Northeastern Illinois University - Beehive Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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On July 28 1971 Northeastern Illinois State Col lege inobtrusively became Northeastern Illinois University-a renaming that occurred incon spicuously in comparison to the other name changes that have taken place during the col leges 102 year history Northeasterns roots date back to 1869 when the Chicago college system began with the Illinois State General As sembly authorization to establish Normal School in the Village of Englewood The initial change took place when Englewood was annexed to Chicago and ownership control and support of Normal School was transferred to the City of Chicago During this period the Chicago Department of Public Instruction offered a six month program the completion of which entitled the students to a teaching certificate tUnlike our present teaching certificate which requires four years of college and a college de- gree the 1890 certificate only entailed six months of work.J A minor alteration in the structure of Normal School took place in 1896 when the Chicago Board of Education became the sole governing body of the school. A more drastic and far reaching change took place in 1938 when Normal School was autho- rized to grant the Bachelor of Education degree as well as the teaching certificate. As part of this change a four year curriculum was intro- duced and graduate study inaugurated. All of these events occurred simultaneously with the school's name becoming Chicago Teachers Col- lege. As increasing demands were made for accessi- ble teaching-training facilities in Chicago, branches of Chicago Teachers College sprouted up in xgaarious locations around the city starting in 194 . These overcrowded conditions led to the 1957 decision to establish a permanent northside campus at Bryn Mawr and St, Louis Avenues. Educators convened and hearings were held to determine the type of college required to meet the needs of the city. ln 1961 this college, Chi- cago TeachersACollege North, began operation at its new location. President Jerome Sachs and lvlrs. Berniece Zim- merman, Associate Dean of Students, were both present during those hectic opening days. They both recall how the school was seemingly swamped in seas of mud due to the unfinished landscape, and relate how construction work blocked the passageways in many of the cor- ridors. According to Dr. Charles Moran, former college vice-president and professor of mathematics, he and fellow faculty members moved into the present Administration building on August 1, 1961, with the students following in September. Dr. lvloran recalls "when the building was first occupied a decade ago, there was little differ- ence in the appearance of the main building be- tween now and then. There were no annexes or portables, however, and no glass had been in- stalled in the windows of the Beehive, causing rain to come in the building and forcing the deans and faculty to maintain their offices in the A-wing carrellsf' During CTCN's first trimester, the one thousand- member student body consisted almost entirely of residents from Chicago's northwest side. As time passed, a more heterogeneous group of students began to attend. Soon students were forning from all sections of the city and suburbs ' well as from foreign countries. At ttf outset only an elementary education rurrirulurn Nas offerrd but as the needs for srrondary edur ation and liberal arts curriculums inr ff asfd the f two areas also became a part of thf rollf gf program Trarisff rring from thc southside Foreman and t dfnts n tt f t raduating class received thrir rlfgrf in lxflay 1 196 IA mf of llif presf nt professors and administra for h iff bf f ri part of thr college since its open 1 fl f A roup of professors including Drs C oldbfrp Sr ijrf and Walker Came here from lfl iff iir Junior Collrg Dr Sachs held the title of Ar adfrriir Dran and taught three classes ' 1 ,i ' ,UW ' .wi ,Y , 1' xwyrf . I , 1 i 'if afgtfga 4 E 341 " , 2 ",f3?"ff:f VA .. A ' 1 , . ,, ' -1+-if f if f it . t ,, Y' fy iviqpgffzf Q Q . . fi ' .,!,i.5-5 E. J J ,Q A .., f ,--- V ., "ff 7 .f-'ff , My . x. f u "ww 4, 1 . f ,y K . THQ, by-rid? Qdwi1tQiii1n..uF itm Hilti mf Elilitaqng I f KQQWXMJ aff! f-ff5fgA?,aA1Z" ffxgmaiaaft - ff ff WM! Jffffifo Jiri!! 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' ' li , L J, . , THE T PAST THRUUGH THE LDOKING GLASS History and Northeastern Illinois University Yearbooks we -'I 4 4 1 4 I I .. K 'I Q in 4 X i J Y J. when Chicago Teachers College North began in 1961. On July 16, 1965, ownership and control of Chicago Teachers College was transferred to the Board of Governors of State Col- leges and Universities. The CTC campuses were at this point renamed Illinois Teachers College, Chicago North and Chicago South. When the State took over in 1965, an upheaval occurred among the college's faculty and staff. College teachers with both Chicago Board of Education certificates and Illinois State certificates could continue teaching at Illinois Teachers College North or return to work with the Chicago Board of Education. The college shifted from being a city college to a state college with much confusion and difficulty. Neither the state nor the city would claim responsibility for the college during this interim period. Dr. Sachs was in Africa and the Board of Education gave Dr. Goldberg the keys and told him to "open the school and start the boilers." 1869 Establishment of Normal School in the village of Englewood 1891 Transference of ownership of Normal School to the City of Chicago. 1896 Control of school under sole supervision of Chicago Board of Education. 1899 Offering of two year teaching program by Cook County Normal I School. 1938 Establishment of Chicago Teachers College with its four year teaching program. 1961 Opening of Chicago Teachers College North. 1965 Changeover to Illinois Teachers College Chicago North. 1967 Name change to Northeastern Illinois State College 1971 NORTI-IEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY -UNI President Sachs describes his absence during this period: The executive office of the Board of Governors told me not to cancel my work in Africa. I was with an international writ- ing team preparing math texts for African schools. A tele- gram arrived while I was on a stopover in Africa. It read, 'the umbilical cord has been cut,' and was signed 'Bob Goldberg'." With the Board of Education having decided that its responsibility was over and the state not being ready to accept its obligations to the college, the institution was in a state of limbo. During this time Dr. Goldberg commented, "The ,college belongs to me, not to the state, not to the city, but to me." Eventually. these difficulties were smoothed over and Jerome lvl. Sachs o ficially assumed the title of "President" This change was made in March of 1966. A more substantial name change took place in 1967. On July lst i F of that year, Illinois Teachers College Chicago North became Northeastern Illinois State College. Dr. Sachs clarified the full import of this name change: Up to this point many people treated this school like a junior college. With the name change, enroll- ment increased: 500 more students registered that year than had been anticipated. The college was well committed to the idea of ex- perimentation. In 1967 it became apparent that we would maintain an experimental program. This does not mean that the whole school has to be experi- mental, however. The traditional structure can function embodying the experimental division. RIGHT: The gym under construction -in the early l96Ofs LOWER LEFT CORNER: The auditorium being built during this same period. ., faux, D i 'M' -1 '1'-"1 M. 4' --.JS I ,- ' . ,-- R'- -r " - ' ,f f ff '-1 F - :Q K I W y iif .,i, ' 3 ka is Ilia-5 4-I 'iv l S: Tai. . A WY Q -v -A 5235. i , , .. ' lf' J- , lj ,...---' r fs- ,... Yrrilv Y ,f Lmxxl Lv ,IW 7? M ." .l'r ' " 4 N' P4-. X" ' ' -, s- ""'sL-"".':Ef:"'A C' - Q, - g K 11 lv ' N jmtfff- G- 4 'rf' fl' r' . 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' 3 2 , lag, f M , f if y if f X , W 1 f 1, Z 7, ? 475 1 X 1 To Dr. Charles Moran the adoption of the name North- eastern lllinois State College meant that "doors were opened for greater expansion." Dr. Sachs studied the impact of the latest name change: Northeastern Illinois University, and saw the university's' future as follows: We have made a firm urban committment which it would be foolish to ignore. We are committed to an atmosphere in which experimentation and innovation can go on freely. A College of Business, a new experiment here, is predicted within 5 years. There are more experiments in progress here than in any other college in the state which places us in a unique situation. I am concerned that Northeastern Illinois University should experience controlled growth and not become too large. I do not want us to imitate any other institution. We have our own flavor and I want us to develop our own strengths as a first rate teaching institution. North- eastern Illinois University has 8,000 students now, 12,000 is its ultimate goal." This is the year Northeastern became a University. In our short ten years on this campus, we have had four names and a rapidly expanding set of goals and pro- grams to meet them. We are now a multi-purpose insti- tution offering a wide range of majors. In the progress towards becoming a university everything seemed to be a variable but looking beneath the surface, we can find some very important constants. We are concerned with providing an atmosphere which gives each student a chance to become an educated person developing all of his potentials, which uses our urban environment as a focus, which encourages experiment and innovation for those who want to leave traditional paths, which provides a sense of community for all of us engaged as students, faculty and staff in the enterprise which has become Northeastern Illinois University. What we have accomplished is, and what we will accomplish will be, the result of efforts of many people. PAGE 15 if ' .Z GRADUATES . V 1 I wifi, ' QIL S,5x4 M M. , 4 '. i'?kgfWL 5, 2 115' 1 X U,1tA'3l?21xf.w 4 W -1---f 'VS F1 .W f i'1.'1U.'E1 v,.1... .. fn, S x,. X . J 1 'M A! A., ' 0 'Y ,-M. 4. :tl :'- vjQ5ug2 'dfnug V , .- , A , ,. ' 1 ' W, J f55?aFii 5' :.:pLl-jig! gl A1 ?:,' 553' iffy? J -'L 1212 15' ' .7?':'ff5fTf,J f EQ?Ejp?gN v ' L' . Khhmvi 1' 4.7-.-14.41 .1 1 .-1235" ' ,pf -w,,.:,-,. r 5.,.u tvrwlv Y- yfilf' . 5,. 31 . f .4 flff'l al -81 I . , Vi .V , Mu 'W K anal' ,"""'w " M ilf ,U af - M.: , 1v5, ,yy! au- Ha,..p I , E N .Ym.w.M,. H 4 Q5 A A 4' , ln... ., Q -Q, an M M-,. - , ' wi , 1 W ws v , Ml, M , ' " W' fav' 'ww' '.""'b'A 'W , M'--H. V V: A , , , ,,4,. 4 M' W my X gy ' .. , W L, V ,Mfr M -""' ww W ,, ,w W Q , If gWf1 I , T.,N9 W, ,H ww i l I - v . LQ' , altlvg 'Q A' ' u , 1 1 W lrhmvq . 4 ,, N " ,. ' - ,, w, 3 J- , fd I ' l .'3:g. 'Q 'W' -A O' 'Nw ' A N ' lf.-a X . ,y.. 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Akellian, Jacob-Chemistry Club, or List, French Club. Alberts, Maryl-Bowling League. PAGE 20 Agresta, Theodore-Computer Sci- Dean's l-lonor List, l-lonors Convo- Chess 84 Checkers Club, Dean's l-lon- 4 4 3 1 !J I I 1 + I X I 'r I ' I 4 I : ll 111 ': ip 1 , fr r 1 ,Q In s I c A 1 P 4 i I 1 f ni 41 I 4 1 llinllsanlw Wx X3 Fill! F009 l ll SINCE R964 "' 41 1 upf' hy' -L I Mg Barkin, Jucly-Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, KLAL. Barnes, Donna- Bauman, James -Creative Filrn Group, Dean's High Honor List, Lecture Series Committee. Becker, Carol -Newman Club, Pep Club. Bedrosian, Linda- Bell, Stella Louise -Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Literature Club. PAGE 22 A 1 94-'V','C f f um xx l l il l -i 1 , , l jill, l li l ii l , l l i 5 x I , I ,la I 4. U x K.: I.. x.1.k,,x, V --- . g A. .M 4. ,,.,, . . X . l3erger,i El len HOOC1 Edwatlvonf Berk, -Nar1cy'+.l ' Bernath, Susah -Alpha Rho CSecretary7', Commencemsnt'5Qorrl- mittee, Dear1's Hoh-or gist,1jl-flilstory Club, Honors Convoc:atioh,,StCKGfGQf' Marshal., V l ., .V is-iuicki, Etneiyn Lois +Physsca'if3Edi1: cation Majors, Physical Health ?C3l'1Jb KSE-cretaryybg - Womerfs Baseball-, Worn-er1's Basket-ball, Worhervsqvolf. Ieyball. I A h - . - f Billmeisr, C' Mary Jo -Associatioh for Childhood Education. i 1 Black, . Sylvia -Qhlssooiation for-'Early Childhood Eduoatiormg M f . 'b i Bock, Judith+Deari's l-ligh Hohor List, Dearvs Honor List, Geography Clulo. E -V ' PAGE23f - Bohacz, Oksana-Russian Club fVice Presiclentb, Ukrainian Club. Boline, Vera -Black Caucus CChairmanJ Black Heritage, Black Women on Cam pus, Bugg House Square CCo-chairmanb Dean's Honor List, Honors Convocation Orchesis. 0 Bougher, Patti-Gymnastics, Pep Club Physical Education Majors CSecretaryD Physical Health Club, Spanish Club, Syn chronauts. Brach, Nancy-Bowling League, Bugg House Square, French Club, Pep Club Physical Health Club, Yougn Americans Por Freedom, Young Republicans. Bracke, Linda - Brankline, Alan L..-Psychology Club CVice-Presiclentl. , PAGE 24 ' ' nh o'o.o's .0 J I ' 1 l Q.0. 0.1-Q ' , NH fn. Breitsameter, Janice-Dean'S Honf or List, Geography Club, V,-. Gefnjian Club KVioe-gpresiclentl. A ' ' ,,-5,jUff,5o-ff., Brennan, cation, Lambcla Sigma AIphaiff'l?ke'S+ iclentb. A , A J- 2-,:jijfAj Brennan., NancyA,.'igASsbcia,righ5f5r. Childhood, Eoluoatiokn, ndent Cornmittea, Dea.n's Bucziek, Lincla -Sba.niA3,h Burja, ' Lincla -ChorAus,QVFoIki C Club' CVice-Ffresidentb, ll.ambd,a'T'1lo.ta Tau. i L J ' l- oarm:3obQasso.,, Eliizahbg-fh'9 , 'PAGE2-,5 b A, l 4 xl tl I 1 i i, I 1 l l I l l l l l l l Cao, Diana - Casas, Delia P. -Graduated with High Honors, Italian Club, North- eastern Print, Spanish Club, Twenty- One Plus. ' Chausow, Anne-Association for Childhood Education. Cirone, Chris- Clare, Nancy-Chorus, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Folk Dance Club, German Club, Honors Convocation, Lambda Sigma Alpha. f W ..,-'rn . Cohn, Sandra -Dean's Honor List. ,l , l H l - -2 l 1 A I . l., I X :lgfi ffl jwll, J r. 1 .5 Q, I i PAGE 26 Will? ' ' l .. . - ""'?4r -I . -.+,:4,'vQ:'7' lf, -P? - ' s ' .fj, 4"-1 vng dw.. 'V ,. 1 AMZ"1"TA 4 l l .- . ' iff- . - - -' mfg r D 9 f iii 'I A. 5 'sA1'i 1 M " .. , -' 4412-U'-t' l i q. H' k. '1' . 7 l in-u-...W ,wwmk na- Czajkowski, Colleen -Alpha Rho Omega CPledge Motherl, Spanish Club. Dallagiacoma, Rosalba-French Club, Spanish Club fTreasurerJ. D'Amore, Dolores-Newman Club CSec- retaryl. Sociology Club, Spanish Club. Dankowski, Bruce-Biology Club, Chem- istry Club, Flying Club, German Club, Golf Team. Daverin, Margaret- Davis, Judy -Student Aide. PAGE 28 Dezynski, James-Dean's Honor List, Spanish Club. DiCicco, Lynn Carol- Diggle, Karen A. -Psi Chi Honor So- ciety KVice-Presidentb, Student Ad- visory Committee, Student Council for Exceptional Children. Dombek, Helen lVl.-Pep Club. Downs, Katherine -Bowling League, Dean's High Honor List, Honors Con- vocation, Linguistics Club. Dragon, Flora-Exchange Student from Puerto Rico, Dean's Honor List, Spanish Club. Dragon, PAGE 2 9 ff I ' 'Linda -7 ,iw 4 .L P- Eaton, f Barbara +Association ' for. fc Childhood Ed'uca,tion,,V Dean's Honor ' Edeien i"EiizabetnLBIack Caucus, 'Q-gsidacckiiiefitags, - L L -Enrmanhfg. Rdif Y F.-oeaws, i-ngii -Honor List, Deanfs Honor List, Polit- : ical Science Club -fSecretary', Trea- . sureri, Studentj Aide. . ' Ersier, Sandy'LDean's' Honor List, c Registration- Aide, Student Aide A CSpeech-SL Fferforming Arts Depart- mentJ.1'. , ' Evans, Can,dace+Band, Black Cau- A- 'cus',.E3lack Heritage. L A ' PAGE 30 E . F ' . ,. 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Franklin, Joan lvl. - Frederick, James L. -Biology Club, Bowl- ing League, Chemistry Club, Chess and Checkers Club, Football Team, German Club, Fhysical Health Club, Psi Chi l-lon- or Society, Sigma Kappa Epsilon. PAGE 32 il 1' 'f A v ll f 2 . N. S li 'E ,l f Freer, Ann -Student Council for Ex- ceptional Children. Friedman, Steven -Psychology Club, Spanish Club. Frye, Daniel P., Jr. - Gaber, Carol-Physical Education Majors, Physical l-lealth Club. Genge, Cliffern-Association for Childhood Education CVice-Presi- dentj, Chorus. Geroulis, Barbara Jeanne -Folk Dance Club, Literature Club, Span- ish Club. PAGE 33 X Z . 'L XX T .sms V . ' , -f f ,:,..gv.g V' 'X -1 ,-. ,ww ' 'W' wg L 25 :f.,j,:ff:V V 2? :gm f'2.::1 1 if 9437 Q . 1 :.:,,...g.., J 3 ll ig, or - . . ' ' Nw: , + . ,, vw fk - 11: QU vxc - . 4,-SV C of y . .- E M , ,L-vw." V ' , v ' W 2 . 4- . , i gmwzx 1 ..... .- -f-' W V A - Vi: " X ga Qt W Q W I 1 .7 ,, Q. f I I 54 .Q if gf . if A' X I .VHVV N M ' f', f,'j :f"e, -A 1 .5 - -V W2':f'.ff 1.1 Y X YV- S' l " lf M si? ,, X V .V . mx, ,mm , HA ,I I -V: wx. Vi ,, , ,. -N V: HN.. f X 11.4 . Wx gy . if u X., , , Z.. S, Glick, Regina -Twenty-One Plus. Goldberg, Dorothy -lnterpreter's Theatre, Stage Players. Golinski, Gregory -Circle of Con- temporary Thought, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor l.ist, Hoh- ors Convocation, Psychology Club CTreasurerD. Gorczyca, Linda - Gordon, Faye- Gore, Patricia -Black Caucus, Black Heritage, Bugg House Square. PAGE 34 N nl' 1. EU Gorg, Robert P.-lnterpreter's Theatre, Speech Association of Northeastern, Speech Department Curriculum Commit- tee, Stage Players CPresidentJ. Grabowski, Kenneth-Polk Dance Club, Psi Chi Honor Society, Psychology Club CTreasurerJ, Square Dance Club, Stage Players, Synchronauts. Grendzinski, Flo -Dean's Honor List, Ex- change Student to University of Puerto Rico, Newman Club, Spanish Club, Span- ish Poetry Contest Winner. Grosser, Barbara -Art Assemblage, Dean's Honor List, Honors Convocation CAcademicJ Student Aide Clfinancial Aids Officeh. Grouzard, Denise -Dean's High Honors List, Dean's Honor List, Honors Convoca- tion,, Lambda Sigma Alpha CVice-Presi- dent . Guca, Annette Marie-Beta Epsilon Phi C'l'reasurerD, Physical Education Majors. PAGE 35 fl melbi VU x KN- A Lf ,K f, 4' ffi' ffl 1 -'P' -r f w I 1 L I l. W I l 74 5 :f '1 I U If. L, I, I I ir, N ', Y v H 1 4 'flu I , 1 1 if I N I 1 Qi ,I ill I P 1 V I I ' 1-'Lf ".. gl if Rays 55 ' , ' R, aff ,-.,., - N 1, . X YQ. A xx Q NX 1 , ,L i:v'b?E"': ' ' A 1 Y 1442312 ""'1 .,. , r' i i' If 1 ' .- S '. " - '4 . . , 1 -' ' 7 f i"' ifxff "7" Y' -oA'v' rllfufl' fff' 1.l4lv' ,' f I V f .'! ,' ,f J f ,ff r I If I , 1 xvj' 1, f 1, '.-' 1 ,' , If 1 , Herman, Joyce-Association for Childhood Education. I-loeksema, Mary L.ou -Association for Childhood Education, Dean's Honor List. Hogan, John I-I. - Hogan, Kathleen E.- Hohec, Lawrence G.--All College Conference English Committee, Dean's Honor L.ist. I Holbach, Marie -Mentors. PAGE' 38 45 0 Horwitz, Phyllis -Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Psi Chi Hon- or Society. Hung, Grace lVl.H.- i lvvashchuk, Maria-History Club, Orchestra, Ukrainian Club. l i Iwata, Jenell- A 3 Jarnes, Carol E.-Association for Childhood Education, Dean's Honor List, Synchronauts. Janus, Joy- Q PAGE 39 A-gif , " ' f , -1 1, E Mu? up A , 4-' ,' M -fix, 'V mf -wgrfn 5. .lsw f.- 'rurvvr' 1,1 4 WWE ' 54:1 '-MH? " . 1f1Qs:w'1f?i' ' J? W M-.L A N ,eww -,J V 1 ,..i:L.,:,-mx My dures. "3Nv4ai.' 231' M7 zfffsiiwf , - 1,4 W ff f ,, E ', 'fu I is W'g l ix url' 'fro 4, o 1 'Q u ICT' Q 'Q .0 5,13 as 'Wo 'I ' I.. O gill.. .1 I ' .0 if' 9 5 0 ""l 0153 'Q " o"4 0 " 1 0' "5 :O S c I 4 1 ff: f K -,,,,,,,.,. f---M. " ' 1' vxi Q Nunn.. fsmxh' mi ,Q . X ' 2 ,, :QNX . 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Lucas, Audrey L-Bovviing Lea Luka, Mary Ann-Newman Spanish Club. i PAGE 47 Hanoi Signia gue. Club, f Mews? W , We - 0, .X 4215 me ' We X ff,-2 Q ffgyq ' X QW, A 4 , f,:,3w,sVq5Higuy? ggiyvqf sm ww f.fr.,,Q' Qfafwws , ' F 1 fx W 5"f,sfQM,xmN4A,, . wwf sfwm Sas gr ' ' ' . f 4 QM . W, ,wfxfm ,' f . Ky Qwfsffw WX, X5 WX XVX .gf it e ,L QQ ,Q .,, ,.QX,W,-si, wwf INN, S if X503 5 is , he Q, :www syzwqf wmsqesa ij, x . -Q KWW M A sei Q W V Q Q11 Q- 4:- WX,Wsyfiw,5 ,Q ww wiki Vf3'Ff'5.5f' X X Q YMQW, sf we SXQX , i l Luperini, Ray -Bowling League, Dean's Honor List, Spanish Club CPublicity Chair- manb, Square Dance Cpresiclentl. Lyons, Florence -Twenty-One Plus. Mack, Marlene -Bowling League. lvlaicke, lvlelaine-Band. lvlalebranche, Mary -Dean's High Honor List, Honors Convocation CAcaclemicJ, Spanish Club. Ivlartello, Debbie - PAGE 48 . 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A'i' A llflj Q. gf . iviegowg Sus +AsS6f5iafig5i+ fQffQmiag l hood liclucatiionhj , 5'"QL":v:.E.E1,llhvijjj Meltzer, Jin - P lvlicatka, Margaret-Dean's High Honor I.ist, Dean's Honor List, Hon- ors Convocation. . Michaelson, L.inda Lee-Linguistics Club, 7 , Middleton, Ronald -Northeastern Print, Physical Education Majors CVice-Presidenth, Physical Health Club, Varsity Baseball. . Mirczuk, Walter T.-Chess and Checker fPresident, Treasurerl, Russian Club CPresidentJ. Nloldavan, Linda -Spanish Club. PAGE 50 4' 6 4 ' 4 .-1 ,md ' f ,wg V, fy, J lf 1 ,-1 ' 1. ,,, p. U I 4 1 1 6 I "1f'lx Q' ' I, 1 Lvl X aa lf l if I 3 l f l l l l l M i , 5 , , ff f wfsm l fx .wc ' f fc' f , I 15,13 1,7 lil KW' 'WK Moll, Snirlann-Physical Education Majors. Moran, Marilyn- Mosak, Mitzi- . Murphy, Sharon M.- Muzzey, Diane -Bowling League Cvice-Presidentb. Myers, Lyle l.-Dean's l-lonor List, Student Aide. V , 1 s- f PAGE 51 WWW 'W 5 ff' O'ReiIIy, Linda- Owen, Phyllis L.-Mentors. Owens, Patricia -Newman Club. Pacini, Deanna -Mentors, Sociology Club. ' . Padula, Christine I.. - Paoletti, Margie-Dean's Honor l.ist, Geography Club. ' PAGE 53 . '1 1 I 1 l uf, ,N P -?14ffkjfQl'.a V f, ,Ui W .E Klr 1 . . .'V',."' , fy 2 . 41 ' .ei Yriv Pa ppalarclo, Joanne -Literature Club, Sociology Club. Pappas, James-Football Club, His- tory ' Club, Honors Convocation, Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club, Psychology Club. Peterica, James -Dean's Honor List, Psychology Club. Peters, Carol --Psychology Club. Pettinger, Constance -BEEHIVE Yearbook CEditor-in-Chief, Co-Editor, Staff Memberb, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Honors Convocation CAcademic and Leader- shipj, Pollution Workshop, Student Aide CGraduate' College, Political Science-Economic Departmentl. Potaniec, Linda -Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List. PAGE 54 Poulos, Debra -Deans Honor List, French Club. Powers, Patricia-Student Council for Exceptional Children. Price, Louise -Chorus, Commence- ment Committee, Linguistics Club. Proszowski, Phyllis J.-Anthropos, Dean's Honor List, Geography Club CPresident, Vice-Presidentl, Pep Club CVice-Presidenth. Ressman, Laura B.-Association for Childhood Education, Dean's l-ligh l-lonor List, Dean's l-lonor List. Reznik, Edith -French Club. PAGE 55 l Riohterg, Ginger-4Ci,rcle of Contem- porary Thought, Literature' Club, Psychology Club, ' V ' Riegler,'Patricia - Rfi,to,p,Jan+Psi chi Honor society, Student .'Council fora Exceptional Children CCO-Founder, Presidentl. Rontal, Benjarnin-Dean's Honor List. C ' V Rosenbaum, Pepi-Dean's Honor List, KLAL, - Rosenberg, Arlene-Dean's l-lonor List, KLAL, Mentors, Pep Club. 4 PAGE 56 L fi 1 ! ,U .,x,, .,,, A ,.,., W. 1 mf .u .. e- 1.,. ,,::vm.:w.Lg1n-WL, , nm-.V V -X 1,14,,e.nwnvQ,yw25gwg:.5 ,E-,f2ar1 . ,x,,J. Mfr'-' 1 , -x,- mf-1 yy X - NM.. . 4 .. .-,1,,: ,.,, 4 U. 1,31 ,,1 .L .. L1 .f 1.' L. E., -. H X V ,. , I ,wxggail 1, W1 1,,W,.f.M,.. 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De Nlarsvlfmall ' ' ' PAGE 57 ' V T, x Santore, Margaret-Psi Chi Honor Society. Sargis, F-Zena-Dean's High Honor l.ist, Dean's Honor I..ist, Honors Convocation. Schneider, Kathy -Bowling League fSecretaryJ,' Chorus, Folk Dance Club, Physical Education Majors, Ehygical Health Club, Square Dance u . Schneider, Margaret-German Club CSecretaryJ. Schioniger, Karen -Folk Dance Club, Gymnastics, Orchesis, Physical Edu- cation Majors, Physical Health Club, Square Dance Club. Schultz, Susan -Alpha Rho Omega, lnterpreter's Theatre, Square Dance Club. V A PAGE 58 2 ip, fl 'W i 6' 1 i Schwab, Carole- I C g by . S Shaffer, Myra -Associationif fifor Childhood Education. 7 1 Shear, Anethel-Association dentj, Dean's Honor I-ist. . Short, Tim-Dean's Honor Northeastern Print, Spanish ?Club CPresidentJ. b ' ,-e, Silvon, Therese -Intramurals CBas-' ketball, Volleyballj, Mathematics Club. A Skaleski, Gary -Creative Film Group, Dean's High l-lonor List, Lec- ture Series Group, Parapsychology Club, Psi Chi Honor Society. PAGE 59 - 1 "l10M9p. ,rl whi- chiidhooci Education qvace-Piesr Skiera, l.ois E.-Band CBrass Choir, Ensembleb, Gymnastics CSecretaryJ, Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club, Spanish Club, VVomen's Varsity Athletics. Slapinski, Jonell lvl. - Smith, Marjorie lVl.-Lambda Sigma Alpha, Newman Club. Sojka, Susan -Association for Child- hood Education. Sotonoff, Morris-Biology Club, Chemistry Club iPresident, Vice- Presidentb, Earth Science Club CPres- ident, Vice-Presidentl, Folk Dance Club, Geography Club lPresidentJ, KLAL, Photography Club, Square Dance Club, Representative to Sci- ence Building Committee. Sparks, George S. - PAGE 60 X W . fx fp 1 fi g. ,5 . Springmeyer, David C.- Stalrnah, Linda- Stasica, Margaret E, -Psi Chi Honor Society, Psychology Club. J ' Staubitz, Diane -Core-P CPresident, Stein, Marshall-Dean's High Honor l.ist, .Dean's Honor ,l.ist, History Club, Psi Chi Honor Society, Psy- chology Club. I A i . .3 A Stella, Charles Jr. -Ge,ographylCl1ub', Intramural Sports. PAGE 61 l ,. l 1 , , . X. N 5 Vice-Presidentl. i y . l wi l l l Sternard, Linda Marie -Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Span- ish Club. Stolle, Ronald H.-Circle of Con- temporary Thought, Tau Kappa Ep- silon CHypohletes, Social Chairrnan, Chaplainl, Young Republicans CTrea- surerj. Struc, lhor l.-- Sufrin, Deborah- Suhajda, Vince -Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List. Sullivan, Maureen -Linguistics Club, Newman Club. 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Baumgartner, Arthur Donald -Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship, Stu- dent Fees 84 Allocations Committee, Student Senate. Baumgaprtner, Mary T. -lnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Newman Clulo, Student Council for Exceptional Children. A . Beard, Sandra Lavern -Black Cau- cus, Black Heritage. Bernard, Giovanna A. -French Club. Boza, Tina- A PAGE 72 Brill, Randall L.-Beta Epsilon Phi fVice-Presidentl, Parapsychology Club CPresidentJ, Psi Chi Honor So- ciety, Student Education Associ a- tion. V , , C - Brown, Robert L.-Beta Epsilon Phi CPresidentJ, lnterpreter's Theatre CProduction Coordinatorb, Stage Players, 11:45 Television Program CProducer-hostl. A Burkey, Wendell -Stage Players. Byer, Jeffrey- g A f I, N Calcagno, Sandra Ann-Newman Club, Pep Club. r Callahan, Eugene J. -Circle of Conf temporary Thought, Dean's Honor, l.ist, Tau Kappa Epsilon. l PAGE 73 Carrnona, Judy -Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, French Club, KLAL, Mentors. Chalmers, Dennis-KLAL, Political Science Club. Cole, Marilyn -Black Caucus, Black Heritage, CAIN, Sociology Club, Student Council for Exceptional Children. Couch, Carol -Pom Pom Girls, Psy- chology Club. Czadovvski, Edward -Dean's Honor List, History Club, Northeastern Print. Danese, Diane- PAGE 74 , . UL., -, if , f awry x ' li fa' 2 . 5: ,J k X J' 4 I l l , . . . ' l.. ,, ...- 'f-' Davis, Rose Marie-' A Demos, Ted -Bowling League, Forensics Union, History Club, SPAN Awards. ' A DiSandro, Nicholas A.-Linguistics Club CPresidentJ. A A Dobner, James-Baseball, Athletic Board. . A Dreizen, Ruth TKLAL. ' ,E Dryanski, Fred ' JoseQph1+FootbaiI'l Club CNational' Secretaryhg Newrnaln Club,' Physical Education. Majors, Physical Health, Club. Y' ' 'A , . PAGE 75" A lS '?'7 PM 5 f xx' sflwf' 'J:1' f"i! aw gg 3:52 ' r f - -'. 3. '4.-Elf. 'Yi' 'ff f 'i,ww,.A X51 '. l-1-4 .',,'N,.1 Dubyk, Robert lVl. -Computer Sci- ence Club, Russian Club Clffresidentb, Student Aide CCornputer Dept.J. Dukic, Vera- Ehrmann, Kathleen J.-Dean's High Honor List, German Club, Russian Club, Student Aide. Eichhorn, Robert-Bowling League, History Club. Engelhart, Marc -Dean's Honor List, Forensics Union, KLAL. Ezrin, Enid R.-Association for Child- hood Education, Dean's Honor List. RAGE 76 2 1? 6 .,.,Af! 46,-4vf9'ihb , M- 4s..p..,- A NyAf'I?., -qi i . 9 . 4, , . ' nf ' 4-, f .' Hg", . a'!jf"', 4 '-e - .fir 0 v'o'.4"."!"'."4 'Q 4' ."..f oS'i,'0'2 0-'..e? t0'38u'r"',"..-on .gl r , , I ' QQ S 'V Q 'f Q 'fc We .. Gallo, Carmen- Garel, Joyce- Genley, Thomas S. - Gersh, Beryl-Band, Beta Epsilon Phi, Chorus CChamber Singers, Macl- rigal Singersl, Opera Workshop, Sigma Alpha Iota. Gibbs, Cheryl Lea -Faculty CGuada- Iajara Puerto Rico Committeel French Club, Geography Club, Lambda Sigma Alpha, Mentors, Spanish Club CSecretaryJ. Gil, Bulmaro-Fine Arts, French Club, Spanish Club. PAGE 78 W Y www VI? 3 21 iii! HQ? A VGrzeskievvicz, Mary -Chorus. H Gudel, Diane-Anthropos, Dean's r High Honor List. A Gurrieri, Patricia -- A Haik, Neal R+- Hansen, James Michael -Americans V For Our G.l.'s CTreasurerD, German Club, History Club, Philosophy Club CPresidentJ, Young American For l Freedom CPresident, Vice-Presidenth, Young Republicans. Harris, Nan M.-Council for Ex- ' ceptional Children, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, l Registration Aide, Student Aide CSpeech, Performing Artsl. ,t PAGE BO ,L 'Q' A ffl . lr A as lminwj "7J':7 ff' ' fmifii' fffififf. Q, t 'Q L'2-fill' A J . J 'ef .,. , li,:gi.:jQ A ' ' if xr .f 5 f ag ff 4 uf g 'W M W2 f 'af 4',1.',lf,Fgffiff ff 'l 1 flffif im L ,. 111,15 . IM!! :J ,444 " 5 Nr I I Herringer, Pat-Dean's Honor List, Sig- ma Alpha Eta, Stage Players. Herzberg, carol-BEEHIVE Yearbook CStaff lvlemberb, Biology Club CSecretaryJ, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List. Hill, Bennie-Black Caucus CTreasurerJ, Black Heritage CTreasurerD, Commence- ment Committee, Honors Convocation fLeaolersnipD, Student Fees 84 Allocations Committee. Hilstrom, Bruce-Dean's Honor List, Math Tutor. Jackson, Diane-Black Caucus, Black Heritage. PAGE 81 Jetel, James -Varsity Golf Team. John, Warren-Commuter Center Committee, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Ski Club, Tennis Team. Johnsen, Thelma S.-Anthropos, Mentors. Kabak, Myron Jay--Dean's Honor List. Kaminski, Robert R.-Band, Physi- cal Education Majors. Karner, Thomas Matthew-Dean's Honor List. PAGE 82 f.. ,Q iz 4 . ff f , Q , ' , X li I I if , . ,-X ' h T, T 4 it , 5 , 2 ? N X . iawlf' O Q0 yi. Q0 Q0 lf f .- -i ' ' " 14!','Ti-51-'.'1 Kegel, Louise E.-l-listory Club, Photography Club. Konnke, Madeline -Newman Club. Kosiba, Linda -l-listory Club. Kostioh, Linda - Kraus, Peter-Math Tutor, Student Aide. , Krstenansky, Karen A. -Cnorusg, PAGE 83 , Q i '-Q 4 - , " Mm: l MS- 5 - ,M ., ', I , ,2S?txxf,. 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Witt, Linda -cncruc, Political scicncc Club, Young Republicans. 1 Zakin, Joseph R.-Physical Education Majors. I V A' Zukerman, Sherrie Sue- A PAGE 93 Q su- b -N iv14er"55Q4l+v .1 f-is I' Y , .. 1 .. X X W., X 1 H 1 X "9"MMy:. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXQQ ,X.q.,.1 XX XX XXX 1 'XXXXXXXXXXX ,LX-X XX V l M 1 1wiWf' 1 , 1, 1 1,q.f??,w " , , X X X "huXg3H2Sg ,MX XXXX, X.-mmf, X 'Srl .,- 1' XX wg..,XXXXXX NX Pd X "MLW ' Y wh x ' X .L qgfggmm. X . X X X X -.+w,,m,!,,XAXXXXX, X 1 X 1 X Wig: X X XXX X X .WX Mnlykm X X X XX XX' XX ,Q X . 13:1 X.2XXX X X " MX 1 1 X 1 - XX1 11 L XX X-u,XX..f' X ,XX Xgqw X XXXXXXXXXXXX X X lmmdi 1 X ' 1' ,gmt X ,X , 1 XX XX XX X Ina. A 'lub' 1-V' ' 'wwlbygqgm 1 ' U' , X X X ,,X X 1 XX - XX , X XXX1,X . 1 X 1X X X F3"1f1w4f1?fnqgQg,nM X Xmcavmmm. 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GW X x f, W qvfww 'fix-rw ,WM nj 1"'F"E1 Q, Q3 wif 11W 1Ux JUN "1 . . .. , X ,-XJ, . . We W ff 'B Carlini, Loretfa +Dean's, Honor!-List, Mentors .A'A' j. .A QQ ohm, carol Qoelarvg iaqigififiQh6r.LiSE4 Dean's Honor List. , I' ' Consolo, J'oAnin +Deani'4e 1Hi-gh' Hon4 or L.-ist, Peace Council, PSii'C,ni Hon- or society, Psychology CIuQb,V4 Wom- en's Liberation, A A 7- A V ff, 4 Coonda, Dalew .MfQ4lDean'Sg A-1 - List. rvui f ' f 'I if-Q Cooperl, Franoene-R4- ' no 41 V oougnnn, ,oandaice'4A556QiafiQ,fiffor iCn'ildnood Education, Beta' 'EpSilOf1- Phi, , i ' wfff I, IW, ff - f-waerergiii i .wx 'P' Ytjj? ff-I ,GMX 4 I . 1 J, 3 5631 I I 1 '41 6' W H L H 5 W: H ,.., . g-9',.,, 's- 'f ""':'f4BZ'rfe? i. V- C-1 'rw ' 3'HG!'xqc K ur 1 'U r, . k I4 " 'EJ 31' Q41 'vii-L' ul I 1 1.ibQn'Ld"9T.' I "v'.,f' .5 1 l'7-'-17310. M 'I lf! I-. e A ' ' " "Jw, ,x ,tg L. ,gm I , UG an M' V ,, ef 49- f W. V, ar Ny I :fran . V. 'L. ,l'm All I.,-'Ay f. '+f"74f" 'fli if 'Y 3.-4 DiGiorgio, Margaret -Linguistics Club. Durnmler, Barbara- Dupree, Lenore I. Deans I-hgh Honor List, Psi Cni Honor Society. Einhorn, Ins Eisenberg, Adrienne -Art Assemblage. Esposito, Robert R.- PAGE lOl E- , 'll-ogg., A92 Z X ,ff f 3- f K 'THU5' Y kj? Q14 fuss 6 4 3 9 4, ,hx i -is gww wwww 1 - ef, A ri f, - ,f pq Y - - X, X 0 ,AQ W Q ,V Jw? 63 ' "lf Qs 1 f XJ'Z'Q,,f A U K x Qi? "fi ,f A b QT. N x Y ' X Xl .Q Wig, ' X. me x f ,pf . fgwfi f K ,sf-, 'f A I f Friedman, Bettijene+KlsAflQ'f ' 'i .i Gabrulm, Y Martha 4Frencn g Russian- Club. j ,V A v'1 . ' Gallagher, lPlelen1SBlaekifiiCauC5usQ, Black I-leritagei ' A . Gazcla, Jayellynnf-Dean's l-lign Hone or List, Italian'Club, Spani'sl'1'Qlu b,, . Geanon, Helen -4Frencn Club QTreaQ surerb. A ' I 5 , v X Gerson, Eileen-Physical il-lealtn Club. . , g - PAGE 103 Q be . 'ii y x, l A , ww? wiki x W , X ww R, 1 2m , ., , Q 5 ,Q , I L ,, Q i"fTff'iSiX A S' N72 n nf, Mx 1 . X qw Q X s .K . x S .if .EI . , , A nb X 1 me ,ww -If Q M . 'W 3: , 1 1 , N '-M. ' ' ' 1 1 . . ,ity 2 N ffm, 'H S 3 Q .an-J 5.4.4- 'iv uy K. ,f 4 Q 5 xy, ,s , 'iwh f "W 'X my N51 if ,f ' 1 fx' . A 5-Sv 4. Gocek, Christene -Biology Club. Gorman, Dennis -Economics. Green, David -BEEHIVE Yearbook iPho- tographerl, History Club, Mentors, North eastern Print CEditor, Sports editorl. Gross, Edward E. -Alpha Sigma Epsilon Folk Dance Club. Gurt, Rosalie H.-Chamber Orchestra, Chamber Singers, Chorus, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Opera Workshop. Talent Scholarship. Haiduke, Cindee -Beta Epsilon Phi, Para- psychology Club CSecretaryD. PAGE 1 O6 ' . mil Harris, Corinne -Dean's High Honor List. Harrison, Sancli-Physical Educa- tion lVlajors, Physical Health Club. Hansen, Cynthia -Dean's High Hon- or List. Hartnett, Julie Ann-Bugg House Square CPresidentJ, Creative Film Group KSecretary, Treasurerl, His- tory Club, lvlentors, Peace Council, Scuba Club, VVon'1en's Liberation. Helgesen, lVlarjorie-Gerrnan Club, Physical Education Majors, Physical Health Club. I Henry, Carolyn Ann -Stage Players. PAGE 107 Henry, Ethel-Chorus, French Club, 1 1 :45 NISC Television Program. Hernanclez, Frank - Hillarcl, Hebda Beta Epsilon Phi CTrea surerj, Parapsychology Club. Holmquist, Bonnie Art Assemblage, Chorus, Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, Honors Convocation CLeacIer- shipl, Sigma Tau Sigma CPresiclent, Mem- bership Chairman, Historian, Secretaryl. Hovve, Carolyn -Dean s Honor. List. Ivers, Melissa Anne -Dean's Honor List. PAGE 108 .A a 'f' - Num. ff lzen, Lila -Dean's Honor l.ist. Jacobs, Joan-Curriculum Planning Committee for Early Childhood Edu- cation. James, Kenneth VV.-Dean's High Honor l.ist, Dean's Honor List, Folk Dance Club, Interpreter's Theatre, Mentors, Stage Players. Javor, Barbara -Chorus. C Kandl, Virginia -Physical Education Majors. r Kaplan, Carol-Twenty-One Plus. PAGE 1 O9 Qlfencihg Club, Gym naf5tQC3jBhy5i-cali Eduoation Majors Ffhysital CIub,. Synchronouts '?4lLvQorjtyV-Orpe PI us. A k5iQifes'f NiiKIgi5+! ' 1' Kolasiriokif fN,or1foy'fNewman Cfub KSecrQtaryJ,U lu .V , ,I 1 ' 1 ljiomperda, 'Ramona +Dean's Honor l.iStg Psyohology CIubQ Student Council for EXoeptional .CI'1i'Idren. PAGE 1 10 4 I , ,- A , I .1 . ' . 'bf ,'ff4 X 7 V Yu . 1' fyf 4,7 A f may 5 I , N . . . -f, !.,.,,, ,,:!i..,.I . .i . ,, ..,,., . . Kovitcn, Janice -Newman Club! Kowal, I-iarrye M , ' Krall , Shary +ASSOCiafic5n ifeif Childnpod ,EdUcati6n,f' 1-Bevvling League, Chorus,-Dean"S ijl'igI'1,'ifjIonoii List, Dean's 'I-lenor Listj fri' ' f z Kubma, JoanneQ+BQWMng 'League CSec:fetaryD, Dea-n's High Hon,orfL'iiS,t',5 Dean's Honor List. I . jg! 'IQ' ii Kurinieri, Miicnaei-Fqiilk KLAL, Physical. Health- Ciqb, fRiJSf sian'CIub.4 V H ' .V . A Z V Kqsiig eauiiy ieUe+acQviqhg"LeagQe, Dean's 'Hign ii-lQn'Or List, Deanfs' I-ielnf , PAGE111 i i ..f.. -..- LaBarbera, Laura Lee -Association for Childhood Education CRecording Secretaryl, Dean's Honor List. Lachmann, John-Physical 'Educa- tion Ivlajors, Physical Health Club, Varsity Swim Team fCaptainJ. Lattanzi, Mary -Dean's High Honor List, Dean's Honor List, History Club, Honors Convocation, Sociology Club, Student Senate. Levitansky, Dina-Dean's Honor List, History Club, Phi Alpha Theta, Student Aide CBioIogy Departrnentl. Lewandowski, Marion C.-Geogra- phy Club CTreasurer7. Lichter, Ronald B.-Dean's Honor List, Student Aide iAudio-Visual Departmentl. 1 ' PAGE 112 ,:fE7""" Locke, Gail -Chorus, Spanish Clubq l.olis, Helene- ' ' Longeway, Bonnie - , Mahon, Carol -Association for Childhood Education. - P Maraldi, Art -Biology Club. Mathias, Robert-Chess and Checker, Chorus. ' PAGE 1 13 l ..... .-..---- - May, Dorothy -Student Council for Exceptional Children. Mazzei, cavrlye-Association for Childhood Education. McBride, Carol P-Chorus, Stage Players. McDaniel, Monroe-Dean's Honor List. McGraw, Patricia-Biology Club, Student Aide. l McShea, Micheal Bernard- PAGE 1 14 IIA NI I I l v I I 1 i v 5 1 A Mokwa,b Cynthia 4-Dean's Honor List, Folk Danc,e.Club., 1 ' . lvlolitor, Kathleen, f Si. -+As'sociation for I E Childhood Education, Dean's Honortlcist, - - - , lVlo'Iyne,auX, Marion L14-Association for Childhood Education, Curriculum "Planning Committee for Early Child- hood Education, Volunteer Reading Program1CChicago,Public Schoolsl. . P kiAnna-Chorus Chamber 1' - 1 Singers, Literature Club, lvladrigal Singers, Opera ' Workshoph Russian Club, Russian-Tutor, Ukrainian Club. 'lVluchovvicz,w Diane -Choreographer for Band Concert Dance Shows, Folkj.Dance Club CPresident, Cos- tume Designer, Secretaryl, Gymnas- itics, Honors ' Convocation, Miss ,Peace,v Physical ll-lealth Club, Rus- sian Club, Sigma,Tau Sigma, CEditor, Membership Chairman, Secretary, Treasurerl. if ,A Nielsen, Carolyn 4Chorus, I Interpre- ter's Theatre, Stage Players C'l'rea- surerh. P , PAGE 1 16 pw' 0 Nolde, Karen -Spanish Club. O'Brien, Philip J. -Folk Dance Club. Olsen, Mary Ann-Association for Child- hood Education CTreasurerJ. Pappas, Geraldine-Speech Club, 11:45 NISC Television Program CCo-Producerl. Pavel, l.aVerne C.-Earth Science Club, Twenty-One Plus CVice-President, Secre- taryl. J Peran, Margaret-Association for Worn- en Students CPresidentJ, Fine Arts, Span- ish Club CTreasurer7, Student Represen- tative to the Foreign Language Depart- ment. W PAGE 1 1 7 5.1: 4.7 '7 , Q Zig? Alf ,Ar 1 A E 1 fi Q5 F, 1 4 'Z 9 1 . "A Phillips, lrrna Jean -Anthropos, Uptown Cultural Society. Plummer, Lesley -Association for Child- hood Education. Podolsky, Michele- Polishak, Elaine-Folk Dance Club CVice- Presidentb, Orchesis, Physical Education Majors. , Post, Howard -l-listory Club. Pradun, Luba -Dean's I-lonor List, Rus- sian Club CPresidentJ. PAGE 1 18 Q' Q x' 5 Q' l Y X -: . ' fm,f"WM' "" 'WW , ' ' or ,Q . A, ,Q X We ,Tffvf , wp U - vw, 'f A , 1 A W, We 3 'f Egger' XX : fi ff 8 1 ,Mg g, ,.,, , -,www WNW Z it 5 .Y is 1 " Q A X7 f -wi R Q9 ff xy m,S 1 Wf+ ,., Q QW NWS wifi f t w:"f11, Jfsw N f wwf, 5' 'A ' SEQ ' Q x M-Z 7 - ' ESM' his 1 Wm' lj I N , I V. if f , ,, X .Xu 4 , J f 'mf , 2 Q X X I 1. . .xx Ama. af 4 Pusateri, Joseph Paul - Rihohiuso, Aurelia J.-Linguistics Club, Sigma Tau Sigma CVioe-Pres- ideht, Secretaryl. Risberg, Phyllis- Robihsoh, Ahh Lorraine -Black Caucus, Black l-leritage, Coffee l-louse Theatre, Sociology Club CSec- retaryb. Rocleh, Ephraim - Rosen, Norma B. -Twenty-Ohe Plus. PAGE 1 19 X X A Qs X f i ' P Q K X X f N 0 X x 1 1? ITL- .Y l,7,'.- , ,awk ,Wy- I1 , 1. l Rosenblum, Cary - l Posner, George lvl.-French Club, Politi- cal Science Club, Young Dernocrats. Rosset, Leah S.-History Club, History i Honor Society, Phi Alpha Theta, Span- f ish Club, Tvventy-One Plus. E I Salton, Randy -Bowling League, German l Club, Physical Education Majors, Physi- cal Health Club. Salvino, lVlary Lynn-National Education Association. Saul, Bonnie-Chorus, Mentors, Syn- chronauts. PAGE 120 -l I l l l l l l l i 1 l Q5 M l S' 41" EQ fi in F N351 f f ibalwhlil X A .11 l xxki R tb Scarborough, Reginald +l3lack,-Caue cus, Black l-leritage, French iC'l'ub,, German Club, l History jC'lub,'Q. 'Italian Club, Physical l-l-ealthiClulb',i.AF?olitical' Science Club, Sociology Club, Span- ish Club. - A g K , f A Schmitz, lVla.ureen--1 ,I , n .A ' Schneider, Joan LQ-+Frenc.h:'Club, German Club Cpublicity ,Chai'rma,nj,. 1 . Scnwandt,'carol'Q Sherman, Virginia,-4Gerrnan Club. Q, Simone, , Guseile -Historical Society, Phi ,Alpha Theta, Twenty-One, Plus CVice-Presidentl. f , , - - 1 l D PAGE 121, f w ! l E i i 1 , 1 1 1 . Al N 1 W 4 N . , A Tamura, Rosemarie-Cheerleaders CCaptainJ, Gymnastics, Mentors. Taub, Ester-History Club, KLAI.. Temple, Karen- Tornabene, Marietta A.--Women's Liberation. Valente, Michael E.-Art Assem- blage, Russian Club CPresidentJ, Sociology Club. Velissaris, Chris-Beta Epsilon Phi President, Vice-Presiclentl, Litera- ture AClub, Parapsychology Club Nice-Presidentl. PAGE 1 24 X. x 'vi Q J i 9, 2. 1 7 9 it 7-:Y -. ,My .fy X ff ,W Q 52 . ri X W , .- 4, My , WNW S fi , , H, ' ' i Verre, -Mario-eCoiT1but erQgf Cpresidentb, ', -ECOl'1C,lT1"iC'S,:"'t -italian? Club, Ivlathematicis Club, I - Ah, Walther, Susan. E. +EngIi'sh jorslClub,French Club'. n. , Weiler, .l.ois Ar1'ne4cry5ruf5,, sic Educators Nation,al'sCbOI'Jferencei CCorresbonding Secretagryjg i4 1 ,IVQ '1 Weinberg, Beverly 4-French' History Club, Twenty-One. Plus. n 'Weisn'1an, -Barbara An-on +Twentyl One Plus. ' . , ' -Q Wen, I.il-l.-- ' ' ' ' Wetzell, Mary I.o-u-Association for Childhood Educa.tion, De-.an's I-lonor List, Newman Club, Soci- ology Club, Spanish Club. C V PAGE 125. ,Wisse, Evelyn-Dean's Honor List, Student Council for Exceptional Children. Wnek, Sandra J.-Gymnastics, Pep Club,Physical Health Club. Wodzinski, Barbara -Association for Childhood Education, Dean's Honor List, ' Young, Charles-Bowling League, Dean's Honor List, Golf Tearn. Zatz, Linda J.+Chorus. ' Zurek, David R.-French Club Mathematics Club. Zuwalski, Diane-Dean's High Hon- or List, Dean's Honor List, Math Tu- tor. PAGE 126 "i "' xi . if XE if p F V ay FWZ H3 A 'fi w V we A ,. 2 iii 5 A i i I 1 ' f i W 4 l 1 Fax fgj ,I xx-2' TTT If if f , , jf 'ff r df fi XD fi! fik ff? Hifi fL+ X ffjqfi ff! N F X X - r1, r I f f -f -71 fx LJ Fi 5 if X - f I 7 L FW x EJ I 1 Al o 1 ' V ,f -o 'I u I 1 'n 12,4 -X '.L. 4 T .X ,- 'J . . .,. - .. -M, ' 5, 4 lv -., xl n A ' "iw ' J 5. I, v'. I 1 X A N of 1- M.. .1 ,'4".'1i. 1'-1 .' ' :fwlwf W . vp Viv A .i ..l . V ,'.. I 'r 1-.1-M , M lv, ' , , W.i'4i-' 5-.ig-ig ti' -"1 ' il I .' x' I 'f . X.. . "A 'fr' ' A .I . , J .A I W.. .l, rl' . I. 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ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION The Northeastern Illinois University Association for Childhood Education is a student branch of the professional organization, Association for Childhood Education International. There are many purposes of this organization. These include working for the education and well-being of children, promoting desirable conditions in the nursery and elementary schools, working to raise the standard of teacher preparation, and helping to bring together all groups concerned with children in the school. The primary reason for the founding of the North- eastern branch was to find out what is happening in the field of education in the United States and around the world. Interesting speakers have appeared at many of the group's meetings including Dr. Baines, from the childhood development program, HEAD START, Mrs. Dorothy Aker from the Masters Degree program for Early Child- hood Education from the Erikson Institute, and Mrs. Joan M. Billeck from the volunteer program at the Indian Center. Also participating in the meetings were Dr. Michael Belica, co-ordinator of the Instructional Media Program at Northeastern, Mrs. Yochim, a Chicago Public School District art supervisor, and Mohammed Tamer, a student teacher from Morocco. During the week of April 1 1-16, 1970, some of the members attended the Association for Childhood Education Institute Study Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Sponsors for the organization are Mrs. Peri Georgiou, and Dr. Leonard Setze. --'uw '-uN"'u:' NORTHEASTERN BAND FRONT ROW Ken Woacak Make L.antz l.anda Evans Glenn Zale Kathy Feacher Jenna Rodgers Norman Keller ROW 2 Greg Sroka Kathy Stewart Barb Furmanek Carol Russell Shelly Cohn Norbert Rozanska Gene R ld T n'a l-lallard l.oas Skaera Make Zucek Candy Glefke Rat Thrash Gay Jantelezao Dorelle Ackermann ana a o ROW 3 lva Dubacz l.anda Steck l.ou Machaels Sue Roberts Chras Glefke Pat Paeschman Wayne Woacak h M John Rraola Russ l-laak Wallaarn McClellan Sally Welch Bob Zaelanska Carol Glefke Frank Fa rer urray h l-l rman Re es Bob Kos Joe Annunzao ROW 4 Ball Gabrael Make Wood Make Sanders Steve Fas er e y Szafalovvacz Al Zvvaersko Del Breckenfeld Joe Wolf Roger Van Dyke ROW 5 Standang Jam Rottman Rach h K th K dl Blaszczyk Marv Koffman Larry Rosenthal Carl Franz Gerry Macela Hovvey Ruban Beryl Gers a y a ec B b Chlebak Dot Sellanger l-larraet l-leanz NOT RICTURED Sue Salverrnan Delores Morrow Suelen l-lelland ar Dale Johnson Mary Helan Cary Hollander Dean Rolando Cheryl Patterson Rance Lurnsden Agnes Kalacanska 161, ggbi The purpose of the Northeastern Illinois University Band is to provide an outlet for those students possessing musical talent and to experience the esthetic value of performing music. In 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. And finally, it provides a source of musical entertainment and enrichment for the students and the community. Dr. Gangware came to Northeastern in 1966 to direct the Northeastern lllinois University Band which, at the time, consisted of about twenty-two members who rehearsed on the stage of the auditorium. The band room was a small room behind the auditorium which served as Dr. Gangware's office, a storage room, practice studio, ensemble room, part-time rehearsal hall, teaching studio, and get-togehter room for the music students and band committees. At present, the band shares with the rest of the music department, a small building with six practice rooms, several offices, studios, a rehearsal hall, an ensemble room and a storage l'OOl'T1. Throughout the year the band participates in several regular events. The most important of these are its semester concerts. At these concerts the band performs a wide variety of music including serious band music, orchestral transcriptions, popular show tunes, and even experimental forms of contemporary music. These popular concerts are scheduled every semester usually every Wednesday evening. ln addition to these concerts a pep band is formed from the large concert band which helps to provide a zesty spirit at our home basketball games The pep band also accompanies the team on one away game during the season The climax of the year is the annual band tour Every year the band goes on tour throughout the midwest These tours help to spread the name of the college to high schools in our neighboring states In addition to all these events the band occasionally performs at special functions such as honors convocations and various community events upon request MW N ,fd .X I 1971 beehive staff UPPER LEFT: Janice Ann Knox -Former Editor. UPPER RIGHT: Sam Kaplan-Senior Photographer. ABOVE: Wendy Jo I-larrnston -Artist and Division Page De- signer. LEFT: Sue Lagro -Assistant Editor. BELOW: Constance K. Pettinger-Editor and Layout De- signer. LOWER LEFT: Chauncey Alexander. la 'F":' 344:- Ev an 'N' 'iff shi' , . :i1,J'. . Jzx . g .., I ff EQ? vg Y395'Z 7?5Z55 ' 2 4 ff W1 Vx -Mmiwuhfli' Organized by the biology majors at Northeastern, the Biology Club wasstarted as a means by which I'f1el'f1beFS 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 1971 speakers from the Garfield Park Conservatory, the Issac Walton League, and the faculty and student body have contributed to the series. ln the warm summer months the Biology Club organizes field trips to the various natural locales within the proximity of the college Among the areas visited were the Warren Woods, the Indiana Sand Dunes, Starved Rock and the Illinois Prairie Path. At the present time the Biology Club is concerning itself with the problems of the environment, population, and pollution, and what the individual student at Northeastern Illinois University can do to help alleviate these i ?l ' . . ll l ii l i problems. BIOLOGY CLUB FRONT ROW: Mary Schick, Frank J. Rubino Cpresidentj, Bonnie Bartels CVice-presidentj, Mike Rivera. ROW 2: Karen Leung, Herbert Bierman. ROW 3: Marlene Wilczynski, Marie Bruno, Grant J. Goodrich, Annie Leung, Meg Crellin, Barbara Butzbach, Michael Davis. ll I fa. f "1 f ii 9 'I 1.9 v .igif FRONT ROW: Candy Williams, Linda lVlichalak, Mike Vassalla, Melanie l-lince CVice-Presidentb, Jerry lvlatayka, Betty Wengerski. ROW 2: Dean Straussberger, Jim Kanik CTreasurerJ, Bob Kajpust, Joe Cortese, Andee Bar- tecki CSecretaryJ. ECOLOGY CLUB Awareness of the increasing environmental problems led to the beginning of the Ecology Club in late 1970. The purpose of the Ecology Club is to inform the college community about and involve it ln, the crises facing ' ' 'd information not only our natural world. Through means of articles and lectures, the club strives to provi e from the somewhat biased ecologist's viewpoint, but from the industries' side as well. Recycling drives and the organization's own planned Earth Wee ' community involvement. k, were two of the activities in which the club worked to enlist Il 5 . EQ: i in 9 Q N i ll FRONT ROW: Lorenzo Clemons, Queenella Miller, Audrey Giles. ROW 2: Laura Allen, Willa Blakey, Eugene Barnes, Doris McCloud, McKinley Johnson, Jacqueline Maxwell, Helen Gibbs, Sandra Dickerson. ROW 3: Roosevelt Gordon Jr., Chachana Jones, Lorraine Watts, Reginald Scarborough, Rubbie Thomas, Mona Craw- ford, Gregory Tennin, James Hurd, Denise Johnson, Ann L. Robinson, Claudette Benn, James Kent, Ellen James, Cleophia Neal. ROW 4: Teddy Williams lPresidentJ, Roy Edward Tabb, Helen Gallagher, Micheal Cammon CSpokesmanJ, John Whitehead CSecretaryJ, Bennie Hill CTreasurerJ, Johnny Baker, Mike Williams. BLACK CAUCUS w +gf,w5.:W,.,,,X,g, The Black Caucus is in the deepest sense, the Black 5 Student Government at Northeastern. When the need f arises to act on the behalf of any Black student's ki J ' l interests, members of Black Caucus work together T 3' i to find a way to resolve the situation. Constantly the members of Black Caucus are mindful of their interests, both as Black people and as students striving in today's educational system. ,Bi ffl. 1, 'FRN PAGE 138 ' O' The Black Heritage Club is an organization for Black students whose immediate goal is to expose its mem- bers to their heritage as African people and then to live according to the principle of such people. I addition the club is the medium for communication among Black students and the total student body of Northeastern. Cultural events speakers on topics of interest to Blacks and various kinds of entertainment are also provided by Black Heritage. The Black Heritage Club taps the resources of each of its members in order to create a viable fraternity and a unity that will prepare the members to work within their own situations., whether as students, teachers, brothers, sisters, or friends, in order to build a strong Black Nation. BLACK HERITAGE yw nv Fl 7 1 rw' . fp filh FRONT ROW: Deborah Tyson. ROW 2: Bernadine Canada, Bennie Smith, Katherine Hawkins ROW 3 Dale Hoskin, Rene Daniels, Eugene Crawford Jr., Norman Thomas, L.aVerne Robeson Cpresidentl Lorraine Foster Marcia Gordon. ROW 4: Ilene Bailey, JoAnn Davis, Corinne Anderson, Yvonne Williams Peggy Taft James Jones, Jerry Buckley, Rosalyn Taylor, William Speller CAdvisorJ, Silena C. Outten, Vicki l.. Grant ,,-- 'ig 5-D ,f 1 V4 F if if - Wi... if .. FRONT ROW: Elaine Polishak Cvice-Presidentl, Barbara Butzbach Cpresidentb, Bettye Ehrlich CSponsorJ, Meg Crellin fpublicity Chairmanl, Lori Pientovvski CSecretaryD. ROW 2: Sherry Alpert, Carmen Valverde, Lynnette Howell CCostume Chairmanl, Martin Wasserstrom, Eva Giercuszkiewicz, Lucia K. Dziedzic CCostume Chair- manj. ROW 3: Marlene Wilczynski, Peter Vainikas. FOLK DANCE CLUB The excitement and challenge of learning dances from other countries bring the folk dancers of Northeastern together. Sponsored by Mrs. Bettye Ehrlich, the men and women of the Folk Dance Club meet once a week to practice the many intricate and graceful steps characteristic of each culture. Adding to the unique flavor of each dance are the colorful and authentic costumes that accurately show each country's mode of dress. Demonstrating its skills at performances throughout the year, the Folk Dance Club has danced for the college at dance festivals, at freshman orientation, and for various schools, churches, and senior citizens' clubs. Membership in the Folk Dance Club only requires that a person has interest, enthusiasm, and a willingness to learn. PAGEIAO N The Forensics Unlon which promotes partlclpatlon ln unter collegiate debate actnvntles by Northeastern undergraduates began nts thnrd season of com petltlon dunng the 197O 1971 school year Sponsored by the Department of Speech and Performing Arts the debaters traveled to tournaments throughout the lvlldwest The team went to tournaments hosted and held at the following schools Wlsconsln State Unuverslty Cwhltewaterl Eastern llllnols Unlverslty Unnverslty of Wlsconsln Clvlllwaukeel Bradley Unlverslty Unnverslty of llllnols CChncago Clrclel Purdue University L.oyola Unlversuty fChlCagOJ Northern llllnous Unnverslty Wayne State Unlverslty and llllnols State Unlversnty Awards were won by Ted Demos and Dennis lvlcSweeney -debate Ted Demos and Roger Hanna --debate Elaine Gertler and Susan l.evun -debate Ted Demos speakers award nn debate Roger Hanna speakers award nn debate Elaine Gertler speakers award ln debate Susan l.evln speakers award In debate Helen l.ebovltz speakers award nn debate Helen L.ebovltz -oratory Lisa Rutter -oratory Elaine Gertler speakers award In debate The members of the Forensics Union for 1970 1971 were Terry Alport Kathy Braun Ted Demos Elaine Gertler l.eslle Gray Roger Hanna Chrlstlne Krupa Helen l.ebovltz Susan l.evln Wally l.lcht Jan lvlarmltt Dennis lVlcSweeney Roger Nash Rnchard Oas l.nsa Rutter Read Sechan l.orl Stefani Roberta Steinway Ed Szydllk and Tom Yagnlsls lVlr Davld Jordan was Director of Forenslcs and Mr Donald Tantlllo was Director of Debate The Forenslcs Unlon ns located In offuce E 20 Membership ln the Forensucs Unnon IS open to students of all majors and no prevlous debate experience us necessary and students are welcome to joan FORENSICS UNION STANDING Tom Yagnlsxs Elalne Gertler Roger Hanna Rnchard Das l.orn Stefan: SEATED Dennls Mc Sweeney Terry lVlcSweeney Ted Demos 'Rf if , , . . 1 if 495' . , 1 M 4 Q4 '?l' 5 ,,i'fww ,Q bi ,..,, v ,z x f ' 1 , , 2 JI-1-. , U, fm f,, 1, , ,uf , f ,f,- ff. 4 A ' 1 .. 'mf .g,,,f-. f 4 A 41, , ,I 1, 'jf ,, , 1 , v I ' . , , 4 f 1 ,N f , My I , - 1 1 ,, ,f , ,fyl ,-, V, , fr,,' I , ,,, ,!, HU, AV, M 1 f ' , ,y , If f 1 3 L, , , 1 I 1 W gflv-,V , 'V' HV . -,N -, '4 , ,if , .fw'2,7,'f,wf 2,, ' , ,f MT f ' V HM, 1 "W "X " f ' ,HPI-fm ,:., 1,1 , , f .1 f f I -A . , I ', f' ' ' "W ,ff ' ' f "1-Aff 1 LYM ' " ,f ff ,f, , .,.1,,n' 'ff 1 A V ',- ., 4 1 , , ,, 1 , fl f , I .Ve , , fl , ', 'N 3 I , 5, V. fv u.,,mf.- ,'w",. NM- V " L, D , .-...w -, 5--. you FRONT ROW: Mr. Robert Easton CSponsorJ, Mrs. Barbara Winston, Carol Hall, JoAnne Dorsen, Celeste Sarna, Chuck Stella. ROW 2: John Portenlanger, Marion L.evvandowski, Judy Bock, Stan Savva, Sue Zoltek, Chris Eirich, Karen Coyne. ROW 3: Kathy Meyer, Jan Breitsameter, Phyllis Rroszovvski, Mandel Pelz. NOT PIC- TURED: Lee Nlishkin. GEOGRAPHY CLUB Northeastern's Geography Club was organized- with the idea of helping interested students learn about the physical and cultural environment around them. In the past the club has sponsored field trips to areas of physical and cultural interest, such as Devil's l.ake in Wisconsin and an Amish community in Indiana. The club also has presented films and speakers on interest- ing topics. The club's most popular activity is the monthly dinner at a restaurant specializing in a specific nation's cuisine. Some of the past dinners included the sampling of food from Mexico, the British Isles, Japan, ltaly, and from the colonial period of America. Not exclusively for Geography majors, the Geography Club is open to anyone interested in the world around him. PAGE 143 fx German Club is a unique organization on Northeastern's Campus. Its purpose is to promote educational, cultural, and social activities which provide opportunities for students to increase their efficiency in the Ger- man language and their understanding of the German culture. During the past year, the club has focused its attention mainly on the cultural and social aspects of the Ger- man people. Some of the activities included a discussion on the German Educational System, an Oktoberfest, a Liederfest, and a Weihnachtsfest. The club is open to all students, who are genuinely interested in German culture. GERMAN CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: Joan Schneider lpublicity Co-chairmanl, Carol Andersen CVice-President, Treasurerj, Virginia Sherman, Claudia Svvitaj, Merle Liloerman, l.ee lvlishkin, Anna Glier, Nannette Coleman CCo-sponsorl, Alfhild Olson CCo-sponsorj, Michael lvlolick Clffresidentb. 5 l .3 ill? ss' Q . 'T A 251 f Z 4 N. l TTT fm- A., lr 3 The 1971 Linguistics C-lub is a rather young club, but an Kp ever-growln one, with its members tightly knit in a com- E X 7 'immeif yr'-fi 'j , 4513, I za' .. mf-4 'J-.2 Xfwy 4, of 5 'ff' ,X ,"2iMJa'r , v. -1-'xy 'wa SEATED: Nan Haas, Karen Rosenkranz, Cheryl Meres CVice-Fresidentl, Dr. Audrey Reynolds CSponsorJ, Lynda lmmergluck, Diane Smietana CSecretaryJ, Effie Mihopoulos. STANDING: John Barnitz CRresidentJ. LINGUISTICS CLUB The Linguistics Club of Northeastern Illinois University has 'been in operation for only about three years. Open to all students interested in languages and the field of linguistics, the club is dedicated to the study of the structure of human language which is quite often taken for granted. The club has provided a-forum where students may discuss and investigate aspects of linguistics, especially in its relation to other fields such as literature, psychology, anthropology, and English teaching. In 1971, the club experiences a most successful year. In December of 197Q, two club members, Linda lm- mergluck and John Barnitz, flew to Washington, D..C. to attend the forty-fifth annual meeting of the LIN- GUISTIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA. This widened their awareness of current trends in linguistics, and they, in turn, shared their experience with the rest of the club. During the winter trimester of 1971, the club sponsored a lecture series on various aspects of language. ln- cluded in the series were: , , ' , I Mr. Edward Maxwell who presented two lectures on the dynamics of lexlcology and semantics. The titles of the two-part presentation were. "Why a Rose by any other Name lsn't One," and "You May Fersuade Me Not To, But You Can't Dissuade Me To!" Mr. Eugene Grace presented la lecture on the development of syntax in the Romance languages, which was entitled: "Why We Say Viva Fulbright instead of Fulbright Viva." The climax of the winter lecture series was a guest lecture by Dr. William Labov, renowned sociolinguist and authority on Black English from the University of Pennsylvania. l-le presented "Who l-las Verbal Skills: A Study in Black and White." The final guest lecturer of the Winter Trimester was Dr. John P. Maher. l-lis talk, entitled "Greek petros 'stone' - German Feder 'spring' - English feather" was a comparative-historical study of lexicalization. The Linguistics Club presented another guest lecturer on June 10, 1971. The Club invited Dr. Rae Moses, Assis- tant Professor of Linguistics at Northwestern University, to speak. Her lecture, entitled "First and Second Lan- guage Learning: Same or Different'?", was a comparison of a childs acquisition of his native language to that of an adult trying to learn a foreign language. The Linguistics Club is very much concerned with closing the communication gap between the faculty and students. " "' In pursuit of this endeavor, a student representative from the club attends the faculty department meetings, ex- pressing the students' views on such issues as curriculum. at the end of every trimester, the club runs a fac- evaluatlon survey which enables the students to eval- ar performance so that ,instructors may receive e criticism and suggestions. mon bond o cultural interest -language. nm 1 Q1 3 Q 5 ,S ,. . , - aa E4 5 1 '1 8 Q 4 4 ' ' Q X 3 A ak . , . 1 if x L., A V x 4 X, A -fe' Q , f . :IA 'Ti f :B Q5 , 1 A ? 1 : A: ,- EQ g' ' D 9 .5 .Imp pil, , Q' s 4 I 4 ' A , Qlg ivy ,Q ffq 5 ,Q Q we ' 5 , xxx' ' 4 ' 1, 'I U .f fits ir ,A "2 ni igfgx 1 4 ' 'X , f ' ., AA X X Q ,Lu 'flu Q' PM " Hausa. 9. Q Y si-wrfiim . M f. ,ggfx . if .wig W 5- elf 5, PO-POREE PLAYERS The Po-Poree Players, the touring company of lnter- preter's Theatre, has been visiting schools in the area. They have performed portions of Othello, and Feiffer Cartoons and Thurber Fables. More recently the group has put on the Rod Serling short story, The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street. Roosevelt, Amundsen, Good Council, and Niles West were among the high schools where this last script was enacted. Produced by lnterpreter's Theatre, The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street was directed by Kathleen Saferstein, graduate assistant and assistant- sponsor of lnterpreter's Theatre. Another of the achievements of lnterpreter's Theatre was the praise received by the group as a result of its performances at the lnterpreter's Festival at Kutz- town University in Pennsylvania. ,..c....,,x fr 2,41 'pf S .NA .J ff... XT-'rf Q' X f M4 l llvl it iv? gl f fi fi Q 1 vfk V Q " I" 5 1 . 7 5 , , , if" 1 .vw f a 4 S Yi 4 ,'. ' 1 1 1 ,i 2' 5 w, ,g - if if H fx rx, ,. 1' , Z 5-.Q Ulu, 31 5 wfg A-,, is Q? ff ? 4 'x f A ,M , we ' ir X , 'Ll 4 3 ny. "' Qi! 0,-1t:4:n,?. ' ,t. Q fs. - wif f 2 ' 'e3"w, " "' di Y Lt, - 'Q '- .Qs ww ,I 4. R ' , fi ', wg sp n H! ' 74. lx -21 M fi - af ' , V. fu 1 A5 'QM f I rf K -xii: 1 ' ' - ny ,V , f . 5' . ' gm 9 : 1 Q A - at 1 l '-'Yagi ,' . , . ld ,gym 1, w--, ' if at 1 f R i 1 X F n Q A J r -' 1 g '1., IT ,, -- W 1 .Il li El -E LN Q! w n li -N 9 ' 7 J ,f.':.'1x- . 'fix .fkwj W ,, ,Ayr ?" WTQQQW5 wbfx wm0ImNK 529952 QSQQHE rv rn Qgfvilsflg CD'Nm Sgmgocgg 214 50 14130 Xml mz QSKTIQ-I EQEEQM QQN3--0 mlomgi r"m5?iJ" 355235 255253 'EW 'Dm C10 2,3 QEQPYU8 'O. 3 -- 5 255953 Pve.gg'3n- QQQKKS 333559 "iK2fD?g 01:-f'1U3.. sw -- P32 9 M2532- 2612.5 :-"4!DfD- V 'Wi 165 53 RIGHT: Shelley Bitt- man CCorresponding Secretaryl, Willie Eng- gelhart CVice-Presi- dentl, Margi Sivin CPresidentJ, Beverly L.ozowsky CRecording Secretaryb. Reactivated in Octo- ber 197O, Klas has providedspeakers,dis- cussion groups, and a year-end Hanukkah party in the Northeast- ern gym during 1971. An Israeli Programs Week sponsored by Klal helped to bring information and ideas to the university. Oth- er events were held at the Max Strauss Jewish Community Center. Another proj- ect sponsored by Klal was the initiation of Kosher sandwiches in the cafeteria in Janu- ary 1971. Through social and cultural programs Klal seeks to awaken and strengthen each mem- ber's personal aware- 'Wil 14' ' '11 ng- ff ,ff ness and identification with Jewish life. """".u-1 ' -.-an-nov' . f OH2mi ODJU f-ff-v4 gg-5-Bgf-rm-wil, 5323gmmm3a22 ff-'D 330,-fmm 'D02'Q5' 'Umm' filmwrs. QQ 3f+fD me Qwmowa I 'HQU55 fvgfgi 9,f?O"'3c3"f-D+"'3 mgjo-043'--010,-f ggbfb-+1 QCDUSQO3' 93R"ZQff wf71'3'D 303 mg-3' jowgifilgfm 412025 Ol 3 jr-1-O -Q, CDO-Q-3m3 O3-+112 ri-C Wm-.tD1Q-'1fD: mloswoxgncminq 330 2.U'f" oU'3'fD gc,-Q-3-31 O Q-mCmUm3N3 U 3... Q. fp j:ONO.q-O Q13 m.0Ug"'mfDQO'3'f?r lllmj-31,.,,O14OZ .hit 3 16 '1O,.,. ?'35'fD5'9-U'5"5'33 9+cncnT'ro?'PrD??f-f Under the guidance of Mrs. Zimmer- man, the Mentors study the proper techniques for effective group lead- ership and participation. During the second summer session, the pro- spective Mentors experiment with various group techniques and through this first-hand experience, readings, and movies, they prepare for their own freshman groups. When the fall trimester begins, the Mentors meet with their freshmen weekly for discussions, advice, and assistance in showing the new North- easterners how our school operates. ln the fall, weekly sessions take place between the Mentors and Mrs. Zimmerman where problems are discussed and solutions suggested. PAGE, 1 52 FRONT ROW: Eden Rosen. ROW 2: Carol Cortina, Bernie Servva, Jeralyn Pagen, Bonnie Saul. ROW 3: Lee Mishkin, Greg Kmiec, Marcia Doonan, Glen Brown, Kathy Moore. NOT PICTURED: Sharon Avant, Allen Axelrod, Sarah Bergman, Loretta Carlini, Gerald Daniel, Elizabeth Edelen, Josef Frauenhoffer, Jane Ganet, Chuck Gelber, Cheryl Gibbs, Adele Goldstein, Joyce I-larju, Corinne Harris, Frank Konrad, Rena Lewis, Renate Marquis, Janet Mayer, Janice Mayer, Paul Mayor, Pam Osucha, Phyllis Owen, Con- stance Pettinger, John Rafferty, Frank Rubion, Carol Russell, Sandy Schaffer, Margaret Schneider, l..ynn Schwander, Margi Sivin, Nancy Stecker, Ursula Uzarowski. 41' x 4" Qfd V. Q 11-'lhhf' fn" 1'5"'i-,.. NT ROW Dick Jonassen Frank Fahrer ROW 2- Alexandra A Praidella Marie lVlcGuckin, Rosalie H. FRO : , . . . , l..ois Anne Weiler, JoAnne Gordon, Kathy Kadlec, Marlene Wilczynski, Mona Crawford, Regina Jackson. l l l i l r . 3 V S Y ref 'B Gurt, Formed in the summer of 1970 M E N C Clvlusic Educators National Conferencel, is for music majors, or ' f d bout, anyone else who will be teaching music IVI E N C was organized to keep music educators in orme a and involved in the latest events in the field of music The members of lVI.E.N.C. attend state and national conventions and occasionally have guest speakers who hold discussions with the club. M E N C. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE i JI' , I I I I 1 xl o a - an 1 - ra. . . 1. , x ,., ,f., I I I i i Q fi! ,rx M., . A +0 ,N 14:- , All, "'57w'.i ff, 'U' ' s wi' ff' Q L' an ft- ',I . ,, PAGE 1 53 I I r,, , ,MT I Q , .L fb ,I ' 1 v Y N y H ,- ,, L.: '- pl. 'mm 3 x., R.: xiff ww S' -if 1535 :MI vb ki Q LEFT TO RIGHT Joyce Kap Evelyn Luelf Helen l.ynn Ross Wendy Zierk l-lelle Remmet Andre Boroff Patricia Kazek CPresidentD Nonverbal communication of thought and ideas is the basic goal of Orchesis. A wide range of feelings and moods are ex- pressed and interpreted exclusive- ly through physical movement. This dance group has come to- gether under the direction of Mrs. Trina Collins for the purpose of not only experimenting with co- ordination of movement and thought as a means of expression, but also to introduce and expose the students at Northeastern to the art of modern and impression- istic dancing. On June 24, 1971, Orchesis per- formed "Dance Et. al" in the UNI auditorium which included a se- ries of dances concerning various ideas. Witchcraft, romance, com- edy, and ecology were a few of the areas to which the presenta- tion related. During the fall 1971 term Orche- sis performed at Northeastern Illinois University again. Any per- sons interested in being a part of the Orchesis dance club should contact Mrs. Trina Collins in the gym annex or the club officers. The club officers are Patricia Kazek lPresidentJ and Melanie Mirek CVice-Presidentl. P JANE GREEN northeastern CONNIE NIC NEELY YI MR. EI.Y LJEBOW BRIAN KILMNICK GENE COREY CELE CONNOLLY Staff members who avoided the Print photographer: Marnie Fournier Linda lmmergluck Mike Kesselmun Barb Sielecki Rosie Rees Roberta Thomas Fred English Nancy Streske Tim Coogan Leslie Mermall Glen Jurmann Frank Konrad Ellen Friedman Ken Davis Jim Martin JACK CI-lAl..L.ElVl SCOTT ROUDEBUSI-I I W N EUGENE BARNES KATHY JONES JIIVI MARTIN , A-K I DEL BRECKENEELD NEAL TARSHIS DAVE GREEN BOB LOGAN This club is open to all Physical Education Majors and any student interested in Physical Education. The pur- pose of Physical Education Majors is to develop as fully as possible the physical, social and mental health of all individuals. The clubs activities include Men and Women Playdays, demonstrations, and lectures. The sponsor of the club is Mr. Raymond Kasper. PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS FRONT ROW: Linda Lease, Kathy Moore, Lynn Ross, Sandi Harrison, Susan Stermer, Caryn Spayer, Carol Lindseth, Mary Beth Ulaneck, Lauren Poster, Nancy Johnson, Rita Laskowski, Cec Boyle. ROW 2: Sue Schroe- der, Gail Weldon, Nancy Boyer, Nettie Lyden, Susan Lagro, Carrie Kasper, Carmen Valverde, Linda Palumbo, Connie Kamberis, Teena Akiyama, Lourdes Ubides, Leo Reily, Milan Mitrovic. ROW 3: Linda Larson, Denise l-leard, Nanette Radtke, Sue Schak, Linda Chaporis, Karen Erlund, Barb Wischnia, Keith Brown, Tom Cotic- chio, Tim Dowling. ROW 4: Marjorie Jennings, Sandra Dickerson, Cynthia Scott, Marge Helegesen, Joe Zakin, Ron Czelakski, Phil Raffaelli, Dan Creeley, Dan Knopoff. ' i f -rdwdlfivn mwvvfv ' ' ' Y H r raw V vi r V NO :imma MUARINC lf. TNI LYM icfwx l l l l l T i L, l 1 fri? i I ' ll V, lil I i ii ill il li .ii ill 1 o I K 7:4 ,L XX 1 ff' ' . ,,i"':f '---2 W l l l i N ,li FRONT ROW: Linda Lease CSecretary7, Gail Weldon fPresidentJ, lvlr. Ziagos CSponsorJ, Caryn . Raffaelli CSecretaryJ, Richard Baffa CVice-Presidenth. ll PHYSICAL HEALTH CLUB The Physical Health Club is open to all students upon entering the college. , lil The Club sponsors Fun-Nights at least once a month. At these Fun-Nights all the gym facilities i - are open and prizes are given away at the end of the evening. Free swim hours are posted every trimester as Physical Health Club swims. Also sponsored by the club are the men and women's ,H intramural program: basketball, football, volleyball, and co-ed sports. fi l i. il l xl , l i, l l li , PAGE 159 l i i l Spayer CVice-Presidentl. ROW 2: Ron Czekalski CPresidentJ, Tom' Coticchio CTreasurerD, Phil I LEFT TO RIGHT: Eden Rosen CPresidentJ, Richard Arons CVice-Presidenth, Isabelle Flemming, David Kreiger, Pat Szymczak CTreasurerJ, Dr. Vic Du- Four Clfaculty Advisorl, Gary Skaleski, Ferne Banford. ' .7 PAOE 160 PSI CHI HONOR SOCIETY Psi-Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology, is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association and a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. The pur- pose of this organization is to ad- vance the science of psychology, and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology. Psi-Chi is open to all declared psy- chology majors and minors who meet the qualifications of membership. PQ Q 1" ,, 'vx Kw- 'fra x f. -,mv .. 1' M l Wg 4 Q! .. X f 1 l 1 S 4, I "H A. The Stage Players provide Northeastern with a variety of theatre entertainment. Included in its projects have been Theatre l.ab fwhich gives student productions an opportunity to be performedl, Children's Productions Cwhich enables children from Chicago area schools to view live performances of some of their favorite storiesl, as well as other major productions of a more sophisticated nature. Growing in the number of their members, in the range of services which they can provide, and in the knowledge and experience they are accumulating, the Stage Players welcome everyone who has an interest in the theatre. STAGE PLAYERS LYING: Debbie Sax, Thom Brandolino, Susan Griffin, Gayle Wapole, Bruce Urso. KNEELING: Jay Dabbs, Sherry Firestein, Carol Kovitz, Carolyn Nielsen CTreasurerD, Chris Banakis. STANDING: Robert Lynch, Cheryl Webber, Marguerite Prokes CVice-President, Secretaryb, Marcy Mark, Randy Baker CPresidentJ, Therese Stubits, Linda Collins. yr , Quan 2881 . '.-J Q- .Q .V V -TM K 145' 146- 'J Y , . X ,J Z74j'1-'.f,'T'3 if 44 l .W-,l,, . vfr ' ,Q-5.15 'vrT'??lD-9 4' ffl? xlib in - 4 -1 ,. .,t .,.,. tif 36526-,,1Q 1 i fiffifvfa Q: vim., 1 -f Y .qui ,,, .1 - W 7 -.QM ' .1 --'V Qrhvifi l 5 ffl, lg 9 aft, if , ,W . e , Q if 2 'A A .4 "ig: A " 'LT-ir . . Q '13f:i'- ., . et ' jj., 'fy '55 , . ...A 'Ir-we ,- i 1, ai A , ,Lf J ri ', 194 5 l 5 1 J. ,, ,, mr MU-" IMPIIIIIAIII III: vault lvlll BU XZ, fjmjmf QQIAQUI Tue Ivy hur ai Hi L V S54 'wk Originating at Northeastern in December, 1969, the Student Council for Exceptional Children is an affiliate of the lllinois and the National SCEC. A professional organization aimed at promoting high professional standards and improving the preparation of people dealing with exceptional children, SCEC has accepted a great challenge. The results of its efforts are evidenced by the progress made towards achieving adequate education for exceptional children. STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN NORTHEASTERN CHAPTER 702 L.EFT TO RIGHT: Kirrill Thompson, Lynne Giovanetti, Eva Ortiz, Princess Thomas, Fred Frederick, Barb Koel- ler, Linda Boquist, Sandy Regula, Ruth lvlorrisett, Sister Grace Schauf, Suzanne Vestuto. ---qi.,-V . h 5 Q, X""'lx-A, ' N Q ly' "01""4-f-oqa,,,,.,-Q . ,- . X' 1. "i""4-MQ.-.-n..4" E' 3 C swi- ., , A M I , I Y - . ix: .,,,,'.' -M' ' 'L ' fr QF'vl4 Ta . . 'dx " u ' ' i LEFT TO RIGHT: John Prezkota, Murray Fisher, Brian Kilmrick, Steve Goldstein, Mike Hionis, Bruce Knud- son, Arnie Sandler, Carol Russell, Linda Lease, Pat Szymczak, Kathy Moore CSecretaryJ, Lynn Ross, Dan Creeley, Phil Raffaelli, Greg Kmiec CVice-Presidentb, Paul Sipiera, James Cunneen. STUDENT GOVERNMENT During the past year, the student government was abandoned be- cause of the disinterest of the students. ln the Winter trimester of 1971, however, the Student Government was reborn. An elec- tion was held resulting in twenty- five new senators and four new officers. The new officers are: George Crowley -President Greg Kmiec -Vice-President Al Lamirand -Treasurer Kathy Moore -Secretary One of the main purposes of this newly elected government is to re- -build the Student Senate so that it will be able to properly represent all the students. For example, the former committees which had been disbanded have been re- formed. A revised Constitution was readied to present to the stu- dent body in the fall. Student rep- resentatives to the Student Fees and Allocations Committee have been appointed and are working on the various budgets presented to them. A Parking Ticket Review Board has been established and is functioning. A Student Faculty Af- fairs Committee has been estab- lished and has developed its policy. These are just three examples of newly functioning committees. The Student Government has been asked by several other student governments in the area to form a council which will meet monthly to discuss various college problems. The Student Government hopes to succeed in all these directions and is working toward fully represent- ing every student to his best ad- vantage, as well as developing a feeling of unity within the student body. LEFT: Chris Eirich, Cliff Wagner, Mark Faltek, John B. Gaughan, George R. Crowley CPresidentJ. PAG E 163 J' Mn. i i l i I i T ,N W i ' E l , N l T i . i- -- Y V . i fo 0 I ' . I L . 5 ,f I . l F A i SEATED: Helen Doyle. STANDING: Betty Ruff, Beverly Weinberg, Gussie Simons, , Letty Margolis, l-lertha Lartz. 1' 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 l i Twenty-One Plus Club was formed to provide an avenue of communication for adult 2 F students. The club offers assistance, information and fellowship to these students. I l l , I U l W Q PAGE 164 The Ukrainian Students Club of Northeastern is organized for the purpose of promoting interest in the Ukrainian cul- ture among the students and faculty, of acquainting peo- ple with the Ukrainian traditions and customs through dis- cussions, exhibits, and films, of encouraging students of Ukrainian descent to pursue a higher education, and of participating in, or supporting the various functions of the college. I I' Maria Chychula CVice-President of the Ukrainian Clubl, and Alexandra Kochman KPresidentJ, discuss the paintings of Alex- andra Kochman. U K R A I N I A N C L U B , X' ff Q f 3 x i, I L1 V2 iyw, Q 5 ,Vg .9 xf hi.-1 im, ,411 . -xv, U1 N1 , r 'lf' K A11 ,i-if SITTING, Left to Right: Sonia Diaz Cvice-Presidentl, Pablo Ramiez, Francisco Barreto, Hilda Bermudez lSec- retafyi, Jose Rodriquez: STANDING: Chuck Torres, Ivan Ruiz, Samuel Flores CChairmanJ, Edwin Claudio, Or- lando Quintana, Marcelino Maldonado CMarshallJ. NOT PICTURED: Laura Candelas, Michael DelValIe CTrea- sureri, Luz Girado, Juan Mendez, Jose Molina, Michael Rios, Edgar Rivera, Yvonne Rodriguez, Hector Rosario, Carlos Serrano. UNION FOR PUERTO RIOAN STUDENTS EXECUTIVE BOARD Samuel Flores President Sonia Diaz Vice-President Hilda Bermudez Secretary Michael Delvalle Treasurer Marcelino Maldonado Marshall VOCAL BOARD Naomi Arce Jannette Montalvo Francisco Barreto Pablo Ramiez Laura Candelas Mille Reyes Edwin Claudio Gilbert DeJesus Gloria Del Valle Luz Girado Raul LaE3oy Ivan Ruiz Oscar Martinez Juan Mendez Jose Molina PAGE 1 66 Michael Rios Jose Rodriguez Lucino Rodriguez Hector Rosario Carlos Serrano Carmen Torres Chuck Torres The Union for Puerto Rican Students was founded in order to promote the appreciation of the Puerto Rican culture, to enhance the understanding of the Puerto Rican people, and to establish common bonds between the Puerto Rican students and the rest of the college community. Through cultural, social, and educational programs, the club works to meet its goal of finding the so lutions to problems facing Puerto Rican students and all students at Northeastern With membership open to all present and past Northeastern students the Union for Puerto Rican students only requires that its members be inter ested in some aspect of Puerto Rican life whether its culture language or problems Fifa'-Y-P nfgfv 51244 NAuQy6g,piaQQ 53 ' Y 2ff!':f"'-TQ x 'NGS A: - 1 l ,N f,, f ...gi W 1 3 -:QQ1':"Fs ' 13' is ,MT 5 Qivf5gffQz,fv X VN, ye' ,C I , , x. , , x ' tk V' 557' iff? ' f 'Exit , W1-G' f f fQ5S2wmMw6xW2p , 'Ui ', JW'-2 , J, 'i ,iyeiarify ,fl ., J ,' f' '.+-5: ' an ,Q "ffm ffl N fg""M"-s42ivd...L,f'iQ?rM, f : ' Y-'- ' 1, , . Q .,j1'1+ wk.. Q1 x W T-- Q wg ka-hfij. -M-,M,,f,, ,fd H. , Q, 3 "f- ' ,f,.:f,f I lk ' I H ,.,ifg,'f1f'2g . Egg 2 .-'AN' fm, U 53,15 . , x ,. , frm ,J ' ff A 23r..,,"-ff' Hx.. F - ,N , A 1 ,. 2 "' Q Xlgf ' tn f 3,5-, QMLNU. I R 5 , i f . -., x I ff? 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'n ' a',.,,' V ' 1734 0 1 r':'1 V' , M ww T 4' R' iff.,-w A we an 1 Q' ' , ' ' ' , ,,.a- 'fa' 4 , ,,,.,1-zwrff' QA-img, , J , ,- ' ,ff if 1 , fxffi, ."f ""35'1f' In '4 "'-in-' EP. ,K 'ww 61. , , wg, Nw' C -v my gy? f fgafyggyg 1- 52 N. 1 .f1f'fg"6i:' ., 5 , ' 1 An exif PICTLJRED ABOVE Cin alphabetical orderlz Bob Benwitz,Gerry Carsello, CTreasurerJ,RiCk COSta, Ted Duber CRecording Secretaryj, Bob Dunn, John Forde CPresidentJ, Rich Giardina, Bob Gruss CCorresponding Secretaryj, Rudy Gutovvski CRledge Mastery, Dave l-lirsch, Jim Holeska, Rich Paradiso, Glen Roberts, Bill Sacheck. NOT PICTLJRED: Bruce Alesi, Larry Brauner, Phil Czernik, Chuck Jenkins, Tony Kosinski, Myron Krajnajik, Don Levin, John Przebota KSergeant-at-armsl, Jack Richardson CSponsorJ, Jay l..aGambina CVice-Presidenth, Cleo- phia Neal CChaplainJ. ALPHA CHI EPSILON The purpose of Alpha Chi Epsilon is to further the interests of the students, the administration, and the sur- rounding community by developing a strong and lasting understanding among these groups. This is accom- plished through service benefitting all people involved. During 1971 Alpha Chi Epsilon had an Easter raffle, the profits from which went to charity, and a number of mixers planned for all the students. In addition to these activities, the fraternity brothers serve as ushers at various school functions. The 1971 officers of Alpha Chi Epsilon are: Henry Forde CPresidentJ, Jay l.aGambina fvice-Presidentl, Gerry Carsello lTreasurer7, Ted Duber fRecording Secretaryl. Bob Gruss CCorresponding Secretaryl, John Przebota Sergeant-at-armsl, Cleophia Neal CChaplainl, and Rudy Gutovvski CPledge lvlasterl. i PAGE 168 Alpha Rho Omega was founded as both a social and a service sorority This years activities have included a Heart Fund collection and earning money to sponsor a Mexican boys education in the United States The sorority sponsors several mixers including an annual mixer for electing the Big Man On Campus. CThe 1971 Big Man On Campus was Jim Dob- nerl. Frequently the profits from the mixers are donated to one of Alpha Rho Omega's charity projects. In addition to these activities, the sisters enjoy many other social events. Hayrides, Christmas caroling, a formal dinner-dance, a Mother-Daughter luncheon, and numerous pajama parties are just a few of the things that make being an ARO sister so enjoyable. FRONT ROW: Louise l.azar, Susan Schultz, Barbara Cacciatore, Connie Fitzgerald, Sue Bernath CSecretary7, Nadeene Novy CPledge Motherh, Clare Billingham CPresidentl, Dr. Angelina Pedroso CSponsorJ, Rose Gillcrist. ROW 2: Gail Grossmann, Diane Gorman, Carolyn Goldstein, Nancy Kalb, Grayce Fuoco. ALPHA RHO OMEGA PICTLJRED BELOW CPledgesJ: Cathie Jacob, Kim Dawson, Donna Martello, Marilyn Penzel, Lynn Greishamer, Sue Kohnke, Lana Mallo, Kathy Serczyk, Renee Maximini. NOT PICTLJRED: Pat Pominaek. IHS ', An: 1 3 ' . it . ' A ' . V 4 , . , 5 it 3 l rf .V 4 Mya, LAMBDA SIGMA ALPHA PICTURED ABOVE .Of,.c...,. Adomitis , fRecording Secretaryj, Linda Boquist CCorrespond- ing Secretaryl, Karen Vaisvilas lvice-Presidentj, Bernie Serwa CPresident7, Diane Kuzma fTreasurerJ. Having received its charter in 1962, Lambda Sigma Alpha is theuoldest sorority on campus and also the largest with fifty active sisters. The chief purpose of the sorority is one of service to the school and com- munity at large. Amon the in-school activities are a Penny Carnival, raffles, a VaIentine's Day Candy Sale and a Winter Form- al at hristmas time. With members whose interests and activities cover a vviderrange the sisters have adopted a Korean boy, and write to him regularly. ln addition, as service to the school, the sisters of LSA usher for concerts, graduations and other school functions. The carving of pumpkins at Halloween and the distributions of candy to hospitalized children at Christmas and Easter are some of the outside activities. Lambda Sigma Alpha held their popular annual Mother-Daughter Luncheon on Sunday, May, 23, 1971 at Belvedere Restaurant. Sponsored by Dr. Elyse Mach, this year's officers were Bernie Serwa CPresidentJ, Karen Vaisvilas CVice-Pres- identh, Phyllis Adomitis CRecording Secretaryl, Linda Boquist CCorresponding Secretaryi, and Diane Kuzma CTreasurerJ. BELOW: FRONT ROW: Valerie Human, Carol Olsen, Nancy Clare, Pat Anderson, Kathy Brennan. ROW 2: Karen Hixon, Linda Pierce, Lynn Bussard, Carmen Valverde, Sharon Glassner. ROW 3: Donna Wlodarek, Maureen Vranek, Donna Prestel, Judy Johansen. ROW 4: Donna l-lough, Maria Zajczenko, Barb Budinger, Claudia Monaco, Sue Lippai. ROW 5: Karen Moberg, Cathy Backes, Janet Budzyn, Mary Walsh, Kathy Moriarty, Linda Cairns, Micki LoPresti, Marlene Mitchell, Linda Ferraro, Judy Bruno. ROW 6: Pam Osucha, Sue McCarthy, Colleen Geraghty, Kathy ldstein, Jean Dallman. NOT PICTLJRED: Sue Boeckl, Eileen Dona- hoe, Janlece Garb, Judy Gondek, Denise Grouzard, Sue Jablonski, Pat Kryzvvicki, Nancy Kuta, Terry Merkel, Marilee Myers, Jean Prosser, Barb Rothgery, Sandie Schaffer, Marcia Shanok, Diane Tluczek. LECDSCD SIGN J:-I'UINb l l l l L F L lf v4 L, l I l l LEFT TO RIGHT Carol Russell CTreasurerD Tatiana Bowman CSergeant at Armsl Mans Demsch Jennlfer Podgers CPresldentJ Agnes Smlth Alexandra Pradella Dorothy March lva Dubucz Kathy Kadlec Not pictured Clalre Burman CVlce presndentb Gall Pusher Beryl Gersh Krlstnne Grove KSecretaryD Mary Helnn CSecretaryJ Laurel Narret Brenda Pastun CChaplaunJ Jacquellne Pyznk Klara Schneuder Marilyn Sweeney Barbara Zucek women IU the fneld of musuc To sung the song of slncerlty and unnversal peace To speak the words that bunld and that bless To study and practlce the goodness of llfe the beauty of art the meanlng of music To strive for the joy of slmplncnty for the noble To falter never In seeklng service wlsdom and understanding To be faithful over a few things To Insten to be stall and know the harmony of wlthln And agaun to practlce THIS IS OUR SYMPHONY PAGE 1 71 J T A l ll l . N : 1 . ' " 1 ' l 1 . - Y I l ! I I 7 SIGMA AL.Pl-lA IOTA -INTERNATIONAL Professional fraternity for L' . ' . . . . llg Y lr 4 f,'s :iw gf SIGMA TAU , SIGMA COFFICERSD FRONT ROW: Donna DiSen0 ', qPresidentJ, Kathy Peacher qVice-presi- dentj, Kathy Stewart fSunshine Chair- K manj, Diane lvluchowicz fTreasurerJ. ROW 2: Bonnie Holmquist fRecording Secre- taryb, Betsy Gearon CCorresponding Sec- retaryj. KPLEDGEESJ FRONT ROW: Chris Campe, Mary Diana. ROW 2: Laura Aiello, Linda Russ, Linda Wilnewic. Northeastern's only school and community service sorority, Sigma Tau Sigma was established when the university was known as Chicago Teachers College. Following their goal of 'culturally and educationally en- riching disadvantaged children through tutoring," the sisters of Sigma Tau Sigma have worked as tutors in hospitals, orphanages, disciplinary homes, and community schools. Because Northeastern is no longer com- pletely a teachers college, many of the sisters are not future teachers. These sisters help plan fund-raising projects, the proceeds from which go to children's charities. l-lalloween Dress-up and candy sale, pizza parties, car washes, and get-togethers with fraternities from other colleges are all included in the fun of Sigma Tau Sigma sisterhood. Famous Flower Power, the beautiful dinner dance to celebrate the sorority's birthday, theatre parties, and Mother-Daughter Luncheons, are all traditional activities. This year's events included a St. Patrick's Day Bake Sale and an Easter raffle,.both of which serve a double purpose: sharing fun and food with fellow students and donating funds to charities. From summer picnics and road rallies to winter ski excursions and caroling parties at Christmas, the Sigma Tau Sigma sisters enjoy a year filled with friendship and fun. BELOW: FRONT ROW: Chris Campe, Laura Aiello, Mary Diana, Maria Vardon. ROW 2: Betsy Gearon, Donna DiSeno, Kathy Peacher, Kathy Stewart, Diane lvluchowicz. ROW 3: Bonnie Holmquist, Linda Wilnewic, Karen Kowalski. 1-,M r . ,lf -ui' .-...M ,NE an, 9 Q OFFICERS 1971-1972 KNEELING, Left to right: Norm Burdick lVice-presidentj, Rick Guyon CPres- identl George Zieman CTreasurerJ. STANDING: TA U KA p p A E p S I L 0 N P12n'3?Sle553kEAeS21e2TaC5'!idAEZlESI2laaif?itfiieiii taryl, Kevin Carney CSociaI Chairmanb, Rich Syverson CChapter Advisorj, Conrad Firjzt Cl-lis- torianj. Not pictured: Ed Ogorek CSergeant-at- Armsb. FRONT ROW: Ricky Gutierrez, Rick Guyon CPresidentJ, Dan Ronan, George Zieman QTrea5UrerJ, ROW 2: Mitch Roman CPledge Masterb, Rich Syverson lChapter Advisory, Joseph Annunzio, Joe Leone, James Pearce, Johm Melendez, Larry Boehm, John Gaertner. ROW 3: Norm Burdick lVice-presidentl, Paul Sipiera, David Lauerman CSecretaryJ, Mark Kenna, Tim Blanchard, Kevin Carney fSocial Chairmanb, Maureen Uranek CChap- ter Sweetheartj Conrad Firjzt CHistorianJ, James Sveyda, Mark Herbert, Dr. Paul Poskozim Clfaculty Advisory, James Soprych CReglonal Advisorh Tom Fitzgerald The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon represent the only national social fraternity on campus Tau Kappa Epsilon with its thirty seven active members helps adapt new male students to college life both scholastlcally and socially Popular with the entire student body are the Tau Kappa Epsilon mixers which occur twice a month and the annual Sweetheart Dance Active in the intramural sports on campus the fraternity also participates within the col lege community in such work as raising money for the Ray Schellong schol arshlp 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 Epsr lon is also their fraternity for the rest of their lives OFFICERS 1970 1971 SEATED Joe Annunzlo fSOCI8l Chairmanj STAND ING James Pearce CPresldentJ Tum Blanchard CVlce presidentb Mark Ken na CTreasurerJ Paul Sipiera fSergeant at Armsh Not pictured Mark Pantek iSecretaryl Paul Hagen lPledge Masteri , n n l , . 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Nw rs ,a ,,,,.,,"3f , ,. 2 5' V1 " N 4 ii: Nix mil lt" W A 9, 6 Jfijwfr I JY' 17494 W ,gi I-A. 1' 731 'I 0 I m W fig: FRONT ROW: Bob Nowinski, John Melend V ez, ito Gentile, Joe Leone, Ed Miller, Tom Rockwell. ROW 2 Marty Oscarson, Wayne lvladura, Frank Tiritilli, Bob Jelen, Gino Pesce, Randy Beyers, Terry Rizzo, Jim Dob A ner, Al Steinman, Al Lamirand, Tom Poulos, Ray Kasper CCoachD, Terry Gober. BASEBALL TEAM The 1971 baseball season was filled with outstanding individual performances. Four players were named to the All Conference Team CBob Nowinski, Ed Miller, Marty Oscarson, Jim Dobneri, while Bob Nowinski and Bob Jelen were selected to the NAIA All District Squad. Although the team did not successfully defend its Chicagoland Conference Championship, many team and individual records were broken. Solid pitching, outstanding hitting, and a sound defense enabled UNI to win 15 games in 1971 against the toughest schedule in the team's short existence. 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Composed of 12 girls and Dr. Edgar Gangware, the sponsor, the Pom- pom Girls work with the Cheerleaders to promote school spirit and cheer the team to victory. For homecoming the girls give a special performance according to the homecoming theme. Requiring enthusiasm and stren- uous practice sessions, the Pom- pom Girls were chosen for their rhythmic skills in dance. Their goal is to make everyone enjoy themselves and join in the fun of the games. z l I 1' 0,' Quik' N x K. 7 . , :ly 'll wg? V1 'I if ouAi. MEET RESULTS Northeastern , , Wright Jr. College Wi Northeastern 'C Niles 5 Northeastern 4 Illinois Institute of Tech. i I Northeastern Great Lakes Northeastern Northeastern LJ of lll. Circle Campus Concordia College Northeastern Care-at Lakes Northeastern Roo sevelt University PACJF' H8 Q Niles ' I l I Northeastern T i i 4 l 4 f 1 or gm 53-,fl -l .30 Ilan Q1- 39 K-4 32 gr .313 119 gal 296 gg 331 N9 E2 32 E92 22' DX' fam fs U21 36 Q9 IZ S? Em JI'- fDQJ ?S E. ff' ffl Q. 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' - 11151 - ' ., ' ff .1 951' N 7:--'ff A 1 ALL .1 L,,Qf ' 'W W' S 'Q :ui 11 ML... ,,,f- A X.-' 8 K Hwy-...,,,, S T R U N G OUT UNI Concert Series The pearls of the Northeastern Illinois University Concert Series were all strung out through the 1970-'71 season. First bead strung was by balladeer Glenn Yarbrough. Entwined were Tom Paxton Carlos Montoya Suzuki Violinists Dave Brubeck Vladimir Ashkenazy Wilderness Road Ned Rock Group Les Ballets Africains Friends of Distinction Linking clasp was Preservation Hall Jazz "All Strung Out" Concert Series it By Marnie Fournier PAGE 195 I A STRING OF BALLADS Glenn Yarbrough A string of ballads strung by Balladeer Glenn Yarbrough in the UNI Con- cert Series included: "l.ove's Been Good to Me," "She," "Joy to the World," and the pearl of the performance, "Baby the Rain Must Fall." Balladeer "I don't suppose Glenn Yarbrough ever kissed a girl, sailed a boat or sang a song he vvasn't a little bit in love With. Maybe that's what makes him different from some of the rest of us . . . for he is unique in his relation- ships vvith people, in his way of living and in his approach to singing." Glenn's singing career started when he was "A bright-eyed choir boy, typically untamed and impish, but with the unspoiled voice of an angel and an almost consuming passion for singing. l-le was delightfully spon- taneous, indifferent to non-essentials, making no pretense and seeking to imitate no one. l-le possesed that all too common facility for being intel- lectually honest and singularly frank." Glenn's singing career vvill end in January 1972. But he vvill remain vitally alive, living a life fevv even dream of-a genuinely rare breed of man who has an honest evaluation of himself that success can never spoil. s. 'A .. Q 1 ,mv W .. ,,? V I 4 -14,13 Eiga-X gf " ' . QM I .lip , .-,351-.l' ' 133 1" l f ,1l 'flf,f jg' l , 624, Q., .'.l sl'!nf7f3?f , " 'A774 I . 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Cant I-lelp but Wonder Where lm Bound Daily News, and F-Zamblln Boy and others were performed for the UNI audience Folk poet Paxton sand More and more wlth every folk song I wnte, I try to record what I see and leave out what I thunk What lm really trying to do IS docu ment the tame, not the attltude of the tlme But the time In cl des a lot of things x 2 x l aan-ng.'N ik PAGE 1 97 N. I 7 l ' ' 1 1 - - . - y N . .l ' ' l ,. l l l l 4 A 'Q l f l I,-4 5 P - 2. I ' I - . . . H , K U x fl? I . ' ' ' " 3 .ff Ili' 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 'gli I e - f - ' ' 11 H I l - ' - I .- t . ' ' 11 u - , ,- 'N- A I - "ff: if I at 1 1 ,H u ' X . 71 as ' 1 11 K W . - . H X EQ- ' I 1 - ., . 1 . . - J? F N:- . I ' ' ' ' ' ". .4 E: W. f . ' it K F. . .,-I U ." ,SEX Y ' I I . l l -'ff' T ills If I i bl I -ff 95 KEEPING CARLOS ON THE STRING i UNl's Concert Series kept guitarist Carlos Montoya on , ghe string iiintilt 8t p.m. dTl2ursdda3g, Jarguaryt .28g Afqtgril p.m., con rac s rings e erre o gui ar s ring vv Q Montoya'5 infinitely varied repertoire filled the audi- 28, torium. Montoya's virtuoso guitar music has vvon him the -I ' ' titles of "most recorded Flamenco artist in history" , and "the living symbol of Flamenco music." The Flamenco vvizardry of Carlos Montoya has evoked hosannahs and oles from audiences the vvorld over. l-le is one of the most widely heard performers in any concert genre. Montoya has brought his Flamenco music to virtually every out- post of the free vvorld, from the US. and Canada to Europe and the Orient, eliciting critical acclaim and audience approbation everywhere. The first Flamenco guitarist ever to dare display his artistry in a solo concert, he has been hailed by aficionados everywhere as one of the truly great masters of our time. Carlos Montoya was born in Madrid. He is, as the Spaniards say, "Gitano por los cuatro costados," or, literally, "Gypsy on all four sides." This directly affects his music and his playing, for to play Flamenco one must have at least some gypsy in his blood. l-lerein lies the difference in approach which distinguishes Flamenco from classical guitar. As Carlos says, "Flamenco must come from the heart." At the age of eight, Carlos started playing. l-le learned first from his mother, "la Tula," who played guitar for her ovvn enjoyment, then from "Pepe el Hands Moved Barberof' a barber in Madrid who also taught the guitar. After one year, Pepe said there was nothing more he could teach his talented pupil, so Carlos left to gain what he could from the great Flamenco guitarists of the time. At fourteen he was playing in the "Cuadros Flamencos," in the heyday of Flamenco singing and dancing, for such fabulous artists as Antonio de Bilbao, Juan el Estampio, l.a Macarrona and l.a Camisona. Montoya's real training came, however, in the school of experience. When the late Antonio Merce -l.a Argentina -came to Madrid looking for a guitarist, she chose Montoya. Thus, he left his native Spain for the first time to tour Europe with her for three years. This was only the beginning of his many concert tours which were to take him all over the world. After performing with Argentina, he went on to play for the great names of the time-La Argentinita, Antonio, Vi- cente Escudero, Carmen Amaya when she was still a child, Teresina and many more. In 1948 Montoya took a step then unheard of for any Flamenco guitarist, who had always worked with a singer or dancer. l-le decided to give a full concert recital of Flamenco guitar music. Since the repertoire of most Flamenco players is limited, such a program had never been presented. lt was a formidable idea, but Carlos Montoya realized it with equally formidable success, going on to give solo recitals both in Europe and throughout the U.S. and Canada. Gaining an ever-growing following, he culminated these appearances with a New York con- cert at Town l-lall, which was so crowded that 75 extra seats had to be placed on the stage to accommodate the overflow at every subsequent New York ap- pearance, as well as at many of his out-of-town engagements. One of the most interesting and important things to realize about these recitals is that Carlos Montoya creates as he goes along. What he plays are all his own arrangements and original compositions based on the Spanish gypsy tradition. This is truly creative playing in the fullest sense of the term. by Heart Fossessing an advanced technique among Flamenco players, Montoya is always an innovator and, for that reason, always a tremendously exciting performer to hear. Although he never plays an arrangement of his without adding something new, he has had many of his pieces published in an effort to capture at least some part of this wonderfully rich art form that heretofore had never culminated a 25 year dream when his "Suite Flamenca," a suite miere with the St. l.ouis Symphony, and has since received raves l-lowever, Carlos Montoya and his music are inseparable, he does "Montoya plays with his head, hands and heart seeming to evoke Flamenco music comes from the Spanish gypsies. Until now there has been no writ- ten music for it. ln the UNI Concert Series, Montoya presented his own arrangements of the old themes and his own compositions in typical gypsy rhythm. There is something bordering on the mysti- cal in Carlos Montoya's approach to the Flamenco guitar. The essence of Flamenco is the improvisation as the artist moves along. lt comes from the heart, from the soul, and indeed, from the Spanish gypsy tradition that spawned Flamenco music it- self. "lf you stop to think about it when you are playing," says Montoya with a smile, "the spirit just disappears." We gypsies are really quite unanalytical, you might even say, un- intellectual. Trying to analyze the music as you play it can only cripple you artistically. You feel something, you make the guitar mirror your feelings. Other than that, one cannot be said to really "learn Flamenco." The affection and emotion Montoya infuses into his music are invariably reflected in the reactions of his audience, and this reaction never fails to make its impact on the gui- tarist. "lt's more than l can describe," he says. "I don't know how to say it -just one man and a guitar out there in front of thou- sands of people." Flamenco is the man's life-his ruling pas- sion. ln Montoya, the musical world has an artist who is truly in love with his work, al- though he insists that music is not his work. "lt is," he states simply, "my life." been written down. ln January of 1966 he for guitar and orchestra, had its world pre- from critics. not perform it-he lives it. the very soul of Spain." ww! I f' fwwmfww , , N- ' ' ' - wx ,,, L i . . tif dw. , q....,.,,.h,N X45 :fy W, ALL STRINGS ATTACHED Suzuki Violinists October 14, 1970 All violin strings were attached when a most delightful surprise came to the UNI auditorium October 14, 1970. The Suzuki violinists came to visit. The Suzukiviolinists' visit was a surprise because the Concert Series is not allowed to book the same per- formers twice. But the demand for the Suzuki Violinists was so great due to their performance here last year, that they graced the UNI stage once again. It was to the delight of all in attendance. Ten Tiny Troopers Through Talent Education, Teacher Shinichi Suzuki's ten tiny violinists on tour from Japan tuned the UNI audience into tonalities from Mozart, Vivaldi and Mendelssohn. This was the sixth transcontinental American tour by the young Suzuki students in which they have captivated their audiences with their fine musicianship, the accuracy of their playing and the beauty of their intonation. The philosophy behind Talent Education, the violinists' program, was explained. The teaching of music, to the very young, is like training someone to speak the mother tongue. At a very early age, children exhibit a re- rnarlfable intellectual achievement. They learn to speak a language -their own -and they do so almost en- tirely by imitation . . . as is the teaching of music through the Suzuki plan. II was asked what will happen to the children when they outgrow Talent Education. The children can go on for musical careers or, at least, they will be able to appreciate music and, through it, the feelings of people of ofhf r rouritries PAGE ZOO ALL KEYED UP Dave Brubeck April 6, 1971 "No one's got one" was the answer. "What's your definition of jazz?" was the question. Dave Brubeck, per- sonification of jazz was speaking. "All right, if that's jazz. What's progressive jazz?" "More progressive than jazz." Progressive Piano lnformality was the tone being set by Dave Brubeck before his concert in the UNI auditorium April 6. The piano might have been all keyed up but Brubeck wasn't. I-le had just risen from the piano where he was warming up while the audience waited outside to fill the house. His informality was stressed when he said, "I hate all labels." I There were no programs at UNI. When the concert began, Brubeck, internationally known jazz pianist and composer, and Saxophonist Gerry Mulligan mentioned that they didn't know exactly what they were going to play. Brubeck hinted at "Some standards and some things C3erry's written." There were three cantatas named by Brubeck: "Truth is Fallen in the Street," "Gates of Justice," and "The Light- ening in the Wilderness." PAGE 20 1 KEYNGTE CONCERT Vladimir Ashkenazy ASHKENAZY DEFECTION March 15, 7971 Prom Krushchev Remembers Cby Nikita Krushchevb Chapter 21 "Defending the Socialist Paradise" "When I was the head of the government, the young pianist Ashkenazy married an Englishwoman who had studied in one of our conservatorles. They had a baby and went to England to visit the wife's parents. Shortly afterwards Gromyko reported to me that our ambassador in London had cabled the following story: Ashkenl azy came to our embassy in London and said that his wife refused to go back to the Soviet Union. I-le lgved her very much and asked our embassy what to do. Now, I should mention that I had heard Ashkenazy play and had personally congratulated him when he won first prize at the Tchaikovsky Competition. l-le's an excellent pianist and I often hear him on the radio. I consulted with my comrades and proposed, "l.et's give Ashkenazy permission to live in England however long he wants. That way he'll always be able to return to the Soviet Union. We really have no alternative. If we in- sist that he leave his wife and re- turn home, he'll refuse. He's not an anti-Soviet, but we could turn him into one if we put him in the posi- tion of having to choose between staying with his wife and obeying his government. I-le would imme- diately fall into the clutches of emigres and other types who would start working on him, beating all sorts of anti-Soviet ideas into his head. We don't want that to hap- pen. What's wrong with him living in London while keeping his Soviet citizenship? He can come back to Moscow anytime to give concerts. After all, he's a musician, and that's a free profession." Everyone agreed, and my sugges- tion was accepted. These days I often listen to the radio. My radio is my constant companion when I go out for walks. I get both information and pleasure from it. I love folk music and folk songs. I also like some contempo- rary music, but l'll confess that a man of my age is more inclined to the things which were part of his youth. Most radio programs are pretty good, but there's a certain amount of trash polluting the air. It always gives me special pleasure when I turn on the radio and hear it announced that Ashkenazy has come to Moscow to give a concert. l'm glad we protected his good name as a great Soviet pianist and saved his family life in the process. Perhaps the time will come when Ashkenazy and his wife will want to come back and settle in Mos- cow for good. Or perhaps they will settle in London. l'm not excluding that possibility. So what. Let them live where they want. I think the time has come to give every Soviet citizen that choice. If he wants to leave our country and live some- where else for a while, all right, we should give him that opportunity. lt's incredible to me that after fifty years of Soviet power, paradise should be kept under lock and key." Vladimir Ashkenazy is not a large man. But in the arms, shoulders and chest he appears uncommonly powerful. Power is not an unusual condition in pianists. But there are powerful pianists who are not de- I ,I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I ll I If I, Ii I Ii le ll I II 'I 'I I I I, I ll I ll Ii ll I I I it, I I I I I , 7 M .nwwvw V ' , mm f M., ff '9- WWW y ' rahifx' 15' pendable musicians. Ashkenazy adds power to his reputation as a dependable pianist. Rower and dependability were evident in Ashkenazy's keynote concert in the UNI auditorium March 15. An- other characteristic recognized was his discipline. The piano performance was an example of discipline of body and discipline of mind. l-lis discipline is the unobtrusive ability to get things into place, without display- ing more of the machinery by which the getting was done, than of the things, or the place in which they are Piano Prodigy Gorky, in the Soviet Union, was where Ashkenazy was born in 1937 and where he began his formal musical studies at the age of six. I-lis parents were pianists and teachers. l-le gave his first public performance at seven years old playing a l-laydn concerto. When he was eight, he entered the Central Music School in Mos- cow where he was under the tutelage of Anaida Sumbatian for ten years. At 17 he took second prize in the Fifth International Chopin Competition in Warsaw. Then Ashkenazy, "Volodya" to his friends, entered the Moscow State Conservatory to work with Lev Oborin. deposited. ln. 1956 the pianist carne suddenly into international prominence when he won the first prize in the Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels, called the "Davis Cup of Music." Judges included Artur Rubenstein, Rob- ert Casadesus and Emil Gilels. ln 1958 Ashkenazy first toured the United States and made a strong impression on the American critics and public. Carnegie l-lall was sold out for his recital. Then followed the First Tchaikowsky Competition in Moscow where Ashkenazy met Thorun CDodiJ Johanns- dottir iTrygvassonJ from Iceland, the youngest foreign pianist to perform there. ln 1960 Dodi returned to Moscow to study under Oborin and she and Ashkenazy were soon married. They make their home in Rey- kjavik, Iceland, and have three children, Vladimir, 9, Nadia, 7 and Dimitri Thor, 2. Adjectives become allusive in describing Ashkenazy. Critics proclaim: "poet of the piano," "world master," and "finest living keyboard artist." In February 1971 Ashkenazy's recital in Carnegie l-lall was adjectived and adverbed "memorable performance" and "titanic interpretation of a titanic piece." Not bad laurels for the 34- year-old halfback of the Moscow Conservatory Soccer Team. ll E i i l .- K 1 L i ll i Q l I '1 PK ir- ' S 1 ' 5 l an .11 ' www in i L ROCK OF AGES Wilderness Road Wilderness Road is a band that refuses to be forced out of Chicago through lack of support or lack of com- munity interest in the arts. Wilderness Road won't leave Chicago because it considers itself to be a Chicago band, and because it relates to the community, not the front office. Wilderness Road is not a group of teen- agers with brand-new electric guitars -eWilderness Road has been on the scene for a vvhile. Religious Rock Among the religious rock Wilderness Road presented during the UNI Concert Series was "God lsn't Dead" and "l-leayily lnto Jesus." Although not religious orientated, other selections were "Rock Garden," "Bounty Mari," "Queasy Rider" and "Long VVinter." Of Vvilrlerness Road Tom and Andy Haban are brothers who started out doing classical and chamber music. Shortly after trading their oboe and bassoon for a bass and drums, they rnet Nate Herman and Warren Lem- ing, of-Sf:r,ond City actors who'd been playing bluegrass and rock together for ten years. The foursome led tri flu: Vlfilolorriess Road. 704 in ,' 'fax' gat? i i 3 . k 3 X 2,2 JA221fii I 1 I l 2 iii if li V. l nw, l l No printed program was possible with a spontaneous performance such as this one by the Preservation l-lall Jazz Band. When these famous pioneers went to work on a pleasant evening in New Orleans they didn't know what the mood of the band or the audience would be, so they didn't know what music they would play. The same was true at the March 17th concert. The music was free, spirited and original, and the order of the tunes was too. The audience at UNI recognized many . . . some were even surprising songs in a new approach that amazed many. The audience just sat back and let the program happen . . . that's how jazz began. Polyphonic Preservation What is New Orleans music -hundreds of thousands of words have been written to describe it -no one has suc- ceeded in that project. lt started with tribal dances from Africa and sophisticated Creole Quadrilles . . . with fu- neral marches and lvlardi Gras Parades . . . with the blues and sunny picnics . . . and all of those things are in jazz. It was originally polyphonic because everyone of these people was so talented that he could play the parts for ensemble sound. The emphasis is still on the ensemble, but each soloist must be heard as each one was at the beginning. The cornet or trumpet has the melody. The clarinet has the counterpoint. The trombone has the harmony. And then all of a sudden it is changed. This is happy music. It is improvised. It is simple and effective. lt doesn't try for erratic effects. lt sings and it laughs and it crys. And so do its listeners. JAZZMEN TEA AND TRUMPETS Preservation Hall Jazz March 17, 1971 2 ' r WA 43 l . .. l l l l l 1 I l i i l ON THEIR TOES Les Ballets Africains November 19 1970 , 1 Les Ballets Africains might have been topless but they certainly weren't toeless November 19, 1970 in the UNI Concert Series. Ensemble Artistique et Cultural De La Republique De Guinee Created twenty-two years ago, Les Ballets Africains has become, with the Independence, the Republic of Guinea's National Ensemble, whose mission is to reveal through-out the world, both the African and Guinean societies' traditional expression of cultural values. As far as we are concerned authenticity is synonymous with reality Since folklore is a gathering of traditions poems songs dances and popular legends of one country it logically reflects this countries way of life Dances thus become necessary they are vital imperious and direct ln this case they are quite meaningful and the ballet which comes from these dances is at this stage of our evolution based uniquely on folklore The artists of Les Ballets Afrlcains are anonymous artists performing in an anonymous troupe within which there are no first or second stars Just as much as the peasant from the plains of the Tinkisso the cattle raiser from the high mountains of the Fonta Dialton the sailor from the Simandou the coffee grower from lvlacenta the soldier the fisherman from the coast the social worker the clerk the housewife or the student the artists of Les Ballets Africains contribute to the national reconstruction the rehabil station of the African personality the emancipation of the African people and to peace and friendship between all people Thesf artists were not initiated in the Paris or Vienna opera Their choreographic initiation originates only from their authentic Afrlf in rducatlon and from their own artistic discoveries The singers know nothing but popular songs of Africa the way they uf ff suny in their distant villages Thr fall of the tam tam the sound of the monostrung guitar of the balafon the cora or the Peulh flute are sufficient to bring no 'falpi 1 to thf ir hr art and to carry them in a whirl of magic rhythms inf foolllyhts and th: tape adaptions They always perform as if they were performing in their own village for the people of thc ir ofvn rnuntrf In this Les Balls ts Africains from the Republic of Guinea travelling ambassadors of the African culture brought fhr msf Ivf to thr high lr vel of their mission presenting to different people throughout the world the virtues and trade tion of 1 nholr rontinr nt whir h was ignored for so long our fl r Ballrt Afrir ann hge not complr tely accomplished its endeavor They can explore the vast cultural and folk re nur' f of Afnffi and rnakc thrm known all ovfr the world Because of that advantage they will always come back with a new rf pc rtoirf a rv N proyrjrri and a morr rypre ssive drive For Africa lives and it has to make its presence felt at the crossroads ll all th rnv 1 ling r IVllIldflf'1l'la of the world V . 4 . . . 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Jazz-Spiked Rock Beat The band struck up the opening bars of their flash hit single, 'Grazin' in the Grass" and they burst out from the Wings to centerstage: l-larry Elston, a funky mod cowboy in amply fringed leather, Floyd Butler, spiffy in his all-vvhite tunic suit, Jessica Cleaves, an exhu- berant kitten with up-turned nose, upflipped hair, i i dazzling in soft, clinging swirls of silver and white, i and tiny trouper, Charlene Gibson. E - i t i They're the Friends of Distinction. And they've been 4 making a distinct and indelible impression on night- 1 1 it . g , club and college concert audiences from Vancouver 5 2 f' Sv 6 I1 3 to Vegas, from Nashville to Beverly l-lills. Three hit 1 , . E i singles C"Grazin' in the Grass," "You've Got lvle Goin' ' gg 'hw Nd i ln Circles," and "Love, Or Let lvle Be Lonely"J and i M, three hit albums i"Grazin' In The Grass," "I-lighly 2 M, 7' ' . Distinct," and "Real Friends"J are part of the reason. "' 'f i Their unique sound -mellow, jazz-spiked, up-beat- , is the main reason. , , But their appeal goes beyond their music and beyond their hits to their onstage impact: an electric explo- s' sion of their highly distinct images. Then the magic recomposition of these separate personalities into the kind of solid, together sound that makes you think they've been singing together from the cradle. And thats the magnetic paradox of the Friends of Distinction. As their name says, they're friends and theyre totally distinct personalities. Distinct? Floyd's the court jester. Jessica's the great dancer. I-larry'-s the ciuiet good-timer. Charlene's the tin! trouper. Looks like their magic combination is propellin1g them to fre h ronquests, bigger success, and a ful illment of their name: to international distinction. PAGE QOH Q i ...A...w,.,., my fx 'IVF AX if ,,,-M' K .K X 'K ,Q M wM,..4i..,,..... X Qi' "" V j X" M- , "Wx X 5 A . Q I , f .,... 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'ii u ltr!! 1, F 1 Q2 A 5 haf W PAGE 219 UPON THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FACULTY AND BY AUTHORITY OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF STATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS STATE COLLEGE HAS f3oNP15RR12D UPON THE IJIEGRIEIE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS WITH Al,1.offTHr1mc,H'rs,urmrms AND Pmv11.12c913s 1sn1.oNG1NG TO I 'rum' mmm: IN wwwms 'I'HI:I4I:fJIf 'rms IDIPLOMA rs czRAN'rr2D THIS 'I4'WI.N'I'Y-l'IIiS'I' IJAY OI: APRIL, 1971, 1 Jgtai fqwo f1fffi1 95? wn uei I'!-'Af 770 APRIL GRADUATION APRIL 21, 1971 A . 5 F W fa P W - V 'V yr if? ' ' A I 'EA' R ? K' -.ff 'Q A. , rw if . fm? ,N :Y -,,. ,L . K 5 f e, A xv 4 A ,, A 1 ,.,, 1 1, 1 Q - LN ' l ",.1, ,VK ll 1 A - ' 'J ,s ' ' ..1,, li fe .IT HM --I- I ,v - K 1 1 L ' and! ,y 1 .,.. . " , ,,,, 'X -P' 'y X ,, ' 1 WAI 4 v A ,,,Q.,:, .w, , t V 4- V I-1,75 Q Ag. W L - 'v v- ,V ..,.. QA A L 1- H, PAGE 22 1 ,Parks je va 'Q 7 7' '1 f, , Q I 'gf G ,iwflal , 1 . . I X 4 Q Wm X ' fl SPAN AWARDS NIGHT May 12, 1971 FRONT ROW: Bob Brown Clnterpreter's Theatre, Televi- sionh, Randy Baker fStage Playersl, Roger l-lanna Clforen- sics Unionb. ROW 2: lVlarcy Mark fStage Rlayersb, Ted Demos flforensics Unionb, Carolyn Nielsen CInterpreter's Theatre, Stage Playersh, Richard Oas Clnterpreter's The- atrel, Elaine Gertler Clforensics Unionl, Nilda Ruiz CStage Playersb, Ed Szyklik Clnterprete-r's Theatre, Departmental Avvardl, Linda Collins KStage Playersj, Wendell Burkey iStage Rlayersl, Chris Banakis CTelevisionJ. ROW 3: I-lelen Lebovitz Clforensics Unionl, Robert Lynch CStage Rlayersl, Cheryl Webber CStage Rlayersl, Dennis lVlcSvveeney CEO- rensics Union, Departmental Avvardb, Susan Levin Clforen- sics Unionb, Linda Goldman CSigma Alpha Eta Avvardi, Ar- lene Jarzab Clnterpreter's Theatrel, Marguerite Rrokes CStage Playersl, lVlari Riesen CStage Playersl, Tom Yagnisis Clforensics Unionb. 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Half JIWV ..'i Mppmumdmvwm 431- A N6 N-2' 150 A D M I N NNILINICIJS 20 X :Wah 35' lwgvu WAGE 236 ,f in it ji- MKS Dr. Vincent F. Malek, Dean of the Graduate College and Professor of Music. Dr. Charles W. Moran, Acting Dean of the Graduate College and Professor of Mathematics. Dr. Frank M. Loos, Acting Asso- ciate Dean of the Graduate Col- lege and Professor of Psychol- ogy. Dr. George E. Geyer, Associate Dean of the Graduate College. Mr. Edward Vokurka, Executive Assistant of the Graduate Col- lege. Dr . William I.. H o w e n s tin e, Vice-President for Student Af- fairs, Dean of Students and Professor of Social Science. Dr. Griff D Pitts, ASSociate Dean of Students and Assistant Professor of Education and Guidance and Counseling. Mrs. BGFFNGCS Z i m rn e r n'1 a n, Dean of Wo- men, Associate Dean of Stu- dents and As- sistant Profes- sor of Education. PAGE 237 V' v"'T?-V 'Qiv!'f:-C 'Mf Wie .- fi ig iinvl 'N -Qfq.x , "L'1"'-xv' A..- 53' rf i Q 'iff' ' Ig, 1, 'J .. 7 ! 1. 'Qi A 1 W ADMISSIONS OFFICE Mr. Raoul R. Haas, Admissions Direc- tor and Associate Professor of Ed- ucation. Mrs Penny Trzcln ski Admissions Office Examiner 'Qi S-tai fu --NM fi? 'W I X , CAMPUS PLANNING Mr. Edward J. Fin- ley, Jr., Campus Planning Drafts- man. Mr. William A. Knack, Campus Planning Coordi- nator. Mr. Melvyn Skvarla, Campus Planning Officer. Mr. Robert Ortinau, Campus Planning Construction Su- perintendent lup- per righth. CIVIL SERVICE PERSONNEL OFFICE Mr Roger Elliott Per- sonnel Officer f Mrs. Ann Lerner, Civil Www Service Personnel Assistant. V5"'W:',W 'Wm COMMUNITY COMNIUTER CENTER RELATIONS: fl'-'A Mrs. ROSS C. Mr. Cliff Harralson N'-'YIM' Director of Com BFBFICIZQI, CO- v muter Center and Assistant Profes sor of Student ordinator of C o m m u n i t y Relations. Services 'f My .lx IW'- ,Mr .4-21-IWQIK EXTENSION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION: LEFT: Mr. Vernon R. Braun, Coordi- nator of Extension and Continuing Education and Assistant Professor of Education. FINANCIAL AID OFFICE. Mrs. Jane E. Beese, Financial Aid Advisor. Mrs. Anne Klein, Financial Aid Advi- sor. Mrs. Shirley Levin, Financial Aid Ad- visor. Miss Kathleen Shea, Financial Aid Advisor. Mr. Ronald Wendell, Director of Fi- nancial Aid and Instructor in Stu- dent Services. PAGE 239 'U ,,,,,,..vu-H 7'1" KQV -'Kr V1-'f 9 Mir' FOOD SERVICES lAboveJ Mrs. Helen A, Straz, Food ministrator. K' 1 1 GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING l'!ifiI P40 CENTER lTopJ Miss Barbara Behrendt, Counselor in Guidance and Counseling and As- sistant Professor of Guidance and Counseling. Mr. Edward James, Supervisor of Proiect Success. Miss Dorothy McCreery, Coordinator of Academic Advisement and As- sistant Professor of Guidance and Counseling. Mr. Walter Bobkievvicz, Counselor in Guidance and Counseling and As- sistant Professor of Guidance and Counseling. Mr. William S-Deller, Coordinator of Educational Assistance Programs and Coordinator of Evening and Saturday Student Services. I QQ" PHYSICAL EDUCATION RECREATION AND HEALTH OFFICE Crightl Mr. Gus Ziagos, Director of Health Recreation, and Physical Edu cation Department and Asso ciate Professor of Physical Edu cation. N HEALTH SERVICES CL.eft7 Miss Marion Et ten Coordinator of Health Services and Instructor in Health Education. f " ' hy.--Iv :We -3- :A- fk fn 1101 3 X ff 4 f f 4 A4 ' 5 is ff INSTRUC- TIONAL MEDIA A fMiddle Rightjz Dr. Michael J. Belica, Co- ordinator of Instructional Media Pro- gram, Assis- tant Director of Learning Services! and A s s o c I a t e Professor of Instructional Media. LEARNING SERVICES qMidcIle Righty: Dr. Charles I-I. Stamps, Di- Age, 'W 'if' ff M INNER CITY STUDIES iAboveI: Dr. Nancy L. Arnez, Director of the Center for Inner City Studies and Profes- sor of Inner City Studies Education. PLACEMENT OFFICE rector of Learning Ser- vices and Professor of Speech. LIBRARY qFar Righty: Miss Jeanne IVI. Aber, As- sistant Direc- tor of the Li- brary. and A s si s t a n t Professor of Library Sci- ence. The Late Mr. S e y m o u r Sch neider, Former Di- rector of the Library and A s s i s t a n t Professor of Library Sci- ence Mrs. Valerie Z. Gallagher, Director of Placement 'and Assistant Professor of Education. Miss Leslie A. Waldrop, Graduate Placement Of- ficer. I X Mmm PUBLIC INFORMA- TION OFFICE Mr- Gerald Cannon, Executive Assistant Director of the Public Information Depart- ment. Mrs. Frances R. Duffie, Administr ti . a ve As- sistant of Informa- tion, Instructor in -Education. Miss Sheila Rotman, Public information Department Execu- tIve.Assistant and Publications Officer. PURCHASING OFFICE Mr. Ray Roth, Purchas- ing Agent. , mini' iff PAGE 2-4 1 FACULTY PAGE 243 nf' 4 9 4 W ,Q ANTHROPOLOGY rs -42 Mr. Norman Britan, Associate Professor of An- thropology. IVIF. James lVlaCIDOf'Ialdi Assistant pI'OfeSSOI' of Anthropology. "IO L' '31 " ART fl 1' Q :iw COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Mr. Frank J Fritzmann, Coordinator of Art Center Assistant Professor of Art. Mrs. Clarice Hallberg, Art Department Chairman Associate Professor of Art. Miss Janice Johnson, Art Faculty Assistant. Mrs. Laverne Ornelas, Assistant Professor of Art. Mrs. Rosa Dooley, Part-time Art Instructor. Mr. Alexander Phillips, Art Equipment Technician V AGE 244 V X Q X ,.... ....7.... I I' 5, 4,QfCg1.-Q-1, ,f f , . ,f f , f ' ,,f."g,ff' 1 . ff. W i V A ' 9 ' Y I. 1 f 51 , . I x ' 'Q egx ng 4151 s 1 BIOLOGY lCo My id?" nhnuedy AF" N.A,,,,zf Dr Wilma l-l Lehmann Associate Profes sor of Biological Science Dr. Jules, Lerner, Associate Professor of Biological Science. Dr. Edward F. l.utscl'i, Associate Profes- sor of Biological Science. Miss Susan Rose, Assistant Professor of Biological Science. COMPUTER STUDIES IVI r. Sanford Olsnan, As- sistant Director of Ac- ademic Computers Ser- vices, Instructor in Computer Services. Dr. Floyd J. Wiercinski, Professor of Bi- ological Science. PAGE 246 K R.. v ENGLISH W, Dr. Earl John Clark, Professor of En- glish. 3-Qs Dr. Ahmed Fareed, Director of the Reading Program, Associate Profes- T' sor of Reading. lVlr. Thomas l-loberg, Assistant Profes- sor of English. Dr. Donald l-loffman, Assistant Profes- sor of English. Dr. Jacqueline Krump, Professor of English. MF- Courtney B Lawson, Associate Professor of English. Mr. Ely M. Liebovv, English Depart- ment Chairman, Associate Professor of English. Mrs. Dorothy R. Patton, Associate Pro- fessor of English. Dr. June IVI. Verbillion, Professor of English. vu ,, -ww 5 , , Wi .wi 'JW .,.,,.., M 5 .,, ,.,. . . fm, V.,, , A rift is A I 'Q' I' 4 'QLTZIW DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES Mrs. Aurelia Billing, Assistant Professor of French. Mrs. Norma R. Burmeister, Assistant Professor of Spanish. Dr, Bonnie Busse, Associate Professor of Spanish. Miss Alice N. Callicounis, Assistant Professor of French. Mr. Ben C. Coleman, Assistant Professor of Spanish. Miss Serafima Friedman, Assistant Professor of Russian. Dr. Battista J. Galassi, Assistant Professor of Spanish. Miss Ann Glier, Instructor in German. Mr. Rodrigo Gonzalez, Assistant Professor of Spanish. Mrs. Dorothy I-Iolby, Assistant Professor of Spanish. PAGE 2118 I 'X V ww -NYM ,1- wr' ,F Mr. Julio J. Jolly, Assistant Professor of Spanish. Mr. Albert A. Milanesi, Foreign Language Department Chairman Dr. Calixto Maso, Professor Emeritus of Foreign Languages. Mrs. Valeska S. Najera, Assistant Professor of Spanish ancl Supervisor of the Language Laboratory. Dr. Rosalyn K. O'Cherony, Associate Professor of Spanish. Mrs. Alfhilcl Olson, Instructor in German. Dr. Angelina Peclroso, Assistant Professor of Spanish. Dr. l-lenry Russell, Assistant Professor of French. Mr. Miroslav Samchyshyn, Associate Professor of Russian. Mrs. Dorette Walner, Assistant Professor of French. Mrs. Frieclerike Wiedemann, Assistant Professor of French ancl German. "Q-w,.M-nw 'QW b 6.1 WWW M-?F PAGE 249 MQW HW' 1-M-4,a ' PAGE 250 fl? Dr. Roger H. Charlier, Professor of Geography, Geology, and Oceanography. Dr. C Wallace Dierickx, Geog- raphy Department Chairman and Professor of Geography. Mr. Robert F Easton, Instructor in Geography. Dr. Ying-Cheng Kiang, Associate Professor of Geography. at N ff 'f"".v ."J"- -I N54 HISTORY DEPARTMENT , A wx- ww. .W A Wi Dr. Duke Frederick, Professor of His- tory. Dr.. S. Lorenzo Har- rison, Professor of History. Dr. Joseph C. Mor- ton, Associate Professor of His- tory. Dr. June Sochen, Associate Profes- sor of History. Dr. Arthur J. Sabin, Professor of His- tory. Mr. P. Craig Smith, Assistant Profes- sor of History. Dr. Sue Sheridan Walker, Assistant Professor of His- tory. Dr. Robert Zegger, History Depart- rnent Chairman a nd Professor of History. .QX f.. ' T PAGE 25 1 V LINGUISTICS DEPARTMENT Mr. Abbas Alvvabab, Part-tnme Lnnguustvcs Instructor, Dr. Jose-pb C Beaver, Linguis- tncs Department Cbalrrnan and Profe-5Sor of Lnnguistncs. Dr. Robert lllvvutzer, Assoclate Professor of Lnnguistucs. Mr, Jack Fluchardson, Jr., In- structor un Lnnguustncs. rflr. Don M. Seugel, Assustant Professor of Linguistics. Xf,.Ff PE? MA THEMA TICS DEPARTMENT A BIN 'if V im X ., Q' "' at f, .V My. ,aux R-Q-Neff Mrs. Esther R. Abt, Instructor in Mathe- matics. Mr. Abdus Ansari, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Mr. Louis B. Becker, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science Coordinator. Mr. Nicholas A. Boukidis, Associate Pro- fessor of Mathematics. Dr. Adam Czarnecki, Associate Professor of Mathematics. Mr. Anthony Patricelli, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Dr. Charles W. Moran, Acting Dean of the Graduate College and Professor of Mathematics. Dr. Jaroslav Tuzar, Associate Professor of Mathematics. Dr. Louis Weiner, Mathematics Depart- ment Chairman and Professor of Math- ematics. PAGE 253 2,14 ESQ 'Ns Dr. Charles A. Anderson, Associate Pro- fessor of Music. Dr. Edgar B. Gangvvare, Jr., Professor of Music. Dr. Harold D. l-larrnon, Professor of Mu- sic. Mr. Dwayne Jorgenson, Assistant Pro- fessor of Music. Dr. Elyse E. Mach, Associate Professor of Music. Dr. Dolores J. Nicosia, Associate Profes- sor of Music. Dr. Richard D. Wenzlaff, Music Depart- ment Chairman and Professor of Music. MUSIC DEPARTMENT Qs. I NO' T? PAGE 254 1--0'-"""' ,,,,.,.,----ff Dr. l-lugh S. Moorhead, Associate Professor of Philosophy. Dr. James Rizik, Assis- tant Professor of Phi- Iosophy. Dr. Roger Chacon, Phi- losophy Department Chairman and Associ- ate Professor of Philo- sophy. PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 1' lf? '-an ...ww....,wrw Dr. Joseph Bachrach, Professor of Chemistry. Mr. Miller B. Clarkson, Associate Professor of Physics. Dr. Frank W. Dobbs, Physical Science Depart- ment Chairman ancl Professor of Chemistry. Mr. Louis Czaplewski, Chemistry Technical Assistant. PAGE 255 O PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT ntinued Dr. Robert W. Doehler, Associate Professor of Geology. Dr. Albert Forslev, Pro- fessor of Earth Science. Dr. Robert l.. Gilbert, As- sociate Professor of Physics. Dr. Donald F. Mason, Professor of Chemistry. Dr. Charles Nissirn-Sabat, Assistant Professor of Physics. Dr. Paul S. Poskozim, Associate Professor of Chemistry. Dr. Musa Qutub, Assis- tant Professor of Earth Science. Mr. Wayne N. Svoboda, Instructor in Chemistry N45 , 'exe' -.-puff' -ef, Dr. Ferydoon Firoozi, As- sociate Professor of Economics. lVlr. Edward C. Gilpatrick, Assistant Professor of Political Science. Dr. Thomas S. Farr, Pro- fessor of Political Sci- ence. Dr. Asad Husain, Assis- tant Professor of Po- litical Science. Dr. James A. Kokoris, As- sociate I Professor of Economics. Dr. Edris Frederick, PO- litical Science and Eco- nomics Department Chairman and Profes- sor of Political Science. Mrs. Nancy Sidhu, Assis- tant Professor of Eco- norriics. lvlr. Kusol Varopnas, As- sistant Professor of Political Science. Dr. Paul S. Welty, Pro- fessor of Political Sci- ence. E 257 5 1. v v 5 fa 5 If lv - 'Q i -I 4 'A X' N- Q Q ' 'Qi , -..f-4' Tv w i X . MW L W nf 0 , W- fw '. iq. "WW 185' X ii W' L' ."7 if 'TA If C 2 L. i, Q ,,,,,, f H W, V, ' I f- fy, 4 ,,f,,:4f "fi ' , ' ,I 'f J ,C ff y if f I Q- ii , Wiff W1 if yw f 2 2 for 1 ff.. il ' ' I X i 3 ,W 1 - Wm VM Dr. Rafi Khan, Psy- chology Depart- ment Chairman and Professor of Psychology. Dr. Frank M. l.oos, Acting Associate Dean of the Grad- uate College and Professor of Psy- chology. Dr. R. Bruce Kirk, Professor of Psy- chology. Dr. John W. Mann, isaswfw C, '12 , in 3 W?-N X , ,,.,f.gp pl Associate Profes- sor of Psychology Dr. Vin Rosenthal, , ,tyfyzfa Z Y is ,J 4,-W, 1 Professor of Psy- chology. Mr. David Ternkin, Coordinator of the Psychological Counseling Ser- vice and Associ- ate Professor of Psychology. PAGE 259 f5fO0 ,f we A "W IT' -...sf SOCIOLOGY DEPAR Dr. San- ford Sil- verstei n, Associate Professor of Soci- ology. SPEECH DEPARTMENT Dr. James Barushok, Speech ,ex and Performing Arts De- partment Chairman and Professor of Speech. Dr. Dena IVI. Faires, Profes- sor of Speech. , Mrs. Libby Mages, Assistant Professor of Speech. . il' wang Mr. William R. Stewart, Speech Correc- tionist and Assistant Professor of Speech. Dr. Robert J. Walker, Professor of Speech. NW f'w,,35W' jfQ'V X I I ff' V f ff 4 rv V' 4 I' , vs W. gg. l i l '- ' yay? E ARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 11511 4 xi' Cd? y l Wi! xl xi l A" 544' ,-.asv-A Mrs. Mary L. Burger, Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Ed- ucation. Mrs. Peri Georgiou, Early Child- hood Education Department Chairman and Assistant Profes- sor of Early Childhood Educa- tion. Mrs. Marcella Krueger, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education. Dr. Margrethe G. Isaac, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education. Mrs. Helen Murphy, Part-time Early Childhood Education In- structor. Mrs. Gussie M Ware, Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education. Mrs. Audrey Witzrnann, Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education. O F 'Vin -.J A T EDUCATIONAL FOUNDA TIONS 44-is I Dr. Daniel Bock, Associate Professor of Educa- tional Foundations. Mr. Richard l-l. Brewer, Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations. Dr. Phyllis Goldblatt, Assistant Professor of Ed- ucational Foundations. Mr. Mitchell Vogel, Assistant Professor of Edu- cational Foundations. Mrs. Valentine Glockner, Educational Founda- tions Department Chairman and Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations. -MQW Miss Bernice Austrheirn, Associate Professor of Elementary Educa tion Dr. John F. Etten, Professor of Ele mentary Education Mr. John P. O'Donnell, Assistant Professor of Elementary Educa- tion. Dr. Williarn Rader, Assistant Profes- sor of Elementary Education. , ,. ,,.- ., E , Q,,.f4f f 'FQUWW 5, Af' 42 'Hut 603' ELEMENTARY UQ! EDUCATION fCOl'lfII'7U9O'I mtxwo-1-M all -':""' ,gt xii 4-"',f N s N T ' R D I C, 1 E I T S I- . I Ifziur Zfrifl l l I if ,fwa vvW""f"'fw GUIDANCE AND COUNSELOFI EDUCATION Dr. Nancy L. Arnez, Direc- tor of the Center for Inner City Studies and Profes- sor of Inner. City Studies Education. Mr. Donn F. Bailey, Assis- tant Professor of Inner City Studies Education. Mr. Elkin M. Sithole, Instruc- tor in Inner City Studies Education. 'IT' mv DF. David Rappaport, Pro- fessor of Elementary Education and Mathe- matics. Mrs. Marlene Rothbardt, Instructor in Elemen- tary Education. Dr. Leonard I.. Setze, Pro- fessor of Elementary Education. Dr. Humphrey K. Stevens, Professor of Elemen- tary Education. Margaret Wallace, ln- structor in Elementary Education. Dr. Mary A. Bowers, Pro- fessor of Guidance and Counselor Education. Dr. Elizabeth Langley. Guidance and Counse- lor Education Depart- ment Chairman and Associate Professor of Guidance and Counsel- or Education. 'inr- N , --ni ""w1,4.:?' ,IU I, ,JUN -urg--A, A Iii' k is .n '12 VF 24,6 11" ,,-ff f- --fi ,,, 0 P N Il ,l X , ,AK Mrs. .Victoria Bestock, Instructor in Physical Edu- cation. Mr. Gerald Butler, Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the Graduate College and Associate Pro- fessor of Physical Education. Mrs. Bettye Ehrlick, Part-time Physical Education Instructor. Mr.A Ronald Faloona, Instructor in Physical Educa- tion. Dr. Frank Hostetler, Associate Professor of Physi- cal Education. Mr. Charles G. Kane, Athletic Director and Associ- ate Professor of Physical Education. Mr. Raymond Kasper, Instructor in Physical Educa- tion and Baseball Coach. Miss Betty Ann Meyer, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Mr. Edward B. Mueller, Physical Education Depart- ment Chairman and Associate Professor of Phys- ical Education. Mrs. Dolores L. Petty, Assistant Professor of Phys- ical Education. Dr. Eleonor Prueske, Associate Professor of Physi- cal Education. Dr. John Waechter, Associate Professor of Physical Education. -'if ffm PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ,,,fr.-. iii? .J SM f.fQ"'-uv, fwwm W. lVIr. Bertram Abell, Assistant Professor of Secondary Education. Mr. Richard l-l. Brewer, Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations. Mr. Joseph Hoffmann, Assistant Professor of Secondary Education. Dr. Maurice G. Guysenir, Secondary Educa- tion Department Chairman and Professor of Secondary Education and Social Science. Mr. Jerry Brooks Olson, Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations. Dr. James R. Lockwood, Assistant Professor of Secondary Education. SECONDARY EDUCATION PAGE 267 II' s 41.5597 ' Mr . ,,,p,1 L3 X f C YM, lffii PQH i .Mm rf" wwf Mrs. Mary Anne Bell, Assistant Pro- fessor of Special Education. Dr. Dorothy Bernstein, Associate Pro- fessor of Special Education. Dr. William ltkin, Special Education Department Chairman and Pro- fessor of Special Education and Psychology. fessor of Special Education. Mr. Bernard Karlin, Part-time Special Education Instructor. N-.V SPECIAL EDUCATION Mrs. Anita Jacobson, Assistant Pro- 4.41-v""f'a' fda? Q-xg' 5 YN, wffivy. D Mary I. Kooyurnpan Assnstant Professor of Specnal Educatnon D Martin J Steugman Assistant Professor of Special Educatuon Dr Glen Thompson Assoclate Pro fessor of Special Educatlon Dr l.nlIuan K Vlttenson Professor of Specual Education Dr lrwun Wuden Professor of Speclal Educataon PAGE 269 QB'- ilu- tix ADMISSIONS OFFICE STAFF MVS. Jeanine Leengran, SeCl'etEl'y Stengg- fapher. Mrs. Ida B. Kamm, Secretary Transcrib- er. Mrs. Jean Weich, Sec- retary Stenographer. BILLIARDS ROOM Mr. David F. Meissner, Bil- liard Room Attendant. cn 'Mtg fl? PAGE 270 COMPUTER SERVICES STAFF Mr. Derald Bethard, Com puter Programmer. Mr. Thomas EarI4 Graham Data Processing Ana Iyst. Mr. Neil Fagus, Data Pro cessing Analyst. Mrs. Margaret M. Galli van, Keypunch Super visor. Mr. Hari Singh, Manage ment Analysis Program mer. 1 I I , Gi? ..-'22 Nut: .,.X f x N37 f lm 'Hb-QM GRADUATE COLLEGE STAFF Mrs LucilleJ Allen Administrative Clerk Miss Virginia Jenkot Secretary Transcriber ll Mrs Margaret L Reynolds Secre tary Transcriber Mrs Lola Zograp hos Secretary Transcriber HEALTH SERVICES STAFF Capove rightj Miss Marion Etten Coordinator of Health Services and Instructor in Health Education. Mrs. Zelda J. Me- clansky, Health Service Nurse. My '-wig' -- .HH Lb. .x .,u,h, JW . '9'M"""'!9' INFORMATION CENTER IDSIOWJ: Mr. Randy Allegrez- za. Information Center Clerk. 1 3' N' -if V1 Y i t .. WW f f , 1 . lx ' A YH "QQ 1 l I I 'A---g , -- 7-1 MTW Q 4, ..,.v l'f1.VLI, PX? LEARNING SERVICES STAFF Mr. Walter Borovvs, Buildings and Grounds Carpen- ter. faboveb Mr. Richard Coxvvorth, Instructional Communica- tions Technical Operator lll. fabove rightj Mr. Orville Goke, Learning Services Operations Co- ordinator ancl Assistant Professor of Learning Services. fRight7 Mr. Calvin S. Heller, Learning Services Electronic Maintenance. fBelovv Lefty I I Mr. Jay R. Katzman, Instructional Communications Technical Operator I I. IEE-IOWJ Mr. Neal McLain, Media Systems Engineer. Mr. Ronald A. Saiet, Television Production Coordi- nator and Assistant Professor of Learning Ser- vices. MF. Robert H. Winters, Instructional Communica- tions Programmer Ill. if im ,F ,,,-" , l i LIBRARY STAFF Mrs. Vivian Bourget, Library Secretary Transcriber. Mr. Jack M. Brody, Library Attendant. Mrs. Marilyn Brown, Library Secretary Transcriber. Mrs. Nicoletta Fritts, Library Technical Assistant. Mr. Nathan Keith, Library Book Mencler. Mrs. Sylvia Giles, Library Clerk-Typist. 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Mft if , 'M .W nf, 'W' ' ya im , 1 92,0 A ga JAZZ' "W44?:2r3b 1- 'YET 0 I ,, ' Www . ,.,, 1 ,, , .-...I-ag .-e"""""'-X SWITCHBOARD STAFF A Miss Nancy Beard, Switch- board Operator. Mrs. Marion C. I-lanrahan, Switchboard Operator. Mrs. Helen I.. Marsh. Switch- board Operator. PAGE 275 1 w 7 fl ?' ll ' ,W I!! 45? -.4-11: 1. I 7 f'.r .5 ' l 4 'sf -'iff .f , :yy 1 1 I fr A V I .5 1' 9. ' :if if . f QQ5ef"4 far- 535-i. ,,, X I sd ""-'mr' l'!-'ll 715, A .2 we ' ' .945 fum ive V . ruff' S1615 wsu, Mn if Q .-4, Q.. ,. ip.. DEPARTMENTAL SECRETARIES Mrs. Carol L. Ball, Physical Science Department Secretary. Mrs. Betty Beerman, Reading Center Secretary Transcriber. Mrs. Muriel Berger, Computer Services Secretary. Mrs. Marliss Chatham, Secretary to Mrs. Zimmerman, Dean of Women Mrs. viola C. Eilais, Secretary to President Sachs. Miss Mary Therese Casey, Administrative Affairs Executive Assistant. Mrs. Rosalyn Cooperman, Geography Department Secretary. Mrs. Gertrude Edelheit, Speech Department Secretary. Mrs, Marion Flack, Mathematics Department Secretary. Mrs. Alice Gomherg, Sociology Department Secretary. DEPARTMENTAL SEC C J I Mrs. Barbara Gordon, Secretary to Dr. Pitts, Associate Dean of Students Mrs. Diane l-lirsch, Secretary to Vice-President Goldberg Mrs. Lorraine Lukinsky, J-Building Secretary. Miss Lottie Kaplan, Secretary to Dr. l-lowenstine, Dean of Students Mrs. lVlrS. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. . Lilian Toppel, Physical Education Department Secretary IVIFS f 4l"- fig dm Zh, Susan J. Miller, College of Education Secretary. Helen E. Nelson, Psychology Department Secretary Anne Podolsky, Instructional Communications Programmer Secretary Evelyn Pomerantz, Secondary Education Department Secretary . sf M- X .... 1 1-' X www X e X of .mx i PAGE 277 4. F 1 3 ,ag give -e ,, t iii: Lili ig .f ' EQ :Usb 5, ,,i..,f , , i i 4 wifi H MW ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS To lvlr. Gerald Cannon, Public. Information Director, for giving us access to Northeastern's historical scrapbooks, To Mr. Ray Roth, Purchasing Agent, for his assistance with our contractual difficulties, To Mike Stephenson, school photographer, for his many photo- ,gl graphic talents, it "l f To Dr. Sachs, Dr. Goldberg, Dr. Moran, and Mrs. Zimmerman for ft X their guidance with our college history, To .Jack Challern and lvlark Anderson, student photographers, for their photographic and printing skill, To lflikrf Hecht, Waliknger Studio photographer, for our cover photo, table of contents photo, in addition to the many club and candid photos, and photographic advice, To lflr. Gunn Pugh, InterCoIlegiate representative, for his endless patience and conscientious guidance, ti'l',1'. The many friends and members of our families who have enabled us to produce the 1971 Beehive: Thank you E , 7? Constance K. Pettinger Rita Washington VAI' X Editor, Co-Editor. New Year's Resovolution Copyright 1970 by Donovan Clvlusiol Ltd. 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Marsha Lynn Weiss lwennerl Mark B. Weussbaum Mary l..ou Wetzell John Wesley Whitehead Vicki I.. Whitesell Yvonne D. Williams Gloria Jean Willis Evelyn G. WISSQ Ellen Witt Paul Donald Witt I Barbara Ann Wodznnskl Ira Wolke I . Patrica A1 Wright , Samuel RlCh8l'd Wright, Jr. Gladifs J. Yandell Char es Lee Roy Young Linda J. Zatg D Darlene Marie Zlebell Jolanta Eve Ziernba David R. Zurek ,hmmm NA. ...M 11. A Abadi, Linda Gail 70 Abell, Mr. Bertram 267 Aber, Miss Jeanne M. 241,265 Abt, Mrs. Esther R. 253 Accardi, Charles W. 20 Ackermann, Dorelle 132-3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 278 Adelman Esther Ann 20 Adelman Karen 20 Adler Suellen 70 ADMINISTRATION 232 ADMISSIONS OFFICE 238 Admissions Office Staff 270 Adomitis Joyce 170 Adomitis Phyllis 96 Agresta Theodore 20 Aiello Laura 172 Akelllan Jacob 20 Akiyama Teena 158 184 189 191 Alberts Mary 20 Alcozer Frances 96 Alexander Chauncey 134 Alexopoulos Panayiotis 21 Allegrezza RandyC 21 177 272 Baffa, Bailey, Bailey Bailey Baker Baker INDEX Richard 159 Mr. Donn F. 264 Irene 139 Michael J. 21 Johnny 138 Randy 71,161,223 Baldauf, Davia 71,184 Baliga, Tom 97 Ball, Mrs. Carol L. 276 Banakis, Chris 161,223 BAND 132,133 Banford, Ferne 21,160 Baratz Barbara 71 Bardak Dan 187 Barkin Barnes Barnes Judy 22 Donna 22 Eugene 138 157 Barnltz John 145 Barreto Francisco 166 Barrett Curtis D 72 Bartecki Andee 137 Bartels Bonnie 136 Bartnlck Bill 183 Bartolo Dick 177 Allegvez Rebeca E 96 Allen Laura 138 Allen Mrs LucilleJ 272 ALL KEYED UP DAVE BRUBECK 201 ALL STRINGS ATTACHED SUZUKI 200 ALL STRUNG UP TOM PAXTON 197 Allswang Brad 178 Alpert Sherry 135 140 150 Alport Terry 21 ALPHA CHI EPSILON 168 ALPHA RHO OMEGA 169 Alwahab Mr Abbas 252 Andersen Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Annunzlo Carol 144 Brian 183 Dr CharlesA 254 Corinne 96 131 139 Janette 96 John M 70 Pat 96 170 Joseph 132 173 Antman Sheila 97 ANTHROPOLOGY DEPARTMENT 244 Antonopoulos W1IIIamG 70 Ansari Mr Abdus 253 APRIL GRADUATES 18 APRIL GRADUATION 220 221 APRIL GRADUATES LIST OF 280 Arendt Sue 97 Argyrakis Carol n 97 Arons Richard 60 Arnez Dr NancyL 241 264 Aronov Dr Bernard M 259 Ash Susan 70 ASHKENAZY KEYNOTE CONCERT 203 Ashkenazy Vladimir 202 Ashton Adrienne 21 Asplund Richard 70 ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 131 ASSORTED ACTIVITIES AND PERFORMANCES 210 Astrin Mrs Nettie 238 A STRING OF BALLADS GLENN YARBROUGH 196 Atrla Joe 148 Auerbach Leslie 71 AUGUST GRADUATES 68 AUELJST GRADUATES LIST OF AUGUST GRADUATION 226 Austrheim Miss Bernice 263 Bachar Les 97 Bachrach Dr Joseph 255 Backes Cathy 170 Bacon Nancy 71 Bacos Ellen 71 Barushok Dr James 260 BASEBALL TEAM 176 BASIIZETBALL HOMECOMING Bauman James 22 Baumgartner Arthur 72 Baumgartner Mary 72 Beard Miss Nancy 275 Beard Sandra Lavern 72 Beaver Dr JosephC 252 Becker Carol 22 Becker Mr LouisB 253 Bedrosian Linda 22 BEEHIVE YEARBOOK 134 135 Beerman Mrs Betty 276 Beese Mrs Jane E 239 Behrendt Miss Barbara 240 Belica Dr MichaeIJ 241 Bell Mrs Mary Anne 268 Bell Stella Louise 22 Benn Claudette 138 Benwitz Bob 168 Berger Ellen 23 Berger Mrs Muriel 276 Berk Nancy 23 Bermudez Hilda 166 Bernard: Giovanna A 72 142 Bernath Susan 23 169 Bernstein Dr Dorothy 268 Bestock Mrs Victoria 266 Bethard Mr Derald 270 Beyers Randall 97 176 Bierman Herbert 136 Bilickl Ethelyn Lois 23 BILLIARDS ROOM 270 Billing Mrs Aurelia 248 Billingham Clare 169 Billmeier Mary Jo 23 Bingaman Miss Nancy 242 BIOLOGY CLUB 136 BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 245 Burr MaryA 98 Buttman Shelley 150 Bixby Mary 98 BLACK CAUCUS 138 BLACK HERITAGE 139 Black Mrs SophieK 265 Black Sylvia 23 Blais Mrs V1oIaC 276 Blakey Willa 138 Blanchard Tum 173 Blaszczyk Rich 132 Bllcharz Sonia 180 Blumenfeld Ron 183 BODKIEWICZ Mr Walter 240 Bock Dr Daniel 263 Bock Judith 23 143 Boehm Larry 173 Bohacz Oksana 24 Boline Vera 24 Boqulst Linda 162 170 Boroff Andre 155 Borows Mr Walter 272 Bougher Patti 24 Boukidls Mr N1cholasA 253 Bourget Mrs Vivian 273 Bowers Dr MaryA 264 BOWLING LEAGUE 177 Bowman Tatiana 171 Boyer Nancy 158 185 189 190 Boyle Cecilia 158 191 Boza Tina 72 Brach Nancy 24 Bracke, Linda 24 Brandolino, Thom 161 Brandzel, Mrs. Rose C. 239 Brankline, Alan L. 24 Braun, Mr. Vernon R. 239 Breckenfeld, Del 132,157 Breitsameter, Janice 25,143 Brennan, Kathleen 25,170 Brennan, Nancy A. 25 Brenner, Ben 183 Brewer, Mr. Richard H. 263,267 Brill, Randall L. 73 Britan, Mr. Norman 244 Brixner Bob 154 Brody Mr Jack M 273 Bronaugh Mr Marshall 271 Brown Bob 223 Brown Glen 152 Brown Keith 158 178 Brown Mrs Marilyn 273 Brown RobertL 73 BRUBECK DAVE ALL KEYED UP 201 Bruno Judy 170 Bruno Marie 136 148 Buckley Jerry 139 Buczek Linda 25 BUDGET CUT RALLY 228 Budinger Barb 170 Budzyn Janet 170 Bvonincontro JanetT 148 Burdick Norm 173 Burger Mrs MaryL 262 Burla Linda 25 Burke Joanne 98 Burkey Wendell 73 223 Burmeister Mrs NormaR 248 Burnett Jar1eII98 BUSINESS OFFICE 238 Bussard Lynn 170 Busse Dr Bonnie 248 Butler Mr Gerald 266 Butler Judy 98 Butzbach Barbara 136 140 Buurstra Miss Annette 265 Byer Jeffrey 73 Byron Jay 183 Cacciatore Barbara 169 Cairns Linda 170 Calabrese Francesca 148 Calcagno Sandra Ann 73 Callahan EugeneJ 73 Callicounus Miss Alice N 248 Cammon Micheal 138 Campe Chris 172 Campobasso Elizabeth 25 CAMPUS PLANNING 238 Canda Bernaclnne 139 Cannon Mr Gerald 241 Cao Diana 26 Carlin: Loretta 99 Carmona Judy 74 Carney Kevin 173 Carsello Gerry 168 Casas DeliaP 26 Casey Miss Mary Therese 276 Cernek Phil 183 Chacon Dr Roger 255 Challem Jack 156 Chalmers Dennis 74 Chaporis Linda 158 Charlier Dr RogerH 250 Chatham Mrs Marliss 276 Chausow Anne 26 CHEERLEADERS 180 Chlarelll Mr Samuel 271 Chin Carol 99 Chlebik Barb 132 Chrlstl Ray 187 Chudnow Jeff 187 Chychula Maria 165 Cikurski Dan 183 Cirone Chris 26 CIVIL SERVICE PERSONNEL OFFICE 239 Clare Nancy 26 170 Clark Dr Earl John 247 Clarkson Mr MIIIerB 255 Claudio Edwin 166 Clemons Lorenzo 138 CLUBS 130 1 I V Y E , 1 T I u . 1 1 1 . . . Y , 1 I ' I I I 1 'V - 1 Y ' I ' . 1 1 ,1 1 I y ' Q Y I ' 1 Y 1 ' E 1 - E 1 - 1 1 Y v E , l 1 1 E Y I I 1 1 1 . , 1 i 7 V Y v . ' I y ' 3 , . Y . Y I 'T 1 1 1 1 ' E , 1. I i 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 ' ' ' 4 , . I -1 1 A , 7 ' . . . I V ' . I 1 1 ' 1 , . . . . 1 . 1 if Y . I , , 1 ,' Y 1 ART DEPARTMENT 244 Biss, Vivian 98 Capro-n, Mr. Victor 274 if - 1 1 . 2 1 , 1 -. - 1 . - 3 1 : ' Y 52 1 l 1 1 1 ' ' - ' 1 . . 1 1 ' . ' ' 1 ' ' - ' 1 I 1 ' I Y Y i B 1 1 A l ' Y 1 ' V Y Y I I " ' 5 Y 1 l I 1 Cobleigh, Melody 259 Cohn, Sandra 26 Cohn, Shelly 132 Cole, Marilyn 74 Cole, Robin 27 Coleman, Mr. Ben C., 248 Coleman, Joyetta 27 Coleman, Margarete A. 27 Coleman, Nannette 144 Collins, Linda 161,223 COMMUNITY RELATIONS 239 COMMUTER CENTER 239 COMPUTER SERVICES STAFF 270 COMPUTER STUDIES 246 CONCERT SERIES 194 Connolly, Cele 156 Consolo, JoAnn 99 Cook, Mrs. Barbara 242 Coonda, Dale M. 99 Cooper, Francene R. 99 Cooperman, Mrs. Rosalyn 276 Cora, John 148 Corey, Gene 156 Cortese, Joe 137 Cortina, Carol 152 Costa, Rick 168 Coticchio, Tom 158,159,178 Couch, Carol 74 Coughlin, Candace 99 Cox, Adonica 27 Coxworth, Mr. Richard 272 Coyne, Karen 143 Crawford, Eugene Jr. 139 Crawford, Mona 138,153 Crean, Dr. Joseph G. 245 Creeley, Dan 158,163,183 Crellin, Meg 136,140 Cromrof, Norm 183 Crowley, George R. 163,183 Cruz, Gloria Maria 148 Cullen, Carol 100 Cullen, Gail 100 Cunneen, James 163 Cunningham, Michael 181 Curran, Anne 27 Cybulski, Karen 27 Czadowski, Edward 74 Czajkowski, Colleen 28 Czaplewski, Mr. Louis 255 Czarnecki, Dr. Adam 253 Czebok, Monika 135 Czekalski, Ron 158,159,178 D Dabbs, Jay 161 Dallagiacoma, Rosalba 28 Dallman, Jean 142,170 D'Amore, Dolores 28 Danese, Diane 74 Daniels, Rene 139 Dankowski, Bruce 28 Daverin, Margaret 28 Davis, JoAnn 139 Davis, Judy 28 Davis, Michael 136 Davis, Rose Marie 75 Dawson, Kim 170 DECEMBER GRADUATES 94 DECEMBER GRADUATES, LIST OF 282 Deckler, Janet Lynn 100 DeJulio, James 100 DeMano, Mrs. Julie 189 Demos, Ted 75,141,223 Demsch, Maris 171 DEPARTMENTAL SECRETARIES 276 DeSario, Kristine 100,186 Dezynski, James 29 Diamaridio, Lee Jay 100 Diana, Mary 148,172 Dianes, Paul 183 Diaz, Sonia 166 DiCic,co, Lynn Carol 29 Dickersori, Sandra 138,158,184 Dierickf, Dr. C. Wallace 250 Digglff, Karen A. 29 Di jiorgio, Margaret 101 Dillflatteo, Jirnrny 178 DiS-anfjro, Nicholas A. 75 lJiSf:rio, Donna 172 Dobbs, Dr. Frank W. 255 Dohriffr, .Jarries !5,176 Doelwler, Dr. Robert VV. 256 Dooley, lflrs. Rosa 244 Doflrlari, Wlalrcla 152 Dorribnk, Heleri M. 29 Dorsen, Joanne 143 Dowling, Tim 158,187 Downs, Katherine 29 Doyle, Mrs. Bridget 275 Doyle, Dennis 178 Doyle, Helen 164 Dragon, Flora 29 Draths, Joanne 154 Draths, Karyn 154 Dreizen, Ruth 75 Drury, Nora 131 Dryanski, Fred Joseph 75,183 Duber, Ted 168 Dubicz, Iva 132,171 Dubyk, Robert M. 76 Duffle, Mrs. Frances R. 241 DuFour, Dr. Victor L. 160,259 Dukic, Vera 76 Dummler, Barbara 101 Dunlop, Miss Judith 245 Dunn, Bob 168 DUPLICATING SERVICES 271 Dupree, Lenore I. 101 Dushkin, Linda 30 Dziedzic, Lucia K. 140 E EA5?6LY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 2 Easton, Mr. Robert F. 143,250 Eaton, Barbara 30 ECOLOGY CLUB 137 Edelen, Elizabeth 30 Edelheit, Mrs. Gertrude 261,276 Ehrlick, Mrs. Bettye 140,266 Ehrmann, Kathleen J. 76 Ehrmann, Rolf F. 30 Eichhorn, Robert 76 EIGHTH ANNUAL HONORS CONVOCATION 216 Einhorn, Iris 101 Eirich, Chiris 143,163 Eisenberg, Adrienne 101 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 264 Elliott, Mr. Roger 239 Ellis, Dr. Ruth 259 Elward, Miss Kathleen C. 242 Engelhart, Marc 76,150 Engelhart, Willie 150 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 247 Epstien, Mrs. Shirley 242 Erlund, Karen 158,190 Ersler, Sandy 30 Esposito, Robert R. 101 Etten, Dr. John F. 263 Etten, Miss Marion 240,272 Evans, Candace 30 Evans, Linda 132 EXTENSION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION 239 Ezin, Enid R. 76 F Fabiszak, Lydia 31 Fagan, Howard 31 Fagman, Sue 31 Fagus, Mr. Neil 270 Fahrer, Frank 132,153 Faires, Dr. Dena M. 260 Falckenberg, Edward 102,188 Faloona, Mr. Ron 187,188,266 Faltek, Mark 163 Fareed, Dr. Ahmed 247 Farr, Dr. Thomas S. 257 Fawcett, Shirley 102 Fedaj, Nadia A. 77 Feldman, Abe 150 Felski, Ellen 31 Fencil, Diane 31 FENCING CLUB 181 Feo, Robert A. 31 Ferraro, Linda 170 Fiala, Libby Low 102 Figure, Betzaida 102 FINANCIAL AID OFFICE 239 Fineman, Juanita R. 102 Finley, Mr. Edward J., Jr. 238 Firestein, Sherry J. 77,161 Firjzt, Conrad 173 Firoozi, Dr. Ferydoon 257 Fischer, Cynthia Beth 32 Fisher, Bob 183 Fisher, Murray 132,163 Fitzgerald, Connie 169 Fitzgerald, Tom 173 Flack, Mrs. Marion 276 Fleming, Marilyn 32 Fleming, Mr. Thomas G. 274 Flemming, Isabelle 160 Flood, Lt. Francis 242 Floreani, Susan 32 Flores, Samuel 166 Flory, Jean 32 Fobes, Mary Jo 77 FOLK DANCE CLUB 140 FOOD SERVICES 240 FOOD SERVICES STAFF 271 FOOTBALL CLUB 183 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 248 Forde, John 168 FORENSICS UNION 141 Forslev, Dr. Albert 251 Foster, Lauren 158,189,190 Foster, Lorraine 139 Fournier, Marnie 77,135 Fowler, Louise 77 Fox, Rhea 177 Franklin, Joan M. 32 Franz, Carl 132 Frederick, Dr. Duke 251 Frederick, Dr. Edris 257 Frederick, Fred 162 Frederick, James L. 32 Fredericks, Jim 183 Fredrickson, Richard 102 Freer, Ann 33 FRENCH CLUB 142 Friedman, Bettijene 103 Friedman, Miss Serafima 248 Friedman, Steven 33 FRIENDS OF DISTINCTION- .FROM ROCKS TO RICHES 208 Fritts, Mrs. Nicoletta 273 Fritzmann, Mr. Frank J. 244 Froehlich, Irene 77 FROM ROCKS TO RICHES- FRIENDS OF DISTINCTION 208 Frye, Daniel P., Jr. 33 Fuggiti, Diane 148 Fuoco, Grayce 169 Furmanek, Barb 132 G Gaber, Carol 33 Gabriel, Bill 132 Gabrulm, Martha 103 Gaertner, John 173 Galassi, Dr. Battista J. 148,248 Gallagher, Helen 103,138 Gallagher, Mrs. Valerie Z. 241 Gallivan, Mrs. Margaret M. 270 Gallo, Carmen 78 Ganger, Mike 183 Gangware, Dr. Edgar B., Jr. 254 Garel, Joyce 78 Gaughan, John B. 163,183 Gazda, Joycelynn 103,148 Geanon, Helen 103 Gearon, Betsy 172 Genge, Cliffern 33 Genley, Thomas S. 78 Gentile, Vito 176 GEOGRAPHY CLUB 143 GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT 250 George, Mr. Francis J. 242 Georgiou, Mrs. Peri P. 131,262 Geraghty, Colleen 170 Gerchikov, Marjie 150 Gerger, John 177 GERMAN CLUB 144 Geroulis, Barbara Jeanne 33 Gersh, Beryl 78,132 Gerson, Eileen 103 Gertler, Elaine 141,223 Geyer, Dr. George E. 236 Giannese, Dorina 148 Gibbs, Cheryl Lea 78 Gibbs, Helen 138 Giercuszkiewicz, Eva 140 Gil, Bulmaro 78 Gilbert, Dr. Robert L. 256 Giles, Audrey 138 Giles, Mrs. Sylvia 273 Gillcrist, Rose 169 Gilpatrick, Mr. Edward C. 257 Giordina, Rich 168 Giovannetti, Lynne 162 Glassner, Sharon 170 Glefke, Carol 132 Glefke, Chris 132 Glefke, Cindy 132 Glick, Regina 34 Glick, Dr. Norman 259 Glier, Anna 144 Glier, Miss Ann 248 Glockner, Mrs. Valent Gnoffo, Joanne 79 Gober, Terry 176 Gocek, Christene 106 Goke, Mr. Orville 272 Gold, Barry 79 Gold, Mrs. Casey 238 ine 263 Goldberg Dorothy 34 Goldberg Dr. Robert J. 234 Goldblatt Dr. Phyllis 263 Goldman, Linda 223 Goldstein, Carolyn 169 Goldstein, Steve 163 Hayes, John A. 37 Head, Marilee 131 HEALTH SERVICES 240 HEALTH SERVICES STAFF 272 Heard, Denise 158,180,184 Hecht, Mike 135 Heinkel, Mr. Harold H. 238 Heinz, Harriet 132 Helgesen, Marjorie 107,158 Heller, Mr. Calvin S. 272 Heller, Sheila 37 Henry, Carolyn Ann 107 Henry, Ethel 108 Herbert, Mark 173 Herman, Joyce 38 JAZZMEN TEA AND TRUMIDETS ECRESERVATION HALL JAZZ Jeffries, Jerry 177 Jelen, Bob 176 Jen, Mr. Albert C. Y. 265 Jenkins, Chuck 183 Jenkot, Miss Virginia K. 272 Jennings, Marjorie 158 Golinski, Gregory 34,216 Goltz, Elaine 79 Gomberg, Mrs. Alice 276 Gomez, Maria R. 79 Gonsowski, Rich 154 Gonzalez, Mr. Rodrigo 248 Goodrich, Grant 136 Gorczyca, Linda 34 Hernandez, Frank 1 Herringer, Pat 81 Herzberg, Carol 81 Hill, Bennie 81,138 Hillard, Hebda 108 Hillard, Tom 133 Hilstrom, Bruce 81 Hince, Melanie 137 08 Jetel, James 82 Johansen, Judy 170 John, Wa Johnsen, rren 82,188 Thelma S. 82 Johnson, Barbara 131,142 Johnson, Denise 138 Johnson, Janice 154 Johnson, Miss Janice 244 Johnson, Johnson, Jolly, Mr. McKinley 138 Nancy 158,184 Julio J. 249 Jonassen, Dick 153 Jones, Chachana 138 Jones, James 139 Gordon, Mr. Arnold W. 259 Gordon, Mrs. Barbara 277 Gordon, Faye 34 Gordon, JoAnne 153 Gordon, Marcia 139 Gordon, Roosevelt Jr. 79,138 Gore, Patricia 34 ' ' Gorg, Robert F. 35 Gorman, Dennis 106 Gorman, Diane 169 Grabowski, Kenneth 35 Grad, Gladys Ann 79 GRADUATE COLLEGE 236 GRiA7IIgUATE COLLEGE STAFF Graham, Mr. Thomas Earl 270 Grant, Vicki 139,186 Granzow, Mrs. Marie 273 Green, David 106 Green, Jane 156 Gregg, Mr. Joseph 265 Greishamer, Lynn 170 Grendzinski, Flo 35 Griffin, Susan 161,185 Grimes, Mr. George P., Jr. 242 Gross, Edward E. 106 Grosser, Barbara 35 Grossman, Gail 169 Grouzard, Denise 35 Gruss, Bob 168 Grzeskiewicz, Mary 80 Guca, Annette Marie 35 Gudel, Diane 80 Gurrieri, Patricia 80 Gurt, Rosalie H. 106,153 GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING CENTER 240 GUIDANCE AND COUNSELOR EDUCATION 264 Gustafson, Dave 36 Gutierrez, Rick 173,187 Gutowski, Rudy 154,168 Guyon, Rick 173 Guysenir, Dr. Maurice G. 267 Guzaitis, Patricia 36 H Haak, Russ 132 Haas, Nan 145 Haas, Mr. Raoul R. 238 Hagen, Kathleen A. 36 Haiduke, Cindee 106 Haik, Neal R. 80 Hale, Mr. Robert 266 Hall, Carol 143 Hall, Robert M. 36 Hallberg, Mrs. Clarice L. 244 Haluch, Arlene V. 36 Hanna, Roger 141,223 Hanrahan, Agnes 36 Hanrahan, Mrs. Marion C. 275 Hansen, Cynthia 107 Hansen James Mi h I , c ae 80 Harkins, Alecia 37 Harmon, Dr. Harold D. 254 Harmston, Wendy Jo 134 Harralson, Mr. Cliff 239 Harris, Corinne 107 Harris, Janet C. 37 Harris, Nan M. 80 Harrison, Dr. S. Lorenzo 251 Harrison, Sandi 107,158,191 Harrison, Theresa 37 Hartnett, Julie Ann 107 Haupt, Linda 37 Hawkins, Katherine 139,186 Hionis, Mike 163 Hirsch, Dave 168 Hirsch, Mrs. Diane 277 Hirsch, Miss Lynn F. 273 HISTORY DEPARTMENT 251 Hixon, Karen 170 Hoberg, Mr. Thomas 247 Hoeksema, Mary Lou 38 Hoffman, Dr. Donald 247 Hoffmann, Mr. Joseph 267 Hogan, John H. 38 Hogan, Kathleen E. 38 Hogan, Roberta 148 Hohec, Lawrence G. 38 Holbach, Marie 38 Holby, Mrs. Dorothy J. 248 Holesha, Jim 168 Holmquist, Bonnie 108,172 Holt, Mr. Jack R. 242 Horvath, Mike 183 Horwitz, Phyllis 39 Hoskin, Dale 139 Hostetler, Dr. Frank 266 Hough, Donna 170 Howe, Carolyn 108 Howell, Lynette 140 Howenstine, Dr. William L. 237 Huber, Claudia 177 Hudson, Dr. Randolph 235 Huffman, Bob 142 Human, Valerie 170 Humphrey, Lee 183 Hung, Grace M. H. 39 Huro, James 138 Hurley, Rev. John 154 Husain, Dr. Asad 257 Huttunen, Dave 188 I ldstein, Kathy 170 Immergluck, Lynda Ann 145 lllwitzer, Dr. Robert 252 INFORMATION CENTER 272 INNER CITY STUDIES 241 INNER CITY STUDIES DEPARTMENT 264 INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA 241 lovinelli, John 177 Isaac, Dr. Margrethe G. 262 ITALIAN CLUB 148 Itkin, Dr. William 268 Ivers, Melissa Anne 108 lwashchuk, Maria 39 Iwata, Jenell 39 Izen, Lila 109 J Jackson, Diane 81 Jackson, Regina 153,216 Jacob, Cathie 170 Jacobs, Joan 109 Jacobson, Mrs. Anita 268 James, Carol E. 39 James, Mr. Edward 240 James, Ellen 138 James, Kenneth W. 109 Jantelezio, Gay 132 Janus, Joy 39 Jarzab, Arlene 223 Jaster, Elaine M. 42 Javor, Barbara 109 Jones, Kathy 157 Jones, Sam 42 Jorgensen, Vance L. 42 Jorgenson, Mr. Dwayne 254 Juntunen, Elizabeth 42 K Kajpust, Bob 137 Kalb, Nancy 169 Kalicinski, Agnes 42 Kalin, Luba 42 K3I'T'llOe ris, Connie 1 58 Kaminski, Robert R. 82 Kamm, Mrs. Ida B. 270 Kandi, Virginia 109 Kane, Mr. Charles G. 266 Kane, Regina 43 Kanik, Jim 137 Kaplan, Carol 109 Kaplan, Robert 43 Kaplan, Sam 134 Karlin, Mr. Bernard 268 Karner, Thomas Matthew 82 Karson, Ted 43 Kaspar, Nancy M. 43 Kasper, Carrie 1 10,158,177,181 Kasper, Ray 176 Kasper Mr. Raymond 266 Katz, Frances P. 43 Katz, Leila 1 10 Katzman, Mr. Jay R. 272 Kaufman, Nancy 43 Kazek, Patricia 155 Kegel, Louise E. 83 Kelchauser, Miss Jean Keiler, Cheryl 44 Keith, Mr. Nathan 273 Keller, Norman 132 Kenna, Mark 173 Kent, James 135,138 234 KEYNOTE CONCERT - ASHKENAZY 203 Khan, Dr. Rafi 258 Kiang, Dr. Ying-Cheng Kiewert, Kandy 44 250 Kilmnick, Brian 156,163 Kim, Mr- Jay H. 265 Kirk, Dr. R. Bruce 258 KLAL YISROEL 150 Klein, Mrs. Anne 239 Klein, Tom 142 Klimach, Hilda 44 Klodowski, Nancy 44 Kmiec, Greg 152,163 Kmiecik, Christine M. 1 10 Knack, Mr. William A. 238 Knox, Janice Ann 44,1 34 Knudsen, Bruce 1 63,183 Knopoff, Dan 158 Kochman, Alexandra 1 Koeller, Barb 162 Koffman, Marv 132 Kohnke, Madeline 83 65 Kohnke, Sue 170 Kokoris, Dr. James A. 257 Kolaites, Nikki 1 10 Kolasinski, Nancy 1 10 Kolb, Dan 187 Komperda, Ramona 1 10 Kooyumjian, Dr. Mary L. 269 Kos, Bob 132 Koschnitzke, Mrs. Carolin 273 Kosiba, Linda 83 Kostich, Linda 83 Kovitch, Janice 1 1 1 Kovitz, Carol 161 Kowal Harry 111 Kowalczyk Ruchard 183 Kowalski Karen 172 Kozlowski Irene 44 Kraunyk Myron 154 Krall Sharyn 111 Kramer Georguana 45 Kramer KatheruneA 45 Krass Barbara 45 Kraus Peter 83 Krueger David 45 160 Kroger William 45 Krol Joyce 45 Krstenansky Karen A Krueger Carol 46 Krueger Mrs Marcella 262 Krump Dr Jacqueline 247 Krzywucku Pat 179 Kubala Joanne 111 177 Kuhlmann Mary Jane 84 Kukler Lunda 46 Kulma Les 84 Kung Lunya 84 Kunstler Wulluam 212 Kunz Judy 46 Kush Cathy Sue 111 177 Kusserow Mr Martun 271 Kuzma Duane 170 LaBarbera Laura Lee 112 Lachmann John 112 Lagambuna Jay 183 Lagro Sue 134 158 190 LAMBDA SIGMA ALPHA 170 Lamurand AI 176 Lamp Dr HerbertF 245 Langley Dr Eluzabeth 264 Larsen Gaul 46 Larson Lunda 46 158 191 Lartz Hertha 164 Laskowsku Ruta 158 191 Lattanzu Mary 112 Lauerman David 173 Launuus Muchael 46 188 Law WynneV 47 Lawrence Barb 154 Lawson Mr Courtney B 247 Lazar Louise 169 LEARNING SERVICES 241 Loos Dr Frank M 236 258 LoPresti Mucku 170 Lorant Edue 150 Lorman Duane 47 Losavuo Susan 47 Lovutt Jeannue K 85 Low Gary John 85 Lozowsky Beverly 150 Lucas Audrey 47 Luelf Evelyn 155 Luka Mary Ann 47 Lukunsky Mrs Lorraine 277 Luperunu Ray 48 Lutsch Dr Edward 183 246 Lux PatM 85 Lyden Nettie 158 189 191 Lynch Robert 161 223 Lyons Florence 48 MacDonald Mr James 244 Mach Dr Elyse E 254 Mack Marlene 48 Madura Wayne 176 Mages Mrs Lubby 260 Mahon Carol 113 Maucke Melaune 48 MAINTENANCE STAFF 274 Maldonado Marceluno 166 Malebranche Jum 187 Malebranche Mary 48 Malek Dr VuncentF 236 Malunowsku Larry 183 Mallo Lana 170 Mann Dr JohnW 258 Maraldu Art 113 March Dorothy 171 Margolis Lett 131 164 Mark Marcy 61 223 Marks Marty 150 Marsh Mrs Helen L 275 Martello Debbue 48 Martello Donna 170 Martun Donna 142 Martun Jum 157 Maso Dr Calixto 249 Mason Dr Donald F 256 Mason Susan M 49 Massaru Lunda 49 191 Muddleton Ronald 50 Muhopoulos Effie 145 Mulanesu Mr AlbertA 249 Muller Ed 176 Muller Queenella 115 131 138 Muller Mrs SusanJ 277 Mulls Mrs JoyceW 274 Mulott Stephen 115 Murczuk Mary 115 Murczuk WaIterT 50 Murek Melanue 155 Murus Helene 115 Mushkun Lee 144 152 Mustaras Muss Evan elune 265 Mutchell Marlene 17 Mutrovuc Mulan 158 187 Moberg Karen 170 Moffat Eluzabeth 115 Mohamed Dr Harold 235 Mokwa Cynthua 116 Moldavan Lunda 50 Moluck Muchael 144 Molutor KathIeenS 116 Moll Shurlann 51 Molyneaux MaruonL 116 MONTOYA CARLOS 194 195 Moore Kathy 152 158 163 189 190 191 Moorhead Dr HughS 255 Moran Dr Charles W 236 253 Moran Marulyn 51 Moruarty Kathy 170 Morrusett Ruth 162 Morton Dr JosephC 251 Mosak Mutzu 51 Mryszuk Anna 116 Muchowucz Duane 116 172 Mueller Mr EdwardB 266 Murphy Mrs Helen 262 Murphy Sharon M 51 Muscarello Anna 148 MUSIC DEPARTMENT 254 Muzzey Duane 51 Myers Lylel 51 Myers Marulee 52 Najera Mrs ValeskaS 249 Neal Cleophua 138 Nelson Mrs Helen E 277 1 7 . . . 7 I 7 . u 1 I D 1 . 7 . 7 7 1 . 7 . . 7 7 7 I , . 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I , I . . ,I I . 1 'I - 1 1 1 I 1 7 : ' LEARNING SERVICES STAFF 272 Lease, Linda 158,159,163,189, 190,191 Lebovitz, Helen 223 Lee, Mrs. Karen S. 265 Leengran, Mrs. Jeanine 270 Lehmann, Dr. Wilma H. 246 Leone, Joe 173,176 Lerner, Mrs. Ann 239 Lerner, Dr. Jules 246 LES BALLETS AFRICAINS-ON THEIR TOES 206 Leth, David 84 Leung, Annie 136 Leung, Karen 136 Levin, Miss Marian 265 Levin, Mrs. Shirley 239 Levin, Susan 223 Levin, Terri 150 Levitansky, Dina 1 12 Lewandowski, Marion C. 1 12,143 Lewis, Barbara J. 84 Lewit, Andrea 84 Liberman, Merle 144 LIBRARY 241 LIBRARY SCIENCE 265 LIBRARY STAFF 273 Lie-bow, Mr. Ely 156,247 Lichter, Ronald B. 112 Luenemanru, Dr. William H. 234 Lindseth, Carol 158,189,191 Lunke, Marianne 47 LINGUISTICS CLUB 145 LINGUISTICS DEPARTMENT 252 Lintz, Mike 132,133 Lippau, Sue 170 Liss, Debbie 177 LIST OF APRIL GRADUATES 280 LIST OF AUGUST GRADUATES 25 LIST OF DECEMBER GRADUATES 282 LOCFJSLIO, JOI: 148 Locke, Gaul 113 luockvvoorl, Dr. .Jarrucs R. 267 IAOQHVI, F3011 157 Lolus, Helerw: 113 Lorigeway, Bonnie 1 13 Matayka Jerry 137 MAQEQEMATICS DEPARTMENT Mathias, Robert 1 13 Mattilla, Miss Beatrice 242 Matyasec, Colleen 49 Maximini, Renee 170 Maxwell, Jacqueline 138 May, Dorothy 1 14 Mazzei, Carlye 1 14 McBride, Carol 1 14 McCarthy, Sue 170 McClellan, William 132,133 McCloud, Doris 138 McCreery, Miss Dorothy 240 McDaniel, Monroe 1 14 McDonnell, Mrs. Alice M. 273 McEvoy, Maureen T. 49 McGraw, Patricia 114 McGregor, Mr. James 265 McGuckin, Marie 153 McKendrick, Mrs. Kathleen 242 McLain, Mr. Neal 272 McNeely, Connie 156 McPhee, Patrick 49 McShea, Michael Bernard 1 14 McSherry, Sharon 1 15 McSweeney, Dennis 141,223 McSweeney, Terry 141 Medansky, Mrs. Zelda J. 272 Megow, Sue 49 Meule, Laura 186 Meissner, Mr. David F. 270 Melchior, Mrs. Ann 273 Melendez, John 173,176 Meltzer, Jill 50 M.E.N.C. 153 MENTORS 152 Meres, Cheryl 145 Merkel, Terry 85 Meyer, Betty 184,266 Meyer, Janus L. 85 Meyer, Kathy 143 Meyer, Paul C. 85 Micatka, Margaret 50 Miceli, Gerry 32,133 Michaels, Lewis 86 Michaelson, Linda Lee 50 Michalak, Linda 137 Newell, Gloria 86 NEWMAN CLUB 154 "N EW YEAR'S RESOVOLLJTION 279 Nicosia, Dr. Dolores J. 254 Nielsen, Carolyn 1 16,161,223 Nigro, Danita 52 Nissim-Sabat, Dr. Charles 256 Noel, Mr. Donald 265 Nolde, Karen 1 17 Norinsky, Mrs. Shirley 274 NORTHEASTERN PRINT 156 Novy, Nadeene 169 Nowinski, Bob 176 0 Oakley, Patricia 52 Oas, Richard 141,223 O'Brien, Philip J. 1 17 O'Cherony, Dr. Rosalyn K. 249 O'DonneIl, Mr. John P. 263 O'Donnell, Kathy 177 Oemick, Judith L. 52 Off, Graham 52 O'Gradney, Marty 178 O'Leary, Mr. Brendan 274 Olsen, Carol T. 52,170 Olsen, Mary Ann 117,131 Olshan, Mr. Sanford 246 Olson, Alfhild 144,249 Olson, Mr. Jerry Brooks 267 O'MaIley, Martin 154 ON THEIR TOES -LES BALLETS AFRICAINS 206 ORCHESIS 1 55 ORCHESIS ET. AL. CONCERT 224 O'ReiIly, Linda 53 Ornelas, Mrs. Laverne 244 Ortiz, Eva 162 Orzechowski, Alvin 154 Oscarson, Marty 176 Osucha, Pam 170 Otte, Mrs. Maxine 265 Outten, Silena 139 Owen, Phyllis L. 53 Owens, Patricia 53 P Pacini, Deanna 53 Padula, Christine L. 53 Pagen, Jeralyn 152 Palmer, Betty G. 86 Palumbo, Janet 189,191 Palumbo, Linda 158,189 Paoletti, Margie 53 Pappalardo, Joanne 54 Pappas, Aphrodite 186 Pappas, Geraldine 1 17 Pappas, James 54 Paradiso, Rick 168 Patricelli, Mr. Anthony 253 Patton, Mrs. Dorothy R. 247 Pavel, LaVerne C. 1 17 Pawchuk, Mr. Basilius 275 PAXTON, TOM -ALL STRUNG UP 197 Peacher, Kathy 132,172,177 Pearce, James 173 Pearlstein, Mrs. Gene S. 2174 Pedroso, Dr. Angelina 169,249 Pelz, Mandel 143 Pemberton, MarifAnn 186 Penzel, Marilyn 70 PEP CLUB 185 Peran, Margaret 117 Perry, Mary 86 Pesce, Gino 176 Peterica, James 54 Peters, Carol 54 Pettinger, Constance 54,134,216 Petty, Mrs. Dolores L. 266 Philbin, Brian 183 Phillips, Mr. Alexander 244 Phillips, Irma Jean 1 18 Phillips, Mrs. Jeanne P. 275 PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT 255 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 266 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT STAFF 275 PHff52CAL EDUCATION MAJORS PHYSICAL HEALTH CLUB 159 PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 255 Pientowski, Lori 140 Pierce, Linda 170 Pieschman, Pat 132 Pitts, Dr. Griff D. 237 PLACEMENT OFFICE 241 Plummer, Lesley 118 Podgers, Jenni 132 Podgers, Jennifer 171 Podolsky, Mrs. Anne 277 Podolsky, Michele 1 18 Poglitsch, Mr. George R. 245 Polishak, Elaine 11 ,140 POLITICAL SCIENCE AND SEQNOVICS DEPARTMENT POM POM GIRLS 186 Pomerantz, Mrs. Evelyn 277 Poorman, Dr. Richard O. 234 Pope, Gloria 148 Porges, Mrs. Anah 275 Portenlanger, John 143 Poskozim, Dr. Paul 173,256 Post, Howard 1 18 Poszewanyk, Alex 86 Potaniec, Linda 54 Poulos, Debra 55 Poulos, Tom 176 Powers, Patricia 55 Pradella, Alexandra A. 153,171 Pradun, Luba 118 PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ- JAZZMEN TEA AND TRUMPETS 205 Prestel, Donna 170 Prezkota, John 163,183 Price, Louise 55 Priola, John 132 Prokes, Marguerite 161,223 Proszowski, Phyllis J. 55,143 Prueske, Dr. Eleanor 266 Przytula, Miss Irene A. 275 PSI CHI HONOR SOCIETY 160 PSgg8HOLOGY DEPARTMENT PUELHC INFORMATION OFFICE Puckett, Woody 135 PURCHASING OFFICE 241 Pusateri, Joseph Paul 1 19 Quintana, Orlando 166 Qutub, Dr. Musa 256 R Rader, Dr. William 263 Radtke, Nanette 158 Raffaelli, Phil 158,159,163 Ramiez, Pablo 166 Rankin, Curt 187 Rappaport, Dr. David 264 Ray, John 86 Read, Carole S. 142 RECORDS OFFICE 275 REGlSTRAR'S OFFICE 242 Regula, Sandy 162 Reidy, Michael 87 Reilly, Leandra 184 Reilly, Leo 158,180,191 Remmet, Helle 155,177 Ressman, Laura B. 55 Reyes, Herman 132 Reynolds, Dr. Audrey 145 Reynolds, Mrs. Margaret 272 Reznik, Edith 55 Richardson, Mr. Jack, Jr. 252 Richter, Ginger 56 Riegler, Patricia 56 Riesen, Mari 223 Rinaldi, Eugene S. 87,132 Rinchiuso, Aurelia J. 1 19 RIP VAN WINKLE 218 Risberg, Phyllis 119 Rito, Jan 56 Rivera, Bonifacio Jr. 87 Rivera, Mike 136 Rizik, Dr. James 255 Rizzo, Terry 176 Roberts, Glen 168 Roberts, Sue 132 Robeson, LaVerne 139 Rotiglgson, Ann Lorraine 1 19,131, ROCK OF AGES -WILDERNESS ROAD 204 Rockwell, Tom 176 Roden, Ephraim 1 19 Rodriguez, Jose 166 Roman, Mitch 173 Ronan, Dan 173 Rontal, Benjamin 56 Rose, Miss Susan 246 Rosen, Eden 152,160 Rosen, Norma B. 1 19 Rosenbaum, Pepi 56 Rosenberg, Arlene 56,185 Rosenblum, Cary 120 Rosenkranz, Karen 145 Rosenthal, Larry 132 Rosenthal, Dr. Vin 258 Roshinski, Gerald 87 Rosner, George M. 120 Ross, Lynn 155,158,163,184,191 Rosset, Leah 120 Roth, Mr. Raymond 241 Rothbardt, Mrs. Marlene 264 Rothgery, Barbara 57 Rotman, Miss Sheila 241 Rottman, Jim 132 Roudebush, Scott 157 Rovner, Mrs. Shirleff 277 Rozanski, Norbert 32 Rubin, Howey 132 Rubino, Frank 57,136 Ruff, Betty 164 Ruiz, Ivan 166 Ruiz, Nilda 223 Russell, Carol 132,163,171 Russell, Dr. Henry 249 Rutkowski, Barbara 57 Ruzicka, Betty J. 57 S Sabin, Dr. Arthur J. 251 Sachek, Bill 168 Sachs, Dr. Jerome 233,234 Sack, Richard A. 87 Ryan, Jim 183 Sager, Beverly 57 Saiet, Mr. Ronald A. 272 Sakai, Diane 57 Salario, Dr. lsadore 178 Salton, Randy 120,188 Salvino, Mary Lynn 120 Samchyshyn, Mr. Miroslav 249 Sanders, Mike 132 Sandler, Arnie 150,163 Santore, Margaret 58 Sargis, Rena 58 Sarna, Celeste 90,143 Saul, Bonnie 120,152 Sawa, Stan 143 Sax, Debbie 161 Scales, Dr. Eldridge 235 Scannell, Jim 188 Scarborough, Reginald 121,138 Schak, Sue 158, 84 Schauf, Sister Grace 162 Schick, Mary 136 Schiff, Al 187 Schioniger, Karen 58 Schmitz, Maureen 121 Schneider, Joan L. 121,142,144 Schneider, Kathy 58 Schneider, Margaret 58 Schneider, Mr. Seymour 241,265 Schori, Nick 187 Schroeder, Sue 158,191 Schroeder, Mr. Werner C. 271 Schultz, Susan 58,169 Schwab, Carole 59,177 Schwandt, Carol 121 Schwartz, Phyllis 180 Schwartz, Ron 188 Scott, Cynthia 158,180,184 SECONDARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 267 SECURITY OFFICE 242 Segedin, Mr. Leopold B. 245 Seigel, Mr. Don M. 252 Sellinger, Dot 132 Serczyk, Kathy 170 Serwa, Bernie 152,170 Setze, Dr. Leonard A. 131,264 Shaffer, Myra 59,131 Sharp, Mrs. Grace 271 Shea, Miss Kathleen 239 Sheade, Marla 150 Shear, Anethel 59,131 Sheehan, Mrs. Nancy 271 Sherman, Virginia 121,144 Shields, Tom 90 Short, Tim 59 Siczko, David S. 90 Sidhu, Mrs. Nancy 257 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 171 SIGMA TAU SIGMA 172 Silensky, Jennifer 142 Silverman, Judd M. 90 Silverman, Susan 142 Silverstein, Dr. Sanford 260 Silvon, Therese 59 Simko, Alexandra 131 Simons, Gussie 121,164 Simpson, Alice 122 Singh, Mr. Hari 270 Sipiera, Paul P. 90,163,173 Sithole, Mr. Elkin M. 264 Sivin, Margi 150 Skaleski, Gary 59,160 Skiera, Lois E. 60,132 Skvarla, Mr. Melvyn 238 Slapinski, Jonell M. 60 Slater, Mrs. Leida 235 Smietana, Diane 145 Smith, Agnes 171 Smith, Miss Ann E. 235 Smith, Bennie 139 Smith, Cynthia 122 Smith, Marjorie M. 60 Smith, Mr. P. Craig 251 Sochen, Dr. June 251 SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 260 Soemo, Gloria L. 122 Sojka, Susan 60 Soprych, James 173 Soriano, Blanca E. 90 Sorkin, Marshall 150 Sortino, Marilyn J. 91 Sotonoff, Morris 60 SPAN AWARDS NIGHT 223 Sparks, George S. 60 Spager, Caryn 158,159,186,189, SPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 268 SPEECH DEPARTMENT 260 Speller, Mr. William 139,240 Spence, Suzann 122 Spetch, Miss Ruth M. 274 Spetch, Mr. William B. 238 Spillman, Ben 91 SPIRITS OF BLACKNESS 213 Spitzeh, Linda 122 SPORTS 175 ' Springmeyer, David C. 61 Sprogis, leva 131 Sroka, Greg 132 STAGE PLAYERS 161 Stalmah, Linda 61 Stamas, Dene 122 Stamps, Dr. Charles H. 241 Stasica,.Margaret E. 61 Stasiewski, Helen 142 Staubitz, Diane 61 Stavarakas, Joanne 91 Steck, Linda 132 Stecker, Nancy 123 Steigman, Dr. Martin J. 269 Stein, Marshall 61 Steiner, Muriel 91 Steinman, Al 176 Stefani, Lori 141 Stella, Charles Jr. 61,143 Stermer, Susan 123,158,191 Sternard, Linda Marie 62 Stevens, Dr. Humphrey K. 264 Stevens, Janet 123 Stewart, Kathy 132,172 Stewart, Mr. William R. 261 Stoklosa, Marilyn 154 Stolle, Ronald H. 62 Stone, Bruce 188 Straussberger, Dean 137 Straz, Mrs. Helen A. 240 Struc, Ihor I. 62 Stubits, Therese 161 STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 162 STUDENT GOVERNMENT 163 STUDENT TEACHING OFFICE 242 Sturgeon, Paula 123 Sufrin, Deborah 62 Suhajda, Vince 62 Sullivan, Mark 188 Sullivan, Maureen 62 Suma, Brenda S. 91 SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 242 SUZUKI-ALL STRINGS ATTACHED 200 Sveyda, James 173 Svoboda, Mr. Wayne N. 256 Swanson, Mrs. Ruth M. 274 Sweeney, Marilyn 63 SWIMMING TEAM 187 Switaj, Claudia A. 123,144,177 SWITCHBOARD STAFF 275 Syverson, Rich 173 Szafalowicz, Steve 132 Szeszol, John M. 123 Szyklik, Ed 223 Szymczak, Pat 160,163 T Tabb, Roy Edward 138 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 Taft, Peggy 139 Tamura, Rosemarie 124,180,184 Tarshis, Neal 157 TALJ KAPPA EPSILON 173 Taub, Ester 124 Taylor, Claudie 91 Taylor, Rosalyn 139 Teitelbaum, Bonnie 92 Temkin, Mr. David 258 Temple, Karen 124 Tennen, Gregory 138,178 TENNIS TEAM 188 Norman 1 Thomas, 39 Thomas, Princess 162 Thomas, Roberta 92 Thomas, Rubbie 138,92 Thompson, Dr. Glen 269 Thompson, Judee 186 Thompson, Kirrill 162 Thornton, Avis L. 63 Thrash, Pat 132 I AGE 288 Thulin, Ken 183 Timm, Richard D. 63 Tiritilli, Frank 176 Tomasone, Francine 63 Toppel, Mrs. Lilian 277 Tornabene, Marietta A. 124 Torp, William R. 92 Torres, Chuck 166 Trenery, Mr. Frank E. 265 Trzcinski, Mrs. Penny 238 Tucholski, Judith M. 63 Tuzar, Dr. Jaroslav 253 TWENTY-ONE PLUS CLUB 164 Tylus, John 63 Tyson, Deborah 139 U Ubides, Lourdes 158,189,190 UKRAINIAN CLUB 165 Ulalnsfk, Mary Beth 64,158,189, Ulanowicz, Janet 185 Uranek, Maureen 173 UNION FOR PUERTO RICAN STUDENTS 166 Urso, Bruce 161 Uzarowski, Ursula 92 V Vainikas, Peter 140 Vaisvilas, Karen 170 Valente, Michael E. 124 Valverde, Carmen 64,140,158,170 Van Dyke, Roger 132 Vardow, Maria 172 Varophas, Mr. Kusol 257 VAIQ7S3ITY BASKETBALL TEAM Vassalla, Mike 137 Velen, Cherie 64 Velissaris, Chris 124 Verbillion, Dr. June M. 247 Verner, Kent 178 Verre, Mario 125 Vestuto, Suzanne 162 Vetos, Will 183 Vittenson, Dr. Lillian K. 269 Vogel, Mr. Mitchell 263 Vokurka, Mr. Edward 236 Vranek, Maureen 170 W Waechter, Dr. John 266 Wagner, Cliff 163 Waldrop, Miss Leslie A. 241 Walker, Dr. Sue Sheridan 251 Walker, Susan 64 Walker, Dr. Robert J. 261 Wallace, Margaret 264 Wallie, Mr. Alan 245 Walner, Mrs. Dorette 142,249 Walsh, John T. 92 Walsh, Mary 170 Walther, Susan E. 125 Wapole, Gayle 161 Ware, Mrs. Gussie M. 262 Washington, Rita 64,135,216 Wasserstrom, Martin 140 Watts, Lorraine 138 Wdowiarz, Terry 93 Webber, Cheryl 161,223 Weich, Mrs. Jean 270 Weich, Sally 132 Weiler, Lois Anne 125,153 Weinberg, Beverly 125,164 Weiner, Dr. Louis 253 Weisman, Barbara Ann 125 Weiss, Robin 64 Weldon, Gail 158,159,189 Welles, Dolores Worley 65 Wells, IVlary Pat 65 Welty, Dr. Paul S. 257 Wen, Li H. 125 Wendell, Mr. Ronald 239 Wengerski, Betty 137 Wengerski, Maryann 65 Wenglowskyj, Peter 65 Wenzlaff, Dr. Richard D. 254 Wetzell, Mary Lou 125 Whalen, Maureen 186 Wharton, Jacqueline 65 White, Mrs. Dorothy L. 265 White, Glenn 183 Whitehead, John 138 Wiedemann, Mrs. Friederike 249 Wiercinski, Dr. Floyd J. 246 Widen, Dr. Irwin 269 Wilczynski, Marlene 136,140,153 154 WILDERNESS ROAD-ROCK OF AGES 204 Williams Candy 137 Williams, James 178 Williams, Mike 138 Williams, Teddy 93,138 Williams, Yvonne 131,139 Wilnewic, Linda 172 Wilson, Antoinette 93 Wilson, Joan 65 Winkler, Theodore 65 Winston, Mrs. Barbara 143 Winters, Mr. Robert H. 272 Wischler, Carl David 65 Wischnia, Barbara 158,190 Wisniewski, Tom 177 Wisse, Evelyn 126 Witt, Linda 93 Witzmann, Mrs. Audrey 262 Wlodarek, Donna 170 Wnek, Sandra J. 126 Wodzinski, Barbara 126 Wojcik, Dorothy J. 66 Wojcik, Ken 132 Wojcik, Wayne 132 Wolf, Joe 132 Wolff, Fred Pach 66 Wolinski, Christine 66 Woloshin, Ellen 66 WOMEN'S INTER-COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL TEAM 189 WOMEN'S INTER-COLLEGIATE GYMNASTIC TEAM 184 WOMEN'S INTER-COLLEGIATE SOFTBALL TEAM 190 WOMEN'S INTER-COLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL TEAM 191 Wood, Mike 132 Y Yagnisis, Tom 141,223 YARBROUGH, GLENN-A STRING OF BALLADS 196 Yochim, Mr. Maurice 245 Young, Charles 126 Z Zaccone, Nancy 66 Zajczenko, Maria 170 Zakin, Joseph R. 93,158 Zale, Glenn 132 Zatz, Linda J. 126 Zegger, Dr. Robert 251 Ziagos, -Mr. Gus 159,240 Zielinski, Bob 132 Zieman, George 173 Zientek, Danuta 66 Zierk, Wendy 155,180,184 Zimmerman, Mrs. Berniece 237 Zographos, Mrs. Lola 272 Zoltek, Sue 143 Zucek, Mike 132 Zukerman, Sherrie Sue 93 Zurek, David R. 126 Zuwalski, Diane 126 Zvolner, Stepher M. 66 Zwiersko, Al 132 1 J ' ., A . 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