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The new student heard that word everywhere he went during that first week-New Students Week. He heard it from his new room- mates as he arrived with his overflowing boxes and suitcases. He heard it from the faculty at his first orientation meeting. He heard it from the upperclassmen. That week was filled with activities! All the tests the new student took left him feeling rather brain-washed, but he man- aged to find enough strength to explore his new "home" and to iust "gala" with his newly acquired friends. He found plenty of time for socializing, too. The Welcome Square Dance left him huffing and puffing, but he enioyed it. Church and dorm open houses, as well as mixers, provided numer- ous opportunities for meeting his fellow students. He could see movies or go shop- ping in DeKalb for sweat-shirts and other evidences of college life. The Registration Dance made him realize that it meant the end of one care-free week and the beginning of four years of hard work, but by then he felt as though he were really a part of N.l.U. He began to look forward to the studies, as well as the fun. ' ' :ew Now let's see. From here we go to Ad. 214 and then to the library, or are we supposed to go to the library tirst? This is more like itl There is still a chance to take advantage of some leisure time before the work of the semester descends upon the campus. The notorious I.D. photographs are taken during Registration Week. Where did he learn to take pictures? Registration is a confusing and tiring ordeal through which all students must go in order to receive an education, and an N.l.U. student is no exception. It seemed as if there was no end to the lines in which the Northern student found himself, and these lines only brought him work and trouble. The line in which he paid the registration fees made his bank account disappear in a few seconds. After a long wait in another line, he was forced to pose for o "flatter- ing" photograph, commonly known as an I.D. picture. The various colored cards which he received in the next line called for his name and address over and over again. lf he was lucky, he was able to get the class cards he wanted, but otherwise he was forced to take any section that was available. When he had all his class cards ond he had finally completed registration, he headed for the Student Union. Here he ioined an even longer line and waited for a much-needed cup of coffee. He was certainly glad that classes were beginning, for there never seemed to be any lines to get into classes. He gave a sigh of relief as he realized that registra- tion was over for another semester. English 336 is closed. What am I going to take in place of it? Business ll0 is open: I wonder if l can make it to the Registrar's Office before it closes? Chow time at last! Registering builds up a whooping appetitel K 6'l5'7Rfl7l0N W EK 1 Margaret and Marilyn Miller, Julie Emro and Jackie Bryan receive punch from Louise Walters in Williston Hall at the Big-Little Sister Tea. The Big-Little Sister Tea, sponsored an- nually bythe Associated Women Students, is held in the living room of Williston Hall one Sunday afternoon at the beginning of each semester. At the tea all incoming freshman women are introduced to their "big sisters," who are upperclass women. Every freshman receives a personal invita- tion to attend the tea. The purpose of this event is to acquaint the 'Freshman women with the campus, various members of the administration, and other members of their own class. Fil- ing through a reception line, they meet the dean of women, the dormitory directors and omcers, and the officers ofthe A.W.S. ,-. mlm. r4L'7lVl7l55' B 6'llV ONCZ' AWIIN Something new was added to this year's annual ac- tivities carnival-the name, "Bazaarnival." Sponsored by the Associated Women Students, the bazaarnival introduced new and former students to the activities of various clubs and organizations on campus. Shirley White, A.W.S. activities chairman, and her committees chose the name "Bazaarnival" because it typified the atmosphere of a carnival and a bazaar. Organizations which wanted to participate were in- vited to sign up in the Dean of Women's office. On Wednesday, October i, the groups set up their booths in the Still Gymnasium. At 7:30 P.M. the bazaarnival began. The themes depicted were varied and many. Cash prizes were awarded to the three best displays. The booths were judged for effectiveness in stating the organization's purpose, cleverness and originality of ideas, and attractiveness. First prize went to the Fine Arts Guild. People passing their booth were given a chance to show their artistic ability by working in such proiects as fingerpainting and sculpturing. Orrin Peterson assures questioning onlookers that the solution won't explode. Alpha Phi Omega spreads laughs and propaganda celebrating its 30th anniversary. f' Queen Jean Bend! and King Tony Bufalo enioy their royal fling at the Coronation Dance! Shining young faces reflect the excitement of par- ticipating in the crowning of a king and queen. fl0M 0M IV6' 7958 Homecoming, 1958, now belongs to history, but like many other past Homecomings, this celebration holds special memories for every student who spent his spare hours working on float decora- tions, a planning committee, or in football practice. Many gallons of midnight and early morning oil were burned, and many hours of sleep were sacrificed-never to be regained. Nevertheless, any student who was asked replied "lt was worth it!" This year the snake dance was wilder, the bonfire bigger, and the parade longer than ever before. Nearly 12,000 students, alumni, parents, faculty, and friends crowded onto Northern's campus that October weekend as N.l.U. put aside education for the three-day celebration. True to tradition, the weekend got under way with a snake dance that found its way into most of the popular gathering places usually occupied by weary students looking for relaxation. Then the serpent-like procession raced back to campus and finally ended around the roaring bonfire beyond the field house. The Homecoming King and Queen, Tony Bufalo and Jean Bendt, were crowned the following evening at the "Commercially Speak- ing" Coronation Ball and, together with their court, they reigned over the three-day celebration. Twenty-seven decorated floats and cars passed the reviewing stand to form the biggest Homecoming parade in Northern's history. Elaborate and colorful floats based on the theme, "Commercially Speaking," were featured in the huge parade that rambled down Lincoln Highway for nearly two hours. In the afternoon the football squad almost pulled the upset of the season, and no one was dis- appointed by the narrow defeat. Sunday found visitors and alumni passing through the campus they once called their own, and students returned to the books that had been forgotten for three hectic and happy days. This sea of heads indicates the popularity of the Homecoming dance. Candidates for king and queen were, seated: Karen Edlund, .lean Bendt, Rita Ledowski, Marilyn Marcis, Dottie Wimble, ,lan Pel- letier. Back row: Tony Bufalo, Roger Sargeant, Larry Gentry, Gene Patrizi, Ken Weik. Mike Morris is not pictured. fs' -uZsA f" H014 75' H014 75, fl0t475'! Pi Kappa Phi fraternity and Alpha Omicron Pi sorority were awarded the first-place trophy in the doubles division for their float entitled "Movies are Better than Ever-As Seen at the Egyptian." Theta Kappa Phi fraternity and Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority received second place for "We'll Send Central to the Land of Sky Blue Waters," and Delta Zeta and Sigma Kappa received third place for "Beating Central is like Sleeping on a CIoud." ln the singles division, Kappa Delta sorority received first place for "Say it with Flowers." Wesley Foundation took second place with the "Pause that Refreshes." The Home Economics Club re- ceived first place in the car division with "First in Fashion with Northern." The winner of the house decorations award was Clark House at 3l7 Locust, with "Huskies Have GO Power." "Movies are better than ever" ttopt won top honors for Pi Kappa Phi and Alpha Omicron Pi. The Home Economics Club entered "First in Fashion with Northern" tleftt. "We'll Send Central to the Land of Sky Blue Waters" fbottomt was entered by Theta Kappa Phi and Sigma Sigma Sigma. "The Pause that Refresh:-rs" placed second in the singles competition for the Wesley Foundation. Alpha Psi Epsilon urged that Northern, "Give Central a Hard-Shell Finish." -1' " We tlwttl, , Queen Jean Bend! and King Tony Bufalo are all smiles as they reign over the festivities. The Industrial Arts Club mourns the passing of their prize-winning float of 1957! Delta Zeta and Sigma Kappa won third place in the doubles division with, "Beating Central is like Sleep- ing on a Cloud." "Nl Has Go Power" say the residents of Clark house, 317 Locust. l Kappa Delta won first place in the singles division l with "Say it with Flowers." fl0M OMIN6 R0 AZ W The King and Queen ride onto the football field to be received by their loyal subiects! Members of the happy court were Roger Sorgeant, Karen Edlund, Rita Ledowski, and Larry Gentry. The court is completed by Marilyn Marcis, Ken Weik, Dottie Wimble, Gene Patrizi, and Jan Pelletier. Missing, Mike Morris. .- 'M r A Huskie gallops around end on a play during the Homecoming game. Di that craz line! The band really went all out 9 Y in preparation for the half-time ceremonies i 1 fi WHAT fl 6.4M ! Northern's Huskies narrowly missed pulling the upset of the i958 football season on Homecoming Saturday. The Huskies dropped the hard-fought game 32-23 to the undefeated Chippewas of Central Michigan College. An inspired NIU eleven took the opening kick-ali, marched 82 yards in nine plays, and scored. Butch Hansen car- ried the ball for the final 22 yards. Central quickly retaliated as Jerry O'Neil ran around end for 49 yards and a touchdown. Lou Flinn provided the only scoring in the second period when he kicked a 31-yard goal. It was only the third field goal kicked by a Northern player in the past "Welcome N.l. Grads and Visitors." Northern fans concentrate on the game. 12 years. The boot gave the Huskies a 9-6 half-time lead. Northern took off again and scored quickly, with the payoff play being an i8-yard pass from Flinn to Tony Durante. Flinn converted and NIU lead 16-6. ln the third quarter, Walter Beach took a handolit and sped 68 yards through most ofthe Huskie defenders to make the score 'I6-13. The following kickoff was fumbled away by the hosts, and Central took over on the Huskie one-yard line to score again. Beach again scored in the final period on a one-yard plunge follow- ing a 56-yard run with an intercepted pass. The Nlettes add a feminine touch during half-time ceremonies. 5 7 The sfreel dance, in lronl of the Ad. Building, was iusl a warm-up for the snake dance laler in lhe evening. The bonfire is a traditional highlight of Home- coming weekend. The Homecoming Commillee included, first row: Vicki Orzehowski, Barb Johnson, Marian Heminaver, Annette Miller, Bev Cler, Max Trivelli, Charlolle Jaeger, Barb Pelcel. Cenler row: Jan Groebe, Karen Edlund, Claire BeGuhn, Ann Theiss, Miss Caryl Turner. Back row: Mr. Richard Keefer, Dave Taylor, Earl Falk, Don Reagan, John Fanselaw, Gordy Wood, Ron Kauppinen, Dr. William Froom, Dr. Mark Dean. labsenl-Rila Thomasonl Gather 'round folks! The snake dance is aboul lo forml The Chicago Symphony Orchestra takes a bow after its concert in the main auditorium on November second. PZEASANT ll57EWlN6' Sigma Alpha Iota, the national professional music sorority, presented its 'fall musicale on Sunday, the 9th of November. The musicale program consisted of works by Bach, Leoncavallo, Schumann and several con- temporary composers. The previous Sunday the first event on the Artist- Lecture series calendar featured the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Walter Hendel. The symphony performed compositions by Beethoven, Men- , delssohn and Tschaikowsky. Both events drew enthusiastic audiences of students to demonstrate that college students enjoy and appreci- ate the classics. A trio from Sigma Alpha lota composed of June Opatrny, Rosalie Johnson, and Joyce Stralow per- formed for the Musicale. Some of tl1e members of Sigma Alpha lota participate in the Musicale. 25 Marietta Sadlock and Howard Dill accompanied by Charles Baker blend their voices during a faculty recital. F!lL'0l77 AND 5' UDENT R 6171415 Each graduating music maior is required to give a recital sometime during his senior year. These recitals are scheduled throughout the year to give students and faculty members an opportunity to enioy a program of classical music. Faculty members are also encouraged to give recitals during the course of the school year for the benefit of the student body and other faculty members. The Swen Parson Trio was initiated several years ago in order to provide chamber music for those who enioy it, and each year the Trio gives several excellent con- certs. The Swen Parson Trio is composed of William Moffatt celllst Lois Gauger pianist: and Frank Beezhold, violinist. Lois Gauger takes ci bow after her piano recital. Doug Hynds, Gene Doretti, .Ioan Dufresne, and .lack Fitzgerald re-enact a scene from "Ah Wilder- nessl" fl!! WIZDERNB' ! ltopl A scene from "Ah Wilderness" which takes place in the Miller home. lbottoml Doug Hynds eyes Dottie Lipinski in his role as Arthur Miller. "Ah Wilderness!" a comedy by Eugene O'NeiIl was performed through the Speech Department on Novem- ber 13 and l4 in the Ad. Building auditorium before a packed house. The story could have been called a domestic comedy in which O'Neill reminisces about family life in 1906. The production was directed by Mr. Dale Jeffryes of the speech department who was assisted by Mr. Ray- mond Wilderman and Mr. James Vincent. The cast was comprised of .lack Fitzgerald, Carol Hakala, Doug Hynds, Robert Engstrom, Carol Osterman, Larry Jeffryes, Mike Dolan, Lou Huggins, Robert Ferrero, Dorothy Lipinski, William Schaeffer, Joan Dufresne, Barbara Stevens, Gene Doretti, and John Glidden. 27 Mr. Arthur A. Jakobi was crowned king of the Dad's Day festivities by President Holmes during halftime ceremonies. DAD3' DAY There were three "big" events on the Dad's Day schedule this year. Perhaps the biggest event for the students and alumni was the upset victory for the foot- ball eleven as they defeated Southern by a score of 17 to 7. lt was the last game of the season, but un- doubtedly the best one. Another highlight of the day was the crowning of Mr. Arthur A. Jakobi of Berwyn as the Dad of the Day. The third and probably the biggest event of the day was the laying of the cornerstone of the new Fine Arts Adams Hall was the scene of one of the Dad's Day banquets. Ban- quets were also held in Williston and Neptune Halls. building and the resident hall proiect. President Holmes and the heads of the Fine Arts, Speech and Music de- partments, Dr. John Carey, Dr. William O'Connell and Dr. Maurice Weed, participated in the ceremonies that dedicated the 51,500,000 building. During the cere- monies a copper box, containing copies of university catalogs, student publications, and pictures of the ground breaking ceremonies was sealed in the corner- stone of the building. Town Girls held their banquet for the Dads in the Student Union. -ml-Nm-hp LE milgmmnk' i Fireside chats are held in all of the residence halls throughout the scholastic year at Northern, but the greater per- centage of them are held during Religious Emphasis Week, the week of November i6-22 this year. There were nearly 20 chats held during that week, in the resi- dence halls and in a dozen or more pri- vate homes that house students. The theme of this year's Religious Emphasis Week was "Answers Without Questions." During the week representa- tives of all faiths had an opportunity to address and to chat with students of their own and other faiths. The University Re- ligious Council sponsors this annual event on the NIU campus. . R Williston Hall is the scene of many tireside chats. 6914 75' AND A LWNCER7 One of the most active groups in the Music Depart- ment is the Concert Choir. This group tours area high schools and churches, in addition to performing concerts at various University events. Although the Concert Choir is under the auspices of the Music Department, the maiority of the members are not music maiors. The choir is mainly composed of stu- dents from all departments who enioy singing. Mem- bership in the group is by audition only. Dr. Vernon Fay is the director of the Concert Choir. Everyone tunes up for the choir concert. I don't know what you call this game, but it sure is fun! i l l Always keep your eye an the ball-and your mouth shut! W.R.!l. 0-R L' N 6:77 The Women's Recreation Association sponsors a co-rec night each semester in order to provide students with an opportunity to meet new friends. Co-rec night was held February 20 in Still Gym. Jan Gerrettse was chairman, and this semester the event drew an impressive crowd of students eager to have fun. Activities that students could participate in were volleyball, badminton, and table tennis. Instruction was given in the use of the trampoline. Co-rec night is always a pleasant break in the daily routine of studying and gives students a chance to exer- cise their muscles instead of their brains. l Up and over! That return may be good for o point. 30 '77 k...-HH CHR 5' 7Mv4.S' 00 EN Northern's 1958 Christmas Queen Barbara Bach receives the royal robe. Some 38 freshmen took part in the Christmas pageant, "The Last Room." The six freshman girls who planned the Christmas program were Pat Hall, Ann Gayer, Susan Sachtleben, Virgene Zickuhr, Jean Ben- nett, and Melanie Babich. The Christmas Court included Sue Allison, Margot Larsen, Sherry Vreuls, Queen Barbara Bach, Gayle Garden, Shirly Posson, and Judy Hallman. The second annual Northern Illinois University Christmas program, presented by A.W.S., highlighted the l958 campus holiday activities. The program, sponsored entirely by the freshman women, began in the University Auditorium. E. A. .lohnson's nativity pageant, entitled "The Last Room," was presented. Immediately following the pageant, President Leslie A. Holmes threw the switch which lighted the thirty- foot campus Christmas tree. The seven Christmas queen candidate finalists- Sue Allison, Barbara Bach, Gayle Garden, Judy Holl- man, Margo Larson, Judy Possun, and Sherry Vruels- stood on the steps of the Swen Parson Library to await the crowning. Barbara Bach was crowned queen and was presented with a bouquet. After the coronation, groups of students went carol- ing and concluded a happy evening with refreshments in Neptune Hall. :dx Professor 1. Hal Connor was the in- structor of Northern's first telecourse. "0 ' . ,ful 1.21. Wrin- 2-1-'1,.'.V 51. ,- we t. .. 2. - .N ':.',1- fs ' 4:2-14555: Tri MW "JL .5 Fil W .,. 'ZW' M ii Mr. Connor receives last-minute instructions from the program director, Jack Mazzie. NYG!! fl Wil TV For the first time in Northern's history, students were able to earn university credit through courses offered on television. The initial telecasts began on February llth on WREX-TV and WNBQ-TV. Over WREX-TV, the uni- versity offered the course entitled "Grammar and Con- temporary Usage," a three-semester-hour course at the iunior level with Professor J. Hal Connor, of the English Department, as the instructor. The classes were half an hour long and were broadcast three times a week. A course in "Atomic and Nuclear Physics" began at the same time over WNBQ-TV from Chicago. Students who enrolled in this course received three hours credit in Physical Science 451. Dr. John E. Bower, associate professor of physical science, served as the advisor for students enrolled in the NIU service area. Professor Harvey White of the University of California was the instructor for the physics telecourse over the NBC net- work. Students enrolled in each of the courses were required to take mid-semester and final examinations on the NIU campus. Northern's telecourse is on the airl This is the director's view of the program. Iii? Finals week is that week at the end of each semester that everyone looks forward to with much anxiety and relief-anxiety as to the outcome of courses and relief that the last week of the semester has finally arrived. Sleep during that week is a privilege of the elite, and books are "poured over" as frantic students cram for final exams. Cat- naps are taken whenever there are a few spare minutes and coffee is consumed by the gallon. But when exams are over for another semester, everyone agrees that finals week wasn't so bad after all. 5 , a',, ff T' i 2.1! FINA!! AND THE MARDI 61645 Dig that crazy couple! One couple came dressed as the tea room floor. Everyone wants a balloon! The Mardi Gras, sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon, was held this year on February 28th in Still Gym. The Mardi Gras is an annual costume dance that began six years ago. Each couple attending usually wears a cos- tume, although it is not required. Music was provided by the Nl Dance Band. Rich Sheridan was the chairman of the Mardi Gras. Members of his committee were: Bob Harmon, Terry McCubbin, Bob Mack, Jerry Fiordelisi, and Conrad Rosetti. 33 WINTER CYIRIVIWII KAnnii Du ' l,.V - w an AND DA DELTA ,?' - , PRESENT WlIlNUEl1LAND" 1. 'N Pi Kappa Phi fraternity and Kappa Delta sorority cap- tured first place with their production entitled, "Water Wonderland." The Winter Carnival court included Marilyn Marcis, Bev Cler, Maureen Kieca, sophomore attendant, Nancy Marcis, freshman attendant, 1959 queen, Kay Piazza, 1958 queen, Karen Edlund, Dottie Peterson, Kathy Rakoski, and Carol Schuemon. 34 Kay Piazza shrieks loyously as she is crowned queen of Northern's . 1959 Winter Carnival by Karen . Edlund, last year's queen. ' v This year's Winter Carnival was bigger and better than ever before. Although the basic reason for the carnival was for everyone to have some winter fun, an- other purpose of the carnival was to raise money for the University Center fund. And raise money the stu- dent body didl Over 51,200 was collected for the fund from more than 5,000 students, parents, and alumni who crowded the field house on January 17. Actually, the festivities began on Friday, January 16, with an all-school skating party on the pond. That evening, the Coronation Dance was held in Still Gym. During the dance Kay Piazza was crowned queen of the 1959 Winter Carnival by last year's queen, Karen Edlund. Members of the court included Marilyn Marcis, Bev Cler, Maureen Kieca, sophomore attendant, Nancy Marcis, freshman attendant, Dottie Peterson, Kathy Ra- koski, and Carol Schueman. Pi Kappa Phi fraternity and Kappa Delta sorority won the first place trophy with their production en- titled, "Water Wonderland." Neptune Hall captured first place in the booth competition with their "Hand- writing Analysis" contribution. "Down the Drain" was the show which won second place for Theta Kappa Phi fraternity and Delta Zeta sorority. Alpha Psi Omego's dramatic production entitled "A French Farce" received third place in show division. The committee that made the i959 Winter Carnival possible included: lseatedl Eileen DeMichaeIs, Madeleine Maurey, Glenda Smedley, George Mitchell, Lois Brown, and Terry Bairdg tstandingl Bill Kamin, Tom Rowlee, and Bruce Cash. Not pictured were Jim Kelly and Paula Stephan. ,-4 W - sf QL, 3: .7 .1 :QQ H, W 3 ,,., . 5. .Ga Y I f' J :ggi Tl 1 x .,'Q?e.'if-' ' 1 'HI T Y M s- :fl 113 - T N Q5 um., 3.745953-5 l'f'f'r, 1- ,H H A 23, ' . '- X 1 1: . A57 " X 1 E "I 1 .5 :Lx ' Qfgf, L: , Ju N f ,av -. " .X ' ' ' ' u w ' X .Lab-Q3 n v.' 7, , . -. ..,4: x V F1 ik 17 F9 5 1 ' ' ,J X31 1 I -1 'x n 'r 1, - N H 1 . 1' ,Q 1 1 L I ,W :Il 1 U "V .u , A 'm si? r t f if ygxk lk X r Az ,. - '.-1 ,- -,.71'A d 5 4' ' ,- '-T "-'Qi' , F1 X F Y 2: x .J vga, L ,E gan' 1. r s xr' li V .4 .F : ' r-fp., X' , 0.-, Y X .' AQ 1? if 1 'Ha.f,,F':,? if-Mi. J :Wg T 'V 15, T-Q 'H ' ' HY-S2 "SU-4 LI P . Wil -'Qtr-5 , ,. l 25.831 R . fi I Q 1 llillli X FUR SU B54 Girls and guys gather on the steps of Neptune Hall during the Homecoming weekend. "Willy" Hall really buzzes with activity over Homecoming weekend. JWE EW ,H 'T"!s1 M j-1. 3 1 'l i x .aeix D0 M ZIFE guru c 11 The three women's residence halls house nearly half of the female population of Northern. Williston Hall, called simply "Willy," has stood for over 40 years and houses over 200 fresh- man, sophomore, and iunior women. Miss Carol Troescher and Miss Shirley Davis are the directors for Williston Hall. Adams Hall, which is only iO years old, is one of the favorite dorms on campus. The dormitory directors for Adams are Miss Yvonne Smith and Miss Carolyne Kruse. Neptune Hall is "home" for nearly 480 freshman women. Miss Barbara Marong and Miss Dell Chenoweth, directors of Neptune, try to soften the bumps for freshman women during their first year away from home. The new sign post proclaims to all where Such menial chores as washing and studying are some of the "little" tasks that have to be the senior and iunior women reside. taken care of in the course of a day. ' i gi tl. EW 70WlV WR!! A few moments with a current magazine and then to an evening of study. 40 Everyone takes tive for a quick hand of cards. ln addition to living oft campus and having the privileges and responsibilities which go with this arrangement, the Town Girls have one ot the most active organizations at Northern. Town Girls organization, which is open to any girl living in the town of De- Kalb, sponsors one of the biggest events of the year, Stunt Night. lt also participates in Homecoming, Dad's Day, and the Sadie Hawkins Dance. Town Girls have their own formal, and the girls are active in AWS activities. A maiority of town girls have the benefit of kitchen privileges. The democracy of home living is employed as each girl does her share of the cooking, washing, dusting, and cleaning operations. Most girls also do their own washing and ironing. Home is never home with a sink full of dirty dishes waiting to be washed. Pleasure has its place in the busy life of Gilbert Hall residents. Gilbert Hall, the only men's residence on Northern's campus, has been the home for nearly 3,000 men since its dedication in 1952. The men of Gilbert Hall are a selected group, for they must maintain a "C" grade average. Only 480 of Northern's more than 2,300 men are able to live in University housing. The hall provides a mixture of the academic, the social, and the athletic, during the course of a school year. The residents participate in Homecoming and hold a winter formal, spring informal, and ex- change dinners with the women's residence halls. Many Gilbert Hall men take part in intramural football, baseball, and basketball. The director of Gilbert Hall is William H. Hossick. Some find studying in the lounge more to their liking. D0 M lll-'E' The white pillars of Gilbert Hall identify the home of nearly 480 Northern men. 39 Since Northern's single residence hall for men houses only 480 of NlU's 2,300 men students, nearly 1,800 men live in private homes in DeKalb and Sycamore. Town men lead a rather independent life in houses in which anywhere from one student to 40 or 50 men reside. Meals prove to be the biggest problem for such persons, but the facilities of the union, the cafeteria, or one of DeKalb's restaurants are avail- able. Some men are fortunate enough to have cooking privileges. Such privileges ease the strain on the wallet but sometimes transfer it to the stomach. Such chores as washing dishes, washing clothes, and ironing take up the spare hours at "home," 70WlV MEN ltopl Three ball in the corner pocketl The town men take time to relax around the pool table. frightl Studying gets the better of a man occasionally. . -vi l When there is nothing else to do, there is always studying. 41 ,Xi l i l 1 K l , 1 xxx!-Z' 1' A s 1 A me ii Li' t 1 1 l Hold still nowp this won't hurt a bit! The College Health Center, under the di- rection of Dr. Otto Keller, was responsible for two very noteworthy events during the past school year. The flu epidemic of October and November, 1957, is history, and the Health Center this year made certain that there would be no re- currence of such an epidemic in 1958. Although free flu shots had been offered by the Center for 13 years, this year was the first that the Center conducted such an intensive publicity program. The other maior event was the moving ofthe Health Center to the new building located on Lucinda Avenue next to the cafeteria. The new building is known officially as the "University Health, Speech and Hearing Service." The building was completed in the fall of 1958, an- other maior step in the University's program to better serve more students. THE H0 AND A CAR Students walking to their classes one November morning were treated to a sight that they will probably never see again. Perched atop the skeleton of what will some day be another residence hall sat a Model T Ford. The car, it was later learned, belonged to Leon Wach, the labor superintendent for the .l. L. Simons Company, one of the contractors working on the new building. As a Halloween gag, the car was put on the steel work, with the help of a crane and the mischievous minds of members of the labor crew. This picture proves that if a car lasts long enough it will eventually get up in the world! 42 'C Bill Deering Ken Swanson, and Marily n Gladstone rehearse a scene from fl DDA 6v4BlfR" The second dramatic pr year was presented March fifth and sixth in the U ' ersity auditorium. The play, "Hedda Gab- mv ler," was directed by Raymond D. Wllderman. The cast included: Judy Geiseman as Hedda Tesman, Bill Deering as George Tesman, Penelope Pearne as Juliana, Marilyn Gladstone as Mrs. Elv- sted, Mary Lou Sand as Berta, Mike Dolan as Judge Black, and Ken Swanson as Eilert Lavberg. Behind the scenes, Mr. Dale Jeffrys was in charge of preparing that angle of the production. Garry Meeker was the student stage manager and Bob Ferrero was his assistant. Lloyd Larson was the house manager and Carol Ahrens was the head usher. Ken Swanson and Marilyn Gladstone go Judy Geiseman, through another scene from "Hedda Gabler." 43 "An Intellectual Endeavor" won tirst place for Alpha Phi Omega fraternity and Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. .S7llN7 NIGHT The thirty-second annual Stunt Night, sponsored by Town Girls, was one of the highlights of the 1958 calendar. The big show was held on March 27-28 in the University Auditorium. Alpha Phi Omega and Alpha Sigma Alpha won the first-place trophy with their act called "An Intellectual Endeavor." Second place in the double-entry division was awarded to Theta Kappa Phi and Alpha Omicron Pi for "Have Gun-Will Shoot." The single group award went to the Flunkies with "Around the World with Alucard and Corki." The Quarteteers won the individual act with their rendition of "Quartet from Rigolettof' The master of ceremonies for the program was Rich Dema. L .-.,-ffgfiv z--72:72-gig V Y Master ot ceremonies for the 1958 edition of Stunt Night was Rich Dema. 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DAN ES' s Kappa DeIta's valentine dance was enioyed by everyone. lbottoml The May Fete dance always draws a packed house. One of the best ways to get ac- quainted on campus or just to have a good time is to go to a dance. And if the students on Northern's campus don't do anything else, they do dance. On an average, two dances are held each week end during the school year, or a total of more than 60 dances. Some of the most important are held in coniunc- tion with Homecoming, the Winter Car- nival, and May Fete. And each resi- dence hall holds several dances during the year. 47 Heave ho menl Backs ached and muscles strained as Tau Kappa Epsilon out-pulled Pi Kappa Phi. M147 PETE Northern's 35th annual May Fete celebration last spring featured a "first" in addition to the many other activities during that weekend. Nearly 1,500 students attended the first all-school picnic to be held on North- ern's campus in coniunction with the May Fete festivities. The picnic took place on the "north 40" on Friday after- noon of May Fete weekend. But this was iust a warmup for the real fun which began at 9:30 the next morning. The first event was the final play-off in the fraternity baseball tournament at the "north 40" and was won by Tau Kappa Epsilon. The TKEs defeated Theta Kappa Phi. Then the scene shifted to the lawn in front of the Science Building where the fraternity and sorority pledge paiama races were held. After the races there was time out for lunch before everyone went to the lagoon to root for his favorite fraternity and sorority in the tug-o'-wars. After the pulls everyone dried off and watched the crowning of the i958 May Fete King and Queen, Ed Cieniawski and Joan Christiansen. Following the coronation was the May Fete program following the theme "lf We Had Our Way." The informal dance at Still Gym marked the end of the perfect weekend. Below and at right, scenes from "lf We Had Our Way-It Would Be a Cold Day in Hell," the winning act of Pi Kappa Phi and Sigma Sigma Sigma. The girls take a fling at rope pulling as the actives defeated their pledges. May Fete's traditional horseplay, the tug-o'- wars, were conducted as usual over the lagoon. The defending champions, Pi Kappa Phi, were de- feated by a stout line of men from the ranks of Tau Kappa Epsilon. ln the first sorority tug-o'-war held at Northern, one team was composed of an active representa- tive from each sorority on campus and the other team was made up of a pledge from each sorority on campus. Needless to say, the battle-hardened actives doused the pledges. There was also a tug-o'-war between classes this year. ln the final, pull the sophomore men were able to defeat the senior men. On the distaff side the sophomore women were also the victors. ln the other traditional May Fete event, the Kappa Delta sorority pledges captured first place in the pledge paiama race and the fleet-footed Theta Kappa Phi pledges won the fraternity pa- iama race. The 1958 May Fete committee included, front row: Judy Peterson Marilyn Dumentat, Harriet Lindenberg, Dawn Milter, Terry Baird, Dr. Roy Steinbrook, and Judy Sandke. Back row: Larry O'DonnelI Dick Nelson, Greg Howe, Ken Weik, Randy Johnson, Carl Schroe der, .lerry Hallaron, Rolf Fritz, Collie Floistad, Bernie Johnson and Lou Adler. The sorority and fraternity paiama races were one of the features that supplied spectators with laughs. 49 "Seeing Red" was the title of the act that Alpha Psi Epsilon and Sigma Kappa presented. Tau Kappa Epsilon performed a take-ot? on the "Academy Awards." 50 Alpha Omicron Pi and the Vet's Club entitled their inter- pretation of a bullfight, 'El Torro de Americana." Phi Sigma Epsilon and Kappa Delta entitled their skit "Northern in Florida." ,mlemllp Children from the University School dance around the May pole as the 1958 May Fete king and queen, Joan Christiansen and Ed Cieniawski, look on. The highlight of the May Fete celebration each year is the crowning of the king and queen, and this year was no exception. A record crowd of 6,000 students, parents, fac- ulty members, and friends watched the crown- ing of Ed Cieniawski and Joan Christiansen as the i958 May Fete king and queen. Members of the court were: Jewel Bartels, Marilyn Mohr, Jean Oltholif, Rita Peters, Bobbie Reagan, Bill Bain, Dick Kerner, Larry Leadley, Don Meanger and Dave Taylor, seniors, Jean Alexander and Larry Wyllie, iuniors, Deanna Van Kleef and Roger Sargeant, sophomores, and Terry Baird and Loren Parker, freshmen. At the informal dance held in Still Gym the award was made to the sorority and fraternity that had the winning May Fete skit. This year Pi Kappa Phi and Sigma Sigma Sigma won first place honors with their act entitled, "lf We Had Our Way lt Would Be A Cold Day In Hell." lt was an allegory telling how truth and purity survived over evil and sin. The persons who were largely responsible for the success of May Fete were the co-chair- men Dawn Mitter and Ken Weik. Their hard- working faculty advisor was Dr. Roy Steinbrook. The May Fete Court included Loren Parker, Terry Baird, Roger Sargeant Deanna Van Kleef Larry Wyllle Jean Alexander Queen .loan Christian sen and King Ed Cieniawski, Al Gulotta istanding in for Dick Kerner, Jewel Bartels Dave Taylor Bobbie Reagan Don Meanger Ruta Peters Bill Bain, Marilyn Mohr, Larry Leadley, and Jean Olthoft. The last big fling ofthe year features a turn- out of some of Northern's loveliest coeds to com- pete in the annual Miss Northern contest, The dance that is held is an exciting event in itself, for during the evening the Flunkies present their trophy to the outstanding organization of the year. Miss Northern for l958 was Nancy Orwar, a iunior at Northern. Nancy is a graduate of Fenger High School in Chicago. Dorothy Peter- son, also a iunior, won the second-place trophy, and Diane Binder won the third-place trophy. Shortly after the crowning of Miss Northern, the Flunkies presented their trophy to Kappa Delta sorority for being the outstanding organi- zation of the year. The end ofthe dance marked the end of another year of activities on North- ern's campus with final week the only obstacle left before the long awaited summer vacation. Dottie Peterson, second place winner: Nancy Orwar, Miss Northern of 19587 and Diane Binder, the third place winner, smile happily after receiving their awards. MISS' NOR7fl RN Everyone comes to the final dance of the school year for that last big fling. Howie Fagen and Nick Gervase present the "Organization of the Year" trophy to Audrey Righton, president of Kappa Delta sorority. 52 l M t A ha-ppy young woman receives her degree after four years of studying and sleepless nights. The commencement exercises of last spring had to retreat to the field house because the weather refused to co-operate. The largest graduating class in the his- tory of Northern received their diplomas from a uni- versity rather than a teachers college, as Northern was four years ago. Of the 605 graduates, 23 received master of science degrees, 16 bachelor of arts degrees, 103 bachelor of science degrees, and 463 bachelor of science in education degrees. 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Cincinnati, Ohio Ohio State University, Baseball 2, Chi Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, Football 2, 3, Moy Pete Committee 3, 4, Student Director of Intramurals 2, Varsity Club 3, 4, WNIC 3, 4. HARRIS H. AGNEW, Business, Marketing .............. DeKalb Alp3ha4Phi Omega 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, Vets Club 2, , . JEAN M. ALEXANDER, Elementary Education .......... Glenview Chorus 1, 2, Orchesis 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4. NATALIE M. ANDERS, Elementary Education .......,... Chicago ACE I, 2, AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, NORTHER 2, Pi Kappa Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, Pleiades 4, SEA 4. DAVID W. ANDERSON, Business, Management. ......... Geneva Morton Junior College, Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. JOHN G. ANDERSON, Mathematics, Physical Education. . .Batavia Basketball I, Math Club 1, Sigma Zeta 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. JUDITH M. ANDERSON, Business, Marketing ...... . . .Waukegan Chorus 4, Orchesis 1, Town Girls I, Treble Clef 3, Wesley Foundation 2, 3. MARIO E. ANGELUCCI, Business Administration. ......... Cicero Morton Junior College, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Newman Club 4. DONALD I. ARGYILAN, Business, Marketing .... ...... A urora Vets Club 3, 4. JUDITH M. ASHBY, Business Education, Home Economics. .Chicago AWS l,2, 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 1,3, 4, Orchesis l, 2, 3, SEA 4, Town Girls 3. JOHN L. AURAND, Social Science. . ................. Chicago Thornton Junior College, Clio 4, SEA 4, Social Science Council 4. JOANN AVENA, Elementary Education ............... Chicago University of Illinois in Chicago, AWS 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Pi Kappa Sigma 3, 4. NORMAN L. AVES, Biology, Chemistry ............... Kirkland Biology Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Chi Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA R. AYLESWORTH, Home Economics ........... Rockton AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Boats and Calico 1, 2, 3, 4, sec. 2, Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, SEA 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK O. BACH, Chemistry .... . .... . . .Elmhurst Alpha Psi Epsilon 3, 4. EDWARD B. BACKE, Mathematics, Physical Education West Chicago Basketball I, 2, Sigma Zeta 3, 4, Track 2, 3. SANDRA LYNN BACKE, Business Education, Home Economics Wheaton Delta Beta Epsilon 1, LSA I, Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Sigma Kappa I, 2, 3, 4, treas. 2. RUTHANN W. BAHR, Mathematics, Home Economics .... Hampshire Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4, Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4, Neptune Junior Counselor 3, Sigma Zeta 2, 3, 4. NOBLE L. BAKER, Business Education .................. Dixon Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4: Chorus I. 2. 3. 4, Concert Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Delta Beta EPSil0I'I I, 2. 3, 4: Play 1. 2- 58 611455 0 I9 9 THOMAS A. BAKER, Industrial Arts ...Rochelle Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, sec.-treas. 4, Wrestling l, 2. HENRY S. BALE Business Fina , , nce ..................... Joliet Canterbury Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Phi Mu Alpha 4. JANICE C. BALGEMANN, Elementary Education ......... Chicago Chorus 1, 2, 3, Concert Choir i, 2, 3, 4, NORTHER 4, SEA 'l, Foundation I, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD R. BALLWANZ, Mathematics.. . 4, Wesley Mundelein I' . Boots and Calico 3, 4, Gamma Delta 3, SEA 3,.4,- Sig-rria. a 3, 4 BARBARA ANN BANDY, English, History. . Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, Aws Council 3, Nonrnisii if ifzi 'fir' . Aurora erary editor 2, editor 3, Sigma Kappa l,2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta'3, 4, Student Senate 3, 4, pres. 4, Town Girls Council 2. PATRICIA K. BANKS, Physical Education, Biological Science Aurora AWS 'l,2, 3, 4, Christian Science Organization l 2 3 4- Delta Psi Kappa 2, 3,4, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Maiar-Mina, clitb'1,'2,'4, Neptune Junior Counselor 3, Orchesis I, 2, WRA 'l, 2, 3, 4. JAMES W. BANNON, Business Education. University of Illinois, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, Assistant 4. BERNARD BARASCH, Business, Accounting. ............Chicago 4, Gilbert Hall Resident Chica o Joliet Junior College, Accounting Club 4, treas. 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH J. BARATTA, Physical Education. Chi Sigma Nu 3, 4, Vets Club 3, 4. JEAN K. BARNABY, Elementary Education Wheaton College, IVCF 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, BURDETTE E. BARRETT, Business Education NANCY L. BARRETT, Elementary Education. AWS 3, Chorus 2, NORTHER 'l- Town Girls 2 . .. .Franklin Park ...Sycamore 4. .... . . . Hinckley ............Chicago , , 3, 4, WAA I, 2, Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4. JEANINE M. BARRY, Elementary Education. . .Oconomowoc, Wisc. Chorus 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, WAA I, 2, 3, 4. JEWEL M. BARTELS, Elementary Education .... . ....... .Chicago ACE 3, 4, Judson Fellowship 2, May Fete Court 4, SEA 3, 4, Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4, Treble Clet 'l, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 3, 4. RICHARD D. BATES, General Science .................McHenry Alpha Phi Omega i, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Wrestling i, 2. DOLORES M. BAUER, Elementary Education ........ Franklin Park Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Panhellenic Council 3, cor. sec. 3. JOYCE L. BAUMAN, Elementary Education .......... Hampshire ACE 2, 3, 4, Cwens 2, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Town Girls 3, 4, University I' ' ' , , . .4- Re lgious Council 3 4 sec 3, pres , USF i, 2, 3, 4. WALTER FRANKLIN BAUMGARTNER, Fine Arts ....... Lincolnwood University of Illinois, Fine Arts Guild 3, 4, LSA 4. JOYCE A. BEADLES, Elementary Education ............ Canton ACE 2, 3, AWS i,2, 3, 4, Council 3- Bowling League 3 Cw 2 , ens , vice-pres. 2, Delta Zeta 3, 4, Forensics' 1, Town Girls 2. ORVILLE E. BEAMAN, Industrial Arts ....Berwyn Boots and Calico I, Vets Club 2, 3, 4. GERALD L. BECK, Business Administration ............ Grayslake Western Illinois University, Accounting Club 2, 3, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon i, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation i, 2, 3, 4. 59 .I-. ,g, .. 1. As. W- wwf- .1 off - 5m..'g,,gl3j,igi"3' li . I I , 1 .-I In-'X l 'l -je! pp 1,6 "Q.g,4 9-4 5' 9 '27 1-at ,M ri 2 infill SENIOR! CONNIE J. BEELENDORF, Elementary Education ......,.. Sterling ACE 'l,2, 35 Alpha Xi Delta 4, rec. sec. 45 AWS I, 2, 3, 45 Gamma Theta 2, 35 NORTHER 25 Town Girls 2, 3, 4. CAROLE WHITE BEESON, Social Science ................. Elgin Coe College5 Adams Hall pres. 35 AWS 2, 3, 45 Newman Club 3,45 Stray Greeks 3, 45 Town Girls 2. RICHARD H. BE GUHN, Business, Marketing... ...DeKalb Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 45 Newman Club 2, 4. ROBERT H. BEIN, Business, Accounting .................. Elgin Accounting Club 35 Delta Beta Epsilon 35 Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. ANNE BELROSE, Home Economics .................... Aurora Chorus 25 Election Commission 45 Home Economics Club 2, 3,45 Town Girls 2, 35 Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES T. BENNETT, Business Administration .... .. .Neponset Accounting Club I, 2, 35 Vets Club I. CAROL J. BENSON, Elementary Education .......... Des Plaines Election Commission 45 Panhellenic Council 3, vice-pres. 35 SEA 1,45 Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 45 Town Girls 3, 4. ELIZABETH M. BERGLUND, Elementary Education ....... Rockford ACE 3, 45 Chorus I, 35 IVCF 'l, 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, vice-pres. 45 Town Girls 2, 3. RICHARD L. BERNARDI, Social Science. .. . . .DeKalb Tennis 3, 4. JEANETTE E. BERRY, Home Economics ................. Manlius AWS 'l, 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club I5 IAWS Co-ordinator 45 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 45 Marching Band I5 Pleiades 4, sec.-treas. 45 SEA 25 Sigma Kappa 'l, 2, 3, 45 Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4. REBECCA P. BERRYMAN, Home Economics ...... . .... Woodstock AWS l,2, 3,45 Boots and Calico 3,45 Chorus 2,45 Home Economics Club gli, 2, 3, 4, treas. 35 SEA 'l, 45 Town Girls 3, 45 Wesley Foundation I, 2, , 4. JULIE A. BETTELHEIM, Elementary Education ........... Chicago Wright Junior College5 Alpha Psi Omega 45 Hillel 3, 45 Play 35 Stray Greeks 3, 45 WNIC 3. RICHARD J. BINGHAM, Business, Accounting. . .... Chicago DePaul University5 Accounting Club 3, 4. WILLIAM D. BLAIR, Industrial Arts .... . . .Rockford Tau Kappa Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH A. BLAKE, Biology. . . . . .DeKalb JOHN F. BLANCHARD, Business Administration ......... Rockford Beloit College5 Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 45 Newman Club 45 Stray Greeks 3. DONALD BLASKY, Social Science, Psychology. . ...... Forest Park Newman Club 3, 4, ed. of Newman Barker 35 Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,45 University Religious Council 3, treas. 3. KAREN PRISCILLA BLATT, Social Science. . . .... Peotone Ripon CalIege5 AWS 2, 3, 45 WRA 2, 3, 4. DONALD D. BLUME, Business Education ..... . . . .Belvidere Accounting Club 3, 45 Delta Beta Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD J. BOONE, Biological Science ........... . . .Elgin University of Missouri5 Stray Greeks 3, 45 Vets Club 3, 4. JAMES FRANCIS BORIS, JR., Business, Marketing ...... Northlake Roosevelt University5 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Delta Beta Epsilon 'l, 2, 3, 45 Men's Glee Club 45 Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, treas. 25 Senior class gift co- chairman. 60 ' I. . rr -: -it 1- s 5 'i' 1 .2 - un' I 1 -Q If . fs Q 'Vx , I lm: A ' . fini 5 in I-fin .' l Iqnhnv r-5 ei' Ny. . Q- If, iii gf 1 Q il si 1 ku. ,Q J D I . 5 .,Il. I i ,i il 1, 35 Iiilyili fx ap.. 'ali' .. 5 P I ' 'if 4 -Iffas.. .I sir. I, Agar.. .ii .1.. Ei . ,F l so - A I if 1 I .kr l . I N X, . V ,.-, sf sb' N Q27 ev A 9.9 ,W xx . NZ? Us 4' li I A - . ff'--2 f .,g K. I ..,. ., fe.. Ai..-mt I f W, . 3125 ff?- JQC ,Y iff .fr A itil t . rr 'Q' . . . S' Q 'N gif . , at i L nv 'iv , ,x i I lr l. Qi in V 9' f lit , ' ' . . N W -117' XS 'Q' .pa-v ii A 'Ee w. 'wwf 'T' 611455 0F 79 9 ROBERTA MCGOORTY BORIS, Social Science. ...... Franklin Park Newman Club l,2, soc. sec. 25 Pi Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4, soc. sec. 35 Pleiodes 4, pres. 4. SUE C. BOTKIN, Business Education ......... . . . . . . . . .Chicago ghijogo Teachers CoIlege5 AWS 3, 45 Delta Beta Epsilon 35 Town Girls NANCY S. BOTTLEMY, Elementary Education ............. Alden AWS I, 2, 3, 45 Bowling League 35 Chorus I5 SEA l, 2, 45 Town Girls 25 Wesley Foundation I, 2, 4. MARSHA M. BOULEY, Elementary Education, Speech Correction Oak Lawn Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 45 English Club 'l, 25 Newman Club I5 SEA I5 Sigma Alpha Eta I, 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, pres. 4. CAROL A. BOWERS, Home Economics ........ . . . . . .... Lanark Alpha Xi Delta 45 AWS I, 2, 3, 45 Gamma Theta 'l, 2, 3, pres. 35 Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 45 SEA I, 2, 3, 45 Town Girls 3, 4. WARREN D. BOWGREN, Business, Finance ........ .... E lburn University of Illinois. ROBERT C. BRADLEY, Physical Education, Biological Science Wooddale Football 25 Track I, 2, 3, 4. MARY M. BRADY, Elementary Education. . . . . . ....... Belvidere Cheerleader i, 2, 3, 45 Delta Sigma Epsilon 'l5 Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4. LUCILE A. BRANDAU, Elementary Education. . . . . . . . .Tinley Park AWS I, 2, 35 Neptune Junior Counselor 35 Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4, sec. 2, 3, pres. 4. MARJORIE A. BRAZZALLE, Elementary Education. .North Riverside AWS I, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 'l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 25 Delta Sigma Epsilon 15 Delta Zeta 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Queen 35 Orchesis 'I5 Senior class gift co-chairmon5 Town Girls 25 Winter Carnival Committee 25 Winter Carnival Court 2, 3. JOHN BRINKMAN, Chemistry, Mathematics .......... Mt. Carroll Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 45 American Chemical Society 45 Canterbury Club i, 2, treas. 25 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 45 Kappa Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4, treas. 35 Phi Mu Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, treas. 2, pres. 3. KAREN LOUISE BROBERG, Physical Education, Health Education Monee Thornton Junior Callege5 Maior-Minor 3, 45 Orchesis 3, 45 SEA 4. PATRICIA E. BROTEN, Elementary Education ......... . .Evanston AWS I, 2, 3, 45 SEA I, 2, 35 Town Girls 25 Wesley Foundation 'l, 2, 3, 45 WRA I, 2, 3, 4. CAROL J. BRUNCHWILER, Elementary Education ........ Chicago ACE 45 AWS I, 2, 3, 4, treas. 35 Chorus lg Miss Northern Finalist 2, 35 Neptune Junior Counselor 35 Orchesis I5 SEA 45 Sigma Sigma Sigma I, 2, 3, 45 Town Girls 2. BURT C. BRUNNER, Physical Education, Mathematics ..... Chicago Valparaiso University5 Baseball 35 Men's Glee Club 25 Officials Club 45 Stray Greeks 2, 3, 4, treas. 45 USF 2, 3, 4. CLARICE M. BUCHAN, Elementary Education. Band I5 Delta Zeta 2, 3, 45 Orchestra I. CAROL ANN BUCHERT, Elementary Education ....... . Alpha Sigma Alpha 3, 45 SEA I5 Town Girls 2, 3, 4, RONALD BUCK, Business, Marketing .... . . . . . . WRA Park Ridge . .Chicago 1,2,a,4. . Maywood Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4. ROBERT BUCKNER, Business, Accounting .... . . . ..... . . .Batavia Accounting Club 45 Basketball 45 Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 45 Track 4. ROGER J. BUIKEMA, General Science. . . . . ..... . . .... Morrison Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 45 Cavaliers 45 SEA 45 Sigma Zeta 3, 4, treas. 45 Tau Beta Rho 4. THOMAS H. BURKEN, Social Science. . . . . . . . ..... Clinton, Iowa Clinton Junior College5 Flunkies 45 Newman Club 25 Vet's Club 2. 61 SENMR FRANKLIN D. BURKEY, Social Science .......... . . . .Chicago BERT S. BUSCHER, Physical Science, Mathematics ..... Maple Park Sigma Zeta 3, 4. CONSTANCE I. BUSH, Social Science .... Orchesis I, Wesley Foundation l. DUANE A. BUSS, Business, Finance. . . Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 4. . . .Blue Island ...Lena DOLORES A. CADA, Biology, English ............... Brookfield AWS Council 2, 3, Beta Alpha Zeta 3, 4, English Club 'l,2, Neptune Hall pres. 2, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 3, 4. GWENDOLYN M. CAMPBELL, Elementary Education ...... Chicago AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. PETER CARLINO, Social Science. . . . . . . . . . . . Wright Junior College, Clio 3, 4, Newman Club 3, DONALD CARPINO, Business Education ...... Alpha Phi Omega I, 2, 3, treas. 2. SANDRA J. CHALUPA, Elementary Education. . Carroll College, Alpha Xi Delta 4. ESTHER Z. CHAPMAN, Social Science. . . ELAINE CHENTES, Elementary Education. . . AWS 3, 4, SEA 4. ROBERTA M. CHRISTIAN, Elementary Education .... Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, Orchesis I, 2, CAROLE A. CICCI, Elementary Education ..... . . .Chicago . Melrose Park . . .St. Charles . . .Sterling . . .Chicago . . . . .Chicago Town Girls 2, 3. ..........LaSalle Concert Choir 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Town Girls 3, 4, WRA 3, 4. DENIS C. CIEZADLO, Business Education. . . . . . . . . Wright Junior College, Accounting Club I, 3, 4, Boots Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4. MERRILL J. CLARK, Biolo9Y, Chemistry .......... Bradley University, Beta Alpha Zeta 3, 4, Cavaliers 4, Zeta 3, 4, Tau Beta Rho 3, 4. KAREN E. CLAUSIUS, English, History. . . . Wright Junior College. NANCY J. COBB, Elementary Education ........ . . . . .Chicago and Calico 3, 4, . . .Des Plaines SEA 3, 4, Sigma . . . Chicago . Evergreen Park Adams Hall treas. 4, Newman Club l,2, 4, NORTHER 4, Orchesis 2, Town Girls 2. WILLIAM J. CODY, Business Administration . . . . . . ...... Chicago Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, 4, WNIC 3. GILDO J. COLDEBELLA, Physical Education, Business Education Baseball 3, Flunkies 4, Football 3, Pi Kappa Phi 2, 3. DeKalb LINDA LOU COLEMAN, Elementary Education ........ Glen Ellyn ACE I, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, IVCF I, 2, 3, 4, SEA I, 3, 4, USF I, 2, Wesley Foundation 3, 4. RICHARD P. COLEMAN, Speech, History ............... Chicago Chorus 2, 3, Newman Club 3, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, WNIC 3, 4. 62 62.455 0 79 9 MARTHA E. COLLIER, Physical Education, Health Education Chicago Maior-Minor 3, 4, treas. 3, Orchesis 3, 4, Town Girls 3, 4, WRA 'l. JOHN JOSEPH COLLINS, JR., Business, Accounting. . . . .Bellwood Western Illinois University, Accounting Club 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. NORMAN A. COLLINS, Physical Education, Social Science Elburn Culver-Stockton College, Canterbury Club 3, 4, Vets Club 3. JAMES M. CONNELLAN, Industrial Arts ............... Chicago Wilson Junlor College, Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Vets Club 3. GERALD COONEY, Chemistry, Social Science ......... Barrington Alpha Phi Omega l, 2, Bowling League l, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 3, Newman Club l, NORTHERN STAR l, 2, Sports editor I, 2, Theta Kappa Phi l, 2, 3, 4, WNIC l, 2. SUE-ANN CORBETT, Physical Education, Health Education Rockford Maier-Minor l, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. ROGER E. CORBY, Business, Marketing .... Chi Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, cor. sec. 3, Concert Ban . .... . . .Des Plaines d l - - ' Council 4, Marching Band I, 2, Wrestling l, 2. , 2, Inter Fraternity VERNADINE J. CRANE, Elementary Education .,........ Chicago Wesley Foundation l, 2, 3. AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, SEA l, 2, 3, 4, EDWARD M. CZERKIES, Industrial Arts ..... Joliet Junior College, Industrial Arts Club 4. ............Joliet MARY ANN DALYK, Elementary Education. . . ACE 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 3, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 3, 4. ANTHONY DAMBRAUSKAS, Biological Science, Earth Science Chicago ..........Chicago Biology Club 2, Earth Science Club l, Newman Club 2, SEA l. PAULINE J. DARGIS, Elementary Education .... .. . . .... Burnham ACE 3, 4, AWS 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, Town Girls 3, 4, WRA 3, 4. PETER DAVIES, English, Speech ................... Westmont Alpha Phi Omega l, 2, 3, 4, cor. sec. 2, vice-pres. 3, pres. 4, Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Cavaliers 4, pres. 4, English Club l, 2, Men's Glee Club i, NORTHERN STAR 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Student Activity Fund Board 3, 4, sec. 3, 4, Student Senate 3, USF l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4. RICHARD L. DAVIS, Social Science. North Park College. RICHARD W. DEAN, Social Science ......... . . . Lyons Township Junior College, Alpha Psi Epsilon 3, 4, pres. 4, Inter- Fraternity Council 4. ...................DeKalb .LaGrange Park CHARLES F. DEANY, English, Physical Education ...... Kankakee St. Joseph's College. JOHN L. DECKER, Business Administration. . . Accounting Club 4, Track 2, 3, Vets Club 2. SUSAN L. DEMIRJIAN, Elementary Education. . . North Park College, AWS 3, 4, IVCF 3, 4. . . .Mt. Carroll . . . Evanston JOYCE DE ZUTTER, Elementary Education .......... Northbrook Cwens 2, Delta Zeta l, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Pan- hellenic Council 2, Plelades 4, University Religious Council 4, sec. 4, Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, pres. 3. DAVID B. DICK, Social Science ...................... Chicago Cho 3, 4, English Club l, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Hillel l, 2, Social Council 3. DIANE D'lSA, English, Psychology ............... Spring Grove Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, NORTHERN STAR l, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, TOWERS 4, WNIC 3, 4. 63 if www? is-1. w-sf 1 I ,m i .. ,.,. 4 '.,fN -,1- ei .ii ttf ' ' :-:-:.-,'.: greet, tv 3 3 - t t,.,,Q:..1frg I -f We 34. A mf, 15 Fe lee 1- lui: ' tae.-,ee . V.: .' .. ei- f"-. -. ' 2 4 I -' . -- .: i t ..:-wav' .1 ef ,-.. - .,..., ..., . ,et ,. tnlir-:-i ' Y ,fissvissii - -' g,...ef3"' A uni 4, L r S, H ' .ea ...tt -.::-,glswsimf nw .,:::2.,:E5i-?:E:55,t 5,gt,gZt,,,t,:55,- ,X "'1fc'1.ilit' - in , . px ff' 5'ENl0R.S' GENE R. DORETTI, Speech, Journalism ................ Berwyn Newman Club l,2, 3, 4, NORTHERN STAR 3, 4, feature editor 3, news editor 4, WNIC 2, 3, 4, news-sports director 2, disc iockey director 3, chief announcer 4. DEAN S. DORN, Social Science ............... ...... B elvidere Boots and Calico 2, 3, 4, Clio 3, SEA l, 2, 3, 4, Social Science Council 3. ADRIENNE A. DOUBLE, Music ..... ............. A rlington Hts. Chorus l, 2, Concert Choir 2, 3, 4, Cwens 2, Marching Band 2, Neptune Junior Counselor 3, Pleiades 4, SEA l, Sigma Alpha lota 3, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4. SHARON M. DOUTHART, Elementary Education ........ Riverdale Zi 3, 4, Clio 3, 4, treas. 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA I, Town urs . ARNIE A. DOWNS, Business, Accounting. . . . ..... . . . . . . Roscoe Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, vice-pres. 4, Delta Beta Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, Track I. WILLIAM F. DOYLE, Business, Accounting. . . ............ Joliet Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Vets Club 2, 3, 4. HELENE JOAN DRIUSSI, Elementary Education, Library Science Rockford Alpha Beta Alpha 3, 4, Bowling League 3, 4, SEA l, 3, 4, Town Girls 3, sec. 3. MARLENE H. DROG, Elementary Education ..... . .... . . .Chicago Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 2, 3, 4, New- man Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, NORTHER 2, 3, 4, SEA 3. CHARLES T. DYKSTRA, Industrial Arts, Accounting ........ Fulton Cross Country 'l, 2, 3, 4, Epsilon Pi Tau 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4, rec. sec. 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club I, 2, Wesley Foundation 'l, 2. KAREN L. EDLUND, Elementary Education ............. Morrison ACE 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, treas. 4, AWS 'l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4, NORTHER I, 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4, SEA 2, Town Girls 2, 3, Wesley Foundation 3, 4, Winter Carnival Queen 3. AUDREY L. PETERS EGLER, Elementary Education ........ Rockford Alpha Omicron Pi I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Neptune Junior Counselor 3, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, SEA l, 2, 3. KAREN L. EICKMAN, Business Education .............. Rockford Delta Beta Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, Town Girls 3, 4, Wesley Founda- tion 2, 3, 4. JAMES D. EKLUND, Biology, Chemistry .............. Sycamore Beta Alpha Zeta 3, 4, Boots and Calico 4, LSA 3, 4, Marching Band 1, NORTHER 2, Sigma Zeta 2, 3, 4, Tau Beta Rho 3, 4. DAVID E. ELLIS, Business, Marketing .... . . . ..... Evergreen Park Wilson Junior College, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4. PATRICIA ELSBERG, Elementary Education. . . . . . ....... Chicago Alpha Sigma Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, Chorus 3, Newman Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, SEA 2, Town Girls 2, 3. DAVID E. EMERSON, Business Administration. . . . . . Rockford Vets Club 3, 4. ROGER C. ERN, Business, Accounting .... . .Chicago Accounting Club 3, 4. SUE A. ETHERTON, Elementary Education ............. Elmhurst Alpha Omicron Pi 3, 4, IVCF 2, 3, Town Girls 2, 3, WRA 'I, 2. WILLIAM E. EUDEIKIS, Physical Education, History. . . . . .DeKalb Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 'l, Vets Club 'l. MARGIE EVANOW, Physical Education, Fine Arts ........ Chicago University of Illinois at Navy Pier, Maior-Minor Club 3, 4, Town Girls 3, WRA 4. DANIEL J. EVANS, Business, Commerce. . . . . .La Grange Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Flunkies 2, 3, 4. 64 ,N ., I fr' , .ik TEXT. ,, " V. 1 , 4 I w- X ' 1 - f ,QQ Sims it 'IZQUMX fi . ' R 1 . as 5 , N Sl W I 'X f - 'GL 3 4 V, ' ' ef I .. iii? Q, V 'Y 1-9 ' 1 -s 'I 1.542 Q9 . I . 1, g CLASS 01" 19 9 JIM W. EYRE, Social Science ......... . . .Des Plaines Tau Kappa Epsilon 'I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling l. CAROL J. FALETTI, Elementary Education .............. Chicago ACE 2, 3, Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. ALENE HAGEN FALK, Home Economics .......... . . . .Naperville AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club I, 2, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. DAVID H. FALK, Industrial Arts .......... . ..... . . . .Oak Lawn Industrial Arts Club 4, Newman Club 'I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 'l, 2, 3, 4. EARL L. FALK, Fine Arts, Speech . . ............... . . .Plainfield Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Cavaliers 4, Fine Arts Guild 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 4, Kappa Pi 3, 4, sec.-treas. 4. WILLIAM G. FARLEY, Business, Management ......,... . .Malta Baseball 1, Basketball l, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Winter Carnival Committee l. GILBERT R. FARNHAM, BioI09Y, Psychology. . . ROBERT FAUST, Business Administration ..... Delta Beta Epsilon 4. DONALD E. FEIST, Business, Accounting .... Accounting Club 2, 4, Della Beta Epsilon 2, 4, Newman Theta Kappa Phi 'l, 2, 4, vice-pres. 4, Vets Club ELEANOR L. FELDMAN, Early Elementary Education .DeKalb . Berwyn . . . .Chicago Club l, 2, 4, rborn, Mich. ACE 3, 4, AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Delta Beta Epsilon I, Treble Clef 3, vice-pres. 3, Town Girls 3, Wesley Foundation 'l, 2, 3, 4. SHARON M. FERRIS, Elementary Education. .... . ..... . . . .Elgin ACE 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, Kappa Delta l,2, 3, 4, NORTHER 2, 3, 4. ETHEL DEE FIELD, Early Elementary Education .... . . .Westchester Chorus l, 2, Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. PENELOPE L. FIKE, Elementary Education ............. McHenry AWS 'l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Town Girls 2, 3, Wesley Foundation l, 2, 3, 4. JERRY C. FIORDELISI, Business, Marketing ..... ...... L oves Park Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4. MARILYN J. FIRKINS, Home Economics. . . Home Economics Club i, 2, 3. RUTH M. FITZ, Business Education ........ Delta Beta Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, sec. 2, Gamma Del DANIEL P. FITZGERALD, Business, Marketing .......... Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Newman Club 4. ANNE FITZPATRICK, Elementary Education.. LEWIS A. FLINN, Physical Education ...... . . . Kirkland Belvidere .Chicago . Chicago ............DeKaIb Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. JOHN R. FOSTER, Chemistry, Biological Science .......... Morris Carthage College, Concert Band 2, Marching Band 2, Tau Beta Rho 3, 4. LILLIAN V. FRANCH, Social Science ......,....... Melrose Park Delta Sigma Epsilon I, Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Social Science Club 2, 4. 65 Nov' H Y I .1 , 4.,', I' '11 I ' gd' , V ,-. 7. 'V ! asa. if XE iss .pile , EQ MP3 W . Qiilaim od' EZIRIM .5 35 ,W in 1 l A - he '-- hfgirf, i ' ,V e E A I -1 :s .. vi-,Qi 35 1' - A , , . J' 1 L -f . - 5' 5122252 ug., " . i . m aui 'rv it I ,.. ,,..l -in if "es, M - ' ' ,- -:I ,, f w ui' ' " S :-:' I 'M - Eli' z. 3 , M v.:.:.,. ,,.,...,.?: . zu: ,.:,A 5 I, , "f ' ll- I I ...... :52: - .' 'W MS I? mi 1" Q . -I 5: 1 . , - 1 i.. f . , .S'fNl0R.S' LORI M. FRANK, Speech Correction ........ .. .,...... Chicago Basketball 2, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. ROGER K. FREY, Physical Education, Social Science ....... Gridley Baseball 2, JV Basketball 2, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Vets Club 4. SHARRYN J. FRISK, Elementary Education ......... .... C hana ACE 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, USF I, 2. MARLEENE J. FRITZ, Speech Correction, Psychology ....... Worth AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, Delta Zeta I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3. RICHARD H. FUHLER, Business, Accounting ............ McHenry Accounting Club 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Newman Club 4. WILLIAM JAMES GAMBLE, Business, Management ....... Chicago Basketball 'l, 2, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Football I, 2, Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4. ROBERT GAMEZ, Elementary Education. . . . . .East Chicago, Ind. Spanish Club 2. JOHN O. GARDNER, Business, Marketing .............. DeKalb Student Union Manager 3, 4. RICHARD LEE GASPARINI, Business, Otlice Management. .Rockford gross Country I, 2, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity lub I, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND A. GAYLORD, Business Administration. . . . . .DeKalb LEROY J. GEBHART, Social Science, English ............. Cicero Morton Junior College, Clio 3, 4, English Club 2, LSA 2, 3, 4, SEA 3, Social Science Council 3. JOHN DONALD GEDART, Business, Accounting ......... Chicago University of Cincinnati, Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4. JAMES E. GEIGER, Chemistry, Industrial Arts, . . .... La Moille Tau Beta Rho I, 2, 3, 4. JACQUELINE M. GEORGE, Elementary Education ........ Chicago ACE 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, NORTHER 2, 3, Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, Council 3. KATHLEEN V. GEORGE, Business Education, Home Economics Rockton Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Newman Club I, 3, 4, Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, sec. 4, Sigma Kappa I, 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, Town Girls 2. PATRICIA ANN GERTMANN, Home Economics ........... Chana JOHN R. GIARDINO, Social Science, Physical Education .... Elgin Flunkies 3, 4. RONALD L. GILES, Industrial Arts .............,....... Joliet Hillel 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 4, Pi Kappa Phi 3, 4, Vets Club 3, 4. ROBERT C. GILLESPIE, Industrial Arts ........... Mount Prospect University of Illinois, Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, IVCF 4, Men's Glee Club 4, Vets Club 3, 4. CHARLOTTE R. GILMORE, Elementary Education. . . .. .Mokena Chorus I, Library Science Club 2, SEA 3. ROBERT L. GLOGOVSKY, Chemistry, Mathematics. . .North Chicago Math Club 2, 3, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Tau Beta Rho 2, 3, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, rec. sec. 2, vice-pres. 3. 66 C2145 0F I9 9 ROBERTA GLOOR, Elementary Education ........ Mount Prospect AWS I,2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club 1,25 NORTHERN STAR I5 SEA 3, 4. JOHN J. GNATEK, Industrial Arts ......... . ..,...... Chicago Epsilon Pi Tau 3,45 Fine Arts Guild 3,45 Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 45 Newman Club 3, 45 Pi Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4. MELVYN GOLDBERG, English ....................... DeKalb University of lllinois ot Navy Plot: Forensics 35 Hillel 2, 3, 4. GEORGE W. GRANT, Business, Management ............. Joliet Accounting Club 2, 3, 45 Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3,45 Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4. RICHARD G. GRENDA, Social Science. . . . . .Mount Prospect Clio 3, 4. DELORIS GREYER, Home Economics ..... . .... . . .Chicago Home Economics Club I5 Orchesis I5 Town Girls l. JOHN V. GRIMES, Biology, Chemistry ........... Elmhurst Junior College5 Beta Alpha Zeta 3, 45 Newman RAYMOND R. GRUND, Business, Management. . . . . .Elmhurst Club 4. .........Chicago Delta Beta Epsilon 'l, 45 Vets Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 3, 4. LENORE PAULINE GRZYB, Elementary Education. . . ..... Chicago Adams Hall vice-pres. 45 Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, sec. 45 AWS l, 2, 3, 45 Bowling League 2, 3, 45 Newman Club 'l, 2, 3, 45 NORTHER 2, 3, 45 Orchesis 'I5 SEA 2, 3, 45 WRA I. ARLENE FRANCES GUERIN, Elementary Education ....... Chicago DePaul University5 ACE 35 Alpha Omicron Pi 3, 4, pres. 45 AWS 2, 3, 45 Newman Club 2, 3, 45 SEA 25 Town Girls 25 WRA 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS R. GUERINO, Social Science ................ Chicago Newman Club 2, 3, 45 Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 45 Social Science Club 3, 4. RICHARD GUERRA, industrial Arts .................... Cicero Morton Junior College. HOWARD W. GUSTAFSON, Social Science .... Elgin Community College. .....Elgin ELEANOR A. HAACKER, Elementary Education. . . . . .Des Plaines University of Illinois at Navy Pier5 SEA 4. MARGARET A. HAERIE, Elementary Education. . . . . ...... DeKalb ACE 35 AWS I, 45 Chorus l, 2, 35 Orchesis 25 Pi Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 45 Treble Clef 25 Wesley Foundation l, 2, 3, 4. AGNES M. HAHN, Fine Arts ............... .... G enoa Cwens 25 Fine Arts Club l, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3. JOHN RONALD HANN, Physics, Mathematics ......... Somonauk Cross Country l, 25 Newman Club I, 2, 3,45 Sigma Zeta 3, 4, pres. 45 Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 45 Track I, 25 Varsity Club l, 2, 3. RONALD E. HANSEN, Physical Education ....... . .West Chicago Baseball I5 Football 2, 3, 45 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 4. BERTRAM A. HAPP, Elementary Education ........... Northfield Boots and Calico 2, 3, 45 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 WNIC 2. ROBERT E. HARMS, Business, Management. . . . . .... Prophetstown Accounting Club I, 25 Delta Beta Epsilon 1, 2, 3. MARY ANN HARTWICK, Business Education, Social Science Waukegan Alpha Omicran Pi 'l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 35 AWS 'I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus l, 35 Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 45 LSA 45 Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, treas. 45 SEA 'I, 2, 3, 45 Town Girls 2. 67 5 l Wi I ll lvl I I ll nv 'Df- . fi 5. t l -5 Q':rsb 'Wav 25' QSC 35, I lr " 19 ' . I' Q A It I ' I ,yt 5 Mil' ,3- W' .MU fnaq., X as I., M. ,. K ,llr llll C SENIOR JANET K. HATHAWAY, Biology, Chemistry .... .... S ycamore Biology Club 3, 4, SEA I, 2. PATRICIA A. HAYES, English, Library Science .......,... Moline Alpha Beta Alpha 3, 4, pres. 4, Alpha Omicron Pi l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Pleiades 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, pres. 4, TOWERS 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4, Williston Hall vice-pres. 3. BARBARA J. HEARL, Elementary Education. . ....... Franklin Park Chorus 2, SEA 1, 2, Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, Town Girls 2, University Religious Council 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. JANE MARGARET HEATH, Elementary Education .... Crystal Lake AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, pres. 4, Neptune Junior Counselor 3, NORTHER I, 2, 3, Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4. GORDON P. HEID, Business, Accounting ..... ......... N ora DOUGLAS R. HEINZ, Business ..................... Belvidere University of Tennessee, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Flunkies 3, 4. CHARLES W. HELLER, Music ....................... Hinsdale Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Phi Mu Alpha 'l, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4. MARIANNE R. HELLER, Home ECOnOmiC5 ...... . . . ....... Plano Alpha Omicron Pi 2, 3, 4, AWS 'l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4, IVCF 2, Judson Fellowship l, 2, Town Girls 2, 3, pres. 3. WILLIAM J. HELLMAN, Business, Management .... .DeKalb JOHN C. HENARD, History ....... Rockford Knox College, Spanish Club 3, 4. MERRILL L. HERMANN, Industrial Arts .... Elmhurst Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, SEA I. WILLIAM E. HERMANN, Elementary Education .......... Chicago Cavaliers 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Newman Club l,2, class co- ordinator, Vets Club i, 2, 3, 4. ELSA Y. HIGASHIDE, Elementary Education. . . . . . . .Chicago THOMAS M. HIGGINBOTHAN, Social Science .......... Cavaliers 4, Human Relations Council 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Science Council 2, 3, 4. HARRY LEONARD HOEY, Physical Education ....... Basketball I, Flunkies l,2, 3, 4, sec. 3, Football I 2, 3, 4, Chicago Delta 4, Social .South Beloit , Officials Club CAROLYN A. HOFF, Physical Education, Home Economics Chicago Heights Illinois State Normal University, Maior-Minor I, 3, 4, Orchesis l,2, 3, WRA I, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3. NORMAN L. HOFFMAN, Business, Accounting .... .. .Rockford Accounting Club l, Vets Club 'l. ROBERT M. HOFFMAN, Physical Education. . . . .DeKalb Football 2, 3. JUANITA L. HOFSTROM, Fine Arts .................. Belvidere Fine Arts Guild 3,4, pres. 3, Human Relations Council 'l, 2, 3, treas. 3, Kappa Pi 3, 4, pres. 4, Orchesis 2. ANNE L. HOIBERG, Home Economics ............ Carpentersville James Millikin University, AWS 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 2, Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND A. HOLLY, Industrial Arts. . . . . . . . .Cicero Band 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 3, 4. 68 ,VIBE-et. - J--"' t i wr 'Si' 'Q-1 ' i . V ,. I. fy I 1 N. I ' ' no " f-, -, 31.354-:I-.lm iii . ff' -if -rcs . ,Nj 1 ,rl gg,-gi. gist, Gil. 3,- L N .Aft A-I sie- ff? ,Sf r"- ,.f N. 4-x 'fi' .i 'Tel' , Jn 'N ? oe' fc." -X., ii-2 ' lt Q..-.. 5 f- l Q' ' " ' . D1 fox ee- E -+- 5, x l W ffli !'.5'f4' ,fffllt . ff'-f A '. J 1" l ' 'IZ if llama? i-N ,A 4: 'Z- ,, .:. 'tv A itil N fe? :Li K7 v 1 l, H lik' 5 L' ' . -of f ICF Al W h is' y, , 'ren ff-'Y' Clv4.S'.Y 0F I9 9 GENE E. HOLMQUIST, Business, Accounting ............ Chicago Accounting Club 2, Delta Beta Epsilon l, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. WILLlAM T. HORN, Business Education. . . . . . . . ....... Chicago JV Basketball 2, Officials Club 2, 3, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, pres. 4. GREGORY W. HOWE, Business Administration. . . .... Park Ridge Baseball 2, May Fete Committee 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR R. HOYER, Elementary Education . . . . . . . . .... Chicago Wright Junior College, Boots and Calico 2, 3, Bowling League 3, Concert Choir 2, SEA 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. ROBERT HOYT, Business Administration ....... . ......, DeKalb HOWARD R. HULL, Industrial Arts ...... . . .DeKalb IVCF 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 4. PHIL A. HUSKE, Social Science .... .......... . . . . . . .Glenview Chorus 3, 4, Kappa Sigma Kappa 4, Men's Glee Club 3, 4. CAROL M. HUTCHISON, Home Economics .............. DeKalb AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Canterbury Club I, 2, 3, 4, Delta Sigma Epsilon l, 2, Delta Zeta 3, 4, pres. 4, Home Economics Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 1 2, 3, 4, sec. 2. JAMES C. HUTTEN, Biology, Chemistry ................ DeKalb Biology Club 3, 4, Chemistry Club 1, 2, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, SEA 4, Theta Kappa Phi l, 2, 3, 4. CAROL A. IVY, Elementary Education ................ Manteno ACE 2, 3, 4, AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 'l, 2, 3, 4. RONALD A. JACOBSEN, Physics ......... .......... C hicago Physics Club 3, 4. SHIRLEY H. JACOBSON, History .... . . . . ............ Chicago Wright Junior College, AWS 3, 4, Clio 3, 4, pres. 3, rec. sec. 4, Hillel 3, 4, rec. sec. 4, NORTHER 4, SEA 4, Town Girls 3, 4. CHARLOTTE A. JAEGER, Elementary Education. ...... Lindenwood Chorus 1, 2, 3, Gamma Delta l, 2, 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, SEA 3. DONALD HOWWARD JAHNKE, Business, Marketing ..... Chicago Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Phi 3, 4, treas. 4, Vets Club 2, 3. RONALD H. JAKES, Physical Education .................. Elgin Basketball l, 2, Phi Sigma Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis l, 4. JOHN M. JESSUP, JR., Speech Correction. ........... . .DeKalb Sigma Alpha Eta 'l,2, 3, 4, Speech Clinician 2, 3, 4, Summer Center Counselor-Therapist l, 2, 4. MARY ETTA JESSUP, Business Administration. . . . ....... DeKalb AWS Council 'l, Kappa Delta l, 2, 3, 4, NORTHER 1, Panhellenic Council 2, 3, Student Activity Fund Committee 2. LAWRENCE C. JOHANSEN, Mathematics. . . . . .DeKalb Crane Junior College. DONALD A. JOHNS, Fine Arts. . . ..... Elgin University of Denver. BARBARA ANN JOHNSON, Elementary Education, Fine Arts Chicago ACE 2, 3, 4, AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Fine Arts Guild 3, 4, Homecoming Bulletin 4, Homecoming Com- mittee 4, NORTHER 2, NORTHERN STAR 'l, SEA 3, 4, Student Senate Handbook 4, Town Girls 2. LOUISE M. JOHNSON, Elementary Education ..... Downers Grove AWS 'l, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, NORTHER 2, Sigma Kappa l, 2, 3, 4, cor. sec. 2, vice-pres. 3, Wesley Foundation 'l, 2, 3, 4. 69 the-Y 'EN 5' 21 SENIOR! PRISCILLA K. JOHNSON, Elementary Education. . . ..... Geneva ROBERT DALE JOHNSON, Mathematics ............. Waukegan Purdue University, Golf 2, 3, 4, Math Club 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. THOMAS J. JOHNSON, Physical Education ........ Crystal Lake Basketball 'l, 2, Newman Club T, 2, 3, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. DONALD KIRBY JOHNSTON, Elementary Education ...... Chicago Illinois State Normal University, Debate Club 4, Drama Club 4, Newman Club 4, Vets Club 4. ALEXANDER H. JOLLY, History ........... . . . . . . . . . . .DeKalb Chorus 2, Clio 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, English Club 3, 4, March- ing Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Phi Mu Alpha 3, 4, sec. 4, wNlc 1, 2, 3. ROBERTA A. JORGESEN, Physical Education. . . Maior-Minor l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, WRA 'l, 2. . . .Skokie DAVID A. JOSCELYN, Elementary Education. . . . . . Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Concert Choir 3. PAUL W. JUNG, Elementary Education. . . . . WNIC 3, 4. Roc kford Evanston PAUL L. KABAREC, Physical Education .............. Waukegan Delta Beta Epsilon 2, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3. RAYMOND V. KACZMAREK, Business, Accounting .... Wright .lunlor College, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Vets Club 3 JOAN C. KAITSCHUK, Elementary Education ....... University of Wisconsin, SEA 4, Town Girls 3. THOMAS R. KALLSTEDT, Biology ......... Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4. BARBARA C. KALVIG, English, Speech. .......... . . Wright Junior College, Bowling League 3, Newman Club Girls 3. ANTHONY L. KAMBICH, Physical Education, History. . . .Chicago . .Chicago . . . Aurora . .Chicago 3. 4, Town Joliet Janet Junior college, rnorbnu a, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, 'r'nern'xnpnn Phi 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3. JOHN D. KAPTER, Earth Science, Physical Education. . . . . Oklahoma A. and M. College, Earth Science Club 4. NANCY K. KARETA, Elementary Education .......... . DeKalb . .Chicago ACE l, 2, 3, AWS i, 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 2, 3, Delta Sigma Epsilon 'l, Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Town Girls 2. WILLIAM H. KAROLUS, Social Science ....... Clio 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Gamma Delta 4. JERROLD D. KASPER, Fine Arts, Industrial Arts ....... . . .Dwight Addison Fine Aff. Guild 1,2,4, :vcr 2, 3, 4, Judson Fellowship i,'i,4, vice- pres. 4, Men's Glee Club 'l, TOWERS art co-ordinator 2, University Re- ligious Council 3, 4, Winter Carnival Committee 2. Rockford RONALD T. KAUPPINEN, Physical Education, History. . . . Baseball l, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT W. KEARBY, Business Education ...... . . . Iowa State University, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 4. MARTIN C. KEARNS, Business Administration ....... . Bellwood . . . .Joliet Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 4. 70 CZ1455' 0 79 9, RONALD L. KEEFFER, Social Science .................. Stockton Boots and Calico 2 3 4 vice res. 2 res. 3' Earth Science Club 1, 2, 1 1 1 'P 1 P 1 Newman Club 1, 2, Pi Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4. BARBARA J. KELLER, Elementary Education ............ Elmhurst ACE 3, 4, Clio 3, 4, IVCF 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND H. KELLER, Business Administration ..... . .Des Plaines Baseball 1, Delta Beta Epsilon 1,3, 4, Newman Club 1,2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY KENT, Fine Arts ......................... Berwyn Newman Club 3, 4, Track 1. RICHARD ALLEN KERNER, Physical Education, Industrial Arts West Chicago Basketball I, Flunkies 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court 3, Industrial Arts Club 1, May Fete Court l,4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 4. BETTY JEAN KISLER, Elementary Education. . . . . .Homewood Thornton Junior College, Town Girls 3, 4. KATHRYN L. KJELL, Elementary Education ............. Rockford North Park Junior College, Chorus 3, IVCF 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, Town Girls 3. NANCY J. KLEMME, Elementary Education .......... Woodstock ACE 3, 4, SEA 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN KLINE, Physical Education .............. Genoa Boots and Calico 2, Chorus 3, Maior-Minor 3, 4, WRA 2, 3. - WILLIAM G. KNAPP Chemistr Biolo , y, gy ...,...... . . American Chemical Society 2, 3, 4, Tau Beta Rho 2, 3, 4. JOAN SEIDEL KNODLE, Elementary Education .... ACE 2, Chorus 1, Delta Sigma Epsilon 1, Delta Zeta Delta 1, May Fete Court 1, SEA I. JOAN M. KOCANDA, Home Economics ..,...... Morton Junior College, AWS 3, 4, Home Economics Club EDWARD F KOCH Business Accountin . .Aurora .. . . .Shabbona 2, 3, 4, Gamma . . . . ...Berwyn 3, 4. Chicago . , g .............. Wright Junior College, Canterbury Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 4. RONALD P. KOPPLIN, Biology, Earth Science. . Beta Alpha Zeta 3, 4, Sigma Zeta 3, 4. JOHN K. KOTASKA, Business, Marketing. .. University of Illinois. .. . . . .Addison . . .Berwyn CASIMIR D. KOWALSKI, Physical Education, Mathematics Round Lake University of Illinois, JV Football 2, 3, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN L. A. KRAMER, Elementary Education ........ Batavia Alpha Omicron Pi 3, 4, Chorus 3, Marching Band 2, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Nlettes 2, SEA 4, Winter Carnival Court 3. ADOLF M. KRECH, Social Science ............. Cleveland, Ohio Bowling Green University, Alpha Psi Omega 4, Clio 3, 4, LSA 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 3, Social Science Council 3, 4, Stray Greeks 3, 4. ESTHER KROOTH, Home Economics .............. .... C hicago University of Illinois, AWS 3, 4, Bowling League 4, Hillel 3, Home Economics Club 4. ELEANORE PATRICIA KRUSZYNSKI, English, Social Science Oak Lawn Alpha Beta Alpha 4, English Club 1, 2, Library Science Club 2, 3, New- man Club 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA I. DEANNA M. KUCERA, Home Economics ............. Naperville Home Economics Club I, Orchesis 1, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3. 71 ,A ru- -. ,-.4-' '- 'f" tt l EEF l A '9 if-V ' ' 4 ' t' Et' , V .1 . ' 'r . ' fi:'g,.4v'L V .g-:3,:?fl2i'ff F- ' jf: it fig fspw. , , f Lg si 5114 R - tv: t ,ft .uzfssses H V1 x .451- rr ' Taxwtn Wf"'T','u1"'o - fa ' . .. . fi f"i5 f 1 Ne, HY nf", 'hu' ENIUR JERRY E. KUCHTA, Business, Marketing. . . .. .Brookfield EDSON C. KUSCHKE, Industrial Ar-ts ......... .. .Park Ridge Wright Junior College, Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH J. LACKI, Business Education ...... . . .Chicago ALICE F. LAIBE, Business Education ...... . .... . . ..... Chicago Wright Junior College, Bowling League 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, Town Girls 3, 4. WAYNE L. LAMBERT, Business Administration ......... Naperville North Central College, Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Vets Club 2. GERALD E. LANG, Business Administration. . . . . .Creston Business Club 4, Chorus I, 2, Vets Club 2, 3, 4. JEAN B. LAPACEK, Elementary Education ....,,.. .... B rooktield Illinois State Normal University, ACE 3, 4, IVCF 3, 4, Town Girls 3. SANDRA L. LARKIN, French, English ...... . . . ....... Sycamore English Club 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, SEA 2, 4, Town Girls I, 2, 3, 4. ARDUS M. LARSON, Elementary Education .......,... . .Newark ACE 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Concert Band I, 2, 3, IVCF 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3. LLOYD E. LARSON, JR., Business, Management ........ Kingston Augustana College, Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, pres. 4. EUGENE H. LATZ, Elementary Education. . . . ...... North Chicago University of Illinois, Chi Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, pres. 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 2, 4. BARBARA ANN LE BEAU, Mathematics, Chemistry ....... Wheaton AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, Math Club I, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Newman Club 'l, 2, 4, Sigma Zeta 3, 4, Town Girls 2. RITA E. LEDOWSKI, English, Music ................. Villa Park Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir i, 2, 3, 4, Cwens 2, English Club I, German Club 2, Homecoming Court 3, 4, NORTHER 2, Sigma Alpha lata 3, 4, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Town Girls 2, Wesley Foundation 3, 4. MARY L. LEE, Biology, Earth Science ............. . . .DeKalb Beta Alpha Zeta i, 2, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. GEORGE B. LEGAN, Physical Education, Earth Science ...... Joliet Joliet Junior College, Flunkies 3, 4, treas. 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Officials Club 3, 4. MARY ANN LEHMAN, Biology, Spanish ........ .. .Lockport Beta Alpha Zeta I, 2, 3, 4, SEA 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. CAROL F. LEMON, Elementary Education. . . . ............ Elgin AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Pi Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3. JEANNE R. LENKART, Home Economics ................ Chicago Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 3, 4. JOHN L. LESNIK, Physical Education, History ............. Joliet Joliet Junior College, Football 3, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4. DANIEL G. LEVER, Business, Accounting ............... Chicago Wright Junior College, Canterbury Club 3, 4, treas 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Pi Omega Pi 4. MONNIE D. LEVIN, Physical Education, Home Economics. .Chicago Delta Psi Kappa 3, 4, Homecoming Court 3, Maior-Minor I, 3, 4, Moy Fete Court 2, Miss Northern finalist 1, 2, 3, Orchesis I, 3, 4, SEA I, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Winter Carnival Court 2, WRA I, 2, 3, 4. 72 Q l ing, tt' if S tw.. 7 ,, J 'C f as 5 Ii, L' J N 1 'Wd gig , jg .1 g S is.- qs- s ..- , fps iQ! is 9. 1. I L'lfl5'5' 0 I9 9 CAROLE C. LEWERENZ, Elementary Education. . . . . .Harvard NANCY R. LINDENMEYER, Mathematics, English ...,..... Aurora Concert Choir 'l, Cwens 2, English Club T, Gamma Della 'l, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Math Club 'l,2, 3, 4, sec. 2, vice-pres. 3, NORTHER I, NORTHERN STAR 'l, Pi Kappa Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, treas. 3, Pleiades 4, Sigma Zeta 2, 3, 4. MARY M. LINQUIST, Mathematics, Journalism .... . ..... Chicago Main Club 1, 2, 3, 4, NORTHERN STAR 2, 3, Town Girls T, 2, 3, 4. MARJORIE A. LIPSKER, Elementary Education. . . . .Grandview, Mo. AWS 'l,2, 3, 4, Bowling League 2, 3, sec. 3, Cwens 2, Delta Sigma Epsilon I, Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. JOHN F. LOEF, Physical Education, Biology .... . . .Elmhurst University of Notre Dame, Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4. PHILLIP A. LOMAS, Business, Management. . . . . .Caledonia Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 4. BERNIECE LOVELADY, Mathematics, Home Economics. .... Chicago Alpha Sigma Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls I, Wesley Foundation l, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. LOVING, Business Administration. . . . ....... Chicago Accounting club 2, 3, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, NORTHERN STAR 4, advertising manager 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. DONALD J. LUND, Industrial Arts ............... Elmwood Park Industrial Arts Club I, 2, Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4. WAYNE A. LUNDBERG, Chemistry, Mathematics. . . .... Maywood Industrial Arts Club 'l, Math Club 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Tau Beta Rho 3, 4. JOYCE A. LUSSKY, Mathematics, Music. ............... Aurora Alpha Phi Gamma 2, 3, 4, AWS l,2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Concert Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Bulletin ed. 3, Homecoming Committee 3, Math Club 1, NORTHER I, 2, 3, 4, layout ed. 2, assoc. ed. 3, editor 4, Sigma Kagpig lt, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, Treble Clef 3, Wesley Foundation I, , , - MARGARET SUE LYON, Elementary Education. . . . . . . .Des Plaines ACE 2, 3, Alpha Xi Delta 4, pres. 4, Canterbury Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 2, vice-pres. 3, Gamma Theta 2, 3. LUCIA A. LYONS, Elementary Education. . . . .... . . . . . . . . .Peru LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College, Adams Hall sec. 4, Concert Choir 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Sigma 3, 4. MERLE J. LYONS, Elementary Education ...... . . . . .Brookfield Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 4. CHARLES A. McBRlARTY, JR., Physical Education, History .... Elgin Newman Club 3, 4, Stray Greeks 3, 4, Vets Club 4. WILLIAM C. McCLO5KEY, JR., Business, Management. . . .Streator gadlzy 3Unlversity, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Vets ub , , . TERRY REED McCUBBlN, Business Administration ..... . . .Aurora Delta Beta Epsilon I, 2, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 'l, 2, 3, 4. ALFRED D. McDOWELL, Business Administration, Economics Rockford Delta Beta Epsilon 'I, 2, Vets Club l. DONALD W. McFARLAND, Business, Accounting ........ Kewanee Western Illinois University, Accounting Club 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. JAMES B. McGANN, Business, Management. . . . . . . . . .Oak Lawn Joliet Junior College, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Newman Club 3, 4. CHARLES E. McKEE, Business Administration .......... . .DeKalb Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Vets Club 'l, 2. 73 ig 3 'fi-5 E :ma M 1.1 N.. .M- M giiii as 1 bf l B. el 1. g. -if 5 M it 'S Q -t Be , . , , W ... i is . . 3 Rf ' M -Q-" .. 5, . WH ,miie " f iq ""'f' .S'ENl0R5 SUSAN E. McKlNSEY, Elementary Education. ........... Chicago ACE 3, Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, NORTHER 3, WRA l, 2. JANE H. McMAHON, French, English ..... . . ..... Elmwood Park Concert Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 4, vice-pres. 4, Inter-Faith Council 2, sec. 2, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, cor. sec. 4. ROBERT G. MCMANUS, Social Science. . . ..... . . .Fairfield Eastern lllinais University. LLOYD D. McROY, Business Education. . . . . .Round Lake JOYCE A. MADER, Elementary Education ........... Forest Park ACE l, 2, 3, 4, AWS l, 2, 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, Wesley Foundation l. JANET J. MADRO, Elementary Education .............. Chicago Wright Junior College, Bowling league 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, Town Girls 3, 4, WRA 3, 4. WAYNE G. MAKEL, Speech, Physical Education ..... .... C hicago Debate Team 4, Football l, 2, Forensics 4, Swimming l, 2, Wrestling l, 2, 3. RONALD W. MANDER, Earth Science, Biology ....... . . .Chicago Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4, sec. 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4. BARBARA A. MANZKE, Elementary Education .......... Chicago Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Orchesis 2, 3, Town Girls 2. RICHARD W. MARELA, Business, Accounting ......... .Oak Lawn University of Illinois at Navy Pier, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4. JOSEPH A. MARKS, Industrial Arts ....... . . .Chicago Heights Industrial Arts Club l, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 4. RAY W. MARS, Mathematics, Physics ..... . . .Chicago JULlUS W. MARUT, Elementary Education ....... . .... Brookfield Alpha Psi Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 2, cor. sec. 4, lnter-Fraternity Council 2, sec. 2, Newman Club l, 2, NORTHER 'l, 2, SEA 'l, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3. ROBERTA F. MARZANO, Elementary Education. . . . .Elmwood Park AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, SEA l, Town Girls 2. CAROLE Y. MASILUNIS, Home Economics .............. DeKalb AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Delta Zeta l, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club l, Orchesis l, 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, Town Girls l, 2, 3, 4. DONALD W. MATHENY, Physical Education, Biology ..... Chicago Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. HONORA A. MATHEWS, Elementary Education-Speech Correction Harvey AWS l, 2, Orchesis 'l, 2, Sigma Alpha Eta 4. RAYMOND J. MATKOVIC, Industrial Arts ......... . . .DeKalb Epsilon Pi Tau 3, 4, pres. 4, Industrial Arts Club 3, 4. DARRELL D. MATTHEWS, Zoology, Psychology .......... Chicago Beta Alpha Zeta 3, 4, Canterbury Club 2, Earth Science Club 3, SEA 3, Vets Club 2. THOMAS L. MATTHEWSON, Earth Science. . . .... Chicago University of Illinois. E. LESTER MAUZER, Business, Marketing ......... . . . .Westmont Delta Beta Epsilon 'l, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2. 74 CMS' 0F 79 9 THOMAS ALAN MAYPOLE, English, History ............ Skokie Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 3, Cavaliers 4, Chorus 1, Concert Choir I, English Club I, 2, 3, 4, SEA I, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, TOWERS ed. 4. HARRY MEEKMA, Business, Marketing ...... ...... , . .Chicago Alpha Psi Epsilon 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 4. MARLENE M. MELNIK, Home Economics .......... . . . . .Chicago AWS 'l, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club l, 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, SEA 2, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Town Girls 2. LEONARD R. MERSHIMER, Biology, Social Science ....... Chicago University of Illinois at Navy Pier, Alpha Psi Epsilon 3, 4, sec. 4, Beta Alpha Zeta 3, 4, pres. 4, Vets Club 4. CHARLES R. MIDDLETON, Zoology, Chemistry. .... Franklin Grove Biology Club 3, 4, Cavaliers 4, vice-pres. 4, LSA 2, 3, 4, NORTHERN STAR 3, Pi Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Sigma Zeta 3, 4, Tau Beta Rho 2, 3. JULIE MIKAELIAN, Elementary Education ..... . ...... Chicago AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Orchesis I, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 3. GEORGE D. MILBRANDT, JR., Industrial Arts. . . . .... Chicago Iowa State College. JOHN P. MILITELLO, Business Education ............. Elmhurst Chorug 'l,2, 3, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Flunkies 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 'l, 2, , 4. ANNETTE MARIE MILLER, Elementary Education, Library Science Itasca ACE 2, 3, 4, Alpha Beta Alpha 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, treas. 4, AWS l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 4, Homecoming Bulletin ed. 4, Homecoming Com- mittee 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, NORTHER 2, 3, section ed. 3, Pleiades 4, SEA I, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, USF I, Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. ROBERT J. MILLER, History, Sociology ................ Chicago Wright Junior College, Boots and Calico 3, 4, Chorus 3, Clio 3, 4, German Club 3, IVCF 3, 4, Judson Fellowship 3, 4, NORTHERN STAR 3, Social Science Council 4. FREDERICK A. MINER, Physics, Mathematics ........... DeKalb Boots and Calico 3, 4, English Club I, Wesley Foundation l,2, 3, 4, WNIC l, 2, 3, 4. ARLENE MIRABELLI, Elementary Education ...... , , . . . . .Chicago Chicago Teachers College, ACE 3, AWS 2, 3, Newman Club 2, 3, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Town Girls 2. RICHARD A. MIRO, Business Education . . . . . . .Bensenville Flunkies 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3. BRUCE A. MITCHELL, Mathematics, Physical Education .... Freeport Springheld College, Springfield, Mass., Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, Math Club I, Wesley Foundation Council 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL J. MITCHELL, Physical Education, Social Science .... Elgin Flunkies 2, Newman Club 2. DAWN E. MITTER, Elementary Education .... . ........... Elgin AWS I, 2, 3, 4, council 3, Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, May Fete Committee 2, 3, co-chairman 3, Panhellenic Council 4, Town Girls 2. ROBERT E. MOISAND, General Science ............... Chicago Alpha Psi Epsilon 3, 4, Beta Alpha Zeta 'l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 3, Tau Beta Rho l, 2. MARTIN MONEGAIN, Physical Education, History ....... Chicago Chicago City College, Track 3. MICHAEL V. MORANO, Biology, Chemistry ............ Berwyn Biology Club 3, 4, Bowling League 4, Newman Club 3, 4. MEREDITH CAROL MORE, Elementary Education ....... Villa Park ACE 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 'l, 2. MARGARET C. MORGAN, Music ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . Park Forest Alpha Xi Delta 4, vice-pres. 4, AWS l,2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, Gamma Theta 2, 3, Orchesis 2, 4. 75 S NMR JAMES H. MORRIS, Industrial Arts .................. Yorkville Epsilon Pi Tau 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Industrial Arts Club 4. LLOYD E. MORRIS, Physical Education ...... . . . . . . .Belvidere Northwestern University, Flunkies 4, Football 3, 4. ROBERT E. MOSES, Social Science ......... .... C lllcago Wilson Junior College, Clio 4. KAY S. MULLIS, Home Economics. .. ...... . ...... .... D eKalb Home Economics Club 3, Pi Kappa Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 'l, 2. JACK MUSKER, Social Science .... . .... ..... ........ C h icago University of Illinois at Navy Pier, IVCF 3, 4, Social Science Council 3, 4. GEORGE M. NAHABEDIAN, Physical Education, Biology. .Chicago Wright Junior College, Flunkies 3, 4, Officials Club 4. GEORGE E. NAHAS, Business, Management ...... . . . . . . .Joliet Baseball 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, NEWMAN BARKER ed. 4, Newman C ub 3, 4. MATTHEWJ NAPOLI Chemistry, Mathematics Chica o Wilson Junior College, ,Concert Band 3, Newman Club 3, 4, Tau Beta Rho 3, 4. BARBARA A. NELSON, Elementary Educa-tion .......... Lombard ACE 2, 3, 4, AWS l, 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, vice-pres. 4, Homecoming Court 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Pi Kappa Sigma l,2, 3, 4, pres. 3, Pleiades 4, Town Girls 2, Wesley Foundation 2, 3. DAVID A. NELSON, Speech, Political Science. . .... . . . . . . . Elgin Denver University, Canterbury Club 3, 4, Flunkies 3, 4, Play 4, Social Science Council 3, 4, Student Action Committee 4. PAUL A. NELSON, Elementary Education .... . . .Dixon Chorus 1, 2, SEA 3, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4. CAROLL E. NEMEC, Elementary Education ..... . . . . . . . .Chicago Bowling League 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, SEA l, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4, WRA l, 2, 3, 4. MARIANNE LOU NESLER, Elementary Education ........... Elgin ACE 1,2, 3, 4, rec. sec. 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, AWS l,2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, NORTHER l,2, 3, 4, SEA l, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 2, USF 3, 4. RICHARD J. NICHOLSON, JR., Business Education ....... Chicago Delta Beta Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vets Club l, 2, 3, 4. DIANE L. NIELSEN, Elementary Education ...... . ...... Chicago ACE l, 2, 3, Town Girls 2, Wesley Foundation l, 2, 3, 4. NANCY H. NIEMANN, Elementary Education. . . . . . . . . . .Chicago Northwestern University, Alpha Xi Delta 4, Boots and Calico 3, 4, Christian Science Organization 3, 4. JEANETTE MARY NORD, Business, Home Economics .... Libertyville Alpha Xi Delta 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Delta Beta Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Theta l, 2, 3, cor. sec. 3, LSA l, Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, SEA I, 2, 3, 4. CAROL L. NORTON, Social Science ................. Glenview Alpha Omicron Pi I, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, 2nd vice-pres. 4, AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Human Relations Council l, LSA 1, Social Science Council 3, Town Girls 2, 3, 4, WRA l, 2, 3, 4. DAVID L. NOVAK, Social Science, Earth Science ..... Franklin Park Illinois State Normal University, Clio 3, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 4. JERRY P. NOVAK, Business, Marketing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Berwyn Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Concert Choir 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 3, 4. DIANNE E. NYBERG, Elementary Education ............ Chicago ACE 3, 4, Chorus l,2, IVCF 1, LSA l,2, 3, 4, sec. 3, SEA l,3, 4, Treble Clef 2. 76 43- 123' fn- ' i I . l li l T3 1:1 .P-'Q ..-. -no .. V H. Rh. 755' ., ,hiss 1 L -11 U: '-w, , I J .l N . 1 1 .v X 'nd if: ' , x gl. W, 621455 0 79 9 BLAIR R. NYSTROM, Business, Finance ...... . . .Rockford Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. BARBARA J. O'BRlEN, Elementary Education .... ....... E lgin LSA 3, SEA 3. LAWRENCE J. O'DONNELL, Physical Education ..... Cherry Valley May Fete Committee 3, 4, Newman Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Omcials Club 2, 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4. MARY E. OLSEN, Elementary Education ............. Des Plaines ACE 2, 3, Alpha Xi Delta 4, cor. sec. 4, AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Gamma Theta 2, 3, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. KENNETH E. OLSON, Business, Accounting ............. DeKalb Accounting Club l, 2, 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 'l, 2, 3, 4, NEIL K. OLSON, Business, Marketing. .............. St. Charles University of Minnesota, Concert Band l, Dance Band l, 2, 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 1, Vets Club l, 2, 3, 4. JUNE R. OPATRNY, Music ....... . .... , ............ Chicago Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3,4, AWS 'l, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Modrigols 3, 4, Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Treble Clef 2, Wesley Foundation l, 2, 3, 4, cor. sec. 3. RALPH W. OPELT, Business, Management ..... .......... J oliet Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Gamma Delta 3, 4. JOAN M. PAGELS, Elementary Education .... ...... . Wood Dale Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. MlCHAEL JOHN PAGUARO, Social Science. . . . . . . ..... Chicago Flunkies 3, 4, Officials Club 3, Social Science Council 3, 4, Vets Club 3. CHARLES A. PARTAIN, Business Administration ........... Crete Basketball l, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4. JOSEPH M. PASTERIS, Social Science ............. . .... DeKalb Clio 4, Social Science Council 4. RONALD G. PASTRYK, Elementary Education ........... Chicago Wright Junior College, Boots and Calico 3, Chorus 3, Gamma Delta 3, 4, SEA 3, 4. EUGENE J. PATRIZI, Fine Arts ................ Chicago Heights Art Guild 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Homecoming Court 4, Kappa Pi 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Orchesis 2, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4. HAROLD O. PATTERSON, Earth Science, Biology ...... Maple Pork Band l, Biology Club 3, Earth Science Club 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 3, NORTHERN STAR l, Orchestra l, Wesley Foundation l, Wrestling 2. JOHN W. PATTERSON, Business, Marketing ........... Streator Accounting Club 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4. JACK PAWLOWSKI, Social Science, Spanish ............. Cicero University of Illinois, Clio 3, 4, Newman Club 3, SEA 3, 4, Sigma Delta Pi 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, pres. 3. SALLY R. PAYNE, English, Biology ................... Chicago Cwens 2, pres. 2, Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, IVCF l, 2, 3, 4, Judson Fellowship l, 2, 3, 4, NORTHERN STAR l, Orchesis l, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Stu- dent Activity Fund Board 3, sec. 3, Winter Carnival chairman 3. JANET A. PELLETIER, Elementary Education, English. . .Crystal Lake Canterbury Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, English Club 4, Homecoming Court 4, Student Handbook Committee 3, Student Senate 3, sec. 3. JANICE C. PETERIK, Elementary Education. .. . . .Berwyn Newman Club 2, 3, 4. ORRIN M. PETERSON, Chemistry ..................... DeKalb Student Activity Fund Board 4, Student Senate 4, Tau Beta Rho 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Vets Club 2, 3, 4. 77 'hm LWIORS' ROBERT R. PEURA, Business, Marketing. . . .... Aurora Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Vets Club 4. JACK PFEIFER, Business Administration. . . .... St. Charles Pi Kappa Phi 4, Track 4. ROBERTA R. PHELPS, Elementary Education ...... ..... B ellwood Chorus 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 3, 4. RICHARD F. PHIPPS, Business, Marketing ............. Evanston Lincoln Junior College, Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 3. DAVID I.. PIERSON, Social Science ............. . ..... DeKalb Exchange Student Program Committee 3, 4. JOHN LEONARD PILON, JR., Business, Marketing. . . . . . .Chicago University of Illinois, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Election Commission 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4, Pi Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Student Senate 3, 4, WNIC 2. JAMES DOUGLAS PLACE, Physical Education ......... .Rockford Baseball I, 2, 3, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, WNIC l, 2, 3, 4. DALE E. POLLETT, Business Education ........ . . .Streator Western Illinois University, Delta Beta Epsilon 4. RAYMOND EDWIN POWERS, Business, Accounting ....... Aurora Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon l,2, 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 2, 3, Newman Club l,2, 3, 4, Senior class dance chairman, Theta Kappa Phi l, 2, 3, 4, pros. 3, Winter Carnival co-chairman 3. MARK W. PRENTICE, Business Administration ....... Franklin Park Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. WILLIAM C. PRESCOTT, Business Administration. . . . . .Belvidere Carroll College. EDWARD JOHN PRITZKAU, German, Social Science ...... Chicago Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, German Club 4, pres. 4, IVCF 3, 4, Judson Fellowship 3, 4, treas. 4. DAVID A. PROUDFOOT, Business Administration ........ Rockford Accounting Club 3, 4, Chorus l,2, Delta Beta Epsilon l,2, 3, 4, vice- pres. 3, treas. 4. WILLARD H. PRYNN, Biological Science .... Joliet Junior College. CHARLES D. PUTTS, Industrial Arts ..... . . . LaGrange Junior College, Baseball 2, 3, Bowling Industrial Arts Club I, 2, 3, 4. CARL A. RAFFEN, Physical Education. . . Colorado A 81 M. JOYCE C. RAY, Elementary Education. .... . . . . .Joliet . . . . . . . . .Brooktield League l, 2, 3, Golf 'l, . . . . .Westmont . . . . .LaGrange Park Cwens 2, Kappa Delta 1.2, 3, 4, treas. 3, cor. sec. 4, NORTHER I, Senior class sec.-treas., Winter Carnival Court 3. DON E. REAGAN, Business Administration. . . . . . .Evergreen Park Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Com- mittee 4, treas. 4, IVCF 'l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, Judson Fellowship 2, Wesley Foundation I. NANCY MAE REBENAR, Elementary Education ........ Port Byron ACE 4, AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Pi Kappa Sigma 3, 4, SEA 3, Town Girls 3, 4. KURT A. REICHARDT, Social Science, Journalism. . . .... Rock Falls University of Illinois, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, LSA I, 2, 3, 4, pres. 2, 3, NORTHERN STAR l, 2, 3, 4, Play 2, Student Exchange Committee 3, Uni- versity Religious Cauncil 3. TERRY K. REID, Chemistry, Mathematics ...... . ..... . .McHenry Alpha Phi Omega l,2, 3, 4, American Chemical Society 4, Sigma Zeta 2, 3, 4, Tennis l, 2, Wrestling l. 78 L'llI5.S' 0F 79 9 ROBERT GORDON REINEL, General Science. . . . . .Warrenville Kalamazoo College. JEROME P. REUSSOW, General Science, Earth Science ...... Itasca IVCF 3, 4, Sigma Zeta 3. BEATRICE MARY RIDGE, Elementary Education, English River Grove ACE 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, LSA 2, 3, WRA I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. RIEDESEL, Business Administration. . . . . .... . .Oregon Accounting Club 3, 4, Della Beta Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. AUDREY P. RIGHTON, Elementary Education ..... . .... .Chicago ACE 3, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, 4, Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 4, NORTHERN STAR 3, advertising manager 3, Panhellenic Council 3, Senior class activities chairman, WRA I, 2. ROBERT J. RILEY, Business Education ...... . . . . . .... Joliet Joliet Junior College. ALVIN J. ROBINSON, Social Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chicago Alpha Phi Omega I, 2, 3, 4, Human Relations Council I, 2, 3, Kappa Sigma Kappa 'l, 2, 3, 4, Social Science Council 4, Student Senate 3. HOWARD A. ROBINSON, Business ..... . . . . ....... Forest Park Delta Beta Epsilon 1, 4, Flunkies 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, vice-pres. 4, Ofllciols Club 4. LAURENCE JEROME ROGERS, Business, Accounting. . . . . . .Aurora Accounting Club 3, Delta Beta Epsilon 1, 2, 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 4, Newmgn Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis i, Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, pres. . SHEILA ROSE ROONEY, Elementary Education .......... Chicago AWS 'l, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 'l,2, 3, 4, SEA 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3. HARRY JOHN ROSS, Speech, English . . . . . .Chicago Newman Club 3, vice-pres. 3. -f - - . f- f L., . .1 WILLIAM A. ROY, Elementary Education. .... . ....... Villa Park University of Illinois, Artist Lecture Board 3, Gilbert Hall, sec. 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Student Senate 3, 4, pres. 4. CHARLES J. RUDER, Business Administration. . . . . .... . .Manteno Basketball 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, JV Basketball 2, Newman Club 2, 3, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4, vice-pres. 3. RICHARD S. RUFFOLO, Elementary Education ........... Chicago Football I, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. MARY LOU RUNGE, Elementary Education ...... Burlington, Wisc. Alpha Phi Gamma 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, NORTHER 3, 4, section ed. 4, SEA 2, 4, Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, Wesley Foundation I, 2. ARTHUR J. RUSH, Physical Education . . . .............. Chicago Gymnastics 3, 4, Newman Club I, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. MILVI RUUTELMANN, Business Education. . . . . . . . . .Melrose Park AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, German Club I, 2, Math Club 'I, 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, Wesley Foundation 4. DUDLEY M. RYAN, Industrial Arts ........ . .......... Urbana Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vets Club 3, 4. MARILYN L. SAFARIK, Elementary Education .......... Brookfield Morton Junior College, Newman Club 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, Town Girls 3, WRA 3. SANDRA SAMUEL, Speech, English. . . .... DeKalb Alpha Psi Omega 4, LSA 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA A. SAMUELSON, English .................. Chicago IQIORTHERN STAR I, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, WNIC 79 SENIOR! JEAN M. SANDHOLM, Elementary Education .......... Wheaton AWS 'l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, Kappa Delta l, 2, 3, 4, SEA l. FLOYD W. SANFORD, Business, Accounting ............ DeKalb Accounting Club 3, 4, pres. 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. JOHN SASENICK, Business Administration ............. Chicago Delta Beta Epsilon 'l, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Phi 3, 4, Vets Club 4. DONNA M. SCERINI, Elementary Education ............ Ottawa Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, AWS l, 2, 3, 4, IVCF 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 4, Winter Carnival Court 3. DONALD J. SCHABEL, Music ....................... Chicago Alpha Beta Alpha 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 4, Boots and Calico I, Chorus 2, 3, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Orchestra l,2, 3, 4, Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, WNIC 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM H. SCHAEFFER, Speech .............. Prospect Heights Phi Sigma Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Play 4, Wrestling I. ARNOLD D. SCHAPER, Elementary Education ....... Mount Morris Boots and Calico 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Men's Glee Club 4, WNIC 2. EMIL RAY SCHIESSER, Physics, Mathematics ............ DeKalb Cross Country 3, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Zeta 3, 4. CAROL A. SCHLAF, Elementary Education. ............ Chicago ACE t, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Cwens 2, treas. 2, NORTHER I, 2, 3, 4, assoc. picture ed. 2, section ed. 3, Wesley Founda- tion l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 2, Williston Hall pres. 3. ROBERT A. SCHLAK, Business, Management... ..... Sycamore Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Vets Club 4. GENE E. SCHLUETER, Biology, English ............ West Chicago Football l, 2, German Club 2, Tau Kappa Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2. LEROY T. SCHMIDT, Business, Management .............. Joliet Joliet Junior College, Bowling League 3, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Vets Club 3, 4. PATRICIA A. SCHMIDT, Elementary Education. . . ........ Capron Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, SEA 4, Town Girls 3. NADINE K. SCHNECKLOTH, Business Education ....... Waukegan Iowa State Teachers College, Chorus 2, Kappa Delta Pi 3, NORTHER 'l, Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. ROBERT S. SCHNEIDER, Business, Accounting ......... Hampshire Accounting Club 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega I, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Vets Club 2, 3, 4. CAROL SCHNELL, Spanish, English .................... Dixon May Fete Committee 2, 3, 4, Sigma Delta Pi 2, 3, 4, pres. 3, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Student Activity Fund Board 3, 4, Town Girls 3. ALVIN F. SCHOENBACH, Physical Education, Biology ..... Elmhurst Flunkies 'l, 2, 3, 4, Football 'l, 2, 3, 4. ANNA MARIE SCHOENY, Home Economics ............... Leno Western lllinois University, Home Economics Club 3, 4, SEA 3, 4, Town Girls 3, 4. CHARLENE A. SCHRAUFNAGEL, Elementary Education .... Chicago Chicago Teachers College, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, SEA 2, 4. PHYLLIS A. SCHROEDER, Home Economics ............. Watseka Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH SCIME, Physical Education, Accounting ........ Kankakee Delta Beta Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2. 80 , ..,,,.,,5, IL - ' .,,, J "x .ry I '- Xln .J" AR' Wt qu-nn sv: Za 'ts- X ,os 'Y' .4-as I pf . -soy -5 x V 1 'S T59 1.1 H ' 5. , 'R' 'T' , W .piwift I N :il I I X, ' IMI IEW? ve .. uf 6' L... I -uf sift I 279' 'IW I F. L IV I' iw' 1 it it .ti .,. f i' sv' If x 7-. . 3.5, G go 5- W R453 if PQI' T-X E W . . 1 . ' . rf: .4 t-hs' .4111-r'.' ll 'lv' v I' in tx, ' S A I ! , if an 'tkfiiiiiif' 1 " , ,fl . ffviifff ,. Q,.iQ2l4.:t.,, .f ip ' 'P' ' izfkiiilffiim if -. . - t if .tLzt2tE.1. .. --,ft 21' ,r , ifffwsmtt. 1 .4 ' W' ,..::. W 'si' . - t..5:?Etfettf'itllk T12 2 ...ft .ii , mi... C .ML gi . gi.. , ggi 1,-:girlie ts? .4 ,twiki ... " .,.-H -F- .i- 'R Ili' ,t .V., , . .atv assi I 'ww 11. In ws -,W . . ' 1 r ' ss '- 4 " L t 'ff I- f WR 1 A I " . ,. A . I . rf ' . . ,A , . . it it .,-,f's,shzzz:-i- J tm " ' it --.ff .. -31953-iii-"is-with 'wif L " -it v 'CHQ 3 sw-"lt, ' I H1455 0F 19 9 RICHARD P. SECREST, Industrial Arts ................. DeKalb Alpha Psi Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 2, 3, Epsilon Pi Tau 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ARLENE M. SEEGERS, Home Economics .............. Marengo Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, pres. 4, Boots and Calico 2, 3, Gamma Della 1, 2, treos. 2, Home Economics Club I, 2, 4, NORTHER 2, 3, picture ed. 3, Town Girls 2, 3. BRUCE W. SETCHELL, Business Education .............. Sublette Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 4, SEA 2, 3, 4, treas. 4, Wesley Foundation 3, 4. WILLIAM F. SETTLES, Social Science ................... Aurora Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Human Relations Council 2, SEA 1, 2, 4, Social Science Council 3, 4. RUTH SEVERSON, Home Economics ................... .Utica University of Illinois, Home Economics Club I, 2, 4, WRA 1, 2. ELIZABETH L. SHAFFER, Elementary Education-Speech Correction DeKalb Alpha Omicron Pi l,2, 3, 4, pres. 3, AWS I,2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,2, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, pres. 4, Orchesis I, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Speech Clinician 2, 3, 4, Town Girls I, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation I, 2. JAMES H. SHANEBROOK, Business, Accounting ........ Rockford Accounting Club 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon I, 2, NORTHERN STAR business manager 4, Pi Kappa Phi 3, 4. ROSS E. SHELLENBERGER, Fine Arts, Social Science .... Libertyville Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Artists and Lecture Board 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Fine Arts Guild 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 1, NORTHER 2, 3, Ofticials Club 1, Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD J. SHEREIKIS, English ......... , ........... Chicago Basketball 1, Flunkies 3, 4, cor. sec. 4, Officials Club 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, treas. 4. BERNICE M. SHERIDAN, Elementary Education .......... Chicago ACE 3, 4, AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, IVCF 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Neptune Junior Counselor 3, NORTHER 2, Pleiades 4, Treble Clef 1, 2. RICHARD SHERIDAN, Social Science .................. Chicago Basketball I, 2, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. JANET E. SHERK, Mathematics, Accounting ............ Oglesby Aws 1, 2, 3, 4, Moth ci-tb 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA 4, sigma zero 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. PETER SHUTTS, Business, Marketing ............. . .... DeKalb LaGrange Township Junior College, Chorus 3, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. JOAN M. SIEMERS, Elementary Education, Library Science. .Cicero ACE I,2, 3, 4, Alpha Beta Alpha 3, 4, Artists and Lecture Board 2, AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Cwens 2, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, sec. 4, Pi Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, cor. sec. 3, Pleiades 4, SEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. JOANN M. SIMAK, Biology, English ........... ...Cicero Morton Junior College, Biology Club 4, Town Girls 3, 4. MAGDA SIMOPOULOS, Spanish, English. . . . .Chicago Clio 4, Town Girls 3. MICHAEL T. SIPOS, Earth Science ......... ...... A urora ANITA G. SKOGLUND, Elementary Education ...... Norwood Park North Park College, IVCF 4, SEA 4, Town Girls 3, 4, Wesley Founda- tion 3. DONALD D. SKOWBO, Physical Education. .......... Brookfield Lyons Township Junior College, Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Gilbert Hall treas. 3. ARTHUR W. SLABER, Earth Science ..... , ............ Hinsdale Alpha Psi Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Earth Science Club 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, Inter- Fraternity Council 2. ROBERT E. SLATER, Business, Marketing .....,.. ....... J oliet Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Stray Greeks 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 3, 4. 81 155 5, -1 '- , "Wa ,W I K sr , I 'W I xg 1 I H 2 ll -4' n,,,.,. .'-2 My m v .1 .4 r ifwli I if 212-Rc "ffi' ' . 'M EQQ 'Q-V 'mn -I in-un Vi. Wt," , XE- . fr-' l . ,Q ' . , I .4 nr Jw, I i in 'G' f I I l, v lull? E. f- -, Qwwv' 5ENl0R5' JAMES J. SLOBODNIK, Business, Accounting. ....... . .... Joliet Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Stray Greeks 3, 4, Vets Club 3, 4. DAVID A. SMITH, Business Education .... . ........... Evanston St. Mary's College, Winona, Minn., Accounting Club 2, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 4. DIANE K. SMITH, Elementary Education ............. .Elmhurst ACE 3, 4, IVCF I, 2, Judson Fellowship l, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 2, pres. 4, NORTHER 2, University Religious Council 2, 3, pres. 3. DONALD P. SMITH, Business, Accounting .............. Aurora University of Illinois, Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Stray Greeks 2, 3, 4, pres. 3. DORIS MARGUERITE SMITH, Elementary Education ..... Brookfield AWS 2, Band l, 2, Newman Club 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, SEA 4. MARIELLEN SMITH, Elementary Education. . ........... Chicago ACE 3, 4, AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 'l, 2, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Orchesis I, 2, 3, 4, SEA 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, cor. sec. 4, Town Girls 2. FREDERICK G. SNYDER, Earth Science, Chemistry ........ Freeport American Chemical Society 3, 4, Earth Science Club 2, 3, 4, Football 'l, Vets Club 4. KATHERINE A. SOELKE, English .................,... Berwyn Qortog Junior College, Alpha Xi Delta 4, Gamma Theta 3, Spanish lub . RAYMOND D. SPEAKMAN, Business, Management. . . . . .Chicago Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4. ROBERT J. SPEROS, Business, Marketing. . . . . .Chicago Chi Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, Golf 2. EDWARD P. SPIEGEL, Business, Accounting .......... . .Chicago Thornton Junior College, Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. MARILYN L. SPINK, Social Science ................... Chicago Alpha Beta Alpha 3, 4, Clio 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, 4, Social Science Council 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. KENLEY A. SPOONER, Physical Education, Biology ....... Hebron Northwestern University. MOLLY M. SPRINGS, Elementary Education .......... Waukegan ACE 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Orchesis I, 2, 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. JANET R. STEES, Home Economics. .......... . ......... Elgin Home Economics Club 4, Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, Major-Minor Club I, vp- -. l Neptune Junior Counselor 3, Orchesis 'l, 2, WRA I. WILLIAM N. STEINHAGEN, Business, Accounting. . . . . .Polo University of Illinois, Delta Beta Epsilon 4. JOHN R. STELLMAN, JR., Business Administration. . . . . .Chicago Lincoln College, Chi Sigma Nu 3, 4. DONALD C. STETINA, Social Science ................. Chicago Wright Junior College, Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, SEA 'l, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT F. STEWART, Business Administration .... .... RICHARD G. STILLING, Physical Education ,... .... . .. Cortland .McHenry Homecoming Court 4, JV Football 'l, Football 2, 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4. NAN STONER, Elementary Education, Library Science. .... Chicago Alpha Beta Alpha 3, 4, cor. sec. 4, SEA 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, USF 1,2,3,4. 82 CHI!! 0 I9 9 JANET L. STRADER, Physical Education. . .............. Chicago Cwens 2, Delta Psi Kappa 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, pres. 4, Maior-Minor Club I,2, 3, 4, Orchesis I, 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, treas. 4, Pleiades 4, WAA I, Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE E. STRALOW, Music ....................... Morrison AWS 'I, 2, 3, 4, Band 'l, Chorus 'l, 2, Concert Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Madri- gals 3, 4, Sigma Alpha lata 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4, Treble Clef 2, Wesley Foundation 'l, 2, 3, 4. LOIS J. STRANG, Business Education . . . . . . . . ....... . . Rockford QWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, Delta Beta Epsilon 1, 2, IVCF I, 2, Town iris 2, 3, 4. HANS MAX STROESSLER, Biology, Earth Science ...... Libertyville Beta Alpha Zeta 'I, 2, 3, 4, Four Spheres 'I, 2, 3, 4. E. ARTHUR STUNARD, Industrial Arts ......... . . .Chicago University of Illinois, Industrial Arts Club 4, SEA 'l. RONALD E. SUNDEEN, Business, Marketing ............ Chicago Chi Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. JOHN A. SWALLOW, Industrial Arts .... . . . . . . . .... Naperville North Central College, Football manager 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Wrestling manager 2. PHILIP A. SWANSON, Biology, Chemistry ............. Kirkland NORTHER photographer I, 2, 3, 4, Tau Beta Rho 'l, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. SWEENY, Business, Accounting. . . . . . . . . . . .Rockford University of Illinois, Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, Chorus 3, 4, Clio 2, 3, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4. MABEI. R. SWENSON, Elementary Education. . . . . . . . . . .Rockford ACE 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 4, NORTHER 3, 4, picture ed. 4, SEA I, 2, Town Girls 2, 3, treas. 3, Wesley Foundation 'l, 2, 3, 4. LAVERNE M. SWIRCZINSKI, Elementary Education ....... Chicago University of Illinois, ACE 3, 4, AWS 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Town Girls 3, Treble Clef 2. DONALD SYKES, Social Science ..................... Chicago Human Relations Council 2, 3, Social Science Council 3, 4, Theatre 24 3. JOHN A. SYKORA, Business, Marketing .... Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 3, 4. . . . Berwyn ROBERT JOHN SYPNIEWSKI, Chemistry, Mathematics .... Chicago American Chemical Society 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Tau Beta Rho 3, 4, Vets Club 3, 4. CHARLES F. TAFFE, Business Education ................ Chicago Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Flunkies 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 'l, 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE E. TANNER, Earth Science ................. Aurora Earth Science Club 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. ROSE TARDI Business Education ................ .Chicago wright Juniar,College, Aws a,4, Delta new Epsilon 4, 'sch 4, Town Girls 3. DAVID S. TAYLOR, Physical Education ............ . . . .Chicago Al ha Phi Ome a 'I 2 3 4 vice- res 2 res. 3 Gilbert Hall vice res P 9 1 1 1 1 P - I P I 'P - 3, pres. 4, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, chairman 4, Wesley Founda- tion I, 2, Winter Carnival Committee 3. SELMA A. TAYLOR, Elementary Education . . . . . . . . . . .Waterman Neptune Junior Counselor 3, Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4. LINN BERYL TESSEM, Earth Science .................. Lockport Joliet Junior College, Four Spheres 3, 4, sec. 3, Sigma Zeta 3, 4. VIRGINIA E. THANASOURAS, Physical Education ........ Chicago University of Illinois, Delta Psi Kappa 3, 4, Maior-Minor Club 1,2, 3, Orchesis I, 2, WRA I, 2. 83 .1 ii so 44 'r:,-1 in ,arf Y f.'Lc,,,- , W I 'sv-ty ENIOR ANN C. THEISS, Elementary Education ................ Chicago AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, Pi Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4. RITA J. THOMASON, Speech, Journalism .............. Streator AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 4, NORTHERN STAR 3, 4, assistant news ed. 3, assoc. ed. 4, SEA 3, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, Town Girls 2. MAXSON KEITH THOMPSON, Social Science .......... Princeton Inter-Fraternity Council 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Vets Club 2. CAROL S. TODD, Elementary Education ............. Barrington ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Xi Delta 4, treas. 4, Gamma Theta 1, 2, 3, IVCF 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, NORTHERN STAR 1, WRA 2. BARNEY TRACY, Social Science. . . .....,.......... Midlothian Clio 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 2, 3, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Student Ex- change Committee 3, Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4. GARY E. TRIM, Social Science ..... . . .Chicago Clio 3, 4, German Club 3, 4. PATRICIA R. TRUNT, Elementary Education ............. Chicago ACE 2, 3, Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, NORTHER 2, Orchesis I, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS J. TRUSKY, Industrial Arts ...... ..... .,... W a ukegan Alpha Psi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, WNIC 3, 4. GUS S. TSOULOUFIS, Social Science ........ . . .Chicago University of Illinois at Chicago, Vets Club 3, 4. TERRY N. TUYTSCHAEVERS, Business Education ....... St. Charles Accounting Club 2, 3, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 1, Newman Club 1, 2. FLORENCE ANN TYLKA, Elementary Education .......... Chicago St. Xavier College, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Town Girls 2, 3, 4. RICHARD C. UHNAVY, Physical Education, Accounting .... Chicago Football I, 2, Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2. MARIAN C. UNRUH, Music ...................... Hampshire Alpha Xi Delta 4, AWS 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, sec. 1, pres. 3, Gamma Theta 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, WNIC 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY F. UTHOFF, Business, Marketing. . . . . .DeKalb Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Newman Club 4, WNIC 4. MICHAEL T. VABAKOS, Industrial Arts ...... .... C hicago Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES M. VALENTINE, Business, Accounting. ....... Rockford Rockford College, Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, KAREN J. VAN DYKE, Elementary Education ........... Chicago Boots and Calico 2, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4, USF 2, 3, 4. ORRIN W. VAN HOOK, Chemistry. . . . . .Genoa Tau Beta Rho 4. CHARLES L. VASS, Social Science. . . . . .Springfield University of Illinois. JOHN E. VEAR, Business Education ................. Marengo Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, Delta Beta Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Sigma Kappa 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 2, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, DANIEL A. VERSTYNEN, Business Administration. ...... Rockford Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Gilbert Hall Resident Assistant 4, Student Senate 4, Vets Club I, 2. 84 Ki' 5 I- 'gg,,,,5,,.,,. .1 -.ret f 5.. 'su'--yt. Q ei' I if "5 SS ' , B Vi, X R N. '? fs. l s i l l l l , I 'EL ', i -wt ' 1' - 1 tif F: l W H s 'X Q.. I X. K .. V". W7 .R D I x 1 ff?- .3,'.fl'1i,' V - t . 1 . y so g rl AA " Ti' f -... l. 3 . L, l -0 ' L '9"' ,.. . 1-s. I 'ffr' iai- . I 'Ei ' 3 'F' ts ia' J '13 ft I+ xt - af, fx ,-.,., r 3-,.. tt c .. I.. u 3 Sl X , ..,, . 4 ta fx I . sf' .ttrmlv 15 -,Murine 5' .ey 6 --i 1 K 47 .1 'Til 'Qs ' , as: 2,9 lea -r I R iY"'- L Se... . C0455 0F 19 9 JOSEPH C. VITEK, Social Science, English. .. . . .DeKalb Morton Junior College. ELAINE D. VOSE, Business Education ...,..... . . . . . ..... Joliet Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Panhellenic Council 2, 3, Pi Kappa Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, Town Girls I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES H. WAITE, Business Education .... . .Prophetstown Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. RICHARD L. WAKENIGHT, Accounting, Economics ........ DeKalb DONALD C. WALL, Industrial Arts ................. Oak Lawn Chicago Teachers College, Election Commission 4, Industrial Arts Club 4, Vets Club 2, 3, 4. WARREN S. WALLER, Biology, Chemistry .... . . .Freeport Wilson Junior College, Beta Alpha Zeta 3, 4. JOHN GEORGE WALSH, Industrial Arts ........ . . . . . .Rachelle Epsilon Pi Tau 3, 4, treas. 4, Industrial Arts Club I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, WNIC 2, 3, 4, traffic manager 3, chief engineer 4. ROBERT L. WALTERS, Business, Management .......... McHenry Delta Beta Epsilon I, Vets Club 4. HERBERT T. WARD, Business Education, Physical Education Prairie View University of Illinois, Football 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. WILLIAM K. WARNER, Physical Education. . . . . .5t. Charles Football I. KENNETH L. WEIK, Biology .................... Franklin Park Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, Cross Country I, May Fete Committee 2, 3, co-chairman 3, May Fete Court 2, Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3. JULIE E. WELLMAN, Home Economics .............. .Brookfield Alpha Omicron Pi 2, 3, 4, AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4, sec. 2, pres. 3. PHILIP L. WESSELS, Industrial Arts. . . . .Rockford Epsilon Pi Tau 3, 4. RICHARD C. WHEELER, Business, Finance ...... . .Elmhurst Alpha Psi Epsilon 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4, Track 4. DAVID W. WHITE, Business Administration .......... Pork Ridge Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4. DONALD L. WHITE, Industrial Arts, Fine Arts .... . ...... DeKalb Epsilon Pi Tau 3, 4, sac. 3, Industrial Arts Club I, 2, Vets Club I, 2. DORIS P. WICKSTROM, Business Administration, English. .Chicago Alpha Phi Gamma 4, AWS I,2, 3, 4, Bowling League 4, Chorus 2, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, IVCF 2, NORTHER 3, 4, Section ed. 4, Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Student Union Committee 3, 4, Town Girls 3, Wesley Foundation 2. CHARLES W. WILLETT, Industrial Arts. .. .. .Dixon Vets Club 2, 3, 4. HELEN LOUISE WILLETT, Home Economics ............... Dixon AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4, treas. 2. .IUDITH G. WILLIAMS, Physical Education ............. Evanston Alpha Sigma Alpha 3, 4, Orchesis 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, pres. 4, Town Girls 2, Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4. MARTHA L. WILLIAMS, Social Science .....,... . ...... Rockford AWS I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, Clio 3, 4, Forensics 3, 4, SEA I, 4, Town Girls 2, 3. 85 'R 5' 1.29- K zu' 755 'N SIN 0R5' VINCENT ALLEN WILLIAMS, Social Science .... . ....... .Chicago Clio 3, 4, Debate 3, Inter-racial Council 3, 4, Social Science Council 3, 4, vice-pres. 3. NORMA JEAN WILSON, Elementary Education. .... .... R ockford Adams Hall pres. 4, Alpha Omicron Pi I, 2, 3, 4, rec. sec. 3, AWS 4, IVCF 'l, 2, 3, Neptune Hall treas. 'l, Town Girls 2, WRA 1. PAUL IVAN WILSON, Social Science ....... . .... . . .Chicago Crane Junior College, Clio 3, 4, pres. 4. DOROTHY L. WIMBLE, Elementary Education ........ Wadsworth AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, capt. 4, Delta Sigma Epsilon l, Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4. JAMES A. WlSNER, Business, Accounting. . . . . .DeKalb Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4. JOSEPH S. WITKOWSKI, Business, Management .... . ..... Cicero Morton Junior College, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4. DONALD J. WIXTED, JR., Social Science. ..... ...... P ark Ridge Football l, 2, NORTHERN STAR 'l, 2, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, WNIC 3, 4. ANDREW L. WOLF, Business Administration ........... . .Odell University of Illinois, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Newman Club 3, Vets Club 3. EMIL C. WOLF, JR., Physical Education, Accounting. ..... Chicago University of lllinois, Baseball manager 2, 3, 4, Chi Sigma Nu 2, Foot- ball manager 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, 4. RAYMOND T. WOLF, Business, Accounting. . . . . .Dundee Concordia College, Milwaukee, Wisc. RICHARD G. WOOD, Physics, Mathematics ........... Leaf River Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, WNIC 2, 3, 4, chief engineer 3, troflic director 4. HARRY T. WOODHOUSE, Business, Accounting .......... DeKalb Accounting Club 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, Vets Club 4. CHARLOTTE WOODRUFF, French ................ . . .Matteson University af Paris, Chorus l, English Club 2, 4, French Club 2, 4, pres. 4. THEODORE D. WOODS, Business Administration ........ Chicago Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Stray Greeks 3, 4. MARY ANN WREDE, Elementary Education ....... Evergreen Park AWS l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Delta Beta Epsilon I, Nlettes 2, NORTHER 4, Orchesis 4, SEA 3, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, treas. 4, Town Girls 2, Wesley Foundation 4. BETTY JOAN WRIGHT, Home Economics ....... . . . .Wonder Lake AWS i, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, Orchesis l, Pi Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, Town Girls 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 'l, 2, 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 4. LAWRENCE A. WYLLIE, Mathematics. ......... . ..... Westmont Marquette University, Baseball 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Moth Club 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Otiicials Club 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4. CHARLES R. WYNN, Fine Arts. . . . . .Sycamore DENNIS A. YANKUS, Business Administration .,.... North Chicago Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, lnter-Fraternity Council 3, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Theta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, sec. 3. WILLIAM E. YOUNG, Physical Education .......... Chicago Hts. Flunkies 2, 3, Wrestling 'l, 2, 3, 4, capt. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. YOUNGNICKEL, Social Science .... . . .Oak Park Clio 3, Vets Club 4. 86 CLASS' 01:19 9 JOSEPH LEONARD ZALAPI, Chemistry, Mathematics. Tau Beta Rho 3, 4. EUGENE J. ZANIN, Physical Education ......... Officials Club l, 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3,4. ROBERT C. ZElTLER, Business, Marketing ..... Wright Junior College, WNIC 3. VICTORIA MAE ZERITIS, Elementary Education . . . AWS 'I, 2, 3, 4, SEA 4, Wesley Foundation 3, 4. .Chicago Hts. . . .Rockford . . .Niles . . .Chicago ALICE M. ZIEMANN, Elementary Education ......... Westchester AWS 'l, 2, 3, 4, Orchesis 'l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, vice-pres. 4, 2, 3, 4, Student Senate 4, Wesley Foundation 2, 3. JOANNE ERIKSSON ZISKA, Elementary Education. . . LSA l, 2, treas. 2. THEODORE ZUCK, Business, Management ......... Pi Kappa Sigma . . .DeKalb . . . . . .Joliet Joliet Junior College, Accounting Club 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 4, New- man Club 3, 4. STEPHEN R. ZURAWSKI, Business Education ............ Chicago Roosevelt University, Accounting Club 3, Bowling League 3, 4, Delta Beta Epsilon 2, 3, Vets Club 2, 3, 4. "? 190 l ge files- 1,915 -,.i Hg ' , i 'N After our senior year has come to an end, we'll have nostalgic memories of Northern's beautiful campus. Y.--.L 1 , l 'ti t t an-.1 ez x L 88 Jumbrs Sopfzomores Fresfzmen JUNIOR! BACK ROW: L. French, R. Fox, G. Ben- ham, E. Apple, M. Desiron, R. Bark, L Dunkelberger, W. Curran, K. Fritsch, R Cary. CENTER ROW: B. Jackson, D. Brizzolara R. Rolston, L. Watson, R. Brunner, S. Bal- tis, S. Cannella, J. Cromwell, D. Adams D. Lehmann, N. Car-Skaden. FRONT ROW: P. Anderson, A. Beebe, S Kadlec, F. Calriz, P. Henigan, L. Avena J. Boustead, J. Breicha, D. Coudret, S Tisol. BACK ROW: R. Walesa, J. Gustaf- son, R. Harmon, J. Holtle, S. Frost, F. Didden, T. Gabinski, F. Owens R. Kendrick, R. Glon. CENTER ROW: D. Hansen, H Gintzler, L. Henscheid, P. Janda M. Divoky, M. Carpenter, S. Hei: den, S. Warner, L. Dunn, R. Groth R. Marshall. FRONT ROW: M. Kindstrom, J. Va- chala, B. Timm, E. Gunn, G. Over- toom, C. Mills, J. Mundson, M Deske, L. Neumann, S. Ball. BACK ROW: D. Carlson, P. Car- penter, C. Ahrens, L. Pearlman, T Terrana, D. Cerwin, J. Bloschyn- sky, P. A. Bankert, K. Casey, M Allen. CENTER ROW: S. Bremer, C. Bero C. Boese, K. Urban, B. Blanken- horn, L. Cooprider, J Emro, F Eccles, J. Corrigan, S. Bendelow L. Baumann. FRONT ROW: J. Clements, H Christensen, N. Bobeng, B. Biggar, G. Slritar, M. Browne-Miller, M Fuchs, P. Johnson, M. Elliott, M Radke. 90 I 1 BACK ROW: G. Hansen, G. Baelcher, D Henne, J. Kincaid, G. Griffin, R. Glogov sky, R. Hanzelin, D. Hendricker, L. Sev erin, O. Halverson. CENTER ROW: M. Hunl, C. Neath, M Drummond, L. Holsle, D. Knapp, J. Davis, J. Feiereisel, J. Horst, R. Hughes, J. Han sen, W. Hemenover. FRONT ROW: L. Francis, M. Scheidl, N. Cornwell, K. Holderman, E. Hafer, B. Hoelzer, R. McClinlon, M. Kasper, D. Guldenbecker, K. Griswold. BACK ROW: M. FioRilo, M. Paul, C. Moiewski, J. Morris, M. Larson, F. Niemiec, D. Rolhermel, N. Pur- ves, J. Rogers, L. Michaels. CENTER ROW: G. McGohey, G. Miller, J. Rich, K. Story, D. Van- Kleef, N. Singelman, H. Masick, L. Russ, B. Phillips, D. Cugier, D. McNeal. FRONT ROW: F. Palkoner, J. Pas- sow, A. Nixolek, R. Mininni, P. Morrison, K. Osman, M. Pelers, E. Worlh, C. Olson, A. Slelk. BACK ROW: W. Lowe, R. Gray, W. Kuhns, J. lhfe, B.. Merrill, S. O'Brien, D. Kaiser, J. Calverl, D. Kloepfer. CENTER ROW: A. Kahn, E. Lau- rilzen, D. Jones, M. lmes, L. Dal- bke, L. Wallers, L. Tangorra, N. Walsh, E. Kass, S. James, D. Boughlon. FRONT ROW: G. Johnson, C. Holmberg, J. Grady, A. Lundborg, J. Erickson, B. Cler, J. Walhen, E. Hansen, J. Balcer, B. Kerlin. 91 BACK ROW: K. Sprengel, D. Morgan, Fenceton, F. Myers, A. Foster, B. Ullsvik. CENTER ROW: A. Hedberg, J. Stevens, Rada, W. Younghusband, S. Whitmore Yauch, N. Bennett. FRONT ROW: N. Vandenberg, E. Wasik, While, C. Bucse, P. Vollz, M. Trivelli. 1 JUNMR5' BACK ROW: M. Novit, R. Capponi, R. Bersl K. Schaefer, J. Kosciolek, J. Gerlenrich, A: Kamnikar, R. Isbell, T. Rienslra, J. Rich. CENTER ROW: R. Pareira, S. Kaiser, G Schuppenhauer, C. Sirois, M. Fosler, M Swanson, A. Paveska, E. Revell, A. Slavin M. Worley, A. Jaros. FRONT ROW: l. Van Stone, S. Price, C Woods, M. Sabal, P. Rallenbury, V. Conley H. Schieber, D. Peterson, E. Salners, C Kralochvil. BACK ROW: D. Rakeslraw, J. Truchan, R Stefani, H. Born, R. Soulhwood, P. Schmidt M. Stephens, J. Slaton, D. Grund, L. Sliern- berg. CENTER ROW: M. Spinello, L. Shepard, R Fools, A. Sheehan, M. Hinlzsche, S. Geali J. Gillespie, F. Jakubka, K. Brislol, J. Ailchi- son, B. Turner. FRONT ROW: V. Orzehoskie, R. Wigley, S Slockslill, E. Thorson, M. Howard, S. O'Brechl' S. Spelman, C. Shaw, J. Sanders, R. Dunlop D. Wegener, B. Welker, C. Warlhen. BACK ROW: R. Lyons, C. Peila, B. Pielin G. Galster, G. Hilt, N. Ziska, P. Reimisch, l. Raynek, J. Price, J. Root. CENTER ROW: J. McComb, M. Perrin, J. Palm, J. Ryan, D. Neumann, L. Luxlon, J. Anderson, L. Glover, G. Schultz, A. Byrd, J. Pittaway. FRONT ROW: M. Prynn, J. Rozlilik, S. Tross, S. Dvorak, J. Borovec, S. Peterson, M. Claybrook, C. Sauer, E. Brezina, C. Schmidt. 5 Pfl0MOR .S' BACK ROW: C. Jackson, R. Meier, R. A. Meier, B. Meles, K. Luomala, J. Hansen, C. Holmberg, D. Mil- lard, R. Kuchar, R. Buchanan. CENTER ROW: N. Cepuder, N. Link, J. Lucas, J. Kilgore, J. Kolar, M. Johnston, M. Marlin, C. Vacha, M. Rogers, S. Even, J. MacDonald. FRONT ROW: J. Larabee, J. Han- cur, B. Weisfuss, L. Reddington, J. Merk, D. Kometani, S. Romack, K. Manion, K. Hogard, K. Edlund. BACK ROW: J. Murry, R. Moore, E. Norman, C. Petersen, M. Bryant, L. Miller, M. Metrow, L. Nelson, T. Lynott, L. Lundberg. CENTER ROW: C. Novak, P. Okrey, D. McCaleb, R. Milner, K. Mc- Keown, A. Esdale, V. Molis, J. McCIendon, C. Plumley, N. Mitch- ell, K. lversen. FRONT ROW: C. Dorko, J. Mal- thew, H. MeGee, L. Moy, J. Mentz, D. Morgan, J. Lutz, J. Neumann, K. Prouty, B. Pearl. 93 0 001110 ES' BACK ROW: H. Boss, W. Bodoch, B. Bud- ruweif, P. Bunta, D. Anderson, R. Fronzen V. Bohlonder, B. Shaffer, R. Chomezko, W Berg, J. Dyas, L. Berlsos. CENTER ROW: D. Busiahn, P. Larson, M Burkich, S. Forrest, C. Booth, M. Bussoc A. Arens, E. Chamberlin, J. Bungard, M Clausing, M. Armour. FRONT ROW: H. Anderson, M. Cox, C Bentley, M. Craigo, J. Chapell, J. Roberl- son, L. Weseloh, P. Doweidl, D. Dod, C Bonuso. BACK ROW: J. Hruby, D. Kinchen H. Clark, F. Borchardl, D. Temple B. Klaeger, G. Knabe, N. Jensen L. Hohensee, J. Johnson. CENTER ROW: N. Makin, P. Scheel B. Boinor, S. Chmelik, B. Frory, J Giambeluca, C. Kontzler, W. El- nyre, E. Joseph, l.. Provo, F. Eng- nell. FRONT ROW: M. Kuehl, J. Kelly, C. Jurkovoc, A. Haas, L. Wind- mueller, B. Robinson, M. Perry, G. Franklin, C. Kruger, W. Holous. BACK ROW: J. Hamilton, J. John- son, M. Eriksson, D. Kolin, C. Dube K. Slone, V. Lowery, K. Holmes, D. Komln, D. Boender. CENTER ROW: G. Woilal, J. Jones L. Hiller, K. Berg, P. Honey, J Hauk, J. Hinz, F. Johnson, R. Kud- Iory, P. Lyons, D. Eberhearl. FRONT ROW: R. Sherwood, J Gruhn, J. Crull, A. Raube, V. John- son, C. Miranda, B. Kronvold, A. Fricono, M. Loon, E. Dunbar. 94 BACK ROW: H. Slahl, R. Schafer, C. Peler- sen, J. Speers, J. Seiler, K. Shippy, J. Rappuporl, R. Scheidl, G. Schulz. CENTER ROW: R. Moslcnka, D. JCIPPU, D. Yordy, R. Schmid, K. Schubert, M. Samo- rian, L. Sclller, R. Hinkle, D. Schmidt, J. Pearson. FRONT ROW: J. Schulz, J. Gruben, M. Fisher, M. Schlesinger, A. Simeca, K. Amit, J. Reid, C. Geison, A. Holan. .S'0Pfi0MOR55' ...N- !'l'iASs3Sf'S64.'f' BACK ROW: P. Spivey, C. Sundell, J. Tremore. CENTER ROW: P. Wolsko, J. Bos- lrand, J. Wagner, G. Wood. FRONT ROW: W. Wuldhier, V. Uhlhorn, D. Wenlink, M. Vander- Zanden, J. Cruson. Could ihey be looking across the lagoon loward the Island and vis- ualizing graduation in six monlhs? 95 BACK ROW: D. Cook, R. Boyd, M. Ke hoe, J. Ungrodf, J. Tale, A. Silanskis A. Cesarek, A. Haskell, S. Commings R. Sullivan. CENTER ROW: P. Newman, C. Ruden D. Lyford, J. Reifsma, S. Deibert, B. Bracken, J. Handzel, L. Kercher, P Minkalis, R. LeReMe. FRONT ROW: C. Czarnolo, G. Jack son, C. Meiley, J. Hinz, M. Schneider, P. Jerdin, N. Banks. BACK ROW: W. Webb, M. :Silovsky A. Sleinmelz, R. Lee, J. Arnesen, E Milas, D. Neblock, T. Voruz, D. An derson, J. Taminger, D. Schirmer, D Schrader. CENTER ROW: C. Barkman, C. Schar ton, J. Kingery, M. Gorman, K. Lind G. Strawbridge, N. Kampen, J. John son, P. Meizler, M. Wilson. FRONT ROW: P. Dowgiallo, G. Sand gren, J. Pellinger, A. Jackson, K. No Ion, C. Caldarelli, C. Thomas, H. Hill, C. Wiese. 96 BACK ROW: K. Kirby, B. Krainc, A. Koshul, S. Birdsall, P. Goldman, G. Peach, J. Wainoris, M. Oswald, B. Glass, J. Boker, J. Welch. CENTER ROW: C. Froncek, M. Klingman, M. Capek, C. Rediger, P. Slone, B. Andersen, M. Drummer, D. Molenar, L. Huggins, M. Rolkvic, M. Toborg. FRONT ROW: E. Tanabe, F. Bidwell, C. Silver, C. Ogdon, L. DeBa!es, C. Kocoros, G. Naueri, C. Foster, J. Greeness. BACK ROW: G. Burson, K. Boslian, K. Blackmore, H. Branding, G. Larson, R. Sanders, J. Richard, T. Kennefick, M. Roth, B. Shanks. CENTER ROW: D. Darnbos, N. Swannie, C. Niemz, J. Kral, C. Cole, J. Rice, C. Roskie, F. Hinkelsmidl, C. Chiappori, L. Oppel, M. Ma- honey. FRONT ROW: L. Lindgren, C. Wissmun, M. Cos- per, M. Prazak, R. Milasich, J. Simonion, M. Lu- cas, B. Schoppe, A. Roselle. FR SWM N -Q I lr A BACK ROW: H. Berg, B. Dorn, R. Biritz, J Baxman, L. Bingham, L. Booth, G. Blume, R Price, J. Bort, D. Curtis. CENTER ROW: T. Bessey, T. Adamsick, M. Crawl, J. Brandt, J. Bressler, R. Bieszczat, C. Christensen, B. De Young, R. Ahnell, N. Ma- loney, J. Behrens. FRONT ROW: T. Coffey, C. Cook, B. Bindas, J. Berggren, M. Beckslrom, B. Breicha, J Burkhardt, S. Cann, S. Blackburn, D. Crab tree. BACK ROW: G. Ackerman, B. Bacall, R. Bu- iak, T. Aimbler, J. Tonks, L. Anderson, J Anthony, S. Anderson, M. Anderson, J. An- derson. CENTER ROW: P. Darby, R. Ahnell, S. Ball, J Bergan, J. Burns, A. Borgogni, A. Howe, B Andrews, B. Fromm, G. Allison, R. Andrist. FRONT ROW: E. Baehr, C. Genenz, M. An- zelone, J. Arends, B. Arrington, J. Walters J. Arden, L. Andriette, M. Anderson, C. An- derson. FRESHM N BACK ROW: T. Bray, F. Dude, R. Christensen, T. Drinan, D. Bateman, T. Domke, T. Cresswell, W. Cook, R. Douglas, K. Banet. CENTER ROW: R. Campbell, J. Clark, F. Dudek, D. Dalziel, D. Chapman, J. Becker, V. Calhoun, R. Dussler, A. Col- lins, F. Faber, K. Clayton. FRONT ROW: S. Dallman, J. Bostler, B. Bach, B. Covey, J. Carlson, C. Cook- ley, L. Capponi. K. Currens, B. Cha- pek, F. Beckman. BACK ROW: M. Squire, J. Staulcup, D. Wenzel, S. Minnegan, R. Gleason, A. Janetzke, S. Fish, J. Liebmann, P. Mar- sala, J. Gustafson, D. Gursky, G. Poulos. CENTER ROW: J. Green, H. Lasseville, P. Pearne, L. Zoellick, J. Murback, N. McKendrick, M. Bradley, S. Sebers, J. Andersen, S. Anderson. FRONT ROW: J. Hanson, M. Bruch, M. Kiefl, N. Wetterberg, C. Anderson, C. Schmechl, E. Moore, T. Ferrera, P. O'Rourke. 97 BACK ROW: A. Grimshaw, P. Everett, J. Gerlt, M. Creadon, A. Schraufnagel, G. Hoogheim, J. Hackman, H. Hyde, G. Hinrichs, R. Maxwell. CENTER ROW: S. Gussick, S. Gipson G. Garnhart, S. Fabian, P. Furlong, Di Goldbogen, A. Gayer, E. Gordon, R Haskins, A. Gianis, J. Geiseman. FRONT ROW: M. Boland, M. Goem- bel, R. Leighty, M. Logan, M. Gon- nella, S. Haynes, J. Bark, J. Glenn, P Crumb, M. Baie. BACK ROW: J. Goodin, G. Dietmeier T. Drucker, L. Pollnow, D. Roberts, L Gerber, A. Erisman, H. Gregory, J Hanke, L. Garberg. CENTER ROW: E. Fleming, E. De- Michoels, S. Jakobi, M. Forsgren, P Cordier, P. Daylie, E. Dammann, G. Rateike, J. Fossett, N. Eshbaugh, D Dauphin. FRONT ROW: J. Katt, B. Byrd, C. Eng brechl, B. Devers, J. Gow, V. Czaia, R. Coviello, R. Easterbrooks, E. Colbert, J. Ferron. 98 FR SHM N BACK ROW: J. Perry, F. Pietsch, R. Price, D Swanberg, R. Rathbun, C. Patterson, C. Ryan R. Palm, G. Ryan, W. Lampa. CENTER ROW: R. Nelson, M. Piotrowski, D. Ma- giera, E. Rehberger, S. Narten, P. Peterson, J Phillips, B. Quigley, S. Rings, A. Novotny, E Rawson. FRONT ROW: B. Rayner, J. Price, K. Olsen, J Nelson, L. Pouliot, B. Rolls, J. Peterson, L. Nel- son, N. Samorian, J. O'Connell. BACK ROW: R. Robinson, B. Short, H. Schwenke J. Stechcon, E. Poochigian, J. Sevall, M. Wilson E. Stood, C. Neumann, D. Sanderson. CENTER ROW: J. Salzman, R. Seely, W. Smith, S Spiering, N. Seager, L. Rilat, C. Trunt, P. Seitz, S Smith, K. Shagamogus, R. Stake. FRONT ROW: M. Sand, M. Sullivan, G. Morris V. Selmon, M. Strug, M. Stark, B. Snider, B Stevens, L. Raymond, P. Thorsen. BACK ROW: J. Hollden, J. Jerikian, B. Car- ter, I. Feldman, M. Holmbo, L. Hamfeldt, R. Hampton, K. Beauchamp, F. Jufternbruch, U. Johnson. CENTER ROW: J. Lohr, C. Jones, B. Haines, R. Guastella, N. Hoistrom, E. Heflron, K. Van Dorne, E. Jones, M. Stagg. J. lversen, D. Hayes. FRONT ROW: M. Miller, J. Herman, M. Mil- ler, E. Hirata, l. Gephart, O. Gackoliski, B. Goff, J. Schafer, H. Haberle, M. Hammatt. BACK ROW: J. Juravic, B. Johnson, J. Jen- sen, G. Jirasek, K. Keyes, G. Noble, J. Jeri- kian, P. Luckett, G. Honemann, E. Mild. CENTER ROW: N. Klima, M. Volopich, S. lmmel, G. Kruczek, J. Kubik, J. Johnson, l.. Sawitoski, L. Kahle, l. Hogberg, J. Jackson, G. Henehan. FRONT ROW: l.. Madsen, J. Hutchinson, L. Johnson, K. McNeill, M. Lenahan, C. Kirsch- ner, J. Johnson, A. Janssen, M. Lookabough, J. Johnson. FR SHM N BACK ROW: L. Lamont, T. McMillan, E. Kolk, M. Lerner, B. Schrader, H. McColl, D. Mclnerney, S. Scott, H. Lip- trot, L. Lange. THIRD ROW: J. Lewis, E. Lindemann, M. Markese, C. King, P. Kostas, C. King, K. Kuranz, R. Moore, B. Lind- quist, H. McDougal, J. Mantle. SECOND ROW: A. Madison, K. Muel- ler, P. Knee, M. Marecek, J. Katzer, J. Moore, M. McGrath, J. Meacham, K. Moede, A. Matson. FIRST ROW: S. Peach, S. Meluin, B. Mitchell, N. MacNerIand, J. Hollman, K. McConnell, A. Kastran, N. Mewes, E. Meyers, G. Larson. BACK ROW: D. Smith, C. Wilson, A. Smith, T. Dulty, N. Trinko, E. Wilson, W. Wellman, W. Anderson, H. Schultz, C. Ydeen, G. Segebrecht, P. Sereg. THIRD ROW: G. Vincere, R. Wallace, D. Cobb, J. Smith, S. Streic, V. Wolf, J. Apollo, R. Wertz, P. Humphrey, J. Stisser. SECOND ROW: R. Hollerauer, H. Winker, J. Watt, P. Valente, M. River- dahl, J. Wenger, P. Voitsek, S. Harper, B. Steinmetz, J. Staulcup, N. Sticken, C. Sopkowicz. FRONT ROW: J. Santeford, J. Newton, L. Smith, J. Johnson, M. Weiner, B. Slater, M. Williams, B. Swanson, D. Sollitt, S. Voss, J. Wasson. 99 I I Although the freshmen watching the New Students' Week event don't real- ize it, they will soon discover that col- lege life is much like action on a trampoline-the first bounce often will foretell the heights attained. 100 FR .SWMEN BACK ROW: L. Tellefsen, J. Swonson, R. Gordon, D. Sieger, M. Smith, T. Reed, S. Sachtleben, E Jones, L. Hagman. CENTER ROW: B. Keding, B. Van Notts, J. Pick- ens, J. Toole, V. Ryon, J. Sommerschield, M Magnuson, S. McCormick, B. Kretschmor, K Hunt, L. Young. FRONT ROW: P. Rebhorn, A. Pamichi, M. Lopez M. Rubinson, N. Ackerman, N. Dvorak, J. Cleal S. Gnagni, S. Scyler. BACK ROW: V. Walsh, J. Richey, D. Brazil. FRONT ROW: A. Weichbrodt, R. LeRette, P Euevetl, J. Daile, R. Jacobsen, H. Nelson, R Sullivan, C. Ydeen, J. Valentine. Admlhlkffdflbh - 6 L a Amee A PR .SVDENTTY Ziff I A WIRIED ONE One of the President's most "duties" was to crown the Queen, Barbara Bach. Graduation on the Island and entation of diplomas by the are beloved Northern traditions President Holmes confers with Governor William G. Stratton about the present needs and future development of the University. 1.A.Q,, gp-ag.4 . - --X., iii-. .Agia ,.....q f "N" asf- - V ..,, .A-5 fl-f l l Q 1 pleasant Christmas the pres- President Q . 13,1 3 f -qi i 4 Dr. Leslie A. Holmes, President , 5. Q. ij X 1 Dr. Francis R. Geigle, Vice President Clara Sperling, Secretary to the President ADMINISTRATIVE ADVISORY COUNCIL Dr. W. A. Yauch, Associate Dean of Instructiony Dr. F. R. Geigle, Vice President, Dr. R. L. Thistlethwoite, Associate Dean of Instruction: Dr. L. A. Holmes, President: Dr. E. E. Hanson, Dean of Students, Dr. J. R. Huinds, Dean of Instructionp Z. H. Dorland, Director of Business Servicesp Dr. W. P. Froom, Director of Regional Services. ,Q W 'W-wam,,,J,mW - I. gwmwAVi W 'A mt wi "'LLmWiBhnwm2,:1t-- ,, e' """""mswws..,,.f, ' ' 'H eww ..... . ,V - ..,. is we mg-1j:Wyfm..T,,t.,.,,m 'Q 1 I . YV -www.. .. f -' -. ,elf Lia-I-.E X faq . iz-A' -i' If---5... .6-e...-, 1 Amman... ..-qu v , , 103 I ii, iii We 4 iii-I - K? S i21viQeQffwg'f wES' 'M O. Baker, W. Ober, F. Geigle, J Bower, B. Roth, J. Beach, Pres. l Holmes, E. Grunt, J. Hainds FACULTY ADVISORY COUNCIL K. Iliff, J. Murur, J. Howe, W. Seat, C. Hacker, J. Eaton ATHLETIC BOARD SEATED: M. Wood, F. Rolf, M. Knickerbocker BACK ROW: E. Huyier, E. Anderson, T. Janeway, V. King, F. Geigle 104 STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND BOARD Dr. J. R. Hainds, Dean of Instruction and Dean of the Graduate School DlW5'l0N 0 IN TRW' 0NflZ 5 RVME5 in charge of Education Dr. Wilbur A. Yauch, Associate Dean of lnstruction .di -1---yplgi., Dr. Robert Thistlethwaite, Associate Dean of Instruc- tion in charge of Liberal Arts and Sciences l05 l v 3 - Bernadine Hanby, Director of the University Library Katherine Walker, Assistant Librarian Dr. Stuart Fink, Director of the University School and Principal of the University Elementary School Paul Harrison, Director of the Lorado Taft Field Campus Dr. Robert L. Nash, Principal of the University Junior High School ,gy-F Y'P. 3 iii- 5 1' 17' .5, 'Rb-X .4 L. Dr. Joseph Clettenberg, Director of Extension .,,. -1:2-tai' Dr. Annette Lefkowitz, Director of the School of Nursing Dr. Ch Dr. Damon Reach, Director of the Summer Session arles Howell, Director of Research 1 Dr. Max Huebner, Direclor of Student Teaching Dr. Gwynn Greene, Coordinator of Stu- dent Teaching Dr. Virgil Alexander, Director of the Evening College and Direclor of Instruc- tional Materials V3- 107 'A f 1 ,ii than-J ' HL- Dr. Ernest E. Hanson, Deon of Students ,--f'! A DIVISION 0F SWDENT PERSONN Z 5' RVILZ' Dr. Ruth Haddock, Dean of Women f ,XXX ,- Dr. C. M. Pike, Dean of Men ' Bly Allen, Asslstunt Dean of Women Harold Husu, Assistant Dean of Men lr li lt 5. , L If .- 4.-1 Eugenie Walker, Director of Admissions : 1' William Fournier, Assistant Registrar I l ' t ", l l i i J Dr. George Pritchard, Registrar Blanch Ren ner, Recorder NNE,-EM ei . l tm if 1 5 ,fsemgn K V Dr. Martin Bartels, Director of Placement I Dr. Otto Keller, Director of the E Student Health Service . Betty Shand, Lois Schuhr, and Margaret Sanford, Nurses the Student Health Service ,.,, ll l i fx 1 'U y 1 'S Carolyne Kruse and Yvonne Smith, Director and Assistant Director of Adams Hall Dell Chenoweth, seated, and Barb- ara Morong, Director and Assistant Director of Neptune Hall Carol Troescher and Shirley Davis, Director and Assistant Director of Williston Hall William Hossick, Director of Gilbert Hall Mary McClelland, Dr. Silas Clifton, and Barbara Mor- ong, Student Counselling Service STUDENT SENATE EXCHANGE STUDENT PROGRAM COMMITTEE SEATED: H. Husa, D. Darsow, O. Peterson, B. Bandy, pres., A. SEATED: D. Peirson, Dr. L. Cobb, C. Baker, Dr. J. Lloyd Raabe, J. Garrison STANDING: E. Schmid, B. Lucas, C. Anderson, K. Cannon, R. Nahas STANDING: P. Henigan, M. Kieca, P. King, J. Pilon, B. Ullsvik, C. Woodruft A. Ziemann, F. Thayer, D. Verstynen, C. Hacker, R. Johnson, K. Christensen Wh... Dr. William P. Froom, Director of Regional Services DlW.S'l0lV 0 REGl0N!ll 5' Rlflfff Robert Esmond, Supervisor of Radio "AEN-N.. Hallie Hamilton, Supervisor of Student and Sports Publicity Rolf Fritz, Executive Secretary, NIU Alumni Association lil - . , -'im its we M ,,,.. S.: st, 2-1-1 I .M 24. it if-: -is eg 55" . ' E iv'-3 I :,.h,. K. ll2 11 Z. Harold Dorland, Director of Business Services Harlan E. Cain, Assistant Director of Business Services DIV Sl0lV 0F BUSINESS ERVILTS IU: Q 4' .lg . i is Paul Fairbrook, Manager of Auxili- ary Enterprises Mrs. Philip Swanson, Secretary .f C. J. Trimble, Superintendent of Buildings Tony lorusso, Superintendent of Grounds Barbara Child, Direclar of Food Services Francis Sullivan, Sergeant, Umversnty Ray Lahmer Chuef Engineer Police James Burgoyne, Direclar of Housing ORWINIZA 7l0N5' Y x N w w w w w ,N W V, w 1 , . 1 4 1 4 i x 4 I 1 1 1 ! 5 1 1 1 1 1 M J I 1 4 1 4 nf.- H nf H X w V V - 'V ,p:g::g'e.f:3f:E5s.'.ar Y-f - '- g H XV Y - 1' F " ' An"v11f'.H Z wx : XXX xwwn vv Y ' H ' 1 ' - ' ' ' ' -' sadly L X W ,- ,, ., V' gfiigi Hi: ' . J' Y- ' 2' w ' gr- - " ' ..!. . . XX , '- , X :- --1:43504 E7 Y gi Q A , X .., L. X X, .IN , , ,.,V 7 - -.-.-N, .-,--5-.zr 4-3-Q:-.Ee-. ,- , '- .fw-..4:.-- -au-nag, Y' """'-L1 ...f -an-u::ar'i V' - . nf X . X K L in '-H-Q V." 2 V.-.L -:.:f:?.,. pg.: rn ..l '.X.- ..,. E:-' - ' f J,-HX, ., ' . X , X 'N . ., .:.,,. ' :.... . f 1' X gnu 4- 'g ' "Wi-Q-.f XX ' N . 4-2 5, M X XX X U.24w.-:- Y- 1: - : " -. . ,.,., f- ,. -E ,X -1 NL. 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V.: ' Nd, ' .4 J", Q 5 , . 4 s 3 ri r .A O., U4 'Vu 48 J :Ld 4 ' u ,x" J",-S 'faf ,av - ,,. , .i 5.11 V4 v A r lu ...J f! 4 1 J 3-,, w -il .1 6 , . x -f 1 1'-41' sf .' A .'gu..i5' T, . 2' fx 449 ,. JJ. 101 v4cf1if1?'1ks FIRST ROW: M. Seiler, sec., L. Avena treas. BACK ROW: J. Hinz, B. Kerlin, I. Wales, pres.: M. Schulz, vice-pres., J. Henderson. W ll! 70N 0fFlC'ER.S' The Williston Hall officers, composed of eight elected members, guide the many activities of the dormitory throughout the school year. Faculty banquets, house parties, and Dad's and Mom's Day Banquets are a few of the functions otifered for the residents. A House Council, which includes an elected chairman from each corridor, aids the officers in governing the resident body. Adams Hall Advisory Board consists of one repre- sentative chosen from each corridor. The vice president of the dormitory is also president of the Advisory Coun- cil, and it is this group that decides whether a girl shall be campused for being late. While the officers guide the activities of the dorm, the council iudges and makes rules and regulations governing the dormitory. ADAM ADW 0 Y BOARD ADVISORY BOARD FIRST ROW: A. Kahn, J. Berry, L. Grzyb, pres., M. Swenson. BACK ROW: J. Lapacek, A. Belrose, B. Sheridan. OFFICERS FIRST ROW: N. Cobb, N. Wilson, N. Sin- gleman. BACK ROW: L. Lyons, A. Mirabelli, P. Voltz, S. Rooney. li8 FIRST ROW: R. Horton, W. Hossick, resi- dent advisory D. Verstynen. BACK ROW: R. Buchanan, J. little, J. Bannon, J. Mclntyre, H. Nelson. 6 ZBERT C'00NC'll The Neptune Hall Resident Assistants and sophomore residents are chosen for such qualities as leadership, friendliness, guidance, and scholarship. Twelve capa- ble sophomore applicants are selected after the annual "R.A." Tea, to fill coun- selor positions for their iunior year. Twenty-four sophomore residents work with these iuniors, making Neptune a functioning whole. The Gilbert Hall Council is a group composed of two elected representatives from each precinct plus the Resident Assistant from each precinct. The Gilbert Hall representative on the Student Senate is also a member of the Council. The functions of the Council include the planning and direction of all social and other activities of the dormitory. The Council also brings to the attention ofthe Administration all desires and suggestions the men of Gilbert Hall may have. lVfP70Nf KA' . RESIDENT ASSISTANTS SEATED: D. Jones, C. Sirois, P. Boyer, M. lmes, M. Hintzsche, J. Bendt, R. Hyllberg. STANDlNG: Miss B. Morong, ass't dEr.p Miss D. Chenoweth, dir., B. Petcel, H. Nelson, A. Lundberg, J. Wathen, J. Kresl. SOPHOMORE RESIDENTS SEATED: S. Gilmore, J. Gallery, H. Weichbrodt, J. Hruby, C. Moffatt, J. Hahn, S. Stolberg, M. Hagman, B. Bainor. STANDING: M. Miller, G. Schultz, M. Steiner, C. Hacker, l. Provo, M. Fichte, J. Freese, N. Gant, S. LaMorte, J. Ryan, D. Wentink, M. Perry, R. Guyerson, P. Doweidt. lAbsent: M. Morlinl ll9 I 0 6715515 Orchesis, Northern's modern dance group, was formed in 1929. It is divided into two groups, the Concert Group and the Associate Group. Participation in two concerts or participating in one and managing another makes a member eligible for the Concert Group. Orchesis annually presents the Orchesis Concert plus other various performances. This year some of those performances were at the Sycamore P.T.A. and for the Dames Club. Orchesis also won second place in the Homecoming Parade last fall. 120 CONCERT GROUP CLOCKWISE FROM CENTER FRONT: N. Grant, J. Strader, M. Bedrava, C. Masilunis, E. Revell, M. Collier, C. Ahrens, C. Dorko, J. Grady, J. Alexander, A. Logan, S. Boltis, E. Parker, J. Wood, J. Chapell, J. Williams, pres. ASSOCIATE GROUP FIRST ROW: B. Byrd, K. Burnham, C. Frcncek, B. Frey, M. Strug, P. Henigan, M. Stark, B. Weisfuss. CENTER ROW: G. Pride, K. Rakoski, D. Zimay, M. Wrede, C. Putnam, D. Sollitt, J. Warren, M. Saulter, G. Kelley. BACK ROW: G. McDermott, G. Werner, G. Galster, P, Larson, G. Barron, J. Smith, D. Schip- per, F. Niemiec, H. Haynes. This single-car entry gave Orchesis second place for wandering "where the yellow went." SEATED: R. Rader, J. Pilon, D. Nelson STANDING: A. Belrose, B. Ullsvik, C. Benson, S. White. of four iuniors and four seniors who are appointed by Student Senate. The Com- mission supervises all the campus elec- EZ L' l0N 0MMl55'l0N Boots and Calico is made up of people who enjoy dancing --square dancing, round, folk, and social dancing. The pur- pose of the organization is to furnish wholesome recreation through dance for 6 0 the students of Northern. SEATED: K. Beauchamp, G. Hoogheim, A. Schaper, H. Clark, M. Wells. CENTER ROW: C. Thomas, R. Miller, E. Devinney, N. Niema nn, T. Mead, N. Car-skaden, C. Petersen, J. Lincoln, A. Vinson, N. Horchem. BACK ROW: B. Rolls, B. Swanson, F. Miner, B. Happ, K. Schaefer, K. Nolan, K. McKeown, S. White, A. Esdole. 'l2l FIRST ROW G Terwilliger ad visor, T. Higginbothan, C. Mid .. I t CAVAZIERS' BACK ROW. W. Hermann, R. Buikema, E. Falk, P. Davies. FIRST ROW: Miss Ruth Had- dock, advisorg J. DeZutter, J. Berry, R. Boris, M. Nesler. BACK ROW: A. Double, J. Strader, N. Anders, P. Hayes, J. Siemers, B. Sheridan, A. Miller. FIRST ROW: J. Atwell, J. Hahn C. Moltatt, J. Freese, J. Hruby. CENTER ROW: C. Silvius, M Eriksson, N. Gant, N. Rosen Iof, J. Henderson, S. Derer. BACK ROW: T. Delia, P. Ste phan, C. Souder, S. Hahn, P. Lyons, S. Dvorak, D. Kometani Q R., 5 L? 5 Q ' 1 1 .ln 12- t' s ' l , . Members of Cavaliers, the senior men's honorary group, are chosen from those with the top averages of each iunior class. Last fall the personal bulletin board was remodeled and a new rider-driver map was put up with the help of the Alpha Phi Omega pledges. Every fall Cavaliers helps get the Homecoming Parade on the road by lining up the entries, and every spring they usher at graduation. PZL-'l!IDL'5' CW N A . , s ci C2 I 3 1' rj f ' i l if Ez, 9 Members of the Omicron chapter of Cwens are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and school service. Every year they help with registration and at school elections. Pleiades is the senior women's hon- orary whose purposes are to advance a spirit of service and fellowship, to further high scholastic achievement, to encourage college loyalty, and to pro- mote Ieadership among all women students at Northern. It was founded here June 2, 1937. Some of the maior activities of the Eta Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega on campus are helping at Registration, sponsoring the UMOC dance and contest, taking charge of the Homecoming Coronation Dance, serving with Sigma Kappa in the Book Exchange, ushering for plays, grad- uation, and other functions, and the use of their Glee Club to sing at organiza- tional functions. Besides these, Eta dis- tributes foodbaskets to needy families and holds an active scouting program which includes holding workdays at near- by scout camps and aiding DeKalb Boy Scout troops. They took first place in Stunt Night this year and won a National Cita- tion for Outstanding Service. ln these many ways APO is an out- standing help to school, community, and the fraternity. It's really interesting making up a candidate for the Ugliest Man On Campus Contest, the proceeds of which financed a stand for the victory bell. Three hundred chapters Founded Lafayette College in 1925 Eta chapter established in 1928 President: Gordy Wood AZPHA Pfll 0M 614 FIRST ROW: D. Matheny, C. Patrick, R. Ramsay, K. Carder, D. Rothermel, P. Scheel, N. Purves, D. Stetina. CENTER ROW: S. Frost, M. D'Isa, E. Stade, J. Hamilton, D. Reagan, J. Fanselow, L. French. BACK ROW. D. Skowbo, D. Boender, F. Borchardt, R. Gray, T. Rienstra, L. Johnson, R. Kloepfer, R. Fritz. FIRST ROW: E. Whitehead, G. Watt, R. Franzen, A. Deutsch, R. Sherwood, G. Franklin, R. Buikema. CENTER ROW: R. Johnson, G. Griffin, P. Davies, J. Shanebrook, K. Weik, J. Sherman. BACK ROW: W. Hemenover, D. Taylor, J. Loef, J. Novak, R. Horton, W. Sable, G. Wood. FIRST ROW: J. Stralow, D. Kometani, D. Jolly, A. Double, R. Johnson. BACK ROW: S. Gilmore, R. Ledawski, L. Blumenshine, J. Opatrny, R. Petersen. Sigma Alpha lota, the national profes- One hundred five chapters sional music sorority, installed Beta Mu Founded Univ. School of Music in 1903 - Beta Mu chapter established in 1951 Chapter cl Northern In 1951 ' I President: June Opurmy Beta Mu works through the national Sigma Alpha Iota Foundation which pro- vides scholarships for American students studying music. At Northern it annually presents a 5 musicale, and supplies ushers for various music concerts. Epsilon Rho Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha was installed on Northern's campus in 1950. This national professional music fra- ternity sponsors "Rhythm Rendezvous," in which the dance band presents a con- cert of modern music, and "American Musicale," a program of choral numbers one hundred fmy.fiv, chdpye,-5 and band selections Besides these annual Founded New England Conserv. of Music in 1898 ' Epsilon Rho chapter established in 1950 functions, this year they constructed the president, Ron Grimes Homecoming f1oat for the royalty, and donated S439 to the Sinfonia Foundation for Music Therapy. FIRST ROW: C. Baker, Advisor, D. Wilkins, R. Johnson, R. Grimes, M. Jolly, H. Bale, D. Schabel, R. Bussell, H. Sorgatz, W. Mottat, Advisor. BACK ROW: M. Austin, J. Calvert, l. Rayner, C. Heller, D. Leigh, K. Schure, R. Keller, P. Scheel, L. Walter. 0 1 5 T v M ,7 .xv r RST 'M' 1, ,,'w, f . :YQ ' z I n y -uv- U -an 'u w, - q , . ' gg 1 . .5 Xa, 'Fig w K .1 .A'fx' -9'-1 i .'-J U . A lv viii' 1 wg 1 I v, '-L llxfllgilii l1"'1ifIKLl'L':'iiv I xg? xx, , 1 la' cg' A 5, .. 5 -.. w- 4Ug' , 49-vw 4 ' f4ff Wi632iif,f 5 , V I Qi M Ag 'V F ' A 4 , 'X f F' 'L Q' 4 up' V H .84 A 'lfifp 'ig ., , ag+g, . ' fafF? ' .Nd K , Ml PQ r L'-I A 'wi -l fif??f ' 2 I N X. ,uw -""H" T. -' Q. , 3, ' ji x2 r Nl-E77E.S' The lively Nl-ettes march in the Homecoming parade. POM POM GIRLS FIRST ROW: A. Gayer, P. Gaston, B. Andrews, A. Hampton, J. Boekenhauer, J. Johnson. BACK ROW: P. Henigon, B. Covey, J. Marsala, R. Leighty, M. Smith, M. Marecek. TWIRLERS J. Kylen, J. Wainoris, L. Strock, P. Nieman, J. McKenzie. lAbsent: N. Nylanderl 126 The Nl-ettes, composed of twirlers and pom pom girls, were organized this year for the first time under the direction of Pat Henigan and under the supervision of Dr. Utgaarcl, director of bands. Tryouts were held the first week of school, and the girls were selected on the basis of looks, poise, and dancing ability. The girls-with their snappy black uni- forms and large red and black pom poms -add color and zest to all home football games, are featured at basketball games, and participate in many all-school pres- entations such as Stunt Night and May Fete. They are thinking about starting a twirling clinic later this year. v4lPflv4 Pfll 6'f4MMf4 Student Directory editor, Barbara Timm, right, and assistant editor, Shirlee Warner, left. Since i943 Beta Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma, honorary iournalistic fra- ternity, has been active in this capacity on Northern's campus. Annually, they hold a press conference where they are hosts to surrounding high school groups in the area ot communica- tions. An annual Communications Ban- quet is held to culminate one year's activities in all areas of campus communi- cations. As a further service to Northern, Alpha Phi Gamma publishes the Homecoming Bulletin and the Student Directory. SEATED: K. Reichardt, M. Drog, C. Schlaf, K. Edlund, R. Wood. STANDING: J. lussky, M. Nesler, D. Wickstrom, A. Seegers, L. Grzyb, S. Ferris, L. Cooprider, A. Miller. fdlffdlfl' ff ,-. I' ulfl' ,ff Wu-ff llnfffaamwygl Everybody at Northern reads the i958 Homecoming Bulletin, '1"f"i"'i ll much to the delight of the editor, Annette Miller, right, and the sports editor, Jim Price, center. ." . f 4 . I. nvtlifi' X' ' ? f DF "Q 'lt-Af' im' sm Tflf NOR7'fl R Charles Schriver, left, Highlights Section Editor, was in charge of the highlights of a whole year's activities, from Homecoming through May Fete. Mary Lou Runge and Jim Price chronicled a year's events in the Departments and Sports Sections re- spectively. Mary Ann Seiler, editor of the People Section, checks idents with part of her staff, Naomi Rosenlaf and Jean McComb. Ellen Parker, right, has sorori- ties, fraternities, and religious groups as part of the Organizations Section. 128 Editor Joyce Lussky and odvisor Robert V. Esmond confer on details for the 1959 NORTHER. Mr. Esmond, who advised the i953 annual, returned to supervise this year's staff. i i i l i , i The NORTHER staff, which produces Nl's yearbook, begins its work at the end of the previous school year and does some work during the summer months and also during Freshman Week. The staff does most of its picture and copy work in the fall so that the spring deadline in March can be met. This year the NORTHER moved to its new head- quarters in Barracks I5-D. Checking preliminary sketches for the cover are Milo Grafstrom, Assistant Art Editor, and Nancy Seager, Art Editor. PICTURE STAFF SEATED: M. Swenson, Picture Editor, J. Taylor, As- sistant Picture Editorg L. Gerber. STANDING: M. Wrede, D. Roberts, S. Ferris, S. Kadlec B. Bindas. BUSINESS STAFF SEATED: S. Sundell, G. Zopel, Business Manager. STANDING: R. Somermeyer, G. McDermott, P. Zelinka R. Brunner, .l. Carney, J. Dufresne, J. Bryon. ,RX 1, ,Eg nf Vfxy- . . 1 if-Els 129 Dick Nelson makes use of his English maior this year as STAR Editor. Here he is shown with Miss Edith Morken, odvisor. NIE NOR7fI RN STAR Editor Dick Nelson shows a new procedure to his Editorial Staff: Gene Doretti, News Editorg Terse Nor guard, Feature Editorp Rita Thomason, Associate Editor: and Bud Specter, Sports Editor. 130 7 Feature writing and copyreadlng are important business for Connie Chiapporip Rosetta Guyerson, Copy Editor Terse Norgaard Feature Editor Mary Anw DeMarla and Diane Adams, Assistant Feature The NORTHERN STAR, the university newspaper, is distributed every Friday at various places on campus Every aspect of college life, from historical and in 'formative to sports and social, is included each week The newspaper has its offices in Barracks l7-D. Advertising Managers Karen Ryan and Bob Loving decide on the amount of space which will be devoted to the paper's supportersp Business Manager Jim Shanebrook balances the booksg and Circulation Manager Andy Anderson makes certain that students on campus and alumni get copies of the paper each week. 131 isa ..... f- -"d WNIC Executive StaH, clockwise from lower left: Frank Trusky, Chief Engineerg Carol Silver, Publicity Director, Don Schabel, Record li- brarian, Stan Pantelis, News Director, Dick Wood, Acting Chief Announcer, Bob Horton, Music Directory and Ed Salners, Station Man- ager. Absent were Jack Hall, Sports Director, and Gene Doretti, Chief Announcer. The WNIC Executive Stott is composed of the heads of the various WNIC departments and the student sta- tion manager. At regular meetings, the Executive Sta'Ff members review present policy, formulate new policies, consider ideas for new programs, and evaluate the work of WNIC. Bob Horton, standing, Music Director, and Don Schabel, Record Librarian, make selec- tions in the record stacks at WNIC staff headquarters. Bob, who was Station Man- ager during both his iunior and senior years, is now a graduate student, and Don, a four- year member, has been responsible for a complete revision of WNIC's record library filing system. ffla Ed Salners, left, Station Manager, watches as Frank Trusky, Chief Engineer, checks equipment in . c , "Studio B." One of the main proiecls of the staff was to set up a temporary studio in Barracks 18-A, student-staff headquarters for WNIC, "Studio B" permits a limited amount of programming to originate from the barracks and thereby relieves some of the pressure on the Library Auditorium where the main WNIC facilities are located. KC X. n- is 132 M' C Q, 'Vkskl t. 'N P Jack Hall, Sports Director, does play-by-play broadcasts for home basketball and football games. .if .X '-sa . . -K ' Fur' 'Ei fi " Qziw. .1 1 1,"L. E ., Station Manager Ed Salners receives a few help- ful hints from WNIC advisor, Robert V. Esmond. FRONT ROW: R. Esmond, advisor, E. Salners, station manager, C. Silver, publicity directory L. Homfeldt, acting record librarian, J. Hall, sports director, G. Doretti, chief announcer, F. Trusky, chief engineerg R. Horton, music programs director, R. Wood, trattic director. CENTER ROW: N. Potash, G. Larson, T. Kunkler, D. Hynds, G. McMillan, A. Uthoft, G. Hinrichs, P. Jung, B. Cash, D. Hill, J. Ahern. BACK ROW: J. Lincoln, J. Reussow, R. Sommers, C. Shriver, E. Dunbar, P. Mackey, J. Ross, N. MacNerland, L. Lippoldt, L. Adler, F. Miner. l33 'el-f, , -mmm, 14.-.A Scenes like these show that A.W.S. doesn't waste any time getting acquainted with the new students on campus each semester. 145' 06114750 WOM N 5' UDINTS' Just as the punch table and reception line are places for meeting and getting acquainted with new people, Associated Women Students has many other places and activities for promoting friendship. They not only sponsor the Freshman Christmas Pro- gram, Dad's Day, and Mother's Day on campus, but also have a tea each semester for new women students, sponsor the Activities Carnival and All-School Picnic, and have a booth in Winter Carnival. 'LT' A.W.S. COUNCIL SEATED. C. Moffatt, J. Henderson, Miss Haddock, N. Wilson, K. Chris- tiansen. STANDING: A. Miller, B. Johnson, J. Berry, J. Heath. 134 Saab! Groups I l FIRST ROW: J. Gruhn, E. Dunbar, C. Bowers, E. Hater, L. Conway, K. Prouty, J. Crull. vll 'J - CENTER ROW: J. Emro, P. King, E. Brezina, J. Vierke, M. Morgan, M. Carpenter, M. Lyon, M. Unruh. BACK ROW: J. Nord, L. Hohensee, K. Soelke, C. Beelendorf, M. Olsen, A. Olson, M. Stephens. AZPHA Xl D U14 Eighty-nine chapters Founded Knox College in 1893 Gamma Pi chapter established in 1959 President: Pat King This spring, representatives from campus sororities were welcomed to Alpha Xi Delta's Installation Tea. -i....T.,- , 136 After five years on Northern's campus as a local sorority, Gamma Theta's main activity this year was becoming the Gamma Pi chapter of Alpha Xi Delta in January. At that time, the sorority held a reception for the faculty, administrators, and officers of all campus organizations. Alpha Xi Delta participated last year in such campus events as Winter Carnival. The sorority's philanthropic proiect is the curbing of iuvenile delinquency. Members of Alpha Xi Delta also studied hard and earned the highest scholastic average of all Northern Illinois' sororities in the second semester. Alpha Omicron Pi started the year by winning first place for the Homecoming float which they and Pi Kappa Phi built. lt was entitled, "Movies are Bigger and Better Than Ever-as Seen at 'The Egyp- tian.' " Other prizes won by AOPi were the scholarship improvement cup and sec- ond prize, with Theta Kappa Phi, in their Stunt Nite entry, "Have Gun, Will Shoot." The sorority also entered in May Fete and Winter Carnival. As one of their service proiects, AOPi once again sponsored and provided a leader for a local Girl Scout troop. The girls also aided the cancer and heart fund drives and the Women's Auxiliary of the DeKalb Hospital. Nationally, AOPi spon- N'-' 'Ulf' Cl1C'P'e' eslabllfhed in 1954 President: Arlene Guerin This first-place entry was the happy result of the efforts of Alpha Omicron Pi and Pi Kappa Phi in Homecoming. Seventy-tive chapters Founded Barnard College in 1897 sored the Social Service Department for the Frontier Nursing Service, and the girls this year sent gifts to needy children at Christmas. v4lPflv4 0M CRUN Pl FIRST ROW: S. Etherton, J. Kresl, M. Sachtleben, E. Gaudutis, D. Morgan, M. Miller, C. Mills, D. Sable. CENTER ROW: C. Roby, C. Crage, J. Kobut, N. Vandenberg, D. Schmidt, B. Holochwost, P. Decklar. BACK ROW: J. Hahn, M. Heller, J. Wellman, E. Shaffer, G. Johnson, C. Hacker, M. Hartwick, R. Petersen. FIRST ROW: L. Provo, J. Fritz, L. Glover, S. Williams, B. Foy, J. Clem ents, A. Lindgren, R. Sell. CENTER ROW: K. Piazza, D. Kamin, M. Bons, C. Norton, A. Guerin, S. Sibley, J. Pittaway, P. Lace, M. Miller. BACK ROW: M. Drachenberg, N. Wilson, J. Brown, C. Rufh, L. Raymond, K. Smith, J. Miller, S. Marker. W3 qc C7 3 13 1 it t it t 5. x 'l A A A K' '. 7. ll, ll f I . f ll ll xy ,as- A Q. .. h' .1 1 - .-wr 5 Z yi -I 3 l E Y? o' L N.,,!'- 'x.f i , ., , x 4 . , i Q. ,,.V ,V , ., 5 V r Q -. A . .. .. FIRST ROW: B. Collin, J. Pollak, R. Foster, K. Christensen, C. Bero, C. Politsch, M. Perrin, P. Zelinka. CENTER ROW: S. Daydiff, C. Anderson, R. Rolston, M. Johnston, B. Lovelady, D. Nystrom, L. Kiene. BACK ROW: R. FIRST ROW: M. CENTER ROW: BACK ROW: J. Thirty-nine chapters Founded Longwood College, 1901 Beta Rho chapter established in 1947 President: Pat Elsberg Alpha Sigma Alpha and Phi Sigma Epsilon even had Oasis girls complete with hula hoop smo ke rings as part of their float. Abrahamsen, R. Diederich, P. Schroeder, T. Norgaard, G. Zapel, M. Larson, C. Buchert, C. Sundell. Uecker, S. Spelman, J. Gulino, J. Guyon, C. Faletti, V. Pikowitz, J. Kolar, K. Huestis, advisor. G. Jaglinski, M. Fichte, P. Ramos, S. Bremer, S. Swing, B. Manzke, M. Sandeno. Lentz, D. Bauer, P. Novak, M. Bouley, G. Werner, K. Story, P. Trunt, J. Hopkins. ALPHA 5 GMA AZPAA 138 Beta Rho chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha celebrated its national Founder's Day with a banquet honoring its sixtieth year as a national organization. Nationally, Alpha Sig's philanthropic proiect is helping the mentally retarded. Beta Rho has made scrapbooks and smocks 'for the mentally retarded children in local hospitals during the last year. Homecoming was entered with Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity, and their first- place Stunt Night entry, "lntellectual En- deavors," was in collaboration with Alpha Phi Omega fraternity. The Alpha Sigs sponsored an annual All-Greek Christmas party where a king and queen of Northern's Greek world were crowned. Delta Zeta and Sigma Kappa took third prize in Homecoming with their float, "Beating Central ls Like Sleeping On A Cloud." Homecoming Queen, Jean Bendt, reigned over the festivities, and two other DZs shared honors by being on the court. Honoring the football team, Delta Zeta presented their annual dance, the Huskie Hop. The DZs and Theta Kaps ioined forces in Winter Carnival and took sec- ond place with their booth, "Down the Drain." They also helped with the Cancer Drive and the sale of TB seals. Their annual formal was held in April this year. -L. -Y L' And the mice come out to dance for the Delta Zeta and Theta Kappa Phi entry at Winter Carnival. One hundred thirty chapters Founded Miami Univ. of Ohio in 1902 Gamma Rho chapter established in 1954 President: Carol Hutchison D 17:4 ZEN FIRST ROW: M. Fritz, N. Kareta, M. Nevenhoven, M. Segebrecht, K. Hanegan, J. Yurgine, J. Taylor, R. Johnson, J. Beadles. CENTER ROW: G. Johnson, L. Ertsman, J. Bendt, H. Weichbrodt, C. Erie, L. Schlarb, M. Hagman, J. Atwell, C. Hutchison, G. Hilt. BACK ROW: L. Brown, P. Bunta, M. Warren, L. Sattler, C. Neath, M. Weiner, J. De Zutter, C. Benton, P. Wolsko. FIRST ROW: R. Somermeyer, R. McClinton, J. Sandke, E. Guthree, C. Miranda, J. Merk, S. Romack, M. Brady, M. Kalter. CENTER ROW: T. Delia, M. Cook, K. Doenier, J. Yates, T. Baird, M. Brazzalle, V. Johnson, S. Hutchison. BACK ROW: K. Rakoski, J. Pelletier, M. Knickerbocker, D. Wimble, L. Franch, C. Buchan, J. Ryan, M. Lipsker, S. Moss. I ' Y Y 41 Hi - '7 xy 'il - 9 me zzz" ts Q Bi 3 59399 ?T, ,lifi Sei F el J l . if FIRST ROW: J. Jackman, S. Tisol, M. Marcis, M. Ballegooyen, D. Binder, M. Hollis, J. Wood, C. Janis. CENTER ROW: H. Anderson, S. Ferris, M. lngraftia, J, Francis, M. Taggart, G. McDermott, M. Somorion. BACK ROW: J. Thompson, K. Ryan, K. Drew, K. Conard, D. Collier, R. Hadley. FIRST ROW: J. Barnowski, J. Hall, K. Barufti, M. Blaine, C. Donley, B. Bedrava, J. Peterson, H. McGee. CENTER ROW: M. De Maria, S. Kudlec, J. Ray, C. Osterman, M. Stark, J, Boustead, A. Righton. BACK ROW: B. Miller, J. Anderson, J. Breicha, N. Lockhart, D. Dryer, S. Crow, C. Putnam, S. McKinsey. KAP 14 DHNI Ninety-seven chapters Founded Longwood College in l897 Gamma Alpha chapter established in 1952 President: Audrey Righton "Say lt With Flowers" won the KD's first place in Homecoming's single-entry division. :fx .94 I, The Kappa Delta sorority had a very successful 1958-1959 school year filled with high honors and awards. They entered various social activities, such as Homecoming in which they won first place for the best single entry with their float, "Say It With Flowers." They also entered Winter Carnival, this time with the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, and captured first place with "Water Wonder- land." Along with their social activities, they participated in philanthropic proiects such as working at the NIU Therapy Center. Because of their many activities and proiects, Kappa Delta was awarded the Organization of the Year Trophy. Guided by the Greek lamp which sym- bolizes intellectual aims, Pi Kappa Sigma won the Panhellenic Scholarship Tray for the Fall, I958 semester. Pi Kaps also won a song trophy from the National Conven- tion for entering the winning song. Pi Kaps and Alpha Psi Epsilon entered Stunt Night with an entry entitled, "Deep Tradition," which was centered around the school traditions of NIU. Nancy Or- war was crowned "Miss Northern," and Roseann Markese was chosen "Miss Alumnae." The Pi Kappa Sigma booth for Winter Carnival won second prize, Evidently, people enioyed throwing water-filled balloons at the Pi Kap pledges. Pi Kappa Sigma and Tau Kappa Epsilon had "Progress ls Our Most Important Product" as their Homecoming theme. Thirty-one chapters Founded Ypsilanti, Mich. in 1894 Alpha Rho chapter established in I945 President: Nancy Lindenmeyer P KAP A 5'6'M!l FIRST ROW: P. Doweidt, L. Thompson, P. Voltz, B. Nelson, C. Olson, D. McKeon, P. Stephan, J. Avena. CENTER ROW: I. Bukovsky, K. Mullis, J. Corso, J. Wathen, F. Palkoner, E. Nystrom, V. Wiemuth, L. Lyons, J. Kekish. BACK ROW: K. Edlund, P. Thompson, M. Trivelli, N. Lindenmeyer, A. Stelk, N. Anders, M. Johnston, J. Siemers. FIRST ROW: E. Vose, C. Margelli, J. Kilgore, L. Walters, B. Cler, R. Marzano, J. Mundson, J. Lucas, J. McClendon. CENTER ROW: P. Irwin, A. Byrd, A. Pluzynski, P. Okrey, N. Singelman, V. Orzehoskie, S. Cannella, C. Lemon, E. Yauch, J. Krueger. BACK ROW: K. Edlund, N. Rebenar, J. De Morse, K. Hammargren, A. Theiss, B. Wright, J. Henderson, P. Janda, A. Ziemann. ' I' li " it 'i712.5'3' ' 'if' - VE 9 ' N' 7 . x . L fn-2. , Ka si Q -. - ff v , f1r,.,t,,p yt... J. I . 1 ' 1 . , I l ' ' v -' I ' gulf .Syn 1 Qs.: ' . f' 'i , . , 5. 1: u Cl 1 . , I' J L cr f AW 5' i 'L 'N -- - ao. V S i-.' I T ' ' L J. L. A , i FIRST ROW: J. George, M. Schulz, A. Hermes, A. Lundborg, J. McKenzie, D. Lipinski, C. Stumpthaus, G. Schultz, J. Ogburn. CENTER ROW: J. Lussky, N. Cornwell, M. Lemker, J. Hinz, C. Rolott, B. Hearl, B. Kerlin, M. Sudds. BACK ROW: K. George, L. Dalbke, B. Bundy, J. Johnson, D. Wickstro m, J. Stralow, H. Nelson, J. Feiereisel, N. Walsh. FIRST ROW: L. Hiller, S. Price, J. Dufresne, K. Osman, J. Matthew, M. Imes, C. BeGuhn, J. Bryan. CENTER ROW: C. Brodine, E. Fires, R. Ledowski, J. Palm, E. Valasek, E. Sefcik, J. Martens, F. Kadar, S. Chmelik. BACK ROW: N. Hill, J. Hruby, V. Bohlander, P. Reimisch, J. Freese, K. Riley, J. Berry, F. Beck, A. Kahn. 5 GMA KAP fl Seventy-two chapters Founded Colby College in 1874 Gamma Zeta chapter established in 1954 President: Doris Wickstrom Dreamland and live toys showed how beating Central was like "Sleeping On A Cloud," by Sigma Kappa and Della Zeta. -.agtkrx . -at 'fr l " iw Each Sigma Kappa has as her goal the development of a personality and char- acter, not only intellectually and spirit- ually, but socially as well. This fall, Sigma Kappa combined with Delta Zeta to place third in Homecoming. The Sigma Kaps presented a school mixer, participated in Winter Carnival, Stunt Night, and May Fete, and this spring won first place in the second annual All Greek Sing. As a service proiect, Sigma Kappa assisted in sponsoring the Book Ex- change. Another philanthropic proiect is aiding and entertaining the residents at the DeKalb County Home. The past year has held many honors for Beta Alpha. Starting with May Fete, first prize was won with Pi Kappa Phi for "A Cold Day in Hell." Homecoming, en- tered with Theta Kappa Phi, and the Greek Sing Contest brought two second- place trophies. Highest honors were awarded to Arlene Mirabelli, who was chosen sorority president of the year. The Sigmas have several service proi- ects. Besides helping to support a chil- dren's hospital, they assist the Health Service with TB X-rays and flu shots, and the DeKalb County TB Association in mailing TB seals. r 'Q Spf- 4 O 1,5 'x O f,1's.,'oSi'C58,'l'C xx lf' The beatniks really "raised up a storm" at the Tri Sigma-Chi Sigma Nu Winter Carnival booth, "Institution of ldiosyncrasies." Seventy-one chapters Founded Longwood College in 1898 Beta Alpha chapter established in 1944 President: Arlene Mirabelli 5' GMA 5' 6414 5' 6'Ma4 FIRST ROW: C. Planos, J. Alexander, P. Papke, M. Kieca, M. Melnik, G. Hester, A. Mirabelli, A. Double, J. Lenkart. CENTER ROW: J. Rusnak, A. Morris, M. Wrede, M. Angelini, J. Wally, C. Schuemann, B. Timm, S. Riddle. BACK ROW: D. Peterson, A. Logan, M. Kindstrom, J. Diamond, M. Perry, S. Baltis, D. Coudret, D. Adams, C. Brunchwiler. FIRST ROW: J. Warren, J. Vachata, D. Zimay, M. Deske, L. Dzielak, M. Sabat, P. Anders, C. Schnell. CENTER ROW: D. Van Kleef, P. Samuelson, M. Heminover, A. Hagen, D. Kucera, M. Dalyk, A. Cannon, L. Barton, S. Warner. BACK ROW: C. Benson, M. Piotrowski, L. Waldvogel, B. Bainor, J. Horst, S. Rooney, M. Smith, D. Magiera, E. Parker, M. Varela. 1 ill . 5 Qc . ,P gk' 'il -t Y. 1 f : : JJ P ,Q i, t 1 1 .1 j .. K, FIRST ROW: E. Richards, L. Watson, N. Gant, M. Collier. CENTER ROW: E. Gunn, B. Hinton, E. Joseph, E. Key. BACK ROW: D. Lucas, L. Dunn, E. Campbell, J. Ashby. 7:40 DEZNI 5' 6Mfl Established in 1959 President: Eleanor Key Part of Tau Delta Sigma's members look through a yearbook with happy thoughts of planning a successful future. t .3 ,... A' ' H , . t Y ii ,zz Last fall a group of Northern girls de- cided to form a local sorority on campus. At the beginning of this year their dreams were fulfilled, and Tau Delta Sigma came into existence. They have chosen very worthwhile philanthropic projects which include caroling at neighboring hospitals, filling baskets for the needy, and other similar volunteer work. ln April they organized a Can Can Dance. In the future, coFfee hours, a Mother's Day tea, and plans to enter the May Fete festivities are on the agenda. ,X l SEATED, B. Brunner, G. Hansen, K. Cannon, J. Slobodnik, D. Smith. STANDING: J. Henard, R. Slater, B. Welker, G. Wagner, R. Deacon. 571647 6'RfEK.5' Stray Greeks is composed of men and women who Other Stray Greeks are: B. Brunner, Sigma Phi Epsi- belong to sororities and fraternities that are not found lon, T. Evans, Beta Theta Pi, G. Hansen, Phi Sigma Pi, at Northern. Officers are: Kim Cannon, pres., Zeta Psi, W. Jourdan, Phi Kappa Psi, A. Krech, Sigma Phi Epsi- John Henard, vice-pres., Phi Gamma Delta, Judy Sand- lon, C. McBriarty, Sigma Phi Epsilon, C. Miller, Alpha ers, sec., Pi Beta Phi, and Ed Wachs, treas., Phi Delta Tau Omega, R. Slater, S.M.S., J. Slobodnik, S.M.S., D. Theta. Smith, Delta Upsilon, G. Wagner, Phi Gamma Delta, In addition to having meetings and parties for its and B. Welker, Sigma Phi Epsilon. members, Stray Greeks also helps sponsor the All- School Auction every spring. The dancing continued -in spite of tired feet. 145 FIRST ROW: R. Buchanan, R. Moisand, R. Dean, M. Franczyk, R. Wheeler, W. Schultz. CENTER ROW: R. Branz, A. Slaber, J. Wolter, R. Fouts, K. Starke. BACK ROW: A. Eckardt, R. Groos, W. Berg, L. Mershimer. fllPfl!l P I IP ll0N s L l' xt .ff L, Local chapter established in 1954 President: Richard Dean ..4Qki' , A This monstrous version of Mr. Hard Shell himself brought a fourth prize to Alpha Psi Epsilon. As Homecoming rolled around, the APEs took fourth place in the singles di- vision of the Homecoming Parade. At Christmas time a caroling party was held at the old people's home, and this year the fraternity was presented with the Scholarship Award for having the highest scholastic average. ln addition to coffee hours during the year, Alpha Psi Epsilon holds its Spring Formal in May. l 1 ln traditional fashion, Theta Kappa Phi members have made the past year one of high recognition for their fraternity. They were solicitors for the Heart and Cancer Drives, contributed to the New- man Chapel Fund, and distributed food at Christmas. Theta Kappa Phi, with the help of Tri Sigma sorority, captured second place honors for their Homecoming float. They also entered Stunt Night and Winter Car- nival. The Theta Kaps received four prizes and trophies: the National Fraternity Scholarship trophy, second place in Stunt Night, second place in the Homecoming Parade, and the winning of the May Fete Pledge Race. From the land of sky blue waters came a second-place winner for the Theta Kaps and Tri Sigs. Twenty-two chapters Founded Lehigh University in 1919 Psi chapter established in 1952 President: Jerry Rogers M5714 KAP .4 PHI FIRST ROW: G. Cooney, J. Gasper, F. Guerino, R. Hansen, C. Linker, T. Kombich, E. Evans. CENTER ROW: J. Lesnik, L. Leffelman, L. Osborne, E. Patrizi, R. Powers, D. Ellis. BACK ROW: R. Marela, R. Glogovsky, R. Hann, D. Yankus, J. Garrity, F. Jokubko, G. McGahey. FIRST ROW: C. Foltz, R. Glogovsky, O. Wrzeszcz, A. Sheehan, K. Bristol, R. Pintozzi, M. Fiorito, E. Watts, B. Cash. CENTER ROW: J. Truty, A. Bufalo, A. Romanovich, H. Cummings, R. Noreikis, C. Dombrowski, M. Pierog, T. Conwell, J. Hall, T. Schelewitz. BACK ROW: T. Johnson, L. Rogers, L. Tangorra, T. Kallstedt, D. Feist, W. Cody. FIRST ROW: H. Gintzler, R. Simpson, A. Slavin, R. Groth, A. Beverly, K. Price. CENTER ROW: D. Grund, T. Potter, A. Shaw, R. Marshall, J. Vear. BACK ROW: L. Hausknecht, W. Jones, D. Hansen, P. Huske, J. Gustafson, D. Wegener. KAP .4 5 GMA KAP il Fifty chapters Founded Virginia Military Inst. in 1867 lllinois Eta chapter established in 1956 President: Don Grund " 'o. . 0 ' 0 A inflill 1 - .ci ". to. O To ooono It looks like the Kappa Sigs and the Alpha Xi Deltas enioyed themselves on their Winter Carnival Showboat. 148 Kappa Sigma Kappa's ideals rest on the principle that the iudgment of any man should be by the consideration of his individual worth without regard to his race, religion, national origin, or position in life. This year the Kappa Sigs entered Winter Carnival with Alpha Xi Delta. Early this year they sponsored the annual "Swingin' to Spring" semi-formal dance, and every year a contribution is made to Father Flanagan's Boys Town. The Iris Ball was held in May. PRESENT f QZENEIE WUNDEQLAEND wg The year 1958-1959 was a very suc- cessful one for Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. They began by taking first place in May Fete with Sigma Sigma Sigma, enter- ing "lf We Had Our Way It Would Be a Cold Day in Hell," first place in Home- coming with Alpha Omicron Pi in "Movies are Better Than Ever," and first place in Winter Carnival with Kapppa Delta pre- senting "Water Wonderland." Other successful proiects were the Play Boy Party, and the sponsoring of the Winter Carnival. second annual All-Greek Sing commemo- rating the nationalization of their chap- "Water Wonderland" wan first place for Pi Kappa Phi and Kappa Delta in Sixty-six chapters 197- Founded College of Charleston in 1904 Beta Sigma chapter established in 1958 President: Gene Sokolowski Pl IMP A PHI FIRST ROW: P. Huizenga, R. Drew, R. Musser, D. DeJoris, R. Phistry, R. Keeffer, C. Binnie, J. Shanebrook, E. Anderson, R. Berry, G. Schreck. SECOND ROW: C. Petersen, D. Jahnke, DL Marchuk, D. Nelson, D. Morgan, G. Benham, J. Pilon, R. Sieg, J. Tate, G. Sokolowski, R. Giles, J. Gnatek. THIRD ROW: F. Thayer, J. Tremore, J. Sasenick, J. Kincaid, C. Middleton, J. Adamek, B. Forke, R. Sargeant, D. Henne, M. Novit, R. Hicks. BACK ROW: J. Gesto, G. Mitchell, T. Wardell, M. Bartels. 149 FIRST ROW: J. Anderson, K. Schetiler, G. Holmquisl, R. Keller, C. Rossetti, C. Eade, G. Zanin, G. Meeker, D. Blasky, L. Timmons. CENTER ROW: T. Durante, B. Nystrom, J. Place, P. Frigo, R. Capponi, T. Spalding, D. Fontana, R. Dieden, R. Jonak. BACK ROW: P. Kabarec, G. Howe, J. Borens, W. Blair, R. Vanderhagen, R. Isbell, W. Christiansen, D. Lindbloom, M. Thompson, F. Kisiel. FIRST ROW: S. Barczi, P. Nelson, J. Plaskas, K. Seversen, R. Coleman, M. Di Pietro, T. Banaszak, A. Rush, B. Knight, J. Eyre. CENTER ROW: L. Frank, T. Seeman, J. Vicory, R. D. Johnson, R. Kouppinen, R. Wolff, L. Tanner, G. Grant, R. Hunt, G. Brown, J. Pease. BACK ROW: C. Ruder, M. Diebold, J. Fiordelisi, R. Sheridan, T. Seger, T. McCubbin, W. Farley, J. Seyring, R. Youngdahl, R. May. 7:40 KAP fl EP ll0lV One hundred titty-one chapters Founded Illinois Wesleyan Univ. in 1899 Delta Eta chapter established in 1953 President: Tom Seger Teke dancers do an unidentitiable step in their routine for Winter Carnival. , The Delta Eta chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon held many social events this year including the annual Red Carnation Ball and the Mardi Gras open dance. Because of its success last year, they again pro- vided an egg throw at Winter Carnival. The TKEs also helped to collect money for the Cancer and Heart Fund Drives. The TKE athletes were very successful in their sports endeavors this year and won many trophies for their efiort. One of the outstanding awards was the Tau Kappa Epsilon Basketball Championship for the state of Illinois. Phi Sigma Epsilon was brought to this campus with the purpose of encouraging culture, college spirit, and intimate social ties. This year the Phi Sigs and Kappa Delta co-sponsored the third annual All-School Auction which netted a S1700 profit that was donated to the Student Union Fund. Each year the Phi Sigs participate in Homecoming, Winter Carnival, Stunt Night, and May Fete. Along with these maior campus events, Phi Sigma Epsilon sponsors an annual open mixer, closed date parties, and parties with various sororities. The highlights of their social calendar are a Christmas informal and a spring formal. Giant-size cigarette packs completed the Phi Sigma Epsilon-Alpha Sigma Alpha entry in Homecoming. Twenty-seven chapters Founded Emporia, Kansas in 1910 Sigma chapter established in 1947 President: Wayne Lundberg Pill 5 GMA EP IZON FIRST ROW: C. Dykstra, G. Murino, J. Corrigan, R. Beeson, K. Urban, G. Abrahamson, M. Spinello, L. Dunphy, R. Phipps, T. Terrana. SECOND ROW: J. Silverstein, R. Stilling, L. McDowell, D. Spina, G. Beck, D. White, D. Novak, G. Husser, D. Lund, R. Johnson, C. Mest. THIRD ROW: R. Lindich, A. Downs, S. Geiken, L. Wyllie, L. Mueller, L. Pearlman, R. Tate, T. Hardin, J. Beale, F. Escherich, R. Hurban. BACK ROW: W. Gamble, W. Lundberg, L. O'Donnell, R. Epple, R. Marsh, R. Speakman. 151 FRONT ROW: F. Pozzi, W. Holous, K. Luomala, R. Corby, D. Kraft, R. Speros, J. Egert, R. Harms, R. Goodspeed. CENTER ROW: J. Corwin, D. Wegrzyn, D. Evans, G. Griffin, E. Latz, J. Stellman, D. Bimler, W. Jourdan. BACK ROW: G. Nielsen, C. Kerekes, F. Tessendorf, R. Sundeen, H. Ha berkorn, B. Dolan, N. Aves, P. Billing, A. Evanson, R. Nielsen. Cfll 5' GMA Nl! Local chapter established in l957 President: Frank Pozzi Chi Sigma Nu house decorations capped third place at Homecoming. Although Chi Sigma Nu is iust a little over two years old, they have already had a very active past. Last Christmas they blended voices at the DeKalb Hos- pital in an old-fashioned tradition of caroling. During Homecoming, Chi Sig's hard work paid off in the form of third place for house decorations. The Chi Sigmas' main social functions were a skating party, participation in Biannual Mystery Days, and a formal dance. If the past is any indication, it looks as if Chi Sigma Nu's future will continue to burn bright. 152 t As an outstanding contribution to the social life at Nl, Flunkies annually pre- sent the Miss Northern contest and Or- ganization of the Year Dance. Awarded first place in Stunt Night single entries last spring, they went on to capture firsts in intramurals-in baseball, football, and volleyball. Although they also submit entries in Homecoming and Winter Carnival, Flunk- ies believe less in the competition for a prize and more in competition for the fun of it. They sing, "We love no other, So let our motto be Fair play and courtesy- Flunkie." Indians and football players make a weird combination, but the Flunkies get the picture across. Established in 1952 President: Howard Fagan Fl UNK! 5' FIRST ROW: T. Burken, G. Nahabedian, W. Welsh, M. Lundin, H. Robinson, J. Athans, D. Molitor, R. Miro, R. Peters, J. Walsh. CENTER ROW: N. Ruzycki, F. Kopczyk, G. Coldebella, T. O'Donnell, R. Snider, R. Myers, D. Evans, R. Manusos, G. Legan, J. Giardino, D. Szafranski. BACK ROW: E. Wilmowski, H. Fagan, J. Harrington, M. Morris, M. Pagliaro, R. Nelson, J. Levihn, R. Kruzic, A. Schoenbach, S. Sroczynski. 153 FIRST ROW: P. Schmidt, R. Cavanagh, F. Triumph, H. Hutt, W. Hermann, T. Whiting, K. Kasnicka, J. Walsh, W. McCloskey. CENTER ROW: E. Lauritzen, W. Wirth, P. Tucker, O. Carlson, F. Hinz, T. Kehoe, F. Pozzi, D. Blanck, J. Martinson, R. Schneider. BACK ROW: C. Maiewski, J. Underdown, H. Schultz, J. Eglitis, J. Roberts, J. Sasenick, R. Reilly, R. Lang, J. Hamlin. FIRST ROW: G. Gardner, R. Warth, R. Sommers, R. Meyers, R. Hackler, N. Pollock, J. Gesto, H. Peters, H. Sorgatz. CENTER ROW: R. Zeitler, D. Schiller, T. Peterson, T. Wardell, K. Neybert, C. McBriarty, R. Swan, R. Koehler, R. Schlak, W. Bodach. BACK ROW: C. Willett, H. Meyers, P. Michael, R. W. Johnson, N. Ventsias, D. Ryan, D. Wall, K. Casey, W. Kuhns. FIRST ROW: R. Cerveny, R. Scheidt, R. McCulloch, G. Tsouloutis, B. Dolan, W. Woodruff, J. Munger. CENTER ROW: L. Michaels, J. Slobodnik, L. Mershimer, R. Rader, A. Eckardt, B. Warner. BACK ROW: R. Grund, W. Johnson, T. Cannon, L. Schmidt. Established in 1954 President: Ray Grund If 5' C20 Hupl Two, three, four-with a left and a right, Vets Club marched proudly in the Homecoming Parade. l54 The Vets Club spent a busy year taking part in all maior campus activities includ- ing Homecoming, Stunt Night, and May Fete. Their social functions included date parties, coffee hours, and get-togethers with sororities. Last year the Vets Club made a contri- bution to the Marine Corps League "Toys for Tots" program and a donation to help a needy family in the DeKalb area at Christmas. At Winter Carnival, Vets Club candi- date Kay Piazza was crowned queen. FIRST ROW: D. Van Kleef, pres.p M. Stephens, J. Lentz, rec. sec.p L. Dalbke. CENTER ROW: K. Rakoski, cor. sec.7 J. Hahn, K. Ryan, treas.p J. Corso, J. Crull. BACK ROW: M. Sachtleben, vice- pres., D. Lipinski, J. Merk, M. Kieca, H. McGee, J. Guyon. PJINHEZZEWIL' 00lVCll lN7fR -FR47 C'00NC'll FIRST ROW: G. Sokolowski, L. Rogers, T. Seger, K. Starke, M. Thompson, treas. BACK ROW: R. Groth, R. Corby, L. Tangorra, pres.p G. Murino, E. Latz, J. Pilon, W. Thompson, R. Dean. lAbsent: R. Mander, sec.I X. I rg, Panhellenic Council is composed of two representatives from each sorority. The Council acts as an advisory body for the sororities on campus, and is under the auspices of the National Panhellenic Council. ln addition to regulating activi- ties, the Council sponsors a sorority Pa- troness Tea, an informal dance, and a fashion show featuringi spring styles. Inter-Fraternity Council, with two rep- resentatives 'irom each fraternity, governs the men's rush program, awards scholar- ship trophies, and supervises the IFC sports program. This year's Greek Week was a success that proved complete with everything from discussion groups to a iam session. I55 Newman Catholic Student Center, 618 College Avenue, is the place for daily 4:15 coffee breaks and Sunday night socials. Wesley House, 205 Normal Road, is the meeting place for Methodist students. The Lutheran students' house at 415 Normal Road won second place in last fall's house decoration contest with, "Poof, there goes Central." 156 V 4.1, . R U6 00 LVINDID lnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship entered a float in the singles division of the Homecoming Parade. Judson Fellowship received fifth place for "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel unto every nation." Rehgfbas Groups I Ng 55, QE, 'I hmsw l W tTW wx.. ,- .fe v . X. f" ' E K L'!lN75R ZIRV Canterbury Club was founded at NIU in the fall of 1953 for Episcopalian stu- dents interested in receiving religious in- C'fiRl.S'7'lv4N .S'C'lElVC'f ln 1953 the Christian Science Organi- zation of NIU was founded in order to give students of that faith a greater knowledge of their religion. This has been GAMMA DH 7,4 Founded about 1948 at Northern, Gamma Delta has since been helping Lutheran students to be of service to both God and their fellow man. With this idea in mind, the group fos- lilllfl Hillel, the religious organization on campus for Jewish students, has been growing steadily since its founding in struction. The Canterbury House is lo- cated on Augusta Avenue and is the scene of activities other than the im- portant one of religious instruction. This year the members ioined with the mem- bers of Hillel in making a float for Home- coming called "Halo Everybody." 17 1 Ti ,O A , done through a booth at the Bazaarnival, weekly religious meetings, an annual Christian Science lecture, and participa- J tion in Religious Emphasis Week. Align, If ters weekly Bible study, choir for vespers, 1 and Lenten services. Although it is the Missouri Synod Lutheran Church organi- zation, both Lutheran and non-Lutheran students may ioin. . - Jr".'l 1952. This year its functions, of both re- ligious and social nature, have been many. Among these functions have been Friday night services, a Channukah Party, a ioint float in the Homecoming parade with Canterbury Club, Passover services, and a picnic. 159 Z fc s N i 1 -1 7 lnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship has the distinction of being one of the oldest religious organizations on campus, having been founded in l938. Activities of all types have been the watchword of the group this year. Not only have they given missionary support and sponsored an exchange students program, but they have also had gym nights, coFfee hours, homecoming activities, and many parties. lVCF's members are from various religious denominations. United Student Fellowship, sponsored by the Congregational Church, is made up of students of Congregational, Evan- gelical and Reformed, and Presbyterian background, although all are welcome. Among the special proiects of the group are a Christmas morning worship service and weekly Lenten vespers, plus Sunday evening meetings. The Rev. Vir- ginia Tardham advises the group. FIRST ROW: M. Schneider, H. Schieber, J. Ross, S. Strope, P. Ratlenbury, E. Berglund, G. Larson, S. Payne, P. Johnson. CENTER ROW: J. Bostrand, J. Sommerschield, V. Uhlhorn, B. Sheridan, D. Kraus, M. Mare- cek, 'N. McKendrick, A. Vinson. BACK ROW: D. Klotz, C. Si- rois, K. Kiell, M. Dow, R. Rider, P. Sells, A. Pieritz, J. Bergan, S. Olenik. FIRST ROW: J. Sevall, R. Mil- Ier, G. Schuppenhauer, S. Streic, R. Seely, M. Hintzsche, G. Biggar. CENTER ROW: M. Wells, S. Bendelow, K. Sprengel, H. Smithberg, J. Meyer, E. Pritz- kau, K. Fencelon, A. Hedberg. BACK ROW: J. Kasper, M. Li- toria, D. Hanrahan, R. Hunze- lin, D. Maxwell, D. Rakestraw, D. Carlson. JC.. 0.5.15 FIRST ROW: N. Stoner, J. Mat- thew, E. Brezina, K. VanDyke, R. Franzen, J. Hauk, M. Ar- mour. BACK ROW: D. Randall, J. Hallaron, G. Watt, J. Bauman, R. Hampton, B. Koerner. l60 JUDSON FIRST ROW: A. Vinson, J. Bo- strand, K. Blatt, S. Payne, J. Ross, P. Rattenbury, S. Strope, G. Larson, V. Musgrave, V. Uhlhorn, R. Rider. CENTER ROW: B. Biggcr, R. Hyllberg, A. Pieritz, M. Dow, J. Sommerschield, D. Smith, E. Devinney, C. Sirois, G. Schup- penhauer, J. Bodwell, R. Mil- ler. BACK ROW: D. Rakestraw, A. Smith, R. Hanzelin, E. Pritzkau, J. Meyer, M. Wells, R. Seely, S. Streic, D. Maxwell, D. Han- rahon, J. Kasper. JIID 0N l.5.!i. L.S.A. FIRST ROW: J. Jones, W. Wal- trip, B. Hoelzer, B. Schindel, S. Dvorak, J. Hanson, J. Owen, A. Krech. CENTER ROW: M. Eriksson, K. McKeown, B. Swanson, G. Rateike, P. Johnson, J. Guet- schow, D. Wade. BACK ROW: G. Benham, C. Petersen, E. Anderson, S. La- Morte, J. Larabee, M. Hemin- over, H. Christensen, J. Shane- brook. FIRST ROW: W. Etnyre, J. Ba- ker, M. Miller, B. Bindas, R. Bohr, H. Nelson, S. Deibert, K. Schubert. CENTER ROW: A. C. Smith, E. Stood, R. Simpson, J. Nimmer, J. Hruby, J. Nieminen, C. Schultz, O. Schure, K. Reich- ardt. BACK ROW: L. Hausknecht, J. Johnson, D. Wegener, H. Stahl, R. Kloepfer, G. Knabe, J. Gus- tafson, B. Osenberg, J. Ander- son, Rev. E. Flohr. lol The Lutheran Student Association is a fellowship of Christian students coming chiefly from Lutheran congregations. lts activities include worship, education, stewardship, evangelism, service and rec- reation. Sunday evening programs, as well as weekly parties and recreation, are held at the Lutheran Student Center, 415 Normal Road. Bible studies and classes on Christian faith and practice are held in addition to the regular Sunday worship life of the local congregation. Although Judson has been organized on this campus for only four years, it is a very active religious organization. Its ac- tivities include a gospel team which puts on services in churches in this area, an annual banquet formal and a part in Homecoming, which this year netted fifth place. The future holds participation in Re- ligious Emphasis Week and participation in the Illinois Baptist Student Movement Retreat. A , '1"?" I" 5' 1 1 : ,wi i, My . 1- '1..i 2 W . g-'Y w1 11j'Q1 Q If i Q S . A 0 , -, ,Ku 5: l IK 1 sg' L ' 'gk 55...-0 ' Wh A ' K' W5 'Y 4 5.1 SQL F?--f P5 ,.1?'.' P' 'K A Jgvifjx U.. gs :ft X "QL ,fri-I Q- .af 2 lrfi-,,' ' J 4-'Tu' Jig K I , , .Yr lm r M v' .1 1 V Newman Club was started at Nl in 1943 with the purpose of providing for the religious, intellectual, and social needs of the Catholic student. ln the fu- ture, this organization can look forward to having a new chapel and Catholic Stu- dent Center. The educational program includes talks on current social problems, Christian mar- riage and family life, religious discussion, inquiry classes, and general meetings. Newman Club is also active socially, having an annual formal, socials, a hay ride and a spring picnic. The Newman Club functions through its members, and its program includes a Spiritual Development Committee, Educa- tional Committee, Social Program and Public Relations Committees. NEWMAN C208 FIRST ROW: R. Guyerson, M. Howard, L. Auchstetter, R. Marzano, R. Hackler, V. Sel- mon, J. Cleal, P. Dowgiallo, M. Burkich, S. Geali. CENTER ROW: J. Meistas, R. Gleason, P. Lace, M. Vander- Zanden, N. Williams, C. Kow- alski, M. Bergmann, E. Schmidt, J. Hahn, S. Minnegan, A. Ce- sarek. BACK ROW: D. Feisl, R. Cho- mezko, D. Heilzman, M. Spang- enberg, J. Swanson, M. Gor- man, C. McBriarty, E. Patrizi, R. Widlic, J. Truty. FIRST ROW: J. Voitas, D. Gor- zynski, B. Papscm, R. Connolly, J. Madre, M. Gonnella, B. Slater, J. Murtaugh, J. O'Con- nell, E. Thorson. CENTER ROW: N. Smith, A. Gianis, C. Wilhelm, N. Link, D. Grube, E. Stafford, M. Scheidt, S. Rooney, L. Sawit- oski, A. Laibe, C. Holmberg. BACK ROW: L. Heckman, M. Silovsky, P. Jando, L. Ray- mond, D. Magiera, E. Parker, A. Theiss, M. Varela, D. An- derson, G. Hansen. l63 FIRST ROW: J. Palm, vice-pres.: M. Eriksson, M. Young- ren, D. Olenik. BACK ROW: J. Delutter, sec.: J. Kasper, J. Bauman, pres. University Religious Council is made up of one representative from most of the religious groups on campus. Last year URC participated in the Bazaarni- val and sponsored Religious Emphasis Weeks in March and November. The Council's work was espe- cially appreciated at these times. MKG WESZB' The theme for Wesley Foundation is "Committed to one-concerned for all." Christmas caroling at hospitals and at the homes of shut-ins makes this idea evident. Their many activities included winning second place with their Homecoming float and first place in volleyball. They also participated in the All-School Auction and in Winter Carnival. Wesley has for its members weekly vesper serv- ices, Sunday evening meetings, a student choir, tour- ing groups, and informal discussion groups. B. Cler, S. Ferris. son, J. Balgemann. FIRST ROW: D. Collier, J. An derson, A. Belrose, J. Heath, CENTER ROW: K. Edlund l. Brandau, D. Taylor, M. Swen BACK ROW: W. Berg, W Meles, K. Cameron, D. Math eny, F. 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Under the direction of Captain Dorothy Wimble, the cheerleaders attended football games at Wheaton College, Western Illinois, and llli- nois Normal. The girls, during the basketball season, traveled to Normal to cheer the basketball team. The faithful Nl followers also cheered at home basketball and football games throughout the year. During Homecoming Week, the cheerleaders led chants at the bonfire, game, and rode in the parade. Mary Brady, Marjorie Brazzalle, and Dorothy Wimble were the only seniors on this year's squad. Seven new cheerleaders were picked this spring and will help form next year's squad of ll girls. Each spring tryouts are held, and new cheerleaders are chosen for the next year. I'-758-59 CHEERLEADER SQUAD FIRST ROW: C. Olson, J. Yurgine, M. Kalter. SECOND ROW: D. Wimble, M. Brady, M. Knickerbocker. Nortl1ern's cheerleaders relax during their busy Homecoming week of activities. The girls present a happy pose as they ride in the 1958 Homecoming parade. Fall Sporfs l I 5 I ..l- 1958 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: A. Taylor, B. Seamans, F. Ginnamore, T. Laffey, B. Snider, R. Hansen, J. Yost, D. Smith, J. Gering, D. Corbett, J. Wakely, L. Scannell. SECOND ROW: D. Goshgarian, D. Stilling, L. Flinn, G. Turner, A. Schoenback, L. Brickert, B. Good, J. Sparlin, M. Baker, R. Myers, B. Moloney, H. Berg, F. Deyo. THIRD ROW: T. Durante, D. Kerner, C. Hudson, M. Schuster, H. Ward, L. Sulaver, M. Morris, H. Fagan, W. Dannehl, A. Eck, M. FioRito, J. Plaskas, J. Zobus, D. Berman. ZH? .YTRKE B!IC'K H0 KIIS! Northern Illinois University's football team gained success and wins during the I958 season for Coach Howard Fletcher. Fletcher, in his third season as head mentor, and his hard charging eleven won four and lost five, the best record since the I95I undefeated team. The Huskies also placed fifth in the Interstate Intercol- legiate Athletic Conference with two wins and four losses. Wheaton's Crusaders dumped the visiting Huskies 40-20 via a 24-point first quarter. During the last three quarters, the Fletchermen outplayed and outscored Wheaton 20-I6. Quarterback Louie Flinn completed IO of I8 passes for I64 yards. His favorite target, end Alan Eck, caught six tosses for I32 yards and two touch- downs. Beloit College fell 27-6 before the iniury-riddled NIU II as Captain Ron "Butch" Hansen scored twice and Bob Snider ran for 183 yards in I I carries. Fullback Joe Plaskas led Northern to its second straight win, an easy Bob Snyder eludes one opponent while turning the corner for a NIU gain. I7 24-I2 romp over Eastern Illinois. The Panthers couIdn't stop the bull-like rushes of Plaskas who rambled for IIO yards and a pair of six-pointers. Western Illinois finally broke the Huskies' winning bubble with a 38-7 rout. Almost but not quite, that was the story of the Central Michigan-Northern Illinois Homecoming battle. NIU was edged 33-23 by the Chippewas in a hard fought game. A make-or-break pass eluded the grasping arm of a NI back on a third-period kickoff, and Central's Walter Beach recovered on the one-yard line. Within I3 seconds CMC had I3 points and a I9-6 bulge and from then on were not to be denied. A marked Ietdown following the CMC game helped Illinois Normal smack the Huskies 33-I8. The only high- lights of the game for NIU were the two TD's of Plaskas and the 30 tackles made by linebacker Darrel Corbett. Again lethargy set in as NI stumbled and fell I5-7 be- fore Eastern Michigan. A four-game losing streak was finally broken as the Huskies rose up and routed a hapless University of Omaha squad 41-O behind FIinn's IO pass completions, two TD's, and five conversions. The never-say-die Huskies ended the season with a I7-7 win over South- ern Illinois and stopped Southern's bid for a share of the IIAC title. Nl didn't score until the third quarter, but from then on this was a Dad's Day game never to be forgotten. Early in the third quarter Flinn fired a 53- yard scoring pass to Capt. Hansen. Flinn missed a field goal attempt early in the fourth quarter but moments it wr l -at , fv- 'L-N -fd-. 'K A-.M Fans, Huskies, and Coach Howard Fletcher celebrate Northern's 17-7 upset victory over Southern Illinois during Dad's Day. later booted a perfect three-pointer. Midway in the last gained a second team berth on the all-conference squad. period Hansen added the last score on a 'four-yard cross- Quarterback Flinn, end Eck, and guard Dick Stilling also buck. During the last five games Corbett and Dale Ber- made the second team. Third team berths were awarded man averaged l5 and l3 tackles respectively. to center Mike Morris, halfback Hansen, and fullback Berman was named "Most Valuable Player" and Plaskas. Captain "Butch" Hansen scampers away from Southern defenders for a NI first down. l7l K ,.. rf if .4 .sfzgfz -if I .f .I 'W-We Q 'A 469' K if M X., . , w ,, , My: .W E QM- .1 R ,WZ ,AA exif' -ry, 1 ff-f2efgfy5,fk?.P1 . ,Q f 'fx-zwxf . ,f-N,,, 42 :Q Q,,'X+q'Qgy23:g.x1,i5., Q 2 B RMAN IWIMFD M0 7 Wll0v4Blf VARSITY FOOTBALL RESULTS NIU OPP. 20 Wheaton College 40 27 Beloit College 6 24 'Eastern Illinois 12 X 7 'Western lllinois 38 Y V 23 'Central Michigan 33 18 'Illinois Normal 33 lil University of Omaha 0 i7 'Southern Illinois " Denotes IIAC Games Excitement and ioy prevail in the Huskies' locker room after victory Dale Berman, Nonhem S Mos, Valu number four of 'he '58 season' able Player for 1958 and member f the IIAC second team Alan Eck snags a Louie Flinn pass, and moments later Tony Durants finds himself on the end of a scoring pass against Central Michigan Louie Flinn boots a perfect field goal against Southern giving Northern a 'IO-7 lead. A NIU blocker provides an opening for a fleet teammate. - . 'N P- . - J, 1- sb. 7- 174 2 F, , ., n-vi, , I V V Wu jqgymwgpi . H, ,M N M,-f-,,,-r . ,.,,, it rlMlrvWaW.rr,M:rr l1L.3JttttM5M M H Mn ut, M ,grim mtl uwtzw, ltr!-gymrkfmrs SSE! . gg- KY? , ll' " IH - ', ,.ss-Hlgrlyei ec Hi. ., ll ttllll 1. " i3'n"n" lleefimir 5.2 tl' I ll til' " tl' nl 'I IH QREW 2212... H wwf' Q ll' I Y esftl5C"friii'11iWw "' ll ...wi st , as wi H' 'Nl ,lic Wiiserrrs ffssssfiii? - fl . rags I Wives. it I - ,tw s,,r,.,,r,:, utr, ,gg-5-,-merger. sg 52,5 ' ' ' I I it 2 as W fwfr s x . .film-:,, W it v Q. tr,,.,Z,,.,:5',Q 1, r . T , ,s I ' as efrllfgfy . -I . F I- - g 1 in if I ' -. - Q' KX-'Q ., v, 2 I M . x I ,.' ,. . 7 M Q 7 .E , Ta- Q 7 7412.78 Q c Q., I., a is 5 x - - ' -, -- ' . , I -" -,.-. ,, , - , . . . -I Y , , - , , f B., ' Je ."'- I 1 -Ee' sw ' I . " A ' ' I A53-5572?-E155-.Sc yr 55,517-35.391, it 1.2.4. 1958 JV FOOTBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: T. Williams, B. Graham, B. Bohan, C. Jurkovac, A. Velette, E. Harmon, T. Beck, A. Janetzke, C. Eade, D. Crabtree, G. Poulos. SECOND ROW: Coach P. Everett, A. Kaltofen, A. Taylor, D. Spielman, H. Gregory, M. Curtright, A. Usatuck, B. Ellis, R. Russell, J. Sanders, J. Otis, D. Wenc, Coach J. Pheanis. THIRD ROW: F. Heiss, L. Kibbons, T. Grove, B. Klaeger, P. Borchardt, D. Jensen, R. Metzcus, J. Slowinski, J. Wagman, D. Nicoll, S. Dambrauskas. JR.-VARSITY FOOTBALL RESULTS NIU OPP. 6 Western Illinois 14 53 Joliet Jr. College 6 8 Wheaton College 18 20 Illinois Normal 26 Coaches Peter Everett and Jock Pheanis plan strategy for a future iunior varsity contest. Northern's Junior Varsity Football team opened the season with a thrilling 14-6 loss to Western Illinois. With only one week of practice, the Pups still tackled and blocked with mid-season skill. Quarterback Tom Beck and Stan Dambrauskas collaborated on a 75-yard pass play for Nl's only score early in the first quarter. West- ern roared back with a first-period touchdown and again scored late in the last period after intercepting a pass. Behind a superb defense and sharp offensive block- ing, Northern ran rough-shod 53-6 over Joliet Junior College. The visiting Wolves received the kick-oft and marched for their only score. From then on Joliet was always in trouble and was forced to punt seven times during the remainder of the game. NI's Ted Williams scored on runs of 42 and 51 yards in the first period and the hosts scored eight more markers in the second quarter on a safety and Bill Graham's short plunge. Early in the second half Graham scored again, and quarterback Beck passed 38 yards to Dambrauskas for another score. George Wuicik and Jim Otis scored for the Pups in the last quarter. Wheaton's Bombers dealt loss number two to the Pups by scoring 12 points in the first half and six more in the third period. Graham ran 80 yards for Northern's only touchdown in the fourth stanza. NIU scored 20 points in vain as Illinois Normal's Bird- ies tallied 26 markers. Graham, Beck, and Williams scored Northern touchdowns. The Pups, under the direction of Coaches Jack Pheanis and Peter Everett, compiled one win and three losses. Williams and Graham led the team with three touch- downs each while Darnbrauskas scored twice. 175 39 ,Q il is Ii N. Teammates Dick Townsend and Dave Stern discuss NI's chances for coming meets. MP5 IN 0. 5. Coach Carl AppeII's amazing cross-country team won the National Collegiate Athletic Association lNCAAi College Division cross-country team championship last fall. It was the first national crown won by a Northern team. The Harriers also won the thirty-first Illinois Inter- collegiate Cross-Country Association Meet IIICCAD and placed fourth in the Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference IIIACI. During the season, the team won seven and lost four in dual-meet competition. It was the second year in a row that the runners won the IICCA championship. The Appellmen lost their first meet of the season to Wheaton College 26-30. Thus ended a string of I4 straight wins in dual-meet competition. Next Wright Junior College fell to the NI runners, Loyola University lost I9-40, and Eastern Illinois lost 25-30 with Dave Stern capturing three first places. The University of Chicago was on the losing end of a I5-47 score, and then the Huskies lost to Wheaton and Illinois State Normal. Stern and Townsend finished first and second in the Normal meet and third and fourth in the Wheaton con- test. Stern, Townsend, Knabe, Dykstra, and Ott finished in this order for both the De Paul and University of Wisconsin lMiIwaukeei meets. Northern won revenge in the IICCA meet as Wheaton was a distant second and Western Illinois third. Stern paced the Huskies with a fourth-place Hnish and Town- send placed eighth. The end of a one-year reign quickly ended as NIU lost the IIAC title and finished a distant fourth behind win- ner Central Michigan. Stern was the only NI winner to place in the top I5 with fourth place. I76 .J qs 9 C it 15 X! I 958 CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM FIRST ROW: R. Ott, D. Townsend, Captain C. Dykstra, D. Stern, G. Strawbridge. SECOND ROW: P. Luckett, R. Wheatland, Coach C. Appell, G. Knabe, D. Klcepfer. Captain Chuck Dykstra and Coach Carl Appell look over the harriers' season's sched- ule. CROSS-COUNTRY RESULTS NIU OPP. 30 Wheaton College 26 I8 Wright Jr. College 37 I9 Loyola University 40 25 Eastern Illinois 30 I5 University of Chicago 47 27 University of Illinois lNavy Pierl 28 35 Wheaton College 22 28 Illinois Normal 27 28 Western Illinois University 27 I5 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 48 I5 De Paul University 40 IICCA-First IIAC-Fourth NCAA-First Again balance paved the way to victory as NIU nipped South Dakota State 93-90 for the NCAA title. Harrier runners were bunched from thirteen through thirty-second. ' 40--A 5 .A Q, 1 I .4 Wl?lfEf Sports H0 Klf BASKETBAZZ Led by the eFforts of two Larrys, Wyllie and Gentry, NlU's 1958-59 basketball team recorded its best season in five years. The squad won 11 and lost 11, but won only four of 12 IIAC games for sixth place in the con- ference. Wyllie, Nl's senior guard, pumped 408 points through the hoops for a team-leading average of 18.5 while counterpart Gentry scored 405 markers for an 18.4 game average. In 44 games, over a two-year span, Wyllie scored 978 points for a career average of 22.2 points per game. Gentry, Nl's talented forward, has amassed 959 points and 759 rebounds in 64 games for averages of 15 points and 11.9 rebounds per contest. Both players were selected on the all-conference second team. An- other award received by Gentry was being named Northern's most valuable player for the second year in a row. Coach William Healey's Huskies won 'Four ball games in a row and five of their first six, but during Christmas vacation they dropped five of six contests. The Huskies entered the Tall Corn Tourney during the holidays and placed third after losing to Wartburg and then smashing Gustavus Adolphus 94-79 with Wyllie scoring 15 field goals, a new tournament record. Gentry and Wyllie were named to the tournament team and, in addition, Gentry and Wartburg's John Tuecke were named outstanding players of the tournament. A iinx dating back to 1954 was finally broken during the semester break as Nl smacked Beloit's Buccaneers 86-73 behind a balanced scoring attack. During a home stand the roundballers lost three Northern's two Larrys, Gentry and Wyllie. games by a combined total of six points. Central Mich- igan nipped the Huskies 60-58 and Illinois Normal rallied to edge the Healeymen 67-65. However an- other two-point loss was still to come as SIU shocked Nl hometown fans with a last second 80-78 win. Northern's 79-63 victory over Western Illinois, after a 108-72 licking the week before by the same team, highlighted the team's last home game. Wyllie, making his last home appearance, scored 30, and Capers totaled 17. Gentry grabbed 17 rebounds and tallied 13 points. 1958-59 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM FlRST ROW: G. Pritchert, D. Carr, B. Boyd, G. Evans, J. Capers, Capt. L. Wyllie, L. Flinn. SECOND ROW: Coach W. Healey, L. Gentry, W. Johnson, R. May, A. Booker, C. Ruder, Mgr. P. McConnell. tAbsent, R. Kauppinent Many times pictures portray an exciting story better than copy does. Here cheerleader Carolyn Olson tells the story of the Northern Illinois University-Illinois State Normal University game, one of the most exciting seen at the Northern Field House during the past season. The game ended in defeat for the Huskies when the Red- bird's Dave Schertz hit a basket as the buzzer sounded ending the contest. The Huskie fans and cheerleaders writhed in agony as the NIU five fell 67-65 after holding a 39-34 half- time lead. l958-59 VARSITY BASKETBALL RESULTS NIU OPP. 68 Wabash College 61 79 Augustana College 58 98 Winona State College lMinn.l 82 66 'Eastern Michigan College 57 6l 'Central Michigan College 70 90 New Mexico Highlands University 72 74 'Eastern Illinois University 83 TALL CORN TOURNAMENT 63 Wartburg College 71 94 Gustavus Adolphus College 79 Third Place 62 Wheaton College 82 63 Wheaton College 72 58 'Central Michigan College 60 93 'Eastern Michigan College 72 86 Beloit College 73 65 'Illinois State Normal University 67 78 'Southern Illinois University 80 82 Whitewater State Teachers College IWis.l 58 72 'Illinois State Normal University IOO 82 'Western Illinois University IO8 79 'Western Illinois University 63 88 'Eastern Illinois University 60 74 'Southern Illinois University 93 ' Denotes IIAC Games 7EN5'l0N MO0N75'! A happy cheerleader, Carolyn Olson, iumps for ioy as NIU races to an early lead. Carolyn Olson pauses and thinks about NI's chances. il'--I ,N I. " ' vi H ,-frills.- Us ,Qsi5,gggeg5f:,t,g5? mt- A5 Tie score, a hopeful prayer for the Cardinal and Black. 1. V. aww 'f. U f 1 7 1-Mdkjik 1 . b 3 111111111 1 1 5 Niffx 'Wk 1 wx 1-me N 3 Wh m ill! 111 HWS W' 4- E N i nm l 41 11. 111111 1 121 1. Q1 1 TL 'V :fflih E PL' W 1 C, fm' 1'1'1 1 - e 11-1 1 ix Y ,Q - Q ,xi A 1 n, ' 1' rg". V - I KV R , A 1 . , 1 v 'L 1 H11 X- -fur. 5 111 ,.,, an 11 V 1 ,1 -,.W"f' T' 1 4' 1 1.150105 N' '. 1 U I 'V Il 4 Y'1 1 ' 5 ' . 1 .X A ? , . ffm? F' ,, fl , F u. . 1- ' ,f E- i M lirv N . W4 . ff' PM K 1 , -. .A ,Y wr ' ' F '11 "un L: 1 1 5.1 1 . X "1 ' . Q' gs ss' Y N ,ji lil , , 1.1 42,-'-e"' -.. 55. 13 Q Ji Y , 1' '!. ,I .- Y I J 4 A NWQP I- If 'F A , . fl, E.. " M, , if H .,'. 'sf ff ' Xfifgifwf ' 1 s 5,4 R 'gr 'N x Y' 0 . ., . Q.: 4 M ., FH .7' 'N Y-fin. , ,gf V - .Q 17",-1-7 ,Q X M I1 3 ..S 'WZ , . Y. if A K nun ' 4 Ig .WV . I It ff, s w I X, Y! M53 W iw Q 9 In W' L ffl 1 I u'.-"' : 4. X, X1 . A ' 1958-59 JV BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: K. Spears, G. Wilson, D. Osland, D. Carr, S. Block. SECOND ROW: Coach J. Pheanis, J. Anderson, J. Root, D. Bartell, W. Johnson, R. Schafer, L. Lemont. J V B!l5'Kf7Bv4ll, 1958-59 JV BASKETBALL RESULTS NIU 58 Genoa Legion 60 Maple Park Legion 61 Beloit College 75 Illinois Normal 62 Maple Park Legion 82 lllinois Normal 84 Maple Park Legion Del Carr moves toward the bucket while Wendell Johnson comes up for a possible rebound. oPP. 35 59 62 74 70 103 86 K SEL' 70:47 RIM High scoring and close games marked the 1958-59 basketball season for Coach Jack Pheanis' junior varsity Pups. The roundballers won three and lost four. Three of the four losses were by a combined total of four points. The Genoa Bombers were mauled by the iunior 'Husk- ies 58-35, after trailing by only two points, 24-22, at the half. Win number two was added to the record as Northern edged the Maple Park Legion 60-59 after leading 28-24 at the end of the first period. Beloit College ended the Pups' winning streak by nip- ping them 62-61 in a overtime contest. The Nl five trailed 26-19 at the half but came roaring back to tie the score at 57-57 at the end of regulation time. How- ever, in the three-minute overtime period, the Beloit squad outscored the Northern five to four. Dick Bartelt paced the Pups' attack with 15 points while Del Carr added 13 tallies. lllinois State Normal's Birdies next fell before the Pups. Normal, undefeated at the time, led 46-41 at halftime but lost 75-74 as the Nl squad outscored ISNU 34-28 in the second half. Maple Park regained revenge for an earlier season's defeat by stopping NIU 70-62 after a 30-30 halftime score. Normal's Birdies also gained sweet revenge as they routed Northern 103-82. The season ended with the third successive loss, fourth of the season, and Maple Park's second victory over NIU. The Legion team won the 86-84 contest with a last second shot. 183 I958e59 WRESTLING TEAM FIRST ROW: C. Caldarelli, D. Tessler, B. Kontos, B. Evans, L. Groch. SECOND ROW: Coach R. Brigham, R. Guzak, Capt. B. Young, R. Conrad, C. Hudson, F. Truimph, Mgr. J. Swallow. fMissing, T. Seemani W0 013.4 714 Ending a highly successful season, Northern Illinois University's I958-59 wrestling team placed fourth in the second annual National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics lNAIAl tourna- ment held in the Northern Field House. The grapplers also placed sixteenth in the National Collegiate Athletic Association meet INCAAl held at Iowa City. Nl's Huskies ran up a streak of nine straight dual-meet victories during the year and ended the dual-meet season with a record of II wins and 3 losses. The team also placed second in the Wheaton tournament and in the Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Confer- ence IIIACI. Coach Bob Brigham's Huskies finished second in the Wheaton tournament by scoring 82 points behind winner Southern Illinois. Dale Tessler and Roy Conrad won individual titles, while Leo Grach, Ray Guzak, and John Bell took seconds. Alonzo Bell, Cliff Hudson, and Tom Seeman won thirds, while Ray Mueller placed fourth. I In the IIAC tourney Northern's Tessler and Conrad again won firsts. Second place medals were won by Guzak, Bill Kontos, Grach, and Seeman. Norm Mack and Bill Young added thirds. Again Northern's 79 points were second to SlU's total. Fourth place was captured in the NAIA even though NI lacked a first-place winner. Conrad lost his first match of the season in the final round of the I77-pound class and finished second. Conrad, Nl's only entry in the NCAA, lost in the quartertinal match but not before garnering eight points for Northern. 184 5-DOWN Roy Conrad .1 E Rf K A ' 31 RH , K xl YR 9. I Q 9 i 51 'V' I, 5? 3'-5, wiv 41, 4.33 5, . - g.. gxffh w . . ,ug X . , 1 V, at E 0 ,fa 3 ' - 94 .. 2 I Q5 - E . 1 f- ' ,: T X 'x 'l fa Qi' 2 1 K R f +31 fl .fif- V I Yfjik W ' 'flu 1 1 ' Y! 3 N5 nl X ,N X f ,J 4 I 51 I 1 K' 'P m M K .581 ,4 wh K if Q 4 Cliff Hudson Ray Guzak leo Grach Dale Tessler Ray Guzak seems to be grappling with a headless opponent. Roy Conrad, with his opponent in pinning position, tries to end the bout. I 958-59 Wrestling Results Central Michigan College Wheaton College Western Illinois University Kansas State College Omaha University Illinois State Normal University Iowa State College Northwestern University Ohio State University Lockhaven State College lPa.l Lycoming College lPa.l Waynesburg College lPa.i Wheaton Tournament-Second Southern Illinois University IIAC Tournament-Second Iowa State Teachers College NAIA Tournament-Fourth NCAA Tournament-Sixteenth , l -:,1i,.fiL . . ..... ,..... v --:T , we H' ,Wi I ml' :midi Captain Bill Young Wayne Selvig Don Carter f Larry Tanner ' i958-59 GYMNASTICS TEAM T. Alexander, A. Rush, D. Coda, L. Tanner, D. Carter, B. Hawk, W. Selvig, Couch R. McAdam. llffif AND 100 E At the end of the i958-59 gymnastics season, the team elected Wayne Selvig as the team's most valuable player, and Selvig and Larry Tanner were elected honorary co-captains. Coach Robert McAdam's tum- bling Huskies scored 44Vz Points and placed fifth in the llAC conference meet. Don Carter captured the first individual gymnastics medal for NIU in conference competition. Later, Bob Hawk garnered the team's only first place as he won the low horse vault competition. Hawk scored 908 points in six events to finish eighth among individual competitors. The Huskies entered the Chicago Midwest Invitational but failed to place among the top teams. In a dual meet Central Michigan tumbled and rolled to a 64-44 victory over the visiting Huskies. Tanner won Nl's only first place in free exercise, while Selvig earned I7 points with three thirds and two seconds. After leading most of the way, Nl faltered and succumbed to a 56-56 tie with the University of Chi- cago. Western lllinois vanquished the Huskies 68M- 43 V2 in a dual meet, Nl, traveling to Normal for a double dual meet, beat Eastern 72-40 and dropped their contest 62-50 to lllinois Normal. For the year, Northern's tumblers recorded one win, one tie, and three losses. 187 FACULTY ALL-STARS FIRST ROW: J. Noah, H. Fletcher, R. Guest, W. Ogilvie, A. Singer, R. Krupke. SECOND ROW: Coach J. Bower, R. Fritz, W. Farley, H. O'Connor, R. Ottoson, M. Reinemann, Coach F. Rolf. Lew Bertsos, intramural handball champion. I-M WRESTLING CHAMPIONS FIRST ROW: C. Caldarelli, A. Bell, J. Yost, B. Dressler. SECOND ROW: W. Nykaza, B. Seamans, A. Kaltofen, R. Silverstein. 188 A spike caught by the cameraman dur- ing a quick-moving I-M volleyball game. I-M 5' 0R75 The men's intramural program was high- lighted this past year by the work of Ralph Krupke and Jack Pheanis, members of the physical education staff. Football opened the l-M program with the Cutters winning the dormitory champion- ship. Tau Kappa Epsilon won the fraternity crown, while the Flunkies captured the inde- pendent top spot. ln a benefit double- header sponsored by the Northern Star, the TKES tied the Flunkies l3-l3, and in the "Little Brown Jug" contest, the TKE pledges edged the Phi Sigma Epsilon class. The TKEs, on their way to making sham- bles of the l-M program, also captured the team wrestling trophy with 32 points, while the Phi Sig grapplers placed second. Don Kosloff and Lew Bertsos won the table tennis and handball individual cham- pionships. ln the second benefit game spon- sored by the Northern Star, the TKE basket- ball squad beat the Billies 72-55 for the top spot on campus. Tony Durante paced the fraternity champs with 24 points, and Bob Stolki with 22 markers led the inde- pendents' top team. ln a laugh-filled game, the Faculty All-Stars nipped the Fraternity All-Stars 29-26. William Farley paced the ex-collegians with 12 points, while Pi Kappa Phi's Roger Musser added lO for the losers. Sprfhg Sporfs 1957 58 TRACK TEAM CENTER ROW D Townsend C Dykstra R Turner S Ovelman K Urban, K. Miller, R. Barrow, G. Crawford, B. Bradley, J. Hall. BACK ROW C Appell coach D Kerner L Flinn D Gaspannl T Johnson, A. Foster, E. Sanderson, G. Ohls, R. Hill, B. Neuman. 0N YOUR MARK ! 657 .STN 60! Northern's track team ended the season by garnering third place in the llAC. .lay Broderick placed first in the discus with a throw of 140 feet 11 inches, and Al Foster leaped 6 feet 2M inches for the top mark in the high iump. Bill Eudeikis was the third best iavelin thrower while Louie Flinn gained second in the pole vault. ln the 120 yard high hurdles, Nl's Dick Kloepfer claimed second place, while Gary Anderson and Bob Bradley placed third and fourth in the broad iump. Fourth and fifth positions were won by Dick Gasparini and Dick Townsend in the 880 yard run. The thinclads won three of four indoor meets and placed third and fifth in the Chicago AAU Meet and North Central College Relays respectively. During the outdoor season the Huskies won four of five dual meets while finishing third and fourth in the Beloit College Relays and Elmhurst Invitational Meet respectively. The team smacked Illinois Normal 78 2,5 to 52113 behind Flinn's new pole vault record. Flying Flinn set the mark with a iump of 13 feet 8M inches. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee next fell before the Huskie crew, and Eastern Illinois dropped a close con- test. Eudeikis won the iavelin throw to assure a Northern win. The Appellmen then fell before a powerful Bradley Uni- versity squad. Foster won the high iump with a leap of 6 feet 33A inches. NIU swept the two mile run and placed one-two in the 880 and mile runs. .Icy Broderick, 1958 IIAC discus champ, shows his winning form. The 1958 IIAC champion iumper, Al Foster, leaps over the high bar. """' tr may-'wee-2 w Q I Up and averl Louie Flinn, NIU record holder, soars over thirteen feet. Bill Eudeikls prepares ta loft the javelin for the Cardinal and Black. Gary Knobe, Roger Hill, and Chuck Dykstra place one, two, three for the Huskies. ,v-..- 1 I w "-nag f 4 A I ,i 1 ' if X 3 1 , Q- .. - " ' 5 Q' ,.' I C U . lv--F.. Auf f as- r ' I , 3 ' , A . , , ' x fs ' 1 ..,,Q'7 , , x, 'r , , . . ii 1: y..' , , A ,,. W ' ' ' .,. . 'r-f ,.:T' man "'iT E-1.1?5'-5 'iv' ig E 1 g .fd - Lg w -r, 4' , , , X -4tff',L3. 'ig .. - . D'l QQ 1: 'nf' is JY ' 4 1 ...fs f""-filhgx A 'N- W' I 1 3 I EQ v. 7 ,ia Y' , Wi' ", 1' if ,u -ff N'-v 'Y -5,4 .7 FN 1 23. Ax 'T ,. Q' a mx " X. -- 'K , 'X -, -f' 1.7 -I is-tri? ., -- . S - . .zz V 353. - V , . W . 1 'HI' ,QL ., .2":--4 ,Q QQ., , 155-f I , yum... 1' ' W ifs .,,-.uan- .3-' f 1 13 at nil! .A 1 .' . I 1""?'3?"if'41 'f"'131.g ' -:Q A '- 1. ' .:- f-u- -.E-..- I-,,,,...-sv' ,.i.....i---. 41.--., ' 3-7--W 1. Q. Chuck Kittleson blasts ot? the tee showing I 0 tl his driving form. Second place in the IIAC conference meet was won by NlU's golfers last spring. The linksmen were eight strokes behind champion Western Illinois. This was the fifth time in nine years that a Northern squad has won second place. Don Wegryzn tied for co-medalist honors with a par 140 for the two day meet. Mike Spinello, 1957 IIAC medalist, toured the 36 holes in 146 for eighth place. Chuck Kittleson placed second in the meet with a one over par total of 141. Coach Jack Pheanis' squad started slowly, but picked up speed as the season progressed, and finished the season with six wins-seven losses in dual meets. The golfers lost all the matches on their spring tour A t s ssr, -T to Florida schools, but defeated the University of Chi- cago upon their return to Illinois. Bradley University lost two matches to the Huskies. Western Illinois swamped the linksmen, but the Northern team played the Leathernecks to a pair of draws late in the season. Illinois Normal also dropped a pair of meets to the NIU golfers. The squad closed out the season with a 12-6 decision over Beloit College. Spinello paced the squad during the season with 73.9 strokes per 18 holes, while Kittleson was second with an average of 75.3. The Huskies had team balance throughout the season, as final averages ranged from 73.9 to 80.5 strokes. Aw P 1957-58 GOLF TEAM Spinello, W. Rolfs. 193 .l. Witkowski, D. Wegrzyn, C. Kit- tleson, F. Knulel, B. Johnson, M. Rich Demith, a Northern bunter, attempts a sacrifice in hopes of advanc- ing a baserunner. The diamondmen compiled an 8-18-1 mark, in- cluding the spring tour last spring. Highlights of the campaign were honors won by Larry Gentry and Ray Youngdahl. Gentry was named Most Valuable Player, besides winning a berth on the llAC first team. Team- mate Youngdahl also retained his position on the con- ference team for the second straight year. Gentry won four and lost five with 71 strikeouts in 69 innings during the season. The tall righthander wound up IlAC play with a 4-2 record and an earned run average of 3.83. Youngdahl hit .303 while pac- ing the team in hits 1201 and runs batted in l10l. Bob Middleton clubbed llAC hurlers for a batting mark of .413 while Gilclo Coldebella led in slugging percentage with a mark of .576. The Huskies opened the season with two wins, two losses, and one tie during the spring tour. The Uni- versity of Illinois swept a double header from NIU, but the diamondmen edged Wheaton in their next outing. Catcher Jim Caldwell's two out single in the ninth inning drove in the last two runs to capture the contest. Conference play brought headaches to Coach Darrell Black, as Gentry was the only pitcher who could constantly win. The hard-throwing right- hander won four games in a row over conference foes. LHS' GET 0445 RUN ! 1958 BASEBALL TEAM SEATED: J. Adams, T. Laffey, D. Betke, R. Youngdahl, R. Demith, L. Gentry, G. Coldebella, J. Kreeger, M. Peterson, D. Molitor. STANDING: D. Black, coach, E. Wolf, mgr.g B. Boyd, M. Denemark, J. Caldwell, R. Williamson, J. Flowers, B. Seamons, .l. Christopher, B. Middleton, R. Moreland, L. Dangerfield. ku Q- 1. Q.. tt5,""f'1 , lm sill ns., W' , 1 J' v. 1. 194 BQ 5 1115133 ', L 1 1 i i. 1-' 4' -:-Quill! will 1 '- 7' ' , J ' - fa . X - - Mi '. 11 we 11111 -f -, 1 ,11-. ' 1 1371" ll'--9233" ' -:l i113 - 1 W 111 111: 221 l 3 375' W' .'7:!li" 1lh,'1fiEr1iV Y, 1 . ll! thu' 'V -I' fl f 'H 'IEQRWS 1 W 1 ' 1 1 T1 "lil fs , Y: a Pr Q? ,' t' - First baseman, Rich Demith, makes an easy putout on an opponent. Larry Gentry, Most Valuable Player and All-Conference selection. l 958 BASEBALL RESULTS NIU OPP. 3 Southwestern Louisiana 5 I4 Southwestern Louisiana 3 5 Louisiana State University 3 5 Southeastern Louisiana 5 6 Mississippi State l4 2-4 University of lllinois 8-13 tdoubleheaderl 7 Wheaton College 5-5 'Eastern lllinois University - lthree-game seriesj l-9-5 'Illinois State Normal University l7-6-6 5 Wheaton College 8 7-4-4 'Western Illinois University 9-3-12 l-4-18-I8 'Central Michigan College 5-l5-10 lO-3-3 'Eastern Michigan College 9-l l-2 7 Bradley University 22 4-l-2 'Southern Illinois University 5-2-3 ' Denotes llAC Games Pitcher Larry Dangertield snaps off a curve ball. 'Q 1 1 1:12-sfssfsslfssl 1 1 1 115151111 Wggzigizgzz, Y v 3 1. 1-my strep'-e-1. '1 1 ' mei? 11111 Ale 'iaifffssls 111 1 11 1 11 111 11 Skis My be see- we W 11W 1s,,1s , -seg? HWS 11 L1 L , , if 11- E .. ' e S- Mm f xx M : , A ' 15272. ,AWK 195 ,lwwlll.lUl, M ll.. ll ll W llfillw l H 'lil 'I wvlllll ll l w ?lllfllll llrll ani, llL,.E,il.L,.. ..lUem l.W ll ' mg, ,gr l w lf W llll lWl'l' um lll ll l I ' M : 'ii E6 Em , l- mmigilllllblllQ'll l'lllllfWllgLl l V Illllllm Q Anolher bose hi! for Coach Darrell Black's Huskies! we H gal.. N ll my ll SEQ w awullggij Jim Kreeger follows lhrough cfler banging out o base hit. I Glldo Coldebellu worms up as he uwuils his turn at boi. 196 ,,, -533 ilu .gggf-,,,tl-,,j',t,'.,, f M ,- 'HS , em.-,z str I 1957-58 TENNIS TEAM KNEELING: R. Buchanan, J. Cox, A. Bernardi, P. Huizenga. STANDING: C. Mest, L. Bertscs, R. McAdam, coach, R. Presig, R. Jakes. 6'f4Mf, fl AND MATCH Paced by the efforts of Captain Rich Buchanan, Northern's racketmen ended competition with a five- six record. The squad also placed sixth in the IIAC. Northern's doubles team of Dick Bernardi and Ron Pressig garnered the lone Nl victory during the con- ference meet. Buchanan won IO of ll matches dur- ing the season in dual meets and won two of three contests in a quadrangular meet. The netters lost three matches to Bradley Univer- sity early in the season but later won sweet revenge with a 5-4 victory. Coach Robert McAdam's charges whitewashed Illinois Tech for the first win of the season as they found little opposition. The meet was highlighted by the doubles match between NI's Buchanan and Carm Mest, who beat Tech's top men 6-8, 7-5, and 6-4. The Northern team dropped the first set and faced match point twice in the second set, only to bounce back to win. Two straight wins were then rung up over Illinois Wesleyan and North Central College. Beloit College and Augustana College then dealt a pair of losses to the Nl squad, but a 6-3 win over the University of Illinois-Chicago ended the team's season. Captain Richard Buchanan easily returns an opponent's shot. Paul Huizenga slams back a cross body shot. A Huskie netman shows his serving form to an opponent. 197 DEPARTMENTS v 1. .V if w u .ff--I ' Y 1 3 H ag H1 ,,..-f- fm L W , E , .:' xy . , , ff 4 r Us . 1 . 'lZ'5Qzi"i , ., 1 -'f1"2i'1"ZiiI?2'?f' f"'N 'W if .... H ' gfgfrqg, .4.,,,gs, - 41' N. 'fx '- -ig,-.-5.--4 ,"' V -f , - .. m "' W HM . L 2.5 ff" '- -ffl' J .lg .753 212 A-2' 1- W Fri V.-:'.' S 1: ' id' " ' ' , - , mf ,, l . .A I. N , 1 :QW In rm '5H,E1g,i,5' ,f If J, 46 V f gi fi ' , ' Arn , I I , In I I - . f ' "B-JJqKh A Af ' . A ,i x v 'Wil m .3 " 1 --' ' K' .- , -XR'-J t , , IQ .ff X y' -av - .. ,, 'L' " ml ,, V r 4, I-151 1 ,, Y, 5-17' . 'N W 2- A 5 A Ji' "fr - Wbxtff-,iw-kvz, pf 1357! 1 'Q . , 4, ., ' V-' gg- r.- ., ,U -" vp . 'F .1 3 n I l P , x "' 7-V if ,K ,. Lf S ' , j av-C f if: in ' " , li K. X 5 ii' TEE' ' ' - - - fi 1 f-ex K f ' ,fin U, ' , - V ' If. V 1 H - K , N fF'f n . .H ' .. .' V ' X .1 1 s ' .jigf 'K "ff W' ' N' ' H... -'71 ,, - Y ,C . 'WW l " S V EY, -ie:-f Q . . N ' bww., . .41 , A 13, ii: ,N ,R . R-x- xv - arf- 'Y' ,' .wg-' - , Q: ' Q 422 3 '., . . M51 . . Q 4 5 QW A543 . ri -1, . V. ,gf -ffzfiyla, ' ' -- i, ' -: , W 1: ', ,-PE, 'w :gap " . "W i 1.Li'rel' . A , Q11 Mi..-5, '1 The lechniques of drawing from human figures are studied in Drawing from Life II ART DEPARTMENT SEATED: C. Jordan, J. Carey, G. Strawn, W. Hill R. Day. BACK ROW: J. Storey, R. Burke, W. Hoendel, C. Canon. 200 Q 'E KAPPA PI E. Patrizi, D. Larson, E. Falk. FINE ARTS GUILD SEATED: E. Folk, E. Patrizi, pres., W. Baumgartner, trees., B. Koerner, J. Storey, advisor. BACK ROW: M. Brouwer, A. Hahn, M. Hilliard, K. Bristol, B. Johnson, P. Johnson, N. Wetterberg, K. Osman. Originality, creativity, imagination, and interest are the bywords of all art majors and minors. The Fine Arts Guild and the Art Department provide an outlet for anyone interested in art by sponsoring lectures and exhibits in the Merritt Art Gallery. At these exhibits the works of professional, faculty, and student artists are displayed. The illustrations for Towers, a student publication, are created by the Art Guild. Even though the maior purpose of the Guild is enriching art appreciation, the social side is not neglected. A hay ride and song fest were held in October. The most remembered social event of the year was the second annual Beaux Arts Ball, which took place in April. Attaining membership in Kappa Pi, National honorary art fraternity, is a goal of all iunior and senior art maiors. Kappa Pi encourages scholarship, but is primarily interested in stimulating an interest in fine arts for the present, as well as for a future profession. l 201 Studying human bone siruciure is more meaningful when a skeleton is available B 0l06'lG4l .YC'lfN E SEATED: G. Terwilliger, T. Janeway, J. Bennett, H. Feyerherm, R. Bullington, L. Hirsch. BACK ROW: C. Rohde, J. Grosklags, K. Clayton, M. Fenwick, K. Harmel. 20 The Biological Science Department offers a student interested in zoology, botany and health a variety of specific courses related to these areas. Heredity and evolution, embryology, human anat- omy, bacteriology, and ornithology are iust a few examples. Beta Alpha Zeta, the biological science club, furthers knowledge of the field by sponsoring lectures, field trips, and films. ln addition to professional people speak- ing to the group, a student who has been doing research in a specific area is given an opportunity to present his findings to a mutually interested group of faculty and students. Each year Beta Alpha Zeta sponsors informal coffee hours for the biology department and participates in the AWS Activities Carnival. What do mosses look like under a microscope? Perhaps this student could tell us. BETA ALPHA ZETA SEATED: W. Waller, L. Mershimer, B. Welker, A. Silanskis. BACK ROW: D. Phelps, J. Bennett, J. Bort, M. Kuehl, D. Oemick B Peart PI OMEGA PI SEATED: M. Hariwick, C. Boese, S. Botkin, D. Polleii. CENTER ROW: J. Nelson, advisor, D. Lever, K. George, S. Backe, J. Adamek, pres BACK ROW: D. Scott, A. Sheehan, J. Nord, D. Boender. ACCOUNT ING CLUB SEATED: D. Rothermel, E. Watt, W. Steinhagen, B. Barasch, M. Ruutelmann, D. Yordy, N. Baker, W. Roos. CENTER ROW: H. Yankow, F. Sanford, R. Bingham, D. Anderson, R. Fuhler, R. Ern, R. Sweeney. BACK ROW: D. Feist, M. Pierog, D. Ciezadlo, T. Mead, F. Didden, C. Markham, R. Buckner, L. McRoy. 204 l l l w 1 p5 't McMurry Hall, new home of Northern's business department. B0 lNf5'5' Welcome to McMurry Hall, Business Department! During New Students Week this fall, the business de- partment finally completed its move to a building of its own. The business education honorary, Pi Omega Pi, strives to promote interest and encourage better standards in business education. Each semester a coffee hour is planned so that returning student teachers will have an opportunity to discuss their experiences with the other members. ln December the group presented a model initiation for all the official delegates at the national convention in Chicago. The general purpose of the Accounting Club is to further the study of accounting and to promote its ad- vancement. The activities of the club include having speakers once a month from every field of accounting. Subiects of this year's talks included: the art of de- livering a business speech, public accounting, Internal Revenue, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and cost accounting. Delta Beta Epsilon, a club which is open to all maiors or minors in business, holds two meetings a month. The first is solely for business purposes and the second con- sists of a program relative to some aspect of the busi- ness world. This fall the members of Delta Beta Epsilon held a Christmas dinner, which they plan to make an annual affair. They also played host to 200 Future Business Leaders of America during their convention here at Northern. An annual picnic was held in the spring. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT SEATED: C. File, J. Dwyer, W. Maedke, H. Yankow, J. Nelson, G. Olive, J. Eaton. BACK ROW: F. Poor, L. Passmore, G. Nay, W. Hendrickson, J. McClure, D. Arnold, F. Crank, E. Casebier, K. llift, E. Barbour, M. Hillestad. 205 06 DELTA BETA EPSILON FIRST ROW: M. Wilson, l. Hogber, A. Slobodzraw, M. Hartwick, M. Prazak, G. Rateike, J. Iversen, C. Chiappori, L. Gerber. CENTER ROW: K. Eickman, F. Morrasy, T. Shoued, P. McConnell, E. Reagan, R. Rathbun, D. Swanberg, R. Hayes, D. Drew, G. Nahas. BACK ROW: W. Cody, N. Trinko, C. Markham, R. Opell, F. Didden, J. McGann, J. Adamek, J. Nord, B. Vreuls. B0 IN 55 DELTA BETA EPSILON FIRST ROW: R. Werta, S. Anderson, W. Stilling, J Murbach, W. Younghusband, R. Betz, M. Miller, K Piazza, J. Clark, N. Baker, CENTER ROW: D. Fitzgerald, C. McKee, E. Laurit- zen, H. Meekma, J. Conklin, R. Stefani, A. Collins R. Pareira, B. Bacall, J. Pollard, D. Rothermel. BACK ROW: R. Riedesel, W. Keil, J. Eaton, advisor R. Schneider, D. Lever, R. Fox, R. Schlak, J. Kotaska N. Olson, L. Larson. FIRST ROW: D. Proudfoot, B. Beeson, K. Urban, F. Lynch, N. Pollock, W. Calloway, E. Joeseph, J. Gru- ben, A. Lucchese, R. Southwood. CENTER ROW: R. Marsh, W. Jourdan, W. Stein- hagen, J. McComb, J. Manioan, R. Keller, L. Hiller, S. Price, D. Kumin, J. Mix, L. Pearlman. BACK ROW: D. Griffin, D. Feist, M. Pierog, F. San- for, D. Anderson, R. Fuhler, H. Meyers, K. Larson R. Diebold, R. Grund. FIRST ROW: M. Vander Zanden, E. Watt, P Schmidt, B. Phillips, L. Long, L. Birsen, R. Tardi, D Pollett, H. Christensen, J. Moore. CENTER ROW: N. Hoffman, J. Truchan, F. Pietsch M. Gilla, A. Sheehan, P. Burns, M. Anderson, R Reidel, H. Born, T. Mead, J. Ashby. BACK ROW: L. Schmidt, U. Johnson, J. Boris, R Buckner, K. Schaefer, A. Anderson, C. Wilson, E. Koch, R. McGinnis, G. Hansen. As one walks through the business department, he can hear the sound of many machines which are in use. 207 EARTH SCIENCE DEPARTMENT SEATED: L. Coldwell, B. Guest, M. Reinemann, V. King. BACK ROW: G. Stevens, E. Shykind, H. Tischler, R. Parson. , ,-,,i.J si.-W 208 if n T Map making is one of the skills siudied in earth science. Northern's weathermen always predict fair weather. The Earth Science Department's curriculum includes the study of the diversified areas of geography, geol- ogy, and astronomy. This department is growing, along with the University, and is adding two or three faculty members each year. The earth science club, the Four Spheres, is an or- ganization especially for maiors and minors in the field, although it is open to anyone who is interested in its oliferings. lts meetings are highlighted by guest lecturers, tilms, and field trips. At the meetings the student is provided an opportunity to meet and discuss with his instructors in an informal atmosphere. EARTH .S'C'lfN6'E Temp. FIRST ROW: H. Boecker, H. Patterson, K. McKeown, K. Osman, L. Tessem, vice-pres.: F. Niemiec, sec., C. Benson, W. Curran. CENTER ROW: F. Snyder, pres.: G. Hoogheim, S. Bendelow, treas., W. Smardo, J. Ross, W. Webb, B. Issel. BACK ROW: G. Boettuhuv, D. Martin, E. Shykind, advisor: H. Tischler, advisor, .l. Kapter, R. Schaeffer. Lowest . . Precipitation V 'S 209 The Education Department still is the largest department at NIU. This depart- ment sponsors sophomore and iunior blocks, senior seminars, and student teaching for elementary maiors. Requirements for membership in Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary edu- cation fraternity, include an active inter- est in the field of education and high scholarship. Although Kappa Delta Pi is a small organization, it is well-known on campus. This year its activities in- cluded registering the elementary teach- ers attending the IEA conference at Northern. During American Education Week, Kappa Delta Pi annually spon- sors a series of three cotifee hours, in- formal faculty-student discussions of education problems. The theme this year was "Report Card: USA," an evaluation . . fl- ofthe American educational system. The program theme of the periodical meet- wha' is You' Philosophy of educqllon? ings was the "Last Lecture Series." The lecturers pretended that their talks were the last possible public presentations of their views. EDU !l7l0lV EDUCATION DEPARTMENT SEATED: J. Benben, E. Miller, M. O'Connor, E. Grotberg, G. Weigel, P. Wells. CENTER ROW: K. Cleland, M. Carroll, S. Rippa, L. Bischof, M. Nerbovig, M. Hull, J. Beard, E. Williams, M. Seguel, R. Brown, W. Ogilvie, J. King. BACK ROW: A. Singer, R. Belnap, R. Dezonia, W. Wernick, J. Garrison, A. Tink, S. Keys, H. O'Connor. 210 nI,Llp, . L15----I-mlm J fgmf ,Hp Carr J A , ' te'qI'!S 9'-'i"f1J Reading plays an important role m'uJ'1f7l 5 in The elementary school curricu- um. you e KAPPA DELTA PI FIRST ROW: K. Van Dyke, M. Nesler, vice-pres., J. Burnaby, J. De Zuller, J. Berry. BACK ROW: A. Miller, C. Todd, E. Shaeffer, pres., J. Slemers, sec., C. Lemon, B. Sheridan, lreus.g C. Jaeger. 211 STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: J. Schulz, C. Dube, S. Baltis, M. Wrede D. Dauphin. CENTER ROW: J. Pearson, A. Holan, R. Juengling B. Welker. BACK ROW: G. Schiller, R. Pastryk, N. Kubish. FIRST ROW: J. Vachata, L. Neumann, S. White, B Covey, J. Horan, M. Weiner, M. Craigo, M. Browne- MiIler, M. Anderson, R. Franzen. CENTER ROW: R. Bullington, advisor, K. Eickman D. Dorn, S. James, M. Nesler, S. Warner, L. Barton E. Ryan, J. Jackson, H. Ballwanz, G. Hoogheim. BACK ROW: G. Hinrichs, E. Stunard, J. Nord, B Setchell, treas.: E. Rehberger, J. Boxman, A. Shee- han, vice-pres.: C. Markham, N. Trinko, J. Ashby. FIRST ROW: M. Sabat, M. Williams, A. Rosette, L Beck, G. Mitchell, L. Worth, G. Overtoom, M. La- Bruno, V. Zeritis, J. Matthew. CENTER ROW: D. Coudret, S. Johnson, J. Passow, S Helden, E. Brezina, D. Peterson, C. Holmberg, D Guldenbecker, M. Fischer, L. Lyman, L. Arthur. BACK ROW: C. Rada, C. Benson, C. Ahrens, M Divoky, M. Armour, R. Tardi, S. O'Brien, J. Morris J. Balgemann, M. Buitkus. -1-: - ii I The Student Education Association is an amliate of the professional teaching organization, National Education Associ- ation. SEA engaged Dr. Robert Havighurst of the University of Chicago to speak on "Coming of Age in i96O." They spon- sored their Mr. and Miss Education con- test in the spring. This year a social event was incorporated into the program for the first time. One of the most prominent activities of the Association of Childhood Education is their mock interviews. For the first time, a staged interview between a student and a business executive was presented. They plan to incorporate this into their pro- gram each year. Their activities also in- cluded making toys for children in hos- pitals, presenting a fashion show of a teacher's wardrobe, and holding play groups every Saturday for the children who live in the barracks. If Subtraction of three digit numbers is taught at the third grade level. ASSOCIATION OF Cl ILDHOOD EDUCATION FIRST ROW: K. Edlund, M. Swenson, J. Bodwell, J. Bauman, L. Dunn, S. Douthart, M. Pozzi. CENTER ROW: A. Miller, D. Knapp, J. Corder, M. Nesler, C. Rada, R. Dunlop, P. Bankert, J. Aitchison, J. Mader, P. Carpenter, L. Holste, D. Nyberg, G. Abramowski, J. Hopkins. BACK ROW: J. Mundson, L. Walters, J. George, C. Ivy, D. Guldenbecfer, A. Beebe, C. Holmberg, A. Larson, C. Todd, M. Seiler, B. Sheridan, M. Springs, E. Gunn. at' 2 tt-Q.. ii. 1.2 5ir2E.f"e-1111 1.12 I: H- 1: ig tt" . 2, ,..- Af - 1 - f , u':'i:f I 213 ENGLISH CLUB SEATED: J. Gasper, treas.y J. Gertenric, R. Henbest, S. Pantelis, D. D'Isa. BACK ROW: R. Connolly, L. Emenheiser, vice-pres., C. Linker, M. Swanson, L. Baumann, A. Niziolek, T. Lianzi. ENGLISH D EPARTMENT SEATED: O. Baker, T. Cole, W. Ober, W. Seat, N. James, H. Nixon, R. Rodney. BACK ROW: A. Greene, A. Macleish, E. Herbert, E. Marken, J. Noal, J. Grimm, D, Murray, M. Kallich, J. Schultz, D. Ra 214 Each semester the English Club spon- sors a departmental tea to provide an in- formal meeting for faculty and students. Their annual "Twelfth Night Banquet" was held in January. The club's activity program included guest speakers, panel and group discussions, field trips to see professional stage plays in Chicago, and the production of a play on the island. Sigma Tau Delta, the English honorary fraternity, began their initial work on their literary magazine, Towers, during the fall semester. Articles submitted by the student body were included in this publication. ln the spring they held a tea for those people whose work appeared in Towers. They also sponsored a Sunday film, "The Grapes of Wrath." TOWERS T. Maypole, editor, R. Ledowski, vice-pres., P. Hayes, pres., J. Stevens, sec. . Z V ,. . , i tl-f 25ifff'5'13?f'i Q.. it s 'i EN6'll fl FIRST ROW: W. Seat, R. Rader, R. Shereikis, J. Gertenrich, E. James, advisor. CENTER ROW: P. Davies, T. Maypole, L. Edwards, J. Stevens, R. Ledowski, D. D'lsa, B. Bundy. BACK ROW: R. Johnson, M. Swanson, H. Nelson, L. Emenheiser, P. Hayes, M. Schulz, L. Cooprider. -,F 4 'V ' 2l5 i v I i i . fi l 1 'CI' 'uf 216 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT SEATED: R. Lloyd, L. Cobb, M. Schreiner. BACK ROW: A. Vazquez-Bigi, R. Keefer. The purpose of the German Club is to help the interested student to converse freely and casually in German and to ac- quaint him with European customs. Their programs included conversational games, German songs and, as a special attrac- tion, a firsthand comparison of European and American educational systems by a recently immigrated German student. The Spanish Club met twice a month to speak Spanish, sing, and play games. They took trips to Chicago to see Spanish movies and to eat in a Mexican restau- rant. The members looked forward to their Christmas "fiesta" held at the home of a faculty member. Several of the members prepared dishes of various Latin-American countries. There was plenty of singing, dancing the "cha-cha-cha," and even a "pinata." The French Club enables the members to get some practical experience in the use of the French language and allows them to enioy themselves at the same time. The proceeds of the French movies they sponsor go to the Exchange Student Fund. Membership in the honorary Spanish fraternity, Sigma Delta Pi, is what every maior hopes to achieve. The purpose of this organization is to foster an interest in the culture of Spanish-speaking coun- tries. SIGMA DELTA PI SEATED: A. Vazquez-Bigi, L. Cobb, R. Keefer. BACK ROW: J. Pawlowski, D. Urban, J. Kass, C. Schnell. SPANISH CLUB SEATED: A. Vazquez-Bigi, advisor: D. Hansen, vice- pres.: D. Urban, pres.: R. Keefer, advisor. BACK ROW: H. Longoria, J. Jimenez, J. Davis, E. Falk, L. Shepard, J. Pawlowski. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT SEATED: H. Wehling, D. lucke, J. Lindbergh, M. Bessom, C. Rockwood. BACK ROW: M. Bennett, V. Hendrickson, H. Beach, M. Williams. HOME E 0lVOM 65 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB FIRST ROW: J. Lenkart, R. McClinlon, I.. Reddington, J. Merk, S. Gnagni, J. Borover, K. Pontikes, S. White, J. Cleal, H. Booth. CENTER ROW: S. Stockstill, M. Faust, treas.: B. Goff, J. Ferron, P. Johnson, R. Berryman, H. Willett, K. Paul, M. Pratt, M. Goembel, D. Greyer. BACK ROW: D. Jones, J. Wellman, J. Brandt, V. Ryan, B. Crane, E. Heffron, N. Holstrom, A. Hoiberg, K. Rakowski, M. Heller. 218 9-, an Q7 '57 FRENCH CLUB SEATED: R. Lloyd, advisor, G. Wood- ruH, pres., M. Schreiner, advisor. BACK ROW: D. Urban, M. Burkich, M. Swanson, J. McMahon, vice-pres. ci 3' 9 0Rfl6'N lv4N6'0v46f GERMAN CLUB SEATED: M. Schreiner, advisory C. Schuppe, R. Schmid, E. Prifzkau, R. Keefer, advisor. CENTER ROW: W. Sherman, M. Kenl, C. Miller, L. Shepard, M. Burkich, D. Urban. BACK ROW: M. Scheidt, E. Baehr, L. Cooprider, D. DeHwiler. 217 The Home Economics Club presents a varied program each month, hoping to promote professional attitudes and inter- ests and, most of all, to widen cultural interests. This year's programs included a tea for seniors after their initiation into AHEA, discussions of textiles and new fashions, a panel of student teachers, a crafts, sewing and baking fair, and an ice cream social featuring music by the NIU band. The monthly programs are open to all women. The Home Management House is used by the Home Economics Department as a home for seniors who are fulfilling the re- quirements of high schools which employ vocational home economics teachers. They get actual experience in all the phases of managing a home. The residents of the Home Management House do a lot of entertaining. These girls are getting the table arranged for a luncheon. v:5'zi'f 4' fgaf HOME ECONOMICS CLUB FIRST ROW: M. Bons, vice-pres., E. Krooth, B. Schindel, J. Arden, A. Belrose, D. Fryar, J. Wise J Kocanda J Moore CENTER ROW: M. Armour, M. Marcis, J. McClendon, P. Lace, pres., C. Shaw, C. Plumley, sec., Sharon Tisol J Junghen BACK ROW: D. Anderson, J. Wagner, D. Grube, L. Miller, M. Gorman, D. Lehmann, N. Hill. Epsilon Pi Tau is the international hon- orary society for industrial arts maiors who show professional promise and maintain a cumulative "B" average. Dur- ing the past year two initiation cere- monies were held for new members, each followed by a tea. Members have con- tributed reports and participated in panel discussions on events or topics pertinent to industrial education or modern indus- trial procedures. At the annual fall ban- quet Jesse Owens, Olympic champion, was the guest speaker. Woods, graphic arts, and metals are a few of the areas an industrial arts major or minor studies. The Industrial Arts Club tries to bring together these people of common interests for the sharing of indi- vidual ability and knowledge. There is always an exhibit, prepared by the club, in the display case of the lA Building. Field trips, guest speakers from the in- dustrial and educational fields, and par- ticipation in the Homecoming parade are a few of its activities. Proper maintenance and use of machines insures longer sefviceability. Men in the lA Department take a personal pride in what they do. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT SEATED: H. Gilbert, R. Kohler, L. Secrest, C. Thomas, E. Edel. STANDING: E. Parry, G. Senteney, R. Kaelin, G. Sullivan, R. Brown, J. Beck, O. Quick, D. Moon, .l. Simich. 220 - 91 EPSILON PI TAU FIRST ROW: R. Malkovic, O. Quick, .I. Beck, A. Eckardl, H. Gilbert, advisor. BACK ROW: R. Kohler, E. Parry, E. Kass, E. Kerschke, R. Brown, G. Sullivan, R. Hughes, D. Moon, advisor: C. Thomas, L. Secresl IIVDU TR Al ARTS' INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB FIRST ROW: J. Marks, K. Davison, T. Bessey, E. Wasik, R. Hughes, pres.: A. Cagle, S. LaCorIe. CENTER ROW: R. Meister, E. Kerschke, E. Czerkies, E. Kass, L. Lippoldl, R. Holly, R. Haan, G. Hinrichs. BACK ROW: A. Eckardf, vice-pres., G. Sullivan, advisor: R. Brown, G. Lindell, R. Matkovic, J. Beck, E. Slunard. Northern's beautiful library from an unusual angle. The members of Alpha Beta Alpha, li- brary science fraternity, find many oppor- tunities for learning about the library science field. They enioy discussions, movies, book reviews, displays, and field trips, including one to the book fair in Chicago. The Swen Franklin Parson Library, be- sides being the headquarters of the Li- brary Science Department, is the nucleus of many Nl students' college lives. ln ad- dition to the frequented reserve and reference rooms, a browsing room, cur- riculum laboratory, seminar rooms, a small auditorium, an art gallery, music listening rooms, and a library science classroom are included. Plans are being made for expansion of the library in the near future. UB HRV 5'C'lfNCE LIBRARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT SEATED: J. Cole, C. Post, E. Park, A. Kovanda, S. Davis, K. Walker, B. Hanby. BACK ROW: l. Norell, H. Cheadle, R. Harrison, H. Williams, R. Schreiber, V. Alexander, E. Bennett, H. Vogt, V. Melum, H. Daly. 222 Teaching aids, basic texts for all curriculum areas, and curriculum guides can be found in the Educa- tional Materials Center. 'tt it .fi tt The Browsing Room suggests relaxation ALPHA BETA ALPHA SEATED: J. Siemers, W. Sherman, treas.p N. Stoner, sec., D. Schabel, M. Cruson. CENTER ROW: M. Fisher, P. Hayes, pres., P. Haney, M. Spink, J. Cromwell, R. Brunner. BACK ROW: A. Miller, M. Browne-Miller, K. Hcldermnn, E. Kruszynski, vice-pres., G. Abramowski, A. Mirabelli. xlib, LX 'ifiw An orientation tour of Taft Campus. An ideal place lo read and meditate. There is always lime for creative expression 2 Q-QL ' 194-52 Z0 1400 MFT 224 Many schools are 'including outdoor education in their curriculums. Lorado Taft Field Campus was developed so that Northern's students could become more effective teachers by becoming aware of the many possibilities for learning out of doors. The Education Department, Wo- men's Physical Education Department, Fine Arts Department, Earth Science De- partment, and the Department of Biologi- cal Sciences have utilized Taft Campus. Of the above departments, Education has the most highly developed outdoor education program. Elementary education maiors have several opportunities to visit Taft. During their senior year they spend a week at Taft with a group of students from one of Northern Illinois' elementary schools to study wild life, conservation, Indian lore, wood-craft, weather fore- casting, soil erosion, surveying, map mak- ing, and plant life as they tit into the cur- riculum of the public school. LORADO TAFT FIELD CAMPUS SEATED: O. Goering, P. Harrison. BACK ROW: D. Hammerman, J. Hug. Taft House serves as a library and research lab ll ,Lil tl le lil' 5: A it it lltll , 'I l -its-.-ti-M l it it 5' M555 W , i r 1 l L i , r ' i , ! , ,, , , l ll ll l 1 it 1197 Visual aids help in teaching mathematical concepts. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT SEATED: E. Hellmich, B. Merkhofer, C. Hardgrove, R. Cormier. BACK ROW: K. Duzan, H. Miller, Y. Smith, G. Ragland, H. Wells, J. Beach, E. Brogly. Math Club provides an avenue for those people interested in the scientific and the abstract to share their interests. Their monthly meetings are devoted to talks pre- sented by members of the department on topics encountered in the mathematics field. Sigma Zeta's membership includes math and science maiors who have a high scho- lastic average. Their activities included a lecture, which was of a scientific nature and open to the student body free of charge. lt was sponsored in the spring in memory of the late Professor lra Jenks, who was a science professor at Nl. He was quite active in Sigma Zeta and was instrumental in bringing it to this campus. ln the spring a three-day conclave of the various chapters was held. 226 SIGMA ZETA FIRST ROW: J. Beach, advisory O. Wrzeszczg D. Bryan, R. Hann, M. Siephens. BACK ROW: J. Eklund, J. Sherk, E. Schiesser, R. Piniozzi, R. Buikemc, I.. Dunkelberger, B. LeBec1u. MATHEMATICS FIRST ROW: G. Hoogheim, B. Fromm, E. Vclusek, B. Kronvold, J. Greeness, M. Scheidt, C. Sopkowicz, R. Bork. BACK ROW: R. Meister, J. Borf, J. Hcmke, H. Hyde, A. Erisman, B. Weiss, T. MouIvic,1reos. 7 SWEN PARSON TRIO W. Moffat, L. Gauger, F. Beezhold. Each year the Music Department sponsors a host of music pro- grams to entertain Northern's students and the townspeople of DeKalb. Treble Clef, a vocal group comprised of female voices, and the other vocal and instrumental organizations contributed a great deal to our 1958-59 activity calendar. Treble Clef's annual M0576 SEATED: D. Coar, M. Weed, M. Sedlock, W. Moffatt. BACK ROW: C. Baker, M. Dill, L. Gauger, V. Fay, W. Smith, R. Whitney. MUSIC DEPARTMENT concert in April and their spring formal dance are always eagerly anticipated by the student body. The Men's Glee Club, a male vocal group comparable to Treble Clef, appeared at several campus func- tions and succeeded in entertaining the students while enriching their musical background. The University Chorus, comprised of some 300 voices, is open to anyone with singing interests. They present two con- certs each year-one at Christmas and one in May. The Concert Choir, a more select group of singers, performs at many campus functions. They also go on tour, singing at various high schools and churches in the state. The Madrigal Sing- ers perform fifteenth and sixteenth cen- tury music at their periodical concerts. Northern is well acquainted with its instrumental groups. The Pep Band, Con- cert Band, and Marching Band play an important role in our college life. The orchestra accompanies the NI Chorus at their semester concerts as well as present- ing concerts of their own. Throughout the year the Swen Parson Trio, a professional instrumental group composed of faculty members, gave sev- eral enioyable concerts presenting cham- ber music. 228 OUTSTANDING BANDSMEN AWARDS F. Schroeder, D. Ulgaord, P. Brovillette, R. Roberison, A. Roselieb. TREBLE CLEF FIRST ROW: J. George, C. Donley, K. McConnell, R. Colosky. CENTER ROW: M. Swenson, M. Gilla, L. Henscheid, C. Ryan, S. Ball, M. Sedlock, director. BACK ROW: B. Chrisiicn, K. Herbsi, M. Rudke, J. Enterwhisile, S. Hutchison, E. Weston, V. Lowery, P. Kowalski, S. McCor- mick. 'kgyxsiii X :LQ f i V 1' 1 1 ' - fm. :..L:, ' V ' 1 - H an :.,,...fx M ,, H T . M it I if: 3 - K. I ,r as .rg 5 P51551 MADRIGAL SINGERS FIRST ROW: R. Colosky, B. Christian, L. Emenheiser, R. Bufano, J. Opatrny. BACK ROW: M. Sedlock, director, J. Stralow, J. Becker, M. Unruh, C. Baumann, B. Konertz, M. Montanus, T. Potter, R. Titzel. CONCERT CHOIR FRONT ROW: P. Rattenbury, E. Dunbar, B. D'Andreu, B. Jones, S. Dallman, R. Ledowski, B. Reed, D. Lucas, G. Noble, P. Goldman, K. Van Dyke, A. Hampton, D. Neumann, M. Logan, L. Johnson, A. Double. SECOND ROW: C. Cicci, R. Johnson, A. Miller, P. Decklar, J. Opatrny, J. Becker, R. Seely, J. Balgemann, J. Lussky, J, Aitchison, J. Atwell, J. Pesch, J. Stralow, A. Lundberg, J. Peterson. THIRD ROW: J. Rice, R. Bufano, R. Titzel, P. Scheel, G. Boettcher, L. Pearlman, B. Morris, J. Christiansen, R. Sampson, P. Borchardt, K. Bow- man, R. Grimes. BACK ROW: K. Stark, T. Potter, R. Johnson, B. Fox, T. Lynott, J. Moore, J. Frink, J. Corwin, G. Griffin, D. Bateman, B. Meles, J. Novak, J. Maloney, J. Tremore. 230 MEN'S GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: C. Peterson, L. Stiernberg, P. Huske, W. Champion, R. Fox, J. Novak, N. Baker, D. Swanberg, D. Kraft, J Owen, pianist. SECOND ROW: E. Anderson, F. Didden, A. Frederick, E. Koch, J. Holmes, J. Sykora, N. Middleton, R. Pareira, H. McCall THIRD ROW: R. Rodda, K. Schaefer, R. Harms, R. Gordon, J, Boris, J. Haymond, R. Longman, J. Dyas, W. Burke, J. Pat lerson. BACK ROW: F. Doyle, M. McSweeney, J. Kelly, W. Stanley, A. Romanovich, R. Mcllvoy, G. Nielsen, G. Schulz, D. Pen- field, L. Wolfe, N, Trinko, T. Connolly, J. LaFayette. The University Chorus utils annual Christmas concert. 231 The Pep Band played at all Northern's home basketball games. 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Appell. 1 . !'. iikrrgw ul HSM 'U Jfjgiifff' M "We've got to winl 234 The new Northern Field House is the headquarters of the Men's Physical Education Department. The building contains classrooms, offices, spacious playing courts, an eight lap track, and facilities capable of housing all Northern's indoor athletic activities. Men majoring in physical education are required to take courses ranging from camp counseling to theory and practice of the maior sports. The general physical eclu- cation courses include volleyball, speed ball, tennis, wrestling, tumbling, and golf. The Officials Club provides valuable experience for men interested in officiating at athletic events. The club supplies referees for Northern's busy intramural program and for the high schools in the DeKalb area. Varsity Club is open to all men who have received letters in one of Nl's many sports. This group provides ushers for football and basketball games and sponsors a formal dance in the spring. MENS' PHVSICVIZ 5011 !l7l0N OFFICIALS CLUB FIRST ROW: B. Hoey, H. Schwenke, J. Blume, J. Messaglia, F. Eccles D Podewell G Wagner L French B Blankenhorn SECOND ROW: J. Corrigan, J. Segebrecht, L. Lamont, B. Woertz, M Teal R Quane W Haemker R Lerette S Sracznskl THIRD ROW: B. Deacon, B. Rothermel, L. Bertsos, B. Brunner, D. Felker B Juenglmg M Schwalbach K Carder FOURTH ROW: L. Gentry, K. Peters, D. Jensen, C. Klingsporn, T. Beck G Poulos G Parker R Ashley H Fagan BACK ROW: P. Everett, J. Neophitos, G. Zanin, G. Coldebella, J. Punlto D Cappom R Krueger B Edwards E Wulmowskl 6 "Look Mom, No Cavities," was the theme of the Maior-Minor Club Homecoming tioat. At their De- cember meeting, Gereldine Rennert, an authority on GAA, spoke about the GAA program in the schools and the place of physical education in the education program. Delta Psi Kappa, the national honorary physi- cal education fraternity for women, had a very active year. They judged Homecoming house decorations, sponsored a get acquainted tea for freshman women physical education maiors, sponsored a rummage sale, and organized a professional library to be used by maiors in their field. The Women's Recreation Association is open to any woman interested in sports. Their main objectives are to have fun and to maintain physical fitness. They are known for their Co-Rec Night held in February and their tournaments. "Break That Chain Habit" was WRA's homecoming entry. A life-saving class at the new University swimming pool. WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATlON DEPARTMENT SEATED: M. Olson, J. Rich, E. Lane, L. Trager, M. Duncan. BACK ROW: M. Bell, J. Gund, L. Wilson, M. Dayton, M- zlmmef' man, P. Paul. DELTA PSI KAPPA FIRST ROW: D. Brandl, J. Gerrelse, M. Olson, advisor, J. Slroder, L. Troger, advisory V. Conley, P. Banks. BACK ROW: K. Rozek, A. Logan, S. Porler, R. Kudlaly, M. Benonde, E. Norman, M. Henle, S. Kemp, M. Scndeno, J. Hinz, P. Lovell. WOM NT PflY.S'lC'!ll E00 fl7l0N MAJOR-MINOR FIRST ROW: M. Hofiman, J. Rohlik, J. Hinz, L. Conway, D. Gammon, J. Gerretse, S. Hylander. BACK ROW: P. Spirk, J. Pankonin, F. Niemiec, E. Revell, D. Wade, D. Bennell. 7 PHYS' C141 5'C'lfN 5 Tau Beta Rho joins in Ihe Homecoming parade. PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT FIRST ROW: W. Lindbeck, D. Darsow, G. Giffin, J Bower, M. Hasan. BACK ROW: R. Kloss, P. Tsoo, A. Weaver, V. Schelar P. Skribanowiiz, W. Miner. 2 'WE' lf one were looking for a physical science maior, more than likely he could be located on the fourth floor of the Science Building, thoroughly immersed in his work, and donned in a plastic apron amidst test tubes, Bunsen burners, balance scales, graphs, and charts. The Physical Science Department is divided into two sciences: chemistry and physics. Majors in both of these fields and in general science are available. However, the Bachelor of Science degree is offered only for physics and chemistry. Tau Beta Rho, the chemistry club, annually participates in the AWS Activities Carnival. This organization atifords an opportunity for students especially interested in chemistry to get together and discuss topics of their field. Field trips and lectures are part of their activity schedule. Experimentation is a maicr activity of a chemistry student. TAU BETA RHO FIRST ROW: G. Griffin, T. Drucker, E. Apple, H. Hyde, R. Buikema, H. Boecker, R Bussell O Peterson pres M Napoli vice pres BACK ROW: J. Bower, advisory R. Schaeffer, D. Hendricker, M. Stephens, treas J Corwin J Clark W Lmdbeck advisor J Anderson SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT FIRST ROW: H. Jameson, T. Edgar, M. Gustafson, B. Williams, M. Ray, D. Howard. BACK ROW: F. Kenf, S. Spiesman, H. Aikins, D. Sheriff, D. Sailor, B. Hadley, G. Nash, J. Lloyd, J. Marlin, H. Smith, D. Tagliere, I. Sumner, W. Burchard. SOCIAL SCIENCE COUNCIL FIRST ROW: B. Williams, D. Kinchen, L. Garberg, L. Kinchen, D. Hansen. CENTER ROW: T. Higginbolhan, D. Sykes, J. Borl, A. Silanskis, L. Kozlowski, W. Lowe, C. Markham, F. Burkey. BACK ROW: J. Burkhardt, M. Spink, G. Hoogheim, H. McDougal, B. Ullsvik, L. Rothrock, V. Selmon. cz' 111 '54 I -I An .2 4 :Xi 7-jj vCf.1,A . 1 I- X fe L I K I, STL ' . K ' 'Mr mmum-as bw " E53 it nllll N 0674! 5'L'lfN E MR. SFI ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1l'ATI2lI if mow 1' ' ' rotvwcwcuvus ,- . Q .s g ' F- Locwcw Et: X951 'M' :nun Pd lblllllllslllirftnrttlrlifllf The Social Science Department is enlarg- ing its curriculum, therefore permitting a student to specialize in either economics, sociology and anthropology, political sci- ence, or history. Next fall this new program will be initiated. The history club, Clio, takes its name from Greek mythology. Clio was the goddess of the arts and sciences. History majors and members of the history 'Faculty are especially invited to be members of Clio, but any inter- ested student or faculty member may ioin. Social Science Council is celebrating its second year at Northern. This group was organized to promote a stronger and deeper interest in social science. The Human Re- lations Council's maior purpose is to develop an educational exchange of cultural and social backgrounds between all students of the various races, religions, and nation- alities. CLIO FIRST ROW: H. Aikins, advisor, F. Owens, L. Walter, vice-pres., P. Wilson, pres., B. Hadley. CENTER ROW: S. Jacobson, sec., L. Rothrock, W. Sher- man, N. Purves, L. Kozlowski, S. Douthart, G. Nash, D. Sailor. BACK ROW: M. Simopoulos, R. Larsen, R. Haseltine, R. Miller, M. Spink, J. Pawlowski. PEEL' E' ,av Y SIGMA ALPHA ETA FIRST ROW: B. Snow, L. Brown, ireas., P. Zelinka. BACK ROW: K. Manion, H. Maihews, M. Bouley, pres., H. Musick, J. Dufresne, vice-pres SPEECH DEPARTMENT SEATED: D. Jeffryes, R. Wildermun, S. Weisberger, R. Hufford, H. Hess, W. O'Connell. BACK ROW: A. Goldberg, J. Vincent, C. Turner, L. Lereu, M. Wood, P. Crawford. 24 2 .111 ALPHA PSI OMEGA FIRST ROW: E. Pires, E. Falk, L. Larson, K. Edlund, R. Wilderman, advisor. BACK ROW: E. Salners, D. D'lsa, P. Davies, pres., J. Yates, J. Bettelheim, P. Schmidt, sec. A student interested in maioring in speech has three areas to choose from: forensics, correction, and dra- matics. To supplement classwork in these areas, a stu- dent can ioin one of the organizations associated with the area. Belonging to the Debate Squad gives a stu- dent opportunity to participate in oratory, extempo- raneous speaking, discussion, and debate. Alpha Psi Omega, dramatics fraternity, placed third in Winter Carnival for its presentation of "The Farce of the Worthy Piene Paltlin." Also included in its activities are publicity and ticket sales for the three major plays and a tea for the cast and parents following the plays. Sigma Alpha Eta is a national honorary professional society for students in speech and hearing rehabilita- tion. At their monthly meeting, speakers are invited to talk about a special problem of interest to the group. Dr. Little, a DeKalb dentist, spoke about orthodontia and showed slides of the oral cavity at one such meet- ing. DEBATE SQUAD FIRST ROW: C. Mobley, J. Singelmonn, H. Hess, advisor, R. Hutford, advisor, M. Sweeney. CENTER ROW: W. Arnold, J. Vierke, J. Franz, R. Goldman, P. Frydendall, C. Cherry. BACK ROW: P. Raymond, A. Stelk, G. Merritt, M. Vander Zanden, J. Witt, F. Palkoner, S. Spelman, B. Montemayor. K," C. , rryi K 'T'-LN 2,531 , 243 The University Schools, one of the UN'MfRSl TV SCHOOLS newest additions to Northern's campus. iii I UNIVERSITY H0015 The University School is one of the newest buildings at Northern. It houses the University Elementary and Junior High Schools which are serving as laboratory schools for the education of teachers. Each is a distinct unit housed under one roof having its own library, art laboratory, and gymnasium. They share the specialized facilities provided for music, science, industrial arts, and home economics. The University swimming pool is also housed in this building. Northern's students observe and work directly with children in its classroom laboratories. lt also serves as an observation, demonstration, research, and experi- mentation center for the University, and as a laboratory for student teaching. Physical education is always included in the elementary school curriculum. A group of third graders are pictured in the new University Ele- mentary School Gymnasium. 244 UNIVERSITY SCHOOL ELEMENTARY FACULTY FRONT ROW: E. Anglin, K. Huestis, M. McCulloch, A. Weedman, E. Lipscomb, M. Riccio. CENTER ROW: A. Slan, W. Rush, R. Weirick, E. Burien, R. Eismann, S. Fink. BACK ROW: C. Hallesfud, S. Dailey, H. McNamara, L. Hendershoi, M. Weller, P. Canon, M. Swynehordt UNIVERSITY SCHOOL JUNIOR HIGH FACULTY FIRST ROW: E. Pearce, R. Anderson, R. Burchard, B. Bellis, A. Sinniger, R. Nash. CENTER ROW: R. Doult, E. Scriven, D. Wilson, A. Shapiro, C. Carter, E. Kuhn, R. Wittrup. BACK ROW: J. Vocolo, E. Horton, D. Lake, H. Matz, W. Farley, J. Watts, V. Ludeman, W. Knapp. 4 50N 01? Briggs Printing, lnc. Lehan's Drug Store Carlson Bros. Grocery M 8K M Pharmacy DeKalb Chronicle Publishing Co. Montgomery Ward Co DeKalb Trust and Savings Bank Pizza Villa Doenges Stationery Corporation Prince Ice Cream Castle First National Bank in DeKalb Scotty Marshall Gulf Service Greenacre Cleaners Secor's Drug Store Johnson Printing Service Suds-o-Mat Charm Shop ChiIton's Sport Shop Corson's Paint Store Danish Bakery DeKalb News Stand DeKalb Recreation DeKalb Savings and Eleanor Shop Glidden Greenhouse Gordon Hardware Hillside Restaurant Jacqueline Shop Uptown Restaurant P14 TRUNK Loan Ass'n. Wirtz 8K Wirtz Pli0706Rv4Pfl,V J. C. Penney Co. Jon 8. Jen's Grill Lady Anne's Beauty Salon Maki Shoe Repair Mel Elliott Music Center Northern Illinois Gas Company The Oaks Palmer Music House Skinner's Market Town 8. Country Restaurant Venard's Hardware Wm. F. Wiltberger Co Delma Studios, New York City, S. M. Fields-Official Photographer, Seniors Regional Services Division, N.l.U., Hallie J. Hamilton, William P. Froom Cry-Dun Studios, DeKalb, Sherman Dunkelberger Rudi Achilles Charles Krabec Tom Conwell Philip Swanson Bud Specter !lC'KNOWZED6ll'IHV75' Capitol Engraving 81 Electrotype Company, Larry Wells Pantagraph Printing and Stationery Company, Edward J. Bryan S. K. Smith Company, William Snell A Abrahamsen, Rose Anne, 138 Abrahamson, Gary M., 151 Abramowski, Geraldine, 58, 213, 223 Ackerman, G. James, 97 Ackerman, Nancy Ellen, 100 Adamek, Joseph John, 58, 149, 204, 206 Adamowicz, Donald A., 90, 143 Adams, Diane Patricia, 131, 194 Adams, Donald Eugene, 97 Adler, Louis Saloshin, 58, 133 Agnew, Harris Hilton, 58 Ahern, James Manning, 133 Ahnell, Ronald Charles, 97 Student Index Ballwanz, Howard R., 59, 212 Boltis, Sybil Helen, 90, 120, 143, 212 Banaszak, Thomas T., 150 Bandy, Barbara Ann, 59, 110, 142, 215 Banet, Kenneth William, 97, 162 Banxert, Patricia Ann, 90, 213 Banks, Nancy Jean, 96 Banks, Patricia K., 59, 237 Bannon, James William, 59, 119 Barosch, Bernard, 59, 204 Baratla, Joseph J., 59 Borczi, Stephen D., 150 Bark, Joan Eleanor, 98 Bork, Richard Allen, 90, 227 Barkman, Carol Ann, 96 Ahrens, Carol Jean, 90, 120, 212 Aitchison, Judy Joan, 92, 213, 230 Alexander, Jean Marie, 58, 120, 143 Alexander, Thomas Gene, 187 Allen, Merle Clinton, 90 Allison, Gloriann, 97 Ambler, Terry Lee, 97 Anders, Natalie Marcia, 58, 122, 141, 162 Anders, Patricia Ann, 143, 162 Barton, Andersen Andersen Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Bonnie Joy, 96 Joan Carol, 97 Aarne, 206 Carol A., 138 Carol Marie, 97 Celeste M., 97 David Wallin, 58 Down Carol, 94, 163, 218 Anderson, Donald E., 96 Anderson, Eldon Peter, 131, 147, 161, 231 Anderson Gary Oliver, 190 Anderson Helen C., 94, 140 Anderson Jack Arthur, 161 Anderson Jim, 183 Anderson, John Gary, 58, 150 Anderson, John William, 97, 239 Anderson Judith Ann, 93, 140, 164 Anderson, Judith M., 58 Anderson Lois Marie, 97 Anderson, Mary C., 97, 212 Anderson, Myron Roy, 97, 206 Anderson Patricia J., 90 Anderson Sandra Kay, 207 Anderson Sharon Rae, 97 Anderson Shirley Jean, 97, 165 Anderson, William C., 99 Andrews, Barbara Jean, 97 Andriette Lynn T., 97 Andrist, Roger Don, 97 Anselini, Mary Barbara, 143 Angelucci, Mario E., 58 Anthony, Jerry Lee, 97 Anzelone, Marilyn J., 97, 162 Apollo, John, 99 Apple, Edward James, 90, 235 Arden, Joyce Elizabeth, 97, 218 Aronds, Judith Kaye, 97, 165 Arens, Anna Marie, 94 Argyllan, Donald l., 58 Armour, Mary Jean, 94, 160, 212, 218 Arnesen, James Francis, 96 Arnold, William Edward, 243 Arrington, Barbara Lee, 97, 165 Arthur, Lois Lorraine, 212 Ashby, Judith Mae, 58, 144, 206, 212 Ashley, Ronald Byron, 235 Athans, James, 153 Atkins, Larry, 190 Atwell, Judith Nina, 122, 139, 230 Auchstetter, Lois M., 163 Aurand, John Lewis, 58 Austin, Marion C., 124 Avena, Joann, 54, 141, 162 Avena, Lois Jean, 90, 118 Aves, Norman Leonard, 58, 152 Aylesworth, Virginia R., 58 B Bacall, Barry Martin, 97, 207 Bach, Barbara, 97 Bach, Frederick Otto, 58 Backe, Edward Bernard, 58 Backe, Sandra Krueger, 58, 204 Baehr, Erna lrmgard, 97, 217 Bohr, Ruthann W., 58, 161 Baie, Mary Kay, 98 Bainor, Bonnie C., 94, 119, 143 Baird, Terry Anne, 139 Baker, Judith Lynn, 96, 161 Baker, Marvin Maurice, 170, 172 Boker, Noble Lee, 58, 204, 207, 231 Baker, Thomas Alvin, 59 Balcer, Janice Marie, 91 Bale, Henry Schrader, 59, 124 Balgemann, Janice C., 59, 164, 212, 230 Boll, Stephany Leone, 90 Ball, Susan Corinne, 97, 158, 229 Ballegooyen, Myra Faye, 140 Barnaby, Jean K., 59, 211 Bornowski, Judith Mary, 140 Barrett, Burdette E., 59 Barrett, Nancy Louise, 59 Barron, Gail Kathryn, 120 Barrow, Richard Hughes, 190 Barry, Jeanine, 59 Bartels, Bartels Jewel Marie, 59 Martin 149 aunenf Richard' M., was Lillian Key, 143, 212 Baruffi, Kathleen W., 140 Boss, Harald Randall, 94 Bateman, David W., 97, 230 Bates, Richard Dale, 59 Bauer, Dolores Marie, 59, 138 Bauman, Joyce Louise, 59, 160, 164, 213 Baumann, Carl Edward, 165, 230 Baumann, Lynn Gertrude, 90, 214 Baumgartner, Walter F., 59, 201 Baxman, Jeanne Ann, 97, 212 Bazler, Bonita M., 165 Beadies, Joyce Ann, 59, 139 Beale, James Paul, 151 Beaman, Orville Edward, 59 Beauchamp, Kent C., 99 Beck, Gerald Lee, 59, 151 Beck, Luiune Marie, 212 Beck, Patricia Ann, 142 Beck, Shirley M., 175, 235 Becker, Jeanne Marie, 97, 230 Beckman, Frances Marie, 97 Beckstrom, Madeline M., 97 Bedrava, Marietta Ray, 140 Beebe, Ann Elizabeth, 90, 165, 213 Beelendorf, Connie Jo, 60, 136 Beeson, Carole While, 60 Beeson, Robert Louis, 151, 206 Beguhn, Claire Ann, 142 Beguhn, Richard Harry, 60 Behrens, Janet Marie, 97 Bein, Robert Hugo, 60 Bell, Alonzo Otho, 188 Belrose, Anne, 60, 118, 121, 164, 218 Benande, Marilyn M., 237 Bendelow, Stuart W., 90, 160, 209 Bendt, Jean Carolyn, 119, 139 Benham, Gary Anthony, 90, 149, 161 Bennett, Dorris Kay, 237 Bennett, James Timothy, 60 Bennett, Nancy Jane, 92 Benson, Cara1Jeon, 60, 121, 143, 212 Benson, Curtis Raymond, 209 Bentley, Coralie Anne, 94 Benton, Cynthia Anne, 139 Bercier, Colette V., 162 Berg, Howard O., Jr., 97, 170 Berg, Karen l., 94 Berg, Warren Lee, 94, 146, 164 Bergan, Janet Ruth, 97, 160 Berggren, Jeanine lda, 97 Berglund, Elizabeth M., 60, 160 Bergmann, Mary Louise, 163 Berman, Dale, 170, 172 Bernardi, Richard L., 60, 197 Bero, Charlene Joyce, 90, 138 Berry, Jeanette E., 60, 118, 122, 134, 142, 211 Berry, Robert Edwin, 149 Berryman, Rebecca P., 60, 164, 219 Berst, Robert Thomas, 92 Bertsos, Lewis John, 94, 188, 197, 235 Bessey, Thomas William, 97, 221 Betke, Donald Edward, 194 Bettelheim, Julie A., 60, 243 Betz, Richard Lyle, 207 Beverly, Adrian D., 148 Bidwell, Francine H., 96 Bieszczat, Rosemary, 97 Biggar, Barbara Louise, 90, 161 Biggar, Gordon Vincent, 160 Billing, Bimler, Bindas, Binder Peter Harold, 152 Donald Arthur, 152 Barbara Ann, 97, 161 Diane Lillian 140 Bingham, Lois Helen, 97 Bingham, Richard John, 60, 204 Binnie, Carl, 149 Birdsall, Sharon F., 96 Biritz, Robert Bruce, 97 Birsen, Lenore Ann, 206 Blackburn, Susan M., 97, 165 Blackmore, Keith Eldon, 96 Blaine, Margaret Edith, 140 Blair, William Donald, 60, 150 Blake, Kenneth Allen, 60 Blanchard, John Frank, 60 Blanck, Darol Gene, 154 Blankenhorn, Bill C., 90, 235 Blasky, Donald Paul, 60, 150 Blatt, Karen Priscilla, 60, 161 Bleimehl, Judith Anne, 162 Block, Stan D., 183 Blaschynsky, Janet, 90 Blume, Donald Dean, 60 Blume, Gary Joe, 97, 235 Blumenshine, Liane G., 124 Bobeng, Nancy Rae, 90 Bodach, William Roger, 94, 154 Bodwell, Joanne Ruth, 161, 213 Boecker, Heinz, 209, 239 Boender, Donald Lee, 94, 123, 165, 204 Boese, Charles Ray, 90, 164 Boese, Charlotte Mae, 92, 204 Boettcher, Gary W., 94, 165, 209, 230 Bohan, Robert David, 175 Bohlander, Virginia A., 94, 142 Boland, Mary Jane E., 98 Bans, Marilyn Jean, 137, 218 Bonusa, Carol Ann, 94 Booker, Abraham E., 178, 180 Boone, Edward Jenkins, 60 Booth, Caryl Suzanne, 94 Booth, Helen Margaret, 219 Booth, Leroy Francis, 97 Borchardt, Ferdinand P., 94, 123, 164, 175, 230 Borens, Gerald Leo, 150 Borgogni, Ann Mary, 97 Boris, James Francis, 60, 162, 206, 231 Born, Howard William, 92, 206 Borovec, Joan E., 93, 219 Bort, James Arthur, 97, 202, 227, 240 Bastian, Karen Ann, 96 Bostler, Janet Kathryn, 98 Bostrund, Judith Ann, 95, 160, 161 Botkin, Sue C., 61, 204 Bottlemy, Nancy Sue, 61 Boughton, Delores Ann, 91 Bouley, Marsha Mary, 61, 138, 242 Boustead, Jacqueline L., 90, 140 Bower, John Allen, 158 Bowers, Carol Ann, 61, 136 Bowgren, Warren Delano, 61 Boyd, Richard Ralph, 96, 164 Boyd, Robert Kaye, 178, 180, 194 Boyer, Patricia Anne, 119 Bracken, Bertha Doris, 96 Bradley, Mavis E., 97, 162 Bradley, Robert C., 61, 190 Brady, Mary Margaret, 61, 139, 168 Brandau, Lucile Ann, 61, 164 Branding, Howard E., 96 Brandt, Dolores Marie, 237 Brandt, Janet Kay, 97, 219 Bronz, Roger Lee, 146 Bray. Thomas Charles, 97 Brazii, Darryl Mason, 100 Brazzalle, Mariorie A., 61, 139 Breicha, Bernadette M., 97 Breicha, Judith Ann, 90, 140 Bremer, Sally Ann, 90, 130 Bressler, Judith Mary, 97 Brezina, Erloine C., 93, 136, 160, 212 Brickert, Larry Edwin, 170 Brinkman, John George, 61 Bristol, Kent Lawrence, 92, 147, 201 Brizzolaro, Donna M., 90, 162 Broberg, Karen Louise, 61 Brodine, Carole Jean. 125, 142 Broten, Patricia E., 61 Brouwer, Margaret Joan, 201 Brown, George Daniel, 150 Brown, Gordon, 159 Brown, Judith Ann, 137 Brown, Lois Ann, 139, 142 Brownemiller. Muriel L., 90, 212, 223 Bruch, Mclriorie Ruth, 97 Brunchwiler, Carol J., 61, 143 Brunner, Burt Charles, 61, 145, 235 Brunner, Rena Mae, 90, 223 Bryan, Donald Edward, 227 Bryan, Jacquelyn Ann, 129, 142 Bryant, Marlene Joyce, 93 Buchan, Clarice Mae, 61, 139 Buchanan, Richard A., 119 Buchanan, Richard Dean, 93, 146, 197 Buchert, Carol Ann, 61, 138 Buck, Ronald Leslie, 61 Buckner, Robert, 61, 206 Budruweit, Bruce P., 94 Bufalo, Anthony Joseph, 147 Bufano, Ralph, 230 Buikema, Roger Jay, 61, 122, 123, 227, 239 Buitkus, Mary Joan, 162, 212 Buiak, Raymond Leroy, 97 Bukovsky, lrene, 141 47 Bungard, Janis May, 94, 162 Bunta, Phyllis Elayne, 94, 139 Burke, William Bard, 231 Burken, Thomas Hubert, 61, 153 Burkey, Franklin D., 62, 240 Burkhardt, Joyce L., 97, 240 Burkich, Manda M., 94, 163, 217 Burns, Jeanne Kay, 97 Burns, Phillip J., 206 Burson, George, 96 Busch, Arlene E., 164 Buscher, Bert Scott, 62 Bush, Constance lris, 62 Busiahn, Danna Mae, 94 Buss, Duane Allen, 62 Bussac, Marlene Clare, 94 Bussell, Robert Paul, 124, 239 Byrd, Anne Carol, 93, 141 Byrd, Betty Amanda, 98 C Cada, David Joseph, 187 Coda, Dolores Ann, 62 Cagle, Arthur Eugene, 221 Caldarelli, Cesare, 96, 184, 188 Calhoun, Virginia M., 97 Calloway, Wilma Dean, 206 Calvert, Jean Arthur, 91, 124 Calvert, Margaret C., 165 Cameron, Kenneth Leigh, 164 Campbell, Ethelynn, 144 Campbetl, Gwendolyn M., 62 Campbell, Robert Bruce, 97 Conn, Susan Jo, 97 Cannella, Susanne Jane, 90, 141, 162 Cannon, Ann Charlene, 143 Cannon, Thomas Kimball, 125, 145, 154 Copek, Marlene Ann, 96 Capers, James Harold, 178, 180 Capponi, Lucille Ann, 97 Capponi, Robert Dean, 92, 150, 235 Carlson Carder, Kenneth R., 123, 235 Carlino, Peter, 62 Carlson, David Elliott, 90 Carlson David Lee, 160 Carlson Judy Ann, 97 Oliver Brock 154 Carpenter, Margo Anne, 90, 136 Carpenter, Priscilla A., 90, 213 Carpino, Donald Lee, 62 Carr, Delbert Wayne, 178, 183 Carskaden, Nancy Ann, 90, 121 Carter, Bernard Dale, 99 Carter, Donald Hiram, 187 Cary, Richard Goodwill, 90 Casey, Kevin Barry, 90, 154 Cash, Bruce Edward, 133, 147 Catriz, F. Gail, 90 Cavanagh, Robert Paul, 154 Cekal, Lynne Andrea, 165 Cepuder, Nancy Lee, 93 Cerveny, Robert Ray, 154 Cerwin, Don Harry, 90 Cesarek, Anita Benilda, 96, 163 Chalupa, Sandra, 62 Chamberlin, Ellen M., 94 Champion, Wayne Morley, 231 Chapek, Barbara Anne, 97, 165 Chapell, Joyce Mabel, 94 Chapman, Dorothy Jean, 97 Chapman, Esther Z., 62 Chentes, Elaine, 62 Cherry, Curtis Blair, 243 Chiappori, Constance C., 96, 131, 206 Chmelik, Susan Ann K., 94, 142 Chomezko, Richard F., 94, 163 Christensen, Carol Ann, 97 Christensen, Hans l., 161, 206 Christensen, Karen J., 10, 90, 134, 138 Christensen, Richard W., 97 Christian, Barbara Ann, 229 Christian, Roberta M., 62 Christiansen, James A., 230 Christiansen, Warren R., 150 Christopher, James, 194 Cicci, Carole Ann, 62, 230 Chichanski, Dorothy Ann, 162 Ciezodlo, Denis C., 62, 162, 204 Clark, Henry Irving, 94, 121 Clark, James Merrick, 239 Clark, Judith Ann, 97, 165, 207 Clark, Merrill Jacob, 62 Clausing, Myra Lee, 94 Clousius, Karen E., 62 Claybrook, Margaret E., 93 Clayton, Kenneth G., 97 Cleal, Judith Ann, 100, 163, 219 Clem, Janet Roe, 165 Clements, Joyce Olivia, 90, 137 Cler, Beverly Yvonne, 91, 141, 164 Coakley, Caroline Rue, 97 Cobb, Donald N., 99 Cobb, Nancy Jane, 62, 118 Cody, William Joseph, 62, 147, 206 Coffey, Thomas John, 97 Colbert, Earline, 98 Coldebella, Gilda John, 62, 153, 194, 235 Cole, Carol Jo, 96 Coleman, Linda Lou, 62 Coleman, Richard Paul, 62, 150 Collier, Dorothy Ann, 140, 164 Collier, Martha E., 63, 144 248 Collins, Audrey Clare, 97, 207 Collins, John J., Jr., 63 Collins, Norman Arthur, 63 Colosky, Rosalie Marie, 229 Commings, Sandro Jean, 96 Conard, Kay Gwendolyn, 140 Conklin, James T., 207 Conley, Virginia Mary, 92, 162, 237 Connellon, James M., 63 Connolly, Helen Marie, 163, 214 Connolly, Thomas F., 231 Conrad, Roy, 184 Conway, Lauroyne Agnes, 136, 237 Conwell, Thomas Joseph, 147 Cook, Carol Frances, 97 Cook, Deanna May, 96 Cook, Marlene Gail, 139 Cook, William Russell, 97 Cooney, Gerald A., 63, 147 Cooprider, Lee Lenore, 90, 127, 215, 217 Corbett, Derril A., 170, 172 Corbett, Sue Ann, 63 Corby, Roger Evan, 63, 152, 155 Corcoran, Mary Kay, 162 Corder, Julie Adele, 213 Cordier, Patricia F., 98 Cornwell, Nancy Marie, 91, 142 Corrigan, John James, 90, 151, 235 Corso, Judith Lynn, 141, 155, 163 Corwin, John Louis, 152, 230, 239 Casper, Maryrose, 96 Coudret, Diane Helen, 90, 143, 212 Covey, Bonnie Mae, 97, 212 Coviello, Roxanne Lucy, 98 Cox, John, 197 Cox, Mariorie Louise, 94, 165 Crabtree, Dennis R., 97, 175 Crage, Cynthia Louise, 137 Craigo, Mary Virginia, 94, 212 Crane, Vernadine Joan, 63, 219 Crawford, Gary, 190 Crawl, Marvin Larry, 97, 164 Creadon, Mary Vivian, 98 Cresswell, Anthony M., 97 Cromwell, Janice Anne, 90, 223 Crow, Sharon Ann, 125, 140, 162 Crull, Janet Carol, 94, 136, 155, 165 Crumb, Alice Patricia, 98 Crusan, Mary Jo, 95, 165, 223 Cugier, Don Raymond, 91 Cummings, Harry Robert, 147 Curran, Charles Carter, 159 Curran, William David, 90, 209 Currens, Kathleen E., 97 Curtis, Douglas B., 97 Curtiss, Kathryn Ann, 165 Curtright, Mickey Lee, 175 Czaia, Valdine Marie, 98 Czarnota, Carol June, 96 Czerkies, Edward M., 63, 221 D Daile, John P., 100 Dalbke, Lois Edna, 91, 142, 155 Dallman, Suzanne S., 97, 165, 230 Dalyk, Mary Ann, 63, 143, 162 Dalziel, Donna Mae, 97 Dambrauskas, Anthony, 63 Dambrauskas, Stanley, 175 Dammann, Elly, 98 D'Andrea, Beverly Gail, 162, 230 Dangerfleld, Larry, 194 Dannehl, Wayne Edward, 170 Darby, Priscilla Jean, 97, 165 Dargis, Pauline June, 63 Dauphin, Diana Kay, 98, 212 Davies, Peter, 63, 122, 123, 215, 243 Davis, Joseph, 216 Davis, Moriorie E., 91 Davis, Richard Lee, 63 Davison, Kenneth D., 221 Dayditt, Suzanne Helen, 138 Daylie, Patricia Y., 98 Deacon, Robert, 235 Dean, Richard Walter, 63, 146, 155 Deany, Dennis Lee, 63 Debates, Linda Lu, 96 Decker, John Leroy, 63 Decklar, Patricia Ann, 137, 230 Deibert, Sandra Jean, 96, 159, 161 De Joris, Robert D., 149 Delia, Therese Jean, 122, 139 DeMaria, Mary Ann N., 131, 140 DeMarse, Jean Margaret, 141, 164 DeMichaels, Eileen N., 98 DeMiriian, Susan Lilly, 63 Demith, Richard, 114 Denemark, Martin James, 194 Derer, Sharon Louise, 122 Desiron, Marcia Mae, 90 Deske, Margaret Ann, 90, 143, 162 Dettwiler, Delores Rae, 217 Deutsch, Allan Bernard, 123, 159 Deutsch, Marilyn Lea, 159 Devers, Beverly Joann, 98 DeVinney, Eleanor P., 121, 161 Deyo, Floyd Joseph, 170 DeYouna, Beverly Joy, 97 DeZutter, Joyce R., 63, 122, 139, 164, 165, 211 Diamond, Judy Ann, 143 Dick, David Beniamin, 63 Dickey, Judith Lynn, 162 Didden, Frederick E., 90, 204, 209, 231 Diebold, Robert M., 150, 206 Dieden, Robert C., 150 Diederich, Roberta Sue, 138 Dietrneier, Gary Edward, 98 Dipietro, Marco, 150 Disa, Diane, 63, 214, 215, 243 Disa, Michael Louis, 123 Divolcy, Mary Ann, 90, 212 Dad, Darlene Joy, 94 Doenier, Karen Lee, 139 Dolan, Beniamin Kerry, 152, 154 Dombrowski, Chester J., 147 Domke, Thomas Richard, 97 Donley, Carole Ann, 140, 229 Doretti, Gene Raymond, 64, 130, 133 Dorko, Carolyn Olga, 93, 120, 162 Dorn, Brock Edward, 97 Dorn, Deon Sherman, 64, 212 Dornbos, Darlyne Rae, 96 Double, Adrienne A., 64, 122, 124, 143, 230 Dougherty, Robert J., 97 Douthart, Sharon M., 64, 213, 241 Dow, Marie Mathilda, 160, 161 Doweidt, Patricia Ruth, 64, 119, 141 Dowgiallo, Patricia J., 96, 163 Downs, Arnie Arthur, 64, 151 Doyle, Frederick E., 231 Doyle, William Francis, 64 Drachenberg, Mary E., 137 Dressler, Robert, 188 Drew, Driscoll Philip, 149, 206 Drew, Karen Ann, 140 Drinan, Thomas Michael, 97 Driussi, Helene Joan, 64 Drog, Marlene Helen, 64, 127 Drucker, Thomas R., 98, 239 Drummet, Marsha lone, 96 Drummond, Mary Jean, 91 Dryer, Diane Colette, 140, 162 Dube, Carol Ann, 94, 212 Dude, Frederick Henry, 97 Dudek, Frederick John, 97 Duhiy, Timothy Owen, 99 DuFresne, Joan Gail, 129, 142, 242 Dunbar, Evo Jean, 94, 133, 136, 230 Dunkelberger, Lawrence, 90, 227 Dunlop, Roberta Muriel, 92, 213 Dunn, Loretta Joan, 90, 144, 213 Dunphy, Lawrence J., 151 Durante, Anthony Marlo, 150, 170, 172 Dussler, Robert Dale, 97 Dvorak, Nancy Julia, 100 Dvorak, Sheila Mae, 93, 122, 161 Dyas, John Stephen D., 94, 231 Dykstra, Charles, 64, 151, 176, 190 Dzielak, Lynette L., 143 E Eade, Cliltord George, 150, 175 Easterbrooks, Ramona A., 98 Eberheart, Dora Evelyn, 94 Eccles, Franklin Spray, 90, 235 Eck, Alan Victor, 170, 172 Eckardt, Allan Lee, 146, 154, 221 Eckardt, George David, 159 Edlund, Karen Louise, 64, 127, 141, 164, 213, Edlund, Kristen Faye, 93, 141 Edwards, Larry Wilson, 215 Edwards, Robert Miller, 235 Egert, James Ronald, 152 Eglitis, Janis V., 154 Eickman, Karen Louise, 64, 165, 206, 212 Eklund, James David, 64, 227 Elgen, Audrey Peters, 64 Elliott, Marilyn Alice, 90 Ellis, David Eugene, 64, 147, 175 Elsberg, Patricia, 64 Emenheiser, Louise A., 214, 215 Emerson, David Edward, 64 Emro, Julie Ann, 90, 136, 162 Engbrecht, Carole Ann, 98 Engnell, Florence Sue, 94 Entwhistle, Judith Ann, 229 Epple, Robert C., 151 Erickson, Joy Sigrid, 91 Erie, Catharine Elaine, 139 Eriksson, Marlene Lou, 94, 122, 161, 164 Erisman, Albert M., 98, 227 Ern, Roger Clarence, 64, 204 Ertsman, Louise Emily, 139 Escherich, Fred G., 151 Esdale, Alice Helene, 93, 121 Eshbaugh, Nancy Ruth, 98 Etherton, Sue Ann, 64, 137 Etnyre, Wilma Carol, 94, 161 Eudeikis, William E., 64, 190 Evanow, Margaret, 64 Evans, Daniel John, 64, 153 Evans, David Carl, 152 Evans, Edward Leslie, 147 Evans, George G., Jr., 178, 180 Evans, Robert Baxter, 184 Evanson, A. Edward, 152 Even, Shirley Jean, 93 Everett, Philip Mahan, 98, 100, 235 Eyre, James William, 65, 150 F Faber, Frederick Carl, 97 Fabian, David Lee, 98 Fagan, Howard E., 153, 170, 172, 235 Fagan, Patricia Ann, 162 Foletti, Carol Jean, 65, 138 Falk, David Henry, 65 Folk, Earl L., 122, 201, 216, 243 Faltz, Charles Albert, 147 Fanselow, John F., 123 Farley, William Gene, 65, 150 Farnham, Gilbert R., 65 Faust, Marilyn Luise, 219 Faust, Robert, 65 Feiereisel, Judy Mary, 91, 142 Feist, Donald Edmund, 65, 147, 163, 204, 206 Feldman, Eleanor L., 65 Feldman, Irwin Robert, 99 Felker, David Roger, 235 Fenceton, Kenneth E., 92, 160 Ferrera,'Tina, 97 Ferris, Sharon May, 65, 127, 129, 141, 164 Ferron, Jane Elizabeth, 98, 219 Fichte, Maxine Marie, 119, 138 Field, Ethel Dee, 65 Fike, Penelope Lee, 65, 164 Finucane, Donna K., 162 Fiordelisi, Jerry C., 65, 150 Fiorito, Michael J., 91, 147, 170, 172 Firkins, Marilyn J., 65 Fish, Stanley Arthur, 97 Fisher, Mary Patricia, 95, 212, 223 Fitz, Ruth, 65 Fitzgerald, Daniel P., 65, 207 Fitzpatrick, Anna May, 65 Fleming, Elizabeth J., 98, 162 Flinn, Lewis Andrew, 65, 170, 172, 178, 180, 1 Flowers, Jerome Edward, 194 Fontana, Don Leon, 150 Forke, Bruce Edward, 149 Forrest, Sharon L., 94 Forsgr Fos set en, Mary C., 98 t, Joyce Mae, 98 Foster, Allen Daniel, 92, 190 Foster, Carole Kay, 96 Foster, John Roscoe, 65 Foster, Marcia Lou, 92 Foster, Rose Marie, 138 Fouts, Robert Edward, 92, 146 Fox, Robert Lee, 90, 207, 230, 231 Foy, Barbara Louise, 137 Franch, Lillian V., 65, 139 Franci Franci s, Josephine, 140 s, Lois Ann, 91 Franczyk, Michael L., 146 Frank, Lori Mitchell, 66, 150 Franklin, Gregory C., 94, 123 Franz, John Bernard, 243 Franzen, Robert N., 94, 123, 160, 212 Frary, Bart, 94 Frederick, Alfred D., 231 Freese, Nina Joan, 119, 122, 142 French, Leonard Edward, 90, 123, 235 Frey, Roger Kay, 66 Fricano, Agnes Estelle, 94 Frigo, Peter T., 150 Frink, Joseph L., 230 Frisk, Sharryn Jane, 66 Fritsch, Kenneth Lloyd, 90 Fritz, Janice Elaine, 137 Fritz, Marleene Joyce, 66, 139 Fromm, Barbara Mae, 97, 227 Froncek, Carole Ann, 96, 162 Frost, Fryar, Stanley H., 90, 123 Dawn Sharon, 218 Frydendall, Phillip R., 243 Fuchs, Mary Jane, 90 Fuhler, Richard Henry, 66, 204, 206 G Furlong, Patricia B., 98 Gabinski, Theris Mark, 90 Gackowski, Dian, 99 Gallery, Joyce Ann, 119 Galster, Gail Lee, 93 Galvin, Lester Shane, 162 Gamble, William James, 66, 151 Gamez, Robert, 66 Gammon, Dorothy Mae, 237 Gant, Gorbe Norma Angela, 119, 122, 144 rg, Leon Allen, 98, 240 Gardner, Gerald Heman, 154 Gardner, John Orin, 66 Garnhart, Georgianna S., 98 Garrity, John Patrick, 147 Gasporini, Richard l.ee,.66, 190 Gasper, John B., 125, 147, 214 Gaudutis, Evelyn Carol, 137 Gaw, Judy, 98 Gayer, Ann Patricia, 98, 162 Gaylord, Raymond Alan, 66 Geati, Sam Vincent, 92, 163 Gebhart, Leroy James, 66 Geiger, James Eugene, 66 Geiken, Sidney Howard, 151 Geiseman, Judith Ann, 98, 165 Geison, Carmen Faye, 95 Genenz, Constance H., 97 Gentry, Larry Ross, 178, 194, 235 George, Jacqueline Mae, 66, 142, 162, 213, 229 George, Kathleen V., 66, 142, 204 Gephart, Inez Moe, 99 Gerber, Lois Anne, 98, 206 Gering, John Albert, 170 Gerretse, Jeanette E., 237 Gertenrich, Jane Alice, 92, 214, 215 Gertmonn, Patricia Ann, 66 Gesto, Joseph Paul, 149, 154 Giambeluca, Jerry L., 94 Gianis, Anne Elaine, 98, 163 Giardino, John Richard, 66, 153 Giles, Ronald Lewis, 66, 149 Gilla Marilyn Jeune, 206, 229 Gillespie, Jean, 92 Gillespie, Robert Clay, 66 Gilmore, Charlotte R., 66 Gilmore, Suzanne Ruth, 119, 124 Ginncmore, Frank, 170 Gintzler, Harvey David, 90, 148 Gipson, Sue Ellen, 98, 165 Glass, Bonnie Lou, 96 Gleason, Rose Ann, 97, 163 Glenn, Judith O., 98 Glogovsky, Richard W., 91, 147 Glogovsky, Robert L., 66, 147 Glon, Robert Louis, 90, 162 Glaor, Roberta, 67 Glover, Lydia Jane, 93, 137 Gnogni, Sheila Kay, 100, 219 Gnatek, John Joseph, 67, 149 Goembel, Marlene Marie, 98, 165, 219 Gott, Barbara Jean, 99, 219 Goldberg, Melvyn, 67, 159 Goldbogen, Deborah D., 98, 159 Goldman, Peggy Ann, 96, 230 Goldman, Robert Wayne, 243 Gonnella, Marianna A., 98, 163 Good, William Robert, 170 Goodin, James Stanley, 98 Goadspeed, Robert H., 152 Gordon, Elizabeth Ann, 98 Gordon, Robert Drury, 100, 231 Gorman, Margaret Rose, 96, 163, 218 Gorzynski, Dolores l., 163 Goshgarian, David Asa, 170 Grach, Leo Henry, 184 Grady, Judith Ann. 91, 120 Graf, Linda Ruth, 165 Grofstrom, Milo Roy, 129 Graham, William F., 175 Grant, George William, 67, 150 Gray, Robert Lee, 91, 123, 158 Green, Joan Louise, 97 Greeness, Judith Ann, 96, 227 Gregory, Hallie Essey, 98, 175 Grenda, Richard George, 67 Greyer, Delores Jean, 67, 219 Grittin, Guy R., 91, 123, 152, 230, 239 Grimes, John Vernon, 67 Grimes, Rollan Everett, 124, 230 Grimshaw, Alan Edward, 98 Griswold, Kay Jean, 91 Groos, Robert, 146, 164 Groth, Raymond Alton, 90, 148, 155 Grove, Tom William, 175 Grube, Diane Marie, 163, 218 Gruben, Judith Ann, 95, 206 Gruhn, Janice, Singne, 94, 136, 165 Grund, Donald Michael, 92, 148 Grund, Raymond Roy, 67, 154, 206 Grzyb, Lenare Pauline, 67, 118, 127 Guastella, Rosemary, 99 Guerin, Arlene Frances, 67, 137 Guerino, Francis R., 67, 147 Guerra, Richard David, 67 Guetschow, Judith Ann, 161 Guldenbecker, Diane R., 91, 212, 213 Gulino, Rose Jeanne, 138 Gunn, Elizabeth Ann, 90, 144, 213 Gursky, Deanna Ruth, 97 Gussick, Sandra Lee, 98 Gustafson, Howard W., 67 Gustafson, John Alfred, 90, 148, 161 Gustafson, Judith Ann, 97 Guthrie, Eleanore M., 139 Guyerson, Rosetta M., 119, 131, 163 Guyon, Joan A., 138, 155 Guzak, Raymond Henry, 184, 186 H Haacker, Eleanor Ann, 67 Haan, Roger Paul, 221 Haas, Arlan Frederick, 94 Haberle, Helen A., 99 Hacker, Charlotte Rose, 104, 110, 119, 137, 158 Hockler, Roger Edward, 154, 163 Hackman, Judith Mary, 98, 165 Hadley, Rita Mable, 125, 140 Haemker, Wayne Hollis, 235 Haerle, Margaret, 67, 141 Hater, Elaine Marie, 91, 136, 162 Hagen, Alene Ann, 65, 143 Hagman, Lois Margaret, 100 Hagman, Marilyn E., 119, 139 Hahn, Agnes Meyer, 67, 201 Hahn, Joanne Therese, 119, 122, 137, 155, 163 Hahn, Sue Carol, 122 Haines, Barbara Jean, 99 Hall, Jo Anne, 140 Hall, John Howard, 133, 147, 163, 190 Hallaron, Stanley G., 160 Hallden, James Edward, 99 Halverson, Orrie A., 91 Hamilton, James W., 94, 123, 164 Hamlin, James Clayton, 154 Hammargren, Kay Lois, 141 Hammatt, Margaret Fern, 99, 165 Hampton, Alice Frances, 230 Hampton, Ronald Milton, 99, 160 Hancur, Joeine Louise, 93, 164 Handzel, .loan C., 96 Hanegan, Kathleen Ruth, 139 Haney, Patricia Dee, 94, 165, 223 Hanke, John Edward, 98, 227 Hann, John Ronald, 67, 147, 227 Hanrahan, David Earl, 160, 161 Hansen, David Roy, 90, 148, 162, 165, 216, 240 Hansen, Ellen Lee, 91 Hansen, George F., 91, 145, 163, 206 Hansen, Jo Ann Darlene, 91 Hansen, Hansen, Hanson, Judith Lynne, 93 Ronald Earl, 67, 147, 170, 172 Judith Merle, 97, 161 Hanzelin, Ronald Clark, 91, 160, 161 Happ, Bertram August, 67, 127, 162 Hardin, Thomas Lewis, 131 Harmon, Harmon, Ellis, Jr., 175 Robert Earl, 90 Harms, Robert Edward, 231 Harms, Robert Eugene, 67, 152 Harper, Sally Lee, 99 Harrington, James M., 153 Hartwick, Mary Ann, 67, 137, 204, 206 Haseltine, Robert W., 241 Haskell, Haskins, Hathawa Anita Chloe, 96 Rose Marie, 98 y, Janet Bush, 68 Hauk, Judy Lee, 94, 160 Hausknecht, Lloyd A., 148, 161 Hawk, Robert Roscoe, 187 Hayes, Dorothy May, 99, 165 Hayes, Patricia Ann, 68, 122, 165, 215, 223 Hayes, Ronald Butler, 206 Haymond, Jack LaRoy, 231 Haynes, Susan, 98 Hayter, Mary Overman, 165 Hearl, Barbara Jean, 68, 142 Heath, Jane Margaret, 68, 134, 164 Hecht, Hannah Melanie, 159 Heckman, Larry Paul, 163 Hedberg, Allan George, 92, 160 Hetfron, Edith Eileen, 99, 219 Heid, Carol Rountree, 98 Heiden, Suzanne Ruth, 90, 165, 212 Heinz, Douglas Robert, 68 Heiss, Frederick Peter, 175 Heitzman, Donald R., 163 Heller, Charles W., 68, 124 Heller, Marianne Ruth, 68, 137, 219 Hellman, William John, 68 Hemenover, William G., 91, 123 Heminover, Marian C., 143, 161 Henard, John C., 68, 145 Henhest, Robert S., 165, 214 Henderson, Janet Lee, 118, 122, 134, 141 Hendricker, David G., 98, 239 Henehan, Gail Lenore, 99 Henigan, Patricia, 90, 110, 120 Henle, Mariorie Ann, 237 Henne, Donald Bert, 91, 119 Henscheid, Linda H., 90, 229 Herbst, Frances Kay, 229 Herman, Janet Barbara, 99 Herman, Nancy, 159 Hermann, Merrill L., 68 Hermann, William E., 68, 122, 154 Hermes, Anne Margaret, 142 Hester, Virginia Dale, 143 Hicks, Ronald Gene, 149 Higasl-aide, Elsa Y., 68 Higginbothan, Thomas M., 68, 122, 240 Hill, Donald Eugene, 133 Hill, Hellen Louise, 96 Hill, Nancy Louise, 142, 218 Hiller, Lois Louise, 94, 142, 206 Hilliard, Mary Rose, 201 Hitt, Geraldine Louise, 93, 139 Hinkelsmidt, Fredriko, 96 Hinkle, Robert Lewis, 95 Hinrlchs, Gary Lee, 98, 133, 212, 221 Hinton, Barbara Jean, 144 Hintzsche, Marilyn J., 92, 119, 160 Hinz, Franklin Rhodes, 154 Hinz, Joann Jeanette, 94, 118, 142, 237 Hinz, Judith Ann, 96, 159 Hirata, Evelyn Matsuyo, 99 Hoelzer, Bernice Alma, 91, 161 Hoey, Harry Leonard, 68, 235 Holi, Carolyn Aileen, 68 Hoffman, Marilyn Mae, 237 Hoffman, Holiiman, Norman Lee, 68, 206 Robert M., 68 Hofstrom, Juanita L., 68 Hogard, Kathryn Anna, 93 Hogberg, Irene J., 99, 206 Hohensee, Lorraine M., 94, 136 Haiberg, Anne Louise, 68, 219 Holan, Arlene Joyce, 95, 165, 212 Holderman, Karen F., 91, 165, 223 Hollerauer, Rita, 99 Hollis, Marilyn Jean, 140 Hallman, Judith Minna, 99 Holly, Raymond Albert, 68, 221 Holmberg, Carol Alma, 91, 212, 213 Holmberg, Charlene Ann, 93, 163 Halmbo, Holmes, Holmes, Marilynn Gail, 99 David Sheridan, 165 Jack Edwin, 231 Holmes, Kay Elaine, 94 Holmquist, Gene Edward, 69, 150 Holochwost, Betty Joan, 137 Holous, Wayne Edward, 94, 152 249 Holste, Lynne Diane, 91, 213 Holstrom, Nancy Anne, 99, 165, 219 Homfeldt, Lawrence E., 99, 133 Honemann, Gerald Gene, 99 Hoogheim, Gary Edward, 98, 121, 209, Hopkins, Jeanne M., 138, 213 Horan, Judy Lynn, 212 Horchem, Nancy Loretta, 121 Horn, William Thomas, 69 Horst, Judith Anita, 91, 143 Horton, Robert, 119, 123, 133 Hossick, William, 119 Hottle, Jack Edward, 90 Howard, Mary Ellen, 92, 163 Howe, Ann Louise, 97 Howe, Greg W., 69, 150 Hoyer, Eleanor Rose, 69 Hoyt, Robert Don, 69 Hruby, Joyce Lynne, 94, 119, 122, 142, 1 212, 227, 240 61 Johnson, Thomas Joseph, 70, 147, 190 Johnson Ulysses S., 99 206 Johnson, Veryl Lois, 94, 139 Johnson, Wendell, 178, 183 Johnson, William D., 154 Johnston, Donald Kirby, 70 Johnston, Mary Ethel, 138 Johnston, Mary Kay, 93, 141, 162 Jolly, Aleyander H., 70, 124 Jolly, Donna, 124 Jonak, Robert John, Jr., 150 Jones, Carolyn Ann, 99 Jones, David Emerson, 164 Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Dora Aliese, 91, 119, 219 Elizabeth K., 1 00, 230 Elizabeth L., 99 Judith Lee, 94, Joppa, Douglas Alon, 161 Jones, Warren Orville, 148 95 Jorgesen, Roberta A., 70 70 Joseph, Eurise Janice, 94, 144, 206 Hudson, Clifford C., 170, 184, 186 HulT, Harold Clorance, 154 Joscelyn, David Alan, Huggins, Lulu Belle, 96 Hughes, Ronald Edward, 91, 221 Huizenga, Paul Robert, 149 Hull, Howard Robert, 69 Humphrey, Fred Patrick, 99 Hunt, Kay Frances, 100 Hunt, Melvin Lee, 91 Hunt, Richard Earl, 150 Huntman, Judith Carol, 165 Hurban, Rodney Wayne, 151 Huske, Philip Adrian, 69, 148, 231 Husser, Gene Warren, 151 Hutchinson, Joanne R., 99 Hutchison, Carol Marie, 69, 139 Hutchison, Susan E., 139, 158, 229 Hutten, James C., 69, 162 Hyde, Harland Earl, 98, 227, 239 Hylander, Sidonie Rae, 237 Hyllberg, Ruth v., 119,161 Hyndz, Douglas James, 133 lhfe, Joanne, 91, 165 lrnes, Martha Ann, 91, 119, 142, 164 lmmel, Susan Lorraine, 99 lngratila, Maria Diana, 140, 162 lrwin, Patricia Isbell, Robert lssel, William Iversen, Joyce lversen, Karen lvy, Carol Aile Kay, 141, 164 Eugene, 92, 150 Edgar, 209 Diane, 99, 206 LaVerne, 93, 159 en, 69, 213 J Jourdan, William G., Juengling, Robert G., Jufiernbruch, Fred P. 152, 206 212, 235 , 99, 165 Jung, Paul W., 70, 133 Junghen, Jane E., 218 Juravic, Jerome Walter, 99 Jurkovac, Chester J., 94, 175 Jackman, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Joan Claire, 140 Avis Chorlyn, 96 Betty Ann, 90 Charles John, 93 Gerrie June, 96 Janice Ruth, 99 Jacobsen, Ronald A., 69, 100 K Kobarec, Paul L., 70, 150 Kaczmarek, Raymond V., 70 Kadar, Fay Dianne, 142 Kadlec, Sylvia Diane, 90, 129, 140 Kahlo, linda Marlene, 99 Kahn, Arlene Louise, 91, 118, 142 Kaiser, Donald Paul, 91 Kaiser, Sandra Jean, 92 Koitschuk, Joan C., 70 Kalinowski, Nancy M., 158 Kallstedt, Thomas R., 70, 147, 162 Kalter, Marcia Marie, 139, 168 Kaltofen, Alvin Joseph, 170 Kalvig, Barbara Claire, 70, 162 Kambich, Anthony L., 70, 147 Kamin, Diane Mary, 94, 137, 162, 206 Kamnikar, Anthony A., 92, 162 Kampen, Nancy Ellen, 96, 165 Kantzler, Carol Marie, 94 Kopter, John Delbert, 70, 209 Kareta, Nancy Kay, 70, 139 Karolus, William H., 70, 159 Kasak, Paul Richard, 162 Kasnicka, Kenneth J., 154 Kasper, Jerrold Dale, 70, 160, 161, 164 Kasper, Marionn K., 91 Kass, Eugene Lee, 91, 221 Kass, Judith Anne, 216 Kostran, Ann, 99 Katzer, Barbara M., 99 Kauppinen, Ronald T., 70, 150 Kearby, Robert Warren, 70 Kearns, Martin C., 70 Keding, Betty Ann, 100 Jacobson, Shirley H., 69, 159, 241 Jaeger, Charlotte Ann, 69, 211 Jaglinski, Georgiana M., 138 Jahnke, Donald Howard, 69, 149 Jokes, Ronald Harold, 69, 197 Jakobi, Sharon Marie, 98 Jakubka, Francis A., 92, 147, 162 James, Sandra Gayl, 91, 212 Jando, Pamela Ann, 90, 141, 163 Janetxke, Andrew R., 97, 175 Janis, Carol Ann, 140 Janssen, Ann Elizabeth, 99 Jaros, Ami Mary, 92 Jensen, Dale Willard, 175, 235 Jensen, John A., Jr., 99 Jensen, Neal Stanley, 94 Jerdin, Paula Jean, 96 Jerikian, John Michael, 99 Jessup, John Malcolm, 69 Jessup, Mary Etta Cich, 69 Jimenez, Jorge Jesus, 216 Jirasek, George Joseph, 99 Johansen, Lawrence C., 69 Johns, Donald Arthur, 69 KeetTer, Ronald Leigh, 71, 149 Kehoe, Mary Mildred, 96 Kehoe, Timothy Francis, 154 Keil, Wallace Michael, 207 Kekish, Joyce Marie, 141 Keller, Keller, Keller, Keller, Kelly, Barbara Jean, 71 Karen C., 162 Raymond Hugh, 71, 150 Ronald James, 124 James Bartley, 94, 231 Kemp, Sandra Jeanne, 158, 237 Kendrick, Ronald Wayne, 90 Kennelick, Thomas M., 96 Kent, Marcia Margaret, 71, 217 Kercher, Louise Esther, 96 Kerlin, Barbara Jean, 91, 118, 142 Kerner, Richard Allen, 71, 170, 173, 19 Kerschke. Edson C., 221 Key, Eleanor G., 144 Keyes, Katharine E., 99 Kibbons, Lloyd Edward, 175 Kieca, Maureen Rose, 110, 143, 155 Kieft, Margaret Ann, 97 Kiene, Lynn Eleanor, 138 Johnson, Barbara Ann, 69, 134, 158 Johnson, Barbara E., 99 Johnson, Florence H., 94 Johnson, Gloria Marian, 137, 139 Johnson, Gloria Marsh, 91, 125 Johnson, Jacqueline M., 96 Johnson, Jean Kay, 99, 165 Johnson, Jerry Duane, 94, 161 Johnson, Johnson, Joan Marie, 99 Judith Elaine, 94, 142 Johnson, Judith Joy, 99 Johnson, June S., 99 Johnson, Larry Eugene, 123 Johnson, Lois Ann, 99, 165 Johnson, Louise Martin, 69, 230 Johnson, Johnson Phyllis Grace, 90, 160, 161, 219 Priscilla K., 70 Johnson, Randall M., 123 Johnson, Richard W., 154 Johnson, Robert Dale, 70, 150 Johnson, Johnson Johnson, 250 I Robert Phelps, 151, 193, 230 Rosalie May, 110, 124, 139, 215, 230 Sandra Lee, 212 Kilgore, Janet Louise, 93, 141, 162 Kincaid, John Bruce, 91, 149 Kinchen, David Martin, 94, 240 Kinchen, Larry Irvin, 240 Kindstrom, Mariorie J., King. Carole Suzanne, 9 King, Charles Scott, 99 King, Patricia Gail, 110 90, 143 9 ,136 Kingery, Judith Claire, 96 Kirby, Kathleen Marie, 96, 158 Kirschner, Carol A., 99 Kisiel, Fred Anthony, 150 Kisler, Betty Jean, 71 Kittlesan, Charles, 193 Kiell, Kathryn Lois, 71, Klaeger, Robert Walter, 160 94, 175 Klemme, Nancy Jeanne, 71 Klima, Nancy Carol, 99 Kline, Patricia Ann, 71 Klingman, Marita Joyce, 96, 165 Klingsporn, Charles A., 235 Kloepfer, Richard F., 91, 123, 176 Klotz, Dwight Alvin, 160 0 Knabe, Gary Edward, 94, 161, 176 Knapp, Donna Ann, 91, 213 Knapp, William George, 71 Knee, Patricia Betsy, 99 Knickerbocker, Marilyn, 104, 139, 163 Knight, Brian Dennis, 150 Knodle, Joan Seidel, 71 Knutel, Fred, 193 Kobat, Jean Ann, 137 Kocando, Joan Marie, 71, 218 Koch, Edward Frank, 71, 206, 231 Kocoras, Charlotte, 96 Koehler, Robert P., 154, 165 Koerner, Beverly Jean, 160, 201 Kolar, Joan Marie, 93, 138, 162 Kolin, Delphine Marie, 94 Kolk, Edward Charles, 99 Kometani, Dorothy M., Kontos, William Harry Kopczyk, Franklin E., 93,122, 124 , 184 153 Kosciolek, Judith Mae, 92 Koshut, Annette Eve, 96 Kostas, Penelope lrene, 99 Kotaska, John Kenneth, 71, 207 Kott, Judith Mary, 98 Kowalski, Casimir D., 71, 163 Kowalski, Phyllis Mae, 229 Kozlowski, Lawrence M., 240, 241 Kraft, Dean Edward, 152, 231 Kroinc, Barbara Jo, 96 Kral, Judith Moe, 96 Kramer, Kathleen L., 71 Kratochvil, Carol Ann, 92 Kraus, Diane Winifred, 160 Krech, Adolf Mantried, 71, 161 Kreeger, Jim Stanley, 165, 194 Kresl, Judith Ann, 119, 137 Kretschmar, Barbara J., 100 Kronvold, Barbara Ann, 94, 227 Krooth, Esther, 71, 218 Kruczek, Gloria Jean, 99, 162 Krueger, Judith Marie, 141, 162 Krueger, Rudolph R., 235 Kruger, Carol Jean, 94 Kruszynski, Eleanare P., 71, 223 Kruzic, Ralph John, 153 Kubik, June Helen, 99 Kubish, Norman John, 212 Kucera, Deanna Marie, 71, 143 Kuchar, Erich William, 93 Kuchta, Jerry Edward, 72 Kudlaty, Ruby Jean, 94, 237 Kuehl, Marilee Jean, 94, 202 Kuhns, William Leroy, 154 Kunklor, Thomas Jay, 133 Kuranz, Kyle Alan, 99 Kuschke, Edson, 72 L LoBruna, Maryann Helen, 162, 212 Lace, Patricia Anne, 137, 163, 218 Locki, Joseph James, 72 laCorte, Santo James, 221 LoDue, Kathleen, 164 Lafayette, Gerald W., 231 Lafley, Thomas Michael, 170, 194 Laibe, Alice Florence, 72, 163 Lambert, Wayne L., 72 LaMont, Lester Ray, 99, 183, 235 LaMorte, Suzanne L., 119, 161 Lompa, Wayne Allen, 98 Lana, Gerald, 72 Lang, Robert Michael, 154 Lange, Lloyd Dennis, 99 Lapacek, Jean Blanche, 72, 118 Larabee, Joann, 93, 161 Larkin, Sandro Louise, 72 Larsen Larsen Hedy Bertina, 164 Rosalie Diane, 241 Larsonz Ardus Mae, 72, 213 Larson, Duane Edmund, 201 Larson, Gaylen Nevoy, 96 Larson Larson Larson Gladys L., 99, 160, 161 Z Kenneth Wesley, 206 , Lloyd E., 72, 207, 243 Larson, Murriel Jean, 91, 138 Larson, Priscilla Moe, 94 Lossev ille, Helen, 97 Latz, Eugene Henry, 72, 152, 155 Lauritzen, Eugene E., 91, 154, 207 Lazar, Robert Jordan, 159 LeBeau, Barbara Ann, 72, 227 Ledowski, Rita E., 72, 124, 142, 215, 230 Lee, Mary Louise, 72 Lee, Robert Edward, 96 Lettelman, Larry C., 147 Legan, George Bernard, 72, 153 Lehman, Mary Miranda, 72 Lehmann, Dian Gail, 90, 218 Leigh, David Stanley, 124 Leighty, Roberta Carol, 98 Lemker, Margaret Ann, 142 Lemon, Carol Frances, 72, 141, 211 Lenahan, Marleen Jill, 99 Lenkart, Jeanne R., 72, 143, 162, 219 Lentz, Jeanne E., 138, 155 Lerette, Raymond J., 96, 100, 235 Lesnik, John Louis, 72, 147 LeTurno, Denver John, 72, 158, 204, 207 Levihn, John Louis, 153 Levin, Monyeen Dee, 72 Lewerenx, Carole Crews, 73 Mobley, Lewis, Jo Ann, 99 Lianzi, Theresa Louise, 214 Liebmann, Gerald Ray, 97 Lincoin, James Walden, 121, 133 Lind, Kraig Alan, 96 Linablom, David E., 150 Lindell, Gerald Roger, 221 Lindemann, Edward Earl, 99 Lindenmeyer, Nancy R., 73, 141 Lindgren, Anita L., 137 Lindgren, Loretta Jean, 96 Lindich, Rudolph W., 151 Lindquist, Bernard A., 99 Link, Lauretto Ann, 164 Link, Nancy Ann, 93, 163 Linker, Charles W., 147, 214 linquist, Mary M., 73 Lipinski, Dorothy A., 142, 155 LiDPcldt, Leonard L., 133, 221 Lipsker, Mariorie A., 73, 139 Liptrot, Harold John, 99 Litoria, Marvin Craig, 160 Little, John Charles, 119 Loon, Mary Anastasia, 94, 162 Lockhart, Nancy Joan, 140 Loef, John Francis, 73, 123 Logan, Anita Rae, 120, 143, 237 Logan, Mary Jane, 98, 165, 230 Lohr, Josephine Kay, 99 Lomas, Phillip Allan, 73 Long, Loretta Mae, 206 Longman, Ronald Bruce, 231 Longoria, H. Elizabeth, 216 Lookabaugh, Margaret H., 99 Lopez, Martha Ann, 100 Lovelady, Berniece, 73, 138 Lovett, Phyllis Jean, 237 Loving, Robert Earl, 73, 131 Lowe, Warren Oliver, 91, 240 Lowery, Vera Rae, 94, 229 Lucas, Donna Jean, 144, 230 Lucas, Janet Lee, 93, 141 Lucas, Mary Ann, 96 Lucchese, Arthur James, 206 Luckett, Paul Edward, 99 Lund, Donald John, 73, 151 Lundberg, Lewis John, 93 Lundberg, Wayne A., 73, 151 Lundborg, Anne Marie, 91, 119, 142, 230 Lundin, Marvin O., 153 Luomala, Karl John, 93, 152 lussky, Joyce Audrey, 73, 127, 128, 142, 230 Lutz, Janet Ruth, 93 Magiora, Deanna M., 98, 143, 163 Magnuson, Marilyn M., 100 Mahoney, Mary Joyce, 96 Maiewski, Charles John, 91, 154 Makel, Wayne George, 74 Makin, Ned Park, 94 Maloney, James Ralph, 230 Maloney, Neil Anthony, 97 Mander, Ronald Willard, 74 Manion, Kathleen Ann, 93, 242 Mantle, Jim, 99 Mantoan, James Anthony, 206 Manusas, Robert Thomas, 153 Manzke, Barbara Anne, 74, 138 Marchuk, Dennis H., 149 Marcis, Marilyn Louise, 140, 218 Marecek, Marilyn C., 99, 160 Marela, Richard Wayne, 74, 147 Margelli, Carol Ann, 141, 162 Marker, Sally Jean, 137 Markese, Marie Blanche, 99 Markham, Clarence M., 162, 204, 206, 212, Markl, Arnold Julius, 125 Marks, Joseph Andrew, 74, 221 Marlin, Martha Ann, 93, 165 Mars, Ray W., 74 Marsola, Patricia M., 97, 162 Marsh, Roy Nelson, 151, 206 Marshall, Robert T., 90, 148 Martens, Jane Agatha, 142 Martin, Carole Nanette, 159 Martin, Donald, 209 Martin, Jane Andrea, 165 Martinson, John Henry, 154 Marut, Julius Walter, 74, 104 Marzano, Roberta F., 74, 141, 163 Masick, Harriet Doris, 91, 159, 242 Masilunis, Carole Y., 74, 120 Maslanka, Richard S., 95 Masler, Phyllis Esther, 159 Matheny, Don William, 74, 123, 164 Mathews, Honora Agnus, 74, 242 Matkovic, Raymond J., 74, 221 Matson, Arlene Mae, 99 Matthew, Joanne Elaine, 93, 142, 160, 212 Matthews, Darrell D., 74 Matthewson, Thomas L., 74 Mauzer, Edward Lester, 74, 162 Maxwell, Dale Ralph, 160, 161 Maxwell, Robert James, 98 May, Ronald Charles, 150, 178, 180 Maypole, Thomas Alan, 75, 122, 158, Meacham, Jean Kay, 99 215 240 Mitchell, Bonnie, 99, 212 Mitchell, Bruce Alex, 75, 164 Mitchell, George L., 149 Mitchell, Michael John, 75 Mitchell Mitter, D Nancy Gail, 93, 165 awn Elaine, 75 Mix, Jerome Richard, 206 Coleman Taylor, 243 Moede, Karen Arlen, 99 Motiatt, Cynthia May, 119, 122, 134 Moisand, Robert Earl, 75, 146 Molenar, Diane Lois, 96 Molis, Virginia Mary, 93 Molitor, Donald S., 153, 194 Moloney, Robert M., 170 Monegain, Martin, 75 Montemayor, Elizabeth, 243 Moore, Eva Louraine, 97 Moore, Janet Kay, 99, 165, 218 Moore, John Patrick, 230 Moore, Richard Albert, 93 Moore, Robert Lean, 99 Morano, Michael Victor, 75 More, Meredith Carol, 75 Moreland, Ronald James, 194 Morgan, David Harold, 92, 149 Morgan, Diane Kathryn, 93, 137 Morgan, Margaret C., 75, 136, 159 Morrasy, Frank Wilbur, 206 Morris, Andrea Baillie, 143, 230 Morris, Grace Ellen, 98 Morris, James Harry, 76 Morris, Joyce Ann, 91, 212 Morris, Lloyd Erwin, 76 Morris, Michael, 153, 170, 172 Morrison, Phyllis Jean, 91 Moses, R obert E., 76 Moss, Sandra Ruth, 139 Moutvic, Thomas C., 227 Moy, Laverne Joyce, 93 Mueller, Mueller, Kathleen Lois, 99, 165 L. Daniel, 151 Mullis, Kay S., 76, 141 Mumme, Susan Lee, 165 Mum-mn, time E., 90, 141, 1.52, 213 Munger, Judson Clark, 154 Murbach, Joyce Marilyn, 97, 207 Murino, Gary Robert, 151, 155 Murry, John F., 93 Murtaugh, Judith K., 163 Musgrave, Vero Louise, 161 Musker, Jack, 76 Musser, Roger Leroy, 149 Luxton, Lucille Ena, 93 Lyford, Diane Ruth, 96 Lyman, Lorna Elizabeth, 212 Lynch, Florence Edith, 206 Lynott, Terry Patrick, 93, 230 Lyon, Margaret Sue, 73, 136, 158 Lyons, Lucia Ann, 73, 118, 141, 162 Lyons, Merle Honath, 73 Lyons, Patricia D., 94, 122, 164 Lyons, Robert Bruce, 93 M Mead, Thomas Edward, 121, 204, 206 Meeker, Gary Eldred, 150 Meekma, Harry, 75, 207 Meier, Robert William, 93 Meier, Roger Allen, 93 Meiley, Claudia Jean, 96 Meistas, Judith Ann, 163 Meister, Roger Donald, 221, 227 Meles, William Walter, 93, 164, 230 Melnik, Marlene M., 75, 143, 162 Melvin, Sally Ja, 99 Mentz, Julie Irene, 93 Myers, Richard Albert, 153, 170 Myers, Thomas Edward, 92 N Nahabedian, George M., 76, 153 Nahcs, George Edward, 76, 162, 206 Napoli, Matthew Joseph, 76, 239 Narten, Susan Elsa, 98 Nauert, Gladys G., 96, 162 Neath, Carol Josephine, 91, 139 Neblock, David Cameron, 96 McBriarty, Charles A., 73, 154, 163 McColeb, Debby Karen, 93 McColl, Carol Agnes, 99 McCall, Harry Joe, 231 McClendon, Judith Ann, 93, 141, 218 McClinton, Ruth Ann, 91, 139, 219 McCloskey, William C., 73, 154 McComb, Jeanette M., 93, 206 McConnell, Kathryn L., 99, 229 McConnell, Philip Alan, 178, 206 McCormick, Sharon Anne, 100, 229 McCubbin, Terry Reed, 73, 150 McCulloch, R. King, 154 McDermott, Kathleen G., 120, 129, 140 McDougal, Horace L., 99, 162, 240 McDowell, Alfred Dale, 73 McDowell, Larry Lee, 151 McFarland, Don William, 73 McGahey, Gerald Martin, 91, 147 McGann, James Bernard, 73, 162, 206 McGee, Heather Jean, 93, 140, 155 McGinnis, Robert E., 206 McGoorty, Roberta Ann, 61, 122 Merk, Jeanette C., 73, 139, 155, 219 Merrill, Barbara Jill, 91 Merritt, George E., 243 Mershimer, Leonard Roy, 75, 146, 154, 202 Messaglia, James G., 235 Mest, Carman Scott, 151, 197 Metrow, Mary Alice, 93 Metzcus, Richard H., 175 Metzler, Philip Ernest, 96 Mewes, Nancy Jane, 99 Meyer, James A., 160, 161 Meyer, Robert J., 154 Meyers, Elaine Marie, 99 Meyers, Harvey Arnold, 154, 206 Miccolis, Dominic John, 162 Michaels, Leroy Peter, 91, 154 Middieton, Charles R., 75, 122, 149, 194 Middleton, Neil David, 231 Mikaelian, Julia, 75 Milas, Edward Thomas, 96 Milasich, Rhoda Ann, 96 Milbrandl, George D., Jr., 75 Mild, Eugene Lawrence, 99, 159 Militello, John Philip, 75 Millard, Darrell James, 93 Nelson, Barbara Ann, 76, 141 Nelson, David Andrew, 76 Nelson, Helen E., 119, 142,161, 215 9 Nelson, Howard Edwin, 100, 11 Nelson, Judith Carlene, 98 Nelson, Larry, 93 Nelson, Lynore Joann, 98 Nelson, Paul Alden, 76, 130 Nelson, Richard Albert, 121, 130, 149 Nelson, Robert Lynn, 153 Nelson, Roger Ray, 98 Nemec, Caroll Ellen, 76 Neophito s, Gerald John, 235 Nesler, Marianne Lau, 76, 122, 127, 211, 212 Neumann, Clyde Harold, 98 Neumann, Dorothy G., 93, 164, 230 Neumann, Janet Elaine, 93, 212 Neumann, Louise Carole, 90 Neumann, Robert, 190 Nevenhoven, Marlene J., 139 Newman, Newron, Neybert, Patricia M., 96 Jacqueline L., 99 Kenneth E., 154 Nicholson, Richard J., 76 McGrath, Maureen C., 99 Mcllvoy, Mclnerne Robert Eugene, 231 y, Dennis M., 99 Mclntyre, Joseph Henry, 119 McKee, Charles Everett, 73, 207 McKendri ck, Nancy L., 97, 160 McKenzie, Janet Lou, 142 McKean, McKeown McKinsey McMahon McManus McMillan Dorothy Anne, 141 , Katharine S., 93, 121, 161, 209 , Susan E., 74, 125, 140 , Jane H., 74, 162, 217 , Bob Gene, 74 , Gordon T., 99, 133 McNeal, Dennis Eugene, 91 McNeill, McRoy, L James Dennis, 99 loyd David, Jr., 74, 204 McSweeney, Michael T., 231 MacDonald, Joan W., 93 Mackey, Patricia Ann, 133 MocNerlond, Nadine G., 99, 133 Mader, Joyce Ann, 74, 213 Madison, Ann Phillips, 99, 164 Madre, Janet Jean, 74, 163 Madsen, Linda Carol, 99 Annette Marie, 75, 122, 126, 127, 134, 211, 213, 223 Miller, Ann Elizabeth, 230 Miller, Miller, Betty Susan, 140 Miller, Carl Maunder, 217 Miller Miller Miller Miller , Gailya Ann, 91 , Janice Eve, 137 Kenneth Ray, 190 Lynnor Sandra, 93, 218 Miller, Marcia Ann, 137, 161 Miller, Margaret Jean, 99, 207 Miller, Marilyn Ann, 99 Miller, Meredith E., 119, 137 Miller , Robert Joe, 75, 121, 160, 161, 241 Mills, Carol Ann, 90, 137 Milner, Roberta Lea, 93 Miner, Frederick Allen, 75, 121, 133, 165 Mininni, Rosalie A., 91 Minkalis, Patricia Ann, 96 Minnegan, Sara Agnes, 97, 163 Mirabelli, Arlene Mary, 75, 118, 143, 162, 223 Miranda, Carol M., 94, 139, 165 Miro, Richard A., 75, 153 Nicoll, Donald Edwin, 175 Nielsen, Diane L., 76 Nielsen, Gilbert Lew, 152, 231 Nielsen, Richard Keith, 152 Niemann, Nancy Hine, 76, 121 Niemiec, Frances Mary, 91, 120, 209, 237 Nieminen, John Phillip, 161 Niemz, Carole Marie, 96 Nimmer, John Allen, 161 Niziolek, Antoinette R., 91, 214 Noble, Gayle Kathleen, 99, 230 Nolan, Kathleen Ann, 96, 121 Nord, Jeanette Mary, 76, 136, 204, 206, 212 Noreikis, Richard J., 147 Norgaard, Terse, 130, 131, 138 Norman, Elsie Pauline, 93, 165, 237 Norton, Carol Louise, 76, 137 Novak, Carol Ann, 93 Novak, David Lee, 76, 151 Novak, Jerry Paul, 76, 123, 230, 231 Novak, Patricia Helen, 138 Novit, Melvyn Jay, 92, 149 Novotny, Arlene, 99 Nyberg, Dianne Evelyne, 76, 213 Opelt, Nye, Marcia Marguerite, 162 Nykaza, Wally, 188 Nystrom, Blair Roland, 77, 150 Nystrom, Dolores K., 138 Nystrom, Eleanor P., 141 O O'Brecht, Sharon Lee, 92 O'Brien, Barbara Joan, 77 O'Brien, Patrick James, 162 O'Brien, Sharon Dee, 91, 212 O'Connell, Judith Mary, 98, 163 O'Donnell, Lawrence J., 77, 151 O'Donnell, Thomas John, 153 Oemick, Donald Alan, 202 Ogburn, Jane Louise, 142 Ogdon, Carol Ann, 96, 165 Ohls, Gary, 190 Okrey, Phyllis Dean, 93, 141 Olenik, Dennis Lee, 160, 164 Olsen Karen Louise 98 Olsen: Mary Ellen, i7, 136 Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Anita Christina, 136 Carolyn Alice, 91, 141, 168 Kenneth Evans, 77 Neil Kenneth, 77, 207 Opatrny, June Rose, 77, 124, 165, 230 Ralph William, 77, 206 Oppel, Linda Jean, 96 O'Rourke, Patricia Sue, 97 Orzehoskie, Victoria, 92, 141, 162 Osborne, Lawrence Lee, 147 Osenberg, Bruce Rayman, 161 Osland, Darrell Dean, 183 Osman, Karen, 91, 142, 201, 209 Osterman, Carol Jean, 140 Oswald, Mary Kay, 96, 162 Otis, James Richard, 175 Ott, Ray Myron, 176 Ovelmen, Sherman, 190 Overtoom, Gladys M., 90, 212 Owen, Jane Ann, 161, 231 Owens, Frederick T., 90, 162, 241 P Pagels, Joan Mildred, 77 Pagliaro, Michael John, 77, 153 Palkoner, Falicia C., 91, 141, 243 Palm, Janet Alice, 93, 142, 158, 164 Palm, Richard Edwin, 98 Panichi, Anita Louise, 100 Pankonin, Marieiean C., 237 Pantelis, Stanley G., 162, 214 Papke, Patricia Louise, 90, 143 Papsch, Barbara Sue, 163 Pareira, Richard Carl, 92, 158, 207, 231 Parker, Ellen Laverne, 120, 128, 143, 163 Parker, George L., 235 Partain, Charles Allen, 77 Passow ,Jeannine T., 91, 212 Pasteris, Joseph M., 77 Pastryk, Ronald George, 77, 147, 163, 20 Patterson, Curtis, 9B Patterson, Harold O., 77, 209 Patterson, John W., 77, 231 Paul, Karen Lee, 219 Paul, Michael Martin, 91, 154 Paveska, Arlene F., 92 Pawlowski, John, 77, 216, 241 Payne, Payne, Peach, Peach, Sally Ross, 77, 160, 161 Waymon Harris, 165 Gwendolyn lrene, 96, 165 Sandra Kay, 99, 165 Pearlman, Lawrence I., 90, 151, 206, 230 Pearne, Penelope E., 97 Pearson, James Eugene, 95, 165, 212 Peart, Beverly Ann, 93, 202 Pease, James Robert, 150 Peila, Charles Joseph, 93 Pelletier, Janet A., 77, 139 Pentield, Donald Harry, 231 Perino, Perrin, Gail Joan, 162 Marilee Ann, 93, 138 Perry, James Anderson, 98 Perry, Martha Louise, 94, 119, 143 Pesch, Joanne Roth, 230 Petcel, Barbara Ann, 119, 164 Peterik, Janice C., 77 Peters, Peters, Peters, Peters, Henry William, 154 Keith Milton, 235 Mary Jane, 91 Royce D., 153 Petersen, Carol Marie, 93, 121 Petersen, Clittord Dan, 95, 149, 161 Petersen, Ruth Bolette, 124, 137 Peterso n, Charles L., 231 Peterson, Dorothy D., 92, 143, 212 Peterson, Jean Carol, 98, 230 Peterso Peterso Pete rso n, Judith Lynn, 140 n, Michael D., 194 n, Orrin Martel, 77, 110, 239 Peterson, Patricia Lee, 98 Peterson, Sharon L., 93 Peterson, Thomas A., 154 Pettinger, Jeanine M., 96 Peura, Robert Roland, 78 Pfeiter, John Paul, 78 Phelan, Nancy Lee, 162 Phelps, Darlene Marian, 202 Phelps, Roberta, 78 252 1 Phillips, Barbara Ann, 91 Phillips, Janet, 98, 165 Phipps, Richard F., 78, 151 Phistry, Robert Philip, 149 Piazza, Kathryn V., 137, 207 Pickens, Jane Owen, 100 Pickett, Val George, 162 Pielin, Pieritz, Anneliese, 160, 161 Pierog, Marvin Joseph, 147, 204, 206 Pierson, David Lee, 78 Pietsch, Forrest John, 98, 206 Pikowitz, Virginia C., 138 Pilon, John Leonard, 78, 110, 121, 149, 155 Pintozzi, Robert R., 147, 227 Piotrowski, Marilyn E., 98, 143 Pires, Elinor Frances, 142, 243 Pittaway, Judith Rae, 93, 137 Place, James Douglas, 78, 150 Planos, Carol Eleanor, 143 Plaskas, Joe Paul, Jr., 150, 170, 172 Betty Jo, 93 Reussow, Jerome Peter, 79, 133 Revell, Elizabeth Ann, 92, 120, 237 Ricard, Jack Edward, Jr., 96 Rice, Judith Marie, 96, 230 91 92 Rich, Janice Kathleen, Rich, Jerome Anthony, Richards, Ethel Louise, 144 Richey, Jack E., 100 Richman, Sharon Lynn, 159 Riddle, Susan E., 143 Rider, Roberta Gayle, 160, 161 Ridge, Beatrice Mary, 79 Riedesel, Robert E., 79, 162, 207 Rienstra, Thomas Gale, 92, 123 Righton, Audrey P., 79, 125,140 Rilat, Lotte Ann, 98 Riley, Kathleen Ellen, 142 Riley, Robert Joseph, 79 Rings, Sandra Rae, 98 Riverdahl, Maryann T., 99, 162 Roberts, Danna Lynn, 98 Plumley, Carol Ann, 93, 218 Pluzynski, Arlene F., 162 Padewell, Richard E., 235 Folitsch, Carol Ann, 138 Pollak, Joyce Estelle, 138 Pollard, Joel Eugene, 207 Pollett, Dole E., 78, 204, 206 Pollnow, Lois Mae, 98, 165 Pollock, Norman James, 154, 206 Roberts, J ohn Hubert, 154 Robertson, Betty, 165 Robertson, Jane M., 94 Robertson, Richard G., 159 Robinson, Robinson, Alvin Joseph, 79 Barbara H., 94 Robinson, Howard A., 79, 153 Robinson, Richard D., 98 Roby, Carol Jean, 137 Pontikes, Kathryn S., 219 Poochigian, Ernest P., 98 Porter, Sharyn Lee, 237 Potash, Norman, 133, 159 Potter, Timothy David, 148, 230 Pauliot, Linda Lea, 98, 165 Poulas, George, 97, 175, 235 Powers, Gerald Leo, 147 Powers, Raymond Edwin, 78 Pozzi, Frank Anthony, 152, 154 Pozzi, Marilyn, 213 Pratt, Marion Louise, 219 Prazak, Marilyn Jean, 96, 162, 206 Prentice, Mark W., 78 Prescott, William C., 78 Presig, Ronald, 10, 71 Price James Richard, 93, 126, 128, 131 I Price, Jannes E., 98 Price, Karl Jay, 148 Price, Richard Lewis, 98 Price, Ronald Dewey, 97 Price, Shirley Mae, 92, 142, 206 Rodda, Robert William, 231 Rodighicro, Patricia A., 162 Rogers, James Edgar, 91 Rogers, Lawrence J., 79, 147, 155 Rogers, Mary Louise, 93, 162 Rohlik, Joyce Ann, 237 Rohrs, Orval Frederick, 193 Rolfs, Wayne, 193 Rolls, Elizabeth Anne, 98, 121 Rolotf, Carol Rose, 142 Ralston, Rita Jerry, 90, 138 Romack, Susan Kay, 93, 139 Romanavich, Anthony J., 147, 231 Rooney, Sheila Rose, 79, 118, 143, 163 Roos, Walter Leroy, 204 Root, James, 93, 183 Rosenlaf, Naomi Sylvia, 122 Rosette, Alice May, 96, 212 Roskie, Caryl E., 96 Ross, Harry John, 79, 162 Ross, Jeanne Dorothea, 160, 161 Ross, John Hollister, 133, 209 Prichert, Grant, 178, 180 Pritzkau, Edward John, 78, 160, 161, Proudfoot, David Annen, 78, 206 Prouty, Karen Joann, 93, 136 Provo, Laurel Ann, 94, 119, 137, 161 Prueter, Mary Lou, 159 Prynn, Mary Alice, 93, 165 Prynn, Willard Hugh, 78 Punito, Joseph, 235 Purves, Norman Duane, 91, 123, 241 Putnam, Camilla C., 140 Putts, Charles Douglas, 78 Pwzynski, Arlene F., 141 Pynch, Thomas Harris, 165 Q Quane, Robert Emmett, 235 Quigley, Bonnie Lynne, 98 R Raabe, Anita Elizabeth, 94, 110, 162 Rada, Carolyn Rose, 92, 212, 213 Rader, Robert Anton, 121, 154, 215 Radke, Muirl Willa, 229 Rotten, Carl Arthur, 78 Rakestraw, Donald L., 92, 160, 161 Rakoski, Kathleen Anne, 120, 139, 15 Ramos, Patricia, 130 Ramsay, Robert William, 123 Randall, William David, 160 Rappaport, Joyce Ann, 95 Rateike, Georgeanne, 98, 161, 206 Rathbun, Ronald Irving, 98, 206 217 5, 219 Rattenbury, Penelope A., 92, 160, 161, 230 Rawson, Eunice Mae, 98 Ray, Joyce Carolyn, 78, 140 Raymond, Laverne Lynn, 98 Raymond, Lesley Ann, 137, 163 Raymond, Patricia Gail, 243 Rayner, Bonnie lou, 98, 165 Rayner, Ivan Edward, 93, 124 Read, Bonnie Lee, 230 Reagan, Don Edward, 78, 123 Reagan, Edward Louis, 206 Rebenar, Nancy Mae, 78, 141 Rebhorn, Phyllis Lee, 100 Reddington, Elizabeth, 93, 162, 219 Rediger, Carol Lynn, 96 Reed, Thomas John, 100 Rehberger, Ellen J., 98, 212 Reichardt, Kurt Alan, 78, 127, 161 Reid, Judith Adele, 95, 165 Reid, Terry Kent, 78 Reidel, Raymond George, 206 Reilly, Robert Joseph, 154 Reimisch, Patricia M., 93, 142, 162 Reinel, Robert Gordon, 79 Reitsma, Janet Therese, 96 Ross, Luci Ile LaRue, 158 Rossetti, Conrad Lea, 150 Roth, Melvin Loren, 96 Rathermel , Bradley L., 235 Rothermel, Delmar Elva, 91, 123, 20 Rothrock, Madelyn Jean, 240, 241 Rotkvic, Margaret J., 96, 162 Rowlee, T homas Blaine, 165 Roy, William Anthony, 79 Roycht, Charlene, 162 Rozek, Kathryn Helen, 237 Rozlilek, Janice Ann, 93, 164 Rubinson, Mariene, 100 Ruden, Carole Ann, 96 Ruder, Charles Joseph, 79, 150, 178 Ru5oIo, Richard S., 79 Ruth, Catherine L., 137 Rumrill, R oxanne C., 162 Runge, Mary Lou, 79, 128 Rush, Arthur Joseph, 79, 150, 187 Rusnok, Joan Lillian, 143 Russ, Lynn Diane, 91 Russell, Richard David, 175 Ruutelmann, Milvi, 79, 204 Ruzycki, Norbert L., 153 Ryan, Carol Anne, 98, 229 Ryan, Dudley M., 79, 154 Ryan, Eileen Marie, 212 Ryan, Gerald Bright, 98 Ryan, Jacqueline M., 93, 119, 139 Ryan, Karen Anne, 131, 140. 155 Ryan, Virginia Clara, 100, 162, 219 S Sobat, Mariorie Ellen, 92, 143, 212 Sable, Do nna M., 137 Sable, W. Daniel, 123 Sochtleben, Mariorie J., 137, 155 Sachtleben, Susan S., 100, 162 Saforik, Marilyn L., 79 Salners, Edward A., 92, 133, 243 4, 207 ,iso Salzman, James Edward, 98 Samorian, Margaret Ann, 95, 140, 162 Samorian, Nancy C., 98, 125, 162 Sampson, Ronald James, 230 Samuel, Sandra, 79 Samuelson, Patricia A., 79, 143 Sand, Mary Lou, 98, 165 Sandeno, Myrna Gail, 138, 237 Sanders, Gerald Howard, 175 Sanders, Judith M., 92 Sanders, Robert John, 96 Sanderson, David E., 98 Sanderson, Edward, 190 Sandgren, Gloria Jean, 96 Sandholm, Jean Margot, 80 Sandke, Judy Ann, 139 Sanford, Floyd william, ao, 204, 206 Santeford, Judith Ann, 99, 165 Sergeant, Roger Wayne, 149 Sasenick, John Mahoney, 80, 149, 154 Sattler, Loretta Carol, 95, 139 Sauer, Carol Ann, 93 Sawitoski, Lue Ellen, 99, 163 Sayler, Susan Rita, 100, 163 Scannell, Lawrence M., 170, 172 Scerini, Donna Marie, 80 Schabel, Donald Jacob, 80, 124, 223 Schaefer, Kurt Alfred, 92, 121, 206, 231 Schaeffer, Rodney Haas, 209, 239 Schaetter, William H., 80 Schafer, Joanne Carol, 99 Schafer, Ralph Eugene, 95, 183 Schaper, Arnold Duane, 80, 121 Scharton, Carol Diane, 96 Schauer, Alice Marie, 159 Scheel, Philip Kurt, 94, 123, 124, 159, 230 Schettler, Kenneth H., 150 Scheidt, Mary Margaret, 91, 163, 217, 227 Scheidt, Ralph James, 95, 154 Schelewitz, Thomas J., 147 Schieber, Hildegard R., 92, 160 Schiesser, Emil Ray, 80, 227, 162 Schiller, Donald A., 154 Schiller, Glenn Frank, 212 Schindel, Betty Kay, 161, 218 Schirmer, Dennis W., 96 Schlaf, Carol Anne, 80, 127 Schlak, Robert A., 80, 154, 207 Schlarb, Lois Ann, 139 Schlesinger, Marilyn F., 95 Schlueter, Gene Edwin, 81 Schmecht, Carol Dianne, 97 Schmid, Robert Joseph, 95, 217 Schmidt, Carol Ann, 93 Schmidt Schmidt , Dennis R., 95 , Donna Mae, 137, 162 Schmidt, Edward John, 163 Schmidt, Leroy T., 80, 154, 206 Schmidt, Patricia Ann, 80, 243 Schmidt, Paul F., 92, 154 Schneck, Dean Raymond, 162 Shepard, Leona Ann, 92, 216, 217 Shereikis, Richard J., 81, 215 Sheridan, Bernice M., 81, 118, 122, 160, 211 Sheridan, Richard, 81, 150 Sherk, Janet Elizabeth, 81, 164, 227 Sherman, John K., 123 Sherman, William F., 217, 223, 241 Sherwood, Robert E., 94, 123 Shippy, Kenneth, 95 Short, Burdette Lee, 98 Shouer, Thomas A., 206 Shutts, Peter, 81 Sibley, Sharon A., 137 Sieg, Richard Carl, 199 Sieger, David Robert, 100 Siemers, Joan Marie, 81, 122, 141, 211, 223 Silanskis, Anthony J., 96, 202, 240 Silovsky, Mary Lou, 96, 163 Silver, Carolyn Joyce, 96, 133 Silverstein, J. Ronald, 151, 183 Silvius, Carol Marilyn, 122, 164 Simak, Joann Marie, 81 Simeca, Alice Felecia, 95 Simonian, Judith Edith, 96 Simopoulos, Magda, 81, 241 Simpson, Roger Allan, 148, 161 Singelman, Nancy Laura, 91, 118, 141 Singelmann, Jay C., 243 Sipos, Michael Thomas, 81 Sirois, Claudia Doyle, 92, 119, 160, 161 Skalany, Marian R. K., 158 Skoogland, Anita Gail, 81 Skowbo, Donald Dee, 81, 123 Skuodas, Audrey Angela, 162 Slober, Arthur Westly, B1, 146 Slater, Elizabeth Sue, 99, 163 Slater, Robert, 81, 145 Slavin, Arthur Harris, '92, 148 Slobodnik, James John, 82, 145, 154 Slabodzian, Arlene J., 206 Slone, Patricia Alice, 96 Slowinski, James A., 176 Smardo, William Claude, 209 Stelk, Anne Emily, 91, 141, 243 Stellman, John Robert, 82, 152 Stephan, Paula Kay, 122, 141 Stephens, Mariory l., 92, 136, 155, 227, 239 Stern, David Paul, 170 Stetina, Donald C., 82, 123 Stevens, Barbara Ann, 98 Stevens, Janis Lee, 92, 215 Stevenson, Robert John, 162 Stewart, Robert F., 82 Sticken, Nancy Lee, 99 Stilling, Richard G., 82, 151, 170, 172 Stilling, William G., 125, 162, 207 Stisser, J. R., 99 Stiernberg, Lloyd A., 92, 231 Stockstill, Sue Jean, 92, 219 Stolberg, Shirley Ann, 119 Stoner, Nan, 82, 160, 223 Stood, Edward Werner, 98, 161 Story, Kathleen Ann, 91, 138 Strader, Janet Lynne, 83, 120, 122, 237 Stralow, Joyce Elaine, 83, 124, 230 Strang, Lois Jean, 83 Strawbridge, Gary Lee, 96, 176 Streic, Shirley Mae, 99, 160, 161 Stritar, Gail A., 90 Stroessler, Hans Max, 83 Stome, Karim M., 94 Strope, Dora Sue, 160, 161 Strug, Maxine, 98 Stumpthaus, Carol Joy, 142 Stunarcl, E. Arthur, 83, 212, 221 Sudds, Marilyn Marie, 142 Sulaver, Louis, 170 Sullivan, Marlene Ann, 98 Sullivan, Robert E., 96, 100 Sundeen, Ronald Ernest, 83, 152 Sundell, Carol Ann, 95, 138 Surfus, Sharon Marie, 162 Swain, Robert Edward, 154 Swallow, Joel Clyde. 184 Swallow, John A., B3 Swanberg, David, 98, 206, 231 Schnecklath, Nadine K., 80 Schneider, Marval Gay, 96, 160 Schneider, Robert Swan, 80, 154, 207 Schnell, Carol, 80, 143, 216 Schaenbach, Albert F., 80, 153, 170 Schoene, Lorraine L., 165 Schoenfeld, June Ellen, 164 Schoony, Anna Marie, 80 Scholl, Beverley Ann, 96 Schrader, Barry Lee, 99, 165 Schrader, Don Charles, 96 Schraufnagel, Alice E., 98 Schraufnagel, Charlene, 80 Schreck, Gerald Loren, 149 Schrlver, Charles, 128, 133 Schroeder, Phyllis Ann, 80, 138 Smith, Allen Clarence, 99, 161 Smith, Brenda Jean, 158 Smith, David Andrew, 82, 170 Smith, Dennis Walton, 99 Smith, Diane Karen, 82, 161 Smith, Donald Paul, 82, 145 Smith, Doris M., 82 Smith, Judith Alene, 99, 165 Smith, Kay, 137 Smith, Linda Darnell, 99 Smith, Mariellen, 82, 143, 162 Smith, Marvin Everett, 100 Smith, Nancy Barbara, 125, 163 Smith, Sarah Alice, 98 Smith Wanda Elaine 98 Smithlaerg, Howar R.,'160 Swannie, Nancy E., 96 Swanson, Swanson, Barbara Mae, 99, 121, 161 Janice Arlene, 100, 163 Swanson, Margene Anne, 92, 214, 215, 217 Swanson, Philip Arthur, 83 Sweeney, Michael Henry, 243 Sweeney, Robert E., 83, 204 Swenson, Mabel Ruth, 83, 129, 164, 213, 229 Swing, Susan Louise, 138 Swirczinski, Laverne M., 83 Sykes, Donald, 83, 240 Sykora, John Albert, 83, 231 Sypniewski, Robert J., 83 Szafranski, Donald H., 153 Schubert, Karen L., 95, 161 Schuemann, Carol E., 143 Schultz, Schultz, Schultz, Charles H., 161 Dorothy Ellen, 99, 162 Geraldine E., 93, 119, 142, 162 Schultz, Harold C., 99, 154 Schultz, Wayne Elmer, 146 Schulz, Schulz, Gordon Ernest, 95, 231 Joan Marie, 95, 213 Schulz, Mary Ruth, 118, 142, 215 Schuppe, Carol Joan, 159, 217 Schuppenhauer, Grace E., 92, 160, 161 Schure, Orlen Kenneth, 124, 161 Schuster, Marvin Lee, 170 Schwalbach, Michael F., 235 Schwenke, Hugo Edward, 98, 235 Scime, Joseph, 80 Scott, Donald Edward, 204 Scott, Sheila, 99 Seager, Nancy C., 98, 129 Seamans, Robert C., 170, 172, 188, 194 Sebers, Sharon Rae, 97 Secrest, Richard P., 81 Seegors, Arlene May, 81, 127 Seely, Ruth, 98, 160, 161, 230 Seeman, Thomas Avery, 150, 172 Sefcik, Evelyn Anne, 142 Segebrecht, Gerald G., 99, 235 Segebrecht, Maxine Ann, 139 Seger, Tom Roy, 150, 155 Seiler, John Philip, 95 Seiler, Mary Ann, 118, 162, 213 Seitz, Patricia Lynne, 98 Sell, Rita Marie, 137 Sells, Priscilla Ann, 160 Selmon, Virginia Ann, 98, 163, 240 Selvig, Wayne Arthur, 187 Serfling, Lloyd R., 99 Setchell, Bruce W., 81, 165, 212 Settles, William F., 81 Sevall, Jon Herbert, 98, 160 Severin, Lee Roy, 91 Severson, Keith H., 150, 172 Severson, Ruth Jeanne, 81 Soyring, John William, 150 Shatter, Betty Ann, 94 ShaHer, Elizabeth Lou, 81, 137, 211 Shagamogus, Katherine, 98, 162 Shanebrook, James H., 81, 123, 131, 149, 161 Shanks, Bernard Duane, 96 Shaw, Alvin John, 148 Shaw, Carol June, 92, 165, 218 Sheehan, Allen David, 92, 147, 204, 206, 212 Shellenberger, Ross E., 81 Smithe, Clara A., 165 Snider, Barbara Rae, 98 Snider, Robert G., 153, 170, 172, 235 Snow, Barbara Louise, 242 Snyder, Frederick G., 82, 209 Soelke, Katherine Anne, 82, 136 Sokolowski, Eugene F., 149, 155 Sollitt, Dorothy Ann, 99, 165 Somermeyer, Roberta M., 129, 139 Summers, lvan Ross, 133, 154 Sommerschield, Janith, 100, 160, 161 Sopkowicz, Charlotte M., 99, 227 Sorgatz, Herman W., 124, 154 Souder, Charlotte M., 122, 164 Southwood, Richard H., 92, 206 Spalding, Thomas Lee, 150 Spangenberg, Marie T., 163 Sparlin, James Louis, 170 Speakman, Raymond D., 82, 151 Specter, Maynard, 130 Spears, John Keith, 95, 183 Spelman, Sue Holcomb, 92, 138, 243 Speros, Robert Jess, 82, 152 Spiegel, Edward Paul, 82 Spielman, Dennis Lee, 175 Spiering, Sharon Joy, 98 Spina, Donald William, 151 Spinello, Michael L., 92, 151, 193 Spink, Marilyn L., 82, 159, 223, 240, 241 Spirk, Patricia Marie, 237 Spivey, Paul Robert, 95 Spooner, Kenley Alan, 82 Sprengel, Kenneth W., 92, 160 Springs, Molly Martha, 82, 213 Squire, Marianne, 97 Sroczynski, Stanley J., 153, 235 Slade, Elwood Henry, 123 Stagg, Mary Lois, 99, 162 Stahl, Howard Lynn, 95, 161 Stanley, Wilbur Eugene, 231 Stark, Mariann Colette, 140 Stark, Marilyn Jean, 98 Starke, Kent Haugland, 146, 155, 230 Staton, John Thomas, 92 Staulcup, Jean, 97 Staulcup, Joan M., 99 Stechcon, Judith Jane, 98 Stees, Janet Rytir, 82 Stefani, Reynold J., 92, 207 Steiner, Marylou, 119 Steinhagen, William N., 82, 204, 206 Steinmetz, Barbara Lu, 99, 162 Steinmetz, Elmer John, 96 T Taffe, Charles Francis, 83 Taggart, Millee L., 140 Tamasauskas, Tammy, 162 Taminger, John Eddy, 96 Tonahe, Elsie M., 96 Tangorra, Louis, Jr., 91, 147, 155 Tanner, Lawrence E., 83, 150, 187 Tardi, Rose M., 83, 206, 212 Tate, James Leroy, 96 Tate, James Wayne, 149 Tate, Raymond Strahan, 151 Taylor, Arthur, 170, 176 Taylor, David Stanton, 83, 123, 164 Taylor, Janet Alice, 139 Taylor, Selma Ketchum, 83 Teal, Morris Edward, 235 Tellefsen, Linda Sue, 100 Temaner, Barry Gordon, 159 Temple, Dick, 94 Terrana, Terrence T., 90, 151 Tessem, Linn Beryl, 83, 209 Tessendorf, Frederic W., 152 Tessler, Dale Anthony, 184, 186 Thansouras, Virginia E., 83 Thayer, Fred Duane, 110, 149 Theiss, Anastasia C., 84, 141, 163 Thomas, Carol Helene, 96, 121, 165 Thomason , Ram, s4, 130 Thompson, Jeanne Alice, 140 Thompson, Leona Marie, 141 Thompson, Maxson, 84, 150, 155 Thompson, William F., 155 Thorsen, Pamela Claire, 98 Thorson, Elaine Rose, 92, 163 Thuestad, Mary Allison, 165 Timm, Barbara Jean, 90, 127, 143 Timmons, Leon Frank, 150 Tisol, Sharon Louise, 90, 140, 218 Titzel, Richard L., 230 Toben, Betty Paula, 159 Toborg, Mary Louise, 96, 162 Todd, Carol Sue, 84, 211, 213 Tonks, Ruthann J., 97, 165 Toole, Judith Ann, 100 Townsend, Richard Lee, 179, 190 Tracy, Barney, 84 Tremore, John Arthur, 95, 149, 230 Trester, Barbara Ann, 165 Trim, Gary Emerson, 84 Trinko, Neil Alan, 99, 206, 212, 231 Triumph, Frank Eugene, 154, 184 Trivelli, Maxine E., 92, 141 Tross, Sandra Allison, 93 Truchan, Gerald Lee, 92, 162, 206 Trunt, Carole Ann, 98 Trunt, Patricia Rose, 84, 138 Trusky, Francis Jerome, 84, 133 Truty, John Thomas, 147, 163 Tsouloufls, Gus S., 84, 154 Tucker, William Armand, 154, 176 Turiver, Ronald, 190 Turner, Bernadine F., 92 Turner, Giles Evans, 170, 172 Tuytschoevers, Terry N., 84 Tylka, Florence Ann, 84 U Uecker, Mary Anna, 138 Uhlhorn, Virginia Anne, 95, 160, 161 Uhnavy, Richard C., 84 Ullsivk, Biarne, 92, 110, 121, 240 Underdown, John David, 154 Ungrodt, John Blake, 96 Unruh, Marian Carol, 84, 136, 159 Urban, Deanna Mae, 216, 217 Urban, Kenneth Allen, 90, 151, 190, 206 Usatuck, Albert Frank, 175 Uthott, Anthony F., 84, 133 V Waller Warren Stephen 85, 202 wq11v,'J11d11h Rita, 143' Walsh, James Paul, 153, 154 Walsh, John George, 85 Walsh, Nancy Anne, 91, 142 Walsh, Vincent Jerome, 100 Walter, Lynn Paul, 124, 159, 241 Walter, Sylvia Esther, 159 Wolters, Janet Lynn, 97 Walters, Louise A., 91, 141, 162, 213 Walters, Robert L., 85 Waltrip, Wendy Lee, 161 Ward, Herbert Thomas, 85, 170 Wardell, Thomas Edward, 149, 154 Warner, Bruce Harold, 154 Warner, Shirlee Ann, 90, 127, 143, 212 Warner, William K., 85 Warren, Jean Ruth, 120, 143 Warren, Marilyn Jean, 139 Worth, Robert Charles, 154 Warthen, Charles O., 92, 165 Wasik, Edward Andrew, 92, 221 Wasson, Wathen, Judith Ann, 99, 162 Jacqueline E., 91, 119, 141 Watson, Ladonna Anita, 90, 144 Watt, Eugene Raymond, 123, 160, 204, Watt, Ja Watts, E ann Grace, 99 rnest Francis, 147 Webb, William John, Jr., 96 Webb, William Richard, 209 Williams, Vincent A., 86 Williamson, Raymond V., 194 Wilmowski, Edward J., 153, 172, 235 Wilson, Clyde Lawrence, 99, 206 Wilson, Evan Leigh, 99 Wilson, Gene Raymond, 183 Wilson, Marcia Jeanne, 98 Wilson, Martha Lou, 96 Wilson, Norma Jean, 86, 118, 134, 137 Wilson Paul lvan 86 241 Vabakos, Michael Ted, 84 Vacha, Corinne Olga, 93 Vachata, Judith L., 90, 143, 212 Valente, Patricia L., 99 Valentine, Charles M., 84 Valentine, Jim Earl, 100 Vandenberg, Nylah Jo, 92, 137 Vanderzanden, Mary E., 95, 150, 163, 206, 243 VanDorne, VanDyke, VanHook, Karen Q., 99 Karen Johanna, 84, 160, 211, 230 Orrin W., 84 VanKleet, Deanna, 91, 143, 155 Vannatta, Barbara E., 100 VanStone, Idamae, 92 Varela, Margaret Ann, 143, 163 Voss, Charles Leopold, 84 Vear, John Edward, 84, 148, 160 Volette, Allen James, 175 Ventsias, Nicholas, 154 Verstynen, Daniel A., 84, 110, 119 Vicory, James Ray, 150 Vierke, Janet Lenore, 136 Vierke, John Robert, 243 Vincere, George Joseph, 99 Vinson, Anita Martine, 121, 160, 161 Vitok, Joseph Charles, 85 Voilas, Joan Regina, 163 Voitsek, Penelope G., 99 Volopich, Mary Frances, 99 Voltz, Phyllis Anne, 92, 118, 141 Voruz, Theodore Andrew, 96 Vase, Elaine Dorelle, 85, 141 Voss, Sharon Elaine, 99, 159 Vreuls, Robert William, 162, 206 W Wade, Doris Jean, 161, 237 Wogman, JeFtrey B., 175 Wagner, Gary Raymond, 125, 145, 235 Wagner, Jane Lillian, 95, 159, 218 Wainoris, Janet Lynn, 96 Waite, James H., 85 Wakeley, Joseph N., 170 Wakeni ht Richard L 85 Wegener, Donald Ludvig, 92, 148, 161 Wegrzyn, Donald Joseph, 152, 193 Weichbrodt, Arlene M., 100 Weichbrodt, Heidi Ann, 119, 139 Weik, Kenneth Lewis, 85, 123, 164 Weiner, Mary Lou P., 139, 212 Weiner, Maureen Elaine, 99, 159 Weisiuss, Beverly Ruth, 93 Weiss, Byrl Dean, 227 Welch, Judy Ann, 96 Welker, Bruce M., 92, 145, 202, 212 Wellman, Julia E., 85, 137, 219 Wellman, William R., 99 Wells, Millard E., 121, 160,161,165 Welsh, William R., 153 Wenc, Dan Marion, 175 Wendorli, Robert E., 162 Wenger, Judith Ann, 99 Wentink, Diane Jean, 95, 119, 162 Wenzel, Diane Claire, 97 Wenzel, Kay Frances, 159 Werner, Gretchen C., 120 Wertz, Robert Charles, 99 Weseloh, Lois Ann, 94 Wessels, Philip Leroy, 85 Weston, Elizabeth Ann, 229 Wetterberg, Nancy Lee, 97, 165, 201 Wheatland, Roger Brian, 176 Wheeler, Richard C., 85, 146 White, David Walter, 85, 151 White, Donald Lloyd, 85 White, Shirley Jeannie, 92, 121, 164, 212, 219 Whitehead, Earl Carl, 123 Whiting, Terry Joseph, 154 Whitmore, Sandra Jean, 92 Wickstrom, Doris P., 85, 127, 142 Widlic, Ralph Dennis, 163 Wiemuth, Verdelle Kay, 141 Wiese, Carol Ann, 96, 159 Wigley, Ruth Ann, 92 Wilborn, Nancy L., 164 Wilhelm, Carole Ann, 163 Wilkins, David Bruce, 124 Wille, Philip F., 159 Willett, Charles W., 85, 154 Willett, Helen Harden, 85, 218 ,138 ,207 Wimble, Dorothy Louise, 86, 139, 168 Windmueller, Louise E., 94, 165 Winker, Helga Mathilde, 99, 162 Wirth, Wallace Lee, 154 Wise, Joyce Eileen, 218 Wisner, James Arthur, 86 Wissrnan, Carole Ann, 96 Witkowxki, Jaxeph S., 86, 193 Witt, Janice M., 243 Wixted, Donald James, 86 Woertz, William John, 235 Woital, Gloria Dale, 94 Wolf, Andrew Leslie, 86 Wolf, Emil Charles, 86, 194 Wolf, Raymond Theodore, 86 Wolf, Valeska Marie, 99, 165 Wolfe, Jacob Verna, 231 Wolti, Robert Herman, 150 Wolxko, Patricia C., 95, 139, 158 Walter, Jamox Allen, 146 Wood, Gordon, 95, 123 Wood, Judith Lee, 164 Waod, Judith Marie, 140 Wood, Richard Guy, 86, 127, 133 Woodhouse, Harry T., Jr., 86 Woodruff, Charlotte J., 86, 217 Woadruti, William K., 154 Woods, Carolyn Maxine, 92 Woods, Theodore D., 86 Worley, Margery A., 92 Worth, Elizabeth Mary, 91, 212 Wrode, Mary Ann, 86, 120, 129, 143, 2 Wright, Betty Joan, 86, 141, 164 Wrzeszcz, Owen Edward, 147, 227 Wyllie, Lawrence A., 86, 151, 178 Wynn, Charles Rayburn, 86 Y Yankow, H., 204 Yankus, Dennis A., 86, 147 Yates, Janice M., 139, 243 Yauch, Elizabeth Ann, 92, 141 Ydeen, Charles Walter, 99, 100 Yordy, David, 95, 164, 204 Yost, Gerald, 170, 188 Young, Linda Lou, 100, 165 Young, William Edward, 86, 184, 186 Youngduhl, Ray, 150, 194 Younghusband, William, 92 Youngnickel, Robert E., 86 Youngren, Mary Lou, 159, 164 Yurgine, Joan, 139, 168 Z Zalapi, Joseph Leonard, 87 Zanin, Eugene John, 87, 150, 235 Zapel, Georgene Leone, 129, 138 Zeitler, Robert Casper, 87, 154 Zelinka, Patricia Ann, 129, 138, 242 Zeritis, Victoria Mae, 87, 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Court ....... Home Economics Club ..... Home Economics Department. . . industrial Arts Club ....... industrial Arts Department. lnter-Fraternity Council .... 47 243 205 237 139 209 208 210 121 214 214 221 26 201 29 153 175 170 216 217 96 158 217 119 39 193 53 187 42 158 19 127 24 19 218 218 221 220 155 Intramurals .. lVCF . .... . J Judson Fellowship .. Juniors .......... K Kappa Delta .... Kappa Delta Pi .... Kappa Pi . ...... .. Kappa Sigma Kappa. .. Library Science D Lorado Taft Field L epartment .... Campus ..... Lutheran Students Association.. Madrigal Singers Marching Band . Mardi-Gras ......... Math Club ..... Mathematics Dep May Fete ..... M artment ..... May Fete Committee . . . May Fete Court ..... Men's Glee Club .... Miss Northern ........ Mixed Bowling League ....... Music Department .... N Neptune Hall .............. Neptune Resident Assistants. .. Neptune Sophomore Residents. Newman Club .............. New Students Week . .. Nl-ettes ......... NORTHER ........ NORTHERN STAR . .. O Officials Club ...... ...... Orchesis .................. Organization ofthe Year Dance P Panhellenic Council . . . Pep Band . ...... .. Phi Mu Alpha . .. 188 160 161 90 140 211 201 148 222 224 161 230 233 33 227 226 48 48 51 231 52 125 228 38 119 119 162 16 126 128 130 235 120 52 155 232 124 255 Phi Sigma Epsilon ........... Physical Education Department, Men's ......... ......... Physical Education Department, Women's .... . .......... Physical Science Department.. Pi Kappa Phi ............... Pi Kappa Sigma .... . . . PiOmegaPi... Play lFalll .... . . . Play lSpringl . . . .. . Pleiades ...... . . . R Religious Candids .... . . . S SEA... .. Seniors .... . . . . . . . Sigma Alpha Eta.. . . . . Sigma Alpha Iota ........... Sigma Alpha lota Musicale .... 256 151 234 236 238 149 141 204 27 43 122 156 212 58 242 124 25 Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Social Social Delta Pi ..... Kappa ....... Sigma Sigma .... Tau Delta ..... Zeta ............ . . Science Council. ...... . Science Department Sophomores ............... Spanish Club ....... Speech Department . . . Stray Greeks ......... Student Directory Editors ...... Stunt Night .......... Swen Parson Trio. . . T Tau Beta Rho ..... Tau Delta Sigma. .. Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Tennis Theta Kappa Phi . . . Towers Editors . . . Town Girls .... 216 142 143 215 .227 240 240 93 216 242 145 127 44 231 239 144 150 197 147 215 40 Town Men . . . Track ..... Treble Clef . . . TV Classes . .. U United Student Fellowship. University Religious Council University Schools ....... V Vets Club ........ W Wesley Foundation .... Williams, Emlyn ........ Williston Dorm Council. . . Williston Hall .......... Winter Carnival ........ Winter Carnival Committee .... Winter Carnival Court .... WNIC ............. Wrestling . . 41 190 229 32 160 164 244 154 165 37 118 38 34 35 34 132 184 1 F 4 - , -M...-Q


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