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1. r L »- ' ■ ' ■ -i 4 jia n v . ii ' ir ■■. ' Ji " Sw -x V ' ' ° ' » £ ' %S W ' O Re 07I PHI Missouri Mu Sigma KAPTIONS Plii l :i|)p:i Tlu ' la Norlhcasl MiKsoui ' i Sliilc ColU-fic- Kirksvilk ' , IVIissouri Vol I June 2, IQ7C No I Scholastic Points Up This Year This has been quite a year for the fraternity, scholastic- ally speaking. The fratendty overall grade point this year was upped two tenths of a point to a respectable 2.1j2. The high point of this years scholastic achievement was the first place finish in the Blue Key sponsored Campus Bowl. Mu Sigma defeated such teams as: Circle K, Historical Society, Phi Sigma Epsilon, last years champion-Alpha Kappa Lambda, and the Veterans Club in the finals. The team consisted of: Captain Kent Harshbarger, John Koenig, Dwight Cook, Mike Fry- er, and Bob Michael alternate. Dwight Cook was selected to the all-star team having the second highest score of the 110 par- ticipants. John Koenig was the alternate to the all-star team being the fifth highest scorer in the competition. The trophy is the perfect culm nation of a great year. Mu Sijiiiia (-apliire Fiisl Place 69-70 The Brothers of Mu 3igraa started the 1969-70 school year off in a traditional Phi Kap manner with a stunning victory. The Phi Kaps took first place in the second annual 3reek . ' iing After placing second in the 1968-69 sing, the men were de- termined to bring the traveling trophy to the Phi Kap chapter room. Winning the Greek sing was the crowning event of a successful Greek Week for the Phi Kaps. Following a torch- light parade, the brothers gave a supreme effort in the Greek Olympics, but the gods did not seem to be smiling on us thai night. Dwight Cook and his partner, however, did win first place in the egg throw. Every- body always toew Dwight had soft hands anyway, Greek Week was topped off with the brothers attending the Lincoln U.- N.M.S.C. football game . Although the game ended in a tie, the brothers evening was still a success as they at- tended an All-Greek dance in the Student Union, ' selected as king and queen of Greek Week were Carroll Tankesley of Sigma Sigma Sigma and Ken Bebermeyer of Phi Sigma Epsilon. Ill the brothers enjoyed this years Greek Week and are looking for- ward to another next fall. New Fraternity House Purchased One of the big highlights of the year was the purchase of the new house. This ia tbe first house to be owned bjf the chapter and represents one of the goals for which the chapter has been working. The house was purchased by the chapter ill March and was ready for occupancy by the end of March. Some remodeling has been done and much is being planned. A very attractive T.V. room has been added in the basement. This summer, work has to be done on the upstairs floor. Next year, there are plans of moving the complete kitchen and dining room to the basement. Fourteen members and our housefather are currently liv- ing in the house. Unfortunately, however, this transaction has created a fi- nancial burden on the active c lapter. Therefore, any con- tributions by you, the Alumni, would be greatly appreciated, ' ' ' he number of improvements we are able to make on our house will depend on your contribu — tions. Panhellenic Dorm Is Established at N M S C A Panhellenic Dorm has been established for the sororities of NfeC. Each sorority has its cwn floor and chapter room. Residents of Panhellenic have no dorm hours. This plan has created bettej Reeling between Greek women 1 campus. ' Pan- Hel ' , as it more commonly known, was ins umental in the passage of ne dorm hours for sophomore, Junior, and senior women residents of the dormi- tories. Under the new plan, junior and senior women have no dorm hours. Sophomore women with a 2.5 or better have no dorm hours also. Pofic : ' ' - I ' ln kapUons STAFF Editor Rod Stciniiiami Co- Editor Mick West Sponsor Eugene Cro;irk Printing Heritage Printing Phi Kaps in Student Government Three members of Mu Sigma were elected by the student body to represent them In the NKSC Student Senate during the spring, ' 69 elections. They were: Dan Brooks, councilman Mark Morrow, senior councilman, and Larry Weede, president of the sophomore class. Thb Phi Kaps were active participants of the newly form- ed ' Dynamo ' Party during spring ' 70 elections. ' Dynamo ' was composed of the following fra- ternities and sororities: Phi Kappa Theta, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phi Lambda Chi, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Sigma Sigma, and Sigma Kappa. PKT can — didates were: Mick West and Larry Weede, running for senior and junior councilmen, respect- ively. Elections were May 7th and the Dynamo coalition made a clean sweep of all class and student senate elections. The Industrial Arts building is nearing completion and will be open to students in the fall of ' 70. It is located southwest of the Pershing Building. It should make a long walk for I. A. majors. + ROTC was initiated on the NMSC campus in the fall of ' 69. All incoming male freshmen are reqtiired to take two semesters ' of military training. Freshmen receive one hour credit for each semester. INTRAMURALS The 1969-70 school year has been one of great success for the Phi Kap sportsters. The year started with a third place finish in the tug-of-war which could have easily been a champ- ionship except for an over- sight. The next event of the fall intramural sports program was fleetball, and here the Kap Krusaders easily won their lea- gue and were defeated by the Sig Taus (15-12) in the semi- finals of the all-school champ- ionship. Also, in the fall, the Phi Kaps produced their first all-school champs as Mark Morrow won the intramural ten- nis championship. Mark and Henry Sespasara also won the doubles. Marc Tendler finished second in handball. Marc and Morris Jotinson were runners-up in the doubles division. The winter season started off with the Phi Kaps winning their league in volleyball in an exciting playoff game with the ABC ' s. Any further advan- cement, however, was thwarted by the Iranians who defeated the Kaps three games to one. The Iranians went on to win the all-school championship. The next sport of the winter season was wrestling. The Phi Kap grapplers struggled hard, but were able to earn only one point » In basketball, the Kap Krusaders won their league, but were defeated in the first game of the all-school playoffs by the Phi Sigs in a very poorly officiated game. In the all- school freethrow championship. Brother Darrell Hanslow gave the Kaps another all-school championship as he sank 23 of 25. With the spring sports just getting underway, the Phi Kaps find themselves in third place in the all-school sports stand- ings trailing Sigma Tau Gamma and Plii Sigma Epsilon. The Phi Kaps have been entered in horse shoes, tug-of-war, and soft- ball. The Phi Kap Softball first team started their quest for a second consecutive league title by winning their first game $-h, scoring four runs after two men were out in the final inning. Several Phi Kaps have also begun training for the all-school track meet later in the year. Finally, through- out the year, the Phi Kap bowl- ers have rolled ourstandingly. Despite a big turnover in bowl- ers due to student teaching. MlEE Karen Ho ee-Chapter Sweetheart Social Activities Capping the years social ac- tivities was the smnual ' Crim- son Rose ' Banquet and fomial dance, April 25, 1970. The first annual ' Mu Sigma Man of the Year ' Award was pre- sented to Mr. Eugene Croarkin, fraternity sponsor, for his out standing service to the frater- nity during the ' 69-70 academic year. The chapter presented Mr, Croarkin with a huge paddle bearing the names of all the fraternity members. Climaxing the banquet ac- ities held at the Bonfey Inn of Kirksville was the crowning of Miss Karen House as 1970 Chap- ter Sweetheart. Miss House is a senior accounting major from St. Louis, Mo» The formal dance was held in Ophelia Parrish Junior High, Providing music for the evening was the ' Dal ton Gang ' from Co- lumbia, Mo. We were sorry more alumni could not attend. Our alumni brothers who are presently serving our country have been actively correspond- ing with us here at Mu Sigma. We ask that you keep up the good work and continue to keep us informed about yourselves. Keep in touch so that we may always have your current ad- dress. Good luck and keep the cards and letters coming in. marriage, etc., the Phi Kaps are holding down fourth place. With some surprising performan ces in the track meet and some not so surprising ones in sjoft ball the Phi Kaps just might have the coveted all-school sports trophy to set in their house next fall. Successful Fall Rush Program Initiated as actlyea and 11 men were held over aa neophyte brothers due to 1«, gS. This becane possible with the passing of a new IFC ruline During the fan pledge s ' ea- •on Dan Goble assuaed the off. Ice of Pledge Instructor. Pre- ou5ly Dwig».t Cook -resigned the post due to student teach- ing comnittments. The ' Goober ' Administration devised a totally new pledge program which was unanimously approved by the active chapter and is in the process of being tested now. The fall pledge class took their pledge skip to Kansas State University of Manhattan, Kansas. Kansas is an 18 state, therefore a good time was re- ported by all that went. Steve White was chosen by the fall pledge class as the outstanding active and Mick West was voted the outstanding pledge. This spring semester, Marvin Moots was elected Pledge In- structor for the coming academ- ic year. Of the 10 liiitial pledges, 8 remained during the spring semester. They complet- ed their eventful pledge sea- son with a skip to the Ifiniver- sity of Missouri at Rolla. Due to new IFC grade rulings, heavy pledging occurred in the fall. Therefore our class of eight is one of the largest on campus. The following were initiated into the brotherhood: Bill Burke, Ron Buswell, Amie Bu- tay. Woody Glascock, Bill Got- tmn, Steve Lee, Kerry Stray- hall, and Dan Woodcock. The active body voted Dan Woodcock the outstanding pledge. Marvin Moots was chosen the outstand- ing active by the pledge class. Page .V - l hi Kn,,tin FQLLQW THE CRQWB fkm TO KIRKSVILLE V ▲ lllllllilll C Miiiiiiiiiify A BADGE, A PARTY, A TROPHY, A HOUSE None of these things make PHI KAPPA THETA The qualities which are unseen BROTHERHOOD, FAITH, FRIENDSHIP, LOYALTY, RESPi These are found inside of men These make PHI KAPPA THETA. The above basically emphasizes the differences between a frat ' ity and a club, and expresses why fraternity men are deeply loyal to their frat lity. While clubs dwell primarily on a few particular aspects, the fraternity distinction IS that it strives for the complete development of its members: spiritually, academically, and socially. It also develops a lasting fellowship, a strong identifi- cation and a sense of unity. These valuable assets are the result of the principles and ideals upon which a fraternity is founded. in Footbal I (jome reprinted from The Temple Spring 69 Dear Brothers, I would like to apologize for not getting a newsletter out to you de rving alumni earlier this year We, here at Mu igma in Kir- ksville send our best regards to each of you and hope that everything is going well for ycu. We urge you to keep in contact with us and stop in and see us whenever you can. At this time, I would like to thank the members of my com- mittee, the committee chairman who submitted articles, and Kr. Eugene Croarkln, all who helped to make this journalistic mas- ter piece possible. Fraternally yours. Rod Steinmann Alumni Relations Chairman Fall semester rush was fair- ly successful. It consisted of the following activities: a ' Hippie Love-In ' Dance, the traditional Novinger parties, several coffees at Elaines, and the Annual PKT Smoker held -in the activities room of the Stu- dent Union Building. Thirty- six men pledged Phi Kappa Theta Spring rush consisted of two coffees and a Smoker in the Student Union. It was most successful as ten men pledged PKT. Art James was fall rush coordinator and Jim Baker is presently serving as our spring semester coordinator. Dear Brothers, They said they wanted some words of wisdom from the Pres- ident, but I ' m not sure I can fufill that request, I think the first thing I ' ll do is say thank you to you the alumni for all the things yi u did while ycu were in school and for the fine contributions you have made since. I would also like to thank you for your patience in waiting for this first Alumni Newsletter. As you know from your own experience it is often hard to get something new started, but now that we have gotten the first one out I ' m sure they will continue. This has been a good year for the Phi Kaps and I think getting this newsletter out is really the icing on the cake. I hope this letter will encourage fur- ther communications between you, the alumni, and us the active chapter. Please notify us of any address changes, im- portant events, honors or un- expected happenings concerning you or any other alumni brot- hers. I hope most of you will be able to return to beauti ful downtown Kirksville in the near future to see our new house. Aside from the dirty dishes it is usually pretty neat. Well, I guess I had better close now. About the only words of wisdom I can give you is to communi- cate and ccme and see us some time soon» Fraternally yours, Kent Harshbarger President Four BrolluTS iiil the Diisf This has ' - been the " Year of Marriages " for Mu Sigma Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta. During the acauiemic year, four of our brothers ' bit the dust. ' They are: Hick Elkin, Tom Alger, Larry Weede, and Bob Rose. It may also be noted that Elk and his wife, Katie, are the proud parents of a baby hay named Christopher Scott Elkin. Bob Rose and his wife Leslie are the proud parents of a baljy girl named Jennifer Leslie Rose Recently, Kent Harshbarger, Chapter President, announced his engagement to Karen House » They will be married September 5th in St. Louis. Brother John Koenig has announced his en- gagement to Sharon Haley. They will be married August iSth. Three brothers are pinned. They are: Frank Cadigan to Penny Miller, and Henry Sesepa- sara to Margaret Langford, and more recently Darrell Hanslow to Jill Geopfert. + V The Phi Kaps, again this year, compiled desk blotters and distributed them to the faculty and student body, we received a profit of $175.00. Our spring project will be a ' Pizza Feed-In ' held at Ka- reenos. Project chairman, Mike Byrne is in charge. Northeast Missouri State College has a new president. Dr. Charles McClain. McClaih is replacing interim president Eli F. Mittler. PHI KAPPA THETA 216 West Normal Street Kirksville, Missouri 63501 STAFF EDITOR: PERRY BRADSHAW BUSINESS MANAGER: BECKY INLOW COPY EDITOR: PHYLLIS SCOTT LAYOUT EDITOR: LARRY LAMBERSON PICTURE EDITOR: CARLA JACKSON SPORTS EDITOR: RICH DEMAREST ADVISOR: JOE GALKOWSKI PHOTOGRAPHERS: KERWIN ROHR RICH BOWERS, FARSHID ASSASSl STAFF: HENRY SHEBITZ, NANCY FOUNTAIN. LOUIS HAMILTON, CATHY POWELL, ANN WRIGHT, BRENDA RILEY, RHEA WEERTS, JUDY HARRIS, MARY JURGENSON, SHERRY EPPERSON, KATHY HARRIS, ANN LEONE. HUGH SCHUETZ, SUSAN TAPY. SHEILA CALDWELL, CAROL HOLTCAMP, PAT GOEKE CONTENTS STUDENT LIFE PAGE 6 ACADEMICS PAGE 48 ACTIVITIES PAGE 88 GREEKS PAGE 154 ATHLETICS PAGE 184 CLASSES PAGE 230 INDEX PAGE 334 NORTHEAST MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE KIRKSVILLE, MISSOURI STAFF EDITOR: PERRY BRADSHAW BUSINESS MANAGER: BECKY INLOW COPY EDITOR: PHYLLIS SCOTT LAYOUT EDITOR: LARRY LAMBERSON PICTURE EDITOR: CARLA JACKSON SPORTS EDITOR: RICH DEMAREST ADVISOR: JOE GALKOWSKI PHOTOGRAPHERS: KERWIN ROHR RICH BOWERS. FARSHID ASSASSI STAFF: HENRY SHEBITZ, NANCY FOUNTAIN, LOUIS HAMILTON, CATHY POWELl ANN WRIGHT, BRENDA RILEY, RHEA WEERTS JUDY HARRIS, MARY JURGENSON, SHERRY EPPERSON, KATHY HARRIS, ANN LEONE, HUGH SCHUETZ, SUSAN TAPY, SHEILA CALDWELL, CAROL HOLTCAMP, PAT GOEKE CONTENTS STUDENT LIFE PAGE 6 ACADEMICS PAGE 48 ACTIVITIES PAGE 88 GREEKS PAGE 154 ATHLETICS. PAGE 184 CLASSES PAGE 230 INDEX PAGE 334 ECHD NORTHEAST MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE KIRKSVILLE, MISSOURI NINETEEN SIXTIES: The decade of the nineteen Sixties is now history, and Subject to the scrutiny of Future critics. How, then, Can we describe this period. The ten years which saw most Of us grow from childhood To adulthood? In many ways it was a violent Time. John Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and Martin Luther King, all fell victim to assassins ' Bullets, while eight student Nurses in Chicago and fourteen Bystanders in Austin died At the hands of madmen. Policemen ' s clubs grew bigger, And over-crowded prisons Seemed to grow smaller. The Berlin Wall proved that Democracy and communism could Not exist side-by-side. The Negro became the black, and Made it clear that he Could no longer exist as a Second-class citizen. Lester Maddox proved that anyone Could be in government, While the hemline rose, and The value of the dollar Fell. THE EXPLOSIVE YEARS Four presidents served in the 1960 ' s. Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, And Richard Nixon ail had a Hand in shaping the decade, And were, at times, objects Of both deserved and Undeserved criticism. The Gallup Poll became the New prophet of the age in its Search for the elusive " Silent Majority. " In the sixties we learned That we could no longer Smoke our cigarettes, drink Our diet soda, breathe our Air, swim in our water. Or watch color television. Parents ' worries were Complicated by sexier movies And more violence on Television. Youth became a powerful Force in the sixties. Young People dictated the trends In music, fashion, and Education. Music progressed From the simple melodic Style of the early Beatles, And became a powerful vessel Of social comment. ' The Torch Has Been Passed Politics also felt the impact Of the young, who, as never before, Tried to gain a voice in Government. ' The Generation Gap " became a popular phrase, Depicting the unwillingness Of the young to accept the Totality of their parents ' Society. In 1965 the unpopular War came to America. As our Military involvement Increased, so did the Dissension on campus. Never Before had the morals of Our Country been more Severely questioned. The Draft became an object of Rebellion and a symbol Of the war. Many refused To serve; many who served Died. Many great men died in this Decade, among whom were. Dag Hammorskjeld, Dwight Eisenhower, Adlai Stevenson, Albert Schweitzer, Robert Frost, Winston Churchill, and Ernest Hemmingway. To A New Generation ' (President John F. Kennedy) 1969 was the year of the Underdog. The Jets won the Super Bowl, the Mets won the World Series, and the United States beat Russia To the moon. However, Avis never quite became Number one, and Shirley Temple never quite became Congresswoman from California. Machines ran American industry Inthel960 ' s. Faced with the prospect Of more free time, many Americans Turned to such dubious diversions As alcohol, drugs, sex, and golf. In looking back at the Sixties, one can see a decade Of tremendous motion. Some, Of course, would say that It was motion in the wrong Direction. Others, however, Feel that in the latter Half of this decade people Truly began to get Together — an act which, If allowed to continue, could Be the greatest omen of the Century. Sealed: Karen Seroka. Sharon McCollum, Debbie Davis, Shelley Cochran, Linda Miller, Mary Kauffman, Connie Berryman, Nancy Hofer, Karen Koenig. Brenda Smith, Janie Mathis. Standing: Dana MacMillan, Elaine Koch, Mary Eads, Kathy Gilbert, Jean Abernathy, Pat East. Holly Gard- ner, Tootle Duffey, Sue Woltjen, Pamela Wares, Diana Lundberg, Mary Stout. Queen Competition Draws Fifty-two Coeds Fifty-two coeds were nominated for the title of 1970 ECHO Queen, and petitions with approximately fifteen hun- dred student signatures were submitted to the ECHO office. Judging for final elimination was held December 15 in the Alumni Room of the Student Union, followed by a recep- tion for all nominees and judges. The panel of judges con- sisted of faculty, students, and Kirksville representatives. Student judges were Bob Levy, Ron Sterchi, Pat Sullivan, Carroll Tankesley, Gretta Harris, Jerry Northcutt, and Perry Bradshaw. Representing the college faculty were Mrs. Dollie Wilson, Mrs. Charlotte Mittler, Terrance Moser and James Preston. Kirksville residents included Mrs. Dianthe Cable and Darrell Stick. From the fifty-two, twelve semi-finalists were chosen from which five were selected as Echo Queen finalists. Seated: Reve Gnuse. Summer Barry, Pat Goeke, Roni Fulbright, Phyllis Sargent, Gloria Sangeorge, Karen Bell, Karen Young, Esther Skinner, Barb Courtney. Ginny Greening, Jane deBruin. Standing: Jana Greig, Becky Swisher, Kathy Forness, Debbie White, Lynn Reifert, Nancy Lammert, Karladine Thurman, Cathy Brennecke, Jo Goldman, Caria Albrecht, Kathy Isley, Connie O ' Dear, Missy Burnaugh, Pal Fridley, Carolyn Smith. Five coeds were chosen from a field of fifty-two candi- dates to vie for the title oi 1970 ECHO yearbook queen. Darlene Benskin, a freshman business major is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Benskin of Chillicothe. Spon- sored by Alpha Sigma Alpha, Darlene plans either a teach- ing or a secretarial career. Sophomore English major LaRhonda Fulbright was sponsored by Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. The daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A.C. Fulbright, Roni transferred from the Uni- versity of Arkansas. Her main interests include art and creative writing. Finalist Karen Koenig plans a career in her major field of physical education. Sponsored by Sigma Kuppa M)rorii . she is the daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. John koenig of Webster Groves. A veteran of queen competition. Carolyn Smith was band queen at Milan High School. As a freshman business admin- istration major, Carolyn plans a leaching career. This in- dependent sponsored candidate is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Smith of Milan. Sponsored b Sigma Kappa sorority, Pamela W ' a physical education and guidance major, and plans a ic .Ur,. career. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wares of LaPlata. Dawson Chooses Yearbook Queen Len Dawson, quarterback for the 1970 World Champion Kansas City Chiefs, accepted an invita- tion to choose the 1970 ECHO queen from pictures of the five finalists. Dawson, who piloted the football chiefs to a 23-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in the Super Bowl, selected the queen during an in- terview at KMBC television studios in Kansas City where he is employed as a part-time sports announc- er. Having been propelled into the national spotlight after the championship game, Dawson appeared on various television programs, including the Tonight Show and the Dick Cavett Show. Perry Bradshaw, Echo Yearbook editor, looks on as Len Dawson, quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs, tries to make his difficult decision. After lengthy deliber- ation, Dawson selected the 1970 Echo queen from the five candidates " pictures. College Hostesses for the Echo Queen Contest included: (left to right) Cathy Powell. Mary Jurgenson, Nancy Fountain, Becky Inlow, Maria Mundell, Sheila Caldwell, Judy Harris, and Brenda Riley. y Len Dawson I ■ .- ,: M J0 ' 9r 1970 Echo Queen Carolyn Smith Karen Koenis Parrn. Busy college sludenls meet on the outside benches ol the Student Union to diseuss classes and social activities. 12 The new office machines and equipment provide business majors with a good basis for study and practice. Marching band director. Tom Dudcn view members as they execute maneuvers in preparation for a halflime show. Tom PhilMps puts finishing touches on a piece of potterv. Bulldog Harriers run man miles to keep in shape. An industrious student utilizes the resources of Pickler Library. Hungr students form long lines in Ryle Hall cafeteria. " The First Edition " roci group performed to a full house in Pershing arena lor the first of the year ' s Lyceum series. 1; i», V V ( ■n " Rain, rain go away .... Come again sonii: other day " Creative art students display their works and receive evaluation and help from instructors. Servicemen give informatioii and answer questions to interested students in the SUB. 1 The new stoplights located between the Student Union and Centennial Hall are a great help to girls in the dormitory. These girls eat all meals in the Student Union ' s Georgian Room, so frequent crossing of this busy street is a necessity. An mdustrial arts major ponders a dif- ficult problem in drafting. 16 Art major arranges modern art in the Student Union siiowcase. A torchlight parade is one of the highlights of ihc annual Greek Olympics. The potter ' s wheel provides a challenge for creative art students. These coeds work busily, molding and baking clay. Janet Seals Chosen As State Fair Queen Janet Seals, Missouri Queen of Tairs welcomes some 100.000 visitors to the Farm Power Show south ol Kirl sville on the Roy Jackson larm. Jan. a senior physical education major from Triplett. will represent Kirksville in the Mi.ss Missouri pageant in July. 18 _ , :• v vvMv-r- 4PUS TORE ' ' Xen you ' orber. " Students crowd bulletin board in the SUB in an effort to find good book sales at the beainnina of the semester. An NMSC student lives belter throueh chemisln. Tom Duden directs patriotic band members during the Homecoming half-time show. " Kaleidoscope of Patriotism " Computers are programmed at the Data Processing Center, which controls the functioning of the college system. Over-flowmg classroom reveals students listening intently to a Social Science lec- ture in Laughlin Building. rOl College Ployers NORTHEAST MISSOURI STA ' VOLPONE By Ben Johnson FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, Lecture Room - Baldwin Hall - 8:00 NMSC Activity Card Adult $l.i 20 r ' Azr or P£ACt Mk - l£l " m A OCT. !5 ' n 1969 saw the advent of various peace movements, including the Vietnam moratorium. Fashion-conscious coed braves the brisk, winter weather in her maxi coat. Temperatures dipped to -18 degrees in Januar . Hours of costuming, make-up, and scenic design, as well as hours of rehearsal, were spent in the College Players " production of " Vol- pone. " which was entered in the American Theatre Festival. An NMSC student wears the American flag on Moratorium Dav. October 15. 1969. Marcia Mossbarger. a senior physical education major from Brookfield. is the 1970 Missouri REC Queen and state candidate in the national contest. 22 V Kama Kruckenberg gives a fiery half-lime show at a Bulldog football same. Dr. Herman Wilson finds a moment of silence in between Greek Olympic events. NMSC students suffer second-childhood bruises at Leo ' s Roller Rink. N ISL men --lud). drill, and learn in llic KO K program, a new addiliiin on campus this _ car, ROTC is required lor all college Ireshmen. and is available to other interested students. Students become aware of many activities and meetings by watch- ing for announcements on the main campus bulletin board. 24 |. ' 1Sr m. - A weary NMSC student puts away the books, stretches out and relaxes to the radio after a week of mid-term exams. Many students enjoy fine food and soft music during the meal time hours in Missouri Hall cafeteria. Long, hard hours of work resulted in the many beautiful floats in the Homecoming Day parade. " Marchmg Bulldogs " , the College band, provide entcrlainmcnl and precision drills, marching for interested spectators at the Homecoming parade. 25 1 I Linda Krausc, NMSC candidate for American Royal Queen, is a sophomore English major from St. Louis. 26 Student Union Games Room offer-, an opportunit for relaxation. The missing Imk is alive and well on the NMSC campus. A coed puis ihc finishing touches on an orig- inal painting. Students Bill Evans. Becky Boal. Karen Harris, and Hal Whitaker patronize a Kirksville pizza house. 1 28 Chemistry students spend extra time experimcntmg m the lah. Al Capp signs autographs at Teachers ' meeting Light filtering through a frosted window creates this silhouette. 1 •I ApproxinialcK I ?U sororuv girls reside in the newly established Panhellenic Hail which is operated on the Honors Dorm system. Students enjoy a peaceful sail-boat ride on the lake at the Thousand Hills State Park. 30 aM-- ' m i tM wrmtlt " Bcsl ovcruH " homecoming float award was won by Sigma Tau (iamma fralcrniiy wiih ihcir " Knock cm to the Moon " entry. tven when the conditions ol coILl ' c lik become hazardous, some coeds keep up with the pace. .MHh )i ' - Sororities await new pledges at Panhellenic Yell-in held outside Kirk Memorial at the close of a three week rush season. Over one hundred pledged six cannpus social sororities. Open rush was held for coeds throughout the year. Students enjoy billiards, bowling, table tennis, and other activities in the Games Room of the Student Union. 32 An NMSC coed shows her enthusiasm in a dormitory football game. The campus bookstore is a busy scene at the beginning of the semester. Students weave on the art department ' s new looms. Sociali ini! in front ol l.aiighlin Hall bclwi-x-n classes is an old Ira dilion on ihc NMSC campus. New electric pianos in Baldwin Hall provide students with oppor lunities for more practice. t ' ,::: ' ' ::tpx:: ::::::). ' ' vA m y V- . ■■•.. • •.. ' •5 " ■ ••• , ' ..•♦•!.-: ill. ■ .. ••■ ' tdfl • • • I -fiarfrf :A JA Melinda Stallinas and Aubrey Johnson find a picture of an old friend as ihey take another look at last year ' s ECHO. w Two art majors capture their views of Kirk Memorial on canvas. Pretty fall days attract students to sketch campus buildings. Regina Highland checks catalogue requirements before completing registration forms at fall semester enrollment. Students break from classes to socialize on the Student Union steps. Sheila Berkowitz, Becky Inlow. and Sheila Caldwell distribute the lydV LL I lO as other yearbook staff members watch. Echo photographer captures the solitude of Stokes Stadium silhouetted against a colorful fall sunset. ' tW Pat Trent. 1969 Homecoming Queen, a senior Speech Pathology major from Kirksville. is surrounded by well-wishers immediately following the coronation ceremony. Student Senate President. Paul Craig, crowns Pal Trent as reigning Homecoming Queen for 1969. Students elected the queen and her at- tendants. Mind) Babbitt and Anita Weeks from eight candidates. Ron Sterchi views the coronation ceremony held in the Pershing Arena. Eight NMSC tOcd; victi for ' he litle of Homecom- ing Queen of 1969; Glenila l.aucr. Alpha Sigma Tau. Nancy Lammert, Sigma Kappa. Nancy Mad- den. Independcni, Linda Caglc. .Sigma Sigma Sigma, Anila Weeks. Business Administration Club, Pat Trent, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Beverly Smith. Association of Black Collegiaiis, arid Mindy Babbitt. Delta Zeta. Mindy Babbitt, attendant to the ' 64 queen is a sophomore Blenientary tduca- tion major from St. Louis. She is active as a college usher and in SNEA. Sophomore, Business Education major from Montgomery City is Homecoming attendant. Anita Weeks. Anila is a past Miss Missouri candidate. Ni - N y . ' X ,iv .ii„. W . i% ■%! . ' s t - ,xr- V - i ' % -if . r -. •»i «i- f - r N „ ,- ' ' fe . ' ■v- T i«i» f-i f(. Many long hours were put into the construction of the Homecoming of Dr. William Kunzler, Director of Freshman Enrollment. Queen-s float, which was a project of the freshman class, under the supervision Illusion created by industrious student 42 Through the maze of construction equipment, trucks and workers, students do go to classes. Capacity crowd awaits Lyceum performance by Kenny Rogers and " The First Edition " . iMH i !i|| !!■! I iji ' il Bulldog football tri-captains John Suell, John Bringer, and Bob Levy check last minute plays with Coach Russ Sloan. ECHO staff members lurk outside Violette Hall before going to a weekly meeting. 46 Joan McDivilt studies in Pickler Memorial Library. This year carrels were installed for individual study. Moratorium folloucrs bring action to campus on October 15 by pledg- ing their support to the nation-wide movement. Students distribute literature, explain the purpose of the Moratorium, and collect donations. 48 49 Board members silting: Raymond Baker, Vice President: James Reinhard. President: Bruce Hunt. Secretary. Standing: Dr. tli F. Miltler, Interim President; Mary Alice Bunney. Howard Hoffmaster, John Bartow. James F. Jae, Jr., the newest board member fills the vacancy left by the resignation of Howard Hoffmaster. Reinhard Serves As Board President James R. Reinhard served as President of the Col- lege Board of Regents during the past year. Other offi- cers included Raymond Baker, vice president, and Bruce Hunt, secretary. Howard Hoffmaster served as a member until December: at that time he resigned due to a change of positions with the Lee Newspaper Enter- prises. Replacing him was James F. Jae, Jr. Other members were John Barlow and Mrs. Mary Alice Bunney. The by-partisan board, three Republicans and three Democrats, were appointed by Governor Warren E. Hearnes. The Regents hold their offices for the term of six years. 50 10 Howard Hoffmaster addresses a group of young journalists in Baldwin Hall. Dr. Mittler, Board president James Reinhar d, and Dr. McClain discuss projected campus master plan. Walter H. Ryle IV converses with James Reinhard about the Latin American history program at the College. Bruce Hunt socializes at a reception for Dr. Mittler. Dr. Mittler Serves as Interim President Dr. Eli F. Milllcr was appointed as Interim Presi- dent of NMSC following the resignation of Dr. F. Clark Elkins. Mittler, who became the first Interim Presi- dent in this school ' s history, announced an " open- door " policy in regard to students visiting his office. Appointed in June of 1969, Dr. Mittler served as Pres- ident until Dr. Charles McClain assumed the duties of the office in February of 1970. After completing his term as Interim President, Dr. Mittler assumed the position of Vice-president in charge of extra-divi- sional affairs. Dr. Mittler attended Central Wesleyan College and received his B.S. in Ed. from Central Missouri State Teachers College, Warrensburg. He holds M.A. and Ed. D. degrees from the University of Missouri, and has done post-graduate work at the University of Minnesota and Columbia University. Dr. Mittler is taking a brief time-out while he occupies the presi- dent ' s chair during his Interim Presidency from July I to Janu- ary 31. 1970. Dr. Mittler, prior to his appointment as Interim President, was head of the Division of Extension Services which provides people with the opportunity to take correspondence and extension classes. Kirksville Mayor L. P. (Pete) Anesi signs a proclamation designating ROTC Week in Kirksville. Looking on are Colonel John Gerrity, professor in military science, and Interim President Eli Mittler. 52 Ur. hli Miulcr pulled the trig- ger which fired the first shot in the new ROTC rifle range, located in the basement of Brewer Hall. Mrs. Charlotte Mitller receives Homecoming mum from Dr. mums were sold by the Honorary Art Club as an annual project. Mittler. The President Emeritus Walter H. Ryle is greeted by Interim Pres- ident Eli F, Mittler at the President ' s reception. Mrs. Mitller and Mrs. Ryle also exchange greetings during the evening ' s activities. Dr. Charles J. McClain Assumes Dr. Charles J. McClain became the tenth presi- dent of Northeast Missouri State College on February 1. 1970. He served as president of Jefferson College at Hillsboro, Missouri, prior to his coming to NMSC. McClain, 38, is married and the father of two teen-age girls. His family will remain in Hillsboro until the completion of this academic year. He is a graduate of Southwest Missouri Stale College at Spnngfield, received his master ' s degree in Education from the University of Missouri at Columbia and his doctorate in Education from the University. McClain was Director of Public Relations at Southwest Missouri State from 1955-1956; .served as Superintendent of Schools, Jefferson County, from 1956-1959; was Assistant Dean of the College of Edu- cation, University of Missouri, from 1961-63; and became president of Jefferson College in 1963. McClain was Chairman of the President ' s Coun- cil of Missouri Public Junior Colleges from 1967-69; President of the Missouri Association of Junior Col- leges, 1966-67; Vice president of the Missouri Con- gress of PTA, 1965-68; Chairman of the Three Rivers District, Boy Scouts of America, 1966-68; is a mem- ber of the Board of Directors, Girl Scout Council of Greater St. Louis; was President, Department of Universities, Colleges and Junior Colleges of the Missouri State Teachers Association, 1965-66; is a Fellow of the Presidents ' Council of the American Institute of Management; served as Chairman of the Teachers Education and Professional Standards Committee, Jefferson County Teachers Association, 1966-67; and was chairman of the Legislative Com- mittee of the Missouri Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. He has had articles published in the " Modern Language Journal " , " College and University Busi- ness " , the " Missouri Parent Teachers Association Journal " and other professional journals. McClain served on the Governor ' s Conference of Education 1966-68; is a consultant for the Institute for Junior College Student Personnel Officers at the University of Missouri and a professional adviser, Public School Systems, In-Service Educational Pro- grams. He is also a member of the Commission on Colleges and Universities, North Central Association of Junior Colleges from 1965-66. President Charles J. McClain signs a proclamation designating March 1-7 as Circle-K Week on the College campus. Observing the signing are Gary Strasser, chapter president, and Peter Koumas, president of Kiwanis International in Kirksville, of which Circle-K is a branch. NMSC Presidency February 1, 1970 Martin Bailey presents the plaque earned by these business students at the intercollegiate business simulation contest held at Emory University, Atlanta. Georgia, to President Charles J. McClain. Onlookers are James Edwards, extreme left, faculty adviser. Don Hagan. with trophy and Gary Barnett. right. Dr. McClain is pictured with his family in their Hillsboro home prior to their moving to Kirksville this spring. Mrs. Norma McClain watches as her husband pours refreshments for daughters. Melanie and Anita. The McClain family will reside in the president ' s mansion at 706 S. Halliburton. P.R. Division Releases News Robert L. McKinney served as Assistant to the President and as Head, Division of Public Relations and Information Service. Activities performed by his division included the dissemination of College news by Mrs. Joyce Delehaunty, who was employed by the College effective September as a newswriter. William Cable, director of publications, also served as sports information director; John Kenney was the College publicity photographer and instructor in photography. Directing the alumni activities was Russell Harrison under whose leadership the NMSC Alumni Association conducted fall and spring meetings in various counties of Northeast Missouri. The ECHO yearbook and the INDEX newspaper were under the direction of Joe Galkowski. Russell Harrison, director of alumni services, and Robert Bradley display disc which contains a complete alumni listing. " sH ■ r ' ' v 7 m ) 1 1 . ' ' Bv Serving as Head of the Public Relations and Information Service Division for NMSC is Robert L. McKinney. William Cable John Kenney if WN Russell Harrison Joe Galkowski 56 Dr. Arlhur L. Fritschel. dean of instruction, is preparing a report that he is to submit to the Curriculum Council. Dr. Harold Copenhaver was appointed to the position of assistant to the dean of instruction this year. Instruction Dean Advises Students Dr. Arthur L. Fritschel, deal of instruction, acted as chief academic officer of the College for the past year. Dr. Fritschel was the coordinator of this year ' s expanded Day of Dialogue in February, and was instrumental in its creation last year. The switch from quarters to semesters this year brought about transition problems which were dealt with largely by Dr. Fritschel. His office was helpful in advis- ing students how to best utilize the semester system in completing the required courses for their degree. Dr. Fritschel served on the Curriculum Council, which decided any changes, additions, and improvements of the e.xisting academic program. Dr. Fritschel main- tained a personal contact with interested students, despite his servinc on various other councils and committees. Taking time from her administrative duties. Dean Gra- mann prepares to make traditional presentation to the Homecoming queen. The administrative demands of his position call for Dean Henry Boucher to do much research on latest trends and developments. Administration Serves Students ' Needs With a wide range of responsibilities, the Division of Student Affairs, under the leadership of division head. Henry Boucher, was in charge of the administration and supervision of student conduct and discipline, student or- ganizations, social activities, both on and off campus housing, student aids, awards and scholarships, student employment, and other non-academic activities concerned with the general welfare of the students. Faculty sponsor of the Panhellenic Council. Dean of Women, Rita Gramann. also worked with beginning fresh- men, set up the social calendar, distributed the monthly activities calendar and made her office available to all college coeds. Dr. William Kunzler, Director of Freshmen Enrollment, was responsible for the orientation, advising and enroll- ment of all new freshmen. He was also the sponsor of Student Mentors and Men ' s Dorm Council. Housing arrangements for students, both on and off campus, was the primary objective of Director of Housing, Al Holzmeier. The Work-study program is effectively run from the office of the Director of Financial Aids, under the leader- ship of Wayne Newman, for qualified students who seek financial aid while attending college. Rita Gramann Dean of Women Alfred Holzmeier Housing Director Dr. William Kunzler Freshman Enroll- ment Director Wayne Newman Financial Aids Advisor 58 Graduate Dean Judson Mamn has ihe responsibilil of evaluating the ap- plications of those students who desire to enroll in the graduate division. A«ifr« Office Administers Graduate Programs Promotion of the Graduate programs at the college is the major function of the Office of Graduate Studies. Duties include receiving applications for admission to graduate work, receiving transcripts after a bachelor ' s degree or master ' s degree has been earned, and evaluating the applications and transcripts. The director of Graduate Studies works with the Graduate Council in formulating and revising policies. Various procedures were modified this year in adjustment to the change to a semester system. Admissions Office Welcomes Students Responsibility for admission of students to N.MSC is a major part of the Admissions Office. This office makes contacts to high school seniors through college days held at various high schools in the area. The .Admissions Of- fice provides assistance to the high school students in selecting a college and obtaining material about NVISC. particularly in fields of individual interest. A senior day is held on campus, directed by the .Ad- missions Office, to allow a chance for high school students to visit the campus and explore its services, facilities, and course work. Charles Elam. Director of Admissions, supervises and coordinates the admission of freshman and transfer students to NMSC. Registrar ' s Office Maintains Records Academic records are kept under supervision of the Registrar ' s Office. Responsibilities of the office include maintaining accurate student records of credit and grades, providing transcripts, evaluating transfer credit, certi- fying credit to other schools and the Stale Department of Education, and sending out student grade reports. Another duly of the Registrar ' s Office is direction of various class registration procedures. This year a new arrangement was made, providing for student assistance at registration by Registration Mentors. Requirements for student aids included academic average, clerical ability, and the desire to help students. Maintenance Dept. Protects Campus In addition to providing college engineers, security patrol, custodians, electricians. firemen, carpenters, painters and gardeners for the college campus, the Maintenance department handled some special jobs this year. Protecting the campus grass, draining the sidewalks of water, and removing snow were some of the miscel- laneous duties faced by the maintenance department. Director of Maintenance. Howard Morris, is assisted by a chief engineer, head custodian, head gardener and chief of securit). Gene Schneider serves the maintenance department as the chief eneineer for NMSC. Dr. Orville E. Bowers serves the college as Registrar. Howard Morris directs the division of Maintenance at NMSC. 60 Dr. Roberl Wright looks over scores made b students who have taken voca- tional interest tests. Dr. J. C. Wright became the acting head of Extension this year. Study Lab Started By Testing Center Working with students on academic probation, or those returning to school after academic suspension, is a major service of the Counseling and Testing center. Directed by Dr. Robert Wright, the cente7 introduced a study methods laboratory this year, de- signed to assist students who have inadequate study habits. The center also offers counseling for students with vocational planning problems, educational prob- lems of any nature, and social or personal problems. The staff includes four counseling psychologists and one psychometrist. Emil Green Dr. Richard Mease L £a Dr. Jack Reiske Extension Division Places Teachers Furthering college services to as many areas as possible is the objective of the Extension Division. The division serves college students, high schools, teachers and communities. Included in the Division of E, tension Service are the Bureau of Placements, Bureau of High School Educational .Activities, Bureau of Audio-Visual Edu- cation, and the Bureau of Correspondence and Ex- tension Service. Students who are unable to attend an educational institution may take courses through this service, and public school teachers may take courses toward a degree under supervision of the division. Dr. J. C. Wright serves as acting head of the Ex- tension Division. Under his direction are Kathleen Bohon. Bureau of Placements, Forest Crooks, Bureau of Audio-Visual Education, and Noah Richardson, Bureau of Correspondence and Extension Service. Business Service Controls Finances College financial and business matters are directed by the Division of Business Service. With the central of- fice located in Baldwin Hall, services extend to the entire campus. Under supervision of this office is the purchasing agent, who makes requisitional purchases for the college, and the comptroller, who administers the internal budget and certifies expenditures. Also included in this division was the Stenographic Office, responsible for duplicating service for the college, and the telephone e.xchange sw itchboard. Marion Johnson Business Service Division Union Serves As Center Of Activity Students, faculty, and guests of the college campus enjoy services of the Student Union. Since the union opened in 1967. many activities have been centered in the building. Facilities include a snack bar, cafeteria, dining room, a bookstore, a barbershop, and a games room. Students also use the lounge for study and the iv room for entertainment. Student organizations frequently make use of the .Ac- tivities Room and meeting rooms upstairs. N ' arious com- munity organizations also hold meetings, breakfasts, luncheons, and banquets at the Student Union. Receptions, recitals, parlies and dances for the entire student body are also held in the Activities Room. Pete Nicoletti Head of Business Service Union director Kenneth Sykes attempts to provide uniformity and coher- ence to the Union ' s management of diverse functions. 62 ■ ' ■ . The data processing equipment is utilized by many teachers in an effort to facilitate testing and grading techniques. Center Handles Information Systems Responsible for supervising the development of in- formation systems for the college is the Data Processing Center. Some of these responsibilities are fulfilled by offering advice in the areas of information storage, in- formation transmission, or information usage. During the past year, several new systems were developed and implemented by the center staff for the division of Business Services. In addition, a research grant was accepted from the Missouri Commission on Higher Education to develop a facilities information sys- terii for the colleges in the slate. These activities and the operation of our student and alumni information systems has caused a great increase in the regular activities of the center. Future plans call for an intensive analysis and up- dating of current systems, and the development of sys- tems in several new areas. Robert Bradlev serves as head of the Data Processing center. e3 upward Bound Uses Special Curriculum Upward Bound is a college preparatory program de- signed to generate the skills and motivation necessary for success in education beyond high school among young people from low income backgrounds and often inadequate secondary school preparation. The program seeks stu- dents with potential whose ability and personal worth may not have been recognized in the typical classroom. Instructors and tutor-counselors are carefully se- lected for their capability and willingness to try innova- tions in teaching and their ability to understand and identi- fy with the Upward Bound student. A special curriculum is designed to involve students in learning experiences which will help develop creative thinking, effective ex- pression and attitudes toward learning needed for post- secondary educational success. Basil Morlan, head of Upward Bound, supervises the operations of the program, which seeks to increase educational opportunities of young people. Free Medical Aid Offered To Students Clinic services for students include medical treat- ment and minor surgery. The clinic, located in Kirk Building, is available for all students. Special services include flu shots to hundreds of NMSC students. Tests and immunizations are given free of charge when requested by the student and recommended by Dr. John Biggerstaff, supervisor of the College Health Office. NMSC student takes advantage of clinic services and gets medical aid from Dr. John Biggerstaff, college physician. 64 Home Economics Broadens Program Special fields of concentration were added to course work available in the Home Economic ) division. For those enrolled in the Occupational Program in Child Development a new laboratorv was provided in remodeled quarters of Adair House near Violette Hall. Other special fields included clothing and textiles, foods and nutrition, and home management. New equipment included a closed circuit television used in teacher education classes. The Home Economics division curriculum is designed to allow majors in the field to teach particular areas of emphasis. Practical application of subject matter is pos- sible in clothing construction classes, food preparation laboratory, child development laboratory and residence in the home manaeement house. Mrs. Dorothy Pearson. Head of the Division, looks through textbooks for supplementary material for class lectures. Home Economics majors plan, not only for a teaching career, but also for a career as a homemaker. Olivene Baker Jovce Hearn Dr. Charlotte Revelle Rose Shanight Elizabeth Wilson « Division Offers Flexible Program For those students pursuing business careers, the division of Business Education offered a flexible program designed to: prepare teachers of business subjects for secondary schools and junior colleges, prepare students desiring a degree in business, and provide intensive short courses in business for those seeking immediate vocational training. Completion of one of the programs enabled students to obtain the Bachelor of Science degree, the Bachelor of Science in Education, or the Master of Arts degree. In addition, a one and two-year certificate program was available to students who did not care to major in business but who had desired preparation for office and secretarial training. Certificate of Completion was granted to those who completed the program, with special recognition for those who maintained a B average or better. During the past year, a two-year certificate program in accounting and data processing was set up, and a Master of Business Administration program is currently being formulated for the division. Dr. Charles Kauzlarich. supervises the Business Division, which not only offers a degree to Business majors, but also a one and two-year certificate program. Students increase their business knowledge by practicing drills in short- hand. Student gains valuable advice from another student on writing brief forms in shorthand. 66 41 % " -. . vV i 4 S ' . " ' AT Wi R!ii »S!Slk|.3 W msSiS ' ii immmxHitm Dora Clark Eugene Croarkin Gwendolyn Durham Students practice and improve their skills on secretarial machines in- cluding the IBM keypunch. Winferd Durham James Edwards Laura Hulsc Jeff Jessee Janice Legg Dr. Harold Mickelson :r: , 1 i Joseph Mitch Dr. Robert Sprehe Jerry Vittetoe Beverly Wheeler Similar interests in Business causes these students to gather to discuss various aspects of ihcir future careers 67 Education Division Prepares Teachers Preparation for future teachers, school administrators, and counselors constitute the major purpose for Education Division faculty members. In addition, the division works toward understanding the role of a teacher or administrator m the community, as well as the school. Throughout this year, plans for improving student teaching training were made. Under the direction of Dr. Taylor Lindsey, the division strived to prepare students to become teachers, guidance counselors, principals and supervisors for schools in Mis- souri and throughout the nation. Considerations for improvements for the campus in- cluded simulated classrooms, and an audio-visual center. Education faculty helped to prepare approximately eight hundred student teachers this year. Courses stressed under- standing of youth and school organization. The division offers degrees in elementary education, secondary education, ad- ministration and guidance. Dr. Taylor Lindsey, Head of the Education Division, is responsible for approving students to lake education courses, in order lor them to student teach. Education courses include such student responsibility as making lesson plans and working in simulated classroom situations. 68 Dr. Clifton Bell Forest Crooks Dr. Marlow Ediger Elizabeth Evans Dr. Massye Coins Dr. Loren Grissom Dr. Earl Ludlow Dr. Grace McReynolds William Matthew Fruits of labor of education are shown at spring graduation, as the Presi- dent of the senior class places a wreath at the foot of Joseph Baldwin statue. Dr. Richard Mease Dr. Ivan Miller Clarence Murphy Richard St. Clair Dr. H. B. Tate Dr. Howard Terry Dr. Linn Terry 69 Fine Arts Boasts Pianos, Displays Electric console pianos were an addition to the Fine Arts division facilities for elementary majors. The pianos operated with earphones and an instructor console, com- bining private keyboard lessons and practice with class- work. The division also sponsored programs for second- ary teachers in art, music, and allied arts. Important services of the division included oppor- tunities for student performances in concerts, tours, pro- grams and entertainment at special activities, such as football games. Art displays by students and faculty ap- peared in the Student Union gallery and Baldwin Hall. These functions served as experience for the fine arts students and opportunities for campus appreciation of the arts. Dr. Dale Jorgenson, head of the Fine Arts Division, coordinates the tours, concerts, displays, special activities, and recitals in which music and art students participate. Helen Babbit Marvin Bartel Don Canady Dr. Roger Cody Lewis Danfelt Clay Dawson %ir Kathleen Dawson Tom Duden William Fitzsimnions Dr. Thomas Higgins Dr. Mary Belle Jepson 70 Elementary music majors practice fundamental drills on the electric console pianos in Baldwin Hall. These pianos are a new addition this year to the Fine Arts Division and allow increased individual supervision by music professors. Dr. Leon Karel Dr. Frederick Kirchberger Rent McAle. andcr Richard Morton William Murra David Nichols Dr. Tom Ritchie Barbara Stevenson C.lauuiin- i ci i-. William Unger Di, Richard Weerls 71 PE Division Chosen For Pilot Program The division of Health and Physical Education offered training and education in correct health practice and effec- tive physical education teaching techniques, and stressed participation in a program of extra-curricular physical education. To emphasize their goals, the division sponsored pro- grams for inter-collegiate, extramural, and intramural competition for interested students; this department also had the responsibility of preparing professional nurses to serve the expanding medical needs of man. During the past year, Life-Time sports authorities chose the Health and Physical Education department as a pilot trainer institution for April, 1970; this new program emphasizes the national demand for graduates skilled in life-time sports. The selection of this campus as one of the schools participating in this program served to focus interest on the work carried out by the Health and Physical Education division this year. Dr. Joseph Dolan, Head of the Division of Health and Physical Education, keeps busy in the performance of his duties. The need for medical aid in the nursing profession is recognized by both civilian and military factions of society. 72 Patricia Afshar himira Baiotto Jane Barnett Jane Barlhng Alice Bchynicr Kathleen Bennett Larry Bolcach Jack Bowen Dr. Max Cogan James Daugherty Dr. Mary Estes Dr. Charles Fast Dr. Christine Foster Kenneth Gardner ' %. Dr. Virginia Hoffman Boyd King Regina Lindhorst Sam Nugent Dr. Ralph Pink William Richerson Jane Rider Willard Sims Russ Sloan Martha Spath Mary Thurman Maurice Wade JoAnn Weekly Sarah Wimp Lucille Winslow 73 Old Department Finds New Home Division work in Language and Literature included department revision in both English and Speech. In the Speech area, plans involved an updating of curriculum, according to indications of recent research, and main- taining the best of traditional programs. Considerations also included allowing more electives in general educa- tion and within the speech major requirements. The English department offered a new course in linguistics during fall semester. Extensive curriculum re- vision to take place in the next few years was a part of the department planning. Another innovation for Language and Literature was the move to offices in Nason Hall. Dr. Perry Whitmore began his second year as head of the division of Language and Literature. Along with his administrative duties, he taught a Mythology Class. Gail Albrmhi Dr. Huinberto Alvarez Ruth Beal Wanda Bemboom Jane Byrd Dr. Glenda Clyde Anna Downing Berenice Dry JoeGalkowski Charles Greeley Dr. Linda Heun Dr. Richard Heun Elizabeth Holt Dr. C. V. Heuneniann 74 Joan Hunter Fred James eonnic Joncj Martha McClaske Dr. Rachel McKay Dr. H. Chandler Monroe Huberc Moore Donna Nehns Dr. Joaquin Penalver Everett Porter Linnea Ralcliff Dr. Madeleine Roch James G. Severns Madelene Sykes Donna Truitt Leona Whiltom Dolly Wilson Dr. Herman Wilson Dr. Elizabeth Worrell Donna Wright Cast from the College Players production of " Archy and Mehitabel. " take a break at one of the man rehearsals that go into a successful performance. Vanasio Sele and Randy Petty, members of the Readers Theatre, go through their parts from the oral interpretation program. " No Hiding Place. . . ' ■ Students busily scurry to and from classes in Violette Hall, home of the Mathematics department. Math Division Adds Audio-Visual Aid Audio-visual equipment was added to the Mathematics division this year. A new machine, the audiocan, illu- strates information recited on tapes. Available to students during the day. the equipment serves to improve abilities in such areas as data processing key-punch. Freshmen students were required this year to select a math course as part of their general education work. Advanced mathematics courses enabled students to acquire preparation for teaching modern courses in the field, and provided a background for other related professions. Dr. Dale Woods strives to keep the math program at a high level of excellence through awareness of new developments in the field. John Bartling Mary Sue Beersman Dr. .lohn A. Beuckman 1 .4»«k1 l-w rf. Karen Croarkin Dr. Joe Flowers Don Groff Mary Kohlenberg Duane Norman Dr. J. P. Purdy Kenneth Sitwell Tom R. Thompson William Weber 76 Students at NMSC find the study carels on the second floor of the hbrary to be very helpful to them throughout the year. Kathel Addleman Martha Brockman Linda Buescher George Hartje. director of the library, glances through a new book for the Pickler Memorial Library ' s collection. Eleanor Ellebracht Florence Kibler Odessa Olstud Library Division Has Improvements Improving library facilities to benefit both faculty and stu- dents was tfie primary goal of the Library Science division m 1969- " 70. A remodeling of the older part of Pickler Memorial Library was completed, including air conditioning and improved lighting. New study carels. lockers, and enclosed work rooms for faculty members were installed. Students enjoyed checking out pictures from the prints made available for loaning. Another innovation to the division was a library resources course required for new students. The library also participated in the Education Resources Information Center project, which makes information in the educational field avail- able to students and faculty. Elizabeth Schuetz Ruth Schutle 77 Industrial Arts Finds New Home Looking toward completion of the new Industrial Arts building, the Industrial Arts division has already made changes and new plans. New courses of study have been offered in industrial technology and industrial occupations. A major in Driver and Safety Education has also been made available. Industrial Arts students made use of added equipment in the area of industrial plastics, power mechanics and woodworking. Plans formulating this year include one and two-year technical programs. Construction of the new Industrial Arts complex serves as evidence of the growtfi of the campus community. Dr. Roland Nagel demonstrates to students some of tfie principles and techniques involved in the use of industrial equipment. Dr. Ronald Bagley Duane Cole Raymond Crist Dr. Larry Davis Arthur Harrington John Kenney w ik 2S- Hiiu William Minor Dr. D. D. Nothdurfl Lowell Priebe Joseph Rhoads Ralph Shain David Travis 78 Dr William Hall spends many hours utilizing varied mechanisms in an effort to find better ways of aiding those with speech difficulties. Clinical Services Provided Students Reading, special education, speech pathology and audiology made up the four major areas of interest in the division of Special Programs this year. Contained in the division was the Speech and Hearing Clinic which provided clinical services for the college students and people from surrounding areas. Here students conducted diagnostic clinics n speech, hearing, and reading. Division staff members also cooperated with the Kirks- ville Regional Diagnostic Clinic. Both graduate and under- graduate degrees were offered in this division. Joining the staff of the division this year were Dr. Linnea M. Anderson as professor in Special Education; Mrs. Betty Bejcek as instructor in Special Education; and Mrs. Wynn Rutledge as instructor in Speech. Dr. Linnea Anderson William McClelland Betty Bejcek Dr. Elizabeth Frazier W ■I 1% i Dr. Kenneth McGuire Dr. Jeffrey Mitchell mk As part of her educational experience in special education, a student engages in playful discussion with children at the Diagnostic Clinic. Mary Roberts Wynne Rutledge James Sparks 79 MA Degrees Offered To Science Majors Space available for the science division has tripled in the past two years. The division has also begun to acquire facilities for its laboratory courses which were added to the curriculum in the fall of " 69. Laboratory courses for freshman as general education requirements, including biological inquiry, earth science, and physical science are now offered. Juniors and seniors were enabled to participate in research type courses in preparation for further work at the graduate level. The Master of Arts degree in education is now offered in science. Plans are being made to make a Master ' s degree in biology available. Dr. Dean Rosebery, as head of the Science Division, was instrumental In implementing new curricula in the division. Dr. Max Bell Dr. John Black Dr. James Bywaters Victor Cochran Melvin Conrad James Dimit Denman Evans Dr. Max Freeland 80 •stt «- . i w lfil Dr. Charles Gross David L. Hanks Dr. Jack Magruder Roberi S. Mason Dr Don Q. Milllkin Dr. Roberl Nothdurfi in ii Dr. Wray M. Rieger Science students make use of the new laboratory facilities which are being increased every year. Dr. Robert Pcavlcr Dr. Gary Sells Dr Will Selser Dr. John Settlage Eugene Smilh Richard Stevenson Donald Walker £ ! Social Scientists Pick Many Degrees Comprehensive courses of the general college con- tributed heavily to the division of Social Science. Required course offerings included World Civilization as well as subjects among the directed electives. Students majoring in elementary education, business administration, vocational home economics, and several other fields were furnished the required courses by Social Science to complete their degree work. Majors offered under this division were in the fields of social science, history, economics, geography, psy- chology, political science and sociology which led to the Bachelor of Science in Education degree. In addition, the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees were offered in several areas. In the fields of social science and history, a Master of Arts degree was made available. Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg, Head of the Division of Social Science, plans the division ' s varied curriculum at NMSC. Dr. Earl Cunningham Anthony D ' Souza Pat Ellebracht Dr. M. F. Eller Dr. Jack Hines William Kills Dr. Pauline Knobbs Joseph Ku Dr. David March 82 Laughlin Building, the center of social science operations on campus, houses most of the division ' s classes as well as its faculty offices. ( - wak«:: ' i 7m iiii ii Dale Martin Dr. Donald Mitchell Dr. Charlotte Mittler Dr. No-Young Park »» ■■ tffk lH James Preston Waller H. Rvle. IV Dr. Robert Schnucker Dr. RuthTowne S3 ' ■■■ ' V ' f-! ' i ' . ' f ' : .; ' m Colonel John F. Gerrity, formerly of Fort Hood, Texas, heads NMSCs new ROTC program. ROTC Completes Its Initial Year Reserve Officer ' s Training Corps, under the direction of Colonel John F. Gerrity, was introduced into the College curriculum fall semester. Juniors were enrolled in the ad- vanced ROTC program and attended summer training camp at Fort Benning, Georgia. NMSC was one of the 15 colleges chosen from 100 applications submitted to the United States Army Department for the ROTC pro- gram ' 69 ' . Approximately 624 freshmen were taught military history, weapon, equipment, and lead- ership techniques, operations, and basic funda- mentals of the Army, as well as the basics of the other armed forces. Students completing the four years will be commissioned 2nd lieu- tenants in the Army. Freshman rifle teams were able to practice at a new seven point .22 caliber range which in- cluded automatic target transports and safety modifications necessary to reduce sound. Margaret Ann Milder, the first coed to enroll in NMSC " s ROTC program, receives instruction from Captain Joe Huddleston. Colonel Gerrity reviews the new cadets on the tennis courts parade grounds south of Campbell apartments. Military personnel of the ROTC unit are shown conferring on logistic matters for the support of the ROTC unit. Left to right. Staff Sergeant Benny C. David, Ft. Sill, Okla- homa; Captain Roy A. Collar, Vietnam; Staff Sergeant Leo L. Marlelon, Ft. Leonard Wood; Colonel John F. Gerrity, Ft. Hood, Te.xas; and Major Donald M. Currie, Vietnam. 84 Mike Thornberg, recipient of NMSC ' s first four-year ROTC sctiolarship, is sworn in by Colonel Gerrity. ROTC Cadets participate in the raising of the colors immedi- ately before Bulldog home football games. The NMSC ROTC Cadets stand in formation during one of the regular training sessions at the College tennis courts. These sessions, held on Tues- days and Thursdays, enable the cadets to develop precision in close order-military drills. j? Il ««»■» .. F. _. Dr. Walter Ryle Continues Writing Dr. Walter H. Ryle III, President Emeritus of NMSC, is involved this year in two major projects con- cerning the college. The first of these projects is the writing of the school ' s centennial history, 1867-1967. From his office in Kirk Memorial, Dr. Ryle gathers historical infor- mation necessary in the preparation of this, his sixth book. Utilizing the college Missouriana collection, in- formation from various alumni, college archives, and old college publications. Dr. Ryle has completed 22 chapters of the history. Dr. Ryle ' s second project concerns the restora- tion of the NMSC campus. Working with the college maintenance department, Dr. Ryle is involved in a program for the beautification and rejuvenation of NMSC. Supervising landscaping and overseeing the operations of the greenhouse are among his duties in this field. Following a day of research in the College museum. Dr. Ryle leaves Ihe Rotunda of the Kirk Memorial. Behind his desk in Kirk Memorial. President Emeritus Ryle prepares ■ more copy for his historical book about the College. J Dr. Ryle continues to show his interest in campus landscaping as he views a variety of flowers in Ihe greenhouse. 86 r::£? ' »;f9HEmrBW» 7k ' iri v, « Paul O. Selby. Dean Emeritus of Cecil H. Allen. Professor Emer- Instruclion, Professor Emeritus itus of Psyctiolog) , B.S., A.M.. of Business Education, B.S. in Pfi.D. Ed, A.M., Ph.D. Otho Barnett, Assistant Profes- sor Emeritus of Drafting, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. Sherod Collins Named To Emeritus Rank Berenice B. Beggs, Assistant Professor Emeritus of Englisfi, B.S. In Ed., A.M. Waller A. Browne, Professor Emeritus of Geograpfiy, A.B., AM ,Pli.D. Sherod .1. Collins, Assistant Pro- fessor Emeritus of Speech, B.S. in Ed., A.M. John C. Goetze. Assistant Pro- fessor Emeritus of Instrumental Music. B.S. in Ed, A.M. George H. Jamison, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, B.S., A.M. Nan E. Wade, Professor Emeri- tus of Modern Language, A.B., B.S. in Ed, A.M., Ph.D. Karl Webb, Professor Emeritus of Theory and Instrumental Mu- sic, B.S. in Ed., A.M. Willie Whilson, Assislanl Pro- fessor Emeritus of Primary Edu- cation. B S in r ! A.M. J 88 83 Student Council Now Student Senate Responsibility for the ruling of student body activities fell to the Student Senate, headed by Paul Craig, president and Kenneth Sykes. advisor. Assisting Craig in administra- tive decisions were his fellow Senate officers elected during Spring elections: Ron Sterchi, vice-president; Brooke Will- liams. secretary: Cathy Brennecke, treasurer; Mary Jo McClintock, councilwoman 1; Linda Cagle, councilwoman 2; Dan Brooks, councilman 1; Dean Nickens, council- man 2; and Rich Beard, councilman-at-large. According to the new constitution which was adopted last spring, the Student Senate is to " promote the general welfare " of NMSC students. Throughout the year, the Sen- ate has worked with the Student Union Board to sponsor activities and promote ideas and changes that would be bene- ficial to the students. Homecoming activities were sponsored by the Home- coming committee this year, but the Senate provided the funds for the coronation expenses, prizes for the parade, and for the Homecoming dance. President Charles J. McClain discusses campus activities with mem- bers of the Student Senate and the Union Board. Rich Beard. Linda Cagle, Dan Brool s, Dean Niclcens, Mary Jo McClin- tock, Cathy Brennecke, Ron Sterchi, Brooke Williams, and Paul Craig; Student Senate members, organized and planned the first Fun Festival held at the college in several years. 90 STUDENT SENATE Row I: Paul Craig, president; Ron Slerchi. vice pres- ident; Brooke Williams, secretary; Cathy Brennecke, treasurer; Kenneth Sykes. sponsor. Row 2: Connie Gruer. freshman councilwoman; Linda Cagle. councilwoman; Cathy Powell, sophomore councilwoman; Nancy Bu- ford, freshman councilwoman; Row 3: Kathy Finch, junior councilwoman; Mary Jo McClintock. councilwoman; Karladine Thurman. junior council- woman; Beverly Richardson, senior councilwoman: Kama Kruckenberg, senior councilwoman. Row 4: Thomas Robinson, freshman councilman; Daniel Brooks, councilman; Dean Nickens. councilman; Mark Morrow, senior councilman; Bob Miller, junior councilman; .lames Gantt, sopho- more councilman. Senate President, Vice-President Resign The annual Christmas dance featuring the ' Impassions " was sponsored by the Student Senate. Other activities that the Senate sponsored were the Fun Festival in February and Twirp Week in April. Attractions found on campus during the Fun Festival weekend were a carnival, movie, jazz festi- val, dance featuring the Willie Mitchell Band, and a faculty- student basketball. The Senate also supplied money for new cheerleading uniforms, films for Black Week, and a guest speaker for SYNAPSE, the campus literary magazine. Throughout the past year, the Student Senate had stu- dent representatives working with members of the faculty on the Lyceum, Planning and Development and the Day of Dialogue Committees. Through this representation, the stu- dents gained an increased voice in campus affairs. In February, the Senate was shaken by the resignations of Paul Craig and Ron Sterchi, the former leaving his post due to an " educational committment " and the latter for his responsibility to the College basketball prograin. These de- cisions left the chairmanship of the student government to Brooke Williams. Student senate holds its r!ce;i-,i; in iru- Mudeni Union on Monday evenings at 5:00. Union Board Has Busy First Year An innovation for NMSC, the Student Union Board was formed through adoption of the Student Association Consti- tution in the spring of 1969. Some of the Board ' s first activ- ities were sponsoring Friday night dances and movies. The Board worked to achieve greater interest in student govern- ment. Six committees make up the Board: Social, Publicity, Films, Public Relations, Recreation, and Special Events. During the first year ' s activities, members set as their ob- jectives utilization of Student Union facilities to a greater extent, discovering and promoting new ideas to benefit the school and encouragement of student involvement in social, cultural and recreational aspects of the campus. The Student Union Board, finishing its first full year on campus, has as one of its responsibilities the planning of Homecoming Coronation Ceremonies. STUDENT UNION BOARD Row I: Hugh Schuelz, president; Jerry North- cutt, vice president; Beverly Richardson, secretary; Karen Yackley, treasurer; Steven Schweizer, committee chairman; Douglas Peterson, committee chairman. Row 2: Barb Wedde, Carol Sees, Shirley Hopmann, Janice Spencer, Lynn Swann, Ann Leone, Sue Tapy, Becky Inlow. Row 3: Paul Craig, Bob Toole. Steve Budde, Dan Klein, Gary Webb, Bill Thomp- son, Ric Constance, Kenneth Sykes, Director of Student Union. Row 4: Bill Maier, Jay Crump, Wm. Alan Wilson, George McClinlock, James Fergu- son, Kent Harshbarger, Raymond Taylor. 92 STUDtNT MENTORS Row 1: Sherry McKie, Sally Ellenberger, Linda Miller, Helen Fi nley, Donna Batlaglia, Joyce Lichte, Elizabeth Halter. Row 2: Eilene Langford, Linda Randell, Elaine Langford, Becky Inlow, Nancy Fountain. Paulette Kautz, Linda Ellis, Karen Seroka. Row 3: Kaye Ditmars, Dianne Moltet, Jacquelyn Jones. Janette Stoffa, Linda Krausc. Nancy Lammerl, Anita Weeks, Joni Binder, Joyce Crull. Row 4: Allen Schreck, Hal Whiteaker. Hugh Schuetz. Wm. Alan Wilson, Thomas Logan, Johnnie Wood, Larry Jones, Perry Bradshaw, David Bean, Duane Charles. Mentors Volunteer to Assist College [in ; SI Sponsored by Dr. William Kunzler, the Student Mentors served the campus in a service capacity for a number of years. Activities included assistance with freshman enroll- ment. Parent ' s Day, and also Senior Day m the spring. Mentors are upperclassmen volunteers who must have two faculty recommendations before they are finally selected by the Director of Student Personnel Services. Usually Stu- dent Mentors are appointed for one year, but may be reap- pointed to serve for a succeeding year or until graduation. Student Mentors assisted the College in a variety of ways Freshman Orientation activities. including CARDINAL KEY Row 1: Jeanne Dwyer, president; Kathy Bagley, vice president; Eilene Langford. secretary. Elaine Langford, treasurer; Mar- lys Dailey, reporter; Jeanne Taylor, historian. Row 2: Pat Trent, Sherrie Walker, Phyllis Moehle. Linda Cagle, Shirley Hopmann, Kaye Ditmars, Karen Yackley, Linda Miller. Helen Finley. Row 3: Donna Sees, Patricia Parks, Judith Twillman, Mary Wells, Jeanne Sparlin, Willa Mollet, Olinda Gastler. Cardinal Key Initiates 19 New Members After initiating nineteen new members in the fail. Car- dinal Key began its program of service to the college. Car- dinal Key coeds sold Homecoming buttons to finance the an- nual Nan E. Wade Scholarship. The Christmas trees in the Student Union lobby and in the library were a result of their decorating abilities. Other activities were co-sponsorship of the Home Library Contest and organization of the spring reception for women honor-roll students. In November, members sent a representative to the Na- tional Cardinal Key Convention in Flagstaff, Arizona. The club ' s sponsor, Miss Leona Whittom, served as Cardinal Key National Advisor and member of the National Board of Governors. In the spring, the organization presented the an- nual Agnes Slemmons Scholarship to a woman doing gradu- ate work in English. Karen Yackley and Sherrie Walker pose for the camera before Cardinal Key meeting on campus. 94 Blue Key Spotlights Service Activities Co-sponsoring the Red Cross Bloodmobile was a new project for Blue Key this year. Other projects included di- recting the Homecoming parade, distributing the student directory and maintaining the travel board. Blue Key members also sponsored the College Campus Bowl and conducted tours on Senior Day. With a membership of 20 in 1969, Blue Key ' s service activities were based upon the motto, " Serving, I live! " Membership requirements in- cluded scholarship, leadership and faculty recommendations. Assuming one of the responsibilities of Blue Key, member Jim Pollard facilitates the supervision of the annual Homecoming parade. BLUE KEY Row I: Ron Leazer, president; Stephen Sanfilippo, vice presi- dent; Larry Rigdon, corresponding secretary; Frank Davey, treasurer; Joseph Yager, recording secretary, Al Holzmeier, sponsor. Row 2; David Lindley. Rockne Gross. John Caldwell, Douglas Peterson. Steven Lorcnz. Tom Bureh. Dwayne Williams. Row 3: Rolland Vander Zyl. William Neff. David Moore, Daniel O ' Connell, Aubrey Johnson, Jim Pollard, Frank Sims. i CARDINAL KEY Row I: Jeanne Dwyer, president; Kathy Bagley, vice president; Eilene Langford, secretary. Elaine Langford, treasurer; Mar- lys Dailey, reporter; Jeanne Taylor, historian. Row 2: Pat Trent, Sherrie Walker. Phyllis Moehle. Linda Cagle, Shirley Hopmann, Kaye Ditmars, Karen Yackley. Linda Miller, Helen Finley. Row 3: Donna Sees, Patricia Parks, Judith Twillman, Mary Wells, Jeanne Sparlin, Willa Mollet, Olinda Gastler. Cardinal Key Initiates 19 New Members After initiating nineteen new members in the fall. Car- dinal Key began its program of service to the college. Car- dinal Key coeds sold Homecoming buttons to finance the an- nual Nan E. Wade Scholarship. The Christmas trees in the Student Union lobby and in the library were a result of their decorating abilities. Other activities were co-sponsorship of the Home Library Contest and organization of the spring reception for women honor-roll students. In November, members sent a representative to the Na- tional Cardinal Key Convention in Flagstaff, Arizona. The club ' s sponsor. Miss Leona Whitlom, served as Cardinal Key National Advisor and member of the National Board of Governors. In the spring, the organization presented the an- nual Agnes Slemmons Scholarship to a woman doing gradu- ate work in Enalish. f- F - H tfltfl iwi Karen Yackley and Sherrie Walker pose for the camera before a Cardinal Key meeting on campus. 94 Blue Key Spotlights Service Activities Co-sponsoring the Red Cross Bloodmobile was a new project for Blue Key this year. Other projects included di- recting the Homecoming parade, distributing the student directory and maintaining the travel board. Blue Key members also sponsored the College Campus Bowl and conducted tours on Senior Day. With a membership of 20 in 1969, Blue Key ' s service activities were based upon the motto, " Serving, I live! " Membership requirements in- cluded scholarship, leadership and faculty recommendations. Assuming one of the responsibilities of Blue Key, member Jim Pollard facilitates the supervision of the annual Homecoming parade. BLUE KEY Row I: Ron Leazer. president; Stephen Sanfilippo. vice presi- dent; Larry Rigdon, corresponding secretary; Frank Davey, treasurer; Joseph Yager, recording secretary, Ai Holzmeier, sponsor. Row 2; David Lindley. Rockne Gross, John Caldwell, Douglas Peter-son. Steven Lorenz, Tom Burch. £:)wayne Williams. Row i: Rolland Vander Zyl, William Neff, David Moore, Daniel O ' Connell, Aubrey Johnson, Jim Pollard, Frank Sims. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB Row 1: Ken Burnham, president: Mike Mulholland, vice president; Madelyn Buclcman, secretary: Adam Marshall, treasurer: Ron Stabler, reporter: Allan Curtis, parliamentar- ian: Dr. Harold Mickelson, sponsor: Winfred Durham, sponsor: Paul O. Selby, honorary member. Row 2: Danny Dorsey. Carl Foultz, John Rob- erts, Kenny Bounds, Oran Hutchison, Lynn Johnson, James Ferguson. Dareld Kerby, David Froneyberger. Stephen Hull, Harry J. Reed. Row 3: Bob Bever, Ron Blake, Ron Bailey, Gary Schoeni, Terry Loose, Larry Lamberson, Gary Gooch, Larry Rigdon, Ron Mahannah. Steve Hilton. Row 4: Steven Peterson, James Robertson, Roger Moore, Dwayne Thomas. Lawrence Minnis, Steven Slocum. Darrell Ratliff. Jim Ragland, Doyle Chamberlain, Richard Spellman. Gary Osbourne, Dennis Belzer. Row 5: John R. Moffitt. Frank Davey. Robert Baker, Richard Mayer, David Strutt- mann, David Behn, Aubrey VanHouten, Bob Miller, Jim Mills. Rick Bell, Ron Bielinski, Bob Toole, Robert Symons. J.C. Penney Is Business Club Member The Business Administration Club, organized in the fall of 1966, is presently in its third year after receiving its charter at its annual spring banquet in 1969. In the fall of 1969, J.C. Penney accepted membership in the club. He was the featured speaker at the spring banquet of 1970. Dr. Paul O. Selby, Dean of Instruction Emeritus of Northeast Missouri State College, was made honorary member of the Business Administration Club at a 1969 banquet. Other activities for members this year included: spon- soring a free all-school dance, hearing noted speakers at regular meetings, and tours of various Missouri businesses. To become a member of the club, a student must be a Business Administration major, have at least a 2.0 grade point, and be in good standing. Highlighting a successful year, J.C. Penney, founder of the J.C. Pen- ney Company, becomes a member of the campus Business Administra- tion Club. 96 Business Society Fosters Feliowship Pi Omega Pi, National Business Education Society, was founded on the College campus as Alpha Chapter in 1923 by Dr. P. O. Selby, Dean Emeritus. It serves to bring to- gether present and future business educators and to provide professional fellowship. A Christmas party was held in the home of Dr and Mrs. Robert Sprehe, co-sponsor of Alpha chapter, for all mem- bers. Candy was made for the annual candy sale which was held shortly before Christmas. Pi Omega Pi ' s project for the spring semester was the forming of an alumni directory, and the distribution of this directory to all alumni. Presently, Pi Omega Pi has a membership of 28,000 with 123 chapters in 34 states. The present membership of Pi Omega Pi on this campus is 50. Future business leaders practice diligently on office machines. PI OMEGA PI Row I: Kenneth Sowers, president; Kathryn Bagley. vice president; Jane Bartels, secretary; Evelyn Stoner, treasurer; Murlene Wallace, historian, reporter; Beverly Wheeler, sponsor; Robert Sprehe, sponsor. Row 2: Ann Struttman, Phyllis Moehle, Jeana Shulls, Ron Plum, Max Rockwell, Gayle Christen, Katherine Graves, Helen Finley, Edith Grieshaber. Row 3: Reve Gnuse. Ann Wright, Sherri Quigley. Janice Rusk, Loretta Hale, Ann Yutz, Rosalind Rada, Diana Schowe. Row 4: Ivan Wal- lace, Judy Randolph, Jacquelyn Jones, Pat Jacobs. Harry Holdcricath, Helen Bliefnick, Barbara Vogeler, Sue Shirk, Jerry Mohr. Row 1: Shirley Watson, president: Kay Ditmars, vice president. Dotta Hussman. secretary: Joni Binder, treasurer: Anne Sanderson, Liaison; Charles Greeley, assistant sponsor. Row 2: Marilee Gruneich, Carol Speck, Lynn Smith. Alice Joy Bryant. Linda Stewart. David Tanner, Jan- Ice Bennett, Caria Jackson. Phyllis Scott, Nancy Odell. Row 3: Edda N. Chang, Diane Norris, Betty Gough, Jeana Shults, Cheryl DeWitt, Lynda Wenneker. Judy Billings, Susan Taulbee, Linda Anderson. Bonnie Wol- verlon. Row 4: Nancy E. Rock. Shirley Poertner. Patricia Evans. Mary Risse, Marilyn Eager. Stanley Mohr. Debby Wood. Julie Lademann. Steve White, Debra Kent. English Club Attends Theatre Plays Activity highlights this year for the English Club in- cluded a traditional afternoon tea for the Language and Literature faculty, discussions by English student teachers, featured guest speakers, and attendance of noted theatre productions. Organized in 1963, the English Club strives to alert members to current teaching problems, and encourages reading, writing, and interpretations of literature. The English Club is open to all students, faculty, and staff, and is affiliated with the National Council of Teachers of English. Faculty members talk with English Club members at their tea for the Language and Literature department. 98 Spanish Studied By Romance Student s Romance Language Club members had a busy year working to improve their mastery of the Spanish language, and their knowledge of Latin American culture. Highlights for the club this year included several parlies, guest speakers, and a Spanish exhibit in the Student Union. Last summer several club members traveled and studied in Mexico for six weeks, and reported on their ac- tivities and experiences to the other members of the or- ganization. Everyone is encouraged to travel, if possible, in the Latin American countries to obtain direct experience in speaking and communicating in Spanish. Under the sponsorship of Dr. Humberto Alvarez, and Dr. Joaquin Penalver, the Romance Language Club is open to all students. Songs, dances, poems and games are enjoyed at the meetings, as well as lectures and discussions. Romance Language Club students dress appropriately for a party. Row 1: Kenneth Fleak, president; Edda Chang, vice president: Karen Ap pel- tauer, treasurer; Dr Joaquin Penalver, co-sponsor. Row 2: Marianne Strassner, Julio Toledo. Gustavo Appeltauer, Zelma Dowell. Barbara Strother. Row 3; Amaurys Rodriguez, Richard Uberlin. Bob Molina. Rigo- berto Millo, Paul Harbourn, IVrinis I : ne. 99 Three members of the Student Couneil for Exceptional Ctiildren pick up a scfiedule of club activities for the year. SCEC Learns Teaching Methods At Clinic The Student Council for Exceptional Children discussed methods of teaching exceptional children and worked with them at the Diagnostic Clinic. All special education majors or anyone interested in working with exceptional children may belong to SCEC. One of the organization ' s busiest projects was the selling of paper mache Christmas trees, angels, and other Christmas-lime figures. The proceeds from this project were used to finance the annual trip to the national convention in Chicago. STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN Row 1: Bruce McQuillen, president; Phillip Faris. vice president; Barb Wedde, secre- tary: Annie Clark, treasurer; Dr. R. Jeffery Mitchell, sponsor. Row 2: Gina Clark, Joyce Lichte, Beverly Richardson, Lu Wu, Jane McQuiston, Rhea Werts. Row 3: Vicki Patryla, Linda Muir, William Tsaur, Judi Ingerson, Kenny Cohen, Liyun Wu. Row 4; Margaret Raining, Nancy Nelson, Betty McEwen, Diane Buxman, Marty Phillips, Beth Graff, Nancy Bootby, Glenna Novinger. Row 5: Charles Moore, Beverly Dahms, Dick Kao, Hank Gray, Robbie Ludy, Susan Bleigh, Dick Gustafson. xoo ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ROW I: Rose Mary Allbee, president; Sherrie Walker, vice president: Marilyn Lampton, sec- retary; Shirley Barnelt, treasurer: Celestia Anderson, historian; Carole Wyrick, publicity chairman: Charlotte Mayer, publicity chairman; Dr. Grace McReynolds, sponsor. Row 2: Sally Gheens, Brenda Boswell. Gwen Groharing, Beverly Lancaster. Connie Gruer, Carol Helenthal, Ronda ,ludd. Joy Adam, Sally Walker, Gloria Seitsinger, Barbara Taylor, Mary Lou Behring, Donnette Coburn, Susan Hull. Beverly Jones, Beverly Moore, Pamela Hinman. Row 3: Linda Randell. Liz Hesse, Deardra An- liker. Ann Spear, Claudia Moore, Carolyn Frevert, Nancy Ashmead, Carol Sawmiller, Nancy Wyhs, Kathleen Gilbert, Blanche Weber, Beverly Colston, Joyce Cain, Jane Ehrich. Pamela Clover. Rosanna Behle, Dar- lene Hulbert, Carolyn Pepper, Sandra Jordan, Barb McCay. Row 4: Con- nie Wolf, Denna Swan, Mary Kay Fisher, Donna Wilson, Ron Evans, Joyce Hanna, Linda Murray, Patty Jacobs, Susan Stephenson, Gayle Nissing, Linda Bauer, Patricia Parks, Harriet Poffenberger, Mima Duda, Glinda Tucker, Linda Tucker. Mary Cook. Sandra Turner. Row 5: Mary Jo Banta. Judi Ingerson, Joyce Wehde, Delbert Roberts, Carolyn Uniphress, Mary Anderson, Nancy Bothe, Kay Knoche, Sandra Harrison, Kathryn Easley, Caria Albrecht, Phyllis Mudd, Linda Lewiston, Karen Wick, Janet Wulf, Jill Wilson, Sharon Burgeois, Joan Heady, Janet Ellerhoff, Barbara Reed. ACE Programs Explore Student Creativity With membership reaching 110 for 1969, the Associa- tion for Childhood Education found numerous opportunities for worthwhile activities. Programs included a book review, a discussion of se.x education in the elementary school, and a visit to the Kirksville Diagnostic Clinic. Team teaching, year-round school, and ungraded classrooms were some of the topics presented by guest speakers. Members also investigated student creativity, social studies for primary-level classrooms, and methods of keeping teacher records. The Elementary Majors Chorus entertained the ACE at a Christmas party, which was at- tended by the children from the Kirksville elementary schools. ACE member obtains experience in teaching •■ ■■ " ■• •■ ,-ni,-i.itr Ilvi-I while directing a study of the American Indian 10 I STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Row 1: Rick Elk- in. President; John Smith, fir t vice pres.; Diana S chowe. second vice pres.; Linda Ordelheide. secretan: Lynn Smith, treasurer; Linda Stude. re- porter; Gar Strasser. historian; Howard Terry, sponsor. Row 2: Pam- ela Clover. Gayle Nissing. Nancy Wyhs. Elaine Langford. Wanda Brewer, Karen Wilson. Patty Jacobs. Beverlv Golston. Eilene Langford. Francine Fr e. Beverly Jones. Judy Omer. Connie Brewer. Mary Lou Behring. Janet Neill. Linda Bauer. Row 3; Diane Norris. Sherry Swanson. Marilsn Lampton. Deardra Anliker. Madonna Ventling. Barb Cleveland. Linda Murray. Janna Itschner. Colleen Knock. Clara Byrum. Patricia Ober- man. Carole Wyrick. Sharon Reading. Barbara Taylor. Row 4; Gloria Seitsinger. Connie Gruer. Ruth .Ann Niemeyer. Janet Axthelm. Judi Ingerson. Susan Stephenson. Dale Houck. Ken Clow. Nancy Kiefer. Maria Smith. Donna Wilson. Janet Seals. Cynthia Sawyer. Janice Rusk. Linda Vanderwilt. Row 5: Doris Boshart. Jo .Ann .Azar. Shirlev Poertner. Karen Wilderman. Beth Kattelman. Jud Randolph. Marty Singleton. Mar Ka Fisher. Linda Maxwell. Debbie Stark. Margaret Grace. Sharon Barnelt. Linda Shoush. Connie WolL Kerwin Rohr. A goal of SNEA members Is to influence more students to become public school teachers. SNEA Members Attend Joplin Meeting .An enthusiastic drive for membership brought the num- ber of SNEA students to an impressive 299 this fail. Stu- dents " National Education Association held an all-school dance during the first semester. A project for the year was organizing Future Teacher Associations in surround- ing high schools. Many of the SNEA members attended the regional con- vention in Joplin. Missouri, meeting members from Missouri, Oklahoma. Texas, and Kansas. The SNEA year ' s program closed with the spring officer ' s initiation banquet. 102 STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Row I: Mary Jane Engel. Judith Twillman. Garry Adams. William E. Jones. Gary Holliday. Danny Calhoun. An Renstrom, Charles .Moore. Dick Gustafson. Row 2: Janie Johnston, Holly Hendriks, Joy Adam. Sharon Zeigler. Shirley Hopmann, Diana Goodman. Joyce Hanna. Christine Hollhaus. Joyce Jobe. Geneta Maloney. Carolyn Germain. Linda Miller. Bonnie Wolverton. Row 3: Anita Weeks. Mary Jo Banta. Sally Painter, Rhonda Judd. Ann Yutz, Joyce Goodman, Jeannie Gordon. Dianne Mottet. Paulette Walker. Nancy Ashmead. Joyce Cain. Judy Billings. Penny Lindquist. Marge Wea- therly. Row 4: Carol Tadelski. Teresa Bartow. Karen Hassell. Carla Albrecht. Kathy Bagley. Carolyn Umphress. Jean Wehmeyer. Linda Lewislon. Lynne Richardson, Priscilla Wiley, Sandra DeVaul, Linda Randell. Cathy Brennecke, Marcia Masters. Row 5: Allan Dreyer, Ronald L. Baker, Bill Kirmes, Dan Christensen, Tom Burg, Ron Off. Robert Lemon, Art James. Pat ORourke. Bill Means. Larry Jones. Gary Gordy. Robert Sheesiey, Peggy Stempel. STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Row I: Pamela Hinman, Camille Quinones, Elizabeth Halter, Goldie Gilbert, Sandra Tuley, Kaye Ditmars, Diane Rukgaber, V ' icki Reese, Connie Williams, Linda Ellis, Carol Sawmiller, Jeana Shults, Joyce Gilkerson. Barbara Martin. Joyce Schaeffer, Arlys .Anderson, Mary Cobb. Row 2: Nancy Odell, Dianne Reinker, Helen Finley. Beverly Lancaster, Kathy Harter, Mima Duda, Bonita Evans, Faith Gilkerson. Marie Gladbach, Patricia Allen, Evelyn Stoner, Loretta Hale, .Ann Wright, Ernestine Strickland, Ann Spear, Georgie McCurdy, Brenda Plumlee, Rosanna Behle. Row 3: Joyce Crull, Harriet Poffenberger, Jane Watkins, Janet til, Peggy Eilel. Debby Wood, Karen Wick, Jacquelyn Jones, Kay Knoche, Pat Jacobs, Nancy Bothe, Cathy Bothe, Carolyn Ann Wells, Gwendolyn DeWitt, Nancy Wood. Cheryl DeWitt, Diane Hazen. Row 4: James Kirks, James Lorence, Wayne Rodgers, Michael Dickerson, Randy Morgan, Roy Swain, Harry Holderi- eath, Stanley Mohr, John Ruggeberg, Patrick Morrissey, Rolland Vander- Zyl, Kenneth Sowers, David M. Moore, Ronald Yearns, Dale Cox, Richard Demarest. 1C3 Kappa Omicron Pi Celebrates Founders ' Day Beta Nu chapter members of Kappa Omicron Pi worked hard this year to achie%e their motto: " Prove all things; hold fast to that which is true, and the truth will make you free. " Members of the club this year held their annual Founders " Day activities, and as a money-making project, participated in a " Mending Day. " To be a member of Kappa Omicron Pi. a student must have a 3.0 honor point ratio in a minimum of 8 hours of Home Economics, and must maintain a 2.5 honor point in all other courses. Kappa Omicron Pi members »ork to achieve professioaal results in aarmet construction. Row 1: Jo ce Crim. president; Sharon Bamett. nee president; Patncia Noel, reporter Joyce Crull. treasurer. Ro» 2: kalh Seviis. MariKn McCann. karen Y ' acklev. Karen Lake. Marsha Welde. Diane Munlz. Row 3; MariKn Mote. Linda Maxwell. Teresa Banow. Pegg) Hack. Barbara Fe s. Beckv Vates. Carol Freeman. 10 i Row I: G endolNn DeWitl, president; Daru Lcc. first vice proiOcnL. Patricia Noel, second vice president; Jovce Cnill. secrelarv; Ann Schafer. treasurer; Jeanne Sparlin. recorder. Cathy Bothe. sociaJ chair- man. Row 2: Jeannine Cafer. Elna Beth Jones. Carol Freeman. Lioda Bier. Sharon Lewlon. Doris Hall. Beckv Yates. Pegg Hack. Marsha Welde. Janice Howard. Vonda Jo Kraus. Elizabeth Wilson, sponsor. Row 3: Sharon Bamett. Karen Lake. Kathy Long. Marilyn Mole. Teresia WTieeler. Priscilla Wile . Janis Walter, MariKn Kurz. Barbara .Morris. Cheryl Love. Caroi Burrus. Karen Yackley. Row 4: Linoa Snou n, LmCa Ma.x»ell. Nylene Rutledge. G»enn Gardner. Janice Williams. Sharon Ken.r ev. Karen Galloway. Peg Munden. Pam Underwood. Connie J. W iiliams. Oiane Munlz. Kaihv Wagner. Row 5; Mona Thompson. Gwcnith Keiis. Ruih Mills. Caroi Tadelski. .Abigail .Anhaud. Gloria Newbrough. .Martha A. Green. Charlene Leilman. Carolyn May. .Arlene Bow en. Teresa Bartow. Judith Todd. Brenda Rodman. Home-Stvle Christmas Is Major Colhecon Event Costumed as hobos. Colhecon held a get-acquainted meeting for new members. After this informal beginning, the old and new Colhecon members held a series of ac- tivities. Group effort resulted in a float for the Homecom- ing parade. The planned a Christmas Bazaar and a Home Style Christmas part). For high school students interested in a Home Economics major. Colhecon sponsored a Hospi- tality Day. Their spring banquet honored graduating seniors. Christmas Bazaar 3rti»-it es ■ " . ■ - ' ' ■ ? " ' je for Coibecon rucmbers- tgaiaa x ORAL INTERPRETORS Row 1: Darwin Henderson, president; Larry D. Fortney, vice president; Vicki Biggs, secretary: Dianne Remsbecker, treasurer: Dr. Elizabeth Worrell, sponsor. Row 2: Brenda Smith, Nancy Odell, Wanda Brewer, Phyllis Scott. Lynda Steele, Joyce Hanna, June Johnson. Row 3: Janie Stevenson. Tina Cullen. Lynne Richardson. Susan Humphrey, Barb Rogers, Amalie Perales. Kathy Willis, Ron Evans. Row 4: Daryl Shafer, Donald Cantrell. Randy Petty. Robert Bruner, Gary Mc- Cormick, Venasio Sele, Thomas Rusert, Ed Schieffer. Oral Interps Provide Entertainment New members of the Oral Interpreters presented a Hal- loween program, opening the year ' s schedule for the club. Reader ' s Theatre presented a program the following month, reading works by Shirley Jackson and Ray Bradbury. John Van Durten ' s comedy on witchcraft was presented in De- cember. The Annual Christmas program was " Garlands for Christmas " this year, including various works presented by students and Dr. Elizabeth Worrell. Oral Interpreters presented a special program in Trenton, Missouri and indi- vidual readers participated in the festival at Terre Haute. Indiana in March. Members also attended the Hawthorne Festival at Columbia. Missouri and the Ozark Festival in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Readers Theatre Class mixes enjoyment with rehearsmg for " 1983 No Hiding Place. " 106 College Players Present Stage Variety " Volponc " , " Archy and Mchilabel " , " Come Back, Little Shcba " , and " The Knack und How to Get It " , were productions of the College Players during the past year. Showing an adaptability to several forms of theatre, the College Players also presented a living theatre at Thou- sand Hills State Park, wrote and sponsored a production in May, and in cooperation with the Fine Arts Department, pre- sented an opera. To give their productions an air of professionalism, the Players made cloaks for the ushers and started to serve refreshments at plays. College Players also sponsored the Film Club, an or- ganization which brings outstanding movies to the college. The year closed with the College Players taking a trip to St. Louis to view a theatre production. Talent and rehearsal are important in good stage production. COLLEGE PLAYERS Row 1: Frank Sladek. president; Gary Strand, vice president; Nola Neil, secretary; Jeanne Barta. treasurer; Gary McKiddy. historian; J. G. Severns. sponsor. Row 2: Kathie Ingels, Pat Brown, Cyndi Strand, Susie Feese, Marty Phillips. Jennifer Sawyer. Jean Epperly, Kathy Winslow. Row 3: Sherrill DeJong, Joyce Hanna. Nancy Boone, Dan Christensen. Judy Durbin, Lynda Steele. Patti Little. Cynthia Johnson. Row 4; Janice Livingston, Ellen Small, Helen Mattice, Christina Palcrino. Jan Galey, Douglas Donald, Bruce Nadler. Row 5: Phillip Faris. Gary McCormick, Russ Becherer, Steve Leeper, Loren Klahs, Jonathan Wilcox. 107 Row 1: Steven Sewell, president; Peter Ling, vice president; Kathy Col- lins, secretary; Nita Starbuck. treasurer; Cheryl Bundy and Bobbie Rine- hart, secretaries to foreign student office; Frances McKinney, foreign student advisor; Martha McClaskey, faculty sponsor. Row 2: Songsri Kraturerk. Valai Kwakbumrung, Edda Chang, Arrome Suwannapal, Chira- porn Suwanraks, Terry Forsythe, Gloria Ma. Krisna Suwanraks. Tida Nitipisanonta, Punlhip Pankam, Timothy Chung, Sue Lumley. Pungchai Saravasee, Wipaphan Suchinda. Yupayong Nimsomboon. Row i: Keumar Ahdieh, Sariya Pholpuntin. Patchraphorn Sidthisomvong. Becky Pearson. Debbie Kern, Jean Bowen, Kay Baser, Abigail Arthaud, Mary Simpson, Donna Wescott, Jo Ann Thompson, Susanna Liu, Mary Phegley, Sheng- Chen Liou. Row 4; Chaoralort Boonyapricha, Chaovalit Boonyapricha. Yee-Koun Tai, Muhammed Wuhush, Ahmed Mahmoud, Ribhi Abu Omar, Ali Alansari, Riad Marei, Gin Wen Tseng, Madhat Ahmed, Fayez Rayan, Vivat Visanuvimol, William Tsaur, Julio Toledo, Wun-min Lin, Narong- sakdi Talabhat. Ping-pong is a favorite past-time for International students. International Students Sparkle In Parade International Club added color to the Homecoming parade this year. Members marched in their native cos- tumes and carried their national flags. Students from 28 countries and the United States j oined together in a Christ- mas party, a talent-variety show and a spring banquet. In addition to planned activities, Internationals worked to promote friendship and understanding among the student body. Members attempted to share different cultures in order to foster good will among representatives of all nations. 108 1 -v ilU a:)Pi V- INTERNATIONAL CLUB Row 1: Irene Jen, Pearl Cheng, Wei-Ting Yin, Hsu-Chin Cheng, Anna Chow, Marg Benjamin, Pam Maxson, Lynelte Yagel, Yu-Chi Hsieh. Row 2: Chia-pu Chyu, Ebra-hini Parva, Amaurys Rodriguez, Jose Roldan, Manuel Zenteno. Lis Purschel, Jeannetle Yagel, Venasio Sele, Reza Ariana, Sirichai Tridhavee. Row 3: Marianne Stras- ser. Richard Sisul, Shahrokh Hoveydai, Jahanbakhsh Morlezapour, Asress Ephrem, Alireza Tamjeedi, Vitaya Chaisukumara, Mostafa Izadi, Abdnl- mohammad-Namazee, Iraj Kohzadi, Mohammed Ajami. Row 4: John Chen, Mataifale Lei, Perry Parson, Feridoon Bakhtiar, Akravong Suvan- somboon, Pen-ning Kas, Parviz-Rashidian, Gary Chidesler, Steve Leeper. Dieter Mussler, Kuan-Yuan Chang, Forceman Yen, Chi-Lieh Chiang, Mahmood-Mazandaranian. Taiwan educators. Dr. Timothy Chung and Dr. Chi Pu Chyn discuss the American education system Martha McClaskey conducts International Club elections. 109 APO Assists Frosh In Registration Epsilon Chapter to Alpha Phi Omega assisted the Kirlcs- ville chapter of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and sev- eral local scouting groups during the year. The year ' s proj- ects were opened by arranging the pre-game activities, dis- tributing an events program for homecoming, and providmg assistance with the Homecoming parade. Social activities were highlighted by sponsoring the an- nual Ugly Man contest. United Fund and the Heart Fund re- ceived the proceeds from the contest. Under the direction of Arthur Harrington, Epsilon Chap- ter was chosen as one of the outstanding chapters of Alpha Phi Omega in the United State for the last two years. APO members work diligently assisting students during enrollment and registration. ALPHA PHI OMEGA Row 1: Steven L. Schweizer, president: Rick Elkin, vice president; John R. Overton, recording secretary; Bob Warren, cor- responding secretary; Ron Rowland, treasurer; Larry T. Rigdon, Alumni secretary; A.E. Harrington, sponsor. Row 2: Alan Daniels, 2nd vice presi- dent- David Stull, John Koenig, Troy Cooper, Dan Klein, Larry Lamber- son ' Xerry Smith. Row 3: Leonard Sullivan, Terry Wendt, Marvin Moots. George Koontz, Harry Holderieath, Frank Davey, Wm. Alan Wilson, Bo Fast, James Ferguson. no CIRCLE K Row 1: Gary Strasser, president; Michael Lewlon. vice presi- dent; David M. Moore, secretary; Brian Anderson, treasurer; Dr. Gilbert C. Kohlenberg, advisor. Row 2: David Tanner. David Grieshaber, Ron Leazer, James Kirks, Dennis Hendren, David Froneyberger. Theodore Baker . Steven Loren . Row 3: Dennis Gray, James Davenport, David Behn. Robert Chamberlain. Bill Means, Jim Barnett. Circle-K Works To Aid Biafrans President Charles J. McClain signs a proclamation designating March 1-7 as International Circle-K Week. Looking on are Peter Koumas, President of Kirksville Kiwanis Club, and Gary Slrasser. Circle-K President. " Confronting the Issues. " Kiwanis Internationa for 1969-1970, challenged Circle-K to effective especially participation in the Missouri-Arkansas Project. The project was formed to earn $2500 for aid. As community projects, the Circle-K members at nursing homes, providing a Santa for residents, other services. The organization also sponsored di taged youth programs. As a college service, Circle vided coat checks for Lyceum programs. theme service. District Biafran worked among sadvan- K pro- Ill PHI DELTA KAPPA Row I: R. L. Terry, advisor; Don Q. Milliken, presi- dent; Larry Boleach, first vice president; Gail Albright, second vice pres- ident; Emil W. Green, secretary-treasurer. Row 2: Dr. Eli F. Mittler, Dr. Max E. Bell, D.D. Nothdurft, H. B. Tate, Roland P. Nagel. Lorin R. Cross, Wayne Newman, Jerry Vittetoe. Row 3: Winferd Durham, Joseph W. Rhoads, Lowell Priebe, Marion Johnson, Basil Morlan, Wray M. Rie- ger, Eugene Smith. Row 4: Henry Boucher, Dr. Charles Fast, J.C. Wright, Dr. Howard Terry, Pete Nicoletti, Zelwin B. Eaton, Dr. Earl D. Ludlow. Donald Milliken Leads Phi Delta Kappa President Don Milliken led Phi Delta Kappa in its monthly meetings during the academic year and weekly meetings dtiring the summer sessions. Phi Delta Kappa began in 1910 as a consolidation of three interdependent fraternities at Indiana University, Co- lumbia University and the University of Missouri. Campus chapters are now found in colleges and universities through- out North America where graduate work is done. Students selected for membership are not always graduate students but at NMSC the local requirement is that they must have had one quarter of graduate work with superior grades. Since its beginning in 1928, the campus chapter has initiated more than 500 men. Promoting free public education as an essential to the development and maintenance of a democracy is the chief purpose of the international honor fraternity for men in pro- fessional education. The organization is based upon the cor- nerstones of leadership, service, and research. Officers for the 1969-70 year were: Don Milliken, pres- ident; Larry Boleach, first vice-president; Gail Albright, second vice-president; Emil W. Green, secretary-treasurer. 112 Alpha Phi Sigma Starts Scholarships Alpha chapter was honored to host a national convention of Alpha Phi Sigma, which featured a presentation by na- tional president. Dr. James Nielson. At the meeting. Dr. Max Bell of the Science Division was named national vice- president as sponsor of the NMSC chapter. Two scholarships of twenty-five dollars each were es- tablished for the member having the highest grade point for a semester, and the member showing the greatest increase in honor-point ratio. Other projects were the annual Spring Banquet and the donation and planting of a Douglas fir on the college grounds. Contributing to this year ' s meetings were several enlight- ening discussions by faculty members on how to promote and maintain scholarship. Originating at the College in 1934, the fraternity has continuously stressed academic superiority. Membership requirements for the national honor fraternity are having a 3.0 honor-point ratio for two consecutive semesters, re- gardless of one ' s academic field. One could become an as- sociate member if he ranked in the top ten percent of his high school graduating class. Then after completing the re- quirement for college membership, he may join the national organization as a lifetime member. ALPHA PHI SIGMA Row 1: David Lindley, President; John Caldwell, vice president; Rose Mary Allbee. secretary; Ann Begeman, treasurer; Dr. Max E. Bell, sponsor; Sally Ellenberger, Patricia Obcrman. Colleen Knock. Row 2: Linda M. Miller. Helen Finley. Phyllis Scott, Karen Ap- peltauer, Jacque Ogden, Nicki Sample, Carolyn Pepper. Janet Axlhelm, Jane Bands, Evelyn Stoner, Carol Freeman, Connie Gruer, Ruth Ann Niemeyer, Mary Lou Behring, Ruth Angel, Carole Wyrick, Barb Wedde. Row 3: Nita Starbuck, Linda Randell, Elaine Langford, Linda Farr, Fran- cine McCormick, Karen Schneider, Shirley Hopmann, Karen Yackley, Connie Wolf, Mary Shelton, Debby Wood, Pat Jacobs, Cathy Brennecke, Rose Helen Smith, Marlys Dailey, Nancy Wood, Joy Adam, Donna Sees, Jo Ella Waybill, Gwen Groharing, Linda Miller. Row 4: Carol Sees, Carol Tipton, Nancy Fountain, Karen Thomas, Patricia Parks, Zelma Dowell, David Bean. Rockne K. Gross. Perry Bradshaw, Fred Curry. Jacquclyn Jones, Mary Wells, Jeanne Sparlin. Lynne Richardson. Kathy Noel. Shir- ley Poerlner, Reve Gnuse, Linda Stude. Mary Jo Banta, Kaye Ditmars. Row 5: Eilene Langford. Paulctte Walker. Richard Dcmarest, Ronald L. Baker. Ken Clow, Dean Schulenberg, Terry Taylor, Douglas Peterson, Dave Toops, Frank Sims. Frank Davey. Stephen Sanfilippo, Larry Rigdon. David M. Moore. Robert Lemon, Robert Gregory. Roger Demaresl, Benila Wiesemann, Shirley Watson. 113 Ot e)i HISTORICAL SOCIETY Row 1: Richard Demarest, president; Dale Cox. vice president; Stephen Sanfilippo, secretary-treasurer; Dr. David March, advisor: Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg, advisor. Row 2: Kathy Harter, Linda L. Stevenson, Joyce Jobe, Janell Perkins, Benita Wiesemann, Debra Wisdom. Row 3: Frances Crow, Susan Andrews, Betty Lugering, Sherry Eitel, Michele Brodeen, Beverly Myers, Shirley Irwin, Georgia McCurdy, Eleanor Ryan. Row 4: Roger Demarest, Ronald L. Baker, Robert Lemon, Tini Myers, Casey Boudreau, Kenneth M. Cingle, Robert Sheesley, Michael Dickerson, James Lorence, William E. Jones. Row 5: Bill Beans, Terry W. Gravemann, Roy L. Swain, Mitchel Burns, John Ruggeberg, Frank Sims, William Spaun, Steve Hebron, Gary Gordy. Historical Society Visits Lincoln ' s Home Dr. Ruth Towne holds roundtable discussion with Historical members. Members of the Historical Society had a busy and ac- tive year. Projects and activities included: the donation of fifty dollars to Pickler Memorial Library, a spring banquet. and field trips to Lincoln ' s home in Springfield, the Truman Library in Independence, and Ft. Osage in Sibley. Sponsored by Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg, this club is open to all students and faculty members interested in the fields of history and social science. 114 Dr. Knight Addresses P.A.T. Initiation Installed in 1968, Nu Chi Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta reached a membership of twenty-two faculty members and history majors. Dr. Homer Knight, national president of Phi Alpha Theta, addressed the chapter at their initiation banquet. Requirements for membership in the history honor club are 12 hours of history with a minimum of 3.1 grade average and a 3.0 honor point ratio in two-thirds of the remaining classes with a 2.86 over-all average. Anthony D ' Souza gives geography lecture at a Phi Alpha Theta meeting. PHI ALPHA THETA Row 1: Roy L. Swain, president; Ronald L. Baker, vice president; Linda Couchman, secretary; Willa Mollet, treasurer; Beverly Myers, historian; Dr. David D. March, sponsor; Charlotte W. Mittler. Row 2: Joseph Ku, Dr. Meredith Eller, Linda Hamill, Twiia Albertson, Marcia Hoekstra, Shirley Irwin, Mary Sue Mudd, Shirley P. Gowdy, Dr. Ruth Towne, Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg. Row 3: Perry Bradshaw, Robert Lemon, Frank W. Sims, Stephen Sanfilippo. Larry Stephens. 11£ Young Democrats Sponsor Debates Chartered in 1960, the Young Democrats was the first political organization on campus dedicated to furthering the aims of the national party. In addition to serving as the campus initiator of political debates, the club sent three representatives to the Missouri In- ter-Collegiate Student Legislature, which was co- sponsored by the Young Republicans in May. One of the more elaborate undertakings of the Young Democrats consisted of the scheduling of a series of debates between prominent Democrats and Republicans in the state government. Among those politicians participating were Minority Leader R.J. King, Representative Steve Burns, and Senator Earl Blackwell. With speakers of this caliber, the Young Democrats hoped to stimulate more political interest on campus. YOUNG DEMOCRATS Row 1; William Hays, president: Jean Sojka, vice president: Marie Gladbach, secretary: Kocoa Wilp, treasurer: Dr. Donald W. Mitchell, sponsor. Row 2: Diane Baecht. reporter: Fred Curry, Ray- mond Taylor, James Gantt, Barbara Reed, Judy Gheens. Row 3: Patricia Congressman William Hungate, Representative from the ninth Missouri Dis- trict, keeps in close touch with the Young Democrats. Parks, Janice Bennett, William Jones. Rick Elkin. William Pyszka. Sara Hawkins, Kenneth Cingle, Jane Watkins. Row 4: Anthony Mitchell, Rolland Vander Zyl, Kay McBee, Ed Schieffer, Frank Dickey, Stephen Sanfilippo, Tim Myers. 116 Row I: Alvin Smith, central committee: Robert Witherspoon. central com- mittee; Claude Wilson, central committee; June Johnson, secretary; Ber- nice Cistrunk. treasurer. Row 2: Bobbretta Elliston, Brenda Buck, Gail Washington. Dorothy Stallings. JoAnn Beverly. Lenora Stepney. Marcheita Home, Priscilla Dandridge, Linda Johnson. Melinda Stallings. Nikki Marr. Row 3: Jacky Dew. Leona Baker. Brenda Col lins. June Bell. Patricia Weary. Janet Nash, Elaine French, Martha Williams. Ronea Thompson, Dwana Johnson, Willette Jackson. Row 4: Stanley Jones, Brenda Hinton. Matthew Stallings. Jesse Howard, Harry Brown, Donald Graves, David Davis, John Moore, Randolph Lee, Percy Baldwin, Lynn Swann, Willie Watkins. Row 5: Charles Brown. Charles Currie. Alfred Fulton, Ronald Jenkins. Larry Shockley. Louis Gregory, Lee Moody, Bob Banks, Louis Hamilton, Hardie Smith, Luther Maufas, Lamar Toney, Leroy Mix, Aubrey Johnson. Association Promotes Black Unity Organized in the early part of 1969, the Association of Black Collegians served as a common cultural and social center for the black students on this campus. In an effort to give the black students a sense of direction and self-identity, the association utilized the idea of social unity to alleviate the alienation which is a part of the black man ' s existence. Sponsored by Robert Heyen, the Association engaged in various activities on campus. In addition to participating in Homecoming activities and other social events, tnembers established a workable tutorial program for those blacks who felt a need to seek educational assistance. The celebra- tion of Black Week in February served as the high point of the year ' s activities, with plans for more such activities in future years resulting. President Eli Miltler kicks off Black Week by buvinc Ihc first booster buUon from John Moore. speech Pathologists Organize On Campus In its first year at NMSC, the Speech Pathology Or- ganization assisted many of those people concerned with furthering their knowledge and treatment of communicative problems. The Organization is open to those mterested or ma- joring in the field of Speech Pathology. It makes use of the Speech Pathology facilities at Violette Hall. Sponsored by William D. McClelland, the Organiza- tion ' s objective is to increase the number of Speech Path- obey majors and create in them a deeper interest in the field. The result of this effort has been a large upsurge in the number of clock hours spent in clinical work. Uses of the Clinic itself include: 1) provisions tor clinical experience for students majoring in Speech Path- ology 2) provision for various clinical services for those with ' communicative disorders; and 3) promotion of re- search in the areas of speech, hearing and language de- velopment and problems resulting from the delay, break- down or misuse of the functions. SPO members entertain children during pre-kindergarten classes. SPEECH PATHOLOGY ORGANIZATION Row I: Darreli Wheeler, president; Pamela Campbell, vice president; Beth Epperson, treasurer; William McClelland, sponsor. Row 2: Ruth Alderton, Nancy Hupfer, Ten Shandrew. Peggy Crane, Linda Waddill. Row 3; Janet Smith, Terry Forsythe, Gayle Wilson, Marge Weatherly. Row 4: Pat Trent G lenna Novinger, Carole Mitchell, Sherry Medaris, Ann Fonts. Row 5: Joyce Sevits, Carolyn Harrison, Marilyn Robbins, Carolyn Oetken, Gmny Greening, Karen Hassell. 118 KAPPA MU EPSILON Row 1; Pat O ' Rourke, president: Paulette Walker, vice president; Linda Stude, secretary; Linda Miller, treasurer; Bill Weber, corresponding secretary; John Bartling, sponsor. Row 2: Ruth Angel. Nita Starbuck, Eilene Langford, Elaine Langford, Jeanne Taylor. Row 3: Jo Ann George, Cathy Barker, Mary Sue Beersman, Nancy Wood, Cathy Brennecke, Ken Clow. Row 4: Tomi Thompson, Charles Harland! Albert White, Joe Flowers. KME Launches Tutoring Program Launching a tutorial program for math students was a major accomplishment of Kappa Mu Epsiion this year. Special Spring activities included a barbecue at Thousand Hills State Park and the Regional convention, attended by several club members. Senior students and faculty mem- bers presented the programs. Kappa Mu Epsiion organized on this campus last year from the Googople.x Society, present at NMSC since 1966. KME is a national honorary mathematics society, with memberships based on scholarship in mathematics and overall grade point average. L r. Dale VVoud.-. visits Kappa Mu Epsiion at one of its regular meetings. 119 Row 1: James Maddex, president; Mary Shelton. secretary: Marvin Moots, treasurer; Marl Krueger, editor; Alan Daniels, program chairman. Row 2: Valerie Woodard. Patricia Allen, Luis Tuitele. Shirley Hopmann, Cathy Barker, Jean Mitchell. Row 3: Steven Black, Randall Jones, Gary Webb, Robert Gregory, Phillip Duncan, Raymond Norris. Row 4; David Stull, Bob Maddex, Charles Harland, Art James, William Jones, Ken Hammer, Pat O ' Rourke. Young Engineers study scientific apparatus under the direction of Gordon Franke. Y. E.S.Aids Western Illinois Chapter Young Engineers and Scientists, under the leadership of President, James Maddex, woriced to promote the interests of science and engineering in Kirksville and the surrounding area. After launching a membership drive to increase local chapter participation, the group was instrumental in or- ganizing a chapter on the Western Illinois Campus at Ma- comb. Group projects tor the year consisted of judging various high school science contests, working with college science instructors to promote science seminars, and the sponsoring of the annual Missouri Y.E.S. Convention in April, 1969. Also, the group sponsored a spring contest in various scientific fields for high school students. 120 Pre-Os Members Attend Anatomy Demonstration The Pre-Osteopathic Club offers its members a pro- fessional as well as social program. Under the sponsorship of Dr. John D. Black, club members constantly strive to learn and understand the rapid changes occurring in the medical sciences. This year ' s activities included human anatom demon- strations at KCOS, lectures and demonstrations by visiting professional men from various colleges and universities, professional movies, and worthwhile community projects such as blood donations. The club also held a Christmas Banquet, a spring pic- nic at the lake, and attended man activities sponsored by the KCOS fraternities. Members must have a major in pre-osteopathy, and be interested in learning more about the profession. Dr. Robert Nolhdurft met with Pre-Os members to discuss various areas of physics. PRE-OS CLUB Row. 1: Rod Lentz. president: Sicphc-n Holi. ■•.,;t pr=M- denl; Dauid Bean, corresponding secretar ; Dr. John Black sponsor. Row 2: Donna Norman. Jesse Howard. Gar Twining. Jeffrey Koerner. Chris Milazzo. Row 3: Sam Ross, Terry Laux, Joe Proctor, Jim Wilson, Ihomas Breidenstein. John Essock. Row 4: John Biery, Hugh SchueU. Rene Smith. John Sparks. Lynn Zechman. Row 5: Michael Vranick. Garv Lease. Llovd Cleaver. Chel Robbins. .Mike Fairfax. David Todd SIGMA ZETA Row 1: Joseph Yager, president; Richard Bowers, vice president; Eugene Smith, sponsor. Row 2: Phyllis Mullenix, William Davis. Pat O ' Rourke, John Caldwell. William Neff. A couple of Sigma Zeta " rockhounds " examine a display of local spec- imens in Science Hall. Sigma Zeta Entertains Guest Speakers Majors or minors in the science field had the opportun- ity to hear guest speakers in science featured by Sigma Zeta. The organization is a national honorary science society. So- cial activities included a spring banquet to welcome new members and close the year ' s schedule. Active membership in Sigma Zeta is available for jun- iors and seniors in science who have maintained good scho- lastic achievement and have interest in furthering the field. Associate membership is possible for freshmen and sopho- mores demonstrating potential for fulfillment of the re- quirements. 122 Club Develops Skill In Amateur Radio Established in 1966, ihc student Amateur Radio Club con- sists of eight members who are deeply interested in amateur radio. Sponsored by Dr. Robert Peavler, the organization at- tempts to satisfy a campus need for amateur radio, and to bring about national and international cooperation. An interest in short wave listening is the only basic re- quirement for membership; through the club, it is possible for the members to obtain a beginning general, or higher grade license. Joseph Yager, advanced amateur radio operator, denion.slrateb his " fist " on the Morse Code hand key as other Club members look on. STUDENT AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Row I: Joseph Yager, vice president: David Schneider, secretary, Robert Peavler, sponsor. Row 2: .Steven Black, treasurer; Steve Leeper; Ronald Yearns; Edda Chang. 123 Ag. Club Captures Judging Championship A campaign for new Ag. Club goals increased the mem- bers participation in agricultural activities and enlarged their plans for improvement of the division on campus. Steering toward proficiency in judging livestock, repre- sentatives went to the Northwest Missouri State College judging contest at Maryviile and won first place in the livestock department. A team from NMSC competed in the Chicago International Livestock Exposition. The Agriculture Club decided to support an increase of staff members to teach agriculture and to back the plans for a College Farm. Members worked on preparing for transferral of the agriculture division to the old I. A. building. Ag club members study contest. ' lamb chart ' in preparation for livestock AGRICULTURE CLUB Row 1: Larry Theerman, president; Stanley Casady, vice president: Rande Bryan, secretary; Frederick Young, treasurer; Anthony Yates, reporter; Rayburn Snell, parliamentarian; Jini Gingrich, program chairman. Row 2: Dr. Larry E. Davis, sponsor; Ronnie Leekellison, Mike Latcham, Gary Rahe, Randy Yos, Ronald Mathews, Donald Burrus, Dave Burrus, Bill Pauls, Dan Jackson, David O. Travis. Row 3: Jack Dannull, Mike Spencer, Stephen Tudeen, Steven Coram, Teddy Cary, Kerry Lackey, Wayne Rodgers, Chris Griffin, Rod Shumate, Gary Scott, Larry Lamberson. Row 4: Gary Waite, Jim Woods, Ken Heppermann, James Rolls, Greg James, Ruel Way, Douglas Peter- son, Jim O ' Hair, Larry O ' Bryan, Tom Cope, Jack Eno. Row 5: Terry Johnson, John Slaton, James Slaton, Monty Branstetter, Terry Little, Ron Davis, Robert Wendt, Larry Stutler, Gary Irwin, Jim Lock, Danny Walker, Luke Hotte. 124 4-H Row 1: Larry D. Jones, president; Diana Newquisl, secretary; Anne Sanderson, treasurer; Shirley Barnetl, song leader; Pauletta Garr, recorder; Dr. Charlotte Revelle. Row 2: Pat Noel, Earlene Barnes, Peggy Eitel. Ronald L. Baker, Karen Nations, Connie J. Williams, Linda Asher. Row 3: Beverly Myers, Carl Broyles, Martha Ann Green, Ed Schieffer, Linda Maxwell. Building citizenship was emphasized by 4-H Club members in the Home- coming parade. Collegiate 4-H Opens Door To All Students " To make the best better " was the " 69-70 goal for the Collegiate 4-H Club. Members this year participated in a square dance, Christmas party, and worked on a float for the Homecoming Parade. Other highlights included social activities, films, and guest speakers at various meetings. Sponsored by Dr. Charlotte Revelle, the club is dedi- cated to helping the College and community in any service projects which need assistance. All students interested in 4-H work are eliaible for membership. LA. Float Dominates Mechanical Category Champion float builders, the Industrial Arts Club, won another Homecoming trophy this year as the entry took first place in the mechanical division. Other highlights of the year were the appearance of speakers prominent in the field of Industrial Arts. Their talks were directed to en- courage club members to increase their professional in- terest in their majors. Functioning as a social-professional organization, the Industrial Arts Club served in its 29th year on the NMSC campus. It has served to broaden talents and ideas in the field of Industrial Education. David Lademan " helps " new member at Industrial Arts Club initiation. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB Row 1: Terry Smith, president; Charles Gar- ris, vice president: Larry Pullins, secretary: Ned Newkirk, treasurer: Rich Cooper, corresponding secretary: Jim Blankenship, master at arms: Duane R. Cole, sponsor. Row 2: John A. Fry, Keumars Ahdieh. Richard Pulse. Earnest R. Webber. Dave Lademann, James E. Maddex, Thomas E. Watson, Earl J. Martin, Larry L. Miller, Joseph L. Evans. Row 3: Don Lay, David M. Moore, Vance Myers, Bill Lewis, Steven H. Sewell, Charles S. Claggett. Dale L. Atteberry, Amir H. Rezai. Row 4: Rodney G. Good, Phillip L. Palmer, Robert Walker. Pat Johnson. Clinton S. Jer- ome, Donald Hubbartt, Donald Russell, Jack Russell. Row 5: Shahrokh Hoveydai, George Neff, Keith Hartweg, Bernie Loft. Kevin Woods, Ernie Loft, Kerwin D. Rohr, Perry D. Swofford. .i,kVt.niirti5tf«i viN A . . . ' 126 Row I: John Stotls, president; Neal Billups, vice president; Stephen Hull, secretary. Hyck Riordan, treasurer; Sam Ross, sergeant-at-arms; Paul Lesser, sergeant-at-arms. Row 2; Preston Sparks, Jim Ulry, Gary Twm- ing, Richard Foglesong, Gary Osbourne, Doug LeFebvre, Gary Heinike. Row 3: David Ollar, Gerald Montgomery, Calvin Wolfe, Marvin Hendrix, Doug Reyner, Wayne Weiland, Dan Springer. James Cody. Row 4: Tom Jones. John Schenk, Joseph Marmo. Jim Evans. David Payne, Ronald Brammer, John While. Robert Buckley, Bob Anders. Row 5: John Lohse, Gary Dennis, Charles Singleton. Frank Sims, Joe Eckardt. Tommy Fe- vurly, Larry Gruwell. George Lee. Veteran ' s Club Boasts Fifty Members Established in 1966 in honor of the first graduate of the College killed in the Viet Nam War, the Ronald K. Cullers Memorial Veteran ' s Club served as a base for e. -.service- men attending .school. With representatives from every branch of service, membership consisted of approximately 50 men. Their various campus activities included second place in the tug-of-war competition, fall dances and a spring lake party. The Vets entertained the underprivileged children in the Kirksville area by providing gift and Christmas spirit at their annual Christmas party. These veterans represent four branches of the armed forces jn the flag- raising ceremony before the Homecoming game. 127 COLLEGE USHERS Row 1: Cathy Powell, Barbara Ingrum, Jeana Shults, Pat Trent, Mindy Babbitt. Row 2: Karladine Thurman. Jan Seals, Brooke Williams, Jacquelyn Jones, Cathy Brennecke, Donna Sees, Jo Goldman. College Ushers meet their first challenge of the year at " The First Edition ' s " Lyceum performance in Per- shing Arena. College Ushers Serve At Programs College Ushers, wearing their basic black attire accentu- ated with purple and white carnation corsages, provided service in assisting patrons of various College programs held in Bald- win Auditorium and in Pershing Arena. Courtesy, vivaciousness, and beauty were three attributes displayed by the hostesses as they ushered throughout the year. The first activity ushered by this group was the Lyceum pro- gram featuring " The First Edition " in Pershing Arena. Other programs to which they extended their services included the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, the play entitled " Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead " , " Les Danseurs Africaines " and the Norman Luboff Choir. Closing the activities for the year was their serving at the Commencement exercises. Organized in April, 1959, with the opening of the new Col- lege Auditorium, the College Ushers have been serving as ush- ers for numerous College functions. Basically the group has been present for Lyceum programs, concerts, commencement activities, and other all-school affairs. 128 Nurses Hear Ross Laboratories Several student nurses attended the State Student Nurs- es Convention in Kansas City, November 10 and 1 1. Members enjoyed various other activities through the year including a presentation by " Ross Laboratory " . One of the nurses major objectives was service projects. They assisted in activities such as the Red Cross Blood- mobile. The organization combined efforts and produced a Homecoming float this year also, representing the Student Nurses support of the Bulldogs. Nurses ' float gives the Bulldogs a " big shot " of spirit in the Home- coming parade. STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION Row I: Alice McEwen, president: Joneane Smith, first vice president; Naomi Volmert. second vice presi- dent; Sandy Botham, recording secretary; Debby Graff, corresponding secretary; Pat Fridley, treasurer; Pal Burch, historian; Rae Reece. nom- inating officer. Row 2 standing: Lola McCoy, Nettie McCoy, Carolene B. Robinson. Gail Hanington, Linda Odell, Elaine Tuttle, Valerie Woodard, Deborah Morilz, Rita Cottom. Row 3: Linda Quinones, Kama Kruckenberg, Sherry Calvert, Roberta Shreffler, Ann Begeman, Linda Davis, Sharicne Henkle, Marjoric Roderick. Jane Willett. Row 4; Maurine Dobson. Donna Snyder, Mary Benson. Mary Wells. Janet Sagaser , Kathy Reither, Luanne Smith, Nancy McKinney. Row 5; Claudia Fealheringill, Mary Ann Good, Mary Tophinke. Charol Eitel, Martha McGralh, Patricia Curloti, Jeanie Carter, Jan Lowenberg. 129 Row 1: Dennis Merrill, president; Doug Reyner, vice president: Louis Hamilton, treasurer. Row 2: Tyrone McNairy, Blanlon representative; Dwayne Thomas, Dobson representative; Bill Sick, Missouri representa- tive; Jerry Lund. men " s recreation chairman. Men ' s Dorm Council Organized at NMSC Serving as a voice for dorm residents, the Men ' s Dorm- itory Council was organised in the tail of ' 69. This body functioned to improve campus iile and to influence student control of dormitory life. The council formulated policies governing mens ' resi- dence halls and established a court which permitted student participation in disciplinary cases. Other council activities included the sponsoring of dances. Dr. Eli F. Mittler receives his personal, laminated Men ' s Dormitory Council card from MDC president Denny Merrill as Dr. William Kunzler looks on. 130 Women ' s Dorm Council Plans Activities The Women ' s Dormitory Councils of Ryie Hall, Centennial Hall, Grim Hall, and the Panhellenic Hail, under the guidance and supervision of Dean Rita Gramman, planned and carried out individual dormitory activities throughout the year. Among their activities was planning the individual dormitory Christmas parties and door decorating contests. They also did any decorating within the dormitory for Homecoming and various holidays. All of these activities were financed by dormitory dues which were collected within each dormi- tory yearly. Elections for the officers were held in the spring for terms beginning the following fall. Women serving as officers of the council must be of sophomore class standing and have an honor point ratio of at least 2.5. Floor council-women are elected in the fall and must also be of sophomore status with an honor point ratio of at least 2.2. All of those serving on the council must have been a resident of a dormitory prior to their election. This year the councils were in the process of forming an organization which will unite all women on campus, so that they may work more closely together as the campus continues to grow. Women ' s Dormitory Council keeps these dorm dwellers happy. WOMEN ' S DORM COUNCIL Row 1: Pennie Seth, president. Centennial Hall; Rita Hueffmeier. president. Grim Hall; Paulette Walker, president, Ryle Hall. Row 2; Pam Means, Ryle Hall; Hope Rooker, Centennial Hall; Dorothy Pauly, Centennial Hall; Susan Williams, Ryle Hall; Madonna Vent- ling, Centennial Hall; Joyce Crull. Grim Hall; Diane Reinker. Ryle Hall. Row 3: Sara Reid, Centennial Hall; Suzanne Threlkeld, Centennial Hall; Blanch Weber, Grim Hail; Teryi Behncke, Grim Hall: Sheryl Spain. Grim Hall; Rita Joens, Grim Hall. Row 4: Pam Mestemacher. Ryle Hall; Lila McGraw. Ryle Hall; Carol Tadelski, Ryle Hall; Carolyn Wells. Ryle Hall; Lorraine Weede, Centennial Hall; Judy Durbin, Centennial Hall; Nancy Leeser, Centennial Hall. 131 I Row 1: Marie Terry, Sharon Addison, Debra Harris, Mary Stevenson, Olinda Gastler, personnel manager; Cindi Clark, Richard Weerts. Row 2: Leslie Snellgrove, Mary Leeper, Dale Woodling, Louisa Chadwell, librarian; Pam Hill. Row 3: Richard L. Hammon, Kern Cavanah, Ellen Lavinder, Sandra Harrison, David Evans, student director; Allan Curtis. Choirs Provide Quality Entertainment A Christmas Concert was the Clarinet Choir ' s major activity for the year. During the Spring, the group made their annual tour to various high schools in the Northeast Missouri area. Under the direction of Dr. Richard Weerts, the nine- teen members of the choir became acquainted with good musical literature, and, by playing in the small ensembles, were able to learn group musical expressions. During the past years, the Clarinet Choir has performed at the 1965 " New York Worlds Fair, the 1967 Canadian World Exposition at Montreal, and the 1964 Missouri Music Edu- cators Association Convention in Kansas City. Directed by Dr. Harold Copenhaver, the Brass Choir worked on various small ensemble numbers. In its fifth year on campus, the Brass Choir offered high quality perform- ances in various programs. The Brass Choir joined the Clarinet Choir in special concerts throughout the year and participated in high school tours. Row 1; Nolan Schwada, Linda Kueny, Elizabeth Payton, Mark Firks. Row 2; Dean Kurtz, John Malvin, Steve Lagey, Mike Farnsworth, Jeff Piper, Dr. Roger Cody, director. 132 Sinfonia Performs For All Occasions Activities of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia expanded during their second year on campus. As an international music fraternity, the Sinfonias provided various musical serv- ices. Each Sunday night, the Phi Mas were heard on a local radio program. At the Student Council Fun Festival the fraternity added their own jazz festival, inviting musi- cians from other colleges and high schools to participate. During the year Phi Mu Alpha played for dances on campus, such as Homecoming and provided big and small dance bands, brass groups and vocal music for other ac- tivities. The fraternity membership includes music and non- music majors in vocal and instrumental capacities. John Shanks Mmbers up his trumpet fingers and shows some " soul " in preparation for a Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia performance. PHI MU ALPHA Row I: John R. Malvin, president; Mike Farnsworth, vice president; Nolan Schwada. secretary; Terry A. Loose, treasurer. Row 2: Roger Bullock, song leader; Dean Kurtz, dance ba nd; Robert Soule, historian, Jeff Piper. Mickey Green, Alan Spurgeon. Row 3: David Evans, Paul Craig, Robert D. .■ ult. Bob Selser, Jim Gingrich. 133 WOMEN ' S RECREATION ASSOCIATION Group A: Lane Froneyberger, Cordelia Yager. Gail Batlaglia, Brenda Rouse, Bonnie Balcom, Tanya Parnell, Sharon Harrison, Linda Stagner, Marilyn Kurz, Becky Schreiber, Francine Fye, Linda Sheets, Vickie Fye, Marilee Gruneich, Evelyn Daley. Row 2: Barbara Strother, Lea Ann Broyles, Marie Terry, Sally Walker, Pam Meslemacher, Cheryl Goodman, Jane Rockwell, Karen Wilson, Mary Lou Warren, Rovene Webster, Betty Roderick. Sandy Belville, Pamela Wares. Mary Lou Behring, Connie Wright, Pam Norman, Linda M. Mil- ler. Row 3: Janet Athelm, Marcia Olson. Harriet Poffenberger. Mary Ellen Musso. Helen King, Marsha Hellenthal, Becky Eccles, Doris St. Clair. Diane O ' Connell. Rebecca Bendlage, Hope Rooker, Betsy Beard, Connie Peak, Jenny Sefril, Kathey Griswold, Cathie Wormsley, Gail Hul- sebus. Jean O ' Brien. Row 4; Jeanne Barta, Ruth Ann Burkemper, Bonita Evans, Martha Hatfield, Ann Begeman, Betty Lugering, Shirley Poertner, Sharon Copenhaver, Martha Ann Green. Kay Knoche. Susan Krieger, Au- drey Stanek, Mary Beth Justice, Lorraine Weede. Cecelia Cofer, Michele Brodeen. Carolyn Frevert. W.R.A. Keeps Girls In Shape Christmas found each girl with the same wish. W.R.A. began the year with a get-acquainted party to introduce its activities and purposes. Both intramural and extramural teams were sponsored by the Women ' s Recreation Association. Extramural teams in basketball, Softball, volleyball and field hockey participated in state tournaments and played several area colleges. Intramural activities included volleyball, basketball, Softball, badminton, table tennis, archery and a tug-of- war. Members held a Christmas party as a major social event, and a spring banquet closed the club ' s program for this year. 134 Row 1: Francine McCormick, president; Deilra Rouse, vice president; Jeanne Dwyer, treasurer; Elizabeth Fedak, reporter; Celeste Knierim, historian; Martha Spath. sponsor; Pat Huff. Row 2: Sherril Warren, Linda Grinstead, Jeanne Brinker, Claire Glover, Beth Thurman, Deborah St. Clair, Lois Cragen, Madonna Ventling, Le Ann Paulsen, Karen Seroka. Row 3: Lois Neighbors, Billie Norman. Nancy Sloggett, Sandra De Vaul, Jamie Slowe, Lila McGraw, Jane Daggett, Jane Paisley, Cecilia Beets, Intramural basketball was a popular W.R.A. sponsored project for the school year. Linda Hartley, Peggy Robmson, Donna Battaglia, Cynthia Pollock. Row 4: Karen Dwyer, Jeannie Gordon. Becky Suddarth. Dianne Mottet. Carol Mc- Neil. Janet Seals. Nancy Kiefer. Julie Duitsman. Sue Rains. Vickie Brid- ges. Meryl Goodwin, Susan Williams. Row 5: Janice Ritter. Becky St. Clair, Carol Oshner. Charlotte Meyer. Jessica Green. Jeanne Riter, Jean Wehmeyer, Mary Jo McClintock. Janette Stoffa, Beverly Kearse. Judith Twillman, Marcia Elliott, Linda Horlon. 135 VARSITY CLUB Row 1: Bob Levy, president; Frank Wagner, vice presi- dent; Gregory Skinner, recording secretary; Keith Allen, corresponding secretary; Jerry Buhr, sergeant-at-arms; Dr. Ralph Pink, sponsor. Row 2: Roger Hodapp, Mike Gilbert, Bob Miller, Thomas Logan, Jim Arico, Athletes Improve Stature and Spirit Appearing for the first time this fail was the new ath- letic emblem, an " M " with NE and STATE on it. Another change for the lettermen was a change in the club ' s rank, moving to an equal position with all Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association clubs. Varsity Club men worked to improve and uphold Bull- dog spirit at sports events and off the field. The lettermen participated in after-game dances and sponsored the banner displayed on the east wall of Pershing Arena. An annual activity is the presentation of the R.E. Valentine Memorial Scholarship. Charles Blazicek, Loren Moes. Row 3: Boyce Wooley, Bob Hepker, Tom Gruening, Howie Rosenbluth, Bob Fuka, Luke Hotte. Row 4: Greg Wilson, George Kaleta, Steve Jurkins, John Bringer, Ron Sterchi. Bob Levy presents Greg Skinner with the R.E. Valentine Scholarship given to the member with the highest grade point. 136 Men ' s PEM Club Nationally Chartered Acknowledgement of the Men ' s Physical Edu- cation Club came this year when the club was char- tered by the A.A.H.A.P.E.R. During the year, members viewed films and heard guests speak about the field of physical education. Hach semes- ter the club offered the Richard Rhoades Scholar- ship to a club member demonstrating scholarship and dedication to the club and the field of physical education. The primary objective of the club is service to the college and development of professional lead- ership for men majoring in physical education. Jim Wells and Keith Allen, Men ' s PEM club members, receive the Richard Rhoades Scholarship Awards from Fontaine Piper. Row I: Keith Allen, vice president: John Bringer, treasurer: Dan Cal- houn, secretary. Row 2; Charles Blazicek, Jack Couchman, Jim Arico, Wm. Alan Wilson, Richard J. Rother Jr., Steven C. Harting, Duane Charles. Row 3: Howard Rosenbluth, Stephen Carlson, Thomas Logan, Larry Hutchcrafl, William Young, Jim Hopfauf. 137 Row 1: Belynda Hurst, Judy Derby, Nancy Lammert, Linda Harler, and Calhy Brenncckc. Row 2: Penny Leathers, Kathy Wagner. Nanette Davis, Michelle Small, Karladine Thurman, Kathy Ifland, and Linda Asher. Beta Tau Delta Shows Skill And Enthusiasm Kicking off the Homecoming Parade with new uniforms, and flashing ba- tons, the high strutting girls of Beta Tau Delta initiated a challenging and re- warding year. Highlights of the year were twirling for half time shows during basketball season, trips, and several of the girls will take part in the 20th An- nual Baton Twirling and Cheerleading Clinic which will be held in June on the campus. Kathy Wagner was named by Beta Tau Delta as " Miss Baton for Mis- souri " at the Spring Award Party and will be honored at the summer clinic. Socially the girls had several Coke parties, twirling sessions, dinners, and other activities. Activities are stationed around their motto " Where twirling links learning to living. " Beta Tau Delta sorority and Beta Tau Alpha Fraternity, National Honorary organizations were founded on the College campus in 1959 under the guidance of Dr. Walter H. Ryle by Mary Evelyn Thurman, Physical Education instructor, who was named by the National Baton Twirling Association as " The Teacher of the Year " . Miss Thurman and Miss Giovannini are sponsors of Beta Tau Delta. Mary Evelyn Thurman, Sponsor Mariana Giovannini, Assistant sponsor 138 New Uniforms Brighten K-Dettes ' Performance Selected on the basis of agility and skill in march- ing and maneuvers, members of the K-Detles must try out before a panel of faculty and student members at the beginning of the year. These girls provided entertainment for the students at football and basketball games by displaying precision marching and drill techniques: they also performed in the Homecoming Parade. One of the basic goals of the organization is to help promote school spirit and en- thusiastic support for College athletic teams. K-Dettes demonstrate precision movement in a half-time performance at a Bulldog basketball encounter. K-Dettes Row I: Jeanne Taylor, secretary; Karen Seroka: Tanya Parneil; Karen Schneider, historian; Teri Shandrew, vice president. Row 2: Karen Thomas, Linda Marshall, Phyllis Sargent , Greta Harris. Row 3: Derry Jones, treasurer; Liz Keller, Becky Swisher, Jenny Sefrit, Jan Seals. Row 4: Linda Newell, Judith Twillman, president; Suzy Dean. Dcbby Wood, Judith Randolph, Janice Giles. 139 Productive Year For Synapse Staff Synapse. NMSC ' s Campus literary magazine, entered its second year of publication featuring a newly introduced visual arts section. Distributed in mid-spring, the maga- zine includes examples of student poetry, prose, painting, sculpture and photography. Poems and short fictional works were selected by the Synapse Board of Literary Critics, headed by Henry Shebitz. poetry and prose editor, while Goldie Gilbert and the Art Staff chose the visual artwork. Organization and coordina- tion of the staffs depended on the leadership of managing editor Pat Reilly and the advice of the magazine ' s sponsor, Terry Moser. In order to make the students more aware of the many facets of the creative arts, Ron Bayes, poet-in-residence at South Carolina State gave a reading of his own poetry and attended several creative writing classes, reviewing and criticizing student poetry and prose. SYNAPSE Row 1: Pat Reilly, managing editor: Steve White, business manager; Goldie Gilbert, art editor. Row 2: Kathie Ingels. Judy Mc- intosh, Betty Robertson, Carla Jackson, Kathy Gass, Linda Bullock, Ronnie Wolverton. Row 3: Marsha Mills, Elizabeth Keller, Penny Lind- Pat Reilly, managing editor of the " Synapse. " presents Dr. Mittler with the first " 69 edition of the literary magazine. quist, Peggy Stempel. Nancy Nelson. Kathy Heerbolh, Terry Behncke. Row 4: David Tanner, Bruce Nadler, William Chalek. William Gottman, Loren Klahs, David Haber, Richard Brooks, Dennis Lane. 140 Row 1: Larry Dale Jones, president; Nila Starbuck, secretary; Linda Shoush. treasurer; Diana Newquist, publicity chairman: Pauletta Garr, student center chairman; Richard Cottrell, social chairman: Dr. John C. Fox. sponsor. Row 2: Nancy Berry, Linda Asher, Pat Noel. Loraine Heddleston. Loui.se Swain. Beverly Dowell. Sandra DeVaul, Carol Crouch. Row 3: Edward Dowell. Wm. D. Waggoner, Denna Swan, Linda Maxwell, Patricia Geisendorfer, Janice Culbertson. Ron Evans. David M. Moore. Row 4: Roy L. Swain. Jerry L. Willis, Martha Ann Green. James Daven- port. Dean Kershaw. Ruth Mills. Mission ' 70 Inspires B.S.U. Activities Mike Stark visits campus, sponsored by the Baptist Student Union. Out-of-town guests headed special programs at the Baptist Student Center. The Reverend Mike Stark from New Orleans visited during the fall, and Dr. Emmanual McCall arrived from Atlanta, Georgia, in the spring. Members found opportunity for travel and Christmas inspiration with the occurrence of Mission ' 70 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Baptist Student Center provided facilities for various campus groups. Sor ority rush and pledge functions, K-Dettes ' chili suppers. Student Nurses and Band activities. Thai student events, and Girl Scout meetings took place in the B.S.U. this year. 141 Row 1: Phyllis Moehle, president; Bob Anders, vice president; Cathy Barl er, board representative; Dixie Clinkenbeard, secretary: Gary Chid- ester, treasurer; Dick Todd, campus minister. Row 2: Judy Carey. Es- ther Haage, Mary Morris, Diana Howerton, Ruth Angel, Joyce Lichte. Row 3: Richard Demarest, Helen Finley, Nancy Bollz, Marge Weatherly, Cathy Sterling, Georgia Baskett, Sandra Jordan. Row 4: Anthony Mitchell, Sandra Turner, Beverly Dahms, Tim Myers, Charles Martin, John Moore, John Schnell, David Tanner. Row 5: Carl Broyles, Judy Durbin, Terry Blake, Steve Leeper, Ed Schieffer, Marilyn Eager, Allen Turner. Students take advantage of a few quiet moments at the annual " Spring Thing, " held at the Lake of the Ozarks. Wesleyans Seek Religious Growth Wesley Foundation, the Methodist unit of the United Campus Ministry, seeks to develop religious growth within the college campus. A major event this year was the Open House and the consecration of the Wesley House, the new student center. Though Wesley Foundation functions are with and through the Methodist Church, its programs and activ- ities are open to all on the campus. The Wesley House is used for a variety of meetings, ranging from impromptu gatherings to Sunday evening speak- ers and discussions. Service projects and social functions are carried out for both those inside and outside the campus community. This year students have participated in the Get-Acquainted picnic, the Halloween party, the International Banquet, Christmas caroling, a weekly recreation program for com- munity children, tutoring. Pancake Day, the Senior Banquet and the state-wide " Spring Thing, " held at the Ozarks. 142 072321 no Lutherans Promote Christian Living Formerly known as Gamma Delta, this organization changed its official name in January to the Lutheran Student Movement and serves as the campus affiliate of the inter- national body. Requirements for membership include only that the person belong to the Lutheran Church and be a student at the college. A basic duty for members is the promotion of Christian living on the college campus through exemplary conduct. Activities of the year included a fall hayride and an International Night Christmas Party. Row I: Dave Lademann, first vice president; G. C. Kohlenberg, sponsor; Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg, sponsor. Row 2: Susie Feese, Sharon Burgeois, Linda Beaver, Bruce Beaver. Julie Lademann, Jo Ann George, Carol Speck. Dean Kurtz Leads State Aeolian Club Some of this year ' s activities for the Aeolian Club in- cluded a field trip to a musical program and the club ' s annual spring banquet. The organization was also honored by having two mem- bers as state officers. Dean Kurtz was elected president and John Malvin vice president of the state-wide Aeolian Club. Membership in this organization is open to all students who are active and interested in music and music education. Row 1: David Evans, president: Sherry McKie. vice president; Mary Stevenson, secretary; Linda Kueny. treasurer: Marvis Rinehart, Claudine Terry, sponsor. Row 2: Gloria Guinn, Leslie Snellgrove, Joyce Glaser, Cheryl Stewart. Jane Watkins. Pam Simpson. Olinda Gastler. Elizabeth Payton, Jean Bagby, Cindi Clark, Becky Howard. Row 3: Mickey Green, Several Aeolian club members take part in the college chorus, directed by John Canady. Linda Rickey. Cheryl Stubbs. Dale Woodling. JoElla Waybill. Louisa Chadwell. Jan Simmons. Ida Ross. Janice Culbertson. Brenda Kolkmeier, Nolan Schwada. Row 4: Dean Kurtz, state president; Alan Spurgeon, Robert Soule. Bob Ault. Terry Loose. Mike Farnsworth. John Malvin, Dave Scheihing, Roger Bullock, Mark Firks, John Fuoto. 144 Row 1: Michael Spears, president; Goldie Gilbert, vice president; Eliza- beth Halter, corresponding secretary; Sheryl Spain, recording secretary; Marsha Mills, treasurer. Row 2: Susan M. Joyce, Carolyn Germain. Janet Holder, Sally Ellenberger. William R. Murray, sponsor. Row 3: Gloria Sangeorge, Teresa Sandifer, Cindy Fisher, Mary Simpson. Row 4: Pam Robertson, Ruth Bailey. Gary Hinze. Cindy James. Judy Bankson. Honorary Art Club Visits Chicago Institute Homecoming mums are sold by Honorary Art Club members as a fund- raising project. ,i The Honorary Art Club, under the sponsorship of William Murray, is open to art majors and minors with a 2.2 overall grade-point and a 3.0 grade-point in a mini- mum of 6 hours of art. A special visit to Rembrandt ' s 300th anniversary showing at the Chicago Art Institute was made this year; other activities of the club included the sale of Home- coming mums, participation in the annual Fine Arts Festi- val, and a display of art works on the Student Union patio. 145 Elementary Majors Televise Program Organized in 1962. the Elementary Majors Chorus pro- vided opportunities for elementary majors who wish to im- prove on the ability to sight read, to become discriminatory in the selection of children ' s music, and to become aware of desirable choral techniques. Public performances this year included a concert for the state meeting of the Association for Childhood Educa- tion, a televised Christmas program, and presentations for various civic clubs. ELEMENTARY MAJORS CHORUS Row I: Beckie Keck, Martha Hedge- cock, Beverly Moore, Sally Painter, Carol Helenthal, Claudine Terry, Director. Row 2: Barbara Martin, Arlys Anderson, Barb Cleveland, Sharon Moulton, Toni Sutor, Ernestine Strickland, Patricia Parks, Bonnie Cronbaugh, Marcella Crump, Sally Walker. Row 3: Joyce Gilker- Elementary majors practice basic musical skills in preparation for future leaching. son. Carolyn Pepper, Elaine Eberle. Nancy Ashmead, Joy Adam, Marsha Jo Beard, Joetta Amedei. Lois Mayes. Hope Rooker. Ruth Gabel, Connie Weatherfield. Row 4: Jane Ehrich, Cary Harshman, Becky Eccles, Re- becca Bendlage, Carla Albrecht, Sara Hawkins, Phyllis Mudd, Joyce Wehde, Jill Wilson, Denna Swan, Deborah Kitchen, Linda Lewiston. 146 NEMO SINGERS Row 1: Jesse Howard, Jr.. president: John Grice, Mary Morris, Lynn Shanks. Janice Culberlson, Saundra Pearson, Carol Grone- wold, Gloria Guinn, Kathryn Lehnhoff, Debbie Deason. Carol Howell, Vicki Biggs. Row 2; Don Canady. conductor: Vincent Collet. Ruth Richard- son, Cheryl Stewart, Pam Simpson, Brenda Hines. Jean Bagby. Jeri Si.x, Barbara Brown. Becky Howard, historian: Loraine Heddleston, Joyce Glaser. Jim Head, Mickey Green. Row 3: Alan Spurgeon, vice-president: Brenda Kolkmeier. Jenita Brown, Beverly Richardson, Janel Peterson, Lis Purschel, Joyce Mangelsen, Sharon Copenhaver. Pal Pearson, Cheryl Stubbs. Connie Bliefnick. Nancy Gingrich, Steve Hilton, Tim Mclntirc. Kyle Hern. Row 4: Mike Vansickle, John Carter, William Gotlman, John- nie Wood, Ste e Griffin, Dennis Richardson, David Kehrer, Bill Burse, Gregory Goodell. Lee Moody, Bob Sel.ser, Jim Gingrich, Roger Bullock, Melvin Bissey. Don Canady directs NEMO Singers practicing for the annual Christmas prograii Parents ' Day Program Includes EMO Singers NEMO Singers made their first appearance this year on the Parents Day program. Directed by Don Canady. the singers practiced during fall semester for their Christ- mas tour to neighboring schools. Holiday spirit on the campus heightened with the NhMO ' s annual Christmas program. December 14 and 16. Their Christmas concert appeared on television, recorded by KTVO-T . Ottumwa, Iowa. The group made another tour in the spring. As well as performing. " NEMO ' s enjoyed social activities such as a fall picnic at Forest lake and an alumni banquet at Elaine ' s Dining Room. Orchestra Salutes Chausson, Sibelius Soloists performed at various orchestra concerts this year. Seven soloists were featured at the annual concerto concert of the Northeast Missouri State College Orchestra in February. Individual performances were given by Jenita Brown, Sherry McKie, William Berry, Jeff Piper, Gloria Guinn, David Evans, and Jerry Ozipko. Each number was a studio arrangement by a music faculty member. The con- cert was conducted by William Fitzsimmons and included works by Mozart, Sibelius, Verde, and Chausson. The orchestra members presented major concerts in the fall and spring and several members assisted in the theatrical productions. Row I: Jerry Ozipko. Rebecca Jorgensen, Bonnie Wilberton. Barbara Martin, Geanne Moore, Elizabeth Topper. Helen Fitzsimmons, David Szepessy. Row 2: Dr. Frederick Kirchberger, Wayne Pyle, Donald Langel- lier, Charlene Tipton. Judy Davidson, Terry Wehrmann, Jan Simmons, Sherry McKie, EIna Jones, Stanley Kolkmeyer, Tom Reed. Dale Jorgenson, Marcia Lushbaugh. Row 3: William Fitzsimmons, Jeff Piper, Robert Soule, 148 Brooklyn Bridge in Concert Monday, April 27, 1970 NMSC Pershing Arena 8 to IIP. M. Gen. Adm. $2.50 Sponsored by I.F,C._Pan-Hell. Jeff Piper and John Malvin take time out from preparation for a concert program to be presented at Missouri University. John Malvin, Mary Stevenson, David Evans, Louisa Chadwell. OHnda Gastler, Karen Appletauer. Marvis Rinehart, Sue Shirk, Lewis Danfelt, Saar Schnucker. Row 4: Cheryl Miller, Terry Loose, Michael Farnsworth, Regena Bell, Keith Albertson. Robert Ault, Dr. Roger Cody, Linda Kueny, Eugene Burger, John Schwarz, Mary Lushbaugh, Mike Heyn. 14S fi iHi . (I v » . ■hMx I Row 1: Kem Cavanah, David Evans, Mary Stevenson. Sherry McKie. Row 2: Sharon Copcnhaver. Ellen Lavinder, Kathy Harris, Sharon Addison, Cindi Clark, Leslie Snellgrove. Row 3: Robert Ault, Regena Bell, Keith Albertson, Mark Firks, Mike Farnsworth. Elizabeth Payton, Row 4: Donald Crim, Nolan Schwada, Tom Lemons. Jeff Piper. John Malvin. John Shanks. Standing: Rick Hutcherson, Lloyd Cleaver, Judi Ingerson, Kama Kruckenberg, Eldon Jones. Band Performs For Music Educators Tours, concerts, and social activities filled the March- ing band ' s schedule this year. A major tour was taken in January. The band visited area high schools and ended the tour with a performance for the Missouri Music Educators Association. The band members took their annual tour during se- mester break. Their program included " .Aller Sellen, " " Salvation is Created, " " Psalms for Band, " conducted by students, marches, and folk music such as " Alia Baroc- co, " and " Gentle Ballad. " A post tour concert was given on campus. A program in March was arranged and directed by student teachers in inusic who chose material and super- vised rehearsals. Two social activities were held during the year. Mem- bers had a fall picnic at the lake and a banquet in May. Row 1; EIna Beth Jones, Kathy Heerboth, Betsy Grice, Tim Peterson. Row 2: Mary Leeper, Sue Shirk, Marvis Rinehart. Dale Woodling, Louisa Chadweil. Row 3: John Grice, Larry Jarvis, David Rector. Janetta Stoffa, Olinda Gastler, David Damron, Cheryl Stewart. Row 4: Dean Kurtz, John Fuoto, Charles Sharp, Trey Coleman, Linda Kueny, Thomas Robinson, Paul Gray. Standing: Richard Hammon, Michele Brodeen, Terry Loose. Band members Mike Farnsworth, Jeff Piper. Sherry McKie, and Olinda Gast- ler, pose before one of the many band concerts. Members of the college marching band relax on the stadium grass after a football halflime show. 15J .■• v .7 rt j Mi -i ' ■fSh- Swimming is one of many recreations that are enjoyed by members of PEM club. Women ' s PEM Club Holds Chili Supper The Women ' s Physical Education Majors Club provides opportunities for women in the field of physical education to become better acquainted with leaders, innovations, and trends on the current physical education scene. It also allows members to participate in discussions, work shops, and conventions on the local, state, and national level. PEM club remained active on campus this year by pro- viding lectures on various aspects of physical education, holding its annual chili supper, undertaking service projects, providing a workshop for senior high school girls and par- ticipating in the MAHPER convention, which was held on the campus. Annually, PEM presents the Sheryl Fullerton Grim Memorial Scholarship to an outstanding woman majoring in physical education. Row 1: Jeanne Dwyer, president; Elizabeth Fedak, vice president; Debo- rah St. Clair, secretary; Mary Jo McClintock, treasurer; Mary Mar- garet Esles, sponsor. Row 2: Cordelia Yager, Lane Froneyberger, Gail Battaglia, Linda Hartley, Peggy Robinson, Donna Battaglia, Jamie Stone, Linda Grinstead, Sherril Warren. LeAnn Paulsen, Pat Huff, Karen Seroka, Cynthia Pollock, Donna Johnson. Row }: Meryl Goodwin, Lois Cragen, Jeanne Brinker, Madonna Ventling, Susan Williams, Martha Meek, Karen Dwyer, Sandra DeVa ul. Nancy Sloggett, Celeste Knierim, Deitra Rouse, Sandy Dwyer. Claire Glover. Judy White, Cindi Chumbley. Row 4: Beth Thurman, Vickie Bridges, Sue Rains, Nancy Kiefer, Jane Paisley, Jeanne Riter, Judith Twillman, Beverly Kearse, Janelle Stoffa, Lila McGraw, Becky Suddarth, Diane Mottet. Jeannie Gordon, Billie Norman, Lois Neighbors. Row 5: Belynda Hurst, Carol McNeil, Janet Seals, Linda Hor- ton, Marcia Elliott, Janet Brown, Jean Wehmeyer, Jannis Hayes, Jessica Green, Charlotte Meyer, Carol Oshner, Becky St. Clair, Kathy Ensmin- ger, Janice Ritter, Francine McCormick, Nancy Gingrich. 152 Superstitious students are told their fate by a gypsy fortune teller at the " Fiesta " held in Pershing Arena February 27. Senate Sponsors Fiesta Week-End Daryl Gerken gets " dumped " ' for Phi Lambda Chi. who had one of the most popular booths at the " Fiesta " fun night. " Martyr " takes plunge into muddy water, and finds herself in a messy situation. 153 si (fence Hall SrJ 154 155 4 W m PANHELLENIC Row 1: Nancy Lammert. president: Sherrill DeJong. secretary; Ruth Angel, treasurer. Row 2: Barbara Jenkins, Cathy Barker, Karen Yackiey. Christa Miller, Cheryl Wilson, Jeanne Taylor. Row 3: Donna Sees, Jo Goldman, Suzy Dean, Lynn Swann, Sharon Dawson, Shirley Hopmann. Council Works With Panhellenic Dorm Composed of representatives from six sororities, the Panfieiienic Council supervised and coordinated sorority activities on campus. As their first major activity of the year, the Council sponsored the Pan- hellenic Tea which opened formal rush activities. Co-sponsoring the Greek weekend activities with the Interfraternity Council was another responsibility dur- ing October. Throughout the year, the Council worked with the Panhellenic Dormitory adjustments. Other changes in Panhellenic functions included adjusting the requirements of minimum hours needed to sign up for rush. Spring activities included participation in the Fun Festival and sponsoring a workshop for campus women conducted by a professional model. The year ' s sched- ule closed with the annual Panhellenic Banquet and presentation of the scholarship cup, and the election of a " Miss Congeniality " from each sorority. Panhellenic council members listen as President Nancy Lammert explains a new project put before the sorority group. 156 IFC Coordinates Greek Olympics Governing and conducting fraternity rush sign- up were two major responsibilities of the Inler- fraternity Council. Many new innovations were made in the rush systems due to the change to semesters, and helped result in the pledging of 240 men in the fall semester. A student, to be eligible for pledgeship, had to be in good standing with the college and carry a scholastic average of 2.0. Other projects carried out this year were the co- sponsorship of Greek Week with the Pan-Hellenic Council, and active participation in the United Fund Drive. Members also participated in the National IFC conference in Chicago. Fraternity council members discuss forthcoming activities pertaining to the Greek system at a weekly meeting. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Row 1: Bob Molma. president: Tim Urban, first vice president; Art James, second vice president; Bo Fast, treasurer. Row 2: Danny Dorsey. Jesse Howard. Steve Hilton, Ric Con.stance, Duane Charles. Row 3; Rigoberto Millo, Allan Schreck. Bill Kirmes, Mike Spinelli, Terry Lau.x. Row 4. Johninc Wuod, Kent Harshbarper, Bob Warren, Bob Lank. Jay Crump. Wm. Alan Wilson Row . ' ; Lee Moody, Lynn Zech- man, Robert Gorzynski, John Caldwell, Mark Morrow. Frank Sims. 157 Queen Carroll Tankesley. Sigma Sigma Sigma, and King Ken Beber- meyer. Phi Sigma Epsilon, reign over Greek Week Activities, after being elected by popular vote of the fraternities and sororities respectively. Sig Taus, Sig Kaps Take Top Honors Annual Greek Week activities in the fall saw Sigma Tau Gamma and Sigma Kappa emerge victorious, after many close contests, including the egg toss, egg race, bicycle and tricycle race, tire roll, wheelbarrow race and the car stuff. " Greek Sing " competition was won by Sigma Kap- pa and Phi Kappa Theta. Alpha Kappa Lambdas were first runners-up and Sigma Sigma Sigma and Delta Sig- ma Theta tied for first runners-up in the sorority division. A new event for sorority competition was the " car stuff " won by Sigma Sigma Sigma. The fraternity car stuff resulted in a four-wav tie. " Flour " child, Cathy Brennecke, Sigma Kappa, smiles after participating in " Pennies in flour " contest. Alpha Kappa Lambdas raise their voices in song as they participate in the " Greek Sing " at Stokes Stadium. » %W t,JKSmJSml m M 158 Lynn Swann, President Bobbretia Elliston. Vice President Brenda Hinlon, Secretary Brenda Hines Patricia Weary Greta Harris Beverly Smith June Johnson Barbara Jenkins Annette Titus Delta Sigma Theta Emphasizes Service Delta Sigma Theta was founded on the campus in May, 1968, with its primary emphasis on service. Through the national program, they supported book- mobiles in the southern regions, donated books (especially on black history) to libraries, contrib- uted to mental health organizations, screened and recruited girls for Job Corps and Peace Corps and sent teenage boys and girls on cultural trips. Their newest project is the adoption of children by various chapters. The sorority is extremely interested in civil rights and the quest for black pride and dignity. Social events for the year included a Christmas dance. .lack-of-Hearts dance, an anniversary ban- quet, and a Founder ' s Day banquet. Zeta Zeta Chapter tied for second place in the Greek Sing this past year. They also participated in the Panhellenic tea in September. Currently, there are ten Deltas and one pyramid (pledge) in Zeta Zeta Chapter. Delta Sigma Theta pledges and actives wore their sorority costumes to their annual Christmas party held this year at the Wesley House. 159 Alpha Sigma Alpha Receives Honors Alpha Sigs began the year with the new experi- ence of living together in the Panhellenic Residence Hall. With much enthusiasm, a year of exciting ac- tivities and pursuits followed. Jan Seals was chosen Missouri Queen of Fairs and then named Miss Kirks- ville to represent the city in the Miss Missouri pag- eant. Chosen to be members of the Bulldog cheer- leading squad were Marcia Mossbarger, Esther Skin- ner, and Carol Holtkamp. Highlighting rush season were the annual " Alpha Traz " and " Southern Array with ASA " rush parties. The Alpha ' s finally pledged 22 girls to their fall pledge class. Pat Trent was elected Homecoming queen, and Marcia Mossbarger, Jan Seals, Jeannie Taylor, and Judy Twillman were elected to Who ' s Who. Alphas named to Cardinal Key were Jeannie Taylor, Judy Twillman, and Kathy Bagley. As a philanthropic project. Alpha Beta members donated time in helping the children at the special education school. At Christmas and at various other times throughout the year. Alphas gave the children parties. An Alpha Sigma Alpha carefully carries her egg in the " Egg Race " during the Greek Week activities. Jeanne Taylor, President Jan Wulf, Vice president Marcia Mossbarger, secretary Joyce Lehenbauer, treasurer Mrs. Sarah Wimp, sponsor jean Abernathy Caria Albrecht Gay Anderson Jean Bagby Kathy Bagley Patty Beavers Darlene Benskin Lea Ann Broyles Missy Burnaugh Claudia Clinton Sarah Clinton Sharon Copenhaver Debbie Deason Jane DeBruin Sherry Epperson 160 Ruth Gabel Jane Gevecker Jackie Gill Nancy Gingrich Pal Goeke Gloria Guinn Kathy Handley " Kathy Harris Carol Holtkamp Vicky Hotop Ronda Judd Janey Mathis Judy Motter Cindy Norris Pat Pearson Paula Pickett Diana Ponder Cathy Powell Judy Randolph Kay Randell Patsy Redden Janet Rigdon Betty Roderick Ann Sanders Janet Seals Jenny Sefrit Marty Singleton Esther Skinner Debbie Stark Becky Swisher Pat Trent Judy Twi llman Barb Wedde 3oyce Wehde Linda Wenneker Barbara Willows Alpha pledges show enthusiasm and spirit with their " Alpha pyramid " at the Panhellenic Dormitory. 161 DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN Phi Kappa Theta Pledge Class Gifts of Cash one of $25:00 one of $10:00 one of $5:00 Drawing date Jan. 17, 1970 Donation 10c or 3 for 25c W 1950 Scholarship Cup Won By Alpha Sigma Tau Winning the President ' s Scholarship Cup last spring was an honor for Alpha Sigma Tau members. Dean Henry Boucher made the presentation at the annual Panhelienic Banquet. AST ' s achieved first place with an honor point average of 2.86. The spring " Moonlight and Roses " formal was held at the Holiday Inn. Other social events of the spring term included a Parent ' s Day and picnic with Phi Kappa Theta. Alpha Sigma began rush activities this year with a Mad- hatter ' s Ball. " Their formal rush party, " Wishing, " provided an opportunity for members and rushees to join in a wishing ceremony. The close of formal rush brought 12 pledges to AST this fall. Alpha Taus were active in informal rush with three girls pledging during spring semester. Marching Tau Toads brightened the Homecoming parade this year, " Hopping for an NMSC Victory. " AST sponsored Glenda Lauer as Homecoming Queen candidate. Alumnae and collegiate members met at Elaines Dining Room for a Home- coming and Founder ' s Day banquet. At Halloween, Phi Lambda Chis joined Alpha Sigma Tau in a skating party. Christmas activities included a party for chil- dren at the Diagnostic Clinic and caroling at fraternity houses. Three members were Echo Queen candidates: Karen Bell, Lynn Reifert, and Mary Stout. Sharon Dawson was the AST candidate for Greek Queen. Alpha Sigma Tau actives and pledges enjoy food, games, and fun at their annual lake picnic. Dr. Glenda Clyde, Sponsor Sharon Dawson, President " " " Glenda Lauer, Vice President , Janelte Stoffa, Recording Secretary Cathy Barker, Treasurer Ruth Angel Karen Bell Nancy Berry Michele Brodcen Jackie Coffey Judy Conner Beverly Dahms ary Day Ellerbrock Julia Haley Michelle Krink ioyce Lichte Marti Meek Linda Mitchell 162 Tau pledges carry out their Homecoming theme as all of them " Hopped for a Bulldog Victory " at this year ' s Homecoming parade. Pledges showed their spirit and enthusiasm as they jumped tirelessly during the entire, long parade. X Mara Moran Diane Newquist Lynn Reifert Conni Rooker Phyllis Scott Patricia Snapp Linda Stevenson Mary Stout Gloria Tedrow As a reward for the sorority s over ail j- ' raOe point of 2.86, the Alpha Sigma Tau ' s were awarded the Scholar- ship Cup at the Spring Panhellenic Banquet. fJcan Bou- cher presents the cup to the chapter ' s president, Ann Hunter. 163 Campus Royalty Among Delta Zeta Combinalions of activity, scholarship, and service led Delta Sigma chapter of Delta Zeta through its forty- first year at N.M.S.C. ■ ' Under the Big Top " and the traditional " Rose Garden " terminated formal rush season with twenty-two coeds pledging the close sisterhood of Delta Zeta. New pledges and actives successfully campaigned for Mindy Babbitt, who was elected homecoming queen at- tendant, and decorated the first place float which won the beauty division. Dr. David March was honored as " Dad of the Year " during the annual Dad ' s Day Banquet. The Mother ' s Day Tea and Spring Formal comple ted the year ' s social ac- tivities. President Cheryl Wilson was elected to Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Among philanthropic projects were the Easter Seal Drive, and the awarding of the Dr. Lucy Simmons Scholarship. Cheryl Wilson, President Derry Jones, Pledgetrainer Teri Shandrew, Vice President ■ Karen Seroka, Treasurer Dr. Ruth Towne, Sponsor Melinda Babbitt Frieda Barrett ■- •Patty Benedict Sherry Bertelsen Jane Biggerstaff Shelley Cochran Debra Davis Susan Dean Sandy Doyle Helen Duffey Mary Eads Jo Ann Eastman Joyce Erb ' NCathie Ferness Holly Gardner Kathleen Gilbert Betty Gough Jeri Gower Ginny Greening Beth Haller Colleen Isley Mindy Babbitt participates in the three-legged race for the Delts in the Greek Olympics. 164 3»F Deborah Wood Rebecca Yates onna Yos tlaine Koch Patricia Liddle Kathy Long Diana Lundberg Dana McMillan Christa Miller Diane Molten Mary Sue Mudd " Marla Mundell Barbara Portnoy Camille Quinones Gloria Sangeorgc Vendy Schnelle N ' hyilis Schoonover Brenda Shulse Jeana Shults Leslie Snellgrove Laurie Stites Karen Thomas NTerry Todsen Karyl Van Dyne Linda Waddill Debra Wilson " Debra Wisdom The Delta Zeta Homecoming float won the " Best in Beauty " prize in this year ' s Homecoming Parade, justifying the girls ' long hours of time and work. JSLJIlflil ' 165 Sig Kaps Represented In Many Activities Al the turn of their first decade, Sigma Kappa won first place in the Greek Sing and the Greek Olympics during the traditional Greek Week activities. Rush season opened with informal parties and picnics and closed with the " Roaring 20 ' s " ' party and the tradi- tional Pearl Party. Taking 25 pledges, Sigma Kappa had the honor of receiving the largest pledge class on campus. Social events for the year included attendance at smokers and mixers, pumpkin caroling, Christmas caroling, and a Christmas party at the home of the chapter ' s sponsor, Mrs. Howard Terry. A special " Sig Kap Weekend " was held March 7-8, and the girls enjoyed a luncheon, a banquet, and group church attendance. Lmda Krause represented NMSC at the American Royal in Kansas City, and Pam Wares and Karen Koe- nig were selected as ECHO queen finalists. Rounding out a busy year ' s social events, the Sigma Kappa formal was held on May 2 in the Activities Room of the Student Union. Sigma Kappa rushees become proud, official pledges after bidding and the sorority yell-in. Jo Goldman, President Donna Sees, Vice-President Joyce Sevits, Secretary Elizabeth Fedak, Treasurer Mrs. Howard Terry, Sponsor Dana Anderson Mary Jo Banta Brenda Beaty Karen Bell Sheila Berkowitz Mary Blickhan Cathy Brennecke Sue Burger Candi Clark Marlys Dailey Pat East Nancy Fountain Connie Gobble Jeanne Gordon Jana Greig Edie Grieshaber Sharon Harley Linda Hartley Debby Humphrey Kathy Ifland 166 Judi Ingerson Kathy Iseli Cindy James Barbara Jenisch Jackie Jones Becky Keck Celeste Knierim Karry Koenig Linda Krause Nancy Lambert Penny Leathers Sharon McCullom Mary Ellen McGrath Robin Mika Connie O " Dear Judy Omer JoOstrander Kay Pitts Rita Rhoades Janice Rusk Judy Stanish Sherry Swanson Shelley Swofford Suzanne Threkheld Kariadine Thurman Pamela Wares Marge Weatherly Donna Wehmeyer Jo Wheeler Regina Wilhite Kathy Wills Sue Woltjen Dottye Wooten Kathv Zelle Sig Kaps win first place this year at the annual " Greek Sing " , a part of the traditional Greek Week activities. 167 Tri Sigma Initiates 1000th Member Sigma Sigma Sigma began a busy and eventful year with two members being elected to the Student Senate, and three to class offices: Brooke Williams, Student Senate secre- tary and Linda Cagle, councilwoman, Kathy Turner, sopho- more class secretary. Nancy Hofer, junior class secre- tary, and Bev Richardson, senior class councilwoman. Elected captain of the Bulldog cheerleading squad for the second year was Linda Cagle. Carroll Tankesley brought an impressive honor to Mu Chapter by being elected Greek Week Queen by popular vote of the fraternities. Members vocalized to tie for first runner-up in the Greek sing, and also placed first in the " car stuff " . Swinging into an active rush season with the two rush parties, " Mai Kai " and " Sigma Spotlight " , the Tris cap- tured the eye of 21 rushees. Mu Chapter welcomed two enthusiastic new sponsors, Mrs. Naomi Roberts and Dr. Grace McReynolds. both fac- ulty members in the Elementary Education Department. One of the crowning points of the year for Tri Sigma was the chapter visitation of the National President, Mrs. J. Hyde Crawford. Special events of the visitation weekend included a candlelight ceremony and welcome party, con- ferences with officers and chairmen, and a tea to which the student body and faculty were invited. Roni Fulbright was selected as a finalist in Echo Queen competition. Among other honors Tri Sigma had four mem- bers elected to Cardinal Key: Linda Cagle, Shirley Hop- mann, Jeanne Sparlin, and Karen Yackley. Selected to Who ' s Who were Phyllis Mullenix and Linda Randell. Tri Sigs diligently sold raffle tickets to support their main philanthropic project, the Robbie Page Memorial Fund. Shirley Hopmann added a trophy to Tri Sigma achieve- ments as she was selected to reign as Mardi-Gras Queen at the 2nd annual Mardi-Gras Ball sponsored by the Atlas Club. Taking other sorority honors during Mardi-Gras was Lynne Richardson who displayed orange juice chugging ability, bringing to Mu the " Chug Champ " trophy. Social events of the year included a costume Halloween party, Sigma Stable Stomp, Christmas party, a costume 2 plus 2 dance. Founder ' s Day celebration and Spring dinner party and dance. Rounding out a terrific year for Sigma Sigma Sigma was the 1000th initiate ceremonies which took place at fall pledge activation. Mu Chapter was particularly honored as the second National Chapter to reach 1000 initiates. Dr. Grace McReynolds. Sponsor Mrs. Mary Roberts, Sponsor Summer Barry JoAnn Bartlett Connie Berryman Nancy Bowman Sue Burkemper Linda Cagle RoseCornwell Debbie Cory Barbara Courtney TinaCullen Sue Daugherty Sherrill DeJong Joyce Divelbiss Karen Elliott Joan Fromme LaRhondda Fulbright Sheryl Giebelstein D iane Gordy Jamie Grosso Pam Hinman Nancy Hofer Shirley Hopmann Joy Hunt Barb Ingram Becky Inlow Marilyn Johnson Karen Yackley, President Karen Schneider. Vice President Patricia Fridley, Secretary Mary Ann Fosse, Treasurer m If 168 Displaying their new. spring uniforms, Tri Sigmas march onto the football field ready to demonstrate their singing talents during the Greek Sing. Mary Kauffman Ann Leone Martha Lett Phyllis Mullenix Sharon Orf Mrs. Amalie Perales Chrisann Raabe Linda Randell Bev Richardson Lynne Richardson Marjorie Roderick Brenda Rodman Nancy Schriefer Carol Sees Brenda Smith Jeanne Sparlin Janice Spencer Becky Stelpflug Susan Strah Carroll Tankesley Sue Tapy Ann Umbarger Mary Jane Wade Debbie Weaver Rhea Werts Janet Whiteside Brooke Williams Jane Windier Ann Wright 169 AKL ' s Shatter Two Pledge Records Alpha Kappa Lambda. America ' s Fraternity of Dynamic Individuals, truly lived up to its motto in 1970. The men of Xi Chapter, under the leadership of its president. Bill Kirmes, broke two pledging records in the first formal rush. The AKL ' s not only shattered their Na- tional record but broke the Northeast Missouri State all Fraternity record for the largest number of men to pledge at one time. In intramural activities, AKL ' s were active in fleet- ball, basketball, bowling, volleyball, handball, tennis, and badminton. For community projects Alpha Kappa Lambda helped the local Vista organization, helped the local community center repairs toys for underprivileged children at Christ- mas, and community fund drives. In social activities, the AKLs proved once more that No Man Is an Island at the rush smoker. The underworld was visited again by the men of Xi at their annual Go to Hell Dance. Other social activities included the first annual Homecoming Dance the Christmas party and open house for Alumni and students. During the busy year Karen Helf- rich reigned as their Sweetheart. The year came to a close as the Senior banquet recog- nized graduating members and culminated with their annual Spring Formal. AKL ' s show their team spirit in the car stuff event during Greek week. Bill Kirmes. President Doug Peterson, Vice-President Mike Hardy, Secretary Bob Hitchcock. Treasurer Bob Bohrer Pat Botlecelli Steve Budde Dan Bundy Jim Cain Rich Canady Rich Curio John Dean Tom Dreyer Bill Evans Ron Feltz Don Fosse Doug Gebeline Vern Hanus Jay Helfrich Jim Hevener Les Hottsman Larry Hood Ed Horack Al Jensen Bruce Kerr Greg Kilmer Bert Kimble Ken Koehn a a r « 0 (?r fT fe r , Q y r c m e . Tr J 170 i A% ilk ,0 Bob Freitag, Jim Hevener, Pat Moreland, and Greg Miller entertain with a merry tune for one of their smokers. ffiS iBlSK: $ji m ife. ii , i lM J iw I f -■ " Bob Ramsey Bob Ricardelli Kerwin Rohr Ureg Ruth Dan Spies Bob Toole Greg Tracy ■ j Tim Urban " ■ dPw Jerry Valentine Brian Walker Dana Walker Wally Walz Mark Whitney George Wosmansky 171 KAPPA ALPHA PSI Row 1: Stanley Jones, president; Ronald Jenkins, vice president; Daron Greene, secretary; Alvin Williams, treasurer; Frederick Collins, dean of pledges; Larry Shockley, social chairman; David McClendow, parliamentarian. Row 2: John Chargois, captain; Lamar Toney; Dwayne Scales, secretary; Matthew Stallings, Bill Morton, Lionel Williams, social chairman; Randolph Lee, Harry Brown, pilot. Row 3: Benny Gordon, Gordon Carter, Luther Maufas, George Simmons, Harold Mansfield. Kappas Steadily Increase Membership Brothers of Epsilon Eta chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi were distinguished in campus organizations and varsity athletic competition during the past year. Harry Brown won the conference wrestling championship in the 134 weight class, and Matthew Stallings came in in second in the wres- tling conference in his weight class. The Kirksville chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi took a pledge class of eight this year to raise their membership to over 20. The officers and members worked on many charity functions. The Kappa ' s ranked 2nd in the Greek Sing in the fall. Benny Gordon, Kappa Alpha Psi, warily carries an egg in his mouth in Fleet-footed Kappa, Fred Collins, runs to keep up with the tire in one of the a race during the Greek Olympics. Greek Olympic races. 172 I New Fraternity ' Organized AtNMSC Omega Phi Psi began its first year on the Kirksville campus during the past year. On March 21, the members received their national charter. In honor of this event a banquet was held for members and guests. Members of the club received many honors this year in the area of sports. John Suell was among the honored when he was named to the all-conference football team for the second consecutive year and elected tri-captain of the football team. Brother Albert Mines served as graduate as- sistant wrestling coach. During the Spring semester the Omegas promoted a talent hunt for entertainment purposes for the school. They hope to make this an annual event. President, Lee Moody, was elected to Who ' s Who for two years, and was an active participant in oral interpreters. Omega Phi Psi received seven pledges during the fall. Aubrey Johnson. Vice-President Jesse Howard Omega Phi Psi President, Lee Moody, goes through musical score with Larry Forlney of " Archy and Mehilabel " in which he played Big Bill. 173 Sig Taus Lead Campus Organizations Sigma Tau Gamma continued to lead campus organizations this year. Beta men held several key positions such as Paul Craig, president of the Student Council; Hugh Schuetz. presi- dent of the Student Union Board: Bob Molina. Interfraternity Council president: Ken Sowers. Pi Omega Pi president; Bob Levy, president of the Varsity Club and Tri-Captain of the football team; and Steve Schweizer. president of Alpha Phi Omega. Five Beta men were selected to " Who ' s Who " for this school year. They were Ken Sowers, Hugh Schuetz, Al Wilson, Paul Craig, and Bob Levy. Five Sig Taus also participated in varsity football while other Beta men participated in wrestling, baseball, and track. After winning the All-Sports Championship last year, the Taus are striving for a repeat. They began by winning the Intra- mural Fleetball Championship. Luke Hone. Sigma Tau Gamma, pushes Camille Quinones. Delta Zeta. in the Greek Olympic wheelbarrow contest. The event is held during the annual fall Greek Week. Duane Charles. President Jim Arico. Vice-President Hugh Schuetz. Secretary Al Wilson. Treasurer Walter H. Ryle IV, Sponsor Dave Arnold Dennis Augustine Charles Bethards Steve Bond Dave Bouge Perry Bradshaw Vernon Brewer Randy Brummitt Mike Burton John Bybee Kenny Carroll Ji m Chandler Drennan Cloyd Dennis Cockshoot Carl Collins Ric Constance Cully Cowgill Jay Crump Alan Daniels Gary Fort Ted Freel Bucky Green BobGroff David Hane Steve Holt Duane Howe Roger Imhof Alan Janssen 1 - C ( Cp -.r, c - ip , f . (T) O («i ,%■• jE). f ifti t?» (5 fii a m -f (!!? ( fl v 174 r ' ; ' ' ' BhST? " O, ,.;■ a ,?■.«! e ft ,S O r» ft K . (ft. © a f«i ,• ! ftT» jf iftt ( . 1 ( i - : . David Kapler Bruce Kenne - Rick Kenney Dan Klein Tom Loean Bob Miller Bob Molina Paul Moots Tom Morris Bill Morris Doug McClinlock Gary Osbourne Ron Pipes Lyie Robertson Rick Roiher John Ruggeburg Mike Schaffer Steve Schweitzer Henry Shebilz Jerry Shelton BiU Siegal Ed Signaigo Ken Sowers Dennis Steele Curt Slude Len Sullivan William Thompson MikeThomburg Greg Tucker Bob Utter Harry Van Epps Gary Webb Steve Weeks Jim Welsh Hal W hiteaker Larr Whitham Sigma Tau Gamma ' s intramural Heetball championship team includes: Row 1: Dan Klein. Jerry Shelton. Bob Miller, Steve Harting. Jim Georges. Steve Bond. Rick Rother. Row 2: Hal Whiteaker. Larry Knopp. Bob Molina. Doug .McClintock. Luke Hone. Ron Pipes, Bob Groff. John Ruggeburg, and Al Wilson. 175 Red Carnation Ball Highlights TKE Year Returning to campus this year the men of Iota Gamma chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon again set a strong pace as they participated in Intramural fleetball, tug-of-war, cross- country and basketball. With the spirit growing stronger, TKE ' s again won the trophy in the Spirit Division in the Homecoming Parade, using the theme " Victory or Bust, Here and There, " the theme concerning the day ' s game and the Viet Nam War. As with any facet of life, one must suffer some sorrow and the men of Teke had a sorrowful experience this past year, when an auto accident took the lives of Prater Tom Clark and Prater Mike Tankesley. TKE Brother Jim Bodine was voted " Ugliest Greek " in the K.C.O.S. Mardi Gras contest. Going into the second semester, the Tekes planned to recapture the intramural wrestling crown, and highlight the year with the annual Red Carnation Ball and election of new officers. Tekes battle against Phi Lambs in the tug-of-war event during annual Greek Week activities. John Caldwell, Pres. David Dickerson, V-Pres Robert Cagle, Sec. Ronald Happhan, Treas. Dr. Linn Terry, Sponsor .lini Albus Nick Alteri John Bartow Jim Bodine Roy Brown Wayne Carrol Jim Compton Ron Covilli Craig Derby Howard Dusek Gary Edgington Phil Paris Ronald Frenzen Robert Geyer Dennis Graser Ron Haldt Tom Hawk Bill Hess 176 i( p 0} f . ( 1 , , p 1 f . m . (ft a o Steve Hilton Larry Howard Chuck Hull Ron .lones George Kaleta Steve Killcoyne Robert Latik Gerry Leath Paul Lesser Dave Lindley Dick Loren en John Matecke Wally Malins Sieve McDannold Leo McClaskey Robert Melson Mike Messmer Rocer Nimnio Larry Peters Joe Poindexter Ray Porter MikeProffitt Bill Ray Rex Rominger Fred Schulenberg Kevin Teeter Dave Toops Darrell Wheeler Chris Wilson Lynn Zechman Teke ' s won the trophy in the Spirit Division in the Homecoming Parade with their float, " Victory or Bust, Here and There. " 177 Phi Kaps Leaders in Campus Community In onlv two years. Mu Sigma chapter of Phi Kappa Theia has taken an active role in the affairs on the NMSC campus. Members of the fraternity have proved themselves leaders by being elected to various offices. Rick Elkin serves as president of SNE. : Larr W cede was sophomore class president: and John Koenig in debate. Students also chose Dan Brooks and Mark Morrow to represent them in Student Senate. Members of Phi Kappa Theta were active in not only campus but community interests. The YMC.A honored the fraternity for their help in the community with the MCA Service Award. The Heart Fund and United Fund uere also projects of the chapter. In the Opal Paint-In sponsored by Truitt-Buick. Phi Kappa Theta won the district competition and traveled to sectional. In the second annual Greek Week festivities. Phi Kappa Theta emerged victorious with the Greek Sing trophy. Phi Kappa Theta forged ahead into Intramurals. Marc Tendler. finalist in handball singles, teamed up with Morris Johnson to secure second in doubles. W inning the tennis singles. Mark Morrow joined by Henry Sespasara went ahead to win the tennis doubles. The fleet-ball team advanced to finals before dropping out of competition. The chapter crowned .Miss Janice Hoaglin as Sweet- heart at the Crimson Rose formal. Starting off the year, the Phi Kaps pledged thirty new members and look forward to another great year next year. Mark Morrow. Presidenl Kent Harshbarger. Vice-President Daniel Kinsinger. Secrelan Eugene J. Croarkin. Sponsor Donald Groff. Sponsor Phi Kappas won first in the tennis doubles. Gar Bel field Daniel Brooks Ohver Butt Michael B rne Dav id Comegys Rick Elkin Daniel Coble Steve Griffin Darrell Hanslow Art James Morris Johnson John Koenig Robert Michael Rick Nelson David Panther Stephen Pr or .Allen Renand Steven Reuiher Robert Rose Henr Sespasara Marc Tendler c: C f,- ' . s . c m o - , o a 9 178 Members of Phi Kappa Theta worked hard to secure first place in the car painting contest Mu Sigma members pulled hard for their team in the Greek rope-pulling contest. N- . h Lui Tuitele Larr Weede Ken Buttgen Wally Finch Mark Friedman Kyle Hern Roger Hoover Lloyd McCollum Charles Oyler Fritz Timmerberg Mick West Mike Williams Ed Wilson 179 Phi Lambda Chi Wins Tug-O-War Phi Lambda Chi started their second year on campus with a " little pull, " taking first place in the fall intra- mural Tug-of-War. In addition, the Mighty Mites were ac- tive in all intramural activities this year. The youngest chapter of the youngest national fraternity gained the help and assistance of Mr. Herman P. Wilson as co-sponsor with Mr. William Murray, sponsor. Community projects included donating blood, collecting for the United Fund and the Mental Health Association. Chapter President, David Beaty, and chapter secretary, Brian Anderson, were selected to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Striving to live up to the fraternity motto. Fraternity of lasting brotherhood, the men of Phi Lambda Chi have worked hard to promote school spirit and improve Greek relations. Phi Lambda Chi members participated in the parade in which they " tugged " a ear throughout the parade route. David Beaty, President David Froneyberger. Vice President Brian Anderson, Secretary David Fox, Treasurer Theodore Baker Robert Bratton David Cochran Phillip Duncan Don Erikstrup P f C- C«?- « , a © O 180 Lambda men pulled hard in the 1969 intramurals lo become the champs of the fall men ' s tug-of-war. Jim Farmer Daryl Gerken Ken Heppermann Larry Holder Marc Jefferson Larry Kersten George Koontz Steven Lahay Frank Layland Michael Lewton Les McCarter William Means Richard Middleton Roger Millo George Morrison Steven Newberry Wayne Schoen Richard Schreck f iSMi tmMdu Chuck Schulten Lowell Seaman John Slaton Dan Smith Terry Wendt Glenn Wombwell John Wood 181 Phi Sigs Celebrate Founder ' s Day Gamma Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon started the year with the primary goal of equaling last year ' s achievements of receiving the " Most improved Chapter Award, " and the " Best undergraduate newsletter Award. " They also de- fended their intramural basketball championship of 1968-69. Phi Sig men sponsored their annual raffle for " Easter vacation in Florida, " Frank Wagner was chosen " Little All-American " for the second consecutive year, and both Wagner and Ken Bebermeyer were named to the first string, all-conference football team. Frank Sims was selected to Who ' s Who along with Greg Skinner. In September, the men of P.S.E. started a successful year by starting a house improvement program, which in- cluded painting, landscaping and asphalting the drive-way. Highlighting the year was Phi Sigma Epsilon ' s cele- bration of Founder ' s Day, at which the guest speaker was Congressman Fred Schwengle, Gamma alumnus. Also work- ing closely with Gamma chapter was a strong alumni program. With iheir theme. " Here come da judge, " Ihe men of Ganuna chapter portrayed keystone cops in the Homecoming parade. Special feature of their project was a Central Missouri mule m a cage. Dan Dorsey. President Mike Lock, vice-president Greg Skinner, secretary Dan Butler, treasurer Dr. Joseph Dolan. Sponsor Gail Albright, Sponsor Luther Bennett Bob Bever Mike Bielic Ronald Bielinski Jim Cody Andy Crist Frank Davey Jim De hebo Mike Dolan ' 9C • HM 182 Dan Dorsey, President of Gamma chapter, accepts the award as being the " Most Improved Chapter " given by the national office at the National Leadership Development Program in Indianapolis. Indiana. .0 «?. p,- ; 1 (ft i f?5 i% J. ii ( -» 1 . f . tk £ ifi 1 ■f% - ? f% (f . ' « » ■ W tT j; " «- ' f 4ffe ( ilii o » ( T a ii £ t I ' fe Ji (» m p 1 h ib in ilA ill It ; Ron Enyeart Glenn Fast Jim Ferguson Richard Foglesong Mike Foley Bob Gorzynski Steve Harrison Bill Homan Tom Jordan Steve Kolb Warren Lantz John Luhn Ron Mack Kevin Miller Ray Moncavagc Rick Morgan Al Noelte Gary Peterson Ken Powers Dan Ray Terry Ray Larry Rigdon William Sass Randy Shahan Donald Sherer Frank Sims Charles Singleton Terry Taylor Paula Triplett Steve N an Horn Warren Waddell Frank Wagner Bob W arren Paul Weber Ted Wilson 183 184 v . .•■■:■.. ' •Mr;.. r " ! ' - i •■■■■■ if ' :-. ; " ■ ' % ' ;■■ ' : - ATHLETIC 185 1969 Bulldog football team. First row left to right: Tom Gruening, Tom Kelly. Greg Wilson, Boyce Wooley, George Kaleta. John Bringer, Bob Levy. John Suell. Row 2: Ken Bebermeyer. Greg Skinner. John Freeman. Tom Geredine. Mike Hooker, Greg Erson, Chick Waddell. Row 3: Alvin Williams, Mike Dahlberg, Buck Green, Dan Spies. Steve Lahay. Luke Ben- nett. Deon Johanning. Jim Gephardt. Row 4: Dave Mead. Mike Scott. Len- vil Elliott. Willie Hickman. Kevin Miller. John Bickers. Dale Gildehaus. Row 5: Glenn Fast, manager; Sam Nugent, trainer; Dick Brownlee, Russ Braudrick. Don Stanley, coaches. Bulldogs Share MIAA Championship Crown If the 1969 Bulldog football team had listened to the noises of the polltakers they might have never heard the roar of the crowd chanting, " We ' re number one! " Enjoying their best overall season since the 1965 campaign, the Bull- dogs literally came from nowhere to earn a share of the MIAA football crown. When the first August workouts began it appeared that the team ' s depth was sound with 26 returning lettermen reporting for the workouts. After the first week qji practices the injury plague that jinxed the team throughout the season began to take its toll. Coach Russell. Sloan in an effort to bolster his forces was forced to shuffle and reshuffle his offensive, defensive, and specialty units throughout the sea.son. Despite the odds the effort paid off. When the season was over the Bulldogs possessed a 6-2-1 season record, were MIAA co-champions in the centennial year of intercollegiate football, and had placed si.x men on the MIAA All-Conference first team. Offensively, the team scored 27 touchdowns, 16 passing and 11 rushing, while the running attack rolled up 1,158 net yards. In the air, the Bulldogs connected on 95 passes for 1,583 yards. Mike Berentes. Don Cummings ' favorite receiver, clicked with the Bulldog quarterback for 31 completed passes, 559 yards, and six T.D. strikes. Charlie Blakely added to the offensive creativity as he pulled in five T.D. tosses. Freshman running back, Lenvil Elliott completed his first year as the Bulldog workhorse, blasting for 540 yards, one touchdown, and a 3.8 yards-per-carry average in 171 attempts. Lloyd Wiese averaged 3.5 yards-per-carry and scored four T.D. ' s during the season. On the other side of the ledger, the defensive squad stifled enemy offensive attacks, allowing the Bulldog offense more time for scores as they allowed only 13 touchdowns, 966 yards rushing, and 1,205 yards through the air. Alto- gether the ' Dogs amassed 188 points to just 120 points for their opponents. 186 :r ' First row left to right: Frank Wagner, Larry McGlaughlin, Garry Boyd, Jim Arico, Lloyd Wiese, Ron Belew, Jerry Smith, Terry Rau, Dennis Augustine. Row 2: Gary Lacey, Aubrey Johnson, Charles Brown, Jeff Korknay, Bob Hepker, Ted Gallion, Randy Ball, Frank Graff. Row 3: Don Cummings, Mike Berentes, Charles Blakely, Al Fulton, Jim Holmes, Joel Cockley. Jim Kronsbein. Randy Snodgrass, Daron Greene. Row 4: Steve Franklin. Jeffrey Shimkus, Larry De Clue, Mike Messmer, Bill Dennis, Bob Miller, Nick Hartje, Randy Dawson. Row 5: Russell Sloan, head coach: William Richerson; assistant coach: Ronald Toman, assistant coach, Tony Yelovich, graduate assistant; and Jerry Meyer, graduate assistant. Ken Bebermeyer (HH) nails Central Missouri State ' s quarterback. Steve Eckinger, for a big loss as Greg Skinner moves into assist on the tackle. W 187 The Bulldogs kicked off their " 69 season on the road with iheir eighth consecutive win over Kansas Stale at Pittsburg. 14-13. After erupting for 14 points in the second quarter, the Kirksville gridders had to hold back a vengeful Ciorilla team for the one point victory. NMSC ' s scores came on two touchdown passes from quarterback Don Cummings, the first to split end Garry Boyd on a 67-yard pass play and the second a 23-yard aerial to freshman tailback Lenvil Elliott. Playing in their home opener, the Bulldogs battled Lincoln University ' s Tigers to a hard fought 22-22 deadlock. The offensive attack was led " by Cummings who sneaked over for a one- yard T.D. and threw two touchdown passes to slotback Charlie Blakley, one a 73-yard pass play and the other a 6-yard toss. Bulldog tri-captain Bob Levy added three points with a 25-yard field goal. The game was a costly one, however, as tri-captain and 1968 All-Conference center, John Bringer suffered a dislocated elbow and was lost to the team until the latter part of the season. On the following weekend the Bulldogs fell victim to rain, mud, and a disputed two point conversion call as Eastern Illinois University handed Kirksville an 8-7 heartbreak loss. After Cummings tossed a 25-yard T.D. pass to Blakley in the opening series, the game remained score- less until Eastern Illinois " Terry Tulley scored a T.D. on a one-yard dive late in the fourth quar- ter. On the conversion attempt Tuley went around his right end, barely crossing the goal line ac- cording to the official. Southwest Missouri State fell victim to the Bulldogs 23-0 in the MIAA opener. Kirksville, relying on a strong ground attack rolled up 249 yards on the muddy turf while the defensive squad held the Bears to 139 total yards. Mike Hooker, harassed by a Central Missouri Slale defender, allempls to gain con- trol of a jarred Don Cummings pass during NMSC ' s homecoming victory. Cornerback Charlie Brown struggles to bring down a versity of Missouri at Rolla pass receiver. Uni- Tailback Charlie Blakley makes his final cut past a divmg Southeast Missouri State tackier as he races for open ground durmg kirksville ' s 24-14 loss. 188 Three fumble recoveries and an inter- cepted pass were the keys to victory as Kiri sville captured their second MIAA win by beating Central Missouri Stale. 28-10 at the annual Homecoming game. The Mules paid the price of invading Stokes Stadium as Mike Berentes snagged two Cummings strikes for 10 and nine yard scores. Wiese scored from 17 yards out and later on a one-yard plunge to round out the Bulldog scores. Gaining momentum and such affectionate nicknames as " Big Purp " and the " Purple Pride. " Kirksville played host to the University of Missouri at Rolla. downing the Miners, 21-14. A stubborn " Dog defense turned in its most impressive performance of the season, holding the Miners to 28 net yards rushing and 78 yards passing. The Bulldogs deciding touchdown score came on a 46-yard pass play from Cum- mings to Elliott. Earlier Wiese scored a T.D. on a one-yard dive and a Cummings to Berentes 20-yard pass play produced the other touchdown. A determined Mike Berentes walks back onto the field after grabbing a sideline pass during ihe 1969 Homeconuni; bailie against Central Missouri State. The foot of Mike Berentes lofts the pigskin toward a noe point conversion as the Bulldog line fights to hold off a determined University of Missouri at Rolla rush. UlS reVnr 189 ' S:- ' ' ' . ' m ' •1 First year coach Russ Sloan brtaki into a broad siuilc alter a Bulldog score. A desperate Central delender di es in a ain allempi lu break up a Mike Berentes pass reception. Not every play goes for a long gain as Charlie Blakley finds out. Southeast Indians have him trapped after bringing in a screen pass. 190 With a perfect 3-0 conference record at stake, the Bull- dogs found themselves going on the road to face Southeast Missouri State in what was believed to be the showdown game for the MIAA crown. The Indians, also 3-0 in the MIAA, appeared to have dealt a death blow to NMSC ' s title hopes in dominating the action in their 24-14 win over Kirksville. A sputtering offense allowed the score to remain 24-0 until the final quarter when a one-yard T.D. plunge by Cum- mings and a 50-yard pass play to tight end Tom Geredine put Kirksville on the scoreboard. The Bulldogs then returned home to close out their MIAA schedule against Northwest Missouri State ' s Bearcats in the battle for the " hickory stick. " The game was also designated to observe the centennial year of intercollegiate football. More important, though, the Bulldogs 39-12 victory over the Bearcats coupled with Central Missouri State ' s 44-21 upset win over Southeast Missouri established the Bulldogs and Southeast ' s Indians as co-champions of the MIAA. After only leading 7-6 at halftime, the Bulldogs, inspired by favorable reports of the CMSC-SMSC game, erupted for 32 points and 279 yards total offense. Touchdown scores came on a seven yard pass from Cummings to Berentes, a one-yard sneak and a 17-yard keeper by Cummings, a 17-yard run by Wiese, and substi- tute quarterback .(im Arico ' s 17-yard pass to fullback Al Fulton, The Bulldog ' s initial score came when Elliott crossed over from the one-yard line to cap a 43 yard drive. The defense was not without its heroes as Aubrey John- son blocked two place kicks, picked off a stray pass that set up Kirksville ' s fourth T.D. and was in on 14 tackles. Two other interceptions were snagged by freshman safety Kevin Miller and one each by halfbacks Charles Brown and Bob Hepker. Kirksville took to the road to close out their season with the Parsons College Wildcats in a come from behind 20-17 victory. Trailing 17-14 with under four minutes left in the game, the Bulldogs completed a 51-yard pass play from Cummings to Blakley for the deciding score. Earlier Kirksville scores also came on passes. The first was from Cummings to Berentes for 14 yards and the second a nine-yard strike to Geredine. Kirksville fullback Tom Gruening finds the going tough as hCjlries to power his way through a line hole clogged with Warrensburg defenders. 191 Coach Russell Sloan, his head barely visible among the mass of purple jersies, gives last minute pointers and encouragement to the team prior to the clash with Lincoln University. The referee ' s hands signal " touchdown " as quarterback Don Cummings sneaks across the goal line from one yard out. Play put Kirksville on the scoreboard late in the fourth quarter during the game with Cape Girardeau. 192 NMSC 14 7 23 28 21 14 39 20 1969 SEASON RECORD Opp. Kansas Slate al Pittsburgh . . 13 Lincoln University 22 Eastern Illinois University . . 8 Southwest Missouri State ... Central Missouri Stale .... 10 University of Missouri alRolla... . 14 Southeast Missouri State . . 24 Northwest Missouri Slate . . 12 Parsons Collece 17 Mike Berenles. versatile Bulldog spin end. goes through the process of changing his shoe in preparation for a conversion attempt. Freshman tailback Lenvil t:lliott enough for a Kirksville first down. finds himself tangled by Central Missouri secondary defenders after picking up yardage 193 w JsiHI Clutching a Kirksville pass, Charlie Blakley looks for run- ning room during the Cape Girardeau game. Halfback Lloyd Wiese is hotllcd up al the line of scrimmage by two charging enemy linebackers. Kirksville goes into an offensive huddle in search of ihc right combination to crack a tough Indian defense during the im- portant Cape Girardeau game. 194 Lenvil Elliott pulls down a pass and waits for his blocker on a play good for ten yards. Don Cummings (17) sneaks for a yard to pick up an important first down against Lincoln University. Part of the playing field appears permanently attached to players of both teams as Kirksville ' s defense readies itself for another Illinois University attack. 195 Bulldog defenders (left to right) Greg Skinner. Frank Wagner. . ' ubre Johnson. Bob Lev and Jeff Korokna made it touah on enemy runners all season as this Rolla Miner is about to find out. Signal caller Don Cummings studies the defensive alignment for last-minute corrections at the line during the Central Missouri State contest. 196 Bulldog members of the MIAA All-Conference first team are left to right: Frank Wagner. Aubre Johnson, and Don Cummings. Second row; John Suell. Charles Blakle and Ken Bcbermever. Six Bulldogs Gain MIAA Honors; 1 Defense Prevails Six members of the 1969 Bulldog football team were selected to the Missouri Intercol- legiate Athletic Association all-conference first team. Members of the first-team defensive unit included: senior middle guard Frank Wagner, senior tackle John Suell, junior end Ken Beber- meyer, and junior linebacker Aubrey Johnson. Bebermeyer ended in a tie with Southwest Mis- souri State ' s Bill Endres for the end position. Offensive selections for the first team in- cluded junior slotback Charles Blakely and jun- ior quarterback Don Cummings. who tied Central Missouri State ' s Steve Eckinge r for the signal- calling station. Wagner and Southeast Missouri fullback Bruce Hoffman were the only unanimous choices for first-team honors. Bulldog selections to the second-team de- fensive unit were junior defensive tackle Greg Skinner and senior linebacker Bob Levy. Senior offensive tackle Boyce Wooley and junior split end Mike Berentes received honorable mention. Russ Braudrick. graduate assistant, congratulates Coach Russell Sloan on the Bulldog ' s victory over Northwest Missouri State ' s Bearcats, 39-12. Bulldog tailback. Lenvil Elliott, tries to maintain his balance as Southeast Missouri Indians move in against him. 197 :ifr . NMSC cheerleaders: Kneeling, Pauletle Kaut . Back Row; Linda Cagle, co-eaplain; Carol Hultkanip, Marcia Mossbarger, co-captain; Debbie While, Esther Skinner, Linda Krause, and Jeanne Barta. Cheerleaders Support NMSC Patriotism Bulldog cheerleaders volunteered many hours of prac- tice to perfect various cheers and drills. The time spent in practice resulted in spirited boosting of the team to victory at the games. Cheerleaders rode as a group in the " 69 Homecoming Parade. The girls performed at the Homecoming game and all other football games of the season. These Bulldog supporters also displayed school spirit at the basketball games and wrestling meets. A major goal for the cheerleaders was to encourage enthusiastic school spirit. The girls worked with precision movements and cheers to lead Bulldog fans in cooperative support of the team. Linda Cagle Marcia Mossbarger 198 Dcbbj While Esler Skinner Carol Hollkamp Jeanne Barta Linda Krause 199 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Row I (kneeling) l-r: Tom Walsh, Bob Hunerdosse. John Cowen, Bill Chickering. Row 2; Keith Allen, Bill Young, Loren Moes, Nick Francis, Clarence Dottrye. Row 3: Kenneth Gardner coach, Jim Hopfauf, Tom Logan, Pat Sullivan, Ike Frye, Hardie Smith, Ron Chacey, Wayne Denny (assistant). Cross Country Places 14th At NCAA Meet Although they were nosed out for the MIAA Championship, the 1969 Bulldog Cross Country team placed 14th in the NCAA College Division Meet at Wheaton, Illinois, marking the highest NMSC team standing at the meet since 1965. The Bulldogs top two performers were the co-captains, Keith Allen, and Tom Logan, 37th and 67th, respectively. Allen ' s time was 26:18 and Logan was clocked at 26:38. Times and finishes of runners were Pat Sullivan 100th, 26:59; Bill Chicker- ing, 166th, 27:35: Loren Moes, 184th, 27:45; and Tom Walsh, 257th, 28:30. Running conditions at the meet were miserable to say the least, as two inches of snow was on the ground and temperatures in the 20 ' s prevailed during the meet. At the MIAA championship meet the harriers were edged by Central Missouri State ' s Mules. The Bulldogs held their scoring down to 38 points, but the Mules did better by holding their score down to ii points. Logan led the Bulldogs by finishing second, covering the five-mile course at Warrensburg in 25:33. Other Kirksville finishers were Allen in third, Sullivan, si.xth, Chickering, 13th, and Walsh. 14th. In preparation for the MIAA meet the Bulldogs compiled a 6-2 dual record. The harriers topped respected cross country teams including Central Missouri State, Western Illinois University and the University of Iowa, while losing only to Illinois State and the University of Minnesota. At the Southwest Missouri State Invitational Meet, the dogs placed fifth. Logan was the top Kirksville harrier, finishing in the eighth position. One of the highlights of the dual season occurred at the home meet with the Mules, when Logan established a five-mile mark for the Kirksville Country Club b crossing the finish line in 25:51. 200 1969 Season Record NMSC Opp. 42 ... . Illinois State 18 15 ... . Culver Stockton 48 15 ... . Lincoln University 50 25 ... . Western Illinois 31 17 ... . William Penn 39 Southwest Mo. State Invitational NMSC placed 5th 25 ... . Central Missouri State .... 30 25 ... . Iowa 30 Double dual 48 ... . Minnesota 15 MIAA Conference Meet NMSC placed 2nd NCAA (College Division) Meet NMSC placed 14th Coach Kenneth Gardner congratulates co-captain Tom Logan on his record breaking five-mile run on the Kirksville Country Club Course as co-captain Keith Allen looks on. The Bulldog ' s top five harriers (l.-r.) Tom Logan, Pat Sullivan. Keith Allen. Loren Moes, and Tom Walsh prepare for a practice start during a workout. 201 First row left to right: Pat Sullivan. Bob Fuka, Terry Winters. Ron Sterchi. Jim Magruder. and Dave Davis. Second row: Charles Currie. Claude Wilson, Tom Burke. Jerry Buhr, Don Bramlell. Jim Durham, and Louis Gregory. Third Row: Willard Sims, assistant coach: James J. Dougherty. Director of Athletics; student doctor. Richard Rider, graduate assistant; Gordon Mitchell, manager; Fontaine Piper, trainer: Ken Par- ker, graduate assistant; Lanny Hradek, manager; and Boyd King, head coach. Basketball Team Has Frustrating Season The 1969-70 Bulldog basketball year was the kind of a year in which success and frustration shared the season ' s best descriptive terms. While turning in one of NMSC ' s best non-conference records in recent years with a 10-4 mark. The Bulldogs at the same time found themselves occupying, for the first time since 1966, the bottom of the MIAA standings with a 1-9 record. On the favorable side of the ledger the Bulldogs did win some impressive victories over several non-conference foes including Adams State, Colorado State, Washington University, Illinois State, and Western Illinois University. One of the most frustrating aspects of the season for the Bulldogs was that six of their losses were decided by lour points or less. In another category of what the Bull- dogs generally regarded as the friendly confines of the Per- shing Arena the home ground wasn ' t always friendly. On the homecourt the Bulldogs were 5-5 and on the road were 6-8. Head Coach Boyd King ' s starting lineups throughout much of the season revolved around senior guards, Ron Sterchi and Bob Fuka; senior forward Don Bramlett and junior forward Claude Wilson; and senior center Jerry Buhr. In addition to the starters one of the teams ' best assets was the bench strength led by seniors Terry Winters, jun- ior Charles Currie, and freshman Louis Gregory. 202 The Bulldogs opened their season on the road against Parsons College in a game that turned out to be one of the Bulldogs hardest fought games of the year, but lost to the Wildcats, 72-68. Returning home the Bulldogs then opened a three game weekend homestand. After winning the first two games over Baker University, 92-80, and Missouri Western, 77-74 the cagers suffered a one point loss to Rockhurst College, 74-73. The Bulldogs rebounded from the loss by reel- ing off four straight victories including their initial and only MIAA win of the season. Utilizing the charity strip the Bulldogs edged Northwest Mis- souri State 69-68. An 88-78 victory over Illinois State and twin wins at the Heart of America Classic Tournament at Warrensburg over an extremely tall Adams State, 69-63 and Colorado State, 80-69, pushed the Bull- dogs pre-Christmas record to 6-2. When the Bulldogs returned to the court in January a lengthy road schedule of seven games and one lone home game brought the Bulldogs their serious problems. Although they managed to maintain a 4-4 record for the month three of the losses were to MIAA teams— Central Missouri State, 84-77; Southwest Missouri State, 70-63; and Northwest Missouri State, 88-71. Bulldog center. Jerry Buhr gets his hook shot awav despite a SiHilhcast Missouri Indian ' s outstretched arm 203 Ron Sterchi attempts a lob pass to Claude Wilson over Bearcat defenders. Referee signals another foul on Bob Fuka who was caught several times during the campaign. Jump-shot action readies both teams for board play. 204 yj Ll The Bulldogs " most impressive non-conference victories were over Western Illinois University, 83- 72, and Washington University, 68-66. Returning home the Bulldogs opened the month of February with a victory over Sacred Heart College, 83-81 but then lost in four overtimes to the University of Missouri (Rolla), 89-87, and Southeast Missouri, 84-75. The Bulldogs then went on the road to return a visit to their most recent MIAA foes. Their luck didn ' t change much, though, as the Bulldogs fell short against UMR, 86-74 and Southeast, 82-81. Closing out their season at home the Bulldogs met the MIAA ' s conference leaders. Central Missouri and Southwest Missouri head-on. The going was rough, however, as Central won 85-82 and Southwest topped the cagers, 77-63. In the final game of the season the Bulldogs lost a verdict against Sacred Heart College. Pal Sullivan (41) Kirksville reserve guard winds liiniself up lor the basketball- chase. Bob Fuka finds himself with the ball and no protection against conference foes. 205 Bob Fuka, Bulldog starter, moved rapidly across court toward another score. A major mele broke out in a game with Central Missouri State. Claude Wilson, with ball, runs into heavy Mule traffic with Buhr (51) out front. As a fitting climax to a halftime performance these girls show the end of their act. 206 L- i V Claude Wilson goes high between two Mule defenders for a driving jump shot from the middle of the key. Central Mis- souri tied for first in the MIAA. 207 Lou Gregory finds himself unexpectedly reclining on the hardcourt, with an unexpected Don Bramlett gets set for a tip-in. finger pointed his way. Coach Boyd King talks over some strategy with Ron Sterchi, Claude Wilson, and Don Bramlett Sacred Heart defenders give chase to Ron Sterchi during a time out. (30). 208 Bulldog defender blocks this foe ' s routes of escape. Player and referee search gingerly for a lost contact lense. 1969-70 SEASON RECORD NMSC OPP. 68 . . Parsons 72 92 . . Baker Uni. ... 80 77 . . Mo. Western . . 74 73 . . Rockhurst .... 74 69 . . Northwest .... 68 88 . . Illinois State . . 78 69 . . Adams Stale . . 63 80 . . Colorado Si. . . 69 77 . . Cen. Mo. St. . . 84 63 . . S.W. Mo. St. . . 70 97 . . Parsons 81 71 . . N.W. Mo. St. . . 88 83 . . West. 111. Uni. . . 72 92 . . So. III. Uni. (Edwardsville) . . 85 68 . . Washington University .... 66 86 . . Quincv Col. ... 88 83 . . Sacred Heart College 81 87 . . Uni. of Mo. (Rolla) 89 75 . . Southeasl .... 84 74 . . Uni. of Mo. (Rolla) 86 81 . . S.E. Mo. State . . 82 82 . . Cen. Mo. Stale . . 85 63 . . S.W. Mo. St. . . 77 65 . . Sacred Heart Colleae 81 A battle for the tip-in goes on high above the rim. During many of the Bulldog ' s conference defeats, the cheerleaders seemed to be the only bright spots. 209 James Dougherty presents the squad with the conference championship trophy. Row 1: asst. coach Don Stanley. Rich Beard, Curd Alexander, Roger Hodapp, Steve Miller, Stan Muggins, Dougherty, coach Tony Yelo- vitch. Row 2: Dan Klein, John Sticht, Matt Stallings, Harry Brown, Larry Kersten, asst. coach Al Mines. Wrestlers Sparkle In Conference Meet Rich Beard strives to win championship heavyweight match. For the Ihird straight year, the 1969-70 Bulldog vreslling team won the MIAA ' s conference wrestling crown. The Bulldogs in racing to the title on their home mats mounted 92 team points while their nearest op- ponent. Northwest Missouri State tallied 71. Relying on the strength of three individual cham- pions Harry Brown (134 lbs.). Stan Huggins (177 lbs.), and Rich Beard (Hwt.). five seconds, and two third- place finishes, the Bulldogs defended their title prin- cipally on team depth. After all ten of Coach Tony Yelovich " s wrestlers advanced into the semi-rounds, the Bulldogs ended up placing eight of the ten in the finals with three of them claiming individual titles. The conference title topped off what appears to have been a somewhat dismal 6-8 dual season record and an unimpressive tournament record but that wasn ' t the whole storv The Bulldog grappler ' s schedule for the 1969-70 season was one of the most difficult slates in NMSC ' s wrestling history. Their schedule included the nation ' s number one rated small college wrestling team the University of Nebraska (Omaha), in addition to other powerhouses including North Dakota State. Northern Iowa, Upper [owa. and the University of Missouri (Columbia). In seasonal tournament action the Bulldogs finished second in the Graccland College Tournev. were fourth al Northwest Missouri State and were third at South- west Missouri State. The 1969-70 season also concluded the collegiate careers of the Bulldogs " 1968 All-Americans, Curd Alexander (118 lbs.) and Rich Beard (Hwt.) Both of them completed their final years with impressive dual records with Alexander posting a 15-5-i mark tind Beard an lH-3-2 record. 210 - " mf s! ' : Senior Steve Miller attempts to prevent his opponent ' s escape by maintaining a firm hold on his lower limbs. Matt Stallings and his opponent force each other out. Each wrestler prepares lo move in on foe. 211 ■■ ' ' " V! i ' Ai-i ' ; " ' Wrestlers vie for superiority during one of the more awkward moments of Dan Klein ' s match. The skill and grace developed in many practices is brought into play during this match by NMSC ' s Steve Miller. Opponent seems to be indulging in illegalities in his match with John Sticht. 2K 1969-70 Dual Wresllirm Record NMSC Opp. 27 University of Western Illinois 9 5 University of Nebraska (Omaha) 30 20 Central Missouri State 14 20 Northwest Missouri State 11 5 University of Missouri (Columbia) 26 18 Wayne State (Nebraska) 20 16 University of Northern Iowa 19 14 Upper Iowa 20 3 North Dakota State College 31 20 Wayne State (Nebraska) 16 20 Whitewater (Wisconsin) 18 17 University of Eastern Illinois University 19 13 Bemidji State (Minnesota) 22 26 Southwest Missouri State 13 1969-70 Wrestling Tournament Record Graceland College Tourney Second Place Northwest Missouri State Tourney Fourth Place Southwest Missouri State Tourney Third Place MIAA Tournament First Place Grappler Matt Stallings prepares to effect an escape during his cliampionship match with champ Stan Zea- mer of NWMS. Individual champions Harry Brown, Stan Huggins, and Rich Beard receive con- gratulations for their conference wins. i— I — 213 1969 Bulldog lennis team (1st row. l-r) Ken Clow. Dave Roniber;;, Ron Selkirk. Cnd row. l-r) M,ke Derr. Kurl Marm. Ron Slerchi. and Coach H A walmsley. Tennis Team Narrowly Misses NCAA Title By the .smallest of margins, the 1969 Bulldog tennis team missed the chance to be the first NMSC intercollegiate team to win a national crown. They were edged out by the San Fernando Valley (California) State College, 17-16, in the NCAA National College Division Championship, held last summer at East Stroudsburg. Pennsylvania Slate College. In the quest for the title, the netmen, under the direction of Coach H. A. Walmsley, were strong contenders until the final doubles match in which Ron Selkirk and Dave Romberg were downed 6-3, 8-6 by San Fernando Valley ' s Steve Mes- smer and George Benedict. In singles matches both Selkirk, playing with a cast on his broken left wrist, and Romberg advanced to the semi- finals and quarter-finals, respectively, before losing. Other team members. Ken Clow and Kurt Marin dropped t heir third round doubles match after being eliminated in ' " " .second round singles matches. ' On the road to gaining their national tournament berth, Kirksville first had to capture the MIAA conference title, for the sixth consecutive year, and the NCAA College Di- vision Midwest Regional Championship, for the second year in a row. In addition, the Bulldogs won their own invitational tour- nament, the Drake Invitational tournament, and compiled a 12-2 dual match record. Highlights of the dual season in- cluded impressive victories over Purdue, Indiana Sta ' te, Illinois State and University of Missouri at Columbia, while losing only to Notre Dame and Bradley University. Individual singles and doubles statistics were equally impressive as Romberg and Selkirk led the team in doubles victories, compiling a 28-3 record. In singles plav Rorn- berg was 27-4, Marin 28-4, Clow 25-8 and Selkirk 21-9. 214 SECOND ANNUAL ATLAS CLUB Mardi Gras Friday, Feb. 6, 1970 — 9-1:00 a. Rieger Armory 3.50 per Couple CO CM 1969 SEASON RECORD Kirksville Opp. 9 . . Quincy College 2 . . Bradley University 7 9 . . University of Missouri at Columbia . . b! . . Western Illinois University 1 9 . . Northern Iowa University 9 . . St. Ambrose University Drake Tournament Placed first NMSC Invitational Tournament Placed first Northern Iowa Tournament Placed fifth 8 . . Illinois State University I 6 . . Indiana State University 3 . . Notre Dame University 9 7 . . Purdue University 2 8 . . University of Missouri at Columbia . . I 8 . . St. Louis University I 9 . . Principia College 9 . . Washington University MIAA Conference NMSC placed first NCAA Midwest Regional Tournament Placed first NCAA National College Division Tournament Placed second Bulldog head lennis coach H. A. Walmsley runs through another set of clothing as jubi- lant netnien celebrate their own invitational tournament victor . Bulldog lennis plavers (l-r) Dave Romberg, Ron Sterchi, Kurt Mann and Ron Selkirk work out on the Pershing outdoor courts. mi. ■,• » ■ ' V - .--- ■ ...1 1 215 w vi ' ffr m yf tf y. ' -■.w«i»«cu»it ' ' »gj ' a:- - r.- ;- ' . ' m, ' i . - ■ ' v J ■• ilSf. Ro« 1: I. 10 r. Jim Holmes. Chuck Blazicek, Wayne DiSilveslro. Gary Walls, Charles Blakley, Gary Lacey. Jim Arico. and Bob Blake. Row 2: Ken Caslagna, Ted Wilson. Mike Hooker. Howie Rosenblulh. Mike Gilbert. Bob Miller, Mike Pontius. Bob Fuka, Larry Anderson, and Coach Sam Nuaenl. Baseball Team Improves Season Record Bulldog co-captain Charles Blakley prepares to field a bunt laid down b a North- west Missouri State batter in a Kirksville victory over the Bearcats. High hopes for a vastly improved baseball season diminished for the 1%9 Bulldog baseball team as inconsistent hitting and injuries became the principal factors in the teams " 9-18 season record. The ' 69 squad did improve, though, the previous years 7-17 record. In the race for the MIAA ' s Northern Division championship Coach Sam Nugent ' s team at the start of the season was looked upon as a primary contender for the title. In individual statistics. Bob Miller repeated as the team ' s top E.R.A. hurler. allowing just 1.15 earned runs per game after 39 1 3 innings and al- lowed onK 1.69 runs per game. He also struck out 39 batters to lead the team in that department. The hitting attack, a Bulldog weak point, was led by Jack Sapp, whose .282 batting average was tops among " the regulars. Mike Hooker was the leader in runs batted in with 16 to his credit. Injuries to Larry Anderson, Mike Pontius, Miller, and Sapp also hurt the teams ' performance. Team totals showed an overall .217 batting average while the mound crew combined for a 3.13 ERA after 207 1 3 innings pitched. Six of the ' Dogs ' 18 losses were by one run, while the Kirksville nine were whitewashed eiaht times. 216 Mike Gilbert, Bulldog eo-caplain completes his swing alter getting his second base hit in a game against Parson College. Mike Hooker. Bulldog hurler, pushes off the pitching rubber as he gets set to fire a pitch toward home plate in a game with North- west Missouri State. 1969 SEASON RECORD NMSC (9-18) Opp. Mississippi College 6 3 Mississippi College 10 5 Belhaven College 6 1 Belhaven College 6 5 Milsaps College 4 .... . Milsaps College 3 1 Norlhwesi Missouri State .... 2 Northwest Missouri State .... 4 4 Northwest Missouri State .... 2 2 Parsons 3 Culver Stockton 2 8 Westminster 7 15 Westminster 11 2 Central Methodist 3 5 Central Methodist 1 23 Harris Teachers 3 8 Quincy College 4 1 Northwest Missouri State 6 1 Northwest Missouri State 6 5 Northwest Missouri State 3 3 Culver Stockton 2 Parsons College 3 Central Missouri State 2 1 Central Missouri State 2 2 Central Mis.souri State 7 Parsons College 17 Parsons College 1 217 Row I; Gar Uerb , Curl Moxley, Gary Paul. Chuck Hull, .lack Suann. Row 2; Coach Rlchc on, John Hawk. V all Fcnch. Bill Daniels, .lack McClain, DaveCurrenl. Golf Squad Places 2nd At MIAA Meet Bulldog golfers weren ' t supposed to be strong con- tenders for the MIAA golf title in 1969, but they finished NMSC only six strokes behind champion University of Missouri 7 ' 2 at Rolla. The NMSC second place finish topped off a 10-4 llVi dual and triangular season record. 11 Mike Delehaunty and Mike Brake. ' 69 senior co- 13 ' : captains, led the NMSC squad at the MIAA championship 12 match at Maryville with 36 hole scores of 158 and 159, 9 respectively. Right behind them were Jack McClain, who 6 ' 2 shot a 160; Gary Paul, 161; Chuck Hull, 164; and Gary UVi Derby, 166. ' 11 The final team scores showed UMR finishing with 14 796 strokes and the Bulldogs with 802 strokes. The ' Dogs IV2 had led by 1 1 strokes at the conclusion of the first day of 14 the two-day event, but Coach Boyd King ' s linksmen ex- 4 ' 2 perienced difficulty performing in the cold, damp, and 24 ' 2 windy weather on the second day. Coach King assumed the " 69 golf coaching respon- sibility as William Richerson. previous coach was on an academic leave of absence. In preparation for the MIAA match the Bulldogs had opened with a dual loss to Lincoln University but bounced back to capture five consecutive wins in dual and tri- angular meets before losing to University of Missouri at Rolla in a double dual. The squad then went on to win four of their next six matches to complete their 10-4 season. 1969 Golf Season Record OPP Lincoln University 10 ' 2 Centerville (la.) Community College .... 5 ' 2 Culver Stockton College 7 Westminster College 4 ' ? Culver Stockton College 6 Illinois College (Carthage) 6 University of Missouri (Rolla) 11 ' 2 Westminster College 5 ' 2 Lincoln University 7 Central Missouri State 4 Northwest Missouri State 10 ' 2 Clarinda (la.) Junior College 1 William Jewell College 13 ' 2 Parsons College 2 ' 2 MIAA Conference Match. NMSC placed second 218 ' .vissaswj Curl Moxley Bill Daniels John Hawk Gary Paul Jack McClain David Current ■•, " n «a»B. ' i» ' ' il«f«; « -M . " - 5 is ' - First row, left to right: Jim Georges, Aubrey Johnson. Bill Young, Steve Harting. Garry Boyd. Clarence Dottrey, Tom Geredine, and John Freeman. Second row; Bill Korrell. Gary Whitesides, Jim Compton, Nick Francis. Mike Berentes, Larry Gardner, Hardie Smith, and Larry Shocks. Third row: Chas. Guzman, Loren Noes, Bob Groff. Luke Hotte. Ken Ruediger, Don Allbritton, and Jerry Smith, manager. Fourth row: Bill Chickering, Jim Flopfauf, Ron Hunt, Keith Allen. Pat Sullivan. Tom Logan, and Ron Chancey. Track Team Finishes 8th A t NCAA Meet Success and disappointment seemed to go hand in hand for the 1969 Bulldog track team. They successfully finished eighth in the NCAA ' s College Division Track Meet, but came in second behind Southeast Missouri State in both of the MIAA ' s Indoor and Outdoor Meets. The eighth place finish at the NCAA Meet, held at Ash- land (Ohio) College, was NMSC ' s highest track team stand- ing in their history of competition at the meet, while the double loss of the league crown came after ten consecutive championship years for the Bulldogs. Among the most successful aspects in ' 69 was the per- formance of freshman Don Allbritton, who won the NCAA ' s College Division pole vault title and finished in a tie for seventh at the NCAA ' s University Division finals, held in Kno.xville, Tennessee. At the College Division finals he also established a new school record, with a vault of I5 ' 8 " . In addition to Allbritton ' s individual title at the College Division Meet senior co-captain Ron Davis placed third in the 440-yard dash with a time of 48.2 seconds, just .6 of a second off the winning time. He also carried the baton on the mile relay quartet that placed fourth with a time of 3:14.4, 2.4 .seconds behind the winner. Other members of the relay unit were senior co-captain Wayne Denney. fresh- men Larry Gardner and Nick Francis. Denney, who had not seen competition for a month prior to the meet also finished seventh in the SSO-yard run. High jumper Aubrey Johnson placed seventh in his event. By finishing in one of the top six places in their categories, Denney. Davis, Allbritton, Gardner, and Francis earned College Division Ail-American honors. At the NCAA Midwest Regional, Denney took first in the 440-yard dash and teamed up with Gardner, and Francis to win first place in the mile relay. Allbritton won the pole vault and finished second in the high jump. Aubrey Johnson was fourth in the high jump. Disappointment was the prevalent mood before these successes as the Southeast Indians dethroned the Bulldogs from the coveted first place position at both the MIAA In- door and Outdoor meets. At the Indoor contest Southeast amassed 81 points to NMSC ' s 66 ' 2 points, while at the Out- door Southeast outpointed Northeast 122-68. Among the Bulldogs who won events at the Indoor Meet were Davis, winner of the 440-yard dash and the 60-yard low hurdles, and Johnson in the high jump. 220 All American, Don Allbritlon, hccame Ihc lil ' lh NMSC athlete to claim a national title. Pat Sullivan, defendmg his outdoor MIAA mile championship, leads team- mate, Keith Allen, and other conference participants in the event. Southeast Missouri State ' s John Miller, Al Jackson, NMSC graduate assistant, Ron Davis, Aubrey Johnson, and manager Jerry Smith, take time out after the high jump competition at the MIAA outdoor meet. ■%t 221 Aubrey Johnson clears 6 ' 4 " in the high jump lying him wiih teammate, Don Allbritton for second place at the MIAA ' s outdoor meet. Ron Davis strains to break the siring ahead of Southeast Missouri Stale ' s. A! Holmes, in the 220-yard dash al the MlAA ' s outdoor meet. At the MIAA Outdoor meet. Davis, was named the meet ' s outstanding individual, while helping to account for four of his team ' s si.x first places. The versatile senior also won the long jump, 440- yard dash, 220-yard dash and ran on the winning mile relay quartet. His long jump distance of 23 " 6 ' 2 " was a new outdoor record. Pat Sullivan and Denney each repeated 1968 performances as Denney won the 880-yard run and Sullivan won the mile run. In preparation for the NCAA and MIAA meets the squad initially competed indoors at the Kan- sas State Relays and in triangular meets at West- ern Illinois and Illinois State. Al the Kansas State Relays the Bulldog ' s two mile relay team established a new NMSC record with a time of 7:40.1. Members of the team in- cluded Mike Pemberton, Keith Allen. Bill Young and Denney. When the Bulldogs moved outdoors they par- ticipated in the Drake. Kansas, and Emporia State Relays, a triangular meet with the Univer- sity of Missouri al Columbia and Southeast Mis- souri State, and dual meets with Central Missouri Slate, and Northwest Missouri State. The Bulldog ' s lone home track meet with Lincoln University was cancelled after a down- pour occurred midway through the meet. 222 3 c O " All-American, ■Don Allbritton clears 15 ' 8 Bulldog track coach Kenneth Gardner, presents All-Anierican awards lo (lell to right), Nick Francis, Larry Gardner, Wayne Denney, and Don Allbritton. Ron Davis, who won two Ail-American awards was unable to attend the ceremonies. Ron Davis, anchors the Bulldog ' s winning mile relay at the MlAA ' s outdoor track meet held al Marvville. Luke Hotte prepares to throw the discus during an indoor practice. 224 Kirksiillc runners near ihe head of the three-mile pack at the MIAA conference outdoor meet include: Tom Logan, Pal Sullivan, and ,Iim Hopfauf. Lloyd Wiese and Ron Davi.s take a breather after running on the 440-yard relay team that placed third al the MIAA " s outdoor meet. 1969 INDOOR TRACK RECORD NMSC Opp. 81 ... . Lincoln University 24 81 ... . Western Illinois 30 53 .... Illinois State 77 53 ... . Augustana College 21 MIAA Indoor Second Place Kansas State Relays (College Division) Second Place 1969 OUTDOOR TRACK RECORD NMSC Opp. 88 ... . Central Missouri State .... 57 88 ... . University of .Vlissouri .... 105 (Columbia) 25 ... . Southeast Missouri State ... 51 117 ... . Northwest Missouri State . . 28 Emporia Relays One First Place Kansas Relays (College Division) Two First Places Drake Relays One Fourth MIAA Outdoor Second Place NCAA Midwest Regional Second Place NCAA College Division National . . Eighth Place 225 Sisma Tau Gamma Captures I-M Title Sigma Tau Gamma captured the 1%9 Men ' s Intra- mural All-Sports championship Irophj to highlight the 1969-70 year for NMSC men ' s intramural sports. In taking the title the STG ' s outscored their near- est rival and defending champion. Phi Sigma Epsilon, 346-328. The 1969 season was kicked off with PSE taking the basketball crown and Greg Skinner winning the free-throw contest. In badminton competition Mike Hupfer look the individual honors and Gary Ireland and Mel Kell teamed up for the doubles title. During the spring (. ' ompelilion, the McPhersons pulled in the tug-o-war title and the Sports won the track and field meet. The horseshoe singles crown went to Joe Galkowski and the doubles title to Mike Spears and Les Guthrie. Ike Frye won the three-mile marathon run. The Stone Fo.xes captured the team bowling championship. The STG Hammerheads opened the fall semester by winning the fleelball title while the Aztecs won first place in the fall lug-o-war. The Iranians cap- tured the volleyball championship. In addition, Mark Morrow won the singles tennis crown and then teamed up with Henry Sesepasara to claim the doubles title. John Cowen finished first in the Cross Country Turkey Run. In a new sport Richard Staley became the first singles handball champion with Glen Packwood and Bill Weber look the doubles crown. The wrestling title went to the Warriors. Mohammad Afra took the singles table tennis championship and Jerry and Stephen Weaver combined to take the doubles title. I E . " mmmgmmmamfmm ' - .. r m| H Bm I HI ki, ' 11 i?M — 1 f i ito: Bowling competition attracted many competitors. Tug-of-war competition saw tlie " migtity mites ' " of Phi Lambda Chi winning the all-school championship. John Cowen crosses the finish line to capture Turkey Day race. 226 Sigma Tau Gamma ' s Hammerheads won the 1969 all-school fleelball crown. Jogging in the Pershing Arena serves as warm-up for i-m action. 227 Spring weather brings out horseshoers. Darrel Hanslow captures free throw crown. Champions in I-M wrestling include; Row 1: Mike Proffill, Dave Hornbecl , Carl Phillips, and Fred Adams. Row 2: Alvin Williams, Charles Blakely, Bob Nunez. Phil Farris. and David Mead. 228 t. ' vc miA .t. Mud became hazardous for tug-o-war participants. Basketball action attracted over 700 participants. Johnstons wait for tennis play. Capturing the top five places in the Turkey Run were: kneeling, Charlie Guzman and John Cowen; standing, Lowell Seaman, Steve Bond and Ken Costagna. JMM— HALL 230 231 Three students enter Violette Hall, one of NMSC ' s more modern buildings. Russell Bowles Hannibal Dixie Branscom Kirksville Joseph Braudrick Vinita Ter Roger Brenneke Kansas City James Brust Elkader, la. Doyle Chamberlain Lovilia, la. Kuan Yuan Chang Taiwan Sheng-Shing Chang Taiwan Chira Chankrachang East Meadow, N.Y. Thomas Chornock Kirksville Wan Nan Chou Taiwan Harry Christofferson Nichols, la. Timothy Chung Taiwan Chia-Pu Chyu Thailand Sheryl Cole Oskaloosa, la. Linda Cuuehmaii Powersville GRADUATE CLASS Patricia Allen Kirksville Linda Anderson Kirksville Houshang Anvari Chicago, 111. Carolyn Bell Des Moines, la. f r« gpr vif fT-N 232 la M i i ■ ' ? i- . i., Dennis Creegan Fi. Lee. N.J, Gary Crowell Kirksvjlle Damrong Deachasiri Thailand Louis Defiore Mercer Jinda Dhammongkol Thailand Marsha Dillinger Milan Wayne Dillinger Corning, la. Nancy Edwards Davenport, la. Regina Giovanazzi Cedar Rapids, la. Vera Gomez Colombia Paul Grimes Edina Paul Halferty KirksviUe John Hamm Bucklin Alberl Mines Decatur. III. Arnold Hoch Dallas, la. Nancy Hodson Jasper Wendell Holman KirksviUe Michael Hopkins Ankeny, la. Pamela House Burlington, la. Pai-Tai Hsi Taiwan Kaw Hsiao Taiwan Beb-Chyi Hsiung Taiwan Julia Hutchinson Lineville, la. Shirley Irwin Batavia, la. Thomas Jao Taiwan Deborah Jepson KirksviUe Praneet Kaenilai Thailand Pen-Ning Kao Taiwan 233 Kenneth Kielty Kirksvillc Julie l.adeniann Kirksvillc Ming-Ts Lai Tai-Chung, China Bcn amin LamasScr Davenport, la. Kai Liu Taipei, Taiwan Kou-Jia Liu Taipei, Taiwan Linda Lowery Macon Mary Lydon Stuart, Iowa David Martin Canton Bobby Matncy Des Moines, Iowa Jerome Meyer Cincinnati, Ohio Shuang-Ching Miao Taipei, Taiwan Joseph Miller Kirksvillc Wen-Jiun Minn Taipei, Taiwan Monty Morgan Fort Madison, Iowa Kalsu Nishimoto Hyogo. Japan Patum Nitibhon Bangkok, Thailand Jerry Ozipko Edmonton, Canada Punthip Pankam Bangkok, Thailand Kenneth Parker Mountain View, Mo. Victoria Patryla St. Louis Jean Paul Taipei, Taiwan Dorothy Peavler Kirksvillc Michael Perry Bloomfield, Iowa «»«te| fj»«. i»S,-f. ! ;(« - Q. 234 V - ! f « « T f .» f Frank Peterson Galesburg, 111. Gary Porter Hunnewell Cathy Powers Columbus Jet., Iowa Surind Prachakstham Bangkok. Thailand Janice Price Otlumwa, Iowa Shirley Pruett Davenport, Iowa Parviz Rashidian Tehran, Iran Paul Rawalt Manchester, Iowa Gary Ray Marshalltown, la. Melbourne Roberts Kirksville Orthai Ruksakul St. Louis Urai Sangkauasi Thailand Sunguian Saridhikul Bangkok, Thailand Joseph Sens Kirksvilie Rahim Shaghafi Teheran, Iran Nolan Singleton Bevier Payan Sitthinuntana ' Bangkok, Thailand James Smith Kirksville Steven Stanley Bettendorf, Iowa David Starr Ottumwa, Iowa Marianne Strasser Birhenweg. Germany James Suchsland Marion, Iowa Smuck Suphunrataa Thailand Roy Swain Meadville NMSC ' s contribution lo air polliJlion towers over the campus. 235 Work continues on the new Industrial Arts Building south of the Campus. Ester Travis Atlanta William Tsaur Taiwan Gin Tseng Taiwan John-Chi Tu Taiwan Shu-Min Tu Taiwan Ycn-Chih Tu Taiwan Earnest Webber Unionville James Welsh Glenwood Brian Wendelschaefer Saunderstown, R I. Larry Wilson LaPlata Mary Wilson Knox City Liyun Wu Taiwan Donald Yates Kirksville Manuel Zenteno Endarnacion, Mexico Ellen Thomas . . Peru, III. Gary Thomas .... Gorin Bonita Tompkins Iowa City, la. Sugumal Toochinda Thailand 236 Thirty-three Seniors Make " Chosen Few " Lee Moody Frank Sims Thirty-three NMSC seniors were chosen this year to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Selec- tion was based on leadership, scholarship, and contribution to the college. To be selected for this honor, it was neces- sary for a student to be recommended by members of the faculty and approved by the Student Senate. After this, the students " names were submitted to the faculty-at-large for a vote, and the seniors receiving the most votes were named to Who ' s Who. Various revisions in the method of selecting Who ' s Who finalists will go into effect next year. Among these are the requirements that a student have at least a 2.5 honor-point ratio and belong to at least two campus organ- izations to be considered as a candidate. It is also planned that the voting faculty members have an opportunity to meet the nominees in person at a get-acquainted reception. Linda Stude Kama Kruclcenberg Kenneth Sowers •■ " If " " ' ' ' 237 f Brian Anderson Linda Randall John Bnnger Eilene Langford Larry Fortney Jan Seals Elaine Langford B« ' ??! ' r r Greg Skinner Cheryl Wilson Donna Sees Deborah Graff Robert Levy €fi a J % ' )S ( 239 -W- ' " ' O I Judy Twillman Jean Taylor Hugh Schuetz 1 Linda Miller Mary Jo McClintock Ron Sterchi Ken Clow Phyllis Mullenix Al Wilson Marcia Mossbarger SIM iZ ' ' lE- ' Mmwm «?s ■ At jflwRr mm 241 Jerry A. Abrams OUuniwa, la. Htslory. HMonCiit Socielv Roberta E. Abrams Kirksville Kflg(t l hngli hc ' lub. lov A Adim Richland, la. - Ekmo.l:.ty Educal.on. ACE. Alph;, Ph, Sigmu. SNEA. fk-m Majors Chorus. Sharon K. Addison Otlumwa. la. English Bjnd.CUinncc Choir. Orchcslrj.tt R A Keumars Ahdieh Teheran, Iran Industruil n Indusirial r Club. inicrniiiionul Club. Madhai Abduia Ahmed Tulkarm, Jordan Economics. Intcrnatianul Club. Twila Z. Albertson Kirksville Hisloo SNEA Carla R. Albrecht Florissant Elcmenlarv Educalion. ACE.. Alphj Sigma Alpha. Elem. Majors Chorus. SNEA. Rose M. Allbee Kirksville Elemcntarv Educalion. ACE. .Alpha Sigma Alpha, SNEA. Raymond K. Allen Eldon, la. Physical Educalion- Cross Coumr . K-Club. Men ' s Club. Track, Dennis A. Allgood New Sharon, la. Social Science. Historical Society. Brenda J. Anderson Cantril, la. Elementary Education. Brian A. Anderson Kirksville Business Educalion. Circle K Club. Phi Lambda Chi. Who ' s Who. Ronald E. Anderson Maywood, III. Physical Education, SNEA, Deardra J. Aniiker Webster City, la. Elemenlary Educalion, A,C-E,. Gamma Delia. SNEA, Helen V. Applegate Queen City English, Paula K. Arender Clinton Elementary Educalion. James A. Arico Florissant Physical Educalion, Alpha Phi Omega. Baseball. Foo tball. Hislorical Society. Junior Class Officer. President: Men ' s P,E. Club. Sigma Tau Gamma, Sophomore Class Officer. Vice President. Nancy L. Ashmead Edina Elemenlary Education, ACE,. Elem, Majors Chorus, SNEA, Dennis C. Augustine Grundy Center, la. Physical Education, Football. Sigma Tau Gamma. Wrestling, NMSC students kiss their cash goodbye at the Business Office. tfii JBl Vicky L. Austin Cairo History. Alpha Phi Sig- ma. Hislorical Society. Phi Alpha Thela, Ronald L. Baker Crawfordsville, Ind. History Alpha Phi Sig. ma. Collegiate 4-H Club. Historical Society, Kap- pa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Thela. SNEA. Martin Bailey New Cambria Accounting, Ronald E. Bailey Mystic, la. Business Administration Busines.s Admin, Club. f - - f V ' CLASS OF 1970 Rulh Ellen Bailey Keokuk , la. Art tducjlion ACE. An Club Larry W. Ballard Des Moines, la. DnvtT and Tr;.ilfic Safely tducaliun, Donald C. Banning Seymour, la. Business Kducjuon. Mary Jo Banla Englewood, N.J. fcltmenijr) hduLJlion. Kindergurien. A.C.E.. Alpha Phi Sigma. Dorm Council. Newman Club. Sigma kappa.SNEA. Elizabeth Early Barnes Baring Busmess bdutaiion Alpha Phi Sigma. Dorm Council. Newman Club. Pi Omega Pi. SNLA. Sludent Menior Gary L. Barnetl Kirksville Business Admmislration Business Admin. Club Sharon R. Barnett Gait Vocational Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Kappa Omicron Phi Shirley J. Barnett Bettendorf, la. Elementary Education. A.C.E.. Collegiate 4-H Club, Mary S. Bartley Fulton Ps chi)logy kappa Delta Pi. Psychology Club. Patricia A. Bates Sumner Elemenlary Education. A.C.E.. Elem. Majors Chorus. Linda K. Bauer Ottumwa, la. Elementary Education. ACE.. SNEA. Harold E. Bauswell Keokuk. la. Business Administration. Phillip W. Baxter Centerville, la. Psychology David K. Bean Madison Zoology Alpha Phi Sigma. B.S U . Pre-Os Club. Student Mentor. YES Richard L. Beard Ottawa, 111. Physical Education Student Senate. Wrestling Carla D. Beaty Russell, la. Physical Education. Who ' s Who David A. Beaty Mt. Sterling, la. Mathematics. Interfralernity Council. Phi Lambda Chi. Y E.S. Bruce F. Beaver Hannibal Mathematics- Gamma Delta, Christopher Becker St. Louis Physical Education, Rosanna Behle Elsberry Elementary Education SNEA. David R. Behn St. Louis Business Administration, Business Admin. Club. Circle K. Club. " Gary S. Belfield . . . . X K-( M Plata Agriculture, Agriculture Club. Phi Kappa Theta. ' ' June M. Bell St. Louis Elementary Education. ACE,, Art Club. Rickie L. Bell North English, la. Business Administration. Business Admin. Club. 243 CLASS OF 1970 Jean Llcanor Bender lipton. la. hicmcniarv KdutJluin. Sheila Louise Bericowiiz • ■, ' ' ' , , ' " ' - ' Engli h, KCHO Slatf, Ensli h Club. Sifnia Kappa. SNtA. Sludenl Social torn- mittcc. Index Staff. Bob Morris Bever Fort Madison. la. BuMnc .s AdmitiiMratior. Business Admin. Club. Phi Signi.i Epsilon Michael Lee Bieiic Orland Park. 111. Physical Education Phi Sifma Epsilon. Varsity Club Ronald Edward Bielinski Kirksville Business Administration. Baseball. Business Admin, Club, homball. New- man Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Varsity Club. Judy F. Billings Center English SNEA Joan Louise Binder Ayrshire, la. English. Dorm Council. English Club. Student Mentor. W.RA . Young Republicans Michael James Binning Van Wert, la. Physical Education. SNEA. Men ' s P,E Club. Wrestling. Intercollegiate. Carolyn Sue Blake Minburn, la. tlenicnurv EducJtion A C t Ronald Lawrence Blake Minburn, la. Business Adminisiraliiin Business Admin. Club. James A. Blankenship Brookfield Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club. Veteran ' s Club Charles John Blazicek St. Louis Physical Education. Baseball. Newman Club, Jimmy K. Bodine Florissant Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club. SNEA. Student Mentor. Tau Kappa Epsilon Bonnie Jean Bohn St. Louis Mathematics James Steven Bohning O ' Fallon Social Science Harry Alfred Bolton Lombard. 111. ' History Maria Ann Bond Cairo Business Education- B.S U.. Pi Omega Pi. Tressie Dean Borron Green Castle Elementary Hducalion. SNEA, Doris J. Bosharl Wayland. la. Business liducalion SNEA. Sandra Kay Bolham Jacksonville Nursing. Student Nurses Association, secretary; Army Nurse Corps Catherine Alice Bothe Old Monroe Home Economics. ColhcconCluh. SNEA, Nancy Ann Bolhe Old Monroe Elementary Education A C.E.. Collegiate 4-H Club. Elem. Majors Chorus. SNEA Donna Kay Bolts Mexico Elementary Education Elem. Majors Chorus. SNEA. Richard Keith Bowers Kirksville Zoology Band, drum major; ECHO Staff. Prc-Os Club. Pyschology Club. Sigma Zeia. vice president. 244 Francis H. Boyd, Jr. Milton. la. Phvsicul tducation Merrillyn Braasch Si. Louis Home Economics, Vei Branscom Kirksvilie Art tducalion SNEA Cathie Aynn Brauchy Brentwood NMSC coed finds it easy to study on campus grass. jW(RtJ» i :i 3iJtk liiii James Robert Breckenridge St. Charles PhvMCal tducilion Bjskclhall. Men 4 P. E. Club. Judith Margaret Brenneke Kirksvilie Business tducation Sludenl Mentor. Constance E. Brewer Cyrene Ek-meniar Education SNtA Wanda Susann Brewer Kirksvilie Speech Orjl Inlerprelers. Pre-Os Club. SNEA John Edward Bringer Palmyra Ph sic;il bducition Eoulbjll. Tri-Cuplam. Men ' s P E Club. Senior Class Oriiccr. councilmjn, jrsilv Club. Who ' s Who Daniel Craig Brooks Moravia. la. History Sludenl Senale, Councilm.in: Phi kuppj Tbel.i Janet Elaine Brown Marshalltown, la. Physicil Educ.ili.in P E M Club Roy Stanley Brown Burlington, la. History Tau Kappu Epsilon Rande Shane Bryan Mooresville Agnculluri; Ajzncullure Club, secretary. Brenda Louise Buck St. Louis Physical Education Ass of Black CoMegians, V R A Pamela Lee Buckley Kirksvilie Biology Madelyn Buckman Shelbina Business Administrjuon Business Admin. Club, ireasurer Jerry Lee Buhr Waterloo, la. Malhemulics Basketball, Varsity Club- Roger Glee Bullock Milton, la. Music Education Aeolian Club. Band. NEMO Singers. Phi Mu Alpha Patricia Ann Burch Stockport, la. Nursing Sludenl Nurses Association. Thomas E. Burg Decatur, III. Physical Education. Baseball. SNEA. Mu Epsilon Nu. Kenneth Robert Burnham Moberly Business Administralion Business Admin. Club, president Carol Lee Burrus Memphis Home Economics Colhecon Club. Larry R. Buschling Wayland Malhenijlics Pamela Kay Buschling Kahoka English Alpha Phi Sipma 245 4 Jell ' Koraknav denionstralcs his skills on the parallel bar. Danny L. Calhoun Swan, la. Physicjl Education. Men ' s P.E Club, secretary; SNEA, Sherry Calvert Bowling Green Nursing. Kappa Delta Pi. Student Nurses Ass Pamela Campbell Fairfield, la. Speech Pathology. Speech Pathology Organization, vice- pres. Dorothy Canatsey Hunnewell Art Education Art Club. SNEA. Sheridan Carley Kirksville Physical Education, K-Dcttcs. PEM Club. Modern Dance Club. Stephen Carlson Rockford, III. Physical Education Mens P E, Club. SNEA. Aubrey B. Carpenter Stoutsville Elementary Education. R.O.T.C. Stanley L. Casady Bucklin Agricullurc. Ajinculture Club. Thomas Dean Casady Unionviile Hisiory. Jerry Caseboll Nevada, la. BusinesN ' XdniiniNlralion. Argena R. Cathey Hedrick, la. Homt Economics. Colhccon Club. Dallas Michael Cathey Hedrick, la. BuMne . AdniinivtrdUDn BuNincss Admin Club. William Chaloupecky St. Louis PhyNicjt Education. Danny L. Chapman Burlington, la. Sociology. Sociology Club Duane Charles Mexico PhvMCjl Education. Inierfruicrnily Council. Sigma Tau Gamma, pres.: Stu- dent Senate. Student Mentor. Daniel Butler Bridgcton History. Oliver Butt Chicago, III. Physical Education. Mens P.E. Club, Phi Kappa Thcta. John Bybee Bridgeton Business Administration Alpha Phi Omega. Busi- ness Admin. Club. Sig- ma Tau Ciamma. .loyce JenelleCain Ollie, la. Elemenlary Education. ACE. SNEA, Roger Lavern Cain Ridgewood History- B.S U . Histori- cal Society. Interna- tional Club. SNEA- John W. Caldwell Morning Sun, la. Zoology. Alpha Phi Omega. Alpha Phi Sig- ma, vice-pres,; Blue Key. Historical Society. Interfraterniiy Council. Sigma Zeta. Tau Kappa Epsilon-sccretary. pres,: Student Union Review Board, vicc-pres. ii 246 iiikiiivl CLASS OF 1970 Stephen Chatten Kirksville General Science Pre-Dental, Mary Evelyn Childers Rulledge Elementary Education Donna L. Childress Baring Elementary Education, Linda Lou Chloupek Huntsville Sociology. Linda Christy Milan Busmess Education SNEA Carol Lynn Clark Kirksville Elementary Education. Michael Cleelon Seymour, la. EngliNh Dennis Clermont Kirkwood PhyNical Education. B.S-U . Veteran ' s Club. Wesley Foundaliun. Campus Crusade for Christ. Ken P. Clow Otlumwa, la. Mathematics K-Club. treasurer; Alpha Phi Sigma. Senior Class officer. Prosideni; SNE.A. Tau Kappa Epsilon. chaplain; Kappa Mu Epsilan. Student Union Review Board. Tennis, James Raymond Cody St. Charles Industrial Arts, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Veteran ' s Club. Marilyn Cokerham La Plata Elementary Education Band. SNEA, Michael Conner Kirksville Special Education ■ Psychology. Freshman Class officer, vice-pres.; Coun- cil for Exceptional Children. Delta Omicron Mu. Psychology Club, Veteran ' s Club. Gerald Cooper Meadville Industrial Education Industrial Arts Club, secretary, Thomas J. Cope Floris, la. Agriculture Agriculture Club. Bruce Cornwell Clinton, la. Biology Connie Cossey St. Ann Elementary Education. Vincent Costa Bayshore, N.Y. Physics-Malhemalics. College Players, Jack Dale Couchman Powersville Physical Education Men ' s P E, Club Barbara Covey Trenton Nursing- Dale D. Cox St. Anthony, la. Hi tory. Historical Society. Junior Class Officer, vicc-pres,; SNEA Teddy Lee Cox Lineville, la. Zoology, Pre-Os.Club. Paul Craig Ballwin InduslnjI Arls Induvlrial Arls Club. Phi Mu Alphu. Sigma Tuu Gammj. Slu- dcm Senalc. President Connie Crawford Polo Biulug) Joyce J. Crim Greentop Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Kappa Omicron Phi, president. Andrew J. Crist Kirksville Physical Education. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Mary Crist Kirksville Art Education An Club Terrell Crutchfield Macon Psychology Psychology Club. Wendeli Cunningham Nauvoo, III. Chemisirv. 247 Pittv J Currcll Kirksville ■ Ph» ' Mtjl tdu.alian. ' ECHO Stall. INDtX Slufl. Pern Club, W K A Allan Ray Curtis .;.••,•■ • f y ' ' ' - ' - BuMnc v AJniinivlrjlinn BuMnl: Admin Club. Clarincl ciioir Ronald Dean Curlis Centcrvillc. la. Marivs Joan Dailey -. • ' i ' ' " - ' ' ' ■ " infh.h Alph;i Phi Sipnw, Curd.n.il kc . hCHO blall. SlliniJ K.ippa. SNbA. INDEX Sull tvelyn Elizabeth Dalev Waynesville Mjlhcnulio AcolLin Club. Band. Cbnnd Choir. SNfcA. W R,A Stephen Philip Dampier Ottumwa, la. John Alan Daniels Kirksville ChcmiMr) Alpha Phi Omega, vice prcsidonl; Sigma Tau Gamma. YES.. Mu Epsilon Nu Bcltie Jo Darwenl Clark tk-mcnlar tdiicalion, A.C,h..SNbA. Frank Arthur Davey Meadville Accounling. Accounling Club. Alpha Phi Omega. Alpha Phi Sigma. BIul- Key. treasurer: Business Admin. Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon. viee president. Judith Ann Davis Lineville, la. Linda Sue Davis Kirksville NufMfig Sludcni NuFNCN As n. Marilyn J. Davis Lewislown Business tducaiton. SNEA. Victor W. Davis Kearney Physical bducalion, Sherrill Lynn DeJong New Sharon, la. BusincsC tducation College Plavcrs. Panhellenic Council. Secrelar . Sig- ma Sijima SigniJ. SNHA. Young Democrats Joseph August DeLuca St. Louis Spanish and Lalin American Sludies Alpha Phj Sigma. Newman Club, Ro- mance Language Club. Richard Lyle Demaresl Brooktieid Hisiofv Alpha Phi Sigma. ECHO Staff, sports editor: Historical Society, president; SNLA. Wesley Foundation. INDEX Staff, assistant editor and sports editor; Student Review Board James Edgar Demry Sewal, la. Business Education. Gary Allen Derby Albia, la. Physical Education Junior Class Officer, president: Tau Kappa Epsilon. Golf James Michael Derr Keokuk, la. Business Education Tennis. Sandra Sue DeVaul Wheeling Physical Education Beta Tau Delta. B S.U . PEM Club. SNEA. W R A James Leonard DeVore Seymour, la. Mathematics Band. B.S L.. Clarinet Choir, David Craig Dickerson Tipton, la. Physical Education. Historical Society. Tau Kappa Epsilon. vice president: Young Democrals. Michael J. Dickerson Ottumwa, la. History, Historicat Society. SNEA. Kaye Ditmars Greentop English and French, Alpha Phi Sigma. Cardinal Key. ECHO Staff. English Club, nee president: SNEA. Student Mentor. Donald Ray Dixon Unionville Social .Science B S-U . Historical Society. SNEA, Michael A. Dolan Kirksville Physical Education, Alpha Phi Omega. Baseball. K-Club. Phi Sigma Eps-llon, Danny Eugene Dorsey Ft. Madison, la. Business Adminisiralton Alpha Phi Omega. Business Admin Club. Inler- fratcrnity council, secretary. Junior Class Officer, vice president. Phi Sig- ma Epsilon. president: Pre-Law Club, Beverly Ann Dowell Vandalia Elementary hducalion B S V f» -fsre I .: l i WB W i:- -v. v tfUl pp mil 248 Rick L. Elkin Hedrick, la. Poiilical Science- Alpha Phi Omega, vice presi- dent; Junior Class Of- ficer, councilman: SNEA. presidenl. E S , ireas- urer. Phi Kappa Thela, secrelar , Sally Marie Ellenberger Bloomfield, la. An bduculion Alpha Phi Sigma. An Club, Student Menlor. Slu- denl Social Commillee Linda Kay Ellis Appleton City Business Education SNEA. Student Mentor, Mary Ann Emerick Algona, la. English Paul Louis Emerick Rowley, la. Biology Mary Jane Engel St. Charles Elementary Education, SNEA Jackie D. Eno Sheffield. la. Agriculture Agriculture Club William Ronald Enyeart Laclede Business Administration, Business Admin Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Two Arts Zelma Kay Dowell Chillicothe Spanish Alpha Phi Sigma. Romance Language Club, SNEA Allan Wayne Dreyer Warrenton lalhL-malii.-s.SNEA, Mima Duda Bettendorf, la. Eleinenlar Educalion. A.Ct, Elem. Majors Chorus. Newman Club SNLA. ' oung Deniocrals. William Earl Duer Hu nnewell Biologs SNEA. YES, Daniel J. Dullea Peabody, Mass. Physical Education, Agriculture Club. Collegiate 4-H Club. Newman Club. Wesley Foundation. Young Democrats, Howard L. Dusek Bensenville, III. Political Science, Tau Kappa Epsilon Dorothy M. Dwyer Silex Ho ' nie Economics. Colhecon Club. W ,R,, Eugenia M. Dwyer Sile.x Physical Education, Girls " Basketball. Cardinal Key. treasurer. REM Club, vice president, presidenl. W R A . treasurer; Girls " Volleyball. Girls ' Soltball Kathryn Louise Easley Novelty Elemenlar Educalion. AC E Gary Allen Edgington Albia, la. Business Education. Tau Kappa Epsilon Karen Marie Edgington Albia, la. Business Educalion. Sherry Lynn Eitel Kirksville History Hislorical Sociely. CLASS OF 1970 students learn the complexities of electrical circuits in the Industrial laboratory. 249 tmily Bclh Epperson Kirksvillc Speech Crnxlun Orjl Inlcrprdctv Spcvxh Path. OtsJni alion Donald R. lirikstrup Si Paul, Minn. Miihcmulics John Ronald Evans Jacksonville Elcmenl;ir Kilucihon BSD .Oral Inlcrpretcrs. SNEA. Gary F. Everman Allerlon. la. Sociiil Science Hisloncul Society, SNEA. Phillip F. Paris Downers Grove, 111. special Educaiion. College Players. Psychology Club. SCtC, Tju Kappa Epsilon. Young Republicans. Richard Lee Farley Kirksviile Business Adminisirjtion James Michael Farmer Troy HKtor Linda J. Farr Kirksviile Accouniinn:, Alpha Phi Sigma; Accounting Club, secretary-treasurer Glenn Alan Fast Kirksviile Business Admimsirjtion. Alpha Phi Omega. Business Admin. Ciub. Foot- ball, manager; Inter(raicrnit Council, treasurer; Phi Sigma Epsilon. sgt- al arms. Prc-La» Club. Young Republicans Ronald Dean Feltz St. Charles English .-Mpha Kappa Lambda. Alpha Phi Omega. James F. Ferguson Foristell Business Adminisiraiion Alpha Phi Omega. BSD. Phi Sigma Epsilon. scholarship chairman Delbert H. Fessenden Palmyra InduslrijI Aru. Helen Irene Finley Green City Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. Cardinal Key. Kappa Delia Pi. Pi Omega Pi, SNEA. Student Mentor. Wesley Foundation. Sharon L. Fisher Higbee English Larry D. Fortney Otlumwa, la. Speech. College Players, president: Oral Interpreters, vice-president; Who ' s Who Donald Wayne Fosse Brookfield Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Lambda, ROTC. Mary Anne Fosse Brookfield Home Economics. Newman Club, Colhecon Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma, treasurer Betty Jo Foudree Huntsville Business Education. Carol G. Foultz Kirksviile Business Administration. Aeolian Club. Alpha Phi Omega. Band. Business Admin. Club. Dorm Council. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Wesley Foundation Ruth A. Fouts Marceiine Speech Pathology , Speech Path, Organization. Many Students attended President Mittler ' s reception in the Fall, iiii h-i g gHJl Tana S. Fray Salisbury Elementary Education A.C.E.SNEA Carol E. Freeman Home Economics Alpha Phi Sigma. Colhecon Club. Kappa Omicron Pi. Ronald G. Frenzen Kirksviile Industrial Arts. Alpha Phi Omega. Industrial Arts Club. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Track. CLASS OF 1970 « . Elizabeth D. Fry St. Louis Eiemeniijr Education SNEA. John A. Fry Kirksville Industrial Education, Industrial Arts Club- Robert F. Fuka Cicero, 111. Physical Education. Basketball. Varsity Club. Who ' s Who, Rogena Funkenbusch Taylor Eiemenlar) Education Francine K. Fye Ollie, la. Elementar) Education. SNEA. W.R.A.. Young Republicans. Jan Ross Galey Ottumwa, la. Sociology, College Players. Pre-Law Club, president; Sociology Club. Pauletta A. Garr Ottumwa, la. Psychology. B.S.U.. sec. chairman; Collegiate 4-H Club, recorder. Psy- chology Club. Carol Jean Garris Powersville English. Charles L. Garris Mineral Ridge, Ohio Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club. Olinda Lee Gastler Florissant Music Education. Aeolian Club. Band. Cardinal Key. Clarinet Choir. College Chorus. Gamma Delta. La Musette Club- Linda K. Gaus Lewistown English SNEA Barry Michael Gentile Jennings Mathematics- Alpha Kappa Lambda: Band: Clarinet Choir: Inlerfralernitv Council, treasurer: Track. Janice M. Gentile St. Louis Special Education C EC Goldie M. Gilbert Bowling Green Art Education Art Club, vice-pres,: English Club. SNEA Michael E. Gilbert St. Louis Physical Education Baseball, captain: Varsity Club. Loretta A. Gilger Fulton History. International Club. Phi Alpha Thela. Faith Lynn Gilkerson Ottumwa, la. Elementary Education. SNEA, Joyce Ellen Gilkerson Ottumwa, la. Elementary Education Elem Majors Chorus. SNEA James P. Gingrich Clarence Agriculture Education Agriculture Club: NEMO Singers, president: Phi Mu Alpha, Celia Joyce Glaser Huntsville Elementary School Music, Aeolian Club. NEMO Singers. Larry Joe Gliem Marceline Political Science Tau Kappa Epsilon. Young Democrats- Claire Ann Glover Hannibal Physical Education, PEM Club, SNEA. WRA, Mary J. Glover Shelbyville Business Education, SNEA. Daniel Ray Goble Burlington, la. Business Administration, International Club. Phi Kappa Thela. 251 CLASS OF 1970 Ronald Lee Golick Centerville. la. Kdna Kay Gonncrman Hurdland Elcmcmarv tducalwn, SNEA. Wcsic) Foundalioti. Collcgialc 4-H C lub. Rodncv G. Good Bloomfield, la. In ' duslrial Arn, Industrial AnsClub. Richard D. Gordanicr Monroe City History, Gary Lynn Gordy Bloomfield, la. Hisior , Historical Society. SNEA. Janis A. Gorzyn.ski Chicago, III. Elementary Education. Student Social Comimllcc. Bruce M. Gosser Lancaster Business Administration. Deborah A. Graff Kirksville Nursing. Student Nurses Assn. Linda Flo Gramling Kirksville Physical tducalion PEM Club. Christine Grasdorf Fairfield, la. Elementary Education. Barbara E. Green Marceline Elementary Education Robert Gregory Roselle Park, N.J. Ck-neral Siricncc, Alpha Phi Sigma. YES. Robert R. Greve Schiller Park, 111. History. Historical Society. SNEA. Steve W. Griffin Downs, III. Physical Education, NEMO Singers. Phi Kappa Thcta Sylvia Ann Grishaber Cedar Rapids, la. An Education SNEA Robert R. Groff Bridgeton Physical Education. Football. Varsity Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. Track Jamie Ann Grosso Lexington Business Education Alpha Phi Sigma. Pi Omega Pi. Sigma Sigma Sigma. SNEA. Student Mentor. Thomas Henry Gruening Des Moines, la. Physical Education. Football. Varsity Club. Richard F. Gustafson Des Moines, la. Special Education S.C.E.C. SNEA David R. Haber Wilton, la. Englnh SYNAPSE Sla(f. Peggy A. Hack St. Louis Home Economics. Alpha Phi Sigma. Cothfcon Club. Kappa Omicron Pi. SNEA Ronald P. Hack University City Accounling. Accounting Club. Track, Young DemocraLs. Deborah Hageria Edina Flcmenlary Education Sharon F. Haley Kirksville English ?52 Pt»r » WWft ' WR SfSMW Ralph James Halferty Derby, la. Social Science John Allen Halley Centerville. la. Political Science Young Democrals. Elizabeth Susan Halter Milan An Education, Art Club. SNEA. Student Mentor. Larry Kent Hammerbacher Raytown Phy.sical Education- Bas- ketball. K-Club. Track. Coexistence of hippie and soldier is the theme of the Alpha Sigma Alpha Homecoming float. Profiles in Patriotism. Joyce Ann Hanna Mexico Elementary Education ACE. College Players. Oral Interpreters. SNEA Sharon S. Harley Moberly Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Sigma Kappa. SNEA. Deanna Sue Harris Unionville Music Education Aeolian Club. Band. Orchestra. Wesley Foundation. Col- lege Chorus Judy Ann Harris Salisbury Homemaking. Colhecon Club. ECHO Slalf. Young Democrals. INDEX Stall. Sandra Kay Harrison St. Peters Elementary Education, ACE. Band. Clarinet Choir, Elementary Education MajorsChorus. SNEA Stephen Paul Harrison Revere Business Administration Phi Sigma Epsilon, Margaret Lois Hartley Bethany Elementary Education Carol Dean Hartsock Novelty Business Education SNEA- Sharon Louise Hartweg Carthage, III. Elementary Education, Keith LeRoy Hartweg Carthage, 111. Industrial Education Industrial Arts Club- Karen Louise Hassell Burlington, la. Speech Pathology SNEA. Speech Pathology Organization. Cheryl Ann Hawkins Novinger Business Education Alpha Phi Sigma. Pi Omega Pi. SNEA Jannis Kay Hayes Kirksviile Physical Education, William Leo Hayes Stoutsville Political Science Pre-Law Club. Young Democrats, Linda Jeanne Hearst St. Louis Elementary Education Martha Alliene Hedgecock Centerville, la. Elementary Education ACE,. Elementary Education Majors Chorus. SNEA Carol Ann Helenthal Hamilton. 111. Elementary Education, A C.E,. Elementary Education Majors Chorus. SNEA John Raymond Helfrich Mehlville Business Administration Alpha Kappa Lambda. Business Admin. Club Lorren D. Helton Leon, la. Mathematics. Dennis Ronald Hendren La Plata Physics Circle KCIub. 253 The physical education department program included such sports archery. CLASS OF 1970 Sieve B. Hilkowitz Philadelphia, Pa. Political Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, Business Adminisiration Club, College Players, Debate, Historical Society. Homecoming Comniiiiec. Phi Kappa Delta. Pre-Lau Club, presidenl; Student Mentor, Student Review Board, Y.ES.. Young Republicans, president. Steven Charles Hilton New Virginia, la. Business Adminisiration. Business Administration Club. Interfraternity Council. NEMO Singers. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Wesley Foundation, Brenda Joyce Hines St. Louis French. Association of Black Collegians. Alpha Phi Sigma. Delta Sigma Thela. NEMO Singers Pamela Jane Hinman O Fallon Elementary Education. Elcm. Majors Chorus, NEMO Singers, Sigma Sigma Sigma Brenda Joyce Hinton Moberly Elementary Education, Assn. of Black Collegians, A.C.E., Delta Sigma Theta. secretary, Gary Alien Hinze Kirksville Art hduciilion An Club. Linda Hixenbaugh Cedar Rapids, la. Physical Educalion, PEM Club. SNEA. W,R A Lonnie William Holder Madison Social Science Hishincal SocR-ly. Phi Lambda Chi. Harry J. Holderieath Bethel Business Education. Alpha Phi Omega. Pi Omega Pi. SNEA, Deborah Jane Hols Farmington. la. Elementary Education ACE Stephen Allan Holt Bloomfield, la. Zoology. Prc-Os Club, vicc-prcstdcnt; Sigma Tau Gamma, Sociology Club. Christine Holthaus St. Louis German Band. Gamma Delta, publicity chairman; SNEA Holly Ellen Hendriks Muscatine, la. Elcnicnlarv Education. A.CE.SNEA Sharlene Lucille Henkle Centerville, la. Nursing. Student Nurses Assn., W R A Ken Joseph Heppcrmann Troy Agriculture. Agriculture Club: Phi Lambda Chi. treasurer Linda Hervey Agency, la. Elementary Education James Joseph Hessel Florrissant Physical Education. James William Hevener Philadelphia, Pa, History, Alpha Kappa Charles Higgins Burlington, la. History, Robert Wayne Higgins Keokuk, la. Phyiiics. f% i . 1 254 Ronnie Lloyd Holtsman Louisiana Business Administration Sandra Kay Hoover Centerville, la. Business Educiition, James Bernard Hopfauf Mundelein, 111. Physical Education Cross Country. PEM Club. Track, Varsity Club Ronald Alan Hopphan Walcott, la. Business Administration, Business Admin Club, Historical Club. SNEA. Tau Kappa Epsilon, treasurer Linda Lee Horton Bay Shore, N.Y. Physical Education, PEM Club, SNEA. W,R.A. Norman Harold Houser Marceline Social Science Jesse F. Howard, Jr Springfield, 111. Pre-Osleopathy, Joan Ellen Hudgel Fairfield, la. Business Education, SNEA, Wesley Foundation. W.R.A. Stephen M. Hull Kirksville Business Administration, Business Admin Club, Veteran ' s Club, secretary, Mary Jo Hulse Center English English Club, SNEA, Mary Anna Hummel Kirksville Elementary Education, Newman Club, Oran Brett Hutchison Moulton, la. Business Administration, Business Admin, Club. Dorm Council Gene Edward Hyde Clinton, la. Physical Education Regina Hyland Des Moines, la. An tducation Judith Ann Ingerson Marceline Special Education, ACE,, Band, SCEC Sigma Kappa, SNEA Gary Lowell Irwin Batavia, la. Agriculture, Agriculture Club, Janna Lee Itschner Perry English English Club, SNEA. Young Republicans, Carla Kay Jackson Fulton English, ECHO staff, English Club. INDEX staff. Psychology Club. SNEA, Student Social Committee, Student Union Board. SYNAPSE staff. Young Democrats, Martha Lee Jackson Hannibal Physical Education WRA, Michael Keith Jaffe Evanston, 111. Physical Education, Golf. Men ' s P,E, Club. Wrestling, Art Wayne James Shelbina Mii[nemalii.s Inlerfrjiernily Council. Phi Kappa Theta. SNEA. Y.E.S . Young Republicans. Barbara Inez Jenkins Kirkwood Elementary Education. Assn. of Black Collegians. Delta Sigma Theta. Pan- hellenic Council Christopher Jepson Kirksville History Anne E. Jerome Kirksville Physical Education, PEM Club, W,R,A, Clinton Stephen Jerome Eureka Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. Joyce Ann Jobe Trenton History Historical Society, SNEA, Earl Edward Johnson Lacona, la. Psychology, Philosophy Club. Psychology Club. SCEC. SNEA. Young Republicans, Jessie Louise Johnson Ewing Elementary Education, 255 Margaret M. Johnson Bloomfield, la. felein«ntJr) bducjiion, Morris O. Johnson Defiance Physiol tduoiilion. Phi Kappa Thcla. Senlinel Patricia Harl Johnson Perry itiduMrial Aris Imluvirul ArtNClub Regina Ann Johnson Bloomfield, la. Terry .Mien Johnson Monlezuma, la. Afznculluie. Steven Dean Johnslon Ballwin Social Science, Cheryl Ann Jones Clarence Business Education. .Alpha Phi Sigma. SNEA. Sludcnl Mcnlor. Young Demo- crats. Derrv Diana Jones Mercer ' Physical Education Beta Tau Delta. Delta Zeta. vice-president; K-Dettes. treasurer: Panhcllenic Council. PEM club. SNEA, Student Mentor. Student Social committee. WR A. Young Republicans. Larry Dale Jones Wh eeling ' Business Education. B S.U.. President, vice-president; Collegiate 4-H. President, vice-president; SNEA. Young Republican. Stanley Aaron Jones St. Louis Historv. Assn. of Black Collegians, Band. Circle K club, treasurer; Inter- fraternilv Council, secretary; Kappa Alpha Psi, President. William Eugene Jones Van Wert, la. Political Science William Edwin Jones Farber General Science. SNEA. Y E.S., NSTA. Susan M. Joyce Medford, N.Y. Art Education Art club Ronda Rae Judd Lancaster Elcmen[ar Education. A-CE,. Alpha Sigma Alpha. Assn for Childhood. K- Dettes, SNEA. N oung Democrats. Mary L. Jurgenson Clinton, la. EIemcntar Education ECHO staff. SNEA. Stephan Franklin Jurkins Springfield, III. Physical Education Basketball, Football, Varsity club. George Kalela Jr Calumet City, 111. Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega. Business Admin, ctub, football. Varsii club. Tau Kappa Epsilon, David L, Kapfer Milton, la. Physical Education. Sigma Tau Gamma. Beverly C. Kearse Glenwood Physical Education, PEM club, publicity chairman. W R.A Madonna Anne Kedro St. Louis Home Economics. Colhecon. Carolyn Ann Keith Middletown, N.J. Elementary Education. Sociology Club. Sue Ellen Keith Spickard Business Education. ACE, SNEA John Raymond Kelsick Kirksville Business Administration. Linda .M. Kemner Hawarden, la. Sociology. Gamma Delta. SNEA. Sociology Club. Linda Jo Kendall Fort Madison, la. Elementary Education, Nancy Marie Kiefer Gorin Physical Education. College Ushers. Dorm Council, PEM Club. SNEA. W R.A . Young Democrats, Stephen Edward Kilcoyne Mexico Social Science Hisioric;il Society. SNEA. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Hideaki Kinoshiia Japan Economics. Business Administration Club. International Club, 256 f p f ' ; y t 1 i . i Kirksville Home Economics, Col- hecon Club. Kappa Omi- cron Pi Lawrence A. Lamberson Louisiana Business AdminiNtraliun, Agriculture Club. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Alpha Phi Omega. Business Administration Club. Dorm Council. ECHO Staff, Layout Editor. IN- DEX Staff. Newman Club. Student Social Committee. Student Union Board. Young Democrats. Marilyn Lampton Hannibal Elemenlury Education. Association For Child- hood. SNEA. Beverly Lancaster Des Moines Elemenlary Education SNEA, Cynthia Landis Kirksville Elementar Education A.CE,. College Ushers, Delia Zeta, Vice Presi- denl. ECHO Slalf, Junior Class Officer, Secretary, SNEA, Eilene Kay Langford Jamesport Mathematics, Alpha Phi Sigma, BS,LI,, Cardinal Key, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, Studcnl Mentor, Kappa Mu Epsilon Elaine Fay Langford Jamesport Mathematics Alpha Phi Sigma, B S,U-, Cardinal Key. Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, Student Mentor, Kappa Mu Epsilon John Langhammer Atlanta Business Administration Business Admin, Club, Young Democrats. Gregory Paul Kirk Exira, la. Accounting, Accounting Club, James Crayton Kirks Montgomery City Mathematics Circle K Club. SNE, , Wesley Foundation, Charles Edward Kitzman Deep River, la. Accounting Loren Richard Klahs Providence, R.L Sociology. Psychology College Players. A.CE. Historical Society, Inter- national Club. Newman Club. Philosophy Club. Pre-Law Club. Romance Language Club, SNEA, Sociology Club, Y.E.S., Young Republicans. Jeffrey Mannard Koerner Cleveland, Oh. Zoology College Players. Pre-Os Club. Veterans Club Brenda Sue Kolkmeier St. Charles Music Education. Aeolian Club, Band. Clarinet Choir. NEMO Singers. Anthony P. Konski III Penndel, Pa. Physical Education Men ' s Physical Education Club. Newman Club. Student Mentor. Student Social Committee. Young Democrats. Sociology Club. George William Koontz Memphis Industrial Arts. Phi Lambda Chi. Songsri Kraturerk Thailand Elementary Education. Iniernalional Club Kama Kaye Kruckenberg East Moline, III. Nursmg. Band, Dorm Council. Senior Class Officer. Councilwoman. Student Senate. Student Nurses Association. W.R.A. Dean John Kurtz Brighton. la. Music Education. Thomas Edward Lains Overland Chemistry, CLASS OF 1970 Winning the Humor prize for decorated door competition in Ryle Hall, a recreation of Schultz Classics. 257 Sharon R. I ang Kirksvillc Ph)MC.ilhducJli..n PLMCIub. « R A Patricia Ann Latimer F ' almyra Mdlhriiuhcs SNt- Glenda Mary Laucr Montgomery City t.rglish. Alpha Sigma Tau. vice prcsidcm: hCHO Slalf, English C ' liilv SNI A, Young Kcpubtiain . Student Review Bujrd. Craig Alan Lauser Ccntervillc. la. " Polnk ' iil Science Alphj Kappa Lambda. .lulieiic M. Lauvao Pago Pago, Samoa StKioloj!), Intcrnaiti n.il Clob Franklin Stewart Layland, Jr Exira. la. InduMrlal Arts. Induslnar Arts Club. Phi Lambda Chi Gerald Wayne Lealh Moberly lndu tn.il .Arts Tau Kappa tpsilon. Ronald Wayne Lea er Argyle. la. . ctounling. Alpha Phi Sigma. Blue Kc). president: Cirele K Club, nee presi- dent; Aeeounting Club, vice president. Robert Michael Ledford Unionville Social Science. Phi kappa Thela, Nancy Colene Leeser La Grange Art, Art Club. Dorm Council. INDEX Stall Thomas J. Leibowitz Wyncote, Pa. Historv. Young Republicans. Charlene Kay Leitman Wentzville Home Economics Colhecon Club. Robert F. Lemon Burlington, la. Histor , Alpha Phi Sigmj. Historical Sociely. Phi Alpha Thcla. SNEA Mary Ellen Levi Saddle Brook, N.J. Elemeniar Educalion, Billy Joe Lewis Brookfield Industrial Educalion Alpha Kappa Lambda. Band. Industrial Arts Club. Tommy M. Lewis Eolia History. William Junior Lewis Lancaster Malhematics, Pi Kappa Alpha. Linda Diane Lewiston Montrose, la. Elementar Educalion Association for Childhood Educalion. Elemenlary Majors Chorus. SNEA, Michael D. Lewton Hannibal Social Science. Circle K Club-vice presidenl. Phi Lambda Chi. Sharon Ida Lewton Wright City Home Economics. Colhecon Club, secretary. CLASS OF 1970 Senior John Remsbecker tests his talent at billiards in the Student games room. ii iii Union Greg A. Life Cedar, la History Leslie David Lindholm Joliet, 111 Physical Education, k Club. Men ' s Physica Education Club. Penny A. Lindquist Greentop An. Pre-Law Club. SNEA. Thomas Eugene Linhardt Powersviile Zoology. V E.S II . ■■■• » Leon Melvin Lintz Washinelon, la. Physical EdutJlion Newman Club " Dennis M. Littrell New Cambria Social Scjcnce. Michael R. Lock Berkeley Physical Educalion. Baseball-lntercollegiale, Foolball-lnlcrcullegiale. Inler- fralcrnily Council. Men " s Physical Educalion Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon- vice president. Marsha Loeffler Stockport, la. Elcmenlary Education- Associalion for Childhood Educalion. SNEA. Bernie J. Loft Clarence Industrial Arls. Industrial Arls Club, Thomas Edward Logan Sedalia Physical Educalion Cross Counlry, Iniercollegiaic: K-Club. Men ' s Physical Education Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. Student Mcnior, Track. Intercollegiate. Dennis Wayne Long Mount Pleasant, la. Sociology. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Mary Sue Long Keokuk, la. Spanish. ECHO Staff. SNEA, Spanish Club. William David Long Armstrong Industrial Arts. Terry Alan Loose Arlington Heights, III. Business Adminislralion. Aeolian Club. Band. Business Adminislralion Club. Brass Choir, Orchestra. Phi Mu Alpha, treasurer James Edward Lorence Ottumwa, la. History Historical Society. SNEA. Richard Lee Lorenzen Cedar Rapids, la. Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon Gerald E. Lund Kirkwood Business Administration International Club. Leroy S. Lutu Fagatogo, Samoa Business Administration. International Club. Janice K. Lyman Macon .Sociology Bruce MacArthur Clinton, la. History, Historical Society. S.N-E.A.. Young Republicans. Ronald D. Mack Hannibal Fernando MacKenzie Colombia, S.A. Business Administration. Ronald C. Mahannah North English, la. Business Administration Business Admm Club Micheleen A. Maher Davenport, la. Sociology. Historical Society Catherine A. Mahoney Atlanta An. Alpha Phi Sigma. An Club. SNEA, Student Mentor Michael W. Mahoney Unionville Chemistry Walter J. Malins Crete, III. Physical Educalioil Alpha Phi Omega. Foolball. SNEA. Tau kappa Epsilon. Geneta K. Maloney Macon Business Education. SNEA. John R. Malvin Collinsville, 111. Music Connie Jo Mansfield Palmyra Elementary Education. Assn. of Black Collegians. Assn. for Childhood Ed.. SNEA. Harold J. Mansfield Kansas City Industrial Arts Assn. of Black Collegians. Kappa Alpha Psi Marilyn S. Martin Ottumwa, la. Psychology Psychology Club 259 CLASS OF 1970 Harold Daniel Malkin Macon Socioliip Alpha Ph. SifniJ. Historical Socicly, Newman cUib Luther A. Maufas -St. Louis PhjOcal Kducalion. Assn o( Black Collegians. Kappa Alpha Psi, Vcleran s club Richard Francis Mayer Monroe City Business Admmislrahon Business Admin. Club. Lois Carol Mayes Kansas City. Kansas Elcmeniars tducalion. Gordon Lee Mayfield Kirivsville Hisiory Misiorical Si)Ciet , Shirley Louise Mayfield Gall Home tconomics Colhecon club. SNEA, Michael McChesney Wapello, Iowa Business Admirnslratmn Busmcss Admin, dub. Young Republicans. David A. McClendon Kirksville Physical Education- Assn, of Black Collegians, Kappa Alpha Psi, Veterans club. Mary Jo McClintock Yetter, Iowa Physical Kducalion, Beta Tau Delta, treasurer; PEM club. Student Senate, councilwonian: W.R A Alvin L. McConnell Leonard Industrial Arts. Gcorgie Fay McCurdy Vandalia Histor Hisiorical Sociel . SNEA Alice Jane McEwen Des Moines, Iowa Nursing Delia Zcta. corresponding secrtlary; Student Menior. Sludenl Nurses Assn.. recording secretary. President. Larry McGlaughlin Schiller Park, Illinois Industrial Arts Football, Varsity club. Judy Kay Mcintosh Mt. Sterling, Iowa Art An club, senior class officer, secretary. Gary Edward McKiddy Bridgeton Political Science Colleite Players, Oral Interpreters, SNEA Sharon K. McKie Hedrick, Iowa Music Education. Aeolian club. Band, Orchestra, Student Menior Stuart Allen McMains Bloomfield, Iowa Biology. SNEA, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Janet Diane McMein Kansas City Business Education. SNEA Margaret Kay McNabb Green City Home Economics. Cardinal Key. Colhecon club, social chairman; Kappa Omicron Phi. vice-president. Kappa Delta Pi, Carol Kay McNeil Preston, Iowa Physical Education PEM club. SNEA, W R A Bruce Lee McQuillen Tipton, Iowa Special Education. S C F. C President, Tau Kappa tpsiton William James Means Iowa City, Iowa History Phi Lambda Chi Martha Ann Meek Mexico Physical Education Alpha Sigma Tau, Panhcllenic Council, PEM club, SNEA Joyce R. Mertens Hinsdale, Illinois Physical Education. ' — e A. £60 Carolyn Sue Mettes Shelbyville Physical hducjlion PEM cluh, W R A Larry Lee Miller Memphis Industrial Arts Indus- trial Arts club. Linda M. Miller Kirksville Malhetnatics. SNEA. Alpha Phi Sigma. Car- dinal kc . Student Men- tor. Student Review Board. Kappa Mu Epsi- Warren Lee Miller Bevier Accounting Accounting Which way will they go? ' The annua! sorority yell in. Marsha L. Mills Fulton Art Education An club, treasurer; Kappa Delta Pi. Synapse. Lawrence Jon Minnis Morning Sun, Iowa Business Administration Business Admin club. Lawrence F. Mish Avon. New Jersey History. Baseball. Golf Linda Ellen Mitchell Brooklyn, Iowa Sociology .Alpha Sigma Tau. Gary Michael Mock Bettendorf, Iowa Physical Education Mens P E Club Stanley David Mohr Memphis English English club. SNEA Robert Joseph Molina St. Louis Spanish Education, interfraternity Council. President: International club. Romance Language club, Sigma Tau Gamma. Spanish club Kenneth A. Mollet Vandalia Accounling Willa Mollet Center SolijI Science Lee Willard Moody St. Louis Speech Pathology, College Players. Oral Interpreters. President; B.S.U,. treasurer; Assn. of Black Collegians. Omega Psi Phi. President. Claudia Moore Huntsville Elementary Education David Merle Moore Kahoka Induslrul Arts Alpha Phi Sigma. B S.U.. Circle K club, secretary: Indus- trial Arts club. SNEA- John William Moore Rock Island, Illinois Elcmenlary Music Education. Assn. of Black Collegians. Wesley Eoundalion, Roger Floyd Moore Mexico Business Adminisl ration. Business Admin, club. Pre- Law club. Young Democrats. Beverly Lynn Morgan Bioomfield, Iowa Histor), Historical Society, Dennis Paul Morris Kirksville Zoology Kenneth Lee Morris New Cambria Industrial Arts Stephen John Morris Rathbun, Iowa Business Admimslralion Patrick Michael Morrissey Overland Elementary Education AC t, Newman Club. SNEA. Mark Anthony Morrow Ottumwa, Iowa History. Alpha Phi Omega, Interfraternity Council, Newman club. Phi Kappa Thcla. President: Senior class representative. Tennis, 261 Charts aid instructor ' s explanation of confidence evaluation. CLASS OF 1970 David A. Murray Paramus, N.J. Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega. Psychology Club. Linda M. Murray Cedar Rapids, la. Elementary Education. A.C.E.. College Players, Newman Club, SNEA. Beverly K. Myers Snyder History. Alpha Phi Sigma, Collegiate 4-H Club, Historical Society, Phi Al- pha Theta, SNEA. Timothy J. Myers Cedar Rapids, la. History. Historical Society, Romance Language Club. Wesley Foundation, Young Democrats. Bruce E. Nadler St. Louis Philosophy. Religion. College Players. English Club. International Club, Philosophy Club, Romance Language Club. Jacquelyn Neese Rutledge Elementary Education. George A. Neff Marion, la. industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club. SNEA. Lois E. Neighbors Unionville Physical Education. P.E.M, Club, SNEA. Student Social Committee, W.R.A. Janet L. Neill Mexico Speech Pathology. S.C,E,C . SNEA. Speech Path. Organization, Young Demo- crats, James E. Nelson Bonaparte, la. Social Science Nancy A. Nelson Whcaton, la. Special Education. S.C E,C John S. Newberry Troy Zoology. Phi Lambda Chi, Richard Morrow Seymour, la. Social Science. Marcia F. Mossbarger Brookfield Physical I ducjtion Al- pha Sigma Alpha. Cheer- leader. K-Dctlcs. Pan- hcllcnic Council. P. EM Club. SNEA, Sophomore Class Officer. Marilyn G. Mote Kirksville Home Economics Edu- calion, Colhccon Club. Kappa Omicron Pi Marcia D, Mottet Ottumwa, la. Physical Education Del- la Zela, PE.M Club, SNEA, Student Mentor, W R A Mary C, Moyer Kirksville Social Science. Michael H. Moylan West Liberty, la. 262 Ned W. Newkirk Macon Industrial Kdiicaliiin Industrial Arts Club- Verona J. Nichols Kirksville History. Pill Alpha Thela. James B. Nicholson Norwalk, la. Historv Histtincal Socrely. SNEA. Wesle Foundalion. Dean T. Nickens Overland Sociotogv Alpha Kappa Lambda. Sludenl Senate. Councilman Roger W. Nimmo Monroe, la. Physical tducaiion Tau Kappa Epsilon, Cynthia D. Nishomolo St. Ann Art. Art Club. International Cluh. Kathy S. Noel Paris Accounting. Alpha Phi Sigma, Accounting Club. Diane Norris Montgomery City English Kdutalion. English Club, SNEA. Raymond H. Norris Wellsville Botany Y t S. Gerald W. Northcutt New London Business Education, Alpha Phi Omega, Business Admin, Club, Gamma Delta, Pre-Law Club, Student Senate Student Social Commillee. Beta Sigma Psi, Student Union Board, ' oung Republicans. Robert Nunez, Jr Rockford, III. Physical Education. Wrestling Capitola J. Oakley Chariton, la. Sociology Sociology Club Daniel L. O ' Conneil East St. Louis, 111. Accounting. Accounting Club. Alpha Phi Sigma, Basketball. Blue Key, Var- sity Club- Joseph E. O ' Donnell Edina Geography David Lee Ollar Florissant Business Admmistralion Business .Admin. Club. Veterans Club, Judith Ann Omer Quincy, III. English. Sigma Kappa. SNEA Linda L. Ordelheide Warrenton Mathematics. SNEA- Philip Ordonio Kirksville Social Science International Club. Donald E. Orf Canton History- Historical Society. Newman Club. Sociology Club. Pre-Law Club. SNEA. Young Republicans Patrick M. O ' Rourke Parneli. la. Mathematics, kappa Mu Epsilon. Newman Club. Gary E. Osbourne Monroe City Business Administration. Business Admin. Club. Emma J. Paisley Columbus Junction, la. Physical Education. P.E.M. Club, SNEA, W.R.A. Bertha J. Palmer Granger Elementary Education, David J. Panther Iowa City, la. Business Administration. Business Admin. Club. Interfraterniiy Council. Newman Club. Phi Kappa Thela. Elizabeth M. Payton Novinger Music Saundra K. Pearson Raytown Nursing. NtMOSingers. Amalie B. Perales Hannibal Speech and Drama Education, Aeolian Club. College Players. Oral Inter- preters. Sigma Sigma Sigma. SNEA. Kathryn A. Perdue Ottumwa, la. History oung Democrats 263 Gary Lee Peterson Kirksville PhiMCjl lilutaiion Mtn Phy hd Club. Phi Sigma Kpsilon. SNtA Steven LeRoy Peterson Mediapolis, la. Hu iiicNN AdminiNtrdhon BuMncs Admin ( luh Su ette Ka Peltet Oltumwa, la. t-li:n)cntar hducition Tom G. Phillips Chillicothe SucijI Science V illiani Ho ard Pickle Me.xico t hcniislrj Howard Hric-John Pierson Kirksville Mjihctnjiic James Albert Pinson Edina Atfriculturc Fontaine C. Piper Staten Island, NY Ph) i«;al tducalion. Mcn Ph A. bd Club. Alphj Phi Siemj. Foulbdll, Ten- nis. Who ' s Who. Ronald Dale Pipes Kirksville PhikKi ph Philosophy Club. Sigmu Tau Ciamma. Sludcnl Mentor Elizabeth Kay Pitts Moberly hlciiienljr hducation. A.C L . Siuma Kjppu. SNKA. Roger Platz La Grange Accounting. Ronald Mark Plum Lovilia, la. Business Iducilinn Pi Omeitj Pi Joe Poinde.xter Denver, Colo. Business Adniinisiration, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Varsity Cluh, Wrestling Larry Alan Pollard Palmyra Mathematics John Edward Price Nauvoo, III. Physical Iducaluin, Roger Lee Probasco Unionville Physical bducation Larry E. Pullins Wayland Industrial l-.ducation. Industrial Arts Club, secretary, William Pyszka Belvidere, III. Rtfcrcalion Voung Dcmocrais. Karia Quanstrom Davenport, la. An Art Club James R. Ragland Edina Business Administration. Business Admin Club. NesvmanClub. Linda Randell Donnellson, la. Klemcntary Kducation. A.C.L-. Alpha Phi Sigma. Colhecon Club. College Ushers. Homecoming Queen. 1968-69. Sigma Sigma Sigma. SNEA. Student Mentor Judy Randolph Florissant Business hducation. Alpha Sigma Alpha, treasurer; K-Dctles. Pi Omeca Pi. SNEA.W RA. Young Republicans Darrell Ratliff LaPlata Businc Adminislraliun. Bumocss Admin Cttib. Terry Rau Webster Grove PhvMcal Kducaliun. [oolhall Terry Dean Ray Marshallton, la. Phssital Education Baseball. Mens Ph)s Ed. Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Donna Reece Kirkwood NurMn Sludeni Nur c-. A n,. Y-K.S. Patricia Reilly Englewood, N.J. English, Echo Stall. English Club. Junior Class Olliter. Councilwoman. Synapse. Manag Ed Dianne Reinker Eisberry Business Lducjiiun. Dorm Council. C otinctiwoman: SNbA. O Q o 264 James Robertson Hannibal Business Adminislralion Bund. Business Admin. Club Lyle Robertson Cantril, la. An Educdlion Sigma Tau Gamma Pamela Robertson Marceline Arl tducalion Art Club. Carolene Robinson Waukegan, III. Nursing Sludenl Nurses Stanley Robinson Waukegan, III. Psycholog NtMO Singers William Ma.x Rockwell Hannibal ness Education. Omega Pi. Allen Renaud Nantucket, Mass. Physical Education. Phi Kappa Thcta. SNEA Arthur Renstrom Martinsburg Mathematics SNEA Richard Reynolds Chillicothe Sociology Blue Key. Sociology Club, president Severely Richardson . . . Monroe City Special Education Cardinal Key. Sigma Sigma Sigma. Senior Class Officer. Councilwoman: S C.E.C.. Student Senate, Student Union Board. Ethel Richardson Newton English Neta Richardson Lucerne Business Education Alpha Phi Sigma. Pi Omega Pi Vincent Rider Farmington, la. Social Science Larry Rigdon Kirksville Accounting Alpha Phi Omega, Alumni Sec . Alpha Phi Sigma; Baseball. Blue Key. Corr Sec . Co-ed Blue Key Directory; Business Admin Club. Kappa Delta Pi. Phi Sigma Epsilon. treasurer. Cor Sec; Accounting Club. pres.. Connee Riley Kirksville Business Education, Pi Omega Pi. SNEA Mary Margaret Risse Kirksville English. English Club Marilyn Robbins Kirksville Speech Pathology Delberl Roberts Yarmouth. la. EltmenlLiry Educulion. Veterjn ' s Club. CLASS OF 1970 Friday afternoon brings smiles and plans for weekend activities. 265 Ke in D Ro hr _ • .Louis na rnr. Oiiumwa, la. - " ' .: Tn. Don. Commcit. NEMO Si fcv. Roben . Rose Burlington. la. Eaft taflidt Cl«( . Oral Is-etpnseiv P«» K rn Tltaz Howard Rosenblulh Fresh Meadows. N.Y Pt;«a: EdKUOiv Bt»dul. Ma - ?k td Ctab. M« Epatoo Nm. Varat CMl Samuel C. Ross . Memphis James G. Roth Palmyra Richard J. Roiher, Jr - ' " " Fkrskai EdKUJOK. Cross TMas--?. Jt ' KV C.iis Mii-.2!l. Mess Pins. tiL Oeb.. Snaa Tan GmEi . Tnd Virs « Ou Vicki Rouler Traer. la. Deiira S. Rouse Versailles John K. Ruggeberg DeWiti. la. Htoon EAxxtioa. Htaofsal Sodot. SigBi Tic Gjusma. SNEA. Thomas O. Rusert Hamburg. N.Y. Speecg aad Drama E d w Jtf i M Oral Imgpraers. preadjc:: SVE . Susan C. Sacco Centerville. la. Ekt7 flar Ertneatirm- SNEA Janet C. Sasaser Elmer N..7S1M- SNEA James G. Sahaida Florissant Ps;c4 ok)e Kenneth R. Salsman Hannibal SocuJ Scxacc. YouK Desioaau. Mar J. Saltsgaver Brunswick ' 34ahenaucs. Alpka Fte Siefloa. Kappa Ddia Pl SNEA. kappa Mu Ep iik a. Anne M. Sanderson Hartsburg Eaejiib. CoOeziale 4-H Club. ucaMrCT; Eagusil Clob. RosnaKx Lafieuaec ail. Stephen N. Sanfilippo Ridge, N.Y. Hiaoo Alpka Fbi Sigta. Bhc Kn. Hisioncal Soocn. Pbi " Xlpba Tsoa. Yosaig D nnorr ats. Gloria Sangeorge Hackensack, N.J. n EAxaLkra n Osb, Dehz Zaa Benny P. Sannicoles Guam ' Pkv-sical EAmcsbom. iKsnouoaal CIsb r iiiii Reflections of tbe present: ghost of the past - has the old College returned? James L. Saucier Kirksville pond BL:sinev Admiaislralion. Carol A. Sawmiller Park Forest, 111. AC E.SNEA. Sue A. Schaffer Eisberry Virgie .M . Scharn Harris Ekmenurv Exlucalion. SNEA. CLASS OF 1970 Jiifi iiii o t: » ' A v iiilii David C. Scheihing Wapello. la. Music Edu ;ation. Aeotian Club. Band. Brass Choir Kristin F. Schick Davenport. la. Elementary Education. ACE. David L. Schmidt .Atalissa. la. Business Administration- Charles A. Schneider Salisbury Business Adminisiraiion. Newman Club. Diana C. Schowe Warrenton Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. SNEA. reporter; second vice president. Allan J. Schreck Nassau. N.Y. Historv. Interfraiernii Council. Sierra Tau Gamma. Student Mentor. Student Social Ccmmitiee. Hugh A. Shuetz Kirksville Pre-Osteopathy-Zooloav. Alpha Phi Omega. ECHO Staff. Pre-Os Club. Sig- ma Tau Gamma, Student Mentor. Who ' s Who. Frederick D. Schuienberg St. Louis ZooIog . .Mpha Phi Sigma. Baseball. SNE.A. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Varsit Club. Nolan L. Schwada Clarence Music Education. Aeolian Club. Alpha Phi Sigma. Band, president. Brass Choir, Phi Mu Alpha. W esley Fotindation. Steven L. Schweizer Burlington. la. History. Alpha Phi Omega. Dorm Council. Historical Soaeiv. Interfratemit Council. Mu Epsilon Nu. president: Sigma Tau Gamma. Student Union Board. special events committee chairman Gary R. Scott Bloomfield. la. Agriculture. Larry M. Scott Blairsburg. la. An. An Club, B S U . Circle K Club. SNE.A. Young Democrats. Janet M. Seals Triplett Physical Education. .Alpha Sigma .Alpha, College Ushers. K-Dettes, PEM Club. SNEA- W.R.A- Donna K. Sees Kirksville Elementary Education. .Alpha Phi Sigma. Cardinal Key. College Lshers. kappa Delta Pi, treasurer Panhellenic Council, Senior Class Olt ' icer, Treasurer Sigma kappa. Who " ?. W ho. Beverly S. Seibert Oskaloosa. la. History, Alpha Phi Sigma. Historical Society. Phi Alpha Theta, SNE.A, Venasio P. Sele Samoa Speech International Club, Oral Interpreters. Karen A. Seroka .... 4-[ Florissant Physical Education. .Alpha Phi Sigma, Delta Zcta. k-Deiles. Ne»man Club. PEM Club, SNE.A, Student Mentor, » R .A. Henry S. Sesepasara Samoa " General Science. Intemalional Club. Newman Club. Phi Kappa Theta, Y.E.S Jovce C. Sevits Kirksville Speech Pathology INDE, Editor. ECHO Staff, English Club, Sigma Kappa, Speech Pathology Organuation, Student Mentor, Student Social Committee. Nadereh M, Shaghafi Iran Business Education. Henry W. Shebitz Levitiown, N.V. English. ECHO Staff. INDEX Slaff. Sigma Tau Gamma. Synapse. Robert L. Sheesley Oskaloosa, la. Political Science. Historical Society. SNE.A- Linda J. Sheets Ollie. la. EIcmentar Education. Craig J. Shellady Iowa City. la. An Education. .Art Club. SNE.A. 267 CLASS OF 1970 Jern C. Shdlon Unionville Sle kart Edwards Shepard . Mysiic. !a. Linda Jean Shoush Macon V odtXRul HoiiK Economics B.S L . Cdlhecor Club NEMO Singrrs. SN EA Sam Henr Shrauner . Alexandria Roberta Elizabeth Shreffler No inger uTMnf Sruden! Nurses Aasocaitoa. Jeana Rahe Shults Ewing u ineu Eiiucauoti Band. Ctannd Choir, l DMcrc Lsnc s Dehh Zeut. Enpliifc Cob Pi Ome a Pi. SNEA William E. Siegel Si. Louis Hiu.or Wi a Phi Om=fUL Mu Epsa oti Nu. S ma Tan Gamma George Simmons. Jr St. Louis Pln-sical EduralKm Asso of Black CoUcKians. kapfis Al Psi Wrestling. Janet Elaine Simmons Novinger M usic. Aeoliar Oub- Band. Orchesira. Pamela Joan Simpson Ottumwa, la. Mu ic EiucaitoT. Aeohan Ctub. Band. NEMO Smgers Frank William Sims Ottumwa, la. Htsion Atpha Phi Sigma. An Club Blue Key. Hisioncal Society. Imer- Fratemnj Council. Phi Alpha Thcta. Phi Sigma Ep ilon. Student Union Board. V eicrarS Oub. Charles W. Singleton. II Bevier Economics Phi Sipna Epsilon. Pre-LawQub. Veleran Oiib. Michael Joseph Sisul Cenierville, la. Socutt Science. Gregory Gus Skinner Tuscola, III. Pbytical Educauon. FooibalL Mens Phn. Ed. Club. PEM Oub. Phi Sigma EfKitcm. amit Oub. Mary A. Skinner Kirksville Soaolog} Cheryl Ann Skow DeWitt. la. Numn . Stwlcm NnrKS AssocialiDn. John Harrison Slaton Madison Af rtulturc Ap-icuhurc Club. Phi Umbdii Chi. Walt) Fouixiauoii Timothv John Slavin Lancaster InOuslruil Artt Steven Fnomas Slocum Burlington, la. Bukinm Adini.iistrEiiuTi BuuncM Admin Clllb. Nancv Jean Sloggett Rockford. 111. fh.».iail Educatwr. PEM Oub. SNEA. Wckj Foumtation. W.R A Beverh ' J. Smith St. Louis c.nflikti Asif of Blark CoIle«am. DelU Si mii Thcta Engliib Club. INDEX S;ai; Oral lmerprp.cri Panhdlenic Coiunl. SyitapK Suilf John Edward Smith Memphis Joneane L. Smith . Libertyviile, la. Nurnni, SiuOeni Nurse AMOCULtur.. Joseph H. Smith Cedar Fails, la. Buuncw Adminihtraiton Buunew Admin. Club. i, I 268 Larry Joe Smith Macon Poluic l Science Lynn Badaracco Smith Mexico English. English Club. SNEA, Terry Joe Smith La Plata Industrial Education Al- pha Phi Omega, Indus- trial Arts Club. Phi Lam- bda Chi. SNEA Jean Anne Sojka Riverside, la. Elementary Education. O » 0 ' " ( Forward-looking faculty employs modern methods of classroom communication. • ' a aM Robert Elliott Soule Burlington, la. Music Education Aeolian Club. Orchestra. Phi Mu Alpha. Kenneth Kamper Sowers Alexandria Business Education Pi Omega Pi. Sigma Tau Gamma. SNEA. Who s Who, Mu Epsilon Nu Sheryl Louise Spain Albia, la. Art HducuLion, An Club. Dorm Council. John Robert Sparks Kirksville Zoology Alpha Phi Omega, Baseball, Pre-OsClub. Ann Donegal Spear Des Moines, la. Elementary Education, A.C.E..SNEA, Michael Payne Spears Jamesport Art Education Art Club, BS U.. Freshmen Class Officer, president. SNEA David George Spencer Monroe City Asian History Alan Linder Spurgeon Wayland Geography. Aeolian Club. NEMO Singers, Phi Mu Alpha, Young Republicans, Marna Lucille Stabler Washington, la. An Education Young Democrats, Ronald Dean Stabler Iowa Falls, la. Business Administration, Business Admin, Club V. Sue Stanton Trenton Art Education SNEA Billy Reed Steele Wellsville Industrial Arts. Bobby L. Steele Kirksville Business Education Alpha Phi Sigma Ronald Gene Sterchi OIney, 111. Physical Education Basketball, Student Senate, vice president. Tennis, Varsity Club Cheryl Ann Stewart Hannibal Music Education Aeolian Club, NEMO Singers. Jamie Ann Stone Brooklyn, la. Physical Education. PEM Club Evelyn Fern Stoner Mendon Business Education Alpha Phi Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, SNEA. John Robert Stotts East Moline. 111. Physical Education VeleransClub. Gary L. Strand Central City, la. Speech- College Players. Oral Inierpreters. 269 i - k r " ir " a p W ,i(t, • ' - ' ■ Excavation for a new heating tunnel under Marian Street connected the Pickler Memorial Library, Student Union, Science Hall, Baldwin Hall and future buildings. CLASS OF 1970 Ronald F. Sundling St. Louis English. Doris E. Swan Seymour, la. Elemeniary Education. ACE. Elem. Majors Chorus. Lynn Renee Swann St. Louis Ph sical Education. A .sn of Black Collegians: Dorm Council: Panhellenic Council: SNEA; WRA: Student Review Board; Student Union Board: Delia Sigma Theta. president; Extramural Volleyball. Thomas Swearingen Kirksville Zoology Agriculture Club; Freshman Class Officer, councilman Marilyn K. Swift Keokuk, la. French. Becky S. Swisher Palmyra Home Economics Alpha Sigma Alpha. Colhecon Club. k-Dctles. Panhellenic Council. SNIEA Perry Dean Swofford Spickard InduMnal Kducalion, Industrial ArlsClub Pamela Jo Syivara Kirksville Elemeniary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. Robert F. Symons St, Petersburg, Fla Business Admini-itralion. Robert G. Tade Lancaster Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club, Carol Kay Tadelski Burlington, la. Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Dorm Council. SNEA Dorothy Jean Tague Gorin English Judith Anne Stroeber W. Des Moines, la. Business Administration. Beta Tau Delta, Business Admin. Club: ECHO St.tff; Young Republicans, secretary-treasurer, David Strullmann Rhine-land Biisiness Administraiiun Basketball. Business Ad- min, Club, Helen Ann Strullmann Kirksville Business Education Pi Omega Pi Donald A. Stuart Riverside, la. Social Science, Thomas E. Stuck Moberly Physical Education. Linda K. Stude Warrenton Malhemalics. Alpha Phi Sigma; SNEA. reporter: Student Review Board, secretary; Kappa Mu Epsilon. secretary. David L. Stull Mexico Biolog , Alpha Phi Ome- ga. YES, Larry W. Stutler Milan Agriculture, Agriculture Club, Hill 270 Michael F. Tait Washington, la. Accounting Carroll E. Tankesley Lexington Elementary Education ACE: Junior Class Officer, ireus.. Sigma Sigma Sigma; SNEA: Student Mentor. David M. Tanner Ferguson English Circle K Club. SNEA. Wesley Foundalion. Synapse Slafl. Susan V. Taulbee Versailles English, English Club. Barbara Joy Taylor Albia, la. Elenienlury Educulion, ACE, Assn for Childhood Ed,. SNEA, Jeanne C. Taylor Palmyra Mulhemalics, Alpha Sigma Alpha, president: K-Delles. secretary; Kappa Mu Epsilon; SNEA; Student Review Board, Raymond Taylor Morton Grove, 111. Political Science. Student Review Board. Student Union Board. Young Democrats, Ruth E. Taylor Kansas City Elcmt-ntary Education. ACE. International Club, Timothy J. Tebockhorst Washington, la. Accounting, Alpha Kappa Lambda. Gloria J. Tedrow Fairfield, la. Elementary Education, Alpha Sigma Tau. vice-pres,. sec. NEMO Singers; Panhellenic Council; SNEA Stephen H. Tellier Arlington Heights, III. Biology. Patricia Ann Tesdall Jewell, la. Elementary Music. Gamma Delta. Larry D. Theerman Warrenton Agriculture Agriculture Club, president. Dwayne L. Thomas Ft. Madison, la. Business Administration. Business Admin Club, Dorm Council. Ada E. Thurman Monroe City Physical Education. Beta Tau Delta, PEM Club. SNEA. Student Social Com- mittee, WRA Ching-Wen Tien Taipei, Taiwan Mathematics. Eugene D. Timmerberg Rhineland Business Administration, Annette Y. Titus St. Louis Biology and Nursing. Assn. of Black Collegians. John D. ToUenaar Kirksville Mathematics, David H. Toops Kahoka Social Science. Alpha Phi Sigma. SNEA. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Young Republi- cans. Mu Epsilon Nu Geraldine Mary Toth Foristell Business Education Newman Club, Patricia L. Trent Kirksville Speech Pathology Alpha Phi Sigma; Alpha Sigma Alpha, president. Cardinal Key: College Ushers: K-Delles: Oral Interpreters: Panhellenic Council: Speech Path. Organ.: Who ' s Who. Jeannine A. Truitt Linneus Home Economics Colhecon Club, Edna Rose Trump Trenton Art Education An Club. SNEA, Stephen B. Tudeen Springville, la. Agriculture. Agriculture Club. Lui T. Tuitele American Samoa Zoology Alpha Phi Omega. International Club. Newman Club. VES. Phi kappa Theta. Sandra Sue Turner Kirksville Elemcnlar) Education, ACE. Elcm, Majors Chorus. SNEA. Wesley Foundation Darlene R. Tuttle Kirksville Physical Education, Beta Tau Delta: Freshman Class Officer, secretary: PEM Club. 271 Judy Twillman St. Louis PI MiJI Idutaliiin. Alpha Sijma Alpha, Cjrilinal Key. K-Dcllc . Prc» PtMCIuh. SNHA. W R A Gary Twining Muskegon, Mich. Zoolof) PrcO Club. VclcrjnsClub John Uhl Ferguson Speech Edoc.iuon, Circle K Club. College Players. Enplish Club, Inlcrnalional Club, Ne munClub. Carolyn Umphress Des Moines tlcmemar; Pducaliun Alpha Si|(mu Alpha, Corr, Sec; AC.t . Dorm Coun- cil, Freshman Rcprcscnuiive; SNt-A. Young Republicans, Tim Urban Lombard, 111. Special Education, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Intcrfralcrnii) Council, Senior Class Olficcr, VicePiesidcnl Linda Van Der Will Monroe, la, SoLJjl Science Rolland Vander Zyl Greenlop Gcogrijph Blue Kc). SNFA. Young Dcmocrji.s, Loren Van Essen Tracy, la. Sociology. Bennie Van Toorn Allerton, la. Business . dmlnlslrJllon Carol Vass Bevier Business Kducation Pi Omcgj Pi. SNEA- Wayne Veach Livonia Indusirial hducaiion. Madonna Venlling Webster City, la. Physical tducaliun. Gamma Delia. PEM Club. SNEA. W R A Barbara Kay Vogeier Buckingham, la. Business baucaiion PiOmcgiiPi. Naomi Volmert Waukegan, 111. Nursing Patricia Wadlin Callao Business Education Alpha Phi Sigma. Band. Beta Tau Delia. Secrelary. Treasurer: Delta Zeta. Orchesira, Panhellcnii. Council, Majorelle. Pop Orcheslra, Frank Wagner Chicago, 111. PhysK-al fcducalion. Football. Freshman Class Officer. Varslly Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Kristine Wagner Washington, la. Elcmentar Educalion. Gary Waite Baring Agriculture. Agriculture Club. Alpha Phi Omega- Danny Walker Shelbina Agriculture Agncullure Club Paulette Walker Centralia Mathematics Alpha Phi Sigma, Collegiale 4-H Club. Dorm Council, Prcs.. Councilwoman; SNFA. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Vice-President Anita Wallace Green Castle Business Educalion. Pi Omega Pi. Historian. Reporter: SNEA. Janis Waller Grand Ridge, 111. Home Economics. Wesley Foundalion. William Walton Montgomery City Social Science. Yee-Foung Paul Wang Taiwan English Randy Ward Milton, la. Special Educjtiun Robert Warren Chula Busmcss Administration Alpha Phi Omega. Bus. Adm. Club. Inlerfratemil) Council. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Jane Watkins Lancaster MuMt Educalion Aeolian Club, SNEA, Young Democrals, SAl, Music Sorority, Shirlev Walson Kirksvilie English. Alpha Phi Sigina. Coll, J-H Club, English Club, His, Socicly, SNEA, Sec,, Student Mentor. Wesley Foundalion ifi iiilLji 272 Thomas Watson Ft. Madison, la. Induslriiil Arts Industrial Arts Club. Mariorie Weatherly Storm Lake, la. HIcmenlarx Education AC E . Alpha Phi Sigma. ACE.. Sipma Kappa. SNEA, Speech Path Organi alion. Wesley Foundation. Vice-Ptesidenl. Deborah Weaver Farmington, la. Business Education Echo Slad. Sigma Sigma Sigma. SNEA. Young Republicans. Marilyn Weaver Memphis Hk-meniars Education, SNEA. Paul Weber Palatine, 111. Physical Education. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Jim Weggen Muscatine, la. English Education. Maxine Weener Bioomfield, la. Physical Education PEM Club. SNEA, W.R A Mary Jean Wehmeyer Moberly Physical Education Lawrence Weindel St. Louis English Phi Lambda Chi. Synapse. Man. Ed.; Copy Ed.. Index: Feature Editor, Index, Marsha Welde Kirksville Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Kappa Omicron Pi. Carolyn Wells Elsberry Business Education. Dorm Council, Vice-Pres.; SNEA. John Welsh Keokuk, la. Biology. CLASS OF 1970 Women ' s honors dorm, Grim Hall, houses those with certain grade or ag e qualifications. Hal Whiteaker Manchester History Alpha Phi Ome- ga, Historical Society, nterfraternity Council, Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Tau Gamma, Corr, Sec. SNEA Rober Whiteman Cedar Falls, la. nduslnal Education. 273 Janel Kay Whiteside Kansas City BuMnc s hilucution. Si)! ma Si mu Sigmj. Karen Dianne Wick Mount Union, la. tlcmcni.i( Idutaiion, A.C.E..SNEA, Lloyd Richard Wicse Rhodes, la. Indu l 1.(l Arts KooibjII. Track. Vaniiiy Club. Benila Kay Wiescmann La Grange Social Science, Alpha Phi Siijmu. Hrsiorical Socieiy, SNEA. Priscilla Ruth Wiley O Fallon VvKaiiofijI Home tconomic . C olhccon Club. SNEA. Danny Joe Wilford Trenton Psychology, Business Admmislrjiion, B.S.U,. Inlcrnalional Club. Psycholofy Club Jane Alice Willett Milwaukee, Wis. NufMfip. Siudcnt NuFNts A sociiHion. Cynthia L. Williams Monroe City l-.nghsh. SNEA. Barbara Jean Willows Hannibal English. Alpha Sigma Alpha. SNEA, Kenneth Dale Willows Kirksville BtJ incss AdminiNtratton. Business Administration Club. Mary Jean Wills Scales Mound, III. Hisior Ronald David Wilmesherr Washington Praclicjt Arts, Newman Club, Tau kappa Epsilon, Track. Audrey Marie Wilson Kirksville. Mo. • ti Brewer Wilson Des Moines, la. Business Adniinislralion and tducalion. Business .Adniinisiralion Cluh Chervl Lynn Wilson Florissant ' f-nplisFi. Beta Tau Deli.i. Delta Zela. president: ECHO Stan. English Club. P.inhellcnie Council. SNEA. Student Mcnlor Gregory Lee Wilson Centralia PhyNicul Educaiion. Football. V.irsiiy Club Karen Gail Wilson St. Louis History. Historical Society. Psychology Club. SNEA. W R A.. Young Demo- crats William Alan Wilson La Belle Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega. Alpha Phi Sigma, Interfraternity Council. Men ' s Physical Education Club. Sigma Tau Gamma, treasurer; SNEA. Student Marshall. Student Mentor. Student Union Board. Who ' s Who. 1 The Kennels, bunkhouse of many Bulldog athletes, is the hub of NMSC football adventures. CLASS OF 1970 Terrence Eugene Winters Plymouth, III. Physical tducjMon. BaskelbjII. Varsii Club, Young Republiijjnx Robert Edward Wiskirchen Ewing Business Administralion Constance Carmilla Wolf Eldon, la. Elementary Education- A.C.E.. Alpha Phi Sigma. Elemenlarv Majors Chorus SNEA. Boyce Alan Wooley De, ter Physical Education. Football. Men ' s Physical Education Club. Varsity Club, Janet Kay Wooley Essex Physical Education PEM Club. W R A Dottye L. Wooten Mexico History, Historical Society. Sigma Kappa. SNEA. Sludenl Mentor George Louis Wosmansky Pine Lawn Physical Education Alpha Kappa Lambda. Basketball Ann M. Wright Kansas City Business Education, ECHO Staff. Pi Omega Pi. Sigma Sigma Sigma. SNEA. Wesley Foundation. Young Democrats, Nancy Sheryl Wright Kirksville Home Economics Colhecon Club. Delta Zeta, Janet Lea Wulf Washington, la. Elementary Education, ACE,. Alpha Sigma Alpha, vice president: Elemen- tary Majors Chorus, Cordelia Mar ie Yager Monroe City Physical Education, Girl ' s Basketball. Nevsman Club. PEM Club. W R A Joseph T. Yager Kirksville Physics, Blue Key. editor; Radio Club. Sigma Zeta. president, Anthony Joseph Yates Monroe City Agriculture, Agriculture Club. Collegiate 4-H Club. INDEX Staff, Newman Club, Sharon Marie Zeigler Mexico Elementary Education, A C E . SNEA, Richard Zinnert Kahoka Philosophy and Religion, Married .students with their children tal e advantage of a sunny afternoon, for a stroll around the campus. 275 i 1 H HP di i Timothy Agncw Burlinplon, la. I j, B ' j (rnf Im ff ' - ' " ■ ' • ■ ' • «T. Thonuis Akvandcr Princeton E ' -: ■ ' - 1 - J , J!! Jr- Steven Allen Richland, la. Wh ll " «rlv ' wW tait • " ' ' • ' " •■ ' " ' Y ii - T i M- ' Nicholas Altieri 4r r % i l Gay Anderson Lanca.stcr «fc •■7 f » ' B !•• ■ " l T Ck li ' P James Anderson Moullon, la. j ViT- jK - j 1 - T Mark Anderson Rock Island. III. , J HBft !k. £_ W Mary Anderson Olds, la. T P " ' W? ' Jl Robert Anderson Madrid, la. ' ' J ] k W % f 1 1 Ruth Angel Vandalia f «l y i|| f »- ■■,,, nl Wf ? -. Kaniel Aossey Cedar Rapids, la. ' j- j W " ... ) W 7- . ' Wanda Armstrong Mystic, la. V ' J » - ' - " — " . Ronald Ashcr Warsaw, III. " W .■ ' w , . ' W fc R°bert A;;l ' Brentwood ijB ' Jo Ann A ar . ' . ... . Moscow Mills f} , hrT ' % W T ' k %f % Judith Bac ek Round Lake Park, III. - -zr ' :: , vJP| X " Dorothy Bagby Huntsville ' " " gg f NgT A. ' -• Mary Bagley VVk B HHi Z . I Mooreen Baker Kahoka •» .! fl »«► «f " ' «• ar ' I - «■ T Robert Baker Atlanta -, r W A ». ' V Theodore Baker St. Louis ' 1 " ggzi ] -zr VS- -rf. Christos Bakes Stamford m ' ' ' " j fc! " " fc ■ ' fefc Richard Ball Kirksville " |MB|| K. ' 0 ' ' ' Judith Bankson Mystic, la. 1 ' P r t " i ififc - ■ m nmw l • k Catherine Barker Coggon, la. _ , B J! " - T " R ' " " JP Steven Barnett Guthrie Center, la. ' fe ' .. ' JM Ji " " ' L X Mary Jane Bartels Carrolllon ,, 1 V . -Ij " |f ■■Mi ; jV: : m M- - ' Teresa Bartow Purdin sP il b I H BBRBk H Georgia Baskett Laclede j " MF fc i B ik Donna Battaglia New Milford, N.J. " -a " •Br nB W - «» .- M W John Beale LaPlata " - " J, " T -- ' „-=- ' J Brenda Beaty Mexico ' ' W _ _ " ■ V ■ ' CLASS OF 1971 The Stale Park is a well-known, unofficial extension of classes in general education and recreation. Linda Beaver Hannibal George Beeler Lancaster Ann Begeman Monroe City Teryl Behncke .... Davenport, la. Mary Lou Behring Emden Rebecca Bendlage . Ft. Madison, la. %:... S v . a a . O f ■ WW - ' W « ' - ® 9 I H Margaret Benjamin Donnellson, la. Luther Bennet Kirkwood Janice Bennett Keylesville Mary Benson Carbondale, III. Charles Berkeley Amboy, ill. Jeanne Berrier Boone, la. Johna Berryman St. Charles George Betz Ridge, N.V. William Beucke Hannibal Linda Bier Palmyra Steven Black Mediapolis, la. Robert Blankenship Palmyra Susan Bleigh Hannibal Clarence Blessing New London Helen Bliefnick Salisbury Karl Bode Kirksville Donald Bogert Drakesville, la. Robert Bohrer Sherrill, N.Y. David Boley Marceline Steve Bond Affton James Boswell Mexico Nancy Boothby Monmouth, III. Patrick Botticelli Waterford, N.Y. David Bouge Burlington, la. Dee Bowles Unionville Michael Bowles Appleton City Arlene Bowen Novelty John Bowen Cincinnati, la. Michael Bradley Kirksville Perry Bradshaw Kirksville Sheri Brandow Moberly Thomas Breidenstein Buffalo, N.Y. Diana Brendel Muscatine, la. Catharine Brennecke St. Louis Vernon Brewer Kansas City William Brinkman Liberty, III. Richard Brobst Meadville Richard Brooks Keokuk, la. Joan Broughton Florissant Douglas Brown Vernon, N.Y. Thomas Bruening St. Charles George Bruer St. Charles Robert Bruner Ottumwa, la. Gary Buckley Worchester, Maine Steven Budde St. Louis Frank Buell Kansas City Eugene Burger Newton, la. Jack Burkhalter Ottumwa, la. Melicent Burnaugh Davenport, la. Deborah Burl Fulton 277 Junior. Paulette Kautz, is an ambassador of school spirit for all Bulldog athlelic ventures. CLASS OF 1971 Laurie Campbell Davenport, la. Donald Cantrell Quincy, 111. Gene Capps Des Moines, la. Ronald Carris Packwood, la. Kenny Carroll Bedford, la. Jerry Cathcart Auxvasse Robert Cerven Weldon, la. William Chalek Lombard, 111. Robert Chamberlain Palmyra Edda Chang Panama Vclda Chalman Farmington Gayle Christen Centralia Karen Christopher Jamesport Bernice Cistrunk Gary, Ind. Charles Claggett Shelbina Lou Ann Clark Edina Catherine Cloninger Louisiana Carol Clover Slronghursl, 111 Mary Cobb Hannibal David Cochran Milan Dennis Cockshoot Muscatine, la. ,Jerry Coker Kirksville T-arry Coles Russell, la. Carl Collins St. Louis Kathy Collins Laclede » Carol Bu.xman New London Michael Byrne j ir ... St. Louis Linda Cagle St. Charles Robert Cagle St. Charles Jacqueline Cahalan Edina James Cain Galva, Sheila Caldwell Macon Ruth Calhoun Pleasantville, la. Joyce Campbell Mediapolis, la. Judith Campbell Medapolis, la. IT. 4. 278 David Comegys Carlisle, la. James Coniplon Milan James Cooper Kirksville Marcia Cortelyou Stronghursl, 111 Rita Cottom Oneida. Ill Lois Cragen Frankford David Cranston Glenwood. N.Y. Barbara Crawford Belton Connie Croskery Ft. Madison, la. Carol Crouch Browning Francis Crow Paris Joyce Crull Portland John Curry Moberly Franklin Curtis Laddonia Terry Daggett Camp Point. 111. Beverly Dahms Marshalltown, la. Mike Daily Lock Springs Marcia Dane Williamsburg, la. Jack Dannull Trenton William Daues St. Louis Sue Daugherty Oskaloosa, la. David Davis Burlington, la. John Davis Laclede Sharon Dawson Moberly Margaret De Bruin Hannibal John Dedrick Laclede James Defebo Waynesville Rose De Meulenaere Victor, la. Steven Derr Keokuk, la. Frank Dickey Jackson Virginia Dieterich Kahoka Robert Doak St. Louis John Dodge Kirksville Dennis Dougherty Ottumwa, la. Martha Douglas St. Louis Manouch Dowlalshahi Kermanshah, Iran Gary Drummond Farmington, la. Terry Dudley Centerville, la. Phillip Duncan Greentop Michael Dunn Went ville Terry Dykstra Oskaloosa, la. Kathy Easley Hannibal Becky Eccles Burlington, la. Pamela Edwards Chula Steve Eisenhower Clinton, la. Janet Ell St. Charles Janet Ellerhoff Sperry, la. Marcia Elliott Farmington, la. Bobbretta Elliston Des Moines, la. Jean Emery Clarksville 279 Jeanne Epperly . . Millon. la. Joyce Erb Perry Al Erwin Grccnlop Bonila Evans Warrcnlon David Evans Brentwood Joseph Evans Meadvillc Ruth Evans Williams, la. Williams Evans Burlington, la. William Karmer Kirksville Linda Eeatherston Moberly Arthur Fcldman II Illinois City, 111. Marilyn Fcnton Trenton Dennis 1-esslcr Macon Tommy Fevurly Leavenworth, Kan. James Fiscus Kirksville Mary Fisher Wellman, la. Betty Flack Davenport, la. Diane Fleddermann St. Louis Richard Floyd Knoxville, la. Nancy Fountain Kirksville, la. Wayne Fowler Washington Susan Frahm Burlington, la. Robert Freitag Scotch Plains, N.J. Patricia Fridley Union Michael Frit Washington, la. David Froncyberger St. Louis Donald Frueh Dallas, la. Sandra Frueh Donnellson, la. Ruth Gabel fit A St. Louis Sally Galvan Otlumwa, la. Xathleen Gass St. Louis Douglas Gebelein Emerson, N.J. Carolyn Germain Emerson, N.J. Greg Gettings Ottumwa, la. Janice Giles Bloomfield, la. Kenneth Glover Newark Beverly Golston Otlumwa, la. Gary Gooch Hurdland Edward Good Bloomfield. la. Dianna Goodman Rose Hill, la. Linda Gordy Bloomfield, la. Dennis Graser St. Louis Katherine Graves Kirksville Dennis Gray St. Charles Barbara Green St. Louis Donald Green Hannibal William Green Floris.sanl Edith Grieshaber St. Louis Christopher Griffin ■ Trenton VMartha Griffm . .tf .A-.QtW5.l . Whealon, 111. tt i 280 O fS Gwendolyn Gioharing Davenport, Iowa Roletla Gronewold Kirksville William Gronewold Kirksville Richard Grugin Callao John Haack Marengo, la. Patricia Haak Moberly Q 9 % I ? T -=. International students from Thailand demonstrate their Soccer techniques. CLASS OF 1971 Gerald Hackmann Marthasville Patrick Haggard Ft. Madison, la. Marilyn Haggy Ethel Loretta Hale Vandalia Linda Hamlll Center Diane Hamilton Quincy, III. ouis Hamilton St. Louis Bonnie Hamm Bucklin Mark Hansen Mt. Pleasant, la. Darrell Hanslow Fulton Ronnie Hargrave Linneus Jerry Harkey Kirksville Charles Harland Shelbina Alan Harman Bynumville Greta Harris Macon Stephen Harrison ... ... , Holliday arold Harshbarger . K.S ' WT. . . Jp . Salem, la. Hassine Hassen Mexico Martha Hatfield Hamilton, III. Thomas Hawk Grundy Center, la. Sandra Hawkins West Alton Wayne Hawkins Kirksville Jerry Hayden Moravia, la. Terry Hayden Keokuk, la. Joan Heady Bloomfield, la. Albert Heitz Ft. Madison, la. Marsha Hellenthal Ft. Madison, la. Max He lms New Boston David Henness Milan Samuel Hensen Winfield William Hess Jr Endwell, N.Y. Robert Hickman Moberly Sherry Hicks Memphis Mary Higgins Churdan. la. Timothy Hirner Hannibal 281 Roger Hodapp . . Harlan, la. Brenda Kodgin Mexico Nancy Hofer Iowa City. la. Donalec Hohsladt Arbcia George Hogg Chicago, III. Janel Holder Hannibal Gary Holliday Winterset. la. Stephen Holmes Fairfield, la. Betty Hol hauser Burlington, la. Lawrence Hood Marcelinc T. Michael Hooker ■ ■ .. ■ ■ Washington, Pa. Shirley Hopmann .... S ' S-.S Lennay Edwai-d Horack St. Louis Marcheita Home St. Louis Vicky Hotop Davenport, la. Dale Houck Van Wert. la. Karen House St. Louis Vicki Houston Keokuk. la. Roger Howery Marshall Deborah Hrstka Unionville •( Robert Hrstka Lawson nita Hubbard New Florence Donald Hubbartt Drakesville, la. Rita Hueffmeier Wentzville Patricia Huff Keokuk, la. Roger Huff Bonaparte, la. Nancy Hulen Lancaster John Hunt Ottumwa. la. William Hurst London Mills, III. Mansour Iran lanesh Iran Barbara Ingrum Centralia Joyce Ingram Ames, la. Rebecca Inlow Kahoka James Inlovv Bowling Green Katherine Ingels Cedar Rapids. la. CLASS OF 1971 Crosswalks and make-shift bridges are in abundance across the campus as tunnel and safety construction continues in high gear. -• ' ati, J ai ' ■ Danny Jackson Kellogg, la. Willette Jackson St. Louis Patricia Jacobs Ottumwa, la. Patricia S. Jacobs Kirksville Thomas Jaeger Washington Steven James Brookfield I „: ifc © r V I ?i Mark Jefferson Kirksville Jean Johns Queen City Aubrey Johnson Kennett David Johnson Winfield, la. Donna Johnson Ft. Madison, la. Dwana Johnson Springfield, 111. June Johnson Centralia Nancy Johnson Moberly Nancy L. Johnson Queen City Janie Johnston Davenport, la. Beverly Jones Wapello, la. Elna Jones New Cambria Judith Jones Keytesville V Ronald Jones Allentown, N.J. leannine Jurgensen Prole, la. Mary Beth Justice Ankeny, la. Frank Katona Highland, Ind. Paulette Kautz Atlantic, la. James Keller Cairo Jo Ann Kelley Quincy, III. Ronnie Kellison Kirksville Helen King Cumming, la. Terry Kinyon Tipton, la. William Kirmes Wakefield, Mass. Alan Klinger Allerton, la. Corban Klug Warrenville, 111. Dyle Knifong Browning Kathleen Knoche Omaha, Neb. Patricia Koch Florissant Susan Koch Tallahassee, Fla. VJohn Koenig . .T. .® . . ' P A . . Webster Grove Stephen Kolb Jefferson City Jamal Kottabi Iran A. Le Roy Kowaike Maple Plain, Minn. Vonda Kraus Memphis Suzanne Kueny Montgomery City Allen Kurland Burlington, la. Valai Kwakbumrung Bethesda, Md. Gary Lacey St. Charles Kerry Lackey Shelbina Sarah Ladd Kirksville Pamala La Frenz Wyaconda Steven Lahay Mehlville Nancy Lammert . . . r-J St. Louis William Landers Grand Ridge, III. Dennis Lane St. Louis William Langan . . ._;. Hamilton, III. " Margaret Langford ' ! ' P. . Pf A f: Samoa Warren Lantz Kirksville Donald Lay LaBelle 283 Penny Leathers College Mound James Leigh Nevada Robert Lewis Lewislown Patricia Lielsch Galesburg. III. Dennis Life Cedar, Iowa David Lindley St. Louis Roy Linhardt Powersville Judy Litchfield LaBclle Mary LocchI Ballwin Dennis Loftus Syracuse, N.Y. Constance Logan Brinison John Lohse Ferguson Antionette Long Kirksville Steven Lorenz St. Louis Steven Lowenbe rg Donnellson, la. Helen Luebrccht Cyrene Richard Luegering Ft. Madison, la. Steven Luett Clinton, la. Belly Lugering Hannibal John Luhn Bridgelon Philip Luksetich Melcher, Iowa Lucinda Lunceford Richmond Marcia Lushbaugh Ottumwa, la. Mary Lushbaugh Ottumwa, la. Carol Maassen Gladbrook, la. James Maddex Lentner Misiuaita Maga Samoa Ahmed Mahmoud Arabia William Maier, Jr Brookfield, III. Marlis Manning Brighton, la. Kathleen Mark St. Louis Barbara Martin St. Louis Charles Martin Kahoka Earl Marim Canton Joseph Matarazzo Huntington, N.Y. Janey Mathis Elmer William Matthew Kirksville Judith May Browning Douglas Mayo Des Moines, Iowa Theresa McAndrew Kahoka Luther McBee Greentop William McCarter Hannibal Patricia McChristy Montgomery City Arlene McCollum Farber Glen McCollum Media, 111. Francine McCormick Batavia, la. Carolyn McDaniel Macon Nancy McElfresh Edina Betty McEwen Des Moines, la. Lila McGraw Pleasantville, la. f?5 u . ' B IT-f . - " ? ' MJl © ( ' © ai c). ..i ' - j 4 284 1 © Q ©, (! a. a Michael Monical Keokuk, la, Larry Montgomery Newton Beverly Moore Kirksville Bruce Moore Middletown Charles Moore Yaie, la. David Moore Kirksville Gayle Moore Memphis Geane Moore Ottumwa. la. Ernest Moots Kirksville ' Past Moots Kirksville Vicki McKean Conesville, la. Dana McMillan Fayette Terry McMillan Marceline Pamela Means Macon Robert Means Hamilton, III. Sherry Medaris Farmington, la. Mary Meinhardt New Cambria Robert Melson Mexico Dennis Merritt West Des Moines, la. Gary Mettler Shelbina Jeanne Meyer Davenport, la. Robert Michael Corydon, !a. Richard Middleton Downing Chrisla Miller Morton, III. Robert Miller Kirksville Rigoberto Millo Griffiss, N.Y. Margaret Mills Chillicothe Ralph Mincemeyer Berkeley Anthony Mitchell Memphis, Tenn. Carole Mitchell Bonaparte, la. Gordon Mitchell Packwood, la. Phyllis Moehle Macon John Moffitt Winigan Jerry Mohr Bloomfield, la. Raymond Moncavage Mt. Carmel, Penn. CLASS OF 1971 Who and where is the mystery woman on campus? 285 Randy Morgan . Mt. Pleasant, la. Bill Morns Purdin Stewart Morton . St. Louis Sharon Moullon ... Moullon. la. Ma Mudd Center Michael Mulstay . .Marshalltown. la. PeggN Munden Lucerne Diane Munlz Ml. Sterling. la. James Murphy Revere Richard Murphy Burlington. la. Dieter Mussler Germany Mary Musso Rock Hill Barbara Neff Bucklin Linda Neighbors Unionvijle Gloria Newbrough Paris Linda Newell Bloomfield. la. N)iana Newquist . . . [ f-.T. Ottumwa. la. David Niemeyer Marthasville Tida Nitipisanonta Thailand Patricia Noel Kirksville Alan Noelte Reisterstan. Md. Blllie Norman St. Louis Glenna Novinger Novinger Nancy Odell Keokuk. la. James O Hair Van Wert. la. Elizabeth O Rourke Parnell. la. Paul Orr Salisbury Carol Oshner LaBelle Parol Oshner LaBelle Maurice Overlander Stockport. la. Steven Ownby St. Louis Naomi Page Browning Sarah Painter Paris Maupati Panapa Samoa Jean Pantel Muscatine. la. Patricia Parks Salisbury Perry Parson Keokuk. la. Carolyn Paul Kirksville William Pauls Newton. la. Mohammed Parva Iran Edward Pastrovich Jacksonville Ernest Payne Marceline Larry Payion Novinger Frederick Peeks Wilton Junction, Iowa Kenneth Peine O Fallon Carolyn Pepper Brighton. la. Jancll Perkins Cantril. la. Stephen Peters Des Moines, la. Douglas Peterson Trenton Rhonda Peterson . . Kirksville m i ( .( © ft ?4 A %.. ' -ats 286 hdx David Petre Atlanta William Phegley, Jr St. Louis Sariya Pholpuniin Thailand David Pieske Milan Jeffrey Piper Queen City George Pipes Milan Ci ! © 0S Construction finally begins on several new tennis courts south of Campbell Apartments. CLASS OF 1971 Shirley Poertner Pacific Harrie Poffenberger Altoona, la. Leonard Pohren Washington. la. Lance Poland Powersville James Pollard Kirksville Kathleen Pollock Kirkwood Michael Pontius Cailao John Poppe. Jr Taylor Esfandi Pourbahrami . , Iran Cathy Powell .tA Clinton Kenneth Powers Chicago, 111. Stephen Proctor Burlington, la. Lisbeth Purschel Denmark William Quigley Columbus Junction, la. Sherri Quigley Milan Dianna Rabe Fort Madison, la. Rosalind Rada Chicago, III. Hosein Radmanesh Iran Gary Rahe Bluffs. 111. Sandra Rains Moberly Martha Ransdell Palmyra Juletta Ratliff Ethel Danny Ray Marshalltown, la. Richard Ray Unionville William Ray Bloomfield, la. Fayez Rayan Lebanon Barbara Reed Washington, la. Abraham Reese Hannibal Jo Ann Reichert LaBelle Ruth Richardson Cedar Rapids, la. Marvis Rinehart Browning Jeanne Riler Keokuk, la. Janice Ritter Steffenville Orville Robbins Kansas City v£lizabeth Robertson Springfield, III. 287 George Robertson Chillicothe Dcnauvo Robinson Quincy. 111. Jack Robinson Davenport, la. Marjoric Roderick Kirksville Gary Rodgers Winficld, la. Wayne Rodgers Winfield, la. Amaurys Rodrigue2 La Vecindad, Ven. Rosemary Rohan Overland Rex Romingcr Bloomfield. la. Carla Roscborough Gary. Ind. James Roslcllo Moberly Jerry Runvon Shelbyville Janice Rusk Fu " on Donald Russell Brookfield Gregory Ruth Cedar Rapids, la. Eleanor Ryan Milan Leslie Sabol University City Karim Sadeghpour Iran NBillie Salsman Macon jTeresa Sandifer Monroe City rCerisiano Sataua Samoa Cynthia Sawyer Des Moines, la. Thomas Sawyer Des Moines, la. Ann Schafer LaGrange John Schenk Memphis Edward Schieffer Troy Nancy Schlatter Wayland, la. Steven Schlueter St. Charles .Lucy Schmid . St. Louis iCaren Schneider . . .i.! C St. Louis Gary Schoeni Douds, la. Richard Schreck Canton Rebecca Schreiber Revere Rodney Schwitzer Tipton, la. Phyllis Scott Kirksville Lowell Seaman Vienna, Va. Richard Sears Lineville, la. Gloria Scitsinger Wellman, la. Pennie Seth Farmington, la. Steven Sewell Kirkwood John Shahan Kirksville Bill Shechan Unionville Bruce Sheflerman Bay Shore, N.Y Marilyn Shell New Sharon, la. Marcia Shelton Kirksville Mary Shelton Des Moines, la. Susan Shepherd Lancaster Donald Sherer Burlington, la. Jack Shilt Newtown Susan Shirk Bettendorf, la. flWl f ! pf . " ' At f . f f fr Vl MiMM p © 9 © P - o ( . ifk i Ld . . ; 288 fi ft o Q 4 - • (T: % a. i p. ? nson . . . Newton. Ta. ney . . St. Louis on . . . Wright City Susan Stephe Lenora Steph Linda Stevens I Mary Stevenson Moberly Linda Stewart Kirksville Greg Stock Grundy Center. la. Gerald Stocker Moravia, la. v Janetle Stoffa Otlumwa. la. Gary Strasser What Cheer, la. f 9 Barbara Strother Webster Groves Cheryl Stubbs Hedrick, la. Kiniberly Shuger Wiiton Jet., la. WilHani Simnis Hannibal Mary Simpson Overland Carol Sims Auxvasse Martha Singleton Atlanta Frank Sladek Jr Iowa City, la. Robert Slominsky Mollis, N.Y. Michele Small Arbela David Smith Kansas City Judith Smith Hannibal Maria Smith Oskaloosa, la. Paul Smith Montrose, la. John Sojka Riverside. la. Jeanne Sparlin Florissant William Spaun Hannibal Richard Spellman Salisbury Phillip Sponsler Kirksville T eborah St. Clair Williamstown — Rebecca St. Clair Williamstown Paul St. Clair Farmington. la. Robert Stanley Clio. la. James Starbuck Queen City Nita Starbuck Lancaster Charles Steele Wellsville Steven Steinbeck Rubio, la. CLASS OF 1971 Home economics majors carefully coordinate materials in color selection. .._M. 289 Pal Sullikan Kiisna Suwanrjks John Swan . . Wa nc Swanson Sheila Takai . . Bruce Ta)lor Kcrr Ta lor Tern Tajlor . . . William Tencvck Jem Thomas . . . Cedar Falls, la. Banek-ok. Thailand . " . Pern, Chariion, la. . . kirksvillc Chariion. la. MoberU Marshalliown. la. Edina Greenlop Millard Thomas . NancN Thomas . . Janet Thompson . . John Thompson . . . Kandace Thompson . New Cambria Muscatine, la. . .. . Kirksville . Oltumwa. la. .... ' andalia Nancy Thompson . Robert Thompson Theresa Tiernan . Jo)ce Tisue Roben Toole ... . . . Quincy. III. ... Unionville . . . Allison, la. . . . Jacksonville Syracuse. N.Y. Taryl Tracy . . . Gary Truitt . . . Wallace Trump . Gregory Tucker Linda Unzicker . Ann Umbarger . . Mary Volmeri ... Richard ierlins . . . Felipe Vargas . . . . .Aubrey Van Houten O Fallon .... Kirksville Trenton .... Kirksville Des Moines. la. . Keokuk. la. . . Columbia Oakville. la. . Costa Rica . . . Moberlv Harry Van Epps Kary! Van Dyne Gar Van Dyne . Mary Wade ' . . . James W ' aldin . . Carole Wakefield ' David Wakefield ban Wallace Dana N alker Dave Waikcr Sherrie alker . Triss Waller . . . Walter Wal . . Gary Wamhoff . Sara W aters Daniel Wdtkr,- Juanita N% ' a Barbara V, cng.r Barbara Wcdde Thoma.s W eeki . + . © Burlington, la. . . Corydon. la. . . . Unionville . . . Browning . Callao . Mvsiic. la. York ' ville. III. . . Novinger Wellman. la. . Macon Clarence Muscatine. Iowa .... Lemay Napervillc. III. Elsberry Le Claire, ia. ; pringiield ill. . Hesston. Ks. ... Si. Louis . . Newton, ia. ( m O . : ff ♦ ' MlM IS O- ' ' - :- b ii utiM fvl ' f ' V © t t} 290 jffa O 1 ' !fc r i A t ik XI O © 4. f?f CLASS OF 1971 Carol Wehmeyer Ferguson Wayne Weiland Hannibal Mary Wells Newton Terry Wendl Laclede Mickey Wesl ... 4 K Elmer Larry Wharlon Shelbina John While Hannibal Margaret Wild Kirkwood Karen Wilderman Florissant Jerry Wilhoit Clarksville Allen Williams Florissant Brooke Williams Kansas City Dsvayne Williams Stoutsviile Rebecca Williams Williamsburg, la. Susan Williams Burlington, la. Kathryn Willis Knoxville, la. Claude Wilson Chicago, III. ,„ Donna Wilson . . . . Washington. la. dward Wilson . . fC ' . Fulton Jill Wilson Dalton Sandra Wilson Brookfield Jeanette Windsor . Montgomery City »Debra Wisdom . . Ji Z- Macon Martin Witkoske Muscatine. la. Larry Wolgast Fenton Sylvia Wolverton St. Louis Glenn Wombwell Brookfield Deborah Wood Moulton, la. Valerie Woodard Florissant Joan Woodford Westmont. 111. Edna Woods Berkeley Kevin Woods Edna Bruce Woodward Moravia. la. Carole Wyrick Hamilton. 111. Karen Yackley . . . £. Taylor Bruce Younker Kirksville Robert Young. Jr Kirksville Frederick Young What Cheer, la. Connie York Bloomfield, la. Connie Yetter Hamilton. 111. Rebecca Yates Lake Placid, Fla. Michael Yager Kirksville Sheila Yagel Brookfield Shirley Yagel Brookfield Mary Zotz Albia, la. Dennis Zeigler Novinger 291 Christine AJamson Ouumsva. la. Earl Adkiiis ' ' ' " ' ' " •=» Mohamad Ajaniie ' " ■ " Linda Akins • ' " ' - " ' ' I ' " Ali Al-Ansari ' ™q James Albus Mexico Larry Allen Chariton, la. Joetta Amedei Bcvier Cclestia Anderson Canton Jeanne Anderson Des Moines. la. Susan Andrews Novinger Connie Annis Corydon. la. Mary Arthaud Wheeling Melinda Babbitt St. Louis Diane Baechi Ridgefield, N.J. Cynthia Bailey Redfield. la. Brenda Baker Chillicolhe Bonnie Balcom Meadville Thomas Banie. Jr Keokuk, la. Thomas Barker Hannibal Donald Barnelt Kirksville James Barnelt Gait Summer Barry Cedar Rapids. la. Jeanne Barla Cedar Rapids, la. John Bartow Brunswick Gail Baltaglia New Milford, N.J. James Baxter Hannibal Marsha Beaird Revere Paul Beaty Mt. Sterling. la. Patricia Beavers Center , Russell Becherer St. Louis Cecilia Beets Kirksville Dennis Bel er Albia, la. Shirley Benedict Hannibal Stephen Bertels Laddonia CLASS OF 1972 Lone student finds a rare moment of solitude for contemplation. " i«h - - ■ ■t . ' 3 d i . m i%m 1 ' S!0 f Cf , fP c " p S»5i J « V T ' - u-l C4 C i ,0 0A 1 Sherry Bertelsen Meadville I .. V ■ ' Charles Bethards Humphreys " - Vicki Biggs .... Mt. Pleasant, la. ul Melvin Bissey LaPlata ' " Jean Blakely Danville, Oh. Joan Blakely Danville, Oh. f fl o kffeil Connie Bliefnick Salisbury Joan Bobeen Troy Norris Boehm Sigourney, la. Nancy Bollz Kaholca Linda Boone Davenpo rt. la. Patricia Booth Fairfield, la. Susan Bowles Appleton City Charles Branham Mexico Monty Branstetter Curryville Robert Bratlon Kirksville Nancy Brink Kansas City Michele Brodeen Des Moines, la. Gloria Brown Moberly Harry Brown St. Louis Carol Broyles Trenton Merrilee Brummitt LaPlata Randy Brummitt Kirksville John Bufkin Macon Donald Bundy Columbus City, la. James Burke Shrewsbury Kuth Burkemper Old Monroe John Burns Brookfield " Deborah Buster Ethel Nancy Byrkit Collinsville. 111. Leonard Cain Williamstown Dennis Carroll Monroe City Gordon Carter Gary. Ind. Jean Carter Bettendorf, la. Janet Casady Brookfield Mary Cetta Keokuk, la. Louisa Chadwell Snyder, N.Y. Edwin Champ Littleton. Conn. James Chandler, Jr Chesterfield Vatricia Chaney Atlanta Marsha Charles Kirksville Gary Chidester Blakesburg. la. Lonnie Clair Hurdland Cynthia Clark Carthage. 111. Michael Clark Macon Thomas Clark St. Charles Lloyd Cleaver Macon Carol Cleeton Kirksville Virginia Cleeton Milan Dixie Clinkenbeard Livonia Pamela Clover Warrenlon Drennan Cloyd . . . ' . . . Staunton. 111. Lorelta Cole Brookfield Glynda Collier Mercer Dorothy Collins Lucerne Frank Collop Kirksville 293 C " T !hia Comcgvi . C ol Cone Richard Conslan«:e Maf Cook .... Barbara Cooper . . •irlivlc. Io a Mexico tvcarnev Edina . . Kirkivillc Charmaine Cooper Bridgeion Viler C.wper Aux asse Deborah Cornick Morning Sun. la. Richard Coureli Clarksville Barbara Courtney Fort Madison. la. Ronald Covilii St. Charles William Cox Ottumwa. la. Bonnie Cronbaugh Hartwick. la. Clvdc Crosby LaPlata Ja) Crump Kirksville Bernard Cullen Rockford. III. Dale Curtis Elmer Margin Curtis Laddonia James Daienport New Cambria Steven Davenport O ' Fallon Hamazasb Davidian Abadan. Ir. Darl Davis Macon June Davison Columbia Garv Davolt Bucklin Randall Dawson Kansas City John Dean Brentwood. New York Brenda Deem Brookfield Boyd DeJong Montezuma. la. Roger Demarest Brookfield Linda DePriest St. Louis Letty Depuy Brunswick John DeVore Seymour. la. Cheryl DeWitt . ' Kirksville Margaret Dickson Escanaba. Minnesota Maurine Dobson Leon. la. Stephen Doggett Macon Terry Dorr Centralia Roger Dorson Macon Deborah Dougherty Bridgeton Edward Dowell OTallon Kathryn Draper Brashear Marilyn Drennan Kirksville Thomas Dreyer W. Des Moines. la. Kevin Drumgoole Palisade, New Jersey Nancy Duncan Bettendorf. la. Mary Dwyer Silex Sandra Dwyer Silex Jimmie Dye Unionville . Marilyn Eager Memphis NRicha. ' -d Eberlin .Arlington Hts., III. s cry ' . X I f f ' i 0 (9ii p. 0. !? ' mom 294 i ' MI Helen Eckhardl . . . Betlendorf. la. Joe Eckardt Oskaloosa, la. Paul Eickmann Germany Thomas Eiselt . . Spirit Lake. Io»a Charol Eilel Green Castle John Eller Kirksville A rarily on campus is a choice of open parking spaces. CLASS OF 1972 Martha Elliott Mexico Mary Emke St. Charles Sherry Epperson Vandalia Charles Ewald Des Moines, la. Deanne Fear Ottumwa. la. Ruby Ferguson Ewing Susan Fett St. Louis ' Barbara Feys St. Louis Mark Firks Florissant Kenneth Fleak Kirksville Howard Foglesong Kirksville Michael Foley Clinton. la. Peggy Force Russell, la. Rosemary Ford Glenwood Terry Forsythe Lancaster Shirlene Foster Sumner Jane Franklin Ottumwa. la. Patricia Frazer .Milan Darold Frenzen Kirksville Lane Froneybarger St. Louis Deborah Fry Hazelwood Mary Frye Lineville. la. Annetla Fuenfhausen Salisbury Sharon Fulks Milan John Fuolo Bay Shore, New York Barbara Fuqua Barry, ill. Khosrow Ganjani Khosrow, Iran Gwen Gardner Edina HolK Gardner Kirksville Victor Geib Waukegan. III. Waol Gerken New Florence Valorie Gerrity Kirksville Diane Gettings Ottumwa. la. Robert Geyer St. Louis Hriar Gharakhanian Ahwaz, Iran 295 Tennis opponents lest their skills on new College facilities. CLASS OF 1972 Terry Gravemann St. Charles Lucinda Gray Mercer Paul Gary ,....► Browning Jessica Green fn lRr? . . P . .1V . ' . ff . ' Moline. 111. Judith Green Vandalia Martha Green El Centro. Calif. Daron Greene St. Louis Sharon Greening Columbia John Grice Browning Richard Griffen Hannibal Rebecca Griffin Wapello. la. Thomas Griffin. Jr . ' shland Carroll Griffith Clarksville Linda Grinstead Danville. la. Marilce Gruneich Montezuma, la. Sharla Haack Williamsburg, ia. Esther Maage Alexandria Kenneth Haase Niola. 111. Laura Hackney Unionville Ronald Haedt Bettendorf. la. Mona Hagar La Plata Jack Halferty Revere Margaret Hall Holliday Beth Haller Broken Bow, Neb. Omar Hammond Meadviile Jackie Gill Ottumwa, la. Jeffrey Gillam Des Moines, la. Marie Gladbach Keytesville Reve Gnuse Lewistown Mary Ann Good Bloomfield, la. Cheryl Goodman Rose Hill, la. Jeannie Gordon Marceline Betty Gough Perry Margaret Grace Oskaloosa, la. Wayne Grant Charleston 296 Herman Harris Macon NPalncia Harris O ' Fallon Sharon Harrison Si. Louis iCathy Harier Ottumwa, la. Rebecca Hawi Grundy Center, la. Constance Hayden Hannibal Gerald Hayden Vandalia Diane Hazen Gicentop Gary Heinike Kirksville David Herhold Ferguson Krisly Hermsen Newton, la. Judy Herron Kirksville Elizabeth Hesse Rochester, Minn. Naomi Hicken Centralia Meivm Hickie Centerville, la. Carol Holtkamp . . . . . . ' . Jefferson City William Homan Shelbina Larry House La Belle Shahrokh Hoveydai Chicago, III. Larry Howard Brookfield Mary Lou Howard Williamstown Bennie Howe Columbus Junction. la. Carol Howell , , Macon NOiana Howerlon r ' l SJSO . . 6 . . .H-f ' f fTurdland Gary Hudson Macon Larry Huggins Bloomfield, la. Stanley Huggins Bloomfield, la. Charles Hull St. Charles Susan Hull Moline, III. Jean Hullinger Clear Lake, la. Gail Hulsebus Donnellson, la. , Cheryl Ann Hunt . . St. Louis Kathy Ifland . . . ' l St. Louis Johnn Isaacs Wheeling Kathleen Iseli St. Louis Vclma Isley Knoxville, la. Mostafa Izadi Iran Beverly Jackson Vandalia Carmen Jackson Des Moines, la. Ruth Jackson Kansas City Asa Jacobe Des Moines, la. Gregory James Shelbina Alan Janssen Des Moines. la. Janet Jay Brookfield Barbara Jenisch Montgomery City Alan Jensen Granite City, 111. Carol Johns Queen City Claude Johnson Salisbury Connie Johnson Kirksville Cvnthia Johnson New Sharon, la. 297 Gale Johnson Vicki Johnson Jtan Johnslon Barrel! Jones Deunna Jono New Florence . . , Kirksville Davcnporl. la Arbcia Rolla Jacquclvn Jones Cairo Karen Jones Bctlendorf, la. Thomas Jones Columbia Sandra Jordan Pleasanlvillc, la. Stephen Kcdiey Miles. la. Elizabeth Keller Davenport, la Deborah Kelley Fairfield, la. Gwenilh Kells Russell, la. Bruce Kenney Kirksville Richard Kennev Kirksville Debra Kent I ansas City I eslee Kern Ft. Madison, la. Russell Kershaw Colona, III. Larry Kersten Harlan, la. Nader Khaghani Tehran, Iran Bert Kimble Baring Deborah Kitchen Bevier Daniel Klein Harlan, la. James Klein Charles City. la. ■ ovce Klein Lower Burrell. Pa. Daniel Kliethermes O ' Fallon Blaine Koch St. Louis Kenneth Koehn Marengo, la. Leslie Kohler Kirksville Dennis Kolarik Hannibal Linda Krause St. Louis Linda Kueny Montgomery City Jean Ann Kurz Vandalia David Ladcmann Kirksville Richard Lake Bevier CLASS OF 1972 Robert Bradley checks computers in Data Processing prior to final grade rush. I ..J . ViJV Norma Lamb Lancaster Debra Lambert Purdin Jacquelyn Lampton . . Hannibal Karen Lane LaPlata ' ' » ; Bf .Jh J ' .-i Mary Langston Kinlocli Robert Lank Davenport, la. Jerry Lasswell Carthage, Hi. Ellen l.avinder Benton City Linda Leake New London Joyce Lehenbauer Hannibal Kathryn Lehnhoff St. Charles Kathy Lepley Albia, la. Paul Lesser Bettendorf, la. Joyce Lichte Lexington Kristin Linneman Salisbury Jerry Linson New Cambria Kenny Lippincott Brooklyn, la. Norma Little Ottumwa, la. Janice Livingston Galesburg. 111. William Long . . - -r- ' - " - " " ' Martha Lott . . . . . .V. Kansas City Sherrie Lovland Macon David Lowenberg Hedrick, la. Kathy Luetkemeyer Quincy, 111. Ellen Lumley LaBelle Terrel Mack Kirksville Nancy Madden Fairfield, la. Robert Maddex Lentner Bijan Maheronnaohsh Iran Rory Marner Lone Tree, la. Stephanie Marshall Davenport, la. Janet Martena Laddonia SMarcia Masters Chariton. la. John Matecko Peabody. Mass. Merle Matney Kirksville Linda Maxwell Vandalia Carolyn May Hurdland Phyllis Mayer Fairfield, la. Lois Mayes Kansas City. Kan. Shirley McAllister Mendon Austin McBee Kirksville Barbara McBee Greentop George McClintock Clinton, la. Leo McCloskey N. Kingstown, R.I. Curtis McClurg Bloomfield. la. Sandra McCollum Farber Vicki McCollum Vandalia Xjary McCormick Batavia, la. Laura McCracken Shelbyville Linda McDannold Middlelown Steven McDannold Vandalia Diana McEwen Leonard . Regina McGlasson Macon Mary Ellen McGrath . . . V. Ferguson 299 Iris McKinncy ' ' " f Nancv McKinncv Waukegan, 111. Gregory McKinnon N - ' w London, la. Richard Mcchan L ' nivcrsuy City Fred Mcoks " ' hel Clyde Meier Des Moines, la. Marilyn Meier St. Louis Diana Mellon Centcrville, la. Lawrence Merrick Corydon, la. Pamela Mcstemacher Florissant Margaret Milder Oltumwa, la. Ronald Miller Norwalk, la. Sandra Miller Vandalia Steven Mincks Seymour, la. Larry Mitchell Paris Loren Mocs Tipton, la. Duane Monroe Dysart, la. Gerald Montgomery Kirksville Tony Montgomery Linneus Linda Moore Brunswick Lora Moore Marshalltown, la. Barbara Morris Curryville Mary Morris Gorin Slary S. Morris Sigourney, la. Thomas Morris Purdin }eorge Morrison . . . . 7. . Mokane Jahanba Mortezapour Iran Shelby Morton Kirksville r)arrel! Mott ■ ■ -A ' ' " Tatrick Moylan . . . .A ' ? . ' ? West Liberty, la. hyllis Mudd O ' Fallon Maria Mundell . . . .A. New London Myra Musgrove Gorin -Susan Mustain Centralia Llifford Myers Quincy, 111. Frank Myers Sharon, Pa. Anabel Nations Milan ■Nola Neil Brookfield Richard Nelson . . . .4» ©. . I ' ceAS V. " St. Louis Wanda Newland Downing Rosalee Nibarger Chillicothe Gary Nichols Williamstown Yupayong Nimsomboon Thailand Masamichi Nishimoto Japan Pamela Norman Washington, la. Cynthia Norris Otlumwa, la. Mary O ' Brien Arbela Diane OConncll St. Louis Mary Oestrcich Salisbury Harold Ogle Kirksville ik f. ft) " i i % W M l mKjH kx f-i-Tf T r ' " ' P ' 4liii 300 4»» f i V Jk M fl n .% r a ( 1 ft iP .11 % b. M h V -i : i Diana Ponder Kirksville Craig Porter Des Moines. la. Raymond Porter Washington, la. Catherine Powell Montgomery City Lee Powers St. Louis Gene Proctor Bloomfield, la. Michael Proffitt St. Charles Jeannine Pryor Hannibal ' Stephen Pryor . . M-.K . Clinton ■ Miriam Quick Martinsburg, la. Philip Ogle Louisiana Nancy Olander Oelwein, ia. " Marilyn Oliver Fulton Karen Olson Ewing Mary Olson Dallas City, 111. Sharon Orf St. Charles Angeline Orscheln Moberly John Overton Carlisle, la. Phillip Palmer Purdin Kathryn Park Marshalltown, la. JoAnn Parker ■ ■ ■ ■ j t - A Hannibal " Robert Parker . . .r n ' . St. Ann vSusan Parsons Mexico Dennis Pauk Havelock, la. Francis Pauley Newtown Dorothy Pauly Washington, la. David Payne Davenport, la. Patricia Pearson Raytown Harlan Penn Kirksville Thomas Peoples Leonard Sandra Perisho Zearing, la. Svend Peterson Rock Hill Janet Peterson Gorin Randy Petty Mexico NDeborah Placht New Haven CLASS OF 1972 Approximately 500 men reside in Dobson Hall on the east side of the campus. 301 Michael Ouigley Unionville Rila Rac Quinccr Shabbona. III. Robcri Oiiinn Monroe Vicki Rccsc Kirksvillc ara Rac Rcid Davenport, la. Kalhrvn Rennells . Chillicolhe Sieven Rcuihcr . r KP. . RvT? Crcve Coeur Randv Reynolds Kirksville Slephen Rhodes Center Dennis Richardson Kirksville Linda Rickey Winfield. la. David Riedemann Primchar. la. Karen Riley Atlanta Donna Robbins Gorin Juanita Roberts Milan Tarry Lee Roberts Lancaster icki Roberts Victor " Teresa Robeson Moline Nancy Eileen Rock Kansas City, Kan. Jane Rockwell Oskaloosa, la. Beverly Rodgers Winfield, la. Richard Rodgers Winfield. la. ' renda Rodman . . ' .% Florissant Nancy Rook Fulton Marilyn Rooker Ottumwa, la. harles Ross Bynumville Janice Rosser Centralia Kathleen Rudd Eolia Jackie Russell Brookfield Diane Rukgaber Mt. Pleasant, la. Pungchai Saravasee Carbondale, III. Phyllis Sargent Meadville William Sass St. Peters Steven Sayre Unionville James Schieni Salisbury William Schnarre St. Charles , ayne Schoen Skokie, ill. Phyllis Schoonover . . . A Pollock Sharon Schuelz Meadville Hugo Schulien. Jr Hannibal Carol Schumacher Bettendorf. la. Dean Schwartz Ottumwa, la. Angela Seals . ' East Moline. III. Carol Sees Kirksville Terry Schlke Keylcsville John .S ' hri . . C Fallon l)aiyl Shafcr . , Novmger Janice Shaw Curryville Sharon Shaw WarrenUm " " ft ' iliiam Sick St. Louis . 0.f fi ?!i : _ If J ' ib k ■Hl VBI 9 1 9 :6» :M M 202 I Jeri Six Fairfield, la. Tommy Sliinner Hannibal Nancy Slemmons . West Chester, la. Ellen Small Wright City Michael Small Arbela Brenda Smith Ferguson Mid-morning brings a crowd to the Student Union for a break from the daily routine of classes. CLASS OF 1972 :: f f - Aim fO . s3tt Q fS ' u . Daniel Smith Milan Rose Smith Moberly Susan Smola Fulton Rayburn Snell Kirksville Dennis Snider Montezuma, la. Donna Snyder North Chicago, III. Janice Spencer Kirksville Peggy Spencer Hannibal Daniel Spies Park Ridge, N.J. Danny Springer Alexandria Linda Stagner St. Louis Matthew Stallings St. Louis Judith Stanish Webster Groves Jean Sleek Carman, 111. Becky Stelpflug Ankeny, la. T ' eggy Stempel . . .1. r Ar OIlie, la. David Stevenson Elson, la. Janie Stevenson Wheeling Larry Stewart Kirksville Linda Stewart Cincinnati, la. Curtis Stude Warrenton Leonard Sullivan Maryland Heights Jimmy Sumners Madison Chiraporn Suwanraks Washington D.C. Louise Swain Columbia Denna Swan Vandalia V Karen Swanson . Davenport, la. " ifeheryll Swanson . . T . ' y ' . Des Moines, la. Jane Sweares Florissant Michael Swindell Madison Frank Swingel Spring Valley, 111. Deborah .Syferd Macorl Marilyn Sykes Trenton Ali Tamjeedi Iran Bonnie Taylor Lucas, la. 303 Rosalind TeMcr iowa City. la. A „ . ' . T .,. ;:. ; Mfi Ivan Thompson New l-lorence »_ s W k. flF Mary Thompiion Cedar Rap.ds. Ul . HS A ff V Robert Thompson O-Fallon gPS M A A A M 1 Walter Thompson LaPlata ..,,jH| ? ' ' ■ - " ' .»«•• ' V rHf 1 1 William Thompson St. Charles mSS . .j r j Janel Thornburg Pleasantvillc. la. P . . ,.- X x» . M- " - ' Thrasher Shelbyv.lle | ( ' fli V Su anne Threlkeld Macon -( W fc , W ik li ll Frederick Timmcrberg ' Pii ' . T .v )• ..... Valley Park m ¥ ,» « H;?! M I " " Charlene Tipton Quincy, 111 ' . ' -:. -- WS Judith Todd Wiiliamsiown ' - " Ak ' SLlfc .Sfe =j jB Julio Toledo Venezuela f l Jj f l M Marv Tophinke Bowling Green l «?T K i.|B p_«tey, T »-«:I T llf? " Gregory Tracy Decatur, 111. _ T ' _ ' j i ' :Z. ' Kai Hon Tse Hong Kong « Jwte J- TP ' T . ¥i Glinda Tucker Williamstown k Linda Tucker Williamstown B . - ' ■ W W Linda Tuley Hedrick, Iowa W " m ' " " Katherine Turner Aurora, Colorado wZ? k ' Richard Turtle Keokuk, Iowa j h- tWtLr ' Kathryn Tyler Carlisle. Iowa f ( ' k tHk V W James Ulry Louisiana M m «c f fsTSf T ,rJ Robert Utter Columbus Jet, la. Kt JT 3 ' ■ ' ' ' ' " " " F ' ' - " - " ' Sharon Utterback Perry .J L ' ' J ? ' " John Vandike Lancaster kj HK J? " ' ,. ' ' ■■ f ' m " ' " T Dennis VanFleet Corydon, Iowa K fi tk ll ff iS ijflP avid Van Uum Clayton CT J 1 MK l WF ■ .f»«. Patricia Vass Bevier , » • • ' = ' .• ' ' T . K W ' i Lv li( Dennis Veach Kirksville X -T- % -, JT X ' • ' ' • ' Nanet Victor Pevely " V j ' Z ' . Z,- . V Warren Waddell Fox Lake. III. % i ff ' k. JSSk iflBj - •Linda Waddill . . . A ' Z. Brookfield f ppi8» H Jl§|m M. Virginia Wagamon Wellman, Iowa T ' •• W i 1 l nF " Kathy Wagner Lexington ■«te ' ' " J ' - ' " . y SZ- Brian Walker Fairfield, Iowa " ' Ik IL , ■Al ' ii ■ m ' ■ -..—d Sally Walker Fayette " ' i ft C " ' " i George Walter Canton M -, jL J tm J J» ' ?«« % " Marsha Walter .Anna. Illinois ■[ " ' ■ •» hS TB J[ 1 Sherril Warren Chula EAmMH j - " wr 3 ' Daniel Watkins Lancaster JSkI flfek Ruel Way Ashland, Illinois ■ S T «• tf f Donnie Waybill Bloomficld, iowa T ' T ' " ' f K i l Jo Ella Waybill Bloomfield, Iowa ' " " . " y LV Patricia Weary St. Louis . h " St ' 304 Vmi iWSM8® ' «SiSJ«?l««l!«S Robert Wealherford Clarence Clark Weaver Marshalllown, Iowa Gary Webb Ocala, Fla. " iWarren Weber Atlanta ' tarry Weede .... «t ' .K«-® Bloomfield, la. " ' go OTOOLef " Lorraine Weede Bloomfield, la. Anita Weeks Montgomery City Andrew Weisenborn Macon Linda Wells Glasgow Rhea Werts . . . . . Russell, la. Kristin Westoff OTallon Ray Whitacre Madison Donald While Unionville Lois White Farmington, la. Gary Whiteside St. Charles .Larry Whitham Washington, la. Ti wen Whitney Kirkwood Mark Whitney Fairfield, la. Patricia Whitworth Novinger " Janice Widger Ottumwa, la. Jonathan Wilcox LeClaire, la. Judy Wilhoit Clarksville Sandra Wilke Knoxville, la. Alvin Williams St. Louis Kocoa Wilp Silex Christopher Wilson Washington, la. Harold Wilson Revere Jimmy Wilson Milan Ted Wilson Florissant Theodore Windels Meadville Gloria Wiskirchen Ewing Patricia Wittier Chillicothe " usan Woltjen . . K.. St. Louis Johnie Wood La Plata Nancy Wood La Plata Ann Woods La Plata Constance Wright Ottumwa, la. Carla Yager Vandalia Willard Yardley, Jr Kirksville Joan Yates Monroe City Donna Yos . . . . ?... Milan Lynn Zechman Bellevue, Oh. •Barbara Zuehike Winfield. la. CLASS OF 1972 305 can Abcrnalhy Cedar Rapids, la. Ribhi Abuomar Chicago, III. Ncal Acklic kahoka Bobcllc Adams iil • ' ' ■ " ■ ■f ' Dennis Adamson Carlisle, la. Mohammad Afra ' ' ' " ' Cindia Agce Rutlcdge Valorie Ahlhom Macon Morte a Akefi ' r " George Albarl Silex Larry L. Allen Ottumwa, la. Marsha Allen Humphrey Steven Allison Kirksville Carolyn Alvine Ml. Pleasant, la Arlys Anderson Albia, la. Linda Anderson Pleasant Valley. la. Susan Anderson Monle uma, la. Alice Andrews Mexico Karen Appeltauer LaPlata Re a Ariana Iran David Arnold Milan Linda Asher Marceline Zelnia Ashmead Edina Heros Aslanian Iran Emphrem Asress Ethiopia Homer Avis Warrenton Janel Axthelm Ottumwa, la. Anita Bailey New Cambria Steven Baiolto Kirksville Becky Baker Kirksville i athy Baker . . . - Mexico Lcona Baker St. Louis Feridoon Bakhtiar Iran Donna Ball Brookfield " Kathleen Santa Englewood, N.J. CLASS OF 1973 Boiany buffs lake bark sample from a dogwood tree. -.- fh .PI. % 9 €1 Q w John Bargar Macon Michael Barger Kirksville Earlene Barnes Luray Judith Barnes St. Ann Linda Barnes Vandaiia ' -Janice Barnett Bloom field, la. . ' •N " ' J .Mdk 1 O (El a o Joann Bartlett St. Charles Marilyn Barlley St. Louis Nancy Bastian Oregon. 111. Norma Baumann Huntsville Angela Beam Macon Elizabeth Beard Kirksville Paula Beck Manning, la. Charley Beckert Memphis Marilyn Beever Palmyra David Behle Elsberry Shirla Behrens Unionville Karen A. Bell New Sharon, la. Karen S. Bell Newton Regena Bell Kennett Sandra Belville Troy Michael Benda Belle Plaine. la. Patricia Benedict . .A ' y. Hannibal James Benn Frankford Kitty Bennett Shelbyville Janet Benney St. Louis Darlene Benskin Chillicothe Shirley Bergmann Ethel Connie Berlekamp St. Charles Nancy Berry Gait Connie Berryman Pulaski, la. Renae Best Stockton, la. Steven Bettis Davenport, la. Joann Beverly St. Louis Donna Bigham Macon Allen Billman Sigourney, la. Constance Binkley Columbia Rebecca Bird Madison Susan Bishop Lexington Clifford Blackaby Stoutsville Terry Blaise Clarence Rebecca Blanchard Iowa City, la. Elaine Bode Jefferson City Robert Bohrer Monroe City Sue Botham Jacksonville Barbara Bowen Cenierville, la. Jean Bowen Marion, la. Patricia Bowen Shelbyville Richard Bowers Montezuma, la. Kathleen Bowman O Fallon Sherry Breeden Chillicothe Pamela Brengle Paris Marilyn Brenneman Mount Union, la. " =Warren Brewer . .45 . Brookfield John Brickey Birmingham, la. Wilma Brmker New London 307 Vine Brinkschrocda . . . Niola, III. Janel Briswallcr Phvienix, Ariz. Dcxl er Brookhart ■ Quctn Cily Audric Brown Plainsvillc. III. Nelson Brown . Vandalia alricia Blown Blooml ' icid. la. Carl Brovles Moscow Mills Lea Ann Broylcs Kirksville Alice Bryant Udell, la. Karen Buckley Monroe, la. Robert Buckley Danvers, Mass. Virginia Bue Bethel -Elaine Bucll Florissant Nancy Buford Knox Cily Mary Bullard Ashland Linda Bullock La Plata Sharon Burgeois St. Louis Susan Burger Davenport, la. ' TWary Burghoff Bridgeton Susan Burkemper St. Charles Nancy Burkhart Leonard Jamie Burns Bloomfield, la. Judith Burns Glenwood Linda Burns Brookfield Robert Burns Brookfield Billy Burse Macon Kristi Burt Bloomington, III. Michael Burton Kansas Cily Kay Buser Conesville, la. Charlisa Bush Stoutsville Anaclefo Butay, Jr. - Jfj - • Kekaha, Hi. Kenneth Buttgen, Jr. . 9? IS © Davenport, la. Keith Byars Clarence Clara Byrum Shelbyville Rebecca Cafer Vandalia Vicki Calloway Columbia Marcia Campbell New London Richard Canaday Lathrop Judith Carey Macon Marilyn Carothers Salisbury Calhs Carter Kirksville Gianna Carter Brookfield John Carter Maywood Gregory Caster Otuimwa, la Jenifer Ca tonguay Newton, la. Christine Catron Lewistown Kcm Cavanah Marceline Marcia Cech Grundy Center, la, Ronald Chacey Packwood, la. m 6 fSJ; iW ' 308 Marcia Chamberlain Atlanta John Chaplin Ottumwa, la. Pintip Chaunipluk Thailand Joe Chinn Powersville Daniel Christensen Cedar Rapids, la. Gary Christy Humphreys Scientific techniques learned by agriculture students are valuable outside of class. CLASS OF 1973 Lois Christy Revere Cynthia Chumbley Trenton Barbara Clark Monticello, la. Candance Clark Ottumwa, la. Linda Clark Powersville Mary Clark Louisiana Michael Clark Ottumwa, la. Regina Clark Edina Stuart Clark Paris Louise Clavin St. Louis " Barbara Cleveland Donnellson, la. " arah Clinton . . A A Stow. Oh. Mary Cochran Middletown Shelley Cochran Des Moines, la. Shirley Cochran Milan Steven Cochran Franklin, III. Jacqueline Coffey New Sharon, la, Kenneth Cohen Olivette Valerie Coil Mexico Robert Cole Washington, la. Brenda Collins St. Louis Rebecca Conover Galesburg. 111. Fred Contralto, Jr Bevier Larry Cooper Troy Debra Cope Johnston, la. Sharon Copenhaver Kirksvllle Paul Copenhaver Bowling Green Deborah Cory . . . Quincy, III. Freddrick Couch Milan John Cowen Packwood, la. Harris Cowgill Milan Connie Crawford Memphis David Crawford dalt Brenda Cribb La Plata Marcella Crump Ashland 309 Freshman Debbie White cheers the team and leads the crowd in Bulldog support. CLASS OF 1973 Priscilla Dandridge St. Louis Dennis Danforth Williamstown John Daniel Palmyra Louise Daniels Victor, la. Sherl Daniels Novinger William Daniels Kirksville William W. Daniels Kirksville elinda Davis Kearney Debra Davis i Unionville Debra Sue Davis Mexico Linda Davis Kirksville Roger Davis Fulton Judith Davidson Canton. Oh. Dc Vonna Day Lewistown Deborah Deason Me. ico Jane De Bruin Hannibal Larry Dc Clue Si. Louis Debra Dcicrlinc Buffalo, la, Daniel Dclarm Si Charles Angclo De Luca St, Louis Craig Derby Des Moines, la. Timothy De Roo Hannibal John Dersham Columbia Carol Dever Mexico Kay De Yarman Urbandale, la. Kristina Cullen Tt. Madison, la. Richard Curio Brentwood, N.Y. Patricia Curlott . . . East Moline, 111. Frederick Curry . Hale Brenda Curtis Kirksville Martha Curtis Gait Mary Curtis Laddonia Jane Daggett Earlham, la. Peggy Daily Lock Springs David Damron Kirksville jj - »33 • - - ■ !R ffl 310 Larry Dickinson Jamesporl Carolyn Dietrich St. Ann Lawrence Dillcs HI St. Charles Anthony Di Maria Lodi, N.J. Keith Dimmitt Ottumwa, la. Joyce Divelbiss Lexington Karen Dobbins Wellsville Gary Dolbeare Shelbina Sandra Donath Emden Lee Ann Donovan Fulton Terry Dooley Queen City Clarence Dottrey Kansas City Diana Douglas Hallsville Rick Douglas Oskaloosa, la. Elizabeth Downing Paramus, N.J. Sandra Doyle Center Sharren Drury Marshalltown, la. Alan D ' Souza Kirksville Denis Du Beau Columbia Dixie Duffield Huntsville Julie Duitsman Amboy. III. Judith Durbin Moberly Karen Dwyer Si lex Nancy Dwyer Silex Terry Dykstra Oskaloosa, la. Mary Eads fr . . Burlington, la. " Patricia East J X, St. Louis J o Ann Eastman St. Louis Linda Ebeling Gorin Raymond Ebker Washington Judy Eder Wayland Patricia Edwards Chula Jane Ehrich Laclede Peggy Eitel Gait Karen Elliott Davenport, la. iClary Ellerhrock . . .r : St. Louis Marilyn Ellsworth Novinger Linda Elliott Seymour, la. Ann Elsenrath Fulton Nancy Erickson Pulaski, la. Vickie Ertel Greentop Bob Ervin Seymour, la. John Ervin Kearney Karen Evans Clark Janis Ewens Centralia Michael Fairfax Kirksville Sharon Falkiner Bevier Edmond Fawks Salisbury Claud Featheringill Casper, Wy. Diana Feese Kirksville 311 Vickie Hennewald B«n " n City ' jller Kinch . . tf K Bciu-ndorf. la. Kalincll Kinkc Bowling Green Roger Finkc . . Colc.ml.us Jcl., la. Donna Fischer . " ' " y Judith l-ishcr Mexico Juhe Fisher Green City Jan Fletcher DeWill, la. Arthur Flynn West Orange, N.J. Donna Fohey P ' ' ' ' " Gary Fort Wellsville Leota Fort Louisiana Bennie Forrest Huntsville Freddie Foster Newton Sarah Foster Selfridge, Mi. Janis Franzen Hannibal Ted Freel Carlisle, la. Vivian French Palmyra Carolyn Frevert Fayette Mark Friedman . . ( .Q Florissant Joan Fromme .... ?. St. Charles Carl Fry St. Ann Sonja Frymoyer Bloomfield, la. Margaret Fussell Ferguson Vickie Fye Ollie, la. Pamela Gabler Lisle, III. Linda Gagnon Wheaton, III. Karen Galloway Kirksville Annie Gandy St. Louis Curtis Gannon Chillicothe Gayla Gardner Edina John Gardner Kansas City Paul Garnell Madison Lucinda Garuin Macon Norman George Ottumwa. la. John Georgetti Kirksville Jane Gevecker Jefferson City Walter Gilbert Shelbina James Gillam Gibson, la. Rita Gladbach ! .... La Plata Betty Gladney LIsberry Linda Glammcyer Chana, 111. Terry Glandon , Washington, !a. TJonald Glascock . . (, 0. . bjAQ.o ' t. " .... Palmyra Linda Glase Milan Jane Godfrey Powersville Patricia Goeke Jefferson City Jill Goepferl Arlington Hts., 111. Gregory Goodell Washington, la. Joyce Goodman Rose Hill, la. i ' ' Wf? fmjj , m ? " a Hf . ■m J 312 CTf - Y 1 fT? r -f Julia Haley Harris Cvnthia Hall Canton % f . SLmy- Doris Hall Klemme, la. Kenton Hammer Washington, la. y ' i - 1 Richard Hammon Ottumwa, la. yr ' A Sherry Hammond Granger V Brenda Hamor Montezuma, la. J:1 J John Hancock Monroe City ? " ( W MT - ' ' ' ' " " " Wheeling " SKT ' I DeRaye Hansen Clinton. la. Diane Gordy Bloomfield, la. John Gorham LaPlata Robert Gorzynski Chicago, 111. Sharman Gott OIlie, la. Edward Gough Shelbina David Gould St. Louis Elizabeth Graff Kirksville Patricia Grant Columbia Joyce Grawe Laddonia Elizabeth Green Frankford James Green LaPlata Glenna Greening Shelbyville Jana Grieg W. Des Moines, la. Betsy Grice Browning Donnald Griffin Monroe Kathey Griswold Shelbina Eddie Groff Montgomery Carolann Gronewold Quincy, 111. Connie Gruer Auxvasse Linda Guilford Keytesville errie Gwinner . . . H X Hannibal Patricia Hagemeier Elsberry Elizabeth Haile Iowa City, la. Bethsheba Haines OIney Judith Halev Bowling Green CLASS OF 1973 Fraternity active shows new pledge how to properly place his pledge pin. 313 La Vcrn lliiniis . . Oysart. la. Lvnnc Harbison . Rii.hland, la. Gerald Hardin ll Madison, la. Penny Hurkcy . Kirksville Barbara Harland Shclbina Zclla Harlow New London Virginia Harman Keytesviile Harold Harness Ottumwa, la. Kalliy Harris . . A Kirksville Patricia Harris Kirksville Cary Harshman Rockport, 111. Linda Harler Davenport, la. Connie Hariung Clarence Jo Ann Hariung Macon Linda Haun New Cambria Charles Hausgen Elsberry Patrick Hawkins Shelbina DeElta Hayes Brunswick James Head Novelty Ruth Healy Fulton Steven Hebron Ottumwa, la. Loraine Heddleston Ames, la. Katharine Herboth Mexico Christopher Heller Keokuk, la. Andy Henley Mercer Valerie Henry Moberly Floyd Hensen Winfield Cecily Hensley Pleasant Valley, la. .Thomas Hermsen . . Newton, la. tawrence Hern . Ajt ' ■ ■ UE Mendon Mary Herndon Macon David Hess Macon Michael Heyn Ferguson Peggy Higdon Leon. la. Deborah Hightower Hannibal Pamela Hill Bloomfield, la. Gary Hillebrand Niles, 111. Liza Hintz Wellsville Rebecca Hix Kirksville Cathy Hodapp Harlan, la. Phyllis Hogge La Belle Larry Holder Madison Dennis Hollingsworth Paris N Leslie Holtsman Louisiana Deborah Hoover . e,.. , ■,. j Des Moines, la. oger Hoover . ! . . . . .J. ' .VY F„„on Steven Hopkins Ramsey, N.J. Mary Hoskins Richland, la. Janice Houf Fulton Caria House La Belle - k It fS- O f ' V. t ( • ' mti s JL. 314 Jane House O Fallon Brenda Howard Elsberry Janice Howard Wentzvijle Kathleen Howd Mexico Shirley Howerton Hurdland Dan Hubacek .... Cedar Rapid.s, la. Fall registration creates long lines, tired feet, and impatient longing for class cards. CLASS OF 1973 Pamela Huber New Cambria Darlene Hulberl Coon Rapids, la. Aleta Hummell Stockport, la. Debby Humphrey Troy Joyce Humphreys Humphreys Joy Hunt Bloomfield, la. Neva Hunziker Kahoka Belynda Hurst Bridgeton David Hyatt Bowling Green Judy Ide Shelbina Roger Imhof St. Louis Craig Irsch Kirksville Susan Isley Medill Eugene Jackson Wellsville Roy Jackson Gall Yvonne Jackson Lancaster Robert Jacobs Fremont, la. Randy James Hurdland David Jamieson St. Charles Sharon Jansen Sutter, 111. Diane Jarboe Holliday Daniel Jaspering ■ Warrenton Nancy Jenkins Bowling Green Marilyn Jerome Greenlop Janice Jobusch St. Ann 315 Freshman learns trampoline techniques in women ' s physical educalion class CLASS OF 1973 Charles Jones Queen City Eldon Jones New Cambria James Jones Paris Marian Jones Farber Nancy Jones La Plata VShirley Jon Wapello. la. Clara Jordan Wheeling Thomas Jordan Clinton. la. Marsha Justice Memphis Willard Justus Clarksville Mary Kampeter Farber Gale Kallelmann . Bowling Green " ary Kauffman . .C?. Leonard Amy Kawado Makawdi, Hi. Rebecca Keck Palmyra Patrick Kedley Miles, la. Paul Kehoe Peabody, Ma. Rodney Kellison Kirk.sviile Keith Kelso New Cambria Brenda Kemp Kirksville Donna Kendrick St. Charles Thomas Kendrick Shelbina Sharon Kenney Allerton. la. " Deborah Kern Blairstown, la. Marsha Kcrner Des Moines, la. Walter Johncssee Hannibal Deborah Johnson Hannibal Donna Johnson Eolia Gregory Johnson Vandalia Linda Johnson Kansas City Marilyn Johnson Waterloo, la. Marjorie Johnson Salisbury Richard Johnson Cincinnati, Oh. Carol Jones Keytesville Cathy Jones Humphreys [ja s -. C 1 w 316 ' ' ' pfeft ' r to I f . ' p) e. 9 f .9 , .» 6 f A A A «? Bruce Kerr Carlisle, la. Ho.sseln Khaluali Iran Hosstln Kian Iran Kathleen Kiernan St. Charles Craig Kilmer Cedar Rapids, la. Betty Kimball Mercer Melanie King Milan Robert Kinsinger Belle Plaine, la. Edward Kirkpatrick St. Charles Debra Kizzire Milan Michael Kloske Bridgeton Donald Knoche Nauvoo, III. Colleen Knock Bowling Green NCaren Koenig . . I(s Webster Grove Iraj Kohzadi Iran Marilyn Kraus Luray Susan Krieger Mt. Union, la. Matthe Kriegshauser Edina -Michele Krink Greentop Conrad Kroeger Ewing Connie Kruse What Cheer, la. Rodney Kubichek Blairstown, la. Connie Kuhlman Brunswick ' Andrea Kuhns Kansas City ' Marilyn Kurz . . Zi Vandalia Linda Lambert Purdin Richard Lampkin Washington, la. Michael Latcham Montezuma, la. Marjorie Lagemann Elsberry Charlotte Lane St. Catharine Christopher Lanham Monroe •v Robert Lapsley Kahoka Hichard Larsen St. Louis Daniel Larson Ml. Pleasant. la. David Lasswell La Belle Cathy Lay Greentop Janet Lay La Belle Mark Lay Queen City George Lee Peabody, Ma. Harold Leeper Ottumwa. la. Robert Legler Knoxvilje, la. Kevin Lehrman Mechanicsville, la. William Lemons Palmyra Janice Lennox Kirksville James Leslie Creve Coeur Patricia Lessman Hiawatha, la. Mary Lewis Revere Jane Lewton Hannibal Rebecca Lincoln Charlotte. la. Charles Lindquist LaPlata 317 David link KirksvillL- Calhcrinc I inl? Crawfordsvillc. la. r.li abclh I.isk . Os kaloosa, !a, Gary Litlrcll Armstrong Palritia Little Canton Susan Litlrcll Nc« Cambria Gregory Lloyd Kirksville Connie Lockard Atlanta Edward Loman St. Charles Kathleen Long Sturgeon James Lough Bloomfield. la. Cheryl Love LaPlata Rebe ' eca Love Clarksville Michael Loveless Washington, la. Robbie Ludy Jonesburg Raymond Lussier Peabody, Mass. Charles Lutz Neighbors Richard Madden Kirksville Linda Magnus Mexico Donna Magruder Keytesville Nancy Magruder St. Charles Sheila Mahoney Winterset. la. Alcidean March Kirksville Riad Marie Jordan Linda Marra Baring David Marshall Revere Linda Marshall Kirksville Charles Martin Wyaconda Edward Martin Revere Mary Martin Ft. Madison, la. Sharol Martin Bloomfield, la. Victoria Matarazzo Huntington, N.Y. Ronald Mathews Trenton Robert Maul Memphis Michele Maurer Belton Larry May Grinnell, la. Larry May Browning Kathy Mayo Hunisville Mahmo Mazandaranian Iran Amy McClintock Monroe NiJoyd McCollum f. Zi ' ' .. f . . . Smithshire, III. Robcri McCollum Clarence Claudia McConnell Nevada, la. Larry McCoy Troy Joan McDevitl Traer, la. Sydney McDowell Kirksville Cheryl McFlroy Oitumwa, la. Richard McKown Monroe City Melinda MvKay Knox City Betty McLip Bevier ' . © (5- f 318 o ii ' " " ara Moran . . ' .vT Leawood, Ks. Darlene Mordt Warrenton Carole Morgan Sewal, la. Jay Morgan Kahoka Margaret Morgan Hannibal Ricky Morgan Ottumwa. la. Thomas Morrison Collins, la. Barbara Morrow Seymour, la. Judy Motter Kirksville Suzanne Moxley Rothville Jimmy McNew Bettendorf, la. Terry Meek Mexico Max Mefford Shelbina Zahra Mehraban Romulus, Mich. Rae Meinhardt Luray Michael Messmer Affton Bruce Mestad Evansdale, la. Charloue Meyer Center Jerry Middleton Pulaski. la. Robin Mika . . . f f Livonia, Mich. John Millemon Princeton James Miller St. Louis Linda Miller Ottumwa, la. Marie Miller Memphis Robert Miller Cedar Rapids, la. Thomas Miller Davenport, la. Trudy Miller Mt. Union, la. James Mills Keytesville Kathy Mills Mexico Sheila Minor Stoutsville Rebecca Mitchell Olds, la. Debra Moeller Stockton, la. Marilyn Moore Corydon, la. Martha Moore West Branch, la. Linda Montgomery Linneus CLASS OF 1973 Sophomore reads The Iliad on the library steps preparation for literature class 319 William Muenks Fullon Frank MacMullins Glenwood Kenntlh Mulvihill Waukcgan, 111. Jeffrey Mundy Indianola. la. Ruth Murphy .Mlania Launce Musloe E ' ' ' " Evalee Myers Ballimore, Md. Kerry Myers Sandusky, Ohio Bahr ' am Nabavian Montreal, Canada Manoutchch Nabavian Iran Abdolmohamm Namazee ' ran Grace Newell Powersville Theresa Newton Bevier Carolyn Nichols Centralia Mary Niehoff Troy Ruth Niemeyer Bowling Green jenifer Nolan Perry Mohamad Noorzad Iran Lena Norman Bevier Steven Nuhn Macon Patricia Obcrman Curryville Peggy Ochs St. Charles Connie O ' Dear Ewing Leona O Donnell O Fallon Elvira Oesch Hannibal Jacquelyn Ogden Otlumwa, la. Barbara Ogle Center Marcia Olson Ottumwa, la. Vilail Oonhateparuk Los Angeles, Calif. Sharon O Rourke Hurdland Diana Orr Marion, la. Sue Ortberg Columbus Jet. la. Jean Ostrander Otlumwa, la. William Otto Harris Charles Oyler Kirksville CLASS OF 1973 Torchlight parade opens Greek Olympics competition in the fall. fliMi i ) k rrS n? V a. ' 5 Nancy Ozenberger Florissant Irene Pajarillo Eleele, Hawaii Deborah Paris Hale Tanya Parnell . . 2! J_. . . Colorado Elizab eth Parsons Novelty Belinda Partin Kirksville «- J k. . tf h. a w f % P H fT r ' |3| -w Linda Pasvogel Tipton, la. Don Patterson Edina Ronnie Patterson Brashear Deborain Paule St. Charles Leann Paulsen Dysarl. la. Connie Peak Shelbina Harry Pearl W. Des Moines. la. Rebecca Pearson Guthrie Ctr.. la. Judy Pease Vandalia Cynda Peasel Troy Gladys Peloquin Macon Judy Perisho Zearing, la. Marsha Perry Novelty Danny Peters Cotter, la. Janice Peters Vandalia Larry Peters Grundy Center, la. Cheryl Peterson Wayland, la. Janice Peterson West Branch, la. Joan Peterson Trenton Susan Peterson Novinger Pamela Petre Macon Janice Petree Kirksville Becky Phillips Rose Hill, la. Kendra Phillips Moulton, la. Linda Phillips Me.tico Martha Phillips Holcomb, 111. Vonda Phillips St. Ann ' N ' atricia Pickering Powersville Paula Pickett Lancaster Gary Pieper O Fallon Mary Pierson Kirksville Shirley Pierson Green City David Plunkelt Ewing Francis Poland Powersville Brenda Porter Memphis Barbara Porlnoy Philadelphia. Penn. Robert Powell Kirksville Onia Powelson Foley Tieng Pra.sal Thailand Mary Prewitt Ottumwa, la. Kurt Pritchard Buckingham, la. Leo Proltsman Ml. Pleasant. la. Adrian Quintin Greentop Chrisann Raabe Letts, la. Margaret Raining St. Louis Robert Ramsey Burlington, la. Sharon Reading Hannibal David Rector Macon Lynn Reifert Muscatine, la. George Reindel Queen City 321 Rebecca Rcsnick H;innibal Anthony Rhoades Hannibal Rila Rhoades La Plata Kalhy Rhoien Carlisle, la. Robert RIcardelli Bedford. Mass. Mildred Rich Crawfordsville. la. George Richardson . Unionville Rebecca Richey Dcs Moines, la. Robert Ricker Portage, Ind. Anna Rieck Macon Brenda Riley Kirksville kathryn Riley Brookfield Ricky ' Riley Kirksville Sonia Rinkenbcrger Bloomfield. la. Michael Riordan Peabody, Mass. George Rives Louisiana Nelda Roach O ' Fallon Judith Robbins Palmyra Caria Robinson Kirksville Deborah Robinson Green City Peggy Robinson Elsberry Thomas Robinson Waukegan, III. Betty Roderick Kirksville Chloe Rogers St. Peters Lee Rogers Novelty Barbara Rollins Kirksville Elizabeth Rosebery Des Moines. la. James Rosebery Kirksville Carol Rouse Green City Jo Ellen Ruddell Chicago. III. David Rude Pocahontas. la. Kenneth Ruediger Ferguson Dana Ruhl Hannibal Emilia Sabado Kaumakani, Hawaii Marilyn Salfen Bowling Green Nicki Sample Ottumwa. la. Marjorie Sanders Creve Coeur Rebecca Sanderson Bowling Green Carter Sappington Bucklin Jennifer Sawyer Rolla Mary Schaberg Florissant Grace Schaefer South Amana, la. Judith Schaeffer St. Charles Michael Schaffer Canton Daniel Schlipf Atlanta Wayne Schnarre St. Charles Carolyn Schnelle Pollock Wendy Schnelle jH Hannibal Anna Schnirch Kirksville Nancy Schriefer Lexington 322 Amanda Schroeder Brrdgeton Phil Schuchman Kirksville Rebecca Schuster Annada Rochelle Schutjer Gorin Eileen Schurk .... Ft. Madison, la. " Michael Scott Kansas City g m Ernest Bowers sorts campus communications in the central mail office. CLASS OF 1973 Tryphena Scott Kirksville Janet Searcy Kirksville Jenny Sefrit Kirksville Bradley Selby Kirksville Mavoureen Sellens Bethel Rita Sellers Iowa Diana Seymour Biggsville, III. Mohammad Shafizadeh Iran Mary Shannon Williamstown Catherine Sharp Callao Ricky Sharp Hamilton, la. John Sheppard Orillia. Ontario Charles Shoults Lancaster Sherne Shoush .- . . . Macon Brenda Shulse Center Patch Sidlhisomvong Thailand Dennis Sieger Iowa City, la. Edward Signaigo Clayton Cindy Simmons La Belle Bruce Simons Eolia James Simpson Novelty Esther Skinner . .A.%, . Tuscola, 111. James Slaton Madison Kenneth Slaughter Queen City Kenneth Slentz Canada Mark Slocum Memphis Philip Slocum Allona, N.Y. Jimmie Small Baring Betty Smith Stoutsville Carolyn Smith Milan David Smith Harris Hardie Smith Kansas City Luanne Smith Moberly - — Sandra Smith Ferguson Stephanie Smith Carlisle. la. 323 Rosalind Rada concentrates inlenily in typing a letter in accurate form. CLASS OF 1973 Susan South Hallsville Ken Sparks Queen City Mary Spaun Hannibal Carol Speck St. Louis Patty Spencer La Plata Mary Spiers Wellsville " " Rebecca Squires Ferguson Audrey Stanek Hawk Point Thomas Stanek Kirksville Barbara Stangeland Manson, Iowa Debra Stark Frankford Doris St. Clair Kahoka Anne Steffensmeier Fort Madison, Iowa James Steinbeck Rubio, Iowa Cathy Sterling Laredo Jean Stevenson Bettendorf. Iowa Laurie Stites Urbandale, Iowa Carolyn Stokes Novinger Lynn Stolte Barry, III. Mary Stout New Sharon, Iowa William Slradt Bcttendorl. Iowa Cynthia Strand Central City. Iowa Lrnestinc Strickland New Hartford Rebecca Suddarth Clarksville Tiini SuKir Jonesburu Susan Smithson LaPlata Pat Snapp . , . . f. Harris Carol Sneed Ferguson Deborah Snell Canton Leslie Snellgrove . . . . Florissant James Snodgrass St. Louis Rodney Snodgrass Palmyra Charles Snowbarger .... Queen City I Charlotte Sojka .... Riverside, Iowa Deborah Sorrells Moline, III. ® © !? A H 324 n -x H %l (P Joyce Switzer Bucklin Ardilh Syfert Keosauqiia, la. Anita Sykes Hurdland Judy Tate Fulton Shigeo Tau Ishigaki, Okinawa Curtis Taylor New London Linda Taylor St. Louis Thomas Taylor Kansas City Marie Terry Macon Vicki Terry Farber Steven Thomas Ottumwa, la. Randall Thomas New Cambria Jo Ann Thompson St. Charles Mark Thompson Kirksville Mona Thompson Fulton Penelope Thompson Ottumwa, la. Michael Thornburg Moberly Vicki Thorpe Des Moines, la. Terry Thurman Atlanta Kenneth Tiller Laddonia Phyllis Tindal Washington, la. Jimmy Titus , Collins, la. Theresa Todsen . . M. 2 Camp Springs. Md. Connie Tomich Kirksville Gerald Trauger Rothville Sirichai Tridhavee Bangkok, Thailand Paul Triplet! Linneus Carolyn Tucker Bloomfield, la. Thomas Tucker Fairfield, la. Denise Turner Paris James Turner Kirksville Elizabeth Twyman Triplelt Charles Tyree Brookfield Pamela Underwood Winfield, la. Jerry Valentine Powersville Marion Valentine St. Louis Beverly Van Baalen Newton, la. Doyle Van Dyne Seymour, la. Steven Van Horn Purdin Soms Viwatanavongsa Bhuket, Thailand Phyllis Wade Kirksville Carol Waggener Lewistown Richard Waggener Kansas City William Waggoner Elsberry Pamela Wagner Unionville, la. Larry Walker W. Liberty. la. Harold Walters No.vinger Willa Walters Novinger Sonja Ward Vienna, Va. Pamela Wares La Plata 325 » ' , " ■ - " M Dian;i Walkins Shclbina Michael Walkins Ouuni a, la. Phans Walt . Green City Janis Weaver ..f " T Kathy Webb Clarksville Valhrvn Webber Des Moines, la. Margaret Weber St. Charles Mar Webster Kahoka Steven Weeks , Washington, la. Noyce Wehdc 4iu l ' ' ' " " " ' ' " Donna Wehmeyer Ferguson Jeanne Weir Floris, la. David Welch Kirksville Sam Wcnger Wayland, la. Donna Wescoti Wright City Lav anah Wheatley Mexico Jo Wheeler Ferguson Teresia Wheeler Kirksville " Ceborah While Ottumwa, la. Edward White St. Peters Jay White Elsberry John While Shelbina Lorene White Farmington, la. Marilyn White Macon, III. Rebecca White Crawfordsville, la. Stephen While St. Louis Katherine Whitsel O ' Fallon Stephen Wideman New London Rowena Wiggins New Cambria tephen Wilcox Des Moines, la. Renee Wilken Milwaukee. Wis. William Wiley Grinnell, la. Connie Williams Humphreys Connie S. Williams Kirksville Janice Williams Ottumwa, la. Rose Wommack Eolia Therese Wolfmeyer ; Palmyra David Witte Rhineland Susan Winter Betlendorf. la. Jane Windier " EE ' ' ' " ' ■ ' " Rick Wilson Traer, la. Maureen Wilson Wentzville Mary Wilson . . . .J .A,X Mt. Pleasant, la. Mark Wilson Jefferson City James Wilson Kirksville Lowell Wills Lake Bluff, III. Kalhryn Wills Ferguson Cheryl Willows Hannibal . Tcd Williams Shelbina Michael Williams .. .«? Washington. la. f 2 326 Dana Woodling Purdin Linda Woods Jonesburg Paul Woods LaPlata Marv Wormsley Kirksville Muhammed Wuhush Jordan Nancy Wyhs St. Charles Roger Wyrick Hamilton, 111. Donald Yager Center Marie Yahn Richland, la. Betty Yeldell Hannibal Cynthia York Clarinda, la. Rejeana Young Hannibal Roger Young Crawfordsville, la. Timothy Young Ottumwa, la. Kathleen Yount St. Louis Kavoos Zarie ' ■ ' 3 " Robert Zerull Moline, 111. Donna Zimmerman New Florence HATIDNOm • r ti College art is displayed in window of new First National Bank building. CLASS OF 1973 Sun rises above the dark shadows of Dobson Hall and cam- pus telephone wires. 327 Blickhan, Mullendore Edit INDEX The 1969-70 INDhX was cdiled by Larry Blick- han. fall, and Jim Mullendore, winter semesters. Un- der their leadership, the IN DFX. which is a weekly publication of the College news, presented the student body with campus news, and an innovation to this year ' s publication was the inclusion of national topics. Many students throughout the year took advantage of expressing their views through " Letters to the Lditor. " Several students submitted poetry, book re- views and various columns to the INDHX during the past year. Advertising sales for the INDEX were made by Henrv Shebit . Nancy Fountain provided the staff with comprehensive coverage of the administrative offices and John Lu hn and Rich Lucas served as sports edi- tors. Photographs for the 69-70 INDEX were taken by Kerwin Rohr who received several number one ratings for his photographic abilities. The INDEX was under the advisorship of Joe Galkowski. Larry Blickhan edited the INDEX during the fall semester. Winter semester editor, Jim Mullendore, ponders over copy with Nancy Fountain. Sheila Caldwell and Joan Boheen prepare copy lnr ihc «cckl piihlicalion. i 328 BRKaiCtlVi ' lht ' J : » ' y-?«nWKVtr» - - " N- ' , nr,,; Henry Shebitz looks over copy as advertising manager. Photographs for the INDEX were taken by Kerwin Rohr. Jim Mullendore meets with Senator Richard Southern to discuss the April 7 school tax referendum. Sportswriling was covered by Rich Lucas durmg winter semester. 329 ECHO staff members Louis Hamilton, Rhea Weerts. Sheila Cald»ell and Carla Jackson dKcfc veaibook fUes. 0»»er 300 campus jMctures were taken bv Kerain Rohr for the ' 70 ECHO. Layouts for the yearbook were edited by Larry Lamberson. Bradshaw Leads Yearbook Staff Spearheading the 1970 yearbook staff was Perr Bradshaw. a philosoph major from Kirksville. Selecting the theme of ap- proaching the new decade of the seventies. Bradshaw designed his introduction to the yearbook as a recap of the past decade and introduced his outlook for the seventies. Beckv Inlow co-ordinated the business functions of the year- book while Phvllis Scoii. Carla Jackson. Larry Lamberson, and Richard Demaresi completed the editorial staff. Campus photographs for this year ' s publication were supn plied b Kerwin Rohr and Farshid . ssassi. Other photographic contributors included John Kenney. College publicit staff, and Glenn Rider, commercial photographer. Other staff members coniribuiing to the production of the yearbook included Cathy Powell. Louis Hamilton. Ann Wright. Ann Leone. Henry Shebitz and Brenda Riley. The 1969- ' 70 ECHO was the largest (page-wise in the his- tory of the College. The ECHO was under the advisorship of JoeGalko »ski 330 A Perr. Bradsfaaw. edhor. and Joe Galkowski, advisor. «fiicass pictnc »declion. Cathy Powefl types ECHO copj dmag earij -0— - i ii.4iki Keepuig up ECHO recorcb ss the dsty of Breada Riley. f CapaaiBi : : - - . i-idxte b Fardnd Asassa. , p " a 331 I I I 4 The Seventies are now truly upon us. UndoubtcdK they have come too quickly for some. Many of us find ourselves prisoners of the past, unwilling to become citizens of the present. A luckier few have already made themselves an indispensible part of the decade, and their concern has guaranteed them a large share of the future. Among these people I must include the members of my yearbook staff who. at the expense of their free time, spent so many hours creating the 1970 ECHO. To them I can only express my deepest thanks for a tremendous effort. To the students of NMSC 1 can only express my own impotent uish that the I970 ' s will finally bring peace to all of us. Perr Brjdshaw. tdiior Beckx Inkiu. Bus. Mgr. 4 332 ECHO L DEX StJU ' zs. ' ■iHIUgJ f i llH cneac AVES A: ACS»r - ' t BxBea.OaiBl? ■ I US.i4S JK BaaiE33. 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CakffcWB. yisrl-TU 2 C CaleLDaaBer2fi.:3 Ode-Laceaas Cafe.EeaiieEt3a» Cafe-Sfeer tS CofeS! COLfiZ CoBar COU-Z ox I ' ■ - »- --! r -iff. T,-- -via2S3 319 CjLins. Saiir. ' JI8.273 •r:i:cc 7- : :233 i2S4 : :- ■ - . - " 3.27? OlK.C «tS« Ccvis Cocct CooFt - .?-» Owpt : ' i.24 ' - Coo c . . -- 0»iiper..binss273 Choper. Larrr 309 C«fR.Deiira309 Cape- TtaK£?t2« 2 7 OHii. 11 111;- 3? Cfirrturi; CbfNskxver .■ : - .: .i4.t4r.l3». U8I.38S CaraB. Seevea I:M Carttes. E i«?r 34 33a Cornwell. Bruce 247 Cornwcll, Kosi ' marv 168,179 Cortolvof;. M;iriia 279 Cory, btboruh Iti8.;t09 C osscy. Connie 247 Costa! Vincent 247 Collom, KiUi 129.279 Collrell. Hich;ird 141.294 COl ' NSKI.IN(; TKSriNO 61 Couch. KrciWnck 309 Couchiiian. .Ijck l.!7.247 Couchman. Linda 115.2;i2 COINCII. I ' OKKXCKP. CHILDRK.N 100 Courtney. Barbara 6.168.294 Covev. Barbara 247 Covilli. Konald 176.294 Cowen. John 200.226.229.309 Cowgill. Harris 174.309 Cox. Dale 114.247 Cox. Ted 247 Cox, William 294 Cragen. Lois 135.152.279 Craig. Paul 38.90.91 .92.133 Craig. Paul Lynn 247 Crane. Margaret 118 Cranston. David 279 Crawford. Barbara 279 Crawford. Connie 247 Crawford. Connie Lee 309 Crawford. David 309 Creegan. Dennis 232 Cribb. Brenda 309 Crim. Donald 150 Cnm. Joyce 104.247 Crist. Andrew 247 Crist. Marv 247 Crist. Raymond 78 Croarkin. Eugene 178.67 Croarkin. Karen 76 Cronbaugh. Bonnie 146.294 Crooks. Korest 69 Crosby. Clyde 294 Croskery. Connie 279 CROSS-COLNTRY 200 Cross, Loren 112 Crouch, Carol 279,141 Crow. Frances 114,279 Crowell, Garv 232 Crull. Joyce 103.104.105,93,131, 279 Crump, Jav 92,157,294 Crump, Marcella 146,309 Crutchfie ld, Terrell 247 Culbertson. Janice 141.144,147 Cullen. Bernard 294 Cullen.Kristina 106.168.310 Cummings. Donald 187.192.195. 196.188.197 Cunningham. Wendell 247 Curio. Richard 170.310 Curlott. Patricia 129.310 Currell. Patricia 248 Current. David 218 Currie. Charles 117.207 Currie. Maj Donald 84 Curry. Frederick 116.113.310 Curry. John 279 Curtis. Allan 96.132.248 Curtis. Brenda 310 Curtis. Dale 294 Curtis. Franklin 279 Curtis, Martha 310 Curtis, Marvin 294 Curtis. Marv 310 Curtis. Ronald 248 D DSouza. Alan 311 DSouza. Anthonv 115,82 Daggett. Jane 135.310 Daggett. Terry 279 Dahlberg, Michael 186 Dahms. Beverly 100.142.162 279 Dailev. Marivs 94.113,166.248 Dailv, Joseph 279 Daily. Peggy 310 Daley. Evelyn 134.248 Dam ' pier, Stephen 248 Damron. David 151.310 Dandridge.Priscilla 117.310 Dane. Marcia 279 Danfelt. Lewis 149,70 [)anforth. Dennis 310 Daniel. John 310 Daniels. John 110.120.248 Daniels. Louise 310 Daniels, Sherl 310 Daniels, William H, 310 Daniels, William W 219,310,218 Dannull.Jack 124.279 Darwent. Bettie248 DATA PROCESSING 63 Dause. William 279 Daughertv. Sue 168.279 Davenport. James HI. 141. 294 Davenport, Steven 294 Davey. Frank 95.9 ' 6.110. 113. 248 David, Benny 84 Davidian, Hamazasb 294 David.son. Judith 149,310 Davis, Belinda 310 Davis, Darl E 294 Davis, David A 117.202,279 Davis, Debra L. 164.310 Davis. Debra S 6.310 Davis. John A. 279 Davis. John W 122 Davis. Judith 248 Davis. Dr Larrv 78.124 Davis. Linda L. 310 Davis, Linda S. 129,248 Davis. Marilyn 248 Davis. Nanette 138 Davis, Roger 310 Davis, Ronald A. 221,222,224 Davis. Ronald D 124 Davis. Victor 248 Davison. June 294 Davolt. Gary 294 Dawson. Clay 70 Dawson. Kathleen 70 Dawson. Randall 187.294 Dawson. Sharon 156.162.279 Day. De Vonna 310 De " Bruin.Henny6. 160.310 De Bruin. Margaret 279 De Clue, Larrv 187.310 DeJong. Bo yd 294 De Meulenaere. Rose 279 De Priest, Linda 294 DeRoo. Timothy 310 De Witt, Chervl 98.103.294 De Witt. Gwendolyn 103.105 De Yarman. Kay 310 Deachasiri. Damrong 233 Dean, John 170,294 Dean, Susan 139.156.164 Deason. Deborah 147,160,310 Dednck, John 279 Deem. Brenda 294 Defebo. James 279 Defiore. Louis 233 Deierling, Debra 310 Dejong. Sherrill 107.156,168,248 Delarm. Daniel 310 Dellavedova, Cathy 248 DELTA SIGMA THETA 159 DELTA ZETA 154 Deluca. Angelo310 Demarest, Richard 113.114.142. 248 Demarest. Roger 113,114 Demry. James 248 Denney. Wayne 200.224 Dennis, Garv 127 Dennis. Wilfiam 187 Depuy. Letty 294 Derbv. Craig 176 Derby. Gary 248.310.218 Derr. James 214.248 Derr. Steven 279 Dersham. John 310 Devaul. Sandra 135,141,152.248 Dever, Carol 103.310 Devore. James 248 Devore. John 294 Dew. Jacqueline 117 Dhammongkol, Jinda 233 Di Maria. Anthony 311 Dickerson, David 176.248 Dickerson, Michael 103,114.248 Dickey. Frank 116,279 Dickinson, Larry 311 Dickson. Margaret 294 Dieterich, Virginia 279 Dietrich. Carolyn 311 Dilks. Lawrence 311 Dillinger, Marsha 233 Dillinger. Wayne 233 Dimit. James 80 Dimmill, Keith 311 Disilvestro, Wayne 216 Ditmars. Ruby 93.94.103.113,248 Divelbiss. Joyce 161,311 Dixon, Donald 248 Doak, Robert 279 Dobbins, Karon 311 Dobson. Maurine 129.294 Dodge. .John 279 Doggett. Stephen 294 Dolan. Dr Joseph 72 Dolan. Michaer248 Dolbeare. Gary 311 Donath. Sandra 311 Donovan. Lee 311 Dooley. Terrv311 Dorsey. Danny 96.157,248 Dorson, Roger 294 Dottrey, Clarence 200,220,311 Dou, Terry 294 Dougherty, Deborah 294 Dougherty, Dennis 279 Dougherty, Dr James 73,202.210 Douglas. Diana 311 Douglas. Martha 279 Douglas, Rick 311 Dowell, Beverly 141,248 Dowell, Edward 141,294 Dowell, Zelma 113,249 Dowlatshahi, Manouch 279 Downing, Anna 74 Downing, Elizabeth 311 Doyle, Sandra 164.311 Draper, Kathryn 294 Drennan, Marilyn 294 Dreyer, Allan 103,249 Dreyer, Thomas 170,294 Drumgoole, Kevin 294 Drummond, Gary Lee 279 Drury, Sharren 311 Dry, Bernice 74 DuBeau, Denis 311 Duda, Mildred 101,103,249 Duden, Tom 13,19,70 Dudley, Terry 279 Duer, William 249 Duffey, Helen 6,164 Duffield, Dixie 311 Duitsman, Julie 135,311 Dullea, Daniel 249 Dulse, Richard 126 Duncan, Nancy 294 Duncan, Phillip 180.120,279 Dunn, Michael 279 Durbin. Judith 107.131.142,311 Durham. Gwendelyn 67 Durham. James 202 Durham. Winfred 96.112.67 Dusek. Howard 176.249 Dwver. Dorothy 249 Dwyer. Eugenia 94,249.135.152 Dwyer. Karen 135.152.311 Dwyer. Mary 294 Dwver. Nancy 311 Dwyer. Sandra 152.294 Dye, Jimmie294 Dvkstra, Sherry 279 Dykstra, Terry 311 E Eads, Mary 6,164.311 Eager. Marilvn 98.142,294 Easley, Kathryn 249 Easlev,Kathv 101.279 East, Patricia 6.166.311 Eastman. Jo 164.311 Eaton. Belwin 112 Ebeling. Linda 311 Eberle, Mary 146 Eberlin, Richard 294 Ebker, Raymond 311 Eccles, Becky 134,279,146 ECHO STAFF 330,331 Eckardt. Joe 127,295 Eckhardt, Mane 295 Eder, Judy 311 Edgington, Gary 176,249 Edgington, Karen 249 Ediger. Dr Marlow69 EDUCATION 68,69 Edwards, James 55,67 Edwards, Nancy 233 Edwards, Pamela 279 Edwards, Patricia 311 Ehrich, Jane 101,146,311 Eickmann, Paul 295 Eiselt, Thomas 295 Eisenhower. Steve 279 Eitel. Charol 129,295 Eitel, Peggy 103.125,311 Eitel. Sherry 114,249 Elam. Charles 58 ELEMENTARY MA.JORS CHORUS 146 Elkin. Rick 102,103.110.116.178, 249 Ell, Janet 103,279 Ellebracht. Eleanor 77 Ellenberger. Sally 93,113.144,249 EUer, John 115,295 Eller, Dr. M. F. 82 Ellebracht, Pat 82 EUerbrock. Mary 162,311 EUerhoff, Janet 279 Elliot. Karen 161.311 Elliott. Lenvil 186.193.195 Elliott. Linda 311 Elliott. Marcia 135.152.279 Elliott, Martha 295 Ellis, Linda 93.103.249 EUiston. Bobbretta 117.159.279 Ellsworth. Marilvn 311 Elsenrath, Ann 311 Emerick, Marv 249 Emerick, Paul 249 EMERITI 87 Emerv, Jean 279 Emke, Mary 295 Engel, Mary 103,249 ENGLISH CLUB 98 Eno. Jackie 124,249 Ensminger, Kathleen 152 Enyeart. William 249 Ephrem, Asress 109 Epperly. Delores 107.280 Epperson. Beth 118.250 Epperson. Sherry 160,295 Erb. Joyce 164.280 Erickson, Nancy 311 Erikstrup, Donald 180,250 Erson. Gregory 186 Ertel. Vickie 311 Ervin. Bobbie 311 Ervin. John 311 Erwin. Al 280 Essock. John 121 Evans. Bonita 103.134,280 Evans, David 132,133.144.150, 148,149,280 Evans, Denman 80 Evans, Elizabeth 69 Evans, James W. 127 Evans, John 141,253 Evans, Joseph 126,280 Evans. Karen 311 Evans, Patricia 98 Evans, Ron 106 Evans, Ruth 280 Evans, William 28,170.280 Everman. Gary 250 Ewald. Charles 295 Ewens. Janis311 EXTENSION 61 Fairfax. Michael 121.311 Falkiner, Sharon 311 Faris. Philip 100.107.176.250.228 Farley. Richard 250 Farmer. James 181.250 Farmer. William 280 Farnsworth, Michael 132.133.144. 150.149.151 Farr. Linda 113,250 Fast, Dr. Charles 73.112 Fast. Glenn 110.157.186.250 Fawks. EdmondSll Fear. Deanne 295 I 336 Featheringill, Claudia 129,311 Featherston, Linda 280 Fedali. Elizabeth 135,152,166 Feese, Diana 107.143,311 Feldmanll, Arthur 280 Feltz, Ronald 120,250 Fench, Wallv218 Fennewald. Vickie 312 Fenton, Marilvn 280 Ferguson. James 92,96,110,250 Ferguson, Ruby 295 Fessenden, Deibert 250 Fessler, Dennis 280 Fett, Susan 295 Fevurlv, Tommy 127,280 Feys. Barbara 104,295 Finch, Kathy91 Finch, Walter 179,312 FINE ARTS 71 Finke. Katinell312 Finke, Roger 312 Finlev. Helen 93,94,103,113,142,250, 97 " Firks, Mark 144,132,150,295 Fischer, Donna 312 Fiscus, James 280 Fisher, Cvnthia 145 Fisher, Judith 312 Fisher, Julie 312 Fisher, Marv 101,102,280 Fisher, Sharon 250 Fitzsimmons, Helen 149 Fitzsimmons, William 70,148,149 Flack, Betty 280 Fleak, Kenneth 99,295 Fleddermann, Diane 280 Fletcher, Jan 312 Flowers. Dr. Joe 76,119 Floyd, Richard 280 Flvnn, Arthur 312 Fo ' glesong. Richard 127,295 Fohev, Dorfna 312 Foley, Michael 295 FOOTBALL 186 Force, Peggy 295 Ford, Rosemary 295 Forness, Kathleen 6, 164 Forrest, Bennie 312 Forsythe, Terry 108,295,118 Fort, Gary 312 Fort, Leota 312 Fortney. Larry 106,173.238,250 Fosse, Donald 250,170 Fosse, Marv Anne 168.250 Foster. Freddie 312 Foster. Sarah 312 Foster, Shirlene 295 Foudree, Betty 250 Foultz, Carl 96,250 Fountain, Nancv 280,166.113.93 FOUR H CLUB 125 Fouts. Ruth 118.250 Fowler. Wavne 280 Fox II. David 180.250 Frahm. Susan 280 Francis. Nicholas 220,200.224 Franke, Gordon 120 Franklin. Dennis 187 Franklin. Jane 295 Franzen, Janis312 Fray. Tana 250 Frazer. Patricia 295 Frazier, Dr. Elizabeth 79 Freel. Ted 174.312 Freeland. Dr. Max 80 Freeman. Carol 104,105,113,250 Freeman, John 186.220 Freitag. Robert 280 French. Vivian 117.312 Frenzen. Darold 295 Frenzen. Ronald 176,250 Frevert. Carolvn 101.134.312 Fridley. Patricia 6.129.168.280 Friedman, Mark 179.312 Fritschel. Dr Arthur 57 Fritz. Michael 280 Fromme, Joan 168,312 Fronevberger, David 96,111,180 280 Fronevberger, Lane 134,152,295 Frueh, Donald 280 Frueh, Sandra 280 Fry, Carol 312 Fry, Deborah 295 Fry, Elizabeth 251 Fry, John 251.126 Frye, Isaac 200 Frye, Francine 102 Frye, Mary 295 Frymoyer, Sonja 312 Fuenfhausen, Annetta 295 Fuka. Robert 1.35.202.204 205 206 216.240.251 Fulbright, LaRhonda 6,7.168 Fulks. Sharon 295 Fulton. Alfred 117.187 Funkenbusch. Rogena 251 Fuoto. John 144,151,295 Fuqua, Barbra 295 Fussell, Margaret 312 Fye, Francine 134,251 Fye, Vickie 134,312 G Gabel, Ruth 146,161,280 Gabler, Pamela 312 Gagnon, Linda 312 Galdbach, Marie 103 Galey, Jan 251,107 Galkowski, Joe 56,331,74 Gallion, Ted 187, Galloway, Karen 105,312 Galvan, Sally 280 GAMMA DELTA 142 Gandy, Annie 312 Ganjani. Khosrow 295 Gannon. Curtis 312 Gantt Jr.. L.James 91.116 Gardner. Gayla 312 Gardner. Gwennyth 105.295 Gardner, HoUv 164.295 Gardner. John 312 Gardner. Kenneth 73.200.201.224 Gardner. Larry 220,224 Garnett, Paul 312 Garr, Pauletta 141,125,251 Garris, Carol 251 Garris, Charles 126,251 Garvin, Lucinda 312 Gass, Kathleen 140,280 Gastler, Olinda 94.144,149,132, 151,251 Gaus. Linda 251 Gebelein. Douglas 170.280 Geib. Victor 295 Geisendorfer. Patrick 141 Gentile. Barry 251 Gentile. Janice 251 George. Jo 119.143 George. Norman 312 Georges. James 166.220 Georgetti. John 312 Gephardt. James 186 Geredine. Thomas 186,220 Gerken,Darvl 153.181.295 Germain. Carolvn 103.145.280 Gerritv. Valorie 295 Gerrity. Col. John 84,85 Gettings, Diane 295 Gettings, Greg 280 Gevecker, Jane 161.312 Geyer. Robert 176.295 Gharakwanian, Hriab295 Gheens, Judith 116 Gheens. Sallv 101 Giebelstein. ' Shervl 168 Gilbert. Goldie 103.140.145.251 Gilbert. Kathleen 6.101,164 Gilbert. Michael 135.216.217.251 Gilbert. Walter 312 Gildehaus. Dale 186 Giles. Janice 139.280 Gilger. Loretta 251 Gilkerson. Faith 103.251 Gilkerson. Jovce 103.146.251 Gill. Jackie 161,296 Gillam, James 312 Gillam, Jeffrey 296 Gingrich. James 124.133,147,251 Gingrich, Nancy 147,152,161 Giovanazzi. Regina 233 Gladbach, Marie 116.296 Gladbach. Rita 312 Gladney. Betty 312 Glammever, Linda 312 Glandon. " Terry 312 Glascock. Ralph 312 Glase. Linda 312 Glaser. Celia 144,147,251 Gliem, Larry 251 Glore, Judyth Glover, Claire 135,152,251 Glover. Kenneth 280 Glover, Mary 251 Gnuse, Reve 6,97,113,296 Gobble, Connie 166 Goble. Daniel 178.251 Godfrey, Jane 312 Goeke, Patricia 6,161 312 Goepfert, Jill 312 Goetze, John 87 Goins, Dr. Massye69 Goldman, Helen 6,128,156 166 GOLF 218 Golick, Ronald 252 Golston, Beverly 101,280,102 Gomez, Vera 233 Gonnerman. Edna 252 Gooch. Garv 96.280 Good. Edward 280 Good. Marv 296.129 Good. Rodnev 126.252 Goodell. Gregory 147,312 Goodman, Cheryl 134,296 Goodman, Dianna 103,280 Goodman, Jovce 103,312 Goodwin, Meryl 135,152 Gordanier, Richard 252 Gordon, Bennie 172 Gordon, Jeannie 103.135.152,166, 296 Gordy, Diane 168.312 Gordy, Gary 103.114.252 Gorham. John 313 Gorzynski. Janis 252.313 Gorzynski. Robert 157 Gosch. Gereldine 65 Gosser. Bruce 252 Gott, Sharman 313 Gottman. William 110.147 Gough. Bettv Louise 98.164.296 Gough. Edward 312 Gould. David 312 Gowdy, Shirley 115 Gower. Jerri 164 Grace. Margaret 102.296 GRADUATE STUDIES 58 Graff, Deborah 129.239,252 Graff. Elizabeth 100 Graff. Frank 187,312 Gramann, Rita 58 Gramling, Linda 252 Grant, Patricia 312 Grant, Wayne 296 Grasdorf . James 252 Graser. Dennis 176 Gravemann, Terry 114.296 Graves. Donald 117 Graves. Katherine 97.280 Grawe. Jovce 312 Gray IH. Eugene 100 Gray. Dennis 118.280 Gray. Lucinda 296 Gray. Paul 151.296 Greeley. Charles 98.74 Green, Barbara 252,280 Green, Donald 174.186,280 Green, Elizabeth 312 Green, Emil 61.112 Green. James 312 Green, Jessica 135,152,296 Green, Judith 296 Green, Martha 105,125,134.141 296 Green. William 133.144.147.280 Greene. Daron 172.187.296 Greening, Sharon 296 Greening, Glenna 313 Greening, Virginia 6, 118,164 Gregory, Louie 117,202,208 Gregory, Robert 113,119,292 Greig,Jana 6,166,313 Greve, Robert 252 Grice, Betsv 151.312 Grice. John ' 147, 151. 296,313 Grieshaber, David HI Grieshaber. Edith 96.166.280 Griffen. Richard 296 Griffin Jr.. Thomas 296 Griffin, Christopher 124,280 Griffin. Donald 313 Griffin. Martha 280 Griffin. Rebecca 296 Griffin. Steve 147,178.252 Griffith, Carroll 296 Grimes, Paul 233 Grinstead, Linda 135.152,296 Grishaber. Sylvia 252 Grissom. Dr. Loren 69 Griswold, Kathey 134,313 Groff, Don Groff, Eddie 252,313 Groff, Robert 174,220 Groharing, Gwendolyn 101,113.281 Gronewold, Carol 147,313 Gronewold,Rolletla281 Gronewold, William 281 Gross, Rockne 95.113 Grosso. Jamie 168,252 Gruening. Thomas 135,186,191. 252 Gruer, Connie 91,101,102,113,313 Grugin, Richard 281 Grueich. Marilee 98.296,134 Gruwell, Larry 127 Guilford, Linda 313 Guinn, Gloria 144.147.148.161 Gustafson. Richard 100,103.252 Guzman. Charles 220.229 Gwinner. Terrie313 H Haack, John 281 Haack, Sharla 296 Haage, Esther 142,296 Haak, Patricia 281 Haase, Kenneth 296 Haber, David 252 Hack, Peggy 104,105,252 Hack, Ronald 252 Hackmann, Gerald 281 Hacknev, Laura 296 Haedt, Ronald 296 Hagan. Donald 55 Hagar. Mona 296 Hagemeier, Patricia 313 Hagerla. Deborah 252 Haggard. Patrick 281 Haggv. Marilvn 281 Haile ' , Elizabeth 313 Haines, Bethsheba 313 Hale, Loretta 97,103,281 Halev, Julia 162,313 Halev, Sharon 252 Halfertv, Jack 253,296 Halfertv. Paul 233 Hall, Cvnthia 313 Hall, Doris 105,313 Hall, Margaret 296 Haller. Beth 164.296 Hallev. John 253 Halter. Elizabeth 93.103.144.253 Hamill. Linda 115.281 Hamilton. Diana 281 Hamilton. Louis 117.130.281.330 Hamm. Bonnie 281 Hamm. John 233 Hammer, Kenton 119,313 Hammerbacher. Larry 253 Hammon. Richard 132,151.313 Hammond. Omar 296 Hammond. Sherry 313 Hamor. Brenda 313 Hancock. John 313 Handlev. Kathv 161 Hane. David 174.313 Hanington.Gail 129 Hanna. Joyce 101.103.106.107.253 Hansen. De Rave 313 Hansen. Mark 287 Hanslow.Darrell 281.178 Hanus. La Vern 170.314 Happhan. Ronald 176 Harbison. Lynne 314 Hardin. Gerald 314 Hardy. Michael 170 Hargrave, Ronnie 281 Harkey. Jerry 281 Harkey. Penny 314 Harland, Barbara 314 llarland. Charles 281.119 Harlev. Sharon 166.253 Harlow. Zella 314 Harman. Alan 281 Harness Jr.. Harold 314 337 Harrington, Arthur 78.110 Ilarris. Deanna 253 Harris, Deborah 132 Harris. Greta 139. l.S9,6.281 Harris, Herman 297 Harris. JudvR, 253 Harris, Karen 28 Harris. Kathy 150.161 Harris. Palriria 314 Harris. Patricia 297 Harrison. Carolyn 118 Harrison. Russell 56 Harrison. Sandra 101,132.253 Harrison, Sharon 134,297 Harrison, Stephen 281 Harrison, Stephen P. 253 Harshbarger, Harold 92,281 Harshbarger, Kent 157,178 Harshman, Gary 146,314 Harter. Kathy 103,114.297 Harter, Linda 138 Harting, Steve 137,175,220 Hartie, George 77,187 Hartley, Linda 152,166 Hartley, Margaret 2.53 Hartsock, Carol 253 Hartung, Connie 314 Hartweg, Keith 126,253 Hartweg, Sharon 253 Hassell. Karen 103,118,253 Hassen, Hassine 281 Hassman, Dotta 98 Hatfield, Martha 134,281 Haun, Linda 314 Hausgen, Charles 314 Hawk, John 219,218 Hawk, Rebecca 297 Hawk, Tom 281 Hawkins, Patrick 314 Hawkins, Sandra 281 Hawkins, Sara 146,116 Hawkins, Cheryl 253 Hawkins, Wayne 281 Hayden, Constance 297 Hayden, Gerald 297 Hayden. Jerrv281 Hayden. Terry 281 Hayes, De Etta 314 Hayes, Jannis 152,253 Hays, William 253,116 Hazen, Diane 103,297 Head, James 314,147 Headv, Joan 281 HEALTH AND P.E. 72,73 HEALTH SERVICE 64 Healy, Ruth 314 Hebron, Steven 114,314 Heddieston, Loraine 147,141,314 Hedgecock. Martha 146,253 Heerboth, Katharine 140,151,314 Heinike, Gary 127,297 Heitz, Albert 281 Helenthal, Carol 101,146,253 Helfrich, John 253 Hellehthal, Marsha 281,134 Heller, Christopher 314 Helms, Max 281 Helton, Lorren 253 Henderson, Darwin 106 Hendren, Dennis 111,253 Hendriks, Holly 103,254 Hendrix, Marvin 127 Henkle, Sharlene 129,254 Henley. Andy 314 Henness. David 281 Henry, Valerie 314 Hensen, Floyd 314 Hensen, Samuel 281 Henslev,Cecilv314 Hcpker, Robert 135,187 Heppermann, Kenneth 124,181,254 Herhold, David 297 Hermsen, Kristy 297 Hermsen. Thomas 314 Hern, Lawrence 147,179,314 Herndon, Mary 314 Herron, Judy 297 Hervev, Linda 254 Hess Jr., William 281 Hess, David 314 Hesse, Elizabeth 101.297 Hessel. James 254 Heun. Linda Dr. 74 Heun, Richard Dr. 74 Heunemann, C. U. Dr. 74 Hevencr. James 254,170 Heyn, Michael 149.314 Hicken. Naomi 297 Hickio. Mclvin 297 Hickman. Robert 281 Hickman. Willie 186 Hicks. Sherry 281 Higdon, Peggy 314 Higgins. Charles 254 Higgins, Mary 281 Higgins, Robert W. 254 Higgins, Thomas Dr. 70 Highland, Regina 36 Hightower, Deborah 314 Hilkowitz, Steve 254 Hill, Pamela 1.32,314 Hillebrand. Gary 314 Hilton. Steven 96,147.157.177.254 Hines. Albert 173.210.2.33 Hines.Brenda 147,159.254 Hines. Jack Dr. 82 Hinman. Pamela 101,103,109.168. 254 Hinton, Brenda 117,159,254 Hintz, Liza 314 Hinze, Garv 145,254 Hirner, Timothy 281 HISTORICAL SOCIETY 114 Hitchcock, Robert 170 Hix, Rebecca 314 Hixenbaugh, Linda 254 Hoch, Arnold 233 Hodapp, Cathy 314 Hodapp. Roger 135,210,282 Hodson, Nancy 233 Hoekstra, Marcia 115 Hofer, Nancy 168,282,6 Hogg, Geoge 282 Hogge, Phyllis 314 Hohstadt, Donaleen 282 Holder, Janet 144,282 Holder, Larry 181,314 Holder, Lonnie 254 Holderieath, Harry 97,110,254 HoUiday, Gary 103,282 HoUingsworth, Dennis 314 Holman, Wendell 233 Holmes, Al 222 Holmes, James 187,216 Holmes, Stephen 282 Hols, Deborah 254 Holt, Elizabeth 74 Holt, Stephen 121,174,254 Holthaus. Christine 103 Holthaus, John 254 Holtkamp, Carol 161,198,199,297 Holtsman, Leslie 314 Holtsman, Ronnie 170,255 Holzhauser, Betty 282 Holzmeier, Al 58,95 , Homan, William 297 HOME ECONOMICS 65 HONORARY ART 145 Hood, Lawrence 172,282 Hooker, Michael 186,188,216,217, 282 Hoover, Deborah 314 Hoover, Roger 179,314 Hoover, Sandra 255 Hopfauf, James 137,255,220,225, 200 Hopkins, Michael 233 Hopkins, Steven 314 Hopmann, Shirley 103,119,156,92, 94,113,168,282 Hopphan, Ronald 255 Horack, Edward 170.282 Hornbeek, David 228 Home, Marcheita 117,282 Horton, Linda 255,135,152 Hoskins, Mary 314 Hotop, Vicky 161,282 Hotte, Lucien 135,124,174,175, 220,224 Houck, Dale 282,102 Houe, Janice 314 House, Carla 314 House, Jane 315 House, Karen 282 House, Larry 297 House. Pamela 233 Houser, Norman 255 Houston, Vicki 282 Hoveydai, Shahrokh 109,297,126 Howard Jr., .lesse 147,255,121, 173,117,157 Howard, Brenda 315 Howard, Janice 105.315 Howard, Larry 177,297 Howard, Mary 297 Howard, Rebecca 147,144 Howd, Kathleen 315 Howe, Bennie 174,297 Howell, Carol 147,297 Howerton, Diana 142,297 Howerton, Shirley 315 Howery, Roger 282 Hradek, Lanny 202 Hrstka, Deborah 282 Hrstka, Robert 282 Hsi, Pai-Tai 233 Hsieh, Yu-Chi 109 Hsiao, Kaw 233 Hsiung, Beb-Chyi 233 Hubacek,Dan315 Hubbard, Rita 282 Hubbartt, Donald 282,126 Huber, Pamela 315 Huddleston, Joe 84 Hudgel. Joan 255 Hudson. Gary 297 Hueffmeier. Rita 131.282 Huff. Patricia 135.152.282 Huff. Roger 282 Huggins. Larry 297 Huggins. Stanley 297.210.213 Hulbert.Darlene 315.101 Hulen. Nancy 282 Hull. Charles 177.297.218 Hull. Stephen 255.96.127 Hull, Susan 297,101 Hullinger, Jean 297 Hulse, Laura 67 Hulse, Mary 255 Hulsebus, Gail 134,297 Hummell, Mary 255 Hummell, Aleta 315 Humphrey, Debby 166,315 Humphrey, Susan 106 Humphreys, Joyce 315 Hunt, Bruce 50,51 Hunt, Cheryl 297 Hunt, John 282 Hunt, Joy 168,315 Hunt, Ronald 220 Hunter, Joan 75 Hunziker, Neva 315 Hupfer, Nancv 118 Hurst, Belynda 138,152,315 Hurst, William 282 Hutchcraft, Larry 137 Hutcherson, Richard 150 Hutchinson, Julia 233 Hutchinson, Oran 255,96 Hyatt, David 315 Hyde, Gene 255 Hyland, Regina 255 I Ide, Judy 315 Ifland, Kathryn 166,297,138 Imhof, Roger 174,315 INDEX 328 INDUSTRIAL ARTS 126 Ingels, Katherine 140,107 Ingerson, Judith 100,167,150,255, 101,102 Ingram, Joyce 282 Ingrum. Barbara 128.168.282 Inlow. James 282 Inlow, Rebecca 111,168,37,8,92.93, 282 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 157 INTERNATIONAL CLUB 108 INTRAMURALS 226 Irsch. Craig 315 Irwin. Gary 124,255 Irwin. Shirley 114,233.115 Isaacs, Johnny 297 Iseli, Kathleen 297.167 Isely. Susan 315 Isley. Colleen 297.164 Itchner. Janna 102.255 Izadi.Mostafa 297,109 Jackson, Al 221 Jackson, Beverly 297 Jackson, Carla 140,255,330,98 Jackson. Carmen 297 Jackson. Danny 124.282 Jackson. Eugene 315 Jackson. Martha 255 Jackson. Roy 315 Jackson, Ruth 297 Jackson, Willette 117,282 Jackson, Yvonne 315 Jacobe, Asa 297 Jacobs, Patricia 102,113,282 Jacobs, Patricia S. 101,97,113, 103,282 Jacobs, Robert 315 Jae Jr., James 50 Jaeger, Thomas 282 Jaffe. Michael 255 James. Art 103.120.157.178.255 James. Cynthia 145.167 James. Gregory 297.124 James. Randy 315 James. Steven 282 Jamieson. David 315 Jamison. George 87 Jansen. Alan 297 Jansen, Sharon 315 Janssen. Alan 174 Jao. Shih-Yung 233 Jarboe. Diane 315 Jarvis. Larry 151 Jaspering. Daniel 315 Jay. Janet 297 Jefferson. Mark 181.283 Jen. Ling-Ling 109 Jenisch. Barbara A. 297.167 Jenkins. Barbara I. 159.156.255 Jenkins. Nancy 315 Jenkins. Ronald 172.117 Jensen. Alan 297 Jensen. Eugene 170 Jepson. Christopher 255 Jepson. Deborah 233 Jepson. Dr. Mary 70 Jerome. Anne 255 Jerome, Clinton 126.255 Jerome. Marilyn 315 Jessee. Jeff 67 Jewett. Robert 255 Jobe. Joyce 114 Jobusch. Janice 315 Joens, Rita 131 Johanning, Deon 186 Johnessee, Walter 316 Johns, Carol 297 Johns, Jean 283 Johnson, Aubrey 196,197,173,220, 221,222,117.95.283.35.187 Johnson. Claude 297 Johnson. Cynthia 297.107 Johnson, Deuana 117,283 Johnson, David 283 Johnson, Donna 283 Johnson, Donna S. 152,316 Johnson, Earl 255 Johnson, Gale 297 Johnson, Gregory 316 Johnson, Jessie 255 Johnson, June 159,117,106,283 Johnson. Linda 117.316 Johnson. Lynn 96 Johnson, Margaret 256 Johnson, Marilyn 316,161 Johnson, Marion 112 Johnson, Morris 178,256 Johnson, Nancy C. 283 Johnson, Nancy L. 283,256 Johnson, Patrick 126,256 Johnson, Richard 316 Johnson, Terry 124,256 Johnson. Vicki 297 Johnston, Janie 103,283 Johnston, Jean 297 Johnston, Steven 256 Jones, Barrett 297 Jones, Beverlv 101,102,283 Jones, Carol 3l6 Jones, Cathy 316 Jones, Charles 316 Jones, Cheryl 256 338 Jones. Connie 75 Jones, Creola 58 Jones, Deanna 297 Jones, Derrv 139,164,256 Jones, Eldofi 150,316 Jones, Elna 151.149,283,105 Jones, Jacqueline 167,93 Jones, Jacquelyn 128,297,113,97, 103 Jones, James 316 Jones, John 283 Jones, Karen 296 Jones, Larry 103.125.141,93.256 Jones. Marian 316 Jones. Nancy 316 Jones, Randall B. 120 Jones. Ronald 177.283 Jones, Shirley 316 Jones. Stanley 117.172.256 Jones. Thomas 297.127 Jones. William 103.116.114.256 Jones. William Edwin 120.256 Jordan. Clara 316 Jordan. Sandra 297.101.142 Jordan. Thomas 316 Jorgenson. Dale 149 Jorgenson. Rebecca 149 Joyce. Susan 145.256 Judd. Ronda 103,101.161,256 JUNIORS 272 Jurgensen. Jeanne 256.283 Jurgensen. Mary 256.8 Jurkins. Stephan 136 Justice. Marsha 316 Justice. Mary 134.283 Justus. Willard 316 K Kaenilai, Praneet 233 Kaleta Jr.. George 177.186.256 Kampeter, Mary 316 Kao.Pen-Ning 233.100 Kapfer. Dayid 175.256 KAPPA ALPHA PSI 172 KAPPA MU EPSILON-GO-GO PLEX 119 KAPPA OMICRON PI 104 Karel, Leon Dr 71 Kas. Pen-ning 109 Katona. Frank 283 Kattelmann. Gale 102.316 Kauffman, Mary 6.169.316 Kautz. Paulette " 93. 198.278.283 Kauzlarich. Dr. Charles 66 Kawado. Amy 316 K-DETTES 139 Kearse. Beverly 135,146.152.256 Keck. Rebecca 167.316 Kedley. Patrick 316 Kedley, Stephen 297 Kedro. Madonna 256 Kehoe. Paul 316 Kehrer, David 147 Keith, Carolyn 256 Keith. Sue 256 Keller. Elizabeth 139,140,297 Keller. James 283 Kellev. Deborah 297 Kelley. Jo 283 Kellison. Rodney 316 Kellison. Ronnie 283 Kelts. Gwenith 105.298 Kelly, Thomas 186 Kelsick. John 256 Kelso. Keith 316 Kemner. Linda 256 Kemp. Brenda 316 Kendall. Linda 256 Kendrick. Donna 316 Kendrick. Thomas 316 Kenney. Bruce 175.298 Kenney. John 56.78 Kennev, Richard 175,298 Kenney, Sharon 105,316 Kent. Debra 98.298 Kerby. Dareld 96 Kern. Deborah 108.316 Kern. Leslee 298 Kerner. Marsha 316 Kerr. Bruce 170.317 Kershaw. Russell 141.298 Kersten, Larry 181,210,298 Khaghani, Nader 298 Khalvati, Hossein 317 Kian. Jossein 317 Kibler. Florence 77 Kiefer, Nancy 102.135.152 Kielty. Kenneth 234 Kierrian. Kathleen 317 Kilcoyne. Stephen 177,256 Kilmer, Craig 170,317 Kimball. Betty 317 Kimble. Bert 170.298 King. Boyd 73.202.208 King. Helen 134.283 King, Melanie317 Kinoshita. Hideaki 256 Kinsinger. Daniel 178 Kinsinger. Robert 317 Kinyon, Terry 283 Kirchberger, Frederick Dr. 71.149 Kirk. Gregory 257 Kirkpatrick. Edward 317 Kirks. James 103.257.111 Kirmes. William 103.157,170.283 Kitchen, Deborah 146.298 Kitts, Dr. William 82 Kitzman. Charles 257 Kizzire. Debra 317 Klahs. Loren 107.140,257 Klein. Daniel 92,110.175,210 Klein, James 298 Klein. Joyce 298 KUethermes, Daniel 298 KUnger, Alan 283 Kloske, Michael 317 Klug. Corban 283 Knierim. Celeste 135.152.167 Knifong. Dyle 283 Knobes. Dr. Pauline 82 Knoche. Donald 317 Knoche. Kathleen 101.103.134.283 Knock, Colleen 102,113,317 Knop. Larry 175 Koch. Patricia 283 Koch. Elaine 6. 165 Koch. Robert 298 Koch, Susan 283 Koehn. Kenneth 170.298 Koenig. John 110.178.283 Koenig. Karen 6.7.167.317 Koerner. Jeffrey 121.257 Kohlenberg. Mary 76 Kohlenberg. Dr. Gilbert 111.114, 115,143,82 Kohler, Leslie 298 Kohzadi, Iraj 109,317 Kolarik. Dennis 298 Kolb. Stephen 283 Kolkmeier. Brenda 144,147,257 Kolkmeyer, Stanley 149 Konski, Anthony 257 Koontz, George 110.181.257 Koraknay, Jeff 187,196,246 Korrell, William 220 Kottabi, Jamal 283 Kowalke, Leroy283 Krass, Leslie 58 Kraturerk, Songsri 108,257 Kraus, Marilyn 317 Kraus, Vonda 105,283 Krause, Linda 93.167.198.298 Krieger. Susan 134.317 Kriegshauser. Matthew 317 Krink, Michele 162.317 Kroeger, Conrad 317 Kronsbein. James 187 Kruckenberg. Kama 23.91.129,150, 237,257 Krueger, Mark 120 Kruse. Connie 317 Ku. Joseph 115.82 Kubichek. Rodney 317 Kueny. Linda 132J49.151 Kueny. Suzanne 144.283.298 Kuhlman. Connie 317 Kuhns. Andrea 317 Kunzler. Dr. William 42,58,130 Kurland. Allen 283 Kurtz. Dean 132.133.144.151.257 Kurz. Jean 298 Kurz. Marilyn 105,134,317 Kwakbumrung, Valai 108,283 Lacey, Gary 187,216,283 Lackey. Kerry 124.283 Ladd, Sarah 283 Lademann. David 126.143.298 Lademann. Julie 98.143.234 LaFrenz. Pam 283 Lager. Stephen 132 Lahay. Steven 181.186,283 Lai. Ming 234 Lains. Thomas 257 Lake. Karen 103.105.257 Lake. Richard 298 Lamar. Toney 172 Lamaster, Benjamin 234 Lamb. Norma 298 Lamberson. Lawrence 96.110. 124.170,257,330 Lambert, Debra 298 Lambert, Linda 317 Lammert, Nancy 6, 39,93,138, 156,167,283 Lampkin, Richard 317 Lampton, Jacquelyn 298 Lampton, Marilyn 101,102,257 Lancaster, Beverly 103,257,101 Landers, William 283 LandisJr.. Walter 171,257 Lane. Charlotte 317 Lane. Dennis 140.283 Lane. Karen 298 Lang. Kathy 105 Lang. Sharon 258 Langan. William 283 Langellier. Donald 149 Langford. Eilene 93.94.113.119. 238 257 Langford. Elaine 19.93,94,102.113, 239.257 Langford. Margaret 283 Langhammer. John 257 Langston. Mary 299 LANGUAGE LITERATURE 74 Lanham. Christopher 317 Lank. Robert 157.177,299 Lantz. Warren 283 Lapsley. Robert 317 Larson. Daniel 317 Lasswell. David 317 Lasswell. Jerry 299 Latcham. Michael 124.317 Latimer. Patricia 258 Latta. Jimmy 258 Lauer. Glenda 39.162 Lauser. Craig 171.258 Lauvao. Juliette 258 Laux. Terry 121.157 Lavinder. Ellen 132,150,299 Lay. Cathy 317 Lay. Donald 126,283 Lay. Janet 317 Lay, Mark 317 Layland, Franklin 181.258 LeFebvre. Douglas 127 Leake. Linda 299 Lease. Gary 121 Leath. Gerald 177.258 Leathers. Pensie 138.167,284 Leazer. Ronald 95.111,258 Ledford. Robert 258 Lee. Dana 105 Lee, George 127, 317 Lee, Randolph 117.172 Lee. Ronnie 124 Leeper. Harold 317 Leeper. Mary 132.151 Leeper. Stephen 107.109.123,142 Leeser. Nancy 131.258 Legg. Janice 67 Legler. Robert 317 Lehenbauer. Joyce 160.299 Lehnhoff. Kathryn 147.299 Lehrman. Kevin 317 Lei. Mataifale 109 Leibowitz. Thomas 258 Leigh. James 284 Leitman. Charlene 105,258 Lemon, Robert 103,113,114,115. 258 Lemons, William 150,317 Lennox, Janice 317 Lentz. Rodnev 121 Leone. Angela 92.169.331 Lepley. Kathy 299 Leslie. James 317 Lesser. Paul 127,177 Lessman, Patricia 317 Levi. Mary 258 Levy. Robert 6.46.136.186.196. 239 Lewis. Billy 258 Lewis, Mary 317 Lewis. Robert 284 Lewis. Tommy 258 Lewis. William 126.171.258 Lewiston. Linda 101.103.146.258 Lewton. Jane 317 Lewton. Michael 111,181.258 Lewton. Sharon 105.258 LIBRARYS AND MUSEUMS 76 Lichte. Joyce 93,100,142.162.298 Liddle. Patricia 165 Lietsch. Patricia 284 Life. Dennis 284 Life. Greg 258 Lin. Wun-Min 108 Lincoln. Rebecca 317 Lindholm. Leslie 258 Lindhorst. Regina 73 Lindley. David 177. 284.95.113 Lindquist. Charles 317 Lindquist. Penny 103.140,258 Lindsey. Dr. Taylor 69.68 Ling. Peter 108 " Linhardt. Roy 284 Linhardt. Thomas 258 Link. David 318 Linneman. Kristin 299 Linson. Jerry 299 Lintz. Catherine 318 Lintz. Leon 259 Liou. Sheng-Shen 108 Lippincott. Kenny 299 Lisk. Elizabeth 318 Litchfield. Judy 284 Little. Norma 299 Little. Patricia 318.107 Little. Terrv 124 Littrell. Dennis 259 Littrell. Gary 318 Littrell. Susan 318 Liu.Kai234 Liu. Kou-Jia 234 Liu. Susanna 108 Livingston. Janice 299.107 Lloyd. Gregory 318 Lock. James 124 Lock. Michael 259 Lockard. Connie 318 Loechl. Mary 284 Loeffler. Marsha 259 Loft. Bernie 126.259 Loft. Ernest 126 Loftus. Dennis 171.284 Logan. Constance 284 Logan. Thomas 220.225.200.93. 136.137.175.259.201 Lohse. John 127.284 Loman. Edward 318.171 Long. Antionette 284 Long. Dennis 171.259 Long. Kathleen 318.165 Long. Mary 331.259 Long. William G. 299 Long. William D. 259 Loose. Terry 144,133.96.151.149. 259 Lorence. James 114.103.259 Lorenz. Steven 111.95.284 Lorenzen. Richard 177.259 Lott. Martha 299.169 Lough. James 378 Love. Cheryl 318.105 Love. Rebecca 318 Loveless. Michael 318 Lovland. Sherrie 298 Lowenberg. David 298 Lowenberg. Janice 129 Lowenberg. Steven 284 Lowery. Linda 234 Lucas. ' Richardl71..329 Ludlow. Earl Dr. 112.69 Ludy. Robbie 318.100 Luebrecht. Helen 284 Luegering. Richard 284 Luetkemever. Kathv 298 Luett. Steven 284 Lugering. Bettv 134.284 Luhn. John 284 ' Luksetich. Philip 284 Lumley. Ellen 298.108 Lunceford, Lucinda 284 Lund, Gerald 130,259 339 LundbiTg. Diana 165.6 l.uslibuugh, Marc ' ia;84,l49 Ushbaugh. Mary !4i).284 Lussier, Raymond 318 Luiu. Lerov 25S l.ut?.. William :tl8 l.uvering Eiolty 114 Lydon, Mary 234 Lvman, Janice 259 M Ma. Gloria 108 Maasson. Carol 284 MatArllmr. Bruce 259 Mark. Ronald 259 Mack. Terrel 299 MacKcnzie. Fernando 259 Madden. Naniv 299.39 Madden. Richard 318 Madd ' . ' X. .lames 120. 126.284 Maddex. Robert 299.120 Maga. Misiuaita 284 Magnu.s. Linda 318 Mapruder. Donna 318 Magruder. Jack Dr 81 Magruder. James 202 Magruder. Nancv 318 Mahannah. Ronald 96.259 Mahcr. Micheleen 259 Maheronnaghsh. Bijan 299 Mahmoud. Ahmed 108.284 Mahonev. Catherine 259 MahoneV. Michael W 259 Mahonev. Sheila 318 Maier, William 171.92.284 MAINTENANCE 60 Malins. Walter 177.259 Malonev. Geneta 103.259 Malvin. John 133.44.148.132.150. 149.259 Manesh. Mansour 282 Mangelsen. Joyce 147 Manning. Mariis. 284 Mansfield. Connie 259 Mansfield. Harold 172.259 March. Algidean 318 March. David Dr. 114.115,82 Mane. Riad 318.108 Mann. Kurt 214.215 Marino. Joseph 127 Mark. Kathleen 284 Marner. Rorv299 Marr. Nikkiil7 Marra. Linda 318 Marshall. Adam 96 Marshall. David 318 Marshall. Linda 318,139 Martena. Janet 299 Martin. Barbara 149.146,103.284 Martin. Charles 284 Martin. Charles R. 318.142 Martin. Dale 83 Martin, David 234 Martin. Earl 126,284 Martin. Edward 318 Martin. Judson 58 Martin. Marilvn259 Martin. MarvElizabeth 318 Martin. Shar ' ol Elain 318 Mason, Robert 81.103 Masters. Marcia 299 Matarazzo Jr. Joseph 171.284 Matarazzo. Victoria 318 Matecko, John 177.299 MATHEMATICS 77 Mathews. Ronald 318,124 Mathis.Janev 161,284,6 Matkin. Harold 260 Matney. Bobby 234 Matnev. Merle 299 Matthew, William 284,69 Mattice, Helen 107 Maupas. Luther 172,117.260 Maul. Robert 318 Maurer. Michele 318 Maxson. Pamela 109 Maxwell, Linda 102,125,141.104. 105.299 May, Carolyn 299.105 Mav. Judith 284 May. Larry A. 318 Mav. Larrv 318 Maver, Charlotte 101 Mavcr. Philip 299 Maver. Richard 96,260 Mayes. Lois 260.299.146 Mavfieid,(;ordon260 Mayfield,. Shirley 260 Mavo. Douglas 284 Mayo, Kalhy 318 Mazandaranian. Mahnio 318, 109 Mc Alexander. Kent 71 McAllister. Shirley 299 Mc Andrew. Theresa 284 Mc Bee. Austin 299 Mc Bee. Barbara 299 McBee. Luther 116.284 McCann.Marilv 104 McCarter, William 181,284 McChesnev, Michael 260 McChri.stv, Patricia 284 McClain, Charles Dr. 51.111.55. 54 McClain. Jack E. 219.218 McClaskey. Mrs, Martha 108, 109,75 McCloskev, Leo 177,299 McClelland, William 79,118 McClendon. David 172,260 McClintock, Amv318 McClintock, George 175,92,299 McClintock, Marv 135,152,241, 260,90,91 McClurg, Curtis 299 McCollum, Arlene 284 McCollum, Glen 284 McCollum, LIvod 318, 179 McCollum, Robert 318 McCollum, Sandra 299 McCollum, Sharon 6,167 McCollum, Vicki 299 McConnell, Alvin 260 McConnell, Claudia 318 McCordy, Georgie 103 McCormick, Francine 152,113, 135,284 McCormick, Gary 106,107,299 McCoy, Barb 101 McCoy. Larrv 318 McCoy. Lola 129 McCoy. Nettie 129 McCracken. Laura 299 McCurdv. Georgie 114.260 McDaniel. Carolvn 284 McDannold. Linda 299 McDannold. Steven 177.299 McDevitt. Joan 318,47 McDowell. Sydney 318 McElfresh. Nancy 284 McElrov, Cheryl 318 McEwen, Alice 129,260 McEwen, Betty 284,100 McEwen. Diana 299 McGlasson, Regina 299 McGlaughlin. Larry 187.260 McGrath, Martha 129 McGrath, Mary 167,299 McGraw, Lila 135,131,152,284 McGuire, Dr. Kenneth 79 Mclntire, Tim 147 Mcintosh, Judith 140,260 McKay, Melinda 318 McKay.Dr. Racheal75 McKean. Vicki285 McKiddy. Gary 187.260 McKie, Sharon 149,144,148,150, 93,151,260 McKinney, Mrs. Francis 108 McKinney. Iris 300 McKinney, Nancy 129,300 McKinney, Robert 56 McKinnon, Gregory .300 McKown, Richard 318 McLin. Betty 318 McMains. Stuart 260 McMein, Janet 260 McMillan, Dana 165,285 McMillan, Terry 285 McNabb, Margaret 260 McNairy, Tyrone 130 McNeil. " Carol 135.152,260 McNew. Jimmy 319 McQuillen. Bruce 100,260 McQuiston, Jane 100 McReynolds, Dr. Grace 168,101, 69 Mead, David 186,228 Means, Pamela 131.285 Means. William 103.181.114,111. 260 Mease. Richard Dr 61,69 Medaris, Sherry 118,285 Meehan. Richard 300 Meek. Martha 260.152.162 Meek. Terry 319 Meeks, Fred 300 Mefford,Max319 Mehraban, Zahra 319 Meier, Clyde 300 Meier. Marilyn 300 Meinhardt. Mary 285 Meinhardt. Rae ' 319 Melson, Robert 177.285 Melton, Diana 300 MEN ' S DORM COUNCIL 130 MENS PHYSICAL EDUCATION 136 Merrick. Lawrence 300 Merrill. Dennis 285,130 Merlens, Joyce 260 Messmer. Michael 177.187,319 Meslad, Bruce 319 Mestemacher, Pamela 131.134, 300 Melles, Carolyn 261 Meltler, Gary 285 Meyer. Charlotte 135.152.319 Meyer. Jeanne 285 Meyer. Jerome 234.187 Miao. Shuang 234 Michael. Robert 178.285 Mickelson. Dr. Harold 96.67 Middleton. Jerry 319 Middleton. Richard 181.285 Mika. Robin 167.319 Milazzo. Chris 121 Milder. Margaret 300 Millemon. John 319 Miller. Christa 156.165,285 Miller. Gregory 171 Miller. Ivan Dr. 69 Miller. James K. 186.319 Miller. Joseph 234 Miller, Larry 126.261.319 Miller. Linda 103.119.6.113,134, 240,93.94 Miller. Linda Marie 113.261 Miller, Myrtle 319 Miller. Robert A. 319 Miller. Robert E. 91.96.175.135. 216.285 Miller. Robert L. 187 Miller. Ronald 300 Miller. Sandra 300 Miller. Steven 210.211,212 Miller. Thomas 319 Miller. Trudy 319 Miller. Warren 261 Milliken. Dr. Don 81,112 Millo.Rigoberlo 157.181.285 Mills. James 96.319 Mills. Kathv 319 Mills. Margaret 285.145 Mills. Marsha 140.261 Mills. Ruth 105,141 Mincemeyer, Ralph 285 Mincks, Steven 300 Minn, Wen 234 Minnis, Lawrence 96.261 Minor. Sheila 319 Minor. William 78 Mish. Lawrence 261 Missing. Gayle 102 Mitch. Joseph 67 Mitchell. Anthony 116,142,285 Mitchell, Carole 118.285 Mitchell. Dr. Donald 83.116 Mitchell. Gordon 202.285 Mitchell, Jean 120 Mitchell, Dr. Jeffrey 79,100 Mitchell, Larrv 300 " Mitchell. Linda 162,261 Mitchell. Rebecca 319 Mittler. Mrs. Charlotte 83.115,53 Mittler. Dr. Eli F. 51.52.53.112 117,1,30,140 Mix, Leroy 117 Mock. Gary 261 Muehle. Phyllis 142,94,97,285 Moeller, De ' bra 319 Moes, Loren 200,136,300,220 Moffitt. John 96.285 Mohr. Jerrv 96 Mohr. Stanley 285.261,98 Molina. Robert 175.157.261 Mollet. Kenneth 261 Mollet. Willa 115.94.261 Moncavage. Raymond 285 Monical. Michael 285 Monroe. Duane 300 Monroe. Dr H. Chandler 75 Montgomery. Gerald 127.300 Montgomery Larry 285 Montgomery Linda 319 Montgomery. Tony 300 Moody, Lee ' ll7.173. 157,237,261, 147 ' Moore, Beverly 101,285.146 Moore. Bruce 285 Moore. Charles L. 103,100.285 Moore. Claudia 101.261 Moore, David H. 285 Moore. David M. 126.141.113.95. 111.261 Moore. Gayle 285 Moore. George 149 Moore. George Robert 285 Moore. Hubert 75 Moore. John 142.117.261 Moore. Linda 300 Moore. Lora 300 Moore, Marilyn 319 Moore, Martha 319 Moore, Roger 96,261 Moots, Ernest 285 Moots. Marvin 120,110 Moots, Paul 175.285 Moran, Mara 163.319 Mordt. Darlene 319 Morgan. Beverly 261 Morgan. Carole 319 Morgan. Harris 286 Morgan. Jay 319 Morgan. Margaret 319 Morgan, Monty 234 Morgan. Ricky 103.319 Moritz. Deborah 129 Morlan, Basil 112.64 Morris. Barbara 300.105 Morris. Billy 286,175 Morris, Dennis 261 Morris, Howard 60 Morris, Kenneth 261 Morris, Marv 142.300 Morris. MaryS. 300.147 Morris. Stephen 261 Morris. Thomas 175.300 Morrison, George 300,181 Morrison, Thomas 319 Morrissey. Patrick 261 Morrow, Barbara 319 Morrow. Mark 178.157.91 Morrow, Richard 261 Mortezapour, Jahanba 109,300 Morton. Richard 71 Morion, Shelby 300 Morion, Stewart 172.286 Mossbarger, Marcia 198,241, 160,262,22 Mote, Marilyn 105,262,104 Molt, Darrell 300 Motter, Judy 161,319 Mottet, Marcia 103,93,165.135, 152.262 Moullon, Sharon 286,146 Moxley, Curt 219,218 Muxley Suzanne 319 Moyer. Mary 262 Moylan. Michael 171.262 Movlan. Michael 171.262 Moylan. Patrick 300.171 Mudd, Marv 165.115,286 Mudd. Phyllis 101.300.146 Muenks. Jr.. William 320 Muir. Linda 100 Mulholland. Paul 96.262 Mullendore. Jim 329 Mullenix. Phyllis 122.241.169. 262 Mullins. Mac 320 Mulstay. Michael 171.286 Mulvihill. Kenneth 320 Mundell. Maria 165.8,300 Munden, Peggy 105.286 Mundy, Jeffrey 320 340 Muntz. Diane 105.104.286 Murphy. Clarence 69 Murphv. James 286 Murphy. Richard 286 Murphv. Ruth 320 Murray. David 262 Murray. Linda 101.102.262 Murray. William 145.71 Musgrbve. Myra 300 Mussler. Dieter 109.286 Musso. Mary 134.286 Mustain. Susan 300 Mustoe. Launce 320 Myers. Beverly 125.114,115,262 Mvers. Clifford 300 Myers. Evalee 320 Myers. Frank 300 Myers. Kerry 320 Myers. Timothy 142,116,262 Myers. Tim 114 Myers. Vance 126 Myllder. Margaret 84 Nuhn, Stephen 320.228 Nunez, Robert 263 NURSES 129 N Nabavian, Bahran 320 Nabavian, Manoutcheh 320 Nabor, David 140 Nadler, Bruce 140,107,262 Nagle, Dr. Roland 112,78 Namazee, Abdolmohamm 320,109 Nash, Janet 117 Nations, Anabel 125,300 Neese, Jacquelyn 262 Neff , Barbara 286 Neff, George 126,262 Neff, William 122,95 Neighbors, Linda 286 Neighbors, Lois 135,152,262 Neil, Nola 107,300 Neill, Janet 102,262 Nelms, Donna 75 Nelson, James 262 Nelson, Nancy 140.262,100 Nelson, Richard 178.300 NEMO SINGERS 147 Newberry. John 181,262 Newbrough, Gloria 282.105 Newell. Grace 320 Newell, Linda 286,139 Newkirk, Ned 126,263 Newland, Wanda 300 Newman, Wayne 112,58 Newquist, Diana 163,286.125.141 Newton, Theresa 320 Nibarger, Rosalee 300 Nichols, Carolyn 320 Nichols, David 7 1 Nichols, Gary 300 Nichols, Verona 263 Nicholson, James 263 Nickens, Dean 91,90,171,263 Nicoletti, Pete 112 Nichoff , Marv 320 Niemever, David 286 Niemever, Ruth 320,102,113 Nimmo. Roger 177,263 Nimsomboon, Yupayong 108,300 Nishimoto, Katsu 234 Nishimoto, Cynthia 263,300 Nitibhon, Patum 234 Nitipisanonta, Tida 108,286 Noel, Kathy 263,113 Noel, Patricia 104,105,125,141, 286 Noelte, Alan 286 Nolan, Jenifer 320 Noorzad, Mohamad 320 Norman, Billie 135,152,286 Norman, Donna 121 Norman, Duane76 Norman, Lena 320 Norman, Pamela 134,300 Norris,Cvnthia 300,161 Norris, Diane 98.102 Norris. Raymond 120.263 Northcutt. " Gerald 92.263.6 Nothdurft. Dr. Robert 72 Nothdurft. Dr. D. D, 78 Novinger. Glenna 118,100.286 Nugent, Sam 186,73.216 Oakley. Capitola 263 O ' Brien. Jean 134,300 O ' Bryan, James 124 OConnell, Daniel 95,263 OConnell, Diane 134,300 ODear Connie 6,167,320 ODonnell, Joseph 263 O ' Donnell, Leona 320 O ' Hair, James 124,286 O ' Rourke, Elizabeth 286 ORourke, Pat 119,120,103,122, 263 O ' Rourke. Sharon 320 Oberman, Patricia 102,113.320 Ochs. Peggv 320 Odell. Linda 129 Odell.Nancv 106.98.103.286 Oesch. Elvira 320 Oestreich, Mary 300 Oetken,Carolvnll8 Ofstad. Odessa 77 Ogden, Jacquelyn 113,320 Ogle, Barbara 320 Ogle, Harold 300 Ogle, Philip 301 Olander, Nancy 301 Oliver, Marilvn 301 Ollar, David i27,263 Olson, Karen 301 Olson, Marcia 134,320 Olson, Marv 301 Omar, Ribtii 108 OMEGA PHI PSI 173 Omer, Judith 167,263,102 Oonhateparuk, Vilail 320 ORAL INTERPRETERS 106 Ordelheide, Linda 102,103,263 Ordonto, Philip 263 Orf, Donald 263 Orf , Ronald 103 Orf, Sharon 169,301 Orr, Diane 320 Orr, Paul 286 Orscheln, Angeline 301 Ortberg. Sue 320 Osbourne, Gary 96,127,175,263 Oshner, Carol 135,152,286 Oshner, Parol 286 Ostrander, Joan 167,320 Otto, William 320 Overlander, Maurice 286 Overton, John 110,301 Ownbv, Steven 286 Oyler ' Charles 179,320 Ozenberger, Nancy 320 Ozipko, Jerry 148, i49,234 Painter, Sally 103 Painter, Sarah 146,286 Paisley, Emma 135,152.263 Pajanllo. Irene 320 Palermo. Christina 107 Palmer. Bertha 263 Palmer. Phillip 301.126 Panapa. Maupati 286 PANHELLENIC 156 Pankam. Punthip 108.234 Pantel. Jean 286 Panther. David 178,263 Paris, Deborah 320 Park, Kathrvn 301 Park, Dr. No- Young 83 Parker, Joann 301 Parker, Kenneth 202,234 Parker, Robert 171,301 Parks, Patricia 101,94,116,113, 286,146 Parnell, Tanva 134.139.320 Parson. Perry 109.286 Parsons. Elizabeth 320 Parsons. Susan 301 Partin. Belinda 320 Parva. Mohammed 109.286 Pastrovich. Edward 286 Pasvogel. Linda 321 Patryla.Vicki 234,100 Patterson, Don 321 Patterson, Ron 321 Pauk, Dennis 301 Paul, Carolyn 234,286 Paul, Gary 219,218 Paule, Deborah 131,321 Pauley, Francis 301 Pauls, William 121,286 Paulson, Leann 152,312.135 Pauly. Dorothy 301 Payne, David 127.301 Payne. Ernest 286 Payton. Elizabeth 144.150.132.263 Pay ton, Larrv286 Peak, Connie ' 134,321 Pearl, Harry 321 Pearson, Dorothy 65 Pearson, Pat 161,301 Pearson, Rebecca 321,108 Pearson, Saundra 147,263 Pease, Judy 321 Peasel,Cvnda321 Peavler, Dorothy 234 Peavler, Dr. Robert 81,123 Peeks, Frederick 286 Peine, Kenneth 286 Peloquin, Gladys 321 Penalver, Dr. Joaquim 75 Penn, Harlan 301 Peoples. Thomas 301 Pepper. Carolyn 101.113.286,146 Perales. Amalie 106.169.263 Perdue. Kathryn 263 Perisho. Judy 321 Perisho. Sandra 301 Perkins, Janell 114.286 Perry. Marsha 321 Perry, Michael 234 Peters, Danny 321 Peters, Janice 321 Peters. Larrv 177.321 Peters. Stephen 286 Petersen. Frank 235 Petersen, Janice 321 Petersen, Svend 301 Peterson, Cheryl 321 Peterson, Douglas 170,124,113,92,95, 286 Peterson, Gary 264 Peterson, Janet 301,147 Peterson, Joan 321 Peterson, Rhonda 45,286 Peterson, Steven 96,264 Peterson, Susan 321,147 Peterson, Timothv 151 Petre, David 287 ' Petre, Pamela 321 Petree, Janice 321 Pettet, Suzette 264 Petty, Randy 75,106,301 Pheglev, Mary 108 PheglevJr, William 287 PHI ALPHA THETA 115 PHI DELTA KAPPA 112 PHI KAPPA THETA 178 PHI LAMBDA CHI 180 PHI MU ALPHA 133 PHI SIGMA EPSILON 182 Philips, Carl 228 Phillips, Becky 321 Phillips, Kendra 321 Phillips, Linda 321 Phillips. Martha 100.107.321 Phillips, Tommy 13,264 Phillips. Vonda321 Pholpuntin, Sariva 108 PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS 152 PI OMEGA PI 97 Pickering, Patricia 321 Pickett, Paula 161,321 Pickle, William 264 Pierson, Howard 264 Pierson, Mary 321 Pierson, Shiriev 321 Pieske, David 287 Pink, Dr. Ralph 73.136 Pinson. James 264 Piper. Fontaine 202,137,264 Piper, Jeffrev 132,133,150,151.148, 149.287 Pipes, George 287 Pipes, Ronald 175.264 Pitts, Elizabeth 167,264 Placht, Deborah 301 Platz, Roger 264 Plum, Ronald 97,264 Plumlee, Brenda 103 Plunkett, David 321 Poertner, Shirley 85,102,113,134,287 Poffenberger, Harriet 101,134,103, 287 Pohren, Leonard 287 Poindexter, Roddv 177,264 Poland, Francis 321 Poland. Lance 287 Pollard, James 95,287 Pollard, Larry 264 Pollock, Cvnthia 135,152 Pollock. Kathleen 287 Ponder. Diana 161.301 Pontius. Michael 216.287 Poppe Jr. John287 Porter, Brenda 321 Porter, Craig 301 Porter Everett 75 Porter. Gary 235 Porter, Raymond 301 Portnoy, Barbara 165,321 Pourba ' hrami, Esfandi 287 Powell, Catherine 91,128,331,301,8 Powell Cathy 161,287 Powell, Robert 321 Powelson, Oma321 Powers, Cathy 235 Powers, Kenneth 287 Powers, Lee 301 Prachakstham, Surindr 235 PRACTICAL ARTS 78 Prasat. Tieng 321 PRE-OSTEOPATHIC CLUB 121 Preston, James 83 Prewitt, Mary 321 Price, Janice " 235 Price, John 264 Priebe, Lowell 78,112 Pritchard, Kurt 321 Probasco, Roger 264 Proctor, Gene 301 Proctor, Joseph 121 Proctor, Stephen 287 Proffitt, Michael 301,228 Prottsman, Leo 321 Pruett, Shirley 235 Pryor, Jeannine301 Pryor, Stephen 301,178 PUBLIC RELATIONS 56 Pullins, Larrv 264,126 Purdy, Dr. V, P. 76 Purschel Lisbeth 109.287.147 Pyszka. William 264.116 Q Quanstrom. Karla 264 Quick. Miriam 301 Quiglev. Michael 302 Quigle ' v. Sherri 97.287 Quiglev. William 28 7 Quincer, Rita 302 Quinn. Robert 302 Quinones. Camille 129.103,165, 174 Quintin. Adrian 321 R Raabe, Chrisann 169,321 Rabe, Dianne 287 Rada, Rosalind 97,287,324 RADIO CLUB 123 Radmanesh. Hosein 287 Ragland. James 96.264 Rahe. Gary 124,287 Raining, Margaret 321,100 Rains, Sandra 287,152,135 Ramsey, Robert 321,171 Randell, Kay 161 Randell, Linda 93,101,103,113, 169,238,264 Randolph. Judith 102.1.39.161, 26,197 Ransdell. Martha 287 Rashidian. Parviz 109.235 341 Ratc-litl. Linin-a75 Kutlifl t arrell9H.M4 Ilallifl..IuleUa287 Ran Torrv 1« " .2B ' J Hawaii. Paul 235 Ray, Danny 287 Ray, Uarv 235 Rav. Ruhard 287 Ra ' v. Terrv 264 Hay, William 287 Rayan. I-ayez 287,108 Ravland, James 264 Heading, Sharon 102.321 Rertor, Oavid 151,321 Redden, Pat.sv 161 Heece, Donna 129.264 Reece. Rae 129.264 Reed. Barbara 287.116 Reed.Harrv96 Reed, Thomas 149 Reese, .Abraham 287 Reese, Vickie 103.302 RKG1STR.AK60 Reichert. Jo Ann 287 Held, Sara 131.302 Re iferl, Lvnn 6.162,163,321 Reilly, Patricia 140,264 Reindel, George 321 Reinhard, James 50.51 Reinker.Dianne 131,103.264 Remsbecker, Diane 106 Remsbecker, John 258 Renauld. Allen 178,265 Rennels. Kathryn 302 Renslrom. Arlliur 103.265 Resnick, Rebecca 322 Reuther, Steven 178,302 Revcllc, Charlotte 65.125 Revner. Douglas 127.130 Reynolds, Randy 302 Reynolds. Richard 265 Rezai, Habibollah 126 Rhoades, Anthony 322 Hhoades. Rita 322.167 Rhoades. Joseph 78.112 Rhodes. Stephen 302 Rhoten, Kathv 322 Ricardelli, Robert 171,322 Rich. Mildred 322 Richardson. Beverlv 91.92.100, 147.169.265 Richardson, Dennis 147.302 Richardson. Ethel 265 Richardson. George 322 Richardson. Lynne 103.106.113. 169 Richardson. Ruth 287.147 Richerson. William 73.187.218 Richey. Rebecca 322 Ricker, Robert 322 Rickey, Linda 144,302 Rider, Jane 73 Rider, Richard 202 Rider, Vincent 265 Rieck. Anna 322 Riedmann, David 302 Rieger,Wray 81,112 Riether. Helen 129 Rigdon. Janet 161 Rigdon. Larry 95.96.110.113.265 Riley, Brenda 322.331,8 Riley, Conne e 265 Riley, Karen 302 Riley. Kathryn 322 Riley. Rickey 322 Rineharl, Bobbie 108 Rinehart. Marvis 144,151,149,287 Rinkenberger, Sonia 322 Riordan, Michael 127,322 Risse. Mary 98.265 Ritchie. Tom Dr. 71 Riter. Jeanne 135,152,287 Hitter. Janice 135.152.287 Rives. George 322 Roach, Nelda 322 Robbins, Chet 121 Robbins, Donna 322 Robbins. Judith 302 Robbins. .Marilyn 118,265 Robbins. Orvi lie 287 Roberts. Delbert 101.265 Roberts. John 96.265 Roberts. Juanila 302 Roberts, Kenneth 265 Roberts, Larry L. 302 Roberts. Mary 79. 168 Roberts. Melbourne 235 Roberts, Vicki 302 Robertson, Betty 140 Robertson, Elizabeth 287 Robertson, George 288 Robertson, James 96,265 RoberLson, Lyle 175.265 Robertson, Pamela 145,265 Robeson. Teresa 302 Robinson. Carla .322 Robinson, Caroline 129.265 Robinson. Deborah 322 Robinson, Denauvo 288 Robinson. Jack L. 288 Robinson. Peggy 322.152.135 Robinson. Stanley 265 Robinson. Thomas 322.151,91 Roch. Madeleine Dr, 75 Rock. Nancy 302.98 Rockwell, Max 97 Rockwell, William 265 Rockwell, Jane 134,302 Roderick, Betty 322,134,161 Roderick, Marjorie 129,169,288 Rodgers, Beverly 302 Rodgers, Gary 288 Rodgers. Richard 302 Rodgers, Wayne 124.288,103 Rodman, Brenda 169.105.302 Rodriguex. Amaurys 288.109 Rogers. Barbara 106 Rogers. Chloe 322 Rogers, Lee 322 Rohan. Rosemary 288 Rohr, Kerwin 102,126,266,329,330 Roldan, Jose 109 Rollins, Barbara 322 Rolls, James 124 ROMANCE LANGUAGE CLUB 99 Romberg, Dave 213.215 Rominger, Rex 177.288 Rook, Nancy 302 Hooker, Constance 163,266 Rooker, Marilyn 131,134,146.302 Rose. Robert 178.266 Rosebery. Dr. Dean 80 Rosebery. Elizabeth 322 Rosebery, James 322 Roseborough. Carla 288 Rosenbluth, Howard 137.136,216. 266 Ross. Charles 302 Ross. Ida 144 Ross. Samuel 121,127,266 Rosser. Janice 302 Rostello. James 288 ROTC 84.85 Roth, James 266 Rother, Richard 137.175,266 Rottler, Vicki 266 Rouse, Brenda 134 Rouse, Carol 322 Rouse, Deitra 135.152,266 Rowland, Ronald 110 Rudd, Kathleen 302 Ruddell, Jo Ellen 322 Rude, David 322 Ruediger. Kenneth 220,322 Ruggeberg. John 175.266,114 Ruhl, Dana 322 Rukgaber. Diane 103.302 Ruksakul. Orthai 235 Runyon. Jerry 288 Rusert. Thomas 106.266 Husk, Janice 102,97,167,288 Russell, Donald 126,288 Russell. Jackie 126,302 Ruth, (iregory 171.288 Huthledge, Nylene 105 Hutledge, Wynne 79 Ryan. Eleanor 288,114 Ryle. Dr. Walter H. 86 Ryle, Walter H. IV 51,53,83,174 Sabado, Emilia 322 Sabol, Leslie 288 Sacco, Susan 266 Sadeghpour, Karim 288 Sagaser, Janet 129,266 Sahaida, James 266 Salgen. Marilyn 322 Saltsgauer, Mary 266 Salsman, Billie 288 Salsman, Kenneth 266 Sample. Nicki 113,322 Sanders. Marjorie 161.322 Sanderson, Anne 125,266 Sanderson, Rebecca 98,322 Sandifer, Teresa 145,288 Sanfilippo, Stephen 95,113,114,116, 266 Sangeorge, Gloria 145,165.266,6, 115 Sangkawasi, Urai 202,235 Sannicolas, Benny 266 Sappington, Carter 322 Saravasee, Pungchai 302,108 Sargent. Phyllis 139.302 Saridhikui. Sungvian 235 Sass. William 302 Sataua, Kerisiano288 Saucier. James 266 Sawmiller. Carol 101.266.103 Sawyer. Cynthia 102.288 Sawyer. Jennifer 322,107 Sawyer. Thomas 288 Sayre, Stephen 302 Scales. Dwayne 172 Schaberg. Mary 322 Schaeler. Grace 322 Schaeffer, Joyce 103 Schaeffer. Judith 322 Schafer. Ann 105.288 Schafter. Michael 322.175 Schaffer. Sue 266 Scharn. Virgie 266 Scheihing. David 144,267 Schenk, John 127,288 Schick, Kristin 267 Schiefler, Edward 125,106,116, 142,288 Schieni, James 302 Schlatter. Nancy 288 Schlipe, Daniel 322 Schlueter. Steven 288 Schmid. Lucy 288 Schmidt, David 267 Schnarre, Wayne 322 Schnarre, William 302 Schneider, David 123 Schneider, Charles 267 Schnieder, Karen 113,114,139,168, 169.288 Schnell. John 142 Schnelle. Carolyn 322 Schnelle, Wendy 165,322 Schnirch, Anna 322 Schnuckner, Robert Dr. 83 Schnuckner, Saar 149 Schoen, Wayne 181,302 Schoeni, Gary 96.288 Schoonover. Phy llis 165.302 Schowe. Diana 102.103.97.267 Schreck.. llan 93.157.267 Schreck, Richard 181,288 Schrieber. Rebecca 134,288 Schriefer, Nancy 169,322 Schroeder, Amanda 323 Schuchman, Phillip .323 Schuelz, Elizabeth 77 Schuetz, Hugh 92,93.121,240.267 Schuetz. Sharon 302 Schulenberg. Frederik 113.177, 267 Schulten, Hugo 181. .302 Schumacher. Carol 302 Schurk, Eileen 323 Schuster. Rebecca 323 Schutjer. Rochelle 323 Schutte. Ruth 77 Schwada. Nolan 132,133,144,150, 267 Schwartz, Dean 302 Schwartz, John 149 Schweitzer, David 288 Schweizer, Steven 92,110,175,267 SCIENCE 80.81 Scott. Gary 124,267 Scott. Larry 267 Scott. Michael 323 Scott. Phyllis E. 106.113,163 Scott, Phyllis 98,288 Scott, Robert 186 Scott, Tryphena 323 Seals, Angela 302 Seals, Janet 102,135,139,128,152, 161,238,18,267 Seaman, Lowell 181,229,288 Searcy, Janet 323 Sears, Richard 288 Sees, Carol 92,113,169,302 Sees, Donna 94,113,128,156,239, 166,267 Sefrit, Jenny 134,161,139,323 Sehlke, Terry 302 Sehrt. John 302 Seibert. Beverly 267 Seitsinger. Gloria 288.101.102 Selby. Bradlev 323 Selby. Paul 0. 87.96 Sele, Venasio 106,75.267.109 Selkirk, Ronald 214,215 Sellens, Mavoureen 323 Sellers. Rita 323 Sells. Gary Dr. 81 Selser. Robert 147.133 Selser. Will Dr. 81 SENIORS 242 Sens, Joseph 235 Seroka, Karen 93,152,164,135,139, 267,6 Sesepasara. Henry 178.267 Seth.Pennie 288.131 Settlage. Dr, John 81 Severns, James 75 Sevits, Joyce 118,166.267 Sevits, Kathy 104 Sewell, Steven 288,126,108 Seymour, Diana 323 Shafer, Daryl 106,302 Shafizadeh, Mohammad 323 Shaghafi, Nadereh 267 Shaghifi, Rahim 235 Shahan, John 288 Shandrew.Teri 118,164,139 Shanight. Rose 65 Shanks, John 150,133 Shanks, Lynn 147 Shannon. Mary 323 Sharp. Catherine 323 Sharp. Charles 151 Sharp. Ricky 323 Shaw. Janice 302 Shaw. Sharon 302 Shebitz. Henry 329,175.267, 140 Sheehan. 3111288 Sheesley, Robert 114,267,103 Sheets. Linda 134.267 Sheflerman. Bruce 288 Shell. Marilyn 288 Shellady. Craig 267 Shelton, Jerry 268,175 342 Shelton, Marcia 288 Shelton, Mary 288,120.113 Shepard. Stewart 268 Shepherd. Susan 288 Sheppard. John 323 Sherer. Donald 288 Shilt, Jack 288 Shimkus, Jeffrey 187 Shirk, Susan 288.97,151,149 Shockley, Larry 172,117 Shocks, Larry 220 Shoults, Charles 323 Shoush, Linda 141,105,268,102 Shoush, Sherrie 323 Shrauner, Samuel 268 Shreffler, Roberta 129,268 Shuger, Kimberly 289 Shulse, Brenda 165,322,98 Shults, Jeana 97,128,165,268 Shumate, Rodney 124 Sick, Edward 130 Sick, William 302 Sidthisomvong, Patch 323, 108 Siegel, William 268 Sieger, Dennis 323 SIGMA KAPPA 166,167 SIGMA, SIGMA, SIGMA 168.169 SIGMA TAU GAMMA 174,175 SIGMA ZETA 122 Signaigo, Edward 175,323 Simmons, Cindy 323 Simmons, George 268,172 Simmons, Janet 144,149.268 Simms. William 289 Simons, Bruce 323 Simpson, James 323 Simpson, Mary 289,145,108 Simpson, Pamela 144,147,268 Sims, Carol 289 Sims, Frank 95,113,127,237,157, 114,115,268 Sims, Willard 73,202 Singleton, Charles 268,127 Singleton, Martha 289,102 Singleton, Nolan 235 Sisul, Michael 109,268 Sitthinuntana, Payan 235 Six, Jeri 147,303 Skinner, Esther 161,323,198 Skinner, Gregory 196,136,239,268. 186 Skinner. Mary 268 Skinner. Tommy 303 Skow. Cheryl 268 Sladek, Frank 289 Slaton. James 323 Slaton. John 127.181,268 Slaughter, Kenneth 323 Slavin, Timothy 268 Slemmons, Nancy 303 Slentz. Kenneth 323 Sloan, Russ 73,197,186,46,190 Slocum, Mark 323 Slocum, Philip 323 Slocum, Steven 96,268 Sloggett, Nancy 135,152,268 Slominsky, Robert 289 Small, Ellen 107,303 Small, Jimmie 323 Small, Michael 289.303 Small. Michele 138 Smith. Alvin 117 Smith. Betty 323 Smith. Beverly 39.159,268 Smith, Brenda 106.169.303,6 Smith, Carolyn 323,6,7 Smith, Daniel 181,303 Smith, David 289 Smith, David R. 323 Smith, Eugene 112,122,81 Smith, Hardie 228,117,323,200 Smith, James 235 Smith, Janet 118 Smith, Jerry 221,220,187 Smith. John 102.103.268 Smith. Joneane 129,268 Smith, Joseph 268 Smith, Judith E. 289 Smith, Judith L, 98 Smith, Larry 269 Smith, Luanne 323 Smith, Lynn 102.103.129 Smith. Maria 289.102 Smith, Paul 289 Smith, Rene 121 Smith, Rose 113.303 Smith, Sani 323 Smith, Stephanie 323 Smith, Terry J. 110,126,269 Smithson, Susan 324 Smola, Susan 303 Snapp, Patricia 324,163 Sneed. Carol 324 Snell, Deborah 324 Snell, Rayburn 124,303 Snellgrove, Leslie 144. 132.150. 165.324 Snider. Dennis 303 Snodgrass. James 324 Snodgrass. Rodney 187,324 Snowbarger, Charles 324 Snyder, Donna 303,129 Snyder, Jessie SOCIAL SCIENCE 82,83 Sojka, Charlotte 324 Sojka, Jean 116,269 Sojka, John 289 SOPHOMORES 288 Sorrells, Deborah 324 Soule, Robert 144,133,149,269 South, Susan 324 Sowers, Kenneth 97,237,269,175 Spain, Sheryl 145,131,269 Sparks, James 79 Sparks, John 121,269 Sparks, Ken 324 Sparks, Preston 128 Sparlin, Jeanne 289,94,113,169,105 Spath, Martha 135,73 Spaun, William 289,114 Spaun, Mary 324 Spear, Ann 101,269,103 Spears, Michael 145.269 SPECIAL PROGRAMS- 79 Speck, Carol 324,98,143 SPEECH PATHOLOGY CLUB 118 Spellman, Richard 289,96 Spencer, David 269 Spencer, Janice 92,169,303 Spencer, Kenneth 124 Spencer, Patty 324 Spencer, Peggy 303 Spiers, Mary 324 Spies, Daniel 171.186.303 Spinelli. Michael 157 Sponsler. Phillip 289 Sprehe. Robert Dr. 97,67 Springer, Danny 303,127 Spurgeon, Alan 144,147,133,269 Squires. Rebecca 324 St. Clair. Deborah 289.152.135. 324 St. Clair Dons 134 St. Clair. Paul 289 St. Clair. Rebecca 289.152.135 St. Clair. Richard 69 Stabler. Marna 269 Stabler. Ronald 269 Stagner. Linda 134.363 Stall. Thomas 58 Stallings. Dorothy 117 Stallings. Matthew 210.172.211, 117.213.303 Stallings. Melinda 35.117 Stanek. Audrey 324.134 Stanek. Thomas 324 Stangeland. Barbara 324 Stanish. Judith 138,167,303 Stanley, Don 186,210 Stanley, Robert 289 SUnley, Steven 235 Stanton. Sue-Sharp 269 Starbuck, James 289 Starbuck, Nita 289,119,141,113,108 Stark, Debra 161,102,324 Starr, David 235 Steck, Jean 303 Steele, Billy 269 Steele, Bobby 269 Steele, Charles 289,175 Steele, Lynda 106,107 Steffensmeier, Anne 324 Steinbeck, James 324 Steinbeck, Steven 289 Stelpflug, Becky 169,303 Stempel, Peggy 140,103,303 Stephens. Betty 115 Stephens. Larry 115 Stephenson. Susan 289.101.102 Stepney. Lenora 289.117 Sterchi. Ronald 204.214.215.241, 202,90,91,208,269,136,38 Sterling, Cathy 324,142 Stevenson, David 303 Stevenson, Janie 106,303 Stevenson, Jean 324 Stevenson, Linda 289,163,114 Stevenson, Mary 289,144,132,150 Stevenson, Richard 81 Stewart, Cheryl 151,144,147,269 Stewart, Larry 303 Stewart, Linda Kay 289,98 Stewart, Linda Sue 303 Sticht, John 210.212 Stilwell. Kenneth 76 Stites. Laurie 165.105.324 Stock. Greg 289 Stocker. Gerald 289 Stoffa. Janette 289,93,151.152.135, 162 Stokes, Carolyn 324 Stolte, Lynn 324 Stone, Jamie 135,269,152 Stoner, Evelyn 97,113,269,103 Stotts, John 127,269 Stout, Mary 324,6.163,162 Stradt, William 324 Strah, Susan 169 Strand, Cynthia 107,324 Strand, Gary 107,269 Strasser, Gary 289,102,111.54 Strasser, Marianne 235,109 Strickland, Ernestine 324,103,146 Stroeber, Judith 270 Strother, Barbara 282,134,324,97 Struttmann, Ann 97 Struttmann. David 96.270 Struttmann. Helen 270 Stuart. Donald 270 Stubbs. Cheryl 289.144,147 Stuck, Thomas 270 Stude, Curtis 303,175 Stude, Linda 237,113,103,119,270, 102 STUDENT MENTORS 93 STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCA- TION ASSN. 102.103 STUDENT SENATE 90.91 STUDENT UNION 62 Stutler. Larry 124.270 Suchinda. Wipaphan 108 Suchsland. James 235 Suddarth. Rebecca 324.152.135 Suell. John 46.186.197 Sullivan, Leonard 110,175,303 Sullivan, Pat 290,220.202.243.225 Sullivan. Patrick 200.221 Sumners. Jimmy ,303 Sundling, Ronald 270 Suphunrataa, Smuck 235 Sutor, Toni 146,324 Suvansomboon, Akravo 109 Suwannapal, Arrome 108 Suwanraks, Chiraporn 105,303 Suwanraks, Krisna 290,108 Swain, Louise 141.303 Swain. Roy 141,235.114.115 Swan. Denna 101.146.141,303 Swan. Doris 270 Swan. John 290.218 Swann. Lynn 92.117.156.159,270 Swanson, Karen 303 Swanson, Sheryll 167 ' , 102,303 Swanson, Wayne 290 Sweares, Jane 303 Swearingen, Thomas 270 Swift. Marilyn 270 Swindell. Michael 303 Swingel. Frank 303 Swisher. Becky 161.139,270 Switzer, Joyce 325 Swofford, Perry 126,270 Swotford, Shelley 167 Syferd, Deborah 303 Syfert, Ardith 325 Sykes, Anita 325 Sykes, Kenneth 62 Sykes, Kenneth 91 Sykes, Madeleine 75 Sykes, Marilyn 92,303 Sylvara, Pamela 270 Symons, Robert 96,270 SYNAPSE 140 Szepessy, David 149 Tade, Robert 270 Tadelski, Carol 103,131,270,105 Tague, Dorothy 270 Tai, Yee-Koun 108 Tail, Michael 270 Takai,Setsao290 Talabhat, Narongsakd 108 Tamjeedi, Ali 109,303 Tankesley, Carroll 169,270 Tanner, David 140,142,111,270,98 Tapy, Susan 92,169 Tate, H. B. Dr. 112,69 Tate, Judy 325 TAU KAPPA EPSILON 176,177 Tau,Shigeo325 Taulbee, Susan 270,98 Taylor, Barbara 101,102,270 Taylor, Bonnie 303 Taylor, Bruce 290 Taylor, Curtis 325 Taylor, Jeanne 119,94,156,139, 160,240,270 Taylor, Kerry 290 Taylor. Linda 325 Taylor. Raymond 92.270.116 Taylor. Ruth 270 Taylor. Terry 290.113 Taylor. Thomas 325 Tebuckhorst. Timmy 270 Tedrow. Gloria 270.163 Teeter. Ernest 304.177 Tellier. Stephen 270 Tendler. Mark 304 Teneyck. William 290 Terry. Claudine 71.144.46 Terry. Dr. Howard 166.69 Terry. Dr. R. L. 112.176.69 Terry, Marie 132.134.112.102.103, 325 Terry, Vicki 325 Tesdall, Patricia 270 Tester, Rosalind 304 Theerman, Larry 124,270 Thomas, Dwayne 96,130,271 Thomas, Ellen 236 Thomas. Gary 236 Thomas. Jerry 290 Thomas. Karen 113.139,165 Thomas, Millard 290 343 Thoiii.is, . ;uicv 290 Thoin;is Kan(Jall325 Thor;i;i.s. Kobort Thomas. Sleven 325 Thotnpson. Ivan 304 Thompson. Janet 290 Thompson. Jo Ann 325.108 Thompson. John 290 Thompson. Kandace 290 Thompson, Mark 325 Thompson, Mary 304 Thompson. Mona 105.325.117 Thompson. Nancy 290 Thompson. Penelope 325 Thompson. Robert N 290 Thompson, Robert W 304 Thompson. Tom 76 Thompson. Tomi 119 Thompson. Walter 304 Thompson. Wilham 92.175.304 Thornburg. Janet 304 Thornburg, Michael 325,85.175 Thorpe. Vicki 325 Thrasher. Michael .304 Threlkeld. Suzanne 131.165.304 Thurman. Beth 135.152.271 Thurman. Karladine 138.91.128. 165 Thurman. Mary 138,73 Thurman, Terry 325 Tieng. Trakul. Prasai 325 Tien. Ching-Wen 271 Tiernan, Theresa 290 Tiller, Kenneth .325 Timmerberg. Eugene 271 Timmerberg. Frederick 179.304 Tindal, Phyllis 325 Tipton. Carol 304.113 Tipton. Charlene 149.304 Tisue. Mintie 290 Titus. Annette 271.159 Titus. Jimmy 325 Todd. David " l21 Todd, Judith 105.304 Todsen, Theresa 325.165 Toledo. Julio 304.108 Tollenaar. John 271 Toman. Ron 187 Tomich. Connie 325 Tompkins. Bonita 236 Toney. Lamar 117 Toochinda. Sugumal 236 Toole. Robert 290.171.92.96 Toops. David 113,177.271 Tophinke. Mary 304.129 Topper. Elizabeth 149 Toth. Geraldine271 Towne, Dr. Ruth 83,114.115.164 TRACK Tracy. Gregory 304.171 Tracy. Taryl 290 Trauger. Gerald 325 Travis. David 78.124 Travis. Ester 236 Trent. Patricia 23,118,94,128,240, 161,271.38,39 Tridhavee, Sirichai 109.325 Triplett. Paul 325 Truitt. Donna 75 Truitt, Garv290 Truitt. Jeannine 271 Trump. Edna Rose 271 Trump. Wallace Dwayn 296 Trumper. Michael 304 Tsaur. William 236.100.108 Tse. Kai Hon 304 Tseng. Gin Wen 108.236 Tu. Jong-Chi 236 Tu. Shu-Min 2.36. Tu. Yen-Chih Sun 236 Tucker. Carolyn 325 Tucker. Glind ' a 304.101 Tucker. Gregory 290.175 Tucker. Linda 101.304 Tucker, Thomas 325 Tudeen. Stephen 271.124 Tuitelf.Lui 120.179.271 Tulev, Linda 304 Tuley. Sandra 103 Turner. Denise325 Turner. James 142.325 Turner. Katherine304 Turner. Sandra 101.142.271 Turtle. Richard 304 Tuttle, Darlene 271 Tuttle, Elaine 129,240 Twillman, Judith 103,94,161,135, 139,152.272 Twining. Gary 121,127.272 Twyman. Elizabeth 325 Tvler. Kathryn 304 Tyree III. Charles 325 u Uhl. John 272 Ulry. James 127.304 Umbarger. .Ann 290.169 llmphress. Carolyn 101.103.272 Underwood. Pamela 105.325 Unger. William 71 Unzicker. Linda 290 UPWARD BOUND 64 Urban, Timothy 171,157,272 Utter, Robert 175,304 Utterback, Sharon 304 V Valentine, Jerry 171,325 Valentine, Marion 325 Van Baalen. Beverly 325 Van DerWilt, Linda 272,102 Van Dyne, Doyle 325 Van Dyne, Gary 290 Van Dyne, Karyl 290,165 Van Epps, Harry 290, 175 Van Essen, Loren 272 Van Fleet, Dennis 304 Van Horn, Steven 325 Van Houten. Aubrey 290.96 Van Toorn, Bennie 272 Van Uum, David 304 VanderZyl, Rolland 116.272 Vandike. John 304 Vansickle, John 147 Varcas, Felipe 290 VARSITY CLUB 137 Vass. Carol 304.272 Veach. Dennis 304 Veach, Wayne 272 Venting. Madonna 152.135,131, 102,272 VETERANS CLUB 127 Victor. Janet 304 Vierling. Richard 290 Visanuviol. Vivat 108 Vittetoe. Jerry 112,67 Vivatanavongsa, Somsri 325 Vlahovich. Gary Vogeler. Barbara 272 Vogeler. Diane 97 Volmert, Mary 290 Volmert. Naomi 129.272 Vranich, Michael 121 w Waddell. Warren 186.304 Waddill, Linda 118,165,304 Wade, Maurice 73 Wade, Mary 290,169 Wade, Dan " 87 Wade, Phyllis 325 Wadlin. Patricia 272 Wagamon. Virginia .304 Waggener, Carol 325 Waggener. Richard 325 Waggoner, William 325,141 Wagner, Frank 196,197,136.187. 272 Wagner. Kathy 1.38.105.304 Wagner. Kristine 272 Wagner. Pamela .325 Watte. Gary 124.272 Wakefield. Carole 290 Wakefield, David 290 Waldin. James 296 Walker. Brian 171,304 Walker, Dana 290.171 Walker. Danny 124.272 Walker. David Lee 290 Walker. Larry 325 Walker. Paulette 119.113.131,103, 272 Walker. Robert 126 Walker. Sally 101,146.134.304 Walker. Sherrie 290,101,94 Wallace, Anita 97,272 Wallace. Ivan 290,97 Walmsley, H. A 214,215 Walsh, Thomas 200 Walter, George 304 Walter, Jams 105.272 Walter. Marsha 304 Walter. Triss 290 Walters. Harold 325 Walters. Willa 325 Walton, William 272 Walz, Walter 290,171 Wamhoff, Gary 290 Wang, Yee-Foung 272 Ward, Randy 272 Ward, Sonja 325 Wares, Pamela 134,325,165,6,7 Warren, Mary 134.304 Warren, Robert 157,110,272 Warren, Sherril 152,304 Washington. Gail 117 Waters, Sara 290 Watkins, Daniel 290.304 Watkins, Diana 326 Watkins. Jane 114.116.103.272 Watkins. Michael 326 Watkins. Willie 117 Watson. Shirley 113,98.272 Watson. Thomas 126,273 Watt, Pharis 326 Watts, Gary 216 Way, Ruel 124,304 Way, Juanita 290 Waybill, Donnie304 Waybill, Jo 144,113,304 Weary, Patricia 159,117,304 Weatherfield, Connie 146 Weatherford. Robert 305 Weatherly. Marjorie 118.142.167. 103.273 Weaver. Clark 305 Weaver. Deborah 169.273 Weaver, Janis 326 Weaver. Marilyn 273 Webb. Karl 87 Webb, Gary 120,92,175,305 Webb, Kathy 326 Webber, Earnest 126,236 Webber, Kathryn 326 Weber, Bill 76 Weber. Blanche 101.131 Weber. Margaret 326 Weber. Paul 273 Weber. Warren 305 Webster, Mary 134,326 Wedde, Barbara 290,92.113 161 100 Weede, Larry 179,305 Weede, Lorraine 134.131.305 Weekly. JoAnne 73 Weeks, Anita 93,39.103,38 Weeks. Steven 175.326 Weeks. Thomas 290 Weerts. Richard 71.132 Weggen. Jim273 Wegner, Maxine 273 Wehde, Joyce 101.146,161.326 Wehmeyer. Carol 291 Wehmeyer, Donna 167,326 Wehmeyer. Mary Jean 135,152, 103,273 Wehrman, Terrance 149 Weiland. Wayne 291.127 Weindel, Lawrence 273 Weir. Jeanne 326 Weisemann. Bentia 114 Weisenborn, Andrew 305 Welch. David 326 Welde, Marsha 104.105.273 Wells. Carolvn 131,103,273 Wells, Jim 137 Wells. Linda 305 Wells, Mary 291,94.113,129 Welsh. James 236.175 Welsh. John 273 Wendelschaefer. Brian 236 Wendt. Robert 124.273 Wendt. Terry 110.291.181 Wenger. Barbara 290 Wenger. Sam 326 Wenneker. Lynda 161.98,273 Werts, Rhea 330,305.100.169 Wescott. Donna .326. 108 WESLEY CLUB 143 West. Mick 291.179 Westhoff. Kristin 305 Wharton. Larry 291 Wheatley. Lawanah 326 Wheeler. Beverly 97,67 Wheeler, Darrell 177,118,273 Wheeler, Jo 167,326 Wheeler, Teresia 105,326 Whitacre, Ray 305 White. Albert " ll9,273 White. Deborah 326.198.310.6 White. Donald 305 White. Edward 326 White, Jay 326 White. John 326 White. John C 291,127 White. Judith 152 White. Lois 305 White. Lorene 326 White. Marilyn 326 White. Rebecca 326 White. Stephen 326 White. Stephen R. 98.273 White. Steven 140.273 Whiteaker. Hal 28.93.175.273 Whiteman. Roger 273 Whiteside. Gary 220.305 Whiteside. Janet 169.274 Whitham. Larry 175.305 Whitmore. Dr. Perry 74 Whitney. Gwen 305 Whitney. Mark 171.305 Whitsei. Katherine 326 Whittom. Leona 75 Whitworth. Patricia 305 WHO ' S WHO 237.238.239,240, 241 Wick, Karen 101,103,274 Widger, Janice 305 Wiese, Lloyd 225,187,274,194 Wisemann, Benita 113,274 Wiggins, Rowena 326 Wilcox, Jonathan 107,305 Wilcox, Stephen 326 Wilb. Margaret 291 Wilderman. Karen 291.102 Wiley. PrisciUa 105.103.274 Wiley. William 326 Wilford. Danny 274 Wilhite, Regeriia 167 Wilhoit. Jerry 291 Wilhoit. Judy 305 Whilke. Sandra 305 344 Wilken, Renee 88.326 Willett, Jane 129,274 Williams. Allen 291 Williams, Alvin 172,186.305,228 Williams, Brooke 291.90,91,128. 169 Williams, Connie J. 326,125,105 Williams, Connie S. 103,326 Williams, Cynthia 274 Williams, Dwayne 291 Williams, Janice 326,105 Williams, Lionel 172 Williams, Martha 117 Williams, Michael 326,179 Williams, Rebecca 291 Williams, Susan 291,131.152, 135 Williams, Ted 326 Willis, Jerry 141 Willis, Kattiryn 291,106 Willows, Barbara 161,274 Willows, Cheryl 326 Willows, Kenneth 274 Wills, Kathrvn 326,167 Wills, Lowell 326 Wills, Mary 274 Wilmesherr, Ronald 274 Wilp,Kocoa 116,305 W ilson, Audrey 274 Wilson, Alan 174,157,241,137,110, 92,93,274 Wilson, Brewer 274 Wilson, Cheryl 156,164,239,274 Wilson, Christopher 177,305 Wilson, Claude 291,117,208,207, 202,204,206 Wilson, Debra 165 Wilson, Dolly 75 Wilson, Donna 291,101,102 Wilson, Edward 291,179 Wilson, Elizabeth 105,65 Wilson, Gayle 118 Wilson, George 136 Wilson, Gregory 136,186,274 Wilson, Harold 305 Wilson, Herman Dr. 75,23 Wilson, James 326.121 Wilson, Jill 291,146 Wilson, Jimmv 305 Wilson, Karen 134.102,274 Wilson, Larry 236 Wilson, Mark 326 Wilson, Mary 326,236 Wilson, Maureen 326 Wilson, Rick 326 Wilson. Sandra 291 Wilson. Ted 216.305 Wimp. Sarah 73.160 Windels. Theodore 305 Windier. Jane 326.169 Windsor. Jeanette 291 Winslow. Kathy 107 Winslow. Lucille 73 Winter. Susan 326 Winters. Terrence 205.202.275 Wisdom. Debra 291.165.114 Wiskeirchen. Gloria 305 Wiskirchen. Robert 275 Witherspoon. Robert 117 Witkoske. Martin 291 Witte. David 326 Wittier. Patricia 305 Wolf. Constance 101.102.113, 275 Wolfe, Calvin 127 Wolfmeyer, Therese 326 Wolcast, Larry 291 Woltjen, Susan 167,6,305 Wolverton. Sylvia 291.103,140.149, 98 Wombwell, Glenn 291,181 WOMEN ' S DORM COUNCIL 131 WOMEN ' S RECREATIONAL ASSN. 134.135 Wommack. Rose 326 Wood. Deborah 139.165.103.98.113 Wood. Johnie 147.157.181.305,93 Wood, Nancy 119,113,103,305 Woodard, Valerie 291,120,129 Woodford, Joan 291 Woodling, Dana 327.144.132.151 Woods. Ann 305 Woods. Dr Dale 76.118 Woods. Edna 291 Woods. James 124 Woods. Kevin 291,126 Woods. Linda 327 Woods. Paul 327 Woodward. Bruce 291 Wooley. Boyce 136.186.275 Wooley. Janet 275 Wooten.Dottye 275.167 Wormsley. Mary 327.134 Worrell, Dr. Elizabeth 75,106 Wosmansky, George 171,275 WRESTLING 210 Wright, Ann 97,169,275,103 Wright, Constance 134,305 Wright. Donna 75 Wright. J, C. 112 Wright. Nancy 275 Wright. Dr. Robert 61 Wu.Livun 236.100 Wu. Lu 100 Wuhush. Muhammed 327.108 Wulf. Janet 101.160,275 Wyhs, Nancy 327,110,102 Wvrick, Carole 291,101,102,113 Wyrick, Roger 327 Y Yackley, Karen 291,156,92,94, 113,167,104,105,168 Yagel, Lynette 109 Yagel, Jeanette 109 Yagel, Sheila 291 Yagel. Shirley 291 Yager, Carla 305 Yager, Cordelia 134,152,275 Yager, Donald 327 Yager, Joseph 95.123.122.275 Yager, Michael 291 Yahn, Marie 327 Yates. Anthony 124.275 Yates, Donald 236 Yates, Joan 305 Yates, Rebecca 291,165,104,105 Yearns, Ronald 123 Yeldell. Betty 327 Yelovich. Anthony 187,210 Yen, Forceman 109 Yetter, Connie 291 Yin, Wei-Ting 108 YOUNG DEMOCRATS 116 YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS 120 York, Connie 291 York, Cynthia 327 Yos, Donna 165,305 Yos, John 124 Young, Frederick 291,124 Young, Karen 6 Young, Rejeana 327 Young, Robert 291 Young, Roger 327 Young, Timothy 327 Young, William 220,137 Younker, Bruce 291 Yount, Kathleen 327 Yutz, Helen 97,103 Zarie, Kavoos 327 Zechman, Lynn 121,157,177,305 Zeigler, Dennis 291 Zeigler, Sharon 103,275 Zelle, Kathleen 167 Zenteno, Manuel 236,109 ZeruU, Robert 327 Zimmermann, Donna 327 Zinnert, Richard 275 Zotz, Mary 291 Zuehlke, Barbara 305 Zyl, Rolland 95 345 ■3 cJc ' U A l - m WALSWORTH Man-eline, Mo., U.S.A.


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