Truman State University - Echo Yearbook (Kirksville, MO)

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He may meet students from foreign countries who are of a different color than he, but finds that they have many things in common with him and much to share. lf he was not aware of the racial situation in our coun- try before arriving at college he will soon learn about ite-in the classroom and in' campus social life. During his college years one become more aware of color and many of the concepts, ideas and changes that oc- cur because of encounters with it, color will not fade from one's memory. It is with this idea that we hope this color- ful yearbook will not allow your memories of your college life to fade and to reflect upon the idea that all men see all colors as beautiful. Conten Student Life . . Academies . . . Activities .... Greeks . . . . Athletics 3. . . Classes . . . . Index ...... ts Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 8 40 76 152 184 232 334 -ff, ,, H "f ' A "f , , 1,3 V V' 712 ff 4 :,v? fo 1 1 I I , 15? 5 Lui, Hi 1 U 1 V R ,afgu Q53 'i 4 1 fi 4 ff . 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Mq...l..- , ffwgvwww 4w,'X 5 X , X f What thoughts are passing through the mind of Brooke Williams, President of the Student Senate, as she pauses amidst the crowd? ' , z .zz n I Z Gus Roberts and Thelma Anderson comfortable surroundings of Ryle Hall. utilize the NMSC ing ha V ' , ,, f' W W,W,m X fa??,,a Z S we of , A A. fy- .Ev 9 f W , f T 1 f ,, ff ' V g xg 3 I ,. , ,, ,, X ff -- ' ' , X, 0 , it f ffgff - , ' f 4 'f if f '- A f 4 " X 519' . ' W ,, so . ,. . -ff, Q is ,aswa ,sffsfi f ir, ,, I ,, fav: X Q u s J ff C fy M A 4, 1-Wifi A X Z , ' 5' ' X . X 1 , X .,,,.,, - ,, fy f h ,M f if f ' ': A Q ' Q, 1 K X T' J pw ' 1 Af! ,Uh ,, ef A wa, gkvf, " ' ' - ,ff .Q f f I : '- . A Q V 1 -I V, .A . , , ,f ' Z3 I, .f a 'i f J ' rf 4 t " X i t . i 5-W -X ss w Q W ' ' ff NW X ,, ew- , r WSWS We fy f' ff' gy 5, 1 ,tl X f s f . ff Q J ' I, , sw 1 if K W f . ' . , if sf' V A f 5 W f Maw sv X X' XX 4 I 21' WJ vii-'iz 1 I X r ,L t X My , ,,,,4, , 4 . 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This is a game imbues infinite patience, a thorough NMSC marching band helps to raise the spirits of the ing halftime activities at the Homecoming football game. f to see exactly how much you'd like to go to our college. Played biannually by any number it knowledge of packet sequence, and a good dash of guerrilla warfare Bulldogs' fans dur- Walk-up libraries? Well, the incoming half anyway Here a student makes good use of Pickler Memorial's new 24 hour book depository 'ft -fwff-e',V ' 'f X Wifxff f wwf swf4rZ:7yw.,s , f .Q--3, Z WW ,V A I if' , Wat V ,ggi W, 4 ft,l4ffQ?ifQ , Of, if ' ' ' ,, I I I, 2 - 'WM tf'vW,t,"l , f , 1-4 , ' ff, W M . ', ' t ' K , X 'M K wif 4 , l W Mi K K M f 7' .V f , . , - V +3 f -, K , fffi 1 ,,:,,c ,W . , , , A f K , ,, X' f f 'f f ' at f . - T . T - 't v T ' Q t ,I , , , I X f X ff f , - MQWQWQ Q A , wwf. 4. , , .W f 5 if '25 ,xg f X W N if ,W , 4 if .swf jj r .- 71 V 5 gym MQW? y V M V U lirtehff-W , if nz V X We f , , ,f fi . 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This is proved by ' b' h l'da tree in Jan McNally and Stacey Ganakes as they read under the ig on y Ryle Hall. f I IS 'd lk Dou LeFebvre runs to the warm safety of Culley Cowgill hands it over! Lt. Michael O'Hearon of the local Salvation Army Post accepts with a smile d fom NMSC's annual Christ- Gene Ch organized Biologica canned goods an money r W, mas dance. fs, j C ,fa jf l 2 9 A if I J, M. ffm' , , ' W My 6, yum. .ff J ,, s W eafqzqa V Wi' -fig: 'm safety of tel O'Hearon of s with a smile 9 annual Christ- ,rv f 'llwamnmag I ...wa-au 1 -W.-u 2 I E Gene Childress and Steve Berg concentrate on a chess game in Dobson Hall. The game is part of a small private tournament organized by fifteen students living in Dobson. Biological Inquiry has aroused these students into using the proper experimental procedure in order to gain greater insight into the way things grow f 4 ,Z gwf -wfwavmv lfwmmra K ,pmt ' sw " g ff ff45J'ljQfZfn I, f f ff , 'ff iff , W ' -f f fff Q JA? 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Frank Sladek with make-up on is putting hair in his ear for his part of Gremio in the College Player's production of "Taming of the Shrew". X Q V: , ws my , 'sw 'Kiss X Mrs' , i ' T f' 22 as The Everyday People from St. Louis supply music for the annual Homecoming dance. The dance, sponsored by the Student Senate, is free for the students. Several students take advantage of the transportation provided to and from the new Industrial Education building. The bus leaves every hour, and saves the students much time and effort if they manage to be prompt! !M,,..-v"' Z Mw.,,-'ff ,A . Mya., V I U 'N f r , , tim , Q ,Q ZAR A ,egg in 1, aw M Y ti AWRK is 'shi Q! The eveni The 5 , 5 yi val hs: if :XJ-QU - F -. ,jj 1- iv I X 5 A3 A li ll T. 2 annual Senate, ivided to is leaves if they .g ,Q '52, l in if 1, ,' Z 2 3 ,. 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Many hours of orchestra parctice produce both good music and calloused fingers o,'. l 1.2! .ebglfp i 4 4 ' 'Llp 1, 5. .pn mr. l 1 ' 47 I-. ' sl ,, 4r,v,, ' n 'qi 4, . +A- Y I , l" ' , , :Q I-,I 1' B . . is w,-HU, gf We-G.: 5 1 S f l l 1 r 4 ,N as I' 4 4 nf, . 1 LJ V W, .,,m..wff--www ww M W Q 5 5 2 ,J ' ,K 'Q ,ff ff , ,gf 42 Zg " MQ Q7 W ff '47 1 f tw W f t . M Wwfwmf, ff , eg! ,W 4 ,, SQ vw Gazlng wlth rapt attention, two students await the outcome of the Bulldog confrontatlon wlth rxvals. Ai The for a Kirks , B25 V Q 7 I 1 f N f f 1 X if se iff 'Zi QQ sf 5 'SPT N cg y. .u J. Q -3? Q, ak -w ,-.E 5 1. W X .1 v--F in xv' 22 N - . x" f. 'x ,ew . CY. 'L 5 fi x 2 I s' N , L ' A 3 , sg , T .'e'r , vfy A E M ,f e E , f 1 t It aff' 3 mera bug. Coeds attempt to leave campus without breaking their necks on ice-and-snow-covered Kirksville in January. Audience responds enthusiastically to Ilmo concert. Ilmo's drummer gets with it. -fm fw f y ,,, , f, I f r 19 1 f 4k sidewalks after a twelve inch snow buried 41,2 , uf 7 nf , r' " My I. , ' 1 A , Debbie If These su s. Q -, . ,M 1 ' t s' Q iv, sz ge j r req L tl if iff, ft. ig. Q f 41' uf Y . 'Lf :Xi v-' after a ' 1 Z fi 1 .5 Cyl!! 5fA1mu.w 1351? . st X K . Y' V X Debbie Dougherty spending her time and money downtown shopping for Christmas gifts. These students ready to give information or to sell bumper stickers supporting the Zero Population Growth organization. rf V M,i1w,,,g:wqwQ2MfM . I ,.,w . 13254 , , ,,, I l V f Q 1, " Y MW W ,,,Q,,, ,,, 11 1" H . ,M-ff fi, , ,. . . ,. ,, MF' :.z'9Q., f i i I in f M fr f 2 , . ,,, f , , 1 'ff' -ff M452 W fl ' ' FWITZ' -e 1 .-we A -ff ' f w t Lx ,M awzfa ' V fb' ,LMA-w3'f7,,4f5Swim:-4-iff" 'lv 0- 1 J, i f , , ,gf ' -- 'fwwf' 5. fc" 2,4-rw' May,-V '-V' f, ,L Vi , ummm,- U! V0?UtAHON 25 IVUIVQMN 'Q MASH' The excitement and thrills of Homecoming is highlighted and torch-lighted by these campaigners for their queen candidates: .Q-l Index editor, Stan Johnston, interviews members of task forces repre- Ry' sentatives as Charles Campbell, Dean of Administration, looks on.- can Dr. Monroe Chandler keeps dry while waiting for the graduation proces- S sional to begin. hr W Pre-game activities at Homecoming included a speech of welcome by the Homecoming queen, Kristin Linnemann. O 4 ' f 4? ,, ' . M X . W S X ,W 4 ZQLXXKAJ Z . ww fx 'L 016 A f ,Q ' ?'y4X mf! if bm ,Cc ' ff, , f , K' ,JA , My ,Wm M 7 J V43 L if Q26 A S gan If M4 f If 1 ,N , 45. Xi nM40f 1 ray' f ,WA .,,, wg ' an .X f ,f W f f,f -W f X f ' 3 f Y ,4 Wggfwi , 1 4 , ,ff , 4 V f J ,n ,, 44.1.1-YM" w x , f f f ' , ,, ,MV 1- 10' x . K I ff . I f Hn. " f1Q,g.ffl I' N Qws ! I wwf mm This banner enthusiastically welcomes all students during the busy Homecoming weekend. Barb Harrington hams it up during practice sessions at the Little Theater. Pasc WY, or Z . M -,Wm Q fildgwmmvfvi ' 2 I Z is .- N ,- ,X ,,,, 4 551. a.W,v,4-fmf gm- QJ-: 5 w,,,,,..,..v13e-pafw 3 4 1 z , ,my Mf,+A2"" " ' 1' , .-.wfffmswfw 'V' zifhlfffx i f -W - A ff, , f r vvffz W , Q. 'WM f, 4 ,A 3 r .52 .Nw .R g -' 4. .X . x Q . M... .m"1:' ' -C JW. 4. 'Q ., :xv . 9 vb!! , . .-'x 1:13 rf? fx. ' , 5. X, '. ' x s --x -,u . v. If 'r .5 L Ji 4,4 , l 2 5 . .' ' w jf 43 ,Q Q fffldfr 512. HK . .W . Ac! 1 xg ' L: M . tw i ,. ff A iw 'Q' M ,gl ,5 gfffff ' V. W f', 1 , gQ,,ff,4 I af Q24 N, wi, f., 7 eww: Swift , ywf A fffgwwifi K , f f KW' 1, . QWE ,L ,wry ve: .W " 57,,L' l K , ,mga f' ' :ff-7' ,f MA, ' 4, Af, if , V ' if A if 7C,"f'o fi' VVYMQWTWC, lg in in we y.. y ir-K Paul Gray glances at one of the many Christmas cards that are distributed for the benefit of UNI mail. 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McClain believes that the minds of the College's teachers, students, and scholars can func- tion best when all support services which pave the way to bringing administrative decisions sharply into focus with the needs of the individual. For this reason, the President's first goal for the year has been administrative reorganization. The divisions of data processing, business, and maintenance-along with other administrative services divisionsfnow report directly to the Dean of Administration. Dynamic and bold ideas in the area of administrative decision-making have been under- taken. The new Administrative Resource Center, designed to speedthe collection and retrieval of answers to questions, is one of several innovations in the President's office. Dr. abou 292 .Mu f ya f f 41, it sv 1 ray: Q it Q -X -x if IS! 4 f M is El I 31-. A in ' I I . , E r ? v ' 1 .. --.f . -.1 ft., ,. V-'W -.-Y -. A, - - . - .--'71-i-1.. s. .J-ff',F6.P:xefvJ?7:.-aP - -. . 'Tl 35' . 7 '97 . .t ,. , ,.x'. vu V, W. .1 J...-. ity.. ,.-,L ,,.U,-,.,.,u' , .N--,U Z.. 4 , , .,r,. . -..,.. .. ,,- X- 'K 4 1 1, 4,51 . N .. V-President Mittler Works With Committees Dr. Mittler relaxes at NMSC football win. The activities of the office of Vice-President Eli Mit- tler are centered essentially in two areas - to take the place of the President and act at his direction in caseuof absence and to be in charge of extra-divisional affairs. These affiars include the Extension Service, Placement Service, Correspondence Bureau, Audio-Visual education. and the Funds and Grants Committee. This last committee is composed of representatives of every academic division. They meet monthly to study all possibilities of procuring federal grants, with the vice-president acting as chairman. Other committees headed by Dr. Mittler are the Organiza- tion Planning Committee and the Space -Committee, which deals with space utilization for the whole campus. Presently, Dr. Mittler and the Correspondence Bureau are working to extend college correspondence courses. They hope to make them more adoptable to the individual needs of the student through the use of tapes, movies, even personal visits. In conjunction with this goal Dr. Mittler reiterated the philosophy of President McClain - that the College must serve the entire community in the college area. Dean Charles Campbell Takes Over New Office Longer Student Union hours, better dormitory food, changes in registration, and campus beautification are a few of the changes that Dean Campbell, the newly appointed Dean of Administration is striving to obtain. Dean Camp- bell took over these duties September of this year. The position has the responsibility of all administrative mat- ters. Dean Campbell is promoting an open door policy for all students with problems. To better the food services, Campbell has faculty members eating in the halls to report the suitability of the food. The Dean and his associates hold seminars to discuss and present solutions to these problems. Divisions which report to the Dean of Administration include the Business Office, Maintenance, Food Service, Data Processing, Registrar's Office, Student Union and the Campus Book Store. Safety and Security, another division under the direction of Dean Campbell, is currently being revised with the development of the Honor Guard and for- mation of S.O.S. Safety is relevant to student needs and these changes, the Dean feels, will involve the student. Dean Campbell glances over message left him by his secretary. ... X X -'e-,ewiibv W r""" gas N fi Robe was sinc the in t cont incl mer vlit- the : of iirs. lent ion. ttee ion. ring ian. iza- iich 'eau ses. lual :ven .tler the rea. I - 1 Information Updating Is Chief Goal Robert McKinney serves as division head. Robert L. McKinney is head of the Public Relations di- vision at Northeast Missouri State College. Informing the public of purposes, goals, and achievements of the College are the main responsibilities of the division. Susan Hahn is the division newswriter. Mrs. Hahn re- leased news from the College to various news media in areas of the United States where students originate from as well as locally in Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri. John Kenney serves as the College publicity photogra- pher and instructor in photography. Alumni activities are under the direction of Russell Harrison, who edits the NEMOSCOPE, publication of the NMSC Alumni Association. William Cable. director of publications, also acts as sports information director. The ECHO yearbook' and the INDEX newspaper, student publications of NMSC were under the supervision of Joe Galkowski during the fall semester and the advisory duties of directing the student publications were taken over by Mr. Richard Massa, beginning in the spring semester. Ludlow nstalledAs Dean Oflnstruction Assuming new duties this year as Dean of Instruction was Dr. Earl Ludlow. Dr. Ludlow had been at the College since I964 as a professor of education. Previous to joining the faculty here he acquired some 35 years of experience in the schools of Kansas and Oklahoma As chief academic officer of the College. Dean Ludlow concerned himself with both students and faculty. His duties include overseeing any changes. additions. or improve- ments in the existing academic program. Dean Ludlow confers with the other new administrative personnel. Dean Campbell and Thomas Churchwell. - f -ua v 1 1' x ff - .':f'..l'i's:7.- 7-'Li"H ff ia:-,-7f'.f:T5 if .. f --.-,h,,...-it-..s-..f. --Q - '. .,s.. .-gs-' f.-.ve rv'-. - Y"-' - '--'---' e' " Business Services Division Gives tudent Assistance The business and financial responsibilities ofthe College were carried out by the division of Business Service. Under division head Pete Nicoletti, was the purchasing agent, who made the requisitioned- purchases for the college: the Comptroller, who 21dmiHlSICfCd the internal budget and certified purchases requestedg the stenographic office, which was responsible for all stenographic and duplicating service used: and the telephone exchange, which provided communication service for the students and faculty. Much of the operations were speeded up by the use of the Data Processing Computers. These computers were an aid in the processing of checks and forms, and in other jobs which would require much time without a machine. Pete Nicoletti, division head, handles purchased requisitions for the college. Data Processing Head Information Center Dr, Robert Bradley demonstrates use of the computer terminal to Dr. Wright and Dr. Ludlow. Responsible for supervising the development of information systems for the college is the Data Processing Center. Some of these responsibilities are fulfilled by offering advice in the areas of information storage, information transmission, or information usage. Recent applications include revising the peri- odical system for the library and the inventory system. The academic use of the center has also been greatly increased this year. These activities and the operation of our student and alumni in- formation systems has caused a great increase in the regular activities of the center. Future plans call for an intensive analysis and updating of current systems, and the development of systems in several new areas. lb St I ainiec schoo contii sougl that the f finanv study I select for t novat the L desig ing. exprt exper K ll r 1.1 rollege. Jment Data vilities as of in, or peri- :ntory 5 also ivities ni in- tse in s and :ment pward Bound Motivates High School tudents Upward Bound is a college preparatory program aimed at motivating Northeast Missouri area high school students from low income backgrounds to continue their education through college. Students sought out have ability, potential, and personal worth that may not have been recognized or expressed in the typical classroom. The program contributes financial aid, guidance, and any necessary remedial study skills. Instructors and tutor counselors are carefully selected from the NMSC student body and faculty for their capability and willingness to try new in- novations in teaching and their ability to understand the Upwand Bound student. 'A special curriculum is designed to help the student develope creative think- ing, individual confidence, and effective self- expression needed for a successful college experience. Basil Morlan heads the program to benefit area high school students. Health Clinic Gives Free Immunizations Members of health service provide assistance at annual Red Cross Blood- mobile Drive. "Better clinical facilities and a larger per- sonnel cannot be attained until provisions have been acknowledged by the administration for a larger clinic," commented Dr. John Biggerstaff, super- visor of the College Health Office. The student health clinic, located in Kirk building, services approxi- mately 700 students per week. Among these services are tests and immuni- zations and flu shots. "Do Not Be A Product of Student UnresteGet Your Flu Shot Now and Enjoy Bodily Peace" was a year-round sign on the door of the clinic. Many students took advantage of these free immunizations during the cold, winter months. Minor surgery is also provided by the campus Student Health Services. This surgery is given free of charge when requested by the student and recom- mended by Dr. Biggerstaff. f 1212 5 .,,,,.a.uw-,-way,-gf Dean Henry Boucher re The Division of Student Affairs, under the leader- ship of Henry Boucher, was this year in charge of stu- dent organizations, social activities, both on and off- campus housing, student aid, awards and scholarships, and many other activities concerning the general wel- fare ofthe students. Director of Freshman Enrollment, Jerry Gregory, was placed in charge of orientation, advising and en- rolling new freshmen. Rita Gramann, Dean of Women and faculty sponsor for the Panhellenic Council was responsible for setting up of the social calendar and working on Greek activities. Director of Housing, Al Holzmeier, worked with making arrangements for housing of on-and off-campus students. Under the leadership of Wayne Newman, Director of Financial Aid, the Work-study program was effi- ciently ran for those qualified students seeking financial aid. ' views letters and transcripts in deciding a student's financial aid assignment. Administrators Promote Student Welfare Jerry Gregory, director of Freshman Enrollment, plans new ways to speed up the pre-registration procedures for freshmen. A-wh.. V, , A-"fr .f. -wX, JY' ,gwwwavf Mfr ,M fgx l l l the n inclui work masti plicat uate proce Chang Charl: lCSf SK ,,.h ,M M gem ly 41414 3 ' 4 o speed Graduate Studies Office Formulates New oliciesi 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 ap- plications and transcripts. The director of Graduate Studies works with the Grad- uate Council in formulating and revising policies, Various procedures were modified this year in adjustment to the change to a semester system. Charles Elam, director of Admissions. directs the checking of transcripts and lest scores for all prospective students at the College. J. P. Martin, head of Graduate programs, coordinates and plans cur- riculum for students pursuing higher degrees Admissions Office Gives "Senior Day" Determining the academic, physical, and social standing of students applying for admission to the Col- lege is a major job of the Admissions Office. Added responsibilities are the sending of information to high school seniors, evaluating of transcripts and test scores, and the advising of students about career and course opportunities. Each year the Admissions Office, under the di- rection of Charles Elam, sponsors a Senior Day. The purpose of this is to aquaint prospective college stu- dents from high schools in the Northeast Missouri area with the facilities and Curriculums available at NMSC. Students are free to attend lectures from the depart- ment 1n which they are most interestedg then the day is culminated in a "get-acquainted" dance. frat-f lr . - v.ff,.,,. r- . , K K-gg, - -6- ,gg ,, - I , fl ..:f.l3,p v.,4-fe-,fei,5,. .kf.,l:,,2:Qtz-3131: V,,Y3,. .n':A,g,? L.sF1,L,.xi,.,:A4g:: -,gm,:n5, A I. Jay- hr,rv,?,:.-1-27. -Szygnwy M :F x ., .. ,.,.,,.. . -,,,. - ., , , , , 1, ,,, .,,. .Y ,- cg: Af.-, A- W N' J-c 4 1 'Z A 4' V, ' ,. , ,J-- l l r l l l l l 1 Registrar Personnel ' Handle College Paperwork Microfilming of student records was one of the improve- ments made at the Registrar's Office. Other important changes this year included reducing the number of registration forms to be completed by the student and an evaluation of the pre- registration process in an attempt to make it easier in the future. Responsibilities of the Registrar's Office include main- ? taining accurate student records of credit and grades, pro- viding transcripts, evaluating transfer credits, certifying credit to other schools and the State Department of Education, and sending out student grade reports. Requirements for stu- R dent aids include a specified academic average, clerical ability, and the desire to help students. The new radio systems are convenient for Howard Morris, head of the Maintenance Division. Here. he checks to see that the newly purchased Air force base buildings are safe and patrolled. 52 , ,, t .W f , yang if l, yr Vw 1 ' f ,,..,.,w--"""""M Orville Bowers, chief registrar for the College, checks his files to make sure a student's transcript is both available and correct. Maintenance Division Acquires More Duties A' Relocated this year in spacious new quarters at the renovated BSU building, the College Maintenance Depart- ment employs some 85 full-time and 45 part-time workers to keep NMSC ticking. Parking stickers, building and grounds maintenance, repair work, and security facilities are only a few of the services of the Maintenance Depart- ment under the direction of Howard Morris. Recently the Maintenance staff acquired a little more to watchethe new Industrial Education Building and the aban- doned Air Force radar base. Security staff members were given additional duties and responsibilities because of these additions. New maintenance equipment this year included an FM radio system for all security cars. ,,,,,v-44" Dr. Ro test resu Di Ai Fi possibl divisio and co In the Bt ucatioi and th vice. S institut public gree u D tensior Bohon of AL14 reau o files to H1 38 at the Depart- vorkers tg and acilities Depart- nore to : aban- 's were f these ded an ' . lv- 158' x Dr. Robert Wright, director of Counseling and Testing services, discusses test results and the new study skills center with Dean Ludlow. Division ofExtension Aids Education Majors 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 Extension Service are the Bureau of Placements, Bureau of High School Ed- ucational Activities, Bureau of Audio-Visual Education, and the Bureau of Correspondence and Extension Ser- vice. Students who are unable to attend an educational institution may take courses through this service, and public school teachers may take courses toward a de- gree 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, Bu- reau of Correspondence and Extension Service. Counseling and Testing Aid Freshman Tutoring Service to the individual student as well as to the group of students has been the express goal of the Counseling and Testing Division at NMSC. A special area in which the division was active in was the co- ordination of the freshman tutoring program, aiding the freshman who had not yet adjusted to his college classes and the college way of life. Increased counseling services are available to students through the efforts of advanced graduate stu-- ,vdents working in the division. The division also boasted four professional counseling psychologists with doctor- ates in that area and a professional psychometrist who administered standardized tests. Within the study skills lab, student characteristics were researched to provide information for eventual student aids. Noah Richardson. head of the Correspondence Department of the Extension Di- vision. evaluates a students work in one of his courses. . .- ..V , V . ,- , V. 1, ,.f, ., . .: r' ,.,,.'-we-.fqgw -..af-ei' -1' . 1 f1+ s- -f -T',-1-s1"i'iff'5'1'f,:5i7'!1'-T-ff-5:'ZZ-55353 i'fl9ff4fg5b2l-'iff-ffcfl' ' P. 42,1f15?'.E51f-5:'1::?lf: wi 'X E " .1 s - 'vi 1 'S 7 Z 7 umxww-Q-wwmsw Aa, : Dr. Ruth Towne is shown conferring with Dr. Walter H. Ryle in his office about the biography of the former College President. which Dr. Towne, professor of history at NMSC. completed in l97l. Dr. Ryle Completing Centennial History This year President Emeritus Dr. Walter Ryle has been kept busy with three major areas of concern. From his office in Kirk Building, Dr. Ryle is now nearing com- pletion of his sixth book, the official history of Northeast Missouri State from I867 to 1967. At the time of his re- tirement Dr. Ryle was requested by the Board of Regents to write this centennial history of the College. Utilizing the College Missouriana Collection, information from various alumni. college archives, and old college publications, he is now working on the 25th and final chapter of the book. In addition to the history, Dr. Ryle is in charge of all landscaping of the campus and overseeing operation of the greenhouse. He is presently drawing plans for additional trees. shrubs, and evergreens this spring. Finally, Dr. Ryle is also involved in several civic responsibilities. He serves on the Zoning and Planning Commission of Kirksville, as chairman of the Health and Welfare Council of Northeast Missouri, and on the board of the United Fund. "' e "t:'w...enk fs --- "" M ,...t.., .....,a.....N as ml. -. , t t,.,.....- , Q l 41, J Presic Memt I 4 f Dr. R P 1 F E v I , 4 th- 1.-HJ mr PM f. .Y ,. - - ,, , , .fy ,:, , .,f-..e-ee-as.-reuqf--ff ,Q i- 4:1-.-,J -- 4 4 , , -V I f . f -'T ,-, -' 'mf ,. J rszrvf f---12' f'-- 2 1-'Sy f f if- r-:ffl-f f:'-'a-F1 -',-'fff"'1,- 1:2 ff?-'Q '-- -"i- ff. ..-11,1 --, i , . :ze -'f+ f5ftsf"":i'ev SETQ Z-5454.355?f??5-f-Q::3:?'.:f13'E?f'2-L44-1:-PZ:iii-?,.-1,11 -:,- .s -.5521 :T -:af-.f 1--f ' .- -' B -- ' 2435.3 .. -. .,. .. , ,. - .f - - 5, Dr. Charles Kauzlarich ably serves as head of the Business Division. New Courses Added in Business Education Housed in Violette Hall, the Business Education Di- vision of NMSC has offered students a wide variety of fields of endeavor. The flexibility of the programs have not only helped prepare teachers of business subjects within the high school and junior college, but has also provided stu- dents with intensive short courses toward their vocational training. Completion of one of the programs enabled stu- 56 dents to obtain the Bachelor of Science degree, the Bachelor of Science in Education, or the Master of Arts degree. For those students who did not desire a major in busi- ness, another highly developed course of study was de- veloped to serve the student. One and two-year certificate programs are now offered, as well as special programs in accounting and data processing. ff, I QW fi 4,7 X W ' if fi :Z W 4' fyz. , ,, fsf' :MJ W mf 'iff' 2 M5 Dora C James l K 3 new sez WW V ,fif 5 Q X- ,f ,W la ' W 'fl-eff' f f. tt f Laura l 'I Janice Harolc L., achelor n busi- 'as de- 'tificate ams in may 0,4 nv' fs QW 1 X-.., 4? va l ff A "1 ' V '45 W1 I 5 , .. i 'I n if-m g ,Li Jimi xxx Q, .Asif ,cf , gf- , ,f r-,m ike ' A ' bg ' ' ' ' f. tail 1 "3 i' '- ns. ' 7 ' ' , 'W 7 .1 f ., - 5 ,V Q ' v Dora Clark Betty Cochran James Edwards Jerry Geisler Kina--.....,, Laura Hulse Jeff .lessee Georgetta Perkins puts in her time developing needed secretarial skills. t at 'S Janice Legg Joyce Mcliervey Eugenia Roberts Dwayne Shoemaker il I l " ' f7, f ' W , 'fn L ' F, -1 I ,"f-T" Harold Mickelson Joseph Mitch Robert Sprehe Jerry Viltetoe M i 'S ., ,.- . , f , ., . ..: ,.-Q . . 7. ,-,,r:.n-aff,-fa-V. .,..:.t'-ark?-:gLi -it 'TH if faaff'-.f'f:',..:s " '1-E531-iiif' i-f-E+:1'fTff3"'A"""l-'E--I "iu"', "5' ' ' " ' I ' ' ' x J, , ..- Jr V ww 4 5 Af A as 1 f 'L C , ,,sM vvweu..a..,,,,,,, Dr. Lindsey Taylor, head of the Education Division, advises Carl Ritz about the required courses for education and counseling majors and minors. Teaching Skills Center Prepares Future Teachers Preparation for future teachers, social administrators, and counselors constitute the major purpose for the Edu- cation Division faculty members. A new Teaching Skills Center was begun by the division this year. The center is composed of three laboratories: lj audio-visual utilization, 21 instructional materials preparation, and 35 microp teaching. These laboratories provide intensive skills train-V ing for juniors and seniors enrolled in teacher education. The Education Division under the direction of Dr. Taylor Lindsey prepares students in the art of teaching, including the skillful use of materials and techniques. The division cooperates with the public schools in this area providing student teaching. The division offers degrees in elementary education, secondary education, administration and guidance. Throughout the year, plans for improving student teaching was made. U I I . K A '. J i s mg . . ' K V Q. V 1 N ' I .L 7 sw 2 ,A Q I e S W' , X Y x X i . X Clifton Bell Forest Crooks Marlow Ediger , Elizabeth Evans Loren Grissom 2 GS- , ,M , t - 'Fins-.n S. f Dr. ching, T, The area :es in ration 'oving , ,Y italy! Taylor Lindsey Earl Ludlow Grace McReynolds William Matthew R. B. Mease Clarence Murphy H, B, Tate Howard Terry Linn Terry Students ff' mlb :iff MA. must fill out forms and have faculty approval before signing up for education courses during registration activities. , ---1-,W , 1,5 f- , . . 'e . - -,mm f' gt-,,f:',. .q-5' ,',,f,: .,.,,1q,r,5',-Pfiiggvar-.,Vgg:--,4,,L?5g?qs,'q,g:l4Q3,g.3.1jgf 95- I - 31-glgmfg-,'.'5f.-5'a, zsmgfklg.. 3,1 s L 1 , A v Q ' , .F . , , .. , . - ' ' -' - A X- '1 1- 1 1 " 1 -' ,,,,.i.--.---, D Fine A rts Department Acquires Adair House Weaving, design and painting studios are among the new provisions in the Fine Arts Division this year. Not only is the entire third floor of Baldwin Hall devoted to Art students, but the Division newly acquired the old Adair House for use as ceramics and three-dimensional design laboratories. In addition eight new practice rooms for Music majors are available in Kirk Building. The enlarging Art department also received a new graphics press for the development of print making. A variety of activities sponsored by the Division in- cluded a concert by Vaclav Nehlybel, internationally known composer and conductor, and the presentation of Puccini's Madame Butterfly Opera, which was performed at both the College and the American Theatre in St. Louis. Dr. O. A. Fuller, Administrator of Fine Arts at Lincoln Uni- versity, consulted with the faculty concerning Black studies in Fine Arts. A series of consultants from area schools for the Teaching of Music classes were also included in the year's activities. The Fine Arts Division also hopes to sponsor a two-week Music and Art tour in Europe for in- terested students in August, '71, Dr. Dale Jorgenson, head of the Fine Arts Division, demonstrates the in structions of various keyboard techniques to the members of his division gyi 1 N0 .sl 4 D - at s V g ' , i Q ' Y W if K 2 Students eniov the me " ' ' - ' ,' ' . , , any art exhibitsgof fine paintings and sculptors shown by art majors during the entire year, s. v-- the in division. A 1 , f f w,u...., f 1, A I 3 Mx. nk., Music students take advantage ofthe new electrical piano labratories for long, uninterrupted practice hours. My W Mein MV 714,9 11- ff-fb. ,- ' ,, -X t it' Q51 , , V ye ' . - IM, Helen Babbitt Roger Cody Thomas Higgins Marybelle Jepson X Lewis Danfelt David Nichols f v - v M M i Kent McAlexander Richard Morton Claudine Terry William Unger Richard Weerts ww- f i T .U-4 -X Q ,Mus KQQ 'nfl H .1-1---..- l l The Homecoming pep rally crowd saw head football coach Russ Sloan show his versatility as an instructor when he demonstrated the art of pic smashing on Bulldog tri-captain Ken Bebermeyer. l PE Division Phases ursing Program Uut O Curriculum A Fields of study in men's and women's physical educa- tion. health, and recreation are offered within the division of Health and Physical Education at the College. Nursing has also been offered as a department of the division until this year when the program was phased out due to a short- age of nursing instructors. The division of Health and Physical Education. under the direction of Dr. Joseph P. Dolan. offers education and practice in correct health methods and administration and offers opportunities for participation in a program of ex- tracurricular physical education. The division also offers a sound program of inter-collegiate athletic competition. In conjunction with the division, the College is a mem- ber of the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association CMIAAJL National Collegiate Athletic Association tNCAAJg and the department of Baccalaureate and Higher Degree Programs. 'V S1 DV- -l05CPh P. Dolan teaches Athletic 'Injuries and other cour ' h Education ' SCS IU I C division. as well as serving as head of the Divisio P n S of HUMA .ANA-romv f 'Q . , :iff A A 3? 1 a E 152 . ig N t s f . lt Of Health and Physical J' 2 2 4 . I X i -l W J. I I 8 J N' A Sq 'fu 2 15,1 :pi 'ffl' i', '1. , Lina .S Sf 'Q Eg: ii -'t fail Baa 'I If! '.i '.i' .fit Liss.. st 51 X Ja, I Q Sin I f 1 f' . sf .AZ ica- don sing ntH Ort- lder and and ex- fers lon. mn- ion AJ: gree V ZW W 'M gaa M 7 f V WW, y MXW 1 af f' W fW' 04 Way nf, aff ,M f f f ' f , ,,fW M iff - f Kwai ,Eff . ,W ,W ff any iw ,KW zwwa M My WM ff,f'f',a pm 'W Mfyf X, M ,Af WM wygi .MQ .,,iW..V.X,a N 'MGT .--...,- Q.",'g,".7,N 8 H. A. Walmsley .lo Ann Wcekley Lucille Winslow Russ Sloan Martha Spath Mary Thurman Maurice Wade Boyd King Regina Lindhorst Sam Nugent Ralph Pink Willard Sims Elmira Baitto Jane Barnett Jane Bartling Larry Boleach Jack Bowen Max Cogan James Dougherty Mary Estes Charles Fast Christine Foster Kenneth Gardner Virginia Hoffman f,1r-sawff.' ,wmfiaNw:1F:a?wFEm6krMi1 -, , t, W . V. -1 f,,, Q frfnfr- -, 1 ff. 1, 5 1 'E s' I Jer' A, Y 5 'f A15 -53.1 V ,Hs "F,fT'9Ti:.'-i3'-.:'2"f"4- "'."'5 If --la 'x Dr. Perry Whitmore busily scans through important correspondence prior to attending a division meeting. Language Curriculum Adds Speech Courses Division work in the Language and Literature Department included revision in both English and Speech courses. This division, under the direction of Dr. Allen P. Whitmore, proposes to guide and motivate the student in the skills and art of human communi- cation. It offers degrees in English, German, French, and Speechg and also offers work in Latin and in Pub- lications to meet the Missouri requirements for certi- fication in the secondary schools. A new speech course taken for one, two, or three hours credit to the undergraduate students was added to the Language and Literature curriculum this year. Another new course, oral interpretation for English majors, was also added to their curriculum. The give-and-take atmosphere of classroom discussion is here embodied by English majors during a seminar. ..-Q.,- lg Gail All V Z Z 4 Z -f 7 7 Charle: ii ragga W W U. ,J ' I W .loan I- Z Evere ,tf f if 42? ' A ,six v Dona l , u m Gail Albright Humberto Alvaraz Ruth Beal Brian Bedard Wanda Bemboom Glenda Clyde 968 rature 1 and on of rtivate muni- rench, l Pub- certi- three added year. nglish r I J, 4 ff ' ,g A wi J 4 f ,... 4, 2? 545: M 12? fy , is fi? f 5554! , . Charles Draper Bernice Dry Anna Downing Linda Heun Richard Heun C. V. Huenemann 'lb Joan Hunter Connie Jones Martha McClaskey Rachel McKay Terry Moser Joaquin Penalver gt as w f I V Everett Porter Linnea Ratcliff Madeline Roch James Severns Madeline Sykes Jim Thomas am at s., ' X 4. ,Q 5 ,, aw Dona Truitt Frances Walsh Leona Whittom Dcllie Wilson Herman Wilson Donna Wright - -R 45 ,H , 12: k ifgl , Vf,,.,p .3 ff: , LF j,-jiizii iw, , ,,, Y- Y-f , , -f., . , .. , J fv 'rf' 1 W' "4 f ' Mathematics Division Offers New Curriculum Mathematics courses are designed to prepare teachers of mathematics for secondary schools and junior collegesg to provide a basis of mathematics for education ol' the elementary teachersg and to provide courses ol study in mathematics per- taining to professions in industry, business, and government. Curriculum offered by the division now provides an op- portunity for the student to begin his individual study of mathe- matics at an appropriate level where he is challenged at which he can succeed. Bachelor of Science in Education degree, Bachelor of Science degree, and the Master of Arts degree are all avail- able under the division of Mathematics. ff fri'-T-1 7, . . fly If .fi if 950 ff av f f X wif! f '7 ff? ,. ,s,f . .iz 4 96 ff' , ws. , -' sf"'!ii,- " i 5? X f 1 f 76 J Dr. Dale Woods serves as Head of the Mathematics Division, John Bartling Mary Beersman John Beuckman John Davenport Donald Groff J0hIl Efhafl Jge Flowers QQ mi H.. W" sw, ' 'Wi aff - ., , W., Y yt , ff, 'Pi K fgglffmf Ag? Francis Lime I-3fmY Morley Duane Norman J I , Q J, 1 M,,,gt, 4 .t Y 1-fm: 2 - 'cf ,msg .sau .s ' ' Q sl ip ? I 44 ,l We 2 W s . 1? 1 , 4 fn f 1 s P, " 'ff-af' 4 F A 1 f Mary Jane Kohlenberg Sam Lessig Lawrence Peck J. R. Purdy M: X X fa 1 G bigg this and ven ext: con pro mu den cor shi' the in res hel act ivision. 3' Wx Martha Brockman Linda Buescher Kathel Cooper . Sherry Lynn Eitel Eleanor Ellerbracht Odessa Ofstad Gary Pickard Elizabeth Schuetz Ruth Schulte Library Hours Extendedg Old Building Remodelled Remodeling Pickler Memorial Library was the biggest revision taking place in the Library Division this year. New lighting and carpeting were installed, and an outside book deposit was added for the con- mdaddcdf venience of the students. Library hours were also extended after many student requests suggested this convenience. Main objectives of the library and its staff are to provide the best service possible to the campus com- munity. One of the main yearly attractions to the stu- dents is the Best Student Library Contest. ln this contest, students are awarded prizes and scholar- ships on the basis of the size and completeness of their own home libraries. This year the Library Division showed exhibits in the main lobby of the library. These exhibits cor- responded with shows or happenings on campus, and helped to keep students better informed about campus activities. Mr. George Hartje, Head of the Library Division, glances at one of the current periodicals. Reserve books are alphabetized by letter and by instructor for the con- ' venience of students working on special assignments or detailed reports. 1. ' .-.4 ...X-z,'-as gf.i -fe'Q-1':i?-ur:sa:Ciff:,1a?5?:J1w:5a2ig3?!T-RQ3-if ,. gg? H5511-f351:g-:2:f.fjg41t"-:fn -112--1:-f'f5!',f -1. af- 4 V -N i - ---w '- r- '-"-xlfrz.--'1, vsrr...-Tv gg, 'L-',.'-,'a-V3--,g,.,:f f' ---'L-F ga- - '- ::-- f' ivision Relocation Creates New roblems Students encountered various problems as they adjusted to the relocation of the Industrial Arts Di- vision in their newer home across campus. Trans- portation, parking, and scheduling all were minor prob- lems which irritated studentsg but by the end of the year, effective solutions were being sought. The new building provided -much greater space and improved equipment, and it also allowed for a greater expansion of existing industrial programs. One such program was the major in driving and safety education now available to interested students. Plans for the future are devoted to making use of 7 wffyfs y fin f Z ,V ,L Q wwf., 7? fifffw A , fy fffff, g gf , f 1 4 rfisiy' ' 5' 'Q L added equipment in the area of industrial plastics, Dr vs power mechanics, and woodworking, the -division also audio worked on the formulation of one- and two-year tech- nical programs with various options available. Dr. Roland Nagel discusses some current division problem with John Kenney. Ron Bagley Duane Cole Ramond Crist Larry Davis Arthur Harrington John Kenney Linni fill? William Minor D. D. Nothdurft Lowell Priebe Joseph Rhoads Bob Stone Da -d T . E vi ravis ,va 728 they . D1- rans- prob- f the new roved nsion i was ilable se of tstics, also tech- Q75 Z : aww? .. f, ff if L ti .7 fy, ff- 4 Zz 7 'Q 3' 4 , A ., I f if Dr. William Hall, head of the Special Programs Division, demonstrates audio testing equipment to members of the Speech Path. Organization. Linnea Anderson Betty Bejeck new ' " Elizabeth Frazier , fkff fwyy' ,az ,V , , fav, , ,, . ' . gzW ' W in f ' " f 7 X, ,WM t 1 l if fi ff ff A , 2 g .4 Eva Noe Naomi Roberts , ljfrigff ,fx KI ff, V? Wynne Rutledge f ff ff f W ,V -Qififif affl at f ,ai Cfysfy 0 , , 4 Lf-tg,-Wffi if f ,f 5,,,,fN,r Z 7 I ,xy a U SP Division Begins tNew Reading Laboratory Needy students received special attention this year from the division of Special Programs. Special Pro- grams offered a variety of services to individual stu- dents including a reading laboratory in Kirk Building, hearing evaluation or assistance with any speech or communication problems, and an extra program for both special education and speech pathology. Clinical ser- vices were not only provided for any college student, but have been extended to include people from sur- rounding areas. Speech Pathology has made the greatest gains this school year. Started in 1965, the Speech Pathology Program was given accreditation by the Education and Training Board of Directors of the American Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audiology. Speech Pathology, along with Special Education, doubled in the number of graduates and undergraduates enrolled in the program. .w I V i Zgyfjyy ff, " fiixa-f A f nf 'V t X, ,V fpffzgfgwfsaix X , 'Wifi f s sf 1 2 2 P , ff 1f-ff:f-em H. .-'f 1 - my 5 xy, f fs X ? ' 'ir , ' ff af ,gg X' ':,:,'.'g,'i,f '25-Y -ws .02 1 . YNY William McClelland Jeff Mitchell James Sparks , Y W- .. H... .- ., , L. . -,.-. .. er v. 1., 1- -1:1 ,Jaffeei-5,251+-f'-1'i'5l I+?-'fi'-5,r1f3fJ'e ' '.. if tw1fff?1f5i'5fQ'?1'?q"P'i 42:-IT?i1'filfiN7Ii?,' Iefffgg-'Q-gt:-'F fir:-:il-'7-"W 7" ' ' 4. ff, 42 t 0 0 il? Dr. Dean Rosebery, head of the Science Division, demonstrates the new analog computer. Science Division Buys New A nalog Computer John James Victor James Denman Black Bywaters Cochran Dimit Evans Austin Jack Don Orin Robert Jay Magruder Milliken Mock Peavler Wray Will John James Eugene RICECY Selser Settlage Shaddy Smith New revisions in curriculum were incorporated into the science department this year. Courses were taught in such ways as to better prepare the students to become teachers. These new teaching methods were especially predominant in the freshman classes of Biological Inquiry, Earth Science, and Physical Science. New innovations in the science department included a special Science Seminar. The seminar, which was designed for both science and non-science majors, featured guest speakers who discussed the many ways in which science and society interact. Lectures on ecology and environment were also presented. Because of the shortage of federal funds, the division felt honored to have been awarded a research grant in the field of physics. With this grant, the division purchased a new 513,000 analog computer. Advanced students in the fields of biology, physics, and chemistry used this new com- puter in the setting up and solving of many scientific problems. 0 Dis Ne Th designe ticular subject classes. velopm manag- In additio ment l of prc setting with f cussior currict I E Olivene Baker l l l I Geraldi Gosch 'l Charlo Revell: .. .3 CIR f X s ' MSW? .2 ev? QSITWEQS 4 swieqfi. Wy: ' X ' J s., a., 1.2 s, We ,Q at t . 1' ,YZXW 5 W. A fb As gf: 54' ,. S fb' X, , by f, Ffh ,. 1 'f wwf? s 1 Q ' rye' into il in ome ially uiry, ed a gned guest and were ision i U16 ed a the :om- itific ,.....a.a'. Home Economics Division Organizes N ew Panels g The Home Economics division curriculum is designed to allow majors in the field to teach par- ticular areas of emphasis. Practical application of subject matter is possible in clothing construction classes, food preparation laboratories, child de- velopment laboratories, and residence in the home management house. Improvements in the division this year were the addition of many conveniences to the home manage- ment house, closed circuit television for the viewing of prospective student teaching lessons, and the setting up of faculty-student panels. Students met with faculty members on a regular basis for dis- cussion and criticism of the home economics curriculum. Olivene Edith Baker Eisenstein Geraldine Joyce Gosch Hearn Charlotte Rose Revelle Shanight Mrs. Dorothy Pearson, head of the Home Economics Division, demonstrates bread baking techniques in a food preparation lab. ei' . if Z7 sf Home Economics majors benefit from the new closed circuit televisions in preparation of teaching lessons, . .. -t P- V ,fm X. , , H .V v ,A I. .,., JT.-.j. .: Zn,-1f4..,-'--.1 .i.,fZ.y2?M:r-Lge - V. - -' '- x , .ggfa,,iae,ug?.f:qie:L. fra" 1- -- f- -' ' ff, at , 2' ,....-.... .W 2 Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg, head of the division of Social Science, checks a point of Russian history. This year has seen a definite increase in the num- ber of social science majors and minors, particularly in the fields of political science and sociology. Ac- counting for this increase was a broadening of the social science curriculum and degree program. Biggest change in the Social Science Division was adoption of a new Law Enforcement program. This law program, under the direction of Clyde Burch, is helping to alleviate the country's great need for intelligent, well-educated law enforcement officials. A B.S. degree program was offered and, in addition, one-year and two-year certificate programs were available. The personnel of the Social Science Division has been extra busy this year. Dr. Ruth Towne wrote and saw published A Winner Never Quits, the life of Walter H. Ryle. Mr. William Kitts returned with valuable in- formation from his trip to Africa on a study of life and cultural patterns, In addition, the Social Science Di- vision co-sponsored a seminar this fall dealing with contemporary India. William Kitt 12 B K ! David Marc i ,Q , .2 l ki Q 4 Social Science A dds f V f ' 1 ,HL-ff? f Law Enforcement Degree Z Robert Cowan Earl Cunningham Anthony D'Souza Bing Shar Pat Ellebracht Meredith Eller Jack Hines -l2imCS T 1- William Kitts , Joseph Ku David March Dale Martin Donald Mitchell Charlotte Mittler James Preston Robert Schnucker Bing Shao Larry Stephens Stephen Stone ,l ,W J A f " I , f , X f AZ gf? If 1, if Q 6' , Z K ,, f fl if James Tichenor Ruth Towne Arnold Zuckerman l Mr. James Tichenor, psychology instructor, pages through the bad news Mr. Stone gives it a moment's thought. . . . . - sa' ... p- ., f, ... v - . fz:-e . fn,-.. ..: . .,.. 1.1 nf.:-1-fw.'dJx..a-1 mi :Ji-4.2 ---I ir 0 , . .. - 1 fr - 5 .-'ww-r -L:-,1 effg fra.: .. .g.zg"7- --.-2' , - 1' :ff1+:?'l2'-'Q'-1--:Zi3,1IZ"l-I-55711 7-.fflffx 9- --95 uf.. -:..-... ,. . a "Ii-2 rv R-cf-.1-l.7l3?3"7ff14'?"lif5't7fi?1?ffk95 "53rf4if7?-??if?35r751fl3'7Ii -HL-e ,ta ff -.--Q . - 1- - - .- Colonel John Gerrity heads NMSC's ROTC program. The Reserve Officer's Training Corps, under the direction of Colonel John Gerrity, is in its second year at NMSC. The division now has thirteen military personnel on its staff and three civilians. The purpose of the ROTC program is to enable qualified students to be ranked as second lieutenants in the Army after graduation. In the program, all fresh- man male students are required to take two semesters of ROTC. In the total program there are also one hun- dred sophomores, nineteen juniors, and eighteen seniors. This year, NMSC has eight students on four year scholarshipsg one on a two year scholarship, and three on three year scholarships. There have been many changes in this year's cur- riculum. All general courses are now for freshmen and sophomores, and all tactics and weapons are reserved for advanced students. ROTC sponsors two rifle teams, Varsity and ROTC. lt has an ROTC Drill Team, and CACTOR, the ROTC advanced cadets. The officers of ROTC sponsor IFC, the K-dets, and Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. 1 R OTC Helps Students With Military Careers VW , ,5...,:!.,. , ff If pit, 1124112112-2 f Hiiiiiiiif 35552354 -J' Bob Selser and Dick Brobst proudly accept plaque from local Red Cross head for highest percentage participation in the Bloodmobile drive of last spring. Maj. William Andrews Donald Currie rr ,. 4 if ff Q Q, ., M The X ai R J, 7 1 ffm. 'fif If ' , 9, I .4234 'fe 2' ,fx ilf2f?.i4?. , -arf ' 2 we ff rom tion xt, W v if f .. K 'I L f We -'I 'ff A. - J' A ,, ,-.p2Z'5f"2-Q, Y-fi y ' is 5455? 'E tiff' X V QV rig' Eggs, W' 4916 f ,,:E"5!I1C'T ' H of, WS" if : , .6 New-Erzzxvgsggig f 3 , f X i cy, .ltwf 4 QM . 1 - X mf -f 1- r ., ' .xv ' " i VY- '12 '-.il liff sm ,.'6?' f " f ,V 'iff . A X 5 ,, V. fm . gag . K W U . A V A T t..f..,r i- V- ' . X . Q' if fmf' 1+ Q 1 W? if 5 . , ... e l The ROTC Drill Team steps through its paces. Ai Major Andrews fields questions from representatives of the campus newspapers at Meet the Press Richard Dix Capt. Joe Huddleslon Leo Martelon Frederick Sova Billy Watson Capt. Albert Winston xx L 5 . 9 ' 1 :"'5z:, -HM ,,,,,,,w ,QW H -' 4 12. 1, :H f 'nm 11535 4-in iii! . 'W' YW- my i f g i W, W... 4 , 1 1 V wuz Q ,f 'ii w, Aa n,Lfw,4 FW ,, sg, .5 Xu -'pw 1- L. :W .wif-islf 4. I 13: wr, QQ g-:. wiv , ,,.- Y-......--iq f h S d t U ' . works with the Student Union Board and other students to plan activities and coordinate programs which Kenneth Sykes, director o t e tu en nion take place in the SUB. Student Union Centers Campus Activities Students, guests, and faculty enjoy the beautiful atmosphere and good food available in the Student Union's new Spanish Room. Students, facuhyg and guests of the coHege canipus enjoy the niany acdvides centered in the Student lJnion.,A snack bar, cahnerka bookstore, barber shop, ganies roonn study lounge, and a'TN'roorn arelocated nithe budding for the convenience and entertainnient of the students The Student Lhnon works wddithe Lhnon Board hithe pronnnion of specnd acUviUes for the enthe student body. Various tournaments, contests, and awards are given fre- quently in the SUB Games Room. The large Activities Room is the sethng for sonie of the special dances on canipus and the upaans nmeUng roonw hostinany organkauonal meetings. StL TAN X, - s ii X 5 ixv args Q V f X mas ss X ss Qsxs xc X s X N I za 5 4? Seated: Holtkarr Serece l Wilson, l made NME stand year. provi parai Danc Mart Dane AKL manj ABC send to tl couli the I Moi com a ca Student Senate Begins "Student Involvement" Seated: Dave Lindley, vice-president: Cathy Powell, secretary: Carol Dolan. Row 3: Jay White, Mick West, Deon Johanning, Jim Evans, Jim Holtkamp, treasurer: Kenneth Sykes, advisor. Row 1: Lou Ann Clark, Gantt. Row 4: Simon Ramirez, Dan Spies, Denauvo Robinson, Larry Serece Lewis, Janie Mathis, Kay DeYarman. Row 2: Pat Goeke, Anne Weede, Bill Homan, Bob Luker. ' f . . 1son, Karladme Thurman, Nancy Peterson, Tanya Parnell, Kathy Led by Brooke Williams, the 1970-71 Student Senate made great steps in promoting the general welfare of the NMSC students. At the beginning, the Senate set up I2 standing committees to take care of needed tasks for the year. In Activities, the Senate sponsored the Homecoming, providing funds for the dance, the queen election, and the parade. During the year they also sponsored the Christmas Dance with music by the Chestmang the :Fun Festival in March featuring the Chambers Brothersg and the Echo Dance. They also supported the Folk Show sponsored by AKL and STG. Throughout the year, the Senate has financially helped many organizations on campus including the NEMO Singers, ABC, and the Womens Extramural Program. They are also sending three students of the social science department up to the model United Nations in New York. Open Forums have also been sponsored so that students Could voice their opinions about the campus. lt rejuveniated the Student Review Board, and sponsored the Student Senate Movies. The Senate also worked hand in hand with faculty committees in setting up the Lyceum Program and revising a calendar schedule for next year. 7 Brooke Williams presides over one of the regular Student Senate meet- ings. Many members of the student body came to these meetings to make their opinions and desires known. Seated: Ric Constance, president: Denny Cockshoot, vice-president: Ann Leone, treasurer: Kenneth Sykes, sponsor. Row l: Rhea Werts, Debbie Wilson, Wendy Schnelle, Kay DeArmand, Vickie Moutrie, Joyce Lichte, Joan Fromme, Cathy Powell. Row 2: Phyllis Schoonover, Barb Courtney. Brenda Rodman, Sandy Doyle, Jean Steck, Carol Sees, Marilyn Kurz. if Q i Row 3: Rita Rhoades, Jennifer Sawyer, Connie Gruer, Sherry Bertelson, Cully Cowgill, Joan Heady, Mary Eads, Rhonda Shearl. Row 4: Harry Van Epps, Jim Compton, Steve Baker, Lloyd Cleaver, Rill Ronnecker, Earl Martin, Dennis Steele. E Student Union Board Organizes Committees Students enjoy pool tournaments sponsored by the Student Union Board. eg y Q ,tous The members of the Student Union Board, advised by Mr. Kenneth Sykes, put in their second successful year of service to the students and faculty of the college and the Kirksville community at large. The Board is comprised of six separate committees with an over-all purpose to ac- tively promote and most efficient and beneficial operation of Student Union facilities, and to maintain a well rounded social and educational life on campus. This year's interests included a Friday night film program, pool and bowling tournaments, work on the annual Christmas dance, and publicity on all activities held at the Union. In addition, as the Board is still in its formative years, many meetings were devoted to planning its future course of action in hopes of better service. . T Ns. 4., f .Qty ff.: my wwf We if ? ia Z ff iff -if fy. X. if ' X W7 Uyff ffff 7 2 4 , , f K!! We ff? f ffm Seated: Inlow, Jacque Martin. Michele Se S the C routir inherc respoi freshr the ly fOI' tht ll were ment to ca by tl ment if 9.3 5' i . x ' , :rtelson, rry Van er, Earl ed by :ar of id the sed of o ac- ration unded film tnnual at the native future f ,,. Q. ---eb Seated: Marie Gladbach, Sharon Orf, Rhea Werts, JoAnn Eastman, Becky Inlow, and Nancy Schriefer. Row l: Beckie Keck, Phyllis Schoonover, Jacque Ogden, Leslie Snellgrove, Linda Miller, Joyce Lichte, and Cheryl Martin. Row 2: Jo Wheeler, Janell Perkins, Ric Constance, Rita Rhoads, Michele Krink, Ruth Jackson, Lucinda Gray, Eleanor Ryan, and Dana .Y ... W ,fN McMillan. Row 3: Mary Eads, Susan Bay, Celeste Knierim, Elizabeth Fedak, Pamela Wares, Pat Montgomery, Ann Leone, Cheryl Stubbs, Sharon Utterback, and Karen Yackley. Row 4: Dennis Cockshoot, Debby Wood, Johnnie Wood, Ed Schieffer, Jackie Jones, Robert McKinney, Roger Millo, and James Compton. Service Function is Key to Mentoris Role Student Mentors are a tradition on campus, and provide the College with a body to call upon in the performances of routine, but necessary, tasks. Assistance with the problems inherent in registration procedures was one of their annual responsibilitiesg they also assisted in the orientation of freshmen in the Fall. On Parents Day and on Senior Day. the Mentors served as guides and ambassadors of goodwill for the College. Mentors were upperclassmen who had volunteered and were selected on the basis of scholarship, personal adjust- ment and a demonstrated interest in helping others adjust to campus life. They are selected for a period of one year by the Student Personnel Services officeg but, reappoint- ment is possible for a succeeding year or until graduation. 'N bw Student Mentors take a break for lunch with parents during Parent's Day festivities. fave Bla we X , f jfg QW Z4 .ff .f 7 2 7 X 4 7 V Seated: Phyllis Scott, president: Carol Sees, vice-president: and Mary Hopman, Nancy Peterson, and Kathy Harris. Row 3: Debby Wood, Jackie Wells, secretary. Row l: Joyce Lichte. Vicki Reese, Karen Yackley. and Jones,treasurer1 and Ann Begeman. Leona Whittom. sponsor. Row 2: Cathy Powell, Jo Ella Waybill, Shirley SCalfQd3 Hamiltoi Casey B dell. Dv O Cardinal Key Sponsors Successful Button Sale Kathy Powell discusses the progress of the Carousel of Clubs. a pro- Members of Cardinal Key began this year with sixteen Tl gram SP0f1S0fCd by CHfdiHHlKCYiI1lhC Wimef- new members anxious to assume their duties and responsi- Honor bilities. Thus the annual project of selling Homecoming new n buttons was quite a success, with partiof the proceeds being Once used to finance the Nan E. Wade Scholarship. This scholar- ductioi ship is awarded annually in the Spring to a selected, de- ofthe serving young woman displaying leadership qualities. Prior M to this button project, members had aided in the facilitation SIRIUS. of registration procedures for the Fall semester. Zations Cardinal Key has been active on campus for over 35 Ciation: years1 it is a national honor society for women of junior and Bl senior status, with membership limited to 25 women who throug show characteristics of high scholarship, leadership. and compil service to the school and the community. follows Other activities engaged in included: providing ushers plannii for the East India Conference: sponsoring the Carousel of Spring. Clubs night as a device for students to become more famil- answer iar with campus organizationsl an annual tea to honor women Close students and faculty membersg providing Christmas trees coming for the library and the SUB: and assisting Blue Key in the preparations necessary for the Red Cross Bloodmobile visit in April. ,WN , 4 L ?.,f,,f4,,V,, W. Ji , Jackie 6 ixteen ponsi- oming being holar- d, de- Prior itation fer 35 Jr and 1 who i, and ushers isel of famil- vomen trees in the e visit Blue Key R esponsible For Service Projects A W if ll : u j 'W X WV' Q 'JA ., ,,,,i , .... -ww, , M I ,vs , . . 1 B W 4 f ' gi Q YM 2 V , 7 Seated: Rockne Gross, president, Steve Lorenz, vice-president, Louis Tai Chen, and John Vandike. Row 3: John Koenig, Kenny Lippincott, Randy Hamilton, secretary: and Tom Burch, IFCHSUFCF. ROW li DOI'l21ld Bundy. Crawford, Kent Nickerson, and Larry Dorrell. Row 4: Terry Taylor Casey Boundreau, John Grice, and Roger Demarest. Row 2: Mike Swin- Aubrey Johnson. Jim French, Clark Weaver, and Paul Gray, dell, Dwayne Williams, Terry Gravemann, Earl Joe Martin, John Kuo- ss., x The John R. Kirk chapter of the Blue Key National Honor fraternity began the year with the introduction of I3 new members in an effort to replace graduating seniors. Once again, members took the responsibility for the con- duction of the Homecoming Parade as well as maintenance of the Blue Key travel board. Membership requirements include: being of junior status, active membership in at least two campus organi- zations, a cumulative honor point of 3.0, and recommen- dations by three faculty members. Blue Key involved itself in various other projects throughout the year. In the Fall, members spent long hours Compiling and selling the Blue Key Directory. This was followed by the banquet for incoming members and the planning for the annual Red Cross Bloodmobile visit in the Spring. Finally, the Club spent time preparing questions and answers for the Campus Bowl held in early spring: and to Close out the year there was the Spring banquet for in- coming members. 34414 Karry Koenig stands atop the organizations award-winning float in the Blue Key sponsored Homecoming parade. Kim ,Q ff 7' , my X x ,, ,, fa fr, 5 t , , Q , , f, W, , ,f , W sf , s s lf ,, - fa f- 's . ' 'Z . .176 y, . .f if X , J ff 4 ,541 1 , .IQ .W A , 4 . .mf 1 l . - , . ,M ,L , Seated: David Froneyberger, president: Andy Weisenborn, vice-president: Richard Spellman, secretary: Doyle Chamberlain, treasurer: Dr. Harold Mickelson, sponsor: Dr. Paul Selby, honorary member. Row l: Judy Carey, James Roberts, Stephen Kedley, John Moffitt, Max Helms, Jim Baxter, Stephen Harkema, Richard Waggener, Ronald Carris, Gail Lyle, Ruth Jackson. Row 2: Tom Weeks, Perry Benn, Phil Heininger, John McCloud, Paul Walker, Jr., Larry Payton, Patrick Botticelli, Timothy l I Butler, Rod Kubichek, William Burke, Jack Gillis, Lynn Johnson. Row 3: Edward Adam, Russell Toler, Sid Hassen, John Haunshild, Rill Ron- ecker, Chuck Flam, Vern Hanus, Kenny Bounds, Robert Baker, Steve Hansen, David Schmidt, Lawrence Hassman. Row 4: Gary Gooch, Steve Luett, James Barber, Steve Allen, Jim French, Ronald Hunt. Rick Bell, Robert Jacobs, Edward Ball, Richard Eberlin, Aubrey Van Houten. Millionaire Accepts Honorary Membership The late J. C. Penney was last year's honorary member in the Busi- ness Administration Club. This year's honorary club member is mil- lionaire and businessman, Lamar Hunt. wnnnqnnnonune and buynesmnan, Lanuu I1unL ac- cepted honorary membership in the Business Administra- Hon Clubthw yean Atthe annualspdng banqumwtheinenr bership wuusforniahy presented and accepted. Hunt joins honorary members Dr. Paul O. Selby, Dean of Instruction Emeritus of NMSC, and the late J. C Penney, founder ofthe J.Cl Penney Cknnpany.iAH honoraryinenr bers were formally initiated into the organization within the past few years. Activities of the Business Administration Club this year included sponsoring a Homecoming Queen candidate. Various guest speakers were heard at the monthly meetings, and lectures xvere presented cnt business topics of current interest Organied nithe FaH ofl966,the BuQnessiAdnnnB- tration Club seeks to make students more aware of the wodd of bumness and to ghw thenitrannng so they can accept the chahenges of the business wwnld.'To beconie a member, a student must be a Business Administration nugor, have an overaH grade point average of ZLL and be a student in good standing with the Business Division. MC" Ash -f W .Wwff 5 W we xx N XX X s X 1: 1 '- -, sf ,. 1 s RCSB fwokig ., - ,Q 05.1 'E X x ss-,sxgfi ,,,',f--,scsi Qx,..bssgs.s X 1 Xxx ,. -iss - -tv, 5-,sg-as . s Rx X? swf Sf- slisc -f1,sXs'ziXSs'f as s,sXs,.-ss 1-sw as sms-X ,,. . s we j i-wears ss owes s 1 si ,,skxxsf,u.xsssss X 7' ua ff ef wjlloz Seated Shirk, Sponsi Nancy I serve futur bersl in l' Fron has 3 state picni Chris desig Mrs. expel izatic had T sent . in Dc with educz l UP SI and t is mt n. Row ll Ron- , Steve i, Steve :k Bell. , EIC- istra- nem- Dean nney, nem- vithin this idate. tings. irrent ninis- f the f can me a 'ation id be up --5.- Seated: Katherine Graves, president: Jackie Jones, vice president: Sue Shirk. secretary: Helen Bliefnick, treasurer: Dr. Robert Sprehe. Faculty S ' ' ' ponsor. Row l. Cheryl Bates, Janice Rusk Lucinda Gray Maril n Davis, - - Y Nancy McElfresh. Row 2: Phyllis Schoonover, Gary Seright, Jane Bartels, Dee Anne Kuhler. Edie Grieshaber. Row 3: Rosalind Rada, Betty Gladney, Bessie C ll C ' ' u um, arol Crouch, Loretta Hale Rosemary Ford Row 4 Nancy Slemmons. Pat Jacobs, Arnold Hoch, Ivan Wallace.. Murlene Wallace. Pi Omega Pi Promotes Business Fellowship Founded in 1923, the Alpha chapter of Pi Omega Pi serves the College campus by bringing together present and future business educators in professional fellowship. Mem- bership in this business education society continued to grow new members joining in the past year. in l97l, with I4 L . From the founding chapter at the College Pi Omev P' C Q ca lv has grown into a national organization with chapters in 34 states. In addition to the annual Christmas party and Spring picnic, the club sponsored a skating party in January, a Ch . I I l . . . ristmas candy sale, and various othertspecial projects designed to meet the interests of members. ln October, M N I. . rs. Beverly Wait spoke to the group on vocational teachin e g experiences: in addition to speeches of this type, the organ- ization also sponsored panel discussions with members who had ' ' ' completed student teaching. Three representatives were Sent as delegates to the National Convention of Pi Omega Pi In December in an effort to keep the local chapter in contact With new ideas and techniques in the field of business education. Plans for the future included the completion of a follow- Up study of business education graduates of the past year, and the further compilation of an Alumni Mailing List which is made available to graduates upon request. f 4-an ""'in.,,,,! Helen Blief . . cr member of Pi Omega Pi. nick studies organizational rules and goals with anoth' Members of the English Club conduct a membership drive in the Student Union main lobby. Seated: Cheryl DeWitt, president: Marilee Gruneich, vice president Sandra Wilke, secretary: Janice Bennett, treasurer: Hubert Moore, spon sor. Row l: Nancy Odell. Carol Speck, Marilyn Sykes, Rory Marner. Sally Walker, Bonnie Wolverton. Row 2: Joy Bryant, Anetta Fuenfhausen, Phyllis Scott, Phyllis Overton, Janey Mathis, Cathy Powell. Row 3: Pa W 4 English Club Features Poetry by Dr. Wilson The larger part of the year's agenda for the English Club was comprised of readings and informal prose and poetry originals shared by student and faculty writers, Dr. Herman Wilson provided one of the year's highlights with his poetry reading. given in the winter. Other social projects for the year included a candy sale conducted with the intention of using the profits from it to defray the expenses entailed in bringing in a speaker. The club also sponsored their traditional get-acquainted social for club members and the Language and Literature faculty. Participation in various all-school activities, dis- cussions by student teachers, and attendance at noted theatre productions served to round out the social year. Organized in l963, the club strives to make members become more knowledgeable concerning teaching problems, and encourages active participation in reading, writing, and interpretation of literature. The club in open to all students, faculty, and staff members interested in various aspects of language and literature. Goeke, Mary Eads, Carolyn Frevert, Connie Simmons, Cheryl Stubbs, Janie Stevenson, Roxy Norton. Row 4: Dotta Hassman, Colleen Isley, Donna Niday, Connie York, Erwin Neighbors, Ed Schieffer, Debby Wood, Marla Mundell. J Z XI- . gf? :D Y'NW': 1, ,T .Q ef-.X N- f..vs,,,--11-X-Q . . ,. N 4, Ax yi 'SSQ' at si sk-'ssQ:?t,5.sQslT X . N. if . sg, ., Xe wg -3 , . sf? ws X VIXX ' Y: Q.:-....,........ ' .e N X XXXMN XX X A x X X04 WW ff f W9 JW Kennetl presider Row l: Faris, J by, Fra T Count of in organ activi year z Diagr days Child P O-Gr: were Natio succes up in L comp the n tion 1 order meetil 38 tglish and 1 Dr. with :andy from :aker. tinted 'ature , dis- ieatre mbers nlems, g, and dents, spects Stubbs. en Isley. ty Wood, if 5 1 ,f V as Kenneth Cohen, president: Gini Clark, treasurer: Bill Landers, vice president: Robbie Judy, secretaryg Dr. Jeff Mitchell, Faculty Sponsor. Row l: Beckie Keck, Joyce Lichte, Peggy Shelledy, William Tsaur, Cathy Faris, Joyce Elliott, Becky Dickerson. Row 2: Annie Clark, Shirley Cros- by, Frank Giurleo, Sue Alexander, Karie Kopp, Tim Dilks. Row 3: Debra Harris. Shirlene Foster, Barb Jenisch, Bob Legler, Karen Widmann, Paula Pickett, Marie Yahn, Margaret Raining, Gene Burger. Row 4: Kathy Iseli, Christine Grasdorf, Beverly Dahms, Phillip Faris, Judith Threlkeld, Junior Mustoe, Tim Proffitt, Anne Kuechler. .C.E. C. MembersAttend ational Convention This year the emphasis was on action and the Student Council for Exceptional Children did plenty of it. In hopes of increasing membership and generally revitalizing their organization, SCEC members launched a series of service activities. Some fifteen parties were held throughout the year at the Nursing Home, the Sheltered Workshop, and the Diagnostic Clinic. In addition, SCEC members took four days of their time to paint the School for Exceptional Children, Fund-raising projects included selling Valentine Heart- O-Grams, a roller skating party, and various raffles. These were held to finance some twenty delegates to the SCEC National Convention to be held in Miami Beach. SCEC also successfully sponsored member Annie Clark. first runner- up in the Homecoming Queen contest. Under the sponsorship of Dr. Jeff Mitchell. SCEC is comprised of persons interested in better understanding the needs of the handicapped. Other than Special Educa- tion majors, membership is encouraged from all areas in Order to widen the scope of theiprogram. Regular monthly meetings feature films and guest lecturers in the profession. V if WJ? Kenny Cohen. President of SCEC, counts the club's total funds while discussing the cost of a trip to Florida for the organizations members. ' " it Seated: Glinda Tucker. vice-president: Susan Stephenson, secretary: Patricia Dickerson, treasurer. Row l: Carole Burg, Rose Cornwell, Jeanette Windsor, Gloria Seitsinger, Mary Lou Behring, Beverly Jones, Michele Krink, Sally Walker, Georgia Baskett, Deborah Fry. Charlotte Mayer, Beverly Moore, Cherly Martin, Laura McCracken. Row 2: Arlys Anderson, Joetta Amedi, Colleen Knock, Nancy Wyhs, Carolyn Frevert, Janet Ellerhoff, Helen King, Louisa Chadwell, Donna Fohey, Sharon Moulton, Susan Hull, Beth Borron, Charlotte Lane. Row 3: DeRaye Han- sen, Shirley Barnett, Deborah Kitchen, Mavoureen Sellens, Sandra Har- rison, Diane Lulsetich, Carolyn Tucker, Chris Wattleworth, Connie Blief- nick, Betty Boullear, Joan Heady, Donna Wilson, Jill Wilson, Harriet Poffenberger. Row 4: Margaret Grace, Wanda Lindquist, Marsha Jo Beaird, Renae Best, Lynette Yagel, Kay Knoche, Pamela Harrison, Sharon Utterback, Esther Slaton, Karen Wilderman, Linda Tucker, Re- becca Bendlage, Sherry Lindsay, Becky Eccles. A. C.E. Observes New Concept In Class Division The Association of Childhood Education 'presented the different phases of the organization during the Carousel of Clubs. 1 For anyone uneremed in the educadon of the younger seh ages Zto l2,the Asmxiadon RH Chddhood Educadon was the place to be this year. This campus group. which is a local chapter of an international organization, is profes- sionally oriented. The years' activities included visits to the Diagnostic Clinic, to various kindergarten classrooms in the area, and a specud tour of the new Intennednne School contauung cnuy grades 4, 5, and 6.,ACfE rnenibers again threwftheir annual Clidstnias party for chudren froni the Kirksville elementary schools. Members wound up the year with a tea in the Activities Room of the SUB at which new officers were recognized. The monthly meetings of ACE featured guest speakers and Hhns.'Teaniteaching,yeanround schooL and ungraded classroorns xvere sorne of the topics presented. Future plans for ACE include delegate attendance at the International Conference to be held in Milwaukee in April. Hc Seated: Yacklej l "Get in tht M. l speec I on ca is to living and Mem eight cours 1 ing d repre tion plans adop of Kg .,..u..,....a. V fI,.,,,,.0.,,.,. dyylg gg W U VH- K 17:52 , J U . - it N aff 'W X . . l X , 1 ,P l L r l 5: ' . W, , M Q2 Q f wi ' X ,Q I ' Q xt., Z 'as ' 14 'X all Home Economics Club Adopts Foreign Child 'V' 6 andra Har- xnnie Blief- Jn, Harriet Seated: Diane Muntz, president: Gwenn Gardner, vice president: Karen Faculty Sponsor. Row l: Elna Jones, Joyce Crull, Linda Jones, Holly Marsha .Io Yackley. secretaryg Barbara Feys, treasurer: Dr. Charlotte Kevelle. Gardner. Becky Yates. Harrison, 'ucker, Re- O 7l0lI Members of Kappa Omicron Phi began the year with a -Younger "Get Acquaintedu dance held at the Student Union. Later ldlucallon in the year, there was a Founder's Day Banquet with Dr. 'hlCh15 3 M. Hoffman from Ft. Hays, Kansas, providing the main 5 Pmfes- speech. visits to Beta Nu chapter of Kappa Omicron Phi was initiated 2155f0Qm5 on campus on May 4, l968. The purpose of the organization lvfr jg Pfmedlfile is to provide interested women with higher ideals of sane members living, a deeper appreciation of the sanctity of the home. ren ff0m and broader social, intellectual. and cultural attainments. d UP Phe Membership requirements are a 3.0 honor point in at least at Whlch eight hours of Home Economics and a 2.5 ratio in all other courses. SPC-akefs Other activities this year included a bake sale. a mend- Ungfaded ing day, and the selection of Barb Feys as national student UTC P13115 representative. One of the club's major goals was the adop- rnational tion of a child through responsibility for his support. Major plans for the future include the continuation of the child adoption project and laying plans for the district meeting of Kappa Omicron Phi to be held here next fall. Members of the Colhecon Club. an organization of Home economics majors, participated in the Carousel of Clubs, 89 1 'L 74. 7-1 .-.f.-53,5 r . f 7' 1'- :-. -f 2-:ff ' f -' - 1.95:-,arf-fm ag eff- X mv ,W s 8 SNEA Club Cooperates With Local Chapters Reorganization of committees into four main groups was an innovation of the Student National Education Asso- ciation on the College campus in l97l. The four new com mittees were Social, Program, Future Teacher Association, and Publicity. They were made up of members of SNEA, with each club member serving on at least one committee. Service project of SNEA this year was a Future Teach- ers of America Committee which cooperated with local high school chapters of Future Teachers Associations. Stu- dents worked with high school chapters to help initiate new and bigger SNEA chapters. The Student National Education Association is affiliated with Missouri State Teachers Association and the National Education Association. Delegates to state convention in Kansas City were Karen Wilderman, Barbara Cooper, and JillWilson. Dr. Howard Terry is sponsor of SNEA. The organi- zation is open to all students who plan a career in teaching. Funds are provided by dues from members, and are used for administrative expenses and social activities. Seated Lane Froneyberger Lynn Primster Marilee Gruneich Mary Bonita Evans, Harriet Poffenberger, Mildred Wood, Frank Sladek, Lu- Cobb Janice Widger Row l Kitty Jo Bennett Anne Steffensmeier cinda Gray, Jeanne Barta, Patricia Dickerson, Marla Smith, Patricia Phyllis Schoonover Barbara Cooper Linda Cooper Linda Stewart Lietsch, Barb Melson. Row 4: Carolyn Tucker, Diana Luksetich, Kay Wanda Armstrong Deborah Fry Row 2 Arlys Anderson Mary Lou Knoche, Kenneth Rush, Martha Green, Tommy Fevurly, Michael Small Bettring Judy Robbins Joetta Amedei Karen Thomas Gloria Seitsinger Gary Holliday, Rebecca Williams. Sue Rains. 1 V ,W . , W , , W Vffi ' Wx X gf W rf Wil, aff V, g Wag , Seater Redd: sor. F Seller Row nick, NW .IO 'f ai X. Q 'img ra! . of Seat Shui Mar Shar 568 'oups Xsso- com- uion, JEXX, ittee. each- local Stu- J new liated ional in in , and 'ganh :hing. used ek, Lu- Patricia :h, Kay l Small, dir., 1f14'?7i iziffti aaa M LZ Q a? 2 ug-.1 3 , . M -Q f ,,,., . f" Q if , tfff j ..,. . ,V 4, My ta . U , M., , 1' J ,M ' VWH "M y,,7W,.,,,., M M .t 5, vu.-Sana, Seated: John Smith, president, Robert Slominsky, vice president: Patsy Redden, secretary: Marie Gladbach, treasurer: Dr. Howard Terry, spon- sor. Row l: Ruth Ann Calhoun, Cheryl Hembry, Nancy Wyhs. Mavoureen Sellens, Connie Bliefnick, Shirlene Foster, Paula Pickett, Beverly Jones. Row 2: Loretta Hale, Margaret Gladbach, Mary Lou Warren, Helen Bliel- nick, Kathy Easley, Ruth Gabel, Dorothy Pauly, Jill Wilson. Row 3: Bev- Aa. l erly Dahms, Nancy Slemmons, Deborah St. Clair, Mary Kay Fisher, Sharon Utterback, Karen Wilderman, Peggy Stempel, Esther Slaton, Margaret Grace, Ann Leone, Donna Wilson. Susan Stephenson. Row 4: Becky Eccles, Rebecca Bendlage, Renae Best, Sherry Lindsay, Gwenith Kells, Janette Stoffa, Pat Jacobs, Rebecca St. Clair, Carol Wehmeyer, Deborah Kitchen, Sheila Takai. A l In A l t 5, ,fw.,1-nag 'WW Seated: Camille Quinones, Susan Koch, Stephen Tellier, Kathy Webb, Sharon Reading. Row l: Karen Dreyer, Joyce Schaeffer. Edie Grieshaber, Margaret Benjamin, Gayle Nissing. .lanice Rusk, Pamela Clover. Row 2: Sharon Orf, Betty Roderick. Linda Stagner. Helen King. Jane-t Ellerhofl' Marjorie Roderick, Karen Yackley, Sharon Harrison. Row 3: Kristal Curtis, Nancy Schriefer, Earl Joe Martin, Steve Barnett. John Allan. Michael Pierschbacher. Mary Beth Justice, Sandra Harrison, Jeannie Bentley. g - Seated: Barbara Feys, president: Gwenith Kells, lst vice presidentl Vonda Jo Kraus, 2nd vice president: Martha Green, secretary: Rebecca Deskin, treasurer. Row l: Barbara Fuqua, Cheryl Love, Stephanie Marsh- all, Karen Beach, Barbara Ryan. Diane Muntz, Pat Adams, Connie Sue Williams. Row 2: Elna Beth Jones, Dana Lee, Liz Hesse, Janice Williams. Arlene Bowen, Debbie Morgan, Christine Catron. Kay Broyles, Karen Whitacre. Row 3: Ann Schafer, Mildred Wood, Bess Howard, Holly Gard- ner, Brenda Robinson, Karen Yackley, Vickie Crowford, Virginia Carlson. Row 4: Darlene Hoos. Peggy Munden, Majiel Smith, Gayle Jay, Richard Klinkerfuss, Jeannette Toth, Donna Magruder, Sharon Dunsan, Gwenn Gardner. Colhecon Sponsors Hospitality Night Colhecon plan the homecoming float co-sponsored with the Ag Club. April 6 marked Hospitality Night for the members of Colhecon, as the F.H.A. and Home Economics groups of the surrounding area brought girls to tour NMSC at the request of Colhecon. Members also sponsored an Ironing Day in an effort to collect some revenue to generate other activities. This club has been active for over 50 years, promoting a professional attitude for future home economists. One of the club's activities was the sending of members to home economics' meetings in Warrensburg and Kansas City, in an effort to broaden their experiences. During Homecoming. the organization co-sponsored a float with the Agriculture Club: later in the year, members have a choral performance at the local nursing home. In May, members held a Spring Banquet to honor graduating seniors chosen outstanding in various areas of home economics: Josephine Flory was chosen as guest speaker on that day. ff i, Ji, 1 7 LJf. f"f W ! K. ff 1 ff . l Z 2 .sf 5' e Seated: Gibson, Ginette Z O Noven enjoyn memb consid of the perfor T civic 1 That Readi A pretat Interp also 1 Misso I ' f f 7 llrii I I y G a rd - Carlson. Richard , Gwenn bers of I of the request v in an tivities. moting One of home Tity. in oming. culture 'mance Spring jing in 'y was .. fame gp-ani.. i Seated: Gary McCormick, president' Vicki Biggs. vice president Jo ce , . 1 y Deborah Paris, Deb Obert, Joyce Klein, Gayle Wilson. Row 3: Linda Okal Gibson, se t' :Th ' I ' " ' ' " - ' cre ary omas Aexander. treasurer. Row l. Susan Koch, Ginette Majors, Rene Porter, Amy Jones, Judy Yordon, sponsor. Row 2: Janice Livingston, Ed Schieffer, Susan Humphrey, Mike Crousore. Ozark Festival Draws Ural Interpreters Oral Interpreters. founded by Dr. Elizabeth Worrell on November 21, 1958, has as its purpose the sharing of the enjoyment of literature with both public audiences and other members of the group. Services and activities have grown considerably, reflecting the growth on a nationwide basis, of the art form itself of presenting literature through oral performance. This year, programs for both campus audiences and civic organizations included: "Hannah", "But We Showed That Coyote", "Spoon River Anthology", "Seasons Reading", and "Gwendolyn Brook's Reading Hour". As part of their agenda they attended the Oral Inter- pretation Festival at Terre Haute, Indiana, and the Oral Interpretation Festival at Columbia, Missouri. In April they also participated in the Ozark Festival in Springfield, Missouri. fu. Oral Interpreters and College Players work together for better expression, 'ha Xb . College Players rehearse a scene from their Fall production of William Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew." Seated: Russ Becherer, president: Jonathan Wilcox, vice president. Jeanne Barta, secretaryg Patti Little, treasurer: J. G. Severns, sponsor. Row l: Barbara Fuqua, Stephania Farraro, Pam Wheeler, Wanda Evans, Jennifer Sawyer, Pat Brown, Jo Wheeler, Sandy Niester, Cay Crawford. Row 2: Deborah Paris, Kathy Wills, Mary Deiling, Mike Crousore, Frank College Players Use New Original Talents "The Taming of the Shrew" by William Shakespeare, "The Caretakerui by Harold Pinter, "Madame Butterfly" by Puccini and given in conjunction with the Music Depart- ment, "Your Own Thing" a rock musical, and "Three One- Act Off-Off Broadway Plays" were the productions of the past year by the College Players. Original talents were in- corporated in the student production in the Spring. the Ki- netic Film Show. The Humor Trophy was received for the organizations Homecoming float. Highlights of the year included trips to UMKC and the KRNT theatre in Des Moines, The year's activities ended at the annual Spring Banquet, where awards were given for best Actor and Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Actress, and Service Award. College Players also sponsored the Film Club, an or- ganization which brings outstanding movies to the College. This year, these movies included "On the Waterfront" and the Academy Award-winning "Darling" Sladek, Susan Mahoney, Susan Koch. Row 3: Rene Porter, Roxanne Lip- pincott, Tony Jelley, Nancy Ritchie, Douglas Donald. Tina Cullen, Dan Murphy, Mickie Douglas. Row 4: Susan Merideth, Chuck Bright, Ed Schieffer, Richard Erwin, Hezz Harrington, Rodney Kibble, Bruce Mitchell. K 7 l 3 . , Seated: D ton, 2nd ' Michael I AJ EP ville Ju ing grc club al Du Contest built sr from tl of the l Ot tival ai vention its Lespeare, utterfly" Depart- 'ee One- s of the were in- the K1- for the and the :s ended liven for Actress, , an or- College. int" and xanne Lip- ullen, Dan Bright, Ed ale, Bruce ,, .. 61 -Vt if , X AQ", wf,,1 X.. .9 YR ,tg s. Jie Seated: Dan Klein, president: Steve Baker, lst vice president: John Over- Gary Webb, Robert Miller, Wayne Carroll Tom Morris Ric Constance ton, 2nd vice president: Leonard Sullivan, secretary. Row l: Steve Cullen, Row 3: Craig Derby, Michael Burton Drennan Cloyd John Koenig Marvin Michael Proffitt, Allen Gentman, Andy Weisenborn. Roger Keith. Row 2: Moots. Row 4: Ray Porter, Phil Slocum Mark Ruggeberg Lynn Zechman A.P. O. Assists Campusg Urganizes Activities Epsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Omega assisted the Kirks- ville Junior Chamber of Commerce and several local scout- ing groups in various projects throughout the year. The club also assisted the United Fund in its local fund drive. During the year, A.P.O. also held its annual Ugly Man Contest, with proceeds going to the Heart Fund. Members built squirrel houses in an attempt to protect the animals from the elements, and they also assisted in the direction of the Homecoming activities. Other activities included the promotion of a film fes- tival and the sending of two delegates to the national con- vention held in Dallas in December APO holds Fall membership drive . , ., I g . , A ,V ,-U 713.-any 5 , . -4, .. S .. A. irfi,-i'f:Tfq,g 4 :uf .".1'S5iITe:tifi:177'4vI-5413- 3 1 k 7 Z" Ti-.'-if Y-'J -' 7'-Y -Q' i 4. ' ' ' I " V" .'-' 'A Mi" K :WW WWW! Row l: Mary Maheronnaohsh and friend, Cheryl Bundy, Prasai Chinta- hammad Hamrah, Alan D'souza, Faizullah Arabpour, Rumpaisri Intakanok. kanon Kalaya Boonyakiertibotra, Mrs. Creola Jones, sponsor. Row 2: Row 4: Mostafa Izadi, Ali Agshar Nimrouzi, Hamid Cvhazaeri, Manny Supha Phinaitrup, Hossein Jamie, Rahmatollah Kohan-Ghadosh, Amin Saffar,Mong-Chen Fu. Kohan-Ghadosh, Valai Kwakbumrung. Row 3: Praneet Rohitopakara Mo- ative Foods Highlight International Night Member John Huenemann appears rather tired as he assists at the ex- hibit sponsored by the club at the "Carousel of Clubs." Promoting friendship and understanding among students of different nationalities is one of the goals of the Inter- national Club. Students from many countries meet monthly to discuss similarities, differences, and problems which exist both between- and within countries. Goals of the organization are carried out in many of their yearly activities, including the traditional "Inter- national Nightf' On this night, club members dress in their traditional costumes and serve foods from their native countries to other guests and faculty members. Over 1000 people usually attend this banquet. Membership in the organization includes over 150 stu- dents from 30 different countries. Student members par- ticipated this year. for the first time, in the college intra- mural basketball and volleyball competition and in the ping pong tournaments. W2 .wt WW W, W yyfw Wt . W, W M KWW Z if ,M- ,f fy f f .MWWW f gh ff WW Wwe 6 ,f 1 ' A AAQ. Seated: Okal, 2: Pusl Hu, M Membe party g is I t j-M -af, . f f i ,X -if , . , P . M.. . Mhmwvkngw WM MM W 1 kanok. Nflanny idents Inter- mnthly which ny of Inter- their nadve 1000 3 stu- par- intra- : ping A-. -31 'ilu - Seated: Charles Lin, president: Songsri Kraturerk, vice president: Linda Okal, secretaryg Lynn Prinster, Mrs. Robert McKinney, advisor. Row 2: Pushin Wang, George Liu, William Tsaur, Chi-Jan Liou, Chih Cheng Hu, Marion Jones, Zahra Mehraban, Bobbie Rinehart. Row 3: Gerhard Members of the International Club take a break for refreshments at a party given for them at the Student Union. Buchter, Kathy Collins, John Carter, Mohammad Yarpezeshkan, Jean nette Yagel, Lynette Yagel, Fatholah Makuandi. Row 4: Edward Wen Abdul Zatari, Karim Sadeghpour, Ali Banki, Hossein Hakim-Dauar. Mas soud Karbassi. fafww Two members relax away from the action at party. F .V .... , ,QCA-59' 'rum fe 5- -fd, g1::ggf,3..3 352m3ifgg.y: xg+,ga ji gf - if'.-f?:2,g1:g5.j.t3gpf21gy:2f,Efij.!, f. I 'W is " ' . wi , -. Circle K Book Exchange Service A Success Working with their International theme. "Answers Through Action," Circle K was an active organization on the College campus. The lvlissouri-Arkansas District convention held April lo-I8 in Columbia. was the highlight ol' the year with the NMSC club ranking high among the clubs from other college campuses throughout the two states. Circle K initiated two annual projects in l97O-7l. One of these projects, "Operation Christmas Card," sent l.lOO Christmas cards to servicemen overseas. Through pub- licity, Circle K collected cards from people in four states. On the campus level, Circle K began the New Book Ex- change Serviee, which helped students in both buying and selling books. The club kept files with over 5,000 listings ol' people who had books lor sale. Many students used the lree service which was very successful in its lirst year ol' operation, Other activities ol' Circle K include assisting during Homecoming, working at the Admissions Office information table on Saturdays, and providing free coat checks at all Lyceum programs. The club also assisted the United Fund and the Salvation Army as well as holding several social activities. -if 1,19 7 Seated' Tom Lemons ' - A - .. president, Tom Weeks, vice-president' Melvin M'k ' - Hkktc cccrcpm. ,md Dwid Johnwn UL 1, ' I C Swlftddll. Ron Vickers, and Ted Baker. Row 1- Dave L'd ' ,. . 1, L , y g ,uuurm R , I, E 4 in A i g N -. a emann, David Cirieshaber, Larry Dorrell, and DavidSTi1nnerOvlkow Xallrtnii ildlnm Qillmnporl' Slew Bllfmll. Barry Sargeanti and Rodney Snodgrass, ' -' NUM. Row -l: Tim lvlcQuarry, Stephen Bertels, Paul Gray, and Verl Hutchison. va 4 v V I as 1 37 W 2? ., 4,7 l .. 1. l.' . Row l: Green, s Rieger, l P11 Pl ol' lhrc Colum pus el throug mer o vxork l 1928. into Ili 1 Q. - ,t f f A U ....e.T, A ,. 2 . .. f- 5 . - , Q 3 and stings d the ar of luring tation at all Fund social lemann. Jdgrass. tchison. , ,- . 1 , M3 Aww mrs, . 4' Stem as A sf Q, f s, .:, LK .was 4' Q A " X it s f -1 N s X' Q f fwt xt. Row 1: Larry Boleach, president: Gail Albright, vice-presidentg Emil Jack Bowen, Basil Morlan, Pete Nicolletti, W. A. Browne, Don Milliken. Green, secretaryg Will Selser, treasurer. Row 2: Wayne Newman, Wray Rieger, Earl Ludlow, H. B. Tate, Sherod Collins. Row 3: Jerry Vittetoe. Row 4: Howard Terry, William Lewis, Richard Mease, Ralph Pink, Marion Johnson, Joseph Rhoads. Forest Crooks. Phi Delta Kappa Promotes Free Education Phi Delta Kappa was founded in 1910 as a consolidation of three interdependent fraternities at Indiana University. Columbia University. and the University of Missouri. Cam- pus chapters are novv located at colleges and universities throughout North America. Requirements to become a mem- mer of this organigation are that a semester of graduate work be done with superior grades. Since its beginning in 1928. this NMSC chapter has initiated more than 500 men into this honorary fraternity. Officers for the 70-71 year were: president, Larry Boleachg vice-president. Gail Albright: and secretary- treasurer, Emil Green. The purpose of this international fraternity of men in professional education is promoting free public education which is essential to develope and maintenance of a democ- racy. The organiaation is based on the cornerstones of re- search, service, and leadership. 4.1:-I-L - .2 , ..: , .--r ,. 'ffzl J:-rc-. ei 'T ' " ?:q'7Z""'3':f all ,ft ,5'4-.r,..-,,s- 1-:,tg-Li:T5:-w:1Y-u'f.-- :-GLS..-9252 'f1!i"1.'37fH'-'2'f'f' -' f - -' f P' T' ' fe " ' 1OO Officers of Alpha Phi Sigma initiate new members. 54 New Members Added To Honor Fraternity Alpha chapter ol Alpha Phi Sigma, national honor fra- ternuy, celebrated a banner year ndth S4 UCWf NICHWUCFS being ininated during faH sernester. Special guest speakers at chapter meetings were Major William Andrews. Of U16 CoHege RCYTCfprogranL udunspoke onthe Nhetnanixvan and Joseph Alloway, a student at NMSC, who spoke on the topic of Zero Population Growth. Each semester Alpha Phi Sigma awards two S25 .schol- arships to the organizations member who .raises his cu- niulahve grade point the niost nuniber of points.'Th1s year scholarships were awarded to Nancy Wood and Beverly h4oore. . The traditional Alpha Phi Sigma banquet was held this year hiiAprH. hdany spechn guests and fdends of the organ- izanon amended Hnschnner L Seated: Roger Demarest, president: Pat Jacobs, vice president: Joella Waybill, secretary: Sharon Orf. treasurer: Max Bell, sponsor: Richard Demarest. Row l: Vonda Kraus, Susan Littrell, Marilee Gruneich, Nancy McKinney, Beverly Moore, Linda Miller, Mary Lou Behring. Jean Carter, Betty Roderick, Becky lnlow, Rose Cornwell, Marlis Manning, Joyce Lichte, Cheryl Martin, Row 2: Joan Fromme, Pennie Seth, Jacque Ogden, Gwenn Gardner. Karen Yackley, Carol Sees, Phyllis Scott, Lois White. Mary Martin, .Janet Axthelm, Kathy Harris, Ruth Jackson, Janell Perkins, .Aa 'V Joan Broughton, Annetta Fuenfhausen, Wanda Newland. Row 3: Diana Luksetich, Frank Sladek, Barb Jenisch, Pamela Wares, Stephen Tellier. Jeanne Barta, Rockne Gross, Terry Gravemann, Mary Wells, Ann Bege- man, Joan Peterson, Casey Bourdeau, Nancy Wyhs, John Grice, Nicki Sample. Row 4: Philip Luksetich, Fred Curry, Ralph Mincemeyer, Earl Martin, James Compton, Jackie Jones, Mark Ruggeberg, Paul Gray. Kevin Woods, Clark Weaver. Kenneth Slaughter, Terry Meek, Janette Stolfa, Charles Gray, Karen Wilderman, Connie O'Dear. Q Z new Seated: Janell Row l: Hickie, Ruth V' Clara Wieberg l T Socie an ac ship c and s state Missc in Va came juncti spoke P studei social I : wer, A . f- I , r X- ., uv---vw I V - A I- H ' .1 . - . .....,..,. A -,N--,AA ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,N I W Q. ,,-,l I Sienna. -YQ vi 3- -gps ied tr fra- mbers :akers if the rg and topic schol- is cu- s year everly d this Jrgan- 3: Diana 1 Tellier. nn Bege- ze, Nicki ver, Earl ul Gray. , Janette a... JR -.1 Seated: William Spaun, president: Terry Gravemann, vice president: Janell Perkins, secretary-treasurer: Gilbert C. Hohlenberg, sponsor. Row l: Susan Smola, Janice Houf, Shirley Gowdy, Susan Andrews, Melvin Hickie, Jack Hamlin, Donald Bundy, Richard Demarest, Kathy Harter, Ruth W. Towne. Row 2: Eleanor Ryan, Clifford Myers, Harold Synder, Clara Byrum, Frances Crow, Joyce Campbell, Loretta Gilget, Jeanne Wieberg, Clyde Meier, Roger Demarest, Linda Ryan, Jacqueline Wilson. Row 3: Elizabeth Galey, Pat McChristy, Charles Blakeley. Richard Burger, Kendra Phillips, Betty Holzhauser, Fred Curry, Gloria Sadler, Rod Kubichek, Michael Small, Ron Bureman, Michele Brodeen, Ann Leone, Linda Spaun, Beverly Fisher. Row 4: David Tanner, Philip Luk- setich, Larry Dorrell, Mitchell Burns. Mark Ruggeberg, Steve Lane, Arnold Zucherman, Ed Schieffer, Gary Keesling. Larry Stephens, Tom Fevurly, Beverly Holder, Dr. David March. Historical Society Goes To State Capitol The Eugene Fair Chapter of the National Historical Society, oldest continuing organization on campus, boasted an active 64th year. Its ninety members, under the director- ship of Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg, took part in three interesting and successful field trips - to Arrow Rock, Missouri, to the state capitol at Jefferson City, and to the University of Missouri Archeological Research Center and Field School in Van Meter State Park. The social high point of the year came at the annual Spring Banquet, held in March in con- junction with Phi Alpha Theta, where Dr. William Parrish Spoke on Missouri's Sesquicentennial anniversary. Membership in the Historical Society is open to all students and faculty interested in the fields of history and Social science. National Historical Society draws interested students, l I ,i 101 1 i li l l l l 1 l , l l it if l ll p l . l l l 4 .ta ft ' mg. i-t affitrfozvfirm-.f.fs.::ff.:1..wS?1-f -1,1122 ,ef mf l 1 l l l lO2 A lg Seated: Thomas Ritchie, presidentg Linda Spaun. secretaryl Susan An- drews, historian: Dr. David March, sponsor. Row l: Barbara Strother. Susan Smola, Shirley Gowdy, Ric Constance, Meredith F. Eller, Joseph Ku. Ruth W. Towne. Gilbert C. Kohlenberg. Row 2: Carol Sees, Donald Bundy, Larry Stephens, Gloria Sadler, Beverly Holder, Casey Boudreau, Roger Demarest, Eleanor Ryan. Row 3: Larry Dorrell, Mitchel Burns, Harlan Penn, Steven Lane, Gary Hollenberg, Philip Luksetich, Arnold Zucherman, Jack Hamlin. Third Year On Campus For PhiAlpha Theta Nu Chi Chapter of national organization Phi Alpha Theta, spent a busy thini year on canipus extending its rnenibership and pursuing points of hisuadcal nnerest llnder the sponsorship of IDL Ilavid hdarch, Phi,Alpht1'Theta engaged several guest speakers including lDr. John Fhnes and IDr.lRoger Ciody of the coHege facuhy. Social acuviues were highhghted nithe annual Spring Banquet co-sponsored widithe liktodcal Socuny. Last spdng several Phi Alpha Theutinenibers amended a regionalineenng at Springheld, h4o.and udH ako auend thw yeansineenngin Fuhon,h4o. l eqtnrenients for nienibership in the history hcnior club are twelve hours of hnnory udth ttinininiuni of a 31 grade average and a 3.0 honor pointrano in uvo-Unrds of the reniaining classes with a 2.86 average overall W Q W Ill ...,,,,,v,.,,,.....f,r,......a....,.,.,.,..., -V -W ,.,....,.,. aa,...,. ..... X Ric Constance promotes Phi Alpha Theta activities. I I. inipe lectu Sym reele Repi poht of a prov of U topk gOVC nnht para futui futui me -fzwafi' yiya M X ,fw Qaaf Zgf :AQW aaa .Z Wea. :V J' 2. xl 2:7 .W fy 27? 3 Ei I A f ly t .wya Sea fiot Wfl I . . ,ew i sf ,f md '. 45: x .,,...-......,, f 6 .,,,, .7 K X W 4 I f yi! ,t fel 5 'MZ-W4 6 .G,., . .'vs,,, , , 1 oudreau. l Burns. Arnold ,ff ,..wa-f""' ymington Gives Talk For Young Democrats The Young Democrats provided the campus with political impetus this past year by furnishing various politically oriented lectures and guest speakers. ln October. U.S. Senator Stuart Symington gave a rather ordinary political speech prior to his reelection. Other guests included Robert LaCore. 95th District Representative. and Juvenile Court Judge Bruce Normile. Organized in 1960. Young Democrats was the first chartered political organigation on campus dedicated to the advancement of a national party. During the 1970 elections. the members provided assistance to the local party headquarters as a part of their national affiliation. This year saw a change in political topics ranging from the traditional political history and new government programs to current problems which exist in our military forces. Activities for the year included a Fall lake party, a Spring banquet, and several slide shows. Plans for the future include the above topics. as well as explorations into the future role of the American political organization. The talk given by Symington concerned current political events. 4471 Z Seated: Marie Gladbach, president Margaret Gladbach, secretary: Jane Tom Fevurly. Fred Curry, .Jeanne Wieberg. Row 3: Ken Lippincott, Larry fiodfrey, treasurerg Linda Stewart. Roxy li Michele Small. Cathy Burk. Hunt, lien Marlin. Robert Skuy, Wanda Armstrong, Marsha Simpson. Roxy 2: Caron Jones. Clyde Meier. 103 ...f-f,'T4+?.i-fits?f-ig-Tafgn-5-'giiffg-1: :.,..QfifE.t -1 T-'I:?f:5?QHi-Wi' 3 , , ... ,....,-v,,, .,, - .., , ..- .- ,.- .. 104 lawn Seated: Carole Mitchell, vice president: Terry Forsythe. secretary: Craig Cornick. Charles Guzman, Harry Pearl, Barbara Allen, Sherry William McClelland, sponsor: Peggy Crane. Row l: Renee Wilken. Ken- Medaris, Linda Leander. Row 4: Kathy Tyler, Debbie Gamm, Tim Rider. neth Cohen. Linda Kauzlarich, Alice Andrews, .loy Hunt. Row 2: Pam Hill. .ludy Motter, Clifton Cathcart. Gayle Wilson, Darlene Poyner, Debra Harris, Sherry Epperson. Row 3: Speech Path Club Welcomes New Members The Speech Pathology Organization embarked on its second full year at NMSC with high hopes of extending its membership. This they successfully accomplished as mem- bers now total about thirty. One of the first activities of the year was a Welcome Party held at Mary Immaculate Church Hall for the newcomers. The basic purpose of SPO is to orient its members into the professional world of speech pathology. Monthly meet- ings are devoted to guest lecturers and films dealing with speech disorders and new therapy. In addition to speech pathology majors new membership is especially encouraged for elementary education majors as speech problems should be detected and corrected at an early age. Club activities for the year included a Spring member- ship drive picnic at the Lake, which SPO hopes to make an annual event. and participation in the local Cerebral Palsy drive. For her work on this project member Glenna Novin- ger was awarded a SlOO scholarship by the State Cerebral Palsy Organization. Looking to the future, SPO hopes to hold several fund-raising activities in order to purchase hearing aids for the needy. Kc ly drive effort achiev which C is a is elig ship ii Row l treasui Row 2 lock, 4 I ff f I it , -,,,.,,,,.,, V mv: g I -Q .1 , Y ',,... , Sherry n Rider. should iember- iake an l Palsy Novin- ierebral opes to urchase . ,Sakai Q, 'em Kappa Mu Epsilon Pro Members of Kappa Mu Epsilon began the year with a drive for increased participation in campus affairs. ln an effort to enable math students to attain better academic achievements. the club maintained the tutorial program which it had established last year. Organized on campus two years ago, Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honorary mathematics society. Membership is eligible for those who maintain high academic scholar- ship in mathematics. Row l: Don Groff, sponsor: John Grice. vice-president: Charles Harland, treasurer: Joe Flowers, recording secretary: Nancy Wood, president. Row 2: Rose Smith, Ruth Miller, Mary Sue Beersman. Row 3: Linda Bul- lock, Carol Starbuck, Jo George, Jacquelyn Ogden. Row 4: Barry Gentile, moles Excellence in Math Other activities initiated this year included: the found- ing of the Math Solution Club as an offshoot of KME: fea- tured speakers from the faculty and the seniors: and at- tendance at a meeting of the Missouri Council of Teachers, held in Jefferson City. Special spring activities included a barbecue at Thousand Hills State Park and the sending of a delegation to the regional convention of Kappa Mu Epsilon David Beaty, Melvin Bissey. Row 5: Sam Lesseig, Frank Little, Lanny Morley. Row 6: Darrell Jones, John Davenport, John Erhart, Gregory Klokkenga, John Bartling. agf , Aff . E Z YY 2, .WWW gf lO5 J ,. 7 1 1, . 5 ' Iiffgafggih- 1-5:21 L-'S . 'f'Yii"':?5i-2E'f F ,,,, -f' 41248, f gn., "' 4, . it 'K Seated: Bob Maddex, president, Phillip Duncan, secretary: Charles Har- Walton, Vicki Reese. Row 2: Jack Magruder, sponsor, James Maddex, land, treasurer. Row l: Margaret Lillard, Lois White, Dindy Agee, Don Donald Maddox, Eddie Anderson, Robert Northdurft, sponsor. Y.E.S. Helps Establish Scientific Leadership Science Major Charlotte McKiddy offers presentation to Y.E.S. mem- bers at monthly meeting. 106 "Building Scientific Leadership" is the motto of the Young Engineers and Scientists. The judging of local, dis- trict, and regional science fairs is only one of the organi- zation's activities designed to carry out their motto. Under the leadership of Bob Maddex, president, the members of Y.E.S. this year were stuffed at banquets and stuck at hayrides! They participated also in picnics, cook- outs, regional science meetings, are helped to establish Y.E.S. chapters in area high schools. October was Science Youth Month and the NMSC chapter of Young Engineers and Scientists observed the month with activities and plans for this year. A membership drive was also begun this month to interest more people in the organ- ization, and a display was presented in the lobby of the Stu- dent Union to encourage and interest prospective members. Other activities which culminated a busy year included leadership conferences at Brookfield and Elsberry and the hosting of the State Y.E.S. Convention held this year in April on our campus. 1 f M , f , a ww 'f f Q ' Q wa 1951 M s., Ro' Ari Ro' azz vil hi' se pr m, ac W th -'L--4 'Vw 'V' 'If . ., .. . . -W I f I I , I I I , - iddex, the dis- gani- the and ook- blish ipter with was gan- Stu- vers. Jded the Xpril Pre-Os Club Initiates New Ecology Seminar Row l: David Watson, presidentg Donna Norman, vice-president, Willard Arnold, treasurerg Laura Todd, secretary: Dr. John Black, sponsor. Row Z: Frank Arcioni, William Kirmes, Allen Genteman, Joseph Matar- azzo, Don Fisher, Scott Powers, Terry Laux, Sarah Ladd. Row 3: Rene A three day ecology seminar sponsored by the Kirks- ville College of Osteopathy and Surgery proved to be the highlight of the year for the Pre-Osteopathic Club. This seminar engaged several nationally recognized experts and provided rare insight and an unusual opportunity to learn more about this new area of interest and concern. Other activities for the year included an annual address by F. M. Walter, Dean of Students at K.C.O.S.. an Easter party for the children of the Diagnostic Clinic, a tour of K.C.O.S. Smith, John Strohsnider, James Banner, George Gasser, Mike Scepter, James Compton, Brad Asay. Row 4: Lynn Zechman, Chet Robbins, Gary Wamhofl, Lloyd Cleaver. Phil Slocum, Larry Dickinson, Robert Upton. Mike Mahoney. campus with an anatomy pit demonstration. and the annual membership banquet. Under the sponsorship ol' Dr. John Black, the Pre: Os Club is unusual in that it is the lirst and only organi- Lation of its kind in the world. lts purpose is to ofler its members both a professional and social structure, It strives to help members keep up with the rapid changes occurring in medical science today, and to prepare them for a luturc position in the professional world. 107 1 ' ' ' ' 1 108 Individual Progra ms Promote Knowledge Nlembers of Sigma Zeta found a solution to the problem of hott to disseminate the information and research prob- lems occurring in their chosen fieldsi it was arranged that at each of their regular monthly meetings. one member gave a discussion on whatever topic interested him. Thus. the club was able to obtain program presentations in various fields of scientific interest. Delta chapter of Sigma Zeta is the national honorary science and math society on campus. Active membership is open to juniors and seniors who are math or science majors and who have a 2.87 cumulative G.P.A.. with a 3.0 73' in science and math courses. Associate membership is extended to freshmen and sophomores exhibiting potential for attaining active requirements. Last April sau the sponsor and tvxo officers attend the national convention in Nlarshall. Nlissouri: this 5ear's con- vention xx as held in Frostburg. Nfd. Objectives for the future are to encourage continued advancements in the fields of science and mathematics. to promote and recognize scholastic achievement. and to foster friendly social activities. 4 if? J"'45-1 5 I. . fn.,- qe- if Seated: Dwayne Williams president' Paul Grav vice ' ' - - ,. '-president: Eugene Smith sponsor Row l' Judy Robbins Jameq Cgm ' - - . . pton. Lloyd Cleaver, Gary Chidester, and Charlotte Mcliiddy. Seatec Cl . of tl Extr each Mos level spec pis Q- intial l the con- nued x. IO l to A W K.. Nw - Jaw? Ze ti . 1" , '. 2--fair, .vi SQ ' ' 3 ,wave Seated: David Schneider, president: Edward Tooey. secretary-treasurer: Robert Peavler, sponsor. Row l: James Elliott, Kavan Stull , Charles Smith. New Radio Club Members Teach "How to be aHam', "How to be a Hamu is taught to all new club members of the Amateur Radio Club. Novice. General, Advanced, and Extra-Class are the four levels available in the skills area: each level is progressively higher and harder to obtain. Most of the organizations members now hold the "General" level title and are working toward the more advanced and specialized levels. Code practice oscillators are used at all club meetings to help gain a higher code speed rate. Members also read and discuss together different articles in the "American Radio Relay League Publication." This promotes better understanding and greater knowledge about the theory and practice ol' radio. Membership in the Amateur Radio Club is steadily in- creasing, To belong to this organization, a student needs only to be interested in lield ol' radio and broadcasting. 109 itq tyi-,r ' , .- ....-- - Y f-, , -f - -- ,-. - - 1- - ,., f:-v. ....,.:':: .:..-.Yf,. ,m .-2: 1..--1,4-4 .h rf.: , 1471.-fx f- 'iz-2 r-'1' 1,Lfs-.fee-f -YIi-asm--its-55231:-s,f'.1' -'. 'Sv-2v:f.wf7Ea-r-cix:':.rs::-GJana-252-1 awsiwfilaiftlfiff---'.f'. .s f-iff'r5HfrQlJj1Z-1..lj119Z"'11'1,211-Viv?-'A ,r-.za-14-ft-, 1f-I-'-"5-:ie-5':-'if'-ff! 1 ,,,,:,,.,,-k',. , . ,.. , , . -,, , ,L . , . . - , . , ,-- 110 FN Seated: Frederick Young, president, Kerry Lackey, vice president: Bill Pauls, secretary: Jim O'Hair, treasurerg Dr. Larry Davis, sponsor. Row l: Ronnie Kellison, Terry Johnson, Larry May, Dan Jackson, Randy Mitchell, Gary Windmann, Lyle Johnson, Gary Nichols, Bob Stone, Spon- sor. Row 2: Ted Cox, Jack Russell, Jim Woods, Don Whitaker, Bruce W 7- 1 Moore, Douglas Smithson, Richard Vierling, Gerald Gooin, John Carter, Dr. David Travis, sponsor. Row 3: Michael Bradley, Steve Yates, Ruel Way, Ron Davis, Franklin Curtis, Robert Rogers, James Slaton, Charles Wilgenbusch. Agriculture Club Sets New Membership Goals Campaigns for new Agriculture Club goals increased the membership and the student's participation in agri- culture activities. Club members studied together, worked to improve the Agriculture division on campus, and dis- cussed in groups some new and more efficient farming techniques and procedures. Agriculture Club members, each year, help judge farm animal shows and cattle exhibits. This year, students par- ticipated, both as contestants and judges, in various live- stock fairs and showings around the Northeast Missouri area. Speakers were heard at the monthly meetings, and programs for farming benefits and governmental curriculum were outlined. Attendants at the meetings were encouraged to bring any new agriculture news to the group for discus- sion and review. Agriculture Club is sponsored by Dr. Larry Davis, of the Practical Arts faculty. Membership is open to any stu- dent with an interest in agriculture or farming. ol Ha 4-H em This wi all high tinued f particip munity Fo organiz requirir are eligi . W if f f f f s- 3 , V, . , Mis ,, Wx f-Q 'ff Diff? 708' ', ,, 'Nan fm, 3 f fg QW ,V Q ww-as x N f .x QS 5X4WsSf ff". , ,.. vfs-,W r,w,, 2 V, fs as 1 v asf -Q ,, s Seated: Row 23 Anya l farter. Ruel harles and Jlum aged sous- s, of stu- x Collegiate 4-H Club Has Busy Third Year Having marked its third year on campus. Collegiate 4-H embarked upon a rather innovative project in the spring, This was a live county workshop featuring the oflicers ol' all high school 4-H clubs within the area. This project con- tinued lor one month. with the main goal that of helping the participants to become more involved in service and com- munity projects. Founded in l968, the 4-H Club is a service and social organization dedicated to helping the College in any projects requiring assistance. All students interested in 4-H work are eligible tojoin. Activities included a volleyball party, a lakc picnic, and a Christmas party. In November. Mrs. Linda Pettijohn gave a presentation on welfare and the problems surrounding it. Other talks were given designed to aid high school -l-H Clubs in planning lor low income families. During the year. Larry Jones was elected delegate to the State Planning Committee. Future plans include the undertaking of more service projects and a membership drive. 9 og fo v-. 0,011 .. .o,:f.,, R.: oo vo Ol 94 Q tl 6 Z Z , t 1 , . W4 I IJ ,J l ' . 3 l it 5 3 j 1 I ., A i Z "W-W., Seated: Ed Schieffer, vice presidentg Navalee Arnold, secretary: Linda S. Jones. treasurer. Row l: Linda Asher, Sharon DeTienne. Karen Beach. Row 2. Verl Hutchison. Martha Ann Green, Carole Rowland, 111 ,gi-f+?ff :ian--,,.vQQt:s,f.' :s,2.F5-A-1':i-uf.-.:If.j1,.y51fr gm1.a3?:-51,51 :f..r,:Q1f-,fa , we - Exezsqgt-,nf . . .. f.,. . ,-,,,, .. .,., ., .-,, . , .. X X ,X Industrial arts major works on piece of furniture during classes in the new Industrial Education building. Seated: Kevin Woods, president: Sam Claggett, vice president: James Maddex, treasurer: Earl Joe Martin, recording secretary: Duane Cole, sponsor. Row l: William Smith, Kenneth Haase, John McEwen, Rick Peoples, Kenneth Lough, Michael Thrasher, Cathy Carter. Row 2: Wayne Rodgers, Faro Cottone, Lyndle Bitting, David Petre, Ken Mitchell, Club Banquet Honors Outstanding Members The annual Spring Banquet, serving to honor outstanding members in the club. was the highlight of this year's Indus- trial Arts Club. Participation in the Homecoming Parade was a major project, with members utilizing their technical skills to produce another good float. For the past several years, the club has captured the first-place trophy in the mechanical division of the floats. In addition to Homecoming activities. members also participated in the trips to industrial sites to see a practical side to their training: there were also various fund-raising projects held throughout the year, with emphasis placed on building the club membership. Each year members submit ideas which they feel can further develop the Industrial Arts Division. The main objective of the club is to create interest in the field for IA. majors and minors. Functioning as a social professional organization, it celebrated its thirteenth anniversary this year. Francil Pauley, William Korrell. Row 3: Jerry Wilhoit, Charles Wis- kirchen, Donnie Waybill, Dave Lademann, James Brown, Donald Hanke, Kenneth Glover, Dale Atteberry. Row 4: Jack Russell, Phillip Palmer, Lonnie Clair, Jim Lichtenberg, Francil Horn, Drew Mitchell, Jerry Crawford, Dwain Greenfield, Mike Link. W' , W ,Wt 6 W4 ,qt QW eff ,MIM W W A Sc Lt SC C 2: .lc K ei IC FS 3768 standing s Indus- a major kills to cars. the chanical ctivities, ial sites :re also ar, with feel can e main 'ield for 'essional ary this arles Wis- ,ld Hanke, p Palmer, iell, Jerry V . 5, , .mx ... -- Al -vu-uw Seated: James Hale, president: Curtis McClurg, vice-presidentg John Lohse, secretary: Mike Riordan, treasurer, and Dr. Will Selser, spon- sor. Row l: Jim Ulry, Paul Tracy, John Schenk, Lynn Fisher, Guy Brown, Carter Sappington, Gerald Montgomery, Tim Wolfe, Jon Oberman. Row 2: Michael Thrasher, Donald Lucas, Michael Hanneman, Gary Heinike, John Christie, Wayne Ellis, Larry Goodwin, Kenneth Rahe, Steve Horn, fs-env f ' U Q Jack Hamlin, Laverne Bergmann. Row 3: Jim Evans, Tom Jones, Ed Berry, Ted Griggs, Michael Seip, John Meissen, James Elliott, John Creighton, George Lee, Robert Fohey, Gary VanDyne, Calvin Malcolm. Row 4: Rinig Buennig, Tommy Fevurly, Kenneth Rush, Bill Homan, Gary Stowe, Gary Cornelison, Paul Lesser, Gary Keesling, Kenneth Benson, Steve Kreek, and John Wayne. Veterans , Club Boas ts Increased Membership Kristin Linneman, l970 Homecoming Queen, sponsored by the Vet- eran's Club expresses her happiness upon her selection as the queen to reign over Homecoming festivities. W l i With representatives from all branches of the armed forces, the Veterans' Club increased its membership up to eighty-three actives. The increase allowed members to actively pursue an increased participation in campus affairs. The Vets' Club was established in November of 1966 and was designated Ronald K. Cullers Memorial Veterans' Club in honor of the first graduate of NMSC to be killed in the war in southeast Asia. This year the Vets gave their annual Christmas party for underprivileged children in conjunction with help from two sororitiesg the kids were entertained by Santa, toys, Christmas carols, and refreshments. The club also spon- sored Kristin Linneman as the successful Homecoming Queen candidate. Members also furnished the runner-up in the l970 Campus Bowl, as well as sponsoring a car wash and various parties. On March 5, the club had its formal partyg this was soon followed by planning for next year. 113 l 1 li 5, l l 5 li lr it l l lt l 1" l ll ill . la l .4 l l .21 r .V ! li F I i ,giigqmgrysl N-ix .V F L3 kr: J f piggy..L-frgk-:,7sv,1.yfi:f-5 ' ,,,j?,Q,k ,gff3Af,-5, ff,jL,9:gtjCf,F!1qv5aw:lf,fQsi j-15191 Q-5 1 Y -7 , -Zigi. I 'EIS'-I : ,. 4' l 1 -i i l . 5 i iv ly l W. i v i if ' r i il 5 li l li, .l l il lf' ify l l F l l 'i i l it il 'l Fl iii nl il'. in A 4- Wmv fb X, f arm- Row l: Sue Eichemier, Mindy Babbitt. Janey Mathis, Debrah Davis. Row 2: Carol Sees, Carol Holtkamp, Judy Racey. Row 3: Jackie Jones, Susan Dean, Carolyn Smith, Jo Goldman. College Ushers Assist With Campus Programs College usher assists spectators at one of the many all-school functions. College Ushers, in basic blLlCk dresses complimented by purple and white corsages, provided service in seating ,. .i 'ill 114 students and faculty at various College programs held both in Baldwin Hall and Pershing Arena. This year the girls assisted with the Lyceum programs. the Art Buchwald lecture, the Chambers Brother's concert, and many plays and concerts presented by College Players and the campus band and orchestra. Closing the activities for the year was the ushering in of guests at the Spring Commencement exercises. Organized in April, l959, with the opening of the new College Auditorium, the College Ushers have been serving since then for numerous campus functions. The group helps campus members with many all-school activities and programs. inclu ipati givin Nur: raise ning top i mem energ year. Unfc As c senic fresh are staff Sl Seated Farnsvi Lowen Dobsoi R. Zin wented eating i both : girls :hwald plays impus tr was ement e new erving helps and Projects for this year's Student Nurses Association included assisting at the Red Cross Bloodmobile, partic- ipating in the annual Student Nurses Association Week, giving a parting for the residents of the Adair County Nursing Home. and selling candles and Christmas paper'to raise money. A Christmas party for members and the pin- ning ceremony for last year's graduates proved to be the top social events of the year. The traditional goal of IOOVL membership was realized this year due to the efforts of an energetic campaign. Student Nurses tackled the big question of the academic year, the future of the nursing division, with a passion. Unfortunately their efforts were apparently unsuccessful. As of next year the nursing major is being phased out. Only seniors will finish and get their degrees with no incoming freshmen or sophomore to start. Reasons for the phase-out are reported to be problems in accredidation and teaching staff. tudent urses Gain Fu Seated: Mary Wells, president: Jean Carter, vice-president: Elaine Farnsworth, secretary: Pat Murphy, corresponding secretary: and Jan Lowenberg, treasurer. Row l: Lola McCoy, Valerie Woddard, Maurine Dobson, Nancy McKinney. Deb Moritz, Nettie McCoy. Row 2: Gayle Haack. 7 , f . W, ff It ,J . T w 'lt VI if 1 I if '17 'TVR ? a Student nurses Carol Cleeton and Sherry Bertelsen look on as president McClain officially declares student nurses association week. ll Club Membership Rita Cottom, Martha McGrath, Susan Mahoney. Grace Campbell, Gail Hanington. Belda Chatman. Row 3: Mary Ann Good, Mary Tophinke, Jim Murphy, Dan Kinsinger, Charol Eitel. Ann Begeman, Charles Steele. and Sherry Bertelsen. f'N fxi ff LC! A if I 1 A f , f , if s I I ' if ' 5533 --,-!'fwQi:w,'.1 .- .xpiJ'5f1'?f1?'u'.'.-s.:Cff.Z .gif-?I5Ff?fIif-111-213741-fin: f :arm iszirizf- V.. Na., .,,,, ,, dy Seated: Steve Clem, president: Brad Asay, vice president: Jeff Grace: Herman Harris. Row l: Gregory Kent Seth, William Wiley, Aubrey B. ' lm , , 1 1, f Q., f fasw f t ' f ' 1 K Q 1 Carpenter, Joe Gass. Row 2: Paul E. Gillette, Joseph J. Hoyt. Ronald G. Welder, Dennis Garrett, Randy W. McVay. orm Council Begins New Open- orm Policy ,, yn, fm. H s. 1 X f , X The Mens Dorm Council sets up rules and regulations for living in the dormitories. They sponsor dorm activities and encourage student par- ticipation in campus affairs. 116 The hdens lDorni Councn, newdy innhned last yean brought niany vnal nenfissues before the board in the past year.'The open dorni pohcy was renntnued aher ns tdal and subsequent failure last fall. A Dorm Decoration Contest for lhnneconnng was ako hnroduced and sponsored by hdu Epsnon Nu.iA carrahy unnem was hdd and won by Jnn hdtnlendoreg another such raHy'xvas sponsored in the Spring. 'The Cfouncn, fornied last year as a student voice for iniproving canipus lne, sets up rules governing rnen's rest dence haHs and rnainunns a court ndnch pernins student pardcipathnn in discnninary cases.Its goal B to bring about rnore student control ni dornntory hfe.tJther acdvides in- dude the sponsor or dances thw yearteatudng 'ihre and Iceu We ,f Seated: presider vice pri Cynthia F Hah super each Indivi conta counc decor Coum dues E fohov niust ponn in the honor counc thdrc U.. V ' if ip? Q 5 A A . 1 . Q. ,.,,, if., nald G. 7 year. : past . trial ontest y Mu y Jim pring. :e for resi- udent about es in- e and Q A-in Womenis Dorm Council Decorates for Holidays Seated: Pat Montgomery Centennial president' Sharon Harrison Rl I . , D . ' ' . ye Cindy Hall, Terry Todsen. Row 3: Linda Stagner, Janice Bennett, Carol presidentgu Rose Smith, Centennial vice president: Debra Harris, Ryle Maussen, Susan Bay, Margaret Elaine Grace. Row 4: Marty Phillips vice president. Row l: Maurine Dobson, Deborah Paris, Linda Guilford, P't B " ' ' ' Cynthia Comegys, Shirley Jones. Row 2: Judy A. Elam, Ruth Jackson. Ryle Hall, Centennial Hall, Grim Hall, and Panhellenic Hall each elected Women's Dormitory Councils which were supervised by Dean Rita Gramman. Individual activities for each dorm were planned and carried out by the councils. Individual dormitory Christmas parties and door decoration Contests were several of the activities sponsored by the councils. Homecoming and other holidays also brought out decorations which were coordinated by the Women's Dorm Council. Funds for these activities comes from dormitory dues which are collected within each dormitory yearly. Spring semester brought election of .officers for 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. aty enedict, Kristal Curtis, Mary Wells, Patty Little, Chloe Rogers. Ill lf? iff ,L 5 . fv,f,4 Girls on the Council help initiate activities which will promote dorm unity. such as this picnic on the dormitory lawn. 117 f f Q' fi V y i Row l: Kathy Harris. Olinda Gastler. Mary Craig, Cindi Clark, Perry Woodling. Mary Leeper. Louisa Chadwell, librarian: John Augspurger. Members Benn. Row 2: D. Henry, Student Director: Kem Cavanah. Ellen Lavinder. Richard Hammon. presented Sandra Harrison, Joyce Wisdom. Row 3: Robert Scott, Director: Dale Kansas City Tour Highlights The Year .. The annual tour stretching to the Kansas City area served as this year's local point for the Brass and Clarinet Choirs. This took place in early March. and included schools in Moberly, Columbia. and Kansas City. Under the direction of Robert Scott. the Clarinet Choir also performed in concert at the University ol' Illinois in the spring: they also gave their campus concert shortly thereafter. using the smallness of the group as a means to exploration. Meanwhile. the Brass Choir. directed by Dr. Roger Cody managed to keep fairly busy. ln addition to performing special concerts all year, the Brass Choir participated in the Christmas candlelight concert in December as well as giving a campus concert in the spring. R ' L L" 'S v - . . . - . ow l.4P1ul Criig. John leuoto, Paul Copcnhaver, Jeff Piper, Dr. Roger Cody. Row 2: Larry Kidwell. Steve McEwen. Linda Evans. Mike Farnsworth, Mark I-Kirks. 118 Phz Mu Alpha Plays urger. IS to .oger ming ld in ll as or Basketball Games Upsilon Phi chapter ol' Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia ini- tiated I3 pledges at the beginning of Spring semester swelling the membership to 30 active members. Ac- , tivities of the organigation expanded during their third year on campus. As an international music fraternity, the Sinlonias provided various musical services. One ol' the main highlights of the year was the Jazz Festival held February 6. It consisted of a competition in two classes for plaques and the opportunity to play on the concert stage that night. The winners in each class were the Adair Jazz Trio, and the Sinfonia Stage Band. Featured performer at the concert was Clark Terry, of the "Tonight Show". Phi Mu Alpha's service projects included providing a pep band for the Homecoming Pep Rally and for thc home basketball games. The pep band worked with the cheerleaders and the K-dettes to provide cheering routines and to help foster school spirit. The Sinfonia Stage Band played for numerous dances and proms during the year both on campus and in area high schools. Chapter members attended a workshop at Central Methodist College in the Fall. Upsilon chapter won five out of seven awards for chapter excellence. Fraternity membership includes music and non-music majors in vocal and instrumental capacities. Green. Row 2: Jeff Piper, Paul Copenhaver, George Gasser, David Evans, Roger Bullock, Mark Firks. Row 3: David Rector, Lloyd Cleaver, Paul Craig, Trey Coleman, David Montgomery. I 1 l K' ' 1 "FMS,--i-:f5v?::1?i'.5 rr -iz+:iiE5fe'?'fiv-:f-'Fi-izfvszfa fiwirifmwf-V - f - P -ff ' 120 Seated: Elizabeth Fedak, president: Janette Stoffa, vice-president: Re- becca St. Clair, secretary: Pamela Mestemacher, treasurer: Martha Spath, sponsor. Row l: Janice Widger, Deena Lambert, Kitty Bennett. Jeannine Cafer, Paula Caldwell, Pat Huff, Vicki McKean, Linda Grin- stead, Gail Battaglia, Pat Adams, Jane Shannon. Row 2: Karen Bell. Linda Gray, Earlene Barnes, Linda Stagner, Sharon Harrison, Sally Sincroft, Susan Bishop, Martha Hatfield, Linda Akins, Cherry Guyer, WRA Sponsors Party At Kathy xGriswold goes in for a lay-up during a practice session of the women s extramural basketball team. Cecilia Beets. Row 3: Kathy Dietz, Celeste Knierim, Jeanne Barta, Nona Susewind, Karen Poertner, Martha Hookom, Mavoureen Sellens, Brenda Riley, Billie Norman, Kristi Wormsley. Row 4: Mary Warren, Mary Dickinson, Mary Roth, Linda Barnes, Audrey Stanek, Martha Green, Tresia Griffith, Jane Brassfield, Jeanne Riter, Jeannie Bentley, Peggy Eitel. Diagnostic Clinic Faculty members of the women's physical education department were treated to gifts and a rest on Santa's lap at the W.R.A. Christmas party. Earlier in the Christmas season W.R.A. co-sponsored a party for the children at the Kirksville Regional Diagnostic Clinic. W.R.A.'s annual "get-acquainted" party began the group's activities for the year. The club serves as a rec- reational outlet for all the coeds at the College. The Women's Recreation Association sponsors both intramural and extramural sports for Women at the College. Intramural sports included: volleyball, basketball, softball, tennis, badminton, and table tennis. Extramural teams in fieldhockey, volleyball, basketball, swimming, tennis, track and field, and softball participated in state tournaments as well as competing against teams from area colleges. The spring banquet ended the club's program for the year. Row l: Ka Jeanne Brit Woodward, Linda Hart Nancy Sler Sue Rains, 1 E F rf' '4 ':-1. ,www f..W ' , ,nik fu- 'ini ififii if? f , 34+ j 2 ' 1.435 1, 'ei-1' J., . N -- ' mit 925 24 JM: 'f ' . 317 5 ' iw il-.27 M , WJ- J, iqigizfhvi ' , sifivijimfeff f s,W,ff ,M fi? W 1 ' u Q1 , Nona Brenda Mary Green, Peggy :ation 's lap stmas at the n the 1 rec- both allege. ftball. ms in track nts as Jr the l i . Coach Nancy Hopson talks to members of the women's ex- tramural basketball team as they await action. Adams, Deanne Fear, Renae Best, Pamela Wares,AKathey Griswold, Terri Collier, Susan Nickel, Ann Begeman, Jacque Ogden, Janet Axthelm, Kathy Ensminger, Deborah St. Clair. Row 4: Lane Barry, Barb Melson, Marcia Olson, Jean O'brien, Janice Ritter, Judith Campbell, Janie Daggett, Joan Smith, Carole Rowland, Mary Beth Justice, Sharon Norris, Paula Mc- Clanahan, Joyce Campbell, Becky Eccles, Rebecca Bendlage. l ui!! 1 H-fr .1-. ff:sw-..evaras,f.1ff--.V--1.-1.7.-:fi4f6:if:fiv'::-1:-.rSff4:wz5?1- f.'1fi:??Stff5rf1 - -T ' '9' " K 'Q-,N-, 5- 'I :g ,' .' :f':.-1s',--n-uv W- - -f" 'H r ' e - ' " ' 122 i vw-up , . -7 1 gs Seated: Greg Skinner. president: Gary Lacey. viee president: Charles sor. Row 2: William Matthew, Bill Stradt, Michael Thornburg. Donald Blakely, secretaryg Loren Moes, treasurer. Row l: Kevin Miller. Hal Yager, Stephen Rowe, Larry Kersten. Row 3: Stan Huggins. James Comp- Drake, Terry Taylor. Jim Magruder. Clarence Dottrey. Ralph Pink. spon- Varsity Club Holds ook-Out At 1000 Hills Twenty-live new members joined the Varsity Club at the College during the spring semester. Movies corresponding with each sport ol' the season were shown at meetings held every two weeks during theyear. Dues from members is the source ol' lunds lor the Varsity Club. These lunds provide a S50 cash award through the R. E. Valentine Memorial Scholarship. It is given each semester to the member ol' the Varsity Club with the highest grade point average for the semester. Also an annual activity is a cook-out held at Thous- and Hills State Park. Sponsored by the Varsity Club, members ol' the Health, and Physical Education division are honored guests. as well as club members. Service project ol' the Varsity Club is manning concession stands at sports events during the entire sports season. ton. Stven Sahay, Bill Dennis. Hardie Smith, Greg Erson. Head football coach Russ Sloan presents Charles Blakely with the ' Hustler" award at the football banquet held during the spring semester. 'Best isa 'WMV Wrest Physi mura Seate Crans Mich: Bill F M 7 I Y A af Sl ja? ff 'zf '75 44,1 45 4 014 3 5,6 , 1 at , l 2.5431-:sf il fs "'? f' 2? ' X M4 A N, i , l Ryan Delegate To AAHPER For Merfs PE Club s Men's Physical Education Club at the College is al'- filiated with the AAHPER, which members are required to hold a student membership in. Funds from dues collected from members each se- mester are used to continue the Richard Rhoads Memorial Scholarship awarded each semester to the Men's Physical Education Major club memberwho has the top honor point average, and who has distinguished himsell' in club as well as campus activities. Howard Ryan was the club delegate to the national con- vention ol' AAHPER in Detroit. Michigan in the spring. Service projects during recent years have included: collecting tickets at sports events and painting ol' the Sal- vation Army building by club members during the "Clean- up, Paint-up, Fix-up" campaign. Seated Howard Ryan president Tom Sawyer vice president Divid 3: Paul O'Day, Greg Overfelt, Dennis Dougherty, William Welty. Row -l Cranston secretary Steve Harrison treasurer Row l Larry Mitehell Steven Shook, Rodney Schwitzer, Don Knoche, Kenneth Castagna, Victor Vlichael Proffitt Harry VanEpps Don LeBlanc Terry Daggett Row 7 Bally. ,gg -- a -, A 'Q 'ff-1?'qfq':'f -, ff: 'gvvgyff-1fI',-qa.p..3.", -.iff fi- Q -, :--. Q-"Eff,-15, i 1 sine"-J' - ' u Row l: Cheryl Pearson, Peggy Robinson, Leslie Snellgrove, Kitty Jo Bennett. Row 2: Marilyn Davis, Maradell England, Lucinda Gray. Row 3: Patty Hagemeier, Debra Watters, Kathy Folker, Sherry Bertelsen. Beta Tau Delta Performs at Half- Time Members Peggy Robinson and Kathy Folker show Beta Tau off at its best at "Carousel of Clubs" Night. 124 Semw Kicking off the year's activities with an exciting ap- pearance nithe Phnneconnng Parade,the baton twiders of Beta Tau Delta proved themselves an enthusiastic group of giHs.lJndertheleaderHnp ofsponsor hladanne Chovanninh this professional baton twirling organization participated in several service projects and social events. Beta Tau mem- bers added color and spidt to basketbaH garne halitnne wnh thdr uvnhng prmnmon and skHL Chherlnghhghm of the year were coke paraes, a twdrhng presentadon for the chddren and sunf ofthe Ehagnosuc Clnuc,forn1alinniaUon, and the wund-up of the busy year math a spring pncnic at Thousandl1HlsLake. Beta Tau IDeha sorodty was founded on the CoHege cantpus in l959 under the guidance of Ihr VVaher R5de by Mary Evelyn Thurman, physical education instructor. N year's on dz of ma 'I ginnii Nine girls throu baske l the le and c Li Row l Brenda Cory. E ge X , T ,s fi Q if .aff T .a s . Qi 1. it f 135' . . . Q 'bizvh '--e Various new maneuvers and techniques highlighted this year's K-Dette performances. Much emphasis was placed on dancing in their routines, rather than the previous years ofmarching. The K-Dettes were chosen through try-outs in the be- ginning of the year by returning K-Dettes and the sponsor. Nine new girls were chosen along with two alternates, The girls promoted enthusiasm for College athletic teams through their performances in the Homecoming parade and basketball games. K-Dettes obtained R.O.T.C. as,their new sponsor under the leadership of Captain Strand. The sixteen member dance and drill team sponsored a car wash in the spring. Lively Dance R outines Provide Entertatnment Row 1: Tanya Parnell, treasurer: Karen Arico, presidentg Karen Killday, Brenda Brosi. Row 2: Rhonda Shearl, Ruth Gabel, Debbie Wilson, Debbie Cory. Row 3: Sue Burkemper, LaRae Paulsen, Jill Riney, Janie Windler, new 177 1 ., -"f u 5xwf-'--,-.fr-?-,f'Jt:s:.'- 1-. ' Erif.-Fzaifuf ---31.7 .-:.v1f1r1Pf3-sei-12'-. is . ? 126 ,, Members can hardly await the next meeting as they burst Hall. in f . through Violette Synapse Expands To Include Student Art Work Synapse, CoHege tnagazine of the line arm, has expanded each year Qnee Hs nntnd pubhcauon in 1969, The odgnud Synapse was hnined to pubhdnng mudent prose and poetry xvorks only. In 1970, lnnvever, the inagazhn: was expanded to indude ieproducUons of student art work, The 1971 issue of Synapse induded both lnerary and art work in a ntagazine of 60 pages as conipared to last yeafs 48 page Bsue. Because of the increase in productnni costs these expansions in- volved, the 1971 Synapse was sold to interested students tor 50C a copy.TTnsinoney wah be apphed towardsthe 1972 Synapse.It wdl ako be used to bdng inuxesdng speakers rehued to the Une arts to the coHege canv pus. In 1970 the rnagaznn: was responsdne for pre- senong the acdanned poeL llonaki Bayes to the mu- dentscafblortheast Since its inniadon, Synapse has been under the supemdyon of Tkxrance hdosen cn the Language and Lnemnure dhdson. tins year, Brnui Bedard is ako acnng as facuhy advmor. The rnanaging edhor of the 1971 Bsue was IMane Baechh whHe Nhnsha Cox was art ednor and VViHian1 C1uMek served as ednor of the literature division. Responsible for public relations was Erwin Pidghbors the 1971 buynessinanagen The photography for thh yeafs Bsue was taken by Fardnd Assassi. f f 2 P z 1 ' .5 J" I l Q 15 wwlmim Kath.. , . .I K Q 3 bs :www , ig ' fa s,,..t.mt,1Ar,,m,,,,,. .. . - ,say ' L fi'!L1irfnef.x X gfjj 3 . - Spur, Shep W mis I e Ziea E 1 ff ' f :ua 213, ax ' L ,p-EU wewsxqsaaire Q XML: s' 3-nmfI2ont:LFarslgd1Assassi, photographer. Left to right: Bob Anders, David Bill Chalek, lit. editorg Rory Marner, Bonnie Wolverton, Marsha Cox, er, ons risty, Erwin Neighbors, bus. managerg Nancy Rothman, art editor: Diane Baecht, managing editor: Susan Johnson, Dave Welch. Q 1 aa f fc Z 22 4 f? Seated. Fox, s Row 1: h udde treats and w E center on ca xvhich ganizz , - ge. 1 ty --nn- F0 B.S. U Participates In State- Wide Retreats ts, has n l969. student 'er, the ions of ncluded J pages ause of ons in- ltudents trds the eresting e cam- or pre- heistu- Ller the ge and is also of the ox was of the elations er. The Farshid 9' Q' Q , 'SJ I sha COX. e Welch. Seated: Louise Swain, president: Sherry Bertelsen, vice presidentg .lean Fox, secretary: John Evans, choir director: Dennis Merritt, director. Row l: Susan' Ahern, Gary Nichols, Gail Simpson, Debbie Farris, Patricia Members of the B.S.U. engaged in a series of state- wide retreats in the southern part of Missourig these re- treats were sponsored by the Southern Baptist Convention and were held throughout the year. B.S.U. functions in and through the local church, but Centers its planning and leadership in an Executive Council on campus. This past year saw the Baptist Student Center, which formerly provided facilities for various campus or- ganization events, bought by the college. Higgins, Patricia Merritt. Row 2: Mildred Wood, Doris St. Clair, Denna Swan, Margaret Grace, Lisa Nagel. Row 3: Beth Klinkenborg, Van Egbert, Martha Green, David Montgomery, Robert Higgins. As a youth organization of Baptists in higher institutions of learning, the B.S.U. enlisted various speakers from the college during the year. Mr. Smits from the Social Science Division and Dr. Hoffman from the P.E. Division conducted talks with the group during the year. In December, members gave a Christmas party for the Gpportunity Center which entertained around 80 children. Other activities this year included the sponsoring of various socials and the election of new officers in the Spring. 127 .. 128 YL-" H9 412271 3- - Members of Gamma Delta were among the campus organizations which aided the Adair County United Fund Committee in raising money for this year's campaign. Seated: Dave Lademann, president: Judy Davidson, secretary: Gregory Klokkenga, treasurer. Row l: Mark Appold, campus pastor, Carol Speck. John Ashcraft, Judy Stradt, Mary Kohlenberg, Gilbert Kohlenberg, spon- Gamma Delta Members "Hike for the Hungryn World hunger was one of the major concerns of students sharing in the work of Gamma Delta, a Lutheran student movement on campus. A community-wide "Hike for the Hungry" was organized and carried out with net proceeds of several thousand dollars designated for hunger projects around the world. During the fall semester students in Gam- ma Delta sponsored the sale of UNICEF greeting cards in the effort to raise further help for the United Nations Child- ren's Fund. Gamma Delta serves as the framework for some of the activities of a Lutheran campus ministry. It is aimed at stimulating study and critical dialogue delineating the basics of Christian faith 'in relation to current issues and prob- lems, variety and meaning in workship experience, relevant service projects, and also fellowship in group activities. Presently, students of Gamma Delta are engaged in furnishing the student lounge area in the Lutheran Center at Baltimore and LaHarpe. These facilities are open year round for discussion, relaxation, and fellowship purposes. sor. Row 2: Linda Pasvogel, Connie Winter, Bill Stradt, Paul Tracy, and Diane Hazen. Row 3: Jan Hetxel, Mary Cochran, Joan Tracy, and Sharon Burgeois. Stud in tl in mi ofp Seate Jorge sor. l liams Y 'X -'u.' . bers V, 99 ' students 1 student for the proceeds projects in Gam- cards in ns Child- ne of the iimed at he basics nd prob- relevant ictivities. gaged in n Center pen year Jurposes. Tracy, and ind Sharon '-sh. -W- Aeolian Club Meetings Aeolian Club at the College is the local chapter of the Student Music Educators National Conference. Membership in the organization is open to all students with an interest in music. ' Aeolian club conducted professional meetings consisting of programs dealing with music education as well as reg- Seated: Linda Evans, president, Mary Frye, vice-president: Rebekah Jorgenson, secretary-treasurerg Marvis Rinehartg Claudine Terry, spon sor. Row l: Betsy Grice, Pam Simpson, Roselle Montgomery, Mila Wil- liams, Louisa Chadwell, Debbie Farris, .lo Ella Waybill, Kathy Harris. Educational in Content ular, monthly, business meetings. Social activities of the Aeolian Club were a fall picnic, and a Christmas party. Members also helped with the an- nual spring music festival, district contest, the annual sum- mer band camp, and recitals. The spring banquet ended Aeolian Club's activities for the year. ' Row 2: Pam Gabler, Jo Ann Ross, Olinda Gastler, Mary Stevenson, Jan Hetxel, Beth Klinkenborg, Jeanne Myerscough, Mary Lynn Todd, Mark Firks. Row 3: Mike Farnsworth, Dale Jorgenson, Pam Craig, David Montgomery, David Evans, P. C. Copenhaver, A. L. Spurgeon. 129 130 HonoraryArt Club Sells Homecoming Mums Members of the Honorary Art Club this year celebrated the 50th anniversary since their organization's founding on this campus. As part of their celebrational activities they sponsored, for the first time, an All College Art Show. This show consisted of the best works of all art majors on cam- pus. Paintings and drawings were selected by members of the Art Division faculty on the basis of originality, beauty. and excellence. Earlier in the year, Homecoming mums were sold as nm a fund-raising project,. These funds were later used to sponsor a trip to Chicago in the Spring, where students visited special art museums and lectures. Under the leadership of president, Mike Yager, club members were informed regularly about the various con- tests, shows, and exhibits in nearby areas which were open to student participation. Many art students displayed works in some of these shows, and received valuable criticism, suggestions, and praise. YU" Seated: Michael Yager, presidentg. David Walker, vice-president: Anna Lana Brice. Row 2: Jim Ulry Becky Philli s Dennis Zeil C' d Schnirch. secrctarygi Marsha Mills. treasurerg William Murray, sponsor. Fisher, Jerry Cathcart, Nancy 'Magruder Roiivll- Cinijy Sltnwi Row I: Nancy Holer, Charles Martin, William Beucke, Kinda Pasvogcl. Barnett, David Montuomcrv, Kenny CPeinc -Gary Ch-idesteri C il L -ff, ff I 7 f ,ff 1 J Row Line Katl Serg Jo f Rov pro ami in des pr: ted to udents ', club s con- : open works ticism, , Cindy 4, Steve via Sgr' Lf' r ' at Row l: Patricia Pickering, Sandra Willhite. Linda Gerster, Susan Littrell, Linda Gray, Susan Provance, Barbara Martin, Nancy Niday, Karen Keath, Kathy Yount, Claudine Terry, director. Row 2: Arlys Anderson, Debby Sergeant, Joetta Amedi, Caril Dee Tucker, Patty Harris, Marilyn Robey, Jo Schar, Cherry Guyer, Beth Borron, Diane Rukgaber, Barbara Cooper. Row 3: Joyce Klein. Mary Warren, Joy Franklin, Janice Septer, Ruth Gabel, Jeannette Yagel, Nancy Schriefer, Marsha Beaird, Lynette Yagel, Mary Schrock, Loa Provance, Jane Ehrich. Row 4: Sharon Copenhaver, Mavoureen Sellens, Becky Eccles, Mary Ellerbrock, Paula McClanahan, Sharon Norris, Ann Sanders, Marily Everts, Sharon Utterback, Karen Bendlage, Renae Best, Carolyn Tucker. Elementary Majors Chorus Take Spring Tour Elementary Majors Chorus was organized in 1962 and provides opportunities for elementary majors who wish to improve their ability to sight read, become discriminatory in the selection of children's music, and become aware ol' desirable choral techniques. Members worked and practiced many hours to gain the practical musical experience needed by elementary teachers. Students were given valuable practice in the selec- tion and teaching of elementary music. Highlights of the year's activities included performances at the First Baptist Church and at the faculty Christmas party. A tour was also taken in the Spring to some ele- mentary schools in the Northeast Missouri area. 131 132 Row l: Linda Lunsford, Betsy Grice, Kathryn Lehnhoff, Gloria Schwarz, Mary Morris, Pam Simpson, Barbara Bledsoe, Mary Sobaski, Connie Rooker, Jo Waybill, Mila Williams, Rebekah Jorgenson, Betty King, Jenita Davison, Mary Kauffman, Vicki Biggs. Row 2: Carol Howell, Tryphena Scott, Pam Gabler, Loraine Heddleston, Janita Bloodgood, Connie Blief- nick, Sharon Copenhaver, Terry Collett, JoAnn Ross, Kristin Westhoff, Micky Mauer, Debbie Farris, Roselle Montgomery, Jeri Six, Donna Lucas. Row 3: Roger Bullock, David Hanks, Bill Thurman, David Bradley, EMO Singers Tour Baton Rouge in Spring NEMO Singers held a Pancake Day during the Fall Semester to raise money for their tour to Baton Rouge, La. in the Spring. Clay Dawson returned this year as director of the NEMO Singers, after a leave of absence in 1969-70. NEMO's annual Christmas Candlelight Concert was presented twice in December. The concert was also broad- cast on KRXL, the local FM station. The a cappella group also recorded a program which was shown on KTVO-TV. Ottumwa, Ia. Local churches in Kirksville and Macon were also hosts to the group, which is open to any student at the College. and is not restricted to music majors. Final presentation of the year on the College campus was the NEMO's Spring Concert. X T". e Blief- esthoff. Donna Bradley. O-TV. v hosts ollege, ttation Spring kd-Ns Simon Ramirez, Dennis Richardson, Galen Holloway, Bill Burse, Bob Selser, Vincent Collett, John Evans, Bob Wallace, Norman George, Jim Head. Row 4: Donnie Mayes, John Carter, John Wood, Jack Davis, John Parrish, Dan O'Donnell, Dale Jorgenson, Jr., Dale Stephenson, James man, Daison Shouck, ,A WW' ,, ...,,,.,.,.M , Members ol NEMO Singers take a break from a rehearsal to pose lor an informal picture in the autumn sunshine. Kinsinger, David Montgomery, Bob Anders, Al Spurgeon, John Fleisch- 133 -E 134 Row 1: Bob Dolley, Becky Jorgenson. Bonnie Wolverton. Barbara Martin. Geanne Moore. Elizabeth Topper. Helen Fitzsimmons. Dale Jorgcnson, Jr. Row Z: Nancy Schnoor, Steve Fowler, Charlene Tipton. Judy Davidson. Row 3: Charles Bright. Jana Klusmeyer, Wayne Pyle. Mike Lair. Donna . A W f Schnucker. Randi Less. Connie Beechwood, Jean Wedemeier. Teddy Far- ber. Georgia Voehl. Elna Jones, Caroline Smith. Mark Jorgensen. Jannon Hetzel, Jean Myerscough. Row 4: Dr. Frederic Kirchberger. Donald Lan- gcllier, Mary Craig, Dave Evans. Sue Shirk, Marvis Rinehart. Jenny Orchestra Helps Produce "Madame Butterflyv Two concerts were presented by the Northeast Missouri State College Orchestra in 1970-71..Under the direction of William FitzSimmons. the orchestra performed works by Sibelius and Hindeminth. During the Spring Semester the orchestra played the score for the Fine Arts Division's production of the opera "Madame Butterfly." Eight soloists were featured at the annual concerto concert held February 21. lndividual performances were given by Pam Simpson, who sang Menotti's Steal Me. from "Old Maid and the Thiefg Sue Shirk, who played MoLart's Concerto for Bassoon in B-flat major K.V, 1911 Robert Dawley. who performed the Concerto for Violin in D major by Paganini-Wilhelmjg and Mary Morris, who sang Alleluia, from Exsultate. jubilateu. K.V. 165, by Mozart. Also per- forming in the concert were: Jo Ella Waybill. who played the Concerto for Piano No. 21 in C major, K.V. -167: Steve McEuen, who played Concerto for Trombone in E-flat majorz Olinda 'Gastler. who played the Concerto for Saxo- phone in E-flat major: and Janice Culbertson, 'who sang Vienil t'affretta!. from "Macbeth". Other members of the orchestra assisted in theatrical productions. Goek Boud Rege VM T511 . I X t A . ,,,, , E I l E i I j' 3, ve.-., -x in fl .V . 5" v' f..w. .mf . K' J" 1 sg- X. 5 Nu. Ir' :px -,,. -',: X, ..,fv -'fx nb, N 1 x - 3 ' N . n -x ' -is -.1 T'- Q m -N 1 .-'lj 'nk 'H' ,-,gNL.L-,ill sg -in . ., aa- fi g ,y f y T . J tsee Juisa Chad- Spurgeon, Gary Fry, Steve Helscher. John Grice. Mary Papich, Paul Kidwell, Paul Gray, Dale Stephenson, Richard Feely, Martha Moore, Don Jegina Bell, Copenhaver, Jeff Piper, Paul Craig, John Fuoto, Bernie Allgood, David Lampton, Linda Evans, Doug Lotts, Rodney Kibble, David Rector, Jason is Boyd, Al Damron, Eric Forrest, Janette Stoffa, David Lampton, Olinda Cuastler. Beechwood, Ron Allen, Steve McEwen, and Director Robert Scott. Row 4: Chuck Gray, Carol Sherwood. John Davidson, Eldon Jones, Larry Band Performs In Many Concerts and Parades my f ff fm t ,WW Q WW 1 ff Q, 'M 21 WT an Robert Scott, director of the Band, conducts a medley at an Eastern Illinois University performance. Robert Scott became director of the March- ing l00 in l97O-71, while Tom Duden was at- tending graduate school to continue work on his doctorate. Scott came to the College from Ruskin High School in Kansas City, Missouri. Concert and marching band took their an- nual tour to St, Louis during the Fall semester. During their two-day stay the band performed in University City, as well as presenting con- certs at Normandy, McCleur, and Hagelwood high schools. The Marching IOO presented performances at Eastern Illinois University and also area schools including Milan, Unionville, Canton, and Hannibal. March 2-6, the band was host to Vaclav Nelhybel, noted composer and director, who directed the band in a concert of his work, "Symphonic Requiem," a symphony in four movements. May ll, the concert band presented a "Composers Concert", of works by Missouri composers. The year's activities concluded with the annual banquet held May 26. 137 138 PEM Club Plays Hostess At Christmas Party PEM Club members were hostesses at a Christmas party for children at the Kirksville Regional Diagnostic Clinic in December. WRA members worked with PEM Club to have the party for the children as a philanthropic project of the Physical Education Majors club for women at the College. PEM Club also has its first entry in the Homecoming parade in 1970, using the theme "Cape's Last Stand." Guest speakers at meetings during the year were Dr. Tim Nice and Mrs. Gloria Rogers. Dr. Nice, senior student at Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery, presented an anatomy lecture and demonstration in the anatomy pit at KCOS in November. Dr. Nice centered his remarks on Seated: Celeste Knierim, president: Deborah St. Clair, vice president: Pamela Mestemacher, treasurerl Mary Estes, sponsor. Row l: Gail Battaglia, Paula Caldwell. Janice Petree, Lane Froneyberger, Nancy Stichling, Jean O'Brien, Vicki McKean, Pat Huff, Linda Hartley, LeAnn Paulsen, Kay DeYarman, Camille Quinones. Row 2: Lynnette Lunkley, Cecilia Beets, Karen Dwyer. Sharon Harrison, Marjorie Roderick, Kathey Griswold, Rebecca St. Clair, Jacqueline Jones, Elizabeth Fedak, Cyndy Lammert, Billie Norman, Jody Chiappy, Jane Shannon. Row 3: Linda areas of the body, particularly the muscles, which physical education instructors play a major part in the development of. Mrs. Rogers, physical education instructor at Knox County High School in Edina, Missouri, stressed the im- portance of girls' sports in Missouri in a lecture in February. Pam Mestamacher served as treasurer of the Mis- souri Association of Health, Physical Education, and Rec- reation. Delegates from the College attended the Central District meeting of AAHPER in Omaha, Nebraska, March I9-21. National affiliation for the group is the American As- sociation of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. Artman, Linda Grinstead, Garnita Woodward, Barb Melson, Susan Isley, Janie Daggett, Rovene Webster, Judith Campbell, Rebecca Williams, Joan Smith, Jeannie Bentley, Terri Collier, Karen Bell, Meryl Goodwin, Kristi Wormsley. Row 4: Jeanne Brinker, Cheryl Goodman, Kathy Ensminger, Brenda Riley, Janice Ritter, Sue Rains, Janice Proctor. Janette Stoffa, Carole Rowland, Mary Stout, Mary Beth Justice, Jane Brassfield, Jeanne Riter, Pamela Wares, Susan Nickel, Kathy Dietz. A ,La .Le 22.4. if 7 :ff .,,, ff 'ff 7 .W . Ay ff! ' 7-f ' y ,I ff, WV ' .Qi f' 5 Q , A agp.-mn.. A V . ff Q, . " ai ' 4,J.,, ., W , P ,gf I , Row treas Blacl baser ' s lf. ,ly J' ak. ysical Jment Knox e im- re in Mis- Rec- entral Jlarch n As- ation. I Isley, s, Joan Kristi ninger, Stoffa, Jeanne My '---4' L - A. me G2 M. l 4- l , , 1 l Row l: Bill Stradt, presidentg Bill Sick, vice-president: Don Yager. sec.- David Bartlett, Linda Baker, Judy Stradt. Row 3: Stephen Rowe, Rodney treasurerg Michael Thornburg. Row 2: Mary Prewitt, William Matthew. Anderson, Mark Monti, Garfield Berendt, Hal Drake, Jim Cooper. Black Jack Rifle Club Sponsors Turkey Shoot Black Jack Rifle Club member plods home after a practice session in the basement of Brewer Hall. This year saw the formation of a new club on campusethe Black Jack Rifle Club. Although not a part of ROTC, it was sponsored by ROTC and given access to the rifle range in Nason Hall. Meetings were held every Wednesday, with membership open to anyone interested. In an effort to generate some revenue, Black .lack sponsored a turkey shoot in the winter: the response was quite successful and money was used to sponsor various club activities. Members also conducted a membership drive in a special effort to obtain more female members and they hope that more women join the club in the future. Other activities included planning a Coffee Houses in Panhellenic with amateur performers from the school: this would be open on week-ends with everyone welcome. 4- I I 139 - s 11 l 1 1 111 .1 ll 11 51,1 B1 11 1 11 111 1. 1: '11 1. 1,3 111' 1? 1'1 11- 1 . lj' 11 '11 1" 1. .11 K. 1 1 , 1 1 11 11 31 11 111 i'11 1511 1:1 1.11 1 11 1-1 11: 1.1 111 , , ff, 1, J .,., . 31 1 ,X 1 l, ' i1 1 li 11 1 1 11 1 1 i li 11 11 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 is 1 1 1 . i1 1 11 11 fx i f 51 2141 1 11 l 41 11, 11 111 1 1 1 1 , 1 140 1 f M. . 'fm-if 1f 1 1 f 1 1 . .Q .W , ff: '11 . 41" j 5' if ' ' 1 1 . 1 +1 1, Q, I 'QQ' I I KV f A L ' 5. f1'.1' f 31, ,1 - '1 1 M , Q f . ,. .-...,-, I Pantel, Don Hagan. Row 3: Terry Meek, Jim Cooper, Ronald Davis, Ed- ward Ball, Richard Brobst, Kent Nickerson, Dennis VanFleet. Row 4: Kenny Bounds, Rodger Sharpe, Mike Tebben, Louis Hamilton, William Brinkman, Robert Lewis. Seated: Robert Melson, presidentg Wanda Newland, secretary-treasurer: Carl Philips, vice president. Row I: LaVerne Bergmann, Barbara Court- ney, Ruth Jackson, Arlene McCollum, Kandace Thompson, Tom Burch. Row 2: Steve Horn, Gary Davolt, Mike Swindell, John Vandike, Jean Club Members Conduct Discussion With C.P.A. coming activities and fall and spring elections of new officers. Members also held their annual pool and ping- pong tournament in the Student Union Building During the Spring, members embarked upon their annual picnic. Membership is open to any accounting major or any student who has completed the course in intermediate accounting. Accounting Club members were honored this Fall with the visit of Larry Gipple, partner in a C.P.A. firm. Mr. Gipple had initially come on campus to interview prospec- tive employees for his firm, but he was persuaded to re- main until the regular meeting that night. The resulting discussion was a give-and-take session which was of in- terest to all. 1 Other activities included participation in the Home- Wi S provid get in a moi sales. in wl Seate llfltyf vis, Ed- low 4: Nilliam F new pins- ig the r any ediate - :haf Wives Participate in Campus Activities Student Wives. a newer organization on NMSC campus, provided a great opportunity for newly married wives to get involved in campus activities. Student Wives met twice a month to organize money making projects, such as bake J sales. This money was used to support various activities in which they participated. Among these activities were writing letters to the men in Viet Nam, entering a float in the Homecoming parade, a Christmas Party, and a Val- entine's Day Party. The ladies highlighted the year with a banquet held in May in honor of the married couples who would not be returning in Fall. V7 ul' va-my, 5 224 jg by fs r 'f , N-' 774-5071 W4 ,wer ,intl Seated: Mary Lou Tate, presidentg Jane Hartman. treasurer: Sandra Cranston seflretarv. UH0, Sherry Woods. Row 2: Valorie Steinbeck, Rene Houck. Mary Mitchell, Kathey Cooper., kk' Q 'www' Row l: Bette Tarrence, Joyce VanHouten, Cheryl Chiarot- liZf..'7' f 7""' M 141 142 if I 9' -1' Z 5x Y xr it ,f '25 ,f 1 Four members of Sigma Alpha Iota man their sign-up table at the "Ca- rousel of Clubs" in the Student Union Building Activities Room. Row l: Olinda Gastler, Mary Craig, Jo Waybill, Barbara Martin. Row 2: Cindi Clark, Elna Jones, Marvis Rhinehart, Pam Simpson. Row 3: Pam Alpha Iota Performs To Promote Music Education. The promotion ol music education is the major aim of Sigma Alpha Iota. A professional women's sorority, having received its college chapter only this year, Sigma Alpha Iota has served the college and the community through the fine arts department. Singing monthly at an area church was one of the so- rority's major activities this past winter, as well as en- tertaining at the old folks' homes and the diagnostic clinic. In its sponsoring of musicales Sigma Alpha Iota So- rority has provided NMSC with additional cultural and ed- ucational opportunities. Service to NMSC, in the form of the ushering of non-Lyceum music functions, has been a part of Sigma Alpha Iota Sorority. Gabler, Kathy Harris, Kathryn Lehnhoff, Betsy Grice. Row 4: Bebekah Jorgenson, Ellen Lavinder, Linda Evans, Sharon Copenhaver. g f, m f""' a 1'3" --1 I Weslt Cami grow Units Seater Boltz. Miller Lichtc M . N r? WW s .V ,Z ,W 541 Yy -vKf: f :,. ,,, ,C ,s s , fag- if ' A A 5 4 00 I Big V V X 52 1 , we s 1 136' S R l - ,:.-.- . ,-- -xn- ' X-iiivs 1 P aim ol' having Alpha igh the the so- as en- t clinic. nta So- tnd ed- orm of been a Bebekah 1 1 Wesley House Used For Under the direction of Dick Todd, campus minister, the Wesley Foundation is the United Methodist unit of the United Campus Ministry. The Foundation seeks to develop religious growth within the college campus. Although the Wesley Foundation is associated with the United Methodist Church, all its activities and programs Seated: Marilyn Eager, president: Charles Martin, vice president: Nancy BoltL, secretary-treasurerg Dick Todd, campus minister. Row l: Ruth Miller, Linda Okal, Pamela Fleisher, Marian Jones, Judith Smith, Joyce Lichte, Esther Haage. Row 2: Millard Thomas, Charles Battle, Michael 14, f Various Functions are open to all on the College campus. The Wesley House is used for a variety of meetings, ranging from impromptu gatherings to Sunday evening speakers and discussions. Service projects and social functions are carried out for both those inside and outside the campus community. Moehle, Shirley McAllister, David Crawford. Laura Todd, Beverly Dahms. Row 3: Barrett Jones, Susan Krieger, Ed Schieffer, Chuck Reighard, Dan Moore, Rick Barker, Janette Stoffa, Gary Chidester, Warren Livingston. W, gf I , 4 v vvlv 143 1.411 "Whois Who"Honors Go o Thirty-Five Seniors This year thirty-live seniors were picked by the lacul- ty to be honored by selection to Whos Who in Americrm Colleges and Um'vers1'11'e's. Selection was based on leader- ship, scholarship, and contribution to the college as judged by voting faculty members. To be selected for this honor, it was necessary to be recommended by members ol' the laculty and approved by the Student Senate. Alter this, the students' names were submitted to the laculty-at-large for a vote, and the seniors receiving the most votes were named to Who 'S Who. Karen Arico Cathy Brennecke ff ff -f fl , ' I . as t ty f C W 10 7 Vs 6 . ass, Z ' Vt ' SZ 4 P i QW 14 ,ff Q 1 ff MA C, , Gi ,gf 55, m f -fig ' 1 .. f . ,wwf f vm Q yesfff. . ' fp s. ,iwsswsf it qi f f 3 sr f yrs V. f. Q, V1 . -9 ff W ' f V' :X 1,-V550 X' 7 - Marie " ,p H 41 f , s 1 SM ' MM f -sw V ' A gf' gsm -1 ,, ,fn ss My Q, v i as ,I V ,LL ' s as as M Q , A 'S 'f Q' f s Riff' B Q 35 ff isa.. Wx' 7' ff lj fl, 0" t Sfff fl 'E vrgfgirgfg-,, ,.7 . yy 4550, fr 4 1 Q fl MQ f 4 , r if -f - f f ff + gf 5- A lx. , , V ff sf 1 -. 4' Kffrfrl fm, deff 9 f ,QW iffy I i ff :ggi ff 4 11,15 1 f X Njfvwfz ,gf Z-V C ff fe 4 T77 f fu, f 7? 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'll ill: ' Lal gl r i? ll gi l i llf 'i 4' l ' ll rl r if lt it dia It i, l' 1 Lf i i l l l -r i l I f i l ff I :H 15-41 Panhcllenic Council Composed of representatives from six sororitics, the Panhel- lenic Council supervised and coordinated sorority activities on cam- pus. As their first major activity of the year. the Council sponsored the Panhellenic Tea which opened formal rush activities. Throughout the year the Council worked with the Panhellenic Dormitory adjustments. Other duties included the revising of the Panhellenic Handbook and rush rules. Spring activities included participation in the Interfraternity Council's Leadership and Development Conference, and also in Greek Week activities. The year's schedule closed with the annual Pan- hellenic Banquet and presentation of the scholarship cup. and the election of a "Miss Congeniality" from each sorority. nal all At the Panhellenic banquet held in early spring, Ann Leone, Mary Harrington, and Lisa Nagle talk over their cups of coffee. Seated: Janey Mathis, presidentg .Janice Spencer, vice-presidentg Phyllis Powell. Row 2: Liz Fedak, Shirley Hopmann, Janice Rusk, Mary Jane Scott, secretary. Row l: Mindy Babbitt, Joyce Lichte, Debra Davis, Cathy Wade. Row 3: Debbie Wood, Janette Stoffa, Sharon Copenhaver. 'fn YASA' VW? my . ? f f f ? Row Baker treast Ed L day a ,pu- CW? . M P man, f-W iw Leone, coffee. y Jane fs iavvwli 575 425 Row l: Wally Walz, president: Terry Laux. first vice presidentg ,lim Jon Obermann. Row 3: Roger Hoover, .lim Evans, Dennis Cockshoot. .lim Baker, second vice president: Bill Holman, secretary: Steve Lorenz, DeFabo. Paul Ayres. Row 4: Bruce Short, Johnnie Wood, Larry Weede, treasurer. Row 2: Ed Loman. Bob Toole, Rich Canady, Roger Imhof, Dan Spies, Larry Huggins. Ed Loman and Paul Lesser puzzle over a problem at a Thurs- day afternoon I.F.C. meeting. ,ana In terfra ternity Council Composed of representatives from each of the fraternities on campus, l.F.C. took strong strides toward unification of not only the fraternities, but of all Greeks. In addition to the traditional gov- erning and conducting fraternity rush, they sponsored an l.F.C. leadership and development conference. Representatives from all Greek organizations attended. An l.F.C. Service Award was initiated for the most public ser- vice for campus and community was awarded to Alpha Kappa Lambda. Other service projects included a Greek Dance and Greek Week. co-sponsored with the Panhellenic Council in the Spring. Three new colonies were established- Pi Kappa Phi. Omega Psi Phi. and Alpha PhiAlpha. 4 155 156 All it takes is a little Tri ingenuity as Shuron Orf does her bit for Mardi Sig Taus: Drennon Cloyd. Ric Constance, and Larry Whitham use plenty of Gras in the hull of Punhellenic. TLC on the finishing touches of their new chapter room. Tri Si TKE's pull together through the mud hole ut un intramural tug-o-war contest. The 1 N Q their Z ' 7 ,lag f - ff X I V ee f S f S X 4 xxx il K I S t Gi ,rx enty of in il, Q aat Tri Sigmas band together for the moral courage to face another Missouri Hall meal. The men of Phi Sigma Epsilon mark another Bulldog touchdown by shooting their Gamma gun. 1: -- ' -any QM w ,ra ,, , f f .. t..fz',c 41 gf f f 'H f if 4 ,f 1' 1, 7' w f , WW f , , ' X , 1,41 4 ff, ,fywalik .iff ,bf Y W ,f X I QW, , WM f .lfykw X V7 1 , f f 'f W " fa ff if ,140 ff W w f , w.Q:4'v " Q gf , V, 7 w f V, W , f ,L Z f f 0 X , fiyftf of If V wi! ' ' J M. QV X.. 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Jim' I , WN if fe Q, .Q- , , 1..+,'nf,t ,e - W Wig ,Q , , , W' tif .2 ' f-ww A ff? "fp ' fist f . ff ww W QA? 1 -'yin . WJ ff fre", . W, M ,sl , f '2fmg,Eg.f,,ff'?fQ -fs . as f I . W...-4 "' A. 5 -Greek dance sponsored by Interfraternity Council. Oops the camera catches Delta Sigma Theta. ening from a cat nap after long hours of study. I mm 7 'nw-W Greta Harris, awak- rr 1 3 v X, ,fa fi 'ff , I ,. f The AI Frankl Greek -rinse 1 1, 1 , awak- ex XX i Af' rif-4 The Alpha Sigma Tau float, "Wart-Off the Indians" proceeds down Franklin Street in the homecoming parade. .serif SW Q gmt, iii is get f 5 if - QW In front of the Panhellenic Dorm, Jill Riney, Alpha Sigma Alpha, and Ron Ferrell. TKE, talk over the events of the previous week-end. Greeks from the various sororities and fraternities pose in front of a local clothing store for an ad. 159 Q . e,,, f Q K, ,f off l 4' I fo X Panhellemc Presldenl Janey Mathis, yells out the name: l C' d' H'll h " f . Mary Harrlnelon and Darla Henderson as they prepare to announce their the annual ycllvin held at Kirk lvl This is emorial in the lall after formal rush, Z l968. natior ern rc librar screer and L social the T as ex wome Greta 4 V aj . 2 AQ A 'H 'ei' 1: My tis 'J 93 fvxi W 3, A Z, Q - ,, , ,., .,..,. ,Z ... ,..,,... . ..,..r,,,,..,,w ..:'.,:...- J-u,JpJ,1,f.l 1-':'-':-- 0 1. -1-' f--,,+..1.:,,.-.n.- -,1--+---L -1 er- -faw----+mfw,-n fa-'fu-1 uf, -4-,-Y:-A:1-f-,-.f-A--v'--r - H f A fy - A- -Q-sl 45, "inn . W. pa. This is rmal rush. Delta Sigma Theta Zeta Zeta Chapter was founded on the campus in May, I968, with its primary emphasis on service. Through the national program, they supported bookmobiles in the south- ern regions, donated books tespecially on black historyl to libraries, contributed to mental health organizations, screened and recruited girls for Job Corps and Peace Corps and teenage boys and girls on cultural trips. The sorority's social action and scholarship programs and two projectsl the Teen Lift and the Christmas parties, are also included as examples of the pioneering effort which identifies Delta women as leaders in community service across the nation. Service projects which Zeta Zeta Chapter sponsored on campus this year included a Christmas program for the 'children at the Diagnostic Clinic and the collection of can goods for needy families. Annual events include a Christmas dance, Jack-of-Hearts dance, an anniversary banquet, and Founders Day banquet. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, was founded in l9l3 at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Today, there are over 50,000 members, and more than 300 chapters in 40 states and the Republics of Haiti and Liberia. Greta Harris, Jan Weaver, .lune Johnson, and Willette Jackson, and Carol Smith gather round the Panhellcnic Scholarship Cup they won last spring. ,. I 1' 2 I t . its is V31 fi 'fl 1 F' 1 ef-jigs Q 1 ga.. M Qu ,4.q-was -Mews A, -ff " V . ,. Y ' if f j Q. 'i if 4 j ll ug. 16 s l i v l l l l l l l I l l v l lll' . Il l l lll E x i l l l l I l l l l l l l 4 l l 1 l l I l .l f M 2 44 Wf 4 1, l V? 7,35 G H' 45" ., . 93 si 1 fl ff 'Oli v l ff ,H fins l Jw ' Wx 52 r ', ,QA i Alphas Cindy Reynolds, Jill Riney, Kay Oberman, Sharon Norris, Linda Ellis, and Brenda Brosi sing a valentine to some lucky person. X i 1 4 v 4 'wliv f f Officers President-Cathy Powell Vice President-Jackie Gill Recording Secretary-Palsy Redden Corresponding Secretary-Sherry Epperson Treasurer-Pat Goeke I warn' and ll resen Alla: and Treal mam wom Holt , MN-fw ff' f ' ,Mk ,, ,f ff, ,y l f f v O K, ' , gf ,Of A 1 'H ' mm' f W4--4,-5, , ff ,W , , MW f ff 1 4 X rf l ' if ?3 i7' Wi 'ff,v9iflf2' V, , " ', f We L , ,f f 5 ff ,X If QQQTV i l f l G as iperson Alpha Sigma Alpha Eager for another eventful year, Alpha Sigma Alpha warmly welcomed two new sponsors, Mrs. Betty Cochran and Mrs. Eugenia Roberts. Marcia Mossbarger. an NMSC graduate. proudly rep- resented Missouri in the "Miss America" pageant in Atlantic City. Alphas also took an active part in student government and sports. Carol Holtkamp was elected Student Senate Treasurer: Janey Mathis, Senior Councilwoman: Kay Ober- mann, Senior Secretary: and Pat Goeke, Junior Council- woman. Backing the Bulldogs were cheerleaders Carol Holtkamp and Esther Skinner. Mrs. Sarah Wimp Peavler, former Alpha sponsor, was honored ,for giving twelve years of service at the annual Founder's Day banquet in November. Rush began with several informal get-togethers and then the traditional "Alpha Trax" party was given. The formal party NASA Showboat" was followed by the signing of fifteen pledges. Chosen to Who's Who were Kathy Bagley and Cathy Powell. Cardinal Key initiates were Kathy Harris, Cathy Powell, and Barb Wedde. Jane Craft was selected as an Echo finalist. Alpha Sigs pursued their interest in their philanthropic projects by working with the Campus Volunteers on several community projects. Left to Right Mrs. Eugenia Roberts Kay Oberman Jill Riney Sherry Epperson Paula Pickett Lee Ann Broyles Elaine Norman Darlene Benskin JoEllen Boecklman Debbie Deason Terri Collier Brenda Brosi Jane Gevecker Ann Sanders Diana Ponder Pat Goeke Jackie Gill Cathy Powell Patsy Redden Ruth Gabel Sharon Copenhaver Judy Motter Kathy Harris Debbie Stark Betty Roderick Anne Wilson Cindy Reynolds Shirlene Foster Carolyn Smith Janie Mathis Mrs. Betty Cochran Esther Skinner Linda Anderson Carol Timmerman Jean Abernathy 163 Alpha Sigma Tau Alpha Tau's "Tau-Hiti" was the theme of their annual Yellow Rose Formal. A South Pacific atmosphere and lei greeting welcomed collegiates and returning alumnae. After peering through the looking glass at the "Mad- hatter's Ball," rushees found themselves "Wishing" at the formal rush party. At the climax of rush season seven cocds found that their wishes came true. Homecoming brought the toads to life. The Bulldogs proved once again that they could "Wart Gff the Indians." Alpha Sigma sponsored Mary Stout for homecoming queen. A tea was held following the game for visiting alumnae. Row l left to right Joyce Lichte Diane Newquist Georgia Voehl Kathy Dahms Patricia Snapp Paula Caldwell Mary Wilson Cheryl Martin Row 2 Peggy Fussell Phyllis Scott Cathy Barker Michele Krink Jacqueline Coffey Mara Moran Linda Spawn Connie Williams Row 3 Michelle Brodeen Bev Dahms Lynn Reifert Janette Stoffa Glenda Clyde Mary Stout Mary Kay Ellerbrock Roseann Giametta Fall found two Alpha Sigma sisters. Phyllis Scott and Janette Stoffa elected to Who's Who. Cardinal Key accepted Phyllis Scott and Joyce Lichte for membership with Phyllis becoming the newly elected president for the year 70-71, Michelle Krink was sponsored as our candidate for North- east Missouri Fair Queen. Echo queen candidates for this year are Roseann Giammetta. Michelle Krink. Cheryl Martin, Patricia Snapp, and Georgia Voehl. Alpha Sigma chapter welcomed as assistant sponsor Miss Donna Nelms to share in the sisterhood of Alpha Sigma Tau. t L . If eott and aeeepted 1 Phyllis r 70-7I. ' North- l'or this Cheryl sponsor a Sigma Ollieers President-Janette Stolla Viee President-Linda Spam n Corresponding Seeretary-Mary Stout Recording Secretary-Joyce Liehte Treasurer-Jacqueline Colley Alpha Sigma Taus and their dates prepare for a rough and tumble night of roller skating at Leo's Roller Rink z 5 1, 74 2 it 4 4 our ww .- S1 1155 ,f , ,K K VWA. I WWWSW 110164 W 11 1 1!M 40W 71 1 1 ff! 11 1 11 1 11,1 Wy Q ix X iff! 6 ,0111 1X1 Xe s M M! y W1 iw 1 6101 A4 jf XV! ,1 11 , fff , .-fy I fl, V- i if - , I Q www 4w Zi W 1 ' X' f 11115 New 1 as V gi X A 5 X ., 4 ,Q 5 1 Z W Z1 SY , 'wf 54 Q1 M w 'f-1fYv Q? SWXX X 1 Q N1 M N : ff G23 1, : z f- J xi x .. WWS 1, Q sffszx X ,V Aww 27 XX ff . X k 1. xx- 'ln iw, M ,, .Zn 1 , 0 W L. 91 .Y , in fne rista Miller forness Delta Zeta The Delta Zetas returned to campus to move into a newly furnished chapter room displaying several silver awards from the national convention. Delta Sigma chapter spent a busy year in a variety of activities social. schol lastic. and philanthropic. The year began with rush season, featuring the traditional "Under the Big Top" and "Rose Garden" parties. After pledging thirteen co-eds to the sisterhood. the sorority successfully campaigned for Mary Eads who was selected homecoming attendant. The Home- coming float this year was "Bulldog Revival." Delta Zeta's honored Mr. Dan Wood as Dad ofthe Year. Susie Dean represented Delta Zeta in the Nation Cotton Maid Contest. Becky Yates and Debby Wood were selected to Who's Who. Delta Zeta participated in the Blue Key Cam- pus Bowl' again this year. Delta Zeta's philanthrophy projects included: work with the Campus Volunteers, collection of canned goods for Thanksgiving. the Easter Seals Drive, and a presidental kid- nap for food for the holidays. Besides awarding the Lucy Simmons Scholarship. Delta Sigma chapter sponsored a Carville patient. This year Delta Zeta also added an hon- orary little sis to their numbers. The sorority attended several mixers with the college fraternities and the Osteopathic fraternities. The Mother's Day Tea and the Spring Formal completed the year's social calendar. Actives left to right row l Debby Wood Terry Todsen Marilyn Kurz Wendy Schnelle Debby Wilson Holly Gardner row 2 Mary Eads Jane Biggerstaff Phyllis Schoonover Leslie Snellgrove Mindy Babbitt row 3 Dr. Ruth Towne Kathy Forness Marie Eckhardt Rhonda Shearl Sherry Bertelsen Lorraine Heddleston JoAnn Eastman Debbie Wisdom Debbie Davis Suzic Dean Pledges left to right row l Marilyn Davis Sharon Smith Debbie Davis row 2 Renee Wilken Becky Blanchard Karen Porter Jean Kur.4 row 3 Jane Walsh Linda Tiller Nancy Charbonneaux Mary Deiling Liza HintL .lean Steck 167 168 Sigma Kappa Sigma Kappa began her eleventh year on the Northeast Missouri State College campus with newly elected officers: President-Janice Rusk. lst Vice President-Elizabeth Fedak. 2nd Vice President-Shelley Swofford, Secretary-Rita Rhoades. and Treasurer-Celeste Knierim with Mrs. Howard Terry acting as sponsor. Sigma Kappa had representatives elected to Student Senate and various class officers. Rush season opened with the Panhellenic tea, picnics, informal parties. the Roaring 20's party, and the traditional Pearl Party. and reached its climax at the yell-in after 24 co-eds pledged Sig Kap. Sigma Kappa was represented by candidates for North- east Missouri State Fair queen, Greek Week queen, and Echo queen. Shelley Swofford represented Sigma Kappa as candidate for the Homecoming queen and the Sig Kap float took first place in the beauty division. Cathy Brennecke and Row l Cec Beets Jennifer Sawyer Johnita Bue Pam Wares Pam Plume Kathy Dolan Patti Bowlin Karen Lake Janice Rusk Kathy Ifland Diane Swisher Janice Widger Connie Carr Kathy Isley Row Z Shelley Swofford Sharon Francis Barb Jenisch Paula McClanahan Stephanie Gray Pat Clark Cindy Hall Ann Walters Sandy Niester Sue Burger Jane Daggett - Row 3 Celeste Knierim Liz Fedak Jennie Bentley Garnite Woodward Connie O'Dear Patty Stiles Jo Goldman Row 4 Debbie Humphrey Jackie Jones Darla Henderson Judi Schaffer Rita Rhoades Cindy James Juanita Haln Karry Koenig Mary Ellen Roth Edie Grieshaber Penny Leathers Row 5 Kathy Elzig Robin Mika Brenda Beaty Brenda Steinhoff Linda Hartley Becky Squires Gail Echele Sherry Swanson Aw Edie Giieshaber were selected for Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities. Cathy Brennecke and Nancy Per- erson were chosen to become members of Cardinal Key, Janice Rusk and Shelley Swofford represented the Delta Theta chapter at Sigma Kappa's national convention held in Sarasota, Florida in June. This year's social events included attendance at smok- ers and mixers, pumpkin caroling. Christmas caroling, and the annual spring formal. Sigma Kappas also entertained their mothers at a luncheon. a banquet. and group attend- ance at Church during Mother-Daughter weekend. To balance a busy social year, Sigma Kappa also con- tributed to various philanthropic projects including donations to the Marine Sea Coast Mission and the making of tray favors for two of the nursing homes at Thanksgiving. Us 5, . , ., 1 5 " P .U fy, 51 f, fy ,f -ww ff.: , , 'n 5,41 4 X ,AW 7, f f ,f LW 7 fm, ...nd I - fiifff 4 , ,,. fa ff! HM i. My S f .mt . , .A I .QQ V 1 L3 to Nl A iwqfl una 4 0 W f 0-Q M f f V f AZ f cv i if 6, ,,,,f W , ,C 1 f ,ky y Z! if I Z G ' aw A , j 4s X 12 4 , 1 7' f ,W ' 'rf :fi ff 452 4: 'L ffwhj, ,Jw . ,V X, Z1 'f Mifff f 4 i' f, l wi Sigma Sigma Sigma Tri Sigma began a busy and fun-filled year with mem- bers active in all facets of campus activities. Brooke Wil- liams served as President of the Student Senate. Tanya Parnell was a member of the Student Senate and Roni Ful- bright was the junior class treasurer. Linda Cagle and Jan lobusch served the school as Bulldog cheerleaders with Linda being captain. h Six members were elected to Who's Who: Karen Arico. Linda Cagle, Jeanne Sparlin, Becky Inlow, Brooke Williams. and Karen Yackley. Five Tri Sigmas were elected to Cardinal Key with Carol Sees serving as Vice President. Sigmas were treasurer of Alpha Phi Sigma and secretary and treasurer of the Student Union Board. Five members represented Tri Sigma in the newly formed Touch Down a .. f Mah 4' xx MW girls. Sigmas were president and treasurer of K-Dettes and had three other members marching in their ranks. In four weeks of rush, Tris filled their limitation with 24 pledges. Social events for the year included a Sigma Stable Stomp. Christmas party, Big Sis - Little Sis Weekend, an informal Spring party, and the Spring Formal. Sigma Sigma Sigma's candidate for Homecoming queen was Tanya Parnell. Also for Homecoming. Tris won the first trophy given for off campus house decorations. Maradell England. Mary Kauffman, and Nancy Schriefer were chosen among the five Echo finalists. Margie Roderick was Mardi Gras queen. Brooke Williams was the chapter's candidate for Maid of Cotton and Debbie Cory was a finalist in the Missouri Ski Queen contest. Actives Pledges front row left to right Sharon Orf row l Carol Sees Sharon Riley Karen Yackley Connie Frederick Rhea Werts Kathy Bama Joan Fromme Sue Burkemper row 2 Mary Jane Wade Pat Murphy Mrs. Naomi Roberts Shirley Hopman Ann Umbarger Roni Fulbright Karen Elliott Jo Ann Bartlett Sue Strah Martha Lott Sue Tapy Dianne Gordy row 3 Becky Stelpflug Barb Courtney Brenda Rodman row 4 Ann Leone Tina Cullen Margie Roderick Nancy Schriefer Tanya Parnell Janie Windler Carolyn Wildman Mary Harrington row 2 Carol Elliott Sue Owensby Karen Hobbs Theresa Fleming Jan Jobusch row 3 Peggy Shelledy Linda Elmore Cindy Toebe Denise Blue Irene Whitham row 4 Peg Force Kathy Lawton Lisa Nagle Rosemary Schultz Jan McNally Maradell England 171 172 Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Kappa Lambda was very proud this year in being the first recipient of two new campus awards: the Out- standing Campus Volunteers Award and the lnterfraternity Council Community Service Award. A lot of their volunteer and service work was in cooperation with the Campus Vol- unteers organization. AKL's went from last place in campus intramurals during spring to third place in the fallma soaring record they are proud of. Ken Koehn won the spring marathon and Ron Felta and Bob Bohrer won the double horseshoes championship. Row l Row 3 Del Bundy Roger Hartman Rick Wilson John Dean Mike Mulstay Bill Evans Mike Peterson Bob Toole Bruce Shefferman Rich Curio .lim Cain Ed Horack Chris Lanham Row 2 Ed Loman Paul Webb Greg Tracy Carl Chayer .lim Hevence Frank Buell Bruce Short Doug LeFebvre Mike Wolferan Vern Hanus Rich Canady Denny Loftus Don Griffin Row 4 Greg Ruth Craig Lauser Wayne Koehn Doug Gebelein Ken Koehn Pat Botticelli .Ian Baczack Dan Schmucker Row 5 Dan Spies Mark Burgason Lee Rogers Joe Matarrazzo Thanks to generous donations from alumnae. actives, and friends. AKL was able to go ahead with futher ren- ovations on their new house. Among improvements were new carpeting. paneling. and ceilings. The little sister programs started this past year brought the AKLs great help and support in all our projects, such as smokers. They sponsored bake sales. held a break- fast for all members. and bought new drapes for the house. Officer: Preside Vice Pr Corresl Record Treasu Z l 4 U '41 A, X I X A 12" in-ag., L Q , ,W M Q' 'qv 1 4 -we x ' lf.: I " I A M ' an A4 'A M 6 Lg, f ,yj 4 ,, M ff W . WN f W 'vm 41 1 N -4 y s S -E 'S Q ': - Q I 1 1 a I I x I 4 an We .. f'1 .. '4 5 11 Aa v. m , 'i M4 f ,b I I , ' 8 ,4 I fl in I K ! . I ,,,,,-- ,, , I . -4,,,:E?-4 Phi Kappa Theta The men of Nlu Sigma Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta com- pleted another successful year. The Phi Kaps were active in various aspects of campus life. Two bothers. Nlick West and Larry Weede. served their :ellow students as members of the Student Senate. Kent Harshbarger was selected to Who's Who and Jim Baker served as second vice president of Interfraternity' Council. The Phi Kaps won the l9TO Blue Key Campus Bowl. Nlembers of the team were Kent Harshbarger. Xlike Pryor. Dwight Cook and John Koenig. Brothers Koenig and Cook were selected to the Campus Bowl All-Star team for their cf? s., -fix outstanding performance. The men of Phi Kappa Theta were also active in the intramural program. The highlight in intramurals for the Phi Kaps was capturing the All-School Heavy -weight Tug of War championship. Nliss Karen House was selected by the chapter as their 1970 Sweetheart. She was crowned at the annual Crimson Rose Formal. Earlier in the same evening. Nlr. Eugene Croarkin. chapter sponsor was awarded the Nlu Sigma Man of the Year Award for his outstanding service to the chapter during the year. Row' l Bill Burke Mike Stein Steve Vaughn Jim Baker John Rottman Wally Finch Kerry Stray hall Rick Nelson John Koenig Doug Busch Bob Whittaker Row 2 Tom Stanek Woody Glascock Frank Roseberry Harry Smith Mike Spinelli David Comegys Slick Seits Darrell Hanslow Row 3 Mike By rn Marvin Nloots Ken Buttgen Rick Elkin Bill Cvottman Row 4 Bob Bates Steve Lee Dan Nliller Wayne McCollum Nlike Williams Tom Hilbert Roger Hoover Dan Woodcock Larry Weede Row 5 Henry Kroll Al Cviltner FritL Timbleburg Nlark Freedman Jim Housel Mark Diamond Fred Morrow Nlick West Rick Lawrence Ron Buswell 175 176 Phi Lambda Chi During 1970-71, the men of Lambda Chapter have worked together in strengthening and unifying our chapter and the Greek system of which it is a part. The men of Lambda Chapter began the school year with an all school dance and a car wash. More dances were held various other money making schemes were tried. Lambda's Homecoming float entry-'1We smell a Vic- tory", won first prize in the spirit division. The big move this year by Lambda Chapter was into our new house which is located at 215 North Mulanix. A Kneeling Dale Weatherford Marc Jefferson Daryl Gerken Dave Grieshaber John Wood Jim Farmer Steve Lorenz Larry Huggins Row 2 Terry Wendt Lowell Seaman Carl Ritz Paul Garnett Bill Ronnecker Roger Milo Phil Duncan Don Yaeger Dick Middleton Larry Kersten Row 3 M r. David Nichols Ted Baker Mike Ayres Bob Fink Steve Clem Dennis Martin Cyril Ritter Mark Beam Mike Thorton Randy Powell Row 4 Steve Harkema Terry Dyskarta Dave Gould Dennis Garrett Dave Shelledy Gary Rahe Bob Basutin Steve Swan Glenn Wombell ROW 5 Jack Davis Phil Lamb .lohn May Rich Riegel Al Herrman Steve Lahay Jim Slayton Bill Ward two story brick dwelling, its history dates back to 1890, was one of the first mansions constructed in the Kirksville area. A year round renovation projects is currently under way. Mixers with sororities were held and the Spring For- mal is on its way to being one of our most beautiful ones, Under the able guidance of our sponsor, Mr. William Murphy and newly acquired assistant sponsor, Mr. David Nichols, the Phi Lambs have continued to prosper fraternally. ' A x. ,W I 5 ' ' if ' . 4 " . if 4i313+I'J". P , 17155127 qc? if if +l1Q.'Y'-1 AL zgfgiif :'iQ"ffis - ,aww 4 ff' yi-PM S -5 is -A lg 1 K, I - x "v" .f Eiif Y ' ,,'r,-,- ' ' .asf--1 Wi ,f 'fiijggg 9 T5 7 y ff? X 1 4 L:-374 ,f 1 Q Q nf MN A K ww Q f -of .-ff ff T Q C . ff! ,f. 1 1 . , ,f -V Q11 ' N 3' X ff I L ,V --:fave-V 1, 'M s.4"Nms"",,,. A Z Z Z R 2141 Q , .,fJj., , tip me 'J . u.. v'- .,.. 9 -, x.. 1 S FL I -1 . Q-W - f , ,gnw Q an "KES ' . Eriug 3 'f-I 5. , .-,rm 5..1-..'- ',Zf"k- . 5 .V x xk v Mu 4 gh 4 NWW1 Q ,WV i f x 0? f fywfi fwjf 1 V f rswfwf M .pf My fi X ,W lk. A 1 K . .rr . - - 3 , ,. :N A X ' .'." -- ' A 5 -7125-, 5 ' ' 2 3 mg I ,. -1.5-if: , ' Q va, ' q f 0 L ' ' Vw ff ' 'S e. no VCI' Phi Sigma Epsilon Gamma chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon began the l970- 'l school year by being awarded the "Best Undergraduate Newsletter" for the second consecutive year. The award uas received at the National Conclave held this summer at Xlinneapolis, Minnesota. ln its strive for leadership. Gamma placed several of its members in responsible positions in campus activities. Three members were elected to the Student Senate as coun- cilmeni Bill Homan as all-school councilman, Jim Evans as Junior class councilman. and Deon Johanning as Sopho- more councilman. Greg Skinner was president of the Varsity Club, and Ken Bebermeyer was elected as tri-captain of the MIAA co-champion football team. Gamma men not only contributed leadership and assist- ance to the college campus, but rendered their services to the Kirksville community by participating in such activities as collecting for the United Fund and March of Dimes. Phi Sigs also participated in a "fun weekend" for underpriv- ileged area children and rang bells for the Salvation Army during the Christmas season. Faring well in varsity sports as usual Gamma chapter was represented by having nine players on the varsity foot- ball team, six varsity wrestlers, four basketball players, three members on the baseball team. and one varsity tennis player. Ken Bebermeyer was selected to All-American Honor- able Mention in small college football to go along with his first team All-MIAA honors. This was the third time Ken has been' named to first team all-conference at defensive end. Greg Skinner made second team All-MIAA at defensive for the second time. Terry Taylor won his singles match at the MIAA conference tennis meet as NMSC's number one man. Ken Bebermeyer and Terry Taylor were selected to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. , The men of Gamma chapter expect to display the All- Sports trophy in the fraternity house once again as they won first and second place not only in badminton doubles but in tug-of-war as well. The Phi Sigs took second place in fleet- ball and third in volleyball. With what appears to be a very strong basketball team a high placing is also expected in the sport to add to the now substantial lead in the All-Sports race. . All in all, Gamma exemplified the high ideals that are commensurate with Phi Sigs throughout the country. Row l Ronnie Mack Ray Robinson Don Sherer John Obermah Row 4 Warren Lantz Charlie Guzman Sterck Barnes Gary Shields Jay Gaseman Lu Bennett Row 2 Deon Johanning Chick Waddell Jim Evans Barry Kraus Bill Homan Jody Evans Bill Busch l Richard Foglesong Row 5 Bob Bilder Randy Shahan Merl Rosenthal Ken Powers Row 3 Ken Bebermeyer John Luhn Greg Skinner ll Steve Kolb Howard McCanty Kevin Miller Jim DeFebo Ted Wilson Bob Gorznski i i l 179 180 Sigma Tau Gamma Sigma Tau Gamma continued to lead the campus in several areas. Beta men won the Presidential Scholarship cup for the highest grade point average among fraternities with an overall 2.67 average. They also won the intramural All-Sports Championship trophy for the second consecutive year. The men of Beta chapter began their bid for a third straight title by winning both the singles and doubles titles in the All-Sports division in tennis and a league champion- ship in fleetball. Seated Drennan Cloyd Denny Cockshoot Standing Chet Robbins Steve Johnson Dan Klein Lloyd Cleaver Gary Fort Gerry Carmady Mike Steinman Nick Francis Kevin Imhof John Eads Bill Daniels Ron Pipes .lohn Grossnickle Charlie Bethards Gary Osbourne John Godlove J. J. Earlbacher Mark Ruggeburg Mike Burton Len Sullivan Randy Dawson Tony Holman Jay Crump Bob Groff Denny Augustine In window Mike Bond Ric Constance Roof seated Larry Whitham Randy Ward Curt Stude Roof standing Bob Miller Bob Molina Jim White Sig Taus held several key campus positions with Ric Constance, Student Union Board Presidentg Dan Klein. Alpha Phi Omega Presidentg and Stan Johnston, Index Editor and Chet Robbins. Index Business Manager. Beta men participated in varsity football, wrestling, and baseball. Seven Sig Taus helped Kirksville gain the MIAA Indoor track title and a second place trophy in the outdoor meet. Q , QP ,Q ,W 'f , , wa, 'Vw Z9 qmvg W ,f, 1-f W ,,, b , ' ia. , 14, ' 73 fun 'A s lf!-'x ? yi 'rv who W iw " Va . .,...M,,,f,, 4 Q fb, xy GX -1 aww ,V f fig W , yd , f .Ifl 1 :xg 'M Q , , V. 4 ,,.,,wAaf,.7.p .W lx ' V fl .,,,?,,,4,5,,,, 1, 1 . E 4 Z ., -m.4Mmr1fww ,L I ? Q f , 4 'vfv R753 2 ,f p f ' . 374 f 1,5 .I I K4 A, , f Q . 5 Uv! , f ff , -24 5 we ' J' ,K ,.q .ff .. ' Tau Kappa Epsilon The men of Iota Gamma came back this fall with spirits higher than ever as they actively participated in intramurals and remodeled the exterior and interior ol' the TKE house. Alumni weekend and homecoming were a gigantic suc- cess. The TEKEs were in charge of pre-game ceremonies and took home two float trophies for Spirit and Best Overall float. An alumni banquet was held and townsperson, William Baiotto was awarded a plaque for his outstanding loyalty and service to Tau Kappa Epsilon. The TEKEs held a successful food drive at Thanksgiving with Delta Zeta sorority and held a Christmas party at the house with the Campus Volunteers for some of the children in the area. Fall rush was successful as thirty four men pledged and all entered into the bond for life. Mixers were held with Alpha Sigma Alpha, Delta Zeta. Sigma Kappa, and Sigma Sigma Sigma. The pledges took the Sigma Sigma Sigma pledges with them for a week-end at Pittsburg, Kansas. TEKEs were active in many campus organizations and displayed leadership in many offices: Dave Lindley was Vice President ol' the Student Senate, Terry Laux was Pres- ident of the Student Review Board, and Vice President of IFC. while Charles Stewart was President of the Senior Class, and James Compton was Vice President of the Cam- pus Volunteers. As of this writing, the TEKEs are anxiously awaiting their Spring Formal and looking forward to next fall hoping it will be successful for them as well as all of the students ol'NMSC. row l Nick Alteri Steve Taylor Childe Life Bob Geyer Al Genteman Dave Lindley Mike Proffitt Terry Laux Craig Weideman Steve Trumbo Larry Taylor John Bartow Dan Bevins row 2 Dan Hupfer Roger Williams Dean Matsen Don Lorenzon row 3 Tom Morrison Dan Zajichek Doug Elder Dana Riney Jim Boswell Joe Dunning Tom Price Mike Lewis Bob Melson row 4 Ron Ferrell Norm Hinman Jim Evans Rick Daniels Tony Pfieler Howard Dusek Ed Adam Jim Albus Craig Derby Jim Compton Mark McVay row 5 Wayne Carroll Mick Johnson Scott Whannel Russ Phillips Mike McDonnald Bruce Tiller John Perry Jim Snyder Steve Mincks row 6 Ray Porter Randy Loun Bob Benningfield Lynn Zechman Bob Storm Cam Ochiltree Tim Proffitt Gale Johnson Rich Ballard Mike Mennen row 7 Paul Lesser Jim Hartpence Mike Messmer Ron Jones Gary Wamhoff Steve McDannold 183 i 1431 Vi '31 .WWW ' . ' ' , ' '7.'3f?7?1ii"wfJ'h1,-,ff:,, 'j - , f ' .y k , , ,,w'., , . ? mn: A THLETICS 185 186 I 1 l97O Co-Champs: First row left to right: Dennis Augustine, Bob Hepker, Bill Dennis, Gary Lacey, Steve Jurkins, Aubrey Johnson, Ken Beber- meyer, Charles Blakely, Jeff Koroknay, David Cranston, Charles Brown, Greg Skinner, Don Cummings, and Mike Berentes. Row 2: Randy Dawson, Ken Powers, Greg Erson, Bart Crawford, Joel Cockeley, Lou Bennett, John Bickers, Jim Holmes, Craig O'Sadnick, Pete Robertson, Lenvil Elliott, and Al Fulton. Row 3: Randy Ball, Dale Gildehaus, Steve Franklin. Gary Whiteside, Deon Johanning, Tom Belew, Bob Gibson, Kevin Miller, Mike Dahlberg, Marvin Robinson, Tom Geredine, and Mike Scott. Row 4: Dennis Baldwin, Pete Poor, Dave Waterkotte, Rich Barnes, Tom Moore- head, Randy Groth, Kent Sincox, Dennis Bachman, Michael McClintock, Jim Gephardt, Frank Graff, and Rodney Noel. Row 5: Steve Teter, Tom Bulldogs Repeat As Co The "Purple Pride" again destroyed the poll takers statistics as the fourth seeded Bulldogs repeated as co- champs of the MIAA with a 5-l conference ledger. The Purple and White eleven stymied co-champion Central Mis- souri State, 28-2l, ruining the Mules homecoming and na- tional ranking for the season's highlight. Statistics played a large part in the champions repeating history as the "Bulldog Power" rolled up 239 points while the stingy purple defense held the opponents to 169. Kirks- ville amassed a total of 3,4l2 yards in comparison to their foes 2,339. The passing attack gained the Dogs 2,264 yard-s as the purple defensive secondary stopped their opposition at l.0O9. Roberts, Dan Baker, Rodney O'Bryan, Ken Eitelman, Tom Bueker, Duane Totten, John Reitmeyer, Willie Ackers, Mike Anderson, and Leon Ullrieh. Row 6: Gary Doss, Joe Feldman, Bob Farmer, David Briant, Warren Whitis, Steve Ferguson, Rich Smashey. Richard Jones, Jim Porter, Ray Schneider, and Dave Frisch. Row 7: Bob Warren, Terry Grigiatis, Dave Hoffman, Tim Hayes, Dave Fleer, Butch Kuras, Don Allbritton and man- agers: Karl Wistbrock, Howie McCauley, Charlie Hampton, and Dick Thornburg. Row 8: James J. Dougherty, athletic director: Russell Sloan. head coach: Ronald Toman, assistant coach: Bruce Craddock, assistant coach: George Armstrong, graduate assistant: Sam Nugent, trainer: John Suell, graduate assistant: Jack Ranken, graduate assistant: graduate assistant: and Bob Levy, graduate assistant. -Champions ofMIAA Coach Russell Sloan started the l970 campaign minus l7 of last years 35 lettermen. His offensive line lost four members and the whole defensive right line departed in- cluding All-Conference and All-District, middle guard Frank Wagner and All-League defensive tackle John Suell, Coach Sloan melted together men and pride to establish a 7-2 season record. Five Bulldogs were selected to the MIAA All- Conference first team and two were elected to the second team. Aubrey Johnson was named to the Third Team Small College All-American squad. Ken Bebermeyer, Mike Ber- entes, and Don Cummings were named to the Small College All-American Honorable Mention list. C Opene drop? necks three Mike tohlw l as th Gatht Colle Skim 1 Easte attac' ville and dowr picke set u ond 1 form wam The fensi ceptc grou rushi sever the l Coac cham Amei Bulld open: 2 it 4 K js fs si is - N 'Q W . Duane Ullrich. Warren er. Ray s. Dave d man- d Dick Sloan. tssistant r: John raduate minus t four -d in- Prank foach a 7-2 All- econd Small Ber- ollegc One of the years few disappointments was the season .tpgncr as the Bulldogs dominated the action statistically but tiropped the game to Western Illinois. 42-25. The Leather- :ietks connected on only four of I5 passing attempts but three went for touchdowns. Lenvil Elliott scored twice and Mike Berentes and Pete Robertson each added touchdowns tolthe Kirksville attack. Kirksvilles eleven were not going to let it happen again as they entered Stokes Stadium for the first home game. Gathering in a total of 432 yards they rolled over the State College of Arkansas. 24-I4. Berentes scored twice and Greg Skinner kicked a field goal for the Bulldog attack. Gaining momentum the "purple power" ambushed Eastern Illinois University. 28-I4. with a balanced offensive attack. The 'Dogs ate up 484 yards while the stubborn Kirks- ville defense held the Panthers to 49 yards from scrimmage and I37 yards passing. Tom Geredine scored the first touch- down followed by Elliott and Robertson. Ken Bebermeyer picked up an EIU fumble on the Panthers two-yard line to set up Robertson's score. Elliott added another TD. his see- ond of the game to complete the Bulldog scoring. The "Purple Pride" continued their commanding per- formance as they sent the Cape Indians back to their wig- wam with a sound, I4-6. thumping in the conference opener. The homecoming victory was decided largely by the de- fensive squad as they recovered three fumbles and inter- cepted four passes. Robertson and Elliot again led the ground attack gaining over a I00 of the Bulldogs I20 yards rushing. Cummings hit on I5 of 35 as Berentes hauled in seven aerials for I04 yards. Cummings pass to Elliot was the first score and Robertson carried in on the second. Coach Russell Sloan, who has led the Bulldogs to two consecutive co- champion titles. gives suggestions to Third Team Small College All- American Aubrey Johnson. Tri-captain Johnson was a big asset in the Bulldog defense as they topped the Indians. I4-6, in the conference opener. F1655 ff Me? All-Conference quarterback Don Cummings is carried off the field by teammates after stomping Rolla, 35-I7. to gain a share of the title. l970 FOOTBALL LEDGER Ntvisc OPP' 25 ..... Western Ill. U ......... . . . 42 24 . . . State College of Arkansas . . . . I4 28 . . . Eastern Ill. U ......... . . I4 35 . . . Southeast Mo. St ...... . . 6 28 . . . . Central Mo. St .... ..2l 35 . . . . Northwest Mo. St. . . . . 7 35 . . . . Southwest Mo. St. . . .20 I5 .. . . Lincoln U ........ ..26 35. . .. Missouri U. fRollaJ . .. .. I9 187 A Q, X All-conference split end Mike Berentes waits for a reception in the South- east game as Berentes caught 7 passes for 104 yards in the Kirksville victory. NW-.. V. . if-3' - e,,.fJ A , ,wwf f 'i pr' ' ' ' - .sk im N. ,Q e- Y. , -. Q , , f: , . , ,, ft Q, mggtrzi. 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'Dogs Pull Down 15 Touchdown Tosses Somebody forgot to tell the purple and white that it was Warrensburg's homecoming, that the Mules were 6-0 and ranked l5th in the nation among small colleges, and that they were picked to lose by ten because the Bulldogs knocked the kick out of the Mules, beating them 28-21. The defense set up the first score on a recovered fumble and freshman Marv Robinson took the ball in from the 12-yard ine. After Central tied it, Cummings fired a 59-yard touch- down pass to Berentes to put the 'Dogs in front again. War- rensburg again tied the game and then took the lead 2l-l4. Geredine took a Cummings pass to tie the game once more and after Charlie Brown pirated a Warrensburg pass, Cum- mings hit Geredine again for the victory score. The Bulldog "ground machine" protected the purple and white's perfect conference slate and kept the hickory stick in Kirksville for another year as they trounced the Bearcats, 35-7, to take sole possession of the MIAA lead. Elliot and Robertson combined for 237 yards and Robinson gained another 67 as the 'Dogs chewed up 342 yards rush- ing. For the first time in the year Kirksville went back 7-0 but Northwest's score never changed again as the Bull- dog defense held Maryville to 193 total yards. Robertson scored three touchdowns and Elliot and Robinson each found pay dirt once for the purple and white points. 'lPurple Spoilers" seemed an adequate description for the Bulldog team as they ruined the second homecoming of lhc year and defeated the Southwest Bears, 35-20. Cum- mings hit on 18 or 43 for a passing total of 435 yards. Be- rentes received ten of the aerials for 248 yards. The Bull- d0gs again had to come from behind but Cummings hit Blakely to tie the score. Al Fulton recorded his first score of the season and Berentes crossed the goal line twice with Robertson scoring the final touchdown. The 'Dogs defense held the Bears to 212 yards total offense and only 82 yards OH the ground. Q Disappointment dominated the Bulldogs feelings as Kirksville suffered their only conference loss to Lincoln University, 26-15, and fell into a three way tie for first Place with Cape and Warrensburg. The Tigers held the DOwerful Bulldog offense to l38 yards, the lowest of the Season, as the 'Dogs gave up four interceptions and three lllmbles. Robertson and Elliot scored the only touchdowns. 'fa' Tom Geredine, first team all-conference selection, goes up for a pass against a sturdy Lincoln University defense. ., 1 , 4, -wa , , 4 fr M5 . 4 , z-M , , 7"' f V, G "'vA'f' :V ,, ' WZ! . W ,-' 4-7f2f",'., X N 'af - -fa ' .. M f-- fc: ' ,Vw-4' ., ,Y wt, Zziflifgih X 7 0 'Q '1 T' MW f Nw 54,1 'V "1 ., V, , H4274 ., fr- SAM za Q 19 'S' 190 ? , 'gf Ni AS! ZW ff 4 sift 1 ii Pete Robertson, the BuIIdog's leading scorer with ten touchdowns, shows how it's done as he romped for three touchdowns and 107 yards against Northwest. Robertson also led the team in total yards rushing with 488 yards in 124 attempts. sd it Q1 three yards Cummings, Berentes Team Up To Shatter Nine Standards A "WE-RE NUMBER ONE" resounded through Stokes Stadium as the Bulldogs chased the Rolla Miners home with a stinging 35-19 defeat to re- gain the MIAA co-championship. Cummings threw three touchdown passes to Berentes as he completed 14 of 26 for 390 yards. Berentes also kicked a 22-yard field goal, just before Robertson gained the final Bulldog score. Cummings shattered five standards during his four-year career as he set a record with his 2,221 total yards passing for this season, and another with his career total of 5,539. The signal caller also sports the most com- pletions in one season with 128 and career completions with 348. The new mark for total career touchdown passes was reset at 38 with the 15 for this season matching the record Cummings set last year. Hauling in the majority of Cummings tosses was Berentes who changed the standards in four categories as he collected 98 career passes, 48 of them this season. His career total of 15 touchdown passes crumbled the old mark as did his nine for this season. Robertson led all Bulldog scores with ten touchdowns as he rushed for 488 total yards with a 3.9 average per carry. Elliot followed close behind with eight touchdowns and 365 yards. Freshman Marv Robinson rushed for 189 yards and two touchdowns. Tri-captains Johnson and Bebermeyer both closed their careers as they led the Bulldog defense which held the opposition to 2,339 yards, over 1,000 yards less than the purple and white offense accumulated. Johnson closed his career with 18 solo tackles and six assists against the Rolla Miners. Mike Dahlberg picked off four enemy passes and Johnson and Hepker each stole three as the defense collected 18 interceptions and 27 fumbles during the campaign. Another Northwest runner is about to hit the dirt as Bob Hepker 1363 and Craig O'Sadnick 1551 box him in. Johnson ffar lefty covers a potential pass receiver. 'av f"""a Mm an at e 4 11 11 1 1-1 '1 I 1 1 1 i 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Al 51 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 '1 1 113' 1 11' 11 1 1,1 111 5111 1111 1 1, ,1 11 11 ,I 11 11 11 11 11 il 111 1 5 iv ' V I I ff f"" fr ff il ff B M 192 -af '.,,- s, 3 f ' an N 3.1 Mwzkmgjff Z , , 7 A 1 fa fe 7 I A A' ,Hr , . ,V ,lv X H 456 , 7Q'4f'c'ff'f X ff 5142 , Tri-captain Charlie Blakely tries to break up a Southeast pass. An offensive standout last year, Blakely played both offense and defense this year, aver- Bulldog "Gr0un Ma "Purple conferenci aging 6.3 yards per carry on offense. Above the crowd in crane, Assistant Coach Ronald Toman watches the Bulldogs struggle against Lincoln. Toman was a teammate of Coach Sloan when they played at Missouri University. . Ki i iff' ':, Y. 235, ff - ,t-f nd Machinev Chewed p 1,570 Yards Rushing l i conlerence choice, leads the way for Elliot 1221 who gained l30 yards ll7J, gained l,57O yards rushing in the l970 campaign Purple Power is displayed .is Gary Lueey 1773 seeond team ull against the NoithweslBt..1re.1ts The Purple ,ind White led by Cummings l l l l E vm s , ' W 9 , , 4 7 MW? at ffl ff Switching from the faithful purple and white bus to this silver plane, the Bulldogs literally flew in to trounce the Eastern Illinois Panthers, 28-14, This was the first time theairplane was used for player transportation. Randy Dawson, Bulldog punter and defensive back, puts his foot into this one against the Southeast Indians. Dawson aver- aged 35.0 yards per punt during the season. He also picked off a pass and returned 64 yards against Rolla. f f . 1 f 1-7 1 ., fx? -of ff f X 4 2 , V I .4149 . 0 fi . Y iii fra' . N .. t . ..tt 1- ,ff fr A . 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VE E, ,lt i t t x 1 "l vii ,I sl Ll . l lt f .I ll .' ls lv ti l ll r' ll ill l,i lull l l l l i l r l l l l l l l l it l t l i l l ll li ls ll ll ll T ll l ll l l t i ll 'i lr ll 1 l ll ,l l tl ill t li l l l l . t l l l , , t l 1 l' ll .lg P 1 1 l . 5 , s l , l l ll ll l ll i: l it l qi W Fl! ll ll UH 'll ll wi ll if ill ' l i 3 f. mv. ,W K7 4 10 ,y, . f iff , 1 f f 1 ya' f Y , ll UHYMJ :ll-yfv. AQ, I 60 W W f 5 ' 5 4 . 44 ,,,. . w X 9 S ',3'?-Lg "Q if fn, fbi. . .lx F h r 1 5' - . I Qui I .J C I . F 'Q' .Q, . -an J X g inf inf' x 1 ,-w ,x ., rl A,.3,g. 4 Jyisw ' fe, , . ! f 'ki 'Q V 4 Q - I gi, , AW 0. if . f x' X, X0 ' 'Nw , ., 7, 5'W X . , ' Q: V X,alQfM-hiv? 212 "Hs wg, 'Z-wx 7 ,ff 1, ,MM J , -fm 5' ,Q an 'S 4,4 3, QW! Z Nu Blood, Gutsg Gam MIAA Crown Coach Sloan told the story of the Bulldog success as he stated: "This was a rewarding season for us because most polls picked us third or fourth in the league. But our kids didn't believe they were beaten until somebody proved it." The l970 f'Purple Pride" would not give up throughout the sea- son as they fought their hardest for what they received. The Bulldogs will be losing many of their outstanding seniors as they will be faced with many big holes in their offensive and defensive teams. But Coach Sloan replaced l7 gradu- ating seniors this year as the "Purple Pride" would not accept defeat beating off bigger and stronger teams through- out theyear. Success, pride, and pain streaks the. face of defensive standout Greg Skinner. Skinner also kicked 2l of 26 points after touchdown attempts. 4 We 198 Pulling on their sweats after the Culver-Stockton and Westminster double dual in which the Bull- dogs took first, are Loren Moes tleftj and Bob Hunnerdosse. This was the opening meet for the harriers. 1970 SEASON RECORD NMSC Opp. Double Dual Culver-Stockton Westminster First I5 . . . Lincoln University . . . . 50 Pancake Day Race Second 48 . . . Western Illinois U. . . . . I9 Southwest Mo. State Invitational Twelfth 30 . . . Central Mo. State . . . . 25 45 . . . Drake University ..... l5 MIAA Conference Meet Fourth Bulldog lettermen, tleft to rightl, Bill Chickering. Bob Hunnerdosse, Linley Lipper, Pat Sullivan. and Loren Moes. All of these harriers, except Sullivan, will be returning next year. Q 4 l l97l H Dottrej Seven uous v practic the sea I Opp. r .50 . 19 75 f i5 cermg. illivan. except .fff l97l HARRIERS: Row l fleft to rightl: Loren Moes. Bob Hunnerdosse. Bill Chickering. Pat Sullivan. and Linley Lipper. Row 2: Hardie Smith. Clarence Dottrey, Ron Chacey. John Cowen, and Tim Swisher. Seven or eight miles? Pat Sullivan enters Pershing Arena after a stren- uous workout as Bulldog harriers ran at least seven or eight miles per practice. Sullivan. a mainstay on the squad. was injured for much of theseason. Harriers Finish Fourth But Gain Experience Despite a strong start: injuries, poor grades. and lack ol' depth dropped the Bulldog harriers into fourth place in the MIAA. But the performances of freshman Linley Lipper and junior Loren Moes provided the Kirksville squad with a strong outlook for next year. The Purple and White romped over Culver-Stockton College and Westminster College in the double dual meet which opened the season, Lincoln University also fell to the Kirksville harriers and the Bulldog team finished a strong second in the grueling Pancake Day Race, Western Illinois was the turning point for the 'Dogs as leader Pat Sullivan was sidelined with a leg injury and Tom Walsh was banned from collegiate sports because of scho- lastic ineligibility. The Leathernecks rolled over the Bull- dog runners despite Lipper's second place and Moes' seventh place finishes. The loss of Sullivan and Walsh. added to the holes left by graduating standouts Keith Allen and Tom Logan. left the Purple and White vulnerable to the opposing attacks. Coach Kenneth Gardner labeled his young team the "Kiddie Korp" as Moes. a junior. became the oldest member. A second injury. this one suffered by Dave Hanks. added more disorder to the Bulldogs make-shift line-up and they placed a distant twelfth out of fourteen teams in the Southwest Missouri State Invitational. Regardless of the odds. the Young 'Dogs regrouped and almost dropped the Warrensburg Mules but were stopped. 25-30. Lipper placed first and Moes fifth against the Mules as Mocs cut a full minute off his lowest finishing time in the nicct. The fourth place MIAA finish is the first time in I2 years the Bulldogs have dropped below second place. Lipper finished eleventh and Mocs twentieth as the rest of the Bull- dog squad finished in succession at 25, Zo. and 27, With almost the entire squad returning to action in '7l, the NMSC harriers should sport a greatly improved squad. 199 . l W . l Q I 1 , l l l Q i r l i . it jr all ii ij fi l i l l l l f t . i ll :E ill fi l id ji I I . l l i l i l i i i l l 5 t ij, l t ll lt i il ll lt ll x w 1 N i A v 1 k 1 f i I 5 w w i I s 1 i E W I 77 'i me Ju: dog Nl! .wmv 3 s. u. 'v 0 . 1. Tr .r 1 4. ru: V 'f ',,':QL3f'r- .... . : that n Ma- guard theast, Mr. V9 If "ff , 4 3i 'Dogs Sweep S eries On uggea' Road Trip l-'acing two conference games in a road series which had only been swept once since l957-58, the Bulldogs ran head on into Rolla and Southeast. The Kingmen were forced to come from behind in both games but they topped the Miners, 68-67, and then dropped the lndians, 93-86. The double victory pushed the 'Dogs conference slate to 8-0 before they headed back home. Stretching their home streak of consecutive wins to ll, the Bulldogs dropped SIU tlidwardsvilleb, 79-73, and then topped Lincoln, who just joined the conference this year. 90-7-1, De- fense was again a major factor as the 'Dogs handled the high scoring Cougars and held them 20 points under their season average. Celebrations were cut short though as the 'Dogs prepared to take on Southwest and Central, both on the road. The Bears were no match for the high flying 'Dogs as they fell prey to the Purple and White, 76,67. But the stubborn Mules started a down- ward trend for the determined Kirksville squad as they handed them their first conference loss, 83-65, and kept first place in question. A home game with Western lllinois seemed to get the 'Dogs straightened out as they came out on top, 73-65. Kirksville headed for Lincoln, back on the winning track and a chance for the MIAA title if they just beat the team which occupied last place and lacked a single conference victory. Success was recorded but only because the Central Mules lost along with the Bulldogs and the Kirksville five had first place sewed up for Coach King. It was a good thing that the title belonged to the 'Dogs because the Purple and White did not re- gain their winning ways till the NCAA Regional. Quincy College came to town for the last regular season home game as they came face to face with a Bulldog five that sought not only revenge but a going away present for Coach King. Too much rested on the game and the 'Dogs just eouldn't pull themselves together as a sturdy Quincy five handed the NMSC squad their first home loss of the year. Northwest fin- ished the season by topping the 'Dogs, 75-7l, leaving the 'Dogs 9-3 in conference. YW X Racing down the court in hot pursuit of a Southeast player is senior guard, Dave Davis. Davis was a constant thorn in the opponents side as he was constantly de- flecting enemy balls and heekling the dribblers. Coach Boyd King talks it over with his team during a time out in a close game. 203 ii I i i I l I i i i 204 Claude Wilson. first team all-MIAA, dribbles against an SIU Cougar. Wilson Currie, Wilson amed FirstFiveAll- IAA Leading the Bulldogs to their first MIAA title in ll years. Charles Currie and Claude Wilson were both named to the first five members of the l97O-71 MIAA basketball team which is chosen by the seven league coaches. Currie led the MIAA in rebounding with his l2.2 average. Besides the ranking of Currie in rebounding, LOU Gregory ranked seventh and Wilson eighth with aver- ages of 8.3 and 8.2 respectively. Wilson ranked highest for the 'Dogs in scoring with his l6.0 average. seventh in the MIAA Currie was fourteenth with his l2,2 average. , Wilson was also named to the All-Tournament team in the NCAA Midwest Regional alter the 'Dogg placed second. Lou Gregory received honorable men- tion inthe MIAA listings. Despite the fact that the Bulldogs had more re- bounds than any other team in the MIAA with l,366, the 'Dogs ranked third in rebounding average. The Purple and White poured in l,999 points while holding their opponents to l,954, as they averaged 74.0 points per game. y Kirksvilleis I8-9 record was well over second place Northwest's I4-IO but the conference ledgers were much closer. NMSC's first place was reached with their 9-3 tilt with Northwest and Central sharing second place with 8-4 ledgers. Southeast. 7-5, placed third, well above fourth place Rolla. 5-7. Southwest and Lincoln filled the bottom slots with 4-8 and l-ll records respectively. .1 2 yt! Despi son I The , won.l Fresh prepa over he cz led the Bulldog scoring attack in I4 games despite a leg injury which slowed him down during the late season games. Tempers flared in the game against Lincoln as George Saffarrans 1425 and a Tiger exchange words over the officials warnings. Saffarrans came off the bench to provide consistent depth to the Bull- dog line-up throughout the season. The freshman played at the forward position for the Purple 3 and White. ,e as-f""6" Q? ' 'f v.,'vf,'I"?i'.' f' 4 f my N, 4 . , 1. NS' M ev, gd Ili both llX,X :Ligue h lux Lou aver- ghem venth IWN nnent Dogs I'llCll- e re- b.the 'urpk theh s per :cond idgers uehed iuhng duced hxvest j l-H Vi L Riffs i f x s 4 X X X X X N X sqkgjiit X Qhurlie Currie und Steve .lurkins had the bourds well covered but this opponent sli ' - i -. . ' , , 1 - - 55. 'L We X X in between them lor the rebound. Currie wus ull-MIAA this yeur. ' 1:2 X b,eS 5339 , sprewgyiigx users QR45 ew s ee-As X4 L5.5.f,, 5 59 X Vi 2 i edt f iyyagfl . ge 'r X -v FX fweww ' W A f. , 53 A,s?t,eA -l AUX? 'isa V ef: M ' , so f V i - . ,..- fx , If 1 0 X- iS?fff5vi5qwSS5f'T X in -w r of X X?ww Ks r f mv w 14 . sw Q wife if ' r ! wg 3 zeaeed gg? ' .1HT'1k- ' ARGRXE zvffxf 'f -evmfig . 11, L ' e 'annie Despite the efforts of Ken Matzen 1403 und Claude Wil- son l235, this Rollu Miner comes down with ti rebound. The game went into double overtime before Kirksville won,83-75. Freshman Joe Boyer takes u jumper tis Churlie Currie prepares to pull down L1 rebound in the Bulldogs victory over Rollu. Boyer provided depth for the NMSC five us he came off the bench with at consistent scoring punch. 2' 4-vk TWH nfl. 5132 1' 'X ..-..-- ,...,,, 205 206 f ws4m'fs?, Mandi i Sophomore Lou Gregory finds himself sitting on the floor ol Pershing Arena with the basketball dribbling itself. Steve .lur- kins heads over to give him a hand while the official chases down the loose ball. Jim Magruder trys to stop the Miners guard as he sets up a play. Rolla almost stopped the 'Dogs early in the season but the determined Kingmen took the contest in double overtime. ,...,W.- .. . , . , a,,1.t',"'a--'vw "" an-f Wt " N vw tm, , X, U -nZli3'Jf"iZ?5"f' I 7 2 E I i Claud nent. Steve with t P Ni oor of 'e .lur- 5 down 5 up a out the Q5 3 Claude Wilson leaps high to try to block the shot of a conference oppo- nent. Dave Davis watches from below. Steve Jurkins is fouled while shooting a lay-up in the Bulldogs encounter with the University of Wisconsin. Joe Boyer watches for a rebound. l970-7l SEASON LEDGER NMSC Opp. 77 .... , . Quincy College . . . . . IO6 85 . . . . . Central tlowal . . . . .66 88. . . . U. of Wisconsin .. ...6I 65 . . . . William Penn .... . . . 58 78.. ..S.W.lVlo.State... ...66 69 . . . . Central Mo. State . . . . . 66 77 . . . . U. of Mo. tSt. Louisj . . . . l00 82 . . . . Washington U ....... . . . 62 89. . . . S. E. Mo. State .... ...8I 83. . . . U. ol' Mo. tRollal . . . . .75 67.. ..N.W.lVlo.State.. ...64 57 . . . . Central tlowal . . . . 60 70 . . . . Mo. Western .... . . . 69 75 . . . . Roekhurst College . . . . . 82 68. . . . U. of Mo. tRollal . . . . . .67 93.. ..S. E. lVlo.State ..... ...86 79 . , . . SIU flidwardsvillej . . . . . . 73 90.. ..LincolnU ........ ...74 75.. ..S.W.lVlo.State... ...67 65 . . . . Central Mo. State . . . . . 83 73.. ..LincolnU ....... ,..87 65 . . . . Quincy College .... . . . 69 7l.. ..N.W.lVlo.State... ...75 75 . . . . North Dakota State . . . . . . 66 48 . . . . Kentucky Wesleyan . . . . . . 60 George Saffarans trys to get a shot off. 207 l i li u 1 l 1 Il I 1 l l i, all El lr Nw ,, 5. ... .EW , g: . 3' N V. Q.. 'fr if X. 1 v 1 x xl 45 'i..' P 'I , , 1 Y , - f . P j ' I ! Q w sf x l970-7l WRESTLING TEAM First row, left to right: Mike Profitt. Bob Maniccia. George Simmons. Jr.. and Larry Kersten. Row three: Dan Bilder, Al Louvar, Don LeBlanc. Mike Burton. and Coach Bruce Crad- Klein. Gene A. Proctor, Frank Giurleo. AMI' M- Willi2imS. Stan Huggins. dock. Row two: .lay Gassman, Danny Ray, Mike Patrick. John Perry, Jon Ray Moncavage,and Joel Fye. Grapplers Drop T0 Second Place In MIAA Tri-captain Ray Moncavage goes after Dan Power of Central Missouri State. Moncavage won his match. 8-6, and the Bulldogs dropped the Mules, 25-l2. Despite dropping to second place in the MIAA for the first time since i967-68. the Bulldogs sported a successful 7-2-l dual ledger which included a six dual winning streak. George Simmons collected his fourth straight MIAA title and scored three points in the NCAA College Division Championships. Health was a major factor in the Purple and White setbacks as the squad went into their final competition without the services of regulars Stan Huggins. Roger Hodapp. and Bob Bilder. On top of this, Dan Klein was wrestling for the MIAA title at I67 when he sustained broken cartilages in his rib cage and lost by default. Northwest won the title with 75 points over Kirksvilles 68. .loel Fye. a freshman at ll8. and Simmons claimed the 'Dogs only titles. Pye scored two pins in the confer- ence meet. Besides the two first places the grapplers collected two second places and three thirds. Two shutouts were recorded by the NMSC squad as they destroyed Parsons College in the first meet. 36-0. and later defeated Missouri University at Rolla, 34-0. The 'Dogs tied the determined Missouri University Tigers I5-l5. while they were missing two of their regular squad. The only dual losses suffered were at the hands of the rugged University of Nebraska tOmahal and Graceland College. g Tryin in th Mont Tri-c. this 1 I5-lf -annum ...il 5 'ee: Dan Huggins, IAA for torted a six dual s fourth : NCAA d White .ipetition I, Roger .lein was sustained default. rksville's claimed e confer- grapplers squad as zet, 36-O. lla. 34-0. lniversity of their were at IOmahul .- ,.',1,, ..:: -'-, .fi vvrvoftiggigv ff. Trying to turn his opponent from SIU Ilidwardsvillel, is Dan Klein. Klein put the 'Dogs Stan Huggins, I77. scored the only pin in the Bulldogs in the lead for the first time in the meet as he deeisioned the Cougar. 7-2. Klein and meet with SIU Ilidwardsvillej, which ended with the Moncavage led the Kirksville squad with I7-4-2 and I6-3 season Iedger's respectively. lDogs on top. 20-l-1. Tri-captain George Simmons works on a Missouri University Tiger hut meet. Moving from l9l to the heavyweight class this year, the Bulldog this one got away from the Bulldog heavyweight and the meet ended in a senior collected his fourth consecutive conference title, as he finished I5-I5 deadlock. Simmons scored the only points for NMSC in the NCAA the year witha I5-7 season slate. ff 2 X bmhmn wwfwwffffwewwwf-sms W 211 Its hard to teH xvho has xvho as these grapplers Hght lor poshion in the RoHa rnect.'The Hnal ouuxnne wasnt hard to detennine though as the Btdldogs snnashed the hdiners 34-0. i 'll! lllEe Avlillliinea 212 Wrestlers Successful In Dua! Competition NIVISC 36 . . . . . Parsons College . . . Northwest Tournament Third I4 . . . . Graceland College . . . . 34 . . . . Missouri U. tRollab . . . Southwest Tournament Seventh 26 . . . . Western Illinois . . 32 . . . . Northwest Mo. . 25.. ..CentrallVIo..... 36 . . . . Southwest Mo. . . . . 20 . . . . SIU tlidwardsvilleb . . l5.. ..lVIissouri U. I4 . . . . U. of Nebraska .. MIAA Second NCAA College Division Thirty-seventh O 162 ,7,,.4,f5g:frL:: was , , , 'I f, Junio lar o' loree ledge Llsni dos . cartn Opp. 0 .20 ..0 .l2 ..5 .l2 ..8 .l4 .l5 .24 .-543255 gn 7 Wm. Junior Bob Bilder works on an opponent from behind. The Bulldog was a regu- Fighting to get the shoulders of this Central Missouri State grap- lar on the squad before he suffered a broken hand after the SIU meet and was pler on the mat is Matt Stallings, The Kirksville junior deeisioned forced out of the line-up for the rest of the season. Bilder closed his season's the man ll-8. Stallings was l2-9 on the year. ledger at 6-5. Using all his strength to try to pin his opponent is Dan Klein. The Bull- Tri-captain Roger Hodapp struggles with a Springfield wrestler. Ho- dogjunior was going for the MIAA title this year when he suffered broken dapp was also injured in late season and was unable to help the 'Dogs cartilage in his ribs and was forced to lose the mateh by default. in their MIAA quest. P x , , f U yt. lil 213 MM.- MQMMVMW . YN WM f W .ff . W ff - - - gig: -51.5, . 'Dogs Gain Seventh Strait MIAA Title Determination, rather than depth, led the l97O Bulldog netmen to their seventh consecutive MIAA title. The Fighting 'Dogs also tied for first place in the National College Division Midwest Regional tournament. Coach Jerry Meyer, in his first season as head coach, was faced with the problem of finding netmen to replace the graduated standouts, Ron Selkirk and Dave Romberg. Ken Clow, Mike Derr, Kurt Marin, Ron Sterchi, and Terry Taylor returned from the '69 campaign and yearlings Steve Chase and Tim Young rounded out the squad. Marin was dismissed midway through the season on disciplinary action. Taylor moved into number one singles and took first place in the MIAA. Clow was conference champ in the number three slot and Derr took the title in the number two singles. Chase and Sterchi were cham- pions in the number four and five positions respectively. Taking the title in number one doubles was the team of Sterchi and Taylor as Young and Chase took the number three doubles title. NEMS completely dominated the MIAA results as they finished with 46 points, 30 points more than second place Southwest. Only two losses were suffered in dual competition as the purple and white fell to the powerful teams of Bradley University and Missouri Uni- versity. The scrappy 'Dogs tied for the title of the NCAA Mid West Re- gional Tennis meet with Northern Iowa as each team collected eight points. The Bulldogs received their points on Taylor's second place singles finish and Chase and Young's second place finish in doubles. But the 'Dogs found Bradley on top again as they fell to second place in the NEMS Invitational. Clow had the best record for the purple and white as he with a I7-5 season slate. Taylor's I4-9 season record was second for the Bulldogs. Chase finished with a IO-6 tally, Sterchi with an ll-9 total, and Derr with an ll-I0 slate. Before his dismissal Marin had a 6-9 record as Young finished at 3-2 and Sam Duncan, 0-l. 1 970 Season R eeord NEMS Opp. 2 ..... Bradley University . . . . . 7 3 . , . . Missouri University . . . . 6 9 . . . . Quincy College .... . . .0 5 ..... Western Illinois U ........ 4 NEMS Invitational Tournament Second 8 . . . . Quincy College ...... . . l 5 . . . . Washington University . . . . .4 8 . . . . S.I.U. fEdwardsvillej . . . . l Northern Ill. U. Invitational Seventh Missouri U. Triangular Second ...0 9 ..... Illinois State U ...... MIAA Conference Meet First NCAA College Division Midwest Regional First Place Tie NCAA National College Division Eleventh The l970 Bulldog netmen: l. to r. Tim Young, Ron Sterchi, Steve Chase, Mike Derr, Ken Clow, Terry Taylor, and Coach Jerry Meyer. .66 vo' SQ? wwf P-W' 48 SYM ' " 7'-1: t wgyg x, .Q . C 4i"1f' 5 .S Q 47 ,, 1743! Z, -K Jw, 5 .f ,,' ' 4., , . Fw .9 Q si fkgbf fi QQ' 4 if it? if ln. sX I . X . 1...-asm, ' .r if , LTQ' -. Weir 0 W .Asif ,Y T". 'wif SLS 5 ff f - 1. 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Harry Van Epps, Steve Bettis, Rocky Reimer, Rod Rea, Bruce Taylor, Rick Riley, Larry Hammerbacher, Steve Lahay, Dick and Bill Daues. Row 2. Ted Wilson, Bob Miller, Charles Blakely, Mike l-lousley, Bill Schnarre, Mike Hooker, and Garold Ritz. Gilbert, Jim Arico, Chuck Blazicek, and Coach Sam Nugent. Row 3: Larry Hammerbacher, Kirksville shortstop, warms up by playing pepper as Bob Mil- ler, Rick Morgan, and Jim Arico watch from the dugout. 1 9 R 4 2 4 3 3 5 l. 9 8 2 6 9 2 2 O 0 7 .1 0 , M 7 . . 0 5 5 4 13 9 1 0 ll fri 5 2 . W ,V . S 0 A g ' f 6.... I 0 K My Y W. 2 'J A . . ,-:fi -"5 S W fr A ma M fag' V,. t. 8-20-1 St. Edwards U .... Blinn Junior Col. Arkansas U .... St. Marys QTex.j . St. Edwards U. . . Southwestern St. . Phillips U ..... Phillips U .... Phillips U ..... Phillips U ..... Southwest Texas . Southwest Texas . Northwest Mo. St Northwest Mo. St Northwest Mo. St Southern Illinois . Southern Illinois . Central Mo. St. . Central Mo. St. . Westminster Col. Westminster Col. Culver Stockton . Northwest Mo. St Northwest Mo. St Northwest Mo. St. . . Quincy College . . Central Mo. St. . Central Mo. St. . Culver-Stockton . .5 .7 ..l0 . 4 . 7 . 8 ..ll 2 4 9 4 9 3 8 6 2 8 7 9 l O 3 0 l l 3 4 6 7 Bc E the l' 5-204 buttiu ,217 4 almof l leatef The recor 3.13 horse Mike for 2 earnf ting Hoo age 2 hits com leap ners Blak ing f- , My 'U -maneuv- ., M... .swam ,,,,.. Y , f '4 I , 'ul Y K, Sir' ' 's ',.'f2a qu? Z. A 5 0 ,if .a i- 5. 'b Dick Baseball Team Improves BattingA verages v . f F Bulldog batting power made a definite improvement in the 1970 baseball campaign but their season record fell to f 5-20-l. compared to last years 9-18 season. The team batting average improved to .242 over the previous years .217 and the Bulldogs found the home run range 14 times, almost double the '69 campaign. Dropping eight of 10 MIAA games the Bulldogs de- feated Northwest twice, including an ll-1 white-washing. The team had returned from the trip south with a 3-8-1 record looking forward to conference action. Pitching success diminished as the E.R.A. grew from , 3.13 in '69 to 3.66 in '70, Ted Wilson was the Bulldog work horse with a 2-4 record and a 2.88 E.R.A. for 50 innings. Mike Hooker had the best record, 2-2, and a 2.52 E.R.A. for 25 innings. Bill Schnarre had a l-l record with a 2.14 earned run average for 21 innings. Charlie Blakely took the honors in the individual hit- ting attacks with a strong .362 including six home runs. Hooker was the closest regular with a .278 batting aver- age and two home runs. Team totals in hitting included a rise in extra base hits as the Bulldogs combined for 42 extra base pokes compared to last years 34. The R.B.I. total also took a leap forward as the batsmen knocked in 104 base run- ners, 31 more than the '69 season. 3. .. W is ...., .... 2 .,. 1 MQK ., vfqp 9 'X Bulldog third baseman, Bob Blake, dives to make the tag as the Bulldogs white-washed Northwest, ll-l in MIAA competition. Blakely displays his .362 swing- Kirksville hurler Ted Wilson, follows throug ing form. I self at third base. The Bulldogs squeezed pas U f 'ws ' Q w C I 'x R W ' ..............Q AJ f--1-n-iff.- , I .. -- 1 W, 4' f , w --- 'mvwwwwvwwfaqewwwmunuwv-4-al , 4 W Q . v. f .I , h, Ji ff 4 ,V 1 is , Y ., , .fjfbax 1 . f" F I ' -.. M 'sf ma., M ,Q ,U W, h as he concentrates on a Quincy batter, while Blake readies him- the Quincy nine, 5-3, in non-conference action. X n xo x , 3 t i .Q . K. gf . U., I 1,5 4, ,Q M ' - f ' 1 If ov '4 1 7 . ' . 9 ff nf ' ., I Zfvm- ,xfffhf f Q f' :, Q f , f- , . we f f 252' Q. - af f ,V fha, 55.7 ,X 5,QfW , , ,. f f,..,4MfZy!,, ' fi - f'f'Z9?'-viva. - f-.ff Zilffffyi 'fafff-afzffw, ,f 1 . f V, f ,V f,,,f 'fa , , -. I Q, f, I ff 4 gl ,, fffzw, , f ' ' ' 4791 W'f'4ffjWfi40?f5?Z','2'f7i 4 'zffegf KW Wh W ffe X ,, , 2,4 .ww X Waavzlf' W M H ' V: 7 ,agp 5 ff ' ., I, X ,mfg .9 , W f ,, , ft w ,, I I ,qw fa... 'J ' ,V Wffzlfrwfljafff ,WA ffvyfwf 'V fy X f. My ' f I I fr ' ff f' ff f, f, ,Q Q-Q " C ft , U, . ' , ,I '77 'f"ff ff Z f ff ff ft if 'ff' ff . 1 M f , I I Q If My 'f I It f f QQ? ,f,,,!,Q,, V, Q f ' 'Gi 2 I .14 M , . I A I 217 218 Jud in Putting carefully on the sloping green is Wally Finch. Finch was the number four golfer on the 1970 squad with a 79 average, 13th in the MIAA. Squadman John Haack takes a shot with an iron on the first hole at the A Kirksville Country Club. GolfSquad Again Takes Second In MIAA Bulldog golfers again ended up second in the MIAA but there was only four strokes separating NMSC and first place Southwest in the meet which was held on the Kirksville Country Club. Bill Daniels, a freshman in 1970, paced the golf team throughout the year, ending up second in the MIAA. Kirksville was 9-3-2 in dual competition for the season. Daniels' 148 in the conference meet was followed by Bulldog golfer Chuch Hull who shot 155, placing seventh. Right behind Hull was Jack McClain, eighth in the MIAA, with a 156 total for 36 holes. Wally Finch placed 13th carding a 158 and Gary Paul shot 160 for 18th to complete the team total of 777. The NMSC squad rebounded off a mediocre finish in the Miami Open and their opening dual loss to Tennessee Tech to demolish Centerville Community College. They tied Lincoln and then came right back to slaughter Westminster College, 16Vz-1'f2. Rolla was successful with the Bulldogs in their first meeting but the 'Dogs came back later in the season to defeat them in dual action and finished 15 strokes ahead of them in the MIAA. Kirksville only other dual loss was to Missouri University, Columbia. Leading the team in season average was Daniels with a 75. Hull shot 78 on the season followed by McClain and Finch, each with 79. Gary Derby finished with an 82 average and Gary Paul shot 85 on the season. Daniels also carded the lowest 18 hole round with a 72. William Richerson again led the squad after returning from an academic leave of absence. Individual records again begin with Daniels as he went 10-4 in dual action on the season, scoring 2816 points. McClain was 9-4 on the year with 26 points. Hull finished 6-6 with 22 and Derby was 7-5 with 16 points. Pau1's ledger was 4-3 with 11'fz points. Jack Swan, 1970 squadman, takes an iron shot to reach the green in the team play-offs. Teeii and 1 F0111 shot Gi? ,MDW Teeing off is Bulldog Jack McClain, number three in the Kirksville line-up and eighth in the MIAA. with a sound 79 average. Following through after an iron shot is Dave Current. The squadman shot in three matches for the Bulldogs for an average of 85. 1 Q Bulldog pacer. Bill Daniels. starts another nine. Daniels led the squad in every category, shooting the teams low for I8 holes. 72, twice. Daniels was second in the MIAA. l97O Golf Season Record 9-3-2 NMSC OPP 3 . . . . Tennessee Tech. . . . . I5 l3Vz . . . . Centerville Col. . . lla 9 .. ..LincolnU ....... .. 9 lolfz . . . . Westminster ...... . IV: 8 . . . . Missouri U. tRollaJ . . IO IOVQ . . . . Arkansas State .... . 7'f2 ll . . . Quincy College . . . . 7 l6V: . . . . Quincy College . . . llfi 12172 . . . . Culver Stockton . . , Zlfi 9 . . . Lincoln U ....... . . 9 lllfb . . . . Northwest Mo ..... . olfi IOVI . . . . Missouri U. fRollul . . . 7'f: 3'f5 Missouri U. fCol. . . . 2O'x: A i i iQuadrangular-Third MIAA Conference-Secon 220 Thinclads Regain MIAA Indoor Title. The l970 Bulldog track team regained the MIAA Conference indoor championship as they fought past the Cape Girardeau Indians, 75-73. Stubborn Southeast would not stay down though as they regained the outdoor title pushing Kirksville into their second consecutive second place finish. Don Allbritton and Tom Geredine were both picked All-Ainericans as they scored all 12 of the Kirksville points for the Purple and White's l8th place finish in the NCAA College Division track meet. Allbritton placed second in the decathlon, winning three of ten events. He also tied for fourth in the open pole vault and Geredine placed sixth in the triplejump. Allbrittons second place finish was the highest ever for a NMSC thinclad decathlon. Allbritton also placed I2th in the decathlon in the NCAA University Division and Geredine placed tenth in the triple jump. U Before avenging last years loss of the MIAA indoor crown the Bulldogs placed one man first and one second in the Robert Kansas Invitational. They took first place in a triangular with Northern Iowa and Western Illinois and also took first place in a Western Illinois meet involving five teams. Moving outdoors the thinclads trounced Western Illinois in their first meet but found Missouri Uni- versity and the Chicago Track Club a little too strong. The Bulldogs grabbed a second and third place finish in the Kansas Relays and then Gere- dine made a record smashing, second place triple jump, and Allbritton broke the high jump record for sixth place in the Drake Relays. The Bulldogs de- stroyed Northwest in the last dual meet before the conference standoff. Following the MIAA meet the Bulldogs grabbed a third place tie in the NCAA Mid West Regional. f M Rick Rother holds up the Indoor MIAA championship trophy as Coach Kenneth Gardner is congratulated by Central's Coach Maxwell. Q51 Freslf meet Mike hadr First row, left to right: Mike Scott, Gary Boyd, Keith Allen, Bill Young, Smith, Larry Shocks, Steve Harting, Nick Francis. Third row: Jim Coach Kenneth Gardner, Rick Rother. Coach Brownlee, Bob Groff, and Compton, Ron Shocks, Al Fulton, Aubrey Johnson, Ken Ruediger, Tom Luke Hotte. Second row: Willie Watkins, Tom Geredine, Clarence Dot- Logan, Don Allbritton, and Fred Shocks. trey, Mike Berentes, Tom Walsh, Pat Sullivan, Loren Moes, Hardie . -M .. 4 w. ,..,,, - ' g au., . . sL ?3lN.usb'Sr1 A" ff me-eN1i..7 wLi":1415'..an.'5 L1 1 ff, lenneth av: Jim r, Tom Q, W WMM-2 , ,fm W Willa, fi Elisa 4 ,ww jf ii , ' - ,fa 1 9 ,X ,, XQWYQ Freshman Ken Ruediger legs it out in the high hurdles as he took first place in the MIAA indoor meet with a winning time of :07.7. Mike Berentes finishes his leg of the mile relay as he hands the baton to Rick Rother. Berentes had collided with a Maryville runner and if he had not finished and placed in the race, Kirksville would have tied Southeast for the indoor crown. ,pas . 351, 221 Q i i ' i l I i , , t 1 I Q l t I 4 M i 3 i if 2 ? 1 f n I I 4 I l I 222 Bulldogys Control MIAA Field Events Bringing the indoor title back to Kirksville was largely the work of the field crew as they captured the high jump, pole vault. long jump, and placed second and third in the shot put. Allbritton was the only double winner in the meet as he took the high jump and the pole vault honors. Winning the long jump was Geredine as Luke Hotte and Bob Groff took second and third place in the shot put competition. Freshman Ken Ruediger won the high hurdles and Tom Logan took first place in the mile. Dropping the MIAA outdoor title was one of the teams biggest dis- appointments. Southeast topped Kirksville 96'n to 77'n, the third place going to Springfield with 33 points. Allbritton and Geredine were double winners and Tom Logan won the mile run with Keith Allen and Pat Sullivan taking third and fourth respectively. In the most devastating of the Bulldog victories they rolled over Northwest 110-35. Steve Harting and Geredine were both double win- ners as they paced the thinclads. Harting won both the 100-yard dash and the 220-yard dash and Geredine again took first and second respec- tively in the shot put. Aubrey Johnson won the high jump. Allen took first in the 880-yard run and Logan again won the mile. Gary Boyd, Harting, Willie Watkins, and Larry Shocks took first place in the 440-yard relay. Al Fulton won the 120-yard high hurdles as Rick Rother won the 440-yard intermediate hurdles. The mile relay team of Rother, Hardie Smith, Clarence Dottery, and Nick Francis took the number one slot. 1 970 Indoor Track Record Robert Kansas Invitational . . . One First Northern Iowa Triangular ...... Firgi Illinois St. Triangular .... . . Second Western Illinois Meet . . . . . . First MIAA Indoor Meet . . . . . . First 1970 Outdoor Track R ecord Western Ill. Triangular ........ First Missouri U. Triangular ........ Third Kansas Relays .......... One Second Drake Relays ...... . . . One Second Northwest Mo. State .......... First MIAA Outdoor Meet ......... Second NCAA Mid West Regional . . Third ftiej NCAA College Division .... Eighteenth NCAA University Division . . . One Tenth Stretching it out for NMSC is Clarence Dottery Qfrontj and Bill Young in the 880-yard run during the MIAA indoor meet. Dottery is also a member of the mile relay team and Young runs the 440-yard dash. X . Sw:-211 WH "Y 1 l I 4 1 l l l i ff- sf N fm -ftssqiiirf-1-f.:'f:r e First . First Second . First . First K . First Third Second Second . First Second 'd ftiej iteenth Tenth ner of ' s , ' 1 v -Lfqsizr 51,34 U N 1 1, ' , if V A 'v MQ .i .ff Q Q . ' X 'A . v X . s L gay X, , iriq V wi, ' 1 9' I 'fin be vqvzv, ,, , al N ,wx . 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Leaping over the bar in the high jump event during the Maryville white-washing is NMSC's Al Fulton. Fulton finished tied for fifth place in the event. 4 , ,wi iz 54 ii f f K ,Q,f,7a' 4,5- 4"" M iff in 223 10' 'Q ff I, J fl , f 1 f KM' Seven Standards Shattered All-Americans Allbritton and Geredine led the purple and white thinclads throughout the year as each shattered records in the respec- tive events. Allhritton holds the school record in the pole vault from last year at a height of l5'8". This year he topped the old mark in the high jump with a 6'lO" finish at the Drake Relays. The sophomore also broke the MIAA Conference indoor and outdoor records with vaults of l4'll" and I-1'8" respectively. He now holds the outdoor MIAA high jump standards with 6'lO" and the NCAA Midwest Regional pole vault record at l5'6". Geredine demolished the Bulldog triple jump record which Wayne ,,..? Benton had held since 1963 as he topped the old mark by almost three I feet with his 5O"a" leap. The bulldog freshman also shattered the MIAA M, outdoor triple jump record with his 50' 3" jump. W + W A he went l5'8" in the NCAA Col- ' All-American Don Allbritton bends the pole en-route to his record holds the school record in the event as smashing vault of l4'8" to set a new MIAA outdoor standard. Allbritton lege Division meet last year. .3 ,355 Q . ,w 2 W gg ' I ,,g1,,a . s Mt. ,fii., 'Q ,4g- 4. f its ss 5 ,sf first I 'V ' ' ,Q W 4? N.. fxrg , I ,f 'tffslit l I . I 'J 5' 'lik . .,.. is P X ,, , 4 Msffg., s i h V. V5 ju.. ' je A . vt ,f we A is MQW' , I , .gghaxv f 1 T sf . K I. ,,,, . M-M-rf-fu-W if Q. 4 ,, r , ' , I C S - 'I u 6 4 'Q W " X V it t. ff' 'Pt Pat starti Loga takin ai- ,pad Q t 5 - 4 ' 4 " fkfyv' ,v vY'Z.9 r 'Q ,, SS.. AA Col- 598.1 Pat Sullivan, Keith Allen, and Tom Logan starting the mile run in the MIAA meet. Logan finished first with Allen and Sullivan taking third and fourth. Y' ,lf 5 Ss f as f 0 4 , -,gr me , , if , : VVQ., 'Q 4 V YI' 45 ,t,' t za ' X wsu'-. Y. E, iw.: ,YW-V 4 ,5 . X V A S . ,-""",,.--""""""" " " ""'N 7, he . 7 Co-captain Tom Logan finishes the mile well ahead of the rest of the field as the Bulldogs trounced Maryville. Logans time was 41220. Geredine flys to his record setting SOM" triple jump during the MIAA Conference meet. www 225 nw n -f . I El . . ' ff gf ' 'V Ujgjiw jg ff fy I Sigs Taus Clinched qv 6 ffgfffft ge f' if v .,g fg g,rff,f,, ze z ' 1969 OI Title 1 is if f ff? '53 'Z - - . . , . . , f 1 Q 4 I Sigma Tau Gamma clinched the 1969-70 Mens Intra- murals title for the second consecutive year, taking first place in fleetball and singles horseshoes. The Sig Tau's collected 392 points, with Phi Sigma Epsilon in second place with 377 followed by Phi Kappa Theta with 32l. Mark Morrow, Phi Kap. won the singles tennis and then took doubles with his partner. Henry Sesepasara. Handball went to Richard Staley, Plymouth Rocks, in singles with Bill Weber and Gene Packwood, Phi Sigs, taking the doubles. The Phi Lambda Chi Aztecs took the fall tug-of-war but Phi Sigma Epsilon dominated the spring pull. First place in volleyball again went to the Iranians. John Cowen, independent, took the turkey day run. ln table tennis it was Mohammad Afra, Iran. taking singles and Jerry Weaver and Steve Orr winning doubles for Plymouth Rocks. Darrell Hanslow, Phi Kap. won the free throw con- test. The Sports Animals took first in the basketball league. Badminton singles were won by Kurt Marin with Mike Dolan and Dan Butler winning the doubles for the Phi Sigs. Wrestling went to the Plymouth Rock Warriors. Horse- shoes singles went to Joe Galkowski. Sig Tau. with Feltz and Bohrer winning doubles for Alpha Kappa Lambda, Ken Koehn won the spring marathon for AKL, and track went to the ABC's. Since the IM program has begun in 1958-59, the parti- cipation has grown from 659 to 2.758 in 1968-69. The Sig Tau's won the trophy the last two years and a total of three times. Phi Sigs have won the trophy the most times, six. The Menehunes have won once and Tau Kappa Epsilon has won the trophy once. Lining-up for the Turkey Run are the participants in the cross- country style race. Top prizes include turkeys. I fy A 1 ,f ,, ,fm ,W ., . ,WWW . WM .W f Wh f J My m ,f fn as-MM . K , ,fs f W iv V 'W .fc 1 'W f . LW f fm f 'Mr fd fy ff, f ff ff f ff MAJ, 4 ff XZ! ff M f ,WW ,Z f Q! W' K ,, W, lyfmf, f c s Tug-of-war is always one of the favorite events except when you lose and take your plunge through the cold, muddy ditch. Volleyball action is annually dominated by the Iranians. The Iranians and the faculty are often paired. If I 'Q .M rr-W nv- Sof firs , 33:5 I ap im A jgpqvf f-f,f --.wa -W t ,aft i , sms, H 1 ' 'KX t W x ' 'H Jr' 0' gf Q pf -X has ' 5 Softball fills the spring afternoons if the rain doesn first. Play-offs are annually cancelled by the weather -ll l il U -I l I I 228 96? 1970 EXTRAMURAL TENNIS TEAMfRow one, left to right: Dee Dee Rouse, Kathy Dietz, Becky Leamer, and Pat Huff. Row two, tl. to r.j: Diane Mottet, Jackie Gill, Bonnie Brumm, Linda Anderson, Sue Berger, and Pam Mestemacher. WRA Sponsors IM and Extramural Sports The NMSC Women's Sports Program, consisting of both intra- mural and extramural competition, now includes eight sports, all of which are sponsored by Womens Recreation Association. In state competition for I969-70 the women's extramural teams collected two first place finishes, a second place and one third. The extramural program was expanded in 1970 to include tennis and plans to add track and field events and gymnastics to their activities have been made. Included in the extramural program is: field hockey, basketball. volleyball, softball, and tennis. There is no league but games are scheduled with other colleges in Missouri, Iowa, and Illinois. Besides these games there is a district tournament and a state tournament. First place was gained in both field hockey and basketball in the state competition. The softball team took second in the state and the volley- ball team placed third. In addition to the extramural teams a well-rounded intramural program is available to the women. Volleyball, basketball, softball, table tennis, badminton, archery, and bowling are the sports which comprise the program. Each sport has a tournament which is organ- ized by sports managers, an office of W.R.A. , 'r f , If .-fE 4 Z 91 LW, ", sf thai, .JM f - Tabl tion. men I-loc strei forl Keeping the basket well guarded are NMSC players, Mary Stout lleft. lronty, Deb Cornick LID. and Karen Roland 1451. Table tennis was a popular activity in the intramural competi- tion. Kathy Dietz concentrates on returning the ball in tourna- ment action. Hockey practice included many laps around the track for strengthening and endurance. Here the girls are warming up for practice. L. X ., Sw.-1, ' 229 , M , f , V 57 V rye ,W I - ,, fm it 2 0 VA ,QL 5 , , my f, , wif .1 fl , fb.. 2 We 4' we ff ' , 1 2' 5 x V ik, l MZ- 'X me ' M M- 'wwf Meet The Bulldog Cheerleaders Left to Right: Casey Jackson, Paulette Kautz, Linda Cagle, Debbie White, Carol Holtkamp, Jeanne Barta, Jan Jobusch, and Esther Skinner. Cheerleaders Boost "Purple Pride" Supporting the NEMS 'Wh A football, basketball and wrestling team this year will be these eight lively coeds. t These spirited girls gave Q their time and energy to lead the Kirksville fans in Bull- dog backing. Six of the -eight have returned from last yearssquad. Jeanne Barta, Linda Cagle, Carol Holtkamp, Pau- lette Kautz, Esther Skinner, and Debbie White have all returned to boost the purple and white. Two new faces joined the squad, Casey Jackson and Jan Jobusch. 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Richard Demarest . . David Dent ..... Gary Derby ..,... Michael Dickerson . . Wardell Diggs . . . . . Des Moines, la . . . Vandalia . . . . . Uruguay . . . . . Thailand . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . . Swan, Ia. Ft. Madison, Ia. . . . . . Thailand . Centerville, la. . . Fairfield, Ia. . . Rockford, Il. . . . Philippines . . . . Laos . . . Taiwan . . . Taiwan . . . Taiwan . . . Taiwan . . . Taiwan . . . . Taiwan . . . Thailand . . . Kirksville . . . Oskaloosa, la. New Sharon, Ia. . . . . Lewistown . . . . Brookfield . , . Corydon, la .....Albia, Ia , . Ottumwa, Ia fi vs f ,s G , X l S i I t l i I i L i I l l l l l I r ,311 ww Ziff' Dan Dimmitt . Donald Dixon Larry Dorrell . . . Eugenia Dwyer . . Phillip Faris . Delbert Fessenden Glenn Flasch, Jr. James Franklin . . . Ju Li Gee .... Barry Gentile . . . Loretta Gilger . . Christine Grasdorf Jamie Grosso . . Carl Henry . . Dennis Hiner . . Arnold Hoch . . Joan Hodapp . . . Beverly Holder . . Christine Holthaus Robert l-irstka . . . . . Monroe City . . Unionville . . . Marceline . . . . Silex Downers Grove, Il. . . . . . . Palmyra . . Brookfield . . . Loredo . . . Taiwan . . . . Jennings .......Fulton . . . Fairfield, Ia. . . . . . Lexington . Des Moines, Ia. . . Centerville, Ia. . . . . Dallas, Ia. . . Ayrshire, Ia. . . Oskaloosa, la. .....St. Louis . . . . . Lawson Shan-Shun Hsia . , . . . Taiwan Wen-Chen Hsia . . . . . Taiwan Chih-Cheng Hu . . . . . Taiwan Janice Huang . . . . . . Taiwan Wen-Yu Hwang ..... ------- T Hiwfifl Runipaisri lntakanok . . . . . . Richmond. V21- David Kapfer ...... -... M illOl1, lil- Dumrong Klupngam . . ..,. Thailand 235 Donald Knott ....... Praneet Kruatrachue Dee Anne Kuhler . . Wendell Leonard . . Nola Lewis . . . Chi-Jan Liou . . . George Liu . . . Robert Luker . . . Tich Mach ..,,.. Nuchnoi Mahanond Billy Matkovich . . James McFadden . . Linda Mitchell . . . Micheal Mitchell . . Peggy Moroni . . Mark Morrow . . Charles Neighbors . Pirat Nuansang . . . Walter Ornes . . Tsu Pai ..... Sunee Poungmanee Patricia Ritter . . . Stephen Roberts . . Praneet Rohitopakara . . . Mark Rubin ..... Urai Sangkawasi . . Henry Sesepasara . Payau Sitthinuntana Coal Valley, Il. . . . , Thailand . . . Keytesville . . . Novinger . Lee's Summit . . . . . Taiwan . . . . . Taiwan . Zionsville, In. . . . Taiwan . . . . Thailand , . . Plano, la. . Muscatine, Ia. . . . Kirksville . . . Unionville . New Florence . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . Green City . . . Thailand . . Brashear . . . Taiwan . . . . . Thailand . Muscatine, Ia. . . . . Lancaster . . Thailand . Trenton, N. J. . . . . . Thailand . . . . . Samoa . . Thailand mr' ,--. vw I ,W , 4404 lf'- ,4 5' Z4 JL' fl iff! , 3. eg 3 W bu , :xv . we LW, 5 f, .yn V Z, ttof , fy not X, Q, if Kam'-21, A 1 is-Q lt l l 5 1 s 236 I -1-5.-gr.-as - 4:-V549 ' 15 i Y ,. my f 1 ,f 2 Gregory Skinner . . Rodney Staggs . . . Gary Stowe .... Cheryl Strayhall . , Wipaphan Suchinda Piyada Sumalagon . . . Chinda Suradhat . . . Lawrence Taft . . . Stephen Tellier . . Laura Todd .... Ubol Toochinda . . Paolih Tsai .... William Tsaur . . . Doyle Van Dyne . . Marilyn Veirs . . . Clarion Verspille . Anita Wallace . . . Donald Walton . . James Wilke . . . Gregory Wilson . . Connie Winter . . . Terrence Winters . Gary Woodward . . Jyh-Hae Wu . . . . . . . Tuscola, Il. . . . . . . . Kirksville Marshalltown, la. . . Davenport, Ia. . . . Thailand . . . Thailand . . , Thailand . . Joliet, Il. Arlington Hts., Il. . . . . . . Kirksville . . . Thailand . . Taiwan ......Taiwan . . . Seymour, Ia. . . . . Unionville . . Brooklyn, Ia. . . Green Castle . . . . . . Perry . . . St. Paul . . Centralia . . . . Kirksville . . . . . Plymouth, Il. . . . Moravia, Ia. . . . . . Taiwan Graduate Class 238 Class of1971 Patricia Adams .......... Home Economics. Colhecon Club. WRA Timothy Agnew . . Art.ArtClub. Gertrude Ahn ...... Physical Education. WRA. . . St. Louis . Burlington, Ia. . . Albia, Ia. Thomas Alexander ........ . . Princeton Elementary Education. Oral Interpreters. treas, John Allan .............. . . . Kirksville Political Science. Pre-law Club. SNEA. Young Republicans, Steve Allen .................... Richland. Ia. Business Administration. Alpha Phi Sigma. Bus. Admin. Club. Dorothy Almond ........ . Hannibal Physical Education. PEM Club, WRA. Joetta Amedei .................. . . Bevier Elementary Education. ACE. Elem, Majors Chorus. SNEA. Mary Anderson ........... Elementary Education, ACE, SNEA. WRA. Susan Anderson ........... . . Olds. Ia. . . . Ottumwa, Ia. Social Science A pha Phi Sigma, Historical Society. Phi Alpha Theta, Kamel Aossey . . Social Science. Paula Arender ........... Elementary Education. Elem, Majors Chorus, Karen Arico ............. Cedar Rapids, Ia. . . Clinton, Ms. ........St.Louis Speech Pathology. Alpha Phi Sigma. K-Dettes, pres.: Sigma Sigma Sigma. vice- pres.: Who's Who. M ax A rgo ..... Physical Education. Dwaila Armstrong . . Biology. SNEA, WRA. Wanda Armstrong ......... Business Education. SNEA. WRA. Young Republicans . . Moravia. Ia. . . Davenport. Ia. . . Mystic, Ia. Dale Atteberry .......... . . Lancaster Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club, Dennis Atwood . . . Kirksville History Dennis Augustine ............. Grundy Center, Ia. Physical Education. Football. Sigma Tau Gamma. Wrestling, Judith Baczek ..... . . Round Lake Park, Il. Sociology. Sociology Club. sec. Judith Bagley . . . . . Trenton Elementary Education. Cynthia Bailey . . . . Redfield. Ia. Elementary Education. Charlotte Baker . . . Macon Home Economics. Kent Baker ............... . . Minburn, Ia. Accounting. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Vet's Club. Robert Baker . . . . . Atlanta Business Administration. Theodore Baker ........ History. Circle-K. Phi Lambda Chi. treas. Christos Bakes ..... . . . . Industrial Education. International Club, r Edward Ball ............. Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. . . St. Louis . Stanford, Ct. . . St. Louis Z' Q HL 4 I KW' I J .r.r s f,.5..+1.:.i . .. N- 5 , Efkii 1 gl to N A A , . .Sins S W cs.. fag... is sw. .x radii ii' fate- .gb I. . Judith Ball . , . St. Louis Mathematics. Victor Bally Rock Falls, it A Physical Education. Thom as Ba nte Keokuk, Ia. History, James Barber Allen Park, Mi. Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club, Vet's Club. 9 IEW .ffwli , f Wy., Z-Tfisffi 0 Yew. Karen Yackley, senior Home Economics major, reflects upon the next step in the assembly of her project. Catherine Barker ................ Coggon, Ia. Mathematics, Alpha Sigma Tau treas' Panhellenic Council YES. sec: Ka a . . . . . pp Mu Epsilon, sec.g Wesley Foundation, sec.: WRA. Sterk Barnes ............... . Ft. Madison, Ia. Business Administration. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Steven Barnett ..,....... . Guthrie Ctr., la. Art Education. Art Club, Circle-K, SNEA. Mary Bartels ................ . Carrollton Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Pi Omega Pi. Teresa Bartow ................ . . Purdin Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Kappa Omicron Pi. Jeanne Baskett ........,.... . . Macon Speech Education. College Players. English Club. Georgia Baskett ........... . Laclede Elementary Education. ACE, Wesley Foundation. Susan Bay ...................... Albia, Ia. Nursing. Dorm. Council. Student Mentor. Student Nurses Assn. George Beeler . . . . Lancaster Industrial Arts. Ann Begeman .................. Monroe City Nursing. Alpha Phi Sigma. treasg Cardinal Key. Student Nurses Assn.. WRA. Teryl Behncke ......... . . Davenport, la. Physical Education. WRA. PEM Club, Mary Behring ................... . . Emden Elementary Education, ACE. Alpha Phi Sigma. SNEA. WRA. John Bell .... .................... M oberly Political Science. Freshman class pres.: Historical Society, Pre-Law Club. Student Mentor. Vet's Club. Mu Epsilon Nu. sec.. pres. Rick Bell ............... . . North English, Ia. Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Rebecca Bendlage ............ Ft. Madison, la. Elementary Education. ACE. Elem. Majors Chorus. SNEA. WRA. Janice Bennett .................. Keytesville English, Dorm Council, English Club, treas.: Young Democrats, Luther Bennet ............ . Kirkwood Physical Education. Football, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Kenneth Benson .... . . . . Kirksville lndustrial Arts, Vet's Club. Michael Berentes ............... Rock Falls, Il. Physical Education. Football, Varsity Club. Track. Johna Berryman .... . . . St. Charles Nursing. Student Nurses Assn. 239 Carl Berstler . . . . LaDora. IH. Physics. Renae Best ................... Stockton, Ia. Elementary Education. ACE. Elementary Majors Chorus. SNEA, WRA. George Betz ................ . . Ridge, N. Y. History, Historical Suciety, SNEA, Young Republicans. William Bcucke . . . - . Hannibal Art.ArtClub. Kathleen Bischoff . . Kirksville Art.ArtClub. Lyndle Bitting . . Industrial Arts. Steven Black ..... Physics. Radio Club. V.P. Charles Blazicek . . . . Crawfordsville, Ia. Physical Education. Baseball, Varsity Club, Newman C Buddy Blessing. Jr. . Industrial Arts. Helen Bliefnick . . . Business Education, Drom Janet Blu ml ..... Sociology, Sociology Club. Brenda Boatman . . English. Donald Bogert . . Physical Education. David Boley . Industrial Arts. Carl Bond ...... Business Administration. Sigma Tau Gamma. Nancy Boothby . . . Special Education. SCEC. Patrick Botticelli . . . Mediapolis, Ia. . .... St. Louis lub. . . New London . . . . . Salisbury Council, Pi Omega Pi, treas.g SNEA. Alpha Phi Omega, Inter. B . . . Chicago, Il. . . Macon . Drakesville, Ia. . . Marceline .......Affton aseball, Bus. Admin. Club. . . . . Monmouth, Il. Waterford, N. Y. Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Bus. Admin. Club, Interfrater- nity Council. gb M f-at A igni- f 5 Betty Boullear ...... . . Hannibal Elementary Education. ACE. Arlene Bowen ......... . . Novelty Home Economics. Colhecon Club. John Bowen . . . Kirksville Math. ' Dee Bowles Young couple relaxes in one of the dorm lounges by watching their favor- Unionville ite tCICVISIOII pI'0gI"aITIS. Physical Education. PEM X., 'Mi--fa... Club, SNEA, WRA. Michael Bowles A leton Cit V PP Y Physical Education. Men's Physical Education Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Michael Bradley Kirksville Agriculture. Ag. Club. Virginia Brammer Kahoka Business Education. SN EA, as . j brim '75 ,XX e i ilk .Qu gnc... kdm' 'WK' W ff' William Brand ................,.... Fayette Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club, Newman Club, Vetk Club J Catharine Brennecke ................ St. Louis Math. Alpha Phi Sigma, Beta Tau Delta, vice-presg Cardinal Key, College Ush- ers, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Kappa. SNEA, Sophomore Class secretaryg Stu- dent Senate, treas.g Who's Who. William Brinkman . . . . . Liberty, Il. Accounting. Accounting Club. Richard Brobst .......... . . Meadville Accounting, Accounting Club, president. Richard Brooks . . . Keokuk, Ia. ' Art Education. John Broughton .................. Florissant History. Alpha Phi Sigma, Historical Society, Psychology Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Charles Brown, Jr .... . .......... . St. Louis Physical Education. ABC, Varsity Club, Omega Psi Phi. Thomas Bruening . . . . St. Charles Driver Education. Robert Bruner . ....... . . . . . Ottumwa, Ia. Science. College Players, Oral Interpreters. Frank,Buell ........ . . Kansas City History. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Thomas Burch .................... Marceline Accounting. Blue Key, treas.g Accounting Club. Vet's Club. Carole Burg ................... Hamilton, Il. Elementary Education. ACE, Alpha Phi Sigma, SNEA. Eugene Burger, Jr. .............. Newton, Ia. Special Education. Band, Dorm Council, Orchestra, SCEC, SNEA. Jack Burkhalter ................ Ottumwa, Ia. Mathematics. Melicent Burnaugh ........ . . Davenport, Ia. Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha. Linda Burns . . . ........ . . Brookfield Nursing. Sally Burton .................. Ottumwa, Ia. Elementary Education. Elementary Majors Chorus, SNEA. Daniel Butler ................. . . Bridgeton Mathematics. Interfraternity Council, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Timothy Butler ...................... Affton Business Administration. Aeolian Club, Band, Bus. Admin. Club, Brass Choir, Circle K, Newman Club. Michael Byrne ....... . . St. Louis Social Science. Phi Kappa Theta. Clara Byrum . . . Shelbyville Art Education. Linda Cagle .................... St. Charles Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, Freshman councilwo- man, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Student Senate, Who's Who, WRA, College Cheer- leader, captain. James Cain ............. . . Galva, Il. Physical Education. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Sheila Caldwell ..................... Macon Special Education. ACE, College Players, ECHO Staff, copy editor: SCEC, SNEA. Index Staff, picture editor, Campus ,VolunteerS, treas. Ruth Calhoun .......... . . . Pleasantville, Ia. Elementary Education, SNEA. Joyce Campbell ................ Mediapolis. Ia. Elementary Education. Basketball, women's extramural, Historical Society. Judith Campbell ............ .... M ediapolis, Ia. Physical Education. PEM Club, WRA, Spanish Club. Kenneth Campbell ....... . . Hurdlarld Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. 241 r ti ia 4 l Q' .yr I f ,ff ff Wa I 0 5 I ,I i sl Ili l i l l W, l .l i , i i lll it il lf li il 'r l . l ill li . 'I I i 1 l i . l ll l 1 ii- iii tl l ll li i ll ll :ir .ii l ill li .l li ll Yr la I Donald Cantrell . . English. Oral Interpreters. Gene Capps , . History. Golf. Edda Cardenas . . . Spanish-English. English Romance Language Club. Philip Carlisle . . . Mathematics. Ronald Carris . . . Business Administration, Carla Carter .... Music Education. ABC. Jerry Casebolt . . . Business Administration. Kenneth Castagna . Physical Education. Alpha Phi Omega, Basebal Club. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Varsity Club. Clifton Cathcart . . Speech Pathology. Speech Path. Organization. Jerry Cathcart . . Art.ArtClub, Robert Cerven Jr. . Sociology. Mary Cetta ...... Elementary Education. ACE William Chalek . . . English. Synapse, editor. Robert Chamberlain Business Administration. Yung-Kai Chang . . Chemistry. Band. Kuo-Tai Chen . Biology. Blue Key. I-lse-Chin Cheng . . Home Economics. International Club. Hsin-Yang Chien . . Charles Claggett . Julie Clapp ..... Elementary Education, ACE. SNEA. Lou Clark ...... Special Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. SCEC, treas.g Stu man. Who's Who. Vernon Close .... Industrial Arts. lndustrial Arts Club. Vets Club.. Pamela Clover . . . Elementary Education. ACE, SNEA. Michael Cloyd . . . Psychology. English Club. Psychology Club. SNEA, Mary Cobb ..... Elementary Education, SN EA. David Cochran . . . Agriculture. Agriculture Club-. Phi Lambda Chi. Dennis Cockshoot . . Kirksville . . Des Moines, Ia. . . . . Panama an Club, Radio Club. . Ottumwa, la. Packwood, la. . . Gary, In. . . Nevada, Ia. . . . . Moberly Key, Men's Phys. Ed. Centerville, Ia. . . Auxvasse . . Weldon, Ia. . . Keokuk, Ia. . . Kirksville . Palmyra . . Taiwan . . Taiwan . . Taiwan . . Taiwan . Shelbina . LaBelle ......Edina dent Senate. c ounc ilwo- Corning, N. Y. . . Warrenton . Ottumwa, Ia. . . Hannibal ......Milan Muscatine, Ia. Industrial Arts Education, IFC, Sigma Tau Gamma, Student Mentor. Student Un- ion Board. vice-pres. Carl Collins ........... 4 ......... St. Louis Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Sigma Tau Gamma. 5. yawn Kathy Collins . . . Laclede Art, David Comegys Carlisle, Ia. Chemistry, Phi Kappa Theta. James Compton . . . Milan Zoology. Alpha Phi Sigma. Cam- pus Volunteers, Varsity Club, Pre-Os.1Sigma Zeta. Student Men- tor. Student Union Board, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Track. Craig Cornick Mt. Pleasant, Ia. Speech Pathology. r W"""""""' f' 4 ti 'gf .34 4.4 f 5 f 1 , Q 52. Machine monster peers eerily at passing students during the early weeks of the fall semester. Bruce Cornwell . Biology. . Clinton, Ia. Rosemary Cornwell ................ Ferguson Elementary Education. ACE, Alpha Phi Sigma, Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNEA. Carroll Cousins ..... . Monroe, Oh. Special Education. SCEC. Lois Cragen ............... . . Frankford Physical Education. PEM Club. SNEA. WRA. Paul Craig ....................... Ballwin Music Education. Aeolian Club, Band, Brass Choir. Phi Mu Alpha. David Cranston ............... Glenwood, N. Y. Physical Education. Football. Men's PE Club. Newman Club. SNEA. Young Republicans. Barbara Crawford . . . . Belton Accounting, Band. Jerry Crawford ........ . . Kirksville Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. Maynard Crist ........... . . Muscatine, Ia. Social Science. Historical Society. Vets Club. Sharon Crist ........... . . Kirksville Elementary Education. ACE, SNEA. Carol Crouch ........... . . Browning Business Education. BSU. Pi Omega Pi. Frances Crow . .,.. . . Paris History. Historical Society, Joyce Crull ...................... Portland Vocational Home Economics. Colhecon Club. sec.: Dorm Council, Kappa Omi- cron Phi, pres., treas.1 SNEA. Student Mentor, Janice Culbertson .......... . . Shelbyville Music Education, Aeolian Club. BSU. NEMO Singers Bessie Cullum ............ . Unionville Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. Ronald Curtis ...... . Centerville, Ia. Mathematics. Young Democrats. Beverly Dahms ........... . . . Marshalltown, Ia. Special Education, Alpha Sigma Tau. Gamma Delta, SCEC. SNEA. Wesley Foun- dation, WRA. Marcia Dane ......... . Williamsburg. la. Elementary Education. Band. SNEA. Nancy Davis ......... . . Arbela Vocational Home Economics. Ronald Davis . . . . Memphis Accounting. ity iff "'.-. ' 4 . A 32211 ' , 7741 "i" . . Q' 1' Teresa Dearing Art. Art Club. Linda Delaney . , , . . Monroe City , . Iowa City, Ia. Elementary Fducation. Rose DeMeulenaere . . . . Victor. IH. Social Science. Gwendolyn DeWitt ............... . . Kirksville Home Economics. Colhecon Club. SNEA. Wesley FOUt'ldHli0t'l- Patricia Dickerson ......... . . Ottumwa, Ia. Elementary Education. ACE. Treas.: SNEA. Kathy Dietz .... ............. C edar Rapids, Ia. Physical Education. PEM Club. Student Mentor. Tennis. WRA, Robert Doak . . . St. Louis Physical Education. Dennis Dougherty .......... . . Ottumwa, Ia. Physical Education. Mu Epsilon Nu, vice-pres. Gregg Dougherty ......... . . Chariton, Ia. Business Administration, Bus. Admin. Club. Martha Douglas ................ . . St. Louis Sociology. ABC, International Club, SNEA. Sociology Club. Manouch Dowlatshahi . ........... . . Iran lndustrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. International Club, Marilyn Drennan . . . Kirksville Mathematics. Gary Drummond . . . Green City Political Science. Philip Duncan . ..Greentop Chemistry. Phi Lambda Chi, YES, Howard Dusek . ..Bensonville,Il. Political Science. ROTC. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Kathy Easley . . ..Hannibal Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. Becky Eccles ................ Burlington, Ia. Elementary Education. ACE, Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA, WRA. Joe Eckardt ............. . . . Oskaloosa, Ia. History. Vet's Club. Van Egbert . . . . . Wyaconda Zoology. BSU. Janet Ell ....................... St. Charles Elementary Education. Newman Club, SNEA, Young Democrats, ACE. Janet Ellerhoff Sperry, Ia While utilizing the facilities of the library, Ken Ruediger decides to Elementary Education- ACE- relax and enjoy the view. SNEA- 54 Kang James Elliott Seymour, Ia Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club, Radio Club, Vet's Club. Linda Elliott - Seymour, Ia. Elementary Education. Bobbretta Elliston Des Moines, Ia English, Library Science ABC, Delta Sigma Theta Panhellenic Council. 1 Q! I ti lK, , we fm, f C iz--i A V ' 'W' 'ywitf ffl gf . Q 4 , j vc I f 751452 ,g .. ff. M1144 for I an W , t 4, t- , a 176, : a t, -ER' 1 ., 1 . r .mea-111' A Wffisf ng: ,Mam- if s-. 1 1 Q iw N . . .9 ......- - as ,,. x g MG ".!"' ON . I l l i l L I i I l l NN' ,,,,... - f ig! f Q ' vi, rf- yr 1 ,fag 'K ..if'7ff,E Larry Englund ...... Animal Science. Ag. Club. Kathleen Ensminger ...... ' Physical Education, PEM Club, WRA. . . El Dorado Spg. . . Bloomfield, Ia. Joyce Erb ...... , ......,. . . Perry Home Economics, Colhecon Club, Delta Zeta. Al Erwin ..... . . Greentop 'Physical Education. Bonita Evans ........... . . Warrenton Physical Education. PEM Club, WRA. John Evans .................... Monroe City Elementary Education, BSU. ACE, Oral Interp., SNEA. Joseph Evans ............,.... . . Meadville Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Ruth Evans .............. . Williams, Ia. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi, SNEA. William Evans .................. Ottumwa, Ia. Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Bus, Admin. Club. William Everett . . ..............Stamford,Cn. Business Administration. Bus. Admin, Club. Football, Wrestling. William Farmer . . Political Science, Linda Featherston . Elementary Education. ACE. SNEA, Elizabeth Fedak ........... . . . . . . . . Kirksville . . Moberly .........St.Louis Physical Education. Panhellenic Council, PEM Club. Senior Class treas- Sigma Kappa, Student Mentor, WRA, pres. Dennis Fessler . . . Industrial Technology. Ronnie Fessler . . . BusinessAdministration. Tommy Fevurly ........... . Macon . Macon . . . . . . . . Kirksville Political Science. Alpha Phi Gamma. Historical Society, SNEA. Pre-Law Club. Vet's Club, Young Democrats. James Fiscus .... Physics. SNEA, YES. Beverly Fisher ........ History. Historical Society, SNEA. Cynthia Fisher . . . Art.ArtCIub. Gary Fisher . . Industrial Arts. Mary Fisher ......... Elementary Education. ACE. SNEA, Roy Fisher .............. Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Betty Flack .... Physical Education. Charles F lam ............ Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Richard Floyd ............ Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club, ROTC. Freddie Foster . . Mathematics. Robert Freitag ...... . History. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Dorothy Fries ..... Elementary Education. . Kirksville . Kirksville . Bloomfield, Ia. . . Iowa City, Ia. . . Wellman, Ia. . . Milan . . Davenport, Ia. . Burlington, Ia. . . Knoxville, Ia. . .... Newtown Scotch Plains, N. J. . . Trenton 245 ., 246 Class of1971 David Froneyberger . . . Business Administration. Sandra Frueh .... - . Special Education. SCEC. . . St. Louis Donnellson, Ia. Mong-Chen Fu . - - Thailand Chemistry. Ruth Gabel .................... U. . Crestwood Elementary Education. ACE, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Elem. Majors, K-dettes, SNEA. Elizabeth Galey . A .................. Kirksville Social Science. Historical Society, SNEA, Sociology Club. Susanne Gallo . . Special Education. Bill Galloway ...... History. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Kathryn Gano . . . . Ari. Art Club. Holly Gardner ................. . Bergenfield, N. J. . . Macomb, Il. Keosauqua, Ia. . . . . Kirksville Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Delta Zeta, treas.: Kappa Omicron Pi. Tom Garrett ..... Elementary Education. Douglas Gebelein . . Industrial Arts. Jo George ................ Mathematics. Gamma Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Linda Georges . . Physical Education. James Georges ............... . Physical Education. Men's P.E. Club, Sigma Tau Gamma, Carolyn Germain .............. Art Education. Art Club, sec. 84 treas.: Echo Staff, SNEA. Greg Gettings . . . Chemistry. Kathleen Gilbert ......... . . Elementary Education. ACE, Delta Zeta. Dennis Gille ............ Business Education. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Kenneth Glover . . . . . . . . . lndustriul Arts. Gary Gooch ..... Business Administration. Edward Good . . . . Political Science. Dianna Goodman ...... . Elementary Education. AC E. SN EA. Meryl Goodwin .......... Physical Education. PEM Club, WRA. Richard Gordanier . . History. . . Albia, Ia. . St. Louis . . Columbia . . Moberly . . . . Overland Track. Emerson, N. J. . Ottumwa, Ia. N Kansas City . , Quincy, Il. . Newark . Hurdland Bloomfield, Ia. . Rose Hill, Ia. . . Kirskville . Monroe City ,,.fv+ of .gym fl? ' 'sf-'SF X X X yy H gi? f IQ finf ' if 270 N I 5 fist ' 43 Ja ? . T , I fa, " .1 . 1 gf. A f ?, f f rl' v" r 4 9141? 1. . :ff s- s +ve ass. t. QW :. e SX XX tt X XLQXX e ,Ns XX s " ia NX ' X I ss .X at ss C Q Tent "? KN X tis X s Y . ,ss X sag ,?s".sst i w. A 7X .. t Q ff s ., Q S Wfgwfi e wma ,pf Sv f 1 X . ,,Q,,g5g. I Qwizi 3155:- N ,-: V. M. s my f var-1 fs ' fe r:-11 W :iw-5 , :if W 2 David Gorski . . . Macon Industrial Education. Industrial ArtsClub. William Gottman Monroe City Art. Art club. Phi Kappa Theta. Linda Gramling Kirksville Physical Education. PEM Club. Katherine Graves Kirksville Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. Elna Beth Jones prepares for her senior music recital. Dennis Gray ..... . . St. Charles Industrial Arts. Circle K. Donald Green .............. . Hannibal Physical Education. Football. Sigma Tau Gamma. Martha Green ................. El Centro, Ca. Home Economics. BSU, Colhecon Club, sec.: Collegiate 4-H Club. SNEA, WRA. William Green ................... Florissant Business Administration. College Players, NEMO Singers, Phi Mu Alpha. David Grieshaber .................. St. Louis Physical Education. Circle K, IFC, Phi Lambda Chi. Track. Edith Grieshaber ......,........ , .... St. Louis Business Education. Beta Tau Delta, Dorm Council, Pi Omega Pi, Sigma Kappa. SNEA, Who's Who. John Grimes .......... . . Powersville Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. Larry Grimes . . . . . Knoxville, Ia. Business Administration. Paul Grimes ....... . . Edina Secondary School Administration. Gwendolyn Groharing ....... . . Davenport, Ia. Elementary Education. ACE. Alpha Phi Sigma. William Gronewold .... . . . Kirksville Physical Education. Carol Gross ........... . LaBelle Physical Education. PEM Club. WRA. Marilee Gruneich .......... . . Montezuma, Ia. English. Alpha Phi Sigma. English Club, SNEA. Sally Guilford ...... . Keytesville Elementary Education. ACE. Larry Gulick .... . . Burlington, Ia. BusinessAdministration. John Haack .......... . . Marengo, Ia. Recreation, Men's P.E. Club. Golf. Gayle Haak ...... . . Moberly Nursing. Student Nurses Assn. Gerald Hackmann . . . Marthasville Donald Hagan ...... . . Cainsville Accounting. Accounting Club. Patrick Haggard . . . . Fort Madison. Ia. Business Administration. 247 Marilyn Huggy ....... . . Ethel Business Education. Collegiate 4-H. James Hale ......... . . West Liberty, Ia. Recreation. Vet's Club. Loretta Hale ............ . . Vandalia Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. SNEA. Louis Hamilton ............. ...... S t. Louis Accounting. Accounting Club, ABC. Blue Key, sec., Dorm Council, treas, Echo Staff, bus. manager, Pre-Law Club. Student Review Board. pres.: Vet's Club, secs Who's Who. Pamela Hamilton . . . UniOI1VillC Elementary Education. Gail Hanington ..... . , Kirksville Nursing. Student Nurses Assn. Mark Hansen ...... . . Mt. Pleasant, Ia. Business Administration. Stephen Hansen ............ Clinton, Ia. Business Administration Bus. Admin. Club. Darrell Hanslow ............. . Fulton Physical Education. Mu Epsilon Nu. Phi Kappa Theta, Jon Hanson ............... . Chillicothe Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Paul Harbourn .......... . Hannibal Spanish. Romance Lang. Club. SNEA. Robert Harbourn ........ . Hannibal Business Administration. Vet's Club. Michael Hardy . . . .......4....... History. Alpha Kappa Lambda. vice-pres.: Alpha Phi Sigma, Newman Club, Phi Alpha Theta, ROTC. Student Senate. Ronald Hargrave . Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. Charles Harland . . Ashland, Il. Baseball, Blue Key, . . Linneus . . Shelbina Mathematics. Blue Key, sec., Kappa Mu Epsilon, treas.: YES, treas. Greta Harris ....................... Macon Business Education. ABC, Delta Sigma Theta, Freshman Class sec.-treas., K- Dettesg Panhellenic Council. Karen Harris ....... .... S alisbury Elementary Education. SNEA. Richard Harrison . . ..... . ..... Webster Groves History. Alpha Phi Sigmag Blue Key, Historical Society. Phi Alpha Theta, Young Republicans. Sandra Harrison ................. St. Peters Elementary Education. ACE, Band, Clarinet Choir, Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA. Stephen.Harrison . . . Holliday Physical Education. Engrossed student reads over material in last minute study for 1 t finals. il 8 f . ai .fi Maw... f 5 A W M V W W W ' X 'i 'Xi gee? Harold Harshbarger Salem, Ia. History. Historical Society, IFC, Mu Epsilon Nu, Phi Al- pha Theta, Phi Kappa Theta, pres.: Student Review Board, Student Union Board, Young Republicans. Karen Harshbarger St. Louis Accounting. Accounting Club. Hassine Hassen Mexico Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Dotta Hassman Marshalltown, Ia. English. English Club, Sig- ma Tau Delta. WF I l 1 'ff CW' CW f 'fi .,. l his 1" 1, i 0 'W S' li K . . aa 1 ,t ,.. 3 af. inf coz A I U F' ing. Q. Lawrence Hassman .......... . Marshalltown. la. Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Martha Hatfield ....... . . Hamilton. ll. Sociology, Sociology Club, WRA. John Haunschild ............... . St. Louis Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Football. Jerry Hayden . . Driver's Education. Terry Hayden . . History. Joan Head y ................. Elementary Education. ACE, Student Union Board. Philip Heini er g ..,....... . . Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Barbara Heitmeier . Sociology. Sociology Club Linda Helmich . . . History. Historical Society. Max Helms ...... Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Dennis Hendren . . Physics. David Henness . Physical Education. Samuel Hensen . . . Business Administration. Robert Hepker . . Physical Education. Pamela Hepworth ....... . . Speech. Oral lnterp., Young Democrats. Yvonne Hepworth . Art Education, William Hess ........ ..... .... Elementary Education. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Football, I Naomi Hicken . . . Elementary Education. ACE. Robert Hickman . . Music Education. Aeolian Club. Sherry Hicks .... Elementary Education. Charles Higgins . . History. Thomas Hilbert . . . Physical Education. Football, Phi Kappa Delta. Richard Hoctor . . . ..Somers,N.Y. History. Sociology Club, Young Democrats. Ro er Hoda g . . . V ...... . . Physical Education. Varsity Club, Wrestling. Nanc Hofer y ..... .......... Art. Art Club, Junior Class sec.: Sigma Sigma Sigma, . . Moravia, Ia. . . Keokuk, Ia. Bloomfield, Ia. . Mediapolis, Ia. . Mediapolis, Ia. . . Moscow Mills . . New Boston . . LaPlata . Milan . . Winfield Center Point, Ia. Marshalltown, Ia. . . Callao . Endwell, N. Y. FC, K-Club, SCEC. . . Centralia . . Moberly . . Memphis . Burlington, Ia. . . Monroe City . Harlan, Ia. . . Iowa City, Ia. SNEA. George Hogg .... . . . . . . . Chicago, Il. Business Administration. Janet Holder ........ . . Hannibal Art. Art Club, Wesley Foundation. Gary Holliday ..... . . Kirksville Social Science. SNEA. 250 John Holthaus Florissant Business Administration. Bus. Adm. Club. Soon Hong .... Korea Chemistry. Shirley Hopmann Lemay Biology Education, Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, Panhellenic Council. Sigma Sigma Sigma, pres.: SNEA, Student Union Board. Edward Horack St. Louis Biology. Alpha Kappa Lamb- da, Newman Club. Steve Horn Glenwood Accounting. Vet's Club. Ac- counting Club. Marcheita Horne St. Louis Elementary Education. ABC. SNEA. Diane Muntz, senior Home Economics major, puts the finishing touches on one of the many clothing projects required of her. Vicky I-I0t0p Davenport, Ia. Elementary Education. Al- pha Sigma Alpha. Class of 1 971 Roger Howery ....... Industrial Education. Vet's Club. . . Marshall Deborah Hrsta ............... . . Unionville English. Beta Tau Delta, Delta Zeta, Panhellenic Council. Pai-Tai Hsi . . Speech: Candie Hsu ........ ...... Business Administration. International Club. Rita Hubbard ..... ' ............ Art Education. Art Club. BSU, Wesley Foundation. Donald Hubbartt .............. Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club, SNEA. Rita Hueffmeier ............ Psychology. Dorm Council, Pres.: Psychology Club, Patricia Huff .............. Physical Education. PEM Club. Tennis, WRA, Roger Huff ...... Business Administration, Susan Humphrey .... Art Education. Oral Interpreters, .Evaleen Hunerdosse . . Special Education. SCEC. Cheryl H unt ..... Elementary Education. . . Taiwan . . Taiwan . New Florence Drakesville, Ia. . . Wentzville . Keokuk, Ia. Bonaparte, Ia. . . . Macon . . Lacona, Ia. . . St. Louis 55+ Van Wert, Ia. English. SNEA. ifmm i fm-1 ,,-aaa. tain f fig ,jf f f ,Q . . f 2-14.1 ,f W X 1' 4' y iw f - fra i yfw 4, X f I X ivgry wks - i WM? ff 1 W 'C t Ya , 4.5, f MZQLL .W Q. 5 in ty, ,mx , xi John Hunt . . . Ottumwa, Ia Sociology. Ronald Hunt .,.................. . . St. Louis Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. K-Club, Track. William Hurst ............... London Mills, Il. Psychology. Newman Club. Philosophy Club. Robert Hutchcroft .... ..... . . Mediapolis, Ia. History. Phi Alpha Theta. Stephen ' Hutcherson . . Jonesburg English Education, Joyce Ingram .................... Ames, Ia. Sociology. Alpha Phi Sigma, Gamma Delta, Sociology Club. Student Nurses Assn. Rebecca Inlow ..................... Kahoka Speech Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, ECHO Staff, Bus. Mgr, Layout Ed., INDEX Staff, Feature Ed., News Ed, Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNEA, Student Mentor, Student Union Board. Who's Who. Moujab Jaafari ....... . . . Syria Mathematics. International Club. Patricia Jacobs .................... Kirksville Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Vice-Pres.: Pi Omega Pi, SNEA. Thomas Jaeger . Art. Art Club. Barbara James . . - Elementary Education. Steve James .... Industrial Education. Mark Jefferson . . Physical Education. Pi Lambda Chi. Jean Johns .... Mathematics. SNEA. David Johnson . . Mathematics, Circle K. treas. June Johnson . . . Elementary Education. Mar uita Johnson Q . History. Dorm Council. Nancy Johnson . . Elementary Education Beverly Jones . . . Elementary Education. ACE. Dorm Council. SNEA. Elna Jones ..... . . . . . ...... Washington . . New Milford, N. J. . . Brookfield . Kirksville . . Queen City . . Winfield, Ia. . . . . . Centralia ABC. sec.: Delta Sigma Theta, treas: Oral Interp. . Burlington, Ia. .................QueeniCity . ACE. Junior Class treas.g SNEA. . . . Wapello, Ia. . . New Cambria Home Economics. Band, Colhecon, Orchestra, Sigma Alpha Iota, Kappa Omicron Phi. Linda Jones ..................... Vandalia Home Economics. BSU. Colhecon Club, Coll. 4-H Club, treas.g Kappa Omicron Phi,SNEA. Mary Justice . . . . . Ankeny. la. Physical Education. PEM Club, SNEA, WRA. Paulette Kautz ................. Atlantic, Ia. Elementary Education. Cheerleaders, SNEA. Student Mentor. Debra Kent .... English. English Club. Lucy Kepros . . Biology. YES. George Killian . . Art. John Kimball . . , Sociology. Sociology Club. vice-pres. Helen King .........,.... Elementary Education. ACE. SNEA. WRA. Kansas City. Ks. . . St. Louis . Sigourney, Ia. Ft. Madison, Ia. . . Cumming. Ia. 252 Connie Kinsinger . Speech Education. SNEA. Terry Kinyon .... Physical Education. Men William Kirmes . . 'sl Club. Pre-Os. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Dyle Knilong . . Physical Education. Kathleen Knoche . . Elementary Education. A Richard Knutson . . Special Education. SCEC. Patricia Koch .... Business Education. CE: Dlorin Council. WRA. . Bloomfield, Ia. . . Tipton, Ia. Wakefield, Ma. . Browning . . Omaha, Nb. . . Litchfield, Il. . . Florissant Tallahassee, Fl. Susan Koch . ................ Elementary Education. College Players, Chorus. Oral Interpreters, SNEA, Young Republicans. Kenneth Koehn . . . Industrial Education. Alpha Kappa Lambda. John Koenig .... Political Science. Alpha Phi Omega, Blue Key, Phi pres.: Phi Kappa Theta. Songsri Kraturerk . Elementary Education. International Club. Larry Kratz ..... Business Administration. Vonda Kraus .... Home Economics. Alpha Barbara Kreeger . . Sociology. Glenn Kreeger . . English. Stephanie Krick . Sociology. Wayne Kuechler . . Business Administration. Allen Kurland . . . Elementary Education. Phi Sigma, Colhecon Club. Vet's Club, Young Democrats. Valai Kwakbumrung . . . Geography. International Club. . . Marengo, Ia. Webster Groves Kappa Delta, pres., vice- . . Thailand . . Burlington, Ia. . . . Memphis . Kansas City . . St. Louis . Hazelwood . . St. Charles . . Burlington, Ia. . . Bethesda, Md. Pamala La Frenz . . . . Wyaconda Elementary Education. Gary Lacey ................. . St. Charles Physical Education. Baseball, Football, Varsity Club. William Landers ......... Grand Ridge, Il. Special Education. Newman Club, SCEC. Steven Lane ...... . . Hannibal History. Historical Society. William Langan . . . . . Hamilton, Il. Sociology. Circle K. Warren Lantz .......... . . Kirksville Physical Education. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Terr Laux .................... . . St. Louis Y Pre-Osteopathy. Campus Volunteers, Alpha Phi Omega, Football, IFC, vice- pres.g Pre-Os Club, Student Review Board, Tau Kappa Epsilon, pres., YES. Craig Lauser ......... . . . Centerville, Ia. Political Science. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Donald Lay ........... . . La Belle Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club. i 2 v i? . f www ,X 'Q 7' . + , j-'xref QHKT yay' ,X 470 f of f 9 f My X Q-:QW 4 -,X 'W 'X- . ,. Af , -t. fr. W 0 ,. ' 7402? 2 42 X Z S' ea, 7,6 V 1 W . W' I 7 .. , an 4 iw? . 1 wg so 7 W . I 4! 'N eia Aid' .f,, . rig. Dennis Life Kirksville Social Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, Vet's Club. David Lindley St. Louis History. Alpha Phi Sigma, Pres.: Blue Key. Historical Society. IFC, Student Senate. vice-pres.: Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Young Democrats, Wanda Lindquist Greentop Elementary Education. ACE. Sherry Lindsay Wapello, Ia. Elementary Education. ACE. SNEA. Roy Linhardt Powersville Business Administration. Bus. Admin, Club. Judy Litchfield La Belle History. WRA, Dennis Littrell a New Cambria Social Science. Chip-Ping Liu g Taiwan Mathematics. Mi Richard Leake 4 U. .U .............. , , Kirkgville Business Administration. Bus. Admin, Club, Vet's Club, Pensie Leathers ............... College Mound Business Education. Beta Tau Delta, Sigma Kappa. Neemia Leau ..... ........ , , Samga Biology. International Club. Vicki Leau ....... Sociology. Sociology Club. Lesley Ledford ..... Elementary Education. ACE. Dana Lee .,............ Home Economics. Colhecon Club, vice-pres. James Leigh ........ . Psychology. Psychology Club. James Leslie ............. , . . Cl Physical Education. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Varsity Donald Levis ............. Animal Science, Agriculture Club, Vet's Club. Robert Lewis .... . . . . . . Accounting. Accounting. Jimmie Lichtenber g ......... Industrial Technology, Industrial Arts Club. - Patricia Lietsch ..., Business Education. SNEA. . . Keokuk. Ia. . . Pleasant Hill Council Bluff, la. . . Nevada . . . Creve Coeur ub, Wrestling. . . Allerton, Ia. . . Lewistown . Kirksville . . Galesburg, Il. Class ofl 971 Grad. student Jerry Walker attempts to describe to students the effects of racism upon young Blacks today. YV 4 577' .54 . -ff fffhe as ' X Y f Z ' W f -73015 A. f ff- 'iff " 7? T ' 'ff f www. - ' A ,.- X11 1 4 ,Kwik ,- -X 344. of f A . e . ,..,-4 - -V f f. f J, v , gf-Q A .: - 1 ---'e, ft ' f K5 . L New . ., 253 4 , 254 Pre-registration or regular registration? Either one brings weary looks from students waiting to pick up packets in Baldwin Hall. Steven Lorenz . ................... St. Louis Blue Key, vice-pres.: Circle-K, InterFrat. Council, Phi Lambda Chi. Kenneth Lough . . .... . . . . . Bloomfield, Ia. Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club. Charles Loveless ..,......... . . Hazelwood Physical Education, Football, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Steven Lowenberg ......... . . Donncllson, Ia. Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. Helen Luebrecht . . . . . Cyrene Business Education. WRA. Betty Lugering .......... . . Hannibal History. Historical Society, SN EA, WRA. John Luhn ........,.... . . Bridgeton English. ECHO staff, Phi sigma Epsilon. Diana Luksetich ............... Elementary Education. ACE, Alpha Phi Sigma, SNEA. . . Kansas City Philip Luksetich ................ Melcher, Ia. Social Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, Baseball, Historical Society, Phi Alpha Theta, SNEA, Sociology Club. Lucinda Lunceford . . Gloria Ma ........... Home Economics. International Club, Carol Maassen ........... . . Elementary Education, Dorm Council. sec. treas. Ronald Mack .............. Physical Education. PEM Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. James Maddex . Misiuaita Maga ......,........ Political Science, International Club. Young Democrats. Michael Mahoney . . ..... P. . . . . . Richmond . . Taiwan Gladbrook, Ia. . Hannibal . Lentner . . Samoa . . Kirksville Susanna Liu . . Taiwan Constance Logan I Brimson Elementary Education. Speech Path. Organization. John Lohse . . Ferguson Business. Vet's Club. sec. Antionctte Long Kirksville Mathematics. wg if, l l l l I s ! ,,- .fl 5 41 ,f cg ff! 4 Z 1 1 Q .A aff? ff m P gg gm, ff 1 57 !Z? Z , , fi , ,ff fx VZ , . ,kv , V pig Y 1 f 4 .2 l xi. ns, sr- Wfxvf 'EH ' ,eo- ,-., .11 Nw nu- Mary Mahoney . . Nursing. College Players. Student Nurses Assn. i i William Maier . . Zoology. Alpha Kappa Lambda. John Maiers . . History. Marlis Manning . Psychology, Alpha Phi Sigma. Psychology Club, treas. Connie Mansfield . Barbara Martin . Elementary Education. Acolian Club, BSU, Elem. Majors Chorus, Orchestra, SNEA. College Chorus. Sigma Alpha Iota, treas. Donahue. Ia Brookfield. Il. Altoona. Pa. Brighton. Ia. . . Palmyra . . . St. Louis Charles Martin . . .... . Kahoka Art.ArtClub. Earl Martin ....................... Canton Industrial Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Blue Key. Industrial Arts Club. rec. sec.: SNEA. Who's Who. Student Union Board. Joseph Matarazzo ............. Huntington, N. Y. Zoology. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Pre-Os. Club. Janey Mathis ...............,....... Elmer English. Alpha Sigma Alpha. Beta Tau Delta, College Ushers, Panhellenic Coun- cil, president. Student Senate. Luther McBee . . . Social Science. Historical Society, Young Democrats. William McCarter . . Greentop ............HannibaI Social Science. Phi Lambda Chi. Pre-Law Club. SNEA. Young Republicans. Patricia McChristy History. Arlene McCollum . Accounting. Accounting Glen McCollum . Physical Education. Alvin McConnell . Industrial Education. Club, sec-treas. Montgomery . . Farber . . Media, Il. . . Leonard Francine McCormick .... Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. PEM Club, SNEA. College Chorus. Stu- dent Review Board, WRA, president: Extramural Basketball, Who's Who. Batavia. Ia. Lola McCoy ............. ........ L ucerne Nursing. Student Nurses Assn. Nettie McCoy ..... . . Lucerne Nursing. Student Nurses Assn. Nancy McElfresh ..... . Edina Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. John McEwen . . . . Leonard Barbara McFadden ............. Washington. Ia. Elementary Education. Band. Elem. Major's Chorus. Vicki McKean .......... . Conesville, Ia. Physical Education. PEM Club. WRA. Charlotte McKiddy Georgia Mcliown . Chemistry. Sigma Zeta, sec Dana McMillan . . Elementary Education. Delta Zeta. Student Mentor. Terry McMillan . . Social Science. David McVay . Art. . Jamesport . . Hannibal . . Fayette . . Marceline . . La Plata 255 Sherry Medaris ........... . Farmington, Ia. Speech Pathology, Speech Path, Organwation. John Meissen ..4....... . . New Cambria Business Administration. Vet's Club. Barbara Mclson ................... Centralia Physical Education College Ushers. PEM Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNEA, WRA. Robert Melson ................. . . Mexico Accounting. Accounting Club, pres.: Tau Kappa Epsilon. treas. Gary Mettler ............... . . Shelbina Social Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, Historical Society. Robert Michael .........,....... Corydon, Ia. Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club, Phi Kappa Theta. Richard Middleton . . . Downing Mathematics. Christa Miller ................... Morton, Il. Elementary Education. Beta Tau Delta, Delta Zeta, corres. sec.L Panhellenic council. Dorm Council, SCEC, Student Mentor. Robert E. Miller ..... . . . ........... St. Louis Business Administration. Baseball. Bus. Admin. Club, Junior class councilman. Varsity Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. Robert G. Miller .................... Arnold Physical Education. Biology. Alpha Phi Omega. Art Club. Men's Physical Edu- cation Majors Club, SNEA, Roger Millo ............... Griffiss AFB, N. Y. Latin American History. Circle K. Interlraternity Council. International Club, Phi Lambda Chi, Romance Lang. Club, ROTC, Student Mentor. James Mills .............. . Keytesville Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club, Margaret Mills .......... . . Chillicothe HomeEconomics,ColheconClub. Ralph Mincemeyer . . ...... . . Berkeley Political Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, SNEA, Anthony Mitchell .... ......... . Memphis Chemistry. Wesley Foundation, Young Democrats. Carole Mitchell ,... ......... . . . . Bonaparte, Ia. Speech Pathology. Speech Path. Organization, vice-pres. Gordon Mitchell . . . . Packwood, Ia. Physical Education. Ken Mitchell . . . . . Buckingham, Ia. Industrial Education. Phyllis Moehle ...................... Macon Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, ECHO Staff, Pi Omege Pi, SNEA, Wesley Foundation, pres., sec. John Moffitt . ............ . . Winigan Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Class ofl 971 Is it true blonds have more fun? Kenny Powers doesn't seem to mind being a brunette. qs 'Vw aw' is Jerry Mohr Bloomfield, Ia. Business Education, Bus. Admin. Club. Robert Molina St. Louis Spanish, Interfraternity Coun- eil, President: International Club, Romance Lang. Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. Young Republicans. Michael Monical ' Keokuk, Ia. History Education. Patricia Montgomery Ottumwa, Ia. Nursing. Dorm Council, pres.: Student Mentor, Stu- dent Nurses Assn, J, , Q, 3 cz, ,V J . X pc JF? gg, fQf f . MQW! 'I Wm 4' M!'7v', ZW. 523 X. fi Beverly Moore .................... Kirksville Elementary Education. A.C.E., Alpha Phi Sigma, Assn. for t Childhood Ed. lilcm. Majors Chorus. Bruce Moore ....... , , Middlewn Agriculture. Agriculture Club. Charles Moore ...... . . Yale, la. Special Education. SCEC, SNEA. Gayle Moore . . . . . Memphis ' English. English Club. Geane Moore ................... Ottumwa, Ia. Elementary Education. Elem, Majors Chorus. Orchestra, SNEA. Ernest Moots ..................,.. Kirksville Biology. Alpha Phi Omega, YES, treas.: Phi Kappa Theta. William Morehead ..... ........ N ew London Industrial Arts. Tau Kappa Epsilon. David Morgan ......... . Newton, Ia. History Education. Historical Society. Harris Morgan . . . . Mt. Pleasant, Ia. Biology. Billy Morris ....................... Purdin Business Administration. Business Admin. Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. Leslie Morris . . . . . St. Louis Industrial Arts Education. Sharon Moulton . . Elementary Education. ACE, Elem. Majors Chorus. ..Moulton,Ia. Michael Mulsta .............. Marshalltown, Ia. Y Physical Education. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Baseball. Peggy Munden ...........,... . Lucerne Vocational Home Economics. Colhecon Club, SNEA. Diane Muntz .............,... Mt. Sterling, Ia. Vocational Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Kappa Omicron Pi, vice-pres.: WRA. James Murphy ................ . . . Revere Nursing. Student Nurses Assn., Army Student Nurse. Patricia Murphy ............. ....... U nion Nursing. College Players, Sigma Sigma Sigma, rec sec.: Student Nurses Assn., Trcas-Cor. sec.: NEMO Singers. Dillys Nagel ........... . . Novelty Physical Education. PEM Club, SCEC. Abdolmohamm Namazee . . . . Iran Engineering. Linda Neighbors ..... . Unionville Social Science. Sociology Club. Kathleen Nelson ..... . . Burlington, Ia. Physical Education. PEM Club. Gloria Newbrough .......... . . Paris Vocational Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Diane Newquist ......... . . ...... Ottumwa, Ia. English. Alpha Sigma Tau, BSU, sec.: Coll. 4-H, English Club. David Niemeyer .......... . . . . Marthasville Physical Education. Baseball, Varsity Club. Patricia Noel ..................... Kirksville Home Economics. Alpha Phi Sigma. BSU, Cardinal Key, Colhecon Club. Collegc Players, Kappa Omicron Pi. Billie Norman .......... . . St. Louis Physical Education. PEM Club, WRA. Glenna Novinger .......... . . Novinger Speech Correction. Speech Path. Organ., pres. Martha Obermann . . ................ Palmyra Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Senior class secretary, 258 Paul O'Day . . Physical Education. Carolyn Oetken . . ...... . . . Speech Pathology. Speech Pathology Org. James O'Hair ........... . Agriculture. Ag Club. treas. Linda Okal ................... . . Kahoka Burlington, Ia. . Van Wert, Ia. . . . . . Memphis Elementary Education, Elem. Majors Chorus, International Club. NEMO Singers. Oral Interpreters, Student Nurse Assn., Wesley Foundation. Larry Oldvader . . English. English Club. Gregory Overfelt . . Physical Education. Maurice Overlander . . Psychology. SNEA. Naomi Pa e g . . History. SNEA. Jean Pantel ........ . Accounting. Accounting Club. Patricia Parks ................ Elementary Education. ACE, Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal rus, Young Democrats. Perry Parson . . . Biology. Mohammed Parva . ....... . Industrial Arts. Ind. Arts Club, International Club. Dennis Pauk ............ Physics. Dorm Council, Newman Club. Evelyn Pauley . . ..... . . Elementary Education. ACE, SNEA. William Pauls ........ Agriculture. Ag. Club. Larry Payton ............ Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Kenneth Peine . Art. Art Club. Sandra Perisho . . Physical Education. Max Peters . . Math Education. Stephen Peters ...... . Political Science. College Players. Douglas Peterson ............. . . Brunswick . . Clifton Hill . Kirksville . . Browning . Muscatine, Ia. . . . . Salisbury Key, Elem. Majors Cho- . . Keokuk, Ia. . Iran . . Havelock, Ia. . Powersville . . Newton, Ia. . . Novinger . . O'Fallon . . Zearing, Ia. . . Ottumwa, Ia. Des Moines, Ia. . . . . . Trenton General Science and Agriculture. Ag Club, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Alpha Phi Sigma. Blue Key. Nancy Peterson . ............ . . . . . . Kirksville English. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, ECHO Staff, Sigma Kappa. Student Senate. Student Mentor, Index, ass. ed. Ronda Peterson ................... Kirksville Elementary Education. ACE, Alpha Sigma Alpha. College Ushers, SNEA. David Petre ............ . . Atlanta Industrial Education. Ind. Arts Club. Supha Phinaitrup .... . . . Thailand Mathematics International Club. Jerry Phipps ........... . . Kirksville Physical Education, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Sariya Pholpuntin . . . . . Thailand French. International Club. Carolyn Pieske . . . . Kirksville Social Science. - e -jeiffife i I I ,f . V. , ' X . ff .nw mf 'X has . M , . gy of . on, ,JZ 5 ,aw .J 1' fi. ff I . 50' H G0 f s 'TM rf, xywq 4 1 f f a ffl f ,, aff f W flip! vial' ' ha ,f, 1 I 'I if K,-ff ft fag-f . T 45,51 . Z , rs f i 1? , fa 6.5" I wiv K 4 I t-. David Pieslte .... Milan Biology. Blue key, Sigma Theta, ll'CllN, Jcffrey Piper . . Queen City Music Education. Aeolian Club. Band, Brass Choir, Orchestra, Phi Mu Alpha. George Pipes .... Milan Biology. , Shirley Poertner . . Pacific English. Alpha Phi Sigma, English Club, sec.: Sigma Tau Delta, vice- Dresz SNEA. WRA. Qs Q9 ,,,.,..M I Z Ray Strah and Jim Younker relax before heading back home after a day of classes. Harriet Poffenberger ........ . Altoona, Ia Elementary Education. ACE. SNEA, WRA. Gregory Pohlmann ......... . . Kahoka , Business Administration. Bus, Admin. Club. Leonard Pohren ............... Washington, Ia Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Young Democrats. John Poppe ............. . . . . . Taylor Botany. Science Club. Young Republicans. Esfandiar Pourbahrami . . ran Chemistry. International Club. Cathy Powell ..................... Clinton English. Aeolian Club. Alpha Sigma Alpha. pres.: Cardinal Key. Panhellenic Council, Who's Who. Rodney Powell ............ . . St. Peters Law Enforcement. Circle K. Young Republicans. Kenneth Powers .................. Chicago Business Administration. Football, IFC, K-Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Robert Pressey . . . Pittsfield Physical Education. Janice Proctor ........ . . Bloomfield, Physical Education. K-Dettes. PEM. William Quigley . . . . Columbus Jct. Special Education. Camille Quinones ............... New City. N Physical Education. Delta Zeta. PEM. SNEA. WRA. Dianna Rabe ............ . . Ft. Madison, Business Education. Newman Club. SNEA. Rosalind Rada ...... .... . . Chicago Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. Gary Rahe .......... , .......... Bluffs Agriculture Education. Ag Club. Coll. -l-H Club. Phi Lambda Chi, Sandra Rains ...................... Moberly Physical Education. PEM, SNEA, WRA. Joyce Rand .............. . Bevier Psychology. Beta Tau Delta. Psychology Club. Rita Ratican ..................... Wentlville English. Alpha Phi Sigma, College Players. Oral Interpreters. William Ray ........... . . Bloomfield. la Physical Education. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Robert Redman . . .... Leon. li History. NEMO Singers Barbara Reed . . . Elementary Education. Abraham Reesc ...... Business Administration. ABC. John Riemersma . . Sociology. Marvis Rinehart ....... . . Washington, Ia. . . Hannibal . . Tracy, Ia. . Browning Music Education. Aeolian Club. Band, Orchestra, Sigma Alpha Iota. corr. sec. Jeanne Riter .......... . . . Keokuk, Ia. Physical Education. PEM Club, WRA. Janice Ritter .......... . Steffenville Physical Education. PEM Club. WRA. Helen Roberts . . . . Kirksville Nursing. Nancy Rock ...... . . Kansas City, Ks. English. English Club. Carolyn Rodgers .,.................. Macon Elementary Education. ACE, Band. Club,SNEA. Gary Rodgers . . Economics. Wayne Rodgers ....... Beta Tau Delta, Clarinet Choir, Pre-Law . . Winfield, Ia. ..........Winfield,Ia. Industrial Education. Ag. Club, Industrial Arts Club. SNEA. William Ronecker . . . . . . Business Administration. Baseball, Phi Lambda Chi, Young Republicans. James Rostello ..... Geography. Young Democrats. Peter Rosza . ........ . ............Overland Intercollegiate, Bus. Adm. Club, Circle K, . Moberly . . . . Detroit, Mi. Business Administration. Bus. Adm. Club. Jerry Runyon .... .... Special Education. SCEC, Vet's Club. Kenneth Rush ........ English. Janice Rusk ......... . . . . Shelbyville . Labelle ..............Fulton Business Education. Panhellenic Council, Pi Omega Pi, Sigma Kappa, president, SNEA. Donald Russell .......... . . Brookfield Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club. Gregory Ruth . .............. Cedar Rapids, Ia. Industrial Arts. Alpha Kappa Lambda, treas.g Industrial Arts Club. ' Eleanor Ryan ......... History. Historical Society. Industrious student works at his is over. .Milan accounting to finish before class period f ag mf C if a 'Q'f""'f Ser.. .ll ., - 1 f ' ' W ' t z ' fc Q. V :V . ' it gt f fin - . W A ,J fy , W 'M if fi V f - 1 . f' 1 , if 3 ,au Howard Ryan Ottumwa, Ia. Physical Education. Base- ball, Intercollegiate, Men's Phys Ed. Club. Vet's Club. Leslie Sabol University City German. Karim Sadeghpour Iran Mathematics. Internation- al Club. Gloria Sadler Kansas City Sociology. ABC, Historical Society. Phi Alpha Theta, Sociology Club. slack? 'ELT 7 J. Aa. . lf- ' ng:-A ,5 Y' 'Y 1 i ti - in .,.',fB.,' f sei :M ws i -5 B 5 ti W J-7" gg. 1.4 Y N- S,-.. P S 'sis Sex QF fs. . gag ,Eta .f di N....,' 3 N. Q- 9 ,url if 9- Q2 6: "",-T' I.. QF' Billie Jane Salsman . . , , Muggn English, BSU. Engl ish Club, Kerisiano Sataua ................ . . . Samoa Elementary Education. ACE, International Club, Senior Class vice-pres. Thomas Sawyer .............. Des Moines, Ia. Physical Education. Men's Phys. Ed. Club, SNEA. Who's Who. Janet Sayre . . Nursing. Joyce Schaeffer . . Psychology. SNEA. Mary Schelle . . Elementary Education. . Milan . . St. Louis . . Ottumwa, Ia. John Schenk ........ . . Memphis Biology. Ag. Club, Vet's Club. David Schmidt ........... . Atalissa, Ia. Business Administration. Bus. Adm. Club. Gary Schoeni ........., . . . . . Douds, Ia. Business Administration. Bus. Adm. Club. Richard Schreck ........ . Canton Biology. Phi Lambda Chi, SNEA. Gloria Schwarz . .................. Rutledge Music Education. Aeolian Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha. NEMO Singers, Sigma Alpha Iota. Rodney Schwitzer .......... . . Tipton, Ia. Physical Education. Men's Phys. Ed. Club. Phyllis Scott ..................... Kirksville English. Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha Sigma Tau, Cardinal Key, pres.: ECHO Staff, English Club. Oral Interpreters, Panhellenic Council. SNEA. Sigma Tau Delta. SCC-I F635 . Lowell Seaman . Biology, Phi Lambd Gary Seright . . Business Education. Pennie Seth . . . Mathematics. Dorm Steven Sewell . . a Chi. Council. . . Vienna, Va. . Muscatine, Ia. . Farmington, Ia. . .................. Kirkwood Industrial Education. Band, Dorm Council, Industrial Arts Club, International f7"'v Club.pres. John Shahan .................,. . Kirksville Physical Education. Alphi Phi Omega, Phi Sigma Epsilon. John Sharpe .............. . . . . La Belle Accounting. Accounting Club. Bruce Shefferman ........ . . Freeport, N. Y. Driver Education, Alpha Kappa Lambda. . . New Sharon, Ia. Marilyn Shell ........... Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. SNEA. Susan Shirk .................. Bettendorf, Ia. Business Education. Band, sec-treas.g Dorm Council. Orchestra, Pi Omega Pi, sec.:SNEA. Steven Shook . . . Physical Education. . Springfield Paul Shumate . . . QUCCH City Physical Education. David Sidwell . . Mathematics. . . Queen City William Simms .................... Hannibal Social Science. Historical Society, SNEA. Young Democrats. Mary Simpson .................. . . Overland Art Education. Art Club, B.S,U, International Club. Gary Sinnard ......... ...... P leasantville, Ia. l V. l. i. ll .li i. 1 I E is I l l l l ll li lil li li lf .i ll ll ,IQ i i lf jf it li' iit lid ll' ig. M lg, till yl lr li ln I. l ll, J l l l l I l l , ii i l . ii l I i l l ll I i. i, 4 ll lll ,l ,, 261 i l' 262 A W yawn-fun n af , sw X Z 2 , ' 7 s,! Mary Burghoff seems rather overwhelmed by it all as she returns home from that long walk upt OWU. Class 0f1 971 John Sojka .... Physical Education. Jeanne S arlin p ..... .............. Vocational Home Economics. Alpha Phi Sigma. Cardinal Key, Colhecon Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma, W.R.A. Linda Spaun . . . History. Historical So ciety. pres. William Spaun ..... History. Historical So Marilyn Speak . . English. Beverly Spears . . English. Richard Spellman ciety. pres, Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club. Phillip Sponsler . Mathematics, Paul St. Clair . . Mathematics, Rebecca St. Clair . Riverside, Ia. . Florissant . . Wright City . Hannibal . . Kirksville . . Jamesport . . Salisbury . . Kirksville Farmington, Ia. . Williamstovvn Physical Education. PEM Club, SNEA, W.R.A., Sec.: Extramural Softball, Extra- mural Volleyball. Elaine Steinbeck . Sociology. Larry Stephenson Physical Education. . . Humphreys . . Milan ' w Robert Slominsky Hollis, N. Y. Sociology. SNEA, vice-pres.g Sociology Club. pres. Michele Small Arbela Psychology. Beta Tau Delta. SNEA, W.R.A., Young Demo- crats. Carol Smith St. Louis Home Economics. ABC, Del- ta Sigma Theta. John Smith . . Memphis Social Science in Education. R.O.T.C., SNEA, pres. Judith Smith Hannibal Mathematics. Kappa Mu Ep- silon, Wesley Foundation. Paul Smith Kirksville Elementary Education. Rene Smith . . Brashear Zoology. Rodney Smith W aconda Y Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club, Vet's Club. HW? MW , W, 1 g X ' r Susan Stephenson . Elementary Education. Lenora Stepney . . ................Newton.Ia. ACE, Sec., ACF, SNEA, WRA. . . . . . . St. Louis Business Education. ABC. Mary Stevenson . . Moberl g I .................. y Music. Aeolian Club, Sec.g Band, Clarinet Choir, Orchestra, Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice Pres. Linda Stewart . . . English. English Club. William Stewart . . . Cincinnati, Ia. . . Kirksville, Ia. Business Administration. a Gerald Stocker . . History. Janette Stoffa . . . ..Moravia,Ia. ...............Ottumwa,Ia. Physical Education. Alpha Sigma'Tau, Rec. Scc,g Pres.3 Student Mentors, Alpha Phi Sigma. SNEA, W tion, Who's Who. Barbara Strother . RA, vice pres.: PEM. Panhellenic Council, Wesley Founda- .............WebsterGroves Sociology. Newman Club, Phi Alpha Theta, WRA, Sociology Club, Spanish Club, Pat Sullivan .... . . . . . Cedar Falls, Ia. Physical Education. Basketball. Krisna Suwanraks ....... . . Thailand Home Economics. International Club. Beverly Swain . . . ..... . . Vandalia Elementary Education. John Swan , . . . . Perry Zoology. Golf. Marilyn Sykes . . . . Trenton English, Sheila Takai . . . . Kirksville Mathematics. Dolly Tang ..... . . Thailand BusinessAdministration. David Tanner ................. . . Ferguson History. Circle K, English Club, SNEA, Wesley Foundation. Duane Tarrence . . . . Olds, la. Physical Education. Bruce Taylor ........ . . Chariton, Ia. Recreation. Baseball. Intercollegiate. Kerry Taylor .... . . . . Moberly BusinessAdministration. Terry Taylor ............... Marshalltown, Ia. Political Science. Alpha Phi Sigma. Blue Key. Dorm Council, IFC. K-Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon, rec. sec Michael Tebben . . Accounting, Accounting William Teneyck . .: Tennis. captain. . . . . . Kirksville Club. ..Edina Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. Jerry Thomas . . . Mathematics. National Karen Thomas . . Elementary Education. Millard Thomas . . Elementary Education, Nancy Thomas . . Elementary Education. Robert Thomas . . Sociology. ABC. John Thompson . Biology. .................Greentop Council of Teachers of Mathematics. St. Louis Alpha Phi Sigma. Delta Zeta, K-Dettes. Secg SNEA. . . New Cambria . . Muscatine. Ia. . . St. Louis . Ottumwa. Ia. 263 Kandace Thompson .... - - Vandfllia Accounting. Acct. Club, sec.-treus. Robert Thompson ............... I . . Unionville Business Administration. Bus, Admin. Club. Wesley Foundation. Theresa Tiernan . . . . . ...... . . . Allison, Ia. Sociology. Sociology Club. Larry Tobben ...... - WHSl'lingt0fl Art Education. BSU. Art Club. Russell Toler . . . . SI. LOL1iS Business. Robert Toole ................ Syracuse, N. Y. Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Bus. Admin. Club. IFC, Mark Tomey . . . .......... . . . . Lincoln, Il. History, Jeannette Toth ...... . Foristill Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Darrold Trueper . . . . Burlington, Ia. Political Science. Gary Truitt ..... . . Kirksville Political Science. ROTC. Michael Turner . . . . . Canton Art. Band, NEMO Singers. Richard Turtle .......... . . Keokuk, Ia. Business Administration. Gamma Delta. Rod Tweedy ............. . . Montrose, Ia. Physical Education. Men's Phys. Ed. Club. Ann Umbarger .................. Keokuk, Ia. Elementary Education. ACE, ECHO staff, Elem. Majors Chorus, Sigma Sigma Sigma,SNEA. Linda Unzicker ...... . Burlington, Ia. Art Education. SNEA. WRA. Barbara Vandevender . . . . Spickard Elementary Education. Gary Van Dyne ................ . . Unionville Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club, Vet's Club. Karyl Van Dyne ................. Corydon, Ia. Elementary Education. ACE. Delta Zeta, SNEA, Student Mentor, Young Democrats. Harry Van Epps ................ Burlington, Ia. Physical Education. PEM Club, Sigma Tau Gamma, Wesley Foundation, Who's Who. 1 ,M .f . ff M ff 7.7, f ,W wwf K" if af CW ff? A . I K . f 4,5 W6 jg .7 fn W. M . U W gg ,f . f, 1, 2 I f',, V122 iff Q 3 4 W' f f ,f . 1 jf ,Alum Joyce Van Houten .... . . Moberly Elementary Education. SNEA. Felipe Vargas Chet Robbins announces the winner of a life-time subscription to Playboy Cggta Rica magazine, which was drawn by Bunny Dee-Dee of the Kansas City Playboy Business Administration. Bus. Club, after the ticket project by Sigma Tau Gamma. Admin- Club. International f WW pwfm .N Z . Club. Thomas Vozza Kirksvtlle Industrial Education. Mary Wade . . Browning Business Education. Panhel- lenic Council. Sigma. Beverly Walker Sigma Sigma Monroe City Special Education. SCEC. Dana Walker .................. Accounting. Accounting Club, Alpha Kappa Lambda. Sherrie Walker ................. Elementary Education. ACE, pres.g Cardinal Key, SNEA. Y Ivan Wallace Business Educ ation. Pi Omega Pi. Triss Walter Art Education. Walter Walz Biology. Alpha Kappa Lambda, IFC, Pres. Gary Wamhoff .............. . . Pre-Osteopathy. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pre-Os. Club. Pushin Wang ...... Biology. International Club. John Wayne ........ . Law-Enforcement. Vet's Club, Blanche Weber .............. Elementary Education. ACE. Dorm Council, SNEA, Paul Weber ..... ..... Physical Education. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Barbara Wedde . .............. . . Special Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sec.: Student Union Board, WRA. Thomas Weeks .................. Wellman, Ia. . . . Clarence oung Republicans. . . Novinger Muscatine, Ia. . . Lemay Naperville, Il. . . Taiwan Elmonte, Ca. . . Quincy, Il. . Palatine, Il. . . . St. Louis Cardinal Key, SCEC, . Newton, Ia. Business Administration. Bus. Admin. Club, Circle K, vice-pres. Carol Wehmeyer ............... Elementary Education. SNEA, WRA. Lawrence Weindel .... English. IFC, Phi Lambda Chi. Mary Wells .................... Nursing. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, sec.g,Dorm Co Student Nurses Assn., pres, Terry Wells .... . Physical Education. . . . Ferguson . . St. Louis . . . Newtown uncil, Student Mentor, Donnelson, Ia. Edward Wen ....... . Taiwan Mathematics. International Club. Darrell Wendt . . . . Trenton History. Mick West ........................ Elmer Political Science. Phi Kappa Theta, Senior Class councilman, Young Democrats. Karen Wilderman ............... Elementary Education, ACE. Alpha Phi Sigma. Elem. Major Brooke Williams ................. . . . Florissant s Chorus, SNEA. . Kansas City English, College Ushers, Dorm Council, Index Staff, Oral Interpreters, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sophomore Class councilwoman, Student Senate. Student Mentor, Who's Who. Dwayne Williams ....... Biology. Blue Key, Sigma Zeta. pres. Rebecca Williams ....... . . Wil Physical Education. PEM Club, SNEA. . . Stoutsville liamsburg, Ia. Susan Williams ................. Burlington, Ia. Physical Education. Dorm Council. PEM Club, WRA. Donna Wilson ................. Washington, Ia. Elementary Education. Karen Wilson ................. Speech Pathology. Oral Interpreters, Speech Path. Organ. Jill Wilson . .... Elementary Education. Susan Wilson . . . Business Education. . . St. Louis . . Dalton . . Centralia 266 Jeanette Windsor ....... . . Montgomery City Elcmcntary Education. ACE, SNEA. Gerald Winter .............,. . Kirksville Practical Arts. Industrial Arts Club. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Debra Wisdom ............. . . Macon History. Delta Zeta. Historical Society. SNEA. Martin Witkoske . . . . Muscatine, 121- Mathematics. John Witte . . . . Muscatine, Ia. Psychology. Calvin Wolfe ......... . Morning SUN, IH- Business Administration. Vet's Club. Larry Wolgast . . - Fenton Elementary Education. Sylvia Wolverton ................ . . St. Louis English. College Players, English Club, Orchestra. SNEA. Carolyn Wood ................... Brighton, Ia. Elementary Education. ACE, Alpha Phi Sigma, Elem. Majors Chorus, Newman Club. Deborah Wood ................... Moulton, Ia. English. Alpha Phi Sigma. Cardinal Key, Delta Zeta, pres.: English Club, K- Dettes. Panhellenie Council, SNEA, Student Mentor, Who's Who. Nancy Wood ................... .... L aPlata Mathematics. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, SNEA, Kappa Mu Epsilon, pres. Valerie Woodard . ................. Florissant Nursing. International Club, Newman Club, Student Nurses Assn. Joan Woodford ........ . . Westmont, Il. Elementary Education. Clarinet Choir. Roy Woodruff . . . . Argyle, Ia. History. Kevin Woods ............. . . . . Edoma Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club, pres. Bruce Woodward . . . Moravia, Ia. Physical Education. Larry Worden . . . Burlington, Ia. History. Karen Yackley ..................... Taylor Home Economics. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, Colhecon Club, Kappa Omi- cron Pi, sec.: Panhellenic Council, Sigma Sigma Sigma, pres., vice-pres.: SNEA, Student Mentor, Student Union Board, Student Review Board, Who's Who. Sheila Yagel ..................... Brookfield Elementary Education. ACE. Elem. Majors Chorus, International Club. Shirley Yagel .................... Brookfield Elementary Education. ACE, Elem. Majors Chorus. International Club, Rebecca Yates .............. . Lake Placid, Fl. Home Economics. Alpha Phi Sigma. Colhecon Club, vice-pres.: Delta Zeta. Kappa Omieron Pi, sec.: Who's Who, Young Democrats. Connie Yetter ........... . . Hamilton, Il. Elementary Education. Elem. Majors Chorus Wei-Ting Yin ....... . . Taiwan Mathematics. International Club. Connie York .... . . Bloomfield, Ia. English. English Club. Frederick Young ...... . ........ What Cheer,, Ia. Agriculture. Ag. Club, Alpha Phi Omega. Alpha Phi Sigma. Robert Young . . . . Loves Park, Il. Psychology. Dennis Zeigler . . . . Novinger Art. Art Club. f YW tv HERB Seniors Don Cummings, Mike Berentes, and Aubrey Johnson step forward for football awards bestowed upon them for their outstanding play in l97O. Two teachers congratulate each other at the end of "every student's dream"-commencement exercises at Northeast. As he changes a flat, Jesse Johnson reflects upon the future developments in the life of a soon-to-be senior. 5 K ll -P1111 up 68 Eddie Adam . . , Richard Ahee . . . Mohamad Ajamie . Linda Akins .... Ali Al-Ansari . . . Barbara Allen . . . Linda Allen ..... Ronald Andachter . . Gay Anderson .... Lorena Anderson . Jim Angel Jr .... Reza Ariana . . Linda Arnold .... . Stephen Arnold . . Mary Arthaud . . Linda Artman . . . Paul Ayres ..... Melinda Babbitt . . Diane Baecht . . . Brenda Baker . . . Feridoon Bakhtiar . . . Bonnie Balcom . . Stephen Balderson . . . Richard Ballard . . . Michael Barger . . Beverly Barker . . Thomas Barker . . Charles Barnard . . Earlene Barnes . . James Barnett . . Charles Barnhill . . Norman Barrows . . . . . Jeanne Barta .... Cheryl Bates . . . James Baxter . . . Thomas Bear . . . Marsha Beaird . . Batavia, Ia. . . Unionville, Ia. ........Iran . . . . . Bucklin . . Qatar . . Muscatine, Ia. . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . St. Charles . . . . . Lancaster . . . Keokuk, Ia. . . . . Wellsville ........Iran . . Centerville, Ia. . . . . . Kirksville . . . . Wheeling . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . ...... Brunswick . . . . . St. Louis Ridgefield, N. J. . . . . Chillicothe ......,Iran . . . . . Meadville . Keosauqua, Ia. . . Knoxville, Ia. . . . Kirksville . . . Baring . . . Hannibal . . . Cedar, Ia. . . . . Luray . . . . Galt . . . . Bussey, Ia. . . . . . Kirksville Cedar Rapids, Ia. . . . . . Ames, Ia. . . . Hannibal , . . . Bloomfield, Ia. , ....... Revere Cecilia Beets .... ..... K irksville Margaret Benjamin . Donnellson, Ia. Jeannie Bentley . . ...-- Marceline Stephen Bertels . . ..... Laddonia Sherry Bertelsen . . ..,.... Meadville Vicki Biggs ...... . . . Mt. Pleasant, Ia. Barbara Birkness . ..... Hannibal Melvin Bissey .... Gary Blakely . . . David Blankenship Frances Bledsoe . . Leroy Bledsoe . . . Mary Blickhan . . .....LaPlata ,. . . Osceola, la. . . . . . Bloomfield, Ia! . . Eddyville, Ia. . . . Eddyville, Ia. . . . . .Taylor M-, S' Connie Bliefnick Gary Blinkinsop Becky Boal . . . Joan Bobeen . . Norris Boehm . Stephen Bognar - . . . , Salisbury Marengo, Ia. fWinfield, Ia. . . . . . Troy Sigourney, Ia. . . . . . . Florissant Doug Blunt is busy trying to sell gifts to Betty McLain and Steve Rhoads during the Christmas rush. Class ofl 972 Paul Booth .... David Bouge . . . Susan Bowles . . Patrick Bowzer . . Charles Branham Monty Branstetter Jane Brassfield . . Vernon Brewer . . Lana Brice .... John Brickley . . . Doris Brockshus . Gloria Brown . . . Carol Broyles . , James Brown . . . Peter Buban Jr .... Gary Buckingham Donald Bundy . . Ronald Bureman . Mark Burgason . Terence Burgin . . James Burke . . . William Burke . . Ruth Ann Burkemper . . Loretta Burlage . John Burns .... Mary Busch .... Barbara Buttery . Leonard Cain . . . Richard Carella . . Virginia Carlson . Gerald Carmody . Dennis Carroll . . Stephen Carpenter Jean Carter .... Christine Catron . . . . . . Louisiana . . Burlington, Ia. . . Appleton City . . . . Macon . . . Mexico . . Curryville . . . . . Trenton . . . . Kansas City . . Washington, Ia. . Birmingham, Ia. . Williamsburg, Ia. ......Moberly . . . . . Trenton . . . . Mercer . . . Quincy, Il. . . . Rock Falls, Il. Columbus City, Ia. . . . . . Lexington . . . Fairfield, Ia. . . . Dundee, Ia. . . . Hubbard, Ia. . . . Shrewsbury . . Old Monroe . . . Moberly . . Brookfield Cedar Rapids, la. . . . . . . Ollie, Ia. . . . Williamstown . . . . Hudson Falls, N. Y. . ..... Wellman, Ia. . . Oak Park, Il. . . . Monroe City . . . . . Rothville . . . . Bettendorf, la. . . . . Lewistown Coach Sloan uses various methods to encourage his players on to victory. Class ofl 972 Danny Clark . . . John Clark .... Michael Clark . . Lloyd Cleaver . . Carol Cleeton . . . Virginia Cleeton . Douglas Clermont . . . Drennan Cloyd . . Glynda Collier . . John Collett , . . Franklin Collop . . . Steven Collopy . . Cynthia Comegys Richard Constance Theresa Constantino . . . Mary Cook ...... .....Galt . . St. Louis . . Macon . . Macon . . Kirksville . . . . . Milan . . . Kirkwood . . Staunton, Il. . . . . . Mercer . . Kirksville . . . Kirksville . . . Clinton, Ia. . . . Carlisle, Ia. . . . . Kearney . . Roxana, Il. ......Edina Barbara Cooper . . . . . . Kirksville James Cooper . . . ..... Kirksville Kathleen Corkery . . ...... Chariton, Ia. Deborah Cornick . . . . . . Richard Cottrell . . . ..... Clarksville Barbara Courtney . . . . . Bobby Cox .... Connie Cox .... William Cox . . . Morning Sun, Ia. Ft. Madison, Ia. . . Seymour, Ia. . . . . Corydon, Ia. . . . Ottumwa, Ia. Anthony Cetta .... . . Louisa Chadwell . Roy Chamberlain William Chambers Carl Chayer .... . . James Chandler . Theresa Chiarottino . . . Gary Chidester . . . . . . Lonnie Clair .... . Cynthia Clark . . . . . . Keokuk, Ia. . . . . . Snyder, N. Y. . . St. Louis . . Hannibal Round Lake, Il. . . Chesterfield . . . Kirksville Blakesburg, Ia. . . . . Hurdland . . Carthage, Il. lt.-S. Q21 Qs ,-Q Barton Crawford . . Cherie Crawford . . . Randall Crawford . . . Bonnie Cronbaugh . . . Jay Crump ...... Stephen Cullen ....... Wesley Cunningham . . Richard Curio ...... Dale Curtis ....., James Davenport . . Frederick Davis . . Gary Davolt ....... Randall Dawson .... Margaret De Crescenzo Cheryl De Witt .... John Dean ....... James Defebo ...... Joyce Deffenbaugh . . . Roger Demarest . . . Harry Deppe . . . Rebecca Deskin . . Jerry Diamond . . . Larry Dickinson . . . Mary Dickinson . . Robert Dickson . . Dennis Dietzman . . . Maurine Dobson . . . John Dodge ..... Karen Dolan . . . Linda Donath . . Deborah Dougherty . . Mikel Douglas ..., Jean Downey .,.. Kathryn Draper . . Nancy Duncan . . . Sharon Duncan . . Sandra Dwyer . . . Jimmie Dye . . . Marilyn Eager . . . Patricia Early . . Richard Eberlin . . Helen Eckhardt .... Douglas Edwards . . . Linda Edwards . . . Joan Egan .... Thomas Eiselt . , . Charol Eitel . . . Judith Elam . . . Kevin Elliott . . . Martha Elliott . . . . . . Baylis, ll. . . . . Trenton . . . . Winfield, la. . . . Hartwick, la. . . . . Kirksville . . . . . Rockford, Il. . ......... Spickard . . . Brentwood, N. Y. .........Elmer ...New Cambria . . . . . Galt . . . . Bucklin . . . . Kansas City . . . Opheim, Mt. . . . . Kirksville . . . Brentwood, N. Y. . . . . . Waynesville . . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . . . . Brookfield . . . St. Louis . . . La Plata . . Newton, Ia. . . . . Jamesport . . . Keokuk, Ia. . . Unionville . . Farmington, Ia. .,....Leon,Ia. . . . . . Memphis . . . Kirksville . . , Emden . . . Bridgeton . . . Wentzville . . . Richland, Ia. .......Brashear . . . Bettendorf, Ia. . . . Columbia . . . . Silex . . Unionville . . . Memphis . . . . Edina Arlington Heights, ll. . . . . . . Bettendorf, la. ........Moberly . . . . Euless, Tx. . . . Mediapolis, la. . . Spirit Lake, la. . . . Green Castle . . . . . . Vandalia . . . Centerville, la. . .,... Mexico 271 Mary Emke .... Sherry Epperson . . James Erlbacher . . James Evans ,... Marilyn Everts . . Catherine Faber ..... Mehrdad Farahmand Peter Falotico .... Virginia Feldpausch Marcia Fenton ..... Ruby Ferguson . . . Barbara Feys . . . Mark Firks .... Samuel Fischer . . . Kenneth Fleak . . Howard Foglesong . Peggy Force ..... Rosemary Ford . . . Shirlene Foster . . Terry Forsythe . . Karen Foundree . . . Anna Fox ..... Susan Frahm . . . Jane Franklin . . . Patricia Frazer . . James French . . . Carolyn Frevert . . . Lane Froneyberger . Deborah Fry ..... Mary Fry ..... Annetta Fuenfhausen Ronnie Fulbright . . Sharon Fulks . . . John Fuoto . . . James Gantt . . . Gwennyth Gardner . William Gates .... Daryl Gerken . . . Diane Gettings . . Robert Geyer . . . Judith Gheens . . . Jackie Gill ..... Harlan Gilmore . . . Frank Giurleo . . . Marie Gladbach . . . Barbara Glanz . . Patricia Goeke . . Daryl Goepfert . . Brenda Gooch . . . Mary Good . . . . . St. Charles . . . . Vandalia . .... Harlan, Ia. . . . . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . Grundy Center, Ia. . . Blakesburg, Ia. ..,......Iran . . Ridgefield, N. J, . . . Caseyville, Il. . . . Chariton, Ia. . . . Ewing . . St. Louis . . . Florissant . . , Moberly . . Kirksville . . Kirksville . . Russell, Ia. . . . Glenwood . . . Sumner . . . Lancaster . . . Huntsville . . . . . Hannibal . . . Burlington, Ia. . . Ottumwa, Ia. ......Milan . . Mexico . . Fayette . . . Kirksville . . . . Hazelwood . . . Lineville, Ia. . . Salisbury . . . . . Columbia ........Milan . . Bay Shore, N. Y. . . . . . LaGrange .......Edina . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . New Florence . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . St. Louis . . . Keytesville ., ...... Kansas City ...........Hannibal S. Hackensack, N. J. . . . . . . . . . Keytesville . . . . Kinross, Ia. . . . Jefferson City . . Maquoketa, Ia. . . . . . Salisbury . . , Bloomfield, Ia. 'lk 0t"',t Gerald Goodin . . .... Princeton' Cheryl Goodman . . , , , R056 Hill, lu. Edwin Goon Moberl Robert Gorzynski . . . . . Chicago, Il. Shifleb' G0Wdy - - .... Kirksville Margaret Grace . . . . . Oskaloosa, Ia. Campus improvements were many this year. Indications show a new sidewalk leading to the Student Union. Class of1972 John Graham . . Wayne Grant . . Terry Gravemann Donald Graves . Lucinda Gray . . Paul Gray . . . James Green . . . Daron Greene . . John Grice .... Carroll Griffith . Paula Grubbs , . Richard Grugin . Larry Gruwell . . Charles Guzman Kenneth Haase . Mona Hagar . . Judith Haley . . . Jack Halferty . . Margaret Hall . . Michael Halterman . . Jane Hamilton , . Omar Hammond Donald Hanke , . DeRaye Hansen . Penny Harkey . . Debra Harris . . George Harris . . Herman Harris . . . . . Homestead, Fl. . . . . . Charleston . . . St. Charles . . . . Fulton . . . Mercer . . . . . Browning . . . . El Centro, Ca. . . . . . St. Louis . . . . Browning . . Clarksville . . Chesterfield ......Callao . ...... Kirksville . . . . . Mansfield, Oh. . . . . . Niota, Il. .......LaPlata . . . Bowling Green .......Revere ......Holliday . . Waterloo, Ia. . . . Miles, la. . . . Meadville . . . Overland . . Clinton, Ia. . . . Kirksville . . . Macon . . . St. Louis , . . . Macon Kathy Harris . . - - Kirksville Walter Harris . . - - KIFKSVIHC Sharon Harrison . . . ...... Sl. L0lliS Kathy Harter . . . Linda Hartley . . Raymond Hartz . Sharen Hartz . . . , ..... Ottumwa, la. Cedar Rapids, la. , , . . . Davenport, la. ,. . . Moline, ll. 273 274 , ,, , Randy Dawson, President of Sigma Tau Gamma, is shown holding his ransom of canned goods after being captured by Delta Zeta sorority members during their Christmas food collection project. Class of1972 Sarah Hetherington Melvin Hickie . . . Robert Hodal . . . Roger Holland . . . Carol Holtkamp . . William Homan . . Shahrokh Hoveydai Mary Howard . . . Carol Howell .... Donald Huckla . . . . Dianna Hudson . . Vickie Huechteman James Huff ..... Larry Huggins . . Stanley Huggins . . Susan Hull . . . Nikki Hunt ..... Johann Huprich . . Verl Hutchison . . Kathryn Ifland . . Dennis Ingram . . Virginia Irwin . . . Johnny Isaacs . . . Mostafa Izadi . . . Beverly Jackson . . Oskaloosa, Ia. Centerville, Ia. . . . . Memphis . . Collins, Ia. . Jefferson City . . . . Shelbina . . . . . . . Iran . Williamstown . . . . . Macon . . Madison, Il. . Ottumwa, Ia. Burlington, Ia. . . . Brunswick Bloomfield, Ia. Bloomfield, Ia. . . . Moline, Il. . ...... Albia, Ia. West Point, Ia. . Moulton, Ia. . . . St. Louis . . . . Leon,,Ia. . . Quimby, Ia. . . . . Wheeling . ......... Iran Bethlehem, Pa. Jack Hawkins . . . . . Galva, Il. Larry Hawkins . . . . . Moberly Constance Hayden . . Hannibal Diane Hazen . . . . . Greentop Ruth Healy . . . ..... Fulton Gary Heinike . . . . . . Kirksville Craig Henson . . . . . . Blockton, Ia. Kristy Hermsen . . . . . . Newton, Ia. Kathryn Hervey . Elizabeth Hesse . Keosauqua, Ia. Rochester, Mn. Av' Ruth Jackson . . Gregory James . Janet Jay ..... Barbara Jenisch . . . , , Carol Johns .... , Claude Johnson . . . Everett Johnson Gale Johnson . . . Janice Johnson . . , Jesse Johnson . . Barrett Jones . . Carolyn Jones . . Jacqueline Jones . Jacquelyn Jones . . . Linda Jones .... Richard Jones . . Thomas Jones . . William Jones . . Thomas Judge . . . , , Donald Kautzner . Stephen Kedley . . . Ronnie Kellison . . . Gwenith Kells . . Kathy Kelly . . . Kevin Kelly . . . Carol Kennedy . . Richard Kenney . . . Leslee Kern .... Ona Kerr ..... Nader Khaghani.. . . Bert Kimble . . . Kenneth Kirby . . . . Deborah Kitchen . Daniel Klein . . . Joyce Klein . . . Richard Klinkerfuss . . . Celeste Knierim .... Donald Knoche . . Colleen Knock . . . . Elaine Koch . . . Leslie Kohler . . . Dennis Kolarik . . . . Janice Kosser . . Mark Krueger . . Mickael Kruse . . Jean Kurz ...... David Lademann . . . Richard Lagemann Richard Lake . . . Margaret Langford . . Kansas City . . . , . . Shelbina . . . . . Brookfield Montgomery City . . . , Queen City . . . . , Kirksville . . New Florence . . New Florence . West Point, Ia. . . . . . St. Louis . . . . Arbela . . Alexandria . . . Eldon, Ia, . . . . . Cairo . . . Unionville . . Lemoore, Ca. . . . . Columbia , . . . . . Macon . . . Clinton, Ia. River Vale, N. J. . . Miles, Ia. . . . . . Kirksville . ...... Russell, Ia. Mason City, Ia. Charles City, Ia. . Burlington, Ia. . . . . . Kirksville Ft. Madison, Ia. . Keosauqua, Ia. .......Iran ......Baring . Centerville, Ia. ......Bevier . . . Harlan, Ia. . New Milford, N. J. . . . Augusta . . . St. Louis . . . Nauvoo, Il. . Bowling Green . . . . St. Louis . . . . Kirksville . . . . . Hannibal . Davenport, Ia. . . . . . . Edina . . Massena, la. . . . Vandalia . . . Marshall . . Elsberry . . . . Bevier . . . Samoa 275 K fx-ylfg V . , 4 E P r ,S fi l 1 ' i i i i 'li l i l ,,f .liiff ,l',l' viii l l.a gi 'i it l l 5 gl :it l i ,lull ,i Q 4 ly l l i' D' wi, li Il, lf E ii E ill iii l W i'l iii ill iii lit ll'l ilwl .lil ,gi ilfg WH ll'l lil, fi :IV lil if l l l l l i l l 1..l i il ,i, il F. .lf , i l l 1 ii ii M i ll ll l il 'i if l ig i il! li ill i ii liilll ll lligl all i ii ll ii ii lil E l ll i .liw i il A ,. lttike-we V 276 Jimmy Latta .... Barbara Laughlin . . Ellen Lavinder . . Kathy Lawton . . Linda Leake . . Linda Leander . . George Lee .,.... Kathryn Lehnhoff . . Janet Leman .... Nick Lenon .... Angela Leone . . . Paul Lesser . . . Connie Lewis . . . Rosita Lewis . . . Bella Liang . . . Joyce Lichte . . . Patricia Little .... Kristin Linneman . . Jerry Linson ..... Janice Livingston . . Warren Livingston . . Brenda Locke .... David Lowenberg . . Janice Lowenberg . . Randall Lown . . Donald Lucas .... Richard Luegering . Kathy Luetkemeyer . Ellen Lumley ..... Lynnette Lunkley . . Robert Maddex . . . Bijan Maheronnaohsh Calvin Malcolm . . . Kenneth Marlin . . . Rory Marner . . . Carol Marsch .... Stephanie Marshall . Charlotte Mayer . . Lois Mayes ...... Shirley McAllister . . Austin McBee . . . Barbara MeBee . . . Marvin McCann . . Leo McCloskey . . . John McCloud . . Curtis McClurg . . . Vicki McCollum . . . Gary McCormick . . Laura McCracken . . Linda McDannold . . . . . . , . Hannibal , . . . Davenport, Ia. . . . Benton City . . . Atlantic, Ia. New London, Ia. . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . Peabody, Ms. . ..... St. Charles . . . Davenport, Ia. .......Macon ......Memphis . . . Bettendorf, Ia. . . . Mendota, Il. . . . Brunswick . . . Taiwan . . . Lexington . . Clinton, Ia. . . . . . Salisbury . . . . New Cambria . . Galesburg, Il. . . . Hazelwood . . . . Hannibal . . . Hedrick, Ia. . Donnellson, Ia. South English, Ia. ........Revere . . . . . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . ..... Quincy, Il. .....LaBelle . . Agency, Ia. . . . . Lentner . . . . . . . Iran . . Carman, Il. . . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . Lone Tree, Ia. ......Fulton . . . . . Davenport, Ia. ........Hurdland . . . Kansas City, Ks. .......Mendon . . . Kirksville .........Greentop .........Osceola,la. . . . North Kingstown, R. I. .........Hannibal . . . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . . . Vandalia . . Batavia, Ia. . . . Shelbyville . . Middletown ff 2 LW Jack McDermott . Mary McGrath . . Gregory McKinnon Ginny McMains 1 . . . Timothy McQuary Cindy McQuay . . Des Moines, la. . .... . . Ferguson New London, la. . . . Hannibal . Centerville, Ia. Macon 1 NMSC coed relaxes in the confines of her dorm in anticipation of another day's frustrations. Class ofl 972 Dennis McVay . . . Mark McVay .... Randy McVay ,... Christi McWilliams . Clyde Meier ..... Diane Meierotto . . Lawrence Merrick . . Pamela Mestemacher Daniel Milam ..... Margaret Milder . . . James Miller . . . Penelope Miller . . . Ronald Miller . . Steven Mincks . . Larry Mitchell . . Randall Mitchell . . Michael Moes . . . Duane Monroe ..l. David Montgomery . Gerald Montgomery Tony Montgomery . Lora Moore ...... Janice Morin ..... Mary Morris . . . Thomas Morris . . . Elizabeth Morrissey . Rickey Morrow . . . Jahanba Mortezapour Judy Motter ..... Mary Mudd . . Phyllis Mudd . . . Marla Mundell . . . Myra Musgrove . . . Clifford Myers .... Michael Nanneman . . . Oskaloosa, la, . , . . Ottawa, ll. . . Burlington, Ia. . . . Bellevue, Oh. . Des Moines, Ia. . West Point, la. . . . Corydon, Ia. . . . . Florissant . . . . Clifton Hill . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . Stuart, la. . . Norwalk, Ia. . . Norwalk, Ia. . . Seymour, la. . . . . . Paris . Buckingham, Ia. Cedar Rapids, la. . . . . Dysart, Ia. . . Novinger . . . Kirksville ......Linneus Marshalltown, la. . . . . Lincoln, R. l, . , Sigourney, Ia. ......Purdin . . Ottumwa, la. New London, la. ........lran . ..., Kirksville . . . Silex . . . . . O'Fallon . . . New London .......Gorin . . . Quincy, ll. . . , Salisbury 278 As leader of the student senate, Brooke Williams finds it neces- sary to chair the discussion concerning Homecoming. Class of 1 972 Daniel Nu esse n . . ....... Quincy, 11. Cynthia Oakie . .lon Obermann . Mary O'Brien . Mary Oestreich Gary Ogden . . Harold Ogle . . Karen Olson . . Mary Olson . . Sharon Orf . . . Farol Oshner . . Myron Ousley . John Overton . . Phillip Palmer . Maupati Panapa . . . . . Kathryn Park . . Robert Parker . Dorothy Pauly . Harry Pearl . . . Frederick Peeks Michael Peirce . Harlan Penn . . Thomas Peoples Janell Perkins . . . Constance Peters New Sharon, la. . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . . Arbela . . . Salisbury . . Unionville, Ia. . . . . Kirksville . ......... Ewing . . . Dallas City, Il. . . . . St. Charles . . . Labelle . . . . Brunswick . .... Carlisle, Ia. .......Purdin . American Samoa Marshalltown, Ia. ...,..St.Ann . . .... Washington, Ia. . . . W. Des Moines, Ia. . Wilton Jct., Ia. . Wilton Jct., Ia. . . . . Kirksville . . . . . Leonard . . . Cantril, Ia. . . . . . . Ottumwa, Ia. Nola Neil .... . .... Brookfield 'XZ Patrick Newell . Wanda Newland . . . Denver, Ia. . . . ...... Downing Gary Nichols . . . . . . Williamstown Kent Nickerson Nancy Niday . . Deborah Nielsen Stephen Niester . . . . . . St. Catherine . . Corydon, Ia. Des Moines, Ia. . . Grinnell, Ia. Yupayong Nimsomboon ...... Thailand Richard Novinger .... . . . Kirksville - l ' P RW gi- , 9 'G' 4 i 1 l l I l l l l Larry Peters . . , Gene Phillips . . . Kathy Phillips . . Gary Pieper .... Rebecca Pierce . . . Deborah Placht . . . , Terry Polles .... Raymond Porter . Grundy Center, Ia, .....,.Kahoka . . Wapello, la. ... . O'Fallon . . . Tipton, Ia. . . . . .New Haven . . Mansfield, Oh. . . Washington, Ia. Catherine Powell . . . . . . Montgomery City Lee Powers ..... Darlene Poyner . . Jane Pratt ..... Lynn Prinster . . . Gene Proctor . . . Stephen Proctor . . Michael Proffitt . . Loa Provance . . Susan Provance . . Jeannine Pryor . . . Rita Quincer . . . Margaret Raining . Danny Ray ..... Richard Ray . . . Daniel Rector . . Patsy Redden . . Vicki Reese .... Cindy Reynolds .... . Deborah Reynolds . Randy Reynolds . . Dennis Richardson . . . David Riedemann . Karen Riley ..... Ray Riley ...... Michael Riordan . David Ritchie .... Nancy Ritchie . . Carl Ritz ..... James Roberts . . Juanita Roberts . . . Larry Roberts . . Teresa Robeson .... Brenda Robinson . Christy Robinson . . . Marjorie Roderick . . Beverly Rodgers . . Amaurys Rodriguez Eugene Roedder . . . . Homer Rogers . . . Richard Rogers . . . . Robert Rogers . . ......St.Louis . . . . . Jesup, Ia. . . Cedar Falls, Ia. . . . . . . O'Fallon . . Bloomfield, Ia. . . Burlington, la. . . . St. Charles . . . . Trenton . . . . Trenton . . . . . . Hannibal . . . Shabbona, Il. . . . . . Kirksville Marshalltown, Ia. . . . . . Unionville . . Keokuk, Ia. . . . Auxvasse . . . . . Kirksville . . Davenport, la. . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . Kirksville . , . Kirksville . . . Primchar, Ia. . . . . . Atlanta . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . Peabody, Ma. . . . . Sturgeon . Des Moines, la. . Bloomfield, la. ......Liberia . .,... Milan . . Lancaster . . . Moline, Il. . . Brrokfield . . . . Harris . . . . Kirksville . . . Winfield, la. . . . . . Venezuela . Webster Groves ........Gorin . . Burlington, Ia. . . . . . Kirksville 279 ' 1 4 l l 1 t l 5 l 4 l ,, l l 'l l 1 it l l lf' tsl, li f li it ll f. 'l fi li 1 l 1 I I i l l l tt, it Q, it in ll lt ,l li lil ltr, Wil lil, vt, z lilly HV In QU' lil lt: ,lla ,lil llil 'll ill, M, ill Nl lit E 5, ll tl l gl lr l Q, ti li l l I fl t s l L Nl H l ll li, I till ll, l .lambs Class ofl 972 Diane Ross ..... Diane Rukgaber . , . Manouchehr Saffar . Nersi Sahba ..... Lorenzo Sanchez . . Barry Sargeant . . . Phyllis Sargent . . . Stephen Sawyer . . . Steven Sayre ..... Elizabeth Schoonover Phyllis Schoonover . Rebecca Schreiber . . Sharon Schuetz .... Darrell Schwieter. . Joseph Scott ..... Angela Seals . . . Carol Sees .... Kenneth Selix . . . Daryl Shafer . . . Connie Shearon . . . Charles Shelton . . . John Shilling . . . Jack Shilt .... William Sick . . . Michael Sissel . . Jeri Six ...... Tommy Skinner . . . Esther Slaton ..... Nancy Slemmons . . Michael Small . . . David Smith . . . Joan Smith ,.., Majiel Smith . . . Rose Smith . . . Susan Smola . . . Patricia Snapp . . . Leslie Snellgrove . . Janice Spencer . . Daniel Spies ..... Danny Springer . . . Linda Stagner .... Matthew Stallings . . James Starbuck . . Max Starbuck . . Marylee Stark . . Jean Steck .... Becky Stelpflug . . Peggy Stempel . . . June Stephenson . , Janie Stevenson . . . . ......... St. Charles . . . Mt, Pleasant ........Iran ....,.....Iran . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . Florissant . , Meadville . . Jackson . , Unionville . . . Clarence . . Pollock . . . Revere . . Meadville . . . Moberly . . , Moberly . . East Moline, Il. . . . . Kirksville . . Udell, Ia. . . . Novinger . . . Vandalia . . . . Kirksville . . . Humphreys . . . Newtown .....St. Louis . . . Stockton, Ia. . . . Fairfield, Ia. . . . . . Hannibal .......Madison . . West Chester, Ia. ........Arbela . . . . . . Kansas City Medford Lakes, N. J. . . . . . . . Jamesport ........Moberly . . Fulton .........Harris . North Canton, Oh. . . . . . . . Kirksville . . Park Ridge, N. J. . . . . . . Alexandria . . . St. Louis . . . St. Louis . . Queen City . . . Queen City . . . St. Louis . . . Carman, Il. . . Ankeny, Ia. . . . Ollie, Ia. . . . Green City . . . Wheeling Linda Stewart . Patty Stiles . . Daryl Strickland Martha Street . Curtis Stude . . Rosalee Suchsland . . . . Kirksville Ottumwa, la. Lack City, Ia. . . . . Linneus . . Warrenton . . Chillicothe Je a- A f As a change of pace, students utilize the rifle range facilities lo- cated in the basement of Nason Hall. Leonard Sullivan . . Jimmy Sumners . . . Carman Sundling . . Chiraporn Suwanraks Louise Swain ..... Denna Swan . . . Sheryll Swanson . . Michael Swindell . . Donna Swon ..... Deborah Syferd . . . Vickie Terpstra . . . Rosalind Tester . . . Ivan Thompson . . . Walter Thompson . . Howard Thronburg . Michael Thrasher . . William Thudium . . Fredrick Timmerberg Carol Tipton ..... Charlene Tipton . . . Gary Tobben . . Julio Toledo . . . Mary Tophinke . . Gregory Tracy .... Sirichai Tridhavee . . Caril Tucker . . . Glinda Tucker . . . John Tucker . . . Linda Tucker . . Marvin Tuttle . . . Kathryn Tyler . . . James Ulry ..... David Umbarger . . . Marcia Utterback . . Sharon Utterback . . Maryland Heights . . . . . . Madison . Des Moines, Ia. . . . . . . Thailand . . . . Columbia . . . . . Vandalia . Des Moines, la. . . . . . Madison . . Center . . Macon . New Sharon, Ia. . . Iowa City, la. . . . . . Florissant . . La Plata . . Moberly . . Shelbyville . . . . Brookfield . . Valley Park . . . Queen City . . . . Atlanta . . . Washington . Los Teques, Ve. . Bowling Green . . . Decatur, Il. . . . . Thailand . . Williamstown . . Williamstown . . . , Newtown . . Williamstown . . . Corydon, la. . . . Carlisle, la. , . . . . Louisiana . . . Kcokuk, Ia. . . Ottumwa, la. . . . . . Perry 281 282 As the semester draws to a close, students are forced to spend more time doing assignments and projects. Class of1972 Paul Walker . . . Sally Walker . . . Brenda Walz . . . Gary Ward . . . Linda Ward . . Mary Warren . . . Sherril Warren . . . Charlotte Watkins . Daniel Watkins . . Donnie Waybill . . . . Jo Ella Waybill . . Linda Waybill . . . Robert Weatherford Clark Weaver . . . Gary Webb . . . Warren Weber . . Larry Weede .... Craig Weideman . . Eugenia Weigel . . Andrew Weisenborn Linda Wells .... William Welty . . Rhea Werts .... Kristin Westhoff . . Joan Whipple . . . . . . Monroe City . . . . . Fayette . . . . Ferguson . . . Milton, Ia. . . . Milton, Ia. . . . Wheeling . . . . . . Chula . . . Shelbyville . . . LeClaire, Ia. . Bloomfield, Ia. . Bloomfield, Ia. . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . . . Clarence Marshalltown, Ia. Cocoa Beach, Fl. . . . ...Atlanta . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . Killdufl, Ia. . . Kansas City ....Macon . . . . . Glasgow . . . Tipton, Ia. . . . . Russell, la. ........O'Fallon Mt. Pleasant, la. John Vandike . . Dennis Van Fleet Stephen Vaughn Neala Veenstra . 'Ronald Vickers . . Janet Victor . . Richard Vierling Warren Waddell Linda Waddill . Rose Wade . . . . Lancaster Corydon, Ia. , , . . Jacksonville . Bussey, Ia. . . St. Louis . . . Pevely Oakville,,,la. Fox Lake, Il. . . Brookfield . Miami, Fl. X A , vc. tQfslfa gs 9 : may M5752 ., J, . 14 Q' f W mf , X its , W if sg' 'Fil' Gini 'Sm 1 ., tf T 'S . x M., A Q Q! .W ,. :R if .. 3 f Q as PV Jas. . Y , i, 2 . l V21 '55 Mary Wright . James Wyant . Gary Wylie . . Regina Yates . Jennifer Young Lynn Zechman Andrew Zinger Jeffrey Zinnert . Marion, Ia. . . . Pollock . . Marceline Monroe City . , Hannibal Bellevue, Oh. , , . . Wilton Jct., la. Keokuk, la, Dean Whitcher . Gary White . . . Herbert White . . Lois White . . , Larry Whitham . . . Gerald Whitmore . . . . . . . West Union, Ia. . . . Keokuk, la. , . Ottumwa, Ia. Farmington, Ia. Washington, la. Buckingham, la. Karen Widmann . . . , . Morris Plains, N. J Carol Wiggins .... . . Jonathan Wilcox . . . John Wiles ..... Jerry Wilhoit . . . Judy Wilhoit . . Liza Wilkinson , . Alvin Williams , . . . . . . Clinton, Ia. . . LeClaire, Ia. . , . Unionville . . . Clarksville . . . Clarksville . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . St. Louis Greg Williams . . . . . Moberly Deborah Willig . . . . Grundy Center, Ia. Jerry Willis ...... ,....... A tlanta Jacqueline Wilmot . . . . . . Plano, Ia. Harold Wilson . . . .... Revere Jimmy Wilson . . . . . . Milan Zenta Wilson ....., . . Ft. Madison, Ia. Theodore Windels . . . ..... Meadville William Winkler . . .... Huntsville Gloria Wiskirchen . . ..... Ewing Patricia Wittler . . . . . . Chillicothe Susan Woltjen . . . . . Harry Wood . . . . . . Johnie Wood . . Ann Woods .... Sharon Woods . . This studious-looking young man seems to escape from the tedium at Baldwin Hall. . . . . St. Louis Des Moines, Ia. .....LaPlata . . . La Plata . . . Berkeley be in a hurry to ll! J' 4 I.:-' Jean Abernathy . Barbara Adams . Cindia Agee , . . Susan Ahern . . Larry Allen . . . Diane Ancell . . . Arlys Anderson . Dana Anderson . Linda Anderson . Rodney Anderson Susan Anderson . Alice Andrews . . Karen Appeltauer Frank Arcioni . . Sharon Arnold . . Linda Asher . . . Nila Atwood . . Homer Avis . . . Asped Avakian . . Janet Axthelm . . Charles Ayers . . Philip Ayers . . Diane Baird . . . Anthony Baker . . James Baker . . Leona Baker . . . Shirley Baker . . Percy Baldwin . . Donna Ball .... Kathleen Banta . John Bargar . . . Linda Barnes . . . Joann Bartlett . . Marilyn Bartley . Paula Beck .... . Cedar Rapids, Ia. . . . . . . Kirksville . . . Rutledge . . . . . Plevna . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . . Moberly ......Albia, Ia. . . Park Ridge, Il. Pleasant Valley, Ia. . New Sharon, Ia. . . . Winfield, Ia. . . . . . Mexico .,...LaPlata . . . Muskegon, Mi. . . . . . Kirksville . . . Marceline . . . Kirksville . . . Warrenton ........Iran . . . Ottumwa, Ia. ......Macon . . . . Green City . . . . Ottumwa, Ia. ......St.Louis . Mt. Pleasant, Ia. . . St. Louis . . Kirksville ......St.Louis . . . . . Brookfield . Englewood, N. J. . . Macon . . . . Vandalia . . St. Charles . . . St. Louis . . Manning, Ia. 'Game's been exciting, huh?" Friends discuss the action of the basketball game during halftime. 1 Charley Beckert David Behle . . James Behymer Karen Bell . . . Regene Bell . . Sandra Belville . . Memphis . . . Elsberry . . ....... Hannibal New Sharon, Ia. . . Kennett . . . Troy Michael Benda . . Patricia Benedict . James Benn . . . Kitty Bennett .... Darlene Benskin . . La Verne Bergmann Kevin Berke .... Conne Berlekamp . Nancy Berry .... Donna Bigham . . . Rebecca Bird . . Greg Biseman . . . Susan Bishop .... Rebecca Blanchard Elaine Bode .... Michael Bond . . . Linda Boone .... James Boswell . . . Sue Botham . . . Barbara Bowen . . Jean Bowen . . . Patricia Bowen . . Leslie Bowers . . . Kathleen Bowman . Ronald Breuer . . . Cindy Broemmer . Debbie Brower . . Audrie Brown . . . Nelson Brown . . . Patricia Brown . . . Lea Broyles . . . Jeffrey Brunk . . . Alice Bryant .... Arlene Brzuszkiewicz . . Virginia Bue .... Nancy Buford . . . Sharon Burgeois . . Richard Burger . . Susan Burger . . Mary Burghoff . . . Susan Burkemper . Judith Burns .... Billy Burse ..... Michael Burton . . Ronald Burton . . Charlisa Bush . . . Ronald Buswell . . Anacleto Butay . . Kenneth Buttgen . . . - . Keith Byars .... Belle Plaine, la, . . . . Hannibal . . . Frankford . . . Shelbyville . . Chillicothe . . . Denver, la. Des Moines, la. . . . St. Charles . . . . . . . Galt . . Macon . . . Madison . . . . St. Ann . . . . Lexington . Iowa City, Ia. . Jefferson City ......Affton . Davenport, Ia. . . . . St. Louis . . . Jacksonville . . . Kirksville . . . Marion, Ia. . . Shelbyville . . . Kirksville . . ..... O'Fallon . . Wright City . . . . Hannibal Ft. Madison, Ia. . . . Plainville, Il. . . . . Vandalia . . Quincy, Il. . . . Kirksville . . . Revere . . . Udell, la. . . Wheeling, Il. . . . . . Bethel . . . Knox City . . . . St. Louis . Unionville, Ia. . . Davenport, Ia. . . . Normandy . . St. Charles . . . Glenwood . . . . . Macon . . Kansas City . . . Huntsville . . . Stoutsville . . . . Newark . . Kehaha, Hi. . Davenport, la. . . . . Clarence 286 Rebecca Cafer . . Vicki Calloway . . Jeri Cambron . . . Thomas Campbell . Alfred Caporizzo . , . Judith Carey .... Aubrey Carpenter . Cathy Carter .... John Carter . . . Kem Cavanah .... Marcia Chamberlain Pintip Chaumpluk . Jody Chiappy .... Joe Chinn ..... Gary Christy .... Michael Church . . Michael Clark . . . Regina Clark . . Steve Clem . . Barbara Cleveland . Mary Cochran . . . Rebecca Cochran . . Shirley Cochran . . Cecelia Cofer . . . Jacqueline Coffey . . . . . Teresa Collier . . . Brian Combs . . . Bonnie Congdon . . Terry Coons .... Paul Copenhaver . . Sharon Copenhaver Harris Cowgill . . . Ted Cox ....... Connie Crawford . . David Crawford . . Ann Creath .... Brenda Cribb . . . Margaret Crouse . . Marcella Crump . . Patricia Curlott . . . Mary Curtis .... Alan D'Souza .... Eufemis D'Souza . . Jane Daggett . . . Kathleen Dahms . . Peggy Daily .... David Damron . , . Dennis Danforth . . Louise Daniels . . . . . . Vandalia . . . . Columbia . . Indianola, la. . . . . Kirksville Ronald Cambron . . . - , , . . . Wilton Jct., Ia. . . Stamford, Ct. . . . . . . Macon . . . Stoutsville . . Kirksville . . . Maywood . . . Marceline . . . Atlanta . . . Thailand . . . York, Pa. . . Powersville . . . Humphreys . . Jerseyville, Il. . . . . . Hannibal . . . . . Edina . . . St. Peters . Donnellson, Ia. . . . Middletown . . . . Trenton . . . . Milan . . St. Charles . New Sharon, Ia. .......Rolla . . . Mason City, Ia. . . . . Wever, Ia. . . Hannibal . Bowling Green . . . . . Kirksville .......Milan . . Van Wert, la. . . . . . Memphis ......Galt . . Cantril, Ia. . . La Plata . . . Lemons . . . Ashland East Moline, Il. . . . . . Laddonia . . Kirksville . . . Kirksville . . Earlam, Ia. Marshalltown, la. . . Lock Springs . . . . Kirksville . . Williamstown . . . Victor, Ia. Sherl Daniels . . . William Daniels Robert Darr . . Judith Davidson De Vonna Day .... . Deborah Deason . . Novinger . . Kirksville Hartford, la. Canton, Oh. . Lewistown . . . Mexico , QW Nemo Singers Simon Ramirez and Dennis Richardson help clean Snack Shop on Pancake Day sponsored by NEMOS. Class ofl 973 Henny De Bruin . . Jennie Debiore . . Gary DeBow ,... Blenna DeHart . . . Mary Deiling . . . Gary Dennis . . . Craig Derby .... Timothy DeRoo . . John Dersham . . . John DeVore . . Kay DeYarman . . Anthony DiMaria . Carolyn Dietrich . . Lawrence Dilks . . Keith Dimmit . . . Mohammad Djadidi Terry Dooley .... Clarence Dottrey . Diana Douglas . . . Rick Douglas . . Elizabeth Downing . . , Hannibal . . . . . Mercer . . . . . Marion, Ia. . . . Keosauqua, la. . . . Keokuk, Ia. .......Palo,Ia. . Des Moines, Ia. . . . . . Hannibal . . . . . Columbia . . . Seymour, Ia. . . Urbandale, Ia. . , . . . Lodi, N.j. . . . . . St. Ann . . . St. Charles . . . Ottumwa, Ia. ......Iran . . Queen City . . Kansas City . . . . . Hallsville . . Oskaloosa, la. . Paramus, N. J. Sandra Doyle .... ........ C enter Sharren Drury . . . Charles Dry . . . Dixie Duffield . . . Daniel Duncan . . . Susan Dunham . . James Durham . . Jolene Durham . . Karen Dwyer . . Nancy Dwyer . . . Terry Dykstra . . . Mary Eads ..... Jo Ann Eastman . . Ruth Echardt , . Marshalltown, Ia. . . . . . Palmyra . . . . . Huntsville Ft. Madison, la. . . . . . Kirksville . Wood River, ll. . . Ottumwa, Ia. ......Silex ........Silex , . Oskaloosa, la. . . Burlington, la. .. . . St. Louis . Stratford. Wi. 288 Patricia Edwards . Jane Ehrich .... Mary Ellerbrock . Karen Elliott . . Blytha Ellis . . . Ann Elsenrath . . . Calvin Erickson . . . John Ervin ..... John Evans , . . Karen Evans . . George Ewers . . . Linda Fairchild . . . Michael Fairfax . . . - Dennis Fallon . . . Paul Farris . Walter Finch . . . Jan Fletcher . . . Valleri Floyd . . . Robert Fohey . . . Gary Fort .... Leota Fort .... Sarah Foster . . Sharon Francis . . Michael Franke . . . Connie Frederick . . Ted F reel ..... Michael Fregoe . . . Carol French . . . Vivian French . . . Mark Friedman . . . Joan Fromme . . . Glenda Fry . . . Roger Fudge . . Alfred Fulton . . , Barbra Fuqua . . . Annie Gandy . . . Gayla Gardner . . Paul Garnett . . . George Gasser . . Jonathan Gassman . . . Norman George . John Georgetti . . Jane Gevecker . . Elnora Gifford . . . James Gillam . . Betty Gladney . . Linda Glammeyer Terry Glandon . . Jane Godfrey . . . Steve Goeke . . . . . . Chula . . . . . Laclede . . . . . St. Louis . . . Davenport, Ia. . . . Kirksville . . . Fulton . . . . Higbee . . . . Kearney . . . Jacksonville ......Clark . . Indianola, Ia. . . Eddyville, Ia. . . . . . . Kirksville . Bergenfield, N. J. .......Moberly . . . Bettendorf, Ia. . . . De Witt, Ia. . . . . Brashear . . . Hannibal . . Wellsville . . . . . . Louisiana Selfridge AFB, Mi. . . . . . . Florissant . . . . Novelty . . . Moline, Il. . . Carlisle, Ia. . . Marceline . . . . Mexico . . . Palmyra . . Florissant . . . St, Charles .......St.Ann . . . Burlington, Ia. . . Kankakee, Il. . . Barry, Il. . . . St. Louis . . . . Edina . . . Madison ......Potosi . . . Clinton, Ia. . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . Kirksville . . Jefferson City . . . Green City . . . Gibson, Ia. . . . . . . Elsberry ......Chana, Il. . . Washington, Ia. . . . Powersville . . . Kirksville Cfwgj' 13' sy X Q an 1- 5. , .2 53 D' ' f , S' , if 1 xy e 1 X TS' 'L' X 1 1: i X- was L i . . ,est 4, ., saw -1,'r::p,g. sk X I K? --.,. . - 1. ',1V-. if Nw A 1 ' 111 A , Q an l go ,Z K 1 N a 1 an 1 .web 6- 5 Y s ' Q X Z 0 Q sa.. . 1 l gi . 'uf 5 LaVern Hanus . . Lynne Harbison . Stephen Harkema . . Barbara Harland Zella Harlow . . . Harold Harness . Peggy Harrelson . . . Dysart, Ia. , . Richland, la. New Sharon, Ia. . . . . . Shelbina New London . . Ottumwa, Ia. . St. Charles Harold Harrington . . . . Cedar RaPid51 la- Mary Harrington . . Edina Barbara Harris . . . . South English Ia- Joyce Goodman . . Diane Gordy . . . Edward Gough , . Elizabeth Graff Elizabeth Green . . James Green .... Glenna Greening . Louis Gregory . . . Betsy Grice . . . Donald Griffin . . David Griggs .... . Kathey Griswold . . . . Eddie Groff . . . Connie Gruer . . Edward Gruber . . Linda Guilford .... Patricia Hagemeier Bethsheba Haines . Ricki Haines .... Debra Haldeman . Cynthia Hall . . . Keith Hammer . . Richard Hammon . Brenda Hamor . . . . Rose Hill, la. . . Bloomfield, la. . . . . . Shelbina . . . Kirksville . . Frankford .,...LaPlata . . . . Shelbyville East St. Louis, ll. . . . . , Browning . . . Monroe ......Anabel . . . . . Shelbina Montgomery City . . . . . Auxvasse Montgomery City . . Keytesville . . . Elsberry . . . . . Olney . . . Winfield, Ia. . . Bettendorf, la. ......Canton . . Centerville, Ia. . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . Montezuma, Ia. John Hancock . . Class of1973 Kathy Dolan braves winter's briskness to go to her classes in Violette Hall. . . . Monroe City , t X, , 1, .w1fm:w1: ex, News .. ., Q' ,,-r f ' ' Ziggy fi . if 1 1 9:41 R ,MQ gf' 'K t K fy U 4. X - V. ,, it .'q.5x4 s, ,rw 1' . , A xx f, f ,fiaaf X fs'f A' A- A 11, 'jiif fi' 1221- ,tt 4' ', ' ' 'Ta A 289 11 1 fi., ,, 1.311 .yigfn Q, , , 1 l 1 1 1,l 1 fa ', -,r . ., -.v za .ly - f,. M, ., 4.1 4:,. 2. ,. 1. 14- 1 ,,. . 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Juanita Hewgley . . Pamela Hill ..... Gary Hillebrand . . Norman Hinman . . Liza Hintz .... Dennis Hollingsworth Leslie Holtsman . . . Deborah Hoover . . . Roger Hoover . . Francis Horn . . . Janice Houf . . Jane House .... Brenda Howard . . . Shirley Howerton . . Joy Hunt ...... David Hyatt . . Judy Ide ...... Roger Imhof . . . Craig Irsch . . . Paul Jackson . . . . . Kirksville .......Paris . . . . Rockport, ll. . . . . . . Hannibal Buffalo Center, Ia. . . . Elsberry . . . Vandalia . . . . Novelty . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . St. Louis .......Mercer Pleasant Valley, la. . . . . . Newton, Ia. . . . . . Macon . . Chester, Il. . . . . . Madison . . . Bloomfield, la. , . . . . . Niles, Il. . . Sun Prairie, Wi. . . . . . . Wellsville .........Paris . . . Bowling Green . . Des Moines, Ia. .......Fulton . . . Douds, Ia. . . . . Fulton . . . O'Fallon . . . . Elsberry . . . . . . Hurdland . . . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . Bowling Green . . . . . Shelbina . . . St. Louis . . . . Kirksville . . . Ottumwa, Ia. This student utilizes varied transportation modes to gain accessi- bility to the Northeast campus. Robert Jacobs Lyle Janes . . Sharon Jansen Ronald Joas . Janice Jobusch Greentop . Farber Sutter, Il. . . Milan . . .... St. Ann Ray Johansmeier . . . . Wapello, Ia. '5- x. yn- ,. A X, K x Q15- wb-YAY 3 fame: Q NWT, fe ff, Walter Johnessee Deborah Johnson Gregory Johnson Richard Johnson Steven Johnston . . Caron Jones . . . Eldon Jones . . . Marian Jones . . Shirley Jones . . Clara Jordan . . Thomas Jordan . Merrilyn Jurgens Arthur Jurgrau . . . . Williard Justus-. William Kapitko . Massoud Karbassi Marsha Karhoff . Gale Kattelmann . . . John Kauffman . . Mary Kauffman . Linda Kauzlarich Amy Kawado . . Rebecca Keck . . Patrick Kedley . . Jerry Kelley . . . Rodney Kellison . Keith Kelso .... Donna Kendrick . Jack Kenyon, Jr .... Deborah Kern . . Bruce Kerr .... Pamela Kessler . . Hossein Khalvati . Betty King .... Melanie King . . . Robert Kinsinger Robert Kirchherr Donna Kitrel . . . Karen Koenig . , Iraj Kohzadi . . . Barry Kraus . . Susan Krieger . . Vicki Krier ,... Michele Krink . . Thomas Kristoffersen . . . . Rodney Kubichek Anne Kuechler . . Marilyn Kurz . . . Paul Lamansky . . Richard Lampkin . . . Hannibal . . . . Hannibal . . . . . . Vandalia . . . Cincinnati, Oh. . . . . . Ballwin . . . Keytesville . . New Cambria ......Farber . . Wapello, Ia. . . . Wheeling . . . . Clinton, Ia. . , . . . . Hannibal . . Brooklyn, N. Y. - ....... Clarksville Margaretville, N. Y. .......Iran ....,..Edina . . . Bowling Green . . . Wayland, Ia. . . . . Leonard . . . Kirksville . . Makawai, Hi. . . , . Palmyra . . . . . Miles, Ia. . . . Springville, la. . . . . . Kirksville . . . New Cambria . . . . St. Charles . . . . . Moberly . . . Blairstown, Ia. . . . Carlisle, la. . . . . . Mexico ........lran . . Blairstown, la. .......Milan . . Belle Plaine, la. . . . . Clayton. Il. ......St.Louis . Webster Groves .....,..lran . . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . Mt. Union, la. . . . Sigourney, la. . . . . . . Greentop . River Vale, N, J. . . Blairstown, la. . . . St. Charles . . . . . Vandalia . . , Bettendorf, la. . , Washington, la. 291 i I l i i i I . ,, 'J w I l l l l i f l l l r E l l i 292 Alan Lander ,.... . . Charlotte Lane . . . Christopher Lanham Robert Lapsley . . . Richard Larsen . . Daniel Larson . . , Loris Lash .... David Lasswell , . Darcy Lawrence . . . . Cathy Lay ..... Mark Lay . . . Barbara Lee . . . Stephan Lee .... Stephen Leeper . . Robert Legler . . . William Lemons . , Russell Lenk .... Janice Lennox . . Mary Lewis .... Charles Lindquist . . Sharon Linson . . . Catherine Lintz . . . Roxanne Lippincott . . . Douglas Little .... Patricia Little . . . Anita Littrell . . Gary Littrell . . . Susan Littrell . . . Gregory Lloyd . . . Connie Lockard . . Edward Loman . . James Lough . . . Janet Loveless . . Robbie Ludy ..... Roberta Luegering . Linda Lunsford . . Roger Lupton . . Charles Lutz . . . Gail Lyle ...... Martha Maddox . . Donna Magruder . . Nancy Magruder . . Sheila Mahoney . . Riad Mari .... Linda Marra . . . David Marshall . . Charles Martin . . . Cheryl Martin . . . Edward Martin . . . Kathleen Martin . . . Des Moines, la. . . . St. Catherine . . . . Monroe . . . Kahoka . . St. Louis . Mt. Pleasant. la. . . . . . Allerton. Ia. ..,...LaBelle . . Babylon, N. Y. . . . . , . Greentop . . . . Queen City . Des Moines, la. . . Davenport, la. . , . . Kirksville . . . Knoxville, Ia. . . Palmyra . . , . . . Troy . . . . . Kirksville . . Oskaloosa, Ia. . . . . La Plata ..........Bevier Crawfordsville, Ia. . . . Brooklyn, Ia. . . Centerville, Ia. .......Canton . . . Kirksville . . . Armstrong . . . New Cambria . . . . Kirksville . . . . Atlanta . . . . St. Charles . . Bloomfield, la. . . Bettendorf, la, . . . . . .lonesburg Ft. Madison, Ia. . . Albion, la. . . . Unionville . . . . . Neighbors . . . Haverhill, Ia. . . Monroe City . . . Keytesville . . . St. Charles . . Winterset, la. ......Jordan . . . . . Edina . . . . Revere . . Wyaconda . . Worthington . . . . Revere . . . St. Louis X f Q VH ,V 2221 it f'Q'7ig" yy' , I f AF" 42452. f 1 y Wi, B W 1 W ' M f . new if-W, af 2 , r , M- . Zig 3 if aff." N ,, ' , Hb! , ., ' 0 ' f X , M g , VA as ,av V 4 , Q t gi, 3 f X X if ,tv fx pn.. Q' ' wr . . ffm Q Q, if nw" .' ' f 4 QS , f .fl A Vi "ii, ' A ,Enix 5. .iz Q N- .r - il 4 4 ?1! f f 1 1 n Z 'L 2, V A Q 1 rf. .4u.. 'Kg vw. As..i I 1 'WM' J-2 'f 4 Q." Q54 Q. , A , ld, .U.10XzA ' 64 'W 36' X X, Q xsgw x N R 55,3 K Q N ix: xx X X A X X A s x Q ,SX sxvffxi x t NX. io s ..-..4 6 Mary Martin . . William Matthew Robert Maul . . Michele Maurer Madison, la. . . Kirksville . . Memphis . . . Belton i Larry May . . . Mahmo Mazanda I i i i U ranian . . Browning . . . . lran Ns. , ff 275, Students congregate to eat their meals at Ryle Hall cafeteria in a mood of resigned satisfaction. Class ofl 973 Kathy Mayo ....., Dorla McClanahan Amy McClintock . . Marilyn McClintock Lloyd McCollum . Robert McCollum . Sharon McCollum . Larry McCoy .... Joan McDevitt . . . Melinda McKay . . Richard McKown . Betty McLin ..... Jimmy McNew . . . Margaret McQuoid Terry Meek ..... Lee Meinhardt . . James Melson . . Susan Merideth . . . Charlotte Meyer . . Jerry Middleton . . John Millemon . . . Clarence Miller . . . James Miller . . . Linda Miller . . Marie Miller . . Thomas Miller . . Michael Minich . . . . . John Mims .... Sheila Minor . . . Melinda Mitchell . . Debra Moeller . , . Linda Montgomery . . - - Martha Moore . . . Darlene Mordt . . Barbara Morrow . . . . . Huntsville . . . Kirksville . . . . . Monroe . . ...... Palmyra . . . . Smithshire, ll. . . . . . Clarence Ft. Madison, Ia. .........Troy . , . Traer, Ia. . . . Knox City . . Monroe City ........Bevier . Bettendorf, la. . . . . Memphis . . . Mexico . . . . . . Luray . Muscatine, Ia. . . . Keokuk, la. . . . . . Center . . . Pulaski, Ia. . . , . Princeton . . . Clifton Hill . . . . St. Louis . . Ottumwa, la. . . . . . Memphis . Davenport, la. . . . . Marceline Lake Placid, Fl. . , . . . Stoutsville Buckingham, la. . . . Stockton, Ia. . . . . . Linneus West Branch, Ia. . . . . Warrenton . . . Seymour, la. 293 Jahansh Mortezapour Vicki Moulrie .... Suzanne Moxley , . . Mac Mullins .... Ruth Murphy . . William Myers . . James Nadler , . . Thomas Neece . . Grace Newell . . . Karen Newell . . . Carolyn Nichols . . Susan Nickel . . . James Nickell . . Stephen Nuhn ,.... Patricia Oberman . . . Brian Ochs . . . Peggy Ochs .... Connie O'Dear . . . Elvira Oesch . . . Jacquelyn Ogden . . Marcia Olson ..... Vilail Oonhateparuk . Diane Orr ........ . Helen Ortberg . . . Rita Orth .... Stephen Othic . . . Deborah Paris . . . Tanya Parnell . . . Belinda Partin . .. . Linda Pasvogel . . . Leann Paulsen . . Connie Peak ...... Rebecca Pearson . . . Judy Pease ...... Cynda Peasel . . . .....Iran . . St. Charles . . . Rothville . . . Glenwood . . . Atlanta . . . . . Rolla . . . . Wentzville . . Richland, Ia. . . Powersville . . . Unionville . . . . Centralia . . . Wever, Ia. . . . Rothville . . . . Macon . . Curryville . . . St. Charles . . . St. Charles . . . . . . Ewing . . . . . Hannibal . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . . . .Thailand . . . . . Marion, Ia. . Columbus Jct., Ia. ......St.Louis . . E .... Brookfield ...........Hale Colorado Spgs., Co. . . . . . . Kirksville . . . Tipton, Ia. . . . . Dysart, Ia. .......Shelbina . . Guthrie Ctr., Ia. .......Vandalia ........Troy Frank Sladek devours a sandwich while manning a College Play- ers Film Club table in the SUB. ff X Norman Penton . Marsha Perry . . Janice Petersen . Joan Petersen . . Michael Peterson Susan Peterson . West . Huntsville . . Novelty Branch, Ia. . ....... Trenton . Albia, Ia. . . . Novinger M- . I I I N' i I i i I i I I I l I I :'1,j'z. f1f ilk 85 I Q K' eau' wwf bun- L -f Janice Petree . Becky Phillips . . Kendra Phillips Linda Phillips . Martha Phillips . Yonda Phillips . . . Patricia Pickering . Paula Pickett .... David Plunkett . . Francis Poland . . Richard Porter . . Melinda Power . . Mary Ann Prewitt Leo Prottsman . . Rodrigo Quesada . . . . Adrian Quintin . . Jon Rand ,..,. Rodney Rea . . . Sharon Reading . . David Rector . . . David Redman . . . Stephen Reynolds . Rita Rhoades . . . Robert Ricardelli , . Noel Rice .,... Mildred Rich .... George Richardson . . . Richard Richardson Anna Rieck ...... Brenda Riley . . Kathryn Riley . . . Lynn Riney .... Judml, Robbins . . . Deborah Robinson . . Janice Robinson . . Peggy Robinson . . . Raymond Robinson Steven Robinson . . Betty Roderick . . Chloe Rogers . . Randall Rogers . . James Rosebery . . Deloris Rother . . Brenda Rouse . . Stephen Rowe . . Kenneth Ruediger . Mark Ruggeberg . . Dana Ruhl .... Emilia Sabado . . Marilyn Salfen . . . . . . Kirksville . . Rose Hill, la. . . Moulton, la. . . . . . Mexico . . Holcomb, Il. . . . St. Ann . . Powersville . . , Lancaster . . . . . Ewing . . Powersville . , Washington, Ia. . . Ft. Madison, la. . . . ..... Ottumwa, Ia. . . Mt. Pleasant, Ia. Panama Canal Zone . . . . . Greentop . . . Lees Summit . . . Kirksville . . Hannibal . . Macon . . . . Monroe City . . . Davenport, Ia. .....LaPlata . . Bedford, Ma. . . . Tuscola, Tx. . Crawfordsville, la. . . . . . . Unionville . Bergenfield, N. J. ........Macon . . Kirksville . . Brookfield . . . Memphis . . . Palmyra . . Green City . . Cantril, la. . . . , Elsberry . . . . . . Berkeley . . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . . Kirksville . . St. Peters . . Des Moines, Ia. . . . . . . Kirksville . . St. Louis . . Versailles . . . Paris . . . . Ferguson . . Dc Witt, la. . . . , Hannibal . . . . . Hawaii Bowling Green 295 f-J' ,. . -:,vQff:5.1-sf" 'Eff , 1 i I I ll Ii 5. l .1 3 1. IV ii. Iii. 4 fd .Q I . llttl ,. .II I I I I ,. ii Ia . II .I WR'-R" I V151 , ggi ? Tiff. I , , it slr, . , .eftgq ,. rf? I ii? rw p w' 1' WY, ,, ft '5- i f if 453. I' .6-1 , '-5' I' ' 16 i . ,iz - fn A-9 1 .fr- .Wileil f ' 5? xi 435512 fl? Sf+iQ'2e img 'gf-1 33515, . ,aff .. gif . JW. at 1 1512 5253? f Q 4 - 1 121 11,53 ii' , gm? Q Sty 5 65 1 . ' .T ., ti, i IQ ' Q . 1 'z I2 "1 as ,Eg gi 52 . -' in 11.1, A sw s , . ke, ., 4-' . 1 , Bm' ': Is? X - 4 i ip. Q HZ' i . at-rg 5 ,321 EL AL 4 Q N- rvgf 5 'sw Wg? it XA. .X iffgi .,, , sie V353 JV:-if Yagi? T IJ-5' -Q52 f mf' " I 'til' , I ,ttf ' I Mix- k f 5 , A. I I L.. I I I V I? 5 , fin . ,L I y I a - I , V., , L, it .V wqf. c . i, ll l l ' t I l i i l l l l l 96 Il Nicki Sample .... Marjorie Sanders . Rebecca Sanderson Pungchai Saravasee Jennifer Sawyer . . . Mary Schaberg . . . Grace Schaefer . . . Linda Schaefermeier Judy Schaeffer . . . Michael Schaffer . . Karen Schnoebelen . . Nancy Schriefer . . Amanda Schroeder . . Philip Schuchman . Rosemary Schultz . Rebecca Schuster . . Michael Scott . . . Janet Searcy . . Larry Sees . . . Michael Seitz . . Mavoureen Sellens . Ed Sellers ...... Diana Seymour . . Mary Shannon . . . Ricky Sharp . . . Jerry Shatto . . . Thomas Shea . . Rhonda Shearl . . . Peggy Shelledy . . . John Sheppard . . Gary Shields . . . Samuel Shotts . . . Charles Shoults . . Lana Simmons . . Susan Simpson . . . Esther Skinner . . James Slaton ..... Kenneth Slaughter . Mark Slocum . . . Philip Slocum . . Carolyn Smith . . . David Smith . . . Deborah Smith . . . Gerald Smith . . Hardie Smith . . Lawrence Smith . . Luanne Smith . . Sharon Smith . . . Douglas Smithson . . Carol Sneed .... F Y " . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . Creve Coeur . . Bowling Green . . . . Thailand . . . Rolla . . . . . . . Florissant . . South Amana, Ia. . . . . . . Ferguson . . . St. Charles . . . . . Canton . . Lone Tree, Ia. . . . . Lexington . . . . . . Bridgeton ........Elsberry . . Cedar Rapids, Ia. . . . . Annada . . . Kansas City . . . . . . . Kirksville ........LaPlata Arlington Heights, Il. ......Bethel . . . . Wilton, Ia. . . . Biggsville, Il. . . . Williamstown . . . Hamilton, Ia. . . . Macon . .' . . . Kirkwood . . . . . . Franklin, Il. . . . New London, Ia. . . . Orillia, Ontario . . . Clinton, Ia. . . . Galesburg, Il. . . . . . Lancaster . . . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . Waterloo, Ia. . . Tuscola, Il. . . . Madison . . . Queen City . . . . . Memphis . . Altona, N. Y. . . . Milan ......Harris .......Mexico . . Muscatine, la. . . Kansas City . . . St. Louis . . . . . Moberly . . Burlington, Ia. . . . La Plata . . . Ferguson Whse W it Q6 Q I J .S v-.si A ,. Deborah Snell . . . . . Canton SNP' ,,!" qilt 59' Rodney Snodgrass Deborah Snow . . Beverly Spain . . Timothy Spain . . Kenny Sparks . . is T' 1 4 , xx 3 ,L t My? . , f ww --fri: t g I fi 6 t at C 'P ff: gt . . Palmyra Kansas City Newton, Ia. Newton, la. . . . Purdin 2' , , i ,... s A6 f , vw' p-.:' 4 ' ' V , 71 sa ' . ' .Y of ff 1 L' . , 1 , Q s wg' Class Lecture always holds one's happens to slip in. attention even if daydreaming Class of1973 Carol Speck . . . William Speed . , Rebecca Squires . . Audrey Stanek . . Deborah Stark . . K Q! 3 -ei' 31 Xf i. Doris St. Clair .... Anne Steffensmeier , . . Laurel Steffey .,... Valorie Steinbeck . . .lean Stevenson . . . Marsha Stine . . Lynn Stolte . . Mary Stout .... William Stradt . . . Cynthia Strand A. . Rebecca Suddarth . . Nona Susewind . . Toni Sutor .... Bruce Swann . . . Joyce Switzer . . Paul Taylor ..... Stephen Taylor . . . Marie Terry . . . Randall Thomas . . Steven Thomas . . Jo Thompson .... Mark Thompson .... Michael Thompson . . . Michael Thornburg . . . Jimmy Titus ..... X Mark Treese . . . M! Paul Triplett . . . Carolyn Tucker . . Jerry Tucker . . . Z f ff 'fifaaf Thomas Tucker . , .....St. Louis . . . Washington, Ia. . . . . . Ferguson . . . Hawk Point . . Frankford ......Kahoka . . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . . . Keokuk, Ia. ......Macon . . Bettendorf, Ia. . . . . Florissant . . . . . Barry, Il. . . New Sharon, Ia. . . Bettendorf, Ia. . . Central City, Ia. . . Clarksville . . Carrollton . . . Jonesburg . . . Novelty . . . Bucklin . . Fulton . . . St. Louis . . . . . . Macon . . . New Cambria . . . Ottumwa. la, . . St. Charles . . Kirksville . . . . Fulton . . . . Moberly . . . Collins, Ia. . . Marthasville . . . . . Linneus . . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . . Kirksville . . Fairfield, la. 297 Margaret Tuma . Denise Turner . . James Turner . . . Jerry Valentine . . Marion Valentine . Steven Van Horn . Sue Vaughn ..i. Wayne Ventling . . Thomas Voorhees Richard Waggener William Waggoner Pamela Wagner . Larry Walker . . . Robert Wallace . . John Walter . . Ann Walters . . . Harold Walters . . Drucilla Warble . Michael Ward . . Sonja Ward . . . Pamela Wares . . Michael Waters . . . Pharis Watt . . . Kathy Webb . . Jon Weber . . Margaret Weber . Mary Webster . . Donna Wehmeyer Rhonda Weiler . . Jeanne Weir . . Jo Wheeler ..,. Teresia Wheeler . Deborah White . . James White . . . Lorene White . . . . . New Florence ......Paris . . . . Kirksville . . . Powersville . . . St. Louis ........Purdin . . . . Ottumwa, la. . . Webster City, Ia. . . Wheeling, WV . . Kansas City . . . . . . Elsberry , .... Unionville, Ia. . . West Liberty, Ia. .......Shelbina .......Canton . . . . . . Novinger .......Novinger . Grundy Center, la. .......St.Louis Cherry Valley, N. Y. . . . . La Plata . . . Tuscola, Il. . . . Green City . . . . . Clarksville . . Camanche, Ia. . . St. Charles . . . . . Kahoka . . . . . . . Ferguson . . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . . . . Floris, Ia. . . . Ferguson . . . . Kirksville . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . Waterloo, Ia. . . Farmington, Ia. J 4' Zv f iff? s Class of1973 Enjoying the view outside the Student Union, two coeds relax during a between-class break. Rebecca White . . . Crawfordsville, Ia. Stephen Wideman . . . Rowena Wiggins . . William Wiley . . Charles Wilgenbusch Regenia Wilhite . . . . . . . . New London . . . New Cambria . . Grinnell, Ia. . . Masonville, Ia. . . . Harrisburg Y-. in ws ts.,- f Qt wr ' 4 ,rx eil 85- X 1 ,- s.- Ms. X .at , ,-6" - if ras P 'K' t as e X X ' 21, I ll ik QL G H- fr 'f ' t u. We to of-Y' iii' 4 ,,,.,X, vxqh NAA! Q W , Ei . Qs, Q, . 'P' C 1 ar 1 l , ,Es yu' 3 Q 4' 'bb W 'fin ww. ff , A an fim 9, Q A if 7,4 3, , , gym: ff?" 1 QW. ri.. rf f rg- . f, fi! X, T , Aa! ,ge ,, We , , Lx., Q X ,ff ,,,,,,, f Wav 'U .,. fi? 4 A 254.9 ,wtflif Sandra Wilke . . Renee Wilken . . Connie Williams Janet Williams . Janice Williams . Michael Williams Scott Williams . . . Knoxville, la. . Milwaukee, Wi. . , . Humphreys A . Rockford. ll, . . Ottumwa. la. . . . . Washington. Ia. . . , Fairfax, la. Kathryn Wills . . ...., Ferguson Mark Wilson . . Mary Wilson . . Maureen Wilson Samuel Wilson . Jane Windler . . Susan Winter . . Rose Wommack James Woods . . Daniel Woodcock James Wood . . Paul Woods . . . Becky Wright . . Muhanned Wuhush . . . Nancy Wyhs . . . Donald Wyngarden . . . Edward Wynne .... Donald Yager . . Marie Yahn . . Betty Yeldell . . Cynthia York . . John Yos ..... . Timothy Young . Kathleen Yount . Kavoos Zarie . . John Zeagler . . Paul Zeigler . . . . . Jefferson City Mt. Pleasant, Ia. . . Wentzville . . . Novinger , .... St. Charles . Bettendorf, Ia. . , . . . . Eolia . Woodburn, Ia. . . . . Bridgeton . . . . Emden . . . La Plata . . . Columbia . . . . Jordan . . . St. Charles . . Leighton, Ia. . . St. Charles . . . Center . . Richland, Ia. . . . . Hannibal . . Clarinda, Ia. . . Green Castle . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . St. Louis .....Iran . . . Elba, NY ......Mexico f 3 ' Maw f" WH Donna Zimmermann . . . . . New Florence I ff, 7 ,-,, 4 V. t, , 7 3 , wif, fffwjg ' An avid basketball fan, Mike Waters utilizes tape to record the highlights. 3OO Some students will go anywhere for a little privacy, or to medi- tate maybe? Class 0f1974 Bernerd Allgood . Eddie Anderson . Kenneth Anderson Pamula Anderson Patricia Anderson Thelma Anderson Marvin Appel . . Theodore Appel . Opal Armstrong . Sherry Arnot . . . Steven Arp .... Pamela Ashman . John Augspurger Janet Ayers . . . Trudy Babb . . . Danny Baker . . . Diane Baker . . Linda Baker . . Gholan Bunki . . Betty Barker . . Ricky Barker . . . Linda Barnett . . Lana Barry . . . David Bartlett . . Robert Bates . . . . . . Albia, Ia. .......Edina . . Chariton, Ia. , , . . . Leighton, Ia. Des Moines, Ia. . . St. Louis . . . . Edina . . . St. Louis . . Centralia . . . Revere . . Walcott, Ia. . . . Cedar, Ia. . . Pulaski, Ia. . . Green City . . . Brookfield . . . . Brookfield . . Waterloo, Ia. . . . . Winfield, la. . ............ Iran Fort Madison, Ia. . . . Redfield, Ia. . . . . Kirksville . Williams, Iowa . . . Montrose, la. Mt. Pleasant, la. Abdelwahab Abuomar Ribhi Abuomar . . . Nancy Adams . . Robert Adams . . Kamran Akhavan . . Kathy Alderton . . . Teresa Aldrich . . Sue Alexander . . Diane Alfred . . . Ronald Allen . . . . . Jordan . . Jordan . . . . . . Gilbert, Ia. Marshalltown, Ia. . . . Tehran, Ir. . . Wyaconda . . Riverside, Ca. . . Shelbyville . . . St. Charles . . . Wheeling, Il. -Os QW fp, :W gala? 'Jar Kathleen Bauer Robert Baustian . . . Karen Beach . . . Colette Beale . William Bean . Johnny Beaver . . Christine Becker . . . Laura Beekhuizen .... Mohammad Behbahani Paul Behle ....... Linda Bemboom . . . Nancy Benda . . . . Robert Benningfield . . . . Kenneth Bentele .... Linda Benton . . Jill Berryman . . Dan Beshears . . Daniel Bevins . . Debra Beyer . . . Jerel Biggers . . Karen Biggs .... Patricia Billings . . . Bonnie Birkhead . . Douglas Blesie . . Denise Blue . . . Douglas Blunt . . . David Boden . . Richard Boies . . . Dianne Boley . . Mary Bondy . . . Linda Boothe .... Pamela Bornhauser . . Beth Borron ..... Benny Bourgeois . . . Charles Braaten . . . David Bradley . . . Linda Bradley . . . Alan Brake ..r. Rex Brammann . . Thomas Breen . . Mary Brett . . Kevin Brewer . . . Betty Brim ...,. Marjorie Brimhall , . . Brenda Briscoe . . , Mariann Brookhart . . Mark Brooks . . . Robert Brophy . . Bobbi Brown . . Diana Brown . . . . , . . Lacona, Ia. . , . Bettendorf, Ia. . . . . . Unionville . . Rock Island, Il. . . . Wayland, Ia. . . Bunker Hill, Il. . . . Wheeling, Il. . . . . Tracy, Ia. ,....lran . . Elsberry . . , . Independence . Cedar Rapids, Ia. . . Bettendorf, Ia. ......Macon . . . O'Fallon . . . . St. Charles . . . . . . Wellsville . Belle Plaine, Ia. . , Montezuma, Ia. . Charles City, Ia. . . Des Moines, Ia. ...,..Center ........Troy . . . De Witt, Ia. . . Russell, Ia. . . . Brookfield . . . Quincy, Il. . . Dysart, Ia. . . . Marceline . . . Brunswick . . Williamson, Ia. . .,.. Columbia . Crown Point, In. .......Kahoka . . Kirksville . . . . . . Clarence . . Centerville, Ia. . . Bowling Green . . Bettendorf, Ia. . . . . Brookfield . , . Brunswick . . . . . Holliday . . , Osceola, la. . . Wayland, Ia. . . . Kirksville ,.....Kahoka . Sunnymead, Ca. Columbus Jct.. Ia. . . . Chariton, Ia. . . . . . Louisiana 301 i 1 l I l i l 1 I l l l i 5 l l l l i i l , 1 X. l , , l , i 1 l i li , ll l , i i l l , li. lil i ll' ill l, 1 l l U, , it i ll' , , , I , ill 1 i l lil ll , I l 4 1 l l V tml ,lil lpi itll l l I l l lt l E ll i 1 . , l 'l lf l l ll il il l l r i l i 6 i 'V 302 Class ofl 974 Nancy Brown . . . Patricia Browning Randall Browning George Bruer . . . Thomas Bueker . . Karen Bueneman . Charles Buffington Melodee Burgess . Cathy Burk .... Douglas Busch . . Sharon Bush . . . Debra Bushman . Kevin Caldwell . . Paula Caldwell . . Carol Campbell . . Cheryl Campbell . Michael Campbell David Carlo .... Constance Carr . . John Carter . . . Theresa Chacey . . . . . Randy Chalupa . . Linda Chancellor . Chancha Changsingha . . . Nancy Charbonneaux . . . Diana Cheatum . . Susan Cheek .... Dona Christensen . Nancy Christiansen Gail Clark ..... John Clark . . . Randy Clark . . . Ernest Clarkson . . Carolyn Clay , . . Kathy Clearwaters Beverly Cleeton . . Debra Cleeton . . . Michael Clime . . Beth Clover . . . Kima Cloyd . . . James Coburn . . . Carole Coder . . . Lois Coe ..... Ronald Coe . . . Debra Colbert . . . Kenneth Coleman . Terry Collett .... Brenda Comley . . James Conboy . . . Gary Connell . . . . St. Louis . . Novelty . . . . Anabel . . St. Charles . . Washington ........Troy . . Ottumwa, Ia. .......Atlanta . . . New Cambria North Liberty, Ia. . . . . . O'Fallon . . Bettendorf, Ia. . Washington, Ia. ........Milan .....LaBelle ......LaBelle Cedar Rapids, la. . . , Ottumwa, Ia. . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . Clear Lake, Ia. . . Packwood, Ia. . Washington, Ia. . . . . . . Rutledge . . . . . . Thailand . . Mediapolis, Ia. . . . Novelty ......Anabel . . . Marion, Ia. . . St. Charles . . . Brookfield . . . . Louisiana . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . La Plata . . Queen City , . . Marion, Ia. . Des Moines, Ia. . . . . Green City . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . Warrenton . . Ottumwa, Ia. , . Wheeling . . . La Belle . . . Marceline . . . Albia, Ia. . . . . Troy . , Auxvasse . . Kirksville . . . Knox City . . Monroe City . . . Lemont, Il. if X,-s , sz., gk 5 :mi H5 s gi v rf tr . , X , ,S C . We ,swf ' s 1 L my Xi X vt. David Cook . . . Lola Cook , . Randall Cooley . Brenda Coons . J Connie Cornelius Sheryl Cornelius . . . Brooklyn, la. . , . . Fulton . . . Mexico . . Macon Urbandalc, Ia. Urbandale, Ia. K' K' 'Z' 1 -wfff f Q L f" it i ' F 1 M ,f i Qc 6, if W 7 A . tw i fi XA M 'ffm ' wwf! f U2 44 Students gaze about in bewilderment and mild surprise as there occurs a pause in the everyday scramble to class. John Cornick . . Karen Couch .... . . Theresa Courtney . Stephanie Craft , . Peggy Craig . . . Glenn Crawford . William Crews . . Cheryl Cribb , . . Neil Cribb ..... Rodney Cronbaugh Michael Crousore . Barbara Cuculich . Nancy Cullor . . . Joseph Cupp . . Joanne Dafnides . Billie Dahl .... Richard Dailey . . John Davidson . . . . . . Ann Davis .... Glenn Davis . . . Jack Davis . . Linda Davis , . . Marilyn Davis . , . Mary Davis . . . Roy Davis . . . Scott Davis .... Stephen Davis . . . Elsie Davolt .... Geo rge-A nn Dean Julia De Moss .... Mt. Pleasant, Ia. . . . Norfolk, Va. Cedar Rapids. la. . . . . Huntsville . , .... Callao . . Auxvasse . . . . . Mexico . . . Corydon, Ia. ......LaPlata . Belle Plaine, Ia. . . . Hannibal . . . Novinger . . Lucerne . . Kirksville . . St. Louis . . . . Linden, la. , . . . . Eldon, la, Cedar Rapids, la. . . . . . . Memphis . , . . . . Memphis . . , . La Belle . . . Powersville . . . . Fulton . . Russell, la. . . . Memphis . . . Brookfield , . Ottumwa. la. .......Bueklin . Morning Sun, la, . . Des Moines, la. Charles Dempsey . . . , . Shelhina Deborah Dennis . . . ---- Mlllill Carol Deskin . , . ------ LU Plum Sharon Detienne . . ....... Middletown Anthony Di Chiro . . . . . Hudson Falls, N, Y, Aneta Dickerson . Rebecca Dickerson . . . Clifton Hill . . . Tipton, Ia. Vickie Dieterich . . .,...... Medill Suzanne Dingman Kathy Dobbs . . . James Dodson . . Mary Dolan .... John Downard . . . Edward Drake . . . Gail Dreyer . . . James Droste . . Nancy Dryden . . . William Dryden . . Pattsy Dubach . . Karen Dubbert . . Ruth Duffield . . . Kenneth Dunn . . Christine Duvall . . Dixie Dwiggins . . Linda Dwyer . . Marcia Dyal . . Sharon Dye .... John Eads ..... Thomas Eastman . Glenda Eastwood . Douglas Ebert . . Gail Echele .... Valerie Eckles . . Brenda Edmundson Sue Eichemier . . Linda Eickhoff . . Judy Elam . . . Douglas Elder . . . Carol Elliott . . Joyce Elliott . . . Des Moines, Ia. . . . . Quincy, ll. . . . Kirksville . . . . . Ferguson . Keosauqua, Ia, . . . Kansas City . . Warrenton . . . . St. Charles . . . . . Hannibal Montgomery City . . . . . O'Fallon . . Martinsburg ......Mendon . . . Martinsburg West Chester, Ia. Cedar Rapids, Ia. ........SllCX Cedar Rapids, Ia. .....LaPlata . . Burlington, la. . . Davenport, Ia. . . . . Rush Hill . . . . Quincy, Il. . . . . St. Charles Mt. Pleasant, Ia. . . Thornburg, la. . . , . Kirksville . . Harlan, Ia. . . . Laddonia . . . . Agency, Ia. . . Davenport, Ia. . . . . St. Charles Brrr, it's cold! The heavy snow and ice brings fancy footwor the scene. k Jb-2 fda X 'HC' ,qu-t 1 W , Kathleen Elzig .I . . Marshalltown, Ia. Deborah Emery .... Bettendorf, Ia. Joseph Engelkes . . La Porte City, Ia. Maradell England ..... Galva, Il. Ricki English ........ La Belle Mohammad Erfani . . . Tehran, Iran - E59- -47' QA ,asa af' 'lui ANR "'::f2-" it . ai' f' qi? fvf QQ. ga f Richard Erwin . . James Evans . . . Wanda Evans . . Janis Ewens . . . Deborah Ewing . William Fair . . Reza Fatemi . . . Philip Faulstich . Steven Fawks . . Connie Fenton . . Brenda Ferguson . Stephanie Ferraro Ron Ferrel .... Claudia Fessler . . Michael Feys . . . Elaine Ficken . . Debra Flack . . . John Fleischman , Pamela Fleisher . Teresa Fleming . . Clark Fobes .... Kathy Folker . . . Joy Franklin . . . Mary Freeborn . . Estil Fretwell . . Ronald Fuhrer . . Joel Fye .... Mary Gale .... Debra Gamm . . Jo Beth Gardine . Melody Gares . . . Dennis Garrett . . William Garrett . Terri Garrison . . Joseph Gass . . Linda Gerster . . . Hamid Ghazdcri . Edgar Gheens . . . Roseann Giammett Margaret Gierke . Sharon Gill . . . Paul Gillette . . . Wayne Gillette . . Mary Gingerich . . Rebecca Given . . Margaret Gladbach Daryl Glascock . . Donald Glascock . Kathleen Glasgow . Tupper Glenn . . . 3 . . Wapello, la. . . . St. Louis . . Brentwood . . . Centralia . . Brookfield . . . Liberty . . . . . . Iran . . . St. Louis . . . Salisbury . . Melrose, la. ........Troy Little Silver, N. J. .......Hannibal . Des Moines, Ia. , . . . . St. Louis . . . Louisiana . . . . . St. Peters . . Oswego, N. Y. . . . . Florissant . . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . Farmington, Ia. .......Milan . . Barnes City, Ia. . . Williamstown g.- .... Mexico . . . . . Ollie, Ia. . . Centerville, Ia. . . Bowling Green . . . . . Memphis . . Kahoka . . . Fulton . . . Fulton . . . . Bethel . . Lacona. Ia. .....,.Paris . . . Tehran, Iran . . . . Keytesville . . Davenport, Ia. . . . . Louisiana . Wilton Jct., Ia. I. . New Lenox, ll. . . St. Charles . . Kirksville . . Mexico . . . Keytesville . . . Philadelphia . . . . Palmyra . . . . . . Edina . . . Winfield, Ia. 306 Campus employment helps many students make ends meet during their college career. Class ofl 974 Kristina Gray . . Linda Gray .... Lawrence Gregory Tresia Griffith . . Theodore Griggs . Doris Grimwood . Jackie Griswold . Rolletta Gronewold . . Le Ann Grossman John Grossnickle . David Gruszcynski Carlene Guyer . . Cherry Guyer . . . Linda Haack . . . Geroge Hage . . . Juanita Hahn . . Patricia Hahn . . Richard Hale . . . Mohammad Hamrah . . . John Hammer . . Lloyd Hammonds Terry Hansen . . Craig Harding . . Jeri Hardy .... Rhonda Harlan . . . Palmyra . . . . Mercer . . Oelwein, Ia. . . . . . . Leonard . . . Marengo, Ia. . . . Wellsville . . . . . Kirksville . . . . . . . Krisville . . Farmington, la. . . . . Kirksville . . Warrenton . . . . . Callao ......Purdin . . . Marengo, la. . . . Hazelwood Rolling Meadows, ll. . . . . Anamosa, Ia. . . . . . . Milan .........Iran . . . Des Moines, Ia. . . . St. Louis . . . . Columbia . . . Newton, Ia. . . . . . Revere . . Green City Surin Glupngam Bryan Goeke . . . Jack Goodin . . John Goreham . James Gradoville Connie Graham . lone Graham ...... Cheryl Grant . Lana Graves . . Charles Gray . . , . . . . . Thailand . . Jefferson City . . . . Princeton . . Peabody, Ma. Cedar Rapids, Ia. . . . Ottumwa, la. . New Sharon, Ia. . . . Charleston . . . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . . . Browning . it i 3 Anita Harris . . Beverly Harris . . Mary Harter . . John Hartung . , . Seyed Hashemi . . Madeline Hassen . Cynthia Hayes . . Thomas Hayes . . Cynthia Hays . . . Lynda Hays . . . Janet Head ..... Roger Heckroth . Sharon Heitmeyer Carolyn Helscher . Stephen Helscher . Bonnie Henderson Darla Henderson . Patricia Henderson Marty Herington . Dean Herring . . . Alfred Herrman . Melinda Hettinger Jannan Hetzel . . . Gary Hider .,... Karen Hobbs . . Galen Holloway . . . Beth Holmes . . . Richard Holmes . . . Anne Homan . . . Martha Hookom . Earl Hopkins . . . Willis Horton . . Barry Hoskin . . James Housel . . . Cheryl Howard . . James Howard . . . - Nancy Howard . . Joseph Hoyt . . . Donald Huggins . . Roxanna Hughes , David Hulsopple . . Carolyn Humes . . Virginia Hummel . Etha Hunerdoose . Larry Hunt .... Janet Hunter .... Marvin Huntrods . Mary Hustedde . . Kevin Imhof . . . Janice Ingram . . . . . . . Purdin . . . . Memphis . . Oltumwa, la. . . . , . Macon ...Iran . . Mexico . . . Holliday ......Fulton . . Monroe City . . Corydon, la. . . Hannibal . . Dysart, Ia. . . . Kahoka . . Keota, la. . . Keota, la. . . . Green Castle . . . . St. Charles Falls Church, Va. ........Milan . . . . . Bellflower . . . . Florissant . . . . . Knox City . Des Moines, Ia. . . . . Kansas City . . . . . St. Louis . . . . . Laclede . . . . . . Novelty . . Urbandale, Ia. . . . . . Shelbina . . Winfield, Ia. . . . Williamstown . Washington, Ia. . . . . . . . Unionville Mt. Pleasant, la. . . . . Keytesville .,...LaBelle . . . . . Salisbury Cedar Rapids, Ia. . . . . Bloomfield. Ia. . . . Kirksville . . . . . Newton . . Manchester . . . Newtown . . . Lacona. Ia. . . Columbia . . . . Kirksville . . . . Collins, la. . . Bowling Green . . . . . St. Louis . . . Ames, la. 308 Class 0f1974 Robert James ..... Mohamad Jamie . . . Sharon Johannsen . . Joyce Johns .... Brenda Johnson . . Mark Johnson . . . Martin Johnson . . . Rosemary Johnston . . Brenda Jones ..... Dianna Jones . . . Joseph Jones . . . Larance Jones . . Raymond Jones . . . Mark Kaiser ..... Kathy Karrenbrock . . Debra Keener . . James Kelley .... Kenneth Kelley . . . Pamela Kemp ..... Kendal Kempenaar . . Alan Kendall .... Robert Kendall . . . Gloria Kennedy .... Connie Kenney .... Abdulkar Kheradmand Larry Kidwell . . Karen Killday . . Bonnie Kimple . . . Connie Kimple . . . Sandra Kinkead . . Richard Kinney . . . James Kinsinger . . . Ronald Kitchel . . . Linda Klein . . . Mary Klein . . John Klein ..,.. Jana Klusmeyer . . . Deborah Kock , . . William Koeller . . Karen Kopp . . Beverly Kreimeyer . . Henry Kroll ...... Catherine Krueger . . Susan Labath ..... Mary Lagemann . . . Karen Lake . . May Lam ..... Loretta Lamb . . . Lois Lamberson . . . Deena Lambert . . . . . . . Elsberry ......,.Iran . Bondurant, la. . . . Queen City . . . . . Livonia . . . . . Parkville . . . . Kirksville Morning Sun, Ia. . . . . . . Kirksville . . Wright City ......Farber . . Lemoore, Ca. . . Queen City . . . Jefferson . . . . Troy . . Knoxville, Ia. . . . Hurdland . . . . Kirksville . . . . . Newark . Oskaloosa, Ia. . . . . . Silvis, Il. . . . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . . . Brunswick . . Allerton, Ia. ......Iran . . . Shelbina . . La Grange . . Allerton, Ia. . . Allerton, la. . . Whittier, Ia. . . Van Wert, Ia. . Belle Plaine, Ia. . Des Moines, Ia. . . Sylvania, Oh. . . . Manchester . . . Lamoni, Ia. . . . Quincy, Il. . . . . Brookfield . New Canton, Il. . . . . Florissant . . . . Bevier . . . Kirksville , ...... La Belle . . Davenport, Ia. . . . . . Elsberry . ,... . Macon . . . Hong Kong . . Galva, Il. . . Ashburn . . Purdin David Lampton . . Donald Lampton . . . Larry Lancaster . . Denise La Rose . . Carol Latham . . . Susan Lauxman . . Patricia Lawson . . Carola Leake . . . Karen Leake . . . Phillip Lee . . . Ronnie Lee . . Ruth Lee . . . Robert Leja . . . Linda Levis .... Michael Lewis . . . John Life ..... Sandra Ligon ..... Margaret Lillard . . Sandra Lindenbusch Carol Lindley . . . Kathy Lindquist . . Kristi Link ..... Carol Linson . . Joan Little .... Dennis Littrell . . . Thomas Lloyd . . . Scott Lodge . . . .lean Loerke . . . Genee Logue . , . Glenda Logan . . . Robert Logan . . David Long . . Dennis Long . . Herschel Long . . . Elaine Loomis , . . Barbara Lotte . . . Douglas Lotts . . Douglas Lowe . . . David Lowenberg . Katherine Ludwick Linda Lutz .... Sherry Lyon .... Donald Maddex . . Carin Magers . . . Michael Magruder . Paul Maiers .... Ginette Majors . . . Fatholah Makvandi Carol Malito .... Susan Manley . . . fl . . Hannibal . . Hannibal . . . Memphis , . . . Hannibal . . . Russell, la. . . Overland . . . . Glasgow ......Center . . New London . . . Indianola, la. ..........Ethel ........,Brazil Arlington Heights, Il. . . . . . Allerton, Ia, . . . . Palmyra . . . Cedar, la. . . . . . . Elsberry ........Kahoka . . Montgomery City .......Atlanta . . . Ottumwa, Ia. ......Ames,Ia. . . . . New Cambria . Portage Des Sioux . .. . . . .Wheeling . . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . Geneseo, Il. . . Des Moines, la. . . . . . Marceline . . . . . Elsberry . . . Sedalia . . . Shelbina . . Shelbyville . . . . Hannibal . . . Ayrshire, la. . . . Des Moines, la. . . Cedar Rapids, Ia. . . . . . . Brookfield . . Donnellson, Ia. ......Kahoka . . Keota, la. . . . Salisbury . . . . Lentner . . . Kirksville . . . . Eolia . . . Altoona, Pa. . . . Boone, la. ........lran . . Bettendorf, la. . . . St. Louis ,1 310 Freshman Steve Berg takes time out from his studies to partic- ipate in a dormitory chess tournament. Class ofl 974 Kathryn Matthew . John May ...... Rita Mayer ..... Thomas McAllister Carol McCabe . . . Cheryl McCabe . . Alan McCalister . . Bonita McCarty . . Paula McClanahan Stanley McClure . Peter McCollum . . Danny McConahay . . . Elsie McGlothlin . . Allan McGriff . . . Robert McKinney . . Carledi McLaughlin Sylvia McLeod .... . Tana McMath . . . Jan McNally .... Cheryl McSorley . . Alfred Melone . . . Michael Mennem . . . Edwin Menze . , . James Merendino . , . . Rosalee Merrick . . . . . . . Kirksville .......Mexico . . . . . Hurdland Crawfordsville, Ia. . ........ Rutledge . . . . . Rutledge . . Springfield, Il. . . Hawk Point . . . . Atlanta . . Floris, Ia. . . Smithshire, Il. . . . Wapello, la. . . . . . Hurdland . New Sharon, Ia. . . . . . Kirksville ......Kahoka . . . . . . Palmyra . West Branch, Ia. . . Ft. Dodge, la. . . . Shelbyville . Mt. Prospect, Il. . . Des Moines, Ia. . . . . . Salisbury Arlington Hts., Il. . . . . . Sewal, la. Vickie Mann . . David March . Glennon Marsh Dana Marshall Dennis Martin . . . . . Donald Martin Ellen Martin . Gayle Mason . Wayne Mason Nancy Matlock . . Malcom, Ia. . . Greentop . . . . Clarence Mt. Pleasant, Ia. ......Fulton Mt. -Prospect, Il. . . . . . Revere . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . . . Bloomfield, Ia. . . . . St. Louis l l l l 1 1 1 ...X . 1 F 4 5 as A -. Qs , X 75? Q 4 ,' '-at Q. . f- , -Www W Y.. X t .1 f ,Q K' -5 A-:rx we Donald Merritt . . Angela Meyer . . David Meyer . . . Patsy Meyer . . . Shiao Miao . . Jeffrey Miles . . Becky Miller . . . Carolyn Miller . . . Daniel Miller . . Barbara Miller . . Elmer Miller . . James Miller . . . Karen Miller .... Kathleen Miller . . Ronald Miller . . Jack Milne .... Janet Mitchell . . . Deborah Mobley . . Michael Moehle . . Mohsen Mifdamadi f . Mark Monroe .... Martha Montgomery Roselle Montgomery Joe Moore ...... Michael Moore . . . Susan Moots . . . Julie Morlan . . . Debra Morgan . . . Peg Morgan . . . Robert Morgan . . . Paul Morris . . John Morton . . . Linda Moser . . . James Motley . . Jill Mourer . . . James Mudd . . . Florence Mullin . . Edgar Murphy . . . Mary Myers ..... Jeanne Myerscough . Lisa Nagel . . . James Neal . . Beverly Neil . . . Amy Jo Newell . . Anita Newland . . . Diane Newman . . Sheryl Newsom . . Deborah Nichols . . Carla Nicholson . . Donna Niday . . . . . . . . Kirksville Fort Madison. la. . . . . . . Florissant .......Canton . . . Taiwan . , Newton, la. . . . . . . Milan . . , . St. Joseph . Des Moines, Ia. . . . . . Palmyra . . Elsberry , . . . . . Macon . . . . St. Charles Ft. Madison, la. . . . . Thompson . . . . Dysart, Ia. . . . . . Madison . N. Kansas City . . . . . Macon . . . Iran . . . Clutier, Ia. . . . . . . . Troy . . . . . Sumner . Washington, la. . ..... Brookfield .......Gibbs . Bloomfield, la. . . . . . Kirksville . Davenport, Ia. ......Fulton . . Columbia . . . St. Louis . . Brunswick ......Cyrene . . Richland, Ia. .......Silex Demarest, N. J. . . . . Brookfield . . New Hartford . . . . St. Louis . . . . Kirksville . . . Highland Park, ll. . . . . Brookfield . . Eddyville. la. . . . Downing . . . . Marcelinc . . New Florence , . . Marceline . . . Corydon, la. . . . Corydon, la. 312 Sandra Niester . . Ali Nimrouzi . . . Rodney Noel . . . Kathleen Nordyke Floyd Norris . . . Elaine Norman . . Sharon Norris . . Deanna O,Brian . Cameron Ochiltree Daniel O'Donnell . Dennis Okihara . . Valerie O'Leary . Vivian Oliver . . . Candace Olson . . Phillip Orf .... Mary O'Rourke . . . . . Debra Osborn . . . Kathy Otte .... Mackie Owen . . . Susan Owensby . . Jonathan Page . . Sherry Painter . . . Donna Palumbo . Mary Papich . . . Mitzi Pappas . . . Hassan Parsakia . Sharon Parson . . Lynette Patterson . La Rae Paulsen . . Thomas Pausche . Steven Peacock . . Thomas Pearl . . Debra Pelz .... Michael Penrod . . Linda Pentecost . . Carol Peoples . . Susan Peoples . . Kathy Person . . Denise Peterson . . Charles Phillips . . Denese Phillips . . . Laura Phillips . . . Rita Pierce ..... Michael Pierschbacher . . . . Jeff Pierson ........ Joanne Pilger .... Jacob Pilkington . . . Robert Pilz .... Jennifer Piper . . Pamela Plume . . . . , Grinnell, Ia. ..,......Iran .......Moberly . . Washington, Ia. . . . . . . Clarence . . . . . . Hannibal . ..... Ottumwa, Ia. . Leavenworth, Ks. . Huntington, NY . . . . Shelbina . . . Kekaha, Hi. . . Wyckoff, NJ . . . . Mexico . . . Seymour, Ia. . . Bowling Green ......St.Louis University Park, Ia. .......Canton . . Liberty, Il. . . . St. Louis . . . . Hannibal .......Mokane . Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . . Lovilia, Ia. . New York, N. Y. ......Iran . . Brookfield . . . Kirksville . . . Dysart, Ia. . . . Lisle, Il. . . Davenport, Ia. . . Washington, Ia. . . Blairsburg, Ia. . . . Eldon, Ia. . . . Tipton, Ia. . . Shelbyville . . Leonard . . . Brashear . . . . Steffenville . . . Ottumwa, Ia. , . . Rothville . . . Marshall . . . . . Keota, Ia. . . . Chariton, Ia. . . Des Moines, Ia. . Brentwood, N. Y. . . . Bowling Green . . . Palatine, Il. . . Queen City . . St. Charles Karen Poertner . Ellen Pollock . Larry Ponder . . Anan Poonpanich Edith Porter . . Karen Porter . . . . . . Pacific . . La Plata . .Salisbury . . . Thailand . . . Kirksville Burlington, la. Anne Leone ponders over possible gifts during the busy Christmas SCHSOIT. Roger Potter . . Cheryl Powell . . Randy Powell . . Paula Preston . . Thomas Price . . Timothy Proffitt . . Shirley Propps . . . Alva Purvis . . . Janis Quick . . Judy Racey . . Kenneth Rahe . . . Simon Ramirez . . Clarence Ramsey . Ernest Raub .... Karen Reckert . . Charles Reighard . Christine Renstrom Annice Reschly . . Cynthia Reschly . . Beverly Rhoades . . Stephen Rhoads . . Diana Richardson . Kathy Richardson . Romie Richardson . Marritta Ridge . . . Richard Riegle . . . Terry Rigdon . . Sharon Riley . , . Jill Riney .... Jane Rinkle . . Christopher Riordan Cyril Ritter ..... Carolyn Ritzman . . Dennis Roberts . . Suzann Roberts . . . . Oskaloosa, Ia. Montgomery City . . . . . Kirksville . . Keytesville . . Brookfield . . . St. Charles . . . . . Harris . . . . Memphis . . Davenport, Ia. . . . Shelbyville . . . . St. Charles . . Davenport, Ia. . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . . . . . Wheeling Arlington Hts., Il. . . Monroe, Ia. . . . Martinsburg . Washington, Ia. . Washington, Ia. , . . . . Memphis . . . . . Bevier . . . Hurdland . , . Macon . . Brunswick . . . Newark . . . Hazelwood . . . . . Kirksville . Washington, la. . , . . Hannibal . . . Laddonia . . . Norwalk, la. . . . . Hannibal . . . . . Perry, la. . . . Corydon, Ia. . . . Lancaster l l l 1 ll l 1 l l l l l l l I l l l l sl ll l lgl :If lit ll l ,l ll ll l ll l l l, l, :ll ill I. l lll V ll ll l l l 1 l ll l' , l tl l 1 l ' ,l 5 l ll l .X , 1 it t l ll 3 'l 1 l l l l ll l l l l in l 1 I ,l li' J ll l l l l ll l 17 ll l ll l 1' l ll ll f ll it l 313 l Marilyn Robey . . . Nancy Robinson . . Cliff Rockhold . . . Lynn Rockhold . . Stanley Rodgers . . Ann Roemerman . . Rosemary Roenfanz Frank Rosenboom . Janie Ross .... Jo Ann Ross . . . Michele Ross .... . . . Mary Ellen Roth . . Vickie Rottmann . Richard Roulet . . Carole Rowland . . Debra Rowland . . Susie Rudd ..... Laurance Rumer . . Carol Russell . . . . . . . . Silex . . . Lancaster . . . Lineville, Ia. , . . Lineville, Ia. . . . Winfield, Ia. . . . Des Peres . Ventura, Ia. Davenport, Ia. . . . . Brashear . . Mendon Davenport, Ia. . . . . St. Ann . . . Meadville Bloomfield, Ia. Knoxville, Ia. . . Quincy, Il. . ........ Eolia Thornburg, Ia. . Moulton, Ia. David Russell . . .... Mexico Linda Ryan .,.. ..... C anton Sally Ryan ..... Bloomfield, Ia. George Saffarrans . .... Monroe Masoud Sajadian . . . ....... Iran Diane Sallade .... . . . Berkeley Wayne Salter ....... . . . Brashear Mohama Saremi-Noori . . . .... Iran Shumpol Sasnasopa . . . . . . Thailand Betty Sass ....... .... S t. Peters Carrie Scalf ..... . . . Wellman, Ia. Ann Schafer . . .... La Grange Jo Schar ..... . . Stronghurst, Il. Lois Schenck . . . ..... St. Louis Gary Schneider . . . . . . Jefferson City Merle Schneider . . . . St. Charles Class of1974 Learning to dress to suit the weather and studying how to walk on sheets of ice are important parts of the freshman curriculum too! Kenneth Schnettgoecke . . Nancy Schnoor . . Mary Lois Schrock Rita Schuessler . . Paulette Schulte . . William Schulte . . . . Florissant Davenport, Ia. . . Brookfield Lone Tree, Ia. . . St. Charles Houghton, Ia. ,., , I Q ia il it an . 'XJ Qfit g M- ' f',. f 4 f ff ,Q ff ,4-.. Jane Schumann . . Linda Schuster . . . Stephen Selby . . . Janice Septer . . . Debra Sergeant . . . Gregory Seth . . . Susan Severs . . . John Seward . Linda Sewell .... Homayoun Shaghafi Carolyn Shahan . . . Donalyn Shaw . . Marc Sheer .... David Shelledy . . Janice Sheridan . . . Robert Sherr .... Carol Sherwood . . Jerry Shinn ..... William Shockley . Mary Shoults .... Janneelyn Shoults . Kerrie Shoults . . . Jane Shutts ..... Deborah Sidelinker . . . . . . . . Washington . . . Ballwin . . Kirksville . . . Salem, la. . . Waterloo, Ia. . . Farmington, la. . . Des Moines, la. . . . . Clarksville . . . . Atlanta .....lran .......Edina .......Delhi,Ia. . . . Rock Island, ll. . . New London, Ia. . . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . . Peabody, Ma. . . . . . Shelbina . . . Traer, la. . . St. Louis . . Lancaster . . Lancaster .. ..... .Lancaster . ........ Knox City Pleasant Ridge, Mi. David Silverio ..... ........ A lbia, Ia. Constance Simmons Marilyn Simms .... Marsha Simpson , . Sherrie Sims . . . Wanda Sims . . Kent Sincox . . Sally Sincroft . . . Paula Singleton . . Robert Skvy .... Elizabeth Slaughter Christy Slinkard . . Barbara Smith . . . Caroline Smith . . . Harry Smith .... Kenneth Smith . . Marla Smith . , . Randy Smith . . . Sharon Smith .... Sharon D. Smith . . Sheryl Smith ..i. Stephen Smith . . . Stephen H. Smith . David Smoot . . . Brent Snell .... Harold Snyder . . . . . Ottumwa, la. . . . . Hannibal . . . . Bucklin . . . Macon . . . Pacific . . . Independence . . Wilmette. ll. . . . Kirksville . . . Tulsa, Ok. . . Kirksville . . Florissant . . . . . . Brunswick ....,...Winfield . . Mt. Pleasant, la. ........Callao . . . Oskaloosa, la. f. '.' ....... Kirksviiie Arlington Heights, ll. , , ........ Lucerne , , . Wyaconda ......Albia, la, . . . Bowling Green . . . . Shelbyville . . Knox City . . . . Baring 1 WJ 315 316 Class of1974 Constance Sparks . Olga Spilar ..... Lavinia Sponsler . . Pamela Sprehe . . . Gerald Stambaugh . Pamela St. Clair . . Dale Steele ....., Brenda Steinhoff . . Stephanie Steinmann Susan Stephan . . . John Stephenson . . Karen Stephenson . Karen Sterrett . . . Holly Stewart . . Nancy Stichling . . Caren Stone . . Carolyn Stone . . Cindy Streb . . . Richard Strong . . . Meldon Stubbs . . . Kavan Stull . . Sally Sutton . . Karen Swift .... Timothy Swisher . . Charles Swon . . . Mohamma Tabataba Alireza Ma Tafreshi Shigeo Tau ..... Dennis Taylor .... Richard Taylor . . . Susan Taylor .... Dianne Ten Eyck . Julia Terpstra . . . Steven Teter .... Brenda Thoelke . . Douglas Thomas . . Richard Thomas . . Timothy Thomas . . Helen Thompson . . Jean Thompson . . . Michael Thornton . Brenda Thorpe . . . Judith Threlkeld . . Carol Timmerman . James Tipton .... Shirley Tipton . . Mary Todd . . . Cindy Toebe . . . Helen Tolle .... Edward Tooey . . . . . . St. Louis . , Rosario, Ar. . . . Kirksville . . Milford, Il. Springfield, Ia. . . . . La Plata . Ottumwa, Ia. . . . St. Charles . . Florissant . . . Ellisville . . Newton, Ia. . . . . . Snyder . Urbandale, Ia. Des Moines, Ia. . . . . St. Louis . . . Chariton, Ia. . Chariton, Ia. . Riverside, Ia. . . . Orwell, Vt. . Bedford, Ma. . . . . Mexico . . . Quincy, Il. . . Gilman City . . Hobart, In. . . . . Center . . . Iran . . . . . . Iran . . . Okinawa . . . Auxvasse . . Altoona, Ia. . . . Shelbyville . .... Kirksville . Lynnville, Ia. . . Kansas City . . . . . Foley . . . St. Louis . . . . Columbia . . . . Hamilton, Il. . . . . Kirksville Shell Rock, Ia. . . Barstow, Ca. . . . . Middletown . . Shelbyville . . . Glendale . . Quincy, Il. . . . . Macon . . . La Grange . . . . Florissant . Cherokee, Ia. . . . Brookfield ,V f y iw if A, - ,fvfj 2,5-iq ' fry ,f fy! l ,Xfff J fffffff WW Aff in.. yf 7? X , w y ff fi Z f f fff 7 1 z 4 X 4 fy 9 4 QW 1 3 f fffy M W ff! I I 4 Q , f , , I J-, 5 13, ,, K ZW? A X iw Vu ,f 'f f V 5 f f . ,gy ff f ' . . , , W 1 ' f V f 1. , , f W , ' - V Q ,-1,5 . f , W f X7 ,I rc L , N , , af, 5, ks? iw 2 f ' ' 2' 17' 7 'dw f fwf X 4' f ff Vailolo Tosi . . . Michael Tovrea . . Mark Treasure . . Debra Truitt . . Helen Truitt . . . Nancy Tuggle . . . Larry Turner . . . 'Karen Uhlmeyer . Kenneth Uhlmeyer Nancy Upton . . . Roger Utley .... Brenda Utterback . . . . Cathy Valentine . Patricia Van Dyke Diana Varnon . . . Cynthia Veerman Karen Ven Horst .lonna Vencill . . . Wanda Vlahovich Georgia Voehl . . Victoria Vogler . . Marvin Vore . . . David Wagner . . . Jane Walsh . . . Debra Walston . . Evelyn Ward . . . William Ward . . . Susan Watkins . . Catherine Watson Peggy Weaver . . Barbara Weber , . Yvonne Weber . . Debbie Wehner . . David Wehrmeister Nancy Wen ..... Sandra West .... Karen Westhofl . . . Mark Weston . . . Beatrice Wheeler . Pamela Wheeler . . . David Whitehead . Mary Whitham ..., Cheryl Whitmore . Jeanne Wieberg . . . Paul Wieck . . . Rhonda Wilkerson Patricia Wilkinson George Willer .... Sandra Willhite . . Deborah Williams . . . . . Samoa . . Norwalk, la. . . Kansas City . . Green Castle . . . . Linneus . . Shelbyville . . . Kirksville ......Canton ......Canton New Sharon, Ia. West Liberty, Ia. . . . Middletown . . Powersville . . . St. Charles . . . St. Charles . Oskaloosa, Ia. . Bettendorf, Ia. , , . Green City . . . . . Novinger . . Ottumwa, Ia. . . Moscow Mills . . . Auxvasse . . . . . Kearney . . . . . Florissant Barnes City, Ia. . . . . . Kirksville . . Davenport, Ia. . . Le Claire, Ia. . . . . Coatsville . . Revere . . . La Belle . . . . . Atlanta . . New Cambria . La Grange, ll. ......Taiwan . . Oskaloosa, Ia. . . . . O'Fallon . . . Oelwein, Ia. . . . Queen City . . Jefferson City . . . . Wellsville . Washington, Ia. ......Annada . . Martinsburg . . Dysart, la. . ,.., Leonard . . Ottumwa, la. . , ..... Silex . . Phillips, Tx. . . Monroe City Mila Williams . . . Rolanda Williams . Dixie Wilson .... Edwin Wilson . . . Margaret Wilson . . Jonnie Wilson . . Rick Wilson . . . Roger Wilson .,.. Gary Windmann . . Linda Windoffer . . Bruce Wingert . . . Rebecca Winke . . . Joyce Wisdom . . . James Wollrab . . . Mary Wommack . . Mildred Wood . . . William Wood . . . Cheryl Woodcock . Nancy Woods .... Garnita Woodward Judy Wortz ..... Valorie Wrage . . . Patricia Wright . . Julie Wyckoff . . Scott Yagel . . Mohammed Yarpezeshkan . . . Michael Yates . . . Stephen Yates . . Mary Yoder . . . Terry York . . Anthony Young . . Deborah Young . . Roger Young .... Daniel Zajichek . . Abdul-Karim Zatari Jacqueline Zear . . Robert Zeller . . Karen Zinke . . . Kevin Zoeller . . Freshmen become quickly oriented tow 3 . . New Cambria . . . St. Louis . . Brookfield . . . Kahoka . . La Belle . . Linneus , . . Traer, Ia. . . . . Lancaster . . . Warrenton . . . Payson, Il. . . . . . Dysart, Ia. . . . Ft. Madison, Ia. . . . . . . Centralia . . . Ainsworth, Ia. ........Silex . . . Emden . . . Memphis . . . Bridgeton . . . . Edina . . . Atlanta . . . . . . Powersville . Grundy Center, Ia. .........Macon . . Cedar Rapids, Ia. . . . . . Brookfield ......Iran . . . Clarksville . . . . Monroe City . . . Thornburg, Ia. . . Bloomfield, Ia. ......St.Lou1s . . . . . . Worthington . . Crawfordsville, Ia. tm . . . Davenport, la. mm J ....,..Jordan . . Washington, Ia. . . . Springfield, Ia. ......Ballwin . . Burlington, Ia. rd NMSC social life at the annual yearhng dance ini' l I l I Freshman officers elected for the year include: Row lg Sue Eichemier, Anne Wilson, Jan Stevens, Kathy Dolan. Row 23 Steve Berg, Simon Ramerez, Chris Riordan, and Cy Ritter. Brenda Ferguson returns from XMAS shopping uptown. Potential recruits eagerly await college life. l MW -up A ev 5 Fl X M l 0 i l 4'-t i if ia i '31 "N.. Q'- 4 W? 320 Row l: Teresa Fleming, Debbie Deason, Debbie Wilson, Nancy Char- Barbara Courtney, Ann Barshell, Juanita Hahn. Row 3: Debbie Cory, bonneaux, Cecilia Beets, Susan Owensby, and Florence Celli. Row 23 Barbara Jenisch, Jan McNally, Marie Eckhardt, Jackie Gill, Kathy Carole Elliott, Loraine Heddleston, Rhonda Shearl, Maradell England, Lawton, Sharon Norris. ' Row l: Brenda Brosi, Linda Burns, Jane Craft, Jennifer Sawyer, Sue Preston, Cindy Reynolds, Connie O'Dear, Nancy Sehriefer, Renee Wilken Eichemier. Row 2: Shirlene Foster, Rita Rhoades, Judi Schaeffer, Elaine Kathleen Iseli. Norman, Terri Collier, Carolyn Wildman. Row 3: Patsy Redden, Paula Row l: Songsri Kraturerk, Gina Clark, Dory Jacobucci, Jane Daggett, Debbie Davis, Cherie Crawford. Row 2: Mary Ellen Roth, Roseann Giam- metta, Pam Simpson, Brenda Rodman, Diane Swisher, Sharon Copen- Sixty-Nine Candidates Queen Announcement of the year's ECHO Queen was a long- awaited activity for the girls involved. It all began back in November, when nominations opened, with a record turn- out of sixty-nine candidates. From this group, the candi- dates were reduced in number by a panel of faculty, stu- dents. and townsmen. This elimination was held in early December in the Alumni Room with the judges selecting five girls as finalists, after much voting. Judges for the evening were: Linda Heun, Language and Literature Division: Naomi Roberts, Special Programs haver, Becky Squires. Row 3: Irene Whitham, Karen Elliott, Linda Elliott, Georgia Voehl, Debbie Placht, Kathy Kiley. ze or 7 C O V' F , 1 E H Division: Eugenia Roberts, Business Education Divisiong Karen Snyder, Kirksville businesswomang C. V. Huenemann, Language and Literature Division: Walter Ryle, Social Sci- ence Divisiong Richard Craddock, Health and P.E. Divisiong Lou Cottey, Kirksville attorney: Ev Hall, Kirksville busi- nessman: Carolyn Smith, '70 ECHO Queen: Linda Cagle, Bulldog cheerleader: Cathy Powell, '71 ECHO editor: Louis Hamilton, '7l ECHO editor: Randy Dawson, Bulldog football player: Jim Gantt, Student Senate memberg and Ken Beber- meyer, Bulldog football tri-captain. 321 4 ,A l 1 1 x 1 1 s . 1 'N Q 4 1 4 N I 3 ,A ' '- v E 3- 1 .R fi x ,I Q - 1 xr Qi 1 1 i f""s GN Dick Cavett Selects Queen I 'Upon selection of the finalists, Dick Cavett was sent their photographs and requested to choose among them Finalists picked b the judges were: Nancy Schriefer, Cherie Qualman, f ' Mary Kauffman, Maradell England, and Jane ' 'Tl Craft. Cherie Qualman's picture was not for- I C L ' warded for final selection due to a rule stating ,, that the ECHO Queen must be single: she mar- ried in the winter to eliminate herself from final consideration. Candidates pose for pic after selection as finalists. D I C K CAVE TT 1-:arch 15, 1971 Mr. Louis Hamilton 261 Dobson Hall Northeast Missouri State College Kirksville, Missouri 63501 Dear Louis: When I accepted the challenge of selecting the 1971 ECHO Queen, I anticipated it to be a delightful challenge, but instead I found it quite frustrating. How can you find one girl to be prettier than another when you have five extremely attractive girls to choose from? It was very hard so I have copped-out and chosen all the finalists to be ECHO Queens... No, seriously folks. After great deliberation, I have selected Mary Kauffman. Thank you for asking me to participate in this event. I wish you and the entire class of 1971 happiness in the years to come. Sincerely DICK CAVLTT 1iACfdaw Enclosure "Q . 323 324 I ff' A ,f f if W' 4 1 Ji 2 f f W . 1.25, ,r v 5 5 1 If ., X .Q in 4 we ,Q 1 me 'P u. fx.. A W , I-fx . L 4 W 326 Fall semester staff poses for the ECHO lens. Change Evident in Index Style Transition and rennovation were the key words in this year's Index. One of the major changes was the initiation of salaried editorial positions. The Index was edited by Stan Johnston during the fall semester and Joan Bobeen during spring semester. In the latter part of the fall semester the Index began an experimental bi-weekly publication. but it returned to weekly publication at the start of spring semester. The Index furnished the students with comprehensive coverage of campus and national news. During the year, the staff changed the content, quality. and appearance of the newspaper. Advertising sales for the Index were made by Chet Robbins. Managing editor was Elizabeth Twyman, and copy editing was handled by Joan Bobeen, Brenda Riley, and Brooke Williams. Rich Lucas served as sports editor. Photography for the Index was done by Steve Goeke. During fall semester Joe Galkowski resigned his position as advisor to the Index and was succeeded in the spring by Richard Massa. 15' ani ,y as ' .W . Wings. f . - 1 Rich Lucas and Joan Bobeen plan the layout for another cdi- tion of the INDEX. 'bi -Q-wmwvif' Liz Twyman joins Joan Boheen and Rich Lucas in prephlfing Advisor Joe Galkowski and photographers Steve Goekc at- tempt to provide students with an up-to-date portrayal ol campus events. ff f z -,mmm linal copy lor the vvcelcs edition ol thc paper. 327 328 mi' X. if A .N Y IJ. ECHO StaffDevotes There are always a few tasks which cause those involved a good deal of time and effort. Thus it was with the l97l ECHO Staff, devoting much energy to the publication of the NMSC annual. The year saw various personnel changes for those connected with the staff. Joe Galkowski resigned as advisor at the end of the fall semester, to be capably replaced by Richard Massa. Cathy Powell, co-editor with Louis Hamilton. also left at the end of the first semester to be married. Yet, through all the changes, work was continuing on this edition of the yearbook. The pictures on these and the following pages point out some of the activities of the l97l staff. Some members who gave a lot were missing when these photos were taken, but their contributions are valid and appreciated. -X Hwy V Energy to Publication . X ...W 0- up T021 'll --ft! .41 I fjr, 41 -uf 4 My ZW WW 4 I 1 w4j 329 330 1 f f A L.. 1 ' f , f. 1 f g ,,., 4 , , ' Wifi? 1 f " f 4' f J' Vi .- ff 4 f 1 4, mA ' ef r, f , ff , X Q 1' if 9 .K-V V 1 'Q 'Q' ,Q ,fx A rifkr' ' ff it , K! I S4717 ' I f Wx X M7 ' mm f .rw f X MXKX XM' f Hr, N-...nl-i IMF? 331 I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 332 Now that the year is drawing to a close, most of us will forget many of the people who made this yearbook a reality. I do not say that the book is good: I feel that this is due to a combination of factors, with most of the blame directed rightfully at me. For a yearbook to have any meaning at all, it must adequately reflect the mode of student life presentg I don't think that this present version does a very good job of such reflection. There were several people who attempted to breathe life into the l97l ECHO through contribu- tions of time and workg there were several people who were more of a hindrance than a help. Many of you will be angry and exasperated because some- thing in this book will not be the way that you wanted it. For the valid complaints, I apologizeg for the petty ones, there is no apology due. I would like to thank all of you who cooperated with us in our at- tempt to produce a good book. In particular, I would like to thank those yearbook staff members who helped considerably in the production of this bookg it was a pleasure to work with you. Louis Hamilton, Editor I M54 ist' -O 72172 f', f . , If M ' f f , X U , ' 'fQf"fQx f V -f ff M A , ,, , ,,.- N . 333 334 A Abernathy. Jean E. 284 Abuomar, Ribhi Ata 300 Abuomar, Wahab 300 Ackers, Willie Earl 186 Adam, Eddie Lee 84,183,268 Adams, Barbara 284 Adams, Nancy Rae 121,300 Adams, Patricia A. 92,120,238 Adams, Robert C. 300 Agee, Cindia Mae 106,284 Agnew, Timothy Lee 238 Ahee, Richard 268 Ahern, Susan Ellen 127,284 Ahn, Gertrude Lilian 238 Ajami, Mohamed N. 268 Akhavan, Kamran 300 Akins, Linda Kay 120,268 Al-Ansari, Ali H. 268 Albus, James Henry 182,183,158 Alderton, Kathy Jo 300. Aldrich, Teresa Ruth 300 Alexander, Sue A. 87,300 Alexander, Thomas O. 63,238 Alfred, Diane Marie 300 Allan, John Henry 91,238 Allbritton, Don 186,220,224 Allen, Barbara Jean 268 Allen, Keith 220 Allen, Larry Lee 284 Allen, Linda Frances 268 Allen, Ronald Keith 300 Allen, Ronnie Tim 136 Allen, Steven L. 84,238 Allgood, Bernerd H. 136,300 Almond, Dorothy F. 238 Altieri, Nicholas C. 183 Amedei, Joetta Sue 88,90,131, 238 Ancell, Diane France 284 Andachter, Ronald R. 268 Anders, Robert Lee 126,132 Anderson, Arlys Ann 88,90, 1 31, 284 Anderson, Dana Irene 284 Anderson, Eddie Fran 106,300 Anderson, Gay L. 268 Anderson, Kenneth R. 300 Anderson, Linda Jean 284 Anderson, Lorena Kay 268 Anderson, Mary L. 238 Anderson, Michael L. 186 Anderson, Pamula Dee 300 Anderson Anderson Anderson , Patricia J. 300' ' , Rodney D. 139,284 Anderson, , Thelma L. 14,300 Susan J. 284 Andrews, Alice E. 284 Andrews, Susan Gayle 101, 102, 238 Angel Jr, Jim V. 268 Angel, Ruth L. 234 Aossey, Kamel A. 238 Appel, Marvin R. 300 Appel, Theodore 300 Appold, Mark 128 Appeltauer, Karen M. 284 Appeltaver, Gustavo 234 Apperson, Sherry 104 Arabpour, Paizullah 96 Arcioni, Frank Louis 107,284 Arender, Paula Kay 238 Argo, Max Eugene 238 Ariana, Reza 268 Arico, Karen 125,144,238 Armstrong, Dwaila A. 238 Armstrong, George P. 186 Armstrong, Elaine 300 Arnold, Linda Kay 268 Arnold, Novalee 111 Arnold, Sharon M. 284 Arnold, Stephen C. 268 Arnold, Willard C. 107 Arnot, Sherry Gwen 300 Arp, Steven Craig 300 Arthaud, Mary A. 268 Artman, Linda Faith 12l,138, 268 Echo Index Asay, Brad Le Roy 107,116 Ashcraft Jr, John F. 128 Asher, Linda Kay 111,284 Ashman, Pamela Diane 300 Assassi, Farshid H. 126 Atteberry. Dale L. 112,238 Atwood, Dennis Ray 238 Atwood, Nita Jean-Li 284 Augspurger, John D. 1 18,136, 300, Augustine, Dennis C. 180,181, 186,238 Avakian, Asped 284 Avis, Homer Benton 284 Axthelm, Janet D. 100,121,284 Ayers, Charles M. 176,284 Ayers, Janet Elaine 300 Ayers, Philip Thomas 284 Ayres, Paul Leroy 155 B Babb, Trudy Diane 300 Babbitt, Melinda J. 114,154,167,268 Bachman, Dennis Lee 186 Baczek, Judith D. 238 Baecht, Diane K. 126,268 Bagley, Judy Cheryle 238 Bagley, Mary K. 91,163 Bailey, Cynthia A. 238 Baird, Diane L. 284 Baker, Anthony S. 80,95,284 Baker, Brenda Sue 268 Baker, Charlotte A. 238 Baker, Danny Lee 186,300 Baker, Diane K. 300 Baker, James 155,175,284 Baker, Kent Gilbert 238 Baker, Leona Renee 284 Baker, Linda Jane 139,300 Baker, Shirley A. 284 Baker, Theodore C. 98,176,177, 238 Bakes, Christos N. 238 Bakhtiar, Feridoon 268 Balcom, Bonnie Lee 268 Baldwin, Dennis Ray 186 Baldwin, Stephen G. 284 Ball III, Edward L. 140,184,238 Ball, Donna Marie 284 Ball, Judith A. 239 Ballard, Richard D. 13,183,268 Ba11y,'VictorJ. 123,239 Banki, Gholam A. 97,300 Banner, Jimmy Dan 107 Banta, Kathleen Lois 171,284 Bante Jr, Thomas M. 239 Barber, James Willis 84,239 Bargar, John William 284 Barger, Michael Kirk 13,268B Barker, Betty Ann 20,136,268, 300 Barker, Catherine L. 164,239 Barker, Ricky Joe 143,300 Barker, Thomas Owen 268B Barnard, Charles Jay 268B Barnes, Earlene Lea 120,268B Barnes, Linda Jean 120,284 Barnes, Richard Alan 186 Barnes, Sterck A. 178,179,239 Barnett, James R. 268B Barnett, Linda Kay 300 Barnett, Shirley J. 88 Barnett, Steven J. 9l,98,130,239 Barnhill, Charles S. 268B Barrows, Norman Mark 268B Barry, Lana Dee 121,300 Barshell, Ann 320 , Barta, Jeanne Karen 90,94, 100, 120,23O,231,268 Bartels, Mary Jane 85,239 Bartlett, David Alan 139,300 Bartlett, Joann M. 171,284 Bartley, Marilyn R. 284 Bartow, John Harding 183 Bartow, Teresa A. 144,239 Baskett, Georgia I. 88,239 Baskett, Jeanne 239 Bates, Cheryl Lynn 85,268B Bates, Robert Herman 175,300 Battaglia, Gail F. 120 Battle, Charles H. 143 Baustian, Robert K. 176,301 Baxter, James Edward 84,268B Bay, Susan Louise 81,117,239 Bazeck, Jan 173 Beach, Karen Jeanene 92,111,301 Beaird, Marsha Jo 88,l31,268B' Beale, Colette Marie 301 Bean, William Mark 176,301 Bear, Thomas Lynn 268B Beaty, Brenda J. 168 Beaver, Johnny F. 301 Bebermeyer, Kenneth l79,186, 189,196 Becherer, Russell J. 94 Beck, Paula Rae 284 Becker, Christine L. 301 Beckert, Charley E. 284 Beechwood, Connie 135,136 Beechwood, Pau1J. 136 Beekhuizen, Laura J. 301 Beeler, George P. 239 Beets, Cecilia Anne 22,120,138, 168,268B,320 Behbahani, Mohammad 301 Behncke, Teryl A. 239 Behring, Mary Lou 88,100,121, 239 Behymer, James L. 284 Belew, Thomas Neil 186 Bell, John J. 239,284 Bell, Karen Ann 120,138 Bell, Regena K. 135,136,284 Bell, Randy 186 Bell, Rick James 84 Bell, Richie Lynn 239 Belville, Sandra Sue 284 Bemboom, Linda Kay 301 Benda, Michael G. 285 Benda, Nancy Jean 301 Bendlage, Karen 131 Bendlage, Rebecca A. 88,91,121, 239 Benedict, Patricia M. 117,285 Benjamin, Margaret E. 91,268B, Benn, James Perry 84,118,285 Bennet, Luther W. 179,186,239 Bennett, Janice L. 86,117,239 Bennett, Kitty Jo 90,l20,124,284 Benningfield, Robert 183,301 Benskin, Darlene Sue 163,284 Benson, Kenneth Lee 113,239 Bentele, Vic 301 Bentley, Jeanne 91,120,l38,168, 268B , Benton, Linda Susan 301 Bereiter, William P. 200 Berentes, Michael J. 186,187, 188,196,220,221,231,239,267 Berg, Steven Ira 17,249,310,319 Bergmann, La Verne C. 113,140, 285 Berke, Kevin Sue 285 Berlekamp, Conne J. 285 Berndt Jr, Garfield 139 Berry, Edward L. 113 Berry, Nancy Evelyn 285 Berryman, Jill Rae 301 Berryman, Johna Kay 239 Berstler, Carl J. 240 Bertels, Stephen M. 98,268B Bertelsen, Sherry D. 80,1 15, 124,l27,167,268B Beshears, Dan Ray 301 Best, Renae Peggy 88,91,121, 131,240 Bethards, Charles W. 180,181 Bettis, Steven L. 216 Bettring, Mary Lou 90 Betz, George John 240 Beucke, William Ray 130,240 Bevins, Daniel Ray 183,301 Beyer, Debra Lou 301 Bickers, John Joseph 186 Biggers, Jerel R. 301 Biggerstaff, Jane L. 167' Biggs, Karen Sue 301 Biggs, Vicki Ann 63,132,268B Bigham, Donna L. 285 Bilder, Robert C. 179,210,213 Bird, Rececca Ann 285 Birkeness, Barbara A. 268B Birkhead, Bonnie M. 301 Bischoff, Kathleen N. 240 Bisemann, Greg 285 ' Bishop, George R. 200 Bishop, Susan 120,285 Bissey, Melvin E. 105,268B Bitting, Lyndle J. 112,240 Black, Steven Robert 240 Blake, Robert 217 Blakeley, Joseph W. 234 Blakely, Gary Lee 268B Blakley, Charles V. 101,122,186 192,196,216 Blanchard, Rebecca L. 167,285 Blankenship, David J. 268B Blazicek, Charles J. 216,240 Bledsoe, Barbara 132 Bledsoe, Frances J . 268B Bledsoe, Le Roy W. 268B Blessing Jr, Buddy 240 Blickhan, Mary Jane 268B Bliefnick, Connie S. 88,91,l32, 269 Bliefnick, Helen Ann 85,91,240 Blinkinsop, Gary A. 269 Bloodgood, Janita R. 132 Blue, Denise Anne 171,301 Bluml, Janet M. 240 Blunt, Douglas O. 269C,301 Boal, Becky J. 269 Boatman, Brenda K. 240 Bobeen, Joan Marie 269,327 Bode, Elaine Cecile 285 Boeckelman, Jo E. 163 Boehm, Norris John 269 Boetely, Edward 135 Bogert, Donald G. 240 Bognar, Stephen J. 269 Boies, Richard Dean 301 Boley, David D. 240 Boley, Dianne Elaine 301 Boltz, Nancy J. 143 Bond, Steve 240 Bond, Michael David 285 Bondy, Mary E. 301 Boone, Linda Lee 285 Boonterm, Sawai 234 Boonyakiertibotra, K. 96 Booth, Paul E. 269 Boothby, Nancy Sue 240 Boothe, Linda Jean 301 Bornhauser, Pamela J . 301 Borron, Beth Ann 88,131,301 Boswell, James E. 183,285 Botham, Sue Ann 285 Botticelli, Patrick 84,173,240 Botts, James S. 234 A Boudine, Michelle 135 Boudreau, Nicholas C. 83,l00, 102 Bouge, David Dean 269 Boullear, Betty A. 88,240 Bounds, Kenneth R. 84,140 Bourgeois, Benny Way 301 Bowen, Arlene K. 92,240 Bowen, Barbara Sue 285 Bowen, Jean Denise 285 Bowen, John Wayne 240 Bowers, Leslie M. 285B Bowles, Dee A. 240 Bowles, Michael E. 240 Bowles, Susan Elaine 269 Bowlin, Patricia Lee 168 Bowman, Kathleen N. 285B Bowzer, Patrick J . 269 Boyd, Dennis Ray 135,136 Boyd, Gary 220 Boyer, Joseph Henry 200.205, 207,208 Braaten, Charles E. 301 Bradley, David Glen 132,301 Bradley, Linda Kay 301 Bradley, Michael J. 110,240 Brake, Alan Lee 301 Brammann. Rex Earl 301 Brammer, Virginia 240 Brand, William Dean 241 Branham, Charles M. 269 Branstetter, Monty G. 269 Brassfield, Jane A. 120,138,269 Breen, Thomas Lee 301 Brennecke, Catharine 144,241 Brett. Mary Julia 301 Breuer, Ronald E. 285B Brewer, Kevin Wayne 301 Brewer, Vernon S. 269 Briant, David Wayne 186 Brice, Lana Elaine 130,269 Brickey, John Robert 269 Bright, Charles E. 94,135 Brim, Betty Lou 301 Brimhall, Marjorie J. 301 Brinker, Wilma Jean 121,138 Brinkman, William C. 140,241 Briscoe,'Brenda Faye 301 Brobst, Richard L. 140,241 Brockshus, Doris A. 269 Brodeen, Michele J. 101,164 Broemmer, Cindy Lou 285B Brookhart, Mariann 301 Brooks, Mark Douglas 301 Brooks, Richard E. 241 Brophy, Robert M. 301 Brosi, Brenda Ann 125,162,163, 320 Broughton, Joan L. 100,241 Brower, Debbie Ann 285B Burns, Linda V. 241,320 Burse, Bill Joe ll9,132,285C Burton, Burton, Burton, Burton, Donald R. 180 Michael D. 95,210,285C Ronald Dean 285C Sally Jo 241 Busch, Douglas E. 175,269B, 302 Busch, William J. 179 Bush, Charlisa Lea 285C Bush, Sharon Kay 302 Bushman, Debra E. 302 Buswell, Ronald E. 175,285C Butay Jr, Anacleto 285C Butler, Timothy D. 84,241 Buttery, Barbara C. 269B Buttgen Jr, Kenneth l75,285C Byars, Keith Allan 285C Byrne, Michael 175,241 Byrum, Clara C. 101,241 C Cafer, Jeannine 120,286 Cagle, Linda G. 145,230,241 Cain, James H. 173,241 Cain, Leonard Kent 269B Caldwell, Kevin M. 302 Caldwell, Paula Kay 120,138, 164,302 Caldwell, Sheila J. 241 Calhoun, Danny L. 234 Calhoun, Ruth Ann 91,241 Brown Jr, Charles U. 186,241 Brown Brown Brown Brown , Audrie Ann 285B Bobbi Kay 301 Diana Lynne 301 Gloria Jean 269 Brown Guy Allen 113 Brown James Alvin 112 Brown, James Edward 269 Brown Nancy Louise 302 Brown Brown, Nelson Eugene 285B Patricia Ann 94,285B Carter, Carla D. 242 Browning, Patricia L. 302 Browning, Randall L. 302 Broyles, Carol Kay 92,269 Broyles, Lea Ann 163,285B Bruening, Thomas E. 241 Bruer, George E. 302 Bruner, Robert E. 241 Brunk, Jeffrey A. 285B Bryant, Alice Joy 86,285B Brzuszkiewicz, Arlen 285B Buban Jr, Peter 269 Buckingham, Gary A. 269 Bue, Virginia J. 285B Buechter, Gerard 97,234 Bueker, Thomas E. 186,302 Buell, Frank Lee 173,241 Bueneman, Karen E. 302 Buennig, Robert L. 1 13 Buffington, Charles 302 Buford, Nancy Carol 285B Bullock, Linda 105 Bullock, Roger G. 119,132 Bundy, Cheryl Ann 96 Calloway, Vicki Kay 286 Cambron,JeriA. 286 Cambron, Ronald Lee 286 Campbell Carol Faye 302 Campbell Cheryl Rae 302 Campbell Grace B. 115 Campbell Joyce M. 101,121, 241 Campbell Judith Mae 121,138, 241 Campbell, Kenneth L. 241 Campbell, Michael J. 302 Campbell, Pamela G. 234 Campbell, Campton Thomas Lee 286 David 136 Chambers, Charles W. 270 Chancellor, Linda K. 302 Chandler Jr, James L. 270 Chandrapanya, Duangd 234 Chang, Ch-Fang A. 234 Chang,Chi-Quei 234 Chang, Chien Ming 234 Chang, Yung-Kai J. 242 Changsingha, Chancha 302 Chiggonneaux, Nancy 167,302, Chase, Steve 214 Chatman, Velda Kay 115 Chaumpluk, Pintip 286 Chayer, Carl John 270 Cheatum, Diana Fae 302 Cheek, Susan Lea 302 Chen, Chich-Chung 234 Chen, Kuo-Tai John 83,234,242 Cheng, Hsu-Chin 243 Chi, Albert 234 Chiappy, Jody Evans 138,286 Chiarottino, Cheryl 141 Chiarottino, Theresa 270 Chickering, William 198,199 Chidester, Gary Alan 108,l30, 143,270 Childress, Herbert E. 17,18 Chien-Hsin Yang 242 Chinn, Joe Barry 286 Chintakanon, Prasai 96,234 Christensen, Dona L. 302 Christiansen, Nancy 302 Christie, John Keith 113 Christy, Gary Wayne 286 Christy, Lois Elaine 126 Church, Michael E. 200,286 Claggett, Charles S. 112,242 Clair, Lonnie L. 112,270 Clapp, Julie Anne 242 Clark, Candance Sue 118 286,320 Collins, Carl M. 242 Collins, Kathy L. 97,243 Collop, Franklin E. 270 Collopy, Steven E. 270 Combs, Brian Earl 286 Comegys, Cynthia J. 117,270 Comegys, David G. 174,175,243 Comley, Brenda Kaye 302 ' Compton,James L. 80,81,100, 107,108,l22,183,220,243 Conboy, James Daniel 302 Congdon, Bonnie Ann 286 Connell, Gary Lee 302 Conner, Michael J. 234 Constance, Richard L. 80,8l, 95,l02,156,180,l81,270 Constantino, Theresa 270 Cook, David Lee 303 Cook, Lola Jane 303 Cook, Mary Lee 270 Cooley, Randall Jay 303 Coons, Brenda Kaye 303 Coons, Terry Dean 286 Cooper, Barbara J. 90,131,270 Cooper, James Paul 139,140,270 Cooper, Kathy 141 Cooper, Linda 90 Coovert, David Earl 136 Copenhaver, Paul C. 1l8,1 19, 129,l35,l36,286 Copenhaver, Sharon L. 131,I32, 142,154,l63,286,321 Corkery, Kathleen M. 270 Cornelius, Connie L. 303 Cornelius, Sheryl K. 303 Cornick, Craig M. 104,243 Cornick, Deborah Kay 270 Cornick, John Henry 303 Cornwell, Bruce M. 243 Cornwell, Rosemary 88,100,243 Canaday, Richard H. 155,173 Cantrell, Donald J. 242 Caporizzo Jr, Alfred 286 Capps, Gene Odie 242 Cardenas, Edda 242 Carella, Richard A. 269B Carey, Judith Irene 84,286 Carlisle, Philip E. 242 Carlo, David Wendell 302 Carlson, Stephen C. 234 Carlson, Virginia 92,269 Carmody, Gerald 180,269 Carpenter, Aubrey B. 116,286 Carpenter, Stephen L. 269B Carr, Constance Reed 168,302 Carris, Ronald W. 84,242 Carroll, Dennis W. 95,182,183, 269B Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Cynthia Lee 136,142,270 , Danny Lee 270 , Gail Ann 302 , John Glen 302 , John Leroy 270 Clark Lou Ann 13,79,87,144, 242 , Clark Michael E. 286 Clark Clark Clark Clark Michael E. 270 Patricia A. 168 Randy James 302 Regina Marie 87,286,321 Clarkson, Ernest D. 302 Clearwaters, Kathy L. 302 Cleaver, Lloyd J. 80,107,108, 1 19,180,270 Cleeton, Beverly Kay 302 Cleeton, Carol Diane 115,270 Cory, Deborah Ruth 125,320 Cottom, Rita K. 115 1 Cottone, Faro C. 112 Cottrell, Richard D. 270 Couch, Karen Ann 303 Courtney, Barbara E. 80,140, 170,171,270,320 Courtney, Theresa E. 303 Cousins, Carroll J. 243 Cowen, John 199 Cowgill, Harris M. 16,80,286 Cox, Bobby Lynn 270 Cox, Connie 270 Cox, Marsha A. 126 Cox, Ted Allen 110,286 Cox, William T. 270 Cozart, David C. 234 Craft, Stephanie J. 163,303,320 Cragen, Lois S. 243 Cleeton, Debra R. 302 Cleeton, Virginia E. 270 Clem, Steve Wayne 1 16,176,286 Clermont, Douglas N. 270 Cleveland, Barbara J. 286 Clime, Michael Leroy 302 Close Jr, Vernon A. 242 Clover, Beth Ann 302 Clover, Pamela Sue 91,242 Clon, Ken 214,215 Craig, Mary 118,135,136,142 Craig, Paul B. 136,243 Craig, Pam 118,119,129 Craig, Peggy Ann 303 i Crane, Margaret I. 104 Sandra 141 , Barbara F. 243 1 Barton G. 186 1 Bundy, Donald Delmer 83,101, 102,l73,269B Burch, Thomas 83,140,241 Bureman, Ronald E. 101,269B Burg, Carole 88,241 Carter, Cathy Ann 112,286 Carter, Jean V. 100,115,269B Carter, John Olney 286 Carter, John William 97,110, Cloyd, Drennan M. 95,156,180, 2"0 Cloyd, Kima Louise 302 Cloyd, Michael D. 242 Cobb, Mary Louise 90,242 Coburn, James Ken 302 Burgason, Mark L. 173,269B Burgeois, Sharon Lee 128,285B Burger Jr, Eugene R. 87,241 Burger, Richard Dale 101,285B Burger, Susan E. 22,168,285 Burgess, Melodee Ann 302 Burghoff, Mary Carol 262,285B Burgin, Terence G. 269B Burk, Cathy Lea 103,302 Burke, James Arnold 269B Burke, Thomas James 200 Burke, William T. 84,269B Burkemper, Ruth Ann 269B Burkemper, Susan E. 125,l71, 285B Burkhalter, Jack Lee 241 Burlage, Loretta Ann 269B Burnaugh, Melicent 241 Burns, John Mitchel 10l,102, 269B Y Burns, Judith A. 285B 132,302 Casebolt, Jerry L. 242 Castagna, Kenneth T. 123,242 Catedral, Neva Jean 234 Cathcart, Clifton 104,242 Cathcart, Jerry L. 130,242 Catron, Christine L. g Cavanah, Kem Ryan 118,286 Celli, Florence E. 320 Cerven Jr, Robert D. 242 Cetta, Anthony J. 270 Cetta, Mary Michelle 242 Chacey, Ronald Keith 199 Chacey, Theresa Ann 88,302 Chadwell, Louisa 129,136,270 Chalek, William D. 126,242 Chalupa, Randy L. 302 Chamberlain, Doyle R. 84 Chamberlain, Marcia 236 Chamberlain, Robert 242 Chamberlain, Roy W. 270 Cochran, Becky 286 Cochran, David S. 242 Cochran, Mary Frieda 128,286 Cochran, Shirley J. 286 Cockley, Joel 186 Cockshoot, Dennis E. 80,8l,l55. 180,242 Coder, Carole 302 Coe, Lois Venay 302 . Coe, Ronald Howard 302 Cofer, Cecelia Doris 286 Coffey,JacquelineJ. 164,l65. 286 Cohen, Kenneth Don 87,104 Colbert, Debra Sue 302 Coleman, Kenneth R. 119,302 Collet, Vincent Ray 132 Collett, Terry Sue 132,302 Collier, Glynda Fay 270 Collier, Teresa M. 121,138,161 Cranston, David Jay 123,186,243 Cranston, Crawford Crawford, Crawford, Cathleen 94 Crawford, Cherie L. 125,270,321 Crawford Connie Lee 286 Crawford David H. 143,286 ' Crawford, Glenn D. 303 Crawford, Jerry M. 112,243 1 Crawford Randall W. 83,270 l Crawford Vickie Sue 92 Creath, Ahn Ilene 286 1 Creighton,John J. 113 Crews, William R. 303 1 Cribb, Brenda C. 286 3 Cribb, Neil 303 1 Cribb, Cheryl C. 303 . Crist, Maynard Paul 243 1 Crist, Sharon 243 Cronbaugh, Bonnie A. 270 Cronbaugh, Rodney J. 303 1 Crosby, Shirley 87 1 Crouch, Carol R. 85,243 1 Crouse, Margaret E. 286 Crousore, Michael L. 63,94,303 1 Crow, Frances M. 101.243 Crull, Joyce E. 89,243 Crump,Jay Gordon 180 Crump, Marcella 286 335 Ellerhoff, Janet M. 88,91,244 Martha Jane 271 Flam, 336 Cuculich, Barbara A. 303 Culbertson, Janice K, 134,243 Cullen, Steve 95,270 Cullen, Kristina Sue 20,94,l7l Cullor, Nancy C. 303 Cullum, Bessie L. 85,243 Cummings, Donald R. 186.187, 193,196,267 Cunningham, Wesley R. 270 Cupp, Joseph Wayne 303 Curio, Richard W. 270 Curlott, Patricia C. 286 Currie, Charles E. 200,20l,205, 208 Curry, Frederick T. 100.101, 103 Curtis Curtis Curtis, , Dale Leon 271 , Franklin B. 110 Mary Kristal 91,117,286 Curtis, Ronald Dean 243 D D Souza, Alan S. 96,286 DSouza, Eufemia 1. 286 Dafnides, Joanne 303 Daggett, Jane Ann l21,l38,168, 286,321 Dahl, Billie Duane 303 Dahm, Rosemary 234 Dahms, Beverly Jean 87,9l,121, 143,164,243 Dahms, Kathleen Ann 164,286 Dailey, Richard Ray 303 Dailey, Peggy Louise 286 Damron, David Keith 136,286 Dane, Marcia L. 90,243 Danforth, Dennis Joe 286 Daniels, Louise Ann 286 Daniels, Rickey Will 183 Daniels, Sherl Ann 287 Daniels, William Way 180,287 Darr, Robert Dean 287 Daues, William Walte 216 Davenport, James H. 98,105,271 Davidson, John Patri 136,303 Davidson, Judith Rae 128,135,287 Davis, Ann Bentice 303 Davis, David La V. 200,203,207 Davis, Debra Lynn 114,l54,167, 321 Davis, Davis, Debra Sue 167 Frederick Lee 271 Davis, Glenn Wilbur 303 Davis, Jack Lee 132,176,303 Davis, Linda Lee 303 Davis, Marilyn E. 85,124,303 Davis, Marilyn J. 167,234 Davis, Mary Alice 303 Davis, Nancy Lou 243 Davis, Ronald Alan 110,243 Davis, Ronald Dale 140 Davis, Roy A. 303 Davis, Scott Nelson 303 Davis, Stephen D. 303 Davison, Jenita B. 132 Davolt, Elsie May 303 Davolt, Gary Freeman 140,271 Dawson, Randall Lee 181,l86, 194,271,274 Day, De Vonna 287 De Bow, Gary C. 287 De Crescenzo, Margaret 271 De Hart, Blenna E. 287 De Meulenaere, Rose 244 De Moss, Julia Lee 303 De Roo, Timothy Paul 287 De Vore, John Edward 287 De Witt, Gwendolyn K. 86,271 De Yarman, Kay L. 79,121,l38, 287 Dean, George-Ann 303 Dean, John James 173,271 Dean, Susan Amelia 114,125,167 Dearing, Teresa iSandiferl 244 Deason, Deborah Jean 163,287, 320 ' Defebo, James Joseph 155,179, 271 Deffenbaugh, Joyce A. 271 Defiore, Jennie U. 287 Deiling, Mary M. 94,167,287 Delaney, Linda M. 244 'Demarest, Richard L. 100,10l, 234 Demarest, Roger E. 83,100,l01, 102,271 Dempsey, Jack M. 200,303 Dennis, Deborah Lynn 303 Dennis, Gary Allen 287 Dennis, William F. 122,186 Dent, David Lance 234 Deppe, Harry Joseph 271 Derby, Craig Eugene 95,183,287 Derby, Gary A. 234 Derr, James M. 214 Dersham, John A. 287 Deskin, Rebecca 92,271 Deskin, Carol Ann 136,303 Detienne, Sharon Fay 111,303 Dewitt, Gwendolyn 244 Di Chiro, Anthony D. 303 Di Maria, Anthony P. 287 Diamond,Jerry Mark 175,271 Dickerson, Aneta Lou 304 Dickerson, Michael J. 234 Dickerson, Rebecca J. 87,304 Dickerson, Patricia 88,90,244 Dickinson, Larry J. 107,271 Dickinson, Mary A. 120,271 Dickson, Robert E. 271 Dieterich, Vickie E. 304 Dietrich, Carolyn L. 287 Dietz, Kathy 120,138,244 Dietzman, Dennis Lee 271 Diggs, Wardell 234 Dilks III, Lawrence 87,287 Dimmitt, Dan C. 235 Dimmitt, Keith Scott 287 Dingman, Suzanne M. 304 Dixon, Donald R. 235 Djadidi, Mohammad R. 287 Doak Jr., Robert Gene 244 Dobbs, Kathy Jo 304 Dobson, Maurine Kay 115,117, 271 Dodge, John W. 271 Dodson, James M. 304 Dolan, Karen Anne 271 Dolan, Mary Kathryn 79,121, 168,289,304,3l9 Dolley, Bob 135 Donald, Douglas S. 20,96 Donath, Linda Ruth 271 Dooley, Terry Leon 287 Dorrell, Larry D. 83,98,101, 102,235 Doss, Gary Gene 186 Dottrey, Clarence B. 122,199, 220,222,287 Dougherty, Deborah A. 33,271 Dougherty, Dennis B. 123,244 Dougherty, Gregg W. 244 Douglas, Diana Lee 287 Douglas, Martha 244 Douglas, Mikel Hope 94,271 Douglas, Rick Dean 287 Dowlatshahi, Manouchehr 244 Downard, John W. 304 Downey, Jean Marie 271 Downing, Elizabeth C. 287 Doyle, Sandra Faye 80,287 Drake, Edward R. 304 Drake, Harold A. 122,139 Draper, Kathryn L. 271 Drennan, Marilyn J. 244 Dreyer, Gail Ann 304 Droste, James R. 304 Drummond, Gary L. 244 Drury, Sharren Ann 287 Dry, Charles Dale 287 Dryden,Jane 304 Dryden, William Jose 304 Dubach, Pattsy 304 Dubbert, Karen J. 304 Duffield, Dixie Lee 287 Duffield, Ruth Ellen 304 i Duncan, Daniel James 287 Duncan, Nancy Jo 271 Duncan, Phillip L. 106,176,244 Duncan, Sharon 92,271 Dunham, Susan Cheryl 287 Dunnl Kenneth Lee 304 Dunning,Joseph Gary 103 Durham, James Allen 200,287 Durham, Jolene Jane 287 Dusek, Howard Leslie 183,244 Duvall, Christine K. 304 Dwiggins, Dixie 304 Dwyer, Eugenia M. 235 Dwyer, Karen Susan 9l,12l,138, 287 Evans, Joseph L. 179,245 Evans, Karen Sue 288 Evans, Linda 1 18,l29,136,l42 Evans, Ruth Elaine 245 Dwyer, Dwyer, Dwyer, Linda Paulett 304 Nancy Rutn 287 Sandra Louise 271 Dyal, Marcia Diane 304 Dye, Jimmie Junior 271 Dye, Sharon Anita 304 Dykstra, Terry M. 176,287 E Eads, John Thomas 180,304 Eads, Mary Katerine l3,80,86, 167,287 Eager, Marilyn L. 143,271 Early, Patricia 271 Easley, Kathy Lynn 244 Eastman, Jo Ann 81,161,287 Eastman, Thomas W. 304 Eastwood, Glenda C. 304 Eberlin, G. Richard 84,271 Ebert, Douglas F. 304 Eccles, Becky Lou 88,91,l21, 131,244 Echardt, Ruth Ann 287 Echele, Gail Marie 168,304 Eckardt, Joe 244 Eckhardt, Helen M. 167,271,320 Eckles, Valerie E. 304 Edmundson, Brenda S. 304 Edwards, Douglas N. 271 Edwards, Linda Ann 271 Edwards, Patricia K. 288 Egan, Joan Adele 271 Egbert, Van E. 127,244 Ehrich, Jane Ann 131,288 Eichemier, Sue Ellen l14,304, 319,320 Eickhoff, Linda C. 304 Eiselt, Thomas 271 Eitel, Carol Kay 115,271 Eitel, Peggy Karen 120 Elam, Judy Kay 117,271,304 Elder, Douglas Vern 183,304 Elkin, Ricky L. 175 Ell, Janet M. 244 Ellerbrock, Mary K. 131,164, 288 Elliott Elliott , Carol Ann 171,304,320 Elliott, , Joyce Ann 87,304 James F. 109,113,244 Elliott, Karen Sue 171,288,321 Elliott, Kevin M. 271 Elliott, Lenvil O. 186,187,193 Elliott, Linda Ann 244,321 Elliott, Ellis, Blytha 288 Ellis, Linda Louise 162 Ellis, Robert Wayne 113 Elliston, Bobbretta 244 Elmore, Linda D. 171 Elsenrath, Ann K. 288 Elzig, Kathleen Ann 168,304 Emery, Deborah Ann 304 Emke, Mary Catherine 272 Engelkes, Joseph A. 304 England, Maradell I. 124,171, 304,320 English, Ricki Lee 304 Englund, Larry Leon 245 Evans, Wandy Elyse 94,305 Evans, William Gary 173,245 Everett, William R. 245 Evers, Gary Martin 200 Everts, Marilyn Jean 131,272 Ewens, Janis Ann 305 Ewers, George Hugh 288 Ewing, Deborah Ann 305 F Faber, Catherine E. 272 Faber, Theo Charmain 136 Fair, William P. 305 Fairchi1d,ALinda K. 288 Fairfax, Michael J. 288 Fallon, Dennis V. 288 Falotico, Peter J. 272 Farahmand, Mehrdad 272 Faris, Cathy 87 Faris. Phillip 87,235 Farmer, James M. 176 Farmer, Robert M. 186 Farmer, William W. 245 Farnsworth, Elaine 115 Farnsworth, Michael l18,119, 129,136 Farris, Debra L. 127,129,132 Farris, Paul David 288 Fatemi, Reza 305 Faulstich, Philip J. 305 Fawks, Steven Wesley 305 Fear, Deanne Irene 121 Featherston, Linda M. 245 Fedak, Elizabeth M. 81,120,138, 154,168,l69,245 Feely, Richard Alan 136 Feldmann, Joseph H. 186 Feldpausch, Virginia 272 Fenton, Connie Sue 305 Fenton, Marcia 272 Ferguson, Brenda Sue 305,319 Ferguson, Ruby E. 272 Ferguson, Steven K. 32,186 Ferraro, Stephanie N. 94,305 Ferrel, Donald Roland 183,305 Fessenden, Delbert H. 235 Fessler, Claudia R. 305 Fessler, Dennis E. 245 Fessler, Ronnie J. 245 Fevurly, Tommy Ray 90,l0l, 103,1 13,245 Feys, Barbara Mary 89,92,272 Feys, Michael Walter 305 Ficken, Elaine Marie 305 Finch, Walter A.' 175,288 Firks, Mark Alan 118.1 19,l29, 136,272 Fischer, Samuel W. 272 Fiscus, James K. 245 Fisher, Beverly Jean 101,245 Fisher ,Cynthia R. 130,245 Fisher, Donald Dean 107 Fisher, Gary Dean 245 Fisher, Lynn Dale 113 Fisher, Mary K. 91,245 Fisher, Roy M. 245 Fitzsimmons, Helen 135 Flack, Betty J. 245 Flack, Debra A. 305 Charles George 84,245 Ensminger, Kathleen 121,138, 245 Epperson, Sherry L. 162,163,272 Erb, Joyce A. 245 Erfani, Mohammad H. 304 Erickson, Calvin G. 288 Erlbacher, James J. 272 Erson, Gregory John 122,186 Ervin, John Norton 288 Erwin Jr, Richard W. 94,305 Erwin, AIC. 245 Evans, Bonita J. 90,245 Evans David H. 119,129,135, 136 Evans James Conrad 305 Evans, James William 79,113, l55,l79,183,272 Evans, John Ronald 132,245,288 Evans, John Russell 127 Flasch Jr., Glenn W. 235 Fleak, Kenneth Paul 272 Fleer Jr, Elmer D. 186 Fleischman, John F. 132,305 Fleisher, Pamela Sue 143,305 Fleming, Teresa Ann 171,305, 320 Fletcher, Jan K. 288 Flowers, Joe 105 Floyd, Richard S. 245 Floyd, Valleri June 288 Flynn, Mary Frances 22 Fobes, Clark Vernon 305 Foglesong, Richard 178,179,272 Fohey, Donna Marie 88 Fohey, Robert Wayne 123,288 Folker, Kathy Jo 124,305 Force, Peggy Sue 171,272 Ford, Rosemary 85,272 Fordan, lrene 121 Forness, Kathleen A. 166,167 Forrest, Eric James 136 Forsythe, Terry Jean 104,272 Fort, Gary Dean 180,288 Fort, Leota Marie 288 Foster, Freddie W. 245 Foster, Sarah Mae 288 Foster, Shirlene Kay 87,91,163 272,320 Foudree, Karen Sue 272 Fowler, Steven Craig 135 Fox, Anna Jean 127,272 Frahm, Susan Merle 272 Francis, Nicholas D. 180,220, 222,223 Francis, Sharon Jean 168,288 Franke, Michael Ray 288 Franklin, Dennis S. 186 Franklin, James B. .235 Franklin, Jane A. 272 Franklin, Joy Lynne 131,305 Frazer, Patricia L. 272 Frederick, Connie L. 171,288 Freeborn, Mary Sue 305 Freel, Ted Charles 288 Fregoe, Michael Alan 288 Freitag, Robert J. 245 French, Carol 288 French, James C. 83,84,272 French, Vivian E. 288 Fretwell, Estil Van 305 Frevert, Carolyn Kay 86,88,272 Friedman, Mark Allen 288 Fries, Dorothy E. 245 Fritschel, Allen E. 186 Fromme, Joan Cecelia 80,100, 171,288 Froneyberger, David 84,246 Froneyberger, Lane M. 90,121 138,262 Frueh, Sandra D. 246 Fry, Deborah Sue 88,90,272 Fry, Gary Edwin 136 Fry, Glenda Kay 288 Frye, Mary Elizabeth 129,272 Fryor, Mike 174 Fu, Mong-Chen 96,246 Fudge, Roger Lee 288 Fuenfhausen, Annetta 86,100,272 Fuhrer, Ronald Edward 305 Fulbright, Larhondda 171,272 Fulks, Sharon Lea 272 Fulton, Alfred B. l86,220,223, 288 w Fuoto, John Henry 118,1 19,136, 272 Fugma, Barbara 92,94,288 Fussell, Margaret A. 164 Fye, Joel Allen 305 G Gabel, Ruth A. 91,125,131,163, 204,246 Gabler, Pamela Ann 129,132, 142 Gain, Rick 173 Gale, Mary Martha 305 Galey, Elizabeth N. 101,246 Gallo, Susanne 246 Galloway, William C. 246 Gamm, Deborah Eileen 104 Gamm, Debra Ann 305 Ganakes, Stacey Anna 76 Gandy, Annie Ruth 288 Gano, Kathryn E. 246 Gantt Jr, L. James 10,79,272 Gardine, Jo Beth 305 Gardner, Gayla C. 288 Gardner, Gwennyth E. 89,92, 100,272 Gardner, Holly Dee 89,92,l66, 167,246 Gares, Melody Ann 305 Garnett, Paul Dean 176,288 Garrett, Dennis W. 116,176,305 Garrett, Thomas W. 246 Garrett, William D. 305 Garrison, Terri Lynn 305 Gass, Joseph Marcus 116,305 Gasser, George M. 107,119,288 Gassman, Jonathan J. l79,210, 288 Gastler, Olinda Lee ll8,129, 136,142 Gates, William C. 272 Gebelein, Douglas C. 246 Gee, Ju Li 235 Genteman, Allan C. 95,107,183 Gentile, Barry M. 105,235 George, Jo A. 105,246 George, Norman L. 119,132,288 Georges, James R. 246 Georges, Linda Loren 246 Georgetti, John Paul 288 Gephardt, James Paul 186 Gergdine, Tom 186,189,l96,220, 2 5 Gerken, Daryl Lynn l7'6,l77, 272 Germain, Carolyn E. 246 Gerster, Linda E. 131,305 Gettings, Diane 272 Gettings, Greg L. 246 Gevecker, Jane Marie 163,288 Geyer, Robert Wayne 183,272 Ghayer, Carl 173 Ghazdcri, Hamid 96,305 Gheens, Edgar Ray 305 Giammetta, Roseann M. 164, 305,321 Gibson, Bob Cecil 186 Gibson, Joyce A. 63 Gierke, MargaretJ. 305 Gifford, Terry V. 288 Gilbert, Kathleen S. 246 Gilbert, Mike 216 Gildehaus, Dale John 186 Gilger, Loretta A. 101,235 Gill, Jackie Alberta 162,163, 272,320 Gill, Sharon C. 136,305 Gillam, James David 288 Gille, Dennis M. 246 Gillette, Paul E. 116,305 Gillette, Wayne F. 305 Gillett, Jack Lee 84 Gilmore, Harlan E. 272 Giltner, Allen Jo 175 Gingerich, Mary L. 305 Giurleo, Frank J. 87,210,272 Given, Rebecca Rose 305 Gladbach, Margaret F. 9l,l03, 305 Gladbach, Marie E. 81,91,l03, 272 Gladney, Betty B. 85,288 Glammeyer, Linda Kay 288 Glandon, Terry Lee 288 Glanz, Barbara Jane 272 Glascock, Daryl Lee 305 Glascock, Ralph E. 175 Glasgow, Kathleen L. 305 Glenn, Tupper Gordon 305 Glover, Kenneth G. 246 Glupngam, Surin 306 Godfrey, Jane A. 103,288 Goeke, Bryan Henry 306 Goeke, Patricia Anne 79,86,162, 163 Goeke, Stephen Hugh 288 ' Goepfert, Daryl 272 Goldman, Helen J. 114,168 Gooch, Brenda Mae 272 Gooch, Gary G. 84,246 Good, Edward W. 246 Good, Mary Ann 115,272 Goodin Jr, Gerald D. 110,273 Goodin, Jack Smith 306 Goodman, Cheryl L. 138,273 Goodman, Dianna L. 246 Goodman, Joyce Ann 289 Goodwin, Larry E. 1 13 Goodwin, Meryl E. 138,246 Goon, Edwin Benton 273 Gordanier, Richard D. 246 Gordy, Diane Sue 121,171,289 Goreham, John M. 306 Gorski, David D. 247 Gorzynski, Robert A. l78,179, 273 Goss, Neddie K. 206 Gottman, William C. 174,175 247 Gough, Edward Carson 289 Gould, David Richard 176 Gcgwgly, Shirley P. W. l0l,l02, Grace, Margaret E. 88,91,ll7, 127,273 Grace, RobertJ. 116 Gradovi1le', James P. 306 Graff, Elizabeth H. 289 Graff, Frank Howard 186 Graham III, John E. 273 Graham, Connie J. 306 Graham, lone Louise 306 Gramling, Linda F. 247 Grant, Cheryl Kaye 306 Grant, Wayne Lamont 273 .Grasdorf, Christine 89,235 Gravemann, Terry W. 83,100, 101,273 Graves, Donald E. 273 Graves, Katherine M. 85,247 Graves, Lana Jane 306 Gray, Charles C. 100 Gray, Charles Robert 136,306 Gray, Dennis K. 247 Gray, Kristina Lynn 306 Gray Linda Jo 120,131,306 Gray: Lucinda Jeanne 81,85,90, 124 Gray, ,273 Paul E. 39,83,98,l00,l08 136,273 Gary, Stephanie C. 168 Green, Donald Daniel 247 Green Elizabeth Ann 289 Green, James Frank 289 Green, James William 119,273 Green, Martha Ann 90,92,111, 120,127,247 Greene, Daron Walker 273 Greenfield, Dwain E. 112 Greening, Glenna Sue 289 Greens, Judith 262 Gregory, Lawrence E. 306 Gregory, Louis W. 200,202,206, 208,289 Grice, Betsy Ann 129,142,289 Grice, John Victor 83,100,105, 118,132,136,273 Grieshaber, David R. 98,l76, 177,247 Grieshaber, Edith M. 85,91,168, 247 Griffin, Donald F. 289 Griffith, Carroll A. 273 Griffith, Tresia Lou 120,306 Grigaitis,Terry M. 186 Griggs, David Kent 289 Griggs, Theodore Lee 113,306 Grimes Jr., John H. 247 Grimes, Larry James 247 Grimes, Paul Edward 247 Grimwood, Doris M. 306 Grinstead, Linda Lee 120,138 Griswold, Jackie Dee 306 Griswold, Kathey 121,138,288 Groff, Eddie Meyer 289 Groff, Robert R, 180,220 Groharing, Gwendolyn 247 Gronewold, Rolletta 306 Gronewold, William H. 247 Gross, Carol 247 Gross, Rockne K. 83,100 Grossman, Le Ann 306 Grossnickle, John B. 180,306 Grosso, Jamie Ann 235 Groth, Randall H. 186 Grubbs, Paula Lynn 273 Gruber, Edward R. 289 q. if V, ,-.fl.J.,.:5f? Haack, Linda Jean 306 Haack, Sharla Ruth 3,115 Haage, Esther L. 143 Haak, Patricia Gayle 247 Haase, Kenneth Lynn 273 Hackmann, Gerald O. 247 Hagan, Donald K. 247 Hagar, Mona L. 273 Hage, George Michael 306 Hagemeier, Patricia 124,289 Hagen, Don 140 Haggard, Patrick H. 247 Haggy, Marilyn K. 248 Hahn, Juanita Kay 168,306,320 Hahn, Patricia Ann 306 Haines, Bethsheba J. 289 Haines, Ricki Dean 289 Halderman, Debra Rae 289 Hakim-Davar, Hossein 97 Hale, James Allen 113,248 Hale, Loretta A. 85,91,248 Hale, Richard Lynn 306 Haley, Judith Ann 273 Halferty, Jack L. 273 H23llbCynthia Kay 117,160, 168, 8 Hall, Margaret L. 273 Halterman, Mike 273 Hamiah, Mohammad 306 Hamilton, Jane A. 273 Hamilton, Louis 83,140,145,248 Hamilton, Pamela S. 248 Hamlin, Jack North 101,113 Hammer, John Albert 306 Hammer, Keith W. 289 Hammerbacher, Larry 216 Hammon, Richard L. 118,289 Hammond, Omar Eugene 273 Hammonds, Lloyd H. 306 Hamor, Brenda Susan 289 Hampton, Charles Lee 186 Hamrah, Mohammad 96 Hancock, John Austin 288 Hanington, Gail Ann 115,248 Hanke, Donald Frank 112 Hanks, David Ashley 132 Hanneman, Micheal 113 Hansen, De Raye F. 88,273 Hansen, Mark Steven 248 Hansen, Stephen L. 84,248 Hansen, Terry Kay 306 Hanslow, Darrell L. 175,248 Hanson, Jon D. 248 Hanus, La Vern Allen 84,173, 289 Harbison, Lynne E. 289 Harbourn, Paul E. 248 Harbourn, Robert D. 248 Harding, Craig A. 306 Hardy, Jeri Lynne 306 Hardy, Michael A. 248 Hargrave, Ronnie L. 248 Harkema, Stephen P. 84,176,289 Harkey, Penny Kay 273 Harlan, Rhonda Jane 306 Harland, Barbara L. 289 Harland, Charles E. 105,106, 248 Harlin, Ken 103 Harlow, Zella Fay 289 Harness Jr, Harold R. 289 Harrelson, Peggy Jo 289 Harrington, Barbara 36 Harrington, Harold L. 94,289 Harrington, Mary L. l54,160, 171,289 Gruer, Connie Marie 80,289 Grugin, Richard Lee 273 Gruneich, Marilee J. 86,90,100, 247 Gruszczynski, David 306 Gruwell, Larry Keith 273 Guilford, Linda Faye 117,289 Guilford, Sally 247 Gulick, Larry Eugene 247 Guyer, Carlene Faye 306 Guyer, Cherry Lee 120,131,306 Guzman, Charles Robe 104,179, 273 Haack, John D. 247 Harris, Anita June 307 Harris, Barbara Jean 289 Harris, Beverly I. 307 Harris, Debra Ann 87,117,273 Harris, George 273 Harris, Greta C. 167,248 Harris, Herman L. 116,273 Harris, Karen J. 248 Harris, Kathy Sue 82,l00,118. 129,136,l42,163 Harris, N. Patricia 131,290 Harris, Walter H. 273 Harrison, Pamela Lou 88,290 Harrison, Richard L. 248 Harrison, Sandra K. 88,118,248 Harrison, Sharon Lee 85,91, 120,138,273 Harrison, Stephen A. 123,248 Harshbarger, Kent 174 337 1 1 1 1 1 1 339 Janes, 338 Harshbarger, Harold l45,l57, 248 Harshbarger tHouseJ, Karen 248 Harshman, Cary Jean 290 Harter, Kathy Louise 101,273 Harter, Mary Jane 307 Harting, Steve C. 220 Hartley, Debbie J. 290 Hartley, Linda Kay 121,138, 168,273 Hartman, Jane 141 Hartman, Roger Dale 173,290 Hartpence, James E. 183 Hartung, John Paul 307 Hartz, Sharen 273 Hartz, Raymond W. 273 Hashemi, Seyed A. 307 Hassen, Hassine S. 84,248 Hassman, Dotta Jean 86,248 Hassman, Lawrence J. 84,249 Hatfield, Martha E. 120,249 Haunschild, John B. 84,249 Hausgen, David 290 Hawkins, Jack E. 274 HawkinsDLarry Dean 274 Hayden, Constance 274 Hayden, Gerald Wayne 290 Hayden, Jerry Keith 249 Hayden, Terry Wayne 249 Hayes, Cynthia L. 307 Hayes, Thomas Joe 307 Hays, Cynthia Marie 307 Hays, Lynda Lee 307 Hazen, Diane Gloria 128,274 Head, James Clifford 1l9,132, 290 Head, Janet Christy 307 Heady, Joan Adel 80,88,249 Healy, Ruth Ann 274 Hebron, Steven Lynn 290 Heckroth, Roger Gene 307 Heddleston, Loraine l32,167, 320 Heiniger, Philip W. 84,249 Heinike, Gary Lee 113,274 Heitman, Judy Dianne 290 Heitmeier, Barbara A. 249 Heitmeyer, Sharon K. 307 Helmich, Linda Jo 249 Helms, Max C. 84,249 Helscher, Carolyn E. 307 Helscher, Stephen A. 136,307 Henderson, Bonnie J. 307 Henderson, Darla J. 160,168, 307 Henderson, Patricia 307 Hendren, Dennis R. 249 Henley, Andy Dewayne 290 Henness, David R. 249 Henry, Carl Norman 235 Hensen, Samuel Lee 249 Hensley, Cecily Ann 290 Henson, Craig M. 274 Hepker, Robert E. 186,191,249 Hepworth, Pamela Joy 249 Hepworth, Yvonne D. J, 249 Herington, Marty Way 307 Hermsen, Kristy Jane 274 Hermsen, Thomas J. 290 Herndon, Mary Sue 290 Herring, Dean 307 Herrman, Alfred L. 176,307 Herschbach, Jack P. 290 Hervey, Kathryn Sue 274 Hess Jr, William J. 249 Hesse, Elizabeth Ann 92,274 Hetherington, Sarah 274 Hettinger, Melinda J. 307 Hetzel, Jannan 128,129,307 Hewgley, Juanita L. 290 Hicken, Naomi L. 249 Hickie, Melvin R. 98,101,274 Hickman, Robert C. 249 Hicks, Sherry E. 249 Hider, Gary 307 Higgins, Charles D. 249 Higgins, Patricia L. 127 Higgins, Robert Lee 127 Hilbert, Thomas D. 174,175,249 Hill, Pamela Kae 104,290 Hillebrand, Gary J. 290 Hiner, Dennis Lee 235 Hinman, Norman W. 183,290 Hintz, Liza Virginia 167,290 Hobbs, Karen Louise 171,307 Hoch, Arnold J. 85,235 Hoctor, Richard John 249 Hodal, Robert J. 274 Hodapp, Joan 235 Hodapp, Roger R. 123,213,249 Hofer, Nancy Ann 138,249 Hoffmann, David H. 186 Hogg, George Byron 249 Holder, Beverly 101,102,235 Holder, Janet Lynne 249 Holland, Roger Alan 274 Hollander, Terry Lee 102 Holliday, Gary Lee 90,249 Hollingsworth, Dennis 290 Holloway, Galen Glen 132,307 Holmes, Beth Ann 307 Holmes, James Roscoe 186,307 Holthaus, Christine 235 Holthaus, John Paul 250 Holtkamp, Carol Sue l3,79,114, 230,231,274 . Holtsman, Leslie L. 290 Holzhauser, Betty J. 101 Homan, Anne Louise 307 Homan, William L. 79,l13,155, 179,274 Hong, Soon Yoo 250 Hooker, T. Michael 216 Hookom, Martha Susan 120,307 Hoos, Darlene Kay 92 Hoover, Holly 290 Hoover, Roger Dale 155,175,290 Hopkins, Earl George 307 Hopmann, Shirley M. 82,154, 170,171,250 Horack, Edward Paul 173,250 Horn, Francis Eugene 290 Horn, Steve Allen 113,140,250 Horne, Marcheita D. 250 Horton, Willis Vance 307 Hoskin, Barry Lavern 307 Hotop, Vicky Ann 250 Hotte, Luke 220,223 Houck, Dale Merlin 141,250 Houf, Janice Marie 101,290 House, Jane Ellen 290 Housel, James Warren l74,175, 307 Housley, Dick 216 Hoveydai, Shahrokh 274 Howard, Brenda Jean 290 Howard, Cheryl Ann 307 Howard, Fannie Bess 92 Howard, James Lewis 307 Howard, Mary Lou 274 Howard, Nancy Louise 307 Howell, Carol E. 132,274 Howerton, Shirley S. 290 Howery, Roger W. 250 Hoyt, Joseph J. 116,307 Hrstka, Deborah L. 250 Hrstka, Robert Allan 235 Hsi, Pai-Tai 250 Hsia, Shan-Shun 235 Hsia, Wen-Chen 235 Hsu, Candice 250 Hsu,gHuei5Pin 250 Hu, Chih-Cheng 97 Huang, Janice C. 235 Hubbard, Rita Mae 250 Hubbartt, Donald W. 250 Huckla, Donald L. 274 Hudson, Dianna Jean 274 Huechteman, Vickie 274 Hueffmeier, Rita K. 250 Huenemann, John E. 96 Huff, James Arthur 274 Huff, Patricia Ann 129,138,250 Huff, Roger Del 250 Huggins, Donald E. 307 Huggins, Larry W. l55,l76,l77, 274 Huggins, Stanley S. 122,2l0,21,1, 274 Hughes, Roxanna Lynn 307 Hull, Susan Lee 88,274 Hulsopple, David R. 307 Humes, Carolyn M. 307 Hummel, Virginia R. 307 Humphrey, Debby Jo 168 Humphrey, Susan Jo 63,250 Hunerdosse, Etha Kay 250,307 Hunerdosse, Robert E. 198,199 Hunt, Cheryl A. 250 Hunt, John Allen 251 Hunt, Joy Ann 104,290 Hunt, Larry L. 103,307 Hunt, Nikki Lea 274 Hunt, Ronald T. 84.251 Hunter, Janet F. 307 Huntrods, Marvin D. 307 Hupfer, Dan Alan 183 Huprich,Johann 274 Hurst, William R. 251 Hustedde, Mary Gail 307 Hutchcroft, Robert T. 251 Hutcherson, Richard 135,136 Hutcherson, Stephen 251 Hutchison, Verl D. 98,111,274 Hwang, Wen-Yu 235 Hyatt, David Howard 290 I Ide, Judy Ann 290 Ifland, Kathryn E. 168,274 Imhof, Kevin Bradley 180,307 Imhof, Roger Keith 155,290 Ingram, Dennis Leroy 274 Ingram, Janice S. 307 A Ingram, Joyce K. 251 Inlow, Rebecca M. 81,100,251 " Intakanok, Rumpaisri 96,235 Irsch, Craig Allen 200,290 Irwin, Virginia Anne 274 Isaacs, Johnny Lynn 274 Iseli, Kathleen S. 87,168,320 Isely, Susan Elaine 121,138 Isley, Velma Colleen 86 Izadi, Mostafa 96,274 Jaafari, Moujab A. 251 Johnson, Richard F. 291 Johnson, Susan E. 126 Johnson, Terry Allen 110 Johnson, Vicki Lynn 84 Johnston Jr, Stanley 34 Johnston, Stan 34,308 . Johnston, Steven A. 180,291 Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Amy Karen 63 Barrett Q. 143,275 Beverly A. 88,91,251 A Brenda Sue 308 Carolyn Kay 275 Caron Lynn 103,291 Dianna Lynn 308 Eldon Gail 136,291 Jones, Elna B. 89,92,135,l36, 142,247,251 Jones, Jacqueline J. 85,100,l14, 121,138,275 Jones, Jacquelyn K. 81,82,168, 275 Jones, Joseph James 308 Jones, Larance Allen 308 Jones, Larry D. 105 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones, Linda Darlene 275 Linda Susan 89,111,251 Marian Kay 143,197,291 Richard C. 186,275,308 Ronald Lippin 183 Shirley Mae 117,291 Thomas J. 113,275 William D. 275 Jordan, Clara Irene 291 Jordan, Thomas Leona 291 Jorgenson, Dale A1 129,132, 135 Jorgenson, Mark 135 Jorgenson, Rebecca L. 129,132 135,142 Judge, Thomas A. 26,275 Judy, Robbie 87 Jurgens, Merrilyn A. 291 Jurgrau, Arthur M. 291 Jurkins, Stephan F. l86,200, Jackson, Beverly Ann 274 Jackson, Danny Lee 110 Jackson, Kathleen 230 Jackson, Paul Edward 290 Jackson, Ruth Ann 8l,84,100, 1 17,140,275 Jackson, Willette 167 Jacobs, Patricia S. 91,100,185 251 Jacobs, Robert Lee 84,290 Jacobucci, Doralinda 321 Jaeger, Thomas K. 251 James Jr, Robert L. 308 James James James, James, Barbara Marie 251 James, , Cynthia E. 130 , Gregory Lyle 275 Robert L. 308 Steven Wayne 251 Jamie, Mohamad Hossa 96,308 Lyle Frederic 290 205,206,207 Justice, Mary Beth 9l,l2l,l38, 251 Justus, Willard T. 291 K Kapfer, David L. 235 Kapitko, William A. 291 Karbassi, Massoud 97,291 Karhoff, Marsha Lynn 291 Karrenbrock, Kathy L. 308 Kattelmann, Gale E. 291 Kauffman, John W. 291 Kauffman, Mary K. 132,291 Kautz,fPau1ette H. 230,231,251 Kautzner Jr, Donald 275 Kauzlarich, Linda J. 104,291 Jay, Janet Gayle 92,275 Jefferson, Mark A. 176,251 Jelley, Anthony J. 20,94 Jenisch, Barbara Ann 87,100, 168,275,320 Joas, Ronald 290 Jobusch, Janice L. 13,171,230, 290 Johanning, Deon W. 79,179,186 Johannsen, Sharon K. 308 Johnessee, Walter O. 291 Johns, Carol Lynn 275 Johns, Jean L. 251 Johns, Joyce Ann 308 Johnson, Aubrey l83,l86,l87, 191,196,220,267 Kawado, Amy M. 291 Keath, Karen L. 131 Keck, Rebecca Lee 81,291 Kedley, Patrick J. 291 Kedley, Stephen L. 84,275 Keener, Debra Dawn 308 Keesling, Gary A. 101,113 Keith, Roger 95 Kelley, James Lee 308 Kelley, Jerry Dave 291 Kelley, Kenneth Kaye . 308 Kellison, Rodney D. 291 Kellison, Ronnie L. 110,275 Kells, Gwenith Renae 91,92, 275 Kelly, Kathy 275 Johnson, Brenda E. 308 Johnson, Claude D. 275 Johnson, David L. 98,251 Johnson, Deborah Rae 291 Johnson, Everett M. 275 Johnson, Gale Willia 183,275 Johnson, Gregory D. 291 Johnson, Janice Kay 275 Johnson, Jesse E. 267,275 Johnson, June E. 167,251 Johnson, Lyle Rex 110 Johnson, Marquita M. 251 Johnson, Martin Ray 308 Johnson, Mickey M. 183 Johnson, NancyL-J. 251 Kelly, Kevin John 275 Kelso, Keith Edward 291 Kemp, Pamela Kay 308 Kempenaar, Kendal R. 308 Kendall, Alan C. 308 Kendall, Robert A. 308 Kendrick, Donna Lee 291 Kennedy, Carol Ann 275 Kennedy, Gloria Jean 308 Kenney, Connie J. 308 Kenney, Richard G. 275 Kent, Debra Gail 251 Kenyon Jr, Jack J. 291 Kepeos, Lucy 251 Kern, Deborah Lee 291 Kern, Leslee Ann 275 Kerr, Bruce Eric 291 Kerr, Ona Kathleen 275 Kersten, Larry Lloyd l22,176, 210 Kessler, Pamela Jean 291 Khaghani, Nader 275 Khalvati, Hossein A. 291 Kheradmand, Abdulkar 308 Kibble, Rodney Kyle 94,136 Kidwell, Larry Lee 108,l35, 308 Kidwell, Virginia S. 136 Kiechell, Ronald 308 Kiley, Kathy Jean 321 Killday, Karen E. 125,308 Killian, George Wade 251 Kimball, John G. 251 Kimble, Bert Beaty 275 Kimple, Bonnie Lou 308 Kimple, Connie Sue 308 King, Helen Louise 88,91,251 King, Betty 132,291 King, Melanie Joyce 291 Kinkead, Sandra Jean 308 Kinney, Richard G. 308 Kinsinger, Connie K. 252 Kinsinger, Daniel K. 115 Kinsinger, James W. 132,308 Kinsinger, Robert A. 291 Kinyon, Terry R. 123,252 Kirby, Kenneth Wayne 275 Kirchherr, Robert A. 291 Kirmes, William J. 107,252 Kitchen, Deborah Ann 88,91, 275 Kitrel, Donna Jeanne 291 Klein, Daniel John 95,180,210, 21 1,213,275 Klein, John Charles 308 Klein, Joyce V. 63,131,275 Klein, Linda Kay 308 Klein, Mary C. 308 Klinkenborg, Beth A. 127,129 Klinkerfuss, Richard 92,275 Klokkenga, Gregory N. 128 Klupngam, Dumrong 235 Klusme er Jana L nn 135 308 Y v Y 1 Knierim, Celeste K. 81,120,138, 168,169,275 Knifong, Dyle Dean 252 Knoche, Donald E. 123,275 Knoche, Kathleen K. 88,90,252 Knock, Colleen Leigh 88,275 Knott, Donald Eugene 236 Knutson, Richard W. 252 Koch, Deborah Elaine 308 Koch, Elaine C. 275 Koch, Patricia A. 252 Koch, Susan L. 63,9l,94,252 Koehn, Kenneth C. 173,252 Koehn, Wayne Arnold 173 Koeller, William F. 308 Koenig, John W. 83,95,175,252 Koenig, Karen S. 168,291 Kohan, Amin 96 Kohan, Rahamatollah 96 Kohlenberg, Mary Lou 128 Kohler, Leslie C. 275 Kohzadi, Iraj 291 Kolarik, Dennis John 275 Kolb, Stephen L. 179 Kopp, Karen D. 187,308 Koroknay, Jeffery W. 186 Kosser, Janice 275 Korrell, William K. 1127 Kraturerk, Songsri 252,321 Kratz, Larry William 252 Kraus, Barry 179,291 Kraus, Vonda Jo 92,100,252 Krawczak, Bruce F. 136 Kreeger, Barbara 252 Kreeger, Glenn E. 252 Kreek, Stephen Craig 1 13 Kreimeyer, Beverly J. 308 Krick, Stephanie A. 252 Krieger, Susan Jane 143,291 Krier, Vicki Lynn 291 Krink, Michele J. 81,88,164,29 Kristoffersen, T. 291C Kroll, Henry 175,308 Kruatrachue, Praneet 97,236 Krueger, Catherine J. 308 Krueger, Mark S. 275 Kruse, Michael 275 Kubichek, Rodney C. 84,10l, 291 Kuechler, Anne Marie 87,291 Kuechler, Wayne M. 252 Kuhlenbeck, Kenneth 200 Kuhler, Dee Anne 85,236 Kuras, Dennis M. 186 Kurland, Allan A. 252 Kurz, Jean Ann 167,275 Kurz, Marilyn F. 80,167,291 Kwakbumrung, Valai 96,252 L La Frenz, Pamala A. 252 Labath, Susan Kay 308 Lacey, Gary P. 122,186,252 Lackey, Kerry L. 110 Ladd, Sarah E. 107 Lailszgnann, David H. 98,1l2,128, Lagemann, Mary Jo A. 308 Lagemann, Richard J. 275 Lahay, Steven 110,176,216 Lake, Karen Dianne 168,308 Lake, Richard Steven 275 Lam, May Tim 308 ' Lamansky, Paul E. 291 Lamb, Loretta Jeann 308 Lamp, Phil 176 Lamberson, Lois Ann 308 Lambert, Deena Kay 120,308 Lammert, Cynthia Ann 138 Lampkin, Richard L. 291 Lampton, David Clare 309 Lampton, Donald W. l35,136, 309 Lancaster, Larry D. 309 Lander, Allen 292 Landers, William F. 87,252 Lane, Charlotte Kaye 88,292 Lane, Steven Monroe 81,101,252 Langan, William J. 252 Langellier, Donald 135 Langford, Margaret 275 Lanham, Christopher 173,292 Lantz, Warren W. 179,252 Lapsley, Robert M. 292 LaRose, Denis 309 Larsen, Richard T. 292 Larson, Daniel Lee 292 Lash, Loris Lynn 292 Lasswell, David R. 292 Latham, Carol Ann 309 Latta, Jimmy R. 276 Laughlin, Barbara K. 276 Lauser, Craig Alan 173,252 Laux, Terry A. l07,l55,182, 183,252 Lauxman, Susan S. 309 Lavinder, Ellen E. l18,l36,142, 276 Lawrence, Darcy N. 292 Lawrence, John R. 174,175 Lawson, Patricia D. 309 Lawton, Katherine J. 171,276, 320 Lay, Cathy Nell 292 Lay, Donald Joe 252 Lay, Mark Alan 292 Le Blanc, Donald L. 123,210 Le Febvre, Douglas G. 173 Leake, Carola Anne 309 Leake, Karen Ann 309 Leake, Linda Marlene 276 Leake, Richard W. 253 Leander, Linda Ann 104,276 Leathers, Pensie L. 168,253 Leau, Neemia Saipele 253 Leau, Vicki 253 Ledford, Lesley Anne 253 Lee, Barbara Ann 292 Lee, Dana D. 92,253 Lee, George Colbert 1 13,286 Lee, Phillip G. 309 Lee, Ronnie Gene 309 Lee, Ruth M. 309 Lee, Stephan G. 175,292 er Harold James 292 Leep , Leeper, Mary E. 118,136 Legler, Robert Earl 87,292 Lehnhoff, Kathryn Jo l32,142, 276 Leigh, James Edward 253 Leja, Robert James 309 Leman, Janet Estelle 276 Lemon, Thomas Ray 98 Lemons, William T. 292 Lenk, Russell C. 292 Lennox, Janice Kay 292A Lenon, Nick Lee 276 Leonard, Wendell D. 236 Leone, Angela 80,8l,91,l0l, l54,l7l,276,313 Leslie, James M. 253 Less, Randy K. 135 Lesser, Paul M. l13,l55,182, 183,276 Lesseig, Sam 105 Levis, Donald G. 253 Levis, Linda Mae 309 Lewis, Connie Sue 276 Lewis, Mary Lynn 292A Lewis, Michael S. 183,309 Lewis, N. S. 79,236 Lewis, Robert Junior 140,253 Lewis, Rosita D. 276 Liang, P.Y. Bella 276 Lichte, Joyce Ann 80,81,82,87, 100,l43,154,164,l65,276 Lichtenberg, Jim 112,253 Liddle, Patricia J. 276 Lietsch, Patricia J. 90,253 Life, Chade 183 Life, Dennis Lynn 253 Life, John B. 309 Ligon, Sandra Lee 309 Lillard, Margaret A. 106,309 Lin, Charles Keh-C. 97 Lindenbusch, Sandra 309 Lindley, Carol Jean 309 Lindley, David D. 79,182,183, 253 Lindquist, Charles D. 292A Lindquist, Kathy J. 309 Lindquist, Wanda J. 88,253 Lindsay, Sherry K. 88,9l,253 Linhardt, Roy A. 253 Link, Kristi Lee 309 Link, Michael Cole 112 Linneman, Kristin J. l2,l3,34, 276 Linson, Caro1Ann 309 Linson, Jerry Ray 276 Linson, Sharon 292A Lintz, Catherine Sue 292 Liou, Chi-Jan 97,236 Lipper, Linley Jay 198,199 Lippincott, Kenny R. 83,103 Lippincott, Roxanne 94,292 Litchfield, Judy A. 253 Little, Douglas J. 292 Little, Frank 105 Little, Joan Lucille 309 Little, Patti 94,117,292 Littrell, Anita F. 292 Littrell, Dennis Lee 309 Littrell, Dennis M. 253 Littrell, Gary Dean 292 Littrell, Susan R. 100,131,292 Liu, Chih Pirsa 253 Liu, George 236 Liu, Susanna 254A Liu, Wei Hung 97 Livingston, Janice 63,276 Livingston, Warren D. 143,276 Lloyd, Gregory A. 292 Lloyd, Thomas R. 309 Lockard, Connie Jean 292 Locke, Brenda-Swueg276 Lodge, Scott Dale 309 Loerke, Jean Ann 309 Loftus, Dennis R. 173 Logan, Constance J. 254A Logan, Glenda Marie 309 Logan, Robert Joseph 200 Logan, Thomas 220,225,309 Logue, Genee R. 309 Lohse, John Joseph 1 12,254A Loman, Edward P. 155,173,292 Long, Antionette S. 254A Long, David Lee 309 Long, Dennis Harvey 309 Long, Herschel Ray 309 Loomis, Elaine Ann 309 Lorenz, Steven James 83,98, 155,176, 254A Lorenzen Jr, Donald 183 Lott, Martha Lou 171 Lotte, Barbara Ann 309 Lotts, Douglas Alan 136,309 Lough, James Le Roy 292 Lough, Kenneth E. 112,25-1A Louvar, Allen Ray 210 Love. Cheryl Elaine 92 Loveless, Charles J. 254A Loveless, Janet 292 Lowe, Douglas Dwain 309 Lowenberg, David K. 309 Lowenberg, David W. 276 ' Lowenberg, Janice L. 115,276 Lowenberg, Steven M. 254A Lown, Randal Craig 183,276 Lucas, Donald Lynn 113,276 Lucas, Donna Maria 132 Lucas, Richard M. 327 Ludwick, Katherine L. 309 Ludy, Robbie Jean 292 Luebrecht, Helen L. 254A Luegering, Richard G. 276 Luegering, Roberta M. 292 Luetkemeyer, Kathy J. 276 Luett, Steven G. 84 Lugering, Betty K. 254A Luhn,John E. 179,254A Luker, Robert M. 79,236 Luksetich, Diana 88,90,l00,254A Luksetich, Philip V. 100,101, 254A Lumley, Ellen Sue 276 Lunceford, Lucinda S. 254A Lunkley, Lynnette S. 121,138, 276 Lunsford, Linda C. 132,292 Lupton, Roger Edsel 292 Lushbaugh, Marcia A. 135 Shelle, Mary E. 135 Lutz, Charles Milton 292 Lutz, Linda Kay 309 Lyle, Gail Ann 84,292 Lyon, Sherry Lynn 309 M Ma, Gloria Hung-Yi 422 Maassen, Carol Ann 254B Mach, Tich Tad 236 Mack, Ronald David l79,254B Madden, Bob 106 Maddex, Donald Ray 106,309 Maddex, James E. l06,112,254B Maddex, Robert Lee 276 Maddox, Martha Ann 292 Maga, Misiuaita A. 254B Magers, Carin D. 309 Magruder, Donna Beth 92,292 Magruder, James Dale l22,200, 202,206 Magruder, Michael W. 309 Magruder, Nancy A. 130,292 Mahanond, Nuchnoi 236 Maheronnaohsh, Mary 96,276 Mahoney, Mary S. 94,115,255 Mahoney, Michael W. l07,254B Mahoney, Sheila Ann 292 Maier Jr, William L. 255 Maiers, John Joseph 255 Maiers, Paul Francis 309 Maissen, John 113 Majors, Ginette Faye 63,309 Makvandi, Fatholah 97,309 Malcolm, Calvin 113,276 Malito, Carol Anne 309 Maniccia, Jon M. 210 Manley, Susan Lynn 309 Mann, Vickie Jo 310 Manning, Marlis F. 100,255 Mansfield, Connie Jo 255 March, David Joe 310 Mari, Riad Mohd Sai 292 Marlin, Kenneth Lee 276 Marner, Rory E. 86,126,276 Marra, Linda C. 292 Marsch, Carol Ann 90,117,276 Marsh, Glennon L. 310 Marshall, Dana Lee 310 Marshall, David Gene 292 Marshall, Stephanie 92,276 Martin, Barbara J. 135,142,255 Martin, Charles C. 130,143,255 Martin, Charles Ray 292 Martin, Cheryl Ann 81,88,l00. 164,292 Martin, Dennis Ray 176.310 Martin, Donald James 310 Martin, Earl Joe 80,83,91,100. 340 112,131,146,255 Martin, Edward R. 292 Martin, Ellen Ann 310 Martin, Kathleen T. 292 Martin, Mary E. 100,293 Mason, Gayle Lee 310 Mason, Wayne Edward 310 Matarazzo Jr, Joseph 107,255 Mathis, Janey L. 79,86,l14,154, 160,163,255 Matkovich, Billy Joe 236 Matlock, Nancy Ann 310 Matsen, Dean 183 Matthew, Kathryn Ann 310 Matthew, William 122,139,293 Matzen, Keith W. 200 Maul, Robert Greg 293 Maurer, Michele Ruth 132,293 May Jr, John David 310 May, Larry Joe 110,293 Mayer, Charlotte Ann 88,276 Mayer, Rita Marie 310 Mayes, Donald Joe 132 Mayes, Lois Carol 276 Mayo, Kathy Jo 293 Mazzare, Joe 173 Mazandaranian, Mahmo 293 McAllister, Shirley 143,276 McAllister, Thomas 310 McBee, Austin John 276 McBee, Barbara Kay 276 McBee, Luther R. 255 McCabe, Carol E. 310 McCabe, Cheryl Deen 310 McCalister, Alan S. 310 McCann, Marvin Dean 276 McCarter, Les 255 McCarty, Bonita Kay 310 McCauley, Howard J. 179,186 McChristy, Patricia 101,255 McClain, Jack E. 269C McC1anahan, Dorla S. 293 McClanahan, Paula J. 12l,l31, 168,310 McClintock, Amy Lou 293 McClintock, Marilyn 293 McClintock, Michael 186 McCloskey, Leo F. 276 McCloud, John H. 84,276 McClure, Stanley W. 310 McClurg, Curtis P. 113,276 McCollum Jr, Robert 293 McCollum, Arlene F. 140,255 McCollum, Glen E. 255 McCollum, Lloyd W. 175,293 McCollum, Peter J. 310 McCollum, Sharon K. 293 McCollum, VickiJ. 276 McConahay, Danny L. 310 McConnell, Alvin L. 255 McCormick, Francine 145,255 McCormick, Gary M. 63,276 McCoy, Larry George 293 McCoy, Lola M. 115,255 McCoy, Nettie Dell 115,255 McCracken, Laura A. 88,276 McDannold, Linda A. 276 McDannold, Steven B. 183 McDermott, Jack A. 277 McDevitt, Joan M. 293 McDonnell, Michael 183 McElfresh, Nancy B. 85,255 McEuen, Stephen P. l18,134,135, 136 McEwen, John Dale 112,255 McFadden, Barbara 236,255 McGloth1in, Elsie VI. 310 McGrath, Martha Ann 115 McGrath, Mary Ellen 277 McGriff, Allan Ladd 310 McKay, Melinda L. 293 McKean, Vicki N. 120,138,255 McKiddy, Charlotte 106,108,255 McKinney Jr, Robert 81,310 McKinney, Nancy J. 100,115 McKinnon, Gregory R. 277 McKown, Carin 255 McLaughlin, Carledi 310 McLeod, Sylvia J. 310 McLin, Betty S. 293 McMains, Ginny 277 McMath,TanaJean 121,310 McMillan, Dana M. 81,166,255 McMillan, Terry Lee 255 McNally, Jan Denise 171,310,320 McNew, Jimmy Wayne 293 McQuary, Timothy 98,277 McQuay, Cindy Sue 277 McQuoid, Margaret A. 293 McSorley, Cheryl A. 310 McVay, David Lee 116,255 McVay, Dennis 277 McVay, Mark Andrews 183,277 McVay, Randy Wayne 277 McWilliams, Christi 277 Medaris, Sherry 1. 104,256 Meek, Terry Alan l00,119,140, 293 Mehraban, Zahra S. 97 Meier, Clyde Ralph 101,103,277 Meierotto, Diane F. 277 Meinhardt, Rae J. 293 Meissen, John A. 256 Melson, Barbara 90,l21,138, 256,310 Melson, James R. 293 Melson, Robert N. 140,183,256 Mennem,Michae1A. 183,310 Menze, Edwin Anthony 310 Merendino, James D. 310 Merrick, Lawrence E. 277 Merrick, Rosalee E. 310 Merritt Jr, Donald B. 311 Merritt, Patricia 127 Messmer, Michael L. 183 Mestemacher, Pamela 120,138, 277 Mettler, Gary W. 256 Meyer, Angela Kay 311 Meyer, Charlotte D. 293 Meyer, David Conrad 311 Miao, Shiao 311 Michael, Robert D. 256 Middleton, Jerry W. 293 Middleton, Richard A. 176,256 Mika, R-obin 168 Milam, Daniel Wayne 277 Milder, Margaret Ann 277 Miles, Jeffrey Paul 311 Millemon, John Fred 293 Miller, Barbara 311 220 Moes, Michael Gerald 277 Moffitt, John R. 84,256 Mohr, Jerry 256 Molina, RobertJ. 256 Moncavage, Raymond J. 210 Monica.1, Michael R. 256 Monroe, Duane Alan 277 Monroe, Mark Marvin 311 Montgomery, David L. l19,127, 129,130,132,277 Montgomery, Montgomery, Montgomery Montgomery: Montgomery, 31 1 Gerald L. 113,277 Linda K. 293 Martha S. 311 Patricia 81,117,256 Roselle 129,l32, Montgomery, Tony J. 277 Monti, Mark Marivs 139 Moore, Beverly J. J. 88,100,257 Moore, Bruce D. 110,143,257 Moore, Charles L. 257 Moore, Connie 135 Moore, Gayle Lee 257 Moore, Geane E. 257 Moore, Joe Alan 311 - Moore, Lora Lei 277 Moore, Martha Jean 136,293 Moore, Michael E. 311 Moots, Ernest M. 95,175,257 Moots, Susan Emily 311 Moran, Mara Susan 164 Mordt, Darlene M. 293 Morehead, Thomas W. 186 Morehead, William M. 257 Morgan, David Eugene 257 Morgan, Debra Sue 92,311 Morgan, Harris R. 257 Morgan, Peg Jean 311 Morgan, Robert Lee 216,311 Morin, Janice Cecile 277 Moritz, Deborah M. 115 Morlan, Julie R. 311 Morley, Lanny 105 Moroni, Peggy Sue 236 Miller, Becky Dale 311 Miller, Carolyn Jane 311 Miller, Christa A. 166,256 Miller, Clarence J. 293 Miller, Daniel E. 175,311 Miller, Elmer R. 311 Miller, James Ernest 277 Miller, James Kevin 293 Miller, James Mikulin 311 Miller, Karen Suzann 311 Miller, Kathleen 311 Miller, Kevin 122,179,186 Miller, Linda Marie 81,100,293 Miller, Myrtle Marie 293 Miller, Penelope Ann 277 Miller, Robert E. 256 Miller Jr, Robert G. 95,216, 256 Miller, Ronald R. 277 Miller, Ronald Russe 311 Miller, Ruth 143 Miller, Thomas Alan 293 Millo, Rigoberto A. 81,177,256 Mills, James M. 256 Mills, Margaret R. 105,256 Mills, Marsha L. 130 Morris, Billy M. 257 Morris, Les1ieR. 257 Morris, Mary Sue 132,134,277 Morris, Paul Thomas 311 Morris, Thomas Dean 277 Morrison, Thomas T. 183 Morrissey, Elizabeth 277 Morrow, Barbara Lynn 293 Morrow, Fred William 140,175 Morrow, Mark A. 236 Morrow, Rickey M. 277 Morteza Morteza Morton, pour,Jahanba 277 pour,Jahansh 274 John Craig 311 Moser, Linda Sue 311 Mossbarger, Marcia 7 . Motley, James Melvin 311 'Motter, Judy Estelen 104,163 Moulton Mourer ,Sharon Kay 88,257 Jill L nn 311 4 Y ' Moutrie, Vicki Lynn 80,294 Moxley, Suzanne E. 294 Mudd, Jim C. 311 Mudd, Mary Agnes 277 Mudd, Phyllis Ann 277 Mullin, Florence L. 311 . 277 Milne,Jack F. 311 Milo, Roger 176 Mims, John Wesley 293 Mincemeyer, Ralph C. 100,256 Mincks, Steven R. 277 Minich, Michael Kurt 183,293 Minor, Sheila Kay 293 Mirdamadi, Mohsen 311 Mullin s, Mac Frank 294 Mulstay, Michael K. l73,200, 257 Munde Munde 11, Marla Anna 86,277 n, Peggy A. 92,257 Muntz, Diane L. 92,250,257 Muntz, Harold Wayne 89 Mitchell, Anthony L. 256 Mitchell, Bruce W. 20,94 Mitchell, Carole L. 104,256 Mitchell Drew Frank 112 Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell :Gordon H. 200,256 ,Janet Ann 311 Ken C. 112,256 Larry W. 123,277 Mitchell, Linda Gail 236 Mitchell, Melinda M. 141,293 Mitchell, Micheal M. 236 Mitchell, Randall J. 110,277 Mobley, Deborah L. 311 Moehle, Michael W. 143,311 Moehle, Phyllis R. 256 Moeller, Debra Ann 293 Moes, Loren Earl 122,l98,199, Murphy, Murphy, Murphy, Murphy, Murphy, Musgrov Daniel E. 94 Edgar Dale 311 James L. 115,257 Patricia 115,171,257 Ruth Marie 294 e, Myra J. 277 Mustoe Jr, Launce B. 87 Myers, Clifford Kent 101,277 Myers, Mary Jane 311 Myers, William David 294 Myerscough, Jeanne S. 129,311 N Nadler, James W. 294 Nagel, Dillys Louise 257 Nagel, Lisa Marie 127,l36,l54, 171,31 1 Namazee,Abdo1mohamm 257 Nanneman, Michael J. 277 Neal, James Robert 311 Neece, Thomas Lindle 294 Neighbors, Erwin 86,236 Neighbors, Linda Sue 257 Neil, Beverly Sue 311 Neil, Nola Jean 278 Nelson, Kathleen 257 Nelson, Richard L. 175 Newbrough, Gloria E. 257 Newell, Amy J. 311 Newell, Grace Elaine 294 Newell, Karen Gillum 294 Newell, Patrick Finn 278 Newland, Anita June 311 Newland, Wanda Louis 100, 140, 278 Newman, Diane Marie 311 Newquist, Diana M. 164,257 Newsom, Sheryl Anne 311 Nichols, Carolyn Fay 294 Nichols, Deborah D. 31 1 Nichols, Gary Elbert ll0,l27, 278 Nicholson, Carla 311 Nichel, Susan E. 121,138,294 Nickell, James E. 294 Nickerson, Kent 83,140,278 Niday, Donna Mae 86,311 Niday, Nancy Ann 131,278 Nielsen, Deborah D. 278 Niemeyer, David L. 257 Niester, Sandra Lynn 168,278 Niester, Steve 94,312 Nimrouzi, Ali 96,312 Nimsomboon, Yupayong 278 Nissing, Gayle Marie 91 Noel, Patricia A. 146,257 Noel, Rodney Lynn 186,312 Nordyke, Kathy 312 Norman, Billie M. 120,138,257 Norman, Donna Marie 107 Norman, Elaine Marie l63,312, 320 Norris, Floyd G. 312 Norris, Sharon Lee 121,13l,162, 312,320 Norton, Roxana Lee 86 Novinger, Glenna 257 Novinger, Richard E. 278 Nuansang, Pirat 236 Nuessen, Daniel J. 278 Nuhn, Stephen Lynn 294 O O'Brian, Deanna Lee 312 O'Brien, Mary Jean 121,138,278 O'Bryan, Paul Rodney 186 O'Day, Paul W. 123,258 . O'Dear, Connie Irene 100,168, 294,320 O,Donne11, Daniel E. 132,312 O'Hair,Jim 86 O'Leary, Valerie L. 312 O'Rourke, Mary B. 312 O'Sadnick, Craig C. 91,186 Oakie, Cynthia 278 Oberman, Patricia A. 294 Obermann, Jon Leslie 1l3,155, 179,278 Obermann, Martha 80,162,l63, 257 Obert, Deborah Kay 63 Ochiltree, Cameron S. 183,312 Ochs, Brian K. 294 Ochs, Peggy Anne 121,294 O'De11, Nancy Lee 86 Oesch, Elvira Gail 294 Oestreich, Mary S. 278 Oetken, Carolyn 258 Ogden, Gary Wayne 278 Ogden, Jacquelyn Sue 81,l00, 105,121,294 Ogle, Harold Richard 278 .Ohair, James 48,64,97,2l5 Okal, Linda 63,143,258 Okihara, Dennis H. 312 Oldvader, Larry L. 258 Oliver, Vivian J. 312 Olson, Candace Ann 312 Olson. Karen Glenna 278 Olson. Marcia Ann 121,294 Olson. Mary Sue 278 Oonhateparuk, Vilail 294 Orl, Phillip Bernard 312 Orf, Sharon Elaine 81,91,l00, 107,170,17l.278 Ornes, W. Harold 236 Orr, Diane Louise 294 Ortberg, Helen Sue 294 Orth, Rita Marie 294 Osborn, Debra Lynne 312 Osboourne, Gary E. 180 Oshner, Farol A. 278 Othic, Stephen Alan 294 Otte, Kathy Irene 312 Ousley, Myron Andrea 278 Overfelt, Gregory D. 123,258 Overlander, Maurice 258 Overton, John Robert 95,278 Overton, Phyllis-Mc 86 Owen, Mackie Glenn 312 Owensby, Susan C. 171,312,320 P Page, Jonathan J. 312 Page, Naomi J. 258 Pai, Tsu Chiang 236 Painter, Sherry Lynn 312 Palmer, Phillip L. 112,278 Palumbo, Donna Marie 312 Panapa, Maupati 278 Pantel, Jean Marie 140,258 Papich, Mary Jo 136,312 Pappas, Mitzi Maria 312 Paris, Deborah Anne 63,94,1 17, 294 Park, Kathryn Louise 278 Parker, Robert John 278 Parks, Patricia L. 258 Parnell, Tanya Jan 79,125,l71, 294 Parrish, John Kermit 132 Parsakia, Hassan 312 Parson, Perry Grant 258 Parson, Sharon Ann 312 Partin, Belinda Lou 294 Parva, Mohammed E. 96,258 Pasvogel, Linda Kay 128,l30, 294 Patrick, Michael T. 210 Patterson, Lynette J. 312 Pauk, Dennis Frank 258 Pauley, Evelyn Leona 258 Pauley, Francis Rich 1 12 Pauls, William R. 110,258 Paulsen, La Rae Jean 125,312 Paulsen, Leann Sue 121,138,294 Pauly, Dorothy Jean 91,278 Pausche, Thomas John 200,312 Payton, Larry E. 84,258 Peacock, Steven Kent 312 Peak, Connie L. 294 Pearl, Harry Bruce 104,278 Pearl, Thomas Andrew 312 Pearson, Cheryl Lynn 124 Pearson, Rebecca Ann 294 Pease, Judy Kay 294 Peasel, Cynda Susan 294 Peeks, Frederick N. 278 Peine, Kenneth Alois 130,258 Peirce, Michael G. 278 Pelz, Debra Karen 312 Penn, Harlan William 8l,146, 278 Penrod, Michael S. 312 Pentecost, Linda Kay 312 Penton, Norman Ray 294 Peoples, Carol 312 Peoples, Susan Sara 312 Peoples, Thomas R. 112,278 Perisho, Sandra Jean 258 Perkins,Jane11Jean 8l,100,101, 278 Perry,John Rex 183,210 Perry, Marsha Ellen 136,294 Person, Kathy Jean 312 Peters, Constance J. 278 Peters, Larry Roger 279 Peters, Max Daniel 258 Peters, Stephen R. 258 Petersen, Janice E. 294 Peterson, Denise Joy 312 Peterson, Douglas J. 258 Peterson, Joan Marie 100,294 Peterson, Michael R. 173 Peterson, Nancy 79,82.258,294 Peterson, Ronda M. 258 Peterson, Susan P. 294 Petre, David G. 112,258 Petree, Janice L. 138,295 Pfeifer, Anthony Roy 183 Philips, Carl R. 140 Phillips, Becky J. 130,295 Phillips, Charles R. 183,312 Phillips, Denese E. 312 Phillips, Gene F. 279 Phillips, Kathy Ann 279 Phillips, Kendra B. 101,295 Phillips, Laura L. 312 Phillips, Linda Kay 295 Phillips, Martha Ann 117,295 Phillips, Vonda Lynn 295 Phinaitrup, Supha 96,258 Phipps, Jerry Mervin 258 Pholpuntin, Sariya 258 Pickering, Patricia 131,295 Pickett, Paula Louise 87,91,163, 295 Pieper, Gary Lee 279 Pierce, Rebecca Lynn 279 Pierce, Rita Loraine 312 Pierschbacher, Micha 91,312 Pierson, Jeffery A. 312 Pieske, Carolyn J. 258 Pieske, David G. 259 Pilger, Joanne 312 Pilkington, Jacob R. 312 Pilz, R obert L. 312 Piper, Jeffrey S. 119,136,259 Piper, Jennifer Jo A. 312 Pipes, George 259 Pipes, Ronald D. 180,181 Placht, Deborah Ann 279,321 Plume, Pamela Marie 168,312 Plunkett, David Gene 295 Poertner, Karen Kay 120,313 Poertner, Shirley A. 259 Poffenberger, Harriet 88,90,259 Pohlmann, Gregory L. 259 Pohren, Leonard Dean 259 Poland, Francis E. 295 Polles, Terry Lee 279 Pollock, Ellen E. 313 Ponder, Diana Lee 163 Ponder, Larry Wayne 313 Poonpanich, Anan 313 Poor, Peter E. 186 Poppe Jr, John F. 259 Porter, Edith Rene 63,94,313 Porter, James Roy 186 Porter, Karen Ann 167,313 Porter, Raymond E. 95,182,183, 279 Porter, Richard John 295 Potter, Roger A. 313 Poun manee Sunee 236 8 , Pourbahrami, Esfandi 259 Powell, Catherine A. 80,82,279 Powell, Cathy A. 79,86,146,154, 162,163,259 Powell, Cheryl Ann 313 Powell, Randy Jim 176,313 Powell, Rodney D. 259 Power, Melinda Beth 295 Powers, Kenneth J. 178,179, 186,256,259 Powers, Lee Scott 126,279 Poyne Pratt, r, Darlene L. 104,279 Jane Alyson 279 Pressey, Robert C. 259 Preston, Paula Sue 313.320 Prewitt, Mary Ann 139,295 Price, Thomas Wood 183,313 Prinster, Lynn C. 90,97,279 Proctor, Gene A. 210,279 Proctor, Janice 138,259 Proctor, Stephen 279 Proffitt, Michael L. 95,123,175. 183,210,279 Proffitt, Tomothy L. 87,183,313 Propp s, Shirley Mae 313 rottsman, Leo Steve 295 P Prova Prova nce, Loa B. 131.279 nce, Susan E. 131,279 Pryor, Jeannine C. 279 Purvis, Lynn 313 Pyle, Wayne 135 . 1 rf,- 'ff' Af,-Z Queseda, Rodigo 295 Quick, Janis Lynn 313 Quigley, William K. 259 Quincer, Rita Rae 279 Quinones, Camille 91,138,259 Quintin, Adrian Lee 295 R Rabe, Dianna Lynn 259 Racey,Jud.y Kay 114,313 Rada, Rosalind R. 85,259 Rahe, Gary Allyn 176,259 Rahe, Kenneth Edward 313 Raining, Margaret A. 87 Rains, Sandra Sue 90,12l,138,259 Ramirez, Simon John 79,132,287, 313,319 Ramsey, Clarence H. 313 Rand, Jon Avery 295 Rand, Joyce 259 Ranken, Jack 186 Ratican, Rita Diane 147,259 Raub, Ernest Melvin 313 Ray, Danny Lee 210,279 Ray, Richard Eugene 279 Ray, William F. 123,259 Rea, Rodney James 216,295 Reading, Sharon Ruth 91,295 Reckert, Karen Anne 313 Rector, Daniel P. 279 Rector, David R. 119,136,295 Redden, Patsy Jean 91,162,163, 279,320 Reman, David Tyrrel 295 Redman, Robert Allen 259 Reed, Barbara Ann 260 Reese, Abraham 260 Reese, Vicki Marlene 82,106,279 Reifert, Lynn Maxine 164, Reighard, Charles W. 143,313 Reimer Jr, Gerald J. 216 Reitmeyer, John 186 Renstrom, Christine 313 Reschly, Annice M. 313 Reschly, Cynthia Lea 313 Reynolds, Cindy Lou 162,163, 279,320 Reynolds, Deborah A. 279 Reynolds, G. Randy 279 Reynolds, Stephen M. 295 Rhoades, Beverly D. 313 Rhoades, Rita Rae 80,81,l68,169, 295,320 Rhoads, J. Stephen 269,313 Ricardelli, Robert J. 295 Rice, Noel 295 Rich, Mildred Ann 295 Richardson, Dennis M. 132,279, 287 Richardson, Diana A. 313 Richardson, George M. 295 Richardson, Kathy S. 313 Richardson, Richard 295 Richardson, Romie N. 313 Rider, Timothy Mark 104 Ridge, Marritta Sue 313 Rieck, Anna Kathryn 295 Riedemann, David H. 279 Riegle, Richard Ross 176,313 Riemersma, John E. 260 Rigdon, Terry F. 200,313 Riley, Brenda Joyce 120,138,295 Riley, Karen L. 279 Riley, Kathryn L. 295 Riley, Ray Junior 279 Riley, Sharon Ann 171,313 Rinehart, Bobbie 97 Rinehart, Marvis J. 129,135,136, 142,260 Riney, Dana Bruce 183 Riney, Jill Ann 125,162,163,313 Riney, Lynn R. 295 Rinkle, Jane Ann 313 Riordan, Christopher 313,319 Riordan, Michael J. 113,279 Ritchie, David Ray 200,279 Ritchie, Nancy Marie 94,279 Ritchie, Thomas L. 162 Riter, Jeanne Marie 120,138,260 Ritter, Cyril Kenney 176,313,319 Ritter, Janice Lee 121,138,260 Ritter,Patricia A. 236 Ritz, Carl Eugene 58,176,279 Ritz, Garold 216 Ritzman, Carolyn G. 313 Robbins, Judith Lynn 90,108,295 Robbins, Orville Chet 107,180, 181,264 Roberts, Dennis Dale 313 Roberts, Gus 14 Roberts, Helen 260 Roberts, James J. 84,279 Roberts, Juanita J. 279 Roberts, Larry Lee 279 Roberts, Stephen 236 Roberts, Suzann 313 Roberts, Thomas Glen 186 Robertson, Pete 186,190 Robeson, Teresa Lynn 279 Robey, Marilyn Ruth 131,314 Robinson, Brenda Kay 92,279 Robinson, Christy V. 279 Robinson, Robinson, Deborah L. 295 Denauvo M. 79 Robinson, Janice L. 295 Robinson, Marvin V. 186 Robinson, Nancy 314 Robinson, Pe D 124 295 Robinson 881' - , Raymond A. 179,295 Robinson: Steven R. 295 Rock, Nancy Elleen 260 Rockhold, Cliff R. 314 Rockhold, Lynn Dale 314 Roderick, Betty Lee 9l,100,l83, 295 Roderick, Marjorie R. 91,138, 171,279 Rodgers, Beverly Kay 279 Rodgers, Carolyn 260 Rodgers, Gary Lynn 260 Rodgers, Stanley C. 314 Rodgers, Wayne V. 112,260 Rodman, Brenda Sue 80,171,321 Rodriguez, Amaurys 35,279 Roedder, Eugene D. 279 Roemerman, Ann C. 314 Roenfanz, Rosemary A. 314 Rogers, Chloe A. 1 17,295 Rogers, Adrian 279 Rogers, Randall O. 295 Rogers, Richard Leon 279 Rogers, Robert H. 110,279 Rohitopakara, Praneet 96,236, Ronecker, William A. 80,84,l76, 260 Rosebery, James F. 175,295 Rosenboom Jr, Frank 314 Rosenthal, Merlin 179 Ross, Diane Marie 280 Ross, Janie Lynn 314 Ross, Jo Ann 129,314 Ross, Michele L. 314 Rostello, James Jose 260 Rosza Jr, Peter Alex 260 Roth, Mary Ellen 32,120,168,314 Rother, Deloris Ann 295 Rother, Richard 220,221,222 Rothman, Nancy 126 Rottman, John 175 Rottmann, Vickie L. 314 Roulet, Richard L. 314 Rouse, Brenda Kyle 295 Rowe, Stephen Clark 122,139,295 Rowland, Carole Ann 111,12 1, 138,314 Rowland, Debra Suzan 314 Rubin, Mark L. 236 Rudd, Susie Gloretta 314 Ruediger, Kenneth A. 220,221, 244,295 Ruggeberg, Mark W. 95,100,101, 180,295 Ruhl, Dana Wray 295 Rukgaber, Diane Rae 131,280 Rumer, Laurance J. 314 Runyon, Jerry L. 260 Rush, Kenneth Edward 90,113,260 Rusk, Janice A. 85,9l,154,l68, 169,260 Russell, Carol E. 314 Russell, David Geary 314 Russell, Donald R. 260 Russell, Jackie Dean 110,112 Ruth, Gregory Robert 173,260 5 ,:,:,.l eff.: :1 ww... . ,Q 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 3 1 ,J 1 1 Zi W f .ff ,t Qlf ..i1., ii - 1 ,.,i, 1. life 1 1.-Q.: I-.,, . 15551 1 1 if ry ' 1 .,.. 4 1 1, 3. 1, r, . 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Schumann, Jane L. 315 Schuster, Linda Rae 315 Schuster, Rebecca J. 296 Schwarz, Gloria 132,261 ichwieter, Darrell E. 280' chwitzer, Rodney R. 123,261 Scott, Joseph T. 280 Scott, Michael A. 186,220,296 Scott, Phyllis E. 82,100,147,l54, 164,261 Scott, Tryphena M. 132 Seals, Angela Ray 280 Seaman, Lowell D. 176,261 Searcy, Janet Sue 296 Sees, Carol June 80,82,100,102, 1 14,170,171 Sees, Larry Joe 296 Seip, Michael Blair 113 Seitsinger, Gloria R. 88,90 Seitz, Michael Eric 175,296 Selby, Stephen James 315 Selix, Kenneth E. 280 Sellens, Mavoureen 88,9l,120, 131,296 Sellers, Ed Lee 296 Selser, Robert L. 132 Septer, Janice E. 131,315 Septer, MichaelJ. 107 Sergeant, Debra Dean 131.,315 Seright, Gary Wayne 85,261 Sesepasara, Henry 236 Seth, Gregory Kent 116,315 Seth, Pennie S. 100,261 Severs, Susan Diane 315 Seward, John Boyd 315 Sewell, Linda Lou 315 Sewell, Steven H. 261 Seymour, Diana Lee 296 Shafer, Daryl Dee 280 Shaghafi, Homagoun 315 Shahan, Carolyn Sue 315 Shahan, John Dee R. 179,261 Shannon, Mary Jane 120,138,296 Sharp, Ricky Dean 296 Sharpe, John Rodger 140,261 Shatto, Jerry Lynn 296 Shaw, Donalyn Louise 315 Shea, Thomas Joseph 182,296 Shearl, Rhonda Jo 80,125,169,296, 320 Shearon, Connie L. 280 Sheer, Marc Edward 315 Shefferman, Bruce J. 261 Shell, Marilyn Jean 261 Shelledy, David Ray 176,315 Shelledy, Peggy Lee 87,171,296 Shelton, Chas David 280 Sheppard, John W. 296 Sherer, Donald W. 179 Sheridan, Janice M. 315 Sherr, Robert S. 315 Sherwood, Carol Ruth 135,136,315 Shields, Gary Willia 179,296 Shilling, John D. 280 Shilt, Jack R. 280 Shinn, Jerry Logan 315 Shirk, Susan J. 85,135,136,261 Shockley, William T. 315 Shocks, Fred 220 Shocks, Larry 220 Shocks, Ronald W. 220 Shook, Steven Duane 123,261 Short, Bruce Alan 155,173 Shotts, Samuel E. 296 Shouck, Daison R. 132 Shoults III, Charles 296 Shoults, E. Mary C. 315 Shoults, Janne Elyn 315 Shoults, Kerrie C. 315 Shumate, Paul E. 261 Shutts, Jane Ann 315 Sick, William M. 109,139,280 Sidelinker, Deborah 315 Sidwell, David L. 261 Silverio, David John 315 Simmons Jr, George 210,211 Simmons, Constance L. 86,315 Simmons, Lana L. 296 Simms, Marilyn May 315 186,231,237 Skuy, Robert Marion 103,315 Sladek Jr, Frank C. 22,90,94, 100,294 Slaton, Esther Grace 88,91 Slaton, James Porter 110,176,296 Slaughter Jr, K. 100,296 Slaughter, Elizabeth 315 Slemmons, Nancy Jane 85,91,121 Slinkard, Christy S. 315 Slocum, Mark Scott 296 Slocum, Philip C. 95,107,296 Slominsky, Robert W. 91,262 Small, Michael Allen 90,101 Small, Michele J. 90,103,262 Smashey, Richard E. 186 Smith, Smith, Smith, Barbara Anne 315 Carol A. 167,262 Caroline Mae 135,315 'Smith, Carolyn Sue 114,163,296 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Charles A. 109 David Luther 280. David Randall 296 Deborah Kay 296 Gerald Lloyd 296 Hardie T. 122,199,220, 222,296 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Harry Lee 315 , Joan Susan 121,280 ,John E. 91,262 ,Judith Elaine 262 ,Judith L. 143 Kenneth Wayne 315 Larry Joe 175 Lawrence 296 Smith Luanne-Pollar 296 Smith Majie1Delain 92,280 Smith Smith Smith Marla J. 90,138,315 Paul David 262 Randy Lee 315 Smith, Rene Z. 107,262 Smith, Rodney Martin 262 Smith Rose Helen 105,117,280 Smith Sharon Ann 315 Smith Sharon Diane 315 Smith, Sharon E. 167,296 Smith, Sheryl Jean 315 Smith, Stephen E. 315 Smith, Stephen H. 315 Smith, William B. 112 stagner, Linda Kay 91,11-7,120, 280 Stallings, Matthew B. 213,280 Stambaugh, Gerald M. 316 Stanek, Audrey Irene 120,297 Stanek, Thomas David 175 Starbuck, Carol 105 Starbuck, James D. 280 Starbuck, Max Leon 280 Stark, Debra Jane 163 Stark, Marylee Ora 280 Starnes, Deborah S. 297 Steck, Jean Ann 80,169,280 Steele Jr, Dale M. 316 Steele, Charles D. 80,1 15 Steffensmeier, Anne 90,297 Steffey, Laurel 297 Steinbeck, Elaine-V. 262 Steinbeck, Valorie 175,297 Steinhoff, Brenda A. 168,316 Steinmann, Stephanie 316 Stelpflug, Becky Jo 171,280 Stempel, Peggy Rae 91,280 Stephan, Susan R. 316 Stephenson, John D. 316 Stephenson, June E. 280 Stephenson, Karen L. 316 Stephenson Stephenson, Stephenson, , Larry H. 102,262 Phillip 136 susan L. s8,91,263 Stepney, Lenora 263 Sterchi, Ronald G. 200,214,215 Sterrett, Karen Beth 316 Stevenson, Janie M. 86,121,280 Stevenson, Jean Anne 297 Stevenson, Mary K. 129,263 Stewart, Holly D. 316 Stewart, Linda Kay 90,263,281 Stewart, Linda Sue 103 Stewart, William Ray 263 Stichling, Nancy R. 121,138,316 Stiles, Patty Jo 168,281 Stine, Marsha Ann 297 Stineman, Michael P. 175 Stocker, Gerald D. 263 Simms, William R. 261 Simpson, Catherine G. 127 Simpson, Marsha K. 103,315 Simpson, Mary E. 261 Simpson, Pamela J. 129,l32,l42, 321 Simpson, Susan Diane 296 Sims, Sherrie Kay 315 Sims, Wanda Jean 315 Sincox, Kent Leslie 186,315 Sincroft,.Sally Ann 120,315 Singleton, Paula D. 315 Sinnard, Gary Robert 261 Sissel, Michael J. 280 Sitthinuntana, Payau 236 Six,Jeri Lou 132 Skinner, Esther L. 163,230,296 Skinner, Gregory G. 122,l78,l79, Smithson, Douglas L. 1 10,296 Smola, Susan M. 101,102,280 Smoot, David Lamar 315 . Snapp, Patricia L. 164,280 Sneed, Carol Ann 296 Snell, Brent R. 315 Snell, Deborah Lynn 297 Snellgrove, Leslie S. 81,l24,136, 167,280 Snodgrass, Rodney L. 98,297 Snow, Deborah Lynn 297 Snyder, Harold J. 107,183,315 Sobaski, Mary Joseph 132 Sojka, John Michael 262 Spain, Beverly 297 Spain, Timothy G. 297 Sparks, Constance J. 136,316 Sparks, Kenny Lee 297 Sparlin, Jeanne K. 148,164,165, 262 Spaun, Linda 101,102,262 Spaun Jr, William B. 101,262 Speak, Marilyn J. 262 Spears, Beverly J. 262 Speck, Carol Jean 86,128,297 Speed, William M. 297 Spellman, Richard S. 84,262 Spencer, Janice M. 154,280 Spies, Daniel Austin 79,l55,173, 280 Spilar, Olga 316 Spinelli, Michael L. 174,175 Sponsler, Lavinia M. 316 Sponsler, Phillip L. 262 Sprehe, Pamela Joy 316 Springer, Danny Joe 280 Spurgeon, Al 119, 129,132,136 Squires, Rebecca W.1.168,297,321 St. Clair, Deborah Li -91,121,138 St. Clair, Doris M. 127,297 St. Clair, Pamela M. 316 St. Clair, Paul M. 262 St. Clair, Rebecca S. 91,l20,l38, 262 Staggs, Rod 237 Stoffa, Janette K. 91,100,120,136, 138,143,148,154,l64,165,263 Stolte, Lynn C. 297 Stone, Caren Lynne 316 Stone, Carolyn Lee 316 Storm, Robert M. 183 Stout, Mary Lou 13,121,138,l64, 165,297 Stowe, Gary Marcus 113,237 Stradt, Judith Ellen 128,139 Stradt, William C. 110,128,139, 297 Strah, Raymond C. 259 Strah, Susan Mary 171 Strand, Cynthia G. 297 Strayhall, Cheryl J. 237 Strayhall, Kerry D. 175 Streb, Cindy Jo 316 Street, Martha Jo 281 Strickland, Daryl G. 281 Strong, Richard,A. 316 Strosnider, John A. 107 Strother, Barbara M. 102,263 Stubbs, Cheryl Ann 81,86 Stubbs, Meldon Jay 316 Stude, Curtis Wayne 281 Stull, Kavan Larry 109,316 Suchinda, Wipaphan 237 Suchsland, Rosalee A. 281 Suddarth, Rebecca A. 297 Suell, John Henry 186 Sullivan, Leonard J. 95,180,181, 281 Sullivan, PatJ. 200,263 Sullivan, Patrick 198,199,220,225 Sumalagon, Piyada 237 Sumners, Jimmy Davis 281 Sundling, Carmen 281 Suradhat, Chinda 237 Susewind, Nona Lee 120,297 Sutor, Toni Renee 297 Sutton, Sally Ann 316 Suwanraks, Chiraporn 281 Suwanraks, Krisna 263 Swain, Beverly Ann 263 Swain, Louise Alice 127,281 Swan, Denna Fay 281 Swan, John Van 263 Swan, Steve 176 Swann, Bruce Wayne 297 Swanson, Sheryll A. 168,281 Swift, Karen Sue 316 Svgndell, Michael W. 83,98,l40, 81 Swisher, Nora Diane 168,321 Swisher, Timothy D. 199,316 Switzer, Joyce E. 297 Swofford, Shelley O. 13,168,169 Swon, Charles Steven 316 Swon, Donna Gene 281 Syferd, Deborah Ann 125,281 Sykes, Marilyn Mae 86,263 T Tabataba EE, Mohamma 316 Tafreshi, Alireza Ma 316 Taft, Lawrence E. 237 Takai, Sheila R. 91,263 Tang, Dolly Yi-Ping 263 Tanner, David M. 98,101,126,263 Tarrence, Duane L. 263 Tate, Mary Lou 141 Tau, Shigeo 316 Taylor, Bruce Steven 216,263 Taylor, Dennis Ray 316 Taylor, Kathleen M. 136 Taylor, Kerry Lee 263 Taylor, Larry G. 183 Taylor, Dennis Ray 316 Taylor, Kathleen M. 136 Taylor, Kerry Lee 263 Taylor, Larry G. 183 Taylor, Paul W. 297 Taylor, Richard A. 316 Taylor, Stephen Alan 183,297 Taylor, Susan Kaye 316 Taylor, Terry Dean 83,122,148, 214,263 Tebben, Michael Roy 140,263 Tellier, Stephen H. 91,100,237 Ten Eyck, Dianne L. 316 Teneyck, William T. 263 Terpstra, Julia Kay 316 Terpstra, Vickie L. 281 Terry, Marie A. 297 Tester, Rosalind Sue 281 Teter, Steven Ray 186,316 Thoelke, Brenda Sue 316 Thomas Jr, Douglas C. 316 Thomas, Jerry Robert 263 Thomas, Karen M. 90,125,263 Thomas, Millard Ray 143,263 Thomas, Nancy 263 Thomas, Randall Lee 297 Thomas, Richard Lane 316 Thomas, Robert Earl 263 Thomas, Steven Craig 297 Thomas, Timothy M. 316 Thompson, Helen E. 316 Thompson, Ivan E. 281 Thompson, Jean Rae 316 Thompson, Jo Ann 297 Thompson, John L. 263 Thompson, Kandace K. 140,264 Thompson, Mark L. 297 Thompson, Michael B. 297 Thompson, Robert N. 264 Thompson, Walter D. 281 Thornburg, Dick 186 Thornburg, Howard Ty 281 Todd, Laura Harriett l07,l43, 237 Todd, Mary Lynn 129,136,316 Todd, Richard Leroy 143 Todsen, Theresa Ann 117,167 Toebe, Cynthia Ann 171,316 To1edo,Ju1io R. 281 Toler, Russell E. 184,264 Tolle, Helen Kay 316 Toochinda, Ubol 237 Tooey Ill, Edward A. 109,316 Toole, Robert C. 155,173,264 Toomey, Mark Calvin 264 Tophmke, Mary F. 115,281 Topper, Elizabeth 135 Tosi, Vailolo 317 Toth, Jeannette Anna 92,264 Totten, Walter Dwain 186 Tovrea, Michael A. 317 Tracy, Gregory M. 281 Tracy,Joan 128,173,281 Tracy, Paul Vincent 113,128 Treasure, Mark Alan 317 Treese, Mark Lee 297 Tridhavee, Sirichai 281 Triplett, Paul R. 297 Trueper, Darrold A. 264 Truitt, Debra Carol 317 Truitt, Gary C. 264 Truitt, Helen Louise 317 Trumbo, Stephen C. 183 Trai, Paul 237 Tsaur, William Wei-J 87,97,237 Tucker, Caril Dee 131,281 Tucker, Carolyn Sue 88,90,13l Tucker, Glinda Rae 88,281 Tucker, Jerry R. 297 Tucker, John Randall 281 Tucker, Linda Kae 88,281 Tucker, Thomas John 297 Tuggle, Nancy Jean 297,317 Tuma, Margaret Rose 298 Turner, Denise Ann 298 Turner, James Allen 298 Turner, Larry Lane 317 Turner, Michael L. 264 Turtle, Richard Dale 264 Tweedy, Rod David 123,264 Twyman, Elizabeth A. 327 Tyler, Kathryn V. 104,281 U Uhlmeyer, Karen E. 317 Uhlmeyer, Kenneth B. 317 Ullrich, Leon C. 186 Ulry, James Edward 113,281 Umbarger, Ann Lynn 171,264 Umbarger, David L. 281 Unzicker, Linda Ann 264 Upton, Nancy L. 317 Upton, Robert Harry 107 Utley, Roger Wayne 317 Utterback, Brenda A. 317 Utterback, Marcia J. 281 Utterback, Sharon F. 81,88,91, Thornburg, Michael B. 122,139, 297 Thonton, Michael B. 176,316 Thorpe, Brenda Sue 316 Thrasher, Michael E. 1 12,1 13, 281 Threlkeld, Judith A. 87,316 Thudium, William E. 281 Thurman, Karladine E. 79 Thurman, William L. 132 Tiernan, Theresa M. 264 Tiller, Bruce Edward 183 Tiller, Linda Kay 167 Timmerberg, Fredrick 281 Tlrnmerman, Carol Ann 316 Tipton, Carol D, 281 Tipton, Charlene Rae 135,281 Tipton, James W. 316 Tipton, Shirley Dean 316 Titus, Jimmy Don 297 Tobbcn, Gary Virgil 281 Tobben, Larry John 264 131,281 Valentine, Cathy J. 317 Valentine, Jerry L. 298 Valentine, Marion L. 298 Van Dyke, Patricia 317 Van Dyne Doyle A. 237 Van Dyne Gary W. 113,264 Van Dyne, Karyl K. 166,264 Van Epps, Harry E. 80,123,2l6, 264 Van Fleet, Dennis L. 140 Van Horn, Steven Ray 298 Van Houten, Aubrey R. 84.264 Van Houten,Joyce 141 Vandevender, Barbara 264 Vandike, John Dale 83,140,282 Van Fleet, Dennis 282 Vargas, Felipe 264 Varnon, Diana Sue 317 Vaughn, Stephen Lynn 175,282 Vaughn, Sue Ann 298 Veenstra,Neala1. 282 Veerman, Cynthia Ann 317 Veirs, Marilyn L. 237 Ven Horst, Karen Ann 317 Vencill, Jonna Lynn 317 Ventling, Wayne 298 Verspille, Clarion E. 237 Victor, Ronald Jose 98,282 Victor, Janet Rae 282 Vierling, Richard A1. 110,282 Vlahovich, Wanda Gay 317 Voehl, Georgia Ann 135,l36,l64, 317,321 Vogler, Victoria Ann 317 Voorhees, Thomas 298 Vore Jr, Marvin P. 317 Vozza, Thomas R, 264 W Waddell, Warren B. 178,179,282 Waddill, Linda C. 282 Wade, Mary J. 154,171,264 Wade, Rose Marie 282 Waggener, Richard J. 84,298 Waggoner, William D. 298 Wagner, David A. 317 Wagner, Frank 186 Wagner, Pamela Sue 298 Walker Jr, Paul A. 84,282 Walker, Beverly M. 264 Walker, Dana E. 265 Walker, David Lee 130 Walker, Larry Lyle 298 Walker, Sally Ann 86,88,282 Walker, Sherrie M. 265 Wallace, Anita Murlene 85,237 Wallace, Ivan G. 85,265 Wallace, Robert V. 132,298 Walsh,Jane Ann 167,317 Walsh, Tom 220 Walston, Debra Ann 317 Walter, John Sherman 298 Walter, Triss Anne 265 Walters, Harold E. 298 Walters, Willa Ann 168,169,298 Walton, Donald E. 106,237 Walz, Brenda 282 Walz, Walter W. 155,265 Wamhoff, Gary Edward 107,l83, 265 Wang, Pushin 97,265 Warble, Drucille 298 Ward, Evelyn D. 317 Ward, Gary Lynn 282 Ward, Linda Kay 282 Ward, Michael 298 Ward, Randy J. 181 Ward, Sonja Lee 298 Ward, William Ross 317 Wares, Pamela Sue 81,l00,121, 138,168,298 Warren, Mary Lou 9l,120,13l, 282 Warren, Robert Byron 186 Warren, Sherril E. 282 Waterkotte, David J. 186 Waters, Michael Dale 298,299 Watkins, Charlotte A. 90,282 Watkins, Daniel E. 282 Watkins, Susan M. 317 Watkins, William 220 Watson, Catherine L. 317 Watson, David L. 107 Watt, Pharis Lynn 298 Watters, Debra Ann 124 Wattleworth, Pamela 88 Way Jr, Ruel Eugene 110 Waybill, Donnie Joe 112,282 Waybill, Jo Ella 82,100,129,132, 142,282 Waybill, Linda Mae 282 Wayne, John T. 113,265 Weatherford, Robert 176,282 Weaver, Clark D. 83,100,178,282 Weaver, Janis Faye 167 Weaver, Peggy Sue 317 Webb, Gary Lee 95,282 Webb, Kathy Ann 91,298 Webb, Paul Anthony 173 Weber, Barbara Diane 317 Weber, Blanche G. 265 Weber, Jon Alan 298 Weber, Margaret Mary 298 3? f "PF: 2592 'I 1' 7. Weber, Paul Allen 265 Weber, Warren Perle 282 Weber, Yvonne Amy 317 Webster, Rovene 121,138,298 Wedde. Barbara J. 265 Wedemeier,Jean M. 135 Weede, Larry Dale 55,79,174, 175,282 Weeks, Thomas Minor 84,98,265 Wehmeyer, Carol Ann 91,265 Wehmeyer, Donna Lee 298 Wehner, Debbie Lynn 317 Wehrmeister, David T. 317 Weideman, Craig F. 183,282 Weigel, Eugenia Ann 282 Weiler, Rhonda Lynn 298 Weindel, Lawrence J. 265 Weir, Jeanne Sue 298 Weisenborn, Andrew D. 84,95,282 Welch, David Warren 175 Welder, Ronald G. 116 Wells, Linda Lee 282 Wig? Mary J. 82,l00,l 15,1 17, Wells, Terry Lynn 265 Welty, William Hugh 123,282 Wen, Edward Wu-Chich 97,265 Wen, Nancy Wu-Ya 317 Wendt, Darrell W. 265 Wendt, Terry D. 176 Werts, Rhea Ann 80,81,17l,282 West, Mickey J. 79,175,265 West, Sandra Lee 317 Westhoff, Karen M. 317 Westhoff, Kristin A. 132,282 Weston, Mark Dwayne 317 Whannel, Phillip 183 Wheeler, Beatrice J. 317 Wheeler, Jo Ann 38,81,94,298 Wheeler, Pamela Gene 94,317 Wheeler, Teresia Ann 298 Whipple, Whitacre Joan F. 282 , Karen S. 92 Whitaker, Donald J. 110 Whitaker, Robert Lee 175 Whitcher, Dean L. 283 White, Deborah Joyce 230,231, 298 White, Gary Lee 283 White, Herbert E. 283 White, James Dean 181,298 White, Jay Robert 79 White, Lois Jean 100,106,283 White, Lorene F. 298 White, Rebecca Ann 298 Whitehead, David Lee 317 Whiteside, Gary W. 186 Whitham, Larry R. 156,283 Whitham, Mary Irene 171,317,321 Whitis, Warren J. 186 Whitmore, Cheryl Lee 317 Whitmore, Gerald R. 283 Wideman, Stephen Lee 298 Widger, Janice Marie 90,120,168 Widmann, Karen Ann 283 Wieberg, Jeanne I. 101,103,317 Wieck II, Paul Hans 317 Wiggins, Carol Lynn 283 Wiggins, Rowena C. 298 Wilcox, Jonathan D. 94,283 Wilderman, Karen Sue 88,91, 100,265 Wildman, Carolyn L. 87,171,320 Wiles, John Wesley 283 Wiley, William Lyle 1 16,298 Wilgenbusch, Charles 110,298 Wilhite, Regenia Sue 131,298 Wilhoit, Jerry Dean 112,283 Wilhoit, Judy Marie 283 Wilke, James Bernard 237 Wilke, Sandra Lou 86,299 Wilken, Renee Carol 104,l67,299, 320 Wilkerson, Rhonda F. 317 Wilkinson., Liza D. 283 Wilkinson, Patricia 317 Willer III, George J. 317 Willhite, Sandra Lee 317 Williams, Alvin M. 210,283 Williams, Brooke H. 14,79,148, 265,278 Williams, Connie J. 92,164,299 Williams, Deborah K. 317 Williams, Dwayne P. 83,108,265 Williams, Greg E. 283 Williams, Janet Lynn 299 Wil1ian1s, Janice L. 92.299 Williams, Michael K. l74,l75. 299 Williams, Milajean 129,132,318 Williams, Rebecca A. 90,138, 265 Williams, Roger Dean 183 Williams Williams Rolanda 318 Scott Jeff 299 1 Q Williams, Susan Lynn 22,30,265 Willig, Deborah Ann 283 Willis, Jerry Lee 283 Wills, Kathryn E. 38,94,299 Wilmot, Jacqueline M. 283 Wilson Beth Ann 163 Wilsonl Claude 1v1. 200,201 .204, 205,207,208 Wilson, Debra Lynn 80,125,167 320 Wilson, Dixie Jean 318 Wilson, Donna Rae 88,9l,265 Wilson, Edwin Lee 318 ,.Wi1son, Gregory Lee 237 Wilson, Harold Jay 283 Wilson, Jacqueline A. 101 Wilson, Jill Noreen 88,9l,265 Wilson, Jimmy L. 283 Wilson,Jonnie M. 318 Wilson, Karen 265 Wilson, Margaret Ann 79,318,319 Wilson, Mark Howard 299 Wilson, Mary Jean 164,299 Wilson, Maureen Anne 299 Wilson, Rick Dwain 318 Wilson, Roger Eugene 318 Wilson Wilson , Samuel Jay 299 , Sandra Gayle 63,104 ired 117166166 179,216,217 Wilson Susan Jane 265 Wilson Wilson, Zenta Sue 283 Windels, Theodore R. 283 Windler, Jane Susan 125,171,299 Windmann, Gary Lee 110,318 Accou ntin Club 140 8 Administration 46 Admissions 46 Aeolian Club 129 Agriculture Club 110 Alpha Alpha Kappa Lambda 172 Phi Omega 95 Al ha Phi Si ma 100 P Alpha Alpha 8 Sigma Alpha 162 Sigma Tau 164 Art Club 130 Assoc Chi Band iation for ldhood Education 88 B 136 Baptist Student Union 127 Baseball 216 Basketball 200 Beta Tau Delta 124 Blackjack Rifle Club 139 Blue Key 83 Board of Regents 42 Brass Choir 118 Business Administration Club 84 Business Education 56 Business Services 48 Cardinal Key 82 Circle K Club 98 ClarinctChoir 118 Clinic 49 Colhecon Club 92 College Players 94 College Ushers 114 Collegiate 4-H 111 Cou nseling and Testing 53 Data Processing 48 Delta Sigma Theta 161 344 Windoffer, Linda Lou 318 Windsor, Jeanette 88,266 Wingert, Bruce Alan 318 Winke, Rebecca Sue 318 Winkler Jr, William 283 Winter, Connie K. 128,237 Winter, Gerald Alan 266 Winter, Susan Kay 299 Winters,Terry 200,237 Wisbrock, Karl Craig 186 Wisdom, Debra J. 169,266 Wisdom, Joyce Ann 118.136.318 Wiskirchen,Charles 112 Wiskirchen, Gloria K. 283 Witkoske, Martin S. 266 Witte, John Francis 266 Wittler, Patricia A. 283 Woferman, Mike 173 Wolfe, Calvin T. 113,266 Wolgast, Larry Allen 266 Wo1lrab,James 318 Woltjen, Susan L. 283 Wolverton, S. Bonnie 86,l35,l75, 266 Wombwell,G1enn R. 176 Wommack, Mary B. 318 Wommack, Rose Ann 299 Wood, Carolyn 266 Wood, Deborah S. 8l,82,86.125, 149,154,l66,l67 Wood, Harry Wilbur 283 Wood, James Michael 299 Wood, Johnie Jones 81,132,155, 176,177,283 Wood, Mickey Joe 318 Wood, Mildred Jean 90,92,127, 318 Wood, Nancy Rae 149,266 Wood, William C. 318 Wood, William T. 35 Woodard, Valerie J. 115.266 Woodcock, Cheryl Ann 318 Woodcock, Daniel A. 175,299 rganizaiions Delta Zeta 166 Dr. Ryle 54 ECHO Staff 328 Education 58 Elementary Majors Chorus 131 English Club 86 Extension 53 Fine Arts 60 Football 186 Gamma Delta 128 Golf 218 Graduate Dean 51 H Historical Society 101 Home Economics 71 INDEX Staff 326 Industrial Arts Club 112 Industrial Education 68 Instruction 47 ' Interfraterrlity Council 155 International Club 96 Kappa Mu Epsilon 105 Kappa Omicron Phi 89 K-Dettes 125 Language 86 Literature 64 Library 67 Woodford, Joan Kay 266 Woodling, Dana Dale 118,136 Woodruff. Roy Norman 266 Woods, Ann Kay 283 Woods, James Mason 110,299 Woods, Kevin D. 100,112,266 Woods, Nancy Jo 105,318 Woods, Paul Dean 299 Woods, Sharon 141,283 Woodward, Bruce A. 266 Woodward, Garnita C. l21,138, 168,318 Woodward, Gary Lynn 237 Worden, Larry Wayne 266 Wormley, Kristi 120,138 Wortz, Judy Mae 318 Wrage, Valorie Jane 318 Wright, Becky Sue 299 Wright, Mary Sue 283 Wright, Patricia R. 318 Wu.Jyh-Hae 237 Wuhush, Muhammed Rah 299 Wyant, James Ray 283 Wyckoff, Julie C. 318 Wyhs, Nancy Jo 88,91,100,299 Wylie, Gary Dale 283 Wyngarden, Donald R. 299 Wynne, Edward L. 98.299 Y Yackley, Karen S. 81.82,91',92, 100,1 10,l49,170,l71,239,266 Yaeger, Don 139,176 Yagel, Scott Michael 130,318 Yagel, Sheila L. 88,97,131,266 Yagel, Shirley J. 97,131,266 Yager, Donald B. 122,139,299 Yahn, Marie Louise 87,299 I Yarpezeshkan, Mohamm 97,318 Yates, Michael Elmer 318 Yates. Rebecca J. 110,149,266 Yates, Regina E. 283 Yates, Stephen G. 110,318 Yeldell, Betty Suzan 299 Yetter. Connie L.ynn 266 Yin, Wei-Ting 266 Yoder, Mary Carol 318 Yordon,Judy 63 York. Connie S. 86,266 York, Cynthia June 299 York, Terry Clem 318 Yos, John Randall 299 Young, Anthony 318 Young, Young, Deborah Ann 318 Frederick Ray 110,266 Young, Jennifer Ruth 283 Young Young Young, Young, v Robert M. 266 Roger Andrew 318 Timothy Kyle 214,299 William G. 220,222 Younker, James Ray 259 Yount, Kathleen Lou 131,299 Z Zajichek, Daniel G. 183,318 Zakeri, Safieh 97 Zarie, Kavoos 299 Zatari, Abdul-Karim 318 Zeagler, John Morris 299 Zear, Jacqueline D. 318 Zechman, Lynn Carl 95,107,1 283 Zeigler, Dennis G. 130,266 Zeigler, Paul Duane 299 Zeller, Robert Frank 318 Zimmermann, Donna R. 299 Zinger, Andrew Henry 283 Zinke, Karen Marie 318 Zinnert, Jeffrey A. 283 Zoeller, Kevin A. 318 aft Divisions Index Maintenance 52 Math 66 Men's'Dorm Council 116 Mentors 81 NEMO Singers 132 Oral Interpreters 93 Orchestra 134 Panhellenic Council 154 Phi Alpha Theta 102 Phi Delta Kappa 99 Phi Kappa Theta 174 Phi Lambda Chi 176 Phi Mu Alpha 119 Phi Sigma Epsilon 178 Physical Education 62 Phys. Ed. 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