United Township High School - Skyline Yearbook (East Moline, IL)
- Class of 1982
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Welcome to UT A . . we've got it
all right here . . , student life , . ,
entertainment , , . organizations
. , . sports , . . academics . , A fac-
ulty underclassmen sen-
iors . . . activities . . . the perfect
mixture of fun and learning that
makes our school special.
Sports p. 58
ACadQm1CS p 94
Semors p. 162
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Closmg p. 236
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The Year That Was
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Life: At The
Bus passes A A parking permit
stickers locker combinations
A A A gym classes A A A math classes
A A A science labs A A A field trips A A A
pep assemblies A A open campus
A A A lunch A A football games A A A
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spirit A, A school pride A A friends
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assemblies. 3. This year's new parking lot attene
dant, Linda Cady, tickets an unfortunate student. 4.
Throngs of North Campus students arrive at South
for the homecoming assembly
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1. Aerobics class would not be the same without Mr.
Dhondt as the leader of the pack. 2. Study hall can
sometimes serve as a multipurpose class, 3. Chuck
Reeves, senior, sports a "Bad Cat" t-shirt as he
poses with the school mascot. 4. This ferocious
panther in the south door entryway greets unsu-
specting UT foes. 5. Students congregate at the
west doors of the parking lot after lunch.
The Year That Was
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6 - Opening
The school year 1981-82 was a year
for changes and new beginnings.
Changes in the school's physical ap-
pearance were abundant. The gym floors
and walls were painted in school colors.
At North, a new weight room was added
and the old desks in Study Hall I were
replaced. The most apparent change was
the Soule Bowl renovation. The Pan-
ther's home football games were played
at Moline's Browning Field while work
was progressing on the "new" Soule
Along with the physical changes were
changes in school policies. The curricu-
lum was changed and the systems of
weighted grades and passffail were
dropped. Attendance policies were also
changed. Daily absence lists were distrib-
uted to teachers, instead of using admits.
lf no call was received from a parent of
an ill student, the office called his parents
in the evening to check. This new policy
proved a deterrent to truancy at UT,
Cafeteria prices rose from 800 to
31.25. New types of food were offered to
encourage students to eat in the cafete-
New faces were seen at South Cam-
pus. Linda Cady was hired as the new
parking attendant. An ex-disc jockey and
former principal of Lena-Winslow High
School took the position of principal.
Mr. Frank Evans, new principal, has
had a positive influence on school spirit.
He encouraged the cheerleaders to have
pep assemblies to boost school pride.
1981-82 was an outstanding year, lt
was not an average or run-of-the-mill year
- it was an important year to be remem-
1. Kelly Vyncke, Marcel Quinones, and Terri Mey-
er, senior lettermen, enjoy one of UT's home games
at Browning Field. 2. Mr. Frank Evans took over the
position as principal of South Campus after the
retirement of Mr. Stan Sosnouski. 3. The east side
bleachers are being replaced as part of the Soule
Bowl renovation. 4. Students this year discover that
with prices at 31.25, there's no such thing as a free
lunch. 5. New paint brightens the gym floors at
South Campus. 6. These Panthers know who's
number one in the Western Big Six! 7. This sign
sums up the feelings of all UT members.
The Year That Was
Where do you go after the last bell
rings? Home to do homework A A
to sleep A A A to work A to play
A A , out shopping A out for pizza
A A out with friends A A out cruis-
ing out causing trouble A to
the movies to the drive-in
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1. A group of students enjoy lunch and each other's
companionship at Godfathers 2. Dan Stumphv.
senior, and friend discuss where the carburetor
should go. 3. A cluttered desk, a sure sign of home-
work! 4. Many students are members ofthe working
class. Junior, John Meincke. an employee at
McDonalds. is one of these. 5. Three North Campus
students, take advantage ofthe open-campus lunch
hour, and avoid the cafeteria. 6. A comfortable way
to study. 7. Southpark Mall is a favorite meeting
place for many UT students. 8. Beth Kipp, sopho-
moreg Gina Gardner, and Julie Smart, seniors, win-
dow shop at Southpark
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A major contributor to change in 1981-
82 was the renovation of Soule Bowl, a
project observed throughout the year
and which forced an 'taway-from-home"
home field for Panther football,
ln October of 1979, the school board
decided to investigate possible options to
renovate Soule Bowl. The options includ-
ed improving the existing track facility,
renovating the west side bleachers, and
improving vehicular exits to the Bowl
area. The board decided on a number of
One improvement was a new, six lane,
all-weather, asphalt rubber composition
400-meter track. An area at the north
end of the field, cleared for field events,
will provide two parallel runways, each
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with a sand-pit at one end and a pole
vaulting area at the other end. A high
jumping area was also included.
The hill behind the west side bleachers
was torn down and replaced with new,
permanent grandstands, These new
bleachers will seat 1800 people. New 75-
person locker rooms, complete with
showers, storage area, and rooms intend-
ed as coaching offices, will be constructed
directly under the new, west side bleach-
Another improvement is a new drain-
age system. The improved water-removal
system moves water through a series of
drainage areas into a local storm sewer.
The improved system keeps water from
getting to the loess soil which has contri-
buted to many of the problems at Soule
The scoreboard will be slightly off-cen-
ter so that it will be hit less often by field
Construction is scheduled to be fin-
ished in August, 1982.
1. This Panther football player cheers the team on
from the sidelines at Browning Field. 2. Retired
principal, Stan Sosnouski, begins the groundbreak-
ing at the Soule Bowl renovation. lpicture compli-
ments of the Key., 3. An aerial view of Soule Bowl
shows the renovation underway. 4. Work is being
completed on the west side bleachers. 5. The begin-
nings of the new locker rooms are erected, 6. Dur-
ing the Soule Bowl renovation, UT held home
games at Moline's Browning Field.
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1. Randy McGee and Kelly Oltman are the 1981
Homecoming King and Queen. 2. Members of the
court are lleft to rightl Renee Cranson, Charles
Harris, Mary Baecke, Gregg Koser, Kechia Newton,
Randy Hignight, Toni Duke, and Jeff Saey, 3.
Prince and Princess are Mickey Hill and LaSaundra
Shivers, 4. Members of the court are Cleft to rightl
Heidi Parkhurst, Dave Cain, Lynette Wolfe, Tim
Waeyaert, Lisa Paytash, Marcel Quinones, Laura
Lampo, Perry Olson, Diane Hakeman, and Greg
The Year That Was
The Beach Boys A A float building
A A stuffing napkins A A A sore fin-
gers A A A tired eyes from staying
up late the assembly . A . Roy-
alty . A the parade A A the game
A A the dance A A A dressed to kill
A A expensive restaurants A A
1. Varsity cheerleaders Diane Hakeman and Lori
Hudson pose together at the bonfire. 2, 3, 4. La-
Saundra Shivers shows the surprise of being named
princess at the homecoming assembly. 5. In the
faculty skit, Mr. Bollaert tries his best for the title
Miss Silver Streak. 6. Several students help a silver
streak down the parade route. 7. These students
illustrate the excitement of the homecoming game.
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Homecoming students got
rowdy at the first bonfire in several
years an excellent pep assem-
bly , school spirit was high
Panthers lost a squeaker to Gales-
burg the agony of defeat
but we're still proud of our Pan-
1. The Student Council worked hard to organize
this years honfire and make it a success, 2. A
striking silhouette, caught by the photographer at
the homecoming honfire 3. Mr Richard Greene.
North Campus principal. leads the homecoming pa'
rade as grand marshal 4. Rowdy Panthers crash
through the hoop, ready for the big homecoming
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1. The homecoming parade marches down 17th
Avenue in downtown East Moline, 2. l'Nightfall"
plays a slow song at the homecoming dance, giving
the couples a chance to dance cheek-to-cheek. 3.
Queen Kelly Oltman speaks briefly after her crown-
ing at the homecoming assembly. 4. These rowdy
seniors ham it up for the photographer at the home-
The Year That Was
A Year For
Entertainment . . , the Baddest
band , , . carolers in the halls . .
Orchesis half-time shows . . , mati
nee performances . . . melodrama
. . an entertaining year in 1982
1. Tom Dennis, senior, portrayed Gentle Grimes
in this year's fall play "Dirty Work in High
Places," 2. The pep band riled students up
during pep assemblies. 3. The Panther Players
show their school spirit at the homecoming as-
sembly. 4. These students rehearse their lines
for the fall play. 5. Greg Longbons, senior, plays
the accordian in the fall play. 6. Martha Nelson
and Cindy Zoller, seniors, and Doug Whiteside,
junior, were in the musical, "The Unsinkable
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All the time and dedication spent prac-
ticing and marching certainly paid off for
the band, sparking the spirit of all Pan-
ther fans. Students and parents enjoyed
the enthusiasm displayed on and off the
The concert band consisted of over
100 talented UT students who performed
at football and basketball games, assem-
blies, and their annual Christmas and
spring concerts. Mr. Mallie Williams, band
director, stated, "I hope that this yearas
band will reach its full potential." Accord-
ing to many pleased spectators, they did.
In addition to the Concert band there is
Jazz Lab, a select group of band mem-
bers. The Jazz Lab plays popular music
throughout the Quad-Cities area. Other
bands are the two freshmen bands, which
prepare the students for a higher level of
Sue Dravis, sophomore, summed up
her feelings about band by saying, "The
cold morning practices are all worthwhile
when you get out on the field at a football
game. lt's really terrific, I guess itls the
1. Marvin Wells, junior, hams it up for the photogra-
pher at the football game, 2. Jazz Lab members are
ffrontl Tracy Mitchell, Cheryl Tworek, Brian Nel-
son, Cindy Penfold, Marvin Wells, LaSaundra Shiv-
ers, lrow 2l Mark Johnson, Brett McCabe, Crystal
Cuerington. Troy Rangel. Dennis Mosher, Ken Za-
lewski, Doug Whiteside. lbackl Joe Fuqua, Sherrie
Williams, Tony Jensen, Steve Arvanitis, Tim
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1. Concert Band members are lfronti LaSaundra
Shivers, Chris Volk, Cindy Penfold, Judy Paskvan,
Julie Evans, Susie Ebalo, Jill DeGraeve, Anita Mil-
lett, Cathy Hipple, Nancy Perkins, Robin Harris,
Karyn Palos, Lisa Mundt, Andrea Davison. Crow 25
Paul Boudreau, Chris Riceman, Julie Paxson, Kathy
Romanowski, Cheryl Winthurst, Kim Miner, Rebella
Atwater, Amy Fish, Lisa Teague, Barb Deal, Jill
Wilson, Alan Corbin, LaJohnna Shivers, Diana Jen-
sen, Maria Moreno, Scott Clark, Lori Sonneville,
Jodi Craker, Julie Vyncke, Cheryl Tworek. Crow 33
Brian Nelson, Laura Beckman, Kristi Balluff, Marvin
Wells, Mark Eldridge, Arnie Kieffer, Tim Kastner,
Sherrie Williams, Dan Goderis, Joe Fuqua, Rich
Prettyman, Steve Arvanitis, Tony Jensen, Linda
Halsey, Cindy Parker, Dan Harmening, Mark
Fickes, Doug Norris, Brenda Tomes, Luis Moreno,
David Bergevin, Brad Martin. lrow 41 Greg Long-
bons, David Nelson, Manuel Castaneda, Bob Med-
ley, Eric Behymer, Ed Brewer, Ron Gardner, Debra
Vyncke, Ken Zalewski, Dennis Mosher, Michelle Al-
lensworth, Doug Whiteside. Larry Cross, Shari Al-
lensworth, Martha Nelson, Juan Rodriguez, Eric
Berry, Gerald Pittman, Guadalupe Correa. lbackl
Kim Davis, Connie Catour, Chris Duncan, Ann Ste-
phenson, Jeanette Lifvergren, George Arvanitis,
Gerald Cullet, Mark Johnson, Steve Mann, Brett
McCabe, Jeff Classen, Mike Kushmer, George
Guinn, Tom Dennis, Tom Perkins, Mike Beedlow,
Carrie Moline, Maria Guiterrez, Lynn Hutten, Billie
Anderson, Bev Frederick. 2. These band members
show good marching form while on the field. 3.
Greg Longbons, senior, takes a break after playing
at a football game. 4. Members of the pep band
perform at halftime at the basketball game.
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1. Freshmen band members are ffrontl Theresa
Mitchell. Dawn White, Joann Gierman, Robin Kirk,
Dawn Whitney, Kellie Gilson, June Hock, Jeanine
Mueller. lrow 25 Sonya Royal. Mary Moreno. Paul
Raischel. Bob Ochoa, Tom Gregory, Greg Martel.
Georgette Johnson, Lori Boudreau, Deanna
DeRoo. Paula Lubbe. lbackl Kerry Fisher. Juan Ji-
menez, Lisa Powell, John Adams, Mark Hasenwin-
kel, Carolyn Tworek. Brian Malcolm. Garritt Dun-
can, Brian Hopkins, David DeDecker, Hayden
Grooms, 2. This band member concentrates hard on
the music. 3. Mr, Mallie Williams and the band
members take a break from their performance at a
1. The band works hard under direction of Mr.
Williams to please the crowds at the basketball
games. 2. The tuba players seem to know who is
number one. 3. Freshmen band members are lfrontj
Tria Ehardt, Leslie Stephenson, Lisa Stulir, Cynthia
Branch, Tracey Mayfield, Nora Noriega, Andrea
Pratt, Ron Taets, lrow 2l Joe Richard, Dorothy
Thompson, Dion Meyer, Brenda Pobanz, Pablo
Rea, Paul Cummings, Brian Bubon, Scott Downen,
Brian Raasch, Vicki Austin. lbackl Jackie Hemphill,
Debra Emmert, Martin Rea, Kurt Zalewski, Tim
Schellhorn, Kyle Apperson, Kristopher Edwards,
This year,s choral department was di-
vided between two directors, Mr. Donald
G. Dyer taught the sophomore chorale, a
freshman girls soprano-alto choir, and a
freshman boys tenor-bass choir, and the
handbell choir. These choirs had two per-
formances during the year, one being the
Christmas concert and the other a spring
Mr. Charles Traylor, taught two girls
soprano-alto choirs, and a small chamber
choir made up of juniors and seniors. Mr.
Traylor stated, "A choir in itself is an
instrument a director has to get all
the parts together and they've got to
Due to the drop in enrollment of sing-
ers, chamber choir underwent a few
changes. They became a madrigal and
jazz choir and voted on a new name for
the group and came up with 'iPersonal
This group presented a Christmas con-
cert in the South Campus auditorium and
caroled through the halls before Christ-
mas vacation. They were permitted to
leave school to perform for the Retired
Teachers Association and also the Colona
school P.T.A. In May, they performed at
a spring jazzfpops concert and finally in-
troduced the first madrigal dinner at Unit-
ed Township High School.
The choral department also saw the
arrival of a new sound system which aid-
ed the chamber choir in their perfor-
Mike Williams, junior, commented,
HIt's not the easy credit people think it is,
but it,s fun. l wish more people were in
l. Mr. Charles Traylor, choir director, teaches the
class a new piece of music. 2. Members of the
Chamber Choir are lfrontl Erin O'Brien, Kathy Lay,
Sylvia Garcia, Julie Smart, Sally Morehouse, Jerri
Sheehan, Julie Reger. Crow 2l Mary Traylor, Bev
Harder, Melinda DePauw, Sue Harris, Ruby Gard-
ner, Traci Grimm, Teresa Heston, Deana Cooper.
fbackl Jerry Russ, Dale Harris, Scott Taulbee, Mi-
chael Williams, Scott Meyers, Brent Johnson, Paul
1. Deanna Sieghartner is the pianist for the choirs,
2. Hard at work are the members of the handbell
choir, 3. Freshmen boys choir members are ffrontl
Billy Wells, Kevin Thompson, Darrin Neal, Todd
Camp, Joseph Praught, Richard Rea, Micheal
Dierkes, Larry Seago. lrow 21 Jeff Spears, George
Kotrogiannis, Leevon Harris, Brian Reed, Darrell
Mitchell, David Pauli, Jeff Rettig, Kevin Smith, lrow
31 Danny Bevelheimer, Ray Burgess, Terry Howat,
Jeff Gillespie, Randy Clark, Jarrod Miller, Mike
Connolly, Edward Hoff, lrow 45 Sean Dalmasso,
Steve Larson, Todd Dennhardt, Jay Scherschel,
Steve Carlin, Trent Durham, Ron Solomon, Troy
Green, Paul Shafer. fbackl Mark Wilks, Jon Bailey,
Steve Clark, John Hoepfner, Ron Carton, Brad
Kurtz, Scott Johnson, Paul McLean, Dean Hunt. 4.
Freshmen girls choir members are Cfrontl Jodie
Smith, LaCinda Manary, Jackie Finch, Julie Mitch'
ell, Sandra Pena, Tiffany Krantz, Penny Heydeman,
Tresa Matheny, frow 25 Reba Cranson, Jodi Win-
gert, Diana Campbell, Kathy Frendt, Amy Waite,
LuAnn Jacobs, Sharmon White, Cindy Crimmins,
Patricia Puentes. fbackl Kristen Taylor, Tamara
Dunlap. Stacy Mann, Dawn VanDaele, Lisa Whitley,
Shelly Frese, Clara Rhodes, Tami Nelson, Betsy
Dalton, Kim Anderson, Kim Bates.
1. Members of the Sophomore Chorale are ffrontl
Latres Walton. Cindy Engholm, Kathy Knouse, Pau-
line Terronez, Jeff Voorhis, David Hines, Joe
Jones. Stephen Garcia, Kelly Carey, Charlotte
Braud, Dawn Walton, Cindy Palmersheim, Jody
Rausch. lrovv 2l Angie Henderson, Cindy Cheffer.
Michelle Miller, Shelly Gibbon, Casandra Pankey,
Mary Decker, Tim Dalton, Dan Provorse, Jim Da-
vis. Gary Cooper. Kristine Hunt, Jeanette Sparrow,
Denise Pallock, Becky Aguirre. lrow 3b Joanne
Heald. Tina Miletich, Shelly Katzenburger, Marcia
Markle, Jill Liggett. Brad Burklund, Mark Hasen,
winkel, David Munoz, Chris Dobereiner, Robert
Kern, Mike Killian, Lisa Mahan, Karlene Cause-
maker. Rochelle LeBlanc. Penny Schoch, Kris Em-
ery. ibackl Becky Witmer, Amy Wolf, Patsy Schoch,
Francie Wiegel, Dee Honert, Irene Scalf, Bill Clark.
Tim Crimmins, Brian Hacker, Stacey Smith, Jon
Jannes, Mike Palmateer, Julie Taets, Karen Meier,
Nancy Lorimer. Kathy Green. Nicole Stopoulos.
Dana Hines, Lori Chanay, Lisa Lovvder. 2. Mr. Don
Dyer takes an active part in his handbell choir.
1. Members of the freshmen girls choir are ffrontl
Alice McLernon, Lisa Ellis, Theresa Viner, Ketra
Wassell, Costella Green. lrow 21 Jodi Schneider,
Deann Talbot, Missy Cunningham, Sandra Keith,
Debra Goderis, Tanya Johnson, Deanna Burney.
lrow 37 Brenda Southerland, Lisa Sonneville,
Shonda Johnson, Michelle Evans, Angie Thorton,
Julie Whiteside, Lesa Gonzales, lbackl Christine Ke-
telaar, Lataya Dean, Nicolette Mays, Susan Stam-
baugh, Michelle Connolly, Chris Settles. Monica
Koster, 2. Teri Freers, junior, works hard on her
music during choir class. 3. Members of the Hand-
bell Choir are ffrontl Ronda O'Neil, Kori Watson,
Roger Winchester, Rhonda Wishmeyer. lbackl Pam
Fisher, David Cornell, Mark Underwood, Jim Col-
lins, Linda Morse. 4. Members ofthe freshmen girls
choir are lfronti Carol Wells, Sheryl Grimes, Deb-
orah Scott, Dora Gomez, Tammi Sheehan, Kellie
Sanders, Dede McVey, Tina Munoz, Laurie Buchen.
lrow 27 Lisa Rangel, Pam Welsh, Becky Scully,
Sheila Scritsmier, Shearrie Houston, Jennie Coram,
Laurie Massengarb. Cindy Cruz, Tamber Nevins,
Lisa Ellis. lbackl Becky Mehaffy, Ann DeLille, Pam
Torok, Monica Scott. Jill Wheeler, Linda Riley, Kim
Whitley, Denise Holmes, Telisa Turnipseed, Jenny
Fuhrer, Kim Anderson, Mary Lucas.
"A lot of determination, the want to do
a little more than the average student,
and liking to dance." This is what it takes
to be in Orchesis, according to Naidine
Last March tryouts were held in which
thirty students, juniors and seniors, par-
ticipated. Each student got one hour to
learn a thirty second dance. They prac-
ticed for two nights. On the third night
the students presented the dance to the
judges. The students with the best pre-
sentation were chosen for the 1981-82
Orchesis did many new things this
year. They elected two committees. The
publicity committee distributed "The
Fleet Feet", a newsletter which informed
the faculty of upcoming performances
and projects. The moneymaking commit-
tee sold calendars in October and spon-
sored a paper and tin can drive.
This year was the first year students
could repeat the class. These students
were Jody Grasz, Paul Hasenwinkel, and
Janis Pauli, all seniors.
Miss DlAngelo is currently in the pro-
cess of establishing an Orchesis I at North
Campus and an Orchesis Il at South Cam-
1. Jody Grasz, Beckie Grenier, Cindy Zoller, and
Jett James, perfect a complicated move. 2. Tom
Dennis, senior, and Mary Traylor, senior, are stu-
dent directors for this year.
1. Cindy Zoller, senior, shows off her tap dancing
skills. 2. Orchesis members for this year are jback
rowl Diane Johnson, senior, Lani Apperson, junior,
Jett James, junior, Sherry Mills, senior, Cindy
Zoller, senior, Jody Grasz, seniorg Jackie Puentes,
junior. trow twol Beckie Grenier, junior, Chris Volk,
seniorg Paul Hasenwinkel, seniorg Teri Freers, ju-
niorg Martha Nelson, senior, lfront rowl Angie Drape
er, junior, Robin Firth, junior, Janis Pauli, senior,
Laurie Hayes, junior, Jeri Jones, junior. 3. Diane
Johnson demonstrates a difficult move. 4. Melinda
DePauw, junior, and Robin Firth practice a new
dance step. 5. Janis Pauli, Diane Johnson, Jodi
Grasz, Laurie Hayes, and Paul Hasenwinkel prac-
tice a dance sequence for an upcoming perfor-
Fall play director, Mr. Michael Schmidt
commented about the Panther Players'
first production of the year, "Every few
years we need to do a show that isnft
great literature, but which is a lot of fun.
Dirty Work ln High Places was a lot
of fun for all of us."
The play was a melodrama with the
typical villain, Gentle Grimes or GG
lplayed by a convincing Tom Dennis, sen-
iorl who lied, cheated, and generally tried
to make the lives of the town folk miser-
able. Of course there is a young and
beautiful heroine, Little Saccharin lAngie
Suess, juniorl, who with her innocence
attracts the unwanted attention of the de-
In order to save her family from pover-
ty, Little Saccharin is forced to work for
GG. However all is not lost. Enter the
hero, Dauntless Crusader lGreg Long-
bons, seniorl who is in love with Little
Saccharin and saves her from the evil
clutches of Gentle Grimes. The eventual
end comes with the villain being foiled
The actors did an excellent job of cap-
turing the lighthearted spirit of the play
and putting on a performance that had
the audience enthralled by the fun with
which they portrayed their characters.
1. Gene Webb, Torn Dennis, Angie Suess. and Greg
Longbons get fogged out by the smog machine. 2.
Diane Johnson. Gene Webb, Tom Dennis, Laurie
Hayes and Janis Pauli are one big happy family,
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1. Members of the cast are: lfront rowl Robin Firth,
Greg Longbons, Jay Ross, Mary Traylor, Martha
Nelson, Laurie Buchen, Julie Whiteside. Warren
Wassel, Janice Hoaglund. Crow 23 Gene Webb, Shar-
on Hill, Telisa Turnipseed, Kurt Zalewski. Laurie
Hayes, Dan Utera, Gregg Larson, Tom Gaughan,
Kelly Morris, Darla Arch. Jackie Puentes. lrow 33
Angie Suess. Pete Worrell, Sanchia Horst, Dave
Pauli. Merlin Nelson, Janis Pauli, Greg Martel, Char-
lotte Braud. Patricia Puentes. lback rowl Tom Dene
nis, Jim Cox, Doug Whiteside, Diane Johnson, Mari-
lyn Spencer, Mark Hasenwinkel. Amy Suess. Rich
Carlson. Darryl Shappard. 2. Members of the crew
are ifront rowl Lori Chanay. Lynn Hunsinger. Becki
Aguirre. Kris Hunt, Cathy Hipple. Becky Grenier,
Tracy Kave. Lisa Mundi. lrow 23 Pete McBurney,
Cindy Zoller. Ann Lawson. Michelle Allensworth,
Shari Allensworth, Larry Cross. Chris Jeter. Cback
rowl Joel Vyncke, Gary Pease. John Horvath,
Bruce Mikita, Dexter Jensen, Darrell Rodgers,
Dawn Wales. 3. Diane Johnson and Janis Pauli
campaign for mayor. 4, Director Mr. Michael
Schmidt and assistant director Robin Firth, junior.
This year, UT was proud to present
f'The Unsinkable Molly Brownfl lt's the
story of Molly Tobin lMartha Nelson, serie
iorl who leaves home, only to fall in love
with Leadville Johnny Brown lPaul Ha'
senwinkel, seniorl. They marry, and after
Johnny strikes it rich, they move to Den-
ver where Molly tries to fit in with the
Denver high society.
Molly visits Paris, where she makes an
impression on the crown heads of Eur-
ope. She returns to America where the
Denver high society loves her new friends
but still won't accept her. Once again
she's off to Europe, and on her return trip
home, she takes the Titanic. After it
crashes, she saves many lives, thus the
title "The Unsinkable Molly Brown."
Paul Hasenwinkel commented, f'The
whole cast, crew, and orchestra worked
well together. I had a lot of fun. Johnny
Brown was an easy part to play for me."
Once again there were two evening
performances and one student matinee.
And except for some inappropriate be-
havior from a few members of the mati-
nee audience, all three presentations
Cindy Zoller, senior, stated, "We are
all very close, but we don't let that affect
our performance. We put everything we
have into our productions."
1. Leadville Johnny Brown, played by Paul Hasen-
winkel, proposes to Molly Tobin. played by Martha
Nelson. 2. These showgirls provide the entertain-
ment at the Saddle Rock Saloon.
1. Orchestra members are Brett McCabe, Mark
Johnson, Tim Kastner, Steve Arvanitis, Marvin
Wells, Ken Zalevvski, Sherrie Williams, Joe Fuqua,
Brian Nelson, Alan Corbin, l.aSaundra Shivers, Cin-
cly Penfold, Cheryl Tworek, Jodi Craker, Tracy
Mitchell, Crystal Cuerington, Roger Akers. 2. The
Denver police perform a song and dance outside of
Mrs, McGlonels mansion. 3. A fight breaks out at
Molly's society ball,
1. Cast for the musical are lfronti Angie Suess,
Merlin Nelson, Tom Gaughan, Gene Webb, Robin
Firth, Tina Spencer, Laurie Hayes, Cathy Hipple,
Becky Aguirre, Pauline Terronez, Robin Kirk, Patri-
cia Puentes, Greg Martel. Crow 21 Julie Whiteside,
Lesa Gonzales, Lori Chanay, Kathy Knouse, Dana
Hines, Sanchia Horst, Janis Pauli, Amy Suess, Mar-
tha Nelson, Cindy Zoller, Michele Caldwell, Sharon
Hill, Bruce Mikita, Nikki Stopoulos, Melinda De-
Pauw, Brian Malcolm, lbackl Kurt Zalewski, Gary
Pease, Doug Whiteside, Kevin Smith, Dan Utrera,
David Pauli, Greg Longbons, Paul Hasenwinkel,
Darryl Shappard, Mary Traylor, Mark Hasenwinkel,
Jay Ross, Jeff James, Rich Carlson, Jim Cox, Chris
Jeter, Larry Cross, Melissa Swanson, Tony Jensen,
Jackie Puentes, Tom Dennis, Lani Apperson. 2. lt
wasn't love at first sight for Molly and Johnny, but
things would change.
Cast of Characters
Molly Tobin Martha Nelson
Michael Tobin Jeff James
Aloyslus Tobin Dave Pauli
Patrick Tobin Tony Jensen
Father Flynn Kurt Zalewski
Shamus Tobin Jim COX
Charlie Jay Ross
Burt Greg Longbons
Johnny lLeadvillel Brown Paul Hasen-
Christmas Morgan Mary Traylor
Denver Police Jeff James
Mrs McGlone Crndy Zoller
Monsignor Ryan Larry Cross
Roberts Merlm Nelson
Germaine Kathy Knouse
Princess Delong Janis Pauli
Prince Delong Tom Dennis
Countess Ethanotous Charlotte Braud
Count Feranti Dave Pauli
Jenab Ashros Jeff James
Duchess of Burlingame Amy Suess
Duke of Burlingame Tony Jensen
Baroness of Auld Lori Chanay
Malcolm Broderick Doug Whiteside
Mrs Wadlington Chns Jeter
Mr Wadlington Kurt Zalewskl
Sailor Doug Whitesrde
Maitre D Gary Pease
Waiter Kevin Smith
Maids Dana Hmes
Chorus Angie Suess Kelly Morris M
chelle Caldwell Sanchia Horst Dana Hines
Pauhne Terronez Niki Stopoulos Melissa
Swanson Cathy Hipple Robin Firth Robin
Kirk Melinda DePauw Sharon Hill Laurle
Hayes Becky Aguirre Rrch Carlson Mark
Hasenwinl-tel Brian Malcolm Dan Utrera
Bruce Mrklta Darryl Shappard Jay Ross
Tom Gaughan Gene Webb Jackme Puentes
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party for Molly. 2. Crew members are lfrontl Gregg
Larson, Jeff Kipp, Lynn Hunsinger, Andrea Davi-
son, Pete McBurney. Crow 21 George Sakas, Karyn
Palos, Noelle Schilling. lbackl Dave Pasley, Lori
Bokros, Ann Lawson, Kathy Romanowski, Pete
Worrell, Joel Vyncke, Doug Whiteside.
On The Stage
We always hear about the actors in the
play, but what about the people that
work backstage? These are the people
we seldom hear about, but they are the
ones who put it all together and make the
play what it really is.
The Panther Players are a group of
approximately 75 dedicated students
who do everything from building sets and
working lights to designing costumes and
This year, Panther Players presented
the one act play, A'Spoon River Antholo-
gy," for state competition. Mr. Mike
Schmidt, director of this play and Panther
Players adviser, commented, "' Spoon
River Anthology' is a dramatization of
Edgar Lee Masters' poems about the late
residents in Spoon River, Illinois. As each
gets one last chance to comment on the
most important event of their lives, we
see a microcosm of what makes life worth
living, of how we can destroy ourselves."
Although working on plays takes up a
major portion of their time, Panther Play-
ers have been involved in other activities
such as ushering for the musical i'Annie',
when the Broadway Theatre League
brought it to the Quad Cities.
They were also involved in theatre
workshops at Circa '21 for the presenta-
tion of "Ten Little Indians." They were
also present for the performance of
"Twelfth Night" at I-lancher Auditorium,
Everyone holds a different view of Pan-
ther Players. Jeff Kipp, sophomore. stat-
ed, "They believe in the importance of
being themselves." Sophomore Lynn
I-Iunsinger commented, "It's hard work
but it's worth it."
1. Darryl Shappard, senior, clowns around back-
stage at the fall play. i'Dirty Work in High Placesfl
2. Mark Hasenwinkel, freshman. tries out his seduc-
tive look for the camera.
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l. Cast members for the One Act are lfrontl Angie
Suess, Lori Chanay, Kelly Morris, Amy Suess, Char'
lotte Braud. irow twol Pat Dohogne, Sharon Hill,
Larry Cross, Mary Traylor, Mark Hasenwinkel,
Cbackl Tom Dennis, Gregg Larson, Robin Firth,
Dave Pauli, Greg Longbons, Janis Pauli. 2. Char-
lotte Braud, sophomore, practices for the One Act.
3. Gene Webb, junior, thinks up a devious scheme
for the next play. 4. The Panther Players "Thot the
parade was next week," so they did not have time
to build a float for the homecoming parade. 5.
Members of Panther Players are ifrontl Greg Long-
bons, Janis Pauli, Martha Nelson, Paul Hasenwin-
kel, irow Zl Jim Cox, Gary Pease, Dana Hines, Pat
Dohogne, Gregg Larson, Tom Dennis, Melinda De-
Pauw, Tony Jensen, Bruce Mikita, Angie Suess,
Darryl Shappard, Rich Carlson, Kelly Morris. frovv
3l Mark Hasenwinkel, Pete Worrell, Lesa Gonzales,
Lori Bokros, Lori Chanay, Niki Stopoulos, Amy
Suess, Julie Whiteside, Patty Jennings. lrow 4l Jeff
Kipp, Merlin Nelson, Danny Utrera, Brian Malcolm,
Dawn Wales, Pauline Terronez, Lynn Hunsinger,
Dave Pasley, Sanchia Horst. Crow 5l Jay Ross, Kurt
Zaleswski, Pete McBurney, Ann Lawson, Doug Whi-
teside, Diane Johnson, Cindy Zoller, Larry Cross,
Mary Traylor, Jackie Puentes, Chris Jeter, lrow 6l
Sharon Hill, Kathy Knouse, Cathy Hipple, Gene
Webb, Dave Pauli, Laurie Hayes, Kevin Smith,
Charlotte Braud, Patricia Puentes, Robin Firth.
Student Council . . . Lettermen
. , , Key . . . Junior Rotarians , . .
Rifle Club . . . Speech Club . . .
Intramurals . . . Vocational Clubs
i i . National Honor Society . . .
Skyline . . . there is an organiza-
tion for every interest . , some-
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1. Lisa Paytash, senior, is Student Council presif
dent. 2. Renee Cranson, senior, works at McDon-
ald's through assistance from a vocational club. 3.
Senior Brenda Rasmussen, Skyline co-editor, takes
a breather between deadlines. 4. Senior Mary
Baecke, National Honor Society president, tries to
look studious for the photographer. 5. Kristen Em-
ery, sophomore Student Council member, wonders
how she is going to carry all the oranges and grape-
fruit she sold. 6. Jim Cox, sophomore, works at
coat check for Speech Club. 7. Rifle Club teaches
marksmanship, gun safety, and concentration. 8.
Julie Smart, senior, hides in fear and dread of a
coming Skyline deadline.
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Skyline Puts It Together
Deadline lded linl, n. 1. a date before
which something must be doneg specifical-
ly, the time after which copy is not ac-
cepted for a particular publication, 2. a
line drawn within or around a prison that
a prisoner passes at the risk of being shot.
A deadline is something that happens
five times a year for Skyline staff mem-
bers. At these times, members suffer nu-
merous physical and mental changes such
as excessive fingernail biting, frantic
screaming, and desperate worrying.
"Sometimes deadlines do get a little
hairy, but all-around, being on Skyline is
great. We learn a lot and have a lot of
fun. It's not a structured classg we just go
and work for the hour. Therefs also a lot
of work to do outside of class and after
school," stated Dave Pasley, junior, a
two year member of Skyline.
New members found the class a chal-
lenging and learning experience. Tom
Satre, junior, stated, "Skyline gives me
a chance to improve my writing ability
while I see first-hand how a yearbook is
The photography staff showed great
talent this year. With the leadership of
head photographer Jeff Kipp and the ex-
perience of Gregg Larson, the staff pro-
duced some excellent photography.
The production staff agreed to contin-
ue the use of section editors to assist the
co-editors. Section editors were Dave
Pasley, Dave Parry, Gina Gardner, and
Theresa Dopler. Co-editors were Brenda
Rasmussen and Denise DeBarre. The
Skyline staff advisor was Mrs. Marsha Pe-
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1. Senior Denise DeBarre, co-editor, double-checks
some information for an ad with an advertiser. 2.
Skyline photographers are Tim Normoyle, Gregg
Larson, Jeff Kipp, and Jon Miller. 3. Senior Brenda
Rasmussen, co-editor, takes a breather between
deadlines. 4. Beth Kipp, sophomore, types names
for the underclassmen section with the help of ju-
nior Dave Pasley, underclassmen section editor.
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Peck method of typing for her Panther Players
story. 2. Skyline staff members are lfrontl Beth
Kipp, Kelly Morris, Lynn Hunsinger, Melody Cross,
Laurie Hufford, Gina Gardner, Julie Smart,Dianne
Kipp. lrow twol Lynn Stauffacher, Denise DeBarre,
Brenda Rasmussen, Theresa Dopler. lbackl Gregg
Larson, Dave Pasley, Kerry Sutton, Jeff Kipp, Jon
Key ls A Challenge
This year, members of the Key, UT's
school newspaper, decided to make the
paper a "not strictly school news" news-
paper. They provided many articles
which were not school-related but in-
volved topics interesting to the students.
Some of these articles included inside
looks at suicide, runaways, and child
abuse. The sports section provided con-
tests and quizzes and a series of articles
on sports outside of the school that stu-
dents participate in.
The Key went to many 12-page issues
for the first time in its history. The many
advertisers was the cause for the addition
of the four extra pages.
Co-managing editor, John DeVos, sen-
ior, says of the Key, 'lltys sometimes a
real challenge to get your stories in on
time, but it's also fun and interesting."
Mr. Jim Deal, Key adviser, sums it up
by saying, l'l'm extremely proud of the
work done this year by the Key staff, and
I feel we are producing one of the highest
quality newspapers available at the high
1. Key sportswriter Jim Leahy, junior, lays out a
sports page. 2. The Key staff, lbottom rowl Chris
Volk, co-managing editor, Lori McBride, head pho-
tographer, Lori Chick, advertising, Minerva Guz-
man, feature editor, Angie Batye, photographer,
Back row: Julie Duncalf, sportswriter, Jennifer
Bowling, news editor, Maria Gutierrez, feature writ-
er, Connie Meade, cartoonist and advertising, Ron
Latko, photographer, Merlin Nelson and advertis-
ing, Ron Latko, photographer, Merlin Nelson
lsquattingl, sportswriter, John DeVos, co-managing
editor, James Daugherty, sportswriter, Arnie Davis,
sports editor, Jim Leahy, sportswriter, and Liz
Barnes, photographer. Absent from the picture was
Laurie Hayes, assistant news editor. 3. Key news
editor Jennifer Bowling, senior, uses a telephone
interview to check facts in one of her stories. 4.
Key adviser Jim Deal types a story into a computer
terminal at The Daily Dispatch office, where the
Key is printed.
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1. Arnie Davis, junior, Key sports editor, watches
as the scanner reads his story and stores it in the
computer system. 2. Jim Leahy pastes up a story.
3. Students in the Key staff discuss an issue of the
This year's Speech Club had a great
year - but how could they go wrong
with twenty-three dedicated students to
represent UT at tournaments and de-
This year's schedule included tourna-
ments, debates, and fund-raisers. Among
the fund-raisers were candy sales, bake
sales, and boxed chocolate sales.
Speech tournaments were held at East
Moline, Normal, and Geneseo. At the
Normal tournaments, sixteen students
competed in various events such as radio
speaking, dramatic interpretation, and
The purpose of Speech Club is best
summed up by Dave Pasley, junior:
"Speech Club gives students an opportu-
nity to use their speaking skills in many
different ways. There's an event for ev-
eryone to participate in. Speech Club
also helps students who are not familiar
with public speaking to improve their
skills through attainment of additional ex-
This year's officers were Laurie Hayes,
junior, president, Gene Webb, junior,
vice president, Larry Cross, junior, secre-
tary, Robin Firth, junior, treasurer, Kelly
Morris, sophomore, North Campus re-
l. Dave Pasley, junior, practices his skit for Original
Comedy. 2. Charlotte Braud and Kelly Morris,
sophomores, don't seem to be very impressed with
the antics of sophomores Jim Cox and Merlin Nel-
son at the Speech Club coat check. 3. Speech Club
members are Cfrontl Kathy Knouse, Lori Chanay,
Andrea Davison, Niki Stopoulos, Dave Pauli, Robin
Firth, Gene Webb. trow twol Bruce Mikita, Merlin
Nelson, Lori Williams, George Sakas, Larry Cross,
Cbackl Kelly Morris, Dave Pasley, Melissa Swanson,
Darryl Shappard, Doug Whiteside, Jim Cox, Tony
Jensen, Tony Argeros, Laurie Hayes. 4. Doug Whi-
teside, junior, prepares to compete in Extempt at a
tournament. 5. Mrs. Mary Jane Nelson oversees
coat check at the basketball games. 6. Speech Club
officers are Kelly Morris, North Campus representa-
tive, Larry Cross, secretary, Gene Webb, vice presi-
dent, Laurie Hayes, president, Robin Firth, treasur-
er, 7. Melissa Swanson, junior, shows her true per-
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National Honor Society
National Honor Society is an organiza-
tion at UT which recognizes juniors and
seniors who take part in community ac-
tivities and are academic achievers.
The students that belong to NHS do
not just get selected because of class
rank, but because they work hard in
school and out. Many of the students in
NHS held part-time jobs and were in-
volved in church groups and other organi-
zations. Jodi Craker, senior, commented,
"Being in NHS is a new experience. You
have to be a real adventurer to stay in-
This year the members were involved
in many community service projects,
which included taking some children from
Bethany Home trick-or-treating on Hal-
loween, sending care packages to the
area needyg and near Christmas, they vis-
ited an area nursing home.
Every year, eighteen- outstanding sen-
ior men are selected to visit the East Mo-
line Rotary Club at the Club's weekly
The selection of the eighteen Junior
Rotarians was hard for the UT faculty.
They looked for a senior man who
showed good academic achievement, in-
volvement in extracurricular activities,
and service to the community. Senior
Steve Brewer commented, "It is a great
honor to be chosen for this activity by the
At the meetings, the visiting seniors
learn the purpose of the Rotary and sit in
while the members of Rotary talk about
business or about projects that will aid the
1. Paul Hasenwinkel, senior member of National
Honor Society, counts out a case of candy bars to
sell. 2. The selling of candy bars was a large part of
National Honor Society's 1982 money-making
drive. 3. Mary Baecke, senior, is president of Na-
tional Honor Society, 4. Dr. Alex Boyd is sponsor of
National Honor Society.
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Dan Goderis, Jim Miletich, Chris Larrison, Steve
Brewer, Scott Fluegel, Pat Dohogne. 2. Junior Ro-
tarians are Ron Hocker, Greg DeBo, Mike Krantz,
Bob Berry, Greg Longbons, Scott Taulbee, Tom
Cosgrave, Gregg Koser, Scott Hamrick, Mike Dick-
inson, 3. National Honor Society members are
ffronti Brenda Rasmussen, Cindy Zoller, Janis Pauli.
Crow 2l Laurie Merrill, Mike Krantz, Jodi Craker,
Denise DeBarre, Lisa Paytash, Pat Dohogne, Kathy
Lyon, Terrie Meyer, Greg DeBo, Julie Vyncke,
Maryann Ryan, Ron Hocker, Steve Lampo. lbackl
Mary Baecke, Scott Hamrick, David Parry, Gregg
UT's Outstanding Athletes
Being a letterman is more than just
having the honor of attaining a varsity
letter in athletics for the 50-plus students
who comprise the Lettermenls Club.
These members met weekly on Friday
morning to discuss upcoming events and
fund-raising activities. Early in the year,
the lettermen elected the following offi-
cers: Mickey Hill, president, Chris
Woods, vice president, Kelly Vyncke,
secretaryg and Jenny Morris, treasurer.
The club raised many of the funds needed
during the year through the sale of "Bad-
dest Cats in the Game" t-shirts and caps,
as well as buttons to boost school spirit.
The money was saved and the club spent
some of the funds on a field trip to Snow-
star Ski Resort in Andalusia. The club
was also involved in school service pro-
jects such as ushering at football and bas-
ketball games and funding the purchase
l. Carol Debowski, senior. buys candy at a basket-
ball game to support the UT band. 2. Scott Fluegel,
senior, displays his many athletic awards. 3. Sammy
Sandoval, senior, helps raise money for Lettermen
by selling l'Baddest Cats in the Game" t-shirts.
of a trophy case and a whirlpool in recent
Mr. Cliff Talley has sponsored the club
for the past fifteen years. "I enjoy work-
ing with the Lettermen's Club because it
gives me a chance to meet our school's
athletes," he commented. Looking back
on the previous fifteen years, Mr. Talley
stated that the major change has been the
induction of girls into the club. Several
years ago, female athletes belonged to a
separate organization, the Girls' Athletic
Association KGAAJ. The GAA was ab-
sorbed by Lettermen's Club about five
years ago. Now, girls account for nearly
half of Lettermen Clubls membership.
All of their work is enjoyable for the
club's members. "We have a good time,"
said Chris Woods, senior.
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1. These lettermen display pep footballs thrown
into the crowds by cheerleaders at games. 2. Jim
Miletich and Tom Grooms. seniors, enjoy ushering
at basketball games. 3. Lettermen are lfrontj Carol
Debowski, Kerrie Vyncke, Jodi Craker, Jenny More
ris, Jill Sanders. Sherrie Williams. Cherie Tworek,
Regina Flowers. Cathy Teague. Terry Hill. lrow
twol Kelly Vyncke, Carie Walker, Lisa Cervantes.
Yvonne Savala, Linda Bradley, Becky Connolly,
Jennifer Bailey, Vernessa Jackson. lrow threel
Deana Cooper, Chris Woods. Marty Papish, Dan
Goderis. Tim Kastner, Mary Baecke, Alicia Kratt,
Shelly Gibbon. lrow fourl Dave Parry, Pat Ream,
I.aSaundra Shivers, Greg Vanlnlecke, Jim Miletich,
Brent Hanlin. lrow fivel Todd Etzel. Tim Waeyaert,
Bob VanVooren, Mickey Hill. Steve Sanders, Diane
Hakeman, Laura Lampo, Matt Allison, Mark Sando-
Student Council Builds Unity
"l think that Student Council has
helped unify the student body through
spirit and enthusiasmf' stated Lisa Pay-
tash, president. Student Council has
caught the whole school in an aura of
spirit and school pride.
They accomplished these goals
through pep assemblies, the selling of
fruit and Spirit hats, homecoming, stu-
dent exchanges, and a new and improved
Student Council Week. The bigget factor
was involving students other than Council
members in these activities. Everyone
was able to participate!
The Student Council goal is to provide
a S7000 scoreboard for Soule Bowl.
They also wanted to improve relations
with the administrators. The success of
these ventures is yet to be seen. Lisa
Paytash thinks they will be successful.
L'We have a lot of members who have
really brought it all together."
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1. Senior Lisa Paytash, Student Council president,
conducts a meeting, 2. Student Council officers are
seniors Laura Lampo, secretary, Julie Vyncke, vice
president, Lisa Paytash, president, Amy Feller, par-
liamentariang junior Crystal Cuerington, treasurer.
3. How do you fit 20 crates of oranges and grape-
fruits in the trunk of a Toyota? 4. Senior Student
Council members are lfrontl Laura Lampo, LaSaun-
dra Shivers, Debbie Garcia. fbackl Amy Feller,
Jeanne Bell, Kathy Lyon, Kelly Oltman, Mary
Baecke, Shelly Wells, Lisa Paytash, Julie Vyncke.
1. Junior Student Council members are lfronti
Brent Hanlin, Donna Waeyaert, Claire Hernandez,
Chris Mohr. lbacki Crystal Cuerington, Linda Brad-
ley, Kim Bogaert, Susy Ebalo, Robin Housholder,
LaJohnna Shivers. 2. Jamie Titus, sophomore, and
Lisa Paytash, senior, oversee the distribution of
Student Council orange and grapefruit sales. 3.
Sophomore Student Council members are lfrontl
Debbie Vyncke, Tracy Lofgren, Rochelle Le Blanc.
lbackl Cheryl DeSmet, Jamie Titus, Julie Burns,
Tim Dalton, Tina Miletich, Kathy Knouse. 4. Fresh-
man Student Council members are lfrontl Jenny
Fuhrer, Kellie Sanders, Yvonne Quinones. lbacki
Lisa Whitley, Lisa Powell, Chris Welsh, Shelly Olt-
man, Lori Lodico, Julie Mitchell, Niki Leabo,
Working For Tomorrow - Vocation Centered Clubs
"The purpose of Agri-business is to
develop in each student an active interest
in his or her own area in the agriculture
field through on-the-job experiences and
related classroom activitiesf' stated Del
Carr, Agri-business teacher and club
Agri-business was a busy club. They
held an employer-employee banquet in
April and went to Great America in May.
During the course of the year, the club
sold candy to finance these activities.
Distributive Education is a vocational
club that teaches students about a variety
Students involved in DE got a prospec-
tive outlook of what options are open to
them in today's job market. Better busi-
ness management was the club's major
Getting experience in the field of retail
l. ECHO members are lon bedl Wendy Bull,
Luwanna Reed, Donna Waeyaert. fstandingl Lori
Garcia, Joyce Walker, Pam Finch, Shelley Larson
lOrion studentl, Tammy Kouski, Tracey May, Pen-
ny Mace, Joyce Garrett, Chris Mohr, Patty Torok.
and marketing is the background for the
class structure of Diversified Occupa-
Each student in DO is required to work
part-time for on-the-job experience.
"Business is a growing industry and it's
good to have a class that prepares you
for it," stated a member of DO.
ECHO and H0
The medical field may not be for every-
one, but students in ECHO fExtended
Campus Health Occupationsl and HO
fHealth Occupationsl had first-hand ex-
perience in the study of medicine.
Accomplished ECHO students earned
their nurses' aides certificates. Students
enrolled in both ECHO and HO partici-
pated in classroom activities and visited
lllini Hospital and several area nursing
Learning about the outside world is
just part of what HERO fHome Econom-
ics Related Occupationsl is all about.
HERO is a vocational club. Students in-
volved in this club learned about child
care, restaurant procedures, and interior
HERO was taught by Mrs. Jan Truel-
sen. She stated, "Cooperative education
gives students an opportunity to develop
work skills and gives them work exper-
Office Occupations is a business class
that teaches many office skills. Students
involved in this class learned the basics of
bookkeeping, proper phone answering,
form typing, and the operation of various
Students agreed that the class was
beneficial in preparing them for the busi-
ness world. "We really learn a lot," stat-
ed Elaine Peters, senior.
1. Agri-business members are lfrontl Joe Sheley,
Steve Waite, Rebecca Eklof, Carrie Coleman. Mary
McSwain, Vicki Gomez, Shawn Wallace, Mark
Natwick. lbackl Phillip Nevin, Larry Lewis, Sammy
Sandoval, Andy McClure, John Lupinski, Brian Nel-
son. 2. DE members are Mike Welsh, Beth Downey,
Julie Coutteau, Phil Chapman, Mark Christopher,
Randy Platt, Jim Gehn. 3. HO members are Dana
Cooper, Tammy DeJaegher, Carrie Verlinden,
Sherrie Williams, Georgann Passini. Jayne Staab,
Learning By Doing
1. Members of HERO are lfrontl William Tribett,
Jim Kunzle, John DeVos. lrow twol Deann Med-
haug, Teresa Heston, Teresa Gardner, Sue Karls-
son. fbackl Connie Catour, Penny Tapscott, Kim
Slaughter, Joetta Mitton, Bill Decker, Brenda
Schaecher, Gary Stoneking, John Hendrix, Marty
Robinson, Bev Harder, Carol Turner, 2. HERO offi-
cers are Penny Tapscott, second hour class presi-
dentg Carol Turner, second hour class vice presi-
dentg and Bev Harder, first hour class president. 3.
HERO club displays the float it entered in the home-
coming parade, 4. Members of DE are Curt DeCos-
ter, Essy Goodrich, Becky Patterson, Ron Shamsie,
Cindy Kelley, Diana Winthurst, LaShun Shelton,
Bonnie Catour, Lynn Hutten, Carol Sanders, Mar-
sha Anderson, l.iz Franco, Trudy Dursky.
1. Members of ECHO are ifrontj Amy Desherow,
Tiffany Sandoval, Jeri Jones, Teresa Fowler, Barb
Deal, fbackl Brenda Ethridge, Cheryl Burton, Shari
Allensworth, Lynn Swan, Tina Anders, Debbie Ma-
sias, Michele Beaver. 2. Members of OO are lfrontl
Cindy DeMeyer, Jonni McCash, Terry Wesolowski,
Jeanine Johnson, Kechia Newton, Elaine Peters,
Lorrie Lewis, Carrie Jones, Jodi Severtsgaard,
Brenda Stambaugh, Lynette Prettyman. Con stairsl
Teresa Johnson, Mrs. Helen Stiegel, club sponsor,
Debbie McCarthy, Beth Wolf, Tracy Schofield, Sue
Bealer, Faith Jones, Dawn Kenney, Donna Card-
well, Colleen McKeon, lla Huizenga, Charlie Ni-
Shooting rifles may seem like a mascu-
line sport, but in this year's rifle club, five
of the twenty members are girls.
The club emphasized concentration,
self-discipline, and safety. They met ev-
ery Tuesday night and shot in three half-
In February and March, the club took
its five best to Quincy for some real shoul-
This year's new rifle club sponser was
Mr. Robert Zesiger, who took the place
of retired sponsor, Mr. Paul Oliver, the
club's sponsor for the last thirty-one
When asked why they joined rifle club,
two of the club's female members, Mi-
chele Mayhugh and Sanchia Horst stated,
"lt gives us girls a chance to show the
1. This Rifle Club member takes careful aim, 2.
Jim Miletich, senior, demonstrates his "mean"
serve in intramural volleyball. 3. Rifle Club mem-
bers learned not only how to shoot, but how to
handle a rifle safely.
guys what we can do!"
If heavy competition and long prac-
tices every night aren't your thing, intra-
murals could be just the thing for you.
Intramurals are for students of the
same school who enjoy competing in
sports but don't have the time to join
This year's activities included flag foot-
ball, volleyball and basketball. Students
participating in these sports had a lot of
fun and got plenty of good exercise.
Mr. Dick Lee, an intramurals coordina-
tor for several years, stated, "Intramurals
gives lesser competitive students a
chance to show their athletic abilities."
1. These Rifle Club members concentrate on their
shooting, 2. Volleyball is a popular sport in intra-
murals, 3. Jeff Saey gets set up for a spike.
Winning teams . . . great coaches
A A , rowdy cheerleaders A . . Pete
the Panther . A , give United
Township , A A Panther pride . .
in athletics A A .
l. Senior Carol Debowski gets ready to set the ball
to her team member, 2. Tony Karasek, senior,
jumps high into the air to make a basket. 3. The
cold weather didn't keep the varsity wrestling
cheerleaders from cheering the team on. 4. Tracy
Lofgren, sophomore, really gets into her role as
Pete the Panther. 5. lt was a good tackle like this
one that led our team to a tie for third in state. 6.
The girls varsity basketball team puts up a tight for
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l. Varsity team members are ifront row1 Marty
Sanders, Steve Sanders, Brian Overmire, Jim Mile-
tich, Rick Lasek, JP, Jacobs, Vance Behrens, Mick-
ey Hill, Mike Stang, Greg VanHecke. lrow 21 Ros-
coe Spencer, Tim Snyder, Mike Louck, Randy
McGee, Charles Harris, Darnell Harper, Scott Fish-
er, Shawn Harris, Lee VanOpdorp, Jeff Louck.
lrow 31 Brad Raasch, Chris Larrison, Jesus Gonza-
lez, John Charlson, Brad Vincent, Matt Allison, Da-
vid Smith, Pat Ream, Bill Johnson, Scott Hamrick,
Doug Causemaker, Ron Rangel. Crow 41 Mike
Butcher, Scott Paxson, Mike Zimmerman, Bill
Schaeffer, Steve Franks, Dan Decker, Ron Crain,
Lloyd Ackland, Scott Fluegel, Dan Stumphy, Brian
DePorter, Tim Waeyaert. trow 51 Mark Sandoval,
Steve Woodyard, Dane Kespohl, Ted Leibovitz,
Doug Cooper, Jeff Saey, Tim Normoyle, Scott
Schneider, David Keim, John Reynolds, Tom
Grooms. lback row1 Doug Cooper, Dana Cooper,
Gene McCarter, Paul Lang, Frank Grimaldi, Coach
DeGrande, Coach Smith, Coach Brewer, Coach
Sanders. 2. Jeff Louck gets a hug from Coach
Sanders after a touchdown run, 3. Tim Waeyaert
shows where UT finished in the Western Big Six
Conference. 4. Jeff Louck plovvs ahead for more
yardage behind his blockers. 5. Principal Frank Ev-
ans holds the semifinal plaque for all to see.
Davenport West 29 UT 12
UT 44 Bloom Trail 22
UT 27 Freeport 0
UT 20 Moline 12
UT 35 Alkleman 14
Galesburg 15 UT 8
UT 14 Rock Island 8
UT 36 Quincy 9
UT 28 LaSalle-Peru 20
UT 36 Belleville East 13
UT 45 Homewood-
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We Are Proud Of You
The 1981 UT football team gave the
school a new sense of pride and a new
meaning to the popular cheer, "Stop,
look, and listen, here come the mighty
Panthers!" UT football gained new re-
spect among Quad-Citians, becoming the
first Western Big Six team ever to ad-
vance tothe semifinal round of state play-
The Panthers apparently felt right ai
home at Moline's Browning Field, their
temporary home during the Soule Bowl
renovation, They finished their season
with an impressive 9-3 record, the sea-
son's only disappointment was a narrow
loss to Galesburg at homecoming.
During post-season play the Panthers
played their very best. Cheerleaders held
wild pep assemblies in the teamis honor
and decorated the individual players'
lockers to boost their spirits for the big
games. The entire school and even some
surrounding area schools and colleges
were rooting for the Panthers. The team
defeated Belleville East and trounced
highly-ranked Homewood-Flossmoor in
the preliminary playoffs.
From here, the Panthers advanced to
the semifinal game at Burbank-Reavis., A
rowdy pep assembly sent the team on its
way. Unfortunately, the Panthers had a
few problems when they got to Reavis
that brought upon a disappointing loss.
The Panthers did not have much time to
feel down-hearted, though. They re-
ceived a warm welcome when they re-
turned to East Moline at a giant "wel-
come home" assembly in the South Cam-
pus gym. The Panthers were reassured
that they still were and always would be
number one in the hearts of their fans.
The Panther cubs did not fare as well
as the varsity. The sophomore team fin-
ished 3-6g Freshmen Black, 5-33 and
Freshmen Orange ended with a 2-6 sea-
1. These sophomores work diligently on their han-
doffs. 2. Sophomore team members are tfront rowl
Roy Tate, Brian Street, Steve Millett, Tom Rice.
Chris Leibovitz, Dan Woods, Charles Clark, Mark
Findahl. Krow 25 Ruben Alaniz, Tony Barnes, Loyd
Hubbard, Brad Burklund, Ken Hignight, Todd Larri-
son, Kevin Kahley, Chris Duncan. lrow 35 David
Malone, Ron Gardner, Roy Wright. Mike Seaman,
Joe Monterastelli, Brian Hacker, Brad DeMay. lrow
4l Dave Mumma. Daryn Palmateer, Mark Massa.
Scott Lamb, Mike Barr, George Arvanitis. Bobby
Lack. frow Sl James Davis, Steven Crabtree, Ra-
mon DelRio. Marion Barnett, Don Moore, Zeke
Zbleski, William Stevenson. Iback rowl Coach Gib-
bon, Mike Campbell. Ron Clash. Dave Hunt. An-
drian Carpenter, Coach Arvanis, Coach Taylor. 3.
Freshmen Orange and Black team members are
tfront rowl Carlos Tapia, John Lasek. Steve Clark.
Robbie Summers, Bob Neal, Marion Barnett, John
Manrrique, Dawn White, Kellie Gilson. trow 2l Todd
Jacobs. Todd Dennhardt. Ron Clash, David Rice.
Troy Green, Ron Ackland, Jamie Robers, Dean
Hunt, lrow 3l JoAnn Gierman, Adrian Carpenter,
Hayden Grooms, Chris Detlaegher, Mike Campbell,
Ron Raymond, Brad Rickey, Jesus Rubalcava. trow
4l Coach Bollaert, Shawn Hensley, Tim Erickson,
Todd Ripka, Brad Hauman, Tim Dillbeck, Todd
Sandoval, Paul McLean. Cback rowl Coach Segura,
Andy Snyder, Alan Sandoval, Richard Karasek,
Steve Hernandez, David Garcia, Coach Russell,
Coach Hanske, 4. Two freshmen take a breather
during a grueling practice session.
1. Freshman Orange cheerleaders are lfrontl Reba
Cranson. Cbacki Pam Torok, Nancy Goar, Kathy
Brewer. ltopi DeeDee Burney. 2. Varsity cheer-
leaders are Cleft to righti Lisa Paytash, Diane Hake-
man, Sue VanDeWiele, Lori Hudson, Laura Lampo,
Lynn Thomson. 3. The Varsity cheerleaders lead
the crowd in a cheer of 'iWe are No. I." 4. Sopho-
more cheerleaders are Cleft to righti Wendy Leon-
ard, Annette Poelvoorde, Francie Wiegel, Jamie
Titus, Rochelle LeBlanc, Pam Bost. 5. Freshman
Black cheerleaders are lleft to rightl Julie Mitchell,
Deann Stewart, Tamber Nevins, Kim Anderson,
1. Charles Harris bounds forward against a Viking
defender. 2. Coach Jim Sanders speaks to a full
gymnasium on the merits of school spirit. 3. Coach
Sanders barks commands to the varsity team before
the Alleman game, 4. Marching down field for a TD,
are Jeff Louck and his blocker Dan Sturnphy.
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1. Fullback Jeff Louck scowls at a Viking opponent.
2. Rick Lasek fires a pass to a Panther in the end
zone. 3. UT cheerleaders Lori Hudson, Diane Hake-
man, and Laura Lampo show enthusiasm during an
exciting Panther game.
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l. Vance Behrens gets mauled by a Viking safety
near the end zone. 2. The marching band fires up
the cheering crowd. 3. This Viking runner discover
how tough the Panther line is. 4. This Panther run'
ner plows forward for additional yardage.
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1. Tracy Lofgren, school mascot, shows the other
team what it's like to have Panther pride. 2. This
sign says it all! 3. Hundreds of Panther fans assem-
bled at South Campus for a welcome home assem-
bly for the Panthers after the game, 4. Coach Jim
Sanders addresses the assembly of fans following
the game which ended the Panthers! season.
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Bettenclorf 22 UT 35
UT 25 Alleman 32
UT 26 Kevvanee 31
UT 26 Alleman 33
UT 20 Galesburg 41
Pleasant Valley 15 UT 48
Geneseo 28 UT 28
UT 26 NOl'll1 Scott 31
UT 25 Geneseo 34
UT 27 Rock lsland 32
UT 21 Central 40
Sterling 19 UT 40
UT 21 Rock lsland 38
UT 28 Dav. West 28
UT 17 Moline 42
Geneseo lnvit. 6th
Clinton lnvit. 6th
Western Big 6 lst
l. Jenny Morris, senior, leads the pack through the
flats of Butterworth Park. 2. Sophomore team
members are lfrontl John Hemmingson, Mike Mill-
er, Brian Mohr. Mark Woodruff, Steve Woodruff.
lMiddlel Damon Evans, Rick Cervantes, John San-
doval, Jay Sandoval, John Lefevre. lbackl Juan
Jimenez, Scott Fournier. Steve Terronez. John
Hoepfner. 3. Varsity runners Matt Terronez, Rich
Prettyman and Brad Mann take a well-deserved rest
after a race. 4. The lead pack breaks away as they
reach the half way point of the race.
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The boys cross country team had a
surprising 9-4 record this season and fin-
ished 3rd in the Western Big 6.
The team finished 4th at the district
and came in 16th place in the sectionals.
Although coach Phillips was pleased with
the hard work that went on during the
season, they did not make it to state.
The sophomore boys had an excellent
record of 10-2 and has an excellent
chance of giving a big boost to the team
next year as they move up.
'LThe team did a tremendous job with
the number of young kids we had run-
ning," stated Coach Phillips.
Coach Phillips was surprised at the
team's success as he had only three re-
turning lettermen, senior Matt Terronez
and juniors Brad Mann and Rich Pretty-
Another terrific season ended with a 9-
3 record for the girls cross country team.
Long hours of work finally paid off
when the team won the conference and
the district tournaments. But they didn't
make it to state this year, which was the
goal of the team. "The only thing I
stressed the most was to run as a group,"
said Coach Steinmetz.
The girls cross country team was rated
the best in the area, and as for indivi-
duals, Jenny Morris was considered one
of the best. Jenny set a new school re-
cord for the 2 mile. She set also finished
third in the district as she led teammates
Cheri Tworek, Kerrie Vyncke, Diana
Karr, Carie Walker, Jill Sanders, and Car-
rie Natwick to a first place finish.
Boys Cross Country 19-41
UT 29 Bettendorf 30
UT 19 Assumption 42
UT 17 Kewanee 42
UT 21 Alleman 36
UT 24 Rock lsland 31
UT 19 Galesburg 37
Moline 22 UT 33
Geneseo 27 UT 29
UT 17 North Scott 43
UT 18 Dixon 41
UT 25 Sterling 30
Central 21 UT 40
Dav. West 28 UT 31
DeKalb lnvit, 11th
Geneseo lnvit. 5th
Clinton Classic 5th
Crete Monee 27th
Western Big 6 3rd
1. Two UT runners bolt for the starting line at the
beginning of a race. 2. Varsity team members are
ifrontl Juan Rodriguez, John Bolton, John Sando-
val, Rich Prettyman, Kari Raaska, Kevin Lampo,
imiddlei Tom Cosgrave, Bill Karben, Matt Terronez,
Dave Tripp, Paul Mitchell, ibacki Coach Gary Phil-
lips, Tim Kastner, Scott Fournier, Brad Mann, Eric
Fentem, Bob VanVooren. 3. Members of the girls
cross country team are ifrontl Carie Walker, Claire
Hernandez, Lisa James, Costella Green, Carrie
Natwick. lmiddlej Jill Sanders, Cheri Tworek, Carla
Duncan, Marlene Moreno, Rubella Atwater, Donna
DeSmet. ibacki Marcia Markle, Suzy Ebalo, Kelly
Vyncke, Jenny Morris, Kerrie Vyncke, Diana Karr.
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Dixon 209 UT 223
Geneseo 216 UT 224
Galesburg 219 UT 226
Macomb 215 UT 245
Moline 192 UT 215
Moline 215 UT 240
UT 240 Macomb 242
Geneseo 198 UT 217
Galesburg 185 UT 211
Rock Island 219 UT 231
UT 218 Rock Island 222
Western Big Six 5th
Dixon lnvit. 6th
Boys Golf 15473
UT 159 Geneseo 161
UT 160 Riverdale 178
Rock Island 157 UT 160
Aledo 170 UT 172
UT 165 Alleman 171
Galesburg 155 UT 164
Rock lsland 152 UT 155
1. Junior Mike Ferguson shows the form that netted Moline 142 U51 155
him a 38th place finish in the state competition. 2. UT 125 Al edman 164
Senior Mary Baecke gets up and down from any- UT, 154 18,5 O 172
where, which is why she led the varsity team for Mohne 167 UT 166
four years. 3. Members of the girls varsity team are Genesee 174
Susie Ogle, Jennifer Bailey, Mary Baecke, Stacy Aleclo lnvitational 333 12nd out of 81
Mann, Lisa Mahan, and Coach Ron Holmer. I.H.S,A. District 335 16th out of 101
Action On The Links
The golf teams both finished their sea-
sons on a somewhat sad note. However,
both teams were led by outstanding indi-
viduals. The boys varsity golf team fin-
ished with a record of 5-7, However, the
season could easily have been 8-4, as the
team lost three meets by a total of eight
Mike Ferguson, who finished 38th in
the state with a score of 162, thought the
experience was really good for him. Mike
commented, "The experience could real-
ly pay off next year and I'm happy with
my score, though I think I could have shot
better." Ferguson qualified for state by
winning the district championship with a
75 and tying for the sectional title with a
72. For his efforts he was named Most
Improved Player on the team.
Senior Dave Ogle was named Most
Valuable Player and Team Captain. The
rest of varsity consisted of seniors Wy-
man Woods and David Parry, and juniors
Peter Sproul and Jim VanDeHeede.
The girls golf team finished with a re-
cord of 2-9. The team was small in num-
ber as Coach Ron Holmer had only six
girls participating on the team from the
start of the year to the end. Coach
Holmer said about the squad, 'iThe team
really gave its allg the only thing that hurt
was not having enough girls to make up a
team with consistant scoringfl
Coach I-Iolmer's stand-out golfer was
senior Mary Baecke, who earned her
fourth varsity letter as a golfer. Mary fin-
ished as the Most Valuable Player and
also finished third in the district, which
qualified her for sectional play, where she
failed to place as the lowest scores in the
state were shot there.
Mary reflected on her year saying, "I
was a little disappointed that I failed to
qualify for the state tournament, but I
have enjoyed my years at UT.,' The oth-
er members of the varsity were Jennifer
Bailey, Stacy Mann, Susie Ogle, Karen
Meier and Lisa Mahan.
1. David Ogle, senior, shows the swing that led the
team to a good finish. 2. The only thing that makes
golf a game is a little white object called a ball. 3.
Members of the varsity boys golf team are Dan
Goderis, Dave Ogle, Mike Ferguson, Jim VanDe-
Heede, Pete Sproul, Wyman Woods, and David
Parry, 4. Wyman Woods, senior, strokes the ball on
its way to the hole.
1,2,3. Todd Gavin. senior, prepares himself with a
jump on the competition. 4. Girls swimming team
members are lfrontl Karen Mathahs, Leslie Ste-
phenson, Nikki Leabo, Amy Lewis, Alice McLer-
non. lrow 23 Amy McCollum, Claire McCollom, Kari
Wirtz, Shelly Gibbon, Angie Purvis. trow 3l Rhonda
Fiebig. Lori Bokros, Erin O'Brien, Maureen Stan-
daert. lbackl Robin Harris, Tracy Graham, Lynn
VanVooren, Kris Hosford. Debbie VanZanten, Jill
Hand, Coach Dave Busch. 5. Boys swimming team
members are lfrontl Chuck Bray, Paul McLean, Ron
Steffenson, Sean Dalmasso, Rick Shaw. lrow 2l
Todd Gavin, Dan Gavin, Dan Koser. Alex Quinones,
Greg Smart. Gregg Koser. lbackl John Hoaglund,
Marty Papish, Don D'Hooge. Brian Standaert, Joel
Moseley, Coach Dave Busch,
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Rock Island 87 UTHS 79
Burlington 65 UTHS 18
UTHS 55 Assumption 23
Dav West UTHS
UTI-IS Dav Central
UTHS 97 Galesburg
Rock Island Relays 7th
Kankakee West Invitational 7th
Western Big Six 3rd
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Rockford Jefferson Invitational 4th
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Panthers Make Waves
"The boys swimming team members
have shown improvement, and they were
all outstanding in their own way," said
Coach Dave Busch. "We had a pretty
good year. We swam well, but we did lose
some meets we shouldn't have."
The team took 2nd in the conference
by winning three of the conference
events. "Four out of five of our losses
were lost by less than ten points," stated
Coach Busch. "Next year should be a
pretty good one. We're losing some good
swimmers, but then we have some good
ones coming up."
The girls swimming team has been
gaining momentum since it started three
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years ago. Coach Busch said this about
his team, "We have really improved and I
can't say enough about the team."
The girls finished third in the Western
Big Six, which was their best showing yet.
Coach Busch's top swimmers were Deb
VanZanten and Nikki Leabo in the frees-
tyle, with Kris Hosford and Claire McCol-
lum anchoring several of the relay teams.
Coach Busch expects the team to
make a good showing next year, since he
has a lot of freshmen and sophomores
1. These swimmers prepare themselves for the start
of the race. 2. Junior Kris Hosford shows good form
in the freestyle competition.
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Clinton Relays 2nd
U T Panther Invitational 6th
Burlmgton Invitational 6th
Western Bix Six 2nd
Davenport West Relays 5th
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Geneseo 2 UTHS 0
Dav. W. 5 UTHS O
Dixon 2 UTHS 0
UTHS 2 Geneseo O
Galesburg 3 UTHS 0
Clinton 2 UTHS 0
DeWitt 2 UTHS O
Muscatine 3 UTHS 0
UTHS 2 Richwoods 0
UTHS 3 Moline O
UTHS 2 Sterling O
UTHS 3 Aledo O
UTHS 3 Galesburg 0
UTHS 3 Moline 0
UTHS 3 Riverdale 0
UTHS 1 Canton 0
UTHS 2 Sherrard 0
UTHS 2 E. ST. L. O
Q.N.D. 2 UTHS O
UTHS 2 Quincy 0
UTHS 2 Kewanee 0
Moline 3 UTHS 0
l,2,3. Yvonne Savala shows her serving from dur-
ing a match. 4. Varsity team members are lfront
rowl Lisa Armstrong, Carol Debowski, lrow 2l
Joyce Griffin, Yvonne Savala, Robin Householder,
JoElIyn Lemmon, lback rowl Debbie Vyncke, Lar,
encla Campbell, Carol Turner, Becky Connolly,
Coach Eldon Partridge. 5. Junior Varsity team
members are ftront rowl Debra Waeyaert, Sue
McEniry, Latres Walton. lrow 23 Andrea Stiegel,
Lisa Armstrong, Tina Miletich, Cheryl Krantz. fback
rowl Assistant coach Maria DeLanghe, Mary Deck-
er, Debbie Vyncke, Sara Beyhl, Dawn Stanlake.
Panthers Bump Opponents
The varsity volleyball team started off
slowly but finished on a high note. After
losing their first three matches, they be-
gan to bear down. The team went on to 5-
7 at the midway point of the season, and
by the end of the season had finished with
a very respectable 13-8.
Coach Eldon Partridge felt that his
team improved steadily as members
gained experience in their matches.
Coach Partridge, when asked about his
team commented, "My seniors, Joyce
Griffin, Carol Turner and Carol De-
bowski, formed a good solid backbone to
Joyce, who was named Most Valuable
Player, was the team's leader and best
spiker. Carol Turner and Carol Debowski
formed a good front line as they were the
team's setters and keyed the offense. The
rest of the starting line-up consisted of
Larenda Campbell, Robin Householder,
and Yvonne Savala, with Becky Connolly
being the first substitute, a key role com-
ing off the bench.
The team beat Moline twice during the
season but the "third time" wasn't a
charm for UT, as they lost to Moline in
the district final, bringing to an end a
New junior varsity Coach Maria De-
Langhe went through a learning exper-
ience as she took over the coaching du-
ties, she was also Coach Partridge's assis-
The freshman team, coached by Mrs.
Laud, went through a successful season,
winning better than half their games.
1. Larenda Campbell, junior, reaches back for pow-
er to spike the ball. Carol Turner, senior, stands
ready to recover it, 2. Yvonne Savala spikes the ball
against her Moline opponents. 3. Freshmen team
members are ifront rowl Theresa Shay, Lori Bou-
dreau, Faye Scott, Jodie Smith, Missy McDonough.
lrow 2l Monica Koster, Teri Slutts, Robin Kirk,
Mary Moreno, Cynthia Branch, Leilani Krack, Mi-
chelle Connolly. lback rowl Coach Jeri Laud, Jean-
ine Mueller, Georgette Johnson, Marge Derby, De-
anna DeRoo, Melodie McGinnis, Chris Settles, mgr.
Girls Basketball Q13 101
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A Year For
After a conference-winning season in
his first year of coaching, Coach Mike
Dergois honeymoon abruptly ended as
he lost four of last year's starters and was
forced to piece together a team out of a
squad of relatively inexperienced players.
This was the decisive factor which proved
to be difficult to deal with.
Three seniors, Beverly Johnson, Sher-
rie Williams, and Deana Cooper, spear-
headed the offensive attack, which includ-
ed freshman Vicki Austin, sophomore
Patty Kanning, and juniors Yvonne Sa-
vala, Lisa Cervantes and Carie Walker.
"The team worked hard but they had
very little experience and they made a lot
of rookie mistakes. The team played
much better and they improved steadily
each game," stated Coach Dergo.
The sophomore team had a very suc-
cessful season under Coach Sue Wessel-
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mann as they finished with a Q13-5l re-
cord. Coach John Dergo's freshmen team
also had a successful season as they
coasted to a C17-4l record.
Varsity Coach Mike Dergo labeled this
year ua year for rebuilding." He stated
that this yearls team gained the exper-
ience necessary for next year, and with
the addition of a few sophomores and
even freshmen, next year the team shows
great promise for the next few seasons.
Beverly Johnson, senior, commented,
"Though our season wasn't a very good
one, we put a lot into it. We all gave it all
we had. It is too bad it couldn,t have been
better, but I think we all enjoyed our-
selves. We may have lost a lot, but we did
it as a team. That was the best thing
about the season. We had the team-
1. Varsity girls basketball players are lfrontl Lisa
Cervantes, Deana Cooper, Joyce Griffin, Patty Kan-
ning, Jill Merideth, Carie Walker. Cbackl Vicki Aus-
tin, Beverly Johnson, Sherrie Williams, Michele
Parker, Gail Atkins, Donna Sedgwick, Yvonne Sa-
vala, Coach Mike Dergo. 2. Coach Sue Wesselmann
discusses the next strategy move with the sopho-
more team. 3. Patty Kanning, sophomore, shoots
high over the outstretched arms of a Galesburg
defender. 4. Sophomore girls basketball players are
lfrontl Tammy Bond, LaShonda Harris, Stacy Ol-
son, Latres Walton, Cheryl Krantz. fbackl Christa
Hart, Kim Clark, Karen Meier, Barb Duncan, Pam-
Delrlamer, Trish Zmuda, Debie Vyncke. 5. Fresh-
men girls basketball players are ffrontl Lori Lodico,
Julie Mitchell, Kellie Sanders, Theresa Viner, Lori
Werner, Sandra Pena, Tiffany Krantz, Donna
Green. fbackl Coach John Dergo, Pat Thomann,
Georgette Johnson, Carrie Macafee, Kelly Bloom,
Lisa Daniels, Frances Wamser, Cynthia Downey,
Annette Michalek, Carolyn Tworek. 6. A Panther
player stretches for a rebound while another team
member looks on.
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1. Members of this year's varsity basketball team
are lfrontl Coach Del Carr. Robbie Carr. Peter
Sproul, Marcel Quinones, Coach Craig Manvvaring,
Head Coach Cliff Talley. Scott Davis. Larry Mee.
Tony Wilson and Coach Dave Marr. lbackl Athletic
Director Gene McCarter, Mgr. Chris Dobereiner,
Tony Karasek, Jay Talley, Stacey Smith. Brad
Mann. Mgr. Craig Freebern, Trainer Frank Gri-
maldi. 2. UT came outwith a new look this year as
their uniforms carried the essence of Coach Talley's
theme. The black shoulder band is in memory of
Gary Ramos. 3. Senior Scott Davis shows his deter-
mination to drive to the hoop against Thornton.
Team Never Says Die
Coach Cliff Talley's basketball team
had its up and downs throughout the past
season. With his team finishing just over
the .500 mark you might expect it to
have been a bad season. However, those
who attended a UT basketball game dur-
ing the season know the problems they
The team played with two newcomers
in the starting lineup, and had other play-
er problems. Senior forward Todd Etzel
was out several weeks with a bad knee.
Then transfer center Tony Karasek hurt
his ankle and as out for two weeks.
The team was hurt at first by not hav-
ing played together long, but as the sea-
son moved along, they began building up
steam. Going into the regional tourna-
ment, the team had won five of the last
six games and was playing as a team.
During the season 6-10 Karasek led the
team in scoring with a 20 point a game
One of the things that inspired the
team was the tragic loss of Gary Ramos.
Ramos, who died in an accident, was the
team's inspirational leader on the floor.
The team. in honor of Gary, wore black
bands on their shoulder straps to show
their respect for the guard.
The sophomore team, had quite a year
as far as exciting games go. The team
finished C10-10l, but many of those games
were heartbreaking losses, More than
once the team had leads going down to
the wire, only to dee them slip away. The
team was led by the scoring of David Day
and Joe DeJaegher.
The freshmen Orange and Black teams
both had fairly successful seasons, both
finishing around the .500 mark. The
freshmen Orange were led by Jon Bailey,
Marion Barnett, and Ron Clash. The
freshmen Black were led by John
l-loepfner, Chris DeJaegher and John
Sullivan. ln the yearly freshmen tangle,
the Black won by a narrow margin.
1. Sophomore Joe DeJaegher goes up for a jumper
over a Quincy opponent. 2. Center Tony Karasek
easily outjumps an opponent to start off another
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Alleman 77 UT 68
Galesburg 78 UT 58
Quincy 75 UT 52
UT 77 Manley 66
Bloomington 52 UT 49
UT 59 LaSalle-Peru 54
UT 73 Mendota 52
Normal 71 UT 58
Rock Island 81 UT 64
UT 69 Bettendorf 66
Thanksgiving Tournament 1 st
62 UT 55
75 UT 48
89 UT 61
69 UT 56
77 UT 59
59 UT 48
UT 74 - 69
UT 64 62
UT 69 Bettendorf 65
UT 59 57
UT 89 68
70 UT 62
70 UT 68
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l. Freshmen Orange team members are ffrontl Kyle
Apperson, Randy Clark, Mike Connolly, Marion
Barnett, Darrin Neal. lrow 2l Tom Quinn, Barry
Kespohl, Jesus Rubalcava, Jon Bailey, John Lasek.
fbackl Ryan Petit, Richard Karasek, Patrick Fet-
terer, 2. Sophomore cheerleaders are lfrontl Wen-
dy Leonard, Pam Bost, trow 2l Francie Wiegel,
Cheryl DeSmet, Cbackl Jamie Titus. 3. Freshmen
Black cheerleaders are Cfrontl Dale Burney, lrow 2D
Nancy Goar. Cbackl Tammie Nevins, Pam Torok,
Jenny Fuhrer. 4. Varsity cherleaders are ffrontl
Laura Lampo, Lynn Thomson. irow 2b Lisa Pay-
tash, Lori Hudson, lrow Sl Sue VanDeWiele, Diane
Hakeman. Cbackl Chris Collins. 5. Sophomore team
members are tfrontl Charles Clark, Steve Terronez,
Tony Barnes, Doug Dobrinske, Dan DelVleyer,
James Hopkins. trow 2l Jeff Talak, David Derby,
Joe DeJaegher, David Jay, Junior Evans. fbackl
Coach Dave Marr, Brad Harker, Jon Jannes, Tim
Hughes, Dave Mumma, 6. Freshmen Orange cheer-
leaders are Cbottom to topl Reba Cranson, Deann
Stewart, Kim Anderson, Kathy brewer, Shelly Olt-
man. 7. Freshmen Black team members are Ctrontl
Paul Lang, Jarrod Miller, Steve DeClercq, John
Nlanrrique. Tony Alexander. Crow 2l Coach Don
Donaldson, Bill Thomas, Scott Downen, John Sulli-
van, Kevin Crane. trow 3b Tom Gregory, Steve
Savala, Sean Hanson, Tim Schellhorn, Cbackl John
Hoepfner, Mark Wilks, Chris DeJaegher, Dean
Hunt, Scott Fournier, 8. Jim VanDeHeede, junior,
goes up and over a Quincy player for two points,
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Orion Invitational 6th
Rock Island Invitational 4th
State- Jodi Craker 7th
l. Varsity team members are lfrontl Debbie McCar-
thy, Jodi Craker, Kelly Carey. lbackl Laurie Dickie,
Marilyn Verstraete, Julie Taets. 2. Junior Varsity
team members are lfrontj Cindy Cruz, Karen Math-
ahs. lbacki Andrea Davison, Amy Young, Erin
O'Brien. 3. Senior Jodi Craker, displays determina-
tion as she takes her backswing.
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Keglers Roll To Victory
This year, UT's bowling team took sec-
ond in district competition. They lost only
to Rock Island by a mere 109 pins. Senior
Jodi Craker bowled a 1,018 to finish sec-
ond in the individual competition. This
score allowed her to advance to state in
Peoria, where she rolled a 1.070 to finish
seventh out of a field of 47.
With five varsity, five junior varsity and
two alternates. the keglers saw a lot of
improvement in individual and team aver-
ages. Coach Linda Wadsager comment-
ed, "We had a good record, but I was
disappointed that we didn't win district,
We are losing our top two girls, but we
have a lot of good bowlers coming up."
Although the entire team didn't qualify
to continue on to state, they finished on a
good note. Their only losses were at the
Dixon Invitational. and to Abingdon and
Sterling, which were the teams that
Coach Wadsager thought would be their
"I thought this year's team consisted of
a lot of team work," stated Jodi Craker.
MEverybody helped and cheered on ev-
eryone else. I had a lot of fun competing
at state. I just wish there were more spec-
tators, and some more recognition."
l. Erin O'Brien. senior. shows good bowling form.
2. Karen Mathahs. freshman. aims for a stril-ce as she
rolls thc ball clown the alley. 3. Junior Amy Young is
a picture of utter concentration.
UTHS Joliet East
UTHS 38 Mollne 15
UTHS 45 Peoria Richwoods 9
UTHS 40 Rock Island 13
UTHS 49 Pleasant Valley 14
UTHS 37 Rockford Jefferson 21
UTHS 41 Rockford Guilford 18
UTHS 32 Savanna 21
UTHS 56 Dixon 5
UTHS 38 Riverdale 12
UTHS 42 Quincy 14
UTHS 42 Galesburg 20
Dixon Tournament 3rd
Quincy Tournament 2nd
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UT Wrestlers Take 'Em
This year 110 boys went out for the
wrestling teams, a great turnout accord-
ing to Coach Bert Hanlin. At the begin-
ning of the season, this year's wrestling
coaches agreed that improvement and
having a winning attitude were on the top
of their lists. To do that, the wrestlers
worked on their techniques and endur-
ance during the season.
Coach Hanlin felt that he had a good
team this year, and in spite of several of
his best wrestlers being injured, expected
to have a winning season. He said, "I
would like my team to place well in dis-
trict and go to state, but l would also like
them to have a lot of fun getting there."
All the hard work and dedication paid
off for the Sophomore team, providing
them with an outstanding season. Coach
John Bollaert stated that his goal was to
prepare the boys for the varsity years
ahead. The team completed their season
with a record of Q5-Ol.
Despite their inexperience, the fresh-
men teams improved and learned a lot.
Freshmen Black Coach Jim Smith stated
at the beginning of the season that they
had a lot of potential. With all the time
and effort spent, they certainly lived up
to it. The Black team sported a record of
Q7-5l. The Orange team finished with a
record of C3-8l.
What would the wrestling meets be
without wrestlerettes? "Boring," accord-
ing to the wrestlers. The wrestlerettes do
such things as keeping scores, helping run
tournaments, having pin pals, and gener-
ally boosting the spirit of the wrestlers.
The cheerleaders also did their part in
helping pep up the team. They cheered
during the matches, and when a wrestler
pinned his opponent, he was presented
with a pin and a kiss.
l. Varsity wrestlers are ffrontl Don Shamsie, Brian
Neff, Don Miller, Steve Millett, Mark Massa, Don
Trout, Kevin Whitehair, Bruno Reyna, Mike Dickin-
son. Brad DeMay. frow 2l Jeff Reyna. Chris Tie-
meier, John Bolton, John Sandoval, Jim Collins,
Perry Olson, Rob Graves, Doug Causemaker, Scott
Fluegel, Jon Jackson, Steve Franks, Scott Fisher.
fbackl Coach Kevin McNitch, Tim Normoyle, Mi-
chael Paxton, Marc Caldwell, Jerry Foltz, Terry
Mascaro, Mike Zimmerman, Bill Schaeffer, Chris
Comeaux, John Reynolds, Dave Ewing, Keith Bai-
ley, Brad Paxton, Trainer Frank Grimaldi, Coach
Bert Hanlin. 2. Kelly Oltman, senior, intently watch-
es a wrestling match. 3. Sophomore wrestlers are
ffrontj Brian Hacker, Jim Davis, Jay Sandoval, Da-
vid Hines, Tim Smith, Chris Pasley, Mike Miller,
Rick Cervantes. frow 2l Steve Millett, Joe Monteras-
telli, Toby Olson, Brian Mohr, Mark Massa, John
Sandoval, Mark Parks, Dan Olson, Jerry Rodgers,
Mike Sutton, fbackl Craig Frazier, Mark Beverlin,
Jim Collins, Brad DeMay, Chris Leibovitz, Scott
McDanel, Jon Jackson. Steve Crabtree, Brad Burk-
lund, Brian Raasch, Coach John Bollaert. 4. Varsity
wrestlerettes are ffrontl Amy Desherow, Marcy
Caldwell, Lynn Koker, Kim Tennant, Chris Mohr,
Teresa Fowler, Wanetta Weber. lrow 2l Melissa
Francois, Donna Waeyaert, Amy Feller, Julie
Vyncke, Jill Hand, Lisa Armstrong. fbackl Steph-
anie Young, Teresa Walz, Darla Arch, Jeanne Bell,
Kelly Oltman, Kathy Lyon, Sarah Beyhl. 5. Chris
Larrison, senior, tries to flip his opponent for a pin,
1. Freshmen wrestlerettes are Cfrontl Sharmon
White, Joanna Willis, Jodi Schneider, Nellie Prado.
trow Ql Stephanie Garcia. Jackie Eckey, Lisa Ran-
gel, Yvonne Quinones, Cynthia Branch, Tracey
Mayfield. trow lil Maureen Standaert, Kari Wirtz,
Ann DeLille. Amy Lewis. lrow 45 Amy Suess. Patty
Jennings, Staci Ratfelson. Michelle Evans. lback
rowl Stacy Mann, Lisa Powell, Melodie McGinnis,
Monica Koster. lback rowl Carol White, Gale Ander-
son, Tammy Dunlap, Aran Mercer. 2. Freshmen
Orange wrestling team members are lfrontl Lee
Cook, Bill LaFerrera, Bob Larson, Jeff Rettig. Jay
Scherschel. Crow 2l John Perkins, Brian Raasch,
Dennis DeBarre. Russell Christensen, Jeff Dzekuns-
kas. Cbackl Darren Cain, Mike Campbell, David
Rica, Bret Martin, Shawn Hensley, Jackie Hemphill,
Coach Fred Segura. 3. Sophomore wrestlerettes
are lfrontl April Taylor. Cathy Hipple, Sara Hem-
mingson, Sue Dravis. lrow Zi Paula Garrett. Mi-
chelle Miller, Kathy Knouse, Karlene Causemaker.
lbackl Paula Heath. Dori Arch, Jill Liggett, Beth
Kipp, Laurie Hufford, Dee Honert. 4. Freshmen
Black wrestling team members are ttrontj Bob Neal,
Frank Contreras, Brian Wilcox, Dion Meyer, Craig
Frazier. Crow 21 Ron Ackland, Carlos Tapia, Stuart
Tennant, Craig Columbia, Rich Stapf, Dan Olson,
Mike Teel. lbackl Coach Jim Smith, Paul Shafer,
Dan Miller, David Garcia, Andy Snyder, Ken Vers-
luis, Jeff Dozier.
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l. Varsity wrestling cheerleaders are tfrontj Lar-
enda Campbell, Crow 21 Lynette Wolfe, Theresa
Meyer, Kathy Owens. lbackl Laura Lohse. ltopl
Julie Dernovish. 2. Freshmen wrestling cheer-
leaders are tfronti Alice McLernon, Shari Mam-
strom, Cbackl Michele Blais, Debbie Goderis, Angie
Thorton. 3. Sophomore wrestling cheerleaders are
tfrontl Pam Getty, Julie Paxson, Kris Emery, ibackj
Hope Speaker, Rochelle LeBlanc, Debra Waeyaert.
Achievers In State Competition
This year, many athletes had the
chance to participate in state competi-
Among these was the football team
which went all the way to the semifinal
round of state competition. This was an
accomplishment that no other team in the
Quad-Cities has ever done. Bill Schaeffer,
senior, was named to the All-State team
for his success in football.
Three wrestlers managed to grapple
their way to state, while the entire wres-
tling team won the sectional title. Rob
Graves, senior, and Scott Fisher, junior,
went on to state and lost in the first
round. Senior Chris Larrison wrestled to
a third place finish in the state competi-
ln golf, Mike Ferguson, junior, went to
state and placed 38th in the state. In
swimming, junior Rick Shaw went on to
state in the area of diving. In the sport of
bowling, Jodi Craker, senior, finished 7th
out of 47 in the individual state competi-
1. Senior Jodi Craker's bowling talent led her to a
7th place finish in state competition. 2. Bill
Schaeffer, senior, was named on the all state foot-
ball team. 3. The three UT wrestlers that went to
state were tleft to rightl Rob Graves, senior, Chris
Larrison, senior, and Scott Fisher, junior.
Pitching Provides Strength
Coach Dave Berg and his varsity base-
ball team looked forward to a good sea-
son, with pitching as their strong point.
Returning lettermen on the team were
Rick Lasek, Steve Sanders, Mark John-
son, Tim Waeyaert, and Jeff Saey, all
Berg said the team had tough competi-
tion from Moline and Galesburg, but Alle-
man is the team to beat.
"We had a lot of pitching," said Berg.
Juniors were depended on a lot, as there
were not as many seniors out as in pre-
Coach Mike Dergo, girls varsity softball
team, feels that this year should be a win-
ning season. Dergo said, "We should
have a good year. We only lost three
starters from last year. Defensively and
offensively we should be strong. lf we get
consistent pitching, we'll have a fine
Robin Housholder, an all-conference
pitcher, will be returning as the starting
pitcher and she will be assisted by Jill
Merideth and Larenda Campbell.
Coach Dergo feels that this year's big-
gest competition is Rock Island and Mo-
line, who are both strong in the pitching
Returning lettermen for this year are
Robin VanKlavern, seniorg Jill Merideth,
Larenda Campbell, Robin Housholder,
Carie Waler, Yvonne Savala, Lisa Cer-
vantes, all juniorsg and Patty Kanning,
1. Terry Mascaro, senior, tosses the ball to a team-
mate. 2. Senior Jeff Saey prepares to field the ball,
3.This catcher is ready for anything.
1. Varsity girls track members are lfrontl Cheri
Tworek, Kari Olson, lrow 21 Rebella Atwater, Chris
Woods, Jill Sanders, lbackl Kelly Vyncke, Lisa Nye,
Kerrie Vyncke. 2. Track members helped each oth-
er to develop power, 3. This pole vaulter makes
clearing the pole look easy.
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Track Springs Into Action
This year approximately fifty girls went
out for track, and although that's a small-
er number than previous years, the
coaches felt optimistic.
Coach Steinmetz, who has been coach-
ing for the past six years, said he noticed
quite a few candidates for state as the
season began. He mentioned Rebella
Atwater, Tina Clark, Chris Woods, Lisa
Nye, and Latres Walton for relaysg Mar-
cia Markle for the half mile, and Jenny
Morris for the two mile.
The team faced five dual meets and
nine invitational meets.
Both Coach Steinmetz and Coach Fer-
reri felt they had an outstanding team this
year. Coach Ferreri and Coach Steinmetz
felt their most outstanding athletes this
year would be in sprints, hurdles, and
The general outlook for the team was
best summed up by Coach Steinmetz:
"There are fewer total number trying
out, but there are more good athletes."
The boys track team started out with a
positive attitude for the year.
The pit events featured Scott Fisher
and Mike Teel, who scored well at many
of the meets. Junior Robbie Carr and
Alex Sierra were contenders in the long
jump while senior Dale Harris and junior
Robbie Carr often scored well in the tri-
The distance crew was lead by Matt
Terronez and Tom Cosgrave, both sen-
iors. Junior Rich Prettyman did well in
the 3200 meter run.
The sprinters and relay members this
year were seniors Charles Harris, Terry
Hill, Bob Watson, Bob VanVooren, and
Randy Hignight and juniors Kent Miles
and Larry Mee.
The coaches this year were Gary Phil-
lips and Jim Wesselmann. They summed
up their views by saying, "We think our
seniors did quite well this season. Be-
cause we were relying on sophomores,
we were a late season team, gaining ex-
perience for the future."
1. Sophomore Cari Olson clears the hurdle with
ease. 2. This shot-putter prepares to hurl the ball
into the air. 3. Matt Terronez, senior, moves to
overtake his opponents.
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RI Invitational 7th
UT Invitational lst
Western Big Six 5th
1. Varsity boys tennis team members are lfrontl
Randy Clark, Brian Raasch. Chad Vinzant, Brent
Hanlin. Ibackl Scott Meyers, Curt Manley, Greg
Clark. Jeff Kipp, 2. Betsy Dalton, freshman, dis-
plays her best tennis form. 3. Brent Hanlin, junior,
and Jeff Kipp, sophomore. show intense concentra-
tion during a hard practice.
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Netters Ace Opponents
At the beginning of the season, girls
tennis coach Sue Wesselmann felt that
this year would be a year for learning and
rebuilding. Only one of her top six had
ever had varsity experience, Trish
"We won't have many marks in the win
column because we're young and inexpe-
rienced," stated Wesselmann, "But hav-
ing a young team has its advantages.
Hopefully, everyone will be back to make
a strong team next year."
She expected their toughest oppo-
nents to be Galesburg, Rocky, and Mo-
line. Several of the top six did well in the
area tournaments. In the Rock Island Invi-
tational Beth Kipp and Linda Bradley
placed 3rd in ii'2 doubles. Trish Zmuda
and Betsy Dalton placed 3rd in W1 dou-
In the UT Invitational Betsy Dalton
placed 1st in 432 singles, Trish Zmuda
placed 2nd in -ffl singles, and Kim Smith
and Dee Honert placed lst in 42 dou-
gles. In district Betsy Dalton and Trish
Zmuda placed 3rd. They went on to State
and lost in a tough first-round draw. This
year's varsity team members were Trish
Zmuda, Betsy Dalton, Beth Kipp, Linda
Bradley, Peggy Garrett, Kim Smith, and
When asked what he expected of the
season, Chuck Allee, boys tennis coach,
stated, "l expect a winning season. We
have minimal experience, but hopefully
the opponent will have less."
Of last year's letterman, the top three
are gone. Returning are junior, Brent
Hanlin and Greg Clark, and sophomore
Chad Vinzant. Last year, the team had a
winning record of 10-5. They placed 2nd
in the Dixon Invitational, and 4th in the
tough Galesburg Invitational.
Coach Allee hoped they would im-
prove this year. According to Allee, the
team to beat was Moline because they are
the most experienced. This year's varsity
team members were Brent I-Ianlin, Greg
Clark, Chad Vinzant, Curt Manley, Scott
Meyers, Jeff Kipp, Randy Clark, and Bri-
1. Sophomore Dee Honert shows ready position
while anticipating a volley. 2. Girls tennis team
members are tfrontl Jennie Coram, Dee Honert,
Beth Marshall, Karen Woodruff, Kim Smith, Janice
Caleo, Chris Duncan. tbackl Linda Bradley, Peggy
Garrett, Trish Zmuda, Julie Burns, Beth Kipp, Betsy
Dalton, Donna Waeyaert, Judy Paskvan.
A new curriculum . . . more home-
work . . . harder courses to better
prepare students for adult life . . .
vocational classes for those who
are going to work . . . college
prep classes for the college-bound
academics and faculty
1. Elaine Peters, senior, crams for an exam in re-
cordkeeping. 2. This student enjoys reading a book
provided by Title I's RIF program. 3. Mrs. Fooken
instructs an art student in the art of calligraphy.
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1. These foxy faculty members vie for the title of
Miss Silver Streak. 2. Students from American Cul-
ture explore a Wigwam on a field trip to Dickson
Mounds, 3. Mr. Gordon Cornelius writes a referral
for a naughty student. 4. This student studies with
the aid of an audio-visual machine.
The Year That Was
Faculty And Academics 95
This year,s new curriculum was not a
new idea, Thirty years ago, the adminis-
trators at UT introduced a similar curricu-
lum to the student body. Classes were
divided into three levels: College pre-
paratory, general, and basic skills. Stu-
dents were placed in these various levels
according to achievement test scores,
previous grades in classes at UT, and
The new curriculum strove to better
prepare students for life after high
school. College prep classes moved fas-
ter than other classes. Students in college
prep classes moved faster than other
classes. Students in college prep had
more out-of-class studying and classes
were designed to resemble a class at col-
Students were able to choose from a
variety of vocational classes to learn skills
useful in today's job market. Mr. Michael
Hanlin, director of the Area Vocational
Center, feels that UT has one of the best
vocational programs anywhere. He stat-
ed, "The students take the classes they
really want and will really enjoy. The na-
tional average for unemployment of stu-
dents just out of high school is 24013 but
here at UT it is less than 50707
Hanlin also commented, "Taking a vo-
cational class helps students decide if the
class they are taking is what they want to
make their career. While in the class, they
learn skills they can use in everyday life."
1. This student does research in the library for a
college prep class. 2. These girls enjoy a Vocational
Child Care class.
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1. This student does homework for a college prep
class in his spare time. 2. Too many late nights
studying have taken their toll on this student as he
takes a nap in the library. 3. Mr. Chuck Allee exe
plains a complex calculus problem. 4. Dave Parry.
senior, feels bogged down by all the homework
assigned in college prep classes. 5. Mock trails in
business law helped students understand consumer
Faculty And Academics 97
"The objective of the administrative
team is to make United Township High
School the finest high school in the state
of lllinois in the areas of curriculum, ex-
tra-curricular activities, and athleticsfl
-Dr. Thomas Parker, Superintendent
1. Mr. Frank Evans, is the new principal this year at
South Campus. 2. Mr. Eugene lVlcCarter, athletic
director, gives a speech at the Hwelcome home"
assembly for the football team after the game at
Dr. Thomas Parker, Superintendent
Dr. Alex Boyd, South Campus Assistant Principal
Gordon Cornelius, North Campus Assistant Principal
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Lawrence Dussliere, Business Manager
Frank Evans, South Campus Principal
Robert Falrman, Data Processing
Richard Greene, North Campus Principal
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laxes in his office. He claims that he has to rest at
5 least ten minutes a day to keep his energy up. 2.
School Board members are lseatedl Charles Abbott,
Lawrence Dussliere, William Meyers, Joe De-
Jaegher. lstandingi Robert Malcolm, Don Sproul,
Erwin Millen, John Connolly, Dr. Thomas Parker.
Michael Hanlin, Director of Area Vocational Center
Paula Hanna, Director Of Transportation
Eugene McCarter, Director of Athletics
Arnold Merbitz, Director of Personnel
Douglas Poulter, Director of Curriculum
James Unrath, North Campus Dean of Students
Faculty And Academics
"Counseling services enable students
to channel their resources in a way that
helps them solve difficulties which they
-Rob Watters, counselor
'libraries are important places be-
cause it is a place where educated people
can find answers they don't already
-Carol Duffy, librarian
1. This student takes advantage of the quiet atmo-
sphere in the South Campus library to study for a
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1. Mr. Larry Greer, South Campus counselor, goes
over some college information with senior Rick
Shaw. 2. Another view of Mr. Larry Greer dressed
to kill at the homecoming assembly. 3. Mrs, Carol
Duffy, South Campus librarian, takes time out from
sorting overdue book slips to pose for a picture. 4.
Mrs. Barbara Hansen, South Campus Guidance
Center secretary, sets up a counselor's appointment
for this student.
Counselors And Librarians 1
Faculty And Academics
'language is the most common means
by which people communicate with each
other. Our goal is to help students devel-
op their language skills - to use English
clearly, accurately, and economically."
Edward Belan, English Department
Edward Belan, Chairman
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Barbara Breckenridge 1 2 -s EM
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Mary Lou Dishinger
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is in vogue this year at the homecoming assembly.
2. Mr. Griff Francis, English teacher, explains an
assignment, 3. Beth Marshall, junior, works diligent-
ly on a composition for American Culture. 4. Mr.
Jim Loula, English teacher, discusses lesson plans
with Mr. Frey, student teacher. 5. William Shake-
speare has his ears on for Bullwinkle's Corner.
Faculty And Academics - 103
"Social Studies is helping the students to
understand the problems of the past, to
understand the problems of the present -
to prepare them for the future."
-Edward Peterhoff, Social Studies
"The goal of the Foreign Language
Department is to make the students more
aware of other peoples and cultures in
the ever-shrinking world. By studying oth-
er languages, the students learn through
daily use about these other cultures and
he achieves a more tolerant and under-
standing view of the world in general."
-Jim Smith, Foreign Language De-
1. Mr. Jim Smith recites a French lesson
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lesson. 2. Mr. Mike Dergo teaches his sixth hour
psychology class in sweats because after his psy-
chology class is dismissed, he teaches two periods of
PE. 3. Mr. Don Davis knows how to make world
James Smith, Chairman of Foreign
Social Studies And Foreign Language
Faculty And Academics
'tMathematics, as old as the ancient
Greeks, is constantly increasing in impor-
tance today with the changes in technol-
ogy brought about by the computer age
in which we now live. Our mathematics
department prepares students to meet
-Loryann Eis, Mathematics Depart-
"We've got a new Radio Shack TRS8O
microcomputer that we'll be using in the
secretarial training areas and data pro-
cessing. This will give all our kids some
hands-on experience in using computers
with a word processing program. The
teachers are very excited about that and
l'm sure the kids are too. We've got a
rotation schedule worked out so that both
first and second semester classes will get
equal time working the computer."
-Carl Killam, Business Department
1. Mr. Gary Gellerman helps this student with an
Loryann Eis, Chairman
of Math Department
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complex polynomial problem, 2. Mrs. Mildred
Longbons assigns a lesson in accounting, 3. Miss Jill
Anderson corrects papers for a business class.
Carl Killam, Chairman of
Math and Business
Faculty And Academics
"Our objective is to have the students
become knowledgeable about the scienti-
fic method. ln doing so they should devel-
op qualities such as critical thinking, being
able to interpret data, and analyzing in-
formation. These qualities should enable
a student to develop and improve their
scientific attitude. This is something that
can be used in everyday life regardless of
their individual endeavors or vocational
-Richard Wessel, Science Depart-
"Fine Arts defines humanity in ways
that words alone cannot express. Some
say art represents the best of what hu-
manity is. It can be understood but not
defined. Each person must discover for
himself its meaning. Schooling can only
begin to show students what this is by
giving them a few classes. These classes
can only give the students a few events
that may be of some meaning. Hopefully
we can give them enough skills that they
will be able to use them in the arts after
they are out of school. Fine Arts may not
bring enough quantity of Uthingsv into
peoples' lives, but the quality of life to be
found is endlessf,
-Charles Traylor, Fine Arts Depart-
Richard Wessel, Chairman of
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some advice on her project in ceramics. 2. Mr. Gary
Phillips, chemistry teacher, gives these juniors an
electrifying experience, 3. Mr. Ron Holmer, earth
science teacher, teaches his students how to predict
weather, 4. Mr. Charles Traylor. Fine Arts Depart-
ment Chairman, directs a choir class.
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Faculty And Academics
'iGive a man a fish, he eats for a day.
Teach a man to fish, he eats for the rest
of his life."
-Michael l'lanlin, Director of Area
"Perhaps you think of Home Econom-
ics as cooking and sewing classes. There
is more to us than thatl We are concerned
with the home and taking care of the
needs of the people in it as eating, selec-
tion of clothing, shopping, furnishing the
home, and managing the income.
Our concern is also the relationships of
the people in the home - toddlers, teen-
agers, and adults- so that the home is a
place of security where each person can
grow and develop. The skills used in ho-
memaking can be the beginnings for ca-
reers in foods, fashion, consumerism, fur-
nishings, communications, and service oc-
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ll'fmh7WWfhW ma pair cars in Vocational Auto Bocly. 4. This student
enjoys the cookies he made in Mrs, Willie Newen-
ham's Foods l Class.
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Faculty and Academics
i'The office of Program Supervisor ad-
ministers programs for which our school
district receives extra financial assistance
from the state and federal governments.
These programs treat the special needs
of students in providing accelerated and
special classes for the gifted, extra help in
reading and math through Title I, English
as a second language classes for non-Eng-
lish speakers, free paperback books with
our Reading is Fundamental project, as-
sistance to seniors in taking Advanced
Placement tests, and scheduling visits by
performers affiliated with the Quad Cities
Arts Council. It is my job to see that these
monies are spent in a way that has the
greatest positive impact on students here
-Keith Erickson, Special Program
i'The Special Education Department is
striving for individual education for stu-
dents in the least restrictive environ-
-David Berg, Special Education De-
1. This student studies for his next test.
David Berg, Chairman of Special
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1. This student reviews a lesson in Title l. 2. Mrs.
Gene Erickson goes over some books provided by
the RIF program with some students. 3. Mrs. Per-
rine Woller assists these students with some materi'
al from the Special Skills Series.
Faculty and Academics
"Our physical education courses are
designed to facilitate the acquisition of
new skills and knowledge, create interest
and appreciation of movement, and the
opportunity to discover the joy and needs
of physical activity all leading to the men-
tal, physical, social, and emotional well-
being of the student,"
-Al Zimmerman, Physical Education
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game. 2. Mark Findahl, sophomore, says his team is
number one. 3. Bill Vandewoestyne, sophomore,
has a good time in gym class. 4. Leonard Kyle,
senior, lobs the birdie in badmitton.
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1. Mary Jane VanBelle is the North Campus hall
monitor. 2. North Campus nurse assistants are Tina
Munoz, Donna lnce. and Mark Underwood. 3.
South Campus nurse's assistants, Phyllis Garzag
Glenda Meyers, nurseg and Beth Downey. 4. Gwen
Scott is the South Campus attendance secretary. 5.
George Rankin is North Campus truant officer. 6.
Pat Freiburg is th: North Campus nurse. 7. South
Campus hall monitors are Mary Vroman and Martha
Bonds. 8. The North Campus attendance secretary
is Alice Kerckhove.
Staff And Student Helpers
Faculty and Academics - 117
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ager. 2. North Campus cafeteria workers are lfrontl
Sherry l.amantia. Eva Boxgalston. Diane Housholtler.
lhackl Marilyn Boyle, Marian Mickle, Maryann Matt-
son. Betty Taylor 3. South Campus Cafeteria
workers are Sharon Simpkins. head cook: Norma
Dunbar. manager, Jackie Beale, Vi Hegwood, Cruz
Cervantes. 4. North Campus lihrary aides are Mar-
lene Mohr. Lorraine Williams. louise Jarrett
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aide, 2. Joanne Sanders is North Campus Book-
store manager. 3. South Campus library aides are
Rosie Griffee, Elaine Newberg, June Roman.
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Faculty and Academics - 119
1. South Campus Guidance Center secretaries are
Barbara Hansen and Beverlee Nelson. 2. North
Campus Guidance Center secretary is Chris Terry.
3. Administration secretaries are Sena Stover.
Elaine Kruclcenberg. Joyce Johnson. Carole Sode-
man, Jessie Boyd. Doris Hand, Colleen Miller. and
Eunice Harper. 4. Ann VandeWiele is the North
Campus deans secretary 5. North Campus General
Office secretaries are Linda Snyder. Donna Card-
well, and Judy Hetzel. 6. South Campus General
Office secretaries are Gwen Scott. Alice Paasch.
Debbie McCarthy, Georgiann Archibald. 7. Bus-
drivers are ltronti Ed Jones. Jorita Caldwell. Jan
Severtsgaard, Sharon Anderson. lbackb Dave Riggs.
Elmer Ruker, John Kelley, Pam Weckel, Greg
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General Office. 2. North Campus Guidance Office
helpers are ffrontl Kristie Solomon. Valkrie Ketter-
ing, Tina Spencer. fhackl Nancy Lorimer, Michelle
Schwartz, and Carla Duncan. 3. North Campus At-
tendance Office helpers are ffrontl Tammy Lady.
Melinda Fisher. Tina Caldwell, Nicole Leabo, Ca-
price Nichols, Jana Goodhart. Melody Cross, Lisa
Daniels, Kristi Haney. lon stairs? Roxanne Madden,
Lisa Ogburn, Karla Lannan, Lisa Classen, Vicki
Zywot, Kim Buckley. Pam Bost.
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1. North Campus General Office helpers are Kristie
Solomon, Dawn Wales, Angie Belowske, Amy Bu-
chanan, Stephanie Garcia, and Shari Malmstrom. 2.
South Campus Guidance Office helpers are lfrontl
Sally Ramos, Cherie Tworek, Kammy Wells, lbackl
Jackie Puentes, Nathan Gray, Chris Duncan. 3.
South Campus General Office helpers are lfrontl
Ron Spears, Jill DeGraeve, Valerie Means, Tom
Lott, Clayton Johnson, Steve Layne, Bridgett Hun-
gate, Connie Catour, Bev Harder, Tracey Holman,
Gina Gardner, lbackl Cindy Parker, Missy De-
Decker, Barb Sierra, Jonni McCash, Josephine
Hughes, Maria Gutierrez, Stephanie Jordan, Terri
Akers, Lisa Harris, and Faith Jones.
Staff And Student Helpers
Faculty And Academics - 123
Juniors look forward to their sen-
ior year , , Sophs "King of the
hill', .. Freshmen wearing the
"baby shoes" of the school i
these years pass faster than any
l. Kristin Klinefelter, freshman, enjoys the privilege
ot oft' campus lunch, 2. The shuttle bus is a major
link between the North and South Campuses. 3.
Friends gather together on the hill after lunch at
North Campus. 4. Charlotte Braud, sophomore,
wonders what will be served in the school cafeteria
tomorrow, 5. These students enjoy listening to mu-
sic during their lunch hour. 6. An "interesting" view
of North Campus is Caught here by photographer
Gregg Larson. 7. Tracy Lofgren and Tim Dalton,
sophomores, enjoy their lunch.
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Underclaismen - 12
Movin, Cn Up
Just one more year, juniors!
The class of 1983 looked eagerly to their first year at South
Campus. They found many interesting classes open to them, such
as family living, independent living, business law, American Cul-
ture, Orchesis, water games, aerobics, and archery in gym, and
vocational courses that were not available at North.
Juniors had a busy year. They received second prize for their
homecoming float t'Surfin' over the Streaks." They took ACT,
PSAT-NMSQT, and SAT tests and thought about colleges.
Many juniors held jobs to help defray the costs of teenage life:
cars, clothes, and music. They often found that the car they had
wanted so much was a serious strain on their wallets-with gas
prices hovering around 51.30 a gallon.
With senior year right around the corner, some juniors won-
dered where all the "long time" they had to spend in high school
"lt's all gone so fast. Sometimes it seems like time's just
dragging by, but when you stop and think, we only have one more
year until it's all overf' was a typical junior reaction.
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Jarle Liseth, junior, was one of UT's several foreign exchange
students this year.
Jarle stayed with the McCoy James family in East Moline. I-Ie
found the United States different in some ways from his home in
Svelgin, Norway, but believed that the people are about the
One of the major differences Jarle found is the driving age. In
Norway, one must be eighteen before he can get a driver's
license. Since driver's training is not provided in school, one must
pay for his own driving lessons. This can prove to be expensive.
Jarle estimated the total cost of attaining a driver's license in
Norway to be around 31000.
Another difference is the dating situation. In Norway, it's not
unusual for a girl to ask a guy out. Everyone goes dutch treat and
most people date in groups.
The popular trends and styles in Norway are baggie pants,
Hawaiian shirts, Swede jokes, parties, dances, Blondie, and Pink
Jarle wants to finish his education when he returns to Norway.
About his future plans, he stated, "I want to translate languages,
learn about computers, and make money!"
Jarle Liseth, one of UT's foreign exchange students, finds East Moline different
from Svelgin, Norway.
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Riding a wheelie on a bicycle for just one mile could be
impossible, if not totally exhausting for most people. But, Dan
Carter, junior, is not like most people.
Dan rode a wheelie on his bike for a record-breaking 22.6
miles. The feat took him two hours and thirty minutes, as he rode
back and forth on a stretch of pavement approximately one mile
long. Remembering his ride, Carter stated, UI wasn't really tired!"
But why would anyone want to ride a wheelie for such a
distance? Carter's reply to this was, "I decided to do the ride to
prove to the people I could do itf'
And that is exactly what he did. Dan has been riding wheelies
for distance for about seven years. He has decided to stop now
that he has reached his goal of beating his own previous record,
which was a twenty mile ride. He added that he probably would
not do it again.
Dan Carter, junior, shows off a wheelie, a trick few people can do.
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King Of The Hill
L'5ophomores do it better!"
The 658 students comprising the class of 1984 would not
agrue with that,
The sophomore year is a year for attaining long hoped for
goals. They received their drivers licenses lfinallyl and made the
roads a hazard for all. They ordered class rings and proudly
sported the fact that they were members of the class of '84.
Sophomores had it easier this vear than thev did as freshman
They knew their way around North Campus and many delighted
in telling bewildered freshman on the first day of school that room
312 was in the sub-basement. They enjoyed their position as the
Nupperclassmen' at North Campus.
Sophomores had an opportunity to become more active in
school activities. They joined Key and Skyline for the first time,
and competed in sophomore level sports.
Nearing the end of the year, expectations ran high among
sophomores as they looked forward with anticipation and curios-
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Erno Rubik, a teacher in Hungary, created the cube to aid his
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The date was August 26, 1981. 594 students with sweaty palms and
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bewildered eyes entered United Township High School for the first
time. They clutched compasses and maps in one hand, class schedules
and locker combinations in the other. These confused students made
up the class of 1985.
Freshman year is possibly one of the most trying years in high school.
There are so many things to remember and so many different ways to
get lost at North Campus. 'll couldn't find my locker for two days!" one
student exclaimed. All got lost three times on the first day. I couldn't
find the bathroom or the sub-basementf' another student stated about
her first day at UT. "That school is like a maze - all those stairs and
long halls - it's really easy to get lost," another freshman commented.
Freshmen were introduced to a whirlpool of activities. They had the
opportunity to go out for sports and school productions, They joined
clubs, met new people and made new friends. They tried to ignore
upperclassmen taunting them about being "the babiesf' of the school.
But, as every other class before them, the class of 1985 made it
through their freshman year in one piece and began looking forward to
their sophomore year.
Danny Utrera exhibits a look of bewilderment, typical of most freshman entering UT.
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Song?"SuperfreakH, "Heavy Metal", "Tom Sawyer", and i'End-
Group? REO Speedwagon, Styx, ACXDC, Air Supply, Rush
Radio Station? 97x and KIIK
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cruise? 23rd Avenue in Moline
car? Porsche and Mustang
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Up until 1946, students at United Township were known as the
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of the class of 146 wanted a mascot that could be realistically
imitated. An election was held and the studentls chose "Pete the
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This year Pete celebrated his 35th birthday. ln his thirty- five
years, he has gone through various changes. He was depicted as
"Sporty Pete" in the 1947 year book, all dressed up in a sports
jacket with a tie and wearing penny loafers. Later he was fea-
tured to resemble the Pink Panther or just an oversized kitten.
Our current Pete is the fierce and fighting UT Panther.
No matter how Pete is depicted, he has done a lot to boost
school spirit.Now maybe we should change the school song.
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A Final Look
Class Of 198 :
Senior year . . , a goal finally
reached . , , it was a lot of hard
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Class of '82 . . . out at last . . . to
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l. Martha Nelson, senior, takes time to relax after a
busy year in school dramatics. 2. Helena Klavborn,
a foreign exchange student from Sweden, catches
some fresh air between class. 3. Seniors Laura
Larnpo and Lori Hudson hold the homecoming
loop. 4. Senior Linda Bowling demonstrates the
athletic ability that can be acquired at UT. 5. The
senior class float came in fourth place in this year's
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over some of the plans for the yearbook.
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lights of the 1981 Yearbook Staff Workshop,
The workshop is conducted by representa-
tives of Josten's American Yearbook Com-
pany and held every August on the campus of
Jeff Kipp, sophomore, Brenda Rasmussen
and Denise DeBarre, seniors, attended the
summer workshop. Kipp, head photographer,
was involved with classes that provided help
and knowledge to advanced photographers.
Brenda and Denise, co-editors, had classes
that involved many different yearbooking
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design, layout, new color programs, copy
writing, theme, and creativity. Layout and
photography contests were held and awards
were presented at an Awards Banquet on the
final day of the workshop.
Brenda said she Ulearned a lot of different
yearbook techniques while I had a lot of fun
and met new people. My only complaint was
the quality of the food at Rockford College."
Denise's response to the workshop was,
'lThey showed us a film on the last day. It was
about preserving memories of your school
years in the yearbook. By the end of the film,
everyone was on the verge of tears! I realized
the importance of a good yearbook to a
school. I also had the chance to see other
schools' yearbooks and get some new ideas.
The trip was worthwhile."
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This year's recipient of the DAR award was Lisa Paytash. This award is given to a
senior who best exemplifies patriotism, leadership, involvement, academic success
and good moral character.
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Lori Hudson -
Spanish Students Excel
184 - Seniors
El Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica - the
Spanish Honor Society. The purpose of thei
club is to recognize high achievement in Span-
ish by students of secondary schools and toi
promote a continuity of interest in Hispanic,
ln order for a student to be accepted into this l
organization, they must have completed a mini-3
mum of five semesters of Spanish with a 3.5
grade point average. The students must also,
have recommendations from their teachers. l
The club, sponsored by Mrs. Keller, was in-
volved in many activities throughout the year.
Members participated in Spanish contests on a
state and nationwide basis. One school activity
was a potluck dinner which was given to wel-
come this year's foreign exchange students.
In late February, the organization conducted
an initiation ceremony for new members and
second-year members in which they received
certificates of merit. The high point of the year
came when those seniors who had maintained
straight A's in Spanish receive medals of excel-
Michele Dirck, senior, said, "Being a member
of the Spanish N.H.S. is a real honor. It gives
me a chance to get involved in some extracurri-
Spanish National Honor Society members are Cfrontl Laurie
Merrill-vice president, Michele Dirck- treasurer, Kathy Nel-
son. lbackl Chris Esterlein, Theresa Meyer-secretary, Doris
Lopez. Absent from picture is Maria Gutierrez-president,
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Styx, Striesand, And "Stripes" Top List
A poll of the senior class provided the
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Whatls your favorite , ,
SINGER: Pat Benatar, Rick Spring-
field, Barbra Striesand, Rick James
Slim Whitman, Elvis
GROUP: REO Speedwagon, Styx,
Foreigner, Police, Commodores,
ACXDC, Rolling Stones, Journey
SONG: "Endless Love," "Time For
Me To Fly," "I Don't Like Mon-
days," "Stars and Stripes Forever,"
"Mean Woman Blues," "Working
At the Coal Mine," "She,s A Bad
ALBUM: "High lnfidelityf' "Es-
cape," i'Paradise Theatre," "Dirty
Deeds,', "Foreigner 4,', "Crimes of
Passion," "An Evening With John
T.V. SHOW: "M'A'S'H," "General
Hospital," "Hart to I-lart,', "Great-
est American Hero," "Dynasty,
"Saturday Night Live," "Flamingo
Road," "Different Strokes"
MOVIE: 'LStripes,', "Caddyshack,"
"Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Ar-
thur," L'Star Wars," "Private Benja-
min,'l "Endless Lovef' "Airplane,"
"Taps,', "Heavy Metal," "Hallow-
BOOK: Flowers in the Attic, Gone
with the Wind, The Promise,
Mommy Dearest, Skyline, For-
ever, Love Story, Animal Farm,
Little Women, Green Beret,
FAD: punk rock, western, mini skirt,
FASHION: preppie, jeans, sweaters,
GQ, John Wayne shirts
PLACE TO GO FOR LUNCH:
McDonald's, Godfather's, Hungry
Hobo, school cafeteria, Taco Bell,
Long John Silver's, Hardee's, Whi-
PLACE TO GO ON THE WEEK-
ENDS: movies, parties, sporting
events, camping, cruising, concerts,
shopping, work, YMCA, Stage West
THINGS ABOUT UT: open lunch,
people, Panther pride, teachers, va-
riety of classes
THING ABOUT SENIOR YEAR:
graduation, shorter day, homecom-
ing week, assemblies, craziness, ea-
siest year, freedom
PLANS AFTER GRADUATION:
college, armed forces, marriage, get
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Seniors Receive PSAT Honors
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Having test scores in the top 15,000 in a
nationwide test is an accomplishment and an
honor for anyone. Senior Pat Dohogne earned
such an honor.
Dohogne, along with senior Paul Hasenwin-
kel, received letters from the National Merit
Scholarship saying that scores on the Prelimary
Scholastic Aptitude Test KPSATJ were in the
top 50,000. The testing, which is sponsored by
the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, en-
ables students with high scores to be considered
for a scholarship sponsored by various schools
Dohogne was able to advance to semifinal
competition where he took the Scholastic Apti-
tude Test KSATD and wrote an essay on his life.
Dohogne plans to go to the University of
Illinois and major in mechanical engineering. He
was also awarded the Bausch and Lomb
Award, given to an outstanding senior science
student. To be eligible for this prestigious
award, the student must have taken four years
of science classes, maintained an A average,
and shown a deep interest in science.
Although Hasenwinkel's score did not enable
him to go further in the competition, he re-
ceived a letter of commendation recognizing his
Seniors Pat Dohogne and Paul Hasenwinkel were com-
mended for their high scores on the PSAT test.
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that their money was spent on this year.
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Girls Make Social Debut
208 - Seniors
Every year the Quad Cities Negro Heri-
tage Society lQCNHSj has a program which
prepares young girls to make their debut in
Seniors Beverly Johnson and Gina Gard-
ner were selected as debutantes. In order to
be selected for this program, they must be a
senior or junior in high school and have a
good grade point average throughout their
high school years.
Once selected, the girls participated in
many social events including a talent show,
worked on a community service project
which provided food baskets for the needy,
and served as ushers at the Ebony Fashion
Beverly states, "It gives me a chance to
meet new people and make new friends. It
makes you more aware of the black commu-
nity because a lot of the activities the girls
participate in have to do with activities that
are organized for the black communityf'
The girls had a cotillion in which they
were formally presented to society. In this
elaborate event, the girls all wore long,
white, hoop-skirted dresses and were escort-
ed by men in white tuxedos.
Other UT students who participated in
this program were juniors Regina Flowers,
Jackie Pittman, and Crystal Cuerington.
Beverly Johnson and Gina Gardner, seniors, were cho-
sen as debutantes by the Quad Cities Negro Heritage
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A Year For Top Achievers
216 - Seniors
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Members of the top four percent are lfrontl Cindy Zoller. Michele Dirck, Jodi
Craker. Lisa Paytash, Theresa Meyer. David Parry. lbackl Paul Hasenwinkel,
Denise DeBarre, Greg Longbons. Ron Hocker, Greg DeBo, Pat Dohogne.
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Members of the top four percent are lfrontl Steve Lampo, Laurie Merrill, Brenda
Rasmussen, Kris Beverlin, Julie Vyncke. Chris Riceman, lbackl Dave Hunt, Craig
Freebern, Mary Baecke, Scott Taulbee, Steve Brewer. Mike Krantz. Not present
for picture Scott Hamrick.
A Year For Panther Pride
To honor the top senior athletes is a policy started by the 78,79 yearbook staff.
The 81-82 staff continues this worthwhile tradition, The athletes are chosen by
nominations from their coaches and Mr. McCarter on the basis of athletic ability
and continuing contribution to the UT athletic program.
Causemaker, football, wrestling, Rick Lasek, football, baseball. lbackl Scott
Fluegel, football, wrestling, Tim Waeyaert, football, baseball, Steve Franks,
football, wrestling, Absent from picture, Joel Moseley, swimming.
Top Senior Athletes are tfrontl Sherrie Williams, basketball, Dana
athletic trainer, Erin Oll3rien, swimming, Carol Turner, volleyball.
trow 25 Bill
Schaeffer, football, wrestling, track, Deana Cooper, basketball, Mickey Hill,
football, track, Mary Baecke, golf. trow SJ Charles Harris, football, track, Doug
Top Senior Athletes are tfrontl Jodi Craker, bowling, Cheri Tworek, cross Wrestling: Kelly Vynclfei H055 CUUUTYVY lf3ClfZ Kerrie Vyflckey CYOSS COUUTTV,
country, track, Joyce Griffin, basketball, volleyball, softball. Crow 27 Scott lfHCl4 thackl Todd Eflel, basketball: SCOTT Davis, basketball: Cl'lflS l-aYl'iS0f1.
Hamrick, football, wrestling, baseball, Debbie McCarthy, bowling, Jenny Morris, l00lbHll, WY9SlllnQL Dave 0912, Qoll- AbS2nt fY0m PlClUf9i Perry Olsen,
cross country, track. trow 35 Matt Terronez, cross country, track, Rob Graves, Wl'2Sllln9'
Seniors - 217
JEFFREY C. ADAMS
DEBORAH A. ALBERTS
DAVID ALBRECHT: Choir 13
Chamber Choir 23 Football 13
Boys Basketball 2
TERRY ALEXANDER: Rifle
Club 23 Diversified Occupations
MATT ALLISON: Band 13 Con-
cert Band 2,33 Football 1,2,3,43
Letterman's Club 4
MARSHA L. ANDERSEN
DENISE C. ANDERSON
ELIZABETH A. ANDERSON
LORRI ANDERSON: Health
Choir 13 Speech Club 23 Orche-
GAIL M. ATKINS
JOHN A. AUSTIN
ANDREA AYALA: Student
MARY BAECKE: Choir 13 Stu-
dent Council 1,2,4, N.H.S. 3,43
Pres. of N.H.S. 43 Girls Track 33
Letterman's Club 1,2,3,43 Girls
Swimming 13 Homecoming Roy-
alty 43 Girls Golf 1,2,3,4
KEITH A. BAILEY: Choir 1,23
Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Boys Cross
SANDRA K. BAILEY
MICHEAL R. BASSETT
DEBRA J. BAZOR
SUE A. BEALER
CINDEE M. BEARD
SCOTT A. BEAVER
JILL Y. BECKSTROM
MICHELE L. BEHRENS
JEANNE BELL: Student Coun-
cil 43 Child Care 33 General Of-
fice Helper 1,2
KIM A. BELL
JOHN M. BENDER
HAROLD G. BENNITT
THERESA J. BENSON
BOB BERRY: Football 13 Boys
Basketball 13 Baseball 13 Inter-
JAMES C. BETCHER
KRISTINE A. BEVERLIN:
KEVIN BLAIS: Choir 1,23 Con-
cert Choir 33 Football 1,23 Intra-
SUSAN K. BOND
SHERI L. BOOTS
PAUL D. BOUDREAU
JENNIFER L. BOWLING:
Choir 13 Student Council 13 Girls
Swimming 13 Key 2,3,4
LINDA S. BOWLING
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LORNA M. BOWLING
ANTHONY D. BRANCH
STEVEN J. BREWER
JAMES L. BROOKS II
CHARLES E. BROWN
ERIC E. BRUCE
BETH A. BURMAHL
DONALD L. BURTON
DEANNA M. BUSTOS
LARRY W. BYRD
DAVID R. CAIN: Homecoming
MARC D. CALDWELL: Wres-
tling 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 3,43
Boys Golf 4
MARSHALL L. CAMP
JOHN W. CAMPBELL: Rifle
CARALEE C. CANT
DONNA CARDWELL: Office
RICHARD D. CARLSON:
Plays 43 Musical 43 Panther Play-
ers 43 Football 1
SCOTT J. CARLSON: Band
1,23 Marching Band 23 Boys
Track 1,23 Boys Cross Country
1,2,33 Baseball 3,4
WENDY J. CARLSON: Child
DEANNA M. CARMACK
THOMAS L. CARMACK:
Choir 13 Chamber Choir 23
Track 13 Wrestling 13 General
Office Helper 2
JAMES A. CARPENTER
DEANNA R. CASTANEDA
BONNIE J. CATOUR: Distribu-
tive Ed. 3,4
DOUG CAUSEMAKER: Foot-
ball 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,4
LORNA M. CAUWELS
ENRIQUE A. CAVAZOS
PHILIP A. CHAPMAN
ROGER R. CHEFFER
WILLIAM S. CHIPMAN
MARK E. CHRISTOPHER
BRENDA L. CLARK
SCOTT A. CLARK
WESLEY R. CLARK
DONALD W. CLEVENGER
TERRI J. CLUNEY: Choir 1,2,
Girls Track 1,2,3
CARRIE J. COLEMAN: Choir
DARRELL E. COLLIS
CHRISTOPHER T. CO-
MEAUX: Football 23 Boys Track
2,33 Wrestling 2,33 Boys Cross
WILLIAM L. CONES
DEANA COOPER: Choir 1,23
Concert Choir 43 Chamber Choir
33 Letterman's Club 2,3,4Q Girls
Basketball 1,2,3,43 Softball 1,2
CHRIS E. CORDELL
SUSAN L. CORDELL
MARIO L. CORTEZ
THOMAS J. COSGRAVE:
Boys Track 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 13
Boys Cross Country 1,2,3,4
JULIE A. COUTTEAU
TODD W. COVAULT
CURTIS E. COWLEY
STANLEY A. CRAFT: Foot-
RONALD D. CRAIN: Football
JODI L. CRAKER: Band 13
Marching Band 2,3,43 Concert
1,2,3,43 Musical 3,43 N.H.S. 3,43
Girls Track 13 l.etterman's Club
43 Girls Tennis 2,33 Bowling 2,4
PHYLLIS R. CRANSON:
Choir 13 Concert Choir 33 Cham-
ber Choir 23 Student Council
2,3,43 Volleyball 13 Girls Track
13 Wrestlerettes 2,3,43 Home-
coming Royalty 4
SHELLY L. CRAWFORD
JON P. DANLEY
JAMES R. DAUGHERTY
NANCY B. DAVIDSON: Choir
13 Student Councul 13 Girls
Track 13 Volleyball 1,233
RANDY L. DAVIS
RUSSELL S. DAVIS
DENISE M. DEBARRE:
N.l"l.S. 3,43 Skyline 2, Section
Editor 3, Co-Editor 4
GREGORY J. DEBO: Choir 1,
Chamber Choir 2, Concert Choir
33 N.H.S. 3,43 Rifle Club 1,2
CAROLYN DEBOWSKI: Girls
Track 23 Letterman's Club 43
Girls Basketball 1,2,3,43 Volley-
WILLIAM DECKER: Key 33
General Office Helper 2
CURTIS L. DECOSTER
SUSAN L. DECRANE: Choir
MELISSA J. DEDECKER:
Choir 13 Student Council 13 Girls
Golf 23 Wrestling Cheerleader 1
TAMARE P. DEJAEGHER
DENA L. DELACRUZ: Child
CYNTHIA L. DEMEYER: Of-
fice Occupations 43 Child Care 3
ANDREW G. DENNHARDT:
Choir 1,23 Concert choir 3,4
THOMAS E. DENNIS: Band 13
Marching Band 2,3,43 Concert
Band 2,3,43 Plays 2,3,43 Musical
3,43 Panther Players 3,43 Speech
Club 33 One-Act 3,43 Wrestling
JULIE A. DENNISON
MYRNA Y. DENNISON: Choir
JULIE A. DERNOVISH: Choir
13 Football Cheerleader 13 Wres-
tling Cheerleader 2,3,4
JOHN B. DEVOS: Key 1,2,3,43
Co-Editor 43 Food Service 4
DONALD L. DHOOGE: Choir
13 Concert Choir 33 Chamber
Choir 23 Boys Swimming 1,2,3,4
LARRY DICKINSON: Wres-
LISA DILLBECK: Choir 13
Concert Choir 33 Chamber Choir
MICHELE A. DIRCK
PATRICK W. DOHOGNE:
Choir 13 Concert Choir 33 Cham-
ber Choir 23 Plays 1,2,3,43 Musi-
cal 1,2,33 Panther Players
1,2,3,43 One-Act 1,2,3,43
N.H.S. 3,43 Secretary of N.H.S.
THERESA M. DOPLER: Pan-
ther Players 1,23 Speech Club
1,2,33 Skyline 2,3,43 Section Edi-
BETH A. DOWNEY: Bowling
43 Softball 3,43 Diversified Ed. 43
Counciling Center Helper 33
General Office Helper 2
BRYAN T. DOWNING
PAUL D. DUCK
MICHAEL L. DUDZIK
TONI L. DUKE: Student Coun-
cil 23 Girls Track 1,23 Wrestler-
ettes 1,2,3,43 Homecoming Roy-
JAMES A. DUNCAN
STEVEN P. DUNCAN
LISA J. DUNN: Girls Track 1,23
Girls Cross Country 2,33 Coun-
seling Center Helper 3
JOHN E. DUPREY
DAVID P. ELLISON: Intramur-
CHRISTINE E. ESTERLEIN
TODD R. ETZEL: Choir 13
Boys Tack 2,3,43 I.etterman's
Club 3,43 Boys Basketball
DEBRAH A. EVANS
DAVID EWING: Football 1,23
Wrestling 3,43 Boys Basketball 1
SEAN FARRELL: Football 13
Basketball 13 Boys Track 1,23
Cross Country 2,3
AMY FELLER: Plays 23 Pan-
ther Players 132,33 One-Act 23
Student Council I,2,3,43 Wrest-
lerettes 1,2,3,43 Class Treasurer
33 Counseling Center Helper 3
RUTH FILLMER: Band
1,2,3,43 Marching 2,3,43 Con-
cert 2,3,43 Plays 2,3,43 Musical
3,43 Panther Players 3,43 Girls
Cross Country 2,33 Volleyball
2,33 Orchesis 3
MARY FLUEGEL: Softball 3
SCOTT FLUEGEL: N.H.S. 3,43
Football 1,2,3,4Q Boys Track 13
Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Junior Rotar-
DONALD R. FORD
JANICE L. FRANKS
STEVE FRANKS: Football
1,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,4
CRAIG FREEBERN: Boys Bas-
JEFF FREEMAN: Boys Basket-
JEFFREY L. FUHRER
12 Marching 2,3,43 Concert
2.3.43 N,H.S. 43 Intramurals
2,3,43 I.etterman's Club 43 Boys
DONNA GOINGS: Choir 13
Girls Basketball 1
GILBERT A. GOMEZ
VICTORIA S. GOMEZ: Choir
13 Food Service 1,23 Agribusi-
ness 3,43 Child CAre 3
JESUS V. GONZALEZ: Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4: Boys Track 2,33
ESTHER N. GOODRICH:
Choir 13 Distributive Ed. 3,4
SHARON A. GOULD: Child
JODY L. GRASZ: Band 13
Marching Band 23 Concert Band
23 Girls Track 13 Orchesis 3,43
Child Care 4
STEVEN C. GYENGE
SHEILA A. HAECHERL
DIANE C. HAKEMAN: Stu-
dent Council 13 I..etterman's
Club 2,3,43 Softball 1,2,33
Homecoming Royalty 43 Foot-
ball Cheerleader 1,2,3,43 Bas-
ketball Cheerleader 1,2,3,4
LINDA K. HALSEY: Band 13
Marching Band 2,3,43 Concert
Band 2,3,43 Agribusiness 33 Gen-
eral Office Helper 3
SCOTT G. HAMRICK
CHARLES M. HANNA
BEVERLY J. HARDER: Choir
13 Chamber Choir 3,43 Concert
Enthusiastic Panther fans tell the other team what they can do.
MARGARET GANT: Girls
Track 13 Cross Country 23 Soft-
DEBRA GARCIA: Panther
Players 3,43 Student Council
3,43 Girls Golf 1,2
GINA GARDNER: Skyline
2,3,43 Section Editor 3,43 Coun-
seling Center Helper 13 General
Office Helper 4
THERESA GARDNER: Choir
13 Concert 43 Chamber 3
TERRY B. GATES
TODD GAVIN: Football 23
Boys Swimming 2,3,4
JIMMY L. GEHN
HAROLD D. GEORGE
DANIEL R. GIROT
DANIEL R. GODERIS: Band
JAMES B. GREEN
JULIA A. GREEN
JOYCE A. GRIFFIN: Choir 13
I.etterman's Club 43 Girls Bas-
ketball 1,2,43 Softball I,2,3,43
Distributive Ed. 3
BECKY L. GRIPP
THOMAS A. GROOMS: Choir
1,2,33 Concert Choir 33 Cham-
ber Choir 1,23 Musical 13 Foot-
ball 2,3,43 Boys Track 3,43 Wres-
tling 1,43 Intramurals 3,43 Letter-
man's Club 43 Boys Tennis 1
SHERRY L. GRYPP
GEORGE W. GUINN JR.:
Band 13 Marching Band 2,3,43
Concert Band 2,3,43 Boys Ten-
MARIA G. GUTIERREZ: Ban-
dettes 43 Speech Club 13 N.H.S.
43 Intramurals 13 Key 43 General
Office Helper 43 Spanish N.H.S.
President 43 Spanish Club 1,3
MINERVA B. GUZMAN: Choir
13 Concert Choir 33 Chamber 23
N.H.S, 43 Key 3,4 Feature Edi-
Choir 23 Food Services 3,43
President 43 Child Care 33 Gen-
eral Office Helper 4
DEANETTE E. HARMON
DARNELL L. HARPER: Foot-
CHARLES L. HARRIS: Foot-
DALE G. HARRIS: Choir
1,2,3,43 Concert Choir 43 Cham-
ber Choir 2,33 Football 1,23 Boys
Track I,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2,43
Lettermanas Club 43 Boys Bas-
ketball 13 Agribusiness 2,334
SUSAN HARRIS: Choir 1,21
Concert Choir 43 Chamber Choir
33 Child Care 4
PAUL D. HASENWINKEL:
Choir 13 Chamber Choir 23 Plays
2,3,43 Musical 2,3,43 Panther
Players 1,2,3,43 President 43
Speech Club 33 One-Act 2,3,43
N.H.S. 3,43 Key 1,43 Orchesis
KATHY L. HATFIELD
MARY F. HAY: Choir 1
MICHAEL L. HAYES
BARRY M. HEMPHILL
JOHN E. HENDRIX
ROBIN L. HERRINGTON
JOEL C. HESSER: Choir 13
Concert Choir 2,3,43 Chamber
TERESA S. HESTON: Choir 43
Concert Choir 4
RANDY J. HIGHNIGHT:
Football 23 Homecoming Royal-
JERRY L. HILL: Boys Swim-
JULIE L. HILL
MICHEAL J. HILL: Choir 13
Concert Choir 33 Chamber Choir
23 Football I,2,3,4, Boys Track
3,4, Intramurals 3,43 Letter-
man's Club 43 Pres. of Letter-
mans Club 43 Boys Basketball
1,23 Baseball 1,23 Homecoming
TERENCE A. HILL: Football
1,2,33 Boys Track 1,2,3,43 Let-
terman's Club 43 Boys Basketball
JAMES HINES: Choir 13 Con-
cert Choir 33 Chamber Choir
2,33 Plays 2,3,43 Musical 3,43
Panther Players 2,3,43 Speech
Club 33 Boys Track 13 Wrestling
13 Boys Cross Country 13 Key 13
SHURLA S. HINTZE
JOHN E. HOAGLUND: Choir
1,23 Boys Swimming 3,43 Rifle
Club 13 Trainer 2
RONALD K. HOCKER:
N.H.S. 3,43 Boys Swimming 33
Intramurals 33 Junior Rotarian 4
JEFFREY W. HOGUE
KIRK A. HOLMAN
CATHERINE HOLMES: Or-
TODD J. HOUCHIN
AARON A. HOWELL: Choir 13
Concert Choir 2,33 Baseball 1
LORI J. HUDSON
JOSEPHINE V. HUGHES
ILA J. HUIZENGA: Band 13
Office Occupations 43 Treasurer
LEVON A. HULL
SANDRA L. HULL
BJORN E. HULTMAN: For-
eign Exchange Student 43 Cross
MICHAEL S. HUMPHREY
DAVID A. HUNT: Football 1,2
MICHAEL A. HUNTER
JOHN M. HUSTON
KEN HUYNH: Plays 1
STEVEN R. INGERSOLL
PENNIE S. IRBY: Child Care
CAROLE A. ISHMAEL
LONNA E. ISHMAEL
DAVID E. JACKSON: Boys
Track 1,2,43 Intramurals 4
PAUL V. JACKSON
STEVEN A. JACOBSEN:
Choir 1,23 Rifle Club 2
DARCIE M. JAMIESON
SUMNER W. JENKINS: Band
13 Marching Bancl 2,33 Jazz 2,31
Concert Band 2,33 Musical 3
DIANA C. JENSEN: Band 13
Marching Band 2,3,43 Concert
SHEILA D. JESSEE
DAVID A. JOHANSON
BEVERLY D. JOHNSON:
Choir 13 Girls Basketball 1,2,3,43
Skyline 23 Key 2
CLAYTON W. JOHNSON:
Choir 33 Chamber Choir 33 Ath-
letic Trainer 1,21 Health Occupa-
tions 3,4, General Office Helper
STEPHANIE K. JORDAN:
Girls Track 1
TODD W. KAHLEY
GEORGE T. KALOMAS
ANTHONY J. KARASEK
FRANCES V. KARNES: Band
13 Marching 2,3,43 Concert 2,3,4
DIANA V. KARR
TIMOTHY C. KASTNER:
Band 13 Marching 2,3,43 Jazz
3,43 Concert 2,3,4, Boys Track
2,3,43 Wrestling 2
STACEY A. KELLEY
TOM E. KELLEY: Boys Golf 13
DAWN KENNEY: Office Occu-
pations 43 General Office Helper
Concert 33 Chamber 23 Girls
GREGG S. KOSER: Choir 13
Concert 33 Chamber 23 NHS 3,43
Boys Track I,2,3,4, Boys Cross
Country 2,33 Letterman's Club
43 Boys Basketball 13 Boys
Swimming 3,43 Homecoming
LISA M. KRACK
MICHAEL A. KRANTZ: Choir
13 Concert 33 Chamber 23 NHS
3,43 Intramurals 4
ALICIA A. KRATT: Letter-
manis Club 43 Girls Basketball
1,23 Softball I,2,3,4Q Volleyball
DOUGLAS A. KUNZLE
JAMES J. KUNZLE
KAREN L. KURTZ
LEONARD R. KYLE
Jeanette Lifvergren, senior, shows her creativity in pottery.
DIANE M. JOHNSON: Choir
13 Chamber 23 Concert 33 Plays
1,2,3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Pan-
ther Players 1,2,3,43 Speech
Club I,2,3,43 One-Act I,2,3,4,
HAZEL M. JOHNSON: Choir
13 Chamber 33 Distributive Ed. 4
JEANNINE R. JOHNSON:
Choir 13 Office Occupations 4
LEANN L. JOHNSON
MARK A. JOHNSON: Bancl
I,2,3,4Q Marching 2,3,43 Jazz
3,4 Concert 2,3,43 Musical
2,3,43 Intramurals 3,43 Boys Bas-
ketball 1,23 Baseball 1,2,3,4
MARK ALLEN JOHNSON
TERESA A. JOHNSON
WENDELIN M. JOHNSON:
CAROLYN B. JONES: Choir
1,23 Office Occupations 4
FAITH M. JONES: Choir
1,2,33 Concert 33 Chamber 23
Girls Basketball 1,2
DANE L. KESPOHL: Football
2,3,43 Wrestling 1
KARLTON A. KESTER
MICHAEL W. KEY
RODNEY A. KEYES
ARNOLD L. KIEFFER
LAURA A. KIGHT
LISA A. KIGHT
AMY L. KILLINGSWORTH
CAROL S. KING: Child Care
DIANNE M. KIPP: Plays 23
Panther Players 1,23 Intramurals
33 H.O. 33 Skyline 4
RANDALL J. KIRKHOVE
BRIAN L. KIRKLIN
BRADLEY A. KLAUER
SUSAN E. KLOUSER
RANDY O. KNIGHT
ANNE M. KNUDSEN
MARK R. KOEHLER: Band 13
Marching 2,3,43 Concert 2,3,43
Rifle Club 1
LYNN D. KOKER: Choir 13
DAVID A. LACK
ANTHONY S. LAMANTIA
JAMES E. LAMB
LAMBRECHT: Boys Golf 3,4
LAURA K. LAMPO
STEVE LAMPO: N.H.S. 3,43
Football 23 Wrestling 13 Intra-
murals 3,43 Junior Rotarian 4
MARGUERITE A. LANE
JAMES A. LAPACZONEK
CHRIS A. LARRISON
KIMBERLY J. LARSON
RICK A. LASEK
KATHY L. LAY
TUONG T. LE
THEODORE M. LEIBOVITZ
LORRIE M. LEWIS: Office Oc-
RON A. LOFGREN
GREGORY J. LONGBONS:
Band 1, Marching Band 2,3,4,
Concert Band 2,3,4, Plays
1,2,3,4, Musical 1,2,3,4, Pan-
ther Players 1,2,3,4, Treasurer
3,4, One-Act 1,2,3,4
DORIS C. LOPEZ: Band 1,
Marching Band 2, Concert Band
JOANNE F. LOPEZ: Choir 1,
Chamber Choir 3
THOMAS W. LOTT: General
Office Helper 3,4
BRENDA S. LUCAS
STEVEN L. LUKEN
CHAD A. LYON
KATHLEEN A. LYON: Choir
1, Concert Choir 3, Chamber
Choir 2, Student Council 4,
N,H.S, 3,4, Class Officer 1,2,
Volleyball 1,2,3, Wrestlerettes 2
KAREN MABE: Child Care 3,4
DANIEL A. MALDONADO
CLARISSA A. MARTEL: Girls
Cross Country 1, Softball 1,2
CHARLES D. MARTIN
TERRY L. MASCARO
JOHNNY R. MASON: Boys
Track 1, Wrestling 1,2,3,4
MATT S. MATTHEWS
TAMMY L. MAY: Child Care 3
DEBBIE J. MCCARTHY:
Bowling 3,4, Office Occupations
4, General Office Helper 4
JONNI M. MCCASH: Office
Occupations 4, General Office
DEREK S. MCCLAIN
JESSICA L. MCCOLLUM:
Girls Swimming 1,2,3
KIMBERLY J. MCCRAY
RANDY E. MCGEE: Football
1,2,3,4, Homecoming Royalty 4,
ELAINE T. MCHENRY
COLLEEN R. MCKEON
PERRY L. MCLAUGHLIN
CONSTANCE L. MEADE:
Girls Track 1,3,4, Volleyball 1,
PATRICK G. MEGUFFY
MARVIN D. MEHAFFY
BRYANT L. MELTON
LAURIE A. MERRILL: N.H.S,
3,4, Vice Pres. 4, Lettermanls
Club 3,4, Girls Basketball
1,2,3,4, Softball 1,2,4, Volley-
ball 1, Spanish Honor Society 4,
Vice Pres. 4
THERESA L. MEYER
REBA A. MEYERS
SCOTT A. MEYERS: Choir 1,
Chamber Choir 3,4, Concert
Choir 2, Boys Tennis 1,2,3,4,
Boys Swimming 2, General Of-
fice Helper 3
JAMES M. MILETICH: Foot-
PAUL E. MILLER
TERRY L. MILLER
SHERRY L. MILLS
SCOTT A. MINTEER
MITCHELL: Band 1, Marching
Band 2,3,4, Jazz Band 4, Con-
cert Band 2,3,4, Girls Track 1,2
JOETTA M. MITTON
CARRIE L. MOLINE
DALE R. MOLINE
MICHAEL J. MOLLER
CHRIS L. MOONEY
SALLY A. MOREHOUSE
MARIA E. MORENO: Band 4,
Marching Band 4, Concert Band
JELENA L. MORGAN: Choir
2, Girls Basketball 2, Softball 3,
Child Care 3
RODNEY L. MORNEY: lntra-
JENNIFER L. MORRIS: Girls
Track 1,2,3,4, Girls Cross Coun-
try 1,2,3,4, Letterman's Club
2,3, Treasurer 4
THOMAS L. MORSE
JOEL A. MOSELEY: Boys
Tennis 1,2, Boys Swimming
DENNIS E. MOSHER: Band 1,
Marching Band 2,3,4, Jazz Lab
4, Concert Band 2,3,4
GERALD D. MUETING
ANASTACIA MUNOZ: Distri-
butive Education 3, Counseling
Office Helper 2
LISA D. MURDOCK
DAVID P. MURRENS: Choir
1, Football 1,2,3, Wrestling 4
SUZANNE M. MYERS: Choir
1,2, Girls Track 1, Class Trea-
MARK D. NATWICK: Football
1, Boys Track 1,2
SHERI L. NEAVEILL
STEPHEN S. NEFF
DAVID R. NELSON: Band 1,
Marching 2,3,4, Concert Band
2,3,4, Spanish N.H.S. 4
KATHERINE C. NELSON
MARTHA A. NELSON: Con-
cert Choir 3, Chamber Choir 2,
Band 1, Marching Band 2,3,4,
Concert Band 2,3,4, Plays 2,3,4,
Musical 1,2,3,4, Panther Players
1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. of Panther
Players 4, Speech Club 2,3, Vice
Pres. of Speech Club 3, One-Act
2,3, Orchesis 4
KECHIA P. NEWTON: Choir
1, Concert Choir 3, Chamber
Choir 2, Girls Track 1, Office
Occupations 4, President of Of-
fice Occupations 4, Homecom-
ing Royalty 4
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After his leg was broken in the homecoming game, Scott Hamrick, senior, served
as an inspiration for the football team,
MARGARET A. NICHOLS:
ERIC M. NICKENS: Choir 1,2,
Musical 1, Boys Cross Country
1, Key 1
DIANNE R. NOAH
CYNTHIA L. O'CONNOR
ANASTASIA O'BRIEN: Girls
Basketball 1, Girls Tennis 1
ERIN L. O'BRIEN: Choir 1,2,
Concert Choir 4, Chamber Choir
3, Letterman's Club 3,4, Girls
GRACIELA OLIVA: Child
DAVID OLIVER: Choir 1, Con-
cert 3, Chamber 2, Wrestling 2,
Rifle Club 2
KELLY E. OLTMAN: Choir
1,2, Concert 3, Student Council
1,2,3,4, Class Vice President 3,
Homecoming Royalty 4, Queen
ALAN OPPENHEIMER: lntra-
murals 3,4, Boys Basketball 1
CHRISTINE M. OSTROWSKI
MARK A. OVERMIRE
KATHERINE M. OWENS:
Softball 1,2,3,4, Football Cheer-
leader 1, Basketball Cheerleader
1, Wrestling Cheerleader 2,3,4
TERESA M. PACHECO: Girls
SPERRY PANOUSIS: Choir 1,
Concert 3, Chamber 1,2, Musi-
cal 1, Student Council 3, Girls
Swimming 2, Basketball Cheer-
CINDY PARKER: Band 1,
Marching 2,3,4, Concert 2,3,4,
General Office Helper 4
HEIDI M. PARKHURST: Girls
Basketball 1,2, Softball 1,2,
Child Care 3,4, Homecoming
ELIZABETH M. PARNELL
DAVID PARRY: N.H.S. 3,43
Intramurals 2,3,4, Letterman's
4, Skyline 2,3,4, Co-Editor 3,
Section Editor 4, Jr. Rotarian 4,
Boys Golf 2,3,4
GEORGANN L. PASSINI:
Jennifer Gehant and Melissa
Choir 1, Chamber 2, Wrestler-
ettes 1,2,3,4, Girls Track 1, ln-
tramurals 3, Health Occupations
BECKY PATTERSON: Choir
1, Concert 3, Chamber 2, DE. 4
JANIS E. PAULI: Choir 1, Con-
cert 3, Chamber 2, Plays 2,3,4,
Musical 2,3,4, Panther Players
2,3,4, Secretary 4, Speech Club
2,3, One-act 3,4, N.H.S. 3,4, Or-
chesis 3,4, President 4
BRADLEY F. PAXTON
LISA PAYTASH: Choir 1, Stu-
dent Council 1,2,3,4, President
4, Treasurer 3, Letterman's
Club l,2,3,4, Homecoming Roy-
alty 4, Football Cheerleader
1,2,3,4, Basketball Cheerleader
KEITH A. PENDER
ELAINE L. PETERS: Office
SUSAN K. PETTY
JUAINIA G. PHIPPS: Child
Care 3, General Office Helper 2
WILLIAM S. PIERCE
HENRY S. PLAVAK
TERRY D. PLOTNER
MARTIN D. PLUMB
VICTORIA M. PORTER
LYNETTE D. PRETTYMAN
RICKY B. PULFORD
BRIAN H. QUICK
MARCEL M. QUINONES
BRAD RAASCH: Band 1,
DeDecker, seniors, loaf in the halls.
Football 1,2,3,4, Boys Track 1,
Wrestling 1, Intramurals 3
ARTHUR H. RANGEL
CHRISTOPHER J. RANGEL
BRENDA K. RASMUSSEN:
Choir 1,2, Chamber 3, Panther
Players 2, N,H.S. 3,4, Volleyball
Manager 1, Skyline 2,3,4, Sec-
tion Editor 3, Co-Editor 4
TRACEY A. RASSO
PATRICK N. REAM: Football
1,2,3,4, Boys Track 1,2, Letter-
CHARLES T. REEVES
LAURIE J. REGER: Choir 1,2,
Girls Track 1, Health Occupa-
ROSS M. RESETICH
JEFF G. REYNA
CHRISTINE A. RICEMAN:
Band 1, Marching 2,3,4, Concert
2,3,4, N.H.S. 3,4, Treasurer 4,
LUANN RICKE: Child Care 3
MARTIN C. ROBINSON
DARRELL E. RODGERS:
Choir 2, Plays 4, Musicals 4,
Panther Players 4, Baseball 2
RONALD M. ROGERS
ARCHIE C. ROSE
DONALD E. RUHL
JERRY RUSS: Choir 1,2,3,4,
Child Care 3, General Office
MARYANN E. RYAN: Plays 2,
Musical 2, N.H.S. 3,4, Girls
Track 1,2, Volleyball 1, Skyline
JEFFERY P. SAEY: Football
1,2,3,4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Intra-
murals 3,4, Letterman's 3,4,
CAROLYN SANDERS: Choir
1, Distributive Education 3,4
JILL SANDERS: Choir 1, Girls
Track 1,2,3,4, Girls Cross Coun-
try 1,2,3,4, Letterman's 3,4,
STEPHEN M. SANDERS:
Football 1,2,3,4, Wrestling
1,2,3, Intramurals 3,4, Letter-
man's 3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4
JOSEPH D. SANDOVAL
MARK A. SANDOVAL: Foot-
ball 3,4, Intramurals 3,4, Key 2
SAMMY J. SANDOVAL:
Football 2,3,4, Lettermanls 3,4,
Boys Basketball 3,4, General Of-
fice Helper 1,2,3,4
LAURA T. SAVALA
MICHAEL K. SCHAEFFER:
WILLIAM R. SCHAEFFER:
Boys Basketball 1, Football
1,2,3,4, Boys Track 2,3,4, Let-
KURT A. SCHILLING
GEORGIA L. SCHMIDT:
Child Care 3
TRACY L. SCHOFIELD: Of-
fice Occupations 4
RICHARD A. SCHROEDER
BRUCE D. SCHULTE: Foot-
ball 1,2, Wrestling 1,2,3
JAMES K. SCOTT: Boys Golf
2,3, Boys Swimmimg 2,3,4
JAMES B. SEARS
CHRISTER L. SETTERDAHL
JODI L. SEVERTSGAARD:
Choir 1,2, Gilrs Swimming 2, Of-
fice Occupations 4
DONALD SHAMSIE: Choir 2,
Football 2, Wrestling 4, Letter-
man's 3, General Office Helper
RON D. SHAMSIE
DARRYL J. SHAPPARD
JAMES R. SHARP
JOSEPH A. SHELEY
KAUSUNDA S. SHELTON:
Girls Track 2
LASAUNDRA G. SHIVERS:
Band 1, Marching 2,3,4, Jazz
Band 4, Concert Band 2,3,4,
Student Council 1,2,3,4, Class
Vice President 1,2, Class Presi-
dent 3,4, Letterman's Club 4,
Girls Basketball 2, Volleyball
1,2, Pete The Panther - Basket-
ball 3, Homecoming Royalty 4,
MARK A. SIDES
BARBARA A. SIERRA
LYDIA M. SIERRA
KIMBERLY A. SIMMS
ROBERT A. SIMONS
TRISHA A. SIMPSON
RHONDA L. SKILES
NINA L. SKINNER
KIMBERLY R. SLAUGHTER
JULIE R. SMART: Choir 1,2,
Concert 4, Chamber 3, Skyline
2,3,4, Section Editor 3
JOANNA L. SNYDER
JULIA A. SOLIZ
LORI M. SONNEVILLE
JAMES E. SPARROW-
LOUISE M. SPEER: Skyline 4
MARILYN S. SPENCER:
Choir 1, Chamber 2, Concert 3,
Plays 1,2,3,4, Musical 1,2,3,
Panther Players 1,2,3,4, Secre-
tary 3, Speech Club 3, One-Act
3, Orchesis 3
ROSCOE E. SPENCER: Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4, Boys Track 1,2,3,4,
Intramurals 3, Letterman's 3,4,
Boys Basketball 1,2,3,4
KATHERINE L. SPICER
JAYNE M. STAAB
BRENDA L. STAMBAUGH:
Choir 1,2, Office Occupations 4
LYNN M. STAUFFACHER:
Choir 1, Skyline 2,3, Section
PAMELA S. STINGLEY
CHERYL A. STOGDELL
RONALD A. STONE
TODD L. STONER: Pantherr
Players 4, Intramurals 3,4
JEFFERY R. STREETER
DAN G. STUMPHY: Choir 1,2,
Football 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 1, In-
tramurals 3,4, Letterman's Club
3,4, Baseball 1,2, Boys Golf 1
STEPHEN P. SUMMERS
SCOTT R. SWANSON
MARK A. TAPIA
ROBERT C. TATE
SCOTT K. TAULBEE
SCOTT T. TAYLOR
HAROLD L. TEEL
KIM E. TENNANT: Wrestler-
LYDIA A. TERRONEZ
MANUEL I. TERRONEZ
MATHEW L. TERRONEZ
TIMOTHY A. THOMAS
VERN A. TINKER
SANDRA D. TITTSWORTH
MICHAEL L. TOLIVER
KURT A. TOLLIVER: Choir 1,
Chamber 2, Panther Players 2,
DAVID TOWNSELL: Boys
MARY E. TRAYLOR: Choir 1,
Concert 3,4, Chamber 2, March-
ing Band 2,3, Plays 3,4, Musical
3, Panther Players 3,4, One-Act
3, NHS 3, Intramurals 3, Girls
Basketball 1,2,3, Softball 1,2,3,
Orchesis 4, Counseling Office
Helper 33 iTransfer Student
WILLIAM L. TRIBBETT
LISA P. TRIBBLE: Girls Track
133343 Office Occupations 43
A.V. Worker 4
CAROLYN K. TURNER
JAMES L. TURNER
Concert Choir 33 Chamber Choir
43 Marching Band 43 Student
Council 23 Swimming 1,23 Soft-
ball 13 Volleyball 13 Child Care
3343 Counseling Office Helper 2
CHERYL A. TWOREK: Band
13 Marching 2,3343 Jazz 43 Con-
cert 233343 Musical 3343 Girls
Track 13233343 Girls Cross Coun-
try 2,3343 I.etterman's 2,3343
Counseling Office Helper 4
DAWN UTLEY: Child Care 3
KAREN J. UZZELL: Musical 33
Panther Players 33 Child Care 3
GREGORY M. VANHECKE:
Football 13233343 Wrestling 1,23
Homecoming Royalty 4
MARISEAN L. VANHOUTEN:
Panther Players 13 Girls Tennis
SHARI L. VANTIEGHEM:
Counseling Center Helper 43
General Office Helper 2
ROBERT A. VANVOOREN:
Boys Track 13233343 Boys Cross
Country 3343 Lettermanfs 3343
Boys Basketball 13233
JUDY S. VIA
CHRISTINE K. VOLK: Band
13 Marching 233343 Concert
233343 Pep 233343 Key 233343 Co-
Editor 3343 Orchesis 4
JOEL VYNCKE: Band 13
Marching 2333 Concert 2333 Plays
3343 Panther Players 3,43 One-
KELLY M. VYNCKE: Girls
Track 233343 Girls Cross Country
233343 Letterman's 2,3343 Secre-
tary 43 Girls Basketball 1
KERRIE VYNCKE: Band 13
Marching 23 Concert 23 Girls
Track 13233343 Girls Cross Coun-
try 233343 I.etterman's 13233343
A.V. Worker 4
TIMOTHY S. WAEYAERT
SHAWN P. WALLACE
DEANITRA R. WALTON
LORI WARD: Child Care 334
ROBIN K. WARD
JANE E. WATERS: Choir 1
DAVID C. WEBSTER
RICK C. WEIDEMAN
RICKY L. WEIGHALL
MELODY M. WELLS: Choir 13
Musical 13 Student Council 3,43
Football Cheerleader 13 Wres-
tling Cheerleader 1,23
TERRY WESOLOWSKI: Of-
fice Occupations 4
BRADLEY S. WESSELS
LORI A. WESTON
KATHLEENA K. WHEELER
KEVIN L. WHITEHAIR
GAYE L. WHITNEY: Choir 13
Chamber 23 Bandettes 3343 Plays
132333 Musical 1323 Panther Play-
ers 1323 Speech Club 1323 One-
Act 1323 Skyline 43 Orchesis 3
DAWN M. WILLETT
ROBERT T. WILLIAMS
SCOTT A. WILLIAMS
SHERRIE L. WILLIAMS
DAVID R. WILSON
PAULA S. WINGER
ALLEN L. WINTHURST
DIANA L. WINTHURST: Dis-
tributive Education 4
THOMAS P. WISE
BETH A. WOLF
DWAIN J. WOMACK
CHRISTINE M. WOODS: Girls
Track 2,3343 Girls Cross Country
43 Lettermanls 3343 Vice Presi-
dent 43 Girls Basketball 1,233
LISA A. ZAGERT: Girls Tennis
ROBERT D. ZESIGER
DEBRA K. ZIEGLER: Health
CYNTHIA L. ZOLLER: Choir
13 Concert 23 Chamber 33 Plays
13233343 Musical 3343 Speech
Club 13233343 Secretary 33 One-
Act 33 N.H.S. 3,43 Orchesis 4
These relieved students head for home after a long day at school.
Seniors - 223
Ads from local businesses A res-
taurants , A A car dealers A A A hob-
by shops A A A drug stores A A A
clothing stores A A A sporting goods
stores A A a big part of students'
away-from-school lives is repre-
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other part of the year that was A A A
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1. Tom Gregory. freshman, admires the flower dis-
plays at Hignight Florists. 2. Darla Arch and Janice
Hoaglund, juniors. shop for a gift at Leisure Time
Hobby Shop. 3. Nice car, Julie! 4. Bev Harder,
senior, waits on a table at Perkin's 'Cake 81 Steak.
5. These UT students spend time shopping and
socializing at Southpark Mall. 6. Denise DeBarre,
senior, "pigs out" at the salad bar at Perkins
224 - Advertisements
The Year That Was
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The Year -
Enchng the year ... another
phase of our lives begins where
thx one ends ...iveWlahvaysre-
member our years at UT . . . look-
ing back onthe year ..,the year
that was one of the best years ever
1. Jesus Gonzalez, senior, was an active member of
UT's record-setting football team. 2. The class of
'82 proudly displays their float at the homecoming
parade. 3. This North Campus student enjoys off-
campus lunch. Will he still be able to enjoy this
privilege next year? 4. To the class of '82, this
tassel signifies the end of their days at UT, 5. Denise
DeBarre, Skyline co-editor, wears sunglasses in
public so she will not be recognized, 6. Another
team bites the dust 5 with the help of UT's football
team. 7. Greg Vanldlecke. senior. models his cap
and gown, eagerly awaiting graduation.
The Year That Was
In The News
1. Scott Meyers, senior, doesn't think a stalled car is
very funny - especially when itls his. 2. Alicia
Kratt, senior, enjoys Pac Man, a new electronic
game this year at Land of Oz. 3. Gas prices rose and
fell, along with everything else, in 1982. 4. Garfield
and Smurf stole the hearts of many UT students this
238 - Closing
1982 was a special year. It was a fast-
paced year and we had a lot on our
minds. We worried about inflation and
fluctuating gasoline prices, unemploy-
ment and numerous lay-offs. We thought
about such social issues as the passage of
ERA and anti-abortion laws. We felt the
pinch of Reaganomics in our everyday
lives and heard about widespread govern-
ment budget cutting. We shivered in re-
cord-breaking cold weather in January,
with the wind chill factor making tem-
peratures feel as cold as -80 degrees,
Fahrenheit. We cursed our cars' frozen
radiators and rejoiced when the cold tem-
peratures gave us an extra day off of
We wore our Izod sweaters and played
Pac Man at arcades. We carried Garfield
folders and tried to master the Rubik's
Cube. We bought Smurf paraphernalia
and Atari games. Some of us went for
punk rock and New Wave while others
stuck to the old standbys - rock and
soul. We bought designer jeans - for
only about S50 a pair K'l'm sure!"
1. These t-shirts show some of the hottest fads of
1982 - "anti-preppiel' and the Rubikls Cube
craze. 2. This little device provided many head-
aches to Rubik's Cubers in 1982. 3. Scott Meyers,
senior, finds out that even new cars don't like to
start in cold weather. 4. Julie Smart and Mary
Baecke, seniors, are proud that they're preppies. 5.
Wiman Woods, senior, gives Scott Meyers a little
help - a jump start - in the freezing January
The Year That Was
We're Number One!
UT's Real People
- -vi 1, K
1. These students anticipate digging into their pizza
at Godfatherls, a favorite after-game hangout for
UT students. 2. The referree takes a short time-out
to relax during a volleyball game. 3. Kristen Emery,
sophomore. enjoys lunch at Hungry Hobo. 4. This
student finds his history lesson very stimulating.
242 - Closing
"People have one thing in com-
They are all different."
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K K 5 4
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l. Mark Wilks. freshman. and friemls trudge up
North Campus hill after lunch 2. Merlin Nelson.
sophomore. stops smiling long enough to have his
picture taken 3. Mr. Eldon Partridge. volleyball
coach. ponders his game-winning strategy. 4. This
devoted Panther fan "braves the storm" to attend a
The Year That Was
+vm u Yvit My ,glvv
Aspirations For The Future
UI am not afraid of tomorrow,
for l have seen yesterday and
l love today."
-William Allen White
1. How romantic! 2. Cindy Penfold, junior, a hard-
working member of the UT band, concentrates on
her piece during the half-time show at the
Homewood-Flossmoor game, 3. A subtle loneliness
is caught by the camera of head photographer Jeff
Kipp. 4. Renee Cranson, senior, congratulates sen-
ior Kelly Oltman as she is named Homecoming
queen. 5. Lovebirds populate the hallways at South
Campus after school. 6. Charlotte Braud, sopho-
more, discovers the magic of stage makeup back-
stage at the fall play. 7. John Reynolds, junior, puts
the finishing touches on his Christmas window mu-
The Year That Was
-- STAFF --
Adamson, Dale R. 107
Akulow, Haline 105
Allee, Charles A. 97, 106, '93
Allen, Eleanor 107
Almblade, Mark J.
Anderson, Jill D. 107
Anderson, Kathleen M. 102
Anderson, Sharon K. 120
Archibald, Georgiann 120
Arvanis, Harry 62
Ashcraft, Mary J.
Austin, Marian P. 101
Austin, Michael R.
Baker, Beverly A.
Bartleson, Ruth M, 100
Baskin, Deborah 112
Beale, Jacquelyn J. 118
Beale, Robert W.
Belan, Edward 102
Bennett, Barbara D. 118
Berg, David R. 112, 89
Bjork, Clarence Jr.
Birkhahn, George O.
Bollaert, John R. 62, 14, 85
Bonds, Martha L. 117
Boyd, Jr., Alex 46, 98
Boyd, Jessie 120
Boydston, Eva llse 118
Boyle, Marilyn D. 118
Bray, George E.
Breckenridge, Barbara L. 102
Brewers, Michael J. 60, 115
Briney, Scott Alan
Buker, Elmer 120
Burgess, Sally A.
Burke, Cynthia S. 104
Burrack, Randall K.
Busch, David 72, 73
Butzer, Betty J. - "
Cady, Linda K. 4, 6
Caldwell, Jorita 120
Cardwell, Donna Lynn 120
Carnes, Richard W. 109
Carr, Delbert 52, 78, 111
Carter, Dean A.
Catton, A. Elane 104 '
Catton, Donald E. 109
Cervantes, Cruz 118
Claeys, Helen M.
Claus, Bill W.
Cole, Richard 111
Conger, Mary A.
Cornelius, Gordon B. 95, 98
Corsaro, Janet L. 112
Damhorst, Roger R. 104
D'Angelo, Naidine 28, 114
Davidson, Linda 112
Davis, Donald J. 104, 105
Deal, James 102
Deelsnyder, Mary Sue
Degrande Jr., Arthur 60, 102
Dergo, Michael 77, 105, 89
De Grauwe, Michele B. 104
Detaeye, Charles J. 114
Dhondt, Joseph 114
Diaz, Jose V. 104
Dishinger, Mary L. 102
Dolleslager, Kathryne G.
Donaldson, Donald A. 81
Duffy, Carol A. 100, 101
246 - Index
Dunbar, Norma J. 118
Duncan, James R. 115
Duncan, Sandra R.
Dussliere, Lawrence A. 98, 99
Dyer, G. Donald 24, 26, 109
Edward M. 102
Eis, Loryann M. 106
Engel, John A. 110, 111
Erickson, Gene M. 113
Erickson, Keith 112
Evans, Frank H., Jr. 67, 60, 99
Fairman, Robert V. 98
Farwell, Lynn L.
Fentress, Violet A.
Ferrer, Carlo 91
Fooken, Theresa 94, 109
Foust, Leo H. 110
Griff W. 103
Frane, Daphne J. 111
Freiburg, Patricia L. 117
Gargano, Joan M.
Gebben, Gregory K.
Gellerman, Gary E. 106
Truelsen, Janice L.
Glisan, Vernon L. 106
Grimaldi, Frank 60, 78, 85, 114
Green, Don W.
Greene, Richard L. 16, 98
Greer, Jerry L. 100
Greer, Judith A. 110
Greer, Larry L. 100, 101
Greko, Richard L. 106
Rosemary A. 102, 103,
Guzzo, Jody H. 102
Hall, Henrietta '
Hall, James E. 108
Hall, Sandra 105
Hand, Doris M. 120
Hanlin, J. Bert 85
Hanlin, Michael A. 96, 99, 110
Hanlin, Patricia D.
Hanna, Paula M. 99
Hansen, Barbara J. 101, 120
Hanske, Jr., Robert W. 62, 10
Harper, Eunice P. 120
Heene, Arthur E.
Hegwood, Violet 118
Hetzel, Judy S. 120
Hicke, Thomas L.
Holmer, Ronald W. 70, 71, 10
Honnold, Donna M.
Householder, Diana F. 118
Hughes, Richard A. 111
Hummel, Melvin L.
Johnson, Donna M.
Johnson, Joyce 120
Jones, Edward A. 120
Jones, lrma L. 110, 111
Jorandby, Sharon 111
Keegan, Don A.
Keeley, Kathryn A. 102
Kehoe, Michael R.
Keller, Amanda R. 105
Kelley, John 120
Kerckhove, Alice 117
Kerckhove, Ann M.
Kettering, Jack L. 110
Killam, Carl E. 106, 107
Kline, Marjorie A. 119
Knox, Harold R. 110
Kramer, Claude R. 106
Kramer, Pamela 101
Krause, Charles J. 100
Kravens, Albert P.
Kruckenberg, Elaine 120
Lamantla, Sharon 118
Landuyt, Marguerite A.
Lange, Paul 81, 60, 256
Lange, Paul G. 60, 256
Laud, Jeri 114
Lee, J. Richard 56, 108
Lemmon, James M. 114
Lewis, Robert D. 106
Lewis, Robert G.
Little, Evelyn M.
Loftin, Jane L.
Lonergan, Thomas J. 100
Longbons, Mildred M. 107
Lough, Lyle E.
Loula, James R. 103
Manwaring, Craig L. 78, 104
Marr, David 78, 114, 81
Marr, Patricia A. 100
Matthews, Elaine 112
Mattson, Mary Ann 118
McCarter, Eugene D. 60, 78, 99, 98, 256
McDonald, Judith 103
McGaughy, lrene E.
McKinzie, Claire 109
McKoon, Arthur J.
McNinch, Kevin 85
Merbitz, Arnold G. 99
Mercer, Jay L. 114
Meyers, Glenda S. 117
Mickle, Marian J. 118
Miller, Colleen V. 120
Miller, Karen '
Miller, Wendy L.
Mitchell, Beverly J.
Mohr, Marlene Ann 118
Morrison, James N.
Murrens, Anita J. 103
Nelson, Beverlee A. 120
Nelson, Mary J. 44, 110
Nelson, Merlin A. 101
Newberg, Elaine B. 119
Newel, Laura 112
Newenham, Willie B. 111
Nitz, lda G. 114
O'Connor, M. Antoinette 34, 103
Olesen, Carol M. 104
Oliver, Paul W.
Paasch, Alice L. 120
Parker, Thomas A. 99
Partridge, Eldon 114, 243
Pennington, Warren 110
Peterhoff, Edward H. 104
Petersen, Paula A. 103
Peterson, Marsha 40, 103, 256
Phillips, Gary L. 69, 108, 109, 91
Polios, Nancy 103
Potter, Ruth A. 107
Poulter, Douglas 99
Pregracke, Gary B. 110
Pustelnik, Ronald W. 115
Pyevich, Nancy S.
Pyevich, Robert M.
Pyevich, Steve 106
Radovich, Lois M.
Rainey, Charles 110
Ramirez, Richard 112
Rankin, George W. 115
Rasso, Alfredo N.
Riggs, David L. 120
Ritter, Herbert A. 105
Roman, June 119
Rossitto, Marion Jean
Rowe, Gregory John 120
Ruberg, Elaine 115
Ruggles, Larry A. 106
Russell, Michael 62, 112
Ryerson, Ronald R. 105
Samolitis, Jerome W. 101
Laud, Jeri E.
Sanders, James 60, 64, 67, 115
Sanders, Joanne 119
Sandoval, Cathy Jo
Scalf, Doris M.
Schmidt, David P. 110
Schmidt, Michael C. 36, 30, 109
Scott, Gwen L. 115, 120
Seaman, William J.
Segura, Fredrick M. 62, 82, 112
Selander, Ruth A.
Severtsgaard, Janice 120
Shull, Richard L.
Sieghartner, Deanna M. 25
Sierra, Mary Ann
Simmonds, Sharon R.
Simpkins, Sharon 118
Slentz, Charles W. 105
Small, James L. 109
Smith, James F. 60, 85, 86, 109
Smolenski, Sandra K. -
Snyder, Sharon 120
Sodeman, Carole S. 120
Sosnouski, Stanley A.
Steinmetz, Dennis D. 69, 108, 91
Stephens, Herbert D.
Stephens, Robert A.
Stiegel, Helen J. 55, 107
Stougt, Jena 120
Strand, Douglas L. 105
Sturm, Roger E. 103, 111
Sutton, Darcene 103
Swanson, Nancy A.
Talley, Cliff G. 48, 78, 79, 115
Taylor, Betty L. 118
Telleen, Joanne L.
Terry, S. Christine 120
Theuninck, Dorothy M.
Thompson, Robert L.
Unrath, James 99
Tranel, Joyce Ellen
Traylor, Charles E. 24, 108, 109
Truelsen, Les R. 108
Trunnell, Peggy J.
Tyler Jr., Theodore R. 108, 206
Vanbelle, Mary Jane 117
Vanderheyden, Vicki Lee
Vandewiele, Ruth Ann 120
Verstraete, Marjory V.
Verstraete, Gabriel A. 111
Vervaecke, Verda I.
Virnig, Mary C.
Viventi, Joseph A.
Voorhis, Richard '
Vroman, Mary 117
Vyncke, Terese, A.
Wadle, Sharon L.
Wadsager, Linda 83, 115
Wagle, Gary L. 105
Ward, Dorothy 115
Watters Jr., Robert C. 100, 101
Webb, Cheryl '
Weckel, Pamela 120
Werning, Kathryn L. 107
Wessel, Max D. 106, 107
Wessel, Richard D. 108
Wesselmann, James G. 108, 91
Wesselmann, Susan 77, 92, 93
White, Judith A. 103
White, Linda L.
Whitfield, John S.
Williams, Lorraine 118
Williams, Mallie M. 20, 22, 23, 1
Winthurst, William E.
Woller Jr., Fred 106
Woller, Perrine 113
Wright, Catherine M.
Zesiger, Robert D. 56, 111
Zimmerman, Albert 114
Adams, Jeffrey C. 164
Alberts, Deborah A. 164
Albrecht, David A. 164
Alexander, Terry G. 164
Allison, Matthew W. 164, 49, 60
, Marsha L. 164, 54
Anderson, Denise C- 164 .
Anderson, Elizabeth A. 164
Anderson, Lorri D. 164
Patricia D. 164
Atkins, Gail M. 164, 77
Austin, John A.
Ayala, Andrea 164
Baecke, Mary C. 13, 70, 71, 165,
47, 49, 50, 239, 217, 216
Bailey, Keith A. 165, 85 .
Bailey, Sandra K. 165
Baker, Kerry A. 165
Baldock, Christian 165
Banks, Errol W. 165
Banks, Linette 165
Bassett, Micheal R. 165
Bazor, Debra J. 166
Bealer, Sue A. 166, 55
Beard, Cindee M. 166
Beaver, Scott A.
Beckstrom, Jill Y. 166
Behrens, Michele L. 166
Bell, Jeanne M. 166, 50, 85
Bell, Kim A. 166
Bell, Rodney D. 166
Belman, Loretta A.
Bender, John M. 166
Bennitt, Harold G. 166
Benson, Theresa J. 166
Berry, Robert M. 166, 47
Betcher, James C. 167
Beverlin, Kristine A. 167, 216
BEE J KT167 f' 1 '
Bodenhamer, Deborah 167
Bond, Susan K. 167
Boots, Sheri L. 167
Boudreau, Paul D. 167, 21
Bowling, Jennifer L. 42, 167
Bowling, Linda S. 162, 167
Branch, Anthony D. 167
Brewer, Steven J. 167, 46, 47, 216
Brooks, James L. II 168
Brown, Charles E. 168
Bruce, Eric E. 168
Burmahl, Beth A. 168
Burton, Donald L. 168
Bustos, Deanna M. 168
Byrd, Larry W. 169
Cain, David R. 13, 109
Caldwell, Marc D. 169, 85
Calsyn, Ann M. 169
Camp, Marshall L. 169
Campbell, John W. 169
Cant, Caralee C. 169
Cardwell, Donna L. 169, 55
Carlson, Richard D. 31, 169, 37, 34, 35
Carlson, Scott J. 169
Carlson, Wendy J. 169
Carmack, Deanna M. 169
Carmack, Thomas L. 170
Carpenter, James A. 170
Castaneda, Deanna R. 170
Catour, Bonnie J. 170, 54
Causemaker, Douglas P. 170, 60, 85, 217
Cauwels, Lorna M. 170
Cavazos, Enrique A. 170
Chapman, Philip A. 170, 50
Cheffer, Roger R. 170
Chipman, William S. 170
Christopher, Mark E. 53
Clark, Brenda L. 170
Clark, Scott A. 170
Clark, Wesley R.
Clevenger, Donald W. 171
Cluney, Terri J. 171
Coleman, Carrie J. 171, 53
Collis, Darrell E. 171
Comeaux, Christopher T. 171, 85
Cones, William L. 171
Cooper, Dana J. 171, 60, 217
Cooper, Deana,J. 171, 24, 49, 77, 217
Cordell, Chris E.
Cordell, Susan L. L71
Cortez, Mario L. 171
Cosgrave, Thomas J. 69, 171, 47, 91
Coutteau, Julie A. 171, 53
Covault, Todd W.
Cowley, Curtis E. 172
Craft, Stnaley A. 172
Crain, Ronald D. 172, 60
Craker, Jodi L. 172, 21, 33, 46, 47, 49,
82, 83, 217, 216, 88 Y
Cranson, Phyllis R. 13, 172, 245, 38
Crawford, Shelly L. 172
Curless, Sharon 172
Danley, Jon P. 172
Daugherty, James R. 42, 172
Davidson, Nancy B. 172
Davis, Randy L.
Davis, Russell S. 172, 78, 217
Debarre, Denise M. 224, 172, 236, 40,
41, 47, 256, 216
Debo, Gregory J. 173, 47, 216
Debowski, Carolyn 75, 74, 173, 148, 49,
Decker, William 173, 54
Decoster, Curtis L: 173, 54
Decrane, Susan L. 173
Dedecker, Melissa J. 123, 222, 173
Dejaegher, Tamare P. 173, 53
Delacruz, Dena L. 173
Demeulemeester, Patrick 174
Demeyer, Cynthia L. 174, 55
Dennhardt, Andrew G. 174
Dennis, Ihoi Efifl, If174T37, ir,
18, 28, 34, 35
Dennison, Julie A. 174
Dennison, Myrna Y, 173
Dernovish, Julie A. 174, 87
Devos, John B, 42, 174, 54
Dh009e, Donald L. 174, 72
Dickinson, Larry M. 174, 47, 85
Dillbeck, Lisa A. 174
Dirck, Michele A. 174, 184, 216
Dohogne, Patrick W. 175, 200, 37, 47,
Dopler, Theresa M. 158, 175, 40, 46
Downey, Beth A. 117, 175, 53
Downing, Bryan T, 175
Duck, Paul D. 175
Dudzik, Michael L. 175
Duke, Toni L. 13, 165, 175
Duncan, James A. 175
Duncan, Steven P. 175
Dunn, Lisa J. 175
Duprey, John E.
Eaves, Edward E. 175
Ellison, David P. 175
Engels, Dina R.
Esterlein, Christine E. 184
Etzel, Todd R. 49, 78, 79, 217
Evans, Debrah A.
Ewing, David A. 85
Farrell, Sean D.
Feller, Amy J. 85, 50
Fillman, Dale 177
Fillmer, Ruth Y. 177
Fisher, Angela R. 177
Floyd, Robert G.
Fluegel, Mary K. 177
Fluegel, Scott D. 177, 47, 48, 60, 85, 217
Ford, Donald R. 177
Foss, John E. 177
Franks, Janice L. 177
Franks, Steven E. 177, 60, 85, 217
Freebern, Craig A. 177, 78, 216
Freeman, Jeffery A. 177
Fuhrer, Jeffrey L. 177
Gallagher, Scott R.
Gant, Margaret A. 178
Garcia, Debra J. 178, 50
Garcia, Harold A. 178
Gardner, Gina L. 8, 123, 178, 208, 28,
40, 41, 256, 89
Gardner, Ruby T. 175, 24, 54
Gates, Terry B. 175
Gavin, Todd A. 175, 72'
Gehant, Jennifer L. 222, 178
Gehn, Jimmy L. 178
George, Harold D.
Girot, Daniel R. 178
Glavborn, Helena '178, 162
Gnaimvongsa, Sisanga 178
Goderis, Daniel R. 71, 179, 20, 21, 46,
47, 49 '
Goings, Donna L. 179
Gomez, Gilbert A.
Gomez, Victoria S. 179, 53
Gonzalez, Fernando 179
Gonzalez, Jesus V. 179, 236, 60
Gonzalez, Maria 179
Goodrich, Esther N. 179, 54
Gould, Sharon A. 179
Grasz, Jody L. 179, 28, 29
Graves, Robert L. 179, 85, 217, 88
Halsey, Linda K. 81, 21
Hamrick, Scott G. 221, 181, 47, 60, 217,
Hanna, Charles M. 181
Harder, Beverly J. 123, 224, 181, 24, 54
Harmon, Deanette E. 181
Harper, Darnell L. 181, 60
Harris, Charles L. 13, 181, 60, 217, 91
Harris, Dale G. 187, 24, 91
Harris, Susan A. 182, 24
Hasenwinkel, Paul D. 182, 20th 32, 37,
28, 29, 34, 35, 46, 216
Hatfield, Kathy L. 182
Hay, Mary F. 182
Hayes, Michael L. 182
Hemphill, Barry M. 182
Hendrix, John E. 182
Herrington, Robin L. 182
Hesser, Joel C. 182
Heston, Teresa S. 182, 24, 54
Hignight, Randy J. 13, 182, 91
Hill, Jerry L. 182
Hill, Julie L. 183
Hill, Micheal J. 13, 83, 48, 49, 60, 217
Hill, Terence A. 183, 49, 91
Hines, James G. 183
Hintze, Shurla S. 183
Hoaglund, John E. 183, 72
Hocker, Ronald K. 183, 47, 216
Hogue, Jeffrey W. 183
Holman, Kirk A. 183
Holmes, Catherine 183
Houchin, Todd J. 183
Howell, Aaron A. 183
Hudson, Lori J. 14, 162, 184, 63, 65, 81
Hughes, Josephine V. 123, 184
Huizenga, lla J. 184, 55
Hull, Levon A, 184
Hull, Sandra L.
Hultman, Bjorn E. 184
Humphrey, Michael S. 184
Hunt, David A. 185, 47, 216
Hunter, Michael A. 185
Huston, John M.
Ingersoll, Steven R. 185
Irby, Pennie S. 185
Ishmael, Carole A. 185
lshmael, Lonna E. 185
Jackson, David E. 185
Jackson, Paul V. 185
Jacobsen, Steven A. 185
Jamieson, Darcie M. 185
Jenkins, Sumner W. 185
Jensen, Diana C. 185, 20
Jessee, Sheila D. 186
Johanson, David A. 186
Beverly D. 186, 208, 77, 217
I ciaywfl w. 123, 186, 55
Johnson, Diane M. 30, 31, 186, 37, 21, 29
Johnson, Hazel M. 186
Johnson, James J. 186
Johnson Jeannine R. 186, 54
Johnson, Leann L. 186
Johnson Mark A. 186, 20, 21, 33, 89
Mark Allen 186
Teresa A. 186, 55
Wendelin M. 186
Green, James B. 179
Green, Julia A. 179
Green, Teresa 180
Joyce A. 75, 74, 77, 217, 180
Rhonda L. 180
Becky L. 180
Grooms, Thomas A. 180, 49, 60
Sherry L. 180, 21
Guinn, George W. Jr. 180, 21
Gutierrez, Maria G. 42, 123, 80, 184, 21
Guzman, Minerva B. 42, 180
Gyenge, Steven C. 180
29912, SIE? AQ80.n- .nn n.
Hakeman, Diane C. 13, 14, 180, 49, 63,
Jones, Carolyn B. 187, 55
Jones, Faith M. 187, 123, 55
Jordan, Stephanie K. 123, 187
Kahley, Todd W. 187
Kalomas, George T. 187
Karasek, Anthony J. 187, 58, 78, 79
Karnes, Donald G. 187
Karnes, Frances V. 187
Karr, Diana V. 69, 187
Kastner, Timothy C. 69, 187, 20, 21, 33,
Kelley, Stacey A. 187
Kelley, 'IlomE.J.87 .1 W- -
Kenney, Dawn M. 187, 55
Kespohl, Dane L. 188, 60
Index - 247
Kester, Karlton A. 188
Key, Michael W. 188
Keyes, Rodney A. 188
Kieffer, Arnold L. 188, 20
Kight, Laura A.
Kight, Lisa A.
Killingsworth, Amy L. 188
King, Carol S. 188 X
Kipp, Dianne M. 188, 52, 56, 256
Kirkhove, Randall J. 188
Kirklin, Brian L. 188
Klauer, Bradley A. 188
Klinginsmith, Michele 188
Klouser, Susan E. 188
Knight, Randy O. 188
Knusden, Anne 189
Koehler, Mark R. 189
Koker, Lynn D. 189, 85
Koser, Gregg S. 13, 189, 47, 72
Krack, Lisa M. 189, 49
Krantz, Michael A. 189, 47, 216
Kratt, Alicia A. 189, 388
Kunzle, Douglas A. 189
Kunzle, James J. 190, 54
Kurtz, Karen L. 190
Kyle, Leonard R. 115, 190
Lacefield, Paul J. 190, 24
Lack, David A. 190
Lamantia, Anthony S. 190
Lamb, James E. 190
Lambrecht, Andrew C. 190
Lampkin, Kimberly D. 190
Lampo, Laura K. 13, 162, 190, 49, 50,
63, 65, 81
Lampo, Steven M. 190, 47, 216
Land, John l. 190
Lane, Marguerite A. 191
Lapaczonek, James A. 191
Larrison, Chris A. 191, 47, 60, 85, 217
Larson, Kimberly J. 191
Lasek, Rick A. 191, 241, 60, 65, 241
Lay, Kathy L. 24
Le, Tuong T. 191
Leibovitz, Theodore M. 191, 60
Lewis, Lorrie M. 191, 55
Lifvergren, Jeanette 220, 191, 21
Lofgren, Ron A. 191
Longbons, Gregory J. 30, 31, 162, 192
37, 21, 18, 34, 35, 47, 216
Lopez, Doris C. 184, 192
Lopez, Joanne F. 192
Lott, Thomas W. 122, 123, 192
Lucas, Brenda S. 192
Luce, Kevin C. 192
Luken, Steven L. .
Lyon, Chad A. 193
Lyon, Kathleen A. 193, 47, 50, 85
Mabe, Karen R. 193
Maldonado, Daniel, A.
Martel, Clarissa A.
Martin, Charles D. 193
Mascaro, Terry L. 193, 85, 89
Mason, Johnny R. 193
Matthews, Matt S. 193
May, Tammy L. 193
McCarthy, Debbie J. 120, 193, 55, 32,
McCash, Jonni M. 123, 193, 54
McClain, Derek S. 193
McCollum, Jessica L. 193
McCray, Kimberly J. 194
McDanel, Rhonda J. 194
McGee, Randy E. 13, 194, 60
McHenry, Elaine T. 194
McKeon, Colleen R. 194, 55
McLaughlin, Perry L. 194
Meade, Constance L. 42, 194
Meguffy, Patrick G. 194
Mehaffy, Marvin D. 194
Melton, Bryant L. 194
Mendoza, James 194
248 - lndex
Merrill, Laurie A. 184, 194, 47, 216
Meyer, Theresa L. 7, 184, 47, sv, 216
Meyers, Reba A. 195
Meyers, seen A. 195, 24, 238, 239, 92,
Miletich, James M. 195, 47, 49, 56, 60
Miller, Paul E. 195
Miller, Terry L.
Mills, Sherry L. 195, 29
Milner, John E. 195
Minteer, Scott A. 195
Mitchell, Tracy L. 195, 20, 21, 33
Mitton, Joetta M. 195, 54
Moline, Carrie L. 195, 21
Moline, Dale R. 195
Moller, Michael J. 196
Mooney, Chris L. 196
Morehouse, Sally A. 196, 24
Moreno, Maria E. 196, 21
Morgan, Jelena L. 196
Morney, Rodney L. 196
Morris, Jennifer L. 68, 196, 48, 49, 217,
Morse, Thomas D. 196
Moseley, Joel A. 196, 72, 217
Mosher, Dennis E. 196, 20, 21
Mueting, Gerald D. 196
Mueting, Richard D. 196
Munoz, Anastacia 197
Murdock, Lisa D. 197
Murrens, David P. 197
Myers, Suzanne M. 197
Nache, Andrew A. 197
Natwick, Mark D. 197, 53
Neaveill, Sheri L. 197
Neff, Stephen S. 197
Nelson, David R. 198, 21
Nelson, Katherine C. 184, 198
Nelson, Martha A. 31, 162, 198, 32, 27,
21, 18, 29, 34, 35
Newton, Kechia P. 13, 198, 55
Nichols, Margaret A. 198, 55
Nickens, Eric M. 198
Noah, Dianne R. 198
O'Connor, Cynthia L. 198
OBrien, Anastasia 198
OBrien, Erin L. 198, 24, 72, 82, 83, 217
Ogle, David J. 71, 198, 217
Oliva, Graciela 198
Oliver, Dave M. 199
Olson, Perry D. 13, 199, 85
Oltman, Kelly E. 13, 17, 199, 245, 50, 85
Oppenheimer, Alan 199
Ostrowski, Christien M. 199
Overmire, Mark A. 199
Owens, Katherine M. 199, 87
Pacheco, Teresa M. 199
Panousis, Sperry C. 199
Parker, Cindy S. 123, 199, 21
Parkhurst, Heidi M. 13, 199
Parnell, Elizabeth M. 199
Peny, u David L. 71, 200, 40, 47, 49, 79,
Passini, Georgann L. 200, 53
Patterson, Rebbeca 200, 54 ,
Pauli, Janis E. 30, 31, 200, 37, 28, 29, 34,
Paxton, Bradley F. 200, 85
Paytash, Lisa A. 13, 181, 200, 38, 47, 50,
51, 63, 81, 216
Pease, Gary W. 31, 201, 37, 34, 35
Pender, Keith A. 201
Penny, Jim lll
Perez, Catherine A.
Peters, Elaine L. 94, 201, 55
Petersen, Stephanie A. 201
Petty, Susan K. 201
Phipps, Juainia G. 201
Pierce, William S. 201
Platt, Randy 201, 55
Plavak, Henry S. 201
Plotner, Terry D.
Plumb, Martin D. 201' I
Porter, Victoria M.
Prettyman, Lynette D. 201, 55
Pulford, Ricky B. 201
Quick, Brian H. 202
Quinones, Marcel M. 7, 13, 202, 78
Raasch, Brad L. 202, 60
Raaska, Kari 69, 202
Rangel, Arthur H. 202
Rangel, Christopher 202
Rangel, Christopher J. 202
Rasmussen, Brenda K. 202, 38, 40, 41,
46, 47, 256, 216 '
Rasso, Tracey A. 202
Rea, Maria 202
Ream, Patrick N. 202, 49, 60
Reasby, Zina K. 202
Reeves, Charles T. 5, 203..
Reger, Laurie J. 203
Resetich, Ross M. 203
Reyna, Jeff G. 203, 85
Ricemagi, Christine A. 203, 21, 216
Ricke, LuAnn 203
Ricke, Neal J.
Robbins, Rebecca S. 203
Robinson, Martin C. 203, 54
Rodgers, Darrell E. 31, 203
Rogers, Ronald M. 203
Rose, Archie C.
Rose, Cynthia M. 203
Ruhl, Donald E. 204
Russ, Jerry D. 204, 24
Rutledge, Tracy L.
Ryan, Maryann E. 204, 47
Ryherd, Sue 204
Saey, Jeffery P. 18, 204, 57, 60, 89
Sanders, Carolyn J. 204, 54
Sanders, Jill A. 69, 204, 49, 90
Sanders, Stephen M. 204, 49, 60, 89
Sandoval, Joseph D. 204
Sandoval, Mark A. 204, 49, 60
Sandoval, Sammy J. 204, 48, 53
Savala, Laura T. 204
Schaeffer, Michael K. 205
Schaeffer, William R. 205, 60, 85, 217, 88
Schilling, Kurt A.
Schmidt, Georgia L. 205
Schofield, Tracy L. 205, 155
Schroeder, Richard A. 205
Schulte, Bruce D. 205
Schultz, Gary J. 205
Scott, James K. 205
Scott, Sheryl 206
Scott, Timmy 206
Sears, James B. 206
Setterdahl, Christer L. 206
Severtsgaard, Jodi L. 206, 55
Shamsie, Donald L. 206, 85
Shamsie, Ron D. 206, 54
Shappard, Darryl J. 31, 206, 36, 37, 35,
Sharp, James R. 206
Sheley, Joseph A. 206, 53
Shelton, Kausunda S.
Shivers, Lasaundra G 13, 14, 206, 20,
24, 33, 49, 50
Sides, Mark A. 206
Sierra, Barbara A. 207
Sierra, Lydia M. 207
Simms, Kimberly A. 207
Simons, Robert A.
Simpson, Trisha A.
Skiles, Rhonda L. 207
Skinner, Nina L. 207
Slaughter, Kimberly R. 207, 54
Smart, Julie R. s, 75, 207, 24, as, 41,
Snyder, Joanna K. 207
Soliz, Julia A. 207
Soliz, Stella 207
Sonneville, Lori M. 207, 21
Sparrowgrove, James E.
Spears, Ronald F. 123, 207
Speer, Louise M.
Spencer, Marilyn S. 31, 208
Spencer, Roscoe E. 208, 60
Spicer, Katherine L. 208
Staab, Jayne M. 208, 53
Stamatoukos, Theodora 208
Stambaugh, Brenda L. 20
Stauffacher, Lynn M. 41, 209
Stephenson, Ann L. 209, 121
Stingley, Pamela S. 209
Stogdell, Cheryl A. 209
Stone, Ronald A. 209
Stoner, Todd L. 209
Streeter, Jeffery R. 209
Stumphy, Dan G. 8, 209, 60, 60
Summers, Stephen P. 209
Swanson, Scott R. 209
Tapia, Mark A. 209
Tapscott, Penny 209, 54
Tate, Robert C. 210
Taulbee, Scott K. 210, 24, 47, 216
Taylor, Scott T. 210
Teager, Mitzi 210
Teel Jr., Harold L.
Tennant, Kim E. 210, 85
Terronez, Lydia A. 210
Terronez, Manuel l. 210
Terronez, Mathew L. 68, 69,
Thomas, Timothy A. 210
Tinker, Vern A. 210
Tittsworth, Sandra D. 210
Toliver, Michael L. 210
Tolliver, Kurt A. 211
Townsell, David 211
Traylor, Mary E. 31, 211, 24, 37, 28, 34,
Tribbett, William L. 211, 54
Tribble, Lisa P. 211
Turner, Carolyn K. 75, 74, 211, 217, 54
Turner, James L. 211
Turnipseed, Kimtoryia 211
Tworek, Cheryl A. 69, 123, 20, 33, 49,
217, 211, 90
Utley, Dawn M. 211
Uzzell, Karen 211
Vanhecke, Gregory M. 13, 236, 49, 60,
Vanhouten, Marisean L. 212
Vanklavem, Robin L. 212, 89
Vantieghem, Shari L. 212
Vanvooren, Robert A. 69, 1
Verlinden, Carrie A. 212
Vershaw, Harry C. 212
Via, Judy S. 212
11, 212, 49,
Volk, Christine K. 42, 212, 21, 29
Vyncke, Joel F. 31, 212, 35
Vyncke, Julie L. 212, 21, 47, 50, 85, 216
Vyncke, Kelly M. 7, 69, 212,
Vyncke, Kerrie T. 69, 212,
48, 49, 217,
49, 217, 90
Waeyaert, Timothy S. 13, 213, 49, 60,
Wallace, Shawn P. 213, 53
Walton, Deanitra R.
Ward, Lori A. 213
Ward, Robin K. 213
Waters, Jane E. 213
Watson, Robert 213, 91
Webster, David C. 213
Weideman, Rick A. 213
Weighall, Ricky L. 213
Wells, Melody M. 213, 50
Welsh, Michael J. 213, 53
Wesolowski, Terry A. 213, 55
Wessels, Bradley S. 214
Weston, Lori A. 214
Wheeler, Kathleena K. 214
Whitehair, Kevin L. 214, 85
Whitney, Gaye L. 214, so, 256 l
Willett, Dawn M. 214
Williams. Robert T. 214
Williams, Scott A. 2141
Williams, Sherrie L. 214, 20, 21, 33, 49,
Wilson, David R.
Winger, Paula S. 214
Winthurst, Allen L.
Winthurst, Diana L. 214, 54
Wise, Thomas P. 214
Wolf, Beth A. 215, 55
Wolfe, Lynette M. 13, 215, 87
Womack, Dwain J. 215
Woodhurst, Dawn R. 215
Woods, Christine M. 215, 48, 49, 90, 91
Woods, Wellington W. 71, 215, 239
Zagert, Lisa A. 215
Zesiger, Robert D. 215
Ziegler, Debra K. 215
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29, 34, 47, 216
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Ackland, Lloyd R. 126, 60
Ackley, Carla, 126
Adams, Jacqueline E. 126
Adams, Jesse C. 126
Aderum, Hans 126
Akers, Terri L. 126, 123
Albrecht, Deanna R. 126
Floyd, Elizabeth A. 129
Alexander, Lynn W.
Allcock, Kevin L. 126
Allensworth, Shari L. 126, 31, 21, 55
Anders, Tina M. 126, 55
Anderson, Lisa J. 126
Anderson, Robert J. 126
Andries, George 136
Angelos, John D. 126 '
Apperson, Lani K. 126, 29, 34
Arch, Darla D. 126, 31, 224, 85
Argeros, Anthony G. 126, 44
Armstrong, Elizabeth M. 126, 74, 85
Arvanitis, Steve J. 126, 20, 21, 33
Ashbrook, Stuart G. 126
Ashenhurst, Stephany L.
Ayala, Angelo l. 126
Ayala, Annadelia M. 126
Bailey, Jennifer A. 126, 70, 71, 49
Balluff, Kristi A. 126, 21
Barnes, Elizabeth A. 126, 42
Batye, Angela R. 126, 42
Bealer, Kelly L. 126 .
Beard, Brenda K. 126
Beaver, Michele D. 126, 55
Becht, Rodney L. 126
Beechamp, Richard A. 126
Behreni Vance K. 126, 60, 66
Beintema, John S. 126
Benson, Cheryl A. 126
Berhenke, Chris A.
Bernand, William G. 127
Bert, Michael J. 127
Berthoud, Daniel L. 127
Beyhl, Sara N.'127, 74, 85
Billings, Douglas T. 127
Birley, Richard V. 127
Bivens, Alfred J. 127
Blomberg, Diane K. 127
Bogaert, Kim G. 127, 51
Bohannon, Devin J. 127
Bolton, John F. 127, 69, 85
Bonilla, Phil V. 127
Bonow, Kelly L. 127
Bosanac, Steven C. 127
Bowers, Lisa A. 127
Boyer, .Jerry D. 127
Bradley, Linda A. 127, 129, 49, 51, 93
Brand, Wesley B. 127
S. 122 . .-
Britt, Rebecca L.
Brown, Duane S. 127
Brunton, Julie L. 127
Bugh, Kathryn L. 127
Bull, Wendy G. 127, 52
Burgess, Shirley J. 127
Burgin, Penny L. 127
Burklund, Janette A. 127
Burnett, David L. 127
Burton, Cheryl L. 155
Burwell, Bob W. 127
Butcher, Michael D. 127, 60
Calderon, Michael A. 127
Caldwell, Marcy L. 127, 85
Calsyn, Raymond J. 127
Campagna, Micheal J. 127
Campbell, Larenda S. 127, 75, 74, 87, 89
Canfield, Connie L. 127
Cant, Wendy E. 127
Cantu, Norma 127
Carlson, Kevin A. 127
Camiole, James W. 127
Carr, Robbie C. 127, 78, 91
Carter, Daniel L. 127, 134
Castaneda, Manuel J. 127, 21
Catour, Mary C. 127, 123, 21, 54
Cervantes, Lisa D. 127, 49, 77, 89
Chandler, Deena M. 127
Charlson, John N. 127, 60
Cheffer, Todd A. 127
Chick, Lori L. 127, 42
Christensen, Doug 127
Christensen, Rodney L. 127
Christian, Edwin M. 127
Clark, Gregory M. 127, 92, 93
Clark, Sandra G. 127
Clark, Scott E. 127, 21
Classen, Jeffrey A. 127, 21
Clevenger, Jane A. 127
Collins, Christine A. 127, 81
Collinson, Victoria S. 127
Cones, Theresa A. 127
Conley, Sherin 127
Connolly, Elizabeth B. 127, 75, 74, 49
Contreras, Sergio 127
Cook, Melissa S. 127
Cooper, Douglas W. 128, 60
Copeland, Jack P. 128
Copeland, James D. 128
Corbin, Alan J. 128, 21, 33
Cornmesser, Annette N. 128
Correa, Fabian 128
Cowley, Christophe? JZ 128
Craft, Susan E. 128
Crawford, Tom M. 128
Crockett, Vonda L. 128
Cross, Lawrence J. 128, 31, 37, 21, 34,
Crouse, Christine A. 128
Cuerington, Crystal L. 128, 208, 20, 21,
33, 50, 51
'Qiphers Joseph K." '
Dalton, Peter A. 128
Daniels, Julie L. 128
Darr, David D. 128
Davis, Arnold E. 128, 42, 43, 61, 73, 256,
Davis, Kimberly L. 128, 21
Davis, Leann M. 128
Davis, Sharon K. 128
Deal, Barbara S. 128, 21, 55
Decker, Danial T. 128, 60
Dedecker, Michelle R. 128
Deemer, Alan H. 128
Defauw, David W. 128
Degraeve, Jill R. 128, 123, 21
Degryse, Bettie A. 128
Delille, Michael J. 128
Demeulemeester, John R. 128
Demeulenaere, Amy A. 128
Demeulenaere, Robin R. 128
Dennis, Robert H. 128 -
Depauw, Melinda G. 128, 24, 37, 29, 34,
35 WH .
Deporter, Brian L. 128, 60
Deppe, Stephen J. 128
Desherow, Amy L. 128, 55, 85
Desmet, Donna T. 128, 69
Dickie, Laura D. 128, 82
Diehl, Hoyt B. 128
Dillon, Barbara L.
Donovan, Brian G. 128, 142
Dopler, Dennis D. 128
Dorman, Tara L. 128
Doyle, Kimble H. 128
Draper, Angela J. 128, 29
Duckett, Scott G. 128
Duncalf, Julie A. 128, 42
Duncan, Christine M. 128, 123, 21, 93
Dunsworth, Stacey D. 128
Dursky, Trudy A. 128, 54
Eaves, Sherry A. 128
Ebalo, Susan J. 128, 129, 69, 21, 51
Eklof, Rebecca G. 128, 53
Eldridge, Mark R. 128, 21
Emerick, David L. Jr. 128
Engeman, Robert E. 128
Engholm, Michael 128
Engstrom, Joseph 12,8
Ethridge, Brenda K. 128, 55
Evans, Julie L. 128, 21
Fentem, Eric J. 128, 69
Ferguson, Michael S. 128, 70, 71
Finch, Pamela J. 128, 52
Harmening, Daniel W. 130, 21
Harrington, Jamie D. 130
Harris, Lisa L. 130, 123
Harris, Russell C. 130
Harris, Shawn W. 130, 60
Hawotte, Douglas T. 130
Hayes, Laureen M. -30, 30, 31, 42, 37.
29, 33, 35, 44
Hendrix, Don J.
Henry, Keith W. 130 .
Hernandez, Claire D. 130, 69, 51
Hewitt, Candace N. 130
Heydeman, Patrick R. 130
Hignight, Martin S. 130
Hill, Nancy A. 130
Hill, Ronda W. 130
Hill, Sharon K. 130, 31, 37, 34, 35
Firth, Robin A. 128, 31, 37, 29, 34, 35,44
Fish, Jonathon O. 129
Fisher, Robert S. 129, 60, 85, 88, 91
Flores, lrene 129
Flowers, Regina R. 129, 208, 49
Hinton, Laronda R. 130
Hoaglund, Janice E. 130, 30, 224
Hofstetter, Scott E. 130
Holland, Judith A. 130
Holman, Tracey L. 130, 123
Hosford, Kristine R. 130, 72, 73
Housholder, Robin R. 130, 75, 74, 51, 89
Howard, Susan M. 130
Hugaert, Gina K. 130
Hulting, Daniel L. 130
Hungate, Bridgett M. 130, 123
Hunt, Donald A. 130
Huston, Kevin C.
Hutten, Lynn A. 130, 21, 54
Inglis, Wendy S. 130
Jackson, Jim M. 130
Foltz, Jerry C. 129, 85
Foster, Kenneth E. 129
Fowler, Teresa C. 129, 55, 85
Francois, Melissa A. 129, 85
Franks, Billy L. 129
Frederick, Beverly J. 129, 21
Fredrickson, Kelly J.
Freers, Teri J. 129, 27, 29
Fuqua, Joe C. 129, 20, 21, 33
Gallaugher, Joel R. 129
Garcia, Lori A. 129, 52
Garcia, Sylvia 24
Garrett, Joyce 129, 52
Garrett, Peggy 'E. 129, 93
Garrett, Theresa L.
Garza, Phyllis L. 129, 117
Gavin, Daniel J. 129, 72
Gehn, Michael E. 129
Gibbs, David A.
Giles, Leda J.
Gillespie, Charles B. 129
Gilson, Terri R. 129
Glanz, John M.
Glaub, Gregory S. 129
Glenn, Michelle J. 129
Goebel, Greg"L. 129
Goeden, Robert G. 129
Gonzalez, Ernestina 129
Gonzalez, Guadalupe 129
Gottsch, Craig A. 129
Gottwalt, John G. 129
Gould, Sheila M. 129
Granell, Barbara J. 129 ,
Jackson, Vernessa M. 130, 49
Jacobs, James P. 131, 60
Jacobsen, David E. 131
James, Jeffrey D. 131, 28, 29, 34, 35
Jensen, Dexter A. 131, 31, 37, 20, 21.
34, 35, 44
Jett, Jesse 131
Bradley E. 131
Johnson Brent A. 131, 24
Johnson, James W. 131, 60
Johnson, Michele C. 131
Johnson Ranell A. 131
Jones, Jeri J. 131, 29, 55
Jones, Joe E. 131
Jones, Twyla R. 131
Karben, William J. 131, 69
Karlsson, Sue A. 131, 54
Karr,'David A. 131
Kays, Robert L. 131
Gray, Nathan G. 129, 123
Green, Deana M. 129
Green, Jerry A. 129
Green Patricia D.
Green, Raymond E. 129
Green, Teresa L. 129
Greer, Brian T. 129
Greer, Doug A. 129
Gregory, James 129
Grenier, Rebecca L. 129, 31, 28, 29
Grimm, Traci R. 129, 24 '
Grypp, Babette K. 129
Haecherl, James W.
Hagerman, Dennis F. 130
Hand, Jill M. 130, 72, 85
Hanlin, Brent T. 130, 49, 51, 92, 93
Harbaugh, Kelly A. 130 '
Keim, Dave J. 131, 160
Kelley, Carol L.
Kelley, Cindy L. 131, 54
Kelly, Krista E. 131
Kelly, Troy K. 131
Kennedy, Renee L. 131
Kerr, Theresa M. 131
Kerschieter, Kerry M. 131
Kight, Cheryl L. 131
Killian, Sondra G.
King, Yolanda M. 131
Kipp, Judy A. 131
Koch, Eudora L. 131
Kolls, Corey L. 131
Koser, Daniel K. 131, 72
Kouski, Tammy E. 131, 52
Kryzanek, David R. 131
Kyle, Lynette Y. 131
Lack, John M. 131
Lackey, Suzanne 131
Lampo, Kevin R. 131, 69
Landrith, Alicia J. 131
Lannoo, Sean S. 131
Larson, Gregg E. 131, 31, 124, 37, 35,
Larson, Jeffrey A. 131
Laud, Cherise D. 131
Lawver, Robert C. 131
Laxy, Christine M. 131
LaymanfJo A. 131...,s,-.
Layne, Steven W. 131, 123
Leahy, James J. 131, 42, 43
Lee, Neng 131
Lemmon, Joellyn R. 131, 74
Scott D. 131
Lentz, Todd R. 131
Anthony W. 131, 77
Benlta K. 131
Larry 131, 53
Sharon L. 131
Jarle R. 130, 131
Loduca, Joseph A. 131
Laura M. 131, 87
Bryan D. 131
Mario E. 131
Jeffrey K. 131, 241, 60, 64,
Michael W. 131, 60
Lowder, Vonda V. 131
Lubbe, Charles D. 131
Gerald E. 132
Louis L. 132
Lundie, Stephanie A. 132
Lupinski, John W. 132, 33
Lyon, Brett D. 132
Mace, Penny S. 132, 52
Manley, Curtis J. 132, 92, 93
Mann, Bradley R. 132, 68, 69, 78
Marr, Lue A. 132
Marshall, Beth M. 132, 103, 93
Marshall, Jody L. 132
Martin, Brad D. 132, 21
Martin, Charles L. 132
Masias, Deborah C. 132, 55
May, Tracey D. 132, 52
McBride, Lori A. 132, 42
McCabe, Brett J. 132, 20, 21, 33
McClure, Andy L. 132, 53
McCollum, Claire L. 132, 22, 73
Mclntire, Scott T. 132
McKay, Kelly J. 132
McKay, Sean A. 132
McSwain, Mary L 132, 53
Valerie F. 132, 123
Medhaug, Deann C. 132, 54
Mee, Larry D. 132, 58, 91
Meineke, John R. 8, 132
Merideth, Jill M. 132, 77, 89
Bruce A. 132, 31, 37, 44
Miles, Kenton D. 132, 91
Miller, Donald L. Jr. 132, 85
Miller, Jon E. 132, 40, 41, 256
Miller, Laurie R. 132
Anita M. 132, 21
Mitchell, Paul P. 132, 69
Mixer, Bryan E. 132
Mohr, Christine M. 132, 51, 52, 85
Kristine A. 132
Moraetes, Daniel G. 132
Moreno, Luis S. 132, 21
Moreno, Mary E. 132
Moreno, Victor M. 132
Morrow, Wendy K. 132
Motsinger, Robin C. -32
Moua, Bao 132
Mountain, Susan D. 132
Mueller, Elizabeth A. 132
Mulvania, Robin L. 132
Daniel J. 132
Murrison, Chris R. 132
Neff, Brian J. 132, 85
Neff, Brian J. 132, 85
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Nelson, Brian R. 132, 53
BrianL 132 12 21, 33
Nelson, Robert J. 132
Zina L. 132
Nevin, Phillip J. 132, 53
Nevins, Laura L. 132
Newberg, Sloan 132
Niebres, Caroline 132
Noah, Kristina K. 132
Nolan, Jeff A. 132
Nordholm, Ericka L. 132
Normoyle, Tim J. 132, 40, 60, 85, 256
Norris, Doug 21
Nourse, William D. 132
Nowatzki, Scott M. 133
Ochoa, Francisco J. 133
Ohrberg, Harold E. 133
Olson, Kari L. 133, 90
Olver, Terry G. 133
Overmire, Brian J. 133, 60
Papish, Martin L. 149, 72
Paris, Pamela D. 133
Park, Emmer-E. 133
Parker, Brenda L. 133
Parker, Michele S. 133, 77
Parker, Stanley J. 133
Paskvan, Judy I. 133, 21, 93
Pasley ll, David A. 130, 133, 37, 35, 40,
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Pauley, Curt E. 133
Paxson, Scott E. 133, 60
Paxton, Michael W. 133, 85
Peel, Linda H. 133
Pena, lsreal M. 133
Penca, Matthew J. 133
Penfold, Cindy 133, 245, 21, 20
Perkins, Thomas M. 133, 21
Peterson, Murel K. 133
Petty, James R. 133
Phillips, Robert D. 133
Pierce, Wayne F. 133
Piersall, Tialinda L. 133
Pisman, Christopher R. 133
Pittman, Jacquelyn A. 133, 208
Plavak, Thomas P. 133
Plotner, Gary A. 133
Ponce, Kevin E. 133
Popp, Julie A. 133
Porter, Anthony 133
Praught, Bryan L. 133
Prettyman, Richard D. 133, 68, 69, 21, 91
Pruett, Roy G.
Puentes, Jacqueline 133, 31, 123, 37, 29,
Pulford, Anthony L. 133
Pustelnik, Todd A. 133
Putt, Kenny L.
Pyevich, Pamela A. 133
Pyles, Jeffrey L. 133
Quinones, Alex J. 133, 72
Ramos, Araceli S. 134, 123
Rangel, Deneen L. 134
Rangel, Ronnie 134, 60
Rangel, Ruben 134
Rangel, Stephen 134
Rankin, Kimberly S. 134
Reddish, Ben 134
Reed, Luwanna R. 134, 52
Reedy, Ronda S. 134
Reeves, Tracy E. 134
Reger, Julie M. 134, 24
Reyna, Bruno L. 134, 85
Reynolds, John C. 134, 245, 60, 85
Rhodes, Leonard W. 134
Rice, Lori A. 134
Richmond, Loren L. 134 .
Riley, Jennifer L. 134
Robertson, Gary D. 137
Rodriguez, Juan A. 134, 69, 21
Roeder, Mary J. 134
Roesner, Mary K. 134
Ruby, David W. 134
Rumburg, Roberta L. 134
Rusk, Lisa A. 134
Ruthey, Mia B. 134
Rutledge, Kimberly A. 134
Sajovec, Louis J. 134
Sakas, George C. 13, 126, 134, 35, 44
Sanderson, Richard A. 134
Sandoval, Tiffany P. 134, 55
Sandoval, Tina 134
Satre, Thomas S. 134
Savala, Yvonne S. 134, 75, 74, 49, 77, 89
Scarsdale, Ronda M. 134
Schadt, Diane R. 134
Schaecher, Brenda L. 135, 54
Schellenberg, Mark S. 135
SchJschel, Dean W.
Schneider, Scott P. 135, 60
Schultz, Theresa A. 135
Schutz, Debra J. 135
Schwartz, Brian K. 135
Scott, Renee E. 135
Scott, Timothy R. 135
Sedgwick, Donna A. 135, 77
Segers, Michael D. 135
Selander, Shari A. 135
Senatra, Jeffrey A. 135
Shaner, Lisa J. 135
Shannon, Jodie A. 135
Shaw, Rickey D. 135, 76, 101, 88
Sheehan, Jerri L. 135, 24
Shelangouski, John G. 135
Shelton, Lashun 135, 54
Shivers, Laiohnna L. 129, 135, 21, 51
Sierra, Alexander 135, 123, 91
Skinner, Joseph R. 135
Smart, Gregory S. 135, 72
Smith, David N. 135, 60
Smith, Rebecca L. 135
Smith, Rodger G. 135
Smith, Sharon B. 135
Smith, Sherri A. 135
Smith, Vonnie M.
Snyder, Timothy J. 135, 60
Somner, Renee L. 135
South, William A. 135
Speer, Patricia A. 135
Sproul, Peter W. 135, 71, 78
Spurgetis, Shelley A. 135
St. Clair, Shelley D. 135
Stacey, Edward W. 135
Stang, Michael J. 135, 60
Steele, Sylvia L. 135
Steiner, Valerie A. 135
Stephens, Tina M. 135
Stogsdill, Donald J. 135
Stone, Julie A. 135
Stoneking, Gary A. 135, 54
Stout, Marguerita A. 135
Stover, Vicki S. 135
Streitmatter, Steven L. 135
Struss, Risa J. 135
Suess, Angela C. 135, 30, 31, 37, 3
Sunderland, Thomas M.
Sutton, Kerry W. 135, 41, 256
Sutton, Steven G. 135
Swan, Lynn M. 135, 55
Swanson, Melissa J. 135, 35, 46
Sweat, James H. 135
Sweeney, Peter M. 135
Swinburn, Thomas M. 135
Tallman, Melissa A. 135
Tarrant, Donald R. 135
Taylor, John T. 135
Teague, Catherine A. 135, 49
Teague, Lisa D. 135, 21
Teneyuque, Eva 135
Terrell, Steven L.
Thao, Su 135
Thomann, Robert F. 135
Thomson, Lynn E. 135, 62, 81
Thrope, Mark 136
Tidwell, Alan J. 136
Tiemeier, Christopher M. 136, 85
Toland, Jeff A. 136
Tomes, Brenda S. 136, 21
Torok, Patricia L. 136, 52 '
Tripp, David P. 136, 69
Trout, Donald G. 136, 85
Tuttle, Corey A. 136
Utter, Alan S. 136
. Webb, Gene C. 136, 30, 31, 37,
Utter, Micheal J. 136 .
Vallejo, Renee J. 136
Vandeheede, James J. 136, 71, 78, 81
Vandewiele, Sue A. 136, 63, 81
Vanopdorp, Lee D. 136, 60
VanPaemel, Daren L. 136
Vanwatermeulen, Florian 136
Vanzanten, Debra J. 136, 72, 73
Vershaw, Richard A. 136
Versluis, Karen J. 136 .
Vervaecke, Donald T. 136
Vincent, Brad D. 136, 60
Voorhis, Christopher A. 136
Waeyaert, Donna L. 129, 136, 51, 52, 85,
Waite, Billy L. 136
Waite, Steven D. 136, 53
Walker, Carie L. 136, 49, l7, 89
Walker, Joyce A. 136, 52
Walker, Kim 136, 69
Walker, Wayne L. 136
Wallarab, Kim D. 136
Walz, Teresa J. 136, 85
Ward, Chris A. 136
Ward, Michael S. 136
Ward, Rhonda K. 136
Watford, Gwendolyn J.
Watts, Tonya F. 136
Webb, Theresa M. 136
Weber, Wanetta J. 136, 85
Weiss, Dennis W. 136
Wells, Brian E. 136
Wells, Kammy A. 136, 122
Wells, Marvin E. 136, 20, 21, 33
Wheeler, Tammy A. 136
White, Lori L. 136
White, Robert G. 136
Whitehair, Kelly J. 136
Whiteside, Douglas M. 136, 31, 37, 20
18, 21, 34, 35, 44
Whitney, Scott A. 136
Willeford, Diana K. 136
Williams, Kevin A. 136
Williams, Kimberly A. 136
-Williams, Lori K. 136, 44
Williams, Michael W. 136, 24
Willoughby, David A. 136
Wilson, Anthony 136, 78
Wilson, Dennis W. 136
Wilson, Jill M. 136, 21
Winger, James F. 136
Wisely, Jody L. 136
Womack, Darren J. 136
Wood, Laura M. 136
Woodruff, Karen J. 136, 93
Woodyard, Steven R. 137, 60
Wright, James M. 137
Wright, Jerry W. 137
Xlong, Ly 137
Yang, Pheng 137
Yeager, Jeffery T. 137
Yerkey, Jeffrey C. 137
Young, Amy M. 137, 82, 83
Young, Stephanie L. 137, 85
Zalewski, Kenneth E. 137, 20, 21, 33
Zerbonia, James S. 137
Zimmerman, Michael S. 137, 60, 85
Adamson, Darrin A. 30
Adkins, Pamela D. 138
Adlfinger, Albert C. 138
Aguirre, Rebecca L. 138, 31, 26, 34, 35
Alaniz, Ruben R. 138, 62
Ales, Linda A. 138
Allcock, Kimberly D. 138
Allensworth, Michelle D. 138, 31, 21
Althiser, Pamela D. 138
Amador, Kirk 138
Anderson, Billie S. 21, 138
Chandler, Denise L. 139
Anderson, Douglas B. 138
Anderson, lrene C. 138
James E. 138
Anderson, Jeffery E. 138
Anderson, Jeffery S.
Anderson, Milton L. 138
Anderson, Renee E. 138
Andrew, John M. 138
Anton, Elizabeth L. 138
Arch, Dorinda D. 138, 86
Arvanitis, George J. 138, 21, 62
Atwater, Rebella A. 138, 69, 21, 90, 91
Atwell, Dean R. 138
Ayala, Amelia J. 138
Baker, Jennifer 138
Ball,,Kelli L. 138
Balluff, Mark E. 138
Banks, Brent A. 138
Barnes, Tony E. 138, 62, 81
Barr, Michael W. 138, 62
Bartsch, Eric M. 138
Batye, Paula S. 138
Beasley, Mark T. 138
Beaver, Todd E. 138
Beckley, Kimberly 149, 122
Beckman, Laura J. 139, 21
Beedlow, Michael A. 139, 21
Behymer, Eric J. 139, 21
Bell, Charles R. Jr. 139
Bergevin, David L. Jr. 139, 21
Bergmann, Jeri D. 139
Berry, Eric 21
Bert, Kathleen F. 139
Betcher, Julie L. 139
Beverlin, Mark G. 139, 85
Billings, Kristine K. 139
Blackwell, Ronald L.
Blake, Dawn C. 139
Bobb, Johnny M.
Bokros, Lori S. 139, 37, 35, 72
Bond, Tamara L. 139, 77
Bost, Pamela J. 139, 122, 51
Boughton, James E. 139
Bourn, Randall R. 139
Bramucci, Patrick D. 139
Brand, Brenda L. 139
Brand, Louis E. 139
Braud, Charlotte, R. 139, 31, 124,
Bray, Charles A. 139, 72
-Brewer, Edward L. 139, 21
Brown, Richard L. 139
Buckallew, Terry E. 139
Buckley, Kimberly A. 139
Buhrmester, Robin L. 139
Bui, Tuan A. 139
Bull, Dean L. 139
Burklund, Brad M. 139, 26, 62,
Burns,fJulie A. 139, 51, 93
Burrell, Kimberly R. 139
Burton, Kimberly J. 139
Cacari, Christopher M. 139
Calderon, Christopher J. 139
Caldwell, Michele L. 139, 34, 35
Caldwell, Tina M. 139, 122
Caleo, Janice A. 139, 93
Calhoun, David L. 139
Camp, Jessie A. 139
Campbell, Rhonda G.
Carey, Delbert L.
Carey, Kelly K. 139, 26, 82
Carr, Tina M. 139
Causemaker, Karlene M. 138, 139, 26, 86
Cauwels, Mark E. 139
Cervantes, Rick D. 139, 68, 85
Chanay, Lori L. 139, 31, 37, 26, 84, 35,
Charlson, James N. 139
Chatman, Devlin D. 139
Cheffer, Cynthia A. 139, 26
Clark, William E. 26
Classen, Lisa A. 139, 122
Clay, Paula E. 139 '
Clemmons, Andrea K. 139
Cole, Charles N. 139
Cole, Tracy R. 139
Coleman, Roberta R. 139
Collins, Denise A. 139
Collins, James R. 139, 27, 85
Cook, Michelle R. 139
Cornell, David L. 139, 27
Correa, Alfredo 139
Correa, Guadalupe S. 139, 21
Cox, James H. 139, 31, 37, 34, 35, 38, 44
Crabtree, Steven R. 139, 62, 85
Crain, Rhonda C. 140
Crimmins, Timothy R. 14-, 26
Cronkleton, Peggy S. 140
Cross, Melody M. 140, 122, 41, 73, 83,
Cullett, George E.
Cullett, Gerald E. 140, 21
Cullison, Ryan B. 140
Cullison, Wayne D. 140
Cumberworth, Charlotte 140
Cunningham, Rich A.
Dalton, Timothy J. 140, 124, 26, 51
Davis, James L. 140, 26, 62, 85
Davison, Andrea S. 140, 21, 35, 44, 82
Davison, Brian L.
Decap, Joseph R. 140
Decker, Mary K. 140, 74, 26
Decrane, Jeffrey A. 140
Deelsnyder, Becky L. 140
Deffenbaugh, Douglas J. 140
Dehamer, Pamela J. 140, 77
Dejaegher, Joseph A. 140, 79, 81
Delrio, Ramon J. 140, 62
Demay, Badley J. 140, 62, 85
Demeyer, Daniel A. 140
Dennis, Jasper F. 140
Depaepe, Susan L. 140
Deppe, Lori L. 140
Deppe, Richard E. 140
Derammelaere, Chris B. 140
Derby, David D. 140
Desmet, Cheryl A. 140, 141, 51, 81
Dewitt, Rhonda L. 140
Dickinson, Cindy K. 140
Dobereiner, Christopher 14th 26, 78
Dobrinske, Doug W. 140, 81
Dooley, Jimmy B. 140
Downing, Bruce T.
Dravis, Susan L. 140, 20, 86
Drews, Douglas D. 140
Duncan, Barbara P. 140, 77
Duncan, Christopher P. 140, 62
Durbin, Jeffrey W. 140
'Duyveionck, Duane S. 140 '
Dzekunskas, Rebecca L. 140
Eagles, Christine R. 140
Eamest, John T. 140
Eggerichs, Allan L. 140
Eklof, Roger G. 140
Emery, Kristen L. 140, 26, 38, 87, 241,
Emmendorfer, Michele A. 140
Engholm, Cindy M. 140, 26
Erickson, Dianne M. 140
Esparza, Roselind M. 140
Evans, Anna S. 140
Evans, Kedrick J. 140, 81
Evans, Mike A. 140
Fells, Brett L. 140
Ferguson, Steve D. 140
Fetterer, Michael A. 140
Fickes, Mark E. 140, 21
Fiebig, Rhonda L. 140, 72
Finch, Terri L. 140
Findahl, Mark D. 140, 115, 62
Fish, Amy p. 140, 21
Clark, Charles O. 139, 62, 81
Clark, Tina M. 139, 91
Fisher, Pamela S. 140, 27
Flores, Angelica M. 141
Flowers, Karen L. 141
Fluegel, Robin K.. 141
Foiles, Michael A. 141
Foltz, Larresa A, 141
Fonger, Brian K, 141
Frazelle, Patrick S.
Frederick, Charles D. 141
Friend, Mark E. 141
Frutos, Yolanda M. 141
Garcia, Stephen D. 141,26
Gardner, Ronald L. 141, 21, 62
Garland, Kimberlee D.
Garr, Sadonna L. 141
Garrett, Paula M. 141, 86
Gaughan, Thomas 141, 31, 34
Getty, Pamela M. 141, 87
Gibbon, Shelly L. 141, 26, 49, 72
Glenn, Brenda A. 141
Gomez, Anthony L. 141
Gonzalez, Miguel 141
Goodrich, Harold D. 141
Goodwin, Patricia M.
Gore, Alan S.
Graham, Tracey J. 141, 72 .
Gramling, Daniel E. 141
Green, Denise D. 141
Green, Kathy L. 141, 26
Griffin, Kerri M.
Grimes, Tammy L. 141
Gripp, Howard L. 141
Grumadas, Tina M.
Guinn, Rabecca R. 141
Gunneman, Jill R1 141
Hacker, Brian L. 141, 26, 62, 85
Haecherl, Michelle L. 141
Hahn, Richard M. 141
Hamric, Michael W. 141
Haney, Kristi S. 141, 122
Hang, Houa 141
Hansen, James G.
Harker, Bradley A. 141, 81
Harrington, Frank W.
Harris, Candace E. 141
Harris, Lashonda L. 141, 77
Harris, Robin L. 141, 21, 72
Hart, Christa l. 141, 77
Harvey, Timothy J. 141
Hasenjaeger, David M. 141
Hatfield, Dawn M.
Hathcock, Shari L. 141
Hay, Jesusita A.
Hayden, Charles R. 141
Hays, Tamara L.
Heald, Jo A. 142, 26
Heath, Paula K. 142, 186
Heist, Brian D. 142
Hemmingson, Sara E. 142, 86
Hemphill, James S. 142
Henderson, Angela K. 142, 26
Henrichs, Julie A. 142
Her, Koua 142
Her, Leng K. 142
Herbert, Todd E. 142
Herbst, Richard D. 142
Hernandez, Mario L. 142
Herrera, Norbert 132
Herrington, Bill 142
Hignight, Kenneth N. 142, 62
Hines, Dana L. 142, 37, 26, 34, 35
Hines, David M. 142, 85
Hinton, Stephen E. 142
Hipple, Catherine J. 138, 142, 31, 37, 21,
35, 34, 86
Hoff, Patricia M. 142
Holder, Rhonda L. 142
Holland, Keith A. 142
Hollars, Patrick H. 142
Holmes, Christine D. 142
Hufford, Laurie M. 142, 20, 41, 85, 86
Hughes, Dale L. 142
Hughes, Timothy O. 142, 81
Hunsinger, Lynn M. 142, 30, 31, 69, 36,
37, 35, 41, 256 A
Hunt, David A. 142, 62
Hunt, Kristine M. 142, 31, 26
Hunter, Peter J. 143
Hunter, Timothy S. 143
lnce, Bobbie J. 143
lnskeep, Jamie D. 143
Jackson, Jon A. 143, 85
Jackson, Monica L. 143
James, Lisa M. 143, 69
Jannes, Jonathan A. 143, 26, 81
Jay, David A. 143, 79, 81
Jeter, Christina L. 143, 31, 37, 3
Jett, Kandye K. 143 Q
Jimenez, Luis F. 143
Johnson, Durwin L. 143
Johnson, James A. 143
Johnson, Michelle l. 143
Johnson, Sean A.
Jones, Deborah M. 143
Jones, Joe L. Jr. 143, 26
Jones, Laticia L.
Jordan, Traci L. 143
Kachevas, Gust P.
Kahley, Kevin M. 143, 62
Kanning, Patricia D. 143, 77, 89
Karstens, Daniel J. 143
Katzenburger, Shelley L. 143, 26
Kave, Tracy L. 143, 31
Keim, Richard J. 143
Kelley, Jerry R. 143
Kelley, Tamara L. 143
Kern, Robert L. 143, 26
Kester, Reid C. 143
Ketelsen, Ross J. 143
Kettering, Valkrie L. 143, 122
Kiel, Michael L.
Killian, Michael W. 143, 26
Killingsworth, Darren T. 143
Kincaid, Brian R. 143
Kipp, Douglas E. 143
Kipp, Elizabeth K. 8, 143, 30, 20, 40, 41
85, 86, 256, 93
Kipp, Jeffrey J. 143, 36, 37, 35, 40, 41
256, 92, 93
Kirk, Paul E. 143
Kizer, Wendy S.
Klouser, Dan P. 143
Knouse, Kathryn L. 138, 143, 37, 26, 34
35, 44, 51, 86
Korthals, Micheal C. 143,
Krantz, Cheryl L. 143, 74, 77
Kunzle, Christopher J. 143
Kushmer, Michael C. 143, 21
Lack, Robert M. 143, 62
Lairmore, Douglas R.
Lamb, Scott A. 143, 62
Lane, Alice A.
Lannan, Karla J. 143, 122
Larison, Gregory T. 143
Latko, Ronald E. 143, 42
Lawson, Ann M. 143, 31, 37, 35
Laxy, Theresa L. 143
Lay, Karin A. 143
Layman, Lena F. 143
Layne, Cindy M. 143
Leblanc, Rochelle A. 143, 26, 5
Leblanc, Kimberlee A. 143
Lee, Ge 143
Lee, Ker 143
Lee, Mee 143
Lee, Thai 143
l, 63, 87
Honert, Deanna M. 142, 26, 86, 93
Hopkins, James R. 142, 81
Leedom, Douglas W. 143
Lefevre, John C. 143, 146, 68
Horst, Sanchia A. 142. 31. 37, 34, 56 -,Leftwich, Angela DT143 1 ff 7
Hoste, Aaron 142 '
Hubbard, Loyd T. 142, 62
.Leibovitz, Christopher 144, 62, 85
Leonard, Wendy J. 144, 63, 81
lndex .- 251
Lietzow, Vicki L. 144
,Liggett, Jill A. 144, 26, 86
Ligons, Kimberly Y, 144
Liitrell, Edgar 144
Loding, Anthony C. 144
lggfgren, Tracy F. 141, 144, 124, 51, 58,
Lopez, Diane M. 144
Lorance, Annette A. 144
Lorimer, Nancy A. 144, 122, 26
Lowder, Lisa A. 26
Lucas, Brenda L. 144
Madden, Roxanne K. 144, 122
Mahan, Lisa C. 144, 70, 71, 26
Malone, David H. 144, 62
Manary, Dennis W. 144
Mann, Steven G. 144, 21 '
Margis, Allen P. 144 .
Markle, Marcia R. 144, 69, 26, 91
Markley, Cynthia D. 144
Marshall, Donna M. 144
Martel, Melissa L. 144
Mascari, Rocci A. 144
Masias, Mary V. 144
Massa, Mark A. 144, 62, 85
Matthews, Ronda R.
Mawson, James E. 144
May, Julie E. 144
Mayhugh, Michelle A. 144, 56
McBurney, Peter A. 144, 31, 37, 35
McCabe, Kristen A. 144
.McCray, Cedric L. 144
McCray, Troy J. 144
McDanel, Jeffery G. 144
McDanel, Scott R. 144, 85
McEniry, Susan E. 144, 74
McGee, Connie A. 144
Mclntosh, Cindy S. 144
McNalley, Scott A. 144
Medley, Robert D. 144, 21
Meier, Karen M. 144, 71, 26, 77
Meinholdt, Elizabeth A. 144
Merrill, Christopher L. 144
Meyer, Jeffrey L. 144
Michaels, Karla J. 144
Michel, Donnis L. 144
Miletich, Tina M. 144, 74, 26, 51
Miller, Micheal S. 144, 85
X-Miller. Michelle K. 144, 68, 26, 86
Miller, Shelly A. 144
Millett, Steven M. 144, 62, 85
Miner, Kim M. 144, 21
Mitchell, Rebecca J. 144 -
Mitton, Dwayne E. 144 '
Mitton, Jina K. 144
Moden, Mary E. 144
Mohr, Brian R. 144, 68, 85
Mohr, Kelley J. 144
Monterastelli, Raymond 144, 62, 85
Moore, Donald W. 144
Moore, Ronald W. 62
Moore, Timothy 144
Morelock, Mark F. 144
Moreno, Marlene 144, 69
Moritz, Nancy K.
Morris, Barry J. 144
, Gary L. 145
Morris, Kelly C. 145, 31, 32, 36, 37,
40, 44, 56, 91
'Morrow, Kevin E. 145
Morse, Linda R. 145, 27
Mosher, Julie A. 145
Moua, Xao 145
Mueting, Laurie E. 145
Mull, Janet V. 145
Mumma, David B. 145, 62, 81
Mundt, Deanna M. 145
Mundt, Lisa S. 145, 31, 21
Mundt, William H. 145
Munoz, David 145, 26
Murray, Scott A. 145
Nash, Robert F. 145, 146
Neal, Bradley A. 145
252 4 lndexy .
Nelson, James R. 145
Nelson, Merlin A. Jr. 145, 31, 42,
35, 44, 243
Ngov, See Kheng 145
Ngov, See'Tek 145
Ngov, See Thang 145
Nguyen, Long T. 145
Nipper, Lauri A. 145
Noel, Pamuela R. 145
Nolan, Russell 145
Nordeen, Darin A. 145
Nussberger, Joseph J. 145
Nye, Lisa K. 145, 90, 91
Ochoa, Susanna 145
Ogbum, Lisa M. 145, 122
Ogle, Susan K. 145, 70, 71
Ohlsen, Thomas E. 145
Ohrberg, Patricia L.
Olson, Brad P. 145
Olson, Brian J.
Olson, Cari L. 145, 91
Olson, Toby J. 145, 85
Omeara, Ronald J. 145
Oneil, Ronda E. 145, 27
Ortega, Kristi A. 145
Ostrowski, William R. 145
Pacheco, Jim 145
Pallock, Denise A. 145, 26
Palmateer, Michael D. 145, 26
Palmersheim, Cynthia J. 145, 26
Palos, Karyn L. 145, 21, 35
Pankey, Casandra D. 146, 26
Parkhurst, Charles D. 146
Parks, Mark J. 146, 85
Pasley, Michael C. 146, 85
Pate, Yolonda K. 146
Patten, Fairlin L. 146
Paxson, Julie 146, 21, 87
Paxton, Gary A. 146
Pena, Cynthia 146
Penca, Mary Ann 146 .
Perkins, Nancy A. 146, 21
Pettie, Danny L. 146 1
Pettyjohn, Jana ls. 146
Phan, Thanh D. 146
Phelps, Derrica D. 146 X
Piper, Joette R: 146 .
Pittman, Gerald H. 146, 21
Platt, Steve C. 146
Poelvoorde, Annette K. 146, 63
Polite, Kimberly 146
Pollentier, Darryn J. 146, 62
Pratt, Dawn R. 146
Primm, Eric J. 146
Provorse, Daniel R. 146, 26
Puckett, Dallas L.
Purvis, Angela L. 146, 72
Pyles, Gary L. 146
Rangel, Gregory S. 146
Rangel, Rebecca L. 146
Rangel, Thomas C. 146
Rangel, Troy T. 146, 20, 21
Raschke, Donald R. 146
Rasso, Michael S. 146
Rausch, Jody A. 146, 26
Reddick, Brenda K. 146
Reddig, Jeffery H. 146
Reed, Lisa A. 147
Reynolds, Brian R. 147
Reynolds, William M. 147
Rice, Steven F. 147
Rice, Thomas J. 147, 62
Rinderman, David J. 147
Rinderman, Gail l.
Robbins, Teresa L. 147
Roberts, Susan M. 147
Robertson, Jerald D. 147, 85
Rodgers, Jeffery AJ 147 .
Rodgers, Jerry R. 147 , '
Rodgers, Randall S. 147'
Rodriguez, Humberto -147
Rohr, John M.
Romanowski, Kathleen M. 147, 21, 35
Rose, Lisa R. 147
Ross, Jay C. 147, 31, 37, 34, 35
Ross, Troy A.
Rumburg, Timothy D. 147 Q
Rumph, Marcia D. 147
Saepharn, Muong S. 147
Salazar, Primitivo 147
Samuels, Adrian D. 115
Sanchez, Yolanda 147
Sanders, Douglas W. 147
Sandoval, Jason 147, 68, 85
Sandoval, Jill M. 147
Sandoval, John M. 147, 68, 69, 85
Satterly, Tim E. 147
Saucedo, Frederick K. 147
Schaeffer, Brett C. 147
Schmitt, Christopher A. 147
.Schoch, Patsy J. 147, 26
Schoch, Penny E. 147, 26
Scholfield, Steve W. 147
Schulte, Erik V. 147
Schutt, Troy W. 147
Schwartz, Kathryn E. 147
Scott, James L. 147
Seago, Timothy A. 147
Seales, Kimberly A. 147
Seaman, George M. 147, 62
Sellers, Richard E. 147
Sewell, Lisa A. 147
Shaffer, Dori E. 147
Shea, Bradley M. 147
Sheffler, Casey D. 147
Short, Scott D. 147
Sievers, John A. 147
Simmons, Timothy D.
Sims, Monte J. 147
Sivels, Kevin B. 147
Skaggs, Julie A. 147
Slavish, Alan L. 147
Sletten, Darrell 147
Small, Debbie L. 147
Smith, Betty A. 147
Smith, Kathy S. 147
Smith, Stacey D. 147, 26, 78
Timothy J. 147, 85
Soliz, Maryesther 147
Soliz, Phillip T. 147
Solomon, Kristie L. 147, 122, 122
Sorrell, Kevin L. 147
Sparrow, Jeanette D. 147, 26
Sparrowgrove, Kenneth J. 147
Speaker, Hope M. 147, 87
Spears, Gerald D. Jr. 148
Spencer, Lewis D. 148
Spencer, Tina M. 148, 122, 34, 35
Stacey, Billy J. 148
Stanbro, Michael T.
Standaert, Brian J. 148, 72
Stanek, Michaela D. 148
Stanlake, Dawn M. 148, 74
Steele, Laura D.
Steffenson, Ronald M. 148, 72
Stevenson, William L. 148, 62
Stiegel, Andrea L. 148, 74
Stopoulos, Nicole M. 148, 37, 26, 34, 35,
Street, Brian R. 148, 62
Streight, Thomas E. 148
Sutton, Michael R. 148, 85
Swanson, John H. 148
Taets, Julie L. 148, 26, 82
Talak, Jeffrey A. 148, 81
Talley, Jay A. 148
Tate, Roy C. 148, 62
Taylor, April D. 148, 86 V
Te, Huot 148
Teel, Mark D. 148
Teneyuque, Ramon '
Terronez, Lisa M. 148
Terronez, Pauline E. 148, 37, 26, 34, 35
Terronez, Steven 148, 68, 81
Terry, Vicki L. 148
Thompson, Christine L. 148
Thorngren, Paul N. 148
Thruman, Jacqueline 148
Thurman, Serena C. 148
Tittsworth, Deborah A. 148
Titus, Jamie S. 141, 148, 51, 62, 81
Toland, Alicia A. 148
Trimby, Ursula A. 148
Tristan, Belinda 148
Trout, Todd M. 148
Um, Racthykun 148
Um, Ranyda 148
Underwood, Mark D. 148, 117, 27
Utley, Michael E. 148
Uzelac, Kimberly A.
Vandeheede, Jill M. 148
Vandewoestyne, William 148, 115
Vang, Mai V. 148
Vang, Mee 148
Vang, Pa 148
Vang, Toua 148
Vanhecke, James A.
Vanvooren, Lynette A. 148, 72
Vanwassenhove, Candy J. 148
Vanwatermeulen, Karen M. 148
Verheecke, Penny S. 148
Verlinden, Jon A. 148 -
Vermeire, James R. 148
Versluys, Jeff K. 148
Verstraete, Marilyn L. 148, 82
Viner, Debra A. 148
Vinzant, Chad D. 148, 92, 93
Vittori, Roxane L. 148
Voorhis, Jeffery S. 148, 26 A
Vyncke, Debra K. 148, 74, 21, 51, 77
Waeyaert, Debra C. 148, 74, 87
Wakeland, Shelly K. 148
Wales, Dawn K. 148, 31, 123, 37
Walton, Dawn 26
Walton, Latres A. 149, 74, 26, 77, 91
Ward, Grant A. 149
Ward, Karina S. 149
Ward, Mark A. 149
Ware, William J. 149
Wassell, Warren G. 149, 31
Waters, Lisa M. 149
Watson, Kori 149, 27
Watson, Lytonya J. 149
Weatherington, Paula A. 149
Weighall, Eric D. 149
Weintraut, Barbara J. 149
Welch, James O. Jr. 149
Welshhons, Ronald L. 149
Wessel, Amy L. 149
Wheeler, Scott A. 149
Whipple, Harvey D. 149
Wickersham, John W. 149
Wiegel, Francie L. 149, 26, 62, 81
Wilkinson, Daniel G. 149
Williams, Jim 149
Wilson, Angela D. 149
Wilson, Christina L. 149
Winchester, Roger W. 149
Wingert, Brian K. 149
Winkel, Debra J. 149 .
Winthurst, Cheryl A. 149, 21
Wishmeyer, Rhonda K. 149, 27
Witmer, Rebecca A. 149, 26
Woeckener, ,Robert C.
Wold, Tracy L. 149
wolf, Amy 1.. 149
Wolverton, Lee R. 149
Woods, Daniel A. 149, 62
Worrell, Peter J. 149, 31, 37, 35
Wright, Roy D. 149, 62
Yang, Ka Ying 149
Yeatts, Robette M.
Yerkey, Derrick L. 149
Young, Deborah J. 149'
Zapata, Anna M. 149
Zavadil, Shanon 149
Zableski, Ronald R. 149, 62
Zmuda, Patricia A. 149, 77, 93
Abraham, Marlow R.
Ackland, Ronald L. 150, 22, 62, 56
Adams, Amy L. 150 '
Adamson, Darla A.
Adams, John 22 '
Albright, Andrew O. 150
Alejo, Carol M. 150
Alexander, Anthony J. 150, 81
Allman, Timothy A. 150
Anders, Dawn M. 150 2
Anderson, Gale L. 150, 86
Anderson, Kimberly S. 150, 25, 527, 63,
Anderson, Mindi L. 150
Anderson, Scott E. 150
Apperson, Kyle A. 150, 22, 81
Austin, Vicki D. 150, 22, 77
Bailey, Jon R. 150, 25, 79
Bailey, Todd S. 150, 81
Balluff, Matthew W. 150
Barber, James R. 150
Barnett, Marion O. 150, 62, 79, 81
Bates, Kimberly L. 150, 25
Becht, Dennis D. 150
Beechamp, Charlotte A. 150
Belowske, Angela A. 150, 123
Benjamin, James C. 150
Bernand, Patrick O. 150 -
Bevelheimer, Jeffery D. 150, 25
Bideaux, George F. 150
Blagden, Michelle L. 150
Blais, Michael A. 150
Blais, Michele 150, 87
Bloom, Kelly S. 150, 77
Blunke, John'P. 150
Bonduelle, Paula M. 150
Bonow, Barbara L. 150
Booth, James R. 150
Borders, Terri L. 150
Boudreau, Lori A. 151, 75, 22
Bowers, James R. 151
Bradley, Raymond W. 151
Branch, Cynthia L2 151," 75, 22, 86
Brewer, Kathleen M. 151, 63, 81
Brewer, Michael D. 151
Brown, Glen A. 151
Brown, Lisa M. 151 '
Bubon, Brian R. 151, 22
Buchanan, Amy S. 151, 123
Buchen, Laurie J. 151, 31, 27
Burgess, Jesse R. 151, 25
Randel W. 151, 25, 81, 92, 93
Steffany L. 151
Steven 151, 25, 62
Ronald E.-151, 62
Clevenger, Tim A. 15
Columbia, Craig A. 151, 86
Comins, Suzette L. 151
Conley, Lawrence E. 151
Connolly, Michael A. 151, 25, 27, 81
Connolly, Michelle A. 151, 75
Contreras, Francisco 151, 86
Cook, Forrest B. 151 -
Cook, Lee 86
Cook, Mark A. 151
Cook, Richard K. 151
Cook, Sean A. 151
Cooper, Gary W. 151, 26, 60
Coram, Jennie L. 151, 27, 93
Correa, lrene G. 151
Coughran, Trisha R. 151
Cox, Laird C. 151
Cranson, Reba J. 151, 25, 63, 81
Crayne, Kevin J. 151, 81
Finch, Jackie E. 152, 25
Fisher, Kerry W, 152, 22
Fisher, Melinda M. 152, 122
Fonger, Connie S. 152
Fournier. Scott A. 152, 68, 69,
Frazier, Craig A. 152, 85, 86
Frendt, Kathleen L. 152, 25
Frese, Shellda L. 152, 25
Fuhrer, Jennifer A. 152, 153, 27, 51
Gann, Kimberly J. 153
Gant, Ellen K. 153
Garcia, David M. 153, 62, 86
Garcia, Deana 153
Garcia, Stephanie D. 153, 123,
Vicki C. 153
Gard, Bart A. 153
Garlow, Sabrina L. 153
Garrison, Troy D. 153
Garza, Ana M. 153
Gass, Tina M. 153
Gates, Jeffrey R. 153
Gehant, John J. 153
Jalife, Yessica M.
James, Mary E. 154
Jenkins, Amy M.
Jennings, Patricia A. 154, 37, 86
Jeter, Mark A. 154
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Jimenez, Juan Jr. 154, 68, 22
Georgette A. 154, 75, 22,
, Pamela L. 154
Johnson, Rosemarie 155
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Johnson, Shonda M. 155, 27
, Tanya A. 155, 27
Jones, Guylene S. 155
Jones, Laticia 155
Kanke, Kimberly J. 155
Karasek, Richard D. 155, 62, 81
Johnny D. 155
Karstens, Timothy P. 155
Kays, Karen L. 155
Keith, Sandra L. 155, 27
Kelley, Janet R. 155
Crimmins, Cynthia C. 151, 25
Crisel, Gary Jr. 151
Crum, James L. 151
Cruz, Anthony C. 151
Cruz, Cynthia I. 151, 27, 82
Cumberworth, Rhonda S. 152
Cummings, Paul L. 152, 22
Cunningham, Melissa K. 152, 27
Cyphers, Stephen Sc. 152
D'Hooge, Lisa R. 152
Daebelliehn, Darci S. 152
Dalmasso, Sean T. 152, 25, 72
Dalton, Betsy J. 152, 25, 92, 93
Daniels, Lisa A. 152, 122, 77
Janet 'M. 152
Lataya L. 152, 27
Debarre, Dennis L. 152, 86
Declerco, Steven F. 152, 81
Dedecker, David L. 152, 22 V
Deem, Barbara L. 152 1'
Dejaegher, Christopher 152, 62, 79, 8
Dejaynes, John W. 152
Delaney, James R. 152 '
Delille, Ann M. 152, 27, 86
Demay, Micheal A. 152
Dennhardt, Todd A. 152, 25, 62
Dennis, Arlene L. 152 "
Derby, Margaret E. 152, 75
Deroo, Deanna L. 152, 75, 22
Dickinson, Beth A. 152
Dierkes, Micheal L. 152, 22
Dillbeck, Timothy S.'152, 62
Downen, Scott M. 152, 22, 81
Downey, Cynthia D. 152, 77
Downing, Daran H. 152
Dozier, Jeffery M. 152. 86 , M
Gierman, Joann M. 153, 22, 62
Gillespie, Jeffery S. 153, 25
Gilson, Kellie D. 153, 22, 62
Goar, Nancy C. 153, 63, 81
Goderis, Debra J. 153, 27, 87
Golden, Billy G. 153
Gomez, Dora J. 153, 27
Gomez, Keith E. 153
Gonzales, Lesa L. 153, 27, 34,
Goodhart, Jana L. 153, 122
Gorzney, Loretta J. 153
Graham, Scott R. 153
Graham, Thomas W. 153
Green, Costella D. 153, 69, 27
Green, Donna M. 153, 77
Green, Tina M. 153
Green, Troy E. 153, 25, 62
Gregory, Tom P., 153, 224, 22, 81
Griffin, Theresa L. 153
Grimes, Sheryl A. 153, 27
Grimm, Todd ,153 -
Grooms, Hayden W. 135, 22, 62
'Ha, Danh T. 152 V ,
Hageman, Timothy A. 153
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Hanson, Sean M. 153,81
I-lantz, Kimie M.'153f , V
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Harris, Jeannie M. 154
Harris, Leevon C. 154, 25
Hasenwinkel, Mark A. 154, 31
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Hedeen, Renee L. 154
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Kespohl, Barry A. 155, 81
Ketelaar, Christine M. 155, 27
Rodney A. 155
Kimionis, Jason M. 155
Kirk, Robin R. 155, 75, 22, 34, 35 x
Klinefelter, Kristin L. 155, 124 ,
Koster, Monica A. 155, 75, 27, 86
Kotrogiannis, George B. 155, 25
Krack, Leilani J. 155, 75
Krambeck, Larry W. 155
Krambeck, Terry D. 155
Krantz, Diana S. 155
Krantz, Tiffany L. 155, 25, 77
Kratt, Teresa M. 155
Kubec, Brenda'K. 155
Kurtz, Bradley S. 155, 25
lady, Tammy R. 155, 22
Laferrera, William E. 155, 86
Lambert, Denise R. 155
Lampe, Karen L. 155
Larson, Robert M. 155, 86
Larson, Stephen N. 155, 25
Lasek, John M. 155, 62 '
Leabo, Nicole L. 155, 122, 51, 72, 73,
Lee, Blong 155
Lee, Khou 155
Lee, Shoua 155
Lewis, Amy S. 155, 72, 86
Christopher W. 155
Jeanene M. 155
Lodico, Lori A. 153, 155, 51, 77
Lopez, Francisco D. 155
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Buser, Donald F. 151
Bush, Patricia F. 151, 86
Cain, Darren J. 151
Caldwell, John M. 151
Caleo, Tom l. 151
Calsyn, Michael C. 151
Cameron, Pamela K. 151
Camp, Chance T. 151, 22
Campbell, Diana'D. 151, 25
Campbell, Michael L, 151, 62, 86
Cant, Dana S. 151 .
Carlin, Stephen D. 151, 25
Carmack, Toby L. 151
Carpenter, Adrian S. 151, 62
Carr, Thomas Craig 151
Carton, Ronald A. 151, 25
Castaneda, Marc M. 151
Catour, Lance J. 151
Cernetisch, Fred W. 151
Chance Jr., William J. 151'
Chedister, Mark D. 151
Chonka. ,Conni R.-151 .
Christensen, Russell J 151, 86
Duncan, Carla S. 152, 69, 122
Duncan, Garritt E. 152, 22
Dunlap, Tamara L. 152, 25, 86
Durham, Trent L. 152, 25
Dyche, Shelly R.
Dyer, Rebecca A. 152
Dzekunskas, Jeffrey A. 152, 86
Eckey, Jacqualine L. 152, 86
Edwards, Kristopher K. 152, 22
Edwards, Scot T. 152
Egbert-Holder, Barbara 152
Ehardt, Tria L. 152, 22
Ekin, John J. 152
Eldridge, Susan L. 152
Ellis, Lisa R. 152, 27
' Emerson, Robert A. 152
Emmert, Debra L. 152, 22
Erickson, Timothy R, 152, 62
Evans, Damon A. 152, 68
Evans, Micheal D. 152
Evans, Michelle R. 152, 27, 86
Michelle L. 152
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Hemmingson, John R. 154, 68
Hemphill, Jackie L. 154, 22
Hensley, Shawn C. 154, 62, 86
Her, Bee 154
Hernandez, Steven A. 154, 62
Heydeman, Penelope L. 154
Higgins, Caprice R. 154
Hinton, Toni Y. 154
Hobeck, Christy L. 154
Hock, June A. 154, 22
Hoepfner, John E. 154, 68, 25,
Hoff, Edward A. 154, 25
Holmes, Denise E: 154
Hopkins, Brian 22
l-fousholder, Wayne L. 154
Houston, Shearrie D. 154, 27
Howat, Terry F. 154, 25
Hughes, Tammy L. 154,
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lnskeep, Paul B. 154
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Malmstrom, Shari D. 155, 23, 87
Manary, Lacinda L. 155, 25
Stacy M. 155, 70, 71, 25 86 1
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Markley, Theodore M. 155
Marshall, Curtiss A. 155
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McKay, Heather A. 156
McKeon, Timothy J. 156 '
McLean, Paul R. 156, 25, 62, 72
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McVey, Dede L. 156, 27
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Quinn, Thomas P. 157, 81
Quinones, Yvonne J. 153, 157, 51, 86
Raasch, Brian J. 157, 22, 85, 86, 92, 93
Raffelson, Staci L. 157, 86
Raischel, Paul L. 157, 22
Rangel, Elizabeth M. 157, 27, 86
Rangel, Evangelina 157
Rasmussen, Diane L. 157
Raymond, Joan E. 157
Solomon, Ronald J. 159, 25
Sommer, Gregory S. 159
Sonneville, Lisa A. 159, 27
Sorrell, Brenda K. 159
Southerland, Brenda J. 159, 27
Snyder, Andy 62
Spears, Jeffery J. 159, 25
Spiegel, Mike W. 159
Stahl, Donald L. 159
Stambaugh, Lisa R. 159
Stambaugh, Susan B. 159, 27
Merchant. Donna G. 156
Merrill, Steven S. 156
Dion K. 156, 22, 86, 81
Michalek, Annette M. 156 '
Miller, Christine L.
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Mincks, Fred E. 156
Mitchell, Darrell A. 156, 25
Mitchell, Julie A. 153, 156, 25, 51, 63, 77
Mitchell, Rachelle- M. 156
Mitchell, Shawn D. 156
Mitchell, Theresa L. 156, 22
Mojica, Margarita 156
Mojica, Ramon 156
Moreno, Mary E. 156, 75, 22
Morgan, Thomas L. '
Morrow, Jeffrey L. 156
Mueller, Jeanine K. 156, 22
Mueting, Deborah S. 156
Munos, Anthony D. 156
Raymond, Ronald 62, 157
Rea, Martin 157, 22
Rea, Pablo 157, 22
Rea, Richard A. 157, 22
Reddick, Thomas W. 157
Reed, Brian E. 157 '
Reed, Tammy S. 157
Reeves, Kevin J. 157 I
Rettig, Jeff A. 158, 25, 86
Rhodes, Clara M. 158, 25
Rice, David A, 158, 62, 86
Riceman, Todd A. 158
Richard, Joseph A. 158, 22
Ricke, Patrick A. 158
Rickey, Brad S. 158, 62
Riley, Linda E. 158, 27
Ripka, Todd A. 158, 62
Ritenour, Shirley A. 158
Robbins, Gary D. 158
Robers, James B. 158, 62
Roberson, Micheal D. 158
Roberson, Wade L. 158
Roberts, Michael D. 158
Roes, David 158
Standaert, Maureen S. 159, 86
Stanford, Denise R. 159
Stapf, Richard J. 159, 86
Steele, Lisa M. 159
Steele, William T.
Stephenson, Leslie L. 159, 22, 72
Stewart, Deann L. 159, 63, 81
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Brian R. 159
Deborah M. 159
Lisa A. 159, 22 '
Suhr, Carl A. 159
Sullivan, Johnny R. 159, 79, 81
Summers, Robbie E. 159, 62
Taets, Ronald J. 159, 22
Takantjas, Eileen D. 159
White, Carol A. 160, 86
White, Dawn K. 160, 22
White, Sharmon L. 160, 25, 86 . "
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Whitney, Dawn M. 160, 22
Wiggington, .Andrea M. 160
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Wilks, Mark R. 160, 25, 243, 81 .
Williams, Carrie L. 160
Williamson, Danny F. 160
Willis, Joanna L. 86
Wingert, Jodi L. 160, 25
Wirtz, Kari E. 160, 72, 86
Witherspoon, William S. 160
Womack, Michele M. 160
Woodruff, Mark J. 160, 68
Woodruff, Steven J. 160, 68
Woods, Melanie L. 161
Wyatt, James M.
Yang, A. 161
Zalewski, Kurtis J. 161, 31, 37, 22, 345
Zink, Mikki M. 161 - V -'
Zywot, Victoria A. 161, 122 K
Munos, Trisha A. 156, 27
Munoz, Christina 156, 117
Munts, Timothy N. 156
Murphy, Christine L. 156
Mutziger, Andrew J. 156
Myers, Kevin J. 156
Natwick, Carrie A. 156, 69
Neal, Darrin W. 156, 25, 81
Neal, Robert E. '156, 62, 86
Nelson, Kristin L. ' ' '
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Newingham, Lawrence L. 156 r
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Ngov, EE Kheng 156 . ,
Nichols, Caprice Y. 156, 122
Noel, James A.
Noriega, Nora M. 156, 22
Noteboom, Laurna L. 156
Nouchanthavong, Keo '156
Nowatzki, Lisa A. 156
Ochoa, Roberto P. 157, 22
Oliva, Anna B. 157
Oliva, Maria D. 157
Olson, Daniel D. 157, 85, 86
Olson, Staci E. 157
Oltman, Michele D. 157, 51, 63, 81 -
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Pena, Sandra L. 157, 25, 77
Perkins, John M. 157, 86
Person, Kyle A. 157
Pettit, Ryan W. 157, 81
Petty, John T. 157
Pobanz, Brenda M. 157, 22
Pompa, Antonia L. 157
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Sandoval, Todd A. 158, 62
Savala, Steven' J. 158, 81
Scallions, Teresa A. 158
Schadt, Wayne R. 158
Scharer, Christine M. 158
Schellhorn, Timothy E. 158, 22, 81
Scherschel, Jay A. 159, 25, 86
Schierer, Jennifer A. 159
Schilling, Noelle S. 159, 35
Schneider, Jodi R. 159, 27, 86
Schossow, Troy A. 159
Schwartz, Michelle M. 159, 122
Scott, Deborah D. 159, 27
Scott, Monica R. 159, 75, 27
Scritsmier, Sheila K. 159, 27
Scully, Rebecca J. 159, 27
Seago, Larry D. 159, 25 .
Setser, Jeffrey A. 159
Settles, Christine K. 159, 75, 27
Shafer, Paul F. 159, 25, 86
Shay, Theresa A. 159, 75
Sheehan, Tammi R. 159, 27
Sheffler, Benny L. 159
Sierens, Rfinald R. 159
Slavish, Randall L. 159
Slutts, Teresa J. '159
Smet, Dean E. 159 ,
Smith, Jodie R. 159, 75, 25
Smith, John J. 159
Smith, Kevin M. 159, 37, 25, 34, 35
Smith, Kimberly A. 159, 93
Smith, Michael A. 159 A LL '
Snyder, Andrew J5159, 86
Talbot, Deann R. 159, 27
Tapia, Carlos 159, 62, 86
Taylor, Kristen K. 159, 25
Taylor, William C. 159
Teach, Scott J. 159
Teel, Michle A. 159, 86, 91
Tennant, Stuart J. 159, 86
Thomann, Patricia R. 159, 77
Thomas, William E. 159, 81
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Trout, Robert J. 160
Trout, Tadd M. 160
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Tworek, Carolyn C. 160, 22, 77
Underwood, Robin E. 160
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Vanherzeele, Jeffrey L. 160
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Waite, Amy L. 160, 25
Wallarab, Terry L. 160
Wamser, Frances E. 160, 77
Ward, Jeffrey D. '160
Ward, Michelle R. 160
Wassell, Ketra D. 160, 27
Wassenhove, John J. 160
Wasson, Christine L. 160
Wasson, David A. 160
Waters, Laura A. 160
Watson, Scott E. 160
Watts, Kurtis A. 160
Webster, Todd A. 160
Weir, Tamera S. 160
Weir, Tamera 160
Wells, Carol L. 160, 27
Wells, Robert U. 160, 25
Welsh, Christopher M. 160, 51
Welsh, Pamela J. 160, 27 '
Werner, Lori K. 160, 77
Westbrook, Charles B. 160
Wheeler, Jill L. 160, 27
Wheeler, Kenneth E. 160
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