University of Central Missouri - Rhetor Yearbook (Warrensburg, MO)

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By an Act of the General Assembly on March 1, 1870, the Regents were accorded plenary powers to 'Gmake all regulations necessary to govern and support" each normal fcollegej, "direct the course ofiinstructionf' and nap- point and dismiss all officers and teachers . . f' Education For Service, Leslie Anders, 1971 The Board of Regents, a bipartisan board, governs the policies of Central Missouri State University. Of its six members, three are from each of the two major political parties in the State. Each is appointed by the Governor of Missouri and is confirmed by the State Senate. Members serve six-year terms and are eligible for reappointment. The Board appoints the Presi- dent of the University who serves as the chief executive officer. The Com- missioner of Education is an ex officio member. The members of the Board of Regents this year are Byron Constance, Independence, Leland J. Culp, Warrensburgg J. M. Cunningham, Sedaliag Mrs. Sinclair S. Gottlieb, Jeffer- son Cityg joe Herndon, Raytowng W. Lester Simpson, Holden, and Presi- dent Warren C. Lovinger, Warrensburg. 6 Dr. Warren C. Lovinger, President Central Missouri State University Christopher "Kit" Bond Cm ernor of Missouri ' 'SKit" Bond of Missouri I I I I I S I I . I I I I Board ol' Regents honor Mrs, Sinclair Gottlieb for her service on the board. fSeatedI President Warren C. Lovingcr, Mrs Sim-lair Cottliel1,,Ioe Herndon. IStandingj W. L. Simpson, Byron Constance, J. M. Cunningham, Leland Culp. 7 -M- - - ,Aka ..-ff--If ..-1-f-I . I . xll f APA rf. A. . . ,- .Q 1 um 1 . a fn 1 4 f..f ' , o ,, ,. 4 :, ,he gm.. 4- 0 " .-x" -Q, . " . 'LQ' . ' 55. ' -+P 057 -4 A. - ,sen-,J 'g""'fQCnp:."f5kf'. 5. '1 v I- P L N 13, -CI' I 1 ' u.-,,fXa5,,'Q.,,- 497, N, 1 Q S:-.f . " ef?7""T7 '-L'-17294 9 QK' Q' Q fa, f V" ,,v . -s ef- !" , I f rw. mg-V - x fwx -I.. fx-" ff. 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The Marching Mules also appeared on national television at the NCAA Pecan Bowl in Arlington, Texas. i In spite of adverse weather and long hours of practice and drills, the CMSU band displayed their marching and musical techniques at all home football games and at Joplin, Missouri, where they performed at the Missouri Southern College vs CMSU football game. Leading the 1973 Homecoming Parade of over 3,000 musicians and an array of floats, the Marching Mules headed by Drum Major Mark McFarland and twirlers Marilyn Nissen, Janet Carson, and Cheryl Tisell, kicked off the 1973 Homecoming festivities. Later in the after- noon the band shared the half time agenda with the Southwest Missouri State marching band from Springfield, Missouri. Dr. Coleman, in his tenth year as director of the Marching Mules is aid- ed by assistant directors Robert Gifford and Richard Gibson, and Dr. Russ Coleman, Director. graduate assistant Gary Love. 10 Mark McFarland, Drum Major. 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I A - ,- A- " F ' .4 wx 1 5 1 I X ' 1 Q , - ' - -S I' 1 Q ,ii I .I 1 x . -NF - v I ,' . , 1 ' ' A -A-, - ,L w N 1 . 'Q ,. ' 5, ,gf , .. I . 4-5:5 " Q x an 'L ' , :I f X I gn- 1. f ,X N N 1 I l , D rllv ,RTI P' 64' ' fi 4 5 'Vt1w. ., 1 X 1 1 N. A "" X ' K h -H s ,L - '- 4-1 ,. n x f ,va . 54.1 Mm- .. ,Q I 1 3 A digg! Q-QQL3 ! J 1 Forty two students attend fall leadership conference WM. nfs: L. ff?" Students and faculty of the School of Public Services take time out from their discussion for a coke hreak. S The 1973 Central Missouri State University Fall Leadership Conference was held at Tan-Tar-A, Osage Beach, Missouri, September 23-25. Forty-two students attended the seventh an- nual conference. The students represented membership in departmental, honor, service, social, and governing organizations. The purpose of the conference was threefold, to facilitate communication between student leaders and professional university personnel, to provide an opportunity for an examination of organization function and dynamics, and to make available an experience for the development of leadership. Miss Helen Gilbert, Director of Student Activities was the Conference Coordinator. 16 Dr. Tom Edmunds and Miss Helen Gilbert visit with Curtis Crokett and Bill Eckles. Mixed .lohn Mahoney doesn't seem too convinced break. that Dr. Edmunds will be successful in ski- ing across an abnormally rough lake. Dr. Edmunds proved his skeptics wrong. Conference participants learn quickly how good the food is at Tan-Tar-A 'mv SX Vliss Helen Gilbert . and Bill Eckles. Mixed emotions show on the faces of Tan-Tar-A participants when it's time to load the bus and return home. 'I7 Disneyland theme dominates parade Y A clear suhny day was the setting for the 1973 Homecoming activities., The sights and sounds of Walt Disney were featured with the Homecoming theme being i'Disney on Parade". House decorations, parade entries, and hand music all revolved around the popular Disney characters. The Central Missouri State Marching Mules led the parade accompanied by 45 high school bands from all over the state. First place winner of the Greek walking division was Delta Zetag campus division was the Association of Women Students. First place winner of the Greek float division was Sigma Kappa and Beta Sigma Psig campus division was a tie between Industrial Arts 81 Technology and the Agriculture Club. Sweepstakes winner in the house decorations was Sigma Phi Epsilon with their entry "Davey Mule Kills the Bear". Winner of campus house decorations went to Yeater Hall. The afternoon proved successful with the Fighting Mules being victorious over the Southwest Missouri State Bears. The Homecoming festivities conclud- ed that evening with the annual Homecoming dance taking place in the University Union Ballroom. I8 Jr V F.. :ff ,,,. -1- bf' S.v--- ,gf " .ar f ,ra F ' 3, . . ., ., . . ,, ,.4 1 , v"'F vi -9- 1, ,.- ' A -A ' ,pff V ,, i... 1. , Y, -4, . .1 . 'Lf ,J-f",,,,.-f""' 1 -"" ,-..vv fi Q ,y "-" if .f- '- 4' ff.,-+ " 77,4 ,rr fn- -,, 1 .4 H 4- F J,-f' ,A-" 4-'V f ,u-' ""' J,,f' .,,'-"' I-,- .pf- ,Ahr- PH-fffffrvllfffrgfvgsfe-15:s:?i11v':1fv'fS:1fg-:-:':K'-13 gif -f.w, r..,Q.,, 7:-if-svsfffwfri?-Pzwiffirffsaf-fivr-:zzz-ewg-5:wafafff-ffrf:wa-Q,y'f:Qafm-mme-vwe.:--2-ff .W 52, EJ! 'x A v S , 'f' 1, 5-..,,, Iwi., ,,v, K1 .VI-f fgglv., Q I I Q x"f , ,. 1, 20' , f f. ve, . " 6 4,112 I., s J' ni, House decorations add color to Homecoming Homecoming at Central Missouri State University thrives on an appetite of competition and Homecoming 1973 was no ex- ception. Dorms, fraternities, and sororities battled it out amid torrents of rain to create and construct not only parade floats but house decorations as well. Working around the theme uDisney on Parade" artistic and technological minds brought wood and tissue paper to life as they advertised their support for a Mule victory. Moveable parts and real live participants highlighted many of the yard decorations as the magical world of Disney unfolded in a potpourri of colors and characters. - we ---H-H H up s no ,f 1 ' l 'i 'M' 93u"'K''K'-'Zi5!5599i98WHiE53IYkWM63Y!i4NE' 32S M., VA-1,-,-, . 'WZ L. M -.-QA-gn.. . K' 4 . 1 Y lin- " 'N 22 fl- TJ ', . w-4-4'f9'.?7'7"', QL ' Wd-44 In K' . L 53 -A' s' Q mr n ur HWS M Nu l I f ,Y I fin: ii 154' rf l' Il I I f U U U ' L. me . ' f-ff-fwagrfafsggxagfsffswavfayef-ge1'1-1134m3:?f'.S'?TS ?i -Q 1973 Homecoming fU"25'?!?7e-Sui-ameri-Fihififzrlzf721'P'?fr'2fl't2'G11xEv'!k2'111'-an 'rrz'-2 MPN I' UaLf,5ev3f2z51'- y p ueen Candidates Gloria Areman Lambda Chi Alpha Ginger Cummings Sigma Phi Epsilon Mary Anagnos Tau Kappa Epsilon f-ff-4:21. 4 , '32 Q?-. Pam Mayden Elaine Lock Phi Sigma Epsilon Houts Hosey Hall N V Sue Arslanian Regina Murrell Alpha Epsilon Pi Yeater Hall Jo Anne Diekman Becky Millsap Sigma Tau Gamma Fitzgerald Hall 2 Joyce Kremer American Marketing Associ 1 i Cheryl Bean Alpha Kappa Lambda Melanie Belknap Fiigma Kappa P"-i Elaine Lock Debbie Johnson Alpha Xi Delta Joyce Kremer Hilda Polnack American Marketing Association Alpha Gamma Delta Houts Hosey Hall .-M, Regina Murrell Patti Bowersox Delta Upsilon Cheryl Begg Patti Prather Alpha Kappa Lambda Them Chi Sara Chittwood Sigma Sigma Sigma Yeater Hall Becky Millsap Fitzgerald Hall Joy Sneed l ' Alpha Phi Omega ,f X Melanie Belknap Debbie Nickell Sigma Kappa Alpha Sigma Alpha 25 Nancy Markle A American Driver Traffic Safely Education Association ueen for '73 announced at pre- ame football rally Un the evening of Qctoher 12, 1973, Charlene Lockard was an- nounced 1973 Homecoming Queen at the pre-game pep rally on thc south lawn ofthe University Union. During half time at the Cfcntral Missouri State-Southwest Missouri State football game, Nlr. Warren E. Strate, President of the Central Missouri State lfnivcrsity Alumni Association, had the honor of crowning Charlene the 1973 Queen. Charlene is a junior elementary education major from Brunswick, Missouri, and was sponsored hy Nickerson Hall. Gail Woodruff, a junior special education major from Kansas City, and Rita Ming, a senior office ad- ministration and industrial relations major from Clinton, were voted Princesses. Gail was sponsored by Delta Zeta sorority of which shc is a member. Rita was sponsored by Alpha Omieron Pi sorority and is a member of that organization. Ten finalists were chosen from a total of twenty-four coeds. A panel ofjudges made the final decision. PRINCESS Gail Woodruff Delta Zeta 26 4 5 i ti 4 1 Ntt N .,X 'Q Q: . Homecoming Queen Charlene Lockard waves to the crowd PRINCESS Rita Ming Alpha Qmicron Pi rckard waves to the crowd. ' .4 W i A 3 f L I 2 1 1 I E r 'wffxxx 5 Charlene Loekurd is crowned Queen by Mr. Warren E. Slrule, President of the CMSU Alumni Association. 27 "'1'1'1- x J X ' " ' -.. '-1-. - - -.m.....,,., 4-2. , ,yn 4.0, ,-7--h,,.-1.4.-ff,,.L n I I I I I I Karen Rodriguez Special Events Pat Lukosuis Films z 5' 'fl :PL 'f , 21:7 ,fjjif , Wxqqw , , gt, ,xl C., 4, 7 .Z ,S X, . , 4' ,, f V 1 ,L K f' 5 Nm . L, f, .,... I , , J- 2, I ? U .. 6 , ,,, a,, ,f ' ,eq -4 , ,fp f Debbie Gorham Quiz Bowl' 04' 1 -,f ,HZ .vw fi f f I 3, w af N .QRX A it ge x "lm , 1 ex! 1 , 485 Q. fzfff' if I 'L fa f' " f QM Wm I I ffl-Q we , . ,r if 7 wl."f.fQf7i I - -- I, ,fihtifej Thom Bishop Films Dan Hobelman Dance 8K Entertainment Mike Gundy Bill Patton Jack Davis Dance 81 Entertainment Communications Dance 81 Entertainment I ! I .. ' P 1' ' Swv. h sv. ' I , .. 1 Vai: ' Q A I , s I Qtr. A-ff' 1- J ., ' e 3 -, will-'1' if 2 ' 1 ' I . Ip ' . ' - I fy,-1, d r V tv M, A X I "1-i'::i'YfEN I I, 'f fi' i "vi ' 1 ,1 I 'R 1. ., ..' Q "v I :ft n.'.,, I k 1 .. -E I my Q my, t.,.s.mmsm5s.,-A . I I X I l V 1 X ' I I I I I I I I I I I I Q N , ,, rug .wg .. 2 gg s 5 X X 5 Q X Q si s . ,X -assi ,f nt John Whitehead Union Director William Poynter Program Director Leanna Samples Carolyn Wade President Vice President V n The Troupe Karen Herzog Robin Finke Secretary Quiz Bowl Cabinet sponsors variety of campus entertainment The University Union Cabinet, Program Council, and Committees coordinate and supervise activities which complement the academic aspect of university life. They provide for many of the social, educational, and recreational needs of the CMS students. The Univer- sity Quiz Bowl, Mulebarn Entertainment, Weekly Movies, All Night Party, Casino Night, are just a few of the activities which the Universi- ty Union Cabinet sponsors. "The Troupe,', a musical group directed by John Wyatt, is sponsored by the Union Cabinet and presents three major shows a year while performing weekly in the Hawthorn Room, singing at various community events and private parties. The Cabinet also sponsors the Mulekickers who perform at all home football and basketball games. Among other events that the Cabinet also sponsors and organizes are the Childrenis Halloween and Christmas parties, Organizations In The Hub, and the Christmas Dance. Support for the University Union Cabinet is elicited from the student body. .fi 1 29 e-H1-'11 -U .. A, .-. , ., 4 lT,i..:5 ..-.-,Y 5, a IQfqzglfgrgqggfvxf611354asevgvytwvigfrvffg-asvvw.vmg,n-fpqgrfrgymasg-,uyra-5gt- 5 niversity Theatre opens fall season with THE HOUSE OF BL 1 l I I l l 4 l 1 l ,Q--Q w i T e w l "Arthur, are you aware the rains of Ranchipur arc currently appearing on my ceiling?" l Q 3 l 4 "l like being animals. You know why? I never heard ofa famous animal. Oh, a couple of Lassics - an occasional Trigger - but, by and large, animals weren't meant to be famous." 30 E LEAVES ,.,,,,,"Em,, designed and directed by Dr. Glenn Pierce "The House of Blue Leaves" is a combination of a bizarre comedy and a tragic drama. The play centers around Artie Shaughness, a late-middle- aged zoo attendant who still has lingering visions of being a famous songwriter, and these hopes are buoyed by his mistress who lives downstairs. Ar- tie's life is complicated by his mentally unbalanced wife, Bananas. Enlivening the play are three sight- seeing nuns who are seeking refuge from the cold in the Shaughnessy's apartmentg Billy, a Hollywood directorg and Corrina, a stone-deaf Hollywood starlet. Artie's mentally unbalanced son, Ronnie, has gone AWOL from the army and plans to blow up the Pope while he is making his first visit to New York. Highlighting the drama is the premature exploding of the bomb which kills several characters, the Hollywood director eloping to Australia with Artie's mistress, and the frustrated songwriter Artie strangling his nutty wife. ' I l I Q l l I l l 'iHeaver 5. I Christopher Moudy Brown . . . . . Gayle Goff . . . . Christy Meyer . . . . Melanie Smith . . Alece Readecker . . . . Valerie Matula . . . . . Sherrie Diehl Military Policeman Michael Weissmann While Man .......... Bill Clay Billy Emhorn .... Rod Allen odor? Hello? Thal's righl, rlm-lor. e m 0 er ll L garage is fine." 31 i r 3 W f 4:2fn1'fc:f'1fvL'QL71v4-1-f.x::gsm:'' n-,, ,, ,"- - m,..w. ,,......- u w. ....., " W" k ' ' ' , H - ' f -in --- - -- N .. '. -5 : -A 'fi'3fP.--Z'f'-f:.5'55E1..--1551: .-:ef -- -Nfl F571 :'xFe-if fi-?'A"T1fY'e.f 4'F::f:-''s -'-N- " f ,55Fi:?'f??'!R'1l5 -" ,??7?'E'?if3:"n?'5Zx5-5?5"5'5'?"5fiF5"P-'1'fh1f'!"'i'-'.3A-Efuuvl-!v?9?Q'?r1fvy-ziyegggqnawqg--vw News Editor ,lennelte Spalding constantly laces the challenge ol' fitting 50 inches of copy in a 36 inch space. Reporter Scott Vroegendewey receives help on one of his stories from the Managing Editor, Bruce Bounds. uleskin Sports Editor Darrel Shoults carefully looks over a group of action pictures that best tell the story of the last game. J! Student reporters Carol Hasker, Doug Rich, Mike Anders, and Donald Pedigo prepare copy and headlines. Managing Editor Bruce Q Muleskinner staff experience unique problems 1 Managing Editor Bruce Bounds and Editor Mike Greife check page one. The Muleskinner staff experiences unique problems each week as they go about the business of collecting informa- tion, preparing copy, and meeting deadlines. All effort is directed towards the printing and distribution of the 10 to 14 page product each week. The staff consists of an editor news editor, feature editor, sports editor, and business manager. These positions are appointed by the University Publications Board. In addition, there is a managing editor who is a graduate assistant. The bulk of the reporters and photographers are students enrolled in the journalism practicum class. The policy of the Muleskinner is to serve the campus and surrounding community through three functions: to inform, to entertain, and to comment. The editorial policy is one of positive suggestion rather than negative criticism. The goal is to offer solutions by taking logical positions after carefully analyzing the problem, issue, or situation. This does not mean that criticism is refused, but rather that criticism will be well researched and offer positive direction. The ubeatn is the campus and the primary audience is the campus community, but it is realized that the Muleskinner is the official publication of CMSU. The right of the student press are observed but at the same time, realize and respect the duty and respon- sibility that goes with that freedom. The Muleskinner is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the Missouri College Newspaper Association. Recently, they were the recipient of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's "Medalist" award. 9 33 Business Manager Bill Murry sorts through his adver- tising file in search of an account's folder. fi Q.. vii' i T , if E A Q it 5' 2. 3 'V ' ,Q A S "R y , C f O ? Q 1 1 QD a Randy Hilger covers the visual side of news and sports. "Fart-wt-ll. dear heart, since I must needs be gone." Comedy, T ELFTH NIGHT opens middle of winter term by William Shakespeare directed by Dr. James Highlander Twelfth Night is the last, and many critics say the most perfect, of Shakespeare's romantic comedies. The main plotl of romantic love centers on the sentimental Duke Orsino's infatuation forthe melancholy Countess Olivia. Into their adventure come separated twin brother and sister. Mistaken identity leads to confused situations and comic results. A major subplot revolves around the brilliant characters of Sir Toby Belch, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Maria and Feste who plot one prank after another. Their comic action is a delightful counterpoint to the poetic romance of the main plot. 34 y W f Q f 4 vid LA xv W! , ,V x' 5. 4 V 5 4 he 7 ? 1 1 ! X i . " i 2 I 2 i 1 r 5 ei -if "My lord and master loves youf' CAST Orsino, Duke of Illyria ...... Sebastian, brother of Viola . . . Antonia, a sea captain ....... A Sea Captain Valentine . . . . ............- suns..-unea---Q. Curio Sir Toby Belch, uncle of Olivia . . . Sir Andrew Aguecheek ......... Malvolio, steward to Olivia ..... Fabian, servant to Olivia ......... Feste, a Clown, servant of Olivia . . lst Officer . . . 2nd Officer . . Priest . . . . . . lst Attendant 2nd Attendant .neocons-fauna...-.- ne. so ao.. -.neon-...nu Viola, sister of Sebastian . . Olivia, a countess . . . . . . . . . . . Maria, Olivia's gentlewoman . . . 1 st Lady .................. 2nd Lady . . . . . . Harry Blundell . . . . . .Tom Schaill . . . . Phil Cutweiler ..........Bill Clay . . . .Christopher Moudy . . . . Robert Stewart Brown . . . . .Rod Allen . . . . Greg Bryson . . . . Gene Walker . . . . . Bill Palmer . . . . . Tom Wyrsch . . . Mike Weissman . . . .Brian Pearson . . . Roger Schuber . . . Larry Welbern . . . . Christy Meyer . . . Kathi Blundell . . . Alice Gaines . . . . Jane Hawkins . . . . Alma Akers ' 'if-,M 5 , i I ll do my best to woo vyur lady "If this letter move him not, his legs cannot " 35 :H5395'-Ef'fPff4'5i'5-?9!1i'5!?:f'1V!5EQfHEEfff-"'f?'?:?fii5?'-'re-5355?5:45:21?-j-22i?3'2?35E?f7iS'?35?cW1lC2i?E?l:2HF2'f'f-Yff1"F'?fff"f2ta21kewaralv-frrvfvaevaaffesfwfr-rvzwaz ,- A .fig I . ,' A I' ' I 'I .1 TS . ' "MS D ' W, , , I gb 2:51512 , K ,r . W .42 fiat., f, ffl' f .vt , J, L,1! 2 M.. , M ,, . f"iff,'ff X 1 AQf"1g,i Q "slim-jk 1 s X yf ffaf 10 X ,M , RHETOR QUEEN Barbara Buchhorn Sigma Kappa PRINCESS Nancy Markle Alpha Sigma Alpha Large audience watches ' 4 crowning ceremonies On February 18,1974, Hendricks Hall was jam-packed for the 1974 Rhetor Queen Coronation. Barbara Buchhorn was crowned 1974 Rhetor Queen by Mrs. Diana Barton during the intermission of the Max Morath evening concert. Twenty Coeds were vieing for the crown. Miss Buchhorn, a senior home economics major from Kansas City. was sponsored by Sigma Kappa sorority. Sara Chittwood of Raytown, sponsored by Theta Chi, and Nancy Markle of Kansas City, sponsored by Alpha Sigma Alpha, were chosen Princesses. Kay Chase, Rhetor Editor, presented the queen and princesses with gifts. The coeds were selected by a committee of five Warrensburg residents who met with all twenty competitors for a full day of judging activities which was highlighted by a banquet during the evening. J PRINCESS Sara Chitlwood Theta Chi 37 l ll Vicki Tharp Delta Upsilon Patricia Bargfrede Beta Sigma Psi Sandra Murphy Fitzgerald Hall V2'4' 1974 Rhetor ueen Candidates Kathryn Curtin Susan Sullivan Houts-Hosey Hall Nickerson Hall Tina Baldwin Alpha Phi Omega I l i 1 J I l Diane Cardona Yeater Hall Leanna Samples Delta Chi Max Morath presents an exciting trip into the era of "The Ragtime Years". .Ivan Simvnilsch Xlpha Omicron Pi 38 Tina Baldwin Alpha Phi Omega Diane Cardona Yeater Hall Leanna Samples Delta Chi .lean Simonitsch Alpha Omicron Pi Linnette McClure K f 1 Elecia Eaton Laveda Moore Sigma Phi Epsilon Delta Zeta Alpha Kappa Alpha Barbara Hardt Alpha Xi Delta Linda Boghosian South Yeater Hall Nancy Elkins Sigma Sigma Sigma Karle Via Martha Hatten Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Gamma Delta agtime entertainment presented at coronation A ragtime concert by Max Morath provided the entertainment for the coronation of the 1974 Rhetor Queen on February 18, 1974. Popular entertainer-historian Max Morath offered his one-man preview of America during the evening. The concert featured the piano rags of Scott Joplin and Jelly Roll Morton, the songs of Bert Williams and Irving Berlin, and many other early artists, both famed and forgotten. Morath's show blend- ed music, humor, history, and satire into a bright and affec- tionate look at another era. As an observer of the American past, Max Morath first gained national attention in the early 1960's with two award-winning series for television dealing with the ragtime era. In 1969 he launched a, New York theatrical revue, "Max Morath at the Turn ofthe Century." A national tour followed, and critical acclaim was unanimous. Morath is a Vanguard recording artist and is a fre nent guest on leading TV variety and talk shows. He has co lppiled and edited several volumes of ragtime and popular music, and is active as a composer and writer. , f.J,,, , Aiasfsqnaglysdfrafwfreaggifwggfeivlegfgggggpp-qgiaeg-.A .l.A .AQ . ,, W. 21:ir4'F51q-gw:L:f:v.:cFffZ?:'1-Frir11e1fi'rerr:--2211212he-svfevwyrf-ace-ffmmffsiw: ,,:fv:awav:vavr1:- B ji Mel Jenkins Adviser Denece Smith., As hetor '74 features unique theme on all division pages r Volume LXVII, of the 1974 RHETOR, took advantage of the world-wide bicycle craze by using a bicycle theme throughout the book. The bicycle theme seemed appropriate with the growing number of bicycles being seen on our campus. Pleasure, exercise, and sport are some of the explanations for this growth, but facing an energy crisis, we can't overlook the economical value for this mode of transportation. This year's RHETOR also features the head ofa Fighting Mule centered within the gold embossed outline ofthe state of Missouri. The brown color is highlighted by red em- bossed writing on the front and backbone of the cover. The staff has tried to bring you a photographic history ofthe events which took place on our campus in the '73-'74 year. Kay Chase, Editor .LW-annul- . f .. , - . . Photo Staff: Steve Haymes, Jim Smith, Kevin Lobdell, Steve Schoen, Hadley Slonner, Don Reynolds, Jim Wiltse, Kitty Langlinais. 40 1 V 2. t Qfeffff ,5l'?37f7L"i 17313: V 1 . nf ,e1:2zcf'21 5912-'fff fi ' , iq w f z5f1 fzfzfmzfxwf 3 ,ffCf',' " iff -.f',.f4,,ff,.,f,,., ,W.f,,,ff, lf- f V A f l , fagggzygy 34,5 -,f,,y4fgf-1 f f waz ,L 44 f, ,,ff2'VfV f , ,fg:W9,W,5,,,,,,, fffff, ff , Toni Bell If 'il V , 4 , f' f l . . naw' , Associate Lo ' ' X X 1 py Lflllor 1, 3, , . , N, V I 43 4 fff C X I . XJ ,t ,4.4!f.ffffyf' ,, ,I .561 fziyyfwyffafyg-'ff ., X . M . W I ff Wk' l r , f f uf: 'W' , 'VV V . ' ,'5ff7M 'X ,A A ig , ,,,,' Lillfggfff-f 1 X ,wif I 74' 5 ' y V? "V'?L" , , . 1, , -'f "fa" 7I'7l7?3ffL2i fi f ' ' V ff "' 1 A V. ' z ," ' ' Denece Smith, Associate Copy Editor ,k,,,,g,M ' W? Y ase, Editor Janice Bell, Janet Briggs, Associate Copy Editors Kitty Langlinais. Randy Koonse Sports Editor Lynn Lake, Associate Copy Editor I l I Steven Schoen I Manager i E Production Photograph? ,, 41 M, ,.,V mam, ,nr We if 5 F' -49" 4 me s img' in-,QQMV ,030 'Q sry W JS Goldflsh eatmg mark ellglble for ulness Book of World Records Eric Lee, a Central MISSOUII State UHlVCfSlty freshman establlshed a new world record by swallowing 453 llve goldfish on January 31, 1974 Lee s record quallfles him for recognltlon ln the Guiness Book of World Records. In just two hours and flfteen minutes, Lee downed the goldflsh and recelved a flrst place prlze of fifty dollars from the Assoclatlon of Men Students, the organization that spon sored the contest. How did he do lt? Maybe lt was in the stars. Hls astrology sign is Pisces, the sign of the fish If another contest IS sponsored, he lS prepared to de fend his record and thmks he would have no difflculty in beating lt He also won recognition on three Kansas Clty television channels and his story was printed in at least six Mlssourl newspapers In addition, he recelved an offer from the Navy urglng him to flnd his place ln the Naval Submarme Corps Lee entered the con test with the intention of just swallowmg a few fish just to say he had done lt, but he soon found lt easy and stopped only because the flsh supply became ex hausted He was actually Hlmlng for 511 goldfish ln glvlng advlce to future swallowers, he commented that a person has to have h1s mind prepared for lt, as for his stomach, the flsh just tlckle going down 42 Eric Lee mm y . A- ' Photos by Alvin D. Goldman 1 E s ? I Q a v rf i 2 1 1 , 7 4 People line up for refreshments at intermission. An ideal evening for every phase of the concert. usic department provides entertainment at functions The Central Missouri State University Music Department offered a variety of concerts this year. The summer band, directed by Russell Coleman, is made up of forty-five members. Both undergraduates and graduates may enroll for the band which practices two days per week for one half hour credit. During the year, two lawn concerts are given. The President's Lawn Concert was presented on July 16, 1973 at 7:30 P.M. The basketball pep band, directed by Richard Cipson, consists of thirty-four volunteers. Dressed in red shirts and black hats, the band plays at every home game. The A Cappella Choir, directed by Ralph E. Hart, presented several concerts this year. The eighty-five members are chosen from an audition. Practicing three times per week, one half hour credit is given. The choir consists mainly of music majors but is open to everyone who wishes to try out. Dr. Russ Coleman strikes up the band at the President's Lawn Concert 45 - . .. J., ...,,.....aea.,. . r-as-, , ..a,e:a.,...., aes, SGA sponsors opinion poll concerning issues The Student Government Association is a student gover- ning body elected by the students, for the students. One of the major projects the Student Government Association sponsored was a all-school meeting to discuss student rights and the school administration. Guest speakers were pre- sent at the meeting. SGA also conducted a student opinion poll, the purpose being to find out how the student body feels about various pertinent issues, so SGA will be able to passllcgislation reflecting the students wishes. For enter- tainrhent, the SCA sponsors free movies throughout the year. The SGA contributed money and time in the organization of the "Political Awareness Day" which in- volved bringing speakers in national and state politics to the campus. l .Qin .. .4,,, :iaexncqgqrpfamraqBuxv.wV1Pk1?!ieuN45n9QWNLNfY4 +v,., .,. , "'-- ---- -- 315'i'f.??1fff'X'ZL1Ef,f4ff.Y5F2?!5:lf:D77f":f'3'?'X5?Z'S.'ZX7fL"f':?'1W"iZE"F?l,it- 1'-Y??Af2Ef23!'fQf?'fP1:'7'i ll f ,,- L f I ' 7 I I fl 673 5 .gf I f 'Q My O Recepti for men SGA Officer!!! Tom Fllhfmanll- Joyce Plank, Terry Daley, Timothy Doke- SGA Senators have trouble making up their minds while voting 1 , 'v Senators, of the SGA, listen intently before making a decision. Mrs. I' g issues while voting. iv- I 0 Mrs. Lovinger refills empty lea cups. Reception held b president for members of Prexy Club ,Z 1 1 W K The Prexy Club, made up of the presidents and heads of all Central Missouri State University campus organizations, convenes at a monthly dinner meeting with Dr. Warren C. Lovinger to discuss student suggested agenda and receive an- nouncements of interest. The club serves as a channel of communication. A Christmas reception was held on December 5, 1973 at the home of the Lovingers for all members. Mrs. Harold Young serves tea to club members. Club member, Hadley Stonner, chats with Dr. Lovingcr 4 47 l -. ei' " 114452: -152156 Hff.-wvxxfss-5!5:wwmvAgqgmwx'r H?i??-3?13?iE7q?2wzL:'z5hEYfal:v::fI:1tl'KF'1'21- 'Snitz ltr-E '9'l"21'-h"1!f-haf!-:lf H' fren Stuvlaafi-Airfrlev H Motor Sport Driving and Safety Club-The Motor Sport Driving and Safety Club QMSDSCJ was organized in November 3 of 1970 to give the students and area residents the opportunity to enjoy motor sports of a competitive nature, while subjec- ting themselves to less danger than in everyday driving. The club has achieved this part of its objectives, building better drivers, through rallies and gymkhanas. The gymkhana, as a . sport, places more emphasis upon driver skill than upon vehi- cle perlormance, and subjects drivers to critical situations of an emergency type nature. But neither the driver nor his car is in any real danger of physical damage or injury. MSDSC is under the School of Public Services, the Missouri Safety Center, and a member of the Kansas City Council of Sports Car Clubs. jx --4 A driver makes another tight corner to win in his class. if C g 1 Rugby Club-The Central Missouri State Rugby , j X M A Hz , Football Club, an athletic organization, was founded K 'f""' f' ff, U y in the spring of 1967. The team is a member of the I MMWM "" ' ' Heart of America Rugby Football Union which covers a six state area. CMSU hosts teams from Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri in addition to com- peting in various tournaments across the nation. The Rugby Club is composed of approximately 40 members who combine to make an "A" and a RB" team. The 1973-74 fall season proved to be a fine one for the ruggers who accomplished a 7-3 record and were undefeated on their home field. The total win- loss record for the club over a 7 year existence is 87-34. ,,.,,,W, JW, Club officers are: Karl Albert, President, Bob Harris, yyy. . Q, mf gggpyww.. Secretary, Roger Ridenhour, Coach. Dr. David Lind- 5 sa is s onsor. , Safety inspection is required to run in the gymkhana. y p , 15.5 Pershing Rifles lower th S. -U' Pershing Rifle dri CMSU Rugby Club takes on the Kansas City Rugby Club in Swope Park. 48 rner to win in his class. Missouri State Rugby anization, was founded m is a member of the wall Union which covers teams from Arkansas, uri in addition to com- l across the nation. The of approximately 40 lke an "A" and a "Bw proved to be a fine one .shed a 7-3 record and le field. The total win- ' year existence is 87-34. Presidentg Bob Harris, Ioach. Dr. David Lind- rganizations help fulfill campus life activities r ,::,1::-.4i:r149 , . Q. 12 2 -1 Pershing Rifles lower the flag during a formal company retreat. Pershing Rifle drill team practice for exhibition competition. -1 'Q A' , W Eiffel Af -,f V -M ,W W ' ' -if Z f A Pershing Rifles-Company R-7 of the National Socie- ty of Pershing Rifles, an honorary military society, was founded on this campus in 1968, continually seek- ing to. better prepare ROTC cadets for future com- mitments in the United States Army. Company R-7 has become well known throughout the mid-west for its highly proficient drill team. The drill team took first place in a state-wide drill meet and ended the season with eight trophies from three meets. The counter-guerrilla unit competed against such units as the Sedalia National Guard in field trainingfexercises. n l nut 14 iii' 1 . -1- ' J-:2!vvS:,.' - . ' ,J J ' '...!il7: . ..5'LI1: .v.' ' . -15 1 - .- -22' H' " 1- P- , f'7125r!!5I."2P. 25.55" - 'VL Club functions active throughout school year ' x Student Home Economics Associiation-SHEA membership is open to any student majoring or minoring in home economics at Central Missouri State University. This year Sl-IEA has engaged in and accomplished many worthwhile ac- tivities with Trishia Long as the organization's president. Some activities during the year were attendance at the state meeting at Lincoln University, a Hobo Party, scavenger hunt, campus blood drives, a Thanksgiving dinner, a Christmas breakfast, working with the Industrial Arts Club at Christmas time to entertain the Head Start Children, a flower arrang- ing demonstration, an arts and crafts seminar, a journey to the Home Show in Kansas City, a spring banquet, and a fashion show, and workshop for area high school girls. Other SHEA officers are Mary Yates, Ruth Evans, Vice Presidents, Kris Bauer, Mary Bailey, Secretaries, Patricia Webber, Treasurer. ,Mr-,.vv"""' fy muhyns 7 lF""'1:'- Members help the Head Start Children choose refreshments at the Christmas Party. Association of Childhood Education-The ACE branch at CMSU is active not only on campus but also participates in the state con- ventions. The past President, Dianne Davis Bennett, is on the board of ACEI, the international council. The programs throughout the year vary from a demonstration in Christmas art to exceptional children to outdoor recreation ending with a picnic in May. The organization is open t0 anyone concerned with children. Of- ficers are Sherry Dankert, Presidentg Janis Schlueter, First Vice Presidentg Pam Hunt, Second Vice President, Linda Bittiker, Recording Secretary? Cathy Seefurth, Corresponding Secretary, Patty Bowersox, Treasurer. Faculty sponsor is Dr. Kathleen Ranson. I' B S i English C Data Processing M student Data Process CMSU gives to stude business data process speakers attended th various topics in the were conducted durir and up-to-date inforn area. Yellow Freigh Ward Company both 1 businesses visited. Ot sales, the annual Chri: nic. Officers for this y Lloyd Perrin, Vice Secretary, Bill Eades,' John Willhardt, Mr. ll E 5 ! Three members look at Christmas art from the lab school. DECA members en lol year at the Christmas Party. 0 f C h i l d h o 0 d e ACE branch at not only on campus lates in the state con- st President, Dianne is on the board of national council. The .ghout the year vary ration in Christmas l children to outdoor ig with a picnic in iization is open to d with children. Of- Dankert., President, irst Vice President, nd Vice President, ecording Secretaryg b, Corresponding atty Bowersox, lty sponsor is Dr. English Club-The English ,W , Club is open to all English f .W g majors and minors. The y club's purpose is to provide 5 monthly programs to enrich . the language and literature offerings of the English department, and to afford students the opportunity to communicate with members of the faculty. The club awards annually a scholarship to a graduate stu- dent in English. Officers this year are Linda Berendzen, President, Karen Sharp, Vice President, Vicki Cooksey, Secretary, and Debbie Kerksiek, Treasurer. The sponsor is Miss Mary Scott. English Club joins in a sing-along at a Christmas party in Union, Data Processing Management Association-The student Data Processing Management Association at CMSU gives to students practical knowledge of the business data processing field. Many interesting speakers attended the monthly meetings to discuss various topics in the computer industry. Also, tours were conducted during the year to obtain first-hand and up-to-date information in this rapidly changing area. Yellow Freight Company and Montgomery Ward Company both of Kansas City were examples of businesses visited. Other activities include calendar sales, the annual Christmas party, and the spring pic- nic. Officers for this year are Dave Oetke, President, Lloyd Perrin, Vice President, Pam Lasswell, Secretary, Bill Eades, Treasurer. The sponsors are Dr. John Willhardt, Mr. Mel Franz, and Dr. Jane Bucks. Mr. Lloyd Stever talks to D.P.M.A. members at December luncheon meeting. Distributive Education Club of America-Distributive i Education is a vocational program of instruction for high school youth in the field of Merchandising and - Marketing. Classes are normally offered in the eleventh and twelfth grades, junior colleges and adult programs. This particular area of teaching is receiving a great deal of recognition because of the emphasis now being placed 'on vocational training for high school youth by the federal government and state agencies. Both lymen and women with proper qualifications have an oppor- tunity for attractive and challenging positions. Distributive Education Club of America is the official group for those in Distributive Educations. The CMSU DECA club has been extremely active this year with a field trip to Kansas City, Christmas Party, spring ban- quet and many other activities. DECA members enjoy the fall picnic at Pertle Springs. 51 Miss Laura Baker former Home Economics Department head presents President Barbara Buthhorn with the first Laura Baker Scholarship Kappa Omlcron Phi Beta Chapter of Kappa Omicron Phi, a national home economics honor society, has been on the CMS campus for 51 years The chapter collects trading coupons and stamps for Lrossnore School, in Crossnore, North Carolina, a school for underprivileged children and holds bake sales for other money making projects Members gain insight and guidance into their fields by involvement in more professional standards President is Bar bara Buchhorn Sponsors are Mrs Bonnie Braun, Miss Ruth Newman, and Mrs Lynn Houseman 4"lwg.,,W,Wv Sahff' Honorar organizations encourage hi h standards Sigma Tau Delta-The Gamma Theta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta is now in its sixteenth year on the Central Missouri State University campus. The honorary organization is open to any English ma- jor or minor with a junior standing and a 3.0 average in English. Sigma Tau Delta helps support visiting lecturers, holds monthly meetings bringing students and faculty together in an in- formal session, and provides for analysis and discussion of literature and the arts Current officers are Samia Martz, Presi- dentg and Joyce McCullough, Historian. Co-sponsors are Dr. Katherine Moroney, Dr. Lucy Bergman, Dr. Gail Crump, and Mr. Dean Hughes. lx ij Sigma Tau Delta members find time to take part in the Christmas activities at CMSU. Sigma Lita Ps1Lh honorary science ani attivc year Activitie tar wash paper drlv tv decorating the sc mas season an entry and vlsitatlons by r school science classe was the national co South Carolina Sew convention with sorr papers that dealt wit Sponsors for Psi Ch and Dr Joseph Snol Members of Gamma 'I Lambda Alpha E Alpha Epsilon is a prn justice fraternity M4 to pre-service collegi personnel as well as tl ed honorably in law fraternity supports I ment pistol team wl being a competitive gives instruction in those members of t request it. Members campus is mainly fr- group, however sevt currently in service 1 for the 1973-1974 yea Presidentg Larry Th dentg Chris Lackey, S Schlup, Treasurer. I. . Q: :Eat up andards -igma Zeta-Psi Chapter of Sigma Zeta. a national --.,f..-lrarv science and math societv. has had a very mtg tear. Xctiv ities include holding a fall picnic. .ir mash. paper drive. bake sales. a Christmas par- Q' -'lecorating the science building for the Christ- mas season. an entry in the Homecoming Parade. and visitations bv members to local elementary eq-hool science classes. The major ev ent of the year was the national convention held in Charleston. South Carolina. Several members attended this convention with some of the delegates presenting papers that dealt with student-conducted research. Sponsors for Psi Chapter are Dr. Roger Splinter and Dr. Joseph Snoble. .fini rf. f A L4-7 ' 1 ,, I f- ,-fnliklf ? . . Q ,ff-4. 114.1 -..,. ..,, V --f- is "W ,. Y - -- .. ...gg ,:1-1,-."',,,, ,, . JEVS. --J V , .I - -. 5 2' .',,.,, 'gr f ' ,wagsfy f- -2. f,y.,1-- J rf'-,3Q,"2f 4-.1-.L-:Le A-gina ' " ' 'fiff'-' f " f'7C,'-5'f""' Q141"'7f39 -1 .,", - ' . , Q 'f' f- ' ..1-..gYf','98:-ff,VQ-'fiQ'T.yf11.ff3' ' f, '.-W ,.,, ' 9" fi' ggi- " r rg.: -15, ,.f.-"f"f1'.-.eQ. ?'7L,4.' .... gg Members of Gamma Theta Lpsilon enjoying a float trip on the North Fork. Lambda Alpha Epsilon-Lambda Alpha Epsilon is a professional criminal justice fraternity. Membership is open to pre-service lcollegiatel and in service personnel as well as those who have serv- ed honorablj' in law enforcement. The fraternity supports LAR Law Enforce- ment pistol team. which in addition to being a competitive combat team. also gives instruction in police firearms to those members of the fraternity who request it. Membership on the CMSL' campus is mainly from the pre-service group. however several members are currently in service personnel. Officers for the 1973-1974 year are Bill Eckles. President: Larry Thomas. Vice Presi- dent: Chris Lackey. Secretary: and Paul Schlup. Treasurer. ...I lt Sigma Zeta's display at the Organizations in the Hub geographical societv. The campus chapter is the Iota Lambda Chapter. Requirement for membership are 6 hours of geography with a 3.0 grade point and a 210 overall for regular membership. For associate membership a if Nlemhers demonstrate the crouch position ol' police combat markman-hip, 53 Gamma Theta Lpsilon-Gamma Theta Lp ilon is an international honorarv student needs 3 hours in geography with a 3 0 grade point and a 2.0 overall. Gamma Theta Lpsilon has many activities throughout the vear including guest speakers. slide presen tations. road rallies,float trips. and an annual student-faculty picnic. Officers for the 1 ear 3 are Richard Smith. President: Melanie Belknap. Vice President: Debbie Btere I Secretary: and Debbie Marshall. Treasurer THE "ONE AND ONLY" if SINGERS gpm, Soccer team sponsored by the International Club. International Club-The Inter- national Club is a Central Missouri State University campus organiza- tion with a membership of 133 in- ternational students which repre- sent twenty-three foreign coun- tries. The club was created for the purpose of establishing good inter- national relations. Club meetings are held regularly each month, with discussions concerning inter- national relations. Throughout the year the club sponsors inter- national dinners with foods and entertainment from various coun- tries. This provides a means of ac- complishing the club's goals and purposes of international goodwill. The organization is ac- tive throughout the year par- ticipating in many campus ac- tivities. Sponsor for the club is Jim Postlewait. A g,!g,. P' W '.Qe.WaaQ e The One and Only Singers-"The One and Only Singers", under the direction of Sam King with accompanist Lana Lowe, presents programs which audiences over the state of Missouri have termed 'ifresh and in- spirational." Each year the singers share their talents with youngsters to oldsters, businessmen to teachers, soldiers to students. Three shows are presented on campus and many other shows at high schools and various social events throughout the state of Missouri. The Singers are under the auspices of the School of Continuing Education and the Office of Student Activities. Miss Helen Gilbert, Director of Student Activities, serves as advisor. lnlcrnalional Club president, Stcvc Koskei, presents a selection of stamps to CMSU presiderll Dr. Warren C. Lovinger. Mr. James Postlethwait, club advisor, shares in thc presentation. Orga: Association of Wo: member of Associat at CMSU. An asser maintained from elf halls and off-campt help women becom munity, and the wc entry in the Homec Annual Bridal Shox lectures, penny ni decoration contest a the year were Tin Rudroff, Jeannie W - Q Q - Mc Crappellettes-Gra female organizatior on the Central Mis campus in 1967. organization is to coaching staff and passing out progra meets, taking care 1 aid, support, and 1 program. The group Membership requil grade point average all possible wrestlir interest in wrestlil Roger Denker. The Haw Stevener, presi' W 'ix rganizations provide service to campus Association of Women Students-Every woman becomes a member of Association of Women Students when she enrolls at CMSU. An assembly of approximately sixty members is maintained from elected representatives among the residence halls and off-campus coeds. The main purpose of AWS is to help women become more involved in the university, com- munity, and the world. AWS won first place for its walking entry in the Homecoming parade this year. Canoe races, the Annual Bridal Show, the Best-Dressed Girl Contest, movies, lectures, penny nights, and the Annual Christmas door decoration contest are a few of the AWS activities. Officers for the year were Tina Baldwin, Stephanie Price, Mary Jo Rudroff, Jeannie Wolters, and Lynda Herring. gers-"The One and ie direction of Sam Qana Lowe, presents :es over the state of 1 "fresh and in- t the singers share ngsters to oldsters, soldiers to students. ted on campus and n schools and various lout the state of 3 under the auspices Education and Miss Helen Activities, serves ps to CMSU president n the presentation. ,,, Members organize recommendation letters. Grappellettes-Grappellettes is an all female organization that was established on the Central Missouri State University campus in 1967. The purpose of the organization is to assist the wrestling coaching staff and the wrestling team by passing out programs, keeping score at meets, taking care of all publicity, and to aid, support, and promote the wrestling program. The group consists of seven girls. Membership requirements include a 2.0 grade point average, willingness to attend all possible wrestling meets, and a sincere interest in wrestling. Sponsor is Coach Roger Denker. The officer for the year is Bev Stevener, president. 55 - f , ......, ..-... ad... '. .....a+.:,,s,,-,N t : : .k.::44-.a..u:..p,a:4 . Members are served refreshments at one of thc meetings Tassels-Tassels is a senior honorary organiza- tion for women. Members are chosen for grade point average, leadership, and service to the university. Tassels have been a local organization of Central Missouri State University campus since 1964 and are presently petitioning the National Mortar Board for Membership. Sponsors are Dr. Moroney, Dr. Ranson, and Dean Gower. The Grappellettes keep score at one of the meets. -1 .----.f V ...f-.fn f--.-..-yas-.ez.a..:.Dm....ea..:.t:s,.,i,-J...,. .. "K-5:7 -Q :-. rx- .M K., , A :-. ., ,-J-f s.4553-'7'EFE'2-5i5!'3FfJ'5F"l"f'5m?'Ff'9'F5!'4559"5"l"1?If7-'tfgff Fw-feH'ffbrzvzevxzfffalwrra-weevni-wwrnw CMSU Players play touch football while on a picnic. Playeris Club-The Player's Club is com- posed of students who have worked on a CMSU Theatre production, either on-stage or backstage. Among their off-stage ac- tivities are a fall picnic and tag football game pictured here, a hospitality room for high school theatre students participating in the District Speech Contest held on cam- pus, and a Spring Awards Banquet to recognize outstanding student actors, ac- tresses, directors, and backstage workers. Officers are Dan Gwin, President, Bill Tamme, Vice President, Gene Walker, Secretary, Rod Allen, Treasurer, and Alma Akers, Historian. Of the five officers, only two are Theatre majors, an indication that non-majors are welcome to join. Club participation broadens scope of education 'Wr W m McCandless points to wooden pipes in Warrensburg's First Methodist Church organ. American Guild of Organists-Contrary to its name, members of CMSU chapter of the American Guild of Organists are not all musicians let alone organists. They merely have an interest in pipe organs. In their monthly meetings the group attemps to further its musical knowledge and enjoyment through lec- tures, student and professional recitals and organ crawls through area instruments. In past years the group has made trips to the Reuter Pipe Organ factory in Lawrence, Kan- sas. This year's officers are: Mark McGuire, Presi- dent, Randy Wilson, Vice President, and Donna Rabius, Secretary- Treasurer. Sponsors for the group are Dr. Frederic Homan and Mr. William lVIcCandless. ayer's Club is com- have worked on a ion, either on-stage their off-stage ac- c and tag football ospitality room for lents participating Jntest held on cam- vards Banquet to student actors, ac- Jackstage workers. ri, President, Bill it, Gene Walker, , Treasurer, and jf the five officers, jors, an indication lcome to join. lcation I of y o s f t e a lo n e erely pipe lthly o u p 1 s an ec a n d an area fears trips rgan an lcers resi Vice nna OI' Cl'lC lam ,FS ,. Dr. Robert Kendall consults with Sheldon ,lones and ,lo Alexander about future club activities. Public Relations Student Society of America-The Central Missouri State University Chapter ofthe Public Relations Stu- dent Society of America QPRSSAJ serves two principal func- tions. First, it provides activities, inspiration, and meetings as a professional adjunct of the academic program of those students intending to pursue public relations as a career, and secondly, it increases the seasoned practitioner's knowledge of modern education for public relations and the value of such an education. PRSSA further functions as an organization for promoting student interest in public relations as a career, in- creases the knowledge and skill potential of those planning such a career, and affords its members the opportunity to put to practical use the knowledge they gain in the classroom by undertaking projects of benefit to the community or to their educational institutions. The Kansas City Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America sponsors the CMSU Chapter of PRSSA, which is under the leadership of Dr. Robert Kendall, Faculty Advisor, Sheldon Jones, President, Andy Johnson, Vice President, Joshephine Alexander, Secretary, and Cindy Martin, Treasurer. GRACOMAA GBACOMAA the Graphic Arts and Commercial Art Association formed in 1972 emphasizes the need for students to increase their knowledge of their major field This year s activities in cluded a wlener roast to welcome new members, guest speakers films, and field trips dealing with various aspects of the graphic and commer cial art field The club also operates a mlmbuslness, designing and prm ting for many clients around the campus Officers for the 197374 year are Hadley Stonner, Presi dent Debbie Miller Vice Presl dent, Becky Mathews, Secretary Treasurer Dennis Luppens Karen Wolfe and Kevin Lobdell Pro uc tion Staff Sponsors are Dr 'Lee Weir of the Graphics Department and Mr Ed Johnson of the Art Department f'RAfOMAA members discuss upcoming events while on a picnic at Pertle Springs t --T i'i'S' , 0 l ' 1 3 h . . I of . . .' , , ll - n it n I d . . n d I ' . K - I ' i ' wil ' I . . l : ., ry- . . f l . 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Richard Bennet Bull Beyer Richard Cates Bob Ebert Greg Cannes Dan Garland Randy Llndse Bruce I oyd Daud Nash Elwood Ries Mark Smith Ray Smith joe Spence r Pat Taggart Andrew Vincent Ron Ihoma-1 Fred Andrews Fraternity fomplex ff M s Vllke Wagner 8 aj I arry W f Ilw rn Terry W les QQ J lllcmllcrs 0 'JF Q fqlgma Phu Epsilon enjoying Inter-Fraternity Council Inter-Fraternity Council is made up of representatives of all the fraternities on the Central Missouri State University campus. Its main concern is to establish the regulations for fraternity life. As a service organization, IFC promotes inter-fraternity relations, inter- Greek relations, Greek-school relations and Greek community relations. IFC also participates in the Midwest Inter-Fraternity Conference Association. Inter-Fraternity Council and Panhellenie Council organize and sponsor Greek Week which is held on campus during spring term. I IW . 5 . 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The purpose of this party is to give independent women a chance to meet women in the sororities. To make rush procedures and rules clearer, a handbook is printed. Panhellenic serves as the channel of communication for coordinating the projects and programs ofthe various sororities. Each sorority elects three girls to be represen- tatives to the council. Eli, I i .- 1-,gg ,lfffi-. '21 225735 .352 lggig. '- 'fmji-j31if" ' f fi '- - ,rms 43214115 as t- pf.-W . , 2524-f 1 I-z -' . 1 3 fit' get if ' " :f-" W-271. M2 V V ,... www ,,.,-.aft . ,f t.,.1 -arerfawfssleawff"+-f'.-. 47 L, 7 -. as cf l xg . l I X Q G' i X . . V 4 ,efazyw fs ?'?f'4,: .1 , , i 4 3 - 4 J A as nf 4 441, , A K Panhelleniic Council representatives greeting students at the door for an introduction to Greek life. v V V NL., 2, Q1 X ,S ,+A lv is I 1 lg n . V:k13.1,,,vff:,2,,,w .. .. 5, A .J Barbara Allen Nancy Appel ap. ,,., ,... ..., A Q-1 -1:35 .-if-:' ,.- ii ' " 321' 1 .. 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'14 fy ff f fifxzfif f hz' Wffw ff A f of ww, !f 1- ff' ' 7 54 , , 6 2 ' ' . if ,-2 ' if , W e f ,, V4 ' 1 W, 4 Mui, ,V Linda Wilson Treasurer ALPHA GAMMA DELTA The women of the Epsilon Lambda Chapter of Alpha Mamma Delta returned to the Central Missouri State Lniversity campus enthusiastically to participate in the year's upcoming activities. The sorority's Homecoming i-andidate, Hilda Polnack, was selected as one of the top ten candidates for Homecoming Queen and their walk- ing entry placed third in the Homecoming parade. Halloween brought the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority first place in the pumpkin carving contest. Alpha Gam Peggy Leonard was selected as the Theta Chi Sweetheart. Alpha Gams participated in CWENS, SGA, Union Cabinet, Mulekickers, Little Sisters of Delta Upsilon, Sisters ofthe Crossed Sword, Sigma Pi Sweetheart Club, Kappa Kappa Kappa, Brigadaires, Dolphins, Home Economics Club, ACE, Band, SMSU Twirlers, Campus Girl Scouts, AWS Fashion Board, Recreation Society, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Tassels, Alpha Phi Delta, Association of Social Work Students and the Muleskinner. Faculty sponsors this year were Mrs. Theola Bradley, Dr. Myron Carter, Mrs. Trudy Tuibell and Dr. Robert Zey. X5 as Q , Y . NW- - . x f E , . 11:11 C ii Brenda Bogner Patty Bowersox Marjory Chapman Kay Conway Glenna Edmonson Gloria Graham Dehhie Graim Carolyn Griefe Kathie Holm Martha Hotten Mary Hough Linda Jackson rx ,.,., - W? if ,p , 2 H' r a ,, ,,, Ziff' Ji' 'K , ,, ,, ,,, ,, f -awww f ffm .rf Xi., l "1 .... . Linda Wilmon Carole Woltka mP Janie Woltkamp Sheri Jackson Donna Jambor Linda Jambor Debbie Jennings Shirley Kochsmier Fonda Krueger Jeanne Lock Trisha Long Karen Lunezewski Mary Means Patty Nash Marilyn Nissen Cherie Nugen Mindy Ostland Rohhie Pautler Hilda Polnaek jane Quammen Sandy Russell Dehhie Saylor Cathy See urth Peggy Sullivan Vickiiffhorp Heidigwiedenmeyer Rita Williams Allieze Curry Sandy Holmes Emily Kerr Kathy Molloy Cloria Todd Teresa Todd Nina W'illu-'recon Wlzlrquitzl Wvillmnks Kathy Crosby i Janice Perkins Darzetta Canady Laveda Moore Gayle McKinney President Vice President ' Secretary Treasurer F The Delta Upsilon C recent newcomer tn Organizations on car in the United States. purpose of the so mankindu. They beg Halloween party f Warrensburg. The 5 with the ,lohnson Cow services to a needy l Z l0l'C V Gayle McKinney Treasurer ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA The Delta Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha is a recent newcomer to the ranks of recognized Creek Organizations on campus. It is the oldest Black sorority in the United States. AKA women continue to fulfill the purpose of the sorority which is Mservice to all mankindii. They began their first year on campus with a Halloween party for the Head Start children of Warrensburg. The sorority is working in conjunction with the Johnson County Welfare office to provide social services to a needy family in Warrensbtlrg. This fall Delta Upsilon Chapter sponsored monthly dances at the stadium shelter. During the spring term they held their annual AKA Ball, the King being Mr. Charles Carr, a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. They also participated in Delta Sigma Theta's Phase III Marchdown. Members of the sorority that hold Sweetheart titles include Ruby Curry, Kappa Alpha Psi and Laveda Moore, Omega Psi Phig Gayle McKinney was named a Princess of the 1973 ABC Homecoming Dance. The sponsors are Mrs. O. Ness and Mr. G. Curtis. Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha in a planning session for rush i- Feld' hw' lun! ,. trimming tree Alpha Kappa Alpha's "first placew performance at Delta Sigma Thela's Phase ll Marchdown. , . 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Rita Princess. andthe Ch Division ol' walking eluded giving a Hall Higginsville State Sc ving Contest here celebrated with the 7, . h uf' j 'V-,T ,.:VV -ZAR gf K rs LV' 44' P' 5- K fn i ' V! 4 41 231 N!iK"f..? ,vp ,. Y 5' ,os .r 'S : 5555 l E, . ' J I A-3:33, ' f ALPHA OMICRO PI thc llclta Pi Chapter ol' Alpha Umicron Pi returned to t,cniral Nlissouri State alter being awarded the second National l'hilanthropic Award at the International llonicntion. Rita Ming was crowned Homecoming Alpha Umicron Pi members participated in .VX Vt S. 'lllu Troupe, University Union Cabinet, Program Council CWENS, Tassels, Mulekickers, Sisters ol' thc Golden Heart, Sisters of the Crossed S l . ., , 1 wort s, Crescent Girls, K, Princess. and the Chapter won second place in the Greek Sweethearts ol' Alpha Phi Omega and Alpha lxappa 7- . .1 '-igion ol' walkin in the arade. Other activities in- Lambda, Who's Who in American Colle es and llniser- , DH 3 P g ti f 11 ' , " cluded giving a Halloween party for the children at the sities, Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Lambda Della, Prexy V 'twinsville State School, and the annual Pum kin Car- Club, and Ka a Delta Pi. S onsors this vear were Mrs. Him, P pp P , g Kalhv Cox ying Contest here on campus. Founders' Day was Barbara Chrisman, Mr. James Postlcthwait, Dr. Marilyn Secretary Celebrated with the Maryville chapter. Schmidt, Mrs. Rosalie Schell, and Miss Mary Ruth Scott. -yvv vi L , I --X 6 r . vm N ,X - if lvv- M9 Iv . 555g,h:r,S',T" 4 w. 4 g I, , L , , '11, vlvrv ,V A jg, S ti., I fu X QE' ,, I' 1 az 53.5 It I Donna Snydvr 'f ' lla- iiv -", 'fi if ' ' f-bf "" " , , I I f Jane' T"r"f'll , ' w- b -.' A 3- F94 f,, ' j 2 ,f ' 5 ,aa 5 2 "' janet Toburt-u A A M' '17 ."' I 1 -fi '-., " fl ,. W C Maria Vcnegoni P ' ' ' W' x ' ,if A i ' ' 1" 'N 1 ' 'K in , Carol 'n Wade l ' I 1. 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Y. , . . . , ff A- - - Nh- if "-'uf--'A:---'-'mf-'rw---fl--fff1-x-'v.-f -f--J - 'iiaef'---i'-f A,"!'PIfY!'?"'??f'F'i'f'L5'?i"?Hefvreseax-eras,n'f:'.wfvmefr39awm-meme:awww-tm-- 1 W i i ' Linda Burton f Cindy Cellier Carol Corey ,laney Cramer Cheri Crismon Ginger Cummings ,lanet Decker Pam Mayden Chesley Sims Ann Stewart Johanna Haag President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Mary Anagnos Ginnie Bargfrede Cheri Bowman Alexis Broadbent Karen llurton . ,N,.-.,,,,,, 'l he 1973-74 schoo l nivvrsity was pack Zeta Zeta Chapter were proud to have Debbie Nickell, Gi Alphas also contril alum tea to the l Alpha, throughout sponsors two childr Each year Alphas al Chi Alpha. no 's v - 'fy F ,air Y fa Y3ia'fLJff C92 ta q xq ,run .. 'IV' V .,,, gg N ,iv , ,, f Q2 6 N. "1-HL -ol' , " , 3 M, i ,W 'fig-W, ii.. iii ex 5 52155 f pg 'S i m ia f f A i n W ,- J! ,fb A "lata , If I 1 T 1 I J Q i l 4 Alpha's take to the country in search for a Christmas tree. 68 , fr .Iohanna Haag Treasurer I .-- I ., 7, , V' , N. I " W N .,., 47 ff Z," ., ti 4' "' M., A fa 1 'H w,f"Z' . If F' .gf ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA fm- S073-T1 school year at Central Missouri State R. out-rsity was packed with activities and honors for the feta Zeta Chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha. The Alphas were proud to have three Homecoming Queen finalists: Debbie Nickell, Ginger Cummings, and Pam Mayden. Alphas also contributed a walking parade entry and alum tea to the Homecoming events. Alpha Sigma Alpha, throughout the year, as a philanthropic project sponsors two children at the Higginsville State School. Each year Alphas also sponsor a 50's dance with Lambda Chi Alpha. The Alpha Sigma Alphas are quite active in many area- ol' campus life. Some of the activities the Alpha- par- ticipate in are: Tassels, Cwens, Alpha Phi Delta, Psi Chi. AWS Fashion Board, Dappa Delta Phi. Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Government Association, Home Economics Club, Panhellenic Council, Sisters of the Golden Heart, Order of Diana, and Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girls, and One and Only Singers. Sponsors lor the 1973-74 school year include Dr. Velma Taylor, Dr. Bette Cook, Dr. Jesse Jutten, and Dr. Kenneth Thomp- son. Liza Hilers Brenda Got-km-I Michele Granger Nancy Markle Debbie Nickell Connie Peyton ,lane Saling Marijean Zacha ,J Alphas have fun while hunting for ChriSll11f1S true. - .L-..M.... V -. . .. .-1-faq... .4-1-n.-ne...a.u..n.,.....-4.xi.:.:.a.,Q.-.zv:vr:4:.x.-.:3ue.:Aussri...' L'...-:.1.,a44..-.2 I -.2vv-.,,-f.-..2s-t:.a4m-iLziyx.uasn:w:n-,x:ip,avE-+--i-. wa - . 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V ' ' VW ' t Lelsa Dlpreta 4,11 Q' .V 7 b 1 , , X , 3 .Q A u V -V 'A 't" 1 Janis Dodds V? viii 'Q Hifi, rw I Pmn Downing ,VV vi as vi , ,iz-E Q I A Carol Ellingson ,H ,V , ' ,QQ is I " Eff- I ,f Q 'fy Diana Gregory -ZZ ff -I In :U VV A f f X Barb Harclt V, 1 ,gag A In - , , g ! f'z ' .Veg 1 V 1 . ,. ,- -f., 1. V -' f ff-rf: ' 'Q , ff ff 4 , ' f t',' . f ' Jef s 1 I 1 70 'K f , ' 'if' 1' Nancy Lynde Treasurer Y .,,. li z ! V 91 " A V ' lf ,nan -- A , , V 9 5 . a if C7 ' Wx-7 5:4 4 .1 1' J ALPHA XI DELTA The Epsilon Tau Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta began the 1973-74 school year eagerly anticipating the many traditional activities in which they participate. Everyone was enthusiastic about using Walt Disney's theme of HMary Poppins" for the Homecoming parade walking entry. Debbie Johnson was Alpha Xi Delta's candidate for Homecoming Queen. The Alpha Xis had their an- nual pumpkin carving at Halloween in which they carv- ed Greek letters into pumpkins and gave them to the Greek Organizations on campus. .1 The women of Alpha Xi Delta and the men ol' Delta lip- silon got into the Christmas spirit by carolling for various charitable organizations. A fun time was en- joyed by all at the Alpha Xi's Father's Weekend which was followed shortly by their traditional lVlother's Weekend. Throughout the year, the women of Alpha Xi participated in Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gracoma, Kappa Delta Pi, CMSU twirlers, Marching Band, SGA, SNEA, ACE, Kappa Kap- pa Kappa, SCIC, Prexy Club, Psi Chi, and Panhellenic Council. Debbi Johnson Debbie Murdock Nancy Oppel Pam Pitts Joyce Plank Janis Scllluetcr V Ann Thomas 5511-.5 -441. ,: S1 ' ' - , ' ""' ' -"'A " 'if "-914-1 '21-" '-"'-T -I - -"Af ' fn- . -1-ft:-V. -. wwf..---,ff-qa--,-:.Q-'5'l'2'5!f'l!-:'f22-JE-5,f,l534-:2:9'fnrx'::.5 F 5 Deborah Hannahs Brenda Hill Dana Jones Carolyn Lueas Regina Murrell Thelma Chandler rgf- . 'ff"f1'1"- 1 ' 4,3 .Lge l L i L z N 0,1 k , A ,jf 1. get 5 f'?"':f Jeanette Liggins Denise- Ragan pfCSlflClli Vice President V-'S!"fL'?-3 214 meme- :mn .wean r:9swfm-ma-use-' wmv-ww." lh-Ita Sigma Theta founded in 1913. K students, founded User 4,000 Deltas Hagan, met in Atl: national convent throughout the cou new groundw. Zet have Regina Murr candidate, and Cal Q' 7 unmu pose with Much:-al ThompQ0n r Plailmow ant lrst BIIHUMJCHUCIIC Llgglflg CUJOW the runmr up ll xrold Nlohellx at their Bunm fluh lwtrawagxnla V 4 ,, 'l 2 ' 1 l B V' . JM. lf'q g A- ' 72 1 Ragan resident Liggins enjoys the danC9- DELTA SIGMA THETA Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., a public service sorority, was founded in 1913. Karla Powells and Naomi Glenn, CMS students, founded the Zeta Lambda Chapter in 1969. Over 4,000 Deltas, including Zeta Lambdais Denise Ragan, met in Atlanta, Georgia for the sorority's 32nd national convention. The theme which members throughout the country will be using is "Deltas breaking new groundw. Zeta Lambda members were proud to have Regina Murrell as a CMSU Homecoming Queen candidate, and Carolyn Lucas, ABC Queen candidate. fy.,-,-1 f-f-- . 9, , f f V 'f :f- l f, uf rv W ,g5,ff,,My, .f , . ,L , , 0 4 ,. f-,V 51", Jpifit . fkif: '?1iZfj,3i I fff vw-,.L., xfmzfa. 1 .V 1 . ,vafw',f, ff,-QV,-4-' 1, f- ' 1' ,. 4" 1.,,,.f .,:g'.1z1f 1,2--ff 'W WJ, 1? 4251 f.f . f W V- , ,yn ga-2 4,4 .W lyfjwi 1 1 mmnwmvawmwwfmwmw ysrzxnsxxzrxmxcfzz ,: 2 2 5 sts ss was X.-5 fi jfs xl sir , E,-Ns wing, Ne, - msswssx 'i , .f .ffwfl ,... AQ, Wag -rf y,,4,,,,M , . ' , f nf , K .2937 1- r V' ,,,.. . V - wffn-gp? ,af ,v . ,,, ff, 1 ' ' rf , ,f f,, K A vffwfwfwwfyfsyfmw. 1 f ' , ,I -1, 1. ,1,,'y ffltl 'f ff wi f! . f fe M ff f f " f Uv!! f y .M-nf, , '-Q'3Z'1,.',,5?V'4'Vz47, A""f - ,,',' if H ', ' Wagga, A ,X 7, , :H - glwg, . , WL MW! ff Aff ,ff Deltas will continue 'ibreaking new ground" in the way of public service by giving to the needy Thanksgixing. Christmas, and Easter baskets. Members also 'tTrick or Treat" for Unicef. Jabberwock, a fund-raising weck. is the sorority's largest public service event which awards a scholarship to a needy black student in Warrensburg. Other events include: Bunny Club Extravaganza and ,lack of Hearts Ball. President for the organization this year is Jeanette Liggins. Mrs. Patricia Ashman and Dr. Elois Petton serve as sponsors. iw -V , ,' af W s J 9 , . ,f X I . g .... I ff X fd T4.,,f!QA, " We-fzijry, 2,,'4::z?44f,9.f41.'.aMQ.', 4, 'imma ,.,. ,, ,,.,', ,Qzfwiey,m.fxzm4y,.:,,ff.., Delta probates exit the chapel after crossing those burning sands. Delta's '5kain't git enough" of that Delta Stroll at their annual Bunny Club Dance at Pertle Springs. -Q-fa. .214 aku-. . ,.....4au1.:,-. 4... 1 f . '- : -a:.ea.:s:-u.:f:.w:r. . . ...4.-.L.a,-..- Y .5 .4---Mfr--.-.uct-41can..a.1s:m1u..a,1:wxnf .ML-, 11 - --- - .--- - ' L - ,.. .V 759 - J s.-.,-V--2 4, 1-g.-1-.-: .-Tr --1. ' a fm,-.,.4::..,-. , 1,-1,4-. -T,1,11:'?L!!:5figx.u.m.gg1p,.,n-Sgr:-iran?.f i .- 1,.e.w-ang 4, ,V-,,,,-ss .wQ.,,,, ,L -W, ,.,.. , ,. J, Cindy Bemlles Sue Becker Teresa Burgess Anne Chase Kay Chase Debi Christcnson Denise Coffland Tanna Crump jo Anne Diekmann Elf-cia Eaton Susan Fluharly Zona Hall Cindy Hansen Ginny Jones Marla Kc-ithly Shauna Lev l.iz llll'iif'LlllI llury Nlclican 'Y V A 'bn .41 , ,za ,v,, V 1 , E132 t A '-1 3' 2, 35 1,31 ,V '- -if a .- I'5ifff"--1:" 'i ' gf, 1 -1 .rf ' U75 'Z 3 ' 2 as 's S 1 z -a'g:1fi511g2g::g5' 'V ,qs '. , ,. . ' A, ,,.,, A 'V " " ?iff?ff5i4f' ' 5 .W , 7 J. If gi' xi," - 1-'M 4: , '. ii' , . 'Eff if ,. 6'35W iL'v,s , , ,11 1, . ,ee AW, ,,,, "'u 1 ' - - , 1 " 11- Patty Stiles Sheila Willbanks Cheryl Tisell Kathy Rooney President Vice President Secretary Treasurer if W AM 'l hc llpsilon Cammz busy year with on tlmcmc proved succ choscn Homecoming Ji rar c was also a Homccoming ueen sponsorcd by the me their Sweetheart. De Miller chosen as CM proved successful ss pledge classes on ca IN, TOYLAND -1 1- 4 t K . ,. , , 17' , , 1 QQ, 4 l1,M,a1, , f 1 11544 f 1 f "'.-0 Wfffff' if . few? ,, e, 5 ' , , ., . ,,y., ,.,,., 1 V! AKV! A in 0-v-F ,ip, ,,i, 1 1 t 'a A A 1 ' ' 'f X ,,,,,, X -1ff,-1vaf2:'..1f,fi,2', , 'L'lg,.Q9,fwf,f" y, .:f4-J: g':"2fvz'1-ag ' X 1 'ff' ' 74 Delta Zeta held t "if ui V,-. Half f'! X. 1 .4-ss Deli Kathy Rooney Treasurer DELTA ZETA The Epsilon Gamma Chapter of Delta Zeta kicked off a busy year with Homecoming. The 'lBabes in Toyland" theme proved successful when Gail Woodruff was chosen Homecoming Princess. The walking entry in the parade was also awarded first place. Another DZ Homecoming Queen candidate was Jo Ann Diekmann, sponsored by the men of Sigma Tau Gamma, who is also their Sweetheart. Delta Zeta was very proud to have Pam Miller chosen as CMSU,s Best Dressed Girl. Dedication proved successful when DZ's took one of the largest pledge classes on campus. Throughout the year Delta Zeta participated in many Greek and campus activities. DZ's were awarded membership in Tassels, Cwens, Alpha Lambda Della, Alpha Phi Delta honories, Who's Who in Colleges and Universities, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sisters of the Golden Heart, Lambda Chi Alpha Cresent Girls, Delta Upsilon Little Sisters, and Sigma Pi Sweetheart Club. Delta Zeta participated in AWS, Prexy Club, Dolphins, Rhetor Staff, Troupe, volleyball, twirling, and cheerleading. Sponsors are Dr. Achauer, Mrs. Mayfield, Mrs. Roberts, and Mr. Penuel. Q' Delta Zeta held their annual steak fry at Pertle Springs lodge. ,.f f, Delta Zel "Leaves" its cares behind. Pam Miller Ann Reed gif? M ,Ivnnabeth Troumhlev 9 LIIN-ggy Walls 'L illiaren Wolf l .gi Bette Wuodmann A Q Q Gail Woodruff l i I' Harp Yates 1.1 .se Sue Mitchell Marsha Noland Renee Pryor Jeanne Rooney Beverly Scott Marilyn Sells Kristen Smith ,Iulie Spencer Shelly Staton Ruth Stewart ,lane Sumpter Debbie Swager Sue Tesson Melanie Belknap Andrea Breen Patty Dinkins Becky Dowell Domenica Euvino Juli Baker Ruth Bargfrede Vicki Barnes Connie Eggers Susan Dusheke President Vice President Barb Allen Susan Arnold ., Q- V- I ,.,,,,., - we 4 4. at 1 , 57 ,lr 4 ,Fw 4. 1 -' 'H .v--. V A- - 1.,:- 'hgfil , ,, .,,, ,W , ,. if' I fi f , , 1 ,I 1 :yds 4 ? , Suzanne Earnest Secretary fa M6 w Barb Buchhorn Treasurer The Delta Eta Ch 74 academic year winning first plat parade. Melanie Queen candidate, year the women ticipated in p collected for UNI Head Start progr ontology which i. ,IEW Nl , 24,41 , . 051.3 5:5:5g1f - ,J K, ,yi - ff,-::.,.1.:.y.. ,,.,.g:1,,'-,, , ,,,:.,: 91.4 g,.,:,f,- ,-.- -zf:-:--1:-ak.1.-.5-:gytc, , was F ff? 4' Wit i W .N J Eujema Euuno Cathy Garcia Kathy Gill Susie Griffin june Hlavacek Diana Johnson Patty Kinder Pal Kunkle Renee Leichl Lynn Lucas Bobbie Mclilhane- Kathy Mosby ,Io Newsom Sue Nissen janet Reid Susan Salisberry Debbie Sanders Carla Shroder Carol Smith Teila Sprinkle Elaine Taylor Becky Tuttle Debbie Williams Paula Wilson Y 4 .1 '59,?:1'-" in nu I A, ,, f ,,,,,f, , f M2 ,W 1 1 f .QV .. B ix . 2, 3 2 0 rl is ,,,..,f,1mf, WW . l f 7 3 f"eff4h'ny,,,vW, fl , 45 , ah f 2? 4 . ff ' Z i ..-... ,..,....... -.........,..--....x.-------s--v-f--------- - - ,,,..,- ,.:V, f .-,.-e Barb Buchhorn Treasurer SIGMA QAPPA The Delta Eta Chapter of Sigma Kappa began the 1973- 74 academic year at Central Missouri State University hy winning first place with their float in the Homecoming parade. Melanie Belknap, Sigma Kappa Homecoming Queen candidate, placed in the Top Ten finalists. This year the women of Sigma Kappa sorority again par- ticipated in philanthropy projects. The sorority collected for UNICEF and worked with children in the Head Start program. It also promoted a program of ger- ontology which is a National philanthropy. Sigma Kappa was active in ACE, SNEA, CXX ENS, SIIEA, NSSHA, Alpha Phi Delta Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Tassels, Mulekickers, The Troupe, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girls, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sisters of the Golden Heart and Sigma Pi Little Sisters. Sponsors for the year were Miss Elizabeth Engle, Dr. Shela Moss, Mrs. Vern Godfrey, Miss Helen Gilbert and Mrs. Verley Whiteside. Rooster Rosters were Dr. A.L. Sosehee and Dr, Lowell Whiteside. . ,.. 1" Hiding' ,a,V, ' limi! . ,I ..,,,., ll l 7 X 3 5 "f2"' ff Z, ,. , V , ff,f'f1f,jf,f f mf , f 2 We ff , X . ,, , , X 2 5' i f,wf.,Ww, f 'd f. M I f ' f 1 5 5 A V img V 5 f ,f ,, X , , fffzsg , Qu. 6 Z 'WWf':-' fa -3 Z 'WfZZfmL,3,, Z , , 5 fm if ffff ' f ' ' , f , f fi ff Oy yn, 5, ffwwffw, y " 1?f7lf,4f QQ, 7 ffff' 9,1 fijf' 37 ,ff , f ,7,ff,,,,fi7f6,g,jQify4. ,,, V M , V, y ff , X ,,.. X, , , ,, V ,, QM , iff ffg ,gc ' ' 3 ,f - i , Wi, ff 4, , , ,vw f f fi' ...N . . . s n. . . : -wara-AAw.L..4..ura.N i ,.1gu.ia:,.--,rn-.' . " .LL-1A4v.n-ug1,a3,.:.T - . . --.--'N -- - -,-e.-1' v-v-www ----4:ntAn...Jt1nz:.5-A-.zrnzsai ,'..,-... 4 1 l i 5 4 In ,.. V ,, , AL- --1, Y, -:Ei'54Tl'7173"5 ??'5?5'WF-H-"f'!?K'3'TS''E'-'K!'f-K't52,"'1"Y12f1f':-151 P4 P I Carla Cathlina Cathy Caton Gail Cunningham Sarah Drake Marcia Duplantis Nancy Elkins Gaiola Franken Julia Croce Susie Hammond Alvera Hughes Janet Hunter Ruth Hutson Karen Johnson Beth McCuhhin Dehhie Usher Rita Partee ,lan Roth Beverley Smith Adele Underwood Karle Via Cindy Wallendorf Vicki W1-llman Darlene Wieland .lean Witherup Diane Bognor Lana Bolinger Marlyne Buell Patti Burmeister Paula Amos Rhonda Baldwin Diane Beecroft Patti Prather Sara Chittwood Ann Norris Cindy Keys President Vice President Secretary Treasurer . Ay, ,,.7,,, 1 :M 2? , 2:1 YYYVY ,TW i lr :A , V wiht -, J. 11 ,, A ,-,, v -, ' AV,! 'ig' H- Vg? 7 f I' , ta v JZ ' ,1 4 ,ggi , f 1, wi W f ya! -gy! fm-if - 4 W I X gil Z 1 f , X f 7' 1' 1 M A Again, Sigma , brought many Sigmas selected Chitwood sup the Theta Chi Goddess. Kali sorority sister P The runner-up Bolinger and Cindy Allison J n't K F. , X! , ,fmt 1 . w, ' 4 Q' ugwi sa R -N r it Cindy Keys Treasurer S GMA SIGMA SIGMA tgain, Sigma Sigma Sigma had an active year which brought many honors to the sorority. ,There were two Sigmas selected as Homecoming candidates, Sara Chitwood supported bythe Sigmas and Patti Prather for the Theta Chi fraternity. Anny Norris was named Greek Goddess. Kali Ball, Miss Warrensburg 1972, crowned her sorority sister Patti Burmeister Miss Warrensbu rg 1973. The runner-up positions were also held by Lana Bolinger and Cindy Keys. In AWS Best Dressed contest, Cindy Allison Jaco and Paula Amos represented Sigmas. Sigma's Patti Prather and Ruth Hutson were selected as members ol' the One and Only singing group. Xt sports events Sigmas were there with cheerleaders Susie llam- mond, Sara Chittwood, Karle Via, and Mulekic-kers Gail Cunningham and Carla Cathlina. Sigmas were also ac- tive in PRSSA, Cwens, Student Government Association, AWS, Alpha Phi Delta, Dolphins, Kappa Delta Phi, Prexy Club. Larry Shelor was named Sigma Man of the Year at the Sigma Wfinter Formal. Sponsors this year were Dr. Joyce Baily and Miss Myra Baas. Slgmas having a last minute practice lmeforc preferential dinner lmifrpcr "' V ' ,,,,., i' f ' ,.,.', ' , L, 1 ' ' bf " 79 , if 'f' GREEK WEEIQ loaded with lively games, entertainment In the spring of the year, Greeks on the Central Missouri State University campus get a chance to express themselves. The traditional Greek Week begins on a Monday, with the Delta Upsilon and Beta Sigma Psi Down- town Bed Races. Each Greek organization races against the clock, on homemade wooden beds, to win the first trophy given in the week. Tau Kappa Epsilon sponsors a grueling tricycle race among the sororities which takes place at the CMS driving range. There is also a prize given to the sorority who supports their contestants with the best costume. One day is set aside for all Greeks to display their individual organization with tee-shirts. A fraternity and sorority join forces in sponsoring a bat- tle of the bands, 50,s style, while everyone else comes to support their favorite band. Throughout the week campaigning proceeds for Greek God and Goddess. The highlight of an exciting week is a picnic and com- petition in assorted Greek games at Pertle Springs. These games include the three legged race, egg toss, egg eating contest, tug of war, turtle race, canoe race, and concluding with the chariot race. 80 .A .. '1 4 1, :v- v. I1- i . yfwvfwwrff 1 iff f ff, 7 ,ff , ,1 f ,ff -4... -un .A-.41...-.-14.10-Q. .- -,l-,A-v--w uv-un1x3xlg.."uns-as--1...-o:a.:r Q ,Q 44? , V' f, L I John Bates Michael llersch Robert Burton Curtis Cearl-ey David Davenport Steven Fritts Michael Graham James Grigsby Dan Jeffers Tom ,louras Terry Knotts Robert l,aR0ussa Laurence Leutliarl Terry Lierman Charles McClain Steven Mulford Timothy 0'Kf-efe Robert Rick Terry Warner David Wheaton Dennis Whiting Edwin Sampson President Vice President Frank Adams David Arnold Q -I f2if1,z5:.. Q53 si, ,,,. . 'M 52331: ig, , .-ff ., hi Dennis Patterson Secretary Douglas Nentwig Treasurer -, V. .. Asif:- as , , ' 1 , B, Ms., wi- , N, ,Q vi . . .. . W, Cx Nz, ,N nf Vim in lk A l f A This year the Sig fraternity cel Central Missouri I973-74 school many objectives am activities. The varii ticipated in ranged basketball to paving Alpha Epsilon Pi's University Blood D' silh- gisilon Pi's annl an Douglas Nentwig Treasurer ALPHA EPSILO PI fhis vear the Sigma Mu Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity celebrated their fourth anniversary on the Central Missouri State University campus. During the 1973-74 school year Alpha Epsilon Pi accomplished many objectives and participated in a number of various activities. The various activities that the fraternity par- ticipated in ranged from football, bowling, softball and basketball to paving a road and Pumpkin Carolling. The Alpha Epsilon Pi's were also very successful in the CMS University Blood Drive. After much long, hard work, Alpha Epsilon Pi frater- nity's float captured second-place in the Greek Division of the Homecoming parade. The Alpha Epsilon Pi Little Sisters helped at the concession stand at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, raised money with a candy sale and planned various parties for the fraternity. lt is evi- dent that without the united effort of the members of the fraternity, none of the accomplishments they made scholastically, for themselves and the community, would have ever been realized. J' ' '.'l, -seg ' A f .aw- N4-f In ' ,F bi Af. .,g, " v . R r -fn. 1 .. ,au 1,- 1 , A "' - 2 - - . at - " if i .. ,. vi y an e M. ' ' I P ' 4 . J Alpha Epsilon Pls annual Pumpkin Carolling at Dr. Lovinger's residence. XA V , VIA .mimi 'L' ,J . -UH V VZL: E V ' ii : I , 1 ,W-f..,f,f 5 5.7! ,I ff ,, ,M L, V , 'M William Beyer David Jones Barry Hulen Mike Heembroek President Vice President Secretary Treasurer john Bell Robert Belser Michael Bird Bradley Broadbent Randall Bryson Dennis Cassidy Chuck Coldirott Dennis Crass Steve Delphia Bob Duveniek Bill Foster Martha Km-hheim fliousemotherj 1-, jj, 8 . My l Q15-f 4.4, "QQ .diflii , J . ,f wXu,nf:,,. as I .v...,,f sgj Wi,-.wfE'3 pf gn uc C .,,.. l V1 A . - 5 .Un 4 E Z A V, , . , Y A - ft ' 7 i . ,l A K .s ' :gn ' . ,fs A. ' V U E -ff' if rl 1 ,.., ,svi'i.' ' i l l '? , wtf . . X ,Q U3 SQ", y , a .iii C' -f""vf up 1. z, . he - 11,75 :v b 4 QQ... if AKL's and Alpha Gam's have Halloween Party for Head Start Children. 84 Sllfllld Vhapter of A tioning on the CM tic-ipated in all Alpha Kappa Lamb its football team xv! ' 'L part in sponsored a Hallow with Alpha Camm year for Alpha Kap Alumni Day the E' and an Ozark outi I I I Vp! -XKL's enjoy st Yi, ! . f Kg xl . . iv - . 1g--'WJ' - C. X.: Mike Heembrock Treasurer ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA Sigma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda has been func- tioning on the CMSU campus since 1957. AKL's par- ticipated in all areas of intramural sports. This fall Alpha Kappa Lambda won the archery tournament and its football team was in the play offs. AKL's took an ac- tive part in the Homecoming festivities and co- sponsored a Halloween party for the Head Start children with Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Highlights of the year for Alpha Kappa Lambda men were Homecoming, Alumni Day, the Easter float trip, the Spring Banquet, and an Ozark outing. Members of Alpha Kappa Lambda were actise in many aspects of campus life. AKL's are in The Troupe, Marching Mules, Student Government Association, Var- sity Athletics, Physical Education Club, Prexy Club, Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities. American Society of Safety Engineers, and Inter- Fraternity Council. Alpha Kappa Lambda sponsors this year were Mr. George Boland, Dr. Lyle Beaver, Mr. Dave Daniels, and Mr. Steve Penuel. Mrs. Martha Kochheim has been Alpha Kappa Lambda's housemother for the past eight years. AKL's enjoy some leisure moments at The Grain Exchange. H X ,,:f,. 1 U il. jj, V james R Foster '-Qjjl ,"f i ' 1 Jcrol D. Franke 15+ ni A g Mark D. Fulks pc' V'," ' Shannon W Hulson A A Q :W ,.,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, , -, X51 9 93 M11 - Rick E. Melton '- ..,, William T Morrow V K Eric R. Nelson gan., David J. Phillips if . X Ax :fs -Q ,gg-,giiyvik V R. my Ed D. Pickens "'- , A . I :vo fx" ' .if M 'f' , 'X ' " .z 158.141, 'V 1' xiii 3. PI-, 'YW K..- 'V MTW! :rr if 'Fi fl Nfffji V "5 1 I " 4' ' in-.Q - 1 - if 4 in William P. Strneter Riclmrd W. Thrash vitamin!! c. Vopt Randal XX . Vo kart William M. Wainscolt Edgar W. Walton Curl D. Weatherford john K. Wyatt 85 1 --e.a:z:.'-swim'-cf-15, - A -421.3134-.5. ,..QQ - ...... . . -J--. ..,V.. . . af., -,,.M ..-1.4, , " "Iwi-' - f f ,,,,,,,,M George Dameron Bob Ehert Terry Frahm ,lim Larson John Mahoney C.VV. Moreland Frank Murphy Clark Odor Richard Potter Doug Rogers Mark Schulte Mark Stephens Mike Sutton Hlevc Van 'fwuyver Bob Bruening Larry Crase Clarence Best ffhlvisorj ff' , 5- y .6444 1 X 'Az , f 'Z fi-L, vii ' r -r-f i K M , X , . Y 4 gf' :if ' ., fy! , , if ,A X I 'Z r f ' 4 7 W X ,, , l 4. f f X5 , A 'R' 'f 'fidfw .aa-2 1153 " 18 5-if if 1 fi I' ll gk i .l0lln Jackson Ron Thomas Randy Lindsey David Osborn President Vice President Secretary Treasurer NX ,V . . Q 4, ,W X , X ff My lyf ff ' - , 0, f iii! V 3 25 ' J' 31715 f X fn f ' Y-, 1""'f A - ,,.... ! J. 'L fr ,, joy Snead, APhi0's finalist for Homecoming Queen. 3' UMUC, sponsored hy APhiO, raised 33,700.00 for charity. 86 Bela Kappa Chapte national service anc thirty-fifth year of se campus this year. Al assisting in freshmz night, organizilng a parade, sponsoring other organizations Omega also sponsore drive for the twenty! 000. ,- 1 'Q One of tl , tv: H W.. x N.. . , -N t I Jffi' t ss.. I, .t s . 2,5 X: 1' E x xt if S X . Mx , v :5f:,. 5-' , ,-.iqaiaf David Osborn Treasu rcr HA P O ECA. iipia Kappa Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, an inter- ,gtrhonal serxice and social fraternity, celebrated its thirty-filth year of service to the Central Missouri State campus this year. Alpha Phi Omega activities included assisting in freshman orientation, ushering at Scout night, organizing and executing the Homecoming parade, sponsoring student directories and assisting other organizations with their projects. Alpha Phi Omega also sponsored the Ugly Man on Campus charity drive for the twenty-second year which brought in 358,- 000. Alpha Phi Omega members participated in SCX, Nii- dent Homecoming Committee, Prexy Clt1li,f'5'XlNl. X ouiw Democrats, Honors Program, University Bots l, Political Science Society, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Recreation Society, Newman House. Agriculture Club and INAT. Joy Snead was the Chapter Sweetheart and, this year, finished in the top ten finalists for Homecoming queen. Advisors were Mr. Clarence Best, lVlr. ,lack Dunn, Dr. J. O. Vittetoe, Dr. Richard Mcliinnis, Dr. J. O. Miller and Dr. Harvey Gossen. One of the many high school bands which Alpha Phi Omega lined up for the Homecoming parade. 87 l 'cava FJ' F A 'WL --L""":"':"' "AHf""" ' 4 - J?" ' 'QU' ' - - .2 .. 1 '. . , : . ..,...-,,. ff-,.:... I Robert Thomure President Fred Andrews Larry Fischer David Heimsolh Vice President Secretary Treasurer I'i Lhapter of B thc Lentral M years. Highlig Rose Pormal ' Bela Sigma Psi tivities, Beta Sig. Bed Races duri Beta Sigs teame1 in the Homecon being active in Ken Beckers Danny Bracher Alan Fischer Robert Fleischer Roger Fuchs Douglas Hippler William Meyer Melvin Moeler Thomas Rehkop Steven Schumacher David Seuttcr John 51-'utter Nathan Toellncr David Wehrs Kurt Becker 88 1 Z 1 'l' 1' lilir iilcyclgui David Heimsoth Treasurer BETA SIGMA PSI Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma Psi Fraternity has now been on the Central Missouri State University campus for five years. Highlights of the year included the annual Gold Rose Formal and the pinning of Miss Avannell Smith as Beta Sigma Psi Sweetheart. As one of their many ac- tivities, Beta Sigma Psi co-sponsored the Campus Town Bed Races during Greek Week. On Homecoming the Beta Sigs teamed with Sigma Kappa for a first place float in the Homecoming parade. The Betas have continued being active in the Lutheran Student Center. Beta Sigma Psi participated in a variety ol' campus ru- tivities. Inter-Fraternity Council, Prexy Club. nln-f.1nn- pus Blood Drive, Intramurals, University Chorus. Agriculture Club and Varsity baseball kept the Betas busy. The Central Missouri State Betas attenrlefl the Beta Sigma Psi National Convention at Bloomington, Illinois this year. Inter-chapter sports events also highlighted the year. Serving as advisors were Dr. Richard Luehrman, Mr. Robert Ohrenburg and Mr. .lohn Erickson. Pastor David Bloedel was the Beta Sigma Psi Pastoral Advisor. Beat The Clock is the name of the game in the to sponsored Beta Sigma Psi Bed Rates B9 '3!Q'511?0'!'?f,k.,..-t'l'3!:-!f"1'!'1f ---- X - L-:asf-2 ' t "' """:'L ' -L + Bernard Bossert David Howlett Loren Graham Brad Slusher President Vice President Secretary Treasurer This year the Ce Fraternity returned Q0 begin. The Ch Organization, Chi the Homecoming the Chapter repr 39th Internationa Louisiana. The groi which were initiate also attended the University of North Michael Anderson Pd Bergen Bill Lrusl Jeff Drake Steve Gray 'AY Delta Chi's and their dates enjoy the annual Sweetheart Dance. 90 The Homecc Delta Chi's and Brad Slusher Treasurer DELTA CHI This year the Central Missouri Chapter of Delta Chi Fraternity returned anxious for the 1973-74 school year to begin. The Chapter, with help from their little sister organization, Chi Delphia, entered a walking entry in the Homecoming Parade. In August, a delegation from the Chapter represented Central Missouri State at the 39th International Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana. The group brought back many useful ideas which were initiated by the Chapter. A sizable group also attended the Regional Conference held at the University of Northern Iowa. Social events for Delta Chi this year included the Homecoming Dance, Founders' Day Banquet, first an- nual Parent's Banquet, Sweetheart Dance, Awards Banquet, and White Carnation Ball. The men of Delta Chi participated in many community and campus organizations and activities at CMS, Some of the ac- tivities include the Inter-Fraternity Council, Prexy Club, SGA Religious Life Council, IQCMW-FM, and Psychology Club. The sponsors for Delta Chi during the 1973-74 academic year were Dr. William Vacek and Mr. Larry Haase. The Homecoming Parade was fun for Delta Chi and Chi Delphia. Bill Hale ,lim Haney Stephen Lowe Bruce Loyd Steve Mitchell Paul Nieman Buford Page Dennis Reynolds . A! i Brian Ross Terry Seaton David Terpstra Daryl Wood Delta Chi's and their little sisters, Chi Delphia, scrub down the fire trucks. ..... . , ,.- I . . ts ..-.1-n..:.g.: .Q t.- ..,1f-4a:,... - f ... A-4.4f,:,.,.: . .. . Y . . -V.. . ,- ,-C .-- Q., an... :.L1f.u...a ,Q-rs.. Ray Smith Don Barrale Jim Sanders President Vice President Secretary Gerald Beeler Terry Curry ' Hg .lim Duke V' ":. ' ,, .1 A ... f . Q5 r ,Q ,gfwvi Q... f 1 X , Wayne Shipp Treasurer 1 . , 11 iulli Delta Upsilon is in i Central Missouri St was originally found College, Williamsto fraternity are active ' including varsity ath American Marketin Llub Industrial Ar Athletes, Student Go Llub. Delta Upsilon sports. 1 fi l t t W 1 PW ft ff 6,1 K Dan Dudley l ,,5+- -V 1 A I ,mb , QM K gy W 9 . X i l X Y A y Q' X ,f , Qs, , 4! . Joe lloppert Joe Kirkman Steve Knapheide Jerry Lawo Ron Ledgerwood Keith Martin Tom Mc-Atee Bill Nlerle Gerald Nlohn Keith U'Kelly Riek Preehlel Dawirl Raise julian Dziurawiee 9 Dennis Gillum 4 Charle Hines I f A6 1 4.3:-t In H Azlil , f , Z9 -9,15 1 rx Rl '?. , F , - . f fi ll f l 5 ,E " f I I ff s. . me Tom Wyrsch competes in egg eating contest during Greek week. 92 Q f 4 -nu 21 9 Wayne Shipp DELTA UPSILO Delta Upsilon is in its fourth year of existence on the Central Missouri State University campus although it was originally founded November 4, 1834, at Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Members of the fraternity are active in every phase of campus activities including varsity athletics, Association of Men Students, American Marketing Association, Physical Education Club, Industrial Arts Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Government Association, and Prexy Tfeasufef Club. Delta Upsilon also takes pride in intramural sports. .1 ., :bl .li', - ' , 1- l '. '--'af' '3 l . , , S , ' 'i, I t. . . at , ' q ' 1 , . , , X 3' 1 ' -5. 5" it .. Ci ' l . I A: Vqvuzy, ,Z , . L The Delta Upsilons were bolstered by an active little sisters organization and a parents club which helped to refinish the chapter room. As a philanthropic project, Delta Upsilon sponsored its annual softball tournament and raised money for the Johnson County Mental Health Center through its "Hairy Bacon Bowl". During Greek Week the fraternity co-sponsored the cam- pustown bed races. Sponsors for this year are Col. Eric Miller, Dr. Roger Splinter, Mr. Wilbur Thielbar, Dr. John Wilhart, and Mr. Al Falconer. Mike Sawyer Ed Vonderahe Mike Wagner Les Whiteside Tom Wyrsch v-sv' Greek week' Sigma Kappa waiting for their turn to push the Delta Upsilon bed. l Phil Brown Daniel Caffrey Mark Crahan jeff Crouch David Doss David Dreis Bruce Elliott Paul Engelmann ' In Michael Frossard Eddie Garcia Dan Garland Lance Gockel Ron Griffey Larry Grunspa ,lim Hall Dale Kruse John Kruse Michael Lake Rod Landrum Mark Manne Rohert Marble Dale Martin Wes Mathany Brett Opfer Greg Opfer james Urmshy John Porter Elroy Schumacher Wlark Shepherd Craig Shour Nlark Shour n A . l x Randall Hamilton Larry Haysler Thomas Howard Robert Hudson Steve Karigan John Karr David Klein Brad Mayfield Mark McFarland Philip Mcljeorge Alan McKea? Larry McMu len William Nelson Gerald 0'DeIl -..' ' M ----f".mv- ' --'-- "' """ ' 'L Andrew Vincent Brent Holtzen Michael Young Robin Crouch President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Thomas Bechtel Lambda Pi Chapter Missouri State Univer- third in the campus Homecoming. The tl fairy tale, 'iCinderel their fourth annual i this year with great Sl Chi Alpha s initiated into their auxiliary. il in surrounding comr Sidney Bertz ,Ioe Bohnenstiehl Roland Borders Roger Denker CSponsorj Robin Crouch Treasurer LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Pi Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha at Central Nlissouri State University started off the year by placing third in the campus house decoration contest during Homecoming. The theme was taken from the Disney fairv tale, "CinderellaM. The Lambda Chi's sponsored their fourth annual intramural basketball tournament this year with great success. During the fall the Lambda Chi Alpha's initiated many pretty and helpful Crescents into their auxiliary. Members of the fraternity are active in surrounding community affairs. One of the projects was to launch a paper drix c with an ecological theme which received excellent community participation. A large percentage of the proceeds went to a local charity. The fraternity members were active in a large range of university organizations including x arsity athletics by lettering in football, baseball, wrestling, and swimming, American Chemical Society, American Marketing Association, Greek intramurals, and Phi Eta Sigma. This year's sponsors were Dr. Roger Denker and Paul Engleman. iff - . ' ,,., V Q f au , ,ff 1 ,'? 4 Q A"-i Q nf, ff! , ,i ,lim Snyder Michacl Sparks jim Tharp ,lay Thornburg Jeffrey Thornburg Michael Tribhle Ste-vcn Williams Gregory Woods 1 1 1 1! 1 ,QQ I 41" 1 Raymond Johnson James Clancey , Bruce Fleming Floyd Atkins President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Pete Bynum Dury Cabell William Cannon Iota Sigma Chapter of O Missouri State in May 19 the largest Black Cree "QuesH attempt each ye life for Blacks by spon ning in the fall with highlighted by the spr Ballw. The 1973 Que Sw ing up to their reputz brothers of Omega marchdown. 1 1 1 1 1 1. I-' I 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 4' an X, Q 4 1 .. 1 W 11 Ronnie Davis y ' Q 11 , .E ,A 1 ' V KUL 4 w 'rl 1 1' 11 1 1 1 fa 1 2 1 Leslie Dixon ,, V y A 1 1 Kenneth Hill 1 I ld Eslon Hood V " 'E f' .. ' I 1 11 1 Ernest Johnson ?'Q -55 'A A' "' fwqfffff' ' ,N Charles Jones 1 'f"' 1 "' 3 V 1 11 ' Larry King 1-m f' 4 ' M4-,Aj ' Maw" 'Wings A . , P T 1 , 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 ' , 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 Vlivf Members of Gmega Psi Phi discuss plans for a smoker. 96 5 5 s , ' X 1 ling Floyd Atkins ' Treasurer ECA PSI PHI iota Sigma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi founded at Central Nlissouri State in May 1968, has built itself into presently the largest Black Greek organization on campus. The "Ques'l attempt each year to provide a rewarding social life for Blacks by sponsoring various functions begin- ning in the fall with the "Que Ecstacy Daneef' and highlighted by the spring formal g'Omega Sweetheart Balln. The 1973 Que Sweetheart was Laveda Moore. Liv- ing up to their reputation of fine showmanship, thc brothers of Omega are consistent winners of marchdown. Q Omega Psi Phi is always a tough t'OIN'M'llltJf' in in- tramural sports of which they are reigning champion- nl' the "Mule Relays" and the intramural track invert. 'fo assist in the publicity of the fraternity. the Que-alcttcs. a female affiliation, were initiated on campus with a membership of over thirty within the past two years. Omega Psi Phi presented the CMSU library with a rare collection of taped Martin Luther King speeches to further the Black studies program. Sponsors for the fraternity are George Lahman and William Hall, jr. ' .Q"f?V". ' Arthur Mitchell Harold Mobs-rly Fred Nlurrell ,, . 44 , ' Q- Jerry Patton , girl. , L . 5 Reginald Ragland Elvis Rollins ,' fffif f1,. ' If1s , K W. f. aw st I V L 44153 .1-f' O "9 "9 , , 1 A r fs Donald Shirley Richard Single-ton ff vb ag X ' --:v .-M, 1: - 512 " V If-2?f3as,"f ,Q ' f f-A jf,-L . 2 ,,,f ,i .A: 9 , W- 'W' Omega Psi Phi presents CMSU with a collection of taped speeches of Dr. Martin Luther lxing. 97 1 1, fl in-,Q 4, .. il if v.. lil Wi ll lil ' 4 rg it if l wifi? fl l in il li Q i r li l i i U i. i. is v 15 ,. 4 v I , 1 i I 5 w n i i l l i T it Il if it 111 tu W l l Us VE lil ig l, 'l 5 li ll iii A M- .-wg. v ,,,,:y4f.:5,,..,q,,.f.v1.-ga-9g.s-g-xvf -Q-A - x. - -. 1. .. ... . Lx... ,Y , - Q.-0.-. I r Bob Alu-rnalhy Jerry Acree Randy Adamson Jerry Aeby Larry Barnett Robin Buerge Bob Burr Paul Castenir Bob Corbin john Corlner Mike Colhern Mike Coupe Vernie Coy jim Douthil Mike Erdmann Robin Farr Rick Freeman Rick Frye ,a2j,X'j'fti, M A .V V ' ' .. ' ' ,pw Q ff . if . 5, , 'v fi! auf. N pf - Ti 5 ' A' if mi .. - W. 5' f ,fs ,vw , I ' 1,9 I ff , , , 44 ff , ,371 'U Y I' J U 1 31 f A lf' 5.4! 73? 1 f i I f If ' A :inf - f" ,Q 'Me it A z inn Q - '- 4, , 'I lj 'gif Il 3 11,141-eff-. 1. V4 - ,N i , 1 , X r ,,g!::.E ' 4 9' ' . A- X ' G. QQ! 2 wi ni. .7 'in i v-g T ' """' I fvflf., A A - v -1 'lr , 'X -LL, . .1 cj, ,B ' if- mi 1 1, Q 'gf ,gf , ' ' M 22 . , , 1 V Q Y , I ,., 4 1' 1 V if . ' " I- 4,, 2 -In f, ,Q ' gf ? wap e -, ., J 5 V, 45' , 5 Q7 J ,V , f, I, V xx A 1 .ge i ,f ,A L ,Q The men of Phi Sign your on the CMSU C Homecoming house d tion, the fifth annu: University Union bi Cherry Barker was na my 5 'H f' " - riff ' .131-',1E ,Mm ' X llf'-5155531 v.l?ig'Lll?LL,f .,i.. Doug Fetzer Danny Hammond Mike Pipkin Tony Brown President Vice President Secretary Treasurer 98 mal. Spring term brot an inkling of the futt pus "Blackouts", foll and rounding out the: f f 'ma akin Tony Brown Treasurer PHI SIGM EPSILO The men of Phn Slgma Epsilon began lts forty seventh year on the CMSU campus by placlng second 1n the llomecommg house decoratlons Followlng recent tradl tlon, the flfth annual rock concert was held m the UI1lWCI'SlIy Umon breakmg all attendance records Cherry Barker was named Sweetheart at the Wmter For mal Sprmg term brought back a but of the old, as well as an lnlillflg of the future, startmg wlth the annual cam pus Blackouts , followlng a plg roast, Derby Day and roundlng out the season were the Greek games The men ofPh1S1gma Epsilon haue partxupatul IH both campus and communlty EICIIYIIICS Phu Sxgs haw, taktn part 1n Inter fraternlty Councll, SGA Ltnnerntx L mon Commlttees, Mace 81 Torch, Prexy Club, NI Llub W ho Q Who varslty football, wrestllng, track, swlmmlng and baseball Intramural sports also play a bug part ln the fraternlty act1v1t1es Sponsors, ofPh1S1gma Epsllon, are Dr Hlgh Wllll8mS, Mr Paul Brattstron, Mr Rlch Yar nall Mrs Elsie Townsend has been the Phl Sig housemother for nlne academlc years ffyf W fnf Zz an lv! 114945, fff I if ff 'KYZV wh-f K 1 4' ff' 0 ffi If I fl 14' ff f vga! yf ga: Sybex N px S fy R I 1' fu ff X I f I f .1 ,V-Q 'Q-'7 '44 fl! 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David Bishop Forrest Bishop Ed Brown Stephen Campbell Timothy Doke Steven Dust Marvin Ebersnld Robert Farr Michael Faulcoinen Richard Good James Haver Robert Hedin Gregory Helms Randy Hinshaw Robert Hoatson Michael Hoff Thomas Huber William Huber Cedric Hughes Rick Hughey Gerald ller Frank Jenkins Jeffrey ,lohanncsmcser Stephen ,lohannq-smi-yer ,ff- Lgga W-.fu . ',....h-, Max ,wg ,- ,.. Y V, - .su ryrs . , 2. Richard Bennet Randall Garber john Estrada President Vice President Secretary Ernest Allen David Babb Michael Babb .lack Barrows Lula Lumpe QHousemotherj Q E9 4,4 fv'wyvf5:f?1f - .43 Q, .Mhz A ia' ' e , EFI.. , 1. X .Ei ' 'A -5 a.':'I5f 'i ' it .-1, ' , 2 ., t Q' J if lv -r- ' 's li' Q " ff ., cf ff, t- "I, an 5 5 if X fi ' . Peter Gencarelli Treasurer 1' Sigma Phi Epsilon st tlircc man pledge c Sweepstakes Trop decorations and the l decorations. A weeke during which the Ch itself and set its goals ball field resulted in z way for victories in in ing, swimming, softb. . ? t 0 . s saw 2 1 E ia . -, ,gf-4-. ' Qffhb 2" A 4 1 'rf 1 '. 5 h, fl 4' 'N E 5 1 Q, 4 gli I ,G t iff' if!! 411' id! gf' .I 3 it 't am-.1 ' Peter Gencarelli Treasurer S GMA PHI EP ILO Sigma Phi Epsilon started out the year with a twenty- three man pledge class. The Sig Eps captured the Sweepstakes Trophy for campus Homecoming decorations and the first-place trophy for Creek house decorations. A weekend retreat was held in the Ozarks during which the Chapter had a chance to re-examine itself and set its goals for the year. Success on the foot- ball field resulted in a second place finish and paved the way for victories in intramural basketball, track, wrestl- ing, swimming, softball, and Greek games. Sig Eps' annual Installation Banquet. Spring lformal. and float trip rounded out the year. lnvoltcment was thc key word of the Missouri Theta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon again this year. Sig Eps held leadership positions in Student Government Association, lnter- Fraternity Council, 'iOne and Only Singersu, Mace and Torch, Phi Eta Sigma, DECA, Prexy Club, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, ROTC, Agriculture Club, and a host of other activities. Sponsors were Dr. Robert Higgins and Dr. Robert Tompkins. Bert Johnson William Johnston Kirby Keth Gregory Lee Darrell Levin Steven Luehhert f ff John Morehead Joseph Murrell David Nash Christopher Odo John Overman William Plaskett Daud Price Gary Price Michael Provln Robert Ruth Daud Sallcc ,lerrt Schmidt J'llllt'Q A Schumakcr Larry D Sllclor D Michael Shcmwell Daniel Smith Mark Smith Randall Smith Tom Starke Derek Wan Kcuren Burt Walker Daud Wallace Ronald Wells Lyle Yves! Jim Wilson 101 I i ' L . t . 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L ' -A ,, -.,,., 12493, -5. f- f' K 'ff' .- ,' , if -Sk-.,,!f1.1A.I-f' ' . 57, ?:,+,?,:: ijfdati . i ' if . . --V' 4 'W' 4 f. ., ,. 102 I If ,Q 5 'Q 1 ' , w ,, .,.,i V M,-if,-M,.9i,, 4 1' i Q' Ei jj h 1 1.- J Bgfxvgej M , J , f "af Q y an . -JW A we M Rlchard Cates Treasurer :WW -0+ 3 WV -GW' we ,ff W W ,5-g,,,',, 'FW ,eww SIG PI flu Gamma Gamma Chapter ol Sxgma P1 began IIS eleventh year on campus by 1n1t1at1ng IIS largest fall pledge claw lll several years Slg P1 s were actxve 1n ln tramural sports wlnnlng f1rst place 1n cross country One ol the SCFVICCS was to take eare of the Unlverslty mascot, Roscoe Thelr communlty collectmg candy at Halloween for the H1 glflSYlllC, and a Chr1stmas party fo SCIVICCS lIlCll1Cl6 State Hospltal at r underpr1v1leged eh1ldren whleh was hlghllghted by glvlng away toys collected IH the Slgma P1 thlrd annual toy dr1ve Vlen of Slgma P1 partlclpated on ttmpus lm fraternlty Councll, Prexy Club, xarsltx athletlc lamb da Alpha Epsllon Slgma Zeta, and Stage Bantl Swnm PIS were also actlve tn ROTC l S Army Ulluers ROTC R1lle Team, RCLFCHIIOII Souetx, Ceologx flub Accountmg Club Hlstory Club, and ull Bowl The faculty sponsors for the Slgma P1 fratermtw durmg the 1973 1974 academle year were Mr Mathew Madden and Mr Carl Sexton Servlng as housemother for Slgma P1 fraternlty IS Amella Ragar who IS greatly apprec1ated WA? 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IO4 ,ds ,I 3 .G s t It John Koffman Treasurer SIGMA TAU GAMMA in their fifty-fourth year on the CMS campus, Alpha Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma retains the honor of in- troducing Greek life to Warrensburgi Elwood Rice and Darrell Dornor were chosen to represent the chapter at the national convention here in Warrensburg. With curb painting and candle sale projects, Sigma Tau Gam- ma supported their Bruce Robinson Memorial Wrestl- ing Scholarship. The recipient of the annual award this year was Jim Hobb. The Greek Calendar Queen program was carried out with much success as Ann Stewart took top honors. Sigma Tau Gamma proudly took first placc in thc l950's Battle of the Bands contest sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha Sigma Alpha. The White Rose Ban- quet rounded out a fine year for the Sig Taus with ,Io Ann Diekmann, a member of Delta Zeta sorority, heing crowned the fraternity sweetheart. Last Fall the Sig Taus remodeled their complete lounge bythe addition of new wall to wall carpeting, furniture, and light fixtures. The sponsors for Sigma Tau Gamma in 1973-74 are Dr. Sam Hewitt, Dr. Robert Ulrich, and Dr. Frank Martin. ' 1 K x if 'Ee if 1 1. 'Q Y G l A az y ggi ' , ky 1. t ., ,nf ., ,. ,f , -lf? fe 'I dedication. ' , v ,. Ya M. f ii A57 vu .f gt Darrell Dorner M , I ' g J eff Fine 'HC' . 'gg ,lack Flynn ra gi , 27.5" Rico Garavaglia "- " 'Q' if it Gerald Hooper , If ""' Q - AU: Melvin Keeney K X fa Q V f , ' V. iii I Wade Kisner Q ' ii W Robert Koffman QU' - 1, 3 ,3 David Landes 5 Q, , ' A ' Pat Luck get Vi! 0 ., , Timothy Lynch 'i A ii arm' y , Michael Maglione 1 72,1 ,V , , Dale McKay Q ' " A . gg ,M Patrick McLaughlin , , " ' 6' ,L Gary McNelly ' ' if X , ' Q Z" , ' V -fl Bruce Moler f Y 1 . "V," " W1-tm., , Y-'ff W" f Kent Myers ' "" Douglas Noble f E f d Mark Norma I j 35 , Dave Officer ' fi: t " ff- Dill? UXIOH Q3 2' iilfl24'fl5ifil, ' tvt, S - , af ' Z A ww M ,, , V tl,-, ,. J , , ..,. 1" 7 UG 3 A ll K A I Tcrrv Rolf W. 'BE , out 0 'fr' Fc' . 7' fr' rs.: .L 5 Signmiau Gtunma f Q -veewig t W, . ' fl. KarI'Smith 4 f Q' 1 'J if M AW ,, f ff , -- 2. . fa ,, ,. ' A 4 Wallace Summerskill Gregory Walls-r ' 'j James Walter I ' r Willard Whalen Af . I 105 t l t it ya , , i I t I E .t t I it r ! I ! I l 4 i i t t IS i. 4 i i 4. I t i I X Michael Coleman Marvine Miller , 4? flslousemother Melvin Colvin Thomas Craig James Crane Robert Dickson David Divine John Elliott Rex Feldman Phillip Gower Ron Helmick Larry Hosler Louis johnson Donald Kinkeac Kelvin Kinsella James Leislner Douglas Hades le Qt I X... .Ll t ,Q If at A 4x ' 1 1, cf . . af" Q' Q fx., in :W I A' I A F K .J iff ...S . , ' ' I t N -..ld .V . 4- 25 ' M ' ff 2 sv . H. f -V 1? -qu 531311. V - .. 4, ,. . ,., i ' ! 5 1- ' '.'- f f i ' I f X 4 ,ff ' if , f 4 . 4 lv , . , . . . -1'.-1. K , , X X X , fZ , 2 f, A - ' .,,, L A. H .. tv T, :za-"V Larry Bodenhamer President Pat Taggert Vice President Terry Anderston David Bowen Gregory Burnetta . .,,. P 4, 4 , 1 52 5' if A Q , -' ,: iA Allen Kreter Jack Dillingham Secretary Treasurer Walker Butler H Dennis Bresnahan 1 - - ' f in ' f ' I itll. . . A H if ,NJ 'i : i- it , 1 ti 4 -,. N. A Delta Lambda Chz its twentieth year campus. TKES pal wrestling, and ba the men of Tau K: vear are Interfrate in American Col Alpha Phi Omega uiz Bowl. Tau K in inter-fraternity Q' ..,, ,. V, 'za-f N-f 9 f"'H wb ' ' afar. ,Q . .: 5 . ..fl e"i J' "QL, Ti Ay ,yt fn - 1 'T' ' -R " vhs C i Y I vlvi - V .1'- i' - A . . . my ' 1 , I Competition is great in 106 the TKE 500. Comef Jack Dillingham if N ll Treasurer U KAPP EPSILO Delta lambda Chapter ol Tau Kappa Epsllon celebrated 11- twentieth year on Central NIISSOUYI State Unlverslty campus TKES partlclpate ln varslty football basketball wrestling and baseball Some of the warlous actlvttles the men of Tau Kappa Epsllon partlclpate IH durlng the year are Interfraternlty Councll Mule Club Who s Who m Amerlcan Colleges and UHIVCFSIIICS Prexy Club Alpha Phl Omega and won flrst place ln the Unlversltv ulz Bowl Tau Kappa Epsllon also captured flrst place ln Inter fraternlty football WT 9-W .A-Q, ve-rr K""V xc Tau Kappa Epsllon held 1ts annual TKE Trl 500 Race wlth the women of Slgma Kappa sororlty takmg ftrst place honors Durlng the hollday season, TKE ln con junctlon w1th Alpha Slgma Alpha sponsored a Chrlst mas party for the unclerprlvlleged chlldren of Warrensburg MISS Karen Deatherage was crowned Tau Kappa Epsllon Sweetheart at the Red Carnatlon Ball during the annual sprlng weekend at the Lake of the Ozarks resort area Sponsors for Tau Kappa Epsllon ...noi Contestant really llkes duet of the TKE 500 were Dr Charles Kuhn and Dr Emmltt McFarland Cary Mantel Carry Marcum Bull Nlullls Terry Neal Jeff Pllkmgton Dave Plattner fa Amar Prakash Cary Relmler -l. Russell Rose Mark Rubenstem Mark Scott Robert Solrll Daud Spencer Vllchael Splller NN arren bplller 'lrllke Taggart John lullpana lost ph lutera ,Inn W all 'Vlark W ehtr K1 nnuh XX eltw Raw YY he-eler fed Wlllli1Il'l'! 1 J . - '- , , l V-A ' " . . . K . l V ' 9 1 - l . ' ' . , 9 l V, Y . . . . I - .5143-'I -7- t ' ' ' I 9 5 7 . U +2 12 ' r , . - ' . ' 1 ' ' ' ff - -- fe ., t.t"t 1 V '1"7 ' 1-, t ' A-ever! f - I ll 'l" ,.,.,, W gm if A"" ' X afffffl 'Q is ,,, 1 I :5EEE. 5' by 1' ,1.j?5',":LI1:z' V- C . at " .' ' ' .:. '-'l 1' .ef ' :P A Y W-lt ft. 555151231 Q .Ml 1 -'vv- 1.34 I Rr ll .V A QA . ,QI V ' t f lffrfxi eatl H ' ' ff ' T . tt 'l Z -Q eely ' ' ,Q-2 , 4 ' .'... T373 'L X V I - t"' l a F li t- ' r l 'l" l i ' ' '19 F! 5 I 5 , Ap I . Y X Q , lqlll ' - -Vt- -,.v- 4 5 1 ,V 1, 'Y - t 5 I , , .E:lfZ:.':.:fZ .-- 5: , ,mp , . V ' Eff:-, ' itz, at f K -VVA If X ,V V ,l 5 N n 8, is 5 -v 500. ' ' . X l 107 Lawrs nee Bwcon David Baker Stephen Hass Don Bauml Svull B1rning., Wayne Bernskoetll r Randall Hickvl Daryl Bowie Thomas Bradley William llurlinganu- Richard Coffey Dennis Cooper Bruce Crow Larry Dauer, Patrick Dulvlwrt Stephen lfskvw Keith Farrand ,lanws Fisher Greg.,o ry Gaines fi' It c ,,1, Qi , 'L fy , nlan, 0 ' i,ii, 1 e ,J 5.x , - 9 3' NF' 'L' X I 7?-Jig? 1- A ll President Geary Jaco David Lee Terry Hudson ice Presidenl Secretary Treasurer 7-+39 ff-1 .f X., Theta Chi accepts Ugly Man on Campus award for the 22nd year. The Epsilon Phi linued to exhibit licipulion in Un year. The The- Qportsmanship HUC gf the Central Ml Sports events. Daw- ampus Award as award for the twel 500 was collected 1 contest. 108 Rich Rifc and Tom Iwrin play defense for the Mules. Terry Hudson Treasurer award for the 22nd year. ,y defense for the Mules' THETA CHI l'hc Epsilon Phi Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity con- tinued to exhibit its leadership and widespread par- ticipation in University activities during the academic year. The Theta Ch is demonstrated their sportsmanship and brotherhood while competing in all of the Central Missouri State University intramural sports events. David Lee was given the Ugly Man on Campus Award as Theta Chi Fraternity swept away the award for the twenty-second consecutive year. Over 352,- 500 was collected for the March of Dimes through this contest. Thirty Theta Chis from Central Missouri State attend- ed the annual regional conclave convention at Lincoln, Nebraska, and won the Most Outstanding Chapter in thc Region Award for the second year in a row. Members ol' Theta Chi were active in the Inter-Fraternity Council, PRSSA, Recreation Club, Chemistry Club, Delta Tau Alpha and Mules varsity football, baseball, wrestling and golf. The sponsors for the 1973-74 year were Dr. John Belshe, Dr. William Peck and Mr. Howard Helm. Theta Chi,s Housemother this year was Ms. Vera Higgins. 3 l ll 1 1 :zfiuztff .v ' ., 1 ., 9 '1 , fag., 5 rf' ff ii .Q-' .. .1 4 Q :,.. 2 ' it' 1.f-' 1 .'A-v I Ml Vv' '.I, 1 A --re 4 . . wgjfy ew ,.,. fel :.k Af K Bl QI 4 ,, 0 v Msn- W A 4 al 2 1 y at 7 1., 411- . 5 .Y A ,,...,, f H 2 52,3 I is t 511' :'-'-fs! X . 'Qs xx K I 'E Q. . 5 :71 za 41 n. it sv 5.-Q. P ns. " if is --ff X NL S ,H :-.. ,.: HA ' .4 fm N. rf- iqa, gg t, ,... ' 1 X Q X 1 fl ' sg: A 4 g Ma 1q,.A ww-a tv , Q . . 5 533' ,fa ,, is K3 , x H : 5 f 1 X f K r 'f : -A , ff C. 1 wr- 'fu c.- ,.. L Q rv Tx Q .A N ., , T34 A- I we f' ,, f 5 ,. - Ji . . . A-,.,,,.g , A df: - 'K A 2 .. 1 in 1 Y , E, , Q v N.. 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A , f , , ?' f ,z , 31,1 A- iz f ng I' Af 1 , VV f X f' Q I Y 1, ' ff ,V 5, 2, ., , M X ,, ' ,gf N5 ip, fl lf., ,I f K 1 jzf , , 5 .hz , , i i i 2 i i bf-- -,.f..-J.--3 .,---,---f-- -- 1 un, ,ir ' 1- , - -,Lf --- "4 v-v-- v ' -N-to ' -o- J Q flllllllllllllllllillill Bl llllllll R ' 'eg CENTRAL Miss 5. ' ' ' : 1 . .:'. 7.6 ..... -1.-- ....-J-b-T-,Y-'Luv-f-li.,-..K ""'S-'l'i'Q-' ' ' A- Fe, v-nu--S-"..--,..,." ',..1.v.:z21-f.....K."""I?73l5r- OURISTATE e Eg Cheerl ,, , W, ,NYY , .. . , , V . - .'..- J f-.....i.. ,-...-F. :.-I-.-.1 --'-- ,' .nn , , CMS Cheerleaders: fRow Onej Gail James, Sara Chittwood, Kathy Smith. fRow Twoj Donna Rippley, Denise Wilson. QRow Threej Mary McKean, Mike McCool, Stan Dietrich, Susie Hammond, Randy Nom, Karle Via. 4 E 'TW 'v J N. l i , , , , fy - f'-MCP" .li 1 ' A I, N . Ik , ,Alt , .-,,. '1 .-9 J 1 "if A M I -, XX 8 I M 5-fl 1' 3 1' ,AL ' :if , I 5 we uf i ,,',,,.1 ht! '-"J Q-:'.ixS.4L..' A CM Sh: .Iar ...Hz All Hr-Qi!-'1--F x., a :ui ..T.,--. ...,.. -J '-:-I Cheerleaders 81 Mulekickers add gusto to games --V, nn - -1 Q47 '-' S6 n .A ,. V l 1 iv- 1 N if I A" Hx , - ,.. i . 'E .Q I 'Lia V JL G " , 5 A ' if' 4 T 5, Q Q 'Ir ' " 'VK t The Central Missouri State University cheerleaders spent an active year supporting the athletic minded Mules in all their football, basketball, cross country, and wrestling endeavors at home and at various schools around Missouri. Generating spectator spirit and team encouragement weren't the only areas of interest for the group. They also sponsored a workshop for area junior high and high school cheerleaders to learn new cheers and help perfect squad skills. They also took an active part in the Telethon Blood Drive. Head Cheerleader for 1973-74 is Sara Chitwood and the squad sponsor is Jerry Clevenger. The 1973-74 Mulekickers, consisting of 20 girls ranging from sophomores to seniors, performed dance and pom- pom routines at all home football and basketball games. The Kickers, sponsored by the University Union, also in- volved themselves in other activities such as hostessing Senior Day and Parents Day. f K xg! A-Q is X Unin- ', -Way t 5 f i-if DW' C , 5 i E 1 , 7 . Ml T . ,ls 4' fi , ei wi H L lg, ,. ,mix IV, Twoj Carole Vvoltkamp, Becky Millsap, Debbie Sharon Kreissler, Debbie Williams, Patty Dinkins, Smith, Lisa Williamson, Helen Benton, Lisa Pohl. Janie Woltkamp,Hilda Polnack,Marcia Seaton. CROW Ann lVlcElwee, Terri Schwarz, Marianne Coe. 115 ules plagued b injuries during 19 3 season The 1973 Fighting Nlules showed signs all year of turning the losing season around and coming Utll on top with a winning record. Yet the Mules with a 2-8 record lost four of those games by one touchdown. The Fighting Nlules were plagued all season by injuries and loss of key players creating gaps that were hard to fill. The Mules seemed to never really gain any momentum un- til latc in thc season when they came up with the big Homecoming victory over the Southwest Xlissouri Bears and then the romp over Missouri Southern. The Mules will have sophomore quarterback Ray Nliller back in service next year along with sophomore running back Jeff lfinc who came on strong late in the season. Freshman Kenny Briscoe showed promise in run- hack capacities and in the backfield. The Mules will lose the services of star running back lra Clemons who is a senior. A sure-thing for the Mules' future is Bill Mullis who averaged ap- proximately -l0 yards punting. Mullis, a freshman, was third on total scoring with point-after- touchdowns and field goals. Quarterback Miller, who completed almost 5076 of his passes, will he the focus of next year's offensive power. Bolt Patrick N. Assistant Coach Ll 35' Howard Mahanes Head Football Coach v. sf. My r M Mula Muli- MPP? f v W , WY ' r' Y tr 'I 1 t E112 1'5:2,:2.j:I f , -if Y sl HF All EM? - 1 . 2 1 X nv, -A . . ' fffllffi-if 2 .A .5 , f M .. l Nm... 'N-t' ' 10- 61-1 . Chuck Stephens ' fi .Y ,R Assistant Coach N " x , 3: 1 -V ' I-1 4 Larry Fischer Assistant Coach Ron Van Dam Athletic Trainer ,lack Barrows QIJEJ Raymond Bass QSEQ Wayne Bernskocher QDEQ Randy Bickel QQBJ Steve Bri-win ton KLBJ Wally Broadffus QOGJ Bill Brotemarkle QLBQ George Brown IOTJ Rich Carney QCQ Hike Casey QQBJ Kevin Cavanaugh fLBJ Doug Chandler fDB1 .lay Chase QSEJ Ira Clemons tRBy Dennis Cooper ILBJ Mike Coupe QCJ llersliall Cox KDBQ lu-yin Crosby fllllj .lolin Dicfcnhach fl.Bj Pat Dulilwrl UNH Hurt Elmore- tRBj H6 ' Graduate Assistants: Mike Bell, Tom Kurucz, Tom jenkins, Rnk Thonc, George Newton, Charles Toler. . 11, J fa 'iz fu WTI in ies oach x cum Q ,, mm-nu. is . ? 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Luck QLBQ Tim Lynch fDEl Mike Mclnlyre QDEJ Ray Miller QQBQ Bill Mullis UO Dennis 0'Bry0n QTE1 Q lg: Z ff? I J. 1: - w, Rick Patterson QDEH Mike Rape QUGI Bruce Reed fLBl Bulrh Rim- fDBl Royrv Richlxerg QOTJ Mel Richey QOTQ Richard Rife fDGj 'RTW' Brad Riley fill Leon Savage fDBl Boll Surnlwrger QDEJ Chunk Spinvllo QFBJ 32 Pal Si. Louis QOGJ Ag Larry Slrope QUTJ ' ,n I Grayling Tay lor QWRJ Jim Thomas 1DBj john Thompson QFBJ Mike Thompson UVB! ,lay Thornburg HB1 Rich Turner QQBH "see , 'w li fs- 1 1- L, ,.,, . . . .. -wi q.,.. . : .4-5-f4..n.u.sa4J.,: ,.....1-1.1 - ,..,...-,Ns Ron llmphi-nour Qlllil Ken Williunls fRRl --biis , up ,A 'IQ ' "what, 3 91? gk ? qs: II7 1 "f--u- - . f.....'.a-:N . .-, ..4-Q--Vrff.-N-.Q-Annu.,an-.L....1 ,.-nfrpv , . V i .ill - l ules show balanced attack C1151 's Homecoming crowd saw a disciplined Mule offense and a balanced defense pull an exciting come from behind victory over Southwest Missouri State IT-13. The CNISU victory came on a 13-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback Ray Miller to split-end Raymond Bass with only 34 seconds left to play in the game. The score capped a dramatic 73-yard drive started hy lien Briscoe who returned the Bears' kickoff for 22-yards. The Nlules adxanced to the 20-yard line in 13 plays picking up 5 first downs. Then with a fourth and five situation, the Mules chose to go for the winin- stead of only a possible tie. Miller took the snap, dropped back, and fired an 8-yard pass to running back Jeff Fine. Three plays later Miller threw to Bass is ho fought his way into the end zone for the win. The Mules defense helped setup the first score of the game when Bob Sornbergen's intercep- tion was converted into a 40-yard field goal by Bill Mullis in the second period. Later in the first half Bill Brotemarkle intercepted for the Mules and five plays later Miller hit Bass for a 25-yard touchdown pass. l Nlnlc offense receives congratulations upon first score of the game. for victory i P 1. Slmlegy Coach Mahanes watche t , . A Q? ip if r . , . H, Q ' ..- I 3 " I I A i l ft 5 4 Mule defense p Ylnlc defense puts pressure on the quarterback for a 10-yard loss. Bill Nlullis kicks a 40-yard field goal. 118 Quarterback Ray Miller barks out signals. l Quarterbac V .s.......-.......-.-,...v.....-......,-...,.....f--ff-'f- ---- -1- --f--- - --F Y-vnu W---t-H AY V - -- Iiller barks out signals. 1' Split end Raymond Bass receives a 25 yard Coach Mahanes watches the offense draw a penalty touchdown pass from quarterback Ray Miller A C- vw Mule defense puts tremendous pressure on quarterback qv 4 if 4 I LYS' 2 AY if if f-2 win tA'GQfW ag ,413 v. l N9 MINUTES HUME SECUN55 uarterback Ray Miller scrambles for a Mule first down Scoreboard displays Mule Homecoming., victory. ,La 5,:.45g...,,x-,x.:,a..,.f,,..4,,wu.aL- T ...... - " 1 - 'f ' "' ' Mules fall victim to Lincoln The Mules fell victims to the Lincoln University Tigers and a couple of controversial calls by the officials as they lost 23-13 on Parents Day. Things went bad for the Mules starting in the first quarter when quarter- back Ray Miller was shaken up by the hard-hitting and aggressive Tigers and was replaced by Steve Howard. Howard engineered two touchdown drives however, completing 5 of 11 passes. The first CMSU score came in the second quarter when the Mules went 59-yards in 19 plays to allow Howard to sneak in from the one-yard line. That tied things at 7-7, but Lincoln shot out in front 16-7 at the half. The second half saw the defense on both teams take over while the offenses traded touchdowns. Offen- sively the Mules out-performed the Tigers as they picked up 17 first downs to Lincoln's 8. Andy Hudson gained 89-yards on the ground to lead the Mule runners. Ira Clemons tallied 82-yards which put him over the 2000-yard career mark with a 2076-yard total. Turnovers were the main reason the Mules were lacking on the scoring end, giving up three interceptions and losing two fumbles. -,nu-. ---. Ira Clemons turns in a Quarterback Steve Howard goes over goal line from the one-yard line. 120 Ira Clemons turns in a good day rushing for a total of 82-yards. '42 llle X Good offenslve blockmg sets up a ground gamer for Ira Clemons 7... 1 n n E S A I i I i 5 'Y ,. . . f , X 5 5 I R. 1 2 5 Q Y N D i . X 3 , Y x 3 , I Q . f , 5 5 1 , P' E N ,N i , Q .1 Mules exhibit offensive power in first half of Bulldog contest ln a first half offensive battle and a second half defensive stand-off the Fighting Mules came away from Kirksville with a 21-14 loss to Northeast Missouri State. The Bulldogs needed only the talents of speedster Larry ,lones who turned the game around by running a first quarter kick-off 90-yards for a touchdown and by scoring later in the game on a pass play. The Mules scored first after safety Ron Umphenour set up the drive with an interception that he returned to the Bulldogs 38-yard line. Four plays later Andy Hudson hit pay dirt from the two-yard line and Bill Mullis added the automatic to put CMSU out front 7-0. The Bulldogs scored again on an 88-yard drive in the second quarter to make it Northeast Missouri State 14-7 with 12:06 left in the half. The Mules came back with another touchdown on the next possession going 73-yards in just five plays. The big play for the Mules was produced by freshman Kenny Briscoe who ran for 67-yards on a draw play to the one-yard line. Quarterback Ray Miller sneaked in for the touchdown and Mullis tied it up at 14-14 with the extra point conversion. Jones then snared a 53-yard bomb from Bruce Hall in what was to be the last touchdown of the game. In the se- cond half, the Mules got close to the end zone but could not score. .uns xx ll' ext. 1 Fullbaci Quarterback Ray Nliller sneaks in for a Nlule touchdown. 122 I ' , U .4 'H ff:- I V ' f+fx'f,e as ff U mu 'A ' 4 - u Fullback Andy Hudson dives in from the two-yard line for a Mule touchdown. Offensive back Kenny Briscoe turns on the speed for a 67-yard gain. 12:4 d -h..,.,.....qL... .i...,.g..q..,. ...x..-.offq.....-.nn..n.-..:.f....-..:k.-..n,.z.....x..,5,f- W V i -v , ..,,.,.:...!,,..:,,,,:,..,..,1,-.,.,:.s.nn..u i -aaa T-f Fullback Andy Hudson exhibits his enthusiasm as he crosses the goal line. Mfg F i Qvif i- . Q Lyla. '--'-4-T.: eh V1 if -,- M332-sg: ff f -. .-,. , P . . ,-me i'!'33"'Lv:- if? 1'g'fT?"?h4i5 19,3 .LIN Quarterback Steve Howard sneaks for a touchdown. 124 ll line. touchdown. I Freshman Roger Hill cludes the Lions for a 73-yard gain. Mules win over Southern by conclusive margin of 44-19 The Mules were still fired up from the controversial loss to the Lincoln Tigers as they steamed into Joplin, Missouri and rolled over the Missouri Southern Lions 44-19. The Mules turned in their finest offensive perfor- mance of the year with six touchdowns and a Bill Mullis field goal. But it was the Mules' defense who were the real stars as they got the hall for the offense eight times, forcing two Lion fumbles, stealing five passes and recovering a live CMS kickoff. Three of the Mules' scores came after the defense came up with the ball. Andy Hudson scored on a 10-yard run after linebacker Frank Hollingshead intercepted. Then Butch Rice covered Mullis' hloop kickoff to set up the next touchdown by quarterback Ray Miller. In the second half Ira Clemons scored on a 2-yard run following a Ron Umphenour interception. The Mules picked up 240 yards on the ground led by Hudson with 79 yards. Jeff Fine carried for 41 yards which included his first CMSU career touchdown while Clemons picked up 45 yards and a score. Freshman Roger Hill showed promise in his first varsity performance as he churned out 73 yards. Mike Thompson led the receivers with a 46-yard touchdown reception. j 1 125 ,, ,Q Y mu! s- , LMA U V gnA,,m-YU T, T ...- , L ,.,. ..- 4-A--. .--- -. . x s I x . 1 Q "?"1'5 ' ,5 Eel Wcimliolt scores as teammate Bob Tuttle rounds third. Pitchers: Dwight Stack and Terry Hudson. fi 1 ' ,w ! wp. I Y f X 'M- Baseball Team: lRow Onej Ronnie Dunn, assistant manager, Ed- Bob Tuttle, Steve Baysinger, Ron Hinnah, Don Kinkeacle, Larry die Wiemhholt. C. L. Brownsberger, Mike Ludwig, Kevin Kinsella, Groves, Managerg CRDW Threej Ken Hutchison, Assistant Coach XI Park-. Dwight Stack, Steve Luebbert, Gary Stanton, fRow Two, Dan McCormick, Terry Hudson, Dennis Lueck, Mike Eklund, Jim Un-gg Star-kbuuer. Steve Allison, Robbie Ruth, Mark Rubenstein, Crain, Ron Wissel, Ed Sackrider, Bob Tompkins, Head Coach. iiwi- 'l utllr- and Coach Bo 126 ....-. ... n-d.-...1i....l+i14...n -1..w,i......-.i.nm--.......,..,.. ... .. .- Terry Hudson. keade, Larry listant Coach, Eklund,Jim eacl Coach. 1 . if -7 .fi 23 Q H A 1 71' 1 V B011 Tultlc and Coach Bob Tompkins discuss batting techniques. Mules provide solid team throughout 1973 season The baseball Mules recorded another outstanding season with an impressive 18-7 overall mark. Strong pitching, solid fielding, and timely hitting guided the Mules under coach Dr. Robert Tompkins to a successful season. The Mules, pitching staff com- bined to throw a record six shutouts during the season behind a good 3.92 ERA. Individual leaders were junior Terry Hudson and Dwight Stack. Hudson pitched his way to a 6-1 record and a sparkling 1.77 ERA. Stack, also a junior, was 4-1 while leading the team in strikeouts with 41 in 43 innings pitched. The Mules' batting attack produced an outstanding .291 team average led by eight individuals over the .300 mark. The batting champion was sophomore third baseman Kevin Kinsella with a .358 average, fourth best in the school's history. The Mules' second leading hitter was all-star second baseman Bob Tuttle with a .351 average. Tuttle was named to the all-conference, all-star and NCAA district five all-star teams. Other Mules who earned all- MIAA honors were right fielder Greg Stockbauer f.322j and shortstop Steve Leubbert f.341j, who was named as the outstan- dingfreshman in the league.The Mules also set several records in the field committing only 28 errors in 744 total chances for a brilliant .963 team fielding average. First baseman Gary Stanton was the leader among infielders with only one error in 167 chances while the outfielders did not commit a single error. 127 gy x . 2. 5 .F If v fr: ll 1 f i , I r ! 1 9 1 1 94. Mule cindermen establish eleven new school records The 1973 Track and Field Mules excited fans as they established eleven new school records under the guidance of Coach Jim Pilkington. Setting new CMSU records for the Mules were: Co-Captain Jerry Coleman with a new mark in the 880-yard run with a 1:51.7 dash and also the new time in the 1000-yard dash with a blistering 2217.3 run. Fellow Co-Captain Mark Hewett set a new indoor pole vault record at 15'-M" and tied the outdoor vault record of 15'-2" set in 1969 by Don Lang. Mark Skahill led the dis- tance runners with a 9:29.41 in the indoor 2-mile run and in the 3-mile run with a 14:3l.7 outdoor time. Jim Locklear blazed through the 300- yard dash in 32.7 and teamed with fellow Mules Greg Cleveland, Jerry Coleman, and Jerry Smesch to establish the sprint medley record at 3:29.2. George Devereaux set a new record in the 600-yard dash with a 1:13.8 indoor sprint while Dave Officer set the new 220 intermediate hurdle record at 26.6, and Keith Day came on strong in the triple jump with a record 45'-W" leap. Other outstanding performers for the Mules were Ben Turnbow who won the MIAA Championship in the pole vault with a 14'-6" vault. Lynn Miller led the Mules in the 100-yard dash and the 220-yard dash. Miller was selected to attend the 1973 summer Maccabiah games in Israel. 128 Mark Hewett ties the CMSU pole vault record at 15'-2". MIAA champ Ben Turnbow awaits his turn. 1 3554 1- P. '5 Distance men Ron Talib. Ed Crumm. Mark Skahill, and Charles C ray lcad lhc pack in the 2-mile cvcnl. . N T , ,,,, , , Q 5 ,V , ,t,u,,h,veu vhq ,, .,,,,,-,-,--H-mv-an--4m Y b 1 Y ,S-.,z,,.,,.,.,f.,zzpfn.-ng-.-,rv-ffnynaivunvr-uf,-., r .....Nt. . - L. Mark Beaudin Lennitt Bligen Guard 5210" Guard 6'-3" Ken Clark Al Crim Forward 6'-6" Forward 6'-5" john Crossland Dana Elwell Head coach J' K ' lm ampen gives team instructions during a time-out period. Guard 6'-1" Guard 5'-10" . X, X I . A Randy Flick Deon Kayhill Dennis Lohe Doug Maple Dale Martin ,lim Miller YZ Guard 5'-10" Guard 5'-10" Guard 5'-11" Xsalxldfll Coaches l..1rrj. Xl illiumf. Ron llcinriclis. Greg Onslol. l30 Guard 6'-0" Forward 6'-4" Forward 6'-4" 441- , El,-oy Schumacher Forward 6'-7" Craig Shour Center 7'-0" Y - .......-.,...,.....-...Y.w-f,-vqv.-......-.-r..--, .-q--.-Q..--W ..,,.-.,..,-...,- ,- . ,.,, uring a time-out period. Dennis Lohe Forward 6'-4" Elroy Schumacher Forward 6'-7'1 Craig Shour Center 7'-0" F ast-break style adds thrill to game Coach ,lim Kampen continued a fast break style of action in his second year as head coach of the basketball Mules. The Mules finished the season with a disappointing 10-16 record. Only one retur- ning starter from last year's squad, Deon Kayhill, was an indication of the rebuilding that Kampen undertook. Some new faces to Central Missouri State added excitement to the basketball action. Art Springfield, junior college transfer from Cleveland, Ohio, adapted well to the running style play of the Mules. Stringfield averaged 18 points a game, in addition to being named to the MIAA Tourna- ment 1st Team. Ken Clark, a forward from Columbus, Ohio, came on strong towards the end of the year, averaging 14 points a game and 7 rebounds. Deon Kayhill, led the Mules in scoring with a 21 point average and in rebounding with ll a game. Dana Elwell, a Warrensburg native, averaged 3 points a game in his guard position. Al Crim, Ted Smith, and Craig Shour alternated at the center position throughout the season. The Mules started the season off right with four straight victories. Coupled with the winning ways was a lot of pep enthusiasm from the fans and the CMS Pep Band. Pre-game activities saw excitement build as Mule fans wore red colored clothing to show support for thc team. The low point of the season occurred when the Mules dropped five straight games over a long road trip. The Mules were in contention throughout most of the season as they proved when they beat conference leading Southwest Missouri State. The Mules hit the century mark twice, which indicated they were an offensive minded team. Ted Smith Forward-Center 6,-7" 6.4 Tom Stanton Guard 6'-01' Jim Miller ' NTT H if Art Slringficld - " iluird 0'1" Guard 5'-11 131 .,, .4 .smug-.:..,4..-.a 1.. ,, .,..,.., . --f:,.: - :sa-.:.a.aL-.:,.sg::- . .....-,,...,- . . . -.--Y,wpsf.-1banana.,-.:.s:sL...a..:-rw-:5, Q-. , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 K 1 1 1 ,1 11 1, 1 1 1 1 11 2, 1 1 1 I 1 A x 1 1 1 ules have easy victory in third home game of season Deon Kay hill paced the Mules to a 82-71 win over Augustana College of South Uakota. The victory kept the Mules' season record intact with four wins and no losses. Kayhill led the Mules in scoring with 24 points and grabbed a career high of 19 rebounds. Kayhill was total intimidation, blocking shots and forcing his men to pass off. The Mules owned a ten point lead at half time leading 47-37. The second half was another story as the Vikings fought back from behind to go ahead by one point with 8:06 left in the game. But the Mules responded to the challenge as Ken Clark hit a jump shot, a tip-in, and passed to Art Stringfield for a fast break basket to regain the lead permanently. Stringfield was the only other Mule scorer in double figure with 18 points. lilroy Flmniarher fights for the ball on a rebound. Deon Kayhill goes high in the air to shoot oxer a defensive man. l32 ifvf-.11 V. . """""e Craig Shour flips one in for two points 2 54' 1 ,iimmfz V k . ' K , A JP' LN 505- ' 951, Q , . 5 i .s 'Ia V ,- Q X uf , 'P ft fx ,I is X, I Y W A K ff j If V' F -H QV . V f" 3 ' ,g, 1 l I N ' ko 'X N 0 fx ,W hK,""9f Mules dominate scoring attack over Northwest 'l'he Nlulcsu started off right a six game home stand by sweeping past Yorthwest Missouri State 94-80. Deon Kayhill, lien Clark and Art Stringfield led the Mules scorers in the fast pitched offensive battle. Kayhill tied a Garrison Gymnasium record by making 10 field goals in the first half. Kayhill led all scorers with 31 points while bringing down 18 rebounds. Ken Clark matched Kayhill's 10 field goals in the second half as he scored his season best of 29 points. Stringfield shot six for eight from the free throw line to make his offensive total 20 points for the night. The Mules took control of the game soon after the opening tip off, making the first basket and never giving up the lead. At half time the Mules led by 7, with a 41-34 score. The only problem for the Mules during the game was foulingg two players fouled out while four other Mules had four personals. 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H.. -4.-ffaxutfafna' ' " , - .g. .4,,,,,--. . -, , H E Tg,.-,- - .:g.a.w ,- ..:f---..-....-,-:s.:x.a.p..,na...Q.,1w..c2s,,ax ..-a. :- The Fighting Mules showed that they could beat the best as they high- lighted the 73-74 season with a victory over the MIAA conference leading Southwest Missouri State 84-77. The key to the victory was team defense, balanced scoring and good bench strength. In the second half, Elroy Schumacher and Craig Shour came off the bench to ignite a Mule rally. Schumacher fired in 12 points in the second half and pulled down 9 rebounds while teammate Shour swept up 14 rebounds. In the balanced scoring attack five Mules were in double figures led by Dana Elwell who had 18 points for the night. Deon Kayhill was close behind with 17 as he became the tenth leading scorer in CMSU basketball history. Ken Clark added 15 points along with Schumacher's 12, and Art Stringfield chipped in 10 to round out the Mules offensive punch. The tenacious defense of the Mules forced the Bears into their lowest shooting percen- tage of the season, 37 per cent, compared to the Mules 55 per cent. Craig Shour goes up high above the crowd for an easy basket. 141 Mike Johnson does a graceful handstand on the parallel bars. Stan Detrick does a drop cast from the parallel bars. musnc, ' gfkffl '41, , - 51-55 . V 5119 7 Q ,V , A nur - , C , , Q19 V, sveunsnc V ,' C V fl: J V 'i f ' , 5:2 I ,gg 5 ?,,,, 1 5' . f ' ' ' 'f0', 7 1 .f , f V, 1-,fm ,,., .,.u My 4,35 ,N , i ,VV il l l 4, 1 'M lf ' J V M M f , f ,V ' ' ,r v ' f Q, ? V ' ,, V V ff I VV 'V ' M W2 i L x F g l , ' , 1- Gymnaslics Team: fRow Onej Mike Johnson, Larry Holmes, Stan Detrick, Mike Milfelt. fRow Twoj Curtis Reams fHead Coachj, Don Cooper, Clyde Miller, John Mynatt, Nate Wisdom. I42 niiuiis l FYNMS1 E5 9 Mike Milfelt-Ba I I Clyde Mil 6 lion Cooper perfr QM QHISTI' S C l CMS gymnastic team shows promise for coming season It was a year of rebuilding for a young Mules gymnastic squad. The Mules were winless in dual competition, losing some heartbreakers by slim margins. Mike Milfelt was the all around top performer for the Mules, setting a CMSU record with the most points by an in- dividual in one meet, 41.5 against Ft. Hays. John Mynatt was the number two man, but a late season injury caused him to miss the last three meets. Mike Johnson led the team in floor exercise, while Clyde Miller was the top vaulter. Stan Detrick showed promise throughout the season. The Mule gymnasts will only losc one senior from the squad, with depth coming back for next year. Mike Milfelt-Back Pike Clyde Miller throws a front stiiz from a handstand. John Mynatt performs a hack toss off. Don Cooper performs the double leg circle from the Pommel horse. 143 l an if 'f 41, C15 -, l 1 L... ' fi T? t if f. , .411-5.1,- af ,fam 71, M11 5 ,V ,-,,. , W g- .f,. 142123111-f'f,.ivg V " . V -. v, - 4 ,. "v::,Q-ff"-Z ,,.,z,W, ,wp ' , ul Cv 'fy , 2.49, H f, V, mil'LQL-:fQQ1Z.L,1J1M!:Z1 ' f':-:H -mah mils? Pat Moriarity sets ul 'z Wrestling Te Jim Haub, C Moriarity, Pa Houck, John Sawyer, Lync 'Q Pat Moriarity sets up his opponent for a takedown. I 1 12, Mule grapplers command IAA championship title Central Missouri State wrestlers proved that the desire to win can overcome the odds by capturing their third MIAA con- ference title by finishing ahead of Northwest Missouri State 119- 105W. Jim Blackmon earned his third straight MIAA title at 126 pounds by defeating Kevin Neibur of Southeast Missouri State 3- 2g Jim-Haub defeated Steve Peters of Northwest Missouri State 6- 3 to win the 142 pound titleg Merrill Norris defeated Kevin Brooks of Northwest Missouri State 6-3 in capturing the 150 pound crown and Craig Guthier beat Al Schneider of Northeast Missouri State 8-5 to win at 190 pounds. The Mules, who- were supposed to be in a rebuilding year finished the regular season with a winning 9-8 dual record. The most outstanding wrestler, on the squad, was Jim Blackmon who led the Mules in total wins 26-7-1 in the 126!118 pound class. Reggie Ragland at 167 pounds was also a 20-match winner with a 20-9-1 record. Craig Anderson was the top 118 pound contender with a 18-7-1 record, while ,lim Haub finished 17-8-1 in the 134-X142 pound class. 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'MJ 9 rs. xo .W ,, LYS. a? 5: ,I 'M 1 'Q' ' 4 sr of 'Q 1 4" o f Q 4 z ' 1 ff mx 4 'Q 6 Y '51, 4 '--22'-'viii-12, AX ., g?s Dil A os, , V I 4 fv ' Elini f 1 Q A .. 3 .- BH' lfqllffgfiffg-fJ9"' V J, 113- if Q 'latpm , 1' I if W ' CMSU Field Hockey Team shares state championship On November 4, the Central Missouri State University Jennies field hockey team tied with Southwest Missouri State University and the University of Missouri to become tri-champions in the Missouri State Field Hockey Championships Coach ,lane Markert was pleas ed with the outcome, despite the fact CMSU held the top spot alone for the last three years The team s final record was 12 wins two losses and one tie The Jennies earned several distinctions during the season Six team members went to the South Sectional games which draw players from southern Illinois southern Indiana, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri Two other members Debbie Mann a freshman and Gloria Brown a Junior, traveled to the Sectionals, which include both South and North divisions Gloria later was named to the fourth Sectional Team Six seniors have seen their last competition for CMSU Debbie Brown, Becky Cairns Bonnie McCroskey Rhonda Miles, Marilyn Norwood and Gayla Steenbergen , . Q . . . . ., , i -. . ' Q , 5 ' 1 9 i 5 , . CMSL Hockey Team QROW Onej Vlarsha Graef Becky' Cairns. fRow Twoj Toni Podkulski. Vicki Goodman. Dull. but Brown inn Welszh Pam Cherry lxaren Reardon. Gay' Steenbergen. Ruby Curry. Marilyn Yoryynml. Rnnrla Nllll. Dclilnt NI inn Debbie Bructkncr Gloria Brown. Leathe Smith.tRowThreeJKin1Jennings.lhirlwiiillmms. i Vlil er u my nnit t ro y ,lanan Dctwiler. Cathy' Lyon. Nancy Fortner. flion Pnnrl lXHliH t il inrla Stott Nancy URU1 athy Smith.Palty RllSi.L0lSNIOTQOH.f,iUllIllk3Bf321l'll.Nllsittl Nm-t 151 4-'Y -'-HG"-'vfv-vlv' er n+'W'-Wffv5lf Qi -ir1P-z'f-.- - Q--.-sexi'-'fax L--gag. Hin,-,,...,fY,-Y .... -2- -s- Jennies capture first place in district tournament tilt Dcspitc an 8-6 record, the Central Missouri State University Jennies volleyball team finished the season in mid-November by winning the district tournament and capturing fourth place in state C0111- pctition. 11 was quite an accomplishment for a young team undera first-year coach, Barbara Fisher, a graduate studentfassistant in the womcn's Physical Education Department. A last-minute switch in scheduling created more problems for the novice team. The com- petitive season began in September, one and a half months earlier, instead of starting in mid-October as usual. But adversity or not, CMSU still saw some good action.. Jackie Bolton, a senior, starred as a good setter and all-around player with consistent performances. The team also was aided by spikers Chris Lackey, Debbie Marshall, Joanna Ravetta, Sue Tesson and Diane Williams. Though their competitive season ended with the fall, the team members worked diligently to raise money for new warmups by sponsoring their An- nual Sports Day on March 16. The team invited area high school volleyball teams to CMSU to learn skills and view the university's volleyball program firsthand. I 5 I Diane Williams uses a dink to get around the blockers. i fit f 413- Aa, . ,E . ' N 9 l Women s Vollevball Team. CROW One, Debbie Cockrell, Nancy McDow Janice Barbosa, Jackie Bolton Joanna Ravetta 152 we' . fRow Twoj Barb Fisher: Coach, Sue Tesson, Diane Williams, Deb Gill, Chris Lackey, Mary Massey, Deb Marshall. A yi,V1. eh l xg::s:..- ilk A! fl ll? -. .92 -I ,y 4 4 2' 1 iiy . i i U if , L 'i N lf I f "" ish W, . .3155 af U ff If ,, ! ,f , Q , fx ' -ilu.. 1-" sw A., if ,Wg W '-f.w,,44.f' . - , , ,Z Y .. . 'A , 2-1 F 5 . 4' P Q . 5 1 1 A, I f z : ,inf , , ',,,,..Q' ,lieu 1 ' ' M, , 1.1,-hy '04 f A Q 1 ' ' - Q., '-un , A... ,':4jtf'l'4"' 4 .' Wu un. ' I 5 ,,,,, 6 , ,-1, .7 . gff A MA' An. g, QHNTRAL ISSUE .QW14 nz ' -M., "Rf 1 " - , -.. , 'J' f ' f 21 vcw 5 fwzgzrf V V A 4 . 2.1, vm, 4 ,Q 'G 1 I 2 gf Robin Turley takes a jump shot for two points. Jennies Basketball Team earns berth in state finals The Jennies basketball team, led by starters Marilyn Carlson, Marsha Graef, Gayla Steenbergen, Diana Tingler and Robin Turley, finished 12-6 for the season and 5-1 in conference play,'ear- ning the right to compete in the state finals at Springfield. CMSU's only conference loss was to archrival Southwest Missouri State University in the second meeting of the two teams. The Jennies romped over SMSU earlier this year 57-42. The team gained strength this year primarily through freshmen additions including Marilyn Carlson, Debbie Mann, Kathy Odneal and twins Glenda and Linda Scott. ,lunior Pattie Agnew saw a lot of A and B team ac- tion and improved the team's defensive play. Game highlights came during the narrow two-point victory over fifth-ranked Kansas Slate University, 54-52 and the record-breaking first CMSU victory in Ahern Field House, home of the University of Kansas Women. The Jennies, in a typical financial bind, were having difficulties raising funds to pay for their new uniforms and warmups. Much to their surprise and delight, several Warrensburg merchants and businessmen contributed to their cause. The basketball team is coached by Dr. Millie Barnes and Dr. Dean Martin. Marsha Craef is concentrating on making two points, 154 Marilyn Carlson drives in for an easy layup shot 1 IS, I . Hy,-V," 3 Xf' . yr. C?-B .lx ,. K 'M gn , -. ilu. vw , , gn i 1 " 1 x WC' ,gg gy! 5 17 , ,' J , ,QA 3 11 gb s N ii I Q I. if fklxi. fl ' M1 J , 'N in M, -1 4 .e 1' .,:,,.-V , hi b ' '-'.. "21i 3 ,QD . 4- ,. 'n':?'.i " un-Y- L. 4. 'Q-Ez Q. 1 1 A 4' WZ reder- Leap Janese Henry-Step-up mount to a scale, balance beam. ,Iennies Gymnastics Team finish second in standings The Jennies gymnastic team, coached by Nancy Bailey, monopoliz ed second place standings throughout its competitive season this year. In its first meet, CMSU, with 48.83 followed Iowa State Universityis 81.78 at the Ames Invitational, Ames, Iowa. During the Missouri Gymnastics Championship of the Association of Inter collegiate Athletics for Women, conducted at CMSU the ,Iennies earned 59.59 for second place honors behind Southwest Missouri State University with 100.38. In their only away meet, at Iowa City the Jennies tied for second with Drake University. Grandview took first. During the final meet, at home, CMSU again grabbed the number two spot with a 68.57 on the heels of the University of Iowa's 71.77. Top performers among the Jenny gymnasts were Nan cy Baker, Debbie Bush, Barb Gammon, Janese Henry and Stevie Hottle, ClVlSU,s 'all-arounder Women's Gymnastics Team: Debbie Bush, Shelley Evans, Stevie Hottle, Karen Siebert, Charlette Stevens, Nancy Baker, Reenie Wissel, Barb Gammon, Nancy Baker, Debbie Kreder l57 V V V A ,, ,.,,,, .. ,,...W,..,..f-,T---if ----:W -'------ -4 -- - V - ' I 9 9 9 5 ' V A . lh , IHTA1' . . . ' 0 . , -4 X , X x Q-Qgfqzw. f ' 'X . Y-. Q , EL. -vi Y' ' - xnlg J '4 - , T r -2 - . I I e 2 NNW 5 FH ' V rgszig-N L-4" g U A iS--'Eg 1 1 'V ,b 1 'wv A gwrif 'fff Q1 :N , . ' . C-"fm gr, -'-g.-N,-., I H 1- . - x q1f':4w.5,T -Li '- ' N ' .x .iff 'EQQNQ-'Ji wt R- I ' ,, V- 477 ,ff v ,- I' N .N 1 4m-Y, Lf , . x f 'Y vf" A ' N' , .. xvlh, ' . I -"J " ff Af-A ,ff X, X ff' x X' . xx ,ff ,' X f fx f J M' I N' -W f 1 N' O L Xxx M N C3 -RN Q ,, 3 t, 1 fy I ACADE A 1 w n AG . J J 1 X . UH fx :Fx A , ' f-of 4. TTT ff' . - . A ,QR fx .. gxq..'4:-- . I 1 A Y ':-- rx r 1,-vw -I "n , V . " N V -X-'nf-'r"'f-"5 . ffgqr V :yy H VV --f-H A In f -Q z., Q . l ,ff K -,Y X X 1 V Y X x FM' xl,,, jr X xv Y UI v . I 7 1 t X, H--+x'-,H ,ff W' N" ---' f Tw A--A f ,NYM L , 0 VA-X., Q NW yr Nw Wy 1 ' ' y 'Q 5 CS TJJllK'l,".. v-- v- -- WW' 1 2' I . f 'qi f", Q X lnterxiewing prospective teleiision talent during 1973 llontevoming paraclc. Only sltulents with the most giltt-tl talent and instruments ln-4-onie purl ol' the Scene. Cooperation ltetwecn the un- iversity und community is il- llI!4lI'1ll.CCl hy the success ofthe first Blood Drive Telethon. Show-Me Forum program promotes communication between the university and Warrenslmrg community. People liehinrl the camera are sometimes in the spotlight. lnixersily lnion ffahinet "tjui1l3oul"is a challenge to maint mutrnpus organization:-1. CM Captain Duck visits with Mrs. VanZee of the Music Department. ln television, theres never u Student musicians get ex C MS TV single moment to sit down. cellent television training. Ijirecwr of the Music Department. CMS-TV expands programing to fifteen hours CMS-TV, the university cable television programing service, con- tinued to expand this year. Weekly programing included fifteen hours of news and sports, quiz bowl, children's programing, Warrensburg Forum, music programing, sports interviews, home economics, golf lessons, Missouri Heritage, museum exhibit and literature programing. Programing was presented simultaneously in Warrenshu rg, Knob Noster, Whiteman Air Force Base and Clin- ton, through the Cable TV systems in those communities. Other programing was distributed on a regular basis to St. Joseph and Sedalia, thereby giving students maximum exposure for their programing efforts. Students from the Mass Communication Department and various other disciplines produced, directed, ran camera, wrote, hosted, did play-by-play interviews, in short, per- formed all ofthe functions necessary to a television operation. New this season was Captain Platypus Duck, a weekly children's program designed to introduce youngsters to various professionals. The programis viewers met a variety of guests from the postman and police chief to the farmer and game warden to the florist and musician. In addition, viewers were shown how to construct small toys in their own home. Pegleg the Parrot came aboard the Cap- tain's ship with a word of the week which the Captain defined ac- cording to the "Ducktionary,'. The first quarterly CMS-TV Blood Telethon, entitled 'fWhat We Need, Money Can't Buyw, brought together 42 entertainers, speakers and honored guests to the Martin TV Studio for an evening of entertainment and giving. As part of Homecoming, the annual parade was cablecast to viewers in four communities, and in addition, home football, basketball, wrestling and gymnastics were cablecast. dent musicians set ex' , CMS-TV Talent and host play big roles Students experience the technical and , :nt television training. Director in mam, of the productions. engineering side of CMS television. 161 CCMW-FM radio schedule demands constant activity KCMW-FM, a public radio station owned and operated by Central Missouri State University, offers valuable, practical broadcasting experience to CMSU students. The station is staffed by nine full and part-time professionals who guide and direct between forty and sixty student broadcasters each term. Constant activity is required to keep this full-time radio station in operation. KCMW-FM stu- dent broadcasters work long, hard hours to bring variety program- ming to West Central listeners. Oftentimes, the student staff works on holidays and over the weekends because the KCMW-FM broad- casting schedule must continue seven days a week, 365 days a year. Preparing programs or announcements in advance and producing these on audio tape for later broadcasting is a necessity of modern radio broadcasting. Student broadcasters learn production techni- ques in classes offered by the Department of Mass Communication and, later, apply these techniques on the job at KCMW-FM. Setting up for the recording session, recording a program or announce- ment, and editing the recording into a finished program or an- nouncement are all parts of production techniques. Day to day broadcasting at KCMW-FM involves the student broadcaster in many activities. An increase in power to 100,000 watts has made the reception of KCMW-FM easier for thousands of people. The in- creased coverage has enabled KCMW-FM and its student staff to broadcast programs of instruction, general education, culture and entertainment. Ralph Stobaugh puts the finishing touches on a "Today Woman" tape while Mike Freeman gets ready to time it. -ul. ""'?' 'X xg.. v-l .- .JJ , 41 5 'J , ,,,1:'fffi.,,, n 1, 'mf , , f X -'W"'?.9.z......"5'9KLp2f'..iz4.',lQ., ,.,.. ..-Hn Radio drama in recording: Larry Meurer gets ready to Neue" Mike Hopkins and Morey Sullivan. 162 touches on a "Today's man gets ready to time it. 4 V' 'ef 717 'few-V iff "' V "Aff" Ajfiil 1, 5. . Q f ' V I' , ,,., gf . , jay' V' ,if :"' ' ,nfl Q , , , .,.fij - 'PHY " 691 " ,Z fag- '. , ' . If f .1 W! 54 . 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Sixth aerospace workshop held on campus The Aerospace Education class is conducted annually by Central Nlissouri State University as an orientation course for teachers at all levels who desire to increase their knowledge about aviation and space subjects and learn how to utilize such information to vitalize and enrich teaching. More and more teachers are becoming aware of the increasing economic, social, scientific and technological im- portancr of aerospace industries to our country and society, and seek to include units of aerospace education as an integral part of their teaching program. Field trip experiences included visits to Whiteman Air Force Base missile facilities, Breech Academy which is the stewardess training center for Transworld Airlines., the newest and most modern such facility in the world, TWA pilot training facilities which feature extensive mock ups and large air- craft flight simulators and the Kansas City International Airport. Workshop participants heard about the nature and value of helicopters from LTC Bobby Pierceall, Commander of the Army Aviation Support Facility of the Missouri Army National Guard at Whiteman Air Force Base. Helicopter orientation rides arranged Fra. 'far' by Colonel Pierceall proved to be an exciting experience for all class members. The concluding activity was a field trip to visit the United States Navy Air training facilities in Pensacola, Florida. Two full days of lectures and tours, featuring visits to the Navy air museum and to an aircraft carrier, proved to be interesting and educational experiences for those making the trip. Air transporta- tion to and from Pensacola was arranged and approved by Civil Air Patrol and was provided by the 442nd Air Force Reserve at Richards Cebaur Air Force Base. I .v fw 1 x XX 1 s 'f , X I f' -A z"'! ' 14 I 'fu 4. Q 's 1 7 ea Balloon drifts leisurely over campus. ,,,-f "fan-f' f .. '- .A , V In X .. -+.',,g,fi. Hot air balloonist lands on campus so that students can examine the balloon. 164 sw, Aer ,vw -. -. x,-2. ':. X X vt Q9 is-1 'f?'fs.t. ss-La Q fs v . ,,., as-i.g,g-3,:M egg,-flggfxgi K, . as W sg,,..v .fi A ...n..L.4....4,, X ZHITIPUS .-. .... - WW ?,.Q,w.,,v1m1n,w-,4n.,w. ,.,......... .----. ,- . , , Aerospace education workshop students receive helicopter orientation ride from CNISLWS Skyhaxen airport, L 't 1 . , , .,,. , 1 M? I 1 4 , ' OVCI' Cal1'lpllS. Students give assistance to Bill E. Stansbeary who gave a presentation on the art of soaring, 165 ws - 'J ... , . . . . . V . - 1' F , -J ., 1,,. f V. - -.-V,.,,,,- --4-ea..-1.-n-nr.-,:u..-1-. j-1xuudl1q..a.1unn4-5s-a-g.q.y?5:Y,..-9gtzgg-4un'-3V'1ggf:ur.a1ua-ngquragtzc....:,-.-..........-. fgn-guy-41-5-v-vnfihfirlbf V VHP- - 0 SU X iicsimlvlicl' CL-nlcr l1,lIl'l'Il ffumiiliules. wp -X.. R .ix XX illiumsun. Dean of Residence Center. kk .:, 5' Jygv A v X J, i NN. i I - ' V, Q v '5Mf.,,,: ,-f ' . . fl- 1- ' is . . ,X .X ,- pig., 'ff , .1 ' W .5 ,J , . xf ,J f ., Q Debby Hansen, Nancy Saunders, Cynthia Allen, Maleu King, Patti Christensen QQueenj. . ,wi wr" 'wif' 1-, U , .xy-:Mi I pa Students take time out for lunch and relaxation. Residence Center provides educational opportunities The 1973-74 school year at the Jackson County Residence Center proved to be the year of anxiety, frustration and uncertainty for students and staff alike. Despite rumors and discussions relative to the change of management of the Residence Center from Central Missouri State University to the University of Missouri, Kansas Ci- ty, student enrollments exceeded the fall enrollment of 1972, The new Associate Degree programs initiated during the 1972-73 school year continued to prosper and two new Associate Degree programs in legal secretarial and medical secretarial were initiated for the 1973-74 year. The Jackson County Residence Center was also responsible for a first in Independence, Missouri-the Cosmic Theatreis dinner theatre with over 1600 residents of the Independence community patronizing this student theatrical ac- tivity. A 167 S' f ,nh-Ar! ..... .Q-.-Li.-,f. .,- fu-445-pq Sight Sound 7 presents variety of creative talent Sight,"Sound T fcstiy al of the arts at CMS offered a broad spec- trum of thc creative and performance talents on campus: from concerts by CSIS instrumental and choral ensembles to . 1 .. l C E' 5 -3 2 2 5. 'J'-3 T .- O CD X T' :- :- o :1 U1 o -'A "'5 W O : f-'T if W :1 Q. U1 F' : Q. 0 :z F' as vs: painting and sculpture. In special focus February 4-11-the Q, .,, wcclt of the fcstiy al--were two visiting artists: Writer and lee- arm turcr .Nlcx llalcy . and Composer Martin Mailman, director of composition at North Texas State University. The Festival began February 4 with the formal opening of faculty and stu- dcnl art shows in Ward Edwards Library and Grinstead Gallery. The premier event of the opening day was an evening concert of twentieth-century music and poetry. This opening concert was also the setting for the Awards Presentation Ceremony forthe Department of English and SightfSound 7 Poetry Competition. The remainder of the week was crowded with activity: a Gallery Concert with performances by CMS vocalists and instrumentalists and poetry readings by CMS student poets, a talk on Black Heritage by Alex Haleyg a Concert of Contemporary Jazz by the Lab and Studio Bandsg a Concert Performance of Robert Kurkass comic opera, The Good Soldier Schweik, by the CMSU Opera Theatre, a Concert of Choral Music of the Twentieth Century performed by the CMS Mcn's Chorus, Women's Chorus, and University Chorus, a Concert of the Music of Martin Mailman by CMS Music faculty and studentsg a Program of New Poetry: Magic Lanterns by CMS student poets. The Sight!Sound festivals of the arts began seven years ago at CMS as a crystallization of the spirit of new creativity and performance on campus. This year's SightfSound 7, with its emphasis on the contemporary, t'0I'lllflllCCl to reflect that Spirit. Alex Haley was spell-binding when he spoke on campus. 7 -M1 y Armstrong, ii ' aititi ' -'Ik -who s nol Xmlrcyy firoyyn directs the CMS Nlen's Chorus during the Sun day ey ening concert, Choral Music of the Twentieth Century. l6B . -X new uv 411' 4 1 9 , Q Mal? 1" A 'nj W, 5, , WH .ff ' 362- . ' V, 1 B f 1, 4 in X: !,f 1. .M I 15 f 4555 1 ff f :fzwzffl , , 5 10, , QQT,lUQ,,4,f ifn f J P 46 ' i??z.if3Z 9 f vimggj L if 1,442 fa ffm... z ,A, ,,,jg,x amva.u..Aus:1..x...,. -4 -.1-my .,.Nn,Q,.4-- . , .Q-9.. ...AY ..g , 47. ...:w.............-... M Chase" Rock Concert-September 15 Y. 1' 6 l lurlli 5 o,.:o: at F I fi "a,f"" Ig - s, 'a,'.,W ,Ml l'l'ixC'Q. I v,"l.g F9 'Q I I I ,Hhs ,s.',i" Q, -u Q ,lv Q 'Q , J ' Q ,I 4 Q., . 'Q I 0 ah.: Un., la, s ,nap Alex Haley, internationally known author and lecturer, spoke in Hendricks Hall on February 5. ' - ' ' ' ' g , Q.. , , . ' ' Q 9- . 'ffl 4' ,' iw lQ1?3Zfi'l,.ff"Q 1, 0755! Lf' 'I 1 .f ,iii .J A, ,f Q1 V: :f:'ll5:,L,Z-g?j,w f ,, V f I ., ,I V r f.'.'2:'e7s Qs ,--flfii , A Q' ' ' ' A ' X ?-- f E17 " r: "yi :'1fii4f22?i:',3A-Lk,-3547171f f , ' " .we -I"'f 01,2 . 4 iff: f Me' , ' -ff ' . , i ,'f.,v.3-, VI Ji. Q A ,KMMI ,, , , . ,, . 3- ' --'- - ,..,.,,,-V ' L. ., Lw..,.LQ, ll, ,. - --I----- ,,,,, , ,, , f I , ' The Vanguard Theatre presented George Bernard Shaw's delightful comedy, Pygmalion, on March 12. Duk Walter 5 Director am M. Louie Sy mp 170 ,fm-.n.TT , Ymvm dricks Hall on February S. . , ,, . ,w,Q,f'3 ,,fM.Qj fe ,f f ff-f my fy 1 12. sniff, fufcfft Wifi: ill: Q ff .Y , f i'fi:1W"u",ig, If fiijil 1 9 ff "fs iistifzi fm, ',a.W,w :qi ,gin -"Ui tin? "if 2515 ff!! 1 i. Duke Ellington Q A Walter Susskind Director and Conductor St. Louis Symphony Orchestra November 6-7 Convocation Series features world famous entertainment Throughout the year, many world famous entertainers visited the CMSU campus. The first of the entertainers to come was a popular rock group i'Chase". The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra with director and conductor Walter Susskind appeared in Hendricks Hall. The famous author, Alex Haley, held a free lecture on campus. Max Morath was featured in the Rhetor Coronation Concert. Morath is an accomplished actor and monologist as well as a versatile pianist. The Vanguard Theatre presented George Bernard Shaw's delightful comedy "Pygmalion", Duke Ellington and his Orchestra presented a concert. The Duke has poured forth more than 1,000 songs, many of them part of the American Culture. Other entertainers appearing on campus in- cluded the Danish Gymnastics Team, John Fields, the Alpha Omega Players, and modern dancer Dena Madole. lv'- - Duke Ellington and his Orchestra-March 18. Max Morath Rhetor Coronation Concert February 18 Dr. Don Wyss, Vice President Financial Affairs Dr. Roy A. McAuley, Vice President Academic Affairs N -, .iii,s d,.,e A "TW-'F , 1 Dr. Harold L. Young, Vice President Administrative Affairs 'if' rl Um D- m Ed ' H Vw-1ri.'n1Stl1der 172 ! A fi 'F 0 nt Academic Affairs ' X Dr. Tom D. Edmunds Vice President Student Affairs if X 1 I g i Administrative Council: Dr. Jack Carmichael, Dr. Don Wyss, Dr. Harold L. Young, Dr. Warren I C. Lovinger, Dr. Roy E. McAuley, Dr. Tom Edmunds, Carl B. Foster, and Dr. Duane Sterling. 1 L Administration operates as team to manage University ' Although the President of the University, under the authority of the Board of Regents, serves as the chief executive officer with the enormous task of running a modern institution of higher learning, he is ably assisted by four vice presidents. These top administrative officers are Dr. Harold L. Young, Vice President for Ad- ministrative Affairsg Dr. Roy E. McAuley, Vice President for Academic Affairsg Dr. Tom Edmunds, Vice President for Student 1 Affairs, and Dr. Don Wyss, Vice President for Financial Affairs. 3 Chief advisory group to the President is the Administrative Coun- 1 eil which is responsible for discussing and making recommen- dations on University policies and programs. Dr. Warren C. Lovinger serves as the presiding officer of the Council, and Dr. Jack Carmichael, Assistant to the President for Institutional Develop- ment, serves as secretary. Other Council members include the four vice presidents, plus Carl B. Foster, Director of Public Relations, and Dr. Duane Sterling, Assistant to the President for Special Programs. , 173 .,.....- f ,. . w11..:4s-.s'nx - '.z.w .Bute as-..-: .- v-Lea-uzaarxg. ...,.u.Q.+.Wf 5 .arf-,---An'--N-af. fn ...,n.w:m..s.J,1..w Administrators guide educational affairs The deans of CMSU play an important role in the institution. Deans having academic respon- sihililics arc: Dr. Thomas R. Gaines, Dean of School Applied Science and Technologyg Dr. Roy Jorgcnson. Dean of School Teacher Education, Dr. Leroy Barrows, Dean of School Education, Dr. R. Clark Morton, Dean of School Continuing Educationg Dr. Robert Marshall, Dean of School Public Servicesg Dr. Ray Williamson, Dean of Independence Residence Centerg Dr. Harold Samp- son, Dean of Graduate Schoolg Dr. Sam Hewitt, Dean of School Arts and Sciences, Dr. Robert B. Pierce, Dean of School Business and Economicsg Dr. Allen L. Sosebee, Dean of Admissions and - Dr. Leroy Barrows Dean of School Education Recorllsg Dr. Hollis L. Chalqueist, Dean of Men, Mrs. Alice Gower, Dean of Women. Dr. Thomas R. Gaines Dr. Sam Hewitt Roy Jorgenson Dr. Robert Marshall Dr, R, Clark Morton Dean of School Dean of School Dean of School Dean of School Dean of School Appl. Science 81 Tech. Arts and Sciences Teacher Education Public Services Continuing Education 174 w Dr. Robert B. Pi Dean of Schof Business 81 Econ: 'Wit Curl B. 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Alenv- Education Adams, Clifton Speech tlommuuicationa Adams, Esmond Economics Adann-, Jerold Political Science Adams, jon-ph English Aiat, Eugene' Instructionnl Resource Albert, Charles Sociology Albrecht Joseph Manufacturing 81 Const. Anders. Leslie History Anderson, t'l4-n Teacher Education Aahman, Richard Safety Bachhuber. EW. Geology Bachmann, Dunne Distrihutive Education Bachua, Gordon Teacher Education Bailev. .low-1' Women's physical Education Baker, Bt-ryle Counseling Baldwin. Robert Ball Helen Home Economics Baltz, Howard Instructional Resource Bumford. Jr-ane Assistant Dean of Women Bargfrcdc. James Business Barnes, Mildred Women's Physical Educ Bautista, Octavio Accounting S! Finance Beall, Joseph Earth Science Beard, Harold Psychology Beaver, Lyle Recreation Bell, Marvin Ph 'sins Relahe, john Biology Bergman, Lucy English Bcrkland, Terrill Earth Science Berry, Gordon Communications Beat. Clarence Mathematics Betz, Norman English Birkhead, Velma Mathematica Bissell, John Library Bixby, Glenn Lah School Blackwell, Dale Business Administration Bock, Frederic Business Administration Bohlen, Donald Music Boles, Walter Safety Bosaiu, Donald 1. Military Science Bossa, Louis Business Administration Bowling, David Physics Boyd, Roln-rt Registrar Bradley, The-ola Elementary Education Brady. .lohn Military Science Brame. Daniel Public Scrt .cos Brume, William Manufacturing 8 Const. ation r r 'wg -:ag-1-ffy.5.53514:-r'nff.,,q1z-.1 ,..:1f1e-14.155-t.-sn , W,, - -- Y Facult : Bra-Cul Brnnflcs, Wanda-'ll lhitrrsitt llnion Bronson. Ylurslmll Puwcr K Transportation llrutlslroln. Paul tcadclnic -tdtisnr Bruucr, Fri-ilt-rick Data Proccssilig Braun, Bonnie l'l0mc lfconomics Brcsln-urn, Ronalrl Continuing Education Bri-wer, Robert llonintunicntinns Bri-wington. William Counlicling Britton, ,Iunwa Sociology llrooka-na, Ki-nm-th ln-atructional Resources Brooke, Dwms Communications llronkshier, Doris Library Brown. Andrew Nlusic Brown. James Accounting Bruno, William Military Science Bucklvs, ,lt-an Nursing But-liler. Carmen Nursing Bulngurner, Cecil Powcr 81 Transportation Burke, Donuld Power 'Sz Transportation Burke, Mary Central Elementary Burnctte, Walter Earth Science Burtner, William English Byrns, Edward Lab School Cammack, Larry Mathematics Campliell, ,li-ter Communications Carmichael. ,lack Assistant lo President Carr, Gi-urge Public Relations Cusady. Carmin- Business Administration Carw, Nlt-rl Graphics Caatnnt-'r. David Biology Castle. Canon Music Chalquist, Hollis Dean of Men Cltumncy, Clifford Electricity Clianvy. Chris Business Administration Chriumun. Burliaru Library Cleveland. Wnync Teaclicr Education Coke-r. Rolirrt Business Administration Coleman, Russ Music Coon, Gillwrt English Coonley, Pntrick Special Education Cor ohongo. Arthur Heaijth Center Physician Counts. james Safety Com-ina. Cladyz Theatre Crux cn. Shi-rralyn 'ilulhvmatics Crt-igllton. Wiltln liusimw- Administration Crounwc. Willson Xcndemic -tdviraor Crump. Gail linglish Culp. lierul Rueirlcncc Center ,lr ,V I .,,': L' , A Q , ft 37 2 454 SQ, 2' WWWVW4! M Wf i f ff? , ,. , fm' , , xl, ' f"lt ev' W " 1? ,ff X R o, o f , f f wiv v f 19,7 178 Ii , Z.,:'1.' jp - 35111 ' 2 I 1 f 3 , ff . rg! I f X 6 fy, f . . 9 6 1 ,nn av- g may .f , f-.fm 1 72 4 1 owl V fr 'gf 'W ,- If , , fy,- QWV' , 7 .NW f, f .ww an-aw' F acul ,pi as ,...-.1 fav-SS:'a' 11 :sv i , .. 'FP ' If-A i'Q'iTj ii -9' tfisizaeiifief a 1 . f.,.,z:.4a S ' " i sf" ? - ,K LQ- 5 f. 4 " f af' i f- :" 'Z : . ,, 1 ir gg: X x .4-gh waz t.. t : ur-Fis Curtin, Cari Acurlcmiv -hlxiaur Curtis, Ynriin Psychology Dalv. Richard l'niu-rsity lligh School Dumron. Wilhnr lnslructional l'le:sourt'c Dani:-ln, David Geography Davenport, Eduard Mathematics Davies, Marion Music Dasilv, Guillermo Criminal .lustice Davis, Dwight Business Administration Dawson. Robert Masx Communication Dt-asc, Donna Music Dcc. William Sociology Dt-Frain, David College Skills Dt-Mott. Edith Nursing Denham, Edward Testing Dt-'nkt-r. Roger Men's Physical Education Denning, El Virgo Library De-wick. ,Icrry Business Dill:-y, Larry Mathematics Dolt-cki. .lost-ph Economics Donath, Donald Men's Physical Education Doull, Sam Social Science Downs, William Graphics Drake, Charles Economics Dumler, Brenda Home Economics Dunlap, Richard Social Science Dunn, ,lack Mathematics Etlmunlla. Tom Vice Prcsirlcnl Student Affairs Egelaton. Martha English Elht-rt, Dennis Business Administration Elliott, Alice Biology Elliott, jerry Revenue Ellis, Edwin Art Emerson. .lvhn Earth Science Engelmann. Paul Eronnniit-s Engle, Elizabeth Home Economics Erismun, Kathryn Lihrary Science Esrhlinlnn, Hvrhi-rl English Eshn-Imun. Dniirl Mass Cnniniunicntirrn Falconer, Alun Busilit-ss 5 Fulgrvn, Lloyd J Men! Pliireical Erlucatiun Fnnklinust-r. K4-itli lnrlustriftl 'Krtf K 'l'cchnology Farris, Roy Business Allminietrutfon Fnulk. Dcnni-4 Chemiatri Frnlvy- John Music Fielrl, llnrnlolvtn Businest Fit-ltlf. Gt-nt' Teaclier Education Fi-wht-r. l.zmrt-lim' Henk Pliisicul Efltlratioii 179 4 -mu .max .4-9.4-1 G., l Facult : Fis-Han Fish, Thomas Economics Fisher, Leroy Financial Affairs Flanagan, Malcolm Psychology Flnnin am, Mit-hat-l Psy chollogy Flood. Hit-fford Agriculture Floyd, james Communications Foley. ,lumen Safely Foley, William llistory Fostcrl. -tugustus Veterans Affairs Fosterp Curl Puhlirl Rclations Foster. William Education Fox, Donald Nlililary Science Franz. Melvin Business Administration Frazier, Olin Business Education Frierllamler, ,lay Mass Communication Gaines, Thomas Dcan of Science 81 Technology Gnrey, Clifford Special Education Garter, Ted Teacher Education Ge-nge, Milton Music Gifford, Robert Music Gilbert, Charles Education Gilbert, Helen Director of Student Activities Gilbert, Ophelia UHS Library Ginther, Mary Counseling Gipson, Richard Music Gladfeller, lrl Placement Godfrey, Anita Elementar Education Goetz, Roliert industrial Arts 81 Technology Gosney, Alfred College Skills Gossen, Harvey Teacher Education Gould, Malloy Communications Gower, Alice Dean of Women Graham, Justyn Lab School Gra bill, Robert English Greef, Margaret Eihraryll re ,' en Eduggtion Griffith, Wallace Mathematics Griggs, Guy History Grimes, Robert Data Processing Grimes, William Mathematics Grow, Leslie Business Administration Haase, Larry Business Halrahedian, Tom Men's Physical Education Haldlman, Carl Teacher Education Halen, Walter Music Hampton. Homer Mathematics Hampton, W.0. Education Hane, John Political Science - " EQ. f5iQ:Q 5-:...4 JOIN i K -, '1r" , ,R .-,, ,,.., V 1 5 3 3 -failizifffifiiiiifl U x uh , ,Z -:za-gg, W- f 1 fri . M "Q-.V ,vw ,f , 1-mml w , :v.,,f.3, - f f If 180 ,K , fm' V? l 1 . W, fy f 4 15 5 ayiy G Facult el l . X -' qi L -lliiffsi : Han-,lor Hannah. Lymun Manufacturing G Construrtion Hardin, Jerry Electricity Harlan, Curl Speech Patholo y Harris, lidwartll Librart' Hurt. Ralph Music Hartuni Harlev Men's P ysical Education Hatfield, Joseph Arts 81 Science Hausmann. Lynn Home Economics Hawksley, Oscar Biology Haydu, John Art Hnyes, M rtle Business Education Helmick, Dale Counseling Center Humphill, Thomas Power G' Transportation Herlong, Montague College Skills Hess, John Biology Hewitt, Som Dean, School of Arts li Science Hihdon, Howard Geograph Hi gins, llorold Saaty Higgins, Robert Psycholo y Highlnncler, James Theatre Hinermon, Charles Biology Hoar, David Assistant Dean of Men Holland, Carrie Recreation Holland, Ray Physics Holmes, Neal Chemistry Homan, Frederic Music Honeywell, Charles Instructional Resources Horine, John Power 81 Transportation Howard, Merle Financial Aids Huculak, Wasyl Library Hudson, James Teacher Education Hughes, Deon En lish Hultqulest, Jacqueline Teacher Education Hunter, Freddie Financial Affairs Hutcherson, Curtis Ba tist Chair ol' Bible lreqand, Russell Power Bt Transportation lrwin, Deigh Business Jackson, David Financial Aids Jenkins, Mel Graphics , Jent, Clay I Philosophy Jessee. William Safety Johnson. Edwin Art Johnson, Larry Mathematics Johnson, Orval Academic Advisor Jones, Herbert Safety Jones. Larry Business Education Jones, Robert English Jorgensen, Roy Dean, Teacher Education Y-f5::1I?Ss'':2:u'1.-:cs-ffsfa-e-fassagfaenawhxv - .Q-. Facult : ,Iut Juttcn, ,lm-asia' XX uma-n's Physical Education Knmernlun, Patricia University High School Kamp:-n, ,lim Plnsical Etltlcutiun Kauffman, Willard Education Keffer, Eugene Research Keller, William . Business Eiiuculinn Kelley. tillnrles Mathematics Kentlitil, Huh-rl l Mass tfommuniralinnl' Kennedy. Robert ' Mathematics Keppnrr, Edwin Biology Kescman, Charles Graphics Kelcheraide, William Psychology Khan, M. A. Business Kihhie, Eloise Library Killingheck, Stanley Chemistry Kindrick, Robert English Kirkland, Sanford Communications Koch, Franklin Music Koons, Clair Teacher Education Kraus, Vida English Kuhn, Charles Business 81 Economics Kysar, Alverado Military Science Laitner, Linda Business Administration Landers, jack Manufacturing 8 Const. Landis, Raymond Criminal Justice Administration Langlinais, Kenneth Communications Lanigan, Melva Music Laulrenalein, Darlene Assistant Dean of Women Lauda, Robert Safety Lea, Lucile Library Lee, Allen Safety Lee, Chi-Ling Economics Lewis, Edward Art Limhack, Reber:-a Education Lindsay, David Political Science Little, ,lark Housing Lockard, Betty Criminal Justice Administration Loveall, Carol Home Economics Lovell, Robert English Lovinger, Warren President of University Luebhert, Frank Mathematics Luehrman, Richard Art Lyon. Mary Women'a Physical Education Madden, Matthew Business Administration Mahaffey. George Education fhiministratiun Mahanf-A, Howard Men! Physical Education Marchbankn. Linda Communications Market, ,lane Women? Physical Education -HI' 0 I gr ,Z :,iff57,,- V' , !,g5zr,4 " I V V, 'll ,'f,,. Wfv , V f.- 'W 'f A ' n V v, f - v, .i J 4 1 1 - f Vffff c f '..4A , dgji in 4 ' V ' ' ',,.,'v , -' - A 1 , , ,iii ,Jw Af l .--qw qw. X , 182 Faculty: Mar- ic l 4 1 5 ...F Y ., ..,..,,. A ,l s M- A K 1 xX ln,e,,3 5 sgfsvy' f X Marshall, Rolu-rt Safety Martin, Alphadinc Womens Physical Education Martin, Frank Physics Maserang, Catherine Sociology Masters, Gordon Sociology Mayfield, Louise Business Education Mt-Auley, Roy Vice President Academic Affairs McBroom, George Student Affairs MfCandless, Perry History McCandless, William Music McClure, Arthur History McConnell, Louise Elementary Education McCulloch, Max Teacher Education Mc-Elwee. .ludson Foreign Lan uagc McFarland, Emmett Business McKinnis, Richard Teacher Education McLean, Gordon Public Relations Mclleynolds, Ronald English Meredith, Kenneth Art Meverden, Merville Director of Physical Plant Miller, David Foreign Language Miller, Donald Ph sics Miller, Eric Business Administration Miller, jerry Education Miller, J. 0. o xx Teacher Education Miller, Phyllis Home Economics Mills, Steven Biology Mitchell, Charles Geogra hy Mock, Ferry Business 81 Economics Mock, Robert Power 51 Transportation Monson, Richard Art Monlnltu, Barbara Mathematics Moore, Phyllis Business S Economics Morlan, Winston Academic Advisor Morton, Clark Dean of Continuing Education Morton, Clifford Safety Moss, Shela Teacher Education Muchmore. Cloyd Financial Affairs Mudd, Bill High School Science Mullies, William Foreign Language ' lllunger, Lorraine Q Home Economics Munoz, Phyllis ' Music Musiol, Manfred Foreign Language Nelson. Dalt- Higher Education Ness, Oreltn Academic Adtisor Newcomb, Mary English Newman, Ruth Home Economics Nichols, Charles University High School Faculty: Nic-Rie Nichols, lidlth 'llcachcr Education Nic-hola, Pctcr Sociologx North, Willard Research Norton, krlltur Accounting 8 Financi- Uhrenlwrg, Rulxcrl Education Olpin, Larry English 0'Mallcy. .lnnics Counselor Oshimlz. Hugs-nc Biology Oxley, Yin:-cnt lndustrial Arts K 'liecltnology Park, Raymond Music Pnrklnan, Doris Recreation Patrick. Minnic Academir Adtisor Patrick, Robert Physical Education Patterson, Frank English Patterson. Normal Safety Pcarce, Clarence Vocational Agriculture Peck, William Biology Pelton, Elois Women's Physical Education Pcrfett, Ra 'montl Business Administration Perry, Donna Library Peter, William Education Peters, l'rvin Alumni House Peterson, Margaret Art Pettigrew, Warren Academic Advisor Pierce, Glenn Theatre Pierre, Robert Business 81 Economics Pilkington, James Physical Education Pinne, Frederick Business Pittman, Riley Sociolo y Postlethwnit, James Admissions Powell, Donald Political Science Prince, John Student Affairs Pullcn, James Counseling guihell, Trudy ducation If d uimb , Mi or gppliemllsciencc lquistorff, Edwin N usic Racer, Mary Counseling Rader. Martha Business Ramsey, Allen English Ranson, Kathleen Education Rcams, Curtis llen's Physical Education Reid, George Business S Economics Reynolds, Harold Art Rice. Charles Histor ' Rice, lion Special Education Ricliurdsnn, Cecil Xgriculturc Richardson. Robert Criminal Justice Administration Rim-hold, Floyd wr:-'if , x5 Psychology f ' ..-..- .,-, ..-.- ..4.. Facult : Rie-Ste Rim-tl:-. Gregory Psyclxology I Riethrork. Fred Teacher Education Riggs, Virgil Chemistry Rnlih, Kenneth Placement Roberson, Ammon ivltlsit' Roberts, Eu eniu Financial Algairs. Busine Rose, William Agriculture Rush, Ernest Education Russell, ,lack Academic Adtisor Sadler Philip Education Sample George fl Sampson, Harold Dean of Graduate School Sandry, Merle Military Science Sappington, Hal Electricit ' Savery, Harry Biology Sc-harnberg, W illinm Vlusic Schell Rosalie Library Schmidt, Marilynn Speech Pathology Shockey, Eleanor Music Schomacker, Twila Nursing Schrag Gerald Mathematics Schultz, Arthur Safety Schwartz, Robert English Scott, Mary English Seeley, Robert Chemistry Sewell, Georgia Home Economics Sexton, Carl Registrar Short, Norm Physical Education Siebert, ,Ioltn Audio Services Simons, Connie Mathematics Sims, Evelyn r Smead, John Mass Communication Smith James Biolo y Snoh e, Joseph Physics Snyder, Haddock Science Sommerkamp Thomas Psychology Sosehee. Allen Dean ol' Admissions Sparling, William Business Spillman Wesley Social Science S linter, Roger C emistry Sprun . Douglas Centra Elementary Stafford Norman English Stanton. William Library Starke Paul English Stephens Chuck Ylen's Physical Education Stephens Ronnie Financial .Kid Sterling Dunne ' Assistant President Stewart. Byron History is 55-E'fff1't'f2'11'-T'i-:im-fr-'cw uve:-. ,-w':aee-14-55, , . Q: 1- Nw., W... t.,-.. ' Facult : Ste-Wei Stewart, Robert Music Stone, Kenneth Accounting K Finance Sluhhs, Roy History Slurkvy. Donald Speech Communications Stumpff, Keith Mathematics Sutherlantl, John Business Swank. Theron lnstrmtional Resource Swigcr, Denzil Power 81 Transportation Swilley, Thomas Graphit-ra Sylwester, Harold History Tuhor, Richard Agriculture Taylor, Esco Military Science Taylor, Rorldey English Taylor, Velma English Tees. Arthur Theatre Theiss, Thomas Criminal .lustice Adminis Thielbar, Wilhur Business Thomas, Gerald Biology Thompson, Kenneth Psychology Thompson, William Economics Tickemeyer. Garland Philosophy Tieszen, Marion Speech Pathology Tinsley, Joyce Counseling Tipton, William Power 8: Transportation Titus, Catherine English Toledo, Ann Safety Tompkins, Robert Men's Physical Education Tossell, Richard Safety True, Wesley Music Tunick, Roy Psychology Twomey, Alfred History Tynes, Ronald Continuing Education Ulrich, Robert Safely Vaeek, William Manufacturing 81 Const. Van Cleave, Harold Agriculture Van Zee, Norma Music Viscusi, Peter History Viltetoe, ,lack Teacher Education Vogel, Robert Geography Waisner, Cary Graphics Waite, Albert Agriculture Waite, James Political Science Walker, Floyd Athletic Director Wallis Donald Electricity W alt: rs, Nancv tounselor Education Wehrle Wlark W err, Lee Graphics Weiss Daud Theatre tration sit' its x . ws ' wg..,f M ,S ns., aye! i jjj: fn M v to II4 ,,1 1 V.,?5.,,,,,,,?.,,1 . -, .,,,-5. an-I :si ssl 5 4? 1 1:1 0- W-- . , , A ' ff? - 'V '75, .f I i i A, 4 f"12Y'fiQ ' I :,i".i:-" A A i' . 5 ' f u -fzgwsiz ' , Q' 7 ' ' ' W"-1.-ffZ,"".-:gi-',"1:11?f15E'5 1 i ' lt- H V wi 1, b- em, V Q, Sofivlosr ' I ' 112 j -1351 ' , if-'J'fffzf-i53Z4K-:A :fl-.5 .A.:f.-'ffjf:'1-3-Eff, ' " rae' . g '-va, , yr ' 1 , ' f ,.-,,":m- .Lp ,'--f:5gges- J f, NM., 186 Facult Wel-Zul Xchln Spnuh I unmlw .x x...1.f,z.,gx W hull-lu ful ulm rulor l mu r Nl nh-uh om luulucr l'rlun.xlxnn Wlllhunll John lluslm Wlllmnm llugll Wlusu Vhllmm lxnrlu lommunualmn Wllllunuon Rm Dean ul Ruxdcmc Wnluon Donald llllll Kenur limxnw Aclmmlwlrulmn W llson l' rm-'ul Power 8 Transportation Wilson 1 e-orga W lluon Harold l synhology W mans l nul fonlmumg ldurullon WI-1-Amon, lohn Foreign language Wy-na Don N Ice l rcbldcnl ol' l'lna Ynrnall, Rick nual Affalrx lrlmxnal Juwlnc Admnnxslralxon X Inger Hdrolrl Nlcn e l'l1hual hducallon Iorum Kurxlvn Unnerbm Hugh Youmann Rlll Home l'cnnomu.-. Young, Dax ul History Y oung Flor:-nm Women 3 Physual hdunullon Young, Harold Vice l rcsldcnl of Admmlslralnc Affairs Young, .l1ms-s Pollllcul buulu. X ung, Fld Graphics Z1-'y Rolrerl Chemistry Lullan Prank Lab School 0 0 lvl . .i A' 1 , v - m-- , '--.nl '. th' -.l, -ll 'fi ,. .I F' .. V I x . , ' , , . ' . Q - lzmnumics r..'Q ' , f. , , Q ,. , Q. .. , , . l .A . i , W . 4 U, 5 Q I " I Y' u , . . , 1. . . . ' . on Q , . Graduates Ahl Joh Ahlvru, Francis Akanlnnnu, Nlakns Alhins, Richard Aljarbou, Fahnd Anton, Larry Applelvury, Thomas Arnett, Larry Ashby. Michael Barillnro. Susan lla-sl. William Bevurd, Cynlhin Bevard. Thomas Boley, Charles Bralmn, .lan Buck, Roller! Byrum, Nancy Carter, Yvonne Cogan, Vivian Comens, Gary Coon, Dale Cornell, William Crane, ,lulieen Crockett, Curlis Daily, Slephen Deseh, ,Iohn Eiferl, Elaine Erickson, Sonja Fairbanks, Stephen Feingold. David Ferguson, James Fischer, Barbara Fox, Dianne Franken, Cherrie Fuchs, Cary Gaines, Thomas Garrison, Linda Graham. Ernest Gross, Franklin Harshaw, James Harvalin, Edward Hoveydai, Shahrokh Hull, James Huskisson, Sandra Hussain, Kazi Hulrheson, George lngliah. .lohn Johnson, Alan Johnson, Benjamin 1"'7 ,W y, 4 14 I Cf! I f gy f e ua 1 f 1 fy J ,km 1 rv' A... fd' 1' 'W' Graduates: Joh-Vlb , mam I an ku ' fm, AW 4 A X 1 A493 ff f 1 .WP ,lohmoon Ylunlana Knge, Yoshlkn Keglev lola Kennedy Dmna King Lurrx Knox, Ted Koppelmann, I A Kramme, bwenda Krause, Lavonne urucz, Thomas Kullesch, Darryl Kullesch, Pulrlcla Lnmlun, Kalhryn Legg james Maclnlosh Clayton Mareum, Donald Mazandaranlan Mahmood McCann, Shana Mehraban, Zahra Meuslnger, Harry Melheny Georgann Moler, Linda Moore, Eric Moore, Lonnie Moran, James Morley, Mary Murakalva, Hlsako 0 Toole, Patricia Overhey, Glenna Price, Raymond Rajanukul, Vlen n Ramos, Pedro Robison Pamela Ross, Kenneth Shang, Stephen Shea, Kathleen Sleberl. John Smllh, Samuel Spolls Linda Slanwm, Amv Slewarl, .lames Teaser, Ronnlll Trout, Diana Uawulxkrlrk, 'lhanuchal Urner, Leun Nance Edwin Yawler hlxzahelh Vlhhaker, Ashun Graduates: Wal-Zim Wulrl:-n. Eugene- NX arfivlll, l.zu1ra llvrln-r, ,lolln ll vrnvkv, Ah in Wilkinson. Gayle Whilv. Lintlu Wliilc-, William Wllilaill. Yivkie Yillialns, Frances ll illiunni, Nlirhavl Wolfe, Tvrry ll righl, Nlnry Yvrly, ,Iohn Yousse-fi, Hassan Zinlmersvllied, ,loyre g!1'I':v:"'l g.. 1-1i:e-191, w, QM ,r.za...fi.4511:s'r,3::::v'5:ifv:,1rI . ,,, ,,,- N.. 1 ..,. Q ft:-1,,,11:,:1,: .4-, 1 X Ra, X Q . ff, ' +151-I .Q a m., ,g , 1.4 ww----' . , ..,. , .. 321 , , g E3 AZ'-kr' , ,,-13. - - gr I x l vffggy, hm I . V' 'VIV 1 ' I :fig All "','I ,rf "'i il "4i37Q9e'.G:', ffff :'.i"':? r 'Ihr Mi ff! ,. -,,. ,. K ,741 J Q f 2 ' yy K 7, gf, V ' f ff lf lv if 1 If X , ..... ,, ., I 7 ll ,1,.1 . Semors Abu-Ars Abu Nle, Jamll, Jerusalem Israel Ahdoller Kalherlne Wellmgton Abney, Edwln, Warrensburg Aclrley, Diane, I dlanola Iowa Recreation Recreation Majors Society Campus Glrl Scouts Intramurals Ahart,Cralg Aholt, Leva, Glasgow Bnology Beta Beta Beta Kappa Delta Pl Sigma Zeta Students on Survival Amencan Chemical Soclety Dormxtory Officer Akers, Lllllan, Croclur Aklns, Franklin Waynesville Albin, Kenneth, Tnpton Marketmg Business Ad mmlstratlon American Marketing Association Albrecht, Bett Norhorne Albrecht, Davld, Norborne Albright, Yvette Alexander, Jane, Platte Cnty Alexander, ,losephlne,Warrensburg Alexander, Kathryn Allee, PEGGY, California Allen, Barbara, Warrensburg Busmess Management Karate Club Allen, Emest, Garden Clty Allen, Rodney, Mexxeo Mass Communications Theta Alpha Phu CMSU Players AMS Allln,Patrlcla,Raytown Alllnder, James, Blue Sprmgs Allison, Steven, Carrollton Amos, Paula, Platte Clty Amos, Russ, Kansas Cnty Anagnos, Mary, St Louis Fashxon Merchandising Alpha Sigma Alpha College Umon Committee AWS Fashlon Board TKE Order of Diana Anderson, Deanna, Hamllton Englnsh Speech Dramatxcs Engllsh Club Anderson, Joyce, Smnthton Elementary Educa tnon Kappa Delta P1 SMSTA Anderson, Sharon, Odessa Anderson, Terry, Clmton Soctology Alpha Phu Omega Psychology Club Anderson, Robert, Warrensburg Andrew, Robert, Independence Andrevu, Fred Grundy Center Iowa Anglln, Deborah, Waynesvnll Areman, Gloria, LeesSummlt Arens,.lanet Armstrong, Larry, Harnsonvnlle Arnold, Davld Amold, Martha, Cole Camp Busmess Education Alpha Ph: Delta Kap pa Delta Pl P1 Omega P1 Dormntory Officer Arnold Michael, Warrensburg Arslanian, Susan Q . . , ' - . ,,. ' 1 Q . . V1 L . . 5 5 3 1 5 2 G . : . , . : 5 - S . y, . . . - Z 1 Z . . . I I 5 2 I I I Q Z Z I - - : 2 3 . , ' , . . . , l I I ' - u Seniors: Art Bel Arthuhr, Bun, Clinton: Business dr Physical Education: Physical Education Club: Prexy Club: Collegiate 4,1-I Club: Student Missouri State 'I'c-achcrs Association. Ashworth, Connie, Raytunn. Askuxich, Neal. St, Iouis. Auer. Carl, Bogard. Augustine, Mary. Morrison. Advise, Wllllam, Lake Lottawana. Ayres, Douglas, Baytown. Bade, Laverne, St. Ann. Baer, Deborah, Salisbury: Elementary Education: SNEA: ACE: AWS: Missouri State Teacher's Associa- tion. Bailey, James, Richmond: Industrial Management and Organization: Phi Beta Lambda: Society for Advancement of Management: AMA. Bailey, Terry Lee, Raytown: Alpha Gamma Delta. Baker, George, Independence. Bales, Tamera, Stet: Business Educa- tion: Alpha Phi Delta: Pi Omega Pi: Phi B612 Lambda: Honors Program. Ballon, Michael, Greenfield: Political Science: SGA Senate: Della Upsilon: Political Science Society: AMS assembly. Banlster, Yvonne, Kansas City. Banks, Chrlstlann, Kansas City. Bar, Milton, Marshall. Barber, Sherry, Blythedale. Bargfrede, Patricia, Alma: Speech Pathology: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: NSSHA: Luthern Student Assembly. Bargfrede, Ruth, Kansas City. Barker, Janice, Odessa: Elementary Education: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi. Barlow, Annette, Hale. Barlow, Marie, Hale: Horticulture: Prexy Club: AWS Assembly: Dormitory Of- ficer: Horticulture Club. Barnes, Edith, Independence. Barnes, Vicki, Mexico: Sigma Kappa: Dolphins: Association for Childhood' Education: Physical Education Club: PEM Club: MSTA: MAHPER: AAHPER. Barr, Milton, Marshall. Bartels, Debra, Odessa. Barthel, Pamela, Raytown. Barton, Jeri, Kansas City. Bartow, Richard, Blue Springs. Beard, Andrew, Knob Noster: Electricity-Electronics: industrial Arts Club: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Beard, Nelson, Knob Noster. Beaudoln, Nancee, Overland. Beavers, Pamela, Independence. Bechtold, Marty, New Franklin: Social Studies: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: AWS Assembly: Dormitory officer: Tassels. Beck, Mary Jane, Jefferson. Becker, Kenneth, Concordia. Beebe, Sherlyn, Amorct. Bekebrede, Marla, St. Charles. Belew, Ben, Independence. Wx -uv ,. ff ,lf 'ffffza fs,-1 . ,,,,, 'ff Q .1 : I -.L R 7 K, i V r- fs XV, 'YH Q , '1 vi Q 11 4 c., - .f f 622 ' :Eff W 4 ef? 'J I 4? X , ogy, 43 l 2 fi .11 " f.. I . fig f ii --' ' fini wr I , ,f M9452 ff X ff f . !yf'Z N ff fvf-.,, 337. M I-1-:.g-:-.Ffh-it 2,gaQ5:fM:f: " ':-rwifffx: Seniors: Bel-Bos Belknap, Melanie, Excelsior Springsg Alpha Phi Delta: Gamma Theta Upsilong Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Kappa: Association for Childhood Education: CWENS: Geography Club: Military Bull Queen Candidate: Homecoming Queen Tup Ten. Bell, lToni, Kansas City: THE RHETOR. Bender, John, Raylown. Benskln, Douglas, Marshalltown, Iowa. Berkstresser, S., Versailles. Bermond, Lloyd, Lawson. Berseh, Lance, Oskosh, Wisconsin: Phi Beta Lambda, Accounting Club, Religious Life Council, Newman Club, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Best, Donald, Slater. Beyer, William, Afton. Bibbs, Robert, Waynesville. Biere, Debra, Salisbury. Billingsley, Larry, Sedalia. Bishop, Thomas, Wilton, Iowa: Graphic and Commercial Art Associa- tion. Bittlker, Lynda, Salisbury. Bllzenburg, Ella, Stover. Bitzenburg, James, Alma. Black, Howard, Glasgow. Black, Lloyd, Chillicothe. Black, Patricia, Warrensburg. Blackmon, Diana, Warrensburg. Blackmon, James, Warrensburg, Blank, Terry, Independence: Society For Advancement ol Management: American Marketing Association: Data Processing Management Association. Blaylock, Diane, Orange City, Iowa: SNEA: ACE. Bloemke, Daniel, Gerald. Blum, James, St. Louis. Bodenhamer, Lan'y, Wellington: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Inter- fraternity Council, Prexy Club. Bodenhamer, Palsy, Sedslia. Bogg, Devon, Jefferson City. Boggess, Hal, Eagleville. Bogho- sian, Linda, Florissant. Boles, Edward, Independence. Boley, Edgar, Blue Springs. Bolin, Frank, Independence. Bollmeyer, Lindd, Lexington. Bolton, jacquelyn, Versailles. Bonsall, janet, Waterloo, lows. Borgman, Carol. Born, Linda, Lee's Summit. Bosch, Dennis, Jefferson City: Traflic Court. Bosch, Michelle, Jefferson City. Seniors: Bos-Buc Bosnuller, Rorlney. Boulwart-, Janis, St. I.ouis. Bowen, David, lntlt-pcmlt-nrt-. Bowen, Ivilliam, Washington. Bowers, Diane, Kansas City. Bowersox, Michael, Rock Hill. Bowersox, Patricia, Rock Hill. Bowman, Pt-rrj, Le-c's Summit. Boyd, Douglas, Saline. Boyle, Evelyn. Brahon, Jim Warrcnshurg. Brady, Donald. Branan, Ronald, Warrcnsburg. Brann, Eddie, Raytown. Branson, Jody, Higginsvillc. Brant, Nancy, Warrensburg: Business Education: Phi Beta Lambda. Brallon, Eileen, Cameron: Nursing. Brennan, Conni, Williamstown. Bresnahan, Dennis, St. Louis: Distributive Education: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Distributivc Education Club: American Marketing Association: Association of Men Students. Brewster, Deborah, Peculiar: Elementary Education: Dor- mitory Officer: Political Science Society. Brines, Diane, Sedalin: Mathematics: Prexy Club: SGA Senate: AWS Assembly: Dormitory Officer: 'Fashion Board: Ski Club. Britt, Donna, Kansas City. Brizendine, Karen, Jamestown. Brooks, George, New Bloomfield: Criminal Justice Administra- tion: Alpha Phi Sigma: Lambda Alpha Epsilon: Association of Men Students. Brown, Deborah, Independence. Brown, Jerry, Warrensburg. Brown, Kathy. Brown, Roy, Platte City: Mathematics: Industrial Arts Club: IEEE. Brown, Stan- ton, Independence, Brownsberger, C. L. Bruce, Judith, Smithville: Mathematics: Alpha Phi Delta: Kap- pa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Zeta. Brumley, Michael, Iberia. By-une, Richard, Warrcnsburg: Industrial Relations: Society for Advancement of Management: Campus Veterans Club. Bruno, Larry, Itaytown: Political Science: Kappa Delta Pi: Mace 81 Torch: Prexy Club: SGA Senate: Honors Program: UMOC: AMS: Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Sigma Alpha: President's Coun- cil: Student Activities Board: Tan-Tar-A Leadership Conference: Student Academic Council: Political Science Society. Bruns, Richard, Vienna, Va.: Social Studies: M Club: Sports Letter, Cross-Country,Traclt: Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Bruton, Sue, Bellflower. Ca. Bryan, Deborah. Bryant, Ricky, l,ce's Summit. Buchhorn. Barbara, Raytown: Home Economics: Alpha Phi Dclta: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Omicron Phi: Sigma Kappa: Home Economics Club: Prexy Club: AWS Assembly: Judiciary Council: CWENS: Tassels: Whtfs Who in American Colleges und Uniicrsities. Buckler, David, Jamestown. 1 - ass: -"" g1,gQ4 :4,t.- ,-f::2:z:e-:g:.i-,1:. ' .fa"'f? '21 -'- .-112222:FE-?i1Z15'f""-' " - ' , cfm -, . ,ge 551 ' pijli agp, l '-3' ' 21:1 .gzszssasu fc. at Uv 1 .M s-A .. ,, x '15 - 1, l wtf eq-' ---f ' 7:1:f0,. '4' X ff, A W. , ,E f l 5' gr- ! f ' 57" ,S iv',iv1':V ' ,gg . , 1,-Q-.Wy .z gf. 1 Q2.fZ'fJ.'Qv: 1 V' "tr .. E 9 L .ly H" if ,,.. . ,,.,'.-2' - .t -1 qv' 'f,m:fffz-f V H: ': f +535 ' R'--::5a..'.1 ,J e ,.., ...,, S:1:2f:-2-isa: 4. - . -' was .:-fa. -L -es .ff 1.4. - 51-2+P21P222y 15 'Eff-'SME '.-Wiz, j"2f'I'1I3:'-":P .- ,.-,,-.,, ' gggg .5 , ses -5. -5: .:-::.g+:-He 2. ., ,Sn V -' .-s:1-z:':1z2:1:2f-:r - .- .- I , k -,-f ,-.m:p-1-ea.:-,., . ' 33111'l:13gig3.:,rif,-31541'r. A. 44 S 1' 5 9,4 S I 6-Sf 2 '? 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Bunch, Fred, l.owr5 City: I-'nlitirat Science: Mass Communication: Young Democrats: SHA Sr-nute: Association of Men Students: Association of Professional Jour- nalists: Political Science Society. Burgess, Teresa, King Citi: Speech Pathology: Delta Zeta: National Student Speerh and Hearing Association. Burke, Tim, Elsherry. Burlthalter, V., Sedalia. Bumey, Carin, Eldon. Burton,Linda,Warrcnsburg: Fashion Merchandising: Alpha Omicron Pi: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Cheerleader: CWENS. Burton, Mike, Warrensburg. Butler, Catherine. Butterfield, Julie, Conway Springs,Kansas. Butts, Theresa, Knob Noster. Byassee, Shirley, Scdalia. Byland, David, Warrensburg. Cable, Geneva, Independence. Cadwell, John, Mexico. Cagna, Theresa, Lexington. Caine, William. Cairer, John, Sedalia. Calhoun, Lori, Algona, Iowa. Call, Gerald. Campbell, Cynthia, Clinton. Campbell, Ruth, Russellville. Canute, Don, Branson. Carey, Christine, Dawn. Carey, Thomas, Dawn. Carle, Patricia. Carleton, Richard, Warrensburg. Carmichael, Ken, New Market, Iowa. Carr, Charles, St. Luuis: Public Relations: M Club: Public Relations Club: Prexy Club: Sports Letter, Track: Kappa Alpha Psi. Carr, Madeleine, Serlalia. Carroll, Donald, Osceola. Carter, Connie, Corder. Carter, Elton, Lee's Summit: Communications: Kappa qelta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma. Carter, Katherine, Warrensburg: Biology: Alpha Lamb- da Delta: Beta Beta Beta: Honors Program. Cartier, Sara, Floris- sant. Carter, Yvonne, Warrensburg, Cates, Anita, Garden City. Caverno, Phillip, Jefferson City. Cayton, John, Unborn. Cearley, Curtis, Mexico: Political Science: Alpha Phi Omega: Interfraternity Council: Prexy Club: SGA Senate: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Seabbard and Blade: Pershing Rifles: Association ol Men Students. mmf 4... new... ..'.. ...L , .G .t-.1 .......,-...............-...ha Seniors Cel-C00 Cellirr, Cindy, Raytown. Chakour, Frederick. Chandler, Thelma, Warrensburg. Chasteen, Tim, Raytown. Chatron, Bar- bara, Webster Groves: Recreation, Recreation Majors Society. Chatwell, Darcell, St. Louis. Cheek, Elaine. Chinnery, Ann. Clark, Bonnie, .Kansas City. Clark, Daniel, Liberty. Clark, David, Eminence. Clark, Deborah, Kansas City: Interior Design 81 Decor: Prexy Club: Student Chapter of the American Institute of Interior Designers. Clark, Kathryn. Clary, Maureen, Montrose: Nursing: Kappa Kappa Kappa. Claunch, Jimmie, Kansas City. Clausen, Julie, Stuart, Iowa. Clay, William. Clear, Cathy. Clements, Patrick, Blue Springs. Cleveland, Gregory, Warrcnsburg. Clifford, Patrick, Independence. Cline, Audie, Jamestown. Cline, Robert, Kansas City. Cllnkingbeard, Marjorie, Kansas City. Cluff, Norman, Webster Groves. Clutter, Dianna, Independence. Cochran, Carol. Cochran, William. Cockrlll, Chris, Platte City. Coffey, Richard, Wind- sor: Criminal Justice, Alpha Phi Sigma, Theta Chi, lnterfrater- nity Council: Student Supreme Court. Coffman, Daniel, Rockville: Agricultural Mechanization: Delta Tau Alpha, Agriculture Club, Baptist Student Union. Colley, Rodney, Smithville. Collins, John, Kansas City. Colvin, Melvin, Glasgow. Comstock, Betty, Kansas City: Computer Scienceg Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dolphins: CWENSQ Tassels. Conner, Cynthia, Warrensburg. Conner, Theresa, Butler. Conroy, Cathey, Florissant. Conway, William, Lisbon, Iowa. Cook, Columbus, Kansas City, V . -Q P 735 . '9 :, ' .': ,ie . . ,.,. m y ,Q 7 f f y , y ff ' f I f 1 I f ,M ' 6' fo , l f. 4 W X7 V ".'f':i: -e ,"1E:f',f 4 1 ' , .. , , 8 , 2. as Wm ,-4-s. f nqf ,t rv' Z' 4 42 5: , T ' -. a J jf, fi I 'i' " 54 M ,. A f U. .., f fgf, :f 'i"Z.i,Q9 .55 1 ' ' 1. Xe 5, fi A -I C72 I ..4k'.'..- ".. I -'W .:'f'I ' I My f ff f,f',.fwWmfm,qff 2 J.: wfwfx ,ffzewfzyf ... .f- mf-Wwfiffr 'mf' ' . 1, , 7 W, ,f 1.4. 4, , ,'9v,., A. 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'5:.::I:Q'- - "2:f:f: ff-me '-" X s., Senlors C00-Dal Cook Robert, Independence Cooksey, Vicki, lxun-as fm Cooley, Bonnie, Wan-ensburg Coombs, Deborah, si Lum, Cooper Glen, Clinton Cooper, Willa, Chillicothe Copas, David Warrensburg Cor dray, Ruth, Morrison Nursing lxappa lxnppa lxappa Corey, Cordon, Brentwood Cotton, Monte, Independence Coulter, Kathryn, Kansas City tower, I llhurn, lndependente Cowan, Stanley, Sedalm Cox, john, lndependeme Cox, ,ludy Warrensburg Cox, Kathy, Carrollton Cox, Timothy Lees Gummn Cox, Vicki, Butler Crabtree, Linda, Mexiro Craig, Rn-key Nor rne Cramer, Charles, Independence Cramer, Jane, kansas Cm Crass, Michael, Brookfield Crawford, Lisa, Lawson Crawford Michael, Clinton lndustr1alOrganlzauon Track Society for the Advancement of Management Crawford, Mitch, Clinton. Crenshaw, Jacquelyn, Ionia. Crim- son, Judy, Washington. Crosby, Donna, Kansas City. Crosby, Kathy, Kansas City. Crow, Bruce, Windsor. Crowder, Connie. Hnrrisoniille. Cullum, Paulette, Cleveland, Ohio. Cumptnn Marirus Butler. Cunningham, Michael, Smithlon: Marketing: .-kmurin-an Marketing Association. Curry, Allieze, University City. Curtis, Lisa, Kansas City. Daiiey, Jewell, Stat. Dailey, Thomas, Kansas City. Daily, Lind, Colorado Springs Colorado. Seniors: Dal-Dow Dale, Kathy, Kansas City. Daley, Terry, Kansas City: Political Science: 'tlpha Lambda Della: Alpha Phi Delta: Prexy Club: Young Democrats: SGA Senate: Sga Executive Council: AWS Asseuihly: Dormitory Olliccr: Honors Program: Political Srieuce Soc-icty: Pi Sigma Alpha: Womens Political Caucus. Danforth, Deborah. Daniels, Nancy, Kansas City. Dankert, Sherry, llruuswiclt. Danley, Gary, Kansas City: Psychology 81 Rehabilitation: Psychology Club: Newman Club: UCCF: Student Community In- volvement Committee. Davis, Harold, Windsor. Davis, Howard, Alton, lllinoia. Davis, Paula, Phoenix. Maryland. Davis, Roger, Napton, Deatherage, Karen, Wellington. DeBolt, John, Henderson, Iowa. Decker, Ruth, Higginsville. Decker, Sheryl, Pilot Grove. DeFoe, Constance, Lexington. DeFreece, Judy, Lee's Summit. DeHart, Frank, Weanbleau. Deke, Thomas, Concordia. Deppensmith, Janice, Raytown. Dewitt, Dwight, Sedalia. Dias, Carol, Peculiar. Dickinson, Belinda, Warrensburg. Dickson, Robert, Warrensburg: Law Enforcement Administra- tion: Tau Kappa Epsilon: lnterfraternity Council: SGA Senate. Dieckhoff, Patricia, Alma. Dlerking, Angela, Higginsville. Dillingham, Jack, Warrensburg. Dillon, Eddie, Holden. Dingus, Lyle. Dinse, Carol, Oak Grove. DiPreta, Leisa, Stam- ford, Connecticut: Clothing 81 Textiles: AWS Assembly: Alpha Xi Delta: Aquaneltes: Grappcllettcs: Quiz Bowl. Dixon, Leslie, Kansas City: Business Administration: Orchestra: Choir: Omega Psi Phi: Rifle Team: Association of Black Collegiatcs. Dixon, Steven, Warrensliurg. Doak, Dave, Plattsburg. Doak, Stanley, Carrier. Doelling, Elaine, Raytown. Doelling, Ned, St. Louis. Doke, Timothy, Hobart, Oklahoma: Communications: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Mace Br Torch: Prcxy Club: Religious Life Council: UCCF: SGA Executive Council: Phi Eta Sigma: One and Only Singers: Student Activities Coor- dinating Board: Convocation and Entertainment Committee: Tan-Tar-A Leadership Conference. Dorn, Nancy, California. Dougherty, Sharon, Fayette: Recreation: Recreation Majors' Society: Puhlic Relations Officer. Dowler, Elizabeth, Lee's Sum- full. Ma'-fc-rw v, 'ff:,'f'fwff'ff",- ' ' fil' , f-.ff l l fyi, E .1 , X ff ' if X 'jr We fu 540 7 5, f , f ,, 3, 'i f ,f f f Z , ff, ' f 1 'I j pl if 1 46 7 4 llyg A b , 1 ' , .sw ,, , M, ,.. ,,... . ,M ..... ,,, y,,, t-'ff ,lf QM ff f ' f 1 ff ff I9 4 W W f .Q X 5 ::i't lf C 4 r:: , 3? I lv H lf ' f Lfezifzi , . I 1, zlfllwz "4 l ' Q 7 5 ,. 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Dyas, Carla, Overland Park, Kansas. Dye, Beverly, Liberty. Dye, Susan, Hannibal. Dyer, Charles, Norborne. Eades, Williams, Fulton. Earnest, Suzanne, Nevada: Accounting: Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Phi Delta: Sigma Kap- pa, Accounting Club: Honors Program. Eaatep, Robert, Sedalia. Eastin, Anne, Clinton. Eatherton, Gary, Glencoe. Eckhardt, Janet, Warrensburg. Eckhardt, Walt, Warrensburg. Eckhoff, Kathleen, Marshall. Eckles, William, Maryville: Criminal Justice Administrationg Lambda Alpha Epsilon: Prcxy Club: Rifle and Pistol Club: School ol' Public Services Student President's Organization: Multipurpose Building Organizationg Student Academic Council, Tan-Tar-A Leadership Conference. Eddings, Edward, Blue Springs. Edmonds, James, Butler. Edwards, Patricia, Independence. Edwards, Virginia, Moberly. Eidson, Jane, Camdentoh. Eilers, Elizabeth, St. Louis: Psychology, Alpha Sigma Alpha, tlolphinsi Psychology Club: SGA Senate: Student Supreme Courli: Psi Chi: Order of Diana. Eisenreich, Robert, Camdenton. Eiserfr, Dwight, Warrensburg. Elkins, Nancy, Holden. Elliott, Brenda. Eagle-ville: Criminal Justice: Alpha Phi Sigma, Lambda Alpha Epsilon: AWS Assembly: Dormitory Officer. Elliot, John, St, Louis, Elliot, Sharon, Lawson. Ellis, Dennis, Knob Noster: Nursing: Kappa Kappa Kappa: Sigma Zeta. 199 , Seniors: Ell-F or Ellis, Randy. Centcrview. Elseman, Beverly, Eldon. Elsenrath, Dale, Portland. Encoe, Jerry, Kansas City. England, Dorothy, Scdalia. x x Epperly, Ronnie, Knob Nostcr. Epperson, Mary, Kearney. Ep- pright, John, Centerview. Erhardt, James, Jefferson City. Erickson, Dennis, Waterloo, Iowa: Accounting, Accounting CluhqSGA. Erickson, Patrick, Warrensburg. Eshelman, Jane, Clinton. Essex, Linda, Independence: Elementary Education: Women's Chorus, Bel Canto Music Club, MSTA. Ethridge, Karen, Greenwood. Evans, Anna, Chilhowee. Evans, Michael, Independence. Everett, Darrell, Calhoun. Fahle, David, St. Louis. Fain, Steve, Prairie Home. Farrington, Lawrence, St. Louis. Farrington, Rod, Independence. Farris, Gary, Boonville: Agriculture: Business Delta Tau Alpha, Agriculture Club. Farris, Kenneth, Warrensburg. Faulkenberry, Diann, Kansas City. Fechl, Michael, Kansas City. Feirlng, Kathleen. Fenwick, Alan, Jefferson City. Ferguson, Joseph, Independence. Flckel, Connie, Independence. Fiedler, Steve, lndependence. Files, Charles, Amity. Finlay, Sherwin, Jefferson City. Fischer, Marle, Sweet Springs. Fischer, Sheryl. Stover. Fish, Bonnie, Bethany. Fish, Phllllp, Bethany. Fltterllng, Clndy, Chilhowee. Fleming, Janet, Sedalia. Fontenot, Barbara, Independence. Forsythe, Charles, Kansas City, P' e5 me W ff o g' '9 .If E of f XX, 65,695 ff 1' W? 4- 4993 W 5 f X 3' if f !jW?Q! j My ff ff fy X ' MW, fs 1 5 f f 1 201 Sennors F 081611 Foster, Kenneth Independence Folh Mary Alguna iowa Fowler, Kenneth, Warrensburg Foxworthy Carolyn Kansas Cnty Frazner, Brenda French, Loyd, Napton Agrnculture Agrnculture Club Baptnst Student Unnon Data Processnng Management Assocnatnon Fre mont Debra, Flornssant Frerklnng, Douglas Concordnnn Frey Barbara, St Louns Frey, Larrv Baytown Frey, Pamela, St Louns Psychology Rchabnlntatnon Psychology Club Assocnatnon of Socnal Work Students CMSU Howlnng Team Student Communnty Involvement Commnttee Frlclte, Nnekl, Raytown Englnsh Alpha Lambda Della Alpha Omncrun Pn Kappa Delta Pn Sngma Tau Delta AWS Assembly CWENS Tassels Rhetor Queen Candndate 73 Beta Sngma Psn best dress ed candndate Frlcke, Norman, Boonvnlle Fries, Karen, Sugar Creelt Frltts, Steven, Butler Mass Communncatnons lnter fraternnty Councnl SGA Senate Alpha Epsnlon Pl CMS TV Fry, Charlene, Tnpton Fuchs, Roger, Concordna Gannes, Dennse, Rnchmond Textnle and Clothnng Panhellennc Councnl Alpha Sngma Alpha Galbraith, Nancy, Kansas Cnty Crnmnnal .lustnce Lambda Alpha Epsnlon Rnfle and Pnstol Club Galbrecht, Frank, Sedalna Gann, Dennis, Braymer Garber, Diana, Chnllncothe Garcia, Lesme, Warrensburg Garcia, Patricia Kansas Cnty Gaster, Charles, Clarnon Iowa Hnstory Band French Club Hnstory Club Geary, Wnllnam, Stover Genge, Milton Warrensburg Gentry Gary, Lee s Summnt Gerlte Larry, Pnlot Grove Socnal Work Relngnous Lnfe Councnl UCCF Newman Club Socnal Work Club Student Communnty Involvement Commnttee Gerke, Sharon, Pnlot Grove Germann,Gail, Norborne Elementary Educatnon Assocnatnnn for Chnldhood Educatnon MSTA Gholarhn Sannad Warrensburg Gnannnos Stamata Kansas Cnty lhson Larry Hannnbal Gnbson,,lames Altoona lowa Gibson, Michael Gibson, Zane, Grann Valley Gltford, Marina, Kansas Cnty Gilmore, Anita, Kansas Cnty Glsh, David, Kansas Cnty General Management, Socnety lor Advancement of Manage ment, Assocnatnon ol' Men Students 9 0 0 0 7 ' - y V , ' . - . - 1-1-1-.pin-:--1 nf-2 m as--mc:-1-:. gt '21 :1Ii,g1,,q2gs21-gg-1-W-"' ' , M I ' 2212.'I1E1E2:1:fE1i:2i.'--1. . fy,.f.w+:' ' it-Q V - A14-nfs:-:1-H , , ,.v , -, We-2-:.v:-1-:Int 1" S-2eEs..,,f1'1.-11' ,- -'ff' , M svfffaisisaizs I ' 25125213.72-.g' 1e1',.z",2fl:glQ1.,1',g ' ' 'M agi , ,.1'1g5::q'--1. 1.5"-1"g1f,:.1 , .5555 ' ' K 'M'-f 1 l 15'222:-we e'21':fFf" ' .L . . . i fnx??:ii':2"1:-1131: 25" ' I 5 z ' ,vc ,Z zjgtj 1 ' ., :rzagpg . . . , sy 1, 53, -.Q 5 f c f Q 25:3-Q gg. 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Gose, Gary, Fayette: Industrial Arts: Industrial Arts Club. Gone, George, Fayette. Goth, Michael, Warrensburg. Goth, Sharon, Montrose: Business Education: Accounting Club: Religious Life Council: Newman Club. Gower, Phillip, Warrcnsburg. Gradinger, Jay, Baytown. Graham, Charolelle, Bramley. Graham, Mary, Washington. Graim, Debra, Kansas City. Granger, Michele, Knob Noster. Grant, Deborah, Independence: English and Social Studies: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta. Gray, Melissa, Jameson. Gray, Patricia, Sedalia. Gray, Sandra, Kirkwood. Gray, Steven, Sedalia. Greeley, Gerald, Kansas City. Green, Sydney, Sedalia. Greening, Deborah, Clarence. Greeaon, Charles, Warrensburg: Horticulture: Industrial Arts Club: Agriculture Club: Prexy Club: Baptist Student Union: Horticulture Club: Student Academic Council. Greenwood, Edward, Attica, Indiana. Grelfe, Michael, Windsor: Com- munications: Prexy Club: Mulesltinner: Publications Board: Missouri College Newspaper Association: Association for Professional Journalism: Tan-Tar-A Leadership Conference: President's Liaison Committee. Griffin, Susan, Cameron: Vocational Home Economics: Sigma Kappa: Colhecon. Griffltll, Connie, Windsor: Spanish: Spanish Club: Alpha Mu Gamma. Grigshy, James, Warrensburg: Ac- counting: Accounting Club: Alpha Epsilon Pi. Grinage, Mary, Kansas City. Grllzlce, Kent, Ballwin. Grizzell, Jess, Butler. Grotha, Patricia, St. James. Guantone, Richard, Warrensburg. Guffey, Jennifer, Breenwood. Cuinther, Trudy, Ballwin. . V' rf' he f 14Ef -M03 1-A411 j ,V 15,25 ' . n.:.. Q, a f , 4. . f ,V 1.5112-,f. ., .. 9:59 .' , :use-s:3.2.,. .," . ffilri .ff ':'.: arm 'UV A N J ,.-, Wea 5 X W H., , 79 N 5 .1 , 'Q 'r" 3 v:' ' 'man-zo. 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Hagan, Patricia, Florissant. Hagedom, Patricia, Kansas City. Hahn, Danny. Hall, Randel, Higginsville: Accountingg Accoun- ting Club. Hall, Zona, Lcc's Summit: French: Delta Zeta: Modern Foreign Language Club: Spanish Club: l..'Alliance Fran- caise: Mulekiekers: Alpha Mu Gamma. Hamblin, Mary, Clinton. Hamer, Frank, Excelsior Springs. Hamilton, Curtis, llarrisomille. Hamilton, Deloris, Sihlcy Hamilton, john, Fulton. Hamilton, Rost-lyn, Dixon. llam- mond, Dania-l, Windsor. Hammontree, George, Blue Springs. Hancock, Robert, Holden. Hannah, Robert, Dixon. Hannah, Terry, Corning, Iowa. Hanne, Susan, Arnold. Hanshen-'y, John, Kirkwood: Accounting: Accounting Club. Hansen, Cindi, Algona, Iowa: Recreation: Delta Zetag SGA Senate: Dormitory Officer: Recreation Majors' Society. Hardt, Barbara, Ballwin. Hargrove, Merlynn, Kansas City. Harle, Ward, Lee's Summit. Harris, Robert, Kirkwood. Harris, Vlrland, lndepcndencc. Hart, Aurora, WAFB. Harvey, BUYUUU1 Nflwn' H"""Yv hm!!- r . I Harwood, Carmen, Odessa. Hasch, Doujlas, Camdenton. Hassler, Donna, Linn, Hatten, Martha, Butler. Havener, Ran- dy, Owensville. Seniors: Hea-Hor Heaten, Eldon, Wnrrcnsburg. Heeren, Cynthia, Sedalia. Heflin, Harry, Independence. Heggem, Stephen, Kansas City, Heidler, Joseph, Warrenshurg. lla-in. Ylurla-nn-. Nt-it Vrnnltlin, Heins, Ki-nncth, Concordia. Ili-ish-rlwrg. Lloyd. lfolt- Camp. Hcllmann. Paul. Sl. Louis: Gt-ogrupliy: Politi--ul St-it-in-c: Gamma Theta lpsilon: Pit-lt 81 lluinnim fllnh. ll:-Inu-r., Sandra, Pleasant llill. Heman, Denise, Augusta: Elementary Education: Association for Childhood Education. Hendren, Donna, North Kansas City: Accounting: Alpha Phi Della: Crescent Girls: SGA Senate: CWENS. Henny, Gary, Urich. Henrickson, Loye, Grain Valley: Mathematics: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Zeta: American Chemical Society: SNEA. Hensley, Linda, Chamois. Herrick, Jane, Sedalia. Herzog, Karen, St. Louis: Elementary Education: Alpha Lamda Delta: Alpha Omicron Pi: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Association for Childhood Education AWS Assembly: Judiciary Council: Union Cabinet: Union Com- mittee: CWENS: Chorus: Honors Program: Who's Who Among Creek Fraternities and Sororities: MSTA: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Hesse, Dale, Cole Camp. Hibba, Michael, Momence, lllinois: Electronic Technology: In- dustrial Arts, Club: Prexy Club: Institute of Electrical 81 Elec- tronic Engineers: Student Academic Council. Hill, James, Kan- sas City: Sociology: Alpha Phi Alpha: Association of Black Collegiates: AMS. Hill, Michael, Kansas City. Hilse, David, St. Louis. Hirni, Charlene, Adrian, Hitchcock, Cynthia, Versailles. Hlavaeek, June, Eldon. Hoag, Kathryn, Warrensburg. Hoag, Kim, Kirkwood: In- dustrial Safety: SGA Senate: American Society of Safety Engineers. Hoatson, Robert, Nevada. Hodo, Glenda, Kansas Ci- ty. Hoehne, Lon, St. Louis. Hofheins, Anita, Lee's Summit. Hogg, Cynthia, Centerview. Hogg, Stephen, Lee's Summit. Hografe, Sandra, Florissant. Hollinger, Sandra, Raytown. Holtun, Brent, Raytown. Hood, Gary, St. Louis: Data Process- ing: General Management: Society for Advancement of Manage- ment: Data Processing Management Association. Hopkins, Donald, lndependencc. Hopping, Mike, Warrensburg. Hord, Randal, St. Charles. 1 fWf I .,.,, V. if if fy, , , X ff, f f 'x ff f f , 1 , 1 me 0 , W ZX f f M 4, , 7 .f pt' f, ' 1, -V 72557 ,,, 5 ,vi Y"1:57 ifef 'v "4 s ... f f.. .., , , ., My Lg, -, , 3.1.-4 ,,, 1 ,,', X I 1. :,.c,. , i 4-vf'7.-:ff .14 Q 255.gif ' .- ' ' 46 rv,-71: H, ,f wwe. , f .zvy ,C , - Aff. " aff, .f, f , .+-,.-,M f f X fw., .-g 1' 'wwf i K X? V f K' ff f f il ? - .. . if 'f 204 ,-A.. 95 ff f f M5 , 15' f f f . ff , I W X 1 S W ff ffl ll! f- Q.. fix . hs an X' 'V l sg 1 i' Zi on .. 1 "' ' ' H ' ' f "f'Qf?,i"'5f775773 W7Z7'7', -' ' ' 7.2.57 "sf ii 'i'j,fi'lvf5' Wi ' " i f . 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'Z' .32 C- H 5451 i 4-9- flgfkf f ff ff if ff f Mfg, 1 If fm 6 ffy ff fd? fl I ,f 1 mf X ff f I Q-4 fe' Sennors Hos-,Iac Hosknns Robert Hoss,Lnnda lndependencc Hovnard Cayle Raytown Howey Bruce, lndependennc Howlett Davnd Oak Grove Psychology lnterfraternnty Cnuncnl Psynholngy tluln DeltaChn Hoyle, Monty, Independence Hubble, Connne, lNorth Kansas Cnty Socnal Work Alpha Phn Delta Prexy Club Relngnous Lnfe Counenl UCCF Dormntory Offncer CWFINS Alpha Kappa Delta UCMB Student Communnty lnvoltement Committee Assocnatnon of Socnal Work Students Huber, Wnllnam Jefferson Cnty Huckabey,Wnllnam,ltansas Cnty Hudson Terry Sedalna Huff Martha, Creve Coeur Huffendnck, Nancy, Calnfornna Huffman Dennse, Stover Huffman, Helen, Kansas Cnty Hughes, Marsha, Amsterdam ughes, Ralph, St Charles Huhman, Marietta, Tuscumbna Hulett, Dnana, lndependence Hull, Carolyn, Pleasant Hnll umphrey, Gayle, Creve Coeur Humphrnes, Douglas, Kansas Cnty Humphries, Rnchard Flornssant Hunt, Pamela, Lake Vnew lowa Elementary Educa tnon Panhellenne Councnl Assucnatnon for Chnldhood Educa tnon AWS Assembly CWENS Chorus Alpha XnDelta Hunt Antta, Kansas Cnty Huot, Rhonda, Jefferson Cnty Hurst Mnchael, Branson Hurt, Steven, Sedalna SocnalStudnenn and Hnstory Club Mnxed Clarnnet Clnonr MSTA Huston, Teresa, Jefferson Cnty Hutcheson, Gayle, Independence utchison, lla Blackwater Hyde, Cathey Hyde, Patrncna, lmpernal Hvder, Michele Joplnn lngram,,lack,Lnncoln lrnck, Betty Rantottn Irwnn, Davnd, Rnch Hnll luchs, .lern, Qcdalna Jackson Esto, Kansas Cnty Jackson .lolnn Platte lnty Jackson John Waynesvnlle I . 0 0 r'1.2Zy,g:" ,- , V nr f '3afZ?4iE, 'Y 29 ' - . , ,Q ' ' ' 4 ' v . - nk ' ' . . 4 ,- ., -3 , My W I '. 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Jamerson, Carla, Lone Jack: Business Education: Phi Bela Lambda: Chorus: SMSTA. Jandl, Kathleen, Rnytown. Jarmon, Jerry, Kansas City. Jeffers, Dan, Raytown. Jeffries, Rickey, Buckner. Jenkins, Charles, Versailles. Jenkins, Frank, Blue Springs: Business Management: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Industrial Arts Club. Jenkins, James, Jefferson City: Chemistry: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Zeta: American Chemical Society. Jennings, Kenneth, Holden. Jennings, Rhonda, Wellington. Jensen, Rick, Blue Springs. Jepson, Michael, Blue Springs. Jewell, Peggi, Independence. Jobe, Danny, Russellville: Social Studies: Honors Program: University Quiz Bowl. Johnson, Charles, Kansas City. Johnson, Debra. Johnson, Dianna, St. Louis. Johnson, Douglas, Clinton, Iowa. Johnson, Cliff, Braymer: Physical Education: Physical Education Club: MSTA: Mahper. Johnson, Gary, Hardin. Johnson, Jana, Independence. John- son, Karen, St. Louis. Johnson, Maxine, Blue Springs. John- son, Raymond, Webster Groves. Johnson, Susan, Warrensburg. Jones, Larry, Odessa. Jones, Peggy, Warrensburg. Jones, Phil, Warrensburg. Jones, Sheldon, Independence: Public Relations: Public Relations Club: Muleskinner. Jordison, Paula, Kansas City. Kaiser, Kevan, Carrollton. Kane, Michael, Scdalia. Kappler, Kay. Karst, Renee, St. Louis: Tex- tiles and Clothing: Kappa Omicron Phi: Colhecon: American Marketing Association. - wif? :I P fm... sf.-,Q-':,.1'V:v.-sf. E..m.5,,,,.,,,3,.,,3,,,f,--A-,, ,,A.,v,- -.Z-1. V,,:V:':-f --nc-.,. ,U .,,. .. f,-.-, ., -.214-Q-V.-.-W ,fue V V- V - .s. ,V,, , I . , .. - sg: 4,513 m y 3' 4:z::5:3:::2:5-' Y f f 4 i A P9 , 5, , jg E o Q :L iv ,,.s V:-va f 1 . ,. .,.,. . 1 ' ' ,iw 1 94.2" Mmfw ., .... ,,,,,. V - .rxfzkffi ' .':-:V296 VV ., ,.-KQV-11, 4241:-, 1: . ,c 1. , mwv .-f, W 125' K V Ea! V ff' 1 qw f ia.,-, i as - 5 1 st yfz, 'Z ' ,VI "mg, '17 ' 1 ' . if 1... .4 l ' bt. 1-,ls If .- aw, is i f l X, S7 . , Z ,. l'l .0 fa 413 if ' 1 " ' We wat, , , e, . ,. ,A ,ZA , Seniors: Kau-Kne Kaumans, Roger, Montrose, Kaup, David, Pittsburgh, Penn- sylvania, Keith, Beverly, Independence. Keithly, Marla, Center. Keller, Donald, St. Clair. Kelley, Jerry, Kansas City. Kelley, Maureen, Lee's Summit. Kelly, Margaret, Affton. Kelsey, Mark, Independence. Keltner, Michael, Camdenton. Kemper, Pamela, Sweet Springs. Kemper, Paula, Kansas City. Kempster, Mary, Kansas City. Kennedys Jane, Knob Knoster. Kennedy, Karen, Raytown. Kenney, Douglas, Holden: Chemistry: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Zeta: Mace 81 Torch: American Chemical Society: Prexy Club: SGA Senate, German Club: Honors Program: Para- Medico Club: Phi Eta Sigma: Association ol' Men Students: Arts 81 Science Division Curriculum Committee. Kerr, Emily, Chillicothe. Keys, Cynthia, Kansas City. Kilgore, Valerie, California: Elementary Special Education: Association for Childhood Education: Student-Community Involvement Com- mittee: Student Council for Exceptional Children: MSTA. Kilmer, Susan, Chilhowee. Kincannon, Joyce, WAFB. Kinder, Patti, Iberia. King, Sam, Kansas City. King, Shen'y, Raytown. Kirkpatrick, Allan, Kan- sas City. Kirkpatrick, Gerald, Raytown. Kirsehmann, Teresa, Prairie Home: Elementary Education: Association for Childhood Educa- tion. Kirts, Carl, Warrensburg. Kitchens, Mack, Kansas City. Kitt, Susan, Kansas City: English-Spanish: Alpha Gamma Della: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Sigma Tau Delta: English Club: Modern Foreign Language Club: Prexy Club: L'Allianee Francaise: Spanish Club: Honors Program. Klatt, Dale, Jamestown. Klatt, Dean, Jamestown. Klausmeier, Connie, Higginsville. Klebba, Roger, Freeburg. Klement, Russell, Grandview. ll l Kleoppel, james, Kansas City. Klinkaide, Stanley, Rirhvillc. Knapheide, Steven, Brentwood. Knapheidr. Vicki. BfHNW00d' Knebel, Connie, Belton, 2 Seniors: Kni-LaR Knight, Roberta, Hughesvillc. Knight, William, Kansas City. Knlpp, Beverly, Tipton. Knipp, Robert, Jefferson City: Pinunre: Accounting: Accounting Club: College Union Com- mittee: American Marketing Society. Kochsmeier, Shirley, llarrisonxillc: Social Work: Alpha Gamma Delta: Dolphins: Proxy Club: Young Republicans: Association of Social Work Students: Aquanets: Who's Who Among Student Leaders. Koelll, Beth, St. Louis: Elementary Education: Association for Childhood Education: Dormitory Officer: College Union Com- mittee: MSTA. Kohler, Deborah, Pleasant Hill: Music Educa- tion: AWS Assembly: Dormitory Officer: Choir: Chorus: Music Educators National Conference: American Choral Directors Association: Sigma Alpha Iota: American Guild of Organists. Koleing, Jalil, Persia. Koonse, Randall, Pilot Grove: Mass Com- munication! THE RHETOR: Rugby Club. Kopp, Carol, Buckner. Kopplln, Terry, Warrensburg. Kopriva, Sandra, St. Louis. Koalopolus, Paula, Sedalia. Kottwitz, Sharon. Kozikowski, Anlta, Warrensburg. Kraus, Michael, Boonville. Kremer, Joyce, Bonnots Mill. Kronshage, Sheryl, Napoleon. Krueger, Fonda. Kruger, Gary, Kansas City. Kruse, Deborah, Norborne: Elementary Education: Association for Childhood Education: Cresent Girls. Kumm, Sharon, Higginsville. Kus, Alane, St. Louis. Kuster, Kenneth, Linn: Ac- counting: Acoounting Club. Kyle, Handel, Cole Camp: History: English: Sigma Tau Delta: Phi Alpha Theta: Prexy Club. Labadle, Blll, Clinton. Lackey, Deanna, Raytown. Lake, Lynn, Raytown: Social Work: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Psychology Club: Prexy Club: THE RHETOR, Editor: Student Community Involvement Committee: Association of Social Work Students. Lamble, Martha, Raytown: Marketing: AWS Assembly: American Marketing Association. Landes, David, Ballwin. Landin, Allen, Warrenaburg. Lane, Ronald, Kansas City. Laney, William, St. James: Physical Education: Physical Educa- tion Club. Lang, Penny, Lee's Summit. Lange, Martha, Concor- dia. Langhammer, Beverly, Buckner. Lansford, Marlene, Lin: Criminal Justice Administration: Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Larrlck, Judith, Jefferson City. Larson, James, Altona, Illinois. LaRue, Roberta, Versailles. , , ,,,,,,, fff 4 'C f4fQfifv 02,124 WQZKM4 , ,,,. ' .. Q21 A ' -. WC' If ff ff 7,4 if y 5, Q, 7 M' 'wflfw 'mf' 5 , 1 ,w , 251 7 if . ' fri., VZ, ,V f ' 3 , 27 fc 5' if , 2 ,,.-.f y - ii-fa: LQ", 4 , X rf 7 'EW f ffwf W f' Z1 1 f 4' f nf 5 .t.,, ... n.-. , f-J ,f 7- if ...E 4 ' ':,f, QL . :5,..ga,.. . :Mr 5i?'x'QiV4' ,z-s,'1'ii- ""N Y .gfjgtgtglgi-. ,1...W.,. o bf-if 'U , X .3 3 lffflkiiliiim fx X 3 ,,.,. ., iii so A A I 5 Seniors: Lau-Low Lause, Timothy, Washington: Social Work. Lawson, Phillip, Kansas City. Lay, David, Bates City. Lehioda, Frances, Kansas City: Elementary Education: MSTA: Association for Childhood Education: Newman Club: University Union Committee: Ski Club. Lee, Albert, Hong Kong. Lee, David, Raytown. Lee, Diane, Knob lNuster: Horticulture: Horticulture Club. Lee, Karen, Jefferson City: Special Educa- tion: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Association for Childhood Education: Dormitory Officer: Tassels. Lee, Shauna, Cleveland. Leiter, Donna, Sedalia. Leonard, Peggy. Leonberger, Jay, Boonville. Lepique, Annette, St. Louis. Lesko, Gregory. Leslie, Denise, Kansas City. Leuthart, Laurence, Armsterdam: Safety: Alpha Epsilon Pi: ASSE. Levin, Richard, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Criminal Justice: Prexy Club: Veteran's Club: Ecology Club. Lewis, James, Marshall. Lewis, james, Sedalia. Lewis, Kathy, Independence. Lewis, Linda, Raytown. Lierman, Terry, Independence. Liggins, Jeanette, St. Louis. Limback, Steve, Corder. Lindeman, Curtis, Kansas City. Linder, Michael, Sweet Springs. Lindsey, Robert, Warrensburg. Linville, Brenda, Parkville: Special Education: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Pi: Association for Childhood Education: Dor- mitory Officer: CWENS: Band: MSTA. Little, Bruce, Warrenshurg. Littrell, James, Sedalia. I Lobdell, Kevin, Kansas City. Lochhead, Steven, .lefltrson City, Loges, Paul, Alma. Lohe, Elizabeth, Higginsvillc. Long- Richard, Higginsville. Lopez, Belle, Warsaw: Recreation: Alpha Sigma Tau? Panhellenic Council: University Union Committee: Recreation Majors Society: Intermurals Chairman. Love, Gary, Independence. Lowe, Craig, Warrenshurg. Lowe, Terry, Warrensburg. Lowry, David, Mexico. Seniors: Lo -Mas Loyd, Bruce, Nlcxiro. Lucas, Carolyn, Kansas City. Luehrman, Janette, lligginstillc. Luehrs, Carolyn, Lexington: Elementary Education: Collegiate I-Il-Club, Lujin, Ronald, Versailles. Lukoaiua, Patricia, Climax Springs: Anthropology: Geography: tlplm tlmit-ron Pig l'rt-xy Cluli: Newman Club: College Union tfaliint-t: College l'nion Committee. Lycan, Vinson, Glendale. Lyntle, Nancy, Knoll Noater: Business Education: Phi Beta Lamliclag Iloptisl Student Ifnion: AWS Assembly: Alpha Xi llzita. Lynn. ,lo-wph, Waterloo, Iowa: Industrial Arts and Technology. Macdonald, Gregory, St. Louis. Mace, Cynthia, Ray-town. Mack, Cynthia, St. Louis. Maddox, Cary, ,leffcraon City. Mades, Douglas, Washington. Mager, Den- nis, Warrcnsliurg: Electronica Technology: Institute of Elec- trical antl Electronic Engineers. Mager, Karen, Warrcnshurg: Vocational Home Economics: Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Omicron Phi. Magruder, Marllyn, Waynesville. Maisak, Judith, Foristell: Social Work: Association of Social Work Students: Student Com- munity Involvcment Committee. Malecki, David, Independence: Political Science: Political Science Society: Pi Sigma Alpha. Malccki, Janice, Independence: Home Economics: Child Development: SNEA: Student Community In- volvement Committee. Mallory, Cynthia, Sedalia. Maltsbarger, Donald, Sedalia. Mann, Kenneth, Independence. Manning, Gwendolyn, Kansas City. Manton, Susan, Camdenton. Maring, Stanley, Lexington. Marker, Nancy, Warrensburg: Political Science: Alpha Phi Delta: Women's Political Caucus. Markle, Nancy, Warrcnsburg. Marquardt, John, Rockville. Marsh, Larry, Higgensville. Marshall, Larry, Bowling Green. Marten, Steven, Richmond. Martens, Ruth, Richmond. Martin, Cynthia, New Milford, Connecticut: Communications: Public Relations Club: Newman Club: THE STUDENT: Association of Professional Journalism. Martin,Harry,Grandview. Martin, Janet, Independence. Martin, Julia, Kansas City: Elementary Education: Alpha Phi Della: Kappa Delta Pi: Association for Childhood Education. Martin, Sharon. Martz, Samia, Warn-nsburg. Maaoner, Linda, Raytown. l ,. .V ie 1 A . tt i f A ,ax wfyff ff f X fff 52, f Of X f ,W 115 'iid Seniors: Mas-Mec Massey, Elizabeth, Cameron. Mast, Deborah, I ersaillcs, Matchette, Deborah, Waynesville. Mathews, Beeky, 51, Louis, Commercial Art: Dormitory Officer: Gracomna. Matney, Mark, Kansas City, Kansas. Matrow, .lohn, Stanberry, Matson, Susan, Odessa. Maxwell, Kathy, Sl. Louis. Maxwell, Lisa. May, Philip, Independence. Mayden, Pamela, Norborne. Mayon, Joel, Steelton, Penn. sylvania. McBride, Carroll, Jefferson City. McBride, Mickie, Warrensburg. McCabe, Carol, Kansas City. McClain, Charles, Hazelwood: Physical Education: Physical Education Club: Alpha Epsilon Pi. McCloud, Kenneth, Warrensburg. McClure, Linnette, Warrensburg. MeCool, Michael, Kansas City. McCormick, Patricia, Independence: Commercial Arts: AWS Assembly: Alpha Xi Delta. McCoy, Kathy. MeCrosky, Bonnie, Independence. McCubbin, Beth, Eldon. McCullough, Joyce, Boonville: Communication Education: Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta: CMSU Players: Tassels. McDonald, Alva, Warrensburg. Mclillhaney, Barbara, Kansas City: Social Studies: Sigma Kap- pa: History Club. McElvaln, Becky, Jefferson City. MeElwee, Ann Marie, Warrensburg. McGeehan, Michael, Jefferson City. McGinnis, Pat, Knob Noster. McGuire, Mark, Independence: Mass Communications: Public Relations Club: Prexy Club: MULESKINNER: Student Chapter ol American Guild of Org:-lnists: Association lor Professional Journalism. McKeag, Alan, Deep River, Iowa: Social Studies: Lambda Chi Alpha. McKeehun, Dennis, Independence. McKinney, Gayle, Kansas City. McLaughlin, Pal. Y x McNair, Ralph, Conway. MrNarie, Janet, Hamilton. Mrllay, Deborah, Raytown. Mears, Claudette. AYUOYCL Mlwlllill. Patricia, Mexico. Seniors: Med- oo Ylt-rllt-3. Richard. Berkley. Melahn, Philip, Independence. Helton. Rick:-y, California. Mouse, David, Warrensburg. Hi-relics-1, Nlary, Kay town. Merriman, Jan, Manvhester. Merryfield, John, Windsor. Merit-inuln-yer, john. Norbornc. Meyer, Christine, St. Louis. Mcyt-r, William, Gilliam. l ji I Meyers. Timothy, Independence. Miles, Ronda, Jefferson City. Miller, Carolyn, Kansas City. Miller, Deborah, Kansas City. Miller, Donna, Appleton City. Miller, Cary. Indcpenrlenoe. Miller, Janet, Jefferson City. Miller, Mark, Failey. Miller, Marvin, Kansas City. Miller, Mary, Warrensburg. Miller, Penny, Kansas City. Miller, Russell. Millsap, Rebecca, Lee's Summit. Ming, Rita, Clinton: Industrial Relations 81 Ol'- fice Administration, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Omicron Pig Alpha Phi Delta, Phi Bela Lambda: Panhellenic Council: University Union Committee, Society for Advancement ol' Management, Honors Programg Tasselsg Who's Who in American Colleges 81 Universities. Minton, Evonne, Independence. Minton, Mary, Independence. Mistele, Wilfred, Warrensburg. Mitchell, Christopher, Kansas City. Mitchell, Steve, Independence. Mitten, Lanna, Hamilton. Mobley, Carol, Kansas City. Molxley, Linda, Kansas City. Mof- fatt, Kathy, Kansas City. Monahan, Barbara, Independence. Montgomery, Deborah, Setlalia: Math: Alpha Phi Dcltag Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Zeta. Moore, Judy, Independence. Moore, Laveda, Kansas City: Psychology: Psychology Club: Alpha Kappa Alpha: Association of Black Students: Psi Chi. Moore, Nancy, Lawson: Physical Education: PEM Club: Baptist Student I1nion.Moore, Richard, Raytown: Political Science, Rugby Clulrg Pi Sigma Alphag Association ol Men Students: Political Science Society. Moore, Stephen. St. Joseph. ,MW 'f'f:ff"" ' "" '9'5Zi'f" ' 1 if ' ,fzffg 5, g, ' MEI, I' L . , X fffw , I :W C4 Gy 41 f , ,M f p f i , 44' 'fl Q X if ff ' Marcy. ,gi 1 1 f 0 f y 1 1 ff f X 9' I f f I lffff 4'9" : ,f ff ,, K Of I I: 1 I' I. Ji ,f pf, o f , , :fl ' ,,,, '3 if ' ff ' -f fffff ' if I f, K? 7, ff, Z WW ,7 Q V ,gf f wlw fyffmff j,.:,ff cm w Seniors: Mor- ic Morarity, Diane, Cole Camp. Morgan, Timothy. Sl. Charles. Morlan, Michael, Indianola, Iowa. Morrow. Patrick, Independence. Morse, Georgina, Grandview. Morslain, Mary, Independence: Special Educationflilementaryq UCCF. Mott, Shelia, Rockville. Moul, David, Freeman. Mount- joy, Thomas, Camdenton: Criminal Justice Administration: Alpha Phi Sigma: SGA Senate: Student Supreme Court: Honors Program: Phi Eta Sigma. Mueller, Kathleen. Muessig, Mark, Jefferson City. Mulford, Robert, I.ce'a Summit. Mummert, Phillip, Fulton. Mumper, Barbara, Kansas City. Munsterman, Bill, Appleton City. Murdock, Deborah, Cuba. Murphy, Joyce, Kansas City. Murphy, Robert, Chilhowee. Murphy, Sandra, St, Charles. Murrell, Regina, Kansas City. Musson, Camille, Berkeley. Myers, janire, Independence. Myers, jerry, Independence. Mynatl, John, Baytown. Mynalt, Pamela, Raytown. Nail, .lohn Kansas City. Nash, Steven, Kansas City. Naumann. Mary, St. Louis. Neale, Richard, Kansas City. Neiswanger, Kathy, Kansas City: Social Studies: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Prexy Club: Young Democrats: Religious Life Council: UCCF: CWENS. Neitzert, Bonnie, Sedalia. Nentwig, Rebecca, ,lellernon City: Av- counting: Alpha Omicron Pi: Alpha Phi Dc-lta:, Accounting Club: Honors Program: UMOC Queen. Newman, Alice, Kansas City. Newsom, Betty, Mexico. Newton, Rohert, Klinsan City. Nichelson, Stuart, Trumbull, Connecticut. Nichols, Bruce, Warrensburg. Nichols, Dehorah, Windsor: Textiles K Clothing: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Omit-ron Phi: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Dolphins: AWS Assembly: CVA ENS: Mulekicker. Nickell, Debbie, Kansas City: Speech Pathology: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Sigma Alpha Eta: Prcxy Club: Cheerleader: National Student Speech 81 Hearing Association: l"asluiun Board Chairman ol' AWS: Best Dressed Girl l972. Nicodemun, Carol, Independence: Special Education - Elementary: Alpha Lnmlnlu Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: l1CCl":'I'assc-let: Student Community Involvement Committee. Seniors: Nie-Pat Nia-mann, l'uuI, Sl. I.ouis. Nienaher, Pamela, .Iefferson City. Nieillrucrwr, Lois, tfordor. Nirsclil, Alice, Kansas City, Nolting, Donna. But-kncr. Noonan, Karen. .lcfferson City. Norfleet, Patricia, Clinton. Norris, Ann, Raylown. Norris, Roland, Independence. Norris, Vernon. Ilale. Norvell, Margo, Independence. Nugen, Cherie, Kansas City. Ohriant, Marvin, Hannibal. Oder, James, Cainsville. Odor, Clark, Columbia: Drafting Technologyg Alpha Phi Omega, lnterlraternity Council: Industrial Arts Clubg Prexy Club, Young Democrats: SGA Senateg SGA Executive Council: Geography Club: UMUC: Homecoming Committee. Officer, Mic-hnel, Slater. Ogan, Eugene, Independence. O'Kel- ly, Keith, St. Louis. 0'Neal, Bonnie, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Opal, Leslie, Warrensburg. Orlando, Ben, Florissant. Ostlund, Mindy, Webster, Iowa. Oswald, Patricia, Knob Noster. Overkamp, Joyce, Hermann. Overman, John, Excelsior Springs: Distribulive Education: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Prexy Club, Distributive Education Clubs of America: Who's Who in Greek Fraternities and Sororities of America, Home Economics Advisory Council. Owens, Paul, Kansas City. Ozholt, Ronald, Raytown. Page, Bel- ay, Independence. Page, Gary, Shawnee Mission, Kansas. Palmer, John, Kansas City. Paris, Scott, Bensenville. Illinois. Parker, Barbara, Camden- lon. Parker, John, Camdenton. Parker, Phillip, Pleasant Hill. Parker, Robert, Independence, Parker, Sally, Richmond Heights. Parks, Kathryn, Gallatin. Parr. ,l0hn, Blue Springs. Parsons, Diane, Warrensburg. Patik, Jean, Independence. 4 if ix' .4 ,M Q fit:-zzz ' M 5 I . -'JA 'i , .,. 1 " f il 2 K1"':2E5,,:s-elsif , I 5. H :?ff,fX,ff1'ff,,-Z ,, f-9 W" ., ,:51E?vE5a23'Eif:4 , g ' M 2. , Af " L' fo. f. I ,3,,,,,y ,X 1 4 as W, 'fh Z is 1, " 1 f ,, Z, ,.,,. 4 . f 1 A f P iw if f 2 , , za 711 2 ff! X 6 f V954 ,a 'fx if f Am ffff Vy fylzff 215 Seniors: Pat-Pow Patton, Dennis, Sedalia. Patton. John, Warren'-hurg. Paunn Milton, St. Louis. Paul, Gary, Riverside. Payne, ,Iam-t Carrollton. PHYHB, R035 Raytown. Payton, Stephanie, Kansas City. Peak Thomas, Mexico. Pearce, Jerry, Kansas City. Pedigo, Donald Wellington. Pemberton, Brenda, Columbia. Pemberton, Steve, Holden. Penuce, Stephen, Kansas City. Perkins, Janice, Kansas City. Perrin, Lloyd, Warrensbu rg. Perry, Keith, Tina: Mass Communications. Petrich, Robert, Fort Wood. Petry, Carla, Jelferson City. Petsch, Kathleen, Lex- ington. Pettyjohn, Donald, Lake Lotawana. Phillips, Denise, Grand Forks, North Dakota. Phillips, Robert, Seclalia. Phipps, Stephen, Lawson: Marketing: American Marketing Association. Pierson, Loretta, Warrensburg. Piper, Sihyl, St. Louis. Pitman, Vance, I-Iamilton. Pitts, Earl, Urbana. Pills, Ronald, Grandview. Platlner, David, Warrensburg. Plummer, Clifford, Warrensburg. Pohl, Lisa, Jefferson City. Poisal, James, Garden City. Pollard, James, Odessa. Polnack, Hilda, Independence: Physical Educa- tion: Alpha Gamma Delta: Alpha Lambda Della: Alpha Phi Delta: Delta Psi Kappa: Kappa Delta Pi: PEMCIubg PreKyClul1L SGA Senate, CWENS: Mulckii-1.4.-rs. llnrvlo U:--l I ' ' ' New York. ' Porter, John, Independence. Potter. Jaunes. New lung. Pom-ll. Donna, Kansas City. Powell, Marilyn, Raylown. Power, Danny., Tremont, Illinois. Q v Seniors: Pow-Ric Poker, Y if-tor, Mexico. Powers, Kathy, Springfield: Elementary lidm-ution: -Klpha Lamhdn Delta: Alpha Phi Della: Association 'for Childhood lidus-ation: 'l'assels: Student Community Involve- ment Committee. Prakash, Amar, Kansas City: Aviation 'l'ecltn0lni:y1'liau Kappa Epsilon. Prather, Patricia, Kansas City. Prulu, Ronald, V arrenslulrg. Price-, Raymond, Clinton, Price, Stephanie, Warrensburg: Sm-iul Studies: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Dolphins: Young Republicans: AWS Assembly: Judiciary Council: History Club: ,Kqnaiwllcsg Order of Diana. Prill, Richard, Warrenslaurg. Pritchard. Jaeiguv. Liberty. Pryor, Thomas, Grandview. Pun-Imac, Currie, Green Ridge. Quammen, Jane, Jefferson Ci- ty. Rahius, Donna. Higginsville. Raeunas, Thomas, Sedalia. Ragan, Denise, Kansas City: Public Relations: Public Relations Club: Delta Sigma Theta. Rages, David, Scdaliu. Ragland, Reginald, Wentzville. Rainey, Lee, Mexico. Ralston, Linda, Warrensburg: Recreation: Gamma 'l'hela Upsilon: AWS Assembly: Chorus: CEMOST: Recreation Major's Soriely: Pistol and Rifle Club: Student Activity Board: Homecoming Committee: National Recreation and Parks Congress: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Ramey, Richard, Kansas City. Ramos, Manuel, Waynesville. Ramsey, Gerald, Independence. Rasse, Marilyn, Marshall. Ray, Deborah, Independence. Reach, Cynthia, Warrensburg. Reach, Nieholua, Osceola. Reama, Ruth, Centralia. Reardon, Karen, Easton. Redel, Dianne, Jefferson City. Reed, Connie, Sedalia, Re-rd. Johnny, lndepcutlenre, Reid, Quinila, St. Louis. Reneau, Hairy, Sedalin: Special liduc-ation: Alpha Omieron Pi: SNEA: Association for Childhood Education: Student Council for Ex- rvptinnal Children. Reynolds, James, Odessa. Rhoads, janet, Blue Springs. Rirr, Ylarvin. Mexico. Rice, Michael, Shelbina. Rich, Doug, Butler. Richardnon, PA., Troy. Richey, Frank, Warrensburg. 1 iz " .W 2 24? YJ zc ,Mg J, ,- ,fog 72 f ,,, f la.. . A 1 , K , . 7 A . ff, sw? ,ma-2 ,J , , .., 4 IQ .4 , 6 1 f ', ff 1 f , Z .ff 'W Q 4 6 25 .1 1. 5, -, .- 1. ' ,A 2 t ,, Q.: .sg Y 'X .-'::: X 4 A,,A ,.---', o , :ZA ny, , f-AL, ,Q . . ffl Q... H ,Q ,fk. I . 41 .. Q : - ::1:'l..g9ziL22 " " -4 ,2 ' . . 4 ' . A f .K if - ,,,.:, - X ' if-2 W, .'-1"?'Q fi' U is ' O - 217 Seniors: Rid-Rug Riddle, Cheryl, Warrenshurg. Ritlenhour, Burhuru, Warrensburg. Rideout, Stephen, Raylown. Riilar' Nunn., Camdenton. Rieslerer, Janet, Concordia. Y Riggs, Charles, Raytown. Riley, Nancy, Hannibal. Ring, Gregory, Liberty. Risley, Denise, Kansas City. Rittenhouse, Dennis, Kansas City. Robbins, jim, Kansas City: Chemistry: Kappa Mu Epsilon: American Chemical Society. Roberts, Charles, Kansas City. Roberts, Karen, Bolivar. Roberts, Linda, Palms. California: Home Economics Education: Kappa Omicron Phi: Colhecon: College Union Committee. Robinson, jim, Sedalia. Robinson, Phyllis, Odessa. Robinson, Wann, Carothersville. Rode, James, Kansas City. Rodgers, Lynn, Holden. Rogers, An- nie, Lee's Summit. Rogers, Devona, Levasy. Rogers, Susan, Independence. Rooney, Jeanne, Cameron: Accounting: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Della: Delta Zeta: Prexy Club: Accounting Club: CWENS: Tassels: Sigma Phi Epsilon Sisters ol the Golden Heart: Aquanettes. Roos, Gerald, Independence. Rose, Russell, Independence: Marketing. Roseman, Eldon, Mound City. Roseman, Linda, lndepcndence. Rosewell, Carol, Lexington: Elementary Education: Associa- tion for Childhood Education: Missouri State Teacher's Associa- tion. Rosine, Judy, Knob Noster. Ross, Frederifk, Windsor. Ross, James. Rost, Cynthia, Morrison. Roth, Janet, Helton. Roush, Nancy, Belton. Ruchman. .l0- Hl1H'iH0n"ill21 Refreh' tion: Alpha Phi Delta, CWENS: Recreation Majors' Society. Rudroff, Karen, Linn. Rudrolf, Mary, .lellcrsun City. Rulwns- tein, Mark, St. Louis. Rueter: Gloria, Sl. Louis. Ruggles, Daniel, Warrensburg. eniors: Rus-Se Russell, Sandra. Rutter, Ronald, Freehold. New Jersey. ltyherg. Connie. Independence. Ryhcrg, Rick, Raytown. Sadler, lic:-ky, Warrenshurg: Business Education: Phi Beta l.ambtlu: Proxy Club. Saling, Ylnry. lxansas City. Sallce, David, Chillicothe. Sampson, Luliau, W arrcnsburg: Mathematics: Alpha Lambda Delta: tlpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Pi Kappa llelui: Sigma Zeta: Prexy Club: CWENS: Band: Honors Program. Sandy. Kenneth, Warrensburg. Saunders, Barllara. Schallcr, David, St. Louis: Social Studies: Gamma Theta Up- silon: Geography Club. Schanzmeyer, Ruth., Jefferson City: Business Administration - Marketing: Alpha Omicron Pi: New- man Cluh: AWS Assembly: University Union Committee: American Marketing Association. Scheperle, Darrel, Jefferson City. Schepcrlc, Susan, Jefferson City. Schildroth, Lynn, St. Louis. Schlcr, Charles, Boonville. Schlichting, Connie, Wittenberg, Schlueter, Janis, Jefferson City: Elementary Education: Association for Childhood Education: Prexy Club: Alpha Xi Delta: Alpha Epsilon Pi Little Sister: MSTA. Schmid, Dale., Fulton. Schmidli, james, Brownington. Schmidt, Beverly, Alma: Elementary Education: Association for Childhood Education: Dormitory Officer: SMSTA. Schmidt, Dan, Warrensburg. Schmidt, Karen, Linn: Business Education: Pi Omega Pi: Phi Bela Lambda: Honors Program. Schnakenherg, Kathy, Concordia. Schneeherger, Michele, St. Johns. Schowengerdt, S. C., Chamois. Schreimann, Duane, Jefferson City: Math: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Zeta: Mace 81 Torch: Phi Eta Sigma. Schroeder, Becky, Knob Noster. Schuher, Michael, Hughcsville. Schulte, Steven, Washington. Schumacher, Kenneth, Sedalia. Schupback, Cheryl, Hannibal. Schulte, Phyllis, Raytown. Scott, David. Scott, Marsha, St. Louis. Seaton, Kathlccn, independence. Sehert, Candace, Grandview. Seefurth, Cathy, Raytown. Seek., Robert, Tipton: Marketing: Honors Program: American Marketing Association: AMS University Quiz Howl Team. Segelhorst, james, Gerald. Seniors: Sei-Smi Seider, Philip, Rockville: Agriculture - Business. flgrivullurt- Clubg Chorus. Semseh, Jerry, Freeman. Sr-rrone. Nlary. Kansa- City: Math: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Alpha Phi Deltaz Sigma Zeta: Young Democrats. Setser, David. Sets:-r, Michael. Bt-ltnn. Settle Roper Albam St-'utr Dunn-l l..nNlnnta. Sen Vu-ku Pleasant Hill Sharp Carv Boonville Shntto Bill Shaw Claudia St Louis Shaw Call Warrenslxurg Shaw Steven Sheldon Candice Osceola Shephard Carolyn Snex herman, Filet-n Warrenehurg Shen-noe-k Fdwnrd Harrisburg Pennsylvania Shine Timothy St Ann Short A ta, Independence Shour Craig, Kansas City Shreve Donna Windsor Shroder Randy,Ulr1eh bhropshlre Ron, Independence Shumate Harrv Hlglxee Siegel, Terry Independence Slewers Corrie Kansas City Sn-ters Lorl Kansas Citi Sim mons Vernon Raytown Simonltsrh .ludv Independence Ac counting Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Phi Delta Mcountlng Club Bel Canto Simons Dorothv Scdaha ims, Lowell, Independence Singleton Qonnu- lee-1 Nummn Skaggs Sandra Kansas Cm Sknrun June Nlohvrli 'lhcutrt' S! English Delta Zeta C'llSU Players English llub Sl K Senate AWS Assembly Ski Club Aquanettrs Union lalnnct Committee CMSU Bowling Team Slagle Bohhll I randuus Slusher Larrv Odessa Smnrr Rex Wurrcnsburg Smart Elnora Lees Summit Business I'du1atlon P xrhologs tlub Geography Club Rifle and Pistol Club Dance Club Nmllh Anderson Kansas City Smith Deborah Kansas Cult Physiral Education Alpha Ph: Delta Delta Psi lxappa Kappa Della Pl PEM Club CWENS Muleluckcrs - 9 ' - ", , . '.. '.', -., - 4 .Q ' -- u - . - - - . . . , ' I w -' 1 1 1 'vs . S . , . . ' , . , . . . , , . . , I . , '. , , . . - - ' 1 ,Q - '- ' , , . .' - . I. - . I , - - .. 2 - : 2 :- ' : - , .Q - 5' . , , , . ., . , , ' 1 -e .- ' 3 5 . I' :Q . . :..: 1 .- - 'I ' ' ' 3' ' .. , X: ' . , ,, . , , . .. . ' " ' 2 -' - ft' I : , . . , , , 4 4. : , . . Q H ' 1 l. q H K .: ' Q 1 z : 1 : Seniors: mi-Ste Smith. Diana. lm-ffvr-aon City: Vocational Hume Economics: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Umit-ron Phi: Colhevon. Smith, Dianne, Kansai City. Smith, lilizahelh. Smith, Glenna, l"ayette.Smitl1, Jane, Udessn: Speech Pathology. Smith, Janice, ,lamt-sport. Smith, Keith. Butler. Smith, Linda, Ext-elsiur Springs: l-Ilcnicntary Education: SMSTA: Association for Childhood Education: Student Community Involvement Corwniittee. Smith. Ray, Gladstone: Political Science: Inter- fralernity Count-il: Prexy Club: Young Democrats: SGA Senate: College l'nion Committee: American Marketing Association: AHS: Delta lipsilon: Student Community Involvement Com- mittee: Homecoming Committee. Smith, Richard, St. Peters: Geography: Gamma Theta Upsilon: Prexy Club: Geography y , Cluh: Chess Club: Reach-Out: Presidc-nt's Council. X Smith, Robert, Albany. Smith, Roger, Odessa. Smith, Terry, Marshall. Smith, Wayne, Holden. Snead, Joy, Buckner. Snodgrass, Patricia, Polo: Home Economies. Snow, Deborah, Knoli Noster. Sommerhatlser, Joe, Kansas City. Sorrentino, Salvatore, Warrenshurg: Industrial Management: Phi Eta Sigma. South. Lawrence, Warrcnsburg. Spalding, Edward, Stover: Criminal .lustice Administration: Alpha Phi Sigma. Spalding, Jeannette, Kansas City. Speaae, Gary, lndependence. Speers, Allyson, Kansas City: Speech Pathology 81 Audiology: Association for Childhood Education: National Student Speech and Hearing Association, Spencer, Julie, Kansas City: French Education: Delta Zeta: AWS Assembly: College Union Cabinet: College Union Committee: CWENS: Chorus: L'Allianee Francaise: Spanish Club: Honors Program: Delta Upailon Little Sisters. Spencer, Yoahimitau, Spring Lake, North Carolina: Sociology: 't-Q' Association ol' Black Collegiates: Gamma Delta lota. Spratt, f""'N" Barry, Warrensburg: Sociology. Sprinkle, Richard, Alfton. Spurlock, Richard, Sedalia. Squires, jan, Dewitt. Stafford, Gary, Versailles. Stahl, Alan, Bettendorl: lowa. 1 Staley, Peggy, Butler. Stanfield. Marion. Holden. Starke, Tom, l Chamois: Agriculturt' Business: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Agriculture Club. j l Slehhins. Diann, Prairie Village, Kansas. Steele, David, Sedalia. Ste:-nln-rgern, Cayla. Russellville. Steffan, Nancy, Nevada: Si Elenit-ntary Educ-ation: Kappa Delta Pi: Association for ag, Childhood Education: Student Mia-iouri State Teachers Aasoria- V lion. Steffen-1, Sandra. 1 E l 220 Seniors: Ste-Tho Stein, jamen, Kansas City. Stem-hy . Nlonicu, NN urrvn-lnirg. Stephens, Lynda, Blue Springs. Sta-wm-r, lieu-rly. St. Louisa Office Administration: English Clnh: Proxy tllub: 'l'llr RIIETOR: Grappellettes. Steven:-r, Marc, tlruatwoovl. Stevens, Sandra, Warrensburg. Stewart. Paula, Kansas City Stidham, Alan. Warrenshurg. Stock, Patricia. Prairie Home Stoecklein, Thomas, Tipton. Stoll, Douglas, Independence, Slonner, Hadley, Tipton: Graphic Arts Technology: Prexy Club: Tan-Tar-A Leadership Conference: Graphic Arts and Commercial Arts Association. Stout, Nancy, Jamcsporl: Social Work: Association of Social Work Students: Alpha Kappa Delta. Stratton, Jack, Warrcnsburg. Suhr, Owen, Windsor. Sullivan, Morey, Lone ,lat-lt: Agriculture Education: Delta Tau Alpha: Agriculture Club: Band: Orchestra: Marching Mules. Sullivan, Peggy, St. Louis. Summers, Michael. Marshall. Summers, Rose Mary, Sweet Springs: Elementary Education: Kappa Delta Pi: Association for Childhood Education: SMSTA. Sumptcr, Paula, Liberty. Sunderwirth, Paula, Clinton. Sutton, Thomas, Kansas City. Swearngin, Lesta, Windsor, Sw:-lnam, Richard, North Kansaa City. Swezy, Vernie, Grain Valley. Tackett, Michael, Salisbury. Taggart. Michael, Jefferson City. Talley, Cole. Tanhauser, Steven. Chicopee. Nlassarliusetls. Tash, William, St. Louis. Tatum, Douglas, St. Joseph. Taylor, Kenneth, lndt-peiulvm-0. Taylor, Lamandres, St. Louis. Taylor. Lois, Fulton. 'l'vaaon. Jennifer, Hermann. Thacker, Darrell, llarrisomillc. Thomas. Larry. l'iIut Grote. Thomas. Robert, Warrensburg. Thompson, llri-nilu. Creighton. Thompson, Cynthia. Mexico. Seniors: Tho-Veu . Thompson, Neal, Des Peres. Thompson, Terry, Lexington. 1 Thumurt-, Roltvrl, Sl. Charles. Thornton, Danny, Butler. , .W f Thousand, William. Warrcnshurg. 13223 , "9 --., 1. , Thurman. Roy, Clinton. Tippelt, John, Fayette. Tipton, Truxin, Wurrensburg. Tobin, Michael, Chicago. Illinois. Tolxurcn. janet, Raytown: Elementary Education: Alpha Omicron Pig Punhellenic Council: Colhecon: University Union Committee: University Union Program Council. Todd, Clorin, Kansas City. Todd, Connie, Odessa. Todd, Leonard, Independence. Tostenrud, Robert, Emmetsburg, Iowa. Townsend, Marcin, Kansas City. Trahue, Cathy, Kansas City. Tracy, Colette, Jefferson City: Elementary Education: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Association for Childhood Education: MSTA. Trader, William, Kansas City. Troll, john, Warrcnshurg. Tuccillo, Michelle, Kansas City: Communications-Mass Media: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Modern Foreign Language Club: CWENS: L'Alliance Francaise: Alpha Mu Gamma: CMS-TV. Turk, Denise, Independence: Social Studies-English: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA: English Club: Prexy Club: Religious Life Council: UCCF: CWENS: UMOC: Student Community Involvement Committee: United Campus Ministries Board. Turley, Kaye, Arrow Rock: Interior Design 81 Decoration: Interior Design Club. Turley, Robin, Brimson. Tushner, Ruth, Winona. Tyler, Carol, Warrensburg. Usher, Alan, Centerview. Utz, Michael, Raytown: Biology: Beta Beta Beta: Theta Chi: Sigma Zeta. Vahrenherg, Rosanne, Chillicothe. Van Warmer, Dan, Independence. Vance, Kenny, Albany. Vandiver, ,l.S., Orrick. Vanek, Diane, St. Louis. Vardiman, Marietta, Marshall. Varney, Donald, Knob Noster. Veatch, Frederick, Warrcnshurg. Velder, Deborah, Independence. Vencgoni, Maria, St. Louis. Verlinden, john, Tipton: Political Science: Prexy Club: New- man Club: UCCF: SCA Senate: Pi Sigma Alpha: Association of Men Students: Student Activities Committee: University Heritage Committee. Vernon, Richard, Eldon. Veulemans, Wlilliam, Tipton. :M . .ktgm .,,. '.aK""1' ,. . l. "-X' ' 5 - -f ,Reis .sb .M . 3, m ,X i 2 X s C 2 .A X3 if is fffl fi - x Seniors: Vog-Web vogelv C8l'0li High Ridge. Vogel, Marilyn, Linn. Vogelsmeicr, Don, KBHSBB City. Vossler. Myrl, Glasgow. Yossman, Patsy, Kansas City. Wade, Sue, Garden City: Biology: Band: Orchestra: Chorus: Marching Band: Biology Club. Wade, Carol. Wade, Carolyn, Raytown. Wagaman, Sheryl, Blue Springs, Wagener, George, Independence. ' Wagner, Michael, Warrensburg. Wagner, Michele, Independence. Wainseott, Gary, Centralia. Walden, Delores, Urich. Walden, Gary, El Dorado Springs: Industrial Technology: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Industrial Arts Club. Walker, Jane, Creighton: Commercial Art Education: Alpha Xi Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: University Union Com- mittee: Band. Walker, Kathie, Kansas City. Walker, Robert, Warrensburg, Wallace, Gail, Glendale. Walsh, Joyce. Walters, Mark, Warrensburg: Music: Band: Orchestra: Music Educators National Conference: Student Missouri State Teachers Association. Walton, Edgar, Lee's Summit. Walz, Terry, Green Ridge. Ward, Brenda. Ward, Kathleen, Raytown. Warden, Jerry, Centralia. Warden, Maryann, Bozeman, Mon- tana: Special Education: The Navigators. Warner, Terry, Independence. Warren, Stephen, Shenandoah. Iowa. Warren, Stephen, Versailles. Washburn, Barbara, Ft. Leonard Wood. Waters. Pamela, Sedalia: Sociology: Alpha Lambda Delta: Baptist Student Union: AWS Assembly: .ludiciary Council: CWENS, Chorus: Alpha Kappa Delta. Watkins, Gary, Pilot Grove. Watson, Carl: Columbia: Industrial Arts 81 Technology: Industrial Arts Club. Watson, Linda, Sedalia. ' Watts, james, Versailles. Weber, Barbara, Russellt illc. Weber, james, Russellville: Social Studies: Phi Alpha Theta: Pick 81 Hammer Club: Honors Program: University Quiz Bowl. Weber, Mark, St. Louis: Public Relations: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Inter- fraternity Council. Weber, Mark, Richmond. ,emu atwnc-f. .,,, f-.1 Seniors: Weh-Wil Wi-linu-yi-r, janet. Chamois: Elementary Education: SNEA: Association lor Childhood Education: Kappa Delta Pi. Wt-iilvinan, llulwrt. Union. Weigand, Michael, Warrensliurg. We-ir, Anne. Wurrcnsburg. Weissman, Larry, Kansas City: Marketing: The NIULESKINNER: AMA. Welch. Bt-wrly, kansas City: Speerh Pathology 8' Audiology: Pri-xi Club: 'XXXS Assembly: Durm Officer: Crescent Girl: Yatiunul Student Spec.-ch 81 llc-aring Association. Wells, Linda, laihlonte, Welty, kenneth. Columbia: lndustrial Arts 81 Tcvlmolngi: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Pershing Rifles. Werneke, William, Nt-laou. Werner. Kim. Went, james. Norborne. West, Lyle, Cuba: Accounting: Prexy Club: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Interfraternity Council: Phi Eta Sigma: CMSU Homecoming Committee. Westbrook, .lohn, Lee's Summit. Westbrook, Mary, Lee's Summit. Westmoreland, Mary, Lce's Summit. Wetzel, Wilma, Chillicothe. Wheat, Barbara, Kansas City. Wheeler, Howard, Chillicothe: Biology: Tau Kappa Epsilon: lnterfratcrnity Council: Para-Medical Club. Wheeler, Leia, Jameson. White, Clara, Warrensburg. White, Denise, lndepcndence.White,Gregory, Jefferson City. White, Patricia, Kansas City. White, Phillip, Webster Groves. White, William, Raytown. Whitehurse, Gayle, Boonville: Psychology: Psychology Club: Association for Childhood Education: CWENS: Chorus: SCIC: SAY. Whitfield, Keystal, LaMonte. Whilsill, James, Mayview. Whiltlesey, Brent, Neosho: Criminal Justice Administration: Alpha Phi Sigma: Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Wieberg, Sheryl. Wicdenmeyer, Rhonda. Wilcox, Valerie. Sullivan. Wiley, -John, Higginsville. Wilkerson, Andrew, Warrensburg: Distribulivc Education: DECA, Wilkerson, Roe, Boonville. W'ilkina, Vinitta, Kansas City. Willard, David, Warrensburg. Williams, Denny, Hannibal. Williams, Dian, .lcfferson City: Ol'- ficc Administration: Proxy Club: AWS Assembly: Alpha Xi Delta. Williams, James, St. Louis. V illiama, Kathleen. Warsaw. Williams, Michael, Knob Noster. Williams. 'Him-hael. Kansas City: Theater: CMSU Players: l'i-yuhology Lluh: Prcxy Club: Religious Life Count-il: Instruc- tional TX tfnmmittce. Williams, Pamela, Clinton: Recreation: Pn-xy Club: Dorm Ulfi:-er: AWS Assembly: Recreation Major! Sm-ivly. Williams, Hita, Tipton: Art Education: Alpha Gamma Delta: 'ilpha Phi Delta: kappa Delta Pi. 1 lfgfff".'0 , ' JV? f we 1 1 " 1 W ZZgZ4V'4nx74!.Md!lWAwZYW 'f apfwlffawmawwnwmvof ,f ,!. Mfbfamfwaxfwfww "J,,,f V77 A... ., ff 5 3, . X . X f .jf ..,. ...., . 3 '2'fw., . , 224 ff... iff' ,,,,,.,,,, s 4 I Q.-rf 41-'up Seniors: Wil-Zui Williams, Toni. Ballwin. Willis, Gwen, Harrisonvillu, Wilson, Dale, Camdcnton. Wilson, Paula, Kansas City. Wilt-on. Handy, Warrensburg: Chemistry. Witherup, Barbara, Lake Lotawona: Nursing: Kappa Kpppa Kappa: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Panhellenit- Council: Dolphins. Withrow, James, Odessa, Wittenllerger, Stephen, Jamestown. Witthar, Debra. Wolfe, Susan, Brookfield. Wolfer, Jeff, Indianapolis, Indiana: Social Studies: Prexy Club: Young Democrats: Religious Life Council: Newman Club: UCCF: University Union Committee: SCIC. Woltkamp, Janet, Liberty. Wood, Patricia, LaMonte. Woodall, Connie, Gladstone. Worrell, Tracey, Victoria, Illinois. Worthy, Carol, Eldon: Math-Physics: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Zeta: Psychology Club: Archery Club: Society of Physics Students: Les Femmes Bowling: Karate Club: .ludo Club: Rifle 81 Pistol Club: Sky Diving Club: Military Ball Queen Candidate. Wright, Dennis, Jefferson, Iowa. Wright, Ronda, Archie. Wyatt, Betty, Kansas City. Yeisley, Ann, Mount Vernon, Iowa. Yoakum, Karen, Raymore. Young, Gary, Excelsior Springs. Young, Harold, Slater. Young, Judith, Grandview. Young, Michael, Raytown. Zeikle, Roy, Polo. Zey, John, Prairie Hume. Zimmer, Gary. Zimmerschied, Nancy, Higginsville. Zuiss, Camila, Kansas City: Dietetics: Alpha PhU Delta: Kappa Omit-ron Pi: Prexy Club: Newman Club: AWS Assembly: Dorm Officer: University Union Committee: SCIC. -Seniors- Out of Alphabetical Order Niederjohn, James, Waverly. Adams, Janette, Warrcnsburg. Bennett, Rick, St. Louis. DeVore, Jacque, Liberty, Doak, Stanley, Corder: Biolvgyi Outing Club: Prcxy Cluh: Rugby Club. Eggers, Connie, Emma. Fetzer, Doug, St. Louis: Industrial Organization: Prexy Club: Phi Sigma Epsilon: lnterfrpternity Council: AMA. Gaines, Greg, Jefferson City: Hortieulture: Delta Tau Alpha: Interfraternity Council: Proxy Club: Hor- ticulture Club: Theta Chi. Johannesmeyer. Jeff, Freeburg: Business: Agriculture Club: Delta Tau Alpha: Sigma Phi Ep- silon: University Union Committee: Research Committee. Mgghgugh, Ron, Joplin: Physical Education: Tau Kappa Ep- silon: Young Republicans: ADTSEA member. - Nelson, William, Los Angeles, California: Criminal Justice: Lambda Chi Alpha. Plank, Joyce, Kansas City: Sociology: Alpha Phi Delta: Prexy Club: SGA Senate: SGA Executite Council: Student Coordinating Activities Board: SCIC. Sampson, Ed. Fulton: Data Processing: lnterfraternity Council: linitersity Union Committee: DPMA Club: Alpha Epsilon Pi. Sells, Marilyn, Raytown: Elementary Education: Chorus: Association for Childhood Education: Delta Zeta: Panhellenic Count-il: Dorm Officer: University Union Committee. Shelor, Larry, Ex- celsior Springs: Accounting: Sigma Phi Epsilon: lnterfraternity Council. H-nn Underclassmen: bb- ud Abbott. Dianna Abbott, Llnley Abdoler, Kristin Aber, Eden Abernathy, Robert Abernathy, Susan Abrego-All, .lose Ackmann, Denlse Adams, Davld Adams, David Adams. Jeanne Adamson, Randal Admlre, Dale Agnew, Patricia Ahart, Gll Alken, Janet Akers, Alma Akers, Gary Akin, David Alban, Carole Albright, Fred Alexander, Beverly Alexander, Gayle Alexander, Laura Alexander, Phillip Allee, Ruth Allen, Barbara Allen, Bradley Allen, Llnda Allen, Monica Allen, Rebecca Allen, Shlrley Allen, Regina Alllson, Carolyn Alllson, Catherine Alllson, Denise Allison, Yvette Alumbaugh, Cralg Ammons, Peggy Amos, Kenneth Anderson, Cannon Anderson, Dana Anderson, Debra Anderson, John Anderson, Keith Anderson, Paul Anderson, Rebecca Anderson, Steven Andes, Cllfford Andes, Randy Andrew, Davld Anschutz, Melanle Anthony, Douglas Anton, Carol Aponte, Edwin Appel, Nancy Arello, Cindy Argotslnger, .ludy Armbuster, Wayne Amey, Spencer Arnl, Matthew Arnold, Kathleen Arnold, Susan Amold, Teela Arthur, Merle Ash, Robert Ashby, Denise Asher, Debra Atklns. Carol Audaley, Connle 3 1 2 3 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 l 3 2 2 2 l 1 2 1 l 1 l 1 l 2 2 1 1 l 1 1 l 1 1 1 2 3 l 3 2 1 l 2 l 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 2 3 l 1 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 2 1 1 ' .FSL Z -s , 2 ' ,,,, ,,,. .,f5,,- if . . ,, ,-.ax .f- '.+.,5 -.,p,y,,, :g - f .f:,,,g,. -4 ,,.,,.1,.'f 232,425 ff 2,.-gals' ,-:Q - 1 , -. 9' , 96 t , 226 Qt-rw '- P ' -',:5,,g, A 2 M 1 ff K P 6 26 , ti: t Q 0 f ' 9 f f 294 mi I I a-1W.:355f,g,Q ., Y'fi,:,,g1Q,:f':,5,, ea,-,ff A .H " ' ' , 115, "ji ""' " ., :si-'Sf H k W Y ' .V 1" -- " e e,e Q 7, - ff Sfiie A 2' fe. N 4 'S - , -X. ,. .-x-Xa. . .- gun, we ax S X , t a S5 S a Xa x. ax X Nga ., - . ,.,, t af Sw 1' N x as N X X X , S xx X nderclassmen: Aud-Bec '1. -i'i:?i::52:z , 2 I Q 2 ' v 4 4 gat .G ' -:gil il W 53 5 "'A 1 ..-ay., , 4 x, ? Audaley, Sharon Auschwitz, Ted Austin, Debra Aversman, .ludy Azblll, .lanlee Babiuch, .lohn Baer, Denise Bagnall, Carolyn Bailey, Mary Bailey, Monte Bailey, Rodney Baker, Dale Baker, Debra Baker, Juli Baker, Karen Baker, Nancy Baker, Nancy Baker, Nancy Baker, Pamela Baker, Teresa Baldwin, Elizabeth Baldwin, Rhonda Bales, Paula Bales, Sheree Bales, Susan Ball, .lohn Banderman, Patrlela Barancllt, Nancy Barbee, Kathleen Barbosa, .lanlce Barclay, Michael Bargfrede, Vlrglnla Bargmann, Terry Barker, Larry Barlow, Loretta Barncord, Sharon Bamds, Larry Bames, Ronnie Bamett, James Barr, Cecllla Barrow, Carolyn Barry, Paula Bartels, Sue Barth, Kathleen Bartle, Philip Basham, Terllee Baslnger, Nancy Basnett, Carol Bass, Raymond Bateman, George Bates, John Battles, Catherine Bauer, David Bauer, Denlce Bauer, Mlchael Baumgardner, Les Bauml, Don Baxter, Mary Baz-Shouslarl, Nasrln Baylle, Paltl Bayslnger, Steven Beadles, Cindy Beamer, Lan'y Bean, Cheryl Bean, Jeannette Beard, Duane Beasley, Garland Beasley, Gary Bechtel, .ludy Bechtold, Marty ---as nderclassmen: Bec-Boo Bechlold, Shirley Beck, .laculln Becker, .lames Becker, Kurt Becker, Llnda Becker, Nancy Becker, Sharon Becker, Susan Beckham, Mark Beluenherz, Bruce Bell, Janlce Bell, .lohn Bell, Marilyn Bender, Nancy Bendert, Wllllam Bennett, Mark Bennett, Nancy Bennett, Vlckl Benoit, Renee Berendmen, Mary Berhorst, .lerenc Berkstresser, .lack Bemskoetler, M. B. Bernskoetter, Wayne Bemt, Kathleen Berra, Kenneth Berry, Karen Bertz., Sldney Beschnelt, Murray Belts, Terry Beullens, Isabelle Beumer, Barbara Beyer, Glen Blekel, Randall Billingsley, Cheryl Bllqulst, Krlstlna Blnggell, Larry Blngham, Ronald Blrd, James Blrd, Shella Blrkhead, Rlckle Bishop, Marjorie Black, Linda Blades, Herman Blakemore, C. Blankenship, Jane Bledsoe, Danlel Bllxrud, Anne Blom, Stephanie Boan, Mark Bodine, Michele Boeger, Steven Boehm, Randy Boehmer, Coleen Boehmer, Douglas Boettchcr, Karen Bogener, Brenda Bohannan, ,llm Bohnenstlehl, Joel Bolnskl, Catherine Bolar, Doug Boley, Michael Bolln, Phyllis Bollnger, Brenda Bollnger, Lana Boller, Sharon Bolnnlus, Wayne Bond, Barbara Bonds, Emlly Boone, Rance -v. f 539 - f f.4fa+,f jf", jf-11,21 ja, . ,iw 1 1 A wx 5.4, 1. .5 , fu ,v : :L ' 3 lla. 33' 1 1 " X 1:52 ,Qwz f . ,, f Q is 5 'ps 4 r W , , K Q 4 a 5 ,,g2,,,1 .-1, , 4. 4 1. W ..,. . 1: ' :::"'1,":""fi' zip.E:kZ2:fi23E5if:I92'?'' 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Ng 1 X fx 1 KI 4 , 9 Ys A W . z N' ' 'Mft , 1 D ,Q 9 I 2 5' 'sf vi Q ' nderclassmen: Bor-Bru J B0ram.nul.n4 e. B . . U . , ..::"I,e 61.3.1 1: 3 .' , -I B 1 R' ' "" ' , Borjon, Palrlela 2 'B , 'W B 2 B"""""""- S""' 2 .. ' ffl' "'f'2.' lag' ' ff? 5 ' 11 :Q .f - , ,V , "' , , E 1 If '5 7 ,7-' ' ' 'K Boschert, Dennls 1 ki ' 7' -f 'J ' I , . J- V, Bose, Jeffrgy 2 if -.'. 53 341, Bossert, Bernard 3 A f M .- '53 4 D I . I , k,,. I , ,k,,. , , . Boschynaymond 1 , ,,,.,. D. 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Chrlstlanson, .lan Christopher, Kathy Church, Peggy Church, Wayne Clark, Connle Clark, Gerrl Clark, James Clark, .lanet Clark, Llndu Clark, Terry Clarkson, Lols Clarkson, Scott Clear, Lori Clear, Rlck nderclassmen: Cli-Cox Cllffe, Richard Cllnger, John Coale, Brenda Coatney, Gregory Cobb, Beverly Cobb, Lee Cochran, Clarlssa Cochran, Joseph ' Cockrell, Debra Coffell, .lanet Coffey, Dennls Coffey, Sharon Coffman, John Cohen, Rebecca Cohrs, Connie Coldlcott, Charles Coleman, Debra Coleman, Karen Coleman, Nancy Coleman, Rebecca Colllns, Jacquelyn Collum, .lohn Colton, Debra Colvllle, Crystal Combs, Jaekle Combs, Phyllls Combs, Teresa Comer, Nicholas Conard, Gary Conard, Thomas Condra, Chris Cone, Walter Cones, Dennis Connell, Margaret Conley, Joyce Connelly, Llnda Conrad, Pamela Conte, Barbara Conway, Gary Cook, Davld Cook, Richard Cook, Marian Cook, Patricia Cook, Richard Cooley, Mary Cooper, Debra Cooper, Dennls Cooper, Donald Cooper, Margaret Cooper, Steven Copas, Jennifer Cope, .lackle Copeland, Elizabeth Copeland, Georgia Corbln, Anlta Corbln, Sherry Corey, Carol Cornell, Christine Correa, Phlllp Cosens, Ronald Cothern, Michael Cothern, Steven Coupe, Mike Courtney, Jill Couty, Carol Cowan, Glen Cowick, Dennls Cox, Cheryl Cox, John Cox, Kevin xref.: fi 'ffltziipfif v .,..,. q, .:. ,,f,.,. 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Randy Flick, Thomas Flood, Robin Flora, Catherine Flucke, Connie Fluty, Randolph Folseroft, Deborah Forbush, Wanda Ford, Anlta Forrest, Mary Forsythe, Charles Forte, George Former, Nancy Foster, Lynn Foxx, Karen Franken, Galnla Franklin, Beverly Franklin, .lo Ann Freedle, .lanna Freeman, .lames Frey, Steven Frledrlch, Jan Frlshle, Michael Frogge, Carron Frossard, Michael Fuemmeler, Wllllam Fugnte, Dale Fulks, Mark Fultz, Debroah Gaines, Rebecca Galnes, Timothy Gallagher, Patsy Galenllne, ,lulla Gallagher, Janine Galle, James Galllhugh, E. A. Gammon, Barbara Gammon, Randolph Ganaden, Genevieve Gann, Carl Garber, Debra Garber, Randall Garcla, Laura Gard, Sally Gardner, Brenda Garland, Dan Garner, Sherrll Gasklns, Dave Gaster, Carol Gatchet, Roger Gay, Randall Gay, Tlmothy Gebhart, Dennls Gerant, Tom Geraughty, Brent Gerke, James Gerke, Mary Gerken, Bonnle Gerlt, Denise Glannakls, Nicholas Gibler, Peggy Glbsnn, Nancy Gleger, Angela Giles, Mark Glll, Deborah Glll, Kathy I I l 1 4 1 1 J Underclassmen: Gil-Gul Gillespie, .lanin Gisel, David Glarkin, Kathryn Glasco, Roaallne Glaaford, Diana Glavin, Theresa Gochenour, Debbie Gockel, Brenda Gockel, Lance Goddard, Twyla 1 Gnnsalves, Kathi' en Gonzalez, Paulln l Gonzalez, Rebvca Gooch, Darrell Good, Richard Goodman, Brenda Gootlnt-r, Rita Goodnight, Kandeen Gordon, Janice Gorman, Deborah Gurrel, Cheryl Goshorn, Patti Gould, Sandra Gourley, Tim Gave, Pamela Graef, Marsha Graham, Gloria Graham, Michael Grainger, Gene Grana, Paulette Granger, Kathryn Graves, Kelly Graves, Kim Gray, Cynthia Gray, .lamea Gray, .lohn Gray, Larry Gray, Mary Gray, Mary Gray, Stephen Gray, Vanessa Greco, Beverly Green, Charles Green, Debbie Green, Teresa Greene, Terry Greenwell, Deborah Grefe, Glenda Gregg, Janis Gregg, Melvin Gr08S, Steven Gregory, Robert Greife, Alice Greim, Linda Greufe, Helen Griffin, Patricia Grlnslead, James Gritton, Nancy Groee, Julia Gross, John Groves, Victoria Grubb, Henry Grumke. 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Hartness, Kirk Harvey, Jacqueline Harvey, .loan Harvey, Phyllis Harvey, Robert Haselhorst, Sharon Hasker, Carol Haskins, Kenneth Hasly, Robert Hatcher, Bruce Hatfield, Belly Underclassmen Hau-I-Ill Haver, James Hawklns, Davld Hawkins, .lane Hawkins, Sharon Hawley, Linda Hawley, Raymond Hayes, Camille Hayes, Carole Hayes,l Randy Haynes, Tari Hays, ,lulla Haysler, Ken Hayward. Alberta Hayward, Ellen Hazell, Judi Healy, Delbert Heberle, Terry Hedden, Shelley Hedges, Sherry Hedges, Shirley Heembrock, Mike Heft, Kimberly Heidhreder, K. M. Heilman, Mary Heim, Barbara Heimsalh, David Heimsolh, Sharon Hein, David Heintz, Mary Helge, Karen Helland, Jay Hellebuyck, Holli Hellwig, Mickey Helm, Douglas Helms, Greg Helms, Terry Helton, Mike Henderson, Barbara Henderson, Greg Henderson, .lanet Henderson, ,lean Henderson, .lohn Henderson, Mary Henks, William Henne, Patricia Henning, Carol Henny, David Henry, Adele Henry, Pamela Henry, Sylvia Hensley, Vicki Heppard, Noel Herbert, Denlse Herring, Donna Herring, Teresa Herron, Belly Hershberger, Fred Herzburg, Debbie Hesse, Betty Hessenflow, David Hetlenbach, Llnda Hewett, Mark Hickman, Bnlce Hlcks, Catherine Higgins, .lohn Hlles, Barbara Hllger, Randy Hill, Gary Hill, Linda Hlll, Robert y 6,i'i,,, ' 5. V' 5-0. 5 ,sl , Us ,- : -' 4 it , f M, 4. f ,M . ,,,, f . 2 X 0 ff rd f fi g N .- sz, " l 1::g15:5g3,1 'Q Q f . V Z1' - - -':.' .V ff I 4- - . f w- 1 ,,. , , .- , f Nw. gf ." 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O W5 M W' fy, ' I , .4 1 '55 sm. s ij 243 nderclassmen: Joh-Ken Johnson, Byron Johnson, Cindy Johnson, David Johnson, Donald Johnoon, Gary Johnson, Howard Johnson, James Johnson, Joann Johnson, Lindu Johnson, Pennie Johnson, Susan Johnson, William Johnston, Sally Johnston, William Jones, Brian Jones, Brian Jones, Carol Jones, Dana Jones, Jay Jones, Jeannette Jones, Kenneth Jones, Larry Jones, Marilyn Jones, Mark Jones, Mary Jones, Melodee Jones, Stephen Jones, Stephen Jones, Teresa Jones, Vicki Jones, Virginia Jurgensmeyer, Larry Justice, Sandra Kahle, Cheryl Kahrs, Judy Kahrs, Nanny Kaiser, Dwight Kaiser, Jeff Kallenbach, Deborah Kamp, Linda Karch, Kathy Karigan, Steve Karr, John Kaltelmann, Dean Kaufman, Howard Kauzlarieh, Steve Kaye, Diana Keck, Kathy Keck, Debra Keck, Larry Keegan, Kristin Keena, James Keeney, Clinton Keeran, William Keil, Linda Keith, Raymond Kelley, Susan Kelley, Terry Kelly, Bernadine Kelly, Larry Kelso, Cynthia Kellner, Crystal Kemna, Michael Kenagy, Gary Kenley, Alice Kennedy, Dianne Kennedy, Harold Kenney, Mark Kenny, Kristi Kent, Keith nderclassmen: Ken-Lac Kent, Marty Kerksiek, Deborah K1-rating, .lim Keth, Kirby Kiefer, Dave Kilpalriek, Steven Kimbrell, Lee Ann Kimmel, .lohn . Klmsey, Steven Kincaid, Janis King, Greg Kinkead, .loyce Kinkcade, Donaldl Kinsella, Kevin , Kirby, Dale Kirchhoff, Denise Kirkweg, Linda Kirts, Eugene Kisner, Wade Klasing, Deborah Klasing, Pamela Klausen, Donna Klein, David Klekamp, Yvonne Kleoppel, .lane Klielhermes, Arlene Klover, Rosemary Klusmeyer, Diana Knapp, ,Ionalhan Knight, Ludie Knillel, Melissa Koch, Alan Koch, .lane Koch, William Kocher, Richard Kock, Carol Kock, Cheryl Koenig, Robert Koerner, Pamela Koester, Lois Koffman, John Koffman, Robert Kohler, Deborah Kohler, Donald Komer, janet KoPP1 J. C. Kordik, Marleen Koskel, Steven Kosmiski, Julie Kozlen, Wayne Kraber, Kristie Kraus, Elaine Krause, Linda Krause, Steve Krause, Steven Kreder, Deborah Kremer, Debra Kreissler, Sharon Kreler, Chester Krlegshauser, M. A. Krohn, Russell Kronshage, Rita Kruse, john Kugler, Carolyn Kunkel, Patricia Kuschel, Gail Kultenkuler, Wh D. 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Moran, Brian Morefield, Teena Morehead, .lohn Morehead, Edward Moreland, Clyde Morgan, Kathy Morgan, Marshall Morgan, Nancy Moritz, Jocelyn Morris, .lanice Morris, Wayne Morrison, Cynthia Morrison, Debra Morrow, Gary Morrow, Melissa Morrow, Nettle Morrow, Steven Morrow, William Morton, .leri Mosier. Mark Moss, Vicky Underclassmen: ot- or Mosrh, .lan Molhersbaugh, Max Mothersbaugh, Roger Moudy, Christopher Moyer. Gregory Mueller, .lan Muir, Kathi Mullen, Donald Mullins, John Mullin, William Munn: Karen Murd 1 k, Cynthia Murp y, Francis Murphy, .lohn Murphy, Pamela Murphy, Thomas Murray, Paul Murrell, Fred Murry, Melinda Murry, Sheila Murtha, James Musick, Nadine Musser, Debra Musto, William Myers, Kathryn Nachbar, Julie Nadler, Terry Narigon, Daniel Nash, David Nash, Patricia Neal, Judith Neal, Vanessa Neale, Deborah Nease, Susan Neher, Barbara Nelson, Donald Nelson, Kent Nelson, Patricia Nelson, Tim Nelson, William Nentwig, Douglas Neustadl, .lanice Newby, Barbara Newell, Rhonda Newhouse, Teresa Newland, Carol Neyhart, Kathryn Nieewanner, Gene Nicholls, Lowell Niekell, Douglas Nickelson, Dennis Nicollni, Richard Nlcoll, Nola Niederjohn, Donna Niendick, Donna Nlggel, Michael Nissen, Lynda Nissen, Marilyn Nllchals, Raymond Noble, Douglas Nolan, Robert Noland, Marsha Nolen, Glenda Nolte, Michael Nolte, Roger Norbury, Nancy Nordwald, Mark Normlle, Kevin Norris, Merrill Norris, Roland x- - R if 1 af-1, , , mi .. .- 3 . :- : 'W , H d 5 Q 4' 3, .5 1, 5? 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'ix f-1 E t 4 4 North, Lynn North, Nliehele North, Rita Northern, Vanessa Norton, Cindy O'Bar, Tim Obenan, Mary Oberzan, Robert O'Brien, Bernard O'Brien, Christopher O'Connor, Michael 0'Dell, Joyce Odneal, Kathy Oclneal, William Odo, Christopher Ohrenherg, Keith O'Keefe, Timothy Oldham, Wanda Olinger, Charlene Ollnger, Michael Olson, Twyla Ondera, Susan Onstot, Heidi Opalka, Dennis Opal, Mary Opfer, Brett Opfer, Glenn Opler, Gregory 0'Rourke, Nancy Orr, Patricia Orr, Stephen Osborn, Claudia Oswitz, Frank Otis, Michael Ott, Melissa Overton, Vicki Owen, Keith Pace, .limmy Paehter, Maurine Packard, April Packnelt, Thuston Page, Burford Page, Kenneth Palmer, James Palmer, Michael Palmer, Wllllam Paris, ,loan Paris, Lyn Parker, Barbara Parker, Donna Parker, Larry Parks, Alan Parks, Linda Parks, Robert Parman, Debra Parmeler, Richard Parnell, Dorette Parsons, Carol Parsons, Dale Parsons, Steve Parsons, Sue Partee, Rita Patterson, Dennis Patterson, Donald Patterson, Richard Patterson, William Patton, William Paul, Mark Pauley, Louann Pautler, Roberta Underclassmen: Pax-Pry Paxton, Keith Paxton, Peggy Paync, Charles Payne, Cynthia Payne, James Pearcy, Susan Peca, Thomas Pedlgo, Gary Peel, Dorene Peery, Alice Pence, Robin ' Pendell, Tamra Pennington, Dehra Penrose, Larry Perkins, Sheryl Pessello, Kenny Peterson, John Petty, Michelle Peyton, Connie Pfelfer, Kathleen Philllps, Cornella Phillips, Jeffrey Phillips, john Phllllps, Rosemary Phipps, Stanley Pickens, Eddie Pierce, Dennis Pierce, Terri Pierson, ,Iohn Plggott, James Plke, Randall Plnkston, Daniel Piotrowskl, Theresa Piper, Craig Pitcher, Penelope Pittman, David Plain, Martha Plaskett, William Plut, Lavita Poettgen, John Pohlman, Eileen Polaal, Samuel Polllck, Peggy Pollman, Frederick Poole, Joel Porter, Lesley Porter, Paul Post, Richard Potter, John Potts, Theresa Pounds, Paula Powell, Claudla Powell, Nancy Powers, Laura Pragman, Steven Prall, Carl Pratt, Llnda Pretz, Thomas Price, Cheryl Prlce, Daphne Price, Gary Prlce, Julie Price, Peggy Prlne, Michael Pritzel, Susan Provln, Michael Pruitt, James Pruitt, Terri Pryne, Kay Pryor, Charlotte W., . ie! .2f-"vr:2,,g5'- Lys' 1- . 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Robinson. Robinson, Robinson, Robinson- - David Linda Michael Sandra Homer ,Iutly Larry Nancy Theresa Rorkhill, Lori Rodriguez. Karen Roehufk, Cary Roemer, Daniel Rogers, Bradley Rogers, Debra Rogers, Cary Rogers, Jill Rogers, Lavonna Rogers, William Rohlfing, Debbie Rohr, Pamela Roland, Cary Rooney, Kathryn Rornn, Michael Rose, Debbie Rose, Ray 4 ,'5.:e2-E:- .. 4.1. r " ' ' :- ,sg . W - ,., -,V '.,,f,.,. Roseman, Kimberly Rosewarren, Laura Rosewell, Mark Ross, Arthur Ross, Barbara Ross, Curtis Ross, Denise Ross, John Ross, Leslie Rost, Myra Rowden, Wesley Rowell, Marlnda Rowland, Freddie Rowley, Greg Ruckman, Jan Rudloff, Sue Ruettgers, E.A. Rugen, David Runyan, Ruben Rupert, Brenda Rupert, Shirley Rupley, Victoria Ruprecht, Stephen Rusch, Randall Rush, Farrel Russell, Suzan Rust, Patty Rust, Peggy Ruth, William Ryan, Colleen Ryder, Linda Sackrtder, Edward Saenr, Nancy Sahlmann, Ruth Salcedo, Sherry Sale, Patriria Saling. .lane Saling, Vickie Salisberry, Patricia Sallee, Ancil - , gf 1' "-., Sal 'A 'W - ' -Rr' ' 'W iliam 1 :rss M Jsfffr Q2 1 W0 :D ,, hlnv ,, 1 1: W his A, L3 as ff e V' rw ,M -':'eEiifi51',i.?35f5 .. ' ff- ' if If vs X ffhfhti ., ef 5 as , Y' Q' - 'xrgvfplt as as , ' W a A f W ,NM N x we-f ff M' V Q 4 V 4' 04 f Y 5? ' QQ S N 5 ,g 'arf ,- . 9 I ? fe? f ,ego . sg ,,o. ,.s, , l 1 -' 59? "15'i.""'52Ii ' Er-:1 5 ,1 Q ,W , Wm W, w ff t egg , , w e 1- 40 r A ag H ,,.. . ., E59 7. 9' we P- ' RM... W: - V, -I 5 aw ,,, ,Zi 1'f:i'5,::,:3-g::':f : YQ ' EEQQE: - F1 1.'1rE'E'5"r- 4 M 1 'X I ,, 1 X' Ye: ,.t g.:51fl:fEi.i.1. '3' -t's M 'l it 15 , ff 5 4 E?:I1E'E':1 .H 'SQL age.-1,3 , mai 111581 2,E'.Sa1. X, 'E ,af ' ' 5. ,,n I., .-fn .,"'f.',' lnderclassmen: Sal-Sea 1,of...,' - -V . X 1- , ,oz .....,, Z ,, ,,., K 'i if 3 5' s Nil w i ' 3 1 .95 ' I KE x , fo l -sw G f f ' ix , 3 'Q P Salzman, .leannie Sampson, Doug Sampson, Sherry Samuelson, Lawrence Sanders, Debra Sanders, Jeannie Sanders, Lance Sanders, Linda Sanders, Scott Santoro, Pamela Sartin, Dona Sartin, Mary Saverda, Judy Sawyer, Mike Saylor, Debra Scahill, Tom Scanlan, Steve Scarborough, Sandra Schaefering, Davld Schanzmeyer, Betty Scheidegger, Harley Scheinoet, Rebecca Schler, Mike Schlotler, David Schotzhauer, D. Schlue, Barbara Schlup, Paul Schmidt, Michelle Schmitt, William Schmitz, Cecelia Schmitz, james Schmutzler, P. L. Schnakenberg, Evelyn Schnakenberg, Linda Schnakenberg, Tim Schneider, Cathy Schneider, Frank Schnell, Kevin Schooling, Carl Schroeder, Connie Schroeder, Eric Schroeder, Paul Schroeger, Paula Schulte, Keith Schulte, Margaret Schulte, Mark Schulte, Mark Schulte, Virgil Schulte, William Schulze, Barbara Schumacher, Cheri Schumacher, Marc Schumacher, Mark Schumacher, Steven Schumaker, James Schump, Robert Schupp, Sandra Schwarz, Terri Schwede, Kevin Schweitzer, Joseph Schwenck, Linda Scism, Brenda Scott, Beverly Scott, David Scott, Glenda Scott, Linda Scott, Mark Scott, Roger Seabough, Kathleen Seaton, Terrell Underclassme See, Judy Seider, Hope Selferl, Lanny Seley, Kathryn Self, Anna Sell, Caryl Sellers. Teresa Selph, Deborah Semon, Linda Sena, julie Serwatka, Lynn Seutter, David Sewell, Patrick Shackelford, Deborah Sharkelford, S.B. 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M. Tucker, Carla Tucker, Karen Tucker, Orlson Tull, Sherry Tunnell, Marianne Turley, Lester Turnage, john Turnbow, Herbert Tumer, Deborah Turner, Glenda Turner, Larry Turner, Nancy Turner, Steven Tuttle, John Tuttle, Rebecca Tuttle, Ronald Twenter, Karen Twyman, Mona Tye, Alice Ullrich, Tim Ulmer, James Ulrich, Barbara Umphenour, Ronald Underwood, Rhonda Upchurch, David Upahaw, Herbert U'Ren, James Utrecht, .lanet Vam Bummel, Kathryn Van Buren, Teresa Vance, Judith Vandegrlff, Kevin Vnnderhoof, Jim Vardyke, Paul VanKeuren, Derek Vannatln, Diane Vanover, Claude Vanaandl, Ronnie Van Winkle, Shannon Varker, Mary Varner, Frederick Vamer, Phlllp Vamey, Laureen Vaughan, Bruce Veach, .lohn Vermaas, Bradley Veulemans, .lennlfer Viertel, Bruce Viertel, .lohn Vllllan, Terri Vincent, Larry Vogel, Davld Vogel, Gary Vogel, Sandra Vogt, Arthur Vogt, James '31 vw- ,... K'-'--:lei-1:42 :e:1-:.1:.f':' 227-iz.-559021:-.i1::' , f' I 1 x S. ' Q X mx ..,,Mir,. , at 4 on id.. 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