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

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The educational elements of the Chautauqua learning brought culture and art to thig3ggl,00,0 citizens of Warrenysburg. the mineral waters of the health resort and thewactivitieswof 'tithe recreatioiiiifea, it ftifmed attiiulti-piltpose withtt5tiibroadi'liase of attractiiiiisg. Pertleifeciiiopulartiifor itsecfdol lwateifstcandlbeautiful spring settings, vias located a mile south of the city between two hills and covered with underbrush andhoak trees. The water's reddish appearance showed mineral content and gf5utsp color and taste indicated lgezalth resjtgring lpowersggltter itsggdgyelopnienpt, it ibecamggpppuglaretogr social reasonsiprathepethan medical. M James H. Christopher was the first to discover andtiit uporftlte potential latent in Pwfftle Known as "Colonel" Qi hristopher, the governmegnt mule driver purchased tgQge land in 1884. lfle wasgig a largemmeasure responsible for growth and deigelopmeirit of Warrensburg as he bujlt the first modern eb-lhotel, the ltitit wadtenlcompargy, andcibtought electricity to thilgown. Wdirking with la latiii tlie two collaborated itoiichangetthe nanie, then Pirrtle, to Pertle for a mo re pleasant spelling. 5 X f l, 4 21 z s : - A fffnf rw - r" ' T 3 fff 1 ff'-tv f r. f fr ' 4 it at ,' ti f U? :of-.itat X cf c . -S ,. tl,, ,i gr inf . , 1 - . . 1 , ' 'fl' , ' " ,' A A ,A if - rafts , - L- f- Pi . I ,ff i, 1 4 fr 'ii' ' " ' ' ' if if-1 is ' ,i 'AZT t ' s A e we i- so 1 lf' lf?" 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Unfortunately, religious groups began to question the morality of theatrical performances at the Springs and the Chautauquas began traveling campaigns. Each year after that 1 i sawa decline in popularity and a pocket loss for "Colonel" Chtistdljher. As Christopher grew older and s. . 1 radio and automobiles became popular, Pertle Springs' former attendants began to go to newly 1 created recreation facilities in 1 Warrensburg,,the Central Missouri? . U' State Teachers' College, and .touri- ing throughout the Midwest. ln actuality, the resort had not been active for several years. The "Dummy?' line was discontinued in 1922. Possibilities of conven- tions ended when Minnewawa was gutted by fire in 1926. Completely destroyed, there was no need to rebuild it. -Steve Lipira um: X 1 J 2 w X w w I w 'R 1 EJ 1 wx xi it 1 will: 'NP T J JN r I bf! 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Lovinger Top Administrators Working closely with University President Warren C. Lovinger is the Administrative Council, composed of the University's top administrators. Those top administrative officers are Dr. Harold L. Young, Vice President for Ad- ministrative Affairsp Dr. Roy E. McAuley, Vice President for Academic Affairsg Dr. Tom Edmunds, Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Don Wyss, Vice President for Financial Affairs, Dr. lack Carmichael, Assistant to the President for Institutional Developmentg Carl Foster, Director of Public Relations, and Dr. Duane Sterling, Assistant to the Presi- dent for Special Programs. With the goal "university betterment" in mind, the council strives to keep CNlSU's programs and policies in the best interest of the campus community as well as tackling university problems. v -i Carl Foster, Dr. DuaneA Sterling, and Dr. lack Carmichael u-l""""l wif" XS Dr. Roy McAuley and Dr. Tom Edmunds Dr. Donald Wyss and Dr. Harold Young ur The School of Arts and Sciences - ""' f .Z Mr. Kenneth Fischer, Instructor in Music, rehearses the University Jazz Lab Band in preparation for one of its many outstanding public performances. Dr. Leslie Anders and Dr. Art McClure display the 1975 Author's Award given to Dr. Anders by the State Historical Society for his article, "Men from Home: Missouri Union Volunteers in the Pacification of Mobile, Alabama, 1865-66," which appeared in the April issue of the Missouri Historical Review. Suzanne Sampson and lon Stratton work under Dr. Donald Miller, Associate Professor of Physics, on digital and analog computers to solve physics problems. ,, ff' ,. ' , A school is a center for learning, a place where teachers, students, and curriculum are brought together to achieve specific learning obiectives. CMSU has five such schools, the largest of which is the School of Arts and Sciences. lt has the largest number of faculty and students and the largest curriculum. Eighteen academic departments span the arts and humanities, the social sciences, and the sciences and mathematics to form a center for learning about man-his past, present, and future capabilities. The School of Arts and Sciences continues to promote the liberal arts traditionp its faculty still believes that a person must learn to understand himself, those with whom he works, and something of the culture and society within which he lives. For example, the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Physics offer general studies courses designed to prepare non-scientist citizens to understand the role of science in society. ln addition to preparing teachers for the future, professional scientists are equipped to participate as scientists and as citizens of the future. A school is also a place where teachers and students can interact on a meaningful level, sharing ideas and learning from each other. Therefore, the School's first concern is the fulfillment of student interests and needs. A good example ofthe personalized instruction students are getting in developing skills for earning a living is the private tutorials conducted by English faculty members with each stu- dent in the freshman writing courses. Students and faculty also work closely with each other in extra-class organizations under the leadership of the students themselves. The Department of Sociology alone sponsors a Sociology Club, a Social Work Club, and a chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta, the National Honor Society in Sociology. Gamma Theta Upisilon, the International Honor Society for Geography, is sponsored by the Department of Georgraphy. Such societies and organizations assist students in developing communication skills, in better understanding their chosen discipline, and in discovering job opportunities for the future. The School is proud of its thousands of graduates who are making significant contributions in the areas of teaching, medicine, industry, government, media, and numerous other fields. Dr. Richard Luehrman, Professor of Art, lane Luehrman, student, and Dr. Ken Meredith, Director of the Grinstead Gallery, discuss an exhibition of water colors and sculpture by Dr. Luehrman. Craig Sterrett and Michele Bodine check the location of an opening to be cut in a piece of plywood, part of a theatre shop project. if QE. f. ff ct-- ts-- ,, School of Public Services George Hutcheson practices using measuring devices during an industrial hygiene lab problem. lames Graham and Raymond Hawley watch Tom Admire during a fire science demonstration. .-,jg Y I The National Center for Criminal Justice Administration conducts classes in traffic manage- ment and traffic administration for officers in all parts of the nation. The safety department regularly furnishes instructors for both high school and special adult groups. The School of Public Services began in 1971. In keeping with the University's motto, "Education for Service," the School consolidated into one academic area the departments of Safety, Criminal Justice Administra- tion, Industrial Safety and Hygiene, the Missouri Safety Center, and the National Center for Criminal Justice Administration. The variety of public services courses and the number of students enrolled at the graduate, un- dergraduate, and non-degree levels represent one of the largest programs of its kind in the nation. lts unique laboratory facilities have been chosen to help illustrate how CMSU has developed special facilities to increase the ex- cellence of the School's program offerings, whether in degree offerings or non-degree programs through the Missouri Safety Center. MJ., Ray Landis demonstrates how to match btillet markings as a part of criminal investigation. F Almost a symbol of the Missouri Safety Center, tems the Highway Safety Instructional Park facility ' has been the scene of a wide variety of training programs in traffic safety. School of Applied Science and Technology Wayne Crowl and lab partner breadboard an electronic circuit to verify the theory discussed in the classroom. Presentation of the Federated Garden Club Scholarship to recipients is made by state president Mrs. Helen Neal and Mrs. Fitzsimmons, west central regional director. 11' , ' 1:3 Michael Groff and larry Crow examine an aircraft engine on a university airplane. Occupational education through study in the School of Applied Sciences and Technology makes up a major part of the program offerings. The School also provides many general studies courses as a means of in- troducing students to areas of knowledge which are important to an educated person who is capable of functioning in a free society. From the beginning of time, technology has been one of the most dynamic components in plotting the course of human destiny. The application of technological findings centers around the practical use of the knowledge discovered through scientific principles. Academic preparation for occupational careers is provided through a variety of classrooms, laboratories, shops, and clinical ex- periences. lnternship programs are available in a number of areas so students may experience actual professional and job conditions. The principle of lear- ning by doing is followed to provide the student with an opportunity to acquire technical knowledge and skill along with human sensitivity in the areas of agriculture, electronics, graphics, home economics, manufacturing and construction, military science, nur- sing, power and transportation. Sandy Shuford and Barbara Welborn graduate students in graphics try out the new visual display Dr. Rita Youmans, Home Economics Department Head and Don Rose, instructor in Hotel Restaurant Administration, dis- cuss with students the diverse career op- portunities available in home economics as offered at CMSU. eg, L is Joy Brownfield and Connie Morarity support their mass communication major by learning to develop photographic film in one of the new graphic darkrooms 22 N School of Business and Economics Dr. Arthur Norton and accounting maiors Kevin Boyer, Stephen Daniels, Joy Lawson, and Karen Rodriquez research a tax question by using the tax reference library. The School of Business and Economics offers a comprehensive curriculum which provides for the theoretical learning aspects as well as the practical experiences needed by the student who plans a rewarding career in business. The School provides for a variety of interests by offering ten majors and several minors for those students seeking a baccalaureate degree and by offering eight programs for those students who are in- terested in developing vocational competencies by attending CMSU for only one or two years. By taking advantage of the opportunities available through programs such as the internship in business ffor management, accounting, and marketing majorsb, and by using the modern equipment available for secretarial and data processing majors, students are able to participate in activities and obtain first-hand experiences directly related to their fields of study. Scott Mcflandless, leanette Smith, Curt Jones, Paula Barry, Karen Luetkemeyer, and Ruth Hall, officers of organizations in the School of Business and Economics, discuss with Nlrs. Bettie Simmons, secretary to the dean, X, material for the School newsletter, the Dockery Digest. Data processing staff Dan Coomer, A sm "x Dr Chris Chaney, and Dr. lane 1"""a ', . .X Bucks review card reader ' B capabilities with student, Donna 2' 5 , Walther -1 'X 'x 03 -1 .. 3-.ef --111:35 x, ' fl J: 1:1 l .. l ',: ::' 1 N '- rt .Z T if-f' IAS i- . CULAC iuliNCL'l an F . 'lj-jr fcaoq Two Students in economics, Ronald Roby and Russell Dodson, observe Dr. William D. Thompson, professor of economics, explain a supply and demand graph. Dean Robert Pierce meets with Betty Hanicke, Keith Kreissler, and Charles Stephenson, members of the Advisory Council for the School of Business and Economics. Listening, writing, and reading-these are the activities Instructor Phyllis Schoonover and Assistant Professor Janet Johnson are reviewing with students Holly Heptas and Sheila Feagan in the shorthand laboratory. .-1-4-.-.ff-1-pe-1-1.-1-vs - v 'I l M ,, ww f' School of Education W if A I au.-.,,,, , ....,...n ' ,' : ' A g. , if EJ , if 1 Deborah Gallagher discovers another of the Laboratory School's uses includes that of a resource center for books in children's literature. ,bg 5 Karen Booster finds time to work with a student. The opportunity to participate on a oneeto-one relationship can be practiced in the Laboratory School. 24 wa V Classroom visitations mean face-to-face discussions. John Thompson discovers this can be difficult un- less allowances are made. While the faculty of the School of Education contacts a large portion of the student body through formal classes-the heart of the teacher education program remains the practical involvement of each student in realistic learning oppor- tunities. The campus Laboratory School has long illustrated this fact. Historically the campus laboratory school is nearly as old as CMSU itself. Created in 1881, the elementary and high school sections have provided a learning laboratory for thousands of students down through the years. The importance of the Laboratory School as a place for student teaching gradually decreased with the coming of the automobile, but its importance in other ways has been retained. It is here that a student in a course such as educational psychology has been able to observe growth and development in action. It is here that a student in general methods has been able to try out lesson plans prior to formal student teaching. lt is here that a student has been able to obtain experience as a teacher- aide-or just observe good teaching in action. Many of the School of Education classes have been able to draw on the expertise of the Laboratory School's teachers as resource people. With the closing of the University High School at the end of the 1975-76 school year, some of the effectiveness of this unique laboratory has been lost. The retention ofthe Nursery School and Kindergarten plus grades 1-6 will continue to offer a practical on-campus laboratory for future teachers in those areas. The Laboratory School together with the formal student teaching program in the public schools of the area, plus the internship program for graduate students, will continue to form the backbone of the practical approach to education employed by the School of Education. i M24 .L Dr. Ted Garten, methods teacher, demonstrates the close-circut television to a class. The use of taped class meetings, as well as live coverage of classrooms in the Laboratory School helps students concentrate on what to look for in the teaching process. 1 W l A chance to talk with teachers about teaching aids or problems in teaching can all be handled in the Laboratory School. Mrs. Quibell visits with Mike Panke, Debbie Palmer, and Karen Booster about a teaching aid devoted to Mark Twain Award Books. eq, Mc lim Farr, Susie Rutt, and Chuck Stamper watch with interest as Mrs. Pat Minnis works with students in class. iw ,f . 1 ! Y.. :.-N A gf. ...NJ 'ff-: Um-1'1. ' 3 5 'f' 12swr'r -N -. x. X ,, . 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Transportation Frederic Bock, Business Administration Jeffrey Borchers, Electricity Donald Bossio, Military Science David Bowling, Physics Jenny Boyer, Psychology Cortez Bradley, Higher Education John Brady, Military Science William Brame, Manufacturing 81 Construction Wendell Brandes, University Union Marshall Branson, Power 81 Transportation Paul Brattstrom, Academic Advisor Fred Brauer, Data Processing Ronald Breshears, Administrative Affairs Robert Brewer, Speech Communication William Brewington, Counseling Clifton Britton, Sociology Ken Brookens, Instructional Technology Deems Brooks, Speech Communication Doris Brookshier, Library Richard Brouillette, Military Science William Bruno, Military Science Cecil Bumgarner, Power 8. Transportation 27 Bur Delores, Burdick, Physical Education Donald Burke, Power 81 Transportation Walter Burnette, Earth Science William Burtner, English William Bushmeyer, Agriculture Larry Cammack, Mathematics lack Carmichael, Assistant to the President Merl Case, Graphics David Castaner, Biology Chris Chaney, Business Administration Clifford Channey, Electricity Barbara Chrisman, Library Gail Clark, Lab School Mary Ann Clark, Nursing Wayne Cleveland, Teacher Education l.M. Cocke, Earth Science Robert Coker, Business Administration Russell Coleman, Music Patrick Coonley, Special Education Arthur Corpolongo, Health Center James Counts, Safety Sherralyn Craven, Mathematics Wilda Creighton, Business Education Willson Crounse, Academic Advisor Gail Crump, English Daniel Curtis, Speech Communication Norvin Curtis, Psychology Richard Dale, UHS Physical Education Wilbur Damron, Educational Media Services David Daniels, Geography Edward Davenport, Mathematics Guillermo Davila, Criminal Justice Dwight Davis, Business Administration David Defrain, College Skills Edward Denham, Testing Roger Denker, Physical Education Margaret Denman, Library Science Elvirga Denning, Library LaMoine Devries, Baptist Chair Bible lerry Dewick, Business Joseph Dolecki, Economics Donald Donath, Health William Downs, Graphics Charles Drake, Economics Tom Edmunds, Student Affairs Betty Elgin, Physical Education lerry Elliott, Revenue John Emerson, Earth Science 28 IT -3 Har Shirley Emis, Nursing Elizabeth Engle, Home Economics Herbert Eschliman, English David Eshelman, Mass Communication Lynn Fabian, Mass Communication Dennis Faulk, Chemistry Susan Felten, Nursing John Fenley, Music Gene Fields, Teacher Education Kenneth Fischer, Music Leroy Fisher, Financial Affairs Malcolm Flanagan, Psychology R.B. Flood, Agriculture James Floyd, Speech Communication Lawrence Foley, English William Foley, History Olin Frazier, Business Education Thomas Gaines, Applied Arts 8- Technology Bill Garber, Business Education Ted Garten, Teacher Education Robert Gifford, Music Mary Ginther, Counseling lrl Gladfelter, Placement Anita Godfrey, Education Robert Goetz, Industrial Arts 8. Technology Alfred Gosney, College Skills Harvey Gossen, Teacher Education Malloy Gould, Speech Communication Alice Gower, Dean of Women Robert Graybill, English Margaret Greef, Library Len Gregg. Education Wallace Griffith, Mathematics Gu! Griggs, History Ro ert Grimes, Data Processing William Grimes, Mathematics Betty Guth, Special Education Larry Haase, Business Tom Hairabedian, Physical Education Carl Haldiman, Teacher Education Walter Halen, Music Homer Hampton, Mathematics W.0. Hampton, Higher Education John Hane, Political Science Lyman Hannah, Manufacturing 5 Construction Carl Harlan, Speech Pathology Carrie Harris tDuncanJ, Criminal Justice Edward Harris, Educational Media Services 29 Hat Joseph Hatfield, Arts 81 Sciences William Hauser, Modern Language Oscar Hawksley, Biology John Haydu, Art Myrtle Hayes, Business Education Dale Helmick, Counseling Thomas Hemphill, Power 8 Transportation Montague Herlong, College Skills John Hess, Biology Walter Hicklin, Physical Education Harold Higgins, Safety Robert Higgins, Psychology Charles Hinerman, Biology Carrie Holland, Physical Education Neal Holmes, Chemistry Richard Holmes, Library Frederic Homan, Music Charles Honeywell, Educational Media Serv John Horine, Power Sr Transportation Merle Howard, Financial Aids James Hudson, Teacher Education James Huff, Security Dean Hughes, English Jacqueline Hultquist, Teacher Education Gerald Hunton, Safety Marie Ice, Education John lnglish, Pulic Relations Russell Ireland, Power 8- Transportation Mel Jenkins, Graphics Jeffrey Johannesmeyer, Continuing Education larry Johnson, Mathematics Orval Johnson, Academic Advisor Herbert Jones, Safety Larry Jones, Business Education Patricia Kamerman, UHS Charles Kelly, Mathematics Robert Kennedy, Mathematics Edward Keseman, Graphics William Ketcherside, Psychology MA Khan, Business Eloise Kibhie, Library Robert Kindrick, English Tom King, CMS-TV Truman Kirschner, Criminal Justice Franklin Koch, Music Clair Koons, Teacher Education Alverado Kysar, Military Science Jack Landers, Manufacturing 84 Construction 30 , S- -in l 4 at S' l L. 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Miller, Teacher Education Phyllis Miller, Home Economics Steven Mills, Biology Patricia Minnis, Lab School Perry Mock, Business 8- Economics Robert Mock, Power 81 Transportation 31 Mon Richard Monson, Art Winston Moflan, Academic Advisor Clark Morton, Continuing Education Clifford Morton, Safety Sheia Moss, Education Bill Mudd, UHS Lorraine Munger, Home Economics Ann Ness, Academic Advisor Beuia Neuhart, Lab School Ruth Newman, Home Economics Edith Nichols, Teacher Education Peter Nichols, Sociology John Nold, Earth Science Arthur Norton, Accounting 8. Finance Thomas Odom, Military Science Robert Ohrenherg, Secondary Education Larry Olpin, English James 0'Malley, Counselor Education Gregory Onstot, Alumni Eugene Oshima, Biology Vincent Oxley, Manufacturing 81 Construction Doris Parkman, Recreation William Parmley, Business Minnie Patrick, Academic Advisor Frank Patterson, English Clarence Pearce, UHS Elois Pelton, Physical Education William Peter, Education Warren Pettigrew, Academic Advisor Robert Pierce, Business 8 Economics James Pilkington, Physical Education Frederick Pinne, Business Riley Pittman, Sociology James Postlethwait, Admissions James Pullen, Counseling Trudy Quibell, Education Milford Quimby, Agriculture Edwin Quistorff, Music Allen Ramsey, English Kathleen Ranson, Education George Reid, Accounting 8. Finance William Reid, Home Economics Fred Reuter, Safety Harold Reynolds, Art Charles Rice, History Don Rice, Special Education Vernon Richards, Military Science Cecil Richardson, Agriculture 32 u in , iii , ,' me 3 ,rin jg. .T-E... Syl Robert Richardson, Criminal Justice Floyd Riebold, Psychology Fred Rietbrock, Education Virgil Riggs, Criminal Justice Kenneth Robb, Placement Eugenia Roberts, Financial Affairs Kathy Robinson, Nursing Sally Robinson, Nursing William Rose, Agriculture Jack Russell, Academic Advisor Robert Ruth, Continuing Education Philip Sadler, Education George Sample, Art Harold Sampson, Graduate School Hal Sappinton, Electricity Anne Savage, Lab School Rosalie Schell, Library Steven Schoen, Production Photography Phyllis Schoonover, Business Education Twila Schomaclier, Nursing Gerald Schrag, Mathematics Robert Schwartz, English Edward See, Theatre Robert Seeley, Chemistry Neal SeilJD. 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Transportation Robert Tompkins, Physical Education Richard Tossell, Safety Larry Treu, Physical Education Wesley True, Music Alfred Twomey, History Ronald Tynes, Financial Affairs Robert Ulrich, Safety William Vacek, Manufacturing 81 Construction Harold Van Cleave, Agriculture Harding Veigel, Safety Peter Viscusi, History Jack Vittetoe, Teacher Education Robert Vogel, Geography Clifford Vogen, Speech Pathology Gary Waisner, Graphics Albert Waite, Agriculture James Waite, Political Science Floyd Walker, Physical Education Donald Wallis, Electricity Nancy Walters, Counselor Education Lee Weir, Graphics Lin Welch, Speech Pathology John Whitehead, University Union Lowell Whiteside, Teacher Education Hugh Williams, Music Miles Williams, Political Science Ernest Wilson, Industrial Arts 81 Technology George Wilson, Economics Harold Wilson, Psychology James Wilson, Accounting 81 Finance Paul Winans, Counselor Education Jerry Winsor, Speech Communication Sandra Wolfe, Continuing Education Harold Yinger, Physical Education Karolyn Yocum, UHS Rita Youmans, Home Economics David Young, History 34 .V ,Q II I . , . c,,I,,.I, ,W , 17? 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The complex will house an impressive list of areas including: an indoor swimming pool, handball courts, and a large multi-purpose playing area surrounded by an indoor track, with seating for 9,000 to 11,000 depending on the event. - fi ' Tfiiliizu :ff cififiygl 'Y-JI The completion of the Multipurpose Buildings exterior made it possible for work to continue inside during the winter. 4 l Workman finished renovation during fall on the Morrow Building which boasted a modern interior after the work. i - 1 L f' 53- 94 J vzxexfriv'-'ii . X -.1:'.'.-'rl The total Multipurpose Building complex when completed will house many facilities for CMSU students, faculty and staff. . . M 1 -.zfzw -2. ,- , WM- 55!5:35:f7K- T-ff:-'31-I1 U' ' 1'-1 Jgviig' ' all Xl tk W ..A. , . A -u h .. J.-'..-z. IJ... I:-Q-VT. b. I -4.2.4 ,' . A , . :,,:5,'f,.:.,. Q A ,cn-3,6-'A'-,.-.-.I V- J. HH' :....,,, - ,-1HP'2iv- , ,Zu-. Q :fag Q 'fri 'P- ga- : fy. . -. g"Q' ' 'AXA' 17:1 'x 'vi- .. .v- 4,1 fair' ...iii , , . 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' fu' 'U l.. ., qmlbn JN T Y if Q'bw,,!Uj,,.,- . WP xr w mfg",-'.:2Z - 'V ' 'iv Q: ' ' , 'gf ,A . , V H, W ,uv 3, A' ' 5 r - X mn. ,f QQ. I 4 ff'fV xv is PM A ly Q M., .' Us 'W sf? A , ,wig E- 1 L56 A "if x .+H.... 0. of uf - frz my ,.,,f" 1' F CIVIS-TV Student participation is the key to success for CMS-TV. Working as either volunteers or for university credit, the students are responsible for all aspects of program- ming-producing, directing, camera running, and introducing new show ideas. Cablecasting over seven hours weekly, Channel 7 presents programming ranging from Captain Duck to Action 7 News, from Quiz Bowl to Black Seeds. Sports coverage has expanded to include more road football and basketball games as well as coverage of llllules baseball. Through CMS-TV, CMSU students provide invaluable enter- tainment and news to Warrensburg, Knob Noster, and sur- rounding areas. ie x megan, ' x l""' 5 .sw It Quiz Bowl featured students from organizations on campus in in- tellectual brainstorms. Al 'x - Y fur ,row xlnlifw l' , . 'G 9 1 ,vii if if in I program. The message wheel reminds CMS- TV viewers of imporlanl events aside from regular cablecasting hours. The International Club discusses various customs and aspects of living in foreign countries on its KCIVIW-FIVI Ralprr StoKrQrlTgLeosch, and Harold Adams Weather wire Bra-if --" ,.-,dn-' 1 K-wwf ',:, Mark Davis and Kent Nelson F Melody DaNlour ,-,1--1 i W :HQ Kent Nelson Dennis Nelson "New" best describes the atmosphere surrounding KCMW-FM, the radio voice of CMSU. lerry lllledley, KCMW's new station manager, works with the student staff concentrating on its news and public affairs depart- ment, striving to provide the best in-depth reporting. With an increase in power to 100,000 watts last October, the radio station has increased local newscasts to over 250 per week. KCMW is one of the few college stations which subscribes to the Associated Press wire service and one of the few stations anywhere which has a direct national hook-up to the National Weather Service. ln addition, KCMW is affiliated with National Public Radio enabling the station to receive British Broadcasting reports and giving them access to reporters throughout the world. The station itself is active on the political scene having interviewed President Ford during his Kansas City appearance for fund-raising last fall and is preparing for coverage of the Republican National Convention, in Kansas City, the summer of 1976. H0 lVlECONIlNG QUEEN Kay Pryne Alpha Gamma Delta Princess 'Teresa Hloehn i I Princess Shairon Kreissier il A ' lane Blankenship Nattinger-Bradshaw Lambda Chi ,Alpha Delta Zeta '.f l 1 ' . .-.V r Teresa Bnchhorn A A ' Maggie Connell A A iKim Dollus aSigmafKappa ' Alpha Xi Delta Sigma Sigma Sigma 1 V . Debbie Kremer . Connie Loesch Brenda Taylor Sigma Phi Epsilon , Alpha Omicron Pi ' Theta Chi i I.-va if ,v , Y? .4 ,, , X -.1 Skfx.. I xx., ., " Lf' w 1 'I 1 G9 ! Homecoming ka Mi N r f"A..Q1-..' ' v. ,, mm M ' Y - ffl 'H 47: fx" s "Pitt v- 4' 1- ftriffiffwi ' 1, ,mm-2, 1 1 fi- :- A nf? 'I 'Q ug .ugw 'WQZX '-- 'Q .- . lf df- F' . Liw . W, 2 . :L "F ffm-r E"f'g, - 'IPI I 14' ' 2:55 I' .5 52 - fm -25? B " vi '- , - H 113 54, - 5-few . , 1' ,-:.35f,5u,,y W X - WW 5- ' ' ' ' V V V a e r - Q . i 3, K 5 L V A W , iw.. 1, ...df 632215221 gi we , 51 fa ., su fm: w W 52 R Roscoe, CMSU mascot, may lack in size in comparison to the typical Missouri mule, but he definitely does not lack in those virtues so admirable in mules: meanness, stubbornness, and orneriness. Sponsored by the Sigma Pi fraternity, Roscoe is the most faithful four- legged fan the CMSU football Mules have on the field. Roscoe is led to Ver- non Kennedy Stadium for each Mules football game from his home at the University Farm. Roscoe usually knows when he is going to a football game when some of the more familiar fraternity members approach him. Even so, they still have to chase him. Roscoe's escapades have included jumping a four-foot fence, wander- ing into a residential area, and an occasional trip to the campus. The fraternity bought Roscoe in 1964 for a mascot at the Mules foot- ball games. Roscoe has established himself as being quite ornery: kicking, nipping, and generally being uncooperative. When Roscoe has been un- successfully ridden at football games, he was a halftime show in himself. CMSU is one of the few area universities that has a live mascot and the fraternity should be commended for their efforts in acquiring a mascot capable of inspiring Mules fans as well as keeping his handlers on their toes with a typical mule personality. -Janis Kincaid Dark Serenity solitary sheathed in a breath of wind lost in a dark down of comfort feather thoughts float in air pools dawn sleeps but is not long in waking Sharon Blankenship Photographed by lay Gray , Y- I X li X, "Cities Reflection by Denise Miller. 3 .f rf .I :'alQ"7'1 if , 'Wu-'vi'Q. . A 1 Q ,ff y . jg 3 j ' Y . .7 X N , xi 81, J -5 1 1 ' J I s r H I ' ' v--ga...4 . Il 3 1 ' 4 I 'lj J. - "Under City Streets" by Patrice Jones. 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The parade consisted of over 144 units, including 43 high school bands, and was highlighted by an old prairie schooner such as those found on the Oregon Trail during frontier days. Thousands of students, faculty, and alumni crowded the stadium as game time approached. A multitude of sights met the eye: bright banners, enthusiastic cheerleaders, myriad of mums, the glitter of bands, and Roscoe in the end zone. Spectators watched a massive pre-game show, a queen being crowned, and the Mules marching to another victory. Homecoming-a day to enjoy old friends and good times, a chance to share old memories, but also a time to build new ones. -Kathy Rooney Leaves grow on trees like darkness ff'-----'5"1 . J' , quickly 'Jil '----- srlently i V., ii, addmg beauty to Q Q by I my 'Q fresh '. . ". 1, -f ' H' 5 is A I I U . , Q. . I I ' '12 ',i6k3 . r QL 5,1 Sprung days. A -A u 3 ragga A ' f-if In X ' ' g ,,, Janet Wiglesworth ff 5 ff 5 4. 'P-gg? V f hh .r.A U X l S S, i ' 5' 3? S5 " rl P-xg K, ' 4 -, 1 lf Q11 ' M---,!, :.' My , , r tif ,'A1 .a 13:-5 N E. lf L+ IX' . L AQ.. 'ff' sf 'QQRI 1 . ,I 4. X 'hr' . ' ,F V A e." l Aff Y s ' ., -.::4, 5 "Alert" by lan Hawks. "Mustangs" by Dennis Lohe. Awakening The fingers of the trees stretch and crack their knucklesg sleepy Winter melts into May. Barbara M .Ne u i iijaxx I m S Nfx N 'T' 1 ,...g Il. ' 467 . V' ' X7 'Tm-. " I , ,- 'A .gy-'X , . 1 if ws- B. N e w A VC., . .. 494-17: 'fm , . .. . . xg' I -rid ,J I I ie, - .. -ff B xr, . ' - - -U U- AZ'- e H lf""z.! Y., , ' -' -' -fix", 7' , 521. ,- 7-1 K f- f l I fr T- .' - ld,- ' ,iiff ' '5 ""i7 if9 ,1 " , ., 2-. L,- ' -"lf" .. 517 K , fniga g Qcjl , AQ - I . - . .g. 2: ,. -fxffr -it fy, M ,Mug wma, J . I 1 ' 4f:Q.iQiI5i:kg:g?'f1' f Ydxti - .Q '5 'ff I I "Winter Breeze" by Denise Miller. By Steven Hinck ef- 'ff' f' ,L.:Jf.1.: , ,A fl fl . ,I ui' - Y' reveal" wg it Under the direction of Tom F. Scahill, the fall dinner theatre, "lf You Remember . . . Then Follow" opened to audiences who will remember the various illustrations of love. The musical revue is a relatively new theatrical form providing entertaining evening of songs, without a script, bound together by a theme. The theme and the content are limitless ranging from a salute to a composer to a philosophical thought. This revue showed the varied sides of love and how, through pain and living, we grow and mature. A , If You Remember Then Follow Life ls a Puzzle Life is a puzzle Fragmented Into pieces as days are part Marred By the conflict of unknown The puzzle is in a display ca For everyone to see People pass by To observe what you will be Ignorance is the lock Trust is the key Love is the force that makes Life is a puzzle But a picture in time. Jack Barrows s of years fears sg .- ' PM 5931 eq. 1 1 sham -I' 'I if S9 mga, I3 Ns 259, . 1 get . T ll 3 5 N,- Al . L ' T I 42 . xy .N 5 f . . 9? .V 15. 5 . ' R .. X K' y if .. -3' .s. A f P X9 -'WJ .. 3--V. A- W? lx..-.Ii . ' V T , X' " l- f? flux vez., 4.53. my-Qi. uf - 1. r- mmf, gwciiz ii in' b' a 2 P QE z. as 3: a in s in , P- -P g :IFE .kniiif 12- '.' I if N: K4 , . "The Time ol Your Life" by Chris Shaw. Photographed by Scott Gunderson. 11 - - - - I - 41" Lrlk 7 ' r xx-X' D RH - -. - ,.,,ff3' in xii. Ilfzni, -vvifjffgz. I A,, U w A! 5 A Y 7 V ,i 'i, :FI 'D' -.., I . D Xi -Ii N AN Qui b if 'Iv -- D . ' ,-' .5 , ' . ,, 'T' " "" ' ' ,Q , 5-, .' f 5 . 1 N , 51' I: --1, : 5 I 1 ..,-v N.. F YF' rx , rqxil-avf isvcgigqj n X, ww., 1 , V! N X E -Jw 2:-J' 'fl . N ' -,.1:.-4 . ggi. 1- -, 1 41' 'alfa A ' ' 'f' m -:milf-,X ' V' ix Elf' , .. T -,.-f'm'5" . ' J, I .N V ' , , I :--'. 47' 4 H is :,' my fy fr fix,"5QfQ?i?'?'faArif, if Q, XA-siERr3i'i..1' W "1 5 y ggi . - Q , 'Q ii? ,, ,..l, 1 1 I .M fi wsifif' . yu I r l I 1 "Carl EIIer" by Dennis Lohe. "Dead Serious by Dennis Lohe. .---X Tig :S 4 Nfl: Fig- "Stevie" by Theresa Scott. i " li ' A - -. 1 K- ' - P . -f - ., . .. . . - . ' v '-F n 1 X'-1 4 li -ge 3 . g 4 Joseph Kesselring's Arsenic and Old Lace was the fall term production of the CMSU theatre department. Directed by Dr. lames Highlander, the play .entangled the hilarious deathly adventures of two kindly old ladies with their three nephews: a recently engaged, bastard playwright, a Boris Karloff-faced gangster, and a stair charging eccentric who has illusions of be- ing Teddy Roosevelt. The elderly ladies, through their assistance to lonely old gentlemen, manage to fill their basement with an even dozen corpses as a result of sipping their tasty, yet fatal, elderberry wine. Ups, W -'M 5 -1 , f I .vffltfz-I 5 l .li- Arsenic And Old Lace Blood Drive 17 Seconds "Every 17 Seconds Someone Needs Blood," was the pulling point of the Winter Campus Blood Drive, held January 27-29, in the Union Ballroom. The Red Cross Blood Drive, previously sponsored by ROTC, was undertaken as a service project by Gamma Sigma Sigma, a two-year old service sorority. Sponsoring the drive was a big iob to handle. lt included handling publicity, distributing information, and registering and screening of possible blood donors. Sponsors and donors alike can feel a sense of satisfaction from the worthwhile project they contributed to as 467 units of blood were given during the three day drive. A plaque was awarded to Beta Sigma Psi for the highest number of donors. Water World Thirsty soul drink renewal Baptized by new love. Water flows over coral-colored skin Fanning brown seaweed. Sounds do not pervade, Only presence. Come into my water world. Bathe me with your eyes. Joyce Kinkead By Chris Shaw A-1 ii rf' H Ayr i' Mx ' N, ., 'ri i 7 f , Y , f I Photographed by Thomas Coyle. Photographed by Diane Famuhiner J, I if I I Xl' l in e l fffgffia 1. jdsl ,--W ix- "1 jf-A 1 X fill if , unfit: v, fi Q V A f f - all ' 1, U'Yf'tg I ' , ' Vff' 'I fffgli xt, f' if Q i Q X . 4 7 N 'Ii 1 xl - I Walking Place by Jo Thainhill. Sunflakes flakes of them light- ly make quilts patches drifts shiver- ing bright while earth murmurs sprouts sparrows and little things fallflakes blanket her spine tickle bristle hair she stifflegged staggers yawns shakes her drowsiness weary back arches wakes to warm of all falling pieces David Baker Photographed by Steven Hinck. Dorms "Turn that '7bSgtf"8f"thing off!" "Wonder what's for dinner tonight? l hope it's a steak night!" "My roommate is so messy that I'm about to throw her out!" Ah, the sounds of dormitory life. There's nothing like it in the world. To all of you whose fate it is to live in those buildings with hyphenated names-to you, the dormies-this page is dedicated. This is to all of you who have come home to rooms decorated in early toilet paperp to all of you who have lost quarters in those monsters they call Coke machines, to all of you who have shared your closets, your bathrooms, your lives with those delightful creatures known as roommates. Any upperclassman will tell you that the dorm is the best place for all freshmen to get used to college hard knocks. From the first time you lug everything you own up those endless flights of stairs until the last time you drag them down again for summer vacation, you will have earned several of these knocks. But, you may ask, why do we stand in line three times a day for food, wait forever for a chance to use the telephone, and fight tooth and nail to get our laun- dry in one of those few precious machines? Because the dormitories do have their advantages, too. They are situated close enough to the campus that fifteen minutes is all you will ever need to get where you are going. They are a great way to meet people, especially for freshmen. They are very conducive to study. The 3 -5. """E2Sne-Q S-Ns dorms also place responsibilities on you that you may not have had before. Where else do you have to make your bed every morning-or at least every room inspection day? Where else do you have to do your own laundry every week-unless, of course, you have an obliging roomate? Actually, dormitories make you appreciate things you probably never appreciated before, such as mail and elevators. Thanks to dorm life, you learn to enjoy things that before you might have taken for granted. -lill Mackey l?" 5 .r . 13' .vf" ' H .'.+.Vaz 1: ,445 gf.. . ,,.,r"" I ,,- -.a',...-fa, 553'-4:-.-,"-' North Vind by Theresa Scott S ,lfvf xi 7' z',, A"-:xx 1 .NNWWQ EQ - X Q"'vM'm ff r Jyygyk ik NX A34 .nn By Marlcic MPLQQKA Zfi Cgidff , "Placid" by Rick Koepping. By Daniel Kabeie lust what does the night life in Warrensburg have to offer? Yes, we have grown, indeed. We've gone from Dog 'N' Suds to Pizza Hut, Mr. "S" to Taco Ticop and the grazing fields have finally mutated into Sirloin Stockade and TA-DA . . . McDonalds! ' The ever-popular Draw of '67 fame has broken the Rhicter scale almost every night since Barney scratched his name on the windows of the little tavern across from the court house. And who can spend an evening without a visit to the Sonic? Whip in and whip out, then take a trip to loe's, "Home of the Warrensburger." But what is it that makes Warrensburg unique besides Old Drum? Shakespeare nailed it when he said, "The people make the town." With over 8,000 CNlSU students and more than 13,000 "townies," our community has been shaped into dozens of little sets where folks have gone out to find their own fun. Take the freshman, for instance-away from home perhaps for the first time. The guys explore every avenue for new and exciting experiences, getting lost a few times before slowing down and the young coeds keep the night hostess hopping. The confident sophomore, with a year's experience, knows all the hot- spots. Perhaps, he or she will join the Greek set. There are more parties and more upperclassmen to keep everyone's get-up-and-go going. The procrastinating iunior figures he only has one more year of serious partying left before he has to start thinking about opening a few textbooks. He's tired of the old stomping grounds and sets out to discover new premises, only to return to his old familiar territory. The weary senior is a member of the Thursday night "just one" bunch who goes downtown once a week for a single draw, then runs home to bury himself in his books. By now, he's a bit shakey and wants to make sure all loose ends are tied up so he can leave by the end of spring term. We hear so many complaints through our four year stay about there's nothing to do here, and yet it seems it always turns out like the woman's closet where she has nothing to wear. -Ginnie Bargfrede Night Life l Photographed by Scott Gunderson. By Chris Shaw City Rain Shining wet Dark sidewalks Hurried footsteps disturb the night's solitude A car passes Wipers swinging in unison Tires hissing at the pavement Dull red lights disappear around a corner More footsteps Two dark figures approach each other Heads lowered Each aware of the oncoming Stranger They meet and pass each other With a sidewise glance A flicker' A brief meeting Each embarrassed for having looked at all Footsteps continue The silhouettes move apart Thoughts linger behind But soon melt away As the soft rain descends Upon an empty street - I Will" by Rick Koepping. David Moore By Janet Shueltheiss "1776" Hatches American Eagle l John Adams Adams and Jefferson quibbling over who will write Declaration, with unwilling delegates in the chorus line. Adams being obnoxious to Pennsylvania delegate The ever reading lefterson. "1776" raised patriotic spirit in the audiences of two packed performances on January 15. The musical presented the actions of the Continental Congress who met in Philadelphia during the hot summer months. Not only were the days hot, but so were the debates held on the question of independence. The characters are presented with definite personalities. John Adams, who is obnoxious and disliked, fights for his idea of freedom, while Benjamin Franklin, always the compromiser, calms him down. Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, is shown as a contemplative man who is always pining for his beautiful bride. "1776" aptly captures the feeling of this important event. More important, the audience has seen the founding fathers, not as gods, but as human beings with human flaws. "1776" brought the Spirit of '76 closer to the Spirit of the Bicenten- nial as the British egg hatched an American Eagle. Lee l Jefferson's wife sings her husband's attributes. l' I if Jefferson Franklin calms down the ensuing fight Steamboat's A Commin' This year's Steamboat Springs and Breckenridge ski adventures mark the eleventh season for the CMSU ski club's increasing popular sport. With an average of sixty percent of the students and faculity being novice skiers on every trip, the over 250 people who attended both the Steamboat Springs and Breckenridge trips ranged all the way from those who had never strapped on a ski boot to those who "shoosted" down Steamboat's difficult slopes with the grace of lean Claude Kelly. This was the fifth year for the club to return to Steamboat with its constant "champagne powder" and near perfect conditions for skiers of all capabilities. Future trips will undoubtedly increase in number of participants who continually find excitement in the cold snowy mountains of the Colorado Rockies. -1 t, , ive, 'tx i fm' intl ai 'Q .L V' he r naught ,tt f if i t . ,at . -Q L S E. A ..-ri -A , iv t ' ' I i , . , , , ij F e 5531.9 t t "Rythm" by Connie Emmel. i 'i X v 1' 1,11 Mlfxuxug .H- "Midnight" by Theresa Scott. 1: 4--ff' "Dance With Death" by Patrice Jones i 75 X19 QI Il.- By Larry Lierman ff? S I - l 1 g 1 I By Larry Lierman By Randy Love FlI'I8lS A sense of impending doom settles in. Everyone you see is mumbling and wearing a glassy-eyed look. The sky seems grayer and even the birds are afraid to disturb the dismal quiet. lust as you are about to scream in frustration, you realize-it's time for final exams again. Like a lot of other disasters, finals come upon us no matter how hard we try to avoid them and few of us are ready when they make their arrival. On the last day of classes, it hits. Suddenly, some students realize that their grades may be in grave danger unless some serious studying takes place and on comes a flurry of activity. English students buy books that were assigned three weeks ago, physical education majors practice frantically for skills tests, and students looking for quiet crowd the library. Meals are skipped and sleep becomes a thing of the past. Staying up all night is not pleasant, but in extreme cases of procrastination it is often necessary. For some it has become a permanent part of the final exams experience. All over campus, heads begin to nod and definitions jumble together as the wee hours of the morning approach. When the time for the first final arrives, students trudge to class, stop- ping at the Union for a final cup of coffee before the execution. Then, with a brave smile, they march off with a blue book tucked under their arm, hope hidden in their heart, and confusion etched in their brain. For two hours they struggle to remember facts, figures, causes and effects, and theories. Sometimes their eyes start to close and pencils drop as slumber threatens. After the tests, the tiredness starts to slip away. There is a tinge of blue in the sky. A friend suggests going downtown that night and the invita- tion is readily accepted. lust wait until next term. -Debbie Thorp 1 iii. . i A - M I- ' -3- -1:1--R 4 A-... KafhfYH.50Y'9 . Melanie Cashmark Lynda Fisher Beverly Franklin Monica Haliaker Alpha 0m'Cf0f1 P' Ph' Sigma Epsilon Todd Hall Alpha Phi omega Delta upsnon Stevie Hottle Ruth Hutson Marilyn Jones Kathy Keck Robin Langford Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Sigma Sigma Yeater Hall Beta Sigma Psi Houts-Hosey . il 'fi 2 Connie Loesch Connie Peyton Diane Ravellgftg Donna Rippley Joyce Robinson Alpha Kappa lambda Alpha Sigma Alpha Fitzgerald Hall Tau Kappa Epsilon Alpha Phi Alpha Xia- fa I 2 . - ' Kathy Rooney Betty Schanzmeyer JoAnn Schicker Nancy Simmons Cheryl lisell Sigma Phi Epsilon South Yeater Nattinger-Bradshaw Hall Theta Chi Delta Zeta Carole Woltliamp Alpha Gamma Delta l l i Becky Elkin, Queen Becky Elkin 1976 Rhetor Queen Pam Miller, 1975 Rhetor Queen, with the assistance of Julie Wells, yearbook editor, crowned Becky Elkin as the 1976 Rhetor Queen during the intermission of a jazz con- cert featuring Ed Shaughnessy and his "Energy Force Band." Miss Elkin, represen- ting Sigma Tau Delta, was one of a record- number' of twenty-four candidates in the competition. The judging was done by a pan- el from the campus and Warrensburg com- munity and based on poise, intelligence, and their ability to converse on university life and current events. Kathy Bolt of Independence and Linda Ryder of Kansas City rounded out the court of Miss Elkin who is from Columbia. Miss Bolt represented Alpha Xi Delta and Miss Ryder represented Sigma Kappa. l Kathy Bolt, Princess Linda Ryder, Princess i 3 3, ,, LVIREY 69' , , IJYIR The Coronation Concert, which featured the crowning of the 1976 Rhetor Queen, was played by Ed Shaughnessy, the Tonight Show drummer, and his "Energy Force Band." Although filling in for the Stan Kenton Orchestra at the last minute, the "Energy Force Band" provided a night of colorful jazz, with the attraction of electric drums, for the enthusiastic music lovers. The band also participated in a Jazz Residency on February 6 for CMSU band members and on February 7 for seventeen area high schools. 1 .L l .. .........l................-...., vl --Tl - v 5 -r .. 'U fl Nancy LaRose Miss Missouri 1975 Achieving the coveted honor of reigning as Miss Missouri for 1975 and having the opportunity to compete in the Miss USA Pageant in Niagara Falls are indeed accomplishments. A CMSU coed did exactly that in a triple crowning pageant in coniunction with the Kansas and Nebraska contests. Fifty con- testants from each state vied for their respective titles on a basis of six events: swimsuit and formal modeling, panel discussion, im- promptu, personal intenriew, and personal statement. Nancy LaRose, a speech and theatre major, said she certainly has a great love for the state and will strive to be a good represen- tative of Missouri. ln the Miss USA Pageant, she had the honor of be- ing chosen one of the ten finalists in a field of fifty girls. As Miss Missouri, Nancy toured throughout the state, reigning over special events and ceremonies, thereby having the opportunity to see many of the highlights of Missouri. -Gene Moyers w , C EN m O R S 'ff A 'lf' V. ,. . i'f:22:iu1 1,1 'slay I I.. f :IU ,A r . rl ll X J . , , ll H ' I H. ' ul A. z r 0' 7' "' f It -1 Q A nr' ,ll . , ' A is "" rr " H Il, Elizabeth Aaron ,mn -, 9 Denise Ackmann Cora Adams if f"'Jg T Janet Aiken , 'Z lfiwrl M i lg, War V- Jigs! 44 l 1 f 3 7' i lt' ui 'Y ,L L4 ,, :ij r l ' 'f '-I '11 J r r ' .in l la D fs. l 'i A J ' WF if it 'rw my l 2: Y w ill A f" 'li ' Q' , i i l 2 'fwgfw l 1 5 ' . V fl S -, K 'Y , , , all" I " rr ,r M:-r -Le r , -r xVllE"" 'f if if ii' Jerald Aeby Gil Ahart ' V - :ff - .1 i f " Y !',x '- '-3 9 W-LA 'RM L e r 4' A ill., , W' . If 1' 4-1' l' "" " , : 1.2 -,ir .jf 3 i H 5, 1 21' if -. -- Earl Anderson Ti .' is iw qu ' rf, l S xl Cindy Arello Keith Anderson .JA ' W XS '1 . .Fw .lquyr Beverly Armes Ted Auschwitz Kenneth Bagby Samuel Anderson David Adams Jeanne Adams ' r 1 , ill f ,i l, mul , , fl' ,fu Y , 1" 'Q .5 r ia Ar.: ,L ' ' rl' .K . ,if , + A i "vu H. '-P' :Ffa - Lg . ,I if -'W f- 1, 1-:rf,,z'r1,gr" .,. ,, ,Z-r H5 ' Winn: ' .Li2u4:3.?fi," John Aldredge Curtis Anderson Habibur Ansari Nancy Appel - tif? .. .Q-.EV ,., 'S' r r.. ' i l ,4"fff:4s ff? y I . As sgfviff 1 if .N A I . x- Kathleen Arnold . r., 5. 1 'Rl'-, T ,. 4 .':,k-- 55551 T'23Eaf:1,'41 4-tisixggfef ' :xtfuff ':.f fiiffiff fqlkld 'i 7 4. V ho- ha , L -H ' , qw: -If I 0 l . ,,, , - , -':txo':-S . . ,fr .-:- C 'J 5K ': -. A L, :L 43-en F - ' A ' . ' xjnfglf ' r -'2 ,. : ' Carolyn Bagnall Merle Arthur Denise Ashby , L 4 0 Roy Bailey Debra Baker 83 Nancy Baker William Baker Loretta Barlow Renee Barr . he, Y . ',r if 'WB . ij i I I l 5 4 l will ll " Hiigi ' 4 J a 1 ii ,-- , . - L, I lsli -, fa if il. I Bi Terry Bartshe Raymond Bass Dennis Baumgarden Nasrin Baz-Shoushtari -V . y yl- Zf B -as A Sharon Becker Susan Becker Suzan Bales , ig. It rg M 'a ur' , ,llM ',l. -:Z-V A: 35.4 5 Thi i ' 'ri i'il.!5L1 ,i,'j.S-53.1 i V J- , 'l ,or ZZ. i -f.LPfP1.- Src-missin!! Patricia Banderman ff A- l , M Q. l .TT "', Y' , 51-. ii , 1 Paula Barry Kathy Barth ' rt ' '-.5 'E A l A .oil 1 ii 7 1 iii ' r ' WL ir- , W rrr L. , William Bast William Batke Connie Beach Tom Beatty , ia? nf' i I H-.isa Marilyn Bell Q Ab - 1 W W iw' M 4 fl . Ml r- A J F " """ ,'.. Karen Belsky Ginnie Bargfrede '. gi 'V , I r r.. ' H'--'4-. -. . .p ff . l. EJ4' 'v ' 1 i" 'f Rx 1 1 J X I 5 r , 1, 'a 2 . i I VW 5 r. Hb . F94 I ,1 1 i n 7 i. '12 l l 1 f' ' . 2 -5 x Af' " ' Barbara Bartholomew , s V i. I Wir r -, . P 3. M X X v ,, Y. 11 g-'ei , if- lc' l ii , 'I qi 1. E 'Ill zijn P. i. .. mr l T l l X. l Catherine Battles 3 f Elgrir Q -N All i. li 2'v,?':r' X 1 el' ll S rrrrr S V iii I fifty' E r laculin Beck hw. ,Q VU? M, 'asf' . Y , ,Hu ' nr ." .. X in M -L Deborah Berning fr F 1 Q,- 1 1 1 fi ' 1 Il " ' l 1 1 4' 4 W1 1 ., -, 4, 4 I ' -9 ' '4 J: 57 f i-'J .1 ,.g"g'iz-4"'f,, , --1 A , ,.1, jf, 1.9.-j ' ' v :H :'- . . 1 5 1-.11 1 11 1 --.,.e.1 v 1 1 ef 1 1 ' 1' BW 1 1 r1 Z ' 'V 1 H 1 , X 1l l r 4. J, -er fp ME. ly, H A .,. A 5 nw? V D, Qgifi 5 ' 5. , 1 ' ' ' .J 1 .. 1 E' Janice Blakesley Ken Berra Paula Bickham Larry Binggeli Roger Bisges Douglas Boehmer 1 W 1 " .4 QQ " 1' 1 Vi, 8 l ,, sd A . Q fuss' I1 1 e Q J J 4 " l Y J 1 1 A , ,1l , .,,., 4- - A, . ., .W 1 , Pwr A 1-1 ' 4 A P P ,.- " fu " - , H A f .. 1 Q - , Q rf Mary Bowes .qme -- 1, ., Ylfkf -. , 'I '24 ' - . T gig- . : l ll k- 1:1 1 Xiu 1 "3- rz- 1" 1 1 1 1 11 1 ik I , XY l if Yh 1 -- 1 -. 1. Yi gf' uk. M. e Janet Brett Wayne Brooks - 'gi' as .- Q, , Neg.- 4 . ,X . .vg Kathy Bolt fi' ,N W- 1 VM 1 ,W J Roger Boyer Marsha Briggs , 1 1 if fi If ' 1 1 4? E1 Y V r,1,1 ,.n if A7 J. E , l x JA. 'ix-P' E Qr , Bonita Brown If ' v 1- ,, .- Q-ff - Emily Bonds Evelyn Brackman Beverely Brittain Elaine Brown Sallie Bornhauser Donald Bowerman Judy Bradley Andrea Breen . 1 -- 1 Q. ,Q '1 ,Hr V , :1" J1"?Jpri. X 1 -' 5' , , , 1 i ' 'M . .f'Bg, 'J a"06'9-' .QJOC '.. .J 0210 'Oo-gf -' .-e'.':ff::.::',f- If ' Fred Brooker Manlynn Brooks y W4 .1 ,,V. 4, U L, I i .3 Karen Brown Karen Brnwr li . if mf rw me i r' gif gs: Q 1 .. , I 5, gw X i i, ef i vhs "lf" 1 He Y I 4' l' ,fm fn.,- ii F QM I 'k.,:,f,IIe-5.3, wt wi t ll L, ri- Katherine Brown JoAnne Bruce Lynnette Brown 1- i rr G -to fe . r E-yl?,Vi,, 7I:f mn wa , .W ,. 4 -WSW J -ex' + ,Q 3' if it K i 5 , 1 yu lg- J L 2, l it ef 'A f ...fa - Charles Bryant Geoffrey Buck Neil Buckman J' FA , L Scott Burgess Joyce Burkhart Sandra Burnett 'l , ,G 'f ir X lo l l N v. l James Busby lulia Butler Ruth Butler Cindy Browne i if "rt a F FL il' 1 '1f nil! 'x , W W 5 r 1 I, , ' r .Fi .2 .. 16 :7 'ii r 11 l ,. pt I Wllm ' ,B it Q .fi i i - fi, "1 ftp i Marlyne Buell 2 " 'Fi . i L Mount Burns Gerald Call T lm 3 " r i a rid in it 2-53.7. ati David Carlile Gwendolyn Carlile Mary Carroll Ethel Carson s . , . HT, .f.f"" R I V David Brumit f . 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Fi 1' 'saw 4 A X wi f V Y .N p ' . : 1 Mary Otto lithtllii O 1 1 f Qt pl, W t K' ' nf.: h- , 5 , V 1 1 Q 1 3. +5 L-1..g,ir-Ei? 'W hi ri Mew' Q i it 1 1 I " , 5 1 ul-, I, , T i 1 ' T 1 - 1 Twin ' 1 v - l i + 1 HU nw 1. 1 lt-lg, i 1' - in eu t" dw ' , 1 f -vi , H ' . . e-aa 'er' 1 ti "-'-' . 'ul - 1 auf' W Ki' 'Il ' . 1,1 iiii :HM ' i Wynn? it it iiit at fe -,l 1 -D1 f yy if' l'tf'l4"i ' . N 1- t 1 'l at . 2 .ef Vicki Overton Judith Owen Dale Oxton Susan Palmer ,-- U L w 5' A Y l l ,I ,li A 1' H ' -V Ui I L I L 1 Ellmlii :hh ' M m U i ,l 1 r' 'eil' - 1 J a ii: T , ,,i, V ,,,. N ' 135 - ' L l M 1 1 1 4 H ill, fi Y A ' June Park Stephen Park Beverly Parnell Sue PHYSONS D9 Lynn North David Officer 'ii 5, lla t, -1: Dylzgkf wi l , , L, ani 1 rn' l Thomas Otto loan Paris " .5135-' f"'- 1 If Q n l I Q i l l est.:-hi i V55 .L H N I ,Q Y I R , Roberta Pautler ' .t".7. ,, it - W Mi l' "il, ' r ll J ., 1 1 I l Q - -firi ' ru, l ,r . 5' i Nancy Penniston J- Y. Stan Phipps c "4-Yi ., P , w 1 ,gi 'het' -fe" loel Poole I ' Robert Petty if" ,pw 1 I 1' Ve Patricia Pike . I , 5 Y 4 -Q ,v ,- Louis Portrey David Pratt - 5 . .- I A ,W 1 . v i X 1 t L" it Debbie Reardon Charlotte Pryor ,P' Connie Peyton it iCraig Piper i Richard Post Robin Pummill ,. , A V H l EM A l t MM ' -' .4 SN iIiJ"'f.- ff 4 is l 'M .. 3' r limp, vi A K Sally Pfeifer Penelope Pitcher :inlay ,, tr-'iii lllru' ' .C p . C ,J l rr - eee' "" Q. .Y V ""' J "lx -lt D. f my , - . 'A I , At., . ' n, Rex Power Nancy Quimby Marcus Redford Ann Reed Patrick Reed David Phillips l be Til , , W J f... , L e,,.,,.a tt 'tlllllmllwil i LaLaine Podkulski J Q' Wa, ,C W 3 1' 1 M . l 1 N, ' 1 , .u .: au- jj Hrw,.Jlr Mx . I f -ll . 'F' Carl Prall Diane Ravellette 5 1 V Z rl--3 fi , ' V fwjit it V1 ' H 'f Y jizvj 1 1 '7 P 7 V 1 'F' ' 1 ,V " ' 1 , . -R ' , V ' ,af 1-Qi lo Reinin HY! Q RUF' 95,53 id 1" l o st. .., r. -jr an , l r We 1 Thomas Reno Cheryl Reynolds Kris Richardson l l, I .1 " in " - K Daryl Rinne Charles Roach Elizabeth Roberts as iigljl llll ,lt A ill lilly H Q A .E- ,llrr --T- lelr li. l' i 5' ki l in lx O Joyce Robinson Lori Rockhill Kathryn Rodewald F ,ai.'!E lwg lkf . ir l l all ll' Tai r Q5 ': Kathy Rooney Debbie Rose Leslie Ross u f ff' ff , awww-1 Rini David Rugen Patty Rust Linda Ryde' OA fx., is , A 5 or it ---fra' ., - 5 .W 'Jn , I fgl HR . .P el Grant Riggins Gordon Ring Paula Robertson Homer Robinson Karen Rodriguez Pamela Rohr 5' J s A' if ,,,, .,,, , H .,," 'X limi? a i F 1 4 L' l. 5 fr John Rotert Anverali Sachedina Wesley Rowden f A Y ? r l i A - Till , E f Z . z 1 David Salmon Sherry Sampson Sandra Scarborough flliiwll ' sf., ' wvwvv' - L 'yi' ,-,i Qi . lfyg- rg -, ,K -,Q ,, '.:..1' K " in f fills.. Mark Schumacher Lynn Serwatka Karen Shelton on-in lr ,lf A-3, v . 2' 1,7 Y Debra Sanders Joseph Sang Howard Sardis .... 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I 1 'Q rf x "Hx Y lr I1 -., N ll ax X 'I -wg x'- Jaylene Shay K John Sinclair Mark Sittner SS Mahvash Soltani ,, ,,,.,, ,, i or i iillilili S f P i i l lil ll 5 ii . hifi yi . 1. I ' ini' J: i ' in A 4 Iss! v ' y V U m in Wu. lp ,ki lily in - 1' Q A ' 1 it " - , , i , lik .5 4. ' - rn My Diana Staton it-li il il i i liqll' Terry Stockton L Bradley Slusher - WW t ,trait A , Kathy Spears Dwight Stephens Nancy Stokes ,Qr:.... if - 3 1 W., wr -i M 6, " fi' .ig 4 1 to 1 li .' M V 1 . 3' .gel gi ,.:,:. --at N., i i T ' 5.125 5 Fitz?-5 , - F Q ' -vlixw Z .gamma 5' Margaret Straub I06 Richard Straw Avanell Smith of as i ,Y-I 6 . N , 'hvi-Mimi i ti ff . i 1 fr T' .f we "E i l, ' ' Carol Specht Karen Stephens 714 H' Z j ry 1 3, lp l ii 1 li xl 1. l 2 vwgfv , A'-54 l i L 'n Q' X 'r Ep 1- ' ir- ,ht A4 K -...Z Susan Stone i asv! 577' " ' 'g.- of 1 ' s . cn sq li il ' 'lt ill 'I , Va Xu-5 ll Ill Q tsp . B . ff: 'I L 15:02 Becky Streeter if i i,. 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Y i 2, ofoo V Mark Young Ted Young Cynthia Yungeberg Debra Yates Nadine Zimmerschied Y ri- David Woodruff Jerry Young Steven Zumalt F' I '1 lf' E' f ,al V E " kim L-TV' ' . at :new IL l 'J am Kill ' fi J ' For the 102nd time, graduation marks the close of another year' as students participate in commencement exercises at Central Missouri State' University. Candidates and their families fill the campus with "pomp and Sircumstancef' hearts bursting with pride, and sighs of relief. T numb fr i graduates reflect the university's growth to over 2,000 degree ompared to the State Normal School's first graduating class of eight ,Q opened its doors at Maguire and Gover Streets. in 1871. i Some will recall the day' they loaded theircars and pulledi ' "Burg" wondering, "What will my roommate be like?" Still otherit remember how they argued with themselves whether to stay in the or to go downtown. 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"'S?,,gffQ.Tig'-2--Q3:15-3: nw 313.-Srdfu ' - 14- . :- ng, ' ,'P-f-'wig'-."'w'f .fin x-f-fp'-if-, ---f -. ix fi?-1 nf' A ' -W5 . a ...w. X- I , ,, L ' lfeyfgw 2 251, 1 , 1 .,-. W . , , .,-, .1.. 1 f ' fl , , ,, wwf! Vmsrf, X lu 3 ' "H at ,, , ,LH . 7- f E :SH 1 fs - S ,. wiiifff ffiifi :sms E 1 Le lxikfff' .' F . 'K .W SL?I'l'Y 1 , r4gw.:.4 X W' , -1 ,kf'1iJ'2l.-,f - :fm-ff z,:fQsEizf , V " ' Hicklin Begins New Era A football season involves many outward signs of inner feelings: a stance, facial expressions, and team unity. CMSU Head Coach Walt Hicklin was a mirror of his team's season in his debut as a collegiate level football coach. "A coach is only as good as the people who surround him," Coach Hicklin remarked. "l'm fortunate to have some of the best." TS --5 t ilu, t - .-A 1 A sl i t i r C .7 Y 1 I" -.S-tiny ws .f s Q . v , ' I ,nw ' F 1 ' 1 -a.. . 4 L I L 1 X l I 1 l The 1975 CMSU coaching staff consisted of seven individuals working as one. fRow One? Howard McCauley, Head Coach Walt Hicklin, Bruce Polen. fRow Twol Dan Harris, Clark Kynion, Mike Brown, Bill Carter. .9's.4i?r'y."xf'tl :I ' ' . env ' fs Receiving the word from upstairs Coach Hicklin confers with assistant coaches located in the Press Box during a game. Flanked by players, Coach Hicklin ponders offensive sets and plays to try on the Mules' next possession. X ' f - , ' VK Walt Hicklin began a new era of CMSU football when he took over as head coach in luly 1975, Playing together as a team was an objective the Mules strived for. Holding hands in a huddle was a way the team pulled together for an ensuing play. 4 Cinderella Mules Win Homecoming 24-14 Senior tailback Jeff Fine squirms and fights fora few extra feet on a rushing attempt that helped add up to winning yardage in the homecoming game. g l Crossing a goal line is an exciting event for football players. For senior quarterback Ray Miller a homecoming touchdown is worth jumping for joy. Sports headlines in Missouri newspapers proclaimed CMSU as a Cinderella football team before going into their homecoming game 3-0-0. "The word Cinderella has popped up a few times and the players have kind of adopted it. That is fine with me as long as the clock doesn't strike twelve," CMSU Head Football Coach Walt Hicklin remarked before the homecoming game with Southwest Missouri State University. The Mules squelched the Cinderella talk with a 24-14 victory over Southwest who was picked in preseason polls as number one in the MIAA Conference. The win gave the Mules a 1-0 MIAA mark and set the stage for a long conference schedule. A 256 yard rushing attack and 52 yards passing for three touchdowns and a field goal was the Mules recipe for victory. Ricardo Patrick and leff Fine combined for 159 yards on the ground while Henry Mason caught two passes for 46 yards. ln all, CMSU accumulated 439 yards on rushes, pass completions, and return yardage. Faking inside and going outside, Henry Mason scampers two yards i on a reverse play. ith Y ,gi 1 CMSU fans had many things to stand and cheer about dur' ing Homecoming. -, A head for music, but an eye fora photographer, this trom- honist gets into the swing of homecoming. Jeff Fine breaks into the clear on one of the romps that added to his 71 yard total for the afternoon. Larry Austin Paul Barbarick Dennis Bartley Don Bauml Daniel Bohlmeyer Randy Boyant Bob Coates Jeff Cole John Cole Colen Comer John Conlan David Cook Dirk Corson Hershell Cox Pat Crowe Terry Culp Mark Davis John Diefenbach Mark Dynan Burt Elmore Mike Eppenauer Steve Eskew Jeff Fine Jim Fitzgerald Jack Flynn Jim Ford Rick Freeman Steve Freeman .Robert Ginavan Keith Gray Pat Gray Mark Hale Everett Hanna Mark Haynes Frank Hecksher Jay Helland Dane Henningsen Paul Hernandez Bill Hilgendorf Tim Hittler Bill Humphrey Tom Irvin Ernie Johnson Kirk Koechner Pat Luck Steve Lynch Tim Lynch Ron Lybarger Ben Madison Jerry Mann Robbie Manning Henry Mason Jim McCullough Mike McCurren Mike Mclntyre Mark McMullen Tom Michals Ray Miller Bill Mullis Chris Myers John Myers Steve Oberweather Dick Osburn Kevin Potter Mike Pudle Joel Pytrom James Quint Randy Rahe Bruce Reed Dee Robison Mark Schweiss Mark Simpson Daryl Smith Rusty Sweaney Ivan Spencer Mike Teets Steve Weigand Ken White Phil Wisbar Ken Young ,... ,, Rob Alberswerth A "tv . 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Walt Hicklin of CMSU was trying to snap a two game losing streak and Rob Hicklin of Missouri Western was trying to finish his season with a hometown victory. Rob won the battle of the brothers 24-20. A stiff defense and a fumble prone offense characterized the play of the Mules. The offensive unit fumbled the ball the first four times they touched it giving the ball to Western twice. Mules defenders Bruce Reed and Dennis Bartley rose to the occasionand stopped scores with an interception and a fumble recovery. A knotted 14-14 score at halftime was the closest the Mules came to knocking off the Mineral Water Bowl bound Golden Griffons. A school record 89 yard touchdown pass from Ray Miller to Henry Mason highlighted the CMSU offensive output. Standing in a protective pocket, quarterback John Thompson throws a low trajectory pass. 555 - 'L A Q?-2' as M' 'ilwf Si r .: -, .4 lv-Q . . X' 2,-,. 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Mules strong safety Tom Irvin drags down a Bearcat ball carrier after a short gain, CMSU wingback Henry Mason and a Northwest defender collide and grasp armsfull of nothing as the ball floats harmlessly to the ground. the Unbeaten Nationally Ranked Five weeks into the season the CMSU Fighting Mules headed for Maryville with an unblemished 4-0 record to play Northwest Missouri State University. The game was billed as the battle of the unbeaten as Northwest was 6-0 and both schools were ranked nationally in the NCAA Division ll. Maryville pleased their Homecoming crowd by handing the Mules a 30-7 loss. Two of Northwest's early scores came on miscues. A bobbled Bearcat snap from center enabled tailback Jim Solo to skirt the Mules end for 29 yards and the game's first score. The second miscue came when Northwest fullback Steve Miller was cor- nered for a short gain but fumbled into teammate lim Solo's hands for a 52 yard score. Sandwiched between the Bearcats' scores was a CMSU 50 yard pass play from Ray A e p, - , ,W 4 -A, --.K - Millerto Henry Mason. The pass toppeda58 t 4 - F t H .- A r Q, Q. W , I rm-fit '-" 'we yard, five play scoring drive. -75' Henry Mason and Rick Freeman were ?"4f:i"'Q statistical leaders for the Mules. Mason filly-2 ' -- F? ' w " L, ,ar--'.1 ,. 1 . nr ' in f 148 a d rn 'i s Feta' A53-Zvi" " - "af, - A cf ' caug' eng pastsgs orF yar s an e A ,B A A it -gsgjf, I 2, ' eam s on y touc own. reeman, senior co- ,-,, . , ' 1 . . . fi '-A-' , gl-ig Mill "' 1-'25 '-141 , .' --" -x 4 3' Qi-J captain, recorded 10 unassisted tackles in- f' ,f afi igi, -g':f'2.. ,-- -- cluding two quarterback sacks. ' H A Against Northwest the Mules managed a -- ,sl A -r.:,,-,-,,.- X., g,,a.-J.. ,J , , -iifgr 5' '.x, f'fL'f': Q." 1 2,553 - -5 if F , H ' V' f.:,, f1Q,1',L7,. C- r-?l",,,,,., - f"-we -'-,sJ'-- 'M' total of minus 23 yards on the ground but 5-,,.,, ,. A -:ri VwqiggugZasyileggta.. NK Q. g gg 'L-vw K g A B 1 gained 237 yards passing. Conversely, - on ' A diggs? ,,,4-N--. , n -,--.1 eu F .,4,-, , " A- A ,eg-, N0fthW8Sf ground out only 68 yaI'dS p8SSlfIg. CMSU senior fullback Carlos Greene eludes one tackler and looks downfield setting up other Bearcats who would try to stop this fUl'I. CMSU defensive lineman Pat Luck 027, Ken White 1903, and Ernie Johnson 1535, watch as nose guard Everett Hanna brings down a Bearcat for a loss. Pat Luck C723 penetrates through the offensive line and forces a play that Ernie Johnson C531 wraps up. II9 Mules Finish Season 5-5-0 The Mules opened their football season with four consecutive wins then began a downhill slide losing five of their next six. The team clos- ed out their 1975 season with a loss at home to Lincoln Uiversity 20-7. The loss gave CMSU and Lincoln a tie for fourth place in the MIAA Championship at Southeast Missouri State University. Northwest Missouri State University finished second followed by Southwest Missouri State University and Northwest Missouri State University who tied for third. The University of Missouri-Rolla finished fifth in the league. CMSU pass receiver Henry Mason earned first team All-MIAA honors as voted by the league coaches. He led the conference in pass receptions with 48 catches for 847 yards. Head Football Coach Walt Hicklin remarked on the season saying, "It really was a good year. I wish we could have finished the season the way we began it but the players competed as athletes and gentlemen. It was a good year." The Mules 5-5-0 overall record is the best mark a CMSU team has made since 1970 when the team went 9-2-0. Steve Obenweather takes a Lincoln defender in tow as he ad- vances a kickoff return. Positioning himself fora come-back reception, Henry Mason adds another catch to his league leading total. 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Coaching comes in various forms as viewed by outsiders. Shouts, applause, and timeouts are tools of the trade used by Dr. Millie Barnes, head women's basketball coach at CMSU. Dr. Barnes' attributes as a coach and an ad- ministrator earned her a position as Chairper- son of the Women's Olympic Basketball Com- mitte for the 1976 Summer Olympic l Games. "Our program of women's athletics, 1, ' ' not just basketball, is growing with leaps and 1 : , t 4 1 bounds at CMSU," Dr. Barnes commented. "Our ' ff ' fl, A ,V y emergence on the national level infield hockey, ft L . fl , basketball, track and other sports is proof." Jennies' Basketball Coach Dr. Millie Barnes shouts encouragement and applauds a good play from the bench. Hsu' S Timeouts are used as rest sessions by players and as Q' teaching interludes by Coach 1 Millie Barnes. CMSU lennies Defeat Iowa University in Proper warm up before a basketball game is as important as the many hours spent during the preseason practices accor- ding to Dr. Millie Barnes, Head CMSU Women's Basketball Coach. "Achieving the final touch from the free throw line can help secure a victory." Season Opener New contact lenses helped Jenny forward Michelle Holmes find the basket for 22 points in CMSU's 72-56 victory over Iowa University. The lennies' victory was the first game of their season which found them ranked in the top 20 women's basketball teams on the national level. The squad proved their national prominence by hitting 31 of 64 field goal attempts for a 4875 average. The team led by as many as 30 points during the game. Holmes, 6-0 forward, held the hot hand for the Jen- nies as she hit on 10 of 14 attempts from the field and two of two from the free throw line. Many of Holmes' points came on medium range shots that came at the end of a sharp series of passes as time was running out on the 30 second clock. The AIAW, Association for intercollegiate Athletics for Women, employs a 30 se- cond shot clock much as the National Basketball Association uses a 24 second clock. Kathy Hargrave receives an inbounds pass from Denise Toney in front of the Jenny bench during the Iowa University game. 115-l T943 wwf -z,, . j, M 1 . - A . -1 ' J 7 Q - A-Q M if af' E.. Q 1' .1 L r a f E J 1 I ' M 'E f Q , My .l 'W ,UQ 'f 1 'wh-X. V. , Q 5 f' P -xi "fe -v i 8:1 ,' 'L V1 'U ' 5 I I k N- RF' ' V-' ' 4 V ,5.:f'E,i g,,!,! :F-I X .4v!- -1 ,ina P! . ., wg. I Y E uf ,W v . W 'lg 1 .. gg , ' " it Y '+ff 9 ' Q v"'ff73'?,-1lf , i ' 'va KM m 2,1 wt '- I I if A , J, 4 L.. -' W,"41 .'- M X52 -:P V W! , .W,... . Y . :--V, 'N- u . '55 f. 'hwy 5.5. M mm LF 3. I, ,-..,. 'x ,er R in ,ma QL Un WF? I x 'L Coach Millie Barnes takes advantage of a time out to explain strategy to her t m. Trapped by two K-State players, Sandy Schneider looks for an open teammate to pass the ball to. Free in the corner, Marilyn Carlson stops and pops for two points 7 Basketball Team: CLeft to Right? Dennis Crosky, Rick Gosnell, Randy Flick, George Stevenson, Kohlmeyer, Art Stringfield, Dale Martin, Albert Lowe, Coach Tom Smith Warren Dennis, Rusty Templemire, Arnold Bray, Ted Smith, Rich Dickhaut, Gary Hooper, Mike Locker room strategy is diagramed at the blackboard by Assistant Basketball Coach Joe Rosado. 1" 'T' 11. -V J X ,za Q I " .. TP YN '- J -. , :- 73 ,. X. --i n ,x M '.,,kau,,'M M M1 J 5 ,. A-x . Y M4 "" " H W " 3' .' U , 5 49' L. 'W ' J v , F ." ur.. N .ff M , A ? A Q-J WA -a n x L,-' i.,-A vw ' - .Viva x,.M.l a " ' 2 .11 E auf ,W of ffl 3 , av X Q- VW is 1 VP a basket on a break away drive X , Th, -qu, F Q -3 Z v -.1 , 1335 -X L 4 " W-f"'v'f ' .- .xg J . JT 35? 97,5 1' 11, Ny ,xx A 'I P- 1 L A 7 'mv A M. - wx ' , .2 A wwf 'S. Jw x I I a is M' a M . .T jx H f- in -J -fur vj a W aa- 3 ' Ax 'fi A X A Sw 'wt' r lf, N X E pf' V x J. Early Season Victories Deep in the corner, Rick Gosnell eludes two defenders while waiting for his teammates to position themselves, Straining for a rebound Ted Smith manages to get a hand far enough to deflect the ball to a teammate. -21-f""" 1? A -fvs ' ff V J f J mfg -.5 1" 84- . Y Lf. -fr: Rick Gosnell plants a foot and drives hard to the basket drawing the attention of two Southern Illinois players during the MIAA Tournament. floor general The new year came early for the CMSU basketball team as they competed in the MIAA Basketball Tournament January 1-3 at Springfield, Missouri. The Mules lost the first game to Northeast Missouri State University 80-69, but rebounded against Lincoln University 84-74 and Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville 78-64 to capture fifth place in the tournament. The win over Lincoln University was the first victory since 1971 over the highly respected lefferson City team. The Mules shot an amazing 667, from the field in the game to eclipse the old school record of 6075. Rick Gosnell was elected to the All-Tournament team and was among the top 10 scoring and assist leaders. After a day's rest from the Springfield trip the Mules took on Augustana College in their fourth game in five days. Augustana defeated the Mules early in the season in Sioux Falls, South Dakota 77-66, but found themselves on the short end of a 77-67 score after the game in Warrensburg. ln the game a "four-corner offense" emerged that would soon be characteristic of the Mules. "ln a four-corner we spread everyone out and let our best ball handler try to penetrate to the basket and hit a layup or an open teammate," CMSU Head Basketball Coach Tom Smith explained. "Mostly its a good way to run down the clock if we're careful." Rick Gosnell ran the new offense recording 24 points and 10 assists. X I L ,J ? Y X :Q mx . ' my V3 .1 ' X y -x R 'X X 'C g XF ..f Av ia: bf J r t W' 0 I. '5 "" t H+ H- gf 1 ia . X Jw- ,S-I Balanced Scoring Gives CMSU Victory Over Northwest A little finger tip control is what Rich Dickhaut used to grab this rebound. High above the playing floor Ted Smith uses his 6-7 frame to direct a short shot into the basket. I Q , . pq 1 A .. 5 -A A X Driving hard to the baseline Art Stringfield looks for an open shot or an assist. Rick Gosnell's 20 points paced the Mules to a 78-72 MIAA Conference win over Northwest Missouri State University. Gosnell's output boosted his career total to 924 points with nine games remaining and placed him eighth on the CMSU all-time scoring list. Gosnell also ran his unbroken free throw string to 32 against Northwest surpassing Calvin Pettit's record of 31 set during the 1967-68 season. The Mules' fourth conference win of the season wasn't secure until late in the game when Rusty Templemire hit a free throw with one minute left to give his team a 73-70 lead. Balanced scoring was characteristic of the Mules as four players ended in double figures. Art Stringfield chipped in 15 points while Warren Dennis had 11 and Mike Kohlmeyer added 12. Rick Gosnell draws the attention of two Northwest defenders as Rich Dickhaut prepares to roll to the basket. .-w,f-,A Mm M - -.. F35-: 4 . ,. - Hair flying and legs pumping, Mike Kohlmeyer attempts to drive down the right side of the lane. Art Stringfield uses a Ted Smith pick to free himself as Rick Gosnell looks to pass the ball. When it's in your favor then turnabout is fair play. However, CMSU's 66-62 loss to the University of Missouri-Kansas City was not fair in the hearts of Mules basketball fans. The loss was part two of the home and away series played against the Kangaroos during the 1975-76 season. The Mules handed UMKC an 81-80 loss in Kansas City on a pair of free throws by Art Stringfield with no time showing. The Mules, despite being out shot from the field C4723 to 44715 in the first half, clung on to a 36-34 advantage. CMSU converted 12 of 13 free throws in the first period to build the slim advantage. ln the second half the Mules faired no better from the field and slipped at the line only hitting eight of 12. Rick'Gosnell led all scorers with 20 points with three team- mates also scoring in double figures. Art Stringfield had 14, Rick Dickhaut 12, and Mike Kohlmeyer 10. With 0:11 left on the clock the Mules came within two points, 64-62, on a pair of free throws by Rick Gosnell. A repeat of the Kan- sas City game appeared to be in the making, but time had run short on CMSU as a desperation foul netted UMKC two more points. l l i I -.. .xX I..-1-in-. 4 Apparently home free, Art Stringheld goes with his opposite hand and uses his body to protect the ball on a layup. Expressions of a First Year Coach Deep thoughts appear to be on the mind of Coach Smith as he watches his players perform. During a timeout Coach Smith drives a point across to his players. Expressions of deep thought, declarations and enjoyment are among the many masks worn by a coach. Trying his masks for the first time as a head coach was Tom Smith who took over the responsibilities at CMSU. From the outset of his duties at CMSU, Coach Smith said his team would score less but enjoy it more. "We will score about 80 points a game and play good defense," Coach Smith said before the season began. A 80-50 victory over Midland Lutheran College in the first game of the season sup- ported his statement. A disciple of lack Hartman, Coach Smitla was given the chance of coaching against his teacher when the Mules met Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. The Mules were handed a respectable 77-57 loss by the Wildcats. "I wonder if lack recognized it was his offense that we ran," Coach Smith commented after the game. "No coach will say that he'lI win over night but we will have a good program, tonight, next week or next year, but it will be good," Coach Smith stated about CMSU's future. When everything comes together even a coach can enjoy the game. Women's Cross Country The first season for women's cross-country at CMSU began in good fashion in 1975 as the lennies recorded a tie for second place in the women's division of the Mules Cross-Country Festival. Marilyn Carlson, CMSU Track and Field All-American, took the top spot in her first cross- country race. After the festival the team looked to individual perfor- mances as team members competed in numerous meets. Vicky Cartee and Ruth Vollmer finished in the top ten in the open division at the Missouri Valley AAU Cham- pionships. Freshman Chris Gammel gave an indication of her potential by winning the women's division of the Sunflower Marathon in Topeka, Kansas. The future for women's cross-country at CMSU looks bright as the first year indicated. Women's Cross-Country Team: fRow Onej Vicky Cartee, Ruth Vollmer. CRow Twoj Chris Gammel, Marilyn Carlson, Jeanne Burnett, Sandy Schneider, Hal Howser. Hal Howser leads the Jennies cross-country team in a warm up session held at Pertle Springs. 133 4 Cross-Country "Most ever and best ever," was how CMSU Cross-Country Coach Dr. James Pilkington described the awards and records that his 1975 team earned. The best ever finish of sixth place in the NCAA Division ll'National Championships and most records ever reset in a year in which the Mules went through an undefeated dual and triangular season was at the top of Coach Pilkington's mind. Rick Clear became the third CMSU double All-American as he placed 21st in the National Championships earning Cross-Country All-American honors to go along with his Track and Field All-American Certificate receiv- ed in the 1975 three mile run. A midseason highlight occurred when the Mules defeated 1974 NCAA Division ll National Champion Southwest Missouri State University at Pertle Springs 24-32. The Mules finished second in the MIAA Conference Cham- pionship to Southwest. Senior Charles Gray set a new CMSU all-time record for a five mile cross-country course covering the distance in 24:18. Five runners finished under 25 minutes for CMSU at the national championships receiving the lowest score ever for the Mules of 155 points. At the end of the season the squad elected Ed Crumm and Rick Clear as co-captains. Crumm was also selected as the team's Most Valuable Varsi- ty Runner while freshman standout Gary Denny earned Most Valuable Freshman Runner honors. David Bielak was voted Most Improved Varsity Runner while Clint Sanders was awarded Most Improved Freshman Runner. CMSU Head Cross-Country Coach James Pilkington secures a flag on the finish line at the Mules Cross-Country Festival. Track Team: CRow Onej Clint Sanders, Gary Denny, Bill Kanan, lim Tinkham, Mark Skahill, Rick Clear, Ron Tabb, Mark Irwin. tRow Twol Cliff Young, Gary Steffens, John Brozovich, Tim Biscan, Roger Scott, Matt Kramer, Jim Sanders, Steve Boydston, Rick Dennison, Jeff Irving. tRow Threel Coach James Pilkington, Jeff Mittelhauser, Everett Johnson, David Bielak, Craig Young, Kyle Ellis, Charles Gray, Mark Leicht, Kurt Peter, Jim Brocksmith, John Mulligan, Ed Crumm, Bob Busby. egg,-., .. 1-1 y fAs,+3-w'g"':f"j---rv-F , - .51 - ..-.----,ngbgj -'52gi???1:9-A-"'..f r' . ts," " " 1'l2"2'fr1i ' -'ff-H.1f'l'i,'F-'-Sf'-' r A f Y V 5-7:2122 'jmifi ' 'fir . Q '.fff1'5e1FS3!T"?ii' 'fri' , so " Q'S,ffi'Lv71f'f3mU'ie .iz ' .'fa3E5'Jftii?iJ'H' jiifif 9:5354 f - Q. ll' is kygliaaisffiiiey L , ,wwe . fad.,-f r.,' ,-.ai 1- I of at . g,ivee V ' A ' r . ,ra gf, g. .V L 'ii' is H f,fE,fpg,'jNF4 A , - av. agp -rl CMSU runners who competed in the National Championships pause outside the van that was their home during the meet held in Los Angeles, California. Dave Bielak leads a pack of cross-country runners through a valley at Pertle Springs dur ing the Mules' Cross-Country Festival. Ron Tabh and Charles Gray finish- ed high in a dual meet at Pertle Springs against Southwest Missouri State University. The Mules defeated the defending MIAA and National Champions 24- 32. CMSU cross-country runners round a marker bunched tightly together, led by Ron Tabh and Rick Clear. CMSU junior Rick Clear crossed the finish line in 21st place to earn All-American honors at the National Championships held in Los Angeles, California. Battling for possession of a throw-in can sometimes be a crunching experience, as evidenced by the expressions on the faces of the Kansas City Blues Cabovel. " 5' -ls it !"YI 4 ', ,'-v , vu ta--1'-. 9-. ' -., ,...,...--Q-s M ,".'21-17' - ' ul" 'qrx 3 N lv, Big lohn Zambmski, of the CMSU club,goes high to grab a throw-in on a line-out. When the ball goes out of bounds it is thrown down a tunnel between the two lined up scrums, who each have a chance forthe ball. Chris Hicks of the CMSU Rugby Club wraps up a member of the Kansas City Rugby Club in a game played on East Field last fall. Once the ball is passed through a scrumdown to the scrum half CRick Moore, aboveb he passes laterally to a back angled behind him to start the movement. A five-foot tall trophy belonging to the Midwest Collegiate Champions returned in the possession of the CMSU Rugby Club from Rolla, Missouri last spring. The rugby club, last fall, racked by injuries and a tough schedule, suffered through a rebuilding season and posted a 5-7-1 season. The club, now in its ninth year on campus, has attracted a large following for itself among CMSU sports fans. The continuous action sport has competed in Aspen, Colorado, Fayetteville, Arkansas and all over Missouri. Veterans and rookies were both represented on this year's team led by Rick Moore, coor- dinator, and Bob Harris, president. Danny Thornton and Bill Brotemarkle served as co- captains. The rugby club is a member of the Kansas City Rugby Football Union and is hoping to win a third straight Midwest Collegiate title this spr- ing and take permanent possession of the huge trophy. Bill Brotemarkle Crightl and George Hodak Cleftl battle a Kansas City Blues' player for posses- sion of a throw-in in a game played last fall on campus. "ggi ' 0-was ' J ' N Lf' X 1, ' . I X " H 1 a , A . A .. , V ' ' - , i ' ' . , ' J i J ' ' I Y ' I .X - W 8 V ' , , , 1 2 .. . , f - ' f' A a "lil A ' f 1-- sr "Im e 5 W-saggy , fsfn-Frm ' e - , ' 1 " was 5 " -, mil' . .'4!'i'fi -' 4 ' ". Y . ' f' Kim North tries to run through some heavy traffic, while his teammates wait for a pass and an opponent yanks on his arm. There is no blocking or forward passing in rugby so Bob Harris fbackground in stripesl waits for Bob Lockler twith baili to pass him before he pursues the play. Ruggers Capture Second Midwest Collegiate Championship K. 'W 'Wm 1 A good push by the scrum is vital to a team trying to gain possession when the ball is tossed intoa scrumdown. In the middle of the scrumdown are two hookers who battle for possession and then pass the ball backwards with their feet to the backs. 137 Net Blocking Helps lennies Finish Fourth Vicky Krinke lands on one foot after driving the ball across the net as teammate Becky Landolt positions herself for a possible return. A second place finish in the Kansas State University Volleyball Tournament highlighted a 18-12 year for the young Jenny volleyball team. "We lost to the University of Nebraska, who eventually went on to the nationals but we did defeat Ft. Hays, K-State, Drake, and Emporia," CMSU Volleyball Coach Peggy Martin commented. "This tournament was quite a thrill to our young players." The lennies used good net blocking techniques to finish fourth in the state tournament. "Defensively we were very sound but offensively we sputtered," Coach Martin remarked. "We kind of got our spirit broken against Southwest or we could have placed much higher." The Jennies were 8-1 in tournament play before they met a powerful Southwest Missouri State University team and finished 8-8 for the tournament. "Our team was so young, six freshmen and two sophomores, los- ing to a good team kind of broke their spirit," Coach Martin stated. Practicing skills Barb Shepherd spikes the ball hard at teammates Becky Landolt and lenese Betherum. Finger tip control is what .lenese Betherum used to direct the ball back over the net as Cindy Grosse looks on. One ofthe lennies' best qualities was their ability to block at the net as displayed by Becky Landolt and Elaine Fields. Cheri Hollrah hits the ball at the heighth of her jump while Sabrina Lampkin and Melanie Gunderson prepare to help. lennies Rank Number One in State Hair and dust flies as these two field hockey players battle for possession. - V g.j.'TsT,1,f5- :Qi F ,114 V. 'ef T . . ' sn. ri:?1:.h,Q! t 5. -t ak "-V b -N h A 'freeze W.. ni ,' ,' . WEN gt? Nancy 0'Rourke and a Southwest Missouri State University player cross sticks in an attempt to pass the ball off to a teammate. A snow storm kept the CMSU field hockey lennies from competing in the AIAW National Field Hockey Championships at Harrisonburg, Virginia. The team was grounded by a midwest snow storm which stranded them in St. Louis. The lennies earned the postseason right to compete for the national ti- tle by finishing second to Bemivji University in the regional tournament. The Jennies qualified for the regional tournament by winning the eight team Missouri State Tournament. Jenny Field Hockey Coach Chris Sinatra credited her team's 20-1-4 record to their ability to play together on the field and their friendship off. "We had six seniors on the squad for experience, but mostly I think it's just our ability to play together that has made the season successfuI," Coach Sinatra explained. Scoring and defense were among the attributes the lennies demonstrated. The team scored 66 goals to their opponents' 12. lanan Ditwiler was the leading scorer with 16 goals. H 42.435, e , , .-i,,,.fV 'ik' J' 4- 5 70' .gy -5 ' g,g',4h?.. Mor e -. igiuixl, Q , Q 'iwefa 4.4, in ,gal .' ,. dl ,I ',,,.,,,,.- wwq, gi.:-gt. Q ?fAJ6--, 'age ilu Cathie Lyon demonstrates her stick handling ability when she moves the ball down field. l I I Nancy 0'Rourke and Debbie Mann team up to advance the ball into their opponent's territory. Run and stretch are two methods employed by these athletes trying to retrieve a field hockey ball. 42 Tough Wrestling ls Tough wrestling was the rule at the 1975 CMSU Invitational Wrestling Tournament. Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville won the tournament for the second straight year ad- ding strength to their number one NCAA Divi- sion ll national ranking. CMSU finished in fourth position led by heavyweight Mike Mitchell who placed second in his class. lim May 11265 and Merrill Norris C1427 captured third place finishes. "Although small tsix teamsb in numbers the tournament contained many national class ii ttsii ss 1 wrestlers and had some outstanding bouts," H CMSU Head Wrestling Coach Dr. Roger Denker A commented. "We didn't finish as well as we had hoped but we did face some very tough I - ' i 4 ' 1 Wrestling Team: tRow One! David Sloan, Steve West, Randy Snyder, Rico Garavaglia, Craig Guthier, Dave Shouse, Merrill Norris, lim West, Bob Houck, David Streibig. CRow Twoj Steve Swope, Ray Sedge, Donn Einerson, Mike Mitchell, Bill Nations, Kent Fritchie, Jimmy May, Bill Thompson, Doug Derry. tRow Threej Henry Grubb, Russ White, Mike Haggerty, Don Moyers, Les Gatrel, Mark Barnes, Larry Stitt, Gary Ervin, Greg Anderson, 5--nu. Steve Cook. tRow Fourj Mike Risher, Terry Hancock, Bill Bergman, Mark Livingstone, loe McFadden, Don Beckner, l.arry Bishop, Charles Tallman, Randy Marker. fRow Fivej Coach Pat Moriarty, Coach Cliff Howlett, Head Coach Roger Denker, Coach Ray Stockdale. tNot Picturedj Craig Anderson, Sam Dwyer, John Cromley, lvan Spencer, Paul Barbarick, Mike Eppenauer, Mark Simpson, Mark Laney. Rule at CMSU Invitational On the bottom, but in control, CMSU heavyweight Mike Mitchell takes his Southwest opponent to the mat. Mark Simpson twists his upper body like a contortionist to keep his shoulders olt the mat in his 190 pound bout against two time All-American Frank Savegnago of Southern Illinois-Edwardsville. After a series of rolls, Greg Anderson finds himself on top and in a good position to put his opponent in jeopardy. ,i ,, ,,ik im ik' , -. ,L , . ,-,,,,,,n.,4,- fi -so if "fm QL V U. - mi 34' V' , , '- , . ,, 1.5i1',kz'E6i?3'?1 .si . V1 -1 -2 1- 2- ' ' f .' ".4T'::C:.ev-if-:il ui' V if I ' " 'x ' ,W i - if-2"'l.:1eJ'i f'YfPi'i , . .-as 4 .H M. ,.,f,. -, -. rr, ,, 'Y-sg, .,,srs. f1,'gwlv,-.lwffg , ,. ,- f,g5wfwx1fsie-i f -GSME: " ' ' em. 1 1 fhif 7154529 , 'giQ2'gF3Q'i'Tif?1'1fi2'iss2j' ' ,,, ' ,',,.Z'ri2grfj:-'9 -, ' Afj -51,9141 , ,, ,,v' ep,.:.:l i ii'-,zfagewegitli-53 1 , l-:P-12's:':t"'2"" - - H: '-if-."ff5"f 'N firiifffih ..-,. ff? wil-13 A .1 - 1 . ' is s:1.1z::,-.V V ' - Merrill Norris gets one leg free and attempts to free the other in the last stages of a one point escape. Leverage is what Merrill Norris is looking for to roll his opponent over on his back. 'I43 Tournament ls Small in Numbers but Big in Talent Small in number but big in wrestling talent is how the CMSU Invitational Wrestling Tournament was described in 1975. Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville took the title for the second straight year followed by Illinois State University, Eastern Illinois University, CMSU, Wayne State University of Nebraska, and Southwest Missouri State University. Frank Savegnago, EIU-Edwardsville 190 pounder, won individual titles as "outstanding wrestler" and "most falls in least aggragate time". Heavyweight Mike Mitchell was the Mules' top performer finishing in second place in his division. Jimmy May C1263 and Merrill Norris C1425 each secured third place in their weight classes. CMSU views its tournament as an early season measuring stick. The Mules found that a fifth consecutive MIAA wrestling title would not come easy. At most, the Mules wrestle two seniors, Craig Guthier 11903 and Dave Shouse 0589 on the varsity level. "We're young but taIented," Head Wrestling Coach Dr. Roger Denker remarked. "The youngsters are really coming around and will have to be reckoned with towards the end of the season." Craig Guthier struggles for position to take his 190 pound opponent to the mat. -xi., It takes a lot of power to turn a big man over as CMSU heavyweight Bill Nations found out. 552 fi . . , E- 4 144 f'3 From an "up" position CMSU 142 pounder Merrill Norris sizes up his opponent for a takedown .. i, - . .T W It e ,hui 'C ' ue- - , . - s :Y H f. - -nf.. ' ' ' e. L e " . sian -Fw :wig - rn' - ' ,, Y r ' - V " , A .Refi V 4- x V ' gf, on X V ' Hg M , -, :M-1 i jg ' Wife- i -' - -Wi 1 , 5 3, .7 1 ,slim .V s s l 55, , 9 Y, .- il' 15 . n 'za ' ', .Univ s A sas 3 as or 21' Q -L" J X-54.-a fl 5 PZ' RN - 1 L 7- :..,. -..,..Jf CMSU heavyweight Bill Nations secures an advantage over his opponent and sends over 550 pounds crashing to the ITI at. ffl Working for an escape David Streibig sits out and reaches for leverage. Grahbing his advisary by the ankles David Streibig tries to drag him back on to the mat. The 1975 Mule Relays was an integral part of the track program at CMSU as M u more than 3500 athletes from 120 high schools, junior colleges, colleges and un- iversities made the meet the biggest and the best track event ever held at CMSU. ' Since its start in 1972 the Relays have grown from a six classification event B a nd B r of 2000 athletes to a full nine division meet which ranks as the largest meet of its kind in the state. In 1974 a women's division was introduced and succeeded so well that the division was subdivided and included 35 teams in 1975. HBWF' ii ' L 1-E E 4 5553? 6 , 'M , F .1 .- a .,,.L limers in their places with concentration on their faces was a common sight at the finish line during the Mule Relays. v- V v- -y55..,j,- lil:-:Ilan-u nvnrnchhlun- """vv-v Tim Biscan strains to keep a step ahead ofa Northwest runner during his relay leg. Ron Tabb, Cliff Young, and Donnie Wehmeyer stride down the home stretch of Vernon Kennedy Stadium. W lil t ill- 15 i f e,,fie1JC,.., .sf "-4.."l.' Ltr.. wer ' ", 41" :., ,zzz zzg I . ., ... , U e :sf ,.,. fi.,-.-, 2,1 ' Wifi?-1,2 if ' I "fn ja My 1 A Cliff Burt concentrates before going into his glide and putting the s hot. Three time AIAW All-American Marilyn Carlson works on her hurdle form. 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Women Gymnasts Field Strong Team ' 153' r , ,- . 4 ' ' ' W -j Q I .. -hah?-.17 1 A dlvjiselld mei. .. -I Coach Nancy Bailey leads her team in the traditional parade of athletes. lanese Henry performs on the balance beam. 150 Nancy Baker goes into a handstand during her balance beam routine 2 ..'.. azz.. .m..,Q..... . Ls., f Betty Goulet performs her strongest event, the floor exercise. Despite a season plagued by injuries, the lennies managed to field one of their strongest gymnastics teams ever. The women managed to put together a winning season against a schedule that included tough opposi- tion. Coach Nancy Efailey received support from squad members Laurie Grinnel and Cheri Franklin. Franklin, a freshman, led the team in scoring as she competed in every event. Grinnel finished the season as another of the Jennies' top scorers. As a team the women scored high enough to qualify for the regional tournament held in Brookings, South Dakota. l A ,W Cheri Franklin is shown on the balance beam, one of the many events which makes her an all Nancy Baker shows that concentration is an important part of performing on the balance beam. afollnd P9ff0fm0f- CIVISU Nlen Gym nasts Excell The men gymnasts at CMSU developed into a strong nucleus of performers which made themselves known throughout the midwest. Brian Zietler and Eric laycox were all-around performers who con- - -, sistantly scored high. John Bender and Stan Detrick added the need- ed touches to make the Mules strong contenders at each meet they attend. Brian Zietler executes a giant swing on the horizontal bar. Q ,473 1 ' C r A 7 ' - , i - fszij . V ' , . ,77 John Bender points his toes and shows a placid look during a parallel bar routine. Q ., +--,L .... A I- fv i x, 4:5,,aLYwl I T V Q V if 14.1 Q ..... ,.. .- -.- 4 an 'A Q , - 'WY' i. ., ., LIT "Wh ls 1 Eric Jaycox poses his body during a routine on the parallel bars. Brian Zietler shows no strain during a L-seat on the parallel bars. l Stan Detrick executes a hand-stand during an exercise Men's Tennis Team Finishes if i ,. l X 3 pf .vi ' l.. lf ' 4 X Duane Muck keeps his eye on the ball on a backhand drive. A flick of the wrist lets Ron Litton put top-spin on this return. The men's tennis team at CMSU found the going tough in their own backiyard as they ran up against nationally ranked Northwest Missouri State University and Northeast Missouri State University many times throughout the 1975 season. Despite the neighboring powers the Mules managed to fashion a 7-7 win-loss record. Mark Wilson highlighted the season's competition in the Northeast Missouri State University Invitational Tournament with a third place finish. Mark Rosewell and Marian Webb teamed up for third place honors in the doubles competition of the same tournament. Not to be out done by their male counterparts the lennies' tennis team earned respect throughout the state finishing high in tournaments and battling to the wire in dual matches. , 7 Y - , Dave Akin returns a partner's volley with a forehand shot. Randy Porter practices his putting stroke at Pertle Springs. Row One-Randy Penland, Gary Hanrahan-Row Two-Randy Porter, Dave Malone, Terry Moosman. CMSU Golf Squad Wins Earl Keth Memorial Tournament. Randy Porter and Randy Penland combined for a second place score of 69 in the Earl Keth Memorial Best Ball Golf Tour- nament to pace the Mules to a first place showing. The tourna- ment was held at Pertle Springs honoring Earl Keth, who was a long time instructor at CMSU. The Mules started off their fall season with a victory in the Missouri Southern Golf Tournament. Penland again paced the squad with a low individual score of one under par 71. Dave Malone teamed with Penland to record a best ball score of 65 in the same tournament. "We had a good fall season, and we enjoyed ourselves because we played well," CMSU Head Golf Coach Dr. Ron Heirichs remarked. "I hope our future seasons are as enjoyable." Chipping is an important part of golf as Randy Penland will testify. L Divers Prove Their Excellence pin .-r' r . - Swimming Team: tRow 0neJ Dan Pursifull, Tom Koontz, Tom Meek, Mike Savage, Rob Hudson, Tim McGowan, lim Southerland, Kim Graves, Dave Myers, Edgar Jimenez. fRow Two? Assistant Coach Al Gatrost, Russ Niemeyer, Tim Hittler, Carl Thompson, Pat May, Vic Clark, Kieth Childers, lohn Pratt, Rob Robbins. tRow Threej Coach Tom Hairabedian, Donna Mount, Kevi Harwood, lan Liebling, Susan Bramham, Cheryl Bates, Cindy Graves, Denise Otto Batke, Assistant Coach Bill Batke. 'X Qu Ja p,,, 'P T56 ,av-' This CMSU swimmer grabs a decisive lead on his start and prepares to hit the water. Getting a good start is imperative for a good race as this CMSU swimmer proves at the sound of the gun. A strong team is how Coach Hairabedian described his 1976 swimming squad. Once again the CMSU divers proved their ex- cellence with lim Southerland and Rick Moser qualifying for national competition. Vic Clark and Tim Hittler led an attack on school and pool records while relay teams also set new standards in Morrow Pool during its last year of competition. Swimming meets will be held in the new Multi-purpose Building in 1977. -' fm" -N' i 2 . ,,, .. ihyff. X. - .- 1,-if Yr,'...:: if 35.1.1 Stopwatch and clipboard in hand Coach Hairabedian watches intently as his swimmers perform. - Q I 1 A-gp . -1' 'vi - .. 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The year was highlighted by the selection of Gary Stanton, lim Crane, and Steve Luebbert as District Five All-Americans. The honor gave them honorable mention All-American status on the national level. As a team CMSU batted .352, a new school record. Henry Mason led the sluggers with a .565 average in 17 games. Gary Stan- ton batted .435 followed by Steve Luebbert with a .398 both in 25 games. The pitching corps was led by lim Crane who set a school record with seven wins and no defeats. Crane boasted a 2.49 ERA and totaled 54 strikeouts. Against William Jewell College, Jim Crane and Ed Pickens combined for a 7-3 no hitter. si- , A ,,.-,.,.- "1 - . V g -e:n',,,,-me 3"-r-rf r--2 - . " 1 I ' , .,.-, -.,-.,,-if .egg ,-- e .v A. ,-'.,.:s.Y,-.N-M.,- ' .-7,57--' 1-+-- -f. f, z ' -3, 4 ,e - X-X-Vg -s - Fred Brooker connects with a pitch and starts his sprint to first base. Mike Ludwig watches his teammates intently from the on-deck circle. Between inning chatter is passed along the dugout by CMSU team members. Greg Stoclibauer assumes his batting stance waiting for the next delivery. J"-. i, . f .1411 . . -,Q , . XX, ' A 1 QA , ' LBGRAJNI I Z mn QQDNIS bf QQ, f e qfrr 'mm 11 1 "IH 'r l ' -:Hgh y Q umlllllr. e lta Z Us ' fr f 'f 5 . Ware? Lunczewski 4' M President Caroie Woltkamp Vice-President ' Sh "J k Kay Pryne - Homecomrng .A efgeifetiig Queen 1975 Tern Mathews Beliiaiiffl 181 olacemlkiiangQenffy m y Q l 'f l Y rmaeaf lA1 Q M' f - nge' nn row H0mecom319g2a?aerade ' grow: a arter Krrsty Bear Sigma Tau Gamma Calendar Queen S C I y Gliana Iigrsvfjgrg urvroc Princess 1975 E'f5SreGQ3?.?S 'L is ii ' Iff on I ungs Panhellefrig'Soholarshrp Award M aana M Grahm e .a,e r linisgrqgg .Q3,ff"'f 7 5 if I1 l'6I E SponsorsfDr. Myron Carter aagee ,,2a1yG,,,ife fMrs. Trudy Qurbell Cm Hwy Dr. Robert Zey Monica Halfaker ianet Henderson Judy Holliger Linda Jackson V yyzy 5:MeIodeelones gf: wi ?'..s3?iI . 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J. ,. ,,.., - rf Fowier Michael Gnagi Loren Graham 1 .rri Mark Hanksniia Greg Krantz e a R loe Lanin a ndy McArthur S 'n..Pf.1e -er M ' 112,-yirf fiinafk Mroanniif David Mathewson Dan y Miller Glen Petteway AiiiiaQiiiSaedi-Faiiflf Kidnapped the city mayor, ransom going to Kevingtigugjlfhtfg Johnson County Sheltered Workshop Billy wagon ffi5QDennis Blake-3 Joel? , he ,gl 'Stix K " ' -.fel It 41 gg ' 1 -l.i ,I I 3 x Q 62 a e 'lsme emev 191. or M y tig l r ix V 1 i N -A., r f NX xii-LNJLITX Alpha 37th year at CMUS Assisted with freshman orientation and Presidents tea Organized Homecoming Parade Sponsored UMOC charity drive-over 511,000 Assisted Jaycees with Toys for Tots Sponsors: Mr. Clarence Best Dr. J.0. Vittetoe Dr. Richard McKinnis Dr. J.0. Miller Dr. Harvey Gossen Phi Omega 45- aff-D 2? JA- Mark Voitenko Keith Wood Clarence Best Sponsor Bev Franklin Sweetheart Ken Berra Kent Busse Bob Ebert David English Craig Hughes' John Jackson Randy Lindsey John Mahoney Jim Mason Bob Miles Larry Moore Frank' Murphy Dave i,.. Osbornir' Rick ,Poe Mark Schulte Kent Scotten Darrell Sechrest Mark Stephens Ron Thomas Larry Crase President Carlos Rivera Vice President Rick Potter Secretary Daniel Breshears Treasurer . Q. A "".e xv x ,,c ag. if t ,-s, ,Ms ,, sae, 1'-wer. ' T., A ea Y e 'I77 Y 3 L 01300 5 ,':i'I9091 Cb 42 Id bmi g 2 f I ,za Mark Slttner Presldent DanleFStockweIIC Vrce Presrdent Randy Hayes Secretary Kent Ashlme Treasurer Dale Arnold Phu! 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Phyliss King K Rosemary Nlilief M' Patriciarjichardson Ddreen Webber seriiice sornrity sbventh year dn iir, W , s,a'3xnnugi ii?fJack of Heart Baliw Club Extraviifanza l Sponsors: Mrs. Patricia Ashman insrrr mrs Penton , ,rf ff -r-fi K 'I' idle X4 Fou mzv l re A S s I e T . - 95.- Sigma Rho 1st place trophy in Alpha Phi Alpha's Marchdown 4 Annual Carnival Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart Queen Karen Helmg t as Entertained residents of Warrensburg nursing home Debbie Maxwell President Terry Lewis Vice-president Carol Jackson Segretary VJcKrei4HilI5 ,L Treasure? - Karen Alexander Karen Baker Cynthia Cain Miriam Frye GiGi Goldson Karen Helm Carol loyce canouar Kimble Oneida Lewis Aretta' Mills Sweetheart Ball - Marcus ljlarris Rosemjfffhiilfg Pledge of "Greater Service Greater Progress" Sponsor: Mrs. Carrie Dunson K Carrie Dunson Sponsort v . 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Q , All Campus lntramural Trophy Znd place "200th Anniversary" Homecoming house decoration Sharon Kreissler, Homecoming Princess Co-sponsored Christmas party for retarded children at State Hospital in etligginsville 'T 44 formal Drg Roger Denker J Gerald Pfeifer . 5' 4 , , '., -if 754' Q W , Hs --i Q .,. 5.7 .f -v- 4. -nil nfieaeeii eefeaee, -1 ease: We , to iii it i, i ' ll 2, jpg x-- A ue ,W ,V-pea A.,. ery E? 5? ee 1 if? T , Wal , iii Larry Haysler N M Byron Holtzen rr Rick Hudson Roh Hudson f -Fl i , U , Vi l? M Jeff Hurt ' " Gary Jewell Bryce Kappelman Jeff Kappelman Q Zee E Sage rr Steve Karigan E Y S T Q gnwiihtnyiitlfhens , A , Hi, " W izr, 1 T ac TIC ens M 2- T T -N :Dale Krusell 5 ills" lonnirgakruse it Jeffrey Lockleah if . 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Charlesliliines m Vice-president Odislfrost Treasurer Floyd Agkins 'L ' egg: ga, Lennitt Bligen Dury Cabell l i4ge1,Edwardi fClark James Clancey ,lynx-Q, I Ronald Davis Bruce Flefnigg Kenneth Hill Anthony Hogan 'Marvin Mings ' HI-larold 'Nlobley Frederick Murrell Tim Nelson Reginald '1 1"l ' Arthur'-Ross Leslie Scott QMPUH SPGBSG Philip Williams M. 3 Panhellenic Council Panhelleriic'Council coordinates the programs and activities of the seven sororities in Panhellenic Hall. Efforts this year concentrated on plans for formal rush in September and the re- writing of theffanhellenic Constitution. Other activities includedf iannual pledge skits, pledge breakfastg and co- sponsoring of Greek Week. A Bicentennial project for Warrensburg is being planned for this spring. ggclg g Officers .ares Donna Rippley,f,.5,Presidentg Linda Ryder, llice-President, oronaeranam, Corresponding Secretary: Susie McDowell, Recording Secretaryg lan Fisher, Treasurer: Nancy Appel, Rush: and Barb Wheeler, Handbook and Constitution. H , Mrs. AlicegiGQvver, Dean of the advisor, and Mrs. Eloise Kibbielisfthe spon- sor. it Council freen53ea1io,naloe rraferti'sr3eslagin campu's,el1oocofgrainareu several activities this year. H 1 ilg, it In addition to its annual co-sponsoring of Greek Week,mlFC also organiged a rush seminar in This seiginaihelped inelfraietfiggggg-1s,ggiin dffQb2tte?r'understandingeggff riishin g, has iiWQIEQf1asy51the social aspects, community iill serviceg 3l'ldli'f0lISf3ll brotherhood of fraternal life. ,This year's officers were: Herb Turnbow, Presi- dentflltevin Crosby, Qst yi.Ce-President: lim.Steinke, o3iv2v.eig:lvsCe-Freededicts? Bfmflffftfa Se9'?f?lY51aVld ,Ran,dyffHendrien, tlss s.r. s as C t ll?'C sponsors are DrgjHoll,is ChaIquist,g.Dr,giCharles Kuhn, George McBroornyand Jack Little. 1 211- f Agriculture Club ..4.Q.1,l.'2' ' . Jani , The CMSU Agriculture Club stimulates a fine opportunity for agriculture majors and minors to become acquainted with one another and to plan several activities together. Some of these activities included homecoming float, Tan-Tar-A Leadership Conference, and hayrides. The Agriculture Club also sponsored a day-length trip to a leading agri-business industry and an annual spring banquet. A high school visitation program which creates an interest in CMSU and its agriculture department is carried out each year. , ly l W, x gt i nn r Alpha Epsilon Rho M'Er'?e-S Alpha Epsilon Rho is the national honorary society for students majoring in radio, televi- sion, and film. At meetings discussions of rele- vant mass communication topics are discussed among members and professionals. Alpha Ep- silon Rho members are involved in all phases of production at CMS-TV and KCMW-FM. Alpha Phi Sigma attempts to recognize and promote high scholarship among students engaged in preparation for professional police service, to keep abreast of scientific research in this area, to elevate the ethical standards of police senrice, and to establish in the public mind the benefit and necessity of professional police training. The society strives to broaden the prospective job possibilities of its individual members by drawing upon guest speakers not only from the Criminal justice field but related areas in which our graduates could possibly seek employment. To become a member you must be a Criminal Justice major and have completed 9 semester hours in the area, attained a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.80 and 3.00 in the Criminal Justice courses, and have demonstrated good moral character. Alpha Phi Sigma 205 American Marketing Association lf 1 1210 75,,, American Chemical The student affiliated chapters of the American Chemical Society are designed to allow undergraduate chemistry majors and related science majors to participate in the ac- tivities .of the largest and most prestigious chemical society in the world. Over recent years, the CMSU chapter has been very active and has gained national recognition by being named as an outstanding chapter for the 1967-68 academic year and again for the 1970-71 year. The latter group was one of three chapters cited for special commen- dation and honors. Projects include tutor clinics, aid to elemen- tary school science classes, chemical magic shows, and field trips. The American Marketing Association is a stu- dent professional organization which emphasizes associations and experiences that benefit the student in future iob relations and perso-nal-relationships. The theme "Marketing: lt's Challenges and Opportunities" was adopted for 1975-76. ln support of this theme, the club offered opportunities for members to associate with professional individuals and fellow business students and growth in knowledge of marketing through meetings, seminars, and field trips. The fall field trip included a visit to Armco Steel and Crown Center in Kansas City. Colonial Bakery and Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis were toured during the winter term. Society 1 . in V... l I O O 0 0 The CMSU section of the Heart of America Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers was created to encourage greater professional and social cooperation among students in safety and other allied fields. The ASSE endeavors to further the professional preparation of the members by sponsoring programs for the advancement of safety. Monthly meetings include a variety in each of the various areas of safety. Oc- casional trips to the Kansas City chapter and discussions with its members are sponsored to acquaint the student with the possibilities of a rewarding career in safety, To be eligible as a member an applicant shall be enrolled in an accredited college level undergraduate or graduate degree program intended to prepare the student for practice in the safety profession. The sponsors are Dr. Robert Semonisck and Mr. Herbert lones. 45211 American Society of Safety Engineers 207 2 08 Association of Social Work Students The Association of Social Work Students was established as a club in 1972, on the CMSU campus. The club had regular meetings twice a month with various speakers from the field of social welfare. Besides regular meetings, the club takes field trips to agencies throughout the year. As a service project, the club held an annual Halloween party for the children at the State School for the Retarded. This year the club had 20 active members. ti CZ' K-,W Wea is .. Every woman becomes a member of the Association of Women Students when she enrolls at CMSU. An assembly of ap- proximately 25 members is maintained from elected representatives among the residence halls and oft campus coeds. The major pur- pose of AWS is to help women become more involved in their university lives. AWS provides leadership opportunities and a chance to realize individual potentials. AWS is an active organization providing many campus activities including the annual Bridal Show, the Best Dressed Girl Contest, free movies, the annual Christmas door decorating contest and participation in homecoming activities and parents weekend. They also helped sponsored a Spook Night for Halloween. Association of Women Students 'gf 209 2 Baptist Student Union The Baptist Sudent Union is an organization of students that has joined together for service and fellowship. There are many in- teresting activities available at the center including revival teams, the New BSU Choir, and vespers. 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The purposes of ADTSEA are to improve scholarship and the general quality of various safety areas, to encourage greater professional and social experiences among students in safety and related areas, to further the professional preparation of the members, and to direct the goals of the driver and traffic safety education in harmony with those of general education. The organization partakes in such activities as Senior Day, educational workshops, and work at the Highway Instructional Range. CNISU Water Polo Chamber Choir The Chamber Choir is composed of fifteen Members from the Concert Choir and is directed by Janice Ragland. The group specializes in bicentennial music with perfor- mances of "Music George Washington Heard" and Christmas music from the colonial America. Concert Choir The Concert Choir, directed by Dr. Conan Castle, enjoys a reputation of being among the finest choirs in the midwest. Its many activities included performing Bach's Cantata No. 71 at the dedica- tion of Hart Recital Hall, a Bicentennial Program for Parent's Day, the annual Christmas Concerts, a spring program of American music, and tours of area schools. Dance Company The CMSU Dance Company is a performing company in its third ac- tive year on campus. The company is open to any students interested in dance. The company meets each week to learn new dances and techni- ques. The dance styles used include ballet, modern, tap, and jazz. Members are also encouraged to choreograph and teach their own dances. The company has performed at various area schools, on CMS- TV, and at several conventions. A full concert was presented in the spr- ing by the company on campus. F42 142 ...F 15. - , N -Lg JE Q - -iQ1l, ' -,zu I. . "-ire' 'Y if 7 V -"si if Q -' fif- l ,., ,y. .Q Y J - M W j,j..,, up , 1 f -' , FQQE , ,, . - . i n x 1?-g I 1 H ngn. I5 ' ,uv sa Zi af' -' ji EL' : i ,lil Z' L .. -Hint. . 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Activities for the year included the national DTA convention, sponsoring an annual spring banquet, and selecting the outstanding freshman and senior "aggie." Each spring agriculture- related companies and industries come to counsel and recruit agriculture majors and minors on Delta Tau Alpha Career Day. The English Club is open to all English majors and minors. The cIub's purpose is to provide monthly meetings and programs to enrich the language and literature offerings of the English department and to afford students the opportuni- ty to communicate with members ofthe faculty. The club an- nually awards a scholarship to a graduate student in English. English Club Gamma Sigma Sigma, a national service sorority, was es- tablished at CMSU in 1974. Projects for the year included patterning a cerebral palsey child, organizing a best seller tape library for blind students, and sponsoring the January blood drive. Members collected merchandise and donated on the air work at the channel 19 auction for educational TV. Club members are also active in other service organizations on campus. -1 Gamma Sigma Sigma 7 GRACOIVIAA GRACONIAA, the Graphic Arts and Commercial Art Association, strives to create a professional attitude among its members and to give students knowledge and ex- posure to the Various aspects of their par- ticular field. Guests from the graphic arts and commercial arts fields attend GRACOMAA meetings, sharing with the members their experiences and samples of their products. Members hold an annual banquet honoring Benjamin Franklin. Grappellettes is a women's organization that was es- tablished on the CMSU 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 publicity, and to aid, support, and promote the wrestling program. The membership requirements include a 2.0 grade point average, willingness to attend all possible wrestling meets, and a sincere interest in wrestling. Grappellettes History Club The History Club provides interested persons with an opportunity to participate in special programs concerned with history and the social sciences. Recent programs have included discussions of the techniques of historical dating, the role of women in history, and the history of Central Missouri State University. Club members took field trips to nearby places of historical interest such as the Kan- sas City Museum and the special Chinese Archaeological Exhibition held at the Nelson Art Gallery. 2 Student Home Economics Association The Student Home Economics Association is an organization for all Home Economics majors and minors. At monthly meetings students were given the opportunity to discuss such topics as child abuse, floral arranging, and charm with guest speakers. 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The association numbers 21 and has such activities as social and cultural get togethers, celebration of Indian festivals, and Indian movie shows. The sponsor of the association is Dr. M. A. Khan. India Association Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers The institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the worId's largest engineering society with over 170,000 members, of which 22,000 are students. Founded in 1884, it is dedicated to the scientific and educational advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and its related fields as well as to the professional advancement of its members and the profes- sion that they serve. Membership is open to students in electrical engineering, elec- tronics technology, radio, and allied branches of engineering or related arts and sciences. Students in the CMSU chapter planned field trips to various industries in the area, invited guest speakers to the cam- pus, and attended section meetings in Kan- sas City. The International Club provides the opportunity for the inter- national students to meet each other, American students on campus, faculty, staff, and members of the Warrensburg community. These ob- jectives are met by the association of members with others as they provide programs for such groups as the Rotary Club, Garden Club, and other civic organizations. The club members share their culture with students on campus by ioining in campus activities such as Christmas decoration program, athletic events, homecoming parade entrys, and presenting programs for classes such as the family living class. There are over 280 international students representing 26 countries on cam- pus this year. lnternational Club Kappa lVlu Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honorary math society founded with the purpose of en- couraging its members to develop an appreciation of the beauty of mathmatics. Activities included publishing Kampus Math Extravaganza, awarding a scholarship to a math student, and sponsoring a field trip. Monthly meetings feature guest speakers from a variety of mathmatical fields. Kappa Omicron Phi Kappa Omicron Phi is one of three national honor societies in the field of home economics. Kappa Omicron Phi places an emphasis not only on intellectual and scholastic excellence but upon personal values and concern for fellow humans. Beta Chapter of Kappa Omicron Phi, has been on the Central Missouri State University for 53 years. The chapter sold calendars this year to help support Crossnore School, in Crossnore, North Carolina, a school for un- derprivileged children. President is lo Anne Bruce. Sponsors are Dr. Helen Ball and Miss Ruth Newman. 224 x xi, sm: The CMSU Karate Club has promoted ac- tivity since last year and increased membership to forty. The instructor was Ki- June Park, holder of a 4th degree Black Belt. The Tae Kwon-Do Korean style club concentrates on both Kata Kumuta type martial arts and meditation exercises as well as staying continually in vital activity. Karate Club Lambda Alpha Epsilon Lambda Alpha Epsilon is the American Criminal Justice Association, Each year the CMSU chapter sponsors a Law Enforcement Observance Day on campus. Personnel from various agencies are invited to come and set up an information booth about their organization and give lectures throughout the day. Members of Lambda Alpha Epsilon escort these persons while on campus. Membership in the organization is composed of both collegiate and professional persons. For membership, one must have declared a major or minor in criminal justice ad- ministration or be currently employed in a related field of criminal justice. I i QTL., - --' T!.-l..x,.4- ' ' I The Lutheran Student Assembly is located at the St. Timothy Student Center. Their ob- jectives are to carry out the command and promise of Jesus Christ, to implement this witness of the Grace of God revealed in the Scriptures and experienced through Jesus Christ. They enjoy sharing God's love together through singing and often do this as in their vespers service. Sponsors are Pastor Dave Bloedel, Dr. Luehrman, and Dr. Keseman. Lutheran Student Assembly 7 Madrigal Singers In recent years the Madrigal Singers, directed by Dr. Conan Castle, have sung at the State Convention of the Missouri Music Educators Association, the Missouri Music Teachers Associa- tion, and at the Southwestern Divisional Convention of the Music Educators National Conference. The group specializes in choral music of the Renaissance and Baroque and in twentieth century madrigals. Its many performances included tours to a number of high schools in the Kansas City area. Motor Sports Driving and Safety Club .La l, f'r' u ' ' in The purposes of the Motor Sports Driving and Safety Club are to improve scholarship and the quality of safety areas, to encourage greater professional preparation of the members, and to provide a commonplace for interested per- sons to join together and express ideas and opinions. Members learn to develop advanced driving skills by practicing skid control, off road recovery, serpentine and evasive maneuvers, and controlled braking. iv,--y msg-v ..- I nl! P A 'S T" f The llllen's Physical Education Club attended both the MAHPER convention in Columbia and the AAHPER convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They sponsored "Meet the Mules" baseball and basketball nights in addition to helping with public relations for the athletic teams. The club also sold spirit buttons and concessions. They are working on organizing Phi Epsilon Kappa, a physical education majors' frater- nity. lVIen's Physical Education Club 7 If -'- ,a ',:. i 1 F-, WN, Z . ,D ' 5 National Association ot Jazz Educators Newman's Club The primary function of the National Association of lazz Educators is to foster and promote the understanding and ap- preciation of jazz and popular music and its artistic performance. The CMSU chapter of NAJE was formed in the 1974- 75 academic year. At that time it was the largest chapter in the United States. Achievements ofthe chapter this year in- Y. Aiiygg. - rl WL: '..+r1i'Z . 1-F" 1 W ..,. ' ' 'ef hi 23, Y 'i A ex -' :vtg - iii .. inn' nr, ..,.,,. . ,, -I . gm. - .seeing i -i l.. ,,,.s.. a it. . i.,,.. L' 12253: -'genes - "ti it ge? ,,. .l. .sw htm . xc . . :sa . .i fe.. -L -he - :E 'tilts 7. . es?-35 win. ii? 5 5 . 3555: 3 ,T .avr ' cluded the organization of small combos, ll- a basic theory and appreciation course, , I . Sf 1 attendance at the annual MMEA conven- tion, and serving as host for the second annual CMSU jazz festival. fee,- . M - iw eva. 'ii N135 -ei, 30 ..-55.3, f , r gg? . , ' fee.. . i -- i safsgmel - v . , s , 4. r 1. 5 1- , I ., , 1, ,. N i l--rv- 52. .. 'i' 9: '- . - , .' . . Y . gms, nw et. ,. .L -, . ogg ,iii .. .5215 .- -11 . .. ii -52: . , --wiser - is ir 5 .7555 Newman is the Catholic campus organization that brings together Catholics and others interested in the same religious, educational, and social goals. Newman House is located at 105 E. South Street and is open to all students. Regular Newman activities included shared prayer on Monday evenings and liturgy on Thursday evenings. Three weekends away from campus are planned each year which provide time for fun, relaxation, prayer, thought, and a sharing of community. Activities are planned by the Newman Cabinet which meets monthly. cf. .. 7 : g ' ' E .. .. see?-if-ee.. i- '- figs . 'etggea , - .A The One and Only Singers is a CMSU musical group that blends talent, variety, and enthusiasm in each of their perfor- mances. The group consists of 12 singers and dancers and one piano accompanist. In addition, a back-up group of drums, horns, and electric bass often joins the group in concert. The group's shows can range from a couple of musical numbers to a full length performance, consisting of current pop, rock, folk, country, and broadway melodies. The group is now in its eighth year at CMSU. Their advisor is Miss Helen Gilbert, Director of Student Activities. One and Only Singers Outing Club The Outing Club's most popular activities were white water canoeing, floating, and backpacking in the Ozarks. The club is open to members of all departments and also faculty members. A typical trip leaves Warrensburg after Friday classes, camps on the trail or streambank, and returns on Sun- day afternoon. The club owns canoes, backpacks, and other equipment along with their own equipment building. Business meetings are minimal and other types of ac- tivities include caving, rock-climbing, slide shows, cookouts, and service proiects. One service project included petitioning for better funding for the Missouri Department of Conservation. I Para-Medico Club is an organization for anyone interested in medicine. The purpose is to provide para-medical students with in- formation that will aid them in meeting the requirements of their respective professional institutions and to give them a better idea of what they will confront in their chosen fields. Meetings featured films and speakers discussing a wide range of topics concerning careers in medicine. 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Both organizations serve as an incentive for continued high scholarship by presenting an outward recognition of personal accomplish- ment. Alpha Lambda Delta has traditionally been open to only women students and Phi Eta Sigma open only to men. However, both organizations are now open to persons of either sex. Because of this, the two CMSU chapters have functioned as one organiza- tion with ioint initiations, meetings, and ac- tivities. Members are active only through their sophomore year. 'ln el .1 an 4 Ti gg ......... .Q ia? Z 11,-, :rg Q -mv. 5.1 . t ez ,o -a ----- f i ,, in' J Ea ffa ' I, Y ,if- 3 ei- il - r W l Phi Kappa Phi Phi Kappa Phi was the first honor society to recognize superior scholarship in all fields of study and to take into membership the highest ranking students from any branch of learning. By bringing together representatives from many different interests, it broadens the democratic base of all educa- tion and assures stronger support for scholarship. Although emphasis is on scholorship, the Society recognizes that excellent character must be an attribute of its members. The local chapter recognize each year freshmen of superior academic achievement and nomate a Phi Kappa Phi upper classmen for a fellowship to be used for a first year of graduate work. The chapter also presents yearly an award to the Phi Kappa Phi graduating senior with the highest grade point average. Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta is a nationally recognized Speech Fraternity. The "Talking Mules," CMSU's debate team, under the direction of "Head Mule," James Floyd, have obtained national recognition and forensic records. Club activities include debate, individual events, and various social functions. i F l 5 Pi Omega Pi Pi Omega Pi is a national honorary organization for business education students. Requirements for membership are 15 hours of business subjects and education courses, and rank in the upper 35 percent of your class. The purposes of the organization are to encourage scholarship, promote civic betterment, encourage high ethical standards in business and professional life, and teach the idea of service as a basis of all worthy enterprise. N--X Pi Sigma Alpha is the national political science honor society. The campus chapter was organized in 1973. The members of the organization are selected on the basis of scholastic achievement in political science and must have completed fifteen hours in political science. The requirements also include a 3.0 grade point average in the dis- cipline and a position in the upper third of the class. Activities for the year included speakers and field trips. Pi Sigma Alpha 237 Prexy Club The Prexy Club, made up of the presidents and heads of all Central Missouri State University campus organizations, con- venes at a monthly dinner meeting with Dr. Warren C. Lovinger to discuss student suggested agenda items and receive an- nouncements of interest. The club serves as a channel of communication. A Christmas reception was held on December 16, 1975, at the home of the Lovingers for all members. Reading Association The International Reading Association Student lnterest Group was founded in 1974 as the first special interest reading group awarded to a state university. The club sponsors field trips, conducts reading in-service workshops for CMSU students and for state IRA groups, promotes the importance and enjoyment of reading, and sponsors lectures by nationally known reading authorities. Members perform volunteer services such as tutor- ing, working with handicapped children, and working as teacher's aides in the public schools. A165 Psi Chi is the national honor society in psychology. Since Psi Chi was founded in 1929, 326 chapters have been established in colleges and universities of recognized and accredited standing in 49 states. About half of the members are undergraduates majoring or minoring in psychology and half are psychology graduate students and faculty members. The purpose of this organization is to advance the science of psychology and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship of the individual members in psychology. , 4 y he I T ' . i f ' ' 44 e T37m . .4 -fu. .awk 1 :Swift I. 1 aeadsnninn 'r 'ig if 'L' Q Li ve ? W.' ' . ' F-T .1 1 .1 lbqifi- 1 . , i.- 'fi-f 'kn"W 1'- - it ' , 1:-4,-as 1, fe ., 4- ..e 'V V f '1.3f7,,'. ,' ' eg, i Yi T'-ly .. paw. '..., ti .' -:La g. me , T - -.4:,Q,,..1 gn V - . x, .,-.21 -':, R525 , i .1 - ,-5 if a 1 , Jfataee. ' ' 35 -- ii ' wi -its, ,, .L , +V' -1'-jj: " -, .551 iit ',f-gf-"Q F Q ii" QQ effiees- l A ,,- i any-L: ' " ' 1:3 - . - irfijf ii""jQ3' - . ,--'l aiaw,-,Y 2. 'iff T, '-'!- i,."i ', Q rx, ry' A- T - W, . ,rip E . . . . ,mist i - :ffl . -f, V N , .. r ' .l 2132, Q . iii, 1 VL, ' j stew ,. 'T ' i ' - 1 Q- , ai . 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S- ee. .- .. 1.4-Wm' f X2 'H' 'Qi .feb UNSW W ,, r : 'H as 'ai F ies gt j5:3FY-155: 5 fi '75 . nun i me L if 1. sz S, , - .ez A 1 -, s ,reggae 240 TU?" x-., l i. i Quai l i 91571 l ' . ' ?'T3355f '?t"' e:,H nfs. i, F' ' ' ' -T55 wf meat as Wa:'ffl-fvreaezewf' A , T Z .e A.., q,,L L aees,s,,,.,L .Q eff, . . .W ,team , ' l , , A , I, l Z ll . l, l lf' The Religious Life Council is an inter-faith organization which fosters the spiritual, in- tellectual, and social interests of the students of CMSU. The Council is composed of representatives of university religious organizations. Activities sponsored by the Council include Freshmen Orientation, vesper services, films, discusstion groups, and recreational activities. Its purposes are to coordinate and promote religious ac- tivities, to cooperate with local university religious groups, to witness that religion is relevant to campus life, to provide training in leadership and service, to assist in solving campus religious problems, and to en- courage active participation in religious groups. Religious Life Council Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota is an international professional fraternity for women in the world of music. It was founded June 12, 1903 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Epsilon Omega chapter was formed at CMSU in 1971. International projects included the Braille Music Fund, which provides music for the partially sighted, the MacDoweIl Colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire, which is a place where artists can go to work in solitude, and the Sigma Alpha Iota Philanthropics, Inc. Local activities include a variety show, spaghetti supper, singing Valentines, musicales, bake sales, and usher- ing for recitals. ' The Gamma Theta chapter of Sigma Tau Delta has been on the CMSU campus for eighteen years. It is an honor organization for English majors or minors of junior stan- ding or higher who have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 and a 3.0 average in English studies. Sigma Tau Delta holds monthly meetings bringing students and faculty together in an informal session with programs designed for analysis and discus- sion of literature and the arts. Dr. Katherine Moroney is the sponsor. Sigma Tau Delta 2 244 Sigma Zeta Sigma Zeta is a national honorary society for science and math majors. Requirements are a major in the natural sciences or mathematics, minimum of 25 completed semester hours including 15 semester hours in the natural sciences or mathematics and an overall grade point average of 2.75 in all sub- jects. The purpose of the organization is to encourage attainment of knowledge of the sciences. Meetings featured speakers on a variety of topics. Psi chapter also sent a number of delegates to the national convention held at Ann Arundel College in Maryland. lugs vw-wi Student Missouri State Teachers Associa- tion is the pre-professional state organiza- tion for educational students in the state of Missouri. A department ot the Missouri State Teachers Association, SMSTA mem- bership includes both the local and state organizations. The CMSU chapter holds monthly meetings and sponsors other ac- tivities. This year delegates were sponsored to the state convention in St. Louis and the Spring Workshop in Columbia. The annual Christmas party and the spring picnic were also held. 46 Tassels -Ai Tassels is an honor organization- of senior women who are selected on the basis of their high gradepoint average and have given evidence of service and leadership by participation in various organizations and activities on campus. Formed in 1968, Tassels is now petitioning for affiliation with Mortar Board, a national honor organization, and Tassels follows the ideals and code of that organization. Tassels' ac- tivities include participation in Homecoming, sponsorship of Awards Night and Women's Week, co-sponsorship of the Bridal Show, and also gives service to other organizations who call on them. Trap Club The Trap Club is in its first year at CMSU. The club members shoot at regular times and the facilities are open to any one interested. The Trap Club sponsors a Meat Shoot with winners receiving a prize of ham or sausage. Club members participated in several tour- naments and took second place in the Missouri Inter- collegiate Trap Tournament in Rolla. The members also plan to attend the ACU-I intercollegiate National Trap Tournament in New York. United Campus Christian Fellowship United Campus Christian Fellowship is an ecumenical religious organization which represents United Ministries in Higher Education on campus. Per- sonal enrichment and spiritual growth in understan- ding and living the Christian faith is basic to the fellowship. The UCCF Center is located at 205 E. South Street which also contains the office of the campus minister. Cost suppers, Sunday evening fellowship, programs, and informal activities are available to those who choose to affiliate with UCCF. Wesley Foundation? Singing Group Coffeehouse Discussion Groups Team Ministry Bible Study Communion Ping Pong, tv., etc. Wesley Wesley Foundation funded by the United Methodist Church, is a group of , students joined together to have fun, learn, and perhaps, find the secret of life. U n n 247 X 40- I 1 'ww 5: .4 4' -sift' fx ' y f g 8,1 f by wzswf ww f U nw-H , m 15 x . 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