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And we learn: Learn to live by the whims of the wind, Learn to do without the security of old familiar Landmarks, learn the secrets of new ports, learn to Stand straight and tall in the bow in the roughest Weather, learn to patch our self-confidence, Learn to drink the rain, learn to survive the storm And we learn to love life, ours and that of fellow Sailors. And we make a crew of hearty pirates, bound together by Chains no one can see. Somehow we finally sail into home port, to rest for Our next voyage. V . wxw-m-uu-w L -n w w W, , WA Mm Al I ' Q , , M7" 2 W ;uWW Mm r4 7 , ,, , ,, WM , V, ,7H 7' , N, W 'W' W , 31-: am an $592 w 0,, 1'7 ....., l , ...,.. . .,w .0."- .....- .... ... ' 7- , 7 7 , V W V. , . .-A 13 x . . . A .L . L,fo vwmmm nun um. n ... , k , ., --.,. .v.. W ' I WW ;, 3 WW , run 5. a re. 1y! I J. v. a . hr, yang I32 mpw; ... .- .4 . -.v....-.. ..-..4 Heri Bartscht Juergen Strunek Dr. Frank Doe Sister Clodovia Lockett 2S: Dr. David Pope Dr. Warren Pulich Dr. Charles Eaker Dr. Jack Towne Dr. Craig Bolton 'm. Dr. Gerald McMillan Dr. Cherie Clodfelter Dr. Kathleen Martin Dr. Hazel McDermott 20 Sister Frances Marie Manning Fr. Thomas Cumiskey Dr. Thomas Landess Mwmxwvg Dr. Michael Platt Dr. Melvin Bradford 22 Dr. Raymond DiLorenzo Dr. Eileen Gregory Fr. Rudolph Zimanyi Dr. James Fougerousse Mrs. Hazel Cazorla Dr. William Katra 23 Michael Riley "qr a "IUIJ at" Dr. Grace West Fr. Placid Csizmazia 24 Fr. Louis Lekai Joe Stiles Dr. June Welch Dr. Thomas Jodziewicz Dr. Roy T. Jacob i k Dr. Mark Jordan D . Andrew Berner Dr. Robert Wood 31$ Dr. Josef Seifert Fr. Thomas Cain six; Dr. Damian Fedoryka Dr. Frederick Wilhelmsen 27 5M. Sister Marianne Beard Dr. Richard Olenick Dr. Wayne Ambler Dr. Leo Paul DeAIvarez , W5 - ,, 1.25 a . 1.1 M u wswa u Dr. Jeffrey Wallin .q. 8 n .mv p S n IV 8 g A D Dr. Th mas West D Glen Thurow Dr. Robert Sardello Fr. Christopher Rabay J mes Patrick Dr. Bernand Batto Fr. Cho Dinh Phan Fr. Thomas Carroll Fr. Enrique Nardoni Fr. David Balas Sr. Ruth Ouatman, S.S.N.D. I Fr. Odo Egres, O.Cist. IN MEMORIAM 31 gk , . , ' 1 x W. Admissions: Sr. Pat Wamser, Pat Almenrode, Mrs. Marge Cruse, Pam Miler, Dan Davis Lysa Mattison, Jacquie Davies. Dan Gilmore Computer Staff: Thomas Berliner, Brenda Buchanon, Uprenda Bhatt, Sandra Gibbs, Debbie Ragsdill. 32 Library Staff: Allen Bond, Dorothea Malloy, Carolyn Fellman, Sr. Joseph David Mowl Marie Anderson, Ruth Cunningham, Alice Pura, Lucille Smith. Ted Karakekes Dean Ron Muller Mark Patrick Daly and Doug Drake 33 Gerry Henry Dina Stoppini Denise Schuler 34 M a w w: W- W - Marge Hobdy Diana Regan Heidrun Glessmeyer Renee Jarrett Dottie Gricius 35 Richard Gaffney Dot Rouget Hardee Ensley Jeri Guadognoli 36 Rodrigo Acosta Biology - Garland, Tx. Mary Therese Ahne Biology Elm Grove, Wi. Judith Ann Almaraz Drama Tyler, Tx. Lawrence Steven Andros Economics Dallas, Tx. Thomas Edwin Antonik Economics Lake Bluff, II. Edwin Roland Armstrong Politics Tyler, Tx. Walter Leo Avery, Jr. Economics - Lake Oswego, Or. Suzanne Mary Baars Philosophy - San Antonio, Tx. Theresa Kay Baker English - Irving, Tx. Juan Blanch Biology - El Paso, Tx. Judith M. Bowman Psychology - Ringgold, Ga. Eileen Evelyn Boyd Psychology - Dallas, Tx. 38 --,.- q,.wm-,- . - , y-xvyyuu'.rril'-'I'-'I Teresa Mary Brady Theology Portland, Or, Irwin Hubert Brown Biology Oklahoma City, Ok. Martha Ellen Bruner History Tulsa, Ok. James William Brunson History Wimberley, Tx. Farrell Joseph Cahn History - New Orleans, La. William Henry Cavanagh English - Ellington, Ct. David Armand Chauvette History - Manchester, NH. Irene Julia Cianlone Education Vienna, Va. Gary Donald Cieslak Psychology - Northridge, Ca. Anna Barbara Collins Theology - Dallas, Tx. Christopher Paul Connelly Politics - Acton, Ma. Peter John Countryman Physics -- Tacoma, Wa. 39 ' Paul Matthew Crane English - Dallas, Tx. xxxxx x xxxmA xxxxwwxxxx x x NV NW x xwxxxsxx xx Robert Curtis Cross Psychology - Groves, Tx. :xxxv o vx Timothy Alan Daly Philosophy - Dallas, Tx. xx x NAN xwx$ VA 1 Paul Gerard Danaher ' . Politics - Kansas City, FL Mo. Jeanne Marie Deeley History - Fort Worth, Tx. Ralph Anthony Defeo Economics - Newfield, NJ Edmund Kiley Delany English Silver Spring, Md. : Christine Harris Denning English - Estes Park, Co. 4 Anne Marie Dosch Math - Margate, NJ :. Barbara Ann Drebing I Psychology - Raton, NM Laura Ann Duff English - Irving, Tx. oKelly Marie Duggan English - Abilene, Tx. 40 . .: ,-,.,,,,,l'., .,u..-.. - James Radford Dyer Art - Irving, Tx. Julie Elizabeth Dysart Psychology - Tulsa, Ok. Dale Eugene Efaw, Jr. Economics - Plano, Tx. Maryann Catherine Erdman Economics - Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Priscilla Jean Falzone Politics - Dallas, Tx. Gracve Louise Farmer Philosophy - Irving, Tx. Carl Joseph Farrer Education - Dallas, Tx. John Russell Feist History - Dallas, Tx. Don Tom Flaherty Economics Kansas City, Mo. Barbara Jeanne Flood Philosophy -- Riverside, ll. Richard Flores History Irving, Tx. Robert Joseph Florian Philosophy - Camden, SC 41 -. . . .. . , V .. 7.."- v.1..-4un-rs-mncngu. Kathryn Lynn Foltz History Saginaw, Tx. Dennis M. Forcier Philosophy Dallas, Tx. Timothy Duane Forster Economics - Minneapolis, Mn. Chris Maurice Gangel Art - Kansas City, Mo. Bobby Garcia Biology Corpus Christi, Tx. Henry Dominic Godinez Drama Philadelphia, Pa. Mary Christine Goebel English San Antonio, Tx. John William Gormley Economics Dallas, Tx. John David Graham, Jr. History Jackson, Tn. Peter John Graham Politics - Pt. Jefferson, NY Anna Lisa Gresham History - Irving, Tx. James Robert Grotte Physics - West Columbia, Tx. 42 ..... .. ..4. jmial ' ', 'Ir' 'l'.'ll1'l I'frvll Barbara Anne Gruner Chemistry - Chesterfield, Mo. Laurence John Hanch Polmcs Parkridge, ll. Gregory Gerard Hart Philosophy - Little Rock, Ar Frank John HeHwig, Jr. Economics Rock Hill, Mo. Michael Heras Psychology Irving, Tx. Daniel James Herlihy Biology Silver Spring, Md. James Patrick Herlihy Math - Silver Spring, Md, Brent Allen Hoelscher Economics Belleville, ll. Barbara J. Holmstead Chemistry Wauwatosa, WI. Cary Kent Hyden Politics - Irving, Tx. Ray Barren Jeffrey English Balboa Height, CZ Steven Anthony Johnson Psychology - Fort Worth, Tx. 43 Michael David Kaitcer History Borger, Tx. Diane Kearney Drama - Copiague, NY Mary Theresa Kern Psychology Nazareth, TX. Warren Robert King Economics Irving, Tx. Hazel Nelle Kiper English - Derby, Ks: Carl A. Kogut Economics - Woodbridge, NJ Jeri Lynn Kresl Theology Omaha, Nb. Lisetta Ann Lavy Psychology - Wichita Falls, Tx. Jacques Tomas Lefave Politics - Santee, Ca. Eric N. Levy Biology - New York, NY Leslie Elizabeth Little Math - Nashville, Tn. Sharon Ann Lyons Languages - Dallas, Tx. 46 . ,nv: n,.. . . - Michael Victor Maggio History - Glenwood, ll. Michael Joseph Mahr Philosophy - Irving, TX. Patrick Carey Maloney Philosophy Irving, Tx. Elizabeth Ann McCall Art - Midland, Tx. Paul John McDonald History - Minneapolis, Mn. Carolyn Frances McGilvary Psychology - Groesbeck, TX. Gerald Louis McGonigle Drama Kansas City, Mo. Michelle McKay Education - Lufkin, Tx. Richard Paul Millspaugh Math - Baldwin Park, Ca. Jeffry Martin Mitchell Art Seattle, Wa. Michael William Mueller Economics Belleville, II. Laura Jane Mulry English - Arlington, Tx. , , , , , , , , ', N ,..- .M.,. ,,. ..,,,,., .., ,4.- ... . inch , - ' 1 rw , - n - - - - '- ' ' ' ' Joseph Robert Mussell, Jr. Economics Dallas, Tx. Denise Marie Naquin Languages - Dallas, Tx. Kathryn Ann Naughton Politics Rockville, Md. Thomas Courtney Nelson Economics - Dallas, Tx. John Dennis O'Brien Biochemistry - Chicago, Il. Ex x x xx: - $ Maleli Oropesa Art Dallas, Tx. Albert Henry Ostermann Economics - Windthorst, TX. Jeffrey Jay Pavletic Economics - Libertyville, II. John Kenneth Pfaff Biology - Mineola, Tx. Richard Wyatt Pool Economics - Shreveport, La. Diana Rodriguez Politics - Fort Worth, Tx. Michael Joseph Romano Biology Succasunna, NJ 48 Kathryn Ann Rossato Art Richardson, Tx, Ronaldo Javier Saenz Philbsophy McAllen, Tx. Marcos Gerardo Salas English - Irving, Tx. Cynthia Mary Seitz Theology Nashotah, Wi. Yolande Sheridan History Washington, DC. Maureen Katherine Shipley Psychology - Flossmoor, II. LisarAnne Shoemaker Art Houston, Tx. Monica Mary Smith Languages Nashville: Tn. Martha Soto Psychology Austin, Tx. Brian Albert Spillane Psychology - Falls Church, Va. Elizabeth Ann Starek Psychology - Dallas, Tx Lawrence Patrick Streit Economics - Warren, Or. 49 , ,nr 475. ,. Lisa Mary Struthers Economics - Edina, Mn. Edward William St Ville Biology Tulsa, Ok. James Eric Susi Biology - Columbus, Oh. John Francis Theroux Chemistry - El Paso, Tx. Frank R. Tucker History Olympia Field, II. Douglas Paul Ullmann Economics Dallas, Tx. Mary Ann Vail Psychology - Richardson, Tx. Suzanne Ilene Valenzuela Theology - Clifton Forge, Va. Mary Elizabeth Vernino Psychology - N. Little Rock, Ar. Christopher Joseph Volkmer Drama - Nebraska City, Nb. Elizabeth Anne Wakefield History - Lone Star, Tx. Mary Frances Wearden Art - Richardson, Tx. 50 Martin Edward Weisse Biology - Oshkosh, Wi. William Kelly Wells Economics Richardson, Tx. Sandi Renee Wenzl Psychology - Oklahoma City, 0k. Catherine Erlene Whiteman Drama Dallas, Tx. Mark Edward Willett Psychology - Jonesboro Arm, Ar. Laura Elisabeth Wilson Drama Mobile, AI. Kenneth Ray Zangla History - Irving, Tx. Mark Floyd Zeske English - Dallas, Tx. Mary Catherine Zielinski TheoIogy South Bend, In. Nikki Elena Zurita Art - Lake Placid Fl. Daniel B. Blast Chemistry - Gardner, Ma. Cynthia Barbara Cline L Economics - Irving, Tx. an appearance Tom Flaheny: Hl'd walk a mile for a pork Theresa Brady Miek Mueller "These are deepcomics." chop" Best heads of the senior class get together Jerry McGonigle It'll never work. He keeps walking. Bill Cavanaugh and Liz Wakefield 55 I thought St. Ville was the name of a street. 'Sisters" Dan Blast Mark, Pete, Ed, and Gary Randy Schulz There's the dry cleaner with your pants Ron Saenz 56 3:, w I love it when you shave close Greg Hart Ralph Defeo Now, about the paradoxical structure of existence. 57 Julie Dysan ,u. Pat McLain, wounded, carries himself off the field Barb Drebbing and Tim Daly Needs Foster Grants 12w $4 I adore my public! xx: Pete Graham, soldier withou a war Jeff Mitchell The best. . . . Am Chip Avery, most obnoxious and the not-so-best Paul Danaher Juan Blanche And now a word from our sponsor. . . Paul McDonald, Mark Zeske, Marty Weisse 60 smw . I knew the game was fixed! 1: Claire Holland That's right. 10096 ground bull. Peggy Fagan Joe Hanafee w . QMM ; , x. g: Claire Holland Mike, Danny, and Mike up for the game Kathy Lawler wasn't prepa red for snow in Dallas. Scott Sutton Bryan Rojek - Man of the Hour Georgie Ward 65 Fran Pevehouse and Mike Gontarz Anna Bausch, Mike Jason, Keith Berling Stephanie Begnel and Judy Hession with Ruth the attack dog. Sam Fountain Sara Riehart: uGet off my back, Hassle- brock." 66 Dave Schlafly John Donnelly and Ed Phillips HI like my brick medium rare." 67 W; A Ann Malain and Theresa Ackels: celebrating St. Pizza's Pete Merkl Ted Mielcarz Carl Kuss But I don't even own a car! Liz Nipper Athena Nike? ww- Tim Flannery, Kendal! Kelley, Steve Otto Mary Hermann and Joe Orchard k , . ; Beth Wiedemeyer and Cathy Seifert: a "tender" Ann Childs,gypsy princess moment. 69 Laurel and Hardie Peggy and Dan 1 Danny Claytor and 3: L5. his Ya Habeeb Harem , , mnm ': Bryan Rojek - Bride of the Hour. Georgie Ward, Mary Bonness, and Frances Efaw Mike Costello 70 Another tender moment. HPaolo and Francesca" Stephanie Begnel Alice, Tim, and Jill Peggy Fagan and Dan Harkins Bob McGuire w Bob Jenkins Paul Boer Fred Curtis A Gerald Newburger has his head on Ron, l'mtaking you hostage! Claire Gonzales crooked. 72 Enormous Jerome Roaches Susan Moore ? Your flipper doesn't work! Mary Beth Santowski Pattie Wiederkehr Ann Childs Danny Claytor Andy Pedersen .' - .1.,,g, Mrs. Wenzl, can Kathy come out to Did Frank put Everclearinthejuice again? play? Wrong finger, Susan. Kendall Kelley and John Craig 1 Mark Bernhard Liz McGinnis and Claire Ryan 75 5 Joe Clary has delusions of grandeur. All dressed up and no place to go. John Shamoun, Carl Lumley, Don Nama, Bryan McCrory Do you think he likes me? You have to climb over people to get to the top. 78 x , MA! Pat Gilmore and Tracy Cloutier Kevin Wilie Julie Velke Crisy Eiermann tries sleep-writing 79 ,n a p s n e ,e r mG w ,e r D Laura Noonan 80 The Pope Matt H.213 7': ,V L$F iii 81 Dom Denaro The Spring Romers Richard Adderley But where does the bus stop? Kevin Haumann 4' Bill Moser Steve Smith LeeAnn Davis Celia Mohr Pete Blue Nancy Koehler Torn Tucker Jon Barcellona Tim O'Brien Mo Fitzpatrick 83 Barb Schultz Terry Klaum Donna Hanisch Stephanie Rogers John Flattey Pam Hall Anne Morris 6... 3:: Is that Oakie? Lee Lanham Chris McGehee Diane Gowski Judy Guffee Karl Taylor Julie Pickering $ ' 9' z x: 7. sz 7: " K Peggy Herbold V Steve Snodell Lori Linthicum Dave Wright 21's Melissa Richter Drew Greenspan Jane Maher , ?'u Chrissie Eiermann Bryan McCrory a Hugh O'Hara Sophia Silva Ken Morris Notonthe. .. Tim Pauline x Kathy Moore 88 The Adams Family Laura Noonan Mark Vakos Sarah Merdian Diane Bennett Pete Midgley Chris Cerstung Betsy Maguire Pam Cummins Barb Schulz Kevin Haumann Charles Kasharian Gary Lee Paula Ciprich W Joe Peabody Anne Morris Vicki Farrington I; Tony Monachello Mary and Mrs. . .. ix; x John Combs Debbie Luther Tim Tolan Jim Stascavage alias "Chicken Man" AI Brezna Tracy Cloutier 92 The Shield And the moving of th'earth brings harms and fears Wonder at the shield's forger: flute and lyre and cold dank darkness with the setting sun and light dance-steps like at Knosos bring and the blackness brings sad and blinding tears communitas from Hericlitus fire; and the light is lost; what canst now be done? an endless pentagle, unbroken ring. Who's the idiot telling this tale Then the hammer strikes, somewhat serpentine, covered by a hill, alone in a cave for delta smelting seems contradict'ry. without color, caroming off unfeeling walls Something is gone with our young valentine, looking for an order which someone forgot to place changing the shield by this valedict'ry. forgetting the stars, howling and bellowing at the unseen moon Not by accident, because the dreamer pounding calloused hands have no quick or cuticle over israel slumbers not nor sleeps. standing stock still This realization is our redemmer, so cold growing careless with daily attrocities it instills purpose even while He weeps. Aye, there's the rub: without the rest you can'twithout the rest The hammer blow summons us each by name amidst these, Marlowe's destructive elements. such that never once can we be the same. J. Clary I think of my friend often. She has never left me. Minutes pass when Jerome feels very quiet And i miss her squinted smile, But her memory remains loud in my mind. The sadness I feel for her goodbye is lost in the shadow cast by The laughter she made eternal. Her love embraced many lonely hearts But her death brought them together, Never to be alone again. In the days to come I'll gain great pleasure and consolation By retelling "Slavik stories". We can't let a good thing die, thus, Her memory shall live forever. Chris has been welcomed to heaven. The smiles may return for l have memories that fill a willing mind. 8. Hightower CHRIS SLAVIK 1960-1980 Joan and Liz dressed to pick up men. Dom Denaro 94 N E M H S E R F The Flaming Shots For a good time, call . . . Yes, I just got a job at LaBare Julie Loupe - Oh, my butt hurts! Iran, here we come!! Why aren't these men smiling Greg Beben and Rob LeMire. Ellen Clark I can't look at dead pigs. Linnie 98 Debbie Abraham Prospective Chem. maior. Planning post-game strategy I don't believe he did it! , 5s '1 m A 42er 152 Chris Kacaroski Dear Sue, since you're at school, we've rented your room. Help! My wrist is caught in my eye! One for the road. l thinkthis is how to make ethanol. Wm gw I Look what Santa brought! pk Dave Cambell John I'Jailbird" Coogan: HNo, Measuring the thread of life. Stalling in Madonna 102 Would you buy a used carf these men? They won't accept my LO.U.? U.D. security takes many forms. Flaming shots huddle up. INN Who's next? The Siege of Madonna Meriam Chaney In the Rat Why is Christina smiling? I think these bomb scares are a PDQ publicity stunt. Fraulein Phoebe Stoned . . . again m Get thee to a nunnery. 106 Marcie .a: Shanon, pre.wed. :3 We're trying to fit into a phonebooth but we couldn't find one. Above: Jeanne Marie Forti bleachers . WW x x A -. ,wMH,..M-.m . . , zdbw m W ms d.......,.. w - h. "r"1 nuwynu ',,ul v. 7,11. ,m - 7. g .4 $.'..'- E u? . L Il-z - 9:; 11. Claire Gonzalez Bread Jail Ginger 9 7 9 K E E W V: TI: R A H C Tom Heselbrock Cheryl Bowers K Ed Reusch gives Susan Cvitanovitch Please, no more! a Wide". 2?. , No sugar-free Dr. Pepper Hey, you're supposed to be dead! Another casualty Pay attention, Mark, it's your move. Poker face Sam Fountain I L i 0 338715;? -A Valerie Synwoldt Anyone wanna play one on one Who'd have ever believed? Real Togetherness Heart to heart H4 Marcia Martinez Ann Madonia Cinderella swings Grrrrrrl! 116 S TUDEN T GO VERNMEN T Senior representatives: M.T. Ahne, Pat Herlihy, Marty Weisse. Junior representatives: Mary Bonness, Dan Harkins, Judy Hession. Sophomore representatives: Ellie Baars, Pete Blute, Karen Dillabough, Chris Gerstung, Carl Lumley, Eric Mueller. Freshman representatives: Frank Lococo, Eilleen McPherson, Dave Wasserman. Committee chairmen: Publicity: Lisetta Lavy, Jeff Mitchell. Social On: Edwin Armsirong, Larry Hanch, AI Ostermann. Landscape: Mary Ann Vail. Film: Jeff Pavletic, Lawrence Streit. Food: Monica Smith. Academic Affairs: Kathy Naughton. Lecture and Fine Arts: Mike Maggio. . Q Student Government Officers: Pres. Farrell Cahn; V.P. Monica Smith; Treas . Julie Dysart; Sec. Kelly Duggan. In addition to dances, coffeehouses, and weekly movies, the Student Government, along with the Student Foundation, sponsored a campus improvement program during the 1979-80 year. Under Mary Ann Vail's direction, students built new entrances to Carpenter Hall and the Branniff Building, a retaining wall outside Haggar Student Center, and a new walk by Jerome Hall. The entrance to Lynch Hall was also beautified with a portico, several trees, and holly bushes. VERSITY OF DALLAS UNI CROSS COUNTRY The Crusader Cross Country Team TURKE Y TROT Kevin Wylie nears the finish line. xx .2: .' 44,3, 3e Clary in hot pursuit of Mike Keegan. Coach Gaffney "You get out and run too!" 119 NAIA SOCCER The U.D. soccer team finished its season with a .500 record, ts- Above: Kevin Haumann stops a goal. Below1 Frank Hellwig paS- 8-2i which is the first time in their short history that the Crusad- ses downfield. ers reached this level of play. The Crusaders had their thorny moments. The team lost three games which could have been theirs, had they worked just a bit better on the offensive drive. Victories against Texas Wesleyan and West Texas State re-estab. lished U.D. offensive attack. A win over Austin College coupled with a forfeiture by Dallas Baptist College put the Crusaders in second place in their NAIA conference with a 3-1 record. Top left: Glenn Romauldo fights for the ball. Bottom left: Tom Hansel drives downfield. Below: Tom Hansel blasts from the side. Staaiing: Greg Cook, Bill Moser, Joe Hanafee, Tom Flaherty, John Donnelly, Kevin Haumann, Pete Gangel, Bob Jen Alberto Rocha, Eddie Reusch. Kneeling: Glen Romauldo, Jeff Cass, Alan Berecka, Chris Gangel, Tom Hansel, Frank Hellwig, Dave Mullins, Rob Foran, Coach Meinster. kins, Jack Zanini, I21 CR U SABER Bob Lessuau Fred Rousseau Another Homerun!" .AHere it 3, comes!" John Combs ' He's stealing another one!" Mark Vakos attempts a bunt. 122 BASEBALL 3; Coach Gaffney "We're a super team. Just super." Jerry Haber- korn HI think it's going foul." John Combs scores another for the Crusaders. Fred Rousseau WOMEN ZS Cs Jules Dysart intercepts another. Cheryl Bowers on the move. Anne Malain ' Try to stop me!" Melinda Govengo I24 F 00 TBALL Judy Hession Julie Loupe and Mary Kleyweg. When do the cheerleaders get here? m John Pfaff deep in concentration. John Donnelly HDarn! My zipper's stuck!" 126 F OOTBALL f Steve Kuehhas at Herlihy Where can I run?" ' x ' K , ww: $945.;1t Inn" .. y HA penalty? You're crazy!" I27 WWW WOMENB SOCCER Bet Wiedemeie "Now th . was dumb! Linda Wuller Beat it!" CfMLH WW I hm. Claire Gonzales 1 123 Coach Hellwig 1'What the Hellwig are my girls doing?" T e Champions ; 3S: 1 . ; x Paul McDonald "What's he waiting for?" Frank Hellwig and Bob Jenkins. Hi There! H ORSESH OE C OMPE TI TI ON ....'u.,yw. ; Beth Ahne and Theresa Ackels I29 WOMEN 19 Sue Hauck and Jim Fred Bayless. Ya Habeebs always have fun. Now here's what we'll do . . . 130 NRFPTP gets a pep talk. b x Kelli Duggan gets the jump ball. -: Diane Gowski goes in for a Iay-up. Angela Redmond HYou can't come in here!" 131 1g; The Champions ' B.H. and the Penetrators." Tom Hansell Paul McDonald HNow where's the rest of my team?" BASKETBALL Mark Zeske rejects two. W5 chicketmghting time! Swish! Tim Wimams He's falling on me!" Monty Verona and his jump shot. WOMENB VOLLEYBALL Claire Ryan HMy fingernail's broken!" -- L The Champions HC'est La Vie." Colleen Albright HI love spiking!" Lee Ann Davis a H 5 Liz McGinnis "I heard that!" Now listen to the coach. I34 , MENZS VOLLEYBALL The Champions HTragic Banana." NAwM arry Hanch ATHLETES OF THE YEAR Danny Claytor L Cheryl Bowers 135 WOMEN ZS KC w 1 murmurs umm , L l Cathy Roman and Jeanne Marie Fortier "We're Yocks not Jocks." Barb Flood "Eh to you too!" M.T. Ahne ' Nob0dy gets to 1st base with me!" Fernie Henry OFTBALL Cheryl Bowers AaSluggern Pam Martin HI broke another nail!" Stephanie Hightower 1 7" 4 ' y ' ' . HStretch" , Varga gets 1 7 L , , the out. Coach Gaffney HI think my tobacco's gone stale!" 137 CR U SADER GOLF Coach Dick Chapman Paul McDonald HI feel naked without my guitar." Mike Mueller 138 OK TOBERF E S T m3 W W mm x . X : $$$ 145 ALK CIRCLE H f1 J ; omvwk mx x EKKV Q $$ .- x, QSKSKMx m; Wrzx iv M TV: la; 2 i? 147 THE DRAMA DEPAR TMEN T 148 Gary Cieslak Where should I begin? We shared much with many of you My thoughts easily wan- der away to a time lapse photography sequence of days and years before today There have been football games and library afternoons, groundhog mornings and term paper nights, We have even had occasion to hit the streets as well as the books, in Irving, in Rome, in Dallas, in Paris. Mostly lwing, though. But when l was in Paris several spring breaks ago, I happened by the Rodin Museum. And while wandering through there, I came upon HThe Thinker," that inspiring bronze man with chin upon fist, bent over in the deepest sort of thought. Ah! The contemplative life. That was for me alright Just think of the tan you could get. When I finally returned from my Rome-ing around in Europe and got back into our hill- top hangout here, I would amuse myself while walking over to PDQ by remembering that Rodin sculpture, You see for my first couple of years here I could never quite fig- ure out precisely what the Institute of Phil- osophic Studies was After seeing 'lThe Thinker," I decided that the Institute must consist of some athletic-looking guy sitting around in a dark dusty room in some removed corner of the Branilf building all day long with his chin on his fist, contemt plating impenetrable philosophic ques- tions. Such were the fruits of a liberal arts education, I thought Which reminds me of another story. My first semester here an old friend from high school came out to visit, I gave her a tour of the school that admissions would be proud of. By that time I had already been thoroughly indoctrinated into all the wona dertul benefits attainable through the pur- suit of the liberal arts tradition and I cone veyed to her the things I had learned, Well, when I was all through with my sales pitch she said she still could not quite under- stand what was so great about the liberal arts Ncondition," as if it was a disease that would lay you up for whole semesters at a time. I gently explained to her that it was a liberal arts tradition, not condition, but I think she missed the point. The point, my friends, has to do with the ideas, the ideals, and the imagination that have touched us during our stay here, We have learned many things in four years. Perhaps we even still remember some of them. A lot of the details, I suppose, will fade away before too long but I believe we have come a long way towards learning how to think, how to wrestle with ideas and how to submit to those that are bigger than we. I am sure you have read the UD catalog somewhere along your four years here, .so you know all about this. We will carry the ideas and imagination of our respective disciplines with us when we leave. Do not get me wrong, though; I do not say this merely for ideas' sake. Rather, my direc- tion has to do with what follows upon embracing these things. The world asks, HWhat does an idea do anyway?" I have yet to be able to sell any of mine. I cannot see them, I cannot count them and it is one difficult task to package them up for easier shipping and handling in my mental warehouse. And what about this imagination stuff, too? I think it is sort of like the grass in the backyard that you never get around to mowing: it's just there. But it is not in the front yard and nobody sees it, so that's okay. Well, ideas do not just lay around waiting for us to think them. They are a way of meeting the world. They illuminate reality, just like the light bulbs blinking above the heads of cartoon characters. They run deeper than speculations, opinions or con- ceits. ldeas have a way of sparkling when we glance at them, winking when we look at them, They turn our gaze, capture our mind's eye and proceed to show us a path, a passageway into their viewpoint. As such, ideas have something to say. They are calling us to follow. 80 what now? We have indeed encoun tered such provoking ideas in our stay here. We have met the ideas and imagina- tion of our respective disciplines and we have conversed with their request for sub- merging ourselves into their way of encountering the world. Yet, in a broader sense, our curriculum has shown us a world more profound than any one discie pline alone can fully fathom. We have met a community here, too, around the base of the tower and we have learned to share the University with each other. All the while we have lived under the roof of a Christian community, having heard the message of the cross of Christ and having lived amongst the Christian ideals of brotherv hood devoid of bickering, pettiness and rivalries, ideals of charity and respect, of love. The ideas we have encountered here call for a response, a following. Not only do they make us their own, but we make them our own. Our education has consisted of more than just note taking and quote tak- ing. We have to take ideas in, digest them, and come to terms with whatever truths GRAD UA TION they may contain. We may not always agree with them but our common predicav ment here on this planet gives us the responsibility to listen to what the world is saying. We have been somewhat removed here at UD, l have been told, but we have not been isolated. The HRW," the real world is close at hand. We did not leave it in order to come here. Similarly, we do not necessarily have to leave UD completely behind in order to go out there. Which brings me to this: ideas engender actions and actions nurture our ideas. They enjoy a natural intimacy; an essential inseparability. Neither one can be what it is without the other, or else our actions are aimless and wandering and our ideas are without life, without substance. Each springs forth from the others We cannot entertain one without entertaining its brothers Of course, in various formulae tions, you have heard all this before. And you know of course that when we leave here you have to carry on with keeping imagination and ideas alive in the world, even if we do end up waiting tables or sell- ing encyclopedias or working in admisA sions in a year or ten from now. If we had wanted to learn a trade rather than a voca- tion, then we should have been at a bar- tending school, right? Nowhere along the line did we stop being active so as to learn great ideas and encounter imagination; nor are we about to forget ideas and imagination as we enter a world so bent on furious activity, As I said, they travel together. My desire here today has not been to implore you to remember these things in the world. If you have learned of and listened to these things in our years here, you will remember them If the ideas have so invited us and the imagi- nation so enticed us and the ideals so pro- voked us as to bring us to a deeper under- standing of our world, then these are things we will not forget. No, my desire is to emphasize to you that these things call us to action, action complementing, con- tinuing and remaining consistent through- out with our ideas and the truths they con- tain. They ask for articulation through action, in whatever our job or trade or posi- tion in life. Thus will we keep ideas and imagination truly alive in the world and bring them to fruition. Thus will we truly find the ideals we profess to have met here. Granted, the path may not always be obvious or easy, but it is important. It is why we have been here. It has been said that it is not where you are going but how you get there It is not the ideas and imagination you place before yourselves as idols but rather the ones you wear while you are travelling that really matter. My friends, congratulations are in order. We have a for the most part - tra- velled well. With courage and faith, may we continue to do so. Good luck, Good bye. God bless you. Gary D. Cieslak 1 May 1980 M9 YEARBOOK S TAFF photographers: sam fountain - sports julie loupe - sports, freshmen kendall kelley juniors betsy maguire - sophomores, rome peggy herbold - sophomores, rome pat daly - rome chris kacoroski freshmen, sports gloria montgomery - graduation Iawrence streit - seniors farshad sadri - charity week darkroom: julie loupe kendall kelley betsy maguire anne seaver snapshots, captions, etc.: frank stepnowski martha soto melanie rockenhaus sara riehart randy schultz bob jenkins opening poem by mark zeske chris slavik memorial poems by joe clary and Stephanie hightower timothy daly -- editor lynn canty - head photographer pete graham - head photographer jeri kresl - senior section kendall kelley - junior section Vickie farrington - sophomore, sports sections rich stepnowski freshman section, naia soccer Iinda green - charity week section Iiz wakefield - okotberfest, index julie loupe - chris slavik memorial anne seaver faculty section betsy maguire - epilogue 163 ' 3N sis . 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Farshad Sadri Jeri Kresl Betsy Maguire Julie Loupe Chris Kacoroskl Linda Green Peggy Herbold and Anne Seaver Lawrence Streit A ;,x 164 INDEX Abdallah, Genevieve: 106 Abraham, Deborah: 99, 104 Ackels, Theresa: 2, 12, 61, 66, 68, 1 11, 129 Ackerman, Linda: 7, 96, 103 Acosta, Rod: 38, 152 Adderley, Richard: 81, 98, 102 Adorable, Pilar: 89 Ahne, Beth: 12, 56, 64, 66, 70, 125, 129 Ahne, John: 155 Ahne, Mary Therese: 38, 52, 56, 59, 111, 136 Albright, Colleen: 68, 134 Alheet, Mark: 106 Allard, Lee: 126 Allen, Steve: 92 Almaraz, Judith: 38, 53 Almonrode, Pat: 32 Alvis, John: 17, 22 Ambler, Wayne: 28 Anderson, Karen: 84 Andros, Larry: 10, 38 Anglin, Nancy: 15, 116 Antonik, Tom: 38 Arata, David: 135 Armstrong, Edwin: 3, 38, 45, 57 Armstrong, Hal: 65, 75 Arrieh, Danielle: 67, 71 Artheglen, Susan: 1 15 Attie, Alexandra: 44 Atwell, Jennifer: 98, 101, 103 Avery, Chip: 1 1, 38, 44, 59, 60 Baars, Sue: 38, 44, 53, 60, 151 Bagheri, Ali: 72 Baker, Theresa: 38, 54, 58, 154 Balas, Jr., David: 31 Barcellona, Jon: 83 Barger, Pat: 36 Bartscht, Heri: 18 Bartscht, Waltraud: 24 Batto, Bernard: 33 Bausch, Ann: 2, 12, 16, 66, 76, 1 16 Bayless, James: 6, 83, 130 Beard, Sr., Marianne: 28 Beber, Greg: 98 Beckley, Phoebe: 106 Begnel, Stephanie: 66, 71, 115 Benes, Pamela: 1 10 Bennett, Diane: 89 Bennett, Kelli: 53, 153 Bennett, Margaret: 72 Berecka, Alan: 121 Berliner, Thomas: 32 Berling, Keith: 66 Berner, Andrew: 26 Bernhard, Mark: 75 Blatt, Upendia: 32 Blanch, Juan: 38, 60, 76, 153 Blast, Dan: 12, 51, 56 Blute, Pete: 83 Boccieri, Nancy: 72 Boer, Paul: 62 Bolton, Craig: 19 Bond, Allan: 33 Bonness, Mary: 7, 67, 70 800, John: 96, 102, 103, 107 Bowers, Cheryl: 13, 1 14, 124, 135, 137 Bowman, Judith: 38, 153 Boyd, Eileen: 38 Bradford, M. E.: 22 Brady, Teresa: 5, 39, 54, 59, 153 Brainerd, Kevin: 116 Brandler, Christopher: 15 Brezna, Albin: 92, 138 Brown, Irwin: 39 Bruner, Martha: 7, 39 Brunson, James: 39 Bryant, Carolyn: 69, 76 Buchanan, Brenda: 32 Cahn, Tarrell: 3, 39, 151,152 Cain, Rev. Thomas: 27, 150 Campbell, David: 102 Canty, Lynn: 44, 52, 58, 152, 153 Carlton, Elizabeth: 100 Carroll, Rev. Thomas: 31 Carter, Mike: 64, 65, 70, 114, 132 Cass, Jeff: 62, 121 Cavangh, Bill: 39, 44, 55, 152, 153, 154 Cazorla, Hazel: 23 Cervenka, Laura: 95, 103 Cervera, Bill: 3 Chambers, Beth: 99 Chaney, Miriam: 104 Chauvette, David: 39 Childs, Anne: 67, 73, 74 Cianflone, Irene: 39, 115 Cieslak, Gary: 5, 39, 55, 56 Ciprich, Paula: 91 Clark, Ellen: 98 Clary, Joe: 44, 63, 76, 110, 119 Clayton, Danny: 13, 64, 73, 74, 113, 135 Cline, Cynthia: 51, 150 Clodfelter, Cherie: 20 Cloud, Joanne: 86 Cloutier, Tracy: 92 Clukey, Harleigh: 13 Collins, Anna Barbara: 39 Combs, John: 92, 122, 123 Connelly, Chris: 39, 54, 57 Coogan, John: 2, 102 Cook, Fulton: 120, 121 Coppin, Charles: 26 Costello, Mike 72 Countryman, Peter: 39 Couture, Tim: 132 Cowan, Louise: 21, 151 Cowan, Donald: 28, 151 Crane, Paul: 40, 45, 57 Crosby, John: 26 Cross, Robert: 40, 68 Cruse, Margie: 32 Csizmazia, Rev. Placid: 24 Cumiskey, Rev. Thomas: 21 Cummins, Pamela: 90 Cunniff, Mim: 6, 63 Cunningham, Ruth: 33 Curtis, Fred: 72 Curtsinger, Barbara: 91 Curtsinger, Eugene: 88 Curtsinger, Mary: 91 Cvitanovich, Susan: 12, 65, 75, 11 1, 129 Daly, Pat: 33 Daly, Tim: 37, 40, 52, 58, 150, 155 Danaher, Paul: 40, 60 Davies, Jacqueline: 32 Davis, Dan: 17 DeAIvarez, Leo: 28 Deeley, Jeanne: 40 Defeo, Ralph: 40, 44, 57, 58 Dehan, Christopher: 56 Delaney, Ed: 13, 40, 56, 154 Denaro, Dom: 6, 15, 81, 94 Dennehy, Susan: 111 Denning, Chris: 40, 53, 56, 59, 153 Dillabough, Karen: 11 165 166 DiLorenzo, Raymond: 23 Doe, Frank: 18 Donnelly, John: 12, 63, 67, 97, 111,116,121,126,132 Dosch, Anne Marie: 40, 113 Dougherty, Patrick: 10, 115 Drake, Doug: 33 Drebing, Barbara: 40, 58 Duff, Laura: 40, 59 Duggan, Kelli: 100, 108, 116, 131 Duggan, Kelly: 12, 40, 52, 56, 59, 60,114,151,153 Dupree, Robert: 21 Dyer, James: 41 Dysart, Julie: 41, 52, 58, 59, 60, 124, 151, 154 ' Eaker, Charles: 19 Eastman, John: 2 Efaw, Dale: 41 Efaw, Francis Cipolda: 3, 70 Eghes, Fr., Odo: 31 Eiermann, Cristina: 79, 87 Emelogu, Stanely: 120 Emery, Kent: 22 Ensley, Hardee: 36, 151 Erdman, Maryann: 41, 154 Erken, Julie: 7, 12 Eros, Michael: 54 Fagan, Margaret: 62, 71 Fagan, Peggy: 62, 1 14 Falzone, Priscilla: 41 Farmer, Grace: 41, 153, 155 Farrer, Carl: 41 Farrington, Victoria: 85, 91 Fedoryka, Damian: 27 Fiest, John: 41 Fellman, Carolyn: 33 Fernandez, David: 106 Ferrell, David: 153, 155 Ferris, Patrick: 7, 108 Finan, Rev. William: 30 Fischer, Rev. Don: 34 Fisher, Gregory: 122 Fitzpatrick, Manette: 83 Flaherty, Tom: 5, 13, 37, 41 , 54, 120,121,132,155 Flannery, Tim: 6, 62, 69, 71 , 72, 76, 152 Flatley, John: 84 Fleming, Maureen: 71, 73 Flood, Barbara: 5, 41, 53, 55, 59, 136, 155 Flores, Richard: 41 Florian, Robert: 41, 150, 154 Foltz, Kathy: 42, 154 Foran, Robert: 97, 121 Forcier, Dennis: 42 Forsher, Pauline: 88 Forster, Tim: 42 Fortia, Jeanne: 136 Fougerousse, James: 23 Fountain, Sam: 66, 70, 111, 113, 164 ' Frisby, Mollie: 101, 136 Frost, Cheryl: 10, 74, 76 Gaffney, Richard: 36, 119, 137 Gaines, Bridgett: 71 Gangel, Chris: 42, 121 Gangel, Peter: 107, 121 Garcia, Bob: 42, 52, 151 Gardner, Liz: 2, 12, 76, 94 Ga11i, Greg: 101 Gerda, Joe: 73, 74 Gerstung, Chris: 10, 89 Gibbons, Lisa: 78 Gibbs, Sandra: 32 Gillaspy, John: 110 Gilmore, Daniel: 32 Gilmore, Pat: 79, 131 Giovengo, Melinda: 67, 124 Glassmeyer, Heidrun: 35 Godinez, Henry: 42, 52 Gontarz, Michael: 66 Gonzales, Claire: 13, 71, 72, 74, 1 10, 128 Goodman, John: 19 Gormley, John: 42 Gowski, Diane: 85, 131 Graham, David: 42 Graham, Pete: 42, 56, 57, 59, 151 Green, Linda: 16, 164 Greenspan, Andrew: 87 Gregory, Eileen: 12, 23 Gresham, Anna Lisa: 42 Gricius, Dottie: 35 Griener, Rachel: 1 15 Grotte, James: 42 Gruner, Barbara: 43 Guadagnoli, Jeri: 36 Guerrero, Judy: 12 Guffee, Judy: 85 Gylys, Tom: 12 Haberkorn, Jerry: 91, 123 Halfaker, Dave: 87 Hall, Pamela: 84 Hanafee, Joe: 64, 74, 121 Hanch, Larry: 12, 43, 53, 59, 135 5 Hanisch, Donna: 15, 84 Hansell, Tom: 63, 67, 120, 121, 132 Hardy, Rev. Gilbert: 27 Harkins, Jack: 70, 71,72, 75 Hart, Greg: 43, 57 Hauck, Susan: 130 Haumann, Kevin: 16, 77, 82, 90, 120, 121 Helin, Rose: 3, 12 Hellwig, Frank: 12, 13,43, 53, 54,120, 121, 128, 129 Henderson, Dave: 44, 66, 1 13 Henry, Fernando: 92, 136 Henry, Gerry: 34 Heras, Michael: 43 Herbold, Peggy: 16, 77, 86, 164 Herlihy, Dan: 43, 114 Herlihy, Pat: 37, 43, 52, 59, 127 Hermann, Mary: 69 Hesselbrock, Tom: 4, 61, 66, 73, 11 1, 115 Hession, Judy: 66, 68, 69, 74, 115, 125 Hightower, Stephanie: 130, 137 Hobdy, Marj: 34 Hoeischer, Brent: 11, 37, 43 Holland, Claire: 64, 72 Holland, Beth: 14 Holmstead, Barbara: 43, 57 Homan, Astrid: 12 Hombsch, Linda: 115 Hoyle, Guy: 87 Hudson, Helena: 6 Hunt, Sandra: 33 Huntley, Nicole: 82 Hyden, Cary: 43, 53 Jackson, Alden: 12, 100 Jacob, Roy: 26 Jarrett, ReneeE-z 35 Jason, Michael: 66, 75, 76 Jedlicka, Jean: 67 v Jeffrey, Ray: 43, 53, 57 Jenkins, Bob: 12, 72, 121, 129 Jensen, Roy: 110, 111 Jodziewicz, Thomas: 25 Johnson, Carolyn: 68 Johnson, Douglas: 85 Johnson, Steve: 43, 52 Jones, Stephen: 106 Jordan, Mark: 17, 26 Jordan, Susan: 71 Kacoroski, Chris: 11, 100, 164 Kaitcen, Mike: 13, 15, 16, 44, 46, 56 Kaitcen, Steve: 6, 10 Karakekes, Ted: 33 1 Kasbarian, Charles: 90 Katra, William: 3, 23 Kearney, Diane: 46, 53 Keegan, Mike: 64, 110 Keegan, Tim: 4, 97 Kelley, Kendall: 12, 69, 75, 164 Kendrick, Linnie: 98 Kern, Theresa: 46 Kern, Patricia: 7 King, Warren: 46 Kipen, Hazel: 46 Klaum, Teresa: 84 Kleyweg, Mary: 70, 76, 156 Klimek, Stephen: 70 Koch, Eric: 101 Koehler, Nancy: 3, 83, 85 Kogut, Carl: 46, 150 Kresl, Jeri: 40, 59, 60, 150, 164 Kubala, Thoams: 69 Kuehlas, Steven: 101, 107, 127 Kuss, Carl: 68 Lachance, Robert: 7, 67, 71, 74 Landess, Thomas: 21 Lanham, Lee: 85 Lanham, Mary: 86 Lavy, Lisetta: 37, 46, 54, 59, 153 Lawler, Kathy: 12, 15, 65, 71, 76, 124 Le, Lan: 7 Lee, Gary: 91 Lee, Mike: 87 LeFave, Jacques: 46, 53 Leharhaw, John: 53 Lekai, Rev. Louis: 25 Lemire, Robert: 98 Lenihan, John: 110 Lessnau, Robert: 122, 123 Levy, Eric: 46, 151 Lezysenski, Beth: 157 Linthicum, Lori: 86 Little, Leslie: 46 Lockett, Sr., Clodovia: 18 Locow, Sal: 85 Loupe, Julie: 97, 125, 164 Lumpkin, Lisa: 14 Lunce, Barbara: 35 Luther, Debra: 92 Lynch, Robert: 32 Lyons, Sharon: 46 Mader, Jill: 95 Madonia, Ann: 69, 115 Maggio, Michael: 47, 150, 152 Maguire, Elizabeth: 89 Maker, Jane: 87 Mahr, Michael: 47, 152 Malain, Ann: 12, 68, 70, 124 Malloy, Dorothea: 33 Malloy, Albert: 67 Maloney, Patrick: 47 Malzac, Shelly: 6, 52, 55, 78, 87, 150 Manning, Sr., Frances Marie: 21 Mans, Jeanmarie: 107 Martin, Kathleen: 20 Martinez, Marsha: 115 Massimi, Greg: 101 Mattison, Elysa: 32 McAndrew, Anne Marie: 105 McCall, Liz: 47 McCrory, Bryan: 87 McDermott, Hazel: 20 McDonald, Paul: 47, 60, 114, 129,132,138,152 McDonald, Betty: 34 McGehee, Chris: 85 McGiIvroy, Carolyn: 44, 47 McGinnis, Liz: 12, 75, 125, 134 McGonigle, Jerry: 47, 52, 53, 55, 113, 133 McGuire, Bob: 71 McKay, Michelle: 47, 151, 155 McLain, Pat: 58 McMillian, Gerald: 20 McNeIIis, Robert: 101, 107 McPherson, Charles: 108 McPherson, Eileen: 95, 102, 104, 107, 111 Meinster, Hank: 121 Merdian, Sarah: 77, 89 Merkle, Peter: 68, 72, 73 Midgley, Peter: 89 Mielcarz, Frank: 68, 71 Miler, Pamela: 32 Millspaugh, Richard: 47 Mitchell, Jeff: 47, 57, 59 Mohr, Celia: 83 Monachello, Anthony: 91 Monostori, Rev. Benedict: 28 Monroe, Susan: 73 Montgomery, Gloria: 34 Moore, Kathleen: 88 Morris, Anne: 85, 91 Morris, Ken: 88 Morris, Michael: 15 Moser, Bill: 82, 120, 121 Mosimann, Thomas: 106, 125 Mossier, Bill: 64 Mowl, David: 33 Mueller, Mike: 2, 37, 45, 47, 54, 133, 138 Muller, Ron: 33 Mullins, David: 121 Mulry, Laura: 15, 47, 52, 55 Murphy, David: 111 Mussell, Joseph: 48 Nagy, Rev. Moses: 24 Naquin, Denise: 48 Nardoni, Rev. Enrique: 31 Naughton, Kathy: 12, 45, 48, 53, 57, 151 Nelson, Tom: 48 Newbarger, Gerald: 72 Newton, Steven: 1 1 1 Nipper, Elizabeth: 68 Noonan, Laura: 89 Novinski, Lyle: 3, 12, 18, 152 Novinski, Syvil: 32 O'Brien, John: 12, 48,56 O'Brien, Mary: 84 O'Brien, Tim: 83 O'Hara, Hugh: 87 Olenick, Richard: 28 Olney, Janet: 91 O'Neill, Michael: 102, 108 Orchard, Joseph: 69 Orlando, Robert: 101 Oropresa, Maleki: 48 O'Shea, Kathy: 99, 104, 107, 108 Ostermann, AI: 48 Ostermann, Charles: 85 Otto, Stephen: 69, 73, 75 Papania, Mark: 12, 45, 54 Pastor, Cheryl: 12, 66, 70 Patterson, Shannon: 107 Pavletic, Jeff: 48, 56 Peabody, Joseph: 91 Pease, Bill: 107 Pedersen, Andy: 74 Pejovich, Svetozar: 20, 154 Pevehouse, Fran: 66 Pfaff, John: 44, 48, 52, 58, 60, 1 13, 126 Phan, Rev. Cho Dinh: 30 Phillips, Ed: 44, 53, 67 Pickering, Julie: 86 Platt, Michael: 22 Plugge, Christina: 101, 107 Pool, Richard: 45, 48 Pope, David: 19 Price, Mark: 97 Puccio, Chris: 102 Pulich, Warren: 19 Puro, Alice: 33 Ouatman, Sr. Ruth: 31 Rabay, Rev. Christopher: 17, 3O Ragsdill, Debbie: 32 I67 168 Reagan, Diana: 35 Redmond, Angela: 131 Reilly, Michael: 24 Reusch, James: 121 Richter, Melissa: 87 Riehart, Sara: 66, 73 Rizzo, Mark: 14, 113 Roberts, Mark: 96, 104, 106, '107 Rocha, Alberto: 121 Rockenhaus, Melanie: 65, 73, 76 Rodriguez, Diana: 48 Rogers, Stephanie: 84 Rojek, Bryan: 12, 65, 70, 71 , 73, 76 Roman, Catherine: 102, 136 Romano, Mike: 37, 48, 59 Romualdo, Glenn: 121 Rooney, Donald: 1 10 Rooney, John: 81 Rossato, Kathryn: 49 Rouget, Dorothy: 36 Rousseau, Fred: 122, 123 Rutty, Stephanie: 103 Ryan, Claire: 75, 134 Sadri, Farshad: 164 Saenz, Ron: 49, 56 Salas, Marcos: 49, 56 Santowski, Mary: 74 Sardello, Robert: 29, 45, 150 Sascavage, Jim: 94 Schlafly, David: 67 Schuler, Denise: 34 Schultz, Randy: 53, 56 Schulz, Barbara: 84, 90 Scott, Sharon: 99, 103 Seaver, Anne: 13, 78, 94, 164 Seifert, Cathy: 69, 70, 75, 128 Seifert, Doug: 101 Seifert, Josef: 27 Seitz, Cynthia: 49 Sheridan, Yolanda: 49 Sherwin, Gary: 12, 71, 73, 76 Shimek, David: 4 Shipley, Maureen: 49, 58 Shoemaker, Lisa: 49, 53 Silva, Sophia: 87 Smith, Lucille: 33 Smith, Kimberly: 100 Smith, Lauri: 101 Smith, Monica: 49, 52, 58, 60, 150, 151, 153 Smith, Steve: 82, 84 Sobey, Janet: 10, 12, 13, 73, 1 13 Sommerfeldt, John: 5, 152, 155 Soto, Martha: 49, 59, 151, 152 Spignesi, Angelyn: 29 Spillane, Bryan: 49, 78 Starek, Elizabeth: 44, 49 Stascavage, James: 92 Stepnowski, Frank: 61, 62, 63, 71, 1 13 Stepnowski, Rich: 63, 105 Stiles, Joe: 25 Stoppini, Dina: 34 Streit, Lawrence: 12, 44, 49, 53, 56, 164 Stroud, Joanne: 22 Strunk, Juergen: 18 Struthers, Lisa: 50 Studenny, Ronald: 102, 104, 107 St. Ville, Ned: 15, 50, 56, 150 Susi, Jim215, 44, 50, 53,113 Sutton, Scott: 65 Sweetman, Linda: 150, 154, 155 Sivicord, Dorothy: 155 Suietek, Francis: 25 Synwoldt, Valerie: 1 14 Sysma, David: 100 Taylor, Claudia: 12 Teller, James: 21 Theroux, John: 50 Thompson, Helen: 155 Thurow, Glenn: 29 Tigges, Lydia: 106 Tolan, Timothy: 92 Towne, Jack: 19 Tsujioka, Naomi: 12 Tucker, Frank: 50 Tucker, Thomas: 83 Tures, Susan: 99, 100 Vail, Mary Ann: 50. 59, 60, 116, 153 Vakos, Mark: 7, 89, 122 Valenzuela, Suzanne: 50 Varga, Daa: 137 Velky, Julia: 79 Vernino, Mary: 50, 154 Verona, Montgomery: 6, 133 Volkmer, Chris: 50, 53 Volkmer, Chris Goebel: 42, 59, 151 Wakefield, Liz: 16, 37, 50, 55, 1 13 Wallin, Jeffrey: 29 Wamser, Sr. Patricia: 32 Wangler, Beverly: 67 Ward, Georgiann: 65, 70, 71 Ward, Yolanda: 14 Wearden, Frances: 50 Weisse, Marty: 13, 45, 51, 54, 55, 60, 70, 126 Welch, June: 12, 25 Welch, Richard: 59 Wells, Bill: 51 Wenzl, Kathy: 67, 1 16 Wenzl, Sandi: 37, 51, 153 West, Grace: 24 West, Thomas: 29 Whiteman, Cathy: 51 , 53 Wiedemeier, Beth: 69, 75, 1 13, 128 Wiedeskehr, Pattie: 12, 63, 71, 74, 76 Wilhelmsen, Alexandra: 24 Wilhelmser, Frederick: 27 Willett, Mark: 51 Williams, Tim: 133 Wilson, Laura: 51, 57 Wilson, Sharon: 110 Wood, Robert: 17, 26, 11 1 Woolley, James: 53 Wright, Dave: 86 Wuller, Linda: 12, 67, 71, 128, 129 Wylie, Kevin:15, 79,111,114, 115, 119 Yeager, Vic: 2, 7, 11, 113 Zangla, Kenneth: 51 Zanini, John: 103, 108, 121 Zeske, Mark: 37, 51, 52, 60, 133 Zielinski, Mary: 12, 51 , 58, 60, 116 Zimanyi, Rev. 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