University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)
- Class of 1961
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. "Togthe memory of those valiant pioneers who founded and sustained Moores
Hill College . . A llll A 1
charter under an act of the state legislature was drawn up and signed on
jan. 10, 1854. This marked the foundingiidate of MooresiHillCollege in Moores
Hill, Ind. On Sept. 9, 1856, Moores Hill opened its doors after completing the
first building. The enrollment the first year was 197 students. it A
The first president of the college was the Rev. Samuel, R. Adams. During his
administration came the' days? of the Cixiil War. public meeting he stated:
"Boys, if you are going,,I am too!" This was a time when "patriotism flamed up
in the collegehallsf' ' A .
Education at Moores Hill College strove for more than mere knowledge and
skills gained in classroom instruction. Moores Hill tried to develop "righteous
personality, enriching the individual with the culture of the race, and socializing
him toffit harmoniously and happily intoithe communityffif f
Moores Hill College in 1917 became a junior college. Rev. Alfred F. Hughes,
of Columbus, Ohio, was appointed president. Meanwhile, Mr. George S. Clif-
ford, businessman of Evansville, wanted the college moved here. Evansville
citizens then pledged 355000 to the college if itswere relocatedfhere.
Faced with a financial crisis, President Hughes stated that Moores Hill College
must "close its doors-or move". A resolution was passed unanimously to re-
locate the college at Evansville. With the commencement program of june 1917,
Moores Hill College at.Moores Hill, Ind., closed its doors. A
For over two years, the campaign to raise 31,000,000 for Evansville College
was carried on. A charter was signedrby the Indiar1a.,5l.egislature,,,on Eeb. 17,
1919, establishing Evansville College as a legal corporation. Moores Hill College
ceasedyto exist as a legal, corporation, it lives on only inthe minds and hearts.
5 During this time, the United States was- engaged in World War I. After the
signing of the Armistice in November 1918, Board of Trustees voted ygp, to open
Evansville College. On opening Sept. 19, 941919, the5'enrol'lrnent reached 96
students. . y 1 Q
The first outstanding day of thehistory of EC was Nov. 20, 1919, the day of
formal opening when Gov. Goodrich of Indiana was the honor guest. pg It was
then that President Hughes gave his inaugural address. if
The following year the enrollment increased almost 50 per cent. The Engi-
rieering Department was then established. Studentsilithen attended cliassestiin tem-
porary buildings downtown. In May 1920, President Hughes broke ground for
the Administration Building. In june the cornerstone of the building was laid,
and on june ,,,, 21, Evansville College held its first commencement exercises.
'iit After years in temporary quarters, tlieicollege moved into thetnew Admin-
istration Hall in 1922. Here marked the beginning of an era of Evansville Col-
lege's History. Since then we have progressed to a growing school withina
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Mr. F. Bayard Culley
Each year the LinC becomes a cherished book of memories for many
college students and alumni. The wonderful experiences of student
days would be impossible without the assistance of scores of dedicated
persons, most of whom are not Well known by the student body. This
book is dedicated to a valued friend of Evansville College. For twenty
years Mr. F. Bayard Culley has been a member of the College Board
of Trustees and for six years he has been its chairman.
In grateful appreciation for the concerted impact of many years of
strong leadership in college and community the 1961 LinC honors a
great friend and benefactor, Mr. F. Bayard Culley.
Table of Contents
After Deadlines - 1960-61 page 6
Campus Life 14
LinC Honorary 60
Fine Arts 84
R 0 T C 98
April 24-25, 1960
"The Village of Ka-You-I-Hi" was the theme of AOPi act.
The Sig Eps used the theme "Sounds of Jazz."
AOPi director Barbara Grote
Best All-Around Production
Sigma Phi Epsilon
First Place . . . Alpha Omicron Pi
Second Place . . . Chi Omega
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First Place . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon
Second Place . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon
Master of Ceremonies
Victorious Sig Ep's
Alpha Omicron Pi drum dance
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June 5-6, 1960
Three hundred seniors were graduated
in the 102nd Annual Commencement
Exercises. Mr. Leon E. Hickman, execu-
tive vice-president of Aluminum Com-
pany of America, addressed the graduat-
ing seniors during the Commencement
Exercises. Dr. Thurman B. Morris, min-
ister of the First Methodist Church in
Fort Wayiie, Indiana, was the speaker
for the Baccalaureate Service.
May 3, 1960
Connie Brammer was crowned May Queen- by Mike Spence,
president of SGA. The attendants were Bethalee Brandenberge,
Phyllis Tsychoppe, jane Grafton, and Billie Balz.
May Queen Connie Brammer
May 23, 1960
jim Curry, president of Lambda Chi,
and Ken Helm, athletic chairman,
accept the Intramural All-Sports Tro-
phy for 1959-60.
Bachelor ofthe Year
February 20, 1960
Curt was selected by the female voters
on Campus. A member of Lambda Chi
Alpha fraternity, he represented the Chi
Omega sorority. This dark-haired senior
was president of the 1960 senior class
and was vice-president and social Chair-
man of Lambda Chi.
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Curt Seib was named "Bachelor of the Year" at the Evans-
ville College-St. joe basketball game.
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sent to the team by Al McGuire, coach of the Belmont Abbey
Lambda Chi Alpha was the proud winner of the Inter-Frater-
nity Council Scholarship trophy. The award is made to the
fraternity with the highest point average for one year.
These are some of the men who helped the Evansville Purple Aces to their second
NCAA basketball title.
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Be there, baby!
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Chapel plays an important part in every students college life.
The SAEs gather to welcome their new pledges
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Dedication of the new dorm.
The beginning of fraternity life.
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Spirit begins to come alive . . .
With concentration like this, Russia hasn't a chance.
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Nora gives her suggestion on the decorations,
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mas spirit when the Union
had its decorating party.
Even the Union directors were in the spirit Cl. to r.j Mrs.
Wood, Mrs. Owen, and Judy Lockwood.
A holly Wreath . . .
The SAES brought the Kingston Trio to the
Vice-President Nixon spoke at the Stadium
to a huge throng of supporters.
Stadium to everyone's delight.
The year 1960 was an exciting one-one of im-
portance to both the City of Evansville and Evans- E x 4'
ville College. Once again college activities played I' I
an important part in gaining recognition for the r' -
city and college. Here are a few of these events.
Evansville C o l l e g e niotorcade
greeted winning Presidential can-
didate, John F, Kennedy.
The Aces get 21 warm welcome from loyal fans.
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day night, November 4, with the queen con-
test. This year's Homecoming Queen was
chosen by judges who based their decision on
personality, talent, and beauty. Candidates
were Sonia Velarde, Mary Ellen Rauch, Nora
Fisher, Suzanne Greinke, and Nancy Stoops.
Pumas were roasted at the bonfire in East
Side Park later that night and a dance was
held in the Union to make the night complete.
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ber 5, homecoming activities began
where they left off the night before.
The Sig Eps ran away with the tricycle
race and the Phi Mus combined their
strength to win the tug-of-war.
That afternoon the Aces made a des-
perate attempt to break the Homecom-
ing jinx but lost to the St. Josephs
Buddy Morrow and his Nightrainers
were on hand at the annual Homecom-
ing Dance to bring a close to the week-
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Senior Class Offceers
JERRY FRANKLIN CLARK p,,,,f,1m,
B.A., Music: Sigma Phi Epsilon, House Manager.
Pledge Trainer, Dean's List, Who's Who, Musical
Madness, President's Roundtable, Union Fine Arts
Comm., Union Board, A Cappella Choir, Band, Phi
Mu Alpha, Pep Club, M.S.M., Vocal Varieties.
PEGGY JANELL MADDEN Vive-Presidem
B.A.g Chi Omega, Personnel Chairman, Musical
Madness, Union Dance Comm., Union Fine Arts
Core Comm., Kappa Pi, Gamma Delta, Freshman
Class Secretary, S.C.A., Association for Childhood
Education, Homecoming Comm. Secretary two years,
S.G.A.. Fine Arts Comm., Pep Club, Chi Omega
Favorite Professor Breakfast Chairman.
BONNIE RINEY Treaiuref'
B.A., Bus. Ezlumlioug Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice-
President, Secretary, S.G.A. Delegate-at-Large, Who's
Wlio, Musical Madness, President's Roundtable,
Union Dance Comm., Union Social Comm., Union
Board, Gamma Delta, Young Democrats, Basketball
Queen Attendant, LinC Staff, Angel Flight, Student
Senate, S.G.A. Welfare Comm., Pep Club, Womens
Athletic Assn., Cheerleader, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sweetheart, Won1en's Recognition Dinner.
LOIS ADAMS: B.S., Dean's List, Musical
Madness, Ind. Assoc. of Student Nurses,
E. C. Student Nurses' Assoc., Miss Stu-
dent Nurse Contest.
HUGH P. AHLERING: B.S., Electronic En-
gizzeeriizgg Dear1's List, Engineering Club,
Baseball, Basketball, Kiwanis Award, Sly-
ker Award, NCAA All-Tourney Team
'58-'59, Most Valuable Player, Little All-
American fBasketballj '58-'59, Most Valu-
able Player, Holiday Tourney '57-'58,
GARLAND E. CSTARKD ARAMOWICZ:
B.A.g Chi Omega, Publicity Chairman, Col-
lege Theater President, Dean's List, Chair-
man Make-up Musical Madness, Dance
and Fine Arts Union Comm., Alpha Psi
Omega, Gamma Delta Vice-President,
Women's Recognition Dinner, Director of
MARY LOU ASAY: B.A., Elemefzmry Ed-
ucationg Dean's List, S.E.A., A.C.E.
IUNE BAILEY: B.A., Elemefztmfy Educa-
mlio11,' Presidents Roundtable, S.E.A.
SHARON MCLEAN BARNETF: B.S.g Dean's
List, Alpha Phi Mu, S.C.A., I.R.C.,
Women's Recognition Dinner, I.A,S.N.,
E.C. Student Nurses' Assoc.
JUNE PHYLLIS BARTLETT: B.A., Ele-
mezzmry Edzmzziorzg Beta Sigma Omicron
Vice-President, Rush Chairman, Nat. Ber-
nardin Award, College Theater, Dean's
List, Who's Who, Union Board, Chair-
man Finance Comm., Kappa Pi, Gamma
Delta Historian, S.C.A. Vice-President,
S.E.A. Vice-President, I.R.C. Treasurer,
Angel Flight, Student Senate, Rel. Life
Comm., I.V.F., Pep Club,-Women's Recog.
Dinner, M.S.M. President.
RITA BARTON: B.A., Secondary Educa-
lionf Chi Omega Rush Chairman, College
Theater Secretary and Committee Chair-
man, Dean's List, Who's Who, Musical
Madness, Presiclent's Roundtable, Union
Comm., Alpha Phi Mu Secretary, Alpha
Psi Omega President and Vice-President,
Gamma Delta, LinC Staff, Soph. Class
Treasurer, Student Senate, Chairman Fine
Arts Comm., Debate, Wo1nen's Recogni-
tion Dinner. .
PHYLLIS ASHBY JOHN C. BEATTY: B.A.,
B.S.g Who's Who, Dean's
List, Musical Madness,
Presidents Roundtable, E.C.
Nurses' Assoc. President,
I.A.S.N., E.C. Miss Student
Nurse '60, President jr.
S.C.A., Dorm Floor Coun-
selor, Debate, Circle K,
Kappa Chi Vice-President,
National President, M.S.M.
MAX A. BEATTY
FRED BELL: B.S., Bz1.ri11er.r Admi11i.ft1'nli0n- PHILLIP E. BRACHER: B.S.g Sigma Alpha
MdIZd,ZE77Z6lIl.' Lambda Chi Alpha, Secre- Epsilon, Arnold Air Society.
tary 1959, Phi Zeta.
WALLACE BELL JOSEPH RAY BRENT: B.A., Secondary Ed
zzmziong Lambda Chi Alpha, Musical Mad
ness, Young Democrats, LinC Staff, Cres
cent Staff, Football.
GENE BENNETT: B.S., Engif1eeri11g,' Sigma KAREN BRIZIUS
ERNEST BENSON: B.A.g Games Commit- SHIKI-EEN BROONER: B.S., NH7'Ii7lg,' Chi
tee, Intramural Basketball, Biology Lab. Omega, Musical Madness, Womc-n's Resi-
Assistant, dence Hall President, Union Board, Per-
JOE D. BLACK: B.A.,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Scholar-
ship Chairman, Dean's List,
Who's Who, Fine Arts and
Games Comm., Pi Gamma
Mu, Arnold Air Society,
History Club President and
Vice-President, Young Re-
JAMES L. BOLTE: B.M.E.g
A Cappella Choir, Band,
Choir, Phi Mu Alpha, New-
sonnel Committee of Union.
BYRON BUCKLEY: B.A., Semrzdfzry Ed-
umliazzg Sigma Alpha Epsilon Scholarship
Chairman, Homecoming Display Chair-
man, Publicity and Games Union Comm.,
I.R.C., Pep Club, Alternate Delegate to
I.F.C., Track, Tennis, No. 1 Man on Ten-
nis Sq,, Circle K, History Club.
JUDITH F. CARTER: B.S.g Union House
Committee, Gamma Delta, National Stu-
dent Nurses' Association.
JACK COALE, B.S.g Lambda
Chi Alpha, President and
Secretary, S.G.A. Treasurer,
Who's Wlro, Musical Mad-
ness, Presiclent's Round-
table, Young Democrats,
Student Senate, S.G.A.
OSEPH EDWIN COLE:
B.A.g Lambda Chi Alpha,
Vice-President, Rush Chair-
man, Wl1o's Who, Musical
Madness, President's Round-
table, LinC and Crescent
Staffs, Editor of-Both, Stu-
dent Senate, May Day
Comm., I.F.C. President,
Pep Club, President of Jr.
Class, Vice-President of
Freshman Class, Pi Delta
Epsilon President, Chairman
Publications Comm. for
KAY COLVIN: B.S.g Musical Madness,
Court for Basketball and May Queens,
Court for Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart.
HARRY B. CRITSER, JR.: B.A.g Lambda
Chi Alpha, Dean's List, Students' Advisory
Council to Dean, Kappa Pi, LinC Art Ed-
itor, Crescent staff, Engineering Club,
ERIS DALE CULVER: B.A., Elefzzenmry Ed-
JAMES B. CURRY: B.S..
Lambda Chi Alpha Presi-
dent, Dean's List, President's
Electronics Club, Sigma Pi
Sigma Secretary, Math Club,
Station Manager WEVC.
JU D IT H QBARNETTJ
CURRY: B.A.g Chi Omega,
Union Dance Committee,
Candidate for Engineering
Queen, A.C.E., Angel
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BILL DAY: B.S. SC'C071df!7' Edumlimz'
Lambda Chi Alpha, History Club.
, JANET EBLE
.ION KAREL DEKKER: B.S.L Sigma Alpha
Epsilon Public Relations Chairman, Emi- Who's Who, Musical Madness, A Cap-
nent Warden, Football Letter.
R. DARLENE EICHOLZ: B.A.g Dean's List,
pella Choir, Gamma Delta, Crescent Staff,
S.C.A. Secretary, S.E.A., Inter-Varsity,
Chairman of Deputation Teams.
RENO B. DCMUTH: B.S., Secondary Edu-
cationg S.E.A. Vice-President, Kappa Chi.
be-X EVELYN cAss1DY DEUTSCH: BA., aze-
'wv-""" , menlnry Edumliozzg Kappa Pi, A.C.E.
ACKIE LEE DEVER: B.S.,
B.A.g Tau Kappa Epsilon
President, Secretary, House
Manager, Musical Madness,
President's Roundtable, En-
gineering Club, May Day
C o m m., Homecoming
Comm., I.F.C. Secretary and
VAL F. DIX
XWILLIAM M. EXVING
BETH FISHER: B.A., Ele-
mefztnry Educatiorzg Beta
Sigma Omicron Song
Leader, Musical Madness,
Publications Comm., A.C.E.,
I.N.C.A., Angel Flight, Pep
Club, Little Symphony
LARRY FOWLER: B.S.,
Dean's List, Sigma Pi Sig-
ma Secretary, Phi Beta Chi
President, Laurels, Kappa
Mu Epsilon, Math Club,
LARRY D. FREDERICK: B.S.g Lambda Chi
Alpha, Dean's List. Musical Madness,
Presiclent's Roundtable, Sigma Pi Sigma,
Math Club, Engineering Club, President
of Electronics Club.
SHARON FROHBIETER: B.A.g Chi Omega
Social Chairman, President, Co-Chairman
Homecoming Comm., Dean's List, Who's
Who, Musical Madness, Presidents Round-
table, Chairman Union House Comm., Sec-
retary of Union Board, Kappa Pi, Secretary
of Gamma Delta, Homecoming and Mili-
tary Ball Queens, S.C.A., A.C.E., Angel
Flight, Student Senate, S.G.A. Publicity
Comm., Panhellenic, Pep Club, Cheerleader,
Women's Recog. Dinner.
LUTHER BYRON HALE:
RONALD C. FUHRMAN: B.S., Bufirzesr
Admini.r11'nzi011,' Lambda Chi Alpha, Union
Finance Comm., Dacl's Day Comm. 1959,
S.G.A. Student Welfare Committee.
PATRICK JAY GOEN: B.A.g
MELVIN L. GILL: B.S., Me-
Treasurer of S.E.A., Trans-
fer from Indiana State.
MARY KOSER: B.A.,
Alpha Omicron Pi,
WILLIAIVI R. GOERGES
B.A.g Tau Kappa Epsilon
Vice-President, College The-
ater, Fine, Arts, Entertain-
ment Union Comm., A
Cappella Choir, Kappa Pi.
LRVERNE JACK HAMIL-
rbmzical Engineerizzgg Sec-
retary of Engineering Club.
TON: B.A.g Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha.
FRANK HASKETT: B.S.g Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, Recording Secretary, Herald, Corre-
sponding Secretary, Pledge Trainer, Social
Chairman, Union Dance Comm., Vocal
Varieties Comm., President of Intramural
Bowling, Musical Madness, Presidents
GERALD A. HEIERMAN: B.M.E.g Sigma
Phi Epsilon, Secretary, Scholarship Chair-
man, Dean's List, Who's Who, Musical
Madness, Director in 1960, Presidents
Roundtable, Band, Phi Mu Alpha Secre-
tary and President, Student Senate, S.G.A.
Welfare Comm., Winner of Musicians
Club of Evansville Award, 1960-61.
MARVIN QMIKEJ HEININ-
GER: B.A.g Dean's List,
Who's Who, Union Ente:-
tainment Comm., Band, Pi
Delta Epsilon Vice-Presi-
dent, LinC Staff, Crescent
Editor, Arnold Air Society,
Student Senate, Chairman
S.G.A. Publications Comm.
J. R. HENDERSON
RICHARD HENZE: B.A., Ezzglirbg Tau
Kappa Epsilon Pylortes, Dean's List, Musi-
cal Madness, Activities Comm., I.F.C., Car-
MICHAEL HETZEL: B.S., Bzuizzerr Admin-
1.rtm2i0n,' Lambda Chi Alpha.
WILLIAM J. HICKROD: B.A., Secondary
Edumliang Dean's List, President's Round-
table, Kappa Pi President, S.E.A. Presi-
CAL HILLS: B.A., Psychol-
ogy: Lambda Chi Alpha,
Social Chairman, Union
BILL HEMMER, B.S., Busi-
neu Admir1i.rtmtion.' Lamb-
da chi Alpha.
BRUCE G. HOFFMANN:
B.S., Bufiners Adminirlm-
timzf Lambda Chi Alpha So-
cial and Float Chairman,
Musical Madness, Union
Entertainment, Young Dem-
ocrats, I.R.C., Arnold Air
Society, Operations Officer,
CARL J. HORN: B.A.g Dean's List, Who's
Who, Pi Gamma Mu, Football Kiwanis
Award, Students' Advisory Council.
DORA HOWARD: B.S., Nurringg Dean's
List, Alpha Phi Mu President, S.C.A.,
I.R.C., President and Secretary of Inter-
Varsity, Won1en's Recognition Dinner,
E.C. Nurses' Assoc. Secretary and Vice-
President, Student Advisory Council to
LARRY HUGHES: B.A., Elemerzmry Edn-
catianf S.E.A,, A.C.E,
LAWRENCE JONES BILL KIRSCH
B.S., Murkezingg Sigma Phi
Epsilon Scholarship Chair-
man, Dean's List, Musical
Madness, Union Dance
Comm., Young Democrats,
S.G.A. Comm., Pep Club,
M.S.M., Circle K, A'.A.R.,
YVONNE JOHNSON: B.S., Buxinefr Ad-
mi11i.r2mli0n,' Gamma Delta, Secretary of
BARBARA KIRKPATRICK: B.A., SECOIZZZII1'-Q'
Edumtiofzf Beta Sigma Omicron, Musical
Madness, Union Entertainment Comm., A
Cappella Choir, Kappa Pi, Gamma Delta,
ROBERT L. KIRKPATRICK: B.A., A Cap-
pella Choir, Secretary of Kappa Chi, Big-
ney Scholarship ftwo yearsj.
DARLENE KISSEL: B.A.,
Bu.rine,r.r Edumtiong Beta
Sigma Omicron Correspond-
ing Secretary, Historian,
Musical Madness, Union
Finance Comm., Band,
Gamma Delta, Newman
Club, S.E.A., Vocal Varie-
LINDA JACKSON KAY KLINGLER
GEORGANNE KNITTLE: B.A.: Chi Omega
Pledge Class President, Athletic Chairman.
Secretary, W.A.A.. Gamma Delta, Crescent
Staff, Newman Club, Won1en's Recogni-
KEITH N. KUHLENSCHMIDT: B.S., Me-
rbfzzzfral Efzgineeringq Lambda Chi Alpha
Treasurer, Dean's List, Musical Madness,
Phi Beta Chi, Vice-President Soph. and
Jr. Classes, Arnold Air Society, Pep Club,
AFROTC Convair Cadet '57-'58, Student
SIGMUND LABHART: B.S., Bu.vi:zar.f Ad-
vrzizzim-11fio:1,' Lambda Chi Alpha Social
Chairman, Musical Madness, I.E.C., Pep
RICHARD E. LEWIS: B.S.,
Tau Kappa Epsilon Rush
Chairman and Athletic
JAMES R. LORD, B.S., Ac-
rozmtizzgg Dean's List, Mu-
sical Madness, Presidents
Roundtable, Pi Gamma Mu,
President Newman Club,
S.G.A. Religious Life
DAVID A. LUNDMARK: B.S,g Lambda Chi
Alpha Assistant Pledge Trainer, Musical
Madness M.C., MSM., Homecoming
Comm., M.C. Queen Pageant Homecoming,
ALFRED R. LUTGRING: B.S., Elerlriml
Engizzeerilzgf Dean's List, Engineering
Club, Institute of Radio Engineers.
ROBERT LAWRENCE LYNCH: A.B.g
Dean's List, Tau Kappa Alpha, Debate.
GEORGE DOUGLAS Mc-
CONNELL: B.S., Eleclriml
Erzgineea-iz1g,' Lambda Chi
Alpha, Dean's List, Kappa
Mu Epsilon, Vice-President,
Math Club, Engineering
Club, Electronics Club,
Dorm Counselor, ROTC
Rifle Team Co-Captain.
LEAH K. NESTER
MARVA MCGHEE GLENN MILES
JUDY MARTIN RONALD NOLAN MILLER: B.S., Buffvzen'
MARJORIE MILLS: B.S.3 Musical Madness,
CORNELIUS MATTHEWS: B.A.g A Cap- Union Publicity Comm., Gamma Delta,
pella Choir, Association for Childhood Ed- S.C.A., Treasurer of jr. and Sr. Nursing
ucation. Classes, Miss Evansville Candidate '58-'59.
MARCIETA LEE MAY: B.S., Nll7Ji1Zg,' Mu- MARIS CWILSONJ MOBLEY: B.A., Ele-
mentary Edlll'lI1ffU7I,' Alpha Omicron Pi
Panhellenic' Representative, Dean's List,
Wl1o's Who, Musical Madness, Presidents
Roundtable, Union House Comm., A.C.E.
Treasurer, Panhellenic President.
sical Madness, President Freshman Nurses'
BARBARA MEAD HENRY J. MOHR
ERY: B.S., Elerlriml
Mu Epsilon, Engineer-
ing Club, Electronics
SHIRLEY MELTON: B.S.,
Nlrrxizzgg Treasurer of Nurs-
ing Student Government,
Musical Madness, Vice-
President Senior Nursing
Class. LOU MOLINO
DAVID R. MOORE: B.S., Electronir Engi-
rzeerizlg: Vice-President of Engineering
PAUL E. MOORE: B.S., Meclmniml Engi-
izeerirzgg Pi Epsilon Phi, Engineering Club,
Executive At Large.
MARJORIE OLSEN: A.B., Secondary Educa-
lirmj Chi Omega Activities Chairman,
Dean's List, College Theater, Union House
Comm., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Secretary, Ice
Breaker Queen Court, Young Democrats,
Gamma Delta, Math Club, Newman Club,
S.E.A., Pep Club.
WELZY T. OWENS: B.S., Arcaurzzing.
NOEL L. PATTON: B. S.g
College Theater, Presidents
Roundtable, Crescent Editor.
LINDA LEE PERKINS B.S. Elemenmr
i Q J'
Edumtimzg Alpha Omicron Pi Recording
Secretary and Rush Chairman, Musical
Madness, Union Entertainment Comm.,
Majorette, Gamma Delta, Military Ball
Queen, LinC Beauty, Homecoming and Ice-
Breaker Queen Attendant, A.C.E., Soph.
Class Secretary, Angel Flight Commander,
Women's Recog. Dinner.
JAMES O. PRICE: B.S., Imiurtrial Engineer-
ing, Lambda Chi Alpha, Union Dance and
House Comm., Young Democrats, Engi-
neering Club, Arnold Air Society Treas-
urer, Pep Club.
BARBARA J. PURCELL: B.S., Nursing,
Presidents Roundtable, S.C.A., I.R.C., In-
ter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Secretary
and President, E.C. Student Nurses' Assoc.,
ANNA ROSE: B.A.,
Union Social Comm.,
I.N,C.A., I.V.C.F. Lit-
erary Chairman, Stu-
dent Assistant in Bus.
and Econ. Depts.
DOLORES REASOR: B.A.,
Secondary Edumtionf Alpha
Omicron Pi President,
Dean's List, Musical Macl-
ness, Presidents Round-
table, Union Games Comm.,
Chairman Publicity Comm.,
Treasurer of Women's
Council, Pi Gamma Mu,
Kappa Mu Epsilon Treas-
urer, Gamma Delta, ' Math
Club, May Day Comm.,
Homecoming Comm., Pan-
hellenic, Secretary of His-
tory Club, Women's Recog-
WILLIAM C. RECH
MARGARET RUCKER: B.A., Ele71ze12lm'y DONALD R. SCHROEDER: B.S., Bzzrifzeir
Edumliorzf S.E,A., A.C,E. A!i7I2i1ZiIlf6IZi072,' Dean's List, Pi Gamma
GARY C. RUDOLPH: B.M.E.g Band, Phi FRANK SCHULTHEIS: B.S.g Sigma
Mu Alpha Historian, Drum Major in Alpha Epsilon, President's Roundtable,
Band. LinC Staff, Crescent Business Manager,
S.G.A. Publications Comm., Treasurer of
I.F.C., Pi Delta Epsilon President.
NORMA SAKEL: B.A. Elemelzfm' Edfmz- ALICE SCHURTTER: B.A., Elemelzlrzry Ed-
lion, Dean's List, Gamma Delta, A.C.E.
urfztimzg Beta Sigma Omicron Correspond-
ing Secretary, College Theater, Dean's List,
Who's Who, Musical Madness, Presidents
Roundtable, Union Personnel Comm..
Chairman Social Comm, Secretary Wom-
en's Council, Band, Kappa Pi, Gamma
Delta, A.C.E. President, Vice-President,
Historian of Hughes Hall, MSM., Wom-
en's Recognition Dinner, Union Board,
AMES A. SANDERS: B.S., Mm'eeli1zg,' ROBERT E. SEIBERT
Lambda Chi Alpha Vice-President, Who's
Who, Musical Madness, Presidents Round-
table, Chairman of Union House Com-
mittee, Vice-President of Pi Delta Epsilon,
Young Republicans, LinC Staff fCo-Ed-
itorj, Homecoming Committee, Dance
Chairman 1959, General Co-Chairman
1960, Mr. United Fund 1960, Circle K
Vice-President, President of Union Board.
HI illlw H
CQUELINE s U E
SMITH: B.A.g Alpha
Omicron Pi Rush
List, Who's Who, Mu-
sical Madness, Presi-
Union House Comm.,
en's Recognition Din-
if in i,illliiWiiw..,5ii Mm im-
SYLVIA SKINNER: B.A.,
Secondary Edzzmziom Beta
Sigma Omicron Recording
Secretary, Editor, College
Theater, Dean's List, Who's
Wlio '59-'60, '60-'61, Liu-
sical Madness, Best Direc-
tor's Award, President's
Roundtable, Union Social
C o m rn. Vice-Chairman,
Council, President Gamma
Delta, Phi Beta Chi, Alpha
Phi Blu Veep, S.C.A., Blath
Club President, A n g el
Flight, I.V.C.F., Dad's Day
CAROL LEE THENE: B.A.,
SUZANNE STAKER: B.A.g Chi Omega,
Musical Madness, -Dance Co-Ordinator for
Chi O, Union House Comm., May Day-
Junior Attendant, Sweetheart of Lambda
Chi Alpha 1960, Attended Stephens Col-
,Sl JUANITA R. STEWART: B.A.1 Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority, President and Treas-
urer, S.C.A., S.E.A., A.C.E., Panhellenic.
NANCY STOOPS: B.A., Secondary Educa-
limzg Beta Sigma Omicron Pledge Trainer,
President of Pledge Class, Gamma Delta,
President and Secretary of I.N.C.A.,M.S.M.
President, Secretary, and Vice-President,
S.C.A., LinC Staff, Musical Madness, Col-
lege Theater, Chairman of Religious
Drama, Chairman of Publicity Comm..
Union Board, House and Dance Comm.,
Moore Hall Counselor, XYfho's Who, Alpha
Psi Omega, S.G.A. Secretary, Homecoming
Queen Candidate 1960.
MARY CATHERINE TALBERT: B.A., Ele-
menlary Edzzrfzliom Beta Sigma Omicron
Pledge Trainer, Angel Flight.
HAROLD K. TEAGUE, JR..
B.S., Izzdurlrial Engifzeeringy
Lambda Chi Alpha Ritual-
ist, House Manager, Union
Entertainment Comm., Ar-
nold Air Society Com-
mander, Operations Officer,
Engineering Club, Home-
coming Comm., Intramural
Sports, Drill Team-All
ROTC, Operation Moon-
SUSANNE THOMPSON: B.A., Chi Omega
Treasurer, College Theater, Dean's List,
Musical Madness, Union House and Dance
Comm., Kappa Pi, Pi Delta Epsilon, LinC
and Crescent Staffs, Junior Class Treas-
urer, A.C.E., Chairman of Freshman Sum-
mer and Fall Parties 1958.
JOE E. TITZER
MAURICE K. TODD: B.S., Burizmrr Ad-
CLAUDIA DALE TUCKER: B.S., Musical
Madness, I.A.S.N., Senior Nursing Class
Secretary, Fund-Raising Chairman of Local
and District I.A.S.N.
EDWARD E. UHDE:
BIS., Acrountingg Pi
Gamma Mu, Baseball.
Elemeulary E d u c tl I i 0 IZ ,'
Dean's List, Who's Who,
Musical Madness, Union So-
cial and Personnel Comm.,
Alpha Phi Mu, Secretary of
Junior Class, A.C.E., I.R.C.,
Dad's Day Comm., I.N.C.A.
Secretary, Women's Recog-
SARA VAN SCYOC: B.M.E.g Chi Omega
Vice-President, Rush Chairman, Song
Leader, Dean's List, Musical Madness.
President's Roundtable. Union Entertain-
ment Comm., A Cappella Choir, Band.
Choir, Librarian. Sigma Alpha Iota Presi-
dent, Assistant Treasurer, Gamma Delta,
Crescent Staff, Canterbury Club Vice-
President, Secretary, Vocal Varieties.
LOWELL VOLKMAN: B.S.q Lambda Chi WILFRED WEINZAPFEL: B.S., Bufilreff
Alpha, Musical Madness, Union Publicity 1'1d77ZiI7i.S'l7'ZlIf0lI,' Dean's List, Varsity Foot-
Comm., Band, Pep Club, Freshman Bas- ball Letters.
ketball, College Pep Band.
CHARLES WAGGONER WILLIAM WHITE
JACK ALLEN WALLACE: B.A.g Kappa Chi, JAMES WHITEHEAD: B.A.g Crescent staff,
Secretary and Sergeant-At-Arms, LinC Music Room.
Staff, Business Manager of Crescent,
Treasurer of S.C.A., Inter-Varsity Chris-
WRIGHT: B.S.g Sig-
ma. Phi Epsilon jr.
, F Y
THOMAS E. WILL: BS.,
Md1'kEIfHg,' Lambda Chi
Alpha, Newman Club.
DONALD WITTINIIER: B.A.g
Sigma Phi Epsilon Jr. Mar-
shal, President's Roundtable,
President of Newman Club,
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Evansville College is many things. It is students, alumni, staff members, trustees, the campus, physical plant.
It includes courses, extra-curricular activities, chapel services and convocations. It is a place where much study
and planning take place, where dreams are born that often become a reality. There are no exact patterns
of action, there are many changing situations and intangibles. However, there is one factor in the history of
this college that has been constant and must remain constant. It is the spirit of dedication and self-sacrifice
inspired by the firm conviction that Moores Hill College and then Evansville College embody the ideal of
sound scholarship and the disciplined mind wedded to Christian faith and character.
It was john C. Moore who in 1854 first dreamed of such a college, and through whose efforts a begin-
ning was made. Wise trustees, able teachers, dedicated administrators, and friends labored, planned, and
sacrificed that the youthful college might grow into maturity. Against the dark background of recurring
financial problems and worries shine the personal sacrifices of presidents, teachers, trustees, and friends of
the college who refused to accept defeat. The year 1917 was one of crisis, and it was then that the College
was relocated in Evansville and became known as Evansville College.
We who are on the campus today benefiting from a Christian heritage, an excellent faculty, a well-planned
curriculum, and a fine physical plant do so because those who came before us planned carefully and well, and
then persevered until their dreams became a reality.
And what of the future? That too will depend on careful plans, dedication, and sacrifice on the part of
all who believe in Evansville College and what' it has come to signify. Our predecessors planned well for us,
and in genuine gratitude to them we who are here today have the privilege of giving of our very best that
we may hand on to those who come after us a college of excellence-a college still dedicated to our Founders
ideal of sound scholarship and the disciplined mind wedded to Christian faith and character.
I my i I gg
Dr. and Mrs. Hyde, shown
here on the staircase of
their home, have several
receptions yearly for the
faculty and students of the
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ing centerpieces for her
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VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE DEAN OF STUDENTS
DCM1 I-Ollg Dr. Robert V. Thompson
DEAN OF THE COLLEGE
Dr. Edgar McKown
WOMENS COUNSELING DEAN OF MEN
Dr. Virginia Grabill Dr. james Morlock
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Dr. Robert V. Thompson, Dean of Students,
advising one of many students who come to his
office each day. I-Ie supervises the men's dormi-
tory and also is director of the Placement Bureau.
is 4 W-sr-N
Director of Women's
Counseling, Dr. Virginia
Grabill guides the soror-
ity women in National
Panhellenic and super-
vises Moore Hall. Dr.
Grabill also specializes
in teaching creative writ-
Dr. Edgar McKown,
Dean of the College, not
only teaches classes in Re-
ligion, but has overall re-
sponsibility for schedul-
ing courses and adminis-
Dr. James Morlock, Dean of Men, teaches
Sociology, as shown here, in addition to
heading the Department and advising the
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Besides being Vice-President of the Col-
lege, Dean' Long is Director of Adult
Education and a professor of Business and
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DIRECTOR OF NURSING
Seater!-Tl1oxnas Harding, LI-
BRARIAN, and Gordon Ret-
tke, DIRECTOR OF SPE-
C I A L EDUCATIONAL
liam Affolder, DIRECTOR
OF CENTER FOR INDUS-
TRIAL RELATIONS, Mar-
vin Hartig, DIRECTOR OF
and Kenneth jones, ASSIST-
ANT BUSINESS MAN-
SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
A. C. Biggs
Sealed-Arthur Tyler, AS-
COUNSELOR, and Donald
Widick, DIRECTOR OF
ALUMNI AFFAIRS. Stami-
ifzg-Thornton Patberg, AD-
and Edward Susat, DIREC-
TOR OF COOPERATIVE
Sealed-Ralph Olmsted, BUSINESS MANAGER AND TREASURER, and
H. Owen Long, REGISTRAR, Sfmzzlifzg-Robert Rowland, ASSISTANT TO
THE PRESIDENT IN CHARGE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AND DEVEL-
OPMENTg Robert Hudson, BUSINESS MANAGER OF ATHLETICS, and
Don Follett, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS.
Head 0 Depmtmen! of Bzzrinerr
Dr. Ray Arensman
DEPARTMENT OE BUSINESS AD-
MINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS
-Seaterl, Lawrence Anderson, Robert
Martin, Edward Hauswald, Virginia An-
derson, Dean Long and Hale Whitcomb.
Stmzding, Clifford Stone, Arthur War-
delman, Hem Chand Jain, Frazer Rod-
man, Millard Pace and James julian.
CNot pictured, William Affolderj
DEPARTMENT OF AIR SCIENCE-Major
Victor Sinclair, Captain james Morgan, Captain
William Waters and Captain Robert Ingram.
I li ART DEPARTMENT-
Nanene Engle, left, and
Florence Keve, bead of lhe
BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT-P. Louis Win-
ternheimer, Dr. C. W. Robertson, Dr. H. H.
Dunham, and Dr. D. W. Dunham, head of the
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gineerilzg - Williani
Head of English De-
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i Head of Cbemirtry
HISTORY AND POLITICAL
SCIENCE-Sealed, Dr. Wade
David, department headg rfmzd-
irzg, Dr. Orville jaebker and
CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT - G
W. Powell, Dr. Clifford G, Shultz, Dr
Phillip Kinsey and Dale Mordue.
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING-From. Edward
Susat, Dr. Bung-Chung Lee, Dr. joseph Kushnerg
refund row, Harold T. Houston, Max Casler,
Charles Herndon and Clarence Winternheimer.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-Sealed, Sarah
Snepp and Dr. Mildred Mundayg rimzdilzg, Ted
Foster, Walter Stewart and Alan Trapp.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-Dr. Paul Grabill,
Dr. Virginia Grabill, Paul Kinsella, jane Olmsted
and Robert Morris. QNot Pictured, Virginia Mc-
Cutcthan and Sam Smileyj
HOME ECONOMICS DE-
MENT--V. C, Bailey, Arad
McCutchan and Clarence
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-Dr. Gordon
Rettke, Dr. Robert V. Thompson, Wilma Shafer,
Dr. Leland Moon and Marvin E. Hartig.
Head of the Depfzrtment of
Eclzzmfiozz-Dr. Earl M. Tap-
Head of the Mathematics De-
parlmefzl-Dr. Ralph Coleman. ,l
DEPARTMENT OF MODERN
LANGUAGES-Dr. F. Woody
Werking, head of the department,
and Mary P. Werking.
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DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC-Ralph Waternuan, Paul Nolte, Kenneth
Drake, Betty Kanable, Allene Herron, jean Walkinsliaw, Cecil Self-
ridge and Harrison Boughton. CNot pictured, Kurt Schuster and E. D.
Head of live School of
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.ftm2n7ing, jane Sherratt, Lois Latshaw, Dorothy Stephens. fNot pic-
tured, Corrine Cotlin, Joyce Disney, Richard Glenn, Mary Alice Nico-
son, Martha Richardson, Sue Roberts and Helen Smithj
DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION-Dr. Harris
Erickson, Dr. Edgar McKown, head of the departmentg Dr. Arthur
Mansure. fNot pictured, the Rev. C. T. Schoettelkottej
Henri of llae Deprlrlmefzf
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PHYSICS DEPARTMENT-Traver Sut- PHYSICAL EDUCATION-Sealed, Ida M.
ton, Dr. R. T. Dufford and Kelly G. Stielerg Jfnzzdilzg, Paul Beck, Don Ping and
Miles. Ray Bawel.
Head of Deparlmefzt of Pfyflaology
-Dr. Donell Miller.
james Morlock, head of the departmentg
and Ludwig Petkovsek.
PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT-Wayne Edwards, Dr. V.
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LinC Selects . . .
The editorial staff of the 1961
LinC chose, with careful thought,
sixteen men and women from the
two hundred and fifty seniors of
Evansville College. The qualifica-
tions or basis of judgment was hard
to define, but was discussed and un-
derstood by those selecting. It is
best described as those of the Class
of '61 who have been pace-Setters,
in reflection they will be remem-
bered firstg theirs, a lasting impres-
sion created by leadership, service
to the College, a special talent, or a
combination of character traits or
unique personality that has made
people know them.
Charlie will be remembered as a fine guard
on the E. C. gridiron and as president of
Hughes Hall. Desire and determination are
his two outstanding characteristics.
With enthusiasm, dependability and natural-
ness, Peggy has symbolized leadership. She
gave Chi Omega, Kappa Pi, Pep Club, and
Homecoming Committee her energy and ded-
Bonnie Riney Jack Coale
Bonnie means happiness, and fung she is sincerity,
interest, warmth, and efficiency. Whatexfer the situ-
ation, Bonnie is more than its equal.
' H ierman
Jerly 6 Interested and earnest, jack served as president of
, N Lambda Chi Alpha and treasurer of the student gov
ernment. An air of good Will, simplicity, and devo-
tion are among his traits.
Considerate, concerned, collegiate-jerry and A ffiCUCl1y girl with 21 dynamic PCISOHHIHY,
dependability are synonymous. He has Jackie was always anxious to contribute to
served as president of Phi Mu Alpha and is her many activities. Her abundant joviality,
winner of the Musicians Club Award. sincerity, and sense of duty added much to
Phi Mu and the Union Board.
J im Curry
With the dignity and diligence characteristic of all
great athletes, Dale Wise consistently demonstrated
his remarkable prowess on the basketball floor. I-le
has brought national honor and respect to Evansville
J une Bartlett
Ponderous, profound Jim Curry. Jim's suc-
cess in Lambda Chi and WEVC is due to his
"Man's man" quality of leadership, He is the
considerate, stabilizing force behind a com-
mittee or an organization. Add the congenial-
ity of his smile and one finds a strong, gen-
June is all-efficient business when it comes to
working on the Union Board, Methodist Stu-
dent Movement, and Beta Sigma Omicron.
A quiet manner belies her many contribu-
Sara Van Seyoe
Quiet and unassuming, Sara was calm, cool,
and controlled, completely unruffled by
problems. Not a campaigner, she is a per-
severing leader and worked for the improve-
ment of Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Iota
which she served as president.
Mike Spence Nancy Stoops
Interested and earnest, Mike served as president of Nancy is an individual. She has served as 21 leader On
SGA with great ability. Friendly and well liked, he many committees with discreet determination. Her
is an excellent student and a pre-med major, efficiency is equalled only by her depth.
With desire and determination, Jerry served
as president of senior class with great abili-
ty. Friendly and well liked, he is an excel-
lent student. jerry was talented and con-
cerned in his dealings for Phi Mu Alpha.
There is a depth to Dolores that is rarely found in
a college student. President of Alpha Omicron Pi,
and a member of Pi Gamma Mu and Kappa Mu
Epsilon, her poise and sincerity had lasting results.
Carols is a quiet leadership. Her carefully consid-
ered opinion and a million ideas graciously injected
for those around have made her an inspiration in
,I im Sanders
One of the most dedicated members of the LinC
Honorary section is jim Sanders. jim achieved this
honor by serving as editor of the 1961 LinC, co4
chairman of Homecoming, vice-president of Lambda
Chi Alpha, and president of the Union Board. jim
has, served the school in many ways during his four
A sparkling, bubbly personality . . . Sharon has won
her campus prominence. She was Homecoming queen,
cheerleader, and this year was president of the Chi
cess is impressive.
Known for all the Worx he has done on
campus and in Lambda Chi, Eddie de-
serves to be a member of the LinC Honor-
ary. He has served as editor of the Cres-
cent and the 1960 LinC. His capability
has increased with his efforts and his suc-
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The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart of 1960, julie Thomas, is a
member of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was vice-president of her
pledge class and was A O Pi's candidate for Basketball Queen last year.
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Suzanne Staker, pinned Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha May 14,
1960, majored in biology-science. She is a member of the Chi Omega
Sorority and was choreographer for the Chi O's in Musical Madness last
T '-State Auto Queen and junior at-
year. Suzanne was a candidate for rr
tendant in the May Court last year. She is now working in St. Louis.
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Marsha Thompson, a member of Chi Omega Sorority, was honored
as the 1960 Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart at the annual Spring Formal.
Marsha placed second in the Miss Indiana contest after being chosen
Miss Evansville of 1960. She is now attending the University of Montana.
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Pat Bell, president and treasurer in the Dauphine Sorority, was Chosen
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rector in Musical Madness and float chairman for homecoming. Pat is a
member of Alpha Psi Omega, honorary drama fraternity.
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Mme. Josephine, Mme. Constance
After a successful performance the cast gets together
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QROTCQ crop several LinC pictures.
Staff . . .
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Sharon Tapley QFacultyj and Sally Hadley QFine Artsj and Martha
Karen Ielarpe fQueensj, Dave Spence CSCIIIOISJ, Carolyn Wil-
son CFIHC Artsj, and Mary Ann Conaway QOrganizationsj
look over new material for their sections.
Campus Life section editor Kathy
Compton made her deadline.
Sports section editor Kenny Wendt goes
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"Music is . . . the perfect expression of the soul," stated Robert Schumann. This seems to be the feel-
ing of the students in the Evansville College Choir directed by Harrison Boughton Throughout the
year the choir engages in many activities both on and off the campus. The group sings for vesper services,
chapel programs, and convocations. This spring the annual tour took them to Terre Haute, Crawfordsville,
and Indianapolis, as well as several other cities around the state.
That snappy band you see on the football field is the Evansville
College Band under the direction of Wesley Shepard. When the last
football game has ended the spats and crossbelts are hung up for
another year and the band returns to concert playing. During the
spring quarter the band hits the road for a tour to the surrounding
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Scott Completes his drawing.
Nancy Schweikcert smiles as she finishes a turn at the potters wheel
This is the third year that Vocal Varieties has been presented on
the Evansville College campus. Sponsored by the Union Entertainment
Committee, it is open to any organization on campus. Judy Werneke
was this year's chairman and worked hard to make this year's edition
the best in the school's history.
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February 23, 1961
Bill Bnlsbaugh and Phil Price accept the
traveling trophy for the Sig Eps. They were
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The Sigma Phi Epsilon fratermty sang Begin the Begum
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WEVC Radio Station
Jim Curry, WEVC's station manager, handles the or-
ganization with skill.
WEVC is operated solely by Evansville Col-
lege students in the interest and for the enter-
tainment of the student body. At the present
time WEVC is operated on a frequency of 91.5
megacycles from 5 to 10 p.m. on weekdays. It
also broadcasts many of the Evansville College
basketball games. The studios are located on the
third floor of the Administration Building. This
year WEVC grew bigger and better than ever
before. Many problems were overcome, programs
improved, and station business established on a
The staff, from the left, David Matthiesen, Richard Frette, jim
Curry, Jim Mosier, and Dick Ingebrand. Seated are: Ron Seibers,
Glenda Hardesty, Tony Simpson, and Ron Peake.
jim Mosier spins the records while David Matthiesen and Richard
Frette select another record.
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Cadet Phillip Bracher, Flight C, receives the
AF-ROTC Drill Rodeo award from Capt.
Left to right, Fifi! row-Teague, Heininger, TenBarge, Price
Albin, Bricker, Sunderman. Second row: Sterczer, Batch, Schafer,
Lacefield, Bosse, Bracher, and Black.
Group faculty examines competi-
tive drill results. Left I0 ni bl
Capt. Waters, Capt. Ingram, Capt.
Morgan, and Maj. Sinclair.
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cult drill maneuvers.
Left to right, Firyr row-Gemlich, XVil-
liams, Greubel, Lenfers, Horning and
Rosenmeire. Seroud row-Folz, Young,
Thurneck, Schweikarth, Buth, Ritter,
Heim and Powers, Fred Bosse and Dick
Albin were not present.
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The R.O.T.C. Band passes in review on May Day. jack Kinkel directed the band.
Basketball Team, left 10 Iigbfy.
Firfi row-Gunn, Harl, Worth,
Smith and Sullivan. S ecoud row
-Markland, Stinson, Powers,
Kemp, Bonham and Vaughn.
Angel Flight, left to right-D. Greenfield, S. Crofts,
K. Rice, K. Corn, Bergner, S. Hayden, C. Grimm,
M. Lockwood, N. Wlilliams, K. Harp, K. Compton
P. Langhorst, N. Fisher, C. Ziegler, D. Blackbuml
Center-D. Darnell, A. Grabhorn, S. Smith and C.
r , rr W'P" Larry Batch instructs
A 'w l' underclassrnen in drill
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President Delores Reasor
The spring quarter brought along many activities with
Dolores Reasor being elected to preside over chapter meetings.
Dot Darnell was selected Evansville Tri-State Auto Show
Queen, and Bonnie White was runner-up in the contest.
Another one of our beauties, Suzanne Greinke, placed third
in the 1960 Miss Evansville Contest and was also AOPi's
Homecoming Queen candidate.
Musical Madness saw the AOPi's don Indian costumes and
dance their way to first place in the Women's Division.
Director Barbara Grote was awarded the best direct0r's award.
In the fall, we moved into our new suite which was dee:-
orated with a Greek theme in mind. Early rush caught us
transforming our suite into an authentic Greek setting for
the rotation party. At the informal party, the theme went
Hawaiian with Sandy Droll-making the plans and jackie Sue
Alpha Omicron Pi
Smith, who spent the summer in Hawaii, teaching the girls
to hula. The traditional Rose Dessert formal party closed the
rush season. We filled our quota with twelve new energetic
Our girls held many jobs of responsibility during the year.
Class elections found Bonnie Riney as treasurer of the senior
class and SGA delegate-at-large along with Karen Rice taking
notes as secretary of the sophomore class. Judy Werneke was
elected chairman of the Union Entertainment Committee and
secretary of the Union Board. Nancy Eilers was elected presi-
dent of Women's Council and Maris Wilson president of
Dolores Reasor, jackie Sue Smith, Maris Wilson, Bonnie
Riney, and Mary Koser were-chosen to Who's Who.
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Firft row-N. Beyer, I. Brashier, B. Brumfield, A. Burton, B. Chapin, K. Compton, S
Serond raw-D. Darnell, M. Brown, S. Droll, M. Grossman, I. Graul, B. Grote, C
Third row-M. Hillenbrand, N. Karnes, J. Kavanaugh, A. King, M. Koser, J
Kuester, C. Lauer.
Fourth row-J. McKenzie, C. Meyer, M. Mobley, C. Pheifer, K. Rice, L. Perkins
Fifth row-N. Riecken, B. Riney, J. Sims, J. Smith, J. Werneke, B. White, E. Wilson
Sixlh row-V. Wooden, W. Young.
President Martha Lockwood
Before the end of school last year, Betas elected and in-
stalled officers for the following year. Wheeling the gavel
was Martha Lockwood, ably assisted by Vice-President June
Bartlett, Recording Secretary Jody Kimm, Corresponding Sec-
retary, Darlene Kissel, and Treasurer Janice Kleitz. Under the
direction of Karen Thomas rush began with our Oriental
Rotation party. Next was Beta Dreamland, then the Formal
rush party highlighted by the Pink Lady Ceremony. Pledge
day the new pledges Judy Stutzman, Carol Umbach, Dorcas
James, Laurie Prokop, Cindy I-Iall, and Diana Blackburn were
treated to lunch by their Big Sisters and Mothers. That eve-
ning all attended the EC football game then enjoyed a slmnber
party at the Sig Ep House.
For homecoming, under supervision of Carole Grimm, we
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colored toy train with the theme of "Choo Choo 'em up Aces."
We also came in second in the tug-of-war. Our Queen candi-
date was Nancy Stoops.
With the help of the Mother's Club and Alums, We
furnished our new sorority suite in Moore Hall. It is wonder-
ful to have a "home" to call our own.
December 12, Founder's Day, was celebrated with a party
given by the Alums. Carole Grimm, Diana Blackburn, and
Cindy Hall became members of Angel Flight, and Laurie
Prokop joined .Alpha Psi Omega.
Spring brought entry into Musical Madness under direction
of Carole Grimm and Janet Berry. The year ended with the
annual Senior Picnic and Spring Formal.
Rush was work but it sure
President Sharon Frohbieter
Chi Omega Sorority has again completed another busy and successful year. In the
spring of last year, Sharon Frohbieter came into the office of president, while also
reigning as Military Ball Queen.
At May Day the Chi O's invited their favorite professors to the annual breakfast.
Connie Brammer was honored as May Day Queen. The Panhellenic Scholarship trophy
was received for the third time. Earlier, at State Day, the chapter was presented the
scholarship trophy for the- fourth time,
Two of the sisters were honored as sweethearts by Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma
Phi Epsilon fraternities at their spring formals. Suzie Staker was named Lambda Chi
Crescent Girl and Marsha Thompson, Sig Ep Sweetheart.
This fall, the Chi O's began keeping house in their new suite. Fifteen girls were
pledged during rush. Rita Barton was rush chairman with the theme of the informal
party "Alice in Collegelandf' Keeping the crown within the sorority, Nora Fisher was
crowned Homecoming Queen, being the seventh consecutive Chi' O Homecoming
Queen. The chapter placed second in the homecoming display division.
Rita Barton and Sharon Frohbieter were named to Who's Who. Peggy Madden was
elected vice-president of the senior class, and Sandy Smith served as vice-president of
the sophomore class. Cheering the Aces were Annette Tapley and Nancy Stofleth with
Diana Harris as majorette and Basketball Queen.
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Phi Mu opened the year by moving into its new sorority suite, which is decorated
in accents of pink, white, aqua and yellow with floor-to-ceiling draperies in shades
of aqua on white. Meetings, parties, studying and general get-togethers will be held
in our suite.
Several meetings were held in the members' homes during the summer to plan rush
which we plunged into in October with a visit to "Chez Phi Mu," a celebrity party,
for our rotation party.
Guests were entertained at the Phi Mu Pow Wow in the suite for our informal party,
and the traditional "Formal Perfume Party" at the Homestead. On pledge day Phi Mu
received the largest pledge class when fifteen girls chose to wear the rose and white. We
became more acquainted with our new sisters at a luncheon in their honor and a slumber
party that night.
During Homecoming festivities Phi Mu's Mary Ann Stahlberg captured the "Miss
United Fund" trophy and the chapter received the trophy for the second consecutive
yearlfor collecting the most money for the United Fund. Displaying our muscles, Phi
Mu won the tug of war. Our Homecoming Queen candidate, Mary Ellen Rauch, was
runner-up to homecoming queen.
All Phi Mus are proud of their sisters who have received special honors during the
year. Nancy Williams served as Commander of Angel Flight and several Phi Mus were
initiated into this organization during the year. Annabelle Grabhorn and Sunny Good-
man led the Aces' cheers and Donna Walton was a majorette with the College Band.
Mary Ann Stahlberg served as treasurer of the sophomore class and Annabelle Grabhorn
served as chairman of the Union Dance Committee. Mary Ellen Rauch was initiated
into Sigma Alpha Iota.
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Lambda Chi Ahyha
Lambda Chi Alpha, oldest national Greek fraternity on the EC
campus, found the 1960-61 school year among its best in all phases of
college life. With members in every department and a hand in every
activity, honors and trophies were bestowed upon the membership in
Lambda Chi Alpha activities carried over from last spring when jack
Coale was elected S.G.A, treasurer and the fraternity was awarded the
Inter-Fraternity Council Scholarship Trophy and the S.G.A. All-Sports
With the coming of fall and a new school year, the men of Lambda
Chi Alpha picked up where they left off by making a clean sweep of
Homecoming festivities. 'Jim Sanders brought home the Mr. United
Fund Trophy, while the fraternity homecoming display committee,
headed by jack Kinkel, accepted the first place Lawn Display Trophy.
The work of the brothers didn't stop with Homecoming. Members
of Lambda Chi Alpha were found in all college functions, including
sports and social affairs. Eleven Lambda Chis were members of the
EC varsity football team.
In intramural sports, Lambda Chi won the Red Flag Football League
with a perfect 5-O record and also captured the Turkey Run to pile
up a commanding lead for the 1961 All-Sports Trophy.
The wide range of Lambda Chi activities includes the leadership
of brothers in various campus activities and organizations. Jim Sanders
served as president of the Union Board and Pi Delta Epsilong Eddie
Cole, president of the Inter-Fraternity Councilg Joe Black, vice-president
of the Union Board and president of the History Clubg jim Curry,
manager of WEVCQ and Harold Teague, president of the Arnold Air
Society. Brothers Eddie Cole, jack Coale, jim Sanders and Joe Black
were named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
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On December 7 the men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon celebrated
their third anniversary as a chapter in the realm of their respec-
tive fraternity. Work toward the betterment of SAE and
Evansville College is the goal set by this fraternity. The public
relations committee, which was set up last year with this rea-
son in mind, is working on several projects that will gain
recognition for the college, as well as for the fraternity.
The presence of the SAE's is evident on our campus. The
men of this organization are on various union committees,
SGA committees, and are also in many other activities. Mike
Spence holds the number one office on campus, that of Stu-
dent Government president. Larry Pond served as editor of
the Crescent during the fall quarter, while several of his
brothers Worked on the staff.
SAE's also shine in the sports world. Danny Phillips led the
Pledges Hess and Basket had "sitdown" troubles for a week.
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Tapley and Jon Dekker saw considerable action with Coach
Paul Beck's football squad. Playing a key role in Coach Arad
McCutchan's hardwood plans is Paul Utley. After finishing
second in last year's intramural program, the men of SAE
are fighting hard to regain the spot which they occupied the
In january, Harold Becker left office, after serving two
consecutive terms as president. Harold's two terms were un-
precedented in the history of Indiana Epsilon.
Promotion and show business go right along with SAE on
the Evansville Campus. This is evident by the success of the
PHILO BLACKOUTS. One of the highlights of the year
was SAE's sponsorship of the Kingston Trio.
M. Andrews, A. Bailey, D. Baskett, H. Becker, P. Bracher,
R. Bragassa, N. Brazelton.
C. Buckley, T. Bundy, W. Cole, D. Daugherty, G. Daugher-
ty, J. Dekker, R. Dodge.
R. Engelbrecht, M. Fulkerson, W. Gonterman, M. Harrell,
F. Haskett, D. Hess, R. Latimer.
J. Leach, W. Lisembee, R. Miles, B. Moellenkamp, J. Moore,
H. Mudd, T. O'Connor.
Schwering, G. Seiler.
Spence, F. Staton.
Utley, M. Walters.
W. Ward, K. Wendt, L. Williams, J. Withrow, C. Young
E. Ouellette, M. Pace, D. Phillips, L. Pond, E. Rehrman, L.
R. Seller, D. Shagaloff, C. Smith, P. Spears, D. Spence, M.
J. Stephens, D. Tapley, W. Toy, J. Tubbs, T. Tuley, P.
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Sigma Phi Epsilon has once more outdone itself with a
prosperous year, packed full of achievement and honors.
Leading the fraternity was Dave Schmitt, president,
John Harrelson, vice-presidentg jerry Heierman, secre-
tary, jerry Hochstetler, comptrollerg and Ron TenBarge,
jerry Clark directing, Sig Eps took the first place
trophy for Vocal Varieties, singing several arrangements
from South Pacific. Following the victory, the Sig Eps
won Musical Madness. Under the direction of jerry
Heierman, Sigma Phi Epsilon took first place in the
men's division and best over-all production trophy. Sig
Eps also took first place in the tricycle race at Home-
coming this year.
Sigma Phi Epsilon members are active in many campus
organizations and hold various offices. They are: Jerry
Clark, senior class president, choir president, and chair-
man of the Union Fine Arts Committee, Dave Schmitt,
junior class vice-president, ferr Heierman, Phi Mu Alpha
presidentg Ron Ten Barge, deputy group commander,
Dan Briedenbach, president of Circle Kg Chester May-
flower, national treasurer for Kappa Chi, jerry Fox,
The Mother's and Wives' Club has been active supply-
ing the house with drapes and new furniture.
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Tau Kappa Epsilon
Last spring the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon elected the follow-
ing men as officers for 1960-61: president, jack Deverg vice-presi-
dent, Gene Seiderg secretary, Leroy Emgeg Treasurer, Bob Hardestyg
pledge trainer, Bill Kirschg historian, jerry Thurrnang chaplain,
Dennis Schneiderg sergeant-at-arms, Ron Ruminer.
There were many changes in the chapter house during the past
year. The most important of these were the remodeling of the up-
stairs and downstairs bathrooms, the acquisition of a pool table
and a ping-pong table, and the purchase of new drapes for the
front room and the staircase.
The Tekes acquired two new trophies during the past year. The
first of these came from our performance in Musical Madness, in
which we walked off with the second place trophy. The Teke
Sweetheart trophy was purchased by the fraternity to keep account
of our sweethearts in the future.
The Order of Diana was found doing its usual best during the
past year. The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon appreciate them and
thank them for their help. To aid the Order of Diana in the
great job that they are doing, a Father's Club was formed and has
already shown its worth to the chapter.
The TKE social activities for the year began with our alumni
picnic and freshman parties during the summer, Halloween and
Homecoming parties during the fall, and Christmas and St. Valen-
tine's Day parties in the winter. The Sweetheart was chosen by
the men of the chapter and was crowned at our annual Red
Carnation Ball in the spring.
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Vice-President Donna Hagedorn assists the
president in his duties and presides in his absence.
Donna is a junior majoring in pre-law. She is
representative of the Independent Campus Associa-
The Student Government Association gives
students the opportunity to participate in the
life and work of Evansville College. It
enables the student body, as a group, to co-
operate with the Faculty as a group.
Mike Spence, as president of this Associa-
tion, enforces the Constitution, presides
over SGA meetings and Student Senate
meetings, and appoints committees not pro-
vided for. A senior, Mike is majoring in
pre-med and is a member of Sigma Alpha
Nancy Stoops performs the duties as
secretary. Minutes of SGA and Student
Senate meetings are taken by her. A
member of Beta Sigma Omicron Sorori-
ty, Nancy is a senior majoring in ele-
Delegate-at-large is Bonnie Riney. As
delegate, she is in charge of public rela-
tions for the Student Senate, Administra-
tive Board, and SGA. A senior majoring
in business education, Bonnie is a mem-
ber of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority.
Serving as treasurer of this association is
jack Coale. It is his duty to be in charge of
finances of SGA under rules established by
the Administrative Board 'of the Student-
Faculty Federation. Also a member of
Lambda Chi Alpha, jack is a senior major-
ing in business.
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Coale, Donna Hageclorn. S2mzdi11g.' David K. King, David Schmitt, Beverly
Backstrom, Martha Lockwood, Frank Haskett, Alice Schurtter, Jim Sanders.
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Election ballots are furnished and a report is given this com- Schmidt, Tom TUICY, DOHHH Hag'fd0f0, Mike
Spence, president of SGAQ Jack Coale, Bonnie
Riney. SllI77di72g.' Dick Frette, John Harrelson, Judy
Werneke, Jerry Heierman.
mittee on election results.
Sealed, left to right: Mike Spence, SGA presidentg Nancy Stoops,
Sharon Tapley, Ann Burton, Tom Tuley. Stmzding.' Paul E, Moore,
June Bartlett, Noel L. Patton, jack Dever, Maris Mobley, Eddie Cole.
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Charles Hayse, SMfzdi12g.' Chairlie Luetje, Delbert temlty activities are Sponsored by thls group'
Pace, Dave Koehler.
Women is Council
Sealed, left lo right: Martha Lockwood, secretaryg Nancy
Wfilliams, veepg Maris Mobley, president. Stizrzdiug'
Peggy Madden, Sharon Tapley, Delores Reasor, Dr. Vir-
ginia Grabill, Sharon Frohbieter, jane Barnes,
Panhellenic Association maintains friendly rela-
tions between fraternities and compiles the rules con-
cerning rushing and pledging. Each sorority on cam-
pus is a member of this association.
Lefz to right: Anne Newkirk, presiclentg Mary Ellen Rauch,
treasurerg Alice Schurtter, secretaryg Carolyn Biggerstaff,
Wo1nen's Council is in charge of Women's Rec-
ognition Dinner each spring. It also sponsors Gamma
Delta and is concerned with the crowning of the May
Queen on May Day.
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interest to students and to
Faculty having to do with
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Secretary Karen Thomas
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Vice-President Allen McCutchan
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Secretary Carol Meyer
The Independent Campus Association is in its fourth year on the campus. INCA, as
it is called, participated in many school functions this year.
It started the year with the Homecoming display and was active in the various activities.
In February INCA had its Mardi Gras Ball, a masquerade dance. Carol Thene was
queen of this dance.
INCA is founded to encourage independent students to participate in campus activi-
ties. It tries to promote school spirit for those students not belonging to social sororities
Left la right: Carol Theme, sec-
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Mary Ann Fuller, treasurer.
Left to right: Ed Schnautz, Anne New
kirk, Ronald Orrnan.
Miss Judy Lockwood
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The Student Union Board is the governing body for all activities that are carried
on in the McCurdy Alumni Union Building. Members of the Board are elected each
spring by the student body. A student must work two or more years on a Union Core
Committee to be eligible to run for one of the positions on the Board.
This year's Board worked hard to make this year's Union Activities bigger and better
than ever before. Vocal Varieties and Musical Madness were two of the bigger events.
There are over 2,500 students and guests who use the facilities of the building during
This was the tenth birthday of our Union Building.
F ine Arts
Mrs. lilizabeth Owen Mrs. Marjorie Wood Mrs. Georgina Hill
ASSl5faflt DIICCYOI Director Director of Food Service
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The Union House Committee is in charge of
the Browsing Boom, Activities Day, and taking
the building count. This committee also decorates
the Union for Homecoming and Christmas.
Lefz lo rigbt: Bill Meier, Sandy Smith, Ginger Garland,
Suzie Staker, Buddy Stinson, Nancy James, jim Sanders,
Lefl lo righl: Doreen DeBree, Mary Ann Cona-
way, Shirleen Brooner, chairmang Sue Savage.
The Union Wor'kshop in the fall, Union Board Elections and
Union Recognition Dinner in the spring are the activities of the
Union Personnel Committee. This committee also takes care of
Vesper Teas are sponsored by the Union Social Committee. This
committee was in charge of the Union's 10th Birthday Party in
January. The Union Leadership Conference is one of its responsi-
Left lo right: Carol Ann Applegate, Martha Lock-
wood, Alice Schurtter, chairmang Dorris Ferris.
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Lefl zo rigbl: Mary Ellen Frank, Nancy
Stoops. chairmang Ronald Frankenberger.
Publicizing all Union events is the main duty
of the Publicity Committee. All Union committee
activities are made known also.
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Promoting cultural events on the campus, such as
the Clothesline Art Sale, are the functions of the
Union Fine Arts Committee. The jam sessions, photo
contests, and art exhibits are sponsored by this group.
Lefl lo riglztz Ed Schnautz, jerry Clark,
chairman, Loran Love, Sadye Morgan.
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The Union Finance Committee plans a
yearly budget for Union committees. Sell-
ing of Vocal Varieties and Musical Mad-
ness tickets, plus selling mums during
Homecoming, are included in their duties.
Left to right: June Bartlett, chairmang Caro-
lyn Lauer, Janice Kleitz, David K. King.
Seated, left za right: Carolyn Wilson, Sharon Tapley, Annabelle Grabhorn,
chairmang Susan Trovillion.
Ping pong tourneys, pool tourneys, Ladies'
Day in the pool room-all of these are pro-
vided for the students by the Union Games
The Union Dance
record hops, and
Left io rigbl: Gene Bricker, Annette Tapley, Byron
Moellenkamp, Joe Black, Chairman.
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Firrt raw, from left: Sally Hadley, Judy Werneke,
chairman. Second row: Sara Van Scyoc, Carol Day.
The Entertainment Committee of the Union plans the
Christmas Party and Vocal Varieties.
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Lef: 10 7-ight: Darla Schmidt, chairmang The SGA Committee on Fine Arts studies and
I-Offm I-QVC, PCSSY Madden, Luther recommends plans and projects for the cultural ad-
gialei Florence Kevei 5P0f'50f9 vancement of our college life in music and drama
uzanne Ompson' and the equipping of buildings with works of art.
The SGA Welfare Committee serves to investigate and
consider applications for appropriations from the Student
relief fund. Recommendations are made to the Administra-
Left to right: Sue Biggerstaff, Dr. Gordon Rettke, sponsorg Ron
Fuhrman, Gerald Heiermah, chairmang Mary Ann Stahlberg.
Sealed, left to right: Judy Werneke, chairmang Dr. Virginia
Grabill, sponsorg Ann Hilsmeier. Stafzdizzg: Ronald Franken-
berger, Carl Schrader, Byron Ihle.
This SGA Committee sponsors the Icebreaker
Dance, the crowning of the Basketball Queen, and the
Bachelor of the Year contest.
The SGA Athletic Committee is concerned with
the running of all intramural athletics, pep assemblies,
and the selection of cheerleaders.
Left to right: Tom Tuley, chairmang Byron Moellenkamp, Gary
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Publications Committee of SGA has general super-
vision of the college publications and is responsible
for the selection of the editors and business managers.
Pi Delta Epsilon
Alpha Psi mega
Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary fra-
ternity for those interested in dramatics. To be-
come a member, one must have contributed 100
or more hours in college dramatics.
Left to right: Sam Smiley, sponsor, Judy Martin, sec-
retary, Rita Barton, presidentg Mary Talbert, veep.
Homecoming Committee, sponsored by SGA, is com-
posed of various committee chairmen. These chairmen have
charge of all Homecoming activities, including the campus
display, bonfire, tricycle race, tug-of-war and the Homecom-
Left to riglal: Byron Moellenkamp, treasurer, Barbara
Nunn, veepg Jim Sanders, president.
Pi Delta Epsilon, national journalism fraternity,
is for students who have worked at least one year l
on a school publication. It also participates in
Fin! row, lefi lo fight: Barbara Grote, Kay Kraft, Jody Kim, Ann
Burton. Secozzd: Mary Ann Conaway, Mary Ellen Seiler, Jackie Fer-
guson. Third: Jim Sanders, co-chairman, Dave Lundmark, Roger
y Newman Club
The purpose of the Newman Club is to provide reli-
gious, educational, and social activities for Catholic stu-
dents on other than Catholic school campuses. By such
a program, a student is able to increase his knowledge of
the Catholic faith.
Fin! row, left la fight: Sue Savage, corresponding secretaryg Mary
Jo Wirthwein, recording secretaryg Father Alban Berling, sponsor.
Bark row: Bill McGuire, treasurerg Jim Lord, presidentg Paul McLain,
The object of the Methodist Student Movement is the
intellectual, moral, and religious care and instruction of
young people who are students in the community, especial-
ly those who are adherents of the Methodist Church.
Left lo right: June Bartlett, presidentg Dick Frette, treasurerg
Nancy Stoops, veepg Carol Ann Applegate, Secretary.
The Student Christian Association emphasizes religious
growth and fellowship. Interracial and interdenominational,
it is affiliated with Y WCA and YMCA.
Left to rigbl: David Rogers, Joe Kamman, president, Tom Tupper,
To serve the campus and the community is the pur-
pose of Circle K. Circle K is sponsored by the Kiwanis
Clubs of Evansville. The club has only been on campus
Left to right: Dr. james Morlock, sponsorg Art Kushner, David
K. King, presidentg Gary Rinehart, treasurer, David Ellerbusch,
Audie Rhodes, secretary.
Front row, left lo right: Cynthia Price, Sara Van
Scyoc, secretaryg Mrs, Georgina Hill, sponsorg
Helen Harvey. Bark row: Russ Seiler, veepg Eu-
gene Niednagel, presidentg Father Webb, church
sponsorg Taylor Altheide, Mr. Wayne Edwards,
Mr. Wyatte Powell.
The Canterbury Association is a group of students,
faculty and staff of the college community who meet
to know Christ and each other through the faith and
practice of the Episcopal Church.
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Lefl to right: Carrol Buchanan, secretaryg Tom Tup-
per, presidentg Brooks Harting, veep.
Kappa Chi is a ministerial fraternity for those men
and women planning to enter full-time Christian
service. Kappa Chi unites ministerial students in a
common fellowship for the purpose of discussing
common problems and for inspiration. It also encour-
ages and recruits Christian young people to enter
full-time Christian service.
Seated, left to right: Anna Rose, Bertha Waltz, Judy
Ludwig. Slmzdmg: Barbara Purcell, presidentg Ann
Hillsmeier, Dora Howard, secretary.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is a nation-wide
interdenominational student organization of college
and university chapters. It is dedicated to the growth
of Christian discipleship through individual and
group Bible study, prayer, discussions, conferences
Sigma Alpha Iota is a na-
tional professional fraternity for
women in music. Its purpose is
to form chapters of music stu-
dents who will uphold the high-
est ideals of a music education.
Monthly musicales, publishing of
a yearbook, and the promotion
of national projects are among
the obligations. Sara Van Scyoc
is president of this organization.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a
men's fraternity dedicated to the
advancement of music in Ameri-
ca. The organization, of which
Gerald Heierman is president, is
known to the campus chiefly
through the performances of its
dance band. In addition, the fra-
ternity sponsors recitals and en-
deavors to contribute in any way
it can to the musical life of the
campus and the community.
Sealed, lefl to right: Rita Barton, Barbara Main. Simzding:
Suzanne Greinke, Bill Davidson, Kenneth Sanders, Dick Frette,
jerry Bertelsen, Brady Shafer, Mr. Ted Foster, sponsor.
The History Club was formulated to stim-
ulate interest in history for all students,
and to keep students informed on the cur-
rent events. Outside speakers are brought in
to the meetings to discuss these current
Lefz to rigbf: Mr. Orville jaebker, sponsorg Donna
Hagedorn, secretaryg Edna Goff, publicityg Bill
Day, treasurerg Bill Georges, veepg joe Black,
The Debate Club develops
skill in intelligent, effective,
and responsible speaking in a
free society. Debate is dedicat-
ed to the principle that train-
ing in argumentation and abili-
ty to communicate the results
of argumentation will develop
not only the highest type speak-
ers, but also the highest type
The Electronics Club was or-
ganized for students interested
in electronic work. This club
operates the amateur radio sta-
tion in the Engineering Building.
Properly licensed people can
communicate with other people
all over the world.
Seated, left to right: Robert Wel-
born, Stan Wilson, Tony Simpson,
Ron Sievers. Slfznding: Paul Long-
tine, Gene Seider, Larry Wheelock,
Larry Frederick, Dr. C, W. Robert-
son, sponsorg Paul McLain, Mr
Seated, left ia right: Nancy Stofleth, secretaryg Judy Graul,
president. Smnding.' Lucinda Lockridge, veepg Nita Sims, treasur-
Gamma Delta is a social organization for freshman
girls through which they become orientated for college
Alpha Phi Mu
Left to right: Ann Newkirk, presidentg Linda Friend, treasurerg
Anna O'Reilly, secretary.
Alpha Phi Mu is a freshman wornen's scholastic honor
ary society whose function in to encourage scholarship
among freshman women by honoring them with its
Slanding, left zo right: Ronald Frankenberger, treasurerg Miss
Florence Keve, sponsorg Bill Hickrod, president. Seated: Kathy
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Kappa Pi is a National Honorary Art Fraternity open
to men and women in American universities, colleges, and
art schools. Membership is based on scholarship and
proven ability in art.
Left to right: Martha Fitch, veepg Carol Ann Applegate, secre-
taryg Sharon Schuessler, treasurerg Beverly Backstrom, president.
N arses' Association
The purpose of the Nurses' Association is to promote
and maintain high educational and professional standards,
to stimulate student interest in professional nurses' associa-
tions, and to participate as an active member in 'the Indiana
Association of Student Nurses.
Smnding, left to riglal: Don Vogel, secretary-treasurerg Bob Hunt,
president. Sealed: Mrs. Irene Ogden, dorm motherg Richard
Seated, left to right: Maris Mobley, treasurerg Carol Thene, pub-
licityg Rosie Dauby, secretary. Stmzdirzg: janice Kleitz, veepg Mrs.
Wilma Shafter, sponsorg Alice Schurtter, president.
The Association for Childhood Educa-
tion is an organization for all elementary
education majors. It is a part of the Fu-
ture Teachers of America organization.
The Student Education Association is
EA a part of the organization for teachers in
Indiana. They are student members of the
Indiana State Teachers Association.
Left lo right: Darlene Kissel, secretaryg Reno DeMuth, veepg
Bill Hickrod, presidentg Dr. Leland Moon, sponsorg Pat Coon,
Sealed, left to riglal: Sally Hadley, secretaryg Rhonda Alldredge,
presidentg Janet Eble, veep. Szmzding: Ann Burton, historiang Miss
Sally Fields, dorm motherg Mary Ellen Dalman, treasurer.
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Fin! row, left lo right: Huddie Mardirosian, Dave Koehler, Willie Brimm, Gene Schulz, Charlie Ross, Don LeDuc,
Quentin Merkel, John Meredith, Willie Weinzapfel, Delbert Pace.
Second row: Assistant Coach Jim Morgan, Bud Garland, Ron Magness, Rich Seib, Joe Brent, Dwight Tapley, Carl
Horn, jack Behme, jack Webber, Larry Duncan, john Aramowicze, Joe Rohlecler, George Carey, Trainer Jack
Third raw: Head Coach Paul Beck, Gene Lutterbach, Bob Barnett, Gary Sitzman, Bob Will, Jim Wright, jerry
Leach, Dan Phillips, Jon Dekker, Tom Hemmer, Ron Tepool, Bill White, Merle Barth, Assistant Coach Ray Bawel.
OPPONENT WE THEY
Sept. 17 H Hanover 21 0
24 T Indiana State 11 7
Oct, 1 H Valparaiso 17 14
8 T Ball State 10 7
14 T Drake 0 14
22 H DePauw 9 0
29 T Butler 6 54
Nov. 5 H St. joseph 7 14
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Head Coach Paul Beck, Assistant Coach Ray Bawel, and Bud Garland
talk over the next series of downs.
Merle Barth T
john Behme C
joe Brent G
William Brimm T
George Carey G
jon Dekker E
Larry Duncan E
Richard Garland HB
Thomas Hemmer E
Dave Koehler HB
jerry Leach T
Donald LeDuc HB
Gene Lutterbach FB
Ron Magness HB
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Soph. Huddie Mardirosian E 6-0 180 19 Sophl
jr. John Meredith T 6-0 210 19 jf,
Soph. Quentin Merkel Q 5-9 165 19 Sophl
Soph. Delbert Pace HB 5-8 160 22 Soph,
Sr. Danny Phillips E 6-0 175 21 Jr.
Sr. Joe Rohleder HB 5-11 170 19 Jr-
Jr. Charles Ross G 5-7 180 22 Sf.
Sr. Gene Schulz G 5-8 170 20 Sophl
jf. Rich Seib QB 5-11 iso 21 Jr.
Jr. Dwight Tapley HB 5-10 160 22 Sr.
Soph. Ron Tepool E-QB 6-1 185 20 Jr'
Sr. john Titzer FB 6-1 205 19 Sophl
Soph. Jack Webber E-FB 6-0 185 19 Sgph,
Soph. Wilfred Weinzapfel G 5-10 185 21 Sr'
jr. William White C 6-2 205 21 St.
Ir. Robert XVill T 6-3 210 21 Jr.
Soph. James Wright G 6-0 180 19 Jr,
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Athletic Business Office
Don Ping is director of athletics and professor of physi-
cal education on the campus. He is always on hand for
all the games whether they are college or intramural.
Mrs. Lucille Hudson works on Mrs. Valeda Collins handles
the many records that must be the correspondence that is
kept by the athletic depart' sent for the office.
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department. Among his many duties is handling ticket
sales for all college games.
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Bark row: G. Bruner, E. Pace, J. Greer, J. Braun, B. Latim-
er, D. Baskett, J. Cason, T. Clark. Back row: J. Saviolo,
D. Cunningham, C. Raymond, C. Herdel, C. Zausch, W.
Boultinghouse, J. Horsketter, R. Bennett, D. Bennett, B.
Stucke, Coach Don Ping.
Coach Pings yearlings started off their year
by dumping Wabash 44-6 then ran into trouble,
losing to Southern Illinois, 36-0, and to Indiana
State, 28-7. Even with this not too impressive
record, big things are expected from these men.
Coach talks over strategy with
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Wayne Boultinghouse busts up the middle for a
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jerry Braun cuts down the opposing fullback, Dave Bennett picks up 12 yards around end
First row, left lo right- Paul Utley, Tom Hamilton, Maw Pruett, P. M.
Sanders, Lynn Mautz. Second raw-Dale Wise, Walt Henry, jack Dutton,
Bob jones, Vince Gwalney, Bob Will. Third row-Coach McCutchan. jim
Nossett, Walter Deal, Dave Fulkerson, Ed Rolen, Marty Herthel, Assistant
Coach Arad McCutchan fcenterj confers with Assistant
Coach Paul Beck as to the method of attack the Aces
will use during the second half. Freshman Coach Ray
Bawel watches the team warm up before the start.
Paul Utley tries for
2 points during the
Wfheaton game at the
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shot over a defendefs hand.
Notice another useful hand-
the one holding onto the shirt
of Dale XXfise fS4J.
Marv Pruett meets opposition in
working in from the left for a layup.
Dale Wise squeuks be-
tween two Ohio State
defensive men for 2
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The Evansville College Purple
Aces again proved themselves one
of the top basketball drawing teams
in the country. Even though the
Aces didn't have a winning season
fwon 11, lost 16j the fans still
turned out en masse to cheer their
team on. This is a credit to the com-
munity of Evansville and to Evans-
ville College. The Aces lost five
seniors this year and have some of
the best sophomore and freshman
prospects to ever attend Evansville
Finals must be coming up soon as one stu-
dent crams. He must be the only one as
other students cheer on the Aces to a vic-
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Iowa ................. ......., 8 3 ........,. ......... 7 1
Notre Dame ......., ........ 8 5 ..,.,,,.,. ,,.,,.,,, 6 8
Utah ..... ....r.,,............ ...... 1 5 2 ,.,,. ,,,,, ....,.,,, 7 7
Los Angeles State ...... ...... 1 06 ,,,,,,.,,, ..,,,,. 1 O3
St. Mary's ...........,.,, .,i,,,,- 7 9 .,,,,,.,-, ,.,.,,,,, 6 9
Valparaiso ............ .,....,. 8 O ,,,,,.,,, .,,s,,. 1 05
Purdue .....,..... .....,,. 8 4 ..i....... ......... 7 5
South Dakota ,.... ........ 8 2 ..,..,i,, ,.,.,,.,, 8 7
Ball State ........ 68 .......... ......... 7 2
Butler ........,,..,.......... .,...... 9 3 ......... ......... S 2
Ohio State .............,.... ........ 8 6 ......... 59
Kentucky Wesleyan ..,........... 99 .......... ......... 8 2
DePauw ,...............,..,... ........ 7 9 ..,.,.,,., .,,,,.,.. 9 4
Indiana State .....,..... ....., 1 05 .......,,.............. 102
Ball State ........... ........ 8 4 .,..,.................... 91
St. Josephs ....... 54 ...., ..... ......... 6 8
Valparaiso ...,.. 79 . ......... ...,..,.. 7 1
Butler ..,..................... ........ 7 4 .......... ..,...... 9 2
Kentucky Wesleyan ................ 88 .......... ..,...... 7 6
Indiana State .......... 91 . ...... ......... 9 0
DePauw ...........,...........,.,........ 86 .....,.... ,........ 8 5
St. Josephs ............ 89 EC ....... ..,.,.... 9 8
Pennsylvania State 75 EC. ...... ......... 7 4
Los Angeles State .,...,.......... 115 EC ....... ....... 1 21
Lincoln University ,.......... ....... 9 0 EC .,..... ,...,.., 7 7
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This was the last year
for these five members of
the basketball team. Each
will be remembered for his
fine contribution to the
basketball squad and to
Coach Arad 1.VlCCL1tCl'l21H, member of the
national rules committee, discusses rule
changes with other members of the NCAA
Evansville College served as
host to this yez1r's clinic. Everett
Shelton, former Wyoming coach
and now at Sacramento State in
California, headed the meeting.
He was assisted by Don Ping of
Attending the clinic were some
of the Posey County coaches and
several of the Evansville high
school coaches. Also present were
college coaches who had teams
competing in the NCAA college
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Everett Shelton, moderator of the NCAA
Clinic, diagrams an offensive pattern
Indiana high school coaches discuss rebounding
and better ways to handle the ball.
From Row: Joe Blair, Allen MCCutchun, Denny Brant, Richart Bennett. Ron
Keatzel. Back Row: David Bennett, David Green, Ed Zausch, Paul Bullard,
Buster Briley, Wayne Boultinghouse, and Coach Ray Bawel.
Richard Bennett goes up for a lay-in against Ev-ansville 6-8 freshman center, Ecl Znusch
Indiana State. brmgs clown a rebound.
SAE Jon Dekker and LXA Merle Barth fight
for position under the board to get a rebound
during the Lambda Chi Alpha-Sigma Alpha
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Lambda Chi I .... ..... 5 0 Treys ........... .... 5 0
SAE I ........... ..... 4 1 Herb's Boys ....,.., .... 4 1
ROTC ..... ..... 3 2 Whops and Cops ........ 3 2
Dorm ...... ..... 2 5 Untouchables ...... 2 5
TKE ...,... ...., 2 5 Lambda Chi II .......... 1 4
sig Ep's .... ..... 0 5 SAE II ,............ .... o 5
Steve Slaton guards jack Coale during the all-
star game at the stadium.
Bob Latimer wheels around Richard Seib
during the final game of the intramural
Lambda Chi Jack Conle hits a. long jump
shot over SAE Don Hess.
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Witlu spring come grass, buds, love
.. .and football practice. It becomes a
mixture of energy, enthusiasm and opti-
mism. The players strain-grunts are
heard as pad hits dummy. Kidding is
part of the game-an end is grabbed by
the belt by a slow tackle to file him. Ex-
hortations are frequent from the coaches
-free as well as insistent. And when
Sundown closes another day of practice,
the squad hopeful trudges toward the
shower with a dummy bending his
shoulders-content with his day,
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backing the "Aces" are the E. C. Cheer-
leaders. Annabelle Grabhorn served as cap-
tain of the five co-eds.
Bark mu R Carter J Rogers J Coale K Swannack M Snms S Dun-
can T Patterson J Kmkel D Land T W1l1l3mS C Lane S Sullxvan,
S Sanford Franz row B Blemker R Allen J Martln D Pace fcoachj
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Harvey Rosenmeier, on first base, grabs the throw '
from second baseman to retire a speeding runner,
into left field.
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Frou! row: Max Hatcher, john Greubel, Buddy Stinson, Fred Bosse, Ken Sunderman.
Back row: Ron Smith, Larry Dimmett, Harvey Rosenmeier, jim Fathera, John Saviola, and John Sullivan.
Lambda Chi Steve Sanford has no opportunity
to catch the ball as an ROTC batter pounds one
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Coach Ping uses the fungo to hit balls to the infield
while Ron Tepool waits for the throw in,
The 1961 squad-fron! raw, from left: Larry Duncan, jack
Dever Dwight Tapley Joe Kamman, joe Rohleder Ron
1'olz, bark row, Ed Uhde Dick Albin Gene Brown Don
Schwartz John Aramowicz Ron Tepool, Ed Rolen W1lt
Henry, Coach Don Ping. Barry Hoppen was not present
when picture was talten.
It's back to first on hands and knees to beat the
pick-off throw by the Ball State pitcher.
Third Baseman Larry Duncan exhibits good form
in taking a throw from right field to nip a runner
trying to go from first to third.
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tsar. 22 - Ball State
H.-'gy Fri. 28 - Kentucky Wesleyan
Sat. 29 - DePauw
Sat. 6 - Southeast Missouri
Thur. 11 - Louisville
Sat. 13 - St. joe
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Sat. 20 - Indiana State
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The New RED SPOT is IOCa+ed.a+ . . . RED SPOT PAINT AND VARNISH CO
I I0-I I4 MAIN STREET
Young Couples of All Ages
Save on Furniiure ai' Compnmems of
MR. AND MRS. B. F. WOLFE
5011115 664i 'J f7Uff21fUf-ff CRESCENT LANDSCAPE
3 EQTATEETE I776 S. Weinbach Ave. Phone GR 6-67I2
Stove and Refrigerator
ANDERSON AND LOER
udget Tam 0' 90 'WS GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Same as Cash
COME SEE- -YOU SAVE
Open EVel'y NITE 'Til 9 440 W, IQWA STREET
HA 4-295 I
Women's Apparel Sfore
AT TWO LOCATIONS
LAWNDME CHARLES LEICH
Complimems of Wholesale Druggisfs
YOUR TRI-STATE Since I854
0 Holl and Korn Furnifure and Appliance Co. EVANSVH-LE' INDIANA
' Moufoux Aufo and Machine
' Tyson Tire and BaH'ery Service
' Trend Supply and Service Co.
' Finke Furnifure
"Fuzzy" Long, Bonnie Riney, Marina Murray. and Jack Coale enjoy a refreshing
Ice-Cold Coca-Cola from 'rhe
COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS
OF EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
927 Pennsylvania S+reeT
Business Maiors John Mereclifh and Jon Dekker discuss
wifh Personnel Direcfor Owen Hamilfon, InfersIa're's
newesf offices in Texas.
INTERSTATE FINANCE offers
an excellenf Managemenf Train-
ing Program wifh Iifefime ca-
reer opporfunifies in fhe field
of Consumer Financing.
Founded in I920 in Evans-
ville, Infersfafe now operafes
more fhan I25 offices in fwelve
COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES
General ancl Execufive Offices
BELL OFFICE SUPPLY
2I0 N. Sf. Joseph
Phone HA 2-I I66 '
PORTRAITS and WEDDINGS
I ! DIAL
HA 4-9I34 O
I7-B S. E. THIRD
"THE ACES PALACE"
The name of Thorp Consirucfion Company has become synonymous wifh Thai of
Evansville College. Piciured above is Roberis Municipal Sfadium. The Siadium has
broughi' much presiige 'l'o Evansville and many hours of exciiemeni' 'io Evansville
Thorp Consfruciion Co., Inc., is proud +o have a pari' in ihe clevelopmeni' of Evansville
College and hopes 'Thai' 'lhe building of 'ihese siruciures will con'I'ribu1'e io an even
higher degree of college unificafion and spirii' ihan now exisis.
THORP CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
WONDERFUL NEW ATMOSPHERE-SAME SUPERB FOOD
2207 U. S. 41 South
EVANSVILLE 14, INDIANA
looking when You LOOK Your Best
for the You DO Your Best
veryv Style Leaders in Wearing Apparel
for Men - Women - Boys
No greater value anywhere!
Sears Look for the "Sears Best"
best Sign fi qvdlifv WOUQHOU' DowNTowN LAWNDALE
IS your ears store.
best Satisfaction Guaranteed
I buy or Your Money Back 4,A.1.
in Downtown Evansville AIRY
Underwood Corporafion Producfs
Typewrifers Adding Machines
3I6 N. MAIN HA 4-3506
H 81 H
MUSIC SERVICE, I-NC
Conn and SeImar Band
A COMPLETE MUSIC SERVICE
I3I3 Washingfon Ave.
Across From Bosse High School
OuaIi+y TypeseH'ing Worlf
hday Be CDbserved
Each VVeek VVhen You
TYPESETTI NG CO.
40I N. W. Fodrfh
EV2llSVlll0 S Wai5312121z25z,iiXi,iOErz5a5
o and school needs during your long
school term . . .
. May we continue to
Congralulahons and Success
+o +he Class of '6I
and E.C.'s Under-Grads
The Sfore for Men and Boys
U N Sporfs-Town Shop for Women and Misses
ELECTRIC com PANY A STROUSE 8' BROS'
MAIN AT SECOND
Eighlh and Oak Sfreei' Evansville, Indiana
Evansville College Sludenls and Sfaff Find
WOODS DRUG STORE
A'l' Lincoln and Weinbach Headquariers for
PRESCRIPTIONS and ALL HEALTH NEEDS
K Thy Compfon and Wall Deal enioy The fine 'Food and friendly afmosphere ai' H. A. Woods Drug Slore
Dorcas Bierbaum. Marry Herihel. Dale Wise, Judi Kavanaugh. and Marv Prueii all agree Ihere is no
place finer 'I'l1an The . . .
THREE COINS RESTAURANT
24II HIGHWAY 4I NORTH
"Qualify and Service" Phone HA-2-7535
oura VERY BEST wlsl-:Es
THE JOAN SHOP
"BeI'ween Main and Sycamore"
23 N. W. Fourfh S+. Evansville, Indiana
HOSIERY - LINGERIE - SPORTSWEAR
Harding 81' Miller . . . Since I892
BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS
Na'I'ionaIIy Prominen'r Makes
AND SHEET MUSIC
in Ihe Tri-SI'a+e's Mos+ Compleie Selecfion
'Ulu' fvflyflzzir ' '
518-520 Mainigggfor J ,yuncdl
Sixteen Lanes of
II00 S. Weinbach Avenue
JIM GERHARDT, Prop.
Phone GR 7-5323
H I oFFsET SERVICE
Complete Line of Equipment and Supplies:
Duplicating Machines-Offset Presses-Cuflers
Offsel' Plafemalcers-Duponl' and
M Supplies-Photographic and
I Bindery Equipment
L ONE HUNDRED MADISON AVENUE EVANSVILLE. INDIANA
I PHONE HA 3-096I
T P H rson, Doug Wink, and Danny Shackleford enioy CornpIimen+s of
D bl Cl hl tk g b ki th pledge duties
awie ain a rea rom eir
DOUBLE-COLA AN ACES' BOOSTER
I 300 West Franklin
you want a photograph..
you want a fine photograph
and that's the only kind your official photographer takes!
Photograph Studio .--. Melldhlne
MEAD JOHNSON TERMINAL CORPORATION
1820 W. OHIO STREET
EVANSVILLE 2, INDIANA
Bes+ of Luck
in Your Fufure Endeavor
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PHONE a S. E F + S+ if.
HA 40830 Ev II Id
KELLOGG CO., INC.
SCHULTHEIS ' THE BRIDE
INSURANCE AGENCY . .
who selects her furnlshmgs for h
, first home from Finke's
X d , - 32 N. WEINBACH AVENUE "37 Steps 0'
' CALL en 7-5379 From MEIN ' Tifkbf- gy
on 7th I I ' fri'
The LinC Between the Students and the College
The College Book Store
' BOOKS ' STATIONERY
' SOUVENIRS ' PAPER BOOKS
' SUPPLIES ' SPORTSWEAR
' E. C. SENIOR RINGS
Emma J. Schreiber
EVANSVlLLE'S PROGRESSIVE HOSPITALS
Are All S+aHed by College Trained-People
WHO HAVE PERMANENT VOCATIONAL SATISFACTION
IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS:
Medical Records Libraries
ST MARYS HOSPITAL
walk WW ' l Locally Owned
4 l l ' Ol Z
"Grace Walker" Shoes for Women
"John C. RoberIs" Shoes 'For Men
"Kingsway" Shoes for Men and Boys
"Red Goose" Shoes for Children
LAWNDALE SHOPPING CENTER
WASHINGTON AT GREEN RIVER ROAD
81 COD, INC. INTER-FRATERNITY
Color Prinfers and Li+hographers
IO9 S. E. SECOND STREET
LEARN TO SERVE
Learning doesn'I' end wilh graduaiion from college. You have spenl I6 years Io
qualify yourself for a big opporfunify. Now you musl' Learn '+o Serve.
Your fufure service 'Io your employer, your communily and your fellow man will
deiermine 'Ihe value of 'Ihese years you have invesfed in an educalion.
HBRINGING BETTER SERVICE TO MORE PEOPLE"
. . . is Ihe objecfive se+ for 'Ihe Sou'I'hern Indiana Gas and Elec'Iric Company by Hs
8,530 owners and 'Iheir 730 employees.
By esfablishing a similar goal in your career, you can help make your educaiion pay
THE SOUTHERN INDIANA GAS
AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
We. of 'rhe Linc siaff, wani +o Thank Ihese persons who worked on
'rhis adverrising seciion
Martha Murray 'Judi Kavanaugh ' Donna Greenfield
A , E
325 Main SI'ree+ HA 56I I7
Men's, Women's and ChiIdren's Fine Shoes
EXPERT SHOE FITTERS 2I9 MAIN ST.
Phone HA 3-6473
Edztoris Note . .
"Not the end-not even the beginning of the end, but it is, perhaps,
the end of the Beginning."
This quotation from Winston Churchill best summarizes this book
and this year. To some of us this year will be the end of our formal
schooling and the beginning of our lives' career. To all of us this book
should help serve as a reminder of just a few of the wonderful times
that were spent at EC.
A book like this would be incomplete without expressing my thanks
to the many students and faculty members who have done so much to
make the 1961 LinC what it is. Each member of the staff made it his
business that this year's edition of the LinC would be better than ever
How could we miss having a good yearbook with a staff like this:
Harry's talent with a brush and a camerag Kathy's captions under pictures
in the Campus 'Life Section that had to be censored before the book went
to pressg Martha and Dave plowing through the senior picturesg Delbert
conscientiously picking up loose ends and taking over photographic co-
ordination, Judy Werneke always ready to help any way possibleg Mary
Ann's thoughtfulness and talent with words making her an asset to the
staff, Linda making sure that jack's picture was in the Greek Section and
jack following after so she would not forgetg Bonnie and Sharon trying
to find stray faculty members, Karen looking for the best side to photo-
graph the queensg Jack trying to get Linda's picture on the ROTC Section
and Linda following to make sure that he cloesg Judi, who calls herself
the hot little number from across the hallg Sally and Caroline fliclithj
always running around like the "Mad Hatter", Kenny who would not
trust our photographer to take the pictures in the Sport Sectiong and last
but not least Mr. Stewart, who has to defend this book with his job.
To each of you, Thank you.
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY
I "Thi WovId'l Bax' Yearbook: Arn Ylyluvmadeu
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