University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)
- Class of 1962
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The Evansville College seal
ville College students.
Within a circle,
found the doorway
ing seven lighted
which has a
the left is
section of the larger
and signifying the
Just beneath the
of the Ohio river, indicating the
special meaning to all Evans-
college and city, is
to right is as fol-
in economics de-
cultural and in-
outline of the bow bend
Editor. ........... Kathy Compton
Managing Editor ..... Gary Stampfli
Advisor ......... Mr. John H. Boyd
There is one mythology which is most deeply rooted in our world
today: the mythology of the Greeks. It existed as a religion Hve
hundred years before the birth of Christ. But from it and from the
life which produced it have come a great part of our language, our
ideas of beauty, and some of the most beautiful and poetic stories
ever dreamed or imagined. Hardly a day passes that you do not
hear or see something which remains to us from that ancient, beau-
tiful time. This is why we, the editors chose "To The Greeks" to
be our theme.
How often have you seen the figure of the winged god, Mercury,
or Hermes, as the Greeks called him, with wings on his feet and on
his hat, carrying a staH1, which is topped with wings and sur-
rounded by entwined serpents? This was the god as the Greeks
pictured him, swifter than thought, the messenger of the gods. To
this day hex is used as the insignia for many messenger services be-
cause his name stands as a symbol of speed and movement.
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Just as the name Aphrodite stands for love and beauty, we as-
sociate strength with Hercules and wisdom with Athena. If one
would take a look around, he could see the things which represent
the ancient Greeks.
The Greeks believed that the gods lived upon a mountain of
great height and beauty - Mount Olympus. There they dwelt
together in a community of light and pleasantnessg a society with
its own laws and hierarchy. This custom of the gods is represented
right on the Evansville College campus, where we form our own
little community with its laws and governing authority.
Throughout this book there are brief descriptions of these an-
cient Greek gods. They are no longer powerful in the minds of
men they are only names. Let us not worship them but let us be
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HEBE . . . GODDESS OF ETERNAL YOUTH
Hehe, daughter of Zeus and Hera, is known as the
"goddess of eternal youth." In the Greek mythology
this goddess typihed eternal youth and joyousness. She
was a comely maiden, with sparkling eyes and rounded
forni, ever smiling.
Hehe is symholie of the campus life at Evansville
College. As Hehe freed men from their honds and chains
of trihulation, our campus life helps free the students
from the strains of studies and exams.
The rites to Hehe were celebrated with unrestrained
merriment to keep the other gods free from their troubles.
This ties directly with our soeial life at Evansville Col-
lege, where we have dances, parties, and the friendship
of our fellow students to get more enjoyment out of our
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On this page are pictured the Union
Building, and the Library. These two build-
ings play an important part in the recrea-
tion and study activities of Evansville Col-
Rex DePriest and Don Hudson find Z1 game of chess relaxing before they
inust return to classes.
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Don Larson, freshman, was Called before iiKl1HQilT0O Courtfl His punish-
ment - Carry a sign around the Campus concemiiig the price of Coflec in
A rainy day does not dampen the spirit
of Evansville College students.
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One rarely stops to notice the
beauty that enhances our campus.
Evansville College has one of the
most picturesque surroundings in
this part of the mid-west.
We think these scenes will show
you what we mean.
Homecoming t i -
The Lambda Chi's took first place in the men's division with their dis-
play of a purple Ace launching a Leatherneak.
he Chi O's captured first place in lawn displays with
eir stork and the nameline "We're expecting a victoryf'
Ann Burton of Alpha Omlcron P1 Sorority was
the 1961 Homecoming Queen. In her court,
left to right, is Linda Watson, Dora Tsai, Shar-
on Crawford, Queen Ann, Diana Blackbum,
Peggy Suh, and Nancy Stofleth.
The biggest event at Evansville College each
year is Homecoming. The festivities this year
began with a bonfire in East Side Park, and
then was moved over to the Union for the
Queen election and pep dance. A tricycle race
was also held Friday night, with Sigma Phi
Epsilon pedaling to victory.
Saturday morning a series of Inter-Campus
events were held on the front lawn. There
was a tricycle race for women won by Alpha
Omicron Pi, and a pledge balloon throwing
contest, with the balloons filled with water.
The annual tug-of-war between the women
was won by Moore Hall.
The preparation for Homecoming takes a
lot of work for most of the people at E.C.
Lawn displays were put up by fifteen various
organizations, from Weinbach to Kentucky.
Lamda Chi Alpha and Chi Omega came in
first with their displays, while Kappa Pi, hon-
orary art fraternity, and Alpha Omicron Pi
came in a close second.
This was the high event of the day.
Other activities that were held
Saturday morning were the stilt
race won by the men's dorm, a
sack race won by the sophomores,
the tire race won by Hughes Hall
and the womenis drinking con-
After these contests were over,
there was a motorcade from the
campus to Bossc Field.
. . . and the day rolled on.
The Homecoming jinx was not
broken that afternoon and the
Purple Aces went down to defeat
by the score of 26-0, adminis-
tered by thc Leathernecks of
Halftime ceremonies gave EC.
their 1961 Homecoming Queen,
lovely Ann Burton of Alpha Omi-
The Jerry Lewis Orchestra pro-
vided the music for the anm1al
Homecoming dance Saturday
night in the Armory. This years
theme was Nl' image rosef,
The pause that refreshes . . .
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Nanvy Stofleth, Punky Pounds, Annabelle Grabhorn,
"Cookie" Dunn lead our school spirit.
Annette Tapley, and
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Dancing provides our halftime entertainment
Charlie Madden was drum major with majorette captain, Jeane McKenzie, Barbara Brown
and Barbara Thompson.
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Lambda Chis wait for their new fall
On September 23, 1961, Virginia Ahrens
was crowned Queen of the annual lce-
Frank Haskett, Don Hess, Chuck Leach, Doug Baskett, and
Tom Tuley do a bit of clowning for the cameraman while
taking notes between classes.
Mr. Edward Meredith, father of John Meredith, receives his trophy after being
named "Dad of the Year."
The All-Campus Slate swept 4 of
5 ofhces in the 1961-62 Student
Government Association in the spring
Ron Brown was elected President,
along with Torn Tuley - Vice-Presi-
dent, Bob Hunt - Treasurer, and
Carolyn XVilson f Delegate-at-Large,
all of the All-Campus Slate. Nora
Fisher was elected Secretary from the
PLPXCY SQAINTM STM!
VP Tom T
Georganne Knittle reigned
over thc l96l Mfay Day festivi-
ties. Awards were presented to
outstanding students in the vari-
ous departments, and Dr. Biol'-
lock was selected as the i'F21VOI'lll'
Profcssorf' After a picnic lunch,
the fraternities competed in nu-
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Typifying May Day . .
thc visitors, hats
HUGHES HALL, STANDING, l to r: J. Holmes, L. Mc-
Court, D. Dnhn, Wlilliams, L. Diehl, VVilson, J. Goen,
J Larson O C'1rri'1 C' Curtis T Taggart Gw n S
Allen, E. Wagner. SECOND ROW: Q. Blome, D. Zielin-
STANDING, l to rt C. Brown, L. Feldmcyer, P. Schneider,
R. Aekennan, W. Krause, L. Bender, S. Wallace, J. Bren-
ton, D. Bennett, R. Bennett, D. Sypolt, Bertelson, J
Karr, S. Ferry. SEATED: J. Hunter, L. Richert, W. Boul-
ski, B. Spurling, D. Armour, D. Andrews, K. MeAtee, R
Merideth, W. Goodman, L. Roberson, S. Ave, B. Todd
FIRST ROW: T. McCullough, E. Maquire, N. Bennett
M. Harrison, D. Bosse, L. Hornback.
tinghouse - Secretary, Treasurer, J. Meredith - Counse-
lor, B. Jones 7 President, M. Pruett -- Vice-President, A.
Wade, J. Miller, D. Cunningham.
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Danny, John, and Bob take time off to discuss the world situation?
Turn off the light!
Just one more hand
and then we will
There goes :mother whxte Shlfi
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The organizations on campus gave baskets of food to needy families as their Christmas gift
to the community.
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One of the reasons that Violaters are so few
Spring pledging found the SAE,s braving the Feb
ruary weather outside the auditorium.
The Sig Eps, under the direction of Phil Price, sang their
way to Hrst place in the Men's Division with the songs "Same
Trainw and 'LBattle Hymn of the Republicf'
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. under the direction of Tony Ouellette,
was runner up.
of Sandy Smith.
Phil Price and Mary Ellen Rauch receive
their trophies for a performance well
The Phi Muis walked off with both the Hrst place trophy in the W'omcn,s
Division and the Qver-All trophy for the best performance in any division
for the evening. Mary Ellen Rauch was their director.
The Chi O's were second in the Women's Division under the direction
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Thornton Patbv:-rg gobbled his way to victory in the faculty
watermellon eating Contest.
The AOPi's and ChiO's line up for the tricycle race.
Linda Campbell was
Lambda Chi Alpha
selected "Miss Watemielon Bust" at the
Watermelon Bust held at the chapter
Best Dressed Contest
Miss Kathy Rosborough won the
'iBest Dressed Girl" contest held
in February, Second place went
to Suzanne Walk and Mary Ann
Rothkopf was third.
Wlth these pretty gxrls who wants to watch the game?
Senator Homer Capeheart visited the Evansville College campus this
year and gave students an opportunity to ask him questions.
The "Twist" is everyway.
All in a day s work
This new Lambda Chi pledge is l'Brandy Chi." He
out-weighs and out-eats almost everyone in the
The progress of the Fine Arts Building is being
sized up by Kathy Compton and'Gary Starnpli.
HESTIA - GODDESS OF HEARTH
Hestia kept an eternal fire burning so there would always be a
meeting place for the gods. This Greek god was represented in
ancient Greece by an eternal burning flame, not by her statue. At
Evansville College she is represented by our McGurdy Memorial
As the name "union', implies, the building is a meeting place at
all times for college students. It is a building dedicated as a meet-
ing place for our student leaders and as a meeting place for social
and recreational groups.
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Some students enter in the Fall . . . And stay . .
And stay . . . To exit in the spring
The gallery Art exhibits attract many
students. Cultural displays of wide
variations are offered throughout the
The dining facilities are used by stu-
dents as well as many persons in the
students and guests use the Union
Building daily. The Union offers din-
ing, recreational, and meeting facili-
ties in pleasant, wcll cared for sur-
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Miss Judy Lockwood
Mary Ann Conaway
Mary Ann Conaway
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The Union Board is the governing body for all
activities that take place in the McCurdy Alumni
Memorial Union Building. Board Members are
elected annually 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.
Publicizing all Union events and
Union committee actions is the
main duty of the Publicity Com-
S E A T E D.' Ron Frankenberger
STANDING: A. Burton, H. MCDOI1-
ald, and C. Carstens.
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neys, Ladies' Day in the pool
room 3 all of these are provided
for the students by the Union
f...,,,? SEATED: A. Tapley. Stofleth.
STANDING: G. Bricker, C. Ed-
The Union House Committee is
in charge of the Browsing Room,
Activities Day, and taking the
building count. This committee
also decorates for Homecoming and
SEATED: C. Meyer, S. Smith.
STANDING: S. Shaw, F. Dormeier.
Promoting cultural events on
campus, such as the Clothesline
Art Sale, is the function of the
Union Fine Arts Committee. Jam
sessions, photo contests, and art
exhibits are sponsored by this
The Union Birthday Party is
one of the events sponsored by
the Social Committee. Others are
the Vesper Teas and The Union
STANDING: C. Umbach, D. Ferris.
SEATED: C. Applegate, J. Johnson,
SEATED: L. Emge, D. King, S.
Hadley, P. Gallagher.
The Union Finance Commit-
tee prepares an annual budget for
Union committees. They sell Vo-
cal Varieties and Musical Mad-
ness tickets, as well as mums for
SEATED: J. Tetrick, J. Hochstetler.
The Union Dance Committee
is responsible for record hops, the
Commencement dance, and Mus-
SEATED: G. Byers. STANDING: C.
Wilson, P. Langhorst, and A. Grab-
The Entertainment Committee
of the Union has charge of the
Christmas Party and Vocal Vari-
SEATED: J. DeToro, Robb.
The Union Personnel Commit-
tee supervises the Union Work-
shop in the fall, The Union
Board Elections, and Union Rec-
ognition Dinner in the spring.
Also this committee takes care of
the Union personnel records.
SEATED: D. Ellerbusch. STAND-
ING: B. Friar, M. A. Conaway, and
JOHN F. CARSON
MEMORIAL GREAT HALL
HASTINGS BROWSING ROOM
PRIVATE DINING ROOM
MEMORIAL MUSIC ROOM
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h Union Birthday Party
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enth birthday this year. Cake and
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E.C. students enjoy themselves after EC. - Wesleyan game.
LI n I 0 n It must be a Yankee Twist
Yankee casualty, Bob Worth, gets sympathy from cheer-
leader Annette Tapley.
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APHRODITE - GODDESS OF LOVE AND BEAUTY
Of all the goddesses of ancient mythology none was more widely
venerated than Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty. She was
the daughter of Zeus and was the most beautiful of all the Greek
goddesses. In Greece she had the powers over natural as well as
human beauty and she could grant or take away a woman's beauty.
The queens and sweethearts, that are elected to reign over cer-
tain festivities, represent the beauty at Evansville College as Aph-
rodite represented beauty in ancient Greece. These girls
were elected mainly because of their beauty, but also because of
their interest in the arts and surely because of their wisdom.
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Virginia Ahrens was crowned Icebreaker Queen
at the annual Icebreaker dance on September 23,
1961. She is a freshman and a member of Chi
Linda Campbell, Linda Branaman. Sandra
Phipps and Ma1'y' Ann Rothkopf. were members
of her court.
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Ann Burton was crowned queen at the annual Homecoming
Day festivities on October 28, 1961. She is a member of Alpha Omi-
cron Pi and senior class secretary.
Her court consisted of Nancy Stofleth, Chi Omegag Sharon Y
Crawford, Phi Mug Dora Tsai, Franklin Houseg Peggy Suh, Moore 'lrf"X
Hall 5 Diane Blackburn, Beta Sigma Omicrong and Linda VVatson,
Peggy Suh Linda W'atson
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Josette Adams was Crowned Basketball Queen on Janiiary 13,
1962. She is a sophomore and a mc-inlms-1' ol Chi Omega.
Members of her court were Peggy Lzinghorst, Alpha Omifron Pi:
Mary Ann Stahlberg, Phi Mtiz Billie Sue Stirn, Nloore Hall: Jody
Kimm, Beta Sigma Ornicrong Suzanne Himsel. Franklin House and
Linda Watson, Independent.
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Dixie Corn Lant was crowned Military Ball
Queen in March, 1961. She is a member of Chi
Omega, Icebreaker Queen in 1958 and a member
of Angel Flight, The entire ROTC and Arnold
Air Society of Evansville College chose Dixie as
Her court consisted of Nora Fisher and Linda
Waggoner of Chi Omega.
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Georgianne Knittle was crowned queen of the
May in May, 1961, She is a member of Chi
Omega and a secondary education major.
Her court consisted of Linda Perkins, Alpha
Omicron Pig June Bartlett, Beta Sigma Omicron
and Karen Brizius, Phi Mu.
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The Lzunbda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl is Nfary Ann Conaway,
a junior, who is a ineniber of AXA's social affiliate. Chi Orncga
The Crescent Girl is elected on the basis of hr-r beauty, poise,
and popularity with the Incn of Lambda Chi. Her duty is to serve
as hostess at Lgnnbda Chis social functions.
Rlcinbtvrs of Nfary Ann's court were Annette Tapley, Jeannie
Hull. Sandy Smith, and Linda Hays Kinkle.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Bliss liarluara Cfapin was clccitccl to be the Swvctliczirt of Sigma
Alplia Epsilon Frat:-miiy for tlir- year l95l-l962, The iumiilucrs of
SAE comiclm' loyalty and scrvifv to the fraternity and College the
most important points in Choosing tlivir Swc-ctlivart. Barbara. a
sophomore. was also Cliosou for lim-1' beauty, personality, and popu-
larity. Besides lx-ing lionorccl at the BAE Armual Spring Formal,
Barbara also rcccivccl the SAE swvctlicart pin.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon Chose Kliss Carol Day as their Sweetheart for
this yezir. Carol. Qt senior and a member of Phi Riu Sorority, was
chosen for her heauty. poise, popularity, and Contributions to the
Rleinhers of Carolis Court were Karen Harpe, Pain Dyer. Sunny
Gootlnizln. and Peggy Langhorst.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Tau Kappa Epsilon chose Bliss Blary Ann Seott for their Sweet-
heart. The rnen of the l111te1'nity Consider poise. hezuity. popularity,
:ind service to TKE when voting on their Sweetheart. BI2111' Ann
was given the traclitionzil sweetheart pin at the Red Carnation Ball.
'l'he nienihers ol Nlary Anirs Court were Judy Starkey Presley,
Carolyn Ziegler, Carolyn Schner, Blary Ann Sl21l1llJCI'Q', and Sharon
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Carol 1 Josette
Mary Ann S.
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GODDESSES OF SONG AND FINE ARTS 1
Originally, the Muses were unnamed goddesses who lived on Mt. "I i '
Olympus, the home of the gods. They entertained the other Greek -f.-.
gods and goddesses, each representing a specific part of the fine
One of the Muses' represents voice, as does the Evansville Col-
lege choir. Another goddess, carrying a flute, represents our instru-
mental music. There was a Muse for comedy and poetry which rep-
resents the speech and drama departments. The rest of the Muses
represented a certain type of song or drama.
S ' I A The Fine Arts Department at Evansville College is closely re
l j lated to the teachings of the arts by the Muses.
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The three Con-artists
Subtle . . . . David Shelton
Face ....... .... l lyron Ihle
Dol Common . . . Laurel Prokop
Dapper ........ Bill Davidson
Drugger ...,. Dennis Schneider
Loyewit .......... Greg Server
Sir Epicure llammon Jim Clark
Pertinax Surly .. John Adamson
Tribulation lllholesome ..,....
Ananias ...... Doug Sehuessler
Kastril ............ Jim Butler
Dame Pliant Rosemary Shireman
'The Alehemistf a comedy, re-
flects the medieval morality play
in its characters and foreshadows
of Cozners and gulls leon men
and their vietimsl.
Alchemy is a complex study in
symbology in which one legend
may simultaneously state Ntruthsu
about metals, men, and nature.
Prophecy of Drugger
Zuss and Nirkls-5 looking down on S.1mh and
God in heaven, Nifklfxs on "dL1r1g-heap
Tha- rasl tzxkus ll bow
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Ruth . . .
. Sam Smiley
. Paul Grabill
. Mary Koch
.. Gary Isaac
.. Sue Swope
. Mike Eakins
hir. Zuss and Nickles decide to put on their own interpretation of the
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story of Job.
The play, occurs in the interior
of a traveling circus. Two unemployed ac-
tors, one old. the other young f f B111 Zuss
and Nickles H- had been reduced to sell-
ing balloons and pop-:om in the circus
playing the Old Testament story of the
Dissatisfied with the interpretation of
the story. they make up their minds late
one evening to play it themselves as they
think it should be played. Nir. Zuss casts
himself as God. Nickles is cast as Satan.
The story, however, comes to life and
takes on the action itself with a present
day American interpretation.
The Godmask and the Satanrnask found in a
battered wardrobe speak the lines of the Bible
. . . Sadye Morgan
Angustias ,..... ......... C oco Ihle
Maria Josefa .
Amelia . . .
La Poncia . . .
. . . Joyce Johnson
. . . Eva Kinnaird
. . . . Sally Hadley
.. Victoria Karch
'lThe House of Bernarda Alban was presented by
the Evansville College Theatre on February l4,l5,l6,
and 17, under the direction of Paul Talley with
David Shelton as his assistant. The play is a study
of frustrated womanhood, for its characters
never reach maturity and was written by Federico
"The House of
The Evansville College Band is very versatile. Besides giving concerts here at EC. B d
and around the state, this band is also the marching band everyone sees at halftime a n
at the EC. football games. The band is directed by Mr. WVesley Shepard.
The climax of four years of hard work
for music students is their annual senior
recital. After weeks of practice, each stu-
dent must present a full recital before he
The Madrigal Singers under the direction of Lbs, selection of songs throughout the year for both the
lklargaret Shepard are Chosen for their voice quality College and Concert tOu1'S-
and general music ability. They present a varied
The Convert Choir under the direction of Mr. Wesley Shepard are Ohio. On campus, the Choir sings at Vcsper Services, convocations
noted for their excellent programs throughout Indiana, Illinois, and and Chapel programs.
The Philhzirinonic' String Quartct. Klr. Frcd Clmn. Mr. Ronald Hudson. was vynploycd by the Collcgf'
Nfrs. Ennna Anne Clcin. Kirs. Nanfy Hudson. and xIllSlC'Df'1JL11'IIT1CI1YOI1LlDL1l'T.IiIIlClJ2lSiS.
The Evansville Colin-gv Chmnber Orvhcstrn, clircwtc-cl by Mr. E. D. Tlioinpson. give-s studmits
an opportunity L0 vxpn-ss their musical talents.
Gene Niednagel has served as editor-in-chief
of the Crescent for' three terms. On his
shoulders rests the bulk of the work in putting
out the paper. He must see that the stories are
written and the deadlines met.
0F EVANSVILLE GULLEGE
Filling the position of managing editor were Temme Patterson,
winter quarter, and Peggy Langhorst, fall quarter. Their job
was to assign stories and read proofs.
As advertising and business manager of the Crescent, Judi
Kavanaugh had a big job.
Mr. John Boyd, as adviser of the Crescent, supervises the work
done on the paper.
A few members of the Crescent staff, Anneitta Moore,
Carole Carstens, Phil Potter, Jean Bohleber, and Doug
Baskett, take time out from their duties of writing
Caroline Wilson is one of the Byron Moellenkamp and Chuck Leach view a
Columnists of the paper. basketball game of the Aces.
Steve Sanford makes anet Walsh Carol Meyer and Stan Shaw dxscuss the Fine
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were swamped with work as can be
seen by looking through the year-
Judi Kavanaugh, advertising manager, draws
lay-outs when not having appointments with
Mr. Robert L. Osborne, head of the Art Depart-
ment criticizes the work of Ron Frankenberger.
Bob Worman works on his project for the art
Students have an opportunity to buy art work at the an
nual Clothesline Sale.
Carolyn Ziegler and Tom YVestfnll use their Creative ability in art Clzxss.
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David Matthiesen, engineer and disc jockey, is
looking over a script to be used on his show,
Under the direction of the station
manager, Jim Mosier, WEVC has ad-
vanced to a more well-rounded edu-
cational, public service, and musical
Members of the radio station staff are
SITTING, Phil Goldberg, Don Rakow,
David Matthiesen, Ron Siebers, Jack
Brevnton, STANDING are Ted Foster,
faculty advisor, Richard Frette, Jim
Mosier, and Richard Ingebrand.
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ARES - GOD OF WAR
Ares was worshipped as the leader of all wars and all of the
Greek warriors prayed to him before going into battle. It was be-
lieved in ancient Greece that the spear and shield, which Ares
carried with him, had fallen from heaven and therefore was very
powerful. The Greek men were trained as they thought Ares was
trained, so they would be able to win every encounter.
E. G. doesn,t have a Greek god to train its men, but they have a
much more powerful group in the Air Force R.O.T.G. This unit of
the Air Force trains our students to be leaders in the defense of our
country. Just as Ares led the Greeks to war and peace, so will the
men of the United States follow oflicers trained by the R.O.T.G. to
defend our country's peace.
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The Detachment Band
STANDING: Schwartz, J. Clark, J. Eskridge, J. Glezen, G. Heubschmann, D. Miller, W.
Minnis and Band Commander P. McLain, KNEELING: C. Geisler. L. Ashby, T. McCul-
lough, Kennedy, Rimstidt, Missing: D. Cassidy, W. Davidson, R. Brandenstcin, D. Eler-
SfSgt Ed LaChance
C!Capt Bill Blevins
The Angel Flight
STANDING: l to r - K. Sims, K. Compton, Risley, S. N. Fisher. FRONT ROW: K. Kraft, NI. Gossman. G. Sav
Cooper, B. Schrader, P. Langhorst, J. McKenzie, K. Kast- age, S. Smith, N. Niorris. Not present: Annabelle Grab
ning, S. Hayden, P. Carter. J. DeToro, B. Stirn. CENTER hom AF Commander, N. lViliams, G. Ahrens, R. Girton
ROW: J. Berry, Graul, S. Crofts, D. Blackbum, C. Hall,
The Arnold Air Society
STANDING l to r: M. Hatcher, G. Heubschmann, L. Op- G. Bricker, R. Engelbrecht, J. Lacefield, R. Albin, F.
perman. L. Nunn, S. Fischer, C. Simpson, D. Land, G. Bosse, L. Batch, D. Alvey, R. Raybum.
Reasor, N. Abemathy, G. Schulz, C. Rice. FRONT ROW:
Each year the Amold Air Society sponsors the mote the interests of the AFROTC and the USAF.
Military Ball. The Society admitted select sopho- Parties were held with the Angel Flight several times
mores this year for the first time in an effort to pro- during the year.
Major Victor P. Sinclair
Professor of Air Science
Captain Robert C. Ingram
Commandant of Cadets
ASI and II cadets
T!Sgt. Robert J. Prather
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Captain James H. Morgan
Instructor for AS III cadets
Captain William G. Waters
Instructor for AS IV cadets
TfSgt. Frank C. Emery
Major Sinclair recognized Flight D as the winner
of the Fall Drill Rodeo Contest. Cadet Captain
Larry Batch is the Flight Commander.
Captain Waters, Captain Ingram, and Major Sinclair con-
gratulate CfCol. Robert A. Engelbrecht, outgoing Group
Commander for fall quarter and incoming Group Com-
mander CfCol. Fred Bosse.
Among other activities this fall, the ROTC had a number of
drills and parade reviews. Taking part in parade review -
officers center are Cadet Majors Steve Heeger, Phil Price,
and Dick Albin.
Left to right, FIRST ROW - L. Halbig, C. Rice, meier, Rimstidt, W, Scott, D. Miller, C. Homback,
Weber, J. Saviola, C. Darvin. SECOND ROW 4 D. S. Slaton, R. Folz, Geisler.
Albin, G. Hambley, Blome, F. Bosse, H. Rosen-
Record: Wins 4 Loses I
Captain Waters points out a few interesting details concern-
ing parade review. For the first time this year, the Angel
Flight Oflicers were in the review stand. From left to right
- Capt. Waters, Kathy Compton, Deputy Commander,
Peggy Langhorst, IFO, Cindy Hall, Treasurer, and Sandy
Smith, Secretary. Not present - Annabelle Grabhorn, Com-
The Drill Team performs with perfection
CXM-Sgt John Saviola is helped into
the T-33 jet trainer by the pilot and
instructed on emergency procedures.
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MIDDLE ROW: Vogel Schenetzke, Donnelly Gentry, Jackson FRONT
ROW: Lisembee, Nunn, Sandefur, Wiseman C!Captain Max Hatcher was
DT Commander for Wlinter quarter. t h e 2 4 h
The pilot soon learned the line of
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ROTC flew to Barksdale AFB, a SAC base in Louisiana.
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We cheered for the Aces at the Homecoming game until we
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Zeus, the king of all Greek gods, and Hera, the queen of heaven,
were the leaders of the Greeks and are represented at Evansville
College by the fraternities and sororities which take the lead in cam-
Fraternity life makes leaders of followers, and men of boys. The
marriage of Zeus and Hera represents the lifelong bond acquired
and shared in Fraternity Life.
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Kecalling their pledge pictures in the scrapbook are the officers from left to right: Nancy
Beyer, Barbara Grote, Sandy Droll, Carolyn Lauer, and Nancy Riecken.
Another successful year began for the AOPi's when they
pledged 14 girls after formal rush. Very capable of leading
the chapter through a good year were Nancy Riecken, presi-
dent, Judy Graul, vice-president, Nancy Beyer, correspond-
ing secretary, Sandy Droll, recording secretary, and Carolyn
Lauer, treasurer, Other important girls to the chapter were
Carolyn VVils0n, rush chairman and social chairman, Kathy
Compton, panhellenic representative, Cara Lee Habegger,
standards chairman, Nita Sims, song leader and scholarship
chairman, Jeane McKenzie, philantrophic chairman, and
Ann Hillenbrand, historian.
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Homecoming was a happy time for the AOP's for their
Ann Burton was crowned queen and a second place trophy
was won for the lawn display. Carol lNIeyer and Nita Sims
were in charge of building the display. The pledges also won
first place in the tricycle race.
Conducting the business for the pledges were Judy Taylor,
president, Barbara Brown, vice-president and panhellenic
representative: Peggy Langhorst, secretary, and Barbara
Goerges, treasurer, AOPi's holding oflices in school organi-
zations are Judi Kavanaugh, S,G.A. Athletic Chairman, and
advertising manager for the Crescent and LinC, Kathy
Compton, treasurer of Panhellenic and vice-president of
Angel Flight, Judy Graul, Womenas Council secretary, and
Above: Did you say you had a class in T.V. re-
Right: Pledge trainer Judy Graul holds one of
the candles the pledges made for their money
making projects. The pledges working on the
candles are Malinda Sutherland, Judy Taylor,
and Peggy Langhorst.
Caroline Wlilson, S.G.A. delegate.
Class officers include Ann Burton, senior treasurer, Caro-
line Wlilson, junior treasurer, and Judy Graul, sophomore
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Left to Right: Ist ROW: Barbara Grote. Mary Helen Gossman. Ann Hillen-
brand, Carolyn XN'ilber. Judy Graul, Gayle Wilson. Carolyn lNICCullouQh. 2nd
ROW: Xlary Decker. Barbara Brown. Judi Kavanaugh. Ann Burton. Manda
Young. Carolyn Lauer. Barbara Coerges. 3rd, ROW: Nita Sims. Mary
Brown. Sharron Crofts. Nancy Beyer, Cara Lee Habegger. Carol Meyer. Judy
Taylor. 4th Row: jeane NIcKenzie, Sandra Droll, Caroline Wilson. Joy Hanl-tins.
Cynthia Clarke. Malinda Sutherland, Becky Brumfield. 5th ROW: Barbara
Matz, Janet Walsh. Diane Pfeifer. Nancy Riecken. Lee Wooden. Kathy Comp-
ton. Ann King. 6th ROW: Peggy Langhorst. Carole Carstens, Rfaureen
Beta Sigma Gmicron
Hurry! It's a man!
ill Looking over their scrapbook are the Beta ofhcers from left to right: anie Barnes
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of pledge training. From left: Joanne Stanley, Gloria Rob-
inson, and Cecil Townsend. KNEELING is Pam Goldsmith.
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After a busy rush season, the chapter gained 11 new girls. Elected
to lead the pledge class were Carol Applegate, president, Pam
Goldsmith, vice-president, Alice Chance, secretary, and Bonnie
Friar, treasurer. Other important positions held by the pledges were
Nancy Morris, Junior Panhellenic representative, Cecil Townsend,
editor, and Gloria Robinson, house manager. Wfhen open rush
started, Betas again pledged three girls.
Betas are proud of their five girls who were named to Who,s
Who. They are Martha Lockwood, Jody Kimm, Ninalea Savage,
Karen Thomas, Judy Mominee.
Many Betas participated in school functions and held offices.
Among these are Carol Umbach, vice-president of M.S.M., Jo-
anne Stanley, president of Sigma Alpha Iota Pledge Class, Nancy
Morris, president of Junior Panhellenic, Cindy Hall, treasurer of
Angel Flight, Janie Barnes, corresponding secretary of Newman
Club, and Martha Lockwood, chairman of Union Social Commit-
tee. Judy Williams was named Miss Student Nurse of Welborn
Holding social functions was part of an exciting year for the
Betas. In the Spring, a family night was held for parents, actives,
and pledges. The Motherls Club had the traditional party and
dessert for seniors. The last day of school, the Betas spent sunbath-
ing and picnicing for the final event with the graduates.
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From left to right: Ist ROW: Karen Thomas, Janet Berry, Pam ROW: Laurie Prokop, Rita Ficker, Martha Lockwood, Janie Barnes,
Goldsmith, Doris Ferris, Carol Ann Applegate, Judith Williams. 2nd Barbara Bottorff, Cecil Townsend. 5th ROW: Ninalea Savage,
ROIVJ Joyce McCulley, Joanne Stanley, Bonnie Friar, Carolyn Farr, Joycelyn Kimm, Betty Mitchell, Gloria Robinson, Nancy Morris, Judy
Kay Smith, Carol Bass. 3rd ROW: Cindy Hall, Diana Blackburn, Mominee,
Alice Chance, Carolyn Schnur, Carol Umbach, Kay Kraft. 4th
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Entertaining themselves around the piano are the Chi Omega officers from
left to right Ann O'Reilly, joy Saddler, Suzy Schaad, and Judy Johnson.
The Chi Epsilon Chapter of
Chi Omega began their year by
electing Suzy Schaad president,
Judy Johnson, vice-president, Joy
Saddler, secretary, and Anna
O'Reilly treasurer, Dixie Corn
Lant personnel, and Nora Fisher
Mary Ann Conaway was
named Crescent Girl, and Georg-
anne Knittle Hemmer was
elected lXIay Queen.
Last spring the chapter placed
first in llusical Bladness with
Nora Fisher winning best direc-
tor. Sara Van Scyoc conducted
the group to win Hrst in the
women's division of Vocal Varie-
Holding offices in campus or-
ganizations are Annette Tapley,
president of Panhellenic, Nora
Fisher, secretary of Student Gov-
ernment Association, and four
members of the Union Board.
Scholastically the chapter re-
ceived the Scholarship Trophy
at State Day,
Starting the fall with a bang,
the Chi O's pledge 19 girls with
Mary Ann Conaway receiving
credit for being rush chairman.
The pledge class sponsors are:
First Sponsor Elizabeth VVeiss,
Second Sponsor Barb Thompson.
and Third Sponsor Susie Graul.
At Homecoming time, the Chi
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division of the displays. Sally
Hadley was chairman of the dis-
Named to XVho's lVho are
Suzie Schaad, Judy F. Johnson,
Nora Fisher, and Mary Ann
Getting punished by pledge trainer Nora Fisher for stealing the trophies are pledges Tammy
Young, Barbara Thompson, Linda Branaman, and Carolyn Graul.
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2nd ROW: Shafer, T. Young, R. Terry, N. Stofleth. L.
Witherspoon. 4th ROW: K. Sims. S. Bentley. J. Hull, B.
Morlock. 5th ROW: C. Graul, V. Ahrens, Sacldler, K.
away. 31d ROW: L. Campbell, A. Tapley. J. Adams.
Johnson. 6th ROW: S. Walk, N. Fox, D. 'iCorn" Lant,
B. Thompson. 7th ROW: S. Smith, S. Chapman.
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Waggener, L. Branaman, M. Con-
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Vickery, C. Fraker, S. Schaad, V.
Rinckle, J. DeToro. G. Graper,
J. Palmer, M. Guiney. S. Savage.
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Getting together before their meeting are the Phi Mu officers. From left to right, they are
Mary Ellen Rauch, Carol Day, Gail Savage, and Mary Ann Stahlberg.
YVith new oflicers in reign, Phi Mu looked forward to rush
and prospective rushees. Leading the group were Mary Ann
Stahlberg, president, Carol Day, vice-president, Gail Savage,
treasurer, Mary Ellen Rauch, secretary, and Annabelle Grab-
horn, pledge trainer. In charge of rush was Susie Geier.
She and the other actives gladly welcomed 12 new faces on
pledge day. A slumber party was held for the pledges in the
Sig Ep house.
Elected to head the pledge group were Judy Innis, presi-
dent, Judy Price, vice-presidentg Barbara Slaughter, secretary,
and Barbara Andrews, treasurer. This group was proud of the
three new pledges taken in open rush. They were Kathy Ros-
borough, Carol Daniel, and Carolyn Boyd.
This new course is really great!
Homecoming brought on many exciting activities and hard
work, with Sharon Crawford being in charge of the display
and also the candidate for queen. A few weeks later, Phi Mu's
gladly claimed Susie Geier for Miss United Fund.
Christmas holidays meant the annual house cleaning party
and tree trimming party with the Sig Eps. Phi Mu presented
a silver dish to the men to show their appreciation of the
successful afhliation with Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Phi Mu placed three girls in class oHices during the class
elections. Elected were Sandy Bates, sophomore treasurer,
Gail Savage, junior secretary, and Carol Day, senior secre-
tary. Mary Ann Stahlberg was chosen president of YN'omen's
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From left to right: Ist ROW: Sharon Scheller. Jackie Ferguson, Gail
Savage, Pat Sirkle, Pat Gist, Sharon Crawford. 2nd ROW: Bennie
Foster, Shannon Dutton, Linda Kerby, Mary Ann Stahlberg, Rosie
Dauby, Connie Turner. 3rd ROW: Susan Geier, Barbara Slaughter,
Barbara Andrews, Sandra Bates: Nancy Colby, Nancy Bowers. 4th
ROW: Donna Walton, Judy Price, Annabelle Grabhorn, Nancy
Drompp, Kathy Rosborough, Carol Sanders. 5th ROW: Margaret
Grimm, Gretchen Persons, Nancy Williams, Vicki Jaquess, Judy
Innis, Jackie Thompson. 6th ROW: Bonnie Schrader, Carol Daniel,
Barbara Kirsch, Kay Koob, Sharon Tapley, Janet Williams.
Standing outside the Lambda Chi fraternity house are the oflicers from left to
right Ron Tepool, Delbert Pace, Steve Sanford, and David Koehler.
Lambda Chi Alpha
Lambda Chi Alpha had a very productive and successful
school year under the leadership of David Koehler. presidentg
Delbert Pace. vice-president: Steve Sanford, secretary, and
Ron Tepool. treasurer. Other top officers were Mike Sims,
pledge trainer: Bob Blemker. rush chairman: Joe Rohleder,
ritualist: Greg Server. social chairman. and Charles Hern-
don. faculty advisor.
The Chi's started the year off by having an all-campus
watermelon bust. Linda Campbell was chosen the watermelon
bust queen. Contest, dancing. and entertainment were the
main activities for this event.
Fall rush was again successful giving the fraternity 17 new
men. During the homecoming weekend. the Lambda Chis
won the men's division of the lawn displays competition. Phi
Zetas. Lambda Chi alumni. were present for the Phi Zeta
The winter and spring formal, Sadie Hawkins Dance, and
open house parties were highlights of this years social activi-
ties. The Crescent girl for the 1961-1962 school year was
Mary Ann Conaway. Honored at the spring formal were Jim
Sanders for outstanding senior, Ken School for outstanding
pledge, and Clifford Kraft for outstanding alumnus.
Numerous awards were given to the men of Lambda Chi.
Pledge Gary Edward was elected freshman president and Del-
bert Pace junior vice-president. Ron Tepool was named to
lVho's lVho and also received most valuable player on Ace's
football team, the Kiwanis Award winner. and all I.C.C. con-
ference end. John Meredith was named outstanding lineman
of the 1.C.C. and David Koehler received the Central Tur-
ner's scholarship based on scholarship and athletic achieve-
ment. Joe Rohleder won the Mr. United Fund contest.
"Maybe I missed my calling by coming to college."
Getting ready to clean the actives' shoes are pledges from left
to right George Porch, Dave Little, and Barry Gilland.
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Wink. R. Tepool, G. Powell, S. Sanford. ROW 2: W. Canup, R
Stegmaier. S. I-leger. E. Bartlett. G. Stampiii. W'althall, J. Kinkel.
J. lklurphy. R. Frette. ROW 3: D. Kennedy, R. Smith. P. Nufler
C. Hills. XN'ehher, W'right. F. Dormeier. S. O,Hanian. Egnew.
ROW 4: C. Schulz. D. Koehler. M. Barth. NI. Gerard. L. Batch, J.
Kammon. J. VanFossan. D, Sharkelford, Rea. ROH7 5: Wer-
ner. B. Blemker. J. Allender, C. Otte. Meredith. G. Server. WN
Meier. S. Aufderhar. Rohleder. ROW 6: C. Conterrnan. G.
Porch, A. Koester, D. Zielinski. G. Edwards. N. Abernathy. B. Frey-
Inuth. B. Gilland. D. Little. ROW 7: K. Scholl. T. Patterson. XY.
Heller. M. Marsh. D. Hudson. D. Johnson. R. Deljriest. T. Boni-
fielcl, R. Brown. ROW 8: D. Land. D. Pace. T. Williams. l.. Junker.
J. Kelly. C. Herdel. B. Baumann. C. Herndon. Mrs. Thum - House
This year's top officers are from left to right Larry Pond, Bob Engelbrecht, Bill Toy, and Lew
The 1961-62 school year has been another outstanding one for the men at
Indiana Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The Sig Alphs, who celebrated
their fourth anniversary on the E.C. campus on Dec. 7, has leaders in nearly all
phases of campus life.
Heading the list of campus leaders was senior Tom Tuley, who is a past presi-
dent of the fraternity, was president of the senior class, and vice-president of the
Student Government Association. During class elections in the fall, Gary Seiler
was elected vice-president of the sophomore class and Paul Utley won the ofhce
of president of the junior class.
The chapter - 61-members strong - also had other leaders and big events to
keep it in the limelight of campus affairs. Bob Engelbrecht was the top cadet in
AFROTC during the fall quarter, serving as commanding oflicer. Later inthe year,
both Tuley and Engelbrecht were named to VVho,s VVho.
Larry Pond co-ordinated college intramural athletic activities, heading the Stu-
dent Government Athletic Committee and serving on the Student Senate. Frater-
nity president Bill Toy also held the job of president of Inter-Fraternity Council
during the Hrst half of the school year.
In athletics, the chapter also had some outstanding competitors. Danny Phil-
lips, an end of the Aces football squad, led the Indiana Collegiate, Conference in
punting for the second year in a row. ,lim Horstketter and Ron Magness also saw
considerable action in football. Marty Herthel, Paul Utley, Lynn Mautz were
round ball players. The SAE's were making a strong big for the All-Sports Trophy
when the LinC went to press. They took Hrst place in football and cross-country,
and were doing fine in basketball.
In March the chapter presents its SAE-Philo Blackouts with Don Hess as the
Below: Come on out pledges, you can,t hide during "help',
Below: Pledges cleaning out the fire place
are Dale Miller, Ron Magness, Jack Ken-
nedy, and Tom Thiel.
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Smith. T. Tulvy. B. Toy. 2nd ROW: R. Titzcr. D. Daugherty. G.
Byers. L. Mautz. R. Freeman. Mentzcl. L. WN'illiz1ms. ll. Horstketter.
3rd ROH7: S. Kfudd. T. Thiel, B. Liscinlmv. Kvnncdy. Bru-
baker, D. Miller, B. Brazelton. YV. Cole. -Hh ROW: R. Karvh. B.
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R. Tubbs. D. Baskctt. D. Shagaloff. G. Sciler. R. Magncss, KI. Barn
mer. M. Walters, M. Andrews. 71h ROW: B. Dodge. XV. Ward. L.
Schwering. M. Hcrthel. B. Jones. C. Young. P. Utlcy. M. Paco.
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Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon completed its 7th successful year
as the first National social fraternity on this campus.
Leading the chapter was Charlie Hayse, president,
Larry Hockstetler, vice-president, Gene Bricker, secretary,
Jim Rogers, comptroller, and Max Hockstetler, historian.
VVinning trophies was part of the big year. Sig Epis
placed first in Vocal Varieties, second in Musical Mad-
ness, and first in the tricycle race Homecoming.
Many Sig Eps contribute to other campus organiza-
tions. Ron Brown served as president of Student Govern-
ment Associationg Ron TenBarge, homecoming chair-
man, Jerry Hockstetl, chairman Hnance committee and
member union Board, Chester Mayfiower, chairman of
welfare committee and national treasurer of Kappa Chi,
Bill Balsbaugh, president of choir, and Jim Lewis, treas-
urer of Phi Mu Alpha.
Elected to class officers were Carl Schroder, senior
vice-president, and Dick Inglebrand, sophomore presi-
dent. Gene Niednagle was editor of the Crescent and
served as president of Cantibury Association. Gene Bric-
ker was a Crescent staff member and on the R.O.T.C.
group staff. Norman Long held the office of president in
Sig Eps are active in the community as well as on
campus. This year, they will again help with the annual
Heart Fund Drive.
The fraternity house had the addition of new closets
and new curtains, provided by the Mother and Wlivcs
Club. The interior was brightened up with a new paint
Alan Savage, social chairman, saw to it that the broth-
ers had plenty of social functions. There were several
combo parties, theme parties, such as the Dog Patch
Drag, and the Stone Age Stomp, and the annual spring
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Huebschmann, Brenton, B. Mazzier. 2nd ROW: B. Faul, G. Beau-
lieu. C. Powers, A. Savage, Rodgers, G. Sitzman, R. Berridge, J
Adamson. 3rd ROW: D. Meyers, R. Nance, L. Hochstetler, T.
Hochstetler. L. Stephenson, D. Breidenbach, J. Gadau, D. Gann.
4th ROW: B. Georgeson, N. Long, G. Morris, D. White, Harrel
son, W. Kerney, R. Kaetzel, Lewis. 5th ROW: D. Ingehrand, C
Schroeder, E. Diekmann. K. Clark, M. Kelly, E. Nic-dnagel,
Hochstetler, R. TenBarge. 6th ROW: R. Brown. L. Keller. C. May-
flower, Lawson, C. Hayse. G. Bricker, Hall. R. Bonds. 71h
ROW: B. Longtine, M. Schroer, K. Ellis, W. Ellcrbusfh. J. Kimm,
D. Biggs, YV. Balshaugh, R. Lehrnkuhl. Sth ROW: B. Stock. J.
Bauer, Kidwell. D. Schaefer, S. Morris.
Standing around their trophy case are the officers from left to right Ronald Ruminer,
Brian Presley, Don Hayes, and Roger Gooclson.
Leading the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity through another
K-I 7 year were Brian Presley, president, Donn Hayes, vice-president,
Ron Ruminer, secretary, Roger Goodson, treasurer, Ken Flittner,
historian, and Mark Campbell, pledge trainer.
This year an extensive house remodeling program was put into
operation. The house has been repainted both inside and out.
The furniture has been replaced and new carpeting put in the
CN gn living room. The fall pledge tiled the upstairs and downstairs
11 halls of the house. Meals are now being served for those members
living in the house.
In charge of Vocal Varieties and Musical Madness for the
TKE's was Charles Jones. Pledge Bob Swartz won the HUgly Man"
contest held at the United Fund carnival and dance.
Mark Campbell was the lucky person to be in charge of the
homecoming display in front of the house this year.
The Red Carnation Ball was held at the Evansville Country
Club once again. The TKE's were fortunate in having the na-
tional executive secretary speak at the annual Founderis Day Ban-
quet which was held at the West Haven Gun Club.
TKE pledges, l to r, Jack Wright, Bob Schwartz, Stan Weinstock.
"Hurray, he's herel'
From Left to Right: Ist ROPV: Mike Loewen, John Wright, Ronald Ruminer, Warner
Brizius, Charles jones. 2nd ROW: Brian Presley, Lee Ernge. Stanley VVcinstoCk, Mark Camp-
bell, Russell Roth. 3rd ROW: Steve Walton, Donald Paul. Robert Hardesty, Bill Davidson.
Robert Schwartz. 4th ROW: Dennis Schneider, Roger VonGoodson, Donald Hayes, Edward
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GODDESS OF ETERNAL LAYV AND ORDER
Themis was the servant or companion of Zeus and her chief
responsibility was to summon the assemblies of both gods and
men. She assisted Zeus with advice and she helped organize
all the work and recreation for the Greek gods.
just as Themis organized the work and recreation on Mount
Olympus, the organizations on the Evansville College campus are
responsible for the most of the activities throughout the school
year. just as Themis provided the etemal law and order of the
Greek gods, the Evansville College Student Government is respon-
sible for the law and order of its students.
These organizations provide a sense of leadership to the students
and help the students with their advice as Themis helped Zeus.
- Fran Wahler
Pres. - Vivian Morlock
Treas. - Annette Tapley
This is the first year that Alpha Lambda Delta,
scholastic fraternity for freshman women has been
found on Evansville College campus. Originally
this organization had been known as Alpha Phi
Mu. The first part of this year the organization
became a national fraternity known as Alpha
Sec. - Margaret Grimm
Gamma Delta is a
social organization for
through which they
become orientated for
Officers for Gamma
Delta are from left to
right: Karen Horiuchi,
secretaryg Betty Calcer-
ano, presidentg Billie
and Pat Mitchell, treas-
Kappa Pi, the National Honorary Art Fraternity, won second place in
the Homecoming Display Contest. Pictured above is their display.
Offirers of Kappi Pi are SEATED: Anna O'Reilly, secretaryg Ronnie
Frankenburger, president: STANDING: Jerry Points, treasurerg Mr.
Osborn, sponsorg and Bob Worman, vice-president,
Pi Delta Epsilon
Pi Delta Epsilon, national journalism fraternity, is for students who
this fraternity are SEATED left to right: S. Hadley. S. Tapley, P.
Langhorst. C. lN'ilson, B. Grotte, L. Ayers. SECOND ROIV:
have worked at least one year on a school publication. Nfembers
Pond. J. Kavanuagh, K. Compton, C. Leach, N. Sims. A. Tapley, B.
McGregor, M. Conaway. L. Scott. THIRD: J. Kinkel, N. Patton, T.
Patterson, R. Rowland. G. Ncidnagel. YY. Shipley, S. Evans. G.
Bricker, FOURTH ROIV: R. Olmsted, B. Moehlencamp, and D.
Athletic Committee is concerned with the running of
all intramural athletics, pep assemblies, and the selection of cheer-
leaders. Co-chairman of this committee are Judi Kavanaugh and
This SGA Committee sponsors the Ice-breaker Dance and the
crowning of the Basketball Queen. Members of this committee
are: J. Graul, S. Crofts, S. Geier. BACK ROW, l to r: R.
Frankenberger, R. Lemkuhl, Points.
The SGA Welfare Committee serves to investigate and
consider applications for appropriations from the Stu-
dent Relief Fund. Recommendations are then made
to the Administrative Board.. Members are Bob Long-
tine, Lee Wooden, and Chester Mayflower, chairman,
who is not pictured.
STANDING, left to right: Dave Koehler, Susan Schaad, Sharon Frohbieter, and Ron
Brown. Not pictured are Donna Hagedorn and Karen Thomas.
Campus Notables, chosen from the Senior Class, rare students having demon-
strated outstanding leadership in one activity and having maintained at least a
3.0 average for the four quarters preceding selection. These students are selected
by the faculty from a list of nominees chosen by a student-faculty committee.
Also chosen from the Senior Class by the faculty and this committee are the
Campus Leaders. A Campus Leader shall have demonstrated leadership qualities
as a member of various organizations and maintained a 2.5 average during the four
quarters proceeding selection.
As of LinC publication, these students had not been announced.
Publications Committee of SGA has
general supervision of the college publi-
cations and is responsible for the editors
and business managers.
SEATED left to right Don Follett Arthur Wardelman Dr Orville Jaebker, John Boyd.
STANDING D Gann P Langhorst K Compton M A Conaway, C. Umbach, and G.
Canterbury Club Kappa hi
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Kappa Chi is a ministerial fraternity for those men and women planning
to enter full-time Christian service. Left to right: Brooks Harding, presi-
dentg Jim Butler, veepg Sandra Hamblen, secretaryg Linda Bowers, treas-
STANDING from left to right: Gene Neidnagel, president, Don Smith,
vice president, Donna Walton, secretary.
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Circle "K" is an organization for
young college men who want to know
about Evansville. The members also
sec first hand how the local Kiwanis
Club operates. Officers from left to
right: K. Scholl, secretary: Jerry
Rhinehart, presidentg Allender, vice-
Association for Childhood
Education is the organiza-
tion for all elementary
education majors. lt is part
of the Future Teachers of
America organization. Of-
ficers are from left to right:
Jackie Tetrick, Publicity:
Nancy Pickett, Secretary:
Janice Kraft. President 1
Dave Ellerbush, Treasurer.
Not pictured is Carol Um-
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Franklin House is the new
living quarter on campus
for women. Officers are:
SEATED from left to rightg
S. Himsel, wing representa-
tiveg C. Havens, Wing rep.g
S. Morgan, Historian.
STANDING: M. Scott,
presidentg S. Beanblossom,
Secretaryg M. Sampson,
vice-president. Not pictured
J. Johnson, treasurer.
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Hughes Hall is one of the housing quarters on campus for men.
SEATED is Mrs. Irene Ogden, Head Residentg STANDING
from left to right are: John Robb, vice-presidentg Bob Hunt,
presidentg and John Fulling, secretary-treasurer.
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Jr. Panhellenic is composed of representatives from each of
the four sororities. Oflicers are, left to rightg Barbara Brown,
social chairman: Judy lnnis, secretary-treasurerg and Nancy
Sr. Panhellenic is composed
' f'....r 1 of the president and the
of each of the sororities.
STANDING from left to
rightg M. A. Stahlberg, M.
Lockwood. SEATED are S.
Crofts, K. Compton -Q
treasurer, S. Geier, vice-
secretary, and M. A Cona-
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president, Dr. V. Grabill -
advisor, D. Blackburn -
SGA Homecomin Committee
Homecoming Committee, sponsored by
SCA, is composed of various committee
chairmen. These chairmen have charge of
all Homecoming activities, including the
campus display, bonhre. tricycle race, tug-
of-war and the Homecoming dance. Blem-
bers of this committee are: A. Burton, R.
TenBarge, M. Scott, D. Widick, M. Samp-
son, G. Server, S. Savage, S. Bates, and R.
Karsch. Ann Barton and Ron TenBarge
were to-chairmen of this committee.
The purpose of the Ncxnnan Club
is to provide religious, educational,
and social activities for Catholic
students on other than Catholic
school campuses. By such a program,
a student is able to increase his
knowledge of the Catholic faith.
STANDING from left to right: Bob
Draim, Mary Jo Wirthwein, Bill Me-
Guire, Father Robert Woerdcman, Char-
lotte Stoltz, and Jane Barnes.
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The SCA Committee on Fine Arts studies
and recommends plans and projects for the
cultural advancement of our college life in
' music and drama and the equipping of
buildings with works of art, Members of this
committee are: Mr, Robert Osborn, faculty
sponsor, V. Morlock. Bill Kearny, chair-
man, and Carolyn YVeller.
Ofliccrs for INCA this year are: FIRST
ROW, left to right, Jackie Totrick, sec-
rctaryg Noah Shouse, treasurerg Ed
Sclmautz, president. STANDING are two
mt-mluvrs of INCA, Tom YVcstfall and
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Tlic lmlc-pcfiiclvnt Campus Association
is in its filitli yvtii' on the Campus. INCA,
as it is cxillvtl. pzirtivipzitccl in varioiis
school functions tliis ycar.
During llcmiiiwoiiiiiig. tlio lNCA's
sponsorvcl 11 clisplziy and 21 cziucliclzltc for
Homvvomiiig Que-t-11. Tliey also spoiisorccl
a czmcliclatc for llziskotball Queen.
INCA is foiiuclvcl to cricotirzigt' iiiclci-
peudent stiiclvuts to participate in cum-
FIRST ICOIV. lvft to right: Rf. iloliiisoii. Cl.
Sflfieclc. C. Bom-. l,. Siisott. Xi. Pmiloy, SITC-
OND ROUY E. St'li1m11t7. Trtrirk. S. Doi'-
mey. TIIIRD ICUIV: ll, Daniels. T. lY0s1fnll.
FOURTH ICUIVJ N. Sliouse. D. Scliwcikni-ili
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The SGA Religious Life Committee guides religious activities, including
the Campus Conference on Christian Living, the Vesper Services, and
Chapel Services. Members are, 1 to r: Dr. Mavis, K. Seiffert, D. Frctte,
B. Harding, G. Niednagel, Williams, B. McGuire, Mr. Rapp, and Dr.
IFC creates better relations among fraternities. The primary duty of the
council is the formulation of rush rules and policies. Interfraternity ac-
tivities are sponsored by this group. SEATED, 1 to r: S. Sanford, Neff,
D. Shagaloff, M. Campbell, D. Hayse, B. Toy - President, B. Bonds,
C. Schroeder, R. Berridge, M. Gerard, and D. Kanady.
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The Debate Club develops skill in intelligent, effective, and
responsible speaking in a free society. Members of the Debate
Club are SEATED, left to right: Chester Mayflower. Barbara
Main, Bill Davidson, Kenneth Sanders. and C. Y. Allen.
' Wom n's Coun il
Women's Council is in charge of lVomen's Recognition Dinner
each spring. It also sponsors Gamma Delta. Oflieers are M A
Stahlberg, presidentg J. Graul, secretary, Not pictured are J
Kimm, treasurer and S, Sehaad, veep.
The Nurses Association is the governing body
for the Department of Nursing at Evansville
College. They enforce rules at the Nurses
Dorm. Carol Anpelgate, vice-presidentg Joyce
Johnson, treasurerg Bonnie Schroeder, secre-
tary. The President, Shiron Sehuessler is not
Student Christian Association
is afhliated with the YYVCA and
YMCA. It provides weekly wor-
ship services on an interracial and
Officers of SCA are: Noah Shouse.
Pulnlirityg Nunry Albin, Treasurer:
Jerry Bertelsen, President: Rosemary
Shirernzm, vice-president :ind Deanna
The olmjeet of the Rfethodist
Student lNIox't-inent is the intel-
lectual. inorul. and religious care
and instruction of young people
who are students in the commu-
nity, especially those who are ad-
herents of the lNIethodist Church.
SEATED. left to right: Sue Tro-
villion. secretary: Dick Frette, treas-
urer: Barbara lNIartin. vice-president,
Carol Appelgate. president is not
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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a IIICIIS fra-
ternity dedicated to the advancement of
music in America. The organization, of
which Jim Miller is president. is known
to the campus chiefly through the per-
formances of its dance band. In addition.
the fraternity sponsors recitals a.nd en-
deavors to contribute in any way it can to
the musical life of the campus and the
Officers are: Jim Miller. president: Gordon
VVerremeyer. vice-president: Larry Feldmeyer.
secretary: -lim Lewis, treasurer: Steven John-
ston, alumnae secretary. STANDING from left
to right. Don Campbell, historianq Clifff Mer-
rick, warden: and Vern Rager, chaplain.
Sigma Alpha Iota is a national pro-
fessional fraternity for women in
music, Its purpose is to form chapters
of music students who will uphold the
highest ideals of a music education.
Monthly' musicales, publishing of a
yearbook, and the promotion of na-
tional projccts are zunong the obliga-
Ofhccrs arc: J. Wolter, editorg B. Foster,
Chaplaing M. Boyd, presidentg Genevieve
Crane, corresponding secretary and M.
Munclell, vice-president. Not pictured are
A. Howe, recording secretaryg Deana Self,
treasurer: and Ruth Niehaus, sergeant at
Phi Iph y
The Chemistry Club promotes interest in chemistry on the E.C. Campus.
Some of their activities include taking Field trips to surrounding areas, partici-
pating in the Homecoming Display Contest, assisting with the Science Fair and
the chemistry testing program.
BACK ROW, left to right: Dr. Kinsey. P. Barnett, F, Hopf, D. Berges, B. Barnes, R
Hardesty, E. Folz, and Dr. Weller. FIRST ROW: D. Knaap, Allan Campbell - veep
Marygayle Oskins - Sec-Treas., Arthur Kushner - President, and Hisker.
The purpose of the Engineer-
ing Club of Evansville College
shall be to stimulate the interest
of engineering students in the en-
gineering profession and to
broaden their understanding of
the opportunities in various fields
of engineering. Sponsoring the
Annual Engineering Picnic and
touring plants of major interest
in the Tri-State area are included
in the activities.
Alpha Psi Omega is a national
honorary fraternity for those in-
terested in dramatics. To become
a member, one must have con-
tributed IOU or more hours in
L to R: Eva Kinnaird, president, and
Sally Hadley, secretary. Not pictured
is Janet Patton, veep.
President Ron Brown enforces the Constitution. presides
over SGA meetings and Student Senate meetings. and ap-
points eornmittees not provided for. Ron is a senior major-
ing in pre-med. and is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
The Student Government As-
sociation gives students the op-
portunity to participate in the
life and work of Evansville Col-
lege. It enables the student body,
as a group, to eo-operate with
the Faeulty as a group.
Tom Tuley, vice-president, as-
sists the president in his duties
and presides in his absence. Tom
is a senior majoring in English
and is past president of Sigma
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Secretary Nora Fisliefs joh is to take minutes
in SGA Aclministrzxtivc- Board and Student Senate
meetings. A member of Chi CUIIIPQZI, Nora is 21
junior majoring in English.
Delegate-at-large is Caroline Wilson. Sho is in
charge of public rc-lations for the Student Senate,
Achninistrativo Board, and SGA. Carolina' is Z1
member of Alpha Omicron Pi and a junior major-
ing in speech.
Bob Hunt svrws as treasurer of SGA. His duly
is to lx- in clmrqe of Finances under rules estab-
lished hy the Aclu1inist1':1tix'c- Board ol' the Student
Faculty Aduiinistrution. President of the mens
dorm. Roh is 21jLlI1lOI'II1L1j01'lHQ'lI1PII'-l21XN'.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Tom Tuley, Ron
Brown, Caroline Wlilson, SECOND ROW:
Bob Hunt. Nora Fisher, Mary Ann Cona-
way, THIRD ROW: Ronnie Frankenberger,
Richard Freddie, Bill Kerncy. FOURTH
ROl1".' Judi Kavanaugh, and Chester May'-
SEATED left to right: Annette Tapley, Janice Kleitz, Susie
Srhaad, Sally Hadley, Nancy Riecken, Mary Ann Stahlberg,
and Mary Ann Scott. STANDING: Lowell Scott, Bill Toy, Ron
Thomas, John Helmbock, Byron Moellenkamp, Tom Tuley,
Ron Brown, Bob Hunt, Bryan Presley, Ronnie Frankenberger,
Dave Koehler, Charles Hayse. Not pictured are Nora. Fisher
and Caroline Wlilson.
SEATED around the table from left to right: Dr. Robert
Thompson, Tom Tuley, Bob Hunt, Nora Fisher, Dr. Edgar NIC-
Kown, Ron Brown, Caroline Wlilson, Dr. James Morlock, and
Dr. Virginia Grabill.
HECATE 3 GODDESS OF DIVINE POWER
Hccate had the power of bcstowing or withholding her blessing
of learning. She rules over the other gods and goddesses in their
wisdom, and they could obtain their knowledge only if she wanted
to grant thein the power of wisdom.
At Evansville College: Hecate is represented by the faculty. They
grant the opportunity of gaining wisdom, it must be our decision
to accept it.
The faculty inenihers lead us, just as Hecatc led the Greek gods.
YVithout the faculties' guidance, we would surely not have gained
the wisdom wc did at Evansville College.
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President Melvin W. Hyde
From the founding of Moore's Hill to the present Evansville College. this edu-
cational institution has been expanding and improving steadily. We who are in
attendance here in 1961-62 are privileged to witness the expansion of facilities and
growth toward university status. The completion of the Fine Arts Building and the
Physical Education Building will represent an increase in stature, among compa-
rable colleges, that reflects much credit on those who have led Evansville College
during the years directly preceding this addition. Foremost among these leaders
is Melvin WV. Hyde, who has been President of Evansville College since 1956. The
building program now nearing completion should be a source of great satisfaction
to him as an objectification of his hopes for Evansville College.
DEAN OF THE COLLEGE
Dr. Edgar McKown
Left to right: Barbara Adler, Mrs. Esther Hittner - Secretaries to Dean's.
DEAN OF MEN
Dr. james Morlock
Dr. Robert 'lll1OlIlIDSOl1. Dean of Students. is
advisor to thc fratcrnities and is in charge of
Freshman orientation. having Conducted
Freshman Convoration for several years.
Left to right: Betty Gibson, Ann Adams, Mrs. Mary Gooch, Miss Pauline Hollingsworth.
Dr. Virginia Grabill. Director of W'omen's
Counseling. holds one of the most multi-faC-
ctcd positions in College administration, Besides
being advisor to the four Crt-ek social sorori-
ties, she is counselor to the students living in
Moore Hall and teafhcs rlassvs in literature
VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE - Dean Long
REGISTRAR - H, Owen Long
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DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI AFFAIRS -
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT - Dr. R. T. Dufforcl QDGDI.
Headj, K. C. Milos, Travcr Sutton.
Left to Right: CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT - Dr. Clifford G. Shultz, Dr. Weller
fDept. Hcadl, Mr. Shores, Dr. Phillip Kinsey, T. L. Pickett.
MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT f Dr. R. Coleman QDept
Hcadj, V. C. Bailey, C. Bucsking.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT - Left to right: Mr. Robert Nforris, Nlr. Paul Talley, Mrs.
Snepp, Dr. Mildred Nlunday, Niiss Karlecn Redle, Mrs. Rettke, Iwir. Ted Foster.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT g Left to right: Mrs. Olmsted, Dr. Paul Grabill, Dr. V. G
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HISTORY DEPARTMENT 1 Left to right: F. Kendrick, Dr. WV. Davis CDept. Hcadb.
Dr. O. jaebker.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT 4 Left to right: W. Shepard. H. Nolte, P. Rapp, Miss M. E
Nicdcraucr. Miss Herron, Biargarct Shepard, C. B. Staplin. P. Thompson, R. Nchcr, R
Cody CCG-Heads: Shepardsj.
Business Manager. Ralph Olmsted, and his staff
are among the hardest-working members of
those who see to the Complicated business of
getting students registered and ready for a
new quarter. Students irritated with having
to pay a parking fine often forget that with4
out the Careful handling of records by the
people in thc Business Olive their College ca-
reers would bo inurh less smooth.
Left to right: Mrs. Dorothy Wyatt. Jerry Kemp, James Yocinn, Robert Cravens. W. Marvin
Lundy, Mary Jo Fellier Qnot pivtlirecl. Nlrs. Ann Neherj.
DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION -
Arthur Mansureg Rev. C. T. Schoettclkotte, Dr. Edgar McKown,
partment head, and Dr. Harris Erickson.
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT - Vlrs
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DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS - STANDING SITTING: H. W'itCo1nb, V. Anderson, M. Breden-
left to right: L. Anderson, E. Hauswald, D. Allen, R.
Arensman, A. Wardelman, W. Hahn, Dean Long.
kamp, and R. Martin. Head of the Dept.
Repainting the interior of
the Oflice Building kept
Maintenance men busy.
Replacement of worn out furnishings
is as important as care of existing
Wear and tear from student traf-
fic is kept to a minimum by
plenty of work.
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Dorm students haven't so Wide a choice, but they avoid the cash
Ring up another Student Plate!
Another reluctant customer digs up 104'
for a cup of coffee.
But surely they aren't all offered only at ten!
Without help from the secretaries in the Registrafs office, we'd still be filling out class cards
Whether you want paperback books or paper clips, the book store will be glad to
supply what you need.
Mary .lo Wirthwein
The daughter of Zeus and Metis, Athene was the goodess of
wisdom. She was of a more masculine than feminine structureg
she had thoughtful eyes, compressed lips and a firm chin.
She had the power and influence of a great warrior, but she won
her victories by her wisdorn. Athene, like the students at Evans-
ville College, attained her knowledge and skill from trying to
learn more than the average person.
Athene is represented by the graduating seniors, who surely
must have attained their wisdom by careful, deep thought and
CAROL DAY: B.A., Phi Mu, Pledge
Trainer, Rush Chairman, Vice-Presi-
dent, Panhellenic Vice-President,
Dean's List, Musical Madness, Di-
rector, Union Dance and Entertain-
ment Core Committee, Gamma Delta,
Senior Class Treasurer, May Day Co-
Chairrnan, Student Senate, Women's
Athletic Association, President,
Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart, 1961.
THOMAS WAYNE TULEY: B.A.,
English, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Presi-
dent, Vice-President, S e c r e t a ry,
Pledge Trainer, Scholarship Chair-
man, SGA, Vice-President, Chair-
man Athletic Committee, Dean's
List, Musical Madness, President's
Roundtable, Pi Delta Epsilon, Treas-
urer, Crescent Sports Editor, Fresh-
man, junior, Senior Class Presidents,
May Day Chairman, Student Senate,
Chairman Athletic Committee, IFC,
ANN BURTON: B.A., Sociology, Al-
pha Omicron Pi, Panhellenic Repre-
sentative, Deanis List, Musical Mad-
ness, Presiclent's Roundtable, Union
Publicity Committee Core Member,
Gamma Delta, Homecoming Queen,
1961, Secretary Senior Class, Home-
coming Decorations Chairman, 1960,
Co-Chairman of Homecoming, 1961,
Historian Moore Hall, Panhellenic
Treasurer, Vocal Varieties.
CARL SCHROEDER: B.S., Busi-
ness, Sigma Phi Epsilon, IFC Repre-
sentative, Social Life Committee of
SGA, Vice-President of Senior Class,
B.S., General Businessg
Arnold Air Society,
L A W R E N C E ALTEMEYER:
B.S., Electronivs Club, Young Re-
ANDREWS, JR. B.S.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
PER OTTO ASKIM: B.S.
MARGARET V. BAILEY: ROBERT BANDY: B.S.
BA., Alpha Omicron Pi.
ing, Engineering Club,
Secretary g Football 5
LARRY BATCH: B.A,, Seeondary
Education, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Chairman, By-Laws Comm., Parlia-
mentariang SEAg Arnold Air Soci-
ety: History Club, Vocal Varieties.
Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Deanls Listg Presi-
Dance Comm., Band,
Phi Mu Alpha, Young
FRED BOSSE: B.S.
Signia Pi Sigma, Vice
Club 5 Baseball.
NANCY BEYER: B.S., Nurxingg
Alpha Omicron Pi, Standards
Committee Corresponding Secre-
tary, Musical lvladnessg Crescent,
MONA BOYD: B.M.E.
EUGENE BRICKER: B.A.
BRAUN: B.S., Busi-
Newman Club, Social
Lambda Chi Alpha,
Social Chairman, Rush
JAMES BRAMBLE: B.S.
MARY L. BROWN:
- A.B, 7 Sec. Ed.,'
Clubg Circle K.
JOHN BUCKLEY: B.S.
Wm. C. CAMPBELL: B.A.
CLYDE CARTER - B.A. -
Secondary Educationg Deanls
List 3 Young Democratsg SCA 3
MSMg SEAg Inter-varsity Fel-
lowshipg ISTAQ Freshman
CHANCE - B.A. -
WILLIAM C. COLE
- A.B.,' Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Social Chair-
mang Musical Mad-
nessg Union Dance
Rifles 5 Vocal Varieties.
ROBERT B. CARTER ll A
A.B.g Lambda Chi Alphal
IFC Corresponding Sec.
Union Decorations Comnml
LinC, Homecoming Comm.
History Clubg Young Repu
JERRY CROWE: B.S.
ANNE CULBERTSON - A.B.
- Elementary Educationg ACEQ
Academic Scholarshipg INCA.
B.A.,- Union Finance
Comm.5 A Cappella
TARIJON DAVIS f A.B.
r Elementary Educationg
iCEg Alpha Omicron Pi 5
DROLL - A.B. -
Alpha Omicron Pi,
Rush and Social
Sec.5 Musical Mad-
nessg Union Dance
and House Comm. g
Gamma Deltag Young
THOMAS DOUTHITTg B.A.
LARRY DUNCAN - A.B., Ele-
mentary Educationg ACEg Varsity
ROBERT DRAIM B S
Marketing: Newman Club
JACQUELINE J. FERGU-
SON: B.A.,- Phi Mu, Vice-
President, Rush Chairman,
Song Leader, Reporterg Musi-
cal Madness Directorg Presi-
dent's Roundtable g Union
Presidentg Dance Comm.g
Chairman, Personnal Cornm.g
Gamma Deltag Homecoming
Courtg Dad's Day Co-chair-
mang May Day Co-Chairmang
Homecoming Cornm.g Panhel-
lenic Secretary 3 Womenls
Recognition Dinnerg Vocal
Varietiesg Angel Flight, Sec.
JEROME E. ELPERS:
B.S., Electrical Engi-
neeringj Deanls Listg
Phi Beta Chig Sigma
Pi Sigrnag Engineering
MARY ELLEN EMIG: B.A.,
Secondary Educationj Dean's Listg
Kappa Pig Sec.-Student Education
Associationg Homecoming Comm.
JAMES PAY: B.A.
RITA R. FICKER: B.A-,- Beta
Sigma Omicrong Dean's Listg
Alpha Phi Mug Pi Gamma
Mug Newman Clubg SEAQ
INCA5 Angel Flight.
MARTHA JEAN FITCH:
B.S., Nursingg Deanls Listg
Alpha Phi Mu, Treasurerg
President of Fr. and Soph.
Student Nursesg Secretary and
Vice President, E.C. SNA 3
Welborn Hospital Scholarship.
KATHRYN FREELS: B.A.
MARY E L L E N
FRANK: B.A. Ele-
Union Dance Comm.g
Union Publicity Comm.,
Deltag ACE: Peo Club.
ROBERTA FRITZ :
FOULKES, IV: B.A., Educa-
tiong Student Education
G. GORDON: B.A.g
s Listg Student Educa-
RICHARD GINGER: B.A.
B.A.,' Phi Mu, Chaplain, Histo-
rian, Pledge Trainerg Who's Whog
Musical Madness, Directorg Un-
ion Dance Committeeg Gamma
Deltag May Queen Courtg Dad's
Day Cornmitteeg Angel Flight,
Commanderg WAAg Cheerleader
Captaing Vocal Varieties.
HAROLD GRIESE: B.S.
ingg Tau Kappa
GRILL: B.A., Ele-
ACE3 Deanls List.
DONNA RAY HAGEDORN:
A.B., Liberal Artsg SGA,
Vice-President, Deanls List 5
Who's Who, Musical Mad-
ness, Director, lNCAg Pi
Gamma Mug Alpha Phi Mug
FRED GROSS: B.A.
Alpha Omicron Pi,
man, Standards Chair-
Education Officer 3
Union Dance Comm. 5
Gamma Delta, Vice-
Class, Senior Vice-
INCA, Vice-President, Stu-
dent Senate, Treasurer 5
Member of House Council
and Judiciary Board 5 Schol-
arships, Carl B. Hart Memo-
rial, Endowment g History
Club, Secretary, Young Re-
GLENDA SUE HARDESTY: ROBERT HARDESTY: B.A.
B.A., Alpha Psi Omega, Plays,
Vocal Varieties 3 W0men's
LINDA HAWKINS: B.S.,' Beta
Sigma Omicron, Vice-President,
Rush Chairman g Musical Mad-
ness, Director, College Theater,
SEA, Homecoming Comm., An-
gel Flightg Debate.
CLEO HAYDEN: B.S.
JOHN P. HARRELSON:
B.S., Businessg Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, Vice-President, Alumni
Relations, Musical Madness,
Union Comm., May Day
Chairman 5 Young Demo-
cratsg IFCQ Pep Club: Stu-
dent Senateg Beta Beau,
1961 5 Vocal Varieties.
STEPHEN E. HEEGER: B.S.,'
Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritualistg
Deanis Listg Phi Beta Chi 3 Kappa
Mu Epsilong Math Clubg Arnold
Air Societyg IRE 5 International
MRS. GEORGIA HENDRICK-
SON: B.A., Elementary Educa-
LARRY HULL: A .B., Psy-
chologyg Lambda Chi Alphag Un-
ion House Comm. g Dean's List.
B.A.g Dean's Listg Pi
Gamma Mu, Presi-
dentg Samuel Orr
Dean,s Listg President's
Roundtable 3 Women's
Council 3 Alpha Phi
Gamma Deltag SCAg
FREDERICK HOPF: B.A
B.S., Nursingg Inter-
varsity Fellowship, 3
NELSON HUNTER: B.M.E.
CYNTHIA JACKSON: B.S.
JUDI JOHNSON: B.S., Nurs-
ingg Chi Omega, Vice-Presi
dent, Panhellenic Rep., Dean's
List, Who's Who, Musical
Madness, Gamma Delta
Homecoming Queen '59
Freshman, Treasurer, Sopho-
more, Secretary, Panhellenic
Methodist Scholarship, Vocal
PHYLLIS KAYS: B.S., Nun-
ingg President Nursing Class,
Jr., Hughes Hall Treasurer,
Soph. yr. g Kappa Kappa
Kappa 3 Vocal Varieties.
JACK KINKEL: B.S., General
Businessg Lambda Chi Alpha,
Rush Chairman, Pi Delta Epsi-
long Young Democrats.
B.A., Physical Edu-
Roundtable g Union
Dance Comm., Alpha
Psi Omega, President,
WAAg Physical Ed.
Majors and Minors
JOCELYN EARL KIMM:
B.A., Secondary Edueationg
Beta Sigma Omicron, Editor,
Recording Sec., Vice-Pres.,
President, Dean's List, Presi-
dentis Roundtable, Women's
Council, Treasurcrg Alpha
Phi Mug Pi Gamma Mug
Laurels Honor Socictyg SEA,
Panhellenicg Boetticher Schol-
arship, History Club, Treas-
ARTHUR S. KUSHNER,
B.A., Chemistry, Who's Who,
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Math
Club , American Chemical
Society, President, Vice-
President, Circle K, Treas-
DIXIE CORN LANT:
BA., chi omega.
DAVID ALLEN KOEHLER:
B.A.,' Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush
Chairman, Pres., Musical Mad-
ness , Young Democrats, LinC
Staff, IFC, Football, Central
Turners Scholarship , History
Club, Vocal Varieties.
JOHN LACEFIELD: B.A.,- Ar-
nold Air Society, History Club.
LARRY LANT, B.A., Lambda
B.A.,' Beta Sigma
Roundtable , Union
Finance and Enter-
tainment Committees ,
Gamma Delta SEA,
ACE, President, Vice-
Varieties, Yoimg Re-
B.S.,' Alpha Omicron
Pi, Treasurer, Stand-
ment, Gamma Delta,
May Day Committee,
SGA Election Com-
mittee, E.C. Alumni
THOMAS LANGLEY BS
Business Administration New
man Club, Evansville Federal
Savings and Loan Scholarship
MARTHA LOCKWOOD: B.A.g
Beta Sigma Omicron, Pres.5 Who's
Whog Musical Madnessg President's
Roundtableg Gamma Deltag LinCg
ACEQ Angel Flightg SGAQ Pi
Lambda Theta Scholarshipg Vocal
GERALD LUDWIG: B.A .
B.S., Electronies Engineering
EUGENE LUTTERBACH5 ALBERT MAYHAN: B.S.,
B.A .,- Football. Marketing.
Young Democrats 3
Crescent Staff 5 New-
BARBARA MCGREGOR: B.A.g
Chi Omega, Secretaryg SGAg
Dean's Listg Musical Madnessg Pi
Delta Epsilon, Vice-president 5
Basketball Queeng LinC Staffg
Sophomore Class Secretaryg Angel
Flightg SGA5 Vocal Varietiesg
Women's Athletic Association.
man Club, President,
DONALD McNAIR5 B.S., Gen-
eral Businessj Tau Kappa Epsi-
long Historiang College Theatreg
Musical Madnessg Union Dance
Committeeg Crescent Staff, Car-
JAMES W. MILLER: B.M.E.,-
Deanis Listg President's Round-
tableg A Cappella Choirg Bandg
Phi Mu Alpha, Executive Alumni
HERB MOSHER: B.S., Business
tiong Lambda Chi
Alpha, Pledge Trainerg
Footballg ICC Most
Valuable Player 5 Vo-
cal Varieties 3
Counselor for Hovda
GARY NALE: B.S.,
, , use
B.S., Business Administration,-
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Cor-
respondent 5 SGAg Young
Democrats 5 Presidenfs
Roundtableg Pi Delta Epsi-
lon 5 Union Committees 5
LinCg Crescent Staff, Sports
Editorg SGA Committees g
Pep Clubg Pi Delta Epsilon,
Pres., Treasurerg Vocal Vari-
Dean's Listg A Cappella
Choirg Band g Sigma Alpha
Iota g Sergeant-atArms.
ROBERT NAU: B.S.
WALTER NEAL: B.A.
SAMUEL O'HANIAN: B.S. DOROTHY OSBORNE: B.A.
Electrical Engineeringg Lambda
Chi Alphag Dean's Listg IFC.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Committee 3 A
Cappella Choirg Bandg
Choirg Debate Teamg
History Clubg Vocal
ROBERT PACE: B.A.
,d"' K og
Sigma Phi Epsilon,
College Theatreg Who's
Whog Musical Mad-
Roundtable 5 Pi Delta
Epsilong LinC Staflg
President of Canter-
bury Clubg Crescent
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B.S., Nursingg Alpha
Omicron Pi 5 Gamma
B.S., Kappa Mu Epsilon
Secretaryg American Chemi-
cal Society, Office Secretary
Newman Clubg Math Club,
Beta Sigma Ornicron,
Theatre 5 Dean's List 5
Musical Madness 5
Alpha Psi Omegag
NANCY PICKETT: B.A.
PHILIP MICHAEL POTTER:
B.A.: College Theatre g Alpha Psi
Omega, Crescent Staff, Column-
MARY ELLEN RAUCH:
B.M.E.g Phi Mu.
LARRY POND: B.A.,
Englishj Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, President of
pledge Class, Recording
Secretary, SGA, Pi
Delta Epsilon, Young
Crescent Staffg Editor
and Sports Editor,
SEA, Student Senate,
IFC 5 Intramural
Favorite Guy - '6l.
ing, Dean's List, Phi
Beta Chi, Sigma Pi
Club, President, Ar-
nold Air Society.
ANDREW PRESENT: B.A
Plays, Construction Crew.
JERRY RICH: B.S.
D A V I D B R O W N
REEDER, JR.: B.S.,
Dean's List, James H.
D u n c a n Scholarship,
State Board of Certi-
fied Accountants of
EDWIN J. REHRMAN: B.S.,
Business Administration, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, V-Pres, Warden,
Chairman SAE-Philo Blackouts,
1960, Musical Madness, Young
Democrats, Pres., Campus Club for
Kennedy, Newman Club, IFC.
B.A., Dean's List 5
Gamma Delta, New-
man Club, Correspond-
ing Secretary , Dadas
NANCY ALENE RIECKEN:
B.S. Nursing, Alpha Omicron
Pi, Pres. Pledge Class, Rush
Chairman, Musical Madness,
Panhellcnicg Vocal Varieties,
Miss Student Nurse of Evans-
ville College 196O, Candidate
for Miss United Fund 1961.
JAMES M. ROSE:
JOY SADDLER: B.S., Nursing,
Chi Omega, Social and Civic Serv-
ice Chairman, Secretary, Musical
Madness, Union House Comm.,
Gamma Delta, Methodist Scholar-
ship, Vocal Varieties, Indiana
Student Nurses Association.
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JANE RITTER: B,A.
JOE ROHLEDER: BA.,
Secondary Education, Lamb-
da Chi Alpha, House Manager,
Ritualist, Musical Nladness,
Newman Club, SEA, Track,
Football, Baseball, Athletic
Scholarship, Vocal Varieties.
RONALD SC HWARTZ :
B.S., Mechanical Engineer-
ing, Engineering Club,
B.A., Chi Omega,
Theatre, Deanis List,
Who's Who, Musical
Pi, Gamma Delta,
Freshman Class Treas-
urer, ACE, May Day
Pep Club, Secretary,
Dinner, Vocal Varie-
A.B. Dean's List,
Kappa Mu Epsilon,
Kappa Chi, Laurels ,
Math Club, Debate,
SHARON SCHELLER: B.A.,
GENE SEIDER: B.S., Tau
Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President,
Pledge Trainer, President's Round-
table, Engineering Club, Elec-
tronics Club, IFC.
THOMAS SHARPE: B.A. Chem-
istry, Dean's List, Kappa Mu Ep-
silon, Phi Beta Chi, Laurels,
Math Club, Student Affiliate of
the American Chemical Society,
National Guard Scholarship.
GREGORY DALE SERVER:
B.A. Lambda Chi Alpha, Sec-
rectary, Social Chairman, Col-
lege Theatre, Forensic League,
Union Committees, House
and Dance, Young Demo-
crats, Homecoming Commit-
tee, IFC, Debate Team, Anna
RICHARD SMYTHE: B.S.
LARRY SIMPSON :
B.B.E.E.,- Dean's List,
Sigma Pi Sigma,
Kappa Mu Epsilon,
Phi Beta Chi, Treas-
urer Sigma Pi Sigma,
Edna L. Brentano
P. DAVID SPEARS: B.S.,
Business Administration' Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Coordinator
1961 Blackouts, Scholarship
Chairman, Musical Madness,
Crescent Staff Artist, Vocal
Varieties, Young Republicans.
GEORGIA STEIN: B.S.,
N ursin g.
CHARLES KENNETH SUN-
MICHAEL JOHN STERC
ZER: B.S.: Arnold Air So
DERMAN: B.S., Industrial En-
gineering, Who's Who, Arnold
Air Society, Deputy Commander,
AFRO-TC "Commander" Senior
Leadership Award, Engineering
Club, Intramural, Football, Soft-
ball, Basketball, Young Republi-
Business 5 Lambda Chi
Newman Club, SGA
Chairman, IFC, Vo-
B.A., Soriologyg Phi
Mu, President, Secre-
tary, Reporter, Ass't
Ritualistic Chairman ,
SGA, Whois Who,
table. Union Vice-
Comm., Core Member,
Gamma Delta, Young
Democrats , LinC
Staff, Crescent Staff,
Pep Club Panhellenic,
Pi Delta Epsilon,
Student Senate, Dadls
Dinner, Vocal Varie-
'HOMAS TURPEN: B.S.,
larketingg Intramural Bas-
THOMAS: B.A., Beta
Sigma Omicron, Rush
Deanis List5 Musical
Madness 5 Director 5
Union Dance and So-
cial Committees 5
Gamma Delta5 Home-
Coming, Military Ball,
Queen of Hearts
Candidate 5 Junior
Class Secretaryg SCA5
ACE5 Angel Flight5
Pep Club 5 Sigma Phi
Scholarship 5 Vocal
Dean's List 5 Union
SEA 5 History Club.
SUSAN TROVILLION: B.A.,
Entertainment Committee, Vice-
Chairman 5 Dance Committee 5
Gamma Delta5 MSM Secretary5
ACE5 Pep Club.
DIANE WADE: B.S.
BETTY WATKINS: B.A., ACE.
B.S., Lambda Chi
Alpha 5 Engineering
Club 5 Young Republi-
LINDA WAGGONER: B.S.,
Chi Omega, President of
Pledge Class, Assistant Secre-
tary and Treasurer5 Dean's
List5 Musical Madness 5
Gamma Deltag Homecoming,
Military Ball, May Queen,
United Fund Courts5 Angel
Flight5 Secretary of Nursing
Class5 Cheerleader5 Welborn
Hospital Alumni Scholarship5
CLEMENT J. WEBER:
B.S., Electrical Engineerj
Dean's List: Phi Beta
Chig Newman Club: En-
gineering Clubg IRE.
CHARLES T. WELP:
B.S.: Dean's List: New-
man Clubg Engineering
JERRY WELLS: B.S.
KENNETH WIDICK: B.S.
PAUL L. WILKINSON: B.S., NANCY WILLIAMS: B.A.,
Elementary Education: Phi Mug
Angel Flight: ACE: Musical
Madness: Vocal Varieties.
FRANKLIN V. WITHERSPOON:
B.M.E. Lambda Chi Alpha fPhi
Zetajg Phi Mu Alphag A Cappella
Choir: Band: Choir: College Or-
chestra: Evansville Philharmonic
JAMES M. WITH-
TERRY WILLIAMS: B.S
JAMES WRIGHT: B.S.
Lambda Chi Alpha,
ROBERT WORMAN House Managers Bands
Newman Club g Vocal
Varietiesg Musical Mad-
nessg Varsity Football.
JERRY BATEMAN DIANNE PATE -
B.A. Elementary Edu-
GRADUATING SEN IORS NOT PICTURED
Eric Al-An ......
Rhonda Alldredge . .
John Arbogast .....
Helen Arensman . . .
Carl Banks ......
Charles Bareba ....
Mrs. Nera Blakeley ..
Howard Blesch ......
Leo Baeglin ........
Carl Bohrer ............ .
Michael Von Bonewitz
Theadore Cetnar ....
Max Davidson ......
Paul Damon . . .
Allen Day .......
Dennis Dewey ....
Ronald Fuhrman . . .
'David Fioyd .....
Larry Gates ....
Gary Goad ......
David Graham .....
Martha Graham . . .
Linda Hawkins . . .
Randall Heath . . .
Ruth Hines ......
William Hobson ....
Bill Jensen ..........
Bettye Lou Jerrell ....
Patricia Kavanaugh .... .
Caroline Koehler ....
Robert Koehler ....
Hugh Lilienkamp . . .
Larry Luig ........
James Martim . . .
Roger Merkel ....
Judy Mominee . . .
James Nassett ....
Diane Pate ......
Thomas Porter . . .
Steve Poland .....
Glen Phillip Price
Ralph Roberts . . .
Ninalea Savage . . .
Ruby Schraeder . .
Elaise Seiffert ....
Russ Seiler ....
David Shelton ....
Donald Sheridan . . .
Larry Simpson . . .
Sanford Singer .
Jerry Skelton ....
Richard Slade .....
Richard Sowerwine . . .
James Stagg .......
Suzanne Staker . . .
Robert Titzer ....
Ron TenBarge . . .
Bill Toy .......
Stephen Tsai . . .
Ron Uhl ...........
James VanVorst .....
Judy Werneke Harmison . .. .
Larry Wheelock .........
Richard Woolington ....
Barbara Wright .....
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.. B.S. Mechanical Engineering
B.S. Industrial Engineering
. B.A. Business Administration
B.S. Industrial Engineering
B.S. Secondary Education
B.A. Secondary Education
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. . . BA: Elementary Education
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B.S. Marketing Sc Management
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B.A. Elementary Education
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. . . B.S. Elementary Education
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. . . . . . . B.A. General Business
. . . B.A. Elementary Education
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. . . B.A. Secondary Education
B.S. Secondary Education
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B.A. Liberal Arts
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. . . . . . B,S. General Business
B.A. Secondary Education
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B.A. Secondary Education
APOLLO + GOD OF LIGHT
Apollo was the god of light and of youth and manly beauty. He
occupied the highest place, next to Zeus, among the Greek gods.
No god was handled with more respect by the poets and myth-
makers than he and his communication with these men was
through the prophets. Apollo was also a great Olympian and had
great wisdom of all things as he was the lawgiver of the Greek
The students chosen and honored in this section of the LinC are
represented by Apollo because of their leadership ability at Evans-
ville Gollege. Whether it was in an organization, fraternity, or Stu-
dent Government, these students were always willing to help while
also keeping up their grades.
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On the following six pages are men and women of
this year's senior class who have displayed their
leadership throughout their four years at Evans-
ville College. These students were selected by the
staff of the 1962 LinC and are but a few of the
many outstanding senior students on the E.C.
campus this year.
Outstanding in many fields, Bob has been selected to Who,s
Who. As a member of the AF ROTC he was chosen as the Ca-
det Colonel of ROTC last fall. Bob is the past treasurer of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and is currently serving as the president
of the SAE,s.
Versatile is the word that describes Dave as he has taken
part in numerous activities on campus. He has been president
of the History Club, an IFC representative, and a member of
the SGA Social Rules Committee. Dave was president of
Lambda Chi Alpha and has served on the LinC staff.
As the Editor-in-chief
of the Crescent Gene
spends most of his time
in the Journalism office.
A selection of Whois Who
he has also served Sigma
Phi Epsilon, Phi Delta
Epsilon, the Canterbury
Club, and the President's
Judy has served as secre-
tary of the Union Board
and chairman of the
SGA Social Committee.
Because of her many
achievements and honors
she has been elected to
Who's Who. Judy is past
president of Alpha Omi-
cron Pi social sorority.
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An industrious individual, would be
the phrase to describe Sharon. As a
member of Phi Mu she has been
their president and secretary. Her ad-
vice has been valuable on the Presi-
dent's Roundtable, Student Senate,
and the Union Dance Committee. A
member of Pi Delta Epsilon, she has
been active on both the LinC and the
Karen's energetic personality has made her a popu-
lar choice of the LinC Honorary. She has represented
Beta Sigma Omicron as their Rush Chairman, Pan-
hellenic representative, and Musical Madness director.
Her charm has won her honors as she has been a
Queen .candidate for both Homecoming and the Mili-
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on this campus this year
and you speak of Phil Price.
Phil has been Deputy Com-
mander of the ROTC
group and was 'Commander
of the Pre-Summer training
unit. Phil is a member of
Sigma Phi Epsilon social
fraternity and has been di-
rector of Musical Madness
for the last two years.
Angle Flight Commander,
and Who's Who are a few
of the responsibilities that
Annabelle has held down.
As a dedicated individual
she has supported the Phi
Mu's as their Chaplain,
Historian, Musical Madness
director, and Pledge Train-
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Larry's talented toe carried
the Aces to several football
victories. He was on the var-
sity football team for three
years and made the all-ICC
second team. His talents are
unlimited as he is a member
of the varsity baseball team
and a selection of W'ho's
Jodi, president of Beta Qigma Omicron sororitx is 1nx olx ed in ac
tivities too numerous to mention odi who is '1 secondary educa
tion major has made the Deans list ll consccutixe timts as the
LinC went to press Qhe has also selxcd on the YVoman s Council
and was a candidate for basketball queen this year
Leadership and personality are traits that make Tom
outstanding on the EC campus. Tom has served his
l classmates as Freshman, Junior, and Senior class presi-
dents along with being SGA vice-president. Tom, a
selection to Who's Who, has also served as president of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Known around campus for his work with Lambda Chi Alpha,
Greg is a person with many individual talents. As a speech major
he has the reputation as an excellent speaker on the Debate team.
Versatile and dependable, Martha has achieved membership in
the LinC Honorary by her ability to do any job well. She has served
Beta Sigma Omicron faithfully as well as serving on many com-
As an education major, Susie has taken an active
part on many committees. She has received recognition
by being selected to VVho's Who. Susie has also served
as president of the Chi Omegas.
Wfith desire and determination Donna has represented
Holding down the office of SGA president, Ron has
shown his ability as an excellent leader. Ron is a member of
Signaa Phi Epsilon. He has also been named to Whois Who.
INCA. She has been SGA vice-president as well as being
on the Student Senate, Pre-sident's Roundtable, and the
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GREEK HERO OF SPORTS
Hercules was thc iiispiration to all mlilvtcs in the time of the
Greeks. His lCZ1Cll'I'Sl1lIJ and ZlClliCX'CIl1KXI1iS in sports made him Z1 lc-
gend and a Greek god.
At Ex'z111sx'illm- Cfollcgv. Herculcs is I'L'IJI'C'SCIlfL'd by the Athletic
Dcpa1't111cr1L which hvlps 111z1kQ 1111-11 ol' hoys hy giving them thc
opporturiity L0 COIIlI7l'lC with tc11111s ol' high czxlihor zmcl with cz1c'l1
othcr, and givcs 'Llltxlll the 0ppo1't1111ity ol' sliuriiig their kriowlcclgci
Hercule-S zlcliivw-cl his liLl1I1L' tlimugli lnii' play. strcrigili, and SIL1111-
iria, and our zitlilm-tvs use thc SZIIIII' lIll'll1OClS i11 bvcoming lx-tu-1'
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Members of Evansville College's football team are from left to right,
in FRONT ROW, Elbert Pace, Huddie Mardirosian, Quentin Mer-
kel, Gene Schulz. Don LeDuc. Ron Nlagness. Jim Greer. John Ara-
mowicz. and Delbert Pace. SECOND ROW, Dave Bennett, Larry
Duncan, Dave Koehler. Jim Wright, Jack Webber, John Meredith,
Jerry Leach. Cecil Raymond. Charles Grimm, and Joe Rohleder.
THIRD ROW, Todd Clark, Bob Will. Chris Herdel, Jim Horst-
ketter, Dan Phillips, Charles Zausch, Bill Stuc' '. Richard Bennett.
Harley Heim. Butch Barth, and Garry Sitzman. BACK ROW, Paul
Beck, Lemois Wise, Ron Tepool. John Titzer, Gene Lutterback,
Jim Morgan. and Ray Bawel.
Aces Drop Last Four in 4-5 eason
Evansville College's gridiron forces posted a mediocore 4-5 record for the 1961
football season. A downhill slide at the end of the season, which saw coach Patil
Beck's troops lose their last four games was the main factor in a disappointing
season. YN'ith returning lettermen John Meredith, Ron Tepool, Dan Phillips and
place-kicking specialist Larry Duncan in the Aces line, the purple and white
figured to be exceptionally tough on defense. But three times in the last four games,
Aces' opponents went over the 25 point total.
After an opening 26-O win over Hanover, the Aces were upset by a lowly Vila-
bash team 1237. Evansville then bounced back with close wins over DePauw, St.
Joe and Indiana State by a total of live points. But then came the downhill journey
as Valpo put together 22 points in the opening nine minutes to bury the Aces 29-
12 and Wlestern Illinois spoiled the Aces, Homecoming with a 26f0 rout of the
home forces. Stopped Five times inside the 20 yard line, the Aces then dropped a
6-3 decision to Ball State at Muncie. To wind up the season the Aces took their
customary beating from powerful Butler 30-7 as the upstate Bulldogs scored 16
points in the closing Hve minutes to win by an impressive margin.
Although it was not a winning season, the Aces did manage to land several berths
on the all I.C.C. team. Guard John Meredith and end Ron Tepool were selected
for the first team, Larry Duncan was voted second string end, while center Jack
Wlebber received honorable mention.
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Shown above is Evansville's 1961 freshman football team. In
FRONT ROW left to rightg Ken Hansen, Steve Ricke, Larry Ca-
vins, Joe Bammer, Tom Gerkin, Mike Madriaga, Bob Beck, Mike Mad-
riaga, Bob Beck, Mike DiSisti, and Joe Cook. SECOND ROW, Lee
Keihl, Jim Boyd, Jim Ross, Charles Harmon, Barry Gilland, Larry
Robertson, Dick Foreman, Larry Bender, and Ed Wagner BACK
ROW, Rudy Kalkwarf, Paul Jolly. Pat Gallagher. Jerry Latham
Chuck Dannheiser, Gary Pfender, Sam Asberry, Bob Ringham
Stony Ave, Kim DeVault, Bob Glazer, and Coach Don Ping
Madriaga eads Top Freshman Squad
Coach Don Ping's freshman Aces had
one of the best seasons ever completed by
an Evansville College freshman squad. M
and M seemed to be the thing this year
with Mantle and Maris so coach Ping
came up with his own M. and M., in the
person of Mike Madriaga. Playing a three
game schedule, the frosh Aces scored a
46-7 victory over Wabash and tied In-
diana State 13-I3. The freshmen then
traveled to Carbondale, Illinois to upset
powerful Southern 10-8. Madriaga, an
Evansville North all-state athelete led the
Aces over SIU as he scored all ten points
on a touchdown, a field goal, and an extra
Gary Pfender goes high to pull down a Bob
Glazer pass for the freshman Aces.
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Valeda Collins have
the bull by the horns
for the coming year.
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against Ky. XVCSICYZIII, Evaltsvillc play-
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Larry Denton gets a tip-in against Oakland City.
Evansvillels freshman Aces fin-
ished the season with a modest
236 record with their lone wins
over Oakland City and Southern
Illinois. Their losses came in pairs
to Wesleyan and Indiana State
and a lone loss to SIU.
The big highlight of the season
was the win over a tough SIU
team that beat the Aces one time.
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Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity emerged as bowling champs
this past year, In FRONT ROW from left are Qfaptj Temme
Patterson and Dave Kennedy. In BACK ROW, Joe Kammon,
Joe Rohleder, and Don LeDuc.
The independent team was the all-around
bowling winners this past year but are not
counted in the intramural race because they did
not participate in enough sports. In FRONT
ROIV from left, Jay Wlaigand and Oscar Bohn.
In BACK ROW, Dirk Nlorris and Wlayne Bell.
Osrar Bohn rarried the leagues high-
est average this year.
Lambda Chi Out for
Third Straight Championship
How They Finished
SAE HERB'S BOYS
SIG EP SIG EP
Ron Tepool QLCA 405 and Curt Smith CSAE 85 try to keep ball
from going out of bounds. Don Hess QSAE 95 watches in back-
Chris Herdel CLCA in white5 and Toni Tuley CSAE 65, go high to
get rebound. Rex DePreist QLCA 125 moves in on action.
On left, Curt Smith QSAE5 attempts to keep ball
away from Rex DePriest KLCA5.
On right, Jack Webber QLCA in white5 drives
around two SAE defenders. Tom Tuley, No. 6 and
Don Hess, No. 9.
FRONT ROW from left, Paul Bullard, Walt Henry, Jim Green, Alan McCutchan, and Lynn Mautz. BACK ROW,
Smith, Wayne Boultinghouse, and Marty Herthel. SECOND Ed Rolen, Ed Zausch, Bob Hermeyer, John Neidig, Buster
ROW, Jim Newcomb, Paul Utley, Marv Pruett, Dave Briley, and Coach Arad McCutchan.
A young Evansville College team, with only two regulars
returning from last yearls squad, finished the season with a
respectable 14f11 record against some of the toughest
teams in the country. The Aces opened with live straight
wins including the Hrst win ever over a Bib Ten team, as the
Aces downed Iowa 65-59, Coach Arad McCutchan's Purple
Gang then hit a rough spot and dropped six of their next
seven games before pulling out of the tailspin with tive more
straight wins. Sophomore sensation Buster Briley was the
bright spot for the Aces as the Madison bomber used several
40 plus games to finish with a 20 point average and make the
All-NCAA Regional team. Bliley bettered Ed Srnallwood's
Held goal total for a single game as he dropped in 19 against
L.A. State and 19 again against North Carolina A SL T in the
Marty Herthel was again the big rebounder for the Aces
as the seasoned junior was as steady as Harry Gallitan's de-
fense at SIU. Junior letterman Marv Pruett carried the sec-
ond highest average at 15.5 and was over the 20 mark several
times. Pruett's driving improved 100 per cent over last year's
effort and his shooting was it's usual tremendous self. Sopho-
more Paul fBulll Bullard was just that as he led the Aces
with his rebounding power early in the season. An ankle in-
jury cut down on his effectiveness quite a bit but he'll be
around two more years.
Sophomores Wayne Boultinghouse, Lynn Mautz, and Jim
Smith all played at the other guard position while big Ed
Zausch jumped center for the Aces and had a tremendous
game at St. Joe. Walt Henry shot like gangbusters in almost
every game he played.
There's not a senior on the squad and the Aces have a Fox
up their sleeve for next year. Q A Jerry Sloan type F ox.j
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EVAN SVI LLE
Ed Zausch goes high for rebound against Yale in holiday
Buster Briley fires patented shot as Pittsburgh defender
Hies through air.
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Paul Bullard pulls down a rebound against Iowa.
Marty Herthel goes high for a rebound
in Aces upset win over Iowa.
Aces carry Coach McCutchan to the dressing
room after first Big Ten victory.
Wayne Boultinghouse rests on the floor after taking a hard spill against Valpo.
Buster Briley is involved in some of the rough Contact during
the Valpo contest.
Briley Fires his patented jump shot.
Basketball Hi hlights
Aces celebrate win over Iowa for first Big Ten victory in EC. history.
Briley is congratulated by Larry Humes after his 42 point performance
against L.A. Humes is an all-state performer at Madison High School,
Briley's alma mater.
The Aces faced the tallest college ball player in
the country in L.A.'s Bill Ensinger.
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My Sincere Thanks . . .
To Mr. John H. Boyd, who sacrihced much of his time to assist the LinC stall and
myself. The '62 LinC could not have been complete without him.
To Mr. Bob Sakel, American Yearbook Representative, for his valuable time, con-
stant attention and advice.
To Mr. Covert of Covert Studiois, for taking the Greek pictures.
To Beverly Studiols, for taking all the senior pictures and queen pictures.
To Mr. Rowland, for assisting me with the dedication.
To Mr. Ralph Olmstead, who not only saw that these yearbooks were paid for, but
also helped me with the copy for the EC. seal.
To President Hyde and the administration for their interest and patience.
To Don Follett, who assisted me with some pictures when I ran short.
To Doug Baskett and Steve Loewenkamp, who helped me with the sections and
theme, but who's names were left out.
To Mrs. Emma Schrieber, for the use of her cap and gown.
To all the staff, the best group of workers I know.
To the advertisers for their generous ads.
Best Wishes . .
To the Senior Class and all the LinC4 readers. I hope you experience as much pleas-
ure from the ,62 LinC as I have had in preparing it for you.
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' ARTIST SUPPLIES
' PICTURE FRAMING
New RED spor is located G+. . , RED SPLIT PAINT AND VARNISH C0.
IIO-II4 MAIN STREET
MEAD JOHNSON TERMINAL CORPORATION
I820 W. OHIO STREET
EVANSVILLE 2, INDIANA
"When The Great Scorer Comes to write against your
name. He writes not thatyou won or lost, But howyou
played the game."
. . l At THREE COINS, our success is measured by
how well we play our 'game' of serving only the
finest foods in a manner that makes dining a
S '-'e'-1 g truly delightful experience. You'll agree THREE
55? ' COINS is "Ace High."
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I ITALIAN-STYLE DINNERS
who think young
GENERAL INSULATION COMPANY L sl W
609 N. weinbncn Avenue llat
Evansville, lndinnn ll
Compliments of I I' 3
BOETTICHER AND KELLOGG Cll., INC. an Q
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LEARN T0 SERVE
Learning doesn't end with graduation from college. You have spent I6
years to qualify yourself for a big opportunity. Now you must Learn to
Your future service to your employer, your community and your fellow
man will determine the value of these years you have invested in an edu-
HBRINGING BETTER SERVICE TO MORE PEOPLE"
. . . is the obiective set for the Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company
by its 8,498 owners and their 762 employees.
By establishing a similar goal in your career, you can help make your
education pay bigger dividends.
THE SOUTHERN INDIANA GAS AND
The Syerup S YOUR TRI-STATE
MERRY-G0-ROUND DRIVE-IN I
"Home of the Dilly-Burger"
DINING ROOM - - - CAR SERVICE Appliance Dealers
comme CARRY our ssrevics ' Holl and Korn Furniture and Appliance Co.
Phone HA 340005 ' Moutoux Auto and Machine
' Trend Supply und Service Co.
QIOI Highway Al North Evansville, Ind. . .
0 Finke Furniture
wow WW H Locally Owned
' THE BRIDE
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who selects her 'furnishings 'For he
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"Grace Walker" Shoeshr Women 1 R
fjohn C. Robertsn Shoes jbr Men
"Kz'ngswayv Shoes pr Men and Bcyzs
"Red Goosen Shoesjnr Children
LAWNDALE SHOPPING CENTER
WASHINGTON AT GREEN RIVER ROAD
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Conn and Selmer Band Instruments .,..
A COMPLETE Music SERVICE I H
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Newcomb Excavating Co.
Cottage Building Company
Materz'als, Resilient Floorsj
Evansville Concrete Co.
International Steel Co.
fStruetual steel, steel
joists, steel stazrsj
fltorying C99 Sheet Metal Workj
Concrete Supply Co.
McNeeIy Stone Company
Cut and Trim Stone
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DIAMOND LANES, INC.
No. I Family Sport
Complete Line of Equipment
Ace and AMF Balls
Phone HA 4-4677
Steaks - Chicken
Try our Famous Charco-Burger
Beautiful HGQIIWH Room
Now Available For
o i HOLIDAY INN
,o'i 9MITTY'9 RESTAURANT
2508 Highway 4I North HA 3-1186
Congratulations and Success
to the Class of '62
and E.C.'s Under-Grads
The Store for Men and Boys
Sports-Town Shop for Women and Misses
Banquets - Meetings
- Wedding Receptions
2400 Highway 41 North Diamond Avenue
E. C. SENIOR RINGS
STROUSE 8. BROS.
Main ot Second
Emma J. Schreiber
EVANSVILLE'S PROGRESSIVE HOSPITALS
Are All Stotted by College-Troined People
WHO HAVE PERMANENT VOCATIONAL SATISFACTION
IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS:
' Business Administrotion '55
' Medicol Records Librories I
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' L borot r T I1 I iii if-sv i
0 o y ec no ogy ,ms Sn: Lg
' X- Roy Technology
' Nursing Educotion
' Engineering S V
' Phormocology rt
' Sociol Educotion A
PROTESTANT DECONESS HOSPITAL
WELBORN MEMORIAL BAPTIST HOSPITAL
610466 PROFESSIONAL ADVICE
4 1 A
32 N. Weinbach Avenue
Call GR 7-5379
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e have happily served as your head-
quarters for photography and school
needs during your long school term . . .
ay we continue to serve you
now as you become adult citizens.
SMITH 8. BUTTERFIELD
305 Main sf. sence 1866 HA 2-3261
Icdezws I-lam Fashions
"WHERE BEAUTY IS AN ART"
Lea Klein - Owner
Phone GR 7-5551
Kenny Wendt, Carolyn Lauer, Sam O'Hanian, and Mary Ann Stahlberg
enjoy an ice-cold Coca-Cola before their second hand of bridge.
COCA-COLA BOTTl.lNG WORKS
OF EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
and Q '
OUR VERY BEST WISHES
THE JOAN SHOP
"Between Main and Sycamore"
HOISERY - LINGERIE - SPORTSWEAR
"Quality and Service"
23 N. W. Fourth St. Phone HA 2-7535
Ten Reasons Why You Should
"Sixteen Lanes of Luxurious Bowling"
Jim Gerhardt, Prop.
II00 S. Weinbach Avenue
Phone GR 7-5323
A CAREER OPPORTUNITY with Interstate
Finance Corporation is the topic uppermost
in the minds of Business Maiors Byron Moel-
lenkamp and Bob Bragassa, Class of '62, as
they discuss the possibilities with Interstate
Finance President Leland M. Feigel, Class of
'29, and a trustee of Evansville College. ln-
terstate's Management Training Program
offers an excellent career opportunity in
Consumer Financing to the young man with
an eye to the future.
INTERSTATE FINANCE provides a sound
consumer financing service for the families
of mid-America through its nearly I50 of-
fices in thirteen states. Founded in l920 in
Evansville, its expansion has created career
opportunities for nearly 800 present em-
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C role and Cathy DeGroote enioy a Double while doing their h k ciul 'll' Mel Holder and J Bohleber watch the ope h
J. . Krieger-Ro d
1300 West Fra kl
Now operating 4 web offset presse
for greatest printing economy
81 C0., INC.
E II I d "COEofvPfcInwA
109 S.E. Second Street
and Satisfaction . .
B0 Sww F175 aw
OHIO VALLEY HOME
C. A. FRANK, PRESIDENT
ol-no VALLEY Homes, mc.
THE EVANSVILLE MUSEUM
The museum is one of the most beautiful buildings in
Evansville. lt is an institution of interest and
learning to be enioyed by everyone.
Tllofep Cons Ca.: Iwo.
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PORTRAITS COMPLIMENTS OF
"A Better Place to Dine"
l7SE S d St E II l d
7-ls S E. THIRD STRIQET
EVANSVILLE s INDIANA
Evansville College Students and Stal? Find
WOODS DRUG STORE
At Lincoln and Weinbach Headquarters for
PRESCRIPTIONS and ALL HEALTH NEEDS
It ' h d f Dan H to decide what to eat
g' A petuous gl ce
H.A.Woods because hef' d Il h f d g d Carol Meyer
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO.
2420 Washington Avenue
Lloyd W. Broome, Manager
NUSSMEIER ENGRAVING COMPANY
23 S.E. Second
Hlwifaitioas md "
EVANSVILLE OFFICE MACHINES
316 N. Main Street
"Yowu mmm College Shop"
M 8: S FIRE AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT
DUBL. "R" DRIVE-IN
On Division at Green River Road
"WIwwCweb Qwwiwis nobwQideIiw"
AN EVANSVILLE TRADITION
Weinbach and Ravenswood GR 7-1518
NEWMAN PLUMBING CO.. INC.
211 S.E. Fourth Street
RABEN TIRE COMPANY
420 N.W. Fourth Street
"I-Iona 06 Safety! Discs"
28 S.E. Third
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E Sears Look for the "Sears Best"
Eg: best sign of quality throughout
555: is your Sears store.
3? Satisfaction Guaranteed
BE C: 1m buy Y M yBa k
N' I in Downtown Evansville
THANK YOU EVERY ADVERTISER, FOR
THE TIME. EFFORT AND EXPENSE THAT
YOU PUT FORTH TO MAKE THIS 1962
EVANSVILLE COLLEGE LINC POSSIBLE.
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