University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)
- Class of 1965
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ANNE PAMPE, Editor
ANNEITTA MOORE, Managing Editor
GEORGIANNA BLAND, Campus Editor
HARRY RANSDELL, Business Manager
NANCY MORRIS, Advertising Manager
JOHN MOMINEE, Cover Design
JOHN H. BOYD, JR., Adviser
Reloxes of home
Remembers the post
Looks at present
Contemplates the future
To many business and industrial leaders in the commu-
nity, Dean Long is Evansville College.
For over the years, Dean Long has been Evansville
College's Contact with the community.
As vice-president he supervises the Community College,
the School of Nursing, the Center for Advanced Study
and the Center for Industrial Relations.
"Evansville College has as fine a lcontinued on page 1893
Table of Contents
Faculty and Administration
Dorrns and Housing Units
Clubs and Organizations
Advertising . . .
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Sports editor . . . . . .
ATTERSON, Mrs. Lewis
AUFDERHAR, Steve A.
BARCLAY, Patricia W.
BARTH, James H.
BASS, Carol R.
BAYS, Beth A.
BECKER, James R.
BELL, Nancy K.
ACKERMAN, Betty L.
ADAMI, Patricia A.
ALBRECHT, Mary L.
ALLEN, Sammy K.
ALLENDER, .Jerry W
ANDREWS, William P
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BENNETT, Richard L.
BERNHARDT, Donald W
BORDERS, Gerald D.
BOWERS, Nancy A.
BOYLLS, Carole A.
BRANAMAN, Linda l..
BRANDT, Nancy E.
BRETZ, Ralph J.
BREWSTER, Benjamin C
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BROOKS, Barbara A
BRUCE, Jo A.
BRUCKS, William R.
CAMP, Roland G.
CHASE, Claudia S.
CHRESTE, Robert B.
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CROUCI-I, Charles D.
CLARK, James A.
COBB, Marjorie G.
COLEMAN, James P.
COLMAN, Lana M.
COX, .lo A.
DAILEY, Sharon H. 1
DAVID, Jerry W.
DAVIS, Carroll E.
DAVISON, Sharon K.
DEER, Linda D.
DENTON, Leonard R.
DIAMOND, Darrel K.
FIRELINE, Billie J.
FISHER, Norya D.
FISHER, Rosemary G.
FISHER, Wilford E,
FLEENER, Joyce A.
FORAN, Terry R.
FORMAN, James F.
FOX, Ronald S.
FUQUAY, James M.
DROMPP, Nancy C.
EDWARDS, Gary W.
ELLERBROOK, Daniel O.
ESCHE, A. E.
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GARLAND, Richard E.
GEHLHAUSEN, John D.
GERKIN, Thomas E.
GOEN, James M.
GOODMAN, Samuel W.
GOUGH, Mary H.
GOWDY, Robert L.
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GREEN, John W.
GREER, Jean C.
GRIEGER, Il, Russell
GRIESE, Jeanette E.
HAHN, Curfis A.
HALBIG, Larry J.
HALBIG, Sfeve E.
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HARRIS, William D.
HEAD, Robert J.
HEINLIN, Barbara J.
HENKLE, Mary A.
HIATT, Marilyn A.
HIGDON, Virginia L.
HALL, John D.
HAMBLEN, Sandra K.
HAMILTON, Gary VV.
HANCOCK, Carol S.
HANKINS, Joy L.
HARL, James L.
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HOYT, Lorna D.
HUEBSCHMANN, Joan N.
HYDE, Mary A.
JAQUESS, Vicki L.
JEFFERSON, Patricia A.
JENSEN, Paul A.
JEROME, Arnold K.
JOHNSON, Larry A.
HIGGINS, Diana L.
HIGGS, Wendell D.
HILL, Beverly S.
HOPE, Erin D.
HORSTKETTER, James E
HQWERTON, Regano R.
McCurcly Alumni Memorial Union
JOHNSON, Richard L.
JOLLY, Paul E.
JUSTICE, Beverly A.
KALKWARF, Rudy A.
KATTERHENRY, Donald L
KATTERHENRY, Mackey E
KEUSCH, Eugene R.
KEUSCH, Kathleen A.
KIESEL, Stephen R.
KILLION, Robert L.
KING, Edwina S.
KNAPP, Daniel R.
KNOKE, Barbara A.
KOENIG, William R
KOHL, Thelma C.
LEACH, James C.
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MACK, Gm M.
MARKLAND, Normon R.
MARSCH, Mifchell B.
LEDUC, Richcard J.
LETSINGER, Charles E.
LISEMBEE, William A,
LITTLE, Dovid C.
LIVINGSTON, Pomelo K.
LUCAS, James F.
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MARSH, Michael G. me
MARTS, Judith C.
MASON, Jon D.
MASON, Judiih E.
MASON, Lindo S,
MATHIS, Alton J.
MCKENZIE, Jack R.
MCNEELY, James K.
MEFFORD, Kathryn R.
MEYER, James W.
MEYER, Michael L.
MILLER, Georgia A.
MILLER, Mary E.
MATTHIESEN, Donna R
MAYFIELD, Susan J.
MCCLAREN, Raymond W
MCCULLOUGH, Carolyn J
MCCULLOUGH, Robert A
MCDAN l EL, Robert L
Carson Center for Health and Physical Education.
MILLS, Bonnie J.
MINNIS, William C.
MITCHELL, Donald G.
MITCHELL, Patricia A.
MOMINEE, .Iohn W.
MOON, Leland W.
MOORE, Anneitta C.
MOORE, Martha C.
MORRIS, Janice K.
MORRIS, Nancy J.
MOYER, Kathryn C.
NEWKIRK, Joseph A.
NOLEN, Frances A.
NOLTING, Jerry W.
NONTE, Marilyn A.
NOURSE, Eva A.
NUSSMEYER, Linda S
PHILLIPS, Pauline B.
POE, Mary E.
PORCH, George A.
POUNDS, Janet S.
PRESTON, Jr., Thomas
PRICE, Judy C.
RALSTON, Lynn B.
REINHART, James O.
REISING, Joan B.
OBERT, Roberta E.
OFFERMAN, Nancy L.
PEAKE, William R.
PEARSON, Jan A,
PERIGO, Pairicia A.
PHELAN, Vickie L.
SANDERS, Linda K.
SAVAGE, Janice V.
SCHEELE, Carolyn A.
SCHLEICHER, Richard C.
SCHMITT, Barbara J.
SCHMITT, Carolyn D,
SCHRIEFER, Mary A.
SCHUETTER, Susan E.
RICHMOND, Gayle S.
ROBB, John A.
ROSENMEIER, Harvey O
SABO, Barbara J.
SAMPSON, Shirley J.
SANDEFUR, Kmhy R.
SCOTT, Corol J.
SEIFFERTT, Kennefh W
SHACKELFORD, Don P
SHAFER, Judith E.
SHiRLEY, Sandro S.
SILKE, Mclrfho E.
SIMCOX, Norma J,
SIMCOX, Robert W.
SIMMONS, Virginia B.
Krannert HGII of Fine Arts
SIMPSON, Cledith R.
SMITH, Barbara A.
SMITH, Donald E.
SONNER, Sharron J.
SPALDI NG, Leonard O.
STEGMAIER, Richard W
STEPHENSON, Larry K.
STEVENS, Linda G.
STIRN, Wilhelmine S.
TOON, Charles A.
TOWNSEND, Cecil L.
TRADER, James W,
TRESSELL, Patricia A.
TYLER, Esther E.
UNGETHEIM, Donald L.
VAN STONE, Eugene J.
VARGO, Carolyn L.
STOCKER, Michael G.
STOOPS, Michael VV.
STOTT, Joseph E.
STRAHLE, William J.
TAYLOR, Judith D.
TERRY, Larry J.
WALSH, Terri S.
WANINGER, Leo B.
WATSON, Linda M.
WEBER, JR., John E.
WEINSTOCK, Stanley H. b
WEISS, Elizabeth A.
WEISS, Joe B.
WELLS, Larry G.
WENNER, David C.
VICKERY, Barbara R.
VOGEL, Donald A.
WALKER, Billy D.
WALLAR, Frances K.
WALSH, Janef L.
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WERZNER, William F.
WHITE, David A.
WIIST, William E.
WILHELM, Richard E.
WILLIAMS, James M.
WILLIAMS, Ornaloy D.
WILLISON, EIiZabeII'1 A.
WILSON, Gayle R.
WINK, Douglas B.
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WORD, Billy J.
YAGGI, Margaret A.
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YOUNG, Tamara S.
ZIEGLER, Carolyn A.
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DR. NICHOLAS C. BROWN
Deon of The College
MR. RALPH E. OLMSTED
MR. CLIFFORD VV. KRAFT
Dir. of Men's Counseling
DR. VIRGINIA GRABILL
Dir. of VVomen's
DR. JAMES E. MORLOCK
Acting Deon of Students
AARSTAD, Arthur B.-Assoc. Prof. of History and Political Science.
AFFOLDER, William F.-Assoc. Prof. of Management, Dir. Center for In-
ANDERSON, Lawrence W.-Assoc. Prof. of Economics.
ANDRES, Marianna-Assoc. Librarian.
BAILEY, Virgil C.-Assoc. Prof. of Math.
BARDO, Lucy L.-Lecturer in Music.
BELL, Mary Louise-Mgr. of Duplicating 81 Supply Services.
BENNETT, Gene W.-Instructor in Math.
BESS, Allen B.-Assoc. Prof. of Accounting.
BIGGS, A. C.-Supt. of Buildings and Grounds.
BOEKE, Mildred C.-Prof. of Nursing, Dr. of School of Nursing.
BOYD, John H., Jr.-Asst. Prof. of Journalism.
Clifford Memorial Library
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BUESKING, Clarence W.-Assoc. Prof. of Math., Dir. of Computer Cen-
CATLIN, Corinne-Lecturer in Nursing.
CLOUGH, Galen W.-Instructor ot English.
COLEMAN, Ralph H.-Prof. of Math., Head of Dept.
DEVAISHER, Ronald L.-Asst. Prof. of Engineering.
DOUGLAS, Martin I.-Lecturer of Philosophy and Religion.
DRAKE, Kenneth O.-Asst. Prof. of Music.
ERICKSON, Harris D.-Prof. of Philosophy ond Religion.
FlD-DlCK, Judith L.-Program Director, Student Union.
FIDDICK, Thomas C.-Instructor of History.
HARBISON, Donald R.-Asst. Business Manager.
HARDING, Thomas S.-Librarian, Prof.
HODOR, Mary Jean-Instructor of English,
HOUSTON, Harold T.-Assoc. Prof. of Engineering.
INGLEFIELD, Kenley P.-instructor of Music.
JAEBKER, Orville J.-Prof. of History.
JEAN, Helen F.-Assoc. Prof. of Nursing.
JONES, Kenneth H.-Registrar, Asst. Prof.
KEARBY, Major Jean A.-Asst. Prof. of Air Science.
KINSEY, Philip A.-Prof. of Chemistry.
KLINGER, George C.-Assoc. Prof. of English.
KRONEMAN, James R.-Instructor of Chemistry.
KRUEGER, Jerome R.-Instructor of Accounting.
KUSHNER, Joseph B.-Prof. of Engineering.
HARL, Birk C.-Instructor of Sociology.
bs, T-'Q HARTIG, Marvin E.-Dir. of Community College.
W Q' HARTMAN, Paul W.-Asst. Dir. of Public Relations.
'X HARTMAN, Capt. Thomas A.-Asst. Prof. of Air Science.
HARTSAW, William O.-Prof. of Engineering, Dir., School of Engineer
HAYNES, Margaret S.-Assoc. Prof. of Music.
HERBERT, Frank X.-Games Room Supervisor, Student Union.
HERRON, Allene-Assoc. Prof. of Music.
LAND, Louise M.-Dir. of the Student Union.
LEE, BC.-Assoc. Prof. of Engineering.
LUNDQUIST, Corian S.-Prof. of Home Economics.
MARTIN, Robert F.-Asst. Prof. of Economics.
MARTING, Barbara J.-Asst. Prof. of Sec. Science.
MAVES, Vivien VV.-Assoc. Prof. of Psychology.
MCGURK, Deane-Asst. Dir. of Women's Counseling.
McKOWN, Edgar M.-Prof. of Philosophy and Religion.
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MECKERT, Ruth-Instructor of Flute, Music Preparatory School.
MEGLI, Darrell G.-lnstructor of Physics.
MILES, Kelly G.-Assoc. Prof. of Physics, Head of Dept.
MILEY, Leslie, Jr.-Instructor of Art.
NOLTE, Paul-Asst. Prof. of Music.
OSBORNE, Robert L.-Asst. Prof. of Art, Head of Dept.
OWEN, Elizabeth K.-Asst. to the Dir. of Student Union.
PATBERG, Thornton B.-Director of Admissions.
RAPP, Robert M.-Asst. Prof. of Music, Choir Dir.
REA, Naomi K.-Dir. of Food Services.
ROBERTSON, Charles W.-Prof. of Biology.
ROWLAND, Robert R.-Asst. to the President in charge of
lations and Development.
SAMPSON, Delbert J.-Prof. of Psychology, Head of Dept.
SCHOENE, Russell L.-Visiting Instructor of Physical Science.
SCHOETTELKOTTE, Charles T,-Lecturer of Philosophy and Religion.
SCHREIBER, Emma J.-Bookstore Manager.
SELFRIDGE, Cecil B.-Assoc. Prof. of Music.
SEYFFERT, Peter H.-Asst. Prof. of Modern Languages.
SHAFER, Wilma C.-Assoc. Prof. of Education.
STAPLIN, Carl B.-Instructor of Music, on leave of absence.
STIELER, Ida M.-Assoc. Prof. of P.E.
STONE, Clifford E.-Asst. Prof. of Marketing.
STRUCEL, John J.-Instructor of English.
TALBOTT, Norbert G.-Lecturer of Philosophy and Religion.
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TAPLEY, Earl M.-Dir. of Graduate Studie
TAYLOR, Marzee-Sec. School of Nursing.
THOMPSON, Helen M.-Instructor of Art.
TSAI, Mau Sung-Asst. Prof. of Economics
TYLER, C. Arthur-Admissions Counselor.
WELLER, Lowell E.-Prof. of Chemistry, Head of Dept
WELSH, Margaret L.-Instructor of English
WERKING, F. Woody-Prof. of Modern Languages Head of Dept
WIDICK J Donald Dir. of Alumni Altairs.
WILSON Robert L Dir. of Special Educational Services.
l' WINTERNHEIMER Clarence G.-Asst. Prof. of Engineering.
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Strictly a military gal, Sandy Van Arsdall was chosen Military Ball Queen by
R.O.T.C. cadets and was later chosen as Armed Forces Day Queen.
ROTC selects queen,
Campus cheers champs
Sandy Van Arsdall was named honorary cadet colonel of the
Evansville College ROTC detachment at the annual Military
Ball April l8, T964 in Carson Center.
Sandy was chosen by a popular vote ot all ROTC cadets.
Other tinalists were Billie Sue Stirn and Bonnie Washington.
All are members ot Angel Flight, an honorary group spon-
sored by Arnold Air Society.
ln other Spring activities, EC. students cheered the basketball
Aces at a special pep gathering on the tront lawn of the cam-
pus. Special guests were the players, coaches, and representa-
tives ot local news media.
The Union Board hosted the second hootenanny as students
heard the Kinsmen from Southern Illinois University sing popu-
lar folk songs and ballads.
More than 300 couples danced beneath the umbrella of a parachute, to the music of the Military Air Transport Band.
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Cheerleaders Kendra Beesley, Connie Krause, Joy Hankins, Beth Edwards, Connie Hughey and Dennis Armour lead yells at the pep rally on the front lawn before
the finol championship game of the N.C.A.A. small college basketball tournament.
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Peace and quiet may be found in many places on E.C.'s campus. Bob
Miles found solitude one spring day in front of the Union Building.
The Kinsmen from Southern Illinois University perform at the hootenanny for
350 bermuda-clad students in the Great Hall of the Union Building.
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Eight candidates for the Miss
E.C. title were Nira Zuroske, Su-
zanne Zaieck, Barbara Robin-
son, Tammi Neu, Jill Montgom-
ery, Jeanne McCulley, Carol
Blackburn, and Kendra Beesley.
Kendra Beesley smiled with pride and happiness after she
was chosen Miss Evansville College of l964.
Peter, Paul, and Mary highlighted the second Spring Weekend for Evans-
ville College students.
An audience of 4,lOO listened as the trio sang folk songs and ballads at
the opening event April 24.
Friday night eight coeds vied for the Miss Evansville College crown, which
was won by Kendra Beesley. Other candidates in the contest were Jill Mont-
gomery, tirst runner-up, Carol Blackburn, second runner-up, Tammi Neu,
Jeanne McCulley, Barbara Robinson, Suzanne Zaieck, and Nira Zuroske.
The planning and supervision of the Spring Weekend were organized by
The Club "39", under the leadership of Don Vogel,
After the program, students crowded around Mary to obtain her autograph.
Paul and Mary headline Spring Weekend
Peter iPaul?J is fenced in by enthusiastic fans hoping to learn something of his fascinating life as a folk singer.
Peter, Paul, and Mary, nationally known
folk singers, kicked off Spring Weekend
with such popular songs as "Five-hundred
Miles" and "Puff, the Magic Dragon".
Jill Montgomery, Carol Blackburn, who was elected
Miss Congeniality, and Kendra Beesley were chosen
finalists from among eight coeds competing for the
title of Miss E.C.
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The grandstands were filled with spectators, and women's organizations cheered for competing teams at the Big "39" bicycle race. Phi Mu Sorority, wearing
S.A.E. colors of purple and gold, won the outstanding coed sponsor trophy,
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Kendra Beesley, Miss Evansville Col-
lege of I964, leads the pace lap at
.YQ Big "39" bicycle race which was run
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Lambda Chi Alpha
Wins "Big 39" race
Nine teams spent weeks practicing and toning muscles in prepara-
tion for the Spring Weekend Big "39" mile bicycle race at the
Boonville High School track.
Lambda Chi Alpha lapped eight teams to vvin the race tor the
second consecutive year.
Finishing second was Dorm Team l, third was Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
fourth was Dorm Team 2, fifth was Tau Kappa Epsilon.
lt is not unusual for boys to take an occasional spill from a bike as they peddle
for precious seconds.
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Kendra Beesley presents a trophy to Fred Dormeier as Gary Katterhenry and
Garry Bledsoe look on.
Gene Van Stone, Fred Dormeier, Ed Coleman and Bill Minnis, members of the victorious Lambda Chi team, are flanked by Gary Katterhenry, Garry Bledsoe,
Kendra Beesley, and a table of trophies.
A group of Student Slate backers gathers on the Union 'Building steps and awaits the election results.
Ten Student Government Associations candidates are lclockwisel Earl McCurdy, Rick Matthiesen, Jerry Linzy, Sharon Ross, Bar
bara Hawkins, Sally Elliott, Marilyn Nonte, Jim Clark, and Paul Jolly.
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All-Campus Party members parade in tront of the Union Building with signs
urging students to elect their candidates.
Presidential hopeful Earl McCurdy is photographed as he cast his vote in
the Union Building on election day.
All-Campus party wins 4 of 5 S.G.A. offices
Earl McCurdy was elected president of the Student Govern-
ment Association in an election that saw the All-Campus Party
win all but one ot the top SGA ottices.
Lone victor for the Student Slate Party was Jim Clark, vice-
president. Other winners tor the All-Campus Party were Donna
Matthiesen, secretary, Jerry Linzy, treasurer, and Sharon Ross,
Losing Student Slate candidates were Paul Jolly for president,
Marilyn Nonte tor secretary, Sally Elliott for treasurer, and
Barbara Hawkins for delegate-at-large. Rick lvlatthiesen was the
All Campus party's losing candidate tor vice-president.
Posters, handbills, and endless hours ot campaign speeches
all added to the excitement ot the students as they vied for
the important government ottices.
Dave Matthiesen applies the oft-used loud speaker gimmick to urge students to
vote for All-Campus Party Candidates.
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Evansville College R.O.T.C. color guard adds a spark of patriotism with the American flag and Evansville College Flag.
Colonel Fraser Rodman presents the American Ordnance
Association Award to Cadet Captain Billy D. Walker.
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Angel Flight, the women's "version" of R.O.T.C. marched in step during the May Day open
May Day activities
The annual May Honors Day festivities included a free
lunch, athletic events and the crowning of the T964 May
Queen. Dr. Wilma Shafer, associate professor of educa-
tion, was named favorite professor. Mrs. Henry Bentley,
mother of Sandra Bentley, was named senior mother of the
Wanda Young, representing Alpha Omicron Pi, was elected
May Queen. The members of the queen's court were Gloria
Robinson, Diana Harris, Jean Wolter, and Sandy Bates.
Awards and recognitions were made in a total of 53
classifications. The James E. Morlock Fraternity Community
Service Award was won by Sigma Phi Epsilon. Wayne
Boultinghouse received the William V. Slylcer Athletic
Students are found everywhere on the campus relaxing during the May Day activities and
enioying picnic lunches.
Judy Price of Phi Mu and Susan Roell of Zeta Tau Alpha compete in the egg throw
Allen McCutchan congratulates Wanda Young with
the traditional kiss, Wanda was crowned May Day
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Dr. Melvin W. Hyde, assisted by Mr. Kenneth Jones, registrar, presented diplomas to 349 seniors
at the lO6th Evansville College commencement exercises on June l, l964, at Roberts Municipal
President Melvin W. Hyde eeeeeeeee eeeee honorary 349 5eni0r5 are graduated
doctorates at commencement to Dr. Arthur S. Adams,
the Rev. Charles W. Ballard and the Rev. Richard L.
Graduating seniors, both pen-
sive and smiling, leave the Meth-
odist Temple where the bacca-
laureate sermon was delivered
by the Rev. Dr. Byron F. Stroh,
executive assistant to Bishop
Richard C. Raines of the Indiana
Area of the Methodist Church.
Dr. Arthur S. Adams, former
president of the American Coun-
cil on Education and head of
the Salzburg Seminar in Ameri-
can Studies, addressed the sen-
iors at the commencement exere
of ALPHA OMICRON PI
Alpha Omicron Pi vvas founded January 2, l897, aT
Barnard College of Columbia UniversiTy in New York,
N. Y, The Casfalian LiTerary Soc:ieTy became The Chi
Lambda ChapTer of Alpha Omicron Pi aT Evansville
College in June of l95l.
Each November The AOPi pledges give a Tea for The
oTher sororiTy pledge classes. AnoTher AOPI TradiTion
is honoring faculfy and adminisTraTion members vviTh
a Tea before The beginning of The ChrisTmas vacaTion.
The AOPi sororiTy color is cardinal, and The sororiTy
flower is The Jacaueminof Rose. The sororiTy's naTional
magazine is named To Dragma. lvlrs. Corian Lund-
quisf, professor of home economics, is faculTy advisor
for The chapTer.
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Taylor 515,-n Kolb Walsh McCu'rchan Barnett
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Barbara Barbara Connie o Joyce Mary Ann Mary Ann Ramona Karen
Basham Brown Doughiy Hankins Hnrvpv Hull Hvde Kiefer Llppgldf
Charleen Jeanne Carolyn Ginny Sylvia Tammi Anneffe Anne NCUCY
Macken McCulley McCullough Meyer Nenneker Neu Nolen Pampe Roser
As a member of the Union House Core Committee, Ramona Kiefer worked at the
Committee's booth on Activities Day.
Sharon ANNO Sondfv Judi Sandra Jackie
Ross Ruckmfln Smith Stratman Van Arsdall Walton
AOPi pledge Juanita Kelley receives her trophy for being
selected "Miss Watermelon Bust" at the annual Lambda Chr
Alpha Watermelon Bust dance in September.
Gdyle Sue Annie Barbara Karen Jeannie Juanita
Wilson Blaine Bowers DeFrehn Doerner Jones Kelley
Gail Karen Kathy Mary Sue Robynn Connie
Mohrman N0rriS Pride Scea Schelosky Schlundt Sturm
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Chi Epsilon Chapter
of CHI OMEGA
Chi O Man of the Year
The Chi Epsilon Chapter of Chi Omega was installed
at Evansville College in l95l. Nationally, the soror-
ity was founded April 5, l895, at the University of
Throughout the year the women of Chi Omega were
active in sponsoring a Spring Formal, a Founders'
Day Dinner, a Favorite Professor Breakfast in the
spring, an annual trip to one of the city's orphan-
ages, and an Easter egg hunt for neighborhood and
Chi O Kendra Beesley was named lvliss Evansville
College in the spring of l9o4. Cardinal and straw
are the sorority colors, and their flower is the white
carnation. lvlrs. Katherine Long, wife of Dr. Dean
Long, Vice-President of the College, is faculty advis-
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lege in the spring of I964 and represented the
College in the 1964 Miss Indiana contest.
Karen Adams dribbles to victory in the bas-
ketball dribbling contest during the Satur-
day Homecoming events.
Bonnie Washington, Kendra Beesley, and Dorinda Dudley CSTANDING left to
rightl converse with guests at an open house in the Chi O suite at Moore Hall.
Linda Marilyn Ann Karen Kendra Rosalee Helen Bobbye Sue GCIYlO
Branaman Nonte Fisher Adams Beesley Buchenberger Caradine Clary Dflme
Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Pat Beth Nancy .lane Pat Ann Melissa Cherie Pam
DePriest Edwards Harmon Huffman Jefterson Kinnaird Malone Meyer Miller
Charlotte Betsy Judy Sharon Linda Liz Betty Tammy Nira
O'Reilly Porch Shafer Tucker Waren Weiss Wilson Young Zuroske
Connie Maryann Connie Barbara Martha Sarah Barbara Karlena Bonnie
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Delta Lambda Chapter
of PHI MU
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The Delta Lambda chapter of Phi Mu was chartered
on the Evansville College campus in T952 Nation-
ally the sorority was founded at Wesleyan Col-
lege in Macon, Georgia, on March 4, 1852.
The annual Presentation Ball, the only formal Greek
dance on the campus, is one of the highlights on the
Phi lvlu social calendar. At this dance the pledge
class is presented to the faculty of the college.
Phi lvlu's are active in all campus organizations and
events. One project of the Phi lvlu's is the adoption
of Dale Vaughn, a seven-year-old orphan at the
Hillcrest Home. They visit Dale very often and
take her along with them to sports events, the zoo,
and "downtown" shopping.
The pink carnation is the Phi Mu flovver, and the
official colors are pink and white. Dr. Wilma Scha-
fer, associate professor of education, is faculty ad-
visor for the chapter.
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Donna Mary Ann Karen Carol Mary Ann Nancy
Matthiesen Schriefel' Allen Blackburn Bonds Bowers
Pam Carol Darlene Kay Connie Vicki Jennifer Judi Judy
Brown Hancock Harrison Hawk Hughey Jaquess Jones Keneipp Mason
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Hall after being pledged Sat., Oct. 3.
Phi Mu Carol Blackburn
was named "Miss Conge-
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contest in the spring of
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Zefci Alpha ChopTer
of ZETA TAU ALPHA
The ZeTo Alpho chopTer of ZeTo Tou Alpho
wos insTolled on SepTember 27, l964, oT
Eyonsville College when ZeTo Tou Alpho ond
BeTo Sigmo Omicron noTionol sororiTies were
combined. The locol chcipTer wos formerly
The BeTo TheTo ChopTer of BeTo Sigmo Omi-
NoTionolly, The ZeTo's were founded Ocfober
T5, l898, oT Longwood College in Formville,
Virginio. Lyndo Bird Johnson, doughTer of
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Mrs. ElizobeTh Owen, ossisTonT To The di-
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Iota Mu Chapter
o LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
The lota lvlu Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha was
chartered on The Evansville College campus Novem-
ber l9, 1956. Nationally Lambda Chi was founded
at Boston College in Boston, Mass., on March 22,
The local chapter had a successful year. They placed
Hrst in the Big 39 Bicycle Race forthe second straight
year. Each fall The Chi's sponsor a "Watermelon
Bust," an all-campus dance. This year Juanita Kelley
reigned as "Miss Watermelon Bust" in one of the
many activities held at the dance.
The group also had a "Roaring Twenties party.
The chapter ranked first in scholarship among E.C.'s
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Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl
Don Paul Jim George Robert Steve
Vann Jolly Wootton Porch Wilson Aufderhar
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Advisor
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Baile BOTHSS Bartlett Beck Bischmann Black Bledsoe Blemker Boots Borre
Ed Jim Milt Bill Jim Joe Bob Chuck Jim 0
Bradley Browning Butterworth Carr Conn Cook Cook Dannheiser Dawson Dishman
Tom Gary Joe David Dave
DUFWLNQ Edwards Edwards English Fulkerson
Curt Steve Terry Chris Steve
Hahn Hahn Hartman Herdel Hubele
Dave Rich Wayne Bill John
Little Martin Mayes Minnis
Harry Bill Dan Don Butch
Ronsdell Scales Shackelford Smith Smith
Phil Doug Virgil Gene Dave
Winfield Wink Vandever Vanstone
Rich Charles Bob Tom Nick
Gilreath Given Glaser Grim Haan
Rand Tony Larry Van Bill
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Gary Bill Tom
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Bob Ed Alan Bud Jerry
Zimmermann Ziemer Apfelstadt Barnes Brown
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Blledel Campbell Gabriel Goergen
Bob Brian Rick Larry RON Rick
Harper Hearn Hohimer Hurst Johnson
Mike Bob Ron Dave
Minton Phelps Powless Riggs
Frank AI Danny Jerry Ken Terry
RUtigliOf1O Sartore Schellhase Snyder Vickery Vincent
Indiana Epsilon Chapter
of SIGMA ALPHA EPSILCN
The Indiana Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha
Epsilon was chartered on the Evansville Col-
lege campus December l5, l957. Nationally,
SAE was founded in January of i856 at the
University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala-
The local chapter has a lion gracing the lawn
of their house, as is traditional of chapters
across the nation. ln the spring, the local
SAE's invite their mothers for the lVlother's
Day Weekend. Another annual affair on the
SAE social calendar is their Casino Party,
held during the fall rush months.
Qfficial SAE colors are gold and violet, and
the official flower is the violet. lvlr. Millard
Pace, assistant professor of marketing, is the
r chapter advisor.
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of SIGMA PHI EPSILON
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Sig Eps capped second place in the Homecoming display Men's Division with their home-brewed "Still 'Em
Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart
Sigma Phi Epsilon was the first national fraternity
to be chartered on the Evansville College campus
on March 12, i955. The Sig Eps celebrated their
tenth anniversary on campus this spring with a big
weekend of festivities. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded
at Richmond, Virginia, on November i, l9Ol.
The Sig Eps were presented the James E. Morlock
Community Service trophy in May, TQ64, for their
service to the school and community.
A tradition at all Sig Ep houses across the country is
a red front door.
The Violet and the American Beauty Rose are the
fraternity flowers with the official colors being pur-
ple and red. Dr. Ralph Coleman, professor of math-
ematics, is faculty advisor to the chapter.
Dick Eric Ralph John Maury Mike Fred Steve Dick Jack
We,-king Matthiesen Brefz Hgll Rohleder Barnett Barton Bauman Brandenstein Brenton
Vice-president Recorder Secretary Controller Advisor
Tom Chuck Edward Jim Gary Ed Dale Terry Jim Bob
Cook Daniels Diekmann French Fuquay Hancock Hennessey Ising Jansen Keil
Bob John John Jerry Jim Bill Dennis Jerry Ed Vernon
Kerney Kidwell Kimm Kirves Kohlmeyer Lateulere Lauer Lawrence Letsinger Mann
Mark Roy Michael Tom Tom Mike Dick Tony Ray Don
Meyers McDonald McLaughlin Niedermeier Rice Schroer Shrader Starks Trapp Vogel
Dave Kirby Lino Bob Bob Jim Bob Jack Ed Dick
White Wilson Wiseman Albright DeKemper Dye Fisher Frick Grammer Hendry
Ray Doug Lee Fritz Dave George Lloyd Wayne Chuck Warren
Huebschmcxnn Huston Jennings Kiechle Long Randall Shaffer Trevathan Watson Wilhelm
to Tau Kappa Epsilon
Zeta Beta chapter ot Tau Kappa Epsilon was char-
tered at Evansville College in lvlay ot l957. Teke was
founded as a national traternity in January ot TBQ9
at Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Ill. It
ranks as the largest international fraternity, with 2l2
chapters in the United States and Canada.
Locally, the Tekes annually sponsor an all-campus
lawn party in the tall, treat orphans to an Easter
egg hunt in the spring, and terminate social activities
with their traditional Red Carnation Ball. This tall
the Tekes topped all traternities in scholarship, This
year the Telces added a mascot to their chapter
house, a Doberman pinscher named Penny.
The red carnation is the ofticial flower ,ot the tra-
ternity, and the otoricial colors are cherry and gray.
Mr. Birk Harl, instructor ot sociology, is taculty ad-
Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart
visor and lvlr. A. C. Biggs, superintendent of build-
ings and grounds, is chapter advisor.
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Tau Kappa Epsilon hosts a coke party on its front lawn for
E. C. students.
The exterior of the Teke House at llO3 Lincoln Ave. gets a
"facelift" with new coats of white paint applied by the Teke
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Jean Petr is named sweetheart of Sigma Phi Epsilon at the frciternity's spring
formal at the Hotel Vendome. Sig Ep brothers, holding candles, sing the Sig
Ep Sweetheart song to Jean.
sponsor formal dances
Each of the Greek organizations on campus sponsors a spring
formal at which time each fraternity or sorority names a sweet-
heart or favorite guy.
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority chose their "AOPi Favorite Guy,"
Earl McCurdy, at a dance at the Evansville Country Club. The
Chi Omega's also chose the Country Club as the site of their
formal where they named Dave Land "Chi O Man of the Year."
Phi Mu elected Dave Matthiesen their "Phi Mu Flame" at a
dance at the Hotel lvlcCurdy. Harry Ransdell was named Zeta
Tau Alpha favorite guy at a dance at the Open Gate.
The men of Lambda Chi Alpha traveled to the Owensboro Mo-
tor lnn for their formal and named Gayla Dame the T964
"Crescent Girl." Sigma Alpha Epsilon named Anita Ruckman
their sweetheart at a dance at the Elks Lodge. The men of Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon selected Jean Petr as their sweetheart at a
dance at the Venclome Hotel. The Open Gate was the scene for
the Tau Kappa Epsilon spring formal, where Jean Dezelan was
named Teke sweetheart.
AOPi Jeanne McCulley and date Dick Schleicher dance to fast-tempo music at the AOPi spring formal at the Evansville
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Freshmen name queen
at Icebreaker Dance
Two social activities gave students a change of pace from the
back-to-school routine of registration and adiustment to new
teachers, classrooms, and roommates. The Icebreaker Dance
honoring incoming freshmen and an Activities Day were
.scheduled for the beginning of the fall quarter.
Susan Palmer, a nursing maior from Speedway, Ind., was
crowned Icebreaker Queen at the dance in Carson Center
Sept. 26. Other freshman candidates were Sue Schelosky, of
Evansville, Peggy Ferriel, of Terrace Park, O., Jan Fitzpatrick,
of Evansville, Leanne Howerter, of Quincy, III., Lizette Burns,
of Indianapolis, Ind., and Treva Alldredge, of Mt. Vernon,
Ind. The queen was elected by freshmen who attended the
Union Board sponsored Activities Day Oct. 6-a day in which
students were able to ioin campu.s clubs and organizations.
Q Susan Palmer was crowned 1964 Icebreaker Queen at the dance September 26
Freshman candidates for the I964 Icebreaker Queen were Sue Schelosky, Peggy Ferriel, Susan Palmer, Jan Fitzpatrick, Lizette Burns and Treva Alldredge.
.lan Fitzpatrick and Connie Kellerman encourage freshman women to ioin Gamma Delta, a social sorority for freshmen.
Marilyn Kendall campaigns on-campus to get E.C. students to ioin the
Young Democrats Club.
The kissing booth, sponsored by the Union Board Publicity Committee, causes
a few students to pucker with disappointment. Smiling Pam Miller is one stu-
dent who knew the kisses were only candy.
Rushees Karen Doerner and Ruth Ann Ritchie enioy fruit from the Hawaiian Islands at the Alpha Omicron Pi luau. AOPi actives Lana Barnett and Nancy Roser
serve the girls.
Evansville College's four social sororities pledged 58 women
Oct. 3 to culminate three weeks of rush activities.
Phi Mu pledged l9 women, Alpha Omicron Pi, lo, Zeta Tau
Alpha, l5, and Chi Omega, 8.
Rush activities began with the sororities entertaining pro-
spective pledges at casual rotation parties in the suites at
Moore Hall. The following week, the sororities feted rushees
at informal theme parties also staged in the Moore Hall
suites. Sorority actives are hostesseslat formal rush dessert
parties, the final event on the fall rush calendar.
The rushees were pledged the following Saturday and be-
gan their pledgeship by donning "pledge pods" and enter-
ta-ining actives at slumber parties at the fraternity houses.
Zeta Tau Alpha actives take rushees Mary Ashburn Koch and Peggy
Yuska back to their childhood through a storybook route leading the way
to Mother Goose Land. Carol Bass and Nancy Morris serve sugar and
spice "goodies" to the rushees.
Chi Omega's Kendra Beesley and Ann Kinnaird show rushees Connie
Krause and Connie Cartwright the way to the Land of Chi Oz.
Four sororities fete rushees
with informal theme parties
Rushees Gail Mohrmon and Pam Morris discard their shoes for "magic" slippers
which take them to the oriental world of Phi Mu. Actives Carol Vaught and
Jackie Thompson guide them to the "House of the Pink Carnation."
The winning Lambda Chi Alpha display depicted little elves scurrying to paint the Ball State Cardinals purple.
Lambda Chi Alpha, men's division, Phi Mu, women's divi-
sion, and Hughes Hall, Class A division, captured first
place victories in the T964 Homecoming display competi-
Runner-up in the men's division was Sigma Phi Epsilon
with a display entitled "Still 'Em Aces." Runner-up in the
women's division was Alpha Omicron Pi with a display,
"There's o Victory Brewing." Second place in the Class A
division went to Tau Kappa Epsilon for their display, "Stack
the Cards, Aces."
Organizations competed for trophies in the Saturday
morning activities, and cars 'filled with students paraded
to Reitz Bowl for the Homecoming game which sow the
grid Aces defeated by Boll State, 23-16.
The i964 Homecoming dance "Ghost Sonata," held at
Car-son Center, on Halloween night, ended the doy's ac-
tivities. Marilyn McCutchan and Dale Hennessey were gen-
eral chairmen of the entire Homecoming weekend.
A giant football player with the mechanical ability to cage a Cardinal
was placed in front of Hughes Hall. The display was entitled "Cage
. . . i964
Autumn leaves became the
setting for the reigning i964
Homecoming Queen, Sandra
Van Arsdall, representing Al-
pha Omicron Pi sorority.
Phi Mus display placed in front of the college drive, depicted the Purple Aces flushing a Cardinal down the drain
Sandy Van Arsdall crowned
queen of Homecoming events
Sandra Van Arsdall, ACDPi, reigned over Homecoming 1964. Climax of the 26th
Homecoming weekend was the "Ghost Sonata" dance on Saturday night, Octo-
Honored at the dance with Sandra were her attendants, Gayle Champion,
Nursing Association, Jeanne Dezelan, Franklin House, Connie Hughey, Phi Mu,
Jan Jordan, Moore Hall and Bonnie Washington, Chi Omega.
Trophies tor the Saturday morning events were awarded to Hughes Hall for the
men's tricycle race, for the tug-of-war and tor the greatest participation in the
car caravan to Reitz Bowl. Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the Balloon Bust and the
horse and rider relay.
Chi Omega won three events-the women's tricycle race, the bubble gum blow-
ing contest and the basketball relay-during the morning activities. Zeta Tau
Alpha was the winner ofthe wheelbarrow relay.
Performing a speedy exchange are Gayla Dame and Tammy Young, mem-
bers of Chi Omega's winning bicycle team.
Of this horse and rider relay team, the horse, not the rider, complained
on the day after. The contest was won by Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
The men of Hughes Hall pulled themselves to victory in the tug-of-war contest.
Kendra Beesley, center, won for Chi Omega the trophy for !,'f
the bubble gum blowing contest. I
The Homecoming Queen and her court are Jean Dezelcin, Franklin House: Bonnie Washington, Chi Omega, Queen
Gayle Champion, Nursing Associotiong .lan Jordan, Moore Holly and Connie Hughey, Phi Mu.
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E Doug Henry, center, Pi Delta Epsilon representative, is shown with Richard Barter and Sandra
Ethridge, both of Central High School. Richard Barter won one of the S150 iournalism scholar-
ships, the other was won by Lynn Tuholski of Harrison High School. Sandra was the alternate
winner in the contest.
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for Neu Chapel
Athletic events, Journalism Day, campaign visits,
and a Watermelon Bust-these were all a part
ofthe tall activities on campus.
The E.C. football team started the season with a
winning streak. Some 288 students from 22 high
schools attended Journalism Day, sponsored by
Evansville College and The Evansville Courier.
Groundbreaking for the 5400,000 Neu Chapel
was begun this tall. The limestone building, with
a seating capacity ot 500, is scheduled for com-
pletion bythe fall of l965.
Several politicians-Hubert Humphrey, William
Scranton, Vance Hartke and Birch Bayh-visited
the campus prior to the Nov. 4 election.
A bulldozer tells a tree at the site of the proposed S400,000 Neu Chapel.
Jerry Lawrence, left, representing Sigma Phi Epsilon, presents President Lyndon B. Johnson
the Sig-Ep-Man-of-the-Year Award. Behind Johnson is Senator Vance Hartke, an E.C. Alum.
Win or lose, the shaving cream contest at the Lambda Chi
Watermelon Bust is a mess.
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to serve resident students
Harper Residence Dining Center, which is situated across from
Carson Center, was dedicated on Oct. 20. The dining center is
named for Dr. Earl Harper, who was president of the college from
T927 until 1936. The building includes two cateterias, a lounge
and lobby, three private dining rooms, and a snack and soda bar.
Evansville College Theater, in conjunction with Evansville Children's
Theater presented its tirst children's play this season. The produc-
tion ot "Aladdin" was directed by Mrs. Sam Smiley.
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FRONT ROW: Left to right, Sharon Patrick, Joy Jackson, Mary Jo Vingis, Martha McChesney, Barbara Eberhart, Linda Dorre, Susan Elder, and Janice Hougland.
ROW TWO: Elaine Porter, Joan Krentler, Barbara Criswell, Jane Ann Bauman, Camille Beltord, Deena Butler, Juanita Kelley, and Sue Williams. BACK ROW:
Darlene Tottman, Mary Woodall, Becky Hauselman, Iris Stewart, Diane Sutherlin, Donna Prell, Jan Huff, and Barbara Bryan-.
First Floor Main Section
Moore Hall, the second dormitory constructed at Evansville
College, became the residence of l2O women in the tall of
l9oO. By the tall ot l963, a north and south wing had been
added, and the dorm now houses 246 women.
Mrs. Sallie Field is head resident tor Moore Hall.
JillSMontgomery, a senior from Eldorado, lll., was named tirst
runner-up in the i964 Miss Evansville College contest.
ln the tall ot l964, freshman Susan Palmer, of Speedway, lnd.,
was elected Icebreaker Queen by members of the freshman
Jill Montgomery was chosen Miss United Fund, and Jan Jordan,
a sophomore from Cincinnati, O., was Moore Hall's candidate
tor Homecoming Queen.
Moore Hall girls sponsored an open house during the i964
Homecoming Activities and a party with a Halloween theme.
The women were the coed sponsors tor the Lambda Chi Alpha
team at the "Big 39" Spring Week-end bike race.
Moore Hall olticers for i964-65 are Sherril MacDonald, presi-
dent, Bonnie Mills, vice-president, Sharon Hayden, secretary,
Winnie King, historian, Patti Halkowich, publicity, and Mary Del-
zell, chairman of religious activities.
Leslie Hume, sophomore, gets word from home via the Moore Hall mail system.
First Floor North and South Wings
FRONT ROW: Sharon Hayden, Cindy Hudson, Libby Hale, Leslie Hume, Judy Vosburgh, Janet Schlosser, Juanice Miller, Sondra Hutchison, Diane
Marshall, Roberta Diidich. ROW TWO: Marcia Melvin, Beth Ann Bays, Lynne Anne Werner, Barbara Cole, Mary Anna Hull, Laurie Knuth, Jane Fowler
Donna Ramsey, and Judy Zwayer. BACK ROW: Michele Pauley, Jimmy Chambers, Erin
Nancy Harmon, Judy Cron, and Barb Sabo.
Hope, Becky Conawey, JoAnne Kramer, Phyllis Blake
FRONT ROW: Betsy Zaharako, Fran Cobb, Sandy Wagner, Nancy Nadler, Jan Bierod, Pat White, Mary Delzell, Lee Howard, Ruth Ritchie, and Susan Holmes.
SECOND ROW: Sandy Montgomery, Susan Lampson, Karen Fox, Sue Michael, Donna Boyd, Linnea Stula, Lois Bricker, Peggy' Yuska, Cheryl Schneck, Barbara
Elzer. BACK ROW: Jan Jordan, Betsy Anderson, Marcia Hunter, Sue Anderson, Lynne Holtzapple, Lucky Shepherd, Mary Esther Hornick, Jane Williams, Patsy
Ellis, Brent Moore, Mim Ratlift.
Second Floor North and South Wings
FRONT ROW: Diane Jump, Donna McElderry, Judy Ansburg, Cheryle Mueller, Sandy Paddick, Sally Hansen, Sandee Thompson, Connie Cartwright, and
Betty Martin, ROW TWO: Lee Howerter, Barb Graman, Frances Harlan, Caroline Parker, Jodi Leisure, Karen Anderson, Joy Reagan, Linda Hansen, and
Judy Jones. BACK ROW: Gayla Williams, Karin Nelson, Phyllis Haines, Connie Stoelting, Dotty Orsburg, Barbara DeFrehn, Gina Voight, Michelle Anderson,
Kathie Kinnard, Karen Sneed, and Susan Caylor.
Thlrd Floor Mom Sechon
FRONT ROW Jo Anne Chafhn Joy Hana Marcella Bradley Petrlne Chrlsteln Susan Shaw Lennie Rodgers Sue Prevo Peggy Young Duane Wyrnck Beth
Kanser Vick: Schmlclf ROW TWO Marcia Werle Nancy Jordan Sharon Overman Brenda Jackson Sharon Smnthen Llncla Osburn Diana DeVoss Nancy
Ewlng Faye McElfresh Linda Collins BACK ROW Llzefte Burns Nancy Roser Norma Augushne Sharron Sonner Gail Mohrman Bobbye Sue Clary Harrlet Reach
FRONT ROW: Janet Boyer, Cheryl Deming, Brenda Knowles, Ann Hostettler, Edwina Jordon, and Audrita Mast. ROW TWO: Bonnie Mills, Marsha Jett,
Susan Hession, Marcia Clark, Diane Decker, Lu Ann Barnes, and Sally Elliott. BACK ROW: Claudia Chase, Winnie King, Susan Wilson, Karen Jensen,
Cheryl Lovin, Judy Wells, and Norma Simcox.
Third Floor North Wing and Basement
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Senior Billie Sue Stirn is one of many
Moore Hall girls who operate the
Harper Dining Center, open for the first time in the fall of 1964, is enioyecl by Moore Hall women, from left, Michelle Anderson, Gino
Voight, Diane cle Jonckheere, and Susan Palmer.
Jane Fowler, Phyllis Haines, and Dixie Johnson stop to talk
in the lobby of the dorm.
Enjoying television in the coed lounge ore Leslie Humes, STANDING, cmd Jane
Fowler ond Lindo Leith, SEATED.
The n T Hughes Hall have led an active lite on campus This
The men accumulated The most points in The intramural sports
and won The all-sports trophy in l964.
ln May Day activities, they pulled themselves to victory in The
Tug-ot-war, and They drove away with The Trophy Tor The
Two ot Their Teams placed second and tourth in The "39"
During homecoming weekend They built a lawn display that
won Hrst place in The Class A division. They pedaled To a victory
in The Tricycle race and pulled Tirst place in The tug-of-war during
The Saturday morning activities.
Hughes men elected The following ofhcers tor Their dormitory:
Bob Taylor, president, Carroll Davis, vice-president, John Sharp,
secretary, Grover Cleveland, Treasurer, and' Brian Stamler, his-
Torian. The men affectionately call Housemother Mrs. Irene
Ogden "Mom." Six men from Hughes Hall were elected S.G.A.
and class otTicers. Jim Clark, a senior from New Haven, Indiana,
was elected vice-president ot SGA. last spring. Tom Moore
was elected president of The freshman class, and Tony Burroughs
was elected Treasurer of The Treshman class. Herb Williams, a
varsity basketball player was elected vice-president of his sopho-
more class. Winston Evans was elected president of The junior
class, and Ben Brewster was elected vice-president ot The senior
First Floor Main Section
ROW ONE: Chip Sanders, Mike Beard, Russ Edmon-dson, and Robert Taylor. ROW TWO: Charles Baute, Stephen Edmondson, Mike Wellemeyer, Gregory Black
and Jerry Shelton. BACK ROW: Garold Ashley, John Robert Brown, Herb Williams, John Sharp, Samuel Watkins, and Stephen White.
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FRONT ROW: Bernard Schrader, Denny Armour, Lon Youngblood, Max Dawson, Dan Morris, Carl Hays, Gordon Raymond, Lorenzo H. Murdaugh.
ROW TWO: .lack Frick, Dan Steinke, Lloyd Shaffer, Benny Springston, Jackie Matthews, Bell McCall, Jim Kemper, George Newbury, and Alan Kemp.
BACK ROW: Dennis Avery, Bob Wake, Gary Schulte, Tim Chambers, Dave Boots, Harold D. Gordon, Benny Brewster, Gary E. Kirk, and Mark Horton.
First Floor North and South Wings
Hughes Hall men pull
themselves to a victory
in the Homecoming tug-
FRONT ROW: George Coyle, Willard Lautner Mike McCluslcey Scott Baumgartner Ron Dunn Stephen Simpson Richard Noggle and Randy Young ROW TWO
Steve Hargis, David Huffman, Mike McCammon Stephen Schulz John Pyle Tony Asher David Nuebschman Bill Gray ancl LesterW Morgan BACK ROW Steve
Haines, Dennis Nutty, Sam Allen Bll Fitzgerald Steve Murray Bull Carrara RiclcJodkc1 and Mike Nicoson
Posing on the library steps
are the officers of Hughes
and Moore Halls. Hughes
Hall ofiicers, from top to
bottom, are Bob Taylor,
president, Carroll Davis, vice
president, John Sharp, secre-
tary, Grover Cleveland,
treasurer, and Brian Stamler,
historian. Moore Hall ofti-
cers, from top to bottom, are
Sherril MocDonald, presi-
dent, Bonnie Mills, vice-
president, Sharon Hayden,
secretary, Winnie King, his-
torian, Patti Halkowich, pub-
licity, and Mary Delzell,
chairman of religious life.
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When Steve White, freshman, gets angry with his
roommate, he retaliates.
Dave Schlansker, Tom Northenor, Brion Hearn and Larry Hurst, all students from E.C. housing, eat at
Harper Dining Center.
FRONT ROW: Jim Dye, Winston Evans, Ron L. Giles, Alan Huls, Tim Hall, Bill Booth, Ron Simmons, and Dick Blanforcl. ROW TWO: Jim Talaga, Paul W.
Bivens, Don Folke, Paul Capes, John Love, Tom Carmichael, Chuck Husteclt, Lon Gilbert, Dave Hornick, Sam Stiles. BACK ROW: Larry Dauscher, Alan Wallace,
Stu Parks, Ralph Bennett, Max Sutherland, Paul Ewing, Ed Yarbrough, Carroll Davis, James Cron, and Larry Miller.
George Newbury llefil, Dick Neggle, and Gary
Kirk, ride To and from class on unicycles.
Third Floor North and South Wings
FRONT ROW: Bob Petersen, Don Euston, Dave Jones, Terry Praier, and Thomas Gates. ROW TWO: Sieve Bare, Norman Richards, Ronald Maihia, Jack Troih, and
Michael Stoops, BACK ROW: Bill Gatheridge, Sian Main, John Green, John E. O'Neal, John Robb, and Herb Brown.
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FRONT ROW: Tom Kleinteldt, Richard Lee Mangel, Roger Hartup, Terry Jones, Curt Hicks, Jim Werne, and Jack Thurston. ROW TWO: Arrol Stewart, Paul Stoup-
pe, Wayne Goodman, Gary Lauderdale, Don Steedman, Tom Northenor, Richard Gillick, Jerry Terford. BACK ROW: Richard N. Shannon, Michael Gollnick,
Laurence L. Smith, Ronald Babcock, Howard Pratt, Bill Hawkins, Jerry Nord, and Lee Leinenbach.
Third Floor Main Section
Students wait in line for their
meals at Harper Residence Din-
FRONT ROW: Anneitta Moore, Winona Porter, Louise Land, Susie Schuetter, Rosita Chu. SECOND ROW: Carol Ricketts, Marie Hurst, Martha Schymik, Sarah
Yaggi, Connie Keith, Marilyn Kendall, Hooi-Cheng Tan, Carol Cunningham. BACK ROW: Wanda Devine, Mary Zuber, Anna Mae Whitten, Jan Savage, Anne
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Shirley Campbell, sophomore, and Sandy Ferguson, senior, strum guitars in their Franklin House apartment. r n
Jean Dezelan, iunior, was named Franklin
House candidate for 1964 Homecoming
Queen. Sandy Ferguson, senior, was the
candidate for i965 Basketball Queen.
The apartment residence for women is su-
pervised by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hartman,
head residents. He is assistant director of
I , public relations for the College.
Franklin House olticers for i964-65 are
Susie Schuetter, president, Robert Obert,
vice-president, Mary Timpe, secretary,
Vonda Strickland, treasurer, Marlene Mar-
tin, historian, and Sandy Ferguson, coun-
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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cogleton, residents of Torbet House, supervise the mealtime activities of their
daughter, Becky, while son, Drew, awaits his turn.
Married students at Evansville College may
live in Torbet or Bigney Houses, two of the
tour apartment houses at E.C.
The apartments may be rented furnished or
unturnished and only one ot the couple must
be a student at the College.
Greg Server, o l962 E. C, grad, pours a midnight cup of coffee for his wife, Soncly, an E.C. student, in their Bigney House
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Sophomore class officers are, SEATED, Jan Bierod, secretary, Beth Edwards treasurer
STANDING, Herb Williams, vice president, and Paul Black, president.
Senior class officers include Mary Lee Montgomery, treasurer, An
nette Nolen, sec
Action Party CA.P.l won nine of the l2 upperclass officer
positions in the fall elections on campus.
Dave Little, A.P., was elected senior class president, Ben
Brewster, A.P., vice president, Annette Nolen, All-Campus
Party iA.C.P.l, secretary, and Mary Lee Montgomery,
A.C.P., treasurer. Heading the junior class were Winston
Evans, A.P., president, Gary Bayer, A.P., vice president,
Nancy Roser, A.C.P., secretary, and Ann Kinnaird, A.P.,
Paul Black led the entire A.P. slate to victory in the sopho-
more class. Other otticers elected were Herb Williams,
vice president, Janis Bierod, secretary, and Beth Edwards,
treasurer. Tom Moore was elected freshman class presi-
dent, Caroline Parker, vice-president, Edwina Jordan, sec-
retary, and Tony Burroughs, treasurer. All were candi-
dates of the freshman Progressive Party.
All-Campus slate was backed by Alpha Omicron Pi, Phi
Mu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Tau
Kappa Epsilon. Supporting the Action Party candidates
were Chi Omega, Hughes Hall, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Moore Hall, and Zeta Tau Alpha.
A total of l,O2O students, 41 per cent of the eligible stu-
dents, voted in the elections. The freshman class had the
largest turnout at the polls with 387 voters. There were
295 sophomores, T84 juniors, and 154 seniors who voted.
retary, Ben Brewster, vice president, and Dave Little, president.
of I2 upperclass offices
Junior class officers for the year 1964-65 are Winston Evans, president: Ann Kinnaird, treasurer: Gary Bayer, vice president, and Nancy Roser, secretary.
Freshman class officers are, SEATED, Edwina Jordan, secretaryg Coroline
Parker, vice president. STANDING, Tom Moore, president, and Tony Bur-
This poster-loaded ieep was a campaign device of the Action party, which
swept nine of I2 upperclass offices.
Playwright Barrie Stavis worked with E.C.T. during the rehearsal and production
of the play.
Banners of Steel is one of a quartet of plays on which I have
been working for more than twenty years. These four plays are
Lamp at Midnight, The Man Who Never Died, Coat of Many
Colors, and Banners of Steel, which presents John Brown and
his raid on Harper's Ferry.
Each play is independent in itself, however, they have a com-
mon theme-the problems of men in advance of their times, the
impact they have on their society, the counter-thrust which
society exerts on them. The plays also dramatize the dynamics
by which the heresy of one age becomes the accepted truth of
John Brown was goaded forward by the ferocious agony of
his vision, which makes him cry, "Let my body bleed with the
afflicted." But the world was too much for him. He came to
failure and, for a time, plunged into an abyss of revulsion and
self-hatred. The glory of this man is that he was transfigured.
True, he was hanged, but his truth gathered strength and
numbers. He was ultimately vindicated.
The events dramatized in Banners of Steel took place lO5 years
ago. However, the moral questions of human responsibility
which are raised in the play are with us today. When iustice
and equality prevail for all mankind, Banners of Steel will be-
come an "historical" play. Until then, it will remain highly
Three men who figured promi-
nently in the production of Ban-
ners of Steel discuss changes in
the play. They are Sam Smiley,
who played the lead role of
John Brown, Barrie Stavis, play-
wright, and Dudley Thomas,
John Brown ..
Mary Brown ..
Martha Brown ..
Oliver Brown ..
Owen Brown ....
John Henry Kagi
Aaron Stevens .....
Dangerfield Newby ..
Charles Tidd .....
William Leeman ....
William Thompson ..
Osborn Anderson ..
Lewis Leary .....
John Copeland . . .
Stewart Taylor . . .
Jeremiah Anderson ..
Barclay Coppoc . .
Mrs. Huftmaster ..
John Cook ........
Frederick Douglass ..
Shields Green ......
A Hunter ........
Andrew Kitzmiller ..
A Prisoner .........
Col. Lewis Washington
Dr. Starrey ..........
Col. Robert E. Lee ..
Lt. J. E. B. Stuart
First Marine ........
Gov. Henry A. Wise
Senator J. M. Mason
Andrew Hunter ......
Terence Byrne ..
First Reporter ..
Second Reporter . . .
Judge Parker ..
Lawson Botts ..
Thomas Dennis .....
Charles B. Harding
Captain John Avis ..
BANNERS OF STEEL
Marcia Bennett and Liz Weiss
Susan Elliott and Cherie Meyer
.. Bruce Patterson
. Duane Campbell
. Jerrell Freeman
.. Ron Glass
.. Ormin Brown
.. Larry Murdoch
. Bransford Utley
.. Tom Scheidler
.. Glenn Stewart
and Kitty' Schmidt
. . . . Joe Persinger
. . . Charles King
. . John O'Neal
. . . Roger Hartup
. . Everett Maguire
. . . . Fred Barton
. . Noel Patton
. . Jim Crawford
.. . Charles Jones
. . Wayne Mayes
. . . . . . Earl Borre
. Ed Moore, Ray Taylor, Mike Flaherty
.. Hal Kattau
. . . Curt Ball
. . . Dave Emge
. . . . . Jim Hull
. . Larry Shelton
. . . Ron Babcock
. . . . Jim Pope
. . . Mike Denning
. . . . Ed Moore
.. Dudley Thomas
Assistant director Mary-Ashburn Koch presents the "Sammy Award" to Ron
Glass, who was voted by the cast and crew as the person who made the
most outstanding contribution to the production. Honorary "Sammy Awards"
were given to Mr. Stavis and Mr. Smiley.
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Horper's Ferry, wos presented Nov. 4.
The EC. production wos o revised version of the Banners of
Steel ploy presented by Southern Illinois University in 1961.
The three-oct ploy wos presented TO times in three-quorter
Act One wos set ot cz form house where John Brown gothered
on ormy consisting of escoped sloves ond others loyol to his
Act Two concerned the roid on Horper's Ferry ond the copture
ot John Brown. Act Three depicted the triol ond conviction of
John Brown ond his lost meeting with his wife Mory on the
evening before he is to be honged.
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According to legend, Friday the Thirteenth is a day to beware.
However, the Union Board took advantage of the date and
sponsored a Superstition Dance Friday, Nov. l3.
Admission price was i3 cents. The Union Patio and Grill were
decorated with ladders, black cats, horseshoes, and supersti-
tious sayings. The Personalities, a collegiate dance band,
provided music tor dancing.
A program commemorating the 400th anniversary of the birth
of William Shakespeare was sponsored by the Evansville Col-
lege English Department in November.
The program, entitled "A Tribute to Shakespeare," consisted
of a series of readings. Mrs. Sam Smiley, Miss Ann Stuart, and
Dr. Paul Grabill read excerpts from various plays by Shake-
December i, the House Committee of the Union, under the
chairmanship of Leland Moon, sponsored a Christmas Decorat-
ing party in the Union Building. Dorinda Dudley and Ramona
Kiefer were co-chairmen of the event.
Six teams went on a scavenger hunt at the Superstition Dance and found such items as ice cubes, license plates, a white coat
hanger, black cot, Bayer aspirin bottle and a map of Evansville.
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ACE members pictured above, SEATED:
Gail Freudenberger, Phyllis Robinson, Janet
Walsh, Nancy Roser. STANDING: Nancy
Brandt, Carol Bass, Donald Ungetheim,
Peggy Litty, Sharon Ross.
SNEA members SEATED: Kathleen Keusch,
Tammy Young, Carol Schutte, Norma Sim-
cox. STANDING: Donna Mackey, Bill Wal-
ker, Roberta Obert.
Students in the field of education may become members
of the Association for Childhood Education for elementary
education majors or the Student National Education
Association for secondary education majors.
Both organizations have guest speakers and programs on
ACE president is Nancy Brandt. Nancy Roser, vice presi-
dent, Janet Walsh, secretary, and Carol Bass, treasurer,
are the other otlicers.
SNEA officers are as follows: Kathleen Keusch, president,
Bill Walker, vice president, Tammy Young, secretary, and
Dan Burchtielcl, treasurer.
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Dan Ellerbrook was this year's
president of Circle K. Throughout The
year The members met in conjunc-
tion with The local Kiwanis Club.
This year one of Their service proi-
ects was taking Boys' Club members
To see The ACES play.
FRONT ROW: David Sears, Don Bernhardt,
Daniel Ellerbrook, Graham Morey, Larry Nichol-
son. BACK: Jim Kohlmeyer, Dick Bernhardt.
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Kathy Whetstone, Tom Jaco, Mark Meyers, Sam Allen. John Hensley, not present forthe picture, is the club president.
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FRONT ROW: Larry Stephenson, editor-in-chief for the fall quarte
r, Nancy Morris, Mary Bartelt, Jean Coyle,
Julie Low, Steve Halbig. SECOND ROW: Doug Henry, editor-in-chief for winter and spring quarters, Steve
Laewenlcamp, Jim Kohlmeyer, Wayne Trevathan, Jim Crawford, and Graham Morey.
Jim Loving, sophomore, in campus editor and business
manager for the Crescent.
Crescent and LinC photographers are, from
Doug Henry, iunior, was named editor-in-chief for the
weekly Crescent for the winter and spring quarters.
left, Donna Datzman, LinC, Jim Loving, Crescent, Jim Crawford, Crescent, and Darrell Woehler,
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ta Moore was LinC managing editor and also editor ofthe literary magazine Essay
Marilyn Nonte, left, and Carolyn Schmitt, LinC pho-
tographers, decide which negative will produce the
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SEATED: Sandy Tychsen, Jan Morris, Darrel Diamond, Sandra O'Connell, Jane Kasubiak. STANDING: Joel Deckard, Dave
Baus, John Boggess, Rick Matfhiesen. Miss O'Connell is The debate coach.
Little, Dave Felfner, Bill
Left to right: Grover Cleveland
Jennifer Jones, Pam Brown
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SEATED: Donna Spray, Larry Halbig, Michael Richards, Peter F. Cikalo, Charles N. Williams, Dave Reuber. STANDING: Michael Magruder, Larry Vanway,
Arnold Rinsch, Roy McDonald, Bob Petersen, Wayne Mayes, Ron Mathia, James Lucas. President Jerry David is not pictured.
EC Association of Nursing Students
SEATED: Phyllis Bray, Beverly Backstrom, Katherine Fox, Gayle Champion, Bobbie Yonko, Deanna Kress, Caroline Parker. STANDING: Dianne Wyriclc, Sandy
Paddick, Phyllis Haines, Paula Harmon, Sheryl Fell, Linda Hanson, Patty Troutman. Miss Backstrom is the faculty advisor to the ECANS. Gayle is the as-
ROW 1: Mary Carol Ritz, Cherie Meyer, Barbara Vickery, Connie Kellerman, Nira Zuroske, Cindy Doty, Charleen Macken. ROW 2: Terri Walsh, Louise Land, Jill
Montgomery, Liz Weiss, Mary Koch, Marsha Bennett, Suzanne Elliott, Cathi Braun. ROW 3: Dave Emge, Ron Glass, James Hull, Jim Clark, Jerrell Freeman, Jim
Yeiser, Rand Ihle. ROW 4: Sam Smiley, E. K. Moore, Duane Campbell, Curt Ball, Gary Bayer, Larry Shelton, Fred E. Barton, Dudley Thomas. Mr. Smiley and Mr.
Thomas are faculty advisors.
Evansville College Theatre
Evansville College Theatre, ECT, is one of the largest organiza-
tions on campus. There are approximately one hundred mem-
bers. All ot the students participate in the ECT productions in
the capacity ot actors, student directors, and crews for costumes,
publicity, props, lights, and tickets.
Curt Ball is the ECT president, Liz Weiss is vice president, and
Cherie Meyer is secretary. Sam Smiley, head ot the Drama and
Speech Department, and Dudley Thomas, instructor of drama
and speech, work the group on all productions.
Perhaps the highlight of the year was the production of "Ban-
ners of Steel," which starred Mr. Smiley as John Brown. Author
Barrie Stavis was in Evansville for the production which broke
all previous attendance records.
"Eagerheart," annual Christmas play, was presented tor the 36th
consecutive time this year. The play was presented tor the first
time in T928 on campus.
"Taming ot the Shrew" and "Take Her She's Mine" were among
the other dramatic productions this year. ECT also presented
productions in connection with Children's Theatre.
The theatre group has been somewhat restricted in space this
year since they have had to use the old tTne arts building,which
has a limited seating capacity. A new theatre to be named in
honor of the late Robert French Shanklin is expected to be under
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SEATED: Janice Hougland, Diane Decker, Joy Hanna, Gail Boyle, Marsha Jett, Edwina Jordan. STANDING: Susan Wilson, Susie Scott
Teresa Whitsitt, Linda Collins, Faye McEItresh, Jean Haverka-mp. Gail Doyle is the club president. The club is organized for freshman
SEATED: Bettsy Owen, Mary Arnedt, Kay Garrett, Donna Weber, Vickie York. STANDING: Karen Tenison, Stephen Atherton, John Hall, president, Dr. Glenn
Weight, faculty adviser, and Jean Coyle. INCA is the Independent Campus Organization.
SEATED: Ken Wedeking, Clifford W. Kraft, Quentin Blome, Nick Haan, Bob Hawkins, Fred E. Barton. STANDING: David Bower, Curt Hahn, Ed Bradley Tom
Cook, John E. O'Neal, Jimmy R. French, Bernard Robinson. Mr. Kraft is the faculty adviser. Nick Haan is the council president.
lnterfraternity Council and Panhellenic Association are the
governing bodies of the fraternities and sororities on campus.
lnterfraternity Council sets the date for men's rush in the fall
and winter. Each of the five fraternities, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau Kappa Epsilon,
and the newest fraternity, Kappa Alpha Psi, are represented
on the council.
Panhellenic Association, which sets pledging requirements and
rush dates, is divided into Junior Panhellenic and Senior Pan-
hellenic. Pledges form Junior Panhellenic while initated mem-
bers are in Senior Panhellenic. Alpha Omicron Pi, Chi Omega,
Phi Mu, and Zeta Tau Alpha sororities are the member groups.
Senior Panhellenic members SEATED from left to right are Judy Price, Jackie Thompson, Judy Taylor, Barba
Barbara Brown is serving as president this year. Dr. Virginia Grabill, not pictured, is the faculty adviser.
ra Brown, Barbara Hawkins, Nancy Harmon, Sue Roell
Junior Panhellenic members from left to right are: Nancy Harmon, Mary Ann Egan, Karen Doerner, Bonnie Washington, Robynn Schlundt, Diane Wrnternhel
mer, Pam Morris. Nancy is Sr. Panhellenic's representative to Jr. Panhellenic.
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ROW 'Ia Joy Jackson, Diane Jump, Billie Jeanne Fireline, Sandy SirHendrey, Cindy Hudson, Jo Pheasant, Helen Koertge, Laura Hayes, Helen Zuber, Mary Zu-
ber, Mary Ellen Timpe, Susan Mayfield, Barbara Wright, Dianne McCarty, Beverly Hunt. ROW 2: Jan Savage, Sandee Thompson, Judy Cron, Margaret Burden,
Sarah Louise Land, Mary Erickson, Diana Riley, Darlene Gottman, Lula Fuchs, Carole Boylls, Cecil Townsend, Marilyn Lewis, Pat Somers, Kay Wiley, Lynn Whit-
tington, Esther Tyler, Louise Anderson. ROW 3: Waverly Eakins, Dennis Brink, Gene Keusch, Randy Cooksey, Jacques Linder, Paul Fisher, Ronald S. Fox, Richard
Bernhardt, Rick Van Hoose, Joe Newkirk, Mike Cannon. ROW 4: Jim Clark, Richard Shannon, John Boggess, Leslie Ford, Laurence L. Smith, Steve Fritz, Mi-
chael McLaughlin, Tom Rueger, Bill Gray, David Stein, Ed Letsinger, Keith Babbitt, Ormin Brown, Bill Kerth, Bob Yenne. The Choir is directed by Robert Rapp, not
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ROW 1: Margaret Burden, Helen Koertge, Sylvia Nenneker, Carolyn Clark, Dorcas Harris, Dotti Neyhouse, Mariorie Wade
ROW 2: Mary Ann Owensby, Audrita Mast, Judi Vosburgh, Connie Cartwright, Donna McElderry, Barbara Wright. ROW 3
Sharon Bozell, Mary Erickson, Darlene Sullivan, Erin Hope, Cecil Townsend, Diane Sutherlin.
STANDING: June Wiggins. SEATED: Joy Jackson, Lois Bicker, Billie Jean Fireline, Sandra SirHendrey, Louise Anderson, Carol Boylls, Susan Mayield, Esther
Tyler, Linda Hetrick, Diane Jump. STANDING: Dennis Doughterty, Thomas Rueger, Daniel Wilkinson, Richard Shannon, Steven Fritz, Keith Babbitt, Paul Fisher, Rich
ard VanHoose, Joseph Newkirk. Mrs. Margaret Shepard is the Choral-Ayers director.
Men's Glee Club
ROW 'ln Mike Grant, Dennis Brink, Fred Barton ROW 2: Max Renshaw, Jim Clark, Jim Loving, Richard Wilson. ROW
Smith, Bill Carrara, Ormin Brown, Tom Moore, Bill Kitchens. Robert Rapp is the director.
SEATED: Linda Hetrick, Mike Wolf, Dave Guillaum, Nancy Nadler, Dennis Dougherty, Jacques Linder. STANDING: E. D Thompson con
cluctor, Kenneth Lewis, Alan Alsop, Tommy Carroll, Randy Athey. June Wiggins is absent from the picture.
SEATED: William Fitzgerald, Steve Bell, Randy
Coolcsey, Ronald Fox, Mike Fox, Brian Behler.
STANDING: Gene Keusch, Louise Anderson, Jerry
Gwen, August Block, Paul Nolte is the conduc-
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Married women on campus have formed a social
club which has about 25 members. Members
meet frequently over a cup at coffee. Sandra
Shirley is the club president.
Left to right: Sandra Shirley, Maiorie Cobb, Mary Ann
Henkle, Patricia Barclay.
International Relations Club
SEATED: Norma Simcox, Meredith Bateman, Tag Farvar, president, Polly Searle, Faye McEltresh. STANDING: Joel Deckard, Terry Lidy, James Hull, Mr. Thomas
Fiddick, Gordon Stien, Paul Niemeier, Terry Prater, Michael Richards. Mr. Fiddick is the faculty adviser.
An important part ot campus lite is the religious
organizations. This year there were tive active
organizations: lnter-varsity Christian Fellow- l
ship, Baptist Student Union, Lutheran Student
League, Methodist Student Movement, and
Newman Club. The organizations meet regu-
larily and have religious programs.
The Lutheran Student League, LSL, is the new-
est ot the organizations. Mike Richards is presi-
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STANDING: Mike Richards, Edward Diekmann.
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Mary Louise Bell is faculty sponsor.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, IVCF, members are a part ot a
national organization which strives to interest students in the Bible.
Officers are Ken Seitfert, president, Nancy Newkirlc, vice president,
and Kathy Mettord, secretary-treasurer.
Methodist Student Movement, MSM, meets on Sunday evenings
for programs at the Methodist Temple. Nancy Harmon is the presi-
Catholic students are organized in a chapter of the national or-
ganization, Newman Club. This year the old Lambda Chi house
was purchased by the Evansville Catholic Diocese for a meeting
house. It is the tirst religious organization on campus to make such
a purchase. Members sponsored the Holly Ball last December in the
Union Great Hall. Steve Halbig is the club president.
All of the religious groups are affiliated with the department of
religion. Dr. Edgar McKnown is the director of religious lite.
NEWMAN CLUB ROW 1: Cathy Wahnsiedler, Barbara Sanford, Judy Decker, Barbara Kolb, Donna Carol Smith, Judi Vosburgh, Backy Loehrlein, Barbara
Wright, Barbara Reflett, Mical Tuley, Pat Deatrick, Rose Rogge, Rita Lawrence, Mary Ann Riggs, Jayne Coe. ROW 2: Bill Gray, Robert Wargel, Larry Stolz, Gra-
ham Morey, Terry Lidy, Bill Kanowsky, Bob Cassin, Sam Stiles, Alan Hungate, Peter Cikalo, Larry Halbig, Bill Ochsner. ROW 3: Gerald Mattingly, Steve Halbig,
James Schenk, Jerry Nunning, Kurt Wambach, Mike Goedde, Tom Richardt, Michael Zimmer, Steve Taylor, Dave Bredhold, Paul Ewing, Leslie Ford, Dave Cheaney,
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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION SEATED: Mary Ann Owensby, Kay Wiley, Emma Lee Robinson, Sherry Elzer, Phyllis Robinson. STANDING: Sandy
Beard, Rosita Chu, John Boggess, Miss Mary Louise Bell, Gayla Williams, Janice McKinley.
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fertt, Jim Schneider, Nancy Newkirk.
METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT SEATED: Marilyn Kendall, Jan Bierod, Patsy Ellis, Mary Ellen Timpe, Sheryl Fell.
STANDING: Jim Clark, Ben Brewster, Mike Stoops, Wayne Goodman, Charles Crawford, Lorenzo Murdaugh.
This year WEVC, the college
tion, has broadcast to a Tri-State audi-
ence of almost 250,000 persons.
WEVC enlarged its staff from
members this year. The staff
programing. For the first time,
broadcast nine music recitals
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Left to right: Louise Land, Rudy Ennis, Dave Roberts, Brenda Jackson, Dave Long, Dave Huebschman, Steve
Crum, Ed Yarbrough, Walter Wahnsiedler, Gary Rice, Mike Flaherty, Mr. George Klinger, Ron Babcock. Not
pictured were John Story, Dave Emge and Roger Richardson.
Mr. Klinger, faculty program advisor, Dave Long, managerial assistant, and
Rudy Ennis, station manager.
The VVEVC staff also added "The Legend of Tos-
canini," with performances given by Arturo Tosca-
nini and the NBC Symphony. "Books and Music"
with host Ed Howard, director of the Evansville
Public Library, also was offered for the first time this
. year. A program guide was published for the first
time. The guide listed VVEVC's programs hour by
hour for each day.
The station began broadcasting in 1951.
The staff included Ron Babcock, news and program
director, Dave Emge, publicity director, and Dave
Long, managerial assistant. Steve Crum, Brenda
Jackson, Louise Land, Dave Huebschman, and Dave
Roberts were announcers.
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Matthiesen, Sharon Ross. STANDING: Jerry Linzy, Earl Mc-
Curcly, Jim Clark.
SEATED: Winona Porter, Jan Bierod, Marilyn Kendall, Dick Werking. STANDING: Winston Evans, Wayne Goodman, Dr.
Orville Jaebker, Dave Little, Richard Rinehart, Donald Vann.
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SEATED left to right: Judy Shafer, Personnel Committee chairman, Tammy Young, Games Committee, Erin Hope, Fine Arts Committee, Carole Carstens, Publicity
Committee. STANDING: Louise Land, Entertainment Committee, Mickey Katterhenry, Social Committee, Nancy Bowers, Finance Committee, Leland Moon, House
Committee, Barbara Brown, Dance Committee. Carole is president of Union Board.
The Union Board, more correctly the Union Management
Board, is an elected board of nine students who head the var-
ious committees. The members of the committees are named
each tall alter students sign preference lists at Activities Day.
A group of students who have served on Union committees for
two or more years becomes the Core Committee.
The Social Life'Committee has charge of the annual Ice
Breaker dance each September. The basketball queen crown-
ing and the May Day program are planned by this committee.
Record hops and Musical Madness are planned by members
ot the Dance Committee. An all-campus Christmas party was
planned by the Entertainment Committee.
Homecoming mums and tickets for Musical Madness were the
two main proiects ofthe Finance Committee, which is in charge
of all money-making proiects. The spring Union Board elec-
tion is also its responsibility.
Ladies Day in the billiard room comes under the sponsorship
ot the Games Committee. Ping pong, pool, bridge and billiard
tournaments are sponsored during winter quarter.
The HiFi set in the music room and books in the reading room
are handled by the House Committee, which put up The large
Christmas tree in the Union lobby this year. The Publicity
Committee makes and displays posters and handles publici-
ty. Personnel Committee members plan Activities Day and the
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Left to right: Mary Lee Montgomery, Jan Bierod, Jeanne McCulley, Ann Fisher, Cecil Townsend, Barbara Brooks. Jeanne is president of the council, which
is elected by women of the student body each Spring. Members serve as advisers to Gamma Delta.
SEATED: Elaine Smith, Bonnie Bosse, Marta Koser, Cathi Braun, Cindy Doty, Norma Simcox, Graham Morey. STANDING: Peggy Litty, Patty Percel, Connie
Abernathy, Delores Bischmann, Roberta Obert, Janet Reynolds, Dick Werking, Dave Little, Bill Kitchens. Janet Reynolds and Dick Werking are co-chairmen of
the Young Democrats.
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SEATED: Kathy Whetstone, Laura Garland, Bill Werzner, Shirley Sampson, Anne Pampe. STANDING: Joel Deckard, Bob Werzner, .Joe Cor-
field, Jim Schneider, Mike Richards. Young Republicans president is BillWerzner.
Young Democrats and Young Republicans
The Young Democrats and Young Republicans were especially
busy last Fall because of the Presidential election. Both groups
were involved in the planning of welcomes for visiting digni-
Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey was the first nationally
prominent figure to speak at Evansville College during the
Presidential campaign. The Young Democrats gave him a
warm welcome with signs and shouts of approval. The vice-
president was accompanied by U. S. Senators Vance Hartke
and Birch Bayh, Mayor Frank McDonald, Congressman Win-
leld K. Denton, Governor Roger Branigin and former Gover-
nor Matthew Welsh. The rally was held in front of the Ad-
ministration Building. Young Democrats welcomed President
Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird to Evansville with a delega-
tion of Johnson Girls at Dress Memorial Airport.
Young Republicans were hard at work supporting Presidential
Candidate Barry Goldwater, who visited Evansville iust before
school opened in September. Members greeted Governor
William Scranton of Pennsylvania as he spoke to students from
a platform on the lawn in front of the Administration Building.
GOP girls distributed literature to the crowd who gathered to
hear Gov. Scranton praise Arizona's senator.
Local political figures accompanied Governor Scranton and
some made brief remarks about the upcoming election.
Roger Zion, Republican candidate for State Congress from
the eighth district, spoke to the Young Republicans in the
After the election, both organizations continued to be active.
The groups frequently invited local political figures to speak
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SEATED. Teresa Markley, Nancy Utley, Debbie Lyles, Connie Abernathy, Barbara Brooks, Carol Taylor. STANDING: Jeanne
Plump, Connie Shelton, Roberta Obert, Mary Ann Wessel, Nancy Offerman, Karen Tubbs, Jean Coyle, Nancy Bell. Nancy is
the Women's Recreation Association president.
ROW T: Barbara Eberhart, Susan Harris, Sharon Hayden, Shirley Sampson, Gayle Wilson, Meredith Bateman, Donna C.
Smith. ROW 2: Phyllis Haas, Bill Werzner, Mike Richards, Russ Greiger, Warren J. Wilhelm Jr., Peter Morrison, Bill Minnis,
Dr. Delbert Sampson and Jill Montgomery.
Service to the college is the primary goal of Blue Key, scho-
lastic honorary for men, Prospective iunior members must have
a 3.0 cumulative average and seniors must have a 2.75 av-
erage. All prospective members must demonstrate their wil-
lingness to serve E. C. through their active participation in
campus activities and organizations.
Phi Kappa Phi
Student eligibility in Phi Kappa Phi is determined by scholar-
ship, length of residence at E. C., and is limited to seniors and
third quarter juniors. Students must be of good character
and wholesome attitude and personality. Faculty membership
is limited to those who have a doctorate or who have achieved
distinction in their tields or who have attained a protessorial
Blue Key members STANDING lleft to righti are John Mominee, Dick Werking,
Grover Cleveland, Benjamin Brewster, Charles Letsinger, Dan Knapp. SEATED
are Gary Bayer, Jim Clark, Leland Moon, Jr. George Porch, Ronald Fox, and
Lino Wiseman' rank or its equivalent and who have done outstanding schol-
arly work in undergraduate or graduate institutions. Alumni
members may include, in addition to those who have been
elected before graduation, persons who have earned a doc-
torate or attained a position of distinction in a scholarly field.
The attainment of membership is by election of the society.
Phi Kappa Phi members STANDING are Mr. V. C. Bailey, Mr. Lawrence Anderson, Dr. Marvin Hartig, Dr. Earl Tapley, Dr. Orville Jaebker, Mr. Arad McCutchan,
Dr. C. W. Robertson, Dr. Ralph Coleman, Dr. Nicholas C. Brown, George Porch, Dan Knapp, Dr. V. W. Maves, and Mr. W. O. Hartsaw. SEATED are Dr. Thomas
Harding, Dr. F. Woody Werking, Suzanne Bacon, Patricia Adami, Frances Wallar, Annette Nolen, Mary Ann Hyde, Dr. Edgar McKown, and Dr. Philip Kinsey. Not
pictured are Arthur Aarstad, Max Casler, Dr. Wade David, Dr. D. W. Durham, Dr. Harris Erickson, Dr. Paul Grabill, Dr. Virginia Grabill, Dr. Melvin W. Hyde,
Dr. Joseph Kushner, Dr. Bung Chung Lee, Mr. Kelly Miles, Dr. James Morlock, Mr. C. B. Selfridge, Mrs. Margaret Shepard, Mr. Wesley Shepard, Dr. Lowell Wel-
ler, Mr. C. G. Winternheimer, Darrel Diamond, and Russ Grieger.
Cap and Gown members, lleft to rightl and Linda Deer, Frances Waller, Pat Adami, Beth Ann Bays, Annette Nolen, Elaine Esche. Not pic-
tured are Peggy Parkhurst, Janet Walsh, Pat Jefferson, Mary Ann Hyde, and Judy Mason.
Cap and Gown
Cap and Gown is a scholastic honorary for senior women,
members must have a 3.3 cumulative average and must be
selected by unanimous vote of the outgoing chapter. This year
Janet Walsh is president, Pat Jefferson is vice-president, Beth
Bays is secretary, and Linda Deer is treasurer. Miss Margaret
Welsh is sponsor of the group.
Alpha Lambda Delta
Alpha Lambda Delta, national scholastic honorary for fresh-
man women, now has 24 sophomore women participating in
its activities. Honorary members include Dr. Virginia Grabill,
Mrs. Claudia Hyde, and Miss Mary Jean Hodor. To meet the
membership requirements, a freshman must hold a cumulative
point average of 3.5 while carrying I5 hours or more for
any one quarter during the freshman year.
Alpha Lambda Delta members STANDING lleft to rightl are Marcia Bennett, Tammi Neu, Sylvia Nenneker, Susan Caylor, Janis Bierod, Mary Delzell, Sandy
Ruffin, Joyce White, Norma Augustine, Dorothy Neyhouse, Julia Low. SEATED are Ruth Buesking, Betsy Zaharako, Rayna Bartle, Linda Waren, Diane Jump,
Lynne Holtzapple. Members not pictured are Charlotte Bretz, Jimmy Chambers, Jane Huffman, Rose Luther, Joan Straub, Frances Vincent, and Susan Westfall.
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Kinsey, Mr. E. C. Susat, Dr. Ralph Coleman, Mr. Darrell Megli, Dr. C. W. Robertson, Mr. P. Louis Winternheimer, and Mr. W. O. Hartsaw.
Phi Beta Chi Pi Gamma Mu
Phi Beta Chi, national science honorary, FSC1Ull'SSlOV member- Activities designed to encourage scholarship and service are
ship a maior in a natural science, a grade of A in 50 per cent the goal of Pi Gamma Mu, national social science honorary.
ot all hours in the 'maior subiect, a grade ol B Or better in To become a member, a student must maior in one ofthe social
80 per cent ol hours in all fields of science, and at least 90 sciences, take 30 hours of social science, receive i2 hours of
hours of credit. A in his major and must have an over-all average at 3.0.
Pi Gamma Mu members SEATED below, left to right, are: Barbara Brown, president, Mary Ann Hyde, Cecil Townsend, Scribe, Jeanette Griese, and Shirley
Sampson. STANDING are: George Porch, Dr. James Morlock, Jim Becker, Darrel Diamond, Dr. Edgar McKown, Robert Gowdy, and John Gehlhausen, vice-
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Dan Knapp, president, Jim Reinhart, vice-president, Ron Whobrey, Ray Denton, and Robert Wargel.
American Chemical Society
The local chapter of American Chemical LE.E.E.
Society is open to anyone interested in
chemistry. However, to ioin the national or-
ganization, a student must be a chemistry
ITIGIOF. The gl'OUp holds mOI'1Tl'lly ITIGGIIVIQS Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers members SEATED below, left to right, are: William
with special SpeOl4eI'S, films, or plant fours, Strahle, Robert Simcox, Charles Williams, Robert Head, and Dwight Gilbert, STANDING are: Peter
Members 0150 perform demonsrrcrions for Cikalo, Larry Halbig, Carroll Davis, Michael Richards, Larry Wells, and Stephen Kiesel, president.
the Science Fair and participate in the Chem-
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R. Kroneman, and Dr. Philip Kinsey, sponsor.
Arnold Air Society members SEATED above, left to right, are: Winston Evans, Jerry Borders, Steve Crum, Harold Martin, Bill Lisembee, Don Vann, Harvey Rosen-
meier, Gary Fuquay, Wayne Plump, Charles Bleckmann, Blaine Russell, and John R. Brown. ln SECOND ROW: are Ernie Wilson, Fred Barton, Ronald Morrison,
Mike Utley, Richard Shrader, Larry Arnold, Steve Bosse, Thomas Reasor, Vernon Mann, Robert Head, Marcus Sherrill, Daniel Burchfield, Roy Shrote, Billy D.
Walker, Robert Albright, and Ralph Bretz.
o Kappa Mu Epsilon members SEATED below, left to right, are: Mary Jo Vingis, Roberta Obert, Linda Deer,
Annette Nolen, Barbara Kolb, Judy Decker, Barbara Line, Janet Reynolds, Ruth Buesking, Jimmy Chambers,
Judith Taylor, and Barbara Basham. In the SECOND RO-W are: Dr. V. C. Bailey, Tom Gambrel, Wayne Zinn,
Kappa Mu Epsilon is an honorary mathema- T '
a B average tor at least TO hours of math
courses and a C average for all college
work. The members hold monthly meetings at
which time a paper is orally presented by a
student member. Otticers are Robert Sim-
cox, president, Barbara Basham, vice-presi-
dent, Barbara Line, secretary, Ben Brewster, if
treasurer, Gene Bennett, corresponding sec-
retary, and Mr. V. C. Bailey, adviser. There
are 70 student members and seven faculty
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Arnold Air Society
Forty-two men compose the E.C. chapter of Arnold Air Society, honorary tor outstanding Air Force
ROTC men. The group sponsors the annual Military Ball and cooperates in social activities with An-
Members must be in good standing in ROTC, be regularly-enrolled students, have a cumulative grade
point average ot 2.25 in all college subiects, have an average at 2.5 in ROTC subjects, and be nomin-
ated for membership by an active member and approved by a tive-sixth vote ot the active members
present at the election meeting.
Not pictured are Technical Sergeant Edward LaChance, honorary member, and student members
Ouentin Blame, Jim Browning, Robert Chreste, Joseph Cortield, Charles Dannheiser, John Gehlhausen,
Charles Given, William Koch, Gary McDowell, Dale Miller, David Reuber, John Weber, executive
otlicer, Richard Wilhelm, and Stephen Kiesel.
Jimmy French Jerry David Carroll Davis Grover Cleveland, Leland Moon, Dan Knapp, Jack Troth, Gary
Peck THIRD ROW are Stephen Groomer Robert Sneed, Robert Simcox, Dr. Ralph Coleman, Dwight Gilbert,
Beniamin Brewster William R Koenig Michael Richards, Paul Capes, and Gary McDowell.
Angel Flight actives SEATED above, left to right, are: Lana Barnett, Sandra Van Arsdall, Bonnie Washington, Billie Sue Stirn, Judi Sexton, Jackie Thompson, and
Helen Caradine. STANDING anr: Dorinda Dudley, Judy Price, Kendra Beesley, Mickey Katterhenry, Sharon Ross, Sara Siruble, Ramona Kiefer, Janis Bierod,
Linda Branaman, and Cherie Meyer.
Angel Flight pledges SEATED below are lleft to rightl: Barbara DeFrehn, Diane DeJonckheere, Marilyn May, Pam Celania, Sandy Tychsen,
Monzelle Zaieclc, and Marcella Brown, SfANDlNG are: Gayla Dame, Leslie Hume, Connie Hughey, Peggy Ferriel, Connie Cartwright,
Nancy Harmon, Connie Krause, Barbara Cole, Mary Anna Hull, Connie Kellerman, Deena Butler, and Rosalee Buchenberger.
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Angel Flight, women's honorary auxiliary of the ROTC, has
participated in numerous campus activities since school began
this year. Members helped with fall registration, campus tours,
the Dad's Day dinner, and with honor guards for Senators
William Scranton and Hubert Humphrey when they visited the
Requirements for membership are that a woman must be a
full-time day student in good standing and must have main-
tained a 2.3 grade average for the preceding quarter or
have been in the upper half of her high school graduating
class if she is a freshman. Freshman, sophomore, and iunior
Women are eligible,
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Officers are Billie Sue Stirn, commander, Bonnie Washington,
executive officer, Sandy Van Arsdall, comptroller, Lana Bar-
nett, operations ofticer, Helen Caradine, information of-
ficer, Carol Bass, supply officer, Terri Walsh, historian, Ken-
dra Beesley, chaplain, Cherie Meyer, songleader, and Sharon
Ross, drill leader.
Actives not pictured are Carol Bass, Sally Elliott, Mary Helen
Gough, Mary Koch, Annette Nolen, and Terri Walsh. Pledges
not pictured are Pat DePriest and Kathy Pride.
Kappa Chi members pictured above SEATED left to right are: Don Hoy, Mary Poe, Sheryl Fell, Phyllis Bray, Judy Jones, Bettsy Owen, and Dr. Edgar
McKown. STANDING are: John Boggess, Don Bernharclt, Daniel Musselwhite, Tom Morgan, John Hall, Wesley Rademacher, Bill Minnis, and Loren-
Kappa Chi, pre-ministerial fraternity, welcomes any student who
is interested in some church-related vocation. Members are
received by a vote of the active members after consideration
of the pledge's letter of application and his pledge test.
The group provides ushers for the chapel services and for
college vesper programs.
Ofticers are Don Hoy, president, Mary Poe, vice-president,
Shirley Campbell, secretary, Mary Timpe, treasurer, John Bog-
gess, sergeant-at-arms, and Dr. McKovvn, advisor. Not pic-
tured are Robert Fisher, Larry Johnson, Marilyn Kendall, Donna
Whicker, Roger Hartup, Don Walters, and Millanie King.
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Sigma Alpha lota members SEATED above, left to right, are: Carole Boylls, Helen Koertge, Jane Ann Bauman, Bille Jeanne Fireline, Sondra Hutchison, Erin
Hope and Louise Land. STANDING are: Lynn Northcut, Esther Tyler, Diane McCarty, Margaret Burden, Louise Anderson, Lula Fuchs, Helen Zuber, Susan May-
field Nancy Brandt, and Diane Jump.
Sigma Alpha lata
Sigma Alpha Iota, national music honorary, is
an organization for women music majors or
minors who have a 2.5 grade point average
for the quarter preceding pledging and who
have auditioned before the active chapter.
Ofticers for this year are Carole Boylls, presi-
dent, Louise Anderson, vice-president, Dianne
McCarty, recording secretary, Esther Tyler,
treasurer, Erin Hope, assistant treasurer, Nancy
Brandt, editor, Lula Mae Fuchs, chaplain, and
Helen Zuber, sergeant-at-arms.
The organization presents monthly musicals
and co-operates in an All-American recital. The
members sponsor an annual Silver Tea, a
Mother-Patroness Tea and a Senior Farewell
Not pictured are members Marilyn Lewis, Jan
Savage, Mary Erickson, Sylvia Nenneker, and
Mary Timpe, and faculty advisors Mrs. Mar-
garet Shepard and Mrs. Wilma Baumhofer.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Phi Mu Alpha, national music honorary for men,
is well-known in the Evansville area for its per-
formances at local dances. The men also give
recitals of American music, and serve as ushers
for campus recitals.
The primary requirement for membership in this
group is an interest in music, signified by a
man's membership in some performing group, A
2.5 cumulative grade point average is another
Ofticers are Ronnie Fox, president, Richard
Sprinkle, vice-president, Randy Cooksey, secre-
tary, Samuel Spence, treasurer, and Prof. Wesley
Shepard, faculty advisor.
Members not pictured are Gary Powell, Joe
Newkirk, Jacques Linder, and Danny Ellerbrook.
Pictured SEATED below, left to right, ore: Rick Van Hoose, Sam Spence, Ron Fox, Randy Cooksey, and Gene Keusch. STANDING are, Paul Black Prof Wesley
Shepard Eddie Letsinger, Brian Behler, Dick Sprinkle, Mike Groomer, and Randy Athey.
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secretary, Dean Nicholas C. Brown, Earl McCurdy, SGA president, Clifford Kraft, Director of Men's Counseling, Dr. James Morlock, Dean of Men, and Dr.
Virginia Grabill, Director of Women's Counseling.
Pi Sigma Epsilon
The Alpha Iota chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon, national professional fraternity in market-
ing, sales management, and selling, has 33 active members. The group has participated
in a sales proiect, co-sponsored congressional candidate Roger Zion as a campus
speaker, and helped in promoting the homecoming breakfast.
Pi Sigma Epsilon members SEATED, left to right, are, Randy Fleischhauer, Jan Pearson, president, Mike Groomer, Eric Matthiesen, secretary, Robert Zimmermann,
Steve Edmonson, Grover Cleveland, and Larry Middleton. STANDING are, Gary Edwards, Dean Long, Raymond McClaren, Lawrence Anderson, Robert Martin,
Charles Sergesketter, Thomas Filbert, Millard Pace, faculty advisor, Terry Hartman, Dan Shackleford, treasurer, Douglas Wink, vice-president, and Jack Hock-
mon, sergeant-at-arms. Not pictured are Allan Adams, F. W. Ellerbusch, Gary Fuquay, Earl McCurdy, Harry Ransdell, Frank Staton, Don Vann, Don Vogel, Bill
Word, and Joe Stott.
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Liz Weiss, Cherie Meyer, and Mr. Dudley Thomas. STANDING are, Duane Campbell, Curt Ball, Rand lhle, stage manager, Jim Clark, cast director, .lim Yeiser
and Gary Bayer. Not pictured are Dr. Paul Grabill and Judy Johnson.
Alpha Psi Omega
To quality for membership in the Nu Epsilon Cast of Alpha Psi Omega dramatics honorary, a student must have accumulated 30
points in service to the Evansville College Theater in both acting and technical work. A student must be attending school full-time
and be in the third quarter of his sophomore year.
To be eligible for Pi Delta Epsilon membership, a student must have completed one year of service to one or more ot the publications
in the iournalism department.
Pi Delta Epsilon
Pi Delta Epsilon, national iournalism honorary, members SEATED below ileft to rightl are: Karen Allen, Marilyn Nante, Pete Bland, Nancy Morris, Pres-
ident, and Anne Pampe. STANDING are, Linda Uncles, Jean Coyle, Carol Bass, Jim Crawford, secretary, Julie Low, Mary Bartelt, and Norma Augustine. Don
Smith, vice-president, and Steve Halbig, tresasurer, are not pictured.
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ley, Nancy Harmon, Leland Moon, Richard Werlcing, Lino Wiseman, Eddie Letsinger, Dave Little, Jerry Linzy, Don Hoy, Russ Grieger Doug Henry
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities
Thirty-tour Evansville College juniors and seniors were
named this year to the publication, "Who's Who
Among Students in American Universities and Col-
leges." The students were selected by a committee of
taculty members. Criteria tor selection included lead-
ership, scholarship, college activities, and the quality of
being generally outstanding.
Not pictured are Sandy l-lamblen, Jerry Sloan, Nancy
Morris, Benjamin Brewster, and Barbara Brown.
The committee which selected these students was com-
posed of Dr. James E. Morlock, dean ot men, Dr. Vir-
ginia L. Grabill, director of women's counseling, Mr.
Robert F. Garnett, assistant director ot special educa-
tional services, Mr. Clifford W. Kraft, director of men's
counseling, and Miss Deane McGurk, assistant direc-
tor of women's counseling.
ette Nolen, Mary Poe, Shirley Sampson, Barbara Brooks, and Linda Deer. Second row, left to right: Dorinda Dud-
l Jolly Jim Clark, Earl McCurdy, Larry Stephenson, Elaine Esche, and Linda Branaman.
Sigma Pi Sigma
A national physics honorary, Sigma Pi Sigma is open
to students maioring in physics or related fields who
have completed 30 hours of physics courses with a 2.8
or above average. A 2.8 over-all average is required
also. Faculty members with a background of study in
physics are also eligible.
Student members are Robert Simcox and Stephen
Kiesel. Faculty members include Dr. Ralph Coleman,
Dr. Ray T. Dutford, Dr. Max Casler, Mr. Russell Schoene,
Mr. Darrell Megli, Mr. Kelly G. Miles, Mr. Clarence
Winternheimer, and Dr. Bung-Chung Lee.
Tau Kappa Alpha
Darrel Diamond, senior, comprises the entire current
membership of Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha,
national debate honorary. The exclusiveness of the
membership is maintained by the eligibility require-
ments. A student must be in the upper one-third of his
class and have had 2 years of varsity debate experi-
ence. It is open to both men and women. The pur-
pose of the honorary is to promote interest in excel-
lence in forensics and to foster an appreciation of
freedom of speech. Each year the organization pre-
sents an award to the "Speaker of the Year."
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national honorary in psychology, was
formed. To ioin one must be a psy-
chology maior or minor, exhibit high
standards ot personal behavior, and
f' meet certain academic standards.
The chapter has sponsored a speaker
from the American Psychological As-
sociation and coloperates in programs
with the Psychology Club.
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Otlicers are Shirley Sampson, presi-
dent, Jill Montgomery, vice-president,
Judy Mason, secretary, and Warren
Wilhelm, treasurer. Dr. Sampson is the
Member Ken Seitfert is not pictured.
Psi Chi members seated above, left to right, are Gayle Wilson, Sharon Hayden, Shirley Sampson, Dr. Del-
bert Sampson, Russ Grieger, and Warren Wilhelm, Jr.
The Beta Xi chapter of Kappa Pi, art honorary, sponsors the art films
the annual clothesline art sale, and a homecoming display. To ioin
one must be an art major or minor or be very interested in art, and
have a B average in all art courses. Otticers are John Mominee, presi-
dent, John Green, vice-president, Erin Hope, secretary, and Mary Ann
Kappa Pi members pictured below examining a sculptured head include: FIRST ROW, left to right, Lois Preske, Sarah Richardson, Donna
Lochmueller, Kathy Zachritz, and Carolyn McCullough. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Wessel, Erin Hope, Barry Britton, John Greene, Leland
Moon, Jr., Bonnie Koch, and Donna Matthiesen.
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Pat DePriest of Chi Omega sorority was crowned 1965 Basketball
Queen at the Evansville-Ball State game January 23.
Connie Krause of Chi Omega and Danny Schellhase of Lambda Chi
Alpha were named "Betty Coed" and "Joe College" at the "Joe Col-
lege-Betty Coed" dance sponsored by fraternity and sorority pledge
Pat DePriest elected
1965 Basketball Queen
Pat DePriest, a member of Chi Omega sorority, was elected 1965 Bas-
ketball Queen by an all-male vote in January. She was crowned by
Earl McCurdy, Student Government Association president, at the Evans-
ville-Ball State game January 23. Other candidates were Lana Barnett,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Sandra Ferguson, Franklin House, Patty Halkowich,
Moore Hall, Carol Blackburn, Phi Mu, Nancy Morris, Zeta Tau Alpha,
and Nancy Ofterman, Women's Recreation Association and Independ-
ent Campus Association. Honor attendants were Gayla Dame, Chi
Omega, Nancy Roser, Alpha Omicron Pi, Susan MaytTeld, Franklin
House, Winnie King, Moore Hall, Susan Palmer, Phi Mu, Laura Garland,
Zeta Tau Alpha, and Jean Coyle, WPA and INCA.
Gary Bayer, a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, was elected 1965 Bache-
lor of the Year by E.C. coeds and was crowned by Pat DePriest, 1965
Basketball Queen at the Evansville-Butler game Feb. 13. Other candi-
dates were Max Sutherland, Hughes Hall, Pete Golightly, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Dale Hennessey, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sam Watkins, Kappa Alpha
Psi, and Alan Ziliak, Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Evansville College coeds elected Gary Bayer of Lambda Chi Alpha the 1965
Bachelor of the Year. He was crowned by Pat DePriest, 1965 Basketball
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Dr. Virginia Grabill congratulates Sue Wilson for placing first in the annual spell
ing bee. Sharon Sonners, left, was flrst runner-up.
A white-haired, mustached old gent calling himself Mark Twain solemnly
advised his audience to "Treat your superiors with respect-that is, if you
ever have any." The man impersonating Twain was George-William Smith,
professor of Speech and Radio-TV at McCormick Theological Seminary in
Chicago, who spoke at a lecture Feb. 27.
Two men playing leading roles in the colonization of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity at
EC discuss future plans with their faculty advisor, Mr. Ludwig Petkovsek. They are An-
thony Brooks, left, and Bill Miller, right.
Kappa Alpha Psi
Kappa Alpha Psi, interracial social fraternity for men, es-
tablished a colony at E.C. in early December.
Called the Scroller Club, the group, by ruling of KAP na-
tional headquarters, must exist as a colony for about six
months. Scroller Club officers were elected and T5 men were
pledged. Anthony Brooks was elected president, William
Miller, vice-president, Herb Williams, secretary, and Lorenzo
The colonization period is to allow the Scroller Club time
to establish a social and financial program. As its first
proiect the club sponsored the "Megatons of Fun" dance
ln other pledging activities, approximately twice as many
men pledged fraternities during fall rush as did during
spring rush. Eighty-six men pledged during the fall rush
period with Lambda Chi Alpha pledging the largest
number of 28. Twenty men pledged Sigma Phi Epsilon,
and Tau Kappa Epsilon and Sigma Alpha Epsilon each
pledged l9. Forty-five men pledged during winter quar-
ter rush. Sigma Phi Epsilon and Tau Kappa Epsilon each
pledged T5 men, Lambda Chi pledged ll and Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon pledged four.
Members of the Scroller Club colony of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity are'iFRONT ROW, left to righti: Mr. Ludwig Petkovsek, faculty advisor, Arthur Jordan, Lo-
renzo Murdaugh, Anthony Brooks, and Bernard Robinson. ln the BACK ROW are: Woody Gordon, John O'Neal, Sam Watkins, Herb Williams, Matt Hatcher, and
New Lambda Chi Alpha pledges are congratulated by their active brothers after winter pledging activities Feb.5.
The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon sponsored an all-campus dance at the Union
as part of their winter rush activities.
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Prospective pledges meet present pledges and actives at a party
sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha. The party was given at the Union
Drivers ignored The "No Parking" and "Unloading Only
Zone" signs . as They soughT parking spaces near Their
When The Temperafure dipped below zero and snow covered The sidewalks, coeds showed a
fashion preference for slacks, boots, and scarves.
Snow and Shrew Fall
during winTer quarTer
Evansville College TheaTre, in coniuncTion wiTh The Evansville Junior League,
presenTed Shakespeare's "Taming of The Shrew" Feb. 24-27 and March l-6 in
The audiTorium of The EasT Classroom Building.
For The Third consecuTive year, The casT presented The play aT ll Evansville and
Tri-sTaTe high schools and aT lllinois Wesleyan UniversiTy. The Junior League pro-
vided The money needed for The consfruciion of all The cosTumes and assumed
The expense for The Tours To The high schools.
Sam Smiley, associaTe professor of speech and drama, was director of The play
and Dudley Thomas, insTrucTor of speech and drama, was Technical direcTor.
Miss Sandra O'Connell, visiTing insTrucTor of speech, was cosTume supervisor.
Snow Tipped The evergreens gracing The McCurdy Memorial Union Building during one of The numerous winter snows Thai hit The Evansville
Grumio, Rand Ihle, calls the servants to attention for in
inspection. The grimy-looking servants are Jica Allen
Ormin Brown as Hortensio instructs Bianca, Carol Ritz, about the art of playing the lute
while Lucentio, Gary Bayer, awaits the opportunity to instruct her in poetry. Both had the
ulterior motive of courting the lovely young lady.
Sugarsop, Jack Schriber as Nicholas and Cindy Doty as
.lim Clark as the handsome and dashing Petruchio stares intently into the eyes of his shrew, Katherine, played by Terri
depriving his wite of food, clothing, and sleep, Petruchio turns his wild and unruly wretch into a calm and sensitive wife.
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Alpha Omicron Pi and Sigma Phi Epsilon received first place awards in the women's
and mens divisions of the i965 Musical Madness, E.C.'s annual musical variety
show. AOPi was presented the Bob Werne traveling trophy for the best over-all per-
formance. Second place division honors went to Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and to
Q Hughes Hall men's dormitory.
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Lynn Whittington was named best director. She directed Phi Mu sorority members
I in "Space Age Catastrophe." Jeanne McCulley directed the twice-winning AOPi's in
i "Strike," The Sig Ep skit, "South Nears Defeat," was directed by Dick Schrader.
ZTA's "Gold Strike in California" was under the direction of Lynne Risell. Denny Ar-
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mour directed the men of Hughes Hall in "U.S. Navy Goes on Inspection."
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Other groups which participated in the com-
petition included Chi Omega sorority, Inde-
pendent Campus Association, and Lambda
Chi Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Tau
Kappa Epsilon fraternities.
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- . ln order to be chosen a campus leader or notable, a
5 student must be a senior active in student affairs,
+ nominated by a student committee, and elected by
J the faculty.
A campus notable must have maintained a 3.0 cumu-
lative average for the past four quarters and a cam-
pus leader a 2.5 for the same length of time. Only
seven percent of the seniors are eligible to be named
campus leaders or notables.
The student nominating committee for the l964-65
campus leaders and notables was composed of
Nancy Roser, junior, Sharon Ross, iunior, and Jerry
Linzy, iunior. The faculty advisors to the committee
were Dr. Ralph Coleman, head of the department
Campus Leaders, FRONT ROW: Marilyn Nonte, Linda Branaman, and Nancy Morris. SEC- Ol m0llTemUllC5i Dr' James Morlockf head Ol the SO'
OND ROW: Terri Walsh, Nancy Brandt, Nancy Bowers, and Leland Maori. THIRD ROW: ciology department, and Mrs. Wilma Shafer, associ-
George Porch, Carol Bass, Liz Weiss, Jill Montgomery, Billie Sue Stirn, and Lino Wiseman. Cite pg-Qfegggr Qf educgfignb
BACK ROW: Don Bernhardt, Dave Little, Darrell Diamond, Jerry Sloan, John Gehlhausen
and Ben Brewster.
Campus Notables, SEATED, from left, are Janet Walsh, Beth Ann Bays, Judy Taylor, and Frances Wallar. BACK ROW, standing, are Paul Jolly,
Barbara Brown, Jim Clark, and Dan Knapp. Not pictured are Annette Nolen and Russ Grieger.
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Jim Dawson, Jim Buedel, Ed Wagner, Tom Young, Kim DeVault, Ted Groves, Bob Crane, Larry Hurst, Darryl Phillips, Tony lnzerello, Doug Stanley, and Com:
Hamilton, Steve Markwell, Larry Galvin, Karl Wentzel, Marty Amsler, Paul Bullard, Tom Cook, Jerry Latham, Matt Hatcher, Bob Glaser and Head Coach Paul Becl'
Grid Aces gain share of ICC crown
Football, the once-proud king of varsity athletics at Evansville College, this year
made its long-awaited emergence from the depths of oblivion and regained some of
the luster it had lost in recent seasons.
The Aces, playing a representative schedule which included games against rugged
non-conference foes Western Kentucky, Bradley, Southern Illinois, posted an overall
5-4-O record and gained a share of the Indiana Collegiate Conference champion-
ship with a 4-270 mark.
The aerial-minded Aces, with strong-armed quarterback Kim DeVault guiding the
offense, opened the i964 season by sweeping past conference opponent DePauw,
34-6. Victories over ICC foes St. Joseph, Indiana State, and Valparaiso followed be-
fore disaster, in the form of a band of Hilltoppers from Western Kentucky, struck.
The stinging defeat administered by the Kentuckians left the Aces reeling, and be-
fore the Purple and White had recovered, Ball State, Butler, and Bradley had walked
away with victories. The Aces, however, were not to be denied their first winning
season since l96O. In the season finale at Southern Illinois University, the Aces' rock-
ribbed defense dealt the Salukis a 2-O defeat.
When post-season honors were being passed out, Coach Paul Beck was named "Coach
I of the Year" by his fellow ICC mentors, and three Aces gained berths on the con-
ference all-star team. Named to the squad were fiankerback Bob Glaser, end Paul
l Bullard, and tackle Marty Amsler.
Marty Amsler blocks his man as Mike Madriaga carries
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6 if to 5 1 y K,itNN5vM5p Western Kentucky 37 . . . . . . . EC
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A Bradley Ql . ............. EC
XX S' f I EC 2 . .. . . . Southern Illinois
ack, Mike Carson, Bob Beck, Second row, Freshman coach Lemois Wires, Frank Rutigliano,
ecil Raymond, Back row, Assistant Coach Tom O'Brien, Jim Beasley, Tom Akin, Paul
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Aces get first winning season since '60
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Aces achieve perfect 24-O record
Evansville College, combining a fast-break oflense with a sticky
man-to-man defense, enioyed its finest hour in basketball by
posting a sparkling 24-O regular season record.
Coach Arad McCutchan's Aces presented their rabid followers
with everything from seven IOO-point productions to two heart-
stopping, one-point victories over neighboring Southern Illinois
University. With All-Americans Jerry Sloan and Larry Humes set-
ting the pace both offensively and defensively, the Aces defied
pre-season prognostications by slapping down University Divi-
sion foes Iowa, Northwestern, Notre Dame, George Washington,
Louisiana State, and Massachusetts. Indiana Collegiate Confer-
ence opponents found the EC basketball machine precision-
honed with an unprecedented third straight championship.
Humes paced Evansville scorers with a 32 points per game aver-
age. He broke the old ICC season scoring mark of 323 points
with 403 in I2 league games, and established a new school
scoring mark with 768 points. Sloan and Sam Watkins both
posted I7-point scoring averages, while Russ Grieger and Herb
Williams flirted with the IO-point mark throughout the season.
As a team, the Aces averaged nearly 95 points per game and
50 rebounds. It also was a red-letter year for Coach Arad Mc-
Cutchan as he passed the 300 mark in career victories.
The Aces were ranked No. I the entire season by both United
Press International and Associated Press sports writers. The
team received national recognition from Time, Sports Illustrated,
Newsweek, and Ebony magazines. By virtue of their outstanding
season, the Aces were selected to participate in the post-sea-
son NCAA College Division South Central Regional at Louisville,
Ky., to open defense of their T964 national title.
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SEATED, left to right: James Rubush, Gary McClary, Russ Grieger, Bill Simpson, Terry Atwater, Ron tberhard. SECOND ROW: Jim For-
man, Ron Johnson, Rick Kingston, Earl McCurdy, Don Jordan. THIRD ROW: Herb Williams, Sam Watkins, Jerry Sloan, Larry Denton, Lar-
ry Humes, John O'NeaI.
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Jerry Sloan goes through lowa's strong defense fo score fwo poinis.
Larry Humes is carried ol? the floor after his
basket in the final seconds of The SIU game
put the Aces on top, Bl-80.
This was a Typical crowd at Roberts Municipal Stadium during the Aces' home games.
ca pfu re ICC
Sam Watkins goes high for a lay-up against
LSU in The Holiday Tourney.
The "Fabulous Fox", Jerry Sloan C521 fights for a rebound.
Herb Williams C305 and Larry Humes l50l stand ready.
crown with 12-0 mark
Coach McCutchan seems pleased as he watches his team
practice at Carson Center.
Graceful Larry Humes goes up for a basket during the LSU
A trio of Aces battle for a loose ball during the indiana State
Acee rob 4th NCAA title by downing SIU
Bosketboll Record 129-Ol
90 .... lovvo .,...., .... 8 3
83 ,... Northwestern ..... .... 7 5
89 .... Notre Dome ....... . . 82
105 .... George Woshington . . . . . . . 80
93 .... LSU .............. .... 7 3
1 13 .... Mossochusetts .... .... 8 2
76 .... South Dokoto St. . . . . . . . 63
98 .... South Dokoto . . . . . . . 71
108 .... Boll Stote ..... .... 9 2
79 .... Butler ...... .... 7 1
1 17 .,,. DePouw ...... .... 8 8
82 .... Ky. Wesleyort ... .... 67
96 .... St. Joseph's . . . . . . . 77
81 ..,. SIU ........ .... 8 0
117 .... Boll'Stote 81
83 .... Volporoiso ... .... 78
'W 97 .... DePouw ..,..... .... 8 1
97 .... Indioho Stote ... .... 76
103 .... St. .Ioseph's . . . . . . . 73
84 .... Butler ..... .... 7 3
109 .... Volporoiso ..... .... 8 8
99 .... Ky. Wesleyon .. . .... 70
112 .... Ihdiorto Stote ... .... 84
68 .... SIU ...................... .... 6 7
116 .... Bethune-Coolcmon ....,...... . . 77
81 .... Bellormine ................ .. 74
92 .... Philoolelphio Textile ..,...... .... 7 6
93 .... St. Michoel's .. .... .... 7 O
85 .... 1 SIU ......,... .... 8 2
1 The Aces whoop it up ofter beoting SIU to win the NCAA Notionol Chom-
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All-American Lorry Humes 1501 drives for the bosket ogoinst the Philodelphio Textile Roms. Jerry Slocm 1521 cmd Som Wotkins 1121
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Arod McCutchon after clinching the NCAA
title for the second consecutive yeor.
Swimmers win conference title
f v 'ee, Varsity Swim Team-FIRST ROW: Dick Schleicher, Mike Enlow, Paul Jensen, Jan Pearson Jim Hauser Terry Foran Neil Will SECOND
ROW: Tom DeFur, Bryan Rathke, Tom Wolf, Rick Cohn, Dave Schlcinsker, Jim Almon, John Shatzer THIRD ROW Jim Barth Roy Huebsch
mann, Steve Crum, Tom Euler, Martin Wilson.
Swim Resu ts
EC 56 Eastern Illinois . .. .. . . 35
EC 38 Southern Illinois . . . . . . . 57
EC 5I Alabama ..... .... 4 4
EC 60 Tulane ... .... 35
EC 78 Ball State ..... I7
EC 66 Indiana State ... ... 29
EC 65 Illinois State ... .., 30
EC 69 Valparaiso ..... .... 2 5
EC 52 Univ. of Illinois .. 43
EC 70 DePauw .......... . . . 24
EC 70 Univ. of Kentucky . . . . . . 24
I C C Conference Results
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Indiana State ... ... 76
Valparaiso .... ... 46
DePauw .. ... 4l
Ball State . .. ... 22
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swimmers' times during practice.
Medley Relay Team members left to right, are Dick Schleicher, Mike Enlow, Paul Jensen and .lan Pearson
Members of the freshman swimming team are, left to right, Tim Chambern, Bill McCall, Bill Todd, Jack Shearer, Ron Watson and Ted Foland.
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Jones, Lee Diehl, Charlie Harmon, Chuck Garner, Jerry Brubaker, and Cy Young.
SAE Bob Jones tries to go around Sig Ep Bill Ellerbush to gain a few yards in intramural football
Jim Shea looks for a receiver for his pass.
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All-Intramural football team members are left to right, FIRST ROW: Jim Wooton, LCA, Paul
Walker, TKE, Gary Schulte, Dorm, and Steve Bauman, SPE. SECOND ROW: Bob Hawkins,
TKE, Mike Davis, Dorm, Bill Lateulere, SPE, and Cy Young, SAE.
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in an education.
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EVANSVILLE'S PROGRESSIVE HOSPITALS
Are All Stuffed by College Trained People
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1161 Division Street
Distinctive Cosuol Clothes
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NUSSMEIER ENGRAVING COMPANY
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23 S. E. Second Street
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Knobe pianos GENERAL INSULATION COMPANY
Kimball Pianos and Organs
609 N. Weinbach A
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Washington Avenue "Across From B
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927 Pennsylvania Ave.
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ADAMI, PATRICIA ANNE B.A. El. Ed.
Phi Kappa Pnl, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List, 8 times, Student Education As-
sc,cio::c-n- Cap and Gown.
ALBRECI-IT, MARY LOU B.A. Lib. Arts
Young Repcblicans, Psychology Club, Union Decorations Comm., Dance Comm.,
ALLEN, JANET C.
ALLEN, SAMMY K.
ALLENDER, JERRY WAYNE B.S. BUS.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Young Democrats, Pep Club, Circle "K", vice-pres., Club 39,
treas., Lambda Chi Alpha, Musical Madness, Sprocket Festival.
ANDREWS, WILLIAM PHILLIP B.S. Acct.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Musical Madness.
ATTERSON, MRS. LEWIS
AUEDERHAR, STEVE A. B.S. Elec. Eng.
Lambda Chi Alpha, Musical Madness.
BALL, CURT B.A.
Theta Alpha Phi, Alpha Psi Omega, College Theatre, president, College Theatre:
Rainmaker, Nude with Violin, Twelfth Night, Antigone, Playboy of the Western
World, The Good Woman of Setzuan, The Phantom, Banners of Steel.
BARCLAY, PATRICIA W.
BARTLETT, HARRY E.
BARTH, JAMES H. B.S. Bus. Manag.
Kiwanis Club, Young Democrats, Musical Madness, Varsity Swimming.
BASS, CAROL R.
BATEMAN, MEREDITH L.
BAUM, BARBARA S.
BAUMAN, JANE A.
BAYS, BETH ANN B.A.
Dean's List, 5 times, Cap and Gown, sec., Gamma Delta, Debate, Vocal Va-
rieties, Women's Council, pres., Inter-Resident Council, Dorm Floor Counselor,
Women's Recognition Dinner, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Student Assistant to
to English Dept.
BEAVERS, NANCY J.
BECK, ROBERT P.
BECKER, JAMES R. B.S. Acct
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List, 6 times, Henry J. Schroeder Me-
morial Scholarship, Indiana Chapter of C.P.A. Honor Award.
BEHME, JOHN A.
BELL, NANCY K. B.A. Sec. Ed.
Aqua Angels, Chairman of Intramurals, Women's Recreation Association, pres.,
Pep Club, Homecoming Activities, Women's Recognition Dinner, Intramural All
Sports Trophy, Co-Rec Tennis Champ.
BENNETT, DAVID T.
BENNETT, NATHANIEL E.
BENNETT, RICHARD L. B.S.
Dean's List, Varsity Football, 3 yrs., Freshman Basketball, Baseball, Football.
BERNHARDT, DONALD W. B.A.
Circle "K" Club, pres., Kappa Chi, vice-pres., Young Republicans, Religious Life
Committee, Intramural Football, "Collegiates".
BINGHAM, ROBERT P.
BIPPUS, LUCINDA L.
BLOSS, JUDITH A.
BLUM, GARY D.
BOBBITT, KEITH B.
BOHN, OSCAR E.
BONHAM, KENNETH M.
BORNEFELD, LARRY S.
BOWERS, NANCY ANN
Angel Flight, Area Executive Officer, Operations Officer, A.C.E., Pep Club,
Phi Mu, House chairman, Asst, treas., Pledge trainer, Doorkeeper, Musical Mad-
ness, Vocal Varieties, College Theatre, House of Bernarda Alba, Union, Publicity
Comm., Finance Chairman, Jr. Class Secretary, Student Senate, Moore Hall,
pres., President's Roundtable, Inner Dorm Council, Homecoming Dance Com-
mittee, United Fund Comm., May Day Comm., High School Senior Weekend
Comm., Bachelor of the Year, co-chairman. .
BOYLLS, CAROLE ANN B.M.E. Music
Sigma Alpha Iota, Edit., vice-pres, pres., Music Educators National Conference,
sec., Choir, Band, Choral-Ayres, Women's Recognition Dinner, Phi Mu Alpha
BRANAMAN, LINDA LEE B.A. EI.Ed.
Alpha Lambda Delta, sec., Dean's List, 3 times, Angel Flight, A.C.E., comm.
chrm., Gamma Delta, Chi Omega, pledge trainer, vice-pres., pres., Vocal Va-
rieties, Musical Madness, S.G.A., sec., Panhellenic, freshman class sec., sopho-
more class vice-pres., Who's Who, Women's Recognition Dinner, Lucille Jones
BRANDT, NANCY E. B.A.
Sigma Alpha Iota, treasurer, financial chairman, Association for Childhood Edu-
cation, president, vice-president, College Orchestra, concert mistress, A Cappella
Choir, Union Board Fine Arts Committee, Who's Who, Eichenhauser Memorial
BRAUN, CATHERINE ANNE B.A.
Alpha Psi Omega, business manager, Newman Club, Student Education Associa-
tion, Young Democrais, College Theater, The Alchemist, Cave Dwellers, The
House of Bernarda Alba, Comedy of Errors, The Enchanted, No Exit, The
Pelican, Love Rides the Rails, Twelfth Night, Antigone, Playboy of the Western
World, Good Woman of Setzuan, The Phantom, Come Blow Your Horn, The
Rciinmaker, Nude with Violin, Banners of Steel, Sound comm. chrm.
BRENTON, JACKIE R.
BRETZ, RALPH J., Jr. B.A.
Arnold Air Society, Area D-2 Administrative Officer, Executive OFHcer, Sigma
Phi Epsilon, Alumni-Relations Comm. chrm., sec., U.G. Dubach Scholastic Award,
Musical Madness, Military Ball Comm., ROTC Cadet Corps Commander.
BREWSTER, BENJAMIN C.
BROOKS, BARBARA A. B.A.
Dean's List, Student Christian Association, Women's Recreation Association, vice-
pres., Independents, treas., Student National Education Assoc., Marching Band,
Concert Band, Women's Council, Who's Who, Women's Recognition Dinner,
W.R.A., All-Sports Trophy.
BROWN, BARBARA ANN
Alpha Lambda Delta, vice-pres., Dean's List 5 times, Pi Gamma Mu, pres.,
Lutheran Student League, sec., vice-pres., Alpha Omicron Pi, vice-pres., pledge
trainer, scholarship chrm., AOPi of the Month, Musical Madness Director,
Standards Comm., Panhellenic Representative, Maiorette, Novice Debater, Union
Board, Chrm. Dance Comm., Panhellenic President, S.G.A. May Day Co-
Chairman, Who's Who, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart, Women's Recognition
Dinner, Louise D. Orr Memorial Scholarship, Business Dept. Secretary.
BROWN, DONALD L.
BRUCKS, WILLIAM R.
BULLARD, PAUL R.
BURCHFIELD, DANIEL R. B.A.
Arnold Air Society, Area Commander, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Student Education As-
B.A. El. Ed.
sociation, treas., Math Club, Computer Center Assist.
BUXTON, CATHERINE A.
BYERS, STANLEY C.
CAMP, ROLAND G.
CAMPBELL, DUANE R.
CAMPBELL, KENNETH H.
CARSTENS, CAROLE LEE
Pi Delta Epsilon, sec., Kappi Pi, Young Democrats, Student Education Associa-
tion, Gamma Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, standards, public relations, pledge
class pres., Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Comedy of Errors, Maiorette,
Franklin House, historian, Union Board, Publicity Comm. Chrm., President,
Crescent Reporter, LinC Section Edit., Club 39.
CHASE, CLAUDIA S.
CHRESTE, ROBERT B.
CIKALO, PETER F.
CLARK, JAMES A. Lib. Arts.
Alpha Psi Omega, Pres., Blue Key, M.S.M., Pres., State Tres., College Theater,
Alchemist, The Cave Dwellers, Comedy of Errors, The Enchanted, Love Rides
the Rails, Twelfth Night, Antigone, Playboy of the Western World, Good
Woman of Setzuan, Christ in the Concrete City, Banners of Steel, Taming of
the Shrew, Eagerheart, Band, Chorus, Glee Club, Vocal Varieties, Religious
Life Comm., Chair., S.G.A., Vice-Pres., Inter-Residence Council, Vice-Pres., Who's
Wlto, Intramural, Basketball, Swimming, Track, Football, Dormitory Floor Coun-
CLAYMAN, BETTY S.
COLEMAN, JAMES P.
COLMAN, LANA M.
COX, JO ANN B.S. Nursing
Indiana Association of Nursing Students, Evansville College Association of
Nursing Students, U.S. Army Student Nurse Program.
CRAIG, MARY L.
CROUCH, CHARLES D.
CYSSON, TERRY F. B.A.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain, Scholarship Chairman, Baseball.
DANNHEISER, CHARLES C.
DAVID, JERRY W. B.S. Mech. Eng.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's List, 6 times, Engineering Club, President, George
Orr Clifford Engineering Prize.
DAVISON, SHARON K.
DAVIS, CARROLL E. B.S. Elec. Eng.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's List, 2 times, Newman Club, Engineering Club,
Hughes Hall, Vice-pres., Inter-residence Council, Intramurals, Football, Volleyball.
DECKER, MARY H.
DEER, LINDA D. B.A. Lib. Arts
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's List, 5 times, Student Education Association, Women's
Recognition Dinner, Cap and Gown, Treas., Who's Who.
DENTON, LEONARD RAY B.A. Chem.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Beta Chi, Dean's List, American Chemical Society, En-
gineering Club, Union Dance Committee, Varsity Tennis, 3 years.
DE TORO, SANDRA J.
DIAMOND, DARREL K. B,A,
Phi Kappa Phi, Delta Sigma Rho, Tau Kappa Alpha, Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's
List, 8 times, Young Republicans, Treasurer, Vice-pres., History Club, Vice-pres.,
Debate Team, 4 years.
DIEKMANN, EDWARD C., JR.
DIGESUALDO, FRANCIS J.
DJIDICH, ROBERTA El.Ed.
Association for Childhood Education, Young Democrats, Home Economics Club,
Foreign Relations Club, Kappi Pi, Vocal Varieties, College Theater: Cave Dwel-
lers, House of Bernada Alba, Comedy of Errors, Love Rides The Rails, The
Alchemist, Antigone, Hootenanny, Usherettes, Union Finance, Publicity, Person-
nel Committees, Volunteer Worker for Boy's Club.
DORMADY, CHRISTINA S.
DROMPP, NANCY C.
DULL, RICHARD F.
DUMES, IRENE M. B.A. El.Ed.
DUNCAN, ALBERT G.
EATON, L. J.
EDWARDS, GARY W. B-5-
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Arnold Air Society, Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman, Out-
standing Active I963, Musical Madness, Freshman Class, Pres., S.G.A. Vice-
Pres., Who's Who.
ELLERBROOK, DANIEL O.
ELLERBUSCH, FREDERICK W.
ELLIOTT, SARA J. B.A.
Angel Flight, Area Commander, Area Comptroller, Young Republicans, M.S.M.,
Gamma Delta, Vocal Varieties, Alternate Cheerleader, Dorm Intramurals, 4
years, Sports Director, Homecoming Queen Candidate Chairman, Union Person-
nel Comm., Inter-Residence Council, Women's Recognition Dinner, Ist place
Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball.
ESCHE, ALICE ELAINE B.S. Nurs.
Dean's List, 7 times, Cap and Gown, Evansville College Association of Nursing
Students, Vice-pres., Pres., Distinguished Service Award.
FALLWELL, ELIZABETH A.
FELTNER, CAROLYN G.
FERGUSON, SANDRA L. B-A.
Dean's List, Student Education Association, Young Democrats, Pom-Pom Girl,
Union, Personnel, President's Roundtable, Franklin House, Pres., Basketball
Queen Attendant, Franklin Intramurals, House Counselor.
FINCHER, CAROLYN E.
FIRELINE, BILLIE J.
FISHER, NORYA D.
FISHER, ROSEMARY G.
FISHER, WILFORD E.
FLEENER, JOYCE A. B-55 NUFS-
Senior Nursing Class, Treas., Evansville College Association of Nursing Stu-
FORAN, TERRY R. B-5-
Varsity Swimming Team, 3 years, Cross Country.
FORMAN, JAMES F.
FOX RONALD S. BM-E.
Phi lxllu Alpha, Pres., Dean's List, 3 times, Blue Key, Music Educator's National
Conference, Pres., Concert Band, Pres., Band, Orchestra, Choir.
FULKERSON, STIRMAN R.
FUQUAY, GARY H.
FUQUAY. JAMES M.
Professor Dean Long and his wife, Katherine, relax in their home on Mulberry Street.
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relationship with the community in which it is situated as any
college in the nation," according to Ralph Olmsted, business
manager of the College. "Much of the credit goes to Dean
Long for the intelligent and consistent way in which he has
dealt with the problems of College-Community relations."
"Many colleges and universities do not tie-in with the com-
munities in which they are located, but Dean Long has tied
Evansville College in with the business community," said Norman
Shane, vice-president of Shane Manufacturing Company.
"He has become a part of the business community and has
learned the basic community and business problems from the
business standpoint rather than from just the academic view,"
stressed Tom Gregory, business manager of the Evansville
"I have nothing but respect for him as a person and as an edu-
cator," he added. "I have nothing but respect for what he has
done to further the growth of executives. Through his seminar
classes, he has helped executives expand their backgrounds
and others to become leaders."
Joseph Kalivoda, branch manager of Fruehauf Trailer Company,
said, "He could have been a tremendous executive in industry
with his background and knowledge. He preferred, however, to
stay in education."
"He's been a good representative of Evansville College, his ac-
tivities and his ability to participate have given the College a
good reputation," said D. W. Vaughn, vice-president of South-
ern lndiana Gas and Electric Company.
Mr. Vaughn said, "l've worked with him in business as well as
at the College. One asset to both the College and the business
community was the program for co-operative engineering which
he was partially responsible for setting up.
"He brought to Evansville the Evansville branch of the Uni-
versity of Chicago Industrial Relations Institute," he added.
"Through that many persons have had an opportunity to gain
additional training and education in their fields."
A native of Blakesburg, la., Dean Long quit school after the
eighth grade to work on his father's T20-acre farm. Four years
later, at the age of l7, he obtained a job in a bakery-confec-
tionery and went to high school. Although he worked from
3 p.m. until ll p.m. daily, he Hnished school as valedictorian of
his class. He worked his way through Simpson College as a
head-waiter in the girls' dorm and as a library janitor. At
Simpson, he was president of his sophomore class and president
of the Student Council.
He enrolled in the Harvard School of Business where he re-
ceived a master's degree in business administration two years
later. He came to Evansville College in 1929, he has held many
jobs at the College including that of acting president in the
T954-55 school year.
Dean Long found so much to do that he never found the time
to go back to school for his Ph.D. But he became Dr. Long last
year when Dr. Ralph C. John, president of Simpson College,
gave him the honorary doctorate of humanities.
This T965 LinC is dedicated to Dean Long as a recorded appre-
ciation for his many contributions to the advancement of Evans-
ville and Evansville College.
A simple statement by Nicholas Brown, Dean of the College,
expresses the administrative attitude toward Dean Long: "Al-
though he has served the College faithfully for a long time, his
contribution cannot be measured in years alone, for he has
invested his talent as well as his time in the development of
the College. His influence will be felt by students and faculty
alike for years to come."
GARLAND, LAURA J, B.A.
Bi Sci Clcb, Yi:-.ng Republicans, Zeta Tau Alpha, Corresponding Secretary,
Mus cal Maclness- Ei ilggy Lab Assistant.
GARLAND, RICHARD E. B.A. Sec. Educ.
Dean's Lzr- ijcrig Republicans, Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman, Executive
Board, lvlcsicnl Madness, Vocal Varieties, Inter-fraternity Council, President's
Roiyndtoblef Srphimore Class President, Basketball, Football.
GEHLHAUSEN JOHN D. B.A.
Arngtlij Air F ice-iv, Comptroller, Dean's List, 5 times, Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-Pres.
GEORGESEN, DAVID N.
GERRITYJ, THOMAS E.
GILBERT, DVVIGHT L.
GILLESPIE, FRANKLIN D.
GLASER, ROBERT P.
GOEN, JAMES M,
GOFFINET. OLIVER L.
GOLEMBIEWSKI, EDWARD LEO B.S. Elec. Eng.
Engineering Club, Vice-Pres., Varsity Football.
GOUGH, MARY HELEN B.S. Nurs.
Angel Flight, Supply OflScer, Evansville College Association of Nursing Students,
Gamma Delta, Cheerleader, Freshman Nursing Class President, Engineering
Picnic Queen Candidate.
GOWDY, ROBERT B.A.
Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Eta Sigma, Dean's List, 8 times.
GARY, CHARLES D.
GREEN, DAVID J., JR. B.A.
Dean's List, 2 times, Student Education Association, Young Democrats, Varsity
Basketball, Baseball, Track, Cross Country, NCAA Basketball Champions.
GREEN, JOHN W. B.A.
Kappa Pi, Vice-Pres., Pledge Trainer, Pledge Class President, Dean's List.
GREENFIELD, DONNA J. L.A.
Angel Flight, Young Democrats, Union Decorations Committee, Military Ball
Queen, Crescent Staff, LinC Advertising Staff.
GREER, JEAN C. B.A.
A.C.E., Mrs. Club, W.R.A.
GRIEGER, RUSSELL M. B.A.
Psi Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List, 3 times, Psychology Club,
Pres., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Rush Chairman, Intramurals, Junior Class Vice-
Pres., Senior Class Treas., Student Senate, Director Intramural Football and Golf,
Who's Who, Bachelor of the Year, Varsity Basketball.
GRIESE, JEANETTE E. B.A. Sec. Ed.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List, 6 times, History Club, Na-
tional Education Association, Pep Club, Student Education Association, Women's
GRIMM, CHARLES T.
HAAS, WILLIAM J.
HAHN, CURTIS A.
HALBIG, LARRY J. B.S. Mech. Eng.
Newman Club, Vice-Pres., Engineering Club, Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers, Varsity Baseball, Intramurals.
HALBIG, STEVE E. B.A.
Phi Delta Epsilon, Treas., Dean's List, I time, Newman Club, Pres., President's
Roundtable, Crescent, Sports Editor.
HALL, JOHN D.
HALL, JOHN MARTIN, JR. B.S.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Controller, Ritualistic Olticer, Social Committee, Assistant
Pledge Trainer, Musical Madness, Vocal Varities, Intramurals, Tennis, Swimming,
HAMBLEN, SANDRA K. B.A.
Kappa Chi, Sec., Pres., National President, Dean's List, 6 times, M.S.M., Social
Chrm., Vice-Pres., Indiana M.S.M., World Christian Community Chrm., National
Student Christian Federation Quadrennial Conference Delegate, Central Regional
M.S.M. Steering Committee, Who's Who, Women's Recognition Dinner, National
Methodist Scholarship Winner, 2 years, Intramurals, Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis,
3rd place, Bowling, lst place, l963 All-Star Basketball Team.
HAMILTON, GARY VV. B.S. Bus. ACI.
Dean's List, 5 times, Union, Publicity, Finance, J. Henry Schroeder Memorial
Scholarship, 2 years.
HANCOCK, CAROL S.
HANKINS, JOY L. El. Ed.
Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice-Pres., A.C.E., Young Republicans, Sec., Pep Club, Cheer-
leading Comm., Publicity Comm., M.S.M., Alpha Omicron Pi, Public Relations,
Activities Chrm, Social Chrm. Rush Comm., Cheerleader, Captain 2 years, Vocal
Varieties, Musical Madness, Dad's Day, Union, Publicity Comm., Corp Member,
House Comm., Intramurals, Basketball, Track, Softball, Volleyball, Linc Adver-
tising Manager, 3 years, Crescent Advertising Staff, Freshman Orientation
HAPPE, NORMAN L.
HARL, JAMES L.
HARRIS, WILLIAM D. B.S.
HARRISON, RICHARD B. B.S.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's List, 4 times.
HAUKE, DONALD J.
HAUSER, JAMES A.
HAYES, JERRY L.
Dean's List, I time, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Institute of Electrical and Electronic En-
gineers, ROTC, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Award.
HEAD, ROBERT JOSEPH B.S. Elec. Eng.
HEINLIN, BARBARA J.
HEINLIN, MARY ANN B.A.
Dean's List, 3 times, Mrs. Club.
HENSLEY, JOHN C.
HERDEL, CHRIS S.
HIATT, MARILYN A.
HIGDON, VIRGINIA L. B.M.E.
M.S.M., Music Educator's National Conference, Band, 4 years, Choir, 4 years,
Choral-Ayers, 2 years, Clarinet Choir, I year.
HIGGINS, DIANA L.
HIGGS, WENDELL D. B.A.
Dean's List, 2 times, Sophomore Class Vice-Pres., Divine Comedy, Narrator.
HILL, BEVERLY S.
HILLENBRAND, DALE F.
HOLDER, TERRY K.
HOPE, ERIN D. B.A.
Kappa Pi, Sec., Treas.: Sigma Alpha Iota, Glee Club, Vocal Varieties, Choir,
Union, Fine Arts Comm., Sec., Chrm., Publicity Comm., Vice-Chrm., Moore Hall,
HORROM, JOHN M. B.S. Bus. Ad.
Engineering Club, Acacia, American Management Association.
HORSTKETTER, JAMES E.
HOUCHINS, JOHN E.
HOWERTON, REGINA R.
HOY, DONALD WESLEY B.A.
Dean's List, I time, Kappa Chi, Pres., Student Christian Association, Vice-Pres.,
Pres., Circle K, Who's Who, Bigney Scholarship. Arnold Air Society, Institute of
Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Vice-Pres., ROTC Drill Team.
HOYT, LORNA D.
HUEBSCHMANN, JOAN M.
HULLSMAN, GERALD W. I
HUNTER, JOHN H. BIS'
Varsity Football, Intramural, Football, Wrestling.
HYDE, MARY ANN B.A.
Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List, 5 times, Cap and Gown, Newman
Club, Recording Secretary, Young Democrats, History Club, International Rela-
tions Club, .Alpha Omicron Pi, Parliamentarian, Recording Secretary, Musical
Madness, Union, House Comm., Dance Comm., Women's Recognition Dinner, Hal
Burkhart History Award, Chi Omega Social Service Award, Intramurals, Bad-
JAQUESS, VICKI L.
JEFFERSON, PATRICIA A. B.A.
Dean's List, 8 times, Cap and Gown, Vice-Pres., Student Education Association,
Chi Omega, Pledge Trainer, Homecoming Display Chairman, Musical Madness,
Mistress of Ceremonies, Vocal Varieties, College Theater, The Good Woman
of.Setzuan, Taming of the Shrew, Phantom, Aladdin and The Wonderful Lamp,
Union Comm., Women's Recognition Dinner, Intramurals, Swimming, Basketball,
JENSEN, PAUL A.
JEROME, ARNOLD K., JR.
JOHNSON, LARRY A.
JOHNSON, RALPH E.
JOHNSON, RICHARD L.
JOLLY, PAUL E.
JONES, RICHARD L.
JONES, ROBERT S.
JUSTICE, BEVERLY A.
KAETZEL, RONALD E.
KAETZEL, STEVEN G.
KALKWARE, RUDY A. B.A-
WEVC, ROTC, Freshman Football, Packers Intramural Basketball, Football.
KARCH, -MARY VICTORIA B.A-
Kappa Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, College Theater, The Sea Gull, Mad Women of
Chaillot, Bernarda Alba, The Cave Dwellers, Comedy of Errors, Eagerheart, The
Enchanted, Costume Chairman for Comedy of Errors.
KATTERHENRY, DONALD L. . B.A.
Lambda Chi Alpha, Musical Madness, Interfraternity Council, Intramural Steer-
KATTERHENRY, MICKEY E. B.A.
Angel Flight, Area D-2 Administrative Officer, Dean's List, 2 times, Pep Club,
Gamma Delta, Union, Social Chrm., Publicity Comm., Social Comm., Women's
Recognition Dinner, Basketball Queen Candidate.
KAYLAR, DAVID R.
KEMP, JUDITH A.
KEUSCH, EUGENE B,M.E'
Band, Vice-Pres., Music Educator's National Conference, Treas., Phi Mu Alpha
Sinfonia, Band, Choir, Men's Glee Club, Brass Choir.
KEusci-I, KATHLEEN A. B,A,
Dean's List, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sec., Newman Club, Student Education Associa-
tion, Pres., Women's Recognition Dinner.
KIESEL, STEPHEN R.
KING, NANCY J.
KING, WINNIE B.A-
Pep Club, Gamma Delta, Pom-pom Girl, Union Games Comm., Junior Class
Treas., Student Senate, Publicity Chairman Women's Dorm, Miss United Fund
Candidate, Intramurals, Volleyball, Badminton.
KIRSCHNER, SHARON DAVISON B.S. Nurs.
Senior Nursing Class Sec., Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties.
KNAPP, DANIEL ROGER B,A,
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Chi, Pres., Dean's List, IO times,
Blue Key, American Chemical Society, Vice-Pres., Pres., Tau Kappa Epsilon, May
Day Committee, Activities Chrm., General Chrm., Freshman Chemistry Achieve-
ment Award, Freshman Mathematics Achievement Award, Research Assistant in
Chemistry, Computer Lab Assistant.
KNOKE, BARBARA A. B.S.
Student Nurse's Association, Gamma Delta, Moore Hall, Vice-Pres., Junior Nurs-
ing Class, Pres., Sophomore Nursing Class Pres.
KOENIG, WILLIAM R. B.A.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Biology Club.
KOHL, THELMA CATHERINE B.A.
Dean's List, 4 times, Newman Club, Women's Recognition Dinner, Lab Assistant.
LAMBERT, NANCY DROMPP B.S. Nurs.
Evansville College Association of Nursing Students, Gamma Delta, Musical Mad-
ness, Vocal Varieties, Senior Class Vice-Pres.
LAMPSON, SUSAN M.
LAWSON, JAMES S. B.S. Mech. Eng.
Engineering Club, Publicity Chairman, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Musical Madness, In-
tramurals, Basketball, Bowling, Volleyball.
LEACH, JAMES CHARLES B.A.
Pi Delta Epsilon, Pres., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Historian, S.G.A. Publications Com-
mittee, Chairman, Crescent Editor, Pi Delta Epsilon Scholarship.
LeDUC, RICHARD J.
LETSINGER, CHARLES EDGAR, Il B.M.E.
Dean's List, Phi Mu Alpha, Alumnae Secretary, Blue Key, Music Educator's Na-
tional Conference, Publicity Chairman, Sigma Phi Epsilon,Song Chairman, Musical
Madness, Band, Orchestra, Choir, President, Choral-Ayres, Brass Ensemble, March-
ing Band Drum Maior, Who's Who, Sinfonia Dance Band, Presser Scholarship.
LISEMBEE, WILLIAM AMOS B.S. Elec. Eng.
Arnold Air Society, I.E.E.E., Sec., Treas., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Musical Madness,
Assistant Stage Manager, Vocal Varieties, May Day Activities, Military Ball, Com-
mittee Chairman, Lab Assistant, Physics Department.
LITTLE, CHARLES DAVID B.A.
Young Democrats, History Club, Lambda Chi Alpha Rush, Public Relations Chair-
man, Vice-Pres., Outstanding Active, l963, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Stu-
dent Senate, Senior Class Pres., Union Board, President, Committee Chairman,
Homecoming Chairman, May Day Activities, Chairman Dad's Day, Spring Week-
end, Publicity and Bike Race Chairman, Overall Co-chairman, Who's Who, Intra-
murals, Swimming, Football, Track, Basketball, LinC, Assistant Sports Editor.
LIVINGSTON, PAMELA K.
LOVE, JAMES W.
LUCAS, JAMES F.
LUCKETT, JAMES F. B.A.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-Pres. Pledge Class, Pledge Board, Social Chairman,
Pledge Trainer, President, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Intramurals.
MACDONALD, SHERRIL ELAINE B-A-
Student Christian Association, Sec., M.S.M., Publicity, Gamma Delta, Vocal Va-
rieties, Union, Publicity Comm, Inter-residence Council, Moore Hall, Sec., Pres.,
Women's Council, Vice-Pres., Counselor for Gamma Delta, Women's Recognition
Dinner, Intramurals, lst place Swimming, Aqua Angels.
MACK, GARY M.
MAPLE, MICHAEL B.
MARKLAND, NORMAN R.
MARSCH, MITCHELL G. B.S.
Dean's List, I time, Math Club.
MARTIN, NANCY J.
MARTS, JUDITH C. B.A.
A.C.E., Union: House Committee.
MASON, JON D.
MASON, JUDITH E.
MASON, LINDA S. B.S.
Evansville College Association of Nursing Students, Indiana Association of Nurs-
ing Students, Gamma Delta, Union, Intramural Basketball.
MATTHIESEN, DAVID LEE
MATTHIESEN, DONNA KING B.A.
Kappa Pi, Sec., Pep Club, Pres., History Club, Club 39, 2 years, Phi Mu, Sec.,
Corresponding Sec., Gamma Delta, Homecoming Chairman, Vocal Varieties,
Musical Madness, S.G.A. Secretary, Union, Fine Arts Comm., Dance Comm.,
2nd Runner-up Miss Evansville College, Intramurals, Tennis, Volleyball, Basket-
MAYES, THURMAN WAYNE
MAYFIELD, SUSAN J. B.M.E.
Sigma Alpha Iota, Dean's List, I time, Choir, 4 years, Treas., Sigma Alpha
Iota, Pres. of Pledge Class, Honor-Pledge, Band, Choral-Ayres, 4 years, Vocal
Varieties, College Theater, Eagerheart, Basketball Attendant, Music Educator's
National Conference, Sec.
MCCLAREN, RAYMOND WILLIAM B.S. Bus. Ad.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Student Christian Association, Independent Campus Association,
McCULLOUGH, CAROLYN JEAN B.A.
Kappa Pi, Young Republicans, Publicity Chairman, Pep Club, Publicity Chairman,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Historian, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Union, Publicity
Co-Chairman, Personnel Committee, May Day Committee, Basketball Queen
Attendant, Homecoming Publicity, Decoration Committee, Indiana State Teacher's
MCDANIEL, ROBERT B.A.
Dean's List, 2 times, Kappa Mu Epsilon, S.N.E.A.
MCDONALD, WILLIAM ROY B.S. Mech. Eng.
Dean's List, 3 times, Engineering Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Musical Madness,
Union: Publicity Committee.
MCKENZIE, JACK RANDALL B.A.
Arnold Air Society, BiSci Club.
MEFFORD, KATHRYN R. B.S. Nurs.
Dean's List, I time, Inter-Varsity, Sec., Treas., Missionary Chairman, Evansville
College Association of Nursing Students, Vice-Pres.
MELSHEIMER, RICHARD E.
MEYER, JAMES W.
MEYER, MICHAEL L.
MILLER, GEORGIA A.
MILLER, ROBERT L.
MILTON, THOMAS. R.
MINNIS, WILLIAM CHARLES B.A.
Pschology Club, Treas., Kappa Chi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Musical Madness, Choir,
Campus Improvement Committee, Chairman.
MITCHELL, DONALD C.
MOMINEE, JOHN W.
MILLER, MARY EDITH B.A.
Adult Childhood Education B.A. Soc.
MONTGOMERY, JILL B.A. Soc.
Psi Chi, Vice-Pres., Psychology Club, Baptist Student Union, Delta Alpha Pi,
Moore Hall Paddle Award, College Theater, Nevertheless, Choir, Computer Com-
mittee, Dorm Corridor Representative, 3 quarters, Miss Evansville College,
lst Runner-Up, Miss United Fund, Intramurals, Basketball Ist place, Tennis, 2nd
MONTGOMERY, MARY LEE B,A,
Dean's List, times, Phi Mu, Registrar, Librarian, Musical Madness, Vocal
VGFISIISS: Union, Finance Committee, Student Senate, Senior Class Treas.,
Women's Council, Sec., Intramurals, Badminton, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball.
MOON, LELAND w. B,A,
Dean's List,.2 times, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Blue Key, Kappa Pi, Pep Club, Stu-
dent Education Association, Chemistry Club, Lambda Chi Alpha, Union: House
Committee, Chairman, Union Board, Who's Who.
MOORE, ANNEITTA B,S,
Pi Delta Epsilon, Treas., Alpha Lambda Delta, Historian, Dean's List, 2 times,
Student Education Association, Methodist Student Movement, Debate, Gamma
Delta, Junior Counselor for Gamma Delta, Women's Council, First Vice-Pres.,
Bigney House, Treas., Franklin House, Vice-Pres., Crescent, Advertising Manager,
LinC, Managing Editor, Essay, Editor, College Theater, House Committee, Cos-
MOORE, MARTHA C.
MORRIS, JANICE K. B,A,
Dean's List, I time, National Collegiate Assiciation for Secretaries, Debate,
Excellent Speaker's Award.
MORRIS, NANCY JEAN B,A,
Pi Delta Epsilon, Pres., Angel Flight Commander, Zeta Tau Alpha, Pledge Trainer,
Rush Chairman, Zeta Lady, Panhellenic Representative, Musical Madness, Vocal
Varieties, S.G.A. Delegate-at-Large, Panhellenic Vice-Pres., Jr. Panhellenic Pres.,
Student Senate, Military Ball Publicity Committee, Administrative Board, President's
Roundtable, S.G.A. Publications, Homecoming Committee, Who's Who, LinC,
Editor-in-Chief, Advertising Manager, Section Editor, Crescent, Campus Edi-
NEWKIRK, JOSEPH A.
NOLEN, FRANCES ANNETTE B.A.
Dean's List, 9 times, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pres., Junior Advisor,
Cap and Gown, Treas., Phi Beta Chi, Angel Flight, Pledge Class Pres., Area In-
formation oFlicer, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sec., National Convention Delegate, New-
man Club, Sec., S.N.E.A., Pep Club, Club 39, Sprocket Festival Comm., Fresh-
man Orientation Committee, Alpha Omicron Pi. Panhellenic Representative, Stan-
dards Chairman, Intramurals, Leader's Council, Highest Grades Award, Musical
Madness, Vocal Varieties, Novice Debater, Pom-Pom Girl, Union, House,
Dance, Personnel Committee, Panhellenic, Vice-Pres., Jr. Panhellenic Advisor,
Student Senate, Senior Class Sec., Who's Who, Women's Recognition Dinner,
3 years, Engineering Club Picnic Queen, Holly Ball Queen, Intramurals, Volley-
ball, Basketball, S.G.A. Tutoring Service, Sharon Hurst Alpha Phi Mu Award,
NOLEN, MARK B.
NOLTING, JERRY W. B.S. Mech. Eng.
NONTE, MARILYN ANN B.A. Soc.
DSGYVS List, Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice-Pres. Pledge Class, Pep Club, Newman Club,
Chi Omega, Sec., Pres. of Pledge Class, Musical Madness, Pom-Pom Girl, Ace-
ettes, Union: House, Games Committee, Junior Panhellenic, Spring Weekend Com-
mittee, Chairman, Homecoming Committee, Chairman, Intramurals, Bowling, lst
place, High Game Trophy, LinC, Photographer, Crescent, Photographer.
NOURSE, EVA A.
NUSSMEYER, LINDA S.
OBERHAUSEN, JANE A.
OBERT, ROBERTA E. B.A.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Newman Club, Young Democrats, Math Club, Women's
Recreation Association, Student Education Association, Indiana State Teachers
Association, Musical Madness, Union, Social Committee, Franklin House, Vice-
Pres., Inter-residence Council, May Day Attendant, Intramurals.
OFFERMAN, NANCY L.
OSBORNE, JUDITH L.
OTTERSON, LUELLA R.
OWEN, ELIZABETH K. L.
PARKHURST, PEGGY J.
PATBERG, GRETA H.
PATMORE, GAREY WAYNE B.A.
Phi Delta Theta, College Theater, Comedy of Errors, W.E.V.C. Staff.
PATTON, NOEL L.
PAULIN, RALPH E.
PEAKE, WILLIAM RONALD B.A.
Kappa Pi, Folksinger.
PEARSON, JAN A. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Pres., Spring Water Show, Union, Publicity Committee, Hovda
House, Vice-Pres., Varsity Swimming, 3 years, Pi Sigma Epsilon Newsletter.
PFRIGO, PATRICIA GENTRY B.S. Home Econ.
Dean's List, I time.
PHILLIPS, JANICE L.
PHILLIPS, PAULINE B. B.A.
Phi Rho Pi, Dean's List, 3 times, Student Education Association, International
Relations Club, National Education Association, Mrs. Club.
POE, MARY E. B.A.
Dean's List, I time, Kappa Chi, Vice-Pres., Baptist Student Union, Vice-Pres., Re-
ligious Life Committee, Chairman, Who's Who.
PORCH, GEORGE A. B.A.
Blue Key, Pres., Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List, 5 times, History Club,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer, Pledge Class Sec., Varsity Debate, Musical
Madness, Vocal Varieties, S.G.A. Social Life Committee, Union, Games, Dance
Committee, May Day Committee, Intramurals.
POUNDS, JANET S. B.A.
Dean's List, I time, Women's Recreation Association, Gamma Delta, Cheer-
leader, 2 years, Pep Club, 3 years, Pep Club Theme Committee, Student Sen-
ate, Residence Scholastic Recognition Award, Women's Intramurals-Chairman, ln-
tramurals, Basketball Queen Court.
POWELL, GARY D.
PRESTON, THOMAS JR.
PRICE, JUDY C. B.S. Med. Tech.
Angel Flight, Drill Team Commander, Phi Mu, Treas., Pres., Vice-Pres. Pledge
Class, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Sophomore Class Sec., Jr., Sr. Panhel-
lenic, Spring Weekend Steering Committee, Women's Recognition Dinner, Intra-
mulrmals, Frieda B. lchenhauser Memorial Scholarship, Academic Alumnae Schol-
RALSTON, LYNN B. B.A.
Dean's List, 3 times, Student Education Association, National Education Associa-
tion, Indiana State Teacher's Association, ROTC Distinguished Award.
RATCLIFF, CARRIE J.
RAYMOND, CECIL JR.
REINHART, JAMES O. B.A.
American Chemical Society, Vice-Pres., Newman Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon.
REISING, JOAN B. B.S.
Young Republicans, Newman Club, Delta Gamma.
REISS, ANTHONY W.
RICHMOND, GAYLE S.
RINSCH, ARNOLD M.
ROBB, JOHN A. B.S.
Pi Delta Epsilon, Musical Madness, Hughes Hall, Pres., Vice-Pres., Dorm Council,
Inter-residence Council, President's Roundtable, Union Board, Entertainment
Committee, Intramurals, President of Bowling League, Football, All-Intramural
Team, Swimming, Medley Relay Team, Basketball, Crescent Staff, Tug-of-War
Team, May Day Activities, Homecoming Activities, Freshman Class Treas., Action
Party Campaign Chairman.
ROBINSON, CHARLOTTE A.
ROSENMEIER, HARVEY B.A.
Arnold Air Society, Information Officer, ROTC Distinguished Cadet Award,
Group Commander, Association Childhood Education, Intramurals.
SABO, BARBARA J.
SAMPSON, SHIRLEY J. B.A.
Psi Chi, Pres., Charter Member, Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List, II times, Psychology
Club, Sec., History Club, BiSci Club, Young Republicans, Alpha Gamma Delta,
Women's Recognition Dinner, Who's Who.
SANDEFUR, KATHY R. B.A.
Dean's List, 2 times, Association Childhood Education, Chi Omega, Social Serv-
ice, Publicity, Musical Madness, Costume Committee, Vocal Varieties, Choir,
Union Board, Fine Arts, Core Committee.
SANDERS, LINDA K. B.A.
Union Board, House Committee, Association of Childhood Education.
SAVAGE, JANICE V.
SCHEELE, CAROLYN A.
Newman Club, Independent Campua Association, Association Childhood Educa-
tion, Gamma Delta, Basketball Queen Candidate.
SCHLEICHER, RICHARD C.
SCHMITT, BARBARA J. B.A.
Women's Recreation Association, Treas., Mrs. Club, Intramurals, Volleyball, Ist
place, Basketball, 2nd place, Softball, Ist place.
SCHMITT, CAROLYN D. B.A.
Kappa Pi, Treas., Pres., Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's List, I time, S.G.A., Publicity
Chairman, Crescent and LinC Photographer.
SCHNEIDER, NANCY L.
SCHOLL, KENNETH A.
SCHRIEFER, MARY ANN B.A.
Dean's List, I time, BiSci Club, Phi Mu, Treas., Corresponding Sec., Vocal Varie-
ties, Women's Council, Sec., Women's Recognition Dinner.
SCHROER, MICHAEL R.
SCHUETTER, SUSAN E. B.A. Soc.
Newman Club, Young Democrats, Sec., Psychology Club, Musical Madness, Frank-
lin House, Pres., Wing Representative, Inter-residence Council, Union Board, Ram-
SCOTT, CAROL J. B.A.
Dean's List, 5 times, Mrs. Club, Pres., Association Childhood Education.
SEIFFERTT, KENNETH W.
SHACKLEFORD, DAN P. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Treas., Lambda Chi Alpha.
SHEFFNER, RUTH E.
SHIRLEY, SANDRA S.
SILKE, MARTHA ELIZABETH B.A.
Dean's List, I time, Mrs. Club.
SIMCOX, NORMA J. B-A-
Young Republicans, Young Democrats, M.S.M., Social Studies Club, Intervarsity
Christian Fellowship, International Relations Club, National Education Associa-
tion, Independent Campus Association, Vocal Varieties.
SIMCOX, ROBERT W. B.S. Elec. Eng.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Dean's List, 6 times, Math Club, Pres., En-
gineering Club, Edna L. Brentano Scholarship.
SIMPSON, CLEDITH R. B-5-
Arnold Air Society.
SMALLWOOD, EDGAR M.
SMITH, BARBARA A.
Angel Flight, Dean's List, 3 times, Student Education Association, Phi Mu, Vice-
Pres., Standards, Sec, Best Pledge, Vocal Varieties, Musical Madness, Union
Board, Finance Committee, Homecoming Committee, Dad's Day, Intramurals,
Szgma Phi Epsilcn Sv'-.eetheart Court, 2 years.
srviitii DONALD c. , BA-
Pi Delta Eps len, Vice-Pres., Circle "K", Publicity Chairman, International Rela-
tions CI.b, P:-.-gram Chairman, Vocal Varieties, Master ot Ceremonies, Crescent,
Business Manager, Campus Editor, Columnist.
SMITH, DONALD E.
soNriER, snARi2oN J. BA-
W ' ist I times Vocal Varieties Union Board House Com
Gamma Lolo, Deans L , : I 1 '
mittee, Games Committee, Floor Counselor in Dorm, 3 years, Essay, "The Lost
SPALDING, LEONARD O.
SPRINKLE, RICHARD K.
STEGMAIER, RICHARD W.
STEPHENSON, LARRY K. B.A.
Dean's List, I time, Pi Delta Epsilon, Religious Council, Literary Club, Sigma Phi
Epsilon, Who's Who, Best Collegiate Sports Writer, Best Collegiate Feature
Writer, All-America Sportwriting Team, Editor-in-Chiet of Crescent, LinC Staff
Writer, Economics Council Representative.
STEWART, JERRY P.
STEVENS, LINDA GAYLE BA-
Dean's List, I time, Kappa Pi, Kappa Chi, History Club, Baptist Student Union,
Kappa Delta, Scholarship, Rush Chairman, Advertising Director tor Baptist Stu-
dent Union tor Indiana.
STIRN, BILLIE suE 3-S-
Angel Flight, Commander, Deputy Commander, Pledge Trainer, Information
Service Otticer, Pledge Class Sec., Dean's List, I time, Gamma Delta, Vice-Pres.,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice-Pres., Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman, Leader's Council,
Activities Chairman ot Pledge Class, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart, Basketball Queen Court, Honorary Lt. Col. of Mili-
tary Ball, Little Colonel.
STOOPS, MICHAEL W.
STOTT, JOSEPH E. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Chairman, Publicity Committee, Dean's List, 5 times.
STRAHLE, WILLIAM J. , B.S. Elec. Eng.
Engineering Club, I.E.E.E. Sec., Treas., Men's Glee Club.
STRICKLAND, VONDA F.
STUCKE, WILLIAM A.
TALLEY, RONALD M.
TAYLOR, JUDITH DIANE B.A.
Dean's List, I time, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Vice-Pres., Treas., American Chemical So-
ciety, Pep Club, Alpha Omicron Pi, Treas., Pres., Vocal Varieties, Musical Mad-
ness, Pom Pom Girl, Union Board, Dance Committee Chairman, Sophomore
Class Sec., S.G.A. Treas., Student Senate, Administrative Board, Panhellenic,
S.G.A. Social Lite Chairman, Who's Who, Women's Recognition Dinner, Intra-
murals, Lab Assistant in Chemistry Dept.
TERRY, LARRY J.
THOMPSON, JACQUELYN E. B.A.
Kappa Pi, Angel Flight, information Otticer, Executive Officer, Association of
Childhood Education, Gamma Delta, Phi Mu, Historian, Secretary, Membership
Chairman, Panhellenic Delegate, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Glee Club,
Union Board, Finance Committee, Core Committee, Panhellenic Sec., May Day
Junior Attendant, May Day General Co-ordination Chairman, Military Ball,
TODD, MICHAEL A.
TOOLE, DENNIS A.
TOON, CHARLES ALLEN B.S.
Newman Club, Intramurals, "Herb's Boys", Basketball, Football, Carson Scholar-
TOWNSEND, CECIL LAUREL B.A.
Pi Gamma Mu, Secretary, Dean's List, 4 times, Canterbury, Glee Club, Nursing
Association, Zeta Tau Alpha, Sec., Highest Grades Award, Musical Madnesses,
Vocal Varieties, Choir, Union Board, Publicity Committee, Women's Council, Vice-
Pres., Intramurals, Swimming, 3rd and 2nd Place, Crescent Stott, LinC Staff.
TRADER, JAMES W. B.A.
Student Education Association, History Club.
TWEEDALL, DANIEL L.
TYLER, ESTHER E.
UNGETHEIM, DONALD L. B.A.
Dean's List, I time, Association Childhood Education, Public Affairs Chairman.
VAN STONE, EUGENE J. B.A.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's List, 3 times, Lambda Chi Alpha, Athletic Director,
Outstanding Pledge, Musical Madness, Band, Ice-Breaker Dance Co-chairman,
Homecoming Lawn Display Ca-chairman, Big 39 Bicycle Team Champions, Var-
sity Golf Team, 3 years, Intramural Athletics Ofticial.
VARGO, CAROLYN L.
VICKERY, BARBARA R. B.S.
College Theater, House Chairman, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, College
Theater, Love Rides the Rails, Playboy of the Western World, The Good
Woman of Setzuan, The Phantom, Come Blow Your Horn, Eagerheart, Taming of
the Shrew, Union Board, House Committee, Women's Recognition Dinner.
VOWELS, KENNETH LEON B.S.
Dean's List, 2 times, Engineering Club.
WALKER, BILLY DEAN B.A.
Dean's List, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Arnold Air Society, Deputy Commander, Com-
mander, Reserve Otticer Association Award, Distinguished ROTC Cadet Award,
Student Education Association, Vice-Pres., National Methodist Scholarship.
WALLAR, FRANCES K. B.S. Nurs.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice-Pres., Dean's List, IO times, Cap and Gown, Phi
Kappa Phi, Vocal Varieties, Band, Nursing Class Ofticer, Women's Recognition
Dinner, Pi Lambda Theta Scholarship, Baptist Hospital Scholarship, Baptist Has-
pital Auxiliary Scholarship.
WALSH, JANET L. B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Cap and Gown, Pres., Dean's List, 5 times, Association
Childhood Education, Sec., Kappa Chi, Sec., Treas., Pep Club, Publicity Chair-
man, Alpha Omicron Pi, Corresponding Sec., Scholarship Chairman, Fraternity
Education, Ruby A, Vocal Varieties, Musical Madness, Union Board, Social, Pub-
licity Committee, Who's Who, May Day Attendant, Pi Lambda Theta Scholar-
ship, LinC S'aFF.
WALTON, STEVE B,A,
Dean's List, I time, Young Democrats, Tau Kappa Epsilon, l.F.C. Representative,
House Manager, Sergeant-at-Arms, Social Chairman, Athletic Representative, Musi-
cal Madness, ROTC Drill Team, May Day, S.G.A. Election Committee, Intramurals,
Football, Softball, Swimming.
WANINGER, LEO BERNARD B.A.
Dean's List, I time, Newman Club, treasurer, Student Education Association,
Hughes Hall Floor Counselor, I963,l964 Spring Weekend bike team.
WATSON, LINDA MAE B.A.
Dean's List, 3 times, Association tor Childhood Education, College Choir, Bas-
ketball Court, Football Court.
WEINSTOCK, STANLEY HOWARD B.A.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, vice-president, Musical Madness master ot ceremonies, rep-
resentative tor Inter-traternity Council, IFC Expansion committee chairman, fresh-
man basketball team.
WELLS, LARRY GALE B.S.
Institute tor Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Engineering Club.
WEISS, ELIZABETH ANNE B.S.
Alpha Psi Omega, secretary-treasurer, Chi Omega, treasurer, chapter correspon-
dent, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, College Theatre, vice-president and
board of governors, The Lesson, The Enchanted, The Rainmaker, Winterset, Play-
boy of the Western World, Good Women of Setzuan, Banners of Steel, Take
Her, She's Mine, director, Union Board.
WEISS, JOE BILLY B.S.
Engineering Club, I.E.E.E., Co-op Engineer.
WENNER, DAVID C.
WERZNER, WILLIAM F.
WESSEL, RAYMOND A.
WEST, LANNY K.
WHITE, DAVID A.
WHOBREY, RONALD W.
WIIST, WILLIAM E.
WILL, LARRY E. B.S. Ind., Eng.
Newman Club, Intramurals, Basketball.
WILLIAMS, JAMES B. B.A.
WILLIAMS, OMALOY D. B.A.
Association Childhood Education, Women's Recreation Association, Pep Club,
Gamma Delta, Union Board, House Committee, Finance Committee.
WILLISON, ELIZABETH A.
WILSON, GAYLE R. B.A.
Psi Chi, Pi Gamma Mu, Psychology Club, Vice-Pres., Pep Club, Committee Chair-
man, Alpha Omicron Pi, Activities Chairman, Rush Committee Chairman, Frater-
nity Education, Pledge Class Social Chairman, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties,
Pom-Pom Captain, S.G.A. Social Lite Chairman, Union Board, Dance, Social
WINK, DOUGLAS B. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Vice-Pres., Lambda Chi Alpha, Correspondent, Intramurals.
WISEMAN, LINO KENT B.A.
Blue Key, Alumni Sec., Dean's List, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Activities Chairman, Rush
Chairman, Scholarship Chairman, Assistant Pledge Trainer, Musical Madness,
Union Board, House Committee, Vice Chairman, Homecoming, Ticket Chairman,
Dance Decorations Chairman, May Day Committee, Freshman Orientation Chair-
man, Who's Who, English Department Book Review Committee.
YAGGI, MARGARET A.
YARGER, PAMELA SUE B,A,
Moore Hall, Treas., Association Childhood Education, M.S.M., Caterbury Club,
Gamma Delta, Phi Mu, House Chairman, Musical Madness, Union Board, Social
Committee, Core Committee, Dance Committee, Moore Hall House Council, Intra-
murals, Volleyball, Basketball, Sottball.
YOUNG, CLAUDE C.
YOUNG, RONALD L.
YOUNG, TAMARA S.
YOUNG, THOMAS M.
ZAUSCH, ED L.
ZIEGLER, CAROLYN A. B.A.
Angel Flight, Kappa Pi, Gamma Delta, Union Board, Publicity Committee, Tau
Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart.
ZIELINSKI, DAVID P.
ZUBER, HELEN MARIE B.M.E.
Sigma Alpha Iota, Sergeant-at-Arms, Band, Choir, M.E.N.C.
ALSOP, ALAN-I I8
ANDERSON, LOUISE-59,I I6,I I7,I l9,I4O
ARENDT, MARY-I I3
ATHERTON, STEVE-95,I I3
ATHEY, RALPH-I I8,I4I
ATTERSON, MRS. LEWIS-B
AUGUSTINE, NORMA- 85,I33,l43
BALL, CURT-8,1 I2,I-I3
BARNES, LU ANN-86
BAUMAN, JANE ANN-82,140
BE ESLEY, K ENDRA-41,42,43,44,45,54,55,73,77,138
B1 EROD, JANIS-84,98,107,124,126,128,133,138
BROWN, JOHN R.-88,136
BRUCE, JO ANN--10
CHATTIN, JO ANNE-85
COLLINS, L1NDA-1 13,85
CRON, 1uD111-1-33,1 16
DA1 LEY, SHARON-11
DAVIS, CARROLL-1 1,911,135,136
DAv1sON, SHARON K.-11
DECKER, D1ANE-59,361 13
DIEKMANN, EDWARD, JR.-65,122
DOTY, MARY C.-112,128,153
DE E, DEDNALD-65,9I
EGAN, MARY ANN-55,I I5
EMGE, DAVID-I I2
ERICKSON, MARY-II6,I I7
FELL, SHERYL-I I I,I24,I39
FISHER, PAUL-I I6,I I7
FITZGERALD, WILLIAM-9O,I I9
GROOMER, STEPHEN M.-137,141,142
HAHN, CURTIS-14,1 I4
HAINES, PHYLLIS-84,87,I II
HALBIO, LARRY-I4,I I 1,123,135
HANNA, JOY-85,1 I3
HANSON, LINDA-84,I II
HARMON, NANCY-55,83,I I5,I38,I44
HARMON, PAULA-I II
HARRIS, DORCAS-I I7
FOX, KATHY-84,1 II
FOX, RONALD-I2,I I6,I I9,I32,I4I
FRENCH, JIMMY-65,I I4,I37
FRITZ, STEVE-I I6,I I7
FUCHS, LULA MAY-I I6,I4O
GLASS, RONALD-IOI,I I2
GOTTMAN, MARY-I I6
GRANT, MICHAEL-I I8
GRAY, JERRY L.-66
GRAY, WILLIAM-90,1 I6,I23
HAVE RKAM P,
HAVERSTICK, WI LLIAM-67
HAWKINS, BARBARA-46,59,I I5
HAWKINS, ROBERT-66,I I4,I75
HAYES, LAURA--I I6
HETRICK, LINDA-I I7,I I8
HOPE, ERIN-I6,83,I I7,I27,I4O,I46
HOWERTER, LE E-84
HUFFMAN, JANE-55 I
HULL, JAMES-I I2,I2l
HUNT, BEVERLY-I I6
KEUSCH, GENE-17,95,1 16,1 19,141
KLEINFE LDT, THOMAS-93
MAIN, STANLEY-92 '
MATH EWS, CAROL-57
MATTHIESEN, RICK-46,65,1 10,142,149
MEYER, CHERIE-55,8O,I 12,138,143
B I LL- 1 50
MONTGOMERY, JILL-42,42,1 12,130
MONTGOMERY, MARY LEE-57,128,98
MOORE, E. K.-112
MOORE, TOM-99,1 18
MCCARTY, DIANNE-I I6,I4O
MCCULLOUGH, ROBERT A.-20
MCDONALD, ROY-65,20,I I I
McELDERRY, DONNA-I I7,84
MCELFRESH, FAYE-I I3,I2I,85
NADLER, NANCY-84,1 I8
NENNEKER, SYLVIA-52,1 I7,I33
NEWKIRK, JOSEPH-22,1 I6,I I7
NEYHOUSE, DOTTY-I I7,I33
O'NEAL, JOHN-92,I I4,I5O,I62
OWEN, BETSY-I I3,I39
OWEN, JAMES-6I,I I9
OWENPSBY, MARY-I I7,I23
PADDICK, SANDRA-84,1 II
PETERSEN, ROBERT-92,1 II
PHEASANT, JO C.-I I6
PRICE, JUDY--23,49,56,I I5,I38
RENSHAW, MAX-I I8
REUBER, DAVID-I II
RICHARDS, MICHAEL-I I,I2I,I22,I29 ISO T35
RILEY, DIANA-I I6
RINSCH, ARNOLD-I II
RITZ, CAROL-I I2,I53
ROBINSON, BERNARD-I I4,I50
ROELL, SUSAN-49,59,I I5,I44
ROSS, SHARON-46,53,IO6,I26,I38 I42 I44
RUEGER, THOMAS-I I6,I I7
SAMPSON, SHIRLEY-24,IO7,I29,I30 I24 I44 I46
SAVAGE, JANICE-24,I 16,94
SCHLUNDT, ROBYNN-53,1 I5
SCOTT, MARTHA-I I3
SHANNON, RICHARD!-93,1 l6,I I7
SHELTON, LARRY--I I2
SIMMONS, RONALD -9I
SIRHENDREY, SANDRA-I I6,I I7
SMITH, LARRY-93,1 I6,I I8
SOMERS, PATRICIA-I I6
SPRAY, DONNA-59,1 II
STIEN, DAVID-I I6
STIRN, BILLIE SUE-26,52,86,I38
STOUT, SU E-57
SULLIVAN, DARLENE-I I7
TAYLOR, JUDY-27,52,I I5,I35,I36,I44
TENISON, KAREN-I I3
THOMPSON, JACKIE-27,57,73,I I5,I38
THOMPSON, SANDRA-84,I I6
TIMPE, MARY-I I6,I24
TOWNSEND, CECIL-27,59,I I6,I I7,I28,I34
TROUTMAN, PATTY-I II
TYCHSEN, SANDRA-I I0,I38
TYLER, ESTHER-27,1 I6,I I7,I4O
VAN ARSDALL, SANDY-40,53,75,77,I38
VAN HOOSE, RICK-I I6,II7,I4I
VAN STONE, EUGENE-27,45,6I
VANWAY, LARRY-I II
VICKERY, BARBARA-28,1 I2
VINGIS, MARY JO-82,136
WADE, MARJORIEY28,I I7
WALSH, TERRI-28,I I2,I43, I53
WASHINGTON, BONNIE-55,77,I I5,I3B
WEBER, DONNA-I I3
WEDEKING, KENNETH-64,I I4
WEISS, LIZ-28,55,I I2,I43
WHITSITT, TERESA-59,1 I3
WHITTEN, ANNA MAE-94
WHITTINGTON, LYNN--57,I I6,I55
WIGGINS, JUNE-I I7
WILEY, KAY-I I6,I23
WILHELM, RICHARD E.-29,95
WILKINSON, DANIEL-I I7
,CHARLES-I I I,I35
H ERB-88,98, I 50, I 62, 163, I 64
WILSON, RICHARD-I I8
WILSON, SUSAN-86,1 I3,I49
WINTERNHEIMER, DIANE-59,I I5
WOLF, MIKE-I I8
WRIGHT, BARBARA-I I6,I I7,I23
WYRICK, DIANNE-85,I I I
YEISER, JAMES-I I2,I43
YENNE, ROBERT-I I6
YONKO, BOBBIE-I I I
YORK, VICTORIA-I I3
ZUROSKE, NIRA-4I,55,l I2
As editor of this LinC, I have attempted to outline the activities
of the I964-65 school year as thoroughly and accurately as
possible. It is my feeling that a yearbook should really be a his-
tory book, a book that will enable posterity to learn what hap-
pened this year. It is also my feeling that yearbooks, like news-
papers, should report the news by writing informative, concise
copy and meaningful headlines. We hope that if a news event
was not covered in pictures that it was covered in the body
The LinC staff and I feel that we have prepared a book with a
new look this year. A modern cover was designed by John
Mominee, and modern layouts were prepared by Pete Bland,
campus editor, in an effort to create a book with a modern
theme. Division pages were patterned after the cover to effect
continuity throughout the book.
Although there are many who are worthy, the staff and I feel
that in dedicating this book to Dr. Dean Long we have selected
a man who has contributed more to college-community rela-
tions than any other person at EC. In addition, we feel that Dr.
Long's many contributions to the College have helped sustain
its success and continued growth.
There are many people who are not credited in their efforts in
producing this book. Each section editor and his assistants have
out in many hours of work to obtain complete coverage of all
events and all clubs, organizations and honoraries on campus. I
would like to express my appreciation to those students in the
yearbook production classes whose names are not listed on the
staff page, but whose assistance has been invaluable.
I would like to thank Bill Adkins for photographing the clubs,
honoraries and organizations and the three Evansville news-
papers for giving us pictures when we needed them. A special
thanks goes to Paul Hartman, assistant director of public rela-
tions, for obtaining information and pictures when they were
Pete Bland deserves special praise for her work as campus edi-
tor and unofficial developer and printer of pictures. Pete went
"beyond the call of duty" and spent many hours in the darkroom
using her knowledge of photography when deadlines were im-
minent. I would like to personally thank Managing Editor
Anneitta Moore for her research and skill in writing the dedication
A yearbook is primarily a picture book and I.inC photographers
Donna Datzman, Marilyn Nonte, Barry Standley, Darrell Woeh
Ier, and Carolyn Schmitt deserve praise for a iob well done.
A special thanks goes to Donna who spent many hours setting
up a valuable picture tile. I would like to personally thank "un-
official" LinC photographers Jim Loving and Jim Crawford for
providing us with pictures when they were needed.
Thanks goes to Bob Sakel, American Yearbook Company rep-
resentative, for his valuable time, constant attention and advice.
Perhaps the person who has contributed the most to the
production of this LinC is John H. Boyd, Jr., assistant professor
of iournalism, whose constructive criticism, patience and assist-
ance pulled us through when success seemed uncertain.
Last, but not least, I would like to thank Mr. Blount Wagner and
Mr. Wayne Royster, custodians, who opened many locked
doors and cleaned up messy offices when the staff worked after
hours in the department. There are many others who are re-
sponsible in one way or another for the success of this book,
and, unfortunately, there is not enough room to thank them all.
It has been the staff's obiective to produce an attractive, inform-
ative, and new-looking book. It is our hope that we have
indeed obtained this goal.
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