University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)
- Class of 1966
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Harriet Beecher Stowe
give students adequate breadth and depth of understanding of
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civilization and culture, to aid them in their adjustment
to life and society, to enrich their personalities,
to enable them to think
ntelligently, and to aid them in choosing and preparing
for their life's work.
Students come with different hopes, dreams, and
aspirations. Each person has his own ideas and ideals, and
each has a goal. For some this goal will one day become
a reality while for others it is one never to be
realized. College causes most peopleis world to change in
its scope. Things become more real, education more
meaningful, friendships more genuine. While in college
a personis life is transformed for it is here
that he passes from adolescence to adulthood. No one can say
when this metamorphosis takes place
and few can say why, but even fewer can deny it.
It seems like such a short time ago when, fresh out of high
school, we entered college. Maybe we were "green", but we
didnit think so at the time. But since then, a lot
has happened. We have grown up.
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is the reason college exists, and it is the reason
we come. Most of us are serious, some indifferent, in the
pursuit of knowledge. We pursue it variously, in depths
of night and solitude, in huge crowds, in intense groups.
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different study habits help the student acquire his
education. Study lamps come on early in the evening and,
one by one, go out until only a few remain at dawn.
Cramming is common, complete preparation is rare.
There is always more to learn but never enough time.
College gives us knowledge more important,
less transitory, then mere facts. It gives us the
knowledge of the power of learning.
The concepts we learn become a part of us. They will
remain even when facts fade.
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our separate ways.
We linger for only a year, two years, four years . . .
but all of us have walked through the whiteness
of snow and under trees colored with the magic of spring.
Evansville College is a source of many
memories, some rewarding, some burdensome.
Even outside its classrooms, college nurtures
our growth. Of the many students who
attend college, some desire more than a classroom
education. Personality development is
association with people, it includes parties, dates,
and occasional sessions in the Indian. The campus offers
opportunities for participation in various organizations
and activities. These are inevitable
parts of our growth.
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technical experiments, and meetings. But there are also
opportunities for the artistic, talented, and
culture-minded. One is free to participate or enjoy,
create or criticize.
Becoming a well-rounded person involves more
than an academic education. In addition to the fine
arts, a lecture series provided by the Interstate-
Finance-Richard E. Meier Foundation has made it possible
for students to see, hear, and visit with some
of the world's important men and women. Some make
the effort to attend and are rewarded as their
horizons expand. Others remain at home, unaware of the
challenge of cultural appreciation.
More of us come each year. We develop our
knowledge, personality, and culture, and we leave better
persons than we started with new outlooks,
new perspectives, and new goals. College does not
complete the whole of our growth, but it
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Table of Contents
A street dance on the college parking lot began the so- of whom attended the dance. CPhoto by Charles Cul-
cial activities of orientation week at E.C. Gayle Grim ley, Courtesy of The Evansville Sunday Courier and
and John Rogers were among the 800 freshmen many Pressj
Marsha Wellemeyer and Richard Blackburn, foreground, attended
the counseling session for education majors at Wheeler Concert
Hall during registration. CPhoto by Frank Lodge, courtesy of The
Evansville Sunday Courier and Press.D
So This s College!
Orientation was the time for getting acquainted with the
campus and its buildings and for catching a Hrst glimpse
of college life. The social activities of orientation began
with a street dance in the college parking lot. Before regis-
tration, the freshman were submitted to SAT tests and chest
Jan Paschal, freshman, was voted Icebreaker Queen by
freshmen attending the dance, in Carson Center. In the
Queen's court were Millie Goody, Chris Taylor, Sandy
Sharpe, Barbara Horst, Linda Topper, and Pam Keith.
Freshmen numbered 1040 out of the total enrollment
of 2772 for the 1965-66 school year. The enrollment was an
increase of 297 over the registration of the 1964-65 school
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Students worked their way thru the maize of registration lines as the new school year began
These weary students approached the end of the line as they waited
to pay their bills at the Business Office.
Jan Paschal was crowned freshman queen of the annual Ice
Breaker Dance by SGA President, Jerry Linzy.
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The faculty turned out in academic dress for the annual President's Convo-
cation for freshmen. '
President Hyde listened as Leonard Licly, Father of the Year, spoke during
the Dad's Day festivities. John Lidy, freshman, heard his father speak.
'gTurn Up the Lightsl' was the subject covert-il
by President Melvin Hyde in the 1965 Presidents
Convocation for fresluuen students. The convoca-
tion was the first formal introduction to the faculty
for the freshmen. It marked the beginning of many
intellectual events for the new students.
Tran Van Dinh, Washington Bureau Chief and Corre-
spondent for the Saigon Post, spoke on October 15 in the
Interstate Finance-Richard E. Meier Foundation Lec-
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Betty Kolb, Rush Chairman for Alpha Omicron party. Out of 174
girls who signed up for rush,
Pi used a Hawaiian luau theme for their informal 56 became pledges. A O Pi pledged 16.
All Sororities Came Awa app
Chi Omega's Rush Chairman, Kendra Beesley, chose the "Wizard of Chi Ozl' as theme of
their informal rush party held in the suite at Moore Hall. Chi Omega pledged 16 on October 3.
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"magic shoes" and kimonos for their informal pledged by Phi Mu in formal rush.
party to carry out the plans of their Rush Chair-
Themes Ranged from Spiritual to Oriental
"The Littlest Zetan invited rushees into "Zeta Heaven" to fit the theme chosen by Rush
Chairman Vicki Hay. Ten girls were pledged by the Zeta's on October 3.
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Tom Cook, president of the Inter-Fraternity Council, spoke to
the prospective pledges at a dinner during fraternity rush.
7 Men Pledged
The five national fraternities on campus, Kappa Alpha
Psi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Phi
Epsilon and Tau Kappa Epsilon, pledged 97 men Nov. 1
during informal ceremonies at the Union Building.
Pledging ended a month of banquets, smokers and par-
ties for men going through rush. The Inter-Fraternity
Council sponsored a smoker for all rushees at which time
the men met their future brothers.
When the bids were issued and accepted, the Kappas,
the newest fraternity, pledged four, Lambda Chi, 29,
SAE, 24, Sig Ep, 21, and TKE, 19.
In January, the rush book was again opened for the
spring pledge classes.
Members of the five fraternities yelled and cheered happily as their new pledges came through
the Union Building doors to meet new brothers.
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One hundred and thirty-five men participated in fall Banquet and at parties and smokers given by individual
rush with 97 men pledging. Rushees met the fraternity fraternities.
men during the Inter-Fraternity Smoker and Rush
Left to right, Dan Schellhase, sophomore class, Action Party CAPD, Jim Browning, junior,
AP: Winston Evans, senior, AP, Doug Henry, senior, All-Campus Party QACPjg Tom Cook,
junior ACP, and Jim Domina, sophomore, ACP, were the presidential candidates. Dan, Jim
Browning, and Doug were elected. Barry Allred, freshman, was elected president of his class,
but did not run on a ticket.
Action, ll- ampus Split Votes
With the help of campaigners, the All-Campus party
swept Doug Henry, Dale Hennessey, Nancy Roser
and Ceorgianna Bland to wins in the senior class.
Action Party members Jim Browning, Herb Williams,
Pat DePriest and Julie Low, juniors, were elected.
Dan Schellhase, Nancy Jordan, Connie Cartwright,
Acion Party, and Mike Harper, All-Campus Party,
are sophomore officers. Freshmen ofticers, not in a
party, are Barry Allred, Judy Plymate, Marcia Well-
emeyer and Jean Labhart.
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Seasonjs First Play
The 'cChinese Wall," a play by Max Frisch, was the First
play of the season, and had an exceptionally large cast.
The contemporary farce starred Ron Glass as the Con-
temporary, Joy Sisk as the Chinese Princess, Dave Emge
as the Prince, Rand Ihle as the Master of Revels and
Ormin Brown as the Emperor.
Also in the production were Nira Zuroske, Cindy Doty,
Ann Latham, Pam Keith, Sharon Overman, Steve Bayer,
Louis Clark, Skip Borre, George Newberry, Barry Dubuque,
Myrna Lane, Kerry Driggers, Rick Cohn, Terry Clark, Ju-
lie Gerard, Mike Flaherty, Jane Thompson, Charleen
Moore, Bobbie Autra, Cherie Meyer, Paula Powell, Pam
Hogue, Gary Bayer, Marilyn Noah, Jack Duarte, Mike
Pullin, Milt Butterworth, Vella Johnson, Gary Spencer,
Dave McFadzean, Larry McCourt, Roger Hartup, Gary
McCullough, Tom Morgan, Garry Hagstrom, Dennis Dou-
gherty, "Mike', Anderson, Bob Borders, Linda LaVey, Vic-
kie York, Lisa Ritz, and Linda Hayward.
Sam Smiley directed the production.
Dave Ernge, the Chinese Prince, was ignored by Joy Sisk, the
Chinese Princess, in the November production of "Chinese Wallf'
Contemporary Ron Glass, who received the Sammy Award Skip Borre, while in the court of the Emperor of China,
for his performance, turned away from the Executioner, Ormin Brown.
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Carolyn Bentley, college apartments, Jan Bierod, Moore Hall 5
Donna Boyd, Zeta Tau Alpha, Connie Cartwright, Chi Omega,
Gail Mohrrnan, Alpha Omicron Pi, Betsy Ross, Phi Mu, and
Nancy Utley, Women's Recreation Association, were candidates
Gail Mohrman Reigns at 196 Homecoming
Gail Mohrman was congratulated by her AOPi sorority sisters after being named
Homecoming Queen during the contest Friday night in the Great Hall Connie Cart Queen Gall rode in a parade around the
wright and Betsy Ross placed also. football field at the Homecoming game
Gail Mohrman, sophomore representative of AOPi soror-
ity, was chosen by student vote and judges to reign over
1965 Homecoming activities on Nov. 5 and 6.
Winners in the intra-campus events which took place on
Saturday morning were Hughes Hall, menis bicycle race,
College Court Residences, womenls bicycle race, Zeta Tau
Alpha, basketball relay, Hughes Hall, tug-of-war, Sigma
Phi Epsilon, men's horse and rider relay.
Other winners were Zeta Tau Alpha, womenls bubble
gum blowing contest, Tau Kappa Epsilon, men's water
balloon bust, Chi Omega, women's wheelbarrow relay,
Hughes Hall, stilt race, Alpha Omicron Pi, mug draining
contest, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, men's yo-yo contest, Chi
Omega, womenls yo-yo contest, and Hughes Hall, parade
Awards for contests, lawn displays and Mr. and Miss
United Fund were presented at the Homecoming Dance,
'4Fantasia,l' Saturday night at Carson Center.
Julie Walton, AOPi, won the title of Miss United Fund and Gary
Fuquay, Sig Ep, became Mr. United Fund after the fund drive
which totally collected 86391.
A tug-of-war, wheelbarrow relay and bubble gum blowing contest were part of the competition
on Saturday morning during the Homecoming activities on campus.
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Lambda Chi Alpha won first place in
the AA men's division for lawn displays
for the 1965 Homecoming. A fire-breath-
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menls AA division winner backs
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saders. Sigma Phi Epsilon built
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AA second place with "Knight
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At the right, Hughes Hall's
display won iirst place in the
A division judging of displays.
Basketball player Gary McClary received a Randy Cooksey had to wait in a much longer line before he reached Kenneth Jones,
tremendous get-well wish when hundreds of registrar, where he received class cards during winter quarter registration.
concerned students signed a scroll to boost his
recovery in a St. Louis, Mo., hospital.
all, inter uarter Activities Include
Lectures, programs, drives and projects were among the
activities of the student body during a very busy fall
'With a letter students wished basketball player Gary
McClary a speedy recovery while he was in the hospital in
St. Louis, Mo. They also gave money to CARE for the
purchase of school books and supplies for South Vietnamese
children. This was sponsored by Indiana Sen. Birch Bayh
and netted S105 here.
Students helped address Christmas cards to be sent to
servicemen in Viet Nam also.
During the quarter, students had the opportunity to hear
a speaker on Extrasensory Perception. Dr. G. Pratt,
Duke University psychology professor, spoke on Nov. 12.
High school students were welcomed to campus on Jour-
nalism Day, Oct. 16, and High School Day, Oct. 23.
Journalism Day featured Ralph Holsinger, associate pro-
fessor of journalism at Indiana University, as speaker. Two
S150 scholarships in journalism were awarded to Kathy
Britton, a North High School student, and Darrell Chris-
tian, a Henderson High School senior. Jane Jaris of Mt.
Carmel, Ill., was alternate winner.
Religion In College Life Week, Oct. 25 through 30,
had as guest speaker Dr. Chester Pennington of Minne-
apolis, Minn. RICL Week ended with a Retreat at Santa
Claus Campground, Dale, Indiana, for the students.
Steve Rothschild, left, Gayle Grim and Barry Hart gave support
to the campaign to raise funds for school supplies for South
Vietnamese school children.
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Dr. Edgar McKown, director of religious life, gave the First address
in Neu Chapel on Jan. 6. The Chapel was dedicated March 15.
Dr. McKown loaded a sleeping
bag into a car before leaving with
Mary McKown, Karen Jensen,
Becky Hauselmen, and Scott
Kates for the RICL Week Retreat
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Santa Claus, Tom Snider, listened to all the requests for faculty and student dance was held.
Christmas toys made by children belonging to members of The Christmas Decorating Party on Nov. 28 and the
the faculty, staff and married students at the All-Campus Holly Ball, sponsored by Newman Club, were also in the
Christmas Party on Dec. 3. After the children's party, a Union Building.
Frank "Herb,' Herbert, Union Games Room supervisor, is a The McCurdy Alumni-Memorial Union Building celebrated its
friendly pal to the students who stop in the Patio for snacks or to 15th birthday with punch and cake in the Wooden Indian on Jan
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nion elebmtes 15th zhfhday
Mrs. Louise Land, director of the
Union Building, met with presidents
of the campus organizations on several
Sunday afternoons throughout' the year
for Presidents, Seminars sponsored by
Cheerleaders are, FRONT ROW left to right, Karen Norris
Betty Martin, Captain Gayla Dame, and Connie Hughey. STAND-
ING, are Jackie Garner, janet Schlosser and Connie Krause.
Thirteen EC Coeds form the Ace-Ettes, who do routines
for halftime programs at the ball games, are from left to right
in the FRONT ROW Pam Haynes, Jan Ashworth, Nira
Zuroske, Pat Vote, Millie Goody and Darlene Harrison.
Cheerleader Connie Hughey leads the crowd in a cheer at a
basketball game at Roberts Stadium.
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In the BACK ROW are Toni Fish, Susan Harkins, Connie
Shelton, Jean Petr, Susan Kleinschmidt, Linda Nice and
The Majorettes who are going
through a march routine are, from
left to right, Nira Zuroske, Karen
Adams, Lynn Hajenseiker, Gwen
Cadick, Susan Harkins and Pam
John David Lutz, instructor of speech and drama and former
ECT member, worked with the play casts and crews throughout
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Rand Ihle,tthe fox, got caught in a trap in the Children's Theatre
Play, "MygFriend the Fox." Gary Bayer also starred with Mike
Pullin, Jicai Allen, Dave Emge, Donna Meek and Ormin Brown.
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Candidates for the title of 1966 Basketball Queen were from left
to right, FRONT ROW, Susan Palmer, Phi Mug Bonnie Chase,
college apartments, and Gayla Dame, Chi Omega. In the BACK
ROW are Donna Carol Smith, Zeta Tau Alpha, Sue Blaine, Alpha
Qmicron Pig Gina Voight, Moore Hall, and Delores Bischmann,
Women's Recreation Association. BELOW, Sue Blaine reigns as
Basketball Queen at the EC-Ball State game on Jan. 22.
Reigns at ame
Sue Blaine was crowned 1966 Basketball Queen by Jer-
ry Linzy, Student Government Association president, during
half-time ceremonies at the EC-Ball State Basketball game
on Jan. 22 at Roberts Stadium. She also reigned over the
4'Basketball Bounce" dance after the game in Carson Cen-
Attendants were Janet Boyer, Donna Mackey, Marcia
Hisgen, Susan Elder, Barbara Winnett, Nira Zuroske and
Marilyn McCutchan and Pete Golightly were the queen
Scores a Hit
MA MIDSUMMER Night's Dream," a Shakespearean comedy,
scored a hit for Evansville College Theatre at the end of the
winter quarter and was taken on tour to Tri-state schools. The
play was performed for more than 15,000 area students.
Leading roles in the play were performed by Julie Gerard as
Titania, Ron Glass, Cberong Rand Ihle, Puch, Gary Bayer, Bot-
tom, Leanne Howerter, Helena, Mike Flaherty, Lysander, Dave
Emge, Demetrius, Mike Pullin, Theseus, and Joy Sisk, Hermia.
Other players were Ormin Brown, Sandra Ethridge, David Mc-
Fadzean, Steve Bayer, Ed Moore, David Comer, Bob Wagner, Jack
Schriber, Gary Hagstrom, Mark Koch, Sharon Chandler, Nira
Zuroske and Ann Latham.
Sam Smiley was director with Pam Hogu-e and Linda Cizsek
assisting him. John David Lutz was designer, Dudley Thomas,
costume and light designer, Milt Butterworth, stage manager,
and Cindy Doty, costumer.
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Ron Glass, who played Oberon, king of the spirits,
wore eerie makeup as a symbol of the spirituality of
Anne Latham, Cobweb, and Nira Zuroske, Moth, are
dressed in the colorful costumes of the characters they
played. The costumes were paid for by the Evansville
Junior Service League.
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Carson Center was the scene of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon "Bleed-
in', on Feb. 4. The 197 pints of blood donated by students and
faculty were sent to the aid of Americans wounded in Viet Nam.
At left, a student gives blood to the drive. A blooclmobile crew
from St. Louis, Mo., was in charge of the operations. SAE Steve
Dinnsen was Bleed-in chairman.
Carl "Doc" Severinsen, trumpeter regularly featured on the
"Tonight', show was guest performer with the EC Concert
Band Feb. 13 at the North High School auditorium.
Above, Judge William H. Miller spoke on "History of the Jury
Systeml' at one of a series of coffee hours Feb. 3. He is Vander-
burgh County Circuit Court Judge.
At right, John Hall, Sigma Phi Epsilon, was selected "Bachelor
of the Year" for 1966 by an all-women's vote. He was given the
trophy during halftime of the EC-Valparaiso game Feb. 19.
Six candidates for "Bachelor of the Year" are pictured in
a local clothing store comparing notes on campaign dress.
Candidates, left to right are Ed Ziemer, Lambda Chi,
John Hall, Sig Ep, John O'Neal, Kappa Alpha Psi, Steve
Markwell, SAE, Doug Henry, TKE, and John Love, Hughes
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bers assembled for the finale at Bosse High School auditorium
on Mar. 4. Groups participating were AOPi, Chi O, Phi Mu, ZTA,
Lambda Chi, Sig Ep, SAE and Independent Campus Association
members. Judi Keneipp was general chairmang Jerry Linzy and
Waverly Eakins, student coordinatorsg Mrs. Judy Fiddick, ad-
visorg and Ed Ziemer and Barbara Robinson, master and mistress
of ceremonies for the program.
Musical Madness Theme
Chi O director, Kendra Beesley, received the
Chi Omega sorority won first place in the women's division with "Cabin 20', de- trophies for her organization from senior stu-
picting a typical day at Camp Chop-A-Tree. They also won the best over-all trophy. dent coordinator Jerry Linzy.
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women's division with "Club 2O," a skit about a received the award for the "Best Directorf'
Lambda Chi Alpha received men's division
Sigma Phi Epsilon men won second place in the men's division for "A Deep, Probing first place under Paul Black's direction. The
Analysis of Certain 20th-Century Characteristics, Or, Protesting Can Be Fun." Kirby Chi's skit was U20 Meals a Week," a take-
Wilson was their director. off on Harper Dining center.
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Bonnie Washington, Kendra Beesley, and Sharon Ross were
the queen candidates for "Twilight Mist," the 1965 Military
Ball at Carson Center on April 24, 1965. Kendra was chosen
to reign at the dance as the 1965 AFROTC Mil Ball Queen.
At the right, trophies are being received by Lambda Chi Alpha
fraternity and Chi Omega sorority representatives for being win-
ners of the annual Lily Sale Contest. A total of 31,030 was col-
lected by the students for the Evansville Rehabilitation Center.
Left to right are Jim Conn, jim Browning, the local Easter Seal
Child, Helen Caradine, Marilyn Nonte, and Miss Deane Mc-
Gurk, Lily Sale sponsor.
Sandy VanArsdall, 1964 Military Ball Queen, placed the crown on
Kendra's head as President Hyde looked on.
Radiant Queen Ruled
F RQTC Militar Ball
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Actor Hans Conried entertained an audience in Carson Center
with his dramatic readings. Mr. Conried was brought to the cam-
pus as a part of the Interstate Finance-Richard E. Meier Lec-
Indiana's U. S. Senator Birch Bayh discussed current political
problems with students during a morning coffee hour in the Great
oted Speakers Presented Viewpoints
Harlow Shapely, Harvard Ob-
i servatory director emeritus, spoke on
the aerospace program during a lec-
ture series program.
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Judy Taylor, Alpha Omicron Pi, reigned over the May Day festivities
on the lawn of the campus. She was chosen from among the candidates
pictured below. The senior girls are Mary Lee Montgomery, Phi Mu, Car-
olyn Vargo, Franklin House, May Queen Judy Taylor, Pat Jefferson,
Chi Omega, Winnie King, Moore Hall, and Nancy Morris, Zeta Tau
Ron Eberhard, shown with Judy on the right, was her escort. SGA
President Earl McCurdy crowned the queen.
Festivities included presentations of honors and awards, ROTC review,
nurses' capping, a turtle derby, tug-of-war, clothes relay, tire race, chariot
race, and an egg throwing contest.
Mr. Millard Pace was named favorite professor and Mrs. Audrey Porch,
mother of students George and Betsy Porch, was elected Mother-of-the-
A 0 Pi Wore College's May Day Crown
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All Campus art Elected
The All-Campus Party swept its candidates into four of the five Student
Government Association offices in the Spring election. Jerry Linzy, presi-
dent, Dick 1Werking, vice-president, Doug Nelson, treasurer, and Judi
Keneipp, delegate-at-large, won ofhces. Kendra Beesley, secretary, was the
only Action Party member who won the election. Losing candidates for the
oHices were Ron Johnson, presidential candidate, Winston Evans, vice-
presidentg Carol Nunn, treasurerg and Anthony Brooks, delegate-at-large,
for the Action Party. Marilyn McGutchan, candidate for secretary, was the
losing All-Campus candidate.
Union Board committee chairmen were also voted on during the election.
Those elected were Georgianna CPetej Bland, Hnance, Gordon Stien, line
arts, Ann Kinnaird, personnel 5 Vickie Hay, social, Judi Keneipp, dance,
Pam Brown, games, Ann Fisher, publicity, and Ramona Kiefer, house.
Louise Land, entertainment, maintained her committee chairmanship.
Women's Council candidates who were elected are Susan Caylor, pres-
identg Bonnie Washington, secretary 3 and Sue Blaine, treasurer.
At the left SGA presidential candidates Jerry Linzy and
Ron Johnson waited for voters on the steps of the Lmon
Building. Above students stopped to talk and campaign for
their party 1n front of the Union Building
From left to right Sue Ann Stout Leanne How Cartwright vied for the title of Miss Evansville
erter Donna Mclilderry Rose Luther Connie College of 1965 in bathing suit competition
Brandywine Beauties Produces Wild Weekend
On the right, Leanne was
chosen as Miss EC. She rep-
resented Evansville in the
Miss Indiana Contest sum-
Dave Little, master of cere-
monies, announced that Bet-
sy Ross, left, was first run-
ner-up and Connie Cart-
wright, right, was second
runne'r-up. ROTC escorts
Bill Lisembee and Vernon
The pageant began Sprock-
et Festival Weekend activi-
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Fans cheered their favorite teams OU to ViCt0l'Y- Riders completed the pace lap to start the 1965 "Big 39" bicycle race. E
jim Clark gave a pep talk and briefed competing teams on rules of the
Eight teams competed in the third annual
"Big 39W bicycle race at the Boonville High School
Lambda Chi Alpha cut ten minutes off the
track record with a 2:03.95 to win the race for
the third consecutive year.
Hughes Hall I peddled in for second place,
with Sigma Alpha Epsilon third, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon fourth, Hughes Hall II fifth, Hughes Hall
III, sixth, Tau Kappa Epsilon seventh, and
Steve Bauman completed exchange to Bob Albright to carry
on for the Sig Ep team.
Each riding team was boosted by another group. This year Phi Mu C C 3 9 7 7
Sorority won Hrst place with their "Mary Poppins" theme.
Earl McCurdy gave Lambda Chi's Steve Murray the checkered Hag at the finish of the "Big 39',.
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A trio of bright-eyed college coeds peered out a dormitory window in Cindy Doty, Michael Flaherty, Dave Ernge, and Pam
a scene from "Take Her She's Mine," which was directed by senior Miller portrayed four college students in a nightclub
Liz Weiss. ECT presented the play during the month of April. date scene from "Take Her, Shels Mine."
Evansville College Theatre Cave Us
Emmett Whitmeyer QRand Ihlej receives a stern
reproach from his father Qjim Popel as Mollie Mi-
chaelson QCindy Dotyj and Mollie's parents fMar-
cia Bennett and Ormin Brownj looked on. The play
was written by Phoebe and Henry Ephron.
HWEAVE A WOODEN HORSE"
By William Weber
Evansville College Theatre's production "Take Her,
She's Mine", written by Phoebe and Henry Ephron, was
produced by Sam Smiley and Directed by Liz Weiss in
"Weave a Wooden Horsef, winner of the Evansville
Broadway Theatre League's National Playwriting Contest,
was performed by Evansville College Theatre in May. The
play had never been produced before in any form. The
productions were held on the East Classroomls thrust stage
Cthree sidesj which was transformed from a college town
in "Take Her, Shels Minen to a Greek setting in "Weave a
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Mary Koch plays the part of Penelope, wife of Ulysses, in 'Evans-
ville College Theatre's production of "Weave a Wooden Horse"
by William Weber.
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Duane Campbell, as Ulysses, tells Liz Weiss, as Menea, about his
experiences in the Trojan Wars in the prize winning play "Weave
a Wooden Horse."
Laertes, Atroculous, and Menea, played by Jim Yeiser, Jim Clark,
and Liz Weiss, plot against Ulysses. QPhoto courtesy of the Evans-
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Evansville College's largest graduating class in its
history received diplomas during the Commencement
exercises on June 14 at Roberts Municipal Stadium.
Dr. Myron Wick, general secretary of the Division of
Higher Education of the Methodist Church Board of
Education from Nashville, Tennessee, spoke to approx-
imately 4O0 graduates on "The Heart Has Its Rea-
Bishop Roy Short, resident bishop of the Louisville
area of the Methodist Church, was guest speaker at the
Baccalaureate Services on june 13.
For Seniors-Cnce in a Lifetime
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on Valpo quarterback Dick Raddatz, center Ccenterj. pick up valuable yardage on an end sweep.
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FIRST ROW: Scales, Loge, T. Lidy, J. Lidy, Havill, Dean, Beck, Byers, Don Ping, Coach Paul Beck, Beasley, Buedel, Hurst, Harp-
Carson, Hays, Burke, Hybert. SECOND ROW: Phillips, Inzerello, er, Cheaney, Heiden, Bannwart, Jaffray, Carrarra, Lauer, Groves
Grams, Per, Hatcher, Markwell, Wagner, Rutigliano, Grannan, Assistants Marty Amsler, Lemois Wires, Bob Glaser.
Minnette, Merrick, Snyder, Miller. THIRD ROW: Assistant Jim
Dlck Mlnnette the Aces 165 pound sophomore quarterback, is about to be sandw1ched between
285 pound D1ck Orban and 200 pound M1ke Klrby of Ball State.
Bradley . .
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Matt Hatcher, the Aces' hard-running fullback, heads for the right
side of the Indiana State defense after taking a handoff from
quarterback Rusty Scales C165.
A familiar sight during the EC-Valpo Homecoming tilt was Evans-
ville defensive stalwarts Gordon Jaffray C775, Jim Havill C245,
and John Lidy C145 closing in on the Crusaders' talented halfback
Guard Ed Wagner C615 flies through the air in an effort to help
John Lidy C145 and Jim Buedel C645 stop the progress of Ball
State's rugged fullback Jim Reeves.
Gordon Jaffray 177D and Larry Hybert f26l contain Valparaiso halfback Jim Larson while
teammates Jim Havill C245 and John Lidy C145 close in.
Sophomore Jerry Snyder the Aces tight end races to haul in a
To Cain Winning Season
Evansville College's football Aces rebounded from a
mid-season offensive slump to register their second straight
winning season. The Purple and White, coached by Paul
Beck, closed the season with a 3-3 Indiana Collegiate
Conference record and a 5-4 overall mark.
The Aces opened the season by surprising two highly
touted teams, Bradley, 15-14, and Southeast Missouri
State, 26-6. The Aces then dropped three of their next
four games against ICC opponents before they upended
conference foes St. Joseph's, 28-6, and Valparaiso, 14-
10. The victory over Valpo marked the Hrst time in the last
six years that Evansville was able to celebrate Homecom-
ing on a happy note.
Several performers consistently stood out for the Aces,
including guard Steve Markwell, linebacker jim Havill,
end Beasley, halfbacks Alan Per and John Lidy, and
fullback Matt Hatcher. Per was the teamls leading rusher
with 4.3 yards per carry average, while Lidy Hnished as the
conference's third best punter with an average of more
than 40 yards per kick. As a team the Aces averaged 219
yards total offensive per game, while yielding 263.
After the season Coach Beck, who guided the Aces
through eleven seasons, stepped down after compiling a
44--52 record. He was named ICC Coach of the year
after directing the Aces to a share of the conference title
pass against Ball State
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Below: Members of the 1965-66 Purple Aces Basketball Team are
-FIRST ROW: Ron Johnson, Rick Kingston, Don Jordan, Don
Wagner, Dave Riggs, Ron Bae, and Terry Atwater. SECOND
ROW: Coach Arad McCutchan, Woody Gordon, Roger Miller,
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Larry Humes, All-Ameri-
can from Madison, Ind.,
drives for the basket, edg-
ing out his man for two of
his 29 points in the 103-
90 win over St. Joseph's
at Robertis Stadium.
Humes, a senior, was named
to the Sport magazine's
small college All-American
team by a vote of Nation-
al Basketball Association
scouts this year. Sam Wat-
kins, senior from Louisville,
Ky., was high point man
for the game with 33.
CPhotos courtesy Sunday
Rick Kingston, junior from Evansville, who Filled the starting
spot left by mono-stricken Darrell Adams, grabs a rebound
from Stew Miller of Ball State.
Howard "Lurch" Pratt, 6'6" sophomore from Shoals, Ind., is
head and shoulders above everyone else as he goes up for two
points against St. Josephis, and is fouled by John Flick f35J. Herb
Williams looks on.
Darrell Adams, sophomore from Patoka, Ill., struggles
with big George Peeples, Iowa center, for possession of
the ball. CPhotos courtesy Sunday 'Courier-Pressl
Junior Herb Williams, Gentralia, Ill., jumps high
in the air to nab another rebound in the St.
Jerry Mattingly, sopho-
more from Evansville,
dribbles in for a lay-up,
while Sam Watkins and
Ron Johnson follow the
action from the back-
Sam Watkins, Aces' num-
ber two scorer, is fouled
as he jumps for a shot in
the Ball State game.
Humes, Mattingly and
Gordon anticipate a re-
Dave Riggs, sophomore Ace from
Evansville, makes a futile attempt to
block a shot during the Aces-St. Joe
"Woody" Gordon grimaces
as he is fouled rebounding
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a Ball State player intercepts. Aces' 103-90 win over St. Joseph's.
Aces Post 18-9 Season Record
Herb Williams starts
around his man enroute
to the basket in the
Aces' 105-85 rout of
Ball State at the Stadi-
um. CPhotos Compli-
ments of Sunday Cour-
Above: Larry Humes, the Man of A Thousand Moves, appears
to be at a loss for movements . . . or words . . . as he sits beside
his coach for the last time.
Below: The Vampire Five, composed of: Dave Riggs, Jerry Mat-
tingly, Ron Johnson, Roger Miller, and Woody Gordon, watch
the action from the sidelines just before entering the game against
Lamar Tech. in the N.C.A.A. Regionals at S.I.U.
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Rick Kingston hustled a throw to first base to complete a double
play in the 1-0 victory against Oakland City which closed the
Worried coach Don Ping paced the coa.ch's box during a close
contest with nearby Oakland City College.
STANDING: john Lidy, Ralph Payne, Bill Carr, Paul Smith,
Bob Glaser, Ron Martin, Bob Gray, Jim Raper, Mike Beard, G'
Coach Don Ping. FRONT ROW: Mike Madriaga, Tom Kep- 3
pen, Jim Harl, Mike Oliver, Rick Kingston, Tom Gerkin.
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Showed Beck Some
Kim DeVault, four year EC spiral ace, ran the team through spring
practice to develop high-stepping techniques.
Sophomore Gordon "Gordo" Jaffray trained in the spring
for a first string position fall '65, Jaffray, from Chicago, Ill.,
proved to be one of the most valuable players on the EC
Turnovers are a part of rigorous training for development stamina.
Jim Beck, Evansville, gave that extra bit of effort during
spring practice to impress coach Beck.
Court Aces Took Season Loss
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Anthony Brooks, the Aces number two singles man, concentrated on lobbing the ball
over the head of an opponent during a tight contest.
Aces number four man, Sam Wat-
kins, followed through after return-
ing a serve to a teammate during
The EC tennis squad ended the season
with a slightly under par 2-6 record.
They went on to place fourth in the ICC.
Coach Voorhees commented, "The loss
of Ray Denton, our number two man this
year will definitely be felt. But, of the five
top men this year, Brooks, Koch, Watkins
and Sergesketter will be returning for an-
other year of action?
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Dave Cox, Kokomo, Ind., set a record of 20' 7" while representing Hughes Hall. Dave also
finished second in pole vaulting.
Since EC. had no track team in 1965,
would-be track men entered the intramu-
ral track meet. A team of these men, the
Snipers, walked off with the honors at the
IM track meet, leaving second place
Hughes Hall 57 points behind.
Jumping-jack Herb Williams goes high to win the high jump for the Snipers.
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CBelowj Freshman Mike Lodato caught in an underwater action
CAbovej Mike Enlow, who set an Indiana pool record in the 200
yard breaststroke with a time of 2:28.5, prepares to dry off,
while coach Jim Voorhees and teammate Marty Wilson watch
the action in the pool.
Members of E.C. ICC recordbreaking 400 yard Medley Relay
team are: Ron Watson, Mike Enlow, Bryan Rathke, and Tom De-
Fur. Their record-breaking time was 3:57.4, which was also an
Indiana State record.
Football Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Volleyball Tau Kappa Epsilon
Cross Country Hughes Hall
Swimming Hughes Hall
Basketball Tau Kappa Epsilon
Bowling Hughes Hall
Wrestling Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Volleyball Chi Omega
Swimming Moore Hall
Badminton Alpha Omicron Pi
Basketball Chi Omega
First place winners of Moore Hallls winning IM Dugan, Ginny Kilby, Mickie Hirschman, Pam
swimming team are: Caroline Parker, Marty Pearce, and Judy Plymate.
Lambda Chi Alpha
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Omicron Pi
Members of Alpha Omicron Pi's championship IM
badminton team are: Susan Kelly, Sandy Van Ars-
dall, and Nancy Roser.
Members of Chi Omega's championship volleyball team Karen Adams, Cheryl Becker, Mary Jeanne Shafer, Gayla
are from left to right: Rosie Buchenberger, Linda Topper, Dame, and Suzi Clark.
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Above: Hughes Hall's winning intramural cross country team was
composed of: Ron Ozbolt, Al Studt, and Dennis Avery.
Left: Members of the Hughes Hall championship intramural
bowling team are-FRONT ROW: Denny Armour and Russ
Edmonson. BACK ROW: Dave Hornick and Grover Cleveland.
Members of the Hughes Hall championship swim- BACK ROW: Dave Meyers, Dick Shannon, Stu
ming team are-FRONT ROW: Frank Ballard, Parks, Dave Groves, and Jim Helm.
Bill Silva, Al Studt, Norm Tully, and Glenn Lohn.
Members of the SAE intramural football championship
team are-FIRST ROW: Dale Miller, Pat Cusack, and
Larry Polster. SECOND ROW: Doug Baskett, Tom
Young, Rick White, Carl Ritzel, Bob Weber, and Dave
Klingle. THIRD ROW: Tom Gates, Dave Pflug, Mike
Hirsch, Ted Field, and John Hughes. FOURTH ROW:
Jack Paulen, Larry Tallman, Ron Eberhard, Ken Mills,
and Chuck Winings, coach.
Members of the winning TKE intra-
mural basketball team are-FRONT
ROW: Alan Bender, Don Ramsden,
and Dick Minnette. BACK ROW:
Art Shoener, Bob Graper, Alan Per,
Gary Rice, and Bob Roe. Not pictured
are: Malcolm Miles, Mike Harper,
Bob Kelley, and Bill Haverstick, coach.
Members of Tau Kappa Epsilonls intramural volleyball
champions are-FRONT ROW: Dick Minnette, Alan
Bender, Mike Kurtz, and Gary Rice. BACK ROW: Bob
Graper, Art Shoener, Joe French, and Don Ramsden.
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Administration, Faculty and Staff
As a small private institution, Evansville College can offer more of its faculty to
students than any large college or university. The EC student of 1966 can say he is
still an individual and not just a number on an IBM card. This is because he has
closer personal contact with educators who can be more easily involved in the
student's goals and ambitions.
More than 150 strong, EC's faculty seeks to prepare students to think and act
intelligently and to develop an awareness of the basic social, economic and political
problems of the day. Open discussions, free expression of ideas, and intellectual
independence are encouraged in the pursuit of knowledge.
With this in mind, EC has purposely combined the high ideals of the university
with the practical advantages of a small school to offer a unique and rewarding
education for all.
Long, Dean-Vice Presi-
dent and Director of Adult
Brown, Nicholas C.-Dean
of the College
Wilson, Robert L.-HDean
Schnakenburg, Luise F.-
Director of Women's Coun-
Morlock, James E.-Dean
of Meng Head of the Dept.
Kraft, Clifford W.-Direc-
tor of Men's Counseling
Baker, J. Wayne-Assisb
Beavor, Thomas F.-Man-
ager, Harper Dining Cen-
Bell, Mary Louise-Man-
ager of Duplicating and
ent of Buildings and
Blackburn, Diana L.-Ad-
Brooks, Clarence E.-As-
sistant Director of Ce-nter
for Special Educational
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BARTON, FREDERICK EUGENE B.A.
Arnold Air Society: Sigma Phi Epsilon, recorder: College Theater,
"Banners of Steel": Men's Glee Club: Musical Madness: Varsity
Cheerleader: Interfraternity Council, secretary: Union Publicity
Committee, core committee member: Intramurals: Editor of
I.F.C. rush brochure.
BASHAM. BARBARA LEE B.A.
Dean's List 5 times: Phi Beta Chi: Phi Kappa Phi: Cap and
Gown: Sigma Pi Sigma, secretary: Alpha Lambda Delta: Math
Club, vice-president: S.N.E.A., treasurer: Gamma Delta, vice-
president: Alpha Omicron Pi, scholarship chairman, treasurer,
AOPi national scholarship: Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties:
I'nion Dance Committee: Wl5IIICDiS Recognition Dinner.
BASKICTT. DOUGLAS L.
BATE. LINDA E.
BAUER, DONALD EUGENE B.S.
National Collegiate Association for Secretaries.
BAUMAN. JANE ANN B.A.
Sigma Alpha Iota, editor: Young Democrats: A.C.E.: Concert
and Marching Band: Choir: "Eagerheart", 1961.
BAUMAN. STEPHEN E.
I Think Iill Attend Comme
ADAMS, MARIE CATHERINE B.A.
National Secretaries Club.
AHRENS, JAMES R.
ALDRIDGE, MARY JOYCE B.A.
Mrs. Club, corresponding secretary: S.E.A.: Publication in
ALLARD, JEFFREY MYERS B.A.
Dean's List 1 time: Bi Sci Club, president: S.N.E.A.: Intra-
murals, swimming and softball: Lab assistant for Comparative
Vertebrate Anatomy: Tutor for Biology.
ANDERSON, LOUISE LYNNE B.A.
Sigma Alpha Iota, president, vice-president, music chairman:
Dean's List 1 time: Methodist Student Movement: Newman
Club: Music Educator's National Conference, vice-president: In-
ternational Relations Club: Zeta Tau Alpha, music chairman:
Musical Madness: Concert Band: Marching Band: College Or-
chestra: Concert Choir: Choral-Ayres: Brass Ensemble: Union
Board Fine Arts Committee: Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra:
Indiana Intercollegiate Band.
ANDREWS, WILLIAM PHILLIP B.S.
Tau Kappa Epsilon.
ARNOLD LARRY G.
ASHWORTH, PAMELA JEAN B.A.
Dean's List 6 times: Kappa Chi: National Collegiate Association
of Secretaries: S.N.E.A.: I.N.C.A,: Union House Committee:
Women's Recognition Dinner: W.U.S. Fund Drive.
BACON. LARRY W.
BARNETT, LANA CAROL B.A.
Angel Flight: A.C.E.: Alpha Omicron Pi, assistant rush chair-
man, recording secretary: Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties:
Pom Pom Girls: Union House and Dance committees: Basketball
Queen candidate: Intramurals, bowling.
BARTELT, MARY ELIZABETH B.A.
Pi Delta Epsilon: A.C.E.: Zeta Tau Alpha, secretary, editor,
pledge class treasurer: Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties: Union
Games Committee: Union Publicity Committee:'Linc, section
editor: Crescent: Book Review Committee.
BAYER, GARY L.
BEADLE, RAYMOND jr.
BEARD, MICHAEL L. B.A.
Lettered in varsity baseball.
BEESLEY, KENDRA ANN
Dean's list: Angel Flight, chaplain, executive ofiicer: Secretary of
Intramurals: Pep Club: Bi Sci Club: Chi Omega: rush chairman,
activities chairman: Gamma Delta: Musical Madness: Glee
Club: Varsity Cheerleader: Secretary of S.G.A.: Secretary of Stu-
dent Senate: Administrative Board: Miss Evansville College:
Military Ball Queen: Honorary Cadet Colonel: Ice Breaker
BENTLEY, CAROLYN A.
BERKEMEIER, SUETTA M.
BIDDINGER, SHIRLEY ANN B.A.
A.C.E.: Methodist Student Movement: International Relations
Club: Zeta Tau Alpha, pledge class treasurer. chapter treasurer,
historian: Gamma Delta: Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties:
Choir: Intramurals: Union Personnel Committee.
BISCHMANN. DELORES ANN B.A.
Dean's list: Young Democrats: S.N.E.A.: Pep Club: W.R.A.,
secretary, treasurer: Gamma Delta, vice-president: Homecoming
Committee: May Day activities: Union Dance and House Com-
BLAND, GEORGIANNA B.A.
Pi Delta Epsilon, historian: S.N.E.A.: Phi Mu, vice-president,
homecoming co-chairman: Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties:
Union Board, chairman of Finance Committee, vice-president
of Union Board: Student Senate: Senior class treasurer: Crescent
staff: Line, editor-in-chief, campus editor, organizations editor:
Spring Weekend publicity chairman: Bachelor of the Year co-
chairman: Club 39: May Day publicity chairman: Journalism
BLOME, QUENTIN WILLARD B.S.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Interfraternity Council: Arnold Air So-
ciety: Young Republicans: Musical Madness: Chicago Tribune
Gold Metal. CAFROTCJ.
BOGGESS, JOHN E.
BONENBERGER, ROBERT QI.
BOOTS, DAVID WAYNE B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon: Lambda Chi Alpha: Musical Madness: Intra-
mural volleyball and basketball.
BOREN, SARAH B.A.
N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Phi Mu, ritualist, social service, pledge class
chaplain, Panhellenic representative: Musical Madness: Ace-ettes,
co-captain: Union Finance Committee: Homecoming committee:
Ice Breaker committee.
BORDERS. GERALD D.
BOSSE, STEVEN W. B.S.
Arnold Air Society. commander: Dean's list 2 times: Group Com-
mander, AFROTC Cadet Group: Intramural football and bas-
BROOKS, JEAN B.A.
Dean's list 2 times: First place in A.A.U.W. Poetry Contest: Wm.
Boetticher Scholarship: Sam'l Orr Scholarship.
BUBENZER. SELMA M.
CARADINE, HELEN B.S.
Angel Flight. information oflicer, drill team: Dean's list 1 time:
Alpha Tau Delta: Jr. Panhellenic. president: Evansville Associa-
tion of Nursing Student. vice-president. secretary: Chi Omega,
personnel. vice-president: Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties:
Women's Recognition Dinner: Easter Lily Sales, highest collec-
tion in womenis division.
CARR, WILLIAM CARSON B.A.
Lambda Chi Alpha. ritualist: Varsity baseball: Intramurals.
CARROLL, CHARLES L.
CARSON. MICHAEL JOSEPH B.A.
Dean's list 5 times: Newman Club: Varisty football.
CHAMPION, PATRICIA GAYLE B.S.
Dean's list I time: Baptist Student Union, vice-president, enlist-
ment chairman: E.C.A.N.S., president, recording secretary:
Women's Recognition Dinner: Homecoming Queen candidate:
Nursing class secretary and treasurer.
CLARK. CARROLL RAY B.M.E.
Concert Band: Marching Band: Feature twirler: Drum major:
CLARK, RITA KAY B.S.
Aqua Angels: W.R.A.: Inter Residence Council, secretary:
E.C.A.N.S.: program committee: Gamma Delta: Gamma Delta
homecoming display chairman: E.C.A.N.S. homecoming display
co-chairman: American Journal of Nursing: First Place National
Writing Award for Army Nurses: Varsity swim team: South Dis-
trict Indiana Association Nursing Student, first vice president.
CLARY, BOBBYE SUE B.A.
Chi Omega. pledge class secretary, athletics chairman, activities
chairman: Angel Flight: Co-chairman of lawn display for home-
coming: A.C.E.. committee chairman: College Theater: Dean's
list: Union committee.
CLEVELAND, GROVER A.
Phi Kappa Phi: Blue Key, recording secretary, treasurer, presi-
dent: Pi Gamma Mu: Dean's list 6 times: Pi Sigma Epsilon:
Kappa Mu Epsilon, treasurer: Musical Madness: Big 39 bike
race: Dormitory treasurer and secretary: Freshman basketball
award: Hughes'Hall Athlete of the Year Award: Intramurals:
Union Dance Committee.
COLE, BARBARA LOUISE B.A.
Angel Flight. comptroller: A.C.E.: Alpha Omicron Pi: Homecom-
ing committee, co-chairman of activities.
CONGLETON, JEROME J.
COOK. JOE H.
COOK, ROBERT WAYNE B.S.
Newman Club: Young Democrats: Lambda Chi Alpha, pledge
class president, pledge trainer: Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties:
Union House Committee: Baseball, letter: Intramurals.
COOK. STEPHEN B.
COOKSEY, RANDAL DEAN B.M.E.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. secretary: Dean's list 2 times: M.E.N.C.:
Concert Band: Concert Orchestra: Choir.
COX. KENT G.
CRAWFORD, JAMES CURTIS B.A.
Blue Key: Pi Delta Epsilon, secretary: Dean's list 3 times: Evans-
ville College Theatre: S.N.E.A.: Crescent staff, photographer,
campus editor: Line staff.
CRON, VIRGINIA GALLOWAY B.A.
CRUM, STEPHEN EDWARD B.A.
Arnold Air Society: S.N.E.A.: Musical Madness: WEVC, sports
announcer: Letter in cross country.
DAME, GAYLA JEANE B.A.
Angel Flight: S.N.E.A.: Chi Omega, social chairman, personnel:
Varsity Cheerleader: Captain of Varsity Cheerleaders: Musical
Madness: Big 39 Steering Committee: Military Ball Committee:
Pep Club: Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl 1964-1965: Wo-
men's Recognition Dinner: Ice Breaker Queen: Honor Attendant
for Chi Omega Basketball Queen Candidate.
DANIELS, CHARLES B.A.
History Club: Sigma Phi Epsilon, social chairman.
DANNHEISER, CHARLES C. B.S.
Arnold Air Society: Lambda Chi Alpha: pledge class president:
Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties: Intramurals: Freshman Foot-
ball and Basketball: Varsity Football.
DECKER, JUDY ANNE B.A.
Dean's list 2 times: Cap and Gown, secretary: Phi Beta Chi,
president: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Newman Club: American Chemi-
cal Society: Student Affiliates, secretary, treasurer: Wornenis Re-
cognition Dinner: Lab Assistant in chemistry.
DEFUR. EARL T.
DEVINE, WANDA F.
DUDLEY, DORINDA ANNE B.A.
Dean's list 2 times: Angel Flight, area information ofiicerg Alpha
Lambda Delta: Pi Delta Epsilon: Chi Omega, president, Pan-
hellenic representative: Musical Madness, director for Chi Omega:
Union Board: Panhellenic, secretary: Dorm, counselor: freshman
class vice-president: Whos' Who: Women's Recognition Dinner:
Homecoming Queen: Ice breaker Queen.
DULL, RICHARD F.
Engineering Club: Young Republicans: Sigma Alpha Epsilon:
Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties: Union Board: Intramurals,
swimming, track, football, basketball, softball, volleyball:
Engineering Lab Assistant.
DUNCAN, ALBERT G.
EBERHARD, RONALD O.
EDMOND. MARILYN JANE B.S.
Dcan's list 1 time: Angel Flight: Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-president:
Choir: Womens Recognition Dinner: Basketball Queen candi-
EDMONDSON. RUSSELL D. B.A.
S.N.E.A.: Bi Sci Club: A.C.E.: Intramurals. bowling, softball:
EDMONDSON. STEPHEN G. e B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, vice-president. pledge trainer: Dean's list 1
time: Glee Club: Hughes Hall intramurals: Hughes Hall steering
committee, homecoming display chairman: United Fund chair-
ENGLISH. DAVID C.
EVANS. WINSTON CHARLES B.A.
Arnold Air Society, administrative officer, deputy commander:
Blue Key. alumni secretary: Dean's list 2 times: History Club:
S.N.E.A.: Musical Madness: Varsity Cheerleader: Union Publi-
city Committee: Student Senate: Sophomore class vice-president:
Junior class president: Homecoming activities day co-chairman'
Dad's Day co-chairman: Military Ball decorating chairman.
FISHER. ANN MARIE B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Kappa Phi: Dean's list: Cap and
Gown. publicity chairman: S.N.E.A.: Chi Omega. president.
treasurer: pledge class president, scholarship award: Musical
Madness: Vocal Varieties: Union Board. chairman of Publicity
Committee: Union Board secretary: Woman's Council, treasurer:
Women's Recognition Dinner: Line staff. section editor.
FREITAG. SARAH E.
FRY. KAREN ANITA B.S.
Dean's list 7 times: Noma Award: Alpha Lambda Delta: Pi
Gamma NIL1: Newman Club.
FUCHS. LULA MAE B.M.E.
Alpha Lambda Delta, vice-president: Dean's list 2 times: Sigma
Alpha Iota, chaplain: Baptist Student Union: Intervarsity Chris-
tian Fellowship: Vocal Varieties: Intramurals: Band: Brass Choir:
FUQUAY, GARY HAROLD B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon. secretary: Arnold Air Society: Engineering
Club: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Musical Madness.
GAMBREL, TOMMY D.
GARCIA. OSCAR A.
GARRETT, LINDA KAY B.S.
Kappa Chi: I.N.C.A.: M.S.M.: E.C.A.N.S.: Gamma Delta:
Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties: Aqua Angels: Indiana Stu-
dent Nurses Association.
GARRETT. LYNN D,
GILBERT, DWIGHT L. B.S.
Dean's list 1 time: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Engineering Club:
I.E.E.E.: Circle K.
GILLASPY. JOHN L.
GOEN. JAMES M.
GOERGES. PETER L.
GOLIGHTLY. PETER SIMPSON B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon: Young Republicans: Circle K: Pep Club:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. vice-president. secretary. parents' weekend
committee: Musical Madness: Spring Water Show: Union house
committee: Dad's Day chairman: Basketball Queen committee:
May Day committee: Spring Weekend committee: Homecom-
ing committee: Varsity swim team: Intramurals, swimming
Crecord holderj, football: SAE Leadership School.
GROENINGER. KATHERINE LOUISE B.A.
A.C.E.: Jr. Panhellenic: Beta Sigma Omicron, pledge class presi-
dent. warden: Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties: Union Board,
chairman of Finance Committee.
GROOMER. STEPHEN MICHAEL B.S.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, treasurer: Pi Sigma Epsilon, treasurer:
Kappa Mu Epsilon: Symphonic Band: Orchestra: Percussion
GUNTHER. JEFFREY A.
1 ' lst.,
HAAN, CHRISTIAN NICHOLAS B.S.
Lambda Chi Alpha, vice-president, pledge trainer, house mana-
ger, outstanding active, assistant pledge trainer. assistant treas-
urer, Interfraternity Council, president, treasurer: Intramurals.
HAHN. STEVEN E.
HALPIN, PERRY B.
HANSHOE, PAULA KAY B.S.
HARMEYER. GERALD L.
HARMON, NANCY B.A.
Angel Flight: recipient of service award: Deans list 1 time:
Methodist Student Movement, president: Chi Omega, pledge
class secretary, Panhellenic representative, Vocal Varieties: Musi-
cal Madness: Women's Clee Club: Panhellenic, president, vice-
president, Moore Hall, vice president, social chairman, floor
counselor: Women's Council, treasurer: Who's Who: Women's
HARRISON, MARK R. B.A.
International Relations Club: Young Republicans.
HARRY, MARGARET ELLEN B.A.
Dean's list 2 times: S.N.E.A.: College Theatre, costumes for
"Weave a VVooden Horse," "Chinese Wall", .Assistant director,
HARTMAN, PATRICIA LOUISE B.A.
Dean's list 5 times: Phi Kappa Phi: A.C.E.: N.E.A.
HARVEY, JOYCE B.A.
Alpha Omicron Pi: Social Committee: Pep Club: Pom Pom Girl:
House Committee: Dance Committee.
HATCHER. JOHN MICHAEL B.A.
Tau Kappa Epsilon. secretary, sgt. at armsg Musical Madness,
Co-chairman of homecoming display committee.
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HAWK. FRANCES KAY B.S.
Dean's list 1 time: E.C.N.A.: Phi Mu, fraternity education chair-
man, secretary: Gamma Delta: Musical Madness: Vocal Varie-
ties: Union Finance Committee: Intramurals.
HAWKINS, BARBARA B.A.
Deans list: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: I.S.T.A.: Gamma Delta, home-
coming committee chairman: Zeta Tau Alpha, ritual chairman
Panhellenic representative, vice-president of pledge class: Musi-
cal Madness: Vocal Varieties: Evansville College Theater: Union
Fine Arts Committee, core committee member: International Re-
HAWKINS, ROBERT L.
HELMS CAROL S.
HENNESSEY, DALE JOSEPH B.A.
Blue Key, vice-president: Sigma Phi Epsilon, president, ath-
letics chairman: Musical Madness: Big 39: Senior class vice-
president: Chairman of homecoming committee: May Day ac-
tivities chairman, AOPi Favorite Guy: Intramurals, football,
volleyball, swimming, track.
HENRY, DOUGLAS GRAY B.A.
Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's list 2 times: Tau Kappa Epsilon, histo-
rian, vice-president: president: Interfraternity Council, presi-
dent: Student Senate: Sophomore class president: Senior class
president: Who's Who: Crescent staff, sports editor, campus editor:
managing editor, editor-in-chief.
HOLDER. SHIRLEY B.
HOLLCROFT, BARBARA M. B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Kappa Phi: Dean's list 12 times:
HORNICK, MARY ESTHER B.A.
Cap and Gown: Dean's list 3 times: A,C.E.: S.N.E.A.: M.S.M.
Vocal Varieties: Moore Hall, Hoor counselor: Women's Recogni-
HULL, MARY ANNA B.A.
May Day committee: Bi Sci Club: Womens' Recognition Dinner:
Miss Armed Forces: Miss Air Force Reserve: Dean's list 7 times:
Angel Flight, supply officer: Cap and Gown, vice-president: Al-
pha Omicron Pi, vice-president of pledge class, assistant treas-
urer, scholarship officer: Gamma Delta: Musical Madness: Jr.
Panhellenic: Young Republicans: Pep Club: Pom Pom Girl:
HUMES. LAWRENCE L.
HUNT, CAROL J.
IHLF., RAND R.
JARVIS, JERRY A.
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JOHNSON, MARY F.
KAUFMAN, BETTY L.
KEITH, CONNIE LEE
A.C.E., Young Democrats, M.S.M., S.N.E.A., Gamma Delta,
Vocal Varieties, Union Entertainment Committee, core commit-
tee member, Franklin House, president.
KELLERMAN, JAMES S. Jr.
KENDALL, MARILYN ELAINE B.A.
Kappa Chi, secretary, Dean's list 3 times, M.S.M., International
Relations Club, Intervarsity Christian Association, House coun-
selor of Franklin House, S.N.E.A., Young Democrats, Vocal
KENEIPP, JUDITH RAE B.A.
Pep Club, Young Republicans, secretary, Phi Mu, standards
chairman, Panhellenic representative, pledge class secretary, so-
cial service chairman, Musical Madness director, Spring Week-
end Committee, Homecoming Committee, Union Board, chair-
man of Dance Committee, Sophomore class secretary, Adminis-
trative Board, S.G.A. Delegate at Large, Student Senate, Ice
Breaker Court, Basketball Queen Court.
KIDWELL, JOHN R.
KIEFER, RAMONA M.
Nearly 4 O Expected to Graduate
KINNARD, KATHLEEN ANN B.S.
A.C.E.: Glee Club, Gamma Delta: Vocal Varieties: Glee Club:
Union Finance Committee.
KISSEL, STEPHEN RONAL B.S.
Dean's list 3 times, Arnold Air Society, I.E.E.E., chairman.
KISSLING, JAMES E.
KLINGLE. DAVID EDWARD B.S.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. chaplain: Musical Madness, Interfra-
ternity Council: Union Games Committee: Intramurals.
KOERTGE, HELEN FAYE B.M.E.
Sigma Alpha Iota, corresponding secretary: Intervarsity Chris-
tian Fellowship, Music Educators National Conference, Vocal
Varieties: Concert and Marching Band: Choir, Girls' Glee
KOLB, BARBARA B.A.
Deans list 4 times, Kappa Mu Epsilon: Newman Club: S.N.E.A.:
American Chemical Society.
KOLB, BETTY ANN B.S.
Alpha Omicron Pi: Activities Chairman, Recording Secretary,
Rush Chairman, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties: S.G.A.
Homecoming Committee: Intramurals.
KOSER, MARTA LYNN B.A.
Young Democrats, N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Pep Club. publicity chair-
KOUTS, CONSTANCE E. B.A.
KRESS, DEANNA ROSE B.S.
Newman Club, E.C.A.N.S., secretary, Gamma Delta, Nocal
Varieties: Union House Committee, Moore Hall, treasurer.
KROEGER, NINA MARIE B.A.
LANCE. RlCl-I.-XRD K.
LAND. SARAH LOUISE B.M.A.
Sigma Alpha Iota. honors activities chairman. program chair-
man: Young Republicans: Evansville College Theater, "The
Good Woman of Setzuanu, "Banners of Steel": Symphonic Band:
Choir: Choral Ayers: Women's Clee Club: Union Board, chair-
man of Entertainment Committee: Union Board president, vice-
president: Franklin House wing representative.
LATHAM, JEROME B.A.
Varsitv football: freshman football.
LAWSON, NANCY E.
LEWIS, MARILYN JANE B.M.A.
Sigma Alpha Iota, choir director, assistant treasurer: Dean's list
l time: Music Educators National Conference, secretary, treas-
urer: Concert Band: Cappella Choir: Concert Orchestra: Flute
Ensemble: lvlusicians Club Award.
LINE, BARBARA JOAN B.A
Alpha Lambda Delta, secretary: Phi Kappa Phi: Dean's list:
Cap and Gown. treasurer: Phi Beta Chi: Kappa Mu Epsilon,
secretary: S.N.E.A.: Chi Omega, pledge class treasurer, assist-
ant treasurer, scholarship award: Musical Madness: Union En-
tertainment Committee: Women's Recognition Dinner: Intra-
LINZY, JERRY ALLAN B.A.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, historian, president, outstanding service
award: Jr. and Sr. Coordinator for Musical Madness: S.G.A.,
treasurer. president: Co-chairman of Spring Weekend: Whols
Who: Union Fine Arts Committee.
LITTY, NANCY J.
LOCHMUELLER. ROGER P. B.S.
History Club: International Relations Club: Young Republi-
cans: Phi De'ta Theta tHanover Collegel.
LOVE, JOHN R.
LYLES, DEBRA M.
MCCOURT, LAWRENCE F.
McCURDY. EARL F. B.S.
Pi Sigma Upsilon: Student National Educational Association:
Circle K: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, treasurer, correspondent,
scholarship chairman: Musical Madness: May Day Chairman:
Homecoming Morning Activities: Student Senate: Junior Class
President: Union Board: Who's Who: Varsity Basketball: Intra-
McCUTCHAN, MARILYN B.A.
Pep Club, committee co-chairman: Alpha Omicron Pi, histo-
rian, treasurer, rush committee, correspondent to national maga-
zine: Musical Madness: Vocal Varieties: Panhellenic treasurer:
Sophomore class treasurer: Student Senate: Intramurals: Line
section editor: Crescent reporter: Homecoming co-chairman: Co-
chaimian of basketball queen committee.
MCLEMORE, SHAYRON P.
MACKEY, DONNA R. ' B.A-
Dean's list 2 times: S.N.E.A.: W.R.A.: National Collegiate As-
sociation for Secretaries: Young Democrats: Union Dance Com-
cittee: Women's Recognition Dinner: Intramurals: Business and
MACKEY, PHYLLIS C.
MADRIAGA, MICHAEL BIA.
William V. Slyker Memorial Award: Varsity football: Varsity
baseball: All I.C.C. Baseball.
MANGEL, RICHARD LEE
MARTIN, MARLENE DIANN B.A.
Deanls list 3 times: History Club, program chairman and treas-
urer: Bi Sci Club, vice-president: W.R.A.: Franklin House, his-
MASVIKENI, ROD GWINYAI B.A.
International Relations Club, vice-president: Bi Sci Club, Meth-
odist Studcnt Movement, Kappa Alpha Psi, College Theater,
"The Good Woman of Setzuan".
MATHEWS, CAROL LEE B.S.
Deanls list 1 time, Phi Mu, fraternity education, Gamma Delta,
E.C.A.N.S., Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Union House
and Finance Committees, Junior Attendant for basketball queen,
MATTHIESEN, ERIC E. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, secretary, Forensic Forum, program director,
Young Republicans: Club 39, treasurer, Inter-Residence Coun-
cil, vice-chairman, Sigma Phi Epsilon, secretary, best pledge
award, activities chairman, pledge board: Musical Madness:
Varsity Debate, WEVC announcer: Union Fine Arts Committee:
MELVIN, MARCIA E.
MEYER, CHERIE FAYE B.S.
Dean's list 2 times, Alpha Psi Omega, secretary-treasurer, Angel
Flight, song leader, Evansville College Theatre: secretary: Chi
Omega, song leader, Musical Madness, Assistant director for
"The Rainrnakerw: Women's Recognition Dinner, Union House
Committee, core committee member, Publicity co-chairman for
Military Ball, secretary for business and economic department,
secretary for speech and drama department.
MEYER. VIRGINIA A.
MEYERS, MARK E. B.A.
Bi Sci Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Vocal Varieties, Musical Mad-
ness, Union Entertainment Committee, vice-chairman, Co-chair-
man freshman party, Chairman of special equipment and dec-
oration committee for May Day, Lighting committee for Ice-
breaker Danceg Homecoming decoration and activities commit-
MILES, MORGAN A.
MILLER, DALE EDWIN B.S.
Pi Delta Epsilon: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Arnold Air Society, Circle
K: Young Republicans: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president, vice-
president, correspondent, chaplain, parents, weekend chairman:
Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, AOPi Favorite Guy: Inter-
fraternity Council, Presidentls Roundtable, Union Games Com-
mittee, Basketball queen committee: Dad's Day committee: May
Day committee, Intramurals, Crescent staff, Line staff, M.S.M.,
SAE Leadership School.
MILLER, LA VONNE
MILLER, WILLIAM E. B.A.
Kappa Alpha Psi, vice-president, S.N.E.A.
MISER, JERRY W.
MITCHELL, M. SUZANNE B,S.
National Collegiate .Association for Secretaries, treasurer, New-
man Club, Young Democrats, N.E.A.
MOBLEY, DAN W.
MOORE, STEPHEN H. B.A.
Beta Theta Pi fHanover Collegej: Alpha Phi Omega CHanovcr
MORRIS, DOROTHY L. B.A.
N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Mrs. Club.
MOSS, ROBERT A.
MOSSBURG, ELAINE CATHERINE B.A.
A.C.E., N.E.A., Newman Club.
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NUNN, CAROL SUE B.A.
Young Republicans: Zeta Tau Alpha, secretary: Musical Mad-
ness, Band, May Day Queen Attendant, Union Dance Commit-
tee, core committee member.
OHLROGGE, MARILYN B.
O'REILLY, CHAROLETTE F.
OSBORNE, JUDITH LEE B.A.
Dean's list 2 times, Mrs. Club, vice-president, A.C.E., S.N.E.A.
OSTERMEIER, ROBERT LOUIS B.A.
Dean's list 5 times, Methodist Student Movement, president,
Andrew J. Bigney Scholarship, Kappa Chi.
OWEN, ELIZABETH LU B.S.
Kappa Chi, I.N.C.A., secretary, M,S.M., worship committee,
Gamma Delta, Musical Madness, Choir, I.A.N.S., Women's
Recognition Dinner: Union Fine Arts Committee, core commit-
tee member, Women's Council.
OWEN, JAMES K.
OWEN. JERRY M.
PAMPE, ANNE ELIZABETH B.A.
Dean's list: Pi Delta Epsilon, pledge class secretary, Young Re-
publicans, secretary, S.N.E.A., Alpha Omicron Pi, homecoming
display co-chairman, assistant pledge trainer, fraternity educa-
tion chairman: Vocal Varieties, Musical Madness, Cheerleader,
Union Publicity Committee, core committee member, Intramu-
rals, Line, editor-in-chief, campus editor, section editor, Crescent,
managing editor, staff writer, Co-chairman of Bachelor of the
Year Contest, Who's Who.
PATBERG, MELBA JEAN B.A.
Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Beta Chi, Women's Recognition Dinner.
PETR, JEAN B.A.
113i Mu Acettes, Union Board, Choir, Sig Ep Sweetheart, Gamma
PHILLIPS, RONALD EUGENE B.A.
American Chemical Society, vice-president of the Student Af-
PLUMMER, DONNA B.S.
Dean's list 2 times, E.C.A.N.S., Women's Recognition Dinner,
Senior nursing class, treasurer.
MYERS, GARY RAY B.A.
Bi Sci Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Musical Madness, Union Dance
and Entertainment Committee, Co-chairman for homecoming
activities committee, Co-chairman for homecoming decoration
NANCE, DONNA GOODWIN B.A.
Dean's list 6 times, Alpha Phi Mu, Phi Kappa Phi, A.C.E.,
N.E.A., Mrs. Club.
NELSON, DOUGLAS B. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Circle K, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pledge class
president, warden, Musical Madness, Union Committee, S.G.A.,
treasurer, Dad's Day committee, Spring Weekend committee,
Co-chairman Basketball Queen committee, Intramurals.
NELSON, SANDRA LYNN B.A.
A.C.E., N.E.A., Union Publicity Committee.
NEWKIRK, NANCY B.S.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's list 5 times, Intervarsity Chris-
tian Fellowship, vice-president, president, E.C.A.N.S., treasurer,
Vocal Varieties, College Theater, Women's Glee Club, Novice
Debater, Social and Personnel Committees, vice-chairman,
Franklin House, treasurer, Who's Who, Cap and Gown, R.I.C.L.
NIEDERMEIER, THOMAS PAUL B.A.
Young Republicans, Bi Sci Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, pledge
trainer, best pledge, Musical Madness, United Fund, Heart Fund,
Intramurals, football, track, bowling.
NIEDNAGEL, HARVEY A.
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PLUMP, WAYNE EDWARD B.A.
Arnold Air Society.
PORTER, WINQNA RUTH B.A.
Dean's list 1 time, History Club, S.N.E.A., Franklin House, social
director, vice-president, Moore Hall scholarship award.
POWELL, GARY D.
PURTELL, THOMAS P. B.S.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
QUEEN, JAMES T.
RADEMACHER, WESLEY W.
REASOR, THOMAS W. B.S.
Arnold Air Society, operations officer, Dean's list 1 time, Dis-
tinguished ROTC Cadet, Chicago Tribune Award, Air Force
Association Award, Intramurals, basketball, Intramural Basket-
ball All-Star Team.
REID, RUTH WHITE B.A.
Dean's list 1 time, Mrs. Club, secretary and treasurer, A.C.E.,
RENNER, MICHAEL J.
RICKETTS, JUDITH D. B.S.
Dean's list 1 time, S.N.E.A., W.R.A., Bi Sci Club, vice-presi-
dent, Aqua Angels, Young Democrats, I.R.C., Disciples Stu-
dent Fellowship, Ace-etts, College Theater, Choir, Women's
Glee Club, Musical Madness, Union Fine Arts Committee, In-
tramurals, WEVC script writer, Biology lab assistant.
RINSCH, ARNOLD M. B.S.
Engineering Club, secretary and treasurer.
RISELL, LYNNE RUTH B.S.
M.S.M., E.C.A.N.S., Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-president, pledge
trainer, standards chairman, Zeta Lady, Musical Madness, Vocal
Varieties, Jr. Panhellenic, Union Social Committee.
RITZEL, CARL B.
ROBINSON, BARBARA F.
ROBINSON, PHYLLIS JEAN B.A.
A.C.E., Baptist Student Union, Young Republicians, A.C.E.I.
branch chairman, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties.
ROELL, SUSAN KAY B.A.
Deanis list 1 time, M.S.M., Pep Club, Young Democrats,
A.C.E., publications, secretary, Zeta Tau Alpha, song leader,
treasurer, president, Panhellenic delegate, scholarship chairman:
Gamma Delta, Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Intramurals,
Glee Club, Clarinet Choir, Band, President's Roundtable, Union
Fine Arts Committee, core committee member, Who's Who.
ROHLFER, CHARLES RANDOLPH B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Newman Club, Circle K, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon, chaplain, scholarship chairman, best pledge, Musical Mad-
ness, Union Games and Entertainment Committees, Intramurals,
football and basketball.
ROSER, NANCY L. B.A.
Dean's list, 10 times, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Cap and Gown, Alpha Omicron Pi, Ass't Rush Chairman, Rush
Chairman, President, Highest Grades Award, Musical Madness,
Musical Madness Best Director Award, Vocal Varieties, Novice
Debate, Union Board, Panhellenic, President's Roundtable:
Student Senate, Fr. Class Treasurer, Jr. Class Secretary, Sr.
Class Secretary, Pi Lambda Theta Award, Lucile Jones Award,
ROSS, SHARON LEE B.A.
Dean's list 2 times, Angel Flight, drill commander, chaplain,
Miss ROTC in Armed Forces Day, Alpha Omicron Pi, assistant
standards chairman, assistant pledge trainer, social chairman,
Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, May Day Awards Chairman,
Dad's Day, decorations chairman, S.G.A., delegate-at-large,
Who's Who, Miss United Fund.
RUCKMAN, ANITA MAE
Kappa Pi, National Collegiate Association for Secretaries, presi-
dent, Dean's list l time, Alpha Omicron Pi, social chairman,
scholarship chairman, historian, reporter to national magazine'
Musical Madness, Union House Committee, Sigma Alpha Epsii
lon Sweetheart, Women's Recognition Dinner, Miss Congenial-
ity in Miss E.C. Contest, Intramurals.
RUSSELL, GEORGE BLAINE B.A.
Arnold Air Society, Dean's list 1 time, Young Republicans,
treasurer, International Relations Club, Varsity baseball.
SANDERS, CARLOS R.
SATIN, MAURICE S.
SCALES, WILLIAM D. B.A.
Dean's list 4 times, Newman Club, S.N.E.A., Math Club, Lamb-
da Chi Alpha, Musical Madness, Union House Committee.
SCHEIDLER, THOMAS CHARLES B.A.
Letls Pause for a oment of Silence for
SCHMIDT, SANDRA S.
SCHNARR, RICHARD L.
SCHNEIDER, JAMES C.
SCHUTTE, CAROL JEAN B.A.
Kappa Chi, S.N.E.A., National Collegiate Association of Sec-
retaries, College Theater, house committee, M.S.M., Dorm cor-
ridor representative, Union Personnel and Publicity Committees.
SEXTON, JUDITH ELLEN B.S.
Dean's list 1 time, Angel Flight, information officer, secretary,
rush chairman, pledge trainer, E.C.A.N.S., M.S.M., Gamma
Delta, treasurer, Co-chairman of decorations committee for Mil-
itary Ball, Women's Recognition Dinner, Union House Commit-
SIEFERMAN, JANET E.
SIMMONS. RONALD GENE B.S.
Deanls list 1 time, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Intra-
murals, basketball, track, volleyball, softball.
SMITH, DONNA CAROL B.S.
Newman Club, house and social committees, Psychology Club,
Zeta Tau Alpha, pledge class president, secretary, president,
Musical Madness, Union Games Committee, vice-chairman,
Union Social Committee, core committee member, Intramurals.
SPENCE, SAMUEL LEWIS B.A.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, treasurer, president, outstanding pledge,
Blue Key, Dean's list l time, S.N.E.A., Phi Mu Alpha Dance
Band, Jazz Ensemble, Marching Band, Concert Band, Brass En-
STAMLER, BRIAN R. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Pep Club, Musical Madness, Hughes Hall,
historian, steering committee, Intramurals.
STANDLEY, BARRY L. B.A.
Pi Delta Epsilon, president, Cfescent, photographer, Editor,
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STEWART, ARROL P.
STRATMAN, JUDI ANN B.A.
Dean's list 1 time: National Collegiate Association for Secretaries,
S.N.E.A., Alpha Omicron Pi, pledge class philanthropic chair-
man, rush committee, publicity and public relations, reporter to
Dragmag Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Union Dance and
Social Committees, Intramurals, Freshman Orientation Com-
mittee, OCA Shorthand Award and Pin.
STRAUB, JOAN B.A.
Deanis list 4 times, Alpha Lambda Delta, Newman Club, Union
STRICKLAND, VONDA FERN B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, treasurer, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Mu
Epsilon, Phi Beta Chi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Cap and Gown, presi-
dent, Dean's list 8 times, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship,
treasurer, prayer chairman, S.N.E.A., Franklin House, treas-
urer, Womens' Recognition Dinner, Student tutoring service.
SUTHERLAND, DAVID MAX B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Musical Madness, Pep Club, Hughes Hall,
secretary, Intramurals, Candidate for Bachelor of the Year.
TALIPS, CAROL LORRAINE B.A.
Kappa Pi, S.N.E.A.
TERRY, LAURA L.
TINDLE, LARRY CARL B.A.
Young Democrats, Lambda Chi Alpha, athletic chairman, Mus-
TODD, MICHAEL A.
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TRAPP, RAYMOND HOWARD B.A.
A.C.E., Sigma Phi Epsilon, athletic chairman, Musical Madness,
Vocal Varieties, Union Dance Committee.
TROUTMAN, PATRICIA LEE B.S.
E.C.A.N.S., M.S.M., program planning committee, Young Dem-
ocrats, Program committee for Indiana Association of Nursing
TUBBS, KAREN H,
TURNBLOOM. BRENDA G.
TUTTLE, RICHARD L.
UTLEY. MICHAEL KIRK B.A.
Arnold Air Society: Intramurals.
UTLEY, NANCY JO B.A.
Dean's list I time, W.R.A., president, Candidate for football
VANARSDALL, SANDRA ALICE B.S.
Deanis list 1 time, Angel Flight, Comptroller, chaplain, Alpha
Omicron Pi, door keeper, parliamentarian, vice-president, pledge
trainer, Vocal Varieties, Musical Madness, Union House Com-
mittee, Military Ball Queen, Homecoming Queen, Miss Armed
Forces Day Queen, Wornen's Recognition Dinner, Intramurals.
VANCE, BARBARA L.
VANCE, JANET E.
VANHOOSE, RICKY D.
VARNER, MRS. MARILYN ANN B.A.
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VINGIS, MARY JO B.A.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's list 1 time, Young Democrats,
W.R.A., Union Board, chairman of Games Committee, Moore
Hall Intramural Director, Intramurals, first place in swimming,
field, track, basketball.
WAGNER, JEAN DEZELAN B.S.
Dean's list 1 time, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart, Homecom-
ing queen candidate, Tau Kappa Epsilon National Sweetheart
candidate, Ball State University transfer, S.N.E.A.
WAKE, ROBERT D.
WALTON, JACQUELINE RAE B.S.
Dean's list 5 times, Cap and Gown, B.S.U., Bi Sci Club, Alpha
Omicron Pi, assistant suite manager, suite manager, assistant
rush chairman, scholarship award, Musical Madness, Vocal
Varieties, Union Publicity and House Committees.
WARGEL, ROBERT JOSEPH ' B.A.
Phi Beta Chi, Dean's list 3 times, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Newman
Club, chairman of house committee, American Chemical Society,
president, Union Dance Committee, Student tutoring service.
WARREN, HERMAN N.
WASHINGTON, BONNIE JANE B.S.
Dean's list 1 time, Angel Flight, area information officer, local
information officer, local deputy commander, Angel Flight drill
team, E.C.A.N.S., treasurer, Pep Club, Chi Omega, pledge class
president, assistant pledge trainer, Musical Madness, Vocal
Varieties, Womenls Council, secretary.
WATKINS, SAMUEL E.
WATSON, WAYNE E.
WELLEMEYER, MICHAEL L.
Musical Madness, Union Games Committee, Intramurals, swim-
ming, bowling, softball, basketball, football.
WERKING, RICHARD H.
Pi Gamma Mu, president, Blue Key, corresponding secretary,
Phi Kappa Phi, Deanls list 10 times, Young Democrats, co-
chairman, History Club, president, Sigma Phi Epsilon, vice-
president, pledge educator, Clifford Scholarship chairman, public
relations chairman, B. Scott Scholarship Key, most active broth-
er award, Musical Madness, Debate, Forensic Forum, Intra-
murals, Who's Who, Hal Burkhartt Award, Student Senate,
S.G.A., vice-president, Icebreaker Dance co-chairman, State
Legislature Intern Program.
WHITTEN, ANNA MAY B.A.
Dean's list 1 time, National Collegiate Association for Secretaries,
Young Democrats, S.N.E.A., M.S.M., Gamma Delta, Vocal
Varieties, Union Entertainment Committee, core committee mem-
WILEY, BLANCHE Z.
WILHELM, WARREN J. B.A.
Psi Chi, treasurer, president: Newman Club, Bi Sci Club: Psy-
chology Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, alumni chairman, publicity
committee, Ice Breaker Dance, chairman of publicity and chape-
WILL, CORNELIUS R.
WILLIAMS, MRS. MARY JANET B.A.
WILLIAMS, NANCY JO B.S.
WINGERT, SUSAN J.
WRIGHT. JOYCE A.
YONKO, BOBBIE JEAN B.S.
E.C.A.N.S.g freshman representative to executive board, corre-
sponding secretary, vice-presidentg Moore Hall, public relations
chairman, President of the South Indiana Association of Nursing
ZACHRITZ, KATHLEEN C.
ZIEMER, EDWARD B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilong Young Democrats, Newman Clubg Lambda
Chi Alpha, pledge trainer, chairman of United Fund drive: Mus-
ical Madnessg Master of Ceremonies for Homecoming Queen
contest, Union Publicity Committee.
ZIMMERMANN, ROBERT ERNEST
Pi Sigma Epsilon, president, Newman Clubg Lambda Chi Alpha,
Intramurals, football and paddleball.
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l.F.C. officers met to plan future business. QLeft to Rightj Jim Domina, secretaryg Ed Bradley,
vice presidentg Tom Cook, presidentg and Gary Jossa, treasurer.
". . . That the fraternity should promote conduct consistent with good morals and
good taste 5
That the fraternity should create an atmosphere which will stimulate sub-
stantial intellectual progress and superior intellectual achievementg
. .. That the objectives and activities of the fraternity should be in entire accord
with the aims and purposes of the institutions at which it has chapters."
Fraternity Criteria National Interfraternity Conference '49.
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The I.F.C. Council included representatives from all five Cook, Sig Epg Gary Jossa, TKEQ Mike Oliver, Lambda
fraternities. ISEATED Left to Rightj Dave Klingle, Chig KSTANDINGQ John O'Neil, Kappa Alpha Psig
SAEg Jim Domina, SAE5 Ed Bradley, Lambda Chig Tom and Will Campbell, Lambda Chi Alpha.
Interfraternity Council and
Sororities and Fraternities
NPC Officers discuss plans for next year's rush. Cleft to rightj Marilyn Mc
Cutchan, treasurerg Nancy Harmon, presidentg Darlene Harrison, vice-presi
"We, the Fraternity Women of America, stand for preparation for service through
the character building inspired in the close contact and deep friendship of fraternity
life. To us, fraternity life is not the enjoyment of special privileges but an opportunity
to prepare for wide and wise human service."
From the Panhellenic Creed
NPC Council-fSEATEDj Marilyn McCutchan, AOPig Robinson, Phi Mug KSTANDINGj Darlene Harrison,
Mrs. Schnakenburg, advisorg Ann Fisher, ChiOg Barbara Phi Mug Nancy Roser, AOPig Nancy Harmon, ChiO.
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The .-XOPi's chose an Old 1Nest theme for this years Homecomin
Queen Campaign. They roped a winner!
Diane De -Ionckheere
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Mary Anna Hull 1
AOPYS Win National
The Chi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was
chartered June 19, 1951 at Evansville College. The national
social sorority was founded January 2, 1897 at Barnard Col-
The Chi Lambda Chapter won the McCausland Cup for
the highest scholarship average among all AOPi chapters
at their biennial convention last summer. Miss Gail Mohr-
man was 1965 Homecoming Queen, Julie Walton was
named Miss United Fund, and Judy Taylor was elected
1965 May Queen.
The AOPi Sorority color is Cardinal, and the Hower is the
Jacqueminot Rose. The sorority's National Magazine is To
Dragma. Faculty advisor for the chapter is Mrs. Corian
Lundquist, Professor of home economics.
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University, 1897 Chi Lambda Chapter established
1951. President: Nancy Roser.
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her crowning as the 1965 Homecoming Queen.
Nancy Roser Ccenter, seatedl, President of Alpha Omicron P1
was aided by her ofhcers. CL to RJ Connie Doughty and Lana
Barnett, secretaries: Sandy Yan Arsdall, vice-presidentg and Bar-
bara Basham, treasurer.
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The Chi Epsilon Chapter of Chi Omega was installed at
Evansville College in 1951. Nationally, the sorority was
founded April 5. 1895, at the University of Arkansas.
Traditional events included a spaghetti supper, a trip
to a city orphanage. an Easter egg hunt for faculty chil-
dren. and a Spring Formal. In addition, each spring a So-
cial Science award is presented to a deserving senior wom-
The owl is a symbol of Chi Omega, the white Carnation
is the sorority flower, and the colors are cardinal and straw.
Mrs. Katherine Long. wife of Dr. Dean Long, is faculty ad-
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Betsy Ross was chosen first runnerup in the 1965 Miss
E.C. contest. She was also in the Homecoming Queen
Phi Mu was
Theta Sigma, a local sorority on the Evansville College Campus,
was chartered as the Delta- Lambda chapter of Phi Mu in 1952.
Traditions with the chapter include a Presentation Ball held
in honor of the fall pledge class, and a Spring Formal.
Phi Mu's take an active part in campus life. They have an of-
ficer in the Senior Class, Student Government, and hold four of
the nine positions on the Union Board. Phi Mu has two varsity
cheerleaders and members in Acettes.
The Pink Carnation is the Phi Mu flower, and the oflicial
colors are pink and white. Project Hope is the National Social Serv-
Dr. Wilma Shafer, associate professor of education is faculty ad-
visor for the chapter.
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rightj Barbara Robinson, presidentg Darlene Har- rector.
rison, rush chairmang Colleen Wedeking, treasurerg
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The Zetas entertain guests at their formal rush
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1898, at Longwood College in Farmville,
Virginia . . . 109 chapters.
Beta Sigma Omicron was nationally absorbed by Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority
on September 28, 1964, at Evansville College. Zeta Alpha chapter was the
fifth Zeta chapter to be installed in Indiana.
At state day the Zeta Alpha chapter won a trophy in the area of original
The Zeta's fall pledge class sponsored two girls at the Hillcrest Children's
Home as a social service project.
The sorority's colors are turquoise blue and steel gray. A Spring Formal
and Pledge Dance are traditional with the chapter.
Miss Ann Stuart of the English Department serves as the Zeta faculty
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Themis in the ZETA formal rush party skit.
The ZETA officers are Qleft to
right, Lynne Risell, Vice-Presi-
dent, Barb Hawkins, Ritual
Chairman, Donna Smith, Presi-
dent, and Shirley Biddinger,
Blanche Wiley, Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart, met with the officers of the fraternity.
The officers are KSTANDING left to rightl Walter Robinson, assistant secretary, Ter-
ry Atwater, chaplain, Sam Watkins, vice-president, John O'Neal, sergeant-at-arms,
ISEATEDj Herb Williams, secretary 5 and Anthony Brooks, president.
Rose Cole, the first Kappa Alpha Psi sweetheart,
was presented with a fraternity paddle at a
dance held by the Kappas.
Kappa Alpha Psi
Kappa Alpha Psi was founded at Indi-
ana University in Bloomington, Indiana
. . . 113 chapters.
In October of 1964, the Gaylords, a local club, became
a colony of Kappa Alpha Psi national fraternity. During
this colonization period, they were known as the Scrollers.
On April 3, 1965, the Scrollers became chartered mem-
bers of Kappa Alpha Psi.
Annually, Kappa Alpha Psi sponsors the "Megatons of
Funl' dance. They also have a Sweetheart Dance and a
Spring Formal each year.
As a service to the public, Kappa Alpha Psi sponsors the
Guide Right Movement, to help students interested in
different Fields of study.
The Kappa's have two members, Herb Williams and
Sam Watkins, on the Evansville College basketball team.
Blanche Wiley reigns as Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart.
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November 19, 1955, Phi Zeta social club
of Evansville College became a colony of
Lambda Chi Alpha. Phi Zeta became the
Iota Mu chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha on
November 17, 1956.
The local chapter has won the Big 39
Bicycle Race for three consecutive years.
Lambda Chi has also won first place in the
judging of homecoming displays for the
past three years. Each fall, the Chi's spon-
sor the Watermelon Bust, an all-campus
dance. This year, Sue Schelosky reigned as
Miss Watermelon Bust.
The chapter has ranked first in schol-
arship among E.C.'s fraternities during the
past three years.
Dean Robert Wilson is faculty advisor for
Dean Robert Wilson
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The Lambda Chi Oflicers and their Sweetheart reviewed the events of the year in
the scrapbook. The oflicers are ISTANDING, left to rightj Bob Cook, pledge
trainer, Ed Bradley, social chairman, Bill Carr, ritualistic chairman, Virgil Van-
dever, rush chairman, KSEATEDQ Jim Browning, president, Terry Hartmen, sec-
retary, Marty Endress, Sweetheart, Don Vann, treasurer, and Nick Haan, vice
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1909, at Boston College in Boston, Mass
. . . 158 chapters.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon founded March
9, 1856, at the University of Alabama,
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 147 chapters.
The Indiana Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha
Epsilon was chartered on the Evansville College
campus December 15, 1957.
When SAE chartered the Pi Epsilon Phi local
fraternity at Evansville College it absorbed not
only one of the oldest local fraternities in Ameri-
ca, but the oldest local group ever granted a char-
ter by Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
The purchase of an additional house during the
summer of 1965 was the first step in the develop-
ment program now underway by the SAE's.
At their National Convention in Atlanta,
Georgia, the Evansville chapter was a top con-
tender for the Most Improved Scholarship Award.
They were in competition with 146 other chapters
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Traditions with the chapter include the Moth-
er's Day weekend and Casino Party.
The fraternity colors are gold and violet, and
the official flower is the violet. Mr. Millard Pace
is the chapter advisor.
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Carol Blackburn, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart, posed with the chap-
ter oH'icers. KSTANDING left to rightj John Shatzer, secretary, John
Johnston, chroniclerg Dale Miller, president, Earl McCurdy, treasurer
Doug Nelson, warden, Steve Dinnsen, corresponding secretary, KKNEEL-
INGQ jim Kissling, house chairman, Carol, and Carl Ritzel
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
SAE's football team gathers around intramural trophy.
The SAE's sponsored a Playboy Party complete with
The Sig Ep officers showed their Sweetheart, Rosie Buchenberger, the fraternity
trophies. The officers are Cleft to rightl Tom Cook, vice-president, Jim Kohlmeyer,
secretary, Fred Barton, recorder, John Kimm, controller, and Dale Hennessey,
In October of 1954, a group of college men
formed the local organization of Sigma Ep-
silon. March 12, 1955, they became a char-
tered member of Sigma Phi Epsilon national
fraternity. Sig Ep ranks third nationally in
number of chapters.
The men of Sigma Phi Epsilon have won
the James E. Morlock Community Service
Award for the past two years. They have also
won first place in men's competition in Musi-
cal Madness three times in the last four years.
A tradition at every Sig Ep house is a red
front door. The violet and the American
Beauty Rose are the fraternity's flowers. The
official colors are purple and red. Dr. Ralph
Coleman, professor of mathematics, is faculty
advisor to the chapter.
Sigma Phi Epsilon founded November
1, 1901 at Richmond College in Rich-
au appa Epsilon
The TKE officers, gathered in the living room of sen, vice-presidentg jerry Linzy, presidentg and Gary
their house are Cleft to rightj Waverly Eakins, Konsler, treasurer.
pledge trainerg Gary Jossa, historiang Steve George-
The Zeta Beta chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was char-
tered on May 25, 1957, thus giving Evansville College
its third national fraternity.
The TKE chapter here has been revamped and reor-
ganized by a succession of forceful leaders to take its place
in the chain of a strong national organization.
The purchase of a Monticello style home in the spring
of 1965 highlighted the T KE's calendar school year. The
Tekes are presently the only greek organization on campus
able to accommodate all of its members with housing.
The Tekes sponsor an all-campus lawn party each year
in the fall, and close the year with their Red Carnation
The red Carnation is the official fraternity flower, and
the colors are cherry and gray.
Mr. Burk Harl serves as the TKE faculty advisor.
Tau Kappa Epsilon founded January,
1899, at Illinois Wesleyan University,
Bloomington, Illinois 212 chapters.
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AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY is open to
all chemistry majors on campus. The group holds
monthly meetings with special speakers, Films, or plant
tours. They participate in the Chemistry Contest and
the Science Fair.
SITTING: Cary Hillenbrand, Dr. Philip Kinsey, and Bar-
bara Kolb. STANDING: Susie Mitchell, Ronald Phillips,
Robert Wargel and Judy Decker.
WHO'S WHO in American Colleges and Universities
is composed of 34 Evansville College students from the
junior and senior classes. Their selection is made by the
faculty and administration each fall and those selected
are judged on scholarship, leadership, and service to
SITTING are: Nancy Harmon, Kendra Beesley, Ann Kinnaird,
Bobbye Clary, Sharon Ross, Sandra Van Arsdall, Barbara Basham,
Marilyn MeCutchan, Judi Keneipp, Helen Caradine, Nancy
Roser, Lula Fuchs. STANDING are: Janis Bierod, Marcia Mel-
vin, Ann Fisher, Winston Evans, Steve Bosse, Doug Henry, Dale
Hennessey, Jim Browning, Dick Werking, Jerry Linzy, Gary
Bayer, Anne Pampe, Diane McCarty and Louise Anderson.
Sigma Pi Sigma
A professional society for physicists. SIGMA PI
SIGMA is open to faculty members, junior, and senior
physics majors with 30 hours of physics courses with a
3.0 or above average.
The organization is instrumental in providing advanced
students in physics with an opportunity to meet and be-
come acquainted with members of the faculty and guest
speakers. The only national physics honor society, Sig-
ma Pi Sigma was established at EC in the spring of
SITTING: Kelly G. Miles, Barbara Basham, Bung-Chung Lee,
and Chia-chuan Lee. STANDING: Bill Sheckfee, Charles
Higdon, Norman Richards, Gordon Hurst and Frank DiGesual-
ap and Gown
SITTING are: Ann Fisher, Julie Walton, Judy Decker, and Garo-
lyn Bentley. STANDING are: Mary Anna Hull, Diane McCarty
Ann Kinnaird, Nancy Roser, and Barbara Basham.
SITTING are: Dr. Virgil Bailey, Dr. Clarence Buesking, and Dr
Nicholas Brown. STANDING are: Ron Giles, Fritz Kiechle, Jim
Jansen, Terry Ising, Grover Cleveland, and Dick Werking.
Ushering and serving at various college activities, and
sponsoring panels and discussions on various subjects of in-
terest to women on campus are some of the activities of
GAP AND GOWN, scholastic honorary for senior women.
Selection is made by unanimous vote of the outgoing chap-
ter, and members must have a 3.3 cumulative average to
BLUE KEY honor fraternity stresses service to the col-
lege as the primary goal of this scholastic honorary for
men. Each year Blue Key members participate in campus
tours, freshman orientation week, and sponsor a Blue Key
Sunrise Dance in the spring. All prospective members must
have a 3.0 cumulative average and must demonstrate their
willingness to serve the college through their active partici-
pation in campus activities and organizations.
SITTING are: Georgianna fPetej Bland, Anne Pampe, Linda
Uncles, Mary Bartelt, Marla Miller, jeannene Seeger, and Jean
Coyle. STANDING are: Mike Anderson, Doug Henry, Barry
lpha si mega
SITTING are: Cindy Doty, Jim Yeiser, Milt Butterworth, Cherie
Meyer and Jim Pope. STANDING are: Mr. John David Lutz,
Rick Cohn, Ormin Brown, Mr. Dudley Thomas, and Mr. Sam
Standley, Scott Hill, Lloyd Shaffer, Dale Miller, Jennifer Jones,
Pi Delta Epsilon
PI DELTA EPSILON, a national honorary collegiate
journalism fraternity, seeks to establish a code of ethics
among the staffs of the college publications.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA, national dramatics honorary, was
organized on the Evansville College Campus in 1955. There
are twelve active members and four pledges. To be eligi-
ble, a person must have the required number of points, be
a junior, and receive the majority of votes of the active
chapter. During the year Alpha Psi Omega sponsors one-
act plays and dramatic readings.
Pi Gamma u
Phi Beta Chi members
SITTING are: Dr.
Phillip Kinsey, Barbara
Basham, Judy Decker,
Mr. Louis Winternheim-
er. STANDING are:
Mr. William Hartsaw,
Robert Wargel, Dr.
Charles Robertson, Dr.
Ralph Coleman, and
Mr. Ed Susat.
Pi Gamma Mu members SITTING are: Grover Cleve-
land and Dick W'erking. STANDING are: Dr. Vivien
Maves. Mr. Arthur Aarstad, and Dr. James Morlock.
PHI BETA CHI is a natural science
honorary originated at EG in 1932. To be
considered for membership a student
must earn "A" credits in at least one-half
of his major field, and an average of "Bn
or better in all related fields.
PI GAMMA MU is a national honorary
organization of social science.' Students
are elected to membership after having
been nominated by faculty members from
the social science divisions of the college
with 90 quarter hours, thirty hours in so-
cial science, a UB" average with twelve
hours of "Aw grade.
Founded nationally in 1924, the Alpha
chapter of Indiana Pi Gamma Mu was or-
ganized on June 6, 1929.
PI SIGMA EPSILON, national profes-
sional fraternity in marketing, sales mana-
gement and selling, strives to promote, en-
courage, and stimulate an interest in pro-
fessional careers in business for its mem-
i Sigma Epsilon
SITTING are Jack Hockman, Dean Long, Clifford Stone, Wayne Seifert, Dave Todd, Allan Adams, Larry Miller, Ed Zie
Brad Fleig Robert Zimmermann, President, Stephen Edmond- mer, Jim Kellerman, Max Sutherland, William Wesselman
son S Michael Groomer, Gary Fuquay, Brian Stamler. and John Abell, Tim Mooney, Jay King, Wayne Watson, and Dale
Pete Golightly STANDING are: Dave Bower, Sam Stiles, Miller.
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SITTING are: Connie Doughty and Joyce Charles Johnson Warren W1lhelm Peter Morri
White. STANDING are: Maurice Satin D son Stephen Strange and Dr Delbert Sampson
PSI CHI is a national honorary in psychol-
ogy. To join, one must be a psychology ma-
jor or minor and must exhibit high standards
of personal behavior and academic require-
ments. Formed on campus in 1964, Dr. Del-
bert Sampson serves as faculty advisor.
ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD is com-
posed of the Student Government oflicers
and school administration in hopes of coor-
dinating campus activities and faculty-stu-
dent relationships. Eligibility for membership
in ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA, scholastic
honorary society, is fulfilled by attaining a
3.5 average while carrying 15 hours or more
for any one quarter during the freshman year.
As active members, the sophomores' purpose
is to promote scholarship. Mrs. Luise
Schnakenburg, Dean of Women, was initiated
as an honorary member last fall.
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SITTING are: Jerry Linzy, Judi Keneipp, Kendra Beesley, Doug Nelson, and Dick Werk-
ing. STANDING are: Dr. Robert Wilson, Mrs. Louise Schnakenburg, Dr. James Morlock
and Dr. Nicholas Brown.
ROW I: Sue Williams, Anne Hodapp, Marilyn
May, Sherry Elzer, Karen Doerner, Suzanne Wil-
son, Pam Vaught. ROW 2: Ruth Barr, Barbara
Wright, Rita Lawrence, Nancy Jordan, Emma Lee
Robinson, Robynn Schlundt, April Knaebel, Judy
Voris, Jean Labhart, Brenda Knowles. ROW 3:
Nancy Winternheimer, Carol Richardson, Linda
Kay Clark, Anna Mae Ballard, Diane Lynn Kis-
sel, Pamela Oldham, Patricia Guest, Barbara Per-
kins, Marcia Legg, Joyce Fortenberry.
Angel Flight pledges SITTING are: Nancy Jordan, Pat Vote, Gayle Goebel, Mary Hunt, Jan Paschal, Terry Reutter, Donna
Gayle Grim, Sandy Sharpe, Delia Bigger, Marilyn Glaess, Jeri Boyd, Marilyn Labhart, Betsy Ross, Donna Preh, Pat Dissette, and
Boyd, and Marilee Buchenberger. STANDING are: Diane Dixon, Martha Zorn.
Angel Flight SITTING are: Connie Hughey, Barbara Cole, Mari-
lyn May, Judy Sexton. Mary A. Hull, Kendra Beesley, Jan Bierod
Sara Cook, Barbara DeFrehn, Sharon Ross, and Monzelle Zaick
STANDING: Gayla Dame, Rosie Buchenberger, Ramona Kiefer,
Sandy Tychsen, Lana Barnett, Bonnie Washington, Nancy Har-
mon, Bobbye Clary, Helen Caradine, Sandy Van Arsdall, Pam
Celania, Diane Dejonckheere, Mary Koch, Peggy Ferriel, Pat De-
Priest, and Cherie Meyer.
Arnold Air Society SEATED: Marcus Sherrill, Thomas Wil-
motte Blaine Russell, Steve Bosse, Thomas Reasor, Vernon
Mann Richard Shrader, Joseph Corfield, Jr. STANDING: Ernie
Wilson, Scott Baumgartner, Steve Cook, Fred Barton, Oren Wil
helm, Charles Bleckmann, Michael Renner, Stephen Cook Ron
alcl Stewart, Roy Shrote.
rnold ir Society
As an auxiliary unit of the ROTC, Angel Flight
serves to further the cause of the U.S. Air Force
by promoting interest in the ROTC program on
campus. Assisting in fall registration, campus tours,
Dad's Day dinner, Baccalaureate and Commence-
ment exercises are some of the many ways Angel
Flight members serve Evansville College. This fall
twenty-one girls were pledged by the Angels from
over two hundred applications.
Arnold Air Society is composed of thirty-four
men who have done outstanding work in the
During the campus year the Arnold Air Society
sponsors the annual Military Ball and cooperates in
social activities with Angel Flight.
To become a member, all candidates must be
in good standing in RCTC, to be regularly enrolled
students, have a cumulative grade point average
of 2.25 in all college subjects, have an average of
2.5 in RCTC subjects, and be nominated for mem-
bership by an active member and approved by a
live-sixth vote of the active members. Those not
pictured are Jim Browning, James Domina, Joseph
Gore, Harvey Kiesel, Larry Stolz, Larry Arnold,
Steve Crum, Winston Evans, Gary Fuquay, Charles
Given, Steve Kiesel, Bill Kock, Gary McDowell,
Dave Reuber, and Ernie Wilson.
Sigma Alpha Iota members SEATED are: Linda Thomson, Car-
ol Gerkin, Helen Koertge, Sherry Elzer, Pat Pennington, Paula
Hunsicker, Glenda Purcell, Angela Feigel, Barbara Wright, Ruth
Ann Ritchie and Marce Bradley. STANDING are: June Wiggens,
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA is a national music
honorary for women music majors or minors who
have a 2.5 grade point average for the quarter pre-
ceding pledging and who have auditioned before
the active chapter. Each year the organization pre-
sents monthly musical and co-operates in an all-
Officers this year are Louise Anderson, presi-
dent, Dianne McCarty, vice-president, Mary Tim-
pe, secretary, and Lula M. Fuchs, chaplain. Mrs.
Margaret Shepard and Mrs. Wilma Baumhofer are
Donna McElderry, Lynn Hegenseiker, Linda Boyte, Darlen Sul-
livan, Mary Ellen Timpe, Lula Fuchs, Dianne McCarty, Louise
Anderson, Sue Williams, Joy jackson, Marilyn Lewis, Diane Su-
therlin, Mary Zuber, Jan Thornton, Laura Hayes.
the faculty advisors for Sigma Alpha Iota.
PHI MU ALPHA is the national music hon-
orary for men. Performing at local dances, giving
recitals of American music, and ushering for cam-
pus recitals are some of their many functions on
To become a member, students must show an
interest in music, a 2.5 cumulative grade point aver-
age of 2.5 for the quarter preceding initiation.
Mr. Wesley Shepard is the faculty advisor of Phi
Sigma Alpha Iota
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Phi Mu Alpha SEATED: Steve Bell, Jerry Owen, Sam Spence, Steve Cooksey, Randy Athey,
Terry Beasley. STANDING: Randall DeBord, Larry Eifler, Robert Conaway, Michael Mc-
Laughlin, Gary Miles, Curt Wambach, Tom Carroll, Gorden Stien.
CAMPUS LEADERS are ROW I Gayla Dame and Barbara
Robinson. ROW 2 Anne Pampe, Kay Hawk, Debra Lyles, Nancy
Newkirk, Helen Caradine, Barbara Line, and Nancy Roser. ROW
3 Winston Evans, Mike Todd, Jim Wooten, and Steve Bosse. Fred
Barton, Ann Fisher, Nancy Harmon, Rand Ihle and Jerry Linzy
were not present for the picture.
Each Spring the faculty of Evansville College
selects whose seniors who have demonstrated
leadership and scholarship for membership in Cam-
pus Leaders and Campus Notables.
To be nominated as a Notable a student must
have maintained a 3.00 average for the four quar-
ters preceding election and must have shown
leadership in at least one activity. Campus Lead-
ers must have maintained at least a 2.5 average
for the four quarters preceding their election and
have displayed leadership qualities as a member
of various campus organizations.
CAMPUS NOTABLES are ROW I Judi Keneipp, Kendra Arsdall and Grover Cleveland. Doug Henry and Robert Oster
Beesley, Marilyn McCutchan and Carolyn Bentley. ROW 2 meier were not present for the picture.
Sharon Ross, Bonnie Washington, Dick Werking, Sandra Van-
SITTING are: Dr. Orville Jaebker, Dr. Nicholas Brown, Dr.
Virginia Grabill, Nancy Roser, Dick Werking, Dr. Melvin
W. Hyde, Dr. Charles Robertson and Mr. Arthur Aarstad.
STANDING are: Dr. Lowell Weller, Dr. Marvin Hartig, Dr.
Phi Kappa Phi
Each spring quarter new members are elected and ini-
tiated into PHI KAPPA PHI, national all-college honorary.
The main purpose of the honorary is to honor the College's
highest ranking students. It differs from all other honor
societies chieHy in the fact that it is open to all student
and faculty members in any department. The local chapter
of Phi Kappa Phi was established at EC in the spring of
Thomas Harding, Dr. Ralph Coleman, Dr. Kelly Miles, Dr.
Clarence Buesking, Dr. Vivien Maves, Dr. Philip Kinsey, Dr.
Virgil Bailey and Dr. James Morlock.
KAPPA PI art honorary is open to all art majors or
minors or to any student who is interested in art and has
a B average in all art courses. Each year the Beta Xi
chapter of Kappa Pi sponsors the annual clothes line art
sale, a homecoming display, and art Elms on campus.
Kappa Pi members SITTING are: Donna Lochmueller, Mr. Leslie Miley, sponsor, Kay Anne Robertson, Barry
Ed Miller, Jeanne Sexson, James Goodridge, President, Britton, Nancy Ensinger, Randalyn Houchin, Teresa
Linda Waren, Bonnie Koch, Barbara Criswell, Karen Markley, Sally Westfall, Linda Ross and Janice Miller.
Kraft, Gail Steiner, and Steve Ritzel. STANDING are:
SEATED: Judi Keneipp, Delegate-at-large, Kendra Beesley, Secretary. ROW 2: Doug Nel-
son, Treasurer, Dick Werking, Vice President, Jerry Linzy, President.
The Student Government Association CSGAQ oflicers,
elected each spring quarter, represent the students in the
Student-Faculty Federation. After game dances and the
selling of used student text books are some of SGA,s year
round activities. This year a letter, signed by students,
which was sent to basketball player Gary McClary, was
sponsored by the Association, SGA also undertook to
send Christmas cards to local men in the Armed Forces
who are stationed in Vietnam.
The Student Senate is formed by the SGA officers and
the class officers. The class officers serve in an advisory
capacity to the SGA officers and together they formulate
student policy to be presented to the Administration.
The Union Board is made up of the nine students who
are the chairmen of the Union Committees. They are:
Pete Bland, Finance, Ann Kinnaird, House, Ann Fisher,
Publicity, Gordon Stien, Fine Arts, Romona Kiefer, Per-
sonnel, Judi Keniepp, Dance, Louise Land, Entertainment,
Pam Brown, Games, Vicki Hay, Social. These students are
elected chairmen of their committees on the basis of the
service they have given in the past to their committees.
SEATED Georgxanna CPetej Bland Judi Kenelpp Doug Henry Dale Hennessey, D1ck
Werkmg ROW 2 Juha Low Dan Schellhase Nancy Roser Kendra Beesley, Marcia Welle
Pam Brown. ROW
Senior Class Oifticersz Dale Hennessey, Vice Presidentg Nancy Roser, Secretaryg Doug Henry,
Presidentg Georgianna CPetej Bland, Treasurer.
lass flicers, Elected Each Fall, Act as
Junior Class Officers: Jim Browning, Presidentg Pat Depriest, Secretaryg Julia Low, Treas-
Herb Williams, Vice President
Sophomore Class Officers: Connie Cartwright, Treasurerg Mike Harper, Vice Presidentg
Nancy Jordan, Secretaryg Danny Schellhase, President.
Class Representatives to Student Senate
Freshmen Class Ofticersz SEATED: Judy Plymate, Vice Presidentg Jean Labhart, Treas
urer. STANDING: Marcia Wellemeyer, Secretaryg Barry Allred, President.
1 Crescent Editors
SPRING AND FALL EDITORS: Tom Dunnving, Campus
Editor, Anne Pampe, Managing Editor, Doug Henry, Editor.
FALL AND WINTER SPORTS WINTER EDITORS:-Steve Dinnsen, Campus Editor, Barry Standley,
EDITOR: Scott Hill. Editorg Jean Coyle, Managing Editor.
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CRESCENT STAFF SEATED: Linda Perigo, Busi- Morey, Tom Clinton, Steve Dinnsen, Julia Low, Marla
ness Manager, Jean Coyle, Linda Uncles, Jennifer Miller, Donna Powers, Dale Miller, Karyl Kleitz, Mike
Jones, Michelle fMikej Anderson. STANDING: Graham Mathias.
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EDITOR: Georgianna CPetej Bland
MANAGING EDITOR and Business Manager: Nor
Mrs. Jean Young, Faculty Advisor.
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L1nC STAFF SEATED Mlchelle fM1kej Ander- Barry Standley, Jean Coyle, Steve Dinnsen Jenmfer
son Karen Allen Lmda Uncles Donna. Powers. Jones, Susan Hession.
STANDING Jeannene Seeger Glenda Clayton,
ROW I: Doris White, Mr. George Klinger, Faculty Advisor, Rudy Ennis. SEATED: Vella Johnson. STAND-
STANDING: Ed Yarbrough, Gerald Berry, Bob Harmon, John Story, Gary ING: Steve Crum.
SEATED: Mary Toy, Leslie Goettel, Leayne Silver-
man, Chris Taylor, Mary Robinson, Patti Brooks,
Mary Ann Ward, Linda Lancaster. ROW 2: Sylvia
Nenneker, Kay Anne Robertson, Blaine Russel,
Roger Lochrnueller, Charles Cook Jr., Layne
Watson, Hank Walker III, Paula Powell, Mary Ash-
burn Koch. ROW 3: Mark Harrison, Dick Henry,
Fouad Roufeh, Wes Knipe, Secretary-Treasurer,
Hardin Rathgeber, Vice President, Rodwell Gwin-
jai Masvikeni, Paul J. Niemeier, President, Thomas
C. Fiddick, Faculty Advisor. V
ROW'I: Joy Sisk, Linda Hayward, Vella Johnson, Mike Pullin
Tom Morgan, Nira Zuroske, Mary Carol Ritz, Ormin Brown
ROW 2: Linda Ciszek, Myrna Lane, Vickie York, Lisa Ritz
Mary Pfender, Steven Bayer, Gail Doyle, Jack Duarte. ROW 3:
Mr. Sam Smiley, Barry Dubuque, Pamela Keith, Paula Powell
Jack Schriber, Catherine Schmidt, Happy Sachse, Ron Glass
STANDING: Sue Caylor, Bonnie Washington,
Sue Roell. SEATED: Carol Vaught, Barbara
Cole, Sue Blaine.
John David Lutz. ROW 4: Gary Bayer, Dudley Thomas, Mar-
cia Bennett, Rand Ihle, Margaret Harry, Julie Gerard, Jane
Thompson, Sharon Overman, Cindy Doty. ROW 5: Jerrell
Freeman, Skip Borre, Jica Allen, Larry McCourt, Milt Butter-
worth, E. K. Moore, Dave Emge, Marilyn Noah, Linda Lavey.
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SEATED: Debbie Milner, Ann Kemp, Carol Eric Matthiesen, Herb Jensen, Miss Sandra
Hadley, Barbara Wright, Susan Kleinschrnidt, O'Connell, Director, Webb Gaskins, David Feltt-
Sandi Tychsen. STANDING: John Boggess, ner, Bill Baus.
ROW I: Tom Morgan, Vice President, Graham Morey, Layson, Douglas Nelson. ROW 3: Steve R. Dinnsen,
President, C. Roy Minton Jr., Treasurer. ROW 2: Pete Golightly, Randy Rohlfer, Rick Sander, Dave
Chester Fenwick, Dale Miller, Stephen Johnson, Bob Pierce.
STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION SEATED:
Barbara Jo Kolb, Secretary, Barbara J, Line, President. STANDING:
Steve E. Crum, Susan H. Shackelford.
AMERICAN CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SEATED: Sharon
Ross, Treasurer, Jeannie Jones, Susan Roell, Secretary, Vicki
Hay, Vice President, Peggy Ellerbrook, President, Mary Bartelt,
Phyllis Robinson, Nancy Roser. STANDING: Barbara LaPlante,
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Edmondson, Mary Esther Hornick, Shirley Biddinger, Jane Ann
Bauman, Barbara Hawkins.
METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT ROW
I: Jan Bierod, Ruth Ann Ritchie, Garol Schutte,
Sue Prevo. Judy Jones, Linda Jamison, Marilyn Ken-
dall. Kay Garrett, Betsy Owen, Sharon Bartlett.
ROW 2: Sheryl Fell, Secretary, Mary Esther Hor-
nick, Ellen Eichel, Richard A. Johnson, Martha Rec-
ord, Patricia Shannon, Floyd Alexander, Becky
Hanselman, Bobbie Yonko, Nancy Harmon. ROW 3:
William Smead, Kent Williams, Dean Fager, Karen
Jensen, Lorenzo, Murdaugh, Vice President, Scott
Gates, Norman Rinker, Patty Troutman, Wayne
Goodman, Robert L. Ostermeier, President.
Religious Organizations Provide
KAPPA CHI SEATED: Pam Ashworth, Sheryl Fell,
Secretary, Kay Garrett, Betsy Owen, Carol Schutte, Judy
Jones, Treasurer, Kathy Williamson. STANDING:
Dean Fager, Richard A. Johnson, Don L. Walters, Nor-
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Wesley Rademacher, Vice President Brent W Landis
Robert Ostermeier, john Hall President
INTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP SEATED: Ramey, Kent Williams, Vonda Strickland, Nancy Montgomery,
Nancy Newkirk, Steve Schrader, Marilyn May, Barney Ford. Sandy Gumm, Kathy Kirtley.
STANDING: Judy Jones, Gayle Swain, Marilyn Shain, Shirley
Spiritual Activities for Students
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION SEATED: Mar- Steve Cook, Vice President, Gynelle Riley, Mary
tha Targgart, Emma Lee Robinson, Secretary, Lin- Ann Owensby, Gayle Champion, Ida McDowell,
da Faye Clark, Sharon West, Diane Hooper, Carol Phyllis Robinson.
Hadley. STANDING: John E. Boggess, President,
ROW I: Paul Ewing, John Pledger, Dave Cheaney,
President, Father Terrence Gerkin, Ray Martin, Sam
Stiles, Treasurer, Ruth Eflinger, Secretary, Martha
Peter, Carol Balcitis, Martha Zorn, Sharon Schutte,
Gwen Singer, Leslie Goettel, Mary Toy, Linda Weber,
Marian Tenbarge, Linda Thompson, Ken Macke, Cin-
dy Emge, Martha Willett, Susie Mitchell, Carol Taylor.
ROW 2: Bill Gray, Jerry Mattingly, Maria Carr,
ROW I: Sharon Schmitt, Judy Decker, Barbara Kolb, Ruth
Buesking, Jimmy Chambers. ROW 2: Jim French, Wayne
Zinn, Ron L. Giles, Larry J. Cox, Lindon Meyer, V. C. Bailey,
Sponsor, Gene Bennett, Secretary, Mike Groomer, Don Curlo-
Janet Trible, Tom Halbig, Marian Schnapf, Anne
Nord, Bob Hoefiinger, Phyllis Warren, Irvan Boeglin,
Mike Ehrhardt, Bill Kanowsky, Nancy Heck, Les-
lie Ford, Bob Schaffstein, Graham Morey, Terry Van
Bibber, Mike Wolf, Larry Eberhard, Alan Hungate,
Otto Hoffman, Dennis Thomas, Jane Macmillan, Paul
Jarboe, Charles Bunge.
dent, Fritz Kiechle.
vic, Faculty. ROW 3: David Sears, Ralph N. Coleman, Mi-
chael McCullough, Don King, Ron Emberton, Robert D.
Cundiff, James Jansen, Jack Troth, Hardin Rathgeber, Presi-
SEATED: Jeff Allard, Mary Anna Hull, Judith D. Ricketts, Jim Pickrell. STANDING:
Mark Meyers, Gary Meyer, Russ Edmondson, Torn Carmichael.
ROW I: James Mead, John Bennett, George Coyle, Diana Boylls, C. Hartsaw, Bill Sheckfee, Treasurer. ROW 3: Don Lisman,
Thomas L. Hewitt, Norman Richards, Don Hotz. ROW 2: Wayne Charles Hargis, Douglas Huston, Secretary, William R. Brooks,
F. Smith, Robert H. Petersen, John C. Ramey, Michael Todd, Larry Herron, Jerry Schmidt, F. E. Northern, President.
Vice President, Bob Layson, Michael K. Magruder, Joe Cook, W.
SEATED: Marie Adams, Phyllis LaFferty, Jane White-
house, Karlena Wallace, Anita Ruckman, Joy Hanna.
ROW 2: Mrs. Evelyn Pickrell, Donna Mackey, Charlotte
O'Reilly, Carolyn Bentley, Edwina jordan, Judy Strat-
man, Pam Ashworth, Marsha Jett. ROW 3: Don Bauer,
Sue Mitchell, Anna Whitten, Carol Schutte, Marla Mil-
ler, Pat Fuller.
Woman's Recreation Assoc
SEATED: Teresa Markley, President, Clara Curts, Gwendolyn Hatcher. STANDING: De
lores Bishmann, Secretary-Treasurer, Marcia Werle, Connie Shelton, Vice President, Donna
SEATED: James Schneider, Jan Bierod, Win Evans. STANDING: Dick Werk-
ing, Charles Daniels, Torn Thornton.
Independent ampus Association
SEATED: Linda Lancaster, Carol Schutte, Barbara Wim- President, Robert Simeres, John Hall, Treasurer, Richard A.
pelberg, Donna Weber, Patricia Shannon, Betsy Owen, Johnson, Jeffrey Day, Floyd Alexander, Kay Garrett, Mary-
Secretary, Gail Steiner. STANDING: Tom Morgan, Vice ann Wessel, Stephen Atherton, President.
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SEATED: Carol Balcitis, Anna May Whitten, Connie Collins, John Updike, Professor Arthur Aarstad,
Keith, Marilyn Kendall, Co-Chairman, Carolyn Bent- Wayne F. Smith, James Lantrip, Professor Ludwig
ley. STANDING: Dick Werking, Co-chairman, David Petkovsek.
ROW I: Melinda Harman, Sharon Stoneburner, Carol me, Mark Harrison. ROW 3: Blaine Russell, James
Zell, Donna Thorn, Pat Pennington. ROW 2: David Co- Schneider, Sandra Gander, Thomas Northenor, Lon
mer, Ed Dunn, Greg Barrett, Mary Scea, John M. Grim- Youngblood.
ROW I: Janet Wulff, Jean Lab-
hart, Sue Gustafsen, Ann Hodapp
Dorothy Birt. STANDING: Mar-
lene Cheek, Mary Ann Crocker,
Hazel Holder, Carolyn Wuster, Nan-
cy Winternheimer, Rita Barnett, and
Miss Deane McGurk, Faculty Ad-
SEATED: Ralph N. Raley, Bobby G. Carey, Bar
bara Eberhart, Audrita Mast, and Dr. Delbert Samp-
son, Faculty Advisor, STANDING: Maryann Egan
Connie Zehner, Sharon Myers, Jack Hockman.
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Charlie Salerno, Bob Wake, Donna Datzman, LinC. LinC.
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CORAL AYRES SEATED: Joyce Jackson, Cheryl
Walsh, Glenda Purcell, Sandra SirHendrey, Carol
Gerkin, Jane Jefford, Susan Cannon, Louise Ander-
son, Sara Butler. STANDING: Daniel Kinnaird, Ken-
neth Lewis, Jimmie Moore, Thomas Rueger, Richard
Holmes, Richard Wilson, Tyrone Bragg, Alan Alsop,
Michael Cannon, Dennis Dougherty, June Wiggins,
M usic Organzzations Feature
CLARINET CHOIR SEATED: Linda Hetrick, Marsha Rich- Randy Athey, David Feagans, Tom Russell, Larry Eifler,
ards, Nancy Nadler, Pam Haynes, Eva Jo Lanman, Diane Randy DeBond, Tommy Carroll, Dennis Dougherty.
Griese, Linda Thompson. STANDING: Kenneth Lewis,
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EVANSVILLE COLLEGE CHOIR ROW I, Right to left:
Linda Gilliam, Lois Bricker, Sandee Thompson, Margaret
Burden, Laura Hayes, Judy Cron, Ruth Ann Ritchie, Cynthia
Hudson, Diane Jump, Lois Hunt, Diane Sutherlin, Barbara
Wright, Barbara Hurst, Bonita Stisher, Louise Land, Mary
Timpe, Lynn Whittington, Robert Rapp, Director. ROW 2:
Sharon Bozell, Mary Erickson, Kathie Fenneman, Roberta
Sullivan, Mary Gottman, Linda Boyte, Patricia Pennington,
Helen Koertge, Glenda Purcell, Lula Mae Fuchs, Carol Ger-
kin, Mary Zuber, June Wiggins, Marilyn Lewis, Alice Augus-
tus, Paula Hunsicker, Patricia Somers. ROW 3: Cheryl Walsh,
Sandra SirHendrey, Jane lngleheart, Leslie Ford, William
Gray, Dan Kinnaird, Larry Rose, Thomas Rueger, john
Kidwelli, Jacques Linder, Rick Van Hoose, Dennis Dough-
ertyg Ralph Athey, Jane Jefford, Sue Williams, Anne Smead.
ROW 4: Marce Bradley, Joyce Jackson, Randal Cooksey,
Dennis Brink, W. Harold Lathom, Gary Plaford, Michael Mc-
Laughlin, Howard Blades, Waverly Eakins, J. William Keith,
Tyrone Bragg, Jack Beanblossom, David Stien, Diane Kissel,
Louise Anderson. A
Students In Campus Ana' iyf Programs
THE EVANSVILLE COLLEGE BAND directed by Mr. Kenley Inglefield appears at all
home games during the football season.
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kins, Michael Fox, Gary Miles, Lula Mae Fuchs, David Inglefield, Conductor.
Schuble, August Block, and Jerry Owen. STANDING:
Engineering Co-Cp Students
ROW I: Dick Blandford, Larry Birchler, Patrick King Doane, Bullock, Steve Thomas, and Conley Crawford. Row 4: Mr.
James Blair, Albert A. Barnes, and Darrell L. Ash. ROW 2: Edward Susat, Faculty Advisor, Dan Daugherty, Terry Atwater,
Maurice Hahn, James Lemoin Woods, Stephen E. Schulz and Paul E. Funk, and Michael K. Church.
Larry C. Sollman. ROW 3: Urey Miller, Jerry Wilson, Benton
SEATED: Jan Abbott, Karen Allen, Ginger Summers, Ann Wallace, Sally Eaton, Karen Nor-
ris, Peggy Ferriel, Connie Zehner, Barbara Vance. STANDING: Carol Sue Blackburn, Anita
Ruckman, Jan Paschal, Kay Crause, Rita Hardy, Karen Lippoldt, Carol Nunn, Suzanne Hewitt,
Judy Plymate, April Knaebal, Diane Dejonckheere, Libby White, Barbara Helfrich, Marilyn
Noah, Pam Brown.
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Dorm life is a new experience for most college students.
It is the beginning of individual responsibility, a part of
the process of maturing in college. At Evansville College,
students learn to share, to live with others cooperatively,
and to be responsible persons.
The six residence units are Moore Hall, women's dormi-
toryg Hughes Hall, men's dormitory, Bigney House and
Franklin House, women's apartments, and Hovda House
and Torbet House, menls apartments. In the dormitories,
there are two students to a room, in the apartments, four
or five to a room.
Resident Students Enjo
Campus and Dorm Life
Cindy Hudson and Mike McLaughlin return to Moore Hall after
Pictured above, left to right, Gordon Jaffray, Alan Hungate, and
Cindy Brown chat while waiting for the fourth member of their
This year, because of the increased number of out-of-town
students, some have lived in private homes in the com-
munity and others in the nurses' dormitory at St. Mary's
Hospital. F ifty-one student nurses live in alternate quarters
at the W elborn Hospital nurses' residence and at the Evans-
ville State Hospital.
All of the housing units participate in various campus
activities. Intramural sports and homecoming contests are
two such areas. Resident students this year havegsponsored
candidates for several contests. The candidates for Home-
coming Queen were Jan Bierod, Moore Hall, and Carolyn
Bentley, Franklin House. Bonnie Chase, Franklin House,
and Gina Voight, Moore Hall, ran for Basketball Queen.
Hughes Hall sponsored John Love as a candidate for Bache-
lor of the Year.
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At Bigney House, Glenda Clayton, left, dries dishes as Debbie Hooi-Chang Tan, a Bigney House resident from Malaysia
Cantrell finishes the supper plates. operates the residences' switchboard of the College Courts
while Glenda Clayton looks on.
Pictured below is a view of the College Courts apartments area, which faces South Weinbach
Pictured above is a wide-angle view of Moore Hall, womenls dorm.
oore Hall and Hughes Hall Boast Full
The most exciting part of Moore Hallls annual Halloween party
is the appearance of a black-shrouded phantom who roams the
dorm with her well-known crooked cane and unblinking glare.
Shown here is the witch, Louise Anderson, before her make-up
and costume are complete.
Oflicers of Bigney House were: Cheryl Mueller, presi-
dent, Judy Voris, vice president, Glenda Clayton, recording
secretary, Becky Hauselman, treasurer, and Jean B-inns
and Dixie Wood, wing representatives.
Connie Keith was president of Franklin House. She was
assisted by Winona Porter, vice president, Carol Cumming-
ham, recording secretary, Clara Curts, treasurer, Sarah
Yaggi, social chairman, and Louise Land and Dianne Mc-
Carty, wing representatives.
Presiding over Moore Hall residents was Ruth Ritchie.
Other ofhcers included Judy Zwayer, vice president, Bar-
bara Eberhart, secretary, Becky Conaway, treasurer, Karen
Norris, publicity chairman, Ellie Hayes, faith chairman,
and Judith Vosburgh, historian.
A Hughes Hall resident deliberates over tomorrow's problems in
Hovda House men elected Bryan Rathke president, Torn
Wolff vice president, and Jerry Owen recording secretary
Leading Torbet residents were Dick Martin, president,
Ed Miller, vice president, Phil Terman, recording secre-
tary, and Ed Wilhelm, treasurer.
Phil Kemp was chosen president of Hughes Hall, with
Frank Ballard, vice president, Max Sutherland, recording
secretary, and Brian Stamler, historian.
Houses-Two New Dorms on the Way
Facing Weinbach Ave., Hughes Hall houses more than 250 men who come from twenty-eight
states in the union.
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Pictured above, Moore Hall ground Hoor wings, left to right, are: Pat Shannon, Lynne Wer-
ner, Libby Hale, Elaine Porter.
Pictured below, Moore Hall first Hoor main section, left to right, Susan Larson, THIRD ROW, Gail Schilling, Martha Targgart
are: FIRST ROW, Pat Pennington, Jonnie Eccles, Nancy Mont- Carglyn Siveyt, Bev Alles, Linda D, Jamison, FOURTH ROW
gomery, Beth Ann Stephens: SECOND ROW, Candi Cresswell, Phyllis Kraushaar, Barbara Hurst, Connie Winings, Carol Gerkin
Linda Faye Clark, Sharon West, Beth Sheppard, Kathy Kirtley,
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wings, left to right, are: FIRST ROW, Glenda Lee Pur- Krentler, Jane Ann Bauman, Carol Werner Nancy Bor-
cell, Ruth Ann Ritchie, Mary Timpe, Chris Hawhee, den, Diane Marshall, Carol Schutteg FOURTH ROW:
Debbie Milner, Janet Schlosserg SECOND ROW, Mary Joy Reagan, Linda Hayward, Connie Stoeltiing, Jimmy
Jo Vingis, Marce Bradley, Michelle Prelepa, Susan Elder, Chambers, Sheila Tichenor, Karen Sneed.
Pictured below, Moore Hall second fioor main section, left to
right, are: FIRST ROW, Sharon Stoneburner, Judy Graham,
Saundra Campbell, Angela Feigel, Janice Hager, Jane Thomas,
Ellen Eichel, Jacqueline Sterle, SECOND ROW, Anne Hodapp,
Bobbie Joe Hertel, Joy Ashley, Dorothy Birt, Rita Barnett, Carolyn
Wuster, Betty Fisher, Martha Record, Jan Harmon, THIRD
ROW, Judy Wells, Carol Zell, Connie Seifert, Cinda Newman
Mary J. Overby, Marty Dugan, Ann Heath, Mary Ann Crocker
Mary Robinson: FOURTH ROW, Nancy Heck, Mickie Hirsch-
man, Karen Mullins, Midge Schultze, Donna Thorn, Pamela Old-
ham, Melinda Harman, Gwen Songer, Jane Hughey, Sue Gustafson
Pictured above is the site of the new men's residence hall, where construction has been going
on since the fall of 1965.
Pictured below, Moore Hall second Hoor north and south wings, Lois Ann Bricker, Katherine Fox, Linda Hanson, Donna Ramsey,
left to right, are: FIRST ROW, Diane Jump, Karen Anderson, FOURTH ROW, Louise Anderson, Phyllis Haines, Rebecca Cona-
Brenda Knowles, Jodi Leisure, Brenda Miller, SECOND ROW, way, Jo Ann Kramer, W. Jane Williams, Mary Esther Hornick, Jane
Karin Nelson, Rita Hardy, Marcia Werle, Phyllis Bray, Nancy Nad- Ellen Boultinghouse.
Ier, Jane Ellen Price, THIRD ROW, Patsy Ellis, Caroline Parker,
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are: FIRST ROW, Janice Hougland, Cathy Mann, Joanne Wasik,
Benna Ellis, Edwina Jordan, Shannon Clark, Betty Armstrong
Patti Brooks, SECOND ROW, Alice Smart, Judy Patterson,
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Neukam, Jan Thornton, Barbara Horst, Elaine Pearson, Sally
Mayfield, Marsha Richards, FOURTH ROW, Candi Cantrell,
Cindy Davis, Ann Kemp, Debby Davis, Suzanne Hewitt, Mar-
Karon Hegewald, Shirley Murdock, Susan Forsythe, Roxanna
Baldwin, Janet Taylor, Martha Praay, Linda Delaney, THIRD
garet Spaar, Karen Lynch, Diane Kissel, Pam Pearce, Carolyn
Roth, Ginny Kilby.
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Pictured above is an artist's conception of what the new men's of Weinbach Avenue. A women's dorm will be built in the same
dormitory will look like after completion in the fall of 1967. The style on Walnut Street.
residence hall, which will house 200 men, will face the drive off
Pictured above, Bigney House residents, left to right, son, Kay Hawk, Judy Vorisg THIRD ROW, Sheryl Fell,
are: FIRST ROW, Marcia Legg, Ginger Maze, Karen Sandy Paddick, Cheryle Mueller, Jay Jackson.
Simpson, Carol Mathews, SECOND ROW, Sara Adam-
Pictured below, Bigney House residents, left to right, Marcia Melvin, Tonna Keith, Carolyn Pickle, Rosalie
are: FIRST ROW, Karen Stockdale, Sue Prevo, Becky Rich, THIRD ROW, Susan Kaye Helkewa, Jayne Lank-
Young, Patty Jones, SECOND ROW, Susie Cannon, ford, Becky Hauselman, Gail Weil, Karen Jensen.
Pictured above, Moore Hall third Hoot north wing, left ROW, Judy Zwayer, Jane Jefford, Paula Trabelot, Carol
to right, are: FIRST ROW, Ann Wallace, Judi Vosburgh, Shoulders, Ellie Hayes.
Paula Hunsicker, Jan Bierod, Judy Plymateg SECOND
Pictured below, Moore Hall third floor south wing, left Mary Woodall, Sherry Rengers, Jean Haverkamp, Connie
to right, are: FIRST ROW, Linda K. Clark, Patti As- Nordan, Lois Schwartz.
kew, Dianne Wyrick, Linda Collinsg SECOND ROW,
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Pictured above, left to right, Joy Reagan, Joan Berry, Chris Hawhee, and Debbie Milner relax
while watching a television program in one of the Moore Hall lounges.
Pictured below, Bigney House residents, left to right, are: FIRST Virlee Fleck, Patricia Mayer, Glenda Clayton, Lumelia Baxter,
ROW, Bonita Knigga, Phyllis Wood, Deborah Cottrell, joan Kathryn Jane Long, Sharon Hart, Rebecca Spurling.
Cochrane, Lynn Junkel, jane K. Inglehartg SECOND ROW..
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Pictured above, left to right, Joan Berry sadly surveys her ironing task, while Debbie Milner
and Chris Hawhee discuss clothes-washing procedures.
Pictured below, Franklin House residents, left to right,
are: FIRST ROW, Marilyn Kendall, Linda Sanders,
Gail Haner, Barbara Winnett, Anita Jones, Linda Carr
SECOND ROIV, Carolyn Bentley, Clara Curts, Happy
Sachse, Darbey Jo Lutz, Martha Peter, Vonda Strickland,
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Pictured above, Franklin House residents, left to right, are: FIRST Rene Nichols, Connie Keith, Carol Balcitis, Sarah Louise Land
ROW, Pam Alvis, Carla Estes, Linda Staser, Janet Conrad, THIRD ROW, Anna May Whitten, Vicki Calvin, Jaynee Leach
Cynthia Forsythe, SECOND ROW, Lynda Koertge, Linda Cavins, Linda Thomson, Janice Mauck.
Pictured below, Alan Gumberts and Fred Barton wait at the desk while switchboard operator
Linda Jamison rings for their dates.
Pictured above, Dorothy Neyhouse and Tom Bowman enjoy a cozy chat in one of the dorm
Pictured below, Franklin House residents, left to right, are: FIRST Hacker, Carole Ricketts: THIRD ROW, Darlene Gottman, Dar
ROW, Nancy Jordan, Jane Russell, Judy Dudley, Helen Koertge, lene Sullivan, Mary Zuber, Lula Mae Fuchs, Diane Sutherlin
Dianne McCarty, Sue Williamsg SECOND ROW, jan Huff, Veronica Hsiung,Hooi-Cheng Tan.
Linda Thayer, Nansie Kelley, Jo Overby, Tanya Gulley, Linda
Pictured above, Hughes Hall ground floor north OND ROW, Dave Boring, Don Jordan, Scott Cates
and south wings, left to right, are: FIRST ROW, David Bardes, Hugh Martin.
Tom Kleinfeldt, Marty Wlilson, Bob Kincaid, SEC-
Pictured below, Hughes Hall first floor main section, Stephen Edmondson, Ron Embertong THIRD ROW,
left to right. are: FIRST ROVV, Dan Morris, Chip James Morrison, Michael Wellemeyer, Larry Prather,
Sanders, Richard Johnson, Thomas Mather, John Brian Stamler, Duffy Sharp, David Groves.
D. Hall, SECOND ROW, Jim Lovell, Charles Baute,
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Pictured above, Hughes Hall first floor north and lin Ballard, Dennis Avery, Paul David Meyers, Lar-
south wings, left to right, are: FIRST ROW, Ber- ry Rauscher, Dan Musselwhite, THIRD ROW, Chuck
nard Schrader, John Updike, Bob Pottinger, Lon Stagg, Ken Swenson, Howard Pratt, David Boots,
Youngblood, SECOND ROW, Dan Steinke, Frank- William McCall, Jackie Matthews.
Pictured below, Hughes Hall second Hoor main section,
left to right, are: FIRST ROW, Mike McCammon,
Winston Evans, Richard Kopp, Cornelius Epple, Eric
Linder, Dave Metz, SECOND ROW, Larry Tallman,
Russell Bentley, Jr., James E. Bastain, William R. Rich-
ard, Bill Silva, Doug Rains: THIRD ROW, Allen Studt
Tom Wilson, Harold Smith, Allen Holman, Ron Oz-
bolt, John Holdermang FOURTH ROW, Bob Howe
Joe DeFur, Doug Jaques, Dave Edwards, John Keilholz
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Pictured at right, Hughes Hall third Hoor main section,
left to right, are: FIRST ROW, Wayne Dersch, Thomas
Hewitt. Donald Townsend, Jon C. Rarney, Robert
Weaver, Gary C. Henning, Richard Lee Mangel, Harry
D. McKinstryg SECOND ROW, Arrol Stewart, Brent
Landis. Eddie Sullivan, Larry Enlow, Bernard Dick,
Larry Miller, Dale McKinley, Thomas Northenor, James
Helm: THIRD ROW, Don Lisman, Lawrence Winkler,
Bill Taylor, jim Moore, Connell Jones, Jerry Velders,
Barry F. Allred, Mike Oskins, Michael Kinnett.
Pictured at left, Hughes Hall second floor north and
south wings, left to right, are: FIRST ROW, Brute
Loveless, Steve Longden, Ronald Ayers, Tony Asher,
James L. Mead, Tim Hallg SECOND ROW, Steve Haines,
Fred Lloyd, John Love, Bruce Turner, Sam Stiles, Dean
Fager, Keith Smith, Sid Thrash: THIRD ROW, Dennis
Nutty, Norm Rinker, Richard Elliott, Glenn Lohn, Lon
Gilbert, John M. Gnimme, Mike Dinwiddieg FOURTH
ROW, Don Folke, Max Sutherland, Grover Cleveland,
Paul Ewing, Jeffrey Boxer, Randall DeBord.
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Pictured above, Hughes Hall third floor north and south
wings, left to right, are: FIRST ROW,, Terry Jones, Rob-
ert H. Petersen, Richard Roose, George Coyle, Chuck
Hustedtg SECOND, Bill Scherzinger, Herb Brown, Nor-
man Richards, Jack Troth, Ken Hollingsworth, Sam
Smallg THIRD, Bill Gatheridge, Garold Ashley, Gary
Schulte, Steve Sarles, John B. Brown, Jerry Nord, Ronald
Pictured below, residents of the ground floor and second floor, left to right, are: FIRST
ROW, Terry Otten, David Aston, Jimmie Butler: SECOND ROW, Doug Eyles, David
Comer, Joe Corfield, Jr., Carroll Ray Clark.
Q 1 4
Pictured above, Hovda House Hrst floor, are: FIRST ROW, left to right: Alan Kemp,
John Morrison, Scott Cummins, Jim Talaga, SECOND ROW, John Yates, Peter Morrison,
Lee Leinenbach, Keith Muller.
Pictured below, Torbet House, left to right, are: FIRST Hartley Kidd, Steve Naberhuis, Bill Simpson, Dick Martin
ROW, Terry Lidy, Allan Adams, Conley Crawford, Wesley Dave Smith.
Rademacher, Ed Millerg SECOND ROW, Alan Thiery,
Nltttlct K jr
.tliliott l.1nct K F1
Xliliott l,,t1'1'y R l'1
.X11e1l,ii.t1't YY jt
.X11el1. john 1' 11' . 131
.Xtlants .X11.111R Sr , 187,135
l1.t1't'c11 12 So , 59,56
K.trt'11S It 31,119,113
.Xtlanis M,tt'11'tI Sr 158
Ruliert W Nt
.Xt1.tn1so1t, john R N1 , 12-1
.1tl.t111so1t,N,11'.1j 1-1 . 170
B11ss,M.try 1. jr . 116
B.1st11111, j.t111esl'. lst' . 1143
B.ttc, l.i11tl.1 1-. Nr
B.1ue1',Do11.i111l'. S1 158
B.1u1n.tt1.j1t11e .X S1 153,173
B.tt1n1.tn,N1epl1c11L jr ,-15,124
Brtttmztnn Russt-ll 1. So
B1tu1t1g.tt't, Eugene F So
Bauntgitrl. ltmotliy I Sr
B11u11tg.t1't11er,Stott 11 So , 120,119
Bitute, Charles H jr , 182
Xdelman. Dorotht Fr
.Xt1ler.Mc1r1e E jr
Ahrens,james R Sr
Ak1n,C '17 jr , 124
Mbrtgltt, Robert L jr ,-15,124
.tldrttlgtyjoseph M Fr
Alexander, Donald E Sr
Alexander, Floyd X jr jr,15-1,159
Allard, jellret M Sr , 157
Alldretlgc, 1'reva A S11
Allen, Ct ttthttt C So
Allen,j.1nite K. Fr
Allen,jtcaj So ,31
Allen, john M, So
Allen, Karen L jr , 14,114,149
Allen, Ronald R, Fr
Allen, Stephenj Fr
Alles, Beverly S, Fr , 172
Allred, Barry L Fr ,20,147,184
A1mon,james D. Fr
Alms, Donald R So.
Alsip, Charles R Fr
Alsop, Alan L So , 162
Alvis, Pamela A Fr 180
Amsler. C. M. Sr.
Anderson, Ann E.jr.
Anderson, Barbaraj So.
Anderson, David L So,
Anderson,james L. So
Anderson, Karen L So,,17-1
Anderson, Louise L Sr , 1 16,131 ,162,
Anderson, Richard K, So
Anderson, Sue C jr
Andrews, Karen L Fr, 110
Andrews, William P. Sr.
Ankrom, Gary W.jr
Anstey, Robert P, Fr
Antey, Ronald L. Fr
Aplelstadt, Alan C So , 120
Appelgate, Carol Fr.
Appler, Madonna C Fr,
Arendell, Martha R jr
Arendt, Mary C,jr,
Arensman, Ann C, Fr
Armour, Dennis K.jr,, 70
Armstrong, Bettyj Fr,,175
Arnold Larry G Sr
Arthur, Charles C. Fr,
Ash, Darrell L jr.
Ash, David E.Fr.,122
Ashby, Thelma L. Fr
Asher, Tony H, So- 184
Ashley, Garuld W, So
Ashley,joycelinG Fr., 173
Ashley, W'111iam E,jr
Ashtvorth,lr1sj Fr., 30
Ashworth, Pamelaj Sr,,15-1,158
Bttvtt-1,Ceorgc R 7
Lun1t'l1.1M Fr , 178
B.1yer,Cary 1. jr , 31,J1,l31
B.1yer,8teven L. Fr
Raymond,S1' , 91
Beztnblossonrjack K jr , 163
Beard, Mithacl L jr , 62 '71
Beard, William S Fr
,j1mn11eA, Sr , 52
,Mavis M Fr
Beasle ', Terry L Fr,
Stephen D ,So
Beauchamp, 1'onyaj. Fr , 116
Earlj Sr., 71
Beck,james A jr., 52,63,126
ogerB Fr , 121
Beck, William A.Fr.,12Z
Cheryl B. So , 69,1 12
Suzeue A 86,
Beckham, Michael L,
Becking,john A. Sr.
Beesley, Kendra A.jLL16,3'6,38,91
Bell, Doris G.
Bell, Steven A. So., 120,164,141
Bell, William T.jr
Bender, George A. Fr , 126,71
Bender, Harold B, Fr,
Bender, Vernie R,, 11 So,
Bennett, john A. Fr
,Marcia L jr., 46
Bennett, Nathaniel E Sr
Bennett, Ralph G jr.
Bent,john W. 11So
Bentley, Carolyn A, 22,91 ,132.
Bentley, Russell 1.jr, Fr , 183
Bercaw, William R Fr.
Berger, Tamara N. Fr,
Berkemeier, Diane K.jr,, 91
Berkemeier, Suetta M jr.
Bernhardt, Richard C.jr.
Berry, Deane E. So.
Berry, Gerald L. Fr,
Berr oan E, Fr 178179
Patricia Fr , 177
Aston, Davtdj So., 186
Atherton, Stephen R. So., 159
Athey, Ralph R. Sr,, 162,163,141
Atkinson, Michael S, So,
Atwater, Terry V So., 119,57
Augustine, Glenn A,jr , 126
Augustine, Normaj jr 149,161
Augustus, Alicej. Fr , 114,163
Austin,janice L. Fr,
Autra, Bobbie Fr
Autr Darr 'I D r
Damm, Roger N. So,
vt i J
Avery, Dennis T. So , 183,70
Ayers, Earl L, Fr.
Ayers, Ronald L Fr , 184
Babcock, Ronald R. So
Backes, Roy W jr
Bacon, Larry W,jr , 153
Bae, Ronald P Nt ,57
Baggett, Larry K, Fr , 124
Bahn, Gary A, So.
Baize, Timothy B,jr , 120
Bakel, Donald L, Fr.
Baker, Paulette M. So,
Balcit1s,Caro1j. Fr,, 156,160,180
Baldwin, Roxannaj Fr.,175
Ballard. Anna M. So , 137
Ballard, Charles M Sr.
Ballard, Franklin F, So., 70,183
Balsdon, Gerald B So.
Baltimore, Gerald A Fr.
Banister, Timothy F. Sr
Bannwart, Robert A So., 52,124
Banta,Guy R Fr
Baptist, Peggy R. Fr
,Yt.l 1 .. .
Bestng, Darvtn B.jr.
Besing, Gerald A. Fr,
Besing, Thomas D.jr
Beumel, Ann C. Fr,
Beyer, William L, So.
Biddinger, Shirley A. Sr., 91,116,153
Bierod,janis E jr,, 22,131 ,l54,l59,
Bigger, Delia W. Fr., 110,138
Biggerstaf1,S, M So.
BiggerstaH', Stephen P. Fr,
Biggs, Brenda D. Fr
Biggs, David C. jr
Biggs,joseph A. Fr
Billings, Robert D, Fr,
Billings, Robertj. Fr.
Binns,jean K. So.
Bippus, Raymondj jr.
Bippus, Richard M, So
Birchler, Larry E, So.
Birt, Dorothy L Fr., 161,173
Bischmann, Delores A. Sr., 32,91 ,1 58
Black, Gregory F, So
Black, Paul E, So,, 120
Black, Rebecca S. So.
Black, Thomas H., 111 Fr., 126
Blackburn, Carol S.jr., 122
Blackburn, Laura K Fr
Blackburn, Richard S. Fr , 12
Blades, Howard M.jr., 163,164
Blaine, Susanna M. So., 32,110
Blair, Charles L.jr,
Bland, Georgianna Sr., 20,91 ,1 14,133,
Blandford, Dick K.jr.
Bleckmann, Charles A.jr , 139
Bledsoe, Garry M.jr., 43,120
Blemker, Don A jr ,43,120
Blessing, Pamela So., 116
Blessinger, Bernard E rr., 126
Block, August A. So , 164
Quentin W Sr., 91,122
rvan L Fr , 156
g , ,
Boggess,john E, Sr , 91,152,155
Bohleber, Larry W. Fr,
Boink, David K. So,
Boink, Thomas Fr
Bond, Lynne A. Fr
Mary A. Sr.
Bone, Michael L. Fr
Bonenberger, Rolmertj. Sr , 91
Booth, William P. jr.
David C. jr.
Barchet. Carl D, So.
. Paul D jr
Nancyj Fr , 173
David T So , 182
Stephen T. So, 124
Sandra K. Fr
Albert A jr,
.Charles D Fr.
Lana C jr , 110,138
. Michael R.jr., 124
. Rita L. Fr., 161,173
Barnett. Thomasj, Fr.
Barnett, William E, Sr
Barr, Patricia D Sr ,
Barr, Ruth A. So., 137
Barrett, Bernie R, Fr
Barrett, GregorylR,,Fr., 124,160
Barrett, Robert jr
Bartelt,j0hn R Fr , 126
Bartelt, Mary E, Sr , 116,133,153
Barter,john F Fr,
Bartle, Rayna L jr
Bartlett, Sharon L Sr , 154
Barton, David W, Fr
Barton,Frederick E. Sr , 124,180,139
Base-y,judith A, Fr
Basham, Barbara L Sr ,ll0,131.
Baskett, Douglas L Sr ,7I,l22
Boots, David W. Sr., 91,120,183
Bootz, Mary L. Nc
Boren, Sarah Sr , 91,114
Borders, Gerald D. Sr , 91,122
Borders, Robert E. So.
Boring, David W. So., 122
Borneleld, Gary M, So, '
Borre, Earl W jr jr., 21,43,120
Bosse, Bonniej. So .
Bosse, Steven W. Sr , 91,131,139
Bossing,janice L. So,
Bowell, Cynthia M. So., 112
Bottomley, Lanaj. Fr
Bottomley, Robert M jr.
Boultinghouse,jane E. Fr , 174
Bowen, Frank R.jr
Bower, David A.jr , 122,135
Bowman, Earl R Fr,
Bowman, Henry K.,jr,jr. 92
Bowman, Thomas L. So,, 181
Boxer,jef1rey E. Fr., 185
Boyd, Donna E So,,22,116,138
Boyd,jeriA, Fr , 112,138
Boyer,janet R. So, 116
Boyer, Marjorie C. Nc.
Boylls, Diana K, Fr
Boyle, Linda K Fr , 163,140
Bozarth,james T. So
Bradley, Edward L.jr., 108,120
Bradley, Marcella D So., 163,173,140
Bradley, Sharlot W
Bradshaw, Rita M, Fr.
Bragg, '1 yrone M 14r.'162,163
Brantlenbe1'ge1', john E Fr
B1'.ty,Pl1yl1isj So , 17-1
Bretlholtl, P11t1'it1.tj let
Brctz, Charlotte R ji
B1-itz, Mary ti
Brill, Frank L, So.
Brtner, l'hom.ts L. lfr
Brink, Danny M So
Brink, Dennis M. So., 163
B1'1nke1',Nan1'yK , Fr
Brinkmeyer, Dennis L. Fr , 120
Britt,Stephen F So
Britton, Barry L So., 143
Brockriecle, Darlenej jr
Brooks, Anthony M. Sr., 64,92,1 19
Brooks, Dennis E. Fr
Brooks, Gary D. So
Brooks,jean F Sr., 92
Brooks, Patriciaj, Fr , 175
Brooks, Thomas D.jr.
Brooks, William R. So., 157
Brown, Cynthia M. Fr., 168
Brown, Herbert L.,jr
Brown,john B,,jr. So.
Brown,john D. So.
Brown,john R. So.
Brown, jolene D, Fr
Brown, Nelson T jr
Brown, Ormm E, Sr ,21,46,133
Brown, Pamelaj,jr , 114,145,164
Brown, Sharon L. So,, 114
Brownexjames A. Fr
Browning,james W,jr,, l4,20,38.
Bruce, Michael G, Fr
Bruner, Gloria S Nc., 92
Bryan,james W jr
Bryan, Sherry L. Fr , 116
Bryant, Gordon A. Fr
Bryant,janna L. Fr
Bryant, Nancyj. Fr
Bubenzer, Selma M, Sr., 92
Buchanan,john G. So. -
Buchenberger, Maralee So , 112,138
Buedel, Charles R.
Buedel,james N, Sr,, 52,541,120
Buesking, Ruth E.jr.. 116,156
Bullock, Benton L. So,
Bullock, Gladys M Fr
Bumgarner,james M Fr,
Bunge, Charles H Fr
Bunner, jane 1 16
Burch, William R Fr.
Burden, Margaret L. So.
Burger, Sabraj So
Burgess, Stanton E. Fr
Burgette, Nita D So.
Burkd0ll,james M, Fr
Burke, Donaldj, So- 120,52
Burkhart, Richard M Fr
Burkhart, Terri L So.
Burns, Gary L. So.
Burns, Ltzette E. So.
Burns, Nancy L Fr , 110
Burton,john P. Fr.
Burton, Richard W. Fr.
Butcher, Sandra L. Fr.
Butler,jimmie L. Fr,, 186
Butler, Sara E. Fr., 162
Butler,Wi1liamj ,111 Fr.
Butt,joseph L Ne
Butterworth, Milton T jr , 133
Buttrum,jane E, r.
Byrd, Samuel C , r, So.
Cadick, Gwenda L. Fr , 31
Campbell, Houston,jr. Fr,
Campbell, Kenneth H. Sr
Campbell, Saundra R , Fr., 173
Campbell, Wilbert G So , 108,120
Cannon, Michael E Sr,, 162
Cannon, Susan A, Fr,, 162,176
Cantrell, Candi D. Fr., 169,175
Capes, Paul R So.
Caradine, Helen M. Sr., 38,92,l 12,
Carey, Bobby G, So., 161
Cariens, Kathleen R Fr
Cartens, Richard T. So.
Caringer, Kenneth C.j. So.
Carl, Davtdj So,
Carlson, Gary Fr.
Carmichael Thomas L, So., 157
Carr, Linda F Fr.
Carr, Maria T. Fr., 156
Carr, William C. Sr., 62,92,120
Carrara, William So., 52
Carroll, Charles L. Sr , 92
Carroll, Frank E.jr.
Carroll, Thomas F. So., 162,141
Carson, Michael Sr ,92,52
Carter,jerry L. So,
Carter, Robert A. So
Carter, Roy L.,jr,jr.
Cartwright, Connie C. So ,20,22,42.
Cates,james S. Fr., 182
Cavins, Larry E,
Cavins, Mary L, Fr., 180
Caylor, Susan D.jr.
Celania, Pan1elaj.So., 110,138
Chambers, Timothy G. So
Champion, Patricia G. Sr., 92,155
Chancellor, Steven E. Fr.
Chandler, Donald W So.
Chandler, Gary L. Sr
Chandler, Sharon A, So., 116
Chapel, Gary T. So.
Chase, Bonnie K. So., 32
Cheaney, David M.jr.,156
Cheaney, Edwardj. So., 52
Cheek, Marlene A. Fr.
Chisler, Lawrence G. Fr,
Choate, Eric D. So.
Christein, Petrinej, So.
Chudada, Ronald A.jr,, 126
Church, Michael K. So.
Ciszek, Linda A. So,
Clark, Carroll R. Sr., 92,186
Clark, Hubert So.
Clz1rk,L111d11F Fr , 155,172
Clark,L1n1la K Fr., 137,177
Clark, Louis A Fr
Michael E Fr,
Rita K Sr ,92
Robert M Fr
Shannon R Fr , 175
Clark, Stephen C, Fr
Clarke, Carla S. Fr , 69
Bobbych Sr , 92,1 12,131
Clayton, Glenda G. Fr , 149,160
Clayton, Pamela S So.
Ruth A Fr.
C1em,Cy11eth 1 . Fr
Clements, Lucille M. Fr.
Cleveland, Grover A. Sr ,70,92,I
Cline, Nancy S Fr
Clinton, Thomas 12.511 , 150
Cobb, Frances A. jr
Cochran, Robert M M.jr , 124
Cochrane,joan Fr,, 178
Coe,jay W, Fr,
Coe,jayne A, So,
Cohn, Richard K So., 133
Cole, Barbara L,jr.,9Z,110,139
Cole, Donaldj Fr
Cole, Philip A. So.
Cole, Rose M jr.
Cole, Susan A Fr.
Coleman, Ronald E. So.
Collins, David A. Fr , 124,160
Collins, Linda K. So,, 177
Collins, Stephen M So.
Colvin, Vicki L. Fr.
. Vickie L.So,,116
Comer, David K, Fr , 160,186
ay, Rebecca L jr., 174
ay, Robert P Fr.
Conduitt, Kathryn A 5o,, 114
ton,jeromej. jr,, 92,126
ton, Lawrence L, So., 126
Conn,james B. jr,, 38,120
Connor,jenniler R. Fr
Connor, Kathleen M Fr
Conrad,janet A, Fr., 180
Cook, Charles H. Fr
Cook,joe H. Sr , 92,121 ,I 57
Cook. Robert W, Sr,, 92,121
Cook, Sara Sr.
Cook, Stephen B, jr , 155,139
Cook, Stephen P.jr
Cook, Thomas L. jr
Cooksey, Randal D Sr., 26,92,163,
Cooper, Lee K, Fr
Cooper, Rebecca C. Fr , 112
CorF1cld,joseph W.jr.jr , 186,139
Corn, Lavaun C. Fr.
Corten, Carl T. Fr.
Cosgrove,james G. So,
Cotteriall, Robert L. Fr
Cottrell, Deborah L Fr., 178
Covington, Maryj. So.
Cox, Dave B. Sr , 65
Cox, Kent G. Sr,
Cox, Larryj, So., 156
Coyle, George F So., 157
Coy1e,jean M jr , 148,149,133
Crane, Robert R.jr,
Crawlord, Charles P So.
Crawford, Conleyjr., 187
Crawlord,-james C Sr., 93
Cresswell, Candace P Fr,, 172
Criswell, Barbara C So., 112.143
Critchfield, Allred So
r. Mary A Fr , 161,173
tt, Doris M. Fr.
Cron james C. So.
Cron,judith M.jr., 93,163
Cross,john N Fr
Crum, Stephen E. Sr., 93,153
Cummins, Scott W. Fr,, 187
Cundifl, Robert D So., 156
Cunningham, Carol A. So
Cunningham, Charles Fr,
Curts, Clara M So., 158,179
Cusack, Thomas P,, 11156 , 122,71
Dahl,jane M Fr., 116
Dailey, Sarahj, So,
Dalton, Elizabeth C. So.
Dame, Gaylaj Sr., 30,32,69,93,l12,
Daniel, Donald j, Fr
Daniels, Charles M. Sr , 93,124,159
Danner, Arthur F, Fr.
Dannheiser, Charles C. Sr , 93,121
Darke, Floyd R, So., 125
Darvin, Charles H. jr.
Dassel, Daryl W. Fr.
Datzman, Madonnaj. Sr,, 161
Daugherty, William D. So.
Daves, Laurence M, So,
Davis, Cynthia A, Fr., 175
Davis, Deborahj, Fr,, 175
Davis, Donald W, Fr.
Davis,joseph L, Fr.
Davis, Michael L, Fr.
Davis, Patricia L, Fr.
Davis, Richard A. So.
Davis, Stephenj. So , 122
n, Agatha R. Fr,
n, Bryant,j. So, 121
n, Charles R. Fr,
Day,je1Trey A. Fr., 159
Dean, Donald M. So., 124,52
Deatrick, Patricia A, So.
Deboer,john D. Fr.
Debord, Randall W. Fr,, 162,185
Deckard, H. j. So.
Deckard, Robert E. Fr., 124
Decker,judy A. Sr., 93,130,l32,l33,
Deer, Richard E. So.
Delrehn, Barbara L. So., 110,138
Delur, Earl T Sr., 67,93,126
De1ur,joeW. Fr., 183
Dejonekheere, Diane E. So., 110,165
Dekemper, Robert S. Fr,, 125
Delaney, Linda F. Fr,, 175
Dclinger, Lee T,jr.
Delzell, Mary D.jr
Deming, Cheryl Fr,
Dt-nn1ng,Mttl1.te1 1' jr,
Denton, Larry N Sr
Deppen, joseph W. So
DePriest, Patritia A jr ,20,1 13.146,
Derrtngton, William T. Sr
Dersclt, Wayne W. Fr , 184
Devault,josepli K Sr., 63
Devine,Wattt1a F,jr , 93
Dewig, Thomas E, So
Dick, Bcrnarcl L. Fr , 184
Dickhart, Steven A. Fr
Dietz, Arthur G. So.
Digesualdo,Franc1sj Sr , 131"
Dike, Linda K. Fr,
Di11ehay,Stephcn L. Fr
Dills,jcrry W. Sr,, 93
Dinnsen,john S.jr , l22,l48,149,l52
Dinwiddie, Michael il' Fr,, 185
Dishman, Robert C. Su , 121
Disney, Poley H.jr
Dissette, Patricia A Fr,, 113,138
Dixon, Diane L. Fr , 138
Dixon,Shero1yn R. Fr,
Dixon, Susan R. Fr,
Dixon, William C.
Doane, Patrick K,
Dodds, Shirley F. So,
Doerner, Karen L. So., 110,137
Domina, james A. So., 20,108,122
Don, Charlotte S. Fr.
Donnelly, Michael A, Sr,, 122
Donovan, Karen L. Fr.
Dooley, Ronald N, Fr
Doty, Mary C. So,, 46,133
Doubiago, Alexander jr.
Dougherty, Dennis R So., 162,163
Doughty, Constance G,jr., 110,136
Downs, Phyllis M Fi
Downton, Gilbert C, 1-r,
Doyle, Gail j. So.
Drake, Barbara C. Fr
Drennan, Larry K. Fr
Dress, Richard S,jr
Driggers, Kerry L. Fr.
Drone, Donald, Fr,
Drone, Hubert B,,jr. Sr.
Duarte,john B,, ll Nc
Dubuque, Barry L, Fr
Dudley, Dorinda A, Sr , 93,1 13
Dudley,judith A. Fr., 181
Dugan, Margaret E. Fr., 68,173
Dull, Richard F. Sr., 93
Dunbar,joseph M, Fr.
Duncan, Albert G. Sr.
Duncan, George P. Fr.
Duncan,jerome L. Sr.
Duncan,joetta F. Fr
Duncan, Susan K. Fr.
Dunham, Gerald P So.
Dunn, Eddie R.Fr.,124,160
Dunn, Ronald W So.
Dunning, Thomas E. So,, 121,150
Dupin, Grace E, Fr
Durkee, Michael M. So,
Duvall, Dennis M. Fr
Dye, Donaldj. So., 124
Dyehouse, Linda F,jr.
Eakins, Waverly T,,jr.jr , 126,163
Eaton, Lj. Sr.
Eaton, Maryj. jr.
Eaton, Sally L, Fr., 175
Eberhard, Larry 1-1.Fr.,156
Eberhard, Ronald O. Sr., 71,93,l22
Eberharl, Barbara A. So., 161
Eberhart. Robert W. Sr.
Eberhart, Ronald P, So.
Eccles,jonnie D., Fr., 172
Edmond, Marilynj. Sr.
Edmond, Marvin, Sr.
Edmond, Thomas M, So.
Edmonds, Dennis E. So.
Edmondson. Russell D, Sr , 70,94,153
Edmondson, Stephen G, Sr ,94,135.
Edwards, Beth L.jr., 113
Edwards,john D, Fr , 183
Edwards, Mary E. Sr.,
Edwards, Ronaldj. So,, 121,161
Edwards, Steven B. Fr.
Elfinger, Ruth C,jr,,156
Egan, Maryannjr,, 94,1 13,161
Ehrhardt, Michael D. Fr,, 156
Eichel, Ellen S. Fr., 154,173
Eickhoff, Darrell E. Fr,
Eifler, Larry L. Fr., 162
Ekstein, Carolyn M, Fr
Ekstein, Suzannej. Fr.
Elaman, Michael O. Fr,
Elder, Susan E. So. 173
Ellerbrook, Pcggyj. Sr., 153
Elliott, Richard L.jr , 185
Ellis, Benna K. Fr.
Ellis, Kent D,
Ellis, Michael R. Sr
Ellis, Patricia S.jr,, 174
Ellis, Thomas F.,jr,
Ellison,john G, Fr,, 124
Ellison, Lamont R, Fr
Elson, David C.Fr,121
Ely, Rodney W, Sr
Elzer, Barbara A.jr,
Elzer, Sherrilyn R, So., 139,140
Emberton, Ronald W. So., 156,182
Emge, Cynthia R. Fr., 156
Emge, David M, Fr., 21 ,31,46
Emge, Melvin R. Sr,
Endicott,janet S, Fr.
Endress, Martha L. So., 120
English, David C Sr., 94,121
English Susanj, So., 114
En1ow,john M. Sr., 66,67
Enlow, Larry E. Fr , 184
Ennis. Rudolph L,jr.
Enos, Kent E. Fr.
Enrietto. William N. Fr,
Ensinger, Nancy E. So, 143
Epley, Marsha A, So
Epple, Cornelius G. Fr., 183
Erickson, Mary L.jr.. 163
Erler, Charles M.jr.
Estes, Carla R. Fr,, 180
Ethridge, Sandra L. Fr.
Eu1er,jerry N, Sr,
Euler, Samj. So.
Euler, Thomas M,jr,
Euston, Donald E.So.,121
Evans,johnnie L. Sr.
Evans, Mary L, So.
Evans, Winston, C. Sr,, 20,94,131,159
Hummel, Frank W jr
Evinger, Kenneth M, l'r
Ewbanlojoseplt M Fr , 126
Ewing, Nancy L. S11
Ewing, Paul W 156,185
Eyles, Dougl.tsG So , 186
Falkenstein, Mark Y So,126
Famous, Suzanne M Fr
Farley, Kenneth M Fr
Farley, Susie C, Fr.
Farr, Linda D. Sr
Farris, Loyal K Fr
Farvar, Mohammed 1 . Sr.
Faust, Willretl H Fr
Feagens, David L Fr,, 162
Fechtmeister, Mary A jr.
Feidcr, Charles M. Fr
Feigel, Angela Fr , 140
Feldhaus, Sharon G Fr.
Fell, Sheryl L. So., 1 16,154,176
Fenneman, Kathie L Fr.,163
Fenwick. Chester So., 152
Fenwick, Htllenj. Fr
Fenwick, Terence L So
Ferguson, Richard A. Fr.
Ferriel, Peggy A, So , 110
Fickes, Maryj. So.
Field, Ted W. So , 122,71
Fields, Faye Fr
Fields, Kenneth 1. So,
Filson, Douglas M. Fr
Fischer, Donaldj. So
Fish,john N. So,
Fish, Toni M Fr , 30,116
Fisher, Ann M. Sr., 94,109,113,13l.
Clacss, Marilyn M. lsr , 110,138
Glass, Ronald lx. So , 21,33
Gobble, Sandra M Sr
Gotlare, Martlynj So
Goebel, Andrew E Fr
Goebel, Gary A Fr
Goebel, Melony G. So , 138
Goedde, Michael A, So
Goen,james M Sr.
Cot-n,jeanne E Fr.
Got-rgen, George T. So , 121
Gnerges, Peter L Sr , 94,126
ioettel, Leslie P Fr , 156
oll Wi ne K r
Harris, Sarah K. So
Harris, lhomas P Ft'
Harrison, Darlene A 17,3tl,1tI9,1 14
Harrison, Mark R Sr
Harry, Margaret E Sr
Hart, Barryj, Fr .27
Hart, Carol 1. Stn
Hart, Roger A Fr,
Hart, Sharon 1. Fr , 1711
Hartley, Karenj Fr.
Hartman, David A Fr
Hartman, Dell P, Fr
1 , .y - V j ,
Goldberg, Philip M jr,
Goldenbergjttmes M Fr
Gnltghtly, Peter S Sr , 94,l2'1,13w,1w2
Gnllnick, Micha1elS So
Gooch,janet R. Fr
Bennie E So.
Goodman, Samuel W Sr , 154
Goodridgejames F.jr , 143
,William B So,
Goody, Amealta S Fr , 30,113
Gordon, Woody 57,60,61
Gore, Beverly, So
Gore,joseph K Sn.
Gosnell,judith A Fr
Gottman, Mary D. So , 163,181
ames H. jr. So
Graham,judy A Fr., 173
Norman W. So.
Hartman, Patricia L. Sr.
Hartman, Terry Sr , 121
llarlup, Roger '1. Fr
Harvey, David G Fr
Harvey,-joyce A Sr ,95,11t1
Harvey, William B. Fr
Hatcher, Gwendolyn C jr , 1514
Hatcher,john M, Sr,, 126
Hatcher, Matthew D,-lr., 54,119,52
Hatfield, Eritj Fr
Hatf1e1d,john B Sr., 96
Hauke, Gerald A. So
Hauke, Steven A Nc.
Hauselman, Rebecca S. So., 27,154,176
Hauswald, Darryl E. So
Hauswald, Larry R,jr
Haverkamp,jean So, 177
Haverstick, William M So., 127
Havtll,james F. So , 54,55,123,52
llorst, l1ar1v.tr.tA 1-1 .171
llosterntan, Mark A So , 123
llotz,C1enn N jr
Houehttt, Rantlalyn 1-r
llouehins,john E 511,143
Ht:ugl.tnd,jan1ce S So , 175
Huwartl, Keith B.jr.
Howard, Russell H Fr
llowe, Robert S Fr
Htiwerter, Leanne, So, 42,183
Howerton, Lynn D Fr
Veronteajr , 181
l'lubbard,Charles 1' So
Alma D So
Huber, Gene D Fr.
Hudson, Charlene S Fr , 114
Hudson, Charles Fr
Hudson, Cynthia A jr , 114,163,168
Hudson, Melvin E jr
H udsun, Terry L. Sn
Huehschman, David So
Huey, Michels D. Fr
Huey, Norman L. So
Hu1T,jantce R So , 181
n, Dave K. Fr,
n,janeA,jr , 113
Hughes, David T So
Hughes,john H. Fr , 123,71
Hughes, Miller F Fr.,121
Hughey, Constance L jr , 30,42,138
Hughey, Susanj, Fr , 173
K.tnowsky,Wtlltan1G Su , 156
Kasulijtik, tlarule j 811,42
K.ttterht-nry , Mary W jr , 121
Katttnan, Orrtun W ,jr Su
K,tllenltt'rger,Nan1y l, Fr , 116
K.tu1m.tn, Betty 1. Sr , 97
Kavanaugh, Marie ll So
Keenan, 1' D jr
Keller, Gail M jr
Kell. Rtiliert A Sr . 125
Ketlhol1,john G l'r , 183
Kt-tth,tCtmn1e1. Sr 117,160,180
Kc-tth,j.1mesVl ,jr 50,163
Ki-1th,1'.tme1a P Fr.
Keith, lonna S Fr , 176
Kellerman,james S , jr Sr ,97,135
Kelley, Lyn M Fr
Kelley, Mary S So
Kelley, Michael E So
Kelley, Nanste R jr , 181
Kelley, Robert B jr.127
Kc-llo, Andrea Fr,
Kel1n,St.tnIey D jr
Kelly. Lucille S S0 , 69,1 11
Kemp, Alan L Fr , 1117
Kemp, Ann E Fr , 52,175
Kemp, Barbara E So
Kemp, Philip L jr
Kendall, Marilyn E Sr ,97 160.179
Kenc-tpp,jtidtth R Sr ,97,1 14,1 31.
er, Bettyj Fr.,173
er, Christine L. Fr, 116
er, Robert V,,jr,jr , 124
Graman, Barbaraj. So
Grannan, Stephen M. So., 52
Graper,judith L So.
Graper, Robert E. Str, 126,71
Graul, Gerald R, So.
Graves, Maryj. So
Graves. Michael L Fr , 123
Graves, Patricia H, Sr ,94
Gray,john R. Fr.
Hawes, Robert D Sr
Hawhec, ChrisA Fr , 114,173,178,l79
Hawk, Frances K. Sr., 96,1 14,176
Hawkins, Barbara Sr., 96,116,153
Hawkins, Doris A. Fr.
Hawkins, Michael L. So
Fitzgerald, Michaelj So
Fitzgerald, William V Se
Ftt2patrick,janet A. So
Flaherty, Michael S. So,, 46
Flamion, Diana K, Fr.
Fleck, Virlee l. Fr , 178
Fleig, Bradford R.jr., 135
Fltnt, Lois Fr.
Floyd, Walter H. Fr
Foland, Theodore B So,
Foley, Walter W So,, 126
Folke, Donald L. Fr,, 185
Folz, Charlotte A Fr.
Folz, Richard W. Sr,
Ford, Charles B. Fr., 155
Ford, Leslie B So., 156,163
Foreman, Paul R.jr.
Foreman, Stephen P,jr
Fornges, Robert C Fr.
Forsythe. Cynthia K. Fr , 180
Forsythe, Susan L. Fr., 175
Fortenberry,joyce H. Fr , 137
Fortune, Robert E jr.
bert F So., 62
Gray, William R So.,156,163
Grebe,judy M So
Green,john W. So.
evin B So
Green, Steven F ,Fr , 121
Greene, Ronaldj Fr
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Greentvell, Audrey S. jr
Greenwell, Barbaraj. Fr.
GreenweIl.james D. So
Greeson, Guy A So.
Greubel,john R Sr.
Gries, Charles R. Fr
Griese, Diane A, Fr , 162
Grim, Thomas M. Sr., 121
Grimm, David S. Fr.
Grimm,john E Fr,
Grimm, Marilyn F. Fr.
Grimm, Virginia A, Sr
Grimme,john M. Fr,, 126,160,185
Grismore,-lerry W. So
er, Katherine Sr , 94
ler, Robert H Fr., 125
Michael W r 164
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Franke, Phyllis A,jr.
Franks, Ernest E. Fr,
Frazier, Kathleen S. Fr
er, Sandra S Fr
Franks, David Fr.
Groomer, Stephen M. Sr,, 94,156,135
Grossman, Robert Fr
Groves, David L. So , 182,70
Groves, Frances L. Fr.
Groves, Teddy W jr., 52
'Grubbs,james C. Fr
Guest, Patricia A. So , 137
Guillaum, David W. Fr.
Gulley, Tanya M, Fr., 181
Gumberts, Alan E. So., 125,180 D
Gumm, Sandraj. Fr., 155
Gunkel, Donna L Fr,
Ha enset J
Freeman,jerrell E So., 121
Freeman, William M.
Freeman, Nicholas E. So
Freitag, Sarah E.jr , 94
French,jimmy R.jr , 125
French,joseph So., 71,126
Frenzel, joseph M. Fr
Frey, Barry W
Frick,jackA. Sr , 125,161
Fritz, Steven W. So
Fritz, Susan D. jr
Fruits, Dennis Fr.
Fry, Karen A. Sr , 94
Gunther,jeFfrey A jr , 94
Linda L. Fr.
Margaret A jr
Gustafson, Gerald C
Gustafson, Susan L. Fr , 161,173
Guzman. George L Fr
Gwaltney, Kenneth W. Fr
Haan, Christian N Sr., 95,121
Hacker, Linda R, Fr., 181
Hadley, Arthur R So.
Hadley. Carol L. Fr , 152,155
Hadley, Charles D. Fr
Hadley, Bill A. Fr., 125
ker L nn R. Fr , 140
Fuchs, Lula M. Sr., 94,131
Fuchs, Stephen C. Fr.
Fuelling, Stephen C. So.
Fuller, Patricia A. Fr., 158
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Hager,janice A. Fr,, 173
Hagstrom, Garry L. Fr.
Hahn, Maurice W. So.
Hahn. Steven E. Sr., 95,121
Hahn, Steve R
Fulling,john K. Fr.
Funk, Paul E.jr.
Fuquay, Gary H. Sr., 23,94,125,135
Gabriel,jamesN, Sou 121
Gadau,james P. So
Gallagher, Victor R. Nc., 126
Gambrel, Tommy D. Sr., 94
Gander, Sandraj. Fr., 160
Garcia, Oscar A. Sr., 94,122
Gard, Linda O. Fr
Gardner,jim K. So., 122
Garner, Charles L Sr
Garner,jacqueline S So , 30,114
Garrett, Linda K. Sr., 154,159
Garrett, Lynn D, Sr , 94,122
Garrett, Rebeccaj. Sr
Garwood, Richard C. So.
Gaskins, Clyde W, Fr., 52
Gates, Thomas O, Fr., 71,123,154
Gatheridge, William R. So,
Gatlin, Terry L. Fr
Gehlhausen,john B. Fr.
Geier, Betty H. Sr.
Genglebach, Carlj. Fr,
George, Rose S. Sr,
Georges, Roger V. Fr.
Georgesen, Stephen D. So., 126
Gerkin, Carol A. Fr , 162,163,172,140
Gernon, William M. So.
Gerth, Albertj. Fr.
Gibbons, Robert W. Fr.
Gibbs, Gary M. Sr.
Gibbs, Spencer L. So
Gibson, Loral., Fr
Gibson, Robert L.,jr. Fr., 121
Gilbert, Dwight L. Sr.
Gilbert, Lon R.jr., 185
Giles, Ronald L. Fr., 125,132,156
Gill, Gregory L. Fr.
Gillaspy,john L. Sr., 121
Gilliam, Linda L. Fr , 163
Gillick, Edward M. Fr.
Gillis, Cherry V. Fr
Gipson, Richard, L. L. Fr.
Given, Charles E. Sr., 121
Gladish, Ronald W.jr.
Haines, Phyllis E. So., 174
Haines, Steven R. So., 185
Haines, Thomas B. 126
Halbig, Thomas W. Fr , 156
Hale, Elizabeth L. So , 172
kie K, Fr
Halkowtch, Patricia S.jr.
Hall, Carol L, Fr
Hall, David E.jr.
Hall, Gary R. Fr.
n M,,jr. Sr., 125
Hall, Timothy T. So , 185
Hall, Woodrow Fr.
Hallam, Gregory S. Fr.
Hallas, MichaelG Fr,
Halpin, Perry B. Sr., 95
Halwes, Sharon K. So
Hamilton,Allen R Sr
Hamilton, Michael S. Fr.
Hamilton, Paul D.jr.
Hancock, jerry M.jr
Haner, Gail L. Fr., 179
Hannajoy E, So., 158
Hansen, Roger W, Fr.
Hansen, Sara K, So
Hanshoe, Paula K. Sr.
Linda A. sa., 174
Hardesty, Glenn C. So.
Hardy, Rita K. Fr,, 174
Hargis, Charles H.jr , 157
Harkins, Susan E. So., 30,81
Harmeyer, Gerald L. So,
Harmeyer, Larry G Sr
Harman, Melinda L Fr., 160,173
Harmon, Nancy Sr,, 95,109,113,l31,
Pamela A r.
Harmon, Robert D.jr.
Harpenau, Paul L. Fr
Harper, Lowell D. So
Harper, Michael H. So., 20,126,147,52
Harper, RobertT. So., 121
Harris, Alexander D. Fr
Harris, Dorcas M. So
Hawkins, Robert L, Sr ,96,127
Hawkins, William H.jr
Haworth, Stephen K Fr , 125
Hay,Vtctor1aj.jr , 17,116,153
Hayden,john 'l' Fr
Hayden, Robert W. jr
Hayes, Eleanor A.So,,177
Hayes, Laura S So, 163,140
Hayes, Ronald S. Nc.
Haynes, Pamela I. Fr., 30,31,162
HaysLCarlC , 1lSn , 52
Hayward, Ltndaj. So., 173
Hazelwood, Richard L So
Heal, Susanj Fr
Hearn, Brian D. Fr., 121
Heath, Ann L Fr,,173
Heck, Nancy L, Fr , 156,173
Hedges, Kenneth E Fr
Hegewald, Beulah K Fr , 175
Heiden,jaclt E. So., 52
Hein, DaleG So.
Heines, Mari E. Fr.
Helfrich, Barbara R jr., 164
Helfrich, Edward S So.
Helkema, Susan K Fr., 176
Helm,james V. Fr , 184,70
Helmbock, Thomas A. Sn , 121
Helms, Carol S. Sr , 96
Hemenway, Gregory K. Fr
Hendrickson,james W. Fr
Hendry, Richard A. So , 125
Hennessey, Dalej. Sr., 20,96,125,131,
Henning, Gary C Fr , 184
Henry, Andreaj. Fr
Henry, Charles R. So.
Henry, Douglas G Sr., 20,96.127,131.
Henry, Warren D So.
Herrmann, Gary C. Fr.
Herron,john L. So.
Herron, Larryj. Sr
Hert, Alan D. Fr,
Hess, Ronald, T. Sr
Hessian, Susan S. So , 149
Hetrick, Linda M. So., 162
Hetzel, Emerson W.jr.
Hewitt, Suzanne Fr , 165,175
Hewitt. Thomas L. So , 157,184
Hicklin, Connie K, So,
Hicks, Leonard G.jr , 127
Hicks, Sandra L, So,
Higdon, Charles E.jr., 131
Higgins, Mary L.jr
Higgs, Larryj Fr
Highley, Polly A.jr
Hightower. Karen K, Fr.
Htldenbrand, Hermanj. Fr.
Hill, Scott P. Sn,, 148,133
Hillenbrand, Gary F. So , 130
Hildenbrand, Lynda Fr,
Hillenbrand, Robert S.jr
Himmelhauer, Ronald G Fr
Hines,jane B Fr
Hinton, Carolyn S So.
Hirsch, Henry M., 123,71
Hirsch, Rosemary V, Fr.
Hirschelman,john E. Fr.
Hirschman, Michaeline Fr., 68,173
Hisgen, Marcia L. Fr., 114
Hoback, Barbara S. Fr.
Hobgrxtd, Grace S. Fr.
Hobgood, Ronald A Sr
Hocltman,jack L.jr., 161,135
Hodapp, Anne L. Fr,, 173,137
Hodgen, Stevenj Fr
Hoebbel, Alice K. Fr.
Hoelling, Rudolph A.jr., 127
Hoeflingcr, Robertj. Fr., 156
Hoff, Sara E Sr.
HoFfman,james M, Sr.
HoHman,judith A. Fr.
Hoffman, Ottoj,jr,, 156
Hofmann, Allenj, Fr , 183
Hofmann, George S.jr.
Hofmann. Greg K. Fr
Hoggard.joseph P. So.
Hogue, Pamela A. So.
Hohimer, Rickj. Fr , 121
Holder, Hazel A. Fr., 161
Holder, Shirley B.jr., 96
Holderman,john E. Fr., 183
Holland, Terri L. Fr,
Hollcroft, Barbara M Sr , 96
Hollingsworth, Kenneth So
Holmes, William R. Fr , 162
Holt, Larry D Fr.
Holtz, Albert K.,jr. So.
Ho1tzapple,Lynne R. Nc
Hooper, Caro D. Fr , 155
Hooper,jerry L. So., 116
Hoover, Alan A, Fr.
Hornick, David L.jr,, 70
Hornick, Mary E, Sr ,96,153,154,174
Hukill, Dorothy F. So
Hull, Mary A jr , 96,1 10,157,132,138
Hume, Leslie A So
Humes, Lawrence L Sr , 5lt,96,56,61,
Humphrey, Dun R jr
Humphrey,jerry W Fr.
Humphrey, Stephen R, So
Hungate, Richard A Sn,,125,156,168
Hunsicker, Paulaj Fr , 163,177,140
Hunt, Beverly S So
Hunt,Car01j Sr , 96
Hunt, Mary A, Fr , 1 1 1 .138
Hunt, Robert F. Fr
Hunteman, Paul B Fr.
Hunter, David E. Sr
Hunter, David W. So
Hunter, Marcia M jr
Hunter, Robert L.,jr So
llupler, Clarence G Fr
Hurley, Kermit L S11
Hurley, William M. Fr.
Hurst, Barbara Fr , 163,172
Hurst, G.j. Sr., 131
Hurst, Larry D.So ,121,52
Hurst, Marte P jr
Hurt, Raymond L Fr
Husk,john W Fr.
Hust,james P, Sr
Hustedt, Charles D. So
Huston, Douglas A.jr . 125,157
Hutchison, Donald Fr.
Hybert, Lawrence H So., 55,52
Hyde, Thomas S,jr , 127
lgleheart, Diane F. Nc
lnglehart,jane K. Fr., 163,178
lhle, Rand R.jr., 31,46,96
lnman, Don C, So.
lnzerello, Anthony T. So., 121,52
lsing, Terry R.jr., 125,132
jackson, Darrylj. jr
jackson, Gary M. Fr
jackson,joyce L So,162,163,176,140
jaco, Thomas B. So , 123
Gordon W So , 54,55,63,l25,
jaggers, Kay F Fr
jamison, Linda D. Fr , 154,172,180
jansen,james M.,jr jr., 125,156,132
jaquess, David W So
jaques, Douglas L. Fr ,183
jaquess. Teddy L. So
jarboc. Paul L ,jr Fr , 156
jarvis,jerry A Sr , 96
jarvis,john R. So
Larry E Fr
jelTord,jane F. Fr., 162,163,177
jenkins, Raymondj. So.
jennings, Norwood L Sr., 125
jensen,julia K So., 27,154,176
jensen, Herbert A. Fr.
jCll, Marsha A So, 158
jodka, Eric C So
johnson, Diana L. Fr
johnson, Mary F. Sr.
johnson, Nancy C. Fr
johnson, Ralph E. Sr
johnson, Richard A. Fr , l54,159,
johnson, Ronald L jr ,41,59,121,56,
johnson, Stephen W. Fr.
johnson, Vella L. Fr
n, Dixie L,VSo,
n,john H. So., 123
n,john R. So
jotner, Marolyn S.jr
joines, Bobbyj. Fr.
jones, Anita C Fr., 179
jones, Arthur L.jr.
jones, Connc-ll,j Fr , 184
jones, David L. So.
jones, Gordon E Fr
eannieS So., 111,153
erald M, Sr., 96
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jones,judy M jr,, 154,155
jones, Leah Fr
jones, Patricia K. Fr . 176
jones, Ronald E So
jones, Terry L, So , 186
jordan, Arthgr Nc., 119
jordan, Donald E.jr
jordan, Edwina. Fr . 116,158,175
jordan,janet A jr
jordan, Nancy 1 So , 20,146,181 ,l37,
jossa, Gary VV So.,108,127
jourdan, Glen P. Fr , 125
julian, Donald W. Fr.
jump, Ruth D jr , 163.174
Kaetzel, Steven G.jr
Kahn,Samue1 H, Sr,
Elizabeth A. So.
Van E jr , 121
Kennedyjohn W Sn
Kennetlyjoyce M Fr
Keppen, Fhotnas R jr .62
Kern, Brenda j So
Kern, Stephen V So
Kessens, Annaj Fr
Kessler, Thomas R Fr
Kidd, Hartley tl. Fr , 187
Ktdwell,john R Sr ,97,125,163
K1echle,Diedrith W Fr
Ktechle, Frederick L So , 156,132
Kiefer, Ramona M.Sr,97,1l1,1-15,
Kiellner. Margaret F, jr , 97
Kterlner, Robert R.jr.
Ktesel, Harvey K Sn
Ktesel. Stephen R Sr
Kight, Samuel W Fr
Kijovsky David W Fr
Kilby,.V1rginta L Fr , 68,175
Ktllion. Robert L Sr
Kimmel, Maxine W So
Kimsey,jtm R So
Kinca1d,Bobbyj Fr , 182
Kincaid, Stephen M Fr.
King, Donald W Su , 156
King,joy G jr
King, Kenneth W, Fr
Kingston, Carl R ,jr So , 58,62,121.
Kinnaird, Ann B. Sr ,97,131,145.153,
Kinnatrd, Danny W Fr.,162,163
Kinnard, Kathleen A, Sr
Kinnett. Michael L. Fr , 184
Kinney, Margaretj. So
Kirby, Sallie W Fr
Kirk, Gary E. So
Kirkwood, Kathie A So
Kirtley, Kathy A Fr . 155,172
Kirves,jerry L jr , 125
Kissel, Diane L Fr ,97,l63,l75,137
Kissling,james E,jr , 97,123
Kitchens, William R. So , 125
Kleiman, Barbara So
Klein, Carolj Fr
Kletnfeldt, Thomas E. Fr . 182
Kle1nhenn,joyce A So
Kleinschmtdt, Susanj So , 30,152
K1eitz,Kary1e K So, 150
K1tngle.Davtd E Sr , 97,l08,l23.71
Klusmeir, Deloris A, Fr,
Knaebel, April A Fr , 111,165,137
Knaebel. George N. So.
Knapp, Dennis L. Fr , 121
Knapp, Edward R So
Knigga, Bonitaj. Fr , 178
Knight.janet K So.
Kntpe, Wesley E Fr
Knowles, Brenda E. So., 114,174,137
Knuth, Laurie S. Fr
Koch, Bonniej So,, 143
Koch, Mary A. So ,47,1 1 1 ,138
Koch. Robert D So
Koch, William E.-jr.
Koehler, Charles W Fr
Koehler, David E So,
Koertge, Helen F. Sr,, 97,163,181,I40
Koertge. Lynda M. Fr , 180
Koester, jerome L. So.
Kohl, Thelma C. Pg
Kolb, Barharaj Sr , 97,153,156,130
Kolb, Betty A. Sr , l6.97,1 11
Kolb, Frederick L, Fr
Kolb, Sylvia D. So
Konsler, Gary L jr., 127
Kopelwilz, Andrew Fr.
Kopp, Richard R Fr , 183
Koser, Marta L Sr ,97
Kouts, Constance E Sr . 97
Kraas, Michael, Fr
Kraft, Karen A. So , 143
Kraft, Sharon M Sn
Kramer.joannj So , 174
Kratz, Carol A Fr
Krause, Consuelo M, So . 30,113
Kraushaar. Phyllis C. Fr , 172
Kreke. Kenneth L. So,
Kreke. Richard R So
Kremer. Thomas N Fr.
Krentler,joan M. So , 173
Kress, Deanna R Sr ,97
Krietemeyer, Stevenj Fr
Krietenstetn,jerry W. jr
Kroeger. Nina M Sr , 97
Krohne. Paul W Fr . 121
Kross,jerry H. Fr
Kruse,james M So
Kuehn, RandolfG Fr
Kuhlenschmtdt,james A, So
Kunkel, William B Fr
Kurtz, David S Fr
Kurtz, William M So , 127.71
Kuykendall, Robert D.
Labhgt. Marilynj. Fr , 20,145,147
LaFfertLPhy11tsj So,, 158
Lamar, Cherij Fr
Lamb. Donna I So
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Donna R. So ,-12,113,140
Legg,Mare1aA l'1' 170,137
Leinenbzich, Lee L 50 , 187
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Lt-w1s,Kennethj Sn lol
l.ew1s.M.i1'1lynl Sr , 98,1411
l.1tlV,J0hn L lt' , 15.5-1,551,112,121
L1d1.Terrenccl Su , 187,52
Lilligan, james E Fr
Lilly, Mary L Fr
Lindenschmtdt, Vtolette bo
Linder Erir C Fr,183
Linder jacques L jr
l.1ndser,jan11c K Su
Line, B.1rbar.1l Sr , 98.111153
Ltnley, Jayne F Fr
L1n1y,jerrv.X Sr , I3.36.41,'J8,127,
l.ippnldt.K.1ren S jr , lll Io-1
L1sman,Dont1ld L 511. 137 184
Little flub.1D Nt
l.1tty, Nancyj .1198
Livers. Margaret A. Fr
Lloyd,joe F ,-lr Fr 185
Lloyd,John B jr
Lobeck Karen T Fr
Lmhniueller, Donna G So , I-I3
Luchmueller Roger P br ,UB
Ludato. Michael Fr ,67
Loewenkanip.Ri1hard L Fr
Logojames R. ho
Livgexloe W So , S2
Lohn, Glenn lt jr . 185,70
Long, David W Sr . 125
Long, Kathrynj Fr , 178
Longden,btephe11 R Fr., 1,84
Lord Rita M Fr
Lriveulohn R Nr 08,185
Loveless, Brute A Fr , I8-1
Nlatliet, l'hom.1s L. l"r., 182
hl.l1hCws.lidr0l t., Sr ,1w,115,170
Mathews, Marilyn A 11
Mathias, Michael 1. ,lr ,150
M.1tthews,j.1rkte W ho , 183
M.1tlht'ws, 'liimotlty So
Matthews, William L Fr
M.1t1h1esen,Lr1t L S1 110,125-,152
Mattingly, Gerald L lr ,311
M.1tl1nglV.Jernn1uD 511 , 01,57
Mattingly, john Fr
Alautk,Alan1te K F1 , 1811
Maurer. Roger M
Ma1',M.1r1lynA So , 155,137,138
Mayer, Donald l. jr
Mayer. P.1trit'1.1Fr , 178
Mayheld, Sarunne l'r
Mays,Will.1im G. 511
Maze, Ginger l l"r,17b
Mcflttninion,M1cht1elA Fr , 183
McCIarlv.D1t1nne K hr , 181,131,131
Mrllhesney, Martha C, ho , 113
MtCl..1ry, Gary W jr , 121,57
Mtlilelldn, Thomas li 511
McCluskey,1V1ll1am M. Fr
McCourt, Lawrence F jr ,015
Mtlloy,-james E. So , 111
McCoy, Michael W. Fr
MrCullc'V,jeanne 5, jr , 111
Mtflullough, Gary W bo.
McCullough,Micha1:l'I. Fr , 150
Mcfiunejack D Fr
Mctlurdy, F E Sr ,4i,98,123
McCutthan, Karl S Fr,
Mcflulchan, Marilyn Sr., 98,1091 I l.
McDaniel, Beverlyj Fr
Mitchell, Ronald L So.
Mitchell, Ronnie D. jr,
Mitchell, Thomas L Fr
Mobley, Dan W Sr .99
Modesitt, Larry D Fr.
Mochlenkamp, Charlottejr., 99
Mochlcnkamp, Michael C Nt.
Mohrman,G.1il E. bo ,22,ll1
Moles, Kennethj So.
Mon1gomery,Gary N' Fr
Montgomery, Michael K. So., 125
M0ntg0mery,N:1nfy M. Fr., 155,172
M0n1gomery,Sandra K jr
Mooney, Timothy C jr , 135
Moore, lrmaj Fr
M0ore,j1n1n11u li Fr , 162,18-I
Moore, Manson D So
Moore, Nancy B jr
Moore, Stephen H Sr
Moore, Tommy E. So
Moreland, Barham E Jr,
Morey, Graham D jr , 150,152,156
Morgan, Lester VV So.
Morgan, Titus 1' So., 152,154,159
Morris, Cheryl L. Fr
Morris, Danny R So., 182
Morris, Dorothy L hr ,99
Mnrr1s,Nantv L Fr
Morris, Roger L So , 123
Morris, Sondra L Fr
Mnrrison,,1ames N. Fr., 182
Morrisonxluhn P Fr,, 187
Morrison. Peter K r., 136,187
Morse, Waltesj F
Moss. Robert A jr ,
Mossburg, Elaine C Sr ,99
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M roth, james A So.
r, CheryIeS So., 176
r, Mary 'I Fr
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Thurman D. Fr
MtDowe11,Garv E So , 127
McDowell, Gary L jr
McDowell, lda L Fr . 155
McEl1resh, Camilla F So
McGinnis, Bradley H Fr.
McGinnis, Susan E So
McGuire, Phillip R Fr , 127
Mt-Guyer, Michael'G jr
Mclntire, Sharon G Fr
Mclntosh, Charles R. bo
McKinley, Dale W, Fr , 184
McK1nley,jan1ce K, So.
McKinney, Ronald R. jr
Mclitnstry, Harry D. Fr , 184
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McLemore, Shayron P. jr., 98,1 13
McMurtry, Mary C jr,
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McRae Marilyn D
McQueen, Mary M bo , 116
Meacham, Marietta K So
Mead, Dave M. Sr.
lX1ead,james L, Fr., 137,184
Meade, Robert Fr
Mecklessel, Mary A So
Meek, Donna M. Fr , 31
Meentemeyer, Roy P Fr
Meese, Carol A Fr
Meier, Brian H jr.
Meiser, Marilyn L Fr.
Melion, Margaret L. Sr., 90
Melv1n,Marc1a E Sr , 90,131,170
Mengon, Maryj So , 111
l.ovell,james W Fr . 182
Lovin. Cheryl L So
l,ov1ng,Ljames W So
l Julia L lr,2U,l16,l-15,1-16,148
Lucas, George M .11 Fr
Lundy, David W No
Luther, Rose- Xl jr ,42
Darbcvl Fr , 1741
Kenneth H Fr
Larry W Fr
Nlarshall G ho
Cheryl 1: Fr
Debra M Sr ,178
Lynch, Karen N Fr , 175
Lynch Thomas, W Fr
Xlabrex .Xlartane 1- r
Mercer, Marilynj jr,
Merrick, Randy E. Sn , SZ
Met1l1ng,john G. So., 123,156
Me1L,john D Fr., 183
Meurer, Randall F Fr
Cherie F. Sr ,99,1 13.131138
Meyer, Gary R,jr , 125.157
amesW Sr '19 123
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Meyer, Lindon D bo , 156
Meyer, Madonna D 50.
Meyer, Virginia A jr ,99,1l1
William R Fr
Meyers, Mark E Sr , 99,125,157
Meyers, Paul D So , 183,70
M1chael,Sue A. jr
Michel, Robert H. bo.
M1dkiI1, Danny R. So
M1lam,Roger C. Fr , 123
Miles, Gary B, Fr , 164
Miles, Linda M. So
N1.1ce.l,1nda 8 So
Macke Kenneth W Fr , 156
Mackey. Donna R Sr ,-18,138
Mackey Phyllis C, Sr .08
MatM1llan, lane.X Fr , 136
X1a1MiI1an, Mary C bo
Madtlen,Nan1y K Fr , 11-1
Maddix,Or.1 l Fr
N1adriaga,M1ke E Sr ,o2,'1lS
Maglinger,Ch,1rIotle A Fr
Magllnger, Gary L Fr
Xlagruder,Nl1thaelK Fr , 137
Maguire Everutlfl Sr
Mahtme1,R M Fr
N1ain,Stanlt-y. R So
Xlalarkv, john 14 jr
Mallory Eleanor Fr
Malloy, Charles R Fr,
Mandeville,-john '1',1r Fr , 123
MangeI,R1thard L jr , 98,184
Mann, Mary C Fr , 173,139
Mann, Vernon R Sr 08,123
Mann1ng,Evulyn K. so
Maple, Stephen l Fr
Marchant,D.1v1d D Fr
Margagliano, Frank bo
Margtneylane H Sr
Nlarkley, Teresa R 511,158,143
Markwell,john S jr , 123,52
Marshall,D1ane L jr , 173
Martens, Gary W Fr
Martin. Hughj Fr , 182
Martin, Marlene D Sr ,98
Mart1n,Norma M jr
Martin, Richard L jr 121
Martin Richard L No , 187
Martin. Ronald Cllr , 62,119,127
Martin Ronald li l71', 183
Marx, Roy A Sr
Masvikun1,Rn1lwellG Sr ,UU 110
Miles, Malcolm l. So , 127
Miles, Morgan A Sr , 99
Milknvich, Karen L, Fr,
Millay, Stephen D Fr , 125
Miller, Brenda K. Fr , 174
Miller, Carolyn L Fr
M1114-r,Da1e E 51,11-1,123,141s,1s3,
EdwardE r So 99
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Miller, Edward P 143,187
Millcr,jack, R So
Mille-r,james R Sr
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Millerhjudy E. Fr
Larry A 184,135,52
Lavonne K Sr
Miller. Richard T So
Miller, Robert L, Sr
Miller, Ruger A. ho., 61,57
Miller, Urey R.So,1o4
Miller, William E. Sr , 110,119,152
Mtllhone, Malcolm M jr , 123
Million, Robert B Fr
Mills, Murl W Fr
Mills, Ronald E So
Milner, Deborah A,Fr.,173,178,170
Milner, Norma E.jt
Milton, Thomas R Sr
M1nnette.R1chardJ I So, 53,127.
Minton, C R.,jr ,jr , 152
Minton, Michael D So.,1Z1
Miracle, Delbert E Fr.
Misc-rmlerry W Sr
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Mitchell, Cheryl So
Mitchell, Eleanor W Fr
Mitchell, Gary E Pr
Nlltthell, Mary 5. Sr ,99,1 56,158,130
Mitthcll ames O
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11, Randall R
Mueller, Susanj, Fr
Muller, Keith L bo., 187
Mullins, Karen L. Fr , 173
Murdaugh, Lorenzo H.jr , 119,134
Murdock, Shirley A. Fr., 175
Murphy, Martha Su
Murray, Mark A, Fr.
Murray, Steven K So ,-13,451,121
Musselwhite, Daniel P, So., 183
Muth, Marsha P. So
Myerskjames L, So, 100
Myers, Sharon A Sr , 100,161
Myers, Thomas L. Sr , 100
Naherhuis, Steven L, Fr., 187
Nadler, Nancy L,-jr , 162,174
Nalin, Mary C Fr
Nance, Donnaj. Sr , 100
Nau, Richard R So
Neeley, Rondztle S. Fr,
Nelson, Douglas B Sr,1UU,123,14-1,
Nelson, Karin A, So , 174
Nelson. bandra L. Sr , 100,153
Nenneker, Sylvia M jr., 111
Ncu, Tamara E,jr.,111
Newbury, George A Fr.
Nesvcombnjames B. jr
Newkirk. joseph A. Sr
Newkirk,Nan1y E Sr., 155
Newlin.Will1am T. Fr
Newman,Benjam1n E., ll So.
Newman. Ciinda L, Fr , 173
Newman, Margaret Fr
Newman, Ronald A So.,127
Neyhouse, Dorothy-1 jr , 181
Nice,L1nda L 50,313,115
Nichols, R. R Fr,,18U
Nicholson, Glenn Fr
Niedermeier, Thomas P Sr , 100,125
Ntedhammer, Frankie R So
Niednagel, Harvey A Sr., IUU
Ntehaus. Thomas R, Fr
Niemeier, Carlene E Fr
Ntethammer, Charlotte Fr
Ni1es.Constante S bo.
Nixon, Gaylon K. jr
Noah, Marilyn Fr , 115,104
Nolen, Gary 'L Nc.
Nolling, Billyj Fr
Nord, Anne Fr
Nnrd,jerry W So
Nordan, Constance K, So , 177
Norclhaus, 1fV1Il1am E. Jr.
Norman, Natalie Nr.
Norris, Karen R So.,30,1l1,164
Northcut, Lynn E jr
Northenor. Thomas A So , 100.184
Northern, Forrest E So., 157
Nnwak,Dav1d M.jr., 127
Nunn, Carol S 5r,, 100,110,164
Nurrenbern, Gerald W. Fr.
Nutty. Dennisj. So, 185
Obermeter, Donald R. So
Obert, Gregory A Fr
Othsner, Bill R So.
U'Connor,john D. Fr
O1'1'erman, Nancy L. Sr,
Uhan1an,Dav1d E jr , 1,21
Ohlrogge, Marilyn B Sr., 100
Oldham, Pamela A, Fr , 137,175
Oliver, Robert M So,,62,11I8,121
O'Neal.jnhn E So.,'108,I19
O'Neil, Karen L Nc.
Oppenheimer, Doris M. jr
O'Re1llv. Charlotte F, Sr, 100,111
Ursburn, Dorothy V,Jr.
Osborne,ju1:lith L. Sr., 100
Osborne, William H ,jr,, So.
Osbourne, William E Fr
Oskins. Cindyj. Fr
Osktns, William M Fr , 164,184
Ostcrmetcr, Robert L 100,154
Oswald, Blaine R. Fr ,
Otis, Roland H.,Jr ,Sr
Otten, Terry L, Fr, 186
Oursler, Leonard L ,jr. So.
Ovcrby, Marthaljr , 181
Overby, Marykl. Fr., 173
Overman, Sharon S. So.
Overton, john W. So
Owen, Elizabeth L, Sr., 100,154,159
Owen,James K Sr , 100,121
Owen,Jerry M Sr . 100,164,141
Owensby, Mary A So.,155
Ozbolt,Alames R Fr , 183,70
Padd1i'k,SandraJ So , 176
Palmer, Susan R. S11 , 32,115
Pampe, Anne E. Sr,, 100,1l1,150,
Parish. Lloyd 15.511
Park, Fred W jr.
Parker, Bettyjane bu
Parker. Caroline V. So., 68,174
Parker, Garyj. Nc
Parks,S1uar1 E.So , 70
Parmley, William R ,jr bo
Parrish, William F ,jr ,Jr
Parsons,john W. 'Fr
Partington, William S Pr.
Paschal,-leanetta M, Fr., 13,164,138
Pascoe, Kathleen R. Fr., 115
Pathcrg, Melba Sr , 100
Pattcrsun,judith A Fr,175
Pattie, Mark L. So
Pattison, Mary L Su
Patlomjeanette M So
Pat1on,judith A. Fr
Patton, Robert G. Fr
PauIen,john T, Fr , 123
Paulen, Richard W. So , 123,71
Pauli.Cart1l B. Fr.
Paulson, Sharon F jr.
Pavichevifh, Dennis Fr., 125
Payne. William R jr , 62
Pearce, Pamelaj Fr,, 68,175
Pearman, julia A Nc
Pearson, Elaine N Fr , 175
Peck, Gary G.jr , 100
Pelton, David W Fr , 121
Pendley. Curtis W Fr
Pennington, Patricia A Fr , 160,161
Pepper, Frank R Fr
Per, Alanj. So., 127,71,52
Perigo, Donald R. Su., 127
Perigo, Linda L Fr
Pe-r1gt1,L1nda S. So , 150
Perkins, Barbaraj. So , 137
Peter, MarthaA Fr 156.179
Peters, Donald E. Fr
Petersen, Robert H.jr , 157,186
Petr,jean A.jr., 30,100,115
Plender, Mary R Fr
P1'lug, David D, Fr , 123,71
Pheasant,-loC, So , 115
Phelan, Vickie L, Sr
Phelps, Robert E. Fr , 121
Phillips, Carolyn S, Fr,
Phillips, Darryl W Sr , 52
Phillips, Doris A Fr.
Phillipsxlantce L. Sr
Phillips, Ronald E. Sr , 130
Phipps, Michael H. bo.
Pickle, Carolyn R. Fr., 176
Pickrellulames W.jr , 157
Pierce,Dav1d E. So, 152
Pierrard. Geneva A. Fr
Pike, Anthony R , Fr
Pinkston, Karen 5,511
Pio, btephen D. Fr
Pitts, Constance L. bo.
Plalord, Gary R Fr.. 163
Plank. Martha E Fr , 113
Pledger. john D Fr , 156
Plummer, Donnaj br , 1U0
Plump, Wayne E Sr , 101
Plymate,judith A. Fr ,20,68,147,16-1
Poelhuis, Lori A Fr
Rains, Douglas L, Fr., 183
Rakow, Donald E.jr
Raley, Ralph N Fr.,161
Raltey, Earl W Fr.
Ramey,jon C Fr,, 157,184
Ramey, Paul E, Sr , 121
Ramsdcn, Donald E.. So, 127,71
Ramsey, Donna L. Sn., 174
Ramsey, Maryj. Fr.
Raperulimmy L jr,, 62
Rapp, Stephen H. Sr
Rathgeber, Hardin L. Sr , 156
Rathke, Bryan F.jr ,67
Rauscher, Larry L, So., 183
Rawlinson, Richard A. So
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Raymjames A Fr
Raymond, Gordon, A. Fr.
Rea,james R. Fr.
Rea,jane B Fr
Reasor, Gary P So.
Reasor, Thomas W, Sr , 101,139
Reaves, Freddie D. Fr
Record, Marthaj Fr , 154,173
Redding, Jimmie D. Fr.
Redden, Sandra R. Fr
Redman, Richard Fr.
Redmon, Thomas L So
Reed, Cnnstancej. So,
Reed, Michael W, Fr
Reed, Victoria L, Fr
Reeder, Kathleen S. So., 11:
Reeves, Danny L So
ReFlett. Barbara D So,
Reffett. Stephen L. Fr
Reich, Harriet A. So
Reid, Ruth W.Sr.,101
Reidhaar, Stephen P, Fr.
Reine, Thomas A.jr,
Reiners. Carol L Sr
Reising, Robert L.. bo., 127
Reiter,Gary W So.
Renfrow, Barbara G Fr
Rengers, Sherry-1. So., 177
Renner, Michaelj Sr , 1U1,139
Renner, Mehl W So.
Renshaw, Maxie E jr.
Retlig, Roy R So
Reuber, David B. Sr
Reuber, Stanleyj So
Reutter. Tuyzanne Fr , 138
Rexing, Kenneth R Fr
Reynolds, lrisj jr.
Reynolds, Stevenj. Fr.
Rhodes. Edward C.jr., 127
Rice, Garland G. So , 127,71
Rice, Sandra L. Fr
Rice, ThomasW -jr.,125
Rich, Richard C. Fr.
Rich, Rosalie Fr , 176
Richard, William R. Fr , 183
Richards, David W. Nc
Richards, Marsh K. Fr.. 162,175
Richards. Norman P.jr., 157,131
Richardson, Carol L, Fr., 137
.Cynthia A. jr
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Richardson, Sarah C So., 113
Richardt. Thomas E. Fr.
Richmond, Evelyn B. Fr.
Ricketts, Carole R. So., 181
Rickettsulohn E So.
Ricketts. judilh D. Sr , 101,156
Poinsetle, Gene 123
Pointer, Robert E Fr
Poland, Patricia A, So
Beverly A. Fr.
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Christina M Fr,113
Donna L. Fr , 173
Elaine C. Fr , 172
Winona R. Sr , 101,170
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Pottinger, Robert G Fr , 183
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Powell, Gary D. br., 101
Powell, Paula L jr.
Powers, Alanj. Fr.
Powers, Donna K So , 148,149,131
Powers,john M. Sr
Powless, Ronald R. So , 121
Praay, Martha E Fr., 175
Prater, Terry M.Jr
Prather, Larry K. Fr , 182
Pratt, Howard W. So , 58,121,181
Preece, Phillip P Fr
Preis, Richard M. Fr
Prelepa, Michelle L. Fr., 173
Prell, Donnaj. So., 113,138
Prcske, Lois A. jr
Presley, Meredith Nt
Press, Daniel E bo
Price,jane E. Fr , 174
Price, Frederick T. Sr
Pride, Gary L. So,
Prince. Rebecca A. Fr
Pritchard, Elizabeth A. Fr,
Pruiett, Anthony R. Fr
Pugh, Steven R. Fr
Riepe, Stephen S. Fr.. 127
Riggs, David W. So.. 43,59,121,61,57
Riley, Diana S. So.
RiIey4 Mary G Fr.,155
Riley, Stephen L Fr.
Rimstidt, james P.jr.
Rinehart, Richard R. So
Rinker, Norman L. Fr., 154,183
Rinsch, Arnold M. Sr., 101
Risell, Lynne R. Sr,, 101,116
Risemas, Richard L. So., 121
Ritchie, Ruth A So,,154,163,173.140
Ritz, MaryC So,
Ritz, Merrill A. So.
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Ritzel, Stephen K. So , 143
Robbins, Keith M, So
Roberts, Brenda E Sr
Roberts, Daniel C.
Roberts, Evans, S. So
Roberlson,judy K. So.
Robertson, Kay A Jr,,143
Robertson, Lola E. Fr
Robinson, Barbara F.Sr.,1111,10'J,115
Robinson, Bernard, R jr , 119
Robinson, Emma L. So, 155,137
Robinson, Lyndell K Fr
Robinson, Mary M. Fr , 173
Phyllisj. Sr., 101,153,155
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Rode, Ralphj Jr.,jr.
Roe, Conrad L. Fr.
Roe, Robert A. So., 71,127
Roeder, Robert C. Fr.
Roeder, Wesley D Sr,
Roell, Susan K Sr , 101,116,153
Thomas M Fr , 31
Purcell, Glenda L Fr , 162,163,140
Purdue, Barbara L. Fr , 173
Louise C. Fr
Thomas A. Fr
Putt, Irvin D. Fr.
Pyle,john G. So
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Qualls, Larry A. So
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Rabcn, Tom 127
Raber,john E. Fr
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Radnor,je1Trey A. So , 125
Raeburn, Douglas Fr.
Donna R. Fr.
Raibley, Bruce D. Fr
Raibley, Stephen O Fr
Roettger, Alvin G. So.
Roettger, Rae A. Fr.
Rogers, Helenj. Fr,
Rogers,john S Fr,,12
Rogge, Rose, C. So.
Rohller, Charles R. Sr., 101,123,152
Romain, Gloria J. Fr.
Roose, Richard W. Fr., 186
Root, Wesley D. Fr.
Rose, Larry E. Fr., 163
Roser, Nancy L Sr , 20,69,101,109,
Ross, Betsy C.So,,22,42,114,115,138
Ross, Linda L,Fr,,143
Ross, Robert R. Fr.
Ross, Sharon L. Sr., 38,102,111,131,
Roth, Carolyn S. Fr., 175
Rothschild, Stephen T. Fr., 27
Roufeh, Fouad Fr.
Row, Richard D. Fr.
Royster, Robert A.,jr.jr.
Rubin, Molly L. Fr., 115
Rui1unLin,,.Xnil.l 51 Sr,1112,111,I3t1
Rurklnan, lI1i.n'les.'X, Fr , 123
Rucgcr, junkie R Sn
Rucgcr, '1'hum.is.j..jr , 102,103
Ruggicr. Ruth U jr
Russ, Nlifhaul K Fr , 127
Russell, Dennis K, Fr
RusscIl,1JonaId1.,hr , 102,162
1iussf1l,Ua:0rgcB.Sr , 100,139
Russc1l,Aj.inl: A Fr , 181
Rusl, Henry CI. Fr. p
Ru!ig1innr1,17r.ink1inD jr ,17
Rymhcncr, Lynda S. Fr
Salurno,CIhar1n-s H jr., 161
S.1nrIcr,Eri1j 15r,, 111,132,182
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Sanr1ers,,jack l.. Fr.
Sanders, Linda R, hu., 170
Sanders, Su-phcn,-X Fr
Sanders, Toni A. Fr.
S.1nI'nrr1. Barbara A. Sa, 113
Santini, Leo H. Fr
Sar1cs,james S. So
Sarlore, Alan IZI
Salin,N1aurlcc 5.jr , 102,136
Sauuer, Sheryl L.
Sralcs, R.l1phW .jr,,S-1,127.52
Scales, William 13 5r,,102
Sfea, N1uryR 50,111,160
Srhuffstcin, Ruhcri1Y Fr , 156
hchapker,A1an A. Fr
Scheidler, Thomas C1 Sr , 1112
Srhc11hasv:.Danlc1j So., 211,-13.129,
Schelosky, Sue A. So , 1-1,111
Schenlgjames L Fr
Scherzinger, William R Fr
Srheu,-james R So.
Schiele, Marc H. Fr
Schilling, Gail A Fr , 172
Schl.1chler,A1berl L.jr., 1112
Sch1a1nsker,David L j 511,127,123
Schlcnsker. Glen R Fr
Sch1osser,janelC Su, 30,173
Sch1undl,Roberla L,5o , 111,137
Schmidt, Carol A. Su
Schmidt. Lugcne A, Fr
Schmidyjarnes E So
Schmidyjcrry W, 157
Snhmidnjune E Fr
Schmidl,Sanr1ra S, Sr , 1112
Schmitt, Linda D. Fr
Schmitt, Sharon A. So , 115,156
Schnapl, Marian L. Fr , 116,156
Schnarr. Marilyn Kjr.
Schnarr, Richard L, Sr., 102
Srhneck, Cheryl L.jr
Schneider,A1anc1a L. Fr,, 30,115
Schneider. Donna M Fr
Schne1der,Ccra1d A, So.
Schneidenjamcs C, Sr, 102,150,100
Schrader, Bernard L So., 1133
Schrader, Stephen R. Sr., 155,139
Schreiber, Bruce A. So
Schreiber, Mark E. Fr.
Sehriherujack B, So,
Sehrieler, Victor V. Sr
Schroeder, Frederick C Fr
Schuble, David M Fr , 164
Scl'1u11e,Gary M. jr.
Sfhullheis, Terry A, S0 , 127
Schultze, Marjorie D, Fr,, 173
Schulte, Sharon R. Fr
Schulz Ste hen E Fr 164
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Scott, Carolyn So , 175
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Seifert, Connie L, Fr , 173
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Shackelford, Susan Sr . 153
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Shain, Marilyn S, Fr . 155
Shannon, Patricia M, Fr , 154,159,172
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Campus Leaders 142
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Cap and Gown 132
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Class Oflicers 146
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