University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)
- Class of 1967
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University of Evansville
Julia Low, editor-in-chief
Susan Kifer, managing editor
Donna Powers, campus editor
Mrs. Jeane Young, advisor
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There are certain high points in each person's life which
he tucks away in an obscure corner of his mind and remem-
bers only on special occasions when something happens to
The life of a college is much like that. The events which
make a college grow are tucked away in the college history
and forgotten until something special comes along to revive it.
Something very special has happened this year-Evansville
College has become the University of Evansville. So what
more appropriate time could there be than this to search the
obscure corners of the University's history to discover what
events made the school grow.
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Nineteen hundred and sixty-seven is a proud year indeed
for the school because it is the year Evansville College became
the University of Evansville.
The milestone in our history came when the 1967 Indiana
Legislature in session at Indianapolis passed an act amending
the college charter to read Hthe University of Evansvillef,
The college did not come of age over night, nor did one or
two events make the difference. Rather, one hundred and
thirteen years of growth and development, physical and
scholastic, made the University what it is today.
Our growth into a university began. over a century ago at
Moores Hill, Indiana, in Dearborn County. In the autumn of
1853, Reverend W. W. Snyder, a member of the Southeast
Indiana Conference of the Methodist church and agent for
Brookville College, went to Moores Hill to solicit funds for
Brookville College. He obtained a pledge from John C.
Moore, son of the pioneer settler of Moores Hill. Mr. Moore
became interested in a similar institution near his home.
The idea of a college grew in Mr. Moorels thoughts and he
invited friends and neighbors to discuss the matter. By Decem-
ber 20 articles of association were drawn up at the local
Methodist church and signed by interested citizens. On jan-
uary 10, 1854, a charter under an act of the state legislature
was granted marking the founding of the Moores Hill Male
and Female Collegiate Institute, the first co-educational col-
A three-story brick building was constructed on land do-
nated by john C. Moore and Morton justice. Classes began
in the uncompleted structure on September 9,1856, and the
building was Finished on December 1. The college had two
courses of study, classical and scientific, for its students.
Administration Building and Evansville College sign
That first year there were eight faculty members for the 197
students, 66 in the college department and 131 in the pre-
paratory department. Reverend Samuel R. Adams was the
first college president. jane S. Churchill Kahler, the First
graduate of Moores Hill, received her degree in 1858.
Laying the Administration Building corner stone
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The school was just beginning to grow when the Civil
War interrupted. The volunteer call for the army took most
college men leaving Moores Hill little more than a girls'
Times were very difficult for the new college, but the
school survived the war only to face hnancial and enrollment
problems from time to time for the next 50 years. In 1887,
the college changed its name to Moores Hill College.
The college saw a succession of presidents during those
years. After President Adams left his ofhce, Robert F. Brew-
ington took his place for a few months in 1863. When Presi-
dent Brewington joined the army, William O. Pierce hlled
Following presidents were Thomas Harrison, Dr. john H.
Martin, Francis A. Hesterulohn P. D.hIohn,J. H. Doddridge,
L. G. Adkinson, George P. jenkins, Dr. Charles W. Lewis,
Dr. Frank Clare English, Dr. William S. Bovard, Dr. Harry
Andrews King, Dr. Andrew Bigney and Dr. Alfred F.
Among the advancements made in spite of financial trou-
bles was the organization of a normal department for training
teachers during a four-year course in 1870. Annual enrollment
began to increase to 200 or 225 students each year.
Equipment was improved, a gymnasium was built and a
girls' dormitory was purchased near the turn of the century.
In 1903, a fourth building was purchased for a science hall.
Student enrollment rose to 234 in 1907 with a graduating
class of 26, the highest in the history of the college. The in-
stitution, at last, seemed to be progressing smoothly. Plans for
a new 337,000 college building were formulated.
To Hnance the building, an appeal was made to Andrew
Carnegie, the steel manufacturer, to donate half of the cost,
818500, which he willingly contributed. With other addi-
tional funds, the new building was dedicated on june 18,
1908, and it was named Carnegie Hall in honor of the major
donor. The next school year classes were transferred to the
hall. A short time later a president's home WaS EllSO completed.
Moores Hill College campus with Carnegie Hall Center
The curriculum of the college was extended to 14 depart-
ments to meet the standards of the University Senate of the
Methodist Church. But the limited number of faculty mem-
bers were unable to cover all departments adequately. Two
of the largest departments established were in the areas of
home economics and agriculture, for which a tract of land
Once again financial difiiculty caused the college to con-
sider seeking aid. In October, 1915, it was suggested by the
Methodist Board of Education that the college seek affiliation
with DePauw University. A meeting of olficials of both
schools was held a year later at Indianapolis to formulate
plans for the affiliation. Moores Hill College was to be con-
trolled by DePauw it was decided. The college was to con-
tinue as a junior college with normal courses, music classes,
Bible, economics, domestic science and agriculture.
Plans for the change were still underway on an eventful
day, November 4, 1915. On that day a fire burned the main
building beyond repair. After it was determined that rebuild-
ing the building was hopeless, negotiations with DePauw
came to an end. The Class of 1916 was the last one to com-
plete a four-year course at Moores Hill College.
The next fall, Moores Hill re-opened in the remaining
buildings as a junior college with a few special courses in
music, domestic science and agriculture. The trustees voted
to start a 3100,000 endowment campaign in order to con-
tinue as ajunior college permanently.
But in the meantime, George S. Clifford, an Evansville
businessman, convinced the local Chamber of Commerce and
Mayor Benjamin Bosse that it would be beneficial to the city
to bring Moores Hill College to Evansville. However, rep-
resentatives of Seymor, Indiana, had the same idea.
After both cities presented their proposals to Moores Hill
administrators, Dr. john Hancher, director of financial cam-
paigns for the Methodist Board of Education, was invited to
Evansville to discuss the possible move. On March 11, 1917,
the Chamber of Commerce was able to pledge to raise
3500,000 if the Indiana Methodist churches would raise an
equal amount for the college.
To further convince the representatives of Evansvillefs need
for the institution of higher learning, Mr. Clifford made a
map showing colleges within the Tri-state area, each with
a circle around it with a radius of 50 miles. This map showed
that not a single circle touched the Evansville area, already
a well-populated city.
After hearing the report of the Moores Hill representative,
President Alfred Hughes concluded that Moores Hill Col-
lege should relocate at Evansville. He further proposed that
the standing structures be given to Moores Hill for community
school use and that one building on the new campus QMoore
Hall Residence for Womenl be named for john C. Moore,
founder of the college.
In june, 1917, the junior college graduates were given
Associate of Arts degrees and the campus doors were closed
at Moores Hill, Indiana. A total of 487 men and women
were graduated from the college over 61 years.
Guided by President Hughes, the Evansville Chamber of
Commerce successfully raised the cityfs proposed funds be-
tween March 30 and May 3, 1917. With large donations
from the Rosencranz family, Francis Reitz, members of
Trinity Methodist Church and with the efforts of Mayor
Bosse, the fB500,000 was raised. Next, the First Congres-
sional District, surrounding Evansville, began to raise
the second portion of the total. The total financial campaign
including the matching funds donated by the Indiana Con-
ference ofthe Methodist Church ended December 20, 1917,
with a grand total of one million dollars.
At last a campus site could be purchased. After much con-
sideration, the 70-acre tract of land on which the University
of Evansville is located was purchased. Meanwhile, a charter
was granted to the newly located school, named Evansville
College, by the Indiana Legislature and signed by Governor
james P. Goodrich on February 17, 1919.
The following September classes opened in temporary
quarters in the downtown area. Rooms in the Adath Israel
Synagogue between Fifth and Sixth Streets on Vine, the
Y.M.C.A. and Central High School were used for classes.
A few resident students were housed in Sweetser Hall for
Women and Excelsior Club, a dorm organized by men.
Nine professors were selected to compose the faculty: An-
drew Bigney, Charles Torbet, G. R. Franklin, Lucy jenkins
Franklin, H. L. Goumez, Olaf Hovda, Elizabeth Cowan,
C. W. Shumway, Eugene McCartney. When the college
opened on September 16, 1919, there were 104 students
registered. By the end of the first year, 303 students had en-
Governor Goodrich formally opened the college during
ceremonies on November 20 and 21. The first issues of the
student newspaper, "The Crescent," which first appeared
on October 21, carried stories of the opening festivities and
published that the State Board of Education had accredited
the department of education as a normal school for teachers
on a two-year program. Another story informed the students
that the late Levi Gilbert's 2,800 books had been given to the
college to start a library.
Even as school started, plans were well underway for the
Administration Building on the east side campus. It was dedi-
cated on june 16, 1922. The four-story Indiana limestone
building cost l5300,000. A
Mayor Ben Bosse, center, and james Scarborough, architect, break
ground for Administration Building on May 5, 1921.
The year 1922 also brought recognition by the State Board
of Education of ECI as a standard four-year college. The l,inCI,
meaning Life in College, also came into existence that year.
The annual was edited by Ralph Olmsted, now business man-
ager ofthe University.
The school continued to grow under the administration of
President Hughes, who resigned in 1927. Dr. Earl Harper
succeeded him and served until 1936. During Dr. Harper's
administration, the curriculum was re-arranged into three
divisions: humanities Cfour departmentsj, science Cfive de-
partments, and social science Cthree departmentsj
A gift of Mr. and Mrs. john L. Igleheart made possible
the erection of a president's home on Rotherwood Avenue. It
was the only building constructed on the campus between
1922 and 1947 though some temporary frame buildings were
moved onto the campus in 1947.
Gov. james Goodrich signs charter of Evansville College Feb. 17, 1919.
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Dr. Marion Smith was president from 1936 until 1940.
His term was a difhcult one for once again financial prob-
lems faced the college. As a result, suggestions were made to
give the college over to municipal control or to come under
the direction of Indiana University.
In 1940, Dr. Lincoln B. Hale became president. Under
Dr. Hale's leadership a large advancement came to EC in the
form of the establishment of an -Evening College, now the
Community College. For years some professors had met in in-
formal class groups in the evenings if the students chose to do
so. The Evening College at once became a strong tie between
the adults of the community and the college.
During World War II, enrollment dipped again. In
1940, there had been 527 students. But 1943 found only 286
enrolled. By 1945 there were 456, and attendance jumped
to 1,502 the very next year.
A rapid building program began in 1947 with the con-
struction of the 3750,000 Engineering-Science Building.
About the same time alumni and friends of EC decided that
the students needed a student building to replace the TUB or
Temporary Union Building, a former Red Cross canteen lo-
cated where the new classroom building now stands.
Funds were raised and construction began in November,
1949, on the McCurdy Memorial Union, which was to be a
living memorial to honor students and alumni who gave their
lives in World War II.
After President Hale resigned in 1954, Dr. Melvin W.
Hyde came to the campus. Dr. Hyde, who has resigned effec-
tive this September, has seen the greatest number of changes
take place on the campus. The succession of buildings has
been rapid: Clifford Memorial Library, 1956, Hughes Hall
Residence for Men, originally occupied by women, 1958,
Bookstore and cafeteria addition to the Student Union, 1959,
Moore Hall Residence for Women, 1960, Hovda, Franklin,
Bigney and Torbet Residence Houses, purchased in 1960,
Krannert Hall of Fine Arts and Wheeler Concert Hall,
1962, Carson Center for Health and Physical Education,
1962, Harper Residence Dining Center, 1964, Neu Chapel,
1965, Shanklin Theatre and Hyde Hall, 1967, Hale Resi-
dence for Men, 1966, and Brentano Residence for Women,
Functioning only as an undergraduate school until 1965,
EC took a step toward university status when the Division
of Graduate Studies was established in the summer session of
1965. The program included courses for elementary and
secondary teachers in 12 major areas, and will be expanded in
the future. The graduate faculty includes 31 professors under
a graduate council including Dr. Ralph Coleman, Dr. Nicho-
las Brown, Dr. Marvin Hartig, Dr. james Morlock and Dr.
At the present time buildings on campus have been con-
structed at a total cost of approximately 11 million dollars.
And plans for still more construction are under consideration.
The marked stafii increase is also a visible indication of the
growth of the University of Evansville. The faculty has in-
creased from nine teachers in 1919 to 154 in 1967.
Enrollment increased from 1,624 students in day school
in 1960 to 2,859 in 1967. In addition to the day students,
there are 2,016 students enrolled in the Community College
The growth in all areas at EC came intosharp focus on
March 15,1966, when President Hyde explained the decision
of the Board of Trustees of Evansville College to change
the name of Evansville College to the University of Evans-
Dr. Hyde said, "We are now larger than a number of
schools which call themselves universities. A university
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represents a group of colleges and that is what we have.
'lOn several occasions in recent years I have referred to the
future plan for changing the name of Evansville College to
the University of Evansville. I have pointed out that the major
diliierence between a college and a university involves size as
well as the number of administrative educational units.
"Last fall the college enrolled about 2,800 full-time and
2,200 part-time students. We have a School of Engineering,
a School of Nursing, a Community College, and an ac-
credited masteris degree graduate program for the training
of teachers. Other areas where there are possibilities for ad-
ministrative changes include Liberal Arts, Business Admini-
stration and Economics, Fine Arts and Education." Dr. Hyde
went on to explain that 'luniversityn now accurately describes
Yes, 113 years after its founding the University of
Evansville has come of age in the world of education.
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Pam Yzturght and Bill La-
tculerc found each other
even hclore removing their
masks. Zeta 'Iliu Alpha
sponsored the Nliirdi Gras
dance lor the entire cam-
Pat Depriest, senior, was crowned honorary Cadet Col-
onel by President Melvin Hyde at the Military Ball. A
member of Angel Flight. other candidates were Janis
Bierod, senior and Sandra Tychsen,,junior.
james Farmer, a founder of CORE, spoke in the Great
Hall as part of the Richard E. Meier Lecture Series.
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Informaljam sessions proved very popular to the student body, especially those living on campus.
The Aqua Angels presents a water show entitled L'Fr0ntier Daze" in Carson Center.
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Challenge Established Coalitions
ln the spring a student's thoughts turn to elections-
Student Government Association elections, that is. The SGA
elections are held each spring as the students chance to voice
their opinions in the governing policies ofthe school.
This year two new parties were formed as a result of dis-
satisfaction with present administrative decisions. AWAKE
and the Student Independent Party were formed by groups of
EC students who felt that more representation was needed in
school politics. These new coalitions contended with the es-
tablished parties, the All-Campus Party and Action Party.
Dick Werking, senior, declares his political views on the Soap
Box on the Union Building steps.
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Gorden Stein was the presidential candidate of the newest
political party, AWAKE. Dennis Beadles led a slate of candi-
dates for the Student Independent Party, while Steve Dinnsen
represented the All-Campus Party and jim Browning was the
Action Party Candidate.
Pre-election polls showed a majority of students splitting
their votes among the four parties, but actual poll results de-
clared the Action Party the winner.
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Steve Dinnsen and Sue Blaine, All-Campus candidates for president and treasurer re
spectively, discuss campaign strategy.
Four parties, two of which are new coalitions, nominated candidates for SGA President. They are from left to right: Dennis Beadles, Stu-
dent Independentg Gordon Stien, AWAKEg Steve Dinnsen, All-Campus andklim Browning, Action,
Steve Baresic campaigned for All-Campus on election day.
jim Browning discusses the Action Party with his campaign manager
ccMisallianee," c'Summer and Smoke"
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Paula Powell. portraying Lina Szchepanowska. is lifted into the air by Mike
Pullin, old Lord Summerhays, in "NIisalliance."
Paula paints a scene for Lord Summerhays in the comedy presented this
spring in the old East Cllgissroom Theatre, which closed at the end ofthe sea-
son with the construction of Shanklin Theatre.
Close Old Theatre
"Summer and Smoke" and "Misalliance,', two plays deal-
ing with the social problems of a past era, were the farewell
productions in the old East Classroom Theatre building.
Tennessee Williams' g'Summer and Smokel' deals with the
continual struggle between the spiritual and physical aspects
of life and love, while George Bernard Shaw's "Misal-
liance" pokes fun at the social class structure of England and
the problems of parent-child relationships.
Marcia Bennett, senior, received the best-performance-of-
the-year award for her portrayal of the role of Alma Wine-
miller, a lady torn between Puritan ideals and love for a young
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Julie Gerard portrays the sensuous Rosa Gonzales, who is one of the barriers between Alma and john Buehananjr. in "Summer and Smoke."
Rosa's father, Everett McGuire, threatensxlohn, Ormin Brown, waml.
Alma talks to young John Buchanan played by Steve Bayer, in a prelude to
Ormin Brown pleads with Marcia Bennett, Alma, but his words are not heeded. the play which was presented in the "theatre-on-the-round" fashion.
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Connie Hughey was crowned Miss Evansville College after winning the Miss Congeniality award which is pre-
sented bythe other beauty contestants.
Spring Weekend on Campus
A 5'2" physical education major who believes that the
American people should take care of what is unearest and
dearest to us firsti' captured the Miss Evansville College
crown during the fourth annual Sprocket Festival on cam-
Miss Connie Hughey, a senior from Carmel, Ind., was
chosen over twelve other co-eds for her poise, personality,
beauty, and intelligence.
As Miss Evansville College, Connie was the official
hostess over all the Spring Weekend activities and was the
Evansville representative in the Miss Indiana contest.
Immediately following the beauty pageant, an informal
kick-off dance was held in the main parking lot.
Saturday afternoon the Lambda Chi Alpha team won the
"Big 39N bike race for the fourth year.
Saturday evening the activities drew to an end with another
dance in Carson Center featuring semi-professional talent
from Indiana University.
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ning the "Big 39f'
For the fourth straight year Lambda Chi Alpha
fraternity captured the "Big 39" bike trophy at
Lambda Chi placed fourth in the qualifying runs
and started out in fourth position. They kept up
with the leaders at the beginning but did not wear
themselves out. After a few laps, however, they
moved into first place and never relinquished the
Finishing second in the race was Dorm ll. Other
teams were Tau Kappa Epsilon, third, Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, fourth, Sigma Phi Epsilon, fifth,
Dorm I, sixth, and Kappa Alpha Psi, seventh.
The riders on the Lambda Chi team were Don
Blemker, Bill Carr, Skip Borre and Dave Riggs.
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released from the hospital.
Large crowds gathered to cheer for their favorite teams at the Boonville track.
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May Honors Day
Darlene Harrison, Panhellenic president, presents
the Panhellenic award.
AOPi Sharon Ross sits on her throne reigning over the May Day events
on the front lawn of the campus on May 3.
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races on the circle during the afternoon.
108th Commencement Largest Ever
The class of 1966, the largest ever in the history ofthe school, assembles in Roberts Municipal Stadium to receive their diplomas-the end product
of four years effort.
Not all graduation exercises are formal.
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Richard E. Meier's commencement address was 'gFreedom's Holy Light-in the year 2000"
Mr. Meier is president ofthe Interstate Finance Corporation and the main contributor to the
Richard E. Meier Lecture Series fund.
Addressing the Class of 1966, Richard E. Meier advised the graduates
tojoin together with the enlightened "free men of your generation through-
out the whole worldl' and to become a "hinge of history." If this generation
can be wise enough and strong enough to keep HFreedom's Holy Light"
burning, we may lead mankind from disaster to a New Age of Man where
all will live peacefully for thousands of years. R
Larry Humes, all-American basketball star, returns to the
Stadium for the last time as a college student. The only
difference is that this time he is handed a diploma, not a
Richard E. Meier addresses the class.
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Students, students everywhere-you'll find them stand- scholarships, and financial aids. Several hours later and less
ing in line, waiting to be advised, and taking time from composed than before, the student emerges from fall regis-
hlling in class cards to meet new people. Freshmen and tration as a member ofthe largest Evansville College student
upperclassmen alike stand in six lines to receive class cards, body in history.
The hnancial aids office moved their ofiice temporarily
into the registrar's ofhce to meet the How of students as
they received their tuition payments for fall quarter.
All of the lines were long and slow-moving, including
the station where students payed their tuition and hous-
Ian Abbott was chosen Miss Watermelon Bust Queen at the Lambda Chi Alpha's Mr. Bruce Jaffray is presented the Dad of the Year trophy by Dr. Melvin
annual social opener.
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W. Hyde as Jim Browning, SGA President looks on. Mr. Jaffray is the
father of Gordon W.jafTray who is a member of the Aces football team.
Kathy Kirtley and Barney Ford, members of
the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship hand
out information to prospective members dur-
ing Activities Day in the Union.
Reflect Variety of
Dr. David Dressler, professor of sociology at Long
Beach State College, lectured on the effects of LSD
at the Union as part of the Richard E. Meier Lecture
Mr. Alan Brentano spoke at the dedication ceremony of the residence hall for women which was
named after his late uncle, Gus Brentano, Members of his family, Mrs. Nel Pursley Csecond from
lefty, housemother, and Dr. Melvin W. Hyde were also present,
The Icebreaker Dance is the First social dance of the year on campus and is designed to acquaint the freshman with EC, Karen Hicks, Beverly Grifhng,
Abby Utley, Nancy Freyburger, Sara Ehringer, Beth Neal, AlisonGumm, and Terri Goebel were Icebreaker Queen candidates. Nancy was crowned queen
byjim Browning President of SGA.
All-Campus won the top three of-
hces with Deena Butler winning the
office of treasurer,
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Students stand outside the Union Building waiting for prospective voters to enter. Split tickets and near ties characterized the voting as Paul Black CAc-
tionb won the senior class presidency over jim Havill CAll-Campusjflarol Werner was elected vice-president, Patty Halkowich took the oflice of senior
class secretary and Sue Blain won the ofhce of treasurer. Junior class president is Tom Bowman of Action Party. The All-Campus coalition won the other
offices with Jim Domina, vice-president, Gina Voight, secretary, and Betsy Ross, treasurer. Freshman class ollicers are W. Steve Noblitt, presidentg
Thomas Hayden, vice-presidentg Sherry Meddock, secretaryg and Greg Brown, treasurer.
Continues at Rapid Pace
With workmen still walking the halls of Brentano and Hale
Dormitories, students moved in for occupancy at the start
of the fall term. During the hrst weeks of school there were
small inconveniences such as a lack of hot water and drapes,
but somehow all survived the ordeal.
Hyde Hall was completed for winter term with new class-
room facilities for the education, drama and business depart-
ments. Shanklin Theater will feature a revolving stage and a
seating capacity for 500 persons.
All of the buildings are air-conditioned.
The mst to Walk the Corridors are the Construction Crews. A necessary part of all building is those things which will never be
seen when completed.
Shanklin Theater before opening night.
A symbol of progress is the harmony ofthe past blending with the present and future
hi and TEKE
Cop Top Honors
VVhile the annual Homecoming parade dominated the late
morning activities. in the afternoon of the final day of the
Homecoming celebration attention shifted to the traditional
football game. The first place display honors went to Chi Ome-
ga and Tau Kappa Epsilon, but despite their efforts to boost
the Aces spirit the St. .joseph Pumas defeated U of E by a score
of 14 to 7. In the evening, the special events of the Homecoming
celebration were brought to a close with a dance in the Univer-
sity's Carson Center.
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Cries of victory Filled the air as students gathered around the traditional bonfire, one of the first events of Homecoming Weekend.
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size of the Teke display that featured a
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Homecoming Was Busiest Ever . .
Marcia Reigned Gver Festivities
Marcia Wellemeyer sailed away with the Homecoming
Queen crown with the aid of her Alpha Gmicron Pi
AOPi sorority sisters borrowed sailor suits from the
Naval Reserve and a mobile ferry boat from the West
Side Nut Club to help Marcia's nautical oriented
Nlarcia, a sophomore elementary education major
from Huntingburg, was selected over seven other candi-
dates. Patty Dissette, representing Chi Omega, was
first runner-up, and Jan Boyer of Zeta Tau Alpha was
Honored by the EC Marching Band during half-
time ceremonies at the EC-St. Joe football game, Queen
Marcia also rode in the motorcade to Reitz Bowl.
Other queen candidates were Jeanne Binns, College
Court Apartmentsg Rose Cole, Alpha Tau Deltag
Jackie Garner, Phi Mug Anne Hodapp, Moore Hallg
and Mary Timpe, Brentano Hall.
Marcia is escorted from the platform in Reitz Bowl where she wasjust crowned
Homecoming candidates are: Rose
Cole, Mary Timpe, -Ian Boyer,
and Anne Hodapp. .S'l:'C.'U.VlJ
ROW: Pat Dissette,-jackie Garner
Marcia Wellemc-yer, and Jeanne
The student Union Building becomes the main campaign base for Homecoming Queen hopefuls on election day,
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Mary Koch, portraying the queen in "The Sign of jonahf, makes an entrance in a one-act play presented by the Evansville College Theatre. ECT
produced three one-acts to fill gap while Shanklin Theatre was being Finished.
One Act Plays Fill oid Until
Shanklin Theatre Opens with 'CHam1et"
jim Yeiser hammers a boot, one of many pairs worn by actors in
"Hamlet," the opening ECT production in the new Shanklin Thea-
tre. The opening of "Hamlet" was delayed by construction, but dra-
ma students opened up a cobbler shop and used their time out of
production to make 16 pairs of boots and many elaborate costumes.
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Thomas Dygard, chief ofthe Indiana Associated Press, spoke on campus House Minority Leader Gerald Ford CR-Michj told students it was time
january 27 under the sponsorship of Pi Delta Epsilon journalism frater- for the voting age to be lowered when he spoke on campus. Ford spoke on
nity. behalfof Rep. Roger Zion CR-Indj, seated, then a candidate for his office.
Varied Events Available to Students
The Student Union celebrated its "Sweet 16" birthday on january 17. The Union
birthday was observed with cake and punch for the students served in the Wooden Scott Baumgarmer was Chosen Master of Clerernonies for Musi-
Indian. Union Board member Jane Anderson, extreme right, cheeks the cake sup- cal Madness presented in April. Betty Wilson was general
ply. chairman of the program.
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Endure as CcGood Fung'
Rush parties, sorority walkouts, and informal bull
sessions are those things that will be the fond memories of
Phi Mu pledges 'fkidnappedw active Betsy Ross and
left for Indianapolis where the college was playing Butler
The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon conducted mock funeral
services for their fictional fraternity brother Pat Murphy
during the first frat party ofwinter quarter.
Pat Murphy mourned
Informal sessions that can start off as gossip often end in song
Betsy Ross took an unexpected trip to Indianapolis
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for his shadow. An unexpected Cold wave hit Evansville and transformed the usual
sunny campus into a winter wonderland in a matter of minutes. Groundhog's Day
,67 was a cold one.
Governor Roger D. Branigin, center, signs the bill which changed the name of Evansville College to The University of Evansville on February 17 Witness
ing the signing in Indianapolis are, left to right, C ouncilman William L Brooks representing Mayor Frank McDonald Rep Charles Abshier Rep Mrs Elsie
Barningg Senator Elmo Holder, Senator Sidney Kramer U of E Board of Trustees President Samuel Orr U of E President Melvin W Hyde U of E Board of
Trustees Treasurer Leland Feigelg Rep, Orville Huett and Rep Thomas Toon
Une of the most obvious changes to be made
around campus was the concrete sign facing
Lincoln Avenue. Al Espenlaub, Nick LeMaieh,
Leayne Silverman, and Miehelle Anderson de-
vised a temporary U. of E. sign to replace the
EC,s New Name,
Bill H-1037 in the Indiana House of Representa-
tives, introduced by Rep. Thomas Toon and Rep.
Charles Abshier, began the steps to change the name
of Evansville College to the University of Evansville.
The Bill passed the House with a vote of 85-0 on
January 26 after a speech by Rep. Toon stating that
EC was the second largest private school in Indiana,
second only to Notre Dame. On February 13, the Bill
passed the State Senate 39-0.
Then on February 17, the 48th anniversary of the
chartering of Evansville College by Governor james
Goodridge, Governor Roger D. Branigin signed the
Bill which oHicially changed the name of the school.
To more than 450 seniors of the class of 1967, the
change means that they are the first graduates of the
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Dr. Wallace B. Graves, President-elect ofthe University of Evans-
ville, is scheduled to take office in September.
In the midst of the change of the college status,
students are saying L'Good-byen to President Melvin
W. Hyde, probably the person most responsible for
the change of status of the college to a University.
President Hyde initiated plans to change the school
name a year ago.
When President Hyde leaves the campus this sum-
mer to go to his new home in Colorado, Dr. Wallace
B. Graves, Vice-president of Academics at the Uni-
versity ofthe Pacific, will take his place as President,
it was announced in January.
University Vice-president Dean Long and Busi-
ness Manager Ralph Olmsted are also planning to
retire after many, many years of service to the Uni-
Ro alt Reigns Supreme During
An all male vote proved that Phi Mu sorority was right
then they said, ult takes a lot of Ginger to make a good
'l'he male population on campus voted Ginger Summers,
a sophomore from Evansville, the 1967 Basketball Queen
over six other candidates.
As B-ball Queen, it was Ginger's duty to Crown Dave
Uehelhack the Bachelor ofthe Year at the stadium. A pre-
dentistry student from Mt. Vernon, Dave was the popular
Choice ofthe Coeds.
Candidates for Basketball queen were Carol Hart, Nloore Hall, xlira Allen, College Courts, Suzanne Hewitt. Alpha Omicron P1 SFC UND ROW
are Sharon Chandler, Zeta Tau Alpha, Ginger Summers, Phi Mu, jane Inglehart, Brentano Hall, and Pat Vote, Chi Ome a
The Coeds' choice for Bachelor of the Year was sophomore Dave Uebel-
hack. iPhoto courtesy ofthe Evansville Sunday Courier and Press.D
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As basketball queen, Ginger had a front row center seat for the game.
Bachelor of the Year candidates receive pampered attention, the desire ol
every male, They are Scott Baumgartner, Lambda Chi Alphag -jim Werne.
College Courts. SECIOXD ROW: Dave Uebelhaek, Sigma Phi Epsilong
Mike Harper. Tau Kappa Epsilong and Barney Osborne, Sigma Alpha
Formally clad students and faculty dance to the music of Bud Yaser's Orchestra in Carson Center on February 25.
First Prexy all Held on Campus
President Melvin W. Hyde and Mrs. Hyde were honored by the University
of Evansville students, faculty and administration at the First Presidents Ball,
which was in Carson Center on February 25. During the evening, the presi-
dents of all campus organizations and their escorts were formally presented to
the President and First Lady of the University during the March of the Presi-
The Union Board sponsored the gala affair with Bob Dishman, Marty Plank,
and Betty Wilson serving as coordinators. The school colors, purple and white,
were carried out in decorations.
Mrs. Dean Long serves punch to Karen Norris and Dave Schlansker.
Nick Haan and Chi O president Nira
Zuroske are honored during the
March of Presidents.
Sxx sentors were chosen by the faculty this sprung as Campus Notables students who have demonstrated outstandmg leadershxp and
have matntamed 1 3 00 average for the four quarters preeedtng electron The 1967 Not tbles are julie Low Ron ohnson Nl trctt
Faculty Selects Campus Notables and
Leaders from Semor Class of 6
Faculty members named I9 semors students who malntamed at least a 7 5 average and demonstrated leadershlp tn school actlvlttes as C tmpus l eaders
ROW ONE Lxnda Waren Mary Ttmpe Rose Cole V1ek1 Hay Norma Augustlne ROH 1 ll O Rosalee Buthenberger N1ra Zuroske C onme Dough
ty Sylvla Nenneker ean Coyle Ruth Bueskmg ROH YHREE Terry Ismg 1m ansen oe Corheld C Ray Winton 1m Brom mng Not ptttured
Stud Is Continuous . . .
Fall inter, Spring, Summer
Regardless of class or scholastic ranking, every student
on campus must come to the realization that studying is an
important prerequisite for any course. It is not unusual to
see classmates 'gcrackingl' books in the library, union, or
anywhere one can find a little solititude.
The frenzed atmosphere of the Indian or dorm room may
give an incoming freshman the idea that very little studying
is being done. just wait, finals come every 12 weeks-youlll
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Lambda Chi Alpha s Flag Football Champions ROW erry Jarboe, Doug Raeborn, Rich Risemas, and Brian
ONE Dan Stankie Skip Borre Ccoachj and Eric I-learn. ROW THREE: Don Blemker, Steve Raibley,
Sander ROW 7110 Paul lxrohne erry Freemand and Garry Bledsoe.
Lambda Ch1 Alpha ms Flag Football Trophy,
Ch1 mega Tops 1n omenls Volleyball
LCA survived the rugged Hag football season unbeaten
with a perfect 6-0 record by getting by second place TKE
in the First game ofthe season 19-7.
Chi Omega Sorority also proved themselves unbeatable in
volleyball competition by posting a 7-0 record to a 6-1 for
second place Alpha Omicron Pi.
LEFT' Members of Chi O's Volleyball Champs: Rosie Buchenberger,
Diane Black, and Linda Black. SECOND ROW: Mary Shafer, Gayle
Brooks, Becky Snyder, and Linda Topper. BACK ROW: Cheryl Becker,
Suzi Clark, and Suzan Vinton.
Tau Kappa Epsilon's First place swim-
ming team. FRONT? Mike Kurtz,
Kenley Gore, Mark Stephens, Bob Roe,
and Brad Wambach. H.'lClx': Bill .lor-
don, joe DeFur, Mike Hughey, Dan
Frick, Tom Haines, and Garry Hag-
strom. Not present was Chuck Leggett.
TKE-ZTA Win Swimming Awards i
Tau Kappa Epsilon nipped the Lambda Chils in the last
event of the meet to win 65-60. Hale Hall was close behind
with 54 points.
Zeta Tau Alpha's I-M Swimming Champions. FRONT' Linda Trott, In the Womens, division, Zeta Tau Alpha Won handily
Nancy Gregg, and Pat Askew. ON LADDER: Leah Jones, Leanne OVCF SCC0l'ld place Chi Omega 5l-35
Howerter, and Judy Dudley. Not present was Mickie Hirshman,
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Brad Wambach and Chuck Leggett, both swimming for TKE, prepare
to dive in Carson Center Pool during intramural action, Leggett, who
collected three blue ribbons, was the outstanding individual in the meet.
TKE's Basketball Champs are: Bob Roe Ccoachl, Alan Bender and Dick Minnette. ROW TWO:
Don Ramsden, Bob Graper, and Art Shoener. TKE finished the season unbeaten with a 7-0
TKE Rules I-
TKE's Bob Graper goes up for two more over the arms of
LCA's Doug Raeburn. Norm Tulley, Marty Umbarger, Dick
Minnette and Barry Allred are in the background.
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bound in the championship playoff game won by TKE 54-46.
Marty Umbarger 1295, Art Shoener Cleftj and Al Bender Cfar
rightj follow the action closely.
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Cheryl Becker of Chi Omega won the Womens' Tennis Cham-
George Whitfield, wrestling for LCA, has the situation well in hand minutes be-
fore he pinned Jim Helm of Hughes Hall. Whitfield has not lost a match in three
"' Denotes Spring of 1966
A O Pi
A O Pi
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One of the toughest matches resulted in the 185 lb. class when Mike
Dean CSig Epi and jim Domina CSAEQ paired off. Domina, on bottom
in this shot, came out on top 4f3.
First-Lambda Chi Alpha
Second-Tau Kappa Epsilon
Third-Sigma Phi Epsilon
125 lb. - George Berry
135 lb. - George Whitfield
145 Ib. - Bob Mills
155 lb. - Schlauch
165 lb. - Doug Rains
175 lb. - Don Crane
185 lb. - Nick Rutigliana
200 lb. - Larry Baggett
Heavy - Tony Hargrave
Referee Dave Davies signals an escape by Steve Ritter CSig Epb, but Steve
Maple of TKE seems to be in control. Maple went on to win.
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volleyball team, battle to return a slam during action in and Dan Stankie. ROW TWO: Rick Kingston, Darrel Adamsmlerryjarboe and Roger Beck.
Carson Center last fall,
TKE-LCA Win - hampionships
Tau Kappa Epsilon won the I-M softball championship with a 7-1 record, defeating LCA in a play-
off game. SEA TED: Steve Shawhan, Rusty Scales, and Tom Haines. STANDING: Alan Per, Bob Roe,
Art Shoener, Curt Hicks, Don Ramsden, Jim Beck, and Ed Cheaney. NOTPICTURED: Bob Hawkins,
Bob Grapenjerry Congleton, Bill Haverstick, and Gary jossa.
Bob Hawkins, below, demonstrates the form he used
to lead TKE in the pitching department by Firing
two no-hitters and 7-0 over-all.
E.C. Swimming ACES 1966-6
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don Bryant, Blanchard Shearer, Marty Wilson, and Tim Cham-
bers. ROW TWO: Mike Lodato, Bob Ross, Bill Kansowsky, Rick
Evansville College swimmers have built quite a
record for themselves since they began varsity com-
petition back in the fall of 1963. Coach jim Voorhees
gave up his position with the University of Minnesota
and came here in 1962 after the completion of
Carson Center. Since then he has put it to good
Five men, all since graduated, followed Voorhees
here from Minnesota without promise of aid. These
men, Terry Foran, Jim Hauser, jan Pearson, Dick
Schleicher, and Paul Jensen, formed the nucleus of
that First team in 1963-64 which posted a 6-3 record
and came in second in the ICC Conference. The
next year they won the title and sported a 10-1
record, losing only to SIU that year.
Over-all, the swim Aces had a 25-8 record
going into this years competition. A
They are 12-1 in ICC competition thus far.
Against Southeastern Conference opponents, they
have a perfect 6-0 record after three years. In the
NCAA Finals, they have placed thirteenth in 1964,
eighth in 1965, and fourteenth in 1966.
Cohn, Bryan Rathke, john Shatzer. and Ted Foland. ROII
THREE: Bruce Loveless, Steve Smith, ,lim Lilligan, Ron Watson,
David Schlansker, Tom Wolff, and Steve Allen.
Below: Swim coachjim Voorhees
Coach Voorhees times Ted Foland in a practice
session at Carson Center the day before a meet.
Foland won his event, the 200 yard individual
medley, all but once during dual competition.
fRightD Bryan Rathke gives teammate Steve
Allen a helping hand after a hard workout. Both
are freestyle swimmers. Rathke broke his own
100 yard freestyle record with a time of 51 .1.
The 800 yard free style relay team which placed
Sth last year in the NCAA Finals consists of
Jack Shearer, Tom Wolff, Bryan Rathke, and
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the diving chores for the Swimming Aces this year. Lil-
ligan set a new team record in diving by gathering 150.5
points against Principia. Bryant defeated the Missouri
State Diving Champ in the University of Missouri meet
by scoring 246.25 points. Both Lilligan and Bryant de-
feated the highly rated Rick Barnhill of Indiana State
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U of E s butterfly swimmer Mike Lodato turns on the steam in the 200
Members of the 400 yard medlay relay team are Bob Ross
Steve Allen, Dave Schlansker Ted Foland Bryan Rathke
and Tom Wolff
1966-67 Swimming Record
Indiana State University
, . . . UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
Ball State University
Indiana State University
. . . . University of Missouri
. . . . Union College
. . . . University of Alabama
. . . . Virginia Polyteeh Inst
. . . . DePauw University
WON-9 LOST 3
Graduating seniors from this years squad include Rick Cohn Uni ersity City Mo
john Shatzer, Ballwin, Mo.g Bryan Rathke, Austin Minn Tom Wolff Wilmette
Ill.g Dave Schlansker, University City, Mo and Marty Wilson Marshalltown
urple Aces End Season with
Too an Close Ones
Record First Losing Season Since 1960
Members of Evansville College's Basketball Team. ROW ONE: Darrel Rick Kingston, Don Wagner, Don Jordon, and Terry Atwater. ROW
Adams, Roger Miller, Herb Williams, Dave Harvey, Dave Riggs, and THREE: Coach Arad McCutchan, Dave Weeks, Doug Fillson, Tom Nie-
Woody Gordon. ROW TWO: Fred Lloyd, jerry Mattingly, Ronnie Bae, meier, Howard Pratt, Roger Beck, and assistant coach Roger Kerr.
The Ace's big three-Herb Williams, Tom Niemeier and
Howard Pratt-control the rebound in a win over Ball State.
Dave Riggs moves in to help out. QPhoto courtesy ofthe Sun-
day Courier and Pressb.
jerry Mattingly, who moved into a starting role when Darrel
Adams injured his knee, begins a break for the basket with 6 9
Tom Niemeier closing in on the scene. iPhoto courtesy of the
Coach Arad McCutchan in a moment of deep contemplation. CPhoto cour
tesy ofthe Sunday Courier and Pressb.
Howard Pratt goes after the ball as the Ace's Tom Niemeier, Ron john-
son and jerry Mattingly look on. CPhoto courtesy of the Evansville
U. of E. Opp.
109 .... .... C entral Missouri St. 80
105 ...4 ..-. N otre Dame 99 CO.T.D
83 . . --.- San Diego State 105
90 . - ---. San Fernando Valley 101
71 - . ---- Catholic University 73
89 . . ---. Seattle University 93 CO-T-l
72 . . --.- William and Mary 74
78 - . - .,-- Rutgers University 85
87 . . .... Ball State 90 CO.T.J
66 . . .--- Kentucky Wesleyan 68
73 . . ...- Stjosephls College 84
41 . . ---. Southern Illinois 55
75 . . .... Butler University 71
70 . . .... Valparaiso 69
87 . . . . . Ball State 84
90 . . ...1 Toledo University 100
78 .... .... D ePauw University 71
100 .... .... I ndiana State 101 10-T-l
61 . . . - . Valparaiso 71
96 . . . . . St.bIoseph's College 35
61 . . - - .Kentucky Wesleyan 74
65 . . . . -Butler University 68
84 . - - - -Indiana State 86
53 . . 1 . -Southern Illinois 30
73 . . . . .DgP3uW 70
Tom Niemeier goes up for two of the I3 points he
scored in his first appearance for the Aces. Wesleyan's
All-American Sam Smith attempts to prevent it. CPho-
to courtesy ofthe Evansville Pressl.
Dave Harvey Qbelowl has a determined look on his face as he at-
tempts to get out of the close quarters he finds himself in. iPhoto
courtesy of the Evansville Sunday Courier and Pressb.
Dave Riggs fleftl goes in for a lay-up
as Darrell Adams guards his way.
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Herb Williams frightj led the Aces
in scoring this year with a 19 point
average and was a top performer in
the ICC. Playing his third and last
year as a starter for the Aces, Herb
joins Ron johnson and Rick Kingston
at graduation this year. iPhoto cour-
tesy of the Evansville Courierj.
Frosh Aces Unbeaten,
Await Next Year
The Aces freshmen recorded a 7-O record and had some
real talent. Mike Owens, Kae Moore, Rex Morgan, Steve
Creekbaum, and Roger Cuth are several of the outstanding
frosh on the team.
Jr. Col. 89
74 So. Illinois 70
97 Indiana U. 83
97 Bellarmine 78
76 So. Illinois 58
89 Indiana State 74
81 Kentucky Wes. 69
Mike Owens frightl attempts to block a
pass during action in the freshmen's 97-83
win over the highly rated I.U. frosh. Tom
Collins moves in to help.
Football Aces Finish
4- -1 in lose Battles
Evansville's gridiron squad broke even in the won-and-
lost column and had one tie CBall State, 21-21, in their
first season under head coach jim Byers.
Byers, assistant coach last season, took over when coach
Paul Beck stepped down. Dave Davies, former coach in the
Bloomington, Ind., secondary schools, became assistant
The Aces finished fifth with a 2-1-3 mark in the
l.C.C., which was won by Ball State. The loss of fleet
ball carrier, Alan Per, who was injured in an auto accident,
plus other playing injuries and ineligibilities hurt the Aces'
Four EC players won honors in the I.C.C. Halfback
john Lidy won the punting title with a 39-yard average.
Named to the all-conference first team were guard Steve
Markwell, tackle Gordon Jaffray and Lidy. Sophomore
halfback Don Crane received honorable mention.
Four of the Aces' games were close battles. Besides the
Ball State tie, the Aces stopped Bradley, 7-6, lost to In-
diana St., 20-18, and beat Murray, 14-12.
fLeftD Quarterback Rusty Scales reaches for pass.
Halfback Steve Maple is snared after receiving punt.
Fullback Ken Mills struggles to evade Murray Stale tacklers.
Halfback Larry Hybert breaks through hole opened by fullback Ken
Mills C275 and tackle Bob Barmwart C751
Larry Hybert finds rough going as Murray tacklers close in.
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Team Members: ROW 7-Hybert, Floyd, Beck, Hayes, Crane, Burke,
Brandenherger, Maple, ROW 2-Loge, Scales, Hofmann, Domina,
Mills, Merrick, Dean, Havill, Burkhart, Lidy, Winings, ROW3-Coach
,jim Byers, Mankwell, Inzerello, Cengelbach, Otten, Carrara, Minnette
Groves, Meurer, Umbarger, line coach Paul Beck. ROIV-1-Bob Crane
Jaffray, Cook, Catlin, Banniwart,,Crannan, Hurst, Snyder, Harper, asst
coach Dave Davies.
7 Bradley 6
0 So. E. Mo. St. 21
21 Ball State 21
14 Depauw 7
7 Butler 26
18 Indiana St. 20
16 Valparaiso 7
14 Murray 12
14 St. Joe 20
CLeftJ EC Hallback Don Crane gets away from it all as Murray tries for
the extra-points after touchdown in the hnal seconds. The score then was
14-12, Aces. Murray missed its chance. ,
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Coach Don Ping, Tom Goergen, jim Brown, Cary Sipes, Paul Smith, Roger Tindle, Ken Weinzapfel, Dick Minnette and Oscar jeude, assistant manager.
Other team members not present when picture was taken are joe Loge and Dan Schellhase.
Rain Mars Aces,
Nine Tilts Canceled
2 Ky. Wesleyan 11
0 Ind. State 3
1 Ind. State 3
10 McKendree 6
1 Butler 2
6 Butler 7
3 St. joe 4
5 St. joe 2
7 So. E. Mo. 4
6 Ball State 8
1 Ball State 5
Baseball coach Don Ping retired in '66 after a long and fine career
with the Aces. Ping coached baseball from 1947 until 1966, I-Ie was
athletic director 16 years, 1946-62. I-Ie also washhead football coach,
1946-54. Before coming to EC, Ping coached all sports at Memo-
rial H,S., 1930-46.
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6 St. joe 1
6 Butler 1
6 Ky. Wesleyan 1
0 Indiana St. 7
O DePauw 7
3 Ball State 4
1 Purdue 6
Sam Euler-W 4, L 5
Tom Tighe-W 6, L 3
Tom Hyde+W 5, L 4
Bill Koch-W 5, L 4
Tony Brooks-W 4, L 5
EC Tennis team members are: KSTA ND1NGj Bill Koch, CoachjimVoorhees,T0m Hyde, and Anthony
Brooksg and fKNEEL1NGj Tom Tighe and Sam Euler.
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Evansville fielded its First track squad in 1966. The First-
year cindermen finished 2nd in two triangular meets and
lost one dual meet. Another dual meet with Louisville
was rained out.
Roger Kerr, 25, formerly assistant track coach at the
University of Iowa, heads the EC squad. Kerr is also assist-
ant varsity basketball coach and head freshman basketball
X3 Highlights of the first EC track season included 3rd-
' 5SK"lrt ft place I.C.C. finishes for Woody Gordon Qavelinb and Dave
Q Stein Qpole vaultj. An arm injury held back Gordon's
chances for a better position in the conference.
Dashman Alan Per took 2nd place in the Little State
Meet with a 10 Hat clocking in the 100-yard dash.
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Dash Man: Alan Per prepares for start in 100-yard dash.
I Track Squad: ROW 7-jim Dye, Larry Grant, Steve Crum, George Whit-
fieldg ROW 2-Mike Dean, Dick Williams, Matt Hatcher, Woody Gor-
E don, Gary Henning, mgr.g ROW 3-Sam Byrd, Coach Roger Kerr, and
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Coach Paul Beck's golfers stopped four con-
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diana State won the conference crown.
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man, Bob Royster, and Bob Benderg and fKNEEl,I.VGj Steve
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Leaving behind many memories as well as a Hedging university,
Dr. Melvin W. Hyde will end twelve years as President of Evansville
College, now the University of Evansville, when he leaves in Septem--
Under his guidance a college campus which consisted of only three
major buildings has boomed to university status.
Evansville Collegeis Hfth president, he has sponsored a building
program which includes four dorms, a Hne arts building, physical
education center, library, theatre, and classroom building, a three-
story building named in his honor.
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ments such as increased enrollment, a larger faculty and a graduate
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It is with gratitude and much thanks for 12 years -of service to the
college that the campus says good-bye to Dr. and Mrs. Hyde as they
leave in September for their new home in Estes Park, Colorado.
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Dr. Dean Long has announced his retirement as vice-
president ofthe college after 38 years of service to the school.
Dr. and Mrs. Long plan to travel after he leaves ofllice in
August. Then he may continue to teach his Corporate Policy
Management Seminar in the Community College as he has
done for the past 14 years.
Vice-president ofthe college for 17 years, Dr. Long has
also been acting president ofthe college from 1954 to 1955,
assistant to the President and Head of the Department of
Business and Economics, Director of the Evening College,
chairman of the Athletic Board of Control, and director of
Dr. Dean Long
Vice-president of the College, Director of Adult Education, Professor of
Business and Economics
Long, lmsted Retire After
Devoted Years of Service
Ralph E. Olmsted
Business Manager ofthe College
Ralph E. Olmsted was appointed business manager ofthe
college in 1928. But he was a part of Evansville College
from the day the college opened when he was a fresh-
man in 1919.
When the First newspaper on campus, The Crescent, was
established that year, he was editor. In 1922 he edited the
First LinC and was active in campus life. After his gradua-
tion he taught in public schools until 1925 when he came
back to campus to be the first journalism instructor. Three
years later he became business manager.
In August, Mr. Olmsted will also retire after 42 years of
devoted work. During that time he has also been perhaps
the most active member of the Evansville College Alumni
Mr. Olmsted receives an honorary Doctor of Humanities
degree from the University of Evansville this june.
Dr-.James E' Morlock Mrs. Luise F, Schnakenberg
Dean of Men, Head ofthe Sociology Department ljirecwr of W'0men'S gjnunseling
Dr. Nicholas CI. Brown
Dean of the College
Cliffgrd W. Kraft Dr. Robert L. Wilson
Director of Men's Counseling, Assistant Professor Dean of Students, Associate Professor of Education
Arthur B. Aarstad Lawrence W. Anderson Ray W. Arensman Miss Beverly Backstrom
Virgil C. Bailey Wayne Baker Thomas F. Beavor Paul Beck
Miss Glee Becker Miss Clare Bedillion Miss Mary Louise Bell Gene W. Bennett
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Allen B. Bess A. C. Biggs Miss Diane Blackburn Miss E111-?1liC BlCSCl'1
Miss Mildred Boeke Miss Sandra Botkin Wendell E. Boutwell Clarence Brooks
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Mrs. Rosemary Brune Clarence W. Buesking james A. Byers Mrs. Ann Carlson
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Max S. Casler William A. Chandler Miss Ann Clark Galen W, Clough
Ralph H. Coleman jan R, Culp Donald L. Curlovic Migg Nam-y Dale
Mrs. Vivian Davenport Wade D. David David W. Davies Clarence G. Davis
.wid-if .1 - Q K
Ronald L. Devaisher Frederick Doering Ray T. Dufford Donald W. Dunham
Mrs. Sandra Earnest Mrs. Mary Ellingson Harris D. Erickson Paul I. Estep
MVS- ,lean Falls Ronald M. Faust Thomas C. Fiddick Robert F. Garnett
joe T. Gooch Paul E. Grabill Dr. Virginia Grabill Miss Pat Greves
Mrs. Margaret Griffin Birk C. Harl Mrs. Margaret Harper George M. Harris
Marvin E. Hartig Paul W. Hartman William O. Hartsaw Claude T. Hathaway
Mrs. Cleo Hayden Mrs. Margaret Hayden Frank X. Herbert Miss Allene Herron
Miss Maryjean H0d0r Thomas E. Holland joseph T. Holt Harold T, Houston
Robert W. Hudson Kenley P. Ingerfield Eugene R. Irving Orvillejjaebker
Mrs. Mary jean Charles W. johnson Kenneth Hklones james A. julian
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Lt, Coljean A, Kearby Roger D, Kerr Philip A. Kinsey john E. Klinger
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Jerome R. Krueger T.fSgt. Edmundlj, LaChance Mfg, Louise Land Charles H, Lawburgh
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Bung-Chung Lee Royce A. Lorentz Mrs. Corian Lunquist john D. Lutz
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Robert F. Martin V. W. Maves Arad A. McCutchan Mrs. Virginia McCutchan
Robert L. McGinnis Miss Shirlou McKee Edgar M. McKown Roy W. Meadows
Kelly G. Miles Leslie Miley Wilbert A. Miner Miss Lynn Mlady
Leland W. Moon Mrs. Christy Moore Wayne P. Mueller Mrs. Mabel Nenneker
Paul Nolte Howard E.. Oagley james N. O'Leary Robert L. Osborne
Millard L. Pace Thornton B. Patberg Miss Lois Patton Capt. Robert L. Peake
Estel B. Penrod R. Wayne Perkins Ludwig A. Petkovsek Miss Harriett Pickett
Williamj. Ransbottom Robert M. Rapp Mrs. Naomi Rea Miss Bette Ringrose
Charles W. R0bCl'ISOn Frazer W. Rodman Robert R. Rowland Ralph R. Royster
Miss Salibelle Roystfr Delbertj. Sampson N. Gene Savage Thomas C. Scheidler
Charles T, Sqhoenelkone Mrs. Emma Schreiber Cecil B. Selfridge Peter H. Seyflert
Dr. Wilma Shafer Mrs. Margaret Shepard Wesley Shepard Miss jane Sherratt
Richard E. Shores Sam M. Smiley Mrs. Helen Smith Carl B. Staplin
Miss Ida Stieler Mrs. Florence Stien Clifford E. Stone Johnj. Strucel
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Edward C. Susat Norbert C. Talbott Earl M. Tapley Charles E. Taylor
Lt. Col. Miles E. Taylor Maurice M. S. Tsai C. Arthur Tyler james S. Voorhees
Arnold Wade Miss Margaret Welsh F. Woody Werking William C. Weslev
J. Donald Widick Clarence G. Winternheimer P. Louis Winternheimer Mrs. xjeane Young
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First Graduates of University of Evansville
ABELL, GARY WAYNE B.A.
Young Democrats, Lutheran Student Union, Student Assistant.
ADCOCK, SHIRLEY B.A.
Dean's List 1 time, Biology Club, S.E.A., Bacteriology Lab Assistant.
ALEXANDER, DONALD EUGENE B.S.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Engineering Club, I.E.E.E. Club.
ALLEN, KAREN LEE B.A.
Pi Delta Epsilon, A.C.E., Pep Club, Phi Mu, pledge class sec., pledge
trainer, chaplain, historian, Gamma Delta, Musical Madness, Union
Board Fine Arts Comm., core mem., comm. chair., LinC, Little Sisters
of Minerva, sec., chaplain.
ANDERSON, ANN ELIZABETH B.S.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Delta
ANDERSON, JANE EVELYN B.A. 4
A.C.E., Young Republicans, International Relations Club, Musical
Madness, promotion manager, Union House Comm., Union Publicity
Comm., co-chair., chair., Union Board, vice president.
ANDERSON, SUE CAROL B.S.
Dean's List 3 times, Alpha Tau Delta.
ANKROM, GARY WAYNE B.A.
Speech Club, basketball, Crescent.
ARENDT, MARY CAROLYN B.A.
INCA, secretary, Musical Madness.
ARMOUR, DENNIS K. B.S.
Pep Club, Young Republicans, Union Dance Comm., Musical Madness,
ASHLEY, GAROLD WILLIAM B.A.
Psychology Club, M.S.M., International Relations Club, Homecoming
Comm., Musical Madness, Hale Hall, admin. vice president, Itls Hap-
pening, Ass't. Ed.
AUGUSTINE, NORMA JEAN B.A.
Dean's List 4 times, Pi Delta Epsilon, sec.-treas., Alpha Lambda Delta.
Cap and Gown, treas., Shaw Scholarship, Moore Hall, publicity chair.,
Gridiron Show, Womenls Recognition Dinner, Who's Who, Crescent,
campus ed., photographer, exchange ed., man. ed., LinC, man. ed., Mental
Health Association president.
BAIZE, TIM B.A.
Lambda Chi Alpha, pledge trainer, Musical Madness, College Theater,
"Hamlet", "When the Sun Sets", I.M. basketball, English and German
BENNETT, MARCIA B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Cap and Gown, Alpha Psi Omega, Dean's
List 2 times, College Theater, sec., Womenis Recognition Dinner,
Who's Who, William Gumbertls Drama Award.
BENNETT, RALPH GEORGE B.S.
I.E.E.E., Engineering Club, Musical Madness.
BERKEMEIER, DIANE B.S.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's List 3 times, Accounting Club,
Union Publicity Comm.
BESING, DARVIN B. A.B.
BEST, JAMES P. B.S.
Duncan and Boetticher Scholarships, Pi Sigma Epsilon, MSU Mar-
keting Games, Accounting Club.
BIEROD, NIANIS ELAINE B,A.
Dean's List 8 times, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Cap and
Gown, president, Pi Gamma Mu, Angel Flight commander, area
executive, M.S.M., sec., Bi Sci Club, Gamma Delta, sec., Union
Board Personnel Comm., May Day Comm., Sophomore Class Sec.,
Moore Hall, vice pres., Hoor counselor, senior counselor, Women's
Council, vice pres., Who's Who, Women's Recognition Dinner, His-
tory Dept. Sec., Sociology Dept. Sec.
BLACK, PAUL B.A.
Pi Gamma Mu, Blue Key, Deanls List 3 times, Phi Mu Alpha, chap-
lain, Young Democrats, Lambda Chi Alpha, vice pres., Musical Mad-
ness, director, Band, Orchestra, Soph. Class Pres., Sr. Class Pres.,
BLADES, HOWARD MALCOLM B.A.
Dean's List 6 tlmes, Phi Kappa Phi, Band, Orchestra, Choir.
BLAINE, SUZANNA MARY A.B.
A.C.E., Alpha Omicron Pi, pledge trainer, activities chair., vice pres.,
Gamma Delta, Musical Madness, Aqua Angels, I.M., Women's
Council, treas., Union Activities Comm., Sr. Class Treas., Student
Senate, Basketball Queen, Women's Recognition Dinner, Little
Sisters of Minerva.
BLAIR, CHARLES LOREN B.A.
S.E.A., Baptist Student Union, Lambda Chi Alpha.
BLECKMAN, CHARLES ALLEN
Arnold Air Society, comptroller, commander.
BLEDSOE, GARRY M. B.S.
Psychology Club, vice pres., Lambda Chi Alpha, pres., vice pres.,
house mgr., new house chair., pledge class social chair., Musical Mad-
ness, Big 39 bike team, May Day Coordinating Comm., Presidentis
Forum, I.M. football, volleyball,wrestling, paddleball, softball.
BLEMKER, DON B.A.
Lambda Chi Alpha, Homecoming Display Chair., correspondent,
Outstanding Athlete Award, Musical Madness, Icebreaker Dance Co-
Chair., I.M. track, basketball, volleyball, football, bowling, wrestling,
paddleball, All-I.M. Football Team, Big 39 bike team, Fastest
BARBER, DAVID C. B.A.
A.C.E., vice president, Huges Hall, Hoor counselor.
BARKER, ROSEMARY B.A.
M.S,M., Nursing Club, Pep Club, Mental Health Unit, comm. mem.
BARRETT, ROBERT R. B.S. '
Lambda Chi Alpha, varsity baseball, I.M.
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BARTLE, RAYNA LYNN B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List 5 times.
BEHLER, BRIAN J. Bs.
Phi Mu Alpha, alumni sec., band, orchestra, I.IvI, golf,
I.E.E.E. Student Research Paper Competition Winner.
BOOTH, WILLIAM P., JR. B.S.
Dean's List 2 times.
BOWEN, FRANK RICHARD A.B.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List 1 time, Union Fine Arts Comm.
BOWER, DAVID ANGLIN B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, treas., Musical Madness, Dad's
Day, Union Board, I.F.C.
BOWMAN, DOROTHY NEYHOUSE B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, senior advisor, Dean's List 7 times, Phi Kappa
Phi, Phi Beta Chi, Aqua Angels, treas., Bi-Sci Club, Union Finance Comm.,
core comm., chair., Foreign Language Lab Ass't., Moore Hall, Hoor coun-
BRADLEY, EDWARD LINN B.A.
I.F,C., pres., vice pres., Lambda Chi Alpha, social chair., Musical Mad-
ness, Phi Mu Flame I966, Who's Who, AFROTC.
BRAUN, CONRAD CARL, JR. B.S.
BRETZ, CHARLOTTE RAE B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List 6 times.
BROWN, HERBERT LYNN B.S.
BROWN, PAMELA JANE B.A.
A.C.E., Phi Mu, pledge trainer, house chair., arts and activities, Little
Sisters of Minerva, vice pres.
BROWNING, JAMES W. B.A.
Arnold Air Society, operations officer, Blue Key, Young Democrats, New-
man Club, Lambda Chi Alpha, pres., athletic director, Outstanding
Pledge, Outstanding Active, Musical Madness, Jr. Class Pres., Student
Senate, Spring Weekend Comm., Big 39 Chair., Dad's Day, co-chair.,
S.G.A. Pres., Who's Who, Zeta Tau Alpha Sweetheart.
BUCHENBERGER, ROSALEE B.A.
Angel Flight, S.N.E.A., Chi Omega, athletics, correspondent, rush chair.,
lawn display chair., S.G.A., Sec., Musical Madness, Homecoming Chair.,
Tickets Co-Chair., Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart, Whois Who.
BUESKING, RUTH ELAINE B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, pres., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Beta Chi, Phi
Kappa Phi, Cap and Gown, Dean's List 7 times, Bi-Sci Club, sec.-
treas., Zeta Tau Alpha, corr. sec., scholarship chair., Homecoming Tic-
ket Co-Chair., Women's Recognition Dinner, Who's Who.
BUTTERWORTH, MILTON THOMAS, JR. B.A.
Alpha Psi Omega, Lambda Chi Alpha, College Theater, "Banners of
Steel", l'Chinese Wall", Stage Manager of "Taming of the Shrew", "Ham-
let", 'lMidsummer Night's Dream", "Weave a Wooden Horse", and l'Eager
Heartw, Sammy Award, Musical Madness, Choir, Union Decoration
Comm., Varsity Swimming, Hovda House, pres.
BUTTRUM, JANE ELLEN B.A.
CAPES, PAUL RAY B.S.
Kappa Mu Epsilon.
CARMICHAEL, KATHERINE B.S.
Dean's List 3 times, Cap and Gown, Alpha Tau Delta, vice pres., Gamma
Delta, Women's Recognition Dinner, Moore Hall High Scholarship Award,
Student Service Award, Assoc. of Nursing Students, corr. sec. Award,
Student Service Award, E.C.A.N.S., corr.sec.
CARTER, JERRY LEE B.S.
Deanis List I time.
CAYLOR, SUSAN DIANNE B.S.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 6 times, Cap and Gown, Phi Kappa
Phi, Canterbury Club, Alpha Tau Delta, Gamma Delta, Womenis Coun-
cil, pres., Union Entertainment Comm., Union Fine Arts Comm.,
Womenis Recognition Dinner, Moore Hall Scholarship Award, Moore
Hall Floor rep.
CHAMBERS, JIMMY ELAINE B.S.
Alpha Lambda Delta, treas., Phi Beta Chi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, vice pres.,
Dean's List I time, Math Club, Newman Club.
CHUDADA, RONALD A. B.S.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, historian, Easter Lily Sales Comm., Bike Race Comm.
COBB, FRANCES ARLOWYNN B.S.
Dean's List 3 times ECANS ublicif chair Intervarsit Christian Fel-
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lowship, Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Delta.
COCHRAN, RONALD H.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Musical Madness, I.M. football, baseball, paddleball.
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COLE, ROSE M. B.S.
Alpha Tau Delta, editor, historian, Gamma Delta, Nursing Class, viccf
pres., Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart, Homecoming Queen Court, Whols
CONAWAY, REBECCA LOUISE B.A.
Moore Hall, treas., Choir.
COOK, SARA WINIFRED B.S.
Angel Flight, M.S.M., Zeta Tau Alpha, pres., corr. sec., Alpha Tau Delta,
Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Women's Glee Club, Miss E.C. Can-
didate, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Union Board House Comm., Pan-
COOK, STEPHEN P. L.A.
Arnold Air Society, chaplain, B.S.U., I.M.
COOK, THOMAS LEROY B.S.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, pledge educator, house man., vice pres., pres., I.F.C.,
pres., Musical Madness, Sr. Class, vice pres., Varsity Football, I.M. vol-
leyball, softball, basketball, track, Alpha Omicron Pi Favorite Guy 1966,
National Conclave Delegate.
CORFIELD, JOSEPH WILLIAM, JR. L.A.
Dean's List 2 times, Arnold Air Society, deputy commander, Newman
Club, AFROTC Gold Medal and Scholarship,Debate Squad, Crescent,
editor, Whois Who.
COVINGTON, JEANETTE Y. B.A.
COYLE, JEAN MARIE B.A. -
Cap and Gown, Pi Delta Epsilon, pres., Dean's List 5 times, WRA,
Bosse Scholarship, Academic-alumni scholarship, Gamma Delta,
INCA, vice pres., Basketball Queen Attendant, Musical Madness, Orches-
tra, Union Social and Games Comm., Who's Who, Crescent, editor, man.,
man. ed., LinC, honoraries ed., dorm ed., Spring Weekend, stage comm.
chair., Spelling Bee.
CRANE, ROBERT R. B.S.
CRON, JUDITH B.S.
DALTON, ELIZABETH CUMMINS B.S.
DASSEL, PAUL R. B.S.
Dean's List 5 times, Accounting Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon, rush chair.,
treas., vice pres.
DAVIS, STEPHEN JAMES
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Freshman Swimming Team.
DAWSON, BRYANT JAMES B.A.
Lambda Chi Alpha, Musical Madness, Freshman and Soph. Football.
DAWSON, KAREN ADAMS B.A.
Kappa Pi, pledge trainer, Student S.N.E.A., Chi Omega, ass't. treas.,
social chair., Musical Madness, Band, Orchestra, Choir, Majorette, Cheer-
leader, Union Publicity Comm.
DELINGER, LEE THOMAS B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, MSU Marketing games.
DELZELL, MARY DARLENE B.S.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 8 times, Phi Kappa Phi, ECANS,
Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Delta, custodian of pins, Band, Moore Hall,
director of religious lile, Women's Recognition Dinner, Intervarsity Chris-
DENNING, MICHAEL T. B.S.
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DEPRIEST, PATRICIA A, B.A.
Angel Flight, rush chair., A.C,E., Chi Omega, sec., vice pres., pledge
class treas., Musical Madness, Homecoming, co-chair., jr. Class Sec.,
Basketball Queen, Military Ball Queen, Who's Who.
DISHMAN, ROBERT C. B.A.
A.C,E., Lambda Chi Alpha, sec., Musical Madness, Spring Weekend,
May DAY, Homecoming, lawn displays chair., Union House Comm.,
chair., Union Board, pres.
DIXON, SHEROLYN ROSE B.A.
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DOAN. MARTHA ARENDELL B.A.
Dean's List 2 times.
DOUGHTY, CONNIE GALE B.A.
Psi Chi, pres., Pi Gamma Mu, vice pres.,
S.N.E.A., Pep Club, Psychology Club, Alpha Omicron Pi, pres., corr. sec.,
standards, sec. of pledge class, outstanding pledge award, Musical Mad-
ness, Cheerleader, Pom Pom Girl, Union House Comm., Union Dance
Comm. Jr. Panhellenic, President's Forum, Homecoming Comm.,
Who's Who, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart Court,Women's Recognition
Dinner, I.M. bowling.
Cap and Gown, reporter,
Hey, Look Out, orld, Here They Come!
DYEHOUSE, LINDA B.S.
Alpha Tau Delta, Deanls List 2 times.
EAKINS, WAVERLY THOMAS, MIR. B,M.E.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, pledge trainer, Phi Mu Alpha, Musical Madness,
jr. and Sr. Co-ordinator, Choir, treas., Chapel Choir.
EDWARDS, BETH LOUISE B.A.
A.C.E., Chi Omega, herald, Varsity Cheerleader, Musical Madness, Soph.
Class Treas., Homecoming Comm., co-chair., Union Comm.
EFFINGER, RUTH CAROLINE B.A.
Newman Club, vice pres., sec., province vice chair., Religious Chair., Wom-
en's Recognition Dinner.
ELLIOTT, RICHARD LEE B.S.
ELLIS, PATRICIA SUE B.S.
Dean's List 2 times, A.C.E., M.S.M., Intervarsity Christian Fellowship,
Union House Comm., core comm., Moore Hall, I.M. Chair., I.M. basket-
ball, volleyball, bowling, softball.
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ELZER, BARBARA B.S.
Dean's List 2 times, Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Delta.
ENNIS, RUDOLPH LEE B.A.
History Club, WEVC, station mgr,, program dir.
FECHTMEISTER, MARY ANN B.S. B.A.
Dean's List l time, Newman Club.
FLEIG, BRADFORD R. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, I.M. basketball.
FOLEY, WALTER W. B.S.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, historian, alumni chair., Musical Madness, Bike
Race Chair., Freshman Football.
GOOCH, WENDEL B.A.
Dean's List l time.
GRAPER, ROBERT E. B.S. '
Tau Kappa Epsilon, sergeant at arms, community service chair., Musi-
cal Madness, I.M. football, basketball, volleyball, softball, track, cross
GROVES, TED WAYNE B.A.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, F.C.A., Whols Who, Varsity Football.
GUSHWA, MARGARET ANNE B.S.
Alpha Tau Delta, historian, ed., Dean's List 2 times, M.S.M., ECANS,
Gamma Delta, Union Social Comm., Moore Hall, Mother's Day Comm.
HALKOWICH, PATRICIA SUSAN B.A.
Spring Weekend Comm., Easter Lily Comm., Miss E.C. Comm., Moore
Hall, pres., Union Board, Sr. Class Sec., Icebreaker candidate, Basketball
Queen candidate, I.M. volleyball, baseball, basketball.
HALL, JOHN DALE B.A.
Kappa Chi, pres., INCA, treas., pres., M.S.M., pres., SNEA, Musical
HALL, TIMOTHY T. B.A.
I.M., Computer Center Lab Ass't.
HANCOCK, CHARLES EDWARD B.S.
Biology Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, chaplain, Vocal Varieties, Musical Mad-
ness, Union Finance Comm.
HARMON, PAULA JANE B.S.
Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Delta, Choir, Corridor rep.
HARMON, ROBERT DALE B.A.
Dean's List, Canterbury Assoc., Who's Who, WEVC, news dir., program
dir., station mgr.
FOREMAN, PAUL R. iss.
FOREMAN, STEPHEN P. B.A.
FOX, KAREN SUE B.S.
Aqua Angels vice pres., Alpha Tau Delta, Gamma Delta, Union Dance
FRENCH, JIMMY ROGER B.A.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Math Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, chaplain, ,junior mar
shal, Musical Madness, I.F.C.
GATHERIDGE, WILLIAM ROBERT B.S.
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GEORGESEN, STEPHEN DALE
Tau Kappa Epsilon, pres., vice pres., pledge trainer, Musical Madness.
I.F.C., I.M. football.
GIBBS, GARY MICHAEL B.S.
Accounting Club, Internat'l. Relations Club.
GIVEN, CHARLES E. B.S.
Arnold Air Society, Dean's List 3 times, Lambda Chi Alpha, Musical
Madness, Spring Weekend, Freshman Basketball, I.M. football, basket-
ball, volleyball, AFROTC Vice Commandant's Award.
GOFF, WAYNE KAY B.A.
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HARPER, MIKE B.S.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, vice pres., pres. of pledge class, Soph. Class Vice
Pres., Yarsity Football and Baseball.
Dean's List 2 times, Pep Club, Phi Mu, ruch chair., corr. sec., doorkeep-
er, Panhellenic Rep., Musical Madness, Acettes, Union Entertainment
Comm., May Day Co-chair., Homecoming Comm., Pres. and Vice Pres.
of Panhellenic, I.M. bowling, team high,
HARTMAN, TERRY B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha, sec.
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HAUKE, JERRY B.S.
HAVILL, JAMES F. B.A.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pres., warden, pledge class pres., John Moss Award,
Musical Madness, Who's Who, Varsity Football, co-captain, Hardnose
Award, I.M. baseball, All-I,M. second baseman.
HAWKINS, WILLIAM H. B.S.
HAY, VICTORIA JEAN B.A.
Dean's List I time, A.C.E., treas., vice pres., Union Social Comm., chair.,
Zeta Tau Alpha, sec., membership chair., Lucille Jones Aea Award, Musi-
cal Madness, Who's Who, Spring Weekend Dance Comm., co-chair.
HELFRICH, BARBARA B.S.
Little Sisters of Minerva.
HICKS, LEONARD C., JR. B.S.
au Kappa Epsilon.
HIGDON, CHARLES EDWARD B.S.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, vice pres., Dean's List 4 times,
I.E.E.E., Engineering Club.
HIGGINS, MARY LINDA B.S.
HILLENBRAND, GARY F.
HINTON, CAROLYN SUE B.A.
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HOCKMAN, JACK B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, sergeant at arms, Psychology Club, A.M.A.
HOFMANN, GEORGE S. B.S.
Dean's List l time, Young Republicans, C.E.A., S.E.A.
HOGGARD, JOSEPH P. B.S.
HOLTZAPPLE, LYNNE RAE B.S.
Dean's List 8 times, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Cap and Gown,
M.S.M., ECANS, Aqua Angels, pres., Alpha Tau Delta, marshal,
pres., Women's Recognition Dinner.
HORNICK, DAVID LEE B.S.
"Midsummer Night's Dream", stage crew, Swimming Team Mgr!
HOWARD, KEITH B. B.S.
Kappa Mu Epsilon.
HSIUNG, VERONICA B.A.
HUFFMAN, JANE ANN B.A.
Dean's List 4 times, Alpha Lambda Delta, A.C.E., Chi Omega, treas.,
Union Publicity Comm., Icebreaker Dance, co-chair., Lawn Display,
co-chair., Women's Recognition Dinner.
HUGHEY, CONSTANCE LOUISE B.A.
Angel Flight, drill captain, S.E.A., Phi Mu, pledge trainer, campaign
chair., song leader, Gamma Delta, treas., Phi Mu Personality of the
Month, Musical Madness, Cheerleader, captain, Union Dance Comm.,
Miss Evansville College, 1966.
JOHNSON, RONALD L. B.A. '
Blue Key, Dean's List 2 times, Fr. Class Treas., Lambda Chi Alpha,
College Theater, "Good Woman of Setzuan", "Banners of Steel", Who's
Who, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Fellowship of Christian Ath-
JOINER, MAROLYN SUE B.S.
B.S.U., ECANS, Academic Alumni Scholarship.
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JONES, JENNIFER ANNE B.A.
Pi Delta Epsil0n,.Pep Club, co-chair., A.C.E., Phi Mu, pres., vice pres.,
standards, reporter, activities chair., Pres. of Pledge Class, Homecoming
Chair, Gamma Delta, Musical Madness, A cappella Choir, Icebreaker
Comm., Homecoming Comm., Panhellenic, Jr. Panhellenic, Union En-
tertainment, Finance, and Dance Committees, I.M. volleyball, bowling,
LinC and Crescent Staffs, LinC Section Ed. '
JONES, JUDY MONROE B.A.
Kappa Chi, treas., Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Gamma Delta,
Musical Madness, Choir, Corridor Rep.
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JORDAN, DONALD E. B.S.
Blue Key, Phi Gamma Mu, Psi Chi, treas., Dean's List 3 times, Inter-
nat'l Relations Club, Varsity Basketball.
JORDAN, JANET ANN B.S.
Dean's List 2 times, Aqua Angels, pres., Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Delta,
College Theater, "Antigone", "Take Her Shefs Mine", Majorette.
JUMP, DIANE R. B.A.
Sigma Alpha Iota, treas., chaplain, Deanfs List 2 times, Kappa Mu Ep-
silon, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cap and Gown, Orchestra, Choir, Cho-
KELLY, ROBERT B. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon,Tau Kappa Epsilon, sec., Musical Madness, I.M. foot-
ball, volleyball, basketball, softball.
KEMP, PHILIP L. B.A.
S.E.A., Hughes Hall, pres., I.M. football, tennis, softball, volleyball.
KEPPEN, THOMAS ROGER
Dean's List 1 time, Varsity Baseball, I.M.
HUNTER, MARCIA HUNSON B.S.
Dean's List 2 times, ECANS, pres., Alpha Tau Delta, pres., ECANS
Outstanding Member Award, Women
HURST, JAMES GORDON B.S.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma.
HUSTON, DOUGLAS A. B.S.
Sigma Pi Sigma, Dean's List l time,
Phi Epsilon, Best Pledge Award, 1964
HYDE, THOMAS Y' "
ISING, TERRY RAY Bs.
's Recognition Dinner.
Engineering Club, sec., pres., Sigma
Sigma Pi Sigma, sec., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's List 7 times, Blue Key,
pres., sec.-treas., Engineering Club, I.E.E.E., Sigma Phi Epsilon, sec.,
community service chair., activities chair., Musical Madness, Icebreaker
Dance Co-Chair., Homecoming Comm., Union Entertainment Comm.,
Freshman Orientation Chair., Student Tutor, Mr. United Fund 1966,
Who's Who, Academic Alumni Scholarship, Clifford Orr Scholarship,
Anne Bosse Scholarship.
JANSEN, JAMES M., JR. B.S.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Beta Chi, pres., Phi Kappa Phi,
Dean's List 9 times, Blue Key, vice pres., I.E.E.E., Sigma Phi Epsilon,
recorder, rush chair., scholarship chair., homecoming display chair.,
Musical Madness, Whols Who, Clifford Engineering Award, Com-
puter Lab Ass't.
JENNINGS, DIANA SUE RILEY B.A.
Dean's List, Gamma Delta, vice pres., College Theater, "Good Woman
of Setzuan", "Play Boy", A cappella Choir.
JENNINGS, NORWOOD LEE B.A.
Arnold Air Society, Biology, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
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KIDWELL, JOHN RICHARD B.S,
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Engineering Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, house
mgr., song chair., guard, guide, Musical Madness Co-Chair., activities
chair., Musical Madness, Vocal Varieties, Band, Choir, Glee Club, Union
House Comm., United Fund Student Chair., May Day Sub-Chair.,
I.M. football, track, basketball, volleyball, swimming, cross country, Bike
Race, Physics Lab Ass't.
Franklin House, historian, A.C.E.
KIFER, SUSAN DARLINE FRITZ B.A.
Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's List I time, S.N.E.A., N.C.A.S., Crescent,
LinC, mgr. ed., Business and Eonomics Ofhce Sec.
KING, JAY P. B.S. I I 'I I
Pi Sigma Epsilon, MSU Marketing Games.
KING, JOY GAY B.A.
A.C.E., Pep Club, co-chair., Gamma Delta, Phi Mu pledge, vice pres.
and chaplain of pledge class, Musical Madness, Homecoming Comm.,
May Day, co-chair., Icebreaker Dance Comm., Union Entertainment
Comm., chair., Union Board, sec., I.M. bowling, badminton.
KINGSTON, CARL R., JR. B.A. '
Lambda Chi Alpha, Musical Madness, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Base-
ball, Honorable Mention All I.C.C. Baseball Team, William V. Slyker
KINNEY, EVELYN R. B.A.
KOLB, SYLVIA DEUTSCH B.A.
Dean's List 9 times, A.C.E.
KONSLER, GARY LEE B.A.
Dean's List 6 times, Tau Kappa Epsilon, chaplain, treas., outstanding
scholarship, Musical Madness,S.G.A. Bookstore, I.F.C.
KRAMER, JO ANN JOYCE B.A.
Moore Hall, vice pres., May Day Honor Attendant, I.M. volleyball,
KUEHN, CONSTANCE JO B.A.
KURTA, WILLIAM B.S.
Young Republicans, Tau Kappa Epsilon, historian, social chair., Student
Senate, Union Entertainment Comm., S.G.A. Rep., May Day Awards,
co-chair., Spring Weekend Sat. Activities Comm., chair., Greek Week
Entertainment Comm., chair.,Joe College and Betty Coed Dance Comm.
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LITTLE, CUBA D. B.A.
Dean's List 6 times, A.C.E.
LLOYD, JOHN BURNETT B.S.
LOEWENKAMP, SHARON TUCKER B.S.
Dean's List 2 times, Union Board, Club 39, Bi Sci.Club, Pep Club, Chi
Omega, ass't. pledge trainer, homecoming display chair., public relations
chair., Easter Egg Hunt Chair., Musical Madness, Miss E.C. Director,
Icebreaker Queen Candidate, Homecoming Dance Tickets Comm., Ice-
breaker Dance Comm., chair., Academic Alumni Scholarship.
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Lov1NG, JIM B.A.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, LinC, photographer, Crescent, photog-
rapher, bus. mgr., campus ed.
LOW, JULIA LARRAINE B.A.
Pi Delta Epsilon pledge class pres., Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Cap and Gown, Deanis List 5 times, Young Democrats, S.N.E.A., Zeta
Tau Alpha historian, reporter, membership chair., Zeta Tau Alpha
Foundation Grant, Musical Madness, Student Senate, Jr. Class Treas.,
Union Personnel Comm., Spring Weekend Publicity Comm., Icebreaker
Queen Comm., co-chair., Who's Who, LinC campus ed., editor-in-chief,
Crescent staff, Dick Anderson Memorial Scholarship.
LUTHER, ROSE MARIE B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Cap and Gown, historian, Dean's List 3 times.
MADDEN, GERALD EDWARD L.A.
MAQUIRE, EVERETT CRANE B.A.
College Theater, Crescent.
MALARKY, JOHN FRANCIS B.S.
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MARSHALL, DIANE E. B.S.
Gamma Delta, Union Publicity and Fine
volleyball, Director of Women's Basketball.
Arts Committees, I.M.
LAMPSON, SUSAN M. B.S.
Dean's List I time, Kappa Delta, education chair., Alpha Tau Delta
Basketball Queen Court,
LANTRIP, JAMES W., JR. A.B.
Blue Key, alumni sec., Dean's List I time, Young Democrats, vice pres
LA PLANTE, BARBARA B.A.
LATHOM, WILLIAM HAROLD B.S.
I.M. football, A cappella Choir.
LA MAIRE, WILLIAM H. B.A.
LILLY, MARY LA NEEL B.A.
UNDER, JACQUES B.A.
Phi Mu Alpha, pres., historian, Dean's List, Band, pres. and vice pres
LIPPOLDT, KAREN SUE B.A.
Little Sisters of Minerva, treas., Dean's List 2 times, S.N.E.A Alpha
Omicron Pi, corr. sec., sec., activities chair., homecoming display co chair
pihilanthropic and activities chair. of pledge class, Musical Madness Union
Dance and House Committees, Homecoming Queen Comm., co chair
Icebreaker Queen Comm., co-chair., Icebreaker Publicity Comm.
MARTIN, NORMA M.
Dean's List l time, B.S.U., A.C.E.
MATHEWS, MARILYN ANN
MATTINGLY, GERALD LEE B.S.
Newman Club, vice pres., Accounting Club.
MCCARTY, DIANNE K. B.A.
Dean's List, Alpha Lambda Delta, senior advisor, Cap and Gown, his-
torian, Phi Kappa Phi, Whois Who, Sigma Alpha Iota, editor, sec., vice
pres., pres., Vocal Varieties, Choir, Chapel Organist.
McCLARY, GARY WAYNE B.S.
Lambda Chi Alpha, Varsity Basketball.
MCCULLEY, JEANNE B.A.
Alpha Omicron Pi, song leader, fraternity education, standards chair.,
Musical Madness, Alpha Omicron Pi Musical Madness Director, Union
Dance Comm., Women's Council, pres., Miss E.C. Pageant.
McDOWELL, GARY LEE L.A.
Arnold Air Society, Kappa Mu Epsilon, AFROTC Drill Team, Union
Finance Comm., General Dynamics Convair Award.
MCGUYER, MICHAEL GENE B.A.
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MERCER, MARILYN JUNE B.A.
MEYERS PAUL DAVID B.S.
MICHAEL, SUE ANN B.S.
Dean's List 2 times, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Gamma Delta,
Alpha Tau Delta.
MILLER, JUANICE B.S.
Kappa Pi, Young Democrats, Gamma Delta, Union Fine Arts and Pub-
licity Committees, I.M. volleyball, tennis, coach of women's basketball
for Moore Hall.
MILLER, LARRY A. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, vice pres., Psychology Club, Accounting Club, Union
MILLHONE, MALCOLM M. B.S.
Young Republicans, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, treas., Musical Madness, I.M.
Turkey Trot and Track 880 records.
MILNER, NORMA EVELYN B.S.
MINTON, C. RAY, JR. B.A.
Dean's List 2 times, Circle K Club, treas., pres., S.N.E.A., Union House
MITCHELL, RONNIE DALE B.A.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, chaplain, Business and Economics Dept Asslt.
MOONEY, TIMOTHY CHARLES B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, pres., Newman Club, Accounting Club.
MOORE, NANCY BRENTALYNN B.S.
B.S.U., ECANS, Pep Club, Gamma Delta.
MOREY, GRAHAM DENBY B.S.
Pi Delta Epsilon, treas., Circle K, pres., treas., delegate to 2 international
conventions, Newman Club, Accounting Club, First Gridiron Show, Union
Finance Comm., core comm., vice chair., President's Forum, Crescent,
reporter, LinC, senior section ed.
MURDAUGH, LORENZO H. B.A.
Kappi Chi, executive council, M.S.M., vice pres., Kappa Alpha Psi, chap-
ter charter member, treas., College Theater, "Banners of Steelw, Debate,
Spring Weekend Parade Comm., chair.
MUSSER, LINDA ELAINE LEITH B.S.
ECANS, Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Delta, Union Finance Comm., Junior
Weekend, co-chair., Homecoming Comm., Moore Hall, corridor rep.
NALIN, DANIEL JOSEPH B.A.
Dean's List l time.
NENNEKER, SYLVIA MAY B.S.
Sigma Alpha Iota, Alpha Lambda Delta, vice pres., jr. advisor, Dean's
List 1 time, Cap and Gown, N.E.A., Internat'l Relations Club, Alpha
Omicron Pi, pledge scholarship chair., public relations, philanthropic,
Musical Madness, A lcappella Choir, Glee Club, Chapel Choir, Union
Dance, Personnel, Entertainment Committees, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweet-
heart Court, Who's Who.
NEU, TAMARA E. B.S.
Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Chi, Cap and Gown, vice pres., Dean's List
7 times, Alpha Lambda Delta, sec., Alpha Omicron Pi, pledge social chair,
philanthropic chair., scholarship chair., Ruby'A' winner, Musical Madness,
Union Entertainment Comm., Homecoming, co-chair., Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sweetheart Court, Who's Who.
NEWCOMB, jAMES B. B.A.
NIEDHAMMER, FRANKIE RAE B.A.
Kappa Pi, Mrs. Club, Old National Art Scholarship.
NILES, CONSTANCE SUE B.A.
NORTHCUT, LYNNE ELAINE B.A.
Sigma Alpha Iota, Band, Orchestra.
NOWAK, DAVID M. B.S.
Tau Kappa Epsilon.
I.E.E.E,, Lambda Chi Alpha.
OLIVER, R. MICHAEL B.A.
Lambda Chi Alpha, athletic chair., Musical Madness, I.F.C., Varsity
Baseball, I.M. football, softball, Pep Club.
OSBORNE, WILLIAM H.
PARKS, STUART EDWARD B.S.
Hughes Hall, steering comm., Musical Madness, Big 39 Bike Race, I.M.
swimming, volleyball. '
PETERSEN, ROBERT HAROLD B.S.
Pep Club, Engineering Club, Concert Band, Marching Band, I.M. ten-
nis, Big 39 Bike Race, Freshman Swimming Team.
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RAMEY, PAUL E. B.A.
Lambda Chi Alpha, outstanding active award, alumni sec., Musical Mad-
ness, S.G.A. Election Comm.
RAMSEY, DONNA LOU B.A.
RAPER, JIMMY LEE
Dean's List l time.
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RATLIFF, MARILYN B.A.
Internat'l Relations Club.
REAGAN, JOY B.A.
Vocal Varieties, Moore Hall, treas.
REEVES, DAN L. L.A.
REFFETT, BARBARA DIANE B.A.
Newman Club, vice pres., corr. sec.
REINE, THOMAS A. B.A.
Newman Club Youn Re ublicans S.N E.A.
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REISING, ROBERT LAWRENCE B.S
Accounting Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon.
REUBER, DAVID B. B.S.
Arnold Air Society, Engineering Club.
RICE, THOMAS WALTER B.S.
Dean's List 2 times, Biology Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Band, Orchestra,
Thousands Later, 15 More for a Diploma
RICHARDS, NORMAN P.
Sigma Pi Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Deanls List 1 time, Arnold Air So-
ciety, Engineering Club, American Ordnance Assoc. ROTC Award, ROTC
RICHARDSON, CYNTHIA ANN B.S.
ROBERTSON, KAY ANNE B.A.
Kappa Pi, pres., Dean,s List 3 times, Newman Club, Internat'l Relations
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ROBLING, WANDA LEA B.S.
ROYSTER, ROBERT ALLYN
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RUEGER, SARAH KATHERINE HARRIS B.A.
Kappa Pi, pledge pres., Union Fine Arts Comm.
RUGGIER, RUTH OERTWIG B.A.
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SCALES, RALPH 'RUSTY' B.A.
Dean's List 2 times, Tau Kappa Epsilon, May Day Activities Comm.,
chair., Varsity Football, Turners Athletic Scholarship.
SCHLANSKER, DAVID LYNN, JR. B.S.
Engineering Club, Young Republicans, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, chronicler,
scholarship chair., I.M., Big 39 Bike Race, Musical Madness, Union
Finance Comm., Homecoming Comm., Welfare Comm., chair, Who's
Who, Varsity Swimming, lettered.
SCHNARR, MARILYN KAY B.S.
Dean's List 1 time, Alpha Tau Delta, Duncan Foundation Scholarship,
SHEPHERD, ROYCE ELAINE LUCKY B.S.
Gamma Delta, Marching Band.
SHRODE, JULIE B.A.
SHROTE, ROY L. B.A.
Arnold Air Society.
SLATON, STEPHEN DALE B.S.
SNEED, KAREN SUE B.S.
Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Beta Alpha, Home Economics Club.
STEVENS, WILLIAM DOYLE B.A.
Deanis List 1 time.
STEWART, RONALD K. B.A.
Arnold Air Society, information officer, Pi Delta Epsilon vice-president,
Crescent, reporter, mgr. ed., editor-in-chief, Religion in College Life Comm.
STILES, SAMUEL E. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Newman Club, treas., Accounting, Whois Who.
STOLZ, LARRY G. B.A.
Arnold Air Society, Newman Club, Young Democrats, publicity chair.
STUCKEY, KENNETH BRUCE B.S.
Engineering Club, I.M. basketball, football, track.
STUCKEY, MARILYN DIANNE B.A.
STULA, LINNE B.S.
Dean's List 1 time, ECANS, treas., Zeta Tau Alpha, Musical Madness,
Marching Band, Union Finance Comm., Union Social Comm., core
comm., vice chair.
STURM, CONSTANCE JO B.S.
Alpha Omicron Pi, pledge class activities chair., Alpha Tau Delta,
Musical Madness, Union House Comm., Union Finance Comm., May
Day Queen Attendant, I.M.
SCHNECK, CHERYL LEE B.S.
Alpha Tau Delta, ECANS, Gamma Delta.
SCHRADER, RICHARD D. B.S.
Arnold Air Society, Military Ball Program Chair., Young Democrats
Sigma Phi Epsilon, marshal, I.M. basketball, Musical Madness, director
Big 39 Bike Team Coach, Cannonball Classic Chair.
SCHRIEFER, VICTOR V., JR. B.A.
SCHULTIES, MARILYN C. B.A.
Dean's List 4 times, A.C.E., Phi Mu Alumna,
SEILER, LEONARD STEPHEN B.A.
SEXSON, JEANNE ELIZABETH B.A.
S.E.A., Kappa Pi, Union House Comm., Drama Dept. Paint Comm.
Psychology Dept. Secretary, Kappa Pi Art Sales.
SHATZER, JOHN H., JR. B.A.
Psychology Club, Student Religious Liberals, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, chap
lain, sec., proctor, Swim Show, Union Dance Comm., Varsity Swim
SHECKFEE, WILLIAM B.S.
Sigma Pi Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Beta Chi, Dean's List 2 times
Engineering Club, treas., I.E.E.E., Physical Science, Physics, Engineer
ing Lab Ass't.
SUMMERS, RICHARD IRVIN
Tau Kappa Epsilon, sgt.-at-arms, May Day Comm., Spring Weekend
Comm., Musical Madness, Homecoming Comm.
TERMAN, PHILIP R. A.B.
TIMPE, MARY ELLEN L.A.
Sigma Alpha Iota, recording sec., Dean's List, Homecoming Candidate,
Franklin House, sec., M.S.M., A cappella Choir, Orchestra, Sigma Alpha
Iota All-American, Who's Who.
THOMPSON, JANE ANN B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 9 times, Psi Chi, Pi Delta Epsilon,
pledge class pres., pres., College Theater, "The Chinese Wall", 'IA Mid-
summer Night's Dream" and "Summer and Smoke", publicity director,
First Gridiron Show, Academic-Alumni Scholarship, Crescent, reporter,
TOMPKINS, CHRISTINE JO B.A.
UNGETHEIM, SANDRA RUFFIN B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List 5 times, A.C.E.,
UNESCO Co-Chair., B.S.U., Union Personnel Comm.
VAN CLEVE, JAMES
VAN STONE, KENNETH
VAUGHT, CAROL JEAN B.A.
A.C.E., Phi Mu, rush chair., arts and activities chair., Jr. Panhellenic
Rep., Women's Council, vice pres., Icebreaker Dance, co-chair., Home-
coming Co-Chair., Union Finance Comm., Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart
Court, Crescents, Aux. to Lambda Chi Alpha.
VOSBURGH, JUDITH ANN MARIE B.A.
Choir, AC.E., publicity chair., historian, Moore Hall, historian, Newman
Club, Internat'l Relations Club, treas., Union Fine Arts Comm., core
comm., Holly Ball.
VOTE, LINDSEY B.A.
WADE, MARY DAWN B.A.
Dean's List 2 times, Pi Delta Epsilon, Pep Club, S.N.E.A., Gamma Delta,
Union House Comm., Homecoming Comm., Crescent, staff, LinC, faculty
WALLACE, JAMES E.
Dean's List 1 time, I.E.E.E., Sigma Pi Sigma.
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WEBER, DONNA MAE B.A.
Dean's List 1 time, INCA, treas., S.E.A., Musical Madness, Crescent,
business and circulation mgr., Pi Delta Epsilon.
WEBB, PAUL DARWIN B.A.
WEDEKING, COLLEEN B.A.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, N.E.A., A.C.E., Pep Club, Phi Mu, registrar, ass't.
treas., treas., Best Pledge Scholarship, Gamma Delta, Musical Madness,
A cappella Choir, Icebreaker Dance Decorations Comm., co-chair., Union
WEINZAPFEL, JAMES A., SR. B.A.
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Beta Chi, Dean's List 1 time, Math Club.
WERNER, CAROL JOANNE
Zeta Tau Alpha, sec. of pledge class, Musical Madness, May Day Queen
WERNER, LYNNE ANNE
Freshman Class Vice Pres., Gamma Delta, Moore Hall, Chair. of Mother's
WOOD, DIXIE RAYE B.A.
AAUW Poetry Contest-Honorable Mention, WEVC.
WRIGHT, JENNIFER L. B.A.
Dean's List Z times.
WRIGHT, SHELBY MARKLAND, II B.A.
Psychology Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
YOUNGBLOOD, MARCUS LON B.S.
Young Republicans, Lambda Chi Alpha.
YUSKA, MARGARET ELIZABETH B.S.
Alpha Tau Delta, Aqua Angels Gamma Delta, Water Show, I.M. swim-
ZAISIARKO, ELIZABETH ANN B.S.
Dean's List 4 times, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Tau Delta.
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ZEHNER, CONNIE S. B.A.
Dean's List 2 times, Pi Delta Epsilon, Psi Chi, Psychology Club, treas.,
pres., Phi Mu, reporter, public relations, rush counselor, Musical Madness,
Union Finance Comm., Jr. Panhellenic, pres., President's Roundtable,
I.M. basketball, LinC, senior section ed., Little Sister's of Minerva.,
ZILIAK, ALAN B.A.
Newman Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sgt.-at-arms, Finance comm., chair.,
Musical Madness, I.M. football, basketball, paddleball, I.F.C., All I.M.
ZUROSKE, NIRA JEAN B.A.
French Club, Chi Omega, pres., social and civic service, publicity chair.,
Musical Madness Director, Symphonic Band, Clarinet Choir, Majorette,
Acettes, captain, College Theater, house mgr., "Playboy of the Western
Worldn, "The Chinese Wall", "A Midsummer Night's Dreamw and "Eager-
heart", Union Publicity Comm., President's Forum, Who's Who, I.M.,
Miss E.C. second runner-up.
WESSELMAN, WILLIAM C. B.S.
Pi Sigma Epsilon, treas., Accounting Club, Musical Madness, MSU
WHITE, JOYCE DARLENE B.A.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Cap and Gown, sec., Psi Chi, sec., Dean's List Ill
times, Phi Kappa Phi, Debate, Religion in College Life Comm., Womenls
Recognition Dinner, English Dept. office girl.
WHITTINGTON, MARY LYNN B.S.
Phi Mu, standards chair., vice pres., songleader, Musical Madness Direc-
tor, Choir, Acettes, Musical Madness Best Director Award, Union Board
Games Comm., chair, Campus Leaders and Notables Comm., Home-
coming Queen Election Comm., chair., May Day Comm., co-chair, May
Day Honor Attendant.
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WILEY, ROBERT E. B.A.
WILHELM, OREN EDWARD B.A.
Arnold Air Society, Accounting Club, Torbet House, treas.
WILLETT, MARTHA I. A.B.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 5 times, Newman Club, French Club.
WILLIAMS, HERBERT E. B.S.
Newman Club, Kappa Alpha Psi, chapter charter member, vice pres.,
sec., Union Fine Arts Comm., I.F.C., Soph. Class Vice Pres., Jr. Class
Vice Pres., Varsity Basketball, I.M. softball, track, volleyball, paddleball.
WILLIAMS, ROBERT KENT
INCA, M.S.M., Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Musical Madness.
WILLIAMS, WILMA JANE B.S.
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WILSON, BETTY B.A.
Aqua Angels, Gamma Delta, pres., Chi Omega, Musical Madness, Choir,
Musical Madness Chair., Union Dance Comm., core comm., vice chair.,
WILSON, MARTIN PAUL B.A.
Kappa Pi, Musical Madness, Water Show, set design, director of clown
diving, Swimming Team, lettered, Track Team, lettered, Big 39 Bike Race.
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PI DELTA EPSILON is a national collegiate journalism honorary, dedicated
to establishing professional ethics in college publications. Membership is ob-
tained by working on the student newspaper or yearbook for one year, and by
maintaining a specified grade point average.
Membership in PSI CHI is achieved by being a psychology major or minor
and establishing high standards of personal behaviour and academic requirements.
Organized in 1964, Dr. Delbert Sampson serves as the faculty advisor.
SIGMA PI SIGMA, physics honorary, is instrumental in offering advanced
students in physics with an opportunity to meet and become acquainted with
faculty members and guest speakers. Requirements for membership include
30 hours of physics courses with a 3.0 or above average.
Psi Clhi members are: R011
UXI1' Connie Doughty, Con-
nie Zehner, Bob Carey. RUW
TIVO: Ur. Vivian Maves,
Peter Morrison, Dr. Charles
johnson, William Stevens,
Dr. Delbert Sampson.
Service in ajor Field
Criteria for Membership
Pi Delta Epsilon members are: ROH' ONE: Susan Kifer, Karyle Kleitz, Mrs. Qjeane Young, advisor,
Jane Thompson, Sandy Ethridge, Karen Lobeck. RON' TIVO: Susan Hession, Dawn Wade, Ronald
Stewart, Graham Morey, Wayne Trevathanjulia Lownlean Coyle, Donna Powers.
Sigma Pi Sigma members include: ROW ONE: Dr. Phillip Kinsey, Steven Waggoner, Charles Higdon, Susan Westfall, Terry Ising, and Bill Sheckfee
ROW TWO: Dr. Kelly Miles, Dr. Ray Dufford, Gordon Hurst, and ROW THREE: Dr. Ralph Coleman, Charles Williams, Doug Houston, Jim Jansen
and Norman Richards.
Cldest and Newest
The Beta Chapter of KAPPA CHI was formed in 1928, making it the oldest
honorary on campus. The elected members include all those who are preparing
for full-time service in the Christian held. Dr. R. Wayne Perkins, Director
of Religious Life, is the faculty advisor.
ALPHA TAU DELTA, nursing honorary, was established on the Evans-
ville campus last winter was formerly known as ECANS CEvansville College
Association of Nursing Stuclentsj To become a member, each nursing student
must maintain a 2.5 average in all classes and be an upperclassman.
Kappa Chi members are: ROW ONE: Betty Simmons, Richard A. John-
son, Kathy Williamson, Judy Jones, Mary Ann Crocker, Dean Fager,
Diana Demarll. ROW TWO: Norman Rinker, Steve Jester, Ron Saver,
Ron Graul, Barry Hunteman, Ben Wilson, Donn L. Walters, Raymond
Young, Dr. R. Wayne Perkins, Brent Landis.
Alpha Tau Delta members are: ROW ONE: Caroline Parker, Kaye Volz, Rose Cole, Mary Delzell,
Lynne Holtzapple, Carolyn Scott, Sheryl Fell, Susan Caylor, Becky Young. ROW TWO: Frances Cobb,
Dianne Wyriek, Peggy Yuska, Katherine Carmichael, Cheryl Schneck, Margaret Gushwa, Paula Har-
mon, Barbara Elzer, Sue Michael, Karen Fox, Susan Lampson, Janice I-Iougland, Betsy Zaharako. ROW
THREE: Marilyn Schnarr, Gayla Williams, Martha McChesney, Gail Weil, Linda Hanson, Marcia
Hunter, Sue Anderson, Janet Jordon, Betsy Anderson, Linda Musser, Carol Statler, Connie Sturm, Sandy
Goodwin, Constance Nordan.
Cap and Gown members are: ROW ONE: Sylvia Nenneker, Connie Doughty, jan Bierod, Tammie Neu, Joyce White, and Ruth Buesking ROW
TWO: Marcia Bennett, Katherine Carmichael, Lynne Holtzapple, Dianne McCarty, Mrs. Luise Schnakenburg, advisor, Susan Caylor, ulia Low
and jean Coyle.
Blue Key members are:
RO W ONE: Ron L. Giles
jim Lantrip, Terry Ising.
ROW TWO: jim Brown-
ing, Fritz Kiechle, Dave
Riggs, Dr. Clarence Buesk-
ing, Dan Schellhase, and
Students Cited for High Achievement
Who's Who members are: ROW ONE Nira Zuroske, Donna Prcll, Jan Bierod, , Mary Ellen Timpe, Jan Boyer, Sarah Yaggi, Nancy jordan, Rose
Cole. ROW TWO Rosalee Buckenberger, Pat DePriest, jean Coyle, julia Low, jim Jansen, Terry Ising, Vicki Hay, Tammi Neu, Connie
Doughty, Norma Augustine.
CAP AND GOWN is a scholastic honorary for senior
women. Selection is based on unanimous vote of the out-
going chapter, and members must have a 3.3 cumulative
average to be considered. Cap and Gown members usher
and serve at various college activities, and sponsor panels
and discussions on various subjects for all women on campus.
Outstanding scholarship and service to the college is the
main concern of BLUE KEY scholastic honorary for men.
All prospective members must have a 3.0 cumulative average
and show willingness to serve the university through partic-
ipation in various activities.
WHO'S WHO in American Colleges and Universities
is composed of juniors and seniors. Their selection is made
by the faculty and administration each fall and is based on
scholarship, leadership, and service to the school.
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rnold ir Society and ngel
Flight ssist in Campus Activities
ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY is a branch of the AFROTC
unit on campus. Membership is based on an overall 2.5 aver-
age, and nomination and vote by the present members. Dur-
ing the school year the Society sponsors the Military Ball
and aids the student body at fall registration.
ANGEL FLIGHT is an auxiliary unit of the ROTC and
is organized to further the cause of the United States Air
Force. They assist in fall registration, campus tours, Dad's
Day, Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. To become
a member, the girls go through a period of formal rush and
are voted on by ROTC Cadets.
Arnold Air Society Cadets are: ROW ONE Bernard Robinson, Gary Bahn, Lawrence Stolz, Steve Smith, Charles Bleckmann, Oren E. Wilhelm, Bill Wessel
man, josoph Core, Ron Emberton. ROW TWO Wesley Knipe, Norman Richards, David McConald, Don Ramsden, Bill Keith, Robert Fornges, jerrell
Freemanuloseph Corfield,jr., Marcus Sherrill, Harvey Kiesel, Tom Bowman, Alvin Roettger, Stan Reuber.
Angel Flight pledges are: ROW ONE Susan Slade, Nancy Freyburger, Alison Gumm, Roxi Baldwin, Sue Wilson, .joy Ashley, Anne Hodapp, and .lan Boyer,
ROW TWO Clare Kawamura, Jenni Ansburg, Gina Voight, Karen O'-Neil, Pam Pearce, Marcia VVellemever, Beverly Hunt, Susie Essig, Chervl Lvles. Marv
Shafer, Carol Hart, and Susie Clark,
Angel Flight members are jan Bierod, Donna Boyd, Nancy Jordan, Deena Butler, Sandy Sharp, Jeri Boyd, Donna Prell, and Connie Hughey, Rflll' TIVO Cave
Goebel, Pat DePriest, jan Paschal, Jean Labhart, Delia Bigger, Connie Krause, Capt, R. L. Peake, Marty Zorn, Marilyn Glaess, Patty Dissette, Rosalee Buchen-
berger, and Maralee Wilmotte.
usie, Art Students Constitute
embership in Honoraries
Membership into SIGMA ALPHA IOTA and PHI MU
ALPHA, national music honoraries for women and men
respectively, is acquired by maintaining a 2.5 cumulative
average and vote by the active chapter. During the school
year these students present monthly musicals and usher for
campus recitals. In addition, Phi Mu Alpha performs at
Mrs. Margaret Shepard and Mr. Wesley Shepard, co-
heads of music department, serve as faculty advisors to
Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha respectively.
KAPPA PI art honorary is open to all art majors, minors,
or interested students who have maintained a "B" average in
all art courses. Each year the chapter sponsors the annual
clothes line art sale.
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PHI MU ALPHA members in ROW ONE: are Roger Cooper, Thomas Carroll, Dennis Russell, Michael Fox, Kurt Wambach and
Iaques Linder. RUIV TWO: Larry Eifier, Edward Gorman, Randall DeBord, Robert Conaway, Steve Fritz and Steven Bell. ROW
THREE: William Mike Oskins, Charles I-IatF1eld,jim Moore, Cary Miles, Kenneth Lewis andjames Kruse.
Kappa Pi members are ROW UNE: Karen Eaton, Mary Griflith, Cynthia Simmelink, Kathleen flariens, Marie Kavanaugh, Barbara Clriswell,
xluanice Miller, Ann Pesoat and -Ieanne Sexson. RUN' TWU: Donna Lochmueller, Paul Sluder, Fred Reaves, Bob Hawkins, .lim NIc'Kinley, Tom
Farny, Barry Britton, Matt Hatcher. Bonnie Koch, Steve Ritzel, and Gail Steiner.
Sigma Alpha Iota members are RUH' UNE: Sherry Elzer, Pam Haynes, Diane jump, Carol Kratz, Cinday Hudson, Angela Fiegel. Glenda Purcell, and
Linda Gullian. ROW TWO: Sue Williams, Grace Hobgood, Jan Thornton, Linda Boyte, Darlene Sullivan, Marty Zuber, Dianne McCarty, Marty Timpe,
Marcella Bradley, Diane Blades, Carol Gerkin, Nancy Nadler, and Barbara Wright. I
Scholastic Achievement, Leadership
Recognized by National Honoraries
The purpose of ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA is to pro
mote scholarship among freshman and sophomore women.
Membership is acquired by attaining a 3.5 average while car
rying 15 hours or more for any one quarter during the fresh
The main purpose of PHI KAPPA PHI is to honor the
school's highest ranking students and professors. The local
chapter of Phi Kappa Phi was established on campus in
the spring of 1963.
KAPPA MU EPSILQN is a mathematics honorary open
to all math majors and general students who meet the aca-
Alpha Lambda Delta members are:ROlV ONE Betsy Zaharko, Kathy Conner, Patti Brooks,judy Patterson, Carol Richardson, Nancy
Winternheimer. ROW TIVO Sally Eaton, Candy Davis, Dotti Neyhouse, Jean Labhart, Cindy Woehler, Kathie Fenneman,jan Ash-
worth, Angela Feigel, Glenda Purcell. ROW THREE Mrs. Luise Schnakenburg, advisonjulie Low, Marcia Bennett, Sandra Unget-
heim, Joyce White, Mary Delzell, Ruth Buesking, Lynne Holtzapple, Sylvia Nenneker, Susan Caylor, Tammie Neu, Anne Hodapp,
Dianne McCarty, Linda Kay Clark, jan Bierod, janet Gooch, Marlene Cheek, Beth Bellamy, Sue Don, Ann Arensman, Dr. Virginia
Bill Shecklee, Pam Alvis, klimmy Chambers.
George Coyle, Ron Emherton, Steven
Waggoner. RUN' TIVU Paul llarhoe,
Layne Watson, Terry Isingulimjansen, Nor-
man Richards, Harvey Kiesel. Barry Allred.
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Phi Kappa Phi members are: ROW ONE Julie Low, Susan Caylor, Lynne Holtzapple, Dotti Neyhouse, Ruth Buesking. Mary Delzell, Dianne Mc-
Carty, Sandra Ungetheim, Charlotte Bretz. ROW TIVO Dr. Earl M. Tapley, Dr. Edgar M. McKown, Dr. Lowell E. VVeller, Dr. Y. WL Maves,
Dr. Wayne P. Mueller, Dr. R. T, Duflord, Mr. Clarence G. Winternheimer, Rayna Bartleujoyce White, Dr. Virginia Crabill, Janis Bierod. RUI1'
THREE Dr. F. W. Werking, Dr. Nicholas C. Brown, Mr. Clarence E. Brooks, Dr. Harris David Erickson, Dr. Kelly G. Miles, Dr. Ralph H. Cole-
man, Dr. Ray W. Arensman, Dr. Arnold Wade, Dr. Grvillej. jaebl-ter, Dr. Philip Kinsey, Dr. Charles VV.hIohnson.
Kappa Mu Epsilon members are: RUII' UNI:
Honoraries omplirnent Efforts
in Chosen Fields of Stud
The purpose of PI SIGMA EPSILON is to promote, en-
courage, and stimulate an interest in professional careers in
business. A national honorary for marketing, general busi-
ness and economics majors, membership is acquired by vote
of the active chapter and required academic standards.
PHI BETA CHI membership is composed of students
and faculty members. To be considered for membership a
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student must earn "A" credits in at least one-half of his
major field and an average of HB" or better in all related
fields. Faculty membership is by invitation.
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY is open to all
chemistry majors and minors. The society holds monthly
meetings with special speakers, plant tours, and guest
Pi Sigma Epsilon members are ROW ONE: Frank Bowen, Larry Miller, Bob Kelly, Art Shoener, Mr. Ron Faust, Brad Fleig, Randy
Rohlfer, Lon Gilbert and Dr. Ray Arensman. ROW TWO: jerry Carter, Dave Schlansker, Don Steedman, Ed Bradley, Dennis Edmonds,
james Best, Al Schlachter, Tim Mooney, Wayne Seifert, Gerald Mattingly, Ben Kendal, Dave Bower, Paul Niemeier, Sam Stiles, Lee
Dillinger, Rich Martin, Tom Hayden.
American Chemical Society members
are ROW ONE: Dr. Philip Kensey.
Veronica I-Isiung, Mical Tuley, Bob
Michel, Dan Nalin, Fritz Kiechle,
and David Overton. ROIV TWO:
Glen xjourdan, Steve Naberhius, jim
Kuhzenschmidt, Melvin Sensmeier,
Arthur Sensmeier, Jerry Koester,
and Ronald Sensmeier.
Phi Beta Chi members are ROI1
ONE: Urey Miller, Bung Chung
Lee, Elaine Chambers, Ruth Bues
king, Tammi Neu, Bill Sheckfee, and
Richard Shores, ROIV TIVO: Dr
V, C. Bailey, Mr. R, L, Devaisher
Mr. Edward Susat, Mr. C. G. Win-
ternheimer, Rob Michel, Dr. C, W
Robertson, Dr. Ralph Coleman
Jim Jansen Dr. Philip Kinsey, Mr
P. Louis Winternheimer, Mr. Wil-
liam Hartsaw, and Dr. Wayne
This years officers are SEA TED: Frank Ballard, V.P.g -jim Browning
Pres.g STA.YDl.'VG.' Klan Boyer, Tres.g Nancy jordan, Del.-at-Large
and Rosie Buchenberger, Sec.
im Browning Presides Uver
Student Governing Bodies
Student Senate members are SEA TED: Steve Noblitt,
Paul Black, Rosie Buchenbergerhlim Browning, Nancy
lIordan..Ian Boyer. Barry Allred. Sfi-l.YDI,YC: Sherry
Meddock. Greg Brown. Karen Andrews, Gina Voight,
Deena Butler. and Ken Macke.
Government Leads Campus ffairs
The Members of Women's Council serve as advisors to Gamma Delta, the fresh-
man women's honorary. They are SEA TED: Nancy Winternheimer, Sharon
Chandler. STA.VDI.VG.' Cheryle Mueller, Sandy Ethridge, and Donna Prell.
Union Board members plan all activities that concern the Union Building. This year they are
SEA TED: Jeannie Jones, Lynn Whittington, Betty Wilson, Dotti Neyhouse, .S'Yl-l,X'IJ-
ING' Kathy Whetstone, Fritz Kiechle, Bob Dishman, Presg qloy King, Sec-g and ,lanic
The Administration Board meets with faculty members to decide
campus policies. They are Mrs. Otto Schnakenburg, Robert L. Wil-
son, Frank Ballard, Rosie Buchenberger, Nicholas C. Brown, Jim
Browningulames E. Morlock,LIan Boyer, and Nancyklordan.
Senior class ofhcers this year are Sue Blaine, treasurerg Patti Halkowich, secretary, and Paul Black, president. Tom Cook is senior class vice-president,
Posters, signs and campaign promises came early in the
year with class ofhcer elections on October 14 in the Union
The senior class members elected Paul Black, Tom Cook,
Patti Halkowich and Sue Blaine to ohfice. Tom Bowman
--....-f was elected junior class president while Jim Domina was
e chosen vice-president. Gina Voight was voted in as secretary
w1g4,,f,W,,g and Betsy Ross as treasurer.
Sophomores chose Deena Butler, Karen Andrews, Barry
Allred and Ken Macke to lead their class. Sherry Meddock,
Greg Brown, Tom Hayden and Steve Noblett received the
majority ofthe freshman class votes.
Throughout the year the officers have governed the stu-
dents through the Student Senate.
Sophomore class ofhcers are Deena Butler, treasurerg Karen Andrews, secretaryg Barry Allred, president, and Ken Macke, vice-president.
Freshman ofhcers are Sherry Meddock, secretary, Greg Brown, treas-
urerg Tom Hayden, vice-president, and Steve Noblett, president.
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The Young Republicans also help during
elections and sponsor a booth on Activities Day.
.S'1YiYY.YCl: Margie Skelton, Sharon Kraft. Bar-
bara Hoback. Donna Thorn. Dianne McCarty,
Eva Lanman. Midge Schultze. ST,l.YIJ1.YG.'
jim Schmidt, -john Nlettling. David Hunter.
Llovd Shaflierc Frank Ballard, and Davidljones.
The Young Democrats sponsor films for the
students and help during elections. SEA YED:
jan Endicott, jane Ellen Price, Cheryl Lovin,
Gwen Songer. S7H,YlJl.YG.' John West,
Dennis Avery,jim Lantrip, and Paul Black,
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Sensmeier, and Miss Cllgirc- Bt-rlillion,
Members of Circle K are SEA YFD: Bob Layson, C. Ray Minton, Don l-lotz. STANIJ- 1
ING: jim Schmidt, Bob Werzner, Graham Morey, Rick Wedel,1Iim Wills, Mike
Knight, Stevejones, and P. D. Sluder.
Psych Club members are ROW 7: Pete Morrison,Rae Ann Roettger. Connie Zehner,Bobby Carey, john Shatzer. Rllll' 2: Teresa
Whitsitt, Betty Wilson, Deborah Piper, Shirleyjames, Arthur Allen. RUIVJ: Larry Shorde, Suzy Van Stone, kludv Miller, Sandy
Butcher. Layne Watson. ROII' 1: Jerry Hart, Jim Bastain, Kenneth Weinzapfel, Leah Jones. HOU' 5: lNilliam Stevens.
Dr. Charles johnson. and Dr. Delbert Sampson.
Secretary Club members :irc l'cgigx' W'zillcnlmr'ovl4, AI.inict l
KlHlCy, Shilnnffrl fllilrlvlloriiigi Porter. B.irlw.ir.i llorst.l Nl ir ini
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Varsity Cheerleaders are Betty Martin, Kathy Pascoejackie Garner, Ginger Summers, Connie Krause, and Linda Youngblood.
Majorettes this year are Nira Zuroske, Susan I-Iarkins, Lynn Hagenseiker, Gwen Cadick, and Pam Vaught
The Little Sisters of 'Vlinerva ire the olhtnl hostesses for Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
They are Sl' 4 llfli Pxm Broun in Xbbott Karen Norris, Sally Eaton, Karen Allen
1NDINf Ann Wlllace Plschil I ihlmy W'hite, Diane flf.fIflf1t'lil1C'CFi', :Xpril
knfiebel Iudy Plymtte Suzanne Hewitt ind Rita Hardy.
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The Aqua Angels are girls interested in swimming. They
help at all swim meets. They are .S'lffl7'ED: Klan jordan.
Lynne Holtzapple, Harriett Saehse, Pat Mayer, Margaret
Spaar .5731 XDIXG' Miekie Hirschman, Karen Fox,
Becky Xoung and Gail Weil.
French Club members are RON' I: Bev-
erly Baker, Martha Willett, Susan Brown
Dotti Neyhouse. Robynn Sehlundt
Susan Hession, Betty Wilson. ROW 2.
W, Ransbottom, Linda Dike, Faye
Melllfresh, Sally Eaton, Eva Lanman
jane Falleth, Nira Zuroske, Tim Tucker
ROW 3: April Knaebel, Steve jones
Bob Townsend, Tom Jaco, Ron Cole-
man, andj. William Baus.
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ACE members ROW ONE: L. Schweiger, S. Cole, R. Schlundt, S. Williams, S. Elder, D. Powers,j. Anderson. ROW2.' J
Redman, Lindsey, D. Ramsey, K. Rinehart, M. Cheek, jones, C. Wedeking, B. Conaway, S. Ungetheim. ROW3: S
Cornett. P. Haas, Ashworth, I. Reynolds, M. Owensby, Williams, M. Beasley, C. Niethammer, P. Ellis, King, J
Boultinghouse, B. Hobaek,j. Conrad, C. Forsythe, M. Record. ROW-J: S. Rengus, D. Riley,J.jones, M. Schulties, C. Little,
D. Williams, C. Niles, M. Bretzul. Mauek, M. Cavins, and K. Norris.
Teaching Majors oin Forces
SNEA members ROW 7: K. Rinehart, Low, Inglehart, C. Estes, B. Carter. ROW 2: T. Crawford,xI. Lindsey, K. Fen-
neman, A. Mathieu, M. Cheek, H. Holder, L. Clark, A. Hodapp, C. Richardson. ROW3: G. Doerner, D. Wade, B. Britton,
K. Whetstone, M. Knight, C. Cabbage, M. Hunt, B. Hoback, C. Forsythe, D. Libbert, K. jones, B. Moutoux. ROW J:
P. Block, R. Bartle, D.jones, D. Musselwhite, D. Avery, M. Recordhl. Mauck, A. Vollmer, K. Weatherford, and S. Hoehn.
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The Engineering Club is made up of interested campus students. This years members are ROW 7: George Coyle, John
Stevian. ROW 2: Robert Petersen, Russell Bently, Tom Wilson, Forrest Noveheon. ROW 3: Ed Whitley, Hartley
Kidd, Norman Richards, and David Metz.
Electronic and Electrical Engineers
The Electronic and Electrical Engineers Club is for persons with an avid interest in advanced engineer-
ing. Members are SEA TED: Bill Sheckfee, Charles Higdon, Sue Westfall, Ralph Bennett, George
Coyle. STANDING: Terry Atwater, jim Blair, Brian Behler, Bill Fitzgerald, Ron Gladish,
Charles Williams, and Robert Cochran.
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Accounting Club members are SEA YED: Allen Bess, Paul Dassel, Ken Van Stone, Graham Morey, William Wesselman, Steve
Slaton, Jerome Krueger. STA.YlJ1.YC.' Gary Gibbs, Wayne Seifert, Sam Stiles, John Pyle, Lon Gilbert, Larry Prather,joe Hog-
gard. Larry Miller, andxlohn D, Huelster, Professional Sponsor.
The newly organized Chess Club members are Bill Simpson, Don Peters,
Mike Dinwiddie, Steve Reynolds, Pat Childs, Herb Jensen, jim Morris,
Steve Cress, Dave Patterson, Chuck Coflin. SE.-l TED: Scott Cates, jim
INCA is an organization lor Independent students. Members
are Sli,-l YEDJ Kathy VVilliamson, Rirhardtlohnson. Marie W'il-
son. .S'T,'l.YlJl.YCl.' Betty Simmons. Steve Atherton, and Alulie
Evansville College Theatre Members
Compose Casts for College Plays
Evansville College Theater members are ROW 7:
Beverly Terhune. Linda Schmitt. Bob Wagner.
Ron Glass, john Mettling, Dave Emge, Vella
Johnson. ROW 2: Dianne Abbott, Cindy Dbty,
Sharon Overman, Nira Zuroske, Rhonda Stalder,
Terry Brown, Tim Baize, Pam Gilbert. ROW3:
Kerry Driggers, Mike Flaherty, Alex Rue, Dave
McFadzean, Barry Dubuque, Marcia Bennett,
jim Yeiser, Dave Comer, Milt Butterworth.
ROW J: Steve Bayer, Gary Bayer, jerry Free-
man, Mike Pullin, Skip Borre, Sharon Chandler,
Suzan Davis, Harriett Sachse, and Everett Ma-
Religious Groups Give
Methodist Student Movement members are RO W 7: K. Williamson, P. Brooks, Y. Shinozaki, N. Staulrtz, C. Kistner, M. Timpe,
D. Atz, M. Crocker. RUW2: R. Johnson, A. Allred, B. Simmonsml. Bierod, D. Demaree, P. Ellis, B. Hudson, A. Corn, L.jami-
son, S. Cress, B. Landis. ROW3: M. Record, M. Robinson, Hughey, F. Groves, Thornton, B. Weir, C. Coffin, T. Tucker.
RUIVAI: H. Reich. P. Nimnicht, M. Ellisul. Hall, R. Young, P. Shell, L. Okma, Sxlester, D. Fager.
Intervarsity is composed of persons of all religions. SEA TED: Marilyn Iddings.
STANDING: Sandra Fandong, Gayle Swain, Connie Alexander, jim Davis,
Irma Moore, Steve Schrader, Kathy Kirtley,judyJones, and Linda Snowberger.
Students Spiritual Support
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Baptist Student Union is for Evansville students who are Baptist and
wish tojoin with other students ofthe same faith, ROW 7: Linda Faye
Clark, Yoneko Shinozaki, Emma Robinson, Ida McDowell. ROM' 2:
Hazel Holder, Karen Meier, Mary Louise Bell, Bill Simpson, Mary
Ann Owensby, and Thelma Finch.
Newman Club is for the Catholic students at Evansville College. SEA TED: john
Pledger. STANDING: Gerald Mattingly, Ruth Effinger, Paulette Baker, Barbara
Reffett, and Bob Schaflstein.
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Choral-Ayres, directed by Mrs. Margaret Shepard, are SEA TED: June Wiggins, Joyce jackson, Linda Gilliam, Glenda Purcell, Laura Hayes, Carol Gerkin
Jane jefford, Linda Thomson, Prudence Stallings, Jo Ellen Stallings. STANDING: Mrs. Shepard,jimmie Moore, Gilbert Miller, Kenneth Lewis, Ira Harris
Ray Young, Thomas Rueger, Richard Holmes, Dale Miller, jack Beanblossom, Daniel Welling, Tyrone Bragg, and Dennis Dougherty.
Evansville College Band
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.Iulie Low, senior, is the editor of the 1967 LinC. julie is shown with some
ofthe pictures to go into this year's book.
Susan Kifer, senior, is this year's managing editor for the Linfl. Susan is
laying outa page to go into the book.
The LinC is the yearbook of the school. The editor and
staff do their best to give a pictorial view of the campus
events of the year. All interested students are urged to help
with the LinC. Each year a theme is chosen for the LinC
and through the use of copy, pictures, and art, the theme is
carried throughout the entire book.
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Helping the editor of the LinC is the staff which compiles seetions of the yearbook. SEA YED are Susan I-Iession, Glenda Clayton, Dawn
Wade, Karyl Kleitz. STANDING are Wayne Trevathan, Trisha Robbins, Melinda Harman, Donna Porter, Graham Morey. Cindy
Brown and Paul Niemeier.
MFSYJCHDC Y0UT1g,,10UFl'l3llSm1l'1SU'UCf0f advises the YC21Yb00k 21nd UCWSPHPCF Donna Powers, junior, Covers the campus events throughout the year in her
Stags- position of campus editor.
Crescent Staff Collects
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joe Corheld. senior, was the editor of the fall quarter Crescent. joe
continues to write a column for the paper,
The Crescent is a weekly paper put out by Journalism
majors and any one else that is willing to help. The Cres-
cent staff tries to publish the paper for the student. Included
in the eight pages ofthe Crescent, one will find editorials,
sports, feature stories, and letters to the editor. With the
help of Mrs. Young, faculty advisor, the staff tries to edit a
paper that will interest the students as well as inform them.
The Crescent has won the Pacemaker and All-American
Award for College Newspapers.
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Wayne Trevathan was fall campus editor. Along with jobs on the paper,
Wayne also writes columns for the Crescent. Karen Lobeck assumed duties
as campus editor winter quarter.
ampu News, Informs Students
Ron Stewart, senior, is the editor-in-chief for the Crescent.
Ron was managing editor ofthe paper fall and spring
quarters. Norma jean Augustine was winter quarter
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Helping the editors of the Crescent is the staff. They are SEA TEDr Glenda Clayton.
jane Thompson. STA.YDI.YG: Karyl Kleitz, Graham Morey. and Dawn Wade.
Many other students write regularily for the weekly newspaper.
Donna Weber, junior, is the business manager lor the Crescent,
Donna keeps tab ofthe expenses for the paper. Ned Martin covers
circulation for the newspaper.
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Three Sig Ep pledges were the first to emerge from the Great Hall during Fall
rush pledging. Sigma Phi Epsilon took 22 pledges.
Gathered around the piano in the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority suite are four pledges
learning sorority songs with the help olehapter president Yieki Combs.
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Chatting informally are Alpha Omicron Pi sorority sisters Connie Doughty
left, and Suzanne Hewitt. Connie was AOPi's 1966-67 president.
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Pledging time is a joyous time as the brothers welcome their prospective members. Sigma
Alpha Epsilon fraternity was out with banners and hugs during fall rush.
Two men from each of Evansville College's five national fraternities meet each week to see to it that the fraternities cooperate for
the betterment of the individual groups and for the college as a whole. Dean Clifford Kraft is the faculty advisor. President is Ed
Bradley of Lambda Chi Alpha. The presidency is rotated among the fraternities.
Interfraternity Council is the governing body of the male social fraternities on
campus. It sets the dates for men's rush in the fall and winter. Each of the five fraterni-
ties, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Alpha
Psi, and Lambda Chi Alpha, has two representatives on the Council. One of the duties
of the organization is to see "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
chaptersfl This year the organization promoted a full-scheduled Greek Weekend. At
least two new fraternities are being aided in colonizing on campus. President is Ed
Bradley. The faculty advisor is Dean Clifford W. Kraft.
Sorority Representatives Govern
Activities Through Panhellenio
Panhellenic Association is the governing body of the soror-
ities on campus. The organization sets pledging requirements
and rush dates. It is divided into junior Panhellenic and
Senior Panhellenic. Pledges form junior Panhellenic and
initiated members form Senior Panhellenic. Alpha Omicron
Pi, Chi Omega, Phi Mu, and Zeta Tau Alpha sororities are
the member groups. This yearls officers were Darlene Harri-
son, president, Pam Blessing, vice-president, julie Walton,
secretary, and Pat Dissette, treasurer. Mrs. Schnakenburg,
Director of Women's Counseling, serves as advisor.
Panhellenic members during the year were Cleft to right, Pat Dissette, treasurer, Julie Walton, secretary, Marsha Wellemeyerg Darlene Harrison, president
Donna Boyd, Pam Blessing, vice-president, and Gayle Grim. Absent from this picture were Paula Young, and the advisor, Mrs. Schnakenburg.
Marsha Wellemeyer made her AOPi sisters proud as she walked to her throne at the EC vs. St. Joe football
game to reign as 1966 Homecoming Queen on Oct. 29.
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Nancy Burns Marty C2iYFif1glOr1 Barbara DSFFCM Connie Doughty Barbara Erickson Peggy Ferriel Marilyn Glaess
Ggye Goebel Andy Henry Suzanne Hewitt Mary Ann Hunt Diane Dejonckheere Anita jones jeanniejones
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Alpha Omicron Pi, founded at Barnard College of Columbia University in 1897,
formed Chi Lambda chapter at Evansville College on .june 2, 1951. After winning
Homecoming Queen title three consecutive years, AOPi retired the traveling
trophy in 1966.
Some of the honors received by AOPi are Miss United Fund Qthree yearsj,
May Day Queen Cthree yearsl, Basketball Queen, Panhellenic Scholarship Trays,
and material scholarship awards.
AOPL has a Winter Formal, the Red Rose Ball, which honors pledges, and
a Spring Formal. Tom Cook was the AOPi's Favorite Guy.
Twas an inside luau that brought these soror
ity sisters together.
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Susan Kelley Joyce Kleinhenn April Knaeblg Mary Koch Karen Lippoldt Jeanne MCCUIICY Sherri' Meddofk
Janie Mengon Gail Mohrman Kathy Nelson Sylvia Nenneker Tammi Neu Karen Norris judy Plymate
Becky Prince jane Reasor Sue Rowland Sue Schelosky Robynn Schlundt CHr0lyn Scott Connie Sturm
Gina Voight Julie Walton Gail Weil Marcia Wellemeyer Sandy Williams Linda Wilson Becky Young
Members of Chi Omega Land posed lor this picture, The sorority's symhol,
E the owl, is represented on the lelt. The Chi O pods are not necessarily
f , Q representative ol' pledgesg Chi U President Nira Zuroske displays one in
the from row center.
Chi U pledges are shown outside of Hughes
Hall as they fulfill one of their pledge duties-
taking trophies home to clean.
Paula Aeker Cheryl Becker Dianne Black Linda Black Cindy Boswell Jeri Boyd Gail Brooks Rosie Buchenberger
Connie Cartwright Suzi Clark Becky Cooper Barbara Criswell Pat DePriest Pat Dissette Beth Edwards Jill Edwards
W, they Peggy Edwards Gayle Grim Alison Gumm Janie Huffman Millie Goody Carol Klein Connie Krause AI'lCnC Martin
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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. There are presently 132 chapters of
Traditional events include a spaghetti supper, trip to a city or-
phanage, an Easter egg hunt for faculty children, and a Spring formal.
In addition, each spring a social science award is presented to a
deserving senior woman.
This year Chi Omega took first place with their homecoming dis-
play 'fSpin Out a Win", and Miss Pat Dissette was first runner-up
for Homecoming Queen. The pledge class also won a plaque for
outstanding school spirit.
The owl is a symbol of Chi Omega, the white carnation is the
fraternity Hower, and the colors are cardinal and straw.
Miss Nira Zuroske has served as president during the year, and Pat
DePriest has been her vice-president.
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Williams, and Rush Chairman Rosalee Buchen-
burger, attended Chi O's national convention.
Betty Martin Martha McChesney
Donna McElderry Marilyn Meiser Sherry Noyes Pam Pearcg Marty Plank Tina Porch Donna Prell Barbara Sanford
Mary Schafer Sandy Sharpe Susan Slade Becky Snyder Val Sorenson Linda Topper Cinda Tucker Susan Vinton
Pat Vote Karlena Wallace Dianne Wampler Barbara Wilder Shirley Williams BCUY Wilson Linda Youngblood Nira Zumskf'
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Karen Allen Karen Anderson Ann Arensman Beth Bellamy Kathy Britton Cindy Brown Pam Brown Shiiffm Brown
Gwen Cadick Susie Cole Vicki Colvin jane Downey Beth English Susan English Nancy Freyburger Suzellen Gall
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jackie Garner Darleen Harrison Chris Hawhee Ramona Hires Marcia Hisgen Cindy Hudson Connie Hughes JCYmifCF,l0l'lCS
Nancy Kirkman Brenda Knowles jean Labhart Peggy Livers Nancy Madden Susan Palmer jan Paseal Kathy Pascoe
jo Peacock Mary Peck jo Pheasant Donna Porter Kathy Reeder Betsy Ross Molly Rubin Sharon Schmidt
.Iudy Smith Ginger Summers Carol Vaught Pam Vaught Judy Voris Coleen Wedeking Marcia Werle Phyllis Wheaton
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Miss Evansville College for 1966 was Phi Mu's Connie Hughey. Here she receives congratulations from some of her sorority
sisters who were also in the contest. Miss Hughey also was named Miss Congeniality.
Evansville Collegeis chapter of Phi Mu sorority has piled
up a list of activities and honors for the organization and
its members. The sorority this year had a Presentation Ball,
Spring Formal, national philanthropic project HOPE,
sponsored an orphan, senior recognition banquet, fraternity
exchange parties, summer workshop, and philomathean
hours. Five sorority sisters are members of Angel Flight, four
are members of Little Sisters of Minerva, two are members
of Crescents, Betsy Ross was junior class treasurer, Nancy
Freyburger was Miss Icebreaker Queen, Ginger Summers
was Betty-Coed, and Lynn Whittington was chairman of the
Union Games Committee.
Lynn Whittington Nancy Winternheimer Paula Young Connie Zehner
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An Evansville College football player on top of the world won second place
for Zeta Tau Alpha in the homecoming displays.
Zeta Tau Alpha begins each year with its annual pledge
banquet. Other chapter traditions include the initiation
banquet, senior breakfast, the White Violet Pledge Dance,
Spring Formal, and an all-campus Mardi Gras dance.
Zeta's homecoming queen candidate was second runner-up
Last year the sorority backed Sigma Alpha Epsilon in the
HBig 39" Bike Race. Also that spring, Zeta won the ofhce of
Student Government Association's treasurer.
At the Spring Formal, Mike Graves of Sigma Alpha
Epsilon fraternity was named the chapter's sweetheart for
Zeta Tau Alpha
Zeta's Sharon Chandler was first runner-up in the 1966 Miss Evansville
College pageant. She performed a dance in her "Canadian Sunset" cos-
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Patty Askew Nancy Akin Mary Bass 'llzinyzi Beauchamp Pam Blessing Donna Boyd .Ian liover
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Vicky Combs jane Dahl Judy Dudley Sheryl Fell Christy Fisher Nancy Cregg Pl'1YlliS H2138
Mickie Hirshman Diane Hooper Leanne Howerler Leahjones Linda Kirkham Mary McQueen Carol Michel
Diane Mueller TCHHH Newman Barbara Nicksic Debbie Piper Minnie Schnapf Debbie Shroder Gail Steiner Carol Stotler
LHDOHIIE1 SIFL1Cl'l Linnea Stula Linda Thompson Linda Trott Kathy Whetstone TCFFY Wl1iISiIl Sarah Yiiggi
Kappa lpha si
In Uctober 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.
Un April 3, 1965, the Scrollers became chartered
members of Kappa Alpha Psi. At that time, they
,joined Evansville College's lnterfraternity Council.
Kappa Alpha Psi sponsors the "Megatons of Fun"
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, which helps
students interested in different fields of study.
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Terry Atwater George Berry Anthony Hargrove
Alexander Harris Art Jordan Irving Marshall Larry Murdaugh
Bernard Robinson Walter Robinson Davenya Sanders Willie W21ShingI0n
Dave Weeks William Whitticker Herb Williams
1 ohn Dennis Mike Greg jim Milt Will
Brackett Brandenberger Brinkmeier Brosey Brown
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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.
Last spring, the local chapter won the Big 39
Bicycle Race for the fourth consecutive year. Lambda
Chi has also won first place in the judging of
homecoming displays during three of the past four
years. Each fall, the Chis sponsor the Watermelon
Bust, an all-campus dance.
Dean Robert Wilson is faculty advisor for the
This fall, the fraternity started construction on
its new home on Weinbach Avenue. During the
construction period, Lambda Chi met in the Union
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Browning Butterworth Campbell
Doug Ted jerry
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Brad Don Steve Terry Ron Bob Brian T0m Dick
Garrett Gibbs Green Hartman Hatfield Harper Hearn Hclmbach Iii-my
Rick Frank Mike Ron Gary Gary Rick Bill Paul
Hohimer Hughes Hughey .l0l1DS0I1 'jones Katterhenry Kingston Koch Krohne
john Rick Phil Hugh Bill john Roger Mike JOHN
Laforgue Lowenkamp Mangin Martin Nlatthgwg Miller Miller Minton A Nail
Steve jerry Mike Chuck Jim Ron Mike Russ Howard
Noblitt Norris Oliver , Oswald Owen Palace Poland Post Pratt
Dan Rodney Norm Doug Steve Tom Dave Rich Denny
Proctor Quick Tulley Raeburn Raibley Rickhart Riggs Risemas Robbins
Tom Bob Rick jeff Chuck Bernie Harry Dan Chuck
Rogers Ross Sander Sanders Scherer Schrader Smith Starkey Steeler
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SUUSOU Summers Umberger Vandever Watson Wedel Winebaugh VVinlield Youngblood
"Fanny, De Cirque de Yinqtiemem was the title ofSigmz1 Alpha Epsilnn's skit in Musical Madness for I966. The fraternity eopped third place in the men's divi
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon
On December 15, 1957, Pi Epsilon Phi, the oldest local
fraternity in the nation became a chapter of Sigma Alpha
Epsilon National Fraternity.
Last year the Indiana Epsilon chapter sponsored a bleed-
in. They received more than 200 pints of blood which were
sent to our fighting men in Viet Nam.
A hrst on Evansville College campus was the formation
of the Little Sisters of Minerva, an organization of girls for
the support of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The fraternity honored
them at the 1966 Spring Formal by making them all sweet-
Last year the Sigma Alpha Epsilon's took first place in
intramural football, golf, bowling, and wrestling.
Traditions with the fraternity include the Mother's Day
Weekend, the Playboy party, and the Hell's Angel's
party. Mr. Millard Pace is the chapter advisor.
Rick Kreke Steve Longden Brad McGinnis Roger Me-land Dennis Nutty john Pauler Richard Pauler
Bruce Pearce Larry Polster Harold Powell Joseph S. Reid Charles Ruckman Charles Salerno David Schlansker
ohn Shatzer james Shea Earl Stanfield Larry Tallman Charles Taylor Richard White Tom Young
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Sig Ep men are proud of their brothers who contri-
bute to the strength of the varsity football team.
ROW ONE: Randy Muhrer, Mike Dean, Tom
Cook. ROW TWO: Gordon Jaffray, Steve Gran-
nan and Bob Bannwart.
Sigma Phi Epsilon national fraternity, chartered here fraternity HS their sweetheart.
March 12, 1955, was founded nationally at Rich- During the year the men have received several cam-
mond CVa.D College and has168 chapters. pus honors. The chapter received the scholarship tro-
The fraternity brothers renew fellowship and re- phy fall quarter and tied for it winter quarter. Last
view their ritual several times each year at Camp spring the Sig Ep Musical Madness skit won second
Carson during weekend retreats. Several brothers rep- place.
resented the local chapter at a national leadership A lawn display featuring Snoopy and entitled
school at Indiana University last September. HBomb'em Aces" won second place during homecom-
Sandy Williams, an AOPi, was chosen by the ing activities.
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Avels Bacas Baggett Bannwart Baresic Barker Barrett Brewer
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Cook Dean Deckard Dunn Dye Ellison Espenlaub Franks French
Sig Ep executive committee members are Alan I-Iungate, comp-
troller: Jim Jansen, recorderg Tom Cook, presidentg Terry Ising,
secretary, and Bill Kitchens, vice-president.
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Lewis Lively Millay Miller Montgomery Muhrer Overton Overton Phipps
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Tau Kappa Epsilon
The Zeta Beta chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon
was chartered on May 25, 1957, thus giving
Evansville College its third national fraternity.
The TKE chapter herethas been revamped and
reorganized by a succession of forceful leaders to
take its place in the chain of a strong national
TKE led the fraternities in intramural sports
last year with first place in volleyball, basketball,
softball, tennis, and paddleball. The Tekes began
the 1966-1967 school year with pledging 35 men
and a Hrst place in the AA division Homecoming
displays, along with winning the overall display
The Tekes sponsor an all-campus lawn party
each year in the fall and close the year with their
Red Carnation Ball.
Mr. Birk Harl serves as the TKE faculty ad-
visor and Mr. A.C. Biggs serves as their chapter
Mrs. Jessie Scales is Tau Kappa Epsilonis
housemother, and Miss julie Walton is the Sweet-
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Dedication of Brentano Hall
Carnegie Administration Building at Moores Hill
Brentano Opens with
Brentano Residents are: ROW ONE Connie Seifert, Petrine Chris- Petr, Pam Oldham, Mavis Beasley, Terry Whitsitt andjuanice Miller
tein, Susan Shaw, Diane Marshall. ROW TWO Susan Hession,jean
ROW ONE Glenda Clayton, Thelma Ashby, Patty Jones, Susie Jones,
Carla Estes, Cathy Ross, Gayle Swain. ROW TWO Judy Gosnell, Donna
Porter,Jane lnglehart, Ann Wallace, Mary Timpe, Lyn Butler, Kathy Kirt-
ley, Marian Schnapf, Lumelia Baxter. ROH' THREE Jayne Lankford,
Betsy Cox, Rosalie Rich, Kathi Brooks, Pam Alvis, Patricia Mayer, Gaye
Goebel,-Judy Plymate, and Beth Sheppard.
ROW ONE Karen Simpson, Jeanne Chaney, Jane Downey, Linda Sch-
weiger, Shirley Schiewe, Susie Hixon, Rita Smith. ROW TWO Marcia
Learned, Nancy Keil, Pat Block, Barbara Ratlifl, Beth Neal, Barbara Hud-
son, Melissa I-lubbard, Andrea Parr, Pat Daniel, Marcia Werle, Brenda
Knowles, Sherril Adkins. ROW THREE Nancy Mangus, Susan Cornett,
Kay Fredricks, Linda Hicks, Barbara Brown, Charlene Allison, Kay Jones,
Joyce Sander. ROW FOI 'R Norma Peterson, Kate Leeper, Brenda Brooks
Susie Essig, Cindy Ludwig, Barbara Weir, Cynthia Muckley, Nancy Mc-
Fadin, Leslie Rinehart. ROW FIVE Karen Meier, Susan Poindexter
Saunie Rickenbaugh, Connie Anderson, Marcia Legg, and Prudence Stal
Brentano Residents are: ROW ONE Pat Bushman, Carol Greene, jill
Park, Linda I.. Brown, Marietta Meacham, Dee Atz, liecky Carter, Judy
Smith, Debbie Dierker. ROH' TIVOklane King, Pat Taylor, Diane Baker,
Mary jo Hunt, Sharon Hoehn, Barbara Thomas, Deborah Keeney, Pat-
ricia Barnett, Sandra Fondong, Connie Lea Alexander, Jane Ann Loy.
ROI1' THREE Gretchen Doerner, Sue Muncy, Irene Kuczynski, Ardra
Allred, Donna Boaz, Susie Clark, Carolyn Kuhn, Lynn Snouffer, Cheryle
Andersen, Nancy Allen. ROW FOUR Susie Cole, Ramona Hires, Sharon
Weiss, Beckie Morris, Sue Gishler, Sara Ehringer, janet Schrader, Pam
Naberhuis. ROW FIVE Irma Reed, Marilyn French, Phyllis Cooling,
Bonnie Schroering, Karen Lundsgaard, Karen Caywood, Lynn Okma,
Carol Oldberg, and Nan StifHer.
Hale Hall residents are ROW ONE Ronald Dunn, Dean Fagen Jerry lard, W. William Volckens, Bill Taylor, Norman Rinker, Dennis Avery
Tedford and Dan Morris. ROW TWO Spencer Gibbs, Franklin F. Bal- and D311 MUSSCIWIWC-
ROW ONE Robert Cochran, David F. Brooks, Eric C. Linder and Ron Emberton. ROW TWO Richard
N. Shannon,john Keilholz, David Bardes, Bill Fitzgerald, Gus Sipes, Bob Howe.
Hale Hall residents are: ROW ONE Richard Macy, Larry nolds. ROW THREE Garyj., Schurz, Roger Guth, Rayne Holmes
Prather, john Pyle, Chuck Cunningham, ROW TWO Tim Hall, David Splittoffandxlim Bumgarner.
Ronnie Carter, Paul A. N1artin,xIames M. Connolly, Rex McRey-
Hale Hall residents. ROW ONE Chuck Hustedt. .George Coyle, Bill Fred Park, Larry Miller, Doug Rains, Jim Fox. ROH' THREE Ronald
Gatheridge, Rex Morgan, Robert Petersen, Kerry L. Driggers, Kae Moore. L. Ayers, John Holderman, Steve Smith. Ron Martin, Steven Waggoner.
ROW TWO Dave Metz, Steve Hodgen, Norman Richards, Harvey Kiesel, H1161 SICVCJ- Reynolds.
en Occupy New ale Hall
ROW ONE O. Edward Wilhelm, Hartley Kidd, Charles Stagg, Bill B
Bercaw, Richard C. Rich. ROW TIVO Lawerence Winkler, Ed Whitley
Gary Henning, Allen Studt. ROIV THREE jim Stroh, Steve Naberhuis
Lon R. Gilbert, Steve Creekbaum, Donald L. Lisman, and Mike T.
Moore Hall residents are ROW ONE Susan Shaw, Theresa Crawford, Jill Pickering, Carolyn Sheckfee,
Judy Jones. ROW TWO Carla Miles, Susan Hession, V'rginia Crosier, Judy Gillum and Judy Frederick-
Moore Hall Women Gather Qften
for Floor Meetings, Parties, To Study
Moore Hall girls above are ROW ONE Amy Vollmer, Alice Cagle,
Nancy Neumeier, Jeanne Thorsen, Sue Isenhower, Betsy Zaharako.
ROW TWO Bev Alles, Sarah Kozicky, jan jordan, Marcia Hunter,
Karen Fox, Sue Michael, Susan Lampson. ROW THREE Mary Lou
Ellis, Susan DeBaun, Lynne Holtzapple, Sue Anderson, Betsy Ander-
son and Mary Helen Best.
ROW ONE Nancy Staubitz, Linda Delaney, Cathy Mann. ROII' TIVO
jane Thomas, MidgeSchultze, Carol Zell, Marty Dugan. ROIV THREE
Donna Thorne, Ann Heath, Melinda Harman and Gwen Songer.
Moore Hall residents are ROW ONE Pat Pennington, Paula Hunsickenjaniee Hougland, Carol
Kistner, and Donna MeElderry. ROW TIVO jo Anne Laufer, jan Bierod, Carol Schrader, Sue
Hess, Gayla Williams and Nira Zuroske.
ROW ONE Mim Ratlifl, Becky Conaway, jo Ann Kramer and Pattie Halkowich. ROW TWO Diane jump, Judy Cron, Rita
Hardy, Carol Meese and Sandra Ely.
oore Hall Women
Residents of Moore Hall are ROW ONE Marce Bradley, Yoneki Shinozaki, Susan Davis, Pamela Gilbert, Leslie Goettel, Benna Ellis. ROW TWO Faye
McElfresh, Mary Davidson, Betty Fisher, Lee Tomlinsonjane Ellen Price, Martha Record, Karen Mullins. ROWTHREE Brenda Ashby, Frances Groves,
Jody Burghardt, Darla Kessans,Jane Hughey, Jane Boultinhouse, and Gaynelle Alvery.
Moore Hall residents ROW ONE-Linda Collins, Susan Larson, Linda Jamison, Mary
Robinson, Irma Moore, Patti Brooks. ROW TIVO Ellen Eiehel, lVIary Toy,Jan Harmon,
-jan Endicott, Brent Moore, Cheryl Branch, Jackie Steele. RUIVTHREE Marty Zorn,
Margaret Spaar, Mary Woodall,-jan Thornton, Roxie Baldwin, Linne Stula.
Moore Hall residents are RUI1' ONE Frances Cobb, Rose Cole, Tonya Wittmer, lili
zabeth Rotramel, Anna Kessens, Shannon Clark, Sally Eaton, Susan Forsythe, Judy
Patterson, Martha Praay, Jonnie Eccles. RU W TPVU Margaret Gushwa, Joy Urban
Brenda Wells, Cheryl Schneck, Bonnie Bealer, Judy McMullen, Elaine Pearson, La
Donna Stein, Jan Taylor. ROW THREE Susan Irving, Donna Simpson, Becky Roe-
themeier, Suzanne Small, Marilyn Schnarr, Alice Smart, Cynthia Davis, 'I'erry Wa
ihela, Ginny Kilby, Carol Neukam, Marsha Richards. RUW FOl'R Mary Delzell
Betty Simmons, Janie Dailey, Carol Wood, Donna Jean Lamb, Lynne Craper
Cathy Werking, Thelma Finch, Sally Mayfield, and Carolyn Roth.
Hughes Hall residents are. ROW UNE Earl Agers, Richard Lorenz, John
C. Updike. ROW TWU E. K. Holman, Thomas L. Mathek, and Ronnie
Residents of Hughes Hall Rllll' UNIL' Steve Harkness, Ronald Kellem, lion Palme,
Richard A. johnson, Steve Hess, W, David Jones, Steve Klingerherger. RUN' 'l'l1'U
Kenneth Luzaderulohn Petrie, Andrew Thomas, Stephen Wiggins, Dian Walker, Mike
Sh0rt,Kjay W. Kent, Greg Baehert.
ROW ONE John Denu, Frank Denning, Alan Rudolph,
Ronald Sevier, Gregory Terry, Paul Rodgers, and Bruce Love-
less. ROW TWO Ray Adams, Drew Miller, jim House,
Elmer Brames,john Henry,jim Simmons and Leland Krush.
ROW UNE Charles Pedersen, Patrick Cffvlalley Ill, Mike Cashman,
George Hein, Clement K. Liu, RON' TWU Ron Vogler, Fred Lloyd, Dean
MeCane, Tom Pease, Ron Fresh.,
RUIVUNE Wayne Wells, Charles Schantz, Stevexlester,-lim Morris, Pat Childs. R0 W TWO William L. Gentry, William R. Berger, Emin Soyugenc,
Terry Hasler, Raymond L, Young, Mike Warner. R0 lV7'HREEJohn Ronald Sauer, Philip Coopenjeflrey Dice, Robert C. Fornges and Michael A. Heady.
ROW UNE Thomas Kleinfeldt, Wayne Dersch, Dennis Woodulim Helm,Jon C. Ramey, Eddie Sullivan. ROW TWO Ron Handziak, Doug Townsend,
Bill Scherzinger, Sam Small, Larry Enlow,Joe Zilch.RUWTHREE Dean Ketcham,John B. Brown, Connelljones, Michael Kinnett,jerry Nord and Alan
Franklin House women are ROW ONE Sarah Yaggi, Nancy jordan, Judy Dudley. ROW TWO Clara
Curts, Barbara Winnett, Martha Peter, Linda Koertge, Sharon Wast. ROW THREE Sherry Rengers,
Darbeyjo Lutz, Harriet Sachse, Linda Graves, Carolyn Sivert and Linda Thayer.
Some Choose Apartment Life in Franklin
ROW ONE Charyle Mueller, Jeanne Binns, Becky Hauselman, joy jackson. ROW TWO Mary Linda Cavins, Carol
ham, Hooi-Cheng Tan. RO W THREE Phyllis Wood, Virlee Fleck, Veronica Hsiung, Tanya Gulley and Sue Williams.
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Bigney House Women are ROW ONE Barbara Hurst, Margaret Kays, Susan Westriek. ROW TWO Karen Hunter, Becky Holtegel, Mary Kriegbaum,
-Ioyce Fisher, Judy Brand, Betty Schkibaum, -Ianet Lasley. RO W THREE Beth Stickley, Carol Shoulders, Shirley Goodman, julia Gehlhausen, Judy Wells
and - Iudy Hammond,
RO W ONE Melinda Watson, Donna Libbert, jean Kessner. RO W TWO
Marie Stewart, Becky Wineiger, Patricia Nimnicht and Darlene Wooley.
Representing the men who live in Hovda House are in ROW ONE Dick
Martin, Kent Enos, Steve Clark and Michael Denning. ROW TWO: jim
Anderson, Ron I-Iimmelhaver, George Lucas and Chuck Feider.
Dixon, Sherolyn R 94
2 ,X e
Abell, Gary 90
AlwlJot1,Di.lI1e E 148
Alwbottglaliet K 28,129
Acker, Paula Y 150
Adams, Darrell C 158,56,
Adams, Raymond 'l' 182
Adcock, Shirley R 90
Adkins, Sherril l, 169
Adler, Merrie E911
Agers, Earl 180
Akin, Nancy C 155
Alexander, Connie L 170,
Alexander, Donald E 911
Allen, Arthur P,Ir 127
Allen, Karen L 152,911,129
Allen, Nancy E 170
Allen, Stephenj 57,58,59
Alles, Beverly S 175
Allison, Charlene K 169
Allred, Ardra K 170,134
Allred, Barry L 119,122,
Alvey, Marv G 177
Alvis, Pamela A 148,119,
Andersen, Cheryl 170
Anderson, Ann E 152,90
Anderson, Betsy 111,175
Anderson, Conniell 169
.Anderson ,james 187
Anderson,Jane E 90,123
Anderson, Karen L 152
Anderson, Michellej 42
Anderson, Sue C 90,1 1 1,
Andrews, Karen L 148,122
Angermeier, Ronald W
Ankrom, Gary W 90
Ansburg,Jennifer L 115
Arendt, Mary C 90
Arensman, Ann C 118
Ash, David E 160
Ashby, Brendaj 177
Ashby, Thelma L 169
Ashley, Garold W 90
Ashleyhloycelin G 115
Ashworth, lrisj 118,130
Askew, Patricia 155
Atherton, Stephen R 133
Atwater, Terry V 151 ,60,
Atz, Delilah L 170,134
Aulderhargjohn D 158
Augustine, Glenn A 90
Augustine, Normal 90,
Austin,janice L 148
Avels, Raymond R 162
Avery, Dennis T 126,171,
Ayers, Ronald L 173
Bachert, Gregory D 181
Bae, Ronald P 60
Baggett, Keith 162
Bahn, Gary A114
Baize, Timothy B 133
Baker, Diane 170
Baker, Beverly 129
Baker, Paulette M 135
Baldwin, Roxannall 115,179
Ballard, Franklin F 122,
Bannwart, Robert A 65,66,
Barber, David C 91
Bardes, David T 171
Baresic, Stephen T 15,162
Barker, Rosemary 91
Barker, William L 162
Barnett, Patricia E 170
Barrett, Gregory R 162
Barrett, Robert R 158,91
Barteltgjohn R 164
Bartle, Rayna L 91 ,1 19,
Bass, Mary L 155
Bastain,,Iames E 127
Baumgartner, Scott H
Bausgloseph W 129
Bayer, Gary L 133,47
Bayer, Steven L 17,133
Bealer, Bonnie E 178
Beanblossomhjack K 136
Beasley, Mavis M 168,130
Beauchamp, Tonya 155
Beckulames A 65,164,56
Beck, Roger B 158,56,60
Beck, William A 160
Becker, Cheryl B 150,52,54
Behler, Brianj 91,131
Bell, Mary L 135
Bell, StevenA 158,116
Bellamy, Beth E 152,118
Bender, George A 164,54
Bender, Harold B 71
Bennett, Marcia L 17,91,
Bennett, Ralph G 9,131
Bennett, Thomas V 160
Bent,,Iohn W ll 164
Bentley, Russell Iklr 131
Bercaw, William R 172
Berger, William R 184
Berkemeier, Diane K 91
Berry, George 155
Besing, Darvin B 91
Bess, Allen 132
Bestkjames P 120
Best, Mary H175
Bierodulanis E 91,111,113,
Bigger, Delia W 148,115
Black, Dianne E 150,52
Black, Linda O150,52
Black, Paul E 158,91 ,1 12,
Blades, Diana 117
Blades, Howard M 91
Blaine, Susanna M 14,124
Bleckmann, Charles A 114
Bledsoe, Garry M 19,158,
Blemker, Don A 19,158,52
Blessing, Pamela A 147,
Block, Patricia A 169,130
Boaz, Donnaj 170
Booth, William P 92
Borre, Earl Wxlr 19,158,
Boswell, Cynthia M 150
Bowen, Frank R 92,120
Bower, David A 160,92,
Boyd, Donna E 147,155,
Boyer,janet R 155,113,
Boyte, Linda K 117
Brackett, William T 158
Bradley, Edward L 146,
Bradley, Marcella D 117,
Bragg, Tyrone M 136
Brames, Elmer F182
Branch, Cheryl L 179
Brandkludith A 186
Braun, Conrad C 92
Bretz, Charlotte R 92,1 19
Bretz, Maryj 130
Brewerulay R 162
Bridges, Mary 92
Brinkmeyer, Dennis L 15,
Britton, Barry L 117,130
Britton, Kathleen G 152
Broerman, Richard F 164
Bronson, Sharon K 155
Brooks, Anthony 69
Brooks Brenda K 169
Brooks, Kathleen 169
Brooks, lN4ary G 150,52
Brooks, Patricia 1 18,
Brosey Michael L 158
Brown, Barbara A 169
Brown, Cynthia M 152,139
Brown, Gregory S 158,122,
Brown jerry N 92,133
Brown, Linda L 170
Brown, Sharon L 152
Brown, Susan S129
Browne,james A 68
Browning,james W 15,28,
Bryanujames W 92
Bryan, Sherry L 155
Bryant, Gordon A 57,58
Buesking, Martha S155
Buesking, Ruth E 155,92,
Bugher,janet Y 155
Bumgarnerhjames M 172,
Burke, Donaldj 65
Burkhart, Richard M 66
Burns, Nancy L 148
Bushman, Patricia H 170
Butcher, Sandra L 127
Butler, Deena S 115,122
Butler,jimmie L 160,56
Butler, Lynn 169
Butt,joseph L 92
Butterworth, Milton T
Buttrumklane E 92
Byrd, Sam 70
Cabbage, Cathy S 130
Cadick, Gwenda L 152,128
Cagle, Alice L 175
Campbell, Wilbert GJ 158
Capes, Paul R 92
Carey, Bobby G 127
Cariens, Kathleen R 117
Carmichael, Thomas L
Carmichael, Kathryn Fox
Carrara, William 66
Carrington, Martha A 148
Carroll, Thomas F 158,116
Carter,Jerry L 92,120
Carter, Rebecca S 170,130
Carter, Ronnie W 172
Carter, Robert A 158
Cartwright, Connie C 150
Cashman, Michael R 183
Cavins, Mary L 185,130
Caylor, Susan D 93,111,
Caywood, Karen 170
Chambers,jimmy E 93,
Chambers, Timothy G 57
Chandler, Sharon A 154,
Chaneyhleanne G 155,169
Cheaney, Edwardll 164,56
Cheek, Marlene A 118,130
Childs, Patrick L 184,132
Christein, Petrinej 168
Chudada, Ronald A 93,164
Clark, Linda F 130,135
Clark, Linda K 118
Clark, Shannon R 155,127,
Clark, Steve 187
Clark, Susan L 150,115,32
Clayton, Glenda G 139,
Cleek, Ruth A 93
Cobb, Frances A 93,111,
Cochran, Robert M M 93,
Coffin, Charles F 132,134
Cohn, Richard K 57,59
Cohrs, Donald E 164
Cole, Rose M 93,111,1 13,
Cole, Susan A 152,170,130
Coleman, Ronald E 129
Collins, Linda K 179
Collins, Thomas D 20
Colvin, Vicki L 152
Combs, Vickie L 144,155
Comer, David K 133
Conaway, Rebecca L 93,
Conaway, Robert P 116
Connollynjames M 172
Connor, Kathleen M 118
Conrad,Janet A 130
Cook, Sara W 93
Cook, Stephen P 66,93
Cook, Thomas L 148,93,
Cooling, Phyllisj 170
Cooper, Philip S 184
Cooper, Rebecca C 150
Cooper, Roger 1 16
Corn, Arlene A 134
Cornett, Susan A 169,130
Covington,jeanette Y 93
Covington, Robert 93
Cox, Elizabeth M 169
Coyle, George F 119,173,
Coyle,jean M 93,109,
Crane, Donald M 160,66,
Crane, Robert R 66,93
Crawford, Theresa A 174,
Creekbaum, Steve 172
Cress, Stephen E 132,134
Criswell, Barbara C 150,
Crocker, Mary A 111,134
Cron,judith M 93,176
Crosier, Virginia A 174
Crum, Steve 70
Cunningham, Carol A 185
Cunningham, Charles 172
Curts, Clara M 185
Cusack, Thomas PIII 160
Dalton, Elizabeth C 93
Daniel, Patricia A 169
Dassel, Paul R 93,164,132
Dauby, Larryj 93
Davidson, Mary L 177
Davis, Candy 118,178
Davis, Donaldj 134
Davis, Stephenj 93
Davis, Suzan Q 177
Dawson, Bryantj 93
Dawson, Karen S 93
Dean, Donald M 66,70,
Debaun, Susan L 175
Debord, Randall W 116
Deckard, Robert E 162
Defrehn, Barbara L 148
Defur,joe W 164,53
Dejonckheere, Diane E
Delaney, Linda F175
Delinger, Leo T 93
Delzell, Mary D 94,111,
Demaree, Diana D 111,134
Denning, Frank L 182
Denning, Michael T 94,
Denunjohn L 182
Denzer, Susan 94
Depriest, Patricia A 12,
Dersch, Wayne W 184
Dice,je1Trey N 184
Dierker, Deborahj 170
Dillinger, Lee 120
Dinnsen,john S 14,15
Dinwiddie, Michael T 172,
Dishman, Robert C 158,94,
Dissette, Patricia A 147,
Doan, Martha R 94
Doerner, Gretchen S 170,
Doninaujames A 160,66
Don, Charlotte S 118
Donald, Patrick 94
Donohue, Larry A
Doty, Mary C 133
Dougherty, Dennis R 136
Doughty, Constance G 145,
Downey,jane E 152,169
Driggers, Kerry L 173,133
Dubuque, Barry L 133
Dudley,judith A 155,185
Dugan, Margaret E 175
Dunn, Eddie R 162
Dunn, Ronald W 171
Durkee, Michael M 158
Duvall, Dennis M 164
Dye, Donaldj 70,162
Dyehouse, Linda F 94
Eakins, Waverly Tjr 94,
Eaton, Karen F 117
Eaton, Sally L 118,129,178
Eccleshlonnie D 1 78
Edmonds, Dennis 120
Edwards, Beth L 150,94
Edwards,Jill A 150
Edwards, Margaret L 150
Edwardson, George S 164
Eflinger, Pacquine R 94
Efhnger, Ruth C135
Ehringer, Saraj 29,170
Eichel, Ellen S 179
Eilier, Larry L 116
Elder, Susan E 108,130
Elliott, Richard L 94
Ellis, Benna K 177
Ellis, Mary L 175,134
Ellis, Patricia S 94,130,
Ellison,John G 162
Elson, David C 158
Ely, Sandra K 94,176
Elzer, Barbara A 94,111
Elzer, Sherrilyn R 117
Emberton, Ronald W 114,
Emge, David M 133
Endicott,Janet S 126,179
English, Mary E 152
English, Susanj 152
Enlow, Larry E 184
Ennis, Rudolph L 94
Enos, Kent E 187
Erickson, Barbara R 148
Hinton, Carolyn S 96
Espenlaub, Alan L 162,42
Essig, Susie S 115,169
Estes, Carla R 169,130
Ethridge, Sandra L 109.
Euler, Samj 69
Euston, Donald E 158
Eyles, Douglas G 160
Farny, Thomas C 117
Farris, Loyal K 164
Fechtmeister, Mary A 94
Feider, Charles M 187
Feigel, Angela 118,117
Fell, Sheryl L 155.111
Feltner, David L 160
Fenneman, Kathie L 118,
Ferriel, Peggy A 148
Filson, Douglas M 158,60
Finch, Thelma I 178,134
Fisher, Bettyj 177
Fisher, Christine L 155
Fisheruloyce E 186
Fitzgerald, William V 171,
Flaherty, Michael S 133
Fleck, Virlee I 185
Fleig, Bradford R 94,120
Foland, Theodore B 158,
Foley, Walter W 94
Fondong, Sandra R 170
Ford, Charles B 28
Foreman, Paul R 95
Foreman, Steven 95
Fornges, Robert C 114,184
Forsythe, Cynthia K 130
Forsythe, Susan L 178
Fowler, Claraj 95
Fox,james D 173
Fox, Karen S 95,111,129,
Fox, Michael W 116
Franks, David 162
Fredricks, Kay E 169
Frederickson,judith A 174
Freeman,jerrell E 158,1,14,
Frenchhjimmy R 95,162
French, Marilynj 170
Fresh, Ronald L 183
Freyburger, Nancy L 29,
Frick, Daniel R 53
Fritz, Steven W 116
Gabriel,james N 158
Gall, Suzellen 152
Gardner,jim K 160
Garner,jacqueline S 152,
Garrett, Bradleyj 159
Garrett, Lynn D 160
Gatheridge, William R 95,
Gatlin, Terry L 66
Gehlhausenululia A 186
Genglebach, Carlj 66
Gentry, William L 184
Georgesen, Stephen D 95,
Gerkin, Carol A 117,136
Gibbs, Donald E 159
Gibbs, Spencer L 171
Gilbert, Lon R 120,172,
Gilbert, Pamela E 177,133
Giles, Ronald L 112,163
Gilliam, Linda L 136
Gillum,judith L 174
Gishler, Sue 170
Given, Charles E 95
Gladish, Ronald W 95,
Glaess, Marilyn M 148,115
Glass, Ronald E 133
Goebel, Gaye 148,115,169
Goebel, Terry L 29
Goergen, Tom 68
Goettel, Leslie P 177
Goff, Wayne K 95
Golightly, Peter S 160,95
Gooch,Janet R 118
Gooch, Wendell L 95
Goodman, Shirley S 186
Goodridgeulames F 95
Goodwin, Sandra K 111
Goody, Amealia S 150
Gordan, Harold D 70,60
Gore,joseph K 114,165,
Gorman, Edward L 116
Gosnelluludith A 169
Grammar, Ed 163
Grant, Larry 70
Graper, Lynn 178
Graper, Robert E 95,165,
Graul, Ronald W 111
Graves,john C 163
Graves, Lindaj 185
Graves, Michael L 160
Green, Steven F 159
Greene, Carol L 170
Greenwell, Audrey S 95
Gregg, Nancy E 155
Griffing, Beverly A 29
Griffith, Mary L 117
Grim, Gayle A 147,150
Grimmeujohn M 165
Groves, Frances L 177,134
Groves, Robert A 66
Groves, Teddy W 95
Gulley, Tanya M 185
Gullian, Linda 117
Gumberts, Alan E 163
Gumm, Lee A 29,150
Gumm, Alison 1 15
Gushwa, Margaret A 95,
Guth, Roger A 172
Haas, Phyllis A 155,130
Hadley, Bill A 163
Hagenseiker, Lynn R 128
Hagstrom, Garry L 165,53
Haines, Thomas B 165,
Halkowich, Patricia S 95,
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Young, Paulaj 153
Young, Raymond L 111,
Young, Rebecca A 149,
Young, Thomas E 161
Youngblood, Linda D
Youngblood, Marcus L
Youngblood, Thomas 159 105
Yuska, Margaret E 105, 111
Zaharako, Elizabeth A
Zehner, Connie S 152,
Zell, Carol L 175
Ziliak, Alanxl 105,165
Zimmer, Michael B 163
Zorn, Martha S 115,179
Zuroske, Niraxl 151,105,
Lin slzziiilsjoi' Lincoln, fha avenue ivizle
Un zvliiehfroiifs lhe eainlhus, thelielfl ofourprifle.
C means not only the College zvepraise-
Tl7e.tt'l7oolZ1'e zvill love fhroughoul all our days-
Hut Clifhml, fhemlather, a truepioneer
ll 'ho blazed out the via-y with a ivsioii clear.
1. in C reailarighf, Life in College aplbears,
Love in College translate il, ifthal suils your years.
Hui though C slanflsfor College and Culture, 'lil true,
'Tis fhekfirst part of City. Community, tooq
flna' uihile u e Lin C up each year to lhelbasf,
Forging a chain tha! ufill hold us allfast.
lVe mean to Lin C, also, our life here in school
To life in Ihe zvorla'-lhough opposed to all rule-
That ure may givefreelny of our very hes!
To the Cily which touches our floors on the ufesl,
A na' that il in ils lurn may leach us to knovi
Hou' to best serve ourfellouis as through life vie go.
Thus ofzvhaleverphase ofour College vie think,
Il is all to be found in one uiorrl-the Lin C.
Written for the first LinC in 1922
The 1967 LinC Staff
Editor-in-chief . . .
Managing Editor . . .
Campus Editor . . . .
Faculty Advisor , . . . .
Sports Section . .
Senior Section . . .
Greek Section ........ . . .
Organization Section . . . . .
Residence Section . . .
Honorary Section . . .
Index Section .... . .
Faculty Section . .
.. . julia L. Low
. . . . . Susan Kifer
. . Donna Powers
Mrs. Jeane Young
. . . Darryl Autry
. Graham Morey
. Glenda Clayton
. . . Barbara Huff
. . Karen Lobeck
Photography by jim Loving, Norma Augustine, Jeff Kratz,
Gary Dasse, Charlie Ruckman, Bruce Thompson and Julia
Low, student photographers. Other photographs courtesy of
Mr. Paul Hartman, Mr. William Adkins, The Evansville
Courier, The Evansville Press, and The Evansville Sunday
Courier ana' Press. Senior pictures by Beverly Studio,
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