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'J 5 w ' -M' ' ,, '- A V' - 'Ms Faq ljfzljf .uf fry- qw N I ,Ci H' V I 1 ',v-Mggg.. .z',, js ff ft. . . 1 l- T l- 1l ... I h L' C 1968 University of Evansville Evansville, Indiana Volume 46 LIFE IN CGLLEGE... ls A Series Gt Thresholds, Each Open Door An Invitation To A Different World. Across The Threshold Lies... Friendship, Warmth 5,3 , . . .QC . 3 .A .Q 'iii 'f W A M , INUA i ' Q I 4 wr W , 'V LPQ' .aw-s.,. if ,W -x,,.,Ny,. ., NVW.,-3 14' And Guidance. 2 'L fmw"i'm"?5QZ5 Guidance . . . Sc Necessary To Quell The Insecurity That Hauhts Us... ...As We Cross The T Threshold 4 5 11 ff i i 1 ippg rf' And Soon, In The Warmth Of Friendships, The Insecurity Fades 5 We Are Accepted E. C. qv 133 1 Gladly Enveloped In Four Years Of Security. 4. , , - .A i fp , X 'I x 'iff A4 Q QA 1 1 f ,f . X, NN! fy 2 1 QQ OX i,.,,, ,W ,, 1, , , wha' ki ' x f gr, ff f 1 f f f , 4 f ,, 6 4 NY f 1 cc . f A X A 'F S E ,c K .. Ii Q ' ' , J X Awww V2 - X W ,N ' Se .Q Q c yn., pw x ' f' K' www emewwf -" W X , We xx E 'f MW .w 9 Many! But Life ls A Series Cf Thresholds And The Doors To LIFE IN COLLEGE Lead Us To Yet Che IVlore . .. 7 student life student life student life student I student life student life Doors X 55. M ' was .E e-nil. X wget twiki . Gpen to a Weeks of worry and practice go into MIVI and it comes out very amateur in spite. It's not even for charity anymore. Chi O's clinched the big one. Angel Ginger Spring of Activities f -,, vi wc' 'iff The military took time out from drill drill drill to throw a ball crown an Angel, Ginger Summers, and say farewell to Kearby. ZTA brings New Orleans to UE free fun-a rarity Jeri Boyd reigns over Mardi Gras. Select freshmen girls anxious to be nurses receive something tangible for their efforts. 1 -bi, vf 4 . ww, x if? 7 0 ' x X X I X H 2 , . , f X . X is 425 1 1 'N 1 fx 4 nf ' z fi , fs Ss 'E ' 1 s Q Fi 1 5'-',:5:...a . 35 '9 N ,. X M 1 X Egg Fight Adds a Bit of Color to May Honors Day Q NW W . 9 , X' A x-1 w f -, z.: e ,.f. g .. K M.-ass Xggjk . A ffu ff 1 H iff W' isiiffa Y ' 2.- -win.. i 35.5 f X: iff' F Y i f 5 -may v M392 ' 91-,assi 1 W f v 2. x ,, , -1 i K 0 :ff X friw, ,mn 3 fl im? May Day-honor day give 'ern a little glory just for sticking it out. Seniors crowned a Nlay Queen Pat DePriest. Groups expended a lot of energy all for a little trophy and accidentally nad fun doing it Out of it all an egg fight began spontaneously. Students relished it. So seldom does spontaneity occur at UE. x 2 SGA elections- just another election? Notthis time this time a difference in platforms this time a clash of ideas this time a spirit to back the party and not just your frat's candidate. Every gimmick imaginable was used but there'lI be new ones next spring. A clean sweep but they fight a losing battle. Sometimes Somehow UE stifles. The Challenge of Office Brings a Threshold Shanklin Opens with Hamlet Forthe first time in too long the theatre takes on William Shakespeare and Hamlet and all the splendor and glory ofthe theatre is evoked l i l on the stage of Shanklin, All the ingredients are there lights, set, dialogueg real people a real play to show what UE can do. Simplicity, eloquence. all the wonder of Sha kespea re. l 15 Q! ff m,.f X it 4' X 1 A ff Q 1 fy 'if JC. I ff f ' x 'f M' Spring Week-End Proves to be the Best Yet Extrasensory perception- possible or not possible? Dave Hoy won over some unbelievers but skeptics still remain. And thus began Spring Week-end. The crude contest was cancelled- UE students are too crude. The plans of powerful university students were halted by mousy little ladies from the SPCA who wouldn't even accept our pennies. Corfield made his last big move by verbally assaulting the mousy little ladies for their narrow-minded provincial thinking much to the delight of UE students. And then Miss UE was chosen the only beauty singled out on campus for her own merits her own beauty her own talent her own intellect and not for the popularity and power of her sorority. lt's a contest among individuals yet the sorority reaps in all the glory. ZTA's Lynn Butler deserved her honor. The Buffalo Springfields The Outsiders big-name bands at a small school and the majority didn't bother to hear 'em 'Q Z? 1 " , ,Q 5 4 rr ' W , ,, 77.1 .Zyl fc' A f 49, ' 'T 3 85 'ffii N1 ,MEQ 421441, 14. ,, , ei Q45 W ' WN -- V i ed' if W ,U .ff ,ef 6 f ,f wi AQ. f Z p x ff. AQ, ,QQ Q" A . QZM "A Av" ff W W, , ww x f " X f . W, ,N 1' 8 2 W fv V ,AQ N 5 xx, R M295 3 . A Spring Week-End La m bda Chi A 1 L 1 The big deal at the big week-end was the Big 39 race, Round they went pedaling endlessly . . while girls inthe stands '1 a n S I n screamed constantly duringthe judging. They made themselves keep on pedaling until they could pedal no more. A change of riders some smooth, some reckless blacks and blues cuts and scratches air filled their lungs at last. AXA pedaled fastest cooled oft in the pool the brothers gathered round and sang. c, K QM yelled loudest. l Wi, it Q 'gwwffff' ia Y Q Y ' - - . S 7 4' . 1 c , 8 if 86 Y , Y. A . 1. 3. if- :iii i M . X , X '-'Q s . f xx . V F X J ,H J.. I9 if it 1 1 I 11 W They help each other they ask for help they ponder it alone. lt's all so complicated. Classes filled find another Wait in line classes filled search again fill out cards fill in cards damn IBM and Freshmen registration. At Presidents convo he spoke and spoke and typically they slept. ul -.Nw .V '-Q 1' 's"..f'-.5l ' 1 , X Q Insecurity Typifies all Frosh 20 ?, K am -I ,, 47. .. V, : -L 'K is The frats throw parties impress the campus impress the frosh with a new Miss Waterme trike races shaving cream messes go-go girls sorority pledges good bands good parties huge houses new houses plans for new houses. Make them feel welcome make them feel wanted impress them. P lon Bust l'l ! H wffgfw ,, 21 Frosh Choose P f x xf H7 AN ga 1 Jane Gumm X ., w , , SQT X e' 5- 5 WWW X S . Q 'ff . iziiw-ww W , i fi x .vb f X ff? 4 Z X As lcebrea ker Queen ,, 5 qw ' , Q 4 vhffffvfiiti 'X Q'-p "fZI:,f..-.-7. ,fi fs: f,,,---- l ig vim, Dad's Day turned into a week-end. Frosh chose their Icebreaker Queen to start things off Jane Gumm-fresh, vibrant beauty Mixed emotions at the game boredom, laughter, puzzlement lively action of cheerleaders gimme an A, gimme a C gimme an E, gimme an S vvhat've ya got ACES a heartfelt effort at often lagging UE enthusiasm. Lawrence Hybert Cnumber 245 football's Dad-of-the-year. UE also welcomed, stared at, and judged a real, live, honest-to-gosh in thetlesh Playmate Diane Chandler. Thanks to the Tekes. -mf D, Maw Activities Day, Class Elections f-Q . ts 'xffiiiiiiiiii 'gs .. gr' W' M 'I' 'WB , P is x ' g I W ng, . s-5 av g H ig ' , and 'af ' f J' M: 'Z-5 in an 'f fr W L- 1 4, gf - as f 'ss ? , 9 5 t A 4 ., Q f wa if ,M.,....,..... in H 5 , I 'Q Spark Campus Activity In the jungle at the Union students considered the organizations and some even decided to become part of UE activities. Once again the campus was plastered with class ofticer election, posters this fall. After a long hard day at the polls, candidates impatiently waited during numerous recounts, despite the poor turn out, for results. Action gained seven seats in Student Senate while All-Campus had to settle for five. X The cherubs of Angel Flight ' came down to earth long enough to stage a car wash. Naturally, they were afraid they might get their wings wet. Q if Umar Ji Homecoming 1967 Susie Essig GA, AXAS threw a lot of bull stumped the judges Chi Os went cuckoo with a Swiss theme and won the timely trophy. No Scott Baumgartrier is not on the LihC staff. I " Ki . f . , K and treecl first prize. I fi 7 2' E .Ml f.-wg, , ii J J, v, ,I 3 .fs 'S 'ff lx . K V all If A ln' 3' w. Y iv' a Reigns As Queen WW i l K 1 VM 'Anim The days and nights of planning, hammering nailing, gluing, painting stuffing, stuffing, stuffing and many cries of "to Hell with it" produced winners for Hughes, CDMA, AXA, Chi Omega and disappointment for others. ls it right to spend hundreds on lawn displays? So many go hungry right here in Evansville. AOPi's Susie Essig reigned over Homecoming 1967. " i 1, ,-Q-wgnagng 1, RE 1.45 mm OUT? K Sig s . . 1 Nswn, f Maw an ,, an , Cai X xx 3 + f 4 ' V., ,, we UE Theatre Stages Rhinoceros And the theatre roars on. This time they tackled the theatre ofthe absurd Ionesco's Rhinoceros. Were they trying to tell us that few at UE have the stamina to keep their individuality that most even though they try to fight it find it easier to ioin the crowd? fi 30 E N. ,. vi SRL Supports Open-lVlindednessg CDM Supports Hope .Ian it oi S1 5 as . it 1' ,gy .q io 5, m an DV. wilson info,-meg flw ctlmw or H-qlleyggwj . ul ll UO fodocj Hwti S 'HMS funcfloh L0u'd DOT IDC Lisle! on time C.0.m'3us Qin anti THE, DRAFT? Busy hands worked for months creating unique bazaar items to sell. Outwardly expressing their concern for mankind, Phi lVlus actively support the USS HOPE, ambassador of good will in underdeveloped countries. Student Religious Liberals have sponsored controversial discussions since their existence, but everyone ignored them until they held an open-minded discussion on the Greek system at UE. Then all Hell broke loose. In the end, both participating independents and Greeks gained new respect for each other. The yellow sheet Cwhat would happen if they printed on a different color?7 wasn't too active fall quarter, but what they did try to accomplish was quelled. 31 lngenuity creativity originality as usual characterized the costumes in this production. 'The Plough And The Stars' The battles ofthe Easter Rebellion a flair of Irish tempers and that rolling Irish brogue- All the vivid realism of Sean O'Casey's drama ofthe Irish Revolution is brought to UE's Shanklin stage. lt's a story of the people of a country steeped in revolution and world vvar . .. Hovvtar is Ireland from Vietnam? 5 ',.f4-. Literary And Political Notables Lecture Harry Golden, social critic- autnor of Only in America. Alexander Gabriel, Dean of tne International Press Corps at the United Nations. Culture courtesy of the CREDIT THRIFT Financial- Ricnard E. Meier Foundation Lecture Series. Gabriel-"The Peace and Power Puzzle" Harry Golden Americas critic Senator Birch Bayh Politicks Un UE Campus 34 lndiana's own Senator Birch Bayh CD5 in his "ramblingthoughts" backed LBJ Call the way?J in Korea CHe praised the President for not acting rashly.J and in Vietnam CThe U.S. has had an "ob- session with military strugglesfp The Senator was informed and informative But on the touchy topic of intra-party conflicts, the Senator blew his cool. Queen And Bachelor Reign 'N J, we 1 ,wr ,W li si f 1' agus? ' N g igim g ss. Y, 'Fi . if if :la g X 1 W N T ' e, ws n ,- .ra l A K if , , , , yi' f .. 1, 4 fn Q '- w , -vi W wuz' 5 V, ,kg ,ogg-nw Q W f ,f 4 sc: dwg, ww s 4 M S - A, is X ' x ' :UZ x .,+ Roses a crown and a kiss all for Chi Omega's Kay Mitchell- Basketball Queen. Smiling and handsome, Jim Mead broughtan independent win to Hughes Hall as Bachelor ofthe Year Tne Inauguration lndiana's Senator R. Vance Hartke presents nis opinion as a member ot tne symposium. A symposium on "The University in Urban Society featured the viewpoints of tour autnorities on the symposium tneme. Here, Dr. l-larold Taylor internationally-known autnor, educator and lec- turer, and former President of Saran Lawrence College, presents nis view. Ludwig A. Petkovsek, associate professor of sociology Hsyrriposes with Dr. Taylor. 5 f 3 sw . W .anew .M Really And ,si Truly-President The ceremony began with a colorful and impressive parade of intellect. The choir sang. The orchestra played. Degrees were bestowed. And the speeches flowed praising the students the faculty the University the community and Dr. Wallace B. Graves now our honest-to-goodness really-and-truly President. l'tS SPORTS SDOYTS Sp0l'tS Sp0I'tS Sp0I'tS sports ? Q z i- rts sports sports sports Intramurals Rated High at U E This year UE's intramural program was a smashing success noses, eyes, arms and necks some very unlucky breaks the unluckiest ofall was the uproar over the smashes Coach Jim Voorhees and the Steering Committee steered. New games new rules more rules Let them play and maim. Thethrill ofthe game. Coach Voorhees-The man re- sponsible. 42 Carson Center-Where the Action Is LCA's Softball Champions-FRONT ROW: T. Youngblood, D. Land, N. Tully, T. Turner, Nl. Durkee, D. Euston, and P. Krohne. SECOND ROW: P. Cooper, B. Hearn, S. Raibly, J. Norris and B. Harper. Lambda Chi Alpha Chi Omega Win Softball Lambda Chi Alpha and Chi Omega threw the most curves hit the farthest played the hardest and came out champs. . .--y,.. V 'x wil- A 'nj g H M .. .. ' I TS" 1' ,Qi 147 W In ,kk x- i 13 QA. .C bib -. it - . , 9. 1 ' v R K i i E if ,',.fL'i,. ,' - .. '14 , , if ?m'gP?v . 'Gil it .isfiimllif K ll S. iq, ..... .43 Q: A my lg K ... .,. ' , ",l 2 l!,?,gf,1,. 1 Mg , X' ,. 1igfLl 1.'f ',-:, j5'1?'-is., i, Nfl, ' l. 414. 1, , A 1+-:iw 'A iiapyv. mix . '-gf, - - -- 3,-ggy A :,'.:::,:.:qaxm pm:-si 5 1.l1."., ' 'iiffwffl 1235183 -rvil?v'.',,:1Lw .My is S',-vlumiggglmefx :-f:iw..:r4 , - -: ww an 1' s" .vt wfvg. l- S.fH.i?iYlBKT45?SZ 'E ,thy I f 2" l 1.1.14 Roger Miller Cabovel was the Chi's top pitcher and Ron Johnson Cbe- Iowl was their top hitter. Chi Omega softball team-FRONT ROW: S. Vinton, A. Martin, L. Black, L. Topper, D. Black, and B. Snyder. SECOND ROW: B. Swain, S. Clark, G. Clifford, and C. Becker. i Q1 i'1 is 1.2491 Teke's-Chi O's Win Tennis Wa 142 1 W 4 I 5 . - l ,ff 22, fi . Q- Teke Steve Eclvvardson Chi Omega Cheryl Becker netted all the glory and all the honor the second year in a rovv. an Track Crowns Won by LCA-Chi Omega Lambda Chi Alpha again. They outdistanced the Tekes and Sig Eps. Chi Omega again. College Courts and ZTA were the only ones vvho came close. Sounds likea re-run. Chi Omega's first place track team: S. Clark, D. Black, L. Black, B. Snyder, L. Topper, and S. Vinton. The Lambda Chi Alpha track team members-FRONT ROW: N. Tully, R Sander, D. Land, S. l-layford, D. Proctor. T. Youngblood, B. Harper, D. Euston, T. Turner, and B, Schrader. SECOND ROW: P. Cooper, P. Krohne. J. Norris. and S. Raibley. Shotputter Benny Watson. Tau Kappa Eps iori Takes Firsts in Paddleball and Golf Two members of TKE's IIVI Golf Champions are Ron Kirsh and Mike Hughey. Not present were Garry Hagstrom and Steve Edwardson. Teke Steve Edwardson displays the form he used to win the IM Paddleball Cham- pionship. Teke's, Chi's and College Courts Win. Steve Allen, Tom Storm, Dick Nlinnette-best all around decath- loners for Teke. Trena Roedel and Becky Wineinger won the Badminton Championshipfor College Courts. Would you believe Lambda Chi? They nosed out the Tekes and I-lale Hall in a near photo-finish. 10:36 was all it took first-place Jack Shearer with Hale's Rob Anderson and TKE's Steve Edwardson at his heels. The first three to cross the finish line in Cross Country were first, Jack Shearer of LCA, second, Rob Anderson of Hale Hall and third, Steve Edwardson of TKE. as gil' sw. V ri my , Nj i 5 t Norm Tully gets off a pass before Dan Lauer can get to him. Tekes Edge Lambda Chi For Football Trophy Tau Kappa Epsilon finished in first place after a 6-6 tie with LCA in the final game of the season. The Tekes' stout defense held opponents scoreless until the final game. As usual, the season was marred by numerous injuries. The final standings were: TKE 4-O-1 LCA 3-O-2 SPE 2-2-1 SAE 2-2-1 Hughes 1-3-1 ix Q S' if .. W 1 A - i -JL as Nr L Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon's first place football team cele brate after the game. They outscored their opponents 62 to 6. Teke Abe Krause starts around end as LCA Jerry Jarboe closes in. Teke AI Bender leads interference. . ,,2 3 ' Z it ,JV if N j A 6 gum? S The A O Pls obviously had the form to win the l-M swim meet Peggy Ferriel, Vicki Turber, Kathy Nelson, and Sue Schelosky. A Teke and a Lambda Chi, Bill Jordan and Bill Volkens. The swim meet's over but not the friendship. -ax 3 xg '- Ni f v. rain! 'N X , X ' Wm - sk, .q 1 3 ,, 'A' .' N 1 , , W' 'limi ' A K it M 'Kg'- AQQ rms:-4 ' 'F ' " -wggtk Mlm M ' prix? '-'sw . ' .va . -:S X Q' 0 ..-df I Q., W .Y I :G-if EIE QEIQ . LT A H -- ' . i m , A A i f 4 MN' A 3 P' px gs t Q Tx fa -. fx A l u.. 0 f , tx viz? A Q A 5,2 t, 3 N f1,,gs,s::, A.,-um Y AOPis-TEKES Win Swimming The A O Pis won out over the UEls 54-48. ZTA placed third with 44 points. In the men's division, TKE edged LCA 78-75 by winning the 200 yd. Medley Relay-the last event ofthe meet. Bill Volkens CLCAJ won both the 50 yd. Free and the 50 yd. breast. Frank Kanowsky CTKE7 won the 100 yd. IM. Both were high school All-Americans. A XA 'll QU' Members of the Teke's winning 200 yd. Medley Relay team are: Steve Allen, the coach, Frank Kanowsky, Bill Jordan, Bob Roe, and Tom Haines. In winning they set a new IM record in the time of 2:04. rg -4 L, "wet Q- fy 1,43-.Ve 6' Ex I: "nw 533 331 ff .R f' " Y537. ,if '-,Q 1+ Ly- ..'113,f xi' 'iv' v ' ',4e5'ffi,i1" , , gg, b ,251 4 6 f ' Q l'..izQ4?g,Vrg V. p "x. ' .I -4 - V 5 , V 3. X ,' gi ., kgulymy A b A -1 .A I' "' a?,Q1, 15"-435' 0 s ,K ,ff-,Agfa 4 -K., V ., AZ, nvv' A16 V 3 r ' , L we 1 ,. Lim ,1 fi:-4 9552 JH 1 K Ky!! Q M 'i ""1 1163: , tryed, we ,, N Q X. Lambda Chi Alpha started the season off on the right foot by defeating the defending champion TKE 54-45. It was the first de- feat suffered by TKE in two years. How- ever, Lambda Chi went on to complete the season unbeaten with a 5-O record. 1 ' ii'2 2 iit' V,,, Lambda Chi Alpha's unbeaten basketball team. FRONT ROW: Mike Short, Greg Hoffman, , . ,,, L-'rr ,ir.: VVV Norm Tully, Dan Steinke. BACK ROW: Ron Johnson fcoachp, Keith Smith, Spike Bell, Doug f L " i , X V 1 Filson, Jerry Jarboe, Ike Mefford, and Rick Sander. L 'L A ,li A ,,,, J 521 'AAZ 2 V , 171.5 , Lb,, , ! I L .x1 Teke's And UEl's Go Undefeated ln Volleyball Action Tau Kappa Epsilon compiled a 6-O record to outdistance second place Lambda Chi Alpha 5-1. The UEl's, a new group of independent women who are participating forthe first time, rolled to an unbeaten season also. Chi Omega came in second. University of Evansville Independents Volleyball FRONT ROW: Jeannette Patton, Becky Wineinger, Carol Taylor, Debbie McGrew, and Judy Campbell. Connie Shelton, Trina Roedel, Sharon Hawes, Becky Charlene Allison, Gayle Steele, and Susan Brown. champions Rita Curtis BACK ROW: Hauselman K Teke's unbeaten Volleyball champions. FRONT ROW Don Rams den, Al Bender, Dick Minnette, and Morris Clark. BACK ROW Joe French Ccoachj, Art Shoener, Mike Owens, and Ron Graul Not present were Barry Allred, Mike Kurtz, Malcolm Miles and Frank Hayes, ll Y l-lale Hall-Chi O's Cop Bowling Crowns Hale I-lall, with Bill Wilson leadingthe way, edged past Tau Kappa Epsilon in a playoff match to win the first intra- mural trophy for l-lale this year. In the meantime, Chi Omega Sorority was running away with the women's title by beating everybody by substantial margins. Hale Hall's Bowling Champions: Ron Carter, Dick Shannon, Wilson, and Clifford Walin. ,www Chi Omega's unbeatables: Dianne Black, Susie Clark, Becky Snyder, and Linda Black. Becky Snyder led the group by bowling a game high 254 with a 638 series. Str-r-rike! . . . I think. ---1-un'-uuuqgg.. U. OF E.'s Independents Archery Champions are Sharon UEI's Sacket champions: FRONT ROW: Debbie McGrew, and Jean Hawes, Trina Roedel, Becky Wineinger and Marcia Gor- nette Patton. BACK ROW: Judy Campbell, Charlene Allison don. Phi Nlu Sorority placed second. Connie Shelton, Trina Roedel, Susan Brown, Gayle Steele Becky Wineinger, and Carol Taylor. UEI's Capture Archery And Sacket 1967-68 Intramural Results MEN Flag Football Cross Country Volleyball Swimming Basketball Bowling Wrestlingt Decathlont Golft Tennist Softballt Trackt Denotes Spring of 1967 FIRST TKE LCA TKE TKE LCA Hale LCA TKE TKE TKE LCA LCA SECOND LCA Hale LCA LCA TKE TKE TKE LCA LCA Hughes 4-way tie TKE WOMEN Sacket Archery Volleyball Swimming Bowling Basketball Badminton Ping Pongt Softballt Tennist Trackt FIRST UEI UEI UEI AOPI Chi O UEI UEI Chi O Chi O Chi O Chi O SECOND Univ. Courts Phi IVIu Chi O UEI UEI Chi O Brentano 84 C Univ. Courts Univ. Courts Moore Univ. Courts hi Q, as 1 'SKK Aces Limp Th u Rugged Season Z .4 . , eww NU- A N, X . ?"1:.,'W9 .. X 'i' , 'Wu' ft V A 611152, f wtf 7 'isis Q . s- NNW 516. Wgfffli f A fy' fi' 'S 17 ' v n . i 1 , 1' ff. 1 if - Wf,SS"'fMN1Qit..v X . X' 4' GQ. iw, W ft f ,e4fyugS,:z, NV 'Q ,W .f ff. m.PN.1eS 'Wick rfaieirf wp X airways X big, MQ ,tc A 4 7. , 1, ' Y ' ' ' f, S' is - ,w Q J' ff A i- V- 4 - We-.R wg . R . 'H 9' 1 ' X- M 53111 'V "N X 'i -kk hQ5frf3?'7mt :Ski Members of the Aces varsity football team are FRONT ROW D Burke, J. Brandenberger, W. Berger, G. Berry, M. Short, K Krie tenstein K York A Per M Ashley SECOND ROW R Merrick J Loge, D. Crane, M. Dean, S. Maple, T. Willoughby, G. Hoffman C Hays G Seib R Dick B Carrara THIRD ROW coach Jim Byers K. Mills, C. Morrow,.D. Kinzler, L. Rogers, R. Mauch, R Du vall L Lockhart R Risemas P Gerhardt T Storm coach Davies coach Beck. BACK ROW: S. Grannon, K. Gengelbach, M. Woodard T Hargrave T Gatlin E Miller L Hybert B Bannwart G Jaffray M Umbarger. Record: 2- - U. of E. Opponents 7 Southeast Missouri 14 13 Bradley 13 10 Ball State 31 16 Depauw 16 24 Butler 7 14 Indiana State U. 15 3 St. Joseph 7 23 Valparaiso 6 14 Murray State U. 20 Q.B. Dick Minnette pitches out to halfback Mike Dean. Dean was a standout this year as he moved into the backfield to fill gaps left by injuries. Minnette, the Aces most versatile player, alternated at quarterback with Joe Loge. Gordon Jaffray C773 is in the back- ground. fi' 813481151 Coach Jim Byers seems more than a little concerned about the outcome of this game. Injuries, injuries, and more injuries complicated the Aces' season as each game neared. At one time or another every one of the backfield starters was sidelined with injuries. Again they lost several close decisions on last second antics of the opponents. Several players earned special recognition despite the poor record. Gordon Jaffray, a 255 Ib. tackle, earned a spot on both the offensive and defensive All-ICC squad-the first time one man was voted to both teams. He is considered a good prospect for the pro's. Mike Woodard was voted the MVP by his teammates this year. He led the team in scoring while playing end. He also handled the kicking chores. Greg Hoffman distinguished himself as an outstanding punter Ken Mills and Don Crane were injured early in the season. The loss of these two was sorely felt. 'N Q X Mike Dean 1285 does the ing to I Q X Me. 05 . X H . -sin -' Y is we - X ,X X ' ' fa -RX X ' . ' r X Q i 7 X ' s . . . , get X , X -My sexes ' A, N E 5 K t X x X X 'W -ssxyf. ns N v R ' , K . X me Y s . -f X - X Q Q X wr is .Xu iw We .N s if is 'X' M X , X it 5 4' X "W + x L' 'M . Q ,WIA x if 5 f an Qc X fl ' X gt. x 25. .M wg ries. f , , I .sv wg we "-wwsw Q0 Jw , i .er s..fw,.f, N X ff, Q z - X 5. aw ,qyw Q X, mr O X 'Fr "r5ffrm.4.i -kt , -if lv' Mike Woodard attempts the point after with Dick Minnette hold- ing. Gordon Jaffray, Ed Miller, and Randy Merrick provide some Sophomore halfback Tom Storm pulls in a pass from QB Joe Loge in the end zone against Murray State. Storm moved into one of the halfback spots when Larry Hybert was injured. 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Q 1411, Wg, A. f xx ,ff h Q "'- A 'i bvl, g '-' I A XV, A ANN Eg 6 . Ai, 'E . fd... gf if sl. .af if X f 1 fs V. -A ask 7 X Q .fs ,K Q, . - . I . . 51 9 i'i 'Z A E 5 4 , is 27 ww jg. 7 A 5' 1 1 if 5 Ei f H f f 3. fi ' 1 ..-f 8 ' I ' 6 A- ' A A :.. A ' E F 22 is we Ag Q 2--2 , i f AA AAAA F 5' X X J i t M I M I N s AA quzu ' A quz A ,,,. . 6 may fi 'N': ' it ' 50 ax' i r fb" 4.1 , xy X 3 gf N 4 Wh v.f,- xgx XA xg A Aa I ,.., A i A t I 2 Q 'VW Varsity Aces: FRONT ROW: D. Adams, L. Holmes, K. Moore, R. Beck, B. Biber, R. Miller, C. Coffin. SECOND ROW: R. Guth, S. Creekbaum, F. Lloyd, J. Mattingly, R. Bae. BACK ROW: Coach Arad McCutchan, D. Filson, T. Niemeier, H. Pratt, M. Owens, D. Weeks. Two Platoons Wear Down Opponents- Gain Berth In NCAA Finals. Coach Arad McCuthan found the key to suc- cess this year in a well-balanced, high- spirited two-platoon system. The Aces reversed their 8-17 record of 1967 as they won 17 of their first 19 games and seemed well on their way to a fith national title- before the roof fell in. Within three short weeks the Aces lost five of six games. By losing a squeaker to DePauw 84-82 in the final game of the season, the Aces were de- nied a share of the ICC crown. Then they re- turned to old form and won the NCAA Midwest Regional with what Arad said was "our best game." However, they were surprised the next week in the Finals by Trinity College, 93-77, to end what certainly must be termed a suc- cessful season. Two Aces, 6-6 Howard Pratt and 6-9 Tom Niemeier, played well enough to make the College Division All-Star Team in the Olympic Trials. Pratt led the team in scoring with a 14.5 point per game ave- rage while Niemeier averaged 12 points and 8 rebounds per game to lead in that department. Tom also led with a .531 FAG. percentage. Sophomore Layne Holmes at 58 10.3 and playmaker Jerry Mattingly at an even 10 were other Aces to finish in double figures, an achievement considering the two-platoon system. Season Record C20-85 U. of E. Opp. 118 .... A AA Sam Houston State .... A. A 84 94 .... Lamar Tech. .A..AA... 78 88 A... A A . Utah State A...A..AA A... 1 16 78 ...A A A A Seattle U. A..... A A A A 66 85 A A A AAA. Texas Wesleyan .A.. A A A A 72 82 ..,. AAA SW Louisiana ...,,.A, A .AA 80 109 .... A A A Augustana College AAA. A A A 97 116 ..A. Montana U. A......... 76 76 ..AA A A A Florida State A.A....A,A A A A 67 71 A... A A A Kentucky Wesleyan A... A A A 64 91 AA.. A . A St. Joseph's A...A...A A A A 78 92 A... . . A Butler A.....AA...AA A A A 64 97 A... A A A Valparaiso AA... A A A 74 82 A... A A A Ball State AAAAAAA A A A 91 52 AA.. A A A Southern Illinois A A A A A A 45 92 A... A A A DePauw ........A A . A 75 84 ..A. .AA Indiana State AAA. .AA 78 90 A... A A A Valparaiso ..AA.A...... A A A 76 101 A... AAA St. Joseph's ...AA.A...A.... A A A A 83 78 .A.. A A A Kentucky Wesleyan QOTJ A A A A A A A 87 82 AAAA A A A Butler AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A A A 89 58 AAAA A A A Indiana State AAAAAAAAAA A A A 68 110 AAAA A A A Ball State AAAAAAA A A A 74 52 AAA. A A A Southern Illinois .AA A A A 61 82 A... AAA DePauw AAAAAAAAA A A A 84 95 AAAA Lincoln AAAAAAAAA 80 79 AAAA A A A SW Missouri ...A A A A A 73 77 AAA. A A A Trinity AAAAAAA A A A 93 0559.4 I., begins to get rough. l -as Guard Jerry Mattingly was the floor general for the Aces this year and provided the hustle and teamwork necessary to a winning season. 4' 'T "2 I i Y ' 6'9" Tom Niemeier Cleftj adds two for the Aces against Kentucky Wesleyan at the Stadium as the Aces defeated the No. 1 ranked team in the nation and moved up to that spot the following week. Guard Kae Moore lays one up against major college opponent Florida State. Below, Niemeier is about to take an unwanted seat as action ,,,,...,,......-.--v---- .,,....,,..M...-, Tall Tom Niemeier C133 was a BIG reason the Aces were able to outrebound most of their opponents this season. He was the Aces leading rebounder. Yll' 6 - r' M13 I df ' QQ S' 3:5 .t dawg M544 " Q Howard Pratt tips the ball into the waiting arms of Darryl Adams after a jump ball. Kae Moore C205 and Layne Holmes C303 look on. Two Platoons Help! , 'WW '12 ""'w-,f MQ' X affine We fm z '21, " Sita Rober Guth seems assured to pick up this loose ball in the final game ofthe Holiday Tourney which the Aces won. Aces Back In Winning Form Again - fswg, X f ' 4: A rv ' , Q ,K s' wrt' A , V , , M fi? E ,,,, fa, . N.. 'WM Howard Pratt, left, goes up for two more. Pratt was the leading scorer for the Aces this year after starting the sea- son on the bench. He was tough on the boards too. Roger Miller, right, was a big reason the second unit M2 M55 performed so well this year. E Dave Weeks, left, a member of the hus- tling second five, puts one in back- handed while Tom Niemeier, right, tries it from the other direction. Either way it meant two more points for the Aces as they trounced Wyoming to advance to the final game of the Holiday Tourney. The Aces won that game too, to mark up their eight Tourney Championship in 11 years. Two big reasons the Aces don't have to fear the future. Sophomore starter Layne Holmes, left, has developed into a tough competitor all around. He shared the IVlost Valuable Player Award of the Holiday Tourney with teammate Howard Pratt. The other reason is the prospect that John Wellemeyer, right, the top scorer on the tough frosh squad, will continue his steady improvement. 'N u i I A4 'ag 4 A R- '-Nia 4.039 iw uonotifatf 13515 5 'Q , At left diver Jim Lilligan dis- plays the tension and concen- tration necessary to execute the inward dive in the layout position, as shown at right. Swim Aces Rally To Break Even C5 55 Heading into the final stretch with a 2-5 record, the Aces rallied in their final three meets to close the season with an even 5-5 record. Significant victories were over LSU and Tulane on their Christmas tour. Then the Aces U, of E, ran into trouble, losing four straight. One of those losses was to ISU. lt was only the second loss to a conference 58 .,,, ,H team in six years. Coach Voorhees 38 v.-, I-. pointed to a new NCAA rule which allows 40 "" ff' freshman participation as a big factor 42 inthat loss. 90 --A- 87 .... The team this season was led by senior 70 distance freestyler Ted Foland, sophomore backstroker Bob Lodato and two junior divers who were consistently exchanging victories amongthemselves. ln the 1967 NCAA finals in Long Beach, Calif. these two divers, Gordon Bryant and Jim Lilligan, placed third and fifth respectively to gain All-American honors. Another Ace, Bryan Rathke, a graduate of 1967, placed third in the 100 yd. butterfly and also attained All-American laurels. For the first time in five years the Aces failed to capture the ICC crown, losing to Indiana State University. 62 46 .... 63 .... 41 .... Season Record Southern Illinois Louisiana State . Tulane ......... East Carolina ... Indiana State Eastern Kentucky U. of Illinois Illinois State Valporaiso ... DePauw . . . -lg... zl. . 1-1,2 Q 2,W,..,, QA ga My fx Q' .pf-I, Q- 'S b I . Yi 5 ' C 3 ici fdft J ' , . Q f , A Q Members of the varsity swim team are: FRONT ROW: Coach Jim Voorhees, Mike Lodato, M. Kline, B. Kanowsky, S. Allen, G. Bryant. SECOND ROW: P. Haas, Bob Lodato, S. Smith, H. Ziegler, R. Hoff, B. Berger, B. Melton, and asst. coach Dick Schleicher. BACK ROW: Mgr. S. Cates, B. Gibbons, P. DeVault, R. Watson, T. Chambers, B. Ross, T. Foland, J. Shearer, and C. Liggette. The 400yd. Free Relay team members are Bob Ross, Ted Foland, Bob Lodato, and Steve Allen Ctopy. .1 ,. ,, , x Q , fi '45 f 1 2 1 , , Q . I 3 . E . . . . . fe i i ? ii Coach Jim Voorhees instructs his two outstanding divers on the ., i particulars of the foreward one-half twist layout. Jim Lilligan, 1, A 3 1 f left, and 'Gordon Bryant, right, placed 5th and 3rd respectively ,.,.,,'. i .ra 1 in the National Finals last year. QU' y y 5, ,ggi gif wi i - 4' .- , '..l.......... .1 ff' x xi , J . 4 Dnonwauaaam igddilnwwww Wh Cd rpm oQOH4um laillhlr 4145145 uvumn nc Utlllnuanmwwugq: Qfivunsnnuiwanuq Ullnsnnowwwummaw Ililhllwmuawwwmg dtianmmrnwmuw Bob Ross seemS Quite Steve Allen working out Z ,, ,,wm I .X , 74 ,QM Z W Z ff 1 f H 2 5 if V , 5 f fr .VX ,,, gf 1 ,, " if ' 5, Q 4 , f 3 ..5- , '- n WUQ , s-ew l 4222 'bm' I ,W ,a.,- Gordon Bryant broke the one meter record for Evans- ville divers by scoring 290 points. Here he displays his form during a practice session. The Aces breaststrokers 2 PW' Q FWZ FQ I .- A 5 'I Ya Jack Shearer prepares for the sound of the gun. are Brandy Melton, Bill Berger, Chuck Liggette, and Tim Chambers. W, .1 r""f4'--' 1 1..- '0 fx' ' Ted Foland relaxes after a close race. . ,af-QW Q Ns' H M ,- ,M K g afar. .. ,f"'-.B - in Q , - --7 ,,. 2' ' in Ns Q i Ain. 4 . i wax 9' ir fel 5- H.. .f Q gf gli' I .-I .-EMM, W V Og 5 1 i E e ff Track Aces Not Cindermen Anymore! New Track. Last year they had a new track. This year it's a new coach, Dick Schleicher. An ex-Ace Cswimmingp himself, Dick will head a sport which is only two years old here. Says Dick, "There's plenty of room for improvement, and that's what we plan to do this year." Members of the varsity track team are: FRONT ROW: G. Whitfield, L, Poe, D. Bateman, S. Edwardson, F. Schaffstein, R. Carter, S. Yeager, C. Britz. BACK ROW: Coach Dick Schleicher, T. Willoughby, G. Moll, S. Leek, D. Jaques, R. Sunderman, J. Moon, M. Clark, K. Smith. Not present were: B. Schrader, R. Wedel, D. Stien, B. Schaffstein, G. Lucas, S. Haworth and J. Paulen. E if 5 .- Wy M? , ' if 'v ' Emir 'tl' Brad McGinnis tries des- perately to stay in the air to get that extra inch in the broad jump. Kae Moore finishes strong in CVOSSCOUMVY meet' George Whitfield holds the school record in the 440 yd. Intermediate Hurdles with a time of :58.2. 'ws 14 f . M s ,tofu "Ulf .avvfx aiu... Track and Field Records Event 440 Relay Mile 440 100 120 H.H. Two Mile Mile Relay 880 Field Event Javelin Discus Shot H. Jump L. Jump Pole Vault Name Time A. Per, J. Dye, M. Madriaga, M. Dean. B. Schatfstein B. Embry A. Per B. McGinnis M. Wilson B. Embry, G. Lucas, G. Whitfield, B. Schaffstein. G. Lucas Name H. Gordon G. Schulte M. Hatcher R. Beck K. Smith D. Stein 244.1 4157.8 252.4 110.2 116.2 11:13.0 2200.3 Distance 177'9 1f2" 130'5 1!2" 43'10 1!2" 5'10" 19'10 1!2" 12'8" QSM' ,Me tai Members of the varsity baseball team areg FRONT ROW: John Lidy, Danny Pavichevich, Jim Lovell, Tom Gates, Bob Kincaid. Joe Biggs. SECOND ROW: Terry Lidy, Rick Kingston, Jim Butler, Chuck Stieler, Dennis Duvall, Mike Dinwidclie, Mike Huey, and Al Studt. BACK ROW: Joe Loge, Coach Dave Davies, Don Page, Ken Weinzaptel, Paul Smith, Tom l-lalbig, Mike Hallis, Gary Ankrom, and Dan Schellhase. Baseball, Golf Teams Improving AI Studt led the Aces in hitting last season and John Lidy was named to the All-ICC team. In golf, Bob Walther led the team consistently with his low average. He shot a 69 for his lowest score. Golf team members Marty Umbarger, Bob Walther, Coach Paul Beck, and Eric Sander. A 1 1 culty-ac demic acuity-academic faculty-aci f 1 amic faculty-academic ,gp wifi 301, f J- ' , yy Administrators 3 "V 'Sr ' 71 F -1, 51 Q. V, , I I L, " " '. 3 , Nu v - 3 . 6,1 --: lx , ,X .J 1.13 4- si T' 5 'f . ,. 5, . "iz F' rf: f31 ,', j' f ir. f,5w g.g., b ,g .,-. G , M " 1 I ff 3- . ,J Xa, 'K' H .nh fa- . ,4 , wfi . 5, . W ,-4 , , Y i-Q? M Q TV Q -I .. ., , , -s , ,K 1 ,, . .5 . , xx . g ,.. 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' f W by Sw: ass, W Q Q Q Q X S N' f 4' Q NX X x f X Z Q f Q X 5 f X X I S X X , X 4 S , X YE 1 'S Su Q 4 Z iff W 3 s Nicholas C.BVOWf'1,ViCG-PVQSidGt'1TfOI' Academic Aff3iI'S Clarenge G, Davjgy A5503 Dean Qf the University NW' ...-ff' Marvin E. Hartig, Dean of Community College Carl A. Gardner, Business Manager C , eq. Robert L. Wilson, Dean of Students 3 Luise F. Scnnakenburg, Director Kenneth l-l.Jones, Registrar ofWornen's Counseling 7l The art of the age- a collage of If wr- W0 . CnarIieBrovvn's ' and Snoopy's- . . X xi glgantuc Campbell Soup cans AIAAA :,. P I ink blots ' 'AAAA I s p I a s I1 es of pa I nt :V nandprints ",l '1Q:A:2 i I footprints- Theseafe HOLLAND, THoMAs E.,lnsrruQror,nor pictured the subtleties IVIOIVIINEE, JOHN W., Instructor, not pictured th ' ' ' OAGLEY, HOWARD E.,Assoc.Prot. e mgenultlgs OSBORNE, ROBERT L., Assoc. Prof., Head of Dept The Oflgunalutnes PoINTs, JERRY vv.,msrrucror ot modern art. Poor Grandma Moses! 72 Music ' dl ' 1 5 1 'as 1:1 .' X As 22 " I I ef.- QJA an . ,, do ,Q A Sy M . .I . .W 6 4-dc N' W I' 1 fw- e .. Q J R .:. A A Q ii- K Mm S? 5 BENNETT, JAMES R., Instructor HERRON, ALLENE, Assoc. Prof. INGLEFIELD, KENLEY P., Instructor KNAPP, WILLIAM M.,Asst.Prof. LACY, JR. EDWIN V.,Asst.Prof. LUTHER ROBERT A., Instructor RAPP, ROBERT M.,Assoc., Prof. SELFRIDGE, CECIL B., Assoc. Prof. SHEPARD, WELSEY, Prof., Head of Dept. Like whether it's pipingthe blues on that swingin' sax or beating out some soul on that crazy snare drum ortrumpeting those crazy martial lines of Sousa while you try to keep in step... Whether it's getting keyed up on the piano over that long-haired jazz or belting out the operas orthe ballads orthe blues- Like, man, it's music. s s X In memory of Margaret T. Shepard Speech And Dra ma 74 Queasy stomach shaking hands Alka-Seltzer, please, Tuck in thatshirt pull in that gut shoulders back breathe deeply project that voice. Maybe l'll get an encore. Actor- you're not yourself anymore you talk someone else you vvalk someone else you are someone else you're on stage novv somewhere oll far off. FORSTER. ROGERVV.. Lecturer mot pncturedy LUTZ, JOHN D., Instructor mot pacturedp IVILADY, LYNNE J., Instructor mot pucturedb SIVHLEY, ANN, Lecturer mot pucturedp SIVHLEY, SAM M., Head of Dept. THOMAS, DUDLEY S., Asst. Prof. 4 ,Q . t 'silt' . 5. t M. . l,wAJfxA V3 N3 "'itWrf A ex X 1 sn.,- if "f iuiut .A 1 'CA HX -I ' xs ' fx " K 1 W-W1 .. f English S . ' ' , . 1 K- '. Gr it A ' j fflvu g. is " ,. ,ws-a s.. fftp-A 'iw SN fifaffifrffn. 4' ,gh -J fwffs is 2 wwwx-.. rf ,I 2, N XSS' .gb xx Lg gf ,Q-.1 - 3, , QE., Qgui gyms ,fivngs .1- ., A ...K . - 'r .1 ,ms New . ' KGAQXXM, . , . gi .NI W . S "Y .:, Q mt ' 3 :4l3KQ4.,i X 5 ,,,,, N - I uiafiv A . Poet Paul Engle discussed writing techniques with budding U. of E. poets on his October 27 visit to the campus. .. . 'J - 1 . f . Q. xielg? .if Inglish- Thousands of pages written by dead people, a few scant pages written by you, and you're expected to criticize, and analyze and philosophize. At what point occurs the denouement? What's the significance of the "Pardoner's Tale?" Subject plus verb equals sentence. Dick runs fast. Jane runs faster. That was a sentence. Does a gerund always end in -ing? Oh, How do you spell "English?" BAYLEY, RICHARD B., Asst. Prof. BECKER, GLEE, Asst. Prof., not pictured CLOUGH, GALEN W., Asst. Prof., not pictured DOERING, J. FREDERICK, Prof., not pictured GALLANT, CHRISTINE C., Lect., not pictured GALLANT, JAMES T., Asst. Prof., not pictured GRABILL, PAUL E., Head of Dept. GRABILL, VIRGINIA L., Prof. HUFF, FRANCES T., Asst. Prof., not pictured KLINGER, GEORGE C., Asso. Prof. LAWBURGH, CHARLES H., Asst. Prof., not pictured LENNON, FRANKIE E., Instructor, not pictured MCCUTCHAN, VIRGINIA, Lecturer, not pictured OLMSTED, JANE E., Lecturer ROYSTER, SALIBELLE, Lecturer WELSH, MARGARET L., Asst. Prof. WINTERMAN, JEROME F., Asst. Prof., not pictured WN History And Political Science Histo l'y- 35353, A thick book lounging with records ' of famous men, places, and events X K- 'iio L., W9 long past. E The Nlagna Carta 'lag' , i fi, The Bill of Rights E' IQ 'I Paul Revere A Abraham Lincoln- CWas he the one with the cherry tree?D AARSTAD, ARTHUR B., Asso. Prof., not 1215 , pictured 1350 DAVID, WADE D, Prof, 1492- FIDDICK, THOMAS C., Instructor, not pictured HUBER, JEAN B., Instructor U know that One? JAEDKER, ORVILLE J., Head of Waterloo Dept. Gettysburg CVVas that in Fra nce?5 Two thousand fact-packed yea rs and, pity the future generations, there'lI probably be 2,000 more. 'iii History Instructor Bruce Bauman counsels a student. 77 Foreign Language Some people blarne it on the Tower of Babel. That was after the drawings on the caves which were putthere with sticks and dinosaur blood and are still there. Man must communicate so he grunted when he invented the wheel and shouted "eureka" when he found gold and thousands of satellites are circlingthe globe but some of us still justspeak our native tongue and maybe "barley-vousfranoais?" ELLINGSON, MARY R., Lecturer MORENO. JANICE S., Asst. Prof. Cnot picturedp RANSBOTTOM, WILLIAM J., Asst. Prof. WERKING, F. WOODY, Head of Dept. WERKING, MARY P., Asst. Prof. Knot picturedl in 3 'Nw f f 2 auf Im , 4 f 1 Q El-fig .J 'W V. 78 Philosophy Ancl Religion :ig gg? Q My i iii - iii. vm .. Kant and Confucius are dead but God isn't because preachers say so and they're the ones He keeps in touch with so they should know. ln Neu Chapel peace and serenity reign. There is a presence. Be it God or not, it helps. When will the Chapel be open on Sundays? DAVIS, CLARENCE G., Assoc. Dean, Assoc. Prof. ERICKSON, HARRIS D., Professor KRESS, ROBERT L., Lecturer LAVINE, BERNARD H., Lecturer Qnot picturedy lVlcKOWN, EDGAR lVl., Dean Emeritus PERKINS, R. WAYNE, Assoc. Prof., Head of Dept, SCHOETTELKOTTE, CHARLES T.. Lecturer 79 T LIFEH VLNIC E 1 A cc A 11 1 A.. 4 4' ,ggi .gi '. A 7' if FFP Phys cal Education . , . ,4 E 23 I t-' . . ff tf , ,, ,gy , W? fl . ' . if 7 "'b .V,... 2 5. J iyl' I 6 tf ii 1 1 PY' " ' ' ., -f . 4 I 0 f vf f "Y ' , A , f f . , I . f ,ga . I ,,1L4,5:'a9, s -"ww ,g , I , . '. . ' f',fff 4 , W-if . . ii A 5 . ' RPM V' fx, W5 W ,H rg' .V A H" - ,,2,::s'1, ' ,fIi13f'V ,3 ff 1' '71 f 4 .V f ,, .W ,naw . ip M 7 , ,-5 1 J . Q Y " ' f if I 7 1' -. 2' iff 2 f u 'A fl f ' A gs 3 4 ..V. W, zsl I W ,V,, X l I, 1 V 4 it . N 4 X' fm W I jx, W 1 BECK, PAUL, Asst. Prof., not pictured BYERS, JAMES A.,Asst. Prof., Football Coach, not pictured DAVIES, DAVID W., Instructor, not pictured MCCUTCHAN, ARAD A., Dir. of Athletics, Basketball Coach, Prof. PATTON, LOIS D., Instructor SCHLEICHER, RICHARD C., Inst., Track Coach, not pictured STIELER, IDA lVl.,Asso. Prof. VOORHEES, JAMES S.,Asso. Prof.. Swimming Coach Puff Puff Run in place Knees up high On yourtoes Jumping Jack One, two, three, four To the left To the right Stretch those arms Bend that waist Faster now On your back Sit up now Stand up now Twenty times Around the gym Whew! What a heck ofa way to please a President- Where's the candy? Pass the beer- I'd rather be fat than fit nm. Business And Econom cs U Tff fw4...,, 'A ' vt ' F wt ,xi 5 113,315.3 .15 5 . I 3: Q. 1-Z"f1 ,,,t4wwV it 1 .1 My his t ffl' Wffiwfffft. in AW My +f!'5'5'9"'5 at ff as ffew,-w ef t In memory of Lawrence W. Anderson W 0 .W f f, f frm Somewhere is an exciting, bustling world waiting, filled with large glass windows overlooklngthe spray fountain and lots of plush swivel chairs. It won't be mahogany row at first, but a small dingy room filled with old gray filing cabinets and errands to be run and mail to be fetched every hour. But one Monday morning very soon that inevitable call from the man upstairs will come. Ladies, is your shorthand equipment ready? Gentlemen, are your debits and credits clear? ARENSMAN, RAY W., Head of Dept., Prof. of Management, not pictured BEDILLION, CLAIRE, Asst. Prof., not pictured BESS, ALLEN l3.,Asst. Prof. FAUST, RONALD M.,Asst. Prof. GROOMER, S. MlCHAEL,Instructor HENRION, THOMAS D., Instructor HOWELL, LEWIS D.,Asso. Prof. JULIAN, JAMES A., Asso. Prof., not pictured LATZ, THEODORE T., Asst. Prof. LORENTZ, ROYCE A., Instructor MARTIN, ROBERT F., Asso. Prof., not pictured PACE, MILLARD L.,Asst. Prof. STONE, CLIFFORD E., Asso. Prof., not pictured TAYLOR, MILES E., Asst. Prof. 82 Psychology ln a world of schizophrenic paranoid hebephrenic catatonic claustrophobic acrophobic neuristhenic individuals, we all want to know just what makes the other guy tick and click. We can find out, you know- There's the clinical approach the case history and the diagnostic interview. Too much trouble? Simply ask the man ofthe hour- the mender of minds inspector of ids psychiatrist to the world. "S-h-h-h-h! You're disturbing my little white mice." BROOKS, CLARENCE E.,Asst. Prof. JOHNSON, CHARLES W.,Asso. Prof., not pictured SAlVlPSON, DELBERT J., Prof., Head of Dept. wa Dr. A. Prince snares a victim for his pet-visual test module. Dr. V. lVlaves lectures in a psychology class. 4 'Il QS Frog guts I 0 H lizard livers the mysteries of life ls she gonna get sick? Field trips liven up a rather dull afterhoohg chances to breathe fresh air instead of formaldehyde if rv - ew , mf. . lair' f. , . . is Q:-.gif 1,1 . fa fait!!1'if-1-S-u1i.?S:'s.N.:,':s5s ,. . A 5 ix, A- ' Aw. A X. at X N . i s Q .. -me-N we ,gi .M Q .. ' f 3- N N is M PP:k'xPig4, M X "' w it :ax X A we N - ,ss.:f.,+. ,"'f'f? .f.-351. .V . oft... S- 1 1: aj, . Q uai., gg -J is EPZ-.3 . , .. A A '- rv ' e A .' ' L", ,"'W5' "lik .' 4 .,, . - L- ,...,. v W... 351 ' me X 4 .9 ag an fuk n N Y S55 , 'ff- - i , ' K- " - :- - www X I by f X 5 11- ,Jxffx ,A l fag 5 'Q ' 'f ff - f njwxf i N1 ess X' jf. si if M , ., .i A' U 4 .xg .f Q Amie ' 5: ' V A I f 4' . ' ,. .4-. ,M .,,.ff'g9 " V' . "E . . I' at 5, . 1 ' DUNHAM, DONALD W., Prof., Head of Dept. MUELLER, WAYNE P., Assoc. Prof. ROBERTSON, C. W., Professor TAYLOR, CHARLES E., Asst. Prof. WINTERNHEIMER, P. LOUIS, Asst. Prof. 84 Chemistry "Bubble bubble toil and trouble" beaker boil arid test tube bubble. Sounds like chem lab Smells like chem lab. Did they create the puke tree? NWN KINSEY, PHILIP A., Professor NIANNING, JAMES A., Asst. Prof. friot picturedj SHORES, RICHARD D., Asst. Prof. .A . , ' - WELLER, LOWELL E., Prof., Head of . I, ' - ' Dept. - is 85 gf +I v B. An engineer has lots of earmarks. He lugs around a T-square a great drawing board and two dozen pencils with chewed-otf erasers. And he's on his way to design an airplane orto build a machine. And an engineer frowns alot because he thinks a lot. And an engineertalks. "The sigmoid character of integral sorption curves becomes more prominent as the solvent power and concentration ot penetra nt increase . . pictured gi M H, ,U W QU Os lr' P! Au HQ if vw ru voimflnn HARTsAw WILLIAM o Prof Dir lt' A' fill Pr Nfl W- W EU Gd Tb DY HO if fm W HOUSTON HAROLD T Asso Prof not til Fm U Nu piifist1Ci71 Bk ,,..i. if-i' Math And Physics Its been a hard road from those third grade multiplication tables to today's geometrical trigometrical calculistic analytic Now it's a cinch to find that square root or prove that theorem or dissect or trisect that circle. And watch their eyes when you talk about the quantum number and rattle off "x's" and "y's" and pull out that slick slide rule. You ve comea long way, all right. You can probably still remember the days when you didn't even know that fourtimes four equals... equals. . . equals... BAILEY, VIRGIL C., Asso. Prof., not pictured BROOKS, ROBERT A., Asst, Prof., not pictured BUESKING, CLARENCE W., Asso. Prof., Director of Computer Center, not pictured COLEMAN, RALPH H., Prof., Head of Dept. of Math CURLOVIC, DONALD L., Inst. HENDERSON, GERALD J,, Inst, not pictured MEADOWS, ROY W., Asso. Prof. MILES, KELLY G., Prof., Head of Dept. of Physics, not pictured PATBERG, MELBA J., Lecturer, not pictured 4- ' , A 1 0 ,X D as Physical Science Q5 " ' ' , 'ix-:ex is . QQESQ wr? 'QM so . 'Q V5 , ts .gfggf A AGN - Q QQ I r f 1- ' - ' - 5:29. , I 3275.1 7 Ny.-.naw-wmnuqqqg ,- Q., J,-V I. .. Medi ... I A Q xf s 5 A ,s ,. ' gl .' , as :ff A r- -' . . A is 1 'W S CU LP, JAN. R., Instructor HATHAWAY, C. T., Asst. Prof., Director of Phys. Science SCHLETER, HENRY A., Instructor The mysteries of science We explore all areas which might be connected but neither you nor I would have thought energy mass and the speed of light could ever be related in the same formula. e:mc2 X KL ani i l Education IRVlNG, EUGENE R., Assoc. Prof. MOON, LELAND W., Professor ROYSTER, RALPH R., Assoc. Prof. SHAFER, WILMA C., Professor TAPLEY, EARL lVl., Director of Grad. Studies, Prof. WESLEY, WILLIAM C., Professor WHITESELL, HARRY E., Asst. Prof. 89 A as Down in the little one-room school the teacher straightens the desks and places a globe and a wooden shoe on a table beside the a-a pple-pictu re of apple b-ball-picture of ball, c-cat-picture of cat chart and gets ready for all the book satchels and mothers and frowning six-year-olds. They're older now and some are teachers and they still frown, just like all teachers do at the first of the school year because they aren't supposed to look like they enjoy it. ,A . J I-4 it ' x 5.4 M +- 9 X I L. New A ,il ' , , A X Yv-sq' H me Economics KlNSEY, IVIARJORIE, Lecturer Knot picturedp -Q, tr 9' l Lunoouist, coRiAN sr, Prof., Head or pepr. Qs. Re i s. Pins and needles thread patterns, materials scissors, tape measures. Utilize them come up with somethingtangible something practical something you created somethingto show oft your knowledge- These are objectives of home economics along with learning to nourish the human body by combiningthe basics in proportion- leadingto munchably good things to crunch... chomp. Sociology GOOCH, JOE T., Instructor HARL, BIRK C., Asst. Prof. Cnot picturedj MORLOCK, JAMES E., Dean, Head of Dept. Cnot picturedy PETKOVSEK, LUDWIG A., Assoc. Prof. Ar unvllww lVlodern society, an all encompassing never ending web spun by the leaders ofcrirne and oppression. lVlan must struggle with his environment to understand his society if he isn't robbed, beaten or killed first. V Special Services "Without a plan we move in circles." The Guidance Center helps us turn those circles into strong, straight lines. 'f A 55 ji gf. gf PLEASE D0 N0 BISTURB! fmnm wa ms P1 GARNETT, ROBERT F., Dir. of Guidance Center HOCHSTETLER, PATRICIA IVI Counselor WADE, ARNOLD, Asst. Dir. mv: SHA Q ff: . , N x f s s S .X Q X X . as Si N z sph 3 C , X f ,fZf' r ' . ,,,, . wwmw A, 'W Q X Q . ,ax sm., f I E he s w f 19 sis ' ef. 41... . M, .,2. ..c,c. ,ry X :-SVSU' a ii' ':ffi5??:", ' f P bS.Sf-'.- f XS?-".'.:'52t .. K Q 'S ' ' x i l QS TQ X X s rr ga X E X 5 ps fx I I X Et il l SEQ is f ggi fs N U: CUIDENL le vw PLANS I T' Q . if 2 , 3 Z f 'XJ' iii A-I 92 A.F.R.0.T.C Blue is forthe AFROTC- blue uniforms blueflags blue noses inthe snow at8a.m. drill. But that blue is earned by determined cadets W R. 1 ' ,, , . .4 if wi' 'digg A becoming capa ble leaders. I-Iup! Hup! Forwa r-r-r-rd Maron! nr' .ffiflil lm -,1 LOEMKER, FRED H., Prorof . 1 ,11 fm W- E' Aerospace Studies 'AW ,,,. NUMMI, RICHARD l.,Asst. Prof. y l , . PEAKE, ROBERT L., Asst. Prof. Q ' 41 413 93 Nursing Rise in the dark before dawn, while others sleep in. Wear plain blue uniforms and clunky white oxfords: there are v-neck sweaters and fish-net stockings for others. Walk down ouiet just-waxed corridors while the others sit in the Indian filled with friends and the smell of coffee. Nurses lose out on a lot of things. But there's the nope in the eyes of the crippled patient taking his first wobbly step on crutches. And the glow on the face ofthe little girl with the broken leg when the doctor tells her that someday she's going to be a famous dancer. Who's losing out? ANDERSON, SUE R., Asst. Prof., not pictured ARENSIVIAN, HELEN, Instructor, not pictured ASHLEY, IVIARCIA F., Instructor, not pictured BOEKE, IVIILDRED C., Director of School of Nursing. not pictured BRITTINGHAIVI, THELMA, Asst. Prof., not pictured BROCKNIOLE, ARNOLD W., Lecturer, not pictured BROYLES, HELEN C., Asst. Prof., not pictured BRUNE, ROSENIARY W., Asst. Prof. CLARK, IVIARGIE A., Instructor, not pictured DAVENPORT, VIVIAN L., Asst. Prof. DeNOON, LEIGH H., Asst. Inst. EARNEST, SANDRA C., Asst. Inst., not pictured FALLS, JEAN S.,Asst. Inst. GRIFFIN, MARGARET, Asst. Inst., not pictured HAUSIVIANN, DOROTHY NI., Asst. Prof., not pictured HAYDEN, CLEO P., Instructor, not pictured JEAN, HELEN F., Asso. Prof., not pictured LAWSON, JOYCE E. Asst. Prof., not pictured IVIILLER, DELIVIA F., Asst. Inst., not pictured PICKETT, HARRIETT J., Asst. Prof., not pictured SHRODE, HELEN, Asst. Prof., not pictured SMITH, HELEN C., Asso. Prof., not pictured SIVIOKVINA, GLORIA J., Asst. Prof., not pictured STEPHENS, DOROTHY, Asso. Prof., not pictured eks greeks greeks greeks greeks greeks gree is greeks greeks greeks Chi Larnbda Chapter of Alpha Ornicron Pi 2' .S 5 Z .t E., . sg. A . . , s ' ,W lg A M . . . if ,yr in ,, , , , y t X Xi rw if W I x fy 1 S , 5 l 5 X X , , X ,Q Q V ' M gl . , ,, -Q . .- W. .., A 75. A 5.:.ggf W ...WMJW 5 FRONT ROW: J. Reasor, G. Edgar, S. Meddock, K. Andrews, Nl. Glaess, Nl. Carrington, SECOND ROW: L. Wilson, S. Rowland, J. Nlen- gon, B. Young, R Schlundt, lvl. Hunt, J. Plymate, D. Abbott, B. Hurnfeldg THIRD ROW: N. Burns, S. Essig, B. Prince, K. Nelson, P. Fernel. J. Kleinhenn, G. lvlohrrnan, C. Scott, D. deJoncheere, J. Jones, S. Kelley, K. Norris, G. Voight, S. Schelosky: FOURTH ROW: R. Rice, K. Leeper, C. Fry, G. Doerner, S. Clark, K. Jones, J. Stewart, P. Brehob, S. Klueh, B. Griffing, J. Wilson, B. Brooks: BACK ROW: J. iVlcCutchan, C. Crane, L. Witt, K. Lundsgaard, K. Ziliak. i A golden fall pledge class, Favorite Guy. Homecoming queen . again after giving it that good ole college try, winning Panhellenic Scholarship, the many hours devoted to philanthropy -that's part ofthe close sisterhood ot AOPi. Nevv People New Friends Good Friends... A Sister Forever! Busy Planning Working I-lard . .. in ., 8 fx 1 gs,- 8 rib 'fits 'Q' , wx N. . , x Q ' fm: af 2 35, X, g. ,I - .- -A' A75 :QL . .ae k , W ,, il, 3 uk? My pix ' , , ,J ,Q A Snigggw f, , 'Z w A vm Q.. " " X AQ Liv vi ,ml .. it I :R , I 'lx 'A : 4-, I we - ff Q 5-:ij " ' 'A , ' fri f 1 I . z s X '. 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Kuhn, Aristotle Cowlj, P. Vote, SECOND ROW: B. Martin, D. Black, B. Wilder, S. Clarke, V. Jennings, L. Black, J Northcut. S. Slade, V. Sorenson: THIRD ROW: M. Goody. M. Meiser, P. Acker, E. Backus, J. Snyder, G. Nigh, D. McElderry, B Sanford. D. Prellg BACK ROW: P. Dissette. S. Ligon, E. Greenfield, J. Edwards, E. Garber, A. Martin, L. Topper. J. Brandenberger K. Mitchell, A. Utley, C. Becker, B. Snyder. J. Gummx BACK ROW: G. Grim, D. Neal, S. Vinton, M. Plank, S. Cole, S. Anderson. G Clifford. S. Noyes, P. Pearce, M. Gail Brooks, R. Loge. N. Alston, B. Swaine, C. Klein, J. Blue. D. Wampler. S. Reed. C, Tucker, L Youngblood, C. Cartwright, S. l-lorne, S. Williams, S. Sharpe. With a clamor of hammers and heads all singing together as one, the Chi O's work to make their lawn display tops. Their undercurrent of insatiable desire to boostthe EN sorority proves profitable for them. ,. ,,,,,3N lOl 5. ilk 'Un ' ,, ff 4 5' BRN I f 1 iffy X emo X . 5551, f f 2 W A V 'if N ' . ,gf . 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Raising money for Project Hope A Cvia their Christmas bazaarj, Q 5' W social events, and , , A 1 campus functions keep - them busy. 1 'ir11+, r Their smiles of is A 22,3 enwth usiasm . brighten the campus. Q, V 1, . 3 , ,vi ,M I And Laugh. Together. FRONT ROW: J. Smith, C. Hudson, S. Cole, B. Raymond, J. Voris, B. Bellamy, D. Boaz, N. Elson, K. Ault, SECOND ROW: F. Leeds P. Livers, G. Hisgen, Nl. Moore, D. Porter, K. Reeder, B. Knowles, B. Ross, G. Summers, S. Schmitt, C. Hawhee. P. Wheaton, S. Poin dexter, E. Green: THIRD ROW: C. Siktberg, S. Hoskins, B. Long, N. Kirkman, K. Shoener, lVl. Hisgen, A. Arensman, S. Gall. J. Single ton, K. Pascoe, M. Rubin, B. Neal, J. Garner, A. Logel, K. Conduitt, K. Anderson, R. Giles, Phi lVlu Flame: BACK ROW: N. Winterheimer J. Labhart, C. Redett, J. Downey, D. Pfisterer, R. Hires, Nl. Werle, J. Coats. FRONT ROW: T, Newman, J. lnglehart, J. Smith, K. Slade, S. Bronson, C. Stotler, L. Streughg SECOND ROW: P. Stippler, L. Trott, P. Askew. B. Nicksic. L. Butler: THIRD ROW: G. Bryan, D. Piper, J. Bugher, S. Yaggi, D. Thorn, P. Dickenson, M. l-lerschman, D. Mueller, K. Whetstone, B. Keller, L. Howerter, Nl. Bueskingg FOURTH ROW: S. Clark, D. Stevens, T. Gulley, J. Laugher, V. Combs, D. Miller, P. Blessing. J. Brand, L. Kirkham: BACK ROW: J. Boyer, J. Dudley, T. Beauchamp, B. Winnet, L. Summers, L. Kuebler, S Bryan. S. Whitsit, P. Haas, D. Skeen, L. Jones, C. Fisher, B. Baldridge, M. Schnapf, L. Thompson, T. Whitsit. Zeta Alpha Chapter of Zeta Tau Al ha D Mike Montgomery ZTA Sweetheart The Zetas willingly love being Zetas. For them all the excitement, escape, grins, love. highs and downs of their youth are here. Together they seek the heights of sorority life. Their Mardi Gras livens the campus each spring. 104 Pushing Aside Gur Needed Rest. We Pledge Our l-lenerto Do Gur Best... But in the End VVe're Glad We Did. CDear God, Please Give Us a Housej lota Mu Chapter of Dynamic in difference the Chi's havetheir new house-after eagerly watching it raised one brick higher. The strength of the UE chapter of AXA is proved not only by tuheirsuccession of victories in the Big '39 Race and popularity, but by their thrust toward the future as well. Lambda Chi Alpha ,W b J, 1 l 'W a Qs.. . .ff L' . Lv Ami, . Sw S s fs vissffgsy Neff FRONT ROW: S. Borre. D. Proctor, B. Watson, N. Wells, L. Youngblood, J. Nail, D. Brinkmeyer, R. Post, R. Sander, S. Baumgartner, B Harper, R Krohne. B. Hearn, B. Schrader. SECOND ROW: T. Milto, D. Sanders, L. Schroer, S. Bell, D. Burke, F. Hughes, J. Freeman, N Tully, J. Gabriel. D. Steinke, T. Richardt. T. Foland. THIRD ROW: H. Pratt, R. Miller, D. Raeburn, R. Beck, S. Summers. J. Jarboe, D Filson. T. Helmbock. FOURTH ROW: D. Euston, K. Meyer, S. Hayford, R. Katterhenry, l. Meftord, S. Bell, R. Mauk, T. Rudnick, J Moon, B. Walther. H. Smith, B. Brackett, G. Bryant. D. Knapp. D. Elson, S. Green, B. Matthews. FIFTH ROW: J. Aufderhar, M. Short. J. Lovell. J. Jarboe, R. Barclay. J. Jones. G. Henning. S. Smith, B. Ross, K. Smith, R. Hatfield, S. Raibley, J. Sander, D. Pelton. J Brandenberger. T. Turner, C. Oswald, R. Brown, M. Umbarger. BACK ROW: S. Althaus, O. Messerlie, G. Brown, M. Ashley, G. Gun- nell. W. Kuklinski, N. Rutigliano, C. Blackford. M. F'ulIin. lO6 ul il' n ? 'Y B is M . in 1 -Mn, L,-.-.ru-. . N 4 ,A Q P fm.. z 5 . 1 4 ,Q .- , i v. P ' 8.45 ' Qglscifii - 'pg-'G f' 1 fff"rS2 5f Q if iv 3:lhS"3:Ww,, I A Ls33.8f8u4.,:4sJLxM M: 4 4 - N ks: V X 9,34 Yi-f'iS 5 uf . :. 'gg 'z :' Y' X, iii-fm Q' 3 .HMG 5 ' Q, 1 wr , af b , Q 1 0 My t ,Ko aiizfray A sis- ,, , K :,z,,,f ,, ' '? fgr.?w' if A , . ,M fa f, 3 X gap gt 5 i , , Q QBAN uv? vi, 'i ibiff' , Vngg ' ' -- w-gf. I ,, K s Phu Kappa Tau FRONT ROW: W. Purcell, R Young, VV. Bercavv, A Roettger B Townsend T Tucker S Cress SECOND ROW H Klesel J Scheld Ier, C. Specht, P. Chllds. J. Shell. J, Stevlan, E. Whltley THIRD ROW L Bassett J Nord R Sauer G Shrock E Fager E Llnder R Howe, FOURTH ROW: B. lvlorrovv, T. Blelchroth C Gengelback J DeVoss W Kelth H Kldd FIFTH ROW R Kaufmann S Klan genberger, P. Stafford, D. Thompson, R. Handzlak D lVlcCane R Fornges BACK ROW Nl Ulrlch K Drlggers D Forrester G Thompson. J. lVlcKlnley, G. Pershing, H. Jensen. . W. Xu SD? 5 -rw " ' E .. . fm- C .y Q7 . fw f . ! ,fs . Y, , , Wh Zz' 55? , A young group with a good start a very ambitious group of T' men-that's Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity seekinga true meaning of brotherhood, Already they have made their mark in the community as well as on campus. The orphans know the sound of Phi Tau cars in their lane. To Keep The Fraternity Alive. ft " 'f..'i,' "',i,+u-1-fsflfsw i"l"f 'iTficiv .f1HQ'5K ' 5 Sx151f3.'Q F .Mg ??g1ivf??iQEE?ETi .gfifyijwfhgul .gf 555. q rpg? ix fig . - ,-'Y.jy, . , it gi-'Q i' an . 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X' 23541555 X Q ' 'JV Sw fw . XX S Xt O : x Ervin . 1 . X -.W 0 . X -2sg,E,5sS:as .X -1 'A W ' N i f .ff --X- X, X f . X Z f 1 . X i's. X f if S. k. .A- sf f X Q X X ii Miss Diane Dixon SAE Sweetheart .-WT 1 X N N3 + f tf..:-.4Xsf- X A new M. 'X A 3 E yi 12" fiikiw Al: Indiana Epsilon Cnapter of Sigma Alpna Epsilon - XAE WEN? 1-I uv ic p 1 rfvrrwm V- . an Q ' 2 '13 -Nl.. QB .QRQJQVQ KI' 'LMI L? FRONT ROW: J. Barthel, D. Davies, B. Pearce, IVI. Hosterman, J. Johnston, L. Polster, J. Gardner, P. Cusack: SECOND ROW: L. Hauke, T. Gates, J. Reid, G. Robinson, L. Tallrnan, D. Nutty, THIRD ROW: D. Koelker, G. Lucas, P. Titzer, B. Bartnel, D. Huebscnman, P. IVIcConneII, FOURTH ROW: J. Cole, A. Studt, D. Feltner, P. O'IVIaIIey, C. Taylor, FIFTH ROW: J. Hughes, T. IVIcCann, G. Scnian- sker, R. Jodka, B. Beck: SIXTH ROW: D. Spicer, T. Jaco, T. Bennett, IVI. Graves, D. Paulen, T. Bailey, BACK ROW: D. IVIcFadzean, D. Jaques, D. Eyles, T. Young, J. Dornina, L. Donohue, C. Ruckrnan, C. Stagg. III indiana Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon N45 FRONT ROW: B. Barrett, S. Kuebler, W. Zinn, A. Hungate, T. Russell, S. Haworth, Sam, T. Snider, T. Collins, E. Dunn, SECOND ROW J. Ellison, J. Havens, M. Lively, B. Hadley, M. Dean, K. Baggett, B. McCIean, D. Lauer, L. Jeffers, J. French, L. Shatter, L. Rose, S Creekbaum, J. McClintock, M. Zimmer, J. Dye, BACK ROW: S. Jorgenson, B. Madden, S. Hammers, D. Skinner, S. Mueller, D Myers, J. Tyler, D. Longest, S. Smith, V. Wile, D. Leverette, S, Niles. The brotherhood of Sigma Phi Epsilon, synonymous with social S9l'VlCe, Someday you'll wear the golden heart of our fraternity. many campus activities and their participation in SGA, is strong and devoted. For them Friday means study all day and party til davvn -who needs sleep-til Monday? There's more to wI'1at's behind the red door. I'ma Sig Ep Too.. .Cha Keep pushing-not much more to go Zeta Beta Chapter ot Tau Kappa Epsilon xnvu-gnfgf 5 i - ..... .... .-4 -..J .. ' ' l si "rw f ' 7 , S i"',f f 1 T' 'K ' " 'WW ' 55. .Q ,Q ,' ' f f- -f i fe. f .-. A M A - ' r . v- ,S Y . ,V h I Q A , 3, , X , Q . g ,...,ws. ., H wffi ,sv 41 J i VX- ,, si ,Qlglcs .. 1 , . it . X , ,X , Y- , , M . . ep,, ,... . - ..... P . ii M ,WW 1 . X . .. . . .. 'f ir I , . A 1 mf 3 1 ' 2 ,I t X .X . ,. XXXX ,Wh fz: h 5 y J X sX.W.,o XM. ..:XX:..,..c.. W, X , ss i f -- M: A - N W ' an vs 'il FRONT ROW: B. Allred, D. Steedman, J. Bartelt, B. Landis, G. Summers, Sweetheart, D. Ramsden, P. Niemeier, G. Hagstrom, lVl. Stephens, D. Kinzler. SECOND ROW: Nl. lVliller, K. Gore, R. Angermeier, D. Julian, J. Grimme. THIRD ROW: D. Roose, D. Frick, R. Duvall, D. lVlcDonald, J. DeFur, Nl. Hughey. FOURTH ROW: F. Hayes, G. Rice, T. Haines, D. Duvall, S. Allen.FlFTH ROW: J. Dice, R. Roe, D. Minnette, D. Thompson, S. Edwardson, L. Enlow. SIXTH ROW: lVl. Hobgood, S. Sipes, R. Tacoma, G. Petro, lVl. Gilles, J. Lilligan, lvl. lVlcCammon, M. Seeger, M. Clark, J. Nlantovani, T. Ritter, P. Green, F. Kanowsky, D. Rains, lVl. Pillar, S. Shawhan, B. Rhodes, lVl. Kuntz, B. Jordan. BACK ROW: T. Hanna, T. l-lasler, J. Crocker, E. Hougland, G. lVloll, A. Nlesser, D. Atherton, T. Sharp, R. Kopp, K. Godeke, "For Personal Worth and Character" H J W x X1 ' AQ ' XX SiLAi-fs ' 4 f ., I m:g'5:1 .-'i 1 aj ...,f:. -'-' 5 ,eq X Q V , Mi I A, ' 1W .,f eff- . W" . Y X ff- f' " A mi x ii . 's" . Sim Undera cloud of dust you find the TKE intramural football players tackling the pigskin victory. On the night of pledging you could look around and see all their smiling, secure faces as they got a tremendous set of pledges. Whos the lucky girl? A Weveiustgottawin! nf ti. x s A 4 ww , , .. I A Q Q W W'Unsm.,,,,-.RM S' Y , 2' the Keystone to Success." And who's the luckiest guy? T' R Q I . I ' . - 9 4 4 N... f?'w il, Y "Mt ,. ' 4 A9 Q i x V' 'ix' :WEB ef 9' ' 504 , 1 2 r N , , B 9 E 'X FRONT ROW A Jordan G Perry SECOND ROW T Atwater A Harris W Washmgton BACK ROW D Weeks M Woodard K A specnal kmd of brotherhood appa Alpha Psa Happiness s Being Greek El ,wk Q swf .ggi Wim mf 14 X U f s sg if M' . x eff, L fy, 'Xi , ' ,1 A Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Eta Theta Iota Kappa Lambda lVlu Nu Xi Omioron Pi Rho Sigma Tau Upsilon Phi Chi Psi Omega Sir. Jrganizations organizations organizations or 'lizations organizations S v--..,sN : J P 4 A rl.. -N ,ri 5 .IH -,I . . l , 4 ' x U , Q Q 5 D ii - 1. . . ' fgg L ' ' r- if-'1 'rv .. .'W.' - X wa' ,VI5 il' IT-H '4W?w.' , ,RG flfda . , 5,553 -r, V:-if Eff! l,.r" M' V A.. 1 ' 5 fx X K ' ' Si N A X We A r .A - as we O N cn cn O Ei 0 FD Q cn ' 'PEN -Q. ..- , fe 245 mfg 2 QS s H' YQ S. S . fig . Mg Q . . ,x. f e .3115 '-an X , ww I if . .,:, . I W If f 4 . . W Su, . NS .1 , AY S A ' . Q N V J 3 f Q- .Q wif' f' X,- ' J. Allen, J. Boyer, IVI. Hosterrnan, B. Stanford. Juniors Q Seniors Pennington, R. Roose, D. Brinkrneyer, B. Prince. VW 120 IVI. Ashley, S. Creekbaum, C. Kawamura, R. Dickinson. Sophomores Freshmen K. Ziliak, J. Wellemeyer, R. Anderson, E. Greenfield 121 Residence Officers f .- .N QSM D. Woolley, J. Fisher, B. Stickler, J. Bennett, J. Allen, D. Libbert, J. Gorsky, G. Slack. A. Smart, L. Clark, M. Crocker, A. Heath, R. Baldwin, P. Pennington Moore ll -A as lvl. Warren, S. Klingenberger, F. Faust, R. Richardson, B. Hauselrnan. Hu heSH II I. Kuczynski, S. EI'1ringer,A. Parr, P. Nabernuis, L. Scnweiger, R Srnitn, K. Kirtley. Hale Hall Brentano Hall i . i.'3l'- - B. Voss, R. Gutn, D. Hardin, C, Hustedt D. Shannon. ' .. 'Rini K' W FRONT ROW: H. Erickson, M. Griffin, L. Moon, H. Arensman, J. Coyle, P. Kinsey, C. Robertson, A. Wade. SECOND ROW: M. Hartig, C. Brooks, N. Brown, E. Tapley, W. Wesley, R. Rogge, P. Guest, V. Maves, B. Wright, C. Wood, N. Jordan, B. Mitchel, S. Smiley, K. Miles, C. Johnson. Phi Kappa Phi Who's Who FRONT ROW: S. Schelosky, J. Jones, B. Wright, K. Fenneman, R. Schlundt, S. Ethridge, J. Georgesen, M. Wellemeyer, A. Arens man, N. Jordan, R. Lawrence, P. Dissette, A. Hodapp, G. Summers, J. Garner, B. Ross. SECOND ROW: F. Kiechle, B. Landis, J. Keith J. Doe, M. Pullin, S. Baumgartner, D. Paulen, J. Domina, R. Glass, M. Dean, D. Prell, R. Watson. 124 Blue Key K. Driggers, D. Fager, B. Hadley, R. Giles, B. Michel, M. Zimmer, D. Walters. i-'Q ..-4-g FRONT ROW: M. Nenneker, V. Grabill, S. Smithers, R. Lawrence, P. Blessing, H. Reich, C. Wood. SECOND ROW: S. Elzer N. Winternneimer, S. Kelly, R. Schlundt, B. Knowles, N. Jordan, P. Guest, J. Jones, J. Garner. 125 f J FRONT ROW: K. Norris and B. Knowles. BACK ROW: T. Russell, D. Paulen, President, B. Allred. Student Government Student Senate FRONT ROW: T. Russell, D. Paulen, K. Norris, B. Knowles. SECOND ROW: E. Greenfield, B. Sanford, P. Penning- ton, R. Dickinson, C. Kawamura, J. Boyer. BACK ROW: K. Ziliak, B. Prince, R. Roose, D. Brinkmeyer, M. Ashley, J. Allen, Nl. Hosterman. , MQ l26 - 'Qtr' Li ' 4..L'5v A B G. Coyle, S. Waggoner, R. Bentley, Prof. K. Miles CSeated3, K. Driggers, H. Kidd. Si ma Pi Si ma Kappa Mu Epsilon FRONT ROW: Cseatedb B. Hudson, B. Weir, J. Frederickson, N. Moss, P. Block, I. Reed, B. Hauselman, P Pearce, J. Deer, S. Schmitt, S. Hoehn, lVl. Carrington, A. Vollmer, K. Weatherford. BACK ROW: R. Black burn, D. Curlovic, S. Hammers, R. Giles, V. Bailey, R. Coleman, D. Kiechle, L. Watson, F. Kiechle. 127 www. Q fist" ii FRONT ROW: C. Crawford, T. Wilson, W, Lautner, R. Petersen, L. Meyer, D. Lisman, Dr. W. Hartsaw. BACK ROW: K. Driggers, H. Kidd, A. Haase, R. Devaisner, J. Bumgarner. Mechanical En ineers Engineerin Club J. Bumgarner, K. Driggers, J. Eads, A. Haase, C. Crawford, R. Petersen, D. Lisrnan, W. Lautner, T. Hewitt, S. Waggoner, H. Kidd R. Wheat, T. Wilson, B. Jeffrey, Dr. W. Hartsaw, R. Devaisner, P. Mitchell, L. Meyer. , 3 f f Q ,- f ' 3 .i -M T . 1 74' .42 E Qld? X i X QW 'z 1 Q ww- ng ' 2 6, ' WQP ve-7-Q'-11" 5'-rg. f e-535 L4-070-f 5 4' xid N-. . I FRONT ROW: D. Binnix. A. B. Bess, C. E. Stone. S. M. Groomer, A. Schoener. BACK ROW: J. Davis, W. Seifert, D. Edmonds, B. Barthel, D. Snyder. Accountin Club ' f r -ff, x '- 1,5 , , , FRONT ROW: L. Schroer, B. Kunkel, B. Bercaw, J. Dunbar, J. Davis, G. Mitchell, J. Overton, M. Goedde, G. Besing. SECOND ROW: L. Richrich, J. Daener, J. Green, D. Steedman, A. Shoener, P. Niemeier, B. Harper, R. White, B. Koch. D. Edmonds, J. Knight, S. Reed, G. Graul. THIRD ROW: S. Hession, F. Park, D. Musselwhite, J. Matthews, J. Wilson, J. Paulen, S. Davis, G. Hardesty, D. Williams, S. Kern, J. Wills. S. Wolf. BACK ROW: P, Martin. G. Barrett, D. Boylls, D. Hunter, W. Bernhardt, J. Grimme, G. Moll, A. Allen, M. Carter, D. Guthrie. Pi Si ma Epsilon tha I S all if gg ! , ,mme , av I M .. . i' 5 3 , 5 I N If I is in I II ' I I fa I It I :sr as , '55 .4 N7 ww rf I A Q sr . ' ' is S . - f. x J? 1 11, lx W .,. zfiit. I If LQZX 2.2 2 at ts ,- . .A , Y - 'Q Jr, X , . X' ,A- Mfgfw :af but t . .J A' Q ' :vi we 4' x 2 ' X S I Cx :ff I f avi FRONT ROW: D. Musselvvhlte, J. West, IVI. Ovvensby, A. Mathuew, IVI. Chuk, B. IVIcDanieI, B. Adams. SEC- OND ROW: J. Russell. B. Grant, P. Wheaton, P. Black. BACK ROW: L. Silverman, C. lVlagIinger,N. Bray, C. Cabbage. S.N.E.A. STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION FRONT ROW: NI. Best, B. Winnett, B. Graman, J. Binnix, E. Pearson, J. Stephenson, IVI. Thomas, B. IVlcDaniel. BACK ROW: J. Schmidt, S. Williams, D. Thorn, G. Slack, J. Boultinghouse, J. West, N. Bray. .C.E. 130 AMERICAN CHILDHOOD EDUCATION FRONT ROW: Nl. Trissel, D. Drone, S. Van Stone, A. Smead, Dr. D. Sampson, B. Carey, B. Raymond, Nl. Goody. BACK ROW: G. Plaford, lVl. Farrell, Dr. Johnson, C. Brooks, D. Fager, J. Hart, P. Fritz, T. Lynch. Psychology Club French Club FRONT ROW: Nl Trissel, P. Brooks, S. Lachen, Nl. Goody, B. Nicksie, D. Miller, B. Gufting, J. Singleton, V. Kilby, C. Woods, E. lVlanning, B. Gore, lVl. Schultze, D. Piper, B. Ross, B. Knowles, A. Beumel. BACK ROW: W. J. Ransbottom, lVl. Snyder, G. Plaford, F. Kiechle, B. Werzner, T. Jaco, B. Raymond, B. Eberhart, R. Bippus, lVl. Presley. Q QQE 'dw Administration Board 7 V' Q M. T. Russell, B. Harl, K. Norris, Dr. J. Nlorlock, Dr. W. Perkins, Dr. R. Wilson, D. Paulen, B. Allred, B. Knowles, lVlrs. L. Schnakenburg. wg :df 3 Suk? . -Q? .MS ' 4 Union Board ' Q .-,x ww-v' Q X . 2 7 w ff MW X FRONT ROW: K. Anderson, lVl. Hisgen, J. Boyer, B. Prince, BACK ROW: Nl. Plank, J. Wills, D. Wilson. omen' Council S. Sharpe, S. Elder, R. Baldwin, P. Blessing. .. if L. FRONT ROW: B. Dennis, T. Finch, J. Bugher, L. Schweiger, S. Rowland, J. Deer, K. Coats, C. Ross, C. Long, K. Singer. BACK ROW: N. Staubitz, S. Brown, B. Weir, J. Frederickson, Nl. Crossley, D. Atz, S. Rickenbaugh, A. Parr, lVlrs. L. Schnak- enburg, Nl. Carrington, K. Fredricks, K. Jones, P. Block, R. Hires, P. Brooks, B. Knowles, B. Ratlift, L. Hicks, E. Backus, V. Sorenson, lVl. Edwards. Alpha Lambda Delta Pi Delta Epsilon FRONT ROW: D. Porter, D. Wood, J. Kleinhenn, C. Kleitz. SECOND ROW: L. Schaeffer, S. l-lession, G. Clayton, K. Schmidt. BACK ROW: P. Bayley, G. Dasse, S. Wilson, R. Burke, P. Sluder, D. Longest, B. Thompson, B. Harmon, S. Eth- ridge, D. Wade, R. Barter. 133 gf ,MV ,, ,. FRONT ROW: A. Smeade, S. VanStone. SECOND ROW: Nl. Farrell, B. Carey, D. Sampson, V. Nlaves. BACK ROW: C. Johnson J. Hart, G. Plaford. A. Espenlaub. Psi Chi Phi Beta Chi FRONT ROW: L. Weller, L. Winternheimer, W. Hartsaw, F. Kiechle, D. Dunham. SECOND ROW: E. Susat, P. Kinsey, NI. Casler, R. Devaisher. BACK ROW: A. Sensmeier, M. Sensmeier, R. Sensmeier. 134 'Of Circle K FRONT ROW: R. Wedel, D. Hotz, N. Wells, J. Schmidt. SECOND ROW: U. Nliller, W. Smith, G. Herrmann. THIRD ROW: B. Simpson, J. Wills, J. Koester. BACK ROW: D. Schuler, B. Raibley, B. Bullock. 5 'fu f ."i 1 vi i f 5 fl : , 3 ' V 3. -r ' i. 1 5 M. l-leady, S. Leggett, B. Whitehouse, D. Hei ron, D. Jones, H. Jensen, P. Johnson. 135 FRONT ROW: S. Essig, M. Wellemeyer, J. Ansburg, lVl. Glaess, lVlrs. Loemker, R. Baldwin, K. Hearn, B. Hunt, D. Dixon, P. Pearce. BACK ROW: G. Grim, Commander, S. Wilson, J. Boyd, J. Ashley, T. Goebel, J. Labnart, G. Summers, C. Lyles, Nl. Hunt, S. Clark, A. Gumm, S. Slade, C. Hart, P. Vote, C. Kavvamura, J. Boyer, A. Hodapp. Angel Fli ht B. Winnett, S. Williams, P. Blessing, Mrs. Schnakenburg, lVl. Wellerneyer, K. Reeder, N. Kirkman, C. Walsh FRONT ROW: S. Dalton, l.. Santini, S. Green, W. Knipe, W. Berger, J. Gore, B. Keith, S Reuber. BACK ROW: E. Kell ner, J. Bastain, D. McDonald R. Blackburn, J. Green, G Knight. 9. Panhellenic Arnold Air Society 2 A , 5 , 2.4 I.E.E.E. FRONT ROW: S. Chaudhuri, M. Mathias, A. Eversoul, S. Westfall, E. Whiteley, P. Mitchell, T. Hewitt. BACK ROW: G. Nixon, M. Casler R. Cuhdiff, J. Woods, T. Atwater, C. Wiley, T. Niehaus, B. Blessihger, J. Schenk, D. Cheahey, N. Richards, R. Farmer. l38 ., 5111 it-it 1 .. :iii ,J FRONT ROW: I. McDonald, J. McKinley, S. Becker, Miss C. Bedillion, B. Horst, J. Russell, D. Porter, J. Whitehouse. BACK ROW: E. Gelaiden, S. Dixon, D. Libbert, L. Rickrich, S. Morris, S. Weiss, M. Spaar, R. Morris, M. Kohlmeyer, M. Schauss. C. Croce. K. Auten. .C.A.S. Kappa Pi fi eg? 5 C 'Q' il . FRONT ROW: G. Steiner. N. Ensinger. D. Phillips. M. Helton. S. Lohr, J. Siau. SECOND ROW: K. Eaton, K. Schmidt, IVI. Griffin S. Ritzel, K. Younker. K. Britton. C. Sirnrnelink, S. Bates, Mr. R. Osborne. BACK ROW: B. Koch, R, Houchin, B. Britton, J. Mc Kinley. 139 Alpha Tau Delta W ii FRONT ROW: K. Leeper, D. Johnston, K. Nelson, C. Scott, G. Williams, L. Hanson, E. Eichel, C. Mann, D. Milner: SECOND ROW: J. Hougland, N. Melton, K. Conduitt, P. Etfinger, N. Staubitz, K. Conner, L. Goettel, J. Linley, J. Pickering, THIRD ROW: R. Smith, D. Dierker, B. Bealer, P. Haines, J. Kuhlman, M. Hubbard, N. Kuhlenschmidt, S. Westrickg FOURTH ROW: M. Brinson, J. Steele, L. Graper, D. Lamb, K. Meier, B. Roethemeier, E. Rotramel, L. Noecker, FIFTH ROW: L. Rinehart, R. Young, L. Walker, D. Cormier, M. Crosley, L. Clark, S. West, L. Hic:ks3 SIXTH ROW: K. Fredricks, N. MoFadin, S. Kozicky, B. Dennis, D. Bredhold, C. Seifert, J. Forten- berry, SEVENTH ROW: J. McMullen, D. Shroder, C. Wirtz, C. Wirtz, C. Schrader, C. Hadley, BACK ROW: T. Finch, C. Boswell, M, Kays, M. Ellis, S. DeBaun, C. Muckley, J. Burns. 140 FRONT ROW: E. Halman, D. Emge, S. McGinnis, T. Shinnaman, D. lVlcFadzean. B. Dubuque, J. Huber. SECOND ROW: lVlr. D. Thomas, R. Johnson, S. Davis. S. Smithers, R. Stalder, S. Overman, A. Martin, P. Hogue, P. Gilbert, C. Scammon. THIRD ROW: Mr. J. D. Lutz, P. Swain. C, Popp, R. Glass. S. Bayer. G. Brooks. L. Schmidt, V. Johnson. BACK ROW: A. Espenlaub, D. Comer, J. Freeman. J. Clark. University Theater Alpha Psi Omega FRONT ROW: D. Emge, S. Overman, S. Smithers, lVlr. D. Thomas. BACK ROW: Nl. Flaherty, R. Glass. S. Bayer, Mr. J.D. Lutz. 141 'Wm E. Baptist Student Union Wit MN 4, we FRONT ROW: M. Taggart, A. Matthleu, Nl. Owensby, SECOND ROW: R Barnett, L. Clark, THIRD ROW: M. Cheek, R. Peter Son, T. Punch. BACK ROW: B. Surnpson, J. lVlcKlnIey. 142 Newman Club FRONT ROW: R. Hatfield, L. Hayes, C. Hudson, G. McGIothIin, B. Hurst, P. Hunsicker, B. Wright, P. Pennington, D. Herron, J. Hancock. J. Jeftord, Mr. R. Rapp. SECOND ROW: J. Stein, C. Walsh, K. Fenneman, C. Siktberg.J. lnglehart, N. Cotton, C. Pur- cell, D. McElderry, L. Boyte. S. Horne, D. Blades, C. Kratz, M. Bobbitt, P. Acker, S. Essig. THIRD ROW: L. Schweiger, L. Gilliam. I. Harris, M. Fox, M. Mitcham. R. Cooper, S. Cress. L. Lyles, B. Bippus, G. Schurz, T. Bragg. BACK ROW: C. McCleary, G. Irvin, J. Kruse, J. Crocker, R. Kauffmann, R. Young, R. Shannon, J. Bennett, M. Snyder, G. Wagner, C. Hatfield, T. Huppert, J. McCord. D. Daugherty. A capella Choir Choral-Ayers FRONT ROW: S. Russell, N. Cotton. L. Gilliam, C. Walsh, G. Purcell, J. Smith, C. Gerkin, J. Jefford, L. Thomson, P. Stallings D. Dearmin, K. Silber. BACK ROW: Mrs. Shepard, J. Wiggins, T. Rueger, S. Fritz, K. Lewis, R. MacLean, J. Moore, J. Bean blossom, J. McCord, L. Lyles. D. Miller, T. Bragg, D. Daugherty. 144 FRONT ROW: S. Bright, D. Russell, D. Gress, D. Nliller, C. Terry, J. lVlead, W. Everbach, A. Gee, R. Cona- way, J. Price, J. Lindquist, E. Gorman. SECOND ROW: T. Rueger, L. Eifler, Nl. Fox, R. Chase, R. DeBord, R. Young, L. Lyles, R. Cooper, V. Stover, D. Stein. BACK ROW: J. Bennett, G. Miles, J. Kruse, G. lrvin. J. Moore. K. Lewis, R. lVlacLean, K. Wambach. Phi IVlu Alpha S.A.I. FRONT ROW: C. Hudson, P. Pennington, P. Hunsicker, C. Kratz, A. Feigel. SECOND ROW: S. Russell D. Sullivan, Nl. Bobbit. S. Righthouse, B. Wright, N. Nadler, P. Stallings, J. Wiggins, J. Keach, C. Walsh C. Gerkin, H. Bissey, V. Vickrey. BACK ROW: P. Haynes, S. Elzer, G. Purcell, D. Herron, L. Thomson L. Gilliam, J. Stien, lVl. Bradley, N. Cotton, J. Thornton, L. Hetrick, K. Fennernan, D. Dearmin, L Boyte, G. Hobgood. . wtf .fit X i, 3 ,Q ,Q Wi-M. -:V V i 'wr' l45 FRONT ROW: B. Martin, B. Snyder, J. Boyd, J. Garner. BACK ROW: K. Pascoe, P. Meyer, B. Alden, J. Snyder, T. Stricker, V. Jennings. S. Clarke 146 Nlajorettes FRONT ROW: P. Haynes, J. Miller, S Garber, BACK ROW: B. Apfelstadt, L ff Williams, B. Grebbe, S. Whltsitt, 'v-1-sux Aqua Ange s W..-.....,..g Jw" ' .., . ,ef ,I I' D' 1 - .41 FRONT ROW: B. Bealer, Oldberg, J. Schrader. K. Fredericks, S. Adamson, A. Allred, H. Sachse. BACK ROW: C. 147 The University Crescent John Updike-Co-editor new ""'?!' ,.-ff'f"""""N a f 4 11 , V4 i John Freeman, Mickey Spears, John Rickenbaugh-Photographers ir, F 'f ffhin MM JM. ME Wayne Trevathan, columnist, Pat Fritz, reporter, Suzanne Lachen, Circulation Manager: Dave Longest, Sports Editor. 148 Ns MHS , ,Se S Dawn Wade-Campus Editor Jim Loving-Business Editor ,P- ii.-il -,.f' i 4 1' fi' Q O I h -Q.. 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CHAMBERS, TIMOTHY G. CHATTIN, JO ANN CHASE, BONNIE K. CHENG, TAN HOOI CHEANEY, DAVID IVI. CHEANEY, EDWARD J. CLARK, HUBERT A. CLARK, IVIARCIA A. ife college. COCHRAN, ROBERT M. COLLINS, LINDA K. .-. .v, .v. .u .,. .P .,. .,. COMBS, VICKIE C. COMN, JAMES CONDUITT, KATHRYN A. CONWAY, DONNA J. 4. .-. 4, .,. 7, .,. .,. CRAWFORD, CONLEY CRISWELL, BARBARA C. .v. .v. .v. .-. ,,. .U -,. .,. CURTS, CLARA M. DAENER, JACK, JR. DAILEY, SARAH J. DANES, STEWART DAVIDSON, WILLIAM H. DEAN, D. MICHAEL DEJONCKHEERE, DIANE E. DOANE, PATRICK K. -avfwi fw 1. if' gm , A I 4 if Ai! iz 'CNW-.r ix iv? Ia, 1 YS' as 4' . ,f ,M ww: sw, Q -an ,"""rv W Nfx fs X Q S fm , N. X f 'W N v aw X X fx E? X Q, Q Q' K Z X fywf LWQ, ' H X N s. 'fmf Lv- .bw-yi A' If X I, X M X f fX N x rf xx fx 'X ask -A fQ?T5'w"ff' XM' 'ff f' " ., A .L -ff. .ww -Z ', X 'yu . ,X , ' . X: A ., NC: NQN1 Q X xwlw. v . f I rg' Y X Y wa J , ,S Z ,Ag Q A X A f , ,, N X . X Af A f 1 N X X , VN 5 f . 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HATFIELD, RUTH RITCHIE .w. .v. .w. .U .9 .,. .,. .,. HAUSELIVIAN, REBECCA S. HAUSWALD, DARRYL E. .v. .v, .v, .-. .,. .,. .,. ..- HAYES, LAURA S. HAYS, CARL C. II HAZELWOOD, HUGH A. HEARN, KAREN O'NEIL .v. .-. .-. .'. .,. .,. .,. .,. HEIN, DALE G. HELIVIBOCK, THOMAS A. .-. .v, .v. .v .,. .,. .,, .,. HESSION, SUSAN S. HETRICK, LINDA Nl. We Have Faced Ivlountams 4 Y A Q X N 4-my 4 Q-Me-gvgas . iq My N 1 A . If. MX -. f. 'Ei '9IX.xj'f.p Ni A .. A I 5 f ig, w ' I S wQ.w X ,Q X X"5".'. I A . . M- I Q Q11-fwavp ,I Ld - . , K -mi ff W' " 4 --'Af Q ' L if T. gzfwi IX Ziff If f gm . : ff l W .flww .f 7 - S .Z , f' .4 NN .fx 'gs I I f ,:- f x ff H vf ,4 ,4 If ML,,...f' f Z' , S 4' I LM X ff , 5. if A Www Vs W , If 's I HETZEL, WILFORD HEURING, WESLEY E. HEWITT, THOMAS L. HILLENBRAND, JEAN HOGUE, PAMELA A. HOSTERIVIAN, MARK A. HOTZ, DONALD W. HOUGHLAND, JANICE S HOWERTER, LEANNE HUDSON, CYNTHIA A. HUEBSCHIVIAN, DAVID HUGHES, IVI. FRANKLIN HUKILL, DOROTHY F. HUNGATE, R. ALAN HUNT, BEVERLY S. HUNTER, DANIAL And If We Haven't Moved Them HUSTEDT, CHARLES D. INZERELLO, ANTHONY T. .v. .-. .v. .v- .,. .,. .,. .,. JACO, THOMAS B. JEFFORD, JANE E. JENKINS, JULIA REDMAN JODKA, ERIC C. JOHNSTON, DIXIE L. JONES, GORDON E. .v. J. .v. .v. .,. .,. .,. .,. JONES, JEANNIE S. JORDAN, ARTHUR .v. .v. J. .v. .,. .,. .,. -,e JORDAN, NANCY I. JOURDAN, GLEN P. .v. .v. .v. .-. .,. f.. .,. -,. KAISER, ELIZABETH A. KANOWSKY, WILLIAM G. .v. .u .v. J. .P .,. .,. .,. KAVANAUGH, MARIA B. KELLEY, M. SUSAN 4212 We Have At Least Made Some KELLEY, MICHAEL E. KELLY, DOLORES KERN, BRENDA J. KERN STEPHEN N. .v. J, .v, .v. .,. .,. qw .,. KIECHLE, FREDERICK L. KIMSEY, JIM R. T 1' K rg! I S-A T fT T V Q 4"""9b 1 '4 Xi ' Z" X, ..,, X 4 X SXZQQY 50 X T 1 yfff , X r Nw , . f . W A . Q mwsw' , , I i. ' -X 7' - I ww z, ' . "" l-,Z , 4 iv Y ., ,gy Q ff,, . - fy:- T ? , fa-,P lj W KINNEY, MARGARET J 44 KLEIMAN, BARBARA S. .v. .w. .v. J. .,. ,,. .,. ,,. KLEINHENN, JOYCE A. KLEINSCHMIDT, SUSA .v. .v. .v, .U .,. .,. .,. ..- KLEITZ, KARYLE E. KNOWLES, BRENDA E. KOCH, ROBERT D. KOCH, WILLIAM E. KOESTER, JEROME L. KORDES, JOHN W. N Noticeable Dents. G3 -0-,' .f"' uk' LO LESMAN, DONALD LEWIS, KENNETH J. LINENBACH, LEE LIVERS, MARGARET A. J. .v. .v. .v. .,. .P .,. .,. CHMUELLER, DONNA G. LOGE, JOE W. .v. .v. .-. .I- .,. .,. .,. ..- LOGE, KAREN DOERNER LOHN, GLENN C. 4. .v. .-. .v. .,. f,. .,. .,. LORD, RITA M. LUNDY, DAVID W. KRAFT, SHARON M. KUHLENSCHMIDT, JAMES A. LAMB, DONNA J. LASLY, JANET LAWRENCE, RITA D. LAYSON, ROBERT P. E f"44 vt- ,, Nw, lu- Iffi .nr W 'E Q W fl f' jx , ' 2 W1 Q 4, fm iff -B 'ffx ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, ,xx X W' E , 5, Mgflw These Doors Through These 'P -N--fa Ig .S 1 C :L , 4 ' 1. . X 3 5 Q. 1 ' 4-'iv K ..- ' A ,Q . 11 5 P' ,J 3 , "1-Q, hh o ' WX ff w i? Im f bg If . A ,4 ,Qi GT? 2 ,Q 1 l MECKFESSEL, MARY A. MaCMILLON, MARY C. MANNING, EVELYN K. MARTIN, BETTY J. MARTIN, RICHARD L. MATTHEWS, JACKIE W. MCCHESNEY, MARTHA C. MCDOWELL, IDA L. MCELDERRY, DONNA R. MCKINLEY, JANICE K. MCNEELY, PRENTICE R. MELTON, NONA WOODAL MENGON, JANE MEYER, KEITH MEYER, LYNDON D. MICHEL, ROBERT H. Years Have, Perhaps, MILES, MALCOLM I .U .v. .v. .1- .P .P .P .P MILLBRANTI-I, CYNTHIA J MILLER, UREY R .v. 4. .v. .v. .P .P .P .P MITCHELL, PHILLIP H MOI-IRMAN, GAIL E. .v, Lv. .v. .U .P .P .P .P MONTRASTELLE, MARILYN MOUTOUX, BARBARA A. .u. .v. .s, .v. .P .P .P .P MUELLER, CHERYLE S. MUSSELWHITE, DANIEL P. .-. .w. .v. .v. ,P .P .P .P NADLER, NANCY L. NELSON, KARIN A. NEWMAN, RONALD A. NIEMEIER, PAUL J. .v. .u J. .I. .P .P .P .P NIMNICI-IT, PATRICIA G. NORD, JERRY W. 41'-P 423 , 'QQ 'fri' if Q' fa Q. 'Nd' 'ilu--4 inn Accidentally Taught Us A NORDAN, CONSTANCE K. NORRIS, KAREN R. OBERNIER, DONALD R. OVERTON, JOHN W. .v. .v, .-. .-. .,. ,,. .,. f, OWENSBY, IVIARY A. PADDICK, SANDRA vm! "iZ"""fI9' in Z , , V if Am - , f,., V -iv L DHEA? f Qyiff, 5 ., I . f 'L 1L ' 1. My 1: , 126' "'g,,,,w . Qi, 4 . . I- N 5-A L , , , . . 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POWERS, DONNA K. . was 'T"'?' ,pl' i ll T Love And Looking At Things K .Y L L. ,.,,, ,,,. fSgSfwEWWCC 95 'QQXQ ,A S I .f QF? 4" x f 1 -gig .'-- Sf Q" 2 S 5 gf rf? X ., KN W, .N -.MJ . L I X A- I ,I gwmwf as Q .- I I,-Iam - 1 I , 2, I I 1 - G-4.,W,.. , I . o.., . . . ,..... : , I . I Q M, W f .a .. Q, . , 4 . ,H ww x..', ,,. .,,, i .lex If S VT? Si ' T' ff 'Q Ein? M ywso wwNNZg 1 uw .J 1.-J 5 QQ 9' -Z S.. I f f . "vf:fi-.LQ ' fi 7 ,K 1. f ' ,Q 5 .Zn Awe ,. f Y ..-.::.g3g .-- ,gf fx...-SIE' 1 www - ' f f? . QQ . if Jw T NW ..11 ' vo, 'f. .4 7 '5 5 5 Q . , " ff. 4.3 I f If qx :gli if ff X 1 Ny g 7 , 1" ' X95 V f S' 4 ,fi xi f QX f 4 if - 14 'gi f' f Q f gf W X X I 9 31 ' 'If " 1' r f TZ 'Elf 45 . ,,,' , f,f45 f fix Z fill MQIZW 5 7417 4 f f I WW f"Wgl62,fW ' f ' 'ff' , Yfifligf yy, I ' . I 'f 7' , ff " SUN I -' "" 7 2' , vc., Ava' 7 r , , I .1 g ff 'W . f fl ' . RICE, G. GARY RICHARDT, THOMAS E. RISEMAS, RICHARD L. ROBERTSON, JUDITH L. ROBINSON, EMMA L. ROBINSON, WALTER J. ROBLING, JIMMIE L. ROETTGER, ALVIN G. ROGGE, ROSE C. ROSS, BETSY C. RUEGER, THOMAS J. SANFORD, BARBARA A. SCHAPKER, ALAN A. SCHELOSKY, SUE A. SCHLUNDT, ROBERTA L SCHMIDT, JAMES E. And At Last We Find Ourselves SCHIVIIDT, NEIL SCHIVIITT, SHARON A. J. .v, .-. 4, .,. .,. ., ..- SCHWARTZ, LOIS J. SCOTT, CAROLYN .v. .-. .-. .v. .,. .,. .P .,. SEIFERT, WAYNE E. SENSIVIEIER, ARTHUR G. .v. J. 4. .I- .,. .,. .,. .,. SENSIVIEIER, IVIELVIN R. SENSIVIEIER, RONALD K. .U .v. .v. .u. .P 1, 1, .,. SHAFFER, LLOYD A. SHANNON, RICHARD N. SHAW, SUSAN L. SHEARER, B. H. SHEPHERD, KENNETH IVI. SHERRILL, MARCUS L. SHOENER, ARTHUR SHRODE, LAWRENCE W. ,?Q5.!'. S ,ii 41 1 W eye wil W Taking TI'1atOne Last Step ' vw T-'WL ,wwffj Q-' - .1 L25 'f K ST kiosk Q H. .A 'fa " T g in fa' f .. 7 Cv , Qp 6 SIVIALL, SUZANNE L. SIVIEAD, ANNE L. .u, .v. .-. L-. .,. .,. .,. .P SIVHTH, W. FOREST SIVIITHER, SHARON S. .v. .v. .v. .-. .,. .,. .,. ..- SONNTAG, W. K. 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' ' iiiiififf I Q 2 Axe 7 ' ', 5' Q I I I g ,J A -I 5 gf . ,.,. l .V .. Ig , , I uf: , I 9: 43 I , f. in W ,, xx , .- ' fm, ' .. WESTFALL, SUSAN J. WHEATON, PHYLLIS M. WHETSTONE, KATHERINE WHITSITT, TERESA J. WILGUS, DONALD A. WILKINSON, DANNY O. WILLIAMS, DORIS J. WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY A. WILLIAMS, SUE WILSON, SUSANNE WINTERHEIMER, N. DIANA WINTERHEIMER, NANCY D WOLF, STEVEN E. WOODALL, MARY E. WOOD, CAROL WOODS, JAMES L. With The Big Bright Sigh: EXIT. WOODWARD, LINDA K. WRIGHT, BARBARA S. WYRICK, DIANNE YAGGI, SARAH K. YOUNG, PEGGY L. YOUNG, REBECCA A. .v, .v, .v. .v. .,. .P .P .,. YUNKER, TERRY D. ZIIVIIVIER, MICHAEL B. .-. .w. J. .v. .,. f.. 1, .,. ZINN, WAYNE ZUBER, IVIARY K. ZWAYER, JUDITH IVI. ij, A. f-'Cf' A. Seniors ADAMS, DARRELL C., B.A.-Student Education Assoc., Lambda Chi Alpha, Varsity Basketball Team. ADAMS. GAIL WEIL, B.S.-Dean's List, Aqua Angels, Alpha Tau Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Crescents, Union Dance, Publicity. ALLDREDGE, TREVA A., B.A.-ACE, MSM, Icebreaker COurt. ALLEN, CYNTHIA C., B.A.-ACE, LinC Stalt. AMES, STEPHEN A., B.A.-Newman Club. ANDERSON, KAREN L., B.A.-Phi Mu, Pledge Class Pres., Asst. Pledge Director, Asst. Ritualist, Parliamentarian, Musical Mad- ness Co-ordinator, Union Finance and Entertainment. ARTHUR, CHARLES C.,B.S.-Dean's List,Accounting Club ASHLEY, PETRINE CHRISTEIN, BA,-ACE, SNEA, Young Republi- cans, SRL, It's Happening, Moore Hall Chaplain. ATWATER, TERRY V., B.S.-Varsity Basketball, IEEE, Kappa Alpha Psi, Pres., Treas. AUTRY, DARRYL D., BA.-Atlantic Monthly Writing Honorable Mention, LinC Sports Editor. AVERY, DENNIS T., B.S.-Young Demos,Hale Athletic Director. BARDES, DAVID T.,B.A.-SRL. BARR, RUTH A., B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 433. BARTHEL, WILLIAM J., B.S.-Accounting Club, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon, Vice-President. BAUMGARTNER, SCOTT H,, B.A.-Arnold Air Society, Lambda Chi Alpha, Outstanding Pledge, Soc. Chairman, President, Bachelor ofthe Year Candidate, Musical Madness MC. BINNIX, JULIE K.,B.A.-ACE. BLADES, CAROL D., B.A.-SAI, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List 493, Alpha Lambda Delta, Band, Choir, Women's Glee Club. BLESSING, PAMELA A., B.A.-Cap and Gown, Women's Council, President, Zeta Tau Alpha. President, Membership Chairman, Pan- hellenic Delegate, Historian, Musical Madness, Crescent. BONE, CHERYL L., B.S.-Young Demos, Secretary, President, IVCF, Gamma Delta, Union Personnel Committee. BORRE, EARL,JR., B.A.-Lambda Chi Alpha, Theater, Intramurals. BOYER, JANET R., B.A.-Angel Flight, Little Sisters of Minerva, Zeta Tau Alpha, President, Girl of the Year, SGA Treas., Who's Who, Student Senate, Union Social Comm. Chairman. BRAY, PHYLLIS J,, B.S.-ECANS, Varsity Band. BROWN, SHARON L., B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List 423, Phi Mu, Secretary, Union House Committee. BURGETTE, NITA D., BS.-Gamma Delta. CARIENS, KATHLEEN R., B.A.-Kappa Pi. CHAMBERS, TIMOTHY G., B.S.-Varsity Swim Team. CHENG, TAN HOOI, B.S.-Choir. COCHRAN, ROBERT M.,B.S.-IEEE. COLLINS, LINDA K., BS.-Gamma Delta, MSM, Intramurals. COMBS, VICKIE L., B.A.-Presidents'Forum, MSM, Zeta Tau Alpha, President, Asst. Treas., Delegate 1966 Convention, Musical Mad- ness, Panhellenic, Presidents' Roundtable. CONDUITT, KATHRYN A,, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Phi Mu, Most Active Pledge, Ace-ettes, Union Dance Committee. CONN, JAMES B., BS.-Kappa Mu Epsilon, IEEE, Lambda Chi. CRISWELL, BARBARA C., B.A.-Kappa Pi, Vice-Pres., MSM, Chi Ome- ga, Gamma Delta, Musical Madness, Intramurals, Crescent. DAVIDSON, WILLIAM H., B.A.-Tau Kappa Alpha, Kappa Chi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Trainer, Concert Band, Theatre, Debate. DEFREHN, BARBARA, B.S.-Angel Flight, Dean's List 433, Cap and Gown, Alpha Tau Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, President, Secy., AOPi of the month, Musical Madness, Intramurals, Campus Notable. DEJONCKHEERE, DIANE E., B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Angel Flight. Aqua Angels, Alpha Omicron Pi. Social Chairman, Little Sisters of Minerva, Miss AFROTC, Union Fine Arts Comm. DEZEMBER, SUZANNE L., B.S.-MSM,Zeta Tau Alpha. DOMINA, JAMES A., B.S.-Dean's List, Arnold Air Society, Blue Key, Newman Club, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Vice-Pres., Secy., IFC, Musical Madness, Varsity Football. ELDER, SUSAN E., B.A.-Pi Delta Epsilon, ACE, Little Sisters of Minerva, Treas., Basketball Queen Court, LinC. ELZER, SHERRILYN, BA.-Campus Notable, SAI, Cap and Gown, Dean's List, Alpha Lambda Delta. EUSTON, DONALD E., B.S.lLambda Chi Alpha, Musical Madness, LinC Organizations Editor, May Honors Day Comm, Chairman, EVANS, MARY L., BA.-Dean's List, ACE. EYLES, DOUGLAS G., B.S.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FAUST, NORMA BRAY, B.A.-Dean's List 433, ACE, SNEA, FERRIEL, PEGGY A., B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Aqua Angels, Gamma Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Asst. Social Chairman, Icebreaker Queen Court, Miss UE Semi-finalist, Musical Madness. FLECK, VIRLEE, B.A.-Newman Club, Young Demos. FOLAND, THEODORE B., B.A.-Who's Who, Lambda Chi Alpha, Varsity Swim Team, All-American. FOX, MICHAEL W., B.A.-Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra. GARDNER, JAMES K., B.A.-Bi-Sci, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, GARNER, JACQUELINE S., B.S.-Dean's List 443, Cap and Gown, Phi Mu, Soc. Chairman, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Director of Musical Madness, Best Director 419663, Varsity Cheerleader, Freshman Cheerleader, Miss EC Candidate. GILES, RONALD L., B.S.-KME, Treas., Sigma Pi Sigma, Pres., Blue Key, Pres., Dean's List 433, IEEE, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Mu Flame, Math Club, Treas., Homecoming Chairman. GOEBEL, MELONY G., B.A.-Angel Flight, Comptroller, Alpha Omicron Pi, Historian, Women's Council, Secy., Intramurals. GORE, BEVERLY J., B.A.-Dean's List, Phi Gamma Mu. GORE, JOSEPH K., B.A.-Arnold Air Society, Operations Ofticer, Dean's List, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Musical Madness. GOTTMAN, MARY D., B.A.-MENC, Band, Choir. GEORGESEN, JULIA WALTON, BS.-Dean's List 423, Alpa Tau Delta, ECANS, Alpha Omicron Pi, Panhellenic, Secy., May Day Comm. Chairman, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart, Miss UF. GOSNELL, JUDITH A., B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, KME, Dean's List 453, Math Club. GRAMAN, BARBARA J., B.A.-Newman Club, SNEA, Mental Health. GREBE, JUDY M. B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 443. GREEN, JOHN W.-Campus Notable, Arnold Air Society, Comp- troller, AFROTC Commander, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Treas., Dean's List. GRAPER, JUDITH L., B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List. GUEST, PATRICIA A., B.S.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Cap and Gown, Dean's List 473, Union Fine Arts Comm. HAAS, PHYLLIS, B.A.-Zeta Tau Alpha, Dean's List, ACE. HAASE, ALLYN E., B.S.-Engineering Club. HAINES, PHYLLIS E., BS.-Alpha Tau Delta, Union Entertainment Comm., Intramurals. HANSON, LINDA A., B.S.-Dean's List 443 Alpha Tau Delta, Gamma Delta. HARMON, ROBERT D., B.A.-Dean's List, Who's Who, Blue Key, Pi Delta Epsilon, WEVC, Program Director, Station Manager. HARPER, ROBERT T., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha, Treas., Vice-Pres., May Day, Bike Race Co-Chairman. HART, CAROL L., B.S.-Angel Flight, Supply Olticer, Musical Mad- ness, Union Entertainment, Homecoming Queen Candidate. HATFIELD, RUTH A., B.A.-Dean's List, SAI, Moore Hall Pres.. Young Republicans, MSM, Band, Orchestra, Choir. HAYES, LAURA S., B.A.-SAI, Choral Ayers, Choir. HAYS, CARL C. II, B.A.-Varsity Football Team. HAZELWOODM HUGH A., B.A.-SNEA. HEARN, KAREN O'NEIL, B.A,-Angel Flight, Operations Officer: Crescents, Soc. Chairman, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl. HEIN, DALE G,, B.A.-Dean's List. HESSION, SUSAN S., B.A.-Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's List, French Club, Gamma Delta, Student Senate, Brentano Pres., LinC. HEWITT, THOMAS L., B.S.-KME, Dean's List, IEEE. HOTZ, DONALD W., B.S.-Circle K, Pres., Vice-Pres., IEEE, Alpha Phi Omega, Engineering Club, Union House, Core Comm. HOUGLAND, JANICE S., B.S.-Dean's List 165, Alpha Tau Delta, Gamma Delta. HOWERTER, LEANNE, B.S.-Dean's List, Young Republicans, New- man Club, Aqua Angels, Zeta Tau Alpha, Pledge Class Pres., Theatre, Miss EC, 1965, Miss UE Contest Director. HUDSON, LEANNE, B.A.-SAI, MENC, Phi Mu, Musical Madness. HUEBSCHMANN, DAVID, B.S.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Theatre, WEVC. HUGHES, MILLER F. JR.,B.S.-Lambda ChiAIpha,lntramurals. HUNGATE, RICHARD A., B.S.-Newman Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Comptroller, IFC, Treas., Musical Madness, Intramurals. HUNT, BEVERLY S., B.S.-Angel Flight, Administrative Officer, Crescents, Pres., Theatre, Choir, Mil. Ball. HUNTER, DAVID W., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Young Republicans. JACO, THOMAS B., B.S.-Bi-Sci, French Club, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon, Musical Madness, Pep Club, Intramurals. JODKA, ERIC C., B.S.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Soc. Chairman, JEFFORD, JANE E., B.A.-Dean's List, SNEA, Choir, Choral-Ayres, Intramurals. JENKINS, JULIA REDMAN, B.A.-ACE, INCA. JENSEN, JULIA K., B.S.-MSM, Concert, Marching Band. JOHNSTON, DIXIE L., B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Secy. JONES, GORDON E., B.A.-Varsity Baseball Team. JORDAN, ARTHUR L., B.A.-Newman Club, Psych. Club, Kappa Alpha Psi, Pres., IFC, Track Team. JORDAN, NANCY I., B.A.-Dean's List 185, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cap and Gown, Phi Kappa Phi, ACE, Soph. Class Secy., Who's Who, Angel Flight, Information Officer, Student Senate. KANOWSKY, WILLIAM G., B.A.-Varsity Swim Team. KAVANAUGH, MARIE B., B.S.-Kappa Pi, Old Natl. Bank Merit. KERN, STEPHEN V., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List 135. KIECHLE, FREDERICK L., B.A.-Phi Kappa Phi, KME, Pres., ACS, Pres., Blue Key, Secy., Dean's List 195, Campus Notable. KLEIMAN, BARBARA S., B.S.-Dean's List 145. KLEINSCHMIDT, SUSAN J., B,S.-Debate Club, Theatre. KLEITA, KARYLE K., B.A.-Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's List, ACE. KINNEY, MARGARET J., B.S.-Kappa Pi, Theatre. KNOWLES, BRENDA E., B.S.-Dean's List 1105, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cap and Gown, Phi Kappa Phi, Campus Notable, SGA Treas., Phi Mu, Secy., Achievement Award, Little Sisters of Minerva. KOCH, ROBERT D., B.S.-Arnold Air Society, Tennis, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Musical Madness. KRAFT, SHARON M., B.A.-Young Republicans. LAMB, DONNA J., B.A.-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List. LASLEY, JANET M., B.S.-Dean's List 145 Union Entertainment. LAYSON, ROBERT P., B.S.-Engineering Club, IEEE, AFROTC. Circle K, Treas. LEINENBACH, LEE L., B.A.-Blue Key, Dean's List. LEWIS, KENNETH J., B.A.-Phi Mu Alpha, Vice-Pres., Pres., Orches- tra, Band, Choral-Ayres. LIVERS, MARGARET A., BA.-NCAS. Phi Mu, Soc. Chairman. LOCHMUELLER, DONNA-Kappa Pi, LOGE, JOE W., B.A.-Varsity Football Team, Baseball Team. LOGE, KAREN DOERNER, BS'-Dean's List 135, Alpha Lambda Delta, ACE, Alpha Omicron Pi, Junior Panhellenic. LOHN, GLENN C., B.S.-Dean's List 125, Engineering Club. LORD, RITA M., B.A.-Kappa Pi, Dean's List 125, Newman Club. MANNING, EVELYN K., B.A.-KME, Dean's List, Union Publicity. MARTIN, BETTY J., B.S.-Chi Omega, Cheerleader, Ace-ettes, Union Dance Comm., Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart Court. MCDOWELL, IDA L., B.S.-Dean's List, NCAS, Baptist Student U. MCELDERRY, DONNA R., B.A.-SAI, MENC, Crescents, Chi Omega, Musical Madness, Band, Choir, Orchestra McNEELY, PRENTICE R., B.A.-SAI, Dean's List, Newman Club. MECKFESSEL, MARY A., B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, TKE Sweetheart. MELTON, NONA WOODALL, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, ECANS. MENGON, MARY J., B.S.-Dean's List 125, SNEA, Alpha Omicron Pi, Musical Madness, Band, Theatre. MEYER, LYNDON D., B.S.-Dean's List 135, KME, Engineers Club. MICHEL, ROBERT H., B.S.-Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Chi, KME, Vice- Pres., Dean's List 195, Blue Key, Freshman Math Award. MILES, MALCOLM I., BS.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Intramurals. MOUTOUX, BARBARA, B.A.-Dean's List 125, SNEA, Newman Club. MUELLER, CHERYLE S., B.A.-Bigney Pres., Presidents' Round- table, Women's Council, Vice-Pres., Basketball Queen Court. MUSSELWHITE, DANIAL P., B.S.-SNEA, Intramurals. NADLER, NANCY L., B.A.-SAI, Band, Choir, Clarinet Choir. NELSON, KARIN A., B.A.-Alpha Tau Delta, Pledge Trainer, Deans List 125, Nursing Class President. NIEMEIER, PAUL J., B.S.-Pi Delta Epsilon, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Inter- national Relations, Pres., Student lndependent Party, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Presidents' Roundtable, LinC Sports Editor. NIMNICHT, PATRICIA G., B.S.-IVCF, SNEA, MSM, Band. NORD, JERRY W., B.S.-Phi Kappa Tau, Dean's List. NORDAN, CONSTANCE K., B.S.-ECANS, Alpha Tau Delta, Gamma Delta, Union Social Committee. NORRIS, KAREN R., B,A.-ACE, Alpha Omicron Pi, Publicity Chair- man, Cheerleader, Little Sisters of Minerva, Pres. OVERTON, JOHN W., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Young Demos, WEVC. OWENSBY, MARY A., B.A.-ACE, Baptist, Student Union, Secy. PADDICK, SANDRA J., B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta. PARKER, BETTY J., B.A.-IVCF, SNEA. PARKER, CAROLINE, B.S.-Dean's List, Aqua Angles, Alpha Tau Delta, Freshman Class Vice-Pres., Student Senate, Intramurals. PATTON, JEANETTE M., B.S.-Dean's List, WRA, Intramurals. PAULEN, RICHARD W., B.A.-Bi-Sci, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, SGA President, IFC, Musical Madness. PERIGO, LINDA S., B.S.-Theatre, Crescent. PERKINS, BARBARA J., B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 125. PETERSEN, ROBERT H., B.S.-Engineering Club, Pep Club, Band POLSTER, LAWRENCE R., BS.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, IFC. POWERS, DONNA K., B.A.-Pi Delta Epsilon, ACE, Dean's List 125, LinC Campus Editor and Senior Editor. PRIDE, GARY L., B.A.-Pi Delta Epsilon, Arnold Air Society, Crescent, Intramurals. RADNOR, JEFFREY A., B.A.-Young Republicans, Sigma Phi Ep- silon, Musical Madness, REEDER, KATHLEEN S.. B.A.-Phi Mu, Treas., Panhellenic. Musical Madness. Union Finance Comm., May Day Comm. REICH. HARRIET A., B.A.-Pi Gamma Mu, Cap and Gown, MSM, Dean's List 133. Mental Health. RENGERS, SHERRY, B.A.-ACE, SNEA, Gamma Delta. Intramurals. ROBINSON, EMMA L., B.A.-Dean's List 133, Alpha Lambda Delta, Baptist Student Union, ACE. ROETTGER, ALVIN G., B.A.-Arnold Air Society, Bi Sci, Young Republicans, Phi Kappa Tau. ROGGE, ROSE C., B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List 183. French Club, Newman Club. RICE, GARLAND G., B.S.-Tau Kappa Epsilon,WEVC. ROSS, BETSY C., B.A.-Angel Flight. French Club, Little Sisters of Minerva. Phi Mu, Soc, Chairman, Vice-Pres., May Day, Miss EC First Runner4Up, 1965, Homecoming Queen Court. RUEGER. THOMAS J.. B.A.-Choir, Choral Ayers, Band. SANFORD, BARBARA A., B.A.-Newman Club, ACE, Chi Omega. Soc. Chairman, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl Court, May Day Honor Attendant, Musical Madness, Union Dance Comm, SCHELOSKY, SUE A., B.A.-Little Sisters of Minerva, Alpha Omicron Pi, Theatre, Cheerleader, Miss Watermelon Bust, Ice- breaker Queen Court, Musical Madness, Intramurals. SCHLUNDT, ROBERTA L., B.A.-Dean's List 123, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cap and Gown, ACE, French Club, Alpha Omicron Pi, AOPI of the Month, May Honor Attendant, Miss United Fund. SCHMIDT, JAMES E., B.A.-Dean's List, Young Republicans, Circle K, Treas. SCHMIDT, NEIL A..B.S.-Young Democrats. SCHMITT, SHARON A.-KME, Vice-Pres., Dean's List 153, Bi-Sci, Phi Mu. C.B. Enlowe Memorial Scholarship, Intramurals. SCHWARTZ, LOIS, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, ECANS. SCOTT, CAROLYN, BS.-Dean's List 123, Aqua Angels, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Tau Delta. SEIFERT. WAYNE, B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, secy. SENSMEIER, ARTHUR G., B.A.-Dean's List 163, Phi Beta Chi, KME, Phi Kappa Phi, ACS. SHAFFER, LLOYD A., B.A.-Pi Delta Epsilon, Young Republicans, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Varsity Track, LinC, Crescent Sports Editor. SHANNON, RICHARD N., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Choir, Choral Ayers, Intramurals, Bike Races. SHAWHAN, STEPHEN M., B.S.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secy., SGA. SHOENER, ARTHUR L., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Musical Madness, Intramurals. SHRODE, LAWRENCE W., B.A.-Psi Chi, Vice-Pres. Dean's List. SMEAD, ANNE, B.A.-Psi Chi, Psychology Club. SMITH, FORREST H. JR., B.S.-Tau Kappa Epsilon. STEWART, JAMES D., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List, IVCF. STIEN, DAVID V., B.A.-Phi Mu Alpha, Track, Choir. STOTLER, CAROL A., BS.-Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Delta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Treas., Theatre, Musical Madness. SULLIVAN, ROBERTA D., B.A.-SAI. MENC, Choir, Varsity Band. SUMMERS, STEPHEN A., B.S.-Lambda Chi Alpha, AMS, Varsity Golf, Musical Madness, Engineering Club, Intramurals. TAYLOR, CAROL A., B.S.-Dean's List, Newman Club, WRA. TEBBALS, RICHARD A., B.A.-Dean's List 143. THRASHER, VIRGINIA, B.A.-Dean's List, SNEA. VOIGHT, REGINA A., B.S.-Angel Flight, Pep Club, Alpha Omicron Pi, Musical Madness, Jr. Class Secy., Student Senate, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl, Basketball Queen Court. VOLZ, KAYE, B.S.-Newman Club, Alpha Tau Delta. WALTERS, DONN L., B.A.-Blue Key, Kappa Chi, Dean's List, Young Republicans, International Relations, Debutation Team, Glee Club, Presidents' Roundtable, Intramurals. WATSON, RONALD D., B.A.-SNEA, Varsity Swim Team. WATT. JANET KNIGHT, B.A.-Dean's List 123, ACE. WERLE, MARCIA A., B.A.-Young Demos, SNEA, Gamma Delta, Phi Mu, Musical Madness, Intramurals. WESTFALL, SALLY J., B.A.-Dean's List 133, Kappa Pl. WESTFALL, SUSAN J., B.S.-Dean's List 153, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Chi, Sigma Pi Sigma, KME, IEEE. WERNE, JAMES A., B.A.-Dean's List, KME, Blue Key, Bachelor of the Year Candidate, Intramurals. WHEATON, PHYLLIS M., B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 143. Phi Mu, Musical Madness, Union Entertainment Comm. WHITSITT, TERESA J., B.A.-Psych. Club, Gamma Delta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Musical Madness, Intramurals. WHETSTONE, KATHERINE A., B.A.-Dean's List, Bi-Sci, SNEA, Zeta Tau Alpha, Musical Madness, Union Entertainment Comm. WILLIAMS, GAYLA F., B.S.-Dean's List 143, Alpha Tau Delta, Baptist Student Union, Women's Council. WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY A., B.A.-Newman Club, ACE, Intramurals, Chi Omega, Panhellenic Rush Counselor. WILLIAMS, SUE A., B.A.-SAI, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 193, MENC, Band, Choir, Orchestra. WILSON, SUSANNE, B.A.-Dean's List 163, Campus Notable, Angel Flight, Pledge Class Pres., Rush Chairman, Pi Delta Epsilon, Pledge Class Pres., Alpha Lambda Delta, Crescents, LinC Editor, Atlantic Monthly Honorable Mention. WINTERNHEIMER, DIANE, B.A.-Young Demos, Union Soc. Comm. WINTERNHEIMER, NANCY D., B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 173 Kappa Pi, Cap and Gown, SNEA, Phi Mu, Gamma Delta, Pres., Women's Council. WIRTZE, CAROL WOOD, B.S.-Dean's List 183, Phi Kappa Phi, Cap and Gown, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Tau Delta, Vice-Pres. WOODALL, MARY E., B.S.-Dean's List 123, Newman Club, Gamma Delta, Intramurals. WRIGHT, BARBARA S., B.A.-SAI, Vice-Pres., Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List 173, Phi Kappa Phi, French Club, Debate. WYRICK, DIANNE, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, ECANS. YOUNG, REBECCA A., B.S.-Dean's List, Aqua Angels, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Tau Delta, Jr. Panhellenic. ZIMMER, MICHAEL, B.A.-Phi Kappa Phi, Blue Key, Dean's List 173, Newman Club, Young Republicans, Sigma Phi Epsilon. ZUBER, MARY K., B.A.-SAI, Young Demos, MENC, Band, Choir. ZWAYER, JUDITH M., B.A.-SNEA, Moore Hall Vice-Pres. ORGANIZATIONS AND GREEKS ACapella Choir-144 Accounting Club-129 ACE-130 Administrative Board-132 Alpha Lambda Delta-133 Alpha Omicron Pi-98 Alpha Psi Omega-141 Alpha Tau Delta-140 Angel Flight-136 Apartment Officers-122 Aqua Angels-147 Baptist Student Union-142 Blue Key-125 Brentano Hall Officers-123 Cap and Gown-125 Cheerleaders, Freshman-146 Cheerleaders. Varsity-146 Chi Omega-100 Choral Ayers-144 Circle K-135 Crescent Staff-148 Debate Team-135 Engineering Club-128 French Club-131 Freshman Class Officers-121 Hale Hall Officers-123 Hughes Hall Officers-123 IEEE-138 Junior Class Officers-120 Kappa Alpha Psi-116 Kappa lvlu Epsilon-127 Kappa Pi-139 Lambda Chi Alpha-106 LinC Staff-149 Majorettes-147 Mechanical Engineers-128 Moore Hall Ofticers-122 NCAS-139 Newman Club-143 Panhellenic-137 Phi Beta Chi-134 Phi Kappa Tau-108 Phi lVlu-102 Phi Mu Alpha-145 Phi Kappa Phi-124 Pi Delta Epsilon-133 Pi Sigma Epsilon-129 Psi Chi-134 Psychology Club-131 Senior Class Officers-120 Sigma Alpha Epsilon-110 Sigma Alpha Iota-145 Sigma Phi Epsilon-112 Sigma Pi Sigma-127 SNEA-130 Sophomore Class Officers-121 Student Government Association 126 Student Senate-126 Tau Kappa Epsilon-114 Union Board-132 University Theater-141 Who's Who-124 Zeta Tau Alpha-104 General Index A Abbott, D,-98 Acker, P.-101,144 Adams, B.-130 Adams, D.-60 Adamson. S.-47 Alden, B4146 Allen, A,--129 Allen J.-64,12O,122,126 Allen S.-63 Allison, C.-51,53 Allred, A,-126,147 Allred, B,-51,132 Alston, N.-101 Althaus, S.-106 Anderson, KL.-103 Anderson, K.-132 Anderson, N.-121 Anderson, R-47 Anderson, S.-101 Andrews, K.-98 Ankrom, G.-67 Ansburg, J.-136 Arensman, A.-103,124 Ashley, J.-136 Ashley, lVl.-106,121,126 Askew, P.-104 Atwater, T.-116, 138 Atz, D.-133 Aufderhar, J.-106 Ault, K.-103 Auten, K.-139 B Backus, E.-101,133 Baggett, L.-112 Bailey, T.-111 Baldridge, B.-104 Baldwin, R-123132, 136 Barclay, R-106 Barnett, FZ.-142 Barrett, B.-112 Barrett, G.-129 Barter, R-133 Barthel, B.-111,129 Barthel, J.-111 Bassett, L.-108 Bastain, J.-137 Bateman, D.-66 Bates, S.-139 Baumgartner, S.-106, 124 Bayer, D.-141 Bealer, B.-147 Beanblossom, J.-144 Beauchamp, T.-104 Beck, B.-111 Beck, R-66,106 Becker, C.-101,144 Becker, S.-139 Bell, S.-50,106 Bellamy, B.-103 Bender, A.-51 Bennett, J.-122,142,144 Bennett, T.-111 Bentley, R.-127 Berger, W.-63,65,137 Bercaw. B.-108,129 Bernhardt, W.-129 Besing, G.-129 Best, lvl.-130 Beumer, A,-131 Biggs, J.-67 Binnix, J.-122,130 Bippus, R-131,144 Bissey, H,-145 Black, D.-52,101 Black, L.-52,101 Black, P,-130 Blackburn, R-127,137 Blackford, C.-106 Blades, D.-144 Bleichroth, T.-108 Blessing, P.-104,125, 132,137 Blessinger, B,i138 Block, P.-127,133 Blue, J.-101 Boaz, D.-103 Bobbitt, lVl.-144 Borre, S.-106 Boultinghouse, J.-130 Boyd. J.-136,146 Boyer, J.-104,120,126, 132,136 Boylls, D.-129 Boyte, L.-144,145 Brackett, B.-106 Bragg, T.-144 Brand, J.-104 Brandenberger, J.-101, 106 Brass, T.-144 Bray, P,-130 Brehob, P.-98 Bright, S.-142 Brinkmeyer, D.-106,120, 126 Britton, B.-139 Britton, K,-139,192 Britz, C.-66 Bronson, S.-104 Brooks, G.-141 Brooks, P.-131,133 Brown, G.-106 Brown, R.-106 Brown, S.-51,53,133 Bryan, G.-104 Bryan, S.-104 Bryant, G.-63,65,106 Bugher, J,-104,133 Bullock, B.-135 Bumgarner, J.-128 Burke, D.-106 Burke, R.-133 Burns, N.-98 Butler, J.-67 Butler, L.-17 C Cabbage, C.-130 Campbell, J.-51,53 Campbell, W.-106 Carey, B.-131,136 Cariens, K.-160 Carrington, lVl.-98,133, 137 Carter, Nl.-138 Carter, R.-52,66 Cartwright, C.-101 Casler, lVl.-138 Chambers, T.-63,65 Chase, R.-142 Chaudhari, S.-138 Cheaney, D.-138 Cheek, Nl.-142 Childs, P.-108 Church, Nl.-130 Clark, Linda-122, 142 Clark, lvl.-51,66 Clark, Shannon-104 Clark, S.-98,136 Clarke, S.-52,101,146 Clarke, T.-141 Clayton, G.-133 Clifford, G.-101 Coats, J.-103,133 Cole, J.-111 Cole, B.S.-103 Cole, S.-101 Coleman, R.-127 Collins, T.-112 Comer, D.-141 Conaway, R.-142 Conduitt, K.-103 Conway, D.-167 Cooper, R.-142,144 Cotton, N,-144,145 Coyle, G.-127 Crane, C.-98 Crawford, C.-129 Creekbaum, S.-112,121 Cress. S.-108,144 Criswell, B.-101 Croce, C.-139 Crocker, J.-144 Crocker, lVl,-145 Crosley, Nl.-133 Cunditf, F2.-138 Curlovic, D.-127 Curtis, R.-51 Cusack, P.-111 D Daener, J.-129 Dalton, S.-137 Dasse, G.-133 Daugherty, D.-144 Davis, RA.-111 Davis, J.L.-129,141 Dean, Nl.-66,112,124, 167 Dearmin, D,-144,145 DeBord, R.-142 Deer, J.-127,133 DeJonckheere, D.-98 DelVlaree, D.-144 Dennis, B.-133 DePriest, P.-13 DeVault, P.-63 DeVoss, J.-108 Dickinson, P.-104,121, 126 Dinwiddie, Nl.-67 Dissette, P.-101,124 Dixon, D.-110,136 Dixon, S.-139 Doerner, G.-98 Domina, G.-111,124 Donohue, L.-111 Downey, J.-103 Driggers, K.-108,125, 127,128 Drone, D.-131 Dubuque, B.-141 Dudley, J.-104 Dunbar, G.-129 Dunn, E.-112 Duvall, D.-67 Dye, G.-66,112 E Eads, J.-128 Eaton, K.-139 Eberhart, B.-131 Edgar, G.-98 Edmonds, D.-129 Edwards, J.-101 Edwards, lVl.-133 Edwardson, G.-44,46,47, 66 190 Ehringer, S.-122 Eifler, L.-142 Elder, S.-132 Ellison, J.-112 Elson, D.-106 Elson, N.-103 Elzer, S.-125,145 Embry, B.-66 Emge, D.-141 Ensinger, N.-139 Espenlaub, A.-134,141 Essig, S.-26,98,136,144 Ethridge, S.-124,133 148 Euston, D.-106,149 Eversaul, A.-138 F Fager, D.-108,125,131 Farmer, R.-138 Farrell, lvl.-131,134 Faust, F.-123 Feigel, A.-145 Feltner, D.-111 Fenneman, K.-124,144, 145 Ferriel, R.-98 Filson, D.-50,106 Finch, T.-133,142 Fisher, C.-104 Fisher, J.-122 Flaherty, lVl.-141 Foland, T.-63,65 Fornges, R.-106,108 Forrester, D.-108 Fox, N.-142,144 Freeman, Jerrell-106, 141 Freeman, John-148 Fredericks, J.-127,133 Fredericks, K.-133,147 French, J.-51,112 Fritz, P.-131 Fritz, S.-144 Fry, C.-98 G Gabriel, J,-106 Gall, S.-103 Garber, E.-101,147 Gardner, G.-111 Garner, J.-103,124,125, 146 Gates, T.-67,111 Gee, A.-142 Gelarden, E.-139 Gengelbach, C.-108 Georgesen, J.-124 Gerkin, C.-144,145 Gibbons, R.-63 Gilbert, P.-141 Giles, R.-103,125,127 Gilliam, L.-144,145 Glaess, Nl.-98,136 Glass, R.-124,141 Goebel, lvl.-98 Goebel, T.-136 Goedde, lvl.-98,129 Goody, A.-101,131 Gore, B.-131 Gore, J.-137 Gordon, H.-66 Gordon, lVl.-53 Gorsky, J.-122 Graman, B.-130 Grant, B.-130 Graul, G.-129 Graul, R.-51 Graves, M.-111 Grebe, B.-147 Green, E.-103 Green, J,-129 Green, S.-106,137 Greenfield, E.-101,121, 126 Gress, D.-142 Griffin, lVl.-139 Griffing, B.-98 Grim, G.-101,136 Grimme, J.-129 Guest, P.-124,125 Guffing, B.-131 Gulley, T.-104 Gumm, A.-136 Gumm, J.-22,101 Gunnell, G.-106 Guth, R.-60,123 Guthrie, D,-129 H Haas, P.-63,104 Haase, A.-129 Hadley, B.-112,125 Halbig, T.-67 Hallis, Nl.-67 Halsman, E.-141 Hammers, S.-112,127 Hancock, J.-144 Handziak, R,-108 Hanke, l..-111 Hardesty, G.-129 Hardin, D.-123 Harmon, B.-133 Harper, R.-106,129 Harris, A.-116 Harris, I,-144 Hart, C.-136 Hart, J.-131,134 Hatcher, Nl.-66 Hatfield, R.-106,144 Hatfield, C.-144 Hauselman, B.-51,123, 127 Haven, J.-112 Hawes, S.-51,53 Hahwee, C.-103 Haworth, S.-112 Hayes, F.-51 Hayford, S.-106 Haynes, P.-145,147 Heady, S.-135 Heath, A.-123 Hearn, B.-106 Hearn, K.-136 Helmbock, T.-106 Helton, Nl.-139 Henning, G.-106 Herrman, G.-135 Herron, S.-135,144,145 Herschman, M.-104 Hession, S.-129,133 Hetrick, L.-145 Hewitt, T.-128,138 Hicks, L,-133 Hires, R.-103,133 Hlsgen, G.-103 Hisgen, lvl.-103,132 Hodapp, A.-124,136 Holt, R.-63 Hoffman, G.-50 Hogue, P.-141 Holmes, L.-60,61 Hornes, S.-101,144 Horst, B.-139 Hosterman, M.-111,120 126 Hotz, D.-135 Howe, R.-108 Howerter, L.-104 Hudson, B.-127 Hudson, C.-103,122,144. 145 Huebschman, D.-111 Huey, M.-67,106 Hughes. J.-111 Hughes, F.-106 Humfeld, B.-98 Hungate, A.-112 Hunsicker, P.-144,145 Hunt, B.-136 Hunt. M.-98.136 Hunter, D.-129 Huppert, T.-144 Hurst, B.-144 Hustedt. C.-123 lngleheart, J.-104.144 Irvin, G.-144 J Jaco, T.-111,131 Jaques, D.-66,111 Jarboe, J.-50,106 Jeffers, L.-112 Jefford, J.-144 Jennings, V.-101,146 Jensen, H.-108,135 Jodka, E.-111 Johnson, P.-135 Johnson, R.-50,141,143 Johnson, V.-141 Johnston, J.-111 Jones, D.-135 Jones, Jerry-106 Jones, Jeanne-98,124, 125 Jones, K.-98,133 Jones, L.-102 Jordan, A.-116 Jordan, N.-124,125,136 Jorgenson, S.-112 K Kanowsky, W.-144 Katterhenry, P.-106 Kaufmann, R.-108,144 Kawamura, C.-121,128, 136 Keach, J.-145 Keith, W.-108,137 Keller, B.-104 Kelley, S.-98,125 Kellner, E.-137 Kern, S.-129 Kidd, H.-108,127,128 Kiechle, D.-127 Kiechle, F.-127,131 Kiesel, H.-108 Kilby, V.-131 Kincaid, B.-67 Kingston, R.-67 Kirkham, L.-104 Kirkman, N.-103 Kirtley, K.-122 Klein, C.-101 Kleinhenn, J.-98,133 Kline, M.-63 Klueh, S.-98 Knapp, D.-106 Knight, G.-137 Knight, J.-129 Knipe, W.-137 Knowles, B.-103.131, 132,133,125,126 Koch, B.-129 Koch, R.-106,139 Koester, J.-135 Kohlmeyer, M.-139 Kollker, D.-111 Kuczynski, l.-122 Kuebler, L.-104 Kuebler, S.-112 Kuklinsky, W.-106 Kuhn, C.-101 Kunkel, B.-129 Kurtz, M.-51 Kratz. C.-144,145 Krohne, P.-106 Kruse, J.-142,144 L Labhart, J,-103,136 Lachen, S.-131 Landis. B.-124 Lauer, D.-112 Laugher, J.-104 Lautnen, W.-128 Lawrence, R.-124,125 Leeds, F.-103 Leeper, K.-98 Leggett, S.-135 Legon, S.-101 Leverette, D.-112 Lewis, K.-142,144 Libbert, D.-122,139 Lidy, J.-67 Liggette, C.-63,65 Lilligan, J.-63 Linder, E.-108 Lindquist, J.-142 Lisman, D.-128 Livers, M.--103 Lodato, B.-63,64 Lodato, M.-63 Loge, R.-101 Logel, A.-103 Lohr, S.-139 Long, B.-103 Long, C.-133 Longest D.-112,133 Lovell, J.-67,106 Lucas, G.-66,111 Lundsgaard, K.-98 Lyles, C.-136 Lyles, L.-142,144 Lynch, T.-131 M MacClean, R.--142,144 MacDonald, I.-139 Madden, B.-112 Madriaga, M.-66 Maglinger, C.-130 Manning, E.-131 Martin, A.-101,141 Martin, P.-129 Matthews, A.-142 Matthews, B.-106 Matthews, J.-129 Mathias, M.-138 Mattingly, J.-59 McCane, D.-108 McCann, T.-111 McClean, B.-112 McCleary, C.-144 McClintock, J.-112 McConnell, P.-111 McCord, J.-144 McCutchan, J.-98 McDaniel, B.-130 McDonald, D.-137 McElderry, D.-101,144 Mclfadzean, D.-111,141 McGinnis, B.-66 McGinnis, S.-141 McG-lothlin, G.-144 McGrew, D.-51.53 McKinley, J.-108,137. 139,142 Mead, J.-35,142 Meddock, S.-98 Meiser, M.-101 Melton, B.-63,64 Messerlie, A.-106 Meyer, K.-106 Meyer, L.-128 Meyer, P.-147 Myers, D.-112 Michel, B,-125 Millbranth, C.-179 Miller, D.-104,131,142, 144 Miller, J.-147 Miller, R.-60,63,106 Miller, U.-135 Milto, T.-106 Minnette, D.-51 Mitcham, M.-144 Mitchell, G.-129 Mitchell, P.-128,138 Mitchell, R.-124 Mohrman, G.-98 Moll, G.-66,129 Montgomery, M.-104 Moon, J.-66,106,129 Moore, J.-142,144 Moore, K.-59,6O,66 Moore, M.-103 Morris, R.-139 Morris, S.-139 Moss, N.-127 Mueller, S.-112 Musselwhite, D.-129, 130 N Naberhuis, P.-122 Nadler, N.-145 Nail, J.-106 Neal, B.-103 Neal, D.-101 Nelson, K.-98 Newman, T.-104 Nicksie, B,-104,131 Niemeier, P.-129,149 Niehaus, T.-138 Niles, S.-112 Nigh, G.-101 Nixon, G.-138 Nord, J.-108 Norris, K.-98,126,132 Northcut, J.-101 Noyes, S.-101 Nutty, D.-111 0 Oldberg, C.-147 O'MaIley, P.-111 Oswald, C.-106 Overman, S.-141 Overton, J.-129 Owens, M.-51 Owensby, M.,-142 P Page, D.-67 Park, F.-129 Parr, A.-122,133 191 Pascoe, K,-103,146 Patton, J.-51,53 Paulen, J.-129 Paulen, R.-111,124,126 Pavichevich, D.-67 Pearce B.-111 Pearce, P.-101,127,136 Pearson, J.-130 Pelton, D.-106 Pennington, P.-120,122 126,144,145 Per, A.-66 Perry, G.-116 Petersen, R.-128 Peterson, R.-142 Pfisterer, D.-103 Phillips, D.-139 Piper, D.-104,131 Plaford, G.-131,135 Plank, M.-101,132 Poe, L.-66 Poindexter, S.-103 Polster, L.-111 Popp, C.-141 Porter, D.-103,133,139 149 Post, R.-106 Powers, D.-149 Pratt, H.-60,106 Prell, D.-101,124 Presley, M.-131 Price, J.-142 Prince, B.-98,12O,126, 132 Proctor, D.-106 Pullin, M.-106,124 Purcell, G.-144,145 Purcell, W.-108 R Rabbitt, M.-145 Raeburn, D.-106 Raibley, B.-135 Raibley, S.-106 Ramsden, D.-51 Ratlift, B.-133 Raymond, B.-103,131 Reasor, J.-98 Redett, C.-103 Reed, I.-127 Reed, S.-101,129 Reeder, K.-103,137 S Sachse, JR147 Sander, E.-106.150 Sander, J.-106 Sanders, D.-67,106 Sanford, 8,101,121,126 Santini, L.-137 Sauer, R.-108 Scammon, C,-141 Schaffstein, B.-66 Schauss, M.-139 Scheidler, J.-108 Schellhase, D.-67 Schelosky, S.-98,124 Schenk, JA138 Schlansker, G,-111 Schlundt, R,-98,124,125 Schmidt, G.-135 Schmidt, J.-130 Schmidt, K.-133,139 Schmidt, L.-141 Schmitt, S.-127,103 Schnapf, M.-104 Scott, C.-98 Schrader, J.-147 Schrader, J.-147 Schroer, L.-106,129 Schuler, D.-135 Schulte, G.-66 Schultze, M.-141 Schurz, G.-144 Schweiger, L.-133,144 Seifert, W.-129 Sensmeier, A.-134 Sensmeier, B.-134 Sensmeier, M.-134 Shaffer, L.-112,133 Shannon, R.-52,123,144 Sharpe, S.-101,132 Shearer, J.-47,63,64, 106 Shell, G.-108 Shelton, C.-51,53 Shinnaman, T.-141 Shoener, A.-51,129 Shoner, K.-103 Short, M.-50,106 Shrock, G.-108 Siau, J.-139 Siktberg, C.-103,144 Silverman, L.-130 Simmelink, C.-139 Simpson, B.-135,142 Reuber, S.-137 Rice, R.-98 Richards, N.-144 Richardson, R.-123 Richardt, T.-106 Rickenbaugh, S.-133 Rickrich, L.-129,139 Ritzel, S.-139 Robinson, G.-111 Roedel, T.-47,51,53 Roettger, A.-108 Rogge, R.-124 Roose, R.-120, 126 Rose, L.-112 Ross, B.-103,124,131 Ross, C.-133 Ross, R.-63,64,1OO Rubin, M.-103 Ruckman, C.-111 Rudnick, T.-106 Rueger, T.-142, 144 Russell, D.-142 Russell, J.-130, 139 Russell, S.-126,144, 145 Russell, T.--112,126,132 Rutigliano, N.-106 Singer, K.-133 Singleton, J.-103,131 Skeen, D.-104 Skinner, D.-112 Slack, G.-122,130 Slade, K.-104 Slade, S.-101,136 Slade, S.-101,136 Sluder, P.-133 Smead, A. 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