University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)
- Class of 1969
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Text from Pages 1 - 240 of the 1969 volume:
MIKE PULLIN, EDITOR
CAROL KISTNER, MANAGING EDITOR
PATTI BROOKS, COPY EDITOR
ROBERT BYLER, ADVISER
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Man's true beauty is a subtle one,
one that he himself may never fully realize
because he all too often thinks he finds beauty
where it isn't . . . at all, at all.
He searches for shades without color
and the formless shape
of the gesture that we men make, dryly.
He lives a life of superficiality, and looks
more counterfeit than real . . .a grand disguise.
So he ambles, rambles, runs through his life,
searching for some semblance of genuine beauty.
But what is it?
It is not the beauty of a Max Factor face,
or the beauty of a Brooks Brother's suit.
It is the beauty of his action.
It is the beauty of his mind.
It is the beauty of his love . ..
and of his soul.
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Student riots, black power, pot, war that's not war,
and contradicted talk of ABM's to insure peace,
liberty, and, of course, democracy. Nearly cliches,
brave new words have stalked into a brave new time
that dares be nothing else. It proclaims the death
of God and then of sex in a-passionate faces,
of Hugh Heffner love machines and Doris Day movies
lt no longer trembles at wind-shaking whispers,
but quakes as theater of cruelty screams
protests of oppressed. The logos have become
brave new war, brave new hatred, and
brave new uncertainty. Students,
with little patience left,
seek and cry for somewhere
some brave new love.
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People that live and move and play and . . .are
they know not what,
but people a world made more than "beauteous
by their being.
The UE people are people of interaction,
yet they like to be very much alone sometimes.
They are people of pride,
a pride sometimes Dantesque . . . but usually not.
They are people of inexhaustible energy,
but, at times, personifications of lethargy
and apathy. These people are concerned,
and this is perhaps unique in their generation.
They give a damn...
not only for themselves, but for things
that matter in their world.
They speak out, slumber, smile, and "chew the fat
They play their self-appointed parts
from mewling infant,
through the intermediate stages
which they now play
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But that's not all.
Standing at the doorway
of a new decade, he's asking
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The world of the living campus is people-
exciting people making exciting things happen.
lt's a busy world to match the one too wide
where there are too many things to do,
too many places to go,
too many people to meet,
and where a 24-hour day is obsolete.
What's worth all this?
Those precious moments when the child-become-man
catches one smile in a crowded room,
when he sees this snow-white, wonder-land world
is his . . . created for him
and his creation.
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In the darkness of a troubled age
the University stands
as one of the few bright lights.
Here is the hope
that a world plagued with darkness
may find enlightenment.
Yet even here the darkness persists.
The darkness of Communications failures
the darkness of a generation gap,
the darkness of academic imprisonment,
and the darkness that for many
means nothing more
than a darkness of skin
that is somehow inferior.
What is the role of the lights?
Obliterate the dark?
Or perhaps complement it?
a show of lights and shadows.
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No matter what he's heard, the freshman's
first week isn't for real until he lives it.
It's a big step, they said, and he discovers
at least it's many-especially
if he lives on a fourth floor. But-just once-
thank heaven for upperclassmen-the strong ones
who grin and bear his department store
into his half of a 12x15 room.
As perspiration drips and patience wanes,
he stands in line for three days.
lt won't be this way all the time he's here-
just half of it.
In three short days he's entered a new world,
a collage of individuals, and he is one.
He's changed. He'll not go home again.
The next four years are his-the best yet to come.
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Pictured below are Ice Breaker queen Candidates. FRONT ROW:
Helms Mason, Becky Harte, Karen Simpson, Rene Roberts
SECOND ROW: Mary Hart, janet Vandewaller, and Cindy Schenk.
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"For everything there is a season
and a time for every matter..." and fall
is no season or time for the UE student
to spend weekends in the dorm.
Fridays do come
and though for some its arrival means going home,
CUE a suitcase campus?l for others it means
lawn parties and, this year,
Li'l Abner parties at the Lambda Chi House,
luaus with SAE's,
go-go girls at the Sig Ep red door,
TKE's return of the playmate,
and Phi Kappa Tau's road rally
followed by beach party.
The ice breaker dance once again broke ice
for co-eds early on the lurch to catch a husband
but especially for Cindy Schenk
crowned queen of the annual event.
Was the cast built for Barb or she for it?
Obviously the latter as Lambda Chi's named
Barb Podorski Miss Water Melon Bust 1968.
Fall? . . . Fun? . . . Uh-huh!
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Born into a world which numbers work
the first of its seven deadly virtues,
the UE student sometimes escapes from its
"Heavy, heavy hangs over thy head" threat.
Denying his pawn, no-exit life,
he manages to find an hour,
or maybe two,
in his day
of 50-minute divisors
when he can loaf, goof off, play
or just do nothing.
It is in these rare moments-
less rare for some than for others-
that he becomes something,
activity number 47520
or meal ticket number 1793
or third row, second from the aisle.
He's becoming an individual learning the rules
of his life-game, accepting its checkmates,
and, best of all, laughing at its losses.
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FUR A WHILE.
While play may be the object of a given moment,
study is the purpose of our four-year experiment
in higher education. Here is the whole realm
of academic interests Cand lack of interestsi.
The basics-Comp 101, Psych 121, Bio 100-
are a boring snap for some. For others?
The Fates that snip strung wishes
for a college career. These are the courses
to be chewed, digested, or gulped down raw.
Once the groundwork is laid,
the super-structure of learning
can be constructed.
What happens at this stage can be as complex
or as elementary as the individual builder chooses
For the builder who wants the very finest
it means reading long hours into the night,
searching endlessly for one obscure reference,
and often ignoring housekeeping
for the sake of something that must be built:
a sturdy structure-"the house of intellect."
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The world of the UE campus is a different world
when seen from the eyes of the commuter.
lt's a daytime world for most,
one that doesn't exist for him
after his last class ofthe day.
He enters it for that nine o'clock
with maybe not another class till noon,
and he doesn't really havetime to leave it
to go home in between. The Union
and the library fast become a haven
for the times between the bells-
the cafeteria or the Indian for lunch
and talk with other "townies"
or a few stray "dormies"
and the library to pick up that book
he can't come back to get at night,
when this world for him has ended-
THE UE U I0
A world within a world within a...
the McCurdy Alumni Student Union stands
as classroom for Seminar in Living 101.
Here there are no dry voices
but the rich, melodious sound of harmony.
A charming place.
A meeting place.
A very good place,
directed by Mrs. Louise Land in straw hat...
programed by Nira Zuroske on phone...
It is here that nothing is ever quite the same,
and that's good!
lt is here that commuter meets resident,
independent meets Greek,
and that's good too!
It is here that the diversified elements
that characterize the urban campus
are given the chance to mingle
in an atmosphere most healthy.
And this is very, very good, quite good.
This is a place where every student can be a part
of a very perfect
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A billiards tournament
in the games room,
a bridge game in the patio,
a meeting of the board
in a committee room upstairs...
It's a busy, busy place,
the UE Union.
Staff and nine committee chairmen
work from fall's Campus Chatter
through the annual Christmas Party
to spring's Recognition Dinner,
providing a place for the UE student
to buy used books at the STA, to study
in a quiet place, to eat, or just to play.
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MM Emcees, Rick White and janet Blue KRIGHTJ introduced the
entertainment for the evening while the women of the University
Apartments CABOVEJ, winners of second place limited, provided
The Chi Omega Moon shot KLEFTJ fell short, but the men of Phi
Mu Alpha KBELOWD sailed through to victory in the mixed limited
category with a "time tunnel" Columbus.
Various groups demonstrated "A Funny Thing" really did happen
on the way to Musical Madness. ABOVE: Alpha Omicron Pi,
BELOW: Lambda Chi Alpha, RIGHT: scholarship award winner,
Larry Eiffler, receives prize. Becky Prince lnot pictured? received
the other scholarship.
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Weeks of work and worry,
lots of wonder and not a few wishes, and yet,
"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to . . ."
the twenty-second Musical Madness.
Before the biggest audience in MM's history,
AOPi's proved once again that teachers always win
while the men of Lambda Chi Alpha captured first
in their division with a fanciful rendition
of the draft. Chris Columbus made his comeback,
tumbling into '68 to the tune of the fastest harp
in the time tunnel as University Apartments' jack
fell out of a fairy tale and onto Bosse's stage.
Chi O's in out-of-this-world costumes
found craters on the moon? No: nonconformity.
And then? Anything goes!
This year the proceeds went to Becky Prince
and Larry Eiffler as 5300 scholarships.
Yes, it's music and it's mad.
lWho taught the judges how to add?J
And-despite Trevathan's call-
there really was another. . . after all.
The winter is cold
and the nights are long
Thank goodness for UB and the Zeta's!
and the Zeta Tau Alpha Mardi Gras
come as welcome interruptions
of the humdrum winter doldrums.
Union Board's Prexy Ball
honors all Campus presidents
as well as UE's own Wallace B. Graves.
A night to dress up, be presented,
and feel pretty important.
The Zeta's Mardi Gras is far more Casual
providing a chance to dress up
and act a little Crazier for a while.
All this fun!
And for charity too!
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A perfect campaign to end all campaigns-
this was the mutual goal of
All Campus and Action parties
as political wheels began to spin into
the all-important spring election of SGA officers.
Bargains and barters lnone dare call them bribesl
bounced off and sometimes were absorbed into
uncommitted but influential groups while
the campus metamorphosed overnight
into a living billboard.
Action Party ran Dennis Brinkmeyer and
jensen, Butler, Crocker, and Vote.
Could they lose with iridescent license plates
and bigger-than-life portraits? Yes.
Six years of experience
did make a difference for All Campus.
In a clean but narrow sweep,
we elected Barry Allred president
and backed him up with Steve Creekbaum,
Patti Pennington, lack Paulen, and Becky Prince
to head an on-the-move SGA.
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UE's answer to IU's "Little 500"
was a Spring Weekend sponsored by SGA
and packed with happenings:
"The Happenings" and "The Mitchel Trio"
who performed in a less than packed stadium.
Friday brought awards for everybody.
But, best of all, classes were cancelled.
Nine beautiful ladies-
fair and fresh as a day in May-vied for queen.
But students voted Chi O Barb Sanford fairest.
Snow and ice might have stopped
a strawberry breakfast, but rain didn't,
thanks to Harpers. Six co-eds worked long,
hard hours preparing for the Miss UE title
and the Michigan City pageant. judges selected
Phi Mu Bev Terhune for the crown as her sister,
loyce Sander, became Miss Congeniality.
It was the middle of an exciting weekend
that rolled into Saturday with one event left
and one question looming: the bike race
and could Lambda Chi make it six in a row?
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They couldn't do it. They just couldn't.
After an impressive, confidence-inspiring
string of five wins, Lambda Chi Alpha bowed
to a stronger team from Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Lost in the excitement were the other teams:
SAE's, TKE's, Hale, and Newman.
"Whose fault was it?"
"Didn't we work hard enough?"
"It had to happen sometime."
"But we've always won!
"There's always next year."
But not this year.
Sig Eps captured the Big T39 trophy
with a deserving and practiced team.
Chi O's backed TKE's
and won the cheering trophy, but
"Splash!" and Sig Ep sweetheart,
Chi O Becky Cooper CCoopl goes in,
while up go disappointed cries of defeat
mingled with ecstatic shouts
of long-awaited victory.
Religion-no isolated segment in UE campus life
began in September to tell it like it is.
University Christian Movement studyfaction groups
jumped into the "nitty-gritty"
to become a real undercurrent
in Campus issues and Community problems.
Dr. Tex Sample was resource leader
for Religion in Campus Life Week in November
that short but busy week and retreat
to Santa Claus Campground. During it,
UE's own Dr. Paul Schlueter told us how it is-
at least how it is with the literature
of Henry Miller-"Rebellious Puritan."
Dr. Perkins, Father Kress, and Ray Lynn,
Neu Chapel's triumvirate,
experimented with new forms of worship,
planned sometimes by students,
Neu opened its doors
not only for Thursday chapel, but for Sunday
and became the scene for sensitivity training
for the Controversial "orgy,"
and for Concerned people
seeking a quiet,
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The 1968 Homecoming Queen candidates
were, SEATED, left to right: Kathy Ziliak,
Nancy Allen, Ellen Price, and Donna Libbert.
STANDING: Nancy Elson, Donna Thorn,
Judy Ellison and Diane Neal.
This was a festival of competition.
Thirty feet of chicken wire...
Lots of crepe paper tbuy the store outl . ..
And boards Klan you hammer a nail?l . ..
There were weeks of designs and brainstorms
and stuffing parties.
Yet it was a long day's night
of UE students who hammered and stuffed
their lawn displays into the wee hours of Friday
Moore Hall "backed" Ellen tElliel Price
all the way to the crown
and the title of Homecoming Queen.
For this was a festival . ..
johnny Carson brought his shbw
with Doc Severinsen and Phyllis McGuire.
This was the competition.
This was the festival.
Homecoming is a festival of celebrities.
UE alums, students, and friends
flocked to Robert's Stadium for celebrities
They were greatto be sure.
Their big names sold the weekend.
But for some reason
the most important celebrity by far
is the one we pick ourselves:
UE's Bachelor of the Year
Sammy Small, from Hughes Hall
got his just rewards from Beverly Terhune
UE's reigning Miss
while a bevy of Basketball beauties
hopefully vied for the Queen's title:
and Billie Alden.
Phi Mu Winkler won the title
and the also-rans waited
for another time, another year,
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Images of excellence are often indistinct
and most usually rare,
but UE Theatre players
David Emge, Cheryl Scammon and Ron Glass,
directed by john David Lutz,
found most appropriate images
for the William Hanley play,
SLOW DANCE ON THE KILLING GROUND.
Here is a "new" world . . . a world of violence
Can we escape it?
Can we ignore it?
Hanley says not.
But must we succumb to it? . . . Yes.
There is no other answer
unless, amid the chaos of a brutal age,
we can hope for, search for,
and maybe find
a quiet, quiet. . . place.
Emge shines again
reflected in the hoarded gold ofthe masterpiece
And the brilliance-
ln humor bitter and sophisticated,
savory slapstick and fatuous farce,
Dr. Sam Smiley showed once more
that the classics are anything but dull.
It's the creative imagination
of a very spirited and talented troupe
that breathed the breath of now
into Harpagon's greedy world.
It's a world still seething with avarice,
a world still more obsessed with possessions
than with love.
Yet, what better way to meet such a world
than with an occasional smile
and a happy face?
It was "Shaw-business" for UE theatergoers
primed forthe wit and pricked by the satire
that is strictly G.B.S. Dr. Sam Smiley selected
ARMS AND THE MAN for UE's entry
into the American College Theatre Festival.
He directed his company-headed by Mike Pullin,
Janis Puckett, David Emgee, and Cheryl Scammon-
into the number one spot in state competition,
which meant a trip to Athens, Ohio, for regionals.
Pullin as Sergius, who "never apologized,"
had no need for apologies. The half-dozen Sergiuses
popped vibrantly in and out of him.
By a flutter of lashes,
vivacious, coquetish, precieux Raina tPuckettl
pulled the life-strings of Sergius
and her Chocolate Creme Soldier lEmgeel
and charmed an admiring audience into her world.
What a play! Was this a play!
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MARQUIS DE SADE
It was shocking, and that is understating,
it was theatre of cruelty,
it was rough and rigorous drama
that screamed violence of revolution,
of personal annihilation,
and of the cruelty of sheer existence.
THE PERSECUTION AND ASSASSINATION
OE IEAN-PAUL MARAT AS PEREORMED BY THE INMATES
OF THE ASYLUM OE CHARENTON
UNDER THE DIRECTION OE MARQUIS DE SADE
was all this and more.
It was deformed, fiendish images of mankind
as a mad animal. Or were they deformed?
Dr. Dudley Thomas directed the Peter Weiss play.
Mike Pullin was voted a second Sammy
in his role of Sade. Terry Clark played Marat.
MARATfSADE's purpose as drama?
Perhaps to make its viewers see
"the important thing is to pull yourself up
by your own hair, turn yourself inside out,
and see the whole world with fresh eyes" tMaratl.
It was an audience involved, seeing with fresh eyes,
immediately effected, later reflecting.
"What was it about? I don't know."
"Did I like it?"
"You don't like things like this."
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Screeching relatives and crooning Bobby Darin
wooed and wowed us all last spring, atleast
until May 7. What did they want?
These handsome women and well-dressed men?
Nothing but our wholehearted support for
their party's nomination for. . .
We sorta liked McCarthy-in CHOICE '68.
But he left the primaries with a heavy heart-
and a third place. For Nixon,
Indiana meant one more happy passel
of delegates for the Miami convention
while Humphrey cringed as the opposition
picked up more votes.
But for Robert Kennedy, Indiana
was a giant step into the wonderful world
of political arenas that glittered with promise
but ended for him with a bang...
and a whimperg
a world that nevertheless gained momentum
whirling into November's once-in-four-years day
when the nation was confronted
with a third party that left the other two
rocking in a scared boat.
Wallace made a good showing, but not good enough
We elected Richard M. Nixon,
the President with a promise for unity
and with four crucial years to unite.
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Some were well-known, some hardly recognized
and some disguised, but every proverb
in Musical Madness '69 spiced the show
with ginger and variety. Phi Tau's
took first in their division for an atypical skit-
"Happiness is a Warm Gun," while Phi Mu Alpha
walked off with a first by reviving
"This is Your Life." But the Moore Hall chicks
"cackled" themselves into the big one:
the Bob WerneBest All Around trophy.
How? By "refraining from calculating
their juvenile poultry 'ere the process
of incubation was completely
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Well, Steve Creekbaum's turned to SGA elections
and a successful campaign for him,
Mike Warner, Ellie Price,
Susie Hixon, and Richard Dick.
Other fancies turned to the Mil Ball
and Queen Debbie Winkler,
crowned at the Ramada dance
sponsored by Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight
Spring '69 at UE also saw the Lecture Series'
cigar-waving Art Buchwald
"witticize," satirize, and charm.
The end of the year also brought
the third almost-annual Gridiron starring
Crescent and Pi Delta Epsilon:
Profs were roasted and awarded,
and everyone took a quick look back
on a year that was good, could have been better,
but in any case, deserves at least a laugh.
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getting the most affirmative answers
spring quarter as Fridays many times meant
no class after ten or eleven.
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Greek Week began on a Friday
with a May Day celebration lacking only a Maypole
which no one seemed to miss.
Sparkling Molly Rubin became May Queen
early in an on-the-circle awards Ceremony
on a rare day, thoughtless of rain.
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and ended when "egg-tossing" became "egg-throwing"
in an every Chicken for himself free-for-all
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Summertree, summertree, summertree,
summertree, say it fast and it becomes
summertree, semmertree, cemetery...
SUMMERTREE, by Ron Cowan
and directed here by Dr. Douglas K. Hubbell,
kicked off the spring Fine Arts Festival.
Was it about the generation gap,
or a boy, Dave McFadzean, who went to war,
or his father, Curt Ball, who couldn't
understand his son's love for piano,
or his mother, Cheryl Scammon, who watched
her garden come up after her son was gone?
C-rasping the emotions of its audiences,
UE Theater posed the questions
in this their first production of the quarter
and in their second-Arthur Miller's classic
DEATH OF A SALESMAN. Dr. Dudley Thomas
took the lead as Willy Loman,
Pam Gilbert played his wife,
Keith Langsdale, Biff, and Smithy McGinnis, Happy
EEKE D '69
Royalty led the way into Spring Weekend '69
as Billie Sue Alden's beauty and gymnastics
won for her the Miss U. of E. title.
Friday's rain dampened tug-of-war ground
at the Audubon-scheduled picnic,
but spirits remained high and dry
lat least high? for the Pat Paulsen-Rosie Grier
concert at Roberts Stadium.
Rain, rain went away for Saturday morning's
strawberry breakfast and the afternoon's
mini-parade and bike race.
All good things must come to an...
Spring Weekend ended with Saturday night's dance
in Carson Center and the awarding of prizes
for the winners of a climactic afternoon.
WHEELS T0 AXA
"There's always next year . . ."
With a promise of "We shall return!"
ringing in their ears from last year,
the men of Lambda Chi Alpha made ready
forthe '69 comeback they had to have.
And with a more than up-for-it team, they got it.
The Goodyear Blimps, rookies of the year,
took second in a race that
was close nearly to the finish.
Phi Mu's cheered the Blimps to their second
and to a first for themselves as backers.
Excited . . .tense . . . nervous . ..
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For some it seemed a long time,
for others just a four year flash,
but for all it was an opening chapter
that had its last words written the night of
june 8,1969, in Roberts Municipal Stadium,
before proud eyes of parents and friends.
A long day that began with Baccalaureate...
the build-up to the moment of fingers touching
diplomas that mean more than ever before...
a long, hot night, waiting for an end...
Eager to see what's really outside,
but deep down afraid of what might be there,
the capped and gowned graduate
nears the threat and promise of a new world.
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Webster: a period of365 days
looked back anxiously over a '68 ball,
once fragile, now coal-diamond hard:
a ball exploded into other worlds
to a span.
The great eye watched
as the U.S. birth rate plunged to a record low,
Pope PauI's encyclical banned the pill,
and the nation's census topped 200,000,000,
and blinked as mini skirts minied two more inches.
Rolling into '69,
UE enrolled 5,000 students,
5,000 bodies and minds to be challenged
and then to challenge an atomized world
that has nonfictioned men on the moon.
'69 saw a man with a dream
that equalness could be real
tinstead of just a nice thing to talk aboutl
killed by a sniper's bullet:
Martin Luther King's capacity to endure
equaled the dream that lived.
Divided into 72 months
'69, waiting for Christmas or Godot or. . .
watched as surgeons' hands transplanted hearts,
as the four year switch put Nixon in D.C.,
and as Paris became the place for peace talks-
or at least a good place to argue
about shapes oftables-
while an ugly war machine in southeast Asia
ate men alive, and yet...
The time spent by the sun...
Students marched against war
and the draft and for more say-so in schools-
here for open housing and coed dorms.
And they wore "Biafra" buttons and "We Give a Damn
while "What do they want?"
was the feeble attempt to bridge
a generation gap that is no gap at all,
but a catch-all excuse for misunderstandings.
. . in its apparent passage. . .
'69 came, inheritor of the postulating people
possessing more questions than answers
but ready to harmonize the discord
or disrupt the status quo.
. . . from vernal equinox to vernal equinox.
"People, people who need people..."
We celebrate ourselves and sing ourselves
but will we dare
disturb the universe?
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Academics is a world, forming habits of mind
which last through life-habits qualified by
"freedom, equitableness, calmness,
moderation, and wisdom"xa la Newman.
But the university is today's biggest factory,
rolling off of its four-year assembly line
the "educated man" and the man
who slid through draft-free and the man
who didn't on the five-year plan.
It's run by administrators, faculty,
and students fwho ask why B+ must count as B J
-men whose place in it is justified
if once they are challenged or challenge.
THE ORLD UF
FACULTY ACADEM CS
The classroom is sometimes the confines
of kaleidoscopic ideas, exciting ideas
to revolutionize a world,
sometimes it is the stagnant pool
of apathy where attendance is up
only because attendance is taken.
Some teachers won't be forgotten ever,
some can't be remembered now, and some
ought to be forgotten forever.
But somehow despite the pressures
and facades of academic freedom that isn't
so free-sometimes-learning takes place.
And that is what it's all about.
VP for Development
Dr. Wallace B. Graves
President of the University
VP for Academic Affairs
Dean of College of Arts Mr. Gardner
VP for Financial Affairs
Dr. Wilsong VP for Student Affairs
Dr. Kraftg Dean of Men.
Mrs. Childersg Dean of Women.
Dr. Hartigg Dean of Evening College,
Mr. lonesg Registrar.
Art is the expression of man, and sometimes
the expression of the UE student is art.
Whether it's a Rembrandt etching,
a Calder mobile, or an Art 101 watercolor,
someone has tried to express a world
that is real to him.
"I don't know anything about art,
but I know what I like."
Art lives in a changing world:
what you hate today you'll love tomorrow.
Mr. Momineeg Mr. Pointsg Mr. Oagleyg Mr. Osborne, head of the A IMI' I X , ,,::s,, , gy
departmentg Mr. Wright.
FIRST ROW: Miss Boyd, Mr. Nolte, Mrs. Ruth, Mrs. Meckert, Miss
Ramey, Miss Herron, Mr. Knapp, Dr. Shepard: Head of Dept.,
SECOND ROW: Mr. Dove, Mr. Luther, Mr. Bennett, Mr. Self-
ridge, Mr. Kitto, Mr. Rapp, Mr. Lacey. M U S I C
Music from caveman drums and danee
to Gary Burton and Stan Getz communicates
in sounds right for everybody and who's to say
what is right? Mozart is beautiful,
but so is Duke Ellington. And what is beauty?
Whatever it is the UE student learns
to create it and to theorize about it
in theory classes that separate
mice from music men. Do re me la? ....
What if there were no beautiful sounds?
If Strauss' shirt had gone through the wash?
Where would the "Blue Danube" be?
Or would it be at all?
Oh well, do re me.
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"Mr. Chairman, honored guests,
ladies and gentlemen of the United States of
of the speech class, I uh . . . uh . . ."
Oral communication, elocution,
The best way to make yourself understood
is to speak correctly and distinctly.
It sounds easy. Antony did it.
"Friends, Americans, and...
you thirty snickering faces."
The UE drama student learns Aristotle
and Stanislavsky, and he practices blocking
and building sets and he dreams
about Broadway and hopes for the Guthrie.
But, first, he discovers how to use
every power in him to be someone else.
Then for two months, at least,
he willingly suspends disbelief
for six nights of escape.
SITTING: Dr. Smiley, Dean of School of Fine Arts, STANDING Dr
Thomas, Head of Dept., Miss Mlady, Mr. Hubbell.
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Another education class? Oh no!
More papers and studies and graphs
and theory, all theory. ls it really this way?
Don't they think I can do that?
How hard can it be to teach fourth grade?
Music, art, math, methods classes,
and how long does my skirt have to be?
At least I won't begin teaching
completely blind to the needs of my stu..
"Miss Baldwin, how did Groundhog's Day begs ?'
"How did . . .yes, well, uh..."
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Francis Huff, Mr. George Klinger, Dr. Virginia Grabill, Dr. Paul Grabill: head of the departmentp SEC
OND ROW: Mr. Herman McGregor, Dr. Paul Schlueter, Mr. Robert Byler.
More ways of expression. How many more exceptions l
do we have to learn before we get to the rules? All those books to read and terms to learn!
What if Faust hadn't made the deal?
Or Milton never lost Paradise?
What would happen to Lit. 223?
Thank God for articles,
and bless the soul of Mr. Roget
wherever he may be!
If I quote the whole paragraph, and use
wide margins, maybe the paper will be two pages.
What is a footnote, anyway?
Miss Beckerg Mrs. Gallantg Mr. Gallantg Cabovel Mr. Greer
I I I 0 Y A N Mr. Bauman, Dr. laebker, Head of Dept., Dr. David, Mr. Ensley
History-man's way of benefiting from the past?
Gr a lesson that all we learn from history is that we don't learn from history?
It is sometimes names, dates, and facts
that curtain the drama of an age,
the lives of people not unlike us.
We learn facts, but we wonder .... Is it true
that George Washington had wooden teeth? I
Or that the Virgin Queen wasn't?
Dr. Morlock, Head of Dept., Mr. Gooch, Mr. Harl.
Finally we're able to learn about man,
at least about how he lives
-and maybe why.
Soc. classes branch
from the classroom to the ghetto.
They talk to people and discover
why "we're better than they."
But "we" and "they" lose identities.
A little understanding
may be a dangerous thing,
but it does solve many problems.
What is ethnocentrism, anyway?
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How many declensions does Latin have?
Finally I can read some of those books
they said I'd never understand.
IWho said Rome didn't have its dirty old men?I
But what's wrong with good old English?
What was good enough for Lincoln and Dryden
is good enough for me. The catalogue
says two years for liberal arts people.
Could switch to education. Why couldn't Galileo,
DaVinci, and Copernicus have spoken English?
lCurse the Tower of Babelll
Russians may need to know four languages,
but why should I? Ie ne sais pas.
Make English universal?
I second that!
FIRST ROW: Mm. McCarty, Dr. Ellingson, Frau Werkingp SEC-
OND ROW: M. Ransbottom, Senor Talbertg Dr. Hatch, Head of
Dept., Dr. Werking.
Dr. Kress, Dr. Hempfling, Dr. Perkins, Head of Dept., Rev. Lynn,
Idealism, epistemology, realism, phenomenology
"isms" and "ologies" with different ideas
about truth. Plato made his stab at it,
so did Socrates. And after 2,000 years
we're still asking what it's all about,
what it means to "exist," what it means to "be."
A sentence written 4,000 years ago
is the only thing we know of one man.
Ten years from now will anyone remember me?
From paganism to Christianity man has believed
in some being higher than himself.
Religion classes study man's move from gods
to God. They find Him sometimes hidden
by doubt and suspicion. He's not dead.
But is He really hiding in Argentina?
ECO M CS
Behind everything in today's world
is the complex world of business.
Accounting, managing, marketing...
All these form the backbone of an economy
to help stabilize the country
while the dollar rises or falls.
Everything is a game now.
But soon it will be for real.
The lives of millions could be changed
by one signature. Even the Country Store
has to have someone who can take inventory
Someday the design for an office
will be important. Don't worry about typing:
the secretary can do it, or the machine.
No, credits and debits isn't a new card game.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Groomerg Mr. Iuliang Mr. Henrion Mr Latz
Mr. Mike Taylorg SECOND ROW: Mr. Marting Mrs Hartman
Mrs. Katterhenryp Dr. Arensman: Dean of School of Business Mr
Miles Taylorg Mr. Tsaig THIRD ROW: Mr. Howellg Mr Reeder
Mr. Lorentzg Mr. Faustg Mr. Bessp Dr. Stoneg Mr. Chow.
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24, 25, 26, 27, 28 . . .
I can't do any more.
Physical fitness is great for a P.E. major,
but the catalogue didn't list the prerequisite:
ability to do pushups.
Run around the track ten times?
Oh well, anything for a grade.
The worst part is the last ten minutes.
Hey! I feel like I could lift
a hundred pound weight.
Would you believe last quarter
I was a 97 pound weakling?
FIRST ROW: Miss Patton, Mrs. Voorhees, Miss Steiler, Mr. Voor-
hees, Mr. jeude, Mr. Hudson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Davies, Mr
Byers, Mr. McCutchan.
Mrs. Woodyp Mr. Brooksg Dr. lohnsong Dr. Mavesg Dr. Sampson:
Head of Dept.
I wonder why you said that.
Here, like down on this couch.
Now, what was your relationship with your mother?
Psychology helps us know ourselves,
or does it? It enables us to understand
others' inner thoughts and compulsions,
or does it? I pity the rat,
but it will help. . . perhaps at registration:
"watch the human run in circles."
One good thing about that class-
we do get a lot of interesting films.
Who'd have thought a plant
was doing all those things
instead of just sitting there
making fruits or vegetables?
Microbiology, genetics, anatomy...
These will show me what everything
is really made of andfor how it's made.
Life created in a test tube?
I'm glad I wasn't.
What? Cut open that frog?
Excuse me while I leave the room.
SITTING: Dr. Robertsong Mr. Taylorp Mr. Winternheimerg Dr.
Mueller. STANDING: Dr. Dunham: Head of Dept.g Dr. Banman.
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Dr. Weller: Head of Dept., Dr. Manning, Mr. Kroneman, Dr.
You mean salt is sodium and chloride?
Oh, yes, I knew that.
Labs are long
and usually last through dinner,
and lectures are dull,
but how exciting did you expect valences to be?
There are memorable moments: the time
you spilt acid on the new suit, and the time
Souse the Mouse got out. Then there's the week
you spent with purple fingers.
There must be some reason
for spending two hours on one equation,
but what does H 25 really have to do
with the price of rotten egg smells
and mushroom-shaped clouds?
They provide a place to take a test
and a place for a child to learn to read.
If you have a problem of any kind,
they try to help or find someone who can.
Sometimes it's hard to see any direction
in study, but they are quick to offer guides.
Should I change my major?
Should I be in school at all?
They have tests to aid decision-making
and to unwind entangled minds.
Mr. Wadeg Mrs. Hochstetlerg Mr. Brownlie, Mrs. Fisher
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I can make my own clothes.
Beautiful dress! But it's a size 18.
I'm a 14. Must have been the pattern.
Well, at least I can cook.
What? Why, a cake ofcourse!
lt just looks like a pancake.
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Interdepartmental, physical science
includes physics, chemistry, and math.
We travel from alpha centauri
to the earth's core.
We watch the diminishing of mysteries
and their rise as man learns more
about his perhaps expanding,
perhaps steady-state universe.
There are labs that are fun--and dangerous
for the careless or daring:
I wonder what would happen if I mixed . ..
Get the fire extinguisher!
Mr. Williamsg Mr. Schleter, Director of Physical
Scienceg Mr. Purdy.
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lt is no small leap from Lincoln Logs
to building bridges, machines, factories,
and all those other ingredients the go into
the larger building: the technocracy.
But the UE engineering student makes it
maybe in four years, maybe five
tif he goes co-opl.
Whether he's of the industrial,
mechanical, or electrical variety,
he acquires skills through endless hours
ata mechanical drawing board-skills to build
a world taken for granted by most.
But more, he has vision to erect and light
tall buildings with a single blueprint.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Baileyg Mrs. Patbergg Mr. Bueskingg SECOND
ROW: Mr. Knottg Mr. Meadowsg Dr. Coleman, Head of Dept.g Mr.
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What does that mean, anyway?
Two hours for one problem!
Does he think this is my only class?
The computer is fun to work-
when it's working
and that other guy isn't there.
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Sisters of mercy wearing a smile
instead of carrying Flo's lamp
must help a patient live and then
avoid self-satisfaction when they do.
A nurse's job is never done
for she's continually on the run
from obstetrics to geriatrics,
nursing care plan to clinical conference,
hospital to class, T-score to "my grade."
Be understanding. Talk. Be friendly.
But not too much and not too friendly.
Perhaps a bit more make-up would...
The greatest thing is to see birth,
the worst to see death, but she must help
even though the duty booties hurt
and the unies don't fit.
She's a UE student nurse,
and you can expect more from her.
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FIRST ROW: Mrs. Shrode, Mrs. Hausmann, Miss Brittingham, Mrs
Ashley, Mrs. Behnke, Mrs. Stephens, Miss Clark, SECOND ROW
Miss Pickett, Miss Miller, Mrs. Falls, Miss Davenport, Mrs. Griffin,
Mrs. Arensman, Miss Broyles, Mrs. Thee. Not pictured: Dr. Smith
Dean of School.
Lt. Col. Loemker, Commanding Officerg Capt. Coxg Capt. Nummi
Sgt. Peavey: Sgt. Whitakerg Sgt. Sloat.
Drill, drill, drill...
March until your legs feel dead
for don't feel at alll
and your backs hurt
from standing straighter than usual.
The first year the uniforms don't fitg
the caps don't either.
But ayear later . . . ah . ..
a salute from a cadet alters everything.
Third down and one to go...
No, not toward a goal post,
but toward an ever-beckoning
It stands ajar for one more year
While GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY-
that good job, gold band, or grad school-
lures the anxious senior forward
one more year.
It's the year to pull up the GPA
or take it easy for a while
in the nearly-ended world-
the world of the college senior.
THE E DI G WCDRLD
GF THE UE SE ICR
The class of '69 saw UE grow
from a "senior senior high" to a college
to a university to . . . no,
they won't be around to see it cluster.
A lot can happen in four years:
"Why, it seems like only yesterday...
we watched Neu Chapel rise stone by stone."
"And Hyde and Shanklin."
"And girls' hours were 10:30."
"Remember when . . .and when . . .'
Stories will grow with memories,
a lot has happened since yesterday.
Abbott, janet Kay
Adamson, Sa ra
Appler, Madonna Carol
Arensman, Ann Clare
Arthur, Preston Allen lr.
Baldwin, Roxanna jill
Barden, Nancy leanne
Barnett, Rita Louise
Barrett, Gregory Ray
Bastain, james Edwin ll
Bauer, Evalyn Hope
Beatty, Lawrence A.
Bellamy, Beth Elaine
Bercaw, William R.
Berger, Charles Lee
Besing, Gerald A.
'Me-' Beumel, Ann C.
There was the beautiful world
ofshining eager faces
and unexpected questions,
of innocent laughter
and the well-aimed paper wads.
There were lesson plans too
and discipline problems
and a little Devil
for every perfect Angel.
The quarter waned and with it
the supply of bulletin board ideas,
coming to an end were all the frustrations
and all the panicky moments,
but the rewards of a wonderful career
were just beginning:
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Blackburn, Richard Stanley
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Butcher, Sandra L.
Cheek, Marlene Ann
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ark, Linda Kay
Clayton, Glenda G.
Coe, jefferson W. lll
Cole, Susan A.
Colson, Rhea Dawn
Crocker Mary Ann
Cunningham Charles E
Cunningham Mary Lou
Delaney, Linda F.
Dudley, ludith Arline
En rietto William Nelson
Eichel, Ellen Sue
Eifler, Larry Lee
Ellis, Benna Kay
Four years of practice went before it,
four years of droopy eyes,
of tired fingers, and weak lips,
twelve quarters lat leastl
of rugged schedules went before
as the Fine Arts Building
became the home away from home
for the Music major-
exhausted but dedicated.
Then as that special day neared
butterflies flew into stomachs,
practice moved to perfection,
and quick prayers were hot-lined before
The Senior Recital.
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Forsythe, Cynthia K.
Forsythe, Susan Lee
Frazier, Kathleen S.
Fortenberry, loyce H.
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There was that special world
outside of books and majors
the world inhabited by two
and created in the special looks,
the crazy moments,
the shared dreams,
and the cherished memories.
It was filled with dances
and shows and parties Cand studying tool.
Its treasures were the kisses,
the hands held,
the seriousness of it all,
the talks, i
the future together,
the lives together,
the final year
of that wonderful crazy courtship:
the new beginning.
Freeman, lerrell Evans
Gander, Sandra lean
Gates, Thomas Owen
Gerkin, Carol A.
Gilliam, Linda Lou
Glaess, Marilyn M.
Goettel, Leslie Patricia
Graves, Michael Leon
Green, Steven Freemont
Greene, Ronald I.
Griese, Diane A.
Grimme, john Michael
Groves, Frances Lucille
Gulley, Tanya Marie
Hadley, Bill Allen
Hadley, Carol Lee
Hadley, Sara Rich
Hagstrom, Garry Lee
Hert, Alan Dean
Hines, lane B.
He knows better than the others
the seven ages, and he is them all,
acting his part upon the stage.
There were the lines to learn
when he should have been reading
Wordsworth or Tennyson or.. .
There were rehearsals-
some good, some . . .well, not so good-
and the make-up and costumes and scenery
and a place for everyone in the theater.
But there was that goof
that one laugh caught
and immortalized in a moment,
and the concentration
as he pulled himself into a world
all his own and shut out
the one outside.
There were four years of rehearsals
and now opening night:
the lights go up on his world stage
and he at last walks on
to play his part.
Hobgood, Grace Starling
Hodapp, Anne Lynn
Hodgen, Ellen Anne
Hoebbel, Alice K.
Hollars, Chet Kenny
Horstman, Kathy Lynn
Hughes Diane Dixon ,
Hughes john T "
Hughey Susan lane N lr it'
Hunt Mary Ann I
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jones, Karen Mullins W' '
jones, Patricia Kay
Kessans, Darla Kay
Kessens, Anna jean
Kiesel, Harvey K.
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Knipe, Wesley E
Koch, Bonnie jean
SERVI G GTHERS
There weren't always roses and rewards
in four years of pill-pushing
and shots and endless hours listening
to problems and complaints,
to hopes and to fears.
These were the four years
of bed pans, bed baths,
bedside manners and enemas.
But the student nurse's world
was more than this: it was the smile,
the glow of a face, the squeeze of a hand,
and, finally, the pin
and the glow from within
climaxing the last hard year of nursing.
Kraft, Beverly Courtney
Kraft, Karen A.
Kratz, Carol Ann
Land, Daniel Stuart
Kutlitch, Leo lr.
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"For seniors only,"
the catalogue said. Their course-
enticing, like a movie for adults only-
but it meant an exciting exchange of ideas
an experiment in learning.
It meant the broadening of horizons,
the probing into Coney Islands of minds,
the arguing that led from nowhere into somewhere,
the breaking through to something new
though "nothing is really new...
nothing. . . nothing. . . nothing. . ."
It meant questions and more questions,
and answers-a few-and frustrations
if as limitations ofthe mind
F E VVVIIPP I It meant rejections
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j 'lg and the bouncing off of opinions
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Critical Intellectual Issues.
Lautner, Willard E.
Legg, Marcia Ann
Libbert, Donna lean
Linder, Eric Charles
Linley, layne Foster
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Loge james Rondall
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Maglinger, Charlotte Ann
Maglinger, Gary LeWayne
Lyles, Cheryl Elaine
Lynch, Thomas W.
Macke, Kenneth W.
Mann, Mary Catherine
Marchant, David Douglas
Martin, Paul A.
Mather, Thomas L.
McDaniel, Beverly jean
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Matthews, William Laurent lr.
Michel, jennifer L
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Mitchell, Gary E.
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Moore, Irma lean
Moore, limmie Buchanan
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Newman, Cinda Louise
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Naberhuis, Steven Louis
Nalin, Mary Carole
The senior artist peers
through his palette to find
a four-year collage of paint
and the challenge of blank whiteness.
He has painted his four years
to his taste
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oils that no water can wash away.
He's had the joy of creation
as he molded forms
and squished clay
through his fingers,
as he threw his ideas
onto a potter's wheel
and saw them spun smooth,
the rough edges rounded.
He was the "because" of creativityg
his was the endless search for better
and more meaningful means of expression,
and his the desire to share it with others.
Neal, Beth T.
Pennington, Patrrcra Anne
Perigo, Linda L.
Peter, Martha A
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There was a time to relax,
a time to escape into the aroma
of coffee and cigarette butts
and the warmth of old and new friends.
In the permanent-temporary neglect of books,
the anticipation of the 'IO o'clock hour,
the endless talk of school,
the coke cups,
the feet on a dusty floor
tapping to the rhythm of a loud juke box,
the noses glued to books,
and the laughter,
the senior finds his "home away from home"
is a fourth year in the Indian.
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Pullin Thomas Michael
Purcell, Glenda Lee
Reed, Stephen N.
Reid, Chris Ann Hawhee
Robinson, Mary Martha
Roedel, Trena Kae
Russ, Michael Keith
Russell, Dennis K.
Sachse, Harriet Wade
Sanders, Stephen A
Santini, Leo H.
Schapker, Alan A.
Schitter, Patrick 1.
Roose, Richard Wayne
Schmidt, Eugene A.
Schuble, David Michael
Schultze, Marjorie D.
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Sensmeier, Marina Lucille
Shelton, Constance lean
Sheppard, Mary Beth
Siebe, Charles W.
Simpson, Karen Ann
Sivert, Carolyn Elaine
Small, Samuel Wesley
Snider, William Thomas
Songer, Gwendolyn W.
Spaar, Margaret Ellen
Starkey, Ralph R.
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Taylor, Melvin lr.
Thayer, Linda Diane
Thomas, Melenna lane
Thompson, Stephen L.
Stephens, Beth Ann
Stockdale, Karen Lee
Swain, Emily Gayle
Sweeny, Burley Rex
Thornton, janet Grinnell
After high school commencement
come the four short years of beginnings,
of beginning to find a world in books,
to like the taste of coffee,
to wander about with road-mapped eyes
and fact-crammed heads.
There was somewhere a beginning to learn
that papers get done-somehow,
t'hat lesson plans
and nursing care plans work-sometimes,
that it pays to take good notes-always,
and that mere accumulation of facts
can herald an end of thought.
There were the beginnings
and the ends
of speeches, observations,
reports, and finals.
And these things too passed away
into burnt ends of midnight oil
and the scattered ends of one beginning.
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It was a weekend to call their own
when a senior queen reigned over it all.
Awards were presented,
and if they got an award,
then four years of hard work
Cwhich could have been harderl
paid off. This is what it was all about?
And there was a day of no school
to be followed by
no school ...ever again
And there was the bike race
and the excitement of it all
and the picnic breakfast of strawberry
and sun, maybe... maybe rain.
"You know it always rains spring weekend."
"Maybe this will be different."
This one was different: the last spark
in the tallow-end of memories.
Ward, Mary Ann
Warren, Phyllis Lee
Watson, Layne Terry
Wellemeyer, Marcia S.
West, Sharon Dee
Williams, Sandra K.
Wilson, lack S.
Wilson, Linda Carol
Wolf, Michael Lee
Wood, Kenneth W.
Wimpelberg, Nancy Ruth
Winnebald, Carl H.
Wittenbraker, Carol Gray
X Woehler, Cynthia E.
Wuster, Carolyn Sue
Young, Paula lean
Young, Thomas Evans
It was that need
for parliamentary procedure
when the lords and ladies
ofthe club became disorderly.
It was the despairing hope of the president
when the group's apathy sounded in silence
- in every discussion, every argument.
And yet it was this world
that became enlivened by vigorous campaigns
and healthy group participation
put forth to straighten out
this apathetic world
of studying sloths.
THE CDRLD QE UE
Organization on this campus cures
campus catalepsy, and this cure
comes in the form of becoming involved
in some kind of campus activity,
be it religious or social,
honorary or physical.
At UE life is real,
it attacks the thinking
and the student that retaliates
in some kind of reasonable way,
at least in some kind of way,
is in the world of UE Organization.
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STUDE T SENATE
FRONT ROW: Patsy Grisham, Cheryl Walsh, Ruth Ann Rice,
Nancy West, Patty Pennington, Kathy Byrum, Sally Toman, lane
Ann Loy, SECOND ROW: Ardra Allred, Marsha Miller, Barry
Allred, Steve Creekbaurn, lim Bacus, Charley Hobgood, Fred
Arensman, Greg Barrett, Richard Newman, ludy Plymate, Roxie
Baldwin, Kathy Ziliak.
Steve Creekbaum, Barry Allred, Patty Pennington, lack Paulen.
FRONT ROW: Bonnie Knigga, Barbara Bohnertg SECOND ROW:
Mary Ann Crocker, Steve lester, lane Ann Loy.
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Childers, Dr. Wilson, Mr. Voorhees, SECOND
ROW: Steve Creekbaum, Barry Allred, Dr. Perkins, lack Paulen,
FRONT ROW: Clare Kawarnura, Becky Carter, Joyce Sanders,
Gloria Romain, Dee Atz, Nancy West. BACK ROW: Ian Thornton
Bob Rhodes, Brenda Brooks, jan Craig, Glenn Gunnell.
KNEELING: Carol Balcitis, Linda Boyte, Marie Childers, Debby
Pfisterer, jane Boultinghouse, SECOND ROW: Debby Skeen,
Clare Kawarnura, Cheryl Green, Barb Podorski, Brenda Brooks,
Ann Heath, Becky Knight.
SEATED: Patti Stippler and Nancy West, STANDING: Ruth Ann
Rice and Marcia Miller.
SEATED: Rita Barnett, Linda Schweiger, judy Smith, Anne Heath,
Roxie Baldwin, STANDING: john Butler, Ron Ayers, john Parsons,
Sharon Iohann, Carol Balcitus. Not pictured: Mike Warner, Sue
Muncie, Cathy Cohen, Bill Shipton.
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Eric Sander, Herb Jensen, Roxie Baldwin, Judy Plymate.
Sally Toman, Kathy Byrum, Pat Grisham, Mark Beaudway.
Ardra Allred, Richard Newman, jim Bacus. Not pictured: Richard
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good, Fred Arensman.
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KNEELINC: Patti Brooks, SEATED: Dr. Virginia Grabill, Mrs. Muel-
ler, Sandy Knipe, Ann Arensman, Beth Bellamy, Glenda Purcell.
FIRST ROW: Linda Schmitt, Marilyn Glaess, Becky Prince, Patty
Pennington, lan Thornton, Pat Vote, Marilyn Meiser, Carol Pauli.
SECOND ROW: Robert Howe, Eric Linder, Richard Blackburn,
Roger Beck, Garry Hagstrom, Eric Sander, Thomas Halbig.
Sandy Knipe, Dean Pager, Angelia Fiegel, Patti Brooks, Anne Ho-
dapp, Steve Naberhuis, Cheryl Lyles, Michael Pullin, Susan Brown,
Layne Watson, Ann Arensman, lack Paulen, Beth Bellamy, Bill
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SEATED: Bill Hadley, Dean Eager, Ron Graul, STANDING: Randy
Rosenblatt, Charles Berger, Tim Tucker, jim Bacus, Bob Howe,
Kerry Driggers, Barry Allred, Eric Sander.
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HO'S W O
FRONT ROW: Marilyn Meiser, Marty Plank, Donna Libbert, Clare
Kawamura, Beth Bellamy, Patti Brooks, Dee Atz, Patty Pennington,
SECOND ROW: Sandy Knipe, Suzy VanStone, Ann Arensman,
Beverly Kraft, THIRD ROW: lack Paulen, Barry Allred, Mike Pullin,
Richard Blackburn, Charles Siebe, Kerry Driggers, Dean Fager, Bob
PHI KAPPA PHI
FRONT ROW: Anne Hodapp, Patti Brooks, SECOND ROW: Suzy
VanStone, Ian Ashworth, Dr. Virginia Grabill, Beth Bellamy, Mar-
lene Cheek, THIRD ROW: Bill Hadley, Dean Fager, Dr. Brown,
Dr. Maves, Dr. Stone, Dr. Coleman, Dr. laebker, Dr. McKown,
Mr. Wade, Dr. Kinsey, Dr. Smiley.
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FRONT ROW: james Manning, ludy Fredrickson, Sue Brown, Mrs.
Lundquist, Dr. Kroneman, SECOND ROW: Steve Naberhuis, Dr.
Kinsey, Dr. Miles, Craig Wiley, Dr. Robertson, Dr. Dunham, Edward
Susat, Dr. Winterheimer.
FIRST ROW: Barbel Hacke, Marion Lachen, Suzanne Lachen, joan
Williams, SECOND ROW: Ignacio LaBarces, Sherry Barth, Carl
Moreno, Terry Gresco, THIRD ROW: juan Naurro, Hector Esteue,
Dennis Crofts, Etta Taylor, Margarette Griffith, Ron Goebel, Mary
Louise Olsen, Sue Myers, Dick Wire, john Lenn, Mr. Talbert.
FIRST ROW: Diana Somheil, Ann Beumel, Midge Schultze, Car-
lotte Woods, Gloria McNary, Carol Norton, SECOND ROW:
Marion Lachen, Nancy Allison, Ann Wiggers, Mr. William Ransbot-
tom, Suzanne Lachen, Tim Tucker, Beth Hunter, Sally Gormen,
THIRD ROW: Cindy Paxton, Linda Wilson, Becky Schlamersdorf,
jeff jarboe, Pat Childs, Bill jordon, Leah jones, Dennis Crofts, Rick
Kennard, Larry Schweizer, Barbara Wilder, Dennis Herrmann, Bob
Howe, Ardra Allred, Bill Schoettelkotte, Don Blume.
SEATED: Suzy Van Stone, Marcil Trissel, jackie Katz, Gary Plaford,
Shirley james, Susan Brown, FIRST ROW: Dennis Crofts, Carl
Baker, Michael Snyder, Dr. johnson, Daniel Henderson, Dr. Samp-
son, Ronnie Stevens, Charlene Utley, Donna Bergen, SECOND
ROW: Tom Lynch, jerry Hart.
SITTING: Patti Brooks, Charles Ruckman, Sandy Knipe, FIRST
ROW: Cathy Hinton, Glenda Clayton, Suzanne Lachen, Marion
Lachen, Carol Kistner, SECOND ROW: Rick Barter, Mike Heady,
Dave Longest, Mickey Spears, john Rickenbaugh.
FRONT ROW: Linda Clark, Ellen Eichel, Rita Barnett, Diane
Demaree, SECOND ROW: lean Stephenson, Beckie Morris, lim
Stroh, Carol Hadley, Karen Meier, THIRD ROW: Bob Koch, Dan
jackson, Larry Howard, Mike Snyder, Tom Williams.
FRONT ROW: Linda Clark, Glenn Shelter, Rita Barnett, Donna
Burke, Carol Hadley, Marlene Cheek, Angie Mathieu: SECOND
ROW: Larry Howard.
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FRONT ROW: lohn Agner, Pat Fritz, Suresh Sakaria, Sally Hajek,
Freda Burton, Rita Smith, Connie Alexander, Sandy Fondong,
Barney Ford, SECOND ROW.' jerry Danner, Skip Courter, Marsha
Miller, Pam Fox, jan Ander, Peggy Wilson, Mary Meadows, THIRD
ROW: Daw Fleming, Karen Meier, Shirley Goodman, Sandy Cook,
Carol Shoulders, jenny McGoweng FOURTH ROVV: Bob Kock,
Chet Hollars, lim Barnabee, Dave Michael, Richard Shouse,
Cherie Carnahan, Lynn Hoffiezer, Pam Oldham.
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FRONT ROW: Robert Alverson, Harold Bender, Gary Hermann,
Mr. Funk, Dr. William Hartsaw, Rebecca Simmons, Tom Wilson,
Maddie Studer, Kerry Driggers, William Richard, jim Bumgarner,
Earl Ayers, Dave Feltner, Ben Sensmeier, Lyndon Meyer, john
Stockinger, CENTER: Suresh Sakaria, BACK ROW: Gilbert Souer-
dyke, Larry Cox, Robert Schaffstein, Lester Morgan, Roger Hart,
Dale McKibben, Robert Huebschmann, Willard Lautner, William
Daugherty, john Cross.
5oclETY FRONT ROW: joe Craig, Larry Hancock, Tom Nienaberg SECOND
ROW: David Overton, Randy Rosenblatt, Alan Schapker, THIRD
ROW: Dr. Kinsey, Steve Naberhuis, David Tevault.
SIGMA PI SIGM
Craig Wiley, George Coyle, Thom Niehaus, Russell Bentley, Brian
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Russell Bentley, S. P. Chaudhuri, Randolph Ku
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FRONT ROW: Barbara Hornick, Midge Schultze, Suzy VanStoneg
SECOND ROW: Mr. Prager, Mr. Ciooch. -NM ,J
FRONT ROW: Steve Bayer, Keith Younker, john Siau, Steve
Haworthg SECOND ROW: Kathleen Britton, Bonnie Koch, Sharon
Bates, Cindy Simmelink, janet Coochg THIRD ROW: Mr. Momi-
nee, Paul Sluder, Howard Oagley, lim Wright. H RY
FRONT ROW: Wayne Kline, john Denu, Terry Traftong SECOND
ROW: Pam Naberhuis, Carolyn Gerlach, Ralph Bell, Mary Lasher,
Larry Schweizer, Randy DeVilIez, lane Hughey, Bob leffers.
FRONT ROW: Miss Mlady, Mary Ann Mattingly, SECOND ROW:
Bob jeffers, Ken Macke, Bill Kunkle, Tim Wilson.
OF SECRET RIES
SEATED: Lois Friedlund, Mrs. Hartman, Beckie Morris, Sharon
Weiss, STANDING: Sara Sue Koehler, Margaret Spaar, Ora Mad-
dix, Sondra Morris, Esther Kleaving, Cyndi Croce.
FRONT ROW: Diana Boylls, Sara Sue Roehler, Cyndi Croce, Lois
Friedlund, Clare Kawamurag SECOND ROW: Michael Spears, Don
Roberts, Don Crawford, George Moll, Steve Hayford, Paul Stoja-
kovich, lack Paulen, Greg Barrett, Vicki Reap THIRD ROW: Mike
Carter, Gary Mitchell, Richard Williams, Steven Ziner, Ronald
Faust, jack Wilson, Ora Maddix, Paul Martin, Ioe Davis,FOURTH
ROW: Michael Dewbar, Phil Preece, Wayne Bernhardt, james
Greenwell, Arthur Allen, Stephen Thompson, john Grimme, Keith
Smith, Doug Fisk, jim Wills, FIFTH ROW: Gerald Besing, Edward
FRONT ROW: Mr. Reeder, Michael Groomer, Paul Stojakovich
Mike Carter, joe Davis, SECOND ROW: Paul Martin, Ronald Mc
Adams, Gary Mitchell, Bill Bennett, Don Crawford, THIRD ROW
Allen Bess, Steven Ziner, Dan Alvey, Gene Schmidt, Arthur Allen
Robert Anstey, Gerald Besing.
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FRONT ROW: Michael Spears, Ronald McAdams, Ronald Ayres,
Scott Cates, Lois Friedlund, Ora Maddix, William Kunkle, Karen
Fennemon, john Heldermon.
FRONT ROW: Mike PuIIin, Dr. Thomas, Pam Gilbert, Suzan Davis,
TOP ROW: Bob Wagner, Dave McFadzean, Barry Dubuque, Curt
FRONT ROW: Bob Wagner, Cathy Tiernan, Curt Ball, Keith Langs-
daleg SECOND ROW: Linda Lavey, Linda Dyke, Suzan Davis, Pam
Gilbert, Carol Herbert, Georgia Gresham, Barry DuBuque, THIRD
ROW: Ron Sauer, Terry Huber, Dave MCFadzean, Barbara Barrett,
Libby Small, Arleen Martin, Mike Pullin, Ian Puckett.
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Grisham, Glenna Purcell, Carol Gerkin, Paula Hunsicker, Patty
Pennington, jean Stevenson, Sue Gasgoine, Angela Feigel, Debbie
Dearmin, Libby Small, SECOND ROW: Cheryl Walsh, Kathie Fenne-
man, Chris Siktberg, Carolyn House, Nancy Nourse, Debbie Herron,
Gail McGIothIin, Kay Shoener, Sue Horne, Sandy Day, Connie
Crane, Paula Acker, Ian Thornton, Bonnie Hollawayg THIRD ROW:
Bill Nimnicht, Ira Harris, jackie Clark, Dave Curtiss, Ray Young,
Larry Lyles, Bob Irvine, lim Stroh, Roger Cooper, Steve Cain, Gary
Schurz, Steve Bright, Fred Bauman, David Feagans, FOURTH ROW:
Ioe Crocker, Mark Lively, Gary Irvin, Michael McLaughlin, Dave
Stevens, Ron Sauer, Ron Kauffmann, Craig McCleary, Greg Saun-
ders, Iohn Bennet, Gary Wagner, Ted Huppert, jim McCord.
FRONT ROW.' Vicki Vickrey, Debbie Dearmin SECOND ROW
Linda Gilliam, Beth Crawford, Glenda Purcell Cheryl Walsh Patty
Pennington, Carol Gerkin, Linda Thomson Prudy Stallings THIRD
ROW: Michael McLaughlin, Craig McCleary Bill Nimnicht jeffrey
Lindquist, Larry Lyles, Bob Irvine lim Moore jim McCord Gary
Wagner, Stephen Bright.
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KNEELINC: David Pace, Mike Douglas, Ben Tuley, FIRST ROW:
Bob Irvine, Dennis Russell, jeff Price, jeff Lindquist, Stephen
Bright, Danny C.ress, Wayne Everbach, SECOND ROW.' Vernon
Stover, Roger Cooper, Cary Schurz, Allen Gee, Ed Gorman, Larry
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Larry Eifler, Randy DeBord, Rick Goodin, Ciary Miles, jim Moore,
Mike Oskins, Gary Irvin, Steve Langford, john Bennett, Bob Chase.
FIRST ROW Susan Gascoigne Linda Wlyer Cheryl Gross Doris
McFadin Nancy Buck Tress Wilson Cheryl Bertke SECOND
ROW Kay Shoener Pat Phillips Pat Pennington Hope Bissey
Pam Haynes Vicki Vickrey Glenda Purcell Theresa Wichrnan
THIRD ROW jane Bennett Nancy Schmeltekop lan Thornton
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Schumann, Liz Rohrer, Beckie Creech, Debbie Hirschman, Linda
Huntemang THIRD ROW: Happy Sachse, Debbie Dawson, jamie
Wesner, jan Millay, Beckie Gwyn, Leah jones, Ginny Slack, jenny
Gwyn, Bonnie Bealer.
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Margaret Fletcher, SECOND ROW: Ian Kessner, Pam Pierce, Iudy
Hamilton, Sally Eaton, Kathy Gilles, loyce Sander and Kathy Wake,
THIRD ROW: Emma Greenfield, Kathy Brammer, Gail Campbell,
Sue Muncy, Barb Podorski, Lesley Lilly, Barb Erickson, Darlene
Witte, Bobby Baskett.
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ROW: Carla Humphrey, Emily Backus, Sandy Klueh, Karen An-
drews, Pam Gardner, THIRD ROW: Susie Essig, Susan Vinton, Suz-
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GIRLS OE THE
FRONT ROW.' Cathy Samuel, Dianne Black, Ieanne Wilson, lanie
Shepherd, SECOND ROW: Linda Black, Donna Strange, Allison
Gumm, Suzi Clarke, Doris Stevens, Marty Carrington, Pat Waller,
THIRD ROW: Becky Prince, Sally Toman, Clare Kawamura, Diane
Neal, Connie Crane, lane Brand, Gloria Romain, Mary Ann Hunt,
FRONT ROW: Midge Schultze, Arlene Simpson, Nancy Glen, Cindy
Nelson, Holly Hemmingsen, Sandra Gander, SECOND ROW: lim
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SEATED: Ellie Price, leanne McCutchan, Priscilla Dickinson, Debbie
Fisher, Marcia Wellemeyer, Pam Pearce, Anne Hodapp, Roxie Bald-
win, Susie Essig, Allison Gumm, Pam Naberhius, Dee Atz, STAND-
ING.: Marilyn Glaess, Linda Duckworth, Kathy Ziliak, lane Snyder,
Clare Kawamura, lan Northcut, Pat Vote, loy Ashley, lan Paschal,
Nancy Elson, Terry Goebel, Emily Garber, Pam Gardner, Debbie
Winkler, Kay Mitchell, Mary Ann Hunt.
FRONT ROW: Steven Dalton, Larry Baggett, Steven Green, Wil-
liam Berger, Bruce Siebers, Richard Blackburn, SECOND ROW.'
Keith Winternheimer, Richard Williams, Wesley Knipe, Billy
Shields, Edward Kellner.
SEATED: Cynthia lourdan, Kathy Kirtley, Sylvia lourdan, STAND-
ING: lean Stephenson, ludy Wellmeyer.
FRONT ROW: Dr. Moon, Cathy Hinton, Beverly McDaniel, Angie
Mathieu, Marlene Cheek, Keith Younkerg SECOND ROW: Debbie
Kempf, Linda Willits, Diana Drake, Linda Perigo, Charlotte Wright,
Judy Campbell, THIRD ROW: Nancy Moss, Rebecca Miller, Kathy
Rinehart, Carol Hall.
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Alpha, Beta, 212 chapters in the United States...
and Canada, Gamma, the Ciaylords, a local club,
Delta, March 4,1852 at Wesleyan College, Epsilon,
Zeta, Eta, Theta fOh noll, Iota, newest on campus,
Kappa, Cross and the Crescent, Lambda, Mu,
the bright red door of brotherhood, Nu, Xi,
Omicron, formerly known as the Castalian Society
Pi, the flower is the white violet, Rho, Sigma,
the Little Sisters of Minerva, Tau,
Chi, Cardinal and Straw, Psi
Omega, may I begin,
THE CDRLD QF THE
The UE Greek traces his ancestry
through decades of American college history
to the College of William and Mary, 1776,
and through centuries of Medieval heraldry
to the ideals of perfection and excellence
ofthe real Greeks.
He stands for high but often lost ideals
of brotherfsisterhood and personal conduct.
He wears a glittering pin and saccharine smile.
He measures out his life
in the old golden goblet
that brims over with that peculiar elixir
that makes him gr-r-reat!
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Pan-hellenic rush is a game.
There are four different teams,
and the object of the game
is to win as many players as possible.
The AOPi's try to wow 'em with a luau . ..
Nanny Chioppins "does her thing" for Chi O's . ..
The Phi Mu's western theme party never fails
to lasso a few . ..
And Zeta Heaven beckons all rushees to pledge.
The rules are ruthless
and the competition more than keen.
This is a game of faces and poses.
But beneath it all is a unique love
for Greek sisterhood-
a sisterhood that means more than anything else,
particularly during this game.
For this game determines the very future
ofthe sisterhood . . .the sorority.
This is indeed a unique game.
No one ever really loses?
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SEATED: Gary Hagstrom, Greg Barrett, jerry jones, STANDING: Tony Mlltoef Dave Madd0n,Tim TUCl49f,llm R9ldf0fd,Wllll9 W35l1
Alexander Harris, lohn Brandenburger, Bob Merchant, Mike ington.
Rogers, Gordon Amini, Mike Gilles, Rich Steedman, lim Bacus,
Monday, six p.m., at the Union
means lnterfraternity Council
for the two representatives
from each fraternity and the 5 officers,
headed this year by Gregg Barrett.
joining with Panhellenic, IFC sponsored
Greek Weekend and gave the annual
james E. Morlock Community Service Award
and the IFC Scholarship Award
to the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Advised by Dr. Kraft,
the council is responsible
for men's rush and pledging and assures
that objectives and activities
of fraternities are in accord
with the aims and practices of UE.
SEATED: Marcia Wellemeyer, Diane Neal, Dean Childers, Ann Newman, Ann Barnett, Brenda Bf0Ol4S, Teena Luhrsen, Ffanni'
Arensman, Priscilla Dickinson, STANDING: Emily Backus, Teana l-99d5-
Wednesday, four p.m., means Panhellenic meeting
for the representative from each sorority
and Panhellenic president.
They serve as rush counselors, and this year
they joined IFC to sponsor Greek Weekend.
Offering awards to the sorority
with highest scholarship and to the one
showing most scholastic improvement,
they prove their position
on good scholarship.
They also stand for guarding good health,
for maintenance of fine standards,
and for serving to the best of their ability.
Their ideal: cooperation for futhering
fraternity life in harmony
with its best possibilities.
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loving sisters are we, loyal forever,
Alpha to thee." An AOPi lives her song,
and UE benefits from her sisterhood and talent:
Icebreaker Queen, best director of MM, and
three sisters on SGA mean a lot, but to a sister
visible rewards rank a far second behind
friendships and memories.
FIRST ROW: M. Wellemeyer, M. Carrington, B. Creech, E. Scherer,
R. Rice, S. Roland, L. Shepard, l. Shepard, SECOND ROW: L. Witt
I. McCuIchen, K. Lundsgaard, K. Andrews, S. Essig, 1. Reasor, C
Fry, B. Brooks, G. Edgar, M. Glaess, S. Hewitt, M. Hunt, K. Leeper
1. Wilson, ON STEPS: P. Brehob, C. Coleman, S. Gorman, I. Park
B. Humfelt, 1. Hayden, L. Wahlman, B. Ciriffing, I. Plymate, C
Schenk, T. Luhrsen, 1. Stewart, D. Kegal, S. Klueh, M. Meadows, L
Bohlen, C. Walsh, P. Studeville, P. Wilson, C. McConnell, K
jones, 1. Carlyle, S. Meddock, L, Rowland, G. Painter, P. Lindsey.
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She aims at excellence in hellenic,
cultural, and Christian pursuits,
for goals color the fabric of a Chi O.
Her successes include May Day Queen
first place Homecoming Display,
and two fraternity sweethearts.
Her annual projects include
Thanksgiving and Christmas Kindness to the ghetto
and Orphan picnic, and favorite professor.
To a Chi O, success is relative.
The real perfection is in the striving.
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McMasters V Rideout G Saari M Mason S Toman SECOND
ROW: M. Meiser, L. Life, S. Gorman, I. Snyder, S. Clarke, K. Mit
chell, S. Ligong THIRD ROW.' P. Gardner, G. Nigh, 1. Brinkley, B
Wilder, B. Gooch, E. Greenfield, 1. Gumm, V. Snyder, D. Neal, D.
Fisher, E. Garber, C. Willett, K. Byrum.
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Anthony Hargrove, Alexander Harris, Willie Washington, Dave Weeks.
an up-to-date, first-rate
The men of the fraternity
aim to make college life
fruitful and happy
and the years following graduation
rich in memories of college days.
They regard fraternity life
as an experience in cooperative
group living, a process
of continuous socialization.
This is the meaning of "social"
as applied to Kappa Alpha Psi.
Striving to obtain for its members
all the benefits which can accrue
from membership and from contacts
with Brothers of the Bond,
Kappa Alpha Psi works to maintain
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Founded as a literary society in 1869,
Lambda Chi Alpha boasts 100 years
at the University of Evansville.
Steeped in tradition, the fraternity
demands activity, involvement, and loyalty.
Located in a new quarter million dollar home,
the fraternity sponsors many campus dances and
the annual Watermelon Bust.
From the Photozetean Literary Society,
to Phi Zeta Colony to LCA in 1956,
the fraternity has matured.
The past holds a bold reverence,
for the men of LCA.
FIRST ROW: W. Bohall, H. Forster, B. Dillow, D. Knapp, A. Leibun
guth, G. Brown, D. Proctor, 1. jones, M. Madrid, 1. Brandenburger,
S. Hayford, K. Sobbe, R. Fulmer, T. Rudnick, S. Ernest, B. McWil
liams, T. Turner, D. Thompson, Ci. Ballard, R. Spillcer, R. Carter
SECOND ROW: B. Little, B. Berger, G. Ciunnell, 1. Sander, Tl
Townsend, C. Oswald, G. Hahn, T. Milto, C. Leggett, P. Balsley, P.
DeVault, H. Smith, R. auck, THIRD ROW: R. Post, D. Miller, P.
Hass, C. Stonehill, B. alther, D. Knapp, B. Slater, R. Coffey, K
Smith, K. Moore, D. Wilson, M. Umbarger, F. Gilcrest, S. Yeager,
K. Meyer, P. Katterhenry, 1. Siebe, P. Gunn, R. Meier, M. Short, B.
Melton, B. Ross, FOURTH ROW: I. Mefford, H. Pratt, E. Sander,
D. Filson, B. Gallagher, N. Rutigliano, l. Ruster, 1. larboe, P. Cooper,
C. Blackford, P. Bivens, R. Brown, R. Reinhardt.
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FRONT ROW: 1. Scheidler, B. Howe, D. Eager, D. McCane, K. Mil-
ler, S. Cress, P. Childs, R. LaGrange, SECOND ROW: W. Roell, C
Wilson, B. Fornges, K. Driggers, R. Handziak, R. Welman, S. Recobs,
THIRD ROW: 1. Swarens, H. Keisel, I. Riedford, D. Knigga, H. len-
sen, 1. Ramey, R. Kauffmann, A. Rutger, M. Ullrich, D. Thompson,
FOURTH ROW: S. Hall, S. Klingerburger, S. Fox, M. Esery, W. Pur-
cell, C.. Shrock, L. Bassett, A. Pfeifer, FIFTH ROW: T. Bleichroth, R
Young, I. Little, G. Patterson, R. Murray, D. Stafford, D. Zengler, I
Barber, B. Morrow, SIXTH ROW: D. Swart, A. Henderson, B. Ber-
caw, 1. Stevian, D. Foerster, 1. DeVoss, SEVENTH ROW: G. Pershing
G. Willis, I. Potts.
The men of PKT,
the newest frat at UE,
began as Sodalitas,
began as 19 men,
who netted 19 more first rush
and since then a gallery of awards-
for quarterly scholarships, lawn display,
intramural sportsmanship, Musical Madness.
They've grown to 54 men and 10 pledges,
trying to make real the Greek ideal.
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A quiet mixture of beauty, brains, and smiles,
the women of Phi Mu brighten the campus world.
Sisters captured Miss UE, Miss Congeniality,
and Basketball Queen titles. They served
with compassion and maintained top GPA's.
They sing "Happiness Is Being Together,"
and no one doubts their claim "I'm a Phi Mu.
FIRST ROW: 1. Labhart, D. Porter, C. Redett, K. Ault, K. Bockelman
I. Smith, 1. Sander, K. Pascoe, R. Hires, M. Moore, B. Bolen, SEC-
OND ROW: G. Campbell, M. Carter, M. Richey, S. McMahan, S.
Van deSteeg, L. Berry, D. Haines, L. Britton, A. Arensman, B. Long,
THIRD ROW: L. Duckworth, B. Wilburn, B. Bellamy, K. Britton, I
Effinger, K. Simpson, P. Phillips, D. Pfisterer, P. Clrisham, G. Smith
FOURTH ROW: l. Paschal, M. Rubin, F. Leeds, G. Merrell, Lf
Heines, I. Treat, N. Clark, C. Cuion, FIFTH ROW: K. Monts, N. El-
son, K. Shoener, N. Kirkman, D. Nix, I. Craig.
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Ever try to dampen an SAE's spirit?
Firemen tried five times and failed.
They doused five house fires,
but the fraternal spark was still dry.
It was indeed a hot year for SAE:
a successful Playboy Party,
Orphans Day Picnic, Hawaiian Luau,
and building plans for 1970.
"Come On Light My Fire."
No chance, baby.
FIRST ROW: 1. Butler, J. Spoonmore, M. Wiseman, T. Bennett, F
Hoover, P. O'Malley, R. Copp, B. Schoettelkotte, C. Ruckman, B
Merchant, T. Cusack. SECOND ROW: Gene Nall, G. Lucas, P
Powell, C. Hopper, B. Pearce. THIRD ROW: M. Rogers, P. Cusack
T. Hufnagel, C. Stagg, M. Hill, G. Amini, C.. Schlansker, D. Crane
A. Studt, T. Gates, D. Davies.
Standing at their red door surrounded
by the new Girls ofthe Golden Heart,
Sig Ep men stand for brotherhood.
They're men of awards-first place
in scholarship and the bike race-and of honors,
three of them being favorite men of sororities.
Becky Cooper is their two-time sweetheart,
reigning over the Queen of Hearts Ball.
They host the annual Pl party and Fireman's Fling.
Their bond they'll never sever-
Sig Eps are they.
FIRST ROW: F. Arensman, G. Barrett, T. Russell, T. Snider, B
Scales, S. Reffett, I. Tyler, S. Kuebler, C. Graves, S. Baresic, D
Myers, 1. Hostetler, C. Edmondson, SECOND ROW: D. Longest, S
Smith, B. McClean, R. Anderson, D. Uebelhack, E. Dunn, P. Hughes
C. Koehler, D. Fisk, M. Lively, G. Matthews, D. Elliot, W. Koch, K
Baggett, A. Lenig, W. Bruenig, T. Davis, T. Kates.
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For men of the Red Carnation,
character is the key to success,
fraternity stands for men,
not for wealth, rank, or honor.
The Teke has high ideals
and Action, too, note the Easter Egg Hunt
for Hillcrest Orphans.
From llllinois Wesleyan came
The Teke Charter,
It is a standard here
which Tekes proudly uphold.
FIRST ROW: l. Walden, D. Clark, T. Lynch, C. Hobgood, W. Pickle
V. C-odeke, C.. Moll, I. Grimme, D. Rains, I. Bartelt, D. Roose, SEC-
OND ROW: D. Kinzler, I. Crocker, F. Kanowsky, D. Cohrs, L. Enlow
R. Tacoma, 1. Mantovani, C.. Petro, L. Cline, S. Thompson, M. Clark
E. Hougland, T. Ritter, P. Green, M. Stephens, K. Swenson, M
Pillar, T. Hanna, R. Angermeierg THIRD ROW: B. Rhodes, B. Allred
1. Dice, R. Kirsch, G. Hagstrom, R. Broerman, T. Farny, R. Steedman
P. Atherton, T. Storm, R. Dick, M. Gilles.
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FIRST ROW: R. Stephens, L. Wolfe, M. Flanagan, D, Guillaum.
SECOND ROW: I. LeCleer, B. Bechtel, P. jackson, B. Burns, S. Line-
gar, W. Everbach. THIRD ROW: N, Comstock, S. Owens, S. Hak-
ness, M. Berg, D. Creetameyer. FOURTH ROW.' M. Haughey, G
Frank, 1. Spalding, T. Waitman, L. Stumph, M. Beaudway.
ZET AU ALPHA
Enthusiasm, philanthropy and busy smiles.
The women of ZTA, always active, plan a year
to the hour, and seek to do more.
And what they do, they do well.
Mardi Gras, Panhellenic Ball, first place in
University Sing, second honors in Musical Madness,
State Pledge Song Victor, and impressive in sports.
To a Zeta the calendar is a challenge,
the next day a deadline, sisterhood a reality,
and idleness a sin. The busy smiles bring
life to the gray seasons and inspire action.
Try to catch a Zeta, it's a challenge.
FIRST ROW: K. Slade, L. Trott, S. Bryan, B. Busch, T. Langford, P
Dickinson, I. Burger, C. Williams, S. Craig, S. Whitsitt, L. Thomp-
son, 1. Inglehart, SECOND ROW: M. Hirschman, B. Gaines, J
Dudley, I. Gwyn, B. Keller, D. Graves, A. Barnett, E. McKinney, L
Kirkham, C. Muckley, D. Miller, D. Stevens, B. Walk, B. Nicksic
L. lones, C. jackson, T. Gulley, S. Bronson, B. Baldridge, S. Gas-
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Populated by 200 or more faces,
some more well-known than others,
but all familiar,
the campus resident's world is housed
in a yellow brick building-home.
It is a confining world,
consisting most often of one room,
a desk, bed, dresser, and mirror.
But it is an unbound world,
M breeding special kinds of friendships
that may not survive,
but will never be born again.
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The campus resident knows
how to study
and how to play,
how to watch TV,
to wash, iron, and mend,
and to house lost pets without getting caught.
He's a night person who watches day come
while he plays cards or takes part
in a bull session or talks with his roommate,
and then he sleeps late, sometimes.
He knows more uses for shaving cream than Gillette
and a letter from home makes his day
in the home he's made away.
Upper right: Mrs. Redgrave-Hughes Hallp Center right: Mrs.
Elliott-Hale Hallg Lower right: Mrs. Pursley-Brentano Hallg Lower
left: Mrs. Clark-Franklin House.
Mother to all, related to none,
she listens to gripes tand gripes some, tool.
She shares happiness and swells with pride
when her dorm wins. And she's around
to lighten defeat when it doesn't.
Soothe the broken romance,
kiss the new pinwoman,
guide and watch over,
but carefully avoid commanding:
the job of a housemother.
Always there, knowing where
interest stops and meddling begins,
she's a counselor, a friend,
a mom away from Mom.
Center left: Mrs. Scheidler and daughter, Kari-Bigney House
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Lower left: Mrs. Scales-New Unit, Lower Right: Mrs. Scherzer-
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She crosses the busy intersection,
then the apartment-living coed walks
one ofthe well-beaten paths up to Franklin
Hovda, Bigney, or Torbet. Living not with one
but with three or four others, she shares
shares responsibilities not only for cleaning,
but also cooking. Her requests?
just hip boots and boats for the basement
stashed away for a rainy day.
A place where campus communication
sometimes doesn't reach . ..
farther from classes
inconvenient sometimes . ..
a great experience always:
Officers: B. Halkowich, G. Kilby, M. Watson, A. Heath, R. Bald
win, E. Price, E. Eichel.
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Moore Hall, oldest and biggest,
came out of hiding this year-came out
to win Homecoming Queen with pert Ellie Price,
who also nosed Action into SGA for '69-70,
came out for a second place trophy SAI Sing.
They threw another egg into the independent pot
with a first in Musical Madness '69.
Come spring, a cloistered coed stepped out
into the community for a pageant: Paula Young
returned to Moore as Miss Evansville on her way
to Michigan City for the really big one.
Girls working together for a mutual goal . ..
girls backing a resident in an individual pursuit. ..
four girls sharing one phone:
Officers. B. Koch, R. Newman, M. Warner, B. Hauselman
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This year? It was a very good year
for Hughes Hall men as they tossed in
a win for the once-begun, never-ending
independent cause: with a pad in Hughes
Sam Small charmed the female vote
to become Bachelor of the Year.
A feeling of unity took root
and never stopped growing
as the men of Hughes grew proud-
proud of their hall and proud of each other.
A periodic flood wets the hallsg
a noisy party keeps pace with the night.
A center for criticizing Birchers . ..
a haven for laughter at W. C. Fields . ..
a resting place on a path to success:
p' B. Ratlif-f, K. Kirtley, P. lones.
l Officers. SITTINC: N. Allen, L. Schweiger. STANDING: A. Allred,
Second in a line of many to come,
Brentano Hall is home to many girls.
Its four flights of stairs
leading to a possible fourth floor room
somehow don't seem so long
when Brentano extends its
"air condition" calling card.
Life assumes a typical pose for its resident:
big date, hair to fix, borrow that dress
from . . . whose was it? . . . hum . ..
study in the sun did pay off,
no time for dinner,
grab a candy bar from the machine,
movie tonight, stop at Frisch's later maybe,
then home-home to a beautiful, envy of many, lounge,
home to Brentano.
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Sparkling, shining, gleaming-
the newest of new-and nameless.
Still an infant, the New Unit
is making a name for itself
in the world of UE residences.
It houses girls living, working, studying,
playing, each deciding when and where
to draw the line between having fun
and getting an education and sometimes
finding the two merge at the line.
The New Unit woman joins her neighbors
at Moore and Brentano in signing out-and in
Eleven or one to two means return to a place
for chatting, sleeping, meeting, seeking,
initiating: the New Unit.
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Hale houses men
of tug-of-war distinction.
They worked together all year,
backing their fourteen officers,
then pul-led together for a May Day win.
Life at Hale includes weekend outings together
after living and studying together all week.
An organization, but not an organization...
a crossroads of friends
a place together to live and grow-
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It's valuable training for later life,
self-discipline, team work,
and for giving maximum effort.
The best fight for UE.
The others fight for fraternities,
sororities, residence halls, clubs,
Some win, most lose.
"Wait till next year" they cry.
LIVI G Tl-I E
Hanging in the balance-
sorta like life.
Maybe it's ing
we win . ..
But we tried.
Splash, Splash, Splash.
Faster, swim faster.
Into the turn,
stretch a little more,
now you're ahead!
Training pays off.
SPRI Ci '68l REVIE
7 Kentucky Wesleyan
5 St. loseph's
0 Indiana State
6 Kentucky Wesleyan
0 Ball State
7 Oakland City
78 Rose Poly Tech
75 U. of Louisville
45 SE Missouri
DePauw Invitational: UE placed 7th of 10
Triangular Meet: U. of E. placed third
Final Conference Results: U. of E. was 6th of 7
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St. loseph's 5
St. Ioseph's 2
Southeast Missouri 4
Indiana University 5
Ball State 20
Ball State 4
Indiana University 25
Indiana University 4
Southern Illinois 3
Kentucky Wesleyan I
Kentucky Wesleyan 2
Indiana State 11
Indiana State 8
1968-69 VARSITY SPORTS SCORES
64 SOuth Dakota 68
86 California Western 64
89 Cal Poly 65
88 Arizona 102
64 New Mexico State 98
94 San Diego State 87
93 Univ. of Mass. 73
75 New Mexico State 86
71 Kentucky Wesleyan 70
74 Southwest Missouri 101
74 St. Ioseph's 72
77 Southern Illinois 82
98 DePauw 92
85 Butler 88
85 Ball State 76
84 St. Ioseph's tPhila.l 95
86 Indiana State 90
95 Valparaiso 101
80 Kentucky Wesleyan 86
85 DePauw 98
88 St. loseph's 79
96 Butler 83
86 Ball State 80
76 Indiana State 81
83 Valparaiso 82
60 Southern Illinois 82
10 Oakland City 1
19 Oakland City 2
2 Valparaiso 4
0 Valparaiso 5
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1 St. Ioseph's 2
2 Kentucky Wesleyan 6
6 Kentucky Wesleyan 7
9 Indiana State 3
7 Indiana State 6
8 Kentucky Wesleyan 2
5 Kentucky Wesleyan 3
11 DePauw 9
3 DePauw 2
2 Southern Illinois 20
2 Southeast Missouri 3
2 Butler 9
0 Butler 1
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Coach lim Byers, plus bruising aggres-
siveness from UE players copped a
44-7 win over Butler.
FRONT ROW tl to ri: Steve Maple, Don Crane, Keith Krietenstein,
Wayne Kuklinski, Mike Short, Larry Merritt, Ron LaGrange, Charles
Berger, Roger Mauck. SECOND ROW: Doug Atherton, Bruce
Evans, Don Plemmons, Greg Hahn, Tony Milto, Butch Morrow,
Richard Duvall, john Brandenberger, Mark Ashley, A. G. Taylor,
Les McWilliams, Carl .Gengelbach. THIRD ROW: Mike Storm,
Steve lerardi, james Bell, Craig Blackford, Mark Brewer, Paul Ger-
hardt, Ike Mefford, Tony Hargrove, Mike Woodard, Keith McKinney,
Asst. Coach Dave Davies, Coach lim Byers. BACK ROW: Freshman
Coach Bob Glaser, Asst. Coach Paul Beck, Ken Mills, Gerald Seib,
Bob Bannwart, Marty Umbarger, Paul Gunn, Terry Willoughby,
Richard Dick, Larry Lockhart, joe Miles, Greg Hofmann.
Freshman-Varsity scrimmage is a common practice at UE. A warm,
sunny afternoon finds the two Aces teams in constant contact, as
shown above. Ike Mefford, Soph. fullback, strives for extra yardage,
but the mud causes bad footing and a messy uniform. fBelowJ.
Sophomore quarterback, Craig Blackford, looks for an open re-
ceiver downfield as a cross-body block is thrown in his defenseg
the upper right picture depicts such an action. A run from our ten-
yard line for a gain of twenty-One yards by Ken Mills was vital to the
Ace's 36-0 victory over St. loseph's. fLower rightl.
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A good year down for the football Aces,
they look forward to next year,
to an even better year.
A community Varsity Club
for Coach Byers and his squads.
The ball's passed, it's caught,
and the word is first down
and ready to go for the '69 UE Aces.
SWIM ACES SPLASH TO VICTORY
Lap after lap after lap after...
It takes stamina and spirit and a bit more
than these for Aces swimmers for whom practice
is measured in miles on lanes to perfection.
The '68-'69 season brought high hopes
to diver Gordon Bryant, followed by rewards
when he won the one-meter diving competition
in the NCAA College Division. Winning with him,
Bob Lodato took the 100 and 200-yard
FIRST ROW: Bruce Brink, Ken Miller, SECOND
ROW: Tom Wulff, Glenn Phillips, Ron Hoff,
THIRD ROW: Bob Lodato, Charlie jones, Coach
Schleicher, Steve Smith, Gordon Bryant.
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FRONT ROW: Ron Bae, Rob Anderson, Don Barth, Bob Clayton,
john Wellemeyer, Kae Moore, SECOND ROW: Roger Cruth, lim
McKissic, Steve Creekbaum, Rothwell Stickley, Fred Lloyd,
THIRD ROW: Dave Weeks, Layne Holmes, lim Thompson, Mike
Owens, Rick Smith, Coach Arad McCutchan.
They came to meet the challenge
of a "super" reputation.
Try, play hard, win, lose.
lt was a good year by most standards,
only average at UE. Upset the top dog
from the South. Turn and lose a heartbreaker.
And watch all the while the seldom-beaten frosh.
Like a flash out of the night,
our Aces bagged the conference crown
twithout huge servings of Redshirt supportl.
The past is glorious, today is good,
and tomorrow looks even better.
C-o, fight, win-reldlgardlessl
ACES BASKETBALL UPSWING
CROWNED '69 ICC CHAMPS
Things looked up for the 1968-69 basketball Aces.
They look even brighter for the future. Below, all
heads seemingly look upward to the Aces upswing.
Mike Owens has that look of despair as if something
may hinder the upsurge. But Roger C-uth's calm con-
centration and determination tell all that things are
about to go up.
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was somewhat less than great.
Cleo Walker was outstanding at times
But the growth ofthe team
didn't meet expectations,
and UE lost-
not just matches,
but also Coach Davies,
who goes to a bigger school.
Despite a season
something less than superb,
none dare call it bad
for a beginning program.
The future can be nothing
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FRONT ROW: Wayne Breunig, Fred Schaffstein, George Lucas,
SECOND ROW: john Moon, Steve Leek, Larry Poe, Morris Clark,
THIRD ROW: jackie Clark, Bob Poe, Tom Morgan, Richard Fulmer,
Ierry Barber, Keith Smith, Ron Hoff, FOURTH ROW: Coach
Schleicher, Brad Mcginnis, Tom Riordan, Don Plemmons, Keith
McKinney, Norm Stevens.
lump higher, run faster,
work out longer, defy the cinders-
all to beat the competition.
It was a building year for UE's track team.
Coach Schleicher worked hard
with his team, and they returned
his efforts with equally hard work.
Sporting one of the best
all-weather tracks in the area,
UE's track future looks bright.
We'll break tape first.
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g , Q ,. A 4 ,E Coach Voorhees and his netters,
:L if :U s, 33wk,:,X Q t,,,,,,,,6 sAgQ'liWZffEil1V':KQ3v'f6:l'i' filled with just enough confidence,
. 'Hr-B traveled to the ICC aspiring to championship,
reflections of a good season, and returned
with goals for '70, experienced by one more year.
ZND I CC
Coach Beck's golfers
made good on the links, taking
second in the ICC where Bob Walther
was medalist. Coach Davies'
diamond men cracked out
a hickory-to-horsehide season,
cheered on by UE's first
quartet of "bat girls."
KNEELINC: K. Miller, S. Kuehn. STANDING: R. Spilker, R. Kirsch,
B. Walther, S. Place, M. Pillar, Coach Beck.
FIRST ROW.' B. Alden, N. Allen, L. Byers, G. Nall, B. Little, I. Har-
mon, R. Schwenk, V. Katterhenry. FRONT.' D. Wilkinson. SECOND
ROW.' W. Kuklinski, M. Hallas, A. Studt, T. Rudnick, M. Chastain,
W. Hannel, D. Thompson. THIRD ROVV: D. Buente, L. Wilson,
A. Pfeifer, M. Ulrich, G. Patterson, T. Halbig, Coach Davies.
FOURTH ROW.' I. Wellemeyer, S. Welmer, D. Buse.
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Voorhees took steps to save IM at UE.
IM lives on
to become better and better.
Two student directors will help next year.
Stimulating competition for all students
results from IM.
IM is good,
thanks to Voorhees.
1968-69 I TRAMURAL RESULTS
MEN WOMEN STANDINGS
Flag Football LCA Sacket UEI
Cross Country SPE Archery UEI MEN WOMEN
Volleyball me Volleyball cbio TKE UEI
Swimming LcA Swimming ZTA LCA C 'O
Basketball LcA Bowling cbio 'JKT ZTA
Bowling Circle K Basketball ChiO SPE Moore Hall
Wrestling TKE Table Tennis ZTA Hughes Hal' Courts
Tennis TKE Deck Tennis UEI 555 AOP'
Decathlon PKT Badminton UEI Clfde K PM .
Paddleball TKE rennio UEI Hale Hal' New UM
Golf LcA Softball UEI Newman Club Blemano Hal'
Softball Hale Hall Track UEI
IM program at UE includes many sports
continuing throughout the year.
Basketball and football rank highg
Volleyball is also popular.
All events lead to the tower of success-
All Sports Trophy.
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this is what Zeta women did
to capture the women's swimming competition.
Lambda Chi Alpha put out the best effort
in men's races and pulled in
the swimming crown as they piled up
All-Sports trophy points.
The Lambda Chi's added more points
by capturing the basketball title.
But TKE added to their total and went on-
onto win the All-Sports trophy
with wins in volleyball and wrestling.
Chi Omega proved their court supremacy
by a title in the basketball competition.
The rivalries are keen, enthusiasm high,
and the students hard players
in IM sports at UE.
SOFTB LL VICTORS
Hale Hall and UEI's Cracked
men's and women's softball bats
for respective championships
in '69 intramural tournaments.
Suzanne Lachen and Mark Pillar served up
wins to UEl's and TKE's in intramural tennis.
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or inches higher to victory
sometimes seemed miles
in intramural track competition
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TKE'S ran hardest
and jumped highest-
one more rung in their ladder
toward All-Sports Trophy.
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SENIOR I DE
Abbott, janet lsay, B A.-Little Sisters of Minerva, Historian, Vice-
President, President, Young Republicans, Spring Weekend
Comm, Sweetheart or Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Adamson, Sara, BS.-Alpha Tau Delta, Aqua Angels, Pep Comm.
-Illen, lanice lxav, B S.
Allred, Alice Marie, BA iMSM, Moore Hall Secy.
-tlvey. Mary Gynelle, B.S-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List 113, BSU,
Foreign Missions Chm., Moore Hall Social Rep.
Andrews, Karen L., B.S.-Dean's List 193, Cap and Gown, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Aqua Angels, Alpha Omicron Pi, Pledge Class
Scholarship Chm., Activities Chm., Corresponding Secy., Leader-
ship Council, Musical Madness, Homecoming, May Day Comm.,
Union House Comm., Sophomore Class Secy., Women's Rec-
ognition Dinner, james Terrill Copeland Zoology Award, Sharon
Hurst Scholarship Award, LCA Crescent, Intramurals, Campus
Anstey, Robert P., B.S.gDean's List 133.
Applet, Madonna Carol, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Newman Club.
Arensman, Ann Clare, BA.-Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Cap and Gown, Phi Beta Chi, Dean's List 17I, Bi Sci Club, Phi
Mu, Scholarship Chm., Rush Counselor, Panhellenic Delegate,
Musical Madness, College Bowl, Panhellenic Secy., Union House
Core Comm., Who's Who, Women's Recognition Dinner,
Armstrong, Betty, B.A.-Dean's List 173, Student Education Assn.,
Ecumenical Council, May Day Committee.
Arthur, Da vid, B. S.
Arthur, Preston Allen jr., 8.5.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Psychology Club,
Ashworth, Iris lan, BA.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Treas., Dean's
List 1113, Phi Kappa Phi, Association for Childhood Education,
SNEA, College Theatre, "The Miser," Acettes, UE Prep School.
Askew, Patricia, BS.-Zeta Tau Alpha, Standards Chm, Alpha
Tau Delta, Union Board.
Ayers, Ronald Lee, BS.-AMS, Hale Hall, Resident Assistant,
Baldwin, joyce, B.S.kDean's List, SNEA.
Baldwin, Roxanna jill, BA.-Angel Flight, Information Officer,
Aqua Angels, Musical Madness, Union Dance Comm., Treas.
Women's Council, Moore Hall, Historian, Vice-President, Basket-
Barden, Nancy jeanne, B.A.-Newman Club, Union Fine Arts
Barker, Sandra, B.A.
Barnett, Rita Louise, BS.-Baptist Student Union, Vice-Pres.,
Gamma Delta, Vice-Pres., Varsity Band.
Barrett, Gregory Ray, BS.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Pep Club, Vice-
Pres., President, Young Republicans, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Con-
troller ol pledge class, Social Chm, Vice-Pres., Musical Madness,
Symphonic Band, lnterfraternity Council, Secy., President, Union
Finance Comm., Spring Weekend Comm.
Bastarn, lames Edwin ll, BA.-Arnold Air Society, MSM, Psych.
Club, Musical Madness, Marching Band, Concert Band, Hale
Hall, Homecoming Display, Financial Committee, Intramurals.
Bauer, Evalyn Hope, BA-Psi Chi.
Beck, Roger Bearden, BA.-Pi Gamma Mu, Student Education
Assn., Young Democrats, Lambda Chi Alpha, "The Miser," "And
Someday l'll Die," Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, Intramurals.
Br-atly, Lawrence A., BA.
Bellamy, Beth Elaine, B.A -Dean's List 193, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Phi Kappa Phi, Cap and Gown, ACE, Mental Health Club, Phi
Mu, Chapter Membership Chairman, Vice-Pres., Musical Mad-
ness, Homecoming Core Committee 11967-83, Union Board
Games .ind Activities, Who's Who, Campus Notables.
Bc-rcaw, Williarn R., BS-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List 133, Phi
Kappa Tau, Intramurals.
Berger, Charles Lee, BA.-Blue Key, Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List
133, Young Democrats, Football, Iconoclast, Editor.
Besing, Gerald A., BS-Pi Sigma Epsilon.
Beumel, Ann C., B.A.-French Club.
Black, Thomas H., BA.-Dean's List 143, Chemistry Club, Tau
Kappa Epsilon, jazz Ensemble, Bio. lab assistant.
Blackburn, Laura K., B.S.-SNEA.
Blackburn, Richard Stanley, BA.-Arnold Air Society, Math Club,
Boultinghouse, jane Ellen, B.A.-ACE, President, SNEA, Women's
Council, Vice-pres., Clarinet Choir, Symphonic Band, Marching
Band, Union Finance Comm., Moore Hall, Pep Chm., Resident
Assn't., Outstanding Women on Campus.
Boylls, Diana Kay, B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List 113, En-
gineering Club, Administrative Management Society, Union
Bradshaw, Rita Maxine, B.A.-Dean's List 143, Alpha Lambda
Brandenberger, john Ellis, B.A.-Lambda Chi Alpha, House
Manager, Parliamentarian, Musical Madness, May Day Comm.,
Chi Omega Man of the Year, Interfraternity Council, Varsity
Braun, Edward E., B.S.
Brooks, Kathleen, B.S.
Brooks, Patricia joan, B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, lr. Advisor, Phi
Kappa Phi, Cap and Gown, Dean's List 193, French Club, MSM,
Treas., Musical Madness, General Chm., Union Entertainment
Comm., Moore Hall, Treas., Resident Assistant, Women's Recog-
nition Dinner, LinC Copy Editor, Campus Chatter, Campus
Notables, Who's Who. Woodrow Wilson Fellow.
Brown, lolene Dee, BA.-SNEA: Choir, Union Dance Comm.
Brown, Nelson Thomas, BS.-Engineering Club.
Brown, Susan Stoddard, B.A,-Alpha Lambda Delta, President,
Cap and Gown, Dean's List 193, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Chi,
Psi Chi, Who's Who, Campus Notables, French Club, Secy.,
Student Services Committee, Union Entertainment Comm.,
Women's Recognition Dinner, Intramurals.
Browning, Steven Kendall, B.S.
Bryan, Sherry Lynn, BS.-MSM, Zeta Tau Alpha, House Chair-
man, Social Chairman, Musical Madness, Union Social Comm.
Bryant, janna Lou, B.A.-ACE.
Berger, Sabra, B.A.-Dean's List 173, Phi Kappa Phi.
Butcher, Sandra L., B.A.-ACE.
Carlton, Mariane, B.A.-Dean's List 163, SNEA, Union House
Cheek, Marlene, B.A.-Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Dean's List 183, SNEA, President 2 yrs., State Secy.,
ACE, BSU, Social Chm, Union Board Secy., Union Dance Core
Comm, Musical Madness Scholarships.
Clark, Linda Faye, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List 113, BSU,
Social Chm., Music Chm., Devotion Chm., Secy., Ecumenical
Clayton, Glenda G., BA.-Pi Delta Epsilon, Secy., Bigney House,
Secy., Band, LinC, Crescent.
Coe, jefferson W. III, B.A.-Young Republicans.
Cole, Susan, B.A.-Chi Omega, Little Sisters of Minerva, Musical
Madness, Publicity Chm., Intramurals.
Colson, Rhea Dawn, B.A.--SNEA.
Combs, jeri Ann Boyd, BS.-Angel Flight, Chi Omega, Rush
Chm,, Musical Madness, Varsity Cheerleader, jr. Panhellenic,
Treas., Women's Recognition Dinner, Mardi Gras Queen, Home-
coming Queen Court, Lambda Chi Alpha Sweetheart Court,
Conaway, Robert Preston, B.A.-Phi Mu Alpha, Historian, Musical
Madness, Band, Brass Ensemble, Orchestra.
Connor, Kathleen Mary, B.S.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Tau
Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List 1113, Newman Club.
Conrad, janet A., BA.
Cooper, Rebecca C., B.A.-Young Republicans, Chi Omega,
Asst. Scholarship Chm., Treas., Musical Madness, Sigma Phi
Epsilon Sweetheart 12 yrs.3, Intramurals, Women's Recognition
Corn, Lavaun Clark, B.A,-Dean's List 143.
Corne, Patricia Sue, B.A.-Dean's List 153.
Cox, Larry joe, B.S.-Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's List 1103, UESME,
Clifford Engineering Prize.
Coyle, George Francis, B.S.-Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma,
Dean's List 113, Engineering Club, IEEE, Intramurals.
Cunningham, Charles E., B.A.-Intramurals.
Curry, Mary Alberteen, B.A.
Dailey, james M., B.A.-Dean's List 183, Phi Chi, Phi Gamma Mu.
Dalton, Steven Earl, B.S.-Arnold Air Society.
Davis, joseph Lee, B.S.-Dean's List 133, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Pi
Gamma Mu, Accounting Club.
Delaney, Linda F., B.A.-French Club, Psychology Club, Musical
Madness, Union House Comm., Union Games Comm.
Dudley, judith Arline, B.A.-SNEA, Zeta Tau Alpha, Scholarship
Chm., Intramurals Chm., Ritual Chm., Musical Madness,
Dunbar, joseph Michael, B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List 113.
Duncan, Susan K., B.S.-WHPR, UEI Intramurals, May Day At-
Durkee, Michael M., B.S.-Kappa Mu Epsilon, Dean's List 133,
Engineering Club, UESME, Lambda Chi Alpha.
Eichel, Ellen Sue, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Historian, Mental Health
Assn., Secy., Ecumenical Council, MSM, Publicity Chm., Secy.,
Kappa Chi, Moore Hall Publicity Chm., Union Entertainment
Comm., University Christian Movement.
Eifler, Larry Lee, B.M.E.-Blue Key, Dean's List 153, Theodore
Pressor Scholar, Phi Mu Alpha, Treas., President, Campus Choir,
Woodwind Quintet, Clarinet Choir, Pep Band, German Band,
Concert Band, Marching Band, Musical Madness.
Elbrink, Constance Faye, B.A.-Dean's List 123, Newman Club.
Ellis, Benna Kay, B.A.-Alpha Tau Delta, Moore Hall Secy.
Elson, David Charles, B.A.-Young Democrats, MSM, SNEA,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Scholarship Chm., Musical Madness Director,
Union Dance Comm., May Day Awards Chm., Dad's Day
Comm., Spring Weekend Tickets Chm., Phi Mu Flame, It's
Elson, Nancy Lee Kirkman, B.S.-Dean's List 113, Phi Mu Mem-
bership Chm., Assistant Panhellenic Rep., Musical Madness,
Union Dance Comm., Spring Weekend Comm., Betty Coed
1967,1stRunner-up Homecoming Queen.
Enos, Kent E., B.A.
Enrietto, William Nelson, B.S.
Fager, Everett Dean, B.A.-Phi Kappa Phi, Blue Key, Kappa Chi,
Psi Chi, Dean's List 1103, MSM, Psychology Club, Phi Kappa Tau,
Vice-Pres., Varsity Track, Campus Notables, Who's Who.
Farrell, Robert Michael, B.A.-Psi Chi, Dean's List 163, Psychology
Club, Lambda Chi Alpha.
Feigel, Angela, B.M.E.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi,
Dean's List 193, Sigma Alpha Iota, Symphonic Band, Campus
Choir, Campus Notables.
Fenneman, Kathie Lounell, B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, President,
Sigma Alpha Iota, Editor, Honor Pledge, Who's Who, Cap and
Gown, Dean's List 123, University Choir, ACE, NEA, Campus
Fisher, Christine Louise, B.A.-Pi Gamma Mu, SNEA, Zeta Tau
Alpha, Membership Chm., Social Chm., judiciary Chm., Musical
Madness, Union Finance Comm., Union Social Comm.
Fitzgeralt, William V. jr., B.S.E.E.-IEEE, Concert Band, Brass
Ford, Charles, B., B.A.-Kappa Chi, IVCF, President.
Fornges, Robert C., B.A.-Arnold Air Society, Administrative
Officer, ACEI, Ways and Means Officer, Vice-Pres., Hughes Hall
2nd Vice-Pres., Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge Trainer, Rush Chm.,
Musical Madness, ACE, President, Intramurals, ROTC Band,
Forsythe, Cynthia K., B.A,-SNEA, ACE.
Forsythe, Susan Lee, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, IANS, Newman Club,
Fortenbery, joyce H., B.S.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Tau
Delta, Dean's List 143.
Frazier, Kathleen S., B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List 173,
Aqua Angels, LCA Crescents, President, Crescent Girl Court,
Homecoming Queen Court, Campus Leaders.
Gander, Sandra jean, BA.-Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List 113, SNEA.
Gates, Thomas Owen, B.S.l.E.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Rush Chm.,
Interfraternity Council, Varsity Baseball, Letterman.
Gerkin, Carol Ann, B.M.E.-Dean's List 173, Phi Kappa Phi, Music
Educator's National Conference, Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer,
Acapella Choir, Varsity Band, Choral Ayres.
Gilliam, Linda Lou, B.M.E.-Sigma Alpha Iota, Choral Ayres,
Acapella Choir, Campus Choir, Varsity Band, Chapel Choir.
Glaess, Marilyn M., B.S.-Angel Flight, Comptroller, Informations
Officer, Chaplain, Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List 143, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, Treas., Musical Madness, Union Social Comm., Miss U
Goettel, Leslie Patricia, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Newman Club,
International Relations Club.
Graham, judy, B.A.-SEA, College Theatre, Publicity.
Graves, Michael Leon, B.S.-Dean's List 113, French Club, En-
gineering Club, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Musical Madness, Zeta
Tau Alpha Sweetheart, AFROTC Cadet.
Graves, Sherry Moser, AB. in journalism-Crescent.
Green, Steven Fremont, BA.-Arnold Air Society, Treas., Lambda
Chi Alpha, Musical Madness.
Greene, Ronald j., B.S.
Griese, Diane A., B.M.E.-Symphonic Band, Marching Band,
Campus Choir, Clarinet Choir, Varsity Band.
Grimme, john Michael, B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Secy., Young
Republicans, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres., IFC Representative, Social
Chm., Rush Chm., Homecoming Chm., House Mgr., Bike Race
Team, Spring Weekend Chm., May Day Co-Chm., IFC Pres.,
Vice-Pres., Student Senate.
Groves, Frances Lucille, B.S.-MSM, Moore Hall Social Comm.
Gulley, Tanya Marie, B.A.-Zeta Tau Alpha, Union Comm.,
Musical Madness, Intramurals Chm., Resident Assistant, WHPER.
Hadley, Bill Allen, B.A.-Phi Gamma Mu, Phi Kappa Phi, Blue
Key, Corr. Secy., Alumnae Secy., President, Dean's List 193, Young
Democrats, Hoosiers for Democratic Action, International Rela-
tions Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Ulysses S. Dubach Scholarship
Trophy, Community Service Committee Chm., Scholarship
Comm. Chm., Athletic Comm., College Bowl Comm., Pledge
Class Community Service Director, Musical Madness, Choice
'68, College Bowl, Campus United Fund Comm., Social Comm.
of Union, Union Dance Comm., Union Fine Arts Comm., Stu-
dent Services Comm., Religion in College Life Week Comm.,
Intramurals, Crescent, Homecoming Comm., Homecoming
Dance Chm., Spring Weekend Comm., Alumnae Scholarship,
Campus Notables, Who's Who.
Hadley, Carol Lee, B.S.-Dean's List 173, BSU, Pres., Alpha Tau
Delta, Debate Team.
Hadley, Sara Rich, B.A.
Hagstrom, Garry Lee, B.S.-Kappa Mu Epsilon, Tau Kappa Ep-
silon, Chaplain, Musical Madness, College Theatre, "Midsummer
Night's Dream," "The Chinese Wall," IFC, May Day Comm.
Halbig, Thomas Wayne, B.A.-Dean's List 113, Newman Club Bd.
of Directors, Varsity Baseball, Intramurals, Carson Scholar.
Hall, Carol Lynn, BA.-Dean's List 123, SNEA, Marching Band,
Varsity Band, Musical Madness.
Halwes, Sharon Kay, B.A.-Coordinating Comm. of Franklin
House, Entertainment Comm., WHPER Program Chm., Intra-
Hamilton, john M., B.S.-Accounting Club.
Hart, jerry Lee, B.A.-Dean's List 133, Psi Chi, Treas., Psychology
Hart, Sharon Leanna, B.A.
Hartley, Karen jean, B.S.
Haworth, Anita, BA.-ACE, Alpha Omicron Pi, Musical Mad-
ness, Union Entertainment Comm., Union Personnel Comm.
Heath, Ann Louise, B.A.-Young Republicans, ACE, Moore Hall,
Publicity, Vice-Pres., Pres., Union House Comm., Musical Mad-
Henderson, Daniel Charles, B.A.-French Club, Psychology Club.
Hermann, Gary, B.S. l.E.-Circle K, Mech. Eng. Club.
Herr 'Ilan Dean B 5 -SE K. Freshman Track.
Hxncs l.f'tU 5 I5 S -ACF
Hrnikle Michael Glenn, B A-Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List l6l,
Newman Club, American Mlttng Society, Accounting Club, May
Hisgen, Marcia Louise, BA fCap and Gown, Dean's List l5I, Bi
Sci, Phi stu, Musical Madness, Union House Comm Chm.,
Homecoming Dance Comm. Chm., Women's Recognition Din-
ner, Blue Kei Dream Girl
Hoback. Barbara Sue, BA -SNEA, ACE, Young Republicans,
Ecumenical Council, UEI.
Hobgood, Grace Starling, B.M.E-Sigma Alpha Iota, Dean's List
r3I, Chapel Choir, Campus Choir, Concert Orcnestra.
Hodapp, Ann Lynn, B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Cap and Gown,
Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List IIOJ, Angel Flight, Commander, Chap-
lain, SNEA, Mental Health Club, Pres., Musical Madness, May
Day, Moore Hall, Vice-Pres., Who's Who, Homecoming Queen
Candidate, Women's Recognition Dinner.
Hodsen, Ellen Anne, BS.
Hoebbel, Alice K ,B A.-A,C.E.
Hollart, Chet Kenny, B.A.-Kappa Chi, Dean's List, I.V.C.F.
Hooper, Diane, BS.-Alpha Tau Delta, B.S.U., Zeta Tau Alpha,
Activities Chrm., Musical Madness, Union Finance Comm.
Hornrck, Barbara Ann Eberhalt, B.A.-Pi Gamma Mu, Psi Chi,
Psychology Club, French Club, Moore Hall Secy.
Horstman, Kathy Lynn, B.A.-Dean's List l2I, ACE.
Houchin, Randalyn Lou, B.A.-Kappa Pi, Dean's List til.
Hughey, Susan jane, B.A.-Dean's List l8I, Pi Gamma Mu, SNEA,
MSM, WEVC Continuity Director, Phi Kappa Phi.
Hurst, Barbara A., B.A.-Musical Madness, Acapella Choir.
lngelhart, jane Kathleen, B.A.-ACE, SNEA, Campus Choir, Bas-
ketball Queen Candidate, Acapella Choir, Zeta Tau Alpha, Best
Pledge Spirit Award, Standards Chm., Musical Madness, Choir.
james, Shirley W., B.A.-Psi Chi, Secy., Psychology Club, French
jester, Stephen Charles, B.A.-Hughes Hall Pres., Dorm Council,
johnson, Barbara jean, B.A.-Dean's List l4J.
johnson, Richard Allan, BA,-Independent Campus Ass'n., Pres.,
Vice-Pres, Kappa Chi, Musical Madness, Debate Team, Hughes
Hall Chaplain, President's Round Table, Track Team, Cross
Country Team, Intramurals, WEVC, Crescent, MSM, AFROTC
jones, Connellj., AB.-Hughes Hall President.
jones, Karen Mullins, B.S.-Dean's List i5I, Alpha Tau Delta,
Musical Madness Comm., Moore Hall Pres., Residence Hall
jones, Patricia Kay, B.A.-Dean's List l7I, Phi Kappa Phi, SNEA,
MSM, ACE, National Methodist Scholarship.
Kessans, Darla Kay, B.A.-ACE, SNEA.
Kessans, Anna jean, B.A.-Dean's List l4I, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Historian, Pi Gamma Mu, Secy.-Treas., SEA, Psych Club, New-
man Club, Activity Comm.
Kresel, Harvey K., BS.-Kappa Mu Epsilon, Engineering Club,
IEEE, Arnold Air Society, Blue Key, Dean's List til, Phi Kappa Tau,
Pledge Master, Pledge Class Vice-Pres., Iunior Interfraternity
Krlby, Virginia Lee, B.A.-Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List l2I, French
Club, May Honors Day Comm., Moore Hall Historian, Musical
Krrtley, Kathy Ann, B.A.-ACE, IVCF, Secy., Campus Choir, Univ.
Theatre, Publicity Comm, Props Comm., Brentano Hall Chap-
lain, Union Finance Comm., Religion in Campus Life Comm,
Klusmeier, Deloris Ann, 'B.A.-Union Publicity Comm., Vice-
Chm. Union Fine Arts Comm., Mgr. Second Time Around,
Knaehel, April Ann, B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Pr Gamma Mu,
Little Sisters ol Minerva, Dean's List l7l, French Club, Young
Republicans, Kennedy for President Coordinator, Alpha Omicron
Pi, Parlramentarian, Musical Madness, Homecoming Mug-
drinlung Champ, College Bowl.
Knight. james L., B S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon.
Knipe, Sandra E., B.A.-Pi Delta Epsilon, Pres., Cap and Gown,
Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List t8I, College
Theatre, "Midsummer Night's Dream," Publicity Comm.,
Women's Council Reporter, Who's Who, Women's Recognition
Dinner, Crescent, Co-editor, Campus Editor, Reporter, Gridiron
Director, journalism Day, Campus Notables.
Knipe, Wesley E., B.A.-Arnold Air Society, Chaplain, Inter-
national Relations Club, Secy., Treas., Vice-Pres., Union Dance
Comm., Second Time Around.
Koch, Bonnie jean, B.5.-Kappa Pi, Secy., University Theatre,
Kraft, Beverly Courtney, B.A.-Dean's List lil, Young Republicans,
French Club, Union Dance Comm.
Kraft, Karen A., B.S.-Kappa Pi, Treas.
Kratz, Carol Ann, B.A.-Sigma Alpha Iota, Concert Band,
Acapella Choir, Orchestra, Chapel Choir.
Kutlich, Leo john jr,, B.S.-Dean's List UI.
Labhart, Marilynn jean, B.A.-Kappa Mu Epsilon, Angel Flight,
Historian, Supply Officer, Alpha Lambda Delta, Secy., Dean's List
LII, Phi Mu, Historian, President, Musical Madness, Miss E C
Pageant, Freshman Class Treas., Union Fine Arts Comm.,
Women's Recognition Dinner, Cap and Gown.
Land, Daniel Stuart, B.S.-Lambda Chi Alpha, Intramurals.
Landis, Brent William, B.S.-Kappa Chi, MSM, Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Chaplain, Secy., Musical Madness, Union Finance Comm.,
Student-Faculty Federation, Who's Who, Religious Life Depart-
Lankford, jayne, B.S.-N.C.A.S.
Larson, Susan Marjorie, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List l2l,
MSM, Union Entertainment Comm.
Lautner, Willard E., B.S.M.E.-Lutheran Student League, Press
UEAMES, Pres., Engineering Club,
Legg, Marcia Ann, B.S.-Dean's List CBI, Alpha Lambda Delta,
University Orchestra, Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra.
Libbert, Donna jean, B.A.-NCAS, SNEA, Musical Madness,
University Sing, Bigney House Treas., Who's Who, Homecoming
Linder, Eric Charles, B.A.-Blue Key, French Club, Phi Kappa Tau,
Alumni Secy., Editor, Bachelor of the Year Candidate, "The
Fresh Egg Salad Sandwich," Crescent, Intramurals.
Linley, jayne Foster, B.S,-Alpha Tau Delta, Secy., Soph. Nursing
Lloyd, Hewlett P., 8.5.-AMS.
Loge, james Randsll, B.A.
Long, Lucinda lane, B.A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi,
Dean's List l8I, College Bowl, SNEA, SISTA.
Lyles, Cheryl Elaine, B.A.-Angel Flight, Historian, Dean's List t3l,
Cap and Gown, Musical Madness, Orchestra, Concertmistress,
Union Fine Arts Comm., Military Ball Queen Candidate, Little
Colonel Candidate, Who's Who, Campus Notables.
Lynch, Thomas W., B.A.-Psychology Club, SRI.
Macke, Kenneth W., B.A.--Dean's List l5l, Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Debate, Vice-Pres. Soph. Class, Student Senate, Spring Weekend
Executive Comm., Intramurals.
Macmillan, jane Anne, B.S.-Newman Club, International Rela-
Maddix, Ora T., B.S.-Dean's List l1I, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Admin.
Management Society, Pres., Dean's Student Advisory Comm.
Maglinger, Charlotte Ann, B.S.-S.N.E.A., ACE.
Maglinger, Gary LeWayne, B.A.-Dean's List til.
Mann, Mary Catherine, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Recording Secy.,
Marchant, David Douglas, B.A.-Bi Sci Club.
Martin, Paul A., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Admin. Management
Society, Treas., Varsity Band.
Mather, Thomas L., B.S.-PSE, Hughes Hall Treas. IM Director,
Intramurals, Hughes Hall Coach of the Year.
Mathieu, Angie Carlene, B.A.-SEA, Treas., BSU, ACE, Young
Matthews, William Laurent jr., B.A.-Dean's List lil, Lambda chi
Alpha, Musical Madness.
McDaniel, Beverly jean, B.A.-Dean's List lil, SEA, ACE.
Mclntire, Sharon, B.A.-ACE, Dean's List l8l.
Mead, james Lee, B.S.-Phi Mu Alpha, Chaplain, Newman Club,
Musical Madness, Engineering Club, Symphonic Band, Marching
Band, Cadet ofthe Month, Bachelor of the Year.
Michel, jennifer L., B.A.-ACE, NEA, Sigma Kappa, Kappa Kappa
Kappa, Secret Forest, President, "Plough and the Stars," Assistant
Director, Social Vice-Pres. Brentano Hall.
Miles, Gary Brian, B.M.E.-Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Secy., Vice-
Pres., Symphonic Band, Chamber Orchestra, Drum Major,
Millay, Stephen Douglas, B.A.-Newman Club, Sigma Phi
Epsilon, May Day, Musical Madness, IFC Representative, Intra-
Mitchell, Gary E., B.S.-Dean's List lil, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Intra-
Moll, George joseph, B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Sgt.-at-Arms, Tau
Kappa Epsilon, Spring Weekend Carnival Booth Chm., Varsity
Cross Country, Varsity Track, Intramurals Tennis Champ, Intra-
Mominee, Patricia Bredhold, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List
l2l, Newman Club.
Moore, Irma lea n, B. S.
Moore, limmie Buchanan, B.M.E.-Phi Mu Alpha, Parliament-
arian, Treas., Marching Band, Orchestra, Choral Ayres, Varsity
Band, Phi Mu Alpha Dance Band, Musical Madness.
Morris, Sondra L., B.A.-NCAS, Secy., SNEA.
Naberhuis, Steven Louis, B.A.-Dean's List l11I, Kappa Mu Ep-
silon, Phi Kappa Phi, ACS, Vice-Pres., Hale Hall Secy., Honorable
Mention Atlantic Monthly Contest, Outstanding Frosh. Chem.
Student, Campus Notables.
Nalin, Mary Carole, B.A.-Dean's List l1I.
Neal, Beth T., BA.-Tri Kappa, Young Democrats, Treas., SNEA,
ACE, MSM, Phi Mu, Panhellenic Rep. for Pledge Class, Ritual,
Union Social Core Comm., Union Finance Comm Vice-Chm.,
Icebreaker Queen Court, LCA Crescents, Intramurals.
Neukam, Carol Ann, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, IVCF, Young Repub-
Newman, Cinda Louise, B.A.-Little Sisters of Minerva, Chaplain,
Vice-Pres., Dean's List lil, Young Republicans, French Club.
Niethammer, Charlotte M., B.A.-ACE, SNEA.
Oskins, Cindy lean, B.A.-SNEA, Union House Comm.
Overby, Mary julaine, B.S.
Pascoe, Kathy R., B.S.-Phi Mu, Social Chm., NCAS, Activities
Chm., Union Dance Comm., Pep Club, Quarterback Club,
Basketball Queen Candidate, Mardi Gras Queen Candidate, May
Day Queen Attndt., Musical Madness, Varsity Cheerleader.
Paulen, lohn Thomas, B.S.-Dean's List l1l, Blue Key, Pi Sigma
Epsilon, Treas., Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scholar-
ship Award, Intramural Softball Award, Intramural Football Award,
Warden, Correspondent, Treas., IFC Delegate, Musical Mad-
ness, SGA Athletic Comm., Miss U of E Comm., Religion in
Campus Life Comm., Student-Faculty Publications Comm.,
Varsity Track, Intramurals, Who's Who, Campus Notables.
Pearce, Pamela lean, B.A.-Angel Flight, Drill Leader, Executive
Officer, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Little Sisters of Minerva, chi Omega,
Personnel Chm., Balfour Rep., May Day Comm., Intramurals.
Pearson, Ealine Nanette, BA.-ACE, SNEA, SGA Comm., Moore
Hall Corridor Rep.
Pennington, Patricia Anne, B.M.E.-Sigma Alpha Iota, Social
Chm., Recording Secy., Acapella Choir, Senior Class Secy., Moore
Hall Chaplain, Publicity Chm., Student Senate, Campus Leaders,
Who's Who, May Queen Candidate.
Perigo, Linda L., B.A.-Dean's List l4I, Marching Band, Varsity
Peter, Martha A., B.A.-Spring Weekend Comm., Franklin House
Phillips, Doris Ann, B.S.-Kappa Pi, Dean's List l5l, Union House
Pierrard, Geneva Ann, B.S.-Newman Club.
Plaford, Gary Ray, B.A.-Psi Chi, Vice-Pres., Dean's List 457,
Psychology Club, French Club.
Plank, Martha Ellen, B.A.-Dean's List l1i, ACE, SNEA, Chi
Omega, Assistant Pledge Trainer, Pledge Trainer, Vice-President,
Musical Madness, Campus Choir, University Theatre, Campus
Chatter, Union Dance Comm. Chm., General Chm. President's
Ball, Who's Who, LinC, Intramurals.
Plymate, Iudith Ann, B.A.-Pep Club, Vice-Pres., Little Sisters
of Minerva, Treas., Alpha Omicron Pi, Activities Director, Vice-
Pres., Pledge Trainer, Pledge Class Secy., Musical Madness, Frosh
Vice-Pres., Union Finance Comm., Spring Weekend Carnival
Comm., Basketball Queen Court.
Polly, Beverly, B.A.-Newman Club, ACE, SNEA.
Porter, Donna Lee, B.S.-Pi Delta Epsilon, N.C.A.S., Treas., Pub-
licity, Debate, Phi Mu, Corr. Secy., Secy., Pledge Class Social
Service Chm,, Chapel Choir, Musical Madness, Union Finance
Comm., Pep Club, LinC, Crescent, Miss EC Candidate, Gridiron
Show, Psych. Dept. Secy., Basketball Queen Chm.
Prince, Rebecca Ann, B.A.-Cap and Gown, Dean's List t3J, NEAC,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Recording Secy., Pledge Class Treas., AOPi of
the Month Award, Musical Madness Dir., Rush Party Chm.,
Leaders Council, Musical Madness, Concert Band, Marching
Band, Homecoming Comm., May Day Comm., Spring Weekend
Comm., Union Personnel Chm., jr. Class Treas., Student Senate,
Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart Court, Intramurals, Campus
Leaders, Who's Who.
Pullin, Thomas Michael, B.A.-Dean's List ISI, Alpha Psi Omega,
Phi Kappa Phi, French Club, Lambda Chi Alpha, Scholarship
Chm., Ritualist, Musical Madness Dir., Musical Madness Ir. 81 Sr,
Coordinator, College Theatre, "Chinese Wall," "Midsummer
Night's Dream," "Misalliance," "Hamlet," "Ondine," "Rhinocer-
os," "Plough and the Stars," "Reynord the Fox," "Tom Saw-
yer's Treasure Hunt," "Eager Heart," "Arms and the Man,"
"Marat!Sade," Who's Who, Campus Notables, Alpha Psi Omega
Senior Drama Award, Intramurals, LinC, Campus Chatter, Fine
Arts Festival Panel.
Purcell, Glenda Lee, B.M.E.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List,
l10l, Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-Pres., Pres., Phi Kappa Phi, Marching
Band, Concert Band, Concert Choir, Choral Ayres, Phi Mu Alpha
Rahm, Donna Ray, B.A.-Union House Comm.
Raibley, Stephen Owen, B.A.-Lambda chi Alpha, Social Chm.,
Record, Martha joan, B.A.-SEA, ACE, Publication Chm, MSM,
Campus Choir, Musical Madness, Union Finance Comm.
Reed, Stephen N., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon.
Reid, Chris Ann Hawhee, B.S.-Phi Mu, Corr. Secy, Union House
Rick, Rosalie, B.S.
Rickrich, Lois, B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, NCAS, Publicity Chm., AMS.
Robinson, Mary Martha, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, MSM, Vice-
Pres., Ecumenical Council, Chapel Choir, Campus Choir.
Roedel, Trena Kae, B.A.-WHPER, Pres., WRA, SNEA, Campus
Choir, Chapel Choir, Intramurals Rep., Intramurals.
Romain, Gloria, B.A.-SNEA, ACE, Young Republicans, Musical
Madness, Union Personnel Comm.
Roose, Richard Wayne, B.A.-Dean's List, MSM, Tau Kappa Ep-
silon, Historian, Rush Chm., House Comm., Scholarship Comm.,
Pledge Class Pres., Musical Madness, Chapel Choir, Homecoming
Comm., SGA Del., lnterfraternity De., lr. Class Vice-Pres. Intra-
murals, Campus Notables 8t Leaders Comm., Easter Lily Drive
Chm., Religion in College Life Week Comm.
Ruckman, Charles A., B.A.-Pi Delta Epsilon, French Club, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Historian, Public Relations, Musical Madness,
Varsity Tennis, Crescent, LinC.
Russ, Michael Keith, B.A.--Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's
Russell, Dennis K., B.M.E.-Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Newman
Club, Musical Madness, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, Marching
Band, Phi Mu Alpha Dance Band, Woodwind Quintet, Inter-
Sasche, Harriet Wade, B.A.-Bi Sci Club, Aqua Angels, ACE,
Musical Madness, University Theatre, Children's Theatre, Intra-
Sanders, Stephen Alan, B.A.
Santini, Leo, B.A.-Arnold Air Society, Newman Club, SEA, Mili-
tary Ball Publicity.
Schapker, Alan A., B.A.-Kappa Mu EpSil0f1i DBBTVS List l2lI
Newman Club, Engineering Club, American Chemical Society.
Schitter, Patrick I., B.S.
Schmidt, Eugene, B.S.
sthnapt Marian, BS-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List l2l, Newman
Club, Young Democrats, Zeta Tau Alpha, Scholarship Chm.,
Ritual chm., Pledge Trainer, Pledge Scholarship Award, Musical
Madness' Spring Weekend Comm., Union Social Comm., Intra-
Schuble, David Michael, B.M.E.-Dean's List, Symphonic Band,
Brass Ensemble, Campus Choir, Marching Band, Chamber
Schuh, Rod, BS.
Schultze, Marjorie D., B.A.ADean's List l3l, Pi Gamma Mu,
Young Republicans, French Club.
Seifert, Connie Lee, B.A.fACE, Union Publicity Comm.
Sensmeier, Marina Lucille, BA.
Settle, Earl Franklin, BS.
Shelton, Constance jean, B.A.-Aqua Angels, Pres., WRA, Vice-
Pres., WHPER, UEI, Women's Recognition Dinner.
Shepherd, Richard L., B.A.
Sheppard, Mary Beth, B.A.fDean's List LII, SNEA, Campus Choir,
College Theatre, Union Finance Comm.
Siebe, Charles W., BA.-Symphonic Band, Brass Choir.
Silverman, Leayne, BA.-Young Republicans, SNEA, ACE, IRC.
Simpson, Daren Ann, B.A.
Sivert, Carolyn Elaine, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta.
Small, Samuel Wesley, B.S.-Musical Madness, Pep Club.
Smith, Harold Stevenson, B.A.-Dean's List ill, Lambda Chi
Alpha, Treas., Campus Chatter.
Smith, Keith Allan, B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sergeant at Arms, Pledge Class
Treas., RICL Comm., Intramurals, Varsity Track, Frosh Basketball.
Snider, William Thomas, B.A.-Young Republicans, Sigma Phi
Epsilon, Musical Madness, May Day Comm., Union Entertain-
ment Comm., AMS, Intramurals.
Songer, Gwendolyn M., B.S.-Newman Club, Musical Madness,
Young Democrats, Moore Hall Social Coordinator, Union House
Spaar, Margaret Ellen, B.S.-Aqua Angels, IVCF, Campus Choir,
Spears, Michael E., B.S.-Dean's List, Pi Delta Epsilon, Pi Sigma
Epsilon Public Information Director, Admin. Management Soci-
ety, Public Information Chm., Crescent, LinC, Student Advisory
Comm. to School ol Bus. Admin.
Starkey, Ralph R., B.S.
Steiner, Gail, B.A.-Kappa Pi, Vice-Pres., Aqua Angels, SNEA,
Newman Club, INCA, Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice-Pres. of Pledge Class,
Musical Madness, Union Fine Arts Comm., Campus Choir, Fine
Arts Festival, Halloween "Carve-In" Chm., Intramurals, Crescent,
Stephens, Beth Ann, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Aqua Angels, Union
Stevian, lohn Edward, B.S.-Engineering Club, Phi Kappa Tau,
Rush Chm., Pledge Class Vice-Pres., Intramurals, Marching Band,
Varsity Band, Spring Weekend Comm.
Stockdale, Karen Lee, BA.-French Club, Musical Madness.
Stogsdill, Thomas Mark, B.S.
Swain, Emily Gayle, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, Dean's List LII, IVCF,
Sweeney, Burley Rex, B.S.
Thayer, Linda Diane, BA.
Thomas, Melenna lane, B.A.-Dean's List l4l, ACE, Young Repub-
licans, Union Personnel Comm.
Thompson, Stephen L., B.S.-Pi Sigma Epsilon.
Thornton, janet Grinnell, B.M.E.-Dean's List l7l, Alpha Lambda
Delta, MSM, Sigma Alpha Iota, Corr. Secy., Band Orchestra,
Chapel Choir, Woodwind Quintet, Union Fine Arts Comm. Chm.,
Music Prep School Teacher, Campus Leader.
Toy, Mary Agnes, B.S.-IANS, Union Personnel Comm., Newman
Club, Young Democrats, Nursing Class Treas.
Tucker, Cinda Sue, B.A.-Pi Delta Epsilon, SEA, Chi Omega,
Social Chm., Musical Madness, Union Personnel Comm., Union
Dance Comm., Vice-Chm., Intramurals, LinC.
Tully, Suzanne Hewitt, B.A.-Dean's List ill, Pep Club, Secy.,
Aqua Angels, Alpha Omicron Pi, AOPi of the Month, Little Sisters
of Minerva, LCA Crescents, President, Musical Madness, Spring
Weekend, Union Dance Comm., Women's Council, Secy., Bas-
ketball Queen Court, LCA Crescent Girl Court, Intramurals.
Updike, john Charles, BA.-Pi Delta Epsilon, Pledge Trainer,
Hughes Hall Residence Council, Crescent, LinC.
VanStone, Suzanne Graupner, B.A.-Psi Chi, Secy., Pres., Phi
Kappa Phi, Dean's List l7l, Pi Gamma Mu, Who's Who, Psycholo-
gy Club, Pres., Vice-Pres., Activity Day, College Bowl.
Vote, Patricia Ann, B.A.-Angel Flight, Mil Ball Queen Candidate,
Basketball Queen Candidate, Dean's List, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Chi Omega, Treas., Who's Who, Campus Leader.
Waller, Patricia G., B.S.-Girls ofthe Golden Heart.
Wampler, Dianne Kay, B.A.-Dean's List ill, Kappa Mu Epsilon,
French Club, Chi Omega, Union Comm., Women's Council
Ward, Mary Ann, B.S.-Young Republicans, Union Social Comm.
Warren, Phyllis Lee, B.A.-Newman Club.
Watson, Layne Terry, B.A.-Kappa Mu Epsilon, Treas., Psi Chi, Phi
Kappa Phi, Blue Key, Dean's List, Freshman Math Award.
Watson, Melinda, B.A.-Dean's List l3l, SNEA, ACE, Delta Zeta,
Moore Hall Secy,, LinC.
wedel, Richard D., B.S.-Young Republicans, Pres., Circle K, Vice-
Pres., Vice-Pres., Ind. Lt. Gov., Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge Class
Vice-Pres., Action Party Chm., Musical Madness, Spring Weekend
Comm., Homecoming Comm., May Day Comm., Union Finance
Comm., Union Dance Comm., Frosh Track, Varsity Track.
Wellemeyer, Marcia, B.A.-Dean's List, Angel Flight, Cap and
Gown, ACE, Publicity, Alpha Omicron Pi, Philanthropic, Panhel-
lenic Vice-Pres., Pres., Musical Madness, Frosh Class Secy., Union
House Comm., Who's Who, Homecoming Queen, Betty Coed,
Intramurals, Miss U of E Pageant, Co-Chm., Campus Leaders.
West, Sharon Dee, B.S.-BSU, Secy., Alpha Tau Delta, Pledge
Williams, Sandra K., B.A.-ACE, International Relations Chm.,
SEA, Young Republicans, Alpha Omicron Pi, Pledge Trainer,
Ass't Rush Chm., Musical Madness, C-mpus Choir, Union Core
Comm., Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart, LinC.
Wilson, jack S., 8.5.-Pi Sigma Epsilon, Pres., Dean's List l3l, Mich.
State International Mkt. Competition Team Captain, PSETTE,
Wilson, john Phillip, B.A,-Young Republicans, Hughes Hall Vice-
Wilson, Linda Carol, B.A.-French Club, Newman Club, Preps
Comm. University Theatre, "Midsummer Night's Dream,"
"Chinese Wall," "Take Her She's Mine," "Taming of the Shrew."
Wimpelberg, Nancy Ruth, B.A.-Dean's List, SNEA.
Wineinger, Rebecca Ann, BA.-WHPER, Musical Madness, Intra-
mural Rep., Intramurals.
Winnebald, Carl H., BS.-Lambda Chi Alpha, Alumni Secy.,
Wittenbraker, Carol Gray, B.A.-Dean's List t7l.
Woehler, Cynthia E., B.A.-Dean's List t10J, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Vice-Pres., Phi Kappa Phi, ACE.
Wolf, Michael Lee, 8.5.-Young Democrats, Newman Club, Pres.,
ROTC Sons of The American Revolution Award.
Wood, Kenneth W,, B.S.-Dean's List l3l.
wood, Phyllis, Bs.
Wuster, Carolyn Sue, B.S.-Alpha Tau Delta, MSM, Publicity
Chm., Gamma Delta Treas., Campus Choir, Union Fine Arts
Young, Paula lean, B.A.-Dean's List, Phi Mu, Pledge Class Pres.,
Intramurals Dir., Musical Madness, Panhellenic, Union Finance
Comm., Miss Evansville.
Young, Thomas Evans, B.S.-Young Republicans, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, President of Pledge Class, Social Chm., Musical Mad-
ness, Spring Weekend Comm., Intramurals.
A Beasley, M.-91
Abbott, It-90 Beatty, L,-91
Abernathy, C--90 Beeudway, M.-126
Acker, P.-143,148,165 Beck, R.-129
Adamson, S.-90 BeH,'.1204
Agner, 1.-135 Bell, R.-139
Alden, B--146,217 Bellamy, B.-91,129,12B,130,
Alexander, D.-135 172
Fredric hson, I.-131
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H.tll.ln1 L1 A98
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Haines S -95
Hamilton l '98
lliittt Fisk L -136
Handiiak R -1'Ll
Hannel XX fll'
H irdln D -Q16
Hargraxe l -166,104
Harnlck B 493
Harris it -160,166
Harris, l -1-13
Hart, j -98,132
Hart, R A136
Harte, B -16
Harte M -16
Hartley, lx '-98
Hartman, D -98
Hass, P -168
Hattield, R -145
Hauselman, B -190
Haworth, -'X -98
Haworth, S -138
Haytord, 5 H1-10,168
Haynes, P -145
Hearn, B -137
Heath, A -98,12-1,125,188
Heines, L -172
Henderson, D -98,132
Hermann, Ci -136
Hert, A -98
Hlnkle, M -98
Hinton, C -133,151
Hlrschman, M -147,180
Hoback, B -98
Hobgood, M -122,127,178
Hodgen, E H99
Holmes, L -210
Hooper, D -99
Hoover, F -175
Hornlck, B '138
Horstman, K -99
Houchins, B -99,137
Hughes, D -99
Hunteman, L -147
Huppert, T -143
Hurst, B -100
lnglehart, l -100,180
lfXll1, Ci -143,144
letters, B -139
lerger, L -155
Lac hen, M.-132,133,153
Lynch, Tom W.-103,132
Lynch, Tom j.-175
Rogers, M,-160,175 A
Saa ri, V.-165
Van de Steeg, S.-172
Van Stone, S,-130,132,138
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