University of Indianapolis - Oracle Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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QU f Q 'vw' if f f 'Q S 1 wx fl 0 f fa P 5:1 7 G x Wx 1 0 3, x1uf..19NP-QM 1' X ,Q Qi - HL X " . 1 X x 943 W1 1 ' 'ff M9 '41 L' J f 1 wh X '-. U fksgf: ' '-uklx gl ,' J 2 X '42 fix 5 , 1 VAZIISNN N Q' 'iii I 3 " W W f' I 1 .Q X I nl ' K , X -I ' fm. -rv ,llll 'KU turf "X 5 N19 Yes, the Worker does have a place in this book. Indiana Central University, being both a nice place and an im- perfect place, always needs work to correct its problems. We all wish some super-being would sweep on in and fix things up for us students. But we still aren't using all the super-human power in ourselves yet-and that's why changes will probably still come slow and piecemeal. Work must go on against those who believe, not in merit, but in 'it's-not-what-you-give-but-who-you-give-it- to' politics. That, in our small way, is why this ORACLE has been prepared with only each one of you students of the 1976-77 school year in mind. This is no public relation tool-this is your book. We hope it makes you feel good. all "- 1. gs if MrT Williams X i'tN'!"5ks..W xv X .f 'Y - L- . y . lggxg . A Z I 5 1 WHAT' HAPPIZNING A ' ICU 6 Interlllde 7 Facultyf 8 , 1 Graduates 124 Winter 40 Organizations 9 1 Underclassmen 155 Staring 56 The Dorms 110 l 4..,..,-,f,..v....,....,..,.....,...,., .,,,.. . ,. - ...'.,,.---.....,...+,, .F ...-.se .,,, -:,..w.-JH,-,.,,,. W- fwxwf- f-. 5 1 3 ' 3 1 ,Q gn,-,..4 ', rf' - -- K, , ' D ? 0 'f I.. X' -,fl-Q". ,' .wi 'S 'f . ' " t , 3. h ima '9'. , if 1 3 ? ., lr Q axe , , 'W A - .Q Y W- ' ff' ' if ' y . gf ' V , ... vm .xy 3.1f .wx 1 , ra. .14Hr P, . , .y el., K , , --,GL L 1 1 A I ,ai , . Nr A V . mdh,m . ALL! FALL! FALL! FALL! FALL! FALL! 6 Art-37 Blood Drive-24 Brown County Day-14 Convocations-38 Cross-Country-19 Elections-32 Evening Division-26 Football-28 "The Glass Menagerie"-12 Golf-18 Homecoming-8 "J.B."-34 Music-23,36 Orientationflllegistration Volleyball-33 Whippet Tennis-22 ,.-nu- 4115 ,pain MQLA 1 The following eiqht noints are a combined effort of the New Dorm Nen's Pesident Assistants to nromote the general welfare of our dorm through the re-emnhasis of the following school policies: l. There will be no 'jinginqu of the elevator subject to payment of damages unon violation. 2. Extreme care should he exercised to avoid damage to our 'home.H Damaves will he charped to individuals resnonslble. 3. Use of resnonsible disrretion should be exercised in the dorm oertairlng to noise, esneciallv re- garding loud music. 4. The locked northwest doors should not be nronpad open in an effort to avoid theft and vandalism. 5. We are obliged under contract to report all instances of on-campus drinking andlor use of illegal drugs. 6. Gambling Hcasinosn will not be allowed. 7. A recent nolicy cf the Dean's Office nrohibits the burning of incense in the dorm. B. Offensive and boisterous lanpuage will not be tolerated in the lobby. 9. HScoping' is allowed onlv during the'lone1v hoursu between 9-ll n.m. Over and above the re-emphasis of the above eipht rules, the pvrnose of this distribution is to leave offenders without excuse. Sincerely, K1 1 f"::T 's 'fu-if 'U ,.gffC, L , n , N .ff U-,ith-W Q-.Cm J. 9 0 Hia M .W 5 N I . fmiys, ,W f,,.....N, um, . gr? V 1-' l . E E V Y . 1 ES geese 1 2 1-Everybody-the old and the new-reestablishes a new IC each year tthis time from September 10 through the 13th7. Steve Lantz and Jeff Wallace give Cindy Gard a hand with the luggage to open orientation. 2-A room gets full of many things-6556 of which one finds that he or she didn't have to bring to school with them this year. 3-Brainwashing lheh, hehy begins for the frosh . . . 4- . . . to the tune of Flick Wimmer's guitar. 5-Registration this year jammed one hall of Esch, due to some snag-but then, you kind of expect that after awhile. 6-Susan Parr gives greetings to Dr. and Mrs. Sease and to David Huffman. 7-The line for this Sunday annual event gets long, but over 200 frosh manage to get into the Sease home at one time. 8-Dr. Ken Borden totteringly towers over unconcerned giant Karl Beer, outside of Good Hall's registration line. 9-Steve Williams signs in on his l.D. card while a jovial Ken Hottel watches. 10-At the mixer dance, Ed Metheny and Lorna Harris disco on down before the reality of the school year sets in. It only a 9 10 14' V. 1 4 l i l Al, Lv.-W 1f.,,nvwsuwpwsrfrm,. . MW! 4 just began . . . 1 E53 ini: tit as r XY' ' r a- as ""'-5 'S ' i Wg u L Y? 1: - 12-5-qf"Fet 5 w .pfh A ' ,bn ,V 3- Q :U I . .al 4? 1 IFQ X, ' 1 ,W 5 -B s ,e ,r.:fIt':.j ".' 1 . " - ' y -'L 1, I . S ' . ,V , 1 it er? . l f ,. 'P , 4 , ,, I l .r 'UK -.4-'1",'lf, MX -9-...Q Q r W 'FP - .133 r as wg QS? -m"i...tf9L V - as: l m" ' .... E ,K W5 ...l 1? am Q tn 1. XQM, .,.,,.-- - ny 1 5 x X, vi . , +I'-X "'ft :R '42 , Y.-,t:. , f f f 5 wt. ' WK , k f I ,X . S f if x i X xox X X g , K I Q X e XX X ' 01, ix 4 Q 5 M 'Q' NS is it 3 I ' X X vw XR X is Q .I .. pn ,M : . K X. -:L-3' . fix "fn ' X 4351 ' Things weren 't always this good at Homecoming! Q - -' -P' WY "I iv. 'YW' '. 'wa ' 4' Y ,V .,,,t.",5 if , .., " , It V . l, 9 " 1, . . . l :lii i.r"y!ixih:f?g- Alf gf' 4 -! ., V -V ... gr. 1... pf -3 - X H Ni ull , V1 .3 '54 . QEMI A z an vm A H R- f A 1 KJ ij -wr" wi" - ,- J. - I 1 2 - -S LEFT: Queen Elaine Driscol. ABOVE: Brigida Stygar, Karol Payne. BELOW: Frani Goodrich, Melia Brooks. 3 4 3 5 PAGE 8: 1-'Coach' Mike Watkins gives final instructions to his Junior-Senior team before Sept. 28's Powder Puff ballgame kicks off . . . 2- . . . but Pam Clayton and the Frosh-Soph team dug out for a 13-7 win. 3-Alum wrestler Vince Flecker can't shake off lC's Dave Kilmer in the Sept. 30 Alumni-Varsity meet. 4-Dr. Bill Bishop does the roasting during the Oct. 1 Convo Faculty Roast, while Mike Mills, WTHR-TV's Bob Gregory, Dr. Richard Lugar, Jim Brunnemer, Dr. Lynn Youngblood, Leo Miller, Sue Ann Gilroy, and Mike Watkins wait their turn. PAGE 9: 1, 2, and 3-Vicki Ellis remains the constant college prez's wife, while the Kninht of the White Castle, Greg Hernandez 115, 'chief' Doug Weber 125, and Shane Harrington Q31 the caveman act in the champion Junior skit. 4-Also featured in that same Junior skit was coach 'Dangus Fricason' fChet Ferrellj. 5-Susan Holdren, Linda Turner, Dave Baker, and Deb Overbey, part of a 'faculty' group, give it a go for the Freshmen on that same evening of Sept. 28. 6-'Mayor' Dave Rees ponders the problems of his wild western town, as the defending champ Seniors tried for two in a row. 6 AL A f' 1 Q 1' 1 2 3 4 5 PAGE 10: 1-Tom Richardson zeroes in on the ice cream and syrup served at the Oct. 1 lce Cream Bash . . . 2- . . . after he and many other Centralites rocked the gym in hopes of a successful Pep Rally . . . 3- . . . led by Cheerleaders such as Julie Howe, Tlna Renihan, and Rlck Marshall. 4- Sometimes you catch it: Deb Hampton her eye on the pie thrown over the barrier by Jeff Green . . . 5- . , . but sometimes you don't: Junior Teresa Swanson comes away from this new SuperStar event with a delicious face, as Rick Marshall decides to help clean it. 6-Central Council president John Prasser takes his tum in the Krannert Library cornerstone ceremony. PAGE 11: 1-Dianne Driscol waits for fellow freshman Jon Maxwell to hop on down ln hls sack, so that she can get going in the race. 2-Some St. Joe boys let Jerry Throgmartin in on just how the ballgame was going to end up. 3-Steve Nontell waves the white flag lJoe Allenl for lC Grand Prlx winner and defending champ Larry Hathaway, as George Wilson, Mark Adams, Steve Clodfelter, and Mlm Smith look on. The race took place Oct. 3. 4-Greg "Manny" Hernandez had no trouble kicking the ball while Pam Clayton held it, during the SuperStar event, but he was stunned when he tried catching it in the multi-stunt relay. The Seniors won the overall SuperStar tltle on Oct. 2, the morning of the St. Joseph's game. .Nm 1 3 11 , . ... , , A x Q .kfby-' y.,,.s,,, 'yf , .,. , ix -- F T gfxj fl mv. f". l ,J A xi ' - ,s,....x. A is xi. ,. 4 M f "' 'I' 4.x N v , ., . .. -N5 M NG: ,mA XGA, gy gf ' 15, 8' XI' .gvt 2 K 4 - 1 -- 3 4, Q ,Q ' ' , 'Q 'Q' fx 'I -f ' I I N 4 . ' " . 4 "2 ' has 'f a X iv I . 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Robinson as Tom, her Son Karen Ream as Laura, her Daughter Tom Kennedy as Jim, the Gentleman Caller GLASS MENAGERlE's Production Staff: Richard A. Williams, Producer and Direc- tor 'fr Brenda Maxwell, Assistant Director it James W. Ream, Technical Director sir George Arndt lll, Assistant Technical Director 13' Larry Lynch, Stage Manager it Jim Davidsen, Assistant Stage Manager it David Lotland, Master Stage Technician -it Sue Smart, Master lighting Technician it Howard Kello, Master Sound Techni- cian 'A' Deborah Sargent, Costume Mistress 15' Paula Swengel, Properties at Susan Richardson, Make-up Mistress -A' Brian Cummings, House Manager it Pat Maple, Box Office Manager it Lou Gerig and Paula Swengel, Publicity. 1-Amanda's plans of freeing Laura through the love of a 'gentleman caller' come crashing down when the 'caller', Jim, finally discloses his engagement. 2-Delicate and fragile as the glass 'menagerie' of animals she collects, Laura has retreated too far from life: the play focuses on the effort to break through her isolation. 3-The conflict between the past lived by Amanda and the future dreamed of by her son Tom makes up the other focal point of the play. 4-After finally being freed by the kindness ot the well-meaning Jim, Laura is shattered by the news which Amanda will soon know herself. 2 3 l g li. N x 5 w, , ON 5 ,XX ii ,sfwng A Q: X nt X .v X 6 Q 1 .N . 1- ' Nw.. .5 'X 1531 gpgf ii Fi' X . ggi, ff. '35 E, - A ii sk is , - .-,Q A we 5 ' Qgj f . my fe Wx. x 5' A. gif, S X A X if Q 'N X . .Q . 3 H 3 . 5 4 . if 'sm , EN? Q f . X ln Brown County, it's just one big hearty party ,wp an -..- , , .--1. W 5 -vials 45 L inn Q7 51. , Q,-c..,.... ' 5, -V z ., ,. N- A. H -Q ML .lurk I 'ls-...f..L-,.L NENH' X LL ...A Y H .I "h ' A' "-l..,., lc., 5-X H K - ' -- A-4 . ,W , 11, .rn A ls M: 5-.vhs .g..N 1? ' I ts ' A - f-- . ,, -wy- lWlPvW-,.:se,1,..t., Q . " 4.-M, , -, - ss 1 2 4 3 PAGE 14: 1-From the moment this sign greeted us on Tuesday, October 12, we knew it was a good day. 2-Some talk and some eat, but everyone's casual on Indiana CentraI's of- ficial mid-week holiday of the fall. 3-People rove back and forth until the picnic shelter area is littered with IC humans. 4-Time out for togetherness: Bob Bogardus and Gayle Castledine. PAGE 15: 1-Chris Keller, Diane Soule, Marina Divan, Fayetta Burcham, and Arlene Cassiday, seniors all, rest a bit after dinner. 2- lt's not the Motor Speedway, but 'first in line' for the grub are Tammi Albert and Steve Nontell. Mrs. Joan Persell does the can-can to the rear. 3-Here are part of the group that didn't make it up front quite so quick. 4-With Deb Harper observing, Jim Davidsen sends a frisbee scuttllng across the sky. 5-Robin . Drumm slowly wolfs down a caramel apple. 6- With one frisbee in front already, Ron Barrick goes for a second one. 7-Working with kids sure brings out the swingset lust in Humanics majors Dave Wooden tpusheel and Doug Weber tpusherl. 8-Tired and stretching are Terri Stucker, Pam Clayton, and Corinne Graham. '3 . . ,- N ix 4. L ' H N ,Q DKK. in - "'NtiL'vl , . m 5 , ,I V. rv. I f , ee. A gm." A 3.5, .X 144-9 2' B 4 KP . 'M . S w A be 4,,.m.p x Q 'V -1 Y - " M1 1 'Y gas. N. ... jf l 'Qs Q if 4,- in ' P 'Qgf"'?'ff J. 1- fb I 'J : 0, f. I . . 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PAGE 17: 1-Judging by the contented faces, it's a lot of fun to get that food down . . . 2- . . .and it must be just as much fun to watch it come back up again after a ride on this 'Maypole' contraption. 3-Mark Fellmeth takes the snap and relives his old high school glories, as do many others in this hard-hitting toucht?J football game. 4-We like you too, Deb Chastain and Dane Penrod. Jim Farmer also strikes a pose. 5-So relax, do what feels good tand legall, and enjoy the day. lt comes but once a year. See other Brown County action on pages 81 and 83. 3 4 7' VY f . I r rf., l .fi ' . 5 6 We 5 -A 53 F 3' Vfj 7 V14-ml' 331' -1+-, " 1 111 .5-', V, . I uae-'. .gefisr ' 1 ' Q ' . " WP Sl-, , i .. ,. 1 t 'N s, 'Ns...,,,N "G-. ..,A f ,fr ,, . A rg ,M , ., 'I W. ., ' -. .-v A" -'g,,,AYf.u, ,,. A 2 4 ', ., I g g -A , p - ' wg- . , ,. f1LQ,Lwf.'- . -Q "er -2 I x 5345-.fa L ,- Vp, Ku' ,M ,. 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St. Joseph's Invitational at Rensselaer, Sept. 24: VU 386, BU 395, Greyhounds and PC 400, SJC 413. IC medalist: Dave Vlasic, 71. Indiana Intercollegiate Championship, at Zionsville, Sept. 28: BSU 375, ND 377, PU 381, DU 395, BU 396, TU 401, IPFW 402, ISU 404, UE 409, VU 412, Greyhounds 419, WC and SJC 421, FC 423, I- S 428, IUPUI 434, AC 442. Indiana Collegiate Conference Championship, at Zionsville, Oct. 4: BU 616, VU and DU 635, UE 655, Greyhounds and SJC 660. Eastern Kentucky Colonel Classic, at Richmond, Ky., Apr. 2 81 3: Grand Rapids J. C. 951, Shorter, 953, PC 963, Lake County 964, Greyhounds 973, Sinclair 976, Kellogg 1028. Ball State Invitational, at Muncie, Apr. 4: BSU 365, ISU 377, DU 385, HC 409, Greyhounds 413, FC and VU 417, IT 433. DePauw Invitational, at Greencastle, Apr. 9: DU 383, UL 386, BSU and ISU 391, BU 400, Greyhounds 411, FC 424, R-H 434. Indianapolis Intercollegiate Invitational, at Indianapolis, Apr. 11: PU 740, BSU 743, ND 760, Cin- cinnati 762, ISU 763, UL 771, TU 781, BU 793, BU 797, Greyhounds 818, FC 823, R-H 834, IUPUI 841, WC 844, ISU-Evansville 869, Ma 887. Indiana-Purdue-Ft. Wayne Invitational, at Ft. Wayne, Apr. 21: IPFW 386, Ashland 388, TU 393, Greyhounds 394, VU and FC 400, T-S 401, Hil 403, Wright State 403, Kent State-Trumbull 407, Mo 414, GC 426, P-NC 427, IT 439, SA 449. IC medalist: Dave Fleming, 75. Taylor Invitational, at Upland, Apr. 30: TU 377, PC 390, Wittenberg 395, IPFW 400, Greyhounds 405, FC 414, GC and IT 423, Mo 424, R-H 425, HC 431, Bethel 432, Goshen 437, AC 444, SA 449, St. Francis 466. Franklin Invitational, at Franklin, May 2: TU 373, DU 377, Greyhounds 379, BU 393, VU 394, FC 400, NKS 406, I-S 433, SA 448. IC medalist: Dave Vlasic, 71. Tri-State Invitational, at Ft. Wayne, May 5: Greyhounds 391, IPFW Red 397, T-S White 403, T-S Blue, Hll 413, Northwood 415, IPFW Gold 420, Manchester 435, SA 463. ABBREVIATIONS: ACfAndersonl, BSUtBalI Statel, BUfButlerl, DUtDePauwI, FCfFranklinl, GCtGracel, HCtHanoverl, HiltHiIIsdaleI, lPFWtlndiana-Purdue-Ft. Waynel, I-Stlndiana-Southeastl, lSUtIndiana Statel, lTtlndiana Techl, IUPUIQIUPUII, MafMarianl, MofMarionI, NDQNotre Damel, NKSfNorthern Kentucky Statel, PCtPurdue-Calumetl, PUtPurduel, P-NCtPurdue-North Centrall, R-HtRose-Hulmanl, SA4Spring Arborl, SJClSt. Joseph'sJ, TUQTayIorl, UEfEvansvIlleI, ULtLouisvillel, VUtValparaisoI, WCfWabashI. 1-Though eclipsed by new stars like Terry Howard, Dave Fleming, and Dave Vlasic, lone senior George Wilson carried on well. To George, golf is a combination of power, . . 2- . . . accuracy, . . 3- . . . and sensitivity. 4-Well, after solid year-long improvement, good individual scores, and just recent- ly raking some awards, don't Dave Vlasic and Terry Howard have good reasons to grin long and hard? ROW 1-Greg Hauswald, Tony Lett, Chuck Hoover, Mike Drew, Tom Potts, ROW 2-Coach Ken Partridge, Mike Starkey, George Wilson, Dave Vlasic, Lyle Sadler. ROW 3-Terry Howard, Gregg Smith, John Coffin, Bill Steadman, Tim Weigand, Steve Lantz. NOT PICTURED: Dave Fleming. Go if PN crowd' completes reb .FHSK ROW 1-Roger Wright, Kieth Puckett, Dennis McNulty, Dennis Scheele, Erhard Bell. ROW 2-head coach Bill Bright, Herman Bueno. Steve Turner, Gary Atwood, Charlie Sparks, Bill Brewer, student assis- tant Kent Graham. 1-Roger Wright leads Kieth Puckett at home against Wabash. 2- Taking the order-of-finish stick from Carol Black, senior Gary Atwood is done with his part of the St. Joseph's win . . . 3- . . . but ahead of him were Dennis Scheele and Steve Turner. Hokum Karum, at Crawfordsville, Sept. 11-Greyhounds 10, Butler 20, Wabash 24, Hanover 30, DePauw 35, Rose-Hulman 55, St. Joseph's 60. Butler Twin 2ws, at lndianapolislBUl, Sept. 15-Butler 116, Greyhounds 122, Taylor 160, Hanover 205, Wabash 243, DePauw 293, Manchester 476, Bellarmine 504, Ftose-Hulman 627, Huntington 670. Olivet Invitational, at Olivet lMich.J, Sept. 18-Southwestern Michigan 48, Jackson J. C. 79, Wright State 86, Greyhounds 101, Tri-State 102, Taylor 108, Carthage 110, Albion 213, Adrian 239, Olivet 257. Greyhounds 15, St. Joseph's 50-at Indianapolis, Sept. 21 Greyhounds 24, Butler 31-at lndianapolislBUl, Sept. 23 DePauw Medley, at Greencastle, Sept. 25-Greyhounds 20, Hanover 32, Butler 50, Wabash 50, DePauw 62, Louisville 81, WashingtonlSt. Louisi 100, Principia 104, Flose-Hulman 115, Valparaiso 121. Greyhounds 16, Wabash 40-at Indianapolis, Sept. 28 Marion Invitational, at Marion, Oct. 1-Spring Arbor 32, Greyhounds 50, Aquinas 56, Greenville 120, Taylor 131, Indiana Tech 195, Grace 195, IU-PU-Ft. Wayne 204, Marion 226, Goshen 231. Greenville Invitational, at Greenville llll.l, Oct. 9-Greyhounds 21, Westminster 41, Principia 102, WashingtonlSt. Louisi 112, Greenville 142, Millikin 154, Marion 182. Manchester Invitational, at North Manchester, Oct. 12-Greyhounds 23, Manchester 97, Tri-State 111, Anderson 133, Indiana Tech 165, Findlay 177, Grace 177, Marion 199, Goshen 223. Greyhounds 21, DePauw 37-at Greencastle, Oct. 14 Indiana Little State Championship, at Bloomington, Oct. 22-Greyhounds 65, Taylor 70, Hanover 72, other scores not available. Indiana Collegiate Conference Championship, at Greencastle, Oct. 30-Greyhounds 27, Butler 45, DePauw 75, Valparaiso 95, St. Joseph's 148. .qyl 4,0 li-.. .. 'r'1x."'-.-'."-- - . -J. -ftl.eff:"e+' r. S" Lf- V e,'p'.:T ff ss-1-Qt,-755' i wir' . ,Wg 11 Mfr 'J h ',. HQQLP- .av '- A -1. f. ::,,T:N-'lj 1--,,,, r , "-LH M -a ,H : . -' i vf ' ,J t A ". VV., 'rg ,Q , - . - ,J-"wi", AW i ag. ag?-'P ,-, J ' ii' 4 nf- 5 s , 7 - f"' 1 " ' ' 4 we 1' ' 4 ' - i ,-42 ' INK!"- x N' E ' as N ,, 5 1 , :m v i if f . , ,' 3.2 ., .wax--V' say- g ' " , -1 . t vs A . . :ew an-W, ft. 5 A 5 f' P wise ' X ' - .M- -. . A S A , . . 3-s if-4 T' , ,fir "San-:fm-'-1-' V- . . ,-1.-sy 'lliwff-? ' ' L ., us , -.-'1 J + :QM " lfxiiziffftfi .' ' Y -.s--ff :QV . Q -:1'fQl:' fm 'We ' i ' 1 , Plesk mu, Q 5' 'P 1 .five :sem f , ,semis N 'gi 4 SSQQVQS Y . - QQTQ , Q Q 'f. --P - QF. 1- ei -f X N- ' -'Z IKM: . Q' - gf ' ' ' - ' .Q if ,' gf' 4 5' - -tiQkfxl':?i:'fAl' :lx ki ' ul , 1 T Tl, , 'Sv m-Fl' T-V:-X 1141.413 X3 I S lmys- 4. 1- P ,-W: -'51 ms., - 5.12N,,x-Q. 3 3 4 te: -f' ', .5 u -SA 20 , .... fungus. 1 2 1-Steve Turner, Erhard Bell, Dennis Scheele, and Floger Wright have DePauw all packed up. 2- Herman Bueno, the exciting freshman, leads Scheele and Turner up a grade at DePauw. 3- Climbing the hills on the Greencastle course is fun-just ask Dennis McNulty. Charlie Sparks is at the bottom. 4-'Hound coach Bill Bright tends to Herm Bueno after his first-place finish at DePauw. 5-Warming up at the Conference, clockwise from Bill Brewer at far left, it's Sparks, Bueno, Kieth Puckett, Bell, Wright, McNulty, Scheele, Turner, and Gary Atwood. But no one was really warm that day.. . 6- . . . not even bundled-up alumni or "The Girls", who had the benefit of fur and umbrellas. , ,eg 'wx i J x' ' X X if 1 1-Wearing sweatshirts, warmups, ski hats, gloves, and socks on their hands. the lndlana Collegiate Conference fleld roars away from the line on a 36-degree day of freezing rain. IC still had by far the largest group of fans, and you'd better believe they warmed the hearts of the main Greyhound men . . . 2- . . . who flled past with frozen determination: Erhard Bell . . . 3- . . . Herman Bueno, Roger Wright, and Steve Turner. . . 4- . . . surprising reserve Kieth Puckett, who flnlshed higher than half the . . it J yr- ,Q- - W-. if 1 . ' ' . - Y .K . 1 . - . - :----f 2 f so .- - - E , Q ' A 4' V ' ' . ' - - -1 , , , I - .M , g . t g s t y , -sf f- .4"3'Lgxs. mum 4-.ww 2' t' . ' ,.. A N z 'Q 'I L a ,. 1 P 4 Q' 'Q t w. R Q 0 . , 'A V ' at 5? V - W1 V 'Lp ...nn ,A .: . 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".- -n'tT'tZ5f'Q"f1- Z.: 1' ' 1 H A -Q , I -1 Ei W' 1 ' ' y " .-I '54 f ' K. it - l 4- -+ ,gt ga- - a - ' 4 -...- li ,.-gps V ' V-rf' ' e f 'f . 1 2 varsity, and Dennis Scheele and Gary Atwood . . . 5- . . . and elfin Dennis McNulty. 6-After flve miles of total cold, thoroughly wet Greyhound top finisher Steve Turner, thlrd overall ln the ICC, loves the sight of the finish line. 7-Llke we said, Central had by far the largest group of fans. Con- vinced, aren't you? The Conference sure ls-that's 4 crowns in 6 years for the Greyhounds. if "wi" Q- - AN M. E , 'S ' L X 3x 2 .- Q lj, Qi", ,S sl' X -v 71 .. 6 7 3 4 5 21 .gn .QAM .Q ,. if F J' A x A -W . .ff a, -' .. Af .if .3 f, ,.,. . 1- ' Y 1 J 5 N! f its A.,: sk x i f A ,Iggy 'N H' 5' fy' JL 'Courtly' Whippets sport new look, come close to .500 year - Q - .H 5"',..2f"' -41" - 1-"flaw .-An'....v- ,. ' Eileen Walters, Dianne Driscol, Terri Stump, Anderson, and Darlene Wendeln. Purdue-Calumet 5, Whippets 4-at Hammond, S Butler 8, Whippets 1-at lndianapolisllCUl, Sept. Jane Fulton, Maggie ept. 10 17 Whippets 7, Manchester 2-at Indianapolis, Sept. 18 Taylor 8, Whippets 1-at Upland, Sept. 30 Whippets 8, Huntington 1-at Huntington, Oct. 4 Marion 5, Whippets 4-at Indianapolis, Oct. 9 Franklin 7, Whippets 2-at Franklin, Oct. 14 Anderson 8, Whippers 1-at Anderson, Oct. 16 lThe ORACLE regrets that only the Whippet te among the ones shot of tennis action.l am photo was usable IC hears the sound of brass, wind, string, and drum 2 3 1-'Sheer power' is a good, short definition of Jim Edison's ICU Stage Band. Twice a week in Recital Hall, the sounds of Kenton, Brubeck, Ferguson, and other kings of big band jazz come roaring out of these in- struments. 2-Part of the band's right cross is here, in the brass section, John Blessing, Kent Sterrett, Paul Allison, Dave Carpenter, Gary Hamilton, and John Wimmer play it, with bassist Ken Granger behind. 3- Music is an artistic diversion, yet it requires solid concentration from Ken Granger and John Stobaugh. lThe ORACLE regrets that no group pictures of the Symphonic Wind Ensemble or the Stage Band were taken for this yearbookq x 1 s f- C1 1498 25' 4 'V 4 , f .igfgzsfo-'fl' c"' w ii? r-. - -ee-1,s 642,-ef-. 'L ,w.. Gr, 4 c , .wus-fe-J M'- - '-:Cfgye ft A . in-xx, f' G qjf X .3 In f 24 Everybody wins in the 'Blood Drive Game' ":':Nw.,,s- .f , ,,e, -ngzvqrz-,sk .-T X' dx A- X 1 " ' f: 'ma 5 ' N... F E1 -'40 've ' X ' Kms-- v ff :lx b QE ,S gl QX, ,J ,lea , Y,.,. g in ' '55 'Ai gen, 4585 X ,e SX-x if J .2 X XX Q a N " X f K N 5 , f I r ' - V V,-.,I , K1 o 5' ' , ' fi' ' Q o 1 x , 1 E7 ff rife: X. , X 'ww J, F5 Jig . 'v.,,f - V 2- , sggggiskfi ls QAV- 92-E 'K L 1 A B. NPN, , H .x The Alpha Phu Omega Blood Drives: Oct. 21 and March 3. INSTRUCTIONS Meditation cf a Blood Donor Loretta Briggs has her info card typed by APO membersg Chris Keller then submits to a medical questionaire. After Randy Lewis provides the info, Dan Williams offers a sample of his vital fluid for a last test, and Gloria Cutshaw, Mark Claeys, and Dan Mitchell sit with that thing in their mouths, to make I give my blood. Timm csv- H:-Q I give d pint. He cove His :xiii sure they're healthy. Laura Sanchez gets a blood pressure once-over, and then it's time for Mitchell to wait My needie is tiny mc' Sharp, nervously for an open table. Keller receives her tourniquet, nails imge ani fini." My :able is soft cs? ce and, while Camille Goins can't seem to show any vein in order to give, Keller encounters the moment of truth. Many reactions show upg John Hrs Cross rough cw: MA, Fluthroff is all for it, Mitchell pursues a scientific interest, and Mike "Art" My nurses are gen' fr -:nd igygfg Chapman colls it, as usual. His execsutionefs r lei and it 4 And then it's over. Sanchez has to rest before attempting to walk, but The C!0Wd Hppfcufrg my mlm- Deb Hampton is already into the 15:11 moitjeers Hi, Taye, , . . juice and doughnuts. The winners of My pin! is His cf? is Mine fe: cs Jfzs :os ESV J 6, NY?-qi: 1 53:1 tes . , Q im f:.'Z':'R'z'f"f'ff Q' UWT :1: f.T5SYf'JE1 the game find some interesting thoughts on the home square. 6119 A ,... f 2 t Q is C,-6 aa- ab- 'L' O 'IS o E 'ful va Evening Division ln lC's Evening Division helps a multitude, ART-Mr. Gerald Boyce, Mr. Dee Schaad, Mr. Earl Snellenberger. BEHAVORIAL SCIENCE-Mr. Gary Benson, Mr. Raymond Bragiel, Mr. Marvin Henricks, Dr. Owen Keene, Mr. Richard Schroeder, Mr. Richard Sudsberry, Dr. Richard Wiehe. BIOLOGY-Dr. Steven Conant, Dr. Eliseo Delfin, Mrs. Virginia Delfin, Dr. Robert Kent, Dr. Paul Radich. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT-Mr. Robert Barrick, Mr. Ronald Baughman, Mr. Kenneth Benson, Mr. Richard Berry, Mr. Emanuel Bingaman, Mr. William Bissey, Mr. James Bracher, Mr. Robert Bruns, Miss Linda Butrum, Mr. Wendell Campbell, Mr. Doug Dorland, Mr. George Elliott, Mr. Raymond Everson, Mr. William Fisher, Mrs. Linda Fowler, Ms. Barbara Glanz, Dr. Esen Gurtunca, Mr. Gene Harvey, Mr. Ken Hottell, Dr. George Humbarger, Mr. Wilson Hurrell, Mr. D. Veer Khurana, Mr. Joseph Kilmer, Mrs. Ligita Krumkalns, Mr. Wayne Lash, Mr. Otto Lau, Mr. Richard Lewis, Mr. Paul Lucas, Mr. James McKinnon, Mr. Larry Metzing, Mr. John Mullen, Mr. Kenneth Partridge, Dr. Costas Ranos, Mrs. Annette Savill, Mr. Steven Schenck, Mr. Robert Schneider, Mrs. Mary Shambaugh, Mr. John Sharp, Mr. Stephen Shay, Mr. Ken Smith, Mr. Stephen Smith, Mr. Gregory Spurling, Mr. James Stroup, Mr. Henry Taylor, Mr. Thomas Turner, Dr. L. Frederick Van Eck, Mr. James Wilson, Mr. Jack Wodock. CHEMISTRY-Dr. Riaz Abdulla, Dr. Rafik Bishara, Dr. Kenneth Borden, Dr. Rex Souter, Dr. Edward Vondrak. EARTH SCIENCE-Mr. James Abraham, Dr. William Gommel, Mr. Robert Gregory, Dr. Richard Priddy, Mr. H. Merrill Underwood. ENGLISH-Mrs. Virginia Gregory, Dr. Peter Jones, Dr. Allen Kellogg, Mrs. Sue Myers, Dr. David Noble, Ms. Wanda L. Slusher, Mr. John Spoonmore, Mrs. Nancy Tagge, Mr. Hal Tobin. FIRE PREVENTION-Mr. Charles Baker, Mr. Randall Harnish. FOREIGN LANGUAGES-Mr. Julio Avila, Dr. Victor Chiu, Dr. Marga Meier. EDUCATION-Dr. William Bishop, Mrs. Mary Collins, Dr. James Jones, Mrs. Martha Morris. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION-Mr. Bill Bless. HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE-Mrs. Norma Atkinson, Mr. Richard Dart, Dr. Frederick Hill, Mr. Jon Williams. LAW ENFORCEMENT-Mr. Raymond Fairchild, Ms. Paula Lopossa, Mr. Stephen Maple, Mr. James E- MCCEIFT, Mr. Anthony Miles, Mr. James Powell, Mr. Jon Williams, Mr. Mark Yegerlehner. MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS-Dr. Victor Chiu, Dr. Vural Gurtunca, Mr. Gustave Jonas, Mr. Kenneth Kamke, Mr. Thomas Ryan, Dr. Edward Vondrak. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY-Mr. Dennis Bruns, Ms. Deborah Ford. MUSIC-Mrs. Sue Meyer. NURSING-Mrs. Mary Churchill. PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION-Mr. Terry Hallock, Dr. Adolf Hansen, Mr. J. William Novak. SPEECH AND THEATRE-Mr. James Ream, Mr. John Swank. 41.jr,,.' - 5 Wifi ' ' ss-54:-Mgsgftrt. if ,A J 4 - wr fits' 5:- ,F 'gg-zazriixvq-4.g,gi,5A-tl. . ft 5- I Nez:- .J ' i 4' ,g -A K . , , li HUFIS H TSW The Evening Division of Indiana Central-a welcome relief for daytime laborers who want to earn anything from some extra skills to a full-fledged diploma: a royal pain in the tail for many Day Division students who wind up hav- ing to sacrifice some "free time" to get classes that aren't in the Day Division. At the Pendleton Fteformatory, at Eli Lilly, at Irvington, at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, or at 1400 East Hanna Avenue, ICU serves the specialized needs of many students. Some Day Division folk, however, would sure like to effect a change or two to free them from a dual role. egfww, .,..-.f 3: ' xi ,. - A V , . 'isles-M seg!-5 .NR iii!-E I V ,gs VJ 'Tha an l'l"lilSfI",,-s.1J, nn"ff-21451-if-I? ---'55 veile- ' ' J -semi 'qi ' A 'V' 4 2 AJ 2 , I' f X F U ' .L ,- .bqnsxi 1 'H'- . ' . 'P a ' 1: ' fn- ' 51 1 F ' gy 8 ry ff' f. ...NK In , , .Ln 5 ,QJQ gqg J 1529 3- I 'I cf 5- 5 - , , 1 7 4, 1,. ' ss. '----4" Q ' V'-flat ' Q-7 - ,ww ar' L 4 I N. yd Ae, ...L .Y,.. ...M ,-- .. . to L m.mnm,,,,,,,,,,.,.,A 1, , , ,l,: . ,. . .. -we , - . f ffl s Y J M Nalley sets record, thankssto fierce WWW ROW 1-Doug Clark, Dick Nalley, Robin Polk, Dave Overman, Darrell Novak, Carmen Hurley, Kevin Mouser, Mark Rose, Farley Shaffer, Dan Reeves, Ralph Hayes, Brad Crowe, Mike Mills, Bill Willan, Mark Fisher, Lutgring. ROW 6-Brad Clark, Rich Bryant, Jim Brown, Steve Williams, Joe Jester, Mike Sears. ROW 2-Tom Nottingham, Tom Gettert, John Bob Bogardus, Larry Zembala, Gary Sweeney, Phil Gatts, Scott Keeler, Jones, Karl Beer, Joe Gaylor, Al Jackson, Steve Sark, John Peters, Larry Mark Fellmeth, Dick Newhouse, Jim Goetz. ROW 7-Jerry Throgmartin, Barnhorst, Tim Lanie, David Herzberg, Dave Brainard. ROW 3-Phil Ed Perry, John Mallery, Rod Wimmer, Tom Whalls,,Randy Lewis, Steve Payne, Jim Najpaver, Rick Wimmer, Joe Peters, Jett Kirkman, Tom McLean, Kevin Moore, Alex Paternoster, Dave Brokaw. ROW 8-student Zupancic, Dave Sawrie, Mike Burton, Don Pitman, Ralph Reiff, Mark assistant Glenn Howell, manager Mike Reel, graduate assistants Ted Welch, Mike York. ROW 4-Kevin Strickler, Jon Maxwell, Joe Sensing, Crisman and Rod Pawlik, student assistants Bill Turner and Craig Reiter, Tom Largus, Jim Slavens, Dave Cutshaw, Bill Williams, Mike Mach, Dave head coach Bill Bless, assistant coaches Dan Nicoson, Terry Wetherald, Wollman, Steve Armold, Bob Kocher. ROW 5-Dan Williams, Chuck and Gerry England, manager Doug Spaulding, trainer John Roach. Watson, Mark Hetrick, Tim Gerber, John Pattison, Steve Savich, George Greyhounds 21, Anderson 20-at Indianapolis, Sept. 11 1-Our sure candidate for lC's Play of the Year is shown below. On a Greyhounds 26, Rose-Hulman 6-at Indianapolis, Sept. 18 losing day up in Michigan, Hope errs on the run, and, with Tim Laniel63l, Hope 33, Greyhounds14-at Holland, Mich., Sept. 25 Joe Jester122l, Mike Machf33l, and John Peterst66l sealing off the right St. Joseph's 17, Greyhounds 10-at Indianapolis, Oct.2 fHomecomingl side, the 'Black Baron', Mike MilIst21l, gets his hands on the ballfnot visi- Butler 24, Greyhounds 6-at lndianapoIIslBUl, Oct. 9 ble herel. 2-As Bill Willanf88l upends a Flying Dutchman pursuer, and Greyhounds 41, Wabash 6-at Indianapolis, Oct. 16 with Lanie in tow, Mills turns a Hope touchdown effort into a 96-yard Greyhounds 14, DePauw 12-at Greencastle, Oct. 23 'Hound score. 3-Finishing it off, in his consistent way, with Dick Greyhounds 28, Valparaiso 7-at Valparaiso. Oct. 30 Nalleyl24J holding, is freshman Ralph Relff. 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' f -A 2, ',.'2,-,--V-, .-A '--.1 'xl 1- . g ' is v 13' - 9- - Q Q ., 2 -5 rf Ks- ,e-Ir: ie- I is x A ' Q - -'33, 'X 5 'V ' . '. '.,m 'f1 ' ..,,, ' 1 ' f f ' ' ' ,- .fr '73 , : . -4. q,4f,,..t-'lfilllpg' ' ' ' . ,- -. 4, - we .lm -,r U3-' l -.l..., l 'Mi' it r c ' '3 ft W sit- PJ sift ,"'f'g9k t A to ' A" as I 'li-is ' - '!'-A 'ff ' tf F A f 9 so lx 8 K N 5- ,f N 0 .4 e xits V L, I I, wig' is 1- lf. A - f t " .l 'Stas 'A a - ' w- P ?t' 9 - t '- -Q ' E153 'Q - 7 " 5 Sf'-K st" ' 9' 42 1 , -- "qw, .- 56" t, ' 'Q A-Ifiiiti 5 A t-' -9 ,, 4- , 4 WQ- ,,,,,FT . A Q, Q m'fn"""' " 4 V- X .. J llx r t M M M' ' X ' i 4 1 . - ' - -i? f - lQ5 ,,,. - -, 3 fs., "iw -' -' ' - 9 "" " ---' L ea-f-'tt' E- -, p"7?1,1L.f "'33'f'-llc 2i':f'1?z'x - 1- ' ' ' 6 1-Greyhound eyes were on Dick Nalley all fall. In 9 games, he upped his 4-year total to 3,- 559 career yards-more than any other Indiana college kid ever has. Here, against Ander- son, he follows Tom Largus one time . . . 2- . . . and Jim Slavensf27l and Tom Geffertl69l the l next. 3-For the last time, Dick Nalley trots to the bench . . . 4- . . . but, in spite of some high- priced Evansville advertising, . . 5- . . .a new edition of Nalley, freshman Dan Williams, rolls in for 3 TDs against the Purple Aces to cap a fine debut year. 6-Miscast in a fullback role land minus his Silver Shoesj, Darrell "Duddy" Reeves still ripped up the enemy on vital kick returns, as shown here against Anderson. 7-At Valparaiso, Dick Nalley was injured-but not before he broke the record of Purdue's Otis Armstrong on a 70-yard touchdown lateral from Dave Overmanf15l. Here, he takes a more direct route for some yards. 7 29 'mi-1 1117: . -'n lui ' 1 'F s rf- I i . 'W '- "'5., 5 . an ' , V . Q . , Va V 5 M Q4 M, P'-M1 1 f-v. 4 1 H ef," KVM - vsxk, by 6 5 7 8 1 N N" .5 s 5. 1, ,g,,, N :xxj-if L- a.-., ,, .L... .QL Qs,-. .. .,,.1S,: gg.- . 1 1 ,QA A v,,q,..x,,.,., ,. 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A 1 gs , 'Wx' 3, 1 2 PAGE 30: 1-The dark side of quarterbacking: Doug Clark's shoulder gets removed on this tackle from Anderson the missed some gamesi . . . 2- . . . and Dave Overman screams for help when the blockers don't, and wall-to-wall Franklin stormtroopers appear. 3-Flea-sized Larry Zembala looks for room against Franklin, as John Jonest52J and Steve Willlamsl69i move to make the room. 4-Defensive concentration: Dave Wollman awaits the Anderson snap . . . 5- . . . and the payoff: John Peterst66i, Larry Barnhorstt60i, Joe Jestert22J, and Mike Searsf1BJ nail the Flaven runner. 6-Before the day was over, these 'Hound offensive men would have moved Wabash aside to the tune of 418 total yards. 7-Larry Barnhorst lays back into a Wabash-bound punt. 8-The ace of the IC Air Force, Jim Slavens, reels in the first TD of the DePauw win on a 25-yarder from Overman. PAGE 31: 1-ButIer's Kevin McDevitt gets peeled by Dave Wollman-and out pops a football. 2-Who can forget the 'Hound defense which turned DePauw back time after tension-filled time to win the game? Tiger QB Flich Boling won't, as Kevin Mouserf75i piledrives him to the freezing, slushy turf lwith vital aid from his friendsi on the IC 1. 3-ln the fine art of punt-blocking, vet Bill Willan is both picturesque and late against St. Joseph's . . . 4- . . . but soph Mike Mach is split- seconds away from scoring a safety on Franklin. 5, 6-Steve McLean finds a DePauw pass in the middle of nowhere. and, escorted by Phil Gattsl31i, the surprising freshman comes upfield with it. 7-With injuries on both squads, many exciting new stars got their shot fsuch as John Jones, George Novak, and Jerry Throgmartini-here's the best of them, defensive end Kevin Mouser, about to eat Evansville's Jacques Williams alive. 8-Intense defensive backfield coach Terry Wetherald gould siiilre get mad at errors in his area . . . 9- . . . but he could be calmed by things like Phil Gatts's two pass thefts against vansvi e. , .J .. .-'wk , l .i I I uv-,. 5 t , , . ..,.4g 'iq a 'is-u ,lf A-4? , ,A " lie. ,Q 'T ' ' 1 ,f f- 17 ..-L. 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Then-First-Lady Betty Ford came to Indy to open the new Children's Museum fand to do a little public-relations politicking for her husband Gerryj in early fall. She chats here with WRTV's Barbara Boyd. 2-Democratic victor Jimmy Carter did come to town in the fall, but ICU had already been visited the previous spring by First Kid Amy. 3-The nation chose Carter, but Indiana went Republican at the top, headed by Ford, Governor Otis Bowen, and temporary prof Richard Lugar, who went to the Senate. 4-Hail to the chief of ICU-new Central Council Presi- dent Mark Adams, elected in the spring over Randy Caster. 5-Larry Yarrell gives his own campaign speech to an amused Phil Hardwick in front of the Adams giant sign fformerly Schwitzer Centerj. On hand are Charla Cross, Francois Mercho, Pat Poland, and Adams. We elected Ford, Carter, Lugr, and fMark1 Adams Ii IV. J. 4 its , . ,--,.aaL2figimEa.H "' N, in 4 I S F it x Qs ? v J XX-I x, 4 , , 8 ,Ax -X I5 hi if , JU L ' ' H, af Q X .J ,, mf f J K 1 x21 X M ww, V, J.B. by Archibald MacLeish, 1958 The Players: James W. Ream as J.B. Deborah Sargent as Sarah Gary Marks as Mr. Zuss Cameron Manifold as Mr. Nickles Brian Cummings and Tom Kennedy as the Roustabouts, the Soldiers. the Reoorters, the Police Officers, and the Civil Defense Officers Derek Weber as Bildad George W. Arndt Ill as Eliphaz Joe Mitchell as Zophar Susan Richardson as Mrs. Adams Sue Armstrong as Mrs. Lesure Carol Hill as Mrs. Murphy Rebecca Bonham as Mrs. Mabel Brenda Maxwell as Jolly Adams Debbie Overbey as Mrs, Botticelli Kathy Waddle as the Little Girl Barbara Rossman as The Girl Richard A. Williams as the Distant Voice The Prop Persons were Roger Carlile, Susan Richardson, and Susan Armstrong: The Children of J.B. were: Joe Mitchell as Jonathan, Roger Carlile as David, Rebecca Bonham as Mary, Brenda Max- well as Ruth, and Kathy Waddle as Rebecca, The Maids were Susan Richardson and Sue Armstrong. R I' 1 2 1 8. 2-The Book of Job, unlike others of the Bible, has no specified time in which it happened, like this book, 'J.B.' tan updated yet timeless dramatization of Jobt will speak to all ages. Important to the play are Satan and God, who come to life when Mr. Nickles Q13 and Mr. Zuss 421 use their masks. Curse God and die? 'J.B.' says "No!" J.B.'s Production Staff: Richard A. Williams, Producer and Director it Pat Maple, Assistant Director 'A' James W. Ream, Technical Director it Larry Lynch, Assistant Technical Director frRussell Foster, Make-up Designer fr Karen Ream, Lighting Designer and Master Lighting Technician 13' Carol Hill, Costume Designer and Costume Mistress 'A' Jim Davldsen, Stage Manager it Deborah Harper, Assistant Stage Manager 'A' Sue Smart, Master Stage Technician -rr Howard Kello, Master Sound Technician 'rt' Sue Armstrong Properties Mistress 'A' George W. Arndt Ill, Make-up Master sf: Betty Best, House Manager -rr Pat Maple, Box Office Manager -lt' Terry A. Taylor, Coordinator of Slides 'tr Lou Gerig and Paula Swengel, Publicity. 3-Indiana Central Theatre's entry in the 1976-77 American College Theatre Festival, 'J.B.' makes good use of the lines provided by the modern master of free verse, Archibald MacLeish. The lengthy, con- fusing chapters of Job are here distilled and worked into a challenging and understandable statement about Man's faith in God in a mortal world. Below, J.B., Sarah, and their family enjoy their happiness-but Messrs. Nickles and Zuss, the instigators of the play, listen in before bringing on the terrible calamities which reshape J.B., Sarah, and their faith. November 18, 19, and 20 ,..-4 ,inw- . ' 1...:ttr"f'e-+A'-' at 3 W sg' x ps B4 ,m 19 V ., , E. AW" N . 9. . .6 Vx ,IQ G .' .W X ., gig I S ' . 1 1 , + v. . 'ww ' e S S A-if 5 6 if 22 if G 1339 Q' f A' xkizk, ' -'ft i Profs flex artistic muscles, and Nepal pays IC a visit - 3 4 ' 9 A 1 s NX . ,fczbg 'F ?f'l.. s. 6 1 8 J W5 cu t 'iv L 'ki' a' ie' b 9 0, .9 Ig' if 'ff Nm' rg .ls ,., ". -'E---,H F x Q, . .. 5- irrftfl -"i.f"ei'.Q'1 fc f' ,.'.'....h M 1 . '15 'Q-,B '05 .-'Q .- 41 tilfzi 2 '-it-2 - .' S l't."s3e2 it z aft xiii. .. A hi ' . fllj .3-:.:::aji1QaR." fn 7 --, :-ig, .'aC2E?'g',zg.1"'-53, . ' P -,A -' -ta :ll-1-.-4-'-:.','1': j'2iSQr2,fg o- 'I ai 4, 3::'3'ai',"1'.fp:V .-2.-YQ' ff 1'- -A - -.amz-'.s..'1. :f L ' :',-' 4- '. I -, 4-a F- vi?" " ,ml 13.15 1:':,f2Hf.a?1S :g'3,u:.3::f'.x,.s-it p. I. 1 ' '-1: ' -.un - 1. '- . 0 ,1'g EQ: , , gf. f ,l'QfJ:f".2-"B'f:i..'.-'f-. ifT:7fT,l-'ffaffsf ' L .. ffffm- ts ik'-"'-"fix 2. .:,..,,:. 2 Q.. w,' gr: . , . 3 , ' ,Fe xg' ff? 'E h-,, I V- W if 'fi-:-, QQ. 'ij' "1 ' 'I ' ' If ' I I., ',4-can-I L i I. .- 4 . Q--..,.....1A .EI ya -at-' ,-5 5 ,F - it A--"' as. " 'YYY '- g . .wh ibm 'Q ..V'.,.-u, 2 1-From October 3 to 23, the three members of the ICU art faculty revealed their latest creations. Dr. Gerald Boyce works mainly in sllverpoint and foil, with haunting effect. . . 2- . . . Dee Schaad, the pottery wheel-er-dealer, likes earthy sculpture . . . 3- . . . and Earl Snellenberger weaves warmth into his fabric and fiber sculptures. 4-A hand-made Nepalese native carries his burden in doll form. The arts and crafts of Nepal could be seen from November 29 to December 10, due to Tika Thapa's efforts, in order to reveal his country to us as a gift. 5-From the richness of a rug . . . 6- . . . to the terror ofa cloth painting. . . 7- . . .to a moody mask-a small land shows its big art. 8-Dr. and Mrs. Sease flank Tika, who wears modern native dress, as the show opens. 5 -1 'l i l I ,J LJ F H H WP I 'f an -J A- . ilff-1 Q I "'ff.5T-Q al l 'lf 1 R., ly l V g V K' 5 .,... . 2 . 1 I ?. . N H 'I' : l l V .rai " 'S i 'T ' A 'W I 'Z 5 . an Ji r i Rf l rr iq., 'A ' f- ,A':'1" f L " A i! 4 If UN.. C' , 'N.XA xx N. . .W x - '53 . s. , 'Q'-N 0 ws v, . r ' A 'L x sw. O B, T My RNS, sx .5515 .fx v ah riff in ' 5 L -it xx 1 5. . xp, 3 a. 2' ,ff-I f ,Q AQ 3,1 'P' vm. .Aqa,w.'..w - Z .Q ' '- 1 Tfgfaf L N EJ "Brigadoon-46 "GodspeIl"-54 'Hound Basketball-43 Men's Intramurals-52 Music-55 Nurses' Capping-42 Weather-41 Whippet Basketball-51 Wrestling-48 ER! WINTER! WINTER! WINTER! WIN I-ff--NI - N--! MM I 40 I 1 tx Il ri ,BQ l Nb ,V an Jr R it gif! HQ! lb HGLIDAVS A 1 The Winter of '77-we SURE weren't ready for it. 1-Karen Klipsch. 2-Terry A. Taylor. 3-Vickie Denlof. Registration was postponed. After two months, we thought Spring had been, too. DATE January 1 January 2 January 3 January 4 January 5 January 6 January 7 January 8 January 9 January 10 January 11 January 12 January 13 January 14 January 15 January 16 High 18 23 28 31 31 26 24 27 19 14 6 7 20 29 19 -4 LOW 0 1 20 25 9 3 -1 -1 12 -2 -16 -1 -7 24 8 -20 2 3 Hey, it's colder than outside! ifill in with your main similie, profanity, etc.J DATE January 17 January 18 January 19 January 20 January 21 January 22 January 23 January 24 January 25 January 26 January 27 January 28 January 29 January 30 January 31 HIGH O 7 14 20 22 22 26 30 27 31 17 31 7 8 14 4 -rn LOW -20 -16 -1 11 5 -6 4 24 21 7 -2 -11 -11 1 -2 41 za xmaszasw-ff-nm .-wmv GS I'S HU Q, ,Opin C8 GI' Aft' 5 S CU 'luv 'Q H- O 'luv L CU feel fully 'l..1..L.f F...- S we tune' f .Ar K- ' .3 arf. 'L f m 42 ., Q 2 3 4 .Allle,g.,N"v-Q 1 1-February 6 was the time for 101 first-year nurses to receive their caps. CentraI's largest major has this special ceremony of its own as a major recognition for its new folk. 2-Mrs. LeAIice Briggs pins on Gloria Barnes's new symbol as Sondra Badger and Teresa Adams wear theirs flefti and Lovella Brown and Kathy Brown wait their turn. 3-Amy Brower lights her lamp from Karla Brown's. Lovella Brown and Kathy Brown already have light, and Susan Brodie, Sheri Fisher, Cindy Brewer, and Karen Bolton await it. 4-Lamps lit, the final oath is taken by the entire class. ven, Nick e IC .breaks Morehead State 97, Greyhounds 81-at Morehead. Ky., Nov. 27 Franklln 94, Greyhounds 67-at Indianapolis, Dec. 1 Ball State 81, Greyhounds 77-at Muncie, Dec. 3 Illinois Wesleyan 115, Greyhounds 73-at Bloomington, Ill., Dec. 4 Greyhounds 92, Indiana-Southeast 68-at New Albany, Dec. 11 Wright State 80, Greyhounds 68-at Dayton, Ohio, Dec. 13 Greyhounds 74, Capital 73-at Indianapolis, Dec. 18 Indianapolis Classic-two games: Greyhounds 99, Huntington 69-Dec. 20 Greyhounds 104, Taylor 93-Dec. 21 Greyhounds 88, St. Edward's 67-at Indianapolis, Jan. 3 Bellarmine 115, Greyhounds 112, 3 overtimes-at Louisville, Ky., Jan. 5 Greyhounds 88, Wisconsin-Platteville 76, 2 overtimes-at Indianapolis, Jan. 7 St. Joseph's 86, Greyhounds 77-at Rensselaer, Jan. 12 Greyhounds 65, Marian 56-at Indianapolis QICUJ, Jan. 15 Greyhounds 76, Valparaiso 72-at Indianapolis. Jan. 19 Greyhounds 85, Evansville 83-at Evansville, Jan. 22 DePauw 82, Greyhounds 65-at Greencastle, Jan. 26 Butler 84, Greyhounds 76-at Indianapolis fICUl, Feb. 1 Greyhounds 85, Wabash 76-at Crawfordsville, Feb. 2 Valparaiso 87, Greyhounds 79-at Valparaiso, Feb. 5 Evansville 86, Greyhounds 81-at Indianapolis, Feb. 9 Greyhounds 75, DePauw 74-at Indianapolis, Feb. 12 Butler 53, Greyhounds 52-at Indianapolis CBUJ, Feb. 16 Franklin 86, Greyhounds 83-at Franklin, Feb. 19 Greyhounds 90, St. Joseph's 87-at Indianapolis, Feb. 22 1-"Hit the open man", or so they always say in the textbooks-and two 'Hounds are trying to put that into practice in harried game situations at home. Frosh guard Jim Wernke wards oft Marian's man with one leg . . . 2- . . . and Jeff Hanni is set to shovel it off away from Valparaiso. Angus Nicoson took a leave of absence Qlater a disability retire- mentl on December 17, before the Capital game. Bill Bright became head coach. VARSITY: ROW 1-trainer Ralph Reiff, Steve Hodgson, Dave Fleming, Jim Wernke, Dave Ancelet, Elbert Hill, Steve Goddard, manager Tim McLaughlin. ROW 2-assistant ilater heady coach Bill Bright, manager Doug Spaulding, Bill Rogers, Jim Farmer, Tim Bajusz, Bob Buscher, Steve Kahl, Jeff Hanni, Marty Johnson, Kevin Pearson, head coach Angus Nicoson. RESERVE: Jeff West, Jim Brown, Phil Payne, John Pendelton, Terry Howard, Mark Welch, Rex Bauchert, coach Bill Bright. NOT PICTURED: student assistant Will Wienhorst. --,s 5 J' .-1? "' 1 2 43 4 ,,.,, 1 a ,...- 5- N- .' qw? Nt W, S ,Q 1 ' 5 f A -1" "H ' W Q. ,Tl I Q f O o 4 X, up lx K ,gi fx sf 'LQ J E f 3 X 14 i ' 1 V' ' 1 JJ X s ", . '7 Q. .,, dm x ,V Y' 5 ,.Q,!4,.f+ 4-v S+ga7 ffvxrsvwx ., K U i ' 503. A, ,L X X, -' ax? . 3 gx x 1 x. Q. 'Glu V Vi. 4 f"'s, f' f,Q' sf?-x' 'yn n Q fp . .-pw il 1 x , . . 57911 , X, I? mx fl , V 6 f 9, 23 X N 355Q,N?hwk 1 ., 4 , Q v S rg :N 1 M l -Q-Sw HRM. 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'W A5253 fffJT?5 ?'. if ' Q A,. hfef-r V ftx fiii HR iggf ' QA, ll! maI!!'!5lP4iww fx ' .A z i 1 2 l BRIGADOON by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe The Players: Mark Montgomery as Tommy Albright Derek Weber as Jeff Douglas LaDonna Riddle as Jane Ashton Gay Scott as Flona MaClaren Brenda Maxwell as Jean MaClaren David Rees as Andrew MaClaren Don Synder as Harry Beaton Doug Weber as Archie Beaton Joe Mitchell as Mr. Lundie Allen McCormack as Charlie Dalrymple Larry Lynch as Stuart Dalrymple Lou Gerlg as Angus McGuffie James Ream as Sandy Dean Cindy Peters as Meg Brockie Tom Kennedy as Frank the bartender Debbie Overbey as Maggie Anderson, the dancer The Townspeople were Laura Bailey, Bonnie Benson, Brian Brauchla, ' Dave Douglas, Larry Hathaway, 5 Carol Hlll, Jan Hittle, Pam :1't::ii, ' "" ' Kite, Greg Krider, Martha Lynch, , Barb McClain, Fred Mindach, Sharon Rapp, Karen Ream, Sue Richardson, Libby Scoggins, Terri Stucker, and Terry Woods. I v f :Sv Ii'-kg Beautiful 'Brigadoon' gets good response BRlGADOON's Production Staff: Richard A. Williams, Producer and Director it Debra S. Harper, Assis- tant Director and Stage Manager it Elise Marshall, Musical Director 1? Richard F. Dennis, Conductor 'fr James W. Ream, Scene Designer and Technical Director it Cameron Manifold, Assistant Technical Director and House Manager 13' Carol Biddle, Choreographer 'A' Rebecca Bonham, Lighting Designer and Master Lighting Technician 'A' Seth Rossman, Assistant Stage Manager 1? Soo Armstrong, Master Stage Technician ar George Arndt and Kathy Richmond, Properties Masters -fr Brian Cummings and LaDonna Riddle, Costume Masters -it Larry Lynch February 17, 18, and 19 and DSDOYBH Sargent, Make-Up Masters 191 Pat Maple, Box Office Managers fr Lou Gerlg and Paula Swengel, Publlclty. The Orchestra: Corinne Graham, Terri Cass, and Teresa Allen, Vlolinsg Pat Mosley, Viola: Karen Hochstetler, Bassg Patty Pldcock, Flute and Piccolo, Jennifer Pepping, Oboe, Linda Miller and Lynn Roeder, Clarinetsg Karen Sanford, Bassoon: Pat Anderson, French Horn: John Stobaugh, Mark Koenig, and Kent Sterrett, Trumpets: John Blessing, Trombone: Rick Jay, Percussion: Connie Bolser and Kathy Holmes, Piano. 1-lt begins with Tommy and Jeff, two American tourists, stumbling onto the enchanted Scottish town of Brigadoon . . . 2- . . . and it ends with Tommy discovering a timeless true love in Fiona MaCIaren, to the tune of songs such as "The Heather on the 3 Hill", "There But For You Go I", "From This Day On", and-of course-"Almost Like Be- ing ln Love". 3-As Charlie sings about his up- coming weddlng qthe subplotl, his listeners in- clude Dave Douglas, Barb McClain, Karen Ream, Sue Richardson, Terry Woods, Jan Hit- tle, Jim Ream, Laura Bailey, and Fred Mln- dach. 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Greyhounds 27, Anderson 15-at Anderson, Dec. 11 Greyhounds 37, Northern Kentucky State 7-at Indianapolis, Dec. 18 Greyhounds 35, IUPUI 9-at Indianapolis QIUPUII, Jan. 6 Taylor 25, Greyhounds 11-at Indianapolis, Jan. 8 Greyhounds 26, Evansville 14-at Evansville, Jan. 12 Wright State 21, Greyhounds 203 Ohio Northern 22, Greyhounds 133 Taylor 25, Greyhounds 19-at Dayton, Ohio, Jan. 15 Indiana 33, Greyhounds 11-at Indianapolis, Jan. 17 Anderson Invitational, at Anderson, Jan. 21 8 223 Greyhound title-190 iCarmen Hurleyl. Greyhounds 40, DePauw 6-at Greencastle, Jan. 27 Eastern Illinois 37, Greyhounds 15-at Decatur, Ill., Jan. 29 Greyhounds 21, Valparaiso 19: Greyhounds 47, St. Joseph's 0-at Rensselaer, Feb. 5 Greyhounds 27, Franklin 18-at Franklin, Feb. 11 Greyhounds 30, Wabash 13-at Indianapolis, Feb. 15 Wheaton Invitational, at Wheaton, III.. Feb. 18 8. 19. Indiana Collegiate Conference Championship, at Evansville, Feb. 26: Greyhounds BGM, Evansville 85W, Valparaiso 52, DePauw 15, St. Joseph's 14. Greyhound titles-118 iScott Milesj, 142 iTony Starksj, 190 tCarmen Hurleyl, Hwt. fTom Zupancicl. 1-Carmen "Big C" Hurley became the team point leader as injuries rocked the 'Hounds for many weeks. Here, against Indiana, a single leg pickup won't take the man down . . . 2- . . . but a bit of pressure on the other leg will. ROW 1-Scott Miles, Dave Baker, Don Nickleson, Dave Kilmer, Mike Todd, Gerry Kuhn, Tom Smart, Kerry Geesaman, Chuck Hoover, Jim Romack, Tony Starks, Tim Wonnell. ROW 2-Steve Williams, Tom Zupan- cic, Carmen Hurley, Joe Jester, John Horr, Lee Pingleton, Jesse Carrasquillo, Marion Wolfe, Greg Dye, Dan Lutgring, student assistant Dave Wintin, head coach Terry Wetherald. NOT PICTUFIED: Mark Gray. wn in, in, spite of .-sz ix' X... . , 1-A Tom Zupancic-John Wllllams lEvansvlllel match ls really something to behold-especially when it's once again for the Conference crown. The warlord Zupo snarls at the Purple Ace . . . 2- . . . but, after temporary diversions like this one, he emerged once again as the champ. 3-Scott Miles ls in lkneej trouble, and'Coach Wetherald knows it: Valpo's men wait for a forfeit, but Miles went on to win his first 3 4 MM. . ,,. U" ' 'tx s u if 'tl' , 1 51. Q 0' 1 2 Conference title. 4-Experience will help Dave Baker's talents, as he gets stacked by the Evansville ICC champ. 5, 6-The most exciting Conference match belonged to our man Tony Starks, a 14-13 victor over EvansvilIe's Dave Contreras: on his feet l5l or switching for a reverse 161, Starks looks good for IC in the future. 5 6 E l, ll Mgmt 'rg 1 Wmfm-:qagfwww-,,w1:q'f2is:v:93csi'm'g9sw5'a:-2' wr -'-'Q-yr-'-1'-'wg ' V461 ft , , ...l A .1152 'MRM .ily I. "Nq- I 3 7 U -i. is 4.11 1 3 4 'M' 1-Injuries felled men like Mark Gray, Don Nickleson, and most of the other 'Houndsg thus it is that Carmen Hurley Ioosens up totally before the ICC finals. 2-When you position yourself too high over your opponent, usually something happens to you which looks like what Dave Kilmer's going through. 3-Jesse Carrasquillo came up with the fastest IC pin ever-8 seconds-in the season. He lost this Conference semifinal bout, 6 7 I 'S .,-2 1,--sh., f..z1Q esuvqme-wr' 5 lf' ffm' but got third. 4-Wabash has Joe Jester under control-or so it seems . . . 5-. . . until Joe unleashes his 'Gramby Floll' and begins to turn it around. 6-Two tough middleweights advance to the ICC finals: Jim Romack flattens his Valpo foe . . . 7- . . . and Kerry Geesaman wins in overtime against another Valpo man. 'X fix 1 1535 if SL . 'K X x is X 'Ma A ,X Q Z11S?"?Qi ::i.- . X NK X X fb x SN jtl Y' .1 1 . Et li ,-vi' QS 1 2 3 Mens' Intramural B-ball still tops Even though IC men and women play team handball, volleyball, and basket- ball, here's where the action is-at least until the program's expanded. 1-Superb Ben Moore of the Stable Boys, the most exciting player this year in any league, begins this A League final game album by faking around the Skins' Ralph Hayes. 2-Stable Boys sub Den- nis Young has a case of the knock-knees after a hesitant fake . . . 3- . . .while Skins' forward Ed C. Matheny has no doubt about whose rebound this will be. 4-Tough Phil Gatts of the Skins missed the shot-block-but not Dennis Young's body. 5-Five big reasons for the Stable Boys' win: Rich Carroll, being fouled by Jim Slavens lbehindjg . . . 6- . . . Alan Mullenl23j, passing around Ralph Hayes5 . . . 7- . . . Mike Zelinga, on a late layup past Ed Moore5 . . Steve Thomasl7j5 jamming Ed Matheny and Ralph Hayes on a screen5 and the afore-mentioned Ben Moore lwith ballj. Regular Season A LEAGUE-The Stable Boys, 5-05 The U.l.C. Skins and The Cowpokes, both 3-25 Stoney Run, 2- 35 Nick's Rejects and The Hairy Buffaloes, both 1-4. B LEAGUE-The Intramural Basketball Machine, 6-O5 The Hustlers, 5-05 The Flyers and The SharpShooters, both 4-15 The Hole, The O-men, Stoney Run, and Tribe ll, all 3-25 The Beaver Patrol and The Mushrooms, both 2-35 The Top Ekoms, 1-55 The Rimshots, The 73rd Street Hetormed Stickball Team, and Team Massive, all 0-5. C LEAGUE-The Space Cadets, 3-15 The Dunkers and The 76ers, both 3-25 The Hustlers, LePage's Angels, and The Skudbusters, all 2-25 The Krannert Kennel Dog Catchers, 0-4. Final Four A LEAGUE-U.l.C. Skins 68, Cowpokes 665 Stable Boys 67, Nick's Rejects 535 Stable Boys 54, U.l.C. Skins 48 lchampionshipj. B LEAGUE-Stoney Run 96, Mushrooms 565 Intramural Basketball Machine 68, Top Ekoms 455 Stoney Run 64, Intramural Basketball Machine 52 lchampionshipj. C LEAGUE-Space Cadets 40, Krannert Kennel DogCatchers 335 76ers 31, Skudbusters 285 76ers 44, Space Cadets 30 lchamplonshipl. f- Q. ' 1 1-In B League regular season play, the O- men's Terry Stevens can't block Dave Beal's shot for The Hole lespecially not with shut eyesl . . . 2- . . . but Stoney Run's John Cheesman succeeds in both blocking Tribe ll's Jesse Trueblood and in picking up a foul. THE STABLE BOYS: ROW 1-Ben Moore, Rich Carroll, Dennis Young. ROW 2-Mike Zelinga, Bob Bogardus, Alan Mullen, Ken Stancombe, Steve Thomas. STONEY RUN: ROW 1-Jerry Throgmartin, Scott Keeler, John Cheesman, Dan Repass. ROW 2-Tom Potts, Joe Gaylor, Dave Vleck, Dan Mitchell. THE 76ERS: ROW 1-Charles Wimbleduff, Clark Kittle, Dale Dickson, Ken Norris. ROW 2-Gary Hamilton, Bob Mann, Jon Maxwell, Tom Richard- son. 2 .SW g .,, M N vswaawaf FWNQ- 0 7' i X Q ?'i"3 ,:. 3 l ..f , by as "4" Q Ax ,. A, or . .4 ? if i 1 K, ,, if ? JQICJS is Q-Ti ta, .Sv 1-IN FRONT: Brian Cummings. ROW 2- Kathy Richmond, Becky Bonham, Deb Sargent. ROW 3-Cam Manifold, Gary Marks, Chris Miller. ROW 4-Soo Armstrong, George Arndt, Susan Day. 2-Melly Soo Armstrong and Chris Miller condemn the 'ungrateful ser- vant' tKathy Richmondj to 'torture'. 3-George Arndt is the 'brother who has a grievance' 3QaiY1Sf SOITISODG GISS, Waltlfig ITIOFS OI' less iw ' ..., t Ri . t ' T s irnnehr sf s. f :Lf A 1 -C i f 5 i Q Ll . ff' 54 ,J- , Q .W patiently for that one to 'make peace at once with him'. 4-Brian Cummings, as Jesus, puts the essence of God's truth into song. 5-The cast, singing "God Save The People", made learning about God an enjoyable thing. 'Godspell' tours from IC during Lent GODSPELL by John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz with additional music by Peggy Gordon and Jay Hamburger The Players: Melly Soo Armstrong, George Arndt lll, Becky Bonham, Brian Cummings, Susan Day, Cam Manifold, Kathy Rich- mond, Gary W. Marks, Deb Sargent, and Chris Miller. GODSPELL's Production Staff: Richard A. Williams, Producer and Director it Seth Rossman, Assistant Director it James Ream, Technical Direc- tor, Scene Designer, and Sound Designer wi' Tom Kennedy, Assistant Technical Director 'tr Pat Maple, Musical Director 'fr Jim Davidsen, Deb Harper, Carol Hill, and Tom Kennedy, Master Lighting Technicians 'tr Jim Davidsen, Assistant Sound Technician 7'-fi' Carol Hill, Cosutme Mistress fr Kathy Richmond, Properties Mistress -Dr George W. Arndt Ill, Make-Up Master 12 Lou Gerig and Deb Sargent, Publicity. THE ORCHESTRA: Karen Gilson, piano if Rick Jay, drums -A' Ken Granger, Bass 'A' Bill Bruce and Dave Llewellyn, guitars aff Allen McCormack, organ. 5 MUSIC-Performances and events DEPARTMENTAL RECITALS QFOR MAJORSI-October 7 and 213 November 4: December 25 March 3,10,17, and 313 April 5 and 7 DEPARTMENTAL RECITALS QFOR MINORSI-November 183 March 24. ENSEMBLE CONCERTS Symphonic Wind Ensemble and the Stage Band-December 5 and March 27 The Concert Choir-December 11 and April 1 Indianapolis Civic Orchestra-December 12 and April 3 SPECIAL EVENTS Indianapolis Chamber Players-October 18 Collegium Musicum-October 26 and December 6 Central Arts Chorale-November 6 and May 19 The Gregg Smith Singers-November 8 Lieder Recital-November 30 'Amahl and the Night Visitors'-December 8 and 15 "Brigadoon"-February 17, 18, and 19 The Centralaires Show-March 18 and 19 ICU Concert Choir Tour-April 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19 Maxine Mongoose Revue-May 13 Avant-Garde Concert-May 15 GROUP RECITALS Piano Students of William Eltzroth-December 9 Special Instruction Students of Elaine Norwood-May 15 and June 5 DUAL RECITALS John Gates ipianol and David Collins iviolinl-November 7 Susan Rowand lJr., pianol and Christie Miller iJr., mezzo-sopranol-March 22 Vonda Robison iJr., trumpet and John Stobaugh iJr., trumpetl-April 5 Wendy Sullivan iSr., pianol and Kenneth Granger iSr., organl-April 6 George Arndt iJr., bassl and Fred Mindach iJr., tenorl-April 11 Jeanne Fitzgerald iJr., sopranol and Greg Scott iJr., bassl-April 24 Adaline Schemel and Marlin Moman iTwo-pianol-May 8 INDIVIDUAL RECITALS Steve Petry iJr., French Hornl-October 10 Myrna Jones iSr., organl-October 31 Donald Snyder iJr., tenori-November 7 Jennifer Pepping ioboel-November 14 David Rees fSr., tenorl-November 21 James Lamberson iFacuIty, organl-November 22 Janet Walker iSr., pianol-December 14 Eleanor Bricetti iviolinl-January 16 Gary Conway iJr., bassl-January 16 Nikki Macy iSr., flute and pianol-January 25 Marlin Moman ipianol-February 13 Gail Chamberlain isopranol-February 13 Rebecca Noot iSr., mezzo-sopranol-February 22 David Chaille iJr., organl-February 27 Ann Sibley iJr., pianol-March 12 Barbara McClain iJr., sopranol-March 20 John Blessing iJr., trombonel-March 20 John Gates iFaculty, pianol-March 21 and May 20 Rick Jay lJr., percussionl-March 26 William Bruce lJr., baritonei-March 31 Terri Cass iJr., pianoj-April 2 Patricia Mosley iJr., violal-April 7 Patricia Pidcock iJr., flute and pianol-April 12 Jennifer Pepping iSr., oboel-May 1 Adaline Schemel iGrad., pianoj-May 1 I. Q1 IE 51 .iii Iii I4 I AE I A, If 'I 61- 91 L- 116 LUST C017 C025 C010 C053 C065 C073 C087 C093 C105 C117 C135 CMO C153 OFF ALL C175 EEHQEAHBHH TO: All ICU Students FROM: Academic Services SUBJECT: Flexcimester 1977 DATE: November 18, 1976 THE FOLLOWING COURSES HAVE BED! ADDED T0 TE-EEZ 1-'L?.XJ'l'ZESTER COURSE OFFERINGS. ALL COURSES LISTED ARE IN T E 250 SERIES AND THEREFORE HAY SUBSTITUTE FOR TIE SENIOR RELIGION REQUIREFEINT. NO PREREQUSITES ARE REQUIRED. ALL THAT IS NEEDED IS A FOR LEARN ING . Degartment Course ART Sex in Art Kiizg Ceramics Leathercraft BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES The Sociolog of Sex BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AIID ECONOMICS Introduction to Mangerial Sex Secretarial Sex Subsidiary Ledger and Accounts Recievable CHEIKISTRY Sexual Chemistgl EARTH SCIENCES Eartg Desires EDUCATION Supervised Sex for the D125 ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE FOREIGN LANGUAGES Introduction to Pornograghic Literature Skin Flicks HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Methods of Team Sex HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIEVCE Sex Througn the Ages Sex in Washington Course includes a five dey trip to various red light districts in Washington. Field trip cost undetermined at this time due to inflation. TLATI-IICHATICS ATI! PHYSICS Geometrical Sex Perpetual Notion MUSIC Sexual Ensemble NUTl5IHCJ Sexual Nursing Multi-Sensog Sexual Laboratog: CANPUS COURSS................. DSPARTI-l.JiT ZIILL GRA"I' CREDIT FOR THE Z"OLLO'!INO COURSE. Practicum in Sex - An Indegndent Stud! SPEECH A113 THIEATILE Sexual Stud! Tour of Great Britain Limited to 30 persons. Class also must perform in various productions. Instructor Hours Mr. Boyce L Nr. Schaad 2 Mr. Snellenberger 2 Mr. Henricks Li Dr. Hunbarger la Mrs. b'il1er Li Mr. Lucas Li Dr. Brooker li Dr. Gomnel Li Dr. Willey h Ms. Friman Li Dr. Meier Mr. Hiehe li Ms. Stoneburner scarf li Dr. Hill U Dr. Rigrs li Mr. Efooden ll Dr. Chiu ls urs. Marshall h Staff 2 Staff 2 Dr. Sease Li Dr. Williams li S! SPRING! SPRING! SPRING! SPRIN Art-57 Spring Festival-60 Baseball-70 'Hound Tennis-66 Commencement-74 TFHCK-67 Convocations-62 MBI 'CU-61 QNOTE: When two Fleximester courses on sex QBiology and Religion MuS'c"'64 depts.J were offered, Brian Cox and Ken Barden came up with more See HOW They Run"-58 possible offerings, and put many copies in the mail to an amused stu- Softball-73 dent body. The Oracle has reproduced this fine joke above, in fuII.J i " ' .fgf 7' Ql it 2 N 'w t' , ., , o ,A.A. ' s 1 V xx 4-NW ' .Q-f,,,K?i. : -,..- Ek? ,:., 2,1619 tm-M R .X E .5-X .. f' S 1 S' ' 5 . -'-Q' X -.-, , i ' l S X r S 1 -we ., .i ia . w i map' 1 ' ' ' ' - A' . , - fj g lf termite f gg at , Q ggji qq X. 1 1 YQ' . 1 K. , Lbrfjv SN Q M Y A- Wkqnv ryy .zzgbtftf bi N F . y xi . ls, , Q e S i . V X, QAV, i li. .A - W X- ' , A , i t 'ff ik' ,g t X t , e 44 5 f 5 W In T 7 . . q D s, l . ' Y i K i S . - i t qlllm '1 S . i - iiilifi 1 ' r i 'ifrifrn1'1frfyrf'arf Iffefditd biz fe - -N'-0 N-WW, 'W WA VVVVVVA , . g . , ,VW , .tafff.1Ll. 1 6 5 Boone's prints a soft hit,- the students do their own creation 1-An entertaining, colorful, and unexpected show came from Garret Boone, who prints his designs on felt sheets for a soft effect. Three witty pieces were these: a fly, an ant, and a cockroach are the 'Unendangered Species' on a slice of rye bread: 2-The 'Adjustable Self- Portrait', with slots for inserting cutouts of your features: 3-and the moderate view of Robert lndiana's famed 'LOVE' design. 4-And now, the learning process: Charla Cross, basic freshman, reworks her still life. . . 5- . . .and vet Steve Guiliani puts details on what only looks like a broken vase. 6-According to Chet Atkins's hit country song "Frog Kissin"', the bust of Dr. Sease should become a handsome prince-and though we're tempted to say "Fat chance" ijust kiddingj, we can say that these two from the Student Art Exhibition were as well received as their companions. 4 ul-at Ja-+"" .3- 57 58 4 5 Mix well, shake with laughterg and then 'See How They Run' SEE HOW THEY RUN's Production Staff: Richard A. Williams, Producer and Director 'fr Seth Rossman, Assistant Director and Stage Manager ft' James W. Ream, Technical Director 'Br Carol E. Hill, Assistant Technical Director air L. Cameron Manifold, Scene Designer 11' Susan Richardson, Assistant Stage Manager and Master Stage Technician it Jim Davidsen and Tom Kennedy, Master Lighting Technicians if Debra Overbey, Costume Mistress it Roger Carlile, Stage Properties Master 12' Brian Cummings, Hand Properties Master 'tt' Deborah Sargent, Make-up Mistress it Becky Wykes and Susan Day, House Managers 'A' Pat Maple, Box Office Manager it Lou Gerig, Publicity. 1-A British comedy that hits the American funnybone full square, 'See How They Run' made the best after-dinner-theatre surprise in years for IC audiences. We are given an existing conflict of personalities between happy American Penelope and prim Britisher Miss Skillon . . . 2- . . . into which, in turn, are injected such varied characters as the ultra-meek Rev. Toop, the straight-and-narrow Bishop of Lax, . . 3- . . . the desperate, intruding Russian Spy, the comical soldier friend of Penelope's, . . 4- . . . and, finally, the nervous, earnest Rev. Humphrey lbeing led on here by Penelopel. 5-And here's the final product-five English vicars, caught up in a wild chase, neither really knowing who the others are. If you missed this play, people, YOU'RE the losers. March 24, 25, and 26 SEE HOW THEY RUN by Philip King The Players: Debra Overbey as Ida Melly Soo Armstrong as Miss Skillon L. Cameron Manifold as the Reverend Lionel Toop Rebecca S. Bonham as Penelope Toop Gary G. Robinson as Corporal Clive Winton Lawrence E. Lynch as The Intruder Gary W. Marks as The Bishop of Lax Derek C. Weber as the Reverend Arthur Humphrey Greg Michael as Sergeant Towers 2 3 cs F w X, -M 5. 5 wt, , S., tl QQ' 'n Spring means queens for many an IC co-ed 1-Leap Week iMarch 7-123 led to the Spring Festival Queen ceremony this year for the first timeg on March 12, Karol Payne became the lady of the hour, with both last year's and this year's courts on stage with her. 2-KaroI's court consisted of Terri Stucker, Sue Patterson, Marla Wallace, and Vicki Ellis tleft to right, with Payne at far righti. 3-The Queen must be entertained-and the entertainment was up a notch in quality this time. As Dr. Sease went to meet with President Ford ifor whatever reasonj, so Dave Sease's Sease impression goes tback in timel to meet the rather-unlamented ex-President "Nixon" tTerry 2 Stevensl. 4-Frank Langan and Patti Sharkey were among the crowd the previous night at the Sweetheart Dance at Stouffer's. 5-Class entertainment for the Festival was also 1 the forte of organist Jim Vogleman . . . 6- . . .and of the tear- jerking looney tunes of the Faculty Four fDr. Lynn Q' Youngblood, Dr. Adolf Hansen, Dr. George Humbarger, and Rev. Reggie Monsonl. A., 3 4 5 6 .fw if 1 lg fa E? Julie Howe, Peggy Montgomery Laura Bailey, pq 5 Libby Scoggins R-thnx I 'E' I I wif' ' xg, e s-sm "' 1 i l 9' if NX NW Q, KH 'W xr ' 'g tau.. Q 5' fi in Rx N N sf -less ' .ber Yggx . ,X SN X ABOVE-The six Indiana Central ladies pic- tured here competed for the title of "Miss ICU" on May 4-the first step towards becoming both "Miss lndiana" and "Miss America". After the swimsuit, talent, and evening gown sections of the night were done, Libby Scoggins received the crown for a year of representing IC at various functions. 1- lndiana Central even had two coeds among the 33 princesses of the 500 Festival during Mayg freshman Dana Derbyshire made the Queen's Court fthe top fivel . . . 2- . . . and junior Terri Stucker was part of the rest. Tina Renihan, Lorna Harris 2 61 ins .F ,- - 1 Semester 2 Convocations: diversions are again tops PAGE 62: 1-The Class Quiz competition returned for the end of the semester and was very interesting. First, the Freshmen beat the Sophomores, and the Seniors did likewise to the Juniors. At the last convo iabovei, the Seniors-Mark Fisher, Jeff Chansler, Steve Nontell, Paul Ludwig, and Liz Cardona fleft tablet-took a stirring title win over the sharp Frosh quintet-Brad Coats, Scott Van Natter, Frank Spall, Rich Van Rheeden, and Tom Richardson fright tablei. Dr. Marshall Gregory is the MC. 2Q8i 3-ICU '76 grads Vicky Acker- mani2i, Chris Brownifii, and Tim Coats came back with a band called 'Cottonwood'-and were a hit. 4-Dave Sease, P.K. iPresident's Kidi, gaveled the Library Auction to gain needed new Library funds . . . 5- . . . and Ralph Reiff bought a slightly embarrassing spot on Don Hein's WTHR-TV sports show, which was compensated for by front-line tickets for the Pacers. ICU staffers and faculty offered many other unique items and services in the auc- tion. 4 PAGE 63: 1-Elbert Hill makes it clear that "This world was made for all men" in the Black History Week convo, with Bob Penner, Ed Matheny, Dave Bolling, Andrea Henderson, Kevin Stricklen, and Curt Phillips listening. 2-Lorna Harris introduces her mayor, Gary's Richard Hatcher, during that same week. 3-Baron Von Ohlen's drums, . . 4- . . .plus some wailing wind music . . . 5- . . . added to his commanding brass section, took charge of his convo from Note One-and we liked it. 6-Indiana Central students enjoying ballet? Impossible to believe-until the Indianapolis Ballet Theatre flow- ed onto the stage. 7-Even an abbreviated form of "Godspell" makes for thoughtful entertainment. Cam Manifold presents 'Jesus' iBrian Cummingsi to the crowd . . . 8- . . . and, in a musical manner, Deb Sargent is in the aisle, communicating the song "Turn Back, O Man" to her fellow Centralites. 'A' STUDENT CONVOCATION RATINGS WILL BE FOUND ON PAGE 109 191' 2 3 5 4 ix - BLACK s BLA! K 5 4 5 C5211 IV , 4 x .-,.......w.,,..,,.,..,, Wx X-mmm 1, ak a 'A ,gl .' 594 - Q -3 1 9, 'pf A -r , SY Mfg A Q . :ggi A' . , I.-: 9 f. ' 4- " 'fs' 11' Af' . K 'X 5 K , ,ae 3' f ,, '.+ff21w?f4f21if:- M ' , ,-, W. . Q , .I 1 . 'ef gw ,, E9 +?.gg,k fl M Q ', -11.15 q' ' Z X 1 4 -54211 6 ,ea . Xi 'W x NX V iz'-f V-ji On tour, Concert Choir is I1C'g bestadvertisement '21 64 A' ff"E5?:fL3 6850110081 x 'V - Nr -yt .,, 1' -b Qfizeiw KQ.' A '0RQAYx JV r""'42i !' F . is em Q, A , L5 ' r a W 'Vim ,S- + wr ' wi Sf , 2, rs gf if li? f ,A Q. , - V' 1 f , 'W 5 4 ie: Q 'A ,f?l'-fl- 2 . " 1 f 7 .-.L I . 'ffnw mhz: W 'wry-pw s- X112 I W -rf-f':'r'..i. ,-,gpulvPf'f-w -- " " ' I . f ., ..,...-...1---+:- 'U h I .,..,4.......... .,.,.....-....-f1-f'-5-- - -- W . -Y " fr-- .71 -.vf-X' if 'S... 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' TQ Valparaiso 5, Greyhounds 4-at Indianapolis, Mar. 31 , by 'Q "4' Greyhounds 5, Indiana State-Evansville 45 1 'xg-NM M W,NW,5f gg.. 1 Greyhounds a, IUPUI 0-at IndianapoIIsIIUPUIl, Apr. 2 ,M -fs" . ' X' I Q. ,b,1,,,,l DePauw 6, Greyhounds 3-at Indianapolis, Apr. 6 .P 5: - ' ' 2' - Indiana Little State Championship, at Crawfordsville, 9 ,,.', , ,, 'iff Apr. a a. 8-Greyhounds finish 5th. A.i, Indianapolis City Tourney, Apr. 15-Greyhounds finish 2nd. ..f Indiana Collegiate Conference Championship, at Green- castle, Apr. 22 8t 23-DePauw 35, Butler 30, Greyhounds 3 4 28, Valparaiso 26, Evansville 25, St. Joseph's 9. , . 1. Greyhound titles-Jeff West lno. 25, Mark Haltom ino. 41. ajsif' If it " 1 1 M I , -W,-f I I OTHER MATCHES: f Greyhounds 5, Wabash 43 Greyhounds 5, Rose-Hulman 43 -552143-lg! ,hr , Illinois Benedictine 7, Greyhounds 25 Greyhounds 8, fc"f',",ff ' " - Franklin 1. 1- , f' WA ..s:,.i,,s.fA is - - .I Il. ff ' 1 .mg fy F 1, 2-Mark Claeys wound up as No. 1 for the season, and the long- ' ma .swf .. , 8 my 'I' A , Iimbed soph needed all the balance he shows in these photos to do the 1 ' 7 J L job. 3-Kevin Whitacre, who once was king before the hurried Senior year , g Q A arrived, still used all his hard-nosed drive when he played. 4-Wacky ' warrior Mark Haltom picked up his first Conference crown . . . 5- . . . and I I --vb Jeff West racked up his second straight one. 6-New man Dave Kitchell, n , - practicing, was needed by the 'Hound attack and filled that need pretty ig., - is I' wen. W ,N , , . .W e 5 W -- ' i '3,.. 66 5 Q .- we--'. 4 , ,. wi, s , . . .ffl-:Kvf ' , tv 5 x. T11 5 V ' , X ' 'Mx .w 5. .A - ISFXTZ K "-'Sk ' I ' ' 1 . 4 Q- A s - n W' 5 ,ss ,. t NN.. , f wqx 1 ROW 1-Keith Puckett, Mark Fisher, Gary Atwood, Dave Brainard, Mark Hetrlck, Dennis Scheele, Roger Wright, Erhard Bell, Elbert Hill. ROW 2-assistant coach Bill Bless, Charlie Sparks, Kevin Pearson, Mike Weaver, George Novak, Dave Wollman, Tim Lanie, Herman Bueno, head coach Gerry England. NOT PICTURED: Dennis McNulty, Bill Williams. 1-Surrounded by competitors from Taylor, Grace, Anderson, Wabash, and Indiana Tech, Dennis Scheele stays with his group at the start of the Little State mile final. 2-Bill "Mad Dog" Williams gets an easy first against Vincennes in the 880. 3-The discus is visible only as a flat blur from Dave Wollman's hand, as he cuts loose in the Little State. Dave set a new school record in the event with a 162' 11" sling. OUTDOOR SEASON Greyhounds 117, Vincennes 35-at Indianapolis, Mar. 30 Wabash Relays, at Crawfordsville, Apr. 9: Greyhounds win J. Owen Huntsman Outstanding Team award. Greyhound titles- Shot Put iDave Wollman, George Novak, Tim Laniei, High Jump tKevin Pearson, Elbert Hill, Mike Weaverl. Butler 77, Wabash 66, Greyhounds 53-at Indianapolis, Apr. 12 DePauw Invitational, at Greencastle, Apr. 16: Greyhounds finish 3rd out of 12 teams. Ball State 111, Greyhounds 54, Taylor 35-at Muncie, Apr. 19 Indiana Collegiate Conference Championship, at Evansville, Apr. 23: Butler 182, Greyhounds 167'A, Valparaiso 94, Evansville 76w, DePauw 61, St. Joseph's 7, Greyhound titles-High Jump iKevin Pearson, ICC record 6'10"i, Steep- lechase iHerman Buenol, Triple Jump iMike Weaveri, Jav- elin iMike Weaver, Shot Put iDave Wollmanj. Indiana Little State Championship, at Crawfordsville, Apr. 30: Greyhounds finish 3rd overall. Greyhound titles-High Jump iKevin Pearson, LS record 6' 10"l, Shot Put iDave Wollman, LS record 54'l, Steeplechase tHerman Buenol. Greyhounds 111, Louisville 41-at Louisville, Ky., May 3 NCAA Division 2 National Championship, May 26-283 Dave Woll- man takes 1st with a 57' SW' Shot Put: Kevin Pearson iHigh Jumpl 8th, Herman Bueno iSteeplechasei 10th. i i 1 2 3 - " vast' .- . 1. ' 1- . - V- 1 -ff ' . ' .--'wr- 0, ' ' Q - :gl-. '1 tfiigfi "' H . af Vg "g45gLL"' 'S' PM . xggitl -1. ..ft.53.,4- 1225. .rr-Y. .., .., .si . fi: ,IAI - I L . f - 1 3, Mag' .A .. 7 't.,:,.:,z:,..5V? ,- . " -. .V I I., ..,5E52.: iv " "" . "fat-Sf .11 -3 2 , .. ...lg gf!-:Q A flu. j' , I. in ., v V , if Q -f V - f-. . . . 1 I v: '. . ,.. rf ' ' ' - . 1, ire! -1 ' ' 'B' ' "s-Q. 'fe Aff? I, ' E ' wwffwl- is ., , ,.. -,M I Q .X -. ..,. 35 M Q. -. 4 .9- 2 E v 5. if ' '1 R K' vary vc an A us 1 .Q r 'H t ' 3 at ' 'N f ., '-Z'nQ.ar ,Q , . " tw -1. 4, - . .. . .. ..,,.,..-.,,...,,'.,az .4..,, ' N 0 , - 3 H " , g ': . , zz:-. fs' ,. .. '- fir ,. 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PAGE 69: 1-The steeplechase gets a try from Kieth Puckett, Dennis McNulty, and Charlie Sparks, against Vincennes. 2-IC record holder Dave Wollman is at the moment of release in the shot put. . . 3- . . . and Tim Lanie feels the aftermath. 4-Are you a fan of controversy? Then you'Il enjoy these views of Gary Atwood and Herman Bueno running as a team to help Herman win the 3-mile . . . 5- . . . only to have the Little State meet directorland the coach of the race's runner-up, from Wabashi dis- qualify Bueno as Coach England and a ticked-off team watch. 6- Sculpture in the sun: Mark Hetrick at the apex of the pole vault. 7-You've gotta measure any prospective record first-so Don Pitman and Dick Nalley do. Kevin Pearson watches . . . 8- . . . and then curls over 6' 10" of space and bar for the new ICU mark. Records set by Pearson and Dave Wollman did something to offset the injuries which robbed irreplaceables like Rick Parsons, Dick Nalley, Dave Cutshaw, Mark Reiff, and Mike Mills from the Greyhound lineup. 53 5 6 7 ' T- K--izY+n'SSil'!Q1mnE 1 2 7 a 5 Mm 1 Vx. X I nan 'iff ",1,"3"?l,Z.'f1. 1 Y ' iw if ff? ' 5. ". ,V 'A" "1" - -"-' 'Q ' U NW if it f 5 ,, I , if ,'1, 1 2 , ' , 1 ? -J .., ' ,Ji 5 , if ' 5 f V' W ,L 1 1-Oops. Tony Thacker miscues during infield practice, and Phil Hardwick will have to pick it up. 2-In a game, though, there's no room for error, and Scott Lockhart comes from first with a dead eye on this infield fly. Curt Phillips is the spectator behind. 2 QQUQNY if emma M.. "YM-su S-65 " , sf, ' WN gt-4.,vvw:ts.sg,,., .. J t , x I . ' L. . . . ,Q Q , . xp ,. , . ,sf ,- .X s P x gg-4' .f ' as , if- tx 2 X1 N. 2 . Q. - N' ' 3, ,. 'fuliuii . ROW 1-Dave Steele, Curt Phillips, Brian Ehrsam, Phil Hardwick, Darrell Reeves, Dave Vleck, Jim Wernke, Scott Lockhart. ROW 2-head coach Bill Bright, Terry Stevens, Pat Ludwig, Mark Welch, Rusty Good- paster, Scott Keeler, Joe Gaylor, Randy Tolley, Pat Healy, Jim Slavens, 1 Tony Thacker, Tom Potts. NOT PICTURED: student assistant Flon Law- son, Craig Reiter, Will Wienhorst, Dave Overman. Greyhounds B, Rose-Hulman 1, Greyhounds 2, Flose-Hulman 1-at Indianapolis, Mar. 19 Greyhounds 7, St. Francis 2, Greyhounds 17, St. Francis 5-at Indianapolis, Mar. 26 Greyhounds 5, Indiana State-Evansville 4, Greyhounds 4, Indiana State-Evansville 3-at Indianapolis, Mar. 29 Greyhounds 8, Franklin 03 Franklin 13, Greyhounds 8-at Indianapolis, Mar. 30 Indiana 8, Greyhounds Og Indiana 2, Greyhounds 0-at Bloomington, Apr. 8 Butler 5, Greyhounds 15 Butler 11, Greyhounds 7-at lndianapoIistBUl, Apr. 9 Eastern Illinois 17, Greyhounds 33 Eastern Illinois 5, Greyhounds 0-at Charleston, Ill., Apr. 11 Northern Kentucky State 6, Greyhounds 43 Greyhounds 5, Northern Kentucky State 4-at Indianapolis, Apr. 15 DePauw 6, Greyhounds 13 Greyhounds 5, DePauw 2-at Greencastle, Apr. 16 Miami of Ohio 3, Greyhounds Og Miami of Ohio 2, Greyhounds 1-at Oxford, Ohio, Apr. 19 Greyhounds 10, Marion 3: Greyhounds 13, Marion 12-at Indianapolis, Apr. 20 Greyhounds 6, Valparaiso 1: Greyhounds 4, Valparaiso 3-at Indianapolis, Apr. 25 Wright State 3, Greyhounds 25 Wright State 6, Greyhounds 3-at Indianapolis, Apr. 26 Evansville 3, Greyhounds 0: Greyhounds 4, Evansville 3-at Indianapolis, Apr. 30 Huntington 13, Greyhounds 33 Greyhounds 3, Huntington 2-at Huntington, May 3 Greyhounds 7, Anderson 5, Greyhounds 15, Anderson 7-at Anderson, May 5 Indiana State 4, Greyhounds 3: Indiana State 7, Greyhounds 1-at Indianapolis, May 11 Greyhounds 3, Illinois State-Edwardsville 45 Greyhounds 4, Illinois State-Edwardsville 4-at Edwardsville, Ill., May 14 Miami of Ohio 7, Greyhounds 1: Greyhounds 7, Miami of Ohlo 4-at Indianapolis, May 17 Ball State 8, Greyhounds 6: Greyhounds 4, Ball State 3-at Indianapolis, May 20 4.4.-mums... X V, 1-The moods of the bench are many and varied, as these faces show. Visible are Randy Tolley, Jim Slavens, Dave Vleck, Dave Overman, Jim Wernke, Rusty Goodpaster, and Joe Gaylor, 2-Angry words cross the air as Coach Bill Bright doesn't belleve some Miami of Ohio runner is sale. 3-ln the bullpen, two starters-righty Will Wienhorst and lefty Mark Welch-warm up for the dey's games by throwing to Dave Overman 1173 and 'Duddy' Reeves 1111. 4-Tony Thacker gets the high peg over third base during practice. 5-The quiet surprise, Dave Steele, works out at shortstop during pregame. 6-More of the youth core get game time: Jim Wernke watches Brian Ehrsam's pitch. 5 .x ,V 394 5 X. J wi -wawimvfdlvf W-1. ,.M,,,,w . U1 V 2 W1 e I ., xl ,J Ig W, l '- fm M l 10 I it .fm :LIE 'an ' .i, H.-.... ?t '1 ! I ' J We . ...ff-naw, .a.f1 ..,,.. as ,.,1.. -J N . " Q, ,,. . ,V -v-1 .fa B f ? ' V . ' A V 1 ' f 1, . 781' f v tj- 4- , 1, e I 1 'DLS -- .r " . 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Joe Gaylor puts one away to get something going against Butler, as the bench and fans look on. 4-Rusty Goodpaster is out at first, thanks to Butler, while Ron Lawson does the coaching. 5-Fangs bared, Will Wienhorst makes the big stride towards home plate against Wright State. 6-The addition of transfer Curt Phillips was a breath of fresh air for a young 'Hound infield. He and the rest of the 'new look' presented Coach Bright with a respectable .941 fielding average. Here, against ln- diana State, he draws in this relay toss. 7-Later, he comes over from se- cond to find a Sycamore runner stuck between third and home. . . 8- . . . and, with tact and gentle persuasion, he runs him down toward home, where both catcher and ball soon will be. 72 6 7 8 An' Q.. .J 3, 'w t . .,,, . 'L " g , Y 'f P Y . . As. ,. 'tt Nl, '-- J t 9 5.1, Q . 'Y V. RW" . . .- 1 . use ' 'VV N - .-. f b 0 on . '. Mieafibh Lf. e 'Q' -Yft 'ff x QM . ,rx . 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'wr f "X," '- 9 Selina .L ...1f,.L1-!', ,ist "K -2 61-.4'+". 4 1 Whippets 14, Anderson 13-at Indianapolis, Mar. 22 Whippets, 19, Hanover 2-at Indianapolis, Mar. 24 Evansville 16, Whippets 15-at Indianapolis, Mar. 26 IUPUI 18, Whippets 17-at Indianapolis QICUI, Mar. 29 Marian 5, Whippets 2-at Indianapolis UCUI, Mar. 31 IUPUI 34, Whippets 33-at lndianapoIis1lUPUlI, Apr. 5 Indiana 11, Whippets 2-at Indianapolis, Apr. 7 Whippets 24, St. Mary of the Woods 3-at Indianapolis, Apr. 12 Taylor 16, Whippets 7-at Indianapolis, Apr. 14 Whippets 4, Oakland City 3: Franklin 19, Whippets 12-at Indianapolis, Apr. 26 Whippets 8, St. Mary-Notre Dame 75 Whippets 12, Grace 2-at Indianapolis, Apr. 30 Franklin 14, Whippets 4-at Franklin, May 3 IWISO District Tournament: Taylor 12, Whippets 6-May 5 2 w 'N fs NI, as-1' ' N .Yi XS, ,, 19, six- 4 .SEP ,, ax 5 Y . +4 mf' .t.,-"'fI- ' ,,.:,f5 Mtv -l 2 , fan, -' , , 1 - , 449 +V 121.2 pxilfffxf--1 . -- - ' , .- ,. ,tv 1-S ok , K?Nv,'?f F N, -:A . 4-yy 1-3 msg ui ".?': f-'w rt' fx., - ' x 3 - -1-- 4 -44+ 4-,wat s iv 14 . xt --Y-4 ,Qg 5 f Q f??'+:f'f,,.f6,, Ifh. 5.5, x '7lf55":. 4-.S ,. ,I -jttrgx ' t-"' say i ,fm-'.f'N4 Q. 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First, the Baccalaureate service . . . 2- . . . to hear the Reverend John P. Adams invoke the role of God in what has and will happen to each of us, graduates and audience alike . . . 3- . . . and to begin wearing the ceremonial hoods of the day. Dr. Gerald Boyce, Dr. Robert Brooker, and Dr. Robert Cramer do the honors here for pensive seniors Becky Bonham, Mike Cagle, and Liz Cardona. 3 -..........- 1 , ,S 1, 354 SI - N . .4 4 W Q 4 2 3 1-At 4 p.m., it's Commencement time. The main speech . . . 2- . . . came from Rep. Andrew Jacobs Jr. QD-lnd.J -a call for a positive end to crime. 3- Senior president Dave Stowell hands over ICU to upcoming Senior chief exec Glenn Howell. 4-The Class of 1977, assembled together for one day, strides toward the final ceremony. 5-President Sease gave one grad a proper hug and several extra words. Out of order? Not when it's son David being graduated. 6-Portia Ferrell and the other 405 candidates were just as happy to receive proof of their achievement, even without a hug. 7-After the ceremonies, Elvia Solis gets in a picture with her siblings, . . 8- . . . unofficial class clown Dennis McNulty shows us the look of the past. . . 9- . . .and little Miss Granger shows dad Kenny the look of the future. 5 869 75 ,Q 'fwiff , 1vuu"':,. F? g:gH:'.f:,f":':- -gas: ' - s . M INTERLUDE: 19767 being a 20-page magazine of views, thoughts, memories, and wishes which took place on this 76 campus, in color and black-and-white. Relax and enjoy. I I ,'x-y pw, A i 1 vii i x . Rx I? 1' 47 'T li 5 .Q vbl 'i g 5: V -. ,-., - A it Afuwf , xg ff ? fi?-L, 'f. f ' x Hgwf ' I 1 Q '5 ,3Wf4' ffr i X x ,'w,qw,.IE Yiifiiigjzwf Q is- i . .A !':siiL5.,.- N. 'Q ' 'E -' -,z 'gf'f,,1 .f: . i K "1 Sb "5 122 ' ,ffm . 155,59 1 '5' 92 'U' 1. -' A . 5 fi ff .-13 Asif 12-si' 'A 4,12 ix ' T v. 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PAGE 89: 1, 2, 3, 8 4 - On October 7, George Wilson went to Butler and nabbed the Top Dog trophy - and wound up causing some questions to be posed about the significance of the entire affair. 1 - in front, Randy Bellamy, Steve Nontell, Byron Felker, Steve Hoagland, Don Rodenbeckg in back, Wilson, Mark Adams, on Dr. Sease's doorstep. 5 - One and all got some jollies from Mike Mills' student ribbing of some high folk during the Roast in convo. ,IWOUW Wave Deaf' Cd' , , il + , - The rush for publicity may leave us behind J nhl 51:25, 1 is Q, B , CHE Q? time Wfflziivli MMR 7 ? fs' 'E :SF ef .iv 4 JI 2 Y P4 27' ga Av. ,WXNA , 1, ., Q ,"fis"'-Ecifiilfiufgf? ., f , . , if ' -""' ,, V, gm . ' ' ' ze. .',-'z' v- A 1 5 L 24' 1 ' r. s G1 4 'fn 555' 1 xgz Q ': ' mt , m3511 ww dw Wi' wk Uhr 1,,.1.1,,.,,,4114"" gp, M 35-. L .. w w ,sf -' 1- -,w x 'U win' -. fu ' X K xx iq.. 1- 10 LQ 'STE' ' gf- V ,,,,, ' Mu 'I , .x Ari z7H'9"'l9LU - - 4 ff' arf' rd."l." 'X j f x X X . ' 0 I l hm., .Q .I ro-Q.. NGS. Ab u 3 Y X L' 'Q 5 W .. in 3425 F1 4 r I i 1 .w ETWU-1 ,Wm 1-W - , ,E I CH' 3 , ,Q 1 gy ,QL X: W1 , 257 ,-fri y......w gm ng, 'u 'V ' x if-0 Q K x 1 11 I '25, 5 f ' f , ,ali , , , - - , asa: ' r ' 1 A - 1 V 410' 1 fygw' V j g. , Q' I 'IA si 'H 4 RR I q A, 4 in ka' - v A""+ ' Aim., .52 I ff, W V J, ' "f-'N3 V ,-M ,. fx. ar W 5 K, S f Z., in f 'TT ,1i. - You were here on your last vacation, so to speak, before that big workaday world got hold of you. All we of the ORACLE can hope is that you put as much of yourself into it all that you were able to. PAGE 92: 1-Jane Fulton. 2-Jana Hackman 8- Deb Hampton. 3-Mr. lBilIJ and Mrs. lDebbieJ Hizer. 4-Karen Kehlbeck. PAGE 93: 1-Nancy Dinkledine 8l Marti Elshoff. 2-Frank Langan. 3-in nonor of all the stray pets we saw wandering onto our campus this year-especially the Dailey hall dog, Kelly. 4-Brigida Stygar, Shane Harrington, Pat Campbell. Kathleen Lamb, Patti Sharkey. To be a 'student' is always a special occasion. I. 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A PHI O: ROW 1-Rhonda Meredith, Karla Brown, Ruth Gommel, Charla Cross, Luanne Hanna, Larry Lynch. ROW 2-Doug Weber, Gary Robbins, Bob Wessels, Rich Van Rheeden, Admiral Lord, Steve Nontell. A PSI O: ROW 1-Brenda Maxwell, Sue Richardson, Becky Bonham, Dr. Richard Williams, Deb Sargent, Larry Lynch. ROW 2-Carol Hill, Cam Manifold, George Arndt. .,.....-vll X. iff? f any X ' 4 AMERICAN CI-ICRAI. DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION: Brad scan, Cathy AMERICAN CHORAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION. Soutsef G'e9 Scott' MY"'a Jones- Don Snydefy Steve Peffy- PGQQY would-be conductors of the human vocal instrument, they on gomery' know the power of the choir format. ART CLUB: ROW 1-Tim Gregory, Nancy Anderson, Mary Schwartz. ART CLUB: hands Shaping artg draw it, mguld it, paint it, ROW 2-Mr. Dee Schaad, Steve Guiliani, Glenn Woods. ROW 3-Gary Weave it, but put some You into it. Barker, Jim Kemp. BE -'I . I HUMAN BEAN 'ew W -"AA- 1,....N- .V.G.0.V V .LH 'IO El? CD NI 98 11 ASTRONOMY CLUB: science- oriented skywatchersg on a clear night, you can see Mars-or the INB Tower. T Q, Di ASTRONOMY CLUB: Jett Yeager, John nuznroff, num Gommel, Brad coats, Dale SI , Dickson, Dr. William Gommel. 5- IN C0 Q2 CENTRAL COUNCIL: student government on a limited scale-but, thanks to hard, responsible work, the limits grow fewer: Prasser, Coats, and Adams make their three areas active for those who care. CENTRAL COUNCIL: ROW 1-Dean Deb Hunter, Ben Coats, V-P of Religious Activities: Cindy Hege, Secretary, Mark Adams, V-P ot Social Activities, John Prasser, President. ROW 2-Darrell Light, Dr. Ken Borden, Lisa O'NeaI. ROW 3-Jeff Wallace, Bob Wessels, Anne Morris, CENTRAL COUNCIL Karen Kehlbeck, Kerry Geesaman, Ruth Gommel, Dale Dickson, Mike Atkinson, Tammy Hoard, Pat Poland, Paula Ortman. ROW 4-Gary Rob- bins, Tom Richardson, Bob Buscher, Dave Stowell, Ron Zarro, Charla Cross, Joe McConnell, Steve Hoagland. NOT PICTURED: Dave Beal, Melia Brooks, Derek Brown, Elissa Bryant, Randy Caster, Jeff Chansler lv-P and Treasurerl, Kevin Cross, Elaine Driscol fSecretaryl, Mariga Estes, Ms. Alice Friman, Joy Hender- son, Suzie Lamb, Cathy McCarty, Maureen Neddo, Carole Perkins, Dave Rees, Kim Sass, Dave Steed, Teresa Swanson, Jim Sumwalt, Dean Mike Watkins. 'i' 1 Q W ,Q 9 i ie a ewes? lv rs., V--.. 'W nw C-CLUB: ROW 1-Gerry Kuhn, Don Beeman, Kerry Geesaman. ROW 2-Karl Beer, Mike Weaver, Mark Claeys, Bill Williams, Steve Turner, Bill Rogers, with mucho more eligible men missing. CHEERLEADERS: FLOOR LEVEL-Tina Renihan, Chuck Peckham, Steve Meeks, Rick Marshall, John Fetherolf, Chet Ferrell, Bob Wessels, Nancy Anderson. IN AIR-Polly Gauck, Cindy Hege, Becky Lamb ltopl, Julie Howe. v- A "1 'ft 1-.aw af '55 n v.-Q gg C-CLUB: lettermeng one day we'Il get them all in one picture: rough, ready, and sometimes on a scholarshipg sell those cokes and popcorn. CHEERLEADERS: both sexes: the more the merrier, for getting the crowd excitedg form those letters on the floor, fellows: grab your partner and sling her through the air. E 7 33 7H V3 SHHG CD CD CIRCLE K S TEPPEHS S 5 R1 CIRCLE K: service with a Kiwanis touch, a growing thing so far, with more than chili suppers going ony watch for them. CRIMSON STEPPERS: entertainment at athletic events: it gets rough when you keep moving but the sound system doesn'tg true spirit and pep. CIRCLE K: ROW 1-Judy Block, Ellen Stanton, Jane Douglas, Marci Smith, Karen Kalberer, Terri Stump. ROW 2-Jim Sumwalt, Dave Sease, Ron Barrick, Ralph Purkhiser, Cathy Trowbridge, Gerri Torwelle. CRIMSON STEPPERS: TWIRLERS-Jan Berry, Teresa Buckley. ROW 1-Connie Koenig, LeeAnn Kolp, Gloria Cutshaw. ROW 2-Barbara Rossman, Brenda Maxwell, Barb Zimmer. . -...Ye-,, ---.i.,.,+t.f. ill 1 -:ges.-,'..-':- 'J 514, :Qgage -'l -- DEPUTA TION TEAMS f . .f I. 7 x 2 ,en X' .War Q LIVING WATER: John Wimmer. Jan Blaising, Marla Wallace, Mark Montgomery. REBIRTH: Rick Wimmer, Brian Brauchla, Greg Scott, Bill Bruce, Rod Wimmer. lRick Jay on drumsl RISING SUN: Terri Stucker, Marlin Moman, Carol Murphy, Tom Peters. ,M ,lx again 5 4 A I7 IA SN WM H31 1-4-mm m X320 cfgcm :Im SQSE 2340-4 JP SD-493 SVS .4 nw .1332 9:9-4 310m 1CDj:- 333 :ww FF gf-32. :1 Wen 232' 3-Q gg-7:71 :'f1"O CDC 'S-'o JE" 9-9.2 na gee fam: OOO 103' 33: :'3 423' HH tHE Hi IH 2 2 cn M C 2 ES APEES .A. F. ... - .a..,A. .4 "Ai TT "5bv'4 S GI' 01 ESCAPEES: specialized fan clubg working at wrestling meets, screams, yells, delight, and the slap of the mat mean so much. FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES: God's men in a world of contact: not just for the muscle crowd, but for all, Jesus lives. 1 1' :I , It I1 2 -I it 1' X f tv' S A 5 I Lis., E init I 2 . .Milt 2 er :ii EYE H1 2 et: 115 It Eff Nm"xf 11: it 552.5 ggi. I si-Ti ' A EVE kim? if il! i if Sa' I gn ,II .2 x' .E x.. 0 '03 'vw' ESCAPEES: LOW DOWN-Trudy Jester. ROW 1-Lisa O'NeaI, Vicki Ellis, Maria Canter, Becky Lamb, Paula Burke, Maureen Neddo. ROW 2- Mariga Estes, Rita Barrick, Karen Kehlbeck, Debby Anthony, Donna Stoepler, Nina Kistler. FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES: VICTIM-Jon McGIockIin of Butler lboo, hissl University. CRIMINALS-Steve Sturm, Bob Showalter, Jerry Rairdon, Brian Brauchla, Glenn Howell. li.-mmm.. HUMANICS CLUB: ROW 1-Candy Krider, Arlene Cassiday, Janice Black, Kara Stohry, Sabrina Mayberry, Renita Young, Paula Burke. ROW 2-Marti Elshoff, Nancy Dinkledine, Andrea Beckett, Maggie Anderson, Tom Smart, Cathy Burton, Deb Chastain, Dane Penrod, Michele Patter- son. ROW 3-Doug Weber, Mr. Kip Kistler, Bob Wessels, Bill Hizer, Elbert Hill, Gary Robbins, Dave Wooden, Mike Copple, Frank Langan. l.A.Y.: ROW 1-Nina Kistler, Donna Stoepler, Flita Barrick, Paula Baker, Kathy Lamb. ROW 2-Sarah Bloomer, Diana Rivers, Nancy Dinkledine, Donna Whitehead, Wendy Heck, Patti Sharkey. C7 HUMANICS CLUB: human relations folkg it is within their power to guide others to the best in themselvesg builders of 'funky chickens' fsee p. 1485. l.A.Y.: women in service: the name is secret but the deeds are seen by all students. -. .-., . J: CD I' UJ S rf 103 IL EPS P I LL! 4-5 Q if af' .msn MU PHI EPSILON: women's music frat: some projects, and a lot of music lovers. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE: com- ing music profs, mostly classic, but capable of letting their hair down. r""t MU PHI EPSILON: ROW 1-Barb McClain, Cathy Krouse, Jan Hittle, Brenda Maxwell, Teresa Allen. ROW 2-Christie Miller, Pat Anderson, Nancy Shertzer, Loretta Briggs. ROW 3-Debbie Sanford, Mrs. Elise Marshall, Peggy Montgomery, Gail Chamberlain, Jennifer Atherton. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE: GROUNDED-Don Snyder, Carol Murphy, Pat Pidcock, Bill Bruce, Brian Brauchla, Steve Petry, Peggy Montgomery, Cindy Peters. ROW 2-Debbie Asher, Brad Scott, Greg Scott, Myrna Jones. VV 'VF W-al' N I ' " I Y " - ,sa t ,?.'?,. ,., ' ,,,,, .. A 2 gs?-if T51 FX vt I '55 2 it 'Q' lm x 4 P' 104 , I ' X ,, 10: ,wifi rx ' ,4g:.w f.. gh Vx A V ,ML ,fig-Y 'Hardin xX5 " 11.1 Nr, Y F I ,. g sz S . .h .-'- V f v 'J V..-"fl-. ., 1' MA V. M ,X A .Q Sf' . ' At 3. X X ' X . PHI BETA LAMBDA: ROW 1-Sarah Bloomer, Donna Fleuter, Paula Baker, Teresa Camp, Brenda Toliver, Denise Martin. ROW 2-Doug Den- nis, Kevin Whitacre, Ftandy Herbert, Dave Sease, Wally Bryant, Frank Spall, Pete McAllister, Mr. Doug Dorland. PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS AND MINORS: FIOW1-Terri Kleine, Cindy Sare, Eileen Walters, Jean Sachs, Judy Service. ROW 2-Dianne Driscol, Deb Sachs, Lonnie Turner, Lila Grant, Jane Fulton, Darlene Wendeln, Jean Shilt, Debbie Frey. 5.. PHI BETA LAMBDA: business fraternity, business only SEEMS dull-there's a need for itg they bring you that Lit- tle Black Book each year. PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJOFIS AND MINOFIS: 100010 women: Go, Whippetsg dealers in candy and such during games, to make usable profits. 'U ED 'll Ib IN J: m U J: TU !"'l 105 TR LE EF .A .L Q Oi S 41 X. f ff ir 1 '1 V 'A W X- -J---4161 -ua.nmr'41nr -A-A---f-'aim . REFLECTOR: newspaper: no longer a cheap publicity sheet, but a struggling little crusaderg often derided, but seldom ignored. SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT: business majors, at IC, a growing major requires a growing society, activities still emphasize the proper place for red and black ink. Aj., 2 wig, 0321! REFLECTOR: ROW 1-John Ruthroff, Julie Scharfenberger, Paul Ludwig, Liz Cardona, Steve Nontell. ROW 2-Doug Weber, Eden Kuhlenschmidt, Joy Henderson, Larry Hathaway, George Arndt, Mr. Lou Gerig. S.A.M.: ROW 1-Tonda Livergood. Debbie Polen, Ellen Stanton, Camille Goins. ROW 2-Denise Martin, Beth Middleton, Linda Turner, Donna Reinbold, Donita Scheidt. ROW 3-Dave Sease, Carol Black, Tom Clymer, Frank Spall. ROW 4-Mr. Doug Dorland. ,lb " Q31 G ""' ' ' SIGMA ZETA: ROW 1-Dr. William Gommel, Kevin Cross, Karl Beer, Dr. Robert Brooker, Dr. Kenneth Borden. ROW 2-Ruth Gommel, Jean Sachs, Mary Williams, Brad Crowe. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: Cathy Trowbridge, Joe Boes, Gerri Torwelle, Margaret Toliver, Diana Rivers, Jackie Whitney, Sharon Rapp. USN' -mv ,,, A-f- 4 as yt 'JH SIGMA ZETA: science fraternity: have fun while lear- ning the secrets of the universe. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: teachers-to- beg into the ever-changing classroom arena with new ways. S- A XE: 1' " N f tag ? ' X .N k I Q 'ii Y-,': 1 , . ,I e,, Vmmffibsmmus-4' """"t '-sis ,. 58 KXVX IS' V.L3Z V 's '51 I -L Q V NI ur u: S 108 Vi X Q ,N . iv . I I Lk. WICR-FM: radio station, the Fine 89 RadioActive in ln- WICR-FM: FRONT-Tim Gregory, Mike cagle, Jim Sumwalt, Mike dianapolisg adventurous, and Somewhat Creative as a Reed,Venus de Ransburg,Jay Moulton, DerekWeber, LaDonnaRiddle. ahead for the 10 Watt Wonder? PICTUFlED-Many other needed folk. YouNG DEMOCRATS: po- 5.2 liticalg in 1976, the victors nationwide. Eg YOUNG DEMOCRATS: Mark Bailey, O Q Ken Barden. 0 E K. E ' 05 2 YouNG REPUBLICANS: E5 political also, in 1976, the van- S quished lexcept at state levell. Nl CD YOUNG REPUBLICANS: ROW 1-Debby D Anthony, Dave Wintin, Randy Roller, Bob Q. Showalter, Chuck Peckham, Dave Steed. U4 ROW 2-Dan Sease, Joe Boes, Paul m Ludwig, Gary Atwood, Sen. Richard Lugar QR-Ind.J, Wendell Heckman, John Peters. G 5- ,. 5.5.2. n....r.--..L- These rankings are in chronological order, and are taken from the actual student Convocation rating survey, which ranked them as either Above Average, Average, or Below Average. tThe new category titles are ours.i First Semester GREAT: Colin Jackson, 9-29: Faculty Roast, 10-1, Living Water, 10-8: Don Newcombe, 10-133 Flon Hud- son, 11-5, Student Talent Show, 12-33 Amahl and the Night Visitors, 12-8: Drama Department Christmas, 12-10. CON VO ' RA TINGS as referred to on pages 39 and 62. ABOUT HALF: Formal Opening, 9-175 Convocation Committee, 9-24: Elizabeth Cotten, 10-65 Rev. Larry Curtis, 10-155 Mr. Alan Goldstein QArab-Israeli Conflicty, 11-10, Ted Bumiller, 11-123 Rev. S. Wilfred Hodge, 11-19, Joe St Penny Aronson, 12-1. PRETTY BEAT: "An Overview of Native American Art", 9-153 Dr. William Hinton, 9-225 Dr. David Baker lSutphin Lecturesl, 10-20 Bt 10-223 Miss Laura Luz Bacerra, 10-273 Mr. Sami Jadallah tArab-Israeli Conflictl, 11-3, Dr. Harold Cassidy, 11-17. Second Semester GREAT: "Cottonwood", 1-215 Jim VogIeman's Sound of Music, 1-283 Indianapolis Ballet Theatre, 2-25 "GodspeIl", 2-9, Jeff Thompson in "Lift Every Voice", 3-2, Class Quiz QFrosh-Sophj, 3-25: Baron Von Ohlen, 3-30, Class Quiz lJunior-Seniorl, 4-1, Class Quiz iSenior-Froshi, 4-6. ABOUT HALF: Issues Forum: Euthanasia, 1-125 Rabbi Jonathan A. Stein, 1-19, "People and Places of lndia", 1-265 The Howard Hanger Trio, 2-43 Library Auction, 2-11: Mayor Richard G. Hatcher of Gary, 2-16, "This World Belongs to All Men" fBIack History Weekj, 2-18: Central Council, 3-43 H. Ray Buchanan ilnter- national Weekj, 3-9, Jan and Wayne Kreuscher tlnternational Weekl, 3-111 Faculty Forum: Abortion, 3-163 Bishop Ralph Alton, 3-18. PRETTY BEAT: Dr. Cynthia Wedel fShowers Lecturesj, 2-23 81 2-255 Mari Evans, 3-25. Certified Not Pictu red: CIRCLE K: Steve Sturm, Carl Boss, Gary Robbins. HUMANICS CLUB: Paul Hamilton, Steve Miller lFr.l, Scott Overman, Gene Star, Rich Van Rheeden, John Ruthroff. REFLECTOR: Mary Jane Butts, Joni Metcalf: An ORACLE Bonus Organization Picture: RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: PERCH-Bruce Jennings, Dailey. ROW 1- Greg Scofield, Buxton, John Prasser, New. ROW 2-Dale Dickson, Dailey: Eden Kuhlenschmidt, New: Dave Kilmer, Wilmoreq Jeanne Carifi, New. BACK-Larry LePage, Wilmore: Dave Steed, New. NOT PICTURED: Doris Arnett, Sue Patterson, Cathy Trowbridge, Marla Wallace, and Cindy Wasson, Krannert, Cheryl Bevers and Steve Hoagland, New, Sarah Kottlowski and Terri Stump, Trimble, Dan Mitchell, Wilmore. nancy Fearnow, Greg Whitley, Paula Swengel, Pat Anderson. S.A.M: Mark Weigand, Bob Showalter. P.B.L.: Bill Davis, Howard Bloomer, Jean Gardner. RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: the Dean's liasonsg known as everything from 'friends' to 'narcs'g it's a living: they func- tion best with co-operation. fi? 1 , .:'-:-t-gg-t ' Qsslifp, , :cu X "-913155 HR 'QF Qs .Ms Buxton Hall: 56 years old. Dailey Hall: 55. Krannert Hall: 16. New Dorm: 7. Trimble: 54. Wilmore: 51. No matter how old, they continue to live-thanks to the IC horde that occupy them each time around. 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' Q R X as X ' Fa . , f a , K gtllww . .. , 3 ' . , .LL. ,, - 15402322 2 X .. .A , X J N xym X nba. N K . .W .zlzfi 1, ff x, .fryavwwwuf wg-f Mr. i , E 3 Ewa Q ' Qill gut: 'R' 'Bra-s. SCX Q- 5- gat-F IL MORE ILM GRE TWO za, , , f fr X -1 Ir' ff 'iff v .X , six 3 i 3,92 mfg . .QR -sk. . ' wil. BUXTON ONE-VIOLENT MEN: Mike Weaver, Terry Lane, Rick Parsons, Tim Lanie, Mark Reiff. BYSTANDERS: Mark St. Clair, Mitch Ankenbauer, Terry Kinnett, Tom Weaver, Byron Felker. BUXTON TWO-RIGHT TO LEFT: Dave Douglas, Randy Males, Wendell Heckman, Dave Cline, Bill Williams, Steve Turner, Phil Gatts, Jim Lindsey, Greg Scofield, Ben Coats, George Arndt, Dave Willoughby, Un- cle AI, BUXTON THREE-TARGET: Special Guest AI Jackson. MARKSMEN: Gerry Kuhn, Jim Melton, housemother Mary Dillman, Kerry Geesaman. LEFT OVER: Mike Starkey, Mike Drew, Dick Nalley, Jesse Carrasquillo, Pat Healy, Dave Vlasic. DAILEY ONE- ROW 1: Ned Van Emon, Steve Armold,Gary Hamilton, Craig Reiter, Mark Hetrick, Clark Kittle, Rick Taylor. ROW 2: Tom Richardson, Greg Hernandez, Chuck Peckham, Randy Graves. DAILEY TWO-FOLLOW THE NUMBERS: 1-Mark Haltom: 2-Scott Lockhart: 3-Carl Boss: 4-Rick Marshall: 5-Dave Sawrie: 6-Tom Clymer: 7-Fred Mindach: 8-John Cheesman: 9-Dave Vleck: 10-John Jones: 11- Lee Pingleton: 12-cosmic visitor Dave Overman: 13-Kevin Lashley: 14- Mike Chapman: 15-Dave Kitchell: 16-Dan Williams: 17-Jim Erwin: 18-Joe Gaylor: 19-Bruce Jennings: 20-John Fetherolf: 21-Gary Robbins: 22- Ralph Reiff: 23-Tom Nottingham: 24-Dave Beal: 25-Tim Gerber: 26- Shane Harrington: 27-Tom Largus: 28-Tom Geffert: 29-Jerry Cepican: 30-Robin Polk: 31-Karl Beer. DAILEY THREE-WAY DOWN: Randy Roller, Gregg Foxx, John Goben. CENTER CRAZIES: Frank Spall, Rich Van Rheeden, Greg Scott, Scott Van Natter, Chris Miller, Kevin Filbey, Rick Jay, Ron Barrick, Gary Lester, Jerry Anderson. BACK ROW: Brad Scott, Jon Maxwell, Dale Dickson, Steven Miller, Rick Gladish, Steve Osburn, Jesse Trueblood, Brad Coats, Jim Hayes, Joe Boes, Rick Stahlhut. KRANNERT ONE-CLOSET ROW: Karen lvory, Lisa O'Neal, Karen Kehlbeck, Mary Herndon, Dianne Driscol. ROW 2: Donna Arnold, Connie 1qsQc'f:W'-'soft " "Hx: ' ' --L ' .tr 'X,'f"ffP'- 2 1' ' : ff -r' -t a IST- Liv'-1 rests? ,..". , T ' P -'M '23 . w diff! ' ' ' ' ' ' V i " I- fx: a -,z - F 'Viiidt-iivf ' f A . A R-"211??g,l: 3' .+,'6'0 Stapleton, Kathy Simonson, Maria Canter, Sharon Kramer, Glenda Ray, Karen West. COUCH LEVEL: Cindy Stone, Judy Block, Julie Mann, housemother Hilda Bruce, Sue Patterson, Lorna Harris, Toya Dillahunty, Robin Drumm, Linda Zike. FLOOR LEVEL: Charla Cross, Darla Ander- son, Diane Long, Susie Young, Mary Durant, Nancy Stafford, Pam Wager, Cindy Peters. SHELVED: Tammy Hoard, Mariga Estes, Sandy Horan, Debbie Sanford, Judy Beck, Kim Colestock, Jana Turner, Janet Turner, Deb Hampton. KRANNERT TWO-COOL ONES: Paula Hlnebaugh, Beth Middleton, Debbie Workman, Kim Reuter, Jodi Stull, Laurie Powell, Barb Vohrmohr, Robin Couchman. KNEELING: Dawn Gaston, Tina Walston, Anne Peters, Cindy Gard, Sue Fowler, Barb Smith, Regina Dugan, Shree Hlte, Debbie Morris. BENT OVER: Janell Whitehead, Debbie Burkhardt, Martha Boyer, Vlckie Swank, Teresa Buckley, Janice Scroggins. STANDING BEHIND: Linda Gradeless, Ladonna Riddle, Joyce Cleeter, Sheri Fisher, Marcia West, Gloria Cutshaw, Tonda Thomas, Susan Day, Melinda Creed, Judy Brooks, Wendy Heck, Mlm Smith, Vlckle King, Barb Zimmer, Cindy Brewer, Franl Goodrich, Lori Blake. TOP ROW: Marla Wallace, Debbie McElwee, Sondra Badger, Paula Brown, Donita Scheldt, Doris Arnett, Karen Klipsch, Dana Derbyshire, Candy Krlder, Amy Brower, Karen Calvert. KRANNERT THREE-LYING LOW: Rita Peacock, Connie Koenig, Ruth Rose, Susan Holdren, Leesa Clem, Loretta Briggs. TIGRESSES: Donna Whitehead, Jennifer Rennebu, Donna Luedtke, Jane Bentz. KNEE HIGH: Beth Stevens, Paula Ortman, Martha Lynch, Carol Burger, Betty Feemster, Linda Turner, Jana Hackman, Lisa Ellis, Janilyn Mlsklmens. MASS OF CUTIES: Karen Kalberer, Ellen Stanton, Connie Wendel, Rhonda Meredith, Janet Coers, Jessica Dean, Debbie Asher, Diane Torwelle, Dottie Moore, Marci Smith, Linda Bowman, Susan Gent, Teri Beach, Terri Wheeler, Karen Eder, Shelby Klnnlck, Kathy Brown, Yvonne Penner, Joyce Schurtter, Lynn Roeder, Karen Bolton. REAR LINE: Karen Pickett, Louise Farmer, Jami Melloan, Donna Smith, Donna Reinbold, Tonda Livergood, Beth Bast, Becky Johnson, Cathy McCarty. Ruth Kastner, Cindy Wasson, Cathy TrowBrIdge. A A QQ. , . Q : n-x:qg4mvz-tt-.xu..1.-enu.a.1 . wsaasuaa me-. 1- -wuwas-.. NEW MEN ONE-SEATED: Joe Sensing, Tom Wartel, Mike Hawkins. STANDING: Randy Wells, Elbert Hill, Dave Chaille, Bob Penner. NEW MEN TWO-PRIMARY Flow: Ralph Purkhiser, Dennis Roberts, Steve Sturm, Mike Wallace, Rod Stucky. SECONDARY ROW: Darrell Light, Paul Harper, Mark Fellmeth, Doug Spaulding, Randy Tolley, Den- nis Rippy, Ken Stancombe. NEW MEN THREE-FREEMEN: Randy Fearnow, Doug Weber, Farrah Fawcett-Majors. CAGED BOYS, MAIN LEVEL: Dennis Scheele, Bob Hands, Bob Wessels, Jim Farmer, Steve Clodfelter, Tom Wagner, Steve Hoagland, Steve Reimold, Dave Stowell, Mark Weigand, Steve Nontell, alumni guest Jett Davis, Dan Sease. CAGED BOYS, UPPER LEVEL: Tim Weigand, Dave Sease, Marion Wolfe, Jay Jarrell, Jeff Chansler, Dennis McNulty. NEW MEN FOUR-GROUNDED: Carmen Hurley, Mike Mach. LEAD ROW: Scott Miles, Bill Turner, Rex Bauchert, Will Wienhorst, Doug Warner, Mike Atkinson. TAIL ROW: Jeff Yeager, Mike Sears, Tim Sanders, Bob Buscher, Dave Steed. NEW MEIN FIVE-NUTS IN FRONT: Dave Wollman, Doug Clark, Kevin Kessler, Marty Johnson, George Wilson, Dane Penrod aboard Dave Wooden, Mark Fisher. BEHIND IT: Larry Lynch, Don Snyder, Glen Simp- son. NEW WOMEN ONE-SIPPIN' OR SlTTIN': Nancy Resler, Diane Beard, Eden Kuhlenschmidt, Andrea Henderson, Vonna Jones, Linda Caine. COKE LOVERS: Robin DeBurger, Cathy Burton, Karen Hochstetler, Judy Holloway, Darlene Topp. NEW WOMEN TWO-ON THEIR KNEES: Donna Cox, Ruth Muckway, Lee Ann Kolp, Missy Bailey, Debbie Wood. ON THEIR FEET: Melody Stiles, Gail Carlson, Nina Kingery. ON THE SIGN: Holly Hackman, Jackie Busald, Vicki Detlott, Sabrina Mayberry, Deb Jameson, Camille Goins. NEW WOMEN THREE-WAY DOWN: Debbie Chastain, Debby Anthony, Patsy Murray, Dessalyn Morton. KINDA DOWN: Linda Krout, Joyce Crabtree, Marcia Spillman, Gerri Torwelle. HALF CIRCLE: Teresa Camp, Terri Stucker, Pam Clayton, Kara Stohry, Pam Bolander, Terri Harvey, Judy Keith, Mary Jane Butts. TO THE REAR: Donna Reuter, Tina Bowers, Mary Jane Matthews, Cheryl Bevers. NEW WOMEN FOUR-FIDO THE DOG: Marla Rybolt. THE FAMILY, ROW 1: Sue Smart, Kathy Wright, Carma Spicer, Vicki Ellis, Karen Willson, Tina Renlhan. THE FAMILY, ROW 2: Jennifer Koch, Suzie Lamb, Gayle Castledine, Jeanne Bastin, Pam "Granny" Hardacre, Brenda "Gramps" Fudge, Denise Sprunger. THE FAMILY, ROW 3: Carol Davis, Peggy Montgomery, Loretta Arney, Joni Metcalf, Kathy "Ma" Glass, Liz "Pa" Cardona. NEW WOMEN FIVE-FRONT FLANK: Laura Sims, Leslie Sims, Portia Ferrell, Jeanne Carifi, Kathy Waddle, Marina Divan. SECOND LINE: Paula Baker, Rita Barrick, Laura Bailey, Blenda Basye, Diana Soule, Denise Miller. UP HIGHER: Marcia McDaniel, Kristi Pawlisch, Linda Miller, Chris Keller, Becky Mohr. TRIMBLE ONE-ON THE GRASS: Cherie Ditto, Jean Gardner, Mary Wolter, Cindy Geleske, Kris Jones, Debbie Rogers, Dee Boltz, Denise Martin. CHORUS LINE: Martha Gregory, Kay Ford, Toni Naumann, Kathy Murphy, Vicki LaRoche, Donna Ray, Callie Koenig, Diane Rivers, housemother Elizabeth Hendrix. ON THE ESCAPE: Lila Grant, Lonnie Turner, Cindy Sare, Julie Howe, Laura Bury, Julie Kingseed. TRIMBLE TWO-LOWERED LADIES: Donna Stoepler, Linda Nordholt, Sarah Kottlowski, Nina Kistler, Sandy DeZearn, Sandy Chrysler, Sharon Rapp. SKIN, ROW 2: Marcy Miller, Diana Williams, Marcia Schuck, Patty Cook, Cheryl Reiger, Bonnie Benson. SKIN, ROW 3: Jane Douglas, Kathy Anderson, Anne Morris, Sherri Overley, Cathy Barczak, Susie Castelluc- cio. STAIRS, ROW 1: Dawn Furr, Sally Jo Gardner, Cindy Hege. STAIRS, ROW 2: Denise Pockevich, Linda Surratt, LeAnne Briggs. STAIRS, ROW 3: Sarah Bloomer, Nancy Shertzer, Carol Black, Jan Blaising, Allyson Abraham. TRIMBLE THREE-STOWED UNDER: Marilyn Moman, Holly Brune, Jill Persinger, Nancy Anderson, Melia Brooks. FIRST BUNK: Patti Sharkey, Cathy Krouse, Nancy Dinkledine, Terri Stump, Cindy Crim. FIRST BUNK ADDITIONS: Ina Peters, Anita Murray, Deb Kennedy Cohen, Kathy Reed, Jane Mathis. TOP BUNK: Pat Wheeler, Nancy Moore, Pat Hill, Kathy Lamb, Pennie Brechbiel, Deb Carroll, Deb Weickert. WILMORE ONE-COUCHED: Doug Dennis, Dave Baker, Dave Brainard, Steve Goddard. PARKED: John Pattison, Charlie Sparks, Tony Thacker, Bob Showalter, Darrell "Duddy" Reeves. ROW 3: Glenn Howell, Jim Na- jpaver, Chet Ferrell, John Pendleton. BACKUPS: Paul Harden, Mark Welch, Mike Todd, Tim McLaughlin, Jim Brown, Ben Moore. WILMORE TWO-GETTIN' DOWN: Alex Paternoster, Rod Wimmer, Greg Hauswald, Kevin Moore, Phil Payne, Phil Hardwick, Chuck Watson, Larry LePage, Jeff Green. RANK SECONDS: Dave Steele, Jim Davidsen, Lyle Sadler, Tom Whalls, Steve Savich, Larry Turner, Tim Gregory, Larry Zembala, Charles Huckstep, Tom Spencer, Larry Yarrell. HIGH GUYS: Terry Howard, Steve McLean, Gregg Smith, Bill Schneider, Rich Bryant, Curt Phillips, Charles Wimbleduff, Scott Overman, Tim Bajusz, Matt Hook, Mike Johnson. WILMORE THREE-TABLED: Mark Thayer, Jeff Newton. Rick Baltes, Jeff Wallace, Stephen Miller, Steve Williams. NEXT SECTION: Chuck Hoover, Cal Boultbee, Jim Sumwalt, Mike Reel, Dave Brokaw, Rob Parker, Satchmo, John Wimmer, Dan Mitchell, Dave Carpenter, Scott Keeler. FINAL FILE: Jeff West, Gary Broyles, Don Beal, Jim Belcher, Jim Winters, Jim Goetz, Scott Kipfer, Dan Repass, Brad Clark, James Ross. BELOW-Dick Newhouse was, originally, the entire New Men Four dorm picture. We did manage to get the retake, and Dick Missed lt. .A ln Honor of the Service given to Indiana Central by Mrs. Hilda Bruce, Housemother "M .f-V C1964-19771, and by 1 WFP?- Mr. Angus Nicoson, Coach 11947-19775. J, , ..., . E . 1 "'i'."5.,'t'L'.5'- Though many contribute money, ' these two gave themselves. , When all is accounted for, theirs f will be the more valuable gift. THE FACULTY AND THE CLASS OF 1977 1-Dr. Gene E. Sease, President of the University-37,75,83,B8. 2-Mr. Leo Miller, Vice-President and Treasurer-9. 3-Mrs. Sue Ann Gilroy, Assistant to the President-9. 4-Mr. Mike Watkins, Dean of 1 Students-9. 5-Dr. Lynn R. Youngblood, Academic Dean-9.60. 2 3 i AAf"'5 5 1 3 4 2 5 6 7 N Wigs.-.5 ,--, ., . ,, NX X x X X 3 X i ...J Mx X xx Xxx t .f 10 11 s 4 9 'Nwxx 12 WX gs' of rift 533.31 fee SS- ... bikes 3, .S w Q , ifsfsgs' S. A -vs Staff Directors 1-Miss Debbie Hunter, Assistant Dean ot Students tp. 983. 2-Mr. David Huffman, Director of Ad- missions. 3-Mrs. Sheryl Windhorst, Director of Finan- cial Aid. 4-Mrs. Carole Jaggers, Director of Place- ment and Career Counseling. 5-Mr. Dan Nicoson, Director of Develop- ment ip. 283. 6-Mr. Ken Partridge, Director of Continuing Education and Management Development tp. 183. 7-Dr. Marshall Chambers, Director of Church Relations. 8-Mr. Jim Brunnemer, Director of Alumni Relations ip. 93. 9-Mr. Lou Gerig, Director of Public Relations 147, 1063. 10-Mrs. Joan Persell, Director of Academic Services 1153. 11-Mr. Wilmer Lawrence, University Registrar. 12-Mr. Ken Hottell, Business Manager. 13-Mr. Robert Barrick, Accountant. 13 BACHELOR DEGREES Art-126 Accounting-131 Biology-129 Business Administration-130 Business Education-131 Chemistry-133 Earth Science-133 Economics-131 Elementary Education-135 English-136 Health and Physical Education History-139 Human Relations-127 Mathematics-140 Medical Technology-145 Mortuary Science-131 Music-141 ART BELOW-Mr. Dee Schaad-97. 1977.' THE GRADUA TES Nursing-142 Political Science-139 Pre-Medicine-145 Psychology-128 Religion-146 Sociology-128 Spanish-137 Speech and Theatre-146 ASSOCIATE DEGREES Banking and Finance-132 Business Administration-132 Computer Technology-132 Corrections-128 Health Technology-145 Law Enforcement-128 Nursing-142 Secretarial Science-132 lWhen numbers appear beside any name, they are the pages on which that person's picturelsl will be found.l BELOW-Mr. Earl Snellenberger. BELQW-Mr. Gerald Boyce, Debra Phillips Dennis Scheele-19- 21,67,94,115. NOT PICTUREDZ Rhonda Davis. Human Rela tlOnS B Aeove Dr Richard wlene Dane Penrod 17 103,116. Dave Burke 168 Carol Davus 118 154 Sherllee Selby ABOVE Dr Rnchard Lentz John Carlile Bob Hands 115 Bob Wessels 96 98,99,103, w QQ ,F M iho- , 'Qs 11 ,1 Q A N W Q xc if 5K Xxiggi Sw xxx xx 4- X A H b , ,f va xlq ,Q A Q,-, fx , ix Q 'X 1 'T Wx ,. 1' :lin 5NQx 1 Q, IS, we 4, X er' S?-we x X X .N X X Q X N X S 1 Q1 L-.F gf . n X 1 ,, .A Q N QR, XX 9. M4 X N si we N' 1 X N We NK X 1, -wmv 4 .. T' N Set:-Q . V Psychology Maggie Anderson-33.86, BELOW D,-I Steve Maple, 103,154. Mike Cagle-74.108, Justine Huck jf w JE, af" 1 . .I 'xiii' 'XF a , . N , l vi Qi ' Q 'T K 'ou ,Q -7. 5 F Q u A X I Q 'Q K f it e X K3 -:gg ' v N , f Law Enforcement E Otis Autry Paul Harden-121. Richard Riley -an vmmfg X ,. 1 9 ,gi , 1 ,XXQA kg! 1, ' ,ff L 2 i was wr x 'i gs X x, X724 Qt 8 x 2 laxmx ' ' N J 'sl ry Y N Y 9 I 4- if' fs X Bachelor Degree grads not pictured: HUMAN RELATIONS-Maggie Anderson, Vickie Trout. PSYCHOLOGY-Dave Burke, Dean Parham, Michael Peets. SOCIOLOGY-Rick Carroll tp. 1401, Portia Ferrell tp. 75,119l, Chris Keller tp. 1373. Associate Degree grads not pictured: CORRECTIONS-Larry Biggs, Mike Cagle, Richard Curry, Henry Hunter, Michael McCooI, William Pettie, William Remley, Barbara Roembke, Ronnie Tuttle. LAW ENFORCEMENT-William Carpenter, Richard Groves, Luanne Hanna, Joseph Hecko, Robert Jedamzik, Stephen May, Thomas Schneider, Steven Sims, Larry Turner tp. 1213, John Wesseler, Jeff Yeager. -Mr. George Lake. BELOW-Dr. Michael H0llal'1d. F oy? .ft 1, . I W if Q f nd' ..o ' ' .1 is g -Taxi -Q W M A Jeff Yeager-94,98,116. Reginald Roney Corrections Charlotte Horne -,, 'N-ff E' ' 4. ,.,,.T.gr?!1A-E: .v I W up-,A -1 1.11 LEFT-Mr. Donald fd, i I f 4. 'lf' "L A xgatfd ty? A' -'I 'Q 19' 'dt ,-35215-gf: if 152,15 Q ' w-NR 'ff l' 'fr' av ., -'av -.ff digg? 'W W A 3 5. , ., ABOVE-Dr. Eliseo Delfin. BIOLOG Y Vs. "f' Am, Fisher. Biology 1 W W M t Q Gary Atwood-19-21,67.69. Sue Ann Lain 108. Libby Leonard Rick Parsons-110. X, 1 ' Becky Cox Dennis McNulty-19-21,69, Craig Reiter-28,111. ' - ' . in Elaine Driscol-8,91. 75,115,154, Elvia Solis-95. 5 x Y .. ' ., 'S A 7 S A ki T 9 5 R is gg: H+ - X- - I R :A K ' A' f., ,112 ,rf I ,Q .T .,, f , ,, . bz , .. ,X ,E ...1 - XvM,,r"' W, R' n TL .: ..,, ,, 6 f- 0 X58 , I: V .,: A-P F' ,Q A Q- AX Y -. . S if 5 3 O f 2, ' ,Rv , ' ' is 1' 1 ., I 5 ,V r , in ' rx ,. as Paul Fiadich. BELOW-Dr. Robert Kent. 26 f I .Z if ig? if 3- We S. '.-,:' :fi 1- ,Q V ABOVE-Dr. 1 Y 5 it .,-.I QNX 41,151 31 X - 'o:-: - g ,4 in Q2 f I f i M tx I f ag? Greg Whitley v 3 W ' Q15 fa-. K ff NOT PICTURED: Paul Dunn, John Koble, Steve Mclntyre. A Yi 129 -.gy , 1hr.i .,, X 'x A l Gm wa X Gm v ...,,,r" I w 0. . 'Z ABOVE-Mr. Doug Dorland-105,106. ABOVE-Mr. Paul Lucas. BELOW-Dr. Esen Gurtunca. BELOW-Mr. Robert T ' .ff , ' ' 3 , , A Q- figs .3 x it rx . K .D X. "mea ' A' 2 1' 0 n 'mt' 4 on '- 1 ,D bel. ' s -' 'TQ' . fa I ,,.. , Q :S In 1 at ' fe 4 5 Q, gf 1, 1. 5'g A H z a Q IW' WM BUSfI79SS A dITliI'lfSfl'3 tion BUSINESS ABOVE-Mrs. Alberta Mlller. BELOW-or. 5 Q ? 3 ! 5 George Humbarger-60. Roy Burge Jay Jarrell-115,154. Debbie Atkins-154. Gayle Castledine-14, Brad Denton Randy Goodman JOB JGSTSI'-2B.3O.48, Howard Bloomer 118. Jean Gardner-119. Paul Guhl-154. 5O,82. :ff'x-ik. f ' pq, X " Q Q K' ,s .Xa Q G. as I ,S me -+ x N ' -1' Q iviilg w X ' ff' Q Q 3 ws, +1 X .J 9 -ev lk ' W '--, fNk":, U-Q' f Y' E. SNA 130 Y ,R-nynyu-gazes-.-.awsq-an-1-um-mann-J -J -.-.. 1- - H ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS Accounting Economics Dave Sease-60,62,75,94, Leah Denise Pritchett Mike Sears-28,30.116. Sieve Stearns 100,105,106,115. GHVY S'3Yf0T1 l ' si ' 1. A , j W Q4 N f zu. 'N 'U , X v . V x X 4- ,. .,-A . , , Mortuar Science Business Education y Jeanne Bastin-9O,118. Dennis Miller-85. Bill Turner-28,116. Keith Van Deman Jim Vogleman-60. 5 . - Q- x F ' six r Q f ,J ,X ,le ,. at X i Karen Willson-118. Robert Minnich Mike Reed-108. Steve Schug Steve Thomas-52,53. GGOYQG WilS0fl-11.18, Ronald Pierce Tim Sanders-116. Tika Thapa-37. Kevin Whitacre-66,105. 89116. six 0+ Si . 9' S '-No, we're not crazy. ICU mortuary science majors take the business part of their major here. Nd Business Administration-Associate Degree Sarah Bloomer-91.103, 105,120. Vicki Lynn Chalifoux Debbie Jackley Linda N0l'dh0lI-91,120. Russel Rue wir Secretarial Science Rita Barrick-36,102,103, Bonnie Baldwin 119. Hz, .plz Legal Secretary BACHELOR DEGREE GRADUATES NOT PICTURED: ACCOUNTING-Robert McCorkle, Barbara Tipps. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-Tammi Albert tp. 1373, Dennis Brett, Mark Bryant, Kendic Caudill, Irvin Edwards, Warren Evans, Leroy Grady, Albert Har- dymon, Michael Hickey, James Marshall, Dave Sease, Gary Slayton, Norman Steele, Thomas Stevens, Dorothy Wright. BUSINESS EDUCATION-Patricia Winningham. ECONOMICS-Dave Steed tp. 1391. ASSOCIATE DEGREE GRADUATES NOT PICTURED: BANKING AND FINANCE-Robert Bauchle, James Boren, Gwendolyn Circle, John Hanagan, Jeffrey Harris. Dorothy Meyer, Mary Nordsiek, Karen Stailey, Donavan Stevens. COMPUTER TECH-Randy Goodman, Cynthia Weisse, Karen Willson. SECFIETARIAL SCIENCE-Tammi Albert ip. 1371, Paula Baker fp. 1373, Patricia Chaney, Kathy Lamb, Susan Runnebohm. Dee Boltz-119. 198 . an 1 C V.. CTI Pat Campbell-93,154. Debbie Knapp Kris Jones-119. Becky Kraatz I" kv . 'I Cindy Hege-98-99.12O. Cheryl Fteiger-120. is x -t it-W K 3 3' wa - S . .- -si' ir 5 . K- A v W .xv ,EQ f .' N' iv F f" L x I I ill! x ,f Computer Tech Jan Berry-100. Sue Sutherlin 1- ' 4 n:.:u..Qz.a:u.,:-.., . -.:j.:r.grg1s3,gayg - CHEMISTRY ,W EARTH SCIENCE Earth Science ABOVE-Dr. william Gommel-9e,1o7. ABOVE-Dr. Robert Brooker Below-nr. Victor emu. Jim Melton-111, Becky Mohr-119,154. 1 4235 2 X R i 405 X 2 2 wir N? wr W 1- S Chemistry Brad Crowe-2a,s1,1o7. Kerry Geesaman-48,50,98, Ruth Gommel-9s,9a,1o7, BE'-OW-DL Kel' B0'de'l-95'107- Mark Fisher-2a,e2,67,ea, 99,111. 154. 82,116,154. James Gilliam Mary Williams-107. V 'H' NOT PICTURED: CHEMISTRY-Dave Clark fp. 1545, Elvia Solis fp. 1291. -.i-i....- Y . 1 I EDUCATION BELOW-Mrs. Martha Morris. BELOW-Mfr Norman Willey- BELOW-Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Collins. BELOW-Mrs. Louise Moulton. -g7 l I ff if -'Q QW a Q -, 'tg N A ABOVE-Dr. James Jones. BELOW-Dr. William Bishop-8. 9 L XX Qs O A ' Secondary Education Majors: ART-Rhonda Davis, Debra Phillips, Dennis Scheele. BIOLOGY-Gary Atwood, Elaine Driscol, Libby Leonard, Steve Mclntrye. Dennis McNulty, Rick Parsons, Elvia Solis. EARTH SCIENCE-Jim Melton. ENGLISH-Brenda Fudge, Joy Henderson, Greg Scofield, Paula Swengel, Margaret Toliver. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION-Bob Buscher, Steve Clodfelter, Jim Farmer, Kerry Hammett, LeeAnn Kolp, Flon Lawson, Dick Nalley, John Roach, Steve Sanford, Carol Scott, Eileen Walters. HISTORY-Eden Kuhlenschmidt, Mike Mills, Sandra Mitchell, John Prasser, Dave Stone, Chet Ward. MATHEMATICS-Laura Dinehart, Suzie Lamb. MUSIC-Ken Granger, Jan Hittle, Myrna Jones, Peggy Montgomery, Becky Noot, Elizabeth Rasmussen, Dave Rees, Wendy Sullivan, Janet Walker, Cathy Widina. SPANISH-Linda Caine, Vonna Jones, Sandy Sluder. lRefer to the appropriate pages for these graduates.l ....,.l::-...b....i----ww-v -u.a4a:'.rn.... ,m.'.x :.4.." :ash-g-..,e .-.'.,ax, 5. 1 Elementary Education Emmett Anderson Brenda Chastain Christine Johnson Cheryl Bevers-11a. Debbie Coffing Judy Keiih-118- Mary Blanton Louise Davis MGVY Ann Melbefi Catherine Brown Kathy Glass 118- Barbara Rossman-35,100. i .i . V 'r ' 1 i K2 "-- .V 4 . B, ,. , i M.. lil Qt 'IV' . 'vs E .". Z' N" I tg-ff 8-. A . 'J iv nn NOT PICTURED-Sandra Bullock. u:nner' rr- Jane Sachs Nancy Todd Denise Sprunger-118. Debbie Welsh Georgia Stumph Debbie Wood-117. ENGLISH 3, 1 'l "r ABOVE-Dr. Erling Peterson. BELOW-Ms. Alice Friman lwith Don Newcombel. ABOVE-Dr. David Noble. ABOVE-Dr. Marshall Gregory-62 BELOW-Dr. Charlotte Templin. BELOW-Mrs. Nancy .:,','1,,. , .adh- 'K 1 . rjlfv 'g '51, ,A i M Liz Cardona-62, 74, 106, Margaret Toliver-107 118, 154. Joy Henderson-106, 154. Greg Scofield-109, 110. 154, 168, Bfenda FUUQG-118 Pete Noot Paula Swengel Bill Willan-28, 31. 35 Tagge. 46' 'mg .'1 5 ,- . Av T' ,Wi- NOT PICTURED: Randy Fearnow lp. 1395, Justine Huck ip. 1281, Paul Ludwig Kp. 1391, Sr. Lynette Saunders, Sandy Sluder lp. 137l. Elf? . nr -V nu- . . .Y ,- -Liu. 'WA WK .21fh'f'r?- :V ' .- if ABOVE-Dr. Marga Meier. R, S .ff . , FOREIGN LANGUAGES ABOVE-Ms. Michelle Stoneburner. BELOW-Mr. Orman Moulton- Tammi Albert-15,154. Chris Keller-15,24,25, 119. Paula Baker-103,105,119, Linda Caine-117. Steve Nomell-11,15,36, 154. Vonna Jones-94,117. 62,89,94,96,106,115,154,168. 1 is . ' P ' 2 ' ff V. 'i4'F"I Kgs! "' X Zn' W " ' ' . Q -- ,."' f 1" 0. V J x F' ff! . . , . , Q. f -xy, 4-,A sz,'r',xi,i:'.i-"?a'.lCr h' I ACI. -g y.. 'ply .L . 2 '.'Q':,:t5jtiVXilIv5,s,3vflvisfi ' f l Sandy Sluder 1 -',-' .' 3 ' . ,. , ff ,."' 1. , .,.,.,'1 .1 1: ,. - f' f - . ee. ..i. f ,Q if A U... JA .j i A' ' ' ' i A ,v b . - f I 'I if , ., a r f gi Vit . .... 'lf-71 ki :U 4V ' '..,'wf"7' '- - M 4 'V ' 'I -El i' W 3? V, 1:17 lyxxri'-V .., J nqg l. gh :iaim e F" g- y ..,. 2 . - :si ,f gif' f ir. 1",i f " ' ' f . i,"". " - 1 T I M g jg ' 1 ' Viq, .Ve AVw V. Q ,, ' 1' 1 f r'-. Q W A in . ,,., LT... , WI? ., 4'5" 5' rf" Q 'fl f ' Q gf. NOT PICTURED: Gisela Alvarez. vsxf?-We Q 137 X, E-.1 4 . is . 4 if allvsix 1 1 Mix? X 4 HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION : , ' f , . ,,,,w,,..-fr - k . ks X "Sk.,,,. XX sw x vt-mix 'Q 15 N RM A xx . .M XX Sxsg . . x X . 'fr AX A . AA. z . - x. r-ws-G1 4 . 1 ,L ABOVE-Mr. Terry Wetherald-28,31.48,49,66. ABOVE-Mr. Gerry England-28,67. BELOW RIGHT ' ' -Mr. em engm-19,2o,43,44,7o,71. BOD BUSCIW-43-45-98, .' 138 ABOVE LEFT BELOW-Mr. Robertson. f Steve Clodfelter-11, X 1 Jim Farmer-17,43-45,94, 95,115. , , . -'Q fir? V N- by I .Y .1-.e ygff W WN? Q. , . Ji U Qt: 3,-it L 1 5 . ie e i 5 'A A Q A" "-,. 41' 5 I 1 ,. Y YQ, W -Mr. Bill Bless-28.67. We ' 'Divx ,j Angus Nicosonf43,124J, with Oscar X X X --Sys I 1 3 A A ,N ,xf J X E! 'tg 'N Ke E 3 K K . 5 i ABOVE-Miss Sue Willey-33. BELOW-Mrs. Joanne Alexander. 94,115. Kerry Hammett LeeAnn Koip-100,117. Ron Lawson-72. 1' ff sag wg. , as 0 , . 'fi rt it X A Q- if Dick Nalley-28,2959 76.82,84,88,111. Carol Scott Eileen Walters-21,33 105. - .- 4'xv'x NOT PICTURED: Steve Bunner, John Roach ip. 281, Steve Sanford. vet. J-2-.wnssy-,-V -:sans -: - HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE Paul Ludwig-62,106, 108,154. Dave Steed-108,109,116, 154. Dave Stowell-75,90,98, 115,154. BELOW-Dr. James Riggs. Kills ABOVE-Dr. Richard Lugar-8,32,108. .I . 2 ABOVE-Dr. Roland Nelson. Eden Kunlenscnmidr- H IS to I' y 106,109.117. Mike Mills-8,28,82,89. Sandra Mitchell 91. John Prasser-10,98,109. ' La.:- ABOVE-Dr. Kenneth Sldebottom Ma thematlcs Marion Wolfe 48 84 95 Rick Carroll 52 53 Mark Cooper 154 Laura Dmehart Suzlg Lamb-11g, 115. BELOW-Mrs. Elise Marshall. Y ul NAAAQQQL1 ' ' 1 :sa-AQ. rl- . x :, 3, S312 nvll""""' rw wg! N2 ABOVE-Mr. William Eltzroth. ABOVE-Mr. James Lamberson, Jan Hitfle-36,46,64' ABOVE-Mr. David Searles. 104,154. Gary Conway-36,65. Myrna Jones-36,97,104. BGCKY N001-36. Dave F4695-9 BELOW-Dr John Gates Dave Douglas-36,46,11O. Peggy Montgomery-3651, Jennifer Pepping Wendy Sullivan-36,65. Ken Granger-23,75. 97,104,118, Elizabeth Rasmussen Janet Walker-36,64. . 'X X ffffff? 2' .1 1' Q if Nw 'Q A five f Xb lx, i 465 'S 4 3 ,QFD T' Q av! x Q f '?' V 5: 'QB N , + 1. Q! ig! . 1 'LL Q31 ' uv N !"" 3. '1 ,, ...-haxbzk .. 'S' . ,J Cathy Widina Nursing-Bachelor Degree Blenda Basye-119. Fayetta Burcham-15. Chl'iS Gumbel Catherine Bates Marina Divan-15,119. Eileen HUFTIGS B . 1. ff!-V.g?f9F 4 X- z ,, ., V,.,Q.,.,., M is Z leg if A, X ,I it XX X xi 1 ll FN X ' 1 D L lg' Nursing-Associate Degree Allyson Abraham-120. Mary Ann Allen Diane Baker Pam Bolander-118. Debby Anthony-102, Mary Baker Dona Lee Boling 108,118. Debbie Bohman Barbara Bowles Becky Rink-154. Denise Miller-229. Marla Rybolt-118. Betsy Richardson Diana Soule-15,119. Lf .3 V ez N NOT PICTURED: Paula McAfee. " .xg Fx -E if ,., , b yq,. q,,,:b,,Q 3 I V 'mr 'inxg Eg 3 b N ,i E l- N, X Cher Boys Melia Brooks-8,33,120. Debbie Carroll-120 Q Pennie Brechblel-73,120. Caron Burnett pam Cook ,Q U I qv? 'zz' .X , l x v4 AQ ,W .: fy A ii-35.-gf' X gl -g ' 'N fa ,X 7 Y: 5' -..QL - , x ,Q 3 X ks N' 1' 142 ve,,,,,.- N 1 32- - Xxwx x X X e A X N i ., , X If i S? NW X . x X , Nw X X X s xxxx 5 X X . ' Qi X X X 0 X -S x ,X X 5 gf..-v Patty Cook-120. Barbara Dumas Leslie Cracraft Kay Ford-119. Brenda Cropper Dawn Furr-95,120. Cherie Ditto-119. Cindy Geleske-119. Darlene Dodd Martha Gregory-119. Donna Doughty Karen Harman Terri Harvey-118. Jennifer Inman Joyce Kerch Cheryl Kerr Mary Diane Keyler Patricia Klrk -- QA... -- -uaL..w..L, .. .. me sv QN X N QM, fi . 4 1. - is Y-fx 'SF' NOT PICTURED: Susan Hackleman, Syndi Morgan Q56 Ls, Lisa Kiser Marlie Lucas Carol Minton J3I'1et Klopp Linda Manning Mafilyn MOYUSFI-120. Janet Lamantia Jane Mathis-120. Ursula Morley Vicki LaRoche-119. Gina McBride Kathy Murphy-119. Sherri Lawrence Mary Meek Patsy Murray-118. Debbie Letzler Shafgn Miner Toni Naumann-119. 416536, Q-L . .L ixfmb' it fd" 5 I ' L WAX Xxx: y ,,g Q' ": ' wmfv X ,V-Tv .-J., IIN .bv l -M iw . L :asf- 'f - N. , D 4 ,319 qi ' -.QQ 1 , Lp . 1 gag. . 9 1:Z3?Z3'-i:5'LfI.- . ' "A k : ,45s1L, ., ' - gilt- L1Ls::f . 1 ,- L: xx :5:r,L-:::3pr':5g-- wg .xx XL- ' . :LL 'L5?v9,-ri 9 491 wgfiz-'LL 55151 59' ' t ki 'xii-L I ' Qsfli' . , L X :fri L 1 ' A. L lx yn vs.. ' 33 ,LL.,'s5 Q, SLN : . "iii L L':g,r"w ' ., LL' L L, - . ,. .S ' - , '. A ' ag , L S 1 Q 'mf 1 Q" L W' X + " J " i H 47" if L 'rar Q. . ' ggi L ' dL'9 L 'gy t 2536 X L L I 4 ? iw ,,, 1f.'LLQ1:",q1,'gE'- " : s ':i'1552'2IjS -L f . .., . 1 .J - h i .1:-,.lLas1xr5f- L , L- L L 'L :Y 'CIE L .L L' liizx . L W flfiwl 3 , 'i'iLQsg X -QS kt ' 'i '- 15:5grL.::5:Q52L' we :rut ABL: L tl 5 ' i -'Q S 3' ,v L' -H, X - sf I 5 mr W , LN H L L., L I ,Vw ,L L 0, 'M L ' ii. .nw an as W S , fs.: i 'Sy L L-i 1 s M ' 'QL-fr f --xg -L -' -'......, my X -L ' ' ' L .Lf V 2-1' ' sr'-v , ,Ag L . L ' f M 'S1.l'f 4 ' l 5 My L if 1 . It -. Q: L X l .gk A s..--fr ff: ., W Ax L 'J M- if N 'C-17 I x 'Ziff 51x 33 -L . xl AWA L. new '- 4 'f .W 5 g z , W 1,4 'Q it A , f . I , . 5 f M., - em '9- L aff' 4 L grey? M551 l? -, K Q YQ Q of 1 9' ....,. X 2 5 'W ax YN-1 L Nl,- Q -5:11, -L 143 Floyd Newkirk Gloria Price Glenda Pennington .Janice Pruin Bobbi Perkins Kathy Reed-120. Victoria Pehy Roberta Hess Denise Pockevich-120. Sarah Rich Ann Pogue Margaret Rode Vickie Fluegamer Patricia Sansone Charline Scheil Debbie Sherry Sandra Smart Helen Snow Carma Spicer-118. Phil Tanasovich Sandra Stewart Pam Tomamichel Mary Stiegelmeyer Georgette Tutorow Martha Stirsman Cathy Vanderpool Jane St. Jean Preston Wadkins Jan Stone Roberta White W x .E qw, Rr' - Q e ' es,I.-3,f:.g':'sE:-3:5-, .sg-.V :A-13' 1 ' l X i I ' X F ' 0 Y' ' ' - t -Sxx l X ' . P i ,.,,i. l X f m ' '- , . .mga , 'M X i V, V X . n ' ' gs- - , Y-"". .r Q V f ' 3 l E2 fp, fl, , . .L Q I , X lmis JS. - xS,.LP', -Hu ,-as i QQ:--.Y 'km W ' ' if. J-. ' 3 iff .1 Q :fri Q -s M N N Q5 N x sxxx Nag S Ns , L14 Q sy-, 1' N e ,....-., 2"1f:,5i42s',+: V355 me X xii ' M WN. , :X g,gy,Qsigf,r':Lw7xgf, ' ts ,fs '. 'i ' bm' ' 1' ' A: F Q Nsi Cathy Wicker Marcia Williams Muriel Williams Qi 'sr-NX if? Mary Wolter-119. Kathy Wright-118 7-y IUL ,U-U, xx" fn Ixa' 'X v...-Q A.,- .1 f-, ' 'J' ,. . f""'19 144 ., 9. l -uf mx av' L -xsessa-.vim-4"..sa-ga....z ., Lam.-.,,-,, L.. , . ABOVE-Mrs. Mary Churchill, Mrs. Betty Dugan, Mrs. Martha Driscol. BELOW-Mrs. Luella Elliott, Mrs. Norma Kennett, Mrs. Mary Louise Kolp. ABOVE-Mrs. LeAlice Briggs. HEALTH TECHNOLOGY Debra Armstrong X Lois Holdzkom Mary Ann Phenus WX F x . 'E A T K. A .991 "ff 5:97 'Ai ' . Mft' 4 . - 4. PRE-MED MEDICAL TECHNQLQGY ABOVE-Mrs. Patricia Kuhs, Mrs. Monica Benac, Mrs. Barbara Randolph. . 1 45 .199 Anen..11, Jack Bush Sandy H0wen-154, BELOW-Mrs. Marilyn Waterman, Mrs. Carolyn Wegner. mf 'st 'if IL NOT PICTURED: HEALTH TECHNOLOGY-Joe Allen, Sue Lain, Steve Whaley. lu-Wlgk aff-W' PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION SPEECH .N N C' 55? ABOVE-Dr. Herbert Cassel. ABOVE-Dr. Robert Cramer. LEFT-Dr. Adolf Hansen-60. AND THEATRE John Efwin Gloria Smith Becky Bonham-35,38,54, Larry Lynch-36,3B,58, Cam Manifold-34,35,38, 58,59,74,96. 59,94,96,116. 54,58,59,63,96. YJ! BELOW-Dr. Richard Williams. BELOW-Mr. John Swank. - H' 2 'Z ABOVE-Mr. Jim Ream. '64 si Nor PICTURED: Steve Nonlell ip. 137l. M9 ....,..q:gq 2 3 4 1-Mr. John Mullen, Assistant Director of Continuing Education and Management. 2-Mr. Nathan Wooden, Development Counselor. 3-Mr. Harold Schuman, Development Counselor. 4-Dr. Edwin Plum, Development Counselor. 5-Mrs. Diane Metheny, Academic Counselor. 6-Mrs. Ellen Robbins, Academic Counselor. 6 9 Q E ggg 'PQT' We Ss? -g- .z. 272 UO-I . . 'DDQ an 5-'f"' 1 eg' g EL? 9.01-1 2 593 -- as 6 3 Q P nn 'Ig Q 7 g- D .. JP ua 3 Q. 0 3 2 2 ua 3 fb 2. U' 9- 0 fl o :i 2 S UI ' -o. 9-Mr. Terry L. Taylor. Admissions 11-Mrs. Florabelle Wilson, Head Librarian, 12-Mr. H. Merrill Underwood, Archivist and Curator. 7 11 12 ,,,,, W ,M , ' . 1. U dl '-41 v' . 5:71 i V E' W :'Z-f1r.???47'3T7i-"' ff . .-A13-14? :ff 1 -+1 ,J IM . . -ff ,. 4 Lu, gg-fg.,,s, -1 5, 1 .my rush is 'rE'if'1j1 ' '- ' 1, 21 ,-.L,p'v1,fi4,' i fs- t' Si V. ' vt 4. in ' fi .5 H 74 . QA: 4- gi .. . ' 'KN ' ks , . , A ,vbri 'y 2 3 1 6 7 1-Sgt. Dennis Dilley, Director of University Police. 2-Mr. Kenneth Deutsch, Director of Main- talnence. 3-Mrs. Charlotte Gaines, Director ot Central Printing. 4-Mrs. Jan Strietelmeier, Manager of the Bookstore. 5-Mrs. Beverly Sims lwith daughters Laura and Lesliei, Director of the Health Center. 6-Rev. Reggie Monson, Counseling Minister to Students ip. 60,91J. 7-Mr. Ted Polk irighti, Manager of the Din- ing Hall. 8-Mr. Larry Collins, Director of Data Processing. 9-Rev. Charles Stanton, Pastor of University Heights United Methodist Church. 10-Mr. Maurice 'Kip' Kistler twith the Funky Chickenj, American Humanics Foundation Counselor. 11-Rev. Dennis Deeter, Associate Pastor of University Heights United Methodist Church. QFor Dr. Ken Borden, Sports information Director, see p. 133.3 l is if t as . t-N X 41" 'nr- lt' iada . I , .I . . . . , . 3 2 , Faculty not pictured: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-Mr. Wendell Campbel Mrs. Julia Tinsley. ENGLISH-Mrs. Barbara Beard. I, Mrs. Linda Fowler, Mrs. Mary Shambaugh, MUSIC-Mr. Carl Hungerford, Mr. Greg Imboden, Mr. E. David King, Ms. Elaine Norwood. NURSING-Mrs. Carolyn Blackwell, Mrs. Carol Chllcote, Mrs. Helen Dugger, Mrs. Dianne Foglesong, Mrs. Lina Gonterman, Mrs. Eleanor M Miss Martha Thie, Mrs. Priscilla Williams. ay, Ms. Pamela Smith, Mrs. Nancy Snider, Staff not pictured: ACADEMIC SERVICES-Mrs. Jean Catt, Mrs. Alma Dunn, Mrs. Ruth Ann Guiliani, Miss Lynette Panarisi, Mrs. Betty Stader, Mrs. Batty Turley. ACCOUNTING-Mrs. Janice Dexter, Mrs. Marianne Fisher, Mrs. Barbara Pride. ALUMNI RELATIONS-Ms. Cheryl Camp, Mrs. Mario ART-Mrs. Phyllis Pickering. rie Hufford. ASSISTANT TO PRESIDENT'S OFFICE-Mrs. Patricia Killman. BUS DRIVER-Mrs. Sandra Thompson, Mrs. Marcella Wood. BUSINESS OFFICE-Mrs. Anne Jenson. CHURCH RELATIONS-Mrs. Marilyn Ellis. CONTINUING EDUCATION-Mrs. Beth Elder, Mrs. Ruth Gasaway, Mrs. Sylvia Zickel. DATA PROCESSING-Mrs. Linda Mettert, Mrs. Alice Neitz, Mrs. Roberta Outcalt, Mrs. Nancy Stenger. DEVELOPMENT-Mrs. Marilyn Hathaway. DINING HALL-Mr. Keith Hull. EDUCATION-Mrs. Janice Knoop. BOOKSTORE-Mrs. Barbara Olmstead. LIBRARY-Miss Joy Caskey, Mrs. Patricia DeMore, Mrs. Frances Graham, Mrs. Sylvia Henricks, Mrs. Priscilla McGuire, Miss Marjorie Schoch. MAINTAINENCE-Mrs. Jeanne Hilgert. OPERATOR! RECEPTIONIST-Mrs. Betty Best, Mrs. Marcia Kehlbeck, Mrs. Vivian Mouser tfor Lilly Hallj. PHYSICAL EDUCATION-Mrs. Doris Fowler. INFORMATION CENTER-Mrs. Hilda Green. MUSIC-Mrs. Anita Sachs. NURSING-Mrs. Patricia Theil. PHYSICIANS-Dr. John Deever, Dr. Robert Kopecky. PLACEMENT-Mrs. Becky Wykes. PRESlDENT'S OFFICE-Mrs. Joyce Cole. PRINTING-Mrs. Ruth Day, Mrs. Ruby Kinkade. PUBLIC RELATIONS-Miss Peggy Brlnson. SPEECH AND THEATRE-Mrs. Pat Maple. STUDENT SERVICES-Mrs. Diana Able, Mrs. Velma Jester, Mrs. Shirley Spangler. Colllns, Mrs. Dorothy Deupree, Mrs. Trudy 1-Mrs. Audrey 'Pete' Soult, Housemother ot Wilmore Hall. 2-Mrs. Monabell Goss, Housemother of Dailey Hall. 3-Mrs. Betty Ferrell, Housemother of New Dorm. Other Housemothers: Mrs. Hilda Bruce tp. 113, 1241 of Krannert Hall, Mrs. Mary Dillman fp. 1111 of Buxton Hall, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hendrix tp. 1193 of Trimble Hall. 3 sf-' Staff T' 5 S3 xx 'F 149 Gif tis? .1 ,fQ:itli'g,,..1 'AW' q' .. t,.. ...cn ,i I PNQHQ., I 3 'W 4 is '31 li, lil! lg ' viii? " The Library: well, it did get finished quickly . . . . . . but in the years to come its durability and usefulness will be put to the test by lC humans. It seems to have everything from useful comfortable reading seats to a marble fireplace used only for ceremonial ad- ministrative events. Let's hope everyone gets some beneficial mileage out of it. 5 , C I 1 Y s X , ,V S' - .. .V 'X Y v' A r Q, H QV W Q: 3 Q in i G 4 I I ' J l l Q- 1. I xx A. na! 1- , ,M e V .. 'I .1 . ,f nf' 'F , i' ' ' Q.: is ri 1 X Y lllll ll! l , . .I in it . V z"175f.'-Qupe elialieiilwflfz- is if - --an Y- 4--W f -- ------- -----..,,.f..... .EE ALBERT, Tammi-PAE 15 IAY 1,2,35 PBL 2,3. ALLEN, Joseph-AC Sec. 1, Pres. 2, member 3,45 WICR 1,25 CC Com- muter Council 3. ANDERSON, Emmett-Centralaires 1,2,35 Choir 1,2,3,45 Midweek Comm. 2,3. ANDERSON, Margaret-Humanics Club 2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 APhiO 3,45 Track 25 WICR News 1,2. ARMSTRONG, Debra-APhiO 1. ATKINS, Deborah-Class Sec. 45 SAM 1,25 YR 45 APhiO 1. ATWOOD, Gary-Cross-Country 1fMVPJ, 2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 C-Club 1,- 2,3,45 Class V-P 25 YRiCo-founderi 1,2,35 IM basketball 1,2,4. BAKER, Paula-PBL 3, Sec. 45 IAY 3, Recording Sec. 45 Escapee 4. BALDWIN, Bonnie-Track 1,25 IM basketball 8 volleyball 1,2. BARDEN, Kenneth-APhiO 1,2,3,45 YD 3,45 Student Legislative Coor- dinator5 WICR 1,25 Band 15 AC 35 IM basketball 1,25 Alumni Telethon5 Dean's List. BERRY, Janice-Featured Twirler 1,25 CS 1, Choreographer 25 BEVERS, Cheryl-RA 3,4. BLOOMER, Howard-PBL 1,2,3,45 WICR 1,2, Public Service Dir. 35 Bux- ton Pres. 35 CC Faculty Comm. 2,3. BLOOMER, Sarah-PBL 1, treas. 25 IAY 25 Softball 1,2. BONHAM, Rebecca-APsiO 3,45 Actress in "The Seagull", "The Miser", 8- Lenten Tour, 25 "J.B.", "See How They Run", 8 Lenten Tour, 4. Technical Crew!Staff in all the above, plus "Babes in Arms" and "Dark of the Moon", 25 "The Last of Mrs. Lincoln", "Our Town", "Harvey", 8t "A Midsummer Night's Dream", 35 and "The Glass Menagerie" 8 "Brigadoon", 4. Indiana U., 1. BRECHBIEL, Pennie-Softball, 1,25 IM basketball 25 Krannert V-P 1. BROOKS, Melia-Volleyball 1,25 CC Rep 25 Homecoming Queen's Court 1,25 Cheerleader alt. 15 Escapee 2. BUSCHER, Robert-Basketball 1,2,3,45 CC Rep 3,45 Track 15 SEA 45 ln- diana Student Assoc. Rep 3,45 Honor Roll 2,3,45 Dean's List 25 CC Social Act. Comm. 3. CAGLE, R. Michael-Stage Band 1,2,3,45 Wind Ensemble 1,25 WICR 2, Production Mgr. 3,45 CAINE, Linda-Foreign Language Dept. 8- Lab Assistant 45 Wind Ensem- ble 1,25 May in Mexico 35 Certified State EMT 8. CPR Instructor 4. CARDONA, Elizabeth-Who's Who 45 Reflector 3, Featured Ed. 45 IM 81 co-ed volleyball 3,45 Student Travel Coord. CC 35 Alumni Telethon 3,45 PAE 15 Track 3. CARLILE, John-Celebrate the Sun 1,2,35 APsiO 2,35 Actor in "The Crucible", 15 "Babes in Arms" 8t "The Miser", 2. Technical crewlStaff in all the above, plus "Dark ofthe Moon" 81 "The Seagull", 25 "Harvey" 8t "A Midsummer Night's Dream", 3. Choir 15 Centralaires 1. CASTLEDINE, Gayle-IAY 3, Treas. 45 CC Free University Chairman 45 Escapee 3,45 Homecoming Comm. Chairman 3,4. CHANSLER, Jeff-CC V-P 8. Treas. 45 YD V-P 35 Chairman, Student Bill of Rights Comm5 CC Academic Affairs Coordinator. CHASTAIN, Brenda-Band 1. CLODFELTER, Steve-Basketball 15 IM basketball 2,3,45 Alumni Abbreviation Key Telethon5 Homecoming Committee: JSROMC5 SEA 4. DAVIS, Carolyn-Humanics Club 1,2,3,45 APhiO 3,45 CC Midweek Comm. 2,3,45 CC Religious Activities Comm. 45 PAE 1. DAVIS, Rhonda-Art Club 1,2,3, V-P 45 APhiO 1. DOUGLAS, David-Choir 1,2,3,45 Centralaires 1,2,3,45 Student Court 3,45 Actor in "The CrucibIe", 15 "Our Town", 35 "Brigadoon", 45 Buxton V-P 45 ACDA 45 Oracle 3,4. ERWIN, John-IM football 15 IM basketball 1,25 Student Assistant, Public Relations Office 1. FEARNOW, Randall-Student Court 2, Chief Justice 35 Reflector 3, National Affairs Ed. 45 InternationalllntercuItural Studies Comm. 3,45 YD 3,4. FISHER, Mark-Track 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 FCA 3,45 Who's Who5 PAE 15 Sigma Zeta 1,2,3,45 Senior Lab Assistantg Lab Assistant 2,3,45 Senior Class Quiz Champions5 C-Club 1, Pres. 2 8. 3,4. FUDGE, Brenda-IM volleyball 8 basketball 3,45 Escapee 4. GEESAMAN, Kerry-Wrestling 1,2, Capt. 3,45 Football 1,25 Buxton Pres. 45 Unidorm 4. GLASS, Kathryn-SEA 3,45 Women's Ensemble 1,2,35 IM volleyball 8 basketball 1,2,3,45 Co-ed volleyball 1,2,3,45 Homecoming Comm. 3,45 Alumni Telethon 3,4. GOMMEL, Ruth-Who's Who5 APhiO 1, Sec. 2,35 AC Sec. 1 8t 2,35 CC Social Activities 1,2,35 Sigma Zeta 2,35 Science Club 1,25 Tusitala Ed. Board 15 PAE 15 Women's Ensemble 1,25 H. Merrill Underwood Earth Sciences Award 35 General Chemistry Award 15 Technical Crew, "A Mid- summer Night's Dream", 25 Chemistry 81 Computer Lab Assistant. GRANGER, Kenneth-Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Stage Band 1,2,3,45 WICR 1,2,35 Musician, "Godspell", 45 Reflector 1. HANNA, Luanne-APhiO 1,2,35 HENDERSON, Joy-Reflector 1,2, Art 8t Features Ed. 8. News Ed. 3,45 CC Coordinator of Student information 3 fEavesdropper, "Dear John" letterJ5 English Dept. Asst. 2,3,45 Who's Who5 Actress in "A Midsummer Night's Dream", 35 APhiO 2,3,45 SEA 45 PAE 15 Art Club 1. HIZER, Bill-Humanics Club 1,2,3,45 WICR 1, News Dir. 25 Cross-Country 15 IM basketball 1,2. HOAGLAND, Stephen-Class Pres. 1,25 CC V-P 81 Treas. 35 CC Rep. 45 Centralaires 1,25 Choir 1,25 YD 3,45 New Dorm RA 45 WICR 15 CC Faculty Comm. 2,3,4. HOLDZKOM, Lois-University Heights U.M.C. Choir 1,2,35 Actress in "Between Two Thieves" at University Heights U.M.C. 25 Women's Ensem- ble 1,25 Science Fair Judge 3. HOWELL, Sandy-Sigma Zeta5 Band5 Crimson Steppers. JARRELL, Jay-Dean's List5 Who's Who5 SAM Treas.5 Junior Achieve- ment Advisor5 IM basketball. JESTER, Joseph-Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,3,45 C-Club 1,2,3,4. JOHNSON, Christine-SEA 3,4. JONES, Krista-SAM 1,25 IM volleyball. JONES, Myrna-Choir 3,45 Centralaires 45 Women's Ensemble 1,25 Wind Ensemble 15 MENC 3,45 ACDA 3,4. JONES, Yvonna-Reflector News Ed. 2,35 Tusitala Co-ed. 15 IAY 3,45 SEA 45 Dep Team 15 Class Election Board Chairperson 1,2,35 CC Election- board Chairperson 4. on Page 153 CD lTl j I Ib 1' S :I rn cn 151 A TIVITIES I SE .L U1 I0 KELLER, Christina-Civic Orchestra 1,2,3,45 APhiO 1,25 Homecoming Powderpuff Football 3,45 IM volleyball 2. KUHLENSCHMIDT, Eden-Reflector 3,45 SEA 2,45 Band 15 Women's ln- tramurals 1,25 WICR 1. KOLP, Lee Ann-Crimson Steppers 1,2,3, Capt. 45 PEMM 1,2,3,45 SEA 45 Faculty-Student Athletic Comm. LAMB, Amy Suzanne-CC Rep 45 CC Religious Activities 2,3,45 Escapees 35 Track 15 PAE 15 ESA 45 Who's Who. LYNCH, Lawrence-APsiO 3,45 Actor in "The Crucible" 8. "Arsenic and Old Lace", 15 "Dark of the Moon" 8. "The Seagull", 25 "Our Town", "The Last of Mrs. Lincoln", "Harvey", 81 "A Midsummer Night's Dream", 35 "Brigadoon" 8. "See How They Run", 45 and Lenten Tour, 1,2,3, Technical Crew!Staff in all the above, plus "Babes in Arms" 8t "The Miser", 25 and "The Glass Menagerie" 8 "J.B.", 4. APhiO 1,2,3,45 PMA Sinfonia 1,25 Choir 1,2,3,4. LUDWIG, Paul-Reflector 1,2, Asst. Ed. 3, Chief Ed. 45 Dean's List 81 Honor Rollg Who's Who5 WICR 1,2,35 Honors Program 1,2,3,45APhiO1,25 Choir 3. MANIFOLD, L. Cameron-APsiO 3, V-P 45 Actor in "Spoon River Anthology" 8- "The Crucible", 15 "Babes in Arms", "Dark of the Moon", 81 "The Seagull", 25 "Our Town", "The Last of Mrs. Lincoln", 8 "Harvey", 35 "J.B." 81 "See How They Run", 45 and Lenten Tour 2,3,4. Technical Crew!Staff in all the above texcept "Our Town"l, plus "Arsenic and Old Lace", 15 "The Miser", 25 "A Midsummer Night's Dream", 35 and "The Glass Menagerie" 8. "Brigadoon", 4. McNULTY, Dennis-Cross Country 3,4,55 Track 3,4,55 FCA 55 Sigma Zeta 4,55 C-Club 4,55 Wabash College 1,2. MELTON, James-H. Merrill Underwood Earth Sciences Award 45 Baseball 15 WICR 1,2, Music Dir. 3,45 Chess Team 35 Beta Theta 1,25 Curator's Assistant 2,3,45 Sports Broadcaster on WICR for football, basketball, baseball 2,3,45 AC 3. MILLER, Dennis-IM basketball 1,2,3,45 Art Club 15 Homecoming Class Skit 45 Commencement Usher 3. MITCHELL, Sandra-IAY 3, V-P 45 YD 3. MOHR, Becky-Earth Sciences Lab Assistant 45 Computer Lab Asst. 2. MONTGOMERY, Peggy-Centralaires 3,45 Choir 3,45 MPE 2.3, Pres, 45 MENC 1,2, Sec. 3, V-P 45 Women's Ensemble 1,25 Band 1,2. NALLEY, Dick-Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain MVP5 Track 1,2,3, School Record, 100 Yd. dash. NONTELL, Steven-Oracle 2, Chief Ed. 3, Co-Chief Ed. 45 Reflector 1, Sports Ed. 2,3,45 WICR 1,2,3, Sports Dir. 45 Choir 1,2,3,45 APhiO, 2,3,45 Class Quiz Champions 45 Who's Who5 PAE 15 Chess Team 35 Bit Actor in "Dark of the Moon" 8 "The Seagull", 25 IM basketball 25 Homecoming Class Skit 35 Original Third Floor Boys 3. NOOT, C. Rebecca-Choir 1,2, Sec.-Treas. 3,45 Centralaires 1,2,35 Reflector Music Ed. 2,35 Celebrate the Sun dep team 35 MENC5 ACDA 3,4. NOOT, Rolf-Peter-Reflector 1, Asst. Ed 2, Chief Ed. 35 Photographer 1,- 2,35 CC Social Activities Comm. 2,35 Alumni Telethon 3. PENROD, Dane-Humanics Club 1,2,3,45 APhiO 2,35 Choir 2,35 CC Social Activities Comm.: Order of Guerilla member. PHENIS, Mary Ann-AC. POCKEVICH, Denise-Class Election Bd. 15 Homecoming SuperStars 1 PRASSER, John-CC Class Rep. 1,2, V-P Social Activities 3, Pres. 45 Who's Who5 RA tDailey 2, Wilmore 3, New 4l5 Football 2. RASMUSSEN, Elizabeth-MENC5 MPE5 Choir5 "Babes in Arms" 25 "Cinderella"5 Women's Ensemble5 SEA. REED, Michael-WICR Asst. Mgr. 1, Gen. Mgr. 2 81 3, Prog. Dir. 4. REES, David-Centralaires 1,2,35 Indianapolis Opera Co. 3,45 Choir 1,2,- 3,45 MENC 1,2,3,45 ACDA 3,45 Actor in "The Crucible", 15 "Babes In Arms", 25 "Brigadoon", 45 CC Unidorm Chairman 2,3,4. RINK, Rebecca-Women's Intramurals 1,2,3,45 New Dorm Pres. 45 Kaduceans 1. ROSSMAN, Barbara-APsiO, 2,3,45 Asst Dir., "Christ in the Concrete City", 35 "Between Two Thieves", 25 Actress in "A Midsummer Night's Dream", 35 "J.B.", 4. Majorette 1,25 Crimson Stepper, 1,4. SACHS, Jane-IAY Corre. Sec.5 SEA5 Wind Ensemble. SCOFIELD, Greg-Track5 C-Club. SCOTT, Carol-PEMM5 Track 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Fleld Hockey 2,3. SEARS, Michael-Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 C-Club 2,3,45 FCA 2. SEASE, David-SAM 2, Pres. 3 8 45 Student Court 2.3, Chief Justice 45C- K 1,2,3,45 CC Rep 15 CC Convo Comm. 3,45 Class V-P 35 Third Floor Boys 3. SOULE, Diana-Nursing Faculty Rep. 3,4. SPRUNGER, Denise-Who's Who5Spring Festival Queen 35 Homecom- ing Chairman 35 CC Student-Faculty Comm. 15 IAY 2,35 IM volleyball 8t basketball 1,2,3,45 Escapee V-P 35 Co-ed volleyball 1,2,3,45 Alumni Telethon5 Volleyball 2. STEED, David-Honors Program 1,2,3,45 RA tWilmore 3, New 435 Class V-P 45 YR Pres. 35 CC Academic Affairs Comm. 3, Dir. 45 APhiO 2,35 Dean's List 2,3,45 Who's Who5 Outstanding Biblical Scholar in Class 2. SULLIVAN, Wendy-Centralaires 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3, Librarian 45 MENC. SWENGEL, Paula-Reflector 1, Drama Ed. 2,3,45 Actress in "The Crucible", 15 "Our Town", 3. APsiO5 Public Relations Office 2. THAPA, Tika-Nepal Arts and Crafts Exhibition 45 APhiO45 Guest Speaker in Social Sciences Classes twestern Religion, Social Customst5 SAM 2,3,4. TOLIVER, Margaret-SEA 45 Oracle 45 Dean's List 1,2,3,45 English Dept. Sec. 45 PAE 1. TURNER, William-Football 1,2,3, Student Coach 45 Track 15 IM basket- ball 1,2,3,4. VAN DEMAN, Keith-Who's Who5 United Methodist Scholarship Recipient5 Outstanding Business Education Student5 Outstanding Marketing Student5 SAM pres., outstanding member5 Class Treas. 1. WALKER, Janet-MENC: Choir5 Wind Ensemble5 MPE5 SEA5 Women's Ensemble5 ACDA 3,45 "Susannah" 2. WHITACRE, Kevin-Veazey Award5 Wall Street Journal Award5 Who's Who5 PAE 15 Tennis 1, MVP 2, Captain 3,45 PBL 1,2,3,45 C-Club 1,2. WIDINA, Cathy-Women's Ensemble 1,25 Choir 3,45 MENC 1,2,3,45 SEA 4. WILLIAMS, Mary-Sigma Zeta5 Chemistry Lab Asst.5 Crimson Steppers5 Honors Council5 "The Gathering" Dep Team 1. WILLSON, Karen-Oracle Underclass Ed. 15 APhiO Little Sisters 1,25 Escapee 4. Abbreviation Key on Page 153 WILSON, George-Golf 1,2,3,43 C-Club 1,2,3,4g SAM 35 Homecoming WOOD, Deborah-SEA: C-K. Comm. 3,43 IM basketball 1,2,3,4. YEAGER, Jeffrey-CC Flepg YD: Lab Assistantg Intern Probation Officer WOLFE, Marion-Wrestling 1,2,3,4. for Marion County. ABBREVIATIONS-AClAstronomy Clubl, ACDAlAmerican Choral Directors Associationl, APhiOlAlpha Phi Omegal, APsiOlAIpha Psi Omegal, Asst. lAssistantl, Bd.lBoardJ, CClCentral Councill, C-KlCircIe KJ, Comm.lCommitteel, Dir.lDirectorl, Ed.lEditorl, ESAQEpsilon Sigma Alphal, FCAfFellowship of Christian Athletesl, IAYQIAY women's servicel, lMllntramurall, MENClMusic Educators National Conferencel, MPElMu Phi Epsilonl, MVPlMost Valuable Playerl, PAElPhi Alpha Epsilonl, PBLlPhi Beta Lambdal, PEMMlPhysical Education Majors and Minorsj, Pres.lPresidentl, FiAlResident Assistantl, Flepmepresentativel, SAMlSociety for the Advancement of Managementl, SEAlStudent Education Associationl, Sec.lSecretaryl, Treas. lTreasurerl, V-PlVice- Presidentl, Who's Wholamong Students in American Colleges and Universitiesl, YDlYoung Democratsj, YRlYoung Flepublicansl. . R r...wm::..w:ni ,.m41inn linw.1 .,.,.-,vl- lun 3.4- 4 W .mf J. A fb , ' W J ' I 0 154 :V 133 5-1 f, Phi Alpha Epsilon These are your typical scholars-involved in countless other activities and whirling in their own social circles, but scholars they are and will be. Phi Alpha Epsilon honors those who have passed the first test, and Epsilon Sigma Alpha honors the survivors of four years. Epsilon Sigma Alpha I I PHl ALPHA EPSILON: ROW 1-Pat Campbell, Peggy Brodie, Carol Hill, Pat Thomas, Jane Douglas, Julie Howe, Kathy Lamb. ROW 2-Ralph Purkhiser, Pat Hill, Debbie Cohen, Jan Blaising, Steve Whaley, Sharon Rapp. NOT PICTURED: Jeff Wallace, John Wimmer. EPSILON SIGMA ALPHA: ROW 1-Dennis McNulty, Debbie Atklns, Steve Nontell, Joy Henderson, Mark Fisher. ROW 2-Margaret Toliver, Sandy Howell, Becky Mohr, Ruth Gommel, Paula Baker, Ken Barden, Barbara Tipps, Becky Rink, Janis Scott. ROW 3-Barb Spaugh, Carol Davis, Maggie Anderson, Kevin Whitacre, Paul Ludwig, Catherine Brown, Jean Gardner, Tammi Albert, Jan Hlttle, Mark Cooper, Dave Clark. ROW 4-Dave Stowell, Jeff Chansler, Jay Jarrell, Paul Guhl, Dave Steed, Liz Cardona. in x Sm., -2 Q -C ' 4-Ng" , +22 tk X . :Q Q George Arndt 35,36,54,91,96 ' '- 5 106,110 ' Debra Baker . 5, 'I " 42. .ft .. - -I - 2 ,. . , John Blessing 23,95 Q 1 ,Q , ,Q -, r X, Q ,, Q y Elissa Bryant i- 4' -' ' ' . - - - , Jeanne Carifi 109,119 ,Q X' y 4 f Q - NK, Gail Carlson 117 , 1 I 1. Q 1 X . Q gt X 1 , Gail Chambeflaln 36,104 N f i .Q 1 ,- Cathy Clodlelter , , . Q " YQ S SQ,.r,EQ:g , -1 Q Q1 :QQQSQ X .Q- ,df.eNwQ:sQKQ: ,- he -'W V Q Q? 1 0 . Q , 6 , x if iff Q- Ben Coats 91,955,110 3? 'f ' , gd , ,, , m QX Mary Crenshaw g Q , - ri" - X 15 ,QQ . Ari Kevin Cross 107 " -r ."' ' Q . Q - - , Richard Cunneen f , ,Q -N, , Lisa Depoy th .1 , , 9 'lg .-,f Kathy Dolan 'ly I 5 ,V jk, S ' 64, fi- r ,' f, , X , Joann Felker ,K 5. ' QQ fl QQ ' tr R Charles Gareri X '1 'L . 1 ' ' f' 741.145--, - ,- ,.: gi .Q QQ LF, ' A xi ' fQ3lQorinrE Graham 14,38 . . ' f- 1 'A Y , ark ray ,Q Q QQ Q Q. Q Q, .. . .,.,Q P ,ll ,. Floger Greenawalt "' ' A - 1. 1 A l 5 7 B " 5 Mike euihrie - , 1 "' ' ' 1, ' , -Q , Pam Hardacre 118 . "' it Q 1 -M z Barbara Jager 'F K X1 1 sl. Jennifer Koch 118 , - ' ' ,Q h . 1 Frank Lahgah 60,593,103 ' A 1 1 6. Mike Lee Q x Q ' gave Leflahdo I J ai , . ii 6- " S. 1 s at Ludwig . 'H 1 ' , ss- - 31 1' Nikki Macy I ' if W , Q, ' 4 N i ' .. Brenda Maxwell 35,36,47.64,96, E V Q i fi ,s A - 4 , t 100,104 ' Barb lvleclain 36,46 NX, ' A , . e A Q-i ' 64,104 ' Mary McWhorter 'X '- ' S N 1' Connie Montgomery 14 ' .Q ' A fr A Ruth Mueitwey 117 ' ,, .,. A , -1 , 1- Deborah Phillips his r A X Q ' ' T ,i A Mark Reiff 78,110 ' 1 Q " - " S1 ' " ' 1 :Q 3 it .Q 1 'L Sue lfzieherdeoh 35.46.96 5 , , eg , , je, cg i . ,, 1-tg ' , Cynthia Rider . if , 5, ' - . 1 Jean Sachs 105,107 VQ- Q ,QQ i Q Q , ' s in . Q A N., Mary Schwartz 97 , 3 he " Q Q l Q Q, Greg Sc0t136,97,101,104,112 1 .. ., , S ..e,- , , ,- . . . ' cs' . S I ttf- Ann SibIeY 16,36 2 .. I 1. ' ' ' ' Flick Stahlhut 94,9511 " ' ' ' ., ' ' X Q, ' Ralph Swartsell . I ggi ,- f , if , rem Wagner 94,115 at , Q , Melissa Watkins f " 4 l K , S Q DOLIQ Weber 9,15,94,96,103.105, X Q , , AIX 115 ' Carole Perkins A . ' f-1 , X , Richard Ayer ,rg ,W Q i Q, -Q "MF: Q Lowell Beggs w ., ' Qs 2 I T ' w- -- Loretga Chiu 28 . ' . . . Q. ' - 1 "1 , .g. Ted risman v W. QR. ' ,, Q . 5, is ' 7 Q ' - ' 3 jx ' MarthaHl-iamburg i . . . 'js Q - N" " ik ,ef , -A Linda enry . QQ - xsegmgnq Q Q .Q l Q4 X X ,I Q , QS XX 5 QQ Rita Chen Q ,. , bib' was Q ,Q R wx 1, EX Q Catherine Bates wif 1' 5 l is '- Q R T is ' " ' 1 Beatrice Dunn , - 6 . Q A QQ S: Q QQ N- L gynthlg Lampton i A . . 1 -- . r 'Y r' Q' . 4- ' ichar Loy 1- 4' is Q, "3 5 A Angelo Moore -ll Q. "fr g Judith gtothrock ' ff Q Q-ff 1. , 'i Joyce hieh ,, N 5 i ,QQ Q X John Tharp 3 , 515 - 1 S? Emmaline Wu J . Please I7Of6.' All classifications have been determined, as accurately as possible, from the official ICU Semester ll Day Division rosters, completed and printed March 10, 1977. as possible toward the goal of a comprehensive index. Beside each name is a list of every page in this yearbook on which that 2 0 ? 'Q N m O. Q na oiueg Buy SJ efoun SS ! It CD Q. person's picture appears positively identified. Not all pages have been in- dexed in this fashion, for the sake of convienience. We have done as much 1978 Adams to Hawkins 3 . ,.,'V. W, . Mark Adams 1132.89.98 1 ' ii .. .. g Teresa Allen 104 .. - cu " 'iii' Mitch Ankenbauer 110 QA' ' 7' - V1 - Q . ' Doris Arnett 113 L .bg ' 5 Loretta Arney 115 , ' i 'N H-A Jennifer Atherton 36,104 A' l I t Mike Atkinson 91,98,11G ,. . W1 Q 1' ur X Lynn Atwood , , El R ' ,--.5 ' iii ' .. ' Patricia Bacon A , ev , va Melissa Bailey 117 l :N fn. Larry Barnhorst 28.30 ' 'ij' ' V 5' N fa V 1 ' - G ' ' Fion Barrick 15,102,112 ,. 1- ' , 5' T Y- Q I Dave Beal 53.112 ff" .P , g J j l Don Beeman 66,99 1 e ,. , . W 1 y ' , - 1 Kari Beer 2a,7a,ee,99.107. I Q. A 1 Q. l , - - Nancy Beyer 112 ' ' , -t' ' Teresa Bilyeu ' " L , Joe Boes 107,108,112 - ,, ..,. 1 , ,IN ' Marisa Boggs it ' i-1: , ,2 4 T 5 T ' Flick Bohnke ' :la 215- 1 -c - ,rj -1 . , Tina Bowers 118 g 4 , ,. , -, ' , . 'X Bin Brewer 19 1 is . 'Ne 3 tx ie, . , Karla Brown 51,96 ,, ,S f I Mary Brown ff ' , Q A 10 't 1 'l . I Michael Browning 5 ein Bruce 36,101,104 I at - B -- -A 1 , 1 Paula Burke 102,103 , g A 1 T - f Cathy Burton 103,117 ' '-- . in r- - e . Mike Burton 28 , xi -' .i V ' ' E , " Jackie Biieaia 117 fa..- Y " , 1 ' r ii, Mary Jane Butts 118 f, - , K l , -Qk.-'eg ,V Carla Byrum ' - 'Y , Yr, fi" H- it isbn W g S , Teresa Camp 105,118 M , , C '- ' " Jesse Ccarrasquillo 48,50,111 r 1 ' ,'. eresa ass V ,bl 1 -' f - f ' ' ' A , Randy Caster 91,94 YL ,B 1, 5 X -' Hifi .1 i Jerry Cepican 112 1: 1 f . an 1 .X N Q X 5 -it 1 J Dave cnaiiie 36,114 , 7 -Rx A9 N ' X 1 f ex. fad Janet Chandler . 5 ' r fx 1 'ix I , H 1 f - Mike 'Art' Chapman 24,713,112 si' g , 9 R N Deb Chastain 17,103,118 'L Q75-J , . 1 Pam Clayton 8,1O.15.118 ,V .V ' '21-A -ig , 7, ' Dave ciine10a.11o 1, " Q 59 . ', ' P ' X 2" F f - Tom Clymer 106,112 e gg -. 31, V 1 Paul Edwin Coffman 3 0 ii, 5. , F, x , Melody: Coryell , .ji 5 , ' '14 vi n Brian ox l 'fs ' N Joyce Crabtree 118 . Y . '-. .1 . , W . . V . Q , Scott Crossen . X . H .A Q , 5, Dave Cutshaw 28 4, ' L Q M 5 f.- Clvobert Davis ', N -T - 3 - - it xp, illiam Davis - ' , A T' T I 'J Bali Digkson 53,9e.109.112 I ...I ' J X .rs at ie u -' - . 1 ' 5' 4 '. 11 ' l '- , ' ' ' ' A' Dunlapggan Wa, , Fi- rea' "1 ' 1 'i ' 1 Vicki Ellis 9,60.102,118 171-if l' '.. r K Jim Erwin 112 -h 'Z' .N V- Chet Ferrell 9,519,121 2 WH . f -1 I in 1 1 . - 27' Kevin Fiibey 112 .ra Q5 it- ' ie , Q ' ' ,nj ' A' Y 7 , Nila Fishero ' . r ' , ra ' ' f . X Jeanne Fitzgerald 36 , W ' u., ii 1' i Elf - 1 9 fre 'fu T 'J P P jack Fixi 337392105 f Q W 1' . ,if . ' ' , ,-1 . ,V .x ane Futon , . . , gg ' W r" 'Q. ' 1' 27 ix V T F' Mike Gasper r 5 I l Sag ' Z Q . - S "' i EI A ' - N -' .r Pony Gaiick 33,99 X ' ,, ,. - Q N ,W ,.., Joe Gaynor 28.53.70-72,112 . Y . . ...,, ,L QA - D -N, Tom Geffen 1e,2s.29.7a,as.112 2 " 1 1 ' C, P-if-9 - ' .LL ge -.Of is ' Marcia Gibson .51 - ' -fa 1, . , Karen Gilson N ' Q Q f' ' -' A ' . Randy Graves 111 ' 1,1 Q , I ., -Qi' ' is L5 -g.r.:g, Q ,fl .1 Steve Guiliani 57,97 X ,ff Earl Haase 1 'X , N " r.--im irismx- SG - L " ' K A Holly Hackman 117 . xi U , X 5 ' 51--Q ,- .. .A . ,. . Mark 1-iaiiom 66,112 K. 'S N . .. . I . Luanne Hanna 96 " . 'R Q , K ., - -, Karl Harker - Y . . . , ,, g..- - g 1 4 Paui Harper 87,115 ,X g . 10 , . 7 ' J a Shane Harrington 9.93,112 'T 1 ' ,4 Y , -X .1 I - ' 0, J .A Larry Hathaway 11.36.106 x , N '- N 1- L ' , F - Mike Hawkins 114 'f M -ff 1 f ff.-a H I x. il . i l NOT PICTURED: Mark Bailey ip. 1081. Deborah Bohman, Leslie Britton, Carol Buck, Karen Ferrara Heckman to Roberts i Wendell Heckman 108,110 Steve Helton 1978 v. -uv 'wi ' ' ', 'N Barb Herbster 86 es' get ,Atv N j . ff 3 .gi A Greg Hernandez 9,11,111 Q, Q, T 2 , ,I L' Q ' - Elbert Hill 43,6a,67,6a,a7,1o3,114 ' fe , A 1 I Q A 1' I ' l K Debbie Hizer 92 , 5 4. Q A-1' , Karen Hochstetler 117 X, , . ,., g YN - 7- Steve Hodgson 43,44 Q' Qs 'A QF , .QQ2 ,Y X4 .2 C m ' Aft ' . F Qxl . M ,9 -1 1 L Judy Hellerlgyg 15 17 ' f 13. QQ 1 ' Kevin Hoo , . 4 E Q , 1 1 John l-len 48 li if H Q sq -M ' 'it '- , fi." ' 5 , Glenn Howell 2a,75,a4,1o2,121 43 , , 5-Q . ' 1 ...A ' Victoria Hull Q u l. Q ' f ' . Q. ' Q 1 Q i,g.Q,,.11- h , Bethany Hyslop 1 " I 5,5 ' R . ' . Deena Imel . , , .4 ,.,' N 335' P Debbie Jameson 117 4 f S5 " "? T' - ' X., . f wks. , . ,. Q, Ti as ,T A , .. " ,Z " ' ' f , Q, nick .lay 94,101,112 ' 1 .. Bruce Jennings 109,112 ,. ,Q Q- - , ' 9 .8 ' John Jones 28,30,78,85,112 ' 3 " ,GL il ' Q gk Y gteVe,faQl43-45 H ... 9. :L N- - - ., , . reg au man . X - , ,D Q , , ff 45,1-1 X Jim Kemp 97 S X' V' iw 2 'f 4' 1' Q -r , -.XX XY 'N Bruce Kercheval 4 'jeg 0 Q , ,Q , ' 1 , Dave Kilmer a,4a,5o,e4,a7,1o9 , . '12 Q if if 1, fs f .1 1 e-,,,1 , eeei r . ,sm ' 7 ' " 1 Joe Kipier si lb . Jett Kirkman 28 Q QW A Q J if N ' Terri Kleine 105' 'Q MLQQ . YQ .Q A f' a Sarah Kottlowskl 120 Q N 5, . -1 V ' QL, ' vga Greg Krider . 'L Q . " .X f , X 4 , 'jj ' Linda Krout 11s as 1 A 1 'Ne lg - , K Gerry Kuhn 48,66,99,111 i X , J 1 Terry Lane 110 3 ...L ., ' XX V , ,T . . Q, H .Q 1 ' 4 Tim Lahie 2B,67,69,B2,8B,11O 2-Q . .f,.. Q , ,Z , ,Q . Q, 1 J Tom Lergns 28,29,88,112 , . g , W a - "' A N Kevin Leenley 112 Pig, LN, 2. ,,, A Q fg , .- Q- X Dan Leary , ff 'Q ' Q - X Larry LePage 66,109,121 F' X 9 QQ N Gary Lester 112 0 Q -Q ' ' y x g XVL 5 Susan Malasics . i N I IN.. Linda Mann 1 , 1- Q, . KU S ig Y 1 Q, - ' ' K " Flick Marshall 1O,3B.99,1J2 " ', , 1 ' 2 ' ..- 1 Mary Jane Matthews 11 -Q L K: E 'Wh' . A Q Q," ,, Pete McAllister 105 Q- - Q 5 K. . M103 W Q' ' , ' Allen McCormack 46.47 ,QQ . .- Q, A Vg s' X ' Marcia McDaniel 119 QQ ' . it ' 'Q Bruce MCDOweII ' V, , if ' ,f . H Jeni Metcalf 84,B5,91,118 V S ev -Q, . Linda Miller v Q exe- Z 9' A . J ' iii? ' t Q Q A 5. , , Fred Mlndach 46,112 . 'S ' .. Y 2 ' 'r v M " Anne Morris 98,120 g 9 ,, Cl e - , ,S .. 1: 'Q " . 5 S " S Patricia Mosley 38 .N QQ 1 g' N ' - 39 " , J.. I Anne Myers .asm " - ' , gn ' - Jim Najpaver 28,811,121 ' , X, .Q Q Q t . Q 1 AM? as , 2- Jocara Nammlnga , X f 4. . ff, 1 , S 1' Q Q Mike Natalie 1' . . XFY 1 , 1 Maureen Neddo 102 Qi.. I ' i ..,. es " Victoria Newcomer J Q fx fe ,Q - Q Elaine Oechsle 90 9 - P ,, , 1 it '. -Q ""'l" " Steve Osburn 112 Qi 1. 1 X . ,QF " 4 f . ' 71 ' ' N f . ,, oeve overnlen za-ao,71,ae 1- X 1 ' ,ig . .. -1 , . f e 1 X Michee atterson A Q, Q A I P 103 5 gk ' 1 'if' "' 9 his " ' 'K Sue Patterson 60 ,Vw -,Qf ' we ' Q ' Q, Q Lge , A I 1 , Karol Payne 8,60 W '-F21 Q, ' -1' 1 I 1 1 f ., 5 . ' Chuck Peckham 99,108,111 ' Q 1 f Q1 l . -ee.. ,QI , -: ' ' if John Peters 2a,3o,a5,17oe04 V V . ,- .e Q H Steve Petry 36,3B,6 ,9 . N ' 3 , i 'ew 'SH 'S " Sernyppljekelli 104 Q ew it ' - 9 1 3, - 9 . , i -.g:, any i COC '- fi ff Q- ' X ,' Don Pllmanzgaglzsieg 1 1 L -7- 1 Q3 - 1 'Q Robin Polk . , .Liv ef , , A S 7 5 ,IQ K Peggy Price K QQ I, Vi l f' ' craig Flalelln X -9 i LAX - R ' " l ' ifffiitafi' ""'it' X12-:1"'fE5'5 ' V W fr Q .Q Mx Q..' . Q Anna Ray Q i 1 -. , .W Dave Reid zz 4 . QQ , -. l . 1 ' F ' -. Tina nenll1en1o,61,7a,99,11a . -Q gl j Q ' Yi. e-Jgxsf Nancy Flesler 117 " ' X , 1. 'S -f - Q ,NS A, 9 , , .1 higf . 1. Donna Reuter 105,118 . 5.1 ,. x ' 1 Q- ' -- Debbie Rich 36 ' f' , Q ' , ,s H' A v , ' Dennis Flippy 115 If lt YQ V - - 1' X' P , 'P Dennis Roberts 115 Q xg A sf, gi .. 4 3 L g X NOT PICTUFKEDI Elizabeth Hendrix fp. 119l, Mike M0rgBl'l, Steve Outcall fp. 911. 7978 ' ,bv .4 , Robinson to Zuoancic N Vonda Robison , Bill Rogers 43,99 F - - -2 X . , O3 Randy Roller 1oa,112 ' 1 s P- ,. . - ' Q John Ruthroff 24,98,106,168 v j , I3 ,, 3 - QQ . . 1 , 1, Debbie Sachs 51,105 , ' 1 ' - -- , , 44 J , Laura Sanchez 24.25 Wa. r ,- L N' ,, , uf Mary Pat Sapp 0' ,la 1, f I 3 I Ax X Steve Sark 28,78 ' 3 1 Q , ' - i Dave Sawrie 23,152,112 g N 'X Jim Scott - ,, r Q Joeann Scott Y ' . " " " ' -- ' S. 'Hog .' V ' Mike Seaney ,L ' ' . gi' 1 ' - 3 1 -5- Terri Shepard -' 5 . ix Tf ' ' :Q ' , Louise Snyder X "- , - N :F ,g tj ' f n ,iv ' -,. Den Snyder 36,64,97,104,116 X, 1 , . . i. , 1 A f ' - ,, . . . . Q. . , f 1 N' Gina Spleker - -X 1 ' 4 A ,, :se 1 5 5 ! X -' is 9- if 5 Ken Stancombe 53,115 7 A ,,. ., Gene Star 4 , , , U - :- 1 Mike Starkey 18,111 f -l - K ff F ,Q :.- " ' "2 ' N - Mark St, Clair 110 ' ' ff.. in Q ,' N-3 , Bill Steadmarl 18 QT," "' , 1 , 1 Jenn srebaugn 23 ' i . ,, X ' ' Kara Stohry 103,118 ' ' ' ' 1 -f 'gg , f I Terri Stucker 15,G0,61,101,11B 1 ,- r Q , e , 5 -4 .Q A X 'Q - ' + L Z! '1 1 I me Rod Sgucky 115 .,.. . H , Terri tump 33, 102,120 , . 1 rw -'fy Steve Sturm 90,102,115 , T 1 T '55 e 1 1 'P' 1:41, f - Teresa Swanson 10 figfl' ,X 'i' e 3 1 1 . "1 j ' Rick Taylor 111 rx, 5 1 -r . A ' . , V E 2- Tom Taylor 86 . ' N ' ' '? 3 Mark Thayer 122 , , 0 , , "" N Jim Thomas X r ' ,W if 5 , fr ' ff' 1 fi 4 xi Tu ,,,. Q , .,, 1 ,,:.i Jerry Tnrogrnarrin 11,2a,53 A -151 i- 9 , Brenda Teliver 105 'W' ' , ef F iw J E -'- - Gerri Torwelie 95,102,107,11B Q - . ,V W A A 'A 14 as -5 , ,je A Cathy Trowbridge 102,107,114 Q, 5 , 3-1 V '- lr 1-- i' . Q ' ' ' Je Jesse Trueblood 53,112 1 ' P N ' 51 f 1 Steve Turner 19-21,99,11O 1,5 , ' 5 N k Y , ' Ned Van Emon 111 I I 'I X 1 1 , Dave Vleck 5a,7o,71,112 my ,' Q , 1 ' 1115.3 is 'A aa Z' - Marla Wallace 50,101,113 . , Af: ,, 'Q 1' -1 Mike Wallace 115 , 1 V A5 .1 1' X ' 4" ' .T 1 - Cindy Wasson 90,114 1 V 'ff Y 15" 3, Q1 , ' 1' Mike Weaver 67,68,99,110 Q ,, fx - 4 f ' W Mark Weigand 94,115 1 51 ff' N, , 3 Q A , 1 N l Darlene wendeln 33,105 ' ,. l . 4' V' 1 Will Wienhorst 44,71,72,116 fi ' A 1 X Bill Williams 28.67,99,11O 1 ' ' - , gave Willoughby 87,110,168 A : ' in g ' :. , iek Wimmer 2a,3a,s4,1o1 A 20 ' 5 ,- 3, ' Q Dave winlin 48,108 . , " ' gf, . , , tl A S N 1' Tim Wonnell 48 N - , X Q , , - Candy Wooden B7 'Pi " -"gl ' 1 ,L ' , --" Renita Young 103 .N 1 ,Q fx' gy, , N' ' Tern Zupancic 2a,4s,49,7a,aa g -' -, N i , " y. X .ii 1 . , dy A NOT PICTURED: Margaret Rode. 1979 Allen le Beal ' V 1 TX . DJ xlxllellssa Allen N f- Q - ei x ' iiliarn Allen ai" ' " Tal" A' 1 Steve Amrhein ' ' 05 1 N A J Q, ee ,SE .. ,Z Q F Dave Aneelel 43-45 . A ' ... ' Q, A. 1, ' ' Cathy Anderson 120,168 1 1, , ' ji ,lx I rgianiy Qnderson 79,82.97,99,12O ' 1 I -. if xi , , at n erson 104 .A Vx g ' 1 E Z Sue Armstrong 35,54,58,59,95 , S L, ' - - .L " 1 rf " is -n-f NY - 1 , I ,quqs X 5 , , i W Laura Bailey ae,45,e1,91,119 'A ' -, r -1 .. ' Tim Bajusz 43-45,713,121 A R 4 -' f , , tg, A Q 45 in Cathy Barczak 120 A " 4 ' ' W , lg - ' ' 5 A ' , Gary Barker 97.168 .N ' N X - ! ef- 7' ' Dennis Barron W 1' ' 1 - Deanne Barry N X , 11 1 . 1 , X 1, Rex Bauchert 43,116 1 ' ' X Don Beal 82,122 ,I vi .. .,.... ...,,,,,,,,.,,. .. Bean, f? K39'e' 7979 .k NL CO NI CO ' Yi F Connie Bean . .. 1 im- W 4, -' - D H, . ' - , Q Mary Beckner 2. x M 1. , A A 4 . , Jim Belcher 122 - - . ' "' S' 1 Xe vi 1' 'W " - Bonnie Benson 120 Q . Silly .12 , . J, 4 XT . cami Black 19,105,120 1 N,., 1' ffl , ' 1 f , - Janice Black 103 U , 1 ' l. , ' A , , , , Y Jan aiaising 3e,101,120,154 4- ' r ' J 4-X1 Bob Bogardus 14,28,53,78 4 ' , Kathy Bohannon ,gf Q X , ' e.. -1 . - - fx f a "Y: ' Jane Borden 2- -A 1 X 'Q ' 'f 'N 5- 1 5, f i Y. , cai Bouimee 95,122 " -, .tb i . My f 2 ' ' ' filf LeAnne Briggs 120 A, EX my 4 5' 1 X 1 Del Brinson -if - g X 1 ' 'Qi J Peggy Brodie 154 . ji, S 'X A 1 X Derek Brown Nix, 1 N A Pamela Brown , X " -' ,,1x K , y,..e . 1 A . , 1 . 1-E , , .9 1 1, is ' it Gary Broyles 122 3 few, . "' 1 1 Z4 , 1 Q ,X my igrunegfgs 1 , . 1 kit' s"'--1 2 , Q a ryan .525 ' ' rv A. b x li . 1 - . -ie Lauri Bury119 7'---V -1 gl, 'W X, '- 4 ' A, TAN Sam Bush A ' T' r-. ' A Rx X' X V i 55, R 4- If I 1 , Julie cain as 1 1 R 1 , 5 1. 1 I i , Dave Carpenter 23,122 "xt .. ' K, x F - -,,,,,.w - Susan Castelluccio 120 k - . S 1 --., .- . 1 if j 'Q 1' 1' Rick Caylor 91 '- 1 ' '- im Deborah Christy ' 2: ' V " i .fs Sandy Chrysler 120 2- - . .R 'Q' ' g Mark Claeys 25.66,99 5 1 V 1, 1' .R V D0ug Clark 2B,3O,78,82,'l16 A 'i' 1' '- s . 23 r X .. fx Debbie Cohen 120,154 A M -1 S51 - Q J fi 5 1 Mark Conway Qe.....aaxawih X 1 IN . "" 1 t. K ' N' ' " X ,,-A text? E . , Sf-'51 If ,sf"G"'Y1,e, 5 Cindy Crim 120 1 A :f ' Dave Crisp 1 E f Jim Daviasen 15,121 ,- A - -brett l , af , , - ' J, Duane Davis N if 1 X '- ' ' 5 , ' X H Jace Davis 1- .. X ' ' e. ' 1 . - W 1 1 N, Fiobin DeBurger 94,117 g Q 11 ec ' , ,ge ' Sandy DeZearn 79,911,120 , H 2 I . Nancy Dinkledine 16,93,103,120 X 1 't iteve Donovarlm 00 54 " , 116. , arle DOUQISS .1 ,12O,1 f Q . ,V 'Af . " ' Beverly Dreyer 'W' 32 , I 4-1 2 Q- fi' Mani Eishoff 93,103 -3 X ,e 1 , A , r f,. f' .t . Meta Enslen 91,95 0 ' A " -I - , D N A . 1 Joan Erwin X X., 1 g '- " f i he-jj ' I ,, Q Joseph Evans bf ' 4, Q '- - Byron Feiker 89,110 fr .vgw ' 2 X X 1 is X tl ' X . .1 N 0 r. 1 -v -.7 if Ni. , ,tm Don Finney 66 K .- , ' Q5 Dave Fleming 43 , ' , XF' ff-, 4 1 A' Nancy Gardner S' " t - 1 gg, ,Q , l -jeg Sally Jo Gardner 120 P Y Ig 1 N 2 , 1 x,,, f Pnii Gans 2B,31,52,11O , , li. Cathy Giri , " ,Q " :ie - . Q, -. Ken Goetzinger ' ,K g ts 'iq P 1 . 1 5 2 oamiiie Goins 25,106,117 1 1 y',, -C 1 , . 3 tt it 'si . i .,-,f X ,lqxxgi fee, - X X ' . ' Rusty Goodpaster 70-72 -1 Q. aw. fi ' ' i- 2' M , Lila Grant 51,73,105,119 ii 4 W 1 , x g ' Y V 5 f Darlene Graves , 1 B' .5 , sf " pg , K ' '1 "". 4-"fx B " 1 , . ' ,km , Tim Gregory 97,108,121 ' A -5- ti: '. ,1 + ., t I 1 58 Q ' 1 " Donna Grimes -' ' ,ilk Y 1 ' V '. 5: -' ' -, 1, Q ,M -1 , Kim Gunnoe ' A 5 - ,, 1 ev 1. " Q ' lgagi Pam Hammond " 53 'N ,X .s' , MQ. 1 ' 'X " Jeff Hanna 43,44 - fi 11 'i -ii ' i 'thx SX , Q9 - J gges 1' LCA Q . Q I , Eet:1HZrper 15,95 , V, I 'Qs 1 , Ag at y atton W N 0 ' , 1' 1 j- Randy Herbert 105 3 'rc , 'J -- '35 'N - ,W , Q ' 5 ' ' Carol Hill 12,13,35,96,154 - S, ' - 1 QQ, J 1 A 'ji ,. ,SQA Q - , 1 T . Pail-iiii 120,154 " ' , 1- 1, 1 151 ghucik S-lloo?1erd18,4B,122 ,tv - X ' Q X. j 'f,.gR?- I i X ,R 1 21, aro e os or 1 ' i , is ,, , EEN, A j' Joe Howard fx . ' 'g X V .1 N ' K, 1' Q if As e1.1',2Qe-,.a.fe5'3'i 'X' " 11:5-5 . 1 .rJ:igie,Ho:-vie 1k0,61,99,119,154 'L "I U . A' , L, .:' -3 -, ,, ares uc step 121 1 , .- , , , 52 5- "' . Dan Huffman ' 1 , if h ,,, f' ig., L, 1,21 - Carmen Hurley 2B,46.5O,78,116 , . 1 Q g " .Q ' V 'W ,V I Al Jackson 26,85,B6,111 . ' -- ' -, ' , 4, Dale Jones 36,47 2 'f 1 y 1 f :, ,sa ' f"' 5 Doug Jones 2" ' ' " lk N' ! X " 5, 1 Scott Keeler 28,53.70,72,86,B8,122 , 1, '1 ' , ' . NOT PICTURED: Teresa Brown, Robert Cashman, Sherrill Dixon, Gregory Friar, Avonelle Hilkene. 79 19 1979 Kennedy to Scott Q ' Tom Kennedy 12.13.35 . V . 2 - , , -25 Nate Kennett F "5 ' M ,P 9 i - Nina Kingery 117 ' ,Aw i , 9 . , , Q - Julie Kingseed 119 if ', -N Q T ' 5, ' 1- 1 Terry Kinnett 110 'X - Q .Z 2 ff : mx Seen Kipter 78,122 ' . Fffqbg,--' Nj lggv Nina Kistler 91,95,102,103.120 ' ik - l 'Y Dave Kitchell 66,112 . 1 ,,, 5 'EX ' ., . ' 7 ' ' lg. Steve Knoop ' -, 4 , , 2 A v .1 Q12 Brends Knopp - Q H. ' 7' j' . fi "i, 2 - Callie Koenig 1 P' 3 ' ' ' Q ' ' Q ' '5 3 , .Hi Cathy Krouse 16.36,97.104,120 L- i 1 , 'Y --1 8 1. 5 " Doug Lamb -1 ' ty '1 , K. 1 K I 1 11 , left.. . - , Kathy Lamb 93.103,120,154 1 - - 'N M 1 -.1 ' 7 - , 1.1 -Eh . 1' ' T Steve Lemma ' ' 4' 1 P- Steve Leonard V733 l ' ii tl Dave Llewellyn , X A, ,, x Admiral Lord 96 n C, , V1 L.. , ,ig 8' - Mike Mach 28.31.116 -:yt g "' N ge. 2, PM . - Denise Martin 105,106,119 1 .: , 1 ,, " ' ,, 15, x , Anita Martz P' 'Q K f . .,,,,.., P Joe McConnell 98 ' 2 L , .1 X Q s. , . 'X . 'ew 3 Scott Miles 48.49.116 x -L ' f X A Christie Miller 104 , J 1 ,WFS n ,X ' X David Miller 1 N 5 Q. Mx ,,, H 1 Karen Miller 16 in Q 5- 1' . 8 . 5 ' A , 1 Marci rvlilier 120 , S - . . 1. ' - I' 1 2 L 1 51 Steve Miller 112 ff!-- ' , -iw , ."2 Dan Mitchell 24,25,53.122 n .T ' N ' Q- - Q 2 ,H Marlin Moman 36,101 ....,, , , . 1. w-1 X X Mark Montgomery 46.47.101 , F K W . - ,Q Ed Moore 52 ,,. ' .1 .' XX- ., 2 -ky' gfi , X . , ' T Nancy Moore 120 I .- . M L. J f 1 1., 2 .,.. 1 - 1 Jay Moulton 108 , 'f A my ' if' ' 1"g , 1 . 3 W-' Kevin Mouser 28.31.82 , 1--1-:L - 1 as it 1 1 i 1 gg 1 carol Murphy 36.38.101.104 Q is S -fu' Q 1' ' 1 11.,,, , i Qnita Murray 120 ' ,xy x 2' s X gf M ' - usan Ne ms 1 -- 1 - , Dick Newhouse 28.123 ff. 1' 8 ' A, Jeff Newton 122 ' I xlfkat 1 1 I 2 1 """' ' .fe 8 1 George Novak 28,67 gi. f- 1 1-X ,gg v- - 5' if ,X ,et .. , Sherri Overley 120 xi- -1 1 A i.: , - re' 1 f ,V S E 1 le... 47 "1 Rob Parker 122 1. "i" '- - ' 5- V L ., I ' ' U59 John Pattison 28.121 1 .... .e 1 , .1 1 '- --.J 1 Kristi Pewileen 119 l V .jj ,pm - Q 5 Kevin Pearson 43-45.67.69 . x -111,3 M ,.,. ,eg ..,.,, V, V . J - Lesley Penelton X N N 1115- - l - 3 '- '- " - Bob 'Teeny' Penner 63.114 .ii 8 - Bonnie Peralta Jill Persinger 120 W A33 - 'g lna Peters 120 ,M 'nf 'S' Q P5 'L T. 1-9 " Joe Peters 28 P ef , f-3 1. 13, E. Tom Peters 101 K 9 Ng-,. ' , 9 e -jf Nels Peterson 2' . 1-je f ,x v - , 1 '-'N' 1 "' ' Debbie Phillips ee.:-i 1. A1 ,.,. , ,X . . , --I , 1 ,l g, rem Pene 18.53.70 1' 'X 1. '1 - X NY - ,- i 1 ' " X Patricia Pruitt 1 f 7 Ralph Purkhiser 100.115.154,16B , I ' Sharon Rapp 36,47,107,120.154 - ne. 1 r. , 5, 1 e.21.1.f-1. .., Ii ' Q. ,., ,, " . ff. Donna Ray 119 ,. gm : .. 1 5. " 1 1 gm "1 N' ,. Mike Reel 28.78.122 -1 T Lf -X : - - -.. ' -f-P I X -- S yy- Darrell 'Duddy' Reeves 28,29.70. , i , X 4 , J F -' X. 71.121 ' Cheryl Reiger12O 1 X ,251 1, 4 ft 'gl' f l S" ,ff - i fx, 'X 1-P Steve Reimold 115 ' 1 f" Hs' 1 -fy ' 3 ' T Dan Repass 53.122 3 , gi gm ' 'P -"X ' ak .. I 2 7 Q ,S 5 3' t 5? ' Diana Rivers 103,107,119 1. X F . 1 .1 4. A, ,F Debbie Rogers 119 Q 43 . ' Z Q' Q, .Iam RomaclZ48.50 " " I 7 5 , z. 1 -, - ' " - A1 arkRose 8 I ' .1 Q1 i, , F .1 . Janice Ross X H , L in - - ' ' I "i-.,. if X gusan Rowand h A N -1 5 X ' N ' ' -XW1 1 ' usan Runnebo m 7 i ' ' Cindy sare 51,73.1o5,119 .ik , 1 ' ' W e 1. A - Deb Sargent 35,47,54.63.96 . . . ' , , Kim Sass 'Cl ' 1 "' ' Steve Savich 28.78.121 1 '. " P ' .1 " ' f: ez Vg, ' Kathy Schaad ess J . , ' .X , 1- -1 , X . H Bill 'Putie' Schneider 121 Q- 1 .dm - ' 1 V '--f ' N Marcia Schuck 120 2 ' " , , " " N 8 P Libby Scoggins 36.61.79 f' f, ,I f , , i .. . l i Brad Scott 36.97,104.112 2 l i ', A "W EE X -s 4 t 7 X - N 1 ' 'i 1 NOT PICTURED: Kevin Kessler ip. 1161. Robert Miller, Ben Moore ipp. 52.53,84,B7,121l, Cheryl Reiger ip. 1201. Doug Sell. Shaffer to Zenjoaila Q 1979 SL K"' ' ' QQ Q, roi K Q fag- ' , Farley Shaffer 28,78 .Q Q ' ' Q Q f' ,ef ' QA F Patti Sharkey 16,60,93.103,120 ,, - Q Q -. ,.1- X 14+ 314 2 , , Q Nancy Sherlzer 16,104,120 1' M N 4, 4 - 1 . , ,X 44 Q4 '4 - . 1 Jean Shilt 33.73.105 X Q fl, . - 4 ' ' . 1 nflir 1 4- Bob Showalter 102,108,121 Q0 .Q -., f ' 4 Q X 1 so 2 f QQ Jay Sibley 16,04 , 4 Q fg : f Y Laura sims 119,148 , Q , 'Y 4 , XQ Leslie Slms119,148 sag w .Q Q Q ..Q 1 ' ws , A -gwxx If fsgjjf .14 " ff X ' - 4 Q aim Zlaverli ?g-30.52.70-72 , W. . Q, , i , -. Q ., Q A ue mart " vT7"'A' 3' 'N 1 Tir 1 Q' ' 'g " ff " 4 ,Qe. Judy Smith QQ,-QQ ' ' u V ' ,Qu . - . ,' ,Q 3 4 f, Pamela Smith Q , Q " 9 'I Charlie Sparks 19.20,67-69.121 'Q 4 Y - Qi' Q, - Ar HW Susan Spieer i QQ ,491 N Qi Marcia Spillman 118 A 1 " EK' 5 'xr I Mark Sianifer AX X 4 " Denise Steele Q- .. , Q, .Q Cheryl Stenger 4 2,53 1- 7 " 4 .. . '-2 f , -ai Kent Sterrett 16,23 1 4 5 , , ' ii, QQ ' L fs. Terry Stevens 53,60,7O 4 'A ' I , Q 5 3 ' qw 4--Q, ' T Q Janet Stock T :S IR ' , A " 1 ' . X- Donna Stoepler 91, 95,102,103 . r 1, 1 X 1 '+' N Q 120 ' Greg Stotts ' " I 1' - " bs. X Brigida Stygar 8,93 Q ' 51' 4 QQ 4 " 4? , Jim Sumwalt 100,108,122 Q 1, W 4 3 if Linda Surratt 120 A 5 , , v Qi " 'H A ' Gary Sweeney 28,78 '-4 , jf 1 44 - 1: -' ' Q Q -Q ees. , Tony Thacker 7o,71,121 . 4 , , 4 Qi, ' 1 Q ' - Pat Thomas 154 , 335- 4 Q4 Q D a Q1 4 , 1-. g ee: Nancy Thomson ' 'r g X 4 Q ,, 6 ' 1 Randy Tolley 70,71,115 Q 2 I Q,- ,1 1 X Lonnie Turner 105,119 ' ' Q - ix ' 7 film, -,,.. as Saw ,L .Q 1 'x , " Q ' " K A Q, f- - William Van Jelgerhuis , Q 'QQ M QQ 4 X , 4: Kathy waooie 35.36.119 Q. "-i 4 V N ., r- T" i , 4Q-v 3 Q -- - Q Nancy Walker 91,95 'W' vs- ' -4 ss ' '- " Q 5 A Q' -- 4 . Jen Wallace 98,122 .Q f f . Q, 4 , 4, 'ai ng- Q 'y Doug 'Pops' Warner 116 'fa- , ,,... , - 4. ,.. 1 . 4 - ,Q 1 , 4.4 4 Q, 1 Tom Weaver 110 ' NS V Jeff West 43,66,122 4 . 1 Steve Whaley 154 1 - ' 'Z s -"- : ' 43 ' " 1124: - A " " -- Q - 1 , 1 N Par Wheeler 120 Q Q , if W Q . ,Q :T Q , Mark While ,," 14- . Q 1 5' 'Q ,.. , - sa , .. ' Jackie Whitney 107 ' 1 - r s4 4 ' ,Q 4. " Q3 if ' ,Sf A is f " 1 Debra Wieckert120 ' N," QQ Q QQ .ss f 'N 4 Q- 4 Q Diana Williams 79,94,120,168 ' 3 ' ,- 1- gf' John Wimmer 23,101,122 2 ' I4 4- 4 4 . i ' Q' fi Debra Wise 5 Q ' ' Q 4 AQQQQ, ,QQ Dave Wollman 2s,3o,31,e7,e9,11e 4 2' jx, Q, :N 'Ci . 5 . 1 Q .Q . , Q -' -e , - . Q Q 4. 1 Roger Wright 19-21,67 Q -YQ 3 Q' 1-25-2 Rebecca Yager .54 ' ' 'I ' 2 4 44. QQ ,N Larry Yarrell 32,36,64,65,121 1 4 X ' Ron Zarro 98 f- " 4 QQ QQ , " ,. 1 Q 4 , iw' Larry Zembala 28,30,7B.121 QR Q ,,,Q .,,.. , f ,Q NOT PICTUFIEDZ Acton to Baker Debbie Shay, Connie Smith, Jeff Turley, Kevin Tussey. A 4 -- Bridget Acton ,Q Q Q ' f Teresa Adams 42 R i Q - . 5 ' 4 -1 5 Joanna Adcock ' QQ -' . Q l- 5 f ,Q m , my Bernie Allen Q 1- ' Q - , Q i - Q gg . ' , - 1 -' 5 Paul Allison 23 ,QQ n ig' 4 f 4 Q - QW Q Darla Anderson 113 QQ Q . I - X Q Q - .Q QQ ' 4 QQ 4-a j f Jerry Anderson 112 Q . Q ,, , 1 ' Q ' Y J Q QQ 5 -' 1QQ Susan Anderson ' S x K Y Q " , - A 5' X Hia- 1 '15 fs ' sf :T " - A .. ' - -. .f-fi " Sandra Andich ' ,Q ' fir f . . Steve Arrnoio 28,111 - QM 'Q -. , N . 4 , ' i ' Q. Q Donna Arnold 113 'ff' Q Q ' " 'Q t 45 4 QQQ-5 Debbie Asher 104,114 ' .4 , 4 , 4 Q Q4 4 Q ' 1 . ., Sondra Badger 42,113 QV QQ 4 , Q - 34 1, ' T I gerald Bsier IQ N Q ' I ' 'W' Q1 Q 1 alricia ai ey . 'S ijkf 4 Dave Baker 9,4a,49,121 -J: , 2 4 QQ 4 Q . QQ -5 YQ ' Q ' QQQ 1.14 . Q , xi NOT PICTURED: Shelley Armstrong, Joyce Bailey. 1980 1980 Baltes to Gres? as t ' Rick Baltes 122 -1 X - gi, ,, , x ' .X X 'fl Gloria Barnes 42 X, I Q, , f 'X :X X cj ' ' f 5 Elizabeth Barrlhlll ' -- V , WS X E 1 - ' - Beth Bast114 - 2, , B ' 1 y Kim Bastin -4 ' R ' . -. , ' , Teri Beach 114 y s ,'.f, 1 , .1 ll ' " Diane Beard 117 X ' X' EX 5 4 X X Rebecca Beasley , XX Y VX ri up ,fe ' 1 4 wk 1 -1 X -ar' fr' . .- jx Judy Beck 113 O3 4-N ' V 2 , ' ,L , Andrea Beckett1 ,, , fi " : Eff' X X 4 Erhard Bell 19-21.67.68 'Q ' ,Q B--.2-1,-v if 7 J Y ' - ' Randy Bellamyf89 XS' T , Q' 'S '. XXX fr- V 2 r. -2 Dan Bemender er .y"' -Q ' X1 A Mildred Benton er. X 1 1 A xml 1 1-Ft. Jane Bentz 114 1 T c ' Tim Bewsey , A r V 'fx i. YT 5 XXX H' ' ' '. y Diana Biehl X? ' 1' X - , 3 -, 1. Lori Blake 113 1 1- .X . :X X , Teresa Bledsoe S 1" , - i 1' 1' - X- ' X 1 X -- Richard Bless B ' -55, 1 Qt ,S , 'P XXX, Judy Block 110,113 -A 1 xxx -XE I ' XX V- Marlene Bloomer 1 ' N - i if QW X ' N Dave Bolling 63 ' 1 A f 'W in 1 N 7 N E, X I, Connie Bolser 36 .X X i I I ' ' ff' , .1 1 -X Sw ,. ,aff Karen Bolton 42 E , 15. 4. ff - Carl Boss 112 v .jfs 2 2 , ,.5 ., ' A -'j -' ,. .. ,lf Linda Bowman 79,91,114 - V V ,. ' ' ,QQ ."', ' ,X Martha Boyer 113 ' M' Q ' X f 13 1--1-' Q ' '-f .4 Dave Brainard 2B,67,121 WM' , ' , "iii C' . M NX X1, Brian Brauchla 36.65,101,102,104 x 11. N , 2 1 " l N ' i T-' ' ' ' " 24- Cindy Brewer 42,113 155 .4 ' 3 X 4 l 4, 1 i X ' ' Loretta Briggs 24,104,114 ' 4 f 1 ' ' f . l X fy . grggsgger-wax? X X . ,, . X susan Brodie 42 .fr-,. 3 , Dave Brokaw 28,122 1- --- M ' X X, .5 : 4 . ,... or ,, f' 1 g . Judy Brooks 113 T . -, X -,B UV MQ F Q X 3 'R j 4, X Lawrence Brouhard fr ee..- f ,.. ' , 5 Q Q ' :iii . . ' -X N Amy Brower 42,113 XX X- - X "ii X X ' X X . . 1 1 3. 'fy Catherine Brown ' X Q tx . . iii' fl" ' or Jim Brown 28,413,121 X 2 -4" N F- ' Yee X ' X. Kathy Brown 42,114 ' N X X , Liam f,,:gf- x l X ' 55,5 .3 1' tit, 1 Lovella Brown 42,73 ri N f m X 4, H ' X -- 5. X Z 1 . ,L 3:-.WX , .k,X.., L , X Paula Brown 113 - lr X, X .X - . ,QXX 'X . " ' X . X A Sandra Brown X , ' .vi ' 1 A ' X3 X 55 'B ' f Q ' -- - Teresa Brown ' ' - X ,XX -1, , -1 t X - Rich Bryant 28,121 -' . ki ? X , '-: . , 'T' .t 3 M 'X 5 2 Debra Buchanan rf' I X X X , -- c ,fa 4 f . R , Teresa Buckley 78,100,113 1 . . , 1 Q f' " P' ,l f Herman Bueno 19-21, 67-69 . X, - I L ' ' 'E 1 1. 'Q' .-ri N N K 4 , Carol Burger 114 , T' A ,, Q bfi ,X 'fig ,GX WX 'N Katherine Burgess , ,X X X X W X " ' X ' . Debby Burkhardt 113 j T- l-. - , . A . ' A 'I Q, Charlene Burton , . HX N - . 'Q William Bush N, K I w V l .f'SR I Danny Byrd 1' - " X i- A Q i Jean Calvert X Y Qc L gf' .1 X Karen Calvert 113 X- " a ' 1 --,,. M, 1 A ' at wtf , eww Xp ' ,X X .V Marla Cgarlter 732,102,113 X 1' . r , X -2- .5 ,S - .1 oger arle . ef ' - X , X , 5 Q ' 1 , ,, if.. rs .X Nyla Carpenter w . .2 'Q " . ,i . .1 ' ' , "1 ,ig ..f Q Suzan Carr ef. ' 1 ein: ' 1. - ,, V A sir New X- Linda Carver , ' + 'FX F ,r l X ' l " " - X. , Q Tim Chance 1 . ' - i , ' if 1 , Patricia Chaney N N ---- .Se .1 + 1 John cheeeman 53,615,112 4 1 I f A . l ae li'w f,1 . ia ,- ' ' , k, X K Brad Clark 28,122 r""f- li 1 5 6 Q 'Aww 2- M, A . Cindy Clark ae 3 5 . 1 - 1' qi, X, , "' 1" je, QX' Joyce Cleeter 79,113 , X . . ' if 11 Q k ' .fi ' X 2 K Leesa Clem 114 1 'i v 3 1 jf X , , 1 ' . 1 X: X Brad cdaie e2,s4,9a,112 - W' ,f X ie . 1 V - ri ' X. Janet Coers 114 r l x 1 WK X ,dwg-,X .,g, if ' X John Coffin 18 .' X 1 4 I ' " :I-E , Mary Colcord f 1 W -v H 'i .. 1 Q Kim Colestock 113 '75 ri ' I '- A, 1 ,qi ,L i Judy Cook X .Xb , ' 1 A l ' 5- 1 - ' , P X' Karen Cooper X " yn -- I x N 17' t X, 4, ' Robin Couchman 79,113 . eq - X. if X f 3 X Q1 ' ' i rg-N tl S' M gf X- . Donna Cox 117 - , Xi x i 'if-X X' XX 1 P Cindy Craig ' i ' , .X ' X- X ' 1 R ' Y ,., .X , ' Melinda Creed 113 xi ' ii 3 P- N ' 1 i -, Stacey Cress - ' gf' ' ii 1 ""' ' . -4 Y 1 sfo ef , NOT PICTURED: Deborah Birge. Eric Botkln, Richard Cline, Jean Collins. I i i i i i i 1 i 1 i i i i Qroft to D., Harris 7528 -' - .so s 4. Fix! bi : IA ,, I . 5 . , 1 Pamela Croft Q:-. il' Q 1 Q - , , Charla Cross a2,57,73,9e,9a,119 , T" 1" , 3 1' V Justin Crowder I "1 ' 5' Y " 'x m -4 - ,4 . ,,. .9 V K Brian Cummings a5,47,54,es 253 J. , si 1 -. xxx Q- I ' 1 ' Gloria Cutshaw 25,100,113 .W 11, Q i' , 'X . 1 sf-H Rosalie Daum 'V vfk 'l ' - .,.. ' -4 Nancy Davis , 'F V 2 359, V. , N TQ was - Q 1 Susan Day 54,113 .ss 'NA'4'W, ', ,' x ,, I , . . H ' , ' - ' Jessica Dean 114 : Zo, g 61' Doug Dennis 105,121 - , r , 1 Q - 4, , 'D i Cheryl Denny ' ' ' ,y '- A L " ' --X, . fi , QM Dana Derbyshire 61,113 Ea, . 5 .. tg: ,X xi , - , ' viokie Demof 41,117 ' , , Q . ., , ' 1 f , Barbara Deupree l 1 X ,, ' TK, E I' S Y Sheree Dewester 1 2 3, ,I X xx it 3 Q Toya oiiianonry 87,113 , 1' -1 L! 5 . 1 1 , . ' 1. ' in ' ' . ff. Debora Dorrell 1 ' 1 .. L , ,,,, ,L Mike Drew 18,111 , 'a - 9- 5? , 1- -T .- -. -V an J 4 ff 3 Denise Dreyer ', - V lf QA , , 1 49,-. . - Dianne Driscol11,33,105,113 :X -, ' 1 W ' 1 ' . 1 g a 1, QW,-v ff K., .r Robin Drumm 15,113 " N -I ' '1 W fy . U nl Regina Dugan 113 ' N ., ,' 1 N- iw, .4 Mary Durant 113 I si: ' 1 XNM, 5--f"" 1 Janis Dwyer ,7 " X. . 13:54-Q -fo- X Greg Dye 43 A -. 1 "F , John Easton A F , .. 1 - ' ,.. is. 3 Karen Eder 114 9 " ng. K lf' . EW 2 ' ' - 1 - Brian Ehrsam 70,71 , ,gy - 4, Q' . - V , 1 , Janet Ellis 111 ,Q was , I 'John Ellis 1 Q 8 Lisa K. Ellis 114 , vs., M V -sr .. ' Lisa L, Ellis Sa x 5 l ' X stiff X1 or Q so mfii it ssews Mariga Estes 102,113 . K N 1 ' , 3 ,.. - Dave Etnridge - -fi. T - .9 ,, L ig q , , , si. S1 John Everett 1' ,Ma ,I sl 1 - " , S ' . W f ' Jaoqueiyn Fall Q. 1 gf, " ' 4 X 1 - 3. .. ' Louise Farmer 51 W , .q - .Hx .F - it Betty Feemster 91,114 XY X i X 'J 1 ff' A X' - D .111 ,dl I ' ' 'l Mark Faiimatn 16,221,115 A 1 ' 1 , ,.., S John Feinaro1f91,99.112 1 "ng -9 -:Q T R .... , ,, rg K , i in 9 1 y ' is 'f D K'-,. 1' Cindy Fisher r . :Q ,X - , or, f Q , Sheri Fisher 42,113 ' "'V ' ,Q h SQ. x " ' -Q3 .1 " . ., , i William Ford 11 ' ' -- ff ',. -W' .. - Tr ff A ,,, N Susan Fowler 113 - 4 I " ' I' ,. , te a "' .Y Joseph Fox .. f in , ,, A. 5 .,.,. 1 , E, is 5 ' T., ., Gregg Foxx 112 r 1 ' I - it !' iv , , ivy , Q35 4-F5 X, Debbie Frey 33,105 N 5-xg I iq' N 'sy ,Q Michael Fulchert - A ' ' Ef ' f .1945 K rf - , 1 hfwzfww " x , Cindy Gard 113 'W -. - Q ' ' , K-: a -as A. . Robert Gartner , , h 5 ni - "Y " 1 Q Dawn Gaston 113 -. , sh" ga A A- - Lg- ' gi '- Susan Gent 114 5. , N., Xi 1 " Q 1 -'i Tim Gerber 28,112 ' ' . N,Q, 1 1 Nl, Ann Gibson ' x 1 ' d -ir' 1. x X Sheryl Giltner , -'D to 4 ,, ' 5 If . ' Virginia Gin 1 3 U s 1g,gA.,.., . , .Q ..,, , Na was .1-aattaw Q 5' Q . - if R iff iz ' 1 David Gish 1 +L v E-if .4 ,. .,,. la- , , Rick Gladish 112 , gh 2 QE, 1 'ly . Q rl., 'X , , 1. John Goben 94,112 my F 'gi K+- f ga 1 - ,.., Steve Goddard 43,121 - 5 v 9 - L X , .. 1 , ,k 1 ,fn 1 Jim Goetz 28,122 ' , 77 'P ' ' 4 " , 1-A ' - ' Marc Goldman ' ws, 1 1, 1 1 f , L N I y Frani Goodrich 819,119 ,afar f' 1. , f ' QNX 1 ,,,, ...fx Laura Gordon , kiiiiif at s ..., wg! 1 - - 1, , .. , . . . ,.., . , f . Nts, . 1 5,9 1 . , 9? ii ,- ., . -, . ti ia1i Pagan ns - f N . .- a in a ra eess ' 1 " X " yi' ' - . . ,Q Jennifer Gray 0+ A . Q 'A if 1 '41 Qt for ' Rick Gray .. 'P L" -.1 H 11, lips , 11iss ao'i 13333, swf 'i rift, , fist , E X ' j gr, ' Jeff Green 10,121 f as 1 WA 1 - E 3 1 3 1 '- ' "' ConstanceGunn , ' V 1' .. fu X f K 111 umm.. Q W - - gana Hackman 92,114 . , . f , io Hall 36 ' '+ th, ,LM F 1 , gl X , 'Q' 1 F 1 Gary Hamilton 23,513,111 5 ,F 5. gg 1. , "' - 5 W?" 1' i ' -' Paul Hamilton ' 1 Q. -, '- S. " , 1 fxf .ff , Deb Hampton 1o,24,92,113 . . I ,, 1. .- Q ' 1 - X , .ww -1 Pnii Hardwick a2,7o,121- X 1 - Wfjgv 1. .Lag- ' 'EF , ' fe?-11. Marcia Harmon Q ' L "TL, fi?" ,Q Diane Harris ' ' :aa .1-' ' . Si 9 NOT PIC URED: Stephen Davison, Patricia DeMore, Sara Dunham, Elaine Fisher, Michael T Hancock. QL. 1980 Harris to Lucas D ' . Lorna Harris e1,e3,e7,11a m - . . Dick Hartlerode - ,,-, 1 , - - - V Q -fI,fq-- . Steve Hassler SQ ,RQ Q. , - Q ,, 'f ' '41 ' . f 1 .QQ :QL Greg Hauswald 18,121 . . - -QQ' ' , , v .1 fe- - , Q, 3'1" Jim Hayes 112 'QV Q 'f x K S ,V rg ea , ' ' l George Hazeldine ' If 521 Q N - ' , 222 ' Q " , Pai Healy 70,111 , f S, 1 - 1 . s, 1 1- i-in ,Q 'L ' wendy Heck 103.113 - - , vs Q 1- Qf QM, , rf-ffig t 1 ,Q Linda Heiden .f BQ, . 1 ' Andrea Henderson 63,117 Q A Q4 Q ,9 -QQ Q ' Q . ge- Lu Ann Hendricks ' rf fi, QL Q 3 Q P E' 3- Q ' Gary Henry 1 A -1 I - Q5 Y Mary Herndon 113 - " ' N , " 5. '- Brookie Herron X 1-" Q 1 -S ' xr ' Q ,Q :LQ ,Q Dave Herzberg 28 ' as ix I 5. Julianna Hess -" ' ' 1 XX K s Mark Hetrick 2s,67,e9,111 '61 J lr' D b h H'li 1 e '- . Q grvs Q QQ Q Biagriiinel vip? Q fi 5 V ,Q G: E. ,vi , MTV' A Y, 3 vi Paula Hinebaugh 113 1 ,.,, 1-.X if f QQ L. QQ J. I Y f' , M . Shree Hiie 113 - gn 1 Q 'X , - . .. . . , .-L . , . R r rs- 1 J Q -'-5:5 g Tammy Hoard 79.98.113 f- Q- Q Q gs-. 5 Q Q .53 ' '55 .Q Q 11 Q kj Susan Holdren 9,84,114 J-9 - -7- Q -S 1 ..-, V- 5 - Qf Q li iff: Qi li -I Kathy Holmes 36 i ' f' xQ, Xig ,Q " - 1 , ' ' ,ff 2 . I - kai ,ga - I ,QQ ' If " - 971 'i ' , i 'F 1 1 'Eels-,gg Q Q . .4..,. W . , . Q we Q . iff' , V Sarah Holmes X 9 gg Matt Hook 121 ' -QQ QQ . -' -' X Q f- -r if, 1 'Q Sandy Horan 113 " '5f' - ' . f'j J '- X- Q ,., A- william Horner ' , a i' - Q .. .- " 1 erry Howard 18,43,121 T"" . , ' -M, 2 ' - ,Q Joan Howe wi 152 . . l ,,.. . ' 'IN' ' Q9 1 S Annmarie Huber Q Q . QQ- - J Mary Huser x for PX ' . 1 . . ' X N f . - Karen lvory 113 X ' Q A K r. - Q Jim Jacobs 66 L- , :Q Q - QQ .. SQ' - - x Steve Jeffris rl Q ,- , X , ' ,f Qc N g 4' Laura Joerger ff- Q ,e -T - 1 H' 1 - L Q jg 55- - r Joy Johnson 'Fw ' '-'- - L -. Q - Marty 'Basil' JohnsonQg3,44, .fi gi We f ' 1 .rx X., f QQQQQ pk V l 116 ' Mike Johnson ' ' 5 ,fi - , A 'g i 1 - f 1 Rebecca Johnson 114 ' ' tw Q ' gf is , Q Q ,Q 1.1 ir ,ge , Q .1 swf. 11.3.1 Kathy Jones Y" 1 In Q P Q 1 ., ,L . Linda Jurkovic . QQ .,.. ,. Q S1 : RN Q2 Q QL gs - gg 5 " N Karen Kalberer 100,114 Ln '1 . Q . Q Q' Q QQ ft , ' Ruth Kastner 114 V." V SX ' A an gk Q - - -Q-1 r .f , Julia Keegan Q -' 'Q QQ es Qfp - Q Q ,QQ 1,4 it Karen kenlbeck 79.92,9s,1o2.11s ' ' , x - xvt' ,- Je NQ I, ,.,, 1 -.gf , ' -Q.f2,Q"k' Howard Kello e- 4 '- -'- Q-- 4 - Q'-1 ' "Yr S Q 'T EN ' " seg, . Kim Kennedy ' QQQ , J '. -,Kiwi x 1 QQ 1. J 2 - X x t j' 3, 1 "" '- 1' - 1 ' 1 t ,Q Q A Q Pamela King 3 Q :f-'at I Q ' - -1 . , Vickie King 79,113 W QQ Q ' -R 1 .Y 'S ' - g Q Q , ' , , j ' - ' ' sneiby Kinniek 114,168 t we e - wa. fr- .. 4 ---af. . - fi K ' Kim Kiser Y Q5 Qf ' ' 'W Q, ,. ' ,,. Q1 - 5 Pam Kite 36 ' 1- - ,S-it .Q 5 Nw . X 2 Clark Kittie 53,111 l X . A X Q X ' 1' - - Katherine Kline Q, 1 www' - Karen Klipsch 41,113 , Q . Q ,i xg X x V 1.-'wqgmw-t3.' ga " l Bob Knevel , 'F' 1 QA , Q1 Q Bob Kocher 2B ,X 'A 59 3 ' , 'Q Q 155.41 ' ' ' ' Connie Koenig 100,114 fr' : . Q rg, ' , ', , .Ll Sharon Kramer 113 , ,ZX ' i 1 fp Q ' Qgf N Candy Krider 103,113 ' 'N' i . ' X ,N ' - t Becky Lamb 73,99,1o2 J ,. - Q Q , - Q P , 1 A i -ff Jane Lammering I Y " 5 --jp - N ' X Nancy Lamping ev 1 -.1 l kit - f X it L . ... SN' Jerry Lancaster Q - .. " L, Judith Larson ' - .. 4 .Q T " " Patricia Larson 'Q "" Q .M Q X I , +ve , E Y ' Julie Leraii ' X' ' K " -gg' "- ' ' Q , - Debora essig ,1 s ' , , I S . N i Tony Lett 18 , N' i X 1' Q l Q tw, 2 , . Q Handy Lewis 2528.75 er XQQ . Q K N QN53'Xx x A , e ' Darrell Llgi'1t91,98,1 5 X QQ QQ Q 3 ,X QQQQQ Q Q : QQ as sas., .A - 1 l A Q if 1 . LX .,. ' . - ' : 'r U ' K J' - i Q -- Penny Lindsay I Q' ' 5 'N - Q V Jim Lindsey 110 .X - ' 1 -6' Q 'Q ' it ST I Tonda Livergood 79,106,114 I ff? ' . 5 - I -1-"ie ' - Y' Q-Q Scott Lockhart 70,112 1 f ' Q P 1 .Q Q L QA , ' Q ,Q Diane Long 113 . V Q 'ii ' ' X H i P " i Liza Lough X was Q Qi? X., tb. A i Roberta Loyd , ,Q QQ, .Q Q X,-E , . . W,-..i1 Bruce Lucas NOT PICTURED: Melinda Hollingshead, Kymm Kenworthy, Richard Kivett, Kenneth Lee. l l Luedtke to Proctor 1980 1 , 1 Donna Luedtk581 Eg , jf 1 1 A ,. . VV Dan Lutgring , ' V K " ' ' ' ' , 7 I ' ,V "f 5 . Martha Lynch 114 3 1, -, , " Q 'ft U 'rf' . . 1, - l Ronald Lyon Q 4 . , N 5 Q'-, A Frelda Mack . N, .rf Q: Q 'M' V. -, Randy Males 110 3 if , ' ,er QV R N f' John Mallery 28 V uf' N fi 2- 5:55- -. 41 1 X 'QQ V is N, Julie Mann 113 if is ' v ....--ami' . 'f 1 3. ' A 5 ' I ' 1 Bob Mann 53 ' Q , L .,, Gary Marks 34,35,54,58,59 .. 1 321- N, QV -:Q " ., . "' sr f- ' ge Carla Marsh 33 , - ,A ' ,SL 1 4. 1 ,,, John Mastandrea .1 j . , , 'W "' ny- Ed c, Malheny 52,63 " " - . 9. -9 f V - 1 i Donna Mattingly 4 K 'Q fl QV" ' I 1 ' l VV Barbara Maxwell ,. ' Jon Maxwell 11,2a,5a,112 l tx ,ff . V 10 Sabrina Mayberry 103,117 F 'V F fe fx, -. ,, Cathy McCarty 114 X . ,V 1 X P 54, , Debbie McElwee 113 Q 'L A V . gi' 1- 9 . .. Julie Meemhey 1, Q - 9 . ,tl , 1, . Tim McLaughlin 43,121 , 1 . A X- f is ' ' Steve McLean 28 31 121 A f 1 -f - , . 1 g 1 ' . w . Bob Medsker l , 11 Steve Meeks 99 'QX W X P+- 1 ' 'N Jami Mellean 114 , - 1 5. , V ,,. Francois Mercho 32,91 xg-C ., ' it , - " Rhonda Meredith 96,114 ,V fi - -' r 1 ' V, T3 Carolyn Merl 9 9 Y ' 1 Q ,, ,Q ' ' , Sue Meyer ,L 1 , Q, V ' 1 'M 'Q V. -' ti ' " Beth Middleton 106,113 'N X it P ' 1 , ., , , ,lx Chris Miller 36,54,e5,94,112 A ., , U. 11 , , ' 15 - ' A ' Steve Miller 36,654,122 9 I 9 NX ' 5 ig, f .5 1 Janilyn Miskimens 114 Zi 1 L VM Q, , N V ,R - 3 r V Ave 9,3 Joe Mitchell 35 ' , , e ' ' " ' 5. V -es X 'X Fx Dottie Moore 114 S X Q . " L. , 52. 5 J V- - if ' Kevin Moore 28,121 -V , V ft V 1 y 5 4 Q ,, iff ge ,A ,-gs. P' Brent Morgan l , ' , V Q V -' - . ' Debbie Morris 113 ,' VV X ' ' Q N- ge A gessalygn Mortog16118 ' 'P 1 - . . , SN new -9 1 1 me New Nl 9 .- wi V , Y - , , -1 Alan Mullen 52,53 , , A , U , ,, I F ,Q ,: .. , Ann Murray ' G , 1' ", .. -1 - . W Sf awinlrlagle i J' Y -V N A V 1.5.-9 - ' ic ee agle :tj r ' SX 1 5 - ' - Vera Nance V - ' l 1 V ' Daryl Newman I' I . Q , x Don Nickleson 48 . it x .Q Karen Norris ,K mi ' Y we at t 9 1 ffl ' 5998911 ' I-if V -' ' 1' ,P 1 Ken Norris 36,53 , , . -:QQ i. X-:V l s, A ,V Tom Nemnghem 28.78.112 V' 1 P' 'g , A ' ,Q F 5, ,M 5 Christie Ogunnaike - ' N V xi 'M E -N ' V Framgirl1IOIln79981O2113 ,Aj , VV V VV A - ' ., , Lisa ' ea , . . , , V, P -,RV .V V, A V4 VJJQV 'VP , 1 paula Onman 98V-114 j. ' , ,. K , sl N..s'5, XS, Awad Osman " 1 ' ,P 1, is-V 1 Deb overhey 9.35.59 .N ff r-., 1 VV I'-'fi Scott Overman 121 V ' ' t 1 ' ,X - Q 9 , .. V V Vicki Lynn Owen ,.-N - -ff, " ,I -'T " "AX ' " ""'i ' ix if- Deborah Owens '- 9. - K 1 -' "' " ,H ,Q . - A1 1 - E35 1. 1 Susan Parr -'H " , x Q, ' , xx t W1 ' Cindy Parry -.Tw , .,., .2 -1. 9 9.8 X, "' Nhhh, 1 Alex Paternoster 28,121 1 -"l .. 1- 4, 21, ff X lf Benny Patrick . , 1 YQ Irivfsvs ,- 'P 1,51 ., ' " 'ls J F X ' Linda Pamck QQ S' M XM 1 .,. .mga 9 xx V ' , f X Phil Payne 23,113,121 , 1- - .a X. 9 v- Rita Peacock 36,114 an T f V ' Q " John Pendleton 43,121 bl V 1' '- , 'Q P 'j LL Yvonne Penner 114 Vt: ,, " ' - I . 1 X fix Sherrie Perkins 33,73 9- 3-W 1 - 155, 1 V-V. 5 . - 2 -52' -1 Ed Perry 28 VV',V 1 , Vi V, M, i Af "' 43,4 ' , Anne Peters 79,113 112 X-.RV ' ' V v Xb ,, . . ,X .,,, E' , ' . Cindy Peters 36,47,104,113 If ' 1 L SV VVVV M5914 -. 5 .S 21' f .. . 'FETCH-S 1 ' Sherry Phelps X- ' , M , 2 , 1 - fx Curt Phillips 63,70,72,121 1 . , , ' P 9 V9-V Q ,gV .1 X Karen Pickett 114 1 V. -F' 21" - 1 5 Vt 1 AQ, 9 , Q Lee Pingleton 45,112 eu ' 4 fy, -V in ' A , Pat Poland 32.98 gi --.. fe . SV , 1 , .V f V lg J Debbie Pelen 106 1 L., .a,, Z f 1 ,, 1 " V- v . f f Laurie Powell 113 1 N' 49 ' 1 ,Sw X 1 3, 1 1 E. VV Lorraine Proctor Xxx- " V NOT PICTURED: April Mann, Tim Martin, Margaret McKinney, Richard Miller, Mary Peters, Rebecca Phelps, Nancy Powell. 1980 1980 ,Sd Q' - X11 1, '11 " ff Puckett to T. Thomas Kieth Puckett 19-21.67.69 1 1 , a- David Pursell '31 - "3 " Jerry nairaon 102 ' ' Q lf' f Glenda Ray 113 .4 V , ' , Mary Reid Wei X , 15 - if Ralph neiff 2a,43,e2,7s,aa,112 - g 'Donna Reinbold 106,114 b X 5-1 ' ennifer Rennebu 114 ' " ,K ' 1 E '1 4 3 ' 1 , Qu W i 1: 4 x Kim Reuter 113 5 Tom Richardson 10.36,53.62.98. 1 1. , -5, N Ra , ,V at ' A 111 ' Vicki FlichardS0n X 1 Kathy Richmond 36.54.91 ' Ladonna Riddle 108,113 -1 . ,ei T: 4-' 1 wx D ,N h Qi 2 -F . -jx Q N.- 1351 5 .1 ' 'MN A 4 . Q 352 fail 1.-Ea ' ' 1 ' 4, p , 4 Julie Ridgley 1- 1' ...et Sv- .. . 4. f 1 l Debbie Riggs ,Mil 1 l ' Gary Robbins 96.98.103.112 ' ' ' 1 , . Den nodenbeck as E , . V tt' f k f ,t Lynn Roeder114 -X .' '3 " - r- 1 . 54 V : Cheryl Rohrer 5. ,Ti jr- 1- 41 Y - - 1 L- - gf' , y Q Ruth Rose 114 ' v 1 . , " ' 2 f P 111 ' James Tony Ross 87,122 ' A 'i 4 Q" 1 1 - ' . -1 , f Jill Ross Q I Ir -X 1 4 - K .5 , sr ,r 5 . Seth Rossman 168 ,X i " 1 j In ' ' ' ' Thomas Sabados x ,gk 1, , xr' ,gin 4 'A ' Lyle Sadler 18,121 1 1. it Linda Sanders 41" 1 I - rf-1 z , N -1 1,11 -in G- Brian Sanford 1. r-Q '1 5 'if' Q . fa 0 " va.: S X 2 S 133 kv.. I Debbie Sanford 104.113 5. 1 1 ,,.- I ' 1 L I TQ y b M A - " K ' l.. Julie Scharfenberger 106 lf ' I ,M I 1 ' " ' t "1 R - Donna scneial 106,113 - 1 f 5 , , , 1 1' Karen Schleiff ' , 5? V Q 2 ....-tl Leisa Schoentrup 1 , ' 5 Q? e 11 X K Q 1 . 1 S- .4 Q x Y 'R i -, rv- , A Joyce Schurtter 114 "W ' , .gr ,, N -1 . 1 Steve Scofield A 1 '1 . S ' 14 . . ,,.. , 4 m Gay seen 36.416.47.941 1- L -1 ., nv ff . .. y ---1 -1 'rf H. 1- Janice Scroggins113 ' , . .f' - -1 - 1 'Q ,J - - Y 1 Dan Sease 94,108,115 XX' 9 . , 1 , 1, - I-' . X Julie Seay 4 . lv , gp 'L .. , A D 'i , ,, Joe Sensing 25,114 1' .1 Y 1 1, , Judy Service 33.51.105 V11 be ,E ' 1 1 A H- 1 .. ' ,r : -LJ T k 4. if X .. ."'10 Roberg Shonk 1 ' 4, ' John nuak A , , -, 5 1' 2 '51 Robert Silvey 1 1' ' fi ' ' .1 ' - " .:. ' 1 Kathy Simonson 113 gf, . 4 ' , ,, . .rugs Glen Simpson 94,116 3. ,-gg' 5. . 11 1, Tom Smart 48,103 we", - 1, , 1. 1 ' . N A , Q, i Barbara Smith 113 1. il" y 1m XL i i 'g :ab 5 Donna Smith 83.114 l . ' ' KR .,-. t 1 - L 1x.:,Q.:at-. .xsa - . " 1 1 Gregg Smith 18,121 . , , . I 5, J' Laura Smith Q 14, , L N? t N ' rg .. - , Marci smith 1e,73,1o0.114 1.51 . , i' Q 1 . , -P' Q ' ' " Mlm Smith 11,113 D ,., 5'-, gf-- Q, 4 ly.. . i' ' '1 ' 55. .. ' Richard Smith xx V ,M ' 6 . rn?-jQ 1-af -J' Stephanie Smith A they PS -1 5 i . 1 ' 13 - S, 4 Frank Spall s2,105.10e,112 .gags .1 X 1 " ,f V 1 Doug Spaulding 28.43.115 'E3f.21.,-.1.:- ' f 1 ' 'H' :ui-Q -,. V i 1 it M, . P Tom Spencer 36.64.121 , 1 M ,th A - . X fn U -1. .3 - . ,L , P X Nancy Stafford 113 -'1 f' 'T 1 S 1 1 ar..-e M 1 . 1' e X fn 1 as : Ellen! Sganton 100,106,114 3,15 H - . 1 .31 iii, 15- 1 V ed. a- ec y tapf S- ' L w H , Zi: K Q ' 1 Connie Stapleton 113 . , X ' ' 4 , 1 .. Tony Starks 48.49 sa -. Q 1 45 ' S ,mi 1 .1 1 f A 1 Karen Statzer . X- 1 , 1 pq , -x 1 Dave Steele 70.71.121 -.t'i- ti X 1 . . V .seat ,X 1' 'Sq Mary Beth Stevens at 5 . A Q melodg Stiles A17 , ,, , 34 , - '- -4 ,Q t :A "MH ark tobaug ' ' 1 J QQ xg 5, K 1 if .. . , Cindy Stone 113 .. Q x 1 fi 'Q ' ' - 1 x Kevin Stricklen 63 1 5,776 1' ' f gy Ri K R .- Y-pw, j X N KevinSStrickler 28 i QT?-ffl 'Wi . 'N ' I ' 'V 1 T- 1 ' X JOdi tull 113 ' W fx- W 1 .' Xxx Vicky Swank 113 .... ..,, -...- -fix ' ' , 1- at 1- . , ew 1 22:3 '1:'.tIi-rr-?'. i 1 11, 'Y 5-r A 5 - 3. 1' Cindy Swengel 1 . ,U , , ' 1 Xi- . y 'wftflif Terra Tarrents 1 M X ,Kg V' .e i - 1111 g. 1 j- 3 . W ., X F 1 Elva Taulbee 2 3 if 1 w lx. . . ,Y Q - Q j' , t i:AnitaqTiylo1r f' 1 V 1 1 fx .1 1 Ni . ar a e row 1 S, 1 1 .1 awk Q -1 , 1? 1 . Carolyn 1 1 1 .. 4 RJ L Q ag . .A Cheri Thomas ' . lr 5 1 at . 1. . 1 l 'X Tonda Thomas 113 fy N si C! ' ti . NOT PICTURED: Gayle Reynolds, Eddie Ross. JUOifh Searcy, Anita Sherron, Tina Smiley Carol Smith. Stephen Smith. Sandra Stearns. hal r l 1 Thompson to Zimmer -1 1 98g 'if Ai, . . 1 ,'-. bf' V ' Loralie Thompson - , ' , Kathy Tichenor - V, fr' 1V J, ' V r -W ' Patricia Tlnkle F-op. Q sa f' ' 1 -0 C gn , si , Mike Todd 48,121 1 ' ' 5 ,W , 1 . gf, .,,' " ' Bob Todd s L1 f' , ' A '1i-- l Darlene Topp 117 , pf- " Diane Torwelle 16,114 l 1 . . Elizabeth Tunny rf! In Jana Turner 113 . ,- ,fn F' Janet Turner 113 :A as 5 . , Linda Turner 9,106,114 I 1 F E: VV V? 2, ug, A . i .1 RQ, ' Nancy Van Arendonk "N Q. ,. f . V , ' , Rebecca Vancil , 1 ' ! 44. ,J ' , 5 scott van Natter 62,112 f V 1 A .. ASIA- , ' , nach van nneeaen 62,94,96,112 , Q - 1 13 ,ggggq Sandra Vardaman ' ,V 5 5 . 1 ' ' if 1 1 1 1 : 1-1 .1 5 1 me 1- 1 " 1 . 1 Dave Vlasic 18.111 a - 1 C . 1: Barb vormonf 113 ,Y ' .1 , A 1 , , - Q, 4. .' Norma Wade ,LV , ,Q 1 - 11. " 1- X 1 ' "' Paula Wagaman - - 5 ' ' ' 5 V W S Pam Wager 113 ' , V, , rl 1 Tina Walston 113 , 1 1 1 , S2 ,1 I X Nanette Walters , , - 12 1. ,1 'j , , , Carla Walton 1 .1 .XV , Q5 ,sqwri-1 V Vt I 81 sf V Vo. - ,LL A ' 1 Melissa Ward 'N ,, , 1 Tom Warfel 114 ' 1 ' by f , ' ' 3 V L Chuck Watson 28,121 V -N -Q V' , ' 1, 1 A 1 1 - 3' 1 Derek Weber 35,46,47,58,59, 1 " 1",1,,,, ' ' A 108 ' Penny Weida ENV 1 , V 1. , 1- Tim J. Weigand 18.115 1 V ,Q 'S ' , 1 , , 'V Cynthia Welch ,-1 NN 5 , Mark Welch 28,43,7O,71,121 ' V1 V Randy Wells 114 R ' , 5 4 Connie Wendel 114 -gf 5, ' ft if 1' ' .v-'1 'K ,. . ,N - Jim Wernke 43.70.71 1- f 1V 11 ,D - 101, ' W, M gfj Karen West 73,113 . vfva ' ,, 1- 1 , , 1' , -, .1 Marcrilwest 113 12V ' ' ' A 1'1 3 ,A .2 , "2 Tom halls 28,781 1 ' i 1, " ,' tV 1 QV V, A 1 K 5 X , Carla Wheeler Q f 1 ' r 'A lu: X New 1 Teresa Wheeler 114 ly1yAv4vAx-:V . V V1 -:V V E c .,--:.21V,f13u?3 1, Vt, V 1 'tw , 1- V - T N 1. g 'fi Donna Whitehead 103,114 ,,,,,,, ,, I ' 1V 1 , Janell Whitehead 113 iif iq, V N val "V ' -1- - ' g, ' !K V -G' Scott Wilbur ' " L S Q 1 3 2 53 4 f 1 Vg' 5 5' . ' Brian Williams 1 ,' 1 f -5 f. ' "E 1131 ' , ,Z -- catherine Williams 33.1 - 1 r-'- I 1, V, , ' 'f gi, ,, Catherine Williams ' 1 f A QV 11,51 1 ,t 'A' Dan Williams 25,2B,29,112 ' ' Q C I ,. 1 , f. 1 '1 Steve Williams 2s,ao.4e,7a,aa, W1 1 Q1 f .X 122 ' Charles wimbledufl 53.121 nv- 1 11:11 :ga-1 .2 1 1 , ' 1 ' 1 1 :5f':"i'1 1 1' , 25. 'IK Rod wimmer 28,101,121 , . - 1 ' ' f VV Doug Winn " B 1 1, if -2 Q- J., 23- f- V 1 Rick Winningham 'Vs ' : - V V 1 ii ., V V V 4 . , ' Jim Winters 122 if. it f I V Vi , I, " Q' " ' V ' Mat Withem f, Q X " f P+. 2, -1 , 1 Mike Wellman ff - Q ' . if ' 4 ' i 5 , Carole Woods 1 4 f' AU 0 VVVV .,.1-y,.V,vV Glenn Woods 97 .., . V V . :A:1s,VVV1 , , ,A - X :F J Terry woods 36,46 f -1 ',3.?.gfg " if - Debbie Workman 113 2 , , V f ,,- M 4, ,, '- :N Patricia Wyatt 'Vg " 1" 1" 1, A24 . 'T 1 """ ' ' 4' John Yeftich 1 jf- -1 5 1 'E 1 3 - x1 12' 1 , ,Q f ,gg Dianne Yoggerst i , , , 1 , 5 ., 1 Mike York 28 , Vggs,,g, 1" " 1 SR . 1 V Dennis Young 52,53 ' i -XQ, 1 - ' 1 N John Young 1 'Lge Y., ' Ml. . V A fs 1- 1' A 4. " 1 ' Susan Young 113 11- - ' ' '- fl 1 ' - ' 1 s Mike zeiinga 52,53 ' --tc, Linda Zike 113 xl X MQ' 1 ::4 V V " ' ' " Q Barb Zimmer 100,113 Ai, X ,' , 'lVil:V fn 3 5- 3 V . V ,V 1 1. 51 1"' ' 1 NOT PICTURED: Patricia Thompson, Annetta Turner, Cynthia Walker, Frank Walsh, Julia Walters, Beth Warfield, Rick Weisheit, Sharon White, Jeff Witter. l 1 Terry A. Taylor-Advisor Photographer, Savage Wit 'T I To the Savage Fleader: We hope you like it. If you are angered over any glaring omissions, consider that only Wo of the student body worked on this edition. We do our part. -Steve Nontell 8t Diana Williams, July 30, 1977 The ORACLE's special thanks go to: Doris Fowler it Lou Gerig ik Marilyn Ellis fr Peggy Brinson it Cheryl Camp az' Ruth Ann Guiliani it Tika Thapa aff Jerry Barnett, Editorial cartoonist for the Indianapolis NEWS 'fl' Sue Willey it Darlene Wendeln 191 Deb Hunter 'rr Pat Theil it Zimbamba, Tongor the Great, Massive Man, and Cocoon-Man if King Crow, Fled Crow, Crow's Nest, ChuckHuck, and Mutation ft' the wonderful world of Trim- ble Two it and the survivors of the Third Floor Boys-Weasel, the Black Baron, Weigand, Wag, Jarrell, Mac, Pony, Chance, Fearnow, Sease and his stable, Marion, and honorary members Mold, Little Sease, Duh Web, Clod, Stoney, Hoag, and Farm. Other ORACLE members not pictured: Judy Block, Lynn Floeder, Dave Douglas, Anne Peters, Leanne Williams, Sharon Kramer, Jhoni Pence, and the Nontell taxi service. We will miss you, Terry Taylor. PHSJTRGRAPHER NOT PICTURED: Roger arie. 168 L-K.-U r W 9 I 1 x i v 1 l I -X M-J ' F' me 'iam' UYI'.!x,.' AM. ,A A ffl i I 1' l "' v 5' . Q A u l an ' ', " . .Q 3 I si Fi Hic- 4'-'.zu. nh - Q .w-If 5' 6 Ldi..:Ef.vib..r29x-I


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