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lx 1 E .-Q I .ju 3.4 v ""'v'i ' -Q 1978 ORACLE Indiana Central University Indianapolis, Indiana Diana Williams and Ralph Purkhiser, co-editors Kathi Whiteside, advisor Processed and printed by American Yearbook Co. Phil Winning, company representative 5- ,- ,.1 'N -, "do 1 I I. ,,-.1 W iff f ....k.,.,.., 'MN 4 t 1 , E A ,,,, Xiu., v , Lk , lr 3? Lvxr- . '-1 .1 . ravi. f., v'- X .A'-'v'-f':-if7i?-- H-.'f'i"'3U F 445 . 'Tl LR,-:fl-'a-af al- at-L+ Q 'J Er'-. I.-.t Styx gif- 23.5,-ggggf-ii, px ,sir T31-A -, ', 711:-F ,xg IM EPUC.. l, 1 .K gf ,- ' , ..v-' l :,- A .gg ' -i'-V--I. ip, 'ai 4 -fifwi-Erica ?- 454 f'5z,',.'w'3'f:f:5 3 -'Q '. ":1 :Q Q,-, Q., QQ-fb-4.4 4. - - K.-1..:-,Sf-J, -. 1' A -If, L, QQ -f .Jxff Q. ,."1.f 1- -wHW"- 5 f ' f"V-.-'- qi: -' '-4 2 ' ', " V 5 , nf, L.-3. , -59.5 ,1sr,,Q .. I 55q,!E4P'.. 12 ,rs ,f Yr-'I f . - ,f-M-'fw'fs 1Q 2 X an Q 2 ' an if '.f1.7V'-...,,ff M M g"1. 3' f f'Hf-'4v'?f- its ' ,." W' , LL 4,1 .V , - , 0 - - - - - QL 53 , Q xgfr, , 1,.f.,1 ,jeff -V f' ep.: r . -', f 'T' Y 1 .- JJ ni --." L 5 1 ' ' ' " ' ' ' " W Xi 'Q'691"3g..j' gli: , EVM? fx' -IS. 'f i X IL ' ' , 5.-'v -f?1. nl-If ,f.,, ,f-,P-Y - ...J ' 1 1 'fu X 4 , M 3 ' 4 "l G ' 'W , 'H - 5 1 519 1' ' N ' 3' - H P ai I .Wi 4 ,,L.t 1 1 ..,.,.,T,L,,.,,L. L.m.,,1,,,L.,..l,..,.,.A- J., : 2ff33v f 1 .3 Q?ffT f' 1 1 ' "I.' !.J,3 " .1 . , 1' Q ALZQQL . L ld Af,k,,'W,Y?4,wkvf,J , v 4 i , xr I' I" . 1 R I ' A ...snr- ,, ,gg A 1 nl , , ,.,. It is because of its students, faculty and staff members, president and trustees, that In- diana Central is alive and is growing. We have already seen growth by the construction of a new library, a larger enroll- ment, the formation of new clubs, and the expansion in course curriculum. It is hoped that in the future, students will continue to reap the benefits of growth. TABLE OF CONTENTS First Semester Activities ........... Dorm Pictures ..................... Second Semester and Flex Activities .... Graduation ..,.................... Organizations .................. . . Unclassified Pictures ..... Faculty and Graduates .... Staff ................. Underclassmen ....... Oracle Staff . . . .....8-33 .34-47 .54-91 .92-93 .96-109 110-123 126-151 152-155 158-166 .....l68 mmf I FIRST SEMESTER ACTIVITIES WELCOME FRESHMEN K wt, if '- gffy:-T h ' AL The "Welcome Freshman sign greeted 417 new Centralites in the fall of '7S. Little did they know what was in store for them in the coming weekend. lj Natalie Haverty keeps piling more on top of Stephanie Reynolds. 23 Lisa Monday fleftj also starts the long haul of moving in with the help of the industrious Betty Feemster frightj. That night the freshmen were greeted by Dr. Sease at the banquet dinner - which the sophomores served. The indoctrination further included campus tours, mini-workshops, dances and 33 a 2-hour game of "college life". Couples 45 Cathy McCarty and a friend, also 51 Rusty Freeman and Tanya Guinn, work on fulfilling a social requirement for graduation. Part of the entertainment came to the tune and vocals of 61 Rod Wimmer, Bill Bruce, Greg Scott, and 75 David Llewellyn and Little Sass. 8 FR ESHMEN ORIENTATION ewsm' l"M illzn. ldllll ISHBHYI--l:: I ulluunulnllnll HIILWHHUIH--Ill ulllnuuallllllvll llinunlllllrsv 1 fa' i Ye AA x, 'X ."N-. 9 9 ef A ,J gl F71 FRESHMEN ORIENTATION 9 CCI ML' X 1 ' L V I N- V L W -1-"' D x C14 W Nh Kb Q. W . . . . - ' ng' M A A F ' 'f ' - 1- ' b ivi NN' X Ext. J.-.-" QPN W L.. 4 :Ki 'MBT , THEN THERE WAS HOMECOMING . . . I EE EIEE ENTRAL I-IOMECOIIING ICU BEATS BUTLER! THIS SAT 130 ICU IS TOP DOG fr . -. -W:-S1 Q. navy-.eM.,,,F : un 'N' W-hw Swan., ,A Q, A I Q cf X' . A IL I ,, 'L .. s yy - - .5 4 : .E " -' A. i '-'fx K f hi 'R ti Iv 2? ' 1 if ' v. " was II ' ' ' , ,, .. . - w. ,.,,-......-, - H I 'Q K- 'Iwi , U T I, TUT I TIUU ,I UU U UT U I UUI , P' ' fl .. ,Q ' 1 ifuhruu-lWll!l'l"'1"'5 12 HOMECOMING N! aj A sign of things to come . . , this prediction appeared one week before the game Ccourtesy of Doug "The Rug" Weberj . . . bl and accurately reflected what Coach Bill Bless and his hounds had in mind when IC beat Butler for the first time in tive years, to clinch the "Top Dog", 30-ll. cj On Friday, Oct. 7, these Centralites pulled an "all-nighter" to finish the first IC dance marathon, and to eat "the breakfast of champions" - Egg McMuftins, courtesy of McDonalds. dj Two junior girls are about to give this defending underclassman a "close encounter of the painful kind". Their efforts were in vain though, as the frosh-sophs defeated the upperclass girls. ej While the men of Wilmore challenged Butler's gender . , . fl There was little need for discussion as sophomore Dana Derby- shire was chosen as queen of homecoming festivities , . . gl from this beautiful court, composed of ffront rowj Vicki Ellis, LeAnne Briggs, tback rowj Lisa Oneal, Dana and Cathy Foster. HOMECOMING 13 7 9, f- 1 'TT xi fr Q gs .3 gm Nw., .2 1 ,W A sg 4:4 A k. .Av vc S 'J' :.r1' -45' H. ...o. .mul 5-P 141-1 ,.f, ,af-vpn - .... X ,zu 24.3 - Q. . Q" X , 2 , . , B :Q A. 'E Sf. 7 A. 3 'K .L . 6 i. 1 if E 'fl r N' s .Q J . W ' 1 U L Q' 1 A v: I' 4 fn ' - J 1 1 V ' - ri - -Y - . ' '1 1? ' I. 2 17 .lf '. ' ff 3 :., . . ,, c r.. ffz ,AQ4 ,,, f ,K'11f,f 3, T W 1 1 r,.f S 'gd' xi: .L I-r' 'Q, , 1 . 1 -. I-Q ' ' '- ' vi'-4 .- wg , X 0-"I 53 - ki? f ' Q-1-M ' E1 f- Q i"f?N 'i' 1 E xq , .' -+' 3 'J -- N, fs. ". . . J 1 V in- ' - E' -- I I VI, ,X V - -i K . If 1 :L . 5' , -1 .. 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The l977-78 Greyhound Football team. 16 FOOTBALL lk. ,-1 1 l , V x .m-,.5,,4-s- 55:53 - ,g,gt,Ng,t3,Q we-,.,g1, X' r t sb .5-Xxnwz-:NN-agssts -Ryqkvs . X. Wil-I 1 NSN Q--ig 3 t 7 'LC "Vt-i-.Y 'f 'Jg5.f:...Q,- x , Mass ' , ' -,-mass 'I Q X - ' 6. t , 'iff' f -fi t . :RV K - X- . x- , t' 3 . nc. as .N- '-S NAXXSENASQQ-if Q. 2 Ns-sm' X' . .wN'.1ssX,- N: X9 ' ' :ss-st? . gNAQ5Q.- 5, - .,d,,x.gg.Qx -, ,N -1 s :H . 'Xxx 'It-A - 'AQ-st t . 'a""ii'illQ556'?xV3iR A A ' fse'91Sf:x.' - is-,N -'v'ii.bfXx his X t a ', A -- i . .af x . -, ' - tr . N ,. A 5, X X, B 'H M K 3 Q r , . . vu .s x s dsx' V v A.: 'ra . N 7 ' " , 'lr ,ft-ff. a From the coach s standpoint the 1977 78 football season was a dlsap pomtment The 6 3 1 record was a poor indicator of the type of talent that was on the roster Despite the disappointing record the season did hold many high points Coach Bless recorded his first victory over cross town rivals the Butler Bulldogs for the Indy Top Dog trophy 1n a game that was also the Hounds homecoming Seniors Karl Beer a tight end and John Peters a linebacker were named All Americans for their achievements on the playing field and in the classroom Tom Geffert, and Don Pittman, who were also co-captains for the year, along with Dave Sawrie, John Peters, Doug Clark, Dave Wollman, and Tim Lanie were selected to the All-Indiana Collegiate Conference roster. In a dinner for the fall sports, Don Pittman was voted by his team - Most Valuable Defensive Lineman, Tom Geffert was voted Most Valu- able Offensive Lineman, Most Valuable Defensive Back was Dave Saw- rie, Most Valuable Offensive Back and Most Valuable Player was Darrell "Duddy" Reeves. The Kelso Reid Mental Attitude Award went to Steve Sark and Jett Kirkman. The team Captains for next year were also announced at the dinner. They were, offensive captains Doug Clark and Darrell Reeves and defensive captain Dave Wollman. FOOTBALL I7 1553 ,R. 7 kV N N -wif?-Qi I - 3 B-H' B ICU ANDERSON ROSE I-IULMAN OPP A1 HOPE ST JOSEPH S BUTLER DEPAUW EVANSVILLE VALPARAISO ASHLAND FRANKLIN L EH' -W wi 18 FOOTBALL ' .'i -,-W U-,j',, ' .N ' w af' 'z 4. .9- wwiiixx .i .fill Q 2- ii' -1 xy, ,.. 3 gixrvgw-Q N.. ,, 'vw' f 'ri . .,,,,.g:mfsQ, W 5.4, le U, or - 3 F gg-me i 295 ,l,..,. f. r,. 53 4 up I .fx X,- .V-si, ' 'gg Q FOOTBALL 13 gif t --nun... ' 3. -- - ---"Minn-lf. W WTA 1:-5 . ,, . . .. f-.. .,.,t.pQW"" Ss a. Trainer Louie Greenwald hugs tackle Tom Largus after a successful offensive drive. b. The home crowd anxiously awaits a Grey- hound Touchdown. c Tom Geffert C681 and Scott Mlles talk strategy on the sidelines as Gary Vandergriff looks on d The Greyhound defense converges on the Anderson College offense e The Greyhounds warm up before a game in "' f. Ralph Rieff attempts to add to the Grey- hound score an extra three points. .,-. ,-F'-'fn , X '-,Sf FOOTBALL ml . QW . coumv sim PARK 4. ' L. J U- l A-. l. The road to Brown County is mapped out for this IC student. 2. Silhouettes of the lunch line form in the beautiful, autumn sce- nery in Brown County. 3. Mike Campbell thaws his too-cold ice cream over hot coals. 4. Guys of the freshman class struggle to win at the traditional tug-of-war contest. .Za P 20 BROWN COUNTY DAY Rain 8: Cold Haunted Us, But Sunshine Prevailed In Brown County l. Don Beal seems to have found a peculiar "Drink" l' 5351 at Brown County. 2. Many students fguys and gals alikel had fun play- ing football in the mud. 3. Volleyball was a popular sport during the after- noon. 4. Smiles and sunshine ended a fun day at Brown County Stale Park. . 'Q 'Q ' l - D Ny,-9' L3 3 'xx J J fq? ICU DRAMA DEPARTME T PRESENTS THE MIRACLE WORKER CAST CREW Doctor ..,. .,... Kate ....,.. . , . Keller .,.,.,.,,...,.. Helen Keller ....,.... Martha ...,... ..... Percy ...... ,.... AuntEv.., James ,....,.. ...,. Anagnos ...,........, Annie Sullivan ......, Vmey ......,........ Blind Girls .... ..... House Manager .,..... Program Cover Design . Derek Weber' Kathy Richmond Gary W. Marks' Debra Overbey' Betsy Schlegal Michael Padrick Melly Soo Armstro Brian Cummings' George Arndt Ill' Debra Sargent' Susan Day Jana Turner Debra Sanford Martha Lynch ng' Produced 8: Directed by ..,...,.,..,.,i Richard S. Williams' Technical Direction by .... ..... J ames W. Ream' Mary Margret Willbanks' Kathy Waddle Sue Richardson' Debra Sargent' 'members of Alpha Psi Omega Z2 MIRACLE WORKER Scenic Design by ,...... Lighting Design by .... Assistant Director ........ Assistant Stage Manager .... ..... Assistant Technical Director Master Stage Technician ..,. ,.... Master Lighting Technician Master Sound Technician .... .... Costume Chairpersons ..... Make-up Chairperson ..... Set Properties Chairperson ..... .... Hand Properties Chairperson Publicity .....,............ ..... Photography ,........... ............,. Office Manager ...........,.......... Debra Harper Jim Davidsen Gary Robinson' Debra Harper Derek Weber' Diana Hill' Jim Davidsen .Carol Hill Brian Cummings' George Arndt III' Martha Lynch .Gary W, Marks' Susan Day Lou Gerig Lou Gerig Pat Maple' 'members of Alpha Psi Omega 4-953 .,. x,' 1 5 V ,,, I , ' 's .-gt N R X o V A ,, CONVO SEMESTER I li- .4 '74 CONVOCATIONS Convo has something for everybody: some entertainment, some education, an extra hour of sleep . . . Central students endure this tradi- tion seventeen times each semester. Although there is a lot of grumbling, nobody has ever died of an overdose of convo. Page 24: upper left - The Baron von Olen Band brings jazz to ICU. lower left - Dr. Adolph Hansen leads a panel discussion on human sexuality. upper right - Mary Jane Butts is recognized as the Esch Scholar by President Sease during Formal Opening Convo. lower left - Bryan Hull brings Charles Dickens to life. Center: Coach Terry Wetherald joins in the faculty roast of Dean Mike Watkins as professor John Swank looks on. Page 25: above - Members of Dance Kaleidoscope perform an interpretive dance. left- Mr. Ken Partridge and Mr. John Swank participate in Formal Opening Convo. CONVOCATIONS 25 -i, ,. 1 'ff , 5 ..,'. a- 'F N Sai - . 'sit ' - -1'-.1 . V u I r V- -.,,,, - . . H, v-A T, J. ., ' In it 2 A 1- if f f' . rw . , Q' 'P as sig Q s f l A Y ' I - V. 1 ..-- V 6 if-C my up , . ' ' Z ,wipfi 5 ' . - Il ' se ii J '? "'-A 1,- - 'R ' . i" NEW BLOOD r . r . .r e . , l -. a r f n a FUR TENNIS . v V. A 1 Z gl,--F . The women's tennis team, under new coach Kay Flat- ten, ended up with a 3-5 record. Coach Flatten had the largest turnout in several years, with promising freshmen playing key roles on the team. Junior Marci Miller and seniors Darlene Wendeln and Jane Fulton led the return- ing players and rotated in playing the top three positions. The Whippets tennis team fupper rightj consisted of Cindy Clen- denon, Carla Springer, Deb Sweeney, Jana Hackman, Loretta Arney, Jane Fulton, Darlene Wendeln, Marck Miller, Diane Driscol, Joan Sachs, Janet Mann, and Coach Flatten. Shown in action are: aj Janna Hackman, bl Janet Mann, cj Marci Miller, dl Darlene Wendeln, and cj Jane Fulton. 26 WHIPPETS TENNIS r l :ZS rf Ni 4? Qi l Y B Us it C5 ,fe Q S49 st 2 at 'iw G nuff I F L EW' 412 159 -4-'Lf C'-cf S if A WINNING SEASON FOR VOLLEYBALL Victory! For the first time in three years, the volleyball team came up with a winning season, ending up with a 14- 12 record. Coach Sue Willey relied heavily on underclass- men, often playing three or more freshmen at a time. The state tourney was held at Taylor, and the Whippets advanced to the quarter finals before being beaten by Tay- lor in a hard fought match. Darlene Wendeln, Carla Marsh, and Jane Fulton were the only three seniors on the team. Freshman Tina Bluhm was voted MVP. Carla Marsh and Jean Shilt were co- captains during the season. The volleyball team: Row l - Sherrie Perkins, Deb Frey, Julie Herd- man, Deb Sweet, Cindy Sare. Row 2 Y Sue Crafton, Jean Shilt, Rosie Marsh, Darlene Wendeln, Dena Slisher. Row 3 - Annette Thompson, Jodi Fergason, Trina Bluhm, Carla Marsh, Jane Fulton, Coach Sue Willey. upper right - Dena Slisher watches a teammate get airborn. center left- Sue Crafton looks on as Darlene Wendeln sets the ball for Deb Frey. bottom - Coach Sue Willey keeps the bench yelling. VOLLEYBALI 27 OPPGNENTS GET N LACK FROM 'QPOWER PACKU The Hounds of '77 faced a strong challenge in the defense of their Lit- tle State and ICC crowns. With new head mentor Jerry England, the harriers rambled up to Notre Dame to compete in the state meet. With the title on the line, the Hounds ran true to form as they won their 3rd consecutive title. Erhard Bell led the team by taking individual hon- ors with MVP Herman Bueno a step behind. Captain, Steve Turner, Kieth Puckett and Roger Wright all ran excellent races to round out the Hounds scoring. The following weekend, Eng- land's hill-and-dale gang once again captured the ICC crown as they handily defeated Butler. The team will then look to replace departing seniors, Turner and Brewer for next year. Below - the 1977 Cross Country Team. On knees, from left to right: Phil Martin, Er- hard Bell, Marc Adams, Herman Bueno, Coach England. Back row, from left to right: Roger Wright, Bill Brewer, Charlie Sparks, Jon Lilly, Steve Turner, Kieth Puckett. 9. I 'U 'Q + 4 0 al, s ,,. .cus -:- - .A N- ' K 'fy hx. i JG-xifiie'-1 Z A I , . xp.. . - K - .V... LHP x ' x5 . "A ':'. v , 1 Q Q. I I! o P v 5 n . ji Xl IR I i .v Xl H -.elm ' -A-gtk AT.. 1 f A-K L xdwi? +V - sexy : ., 'jexi Q. - x .- 1 f M-NV K E x w X .-uni' 1 5l aG 9-.4,,.tQI'274 - . , 1.3.55 41.14 , , - i . HMM .,-.1.iy- :.. -f, -'53 TX? V ,, .C H... ,, . . ,, . 9 fkdfwi , 471: ' 1 -V v-' 2,312,523 ?' If?-.,11 Ns ff -:--'Yea ' ' 'A - W-. 44. , V , .eff , , Q, + K 1 v W . ,.-ff Ae A 'fl Qigfvfff rf' " 13'-'17 S"F5'i , 3j5w,g-viz. v. Lv S , H-. fwswy. If'-ii. -. S ra W 18 NOV.H, Y TH PA SY K TEA L,-J O -4 FT! :- sac U1 -4 Z 'U :- -1 1 -4 The Indiana Central Players presented Robert Anderson's moving drama, TEA AND SYMPATHY. Anderson deals with a subject of high controversy and relevancy to today's world. With emo- tional impact and power, Anderson ex- plores the theme of manhood and homo- sexuality. The play takes place in a New England prep school for boys. It is the story of a lonely and sensitive young man, named Tom Lee. Because of Tom's sensitivity and higher appreciation of the arts, he is falsely accused of having homosexual re- lations with one of the professors at school. One misunderstanding leads to another. Tom's father refuses to under- stand him and leaves Tom to fight alone, as does his roommate, Al. Frustrated and alone, Tom seeks out the only friend he has left -the housemaster's wife, Laura Reynolds. She is the only one who can see Tom for the truly sensitive, unique boy that he is. Intertwining misunderstandings and emotions lead to Tom's attempt to prove himself with the local prostitute, where he miserably fails. His failure causes his attempted suicide. Jealousy of Tom by Mr. Reynolds leads to a division between Mr. Reynolds and Laura. The division culminates in the climactic scene where Laura confronts Mr. Reynolds with his own sexual incapabilities. Bill Reynolds then becomes a victim of his own preju- dices. Anderson powerfully gives us his definition of manhood in this turnabout climax. In the final scene, he puts that definition into practice as Laura gently and tenderly shows Tom just how much of a man he truly is. 4 l l l i C - i 1 i l l 1 F 4 r if ' 2 nf-. -A x , ' 'Q I Laura Reynolds . . Lilly Sears . . . . . Tom Lee .... . . J David Harris ..... .1252 Ralph ........ . . Steve ............ Bill Reynolds ..... Phil ......... . . Herbert Lee ..... THE PRODUCTION STAFF THE CAST Susan Malasics Celine Kavalec Christopher Miller John Lampson Tom Hill John Pea Joe Mitchell Richard Soard James W. Davidsen George W. Arndt Ill Produced 84 Directed by .............r Richard A. Williams Assistant DirectorfStage Manager ...... Debra Harper Assistant Technical Director ,.......... Derek Weber Assistant Stage Manager ......... . . .Mary Margaret Willbanks Master Stage Technician ..... . . .Debra Overbey Master Lighting Technician . . . . . .Carol Hill Master Sound Technician . . . . . .Brian Cummings Stage Props Chairman .... ..... G eorge W. Arndt III Hand Props Chairwoman ..... ..... B etsy Schlegel Set Construction Chairman . . . ..... Jim Davidsen Set Painting Chairwoman .... ..... S usan Day Costumes Chairwoman ..... . . .Kathy Richmond Make-up Chairwoman . . . . . .Melly Soo Armstrong Publicity Chairwoman . . . . . .Deborah Sargent Photography .......... . . .Lou Gerig Box Office Manager ..... . . .Pat Maple TEA 8L SYMPATHY 31 HELPING, SHARING WITH, AND CARING FOR OTHERS IS NOT JUST TALK AT CENTRAL The three service organizations on campus - IAY, APO, and Circle K - had a busy year serving as ushers at various events and helping set up for special days. IAY and APO jointly sponsored two blood drives. IAY also visited invalids and hospitals and held bake sales in New Dorm. Circle K had a leaf raking day and a chili supper. The national Circle K emphasis for the year is to raise money for diabetes research. The club had monthly birthday par- ties at the Evangelical Home for the Aged and helped their sponsoring Kiwanis Club sell peanuts on Youth Day. Youth Day sales help youth organizations in the community. l'if5 3' SERVICE PROJECTS l . 4 ,,.,.'--x ki 0 570 GIVI. x .ll R. gh la 4 x A- ttts TIS-:'ffr:5"sR ,415 ,-, , , Y 'A ' f " ' S1,1ij5l,"P gf is ii icuii ix wg? J zz :rr-2: -1 f' im wan!! K EA' Xx .---1 1: .il 3 'citrus ii :ima ii - :: - .... ... .. :rags I lit . .url wr E, ,gf -.ww if f Q59 , .Lights -lvrdfunu Iifnf-14 ' Ana faj Sue Shmitz, about to give her all while Qbj Jay Sibley takes it lying down. fcj Terri Stump helps out at the nursing home party, where fdj Jolly Old Saint Nicholas was por- trayed by none other than John Fetherolf. fel Diane Torwellc, Gerri Torwelle, and Martha Lynch lend their efforts for the Circle K chili supper. SERVICE PROJECTS 33 34 DORMS BUXTON 2 BITANTS A resident student forms a type of family with the others on the same floor in the dorms. Some floors become very closeg on others, the residents remain only casually ac- quainted. Dorm families share many zany experiences, among them, preparation for floor pics. See pages 48 and 49 for identifications. Q14 l-1 X D M UAROLWB ,l P' SWM iw' W '-1 U-D U P-4 F' LTI DAILEY 2 3 LEY I DA L,-v O' U O 73 Z U1 iQ' xv'- -Q , LZ may '33 Q way "'F,, CCI! F-52- I-N-ann VEDI N HN .LH H SV lNH H E Al ,gr VEDI N HN .LH 3 I :U E fi EH1T'2 Kll EH1T'3 Kll ua oo U O 'FU Z U3 RHNNE N9 Of- ,,,,...., Qgg 2 gig I 6905? Vg? Q7 XV JR 7 Q fx .Y N .4---f Z FT! Z rn Z Z rn Z m Z INJ DORMS 39 U7 LT-I LT-I wr U-I LU 40 DORMS R., f' , -1 :wsig-Q:.,:m R -'afcgg - 'sis Q N H, ,F ...W .. D. ,-5 X 1 - Q, Y' F x, 45 4 ., ff?-T'--if ln., 1 1 I a ns' X .4.f..........,.., , ,-A DORMS 41 NEW WGMEN 2 NEW WOMEN 3 ,Airy , Iwi l'lLjU'nkF,s 1 a I I ' I RNC . 17 NHNOAA AAEIN S NEINOAA AAHN 44 DORMS TRIMBLE BASEMENT TRIMBLE 1 xf . f 4jXk. x ---4 uf' no ,X ',:x 4 - . f xv Xf R r A A X f - L 4 is L Ei: fy, -' Pivx rf DU. Z H121 IHJ. EVIEI U E 2 E 3 x I u ?j X I 6 I S , I. N N ' 'v s ' I J - -u if f .A ,J wb 5,2 E , Q .SQ A .Q Q ,H , ., QV' x5l 71' , ,X I 'lf ' l . , up X Nl 1 Q, it ww- , ., , Q- J, Q-. pm, x E HHOIAVIIAA EICIISE-IH .LN SSV I .LS V N Sl U O nw Z. U1 BUXTON 1: Row 1 - Terry Lane Bruce McDowell Tim Lanie John Ruthroff Jim Lindsey. Row 2 - Mark St. Clair Byron Felkner Dave Llewellyn Gary Hamilton. BUXTON 2: Row l A Dave Steele. Row 2- Tom Potts Steve Sark. Row 3 f Larry Hathaway Bill Williams Steve Turner Joe Peters Ben Coats Mark Bailey Will Wienhorst. BUXTON 3: Jerry Kuhn Bill Steadman Brad Pollock Dave Vlasic Pat Healy. DAILEY 1: Row l - Kwabena Nketia John Goben Bryon Ross Chuck Peckham. Row 2 - Ken Norris Mike Dickerson Mark Hetrick Frank Vormohr. DAILEY 2: Row 1 - Jim Erwin. Row 2 - Kevin Dittman David Sawrie Jerry Cepican Tim Abel Randy Lewis Row 3 - Kevin Bevers Mark Haltom Dave Albright Tom Nottingham Scott Keeler Fred Mindach. Row 4 - Dan Williams Randy Tolley T.J.Weigand Dave Post John Jones Shane Harrington David Kruse Tom Geffert Steve Meeks. burn Dale Dickson Carl Boss Brad Coats Frank Spall Jim Hayes John Fetherolf Gregg Foxx Gary Lester Clark Kittle Bob Mann Jon Maxwell Rick Gladish. KRANNERT BASEMENT: Row 1 - Carole Woods Kim Englebright Laura Schlebecker. Row 2 - Sandra Walker Su- san Whitaker Margaret Smoot Cathy Gould Joan Sachs. Standing - Patti Smith Cathy Courter. KRANNERT 1: Row 1 - Lisa ONeal Tonya Dillahunty Paula Anderson Lorna Harris Judy Block Monica Gilman Judy Beck Mom Soult. Row 2 - Linda Joerger Karla Spring- er Carla Smith Nancy Hurst Deb Sanders. Row 3 - Cherie Watkins Rhonda Robb Pam Beehler Lisa Monday Sandy Horan Carol Swango Barb Fosgate Lynn Deardorff Beth Stevens. Row 4 - Charla Cross Karen Kehlbeck Cathy Foster Dawn Vehmeier Melinda Irwin. KRANNERT 2 Row l Deb Dicken Joann Sirignano Tess Patrum Deb Sigman Lori Blake Loralle Thompson Julie Wal ters Row 2 Carol Byers Linda Diermger Melinda Creed Ruth Ann Stanley Susie Young Wendy Heck Lea Ann Lentz Paula Hlnebaugh Karen Ivory Row 3 Sandy Vardaman KRANNERT 3: Row 1 - Deb Workman Susan Gent Kim Kiser. Row 2 -Jamie Melloan Amy Thomas Traci Bland Ted E. Bear Tonda Livergood Donna Smith Karen Kalberer Cindy Stone Connie Stapleton. Row 3 - Mary Beth Bouse Linda Turner Susan Boone Sue Crafton Martha Lynch Debbie Scott Mary Allen Connie Wendell Joanne Weber Janet Coers Chris Stull Debbie Martin Cheryl Crisp. Row 4 - Debbie Lake Pam Deemer Nancy Carter Carol Burger Kathi Small Yvonne Penner Leanne Sturm Cathy Trowbridge Susan Hol- dren. Row 5 - Donna Arnold Betty Feemster Debbie Morris Connie Koenig Rhonda Meredith Lynn Hines Roxanna Rentschler Diane Drewes Teri Beach. NEW MEN 1: Dave Crisp Mark Appleton Jim Sumwalt Derek Brown Peter Chin Tim Hensel. NEW MEN 2: Row 1 - Glenn Woods David Chaille Mike Hawkins Dave Beal Paul Harper. Row 2 - Bruce Kercheval Earl Haase John Coffin Greg Jackson Elbert Hill Wendell Heckman Dennis Roberts. Row 3 - Dan Bemenderfer. NEW MEN 3: Row 1 - Doug Weber Erhard Bell Mark Weigand Francois Mercho Greg Hauswald. Row 2 - Chris Oliger Steve Goddard Jim Brown Randy Herbert Lyle Sadler Steve Lance Dave Ancelet Jerry Rippy Dennis Rippy Steve mold. Row 3 - Wally Bryant Terry Howard Dan Sease. Row 4 - Herman Bueno Brian Cox Jim Belcher Steve Miller. NEW MEN 4: Row 1 - Carmen Hurley Mike Atkinson Mike Wallace Mike Gasper Kevin Filbey Bob Showalter. Row 2 - Brad Buck Rick Jay Kevin Hook Mark Switzer. NEW MEN 5: Row l - Dave Wintin Kevin Cross. Row 2 - Chris Sanders Mike Rund Mark Fellmuth Jamie Cook Mike Johnson Doug Clark Bryan Enkoff. Row 3 - Ron Frickey Jeff Bates Ralph Purkhiser Rick Caylor Frank Wintin. Row 4 - Dave Wollman Chet Ferrell. NEW WOMEN 1: Joyce Cleeter Karen Bolton Tina Walston Janet Mann Mary Herndon Linda Gradeless Sherri Fisher Judy Service. Top - Ann Peters. NEW WOMEN 2: Row 1 - Gay Scott Cathy Krouse Cindy Peters Pam Kite Pat Thompson. Row 2 - Donna Cox Vickie Dettlof Dessalyn Morton Patsy Murray Andrea Henderson. Row 3 - Dana Derbyshire Louise Snyder Mary Jane Math- ews Bonnie Peralta Sharon Ray Sue Smart Julie Hackman Diane Beard. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J I Q Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i J , , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H V I 7 i 1 1 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 32 RlCl'lal'd VaDRhCCdCl'l, Sl.al'lii'lLlt, Steve Os- RQW 3 -- Bfyant, Teffy Hgwafd, Steve Rei- 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 , , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , E 7 5 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , g , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 9 ' I 9 7 1 , , , Y 9 S T , , , , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Barrick Doris Arnett Karen Eder Teri Adams Beth Jordon Row 4 Gloria Cutshaw Louise Farmer Ellen Stanton Ruth Rose Julie Mann Brenda Catt Row 5 Donita Scheidt Jo Harger Paula Brown Candy Krider Dianine Reuter, Barb Deemer, Julie Ray, Mim Smith, Debbie 48 DORMS NEW WOMEN 3: Row 1 - Martha Barnett Kara Stohry Donna Reuter Mary Jane Butts Carol Murphy Sue Patterson. Row 2 - Sabrina Mayberry Deb Frame Gerri Torwelle Nan- cy Resler Tammy Hankins Jean Sachs Carol Hill Susan Day Camille Goins Deb Overbey Teresa Camp Marla Wallace. NEW WOMEN 4: Row l - Libby Scoggins Diana Williams Carol Black Vonda Robison Teresa Swanson Paula Burke Maureen Neddo. na Luedke Loretta Arney Donna Whitehead Diana Rivers Robin DeBurger Sharon Rapp Lonnie Turner Kathy Wright Row 2 - Don- Cathy Wicker Becky Nunan Connie Gunn Vicki Ellis Julie Scharfenberger Cheryl Pavy Bonnie Benson Jenny Koch Deb Miller Linda Krout LeAnne Briggs Jan Blaising. NEW WOMEN 5: Row 1 -- Leslie Sims Laura Sims Kathy Waddle. Row 2 - Nancy Dinkledine Marti Elshoff Melissa Allen Anita Murray Donna Stoepler Pat Wheeler Ina Peters Nina Kistler Nancy Moore. Row 3 - Patti Sharkey Jane Miller Pennie Brechbiel. TRIMBLE BASEMENT: Lou Gillen Jody Ferguson Cindy Smith Deanna York Ann Schilling. TRIMBLE 1: Row 1 - Jamie Wraly Jana Hackman Annette Thompson. Row 2 - Loretta Briggs Karen Kilbom Laura Bury Denise Martin Julie Kingseed Cindy Sare Caroline Fish- er. Row 3 - Ellen Brooks Kathy Woods Diane Wickizer Lisa Ellis Cindy Craig Bev Green Jane Bentz Vanessa Sanders Karen Souders Kathleen St. Clair. Row 4 - Kathy Goldman Luanne Hendricks Julie Howe. TRIMBLE 2: Row l - Paula Ortman Mary Durant Nanette Walters Sandy DeZearn Robin Coats Melinda Winter Tina Bowers. Row 2 - Deb Hampton Shelby Kinnick Becky Lamb Kathy Brown Terry Wheeler Amy Brower Vicky Harber. Row 3 - Robin Drumm Laura Smith Diane Long Janet Turner. Row 4 - Marci Smith Rose Boggs Vicki Swank April Sare Dixie Smith Joyce Schurtter Diane Torwelle Sherri Perkins Roxanne Heath Deb Frey. 9 9 , , , 9 9 9 , . . , , 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 , . 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 , . . , . , , , 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Fulton, Sandy Chrysler, Sally Gardner, Nancy Shertzer, Karen 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 I 9 9 9 9 , , . , 9 74 , 'fL-v" HABITAN TRIMBLE 3: Row l - Janine Sanders Donna Fields Sue Miller Jill Persinger Marilyn Moman Cindi Welch Pam Ewig Cindy Wasson. Row 2 - Deb Cochran Becky Taylor Dianne Stanley Charlotte Day Holly Brune Vicki Dixon Jodi Stull. Row 3 - Elizabeth Cowan Lynn Halcomb Judy Pennington. Tonya Gosnell Ramona Roettger Terri Stump Pam Croft. Row 4 - Laurie Penrod Elain Metzger Brenda Ahrens M.J. Straub Dianne Walls Peggy Hill Cindy Crim Becky Blair. WILMORE 1: Row 1 - Tony Ortman Paul Pendleton Steve Schwab. Row 2 - Jeff Bontrager Dave Kilmer Glenn Howell Tony Starks Tom Spencer Greg Dye Rod Wimmer Kevin Moore Ralph Reiff Dean Schmollinger. WILMORE 2: Row 1 - Mike Donovan Charlie Hardebeck Roger Wright Gary Welch Mike Steadman Bill Briggs. Row 2 Freeman Nathan Goforth. Row 3 - Terry Stevans Rusty Goodpastor. WILMORE 3: Row l - Dave Brainard Jeff McClurg Tim Bajusz. Row2-Steve Savich Jim Goetz Larry Zembala Rick Wimmer Dave Kitchell. Row 3 - Brian Brauchla Charlie Wimbleduff Tim McLaughlin. RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: Libby Scoggins Pam Kite Dale Dickson Terri Stump Scott Miles Sue Patterson Kevin Cross Cathy Trowbridge Doris Arnett. Not Pictured: Tina Renihan Tina Bowers Don Beeman Mike Hawkins Mark Weigand Jane Fulton Bill Schneider Mike Reel Dave Kilmer Tom Nottington John Jones. DORM MOMS: Mom Goss - Dailey Mom Pete Soult - Krannert Mom Hartman - Wilmore Mom Hendrix - Trim- ble Mom Dillman - Buxton Mom Ferrell - New Dorm. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 1 - Boyd Davis, Dennis Massie, Bill Schneider, Ken Wells, Rusty , , 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 I 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 GG 99 9 9 9 9 O cn mug -kk DORMS 49 CGMMUTER The life of commuters is not all Mom's good cooking and soft toilet paper. Com- muters must rise extra early in the morn- ing to get to class on time. A commuter must be a race car driver, mechanic, and meteorologist rolled into one. Schwitzer Concourse and the library serve as day- time homes for many commuters. Re- turning home in the evenings, they led mysterious second lives, unknown to their campus friends. 50 COMMUTERS TAGE BA D l ,S SYMPHGNIC WIND E SEMBLE l. ' ,-.'.ft .,: ,gp . , 'Ji' '- ' f-rf' BRASS ENSEMBLE - .... . . . Q "1 ,. ' - , -s:-:,-3 The ICU bands lived up to the good reputation ofthe music department. The December 4 concert was success- ful and those who attended enjoyed a variety of good music. We salute these dedicated people who practiced many hours to entertain others. Stage band members: Pat Anderson, Loretta Briggs, Duane Davis, David Hathaway, Rick Jay, Susan Karg, Christine Miller, Patti Pidcock, Vonda Robison, Kent Sterrett, John Stobaugh, Jane Turn- er, John Blessing, Tom Richardson, William Walter, John Wimmer, Terry Woods. Symphonic wind ensemble members: Pat Anderson, Debbie Barrick, Loretta Briggs, Bill Bruce, Deborah Caldwell, Carolyn Casey, Cyn- thia Clark, Duane Davis, Monica Gilman, Sheryl Giltner, Gerald Hamilton, Laura Hamilton, David Hathaway, Rick Jay, Susan Karg, Robert Mann, Wendy Mattson, Christie Miller, Mark Montgomery, Patti Pidcock, Rita Rawlins, Vonda Robison, Jean Sachs, Brad Scott, Greg Scott, Carla Smith, Tammy Stansifer, Kent Sterrett, John Stobaugh, Jana Turner, Sharon White, Jane Whitlow, Jackie Whit- ney, Rebecca Wiggins. Brass ensemble members: tkneelingj John Stobaugh, Steve Petry. Qstandingl Kent Sterrett, Doug Weber, John Blessing. 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' 5- 72:12212533:2E::::::'532252 . .: X ' '2:8311355E:::::::::.Q3gggg- ' '::::::::...gf:::?s,L..- .:::.: ...::3:gu::.::33gg::.:zz 353f222EfEE:.'53E22:E: -Eifiizzztgiiiiiiiz Eikigiiiiiizzz ""' Q22 733::::::::::2-I-122 37-:::o:::::: .g:::::: J ::::.: 3333:-' :::::::..... ..g:5:::' .::2Q::::::Q::::2::---g: X ::::::.:,,:-- I '332EEE32i2E2:gg2" Q X --':::::" X 0 o X I 0 X X 1', 0 od suv 0 x 0 9 I 0 5 0 O Q K X 0 X .,....,- ..-f. - . o v G 0 9 , fx an fNf-7: 2 "I KNOW I PARKED MY CAR HERE ...SOMEWHERE!!" Guin:-del flighl flzlbvlbl' nl llew Il0l'll1 ' J7 v 2 A fg 'f7X' '41 4 V IA L 5 ,:,, ig ,-,,- , r 6 + .0 ' P .':. but f X' Xf 5 i , W K 5 QQ gba U XJ f y X XT -Z-1 --.-,., -.., . J - 'ff I 1 X V H gf L 1 of 4' f 6ff9f6"fZ VESPER SERVICE The show must go on and it sure did. Although the weather postponed the December ll concert, the two choirs brought back the holiday spirit on January 15. The Concert Choir, di- rected by Mrs. Elise Mar- shall, sang GLORIA, by Antonio Vivaldi, and the Collegiate Choir, under the direction of Mr. David Searles, sang Benjamin Britten's CEREMONY OF CAROLS. See page 89 for the members of the Concert Choir fabovej. COL- LEGIATE CHOIR tat rightlz Barbara Deemer, Penny Fox, Sherry ldlewine, Shoshanna McDaniel, Deborah McElwee, Judy Pennington, Caron Petty, Debra Sanford, Kathy Small, Mary Straub, Dawn Woods. Ac- companist - Sheryl Giltner. S4 VESPER SERVICE QA ICU's nursing students finally received their caps. Snowstorms had delayed the capping ceremony for two weeks, but on February 12, the nurses' families and friends gathered for the occasion which will always be remembered by the students. Left- Deb Burkhardt, Fred Brooks, Peri Brooks and Barb Brendall wait during the capping ceremony. Lower left w Pam Boreman looks on as Clara Arbo- gast receives her cap from Mrs. Briggs, nursing in- structor. Lower right - Kim Englebright, Rose Cullcr and Imogene Caldwell share the excitement of the occasion. xg 31 BASKETBALL a A referee sets a precedent by ejecting an ICU student from a basketball game for unsportsmanhke conduct b The ICU bench reflects the pace of a home game c Flrst year coach B111 Brlght dxscusses the controverslal flmsh to the ICU Butler contest on the Greyhound court w1th one of the referees d Sen1or Steve Kahl goes up for two points agamst DePauw Unlversxty e Junlor Dave Ancelet concentrates on a free throw attempt whlle Jlm Wernke and Steve Hodgson prepare to set up the Grey hound defense SE: f I -Tug XX 5 X 'S 56 BASKETBALL p 5 A X 3-1- S E ' 'S F' 5 K ,gf X qv i lv? x ' 1 4. 1 Q . Lx 9 5 5 du ,-Qs' I .., -" M... 5 C I . Qu- - ,N .- , up W' H 'x ,. X , - N, X L::Q:IFpvvf, :X ' -R: x sw 'E f T" V "f'."1 fL CUZ C L - A' f 1mwv+-1-f'M 'Wf f- wA.':-.X,p wA su kg , BASKETBALL 57 BASKETBALL a The ICU Pep Band plays at many home basktball games and lends sup port to the Greyhounds b Jumor Tlm Bajusz jumps h1gh to grab a rebound agamst an lndlana Um verslty Southeast player c The 1977 78 ICU Varslty Basketball team d. Marty Johnson, sophomore, jumps through defenders to tip two for the Greyhounds, e. Uncontested, sophomore, Jim Wernke eyes the basket as he prepares to lay the ball in for two points. S8 BASKETBALL gfljdlf 'Q x lr isa 'E A I' 'Psi 'F I 45 ,gf Q V, fc N ' TE ' . In . L..- Y B are A. lg , E3 Q4 fp fl rag 3, 4? as I -N, -.,.J" ,Da-W Q1 xx' .- W --,.., f' s I - 0 'ls .warg D I , ,. CU 68 W W 89 W 79 W 63 W 89 W 87 W W 65L 64L 50L 74L 66L 58L 75L 8OL 81W 77L 59L 89W 70L 7lL OPPONENT Morehead State University I U Ft Wayne Ilhnols Wesleyan University Bellarmine College Marion College I U Ft Wayne Ball State University Capital University Carson Newman DePauw Franklin College Butler University Eastern Illinois St. Joseph s College Wabash College DePauw Eastern Illinois Wright State Butler University Franklin College I.U. Southeast St. Joseph's College DePauw Valparaiso Bellarmine College Ula 60 WHIPPETS BASKETBALL WHIPPETS BASKETBALL X 1 , y I -.1 5 R . ,R x.- , 7 S. L jk Z 8 K Q I ' ' ,- ,QR N . 'ja ALJ ' ,, , 5 v'x uf pi i R fi' I - , 2 .X-xx - , ,Q-N - .. ,,.,-- WHIPPETS BASKETBALL 61 ,L ll It ll P at I I ' as 5 Lg in" I' f P wa " f, ' , ivnnu 3 1 f i -1 ,Ziggy , O f REYHQ4 P14 LL E L t., ' ' ...pf-1-w--'- For the fourth year in a row the Greyhound wrestlers captured the ICC championship With three champions five runners up and two Hounds taking third place they scored 75 75 points they outscored second palce Valpar also by eight points Mark Gray Dan Lutgrlng and Tim Lame were the Hound champions Lame and Lutgring made the trip to Cedar Falls Iowa to compete in the NCAA Division II tournament and represented their school very well The Greyhounds ended their dual meet schedule which included several nationally ranked teams with a 7 7 re cord Gray and Brmton Farrand took Little State crowns and Lame was Indiana Central s lone Anderson Invita tional champ Several special awards were presented at the Winter Awards ceremony Gray and Lame were named team captains Gray was voted to receive the Mental Attitude Award - v ' s ' s s Q , - . . . , . Q 'A - QYHUUNBS 4 I e SQ Anderson Northern Kentucky Alma Wilmington Evansville Omaha Taylor Ohio Northern DePauw Valparaiso Wabash St. Joseph Franklin Indiana University 171 -. ,I y. l. Row 1 - Tim Wonnell. Brinton Far- rand, Mark Gray, Todd Alexander, Dan Lutgring. Row 2 - Scott Miles, Coach Terry Wetherald. Row 3 f Tony Starks. Todd Fakes, Tim Lanie, Frank Wintin, Jerry Kuhn, Knot pictured - .lim Ro- mack and Student Assistant Coach Da- vid Wintinj. 2. Graduate Joe Meyers teaches Brint Farrand a new trick in the Alumni Match. 3. Jim Romack uses his specialty - the legs. l. Coach Wether- ald and members of the squad look on .. , 2. as Tim Lanie puts away another opponent at the Little State. 3. Before an untimely knee injury Senior Jerry Kuhn controls Alum Kerry Geeseman. 4. Sen- ior Mark Gray prepares to tear into an- other victim on his way to a Little State Crown. 5. Kneeling -ICC champ Mark Gray and ICC Coach ofthe Year Terry Wetherald. Standing - ICC champs Dan Lutgring and Tim Lanie. 6. Senior Tim Wonnell stalks an opponent at the Little State. WRESTLING 63 WOMEN'S IlN TRAMURALS Ten teams participated in the fun and competition this year. Girls not frequently involved in sports had an excellent opportunity to have some fun while getting a little exercise, too. U Pictured at the right are the Women's League Tournament Run- ners-up. Members of Here comes Trouble were: Row 1 - Roxanne Restschler, Deb Phillips, Marci Miller. Row 2 - Brigida Stygar, Kathy Brown, Lisa Ellis and Joyce Schutter. Pictured below are the Women's League Tournament Champs. Ba Sa Ha included: Row 1 - Kathy Strahm, Deb Sweet, Julie Herd- man, Maureen Gallagher. Row 2 - Rosie Marsh, Darlene Wendeln, Carla Marsh and Lila Grant. Page 65 Top left: Deb Phillips says, "I saw it first." Top right: Deb Burkhardt in action. Bot- tom left: This always works for Doctor J. Bottom right: Jody Stull sees her name on that one. -11. , 4 '- J- Qe l X 'Qfgv 5190! 'M I - 1 - 4. Hue? 'Y f 64 WOMEN S INTRAMURALS Si' if Ill ,X 1 uit! K 'W A " -x'., 4 'x XWW' , -...E ' 1 il Y 6,3 QI lv ,.t-ty - gf' - , A E - w ' ' Z' 2,-' " -Q 3 6 Nik .4 MEN S INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Intramural sports give the students not currently involved in an intercollegiate sport an outlet for physical activity Men s intramural basketball was an example of such participation as many teams competed in A B and C League action throughout the intramural season. The season was topped off by a tournament held in each league to decide the league championship. The A-League champions were Teeny s Boppers B-League champs were The Fifth Floor Angels and the C-League champs were The Connection. Each team received a trophy for first place as did the runners-up. After each contest the nets were cut down by the winners to signify that each team was indeed a champion. 66 MEN S INTRAMURALS a. Lyle Sadler watches a C-League opponent shoot over defending team- mates. Saddler led his team to the runner-up spot in C-League. b. Doug Clark shoots over defender Mike Donovan. Clarks team the Fifth Floor Angels defeated Dono- vans team The Force for the B- League championship. c. Action in the A-League final game. d. A member of the Rockets drives baseline in C-League action. e. A-League champs Teenys Bop- ers. f. B-League champs The Fifth Floor Angels. g. C-League champs The Connec- tion. ing 1' f f r Ai .-.. Q .'. N E- , gm S xi MTN f , . ' fx 4' ' W 1'5- 254 .Ag v H vmgn..-.AN M-.. ' .- A A1 I fqefuwguo , A Q 414. -Q .if ,',f, ru: rn: IECTIUI? .ffflull E MIETW. P' Q 5 A' Q-5 -n-I ""' "?lA"X,.FX ll' 'Rik 3 -- MEN'S INTRAMURALS 67 Y' ,- "' in-f DUNCAN, King of Scotland ............ Gary W. Marks HIS SONS: MALCOLM ........................ David Llewellyn DONALBAIN .................. Richard T. Williams GENERALS OF DUNCAN'S ARMY: MACBETH .......................... John Lampson BANQUO ......................... Derek C. Weber NOBLEMEN OF SCOTLAND: MACDUFF ................. .... J ames W. Ream LEN NOX ................. ........ J ohn Pea ROSS ........ ..... K enneth Low MENTEITH .... ,..... . . .Jon Lilly ANGUS ............... . . .Brian Cummings CAITHNESS ................. ...... F rank Spall FLEANCE, son to Banquo ......... ..... T erry Woods SIWARD, Earl of Northumberland, general of the English forces .......... Gary W. Marks YOUNG SIWARD, his son .............. Jim Davidsen SEYTON, officer attending on Macbeth . . .Greg Michael BOY, son of Macduff ................. Douglas Williams ENGLISH DOCTOR ........................ Tom Hill SCOTCH DOCTOR ,... ..... J oe Mitchell A SERGEANT ... A PORTER ...... AN OLD MAN . . . . . . .Mike Gasper . . ........ Seth Rossman . ......... John Fetherolf MURDERER I . . . George W. Arndt III MURDERER II . . . ............... Roger Carlile MESSENGERS , . ..... John Fetherolf, Carl Boss SOLDIER ........ ................. T om Hill SERVANT ......... ...... R ichard T. Williams LADY MACBETH . . . ..... Deborah Sargent LADY MACDUFF . . . .......... Carol E. Hill GENTLEWOMAN , . , .............. Susan Day WITCH I ......... ..... M ary Susan Armstrong WITCH II ............i.............. LaDonna Riddle WITCH III ,........................... Carol Swango LORDS, ATTENDANTS, SOLDIERS .Christopher Miller Mark Montgomery, Larry Hathaway, Steve Nontell Donald Snyder, Gary Broyles, Erling Peterson, Carl Boss LADIES, ATTENDANTS .... Debra Harper, Diana Hill Martha Lynch, Karen Ream, Kathy Richmond Betsy Schlegel, Cathy Courter Kathy Williams, Joy Henderson 68 MACBETH John Lampson Deborah Sargent Derek Weber The appearance of Banquo's ghost IBN Ken Low, Jim Ream, Dave Llewellyn Shakespeare's MACBETH, presented February 16, 17, and 18, was a tragedy contain- ing some of his finest rhetoric and some of ICU's finest performers and stagehands, all 40 of them. What led to the finished product was a combination of sweat, late hours, and cooperation flots of itj. How was it put together? Piecing together 4 tons of set was quite an accomplishment, not to mention the decor. Although the snow stopped classes and cars, the lights in Ransburg Auditorium and Rehearsal Hall were lit while the drama troopers remained oblivious to the frozen environment. Rehearsals went as scheduled, the stage English became published, and a resemblance to Stratford-on-Avon became apparent. Dedication, l perserverance, pa- tience, hard labor - all the king becoming graces - combined for a royal production leaving the anticipa- tion of more to come. Richard T. Williams Ken Low, Jim Ream Dave Llewellyn LaDonna Riddle, Sue Armstrong, Carol Swango THE PRODUCTION STAFF ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STAGE MANAGER ,......... Mary Margaret Willbanks ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTOR .,...,......,.......... Mark Montgomery MASTER LIGHTING TECHNICIAN . . .Debra Overbey MASTER STAGE TECHNICIAN ,..... Kathy Richmond MAKE-UP CHAIRMAN ,..........,.. Brian Cummings COSTUME CHAIRMAN ,..........,.. Derek C. Weber PUBLICITY CHAIRWOMAN ....,.... Kathy Richmond MASTER SOUND TECHNICIAN .George W. Arndt III HAND PROPS CHAIRWOMAN ............ Diana Hill SET PROPS CHAIRMAN ................... John Pea PHOTOGRAPHY ,............. ..... D ave Willoughby BOX OFFICE MANAGER ..... ....... 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For your interest, and prehaps to jog a few memories in the years to come, we have put together a timetable of blizzard events. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1978 5 a.m. Five inches of old snow on ground, light snow began to fall. 3:45 p.m. Weather Service issued blizzard warning. 4:00 p.m. Heavy snow began to fall. 8:45 p.m. Travelers warned to "seek shelter immediately." THURSDAY 2:12 a.m. Winds gusting to 55 m.p.h. 9:00 a.m. Wind chill - 51 degrees below zero. FRIDAY 2:02 a.m. Snow stopped, more than 20 inches on ground, 15.5 inches from blizzard. ,---Q-'ks ' l2HNf- 5 N 9 11 Frozen berries . . . 21 "The Cold Ones" , . , 31 and a mobile snowperson are results ofthe average year's snowfall. 41 During "Blizzard Morning", a blade equipped truck makes a futile attempt at keeping the parking lots open. 51 Friday evenings' INDIANA- POLIS NEWS gave testimony to the storms fury. 61 A hopeless situation . . . 71 began to look better on Friday, as the plows began to move. 81 A breather was necessary for those who made it to Schwitzer Thursday morning. 91 Dave Llewellyn advertises a hastily planned dance for those stranded on campus. 101 Snow removal was a slow task a front-end loader was working 2 weeks later. .J ,Q ' 71 x 5 Qt -Sift' , -rw. . - NL 72 CENTRAL SINGERS CENTRAL SINGERS .SAS 1 The Central Singers, now in the group's twentieth year, entertained a variety of people with a variety of music during the 1977-78 school year. Diversity described the group's repertoire, including popular and classic selections, as well as music from the stage, old and new. This talented group gave numerous concerts in the community during the year, and performed with the Concert Choir on its Michigan-Canadian tour in April. The Central Singers were directed by Mrs. Elise Marshall. Members of the group were: George Arndtg Debbie Asherg Brian Brauchlag Julie Caing Chris Cobbg Jeanne Fitzgeraldg Kevin Hookeg Dale Jonesg Brenda Maxwellg Chris Millerg Cindy Petersg Kathy Richmondg Ann Schillingg Libby Scogginsg Donald Snyderg Rick Soardg Terry Woodsg Connie Bolser, accompanist. December X ll January February March J ,M ffllf Throughout the year the music department presented a variety of recitals The Juniors and semors majoring or minormg 1n mus1c llV6d up to the reputation of the ICU music department We would like to express our gratitude to Mrs Sachs music department secretary for her help in preparing th1s list as well as helping with other music sections in this book April Cormne Graham v1ol1n Julie Cam soprano Departmental majors Faculty recital James Hansen bas soon Katherine Waddle soprano Jennifer Atherton soprano Gay Scott soprano Departmental majors David Hertzberg French harpsicord Colligium Musicum Libby Scoggins soprano Departmental - majors Central Arts Chorale Four Hand Piano Music Patricia Anderson horn Terrence Woods, piano May Mark Montgomery, tenor 14 Steven Petry, French horn 15 Departmental - minors 17 Teresa Allen, violin 20 Donald Snyder, tenor 21 Kenneth Huber, guest pianist 29 Departmental Guitar and piano students of Joylyn Hague and Sulaiman Zai 5 Jeanne Fitzgerald, soprano 6 Drew Minter, guest countertenor September 25 October November December 4 I I I I RECITALS 7 Royce Thrush Qalumnusj pre-mas- ters recital Patricia Mosley viola Departmental Choral department John Blessing trombone Rick Jay percussion Departmental David Collins violin John Gates piano Departmental Ein musikalischer Gruss Brian Brauchla tenor Dale Jones bass Paul Nordby Qalumnusl bassoon John Stobaugh trumpet Vonda Robison trumpet Central Singers Brad Scott tuba Winston Shieh guitar Departmental Ken Sterrett trumpet Duane Davis saxophone Departmental Symphonic Wind Ensemble Stage Band Collegiate Choir Departmental Studio Recital - students of Da- vid Searles Rick Soard baritone Debbie Rich piano Concert Choir Jana Turner organ Patricia Pidcock flute Theory concert - Dr. Gates stu- dents Organ jury recital - students of James Lamberson Nikki Macy flute Beth VanDerMoere soprano - student of Elise Marshall Marlin Moman piano Sheila Kaye Albright- student of Adaline Schemel piano Temperment recital piano Gail Chamberlain soprano Special instruction recital - s u- dents of Elaine Norwood Special instruction recital - u- dents of Elaine Norwood Composers and Avant Garde con- cert Sheryl Giltner piano Brenda Maxwell piano 8 11 , 13 15 29 , 4 , 14 19 , 28 i 7 l2 , 13 , i 1 ,18 i 18 , 19 , 21 24 Faculty - James Lamberson 27 , 30 , 2 4 8 , 9 7 ll ' , 12 ' I3 25 , 26 , 29 , 30 i , 2 , 7 I 10 SI 13 RECITALS 73 MEN'S TENNIS Record: Won 6 Lost 3 Tied l Kelso Reid Mental Attitude Award - Kevin Filbey City Tourney - ICU 2nd, Jeff West 1i'2 Champ, Claeys-West ifl M051 Valuable Player - jeff West Doubles Most Improved Player - Dave Kitchell Conference - Tied 2nd with Valparaiso, Jeff West Champ for third Captains - Claeys and Kitchell consecutive year, Claeys-West Doubles Champs Co-winner of the Outstanding Conference Player Award - Jeff West DePauw Invitational - ICU 4th E . .aw ., x X , Y, .tg i Y ' v . ig . ,Sit ., 3 l"""lLx""QiiQg15 1 1 ,. ., P' in 'ldv'-'C Q . 5 -f1'f,S?Qfi2-m 5 ,. 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' f f,g. ,. , Slllllll . f -A 1 34 w swsesl , f 'df' tm ,ff-b . . 1 1 , bil,-.,',,.-1.of,,:'vrf: . qmiovffmzff- T 3. if N , N ' fs- 4 ' . . fi fii'5lE?fE11Q21:1',. : a2:,.Q1.:,l.f'::jf::'1f -A ,Q -4 fv2i2..1'E":3A -1:1,.Q'1':5'15 ' 5 -W""'6'?l-:kli V .lb -2-"":.Z, 4' The 'Hounds baseball team racked up a 20-12 season, won an ICC title, and made it to the playoffs. Curt Phil- lips was named MVP from a group of outstanding players. Scott Lockhart led the batters, hitting .340, and Ran- dy Tolley led the pitchers. Other mem- bers of the team were: Dave Steele, Dave Overman, Tom Potts, Dave Vleck, Scott Keeler, Rusty Goodpas- ter, Jim Wernke, Pat Ludwig, Tony Thacker, Darrell Reeves, Joe Gaylor, Mark Welch, Will Wienhorst, Pat Healy, Brian Ehrsam, Terry Stevens, Joe Peters, Tony Ortman, Graduate Assistant, Dave Wood and Coach Donald Hecklinski. ,-if, 7 gm- rv af V. ' , C ,, If ff 6 A Q n4 w "" 'H Xb fit 5 ',,g'Fj,.r:- ,1 5 f , ."' 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The women placed sec- ond in the Indiana Nonquali- fying Tourney, a tourney for small colleges. Although the team will lose several seniors, the places will be filled by ca- pable underclassmen. Top left: Jean Shilt waits for her pitch. Top right: Row 1 - Kathy Strahm, Julie Herdman, Deb Sweet, Cindy Sare, Annetta Thompson. Row 2 - Julie Hackman, Dena Slisher, Jean Shilt, Kathy Knoop. Row 3 - Coach Sue Villey, Tina Renihan, Lila Grant, Jane Fulton, Darlene Wendeln. Middle left: Dena Slisher catches the ball, backed up by Tina Renihan. Middle right: Darlene Wendeln reaches wide for a ball. Bottom: Cindy Sare hurls the ball to the plate. aqua'- .alzltnrgv -f 1 sit 1- .u---if 1 1 1. A -1 ,Ln -l 'ba gk. , .x H.. af!-4 . Kvln- ,X 1. . ' ' ' a rf.-W X 1 ., ,-X w 4, ffztwda-5 -J " Xf'fk'.- - " a Q X .' ... ., . , V '.-' :ws- -'J , 5 . . , fm ' .... s I 5155- ' Y" . ' - - fy. , 'U N 11. ,a In st S Q.. D-A ..-5 Top left: Dena Slisher hits and pre- -- pares to run. x r ,- Top right: Kathy Strahm crouches to catch the ball. Middle: Darlene Wendeln, Dena Slisher, and Cindy Sare work togeth- er. Bottom left: Kathy Knoop smacks the ball hard as Jane Fulton looks on. Bottom right: Jane Fulton scoops the ball up off the ground. X .',h-- , J , -A M .A 1 -. w . f in '- -...... , , . ,. ,. ,.. ,..f.,.,. .M .QU f ..,, ,, -. ,, . , ,,.. ,Q L, ..--,yi .V ,,. ' -en' -,af r?'P"c '-x,.' ,, ,,..' HA. , i:.:.'-p ,V .7 , ,. ' 'W' " .rf-Q5 , . t .. ,, ,,,..' h 'S-""i' -- ' .- in -:Q ,"f "V-K." " 58' -' " 'rah-Jw' -1- ' Ilvyf. , -,3 ' A .fn .f . . -,,. .ii 5 4,-V - 'ei ""' -'b5:'- . - ' k ' , -'l'ev'l iff.-aj'k5L'.'5ii, - ,, , .Y Nj-u, 'I Sw- .,, fy -F" " " ' ,-1. V f '-f' -x,-I f I. -'f .,'u.. ., 7?"U ' . " '-1: 'W' H .fp-. 4 ' f-6 P-". . -' -- - 'F '- :NO ' Wi, Q,.Jil"'f.'-fs-f'y .gl limi , .,,. was y -41:-. M J' .- 1 X. Q ', :,Y:',f1 A E., ,. f,f"'l'-Q -- qw - Fi' 'A ' '- N--f .wa -5, , if N 3 +y'Q,,.Q'V"f 'q,,,,sfv,if4-'s- . ' " 'Q 3 ... - j .Q-' , ' K-N 4g':g',,9,iv. gig. ---jg - 1 '.--"'P'f""'v':,'9' """"' f'-ff b , 5 4- .- ' '-, -. 024' it '- ...W ff as s Q' ,-499 ' -5 ,"' ',. IL-:'9".' , J rg, r . , , ,, ,. . .f Q .bh ,A -V-,ev:,.w :,,,,.4QF.: K A.. . , ,,f,'.,fA ' J- s ' 'f' ' ' .. H., -,-. ., . 4-va , .. .f . 'l 4 I 1 1 4., ,K . M" .f 12-,. WHIPPETS SOFTBALL 79 GOLF 12" VR ne,-4' '-5 Y rw .V if - U F i 2 'na -4 Fall Team: Row l - T.J. Weigand, Mike Starkey, Mike Row 2 - Dave Vlasic, Terry Howard, Harry Clore Steadman, Brian Bartley, Lyle Sadler, Coach Ken Par- Fleming, Brian Malson, Bill Steadman. tridge. Harry Clore The Spring Team record was 37-34. The record for Fall and Spring was 82-54, with one tie. Mike Starkey was the team cap- tain. This year the Kelso Reid Mental Attitude Award went to Brian Bartley. Dave Vlasic was the Low Medalist, shooting 72 at Ball State. Harry Clore, Dave Fleming, and Dave Vlasic quali- fied for the all conference team. Mike Starkey Dave Fleming LETTER WINNERS SENIORS Mike Starkey QFallJ Bill Steadman QSpringJ Q31 JUNIORS Dave Fleming fFallj SOPHOMORES Terry Howard fFallJ Dave Vlasic fFallJ FRESHMEN Brian Bartley fSpringJ QD Harry Clore CFalD Brian Malson fFallJ Brian Bartley r-DY' A WQMW !'d:1Q-49aw'.-. gl- A hz' ', ' Rn... 44 WHIPPET TRACK R' 'dt assi? 3 . .-f,.,.-IQQ., 4, -.g,,U,.p3,,g: i -, - 5 'Q A, "lf -L-J'hva.aJ-A1.a-...-.. .-.x 4, , Although the Whippets did not place first in any meets, they had a successful year. Maureen Gallagher and Carole Woods led the team which broke all but four existing records. The Whippets placed fourth of nine schools in a meet of Indiana's small colleges. Top left: Row 1 - Lori Blake, Vickie Chalifoux, Mary Peoni, Desi Morton, Carla Marsh. Row 2 - Leanna Stern, Rosie Marsh, Dixie Smith, Marilyn Moman, Row 3 - Deb Sachs, Karla Springer, Shar- on Rapp, Maureen Gallagher, Dr. Kay Flatten. Top right: Longjumper Desi Morton. Middle left: Rosie Marsh clears the high jump bar. Middle center: Maureen Gallagher spins with the discus. Middle right: Donna Whitehead runs a good race. Bottom left: Carole Woods hurdles with ease. Bottom right: Deb Sachs gives the shot put a hurl. WHIPPETS TRACK 81 U l-4 U The 1978 Track Team: Row l - Dennis Massie, Mark Hetrick, David Brainhard, Dave Clayton, Keith Puck- ett, Dave Gish, Mark Switzer, Ralph Reiff. Row 2 - Coach England, Roger Wright, Charlie Sparks, Mike Campbell, Erhard Bell, Herman Bueno, Bill Williams, Mark Reiff, Al- bert Hill, Coach Bless. Row 3 - Al Jackson, George Novak, Dave Cutshaw, Ke- vin Pearson, Marc Adams, Anthony Pernell, Mike Weaver, Tim Lanie, Dave Wollman, Dennis Young. Not pictured: Jon Lilly, and Steve McLean. 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A ww., ' til' -a X 1- uf MAJOR MEETS NCAA DIVISION II QUALIFIERS: WABASH RELAYS Ist Dave Wollman Shol Put 58'7 Records In: Shot Put Elbert Hill High Jump 61056 Discus Herman Bueno Steeplechase 9:I9.9 Steeplechasc Relay George Novak Shot Put 53'2 A Discus l65'4 Won: High Jump Dennis Young Discus l59'l Mile Relay Kevin Pearson High Jump Mike Weaver Javelin 207'l DePAUW INVITATIONAL 2nd Record In: Shot Put SCHOOL RECORDS BROKEN: Dave Wollman Sho! Put 58'7 1571551 INDIANA COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE 2nd George Novak Discus I65'4 Cl62'l lj Record In: Shot Put Mike Weaver Javelin 207'l U87'9J LITTLE STATE 2nd Dave Wollman placed third in the 1978 NCAA Division II Track 8: Record In: Shot Put Field National Toumament in the Shot Put competition, High Jump GUY'S TRACK 83 Q V 4 of availablejobs P f Q5-A 4 ' ai. Q rinsed f R ' .A" -n-QlL'E4 H! M .L . "fha gg JL Q ' ' Q . a'...t AL It f 1.:auun---M My N is 19--1 -fi I '5 .- , A , Ai :Hy ' 5 6 Wiig g. 1 ' f .4 F . 1 mf? ":- .Q . O A . . 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Q 3 N ,.- 74 W x i 1 8 88 BANDS BANDS The Symphonic Wind Ensemble and the Stage Band held their sec- ond concert of the year on Sunday, April 2, 1978. The Symphonic Wind Ensemble, directed by James Calvert, played selections ranging from STAR WARS MEDLEY, to an arrangement of Broadway hits, to the classics of Bach. James Edison directed the Stage Band in ROCKY, BODY AND SOUL, DIRTY OLD MAN, and other songs. QMembers of the bands are listed on page 51 .J CONCERT CHOIR The ICU Concert Choir kept a busy schedule throughout the year. They presented a Vesper service fsee page 541, and a spring concert on campus. The spring concert, on Sunday, April 9, consisted ofa list of beautiful songs, ranging from Bach to ICU's own Terry Woods. The choir also went on tour in Michigan and Canada during spring break. Mrs. Elise Marshall, conductor, really does a wonderful job with these tal- ented people. CONCERT CHOIR: Row 1 - Ann Shilling, Kathy Holmes, Brenda Maxwell, Cindy Clark. Row 2 - Kathy Richmond, Bar- bara McClain, Debbie Asher, Debbie Rich. Row 3 - Connie Bolser, Chris Cobb, Molly Brougher, Carol Koenig. Row 4 - Jane Sims, Bonnie Benson, Pam Kite. Julie Cain, Rhonda Merrill. Row 5 - Cathy Krouse, Libby Scoggins, Jennifer Atherton, Gay Scott, Cindy Peters. Row 6 - Don Snyder, Steve Petry, Sid Hall, Brian Brauchla. Row 7 - Larry Yarrell, Ken Norris, George Arndt, Dave Chaille. Row 8 -- Steve Miller, Greg Scott, Dale Jones, John Pea. Row 9 - Rick Soard, Terry Woods, Chris Miller. Row 10 - Ken Wells, Mark Montgomery, Brad Scott, Kevin Hook. CHOIR 89 STUDENTS DISPLAY WGRKS OF ART MAY 1-20 vICkl Ellis COMPUTER FACES Glenn Woods Stoneware '32 ,gg LS ' N . V A j ilil Mike Bruinsma I k D ' n rawmg HOMAGE TO THE MIDWESTERN FARMER 90 STU DENT ART .QV .i-A , ' Jami Melloan BU RT Watercolor pr. fr fy' X x David F. Noble Linocut PANDA ,-. Q MWA! " ff l 'b JF' A1 lx ,jaw -1- ,-.- -ffl. T 2 fl' 'QQ be W fl' ' A 7 f VI. Gary Barker Textile TUBU LAR TRIBULATION Larry Mikesell Birds Robin Deburger Screenprint A y ANN 'S 'wa:sfP.Bw'm- ' Q6 N '52, 60' X f X steve Guuiani Stoneware, silver 625.0 TRIBUTE TO ALICE FRIMAN Jim Kemp 0?0,,. -A of Stoneware sculpture 151 ffm Sail .sw 4 5 ,. V57 Y . ,--'ei STUDENT ART 91 L ey "v "' .717 .3 . ' ' F' . vw- , V.. - AJ -4.3 : nik , J no,- . ,Agnus-Y " . f V i . is 1 ,l A4 , 1 5 ? l l ,ai 44 aQ ' A . 1 il A Vickie Dettlof receiving her pin. Around 4:00 p.m., the Processional led by Presidential Aides, The CarldidaIeS for Degrees in Course en r LeAnne Briggs and Brian Brauchla, began. tered Nicoson Hall. l Vicky Newcomer - happy and proud. u JL' i 5 Ni' -nf' 1 ,i 'l -wr, - .' qi- . ell' ' 4 1 Seventy- . Third nnual Baccalaureate And ' e T? .ya ' Commencement W I i .- . Nurses received their pins at Baccalaureate, . that began at 11:00 a.m. Z5 .Jia It's picture time. The Recessional of the Graduates. , .., . .. .-g...........- , , . Y.,.....,...-.....- ... .. I l i .. 1 ,'-1.-. ' ,. 5 , 2332! X IK . 1 , ,' FLY? .'Hf'Q if WI 'fr- if A Q H - Y Aff-"xx 4 4 4 ' H 3 ' 'fs I -f ,Q . - "-,n,o- ' r . ' .AN " I - 'I , TN, S . 'N' I! " 'Y , in r .Y 5,1 " 1 - . If . . A , YW' J N Lv' f XS- we ll Alpha lah! QDIIIBQEI NAL SERVICE FRATERNITY ALPHA PSI OMEGA - drama fraternity: front - Derek Weber, Mary Margaret Willbanks. kneeling - Debra Overbey. row l - Melly Soo Armstrong, Brian Cummings, Karen Ream, Gary Marx, Carol Hill, Joey Mitchell, Diana Hill, Brenda Maxwell. back - Professor Jim Ream, Dr. Richard Williams, George Arndt III. - 3 GY Lf' 7:2 l xx 1' if g 64 1-at 4 3 ,L ,H ' 1 T312 Z D 495 , NX.: -fn J I N,-. Xi . ' I 2. fl!" Qs vw' 2- , f-, "-'N 'X -ff' 9' - 'ag' itat I if ,', D-4. W v iqyiil :qv V Y., l , YZ -2- 1 ,314 Q. 'V , .Ji ' 1 ': ff I ASTRONOMY CLUB: Mike Seaney, Brad Coats, Dale Dickson, - Bobbi Loyd, Carol Wintin, Deb Hunter, Robin Coats, Brenda John Ruthroff, Dr. William Gommel Bishop, Leanne Briggs, Celeste Rowe. row 3 -- John Peters, Kevin , , Cross, Mark Adams, L. Mark Bailey, Dave Willoughby, Bruce CENTRAL COUNCIL: row l - Mike Watkins, Dale Dickson, McDowell, Jon Maxwell, Ralph Rciff- Seth Rossman, Kim Sass, Sid Hall, Charlie Hoover, Ben Coats. row 2 ORGANIZATIONS 97 . ' Q-f-'f'S2ff1.f1v' f-1 H ' is T+ff?5-"i'?A1if 6255" .fi 1' Q.3gfr',?rf1 H.,-, V.: 1-,iw r 'Jn ,I' ,i',i,,, ,'i5L"'1 111' '- ' . 1 :'!1',-.rs1,,'- 1, 5. 4 , ,Q 7,-1.-EW . ss ORGANIZATICNS.. , J 1 ' , x . . i Jr, , J " Y .- C CLUB - lettermen: Jim Slavens, Marty John- CHEERLEADERS: row l - Pat Poland, Julie Howe, Brian Bart- son, Don Beeman, Terry Howard, Erhard Bell, Her- ley. row 2 - Mike Campbell, Lu Ann Hendricks, Lisa O'Neal, man,Bueno, Mark Haltom, Rick Wimmer. Stephanie Reynolds, Farley Shaffer. top - Becky Lamb. CHEERLEADERS I ' i , 1 A -, 7 E9 35+ 43, X i GD 5-J I x 4553: 'Q 1. r 1,7 L' 'lfffff Q6 6 -5 it E41 X xxx in .b, i ul- .fjig 75:-1 :ii T '. .f ,fx-,,.. -f.-.,:,,. ,s -- .ggp-11 0-:fn 5 pgs: . f "'f,,E.' .,:,l 13:1 fri if gf'q.'?.??7122::f?5!Z"" if, 1" ..-1-f--BEN 'f"1-k--:+C .'J'4"L' gi,3,?.ltQ,,f.:f-,4f' C,-'lv -14 , If lvrrjese-A, f, ,, - 4 f api Zigi 1 T51 ef. f'-zf,,,f. - 4-1 A' fi' ,ORGANIZATIONS fx--A . Y, . ., ,..g..,,,..-J-, 'sP'11f5- 1- af-M-112, A f-,a -www V 2551: '3f.,f,LI.L-gl,f' V1 DEPUTATION TEAMS 4 ' if AGAPE - in front: Amy Thomas and Lori Penrod, back trio: ESCAPEES - wrestling aids: row 1 - Maria Canter, Paula Becky Taylor, Carolyn Casey and Deb Dicken. REBIRTH - in Burke, Kathy Wright, Maureen Neddo, Lisa O'Neal. row 2 - front: Greg Scott, next two: Brian Brauchla and Rod Wimmer, Gloria Cutshaw, Louise Farmer, Nancy Stafford, Teresa Swanson highest: Bill Bruce, Rick Jay, and Rick Wimmer. Becky Lamb. A l l l l l I 1 i --W - - - -- --- l HUMANICS CLUB: row l - Karen Ancil, Laura Hamilton, Me- Gene Star, John Ruthroff, Kip Kistler. 5 lissa Allen, Renita Young, Dave Bratain, Candy Jaggard, Paula 1 Burke, Marti Elshoff, Kara Stohry, Debbie Miller, Janet Coers, JAY l- service organization: row l - Tanda Livergood, Melissa l Andrea Beckett. row 2 - Debbie Penrod, Cathy Burton, Cathy Allen, Marjorie Qualla, Marti Elshoff, Patti Sharkey, Nina Kistler. Gould, Frank Langhan, Steve Breidenich, David Miller, David Lo- row 2 - Donna Smith, Dawn Vehmeier, Donna Luedtke, Donna i fland, Delbert Brinson, Janice Black, Kevin Ryan. row 3 - Brad Whitehead, Donna Stoepler, Wendy Heck. Buck, Steve Reimold, Nancy Dinkledine, Doug Weber, Tom Smart, Paul Hamilton. l l i l l l l l R l l l l i l 1 l l 5 ORGANIZATIONS 101 we s A 4......-U.. 'Av 3' i ,A-3 ...U , MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE: row l Cin- dy Clark, Cathy Krouse, Greg Scott, Jane Turncr, Jcnifcr Atherton, Brian Brauchla. row 2 H Wendy Mattson, Corinnc Graham, Don Snyder, Barb McClain, Stcvc Pctry, .lcannc Fitzgerald. row 3 -- Mr. Jamcs Lambcrson, Pat Ewig, Dalc Joncs, Chris Cobb, .lohn Blessing, John Slobaugh, Vonda Robison, Duanc Davis, Shcryl Gillncr. , 3 .TL .-,f ' if .. SS: 0' ,,4'5"5 5 5: 51: b -,, :f -- 3 1 PHI BETA LAMBDA - business club: row I - Mike Atkinson, PSYCHOLOGY CLUB: reclining - Professor Wiehe. row l - Frank Spall, Louise Farmer, Ellen Stanton, Gloria Cutshaw, Brenda Dennis Outcalt, Glenn Howell, Kim Sass, Kevin Filby, Mim Smith, Toliver, Julie Hines, Teresa Camp. row 2 - Lonnie Turner, Carol Cathy McCarty, Dave Llewellyn. row 2 - Byron Felkner, Terry Black, Denise Martin, Janice Nichols, Marla Wallace, Diane Tor- Lane, Mark Thayer, Steve Breidenich. welle, Beth Jordon, Kris Stull. row 3 W Larry LePage, Gary Fisher, Dr. Howard, Carl Boss, Greg Krider, Mark St. Clair, John Fetherolf, Mr. Doug Dorland, Earl Hasse. ORGANIZATIONS 103 X X t'x 3' Q S n ,C . ' t kk n . N 5 ' . 5 pfg it Q.M -5-9 c ' 1 S A1 Q 'lb v xy. v -fi., PRESIDENTIAL AIDS: row l - Leanne Briggs, Peggy Brodie, Mary Jane Butts, Cathy McCarty, Julia Holloway, Donna Reuter. row 2 - David Kilmer, Brian Brauchla, Glenn Howell, President Gene Seasc, Mark Weigand, Ralph Reiff, Jeff West. 'f llCANIZATl0NS 'GP' i., T-gm.-,-,,4 A St. Elf . Q M ' fxj"' "'x- '- A .s, ..,,..,ssxf -. Q- , 1 ' ':' ' i.s,' :Q,,.g--'H wa, s-I-Xu . ,..,..-.- ---, ...Wat .-.fs f-- X , As the university grows, the list of organizations lengthens. This year, four new groups appeared on cam- pus. The Presidential Aids were selected to be President Sease's personal ambassadors. They serve as campus guides and hosts for High School Day, Parents' Day, and other special events. Sigma Tau Delta fp. 1061 is the new English Club. The club plans literary outings for English majors and mi- nors, and others interested in the literary arts. Outstand- ing members are elected to the national English honor- ary. The Psychology Club fp. 1031 and the Sociology Club fp. 1071 plan activities for the students in the behavioral sciences. Both groups are new to ICU. The new clubs give the growing student population the opportunity to get involved. We salute those people who took the time and energy to create these new organiza- tions. v V . .., Rl1l"I,liCTOR student ncwspapcr: front Doug Weber, row I lohn Ruthroff, .lulic Scharlenberger, Scth Rossman, Becky Blair, Mike Bruinsma, I.isa Monday. row 2 Robin Coats, Dave I.indaur. row 3 Karla Springer, .lohn Felherolf, Cheryl Pavy, Deb Martin. S.A.M. fr? ll 7.3 ,I --' ix .hifi 'r ' " ll H i, N llhifgfy 1 an ' it g5'lfi'.x ffl lllll't-llllllllelf 57-if xll'llxll'l'l M 4'5" mrewillm 9, ,,,.1l I - - 'Niiul .rlf',l :4 771 1 C 5 is l Q',Q 1 , L .X : Q xr: 5 x- 5 ........-. s 2 N 4" sb -ul xx Q ', 'Q-,A 'nyg Q : XX-ii - If 7 I SOCIETY FOR TIIE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT row I Deb Workman, Deb Polen, Ellen Stanton, Cathy Schaad Denise Martin. row 2 Tom Clymer, Bob Showalter, Tonda l.ivcr- good, Donna Reinhold, Frank Spall, Carl Boss, Professor Doug Dor- land. l , .X .xx l f gil l . .. ta ,E .. . ' ici' ' V 4 v ' .' ' p 1 if 'Y . A ORGANIZATIONS 105 X-. , -Eat . -. I, , 'Ar,.s.,fc5'iI-'f' f' "I ,r , fee' f ' ,ff f. ... 1. L .5. 9 5 I 1 i SIGMA TAU DELTA - English club: row l - Dr. SIGMA ZETA - science club: row l - Deb Shay. row 2 - Dr. Peterson, Dr. Templin, Dr. Noble. row 2 - Ralph Brooker, Dr. Gommel, Dr. Chiu. row 3 - Mark Stanifer, Don Purkhiser, Judy Block, Deb Jameson, Mary Jane Beeman, Jean Sachs. row 4 - Kevin Cross, Tom Richardson, Dave Butts, Nancy Moore, Sue Smart. Crisp. SIGMA ZETA E 1. 106 oRGANizArroiSrs J.'Yi'. A STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: row I - Dennis Rob- SOCIOLOGY CLUB: Richard Van Rheeden, Dr. erts, Jeff Wallace, Steve Osburn, Pat Ludwig, Roger Greenawalt, Lin, Mr. Hendricks, Lisa Frenzel, Cherie Watkins, Cathy Trowbridge, Jackie Whitney, Connie Wendall, Sharon Rapp. Pam Wager. 25.4 L Q - ORGANIZATIONS 107 QW ,mama l YOUNG REPUBLICANS: Row l - Tim Walls, Kevin Filby, Debbie Barrick, Anne Peters, Bob Showalter, Judy Block, Gary Fisher. Row 2 - Dan Sease, Chuck Peckham, Greg Hauswald, Carl Boss, John Fetherolf, Fred Mindach, Wendell Heckman, Jon Maxwell, Ralph Purkhiser. WICR - ICU radio: Front - Jim Davidsen. Row 1 - Kathy Waddle, Brian Cummings, Gary Marks, Carol Hill, Seth Rossman, Mary Margaret Willbanks, LaDonna Riddle, Steve Schwab, Dave Cutshaw. Row 2 - Jim Ream, Derek Weber, Tom Hill. I I! I r ' ' ' 1 'J - ' ' . 'Y , K -.QU . iff ' 1 I , f Q , . f fi X t xx I m. los ORGANIZATJONS WZ ji A Nm H lx PHI ALPHA EPSILON - Fresh- man honor society: These sophomores completed thirty or more hours during their freshman year, and maintained an index of 10.00 or better. They were then elected to the society by the faculty. Row l - Cynthia Fisher, Lovella Brown, Ellen Stanton, Shelby Kinnick, Sandra Vardaman. Row EPSILON SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON SIGMA ALPHA - Senior honor society: Candidates for degrees during the current academic year, or who have completed all course requirements, and have an index of atleast 10.00 with a minimum of 100 semester hours, 85 of which have been completed at ICU, are eligible to election by the faculty to the society. The ORACLE regrets that no picture was available. 2 - Diane Torwelle, Barbara Vormohr, Frank Spall, Brad Coats, Connie Wendel. Row 3 -- Derek Weber, Richard VanRheeden, Tom Rich- ardson. Not pictured - Erhard Bell, Betty Feem- ster, Dawn Gaston, Virginia Gin, Matthew Hook, Annmarie Huber, Cathy McCarty, Tom Spencer, Cynthia Welch. Those elected to EPSILON SIGMA ALPHA were: Don Beeman, Elissa Bryant, Mary Jane Butts, Janet Chandler, Kevin Cross, Eliza- beth Eisenbarth, Jane Fulton, Marcia Gibson, Roger Greenawalt, Bruce Jennings, Frank Langan, Elizabeth Leonard, John Peters, Dina Philips, Barbara Potter, Anna Ray, Mary Reger, Dennis Rob- erts, Jean Sachs, James Scott, Sherilee Selby, Rick Stahlhut, Elaine Stowell, Terri Stump, Cheryl Sunman, Brenda Toliver, Steve Turner, Paul Vernon, Darlene Wendeln. ORGANIZATIONS l09 Greg Hernandez gives Diane Dris- col a little help at an ICU skating party. ll0 PEOPLE PEOPLE PICS 'lb-Q M..-Sw gf Kevin Cross works with Beth Stirsman in the lab. Kim Englebright carves the Thanksgiving turkey. Steve Turner and Carol Black keep warm. I----in Robin Polk sweeps a polka dancer off her feet during International Week, featuring Germany. Isn,t it good to know you've got a friend? X x Deb Cherry rests her head on Rick Stahlhut's shoulder. Friends huh Caroline Fisher through the Show. me I :isles ee t Fl! l ii' l ? iifvfii " 'XM' Elfffif t at P .Il"!E'lif- fi N Filffiiiili Fl l 1 E117ifg,...Q,g1... im I 49 Shelby Kinnick and Barb Pennington share a licorice string at the spring fling. Shane Harrington and Co. inspect after the fire in two rooms of Dailey Hall. Ben Coats receives the D.E. Gommel Award for mathematics from Dr. William Gommel. PEOPLE ll I Dr. Sease Qlike the rest of ICUJ - 5 l 12 PEOPLE ...ll SACRED AND SILLY 6 l Sister Jeanne Knoerle, Baccalaureate speaker Q o""" Gene Star performs for the Humanics Club. l' A 1717-' . , . Dr. Borden, Robin Polk, Tim Lanie and Mark Welch learn to polka. Prayer during the nurses capping ceremony. Ron Barrick and Nancy Shertzer enjoy a meal after members of the Chapel group sang for their suppers at a local church. lv. S x .V Jk: I .f E - wx! L."-tif xgfivzf I ' . 1 if ' . -fag' H, q - 1 nd - U as use ' ' . Ill ' Q V. -Y"?:y:':"'t . ' , .x -----"" 'w Ili? mr nu .iv B.-N ,pu- Q , an I wh, 1 Kara Stohry - being imaginative. Jerry Rairdon, Mike Seaney and John Wimmer receive Religion Awards. :swf ' , ' -sw ' . gl. Dennis Massie - Religious Activities Benefit Show. These folks are preparing for an all-nighter - of dancing. PEOPLE 113 nd .dm The Lollipop Gang rides again for the Spring Fling. reef.-fl From ICU to the Follies. l-lumamcs Club members try to get out of a real tangle Invaders swarm across the horseshoe. ll4 PEOPLE CENTRAL Micuinm, gt L-. -- gf-sv A fini, E- . l Senator Lugar returned to ICU for High School Lugar Day. Another exciting nursing lecture. Students "enjoy" 3 upicnicn in Schwitlef COUCOUTSC- Rick Marshall really gives the ladies a swing. Rick Marshall and Mark Campbell display their boo- ty after a raid. PEOPLE ll5 1-5 is-:ig pf: 332,-f 5 .ld 5 " "'77 g, '11w'h.," - . ' f ,l1f.a3: Vg' 23'-4, ' , ' ff . J' 1,1 'T-i' 1 1,., ' I5 -' A 3. Fr. -r 'Y A .A ,E ,z-" , - - " ' i. Nf- f' n" 1,22--r ., v 1 ' 1 'H , -N ,Q LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU E kink yu x gg-...agony W Xg,,?fg,if VPN-'X 5 I 1 ,:x M My 2 ? sv . 1 if , ,., . KX Thwx: A "wt 1' . c Qi' :I 1 ,-1 .w , . X , W. . fi Q' :aff-ee X I r Ay X Skating parties at USA are entertaining. Mr. Calvert directs the band at ball games. 1 :,1-"L-"Ei"-:iiT -i Q 7 H 7 l fl"TX Dan Bemanderfer "entertains" himself with the computer. Steve Sark shows what he is made PEOPLE I 17 118 PEOPLE PICS if 'rlrrj f .-1' Obviously a big turnout for the Fall canoe trip. , , X 'X -- N - lac ""' i 4 I :Q ----- ffw 0 .zf'.- .1.:."' 1Q:'. --1 ' 24 7,5 ,fjw 4 , Q 'E' 5 vr.f. . ..": 1 - if -V-L5 V jf -ll! ,I I 1 M l I-.-. I 3 -,.. x -- 4 - f- - g-A' " Intramural team, Cool 8: the Gang: Charlie Hardebeck, Bill Schneider, Mike Reel, Bob i Friendly cheerleaders show their enthusiasm for Todd, Lyle Sadler. ' ICU. - V' - , ' au.. , . ,t- vi - ' Y kr-5 . ,. g - --. Greg Hauswald, Laura Bailey, Jan Blaising, Diana Rivers Climbing a sand dune is part of Field Studies in Earth Sciences ""Es- Mon Ferrell presides at a New Dorm meeting. Carmen Hurley - showing his teeth. PEOPLE PICS 119 X 5 l I l l l l 1 ,df , -me Q - T--r 'Gag 94 ' W fszx N "t"'f"'-'?lf.'T5'i-xx - ,A . , -if!-"Ht . 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" wd "' - , 57. y Intramural team, The Force: Row 1 - Willie Randolph, Rod Wimmer, Brian YW' N Ersham, Steve Schwab. Row 2 - Phil Payne, Mike Donovan, Tom Spencer, :fi V , , Kevin Moore, Dean Schmollinger. ' 'W "M P- - v o' Q D 1' If EFL l 4 5' ,,,,-,. x A . ...-I' Gigi-x A, 1 - A -bm J , ' --Jai, ' D i. -L ,,. ,-. . . - he-1. - 'W i ,a.'5I3"""'..M-4-f':e1vffffL-f' X ' - I --Q-ef A . ,Z353--3-,um-.var-w'fjjwz X . ,,. nn nl '.- :guy 6 Q v . nl' --.. ,lq I S J SPORTS 8 PEOPLE 121 122 MISC. PW' up Opening convocation - Fall 1977 fr 'V dw Eg S nl 5 l V 7 Kathleen Hamill - Miss ICU .P A K m"?'xff Q "f'.,.'nr-- x P- 3,-Q". Q h,.,,.- ,MN 3' .5 Q.. f'1A',s3'1 --YS -f-?' vf2f+ 'ff1T7'f7.r 8??'5-Elie l 'fQ4v!f"1,'x li-.-'VTR lr55r,s-2-MIA 'Q A 'i3'kR u2h:.'n..fw' z..x.4fsZ4i'f?Fafw1fk ue'-"'x3's' ,.,-. al 19 z:2's+ gygl ..!' X I A ul? 5 Q' dll! Qi .gllw f l Xl X U' I G 20:11 ,ff f ,N lu' I Q E7 3 Y ff 535 7 fb Qywsfs fxmyj 2 6 1 4, X lfll 'NN ffl 'XF , - Wie! f , 1 I ' A 3 Q -5 Nl x 'LTX3 rig M J Milf f M ISC j MQW! ifiigqffg -b-- A' H JC'fJ . Y ,, .,. - N 'Enema h S V ak 57 35- rr' U gg :" 's "-'fv. f ""'.' .:'f '1" ' x 5 .1,V' 3 X xx XY : A'.- L"f' f 'L4 Q L 'A L f - qJ ' ' 1 XV" - "- . :, ffi :" W ' 'A'Q ' ' ':', Q M fQ!.Q " q' 1:32259 Q' ga Q O 5 I 23 -. I I" N.-. x .,,-0'-QQ, x Q' 1351- N 9' f. o ,xN'N1-g4i4:-.f - -.f . .. . 1 V1 e RP' ir Ni -'ZF J x N .Q - 3+-. 'R 1 12 'Q Q 1a 1 l26 ART Vicky Ellis Jennifer Gray Laura Sanchez Elaine Stowell magna cum laude Not pictured: Charles Gareri Steve Guiliani 415 1 ,P ' ,,56,x. Inf: lf' I ,. in 11 V -. , S , f . ,, - Mr. Gerald Boyce .xl - Mr. Dee Schaad l - Mr. Earl Snellenberger BEHAVIGRAL SCIENCES HUMAN RELATIONS PSYCHOLGGY Mr. Richard Lentz Paula Burke Elbert Hill Frank Langan cum laude Admiral Lord Deb Penrod Kara Stohry Renita Young Doug Weber Not Pictured: Cathy Burton Dave Lofland Kevin Filbey Glenn Howell Michele Patterson Gene Star Kevin Filbey Marcia Gibson Glenn Howell Terry Lane Not Pictured: Ken Stancombe Mark Thayer on campus during the blizzard BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 127 LAW ENFORCEMENT SOCIOLOGY PARALEGAL Not pictured: Richard Loy - YQ Y l Mark Thayer Barbara Jager Mike Wallace Seth Rossman Mr. George Lake - fy Dr. Phylis Lan Lin and Bob Bogardus l"8 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES Dr. Steve Maple Mr. Marvin Hemicks X d 'bdfa Dr. Paul Alexander ll 'QQ ' -.a 1 Dr. Robert Kent Mark Adams Don Beeman cum laude Rick Bohnke Terri Coats Lynn Heffernan Julia Holloway Bruce Jennings cum laude Greg Kauffman Dan Leary John Peters cum laude Ken Stancombe Not pictured: Jerry Cepican Mike Chapman Joe Kipfer Joni Metcalf-Kemp Curtis Phillips Dr. Eliseo Delfin BIOLOGY 129 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS FACULTY li? Dr. Wayne Howard Dr. Esen Gurtunca 130 BUSINESS FACULTY Mr. Doug Dorland 2 Mr. Paul Lucas Dr. George Humbarger Mr. Robert Taylor Mrs. Alberta Miller Bill Brewer Teresa Camp Gerald Cox Earl Haase El BUSINESS EDUCATION Dennis Rippy Dennis Roberts cum laude Steve Sturm Mark Weigand Steve Helton John Horr Bruce Kercheval Greg Krider Tim Lanie Pete McAllister Chuck Peckham Mike Starkey Mark St. Clair Ned VanEmon Not Pictured: Brenda Toliver magna cum laude Yvonna Taylor Tom Wagner Robert Davis Steve Hodgson Terri Kleine Dave Overman Donna Reuter ACCOUNTING 131 Tom Largus Larry LePage Don Pitman Peggy Price cum laude Bill Rogers Terri Shepard cum laude Rick Taylor .I im Thomas Marla Wallace Tim Wonnell Not pictured: Steve Kahl Dave Kilmer Jerry Throgmartin Dave Vleck BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Mike Atkinson Mike Browning Allen Dunlap Polly Fox Karen Gilson Randy Graves Doug Jones Jerry Kuhn 'Qu 42.5 db- NI!- S",-S Jinx OWN COMPUTER ECQNQMIQS TECHNOLGGY Mike Atkinson Chuck Peckham Mike Browning 132 BUSINESS Teresa Camp Gerald Cox Polly Fox Bruce Kercheval Tom Largus Ron Lyon Peggy Price Terri Shepard Bill Steadman Yvonna Taylor Brenda Toliver Ned VanEmon Dave Vleck Marla Wallace Tim Wonnell BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Tom Clymer Bill Steadman BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATE DEGREE SECRETARIAL SCIENCE EARTH SCIENCE Dr. William Gommel Karl Harker Not pictured Mark Gray Greg Kauffman LEGAL Lisa Ellis Gregg Foxx Debbie Polen Donna Reinbold Donita Scheidt Not pictured: Mark Conway Donna Cox Sandy DeZearn Janet Ellis Donna Grimes Jerry Lancaster Tonda Livergood J' R lm oss Kathryn Schaad Carol Burger Cindy Craig Marci Smith Elva Taulbee Diane Torwelle Not Pictured: Sheree DeWester Ellen Stanton SECRETARY Susan Nelms EARTH SCIENCE 133 134 CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY Dr. Robert Brooker Pat Ludwin Sue Patterson J S h can ac s magna cum laude Not pictured: Don Beeman Kevin Cross Dave Willoughby Kevin Cross cum laude with distinction Bruce McDowell cum laude Dave Willoughby Dr. Ken Borden PRE-DENT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY PRE-MED Elissa Bryant magna cum laude Karl Beer magna cum laude Rick Stahlhut magna cum laude MATHEMATICS PHYSICS Ben Coats Dave Reid magna cum laude Not pictured: Robin Polk Q? Dr. Edward Vondrak Mr, Nuel Wooden PRE-ENGINEERING Jim Sumwalt Not pictured: Steve Sark Dale Dickson Roger Greenawalt cum laude Mike Hawkins Jett Kirkman Steve Osburn Robin Polk Not Pictured: Ben Coats Mark Haltom Karl Harker Dave Reid Rick Stahlhut .1 Mr. Ken Sldebottom MATH 8: PHYSICS 135 z , '. . X 4 If L - if 3 .rf '- I 4 Dave Beal Janet Chandler cum laude Kathie Duggan Bill Williams Not pictured: Jack Fix Anna Ray cum laude Randy Roller Steve Turner HI TORY l Mr. Roland Nelson f " f Dr. Fred Hill Dr. Richard Clutter Dr. James Riggs Mark Bailey Dave Cutshaw Wendell Heckman magna cum laude Steve Turner magna cum laude Terri Stump cum laude Not pictured: Bill Williams 136 HISTORY POLITICAL SCIENCE LEGAL ASSISTANTS RELIGION Kristi Pawlisch Not pictured Mark Bailey SPEECH AND THEATRE Ron Barrick Mike Gasper Mike Seaney magna cum laude Mr. Jim Ream in MACBETH Dr. Richard Williams Mr. John Swank RELIGION l37 Mary Jane Butts magna cum laude Kevin Hook Deb Jameson-Martin Joni Metcalf-Kemp ENGLI H Dr. Charlotte Templin and Dr. Erling Peterson Mr. David Noble cum laude Jim Scott cum laude Not pictured: Randy Caster wir y '- " Dave Cutshaw A :Kgs V Marcia Gibson " ' T -53: ' cum laude Michele Patterson -.. r ,Q I y ' A ,, ..A..i1..-, el f Dr. Marshall Gregory Alice F,-iman 138 ENGLISH FOREIGN LANGUAGES FRENCH SPANISH ,,,,, I Ms. Michelle Stoneburner Regina Spieker Paul Harper -113, ' , 'Ps ,.. , H Mr. Orman Moulton Dr. Marga Meier FOREIGN LANGUAGES 139 14 MUSIC FACULTY 1 Mr. David Searles Mr. James Lamberson . 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Mr. William Eltzroth Dr. John Gates N XXX X , .x x yy X . 0 MUSIC FACULTY Mrs. Elise Marshall Elaine Norwood MUSIC GRADUATES John Blessing Bill Bruce Jeanne Fitzgerald Not pictured: Teresa Allen Terri Graham Rick Jay Nikki Macy Barbara McClain Fred Mindach Pat Mosley cum laude Steve Petry Patty Pidcock Vonda Robison Gregg Scott Don Snyder John Stobaugh MUSIC GRADS 141 142 FOUR-YEAR NURSES NURSING BACHELOR DEGREE Doris Arnett Melissa Bailey Holly Berry magna cum laude Tina Bowers Kathryn Bray Leslie Britton cum laude Jackie Busald Gail Carlson Joyce Crabtree Noreen Feller Susie Gossett Pam Hardacre Not pictured: Bertha Gunyon Barb Herbster Linda Krout Mary Matthews Ruth Muckway Nancy Resler Marion Rumsey Louise Snyder Cindy Wasson NURSING - ASSOCIATE DEGREE Teresa Adams Darla Anderson Sondra Badger Deanne Barry Elizabeth Bast Diane Beard Jane Bentz Karen Bolton Cynthia Brewer Susan Brodie Amy Brower Lovella Brown Carla Byrum Jane Callahan Nyla Carpenter Not pictured: Susan Buck Deborah Christy Leesa Clem Cindy Crim Nancy Davis Vickie Dettlof Robin Drumm Regina Dugan Janis Dwyer Karen Eder Joe Evans TWO-YEAR NURSES 143 Sheri Fisher Patricia Floreck Susan Fowler Cynthia Gard Sally Gardner Susan Gent Kathleen Gilmore Virginia Gin Tonya Gosnell Linda Gradeless Darlene Graves Kristine Gron Donna Haas Wendy Heck Mary Herndon Sandra Horan Mary Huser Sally Johnson Julie Kingseed Shelby Kinnick Kim Kiser Deborah Lessig Liza Lough Janet Martin Debbie Morris Anita Murray Anne Myers Gwendolyn Nagle Vera Nance Karen Norris 144 TWO-YEAR NURSES Vicki Owen Yvonne Penner Bonnie Peralta Sherrie Perkins .lill Persinger Rebecca Phelps Leisa Prasser Debra Roger Laura Sims Leslie Sims Not pictured: Karen Schleiff Carol Smith Judy Smith Susan Spicer Connie Stapleton Karen Statzer Denise Steele Donna Stoepler Brigida Stygar Vicky Swank Kathryn Tichenor Janet Turner Barbara Vormohr Penny Weida Teresa Wheeler Janell Whitehead TWO-YEAR NURSES 145 Jeanne Schell frrjxi N I - 1 Monica Benac l Carolyn Blackwell gi 5. 1' Ll Mary Churchill Martha Ann Driscol Carolyn Wegner Mary Louise Kolp Pat Kuhs LeAlice Briggs HEALTH TECHNOLOGY QE Nancy Stafford Nancy Walker Karen Calvert Maria Canter Shree Hite Linda Patrick HEALTH TECH 147 148 ELEMENTARY ED Cindy Andry Marla Bradfield Mary Brown Pam Brown Dave Cline Nila Fishero Deena Imel Jennifer Koch Sarah Kottlowski cum laude Maureen Neddo Vicky Newcomer Tina Renihan Rod Stucky Gerri Torwelle Cathy Trowbridge cum laude Karol VanEmon ELEMENTARY EDUCATION as li all Ax, 1 3- 120 561' fr- 5 17" Carole Wintin Not pictured: Nancy Beyer cum laude Deb Phillips SECONDARY EDUCATION ART: Vicki Ellis, Charles Gareri, Jennifer Gray, Elaine Stowell BIOLOGY: Mike Chapman, Lynn Heffernan, Bruce Jennings BUSINESS: Bob Davis, Steve Hodgson, Terri Kleine, Dave Overman, Donna Reuter, Dennis Rippy, Dennis Roberts, Steve Sturm, Mark Weigand CHEMISTRY: Pat Ludwig, Sue Patterson ENGLISH: Mary Jane Butts, Kevin Hook, Deb Jameson-Martin MATH: Dale Dickson, Roger Greenawalt, Jett Kirkrnan, Steve Osburn MUSIC: Teresa Allen, John Blessing, Bill Bruce, Jeanne Fitzgerald, Teresa Graham, Barbara McClain, Pat Mosley, Steve Petry, Patti Pidcock, Vonda Robison, Gregg Scott, Don Snyder, John Stobaugh PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Mitch Ankenbauer, Loretta Arney, Jim Erwin, Jane Fulton, Joe Gaylor, Tom Geffert, Gary Lester, Mark Reiff, Deb Sachs, Dave Sawrie, Mike Weaver, Darlene Wendeln, Rick Wimmer, Dave Wintin SOCIAL STUDIESX HISTORY: Dave Beal, Janet Chandler, Kathie Duggan, Anna Ray, Randy Roller SCIENCE: Mark Gray SPANISH: Paul Harper i X if rv- , 5 Z .f QW Dr. James Jones X Dr. Norman Willey i A A J' ' ' ' , ,J K r rf- J 5 . Not Pictured: MIT: f fffflll Mrs. Martha Morris Mrs. Betty Collins Dr. Nancy O'Dell I I - ""-- .I i 5 I .. . v , fi W if i f x 'if - - Dr. Pat Cook Mrs. Louise Moulton Dr. William Bishop Mitch Ankenbauer Loretta Arney Jane Fulton magna cum laude Joe Gaylor Tom Geffert Gary Lester Mark Reiff Deb Sachs Mike Weaver Darlene Wendeln cum laude Rick Wimmer Dave Wintin Not pictured: Jerry Cepican Jim Erwin Dave Sawrie Tom Zupancic PHYSICAL EDUCATION WVU 'C-ix 'N Mr. Gerald England 1-GF . as-w ls 'Z ,VQA 4 s Q ,,,-dvi, r 3 'W' 'A xj. N- .it EQ' ' 150 Mr. William Bless 6:5 - Dr. Kay Flatten 'flu' E .. . nfwskuf' Suzanne Willey Q 1 Mr. William Bright Mr. Terry Wetherald Mark Adams 97, 129 Teresa Adams 38, 143 Teresa Allen Cynthia Andry 148 Mitch Ankenbauer 150 Doris Arnett 38, 47, 142 Loretta Arney 26, 43, 150 Mike Atkinson 40, 103, 132 Sondra Badger 143 Mark Bailey 34, 97, 136 Melissa Bailey 142 Ron Barrick 112, 137 Deanne Barry 143 Elizabeth Bast 143 Dave Beal 39, 136 Diane Beard 42, 143 Don Beeman 98, 106, 129 Karl Beer 134 Jane Bentz 44, 143 Holly Berry 142 Nancy Beyer John Blessing 141 Karen Bolton 143 Rick Bohnke 129 Tina Bowers 45, 142 Marla Bradlield 148 Kathy Bray 142 Cindy Brewer 143 Bill Brewer 28, 131 Leslie Britton 142 Susan Brodie 143 Amy Brower 143 Lovella Brown 143 Mary Brown 148 Pam Brown 148 Mike Browning 132 Bill Bruce 51, 100, 141 Elissa Bryant 134 Susan Buck Carol Burger 38, 133 Paula Burke 100, 101, 127 Cathy Burton 101 Jacquelyn Buswald 142 Mary Jane Butts 25, 42, 104, 138 Carla Byrum 143 Jane Callahan 143 Karen Calvert 147 Teresa Camp 42, 103, 131 Maria Canter 100, 147 Gail Carlson 142 Nyla Carpenter 143 Randy Caster Jerry Cepican 36 Janet Chandler 136 Mike Chapman Deborah Christy 143 Leesa Clem 143 Dave Cline 148 Tom Clymer 105, 132 Ben Coats 34, 97, 135 Terri Coats 129 Mark Conway Donna Cox Jerry Cox 131 Joyce Crabtree 142 Cindy Craig 44, 133 Cynthia Crim 45, 143 Kevin Cross 10, 41, 97, 106, 134 Dave Cutshaw 108, 136 Bob Davis 131 Nancy Davis 143 Vickie Dettlof 42, 143 Sheree DeWester Sandy DeZearn 45 Dale Dickson 36, 47, 97, 135 Robin Drumm 45, 143 Regina Dugan 143 Kathie Duggan 136 Allen Dunlap 132 Janis Dwyer 143 Karen Eder 38, 143 Janet Ellis Lisa Ellis 44, 133, 64 SEN IUK IN DEX Vicky Ellis 13, 43, 126 Jim Erwin 36 Joe Evans 143 Noreen Feller 142 Kevin Filbey 40, 103, 108, 127 Sheri Fisher 41, 144 Nila Fishero 148 Jeanne Fitzgerald 141 Jack Fix Susan Fowler 144 Polly Fox 132 Gregg Foxx 36, 133 Jane Fulton 26, 27, 49, 150 Cynthia Gard 144 Sally Gardner 43, 144 Charles Gareri Mike Gasper 40, 137 Joe Gaylor 76, 150 Tom Geffert 19, 36, 150 Susan Gent 38, 144 Marcia Gibson 127 Kathy Gilmore 144 Karen Gilson 132 Virginia Gin 144 Tonya Gosnell 144 Susan Gossett 142 Linda Gradeless 41, 144 Teresa Graham 141 Darlene Graves 144 Randy Graves 132 'David Gray Jennifer Gray 126 Roger Greenwalt 107, 135 Donna Grimes Steve Guiliani Bertha Gunyon Donna Haas 144 Earl Haase 39, 103, 131 Mary Haggerty Mark Haltom 36, 98 Pam Hardacre 142 Karl Harker 133 Paul Harper 39, 139 Mike Hawkins 39, 135 Wendy Heck 38, 101, 144 Wendell Heckman 39, 136 Lynn Hefferman 129 Steve Helton 131 Barbara Herbster 142 Mary Herndon 41, 144 Elbert Hill 39, 127 Shree Hite 147 Steve Hodgson 131 Julia Holloway 129 Kevin Hook 40, 138 Sandra Horan 37, 144 Glenn Howell 46, 103, 104, 127 Deena Imel 148 Barbara Jager 128 Deb Jameson-Martin 106, 138 Rick Jay 40, 51, 100, 141 Bruce Jennings 129 Doug Jones 132 Steve Kahl 56 Greg Kauffman Linda Kephart Burce Kercheval 39, 131 Dave Kilmer 46, 104 Steve King Julie Kingseed 44, 144 Shelby Kinnick 45, 111, 144 Joe Kipfer Jett Kirkman 135 Kim Kiser 144 Terri Kleine 131 Jennifer Koch 148 Sarah Kottlowski 148 Greg Krider 103, 131 Linda Krout 43, 142 Jerry Kuhn 35, 63, 132 Jerry Lancaster Terry Lane 103, 127 Frank Langan 101, 127 Charles Langston Tim Lanie 63, 131 Tom Largus 19, 132 Dan Leary 129 Larry LePage 103, 132 Deborah Lessig 144 Gary Lester 36, 150 Tonda Livergood 38, 101, 105 Dave Lofland 101 Admiral Lord 96, 127 Liza Lough 144 Richard Loy Pat Ludwig 197, 134 Ronald Lyon Nikki Macy 141 Mary Matthews 42, 142 Pete McAllister 131 Barbara McClain 141 Bruce McDowell 97, 134 Joni Metcalf-Kemp 138 Fred Mindach 36, 108, 141 Debra Morris 38, 144 Pat Mosley 141 Ruth Muckway 142 Melissa Murphy Anita Murray 43, 144 Pam Myers Gwen Nagle 144 Vern Nance 144 Maureen Neddo 100, 148 Susan Nelms Victoria Newcomer 148 Karen Norris 144 Steve Osburn 36, 107, 135 Dave Overman 131 Vicki Owen 145 Linda Patrick 147 Michele Patterson Sue Patterson 42, 134 Kristi Pawlisch 137 Chuck Peckham 35, 108, 131 Yvonne Penner 38, 145 Deb Penrod 101, 127 Bonnie Peralta 42, 145 Sherrie Perkins 27, 45, 145 Jill Persinger 145 John Peters 97, 129 Steve Petry 51, 141 Becky Phelps 145 Curt Phillips 77 Deb Phillips 64 Patti Pidcock 51, 141 Don Pitman 132 Deb Polen 133 Robin Polk 110, 112, 135 Leisa Prasser 145 Peggy Price 132 Anna Ray Dave Reid 135 Mark Reiff 150 Donna Reinbold 105, 133 Tina Renihan 148 Nancy Resler 42, 142 Donna Reuter 42, 104, 131 Dennis Rippy 131 Dennis Roberts 39, 99, 107, 131 Vonda Robison 51, 141 Bill Rogers 132 Deb Rogers 145 Randy Roller James Ross Seth Rossman 97, 105, 108, 128 Judith Rothrock Marian Rumsey 142 Deb Sachs 80, 150 Jean Sachs 42, 51, 106, 134 Deb Sager Laura Sanchez 126 Mary Sapp Steve Sark 34 Dave Sawrie 36 Kathy Schaad 105 Donita Scheidt 38, 133 Karen Schleiff Greg Scott 51, 100, 141 James Scott 138 Mike Seaney 97, 137 Terri Sheperd 132 Laura Sims 43 145 Leslie Sims 43, 145 Judy Smith 145 Marci Smith 45, 99, 133 Louise Snyder 42, 142 Don Snyder 141 Susan Spicer 145 Regina Spieker 139 Nancy Stafford 99, 100, 147 Rick Stahlhut 36, 111, 134 Ken Stancombe 129 Ellen Stanton 38, 99, 103, 105 Connie Stapleton 38, 145 Gene Star 101, 112 Mike Starkey 80, 131 Karen Statzer 145 Mark St. Clair 103, 131 Bill Steadman 35, 80, 132 Denise Steele 145 John Stobaugh 51, 141 Donna Stoepler 145 Rod Stuckey 148 Terri Stump 33, 45, 47, 99, 136 Steve Sturm 131 Brigida Stygar 145, 64 Jim Sumwalt 39, 99, 135 Vicky Swank 45, 145 Richard Taylor 132 Elva Taulbee Mark Thayer 128 James Thomas 132 Jerry Throgmartin Kathy Tichenor 145 Brenda Toliver 103 Diane Torwelle 33, 54, 99, 103, 133 Gerri Torwelle 33, 42, 99, 148 Cathy Trowbridge 38, 47, 99 148 Janet Turner 45 Steve Turner 103, 136, 145 Karol VanEmon 148 Ned VanEmon 131 Dave Vleck 76, 77 Barbara Vormohr 145 Tom Wagner Nancy Walker 106, 147 Marla Wallace 42, 103, 132 Mike Wallace 40, 128 Ronald Ward Cindy Wasson 45, 142 Mike Weaver 150 Doug Weber 51, 96, 101, 105, 127 Penny Weida 145 Mark Weigand 40, 104, 131 Darlene Wendeln 26, 78, 150 164 Teresa Wheeler 45 Janell Whitehead 145 Bill Williams 34, 136 Dave Willoughby 97, 134 Rick Wimmer 47, 98, 100, 150 Carole Wintin 97, 148 Dave Wintin 10, 41, 150 Tim Wonnell 63, 132 Renita Young 101, 127 Tom Zupancic DIRECTORS 6' 41 Mr. Ken Hotteil, Business Manager Mr. Leo Miller, Vice-President and Treasurer Mr. Mike Watkins, Dean of Students Dr. Lynn R. Youngblood, Academic Dean I l i x l Mr. Robert Barrick, Accountant 152 STAFF DIRECTORS Mr Wilmer Lawrence University Registrar Linda Handy, Director of Financial Aid Miss Deb Hunter, Assistant Dean of Students ,I I Mrs. Diane Metheny, Director of Mr. Jim Brunnemer, Director of Alumni Relations Dr' Marshall Chambers Director of l Church Relations Placement and Career Counseling 1 Mr. Don Frick, Director of Public Relations Mrs. Joan Persell March 1978 - Director of Academic Services MY. LOU GCl'lg, DlI'CCt0l' of 153 Relations August 1972 - January 1978 STAFF 4 T Kathi Whiteside, Assistant Director of Publications Florabelle Wilson, Librarian, with Mike Ahern Don Cushman Assistant Prof. of Speech and Theatre Director of Instructional Media Mrs. Ellen Robbins, Academic Counselor Mr. Greg Michael, Admissions Counselor W Y lg. Q i 154 STAFF Susie Lamb, Admissions Counselor Charlene Britton, Academic Counselor -fu' Mr. Terry L. Taylor, Admissions Counselor S - x., M N.--. ,L t. . 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Dennis Dilley Director of University Police Mrs. Beverly Sims Director of the Health Center STAFF 155 5 .xx Q I ,,fvv" HOW D0 YOU AFTER A MEAL IN 1 dim? -f - 157 Melissa Allen l0l, 43 William Allen Stcve Amrhein Dave Ancelel 40, 55 Cathy Anderson Pat Anderson 51, l02 Sue Armstrong 69, 96 Shelley Armstrong Laura Bailey Tim Bajusz 47, 58 Gary Barker Rex Bauchert Don Beal 21 Jim Belcher 40 Bonnie Benson 43 Carol Black 43. 103, ll0 Janice Black lOl Jan Blaising 43 Bob Bogardus Valerie Boroughs Cal Boultbee Pennie Brechbiel 43 LeAnne Briggs 13. 43, 97, 104 Delbert Brinson 101 Peggy Brodie 104 Derek Brown 39 Eleanor Brown Karla Brown Pam Brown Holly Brune 45 Wally Bryant 40 Sam Bush Julie Cain Imogene Caldwell 55 Dave Carpenter Rick Caylor 10, 41 Vickie Chalifoux Sandy Chrysler 43 Mark Claeys Doug Clark 10, !6, 41 Debra Cohen Jean Collins Mark Conway Dave Crisp 39, 106 Marcia Curtis Jim Davidsen 108 Duane Davis 51 Bill Davis Robin DeBurger 43 Sandy DeZearn 45 Nancy Dinkledine 43, lOl Steve Donovan Jane Douglas 99 Byron Felker 34, 103 Don Finney Nancy Gardner Phil Gatts Kathy Gilmore Cathy Gin Ken Goetzinger Camille Goins 42 Lila Grant Kim Gunnoe Jeff Hanni Deb Harper Randy Herbert 40 Avonelle Hilkene Carol Hill 42, 96, 108 Pat Hill Sarah Holmes Charlie Hoover 97 Carole Hosford Julie Howe 44, 98 Charlie Huckstep Sandy Hughes Carmen Hurley 40 Al Jackson Candy Jaggard l0l Patricia Jennings Dale Jones 116 Julia Keegan Scott Keeler 36 Nathan Kennett Terry Kinnett Scott Kipfer Pam Kite 42, 47 Steve Knoop Callie Koenig Carol Koenig 42 Cathy Krouse 42, 102 Steve Lantz Dave Llewellyn 34. 69. 103 Marlie Lucas Mike Mach Randy Males John Mastandrca Bob McConnell Scott Miles I6, 19, 47, 63 IU N 'ORS Christie Miller 51 JU IORS Dave Miller 101, 167 Karen Miller 43 Marci Miller 26 Steve Miller 40 Dan Mitchell 96 Marilyn Moman 81 Marlin Moman 45 Nancy Moore 43 .lay Moulton Kevin Mouser Bruce Mowery Patsy Murray Susan Nelms .le1T Newton George Novak Steve Outcalt Sherri Overley Kevin Pearson Ina Peters 43 Joe Peters 34 Curtis Phillips Tom Potts 34 Ralph Purkhiser 41. 99, 106, Jerry Rairdon Sharon Rapp 43, 107 Donna Ray Darrell Reeves Steve Reimcld 40, 101 Dan Repass Diana Rivers 43 Jim Romack 63 Mark Rose Seth Rossman 97, 105, 108 Susan Rowand Cindy Sare 27, 44. 78, 2 Deb Sargent 68 Kim Sass 97, 103 Steve Savich 47 Kathryn Schaad 105 Bill Schneider Marcia Schuck Libby Scoggins 43, 47, 102 Brad Scott 51 Gay Scott 42 Patti Sharkey 43, 101 Nancy Shertzer 43, 102, 112 Jean Shilt 27, 43, 78 .lim Slavens 98 Sue Smart 106 Tom Smart 101 Rick Soard Charlie Sparks 28 Susan Spicer Mark Stanifer 106 Kent Sterrett 51 Terry Stevens 46 Greg Stotts Brigida Stygar Gary Sweeney Tony Thacker John Tharp Pat Thompson 42, 96 Randy Tolley 36 Dennis Towles Larry Tumer 34 Lonnie Turner 43. 103 Annetta Turner Linda Valentine Kathy Waddle 43, 108 Jeff Wallace 107 Doug Warner Jeff West 104 Steve Whaley Pat Wheeler 43 .lackie Whitney 51, 107 Cathy Wicker Debbie Wieckert Diana Williams 43 John Wimmer 51, 113 Dave Wellman 16, 41 Kathy Wright 43, 100 Christie Ali Bemard Allen .lerry Anderson Donna Amold 38. 168 Debbie Asher Mary Baker Gloria Dames Teri Beach 38 Erhard Bell 28, 40. 98 1 S F .. -2-2, . ., r:v- Q, Q1 n-,. 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T Scou Lcckhzn Dxanc Long 45 Bobbi Loyd 9' Donna Lucddc 43. 101 Dan Lggruzg 63 Varilzz Lg:-tk 3 i Ron Lyon Frczda Nfack John Walki- Julxe Warn Ei Bob Wan: 36. 51 Gafj- Marks 96. IO'5 Rosalyn sim: :', ex Jet Nlzxwcl' 36. 9'. ICS Szbnnz Nfzybcrj .Ll Cm? wccmy Los. zo: 'Dm M:Laughl:n 4' Smac kfcl..-.an Same Meeks 36 Jarm Nkllcan 32 Franaoas Marche 4-O NI:re-:Melt EE. 96 Carcq: Nferl Beth Wzddlctan Chrxs Muller Rohr: Milief Stew: Xhfcr Joey Niitchelf Mark Nlcsxgozerj 51 Ke-an Ho-:fe 46 Dcssef-: Horn: -LL ii I.i:4i.z Niesman Dafjl Newrirz Don Nzcklcscrz Kc: Sorts 35 Tom Vcmzgizsz 36 Lzsa OCYQQ 13.31 93. I0 Paula 07152: 45. 99 Deb Omer, -xl se Cm-'ip Pa1 P1111 Payne Rom Panzer Ed Par:- Cindy P.-:ies :I Caron Petty 54 Deb Psnifgx P11 Pclizd 95 Nancy Pow-51 Gai Przzhcr Itezh Pucker: IS Daz: P11551 Mike Reel Ralph Reiff 19. 9". 104 Tom Rich:-Gio: Katy Richrnxd L2Donr.a Rzddle 69. !0-S Cheryl Rohrcr Ruth RK 35 11:15 Ross Jzll Ross Lyic Sadie: 40, SO Debra SZLf'Jfd 51 Julse Schrfcnberger 43. IO Joyce Scharrtsr if Judy Searcy Du Scse 40. IOS Judy Scsi:-: 41 Doug Sail Bob Silvey Damn Smid: 35. 101 Laura Smim 45 Mlm Smith 33. 103 Frank Spell 36. IOS, i05 Tom Spencer 46 Elien Samoa 33, 99. 103. IO Tony Starks -16. 63 Dave Szsele 34 Beth Srwers 3' Melody Slilcs Mark Slobaugh J-:dl Stull 45, 16' Cindy Sscngei Loraine Thompson 38 Roben Todd Jane: Tamer 45 Linda Tamer 38 Bill Vaulrelgerhuis Soon Vaunzller Rickard VanRhecdez 36. I0 Sandra Varzkman 38 Daw Vlasif 35. S0 Norma Wade Paula Waganun Pam Wager IO' Tina Walsion 41 Julia Wahcrs 38 Nanen.: Walters 45 bidi Ward Derek Weber 69. 96. IDS Cindy Welch 45 SOPHONIORES 161 i F i l i 3, Mark Welch 76, lIZ Connie Wendel 38, l07 Jim Wernke 56, 58, 76 Karen West Thomas Whalls 108 Donna Whitehead I0l Dan Williams I6, 36 Steve Williams Joanna Wilson Charles Wimblcdufl'-17 Rod Wimmer 46, l00 Glenn Woods 39 Terry Woods 5l Debbie Workman 38. l05 Larry Yarrell Mike York Dennis Young Tim Abel Marc Adams 28. 82 Pam Adams 45 Brenda Ahrens 45. I68 Dave Albright 36 Todd Alexander 63 Jenny Allen Mary Allen 38 Tamara Allender Shirley Amonelt Karen Ancil lOl Paula Anderson 37 .loellen Appleget Mark Applegate 39 Bart Austin Melinda Baker Cynthia Baran Debbie Barrick 38, 52, l0B Brian Bartley 80, 98 .leif Bates l0, 41 Delores Bauguess Andrea Beckett l0l Pam Beehler Linda Bertram Nancy Best Kevin Bevers 36 Pal Beyersdorfcr Brenda Bishop 97 Sandra Black Pam Blackford Karen Blanchard Traci Bland 38 Tim Blessing Trina Bluhm 27 Rose Boggs 45 William Bond Jeff Bontrager 46 Susan Boone 38 Pam Borman 55 Hope Boultinghouse Mary Bouse 38 Debbie Bowers Mary Bragg Cindy Branscum David Brattain IOI Steve Breidenich l0l, l03 Barbara Brendel 55 Bill Briggs 46 Beth Brock Gary Brockman Jennifer Brodie Tom Brodnik Perri Brooks 55 Brenda Browning Mike Bruinsma l05 Sandra Bruns Brad Buck 40, l0l Debby Burkhardt 38, 55 Shirley Burl Carol Byers 38, 99 Mark Campbell ll5 Mike Campbell 20, 98 Nancy Carter 38 Linda Carver Brenda Catt 38 Vick Caylor Margo Chandler Tim Chastain Debbie Cherry Denyse Clark Elizabeth Clark Dave C Iaton ' L 1 B- T 1 1 Susan Young 38 Barbara Zimmer FRESHM Cynthia Clcndenon 26 Randy Cline Richard Cline Harry Clore 80 Robin Coats 45, 97, 105 Chris Cobb Debra Cochran 45 Jeff Cole Sarah Commons Tamara Condra Jamie Cook 41, 10 David Cooney Vickie Coop Becky Cordell Annette Cottey Karen Cottey Richard Coughenour Cathy Courier 37 Sue Craflon 27, 38 Cheryl Crisp 38 Mary Cromer Theresa Crump Rose Culler 55 Debra Cunningham Boyd Davis 46 Charlotte Day 45 Diana Deardorft' Barb Deemer 38. 54 Pam Deemer 38 Brett Dennemann John Dennis Debra Dickeii 38, 100 Mike Dickerson 35 Linda Dieringer 38 Kristi Dill Kevin Dittman 36 Mike Donovan 46 Diane Drewes 38 Tyrone Duff David Dugan Renita Dunaway 168 Debbie Dunlop Paul Elliott Kim Englebright 37, 55, Bryan Enkoff 10, 41 Celestine Evans Pam Ewig 45 Todd Fakes 63 Farrand Brinton 63 Jodi Fergason 44, 27 Donna Fields 45 Caroline Fisher 44, 1 I1 Gary Fisher Rhonda Fisher Dianne Flanagan Pat Floyd Joanne Forbes Barbara Fosgate 37 Cathy Foster I3, 37 Ron Fowler Penny Fox 54 Cynthia Foxx Deb Frame 42, 99 Rusty Freeman 46 Lisa Frcnzel 107 Ron Frickey 10, 41 Cheryl Garrett Rose Gehring Leslie Gilbert Lou Gillen 11, 44 Monica Gilman 37, Sl Mike Ginsberg David Gish Melinda Gish Barbara Glidden Nate Goforth 46 Kathy Goldman 44 Valynda Goodwin Cathy Gould 37, 101 Debbie Grant Marcia Gray 99 Beverly Green 44 Tom Green Julie Gresson Christa Guedcl Tonya Guinn 45 Connie Gunn 43 Darryl Gunyon Shawn Haag Julie Hackman 42, 78 Lynn Halcomb 45 Debbie Hale Kathy Hamill Paul Hamilton 95 Tammie Hankins 42 Vicki Harbcr 45 Charles Hardebeck 46 Anita Hargcr 38 John Harris Susan Harting David Hathaway 51 Natalie Haverty Martha Hayes Roxanne Heath 45 David Heeb Julie Hcerman Mary Hemmingsen Tim Hensel 39 FRESHMEN 163 164 FRESHMEN Steve Hcnshaw Julie Herdman 27. 78 Julianna Hess Keith Hessong Ralph Hill Julie Hines 38, l03 Rex Hinklc Karen Hirsch Jill Hollis Pat Hollzman Lenora Hoover Sherril Houser Kim Huffman Anne Hungerford Bill Hunter Bonnie Hurrle Nancy Hurst John Huser Sherry ldlcwine 54 Mclinda lrwin 37 Cheryl Jackson Greg Jackson 39 Linda Jocrger 37 Teresa Johnson Brent Jones Paula Jones Shannon Jones Beth Jordan 38, 103 Theodore Jordan Celine Kavalec Kim Kelley Tamela Kesler Karen Kilborn 44 Richard Kivctt Kathy Knoop Lynn Kolat 38 David Kruse 36 Michelle Lain Debbie Lake 38 Janet Laurence Christina Leeds Jon Lilly 28 Dave Lindauer l05 Donna Lobdell Margaret Lynch Charles Machler Brian Malson Sl Janet Mann 26, 4l Deb Martin 38, IOS Phillip Martin 28 Willis Martinez Dawn Massie Dennis Massie 46, 82, ll3 Pat Mathews Wendy Mattson 51 Kathleen McAdams Jeff McClurg Shoshanna McDaniel 54 Moryellen McLeastcr Diane McWilliams Rhonda Merrill Elaine Metzger 45 Kim Meyer Kirk Milburn Brian Miles Susan Miles Deb Miller l0l Jeff Miller Sue Miller 45 Dawn Mitchell Lisa Monday 37, l05 John Moore Candace Morgan Kent Mull Deb Munford Mark Mushinski Randy Mutschler Shirley Newman Janice Nichols l03 Kwabena Nketia 35 Pat Norris Kandice Norton Becky Nunan Peggy O'Connor Margaret Ogden Chris Oliger 40 Tony Ortman 46 Jeff Osborn Dennis Osborne Steve Pantazis David Parmeter Teresa Patrum 38 John Pea Judy Pennington 4, 54, 99 Lori Pcnrod 45, IOO Mary Peoni Sl Anthony Pernell Annc Peters 4l Loran Petro Ed Pierce Jean Plcw Brad Pollock 35 Dave Post 36 Marjorie Quclle l0l John Rainbolt Bill Randolph Dan Rasmussen Rita Rawlins Sl Julie Ray 38 Mike Reed Sherri Reeves Roxanna Rentschler 38 Diane Reuter 38 Stephanie Reynolds 98 Teresa Reynolds Julie Richardson Lisa Richmond Debbie Riddle Jerry Rippy 40 Maroline Ritter Rhonda Robb 37, 99 Ron Robbins Ramona Roettger 45 Melody Rohrman Robert Romack Bryon Ross Celeste Rowe 97 Mike Rund l0, 41 Sonja Runyon Sherri Rusche .loan Sachs 26, 37 Chris Sanders l0, 4l Debbie Sanders 37 Mary Sanders Vanessa Sanders 44 April Sare 45 Dan Scharbrough Ann Schilling 44 Laura Schlebecker 37 Betsy Schelgel Sue Schmitz Dean Schmollinger 46 David Schncpt' Steve Schwab 46, l0l Debbie Scott 38 Mike Sedam Marc Shewmaker Deb Sigman 38 Jayne Sims Renaye Sims 99 Joann Sisignano 38 Mark Sisk Gene Skirvin Dena Slisher 27, 78, 79 Kathi Small 38. 54 Carla Smith 37, Sl Cynthia Smith 44, ll Dixie Smith 45, 99, 81 Janet Smith Laura Smith Mike Smith Richard Smith Brad Smitheram Margaret Smoot 37. 99 Karen Souders 44 Mike Spears Karla Springer 26. 37, l05, 81 Richard Spurgeon Gary Spurgin Diane Stanley 45 Ruth Ann Stanley 38 Tammy Stansifer Sl Therese Staton Kathleen St, Clair 44 Mike Stcadman 46, 80 Tracy Stephens Leanna Stem 38 Mary Straub 45, 54, 99 Brenda Striggo Christine Stull 38, IO3 Carol Swango 37, 69 Deb Sweeney 26 Deb Sweet 78 Pat Switzer Beth Taylor .lune Taylor Becky Taylor 45, l00 Don Tharp Debbie Thirion Carolyn Thoman Annette Thompson Z7, 44, 78 .loyce Tittle Cheryl Tormey Mary Tracy 38 Rhonda Tunilty Gary Vandergriff I9 Dawn Vehmeier 37, l0l Toni Verhonik Frank Vormohr 35 Debbie Walker Sandy Walker 37 Diane Walls 45 Cherie Watkins 37, 99, l07 Cheryl Weathers Diane Webb Joanne Weber 38. 99. ll6 Ruth Weddle 44 TJ, Weigand 36, 80 Ellen Weller Ken Wells 46 Gary Welsh 46 Martha Wenning Jams Wheat Susan Whitaker 37 Elizabeth White fm Wm" FRESHMEN 165 Ronnie Whittemore Diane Wickizer 44 Barbara Wictlisbach Becky Wiggins 51 Myron Williams Scott Williams Brian Willis Melinda Winter 45 Frank Wintin 10, 41, 63, 168 Kathy Wood 4s Ken Wooden Dawn Woods 54 Deb Wools Jamie Wraley 44 Neal Yoder Deanna York 44 Robert Young Richard Ayre Martha Barnett Nate Beck Becky Blair 45. 105 Tony Boley Ellen Brooks Deb Brooner Mary Daly Jane Duzan John Fulton Carol Hilton Paulette Kjeldsen B. McKinney John Mullin M. Nagle W. Overman Deb Owen Cheryl Pavy 43, 105 Christina Semenick Winston Shieh Amy Thomas 38, 100 Zimmerman Jennifer Atherton 102 Larry Barnhorst I Pam Bolander Brian Brauchla 47, 100, 104 Dave Chaille 39 Scott Crosse! Chet Ferrell 15, 41 Larry Hathaway 34 Greg Hernandez 15 Deb Hizer John Jones 36 Jim Kemp Dave Kitchell 47 April Mann Carla Marsh 27 Denise Martin 44, 103, 105 Brenda Maxwell 96 Linda Miller Susan Muto .locara Namminga Nila Poe Joeann Scott Jan Slrietelmeier Tertsa Swanson 43 Kevin Tussey Becky Vancil Linda Whitield Will Wienhorst 34 Mary Willbanks 96, 108 Not pictured - Cathy Wicker 166 NON GR 5 DUAWNG SENIORS 1 UNCLASSIFIED GR DUATI G i Telethon for alumni donations f ,J K I p QW Q., nn 4' 'sh- Twentieth anniversary for ARA service in dining hall lffllli 1 ff-fix -,11-1-I1 A 255525 'N lf-gtk' -K 1 v ik "::i , 4 - ul 1' f A u 3 5 if r , 5 Q'f'7"v .S Qc? 'wi' Q QF-A -T . 'ig Jim Kemp Diane Driscol ' g",i,Qs . 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