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Table of Contents Student Life 18 Athletics 164 Academic 198 Organizations 242 Greeks 270 Residence Halls 306 Seniors 324 Index 360 Wisconsin State University Oshkosh. Wisconsin. 54901 Volume 73 Kathleen H. Nyman. Editor IStudents are strange people. They love to be together. They love to be alone. They love to love. They love to be loved. Students love.35SILENCE ... ... to search one's soul ... to contemplate on yesterday ... to think upon today ... to dream about tomorrow 6 v7WE... ... are children of the morning, smiling, crying, playing. ... are scholars of the day, listening, learning, experiencing. ... are lovers of the night, sighing, kissing, drifting. 101314STRENGTH ... ... to accept ... to appreciate ... to challenge and change ... to compromise ... to face responsibility ... to endure disappointment, failure, pain ... to be myself 15Students are people, people, people. People together. People alone. People thinking. People planning. People loving, laughing, crying, Hoping, praying, doing, failing. Learning ... Students are people being people.Marking the life of the students at WSU-O were a variety of activities: the planned and the unplanned: activities organized for every interest; demonstrations and riots; parties and beer. These things made this year distinctive at WSU-O. 18 I II I I I 1 V II ■ ' flit i i ' II I l —- Iff i ■. fllllUW i i i i IIIIII1W IIIWW nnwwv The warm autumn sunshine and an empty bench made for a good study environment. Endless hours of standing in line, stacks of cards to fill out, and many more hours of standing in line characterized the week of registration at WSU-Oshkosh. Some students found to their delight that they had no problems with registration. They were in the minority, however. The rest of the student body discovered that the words for the week were "Sorry, that section is closed." Many art students moved outdoors to take advantage of the beauty of nature. The '68-'69 School Registration: Lines, Even the older students found registration quite tedious. The comfort of the soft, green grass served as a stimulus for many students to oxpress their emotions.Year Begins With Lines, and More Lines In college one must become proficient in the art of standing in lines. Returning students quickly become conditioned to the time-consuming ordeal of registration. 21Fall Fun Begins With Roasting Corn A firm hand dips each cob into golden butter. the climaxing touch to her masterpiece. 22and Happy Pumpkin Faces The delicious smell of corn roasting over a charcoal pit and the friendly laughter were both parts of the corn roast held at Titan Court the first week of school. The corn roast was only served to introduce the students to the fun awaiting them this year at The Union sponsored Pumpkin carving contest. It was another way of urging students to participate in activities and to become acquainted with others. The winners for the second year in a row was the Alpha Phi sorority. Coming in for a first prize was this gruesome lunar pumpkin. Spocd and concentration are essential in pumpkin carving. A new trend in Halloween art is typified by this hippy prize winner. Discussion and compromise go hand in hand for a winning combination.Town and Gown Premieres Season With "Carmen" Playing the role of a small town beauty, this young actress was well suited for the part. Discussing the course of events, these two soldiers planned their next actions. The love affair of a Spanish gypsy and the ageless appeal of opera were combined in "Carmen”, Town and Gown's first presentation of the school year. The Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater performed the opera at the Civic Auditorium on Wednesday. October 23. Free busses were provided to take the approximately 1550 WSU-O students to view the production. The story concerned the lovely Carmen who lured Don Jose away from the shy Micaela and induced him to desert his military duties. Less than a year after their first meeting, the affair between the gypsy and the soldier ended in tragedy and death. Nancy Williams performed in the title role and tenor Thomas O'Leary accompanied her as Jose. 24The breathtaking costumes added to the interest of the program. Old Mexico Invades the Civic Auditorium The color and music of Old Mexico invaded the Civic Auditorium November 18, 1968 when the Town and Gown series presented Javier de Leon's "Fiesta Mexicana." Javier de Leon and his exceptional cast spared themselves nothing in recreating the ancient rituals as well as the music and dances of Hispanic Mexico. The happy exhilaration of the artists, the beauty of the costumes, and the intriguing music and dances of the Mayans and Aztecs combined to create an enjoyable program of interest to all who attended. The Door Dance was ono of the Ceremonial Dancos of Coatlicueh the company performed.Sharing an umbrella brightened the dreariest of days. Dempsey lawn provided a spot for relaxation and study.Showers and Sunshine Dominated Autumn 1968 Neither treo. nor car. nor "KeeD Off the Grass' signs pre- Typical of most campuses, the favorito warm woathor sport of malo students is girl-watching. Showers were a prominent feature of WSU-O during the 1968-1969 school year. Students braved their way to classes armed with umbrellas, slickers, and totebags. Occasionally Mother Nature dismissed the thunderheads and the sun filtered through. The campus awakened, refreshed and ignited with activity. Students sought time for mental and physical enrichment by way of reflection, independent study athletic competition, and the all-American sport of girlwatching. Warm weather finds students on the Union sundeck soaking up the sunshine. 2728 WSU-O Drama Department Throws "The Birthday Party" Goldberg and McCanr interrogated Stanley with a sea of absurb questions. The lights went out. A flashlight boam revealed Lulu, sprawled on a table after a scene of madnoss. Harold Pinter's absurd mystery. "The Birthday Party." premiered the WSU-O Drama Department theater season. Directed by Don Burdick, the production revolved around the personalities, pasts and pretentions of the characters. Meg, the simpering Cockney landlady, was portrayed by Jeannie Bongle. Dale Klitzke took the part of the misfit Stanley. John Bierman and Jake Laks played the two villains who unmercilessly tortured Stanley and completed the madness present.Attempting to be congenial with their society is found difficult by the symbolic characters in "The Bald Soprano." "The Bald Soprano" Erupted in Brilliant Colors "The Bald Soprano" erupted with a brilliant setting of red, green, yellow, and orange. The play, directed by Gloria Link, presented society as a confusing mass of individuals helplessly trying to communicate with others. Angus MacDonald assumed the role of Smith. Mrs. Smith, his typical English wife, was played by Karen Krause. This anti-play pivoted around a visit to the Smiths by the Martens. Mark Marino was cast as Marten and Judith Schultz as Mrs. Marten. 29 Mrs. Marten, portrayed by Judith Schultz, contemplates the problems of being an individual.A firm qrip and encouraging squeeze now and then can do wonders for the morale. The anticipation was half of the battle. Many fortunate people will receive new life from the 732 pints of blood collected during the Alpha Phi Omega-American Red Cross Blood Drive held October 21-24. Through the service of numerous campus organizations and with the help of the 831 people who gave of their time for the chance to give the gift of life ... blood ... the quota of 568 was met and surpassed. For the persons who were rejected for various reasons and for the 10,000 students who couldn't make it for many more reasons, the Blood Drive was also on campus April 21-24. 1969. One of the many preliminary steps was a blood sample. The prick of a needle and a grimace of pain were all part of the routine. The best port of the ordeal, besides the feeling of satisfaction, was the food served afterward and an escapo from "Ma Crown." 30Waiting for the arm to stop bleeding was a tiresome task. The pain of being stuck by the needle was overcome by the feeling of happiness gained by giving blood. Happiness Is Giving Blood Giving blood required a lot of determination and patience. fie happiness was compounded when the sharing was done together. 31Queen's Pageant Initiates Homecoming Activities Sonior Quoen candidates in formal competition at the Queens Pageant are: Jean 8ayley, Sandy Drath, Sue Diet-man. Queen Patti Palant. and Judi Ugland.Mary Luckhardt and Brian Liner. Co-chairmen of 1968 WSU-0 Homecoming. Starting off the week's Homecoming festivities was the Queen's Pageant on Monday night. Candidates from each class were required to put on a skit. Next on the week's agenda was the Encore series featuring the Sandpipers and The Four Saints. During intermission the results of the voting were disclosed and Patti Pelant was crowned queen. Bill Fries, a junior from Oshkosh was the king. Court members included Judy Ugland. senior: Marci Hussong, junior: Sue Queen PaHi Pelen. end King Bill Fries were crowned dur- BrUmm' s°Ph°m°re' Ch Y Lutz, freshman, ing the intermission of the Encore Serios. ,, Horns and humor were added by the numbers of the Four Saints. 33Spirited Students Yell Like Hell Alpha Phi—Sig Tau combined forces with light, color, and voices to capture first place in the Yell Like Hell contest. 34The jump of this Titanette indicated the Homecoming Spirit of WSU-O students. Friday night found many students in front of the Union all fired up for the annual Yell Like Hell contest. With nearly 100% residence hall and Greek participation, the contest offered much competition. Winners were in the Greek division: Alpha Phi-Sigma Tau Gamma, first; Chi Omega-Delta Sigma Phi. second; Phi Mu-Phi Sigma Epsilon, third. In the independent division: Gruenhagen, first; Taylor-East, second: Scott, third. At the bonfire. Taylor Hall won the log hauling contest for the women and Delta Chi won the men's competition. The W of Whitewater glowed before the bon. fire toppled it to the ground. 35 "Sights and Sounds of Freedom" Set as Theme Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever" took on new meaning in the Gruen-hagen Hall float. 36The Chi O girls were on the band wagon—during the Homecoming parade. Following the theme of the "Sights and Sounds of Freedom." the parade found all aspects of American life depicted in the floats. The chilly grey skies did not dampen the high spirits of those participating in and watching the parade. The many hours of effort put forth on the floats was apparent as the competition again was very close. The winners in the Greek division were Delta Sigma Phi-Chi Omega, first: Alpha Phi-Sigma Tau Gamma. Delta Zeta-Phi Sigma Epsilon, tied for second: Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Phi Omega, third. In the independent division Vet's Club-Stewart Hall, first; Taylor Hall-East Hall, second: Scott, third. Gamma Delta added a bit of religion to the parade with the theme "Brother. Where Are You?" 37Hands securely around the ball, the Titan player makes a break for a run. 38Saturday afternoon found over 10.000 fans overflowinq Jackson field to see Oshkosh meet Whitewater, a team that they had not beaten in eleven year. The weather was bitinq cold with a gusty wind, but the spirits of the team and the spectators were high. Halftime found the score tied at 7-7. Oshkosh pulled ahead with an impressive 21-7 lead by the end of the third quarter, but Whitewater, not to be held back, scored a fourth quarter touchdown and brought the score to 21-14. Thus, the score remained throughout the fourth quarter and the Titans were victorious. Warmth was the decisive factor in the clothii attire of most spectators attending the game. Pass interception played an important role in the winning of the game. 39 Alpha Phi-Sigma Tau Gamma Capture Supremacy Cup 1 c - V J Sigma Tau Gamma President Bill O'Brien accepted the Supremacy Cup for his fraternity and Alpha Phi. Cheerleader Vicki McLaren registered many reactions during the Homecoming game. 40Quoen Patti Pc'ant and King Bill Fries. Halftime ceremonies included the presentation of the queen, her court, and their parents. Homecoming chairmen Mary Luckhardt and Brian Liner announced the winners of the events. House decoration winners in the Greek division were Alpha Phi-Sigma Tau Gamma, first; Alpha Kappa Lambda-Delta Chi, second: and Alpha Xi Delta-Alpha Phi Omega, third. Independent division winners were Vet's Club-Stewart Hall, first; Gruenhagen. second: and Breese Hall-Evans Hall, third. Alpha Phi-Sigma Tau Gamma won the Homecoming Supremacy Cup by compiling the most points in the Homecoming events. The Homecoming festivities were concluded Saturday night with the dance. The Pete Klint Quintet and the Gregory James Quintet provided the music. President Roger Guiles, an avid football tan, attended the Homecoming game with his wife Margarite. 41This peaceful scene afforded quite a different picture during the day. Between classes it was scene of complete chaos. This site was a mudhole during the rainy season. The addition to the library added new resting spots as well as classrooms.The old Journalism House is no longer. The campus scene was constantly changing throughout the year. Old buildings were being torn down while others were being constructed in their place. The construction sites caused congestion during the busy hours and the ice sidewalks were even more hazardous than usual. At times the buildings were so crowded that lines of students a block long were backed up waiting to enter the lecture halls. Work wont on even during the cold days of winter. Campus Changes Constantly Progress—From Old to New The addition Halsey Science Center was only one of many worltsites. The high-rise dormitories are an integral part of campus life. 43Tradition of tourists, the studonts tried to make the Whitehall Castle soldiers laugh, During the summer of 1968 twenty-three WSU-O art students along with two professors spent eight weeks in Europe studying art and art history. Sponsored through the Extended Services division, this art seminar was open to all students enrolled or eligible for enrollment at WSU-O. Six semester hours could be acquired during this program. The courses offered were Studies in Renaissance Art, Advanced Drawing. Individually Oriented Work in Drawing, and Individual Problems in Art History. Departing by jet from Chicago, the students traveled to Florence for five weeks of study. Side trips were made to Pisa. Venice, and Rome. In each city the art and the museums were studied. The remaining three weeks consisted of independent travel in Europe. Each student could then plan where he wanted to go. Meeting in London, the party then returned to the United States. The directors of this seminar were Mr. Milton K. Gardener, assistant professor of art at WSU-O and Mrs. Christine Gardener, instructor of art history at WSU-O. Students Spend Summer Studying Art in Open air art markets are frequently found in Florence. Venico contains not only Renaissance Art. but modern art as in these sculptures of Vladimir Preclic. EuropeStudying the architecture of Pisa from the inside out, the students explored the halls and tower. Golden lights illuminate several fountains in London's Trafalgar Square. One of the major highlights of the trip was the medieval Florence Festival. 45This young Venice girl enjoyed playing with the pigeons. WSU-O art students picked fruit on a Florence walk. Besides indulging in a few birthday kisses, the students also indulged in the warm sun and sand of Vicareggio. 46Students participating in the summer program were: (left to right): Annette Petrie. Christine Gardener, instructor; Norvin Noteboom. Mary Frank. Jean Berger, Robert Zondag. Kathy Aoniu, Joan Ernster, Linda Dean. Gail Dombroe, Rick Starr, Barbara Troyer, Cheryl Becker, Sharon Mushak, Diane Schoepke. Tom Gilling, Bonnie Murray, Lee Carlson. Sue DoPolis, Alice Marsh. 47Time loses its meaning to those who are in love. "There's a kind of hush all over tho world tonight. You can hear the sound of lovers in lovo." Regardless of the season—fall, winter, or spring, the sidewalks and hallways of the campus abounded with people in love. The weather did not dampen the spirits of these young couples, nor did it hamper their togetherness. The many activities of the university encouraged the togetherness, although no activity was necessary for them to enjoy the happiness they had discovered. Sad good-byes, emotional hello's and secluded corners marked the sights and sounds of couples in love. Happiness is a state of mind—so is love. 48Campus Abounds With the Sights and Sounds of Love Togotherness is a moment of happiness. You and I. the world to ourselves. When you are in love, it is hard to soy good-bye even for a few short days. The only good thing about fighting, is making up afterwards. Warm sunshine and the shade of a treo aro a wonderful setting for love. 49Ski Heilers Kick-Off A ski clinic held on grass and straw helped to kick off the ski season for the Ski Heilers. The event was held outside the Union from early morning to mid-afternoon on Saturday, November 16. The main purpose for holding such a seminar was to give about 125 persons who had never skied before an opportunity to learn the general idea of skiing, walking, falling and getting up on ski equipment furnished by the Union. It helped many a person to avoid the bumps and bruises and embarrassment of falling when he was once out on the real slopes. Have you ever felt like you were trapped? Sometimes it is safer to stay on the ground. 50Season with a Session f straw Skiing for Beginners The hardest part about skiing for some is getting up again after a fall. 51Oshkosh comes alive with the sights and sounds of Christmas. The union glows with the warmth of the Christmas spirit. Solocting a Christmas tree is a ritual of the season.Frosty the Snowman Spreads the Spirit of Christmas Frosty the Snowman made it to campus for Christmas and so did Santa Claus. The Christmas spirit was sky-high after an extended Thanksgiving vacation. Students returning from home could be seen carrying Christmas lights and trees and humming snatches of "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" and "It's Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas" as they prepared for three weeks of celebration before returning home again for the Christmas recess. Christmas lights twinkled in dorm windows and campus offices. Roommates tantalized roommates with that guess-what-l-bought-you look. Tree-trimming brigades gathered in study lounges and those in the resident halls prepared for Pixie-Angel Week and the traditional floor parties. Regardless of the cold, snowy weather, carolers sang out with yuletide cheer to put all on campus in a Christmas mood. Even some of the professors were in with the Christmas spirit and printed "Merry Christmas" on the bottom of the tests which they gave before vacation. Gruenhagcn's treo of lights (right) sparkles. No, it really isn't Frosty the Snowman. 53Finals Are a Time to Complain, to "Cram," to Cry Punching out the cord means the end—at last. The timo clicks by on the clock and tho questions become more difficult. "Ono moro question and I will bo finished with this class forever." A little guessing is sometimes necessary. 54 "Eeny, meeny, miny, mo ... I haven't used 'A' for a while.'The tests can be "torrible." even if one has studied diligently. Everyone seems to have the same reaction—that test was unbelievable. only I had reread that last chapter." Sleepless nights, early morning cram sessions and long lines for breakfast were the signs that revealed it was semester exam time. Later closing hours for the library and crowded study lounges marked a period of intensive study for most students on campus. The days were filled with moans and groans and sighs of relief echoing from the deathlike quiet of classrooms. The expressions on the faces of the students as they left their exams was enough evidence to tell whether or not the cramming of the previous night had been enough to make up for a semester of negligent studying. In most cases it was easy to tell that it had not been. Periods of deep concentration are all a part of final exams. 55Graduation marks the culmination of many long, hard years of study. For a mother, the graduation of her son is a moment of great pride. Smiles, Tears, and Caps and Gowns Are Graduation The orderly and dignified lines of students in caps and gowns marked the fourth annual midyear commencement at WSU-O. The ceremonies were held on Friday. January 17. 1969 during which degrees were conferred on 341 students. Included in the graduating class were 44 from the School of Business Administration, 120 from the School of Letters and Science. 154 from the School of Education, and 23 from the Graduate School. Martin Agronsky, CBS news reporter and news analyst, delivered the commencement address entitled Challenges of Tomorrow. A tim© of contemp'ation and hopeGraduation is a time to say—a job well done. The commencement ceremonies can be a headache. The pride of accomplishment is a wonderful feeling.Registration Means Headaches for Many Even tho younger generation can’t figure it out. When all seems hopeless, the only hopo is to sit down and think. The textbook library is but another maze of endless linos. 58Tho floor provides available space for weary students. A record number of 10,717 students enrolled at WSU-Oshkosh for the spring semester and found themselves in the midst of the "hurry up and wait" process. The luckier members of the student body had their cards pulled for them ahead of time and were able to whiz through the endless lines in no time flat. However, for the more unfortunate, the only solution seemed to be to sit down .on the gym floor and start again searching for an open section. The availability of textbooks was scarce and those who received all of their books were fortunate indeed. A closed section and unforeseen conflicts can cause much worry. 5960 Oshkosh Students Become Acquainted With West Africa Kris DoBruin chats with friends at the pool beneath the Kennedy Bui ding. Sandy Fruhman and two students from Michigan dress in rags to beg for money for the poor and needy of their area. Christmas for four Oshkosh students was an experience that will never be forgotten. It was shared ham and cheese sandwiches, many games of hearts, off-key but familiar carols, and turkey dinner in a hotel. It was Christmas in Africa. Tom Recob. Spring Green; Kris DeBruin, Kaukauna; Mike Berken. DePere; and Sandy Fruhman. Oak Creek; left Freetown, Sierra Leone where they were attending the university and traveled through parts of West Africa during Christmas vacation. They found themselves in Ibadan, Nigeria on Christmas Eve without a place to stay. However, they met some students who found them some beds and soon they were settled and playing cards and sharing their left-over food. Christmas was only a part of their three-and-one-half week trip. Besides Nigeria, they visited Dahomey. Togo, Ghana, and Liberia. While in Nigeria they were able to see for themselves the effects of the devastating civil war which was going on in that country. One night Tom Recob walked on the wrong side of a barricade and was immediately staring down the wrong end of gun barrel. While in Accra they met the other six students who were studying in Africa. Kathy Sery, Milwaukee; Kathey Paris. Shawano; Louise Spear and Mary Bertler, both from Green Bay. Barb Schmidt, Endeavor; and Rosanne Eparvier, Neenah. Stanley Shaloff, professor of history and visiting lecturer from WSU-O also met them in Accra. They showed the group from Freetown around the city and gave them hints as to taxi tips and fares and eating places. After leaving Ghana, the tour made a stop in Monrovia. Liberia. There they found everything Americanized. The people spoke with American rather than British accents and several restaurants even specialized in hamburgers and french fries. Three days after their arrival in Liberia they went back to Freetown, Sierra Leone and to school to read three and a half weeks worth of mail from back home.Tom Rocob and a student take time out between classes to talk. Students at the university don rags to beg for money for charity. Three Oshkosh students rest before the JFK building. 61Dorm Residents Tolerate A student may take as much milk as he wants ... "Ma Crown's" Cooking as much seasoning as he desires (sometimes ho oven takes the shakers) ... but tho food is limited to only one serving of meat, two salads, one dessert, and as much bread as ho can eat. 62The food in the cafeterias was one of the most talked about and most complained about items at Oshkosh. The complaints ran from "the cafeteria is too crowded" to "all we get is beef and chicken, beef and chicken, and fish on Friday." Despite the grumblings, between the hours of eleven and one and four and six. huge lines could be seen forming at the entrance to the food lines. Some of the students explained this contradictory fact with the comment "The dessert is good" or I'm on a diet and all I eat is the salad." "Ma Crown" was the topic of many conversations and served as a home away from home for all of the students who lived in a dormitory. River Commons. Elmwood Commons. and the Union Commons were meeting places for the students of the different dorms to get to know each other and to share their grievances. Ma Crown's homemade soups vary from good old chicten to exotic monqol? lose his appetite for more reasons than one but a girl is usually either in love or on a new diet, 63Golden Tridents Depict Holidays in Watery Setting The pretty squaws are an added attraction to the show. "Holidays on Melted Ice" was the theme of the Golden Trident's swim show which was presented in Albee pool on May 10-I I, 1968. All holidays throughout the year were depicted in a watery setting as the Golden Tridents went through their paces under the direction of Janet Moldenhauser. The show began with New Year’s Eve and ended with Christmas Eve. Two psychedelic numbers as well as a special number for all of the mothers in the audience were included in the program. The Tridents presented a special performance for the mothers who were here for the AWS Mother-Daughter weekend.Anna Nassif Presents Program of Creative Dancing Anna dances gracefully, beautifully, and expressively. Anna Nassif. assistant professor of dance at the University of Wisconsin, presented a special program of creative dance on December 16. as the third in a series of fine art specials. Miss Nassif incorporated modern dance techniques from Inoia. music, photography and special lighting. She also used her own 16 mm movies of her successful performance in Oshkosh in 1967 as an added effect to her dance. As she progressed in her performance. Miss Nassif explained many of the intricate steps of her routine and pointed out the necessity for physical mobility in such dancing. She explained what she was doing, what would happen next in the dance and the type and number of steps that she was using. After the performance refreshments were served and the audience had the opportunity of talking in person with Miss Nassif. Her dress accents the mood of the music and her movements cac -fe the audience's attention. From Anna's facial expression to the tip of her fingers one could notice he' whole self involved in this interpretive dance. 65Major Gordon Corcoran, assistant professor in Military Science. Cadet Doug Lichte inspects his troops in view of one of the residence halls. Students driving Into the parking lot early Tuesday mornings were often shocked to see the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps Cadet Battalion drilling diligently on the vacant lot near the Fox River. The 150 cadets commandeered the lot for an hour once a week to practice marching, saluting, standing at attention, and falling in. Some say they did more falling down than falling in. Advanced cadets attended a six week summer camp in 1968 at Ft. Benning. Ga.. and all attended two weekend training camps at Camp McCoy, Wis. Activities during this first year in operation included a Christmas tree sale, formation of a Pershing Rifles group, and a spring Military Ball. 66Whipping new cadets into shape is a long step by step process of right and loft. ROTC Cadets Commandeer Parking Lot to Practice Drills Capt. Ronald Jacobs talks to prospective recruits. Attention means stand up straight with head erect. Framed, a look to the future of the ROTC program. Lt. Colonel R. Sherwood emphasizes his point to First Lts. Maniella and Blattner. 67WSU-O Earns Title Starting on Thursday afternoons and extending until Saturday afternoons the weekend exoduses began. The resident halls emptied completely out except for a few of the more unfortunate out-of-state students who had to remain in their rooms or for those persons who needed the weekend to catch up on the studying which they had not done during the week. Students could be seen hitchhiking out of town with signs saying "Student to Madison'" or simply with thumbs extended. The bus and train stations were filled with travelers waiting for the first ride out of town. The ride board, sponsored by the Alpha Phi Omega as service to students, was in constant use as the restless ones hunted for rides home, to other universities, or such exciting places as Daytona Beach or Ft. Lauderdale. Living in a dorm requires a girl to sign out for her destination ... whether it be home or not. Ready for the weekend, the packed suitcase and duffc' bag indicate a change of pace from campus life. _______________ Hitchhiking has its bad points especially during early spring weather.“Suitcase College" The parking problem outside of the resident halls increased on Fridays as a steady stream of cars stopped in front of them to load and unload suitcases. A major problem for the travelers was trying to find space for seven people in a Volkswagen, but finding space for their seven suitcases was even more impossible. Girls were required to sign out from their residence saying where they were going and in some cases where they were not going. The boys were more fortunate and had none of the tedious procedures of signing out to cope with. They simply packed their bags, pocketed their wallets, and took off for destinations unknown. Sundays marked the end of the weekend and time to return to school. Many a student tearfully said good-bye to a special friend and then settled down to another week of writing letters and planning. Finding room in the trunk for all of the luggage is often a challenge for the most experienced traveler. Waiting for a ride requires patience for the student who eagerly anticipates a weekend away from the campus. 69The Library Is . . . The library is a place to study—for most people. For some, it's a place where you can sit and stare at the page of a book and daydream about—well—almost anything. It's a quiet place, where if you must communicate with a friend, you use sign language or scribble notes. Pages turn, papers shuffle, and people whisper creating a symphony of silence. The library is a great vault of knowledge—its archives date back centuries. The aura of learning is so intense that you can almost taste it. You cannot help feeling it—sometimes you can smell it. Students spend countless hours among the books and tables, reading, studying, contemplating both great ideas and insignificant thoughts. In the end. all of this studying will result in thoughts—some great, some not so great. 70Al Hirt Performs for Tenth Annual Winter Carnival His jolly voice carries warmth throughout the hall as he sings and talks. "Jazz King," Al Hirt was the highlight of the Tenth Annual Winter Carnival at WSU-O. He presented his concert in Albee Gym on the evening of February 12 amidst the applause of an enthusiastic audience. He entertained his appreciative listeners with many of his popular hits such as "Java" and "Cotton Candy." During intermission of the concert Cheri Decker, sponsored by Chi Omega sorority, was crowned queen and John Besch. sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon, was crowned as king. Their court consisted of Kathy Brown. Alphi Phi sorority, and Kay King of the Ski Heilers. The men on the court were Bob Messer, Scott Hall, and Steve Berman, Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. Queen Cheri and King John reigned over the activities of the week which were culminated by a dance on Saturday night. 72It is funtime—full of laughter and smiles. Cheri Decker and John Bcsch begin their reign with smiles. The sparkling eyes and happy smile assured a good time for all. Tho golden sounds of Al Hirt's golden horn thrilled the crowd. 73Coeds really get a workout in the og-sawing contest on Saturday afternoon. The women's obstado relay proves to be quite a challenge for these girls. Icy Temps Fail to The outdoor gomes of winter carnival were held out in the cold, biting wind and frigid temperatures. However, the weather did not dampen the spirit or enthusiasm of any of the participants. A record number of thirty-four campus organizations. including thousands of WSU-O students, competed for this year’s President's Cup. A great many of them took part in the competition held at Blackhawk Recreation Area. The contests varied from a strenuous log-sawing competition to vigorous games of broom hockey. Log-rolling and a women's obstacle relay were other features of the outdoor games of Winter Carnival '69. A broom, a ball, and a bag ... fun. fun. fun.Dampen Spirit of Winter Games A spirited game of broom hockey is fun—even if it is impossible to score. 75 X ▼5EI T v art of c% sculpturing a ot of Wd work but t also much fun. f}%t Tm T aV oo, strength, and teamworV go into the Cutting of the ico. The ice for the ice-sculpturing contest arrived on Thursday afternoon and by Saturday afternoon the sculptures had to be completed. Many dedicated workers stood out in the cold air and in the late hours of the night chipped and chiseled away at the ice in an attempt to create a masterpiece. The final result of their hard work was the humorous and creative display of "adver-icements” which sat out on the lawn in front of the union. As the warmer weather invaded Oshkosh, the ice statues began to melt, but while they remained they served as "adver-icements" for Winter Carnival ‘69.The sculptors use their ingenuity to mold the ice. Sculptors Chip and Chisel to Create "Adver-icements" Once a mistake is made in ice sculpturing, it can't be corrected. Dog days will be here in August, but this fellow won’t. 77Taylor Hall girls work hard to finish their sculpture. Leftovers from a big party at the Chi Omega house? final touches. TKE members prepare their sculpture for judging. 78Snow Sculptures Pop Up — Create "Land of the Giants" The snow sculpturing contest meant late hours and cold hands for the artists who created the elaborate snowmen. The snow was hauled in from all over campus and the huge snow people soon became temporary (until the sun came out) residents of the campus. Ski Heilers placed first in the snow sculpture with its entry entitled "Babies Are Our Business, Our Only Business." Second place went to Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity for its sculpture entitled "The Big Swinger." The snow sculpturing contest provided fun for all who participated in it. A record number of entries in the contest dispelled rumors of apathy on the WSU-O campus. Snow sculptures popped up all over campus, especially at Titan Court which looked like it had been invaded by an army of snow giants. Others of the invaders stood sentry over the rest of the campus, surveying the activities of Winter Carnival '69. All angles are checked to make sure of complotenoss. Fine details such as this tiger’s ears must be carved out carefully. Large areas are scraped and smoothed, and then sprayed with paint. 79Lumberjack Breakfast: Pie and Pretzels? Somo WSU-O students are professionals. The indoor games of Winter Carnival were held during a Lumberjack Breakfast which featured a Blueberry Pie Eating Contest and a Chug-a-lug Contest. Bob Boetsch ate 25 ounces of blueberry pie, blindfolded and without the use of hands in two minutes. Norb Hill drank four 8-ounce glasses of fruit punch in 6.75 seconds to win the Chug-a-lug Contest. In the newly founded girls feats at the Lumberjack Breakfast, Carol Gilbert was the first girl to blow a bubble that lasted for three counts in the Blow 'em Bubble String and All Contest. Pam D'Orazio devoured 25 pretzel sticks in 44 seconds and then whistled to be named winner of the Eat 'em Quick Pretzel Trick. A prompter urges his friend on to victory. Bibs can catch the spills of messy chuggers.Pretzel Eaters Pucker Up It’s called a pretzel eating contest. First, you eat 25 pretzels. Second you think real hard. Then you pucker up and whistle like Kathi Beyers did. And the race is on ... Contestants ponder on their ability to produco a salty sound. Kathi Beyors manages to puclor up and whistl signifying the finale. 81The personality of Jean Schedler is that of a college girl. She is a Delta Zeta. and the best dressed on campus. Miss Jean M. Schedler, a senior from Mukwonago was named the best dressed coed on the WSU-O campus. The contest was held in accordance with the "Top Ten College Girl" contest held annually by GLAMOUR magazine. Miss Schedler. a member of the Delta Zeta sorority, will represent WSU-O in the national contest. The contest which was sponsored locally by Associated Women Students featured three areas of competition—sportswear, casual wear, and formal evening wear. Girls were judged on all-over appearance, figure, clothes style, and personality and poise. 82AWS Sponsors Women's Week Ashley Montague, author and lecturer, highlighted the WSU-O Women's week sponsored by the Associated Women Students March 9 through 15. Montague spoke March 10 in the Little Theater on "The Natural Superiority of Women," which was the title of one of his most popular books. "Abortion—Should It Be Legalized?’ was the topic of a panel discussion in Scott Hall. Reverend Ron Kleiber, Jacob Shapiro, professor of biology, and Mrs. Max Bowman were the members of the panel. A fashion panel and show held in cooperation with Jericho, Inc.. Oshkosh’s newest boutique, was presented on March 13. in the university lounge. lean SchedlerNamed Best Dressed Coed This is the elegance of the best dressed woman. Mr. Ashley Montague, a famous lecturer, spoke on the natural superiority of women. These two unidentified women contemplate the advice of Mr. Montague. 83WSU Junior Linda Graff Wins Miss Oshkosh Crown The large silver crown on the backdrop of the stage glittered almost as brightly as did Miss Linda Louise Graff as she performed during the talent competition of the Miss Oshkosh pageant. As the pageant progressed, the suspense heightened, for only one girl could be Earned Miss Oshkosh. The competition was particularly keen in talent, where each of the nine finalists "put her best foot forward" for her own rendition, be it singing or dance or a combination of the two. As always the pageant ended with the newly-crowned Miss Oshkosh walking to the end of the runway in the traditional Miss America walk." 84Linda Louise Graff. 20. a junior from Wauwatosa was chosen Miss Oshkosh for 1969. The coronation ended long weeks of preparation that began before Thanksgiving with a Pepsi party" and ended with the Saturday night pageant. Miss Graff said the process of becoming Miss Oshkosh was "long, very tiring, quite tedious and hard on the feet, but I would encourage anybody to try it." Two other WSU-O coeds placed in the Miss Oshkosh pageant. Myrna Radi, sophomore from Oshkosh, was first runner-up and Linda Usinger. junior from Madison, was second runner-up. Miss Usinger was voted Miss Congeniality by the contestants. The award was patterned after the Miss America congeniality award. Miss Linda Graff roigns as Miss Oshkosh of 1969. Miss Linda Usinger is lauded Miss Congeniality. 85Don Shirley Offers Musical Variety and Interest Don Shirley and his Trio capture the mood of the music which they play. One of the members of Don Shirley's trio adds the bass beat for the music. Don Shirley, "probably one of the most gifted pianists in the business." according to Esquire magazine, appeared in Oshkosh on the evening of February 5. Heading his own Don Shirley Trio, he performed in the Civic Auditorium as part of the Town and Gown series' Don Shirley's music could not be categorized as any specific style. He entertained his audience by playing classical as well as folk and modern works. To all of his music he added imagination. to create an interesting program. The applause is thunderous for the program. 86Misha Dichter Plays Schubert's 'Sonata' at Civic Auditorium Misha Dichter, the American pianist who last year won a great ovation in Moscow for his participation in the third International Tchaikovsky Competition, appeared at .the Oshkosh Civic Auditorium on the evening of February 27. His performance was one of the highlights of the 1968-1969 season for the Town and Gown series. Dichter in his program thrilled his audience with his playing of "Sonata in A minor, opus 143" by Schubert. His other numbers also included "Sonata in F minor, opus 57" by Beethoven, six preludes by Rachmaninoff, and "Sonata 7, opus 83" by Prokofiev. Dichter thrills the audience with his presentation of the works of Schubert. Misha Dichter puts feeling into his performance.Rushees Become Acquainted With Sorority Life 88(Loft) Fun with the Alpha Xi Delta’s. The food is half the fun of the parties—the other half is the girls. The sororities provide entertainment for the girls. Sorority life is a casual life. Greek rushing was held the week of February 17 through March 4. During this time all girls interested in pledging a sorority had an opportunity to become acquainted with the different sororities on campus. The week began with ice water teas during which the girls were introduced to sorority life. The sororities then sent out invitations to their informal parties. After a series of these parties, invitations were again sent out to the rushees for attendance at the formal parties. After the formal parties, preference cards were filled in and bids sent out. The girls who were extended bids were then faced with the prospect of being pledges on the way to becoming members of the sorority. Gamma Sigma Sigma serenades their rushees. 89Eight Fraternities Entertain ot the chapter's history Most information is not gained from the podium, but from informal discussions over punch.Prospective Pledges at Smokers This AKL active was in charge of the ice-cubes and keeping the "punch" cold. Sotting their best foot forward, fraternities display all of their trophies and awards for the prospective pledges to see. Rush period for the fraternities differed from that of the sororities. It began with a series of open smokers which were open to any interested men. A man could attend as many of these functions as he desired in order to acquaint himself with the different fraternities. After he had decided which of the fratern:ties he wished to join, he handed in a preference card stating the choices he had made. The fraternities then considered the cards and decided which of the rushees they would ask to become their pledges. When a man had been accepted as a pledge, he spent a probational period from eight to ten weeks during which he had to prove his ability to live up to the standard of brotherhood of the fraternity. He could at any time during this period be dropped by the fraternity. 91Jim Baugnet skis through a wooded area. Coming to a rather abrupt finish. Bob Wolters does not give up. Ski Heilers Travel Winter meant snow, and snow meant skiing for a number of WSU-O students. They were members of the Ski Heilers who took advantage of the cooperative weatherman and traveled north on weekends to try out the slopes at Indian Head. Mt. Telemark, and Pine Mountain. There they enjoyed the sensations of getting a sunburned face in the middle of winter and of breathing the fresh, clean air. For the beginners it was a time of sore muscles and many bruises, while for the more expert skiers the weekends proved to be a time for practice, fun. and lots of parties. Peeking around a tree is Debbie Racine. 92North to Try Out Hills Bob Wolters has many problems in climbing over a fence on skis. Hold on tight, close your eyes, and pray and you'll havo a safe trip on the T-bar. Guy Webster takes time out for some liquid refreshment. Jumping adds many thrills to the skier. 93To many, St. Pat's Day is anothor confused swarm of PEOPLE ... Local Pubs Provide the "Hustle Racket" The bars of Oshkosh provided many of the students of WSU-O with an opportunity to drown their sorrows and forget everything, to celebrate a good grade, or to meet new people. This "beer culture" contributed to the "hustle racket," both male and female. The local pubs allowed the members of the opposite sex to mingle together. talk, and become better acquainted. Sometimes at the end of the night when all of his money was gone a young man would invite a young lady to walk home with him or to go to a party which often ended up as tea for two minus the tea. To others it is a "formal affair.' To others it is an excuse to escape ... 94To a select few it is a get together of friends ... To others it is a holiday in name only ... And to still others it is a status symbol.Sander Vanocur Trades Quips Informally with Students, and Offers Insight Into Politics 96 Sander Vanocur. NBC correspondent and political analyst, appeared as part of the Student Government lecture series on Tuesday. March I I. Vanocur said that "winds of change" made him optimistic about the future of the United States." He also pointed out that the source of change must come from youth. Later during his stay in Oshkosh. Mr. Vanocur talked informally with students telling them about the time he was in Oshkosh covering John F. Kennedy's primary campaign in I960. Vanocur expressed confusion over the fact that he appeals to youth. He related. "NBC ran a poll, and according to it I am popular with the young people. At 41. I would hate to think that I'm NBC's only link with the youth of this nation." "it must be my long sideburns." he chuckled. Sandor Vanocur discusses political problems and social disorder.Al Capp Cuts Quips at College Kids During a speech here, noted humorist and cartoonist Al Capp threw criticisms at the WSU-O student body on the pretext of answering precomposed questions. Asked by a QUIVER reporter if he could at least say one nice thing about college students, he replied, "Students are good for carrying luggage." Finally he broke down and said. "Of course, the students I'm talking about are the 5% who are bad. not the 95% who are clean-cut, All-American kids. But if you have cancer in 5% of your body, you're in trouble." Al Capp pauses for a brief cup of coffee before he speaks to students. The character and wit of a talented cartoonist are expressed in his philosophy. 97Books, Checks, Stamps, Fun Tho nowsstand has a selection of the popular, current magozines. Card players can test their skill in the Cavern recreation area of the union. The union's Cavern provides facilities for playing poo'. For rocreation students can use the union's bowling alley. In Reeve Union The Reeve Memorial Union provided many services for the students at WSU-O. It maintained a bookstore, a newsstand and post office. a bowling alley, and many other activities of interest. It was a place for fun. a place to meet old friends end to get acquainted with new ones. The lounges upstairs in the union supplied a quiet, peaceful spot to study or just to get away and catch a few minutes of rest between classes. The bookstore and newsstand were always filled with students waiting to cash checks, purchase materials, or to buy stamps to write home and ask for money. The union lounge is a resting spot for students. The union bookstore provides study materials, stationery, and other items. This student finds recreation in playing the pinball machines in the Cavern. 99Students Gather in Titan Room A knitting nook is created during spare moments. A cigarette, cup of coffee, textbook, and student make a study area. Sometimes two heads are better than one for solving problems. It's been a hard day's night—time to catch a few winks. 100Between Classes The Titan Room served as a home for many students during the leisure hours between classes. It was a snack bar. study lounge, resting place, and a gathering point for groups. From seven o'clock in the morning until the Titan Room closed at night, the juke box could be heard as a background beat for the steady hum of conversation in the room. A cup of coffee or a coke were the drawing cards for many students who missed their dinner. It is fun to dream of far away places. It is fun to dream of now and then and then and now. The Titan Room is a home during the day for many students. 101Warm Spring Rains Springtime in Oshkosh was marked by puddles, puddles, and more puddles. As the heavy winter snows started to melt under the warm rays of the spring sun. wet shoes and muddy feet began to appear all over campus. Students found it impossible to walk anywhere without getting sprayed by passing cars or being splashed by other students as they tried to jump the water-holes. The numerous construction sites made areas of the campus a virtual "no-man's land." In spots the mud and water were so deep that students had to take an extensive detour to get around them. The unseasonably warm weather which prompted some girls to sunbathe on St. Patrick's Day also helped to establish Oshkosh as the "City of Puddles." Finding the best way to "beat" the puddles was to jump ’em. This coed used a car for support. Hesitation was the byword of most students walking on campus. 102Help to Establish Oshkosh as "City of Puddles"Students in television courses plan and tape their own programs, Tom Andrews makes fine adjustments on the control board in the tv studio. Students Produce and Direct Dave Wills looks on as Bill Carson shows him how to run the controls. 104Reading off the back of an album, Del Banta fills in details to his listeners. Radio and TV Shows This year WSU-O boasted both its own television and radio stations. The television station which was wholly student run, produced, and directed, sponsored "The Scene Today." This program which could be seen on the closed circuit televisions in Clow presented different activities of interest on the campus. The radio station. WRST-FM, was a student run 88.1 megacycle. 10 watt FM station. It contained a varied format of music and special features. These programs could be heard in Gruenhagen and Scott Halls on the AM station 590. These projects offered the students opportunities to become acquainted with the radio and television industry and to display their talents to the rest of the student body. A master at the board, Bill Carson has a tiny tv set to fill in the long minutes during songs. Prior to showtime, campus disk jockeys sort through albums making selections for their programs. 105Joan Slota says that it is time for a study break, and husband Phil agrees. Phil checks the announcements at Clow Social Science Center. Phil's studies in Psychology are interesting to Joan who is a social worker. Right: even with a tight schedule. Phil takes time out to practice his putting. School's a Nice PlaceRita, a student teacher, helps ono of her students. Rita adds the finishing touches to supper while husband Peter watches. to Be When Married Peter and Rita Van Groll have been married for ten months. For them, there just didn't seem to be enough hours in the day what with working, shopping, studying, and taking care of the apartment. On the subject of marriage: Rita—"When you're married, college life is the best, because it's the only time both are working toward the same goals. You can help understand each other's pressures and problems." Peter summed it up in this way. "It's groovy." Phil and Joan Slota have been married for one year and ten months. Phil and Joan seemed to concur that it's possible for a newly married couple going to school to have financial problems, especially if high rent payments have to be made. Phil spent four years in the Navy and he is quite glad service is over. He was also glad he volunteered and that there are no draft worries. He said. "The Gl bill comes in quite handy." According to both couples, marriage is wonderful and school is a nice place to be when you're married. Peter again, summed it up this way. "livin' is lovin', and if you love her, marry her." After a busy day, the Van Grolls take it easy by watching television. 107The expression of this perception is gratification to an artist. Students Strive for Perspectives in Art The art students at WSU-O could be easily distinguished from other students by the large brown folders which they carried with them all over campus. They could sometimes be found lounging in the shade of a tree contemplating the color of a piece of grass or sitting at the bottom of the stairs in Dempsey figuring the perspective of a hallway. They were also found perfecting their pottery, creating a masterpiece with water paints, or forming an interesting sculpture. Many of the art students displayed their works in the showcases of the union. Others were entered in contests and some of the lucky artists were able to walk home with the satisfaction of winning and knowing that they had created something of beauty and value. 108 Visual analysis of an expression requires much time for the true artist.Art it often a very practical skill. The undertaking of an artistic masterpiece is far greater than the mess incurred. From useloss objects creative ability is expressed. The arrangement of a pattern is a painstaking feat. 109An innocent Funny Girl reacts precariously with the facts of life. “Funny Girl" Is Not So Funny NO A beautiful bride the Funny Girl is not. "Funny Girl" was sold out. Too bad. Town and Gown patrons, who had waited so long for the performance of the smash Barbra Streisand musical, applauded bravely and laughed on cue but somehow the show just didn't come off as planned. The spirits of the audience and the cast were raised with the patriotic "Rat-tat-tat-tat” sequence. A bright stars and stripes set mixed with brilliant costumed and good dancers made this scene the highlight of the show. Evelyn Baron appeared as Fanny Brice and Mike Miller tried hard as Nick Arnstein, husband of the famed star. This costumo is indicative of the elegance of the production.The orchestra's selection affords full use of both the woodwind and horn sections of the orchestra. An exuberant conductor, a gifted pianist and a deft, precise orchestra proved a winning combination for two standing ovations for the Moscow State Symphony’s all Tchaikovsky concert on Sunday evening, March 9. In performing one of the three Tchaikovsky concertos, pianist Nicolai Petrov quite obviously pleased his audience whose applause called him back to the stage for an encore. The audience's two standing ovations prompted three encores from the orchestra, to end with dignity and joy a beautiful performance. The percussion soction of the orchestra provides interest for the music. Two Standing Ovations Prompt Three Encores from Orchestra The orchostra at times seems to be dominated by the overwhelming strings.In 1969 Fashion Went to the Heads of the Class 112Little Red Riding Hoods and furry hats made winter more comfortable for WSU-O coeds who braved the Wisconsin wind and snow. Winter brought the Russian look. and black fox fur made a warm hat ... for those who could afford it. 113Scarves '69 Scarves are a good cover-up and easy to hide behind when the instructor whose class you just cut walks by. The year 1969 came swishing in as scarves hit the scene. Suddenly, girls felt an irresistible urge to "cover up." overreacting to recent trends toward nude fashions. Scarves were the perfect answer. Around the head, a scarf covered the hair you forgot to wash the night before. Neele scarves hid a small bustline and provided a good excuse for buttoning the top button on a blouse. And the sash around the tummy helped to hide that little bulge that coeds develop after too much beer-drinking. Prints and patterns came back in ... on scarves, and mothers everywhere dug into their closets for their old scarves. "Glad I saved these." exclaimed Aunt Martha, pulling out an old scarf bearing a likeness of Warren G. Harding. But she really wasn't "in." for moderns wore scarves that were stripey, dotty, paisley, and ... sexy.115Fashion 1968-69 In fashion, this was the year of the three and four-letter word. We went from mini- to maxi-, middy-, and then mod. Girls started wearing the pants in the family again with the arrival of low-waisted hiphuggers, bellbottoms, flairs, and that freaky in-between, the pant-dress. At the hip, belts went to huge buckles, chains, and sashes. And in an all-out conspiracy, blouses suddenly buttoned at the top and scarves replaced the decollete. At first they were called bellbottoms. Then someono invented a now kind called flairs, then came elephant legs, and stovepipes. Whatever, the Navy did it first. 116One of several fashion shows during the year, the AW$ show featured selections from Jericho, a local fashion boutique. Flair cuffs followed flair bellbottoms, and some hardware store probably got rich making belts out of chains. 117Ono need not fear drowning when they purposely go out into the deeper water. The will to keep fit are the essentials of modern dance. 118Fencing it quite a popular sport at Oshkosh with even novices. It is an art and sport which requires much skill and practico. Fun and Games in Albee ... .. , Those who are not proficient in litesavmg always pray a Many students at WSU-O found the facilities of Albee gym an escape from the problems of the day. Many others discovered that they tended to present new worries. like how to keep from getting .stabbed or how to kiss in a swimming pool without getting water in the mouth. Fencing was a popular form of recreation. Lessons were given to those who desired instruction in the art of sword-fighting or to those who simply wanted some lessons in self-defense. Modern dance or creative dance, as it is also known, allowed many coeds to display their creative abilities and to gain a certain amount of physical agility and poise. Swimming was a popular form of recreation for both girls and guys. Coed swimming proved to be a time for fun and games, and sometimes even love. 119120And tho rule of a Union with every University still stands. It was decided early in the planning stages to emphasize the campus concept by constructing several buildings rather than one-building, strictly institutional type arrangement. A residential campus character was deemed desirable, in that one goal is to encourage students to identify with the campus, and not to create an environment that would result in a "one stop, shop and go" variety of education. It became apparent that five buildings would be necessary to provide the program envisioned. These were later constructed and include a library-administration complex. a student center, a classroom building. a science building, and a physical education facility. The campus was so designed that by adding to the library and student center, and by constructing another science building and another classroom building, the capacity could be doubled to 1800 students. Provisions have been made to incorporate the latest instructional and educational developments and innovations. Fond du Lac Campus Opens Its Doors in Fall of '68 In tho Union the recreational facilities are not complete without pool. 121The indication of an expanding University is the building of extensions. Ultra modern buildings of the campus exemplify the wise use of area and facilities. 250 Students Open Fond du LacCampus History is the story of people, and the history of the Fond du Lac Campus was primarily the story of the people of Fond du Lac County. The story began in 1963 when the Wisconsin coordinating committee for Higher Education designated Fond du Lac as a potential site for a two-year branch campus as part of its "outreach" plan to bring higher education within easy reach of students. Construction on the campus began September 1967 and in September of 1968 the Fond du Lac campus opened its doors to about two hundred and fifty students. The Dean of the school is Willard Henken who has planned the operation of the campus. The Fond du Lac Campus is a branch of the Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. The same personal influences of the students breed here. 122Doan Willard Henken is the head of the new extension at Fond du Lac. The modern architecture is indicative of the new campus. The Physical education building is a major accomplishment.Empty chairs stand waiting for students to arrive for their first classes. Campus Offers Two Year Curricula Curricular offerings at the Campus encompassed the first two years of a four-year sequence in the liberal arts and sciences, elementary and secondary education, business administration, pre-engineering and pre-professional courses. Students were able to pursue work in thirty-eight undergraduate majors and minors, as well as in medical technology and natural resources. Modern laboratory facilities are attractive. A student pauses to reflect on the day's lesson and other happenings. 124New Mall Alleviates Congestion by Bill Leach Congestion is a major problem on this campus. Herbert L. Gaede. special assistant to the president in charge of buildings and coordinator of long-term planning, recognizes a two-fold problem here. "We are an urban school. We're always going to have a high density of buildings and population, and therefore congestion. A fair amount of congestion results from poor traffic flow rather than the number of people involved.'" Gaede said. He sees three possible steps to improve this situation: —The central mall running from Dempsey to the Union was designed to take people off Algoma Blvd. —A planned crosswalk past Dempsey and over to Harrington and another between Albee and Demp- sey would practically make it necessary to cross Algoma in only two locations. These crosswalks would join the main mall on either side of Dempsey. —More loading and unloading parking near the dorms would provide for a faster turnover of spaces and less congestion on Algoma. This is a long-range plan. The Political Science Society (PSS) started a campaign to close Algoma Blvd. to all traffic at the point where it runs through the campus in mid-December. No further action followed. The University has no desire to close Algoma Blvd. "It's a pleasant front door to the University and it's a nice street." Gaede said. "As a matter of fact, it's one of the better looking streets in Oshkosh." he added. The street has to be maintained because of its sewer and power lines and because of the access it provides to the University for fire fighting equipment. What Gaede would like to see is better control of auto traffic on Algoma. If the city would make it more attractive to go around campus instead of through it. or rather, make it less attractive to go through campus. the result would be lighter traffic on the University thoroughfare. This could be achieved by making Elmwood Ave. a one-way street in a northerly direction and by maintaining High Ave. as a one-way street in a southerly direction. Proposals to this effect have come from both city and University officials. Gaede called the Algoma issue a "city problem. It's not a problem for the students: they get across." he said. Gaede didn't have too much to say for the rarely used pedestrian bridges that have been erected onThe now mall, scheduled to be completed in fall, is designed to take the congestion off of Algoma Blvd. 'm't'°'Pd new mall. h° Uard,an h, other campuses to alleviate congestion. "If we'd build high enough fences so studnets would have no choice but to use a pedestrian bridge, the project might be worthwhile. except for the fact that the fences and bridge itself would ruin the remaining beauty of the campus." When the four new buildings currently being built and planned are completed here, there shouldn't be much more of a burden to traffic than there now is. Gaede said. He was referring to the Nursing-Education Building adjoining Clow Hall (this would result in a small increase in Algoma crossing); the Fine Arts Center (there would be little trouble in crossing Woodland); the physical education complex (a slight problem could arise here because the prob- able major crossing area would be right after the curve on High Ave. Flashing lights would be installed on High Ave. even with Clow Hall to warn motorists of the expected student crowds.); and Blackhawk Commons (this too would result in a small increase in Algoma crossing). WSU-O’s problem of congestion as compared to other universities is an "intermediate thing. It's not so bad as we think it is because we haven’t experienced anything worse." Gaede said. The general principle of campus planning is to have the library and administrative offices in the center of campus, the academic buildings on one end. and the residence halls on the other. "As far as WSU-O is concerned, we're following that plan just about perfectly," Gaede stated. 127Student Government was anything but inactive this year. Activity ranging from a whole new system of representation to a racial crisis to a threatened strike kept the senate working almost constantly. They were forced into action by Black Thursday before they had held their first meeting. The threatened strike forced the senate to make decisions, often unpopular, that would affect 11,000 students in one way or another. Long Tuesday night sessions and outside work concerning the senate often kept senators from enjoying social activities presented by WSU-O. David Frank, President of the Student Body, performs with flexibility in formation of the new Student Senate. Student senators devote endless hours of their schedules to deliberation. Dean Bealer acts os mediator from tho admin istratioc. Left to right: Lynn Wienant. academic council. Dennis Randall, united council. Robert Strong. Lynn Kuhns, Scott Johnston, Cindy Thorpe. Andrea Hutbner. Mary Ellen Ryf, Tom Balliet, Dean Peterson.The Student Senate meetings often last long, tedious hours. New Student Senate Survives Strife, Demonstrations, and a Threatened Strike Let to right: Joyco Dornor. Scott Wilton. Essie Simms. Rolland Johns. David Cole. David Blaslo. Tom Marotz. Dan Schaad. Lynda Erickson. Richard McDonald. Ron Ziwisky. Howard Kamens, Wm. Wolslo. Tho impact of a more liberal influence is felt 129Sara Marola, Miss Residence Hall 1968. smiles as she begins her iiqn. The greased pig race rneans a challenge and a flop for the racer. Threo little pigs—all greased and ready to be caught. 130 Residence Halls, Greeks A beauty pageant, a buffet dinner, a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, the MIA elections, a campus wide open house, games, big name entertainment, and a b’ood drive were all part of the activities during Resident Hall Week—1968. The crowning of Miss Sara Marola as Miss Residence Hall started the week's festivities. The Resident Hall games, including novelty races, eating contests, and other competitions were held over the weekend at the Blackhawk Recreation area. The Buckinghams, a Chicago rock group, were the headliners for the encore series held in cooperation with Greek Week. The Buckinghams turned out to be kind of a drag, but the reception that the secondary group the Circus received was surprising. The brick carrying contest proves a heavy challenge.A new type of chariot run by four-manpower wins. Sponsor Two Weeks of Greek Week 1968 was founded not as a fun week alone, but as a chance for Greeks to show the campus and community that they are a functioning body. Activities started out with a convocation at the Newman Center with Reverend N. F. Nordstrom as the keynote speaker. Also featured was an open house at the sorority and fraternity houses, and a dance at Titan Court featuring the Temptations. Dr. Robert E. White of the physical education department was announced as the Greek faculty member of the year. A picnic, including competitive events and the announcement of the outstanding Greek man and woman of the year was held over the weekend. Fun and Games at WSU-O Tho pyramid requires stamina, balance, and a light girl on top. Gritted toeth and bitten tongue help to gain strength for the muscle pulling game of tug-of-war.Bill Carson and Sandy Hamachek have a Ball in more ways than one. There is always the personal touch in having a wonderful evening. Happiness is being King and Queen for an evening. President and Mrs. Guiles have a fine time. Kathi Beyers, escorted by John Cibcik. finds the air of elegance at the formal. 132Spring Ball Is Held Midst Turbans and Flying Carpets King Norb Hill and his queen Billi Dawn Wolfe ruled over the Moorish wonderland of Kismet during the spring ball held on April 25, 1968. Visitors to this Middle Eastern realm found themselves in the midst of old Bagdad, flying carpets, and turbans, while being serenaded by the music of Russ Carlyle and his Orchestra. Ron Schreier crowned the King with a sultan's turban while he in turn crowned his queen with an oriental tiara. Wanderers to the second floor of the gym were swept into the era of Bonnie and Clyde, complete with a 1930's dance hall and the music of the Ides of March. Queen Billi Dawn Wolfe and King Norb Hill reign ovor the wonderland of Kismet. Prom can be tun—even if you don't like to dance. ’CTmirtirn? mew 133Spring Sunshine Brings Hot Days, Painful Sunburns, A squirt of water helps to induce a suntan and to cool off a sunburn. The warmth of the sun and the dean, fresh spring air cause a person to sleep right through a forgotten class. How nice spring is—no worries about gloves or boots or scarves. The Outside quads serve as gathering places for friends. 134 and Spring Fever The return from Easter vacation marked the beginning of the suntan season. The lucky students who went to Florida or the Bahamas over vacation already had a headstart on their more unfortunate companions. However, as the sun became hotter and the days grew longer a new method of studying could be noted all over the campus. Girls and guys emerged from their winter study lounges and stuffy rooms to lie in the sunshine and try to absorb some of the sun's energy. The study was more often than not forgotten in the problems of spreading suntan lotion, spraying each other with water, tuning the radio, and discussing sunburn remedies with neighbors. No one seemed to mind the lack of studying. for most of the students seemed to be suffering from an acute case of spring fever. A bucket of water on an unsuspecting stomach cads' to the undoing of friendships. Ahhh, the joys of outdoor life ... ants, dry skin, painful sunburns and spring fever. 135KELSON LAFOLLETtt ti The Nolson-l.aFollotte campaign train makes a stop in Oshkosh. Senator Nelson takes time to talk with interested students. A handshake and a smile are trademarks of a politician. 136Political Figures Speak in Oshkosh Because 1968 was an election year, a number of prominent state and national politicians visited Oshkosh and the WSU-O campus to talk with interested students. On Friday. September 27. the Nelson-La Fol-lette campaign train came through Oshkosh bringing with it two of the candidates for senator and governor of Wisconsin. Senator Gaylord Nelson, a candidate for re-election, visited the campus and spoke cut-side Dempsey Hall to a large crowd of interested listeners. Another campaigner who made a stop in Oshkosh was vice-presidential candidate Spiro T. Agnew who spoke at Winnebago County Airport. State Senator Jarris Leonard speaks with vice-presidential candidate Spiro T. Agnew (right). lre invited To An Old I •' ■ -V, STOP RAi. NELSON LA FOLLETTE CAMPAIGN SPECIAL Friday, September 27, 1968 Train Station o’clock r«e LaFollcttc roccives a warm welcome from the students and citizens of Oshkosh. LETTE 137 The Presidency: In Black Concentrating faces. Grogory on stage Seig heil to racists. It takes expression. Your time has come,'' Dick Gregory said. You've got to demonstrate now that you don't like what we old fools' are doing to your world. We don't know any better, but your generation hasn't learned to be as foolish . . . yet.” He was speaking to a group of more than 2500 WSU-O sludents who crowded into Albee Hall to see him. The only demonstration was by a group of about 150 black students who sat en masse in the bleachers under a huge sign proclaiming "Gregory for President.” Gregory appeared alone behind a podium at the front of the gym. His solo performance was in direct contrast to that of George Wallace, who had appeared the same afternoon. The black leader told cheering students that the old generation is responsible for America's difficulties. He said they must not teach their children to be fools, for they are the hope of society. After his speech. Gregory remained for 45 minutes to answer individual questions. As campaign literature, he passed out "dollar” bills. On one side was a picture of himself. On the reverse side were the scales of justice and the dove of peace.. . . And White It takes courage "Your time has come." George Wallace said. "You'd better demonstrate now. because there will be no demonstrations after I'm elected president." He was speaking to a group of about 5,000 WSU-O students, who crowded the streets around Monument Square to jeer and heckle him. Signs read "Heil Georgie!" and "Re-elect Lincoln!" Thousands shouted "Seiq heil!" in unison. A dozen personal bodyguards surrounded Wallace, who spoke from an elevated podium from which it was difficult to see—or shout—him from ground level. Two hundred and fifty policemen from surrounding counties provided extra security. Directly behind Wallace, three bronze soldiers charged onward, ironically in memory of Union soldiers who died in the Civil War. Wallace said that the new generation is responsible for America's difficulties. He turned to jeering students and called them anarchists—a threat to our society. He left suddenly after one of the "anarchists" threw an apple core that hit his shoulder. A kits for anarchists Wallace's campaign supporters passed out gold embossed coins to some. On one side was a picture of Wallace—on the other a descending eagle, talons outstretched. Black power ... 139Student Leaders Dissolve SGL by Harvey Roesler WSU-O’s student government was like the weather. Everyone complained about it. but no one did anything about it . . . until this year. The year started out like any other year as far as Student Government (SGL) was concerned. David Frank, student body president and presiding officer of SGL. began the year with hopes that this year would be different. It soon became evident to observers that even though the administration seemed willing to play ball with the student groups (many committee seats that had been long sought were being offered). SGL was going to continue on its merry way getting hung up on petty parliamentary procedures and bickering about small insignificant matters. The university was growing in awareness, and more students than ever were following with interest the actions of SGL. Parking was a big problem in the beginning of the year. Much controversy was going on in all areas of the university community. SGL. however, after only a 45 minute presentation by new parking director Douglas Picht, gave a vote of confidence to his plan, even though it recommended that students pay a $20 fee. Many outsiders felt the government had sold them out. Faculty and civil service people discussed the matter intensively before settling it. SGL merely said. OK. fine, whatever you say. Another example that was pointed to when discussing SGL's seeming unwillingness to take any action, occurred in the spring semester of 1967-68. Student body president Dave Frank initiated the dissolution of Student Government Legislature. Just before examinations, students noticed that no day had been set aside for review. A committee was set up. and the results were the same. No review day. SGL accepted it. A small group of independent students took it upon themselves to get 4.000 signatures on a petition and confront the administration. The review day was granted. Students do have power, and many felt their SGL representatives should have been using it for them. Another controversy arose, as it has for years, over the meeting night. SGL met on Thursday night. The Advance-Titan. WSU-O student newspaper, hits the stands around 5 o'clock Thursday after- noon. two hours before the meeting. Students were reading about the previous weeks' meeting while the current weeks' meeting was being held. There seemed to be two courses of action possible. The Advance-Titan could change their publication day. or SGL could change their meeting night. The first proposal was recognized as impossible because of technical procedures, and the fact that a weekly paper must come out on Thursday for proper news coverage and distribution. For two weeks in a row. the Advance-Titan editorially asked the legislators to consider their constituents and change their meeting night. It stirred quite a discussion amongst the representatives, and when a proposal to change the night was voted on. it was defeated by a slim margin. Those opposing a switch said they had other commitments on other nights. They had run for SGL with the understanding that it would meet on Thursday. One female SGL member favored Thursday for no other reason than "It's always been that way." With all this unrest and dissension, something was bound to happen. No one was sure what should happen, but it seemed obvious to most that a change should be made. On Sunday. September 27. 1968, 13 student leaders from all aspects of campus life met secretly to discuss alternatives to the class representation system. It was felt the meeting should be held in secrecy because the nature of the discussion was volatile, and the students were not sure what action should be taken, if any. At this first meeting, there were 140representatives from Men's Interhall Association (MIA). Interfraternity Council (IFC). the Young Democrats, and Advance-Titan, the Student Government Executive Board, and two representatives of SGL itself. After five hours of critical discussion. a vote was taken. The vote was to start preparations to dissolve the legislative branch of student government and offer suggestions pertaining to a replacement of the old system. It was a revolution, and there was a feeling of tension in the air that first day. The group, later to become known as COSIGN (Committee of Students Initiating Government Now) knew they were taking a big step, but they were confident that it was the right step. Several alternatives to class representation were suggested. The general concensus was that representation by geographic districts would afford the best chance for a direct dialog between representative and constituents. A member of the committee was assigned the task of setting up districts on campus, and another to split the Oshkosh area into districts according to population. Student addresses were obtained from locator cards. The ball was rolling. The committee met every night that week, and it was no mean task keeping the secret. The committee felt they had to keep the movement secret because they wanted a safety valve in case, for some reason, they decided not to go through with it. A few students later criticized COSIGN for being an underground movement, but there was no other way to accomplish what they were trying to do. Actually, the only opposition was to come from a few students who lost their jobs as legislators. While they agreed that a change would be advantageous, they disagreed with the tactics used. Charges of hiding files and cancelling appointments were hurled at the COSIGN members. Admittedly, some files were "temporarily misplaced on purpose" and other forms were lost. Frank summed up COSlGN's view on this seemingly unethical arrangement when he said of the dissolution. "It was constitutionally legal, but not nice." After five sleepless days and nights, everything was ready. COSIGN had only to announce what they had done. A proposed replacement had been worked out, a timetable for a referendum and new elections was established, legalities had been settled. COSIGN was ready to move. On October I, 1968. four of the seven members of the executive board of the student government (this board is made up of the student body president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, and the class presidents of the four classes. As the freshmen elections had not been held at that time, the eight man board legally consisted of seven members) voted to dissolve the legislative branch of that government. Weeks later, when the dust had cleared, the class presidents criticized the other members of the board for acting without them. The result would have been the same whether they had voted or not. The day of the announcement to SGL that they no longer existed Member of the press were more numerous than SGL members. as a governing body arrived. On that Thursday. October 3. 1968. only a handful of people knew what was to take place that night at 7:00 p.m. On the afternoon of October 3. two administrators were informed, in private and in strictest confidence, of what was to occur. That was the first knowledge any administrator had that something was going on. COSIGN felt that no faculty, advisor, or administrator should know about it, because it was a student problem and only students should work it out. The first hint that anything was in the air came when the Advance-Titan, which usually arrived from the printer around 5 o'clock, was late. It was explained that the printer was behind schedule, when in fact theSGL Dissolution Symbolic of the attitudes of SGL members. President Dave Frank made his announcement before a largely absent membership. paper, with full coverage of what it called the "coup, was in the city, hidden until the announcement was made. There was tension in the air as the hour of 7 p.m. (meeting time for SGL) neared. Students with complaints and suggestions for SGL lined the walls of the meeting room in the union. All the original COSIGN members were there. It was unusual, also, because there were photographers from the Advance-Titan and the yearbook there. At 7 o'clock, the agenda was passed out. Frank entered, and in a prepared statement, announced the dissolution. There were looks of confusion and disbelief in the eyes of the legislature and the students who had come to observe. In his statement. Frank explained reasons for the "coup," who was behind it. and the state of affairs of the various standing committees. He also listed a charge to COSIGN. which was then opened to all interested students. At the conclusion of his speech, Frank asked the remaining legislators to resign as a sign of good faith and join the COSIGN people in building the new. representative system. In explaining why this move was felt necessary. Frank said he found himself in the midst of a paradox. "Instead of an administration totally inflexible and insensitive to students. I find a real concern on the part of most administrators for student involvement in decision-making," he said. Frank continued. "And instead of a dedicated, principled and self-dis- ciplined student government behind me. I find that the Student Government Legislature, as a whole, has been and is anything but dedicated, principled, or self-disciplined." Frank added that he felt "Class representation is no representation: the system, in fact, encourages misrepresentation." He reported the legal aspect of dissolving SGL. It had. in fact, with a little help, dissolved itself. Frank explained that two more representatives had resigned, and that a legal quorum no longer existed. He reported the decision to dissolve SGL was supported by the vice-president, secretary and treasurer of student government: the president of the Interfraternity Council: the editor of the Advance-Titan; the president and vice-president of Men's Interhall Association; the president of Delta Chi Fraternity; and the president and vice-president of Young Democrats. Student Court (the other branch of student government) remained operative, the Horfiecoming Committee. University Forum. Senior Steering Committee, and the Academic Affairs Committee were to continue their functions. Commitments regarding students on student-faculty and administrative committees were to be filled. The constitution committee was suspended and replaced with COSIGN. Frank listed the charges to COSIGN as follows: I) reorganizing the legislative branch of student government, 2) considering possible changes in the Executive branch of student government, 3) reporting activities and presenting proposals in two weeks, 4) sponsoring a student referendum on its proposals and 5) taking whatever action it deemed necessary to activate a representative and responsible legislative branch of government subject to the approval of the executive officers of the student body." An open letter was published in the Advance-Titan which was released after the meeting. It read: "At this writing, the system of class representation in SGL is dead. We believe that this past system has not represented the students of our university; in practice 142it has been at best, a quiet hypocrisy, at worst, a disappointing farce. There is no hope for such a system in a university of this size." At the request of Student Body President David Frank, we have agreed to work together as a special committee of the Student Government known as the Committee of Students Initiating Government Now (COSIGN). Our group will design a new system of representation for the legislative branch of the Student Government and then submit our proposal to the student body in a referendum. We ask that all students support our efforts and that all student leaders actively join in our work. Our Student body president David Frank reads his prepared text. comment is final; there is no retreat possible.” It was signed by Dee Berghauer (treasurer of the student body), James Bresette (president of the Young Democrats). Greg Edwards (president of Delta Chi Fraternity). Richard Ehlenfeldt (former member of SGL), Steve Humphrey (vice-president of the student body), Dan Klatt (president of IFC), Keith Munson (president of MIA), Harvey Roesler (editor of the Advance-Titan), Richard Schlimm (vice-president of the Young Democrats), Tom Schunk (vice-president of MIA), Pat Settle (former member of SGL), Diane Williams (secretary of the student body), and Ron Ziwisky (assistant to the student body president). Inside the paper, letters written by these student leaders explained why they personally felt the change had to be made. The deed was done. A plea was made for unity. The only vocal opposition came from the deposed SGL members themselves, and this was a half-hearted protest at best. Richard Bidwell, SGL representative and president of the senior class, called the move "illegal and unconstitutional” in a story appearing in the Advance-Titan October 10. He asked the Student Court to look into the case, but they refused, stating the matter was not under their jurisdiction. An area newspaper made a charge that the "coup" was planned by the local Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), but this was later repudiated. The so-called "loyal opposition" continued to argue that the dissolution was illegal for a few more weeks, but finally they realized there was too much support for COSIGN. The next step for COSIGN was to hold a general student referendum. Several open meetings were held the following week, and a question for the refefendum was formulated. On October 21 and 22, students voted on the following question. "Do you favor geographical representation for the legislative branch of the student government at WSU-O?" Over 1,600 students responded. The final tally was 1,285 yes, 333 no. Frank called the results "an indica- tion that the system is favored by the student body." The district boundaries were set, and on November 19 and 20. 1,178 votes were cast for over 80 candidates in 26 districts. The elections were marred by challenges of alleged violations of election rules in seven districts. The charges were cleared by the Election Committee, and the new government, based on geographic districts, met for the first time on November 22, 1968. It was an emergency session held because of the black student disruption in Dempsey Hall on Nov. 21. The new Student Senate was thrown into action in tense and perilous times, and they made a good showing. Time will tell if district representation is more effective than class representation. The channels to the students are there, it’s up to them whether they use them or not. The gavol—a symbol of authority and discipline.Dissent marked the WSU-O campus during this schoolyear. Triggered by the Negro destruction in Dempsey and the subsequent arrest and hearings of ninety-four black students, the campus suddenly became alive with "concerned students." These students organized petitions, demonstrations, sit-ins. and a general student strike. Not merely a student affair, the faculty also showed discontent with the present administration. Several controversial faculty members did not have their contracts renewed. A motion was brought up concerning the lowering of the 12-hour work load. It was defeated. Two AAUP representatives arrived in February on a "fact-finding" mission. This year marked a year of change. Oshkosh "will never be the same." Student Dissent Marks a Year of Change at WSU-O Over two thousand students milled around the Union Thursday night after the ninety-four Negro students had boon arrested. The board of regents hearing of the black students brought forth this silent sign of protest. 144Cops with billy clubs were an unfamiliar sight at WSU-O, 145After the destruction rampage, the students encamped themselves in the presidential offices awaiting confirmation of thoir demands. Damage to the presidential ofi'ces and the financial offices was extensive. I I IWhen black students invaded President Roger Guiles’ office the morninq of Nov. 21. it was the climax to what they felt was a history of discrimination at WSU-O. Only a few had attended the university before 1968-69. By October of 1968 the Black Student Union, organized the year before, presented the president with "demands" that included the hiring of black professors and the inclusion of black courses in the curriculum. The October "demands” were given to a committee, but by November, the black students felt the "demands” were not getting serious attention. They marched into Guiles’ office Nov. 21 to receive his assurance that the "demands” wou'd be met. Guiles would not sign the li they handed him; he said he did not have the power. Then the destruction began, with students ripping out telephone cords, dumping out files, tipping desks and chairs, emptying book cases and scattering papers in the presidential suite. They also moved down the upstairs hallway of Dempsey Hall pulling paintings from the walls and breaking glass in office doors. They went downstairs to the financial aids office to empty files and tip over desks because they had a special complaint with the financial aids director, who they considered to be "a racist and a bigot." Then they moved back to the presidential suite where they remained encamped for over two hours. University administrators, faculty and student leaders, as well as Oshkosh police, tried to get them to leave peacefully, but they wanted to remain until they had an assurance that their dr nands w. uld be met. Finally, .)bou two hoars later, the Winnebago County Police Department’s riot squad arrested them and ordered them to leave. They did, peacefully. Nearly fifty members of the Winnebago County riot squad arrived on second floor Dompsey shortly before noon to arrost the 94 encamped Negro students. Winnebago County riot squad escorted the Negro students from the presidential offices to the awaiting paddy wagons. Black Thursday Shakes Oshkosh 147 Copy by Eileen HammerNight Brought A long afternoon in the courthouse offered time for reflection of the morning's events. Paronts arrived by mid-afternoon and those who could paid the $250 bond money. Unrest and Cops When the blacks were arrested they had to file between two columns of club-holding and helmeted police, down the rear stairway, and out the back door. Crowds of white student sympathizers outside greeted them with cheers. The black students were led to Hertz rented trucks, which the police used as paddy wagons to haul the rioters to the Winnebago County Courthouse a few blocks away. About four white students joined the cause of the black students by climbing aboard the trucks. At the courthouse the students were unloaded and told to wait in a large, empty room. Then began the slow process of recording names, addresses, ages. All were charged with disorderly conduct and unlawful assembly, and sent to jail under $250 bond. The arrested students milled around the courthouse lobby all afternoon, enduring the long procedure. There weren't enough chairs, and many had to stand. By evening. many faced a night in jail, while a few managed to have friends raise the bond money to have them released. Coming up from Milwaukee to encourage and advise the students were the Rev. James Groppi. a white Catholic priest for a black parish in Milwaukee's ghetto, and Lloyd Barbee, a state Assemblyman and the only Negro in the state legislature. The priest and the assemblyman arranged for the release of a few students, but most were jailed for the night. The next day parents came up from Milwaukee with bond money collected in small bills from friends and neighbors. Most students were released by Friday night, and all but one was released by Saturday noon. While the arrested students were at the courthouse, their fellow students at the university were holding their own demonstration. Early in the evening several WSU-O activist organizations, plus Milwaukee NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) commandos and members of the Black People's Alli- Fathcr Groppi arrivod from Milwaukee late in the afternoon with monoy to bail out a few more students.ance from the University of Wiscon-sin-Madison. had gathered in the Titan Room of Reeve Union to protest the arrest of the black students. Police were called, and Reeve Union and other buildings were evacuated. About 2,000 students were gathered outside the union, then. Police cordoned off the locked union doors, and eventually the crowd dispersed without incident. A decision later that night was made to call off school the next day. and to resume classes after the Thanksgiving vacation on Dec. 2. Following the destruction were a series of meetings by the WSU Board of Regents and the WSU-O administration to determine the discipline of the arrested students. President Guiles announced Nov. 22 that the students were suspended and had 10 days to appeal for a Surrounded by policemen, the students sat through the long procedure of booking every student. Students gathering in front of the locked union wero told to return to their dorms by the county riot squad. I'WSU-O and Madison students broke into the Board of Regents at Madison causing disruptions and subsequent adjournment of the meeting. Dick Ehlenfeldt led an orderly march through campus in support of the black students. Dr. Thedinga, vice-president of student affairs talks to a concerned parent. 150Board of Regents Expels Black Students hearing. He was advised by the regents' office in Madison. Following the Thanksgiving break the students and faculty held their own meetings to protest the suspensions and demand reinstatement until hearings could be held. Soon the meetings also denounced the administration for relinquishing its authority to the regents and for not explaining the events of Nov. 21. The Student Senate sponsored a petition to the regents to ask for reinstatement until hearings could be held. A total of 1.857 signatures were obtained but could not be presented at the Dec. 6 Board of Regents meeting because Madison students disrupted it. The following week students demanded an all-university forum to have the administration explain its position. It finally was granted for Friday. Dec. 13. President Guiles and others described events, but said all decisions were in the hands of the regents. The remaining 19 black students. those not involved in the destruction. presented a statement saying they would not return second semester unless their "brothers and sisters' were reinstated. After a federal court order, the regents held a fact-finding hearing at the Winnebago County Courthouse on Dec. 16 to 18. Holding the hearings was J. Ward Rector, former State Supreme Court justice. Rector presented his findings to the regents at a meeting at WSU-O on Dec. 20. The regents then decided to expel until June, 1969. the 90 students who were in the president's office when the destruction took place. Four others who came later were suspended until January of 1969. Following the regents' decision, some faculty and students rallied to the blacks' cause, but Christmas vacation and semester examinations quenched any chance for expansion of the movement to the general student body. As the university moved toward second semester, few blacks planned to return. The only chance for an integrated school was that high school seniors in Milwaukee might come to Oshkosh in small numbers to work for the "demands” for which their friends had been expelled. In a forum hold on Dec. 13. administrators answered submitted questions concerning ♦he black student situation. The raised clenched fist—black power symbol. 151Student Philosophy Dick Ehlenfeldt urges the students to support the stand of the black student. by John Augustine 9:30 classes were just about out and the regular crowd of students Jammed the snack bar in the Titan Room for a last minute cup of coffee or a candy bar. College is a great place to spend the winter. It sure beats fighting in Vietnam, and since my parents are footing the bill, why not?" I don't think so.” retorted a pretty co-ed sitting across the table. College is a good place to find yourself. It's a place to learn more of the world around you and where you fit into the picture." This sort of argument or conversation goes on every day. not only in the Union, but in the dorms, the local beer bars and anywhere that students gather. The issues discussed are as varied as the subjects that fill the Student Handbook, and: the views that the students take are as assorted as a bag of Christmas candy. One undeniable point arises from all this discussion. The college student is a very philosophical person. To say the philosophy of the student is this or that would be as impossible as trying to predict women's fashion for the next five years. However the student's philosophy falls into a number of categories: his relationship to his fellow students, and: the University and the world around him. Joe Christman, a sophomore transfer student from Appleton thinks the students here at WSU-O are friendly. I transferred here from a private school where no one cared if you lived or died. Here it's different.' For others the feelings are not the same. Dick Reterath, a first semester freshman, has this story to tell. One December evening a student lay in front of one of the beer bars downtown. He apparently had had too much to drink and had passed out on the street. A crowd of about fifty people stood in line waiting Stanley, in The Birthday Party, shows some of the anger and despair felt by students. to get into the tavern which was already filled to its capacity. Dick happened along and saw the student lying there. "I just couldn't believe it." he said. "This guy was just lying there and not one person made a move to help him. It was pretty cold too. I tried to pick him up but he was pretty heavy. I called to the people in line but none of them even moved to help me. Finally two girls broke their place in line and gave me a hand. I just couldn't believe it." said Dick. But for every student like those in the tavern line there is another one like Dick who will get involved and who will help his fellow man. Almost daily on television there are one or two stories of student unrest coupled with violence or a noisy demonstration. WSU-O is no exception; we made Huntley and Brinkley along with everyone else this year. 152About 200 students jeered Alabama Governor Georqe Wallace when he spoke in Monument Square last October. More recently. 94 Neqro students marched into Dempsey Hall (the main administration building) and destroyed office equipment, student records and a number of windows. They were backed up with about a hundred other students outside the building shouting in praise of their actions. This is only a very small percentage of the student population of I 1.000. Where were the rest of the students when this happened? They were in the library, in the Union, and some went home to avoid the situation entirely. One Junior, a history major, had this to say. "The University needs change in both of their policies toward the students and toward the faculty. The Administration treats us like children, so we might as well act that way." This student requested that his name be withheld because the Administration would, "discriminate against him." Gill Foster, a 23-year-old transfer student from La Crosse, says that he came here for an education. "There are some things going on here that I don't agree with and there are some things that I would like to see changed. But I can't see demonstrating or damaging private property because of it." There is a war going on in Vietnam. There are pressures in the Middle-East. Several national leaders were assasinated within the last 10 months. The draft is looming in the face of every male student who graduates or quits school. The average student is quite befuddled by all of this. However most of the students are willing to accept it for what it is and try to make their lives and futures as much of a success as possible anyway. Larry Guillis, a former Oshkosh student, is in Vietnam right now. Before he left, he remarked this: "I don't want to go. I even did not want to go into the Army, but I will go and try to do the best job there I can. When I am finished I want to come back to school and finish my education." Another student, sitting at a table at Tosh's (one of the newer bars near campus), said this: "Why should I care about Vietnam or what happens to this country. My generation isn’t responsible for the mess we are in. If I get drafted I’ll go to Canada or somewhere. By the way, don't print my name. I don't want the draft board to read this." The student today gets as much praise as he does criticism. He has as many vices as he does virtues. One day he may be marching through campus damning the administration and the next soliciting donations for some charity or pushing a stranded motorist out of a snow-filled ditch. You could spend an hour listening to what terrible professors he has had this semester, and another hour about the good ones. He likes to have a good time downtown and party a little on week-ends, but during the week his light will usually be on until midnight. He doesn't want to be drafted and reads the antidraft literature posted on campus but on the corner of his desk there is a pamphlet that reads "The U.S. Army—The Career For You." The modern student's philosophy is one of optimism. He knows only too well the state of the nation and the rest of the world, but he keeps going. A bad grade here and there, a letter from the draft board or a note from his bank that he is overdrawn won’t keep him down. He will still smile at you tomorrow morning, go to his classes even if his grades aren't the best and let the future take care of itself as best it will. Frayed pants and worn-out shoes are a part of this student's philosophy. 153Philosophy of WSU-O Faculty by Karen Thompson The idea of a university as a place where le.arninq just happens is now considered outdated. Instead the university is now an area where conflicts of society are fought out. It is an engine for social action and transformation. Faculty members are in ferment, trying to make some sense of events that are moving faster than events have ever moved before. Some of them enter the fray, with a feeling that if the larger society cannot be transformed, perhaps the university can. Others are ready to fight a rearguard action to keep the university as a place where the role of ideas can operate. Still others are tortured between their cherished ideas of university standards and their sense of guilt about black experience in America. Professors are no longer the feared enforcers of a futile academic code. Instructors have come down from their pedestals and joined in student activities of all kinds. WSU-O has also become involved in this transformation. The enrollment has doubled in just three years and with this boom has come a violent change in ideas and philosophies. Encouraging personal thinking and helping to shape the futures of the 11.000 students at WSU-O are 600 instructors composing the staff. The WSU-O campus has been alive with new educational programs, social events, and riots. Some fac- ulty members have remained quiet while others have voiced their opinions. There is as much diversity in faculty opinions as there is in student opinions although the faculty views are usually more deep seeded. As the first semester began, WSU-O welcomed many new faculty faces including Narayana Mahadeva, associate professor of biology and his wife Bani Mahadeva. associate professor of sociology. The Maha-deva's are from India. Hayward Allen, instructor of English began publishing "Free Penny Poems." a poetry magazine for faculty and students with latent talent. "Poetry talent can be found in unlikely places on a college campus." he said. With hopes of adding to the written store of knowledge, many professors have engaqed in research. Martin Gruberg. assistant professor of political science, is currently writing a book concerning party disloyalty in the United States entitled The Bolters. He also has published a book entitled Women in American Politics. Justin Walsh, professor of history, received the annual manuscript award of the American Society for State and Local History, for his book To Print the News and Raise Hell, a biography of Wilbur F. Storey. Many other instructors are also doing research and broadening the field of conquest for future students. Students are not the only campus members with demands. In early November. 37 faculty members brought a petition to the Faculty Senate complaining that the 12-hour-a-week Mr . Dorlis Grubidge shows that even professors like Snoopy and his philosophy. 154Exemplifying the determined face of a professor in study is Mr. Beberfall. a Spanish instructor. teaching load required at WSU-O was a "remnant of a bygone era." The petition charged that in matters involving the faculty, the decisions are made without faculty representation. Teaching loads, class scheduling, office hours, faculty recruitment and salary increases were mentioned. Instructors agreed that due to an around-the-clock job of teaching there is little time for research, service to the community, student advising, and the university is in danger of losing professors and being unable to recruit new ones. "They don't have to put up with this at other places," said one faculty member. If WSU-O wants to be a "major" university, so the argument goes, the least the administration should do is to cut the load to nine hours, the critics asserted. It was found that the 12-hour requirement originated at WSU-O and that none of the neighboring major universities have the rule. As the.cost of living goes up, so must the salaries of faculty members and other workers of our society. WSU-O faculty members met in an emergency meeting November 14 to counteract the Coordinating Council of Higher Education's (CCHE) recent cuttinq of the WSU faculties' salaries for the next two years. "The WSU system is among the lowest in overall salaries and fringe benefits among the six surrounding state university systems, which are in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin," said Joseph Raab, associate professor of mathematics and president of the WSU-O chapter of the Association of Wisconsin State University Faculty (AWSUF). Almost one third of the WSU-O faculty voted unanimously to demand a 30 per cent salary increase for the next two years. The gathering also voted 152 to 30 in a straw vote in favor of using collective bargaining procedures for salaries. As the students of WSU-O displayed various sentiments over the disturbances of Blagk Thursday, the faculty did likewise. Over coffee in their offices, concerned faculty members expressed a myriad of views— some restrained and others quite outspoken. David Roth, instructor of political science hit at what he said was a "lack of preparation" for proper academic and social services to the black student community. "The university exists in an all-white community and has not provided the climate for black leisure time." he said. Steve McConnell, instructor of sociology-anthropology, said "the thing that scares me is that many people who try to analyze it can think of it only in terms of this school. One has to consider the wider concept of the civil rights movement." "The destruction is not the issue. It tends to obscure a more important issue. Students should be permitted to attend classes. My policy is all students are welcome in my classes. I'm hired to teach." said McConnell. Sally Greymont, instructor of foreign language, sees the problem as a breakdown in communications. "The current disturbances have a much larger meaning than the simple forms of violence that have occurred," said David Chang, professor of political science. Through the power of outside forces, the educational process still goes on. Opinions are varied on every subject and the faculty are dedicated to their opinions. They have been given a great duty by society —the education of future generations. What would we do without them? Some professors do play an invisible violin for students who tail because of not working. 155Campus Religion by A. J. Saunders "Yes, I think I would call myself religious, but I'm not a fanatic about it," said a freshman from Milwaukee. "I think a lot of people don't know what they believe," added a junior from Racine. When the subject of religion is brought up on any campus across the nation there are usually many and varied views on the subject. Oshkosh is not different and when students are asked their views on religion. they sometimes come up with very individualistic views. "The kids nowdays are probably more idealistic than when I went through school, said the Rev. Paul Fransen, staff member of the Newman Center. "They are not so much interested in making a lot of money as contributing something of themselves. Take, for example, the popularity of programs such as Vista and the Peace Corps. The new generation has, in effect, said that 'We don't buy your old value system, we will start our own. This individualism shows up in their religious beliefs also." "I don't think that you have to go to church to be religious," said a student from Green Bay. "The church is changing and is slowly becoming more relevant, it has to," stated a student from Oconto. "I was always forced to go to church at home, but here no one makes me go. I go because I want to. It has some meaning for me. It is not just a social function." said a coed from Madison. "They seem so phony going to church on Sunday and then not liv- ing their faith. Being phony is out, Catholic, Methodist, or whatever, and going to church makes me feel We are after a "WHOLINESS" like a phony." said a student from here," explained Sister LaVon, staff Milwaukee. member. You can t be a phony," said the "Here at the Newman Center all Rev. Mr. Fransen, "the kids will see ideas are exchanged and we hope right through it. I don t think we fQ bring an openness to one another have to be phony. We tell it like fQ help understand our faith and it is, as the saying goes." A coed from Sheboygan said, "When I go to church I feel a closeness to God. it is something I feel and it is hard to explain." "Some of these young people are really struggling to find a faith in God," said the Rev. Mr. Fransen. "and for those who have found it. they are very intense in their faith." In their search for their faith in God. the students meet in many different places. The most favorite spot to gather is the Newman Cen- study." Sister LaVon said, ter. This is a building open to all "| study here all the time, said religious faiths, and the staff is made a junior from Manitowoc." it is much up of several denominations. In a more relaxing than the library and word—Ecumenical. it is close. Besides. I can take off "Ecumenical is working for unity my shoes, it is a very comfortable of purpose, a freedom to be who place." we are. to bring the disciplines to- "The atmosphere here is not gether to make a better Lutheran, churchy, just sort of neat. You don t Buttons tell the story of the thoughts ond protests of our era. make it stronger." "Ecumenical could be restated as a sharing and working together, stressing the things we share in our beliefs and can do cooperatively." said the Rev. Mr. Fransen. "Some people still believe that the Newman Center is only for Catholics. but we have people come here from all backgrounds. We have services for Catholic and Protestant. Some peop'e come here just to BLACK POWER Orr r"r t Ar r» te'"’ A V GOo ( tDtlUi. • 1 5 went V 01 WHi I HAVE I Hit: u NIXON 156Studonh find the Newman Center a quiet place where they can study. get that solemn, heavy atmosphere like a church. Everytime I go into a church I expect an organ to play,” a sophomore from Racine said. Any evening at the Newman Center will find students reading, studying or discussing almost anything in a small group. The ideas exchanged in these small groups help gain a fuller understanding of his beliefs and the beliefs of other people. There are many opportunities for the students to gather and discuss their ideas at the Newman Center. One such time is after Sunday services in the Coffee House in the basement. Coffee and donuts add to the informal, people to people atmosphere. One of the staff members is there to answer questions or just to listen to problems. One Sunday a group of students were discussing the meaning of religion. "Religion is faith in God." said one student. "It is more.than just a faith in God," said another. "It is a feeling of belonging to a community of believers and sharing in a relationship with one another and with God." "It is really hard to define religion, I guess it’s what you hold to be true and valid in a relationship with God." "A group of us kids goes to a different religious meeting every week. Last week we went to a Baha'i Fireside. The week before we visited Rov. Fransen speaks with several students after a Thursday evening service. the Synagogue on Algoma Blvd., and the Christian Scientists before that. Each group seemed to be striving for a closer knowledge of life through knowing God." The discussions range far and wide on almost any subject one could think of. There are also many programs planned by the religious groups on campus to bring the student face to face with the realities of his religion and of life. There are marriage seminars, weekend retreats, guest speakers from religious and secular life, a whole gamut of experiences that aids in the development of a whole person. The Newman Center is more than just a building, it is a place to tune in and find out what is happening. It is a place to seek help and guidance and a place to exchange ideas. The Center is open to everyone. "What is religion?" asked a student from Madison. "That would take a little time in explaining, but I believe that my religion is Love." "ALL WE NEED IS LOVE" says the popular recording. Love has become the password for a whole generation that seeks an answer to the question, WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT??? "Love is a sensitivity to others, taking a man for what he is ... a human being, a brother with a soul. Love is the true appreciation of life. God is love. "I read something in the Bible last night that had some meaning for me," said Tom Brennan, a Newman Center staff member. "It said in effect that you can do all you want to do, but if you don't do it out of love, it is all in vain. 157Parking Problems by Bill Leach Parking at WSU-O provided a lot of people with headaches during the first half of the fall semester. With a record breaking enrollment of 11.097 students (each with his own car, it seemed to some officiafs), congestion became a major problem. Douglas Picht, who came to WSU-O in July as assistant to James F. Duncan, vice president of business affairs, and who described himself as "not a parking expert in any sense of the word," drew up a plan to ease the parking problem. Picht hardly had time to find his way around in the maze of one-way streets in Oshkosh, according to an Advance-Titan editorial, when he was given the unenviable task of straightening out the parking problems of this city within a city. Picht's goal was to provide total parking space for 2.500 cars. His proposal called for a $20 per academic year assessment for on-campus parking for students and top administrators alike. "Everybody is equal when they are driving their car." Picht countered when asked why administrators should pay the same amount as students. This "no priority" plan called for parking along the periphery of the campus, mainly along High Ave. Each driver would be issued a $20 numbered card, granting him parking privileges for the nine-month school year. Those not wishing to buy a card could go to a special lot where they would pay 15 cents a day. according to Picht. Dormitory lots would come under the same $20 plan. 158 Picht had hardly gotten his plan off the drawing board when it was challenged. Administrators, faculty and civil service employees were dissatisfied with the new arrangement, while Student Government Legislature (SGL) gave the plan a vote of confidence and dorm residents and commuters were already using the new system, quite satisfactorily evidently. Faculty Senate questioned Picht's plan at its meeting Thursday. Sept. 12. Gripes listed by the faculty included: having to pay a "tax" for the privilege of parking their cars to work at the university: having to pay the full price (one-half the $100,000 cost of parking space for 2.500 cars) now instead of working under an amortization plan: having to walk past students' cars to get to classrooms: and being "thrown into the lap of a stranger (Picht) by the administration." Picht countered these gripes and called for a University Advisory Parking committee to be established with himself as chairman. The group consists of two faculty members, Herbert L. Gaede, professor of geography, and Bruce B. Black, assistant professor of psychology: two civil service employees, Grace Shimek. and Donald W. Pinkerton: For fifteen cents a day. students and faculty may park in any campus lot. and two students, David Frank, a senior from Milwaukee, and Jerry Wertheimer, a senior from Wisconsin Rapids. At the same Faculty Senate meeting, Black openly opposed Picht's plan and proposed a new solution. He proposed free parking for all faculty members, administrators and civil service employees—with proper priorities. Black wanted core area parking and the High Ave. lot across from Clow Hall reserved for faculty and staff employees as it formerly had been, and no student below the rank of junior allowed to have a car on campus. In order to speed up the remedy to the parking situation, he called for a civil engineer and landscape architects to draw up a campus parking blueprint. None of Black's proposals passed. To meet expanding campus needs, Reeve Memorial Union expanded and opened its lot to all WSU-O personnel and visitors, charging an hourly rate of 25 cents. The asphalt-paved lot is Union operated but the University and the Union will split the profits at the end of the year. The Board of Regents recognized WSU-O as having the greatest parking congestion of all the state universities. With this thought in mind, Picht forged ahead with his solution, despite Faculty Senate's failure to approve of his plan. Exactly on time (Oct. I), Picht's plan went into effect for students. "If the students are the ones who pay the money, those 500 new spaces (which he promised to have ready by Nov. I) are going to be for the students." Picht said. "I do not intend to take student money and build faculty lots." Without FacultyLiving in a motorized ago causes many problems for the driver and the pedestrian. Senate approval, He could not and would not build additional lots for faculty. They had to use existing facilities. "I can't sell faculty permits until they make up their minds," he said. A week after the student lots opened, the $20 rate was cut in half. Picht and his special advisory committee decided on the $10 flat rate for all students and faculty "after a month of consultation and headaches." Picht had planned to use the $20 fee to build and improve lots. "We will have to make the money stretch," he said, "but I am pleased with the complete system of equality in payment that has been decided upon." The reduced rates went into effect immediately. Construction plans for a 175-car lot were announced by Picht in mid-October. The lot was to be constructed at High Ave. and Vine St. by Nov. 30. It wasn't. It was to be the first major parking facility in the state university system not connected with a building to be financed by the state. The estimated cost of the project was $33,000. A member of the Wisconsin State Patrol was appointed director of security and parking at WSU-O in mid-November. After four weeks in his new position, Robert Peppier, a six-year veteran of the State Patrol, had determined that "we have more parking space than we need now. If everyone who is able to park would park, the lots wouldn't yet be filled," he said. He was not sure the state funded $33,000 lot referred to above would be opened because of the over abundance of parking space available at that time. In an interview with Peppier in early December, he said the drama center permit-only lot for dormitory students was generally never more than one-half full. The student-faculty lot north of the ROTC headquarters was generally always filled and the commuters' lot was rarely one-half filled. "Space is no problem; it's the division of the space that is the problem," he said. Not enough space was provided for faculty and staff in the High Ave. lots so a 75-car lot near the former Extended Services building was opened. The three lots for commuting personnel on Pearl St. will hold well over 1,000 autos. The largest of the three lots has room for 601 cars (ideally parked) with the front section reserved for faculty and staff. The $10 per academic year or 15 cent daily exit charge is in effect in all three Pearl Street lots. Four hundred parking stalls are available for dormitory residents in a High St. lot. Called a "catch-all lot" by Peppier, it is used for dormitory guest parking on weekends. Parking there is on the $10 yearly basis or an optional $2 per week plan. Approximately 275 spaces are. also provided for dorm resident parking in residence hall lots. The 30-stall lot near River Commons is for the express use of food service personnel. As for the future, Peppier sees no definite plans for paving the lots. The cost is too high, making the task impossible. The lots won't be any different in the future; they'll just be moved. When construction starts this summer on the athletic complex on High Ave., the lot across from Taylor Hall will be lost. The hydro-biology lab lot will be expanded though. The rates will remain the same depending on the cost, development and maintenance of the lots. Should a space problem arise (one is not foreseen), parking in the lots would be restricted to upperclassmen as a last resort. Peppier is aided in his job by about 25 students. They work an average of seven to 15 hours per week as attendants, staffing the lots from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The bulk of their wages comes from work study funds, but one-half is supported by student assistantships. The state normally does not provide funds for parking. It does not develop lots. The University can level buildings and use the space for parking until something new is built on the spot. "If something was to remain a lot forever, things would be better." "Parking will always be a problem. I don't care where you go— we're living in a motorized age." Peppier concluded. 159Upper level independent research courses enable students to carry out their own re search or projects. University Research by Michael S. Tomczylc This is the Now Generation,'' and we are the "Doing People." More than ever before, the emphasis is on today. Originality is the key to our technologically-oriented society, where discovery is often synonymous with success and reward. "Do your thing. Baby!" cry the Now People, and everyone runs off to find out just what their thing is so they can do it. This big movement, from tradition to originality, has even caught on at stodgy WSU-O. Not only students but also faculty and administrators are effecting re- evaluations of their roles in the total university environment. One major effect at WSU-O has been a redefinition of the role of the faculty member. No longer considered a mere pedagogue, he is considered in three separate spheres, any one of which may be his principal domain. He can be an instructor. a public servant, a researcher, or any combination thereof. Of course, the originality syndrome causes much emphasis to be placed on research. The "publish or perish" threat is stronger than ever. and. at WSU-O plays a major role in such things as contractual renewal and the granting of tenure. In the mad rush to fund research for 1968-69. WSU-O faculty members amassed almost three million dollars in grants and fellowships from public and private sources. Types of research came in all shapes, colors, and sizes, divided chiefly into two main categories, academic and institutional research. Academic research is handled, quite logically, by the Office of Academic Research. This office, headed by Dr. Neville Bennington, handles not only research projects in specific disciplines, but also coordinates grants and scholarships for advanced studies or training. The majority of grants in academic studies are received by fac- 160ulty members doing experimental research in the various sciences. Project titles bear such intriguing titles as: "Systematic Alterations Included in Mice by Prolonged Administration of Anti-Ovulatory Agents," "The Effects of Antimony Impurity on the Anistrophy of Tin." and "The Non-Newtonian Flow of Goating Colors of High Shear Rates." In the Humanities, projects cover a broad range including translation from foreign literature, historical investigations, and educational experiments. A growing self-awareness is finally effecting an extensive program of self-examination among universities, similar to the many progressive programs begun years ago at the high school level. This self-examination has spurred myriads of project proposals designed to upgrade or modernize the university. The Office of Institutional Re- Many hour can be spent on the telephone gathering information for a project. Somo research topics come while relaxing and daydreaming. search, headed by Dr. Maurice Kessman, coordinates such studies dealing with "existing or anticipated problems, policies, issues, programs, activities, etc., which are directly relevant to the whole university or its various parts and functions." Many grants are made for studies designed to broaden present educational offerings. At WSU-O, grants are made for such projects as the establishment of a new Fine Arts complex, whose main building will eventually be the largest academic building in Wisconsin. Another is for development of a Letters and Science honors program. Awards granted for institutional research provide a fine measure of the status of WSU-O in relation to the other nine state universities in Wisconsin. From one source alone, the State Board of Regents Grants, WSU-O received almost $20,000. These funds were for twenty-two of fifty-six proposals approved among all nine state universities. From this source alone, WSU-O received 42% of all funds provided. It's readily apparent that WSU-O is "doing her thing." The biggest trend of the century is originality, and WSU-O is moving into the forefront as a trendsetter. 161Quiver '69 For the QUIVER staff, 1969 was a year of change—a year on the move. First a move to the basement of the Journalism House when the need for more room became quite apparent, then a move along with the entire Journalism department to the new Journalism building with not more space, but better facilities. Changes were also found in the book itself. Breaking away from the traditional, the staff strove to create a book which truly represented this year of change at WSU-O. With the help of Dr. Lippert’s feature writing class, the QUIVER added in-depth studies of various areas and interests on campus. With an additional forty pages over the 1968 QUIVER, the new QUIVER offers a better look into the life at WSU-O during the 1968-1969 year. Betsy Bruer, Associate Editor Michael Tomczyk, Photography Editor 162Anne Splittorff, Greet Editor Quiver '69 Goes Creative Bonnie Wegner, Production Staff Member : Greet . Yvette Wirt:; Or-ganiiations. Betty Poole. Kathy Wandsneider; Senior . Louise Baier; Index. Jan dug. Lee Koeptel: Academic. Linda Lord: Typitt . Sue Lathrop. Jan Oilman. Sandy Kosala: Photography. Bob Bossell. Del Banta, A. J. Saunders: Advisor. Dr. David Lippert. Marty Gifford, Business Manager 163Competitive athletics play an important role in most universities. WSU-O is no different. A member of the Wisconsin State University Conference, the Titans participate in football, cross country, basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, swimming, baseball. golf, track, and tennis. The seasons ranged from a championship in football to a near bottom position in basketball. 164Oshkosh and Platteville Share Gridiron Crown, BOTTOM ROW: Dave Kurowtki. Steve Houk. Paul Werrer. Bob Simon John Kafura, Tim Wega d. John Oofan. Mark HinaVe. Fred Shippee. Craig Shully. Bob Mal'ow Ron Bareiak. SECOND ROW; Coach Pat O'Hal’oran Lon Wathington. Dave Kanaa. Carl Alberti, Brian Burbey. Jim Saletri. John Salatri. Mike Gilton, Pete Gabrielton. John Yacukowicx. Paul Ze!a;eal. Dwiqht Anderton. Jim Goeckerman. Carey Venne. Ron Cardo. Manfred Markham Coach Rudy Gaddini. THIRD ROW: Dave Hochritt. Jim Schulti Tim Wcniel. Dave Ter t ‘r»ki. Pete Ziebell. Bill Frie». Tom Walciak. Jeff Badura, Clair Rasmujten. frank Oriel. John Jenkins Phil Puerling, Don Mahoney. Greg Car!son. Trainer Ron Nigl. Head Coach Russ Young. FOURTH ROW: Coach Tom Carlson, Mike Tesensky. D 'ck Poolman. Dan Wundrock. Dennis Richards. Bob Caves. Bill Peskel. Jeff McCreary. John Petterle. Dan Buhr, Al Jones. Steve Ohan. Tom Weyenberg Lon Bartelt. Al Wilco». Trainer Jerry Navert. A champ of champions. Coach Russ Young. Football The year of the Titan prevailed at last. 1968 awarded WSU-O a taste of glory and an event of rarity; a football championship. Only two previous seasons in the history of this institution boasted of equal achievement. Oshkosh claimed its first gridiron title in 1920, and divided the profits of the 1935 season with Superior. Although 68 required a sharing of victory with co-champ, Platteville, the year was a treasure of excitement and unusual events. Yes, this was indeed. the year when fans roared to their feet hysterically, cheerleaders cartwheeled spiritedly, announcers’ voices rose in volume and speed increasingly, and coach merely patted the backs of instant heroes. But the p'ayers honored coach's indication of satisfaction, slight as it seemed, for Coach Russ Young patted his boys proudly. 166Posting 7-1 WSUC Records There are times for work ... times for rest ... 167periods of pursuit ... and perplexity. September 7—St. Thomas of Minnesota established a 14 point lead during the season's non-conference opener before the Titans began their remarkable advance toward victory. 23-21. September 14—Conference competition opened with La Crosse in first half command as they led slightly. 7-3. The Indian attack disso'ved in the second period, however. as Oshkosh took to the warpath and completed a 22-7 massacre. September 21—Big breaks vanquished Eau Claire s last minute threat as the Titans strengthened their lead by 15 within the last 59 seconds of play. Frank Orzel dropped an Eau Claire pass attempt into the end-zone for a safety, and Ron Cardo immediately encored with a 72 yard touchdown run after capturing the free kick. A final score, the result of Dave Teresinski's 168FOOTBALL Moments of merit ... WSU-O 23 St. Thomas OPPONENT 21 22 La Crosse State 7 29 Eau Claire State 7 38 Stout Stato 27 26 River Falls State 14 6 Platteville State 19 20 St. Norbcrt 21 25 Stevens Point State 20 33 Superior State Whitewater State 21 21 14 misery ... interception of a futile Bluegold pass, climaxed the Titan's finest fourth quarter performance, 29-7. September 28—WSU-O topped Stout's 27 points with 38, and took over sole possession of first place. October 5—Down 19-14, River Falls marched to the Titan 5 yard line and the conclusion of a defiant journey. Three successive running plays failed to gain more than an extra yard of ground. Nevertheless. Titan interference ruined the fourth down pass attempt, and the Falcons received a second chance; first and goal on the Oshkosh two! But four desperate running attempts refused to shake the defense and River Falls admonished defeat as Orzel raced 44 yards with an interception and capped the win with a final 26-14 score. and mistake. 169fulfilled the threat to "Beat 'em and join 'em.” The game continued throughout the third quarter as one stubborn brawl, for Platteville placed 12 on the board, while WSU-O remained scoreless. And scoreless we remained, for five long weeks. November 16 was recorded as the completion date of the Oshkosh-Platteville game, called previously because of a power failure. But no loss of power faltered the Pioneers as they soundly constructed a 19-0 lead within the remaining 15 minutes. The Titans finally scored a helpless touchdown and an undeniable defeat, 19-6. October 19—St. Norbert retained their national ranking at maximum cost as they edged WSU-O by a single point. Cardo's astounding rushing performance of 234 yards expanded the team's overall total to 400, all to no avail. Despite Titan efforts, the Green Knights successfully snabbed fumbles, blocked kicks and intercepted passes to lock the score at 21-20. October 26—Ron Cardo carried 4 Touchdowns to daylight and rescued a team in distress as Stevens Point fought steadily in the second half to overcome an 18 point deficit. The Pointers led, 20-18, before Cardo fled 73 yards and reshuffled the score. 25-20. November 2—WSU-O earned six points on the opening series, but lagged through the rest of the first half as last place Superior redeemed Titan fumbles and built a 15 point advantage, 21-6. The tide turned in the second half, however, and four touchdowns later, the Titans departed rejoicingly, 33-21. November 9—Whitewater's first touchdown, maneuvered by their scrambling quarterback, quickly followed Ron Cardo's plunge over the goal line, and forced Homecoming halftime to interrupt a tied ball game, 7-7. Carl Alberti's gain of 14 yards on a pass play and 29 yards on the ground permitted Brian Burbey's three yard jaunt to a 14-7 Titan lead early in the second half. A short time and 73 yards later. Alberti scampered toward 21 points and the winning touchdown. The Warhawks came back into the game after a 33 yard TD pass, but the 21-14 score would alter no farther as Al Wilcox picked off two Whitewater passes and recovered a fumble, thwarting three threats to tie. and thus establishing the first Titan victory over the Warhawks since 1957. October 12—Destined as one of WSU-O's darkest hours, an overpowering Platteville team Saturday success . .. slow but sure. 170A good year ... a great year ... our year . . the Year of the Titan. 171CROSS COUNTRY Harriers Miss Third Consecutive Championship by Slim Margin Cross Country The addition of a new head coach and a new conference point system led the cross country team into a successful 10 win, I loss, and I tie season. A different point system which allows any competing school at the final conference meet to become the WSU-C champ, failed to satisfy the harrier's attempt toward a third consecutive championship. Coach Ron Akim's squad was able to do the next best thing, however. They placed second. A loss to Carthage College began the year at a slow pace, but it never faltered thereafter. First in their conference last year, Carthage "poured it on" to command first, third and fourth positions as they defeated the Titans, 24-33. Ten miles of jogging, and staircase climbing in the high rises during practice sessions, steadily strengthened the runners for 10 victories over the remaining foes. Both Whitewater and Stevens Point fell promptly beneath swift Titan heels. The Warhawks. first runner-up of last year’s championship, dropped 25-33. and the Pointers followed suit, bowing 18-38. Ideal weather and enthusiasm worked hand in hand wsu-o OPPONENT 33 Carthage College 24 15 Lawrence 46 15 Lakeland 50 22 UW-Milwaukce 35 25 Whitewater State 33 18 Stevens Point State 38 28 La Crosse State 28 15 Stout State 50 15 Superior State 50 15 Eau Clairo Stato 50 15 River Falls State 50 20 Platteville State 37 as the thinclads swamped Eau Claire and Superior in a triangular at Superior. Oshkosh took the first five finishing times for a 15 point score over EC's 49 points and the Yellowjackets' 50. Rollie Jahns' time of 20:30 paced a Titan victory over UW-M, 22-35. Three other Oshkosh runners also placed within the first six positions as the Panthers best time was marked at 20:55. Continued speedy style trounced Stout State as the Oshkosh harriers claimed a 15-50 win, but La Crosse produced a snag in the record with a 28-28 tie. Platte-ville's strong team repaired the damage, though, by falling to defeat, 20-37. River Falls, the third team of the triangular four-mile meet, scored 50 points. After a fine season of preparation, the harriers missed a 50-50 chance of championship to their closest competitor, La Crosse. Rollie Jahns, Tom Brooks, and Craig Brown finished second, fourth, and eighth respectively. to work toward WSU-O's 50 point total. Despite the loss of the championship, the cross country runners put forth an excellent show of determination and stamina. BOTTOM ROW: Robort Did. John Morcd. Pa Schumacher. 8arry Mol Dobbo. Rost Ho toll. Craig 8rown. Ro'land John. Smanj. Rodney Chriitian-.on. SECOND ROW: Craig Pre-.ton. Tom 8rooli. Above: Two Titan runners sprint neck and neck, far ahead of a string of competitors. Below: A brisk autumn day and the shore of Lake Winnebago provide a perfect environ- Letterman Tom Brooks breathes deeply during his eight milo run of an afternoon practice session in Menominee Park. 173Oshkosh State Cagers Fight Losing Battle All the BOTTOM ROW: Coach Run Tiodamann. Hoad Coach Dr. Bob Kan Loait. Jim HUd. Kon VerGowa; Bill Schwarfr. Dala Raco. Rid Rohm. Whita. STANDING: Manaqar Joa Evans. Bob Simon. Bob Klainschmidf. Dalo $mi h. Stove Young. Jeff Stang. Mika Malone. Trainer Jorry Nauert. Basketball "What goes up. must come down'' proved to be no exception for the Titan basketball team during their past seasonal performance. Beneath the pressures of repeating last year's national recognition, and attempting to earn an unprecedented, third consecutive conference championship, was a team deficient of three star players and overall physical strength. Bradley and Kent State Universities splashed the first waves of disappointment by dunking Oshkosh. 97-57 and 83-52. respectively. Even though the losses were dealt by tough teams, no consolation resulted from Eau Claire’s romp over the Titans, 80-61. Stout’s Bluedevils played in championship style as they steadily increased their lead to an 89-69 victory. River Falls continued the trend with a nipping 66-65 score, and Superior tagged along with a 70-63 triumph. The first victory of the season skipped over White-water. 71-70, as the winning point fell through the bucket in the final three seconds of play. The joys of this climax were short-lived, however, as the Titan pace staggered to its original force. Four consecutive defeats. at the mercy of LaCrosse. (81-77). Lakeland. (85-78). Stevens Point. (75-62), and Platteville, (72-68), doused any aspirations of a successful year. In breaking the bonds of last place positioning, the Titan cagers displayed their finest effort and escaped with a narrow win over Northern Michigan. 74-73. Four days later, the narrow margin fell to the opposition as LaCrosse claimed a 63-61 victory. The cagers tripled their pleasure by surprising River Falls. Superior, and St. Norbert. A 90-84 score, which killed the Falcons in overtime, and a 96-85 clash over the Yellowjackets. the result of 44% shooting average, developed the enthusiasm to shake the Green Knights, 88-77. Eau Claire and Stout brought the Titans back down to earth with their encore performances and victories. 68-58 and 77-59. respectively. Rebounds and free-throws closed the home game series successfully as the Oshkosh club presented their own encore defeat of Whitewater. 82-70. Two conference "hot shots" completed the season of Titan misery in swift fashion. Stevens Point broke away from six ties in the first half and never lagged thereafter to claim a 99-74 blow. Platteville's attack was poor, but WSU-O's was poorer as the Pioneers managed to salvage a 73-54 win. The over-all record of 6 wins and 16 losses, and the conference record of 4 wins, 12 losses marked the Titans’ worst season in 18 years. 174Way to Seventh Place Coach Bob White issues his orders in the easiest way possible by shouting them out to his boys. Above: It is anyone's ball as Titans Bill Schwartz and Dale Race struggle with the Wildcats of Northern Michigan for possession."How about a little hustle?" coach Ticdmann questions in trying to spark some life into the team.. A number of the games seem to lack a complete enthusiasm, in more ways than one. as illustrated by this fan. Dale Race anxiously predicts the results of Ken VerGowe s jump into battle with an eager River Falls eager. BASKETBALL WSU-O OPPONENT 57 Bradley University 97 52 Kent State Univorsity 83 61 Eau Claire Stato 80 69 Stout State University 89 65 Rivor Falls State 66 63 Superior Stato 70 71 Whitewater State 70 77 La Crosse Stato 81 77 Lakeland College 85 62 Stevons Point State 75 68 Platteville State 72 74 Northern Michigan 73 61 La Crosse Stato 63 71 Creighton University 97 90 River Falls State 84 96 Superior State 85 88 St. Norbert 77 58 Eau Claire State 68 59 Stout State University 77 82 Whitewater State 70 74 Stevens Point State 99 54 Platteville State 73 176Some new strategy, a little pep talk, and a slug of water await the Titans during time outs. Ken VorGowe races to help his teammates while his opponent scurries into defensive moves. Unable to get a shot away. Jeff Stang passes off to Ken VerGowe in hopes of better luck. 177Grapplers Add Strength to Performances With Big BOTTOM ROW: Jon Kinateder. Ken Davey. Carl Ma!t»ch. Frank Kinateder Carlyle Paulton, Dove Moon. John Reed. Stove BecKer. SECOND ROW: Head Coach Pat O'Halloran, Jim Soderborq. Steve Schottl. Myron Prrybelsli. John Jenkins. Vern Soldner. Mike Sidoff. Steve HornieUe. Asst. Coach Rudy Gaddini. Wrestling The WSU-O matmen went out in search of challenge and experience this past season, and they found both of them under the names of Colorado State, the Air Force Academy, and Omaha University. These and other tough non-conference opponents were scheduled as valuable preparation meets for conference competition. Logically, the big schools with overall ability and experience would serve as the best teachers for the Titan wrestlers. Unfortunately, it was not quite that simple. A 23-1 I win over Stevens Point during the first conference meet produced some satisfied grins for Coach Pat O'Halloran and his boys. But grinning converted to gritting during the grapplers' Colorado and Nebraska tour. Only Frank Kinateder managed a win by decision in the 123-pound class at Colorado State. The final score was 30-3. At Colorado Springs. Kinateder beat his opponent 6-3. whi'e Dave Moon captured his match as a 145 pound contender, and Carl Maltsch earned a tie in the 137-pound division. The total 8 points, however, could not compare with the Air Force Academy's 22. Journey's end dealt the Oshkosh matmen a 38-0 blow by Omaha's top ranked team in the NAIA. Back in Wisconsin, the heavy tour workouts built an 11-7 edge over Platteville. but the Pioneers took the final four matches of the meet along with a 19-11 victory. WSU-O retaliated by pinning Eau Claire. 18-11, although Upper Iowa then dropped the Titans with a 21-12 defeat. UW-Milwaukee was unable to prove its strength as the Oshkosh squad nabbed eight of nine events and a 23-6 victory. A quad invitational at Whitewater saw the defeat of Stout, 22-14. but Eastern Illinois and Whitewater claimed 19-17 and 28-13 respective wins. It was hoped that a 25-14 victory over La Crosse would prepare the team for the conference championship meet at Platteville. but the Titan grapplers placed sixth. Kinateder did win the individual championship in the 123-pound weight class, however, while Myron Przybelski took a second in the 191 division to close the season with an overall 5-7 dual meet record. Two points are given to the Titan grappler for a takedown. 178School Competition WRESTLING WSU-O OPPONENT 23 Stevens Point State II 3 Colorado State College 30 8 Air Force Academy 22 0 Omaha University 38 II Platteville State 19 18 Eau Claire State II 12 Upper Iowa 21 26 UW-Milwaukee 3 25 La Crosso State 14 17 Eastern Illinois 19 13 Whitewater State 28 22 Stout State University 14 John Jenlcins sizesup his opponent by concentrating on the strengths and weaknesses of his shifty moves. Above: The wrestlers grapple about in strain and agony. Lower Loft: John's wince of pain rejects his determination to Veep fighting. Lower Right: The sweat of exhaustion and relief mark the end of another match. 179SWIMMING WSU-O OPPONENT 58 Michigan Tech. 46 45 Northern Michigan 58 73 UW-Milwaukee 31 44 Loyola University 60 74 Navy-Great Lakes 21 37 Northwestern University 67 68 LaCrosse State 36 70 Plattevillo State 43 68 Whitewater State 60 River Falls State 44 87 Stout State 16 An unidentified diver works on his extension and balanced form before entering the water. Swimmers Dunk Platteville Swimming Coach Jim Davies and his veteran swimmers dove into the optimistic 1968-69 season with a win over Michigan Tech, 58-46. and a loss to Northern Michigan. 58-45. The strength of these two performances then continued into the annual Titan relays, where Oshkosh placed fourth out of eleven to lead all state school entries. Loyola commanded first place with 62 points. Winona second with 56. and Bemidji of Minnesota third with 36. followed by WSU-O's 34 points. Confidence floated everywhere during the dunking of UW-Milwaukee by a 73-31 score. Nine of thirteen events were claimed by the Titans. A few days later, the Oshkosh squad was unable to penetrate Loyola's tactics in Chicago, but the competition against Navy at Great Lakes. Illinois proved that even civilians can take to the water as Wisconsin State Oshkosh cleared nine of eleven events. Second high point man. Steve Owens, paces many Titan swim Season Highlight Although the mermen sank beneath the wake of Big Ten Northwestern, 67-37, Steve Owens broke two varsity records in the 500-yard and 1000-yard freestyle with times of 5:30.2 over 5:40.4, and I 1:36.3 over I 1:49.9. respectively. Owens went on in style to become the only double winner in the victory over La Crosse. WSU-O took the final six events of the meet to break a tie and capture the win. Stevens Point edged Oshkosh 82-73 after breaking a tie during the quadrangular at A'bee Pool. North Central earned 49 points while Superior only managed 16. Tom Rice paced the Titans with double victories in the downing of defending champion Platteville, 70-43, and Whitewater, 68-45. Rice control'ed the one and three meter diving events throughout both competitions. The winning trend continued by defeating River Falls, 60-44 and drowning Stout, 87-16. Three varsity records’ were established by Greg Hollub in the 200-yard butterfly, and Warren Garstecki in the 200-yard backstroke. Their respective winning times were 2:00.8, 2:14.7, and 2:14.1. Chuck Sarkady became the sole Titan merman to win a first in the conference championship at Superior. WSU-O took a fourth place berth with the he'p of Sarkady's varsity record time of 58.2 in the 100-yard butterfly event. This meet closed a successful season with a 9-3 overall record. BOTTOM ROW; Chucl Wolfe. Pan' Joneth. Steve Owens, Doug Smith, Bill Stengel. Chuck SarVedy. Wayne King. John Foi. SECOND ROW; Jim Kelfey. Tom Rice John McNarma. Bret Goodman. Andy Doering, Ray Gorat. Terry Fink. Chuck Mintert. THIRD ROW: Milo Kopff, Randy Feig, Darrel Griesbacl Chuck Golr. Tom Effcnheim Gunner Naslund. Warren Garstecl. Coach Jim Davies. Above: Paul Joneth poses as Neptune entangled with floats during a practice session. Below: Ono swimmer tries to improve his strength and speed with the crawl stroke.Gymnasts Close Third Season With 10-4 Record Gymnastics Hoping to dethrone annual conference champion. La Crosse, the Titan gymnastics team entered its third year of competition with a 106.6-71.9 victory over the University of Chicago. Mike Coughlin, Larry Svih-lik, Bill Vollenweider. and Neil Krupicka took command of four first positions, while Captain Jim Rainer’s 26.8 points qualified as the Titans' high score. The University of Wisconsin demonstrated its precision by downing WSU-O, 135.075-107.65. But Neil Krupicka led a balanced attack when the team’s 102.39 score nipped Wheaton College by 2.3 points. However. another non-conference foe. George Williams College, defeated the Titans. 128.70-113.65. despite Krupicka's 36.05 individual total. Conference action opened with a double-dual meet against La Crosse and Eau Claire. The Indians placed first with 124.28 points, the Titans claimed second with 120.32, and the Bluegolds finished third with 82.05. Captain Rainer's competition in the floor exercises, side horse, long horse, still rings, parallel bars, and high bars, helped total his high score of 37.105. Four consecutive wins during two dual meets certainly carried no disappointment to Coach John Schaefer as his athletes dealt defeats to Stevens Point. 118.45-110.30. Superior, 118.45-72.90. Platteville. I 18.055-1 13.28, and Whitewater. 118-055-83.33. A split beneath Stout and above River Falls positioned the Titans in a third place conference berth. Stout's 119.70 just passed the Oshkosh 117.42 mark and destroyed the Falcons 76.35 points. WSU-O claimed five of six firsts to knock Wheaton off balance. 120.175-11 1.675. and Milwaukee Technical Institute. 120.175-101.10. during the final dual meet of the season. Neil Krupicka topped the Titan performances with 39.125' points, and Bill Vollen-weider’s mark of 8.3 in the side horse event ranked as the best individual score. Oshkosh's over-all 10-4 record was unable to waiver the strength of La Crosse or Stout State during the WSU-O Gymnastics Championship at Albee Hall. La Crosse earned its seventh league title with 130.755 points, and Stout skimmed by Oshkosh, I 16.1 15-I 15.480. to complete the acrobatics for another year. Coach John Schaefer Michaei Meiuner Larry Svlhlik Neal Kruplcha John Kouba. E VoUe-weider Jim Altree. Joe lalo. George Grange-, David El'i; Jamet Rainer Manager Todd Olberding. 182Team captain, Jim Rainer, demonstrates an extension while competing in the parallel bars event. Above: Freshm -------------nan. Joe Lake, performed a Bailie on the side horse. Below: His symmetrical form emphasized why Jim Rainer was the 2nd high point man. Neal Krupiclta concentrates on the routine pattern of his still ring performance. GYMNASTICS wsuo OPPONENT 106.65 University of Chicago 71.925 107.65 University of Wisconsin 135.075 102.39 Whoaton College 101.03 II3.6S George Williams College 128.70 120.32 LeCrosse State 124.3 IS 120.32 EauClairo State 82.05 118.45 Stevens Point State 110.30 118.45 Superior State 72.90 118.005 Plettovillo State 113.28 118.57 Whitewater State 83.33 117.42 Stout State 119.70 117.42 River Falls State 76.35 120.175 Wheaton College 111.675 120.175 Milwaukee Technical Institute 101.10 Trackmen Begin in Slow Pace, Sprint to Honors TRACK WSU-O OPPONENT 39.5 Carthage 47 Bradley 61.5 81 Ripon 45 53 Whitewater Stato 91 69.5 Stevens Point State 58.5 Lawrence 31 Ripon 24 80 Stevens Point State 65 117 Ripon 28 91 Lawrence 48 Marquette 34 Randy Strum puts everything he has into his heaving of the shot put. Strain of determination heighten the excitoment of this photo-finish relay. 184an ancient Greek statue, this modern-day discuss thrower strikes the sweeping, balanced pose of a true work of art. BOTTOM ROW: Potcr Sippcl. Wayne Poofter. Stove Thorriault. Tom Protty. Wayno Younllc. Pat Bauschelt. Sfevo OKan. Nod Gatile. Greg Carlton. Oavo Spuhter. SECOND ROW: Attittant Coach David Hochtritt. Doan Hott, John Morack. Ron Rimbey. Mlko Potort. Dave Siqurtlid. Poto Gabriclton, John Selotri, Tom Broolt. Milo Kneip. Joo Towntloy. Ralph Gibson, Mile Gibbs. Craig Brown. THIRD ROW: Coach David Wcidemann. Al Brogaard, Gary Wittenberg. John Sitel, Dave Moore. Bob Lucloy. Jim Hild. Tom Rath. Randy Strum. Rob Holt. Rollie Jahnt. Dan Wilton, Jim Buchner, Greg Itenberger. Head Cooch James Flood. 185Practice baton passing adds efficiency in the form of distance and speed, both badly needed for success in various track relays. 186Track Coach Flood's Titan track team defended its 1967 championship title and crowned itself Conference Leader for the third consecutive year. The first meet, a triangular at Carthage, left WSU-O out in the cold with a low total of 39.5 points. Bradley University of Illinois and Carthage College placed with 61.5 and 47 points respectively. Ripon provided the next round of competition, but no scores were marked in this beneficial round. With practice behind them, the trackmen conquered their first conference victim, Stevens Point. Point, Lawrence, and Ripon later bowed to WSU-O in a quad meeting. Whitewater soon turned tables, however, and crushed the Titans. 91-53. But the loss sparked a massacre of Ripon. I 17-28, as Oshkosh nabbed 14 of 17 firsts. Revenge must have been the word during the State University Conference Relays, for WSU-O downed Whitewater by a surprising 66-61.5 margin. Although narrow as it was, Oshkosh completed its season and marched away conference champs ... again! Proper pacing aids Greg Carlson in mounting the high hurdles. 187WSU-O Netters Capture Eighth Place National Finish Vilit Cakaru. Bill Krlagt Bob Lutdtke. Ray Hall. Wayna BmIH . J°° Sp ' The powerful backhand drive of Bob Luedtke helps him earn a second place finish in the annual Conference Tournament. Tennis Vilas Calcans, ranked second in the state in men's singles, created a first place monopoly and led the Oshkosh Netters to a championship title. WSU-O bounced through the 14th Annual Conference Tournament at LaCrosse. picking up all of the first six. single berths, except fourth place. Following leader Cakans. Bob Luedtke captured second. Bill Krin-gle third, Ray Hall fifth, and Tom Turner sixth. Vilas repeated his ‘67 triumph in regaining the first place position in singles and doubles competition, with his teammate. Bill Kringle. Luedtke and Wayne Beattie wrapped up second. The confidence of Coach Davies certainly did not hamper the team, even after losses to tough non-conference competitors from schools such as Wisconsin. Ohio State. Northwestern, and Notre Dame. Pride helped in gaining the conference championship, the Titan's seventh in ten years, but practice and skill earned Oshkosh an eighth place finish in the nation during the N.A.I.A. Championships in Kansas City. Missouri. TENNIS WSU-O OPPONENT 9 Eglin. Florida 0 8 West Florida I 8 Whitewater State I 9 Platteville State 0 0 University of Wisconsin 9 0 University of Wisconsin 9 4 Notre Dame 5 3 Ohio State 6 0 Northwestern 9 188 Bob S’-mon, 6cott Overby. Tom Coiling Stovo Newlun. Dave Buotar. Pefor Benton. Miico Melono, Al JoHiton. Conch Or. Eric Kitiman. GOLF wsu-o OPPONENT 390 Whitowater State 379 Stevens Point State 404 391 River Falls State 384 Stout State 410 394 Lakeland 427 St. Norbert's 406 376 U.W.M. 389 382 Lawrenco 403 372 Platteville State 383 Superior State 39S 391 Eau Claire State 394 LaCrosse State 394 9 Marquette 9 •match play Linksmen Attained Historic Mark During N.A.I.A. Tournament Golf Despite an early season threat by a touqh Whitewater squad. Coach Kitzman's qolf club retained its stand inq as conference champion and ventured forth to attain even hiqher qlory. Al Jellisan and Pete Benson took first and second place berths durinq the 14th Annual Conference. Tournament and helped build the leadinq nine point total. Ten trianqular points added to the tournament score handed Oshkosh a 19 point overall total and the 1968 championship. National competition was the next step for the Titan golfers, but ten team final cut was missed by one stroke. The linksmen however still finished higher than any other Wisconsin team in the history of the NAIA golf tournaments by obtaining eleventh place with a 914 three day total. 18 9Hij word goes a long way as Coach Tiedemann's training and discipline directs a well-earned conference championship. Titan Pitching Was Key to Championship Baseball Baseball personality. Bill Veeck. speaking at a Titan Booster banquet last May. talked of baseball as a dying American tradition. But the Oshkosh ball club had reason to figure otherwise. WSU-O had just won 8 out of 10 conference games to assure themselves a championship. Coach Tiedemann had problems solving the hitting deficiency of the previous season, and it still tended to be a problem this year. Even though Rick Birkholz led the Titan average at .345. the mark was only good enough for an 8th place conference standing. But where batting fell, pitching gained, and the swift arm of Steve Toshner and Dave Neumeier flung toward victory. Toshner led the league in pitching with a four win. no loss record, and a .97 earned run average. Neumeier, voted outstanding pitcher in the State Amateur Tournament, boasted a .64 earned run average through a 4 win, I loss season. The umpire is on the ball as he instantly declares the batter's ticked foul, a strike. A split second later, however, vice versa occurs The ball is on tho ump! 190BOTTOM ROW: Larry Held Bill Austin Joel Friei Dave Bauer. Larry Scot! ZecKel Dave Schoctnar, Coach Run Tiodomann. THIRD ROW: Richie Thompsor Rick 8«riholr Tom Maddon Mile Turman. SECOND ROW; Schroeder Sieve Toihnor Duane Noubauer Dan Neumcir. Bob Knuopplo Assistant Coach Tom Carlson. Marty Thompson. Marl Hinrle, Roqcr Riel Yiltri Harry Justman John Parlor. Steinfest. Jeff McDorman. John Wartman. Dalo Beioilow. Dave Christman Baseball The team's Southern tour during Spring vacation constructed a 7-2. non-conference framework The two losses were to Illinois State. 5-1 and 2-1. But the rest of the trip proved enjoyable as Oshkosh sneaked past Keesler Air Force Base. 1-0. The Titans then stole a doubleheader from Southern Louisiana. 4-3 and 1-0, and fled with two headers at John Brown University 2-1, 4-2. 9-4, and 7-6. Freshman pitcher. Dave Christman, went on to dump St. Norbert's, 4-1. Defending champion. Stevens Point, fell in the next two games. 1-0 and 2-0. and Platteville fol- WSU-O BASEBALL OPPONENT 2 Platteville State 0 8 Platteville State 0 1 Eau Claire State 4 6 Eau Claire State 1 4 Whitewater State 3 5 Whitewater State 1 1 Stevens Point State 0 2 Stevens Point State 0 4 LaCrosse State 5 2 LaCrosse State 1 lowed suit, 2-0 and 9-0. St. Norbert broke a strong winning streak, however, and handed WSU-O a 7-0 clobbering, but the league title could not be denied. It belonged to Oshkosh. Dave Christman’s style demonstrates why pitching is the backbone of the Titan ball club. 191192 Men's Intramural Program Brings Wide Approval The men's Intramural Sports program once again provided the opportunity for the athletically inclined to participate in a variety of competitive sports. Even those not so inclined were able to enjoy a season of exercise and relaxation. Tournaments completed the football, basketball. volleyball, and swimming aspects of the year. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly defeated the Boilermakers on the gridiron during an overtime championship game, and the swimmers of Scott Hall totaled 46 points to win the 5th annual Intramural Swim Meet. Other activities included in the 1968-69 program were weight training, gymnastics, karate, judo, badminton, and red cross water safety. Participation throughout the year was at full steam, even though limitations in the system were noticed. Many Oshkosh fellows had a rip-rousing time at Albee Hall in X r „ X .11 A jump ball brings some of the Intramuralists to their feet during an in- a year O U ora. vigoreting game of "buckets." Karate training teaches one to watch suspicious characters carefully.Water Polo Games Create a Big Splash Loft: Close your eyes and I'll kiss you. It is Hard to handle the ball as two opponents close in for the kill. The sea looks a little choppy as the ball carrier attempts a pass while splashing his enemy. Eyes squinting, noses snorting, and arms flying mark the rough-and-tough play of water polo. 193WSU-O Women Derive Athletic Competition and Enjoyment in WRA All of the girls are not able to get their hands on the ball, but most of them try. Sometimes the spirit and excitement produce lost contact lenses. One co-ed dribbles in for the big play in charming style. Most of the co-eds of WSU-O hove failed to realize that, as a member of this university. they are automatically entered into the membership of WRA (Women's Recreational Association). Whether an occupant of university or private housing, all women ore welcomed to participate in a wide variety of sport activities. WRA offers basketball, volleyball, field hockey, badminton, bowling, golf, track and field, tennis, softball, gymnastics, fencing, orchesis (modern dance), competitive swimming, and recreational swimming. Activities are conducted on intramural and extramural scales. The intramural phase refers to competition among women of only the Oshkosh campus, whi'e the extramural program deals with the competition against women’s teams of other universities and colleges. During extramural play of the past season, the field hockey team posted a I win, I tie. and 3 loss record. The basketball team provided an impressive 5-4 season record, and the volleyball team of WSU-O captured the championship with a 5 win. I loss performance. The WRA program is provided with finances from the general activity fund, therefore imposing no costs of membership. With the direct purpose to "promote athletic interests and recreational activities for college women, and to foster a hiah standard of sportsmanship." WRA has much to offer in relaxation, exercise, and loads of fun. A volleyball game provides hand-slapping fun for the WRA women. 194A poised, pretty coed poses on the parallel bars. Rough and Graceful Exercise for Oshkosh Co-eds Left: Although it looks like a difficult trick, this young lady gracefully demonstrates her agility. Below: Up. up and ‘away! 195196 Team, Conference, and National Athletic Honors Rick Rohm. a junior from Milwaukee, led the Titan basketball team with 205 rebounds and a 44.1% field-goal accuracy to bo voted the Moi Valuable Player. Coder Grove sophomore. Ken VerGowe. was one of twelve players chosen among twelve different colleges to represent the U.S. in a basketball team tour of Chechoslovakia. Kon led the scoring category on the Oshkosh squad, and ranked second in rebounding. FOOTBAi Most Valuable Football Player. Ron Cerdo. easily captured the title with two individual WSU-O records of gaining 772 yards in 171 rushes and scoring 78 points on 13 touchdowns. Ron. a sophomore from Milwaukee, also broke the Oshkosh record with an over-all accumulation of 1.041 yards in 212 carries. Wrestler Frank Kinatedor. a junior from New Berlin, received the Poncher Award as the outstanding '69 grappler with a 10-2 record in dual competition. This marked tho first recipient of tho award named after the late Dave Poncher. a Titan wrosfler from Des Plaines. Illinois, who diod last year of a heart attack. All American Tonnis honors wore bestowed upon Vilas Cakan;. a senior from Milwaukee, as o result of being namod the Most Valuable Player for NAIA District 14 for the second consecutive year. At tho NAIA National Championship in Kansas City. Vilas earned seven of Oshkosh’s fifteen points to gain a third place finish in the nation for WSU-O.Mil Kopff. a senior from Beaver Oem. was named Most Valuablo Swimmer for the third consecutive year, while also soph . Neal Krupicka of Bareym gymnastics team during 1969 as the squads high point man and Most Vatuablo Gymnast. Last year. Neal established . . .... r . K;, . a new OsHosh scoring record of 340 points. A' Hon°f?,Y Capta.n M.V scored 131' , pomts th.s past season, and currently holds three varsity records. A unanimous tree’ choice for Most Valuable Player in District 14. senior Tom Rath, of Two Rivers, set WSU-O and conference records in the high jump, lonq iump. and triple jump. Tom paced the OlhVosh team toward its third WSU-O Championship under the leadership of Coach Jim Flood. As Runner of the Yoor and Honorary Captain, senior Rollie Johns headed the Cross Country team to a 10 win. I tie and I loss season. Named the 1968 Scholar-Athlete of WSU-O. Rollie. of Hilbert. Wisconsin, currently holds tho four-milo cross country record.Academic freedom was the primary concern of some of the faculty at WSU-O: freedom of voicing opinions inside and outside of the "hallowed" halls; the unsuccessful cause to lower the twelve hour work load. Others were concerned with the expansion of departments, the planning of master’s programs. and research projects. 198Roger E. Guiles. President of WSU-O for the last ten years, has seen this university grow more than 5I 2 times during his tenure, from an enrollment of 2,000 to I 1.000. That rate has placed it among the fastest growing schools in the midwest and the United States. During his time here, he has encouraged student participation in all aspects of the school, was active in the development of the faculty senate, and has supported the involvement of organizations such as AWSUF and AAUP. Guiles, a member of the local Kiwanis and a director of the local Chamber of Commerce, the hospital board, and the City Planning Commission, believes these ties tend to strengthen the spirit of cooperation between the university and the community. An avid football fan. the President attends nearly all football games. President Guiles listens intently during the Board of Regents hearinq held at WSU-O. President Roger E. Guiles Taking a personal intorest in the students. President Guiles sees these students off on the first study abroad program to Africa. 201Ruth Nolson, Dean of Women. Dean Nelson poses fora picture with two students. Dean of Women Mrs. Ruth Nelson, dean of women at WSU-O has supervision over a number of campus organizations such as Associated Women's Students. Panhellenic Council, Private Housing Council, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Town Club. Coed social activities are registered in her office and she heads the Student Volunteer Service, a program she set up in which community and student groups work together. Dean Nelson is also concerned with counseling women students with social and personal problems as well as disciplinary problems. She keeps a social calendar for all mixed parties requiring chaperones, and maintains a file of all women students in residence at the University. A busy person. Mrs. Nelson spends much of her time on the phone. 202Dean of Men Dr. James Bealer, as dean of men, is responsible for both individual and group discipline on campus. He works closely with campus groups such as residence hall judicial boards, student court, interfraternity council and student senate. He also works closely with Greek organizations and has set up registration policies for all Greek social functions. His office maintains a file of all students in residence and all recognized campus organizations. Dean Bealer, advisor to the student government. took no official position during the "coup'' and the reconstruction of the student senate. An avid pilot, he also serves as advisor to Flying Club. Upon the completion of his second year at WSU-O, Dean Bea'er resigned from his position as dean of men. Flying is a favorite avocation of Dean Bealer. Jamos Bealer, Dean of Mon. Jim Greenspon and Bob Garfinkel discuss campus projects with Dean Bealer. 203Raymond J. Ramsdon, vice president for academic affairs, holds one of the most important posts affecting the university’s future. The handbook assigns him duties over activities concerned with the quality of scholarship, of instruction, and of the university. Ramsden is involved with curriculum development, as well as with suspension and probation policies. Vice-Presidents Head Divisional Offices Ernest O. Thedinga, vice president of studont affairs, works for hotter student-administration communication. Included under the student affairs branch of the university are financial aids, the health office, the placement office, the counseling center, the reading clinic, the testing center, the Union, and the dean of students. Thedinga supported the uniform conduct code and bylaws recently enstated at WSU-O, as well as the new ROTC program on campus. 204Shorman E. Gunderson, vice president of program development and staffing, is faced with the major concern of hiring faculty members. Gunderson considers personal qualities, commitment, and academic records in selecting faculty members for WSU-O. Jamos F. Duncan, vice-president of business affairs. acts as director of the budget for WSU-O. He manages the business office, has control over accounting and cashiers, oversees the Department of Buildings and Grounds, and managos the payroll for the faculty, student assistants, and civil servico staff.Donald Jorgenson, reqistrar at WSU-O. supervises the offices of admissions, records, and reois-tration: as well as the summer freshman orientation program. Mr. Joraenson also orqanizcd and heads the program for the culturally distinct on campus. Richard Turxenski, director of placement, is responsible for the placement of most of the 1150 graduating seniors in permanent positions as well as many students in summer or part time jobs. Expansion of their offices after the completion of the Dompsey addition allowed for an expanded interview program. Garner Horton, director of pub'ic information, is responsible for the coordination of all publicity releases involving the university and its personnel. During the demonstrations he handled most of the questions concerning the university’s position.Directors Maintain an Efficient System Herbert L. Gaede. special assistant to President Guiles, is coordinator of long-torm campus planning and university services. Mr. Gaede is responsible for recruiting faculty members and directing building projects. He is presently concerned with the parking problem at WSU-O and the development of the central mall in campus landscaping. Gerald Olson, associate registrar, is in charge of registration of classes each semester. His major goal has been to take the "bugs" out of the procedure. Most students have still found problems, but the time element has been cut in half in the past two years. Maurice Spitler, director of financial aids, is responsible for tho administrations of the student aid programs of the University. During the year financial aids were cut back due to the austerity program of Governor Knowles. 207School of Education The School of Education, made up of the secondary; special; elementary; and counselor education and personal services departments, is the largest school at WSU-O. The department is now mainly concerned with its continued growth and the improvement of its standards. The two departments showing the greatest growth and advancement are the special education department and the department of counselor education and personal services. Special education, only three years old, has five instructors in the department, four of them with doctorates. In three years the department has gone from an enrollment of 0 to 170 undergraduates and 70 graduate students. In the counselor education department, there are five instructors, all with doctorates. Both programs are growing faster than the university rate of growth. Dr. David Bowman, Dean of School of Education. 208Rapid growth of the School of Education has caused the conversion of neighboring houses into offices. Dr. Jamos Johnson. Coordinator of Upper Elementary Education. 209 Dr. Robert Field, Coordinator of Secondary Education (right).School of Business Administration Management Although only one year old, the department of management now offers two majors—one in management and the other in personnel. Accreditation by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business is one of the major goals which is hoped to be achieved in the near future. The faculty is working for the establishment of a graduate program leading to a Master of Business Administration degree, and also for the incorporation of research activities into the curriculum. Dr. Roberta Nolson, Chairman of Management. Dr. Dale Molander, Chairman of Marketing-Finance (right). Dr. Leonard Zimny, Coordinator of Business Administration. Marketing-Finance The Marketing and Finance department, another new addition to the School of Business has already developed to the point where it is offering a major in both fields. The program is now working to improve its scope by inviting businessmen from the Fox River Valley in to speak to the classes. The department has also hired a professor to teach four courses in insurance. A senior from this department is a recipient of a scholarship from Jeffrey's Women's Apparel Shop. This scholarship consists of tuition for the entire year. The department this year is leaning toward an emphasis in adult education. 210Dr. Robort Hungate, Dean of School of Business. Accounting The accounting department, now in its second year at WSU-O, comprises over 50% of the School of Business. Out of the eight instructors now teaching, six hold doctorate degrees. The major in this field is enhanced by the fact that the curriculum has been approved by the Wisconsin Society of Certified Public Accountants this year. This means that all graduates can sit for state CPA exams immediately after graduation. The constant aim of the department is to keep abreast of all advances in the accounting field. Dr. William Zorr, Chairman of Accounting. 211Medical technology students, in the special degree program, obtain specialized courses in biology and chemistry prior to interning. Dr. Arthur Darken, Dean of School of Lettors and Science. Dr. Radford Boeing, Coordinator of Letters and Science. School of Letters and Science Now offering four areas of study, the School of Letters and Science has grown rapidly in the past several years. The four areas include: a basic four-year program leading to the B.A. or B.S. general course degree with a major in one of 24 departments: the four-year program leading to the B.S. in Art and the B.M. (Bachelor of Music): Special degree programs include Natural resources. Medical technology and engineering; and preprofessional programs offer one to three years of undergraduate education preparatory for training in further professional schools, in ten different areas. Expansion has been the key word in this school, most departments are growing rapidly and adding new courses and majors. 212Dr. Arthur Lehman, Director of Admissions Admissions Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh is the largest of nine institutions comprising the Wisconsin State University system. University officials reported a record-breaking enrollment of over 11,000 students for the 1968-69 school year. Incoming freshmen constitute about one third of the school's enrollment, and approximately 700 students come from out of state. An additional 60 scholars are from foreign countries. The Board of Regents has established the following requirements for admission to WSU-O: the student must have a high school diploma and have been in the upper % of his class, he must have completed nine units of academic credit in English, speech, social science, math, natural science, and foreign language, and he must have taken the ACT battery and obtained a recommendation by the high school counselor, in addition to a physical examination. Graduate School The graduate school of WSU-O originated in 1956. This school is headed by the Graduate Council consisting of the university president, vice-president of academic affairs, head librarian, dean of the graduate school, a representative appointed by each school dean, and two representatives selected from the Senior Graduate Faculty of each school offering a graduate program. Grades and standards are similar to the undergraduate program except that a 3.00 (B) average is required for the student to be in good standing. Five new degrees are expected to be offered in the graduate program next fall. Awaiting approval by North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools are Master of Science degrees in the teaching of art, special education, physics, and psychology; and a Master of Arts degree in library science. Dr. Everett Pyle, Dean of Graduate School. 213School of Nursing This year, for the first time, the School of Nursing is offering clinical and hospital experience for its students. The clinical comes from Bethel Home, and Theda Clark Hospital of Neenah sponsors the hospital experience. Since the School is not affiliated with any hospital program, each instructor must accompany his students in their bedside practice. This year there are twenty-five in the class with forty-five more to be chosen in the spring. The school plans to build their program up to admit 150 students per year by 1975. Helen Dorsch, Dean of School of Nursing. Showing off the is CaHa Redeman, a junior majorin To practico techniques, the student nurses often use each other as patients. 214Health Center To meet the needs of a growing university, the Health Center has been forced to hire more personnel. The center now has 3' 2 full time doctors instead of the 2' 2 it offered last year. There are now three physical doctors at the school and one half time psychiatrist on the staff. Last year the psychiatrist was at school on a one third time basis. One more full time nurse has also been hired. Two new pieces of equipment have also been added to the department. These are a new ultra-sonic device and a whirlpool bath, both for therapy on bruises. The department also has purchased more infrared lamps. A shot in the arm helps most students overcome their illnesses. Checking throats is an endless task for the staff of the Health Center. 215 Thomas K. Hocking, Director of Counseling Center. James McKeo and Phil Lane, Culturally Distinct Center. Counseling Center The counseling center provides assistance to individual students with academic, vocational and personal problems. The center maintains a Vocational-Occupational Career Library to aid the students. Located in the center of campus, the center is open to all students during the week. Extension offices are also located in several of the dorms to make their services more accessible to the students. Culturally Distinct Center This center was established this fall in the form of a program to assist students from "culturally distinct and disadvantaged groups." This program focused on counseling, tutoring, and curriculum innovations designed to assist these students whose background or other distinctions make it difficult for them to adjust to and remain in college. A faculty advisory committee worked with Phil Lane and James McKee in developing and coordinating the program. 216Reading Center The reading center offers a reading and study skills improvement program designed to assist the motivated student in meeting his academic skills. An individualized program of activities is arranged for each student based on preliminary testing and conferences. Each student then works on a regular schedule to improve his skills. Additional diagnostic and evaluative procedures are proved as re-guired. Tho mothod of testing hearing ability has advanced in recent years resulting in more accurate data. Speech and Hearing Clinic The Speech and Hearing Clinic has two purposes. The first is to provide help for those students who have speech or hearing problems. The second is to provide opportunities for observation and clinical practice for those who are interested in the field of speech correction and elect advanced courses in this area. The clinic is open to all students. Gerald Wesa is reading an oscillograph which records electrical impulses given off by muscles. It is presently being used in the testing of hearing aids.Robert Brismastor, Coordinator of Lectures and Concerts. Roy Schauer, associate director of housing, assumed his duties in the fall of 1968. Working in close association with the Campus Life Council and the Executive Housing Committee, he formulated a new policy for student housino. The po'icy. approved in February. requires only froshmen to live in residence halls, abolishes hours for sophomores, juniors, and seniors: and liberalizes the hours for freshman women. This policy will become effective in fall of 1969. Dr. Harold D. Crouse, Director of Extended Services. Extended Services Through the office of extended services, the university offers continuing education both on and off campus to area residents. The continuing education program offers evening classes on a credit or non-credit basis, and opens regular classes to special students. During this year the extended services division set up a schedule of special symposiums, workshops. and short courses covering such topics as: "Coffee Klatsch and Culture." "Music for Your Young Child." "Seminar on the Sixties." "A Black View of White America." and "Flying Saucers—Fact. Fiction, or Fantasy?" Some of the courses were held on campus while others were held in area cities. Giving up their own building to the journalism department in December, the entire division moved into offices in the newly completed Dempsey addition. 218Dr. Frederick J. Mundt, Chairman of Audio-Visual. Audio-Visual Providing slides, motion pictures, tapes, overheads, recordirigs and computer systems for instructional processes at WSU-O is the new-born audio-visual department, directed by Dr. Fred Mundt. Although no major or minor is offered at the undergraduate level, this field is attracting a sizable quantity of students. The program gives the enrollee experience and background in the traditional areas of audio-visual and exposes him to some of the newer fields—dial access, student response, computer instruction, and systems in commercial art, design, reproduction, and faculty consultation. In charge of equipment, Terrence Hess, instructs two coeds in the use of overhead projectors. 0verhead Ejectors 219Biology Halsey Science Center houses thirty-four professors in the biology department who have earned doctorate degrees or are acquiring them. Dr. Edward Schwartz, head of the department, claims that PhD's are congruous to the teaching of biology and, therefore, are a natural standard at WSU-O. Two majors presently offered in the department are Biology with three emphases, and Microbiology and Public Health. Student demand and upper divisional enrollment has required the addition of another laboratory wing to the main building. It is scheduled to be opened in fall of 1969. Dr. Edward Schwartz, Chairman of Biology. Research is a continual happening" in the biology department. 220Chemistry Currently seeking certification of the American Chemical Society is the Chemistry department of WSU-O, according to Dr. Kenneth Hughes, department chairman. The department now offers three majors: professional, liberal arts, and secondary education. It hopes to implement a combined chemistry-physics major soon. During the summer, the WSU-O department hosted an eight week National Science Foundation Institute for high school chemistry teachers through a $32,00 grant. Courses within the chemistry department were recently restructured to meet the minimum requirements set by the American Chemical Society. Working with a burette, this chemistry student is seeking tho saturation point obtained by titration. 221 Chemistry studonts working in labs, often become completely engrossed in the reactions taking place.Faculty members can often bo found helping a student solve his physics problems. Physics and Astronomy This year the Physics and Astronomy department has placed great emphasis on lab work for its students. They have changed from the "cookbook" type experiments and research to a more practically related program. The department now has students on its committees and working regularly with professors on research projects. Also this year, the Board of Regents has approved a graduate program in Physics. Dr. Barent Johnson, Chairman of Physics-Astronomy. Dr. Emerson Fine works with a student in studying the physical properties of a sample. 222Dr. Burton Kargos, Chairman of Geology. Geology Burton Karges, Chairman of the Geology Department, reports that although his department is only in its third year of offering a major, it has increased four-fold in size since 1964. In the near future, two major goals will hopefully be attained. One, the granting of a Master's Degree in Earth Science for teachers. The other, a Master's Degree in Geol-ogy. Within the department, research projects ranging from the study of pre-cambian organisms to the limnology of Lake Butte des Morts are well underway. In May WSU-O sponsored an institute on Lake Superior Geology. A tri-state geological field conference for 500 geologists in Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin is being organized by the Oshkosh department. Goology students soon learn of the need of a strong hammer in field work. 223Sometimes a geography lab manual can serve for purposes other than what it was originally intended. Dr. Donald Bruycre, Chairman of Geography. Geography Growing at a faster rate than the university is the Geography Department at WSU-O. This area boasts a 38% increase in enrollment over the last year. Five years ago. there were only four professors with doctorates in contrast to ten today. Another marked increase is the number of persons employed. eighteen today, eight five years ago. The goals of this department are to offer a graduate degree, and to introduce specialized programs in conservation and urban geography. During the past year, two visiting professors, one from Kiel University in West Germany, and the other from Cairo, Egypt, worked within the department. Paralleling their visits, WSU-O had representatives at an International Geography Union meeting in New Delhi, India, and on a USSR Seminar Tour in the Soviet Union. Concluding the courses were field trips to Baraboo, Wisconsin Dells, Devil’s Lake, and the Kettle Moraine. 224A textbook library worker helps a studont find his book in a maze of other texts. Dr. John Bengston, Chairman of History. History Students of WSU-O relive the past and look to the future under the guidance of thirty-one professors in the history department, headed by John Bengston. Expansion is evident in this department as is for the university as a whole. The history staff has doubled within the last five years. Today, twenty-one faculty members have doctorates compared to thirteen five years ago. A highlight of the 1968-69 school year in the History Department was the establishment of a new course, "The History of the American Negro." Future goals include expansion of course offerings in Asiatic, Latin American, and African history. The department hopes for a program granting a Master of Arts Degree in history in contrast to the MST currently offered. 225Political Science Dr. George Willis, Chairmen of Political Science. The political science department made additions to their present courses in police administration in order to offer a major in the field. These additions included courses in Police Administration, Foundations of Law and Order, and Police-Community Relations. The curriculum was approved by local police departments but not the Board of Regents. The proposed major will stand in the case that it will be approved at a further date. This year too, the political science department led in many campus and political activities by having many outspoken faculty members become involved in campus affairs. imrrrar« The office of Dr. Martin Grueberg shows that stickers and signs are essential to a political race. VOTE nOQKSSM »«(• » »• •' semis mnun VICE Humphrey iH NIXON AGNEW Buttons offer another source of campaign propaganda. 226Sociology-Anthropology Student interest in sociology and anthropology seems to be increasing all over the nation and is definitely evident at WSU-O. This greater interest is apparently due to human-centered occupations and a growing desire to know more about people and contemporary society. One of the main objectives for the Sociology-Anthropology Department according to Chairman Robert Forman, is to catch up with the student demand for courses. Multi-expansion of this department by means of addition of specialized courses, smaller-sized sections, and the development of a graduate program will help to eliminate complex situation presently faced. Dr. Robort Forman, Chairman of Sociology-Anthropology. Dr. Jim Gerritson points out one of the characteristics of an Indian bowl. 227Dr. Wonner ponders the poster which dominates his office wall. Dr. Manfred Wenner, Chairman of International Studies. Dr. H. Sang Lee, Chairman of Economics. International Studies The international studies department offers only seven courses within its department. The remainder of the courses needed for an international studies major are taken through the anthropology, economics, geography, history, philosophy, political science, and sociology departments. Students majoring in international studies must choose one of these areas for concentration. Two years of a foreign language are also required for a major. y ealthy children Economics Excellence and relevancy in undergraduate instruction coupled with an increased emphasis on faculty research are the main concerns of the department of economics. There is a 27% increase in student enrollment over last year. This increase is attributed to the addition of two upper level courses. The economics department is staffed by eleven professors, five of which hold doctorates. The department offers an undergraduate major and a program for work in the Master of Arts degree is underway. 228Harry Wolff, a mathematics instructor, does his homework on an abacus. Computer coursos, taught through the math doparr-ment, give students practical experience in the computer center. Mathematics The mathematics department of WSU-O is striving for continual development of a strong undergraduate major and development of a graduate program in mathematics and mathematic education. Robert Wonders, chairman of the department, claims this area is growing at a slower pace than the university as a whole. He attributes this to the fact that a mathematics major is "not easy." Keen competition from newly established departments also checks the growth of this field. 229 Dr. Robert Wonders, Chairman of Mathematics.This message greets all passersby in the psychology labs in Clow basement. Dr. Meeker works with electro-physiological equipment in the study of behavorial processes in cockroaches. Psychology Dr. George Soika, head of the department reports that the staff has increased four times its size since 1964. Fourteen of the fifteen faculty members have doctorates. The psychology department is the only one among the state universities which has a graduate program. The department is presently involved in preparing a research project for the college science improvement program. Dr. George Soika, Chairman of Psychology.Speech Phenomenal growth has been evidenced in the speech department. In the last five years the employment concentration has tripled; its doctoral resources eleven times. A recognized need for such an increase is attributable to the need in communicating skills. The speech department has two majors with emphasis in four areas. A graduate program is being planned. Dr. Josoph B. Laine. Chairman of Speech. A professor awaits his cue to begin filming. Mr. James Woolsoy works with a student in the repairing of television equipment. 231Linda Haase pauses for a chat with a neighboring student in the language lab. Sitting at the master control board Alan Probst listens intently to the tape playing. Dr. Robert Borens, Chairman of Foreign Languages. Foreign Language There exists a disproportionate balance between the demand and the actual number of students involved in the study of foreign languages. This gap may be attributed to the fact that foreign languages are only required for the Bachelor of Arts degree: the degree sought least by students at WSU-O. Four separate majors are offered in this field, headed by five professors holding doctorate degrees. The foreign language department is keeping abreast with the academic strata at WSU-O with its intention of instituting a Masters of Arts program. 232Dr. John Brooks, Chairman of English. English Although the most publicized event in the English department this year was the new Black literature course, the department was changing in many other ways. The main change was revision on English courses for non-majors and minors in English and American literature. These courses will cover only the masterpieces in literature, as it was felt that most people would come in contact with these works. These new courses would also free instructors to give more attention to those who will need a more in-depth coverage. Students are not the only people who spend long hours at a desk studying. 233Ann Fox studies her sculpture inspired by her teecher. Art Third floor of Dempsey offers a far different atmosphere than that of the second floor administration offices. It is permeated with the smell of oils, ceramics, and paint: it is the home of the art department. With twenty-one faculty members, the department is rapidly expanding its course offerings. A student majoring in art may now graduate in three areas: secondary education with a B.A.E. (art education); Letters and Science with a B.S. in art; or Letters and Science with a B.S. or B.A. with emphasis in art history. A minor is also offered in elementary and secondary education. Dr. Michael 8randt, Chairman of Art (left). 234Daily practico is the key to success in music. Music Offering ten different majors, the music department is the most diversified department at WSU-O. Majors range from Combined Music Education to a Bachelor of Music-Music Therapy. Cognizant of the needs of the growing student body, the music department is increasing both in size and in stature. The twenty-eight departmental members, including two with doctorates, are kept busy teaching nearly sixty different courses each semester. Three major goals are being studied at this time. They include: the establishment of a Masters of Music program, a School of Fine Arts, and a Fine Arts Building which would house the now scattered divisions of the music department. Senior recitals culminate four years of study by music students. Dr. Rogor Dennis, Chairman of Music. 235Miss Helen Wahoski, head Librarian. The card catalog—the key to a library. Library Science WSU-Oshkosh is the only state university which offers a major in library science. Because of this and the ever growing need for librarians, the department is expanding rapidly. Five new faculty members were added for this academic year. The major goal of this department is the institution of a proaram leading to a Master of Arts degree in library science. This program should be started in the fall of 1970. It would be the only such program in the state university system. The highlight of the school year was the completion of the new addition to the library. The addition, doubling the size of the library, became the home of the "stacks'' educational materials center, faculty offices and classrooms. Miss Nitkowski, the textbook librarian, is in charge of ordering and distributing all textbooks. 236The philosophical look of a wondering mind dominates the faces of both students and faculty during registration. Philosophy This year many of philosophy professors are stressing the philosophical aspects of other fields. This includes offering courses such as philosophy of arts; science; religion; literature; history; language; and social philosophy. The department is also starting the inroads of a graduation program. Urban Affairs This year the urban affairs department is giving its students more experience in the field by having many of them work with city and government programs in urban planning. This includes actual problem solving studies that will be used by government agencies' internship programs; work with the census bureau on a study in law enforcement; and design of a regional information system on a local, state, and federal level to aid in research programs. Dr. Raymond Burr, Chairman of Philosophy. Dr. Millan Vuchich, Chairman of Urban Affairs. 237Dr. Robert White. Chairman of Men's Physical Education. Karate lessons are offered in the night programs in Albee Hall. Men's Physical Education The men's physical education department, headed by Robert E. White, offers a major in physical education and is looking forward to the initiation of a master’s program at WSU-O. Faculty in the P.E. curriculum teach courses in physical and health education. They are confronted with the responsibilities of coaching as well as those of teaching. Consequently, time must be spent both in the classroom and on the field or court. The brawny but agile Titan athletes compete in football, basketball, baseball, track, cross country. wrestling, gymnastics, swimming, tennis, and golf: and rank among the best as is proven by the bulging trophy cases in A'bee Hall. Intramural team sports also play an important role in OSU's physical education series. Warm weather finds the gymnastics class working out on. Dempsey lawn. 238Women's Physical Education The women's physical education department is looking forward to the completion of the new field house at WSU-O. This building will house facilities for both indoor and outdoor sports: including tennis courts, swimming pool, golfing areas, three gyms, and classrooms. In 1970, both Albee Hall and the field house will be open for regular use to students as well as P.E. majors. The women's department has six professors with doctorate degrees, compared to two, five years ago. Five assistant professors, two instructive professors. and two faculty assistants compose the remainder of the staff. The department, offering a women's phys-ed. major, is trying to obtain a graduate program, as well as a recreation major. A smiling face makes even the toughest stunt a bit easier. Dr. Phyllis Roney, Chairman of Women's Physical Education. Dr. Eric Kitzman, Director of Athletics. 239R.O.T.C. In their first year at WSU-O. the Department of Military Science recruited over one hundred applicants for the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps Program and established a cadet battalion including the freshmen, sophomores, and Advanced Corps cadets. Advanced cadets who had attended basic summer camp during the 1968 summer assumed cadet cadre and staff positions and. under close advisement of the military faculty, established a Tuesday morning drill period, organized ROTC intramural athletic teams, set up a Pershing Rifles military fraternity, created a rifle team, formed a color guard, participated in two weekend training camps, organized their first military ball, and sold Christmas trees to raise money. Major Gordon Corcoran. 240 Bob Bossell drills the cadets in military posture. Lieut. Col. Richard Sherwood, PM$.Dr. David Lipperf, Chairman of Journalism. Diano Heilman ponders copy information before writing her story. lournalism The journalism department was created in conjunction with the establishment of a journalism major at WSU-O for 1968-69, and is chaired by Dr. David J. Lippert. Previously, a journalism minor had existed within the English department. A departmental goal is future accreditation by the American Council of Education for Journalism. The journalism program is closely associated with the operation of the student newspaper, "The Oshkosh Advance-Titan" and the student yearbook, "The Quiver," The student newspaper has recently received national recognition for layout and design, and has received an All-American rating in Associated Collegiate Press competition. Because of university expansion, the department was forced to move from its location on Algoma Blvd. to the former Extended Services Building on High Ave. The new facilities provide space for journalism classrooms, offices, and.student publications. 241Most organizations at WSU-O found themselves looking for members. While interest was aroused in dissent, apathy was apparent in regard to organizations. The sixty-two organizations offer a wide variety of special areas and interest to which a student can affiliate himself. Yet. most of these groups are barely maintaining their present mem- 242243Trudi Hahn, production manager. Gene Johnson, advertising manager. Advance-Titan Under the guidance of Mr. Holim Kim, a stirring taskmaster, the Advance-Titan staff worked to retain its All-American rating and to provide the WSU-O campus with a comprehensive weekly newspaper. Bill Leach, managing editor. Linda Vatchata, news editor.As editor-in-chief, Harvey Roesler spent many sleepless nights editing, supervising, losing his hair, and gulping down no-doze. Despite a reshuffling of staff members, the Advance-Titan maintained a high standard of performance. A year of turmoil at WSU-O provided the Advance-Titan staff with practical experience in covering challenging and stimulating subject matter. Mr. Holim Kim, advisor, and Harvey Roesler, Editor. Karen Thompson, reporter; Tom Sears, sports editor; Yvonne Vorhoven, roporter. BOTTOM ROW: Yvonne Verhovon. Kathy Endter. Linda Vachata. Newt editor. Dave Lippert, Harvey Roesler. Editor. 8 ll Leach. Managing editor. Connie Anderson. SECOND ROW: Kay Komorosle. Eileen Gilles. Linda D Blasl S . ■ . Photographer. John Bertram. Business manager Sopp.5! • T,Vdi Hah°- P,0duC,;°n """W Serdra Ver.246 BOTTOM ROW: Tarora Butch. Diana Mertor.i. Cheryl Wettphal, Publicity Chairman. Pam Haubenvchild. Barb Schomitch, Sue Lu«. Toni Bohnko. Treaturor, Rose Wright. Carla Jo Peel. SECOND ROW: Jackio P'«hl, Catherine Noli, First Vico-Pretident, Susan Bauer, Wendy Metiler. Fran Nelson. Senior Advisory Board. Jackie Oavadatscher. Gail Roitman, Barbara Herioq. Recording Secretary. Monica Krull. Donna Schur. Linda McDonald. THIRD ROW: Kathy Becker. Chris Graf. Corresponding Socretary. Linda SpJcrontki. Second Vice-President. Patricia Witte. Sandy Draoger. Mariboth Siegel. Susie Heighway. Sue Cederstrom. Diane SosnosH Karen Mierreiewski. Kay Blime’. FOURTH ROW: Ellen Buchmann. Rochelle Frenson. Trudi Vance—Senior Advisory Board. Diano Wolfgram. Senior Advisory Board. Julie Bollln. Shirley Louor. Cathy Pinch President. Mary Lou Mayer. Katherine Werner. Sharon Mushack. Dianne Winkers. Veda Harris. Associated Women Students Besides being the largest women's organization on WSU-O campus, the Associated Women Students is also one of the most active. Membership is open to all women students with representation to the AWS Board taken from residence halls. Greek organizations, private housing and Town Club. AWS is responsible for recommendations concerning rules and regulations for women students. It also conducts the Judicial board for disciplination of women students. Some of the activities of the 1968-69 school year were: sponsoring a New Voters Rally. Father-Daughter day. Mother-Daughter weekend, Summer Job Workshop. Ten Top Women. and Outstanding Senior Women, as well as special programs for women. Miss Jean Schedler was chosen as the Best Dressed Coed in the annuel contest sponsored by AWS.Golden Tassels New to the Oshkosh campus this year is an honorary society for junior women. Organized in the spring of 1968, the society had over fifteen charter members. New members are initiated every semester. Women are chosen for this group on the basis of academic achievement and activities participated in on campus. It is sponsored by Associated Women Students. Town Club Town Club is a division of Associated Women's Students. Its purpose is to acquaint commuting women students with the University and its facilities. Special activities include a Christmas party and a "fun night" in the Cavern. Town Club members also participate in the annual AWS Dad-Daughter and Mother-Daughter banquets. Campus speakers highlight weekly meetings. BOTTOM ROW: Kay Jonci. Cheryl Nelion. SECOND ROW: Jeanno Kendall. Nancy Elvall. Sue Zoellner. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Kolb— President, Jean Erdman. Terrle Bahr, Hontz. Linda Spicieniki. Ann Genke. Diane Sosnoski. Karen Spicienski. SECOND ROW: Gail Krueger. Kathy Pit . Kathy 247BOTTOM ROW: Surannc Waller . Sharon Murphy. Kay Sponbaucr. El'on Ramlet. Mindy Wurtr. Leanne Buboltr. Jones Senior edv! or. Mary Korn. Preiident. Julie Wegner. THIRD ROW: Anne Thorn. Sharon Dietjlor, Kathy Secretary. Judy Mueller. HIttorian. Sue Baclet. SECOND Mortwedf. Judy Toeple, Julie Janictel. ChaHeno Vlach. ROW; Linda Krull. Jani Buthee. Eileen Mueller. Jean Kathy Beeler. Bridle Brigade The Bridle Brigade is a relatively new club at WSU-O. It was started in the spring of 1967 for the purpose of organizing students interested in horses and horseback-riding. The club has a group ride once a week whenever possible, after which food was prepared over a campfire. Riding lessons were also provided by the club. Campouts, bowling, and attending horseshows were among other activities engaged in by the club. Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Lambda Delta is a scholastic honorary for freshman women. Its purpose is to promote a high standard of learning and scholastic achievement among the women in their first year on campus. It was installed at WSU-O on November 8. 1966. This year Alpha Lambda Delta sponsored the Dean's tea. Its members acted as Campus Hostesses during campus events. Miss Judith Wise served as faculty adviser. BOTTOM ROW: Ann Paulton. Tamra 8utch. Secretary, loi Tim. Schaefer. THIRD ROW: Sandra Lardle. Sue Albertln. Ruth Ann merman. President, e«b Kotodilejstl. Vice-president. Judi Smith. Radal. Jam Ohrmundt, Bernlta Kolbe. Linda Schroeder. Carol Treasurer Jacl Mini . SECOND ROW; Eileen Gil! , Jane Davit. Mathwlg. Janice Venten. Kathy Pit:. Kay Bondow. Shawn Scallon. Ruth Grambort. Joan 248BOTTOM ROW; J ane Tarptey—Second viceprevdent. Greco Leirner—Chaplain. Sue KobyU —President. Ru»h Seeburqer—Faculty Advisor Royce Krueger—First vice president. Sandra Sandridge— Secretary. Jayne Anderson—Warden. SECOND ROW: Margaret Stratton—Musical Director. Marylynn Gross. Lynne Radmer—Publicity. Mary Baber, Diane Wais—Historian. Peggy SouveV. Leslio Riese. Christian Science Organization The Christian Science Organization's main function is to give those students interested in Christian Science a place to meet with others who share this interest. Each year this organization holds a Christian Science lecture open to all faculty members and students who want to learn about Christian Science. This year Mr. Martin N. Heafer. member of the board of lectureship in Boston, was the guest speaker. Delta Omicron Delta Omicron is an international music fraternity for women. The chapter on this campus, Omicron Chi, was founded March 14. 1965. This year the chapter presented two public musicals, a formal winter concert and one in the spring. The members also served as ushers at all of the functions of the music department and lended assistance to the department whenever they were called upon to do so. BOTTOM ROW; Janice Jenien. Diane Wait— Treaiurar Margaret Clark. SECOND ROW; Lynn Bill- berg Secretary, Charlei Silver. Greg Fahrman. Gre 8ena«al—President, Sally Miller. 249BOTTOM ROW: Don LeFontelno. Mile Secofte. Welter Goldberg. Wolwnsel. Ed Metchett. THIRD ROW: Robarf Gorfinlel. Pre»Ident. John Troaturer. Kathleer S»oa . Swoathoart. Daniel Hainan, Marty Johnion, Jim Kurcief. Robert Bottall. Erik lammert. David Willt. Lt. Governor. John Grocnspon VIce-preildent. SECOND ROW; Bill Wagner. Jemei Hebl. Gary Prey. Glen Goff. J. Travers Price. Corresponding Secretary Ron Haase. Madsen. Secretary. Dr. Leiblo. Advisor. James Mend. John Mand. Wilfrid Jim Groonspon fakes a messago on a phone pad donated by Circle K. Circle K Circle K dedicates itself to service. The Kiwanis affiliate was established on the WSU-O campus in 1956. Today, this chapter is the largest in the Upper Michigan and Wisconsin District. This year the Oshkosh club hosted the District Convention. It was held at the Picasso Plaza in April with representatives coming from every club in the district. The men of Circle K undertake service projects in exchange for personal satisfaction. Some of their projects were selling lazy letters to raise money for Rawhide Boy’s Camp, visiting patients at Winnebago state and county hospitals, chaperoning YMCA dances, working for the head start program, as well as continued other assistances to the campus.Delta Tau Kappa The Tau Chapter of Delta Tau Kappa here at WSU-O is the only chapter of this International Social Science Honors Society in the State University system, and the largest in the state of Wisconsin. Speakers, usually faculty members, appeared at each monthly meeting. Membership was open to all with a minimum of 20 credits in the social sciences. a 3.0 over-all. and a 3.2 in the social courses. Club interests for this year covered all international and national events related to the social sciences. The officers were Carolyn Hansen, president. Kathy Freund, vice-president, Nancy Wolff, secretary, and Mike Lind-vall. Club interests cover all international and national events related to the social sciences. BOTTOM ROW: Jan® Tarploy, Jurii Veidemenit. Advitor. N«ncy Wolff—Secretary, Carolyn Hantan— President. Arthur Darken. Advisor, Pefricia Lur. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Nelson. Gail Matoyka. Thomas Nigl. Frank N. Kautrmann III. Barbara Herzog. Eileen Ruochel. Karen Wedde. THIRD ROW: Jack Menis. Jill Titzkowski, Kathy Pinch, Rowland Jahns. Bonnie Linck. Rose Von, Kaye Hinz. BOTTOM ROW; Jean M. Ball, troajuror. Jeanne Kendall, secretary. Nancy Morey, vice-president. Kay Jones, president. Connie Anderson. SECOND ROW; Yvonne Verhovcn. Jean Kant. Eileen Hilbclink, Judy Mikulsly. Mary Rounds. Bonita Mann. Linda Teumer. Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi is a national honor society in Education, established in-191 I at the University of Illinois and brought to this campus with the installation of Beta Theta Chapter in January of 1929. The monthly meetings include a variety of programs dealing with education and its role in our daily lives. In February the Oshkosh chapter hosted a regional conference of twenty-five chapters from six states. The theme of the conference was "The Challenge of Future Education in the United States." Members must be a junior ranking in the upper one fifth of the University and enrolled in the School of Education. 25180TT0M ROW: Lolt B«hm. Judy Ewald. Jean Kohli, president; Pastor Patricia Nichols. Marilyn Kolpin Carol Cootway. IMIkD ROW: Krompart, Pastoral Advisor; Charlotlo Cooicy. secretary; Deborah Anderson Niemuth, Stephen Meyer, William Klingbile. Orwin Dracgor, David Zimdars. treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mary J. Korn. Eileen Mueller. Shirley Doerfer. Daniel Dalum, Peter C. Zimmerman, social chairman. Gamma Delta The chapter of the International Association of Lutheran Students on this campus is Gamma Delta. The Greek letters of the name stand for "gnosis" which means knowledge and "diakonia" which means service. In the area of knowledge, they held spirited discussions on topics from sex morality to the conscientious objector. For service, they worked at Winnebago State Hospital throughout the year. The club had many activities which included a speech by Vicar Paul Crayton, a Negro who is working with racial problems in Milwaukee's Inner Core. Sitting in front of the fireplace at the newly acquired Lutheran Student Center, these two students try to raise some money from the offering plate. 252BOTTOM ROW: David Blanchard, Advisor; Ed Tiles. Vico Prosidont: Leilio ROW: Laurio Ann Smith, Thomas Schroepfer. James Loornor. Davo Millor, Kiohl. Secretary; Keith Davis. President: Torry Davoy, Treasurer. SECOND Mir. Massoud Tehran!. Economics Society The functions of the Economics Society are varied and numerous. Bringing economics students together, creating a closer relationship between faculty and students of economics, to provide learning experiences beyond the scope of the classroom, and to create pride in the field of economics all contributed to a worthwhile objective. A major activity of the Economics Society was their field trip to the Chicago Federal Reserve Bonk and Federal Board of Trade. Its faculty debate, informational films, and lively discussions helped to contribute to the intellectual agenda of this organization. Lutheran Collegians The Lutheran Collegians, whose purpose was to develop and encourage Christian action among college students, was a very active organization. The Oshkosh of L.C. participated greatly in the National Lutheran Collegians Convention held at Camp Courage, Minnesota as well as in many local activties. The most important project during this year was the appropriation of a campus house which could be used for meetings, vesper and Sunday services, and a general meeting place for Lutheran Students. The chapter supplied the only Sunday School teachers at Winnebago State Hospital. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Co . Mary Broil, momberihip chairman, Robert Weitter. Allan Schumacher, Kathy Church. Sharon Butrlaff. THIRD ROW: Zondog, vice-president. John Bodor. treasurer, Julie Wogner. secretary, Joyce Lemlo, Barrio lutzo. Darrell Grlesbach. David Schumacher. Ronald Fay Lomle. president. SECOND ROW: Jean Erdmen, Pamela White. Sally Kant. Susan Lathrop. Laurie Jotsie.BOTTOM ROW: Rick Borgcr. Mr. Brian McKnlqht. advisor. Jo® Norton phy. Bruco Erdmann, Michaol Morlarty. Rob«r» Stcvonion. Tom Handricktan Jean Myers. SECOND ROW: Marl Poythros'., treasurer. Barbara Henre soc- president. Richard DuVall. rotary. Karen Lolble. Jim Craro. Chuck Eiden. THIRD ROW: Michael Mur- Geology Club This year Geology Club is involved in assembling mineral boxes and kits containing hand lenses and other paraphernalia essential for identifying rocks and minerals. These will be made available to beginning Geology students as an aid for their laboratory work. The Annual Tri-State Conference was co-spon-sored this fall by WSU-O. The conference was held in the Wausau area. WSU-O students stayed in the only proper lodging for a geologist—a park campground. The Geology Club paid all of the camping fees for students attending from Oshkosh. The group also helped register professors and students from other universities in the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa. Last year Geology Club began the tradition of awarding a graduating senior who has been especially helpful in the Geology department a gift and the honor of having his name engraved on a plaque in Harrington Hall. The award is the Burton E. Karges Award, named in honor of the chairman of the department. The 1968 recipient of the award was Tom Vehrs. Field trips offer practical experience to the geology student. 254Forming a fountain with their kicks, these Trident members prepare for a back somersault in the water. Golden Tridents The Golden Tridents is a synchronized swimming club consisting of forty energetic members who spend much of their free time in the water. Fall semester is spent getting into shape and teaching new members synchronized swimming techniques, while second semester is spent in planning and practicing for their annual water show. This show is held every year in conjunction with the AWS Mother Daughter Weekend. This year in addition to their weekly practices, members of the Golden Tridents held water ballet clinics at high schools in Stevens Point, Green Bay. and Milwaukee. Keeping your toes pointed and your leg straight are two of the basic techniques of water ballet. IN WATER, FRONT TO BACK: Jan Toplak. Holly Blayney, Carol Guta. Carol A. Mathwiq Diana Finn. KNEELING: Dawn Sfratior. FIRST ROW: Pat Allan. Christy Lut: Mary Jo Rideout. Nancy Lea Kucima'sli. Sandra Endorby. Maxine Biobar. SECOND ROW: Jamio Straub. Carolun Kinq. Chris Zweiqer. Leslie Evans. Joan Sieinbrecher. Toni Benithok. Jana Schmeichel. Mario Charak. Lynda Schaudor. Flora Howie. Bonny Ruiek. Carol Chapman. BACK ROW: Kris Tarnow. Kathy Sweet, Diana O'Connor. Barb Balderwitr. Mary Jankcck, Kay Kinq. 255BOTTOM ROW: Tom Marotr. Mujabi Mpata—Committee. Mary Anna Broth man. Daniel G. Johnton, G. Loui . Rhynar. Alan L. Janfe. Arped S. Hor- Gage—Secretary. Thomas G. Ardrew—Treasurer. Carolyn Hansen—Chair- vath. Michael L. Hensen Bruce A. 8rool. Michael E. Gibbs. Loren Gliclitoin, man, Brian T. Liner—Parliamentarian. Dr. Kenneth J. Grieb— Faculty Advisor. Manny De Vora. James Heinrelman- Public Relations. Isaac Kayondo. SECOND ROW: Steven Menorah The Menorah Club is dedicated to the social and cultural interest of the Jewish students on the WSU-O campus. The organization has hosted such speakers as Dr. Wenner. an authority on the Middle East affairs, and socially, a Channukah Party which was held prior to the opposing vacation. At Passover time, they have a Sedar, which was enjoyed by Jews and Gentiles alike. The Menorah Club intends to serve the some three hundred Jews at Oshkosh. Model United Nations Academic development through intercollegiate competition is the theme of the Model United Nations activities at WSU-O. The Campus Co-ordinating Committee organizes the annual MUN campus session each fall, and in turn, chooses teams to attend intercollegiate conferences throughout the nation. Participation is open to students in any field who have an interest in international affairs. The success of MUN ventures are indicative of its continuance. BOTTOM ROW; Jamet A. William .—Trettumr. Steven D. Sondfrlirq— Vico Preiident. Frederick J. Kahn—President. Pamela E. Either—Recording Secretary. Walter M. Goldberg—E Officio member. Harold L. Round— Advisor. SECOND ROW: Linda Montag. Martin Epitein. Mart Lernor. Fredrick Waltzef. Loren Glickttein. Robert Epitein, Ellen Satinity. 256Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia, the professional music fraternity is organized to promote American music and composers, to do music oriented service projects, to perform and to help with clinic work. Activities of this year included ushering for musical events, providing bulletin boards in music house and Christmas caroling. During the fall semester, they conferred honorary national membership upon Gerry Voigt, of the music faculty. BOTTOM ROW: Grace leimer. Sue Kobylsli. Key Sweedy, secretary-treasurer. SECOND ROW; Thomas Mueller, vico-president. Wally Hansen. Thomas Maclin, David Gillingham. president. Music Students' Council Consisting of elected representatives from each class and the presidents of the three music organizations, the Music Student's Council. organized in 1966, provides link between the students and the faculty. The Council also sponsors the Chamber Art Series which features professional performers. The proceeds from this series are used as a scholarship fund for incoming music students. BOTTOM ROW: Gregory f ardo. Randy Slelton, Jim Hoagland. Edward Piorcc. John Bobcl. SECOND ROW: Michael Thiele, secretary. W.lliam Mc-Lauqhlin. Howard Vrarlin, Don Hale. John Heidt. Barry Yarbro. THIRD ROW: Don Doering. Don Utter, vice-president. Marl Schumcrth. Howard Schneider. David Henninq. treasurer. Thomas Mueller. FOURTH ROW: Wally Messner. Tom Maclin. president Chucl Leahy. Tom Perry. Greq Bar.asral, A. Scott Guether. Steve Evans. 257BOTTOM ROW; Kathy Zeman. treasurer, Chris Pinehj, vice cow Sharrow Cindy Kolb. Carolyn Proninsley. Judy Schmitt. THIRD ROW: modora. Jan Moldenhauar. advisor. Robert Rabidoan. Wondy Mott- Ric Stomkopf. Jomot Stucl. Tony Gilson. Larry Hirschberg, Doug lar. publicity secretory. Sally Zahn. corresponding secretary. SEC- Wetrel, Larry Wylie Karen Stuck. OND ROW: Phyllis Greenwald. Barb Coerper. Sherry M.ller, Mary Titan Sailing Club The Titan Sailing Club is dedicated to teaching all aspects of sailing to its members. The "learn to sail" part of the program involves dry land instruction and movies, as well as actual sailing in Neenah. The more advanced sailors have weekly informal competition with Lawrence University. From this group are chosen sailors to compete in Midwest Collegiate Sailing Association Regattas around the country. Along with Lawrence, they sponsor the annual MCSA Baithke Regatta every spring. Psi Chi Psi Chi, the national society in psychology is sponsored at WSU-O by the psychology department. The society is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association and is the recognized academic honor society in psychology. Membership is based on academic achievement and is by invitation. Thirty-six new members have been initiated since December of 1967. The society hosts guest speakers from various concerns to the field of psychology. BOTTOM ROW: Sue Kapp. Historian: Thomas Cleveland. Prr-.idont; Dr. W. E. Scoville. Faculty Advisor; Kayo Paitrid. Bonni Mayor, Jan Duchac. Secretory-Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Su« Zoollnar. Ron Horning. Gary Salaty, Phil Slota, Vica President; Vicki Floether, Kathy Howard. Tom Lieding. 258Amateur Radio Club The WSU-O Amateur Radio Club was reactivated on campus in the spring of 1967. Since then the club has accomplished many basic things. This year a radio "shack" was set up in the basement of Gruenhagen Hall, and the club call letters. WA9YRN. were obtained from the Federal Communications Commission. In addition, an amateur radio license class was established and is offered every semester to any interested persons who are directly affiliated with WSU-O. Activities of the club included tours and films related to the field of radio communications and the annual WSU-OARC Christmas Message Service. KNEELING: Ray Gfuafimachor, Gary Motzgor. SITTING: Kathy Murphy. Bill Andcrton. Mark Klock-jin. STANDING: Wendy Metzlor, Dan Borkon. trcaiuror. Tim Van Himbergen. Randy Scharf. Doug Wet-zol. Todd A. Fonstad. advitor. BOTTOM ROW: Joo Barber, Robert Harley. Carl Mutters. John Davis. SECOND ROW; Mike Muller, secretary, Mark Klocksin. Larry Lepidus. Barbara Schindler. Diane Grcon-wood. THIRD ROW; Donn Willioms. Jim Zompol. president, Tim Van Himbergen. treasurer. Dr. Robort Snyder, advisor. Phil Margel. historian. Silver Mike Society The Silver Mike Society works to promote a professional attitude toward broadcasting on the WSU-O campus and to assist the student of broadcasting in his desired field. The organization held seminars for all interested persons in broadcasting. Their guest speakers included Mr. Don Love (News Director of WBAY), Mr. R. C. Nelson (General Manager of WBAY), and the Secretary of the Wisconsin Broadcaster's Association. The Silver Mike visited radio and television stations in Green Bay. Milwaukee, Chicago, and Oshkosh, as well as a movie production studio. They also sponsored a banquet for all people interested in broadcasting. 259Union Social Committee The social committee of the Union is responsible for the first mass contact with people at WSU-O by sponsoring the freshmen orientation activities. These include the Freshman Mixer and Watermelon Hootenanny. It also sponsors the weekly T.G.I.F. dances, Fireside Flinq, Cabaret Party, Christmas Dance, and Winter Carnival. BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Siremore Sue Kapp. Jeanne Kendall—Chairmen. Dean C. Moada— Advi'-or. Kay Jo ei—Secretary. Pat RtzGarald, S.e Z r SECOND ROW: Sue MiVuUcky. Jem '. M Joan Haxon. Jama Trantow. Richard Bidwell. Tom Valitchla. Char Hatche. Mary LucVhardt. Union Executive Committee The Executive board of the Union is responsible for the various programs and activities sponsored throughout the year for the benefit of the students at WSU-O. The board consists of individual committee chairmen, the Union director, and a representative from the Student Senate. The members of the board are chosen representatives from the five union committees and must be approved by the existing Union board before joining the committees. Public Relations Committee Besides sponsoring the annual photo Contest, the large portion of the Union Public Relations Committee is handling publicity for all Union events and programs. In this function, the committee has printed posters for school and community bulletin boards, presented radio programs on the University FM station, held slide shows in the Union lobby and distributed newspaper articles, brochures, and booklets. BOTTOM ROW: Bob Mewar—Union board Chairman. R. H. Sommarfiald—Union Director. John Marohl. SECOND ROW: Maioria Morgan. Kay Bordow. Jeanna Kondall. Suo Schlapman. BOTTOM ROW: Majorio Morgan—Chairman. Ga i Floaihar. Carla Oman. SECOND ROW: Karin Sand. John Bold . Michaa! Latle. John Schuh. Jana Mingai. 260Union Program Committee Sunday night and Classic movie series Wing-Dings, Special Interest and Audubon series, and the Coffee House Circuit come under the Program Committee's influence. This year it presented Cleopatra in a two-night showing, Lord Jim and Al-fie in the Sunday night movies. Dick Gregory and Bill Sands for the special interest series, the Skippers and David Pengally in the Coffee-House Circuit. BOTTOM ROW: Jill Martrto. Diane Dlederich. B! Schcmbera. Kay Borrow—Cha'rman. Crytta Kroger. SECOND ROW BUI Bejtor. Tom Sadow»U Richard Neumann—Advisor. Michael H. Diclmann. Karen Kramer. Union House Committee The Union House Committee is responsible for surveying all areas of Union to determine future expansion needs. It decorates the Union at Christmas time. The policies in effect in the Cavern are formed by this committee. Also, it hears complaints and suggestions of students regarding Union facilities. BOTTOM ROW: Kriity Anderson. R. H. Sommer ;old--Union Director. Mary Ellen Ryf. SECOND ROW: Sandy Stephan. Herb Mathwig. Don Olson. Sue Schlapman—Chairman. Union Fine Arts Committee The Fine Arts Committee is in charge of art exhibits and contests, fine art movies, the Avante Garde events such as happenings and environments, the annual pumpkin carving contest and the Professor Speak’s series. This year it sponsored, "Significant Rattles from the Crib." Dr. Allen Utke speaking on "Where do we stand in 1968?", a film festival including films from Andy Warhol, student contests in the arts, crafts, and photography. BOTTOM ROW: Gail Floether—Advisor. Cathy Pinch—Secretary. SECOND ROW: Sheila Kashuda. John Marohl—Chairman. David Jacobsen. Linda Schlifsle. 261BOTTOM ROW: Sue Brumm. corresponding secretary. Steve Heopman. president. Jodn Stoihbrachor. recording secrotary. SECOND ROW: Terry Johnson, sli school instructor. Jim Peters, vice-president. Richard Neumann, advisor. Kim McCarthy, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Suo Brumm. assistant patrol leader. Stevo Hocpman. patrol leader. Cindy Young, second assistant patrol leader. SECOND ROW: Rob Stoegbauer, Ernlo Schumy. third assistant patrol loador. Guy Webster. Ski Heilers Ski Heilers is an organization dedicated to the proposition of bringing together all students interested in the sport of snow skiing. It is a vigorous and active organization which sponsored many services and much fun for its members. Saturday. November 16, was the date of straw skiing this year. There, the basic fundamentals were taught to those with little or no skiing experience. Straw skiing was held behind the Union again this year. Beaner's I.D. Inn was the sight of the Ski Heiler's annual “Get Acquainted Party" which also was held on November 16. After skiing one day at Indian Head and one day at Whitecap, the Ski Heilers headed for Big Powderhorn Mountain during the semester break. By this time, people were a little more sure of their skiing ability and were ready to try anything. To end the year on a good note, the Ski Heilers also held its second annual picnic. During tho annual Slci Fashion Show, these Heilors show the wide variety of fashions found on the slopes. 262Student National Education Association The Mock Interview, the Educational Film Festival, the Wisconsin S.N.E.A. convention, and the Annual W.E.A. Convention held in Milwaukee, were four of the major activities included in the year’s program of events for the Breese Chapter of S.N.E.A. The Student National Educational Association is the professional association for college and university students preparing to teach. The Breese Chapter of W.E.A. was proud to boast this year that it hit its 300 mark in membership enrollment. S.N.E.A. is an integral part of the National Education Association, a voluntary, independent, non-governmental professional association which offers its members the opportunity of receiving literature concerned with the field of education. Student teaching is the culmination of three and one half years of study in the School of Education. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Pickering, Dorothy Hamilton. SECOND ROW: Sua Minton, publicity chairman, Jan© Kubal, vice-president, Charlene Sphatt. president. Pom Kuehn, secretary. 263BOTTOM ROW; Judith Longlait. President; Linda Woinial. Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Mary Schu Secretary: Joanne Risacher, Faculty Advisor: Carol Cooper Treasurer. Women's Interhall Association Woman's Interhall Association is comprised of the president and two elected representatives from each of the women's residence halls. It works as an advisory committee to the individual halls and also serves as an intermediary between them. Working with MIA through Campus Life Council and the Executive Housing Committee, they have handled recommendations for changes in the guidelines for open house and room visitations. Residence Hall week, held in March, is the big event of the year. It consists of games, an Encore Series and a queen contest. It is a joint effort between MIA and WIA. Each semester WIA also presents an award to the outstanding woman resident. BOTTOM ROW: Peggy Dalton. Sherri Tinberg. Barbara Larson, Kathy McHugh. Pat Sfap«'«amp. Sherry Crabtree. SECOND ROW: Joanne Taibl. Mar. lone Merrill, Susette Gordon, Faye Groham. Rosanne Lambert. Joanno Hardy. Dorthy Campbell. THIRD ROW; Mary Ann Mayhew. Catherine Wado. Kay Bo.ndow, Judy Toeplte, Mary Mahaney, Kathy Martwedt. Mary Beit. Linda Sunday. 264BOTTOM ROW: Michael Price. Sherri Tinberg—WIA Rep.. Duane Syent— Treawrer. Thomaj Van Himbergen—Acting Proi d«nl, Fred T. Meyer—Faculty Adviior. Timothy G. Van Himbergen—Student Advitor. Catherine Neil—Secretary Marl T. Woolfel, John M. Paris. SECOND ROW: Jim Templeton. Frit liebich. Thomas Odin. Kevin Murphy. Richard Dehnert. Mile Kneip. Gerald Young. John Karwosli. Tom Tester. THIRD ROW: Tom Freni. Richard Woiher, Mark Bohn. Mile Ecler, Jim LaVelloy. Bob Bolda, Terry VanHim. bergen. Dennis Randall. Darrell Knops. Pete A. Everson. Men's Interhall Association The Men’s Interhall Association acts as an advisory and communicating agent between the seven men’s residence halls on campus. The Affairs, the Interhall newspaper, was established this year with Tom VanHimbergen as editor. The association is composed of the presidents and representatives, who strive to remove the image of "dormitories" replacing it with "residence halls," which, according to MIA officials, are well-staffed, "luxurious," and possess up-to-date facilities. Tom VanHimbergen, editor of The Affairs, takes over the presidency of M.I.A. after the resignation of Keith Munson. 265BOTTOM ROW: William Kaichner. John Zimmerman—Secretary Gene Tadych. Dave Paavhoiea. Chip DeTunco. FOURTH ROW: Mile Cahal. John Krallow—Vico-Prcv'dent. Fred Borchard?. SECOND ROW: Ray Purnell Tom Ward. Jerry PaHenroth. Bruce Griotbach. John Kennedy. Steve Arnold Dan Koelbl. Jamet McKnight. Tom Shaped, Mile Burton. Wayne Chorveny, Paul Ankeney. • Ringeiten. THIRD ROW: Peter Ramig. Larry Hirtchberg, Coug Buetfger. Gary Veteran's Club The Vet’s Club participated in many of the campus wide events and came away triumphant and happy from the most important of them. One of their most important victories was the capturing of the President's Cup during the competition of the winter games of the 1968 Winter Carnival. Among many other of their accomplishments was the honor of winning the second place position in the overall campus competition for Homecoming 1968. Between the efforts of the girls from Stewart Hall and the energy of the Vet's members, the club was able to place first in the float decoration and also first in the house decoration. The Vet's also scored a moral victory by defeating the ROTC drill sguad in the homecoming parade. Their maneuvers and pride helped them to ease their consciences and their ego and served as the excuse for many celebrations and the reason for many parties. The Vet’s Club is an organization of ex-servicemen who are attending WSU-O in pursuit of the better life.' Their activities during the past year were many, but perhaps their most worthwhile endeavor was Operation Pencil Stub." This project consisted of collecting educational materials for use in Viet Nam. The members collected over 40 boxes of pencils, pens, and paper for this cause. Their other activities included such things as holding a bachelor bash for a betrothed buddy at which he was physically presented with a ball and chain that he was compelled to carry around for the two weeks prior to his nuptial vows. The club also sponsored a club wide sports competition which was held at the Sabre Bowling Lanes in Men-asha. Dave Stacey captured the coveted honors of being the most diversified athlete. Many other parties and get-togethers were also held throughout the year. 266In thoir traditional garb, the Vet's Club marches in non-military style during the Homecoming parade. BOTTOM ROW: Dicl Rottenath. Paul Sundquist, Johnny Bcschodo— Social Chairman. Garry Ailts—President. Davo Pfaffonroth. Donald W. Frederickson. Jr. SECOND ROW: Gary Blazer, Thomas R. Summon. Conrad Raady. Hiram Walter. Tom Bunck, Davo Barrington. Jim Toshnor. THIRD ROW: James L. Stuck. David L. Caspar. Roqor R. Pru$t. William J. Reardon. Jerome R. Reitz. Mark T. Radi. FOURTH ROW: Chariot Krause. Tony Kratzowski. Glen F. Lazar, Pato Vogt, Peter Sutton. Douglos linno. Donald George. Wally Hansen. 267BOTTOM ROW: Don Dobbs, vice president; Sam Muinda. president. Ellon Pelton, secretary; No'da Madill. corresponding secre- tary: Kamel Shah treasurer. SECOND ROW: Muiebi Mpole. Joanne Risacher. advisor; Gary Gresbolt. advisor; Gary Dobbs. Ahmed Barg. International Relations Club The Internotional Relations Club at WSU-O was instituted to build better relations between the foreign students and Americans and to learn of foreign customs and ideas. Highlighting the activities of IRC is the annual United Nations Day held on November 27. Speakers, cultural presentations, displays as well as a panel discussion on the Middle East Crisis were on the agenda for the day. This is held in the Union and is open to all who are interested. Student and faculty speakers with movies and slides are a regular feature of their monthly meetings. BOTTOM ROW: Sandro Miller. Lana Bayar. Patricia Paslel Deborah Van Dun. Batty Wirch. Cindy Ian . Judy McIntosh. Mary Wieser. Sandra Arndt. SECOND ROW: Isaac Kayondo. Lorin Stain, Frederick Gitvlo Michael Gibbs. Yousef Eiso. Bill Podriona. Don Flesch. Tim Pejunen. Arnold Pollmar. Stephen Mwangi. Abdulla Mogherbi. 268Sixty Students From Foreign Lands Live and Learn of a New Way of Life at WSU-O Samuel Muinde, a senior from Kenya, shows Sheila Morgan a hand carved antelope. Alciru Miki from Japan chats with Younggi Kim from Korea. Ahmed Barg discusses his home country with a fellow native Mohamod Maihub. 269Keeping a system alive and growing was the main objective of the Greeks this year. Finding pledge classes very small, each organization put forth its best to gain membership. The Greeks did not go unseen or unheard as they participated in all school functions. Abounding parties and growing friendships made the year for the Greeks. 270Alpha Kappa Lambda is a fraternity of men. They do not believe in physical harassment. They also do not believe in degrading a man's dignity during or after pledging. A brother shouldn't have to give up his personal ideals and beliefs in an effort to present a unified facade to the rest of the campus. They do believe that everyone should do his own thing and they achieve this through a brotherhood that is held together by a common bond of understanding. 272Alpha Kappa Lambda 1. David Wong 2. Chris Pinhas 3. Jamos Fo 4. James BaHsiepor 5. Daniol Pagol 6. Bomie Gallas 7. Marl Stoclli 8. Roy Schqltka 9. Georgo Buerger 10. Los Chambasian 11. Thomas Waofflor 12. Kurt Christianson 13. Robert Ramstack 14. TimotKy Burk 15. Charles Clark 16. David Arps 17. Robart Jacobson 18. Gary Kott 19. Barbara Robinson 20. David Boch 21. Russell Robinson 22. Jamas Knutson 23. Richard Habighorst 24. Al White 25. Michael Sahdid 26. Stavan Decker 273The Delta Psi Chapter of Alpha Phi at WSU-O stands for sisterhood without sacrificing individual interests. This past year has seen Alpha Phi's achieve as Greek Women of the year; best-dressed coeds: Homecominq Queen; 1968 Homecoming Supremacy winners: fraternity sweethearts; members of German Club. Ski Heilers, Union Board: AWS: Judicial Board; Student Court; and Resident Assistants. Alpha Phi's are proud of their sister's accomplishments, but take an even greater pride in their spirit of sisterhood centered around their home at 1245 Titan Court. Just as the education of college life is more than academics, sorority life is more than parties and meeting fraternity men. The essence of Alpha Phi is their spirit of sisterhood which binds varied individuals into a meaningful experience in the many facets of college life. 274Alpha Phi 1. Mary Haugsland 2. Jane Christians 3. Anne Sutter 4. Sue McLimans 5. Arloto Peck 6. Beth Well 7. Cathy Brown 8. Sharon Peetiald 9. Georgia Miller 10. Rosie Kersch 11. Diane Mann 12. Sue Mikulecky 13. Nancy Calhoun 14. Gail Marucci 15. Patti Petont 16. Nancy Barrett 17. Linda Uttech 18. Barb Rhode 19. Sandy Drath 20. Mrj. Rafferty 21. Karen Catencemp 22. Natalie Smith 23. Noralee Warehem 24. Lynn Draw 25. Carolyn Koenon 26. Connie Braun 27. Kaaren Anderson 28. Diane Wessing 29. Vicki Floether 30. Mary Pauelko 31. Judy Leltx 32. Diane Drows 33. Ann Code 34. Mary Diedrich 35. Sue Gouino 36. Sally Swonk 37. Kathy Wandschneidor 38. Sandy Kroken 39. Margio Nelson 40. Linda Olson 41. Joyce Johnson 42. Barb Krings 43. Jean Kendall 44. Chris Jokish 45. Jill Zirk 46. Julie Markstrum 47. Jane Pankowitz 48. Patti Keddatz 49. Karen Falbe 50. Sue Powers 51. Key Kadow 52. Sandy Whiting 53. Cary Kielick 54. Lish Toman 55. Connio Koenecke 56. Liz Hanrohen 57. Blen Geise 275For 22 years Epsilon Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega has served both the students of WSU-O and the people of the community. As a National Service Fraternity their three cardinal principles are: leadership, friendship, and service. In addition to their service projects they take time to participate in intramural sports. Homecoming, Winter Carnival. Greek Week, and they hold various social gatherings. Some of their most outstanding service projects include: the Blood Drive, the Ugly Man Contest, the Spring Book Sale, assisting at WBAY Telethon in Green Bay. the Appalachia Clothing Drive, the ride board in Dempsey, and the Christmas Tree Fund. They also distribute gift packs each semester, deliver the "Oshkosh Advance Titan." serve as coat room assistants, work with children at Winnebago County Hospital, and serve in conjunction with the University tutoring service. 276Alpha Phi Omega I. Dennis Delrow 2- Jim Root 3. Oavo Hense er 4. Tom Jadin 5. Bruce R. Bell 6. AJ Ansorge 7. Run Winter 8. Dick Mathy 9. Tom Valitchka 10. Bill Andorton 11. Don Olton 12. John Gordoner 13. Steve Potorion 14. Roland Alger 15. Jim Flanders 16. John CoJttad 17. Dennis Venovonhoven 18. Joe Baye 19. Kurt Regling 20. Jim Seidl 21. Dave Schult 22. John Breaker 23. Bill Flaherty 24. John Matrevor 25. Henry Denfx 26. Curt Saari 27. Jim MayorsAlpha Xi Delta 1. Noncy Treloar 2. Joan Grill 3. Sue Hron 4. Eileen Duthensky 5. Mary Lou Riopanhoff 6. Lorana Collins 7. Li 8reyton 8. Linda Vachata 9. Karen Krenz 10. Carol Brost 11. Jean Cha'-oupke 12. Barb Larson 13. Carolyn Noe 14. U Stomkopf 15. Cberyl Forbes 16. Katbi Beyers 17. Carol Drews 18. Sharon Jones 19. Sue Rucktenweld 20. Mary Martin 21. Jean Hollander 22. Jan Hanson 23. Wendy Metiler 24. Morrie Kay Roeder 25. Grace Leimer 26. Sandy Sardn'dgo 27. Sue Hyne 28. Sue Szymanski 29. Karen Mathison 30. Carol Perilok 31. Sue Bauer 32. Kathy Dushensky 33. Marilyn Lloyd 34. Shori Curren 35. Bonnie Haack 36. Leslie Roiso 37. Carol DoKester 38. Suzanne Houor 39. Cheryl Nelson 40. Marcia Hohl 41. Peggy Sousek 42. Carol GolzThe court is in session, lots of fun. Alpha Xi Delta’s, everyone. What a wonderful pledge class, working together thru good and bad. with sorority girl and fraternity lad. They keep up their grade points while having their fun. it seems an Alpha Xi’s always on the run. Thru Homecoming. Carnival, and Greek Week games, they collected lots of trophies, had fun and won fame. They all pulled together to come in first and then, decided that next year they'd do it again. Alpha Xi's don't mind the work or the weather, they think it's fun when they all pull together. The verdict is in and the sentence is thru, Alpha Xi Delta stay sisters so true. 279"Chi O in 68" was the slogan of the girls who took the campus by storm this fall. Fifty-three energetic campaigners returned to school in September eager to begin an exciting new season. First there was Rush, in which the Chi O's won a land-slide victory with ten great pledges. Then, the Chi O's and their running-mates, the Delta Sigs, set out to take a Homecoming trophy. With a first in the Homecoming float, a second in Yell-Like-Hell" and a senior representative on Court, they captured the Second Place Overall trophy. "Chi of '68" changed to "Chi in '69" as the girls started second semester with hopes of winning a coveted Winter Carnival trophy. There isn’t just one reason why the Chi Omegas always lead the way. there are sixty-three very good reasons. Sixty-three peppy, interested, active girls. 280Chi Omega 1. Sandy Petrol 2. Ellon Ram!© 3. Barbara Gobhard 4. Sharon Kraomer 5. Colleen Duffy 6. Chori Docker 7. Morel Rabbi 8. Wary Ptouff 9. Jar© Kubal 10. Sandy Wi$© 11. Mr . Edith Ackley (HM) 12. Pat Wonro© 13. Barbara Kolroy H- Chrijtin© Borqwardt ■ 5- Suian Stoll 16. Cara Jo Pock 17. Maureen Molony 18. Noncy Adam 19. Karen Kraomor 20. Marcia Lemberqor 21. Nancy 8.'ako 22. Karin Sand 23. Barbara Woiinicht 24. Bovorly Apple 25. Jill Marhke 26. Marqaret K. Diorcki 27. Lindo Schliftko 28. Kathy 8:dawka 29. Kriity Andorton 30. EHon Wickort 31. Sandra Sizemoro 32. Sheila Keihuda 32 Diana Diodorich 34. Barbara Mancini 35. Gaylo Piper 36. Mary Woinheimer 37. Pat Fitzqerald 38. Charlotte Heicho 39. Linda Wytocki 281Delta Chi Delta Chi Colony is continually progressing toward its national charter and in keeping with that goal they have purchased a house at 91 I Wisconsin Avenue. Delta Chi was founded on this campus just two short years ago and they have established a place near the top. As a social organization. Delta Chi participates and competes in many campus activities with 100 per cent participation. Delta Chi’s extensive social calendar is topped off in the Fall semester by their Christmas party and in the Spring by their White Carnation Formal. Their constant goal in all of their endeavors is to be number one. 1. Ed Matchett 2. Jim Munn 3. Joe Koenigs 4. Al Truthinsky 5. Soren 6. Mile Moriarty 7. Scott Johnston 8. Bill Kampa 9. Chucl Gohrle 10. Joe Keller 11. Elliot Pollasch 12. Wayne 8ojar 13. John Hiller 14. Stan Jalulewicz 15. Bruce LaSota 16. Bill Koutnil 17. Dave Koch 18. Larry Donahoe 19. Mark Peppier 20. John Schwenner 21. R. Jay Hintie 22. Don Munn 23. Frank 8urzik 24. Pete Allegretti 25. John Schneider 26. 8ruce Wagner 27. David Atman 28. Pete Raycovich 29. Greg Edwards 30. Tom Westermoyer 31. Harvey Mathes 32. Jerry Burmeister 33. Mike Brost 34. Phil Grimm 35. Steve Lukowici 36. Roy Rady 37. Joe Esia 38. Ron Malicki 39. Brian Seifert 40. Phil Schweitzer 41. Pat Neary 42. Mite Lackas 43. Tom Long 282283The brothers of Epsilon Beta Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi this year were active on the Union Board, in Intrafraternity Council, in Student Government, in Ski Heilers, in O-Club. and excelled in Intramural Sports. During Homecoming Week the Delta Sig-Chi Omega team took a first place in float competi- tion and a second in the "Yell-Like-Hell." They also took a second place in the APO Ugly Man Contest. In March they sponsored the annual Delta Sig Songfest; a two-night entertainment spectacular. This year "Big Green" strove for better Greek relations, student-administration cooperation, and self-improvement. 284Delta Sigma Phi 1. Pot Wheeler 2. Richord Foster 3. Richord Meuhlderg 4. Jemos Buehnev 5. Dee Berghouor 6. Tim Mehling 7. Don Weo 8. Russ Noschek 9. Chorles Kimbell 10. Cliff Fitxgerold 11. Peter Jendlin 12. Mork Jensen 13. Dole Klubertonz 14. Jim Toronto 15. Mrs. Rommengo 16. Dick Bidwell 17. Rick Wiegol 18. John Berken 19. Nozor Axorion 20. George Bichler 21. Jock Roller 22. Dove Tolpingrud 23. Tom Ohlert 24. Jim Curron 25. Dove Axorion 26. Greg Fowley 27. Richord Bornke 28. Pot Goughon 29. Tony Rofol 30. Mike Feich 31. Morty Eiden 32. Tom Rice 33. Leo Lomerf 34. Nick Corter 35. Steve Grishober 36. Bob Roymond A 'll! I A fr s 285Delta Zeta 1. Meledo Gladoike 2. Pam Parker 3. Mary Konyn 4. Phyllii Racine 5. Jean Berger 6. Dona Moldonhauor 7. Jan Kurenx 8. Joan Jungwirth 9. Krit Serqpiel 10. Pam Geissbuhtor 11. Mary Sue Torrijon 12. Ginny Von Vuren 13. Barb Fintak 14. Percy Mooter 15. Anita Putnam 16. Diane Sxymanski 17. Diane Van Dien 18. Jean Schedlor 19. Wendy Dietrich 20. Kathi Sxymaniki 21. Sue Kapp 22. Jane Racey 23. Linda Lotiile 24. Mary Ellen Rohde 25. Mary Gundonon 26. Sharon Cameron 27. Sue Weihrouch 28. Jan Graham 29. Kathy Mulcahy 30. Joan Haxon 31. Jan Rockabrand 32. Cathy Dean 33. Sue Hauman 34. Sue Sielaff 35. Mary Boyle 286Delta Zeta began its third big year on campus by creating Camelot for one brief shining evening of rush. Homecoming followed with Sig Ep's and napkins filling their basement as they put Betsy Ross into shape to become a second place float winner. Jim Schultz, their dishwasher, as Ugly Man, won the traveling trophy back to their trophy case for a second straight year. With total participation the Kilarney Rose Ball was a tremendous success. As usual they were "right in there" during Winter Carnival. Not to forget the house on Prospect and the parties, parties, parties. It all takes sisterhood. 287Things are not the same at Oshkosh State since the notorious Gamma Phi Beta syndicate came to our campus. These power packed pleasers. led by Baby Face Miller, can be found at 1237 Titan Court, the site of their headquarters. There is much to be said for this noted group. With capable leadership, the organization has been involved in much mischief that will long be remembered. Unfortunately, their last caper backfired and here they are seen, united as always, at the city jail. Despite their shortcomings, this cagy gang softened the hearts of their captors with tales of good deeds done, and their case was acquitted. 288Gamma Phi Beta 1. Bee Hardimon 2. Rhonda Riceiardi 3. Kathy Doherty 4. Cindy Koehn 5. Kail Pomahac 6. Ro ie Robinia 7. Heidi Harvey 8. Carol Totofo 9. Kathy Maloney 10. Jerry Martino 11. Betty Robinia 12. Mickey Mayor 13. Mary Ellen Ryf 14. Pookie Sounder 15. Fran Nelton 16. Nancy Roimcr 17. Carol Schwar 18. Mary Sounder 19. Jo ie La::io 20. Cathie Hocrler 21. Gayle Belli 22. Kandy Koehn 23. Marcia Arillo 24. Janot Totero 25. Annio Gabriolvon 26. Lynn Ebort 27. Marta A unto 28. Elaine Smith 29. leanne Tormey 30. Jill Sieler 31. Shorry Whym 32. Debbie Dehrinq 33. Sally Monroe 34. Marcia Galoska 35. Sandy Malicki 36. Marcia Hut onq 37. Gail Ronnicko 38. Sheila Hey 39. Karen DeVoou 40. Barb Plotted 41. Donna Elqer 42. Mary Jo Merohn 43. Trudi Vanco 44. Vicki McCloren 45. Dona Look 289Gamma Sigma Sigma 1. Mary Hentschol 2. June Hoefer 3. Liz Fortier 4. Cindy Karus 5. Lori 8yon 6. Kris Bruqqar 7. Judi Wood 8. Wanda Lane 9. Sue Beeler 10. Nancy Eclvall 11. Sandy Cihlar 12. Jean Marwell 13. Kathy Dahlia 14. Lois Harfzell 15. Nancy Susina 16. Judy Ewald 17. Yvette Wirtz 18. Ellen Wildes 19. Della Greb 20. Cindy Waqner 21. Pat Van Himberqen 22. Martha Olson 23. Kathy Nyman 24. Eileen Rueclel 25. Barb Tess 26. JoAnne Nolde 27. JoAnn Hansen 28. Peqq Larsen 29. Linda Lord 30. Trudi Hohn 31. Sue HuettlWith the motto of "Service. Friendship and Equality" the sisters of Gamma Sigma Sigma do their best to fulfill each of the goals. Dedicated to service, the sisters find many of their free hours filled with projects for the school, community, and nation. Some of their projects this year were tutoring, stuffing envelopes with Christmas seals for the TB association, proctoring exams for professors, holding a winter and spring style show to raise money for a local mental retardation group, working with patients at the state hospital, and working for the March of Dimes. To obtain greater friendship, the sisters held many social events within the sorority and parties with fraternities. The new semesters began with pot luck suppers. Father-daughter banquet was held in the fall and Mother-daughter banquet was held in the spring. The Gamma Sigs also participated in Homecoming. Winter Carnival, and Greek Week activities. The Winter Formal in December highlighted the social calendar. Membership in Gamma Sigma Sigma is open to all university women who have completed their first semester and have a GPA of 2.3. 291Here ere the men of Phi Sigma Epsilon. They are a group of fellows who enjoy working and winning together. Whether it be drinking beer or bringing cheer, PSE excels in making happy occasions more happy, and sad occasions more sad. Although these gentlemen specialize in having fun, there is still that reserve which is necessary for the never ending search for knowledge. Their one hope is that when they find it. they will recognize it. 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Sue Weber 14. Kathy Sweet 15. Donna Walrabcnstein 16. Donna Troibor 17. Ann Krueger 18. Ruth Verlare 19. Julie Wegner 20. Marge Molick 21. Kay Chilian 22. Ruth Owen 23. Barb Milter 24. Leilie Cagcn 25. Marjha Montour 26. Sharon Potter 27. Donna De Wolfe 28. Cindy Holrhauer 29. Mary Jo Iring 30. Karla Schroeder 31. Patty Kaftan 32. LeAnne Medema 33. Liz Lentzner 34. Carol Jagelouicz 35. Joyce Duchow I 294The women of Zeta Nu Chapter of Phi Mu shower their energy in many campus activities. They pound their way through campus competition and construct their own Phi Mu dream house. They utilize their enthusiasm, energy, and effort to promote fun, service, and scholastic activities. Highlighting their social functions with a Christmas dinner dance. Winter Carnival participation, and a spring formal, each member helps to support their unity and prove to the rest of the campus the greatness of Phi Mu. Books, term papers, exams, scrubbing up a washboard band, they strive for a bond of true sisterhood. 295LOAD LIMIT The brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon are far more worried about the men in white than the men in green. Remaining number one in scholarship has its rewards but it also has its drawbacks, hence the fear of the white coats. Last year it was cigarettes, this year it's nuts. Remember falling through walls, vaseline on the telephones and water taps, the strange smell from room two and the inevitable retreats to the Prospect Home for Wayward $iq Eps. After a year of this, it might just be easier to retire ... 296Sigma Phi Epsilon Thomas Formifler Russell LicKto Daniel Mueller Arps Horpath Roger Fe’dmann Roger Norton James Hint Bruce Rcsnick Mel Wifler Edward Patschke Timothy Hardtko Robert Nowicki James Hayes Ronald Pedorsen Donald Mueller Jack Loowy David Lenerx James Matthews Perry Johnston Joseph Pifr John Rather Josoph Carriveau Ned Gatike Dalo Darmody Greg Nehrbass Steven Martin William Blanoy Thomas Scott Peter Mauror Richard Eiermam Steven Smith Daniel Carney Lenny Knickerbocker Mark Eberle Thomas Powell Larry Polstcr Josoph Gruber David Rhode 297s W|« i, f UWUWWUUUUWMKlNNlOIO JMNM - = T T -©■OOisjMfl WlO- Si era' 3 DJ “DThe good brothers of Sigma Pi have completed another unprecedented year here at WSU-O. They are now in their second year at Ancient and Historic Hickory House. The sheer majesty of its surroundings have inspired Sigma Pi to become equally radiant. For the 7th straight semester they won the APO blood drive with 100 per cent participation. Underprivileged children were our guests at this year's Christmas party. They received gifts donated by Oshkosh's merchants. Of course, they managed to have their typical Christmas bash. If only all the service projects were like this. Last, but not least, they must mention their radiant and emulating "Little Sisters". 299300Sigma Tau Gamma 1. Jay Punjonberger 2. Dennis Krueger 3. Ralph Zoliriti 4. Dave Whittlingor 5. Tony Cassbero 6. Dennis James 7. John Parlor 8. 8ill O'Brien 9. Dennis Holschbach 10. John Drover 11. Wayne Ablo 12. Joff Hansen U Bob Wilher 14. John V allschleeger 15. Frod Sfasiewsli 16. A! Blau |7. Fred Behm 18. Jay Anasou 19. Mark Ihlonfeld 20. Harlow Perrigo 21. Missy 22. Steve Moore 23. Peter Puestow 24. Mile Barry 25. Brian Liner 26. 8ruc« Sartomier 27. Dan Netrow 28. Roy lowendosli 29. Patrick Conner 30. Bill Brendler 31. Olo Neilsen 32. Gary Wischnewski 33. William Krueger 34. Stevo Van Vuren 35. Norbert Hill 36. Jerry Sfadlor 37. Chris Dummort 38. D:ck Wopport 39. Tom Schroophner 0. Tim Sandstrom The Beta Mu Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma is the largest and the oldest national fraternity on campus. Homecoming was a tremendous success for the Sig Tau-Alpha Phi team. They finished first in "Yell Like Hell." and second in the float competition, and first in House decorations with a Statue of Liberty titled. "Torcher 'Em Titans." A combination of which compiled enough points to . be awarded the Homecoming Supremacy Cup. The brothers continued in their roles as good-will agents by sharing their Christmas season with the ladies of the Benevolent Home. They demonstrated their artistic talents in the form of decorations for the Home. Caroling was also in the Christmas cheer plan. Culminating the social activities of the '68-'69 school year was their Spring Formal held in April. 41. John Buehler 42. Dick Lindcnberger 43. Dick Mauer 44. Grog Harloy 45 Jim Maqnuton 46. Dick Holman 47. Paul 8ruily 48. Elmor Casper 49. Davo Ciaugo 50. Larry Kruogor 51. Dominic Amato 52. Stevo Materaor 53. Rick Schblaski 54. Patrick Quinn 55. Gary Chlcbowski 56. Craig Seyors O n o n -V ‘0 301Tau Kappa Epsilon 1. Triss Lahti 2. Robert Dercls 3. Gary Hanson 4. Clay 5. Steven Lettau 6. James Keuck 7. Michael lindert 8. Kenneth Fensin 9. ChucV Eidon 10. James Mayer 11. Stevon Strcblow 12. William Schumann 13. Michael Moss 14. Douglas Nance 15. John Stoinbeclcor 16. James Dittman 302Kappa Phi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon proved themselves more than capable of upholding TKE standards. Highlights of the year included a second position in Winter Carnival. Greelc Week showed otherwise, but TKE's were tough in the egg toss. The 18th Horseshow Province saw the downfall of TKE's famed slow pitch team (a second place) but under the artful pitching of Fred Boss the fast pitch team annihilated all opponents. Baring the ice-cold waters of the turbulent Fox, TKE's captured first place in the annual tubing race but gracefully declined and accepted second. The annual TKE Public Service Project used the talents of the brothers in the construction of a horse barn at Rawhide Home for Boys. Other than a few broken thumbs and falls off donkeys, it turned out to be a fun packed weekend. As for Homecoming —a great float, a great house decoration, a great Yell-Like-Hell, but ... at least the TKE Victory Bell was spared from wanton destruction by a mighty TKE force who guarded it day and night. 303Sweethearts Lynn Gissol, Phi Sigma Epsilon. 304 Carol Delcaster, Alpha Phi Omega. Judy Fob. Delta Sigma Phi.BOTTOM ROW; Betsy Bruer. Debbie Deehrirg. Mr . Charlotte Sendy Kosaka. THIRD ROW: Arlete Peck. Cindy Young. Lynn Heimanoski. advisor; Cheryl Nelson. Mery Ellen Rohde. SECOND Ebert. Sue Hron. Barb Fintak. ROW: Jamie Stroub Barb Miller. Holly Zerwick. Plan Wicker. Panhellenic Council Interfraternity Council Consisting of two representatives from each social sorority. Panhellenic Council works to coordinate activities of the groups. The council sets up the regulations for rush. In February, working with IFC. they held a rush workshop for officers and chairmen. The Interfraternity Council is made up of three representatives from the eight social fraternities on campus. In March they approved the formation of a new fraternity. Zeta Beta Tau. on campus. The Council also works to coordinate group activities. BOTTOM ROW: Steve Moon. Jeff RmmI. Tom Formiller. John advisor; G'-en Schumacher. Al White. Tom Collins. Bob Beuhs. Kenn M««v James Malliet. SECOND ROW; James Whitt. John Schwonner. Frank. Thomas Perry. Jim Kveck. Daniel Pagel. THIRD ROW: Les Jergensen, 305No longer called "dorms", the eleven "residence halls" of WSU-O took on new life this year. Under the guidance of trained staffs, the occupants of residence halls found living units filled with special activities such as parties, contests, and its own Residence Hall Week, instead of the traditional place "to hang your hat." 306BOTTOM ROW: John Parti, Tom Toivtor— Prudent. Mol Wiflor. Hoad Roiideot. Richard Starchy. Tom Supriio. THIRD ROW: Byron Craig Bonion—Treaiuror. Paul Brotly, Goorgo Bancroft. Howard Maliin. Charla E liot. Loui» Johonnaj—Social. Michaol Nanna—Sac- Vranlin. SECOND ROW: Bob Woltor— Rocroation. Gary Grertio'-dt— rotary, Chariot Kimblo—Vico Protidont, Richard Woihor. Breese Hall Combining their talents with the women of Taylor Hall, the men of Breese Hall transformed the basement of Breese into the first all-university night club entitled the "Jolly Roger.” Swinging into the Homecoming season with much enthusiasm, the residents of Breese once again added to their trophy collection by capturing third place in the dorm decoration division with their entry, "The Last Quarter." They also sponsored a freshman court candidate who was a finalist. Participation in the MIA's annual Christmas decoration contest and in interhall athletic competition are yearly features on the Breese calendar of campus activities. 308Donner Hall It is no v onder why Donner Hall was constantly in action. They had some 250 coeds who provided some kind of spice (whether it v as good or bad) to whatever they did. However, despite their aspirations, one of our mottos could have been "we try hard." Their Donner Duke Dance was another success which was enjoyed by all. An example of their uniqueness was their Halloween caroling party. They toured the campus with a humorous and invigorating concert proclaiming the lost holiday. They had a pumpkin carving contest in which everyone won a prize. Homecoming was even more rewarding because they worked with Nelson Hall. On came Christmas and long hours because of exams, but they survived to take an active part in the Winter Carnival and their own special Srubbies Party. Thus another year has passed, and Donner Hall remains as a prominent memory in the minds of the 250 girls who called it home. BOTTOM ROW: Claire Chopp—Treasurer. Rosemary Price—Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Moyhcw—President. Kay BUmol. Mary Kohlbecl—Vice-president. BOTTOM ROW: Claudia Fnoso. Charlotto Heimanowsli— Janet Osborn. Ginnio Seymour, Linda Larson. Chris Jolisch. Head Resident. Eileen Hyde. SECOND ROW: Donna Osness. 309 !Evans Hall Starting off the year with a new head resident, Mrs. Sharon Becker, Evans Hall soon caught her enthusiastic spirit. Working with Breese Hall in homecoming they entered all events and won a third place in house decorations. November 13 was a day marked by most of the girls in the dorm, as that was the day that Carla Jean Becker was born to their head resident. Mrs. Becker resigned as head resident after the Christmas holidays because of caring for the new baby and ill health. Taking her place was Miss Karen Kolpack, a graduate student in guidance and counseling at WSU-O. She received her B.A. in psychology from Lawrence University. Evans hall is the only dorm on campus which sells its own stationery. Arriving in December, the stationery contains a sketch of Evans Hall on it. Miss Karen Kolpack assume the duties of head resident second semester following the resignation of Mrs. Sharon Becker. BOTTOM ROW: Jeanno la Fond. Karon White. Karon Walltchlaeger. Eiloon THIRD ROW: Jane Wilton, Barbra Baldewicz. Sondi Bruce Alice Boyerl, Linda GiUes, Helen Valentino. Diane Dicringer. SECOND ROW: Mary Genke. Penny Sale, Linda Mielke. Virginia Grave . Cotton, Marilyn Wallace. Kathleen Kellner. Melanie Herman. Katy Fitzgerald. 310BOTTOM ROW: Judy Kruck—Treasurer, Patty Nigh—Corresponding mann—Recording secrotary. Linda Sheahan—Vice-President. Tamra Secrotary. Sharri Timborg. Linda McDonald. SECOND ROW: Joanno Busch. Hardy. Carol Mafhwig—Standards. Kay Bondow—President. Linda Salti- BOTTOM ROW: Cheryl Pipkorn, Alice M. Kayo. Crystal Kruger. SECOND ROW: Pat Foster. Vicki Siolter. Marlone Schick, Kris Hanson. Paula Frock. 311BOTTOM ROW; Michael Price. Prcjidcnf: Robert Stat Treasurer SECOND ROW: Gorald Youna. Vice President: Ron Haase. Secretary. Fletcher Hall, the largest single men’s residence hall, houses nearly five hundred men. Fletcher Hall Intra-residence hall tournaments in basketball, tennis, and golf initiated the activities of Fletcher Hall for the 1968-1969 school year. A banquet was held with a guest speaker for the tournaments winners. Working with Webster Hall during Homecoming, they participated in house decoration. float competition, and yell-like-hell contest. but failed to place in any of the events. Other hall projects included refinishing the Elmwood side of the basement and sponsoring a foster child overseas. A spring dance highlighted the social calendar of the Fletcher hall men.BOTTOM ROW: Andrew Brown, Brian Heien. Jim Sostman, Milo Fondor. SECOND ROW: John Marohl. Dovo Sigunlid, Jim Moesor, Milo Lcilc. Tom Traciyl: THIRD ROW: Milo Salsefsli, Mork Thompson. Frod Moyor. Head Resident; John Schoh. Assistant Heed Resident, Jim Ross. Assistont Hood Rosidcnt. 313BOTTOM ROW: Kris Kuehl. Mary Jo Haas. Carolyn Praninsky. Freda. Douq Nance. Daniel Pongratj. Damian Dameto. Colleen Ellen Loomam Luanne Wylie. Jane Stravinsky Mary Wiechert. Fitzgerald. Kathy Zeman. FOURTH ROW: John Yacukowicr. Robert SECOND ROW: Beverly Clark. Linda Lorrh. Lynn Edward . Cheryl Radosta. Timothy VanHImbergen. Bruce Wagner. Thomas Conroy. III. Anderson. Kathy Stanton. Candy Stapleton. Judy Sutter. Carol Thomas R. Kell. Emery Schmid. Royal J. Adjemian Richard Russert. Cotter. THIRD ROW: Viola Kedinger. Gregory Filardo. Daniel BOTTOM ROW: Sherry Crabtree. David Burrs. Susie McDaniel. Peggy Carol Sipe. THIRD ROW; Nancy Jones Dave Parker. Paul Hindin. Gary Wenninger. Sue Hammers Pauline Marcou. SECOND ROW: Joanne Taibl. Chmiolowsli. Lee Brunner Dave Tank. Judith Gordon. Lmoa Krauia. Mika Usnick. Cathy Burton, Donnis Dartsch. Mark Aipanson, 314BOTTOM ROW: SKorida Rcop—Vic«-provdont. Mark Woalfol— Prow- Haruon—Aisiitant Head Roiidenl, Rebecca Berry—Head Resident. Gary dent. Mary Best—President. Jim Sodcrbcrg—Vice-president, Barbara Isaac SemcnfoW—Treasurer. Donald Jost—Head Resident. Judy Suttor—RA —Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mary Wiecbert—RA Advisor, Charlotto Advisor. Studying in the dorm for this coed can be better said as hitting the rock pile. Gruenhagen Hall The first high-rise and co-educational structure began its third year with a successful Nickel Dance. They captured first place in the Homecoming Yell Like Hell Contest and a second in House Decorations, both for the second consecutive year. Another second place was awarded for their float. In addition to inter-hall competition. Gruenhagen is outstanding in its intra-hall activities. This year, for the first time, there was an outstanding Resident of Gruenhagen Hall Award. At Thanksgiving they filled baskets for the Salvation Army. At the Yuletide season, they sent a telegram and decorated trees to Vietnam. 315BOTTOM ROW: Stev MafluccI—Publlclfy. Si Roq r —Tr« tur r. Us TKomaj P. Mayo. Du«n« Barqhauar. Joseph Brock —President. David Rud-J«rq«nton—Head Resident. John Strous. Rich Dehnert. Mika Kn Ip— bart—Social. Vice-president. SECOND ROW; Pete Adams—Secretary. Claude Hletpas. Santa and a holpar dd to the charm of the Christmas decoration of Nolson Hall. Nelson Hall The men of Nelson Hall, upon their arrival at school, received a booklet concerning the traditions and history of the dorm prepared by Les Jorgenson and his staff. Continuing its positive tradition of promoting a complete education for the 226 men. a system of recognition by trophies, monetary prizes and a Spring Honors Banquet, new test file, additional volumes in the library-study room, set up an atmosphere conducive to academic achievement. Nelson Hall has won the MIA traveling scholarship plaque for the past three semesters. Social education was not lacking as Nelson Hall sponsored its annual Haunted Hall party, open houses, and ouest speakers talking on a variety of subiects. The men of Nelson Hall besides competing in intercolleqiate and intramural sports conduct their own tournaments. 316Stewart Hall BOTTOM ROW: Hillary Alfassa. Mn. Sommerfield—Head Resident. Rita Saamio. SECOND ROW: Joan Antonlssen. Either Mullenbach. Linda Shultz, Kris Senqpiol. Karon Kirioide. Stewart Hall started off its year with the Veteran's Club in Homecoming activities. Winning first place in float competition and first place in house decoration also obtained for Stewart Hall a second place trophy in overall competition. Activities of the year included Father-Daughter Day, Pixie Angel Week, Winter Carnival activities, and Mother-Daughter weekend. Stewart Hall closed the year with the annual Spring Fling street dance in May and a special thanks to Mrs. Som-merfield who completed her last year as head resident. BOTTOM ROW: Jane Anderson—Secretary. Shir, ley lauer. Grace Kendall—Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Monica Krull, Linda Sunday—President. Dorothy Campbell. Suien Flater—Vice-president. BOTTOM ROW: Susan Plater, Monica Krull. Sharon Boctovor, Barb Chiesa. Terri Mod. THIRD ROW: Kathryn Cole. Kric Munson. Lindo Sunday, Wendo Yanlee. Dorothy Campbell. Martha Balliot. Lynn Franzoi. Linda Howison. Shirley Lauer. Grace Kendall. Cherie Pamela Prusow SECOND ROW: Judy Meilohn. Judy Loritz, Lois Peterson. Nadine Diclmann. Debbie Smith. Thomson. Jano Russell. Peqqy R«PP- Anderson. Lynda Schauder. 317BOTTOM ROW: Su nre Walwv Maryiue Nimm,,. Judy Frailinq. Lynn Baqby. Thoma» Perry. THIRD ROW: Paul Bodi—Rinnmatter. Linde Stead Gumf7 C ,c Cooper. Jane Tom Sean. Judy OfferdaKI. Jennifer Miller. S. D. Morten en. Bob Master! JLS.;. ' r,k .wr ■,-M •'' ■’••• — fourth «ow: J:m BOTTOM ROW: Patricia A. eantjlor. Betty Mayr. Kathleen Stoner. Connie Rais beck. Janet Brcit. Peqqy Dalton. SECOND ROW: Kathy Hgerth, Pcq Lyons, Mercedes Thiclko. Jane Ohlert. Cathy Bruhy, Kristine Paul. Sue Lu». THIRD ROW: Bob Behlinq, Ken Jorqonsen, Mari Lanor. Joe Krcsl. Robert Jantho. Linda Enlow. Linda Montaq. FOURTH ROW: Dave Karas. Dan Artorberry. Dave Colo. Thomas Thorpo. Allen 8aumann. Michael Koqutek, Tim Pfranq. Terry Meyer. Scott Hall Swinging its doors open to a challenging year, Scott Hall began its second season by capturing third place in the Yell-Like-Hell contest during homecoming weelc. and talcing second place with their Ugly Man, Jay Pino. Combining the efforts of both towers, the residents of Scott organized a toy drive for the children at Winnebago State Hospital, installed a stereo system within their dorm, and established their first newspaper, the Scott Scope. BOTTOM ROW: Linda Barden—Secretary. Mary Mahaney—President. Chris Koepnicl— Vico president. SECOND ROW: John Niqhom —Secretary. Maureen Sutley—Treasurer. Scott Hiqh—Treasurer. John Karwosli—President. Jim Templeton—Vice president. 319BOTTOM ROW: Roberta Distechoft. Nancy Wineberq, Nancy Luebke, Fayo Graham, Catherine Wada. FOURTH Karan Olson. Barbara O'Neill. Fay Kafchin—Treasurer. ROW: Christina Silber—Communications. Bonnie Luckey— SECOND ROW: Jill McChesney. Sherri Flink Jackie Socrotaiy. Carol Harshbarqer—Vico-president, Suranna Clavadatschar. Connie Mathison. Ruth Belloau. Suo Lamb. Boqo, Linda Jaqialo, 8ari Kreitiman—Standards. THIRD ROW; Kathy Backer. Kathy Mortwedt—President. BOTTOM ROW: Susie Mohr—Vice-president. Alvina Bassuener. Roberta Marks. THIRD ROW: Jean Vendehey—Recreation. Susie Mary Janasak—Standards. Jackie Pickarinq—Communications. Dor- Heiqhway. Jane Skroch—Social. Judy Murray—Secretary. Judy othy Schulr—Academic-Cultural. Donna Bell. SECOND ROW; Beryl Toepke—President. Jean Seidl. Kitchen. Jody Grass—Treasurer. Susette Gordon. Linda Lerdinois, 320BOTTOM ROW: Mary Ann Hall. Sua Dlotman—Atjiitanf Head Rejidont. Mary Slotor. Jo Beth Marihell. Dorothy RutlausVa . Marloen Blohm. THIRD Joonne R'lecher—Head Rosidont, Connio Braun—Assistant Head Rosidont. ROW: Cynthy Valitchla. Laura Kimble. Ilia Arguo. Marie Hemmy. Chii Barb Berg. Jo Ann De Clocr.e. SECOND ROW: Torn" Krijtan. Chris Smyth. Zqeiger, Netalio Smith. Kathy HicVey. Taylor Hall Found at the center of campus, Taylor Hall is the home of nearly 500 girls. Although divided into two separate wings, the Taylor Hall girls work together on most major projects. Starting off the year was the annual Taylor Hall dance “Halloween Hang-Over” held free of charge in the dorm basement. Homecoming found the Taylor Hall girls aligned with East Hall men. Three trophies were obtained in rewards of their efforts. They were for: second place in Float decoration, second place in Yell-Like-Hell, first place in the long-hauling contest for women. Christy Lutz was also elected as a freshman member on the homecoming court. Continuing in their hardworking tradition, the girls of Taylor Hall plunged into the Winter Carnival and Residence Hall Week activities as well as keeping their academic standards high. Assistant Head Resident Sue Dietman finds the girls only too eager to listen in on her calls. 321BOTTOM ROW: Judy H«tz«l. Rita Rowe. Sharon Lawonn. Marianna Zim-mer. Suo Hoffmann. Pat Stapelkamp. Barbara Go». Sandi Potorion, Debbi Arnold. Kathy Kohner. SECOND ROW: Norono Majcho. Mary Ann Dowdell. Lana Mathwog. Janet TacVet. Anne Thorn. Roxanno Lambert. Linda Hendricks, Pat Prunty, Gloria Vasy. THIRD ROW: Jacqueline Zimmer. Luel'a Schmidt. Mary Mathes. Judy Wirnme. Anita Goede. Susan Mohr. Dianne Kalwiti. Bonnie Denzin. Kathy Leitzke. Susie Scheldt. FOURTH ROW: Shawn Scallon. Ruth Anne Smith. Sue Gehring. Marlene Heoverg. Arlene Engel. Barbara Klisfer. Mary Lieven, Diane Zimmerman. Mary Ellen Behl. Cathy Dresden. Mary Lundstrom. BOnOM ROW: Barbara Wilhius. Karen Stapleton. Bonnie Demin. SECOND ROW: Judy Wise. Hoad Resident, Judy Quandt, Cathy Drosdon, Sandy Schommor. Webster Hall The smallest of the women’s dorms, Webster Hall was the home of 202 WSU-O women during the 1968-1969 school year. Working with Fletcher Hall, they entered all of the Homecoming activities but failed to win any trophies. Webster Hall women made the Christmas holiday season a little brighter for residents in hospitals in Winnebago county by making nut cups and candy bags for them. Webster Hall sponsored a hayride in the fall which was attended by most of the girls in the dorm. Miss Judith Wise served as head resident for the 1968-1969 school year. 322BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Lombcke. Margo Haase. Susan Harmon, Marianna Zube. Virginia Siogrist. Suranno Zoman. Lois Bahm,. Ursula Waiss. Pauline Solbarg. SECOND ROW: Janet Kachur. Marilyn Mascha, Linda Krull. Sharon Callahan. Carol Lang, Marsha Moland. Mary Schlaikowski, Kathleen Schley. Sandra Blaiesli. Kathleen Koenig. THIRD ROW: Jane Gunderson, Patty Reiser, Sue Peppier. Lynn Drossel, Heidi Seim, Jody Skogg. Nancy Petrillo. Marlene Radloff, Colleen Kramer. Irma Hall. FOURTH ROW: 8arbara Steffel. Sarah Kolar, Debbie 8owler, Vada Harris. Judy Quandt. Ellen Buchmann. Carol Hail man. Karen Stapleton, Vickio Marietta, Maurino Bennett. Sue Treloar. BOTTOM ROW: Kathleon Strobe. Barbara Erskine. Janon Furlong. Ruth Beerenboom, Linda Katz, Sheilo Morgan. Peggy Honthaw. 8arb Wiltzius. Cheryl Packet. Mildred Dreger. Jean Rorrig. SECOND ROW: Jena Reif. Choroltto Luisier. Nancy Kucimorski. Lindo Skyles. Maribeth Ashbeck. Cleo Smoody. Alice Heidenreich. Maureen Wilson. Mary Jo Rideout. Lindo Smith. Mary Olson. THIRD ROW: Sandy Nowakowski. Bunny Grane. Mary Krawiocki. Bev Oureda. Sue Siegel, Sue Devlin. Kris Wilkinson. Sandra Schommer, Jacki Kossik. June Schneider. Leslie Starkweather. Pam Podvin. FOURTH ROW; Jane Rinka. Katie Tressett. Johanna SchwHbo. Rose Gruber. Marcia Peck. Linda Schroeder. Anne Wohlgren. Ruth. Ann Radai. Karen Riopello. Sue Albertin. Sharon Dietz-lor, Suo Longley. 323Three or more years of study culminate with the senior year. For some, half of the year is spent teaching, while others are busy fulfilling requirements for graduation. For more than I 150 WSU-O seniors 1969 was "the" year, a milestone in their 324325Sitting atop the Dempsey monument this senior student waved a School of Education Mary E. Arh, Eau Claire. Physical Education. 8.S. Roland S. Alger, Fond du Lac. Biology. B.S. Tarry A. Allan, Oshkosh. Spanish. B.A. Carol Alvin, Groan Lake. Lower Elementary, B.S. Christina Anania, Lowar Elementary. Oshkosh, B.S. Backy Ander-»on, Wisconsin Rapids. Lowar Elamantary. B.S. Connia Andarson. Iron Mountain. Michigan. Upper Elamontary. B.S. Linda Andarson, Marshfield. B.S. Mary E. Anton. Milwaukee. Math B.S. Kristin A. Antonio. Modison. Speech and Hearing Therapy. B.S. Pater Antonia. Madison. Natural Science. B.S. Jeffrey J. Bodura, Milwaukee. Social Science. B.S. Jean Baiar, Oshkosh, English. B.S. 8arbara L. Baldauf, Menoshe. English, B.S. Jean M. Ball, Clinton. Library Science, B.S. Thomas R. Barnard. Sturgeon Bay. Music. B.M.E. Lynne Barta. Tone-wanda. New York. Physical Education, 8.A. Cheryl L Bastion, Oshkosh. English. B.S. Sandra Baumherdt, Fond du Lac. Lower Elementary Education. B.S. Ruth A. Baadling, Elm Grove. Upper Elementary, B.S. Mary Beatty, Hartford. Art. B.S. Michael Bell, Milwaukee, Upper Elementary. B.S. Susan E. Belter, Spooner, Lower Elementary, B.S. 326Karon Benkoski. Omro. Library Scianco. B.S. John W. Benton, Dolavan. Biology, B.S. Joan! Berger, Ripon. Art. B.S. Joan Bornt, Sister Bay. English, BA. Robert W. Betker, Oshkosh, Special Education. BA. Carla A. Bovors, Appleton, Lower Elementary. BA. Barbara Beyer, Appleton. Lower Elementary, BA. Catherine A. Bichler, Thiensville. Lower Elementary. B.S. Cathy Birge, Sheboygan. Upper Elementary. 8A. Deanna Birkholx, Collins, Social Science. B.S. Carol Blackburn, Fond du Lac. English. B.S. MarideNe Blahnik, Crystal Lake. Illinois, Math. B.S. Susan Bleifuss. Hori-con. Lower Elementary Education. B.S. John F. Boss. Oshkosh. Math. B.S. Nova Bostwick, Port Washington. Lower Elementary, BA. Gregory Bradly. Randolph. Biology. B.S. Connie Braun, Oconto Falls. Lower Elementary. B.S. Dale Breitlow, Algoma. Biology. B.S. Connie Brickham. Oshkosh. Special Education. B.S. Jalaine Brill. Winneconne. Physical Education, B.S. Joan Bryngelton, Iron Mountain, Michigan. Physical Education. B.S. James J. Puehner. Oshkosh. Psychology, B.S. Gary M. Buhr, Juneau. Biology. B.S. JoAnne Buhr. Marion. Special Education and Lower Elemontary. 8.S. Patricia L. Buss. Beaver Dam. Speoch and Hearing Therapy. BA. Kathleen Bidawka. Lower Elementary, B.S. Milwaukee. Sandra Caldwell, West Bend. Lower Elementary. B.S. Sharon A. Cameron. Delavan, Social Scionco. B.S. Kenneth Campbell, Keweskum. History. B.S. Daniel C. Carney. Portage. Geography. B.S. Judith Carriveau, Green Bay. English, B.S. Bob Caves, Moyvilte. Physical Education. B.S. Carla Christen, Appleton. Lower Elementary. B.S. Carla Cismoski, Berlin Lower Elemontary. BA. Nancy Claflin, Sturgeon Bay. Lower Elementary. B.S. 327Carol M. Cochart. Greon 8-ay. English. 8.S. Linda C. Coenen. Sauk City. Art, B.S. Nancy Collins, Apploton, Physical Education. B.S. Diano Conlon, Humblodt. Iowa. Physicol Education. B.S. Linda K. Cook, Portogo. Spocial Education. B.S. Sharon D. Cook, Apploton. Physical Education, B.S. Barbara Cooko, Boavor Dam, Lowor Elementary. B.S. Mary R. Co . Juneau. Music Education, B.M.E. Sandra Cronick. Tomahawk, Geography. 8.S. Joan E. Danner. Monashe, Spooch and Hearing Therapy. B.S. Christine DeBano, Saukvillo, Lowor Elementary B.S. Donald DeBruin, Mena-she. Math, B.S. Dennis Dottmann, Waukesha, Math. B.S. Donna DeWolfe, Groan Bay. Lowor Elementary. B.S. Linda Dhuoy, Casco. Lower Elemontary. B.S. Michael H. Dickmann, Port Washington. History. B.S. Diano Diederich. Ladysmith. Physical Education. B.S. Sheila Diekvoss, Ripon. History, B.S. Margaret K. Diorcks. Antigo, Specie Education and Lower Elementary, 8.A. Susan G. Diotman, Brookfield. Latin, B.S. Wendy L. Dietrich. Apploton, Lowor Elomontary, B.S. Donald J. Dobbs. Anti-go. Political Scionce, B.S. Carolyn Doctor. Madison, Lower Elomontary. 8.S. Gail Dombroe, 8rookfiold. Art, 8.S. Maureen Dorsey. Brookfield. Spanish, B.S. Lynda Druml. Greon Lako. Lower Elo-mentary, B.S. Patricia K. Diiekan, Union Grovo, Lower Elementary. B.S. Alison E. Eachus, Bala-Cynwd. Pennsylvania. Physical Education. B.S. Gary J. Ebben. Oshkosh. Biology. B.S.Lynn Ebert. Milwaukee. Upper Elementary. B.S. Nancy Ersenrich, Seymour. Upper Elementary. B.S. Katherine C. Endter, English. 8.S. Carol Engel. Lar-son. Lower Elementary. B.S. Patricia Ethier, Waukesha. Upper Elemontary. B.S. Lynn Euller, Oconomowoc. Lower Elementary. B.S. Jean Farber, Oshkosh. Upper E’ementary. B.S. Vicki Fergenton. Appleton. Upper Elementary. 8.S. Joan Finnegan, Reedsburg. English. B.S. Vicki Floether, Oshkosh. Psychology. B.S. Douglas Forslund, Hurley. Moth, B.S. Bonnie Forester, Hale's Cornor. Lower Elementary. B.S. Margaret M. Franken, Green Bay. Social Science. B.S. Lynn Frederick. Foi Lake. Biology. B.S. Susan Fredrich, Wauwatosa. Elementary. B.S. Lynn Frey , Menasho. Speech and Hearing Therapy. 8.S. Douglas Fritsch. Wauwatosa. Social Science. B.S. Ned Gatake, Port Washington. Biology and Natural Science. B.S. Holly Geiger, Wauwatosa. French. B.S. Donna George. Franksvill . Lower Elementory. B.A. Karen Gerbensky, Waukesha. Lower Elemontary 8.S. Diane Germanson, Osh-kosh. Biology. B.S. Nanci Gleason. Green Bay. Lower Elementary. B.S. Barbara Gloss. Pulaski. Lower Elementory. B.S. Lynda Gloyd. Ripon. Art. B-A. Judith A. Goehke, West Allis. Upper Elementary. B.A. Kathleen Goniu, Milwaukee. Art. B.A. Herbert Gosdeck, Koukouno. Math. B.S. Janice L. Graham. Wauwatosa. Elementary. B.S. 329Avalco P. Grams , Green Bay, English, B.S. Delia Grab, Antigo. French, B.S. Kathryn E. Gro ni r, lola. Speech and Hearing Therapy. 8.A. Christine Gruett, Oshkosh, Upper Elementary. B.S. Joan Guelig, Weupun. Math. B.S.E. Jill Guenther, Oshkosh. Upper Elementary. B.S. Mary L. Gunderson. Madison. Special Ed.. B.S. Kathleen Hall. Milwaukee Lower Elementary. B.S. Sally Hanson. Antigo. Elemontary. B.S. Charlotte Hanson. Grafton, English. B.A. Lynne Hanson, Manitowac. Elementary. B.A. Elisabeth Hesenfuss, Columbus. Upper Elementary. B.S. Patricia Hasenstein, Sheboygan. Art. B.A. Terry Hathaway. Oshkosh, Com-bined Music. B.M.E. Roland Hebeler, Appleton. Music. B.M.E. Marilyn Heiden, Milwaukee. Lower Elementary. B.S. Linda Half. Osh-kosh. Upper Elementary. B.S. Linda C. Hendricks. Waupun. Upper Elementary. B.S. Diane Henning. Green Bay. Physical Education. B.S. David Hilbalink. Oosburg, Natural Science. B.S. Holli Him, Winneconne. Physical Education. B.S. June A. Hoofer. Milwauko . Physical Education. B.S. Candace Hoffman, Antigo. Physical Education. B.S. Candace Hoffman. Antigo. Physical Education. B.S. Virginia M. Hofmann, Bryont. Uppor Elementary. B.S. Jean Hollander, Rosondale, French, 3.S. Carol Holzmen, Fond du Lac. Physical Education. B.S. Kathy Hooyman, Kaukauna. French. B.S. Patti A. Howard, Amherst. Art. B.S.H. John Huberty, Fond du Lac. Economics. B.S. 330Marriage often highlights the senior year of many students at WSU-O ... intentionally or otherwise. Sandy Huguot. Green Bay. Speech. B.S. Joan Jacoby. Bolguim, Lower Elo-mentary. B.S. Mary Jacoby. LaCrosse. Language Arts. B.S. Betty James. Ripon. Lower Elementary. B.A. Dennis Jansen, Kaukauna, French. B.S. Bonita L. Jirovetx, Maridel. English. B.S. Judy M. Johnson, Green 8ay. Lower Elementary. B.S. Karen L John-son, Oshkosh. English, B.S. Kathryn A. Jones, Madison. Lower Elementary. B.S. Sharon Jones, Churchville. New York. Upper Elementary. B.S. Jean Jungwirth, Oshkosh. Speech Hearing Therapy. B.S. Mary Ann Junion, Casco. Lower Elemontory. B.S. Mary Ann Kallas, Prinston. History. BS. Jean Kant. Waupun. Biology. B.S. Russell J. Kaping, Berlin. Upper Elementary. B.S. Barbara Karpinsky, Plymouth. Physical Education. 8.S. Betty Kasmerchek, Casco. English. B.S. Ellen Ann Kessilke, West Bend. Special Education. B.S. Kathleen Kastello, West Allis. Upper Elementary. B.S. Judith Kasten, Sturgen Bay. Upper Elementary. B.S. Barbara Kay, Kewaunee. Lower Elementary. B.S. Lynn M. Keenan, Oshkosh. Special Education. B.S. Mary Keller, Deerbrook. Physical Education. B.S. Kathy Kelley. Fond du Lac. Art. B.S. Frederick Kelroy, Fond du Lac. Upper Elementary, B.S. Pam Kemnitx, Oshkosh. Lower Elementary. B.S. Jean E. Kendall, Green Bay. Lower Elomentary. BA. Lillian Kerr, Milwaukee. Math. B.S. Carolyn King, Fond du Lac. Physical Education. B.S. 331Barbara A. Kipponhan. Wost Bond, Art. B.S. Joan Kitts. Greon Bay. lowor Elomentary. B.S. Oonna Klink, Wator-town, Lower Elementary. B.S. Judith E. Koelpin, Oshkosh. Speech ond Hearing Therapy. 8.A. Jean M. Kohler, Pardoo-ville. Lower Elementary. B.S. April S. Koiwai, Huntington Valley. Pennsylvania. Physical Education. B.S. Joyce M. Konlile. Oshkosh. French. B.S. Mary Konyn, Marinette Elementary Education. B.S. Alan Kostrzak, London. Geography. B.S. Margaret A. Koilowski, Greenfield. Lower Elemontary. B.S. Karen J. Kramer. Manitowoc. Upcer Elemontary. B.S. Kenneth R. Krause. Milwaukee. Math. B.S. Rose M. Krejcarek, Coloman. Physical Education. 8.A. Royce M. Krueger, Fort Atkinson. Moth. B.S. Gail E. Kruger, Sturgeon Bay. Physical Education. B.S. Jane E. Kubal. Brookfield. Lower Elo-montary. B.S. Dennis F. Kuotter, Manitowoc. History. B.S. John Kurciek. Berlin. History. B.S. William Lader, Rhinelander, Sociol Sconce and History. B.S. Cheryl Lane. Ocoromowoc, Lower Elomontery, B.S. Peggy Larsen, Oneida. Lower Elementary B.S. Cheryl Larson, Omro. Upper Elemontary. B.S. Donna Lasse, Janesville. Lowor Elementary and Special Education. 8.S. Susan Lathrop, Appleton. Elementary Education. B.S. Dick Lauder, Fish Creek. Art. B.S. Lana Lawrence. Janesville. Lower Elementary. B.S. Charles Leahy, Darlington. Music. B.M.E. Connie Lecher, Milwaukee. English, B.S. Irene LeClair, Two Rivers. Speech and Hoaring Therapy. B.A.Pat Lolovich. Oshlosh. Speech and Hearing Therapy. B.S. Richard Lieffring, Fond du Lac. Social Science. 8.S. Bonnie Lincl. Randolph. Spanish, B.S. Joyce Liptal, LaGrange Pari. Illinois. Art. B.S. Marilyn Lloyd, Oshlosh. Lower Elemen. tary. B.S. Helen lieper. Appleton. Lower Elementary. B.S. Mary Luclhardt, Madison. Art. BA. Kathleen 0. Lundy, Waulesha. Lower Elementary. B.S. Kristine Macel, Port Washington, Lower Elementary. B.S. Thomas Maelin, Milwouleo. Music. B.M.E. Jane Madden. Oal Creel, Physical Education, B.S. Sharon M. Madigan, Randolph. Physical Education, B.S. Donald J. Mehony, West Allis. Physical Education, B.S. Ronald Melicli, Milwaulco, Special Education. B.S. Sandra Malicli, Groondalo. English, B.S. Bonita R. Mann. Washington Island. Lower Elomentary. B.S. James C. Martin, Green 8ay. Elementary. B.E. John Martinson, Manitowoc. Upper Elementary. B.S. Gail Mateyla, Oshlosh. Lowor Elo-montary. B.S. Barbara Matzle, Two Rivers. Lowor Elementary. B.S. James Mayer, Random Lale. Upper Elementary. B.S. Martin S. MeEathron. Mayvillo, French and Spanish. B.S. Dorothy McGowan. Janesville. Physical Education. B.S. Janet Moves, New Berlin, Music, B.M.E. James S. Moyer, Oshlosh. Upper Elementary. B.A. Christine Mirloy, Osh-losh. French. B.S. Judy Milulsly, Greon Bay. English. B.S. Barbara A. Miller, Beaver Dam. Upper Elementary. 8S. Kristine MHIer, Milwaulco. Lower Elementary. B.S. An ompty classroom is often sought by a studont needing a few minutes of last-minute cramming for an exam. 333Shirley A. Miller, Chilton. English. B.S. Sue Miller, Oshkosh. Lower Elementary. B.S. Mery Minslotf, Merinotte. Upper Elementary, B.S. Keren Mitchell, Madison. Lower Elementary. 8.A. Tom Moore, Upper Elementary, 8.S. Pet Monroe. Oshkosh. Soe-cial Education. Lower Elementary. B.S. Patricia J. Morenty, Butler. Lower Elementary. 8.S. David B. Morton, Oshkosh. Chemistry. 8.S. Jenis L. Mory, Seymour. Lower Elementary. B.S. Sharon Moser. Fond du Lac. Lower Elementary. B.S. Cheryl L. Mueller, Seymour. Lower Elementary. B.S. Marilyn Mueller, Menomonee Falls. Biology. B.S. Phyllis Multheuf, Neosho, Biology. B.S. Sharon Mushack, Wauwatosa. Art. B.S. Richard V. Naidl. Manitowoc. Upper Elementary. B.S. Valerie Nobel, Sturgeon Bay. English. B.A. Alison J. Neuman, Appleton. Physical Education. B.S. Terry! Nicora, Milwaukee. B.A. Lynn C. Nitxbond, Apploton, Lower Elementary. B.S. Lois Noltemeyer, Arlington. Physical Education, B.S. Bradley W. Nuss, Green Bay. History. B.S. Sandra Nussbaumer, Plymouth. B.S. Donna Oakes, Ripon, Elementary. B.S. 334Nancy Ogle, Oakfield. Upper Elementary. B.S. Diane O'Neil, Fond du Lac. English, B.S. Geraldine S. Opgenorth, Oastburg. Poetical Science, B.S. James Pabian. West Bend, Upper Elementary. B.S. Betty J. Page, Berlin. English, B.S. Jane Pemperin, Green Boy. B.S. Dianne Payne. Milwaukee. Lower Elementary, B.A. Kathy Petersen, Milwaukee. Lower Elementory B.S. Lorraine K. Pfeiffer, Crandon. Physical Education. B.S. Barbara PiHsbury. Green Bay. Lower Elementary, B.S. Gayle M. Piper, Wotortown. Lower Elementary. B.S. Mary M. Plucker, Green Bay. Music. B.M.E. Lauralyn Pochert, Milwaukee. Lower Elementary. B.S. Lynne Prosser, For.d du Lac. Physical Education, B.S. Susan Priebe, Milwaukee. Upper Elementary. B.S. Janet L. Raether. Columbus. Lower Elomentary. B.S. Marie A. Raffaele, Milwaukee. Physical Education. B.S. Bonnie J. Reabe. Fo« Lake. Physical Education, B.S. Michael H. Reinert. Algoma. Upper Elementary. B.S. Mary Reisinger, West Allis. Physical Education. B.S. Barbara J. Rhode, Slirgor, Music. 8.M.E. Ruth E. Ristow. Neonah, Library Science. B.S. Beth A. Roate, Campbells-port. Upper Elementary. B.S. Delores Robinson. Porterfield. Upper Elementary. B.S. Merrie K. Roeder, Whitefish Bay. Lower Elementary. B.S. Mary E. Rounds. Waupun, Lower Elementary. B.S. Susan Rucktenwald, Wauwatosa. Math. B.S. Russel H. Rut . Wost Allis. 8ioloqy. B.S. Gary Salty. Milwaukee. Biology and Psychology. B.S. Theresa Sargent, Milwaukee. Elementary, B.S. Charleen Saunders. Green Bay. Lower Elementary. B.S. Jean M. Schaefer, Oconto. Lower Elementary. B.S. Alice Schaub, Oconto Falls. Speech and Hear-ing Thorapy. B.A. Juellyn Schellpeper, Wauwatosa. Physical Education, 8.S. Janice Schenck, Sun Prairie. Lower Elementary. B.S. 335Anna I. Schindol, Oconto Fall . Upper Elementary, B.S. Sandra M. Schnell. Kiel. Physical Education. B.S. Anne Schoeneck, Wittenborg, Lower Elementary and Special Education. B.S. Lynn K. Schreiber, Wait Bend. Lower Elementary. B.S. Jeffrey L. Schultz, Portage. History. B.S. Patricia G. Schultz. Neillsvillo. Physical Education, B.S. Gerald T. Schwaller, Combined Locks. Social Science. B.S. Jane L. Sebranek, Elroy. English. B.S. Christine H. Selbo. Hortland. Natural Science. B.S. William Selenske, Antigo. Secondary Education. B.S. Ruth A. Selke, Manitowoc. Upper Elementary. B.S. Jerold T. Selle, Appleton. Geography and History. B.S. Mary B. Shaver. Adell. Lower Elementary. B.S. Pamela Shower, Madison. Upper Elementary. B.S. Susan Sielaff, Oshkosh. Art. B.A. Mary A. Sisson. Milwaukee. English. B.S. Sue A. Slatky. Green Bay. Lower Elementary. B.S. Barbara L. Smith, Gillet. Lower Elementary. B.S. Diane Smits, Green Bay. Lower Elementary. B.S. Diane Snyder, Oconomowoc. Physical Education. Peggy Souse k, Hortonvillo. Music. 8.M.E. Ann Sowlles, Milwaukee Upper Elementary. B.S. Nanette Spang. Hilbert, Physical Education. B.S. David L. Stacy, Fond du Lac. Art. B.S. Sue Stanull, Two Rivers. Lower Elemontory. B.S. Rita A. Steiner, Appleton. Special Education. B.S. Sue Steinhardt, Shawano. Lower Elementary. B.S. Peter Steinmetz. Oshkosh, Art. B.A. Linda Stenklyft. Wabeno. Chemistry. B.S. 336Anna Stevens. Royalton. Speech and Hearing Therapy. 65. Roberta A. Stevens, Fond do Lac. English. B.S. Jackie Stickford. Milwaukee. Lower Elementary. B.A. Thomas G. Strauss, Shawano. Math, B.S. Carole Street, Ellison Boy. English. B.S. Donald Strong, Milwaukee. History, B.S. Anne Strycharske. Birnomwood. Upper Elementary. B.S. Kathy Stuckey, Shawano. Lower Elementary. B.A. Karla Stuempges, Neenah, Lower Elementary and Special Education, B.S. Diane Supriso. Antigo, Lower Elementary. B.S. Nancy Susina, Elkhorn, Biology and Natural Science. B.S. Mary A. Swenson. Oshkosh, Spanish. B.S. Diane K. Siymen-ski, Milwaukee. Speech. B.S. Suzanne Szymanski, Milwaukee. English. B.S. Jay R. Tack. Milwaukee. Upper Elementory. B.S. David Teresinski, West Alin. Geography B.S. Carole ReRonde. Milwaukee. Lower Elementory, B5. Linda Teumer, Sheboygan. Lower Elementary. B.S. Judy Theisen, West Bend. Lower Elementary, B.S. Linda Theisen, Port Washington, Spanish. B.A. Linda Thomas, Pestigo. English. B.S. Carol Thuemmler. Sheboygan, Upper Elementary, B.S. Judy Timm. Groen Bay, Lower Elementary. B.S. Donald G. Timpel, Cedarburg. Uppor Elomentary. 8.S. Jill Titzkowski, Oshkosh. Lower Elementary. B.S. Carol R. Totero, Racine. Upper Elementary. B.S. Carole Treml. Scholfield. Education. B5. Graduate Record Exams tested seniors on the knowledge they had acquired in four years of study.___ 337 Diiie D. Tueek, Hancock. Biology. B.S. Sue E. Tuckie, Appleton. Spanish. B.A.00School of Business Administration Thomas J. Anderson. Fond du loc. Butinoss Management, 8.8.A. John M. Bantram, Fond du Lac. Accounting. B.BA. William E. Bestor, Fond du Lac. Accounting, B.BA. Charlotte Boeder, Greenleaf. Accounting, B.S. Robert J. Bonack, Mayvillo. General Business. B.8A. Oavid J. Bossenbroek. Brandon. Personnel. 8.B.A. Richard Brentmier, Oshkosh. Accounting. B.S. Thomas M. Burrows. Hinsdale. Illinois Personnel Management B.S. Dennis Calebresa, Berlin. Manaqcmont. B.BA. Donald R. Caves, Wild Rose. Accounting. B.BA. Thomas J. Conlin, Oshkosh. Accounting. B.BA. LoRayne Davis, DeForost. Accounting. B.BA. Gary DeMaster, Oost-burq, Finance. B.BA. Allen D. Doan, Waupun. Marketing. B.8A. Steven Ft. Eckert, Sister Bay. Marketing, B.BA. Martin N. Eiden, Menominee Falls, Finance. B.BA. Brian Ellis. Green Bay, Marketing. B.BA. Richard Facette, West Allis. Business Administration. B.S. Dennis E. Fait. Wisconsin Rapids. Accounting, B.BA. Glenn G. Fifarek, Oshkosh. Accounting. B.BA. James Freer, Fremont, Accounting, B.BA. Robert Gaecke. Green Bay. Accounting, B.BA. Philip A. Galassie, Monashe. Accounting. 8.BA. Jerry P. Gleason. Grafton. Accounting, B.S. Charles Greenwood. West Allis. Personnel Management. B.S.A. Scott Hall by night reflects the lights of students their rooms studying or just relaxing. 339Thomas Haglund, Overland Park. Kansas. Accounting. B.BA. Kris Hokan-ion, Milwaukee. Flnanclnq, B.BA. Susan E. Hornaday, Flossmoor. Illinois, Market-inq, B.S. Lei Hull. Waupun, General Business Administration. B.BA. Moham-oud A. Ibrahim. Harqeisa. Somalia. General Business Administration. B.BA. Richard J. Janssen, Underhill. General Business Administration. B.B-A. James Judd, Shauano. Marketing. B.8.A. G. Lee Kantin, Oshkosh. Accounting. 8.BA. Robert F. Kantin, Oshkosh. Finance. B.BA. Harold P. Kempfert, Maribel, Management. B.BA. Kenneth Koehn, Fond du Lac. Man-agomont. B.S. Gary Kons, Monominoo Falls. Management. B.S. David Kotiehi, Oshkosh. Accounting, B.BA. Donald Laatsch, Milwaukee. General Business. B.S. Stephen Lowell, Rocine, Marketing, B.S. John N. Macisak, West Allis. Man-aqoment. 8.BA. Mike Malone. Oshkosh. Personnel. B.BA. Howard T. Manthey, Oshkosh. General Business. B.BA. John Matraven, Oconto. Management. B.BA. David C. Matsche. Oshkosh. Accounting. B.BA. Vicki McLaren, Oshkosh. Personnel. B.BA. James G. Miller, Waupaca. Business Administration. B.BA. Frank R. Moebiut, Milwaukee. Management. B.BA. Robert D. Moodie, Ripon, Accounting. B BA. David Muichimki, Oshkosh. Accounting, B.S. Jon L Newcomb. Green 8ay. Marketing, B.BA. Thomas R. Nigl, Oshkosh, Accounting. B.BA. Daniel Parins, Green Bay. Accounting. B.BA. Michael A. Peter, Waukosha. Management, B.S. George E. Preicott, Oshkosh. Finance. B.BA. Jerome R. Reiti. Oshkosh. Finance. B.BA. Calvin Rent, Brandon, Marketing, B.BA. David Rich, Beaver Dam. Business Administration. B.8A. Gary D. Riley, Elkhorn. Finance. B.8A. Jamei Ross, Brillion. Markntino 8.BA. 340Jam J. Scheuar. Oshkosh. Accounting 8.8.A. Richard Schmaalxla, Milwau-lee. Marketing. B.8.A, Jaanatt A. Santx, Wilwaukce. Marketing. 8.S. John P. Stacy, Fond du Lac. Financa. 8.S. Jama Steffen, Belgium, Management. 8.B.A. Edward P. Strong. Appleton. General Business. B.B.A. Glenn Stubb . Milwaukee. Management. B.BA. Oenni Ullman. Sturgeon Bay. Accounting. B.B.A. Thomat F. Valitchka. Manitowoc. Marketing. 8.B.A. Ronald Van Dyck, De Pere. Accounting. 8.B.A. Daikon Kinguru Wahoma, Karatino. Kenya. General Buline Administration, 8.B.A. Adam T. Wamai, Tumuiumu. Kenya. Marketing. 8 8.A. David J. Wathkoviak, Ripon. Accounting. B.B.A. Diana Wolfgram, Appleton Personnel, B.B.A. Earl R. Zimmerman. Green Lake. Accounting, B.8.A. John C. Zopolot, Fond du Lac. Por-sonnet. B.B.A. Gary A. Zunker, Oshkosh, Management. B.S. Mary Abel, Mi'waukee. Art. B.S. Sandra Aiello. Brookfield. Medical Technician. B.S. Mary J. Alqer. Green Bay. Medical Technician. B.S. Florence A. Allen. Omro, Medical Technician. 8.S. Dominic S. Amato, Madison. Philosophy and Political Science. B.S. Roger H. Baker, Milwaukee. Political Science. 8-A. Ruth D. Banks, Oshkosh, Social Welfare. 8.A. John M. Barter, Milwaukee. History of Economics. B.S. David P. Bast, Minocquo. Sociology and Political Science. B.S. Bruc R. Baumann, Milwaukee. History. B.S. Louit R. Bearden, Madison. Psychology, B.S. 341With seniority comes wisdom; with wisdom comes the pipe. m Andrew H. Bidlingmaier, Fond du Lac. Anthropology. B.S. Gretchen C. Bingen. West Bond, Social Work. B.S. James C. Bird. Grafton. Biology. B.S. John R. Blattnor. Oshkosh. History. 8.S. Nancy Brown. Beloit. Political Scianca. B.A. Linda L. Bulan, Nashotah. Library Sci-enca. B.S. Loretta Byom, Watt Allis, Math. B.A John Capalla, Wost Bond. Urban Affairs and Gaography. B.S. Norma Carlona. Fond da Lac. Modical Technician, B.S. Chariot R. Cata, II, Oshkosh. Physics and Moth. B.A. Dawn Cayton, Milwaukee. Political Scianca. B.S. Sutan Chambers. Gillatt. Sociology. B.S. Richard Charles. Algoma, Social Welfare. B.S. Kan Clifford. Marion, Speech, B.A. Robert D. Clouse, Waukesha. Biology. B.S. John S. Craig. Oshkosh. Chemistry. B.A. Kathryn Cumpt, Green Bay. Social Welfare. B.S. Pam Davies. Waukeska. Spanish. B.S. Cathy Dean. Arlington Heights. Illinois, Sociology. B.S. David DeBy!, Menasha. Art.- B.S. Sheila Dewane. Maribel. Sociology. B.S. David W. Diffor, Randolph. Chem. istry. B.S. John P. Dirkte. Ill, Sheboygan, Math. B.S. Susan Dittmer, Brookfield. Sociology. 8.S. Jamas Dobrintki, Chicago. Illinois. Political Science 8.S. Richard W. Double, Whitefish Bay. Math. B.S. Donald Drath, Hartonville. Chemistry. B.A. John Drover, Berlin, Economics, B.S. John F. Dunn. Portage. Sociology. B.S.Joan Dushensky, Oshkosh, Library Science, 8.A. Thomas Effenheim, Milwaukee. Geography. 8.S. Gregory J. Eg-qum. Brookfield. Sociology. 8.S. Nancy Ekvall, Oshkosh. History. B.A. Jean A. Eliason, Green Bay. Library Science. B.S. Richard Erdmann, Neenah. Political Science. B.S. Ed Erickton, Saukville. Geology. B.S. Joan A. Ernstor, Milwaukee. Art. B.S. Jill Esslinger. Oshkosh. Psychology and Sociology. BA. R. Todd Everson. Clintonville. Chemistry. BA. Judy E. Ewald, Berlin. Math. BA. Cheryl Forbes, St. Louis. Missouri. History. BA. Pamela Fournier, Waukesha. Sociology. B.S. Marcia Fredenberg, Madison. Library Science. 8A. Karen Frey. Oshkosh. Social Welfaro. BA. Claudia Friese. Sheboygan. Art. B.S. Kay Furlong, Oshkosh. Sociology. BA. Shirley Gay, Marshfield. Library Science. BA. James R. Giegerich. Prairie Du Sac. Chemistry. B.S. Frederick M. Gituku, Kiamba. Kenya. Biology. B.S. Julette Gomand. Green Bay. Art. B.S. Frances Goodrich. Green Boy. French. BA. David Griffith. Berlin. Political Science. B.S. Glenn D. Grosser, Cedarburg. Physics and Math. B.S. Katherine Guenther. Wauwatosa. Social Wolfare. B.S. Ellen Guse, Manitowoc. Medical Technician. B.S. Richard G. Habighorst, Bonduel. Zoology. B.S. Eileen Hammer, New Holstein, Journalism, B.S. Carolyn Hansen, Now Holstein, Political Scienco and International Studies. BA. 343Spring fever and warm nights drive many students out of their dorms into the night air. and WSU-O architecture accommodates them well. Rod L. Hanson. Bonduel. Math.. B.S. Jennifer Hanson, Milwaukee. Sociology. B.S. Cheryl HenHchel. Kimberly. Library Science. B.A. Brenda S. Heuber, Osh-koih. B.A. David G. Hawk. Redgranite. English. B.S. James Hayes. Appleton. Sociology. B.S. John R. Hembrook, Delevan. Sociology. B.S. Thomas A. Henricksen, Waupaca. Geology. B.S. Thomas Holloway. Groon-Boy. Political Science. B.S. Kathleen Howard, Waukesha, Psychology and Sociology. B.S. Thomas Hum-bright, Ripon. Math. B.S. James K. Irwin, Madison, Sociology, B.A. Rollend Jahns, Hilbert. History. B.A. Andrew Johnson. 8eloit. Biology. B.S. Sharon L. Johnston, Oshkosh. Biology. B.S. Ingrid Jorgensen. Kewaskom. Psychology. B.S. Suianne Kapp. Milwaukee. Psychology and Social Welfare. B.S. Patricia Kennedy. Cadott. Library Science. B.A. Theresa Kerch, Fond du Lac. Art. B.S. John Kerkhoff. GilloH. Physics. 8.S. Donald L. Kielich, Milwaukee. Philosophy. B.A. Kay K. King. Omro. Sociology. B.S. Daniel Klatt, Cecil. Moth. B.A. Dale A. Klemstein, Milwaukee. Anthropology. B.S. Charles R. Koch. Shawano. Geography and English. 8.S. Calvin Koehler. Hori-con. Biology. B.S. Robert R. Korb, Clin-tonville. Psychology. 8.S. Bill T. Koutnik, Menasha, Art. B.S. Roy F. Kroening, Shawano. B.S. 344 Darlene Krueger, Oshkosh. Biology. B.S. Patricia Kryka, Antigo. Mathematics. B.S. Lynn Kuhn . Milwaukee. Psychology. B.S. Carl Kupersmith, Oshkosh. Mathematic . B.S. Gerald J. Kwiatkow ko, Crivitz. Chemistry. B.S. Kenneth Kwidiinski, 8er!in, Economic . B.S. Larry LaPidut, Milwaukee. Radio and Television, B.S. Susan Lautenschlager, Oshkosh. English, B.A. Barry Leach, Milwaukee. Biology. 8.A. Bill Leach. Stoclbridgo. English. B.S. Patrick Leahy, Oshkosh. Sociology. B.A. Chee Man Lee, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Chemistry, B.S. Gary E. Lee, Oshkosh. Political Science. B.S. Marilyn Lindemer, Wauwatosa, Psychology. B.A. Michael Lodes, Lako, Biology, B.S. Renee L. Longue. Waupun, Psychology. B.S. Holly Luebcke, River Grove. Illinois. Sociology. B.S. Patricia E. Lui, Oshkosh. Art. B.S. Angus MacDonald, Oshkosh, Speech. 8.A. Barbara Mencini, Lake Geneva. Social Welfare. B.S. Thomas J. Marcks, Oshkosh. Economic . B.S. Mary Jo Marohn, Oshkosh. Social Wolfare. B.S. Herbert J. Mathwig, Stanley. Biology. B.S. Peter Maurer. Apple-ton. Psychology. B.A. James L. McConnell. Oshkosh. History. B.S. Kathryn McGregor, Brookfield. Sociology. B.S. David L. McMahon, Gillett, Biology. B.S. Monica Marini, Rock Springs. English. B.A. James F. Marshall. Rcdgrenite. Economics. B.S. 345Facial expressions alone can tell the budding student artist of his success or lack of it. Robert Metier, Bl ir, Nebratka, Spooch. B.S. Peter R. Micheelit. Clinton-ville, Ptychology Social Welfare. B.A. Thomet P. Mihailov, Chicago. I Pin it. Political Science. 8.S. Robert A. Miller, Othkoth. Political Science, B.S. Barbara Moebiut, Menomonee Falls. Sociology. Arthur J. Moen, Jr., Monroe. Psychol-ogy. B.A. Michael H. Monroe. Racine. Po itical Science Hittory. B.S. Judith A. Moore, Green Bay. Sociology. B.A. Stephen R. Moore, Maditon. Eeor.omict. B. S. Mary Mortenten, Fond du Lac. Social Welfare. B.S. Krit Mueller, Wauketha. Social Work. B.S. Samuel S. Muinde. Kenya. Eatt Africa. Biology. B.S. Greg Nemeti. Elkhart Lake. Sociology. B.S. Mary M. Neit. Weit Bend. Sociology. B.S. Cheryl Nelton. Wauwatota. Mathematict 4 Spanith. B-A. Fran Nelton. Maditon Ptychology. B.S. Larry Nelton, Manawa. Economics B.S. Karl Neuenfeldt, Grafton. Hittory Sociology, 8.S. Robert J. Neuman, Eionio. Sociology Anthropology. B.S. Robert Novittki. Pulatki. Social Work. B.S. Robert Nowicki. Now Berlin. Englith, B.A. Kay M. Owen, Stoughton. Ptychology. B.S. Kaye Peitrick, Beaver Dam, Sociology, B.S. Judith A. Pankrati, Cato. Englith. B.S Terry 0. Pevfichek, Wett Allis, Mathematict. B.S. Clair A. Pelkowtki, Milwaukee. Speech', 8.A. Patricia A. Pelot, Coleman, Sociology. B.S. Hugo E. Pelxer, Elcho. Political Science. B.S. Jamet B. Perry, Wauwatota. Biology. 8.S.JoAnn Potushck. Oconomowoc, Social Welfare. B.S. James Phillips, Omro. Biology. 8.S. James Pingry, Oshkosh. Geography, B.S. David B. Pollock, Kenosha. Geography. B.S. Mari A. Poyfhress, West Salem. Geology. B.A. Peter Puestow, Okeuchee. Mathematics. B.S. Diane L. Quasius. Sheboygan. Speech. B.S. David Raddatx. Oshkosh. Medical Technology. B.S. John R. Rather, Neenah. Political Scionco. B.S. Judith Redlin, Milwaukee. Sociology Psychology. B.S. Maureen Resheske, Princeton. Sociology. B.S. Richard J. Rhode, Oshkosh. Political Science. B.A. Michael J. Riedl. Appleton. Psychology. B.S. Robert B. Roessler, Me'nasha. Chem. istry B.A. James M. Rohrer. Greenfield. Mathematics and Psychology. B.S. Mark K. Rosenbaum. Atlantic City. Now Jorsey. Biology. B.S. Bret G. Rothwell, Fond du Lac. Geology. B.S. Mary E. Ryf, Oshkosh. Sociology, B.S. John Saletri, Suring. Mathematics and Economics. B.S. Robert A. Sanderson. Whitefish Bay. Sociology. B.S. William A. Schembere, West Allis. Political Science. B.S. Marlene Schick, Milwaukee, Psychology Social Welfare. B.S. Susan Schlapman, Winneconno, Psychology. B.A. Robert L Schmidt, Clintonvlllo. History. B.S. Peter J. Scholl, Milwaukee. Medical Technology. B.S. David Schrador, Oshkosh. Physics. B.S. James E. Schroeder, Milwaukee. Political Scionco. 8.S. Thomas M. Schroepfer, Antigo. Economics. B.S. John H. Schuh. Milwaukee. History. B.A. 347John Schulz, Milwaukee. Chemistry, B.S. Barbara Schwandt. Oshkosh. Medicol Technology, B.S. Carl Schwanz. Sheboygan. Psychology. B.S. Jamot Schwartz, Brookfield. Economics, B.S. Jill Seiler, Groendale. Sociology. 8.A. Kathy Sery, Milwaukee, Sociology. B.A. Gary Skow, Brookfic'd, Biology B.S. Larry Smarting. Oshkosh. Biology. B.S. Charles W. Smithers. Appleton. Art. B.S. Gary Staeben, 8rookfield. Art. 8.A. Arlene C. Stanich, Chicago. Illinois. Library Science. B.A. Barbara Starzinski, Marathon, Library Science. 8.S. Terry M. Stein. Milwaukee. Sociology. B.S. Lanoa Sticker, Berlin. Psychology. B.S. Jon F. Stiehr, Fond du Lac. Mathematics. B.A. Ann E. Sutter, Neenah. Biology. B.S. Jerome F. Tachick. Coleman. Urban Affairs. Geography. B.S. Jackie Tenge. Oshkosh. Microbiology. B.S. Michael Thiele, Oshkosh. Music. B.M. Judith J. Thompson, Ashlond. Sociology. B.S. Mary S. Thompson. Brookfield. Psychology and English. B.S. Kristine L. Thoresen, Superior. Geography. B.S. David Thoreson, River Falls. Psychology. B.S. Sandra Timm. New Berlin. Medical Technology. B.S. Cynthia M. Tomczek. Milwaukee. Sociology. B.S. Paul Torzala, Holes Corners. Psychol ogy, 8.S. Charles A. Trester, Milwaukee Broadcasting. B.S. Al Trushinsky, Milwaukee. Biology. B.S. Robert H. Ullenbrauck, Antigo. Geography. B.S. 348Over 1150 Graduate From WSU-O in 1969 Long shadows, a setting sun. and a dreaded five-thirty class mark tho end of a student's day. Trudi A. Vane . Delavan. French. B.A Daniel Vender Pas. Little Cute. English B.S. Diane L VanDien, Mathematics Oconomowoc. B.S. Peter Van Grail, Ap ploton. English. B.A. Jack Voight, Shioc ton. Speech. B.S. Bill Wagner. Fond du lac. English. B.S. Cynthia A. Wagner, Cadott. Library Science. 8-A. Robert C. Welch, Mequon. Art. B.S. James Warehol. Pulaski. Sociology. B.S. Timothy O. Ward, Milwaukee. Psychology. B.S. Bruce D. Weber. Oshkosh. English. B.S. Karen L. Wedde, Oshkosh. Sociology. B.A. Mary Weinheimer, Weupun. Sociology. 8.A. Peter Welch. Madison. Physics. B5. Jerry Wertheimer, Wisconsin Rapids, Geography and Speech. 8.S. Sharon K. Whymes, Oakfield. Social Work. B.S. Diane Williams. Mukwonago. Political Science. B.S. Scott L Wilson. Chilton. Political Science. B.S. Donald L. Winkler, Hilbert. Medical Technology. B.S. Patricia A. Witte. Burnett. Biology. B.A. Nancy A. Wolff. Oconto Falls. Sociology. B.S. Judi Wood. Somerville. New Jersey. Sociology. B.S. Nancy P. Woody. Appleton. Medical Technology. B.S. James A. Young. Oshkosh. Anthropology. B.S. Rebecca Young. Chippewa Foils. Fronch. 8.A. Richard K. Zakos, Fond du Lac, Politico! Scior.ce. B.S. David Zarek, Green-dale. English. B.S. Kathleen Zawistowsko, Stone Lake. Geography. B.S. Barbara A. Zehner, Arlington. Spanish and French. B.A. Diane Lynn Zelton, Green Bay. Sociology. B.S. 349Senior Index School of Education AIRIS, MARY E.: PEM Club. Ski Hellers, RA. ALGER, ROLAND G.: Alpha Phi Omega-Second Vice-president, President. ALLEN. TERRY A. ALVIN, CAROL: AWS Board—Recording Secretary, Union Board—Social Committee, Ski Heilers, Panheilenic Council. Interhall Council, SNEA, Chi Omega. ANANIA, CHRISTINE: Delta Zeta—Treasurer, University Choir, Chamber Choir, Oshkosh Community Players, University Opera Workshop, Concert Choir. ANDERSON, BECKY: Chi Omega, Sailing Club SNEA. ANDERSON, CONNIE: Gamma Sigma Sigma Education Honor Society. ANDERSON, LINDA. ANTON, MARY E.: Phi Alpha Theta History Society. ANTONIE, KRISTIN A.: AWS—Judicial Board. ANTONIE, PETER: Resident Assistant. BODURA, JEFFREY J.: Football, Sigma Tau Gamma. BAIER, JEAN M.: Geology Club. BADAUF, BARBARA L.: Advance Staff, English Club. BALL, JEAN M.: Alpha Lambda Delta. Kappa Delta Phi, Concert Band. BARNARD, THOMAS R. BARTA, LYNNE: Intramurals—Basketball, Bowling, Volleyball. BASTIAN, CHERYL L. BAUMHARDT, SANDRA: Gamma Phi Beta. BEADLING, RUTH A.: Gamma Sigma Sigma. BEATTY, MARY. BELL, MICHAEL: Lutheran Collegians—President, Resident Assistant. BELTER, SUSAN E.: Hall Council—Stewart Songfest, Ski Club, AWS. BENKOSKI, KAREN. BENSON, JOHN W.: Kappa Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Phi—Vice-president. BERGER, JEANI: Ski Heilers, Delta Zeta— Pledge President. BERNS, JEAN: Concert Choir. BETKER, ROBERT W.: Alpha Phi Omega. CEC. Ski Heilers, Newman Club. BEVERS, CARLA A.: Kappa Delta Pi. BEYER, BARBARA: Ski Heilers. BICHLER, CATHERINE A.: Delta Zeta—Vice-president. BIRGE, CATHY. BERKHOLZ. DEANNA: Newman Club. BLACKBURN. CAROL. 8LAHNIK, MARIDELLE: Young Republicans. BLEIFUSS, SUSAN: Delta Omicron—Treasurer. Pep Band, Women's Chorus. BOSS, JOHN F.: Tau Kappa Epsilon. BOSTWICK, NOVA: AWS. Drama Club, Education Honors Sorority. BRADLEY. GREGORY: Phi Eta Sigma Honor Fraternity—Treasurer, Hall Judicial Board, R.A. BRAUN, CONNIE: Alpha Phi. Ski Heilers. AWS, SNEA. BREITLOW. DALE. BRICKHAM, CONNIE: University Symphony, Council for Exceptional Children, University Women's Choir. BRILL, JALAINE: PEM Club. WIA—Treasurer. BRYNGELSON, JOAN: PEM Club. Interest Volleyball. BUEHNER. JAMES J.: Marching Titans, University Concert Band, Basketball, Track, O Club, Delta Sigma Phi. BUHR, GARY M.: Intramural Football. Basketball, Softball. BUHR, JOANNE: Student Council for Exceptional Children, House Management Committee—Dorm Chairman, Food Service Committee—Chairman. BUSS, PATRICIA L.: Gamma Sigma Sigma, Debate. Speech and Hearing Club. BZDAWKA, KATHLEEN: Quiver Staff, Chi Omega. CALDWELL, SANDRA E.: Taylor Communication and Social Committee, Advance-Titan Staff, SNEA. CAMERON, SHARON A.: Ski Heilers, Young Republicans, Delta Zeta—Corresponding Secretary. CAMPBELL, KENNETH: Sigma Pi, IFC—Secretary, Sigma Pi—Harard, Pledge Master, Young Republicans, Newman Club. CARNEY, DANIEL C.: Sigma Phi Epsilon— Activities Chairman. Intramurals, Judicial Board—Breese, RA. CARRIVEAU, JUDITH: English Club. CAVES, BOB: Intramurals—Football Basketball, Fletcher Hall—Treasurer. CHRISTEN, CARLA: Delta Omicron, Alpha Xi Delta. CISMOSKI, CARLA: Bowling League, Standards, University Food Committee—Chairman. CLAFLIN, NANCY: Gamma Sigma Sigma, SNEA. COCHART, CAROL M. COENEN, LINDA C. J. COLLINS, NANCY: PEM Club, Intercollegiate Bowling. CON LON, DIANE. COOK, LINDA K.: Young Republicans, Ski Heilers, SCEC. COOK. SHARON D.: WRA—Treasurer. COOKE, BARBARA: Taylor Hall Council. Dorm Committee Chairman, Young Republicans. COX, MARY R.: Band. Orchestra, SMENC, Lutheran Collegians—Secretary. CRONICK, SANDRA. DANNER. JOAN E. DEBANO. CHRISTINE: Alpha Xi Delta. RA. DEBRUIN. DONALD: Math Club, Young Republicans. DETTMANN, DENNIS: International Relations Club. Math Club. DEWOLFE, DONNA: Advance-Titan—News Editor. Panheilenic, Phi Mu. DHUEY, LINDA: House Management Committee, Newspaper Committee. DICKMANN. MICHAEL H.: Union Board, Delta Sigma Phi, RA, Ski Heilers. Resident Hall Treasurer. DIEDERICH. DIANE: Chi Omega—Personnel Chairman, Union Board. Ski Heilers, SNEA. Orchesis, PEM Club. DIEKVOSS. SHEILA: AWS. Phi Alpha Theta. DIERCKS, MARGARET K.: SNEA. SCEC, Speech and Hearing Therapy Club, Chi Omega. DIETMAN, SUSAN G.: Taylor Hall—Vice-president, RA, Concert Band. DIETRICH. WENDY L.: AWS. Delta Zeta. DOCTER. CAROLYN: Gamma Phi Beta—Rush Chairman, Orchesis. DOFFS, DONALD J.: Oshkosh Human Rights Council. International Relations Club—President. DOMBROE, GAIL: ASA—Recording Secretary, Women's Swim Team, Delta Zeta, Advance Staff. DORSEY, MAUREEN. DRUML, LYNDA: Hall Council—Evans, Communications Chairman—Evans, Advance Staff, Songfest, Social Committee. DZIEKAN, PATRICIA K.: Gamma Sigma Sigma. EACHUS. ALISON E. EBBEN, GARY J.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. EBERT, LYNNE: Titanettes. Golden Tridents, Gamma Phi Beta. Panheilenic. EISENREICH. NANCY. ENDTER, KATHERINE C. Advance-Titan—Assistant Editor. ENGEL, CAROL: Lutheran Collegians—Membership Chairman, Titan Concert Band. Concert Band, University Women's Chorus, Young Republicans. ETHIER, PATRICIA: Phi Alpha Theta, Riding Club, Dorm Academic and Cultural Committee—Chairman. EULLER. LYNNE. FARBER, JEAN. FERGUSON, VICKI. FINNEGAN, JOAN: Concert Band, Alpha Lambda Delta. FLOETHER, VICKI: Student Government—Secretary, President of Junior Class, Alpha Phi— Treasurer, Psi Chi Honor Society, Kappa Delta Phi Honor Society. FORSLUND. DOUGLAS. FORSTER. BONNIE: RA, Ski Heilers, Golden Tridents—Treasurer and President. FRANKEN, MARGARET M.: Taylor Hall Coun-cil, Quiver staff, Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa Delta Pi, Campus Model UN—winner, National Model UN, RA, Intern Program. FREDERICK, LYNN: Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. FREDRICH, SUSAN: Hall Treasurer. FREYE. LYNN: AWS, Taylor Hall—Judicial Board, RA. FRITSCH, DOUGLAS: Young Republicans. GATZKE, NED: Football, Track, Sigma Phi Epsilon—President.GEIGER, HOLLY: RA, Sailing Club. GEORGE, DONNA. GERBENSKY, KAREN. GERMANSON, DIANE L. GLEASON, NANCI: Ski Heilers. GLOSS. BARBARA: Delta Zeta. GLOYD. LYNDA. GOETZKE. JUDITH A.: SNEA. GONiU. KATHLEEN: Orchesis, Art Club. GOSDECK, HERBERT. GRAHAM, JANICE L.: Delta Zeta—Vice- president and Standards Chairman. Drum Majorette. GRAMSE, AVALEE P. GREB, DELLA: Alpha Lambda Delta. Gamma Sigma Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi. GROENIER, KATHRYN E.: Philomathean Society— Treasurer and Founder, Phi Mu—Standards Chairman, Speech and Hearing Association—Secretary. GRUETT, CHRISTINE: Dorm Judicial Board and Hall Council. Gamma Sigma Sigma. AWS. GUELIG, JOAN: AWS. Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi—Treasurer, Alpha Lambda Delta. GUENTHER. JILL: Alpha Lambda Delta. Kappa Delta Pi. GUNDERSON, MARY L.: Delta Zeta, Gamma Delts, AWS, CEC. HALL. KATHLEEN: Wing Rep. HANSEN. SALLY. HANSON, CHARLOTTE: RA, Songfest, Sailing Club, Riding Club. HANSON, LYNNE. HASENFUSS, ELIZABETH: SNEA, Lutheran Collegians. HASENSTEIN, PATRICIA: Phi Mu, ASA. HATHAWAY, TERRY: Concert Band, Concert Choir, Opera Workshop, Symphony Orchestra, Chaplain—Tau Kappa Epsilon. HEBELER, ROLAND: IFC, Sigma Phi Epsilon-Secretary, Chamber Choir, University Band. HEIDEN, MARILYN: Phi Mu—Treasurer, Philomathean—Recording Secretary, Ski Heilers. HELF. LINDA. HENDRICKS. LINDA C.: AWS, LSA. HENNING. D'ANNE: WRA—Vice-president and Treasurer, PEM Club, Dorm Recreation Chairman, Hall Council. HILBELINK, DAVID: Football, Track, Phi Sigma Epsilon. HINZ, HOLLIE: PEM Club. HOEFER. JUNE A.: PEM Club. Ski Heilers, Horseback Riding Club, Women's Dorm Bowling Team. HOFFMAN. CANDACE: PEM Club. WRA, WRA Interest. HOFMANN, VIRGINIA M.: Gamma Sigma Sigma. HOLLANDER, JEAN: Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Phi Gamma, Kappa Delta Pi, Advance Staff, Panhellenic, Young Republicans. HOLZMAN, CAROLE: Orchesis, Interest Badminton, Standards. HOOYMAN, KATHY: Ski Club. HOWARD, PATTI A. HUBERTY, H. JOHN: Alpha Phi Omega, Honor Fraternity in History. HUGUET, SANDY: Gamma Phi Beta. JACOBY, JOAN: Gamma Sigma Sigma. JACOBY, MARY. JAMES, BETTY: Christian Fellowship—Secretary and Treasurer. SNEA. JANSEN, DENNIS R.: Advance-Titan Staff. JIROVETZ, BONITA L.: English Club—Secretary, Newman Club. JOHNSON. JUDY M.: University Choir, Alpha Lambda Delta. JOHNSON. KAREN L: English Club. JONES. KATHRYN A.: Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Bridle Brigade, Union Board. JONES, SHARON: Webster Hall—Treasurer, Ski Heilers, Young Republicans, Alpha Xi Delta—Treasurer. JUNGWIRTH. JEAN: Delta Zeta, Speech and Hearing Therapy Club. JUNION, MARY A. KALLAS, MARY A.: Kappa Delta Pi. KANT, JEAN: WRA, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Dorm Committees. KAPING, RUSSELL J. KARPINSKY. BARBARA: PEM Club, WRA, Chi Omega. KASMERCHEK, BETTY: Evans Hall—Vice-president. KASSILKE, ELLEN A.: Alpha Lambda Delta-President, Jr. Advisory, Wesley Foundation— Vice-president. President, Student Council for Exceptional Children, SNEA, Kappa Delta Pi. KASTELLO, KATHLEEN: AWS. SNEA. Phi Alpha Theta, Young Democrats. KASTEN, JUDITH: SNEA. KAY, BARBARA: Concert Band, Women's Chorus. KEENAN, LYNN M. KELLER, MARY: PEM Club. Gymnastics. KELLEY. KATHY: ASA—Secretary. KELROY, FREDERICK: The Skin of Our Teeth, '68 Prom Committee. KEMNITZ, PAM: Gamma Sigma Sigma—Social Chairman and First Vice-president. KENDALL, JEAN E.: Union Board Social Committee—Secretary, RA, Standards, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi, Advance—Advertising Manager. KERR. LILLIAN: House Management Committee. KING. CAROLYN: AWS, Golden Tridents, Girls Swim Team, KIPPENHAN. BARBARA A.: Standards, ASA. KITTS. JOAN. KLINK. DONNA: Kappa Delta Pi. KOELPlN, JUDITH E.: Lutheran Collegians, Student Speech and Hearing Association. KOHLER. JEAN M.: University Women's Choir. KOIWAI, APRIL S.: Competitive Swim Team— Captain, Interest Hockey Badminton, PEM Club. KONKLE. JOYCE M.: French Club. KONYN, MARY: RA, Public Relations Chairman, Delta Zeta—President. KOSTRZAK, ALAN Alpha Phi Omega. KOZLOWSKI, MARGARET A. KRAMER, KAREN J.: AWS. Chi Omega-Recommendations Chairman, Union Board, Ski Heilers, Young Republicans, Sailing Club. KRAUSE, KENNETH R.: Sigma Pi—Treasurer, Math Club—Treasurer, Phi Eta Sigma—Vice-president, Omicron Delta Kappa, O Club, Track, Cross Country. KREJCAREK, ROSE M.: Ski Heilers, Newman Club, 1968 Miss March, PEM Club. KRUEGER. ROYCE M.: Delta Omicron—First Vice-president. KRUGER, GAIL E.: PEM Club, RA. KUBAL, JANE E.: Chi Omega—Vice-president and Rush Chairman, Vacation and Alumni Chairman, SNEA—Secretary, Ski Heilers, AWS. KUETER. DENNIS F. KURCZEK, JOHN: Intramural Sports, Circle K. Newman Club, Economics Club, Pre-Law Society—Secretary, WRST University Radio Station. LADER, WILLIAM. LANE. CHERYL: PEM Club. SNEA. WRA, Sailing Club, Stewart Hall—Recreation Chairman, Social Chairman, Chi Omega—Pledge Trainer. LARSEN, PEGGY: Ski Heilers, Gamma Sigma Sigma. LARSON. CHERYL. LASSE, DONNA: Delta Tau Kappa—President, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship—Contact Chairman. LATHROP, SUSAN: Lutheran Collegians. LAUDER, DICK. LAWRENCE. LANA: Evans Hall—Vice-president. LEAHY, CHARLES: Concert Band, A Cappella Choir, Opera Workshop, Executive Alumni Secretary, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. LECHER, CONNIE: Psi Chi, RA, SGL—Building and Grounds Committee. LECLAIR, IRENE: Gamma Sigma Sigma, Student Spoech and Hearing Association, Sailing Club. LEKOVICH, PAT: Chi Omega, Speech and Hearing Therapy Club, Prom Committee. LIEFFRING, RICHARD LINCK. BONNIE: Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Tau Kappa. LIPTAK. JOYCE LLOYD, MARILYN: Alpha Xi Delta, Concert Band. LOEPER, HELEN: University Symphony, Concert Band, Women's Chorus, Delta Omicron —Secretary. LUCKHARDT, MARY: Alpha Phi, Union Board Social Committee. Stewart Hall—Secretary, Executive Board Hall Council, RA, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Co-chairman Homecoming '68. LUNDY. KATHLEEN D.: Delta Omicron—President, RA, Dorm—Vice-president (Taylor), Social Committee Chairman. MACEK, KRISTINE: Chi Omega—Social Chairman, Golden Tridents, Sailing Club, SNEA, Stewart Hall Social Committee, House Managements Committee. MACKIN, THOMAS: Band, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. MADDEN, JANE: PEM Club. MADIGAN, SHARON M.: PEM Club, WRA Interest Groups, WRA Board. MAHONY, DONALD J.: O Club—Vice-president, Football. MALICKI, RONALD.MALICKI, SANDRA: Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Delta Pi. MANN. BONITA R.: Kappa Delta Pi. MARTIN, JAMES C. MARTINSON, JOHN. MEVES, JANET: Titan Band, Concert Band, Orchestra, Academic and Cultural Committee of Stewart—Chairman, House Chairman. MEYER. JAMES S: Alpha Phi Omega—Treasurer, Membership Chairman. MICKEY, CHRISTINE: Le Circle Francais, Golden Tridents, Women's Swim Team. MIKULSKY, JUDY. MILLER, BARBARA A.: Bridle Brigade, Phi-lomathean, Phi Mu. Panhellenic, Stewart Hall Newspaper. MILLER, KRISTINE: Gamma Phi Beta—Vice-president. MILLER, SHIRLEY A.: Union Board. Kappa Delta Pi, English Club—Vice-president. MILLER. SUE: Delta Zeta. MINSLOFF, MARCY: RA, Titan Band, Women's Chorus. MITCHELL, KAREN Gamma Sigma Sigma, RA. Hall Council. MOORE. TOM: Geography Club. MOORE, PAT: SCEC, AWS, Chi Omega. MORANTY. PATRICIA J. AWS, Young Democrats, Newman Club—Newman Student Board, University Women's Chorus, Titan-ettes, Delta Zeta—Historian. MORTON, DAVID B.: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship—President. MORY, JANIS L. MOSER. SHARON. MUELLER, CHERYL L.: Delta Omicron—Sec-ond Vice-president and Secretary, Women's Chorus, Ski Heilers. MUELLER, MARILYN. MULTHAUF, PHYLLIS: Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. MUSHAK, SHARON: AWS, ASA. NAIDL, RICHARD V.: Kappa Delta Pi. NEBEL, VALERIE: Sailing Club—Secretary. NEUMAN, ALISON J. NICORA, TERRYL: Ski Club, Sailing Club. NITZBOND, LYNN C.: Gamma Sigma Sigma. NOLTEMEYER, LOIS: PEM Club. NUSS, BRADLEY W. NUSSBAUMER, SANDRA: Gamma Phi Beta. OAKES, DONNA. OGLE, NANCY: Delta Zeta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Songfest. O’NEIL, DIANE: Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Lutheran Student Association—Secretary, Treasurer, Interfaith Council—Secretary, Bridle Brigade. OPGENORTH, GERALDINE S.: AWS, Young Republicans, RA. PABIAN, JAMES. PAGE, BETTY J.: Alpha Lambda Delta. PAMPERIN, JANE. PAYNE, DIANNE: Alpha Phi, College, Dorm and Sorority 8owling Teams, RA. PETERSEN, KATHY: Philomathean-Founder, Phi Mu—Recording Secretary. PFEIFFER. LORRAINE K.: Standards, Orchesis, Interest Badminton, Intramural Volleyball, PEM Club. MATEYKA, GAIL: Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Tau Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi. MATZKE, BARBARA: Academic and Cultural Committee—Chairman. MAYER, JAMES Tau Kappa Epsilon—House Manager, Vice-president. McEATHRON, MARTIN S.: Phi Sigma Epsilon. MIA. McGOWAN, DOROTHY: Standards, PEM Club—Co-chairman, Interest and Intramural Sports. PILLS8URY, BARBARA. PIPER, GAYLE M.: Chi Omega—President, SGL, Dorm—Vice-president, United Council, Young Republicans. SNEA. PLUCKER. MARY M. POCHERT, LAURALYN. PRASSER. LYNNE: Golden Tridents. PRIEBE, SUSAN. RAETHER, JANET L.: Chi Omega, SNEA. RAFFAELE, MARIE A.: Orchesis. REABE, BONNIE J.: Ski Heilers, PEM Club, Golden Tridents—Vice-president. REINERT, MICHAEL H.: Intramural Basketball. REISINGER, MARY: Orchesis—Secretary. RHODE. BARBARA J.: University Symphony, Chamber Choir, Chamber Singers. Band, Alpha Phi, Panhellenic, Union Board Social Committee, Greek Week Co-Chairman, Homecoming Pageant Chairman. RISTOW, RUTH E. S. ROATE, BETH A.: Radford Hall—President. WIA—Vice-president, SNEA, Young Republicans. ROBINSON, DOLORES: Gamma Sigma Sigma, SNEA, Hall Council. ROEDER, MERRIE K.: Alpha Xi Delta—Pledge President, Pledge Trainer. House President, AWS, Publicity Committee of Union Board. SNEA. ROUNDS. MARY E.: Kappa Delta Pi. WRA. Dorm Committees. RUCKTENWALD, SUSAN: SNEA. Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Xi Delta. RUTZ. RUSSELL H.: Delta Chi. Young Republicans. SALATY, GARY: Young Democrats. SARGENT. THERESE: SNEA. SAUNDERS. CHARLEEN: Gamma Phi Beta. SCHAEFER. JEAN M. SCHAUB, ALICE: Taylor Hall—Vice-President, Speech Therapy Club. SCHELLPEPER, JUELLYN: Orchesis, Intramural Volleyball, Interest Field Hockey, Chi Omega —Vice-president. SCHENCK. JANICE: AWS, Delta Zeta. SCHINDEL, ANNA I.: SNEA, Gamma Sigma Sigma. SCHNELL. SANDRA M.: WRA—Secretary, PEM Club, Evans Recreation Secretary, WRA Intramural Basketball Chairman, Interest Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Intramural Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Bowling. SCHOENECK. ANN. SCHREIBER, LYNN K.: AWS, SNEA. SCHULTZ. JEFFREY L.: Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Young Democrats. SCHULTZ, PATRICIA G.: Advance Staff, PEM Club. SCHWALLER, GERALD T. SEBRANEK. JANE L.: English Club. SELBO. CHRISTINE. SELENSKE. BILL: Fletcher Hall—Treasurer. SELKE, RUTH A.: Gamma Sigma Sigma, Ski Heilers. SELLE. JEROLD T.: Geography Club—Publicity Chairman. Phi Alpha Theta. Delta Tau Kappa. SHAVER, MARY B.: Titan Band. University Women's Chorus, Delta Omicron—First Vice-president. SHOWERS, PAMELA: Resident Assistant. SIELAFF, SUSAN: Gamma Delta—Treasurer, Delta Zeta—Pledge President. SISSON. MARY A.: RA. Assistant Head Resident. SLATKY, SUE A.: SNEA, Intramural Volleyball. SMITH, BARBARA L.: Delta Zeta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Kappa Delta. SMITS, DIANE: Alpha Lambda Delta—Secretary. SNYDER, DIANE: PEM Club, Bowling League, WRA Sports. SOUSEK, PEGGY: Concert Band, Concert Choir, University Symphony, Chamber Singers, Alpha XI Delta, Delta Omicron, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Opera Workshop. SOWLLES. ANN. SPANG. NANETTA: SNEA. PEM Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Interest Track, Orchesis. STACY. DAVID L.: Circle K—President, VET's Club—Social Chairman, Corresponding Secretary and Vet's Digest Editor. STANULL, SUE. STEINER, RITA A. STEINHARDT. SUE: AWS, Band. STEINMETZ, PETER D.: ASA—Vice-President, Vet's Club. State Secretary WAWO. STENKLYFT, LINDA: Gamma Sigma Sigma— Second Vice-president. STEVENS, ANNA M.: Radford Newspaper and Social Committee. STEVENS, ROBERTA A. STICKFORD. JACKIE. STRAUSS, THOMAS G. STREET, CAROLE: Taylor Dorm Committees. STRENG. DONALD. STRYCHARSKE, ANNE: SNEA. STUCKEY, KATHY. STUEMPGES. KARLA: Alpha Lambda Delta, Scott Hall—President. SUPRISE, DIANE. SUSINA. NANCY: Gamma Sigma Sigma, SNEA, Interfaith, Lutheran Collegians, Sigma Omega Sigma. SWENSON. MARY A.: Young Republicans— Corresponding Secretary. SZYMANSKI, DIANE K.: Delta Zeta. SZYMANSKE, SUZANNE M.: Alpha Xi Delta. TACK, JAY R.: Vet's Club. Delta Chi—Pledge Counselor, Social Chairman, Geography Club. TERESINSKI, DAVID: All-Conference Football, All NAIA. TERONDE, CARLA: AWS. TEUMER, LINDA: SNEA, Kappa Delta Pi. THEISEN, JUDY: Webster Hall—Secretary and President, WIA—Secretary.THEISEN. LINDA: Newman Club. Spanish Club. THOMAS. LINDA. THUEMMLER. CAROL: University Choir, Chi Omega. TIMM. JUDY: Titan Band, Gamma Phi Beta— Secretary. Delta Chi Sweetheart. TIMPEL. DONALD G.; Alpha Phi Omega— Secretary and Treasurer. SNEA. TITZKOWSKI, JILL: SNEA, AWS. TOTERO, CAROL R.: Gamma Phi Beta— Activities Chairman, Standards Chairman, Pledge Trainer. TREML, CAROLE. TUCEK, DIXIE D. TUCKIS, SUE E. VAN HIMBERGEN. TIMOTHY G.: Silver Mike, Gruenhagen Hall Council, MIA—President, Ham Radio Club. VELLEMA, CLAIRE E.: Dorm Activities—ping pong, volleyball, formal, House Management Committee, UCCF. VENSKE. JACK E.: Delta Sigma Phi. VERHOVER, YVONNE: Kappa Delta Pi, RA. VIRLEE, THERESA: Recreation Chairman, Basketball. Volleyball, Dance Chairman, Orchesis, Judo. VOLLBRECHT, DALE: Gamma Sigma Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA. VOSS. ROSEMARY. WAGNER. JANI L. WAGNER, MOLLY: PEM Club. WALTERS. ROBERT J. JR.: Football, Phi Sigma Epsilon—Social Chairman, RA. Debate, Forensics. WAREHAM. NORALEE. WARTMAN, JOHN A.: Baseball. WEGGNER. DIANE L.: Titan Sailing Club, Spanish Club. WEHRLE, BARBARA J.: Delta Kappa Pi. WEINKAUF. LEE A. WEISS. WILLIAM R.: Math Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. WHITTLINGER, DAVID. WHYMS, KATHLEEN E.: Wesley Foundation. Gamma Sigma Sigma, AWS, Pre-Med Club— Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi. SNEA. WILDENBERG, CHERYL H.: Kappa Delta Pi. WILDENBERG, GLEN W. WILDES, ELLEN: Gamma Sigma Sigma. Donner Hall—Secretary. WILSON, ALICE J. WISE. SALLY: SNEA. WISNIEWSKI. JOANNE: Delta Zeta, Judicial Board President, Standards, RA, Panhellenic —Secretary, Miss Congeniality 1968. WITZEL. PATRICIA. WOIZESKI, KATHRYN S.: Speech and Hearing Therapy Club. WOLSKE. WILLIAM J.: SGL, Younq Republicans—Chairman, Program Chairman, Tri-Dorm Judicial Board, RA. WONDRA, CAROLYN: Delta Zeta—Scholarship Chairman, Panhellenic Council, SNEA, SCES, AWS. WYDEVEN, KENNETH L.: Newman Club. YOST, LINDA K.: Varsity Cheerleader. AWS— Publicity Chairman, Union Board, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Delta Tau Kappa. ZAHN, FAY: Ski Club. ZERWICK, HOLLY: Gamma Phi Beta. Panhellenic—Secretary. Ski Heilers, Women's Chorus, University Choir, Distaffs, Chamber Choir, Opera Workshop. ZIBELL, EVELYN L.: Orchesis, Young Republicans. ZIMDARS. MARSHA. ZIMMERMAN, STEPHEN J.: Intramurals, Phi Kappa Theta. ZOELLNER. SUE: Chi Omega, Union Board Social Committee, Panhellenic—President. ZUEGE, GAIL A.: SCEC. School of Business ANDERSON, THOMAS J.: Sigma Pi, Photo Club. BENTRAM, JOHN M.: Accounting Club, Society for Advancement of Management. BESTOR, WILLIAM E.: Union Board Program Committee, Sigma Pi, Accounting Club, Omi-cron Delta Kappa, Intramural Sports. BOEDER, CHARLOTTE: Gamma Sigma Sigma, Quiver, Accounting Club. BONACK. ROBERT J. BOSSENBROEK, DAVID P.: Young Republicans, Society for Advancement of Management. BRANTMIER, RICHARD: Accounting Club. BURROWS, THOMAS M.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, CALABRESA, DENNIS. CAVES, DONALD R.: Accounting Club. CONLIN, THOMAS J.: Vet's Club—Treasurer, Accounting Club. DAVIS, LORAYNE: Accounting Club. DEMASTER, GARY. DOAN. ALLEN D.: SAM, Intramural Baseball and Basketball. ECKERT. STEVEN H.: RA, Newman Club. EIDEN, MARTIN N. Ill: Delta Sigma Phi, Intramural Volleyball and Football, Fraternity Quarter Master. ELLIS, BRIAN. FACETTE, RICHARD: Varsity Football, Phi Sigma Epsilon, O Club—Secretary, Intramural Baseball and Water Basketball. FAIT, DENNIS E.: Sigma Pi—President, Student Government—Vice-president, Young Republicans. FIFAREK, GLENN G.: Accounting Club. FREER, JAMES: Sigma Tau Gamma, Accounting Club. Intramurals. GAECKE, ROBERT. GALASSIE, PHILIP A.. JR. GLEASON, JERRY P.: Intramural Sports. GREENWOOD, CHARLES: Sigma Phi Epsilon. Drama Club—Richard III, The Collection, Skin of Our Teeth. HAGLUND, THOMAS. HOKANSON, KRIS: East Hall—Chief Justice, Ski Heilers, Ski Patrol, MIA. HORNADAY, SUSAN E. HULL, LES. IBRAHIM, MOHAMOUD A. JANSSEN, RICHARD J.: Delta Chi, Society for Advancement of Management. JUDD, JAMES. KANTIN, G. LEE: Accounting Club. KANTIN, ROBERT F.: Tau Kappa Epsilon. KEMPFERT, HAROLD P.: Accounting Club, SAM, Lutheran Collegians, East Hall—Secretary-Treasurer. KOEHN, KENNETH M.: Alpha Phi Omega— Vice-Prnsident, Society for Advancement of Management, MIA Reporter—Assistant Editor. KONS, GARY: RA, Phi Sigma Epsilon. KOTSCHI, DAVID V.: Accounting Club. LAATSCH, DONALD. LOWELL, STEPHEN: Delta Sigma Phi. MACISAK, JOHN N.: Concert Band Symphony, Titan Marching Band, Pep Band. MALONE. MIKE: Basketball, Golf, O Club. MANTHEY. HOWARD T.: Baseball, O Club. MATRAVERS, JOHN: Alpha Phi Omega—Corresponding Secretary, SAM. MATSCHE, DAVID C.: Phi Eta Sigma, Accounting Club. McLAREN, VICKI: Cheerleader—Captain, Gamma Phi Beta—Public Relations Chairman, Scholarship Chairman. MILLER, JAMES G. MOEBIUS, FRANK R.: Titan Sailing Club-Treasurer. MOODIE, ROBERT D.: Accounting Club, Society for Advancement of Management. MUSCHINSKI, DAVID: Alpha Phi Omega. NEWCOMB, JON L.: Society for the Advancement of Management. NIGL, THOMAS R.: Intramurals, Accounting Club, Delta Tau Kappa, SAM. PARINS, DANIEL: Baseball. PETER, MICHAEL A.: RA, Young Republicans. PRESCOTT. GEORGE E.: Ski Heilers. Society for Advancement of Management. REITZ, JEROME R.: Vet's Club—President and Vice-president. RENS, CALVIN: Intramural Baseball and Volleyball, Judiciary Board, Society for Advancement of Management, Clemens Hall— Executive Council. RICH, DAVID: Judicial Board, Society for Advancement of Management, Intramural Sports RILEY, GARY D. ROSS. JAMES D.: RA. SCHEUER, JAMES J.: Accounting Club, Society for Advancement of Management. SCHMAELZLE, RICHARD: Ski Club. Sailing Club, Delta Chi—Rush Chairman and Treasurer. SENTZ, JEANETTE A. STACY, JOHN P. STEFFEN, JAMES: Sigma Phi Epsilon—Assistant Pledge Educator and Comptroller. STRONG, EDWARD P.: Society for Advancement of Management, Intramurals. STUBBS, GLENN: RA, Winter Carnival King '68, Society for Advancement of Management, Delta Sigma Phi—Athletic Director, Intramurals. ULLMAN, DENNIS: Intramural Sports, Karate Club, Accounting Club. VALITCHKA, THOMAS F.: Alpha Phi Omega, SAM—Vice-president, East Hall—Social-Recreation Chairman, Social Committee. VAN DYCK, RONALD Accounting Club. WAHOME, DASHON K. WAMAI, ADAMS T.: Soccer Team, International Relations Club. WASHKOVIAK, DAVID J.: Accounting Club, Society for Advancement of Management. WOLFGRAM, DIANE: AWS—Vice-president. ZIMMERMAN, EARL R.: Vet's Club—Vice president, Accounting Club, Society for Advancement of Management. ZITTLOW, KENNETH R.: Accounting Club. ZOPOLOS, JOHN C.: Society for Advancement of Management, Intramural Softball.ZUNKER. GARY A.: Nelson Hall—Judicial Boa rd. School of Letters and Science ABEL, MARY: ASA. AIELLO, SANDRA. ALGER. MARY JEAN: ADT-Chi. ALLEN. FLORENCE A.: Younq Republicans. AMATO. DOMINIC S.: Siqma Tau Gamma. 8AKER, ROGER H.: Wrestling. Phi Siqma Epsilon—Vice President. Pre Law Society. BANKS. RUTH D. BARLER. JOHN M.: Football, Economics Club. BAST. DAVID PAUL: Political Science Society. BAUMANN. BRUCE R. BEARDEN. LOUIS R.: Siqma Pi. IFC—Treasurer. Chairman of Constitution Committee and Code Book Committee (IFC). BIDLINGMAIER, ANDREW H. BINGEN. GRETCHEN CAROL: Sociology Club, AWS, Hall Council, Executive Board. BIRD, JAMES C. BLATTNER, JOHN R.: Siqma Pi, Intramurals, WSU-O Flying Club. BROWN, NANCY: Drama Club—Staqe Door Committee. Prom Committee. Songfest. BULEN, LINDA L.: Gamma Siqma Sigma. BYOM, LORETTA: Gamma Siqma Siqma—First Vice-President, AWS, Bridle Brigade, Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society. CAPELLE. JOHN. CARLONE, NORMA: Alpha Delta Theta— Pledge Mistress. Alpha Lambda Delta. CASE. CHARLES R. II: Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, University Choir, Russian Club, Ski Heilers. CAYTON, DAWN: Gamma Sigma Sigma. CHAMBERS. SUSAN. CHARLES. RICHARD: Track, Football. Intramural Basketball. CLIFFORD, KEN. CLOUSE. ROBERT DALE. CRAIG. JOHN S.: Phi Eta Sigma—Secretary. Math Club. CUMPS, KATHRYN. DAVIES. PAM: Gamma Phi Beta—Treasurer, Social Chairman. Panhellenic Delegate. DEAN. CATHY: Stewart Hall Social Committee, Delta Zeta—Publicity Chairman. DEBYL, DAVID. DEWANE, SHEILA: Delta Zeta—Social Chair-man, Rituals Chairman. DIFFOR, DAVID W. DIRKSE, JOHN P. Ill: Dormitory Executive Board. Intramural Football. Basketball. DITTMER, SUSAN. DOBRINSKI, JAMES: Hall Judicial Board. DOUBLE, RICHARD W.: Swimming—Captain. DRATH, DONALD. DROVER, JOHN: Economics Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. DUNN. JOHN F. DUSHENSKY. JEAN. EFFENHEIM, THOMAS: Varsity Swimming, O Club. Delta Chi—Treasurer. RA. EGGUM, GREGORY J.: Band. Clemens Hall Vice President, Sociology Club. EKVALL. NANCY: Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, Gamma Siqma Siqma. Younq Republicans—Recording Secretary, Titan Christian Fellowship, Taylor Hall—Academic and Cultural Committee. ELIASON, JEAN A.: Gamma Siqma Siqma. ERDMANN. RICHARD J.: Young Republicans. Dorm Chairman—Nelson and Gruenhagen, Political Science Society. ERICKSON. ED Phi Sigma Epsilon—Treasurer. Geology Club. ERNSTER, JOAN A. ESSLINGER. JILL: Phi Mu—Correspondence Secretary. EVERSON, R. TODD: Sigma Pi, ACS. EWALD, JUDY ELLEN: Math Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Gamma Delta. FORBES, CHERYL: Sonqfest, Prom Committee. Alpha Xi Delta. FOURNIER, PAMELA. FREDEN8ERG. MARCIA. FREY, KAREN. FRIESE, CLAUDIA: ASA, Delta Zeta, Donner Hall Vice-president, Standards—Head, WIA, RA. FURLONG, KAY: Gamma Siqma Sigma, Concert Choir. GAY, SHIRLEY. GIEGERICH, JAMES R.: Tau Kappa Epsilon. GITUKU. FREDERICK M.: African Students Union—Secretary, Soccer Team. International Relations Club. GOMAND, JULETTE. GOODRICH. FRANCES: Alpha Lambda Delta —Vice-president, Alpha Phi Gamma, Quiver —Copy Editor. Gamma Siqma Siqma, Staff Member Current Thought on Peace War. GRIFFITH, DAVID: Political Science Society. GROSSER. GLENN D. GUENTHER. KATHERINE: Sociology Club. GUSE, ELLEN: Alpha Phi, Head Resident. HABIGHORST, RICHARD G.: Wrestling. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Town Gown Usher. HAMMER, EILEEN: Advance-Titan-Editor for 2 yrs.. Y-GOP-Vice-president Public relations Chairman, Alpha Lambda Delta—Historian, Alpha Phi Gamma—Secretary. HANSEN. CAROLYN: Co-editor Evanite, Young Republicans. Advance—co-editor, Alpha Phi Gamma. Delta Tau Kappa—Secretary treasurer. Evans Hall—President, Secretary Model United Nations Coordinating Committee, Secretary General Model U.N. Special Committee Session. Member Model U.N. delegates to St. Louis, Who's Who in Colleges and Universities, WSU-O representative to Intercollegiate Leadership Institute. HANSEN. ROD L.: Breese Hall Judicial Board. HANSON, JENNIFER. HANTSCHEL. CHERYL. HAUBER. BRENDA SUE. HAWK, DAVID G. HAYES. JAMES: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sociology Club, RA, Intramurals. HEMBROOK, JOHN R. HENRICKSEN. THOMAS A.: Geology Club-Vice-president. HOLLOWAY, THOMAS: Young Republican Club. Vice-president of Students for Nixon Club. Political Science Society. HOWARD. KATHLEEN. HUMBRIGHT, THOMAS. IRWIN, JAMES K. JAHNS. ROLLAND: Cross Country. Track Cross Country—MVP. Co-capt«in, Younq Republicans—Treasurer, Vice-chairman, Phi Eta Sigma—President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Delta Tau Kappa, Honors Committee. JOHNSON. ANDREW. JOHNSTON. SHARON L. JORGENSEN. INGRID: Psychology Club. Click, AWS. KAPP, SUZANNE: Union Board—Social Committee, Delta Zeta—Recording Secretary, Activities Chairman. KENNEDY. PATRICIA A.: Gamma Sigma Sigma. KERCH. THERESA: ASA. KERKHOFF, JOHN. KIELICH, DONALD L.: Phi Sigma Epsilon, Intramurals. KING. KAY K. KLATT, DANIEL: Nelson Hall—Vice-president, Homecoming Chairman, Delta Chi—Vice-president, Interfraternity Council—Secretary and President. KLEMSTEIN, DALE ALAN: Tau Kappa Epsilon. KOCH. CHARLES R.: Alpha Kappa Lambda— Pledge trainer. KOEHLER. CALVIN. KORB. ROBERT R. KOUTNIK, BILL J.: Delta Chi. KROENING. ROY F.: American Chemical Society. Student Affiliate Vice-president and treasurer. KRUEGER. DARLENE: AWS, Donner Hall-Communication Committee. KRYKA, PATRICIA. KUHNS. LYNN: Ski Heilers. Advance-Titan advertising staff, Phi Mu. LEE. GARY E.: Advance-Titan—Business Manager, Sports writer. LINDEMER. MARILYN: Ski Heilers. LODES, MICHAEL: Delta Sigma Phi, Intramurals. LONGUA. RENEE L. LUEBCKE. HOLLY. LUX. PATRICIA E.: ASA, Delta Tau Kappa. MACDONALD. ANGUS: Telemachus Clay and Skin of Our Teeth. MANCINI, BARBARA: Chi Omega. MARCKS. THOMAS J.: Economics Society— Secretary. MAROHN, MARY JO: Gamma Phi Beta-Treasurer. MATHWIG. HERBERT JAMES: Sigma Pi, IFC, Union Board House Committee. MAURER, PETER. McConnell, james l. McGregor, kathryn. McMAHON, DAVID L.: Alpha Phi Omega. MARINI. MONICA: Gamma Sigma Sigma— Second Vice-president. MARSHALL, JAMES F.: Newman Club, Sigma Pi, Economics Society. MESSER, ROBERT: Delta Sigma Phi, Co-chairman of Winter Carnival, IFC, Town Gown Calendar Committee, Union Advisory Board, Six Characters in Search of an Author. 354MICHAELIS. PETER REX: Psi Chi, Alpha Kappa Delta, Tau Kappa Epsilon—Secretary. MIHAJLOV. THOMAS PAUL: Pre Law Society —President, Newman Club, Political Science Club, Young Republicans—Program Chairman, County Representative, Gruenhagen Hall Judicial Board, Model UN. MILLER, ROBERT A.: Tau Kappa Epsilon—Officer. Political Science Club. MOEBIUS, BARBARA: Titan Sailing Club. MOEN, ARTHUR J. JR.: Track, League Bowling. MONROE. MICHAEL H.: RA. MOORE, JUDITH A. MOORE, STEPHEN R.: Sigma Tau Gamma, Intramurals, RA, Political Science Society. MORTENSEN. MARY. MUELLER. KRIS: Sociology Club. MUINDE, SAMUEL S.: Pre-Med Club—President, International Relations Club—Treasurer, President, SGL, Canterbury Club. Human Rights Council. NAMETZ, GREG. NEIS, MARY M. NELSON. CHERYL: Young Republicans, Alpha Xi Delta. Panhellenic—Treasurer, Golden Tassel. Delta Tau Kappa. NELSON, FRAN: AWS, Gamma Phi Beta, Orch-esis. NELSON, LARRY. NEUENFELDT. KARL. NEUMAN. ROBERT J.: RA, Floor manager Lakeview Terrace, Sigma Phi Epsilon—Scholarship Chairman, Interfaith, Newman Club. NOVITSKI, ROBERT. NOWICKI. R08ERT: Sigma Phi Epsilon—Secretary. Drama. Concrete Underground Review—Editor. OWEN, KAY M.: AWS. Taylor Hall Council, Newman Club. PAITRICK, KAYE: Stewart Hall Council, Dorm Social Committee, Dean's List, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Songfest. PANKRATZ, JUDITH A.: Gamma Sigma Sigma —Historian. PAVLICHEK, TERRY D.: Ski Heilers. PELKOWSKI, CLAIR ANNETTfc: Delta Zeta— Chairman for entertainment of Rush, Director in Songfest. Rep. on Winter Carnival Court, "Spoon River Anthology"—Assistant director. "Under Milkwood", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Resounding Tinkle", "A Thousand Clowns”. PELOT, PATRICIA A.: Ski Heilers. Lakeview— Secretary, Treasurer, Evans Hall—Winter Games. PELZER. HUGO E.: Pre-Law Society, Political Science Society, Vets Club. PERRY, JAMES BRIAN: Chemistry Club, Pre-Med Club. PETUSHEK, JOANN: Delta Zeta, Ski Heilers. PHILLIPS, JAMES. PINGRY, JAMES: Band, Orchestra. POLLOCK. DAVID BRUCE: Sigma Phi Epsilon, One Act Plays. POYTHRESS, MARI ANN: Geology Club, Riding Club, Alpha Lambda Delta. PUESTOW, PETER: Football, Track, Sigma Tau Gamma. QUASIUS, DIANE LEE: Dramatics, Homecoming Committees, Ice Carnival Committees, "Silver Mike", Delta Zeta. Girl's Intramural Athletics. RADDATZ, DAVID. RATHER, JOHN R.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Omi-cron Delta Kappa, Titan Sailing Club—President. REDLIN, JUDITH: Sociology Club, Psychology Club, Alpha Kappa Delta. RA. RESHESKE, MAUREEN: AWS—Judicial Board, Ski Heilers, Sociology Club—Secretary, Young Republicans. RHODE, RICHARD J.: Young Republicans. RIEDL, MICHAEL J. ROESSLER ROBERT B. ROHRER, JAMES M.: Dance Band, Concert Band, Intramural Sports. ROSENBAUM, MARK KENNETH: Phi Sigma Epsilon—Corresponding Secretary. ROTHWELL, BRET G. RYF, MARY ELLEN: Concert Band, Gamma Phi Beta. SALETRI, JOHN: Football, Track. SANDERSON. ROBERT A.: Sailing Club, Anthropology Club. SCHEMBERA, WILLIAM A.: Gruenhagen Judicial Board, Pre Law Society—Vice-president. Young Republicans—Treasurer, Phi Alpha Theta, Political Science Society, Union Board —Program Committee. SCHICK, MARLENE: Dorm Treasurer. RA. SCHLAPMAN. SUSAN: Psychology Club. Don-ner Hall—Bowling Team, Academic Cultural Committee, Phi Mu—Assistant treasurer. Treasurer, Union Board—House Committee— Chairman. SCHMIDT. ROBERT L. SCHOLL, PETER J.: Track, Bowling, Cross Country. SCHRADER, DAVID BEREND. SCHROEDER, JAMES E.: Young Republicans, Public Relations Chairman. SCHROEPFER. THOMAS M.: SAM. Sigma Tau Gamma. SCHUH, JOHN H.: Assistant Head Resident, RA, MIA, Union Board, Intramural Sports. Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta. Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Tau Kappa, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. SCHULZ. JOHN: Track, Cross Country. SCHWANDT, BARBARA: Ski Heilers. SCHWANZ, CARL: Sailing Club. Karate Club. SCHWARTZ, JAMES. SEILER. JILL: Gruenhagen—Vice-president. Standards—Head, Gamma Phi Beta—House President. SERY, KATHY: Sociology Club—Secretary, SGL —Finance and Constitution Committee. Place Forum—Executive Committee. SKOW, GARY: Social Chairman. SMERLING. LARRY SMITHERS, CHARLES W.: ASA. STAEBEN, GARY. STANICH, ARLENE C. STARZINSKI, BARBARA. STEIN. TERRY MARK: Delta Sigma Phi—Recording Secretary, Sociology Club—Vice-president, Alpha Kappa Delta. STICKER, LANEA: Titan Band, Wesley Foundation—Worship and Deputations Chairman, "Playboy of the Western World", Amy Love-man Award, UCM Activities. STIEHR, JON FLORIAN. SUTTER. ANN E.: Union Board—Fine Arts Committee, Ski Heilers—Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary. Alpha Phi—Recording Secretary. TACHICK. JEROME F.: Geography Club, Young Republicans. Ski Heilers. TENGE, JACKIE: Sigma Tau Gamma. THIELE, MICHAEL: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. THOMPSON. JUDITH JANE. THOMPSON, MARY SUE. THORESEN. KRISTINE L. THORESON, DAVID: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ski Heilers. TIMM, SANDRA: Sailing Club, Phi Mu, Alpha Lembda Delta, Alpha Delta Theta, Titan Band, Concert Band. TOMCZAK. CYNTHIA M.: Delta Zeta—Social Chairman, SGL—Academic Affairs Committee. TORZALA, PAUL. TRESTER. CHARLES A. TRUSHINSKY. AL: Delta Chi. ULLENBRAUCK. ROBERT H.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. VANCE, TRUDI ANN: AWS—Recording Secretary, Gamma Phi Beta. VANDERPAS, DANIEL: Newman Club. VANDIEN. DIANE LOUISE. VANGROLL, PETER: RA. VOIGHT, JACK: Fletcher Hall—Social Cultural Chairman, Sigma Pi. WAGNER, BILL: Governor—Wisconsin-Upper Michigan, Circle K. WAGNER. CYNTHIA A.: Gamma Sigma Sigma. WALCH, ROBERT C.: ASA. WORCHOL, JAMES. WARD, TIMOTHY O.: Intramurals. Delta Sigma Phi—Officer, RA, Assistant Head Resident. WEBER. BRUCE DAVID: Delta Sigma Phi. WEDDE. KAREN LOUISE: Gamma Sigma Sigma. German Club, Ski Heilers. WELCH, PETER: Math Club—President. WERTHEIMER, JERRY: Tau Kappa Epsilon-House Manager, Inter-frat. President, Prom Decoration Co-Chairman. WHYMES, SHARON KAY: Gamma Phi Beta, Young Republicans. WILLIAMS, DIANE: SGL Class Representative, WIA—President, Taylor High House—President, Young Republicans, Model UN, Student of the Month. Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. WILSON. SCOTT L.: RA. WINKLER. DONALD LEE. WITTE, PATRICIA A. WOLFF, NANCY A.: Sociology Club. Delta Tau Kappa. Alpha Kappa Delta. Ski Heilers, RA. WOOD, JUDI: Gamma Sigma Sigma. WOODY, NANCY PEGEEN: Alpha Delta, Theta Chi—Vice-president YOUNG, JAMES A. YOUNG, REBECCA: Gamma Phi Beta, French Club. ZAKOS, RICHARD K.: Sigma Tau Gamma— President—Vice-president—Rush Chairman, SGL—Chairman. IFC—President-Secretary, Young Republicans, Pre law Society, Designed WSU-O Student of the Month program, Political Science Society—Treasurer. 355The Faculty GUILES ROGER E. (1959) 41. 201 8.Ed.. Wisconsin Stale University, Platteville Ph.M., Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin. President ABDEL-AAL, AHMED R. (1967) B. Com., Alexandria University; M.S.. University of Minnesota. Assistant Professor of Business Administration . . ABULHAGGAG. YOUSSEP (1968) B.S., Cairo University; Ph.D., University of London. Visiting Professor of Geography ADAMS, W. SAM (1968) B.Ed., University of Miami; M.A., Columbia University. Instructor, Testing AKIN, RONALD K. (1965) B.S.. Wisconsin State University, Oshkosh■ M.A., Northern Michigan University. Instructor of Physical Education ALLEN. HAYWARD f. (1967) B.A . M.A., University of Colorado. Instructor of English ANAND. AMARJIT S. (1967) DVM, Ponjab University-. M.%., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Biology ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. (1964) B.A., University of Minnesota; M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University. Professor of History ANDERSON, LAWRENCE C. (1967) B.S.. M.S.. St. Cloud State College,- Ed.D.. University of Idaho. Assistant Professor of Geography ANDERSON. MYRON L. (1967) B.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; M.S., Ed. D.. Indiana University. Assistant Professor of Education Chrmn. Elem. Education ANDERSON. WILLIAM H. (1966) A.A. North Park College,- M.S. Michigan State University. Instructor of Biology ANDREWS. RICHARD L. (1965) A. B. Knox College; M.S., University of Wis con sin. Instructor of Mathematics ANHALT, CAROL J. (1964) B. S., Winona State College; M.S., University of Oregon. Assistant Professor of Physical Education ARCHER, MARION G. (1963) B.A., University of Oregon; M.A., Columbia University. Assistant Professor of Library ARNOTT, ROBERT A. (1968) B.S., West Virginia University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Chemistry BALDWIN, JOHN (1968) B.M.E., University of Wichita,- M.M.E. Wichita State University. Instructor of Music BEALER, JAMES E. (1967) B.S., M.Ed., Pennsylvania State University Ph D., Michigan State University. Assistant Professor. Student Affairs Dean of Students BEAUMONT. ROGER A. (1968) B.S., M.S.. University of Wisconsin. Instructor of History BEBERFALL, LESTER (I960) 155 B.A., College of the City of New York; M.A., Ph.D., University of Michigan. Professor of Spanish BENGTSON, JOHN R. (1961) 225 B.A., Augustana College,- M.A., Ph.D., Stato University of Iowa. Professor of History Chairman-History BENNETT, ALVIN E. (1963) B.A., Ed., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh,- B.A., Art Ed., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Art BENNINGTON, NEVILLE L. (1968) A.B.. The College of Wooster; M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University. Professor of Biology Coordinator of Faculty Research 8 Programs SENSE. WALTER F. (1967) B.A.. University of Washington,- B.D., Western Baptist Seminary; Ph.D., Harvard University. Assistant Professor of Religion Chairman-Religion BERENS. ROBERT L. (1963) 232 A. B.. M.A., University of Missouri; Ph.D., University of Colorodo.- Certificat d'etudes francoises, Univ. of Lille France. Associate Professor French Chairman-Foreign Languages BERGE. DOUGLAS G. (1966) B. S., B.A., Mankato State College; Ph.D., State University of Iowa. Assistant Professor of Chemistry BERGE. RUTH ERTZ (1963) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Plaltevillo; M.S , Ph.D., State University of Iowa. Assistant Professor of Chemistry BERNER. ROBERT L. (1968) B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Washington. Associate Professor of English BERRY. REBECCA J. (1967) B.S., M.A., Ohio University. Instructor-Student Personnel BHATIA. SHYAM S. (1966) 8.Sc., B.A., M.A., Ponjab University; Ph.D., University of Kansas. Associate Professor of Geography BIDWELL, DWIGHT R. (1967) 8.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.S., Northern Illinois University. Instructor-Men s Physical Education BIERLY, CHARLES E. (1961) B.A., University of Washington; M.A., University of Chicago; Ph.D., University of Washington. Professor of English BISHOP. AVERYL (1962) B.A., M.A., State University of Iowa. Assistant Professor of English BLACK. BRUCE 8. (1963) B.S., M.S., Iowa State University. Assistant Professor of Psychology BLANCHARD. DAVID G. (1968) B.A., College of Wooster: M.A., Indiana University. Instructor in Economics BLANCHARD. JANET W. (1968) B.A., State College of Iowa, M.A., Indiana University. Instructor of Secondary Education BLASSINGAME. LURTON W. (1967) A. B., Harvard University; Ph.D., New York University. Assistant Professor of History Assistant Dean, Letters Science BOEING, RADFORD E. (1946) B. A., M.A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Coordinator of Advisement, Letters 8 Science BOLIN, ROBERT R. (1968) B.B.A., M.S.Ed., University of Wisconsin Division of Extended Services Coordinator of Credit Class Instruction BOLLOM. WILLIAM J. (1965) B. B.A., M.B.A., University of Wisconsin; C. P.A., Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Accounting BOOTH, BILL R. (1965) A. B., Eastern Kentucky State College; M.A., Ed.S., George Peabody College of Teachers. Assistant Professor of Art BOTHNER. GERALD L. (1959) B. S., University of Wisconsin; M.S., Baylor University. Assistant Professor of Biology BOURKE, LEON H. (1968) B.A., Sf. Anselm's College; M.A., Ph.D., Laval University. Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages BOWERS, JOHN J. (1968) B.S., M.S., University of Dayton. Instructor-Testing Research BOWMAN, DAVID L. (1954 ) 204 B.A., Colgate University; M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University. Professor of Education Dean, School of Education BOWMAN. MAX I. (1953) A.B., DePauw University; M.S., University of Illinois; Ph.D.. Indiana University. Professor of Chemistry BRAATZ. WERNER E. (1959) B.S.. Marquette University,- M.A., University of Wisconsin Assistant Professor of History BRADY. THOMAS A (1966) B.S., Northern Illinois University; M.S., M.F.A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Art BRANDT. MICHAEL J., JR. (1963) B.A., Milwaukee Slate Teachers College; M E., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; M.F.A., University of Wisconsin Associate Professor of Art BRANIGAN. RICHARD J. (1968) B.A . St. Johns University Assistant Director, Publications BREHM, JAMES M. (19661 B.Ph., Northland College; M.S., Stout State University. Instructor of Audio-Visual BRINKER. WILLIAM J. (1968) B.A., M.A., University of Michigan. Instructor of History BRISMASTER. ROBERT E. (1956) B.S., Wisconsin Slate University-Oshkosh; M.Ed., College of St. Thomas; M.A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Speech Director of Concert Series BRIWA, HELEN H. (1968) B.S., Skidmore College.- M.S., Smith College; Ph.D., Ohio Stole University. Associate Professor of Physical Education BROCK, KARL (1965) B.M., University of Kansas-, M.M., University of Wisconsin Assistant Professor of Music Director, Opera Theatre BROOKS, JOHN B. (1065) B.A.. University of New Hampshire; M.A., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Associate Professor of English Choirman-English BROWN, DENNIS J. (1967) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Whitewaler; M.A., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of English BRUYERE,DONALD E. (1964) 224 B A., M.A., Wayne State University; Ph.D., University of Michigan Professor of Geography Chairman-Geography BUCKLEY, RICHARD D. (1968) A. B., Grove City College M.Ed., Ed.D., University of Pittsburgh. Assistant Professor of Education BUCKSTAFF, RALPH N. (1958) Director of Buckstaff Observatory BUETTNER, WILLIS E. (1959) B. S., University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; M.M., Northwestern University. Assistant Professor of Music Supr.-Instrumental Teoching BURDICK, DONALD P. (1962) B.S., Northwestern University; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Speech BURR, JOHN R. (1964) B.A., University of Wisconsin; M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University. Professor of Philosophy Chairman-Philosophy BUSH. JARVIS E. (1962) B.A., M.A., Western Reserve University. Assistant Professor of English CAMPBELL, LARRY F. (1968) B.S., M.A., Ball State University; Ed.D., Indiana University. Assistant Professor of Education CARLSON, N. TOM (1967) B.A., M.A., Colorado State College; Ph.D., University of Iowa. Assistant Professor, Men's Physical Education CARPENTER. GERALD L. (1968) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor, Library CARSON, JOHN W. (1968) 8.A., University of Arkansas; M.A., Ph.D., University of Nebraska Associate Professor of History CARSTENS, PAUL W. (1967) B.S., Washington State University; M.A., Kent State University. Instructor of Foreign Languages CARTER, RUSSELL E. (1961) B.S., Eastern Illinois University; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers. Assistant Professor of Art CAUDLE, FREDERICK L. (1954) B.S., U.S. Naval Academy; M.S., University of Wisconsin; Ph.D., Ohio State University. Professor of Science CAUDLE, JEAN I. (1946) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; Ph.M., University of Wisconsin; Ed.D., Boston University. Professor of Education CECH. EUGENE J. (1963) B.A . University of California; M.Ed., Ph.D., Washington State University. Associate Professor of Psychology Director of Testing CHAFFIN, ROBERT J. (1966) B.A., Evansville College,- M.A., Indiana University. Assistant Professor of History CHANG, DAVID W. (I960) B.A., Southwestern College, Memphis; M.A., University of Minnesota; Ph.D., University of Illinois. Professor of Political Science CHECK. JOHN F. (1966) BE., Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point; M S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Professor of Educational Psychology CHIN. EDWARD (1968) B A., Columbia University; M.A., University of California-Los Angeles Instructor of English CHO, MINKYU (1965) BA. Occidental College.- M.A., University of Minnesota. Instructor of Political Science CLEARY. NELSON T. (1967) B.M., Oberlin College,- M A., University of Minnesota. Instructor of Music COG8ILL, NEIL (1968) B.A., Southern Illinois University; M.F.A., Ohio University. Assistant Professor of Art COHEN. SHERMAN S. (1967) L.L.M., New York University Graduate School of Low; L.L.B . Columbia University Low School; A.B., University of Rochester. Associate Professor of Business Admin-. islration COLE, L. JOHN (1963) B.A., University of New Mexico; M.A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of English COLLIER. C. PATRICK (1965) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point; M.A., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Mathematics CONNER, GEORGE (1964) B.A., Washington and Jefferson College; B.D., Louisville Presbyterian Seminary; M.Th., McCormick Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of History CONOVER, DAVID F. (1959) B.S., Penn State College.- M.S., University of Minnesota; Ph.D., Iowa State University Professor of Biology CONWAY. MARGARET I. (1968) B.A., University of Wisconsin,- M.A., University of Minnesota; M.A. Ed., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Lecturer, Sociology and Anthropology COOK, JAMES E. (1968) B.S., University of Wisconsin. Operations Manager, Union CORDERO. RONALD A. (1967) B.A., University of Pennsylvania; M.A.. University of Illinois. Instructor of Philosophy CORONER, JOHN D. (1968) B.A., Amherst College; M.A., Columbia University; CPA, New York. Assistant Professor of Accounting COX, VIRGINIA L. (1968) B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University; M.A., University of California-Los Angeles. Instructor of English CRANE, RONALD F. (1959) B.A., M.A., University of Chicago. Assistant Professor of English 356CRANE. VIRGINIA G. (1964) B.A.. King Colleges Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Associate Professor of History CRIMMINS, TIMOTHY F. (1966) B.S.. St. Johns University; M.S., Ph.D., Purdue University. Assistant Professor of Chemistry CROUSE. HAROLD D. (1964) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Educational Services Director, Extended Services CUNNINGHAM. THOMAS E. (1968) Pre-Med., John Carroll University; M.D., Stritch-Loyola University Medical School Associate Professor Physician-Student Health Services CURTIS. ALVIN J. (1964) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Platteville; M.S., University of Wisconsin; Ed.D., Colorado State College. Associate Professor of Music Assistant to Department chairman Director of Titan Bond CYRUS. RODNEY V. (1967) B.A., M.A., University of Michigan Assistant Professor of Biology DAHLKE. ANITA B. (1964) B.A.. University of Wisconsin; M.Ed., Ed.D., University of Florida. Assistant Professor-Student Affairs Director of Reading Center DANFIELD. RICHARD L. (1967) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Economics DARKEN. ARTHUR H. (1964) B.A.. Bates CollegeB.D., Union (N. Y.); Ph.D., Columbia University. Professor of International Studies Dean, School of Letters and Science DAVIES. JAMES M. (1964) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Head Swimming Coach; Tennis Coach DAVIS, ELEANOR M. (1968) B.S.J..Northwestern University,- M.A., University of Kansos. Instructor of Sociology DEASY. JOSEPH R. (1968) B S., Ed., Ohio University; M.A., Columbia University. Instructor, Men's Physical Education DeBARCZA. ALICE (195S) Studies at Polish Lycee and Queen's College, London. Instructor of German DeBOER. CARLA M. (1968) B.A.. University of Wisconsin; M.A., Cornell University. Instructor of Speech deHOYOS, RUBEN J. (1966) B.A.. Cologio del Salvador; M.A., Facullad de Filosofia. Instructor of Political Science DELK, ROBERT C. (I960) B.A., Miami University of Ohio,- M.A., Clark University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Professor of History DEMPSEY, RICHARD F. (1967) B.S., M.S., Northern Illinois University. Instructor of Mathematics DENNIS, ROGER P. (1952) A. B., St. Norbert College,- M.A., University of Wisconsin; Ph.D., Michigan State University. Professor of Music DEROZIER. DONALD B. (1967) B. S., St. Norbert College,- M.S., Marquetto University; Ph.D., University of Kansos. Lecturer in Psychology DeVRIES, TED D. (1968) B.A., Hope College; M.A., Ball Stole University; Ed.D.. Indiana University. Assistant Professor of Secondary Education DICKINSON, KEITH V. (1967) B.A., Coe College; M.A., University of Iowa. Instructor of History DICKMANN, LEONORE H. (1967) B.S., Milwaukee State Teachers College; M.E., Wisconsin State University,- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Elementary Education DIFANIS, ANITA (1966) B.A., Lewis College; M.A., Middlebury College; M.A., Michigan State University. Instructor of French DiSALVO. LET A P. (1967) B.A., Lawrenco University; B.S., Sponcerian College, M.A., Syracuse University; Ph.D., Denver University. Assistant Professor of English DIXON ROBINSON. ROY C. (1960) B.S., M.A., Wayne State University; Ph.D., University of Michigan. Professor of Psychology DOLLAR, THOMAS H. (1961) B.A., Eastern Michigan University; M.A., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of English DOMBROWSKI, MARK A. (1966) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosht M.S.L.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Library Science DOMRATH, RICHARD P. (1967) B.S., St. Norbert College-, M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa. Assistant Professor of Psychology DONHAUSER. PAUL S. (1965) B.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; M.S.. University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ph.D., University of Illinois. Associate Professor of Art DORSCH. HELEN E. (1966) 214 B.S.N. Ed., M S. Ed., Duquesne University; Ph.D., Ohio State University. Professor of Nursing Dean, School of Nursing DORSEY. RICHARD H. (1966) B.S., M.S.L.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Library DRECKTRAH, H. GENE (1966) B.S., Wisconsin State University-LoCrosse; M.S., Ph.D., Iowa State University. Assistant Professor of Biology DREWS, THOMAS C. (1968) B.S., Wisconsin Stale University-Oshkosh. Computer Center DUNCAN, JAMES F. (1930) A. B., Kalamazoo College,- M.A., Ph.D., University of Michigan. Professor of Physics Vice President-Business Affairs DUREN. ALICE (1955) BE.. Wisconsin State University-LaCrosse; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Education EBERDT. MARY G. (1965) B. S., Mt. Angel College,- M.Ed., University of Portland; Ph.D , University of Oregon. Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology EBERLY, CHARLES G. (1965) B.S., Bowling Green Stale University; M.S. Ed.. Syracuse University. Instructor-Student Personnel ECKSTEIN, NEIL T. (1966) B.A., St. Olaf College,- B.Th., Luther Theological Seminary; M A., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Associate Professor oI English EDELHEIT, JACOB J. (1959) B.S., M.A., New York University; L.L.B., Harvard University. Professor of Accounting Taxation EDGE. LOWELL H. (1966) M.S., Wisconsin State University-Platteville. Instructor of Engineering-Drawing. EIERMAN. TOM T. (1965) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Prolessor of Mathematics EIFERT. CARL A. (1968) B.A., Notre Dame University. Lecturer, Journalism ELLIS. ANNA JANE (1966) B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University; M.A., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Physical Education ELLIS, G. GORDON (1966) B.A., University of Northern Iowa; M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Counselor Education ENGELMANN, RUTH (1965) B.S., Teachers College, Columbia University; M.A., Newark State College. Instructor-Reading Center ENGLUND, PEARL K. (1965) B.A., University of Minnesota; "Ph.D., Northwestern University. Associate Professor of Anthropology ERIKSEN, MARY L. (1966) B.S., Kansas State University; M.A., Columbia University,- Ed.D., Wayne State University. Associate Professor of Music EVANS. JOHN H. (1961) B.S., Hamline University; M.A., University of California, Los Angeles. Assistant Professor of Astronomy EVANSON. RANDALL M. (1966) B.S.F.S., Georgetown University,- M.A., D B A.. George Washington University. Assistant Professor of Management EVENHUIS. FRANCIS D. (1963) B.A., Western Michigan University.- M.A Ph.D., State University of Iowa. Professor of English FEAGANS. JANET (1968) B.A.. University of Florida. Instructor of Political Science FENG. KUO AO (1967) B.S., Cheng Chung University,- M.A., Colorado State College-, Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Assistant Professor of Biology FERGUSON. ALFRED R. (1965) B.A., Friends University; M.A., Kansas Stote University. Instructor of English FIELD. ROBERT L. (1962) 205 B.S., Winona Stale College,- M.A., Ph.D.. University of Minnesota. Associate Professor of Education Coordinator of Academic Advisement, Secondary Education FILMER BENNETT, GORDON T. (I960) B.A.. M.A., University of British Columbia,-Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh. (Chief Clinical Psychologist-Winnebago State Hospital). Lecturer, Psychology FINE. D. EMERSON (1957) 222 A. B., Southwestern College, Kansas.- M.A. University of Minnesota. Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics FISCHER.CAROLYN A. (1968) B. A., M.A., Eastern Illinois State University. Instructor of English FISCHER. RAYMOND L. (1968) B.A., M.A., Eastern Illinois University; Ph.D. University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Speech FLAHERTY, DOUGLAS E. (1966) B.S., Merrimack College.- M.A., University of Massachusetts; M.F.A., University of Iowa. Instructor of English FLOETHER. GAIL D. (1966) B.A.E., Wisconsin Stale University-Oshkosh. M.S., University of Wisconsin. Fine Arts Director, Union FLOOD. JAMES J. (1965) B.S., M.S., Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire. Instructor of Physical Education Head Coach-Track, Cross Country FONSTAD. TODD A. (1966) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point; M.A., University of Oklahoma. Instructor of Geography FORMAN. ROBERT (1961) B.A., M.A., Ph D., University of Minnesota. Professor of Sociology and Anthropology FRANA. ADRIAN W. (1968) B.A., University of Northern Iowa,- M.A., University of Iowa. Instructor of Speech FRANKLAND. ELIZABETH M. (1961) B.E., Wisconsin Stote University-Stevens Point; M.A , University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Education FRAYNE. GEORGE M.. IV (1968) B.S., M.F.A., University of Michigan. Instructor of Art FREDERICK. TERRY (1966) B.S., M.S., Indiana University. Assistant Professor of Mathematics FREESE, THERON (1967) A. B.. AM., Ed.D., University of Southern California. Associate Professor of Education Associate Dean, School of Education FRENZEL. NORMAN J. (1959) B. S., Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point; M.A., University of Minnesota,- Ed.D., Colorado State College. Professor of Education FRISCH. NORMAN J. (1967) B.S., M.S., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Mathematics GADDINI, RUDY (1968) B.A., Michigan State University; M.A., University of Nebraska. Instructor of Physical Education GADE, EDWARD H. H., Ill (1966) B.A., Valparaiso University; M.S., Purdue University; Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh. Assistant Professor of Mathematics GADE. SANDRA A. (1966) B.S.. Valparaiso University,- Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh. Assistant Professor of Physics GAEDE. HERBERT L. (1957-1963) (1966) B.A., Valparaiso University,- M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University. Professor of Geography Special Assistant to the President CANGE. SAMUEL J. (1967) B.A . Pacific Lutheran University; M.A., Ed.D., University of Wyoming. Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology GARDNER. CHRISTINE L. (1966) 42 B.S., Northern Illinois University,- M.A., University of Illinois. Instructor oI Art GARDNER, MILTON K. (1962) B.F.A.. Ohio University; M.F.A., Cornell University. Assistant Professor of Art GEBHARDT. BRUCE (1968) A. B., Ripon College,- M.A., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Mathematics GERRITSEN. WILLIAM D. (1966) B. A.. Ohio State University; M.A., University of New Mexico. Instructor of Sociology and Anthropology GHEI, SOM N. (1968) B.A., Edwards College,- M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Associate Professor of Psychology GIBBS. RONALD K. (1966) B.S., M S., University of Wisconsin; Ed.D., Indiana University. Associate Professor of Education GILBERT. MARY R. (1967) B.A., Southeastern Louisiana College; M.A., Boston College. Instructor of English GILBERTSON. CARLYLE W. (1966) B.A., Luther College.- M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology GIRARD, FRANCIS G. (1968) B.F.A., Washington University, St. Louis; M.F.A , University of Illinois; Ed.D., Illinois State University. Assistant Professor of Art GLOFKA, PETER T. (1966) B.S., Penn State University,- M.S., St. Bonaventure University; Ed.D., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Counselor Education GLOYD ERNEST E (1968) B.Ed., Wisconsin State University-Whitewater; M S., Marquette University,- M.S., University oI Wisconsin. Instructor of Mathematics GOEHRS. WARREN J. (1947) B.A., Minnesota State College; St. Cloud, Minn.; M.A., Nwe York University; Dir. P.E., Indiana University. Associate Professor of Physical Education Director, Intramural Sports GOFF, CHARLES D. (1961) Ph.B., University of Wisconsin; M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University. Professor of Political Science GOLDINGER. MILTON (1963) B.A., M.A., University of Maryland; Ph.D., Ohio State University. Associate Professor of Philosophy GOLDTHWAITE. DANIEL T. (1968) B.S., Clarion State College,- M.Ed., Pennsylvania State College; Ph.D., Ohio State University. Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy GOTTSCHALK. JANE (1965) B.S., M.A.. Marquette University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of English GRAY, DORIS L. (1968) B.S., M.A.. Ed.D., Columbia University. Associate Professor of Special Education GREEN. DENNIS C. (1966) B.A., University of Pacific. Instructor of Philosophy GREGG. RICHARD N. (1968) B.F.A., M.F.A., Cranbrook Academy of Art. Lecturer in Art GREISCH. RICHARD G. (1964) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.A., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Geography GREISCHAR. ROBERT J. (1968) B.S., Purdue University; M.D., Marquette University. Assistant Professor Physician-Student Health Services 357GRESHOLDT, GARFIELD (1968) B S . M S.. Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Instructor in Student Personnel Foreign Student Adviser GREYMONT. SALLY J. (1967) B.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, M A., University of Arizona. Instructor of Foreign Languages GRIEB, KENNETH J. (1966) B.A.. M A , State University of New York, Ph 0., Indiana University. Assistant Professor of History CRINE. JAMES L. (1966) B.M.. Western Michigan University, M.S., Northwestern University. Instructor of Music GRUBERG. MARTIN (1963) 226 BA. City College of New York; Ph.D., Columbia University. Associate Professor of Politico! Science GRUBIDGE. DORLIS M. (1965) 154 B.A.. M.A., University of Washington. Instructor of Speech GRUENWALD. LEE J. (1965) B.S.. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, M.S.. University of Oregon. Instructor of Speech GUETHS. JAMES E. (1966) B.A.. Ripon College. M.S., Ph.D., University of Connecticut. Assistant Professor of Physics GUIANG. HONESTA (1968) B.S., University of the Philippines, M.A., University of St. Tom os; Ph.D., Syracuse University. Associate Professor of Education GUNDERSON. HARVEY S. (1968) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire, M.A., University of Kansas. Instructor of Mathematics GUNDERSON, SHERMAN E. (1946) Ph.B., Ripon College. M.A., Columbia University, Ph.D., State University of Iowa. Professor of Economics ..Vice President-Program Development and Staffing GUTIERREZ, NICANOR F. (1967) B.A., Loras College; M.A., University of Texas. Instructor of Geography GUTSCHOW, RONALD P. (1968) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin-Mil- waukee. Instructor of Mathematics HADLEY. CLAYTON M. (1958) B.S., M.S., University of Illinois. Assistant Prolessor of Education HALLE. MERLIN D. (1957) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkoshj M.S., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Mathematics HALPERT, HELEN V. (I960) 8.5., New York University, M.A., University of Maryland. Assistant Professor of Speech Director, Speech and Hearing Clinic HAMILTON, DOROTHY D. (1967) 8.5., Colorado State University: M.Ed., University of Nebraska. Assistant Professor of Secondary Education -HAMMES. RICHARD R. (1967) 205 B.S., Wisconsin State College, M woukee; M University of Wisconsm-Milwaukee, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison. Assistant Professor of Elementary Education Director, Campus School HAMMOND. L. KENNETH (1964) A. B., M.A., University of Georgia. Assistant Professor of English HANSEN. AUDREY B. (1967) B. A., M.A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor Director of Continuing Education for Women, Extended Services HANSEN. EDMUND (1963) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkoshj M.S., University of Konsos. Assistant Professor of Mathematics HARDMAN. DALE G. (1965) B.S., Brigham Young University, M.A., University ot Chicago, Ed.D., University oI Illinois. Associate Professor of Sociology HARRIMAN, NEIL A. (1964) B.A., Colorado College; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University. Assistant Professor of Biology HARRINGTON, RICHARD A. (1968) B.B.A., Wisconsin State University-Whitewater. Instructor of Accounting HARRIS. F CONLEY (1968) B.F.A.. University of Kansas; M.F.A University of Wisconsin Instructor of Art HARRISON, SAMUEL S. (1968) B S.. Allegheny College.- M.S Ph D University of North Dokota. Assistant Professor of Geology HART, JEANNINE (1963) B F A M.F.A University of Colorado. Assistant Professor of Art HARTIG. HUGO (1965) B A St. Olaf College M.A., University of Minnesota• Ph.D.. Washington State University. Associate Professor of English HARTIG. MARY B. (1968) BA Sf. Olaf College, M.S.. Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Instructor of Education HARYCKI. JOHN T. (1967) 8.S., Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire, M.A., University of Wisconsin, B.F.T., American Institute for Foreign Trade, Phoenix Instructor of Foreign Language HASSEL. BEVERLY $ (1965) B.M.. M.M.. University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Music HAUX. RAY (1966) B.M.. Bradley University, M.S., University of Missouri. Assistant Professor of Music Director, Collegium Musicium HAVENS. ROBERT I (1967) B A . M.A , Ph.D., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Counselor Education HAY DOCK. JAMES J. (1966) A. B.. University of North Carolina, M.A., Baylor University; Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Assistant Professor of English HEISE. ROBERT C. (1962) B. S.. M.S.. University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Speech HEJMANOWSKI. CHARLOTTE (1968) B.S.. Iowa State University, M.A., University of Illinois. Instructor-Student Services HELGERSON. AUGUST (1967) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire. Assistant Registrar Veterans Coordinator HiyQLD. ROGER J. (1967) B.S., Sf. Norberf College. MA.. Northern Michigc.' University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Education Exec. Sec., Fox Valley Curriculum Study Council; Coordinator of Extended Services, School of Education HERZING, THOMAS W. (1967) B.A . St. Johns University,- M.A.. Marquette University. Instructor of English HESS. TERRENCE J. (1966) B.A., Dana College, M.A., University o I Wisconsin. Instructor of Audio-Visual HEY. PHILLIP H. (1966) B.A., Monmouth College.- M.F.A., University of Iowa. Instructor of English HINKLE. E. DOUGLAS (1968) B.A., Bowling Green State University-, M.A., University ot Nebraska. Instructor of Geography HLUSAK. STEVE J., JR. (1967) B.S.. M.A., Bowling Green University. Instructor of Mathematics HOCHTRITT. DAVID E. (1967) B A.. Colorado State College, M . S . , University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Men's Physical Education HOCKING, THOMAS K., JR. (1965) B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University oI Wisconsin. Associate Professor, Counseling Psychology Director of University Counseling Center HODGE. DAVID W. (1964 B.A., M.A., Un versi’fy of Iowa. Instructor of Art HOFELDT, LARRY L. (1964) B.A., M.A., University of South Dakolo. Assistant Professor of Mathematics HOLMES, JOHN T. (1966) B A.E., M.Ed.. University of Florida. Instructor, Reading Clinic HOMANN. HAROLD W. (1964) B.S., Lawrence University, M.A. Western Michigan University, Ph.D., Ohio State University. Associate Professor of Speech Coordinator-Graduate Studies in Speech Coordinator, Speech and Hearing Program HORTON, E. GARNER (1964) B.A., Huron College. M.S,, University of South Dakota. Assistant Professor of Public Relations Coordinator, Public Information HOWARD DALE 8 (1966) B.S., University of Idaho; M.A., University of Oklahoma. Instructor of Geography HUBERTY. CARL J. (1965) B.S., Central State-Stevens Point, M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Mathematics HUGHES. KENNETH J. (1965) B.S., Carroll College.- Ph.D., Purdue University. Associate Professor of Chemistry Chairman-Chemistry HULL. R. WAYNE (1967) B.S.. Milton College; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Director of Placement HUMLEKER. ELLEN B. (1967) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Nursing HUNGATE. ROBERT P. (1965) 211 B.A., University ot Washington, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles. Professor of Finance Dean, School of Business Administration HUPPLER. DUDLEY (1966) B.A., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of English HURLBURT, JULIA K. (1967) B.S., Iowa State College, M.A., Ph.D., State University of Iowa. Associate Professor of Sociology-Anthropology HUTCHINSON. EARL J. (1946) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh, M.A., Lawrence University, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Professor of Education IVERSEN. LOTHAR I. (1963) B.A., University of Wisconsin, M.A., Ph.D., State University of Iowa. Professor of Finance JAMBUNATHAN. RAMANATHAN (1967) B.S., M.S., University of Madras, Indio, M.S., Ph.D., University of Minnesota Assistant Professor oI Physics and Astronomy JANUSEK, FRED C. (1968) B.S., Northern Illinois University, M.S., University of Iowa. Instructor of Mathematics JEFFERSON. ALFRED (1967) B.A., Amherst College, M.A., University of Minnesota. Instructor of English JERGENSON, LESLIE C. (1967) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point, M.A.. University of South Dakota. Instructor-Student Personnel JOHNSON, BARENT C. (1965) 222 B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University. Assistant Professor of Physics Chairman-Physics and Astronomy JOHNSON. GLENN (1964) B.A., Northern Michigan University, A.M., University of Michigan. Instructor of English JOHNSON, JAMES K. (1949) 205 B.E., Chicago Teachers College; M.A., Northwestern University. Associate Professor of Education Coordinator of Academic Advisement-Upper Elementary JOHNSON. PAUL R. (1966) B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, M.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Instructor of Geography JOHNSON, RANDALL K. (1968) B.A., M.S.E., University of Washington. Instructor of Urban Affairs JOHNSON, RICHARD E. (1968) B.S., M.A., Kent State University, Ph.D., University of Iowa, C.L.U. Associate Professor of Insurance and Finance JOHNSTON. SUZANNE M. (1968) B.A , The College of Wooster, M.A.T., Brown University. Instructor-Student Personnel JONES. NORMA L. (1968) BE., Wisconsin State University-Superior, M.A., University of Minnesota.- Ph.D., University of Michigan. JONES, NORRIS W. (1968) B.A., Carleton College, M.S., University of Minnesota,- Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Assistant Professor of Geology JORGENSON. DONALD D. (1964) 8.S.. Wisconsin State University-LaCrosse, M.A . University of Wisconsin, Ed.D., Michigan State University. Associate Professor of Student Services Registrar JOST, DONALD R (1968) B A.. M.A. Michigan State University Instructor-Student Personnel KANE, N. STEPHEN (1966) B.A , M A , Temple University. Instructor of History KARGES. BURTON E. (1934) 225 Ph.B., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Professor of Geology Chairman-Geology KARL. JOHN H. (1967) B S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology M S., Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy KASPAR. JOHN L. (1961) B A., M A , Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Biology KATES. LAWRENCE R. (1968) B.S., M.S., University of Colorado. Instructor of Philosophy KEEHAN, ROBERT M. (1968) B.S., University of Wisconsin. Computer Center KEEN. CARL L. (1963) B.A., M A., Ph.D., Michigan Slate University. Associate Professor of English KEMPF. THOMAS J. (1965) 204 B.A., University of Minnesota, B.S., Wisconsin Stole University-River Falls; M.A., Ed.D., Colorado Slate College. Associate Professor Chairman-Special Education Acting Chairman-Educational Psychology KESSMAN, MAURICE (1966) B.A., M.A., University of California, Ph.D., Indiana University. Associate Professor Director of Institutional Research KHAN, ZILLUR R. (1967) B.A., M.A.. L.L.B., Dacca University, Pakistan, M.A . Ph.D., Claremount Graduate School. Assistant Professor of Political Science KIEFERT, ROBERT M. (1968) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point; M S., University of North Dakota. Instructor of Sociology KILDAY, DOUGLAS R. (1963) B.A., M A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of English KILE. JACK E. (1966) B.S.Ed., Ashland College, Ohio, M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University. Assistant Professor of Speech KILPATRICK, FRANK G. (1966) B.A., University of Minnesota, M . S . , Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Instructor of Speech KIM, HOLIM (1967) B.J., University of Missouri, M.A., Cornell University. Instructor of Journalism KIM, YOUNG-1L (1968) B.A., M.A., Kyung-Pook Notional University, M.A., Los Angeies State College, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles. Assistant Professor of Geography KINDT, JOANN (1966) B.F.A., M.F.A., School of the Art Institute, Ph.D., Ohio State University. Assistant Professor of Art KINZIE. GLENN L. (1965) B.A., M.A., D.Ed., University of Nebraska. Associate Prolessor ot Education KIRCHHOFF, MARIBETH M. (1967) B.M., Lawrence University, M.M., American Conservatory of Music. Instructor of Music Director of Women's ChorusKITZMAN. ERIC W. (1955) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin; Ph.D., University of Iowa. Professor of Physical Education Director of Intercollegiate Athletics,-Golf Coach KLEMISH. JANICE J. (1964) B.M., Lawrence University; M.M., North• western University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Music KLICKA, JOHN J. (1962-1967) (1968) B.S., M.S., Northern Illinois University; Ph.D., University of Illinois. Associate Professor of Biology KLINE. FRANCES F. (1966) B.Ed., Wisconsin State University-LaCrosse; M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor Coordinator, Fox Valley Career and Resource Development KLINE. NED J. (1965) A. B., Hillsdale College; M.S., Ph.D., Purdue University. Associate Professor of Psychology KNIGHT. JUDITH M. (1968) B. S., Muskingum College.- B.S., Cornell University; M.S., Wayne Stole University. Instructor of Chemistry KOBOSKI, CAROLYN H. (1968) B.S., M.S., Wisconsin State University- Oshkosh. Instructor-Testing KOERWITZ, IRENE C. (1947) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Instructor of Library Science KOHL, DIANE M. 8.S., M.S., Wisconsin State University- Oshkosh. Instructor of Elementary Education KOHN. JAMES D. (1963) B.M.. M.M., Chicago Musical College, Ph.D., State University of Iowa. Associate Professor of Music Coordinator, Keyboard Music KOLL, PATRICIA J. (1968) B.S., University of Wisconsin; M.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Instructor of Secondary Education KORTGE. DEAN R. (1968) B.S., Eastern Oregon College; M.S., Wichita State University. Instructor of History KRAEMER, RUTH F. (1965) A. B., Doane College, B.S.L.S., University oI Denver,- M.S.. University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Library KRAMER. MAE S. (1968) B. S.. Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.S., Temple University. Instructor of Elementary Education KRUEGER, GERALD J. (1965) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.A., University of Denver. Instructor of Library KRUEGER, LAVERN E. (1966) B.S., Wisconsin Stale University-Whitewater; M.S.B.A., University of Denver. Assistant Professor of Accounting KUENZI, NORBERT J. (1964) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire; M.A., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Mathematics KUO ALEXANDER W. (1964) B.A., Knox College. M.F.A., University of I owo. Instructor of English KURATH, SHELDON F. (1965) B.S., M S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Chemistry LABERGE, GENE L. (1965) B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Geology LAEHN, JON E. (1968) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Assistant Recreation Director, Union LAINE, JOSEPH 8. (1963) B.A., Yankton College; M.A., University of South Dakota,- Ph.D., Northwestern University. Prolessor of Speech Chairman-Speech LAKIN, JIMMIE G. (1966) B.S., M.S., Oklahoma State University. Assistant Professor of Mathematics LANE, DOROTHY E. (1967) B.S., Duquesne University; M.S., Marquette University. Assistant Professor of Nursing LANE, ROBERT G. (1967) B.A., Son Fernando Valley State College; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Lecturer in Psychology LANGE. PATRICIA M. (1967) B.A.. Valparaiso University,- M.A., University of Michigan. Instructor of Geogrophy LARSON, ELIZABETH R. (1967) B.S., M.S., Western Reserve University. Assistant Professor of Nursing LARSON. STANLEY A. (1964) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire; M.A., University of Tennessee. Instructor of English LARSON. WILBUR S. (1963) B.S., Wisconsin State University-River Falls; M.S., Ph.D., University of Wyoming. Associate Professor of Chemistry LAUDON. THOMAS S. (1963) B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Associate Professor of Geology LAVENDA. NATHAN (1967) B.S., City College of New York; M.S., Ph.D., New York University. Assistant Professor of Biology LECK, GLORIANNE M. (1967) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Elementary Education LEE, H. SANG (1962) B.A., Elmhurst College.- M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Economics Chairman-Economics LEFFIN. WALTER W. (1968) B A.. Colorado Stote College.- M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Secondary Education LEFFIN. WILLIAM J. (1966) B.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Modison. Assistant Professor of Art LEHMAN. ARTHUR H. (1966) B.M., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor-Administration Director of Admissions LEIBLE, ARTHUR B. (1958) A. B., M.A., Indiona University; Ph.D., University of Missouri. Professor of English LEITH, JOHN DOUGLAS, JR. (1967) B. A., Lehigh University,- M.D., University of Pennsylvania,- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Biology LIECHTI, HARRIS N. (1968) BA, M.A., Ph.D.. University of Michigan Associate Professor of Speech LIECHTI, MARY E. (1968) B.A., M.A., University of Michigan. Instructor of English LINK. GLORIA (1959) Ph.B., M.A., Marquette University. Professor of Speech Director of Theatre LINK. RICHARD J. (1968) B.A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Director of Intercollegiate Athletics LINSLEY, HARLAN L. (1966) B.S., Iowa State University,- M.S., Ph.D., Purdue University. Assistant Professor of Psychology Director of Statistics Lab LINTON, STANLEY S. (1952) B.S., State College, Warrensburg, Mo.; M.M., Northwestern University.- Ed.D., Columbia University. Professor of Music Director-Music Education LIPPERT, DAVID J. (1966) BA.. M.A.. University of Wisconsin; Ph.D., Southern Illinois University. Assistant Professor of Journalism Acting Chairmon-Journolism LITTLEJOHN, CAROLYN E. (1967) B.S., M.S., Ohio State University. Instructor of Nursing LOPRESTI, VINCENT A. (1967) B.A., University of Pittsburgh; M.A., Marquette University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of English LOVELESS, RICHARD W. (1967) B.A., M.A., Ohio Stale University. Instructor of Sociology-Anthropology LOY, DAVID C. (1967) A.B., Colorado College; M.A., University of Kansas. Instructor of Economics LUCAS, JOHN F. (1965) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point; M.A., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Mathematics LYNCH, DANIEL O. (1967) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology LYONS, CHARLES R., SR. (1966) 215 A. B., Miami University,- M.D., Ohio State University. Professor Director of Health Services LYONS, RICHARD M. (1963) B. A., Brooklyn College; M.F.A., State University of Iowa. Assistant Professor of English MacINTYRE, JAMES M. (1964) A. B., M.A., University of Pittsburgh; Ph.D., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of English MADISON. THOMAS A. (1956) B A., University of Illinois,- B.D., McCormick Theological Seminary- M.A., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of English MADSON, WILLARD L. (1964) B. A., Sf O of College; Ph.D., Michigan State University. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Director of Medical Technology MAGNUSON. HAROLD M. (I960) BA.. M.A., University of Washington; A. G.S.D., Michigan State University. Assistant Professor of English MAGRUDER, MARY A. (1963) B. S., University of Colorado,- M.S., D.Ed., University of Oregon. Associate Professor of Physical Education MAHADEVA, BANI (1968) B.A., University of Lucknow, India; M.A., University of Delhi; Ph.D., University of Bombay. Associate Professor, Sociology-Anthropology MAHADEVA, NARAYANAN (1968) B.Sc., M.A., M.Sc., University of Madras, India; Ph.D., University of California at Los Angeles. Associate Professor of Biology MAHMOUD, IBRYHIM Y. (1963) B.S., Arkansas A. and M. College; M.A., University of Arkansas; Ph.D., University of Oklahoma. Professor of Biology MALUEG, LENORE E. (I9S8) A.B.. Lawrence University. A . B . L . S . A. M.L.S., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Library Science MARTIN. DOROTHY E. (1946), B. S., Southwest Missouri State College; M.A., Colorado Stote College. Associate Professor of English MARTIN. EILEEN M. (1968) B.S., Rosary College,- M.A., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Speech MATTOX. PAUL R. (1968). B.A., California Stale College, Los Angeles; M.A., Stole University of Iowa; Ph.D., University of Southern California. Assistant Professor of Speech Director of Forensics MAURER. W. SUE (1968) B.S., Eastern Illinois University; M.E., University of Illinois. Instructor of Elementary Education MAYER. MARY J. (1968) B.S., M.S.N., Marquette University -Assistant Professor of Nursing. MAZZA. JOSEPH M. (1964) B.S., M.A., Marquette University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Speech Coordinator of Rhetoric and Public Address and Speech Fundamentals McANDREW. JOHN P. (1966) M.D.. University of Nebraska.- Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin. Psychiatrist-Student Services McCALL, JOHN J. (1965) M S., M.A., Bradley University; Ph.D., Florida Slate University. Associate Professor of English McCANN. LEE I. (1966) B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Iowa State University. Assistant Professor of Psychology McConnell, steve b. (1967) B.A., Park College,- M.A., University of Missouri. Instructor of Sociology-Anthropology . Me HUGH. MARVIS (1966) A. B., Hunter College. M.A.. Columbia University. Assistant Professor of English McKEAG. ROBERT A. (1966) 8.S., M.S., Winona State College. Assistant Professor of Secondary Education McKEE. JAMES WALKER (1965) B. S., M.S., Ph D., Louisiana Stote University Assistant Professor of Geology Director. Limnology Laboratory McKEE. JAMES WILLIS (1968) B.A., M.A., Michigan State University. Coordinator of Programs for Culturally Distinct Group McKENZIE, HARVEY C. (1968) B.A.. M.A . University of Wisconsin,- Ph D University of Colorado. Professor of Mathematics Mcknight, brian k. (1966) B.A., University of Wisconsin,- M.S.. Oregon State University. Instructor of Geology mcpherson. heather a. (1968) B.F.A., Michigan Stote University; M.F.A Cranbrook Academy of Art Instructor of Art MEEKER. MICHAEL R. (1968) 8 A.. M.A . Son Jose State College,- Ph.D., University of Californio-Santa Barbara. Assistant Professor of Psychology MELIN. DAVID L. (1967) B.S., Northern Michigan University. Director of Computer Center MELKA, ROBERT L. (1965) B.S.F.S., School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University,- M.A., Georgetown University; Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Assistant Professor of History MENGELING, MARVIN E. (1966) B.A., Rockford College. M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of English MERKER, BERTHA (1939) 204 B.S.. Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.A., Columbia University. Associate Professor of Education Coordinator of Academic Advisement-Lower Elementary MEYER, BENJAMIN S. (1968) B.A., City College of New York. Instructor of Economics MEYER. FREDERICK T. (1967) B.S., St. Joseph's College.- M.S.. Indiana University. Instructor-Student Personnel MEYER. JOHN H. (1967) B.S., M.B.A., Bradley University. Instructor of Business Administration MEYER, MARILYN M. (1968) B.S., University of Wisconsin; M.A., Syracuse University; Ed.D., Michigan State University. Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology MEZZANO. JOSEPH (1966) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Superior M.A., Ed.D., Michigan State University. Assistant Professor of Counselor Education MILLER. DEAN F. (1968) B.S., Wheaton College. M.S., Indiana University; Dir. H S, H.S.D., Indiana University. Assistant Professor of Physical Education MILLER, MARCIA K. (1967) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of English MINNEAR, EVELYN J. (1968) A. B. Albion College.- M.S., Northwestern University. Instructor of Biology MINNEAR. JOHN M. (1966) B. A., M.A , Baylor University. Instructor of Music Coordinator-Music History MITCHELL, MILTON E. (1968) B.A., University of Wisconsin; M.A L.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Instructor of Library MITCHELL, MILTON G. (1967) B.S.. M S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Economics MOEDE, DEAN C. (1966) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Assistant Program Director, Union MOEN, RONALD D. (1967) B.A , State College of Iowa; M.S.. University of Missouri. Instructor of Mathematics 359MOLANDER. J. DAIE (1966) 210 B.S., M.B.A.. Northwestern University, D B A., University of Washington Assistant Professor of Marketing Chairman-Marketing-Finance MOLDENHAUER. JANET E. (1966) B.S., University of Illinois;. M.S., Southern Illinois University. Assistant Professor of Physical Education MONROE. H. VIRGINIA (1968) B.A , M.A.. Ph.D.. University of Iowa. Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology MOOK, JOHN R. (19S0) B.A , Ball State.- M.A . Lawrence University, Ph.D.. University of Chicago. Professor of Education MOORE. WINSTON D (1968) B.A., M.A., Washington State University. Instructor of Anthropology MORRIS, WILLIAM H (1963) B.A., Iowa State Teachers College; M.A., State College of Iowa. Assistant Professor of Education MOSER HARRIET T. (1968) B.S.. Oshkosh State Teachers College; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Biology MUHICH. JAMES (1962) B.S.. University of Minnesota; M.A., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Mathematics MUNDT. FREDERICK J. C. (I96S) B.S.. M.S.L.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Audio-Visual Chairman-Audio-Visual MYERS. WILLIAM A. (1967) B.M.. Boston University,- M.S., Hartt College of Music,- M.M.. Yale University. Assistant Professor of Music NASGOWITZ. MILDRED (1948) B.S Universitty of Wisconsin-Mi(waukee M.Ed., University of Colorado Assistant Professor of Education NAUERT. JERRY F. (1968) B S.. M.E.. University of Missouri Instructor of Physical Education NAUMANN. RICHARD (1963) B.S.. University of Wisconsin-Milwoukee. Assistant Director, Union NEBEL. E JOYCE (1967 B.S.. Wisconsin Stato University-Oshkosh, M.S.. Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of English NEICE THOMAS E. (1962) B.S., Western Illinois University; M.S., Ed.D., University of Illinois. Professor of Music Coordinator of Instrumental Music NELSON. JEAN C. (1968) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Director of Alumni Affairs NELSON. ROBERTA J. (1964 ) 210 B.B.A.. M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Professor of Industrial Relations Chairman-Management NELSON. RUTH P. (1956) B.S., University of Wisconsin, M.S., Smith College Assistant Professor of Sociology Associate Dean of Students NETZEL, RICHARD G. (I960) B.S., M.S.. Ph.D . University of Wisconsin. Professor of Physics Assistant Vice President-Program Development Staffing NETZER. DONALD (1963) Ph.B , University of Wisconsin, M.A., Ph.D., University of Illinois. Professor of Geography NEWCOMER. LEE N. (1960) A. B., DePauw University; M.A., Ohio State University.- Ph.D., Columbia University. Professor of History NOYES. EDWARD (1956) B. Sc.Ed.. M.A Ph.D . Ohio State University Professor of History OBI. JUSTIN M. (1968) B $., University of London, M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Chemistry O'BRIEN. ELAINE (1962) B.S., Minot State College, M.A., Colorado State Col ege. Assistant Professor of Education OCHS. GEORGE M. (1964) B.A., Grinned College, M.A., University of Michigan; Ph.D.. University of Illinois. Associate Professor of History O CONNOR. PATRICIA T. (1965) B.S.. Texas Woman's College, M.A. Colorado State College. Ph.D., Texas Woman's College. Associate Professor of Physical Education O HALLORAN. PATRICK D. (1966) B.A , Colorado State College.- M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Physical Education Wrestling Coach OLIVARES. TERESA E. (1967) B.S.. D.V.M., University of Chile, M.A., Michigan State University, Ph.D., University of Paris. Instructor of Foreign Language OLSON. DAVID B. (1968) B.A . Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire, M.A , University of Washington. Instructor of English OLSON. GERALD J. (1957) BE. Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point. M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Education Associate Registrar ORR. RICHARD B (19631 B.A., Earlham College-, M.A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of History OSBORN RICHARD W. (1957) B.F.A., M.F.A., Art Institute of Chicago. Assistant Professor of Art OSTENDORF. HARRY (1964) A 8.. Central College, M.A., State University of Iowa. Assistant Professor of Accounting OVERTON. ELIZABETH L. (1956) B.S.. Wisconsin Stale University-Oshkosh, M.Ed., University of Colorado. Assistant Professor of Education PABLEY. JAG MOHAN S. (1966) B.A., Hindu College University of Delhi, M.B A . DB A . George Washington Washington University. Assistant Professor of Marketing PAGE. DAVID M. (1967) 8.5.. Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire, M.A . Bowling Green University. Instructor of Mathematics PARKER. WATSON (1965) A. B., University of Chicago, B.S., Corned University, M.A., PhD., University of Oklahoma. Associate Prolessor oI History PARSON, DONALD R. (1967) 8 $., Hanover College.- M.S., H.S.D., Indiana University. Associate Professor of Secondary Education PATTERSON, BRAXTON I. (1967) B. S., M.A , Bradley University-, Ph.D., Michigan State University Assistant Professor of Economics PAULSON, WAYNE C. (1968) 8 A Luther College. M.A., University of North Carolina Instructor of Sociology-Anthropology PEARSON, ROGER L. (1968) B.S., Knox College. M.S., University of Nebraska. Instructor of Sociology PEEKNA, ANDRES (1968) BM.E. Cooper Union School of Engineering, M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Physics PEGIS, PAUL (1962) Ph.B., Marquette University, M.A., Western Reserve University. Assistant Professor of English PENCE, LOIS M. (1968) B.A , Marquette university, M.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Instructor of Elementary Education PENNISTON, KENNETH (1968) B.S , Wisconsin State Umversity-Platteville. Computer Center PENSIS, HENRI B. (1965) 8.5., M.M., Northwestern University. Assistant Professor of Music PERTSCH, REIMAR (1968) Ph.D., Christion-Albrechts University, Kiel, Germany. Assistant Professor of Geography PETERSON, STANLEY G. (1968) B.A.. M.A., University of Iowa. Director, News Bureau PEW. FLORINE (1957) B.S.. Ohio University. MM Northwestern University. Assistant Professor of Music Coordinator. Elementary Music Education PHIPPS. GERALDINE M (1968) B.S.. M A . University of Pennsylvania Instructor of History PICHT, DOUGLAS R (1968) 8 S.. University of Illinois. M A.. Ph.D . University of Minnesota. Assistant Professor-Administration Assistant to the Vice President-Business Affairs PICKERING. ROBERT S (1965) 8.5., Wisconsin State University-LoCrosse M.A , Michigan State University. Assistant Professor of Elementary Education PIPER, V. JOSEPH (1961) B.A., Manchester College.- M.S., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Mathematics PLETT, SARA F. (1967) AB. . Tabor College,- B.S., University of Minnesota. M S., University of California Assistant Professor of Nursing POLLNOW. GILBERT F. (1961) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh, M. S., Ph.D., State University of Iowa. Professor of Chemistry PORTER. HAROLD B (1964) B.M.E.. College of Emporia.- MA . DMA University of Arizona. Associate Professor of Music Coordinator-Vocal Music PORTER. ROBERT B. (1967) BA.. Colgate University, M.A.. Syracuse University. Director of Development PRIELIPP. ROBERT M. (1967) 8.5., Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point, M.S., University of Illinois, Ph.D., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Mathematics PROCHNOW. JUDITH A. (1966) B.M., M M., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Music PROPP. JACOB H. (1968) B.S., University of Colorado; M.S., University of Minnesota. Ph.D., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Chemistry.. PRUETER. BRUCE A. (1968) B.S., Indiana University-, M.S., University of Illinois. Instructor of Music PRUETT, ROBERT E (1966) 8.5., University oI Notre Dame, M.A . Northern Illinois University Instructor of Speech PRYBYLOWSKI, FLORENCE (1966) B.S.. Wisconsin Slate University-LoCrosse. M S., University of Michigan, Ph.D., Colorado State College. Associate Professor of Physical Education PYLE. EVERETT G (1946) B Ed.. Western Illinois University, M.A.. Ph.D., University of Iowa. Professor of English Dean-Graduate School RAAB, JOSEPH A. (1960) B.S.. Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh, M.S., University of Illinois, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Mathematics RAAF. DANIEL M (1967) B.A., University of Wisconsin, M.S., Columbia University, Ph.D., Brown University. Associate Professor of Economics RABY.WILLIAM H . JR. (1968) B.S.Ed.. M.Ed., Ed.D., University oI Missouri. Assistant Professor of Education RADELL. JEFFREY L. (1964) B.A. University of Sofia, M.A., University of Pons, M.A., Indiana University, Ph.D. University of Pans. Associate Professor of Political Science RADTKE. GEORGE W. (1968) B.S., L.L.B., J.D., University of Wisconsin. Lecturer in Political Science RAMSDEN, RAYMOND J. (1941) B.A . M A , University of Wisconsin, Ph.D., Ohio State University. Professor of Philosophy Vice President-Academic Affairs RANDERSON, SHERMAN (1966) B.S., St Norbert College, M.S., University of Detroit, M.S . Ph.D., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Biology RAO, K. S. NARAYANA (1966) B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 8.S., M.A . Ph.D., Ohio State University. Associate Professor of Special Education REESE. FRED ).. JR. B.A.. Ohio Wesleyan University. BS., M.A , Ph.D., Ohio State University. Associate Professor of Special Education REMENDER PETER A (1966) B S., M A , Central Michigan University. Instructor of Sociology-Anthropology RESURRECCION JOSEFINA R. (1968) B.Ed., National University, M.A.. National College of Education, Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Assistant Professor of Elementary Education REVIE. CHARLES R (1968) 8.B A.. MBA . University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Business Administration RICHARDSON P. DANIEL f 1962) B.S.. Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh, M S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Mathematics RIGNEY, MARY M (1968) B.S.. Northwest Missouri State; M.S.. Ph.D., University of Missouri Assistant Professor of Biology RILEY, BRYAN M. (1965) B A. M.A.. Creighton University, Ph.D. The Sorbonne. Associate Professor of English RISACHER. JOANNE (1966) A. B . St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, M.S., Indiana University. Instructor-Student Personnel RITSEMA. ALBERT H. (1968) B A . Colvin College. M.A., University of Michigan, Ed.D.. Michigan State University. Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology ROBBINS GEORGE (1968) B. A., M.A., University ol Michigon. Instructor of Political Science ROCK DOROTHY K. (1968) B S.N E., M S., Marquette University Assistant Professor of Nursing ROGERS. SHIRLEY (1959) B S . M A.. University of Wisconsin, M.A., Northwestern University. Assistant Professor of English RONEY. PHYLLIS (1959) B S.. Illinois State Normal University, M.A., Stote University of Iowa.- Ph.D., University of Oregon Professor of Physical Education Chairman-Women's Physical Education ROTH, DAVID F. (1968) 8 A.. Claremont Men's College, M.A., Son Francisco State College, PhD., Claremont Graduate School. Assistant Professor of Political Science ROUF. MOHAMMED A. (1964) 8 S. Honors, M.S., University of Dacca, East Pakistan M A., University of Californio, Ph.D Washington Stole University Associate Professor of Biology ROUND, HAROLD L. (1966) A. B., Ph.D.. Johns Hopkins University Assistant Professor of English ROY. ANJISHNU (1966) B. A. Honors. M.A , Patna University, India Assistant Professor of English ROY. M. SUZANNE (1965) B.M., M.M., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Music; Assistant Director, Opera Workshop RUCINSKI. PHILIP R. (1965) 8S. Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point. M.S . University of Wisconsin, Ed.D., Indiana University Associate Professor of Educational Psychology RUDANS. ERIKS P. (1968) B.S., M.S., M.F.A. University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor-Audio Visual RUSSELL. ROBERT W. (1967) B.A., Ohio University, M.A., Ph.D., The Fletcher School. Assistant Professor ol Polilical Science SANDERS. WILLIAM C. (1968) 8 A . Wesleyan University, M.A., University of Connecticut. Instructor of Foreign Language SARMA, KATTAMURI S. (1968) B.A., Andhra University, M.A., Delhi University. Instructor of Economics SAROUIS, JERRY L. (1968) B.S., Fresno State College, M.S., University of California. Instructor of Chemistry SCHAEFER. JOHN E. (1966) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Gymnastics Coach 360SCHAPSMEIER FREDERICK H. (1965) B.S., Concordia Teachers College; M.S., University of Omoho.- Ph.D., University of Southern California. Associate Professor of History SCHIMKE. JEAN G. (1968) B S., Minot State College; M.A . Colorado State College. Instructor of Speech SCHIMKE, MILTON M (1966) B.S., Minot State College M.A.. Ed.D., Colorado Stole College. Assistant Professor of Music Coordinator, Graduate Music SCHMELTER. RAYMOND C. (1959) B.S.. Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Education SCHMIDT, MARTIN E. (1966) B.S., M.A , Kent State University; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Assistant Professor of History SCHMITT, CHARLES J. (1968) B.A Montana State University; M.A., M.F.A , University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Speech SCHMITZ. EUGENIA E. (1968) A B.. Western Michigan University: B.S.L.S., College of St. Catherine; A.M.L.S., Ph.D., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Library Science Chairman, Library Science SCHNIER. RONALD R. (1968) B S.. University of Nebraska; M.A., Ph D ., University of Wyoming. Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology SCHUELER. ROBERT H. (1968) B.S., Purdue University; MB.A., Harvard University. Assistant Professor of Accounting SCHUETZ. GORDON A. (1968) B.S., Marquette University; M.S., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Instructor in Special Education SCHUMACHER, RICHARD F. (1964) B.S., Wisconsin Stale University-Oshkosh; M.A., Colorado State College. Instructor of Physical Education Assistant Director-Intramural Sports SCHWARTZ, EDWARD L. (1958) B.S . M S., Ph.D , University of Wisconsin. Professor of Biology Chairman, Biology SCHWERTFEGER, MERLIN H. (1963) B.S., Wisconsin Stole University-Oshkosh; M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Professor of Biology ROBERT L. SCOTT (1968) B.S., Ed.M., Ed.D., University of Nebraska. Assistant Professor-Student Affairs Associate Dean of Students SCOTT. ROBERT W. (1965) B.S., Ed., Kent Stole University; M.A., Western Reserve University. Instructor of Speech SCOVILLE, WILBER (1962) A. B., AM., Colorado State College; Ph.D., University of Denver Associate Professor of Psychology SEEBURGER. RUTH A. (1968) B. M.E., Michigan State University; M.M., Northwestern University. Instructor of Music SEGNITZ, BARBARA ). B.A., M.A., University of Iowa. Lecturer in English SEGNITZ. THOMAS M. (1967) 8.A., M.A., University of Iowa Instructor of English SEMMELMANN, FRANZ R. (1967) D.Sc., Johann Wolfgang Goethe University. Assistant Professor of Geography SERWE, NORMA J. (1968) B.A., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.A., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of English SHALOFF, STANLEY (1964) A. B., City College of New York; M.A., Ph.D. Northwestern University. Assistant Professor of History SHANNY, ROBERT F. (1968) B. A., M.A., U-iw York University. Instructor o: Mathematics SHAPIRO, JACOB (1956) B.S., University of Maine; M.S., Ph.D., Syracuse University. Professor of Biology SHAW, JOHN G. (1967) B.S., University of Wisconsin; M.S., University of Notre Dome. Instructor of Mathematics SHEA, JERRY M. (1963) B.S., Kent State University; A.M.L.S.. University of Michigon. Instructor of Library Science SHERIFF, WILLIAM E. (1962) B.A , M.A., University of Kansas City. Assistant Professor of English SHEWMAKE, ANTOINETTE C. (1967) B.A . License en Droit, Algiers University; M.A., North Texas State University. Instructor of Foreign Language SIEBER, GEORGE W. (1962) B.A., Carroll College; M.S., University of Wisconsin; Ph D. State University of Iowa. Professor of History SKAIFE. AUDREY M. (1966) B.A., University of Saskatchewan; M.A. Ph.D., University of Oregon. Assistant Professor of Psychology SLOEY, WILLIAM E. (1963) B.S . Wisconsin State University-Oshkoshr M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Biology SMITH, MERILYN R. (1966) B.A., Concordia,- M.F.A., M.A., University of Iowa. Instructor of Art SMITH. WILLARD E. (1966) B.A . M.A., Ph D., University of Nebraska. Associate Professor of Political Science SMITHERS, CAROLE L. (1968) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.A., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Foreign Language SMOKER PAUL A (1968) B.M.. M.A . M.F.A., University of Iowa. Instructor of Music SNIFFEN. BARBARA G. (1965) B.A., University of Montana; M.A., Tulane University. Assistant Professor of History SNIFFEN. JOHN K. (1966) B.F.A . Pratt Institute; M.F.A., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Art SNYDER. LEE R. (1967) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Computer Center SNYDER, ROBERT L. (1964) B.A., Wartburg College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa. Professor of Speech Coordinator of Radio and TV SOIKA. GEORGE R. (1959) B.A . Birmingham-Southern College; M.A., Ph.D., George Peabody College. Professor of Psychology Chairman, Psychology SOMMERFIELD, NADINE N. (1963) B A., University of Colorado,- M.A., University of Oregon. Instructor-Student Personnel SOMMERFIELD. RICHARD H. (1959) B.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,- M.S., Indiana University. Director of Reeve Memorial Union and Campus Food Service SOSINSKE. ADRIENNE A. (1964) B.A , Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh,- M.A., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Library SPARKS. NELLIE E. (1962) B.S., M.S., Illinois Slate Normal University. Assistant Professor of Physical Education SPITLER. MAURICE A. (1967) B.A., M.Ed., Duquesne University. Director of Financial Aids SPRAGENS. WILLIAM C. (1967) A. B., M.A., University of Kentucky; Ph.D., Michigan State University. Assistant Professor of Political Science STAHL, EARL, JR. (1965) B. M.Ed., Indiana University; M.S., Ohio University; Ph.D., Ohio State University. Associate Professor of Counselor Education and Personnel Services STARR, JOSEPH (1965) B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Trinity College, Dublin. Instructor of History STEALEY, GEORGE M. (1968) B.A., M.A., Murray State College. Instructor of Speech STEINBRECHER, MILDA M. (1966} B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Speech STENERSON, ROBERT E. (1967) B.S., Central Slate Teachers College; M.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. Assistant Professor of Secondary Education STEPHENS JAMES W. (1967) B.A.. M.A., University of Kentucky,- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of English STERN. CLARENCE A. (1965} A. B. Eastern Michigan University; M.A., Wayne Stole University; Ph.D., University of Nebraska. Associate Professor of History STEUERWALD, ERLA A. (1965} B A., M.A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Biology STOLTMANN. GEORGE H. (1968) B A.. M.A . U.C.L.A. Instructor of Geography STOLTMANN. GISELA M. (1968) B. A., M.A., San Francisco State College. Instructor of Secondary Education STONE, JOHN H. (1966) B.A., M.A., Illinois State University. Instructor of Spanish STORY. JOHN N. (1968) B.A., M.A., Case Western Reserve University. Instructor of Economics STROHMEYER. DAVID L. (1967) B.S., M.S., Iowa State University; Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Assistant Professor of Biology SUHM STEPHEN J. (1968) B.S., University oI Wisconsin; M.A., Ed.D., Colorado Slate College. Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology SULLIVAN. JEFFREY P. (1967) B.S., M.S., Eastern Illinois University. Instructor-Student Personnel SWANSON, SEVER IN A. (1967) B.A., University of Florida,- M.A., Seton Hall University. Instructor of Foreign Languages SWARTZBERG, LEON, JR. (1967) B.A.. City College, New York; M.A., Columbia U uversily Instructor of Sociology-Anthropology SWIHART. ROY L. (1967) B.S., Manchester College; M.A,, Ed.D., Ball State University. Assistant Professor of Secondary Education TALLEY, KATHRYN S. (1968) A B., Morehead Slate University; M.A., Ph.D., University of New Mexico. Assistant Professor of Elementary Education TATE. MARJORIE B. (1966) B.S., University of Minnesota,- M.A., Columbia University,- Ph.D., University of Iowa. Associate Professor of Physical Education TAYLOR, JOHN T. (1936) A. B., James Milliken University; M.A., University of Illinois; Ph.D., Columbia University. Professor of English TERESINSKI, SALLY S. (1964) B. S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.S.L.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Library TEWS. LEONARD L. (1964) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.A., Indiana University,- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Biology THEDINGA, E. O. (1936) B.A. Ripon College, M.A., University of Chicago,- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Professor of History Vice President-Student Affairs THOMPSON. CLAUD (1964) B.S., Wisconsin Slate University-Oshkosh; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Education THOMPSON. PHILLIP J. (1961} 8.S., Wisconsin State Universily-Plalteville,-M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Mathematics THRALL. ESTHER (1964) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Education TIEDEMANN, RUSSELL G (1965} B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh,-M.S., Colorado State College. Instructor of Physical Education Baseball Coach TIFT, RICHARD L. (1968) B.A.. Alma College; M.A., Michigan State University. Assistant Director of Financial Aids TOLAND. ELIZABETH S. (1951) R.N., St. Francis School of Nursing,- B.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Health Education University Nurse TOMAN. ANNA B. (1967) B.S., Oshkosh State Teachers College; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Elementary Education TOROK. ANDREW (1968) M S., Stanford University M.A., University of Minnesota. Instructor of German TOROW, WILLIAM L. (1961) B. Sc. Ed., Ohio State University; A.A.S., Rochester Institute of Technology; M.A., Kent State University. Assistant Professor of Art TURZENSKI, RICHARD J. (1964) B.E., Wisconsin State Universily-Steveni Point; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Student Services Director of Placement TUSKEN. LEWIS W. (1966} B.A., University of Wisconsin-, M.A., Ph. D., University of Colorado Assistant Professor of German UNGER. JAMES W. (1952) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point; M.M., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Professor of Biology UTECH, FRANKLIN R. (1967) B.A.E., School of the Art Institute of Chicago,- M.S., Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology,- Ed.D., Illinois Stale University. Assistant Professor of Art UTKE. ALLEN R. (1964) B.S., Augustana College.- Ph.D., Stale University of Iowa. Assistant Professor of Chemistry VALITCHKA, MATTHEW J. (1967) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh; M.S., University of Wisconsin. Division of Extended Services VAN OSS, JEANNE A. (1968) 8.S., Fontbo’we College; M S., University of Notre Dame. Assistant Professor of Mathematics VEIDEMANIS. JURIS (1964) B A., University of North Dakota,- M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Associate Professor of Sociology-Anthropology VINCENT. ROSE S. (1968) B.S., Dakota Wesleyan University,- M.A.L.S., M.A., University of Michigan. Instructor of Library Science VOILS. DON L. (1966) B.S.Ed., University of Nebraska,- M.S., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Mathematics VUCHICH. MILLAN I. (1964) B.A.. M.A., Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh. Associate Professor of Economics Chairman-Urban Affairs VUCHICH. OLGA V. (1966) B.A., M.A., University of Pittsburgh. Instructor of Russian VUNOVICH. NANCY W. (1966) B.A., Tulsa University; M.A., Kansas City University,- Ph D., Kansas University. Assistant Professor of Speech WAHOSKI HELEN I. (1946) B.A., Ripon College,- B.S.L.S., University of Wisconsin; A.M.L.S., University of Michigan. Associate Prolessor of Library Science Head Librarian WALLACE IRVING H. (1962) B.B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Associate Professor of Management WALLACE. WAYNE W. (1963) B.A., Hastings College,- M.A., University of South Dakota. Assistant Professor of Mathematics WALSH. JUSTIN E. (1964) B.S., M.A., Marquette University; Ph.D., Indiana University. Professor of History WANKE. WAYNE D. (1968) B.S., Beloit College; M.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Instructor of Anthropology WASSER, LLOYD, JR. (1947) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh Instructor of Education WATKINS, DWIGHT G. (1966) B.A., M.A., Ed.D., University of Cincinnati. Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology 361WATKINS. ELIZABETH A. (19661 B.A., M.A., Ed.D., University of Cincinnati. Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology WATSON. JAMES (1966) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. M.S., University of Wisconsin. Instructor of Education WATRY. ROSEMARY J. (1968) B.S.N., Alvemo College; M.S.N.. Catholic University. Assistant Professor of Nursing WEBER, ROBERT C. (1967) B.S., State College of Slippery Rock.- M.A Miami University. Instructor of English WEHNER. FREDA (1953) B.S., Wisconsin Slate University-Oshkosh, M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Education WEIDEMANN, DAVID W. (1966) B.S., M.S.t Wisconsin State University Oshkosh. Assistant Director of Administration WEISS, MARJORIE B (1968) A. 8.. Smith College; M.A.. Columbia University. Instructor of Physical Education WEISSE. EDWARD B (1966) B. S., Ball Stole University, M.A., Catholic University of AmericaEd.D., Indiana University. Associate Professor of Education Chairman-Secondary Education WEIST. ELIZABETH M. B.A., Washington Slate University M.A . Mills College,- Ph.D., University of Michigan. Associate Professor of English WELDON. WILLIAM (1967) B.S., M.A., University of North Dakota. Instructor of English WENNER, MANFRED W. (1966) 3. A., Oberlin College. M.A., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins College. Assistant Professor of Political Science . Chairman-International Studies WENTORF. DOROTHY A. (1968) B.S., Northwestern University; M.B.A., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Management WHITE. ROBERT E. (1964) B.A., Muskingum College,- M.Ed., Kent State University; PhD., Ohio State University. Professor of Physical Education Advance Titan, 244-245 Alpha Delta Theta Chi, 248 Alpha Kappa Lambda, 272-273 Alpha Phi. 274-275 Alpha Phi Omega, 278-277 Alpha Xi Delta. 278-279 Amateur Radio Club, 259 Associated Women Students, 248 Baseball, 190-191 Basketball. 174-177 Breese Hall, 308 Bridle Brigade, 248 Chi Omega, 280-281 Christian Science Organization, 249 Aanonsen, Gerald A. Wittenberg. Wis. Abel. Mary E. 309 Milwaukee. Wis. Abbott, Ernest M. Racine, Wis. Abel. Sheila M. Appleton, Wis. Abel, Wayne William 301 Beloit, Wis. Abhold. Jerry F. Neenah, Wis. Abitz, Donna J. Appleton, Wis. Abler, Suzanne L. Milwaukee, Wis. Abraham, Jane E. Fremont, Wis. Abrahamson. Sonja L. Waukesha, Wis. Abram, Andrew W. Jr, Pittsburgh, Pa. Abraham, James G. Ripon, Wis. Abramson. Francine L. Chicago, III. Abshire. Janet L. Wauwatosa. Wis. Accetta. Anthony J. Whitfish Bay Wis. Chairman-Men's Physical Education Head Basketball Cooch WHITE. ROBERT W. (1963) B.S., Wisconsin State Univorsity-Plattevillo; M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Professor of Physics WHITE. SHIRLEY M. (1964) B.S., Muskingum College} M.A., Ohio Stole University. Instructor of Physical Education WHITE. THOMAS E. (1962) BA., Western Michigan University M.A., University of Chicago. Assistant Professor of History WHITING, THEODORE R. (1966) 8.4., State College of Iowa; M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa. Associate Professor of Special Education WIDERGREN. JOHN F. (1966) B.A., Beloit College,- M.A., State University of Iowa; Ed.D., University of Wyoming. Assistant Professor Director-Summer Sessions Assistant to Vice President-Academic Affairs WIEK, KLAUS D. (1968) D.Sc.. Free University. Berlin. Assistant Professor of Geography WILLERS. WILLIAM B. (1966) B.A., University of Maine; M.S., University of Michigan; Ph.D., Colorado State University. Assistant Professor of Biology WILLIAMS. VERA E. (1962) B.S., Wisconsin State University- LaCrosso; M.A., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Physical Education WILLIAMS. SHIRLEY S. (1966) B.S., Jackson State College; M.A., George Peabody University. Assistant Professor of Education WILLIS. GEORGE L. (1966) 226 A. B., Indiana University,- M.A., University of North Carolina-, Ph.D., Indiana University. Associate Professor of Political Science Chairman-Political Science WILLMINGTON. S. CLAY (1966) B. S., University of Wisconsin M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University. Associate Professor of Speech Coordinator of Speech Education WILLMORE. FLOYD E. (1964) B.S., Brigham Young Universityj M.A., Student University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of Mathematics WILSON, CHARLES C. (1966) B.A., Nebraska State College; M.A., Ed D. University of Nebraska. Associate Professor of Educational Psychology WIREMAN MICHAEL S. (1967) B.A., M.A., University of Chicago. Instructor of Sociology-Anthropology WISE. BRUCE (1967) A. B., Wayne State University M.A., D.M.A., University of Michigan. Associate Professor of Music Coordinator of Theory and Composition WISE. JUDITH E. (1967) B. A., M.A., Western Michigan University. Instructor-Student Personnel WOLFF. HARRY L. (1964) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkoshj M.A., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Mathematics WOMASKI. ANTHONY J. (1946) B.S., Wisconsin State University-Oshkosht M.A., University of Iowa. Assistant Professor of Physics WONDERS. ROBERT J. (1946) A. B., Northern Michigan College M.A., University of Michigan M.S., University of Illinois. Associate Professor of Mathematics Chairman-Mathematics WOOD, CLIFFORD (1962) 4.8., M.A., University of Illinois. Assistant Professor of English WOOLSEY, JAMES W. (1966) B. S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Speech WORDEN, ALLEN J. (1968) B.S., Wisconsin State University-LaCrosse M.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Assistant Registrar WRIGHT, DAVID L. (1967) A. B., M.A., PhD.. University of California at Los Angeles. Assistant Professor of Biology WU. KUANG-MING (1968) B. S., 5.T.M., Ph.D., Yale University. Assistant Professor of Philosophy YATES, SAMUEL A. (1968) B.A., East Corolina University,- M.F.A., Index Ahlers. Elizabeth D. Green Bay, Wis. Ahmann, Barbara M. Elmhurst, III. Ahrens. Dawn M. Oshkosh, Wis. Aiello. Marcia E. Delavan, Wis. Back. Barbara A. Milwaukee. Wis. Aiello, Sandra J. 309 Brookfield. Wis. Ailts. Christine T. Manitowoc. Wis. Aitts. Gerritt M. 287 Lake Bluff. III. Airis, Mary E. 294 Eau Claire. Wis. Airoldi, Patricia M. Milwaukee. Wis. Ajer, Sherry L Madison, Wis. Akin. Ronald K. Oshkosh. Wis. Albashian. Carla R. Omro. Wis. Alberti. Carl T. Milwaukee. Wis. Albertin, Jane Sherbcvgan, Wis. University of North Carolina. Instructor of Art YOUNG. RUSSELL K. (1959) 38 B.S.. Wisconsin State University-Platteville M.S., University of Wisconsin Assistant Professor of Physical Education ZACHER, LEROY L. (1967) B.S. Wisconsin State University-Plotteville M.S., Stout Sfote University. Instructor of Photography ZAHALKA, DONALD W. (1954) B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Journalism Director-Publications ZEBIAN. GEORGE J. (1967) A. B., Muhlenberg College; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages ZEFF. DAVID J. (1956) B. A., B.S., Music, University of Minnesota; M.M., University of Wisconsin. Assistant Professor of Music ZEMECKAS. KASYS J (1961) A. B., Teachers College of Siauliai; M.A., University of Vilnius,- Ph.D., University of Tubingen. Professor of Economics ZIMNY. LEONARD F. (1968) 210 B. S.C., Loyola University; M.S., Loyola University Instructor of Business Administration Coordinator-Business Administration ZORR. WILLIAM G (1966) 211 B.A., Augustana College M.B.A., North• esfern University. Assistant Professor of Accounting Chairman-Accounting R.O.T.C. CAPT. JOHN L. BENNETT MAJ. CORDON G. CORCORAN SSG. WILLIAM C. HOLCOMBE CAPT. RONALD R. JACOBS SFC. ROBERT A. LINZING SSG. GEORGE W. SENSKE LT. COL. RICHARD B. SHERWOOD Sweethearts, 304 Swimming, 180-181 Tau Kappa Epsilon, 302 Taylor Hall. 320-321 Tennis, IP8 Town Club, 247 Track. 184-187 Tridents, 255 Vets Club. 288-287 Webster Hall, 322-323 Women's Interhall Association, 284 Women's Recreation Association, 194-195 Wrestling. 178-179 Albertin. Mary P. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Albertin. Susan 248. 323 Waukesha. Wis. Alberts, Luann B. Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Alberts. Richard H. Appleton. Wis. Albertz. Michael R. Green Bay. Wis. Albrecht. Sheryl A. Neenah. Wism Albrecht, Mary K. Kenosha. Wis. Albrecht. Frederick G. Oshkosh, Wis. Albrecht. Rene S. Crystal Lake, III. Alderton, Frances I. Neenah, Wis. Aldinger. Helmut W. Milwaukee. Wis. Aldrich, Lawrence R. Princeton. Wis. Alexander. Martha Downingtown, Pa. Alexander. Richard B. Hinsdale. III. Achen. James C. Whitewater, Wis. Achtman, Lynn M. Brookfield. Wis. Ackerman. Joyce T. Skokie, ill. Ackerman, Mary J. Kewaunee, Wis. Ackerman. Sara J. Algoma, Wis. Ackley. Diane E. Madison, Wis. Adams, Alice M. Pt Wash., Wis. Adams, Barbara A. Milwaukee. Wis. Adams. Bonnie D. Oshkosh, Wis. Adams, Clarice Jean Wabeno. Wis. Adams, Craig S. Elm Grove, Wis. Adams, Dorothy B. Mayville. Wis. Adams. George H. Berlin, Wis. Adams, Kenneth F. Racine, Wis. Adams, Lois R. Oshkosh. Wis. Adams. Marya B. Racine. Wis. Adams. Nanci Lee 281 Green Bay. Wis. Adams. Peter N. 218 Marinette. Wis. Adams. Sonya I. Oshkosh. Wis. Adams. Timothy L. Oshkosh. Wis. Adiemian. Royal J. 314 Racine. Wis. Adrian. Michael J. Wauwatosa, Wis. Adsitt, Allan I. Fond Du Lac, Wis. Aeby. Albert T. Weyauwega, Wis. Affeld. Judith M. Hartford, Wis. Agen, Robert J. Appleton, Wis. Aggen. Philip E. Tigerton. Wis. Agronin, Paul L. Appleton, Wis. Ahern, Ann E. Skokie. III. Ahlbom, Ethel D. Oshkosh, Wis. Organizations Circle K. 250 Cross Country, 172-173 Delta Chi. 282-283 Delta Omicron, 249 Delta Sigma Phi, 284-285 Delta Tau Kappa, 251 Delta Zeta, 2.6-287 Donner Hall, 309 Economic Society. 252 Evans Hall. 310-311 Flercher Hall, 312-313 Football. 166-171 Gamma Delta, 253 Gamma Phi Beta, 288-289 Gamma Siama Sigma, 290-291 Geology Club, 254 Golden Tassels. 247 Golf. 189 Gruenhagen Hall, 314-315 Gym. 182-183 International Relations Club, 255 Inter-Fraternity Council, 305 Infra Murals. 192-193 Kappa Delta. 251 Lutheran Collegiates, 252 Menorah, 258 Men's Interhall Association, 265 Model UN. 258 Music Students Council, 257 Nelson Hall, 216 Panhellenic Council, 303 Panhellenic, 305 Phi Mu. 294-295 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 257 Phi Sigma Epsilon, 292-293 Psi Chi. 258 Reeve Memorial Union Boards, 280-261 Sailing, 258 Scott Hall. 318-319 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 296-297 Sigma Pi. 298-299 Sigma Tau Gamma, 300-301 Silver Mike Society. 259 Ski Heilers. 262 Stewart Hall, 217 Student National Education Association, 263Alexander, Theresa M. Brussels, Wls. Alfassa, Hillary A. 317 Skokie. III. Alfuth, David J. N. Fond du Lac, Wis. Alger, Roland G. 277. 294 Fond Du Lac, Wis. Alioto. Anthony M. Milwaukee. Wis. Allegretti. Peter J. 28i Oshkosh, Wis. Allain, Renee J. Milwaukee. Wis. Allen. Barbara J. Marinette. Wis. Allen. Barbara L. Oshkosh. Wis. Allen. Frederick L-Oshkosh. Wis. Allen. Glen C. Neenah. Wis. Allen. James J. Racine Wis. Allen. Jon E. Port Wash.. Wis. Allen. Kathleen N. Barrington. III. Allen. Mary Z. Neenah. Wis. Allen. Patricia A. 255 Waukesha. Wis. Allen. Sylvia A. Oshkosh. Wis. Allen, Wayne J. Neenah. Wis. Alley. Janet L. Fontana. Wis. Allie, Christopher C. Manitowoc. Wis. Allsbury. John B. Waupun Wis. Aim, William D. Oshkosh. Wis. Almdale. Judith A. Arlington Hts., III. Alpert, Carol J. Sheboygan. Wis. Alpert. James H. Manitowoc, Wis. Alpert. Steven R. Manitowoc, Wis. Alpert. Larry A. Sheboygan. Wis. Altewarti, Musaad S. Oshkosh. Wis. Altman. Helen M. _ Fond Du Lac. Wis. Altree. Arthur J. Hinsdale, III Altschuler. Leslie G. Wilmette, III. Amato. Dominic S. 301. 309 Madison, Wis. Anania. Christine R. 294 Oshkosh, Wis. Andekian. Sarkis A. Racine. Wis. Anderegg. Anita M. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Andersen. Arlow W. Neenah. Wis. Andersen. Douglas E. Franksville. Wis. Anderson. Andrew H. Glendale. Wis. Anderson. Barbara G. Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Anderson. Barbara J. Tomahawk. Wis. Anderson. Becky 294 Wis Rapids. Wis. Anderson. Bettyjo T. Bowler. Wis. Anderson. Bruce W. Sister Bay. Wis. Anderson. Carl E. Amberg. Wis. Anderson. Cheryl A. 314 Two Rivers. Wis. Anderson. Connie R. 244, 251, 294 Iron Mt., Mich. Anderson. Dale E. Wautoma, Wis. Anderson, Dean S. Milwaukee. Wis. Anderson. Dwight W. Green Bay, Wis. Anderson. Elizabeth R. Oshkosh. Wis. Anderson, Gary C. Rockford. III. Anderson. Gary V. Larsen, Wis. Anderson, Gloria J. F. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Anderson. Henry E. W. Depere. Wis. Anderson. James K. Oshkosh. Wis. Anderson. James S. Oshkosh. Wis. Anderson, Jane C. 317 Kaukauna, Wis. Anderson, Janis E. Appleton, Wis. Anderson, Jean A. Sheboygah, Wis. Anderson. Jean A. Sheboygan, Wis. Anderson. John C. Larsen. Wis. Anderson. Kaaren L. 277 Eagle River Wis. Anderson. Kathleen A. Aurora. Wis. Anderson. Keith B. Waunakee. Wis. Anderson. Kristin A. Eagle River. Wis. Anderson. Kristan L. La Grange. III. Anderson. Kristine L Shawano. Wis. Anderson. Leora M. Racine. Wis. Anderson. Linda E. 294 Marshfield, Wis. Anderson. Linda J. Madison. Wis. Anderson. Lon W. Weyauwega. Wis. Anderson. Marie T. Polar. Wis. Anderson. Marcia E. Kaukauna. Wis. Anderson. Patricia H. Oshkosh. Wis. Anderson. Paul N. Manitowoc. Wis. Anderson, Richard W. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Anderson. Robert S. Lombard. III. Anderson. Robert S. Waukesha, Wis. Anderson. Roger L. Oconto, Wis. Anderson, Ruth J. Shawano, Wis. Anderson, Scott J. Grafton, Wis. Anderson. Susan M. Green Bay. Wis. Anderson. Teresa M. W. De Pere, Wis. Anderson. Terry A. Rhinelander, Wis. Anderson. Thomas J. 298. 307 N. Fond du Lac, Wis. Anderson. Virginia A. Amberg, Wis. Anderson, Vicki S. Neenah, Wis. Anderson. Trudy L. Stoughton. Wis. Anderson. William E. G. Waupaca. Wis. Anderson. William L. Waupun. Wis. Andrasko. Kevin P. Oshkosh, Wis. Andrastek. Carol A. Manitowoc, Wis. Andre. Nancy D. Wausau. Wis. Andreas, Gloria J. Wausau. Wis. Andress, Deborah L. Appleton, Wis. Andreucci. Wayne J. Kenosha. Wis. Andrew. Thomas G. 255 Neenah. Wis. Andrews. Charles Fond Du Lac. Wis. Andropolis. Annette M. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Andrysczyk. Michael D. Milwaukee. Wis. Anqelillo. David M. Chicago. III. Anger. David C. Oshkosh, Wis. Anger. Paul E. Oshkosh, Wis. Ankeney. Daniel S. 266 Fond Du Lac. Wis. Anklam. Terry Carl Oshkosh, Wis. Anosov, Jay S. 301 Milwaukee, Wis. Ansorge. Alan C. 277 Appleton, Wis. Anstett. Mary L. S. Milwaukee, Wis. Anstett, Michael F. S. Milwaukee, Wis. Anton. Mary E. 294 Milwaukee. Wis. Antonie. Bruce E. Two Rivers. Wis. Antonie. Peter W. 294 Oshkosh, Wis. Antonissen, Jean M. 317 Niagara. Wis. Apelian. Robert G. Skokie, III. Apell, Stephen S. Oshkosh, Wis. Aplin Rhonda L. Green Bay, Wis. App, Corliss E. Oshkosh, Wis. Apple. Beverly K. 281 Lyons, Wis. Appleman, Alycc A. Port Wash.. Wis. Appleton, William F. Kaukauna. Wis. Appleton, Mary J. Neenah. Wis. Arata, Vernonica M. Milwaukee, Wis. Arb. Timothy T. Kenosha, Wis. Arens, Ronald P. Green Bay, Wis. Arcntzen, Cynthia A. Byron. Wis. Argue, Isle R. 321 Belleville. Wis. Armitage, Diane L. Oshkosh, Wis. Arndt, Audrene S. _ Fond Du Lac, Wis. Arndt. Raymond E. Lagrange Pk., III. Arndt, Sandra A. Clintonville, Wis. Arndt, Stephanie A. Brookfield. Wis. Arney. Patrick. J. Skokie. III. Arnold. David W. Neenah, Wis. Anrold, Deborah A. 322 Wise Rapids. Wis. Arnold. Stephen D. 266 Milton. Wis. Arnold. Steven F. Wauwatosa, Wis. Arnoldussen. Robert H. Appleton. Wis. Arps, David G. 273, 318 Brillion, Wis. Arterberry, Daniel E. 319 Pekin. III. Arveson. Donald A. Oshkosh, Wis. Aschenbrener. Cheryl Wis Rapids, Wis. Aschenbrenner, David Brookfield. Wis. Aschenbrenner, Helen Fond Du Lac. Wis. Aschenbrener, James G. Rhinelander. Wis. Aschenbrenner, Johann Omro. Wis. Aschenbrenner, M. Omro, Wis. Aschenbrenner. P. A. Shawano, Wis. Ash. Leonard C. Mortongrove. III. Ashenbrenner. F. K. Menasha, Wis. Ashley, Constance R. Green Bay, Wis. Ashbeck, Maribeth R. 323 Wis Rapids. Wis. Ashley. Scott M. Dclafield. Wis. Ashlock. Linda J. Green Lake. Wis. Aslakson. Hazel A. Manitowoc. Wis. Ashworth. Melissa M. Arlington Hts.. III. Asman, David F. 282 Manawa. Wis. Aspabore. John E. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Aspenson. Mark I. 314 Viroqua. Wis. Asplund, Eileen J. Florence, Wis. Asunto. Marla Faye 289 Hartford. Wis. Ataman. Elaine M. Butte des Morts. Wis. Athens, Marian E. Appleton. Wis. Atkins. Judith A. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Atlas. Lawrence B. Milwaukee. Wis. Attoe. Nina M. Wild Rose. Wis. Atzen. Linda J. Abbotsford. Wis. Aduiss, James R. Oshkosh, Wis. Aubry. Arnold M. Crivitz. Wis. Augustin. Frederick C. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Augustine. John P. Sherwood. Wis. Augustine. Kathryn A. Greendale, Wis. Augustine, Martin L. Hubertus, Wis. Augustine, Susan M. Oconto. Wis. Aukofer, Kathryn A. New Berlin, Wis. Ausloos. Joseph D. Lena, Wis. Ausloos, Sandra M. St. Cloud, Wis. Austin. Gary R. Neenah, Wis. Austin, Jeannine S. Merkesan, Wis. Aveni. Michael D. Milwaukee, Wis. Averbeck. Maxine J. Fond Du Lac, Wis. Averbeck. Shirley A. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Awe. Susan Cheryl Manitowoc, Wis. Axel. Jacob M. Sheboygan. Wis. Azarian, David E. 285 Racine, Wis. Azarian, Ned M. 285 Racine. Wis. Boars, Phillip R. Cedar Grove, Wis. Babcock, Kay E. Beloit. Wis. Babcock. Theda B. Fond Du Lac, Wis. Baber, Mary Ann 249 Brandon, Wis. Bach. Charles R. Waukesha, Wis. Bach. Nancylee Madison. Wis. Bachman. William J. Nile . III. Bachnik. Kathleen A. Manitowoc. Wis. Backes, Susan M. New London. Wis. Backes. Jeanne M. New London, Wis. Bacon, Julia E. Hanover Pk, III. Badciong. Wendy S. Waukesha. Wis. Bader, Randall F. Oshkosh. Wis. Bader, Roger J. Green Boy, Wis. Badertscher. Susan M. Janesville. Wis. Badura. Jeffrey J. 294 Milwaukee, Wis. Badura, Richard H. 290 Greendale, Wis. Baehring, Mary I. West Bend. Wis. Baertschy. David K. 298 Mt. Horeb. Wis. Baertschy, Paul M. Mt. Horeb, Wis. Baeten, Ronald F. W Depere. Wis. Baetz. John D. Hartford. Wis. Baeten, Winona M. Oakfield, Wis. Baerwald, Lee R. Oshkosh, Wis. Bagby, Kathleen S. 318 Waukesha, Wis. Baggett. William D. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Bohr, John S. Oshkosh, Wis. Bahr. Mary E. Oshkosh. Wis. Bahr, Robert C. Fond Du Lac, Wis. Bahrke. James R. Wautoma, Wis. Bahr, Terrie A. 347 Oshkosh, Wis. Bahrs. Doreen A. Oshkosh, Wis. Baier. Fay E. Oshkosh. Wis. Baier. Jean M. 294 Oshkosh, Wis. Baier, Joseph J. Oshkosh, Wis. Baier, Joyce C. Hartford, Wis. Baier. Kathleen M. Oshkosh. Wis. Baier, Louise A. Oshkosh, Wis. Baier, Mary L. Oshkosh, Wis. Baier. Michael J. Oshkosh. Wis. Bailey. Elizabeth A. Appleton, Wis. Bailey. Richard J. Menasha, Wis. Bailey. Rebecca Sue Ricnland Ctr., Wis. Bailey. Steven R. Green Bay, Wis. Bailey. William C. Menom Falls, Wis. Bain. Vicky L. W. Depere Baird, Leonel L. Green Lake, Wis. Baitinger. John W. Winneconne. Wis. Baker, Elaine P. Oshkosh. Wis. Baker, James A. Evergreen Pk., III. Baker, Linda J. Baraboo, Wis. Baker. Michael L. Walworth, Wis. Baker, Nancy E. Oshkosh. Wis. Baker. Roger H. 309 Milwaukee. Wis. Baker. Ronald L. Milwaukee. Wis. Baker. Steven H. Madison. Wis. Balch, Kathryn A. Appleton, Wis. Baldauf, Barbara L. 294 Menasha, Wis. Baldewicx. Barbara 255, 310 Milwaukee, Wis. Baldwin, Leverett F. West Allis. Wis. Baldwin. William R. Germantown. Wis. Bales. Kenneth A. Burlington. Wis. Balestrieri, Frank J. Milwaukee, Wis. Balistrieri. A. M. West Allis, Wis. Balistrieri. B. M. West Allis. Wis. Balistreri. Dianne M. Wauwatosa, Wis. Ball Jean M. 251. 294 Clinton Wis. Ballard. Patricia A. Green Bay. Wis. Ballestad. Karl T. Oconto. Wis. Ballestad. Sheila M. Oconto. Wis. Balliet. David R. Appleton, Wis. Balliet. Helen K. Appleton, Wis. Balliet. Martha L. 317 Sheboygan. Wis. Balliet. Thomas A. 293 Sheboygan, Wis. Ballsieper. James O. 273 Milwaukee. Wis. Ballweg Diane M. Sauk City, Wis. Balsiger, Jane M. Pardeeville. Wis. Balsis. David J. Appleton, Wis. Balts. Carol L. Oshkosh. Wis. Bantz. Paul E. Milwaukee. Wis. Banach. Alan W. Milwaukee. Wis. Banaszak. Douglas J. Dousman. Wis. Banaszak. Geraldine R. Appleton, Wis. Banaszak Gregory E. 249,257 Brookfield. Wis. Banaszak. Marjorie M. Crivitz. Wis. Banaszak, Paula S. Appleton, Wis. Bancroft. George Green Bay, Wis. Bandt, Leslie William Kaukauna, Wis. Bandt, Neil A. Neshkoro. Wis. Bankers. Gary R. Pardeeville. Wis. Banks. Delores C. Milwaukee. Wis. Banks. Mary H. Reedsburg. Wis. Bantleon. Cora A. Appleton, Wis. Banks Ruth D. 309 Neenah, Wis. Bannister, William L. Mt. Prospect, III. Bonnow. Michael A. Green Bay, Wis. Banyai, Rudolph M. Milwaukee, Wis. Banta, Del I is O. Green Bay. Wis. Baranowski. Maryann B. Green Lake, W's Baranowski, Philip J. Green Lake, Wis. Barber, Gerald D. 298 Oshkosh, Wis. Barber Janet A. Oshkosh. Wis. Barber. Orpha J. Montello. Wis. Barber. Robert D. Oshkosh. Wis. Barchacky. Jane M. Sheboygan, Wis. Barclay. Kathryn M. Green Bay. Wis. Barcome. Marigail Oconto. FIs., Wis. Barczak, Ronald J. West Allis, Wis. Barden. Linda L. 318 Pardeeville. Wis. Barg. Ramadan A. Oshkosh, Wis. Barger, Scott L. Greendale. Wis. Barker. Richard H. Weyauwega. Wis. Barler. John M. 309 Milwaukee. Wis. Barnard. Thomas R. 294 Sturgeon Bay Barnes. Mary H. Milwaukee, Wis. Barnett, Barbara C. Oshkosh, Wis. Barnett, Joseph N. Oshkosh, Wis. Barnett, Ruth A. Omro, Wis. Barney. Maryellen Oshkosh, Wis. Barney, Michael C. Neenah, Wis. Barnharst. Diane K. Cp Douglas. Wis. Barnstable. Richard L. Neenah, Wis Barofsky, Helen V. Lagrange, III. Barrett, Linda D. Edgerton. Wis. Barnett. Nancy L. 277 Janesville, Wis.Barribeau, Bernard J-Oconto. Wis. Barrington. David J. 267 New London, Wis. Barroso. Juliann Oshkosh. Wis. Barry. Michael W. 301 Wise Rapids. Wis. Bar ema, George L. Milwaukee Wis. Barsfow. Kathleen M. Neenah. Wis. Barta, Lynne C. 294 Tonawanda, N.Y. Bartcll. Mary K. New Holstein, Wis. Bartel. Travis L. Oshkosh. Wis. Bartell. Stephanie Oshkosh. Wis. Bartels. Nancy L. Oshkosh. Wis. Bartels. Patricio K. Oshkosh. Wis. Bartels. Steven J. Beaver Dam, Wis. Bartels. Susan E. Greendale. Wis. Bartelt, Donald H. Neenah, Wis. Bartelt. Jack W. Oshkosh, Wis. Bartelt, Lee A. Menasho. Wis. Bartelt. Lon P. Mayville. Wis. Bortelt. Marion O. Mayville. Wis. Bartelt. Patricia D. Cascade. Wis. Bartelt. Robert C. Oshkosh. Wis. Barth, Mary Lou Fond Du Lac. Wis. Barthets. Dion N. Omro. Wis. Bartholomew. Jane L. Durand, Wis. Bartlett, Dormo Z. Green Bay, Wis. Bartlett Wayne L. Eau Claire. Wis. Bartlett, William P. Oshkosh. Wis. Bartholomew, John S. Durand, Wis. Bartolac. Craig A. Niagora. Wis. Barton. Gene M. Oshkosh, Wis. Bartosic, Diana L. Appleton, Wis. Bartow. John L. Oshkosh. Wis. Bartz. Carolyn J. Glenview, III. Berwick. Janice M. Schofield. Wis. Basile, Michael R. Milwaukee, Wis. Bass, John P. Racine, Wis. Bassuener, Alvina K. 320 Glenbeulah, Wis. Bast. David P. 309 Minocqua, Wis. Bast. Gloria J. Oconto, Falls. Wis. Bast. Gordon C. New Berlin, Wis. Bast. Robert A. Milwaukee. Wis. Bastian. Cheryl L. 294 Oshkosh, Wis. Batchelet. Dennis A. 298 Oshkosh, Wis. Batchelder, M. A. Sheboygan, Wis. Batten, William G. Middleton, Wis. Batterman, David L. Oshkosh. Wis. Batzner, Jeanne C. Oshkosh. Wis. Batzner. Michael D. Oshkosh. Wis. . Baudhuin, Catherine A. Germantown Wis. Baudhuin, John S. Germantown. Wis. Baudhum, Ceceiia M. Denmark. Wis. Bauer, Anne E. Brookfield, Wis. Bauer, Christine C. Beaver Dam Wis. Bauer. David M. 190 Greenfield Wis. Bauer, James I. Union Grove, Wis. Bauer, Linda J. Oshkosh, Wis. Bauer, Marilyn G. Oshkosh, Wis. Bauer, Mary Ann E. Appleton, Wis. Bauer, Michael J. Appleton, Wis. Bauer, Richard L. Appleton, Wis. Bauer, Robert G. Oshkosh, Wis. Bauer, Roy J. Appleton, Wis. Bauer. Sharon K. Pulaski. Wis. Bauer, Sharon S. Pulaski. Wis. Bauer, Shirley M. Bryant. Wis. Bauer, Susan A. 246 Fond Du Lac. Wis. Bauer, Susan Lynn Wauwatosa. Wis. Bauer, Thomas Allen Greenfield. Wis. Baugnet, James R. Green Bay, Wis. Bauhs. Mary K. Oshkosh Wis. Bauhs, Richard P. Oshkosh, Wis. Bauhs. Robert R. S. Milwaukee. Wis. Bauknecht. Grace L. Appleton. Wis. Baum. Barbara L. Oshkosh. Wis. Baum, Thomas J. Oshkosh Wis. Bauman. Jane C. Middleton. Wis. Bauman. June A. Middleton. Wis. Baumann, Allen G. 319 Hamburg, Wis. Baumann, Bruce R. 309 Milwaukee. Wis. Baumann. Cheryl A. Forestville, Wis. Baumann, Donald A. Hustisford. Wis. Baumann, Donna M. Oshkosh. Wis. Baumann, Donna M. Oshkosh, Wis. Baumann, Mary L. Madison Wis. Baumann. Robert J. Neenah, Wis. Baumann. Mary L. Oshkosh. Wis. Baumann, William, R. Appleton. Wis. Baumgart, Garylee A. West Depere, Wis. Baumgartner, George M. Berlin, Wis. Baumhardt, Sandra S. 294 Fond Du Lac. Wis. Baumgart, Ladd H. Oshkosh, Wis. Bauschelt. James L. Port Wash.. Wis. Bauschelt. Patrick F. 185 Port Wash. Wis. Bawden, Barbara A. Juneau, Wis. Baxer, Barbara A. Oshkosh. Wis. Bax. Randolph P. Oshkosh. Wis. Bax. Sharon B. Oshkosh, Wis. Bay, Barry R. Appleton. Wis. Baye. Joseph S. 277 Green Bay, Wis. Baye. Michael J. Green Bay, Wis. Bayer, Dennis D. Neenah, Wis. Bayley, Jean R. 32 Pr Du Sac. Wis. Bayer, Mary M. Appleton, Wis. Bayorgeon, Mary M. Appleton, Wis. Beach, Robert L. Neenah, Wis. Beadle. Laurence B. Brookfield, III. Beadling. Ruth A. 294 Elmgrove, Wis. Beale. Ann M. Madison, Wis. Beam, Thomas F. Sturgeon. By. Beamish, Roger A. Neenah, Wis. Bean, Daniel E. Oshkosh, Wis. Bean. Nancy S. Oshkosh. Wis. Bearden, Louis R. 309 Madison. Wis. Beardsley. Peggy A. Waterford. Wis. Beattie, Christine G. Antigo. Wis. Beattie. James W. Oshkosh, Wis. Beattie, Wayne G. 188 Appleton, Wis. Beatty, Christine K. Wausau, Wis. Beauchamp. Emanuel C. Florence, Wis. Beavers, Susan H. Berlin, Wis. Bcberfall. Carol Madison, Wis. Bebow. Charles R. Oakfieid, Wis. Becher, Carol A. Menasha. Wis. Becher, Loretta F. Neenah. Wis. Becher. Stephen L. Aopleton. Wis. Bechler. Glenn L. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Beck Sister J. M. Oshkosh. Wis. Beck Nancy A. Oshkosh. Wis. Beck. Thomas J. Oshkosh. Wis. Becker. Cheryl A. 47 Waukesha. Wis. Becker, Dale E. New Canaan, Conn. Becker. Jane P. Milwaukee. Wis. Becker. John F. 252 Fond Du Lac. Wis. Becker. Julaine M. Green Bay. Wis. Becker. Kathryn R. 246. 320 Milwaukee. Wis. Becker. Lawrence B. Ripon. Wis. Becker. Linda Lee 244 Waukesha. Wis. Becker. Nicholas G. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Becker, Roger L. Oshkosh. Wis. Becker, Sharon, M. Oshkosh. Wis. Becker. Suzanne Jean 290 Watertown, Wis. Becker. William J. Oshkosh. Wis. Becklo. Michael D. Greenfield, Mass. Beckman. Michael P. Baraboo. Wis. Beckman. Susan K. New Holstein. Wis. Bednarek. Donald B. Oshkosh. Wis. Bedford. Dennis L. Kenosha. Wis. Bednarowski, Gerald Neehan. Wis. Bedora. Paul B. Pound. Wis. Beduhn. Scott L. Fox Point, Wis. Beebe. Don L. Washburn. Wis. Bcedc, Gary C. Eau Claire. Wis. Beer, Elaine D. Oshkosh, Wis. Beerbaum. Don A. Oshkosh, Wis. Beeskau. Nancy A. Wauwatosa. Wis. Befus. John C. Oshkosh. Wis. Befus. Kathleen L. Oshkosh, Wis. Beggs. Marsha Jean Clintonville. Wis. Bchl. Mary E. 322 Meno Falls. Wis. Behling. Richard R. 293 Milwaukee. Wis. Behling, Robert A. 319 Oconomowoc, Wis. Behm. Bonnie R. Omro. Wis. Behm. Cheryl A. Oshkosh, Wis. Behm, Frederick G. 301 Fond Du Lac, Wis. Behm. Jack R. Oshkosh, Wis. Behm, Lois D. 323 Merrill, Wis. Behm, Victoria S. Oshkosh. Wis. Behnke. Antoinette K. 246 Milwaukee. Wis. Behnke. Richard C. Baraboo. Wis. Bchrendt, Jane M. Plymouth, Wis. Behrens, James P. Burlington, Wis. Behrens, Sharon K. Rivergrove. III. Behring. William L. Oshkosh. Wis. Beier. Priscilla A. Oshkosh, Wis. Beierle, Barbara S. West Allis. Wis. Beiersdorf, Thomas T. Sheboygan. Wis. Beilfuss, Barbara A. Shawand, Wis. Beimborn. Carol L. Green Bay, Wis. Beirne, Michael C. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Bekearis, Katherine L. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Bckkela, Maryanne Pembine, Wis. Belcher. Richard E. Mequon, Wis. Bell, Bruce R. 277 Green Bay, Wis. Bell. Donna N. 320 Milwaukee. Wis. Bell, Floria M. Milwaukee. Wis. Bell, Locklin Greenfield, Wis. Bell Margaret L. Milwaukee. Wis. Be11 Michael A. 294 Milwaukee. Wis. Bell. Susan K. Ft. Atkinson. Wis. Belland. Joel B. Lake Geneva, Wis. Belleau. Ruth A. 320 Kewaunee. Wis Beilin. John E. Oshkosh Wis. Bellun. Julie M. 246 Forestville. Wis. Belling Karen S. Kaukauna. Wis. Belling Michael J. Neenah. Wis. Belongic. Marie A. Oshkosh. Wis. Belongie. Michael E. Oshkosh, Wis. Belot. Thomas G. Oshkosh. Wis. Below, James M. Oshkosh, Wis. Belter. Susan E. 294 Spooner. Wis. Beltz, Steward G. Shawano. Wis. Bemowski, James D. Neenah. Wis. Bender, Cheryl M. N. Fonddulac, Wis. Bender. Dale R. Cleveland, Wis. Bender, Kathleen M. Beaver Dam. Wis. Bender, Sadye J. Milwaukee. Wis. Bender, Stephanie D. Oshkosh Wis. Bender, William C. Oshkosh. Wis. Bendfschneider. Susan Oconomowoc. Wis. Benedict. Jay A. Oshkosh. Wis. Benedict. Donald E. Lomira, Wis. Benedict. Susan G. Waukesha. Wis. Benes, Gary L. Bryant. Wis. Benfer, Susan M. Shorewood. Wis. Benfield, Kenneth W. Manitowoc. Wis. Benicek, Timothy K. Racine. Wis. Benishck. Toni Marie 255 Antigo. Wis. Benjamin. Lee T. Neenah. Wis. Benkoske. Thomas P. 298 Oshkosh. Wis. Bcnkoski. Karen A. 295 Omro. Wis. Benkoski, Lynn C. Omro. Wis. Bennett, Betty E. Beaver Dam. Wis. Bennett, Camilla S. Oostburg. Wis. Bennett, Jeffrey N. Omro. Wis. Benne:t. Maurine F. 323 Zion, III. Bennett, Michael R. Madison. Wis. Benneti, William L. Oostburg, Wis. Bennie. William J. Green Bay, Wis. Benning. Bruce F. Wauwatosa, Wis. Benson, Craig, H. Western Spg.. III. Benson. John W. 295 Delavan, Wis. Benson. Karen Lee Menomone FIs.. Wis. Benson. Richard D. Neenah, Wis. Benson, Sandra A. Slinger, Wis. Benston. Jerry L. Milwaukee. Wis. Benter, Ronald Glenn Theresa, Wis. Benney, ueborah M. Waupun, Wis. Benton. Gail M. Oconomowoc. Wis., rufiicia A. 319 Loyal, Wis. 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Neil. J. Oshkosh, Wis. Wilson. Patricia A. Deforest, Wis. Wilson, Patricia M. N. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Wilson, Scott L. 317 Chilton, Wis. Wilson, William J. Milwaukee, Wis. Wiltzius. Barbara J. 322, 323 Fond Du Lac, Wis. Wimme, Judy M. 322 Nelsonville, Wis. Wimmer, Winfield S. Watertown, Wis. Winch. Betty A. Menasha, Wis. Winchester. Ray H. Oshkosh, Wis. Winckler. Carol A. West Bend. Wis. Winckler. Peter W. Milwaukee, Wis. Windis, Judith A. Port Wash., Wis. Windmuller, Donald H. Green Bay, Wis. Wineberg, Nancy A. 320 Lincolnwood, III. Wing, Daniel J. Greenfield. Wis. Wing, Genevieve L. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Winius, Janet A. Kimberly. Wis. Wink, David G. Hales Cornrs.. Wis. Wink. Robert H. Waukau, Wis. Winkel, Kathy L Appleton. Wis. Winkers. Dianne G. 246 Highland, Wis. Winkler. Cheryl E. Underhill, Wis. Winkler. Donald L. 317 Hilbert. Wis. Winkler, James B. West Bend. Wis. Winkler. Keith D. Bril lion, Wis. Winkler. Robert L. Milwaukee. Wis. Winnie. A. R. Green Bay. Wis. Winske. Carol J. Waupaca. Wis. Winter. Anthony K. Oshkosh. Wis. Winter. John H. Oshkosh, Wis. Winterfeldt. Henry F. Oakfield. Wis. Winters, James E. Racine, Wis. Winters. Russell A. 277 Neenah. Wis. Wirkus. Joseph B. Fond Du Lac, Wis. Wippich, John G. Kimberly, Wis. Wirth, Steven E. River Hills. Wis. Wirth, Marilyn L. Appleton. Wis. Wirtz. Yvette M. 290 Appleton. Wis. Wisoy. Douglas V. Wauwatosa, Wis. Wischnewski, Gary P. 301 Fond Du Lac. Wis. Wise, Gary R. Oshkosh, Wis. Wise. Rita A. Berlin, Wis. Wise. Sally A. 306 Oshkosh, Wis. Wise, Sandra L. 281 Brookfield, Wis. Wise. Vivian C. Oshkosh, Wis. Wishman. Kathleen A. Milwaukee. Wis. Wiskirchen. Leroy Port Wash.. Wis. Wismer, Charles J. Neenah. Wis. Wisniewski, Margaret Milwaukee, Wis. Wisniewski. Mary E. Milwaukee. Wis. Wisniewski. Patricia Berlin, Wis. Witkowski, Joyce A. Waupun, Wis Witkowski, Sharon L. Deerfield, Wis. Witt. Bradley J. Neenah, Wis. Witt. Howard W. Marinette. Wis. Witt. Muriel M. Neenah, Wis. Witt. Peter A. Crivitz. Wis. Witte. Margaret P. Waupun, Wis. Witte. Patricia A. 246, 317 Burnett, Wis. Witte. Syephen J. Oshkosh, Wis. Wittenberg, Edward M. Oshkosh, Wis. Wittenberg, Gary D. 185 Milwaukee. Wis. Wittenberger. Paul F. FondDu Lac. Wis. Wittenburg. Loinc M. Rubicon, Wis. Wittig, Jon P. Thiensville. Wis. Witting. Dennis P. West Bend. Wis. Wittkopf, Richard A. Milwaukee, Wis. Wittkopf. Diane M. Milwaukee, Wis. Wittier. Sally K. Warrens, Wis. Wittman. Paul J. Brillion, Wis. Wittmann. Andrew G. Menasha. Wis.Wittmann, Thomas G. Appleton. Wis. Witzel. Patricia A. 306 Sheb Falls. Wis. Witzke, Sally L. Oshkosh. Wis. Wochinski. Robert F. Shawano. Wis. Wochos. Mary F. Kewaunee. Wis. Wochos, Kenneth C. Alqoma. Wis. Worlfei. Mark T. 315 Valders. Wis. Woelffer. Cheryl A. Crystal Lake. III. Woelffer. Nancy S. Portage. Wis. Woik. Gregory R. Mayville, Wis. Woizcski, Kathryn S. 306 Larsen. Wis. Wojahn, Terrance F. Oshkosh. Wis. Wojta. Elizabeth A. Manitowoc. Wis. Wojtusik. Robert E. Mayville. Wis. Wokosin. Deborah J. Oshkosh. Wis. Wolf. Barbaralee F. Mayville. Wis. Wolf. Beverly C. Skokie. III. Wolf. Beverly F. Wausau, Wis. Wolf. Charles J. Milwaukee. Wis. Wolf. Laurette A. Loyal. Wis. Wolf. Mary E. Muskego, Wis. Wolf. Randall C. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Wolf. Ronald E. Oshkosh. Wis. Wolf, Sandra K. Greendale, Wis. Wolf, Terrence L. Greendale. Wis. Wolf. Virqinia L. Muskcqo. Wis. Wolfe. Kristine L. Eagle River. Wis. Wolfe. Robert L. _ Oconto FIs., Wis. Wolfert. Jarleth H. Sheboygan. Wis. Wolff. George W., Jr. Oshkosh. Wis. Wolff Nancy A. 251. 294, 317 Oconto Falls. Wis. Wolfgram, Diane M. 246. 309 Appleton. Wis. Wolfgram. Jon C. Oshkosh. Wis. Reinking. Elizabeth R. Oshkosh. Wis. Wollangk, Daisy D. Neenah. Wis. Wollangk. Edith J. Oshkosh. Wis. Wollangk, Joellen B. Neenah. Wis. Wollangk. Priscilla B. Oshkosh. Wis. Wollenhoffcr, Susan R. Neenah. Wis. Woller. James W. Appleton. Wis. Woller. Margaret M. Appleton. Wis. Wolske. Jane Algoma. Wis. Wolske, William J. 306 Kewaunee. Wis. Wolter, Diane K. Antigo. Wis. Wolter. Lloyd A. Green Bav. Wis. Wolter, Robert L. sturgeon oay. Wis. Wolvin Amelia L. Westfield. Wis. Wonq. David K. 273 Milwaukee. Wis. Wonq. Philip New York. N. Y. Wongvorazathe, Suthep Oshkosh, Wis. Wood. Judith L. 290. 317 Somerville, N. J. Wood. Nancy A. Green Bay. Wis Wood. Stephen C. Marinette. Wis. Wood. Steven C. Madison. Wis. Woodard. Sandra A. Norridge, III. Wooden. Arlan L. Appleton, Wis. Woodfill. William L. Oshkosh. Wis. Woodrow, Thomas J. Appleton, Wis. Woodruff, Susan M. Milwaukee. Wis. Woodland, Mabel M. W. De Pere. Wis. Woods, Bruce F. Palatine. III. Woods, Lonnie E. Racine, Wis. Woppert. Richard A. 301 Milwaukee. Wis. Worachek. Julie A. Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Worden, Allen J. Oshkosh. Wis. Worden, Devoine R. Markesan. Wis. Worden. Keith D. Janesville. Wis. Worden. Michael L. Oshkosh. Wis. Worcck, John A. Oshkosh. Wis. Worley. Alan C. River Forest, III, Worley. Linda S. Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Worm. Christina M. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Wortley. Kathleen A. Wauwatosa, Wis. Wothe. Wendy L. Fond Du Lac, Wis. Wouters. David A. Green Bay. Wis. Woyak. Ruth A. Pembinc. Wis. Wozniak Linda C. 264 . 318 Milwaukee. Wis. Woznicki. Eugene L. Appleton. Wis. Wrchota. Mary A. Oshkosh. Wis. Wrchota. Thomas W. Oshkosh. Wis. Wright. Beverly K. Green Bay. Wis. Wright. Dennis J. Flossmoor, III. Wright. Helen B. W 'usaukee. Wis. Wright, Janis K. Oshkosh. Wis. Wright. James F. Oshkosh. Wis. Wright, Ronald V. Wauwatosa. Wis. Wright, Rose M. 246 Horicon. Wis. Wright. Victoria M. W. Depere. Wis. Writt, Donald J. Oshkosh. Wis. Wrobbel, Thomas J. Milwaukee. Wis. Wruck. Lynne A. Shawano. Wis. Wruck, Larry M. Shawano. Wis. Wu, Wen T. Oshkosh. Wis. Wucki, Patricia S. Oshkosh. Wis. Wudtke. Hope R. Oshkosh. Wis. Wuest. Glen P. Oshkosh. Wis. Wulf. Pamela J. Lancaster. Wis. Wulgaert. Edward H. Kaukauna, Wis. Wulterkens, Donald O. Kimberly. Wis. Wunderlich. Eunice L. Appleton. Wis. Wunderlich, Hazel B. Appleton, Wis. Wundrock, Daniel G. Milwaukee. Wis. Wunrow. Irene L. Appleton. Wis. Wurtz. Melinda S. Mayville. Wis. Wurzbach. William F. Oshkosh. Wis. Wutrich, Candace J. Monroe, Wis. Wydeven. Cornelia T. Kimberly, Wis. Wydenen. Donald J. Kimberly. Wis. Wydeven. Kenneth L. 306 Appleton. Wis. Wylie. Larry R. 258 New Berlin. Wis. Wylie. Luanne K. 314 Wausau. Wis. Wyman, Susan West Allis. Wis. Wynboom. Karla E. Kaukauna, Wis. Wysocki. Linda M. 281 Milwaukee, Wis. Xavier. Laurence J. West Allis. Wis. Yacukowicz, John A. 314 Kenosha. Wis. Yakaites. Dale A. N. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Yakaites. Dennis F. N. Fond Du Lac, Wis. Yakes. David C. Neenah, Wis. Yaktus. William M. 298 Mayville, Wis. Yana. Ann G. Oshkosh, Wis. Yancey, Lavonnc M. Sheboyqan. Wis. Yanke, Michael F. Oshkosh. Wis. Yanke, Rochelle A. Oshicosh. Wis. Yankee. Wcnda A. 317 Ashland. Wis. Yant. Jack W. Oshkosh. Wis. Yant, Robert D. Niles. III. Yarbro, Barry M. 257 Oshkosh, Wis. Yeakey, James A. Shawano. Wis. Yeager. Kenneth E. Appleton, Wis Yeager. Paul J. Oshkosh. Wis. Yee. Sui M. Oshkosh. Wis. Yell. Christine A. Oshkosh. Wis. Yockey. Robert F. Oshkosh. Wis. Yockey. Thomas J. _ Fond Du Lac, Wis. Yohcy. James R. Schenectady. N. Y. Yonke, Lawrence M. Berlin. Wis. Yore. Sheila M. Arlingtn. Hts., III. Young, Cynthia J. 262 Milwaukee. Wis. Young, Geoffrey A. Brookfield. Wis. Young. Gerald D. 265. 312 Roselle. III. Younq, Harold A. Ripon, Wis. Young, James A. 317 Oshkosh, Wis. Young, Jon F. Marinette. Wis. Young. Kathleen M. Oconto. Wis. Younq, Kristine A. Oconto. Wis. Young, Mary M. S. Milwaukee. Wis. Younq. Rebecca L. .317 Chippewa. FIs.. Wis. Younq. Stephen D. Evanston, III. Young, Stephen R. Green Bay. Wis. Younq. William L. 293 S. Milwaukee, Wis. Youngwirth, Sharon A. Oshkosh. Wis. Youngquist. Susan L. Meno Falls, Wis. Younfcin. Nancy G. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Younkle. Wayne J. Green Bay, Wis. Youra, Janice I. Oshkosh, Wis. Yttri, Richard A. 190 Madison, Wis. Yuds, Susan A. Beaver Dam , Wis. Yuds, Steven E. Beaver Dam. Wis. Yuao. Susan C. Racine. Wis. Yuraae. Phillip G. Wauwatosa, Wis. Yurk, Michael J. Oshkosh. Wis. Yust, Roqer A. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Zabel. Leone L. Montello, Wis. Zacharies. Keith J. Milwaukee. Wis. Zacharias, Leonard E. 293 Milwaukee. Wis. Zachow. Emily A. Oshkosh, Wis. Zager. Mark J. Racine. Wis. Zaharies. Richard M. Milwaukee, Wis. Zahn. Fay A. 306 Green Bay, Wis. Zahn. Judith A. Manitowoc. Wis. Zahn, Kathryn Kaukauna, Wis. Zahn. Sally K. 258 Oconomowoc, Wis. Zahn. Sheila A. Wausau, Wis. Zajackowski, M. M. Milwaukee. Wis. Zaidel, Thomas D. Grafton. Wis. Zak. Adeline N. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Zakos. Patricia K. Fond Du Lac, Wis. Zakos. Richard K. 317 Fond Du Lac. Wis. Zander, Toni A. Cross Plains. Wis. Zanowski, Dennis M. Oshkosh. Wis. Zapfe. Barbara J. Green Bay. Wis. Zarek. David A. 317 Greendale. Wis. Zarlinq. Ruth I. Horicon Wis. Zarter Richard R. Oshkosh, Wis. Zaslaw, Terry A. Highland Pk.. III. Zastrow. Lawrence A. Brookfield, Wis. Zaudtke. Patricia M. Lodi. Wis. Zaug. Frederic J. New London, Wis. Zeutcke, Walter H. Milwaukee. Wis. Zautke, Herbert C. Milwaukee, Wis. Zawistowski. Kathleen 317 Stone Lake. Wis. Zboray, Donald E. Winnebaqo. Wis. Zdorkowski. James K. Milwaukee. Wis. Zechel, Scott 190 Prairie Du Sac. Wis. Zedoff. Claudia M. Greenfield. Wis. Zehner. Barbara A. 317 Arlington. Wis. Zehner, Phillip C. Winneconne. Wis. Zehren, Janet L. Denmark. Wis. Zehren. Katherine J. Hartford. Wis. Zeff. David W. Oshkosh, Wis. Zeiner, Steven J. Woupun, Wis. Zeitlcr. Billy P. Shawano. Wis. Zelazek, Paul L. Milwaukee. Wis. Zelazo. Annette R. Milwaukee. Wis. Zelie. Jane M. Appleton. Wis. Zellmer. Bonnie L. Oshkosh. Wis. Zellmer. Everett J. Oshkosh. Wis. Zelmanoff, Ellis Philadelphia, Pa. Zelton, Diane L. 317 Green Bay. Wis. Zeman. Kathleen A. 258, 314 Racine. Wis. Zeman, Suzanne C. 323 Cato. Wis. Zemansky. Leslie S. Skokie. III. Zemke. Donald J. Oshkosh, Wis. Zemke. Judith A. Oshkosh, Wis. Zemke. Paul W. Oshkosh, Wis. Zenko, Michael W. Oshicosh. Wis. Zcmpel, James O. 259 Fremont, Wis. Zeratsky, Jeff D. Marinette. Wis. Zeratsky, John D. Marinette. Wis. Zerbe, Charlotte E. Appleton, Wis. Zerbe. Marianne Appleton. Wis. Zerjav. David R. Oshkosh, Wis. Zerjav. Donna K. Oshkosh. Wis. Zernzach, Kay E. Berlin, Wis. Zemzach, Louis G. Oshkosh. Wis. Zernzack. L nce E. Omro, Wis. Zerw. K, no.iy A. 306 Oconomowoc, Wis. Zeuske. Barbara A. Menasha, Wis. Ziarni . octh B. Oshkosh. Wis. ZiPcM, i_ve.yn l. 306 Fond Uu Lac. Wis. Zick, John W. Pr. Du Sac. Wis Zick, Robert P. Weyauwega, Wis. Zickert, Jerry A. Eldorado, Wis. Zidar, Robert J. West Allis, Wis. Ziebcll, Mark D. Ushkosh, Wis. Ziebeil, Peter D. Oshkosh, Wis. Ziebeil, Mary A. Oshkosh, Wis. Zieocll, Renee M. Oshkosh, Wis. Ziegelmann. Connie J. Johnson Crk.. Wis. Zielinski, Barbara R. West Ail.s. Wis. Zielinski, Gregory A. Krakow. Wis. Zielinski, Ralph M. St. Francis. Wis. Zicike. June A. Oshkosh, Wis Ziemer, James A. Shawano. Wis. Zierzow, Fred M. Green Lake. Wis. Zilles, Judith M. Green Bay, Wis. Zillges. Ardyce K. Oshkosh, Wis. Zillges, Sharon L. Oshkosh, Wis. Zimar, William C. Berlin, Wis. Zimdars, Cheryl L. Ripon, Wis. Zimdars, Marsha B. 306 Appleton, Wis. Zimmer. Daniel R. Appleton, Wis. Zimdars, David H. Oshkosh. Wis. Zimmerman. Arthur T. Oshkosh, Wis. Zimmer, Kathryn A. Madison. Wis. Zimmer, Jacqueline N. 322 Appleton, Wis. Zimdars. Rosemary J. Ripon, Wis. Zimmer. Deborah A. Cudahy, Wis. Zimmer, Marianne C. 322 Neenah. Wis. Zimmerman. Cheryl R. Madison, Wis. Zimmer. Carol E. Forestville, Wis. Zimmerman. Dana L. Appleton. Wis. Zimmerman, David R.. Oshkosh, Wis. Zimmermann, Donald W. Manitowoc, Wis. Zimmerman. Diane M. 322 Milwaukee. Wis. Zimmerman, Don W. Menasha, Wis. Zimmerman, Earl R. 309 Oshkosh, Wis. Zimmerman. Linda S. Oshkosh, Wis. Zimmerman Lois J. 248 New Berlin. Wis. Zimmerman. Patricia A. Milwaukee. Wis. Zimmerman. Peter Appleton, Wis. Zimmerman. Rena Ripon. Wis. Zimmerman. Roman J. Menasha. Wis. Zimmerman. Stephen J. 306 Ripon, Wis. Zimmerman Winn A. Neenah. Wis. Zimpel, Sharon L. Waukesha, Wis. Zirnpelmann. Gerald E. Eagle River. Wis. Zinqler. Katherine A. Clintonvilie. Wis. Zinke. Carol J. Western Spg., III. Zinke, John P. Wautoma, Wis. Zinth, Richard F. Oshkosh. Wis. Zinth, Robert 6. Oshkosh. Wis. Zirbes, Ruth E. Port Wash., Wis. Zirk. Jilleen K. 275 Stouqhton, Wis. Ziitlow, Kenneth R. Oshkosh. Wis. Ziwisky, Marilyn J. Oshkosh, Wis. Ziwisky, Ronald W. Oshkosh, Wis. Zoch, Ciaude C. Manitowoc, Wis. Zoellner, Sue L. 260, 307 Marinette. Wis. Zondcig, Robert L. 47, 252 Randolph, Wis. Zopoios, John C. 309 Fond Du Lac. Wis. Zorr, Joanne b. Oshkosh, Wis. Zrimsek. Diana L. Milwaukee ,Wis. Zriny. Jefrey L. Oshkosh. Wis. Zuege, Gail A. 307 Oshkosh. Wis. Zuege, Paula M. Oshkosh, Wis. Zuehlke. Earl E. Oshkosh ,Wis. Zuehike, Jane K. Oshkosh, Wis Zuehlke, Ramona K. Oshkosh. Wis. Zuehls. Marion B. Monteilo, Wis. Zuchlsdorf, Janis L. Kenosha, Wis. Zueike, Spencer D. Neshkoro. Wis. Zuengier. Florence N. Adell, Wis. Zuest, John C. Harttord. Wis. Zukas, Robert J. Green Bay, Wis. Zulauf, Aaron A. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Zunker, Gary A. 309 Oshkosh. Wis. Zupek, Bruce H. Rac ne. Wis. Zurschmiede. C. M. Henry, III. Zweigei. v nristinc A. 255 Omro, Wis. Zwick, Betty T. Milwaukee, Wis. Zwicky, Gregory L. Oshkosh, Wis. Zwickey, Brian D. Clintonvilie, Wis. Zwiers. Dennis W. Littie Chute. Wis. Zwirchitz, Levern J. Oshkosh. Wis. Zychowicz, Janel M. Pewaukee. Wis. Zyduck. Barbara L. Fond Du Lac. Wis. Zyduck, Ronald L. Oshkosh, Wis. Zordan, Gregory S. Evanston. III.Photo Credits Del Banta 30,31,106.107 Sandy Fruhman 60, 61 Milton Gardener 44, 45, 46, 47 Brian Humbert 1.96 Erilc Lammert 50,51, 175 Pat McQuillen 316 Northwestern 43, 197 Jim Peters 92, 93 Jack Ridley 82, 83, 84, 85 A. J. Saunders 94,95, 102, 103 Dave Soffa 65, 101, 149,234 Dick Sroda 146 Nearly all other photographs taken by Michael Tomczyk. The 1969 QUIVER was printed by Taylor Publishing Co. of Dallas, Texas. Senior and organization pictures were taken by Root Photographers of Chicago, Illinois. The cover is Smyth with the paper enamel 80. Headlines are 24 pt. Optima. Body copy is 12 pt. Vogue, cutlines are 10 pt. Vogue, and identifications are 8 pt. Vogue. The index is 6 pt Vogue. The hallway connecting the two sides of the library offers an interesting picture at night. After two continual days of work, this book has finally been completed. It is only appropriate that it is finished in j this manner. Putting out yearbooks requires a special type of people. People who are willing to work long hours on a sometimes thankless job. WSU-O has all too few of them. The Quiver staff sadly lacked manpower. It is ironic that a university of over I 1,000 students has no more than ten students putting out its most important form of public relations. But that is the way it was and to those students who did work, I thank you. Special thanks do go to Betsy Bruer who did nearly the entire student life section by herself and to Michael Tomczyk who took over 80% of the pictures. 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