University of Wisconsin Platteville - Pioneer Yearbook (Platteville, WI)
- Class of 1973
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Universify of Wisconsin - Plaffeville
March of I972 - March of l973
Jeanie Hovey - edi+or-in-chief
Sieve Acardo - copy edilor
Dale Birkholz - phofogrephy edifor
Linda Carnehl - design edi+or
Tom Longacre - managing edifor
"i gel by willi a liffle help from my friends"
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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204-229 social organizaiions
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come true" for john Barth and the athletic supporters . . . weekend festivities dedicated the
. calliope on the mall . . . beer tent in Valley View Park . . .
:day evening in the stadium . . . rock 'n roll, the old and the new . . . Sha Na Na: late '50's -
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brunch . . . pregame activities . . . up the flags . . . president of the board of regents lays a key
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player somewhere? . . . OLD MAIN . . . bio-labs - when it rains,
you move the lab table or put wiper blades on the microscope . . .
OLD MAIN . . . 207: packed in like sardinesg some days there aren't
even enough chairs in the room . . . OLD MAIN . . . ask any
instructor teaching a class there whether he or the wasps get more
attention . . . OLD MAIN . . . still boasts a burning time of under
three minutes . . . OLD MAIN . . . million dollar football stadium
used only saturday afternoon while classes continue all week in
. . .OLD MAIN . . .your building priorities are . . .
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machines of local governments should they choose to register in their college towns . . ,
political viewpoints quite different from the town's traditional electorate . . . Plattevil-
lage of ten thousand . . . one of the most conservative and staunchly republican areas
of the state . . . add in four thousand newly franchised voters in the 18 to 21 age agoup
. . . is age a major factor in determining voting behavior? . . . does there exist such a
thing as a youth vote? . . . campus, particularly ward Ill, becomes a testing ground . . .
statistics tell the story. . .
in ward lll there are approximately 1900 students eligible to vote . . . of those, approxi-
mately 1100 registered at their campus address, about 602 . . . of those who registered
approximately 660 voted in the fall elections, about 60'Z, . . . a failure - "The third ward
had the dubious honor of having the lowest percentage of voters for the second consec-
utive election." Platteville lournal . . . how did they vote? . . . wards I, ll, and IV went
approximately 2 to 1 nixon, azim, thomson, all republicans . . . ward lll went approxi-
mately 1 to 1 with mc'george, thoreson and duperrault, all democrats, slightly favored
. . .worthy of note . . .
there will be many interpretations of the effects of 18 year old voters . . . we are no
political scientists, or pollsters, or forecasters 'of anything, but several things have come
to light which bear mention: the new voters have a great deal to learn about the "demo-
cratic process" . . . political awareness -is little better in the student groups than it is
among their parents . . . while the percentage of people who voted in the national
races left much to be desired, it was even worse in the less glamorous election primar-
ies, city and county races, and school board elections . . . it is on the local level that the
most constructive work can be accomplished . . . you had best wake up to the political
facts of life before it's too late . . .
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versity of Wisconsin-Platte-
ville, where only 14 students
v o t e d in the city's student
ward in Tuesday's primary
election, is one campus that
might not fit into Sen. George
McGovern's plans for victory
in the November presidential
McGovern is counting on
strong support from y o u n g
voters, especially those attend-
ing colleges -and universities.
For McGovern's youth strat-
egy to be successful, the young
voters must turn out and they
must vote for him.
There are indications that
here, at least, many students
might not do one or the other.
In a ward populated almost
entirely by students, 14 s tu-
dents and 35 nonstudents vot-
ed Tuesday. The total was
about one-tenth the average
vote in other wards in the city.
Over half of the approxi-
mately 4,200 students enrolled
in the university live in the
It is unlikely that many stu-
dents voted by absentee ballot.
The mail clerk in one dormito-
ry, who said he notices such
things, said only t h r e e stu-
dents out of 60 in his dormito-
ry received ballots in the mail.
S o m e students who com-
mute from nearby towns said
they voted in their hometowns.
Because school started in
late August, freshmen had lit-
tle time to register to vote in
their new campus community
but nevertheless, the vote in
the 3rd Ward was surprisingly
low despite the fact that the
polling booth was in the stu-
dent center, some students are
deputized to register voters
and a UW-Platteville profes-
sor was running for Congress
in the primary.
Expect Bigger Turnout
Election officials and 'mem-
bers of the university commu-
nity expect a larger turnout in
November. Bjarne U 1 l s'v i k,
chancellor of the campus, said
the presidential race would at-
tract more student voters. ln
the spring primary, 450 votes
were cast in the ward.
However, the vote in the
campus ward still could be be-
low the average of the other
wards. The campaign has
aroused little interest here so
far. The Young Voters for the
President on campus consists
of two co-chairmen and two
members so far.
The Democrats have block
chairmen in the campus area
but say their organizational ef-
forts are slow getting off the
The consensus of seven stu-
dent senators at Platteville is
that the light turnout Tuesday
was due to a general lack of
political interest among their
fellow students. They said this
lack of interest in politics was
partly due tothe makeup of
the student body.
In Rural Setting
Half of the students are
drawn from a 50 mile radius of
Platteville. The student sena-
tors suggested that the aver-
age student on this campus in
the rolling farmland of Grant
County was further away and
less bothered by some of the
problems of the world th an
students in larger cities.
There appears to be some
correlation b e tw e e n urban
background and student activ-
ism here. Sixteen of the 17 stu-
dent senators are from metro-
politan areas, beyond the 50
mile radius of Platteville.
T h e student senators de-
-scribed Platteville students as
concerned with getting an edu-
cation and jobs rather than
changing the world.
Lloyd Linden, dean of stu-
dents, agreed. He said the pro-
grams Platteville offered and
the kind of students they at-
tracted were on e reason for
less political activity here than
on many campuses.
Only 49 Votes
"Not m a n y students here
are getting an education for
education's sake," Linden said.
"They all have pretty definite
"Most of our students are
enrolled in special job oriented
courses s u c h as agriculture
and engineering rather than
Jeff Sapinski, a student sen-
ator from Brookfield, Ill., said
that the lack of political activi-
ty was not due to apathy. He
cited the limited financial re-
sources of m-any students and
said, "Politics is a luxury
which some students can't af-
Many Work on Farms
M any students work on
their parents' nearby farms
and commute to school, Sapin-
The senators complained
that the atmosphere of their
campus did notencourage po-
litical activity. They described
the school as striving for rec-
ognition by the standards of
more established universities.
They contrasted this to UW -
Madison, where they believed
students were more radical
and were rejecting some tradi-
tional aspects of campus life.
Fraternities are strong at
Platteville, with nine active
chapters. National fraternities
were allowed on campus sever-
al years ago.
Meanwhile at UW-Madi-
son the number of fraternities
has sunk from an all-time high
of over 90 to below 15.
Got New Stadium
Platteville's football t e a m
has been a powerhouse among
members of the-old State Uni-
versities S y s t e m in recent
years. The school dedicated a
new football stadium this year.
"They worked so hard for
that stadium so they could say
'look here what a great univer-
sity we are,' " said Tony Litt, a
student senator from Wauke-
Another. indicator of t h e
mood at Platteville is the re-
cent establishment of a-n Army
ROTC program here. At a time
when students on many cam-
puses were agitating for the re-
m oval of ROTC from their
campuses, t he students at
Platteville voted in a referen-
dum in favor of bringing ROTC
Ullsvik said one reason for
the light turnout Tuesday was
t h e absence of Republican
races on the ballot.
Ullsvik said there were
strong Republican feelings on
the campus and predicted that
students would vote but that it
would be the president who
would bring them out, not
In the spring primary Mc-
Govern received 223 v o t e s.
The runnerup in the Democrat-
ic race, George .Wallace, re-
ceived 78 votes.
Nixon was unopposed, how-
ever, in the primary.
Several other state schools
have characteristics in com-
mon with 'Platteville, but
Platteville is one of the most
rural in the state and is loca-
ted in one of the most conserv-
ative and most staunchly Re-
publican areas of the state.
The campus will be'a strong
test of the theory that age is a
m aj o r factor in determining
voting behavior and of the ex-
istence of a youth vote.
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LEWIS . . . opening of the coffee house series . . . Instrumentals on guitar and mandolin . . . ballads, folk, and folk-rock . . .
nice for a change to hear the resonance of voice and guitar instead of electronics . . . MEET THE GREEKS . . . booths for
and skits for make believe fun . . . you go to find out about greek letter social organizations . . . if you haven't seen
already to make a decision . . . members of each fraternity and sorority are happy to tell you about their group . . . house
mascot . . . parties . . . functions . . . coat of arms . . . want to try on their mask? . . . KAARLO TUOMI . . . worked for "two
brothers" . . . an underground war being waged between the great powers day and night . . . interesting what the word "intelli-
has come to mean for twentieth century man . . . MAYNARD FERGUSON . . . concert . . . standout trumpet performances
fifteen piece backup group: trumpets, trombones, flutes, sax, electric keyboards and guitar, drums, wood blocks, tamborines,
whatever they could make music with . . . jazz and improvisation . . . exciting sound . . . SIEGAL-SCHWALL BLUES BAND
. . "down home" boogie and blues . . . Corky Siegal - harmonica and showmanship . . . lim Schwall - guitar jams . . . Shelley
'latkin - drums . . . Rollow Radford - bass . . . weekend performance attended by only several hundred . . . musicians will con-
inue to pass the word about playing to bad rooms full of dead people . . . SHRINER PARADE . . . uniformed motorcycle riders
:xecute drills in the street . . . marching bands, clowns create fun for the children as Platteville hosts its first charity football game
. . CANOE TRIPS . . . down the Brule River . . . one of the finest white water rivers in the midwest . . . second trip takes an easy
loute through the Upper Dells area on the Wisconsin River . . . scenery, sunshine, sport . . . VOLLEYBALL MARATHON . . . 48 hours
n cold, rain and hail . . fwest team over east team in a final score of 2,893 - 2,834 . . , RODEO . . . first pioneer rodeo held at Hill
field . . . competition for prize money and points in national intercollegiate rodeo association . . . sponsored by tack and saddle
:lub, sab, and members of the local business community . . . nine events, plus two special events for the city slickers, goat dressing
md calf catching . . .
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. . the first of three homecoming games this season . . . a big start for Buddy Nystrom turns into a big disaster for the Crystal Lake,
iior. Stevens Point . . . another laughter, 51-0 . . .the Pioneers look impressive raising false hopes for the future . . . Band Day
6,666 watches Pioneers roll up 417 yards total offense . . . pint-sized senior halfback Tom Knoble scored three touchdowns . . . Bob
stretches extra point string to 12 . . . Oshkosh . . . Cridders- brought ,down to earth 15-0 . . . a sixth ranked Pioneer team manages
tal yards . . . Bill VanderVelden's brother Tim .rushes for more yards 1551 than total Platteville offense . . . injuries to key personnel
ers further into hole. Whitewater . . . Doomsday defeat to Warhawks, 28-0 . . . second homecoming turns out more than 8,000 fans
ers lose seven fumbles and amass 42 yards total offense . . . 1-2 conference record puts Pioneers out of running. Eau Claire . . . 6-3 F
ts crowning touch to john Barth's Day . . . Director Barth honored for 25 years of service to athletic community ...... Pioneers
lays 901, of the game and scores only touchdown . . . Guy Nelson runs 86 yards with intercepted pass for the victory . . . defense
golds deep in Pioneer territory a half-dozen times . . . Pioneers outgained 482-221 La Crosse . . . Pioneers win first half 13-0 . . . lose
lf 14-0 . . . lose game 14-13 . . . Indians ironically turn six fumbles over to Platteville but only two are cashed in on . . . blocked extra
is the game around . . . loss makes final four games for fun. River Falls . . . Pioneers get it together . . , whip the Falls 26-7 in the
l at Pioneer Stadium . . . Homecoming crowd of over 5,000 watches Pioneers rack up over 400 yards in total offense . . . Mike
nut 12 points on the board with a touchdown pass and run . . . the only thing bad about the day was the weather . . . rain . . . rain
nore rain. Chicago Circle . . . 31-6 . . .-Pioneers rip Chicago Circle . . . one good thing about this late in the year, non-conference
ext year when Pioneers travel to Soldiers' Field fhome of the Chicago Bearsl to play the Circle . . . defense and offense have excellent
. Platteville outgained opponents 442-133 yards . . . Bud Nystrom hit on 10 of 20 passes for 196 yards, five to Mike Perteete for 128
ut . . . hall of fame day . . . couldn't produce a -victory for the Pioneers . . . a fired-up Stout evened the Pioneer conference record
-8 victory . . . Stout put 14 points on the board . . . enough for the victory . . . two senior backs had a fine day for Platteville, Bob
,ch scored the only touchdown and also passed 1,000 yards rushing . . . Tom Knoble, 5'8", 156 pound halfback rushed for 82 yards in
l Knoble became the Pioneers' all time leading rusher earlier in the year . . . a big group of seniors played their last game for the
and should be congratulated on their brilliant four year careers at Platteville. SOCCER . . . loss to Eastern Illinois, 3-1 . . . first match
' . . . they made our only point . . . "room for improvement" booters defeat Rockford College . . . 4-3 squeak through . . . to get the
g . . . penalty kicks . . . Niedziejko against Rockford firing squad . . . "a consistent performance in an inconsistent match" . . . UW-
. . . Second win . . . 6-0 . . . UW-Parkside defeated the booters 2-? . . . questionable referee . . . unexplained penalties . . . over-
UW-Greenbay . . . Homecoming . . . soggy field . . . best performance of the season . . . still dampered 5-0 in favor of Green Bay
eville shuts out Marquette, 2-0 and are boosted to number 2 spot . . . Pioneers lost 7-1 to Lewis College . . . ending the season, losing
V-Green Bay . . . desire and team hustle come through in the end . . . Coach Shroeder . . . "We had our problems . . . we can only
be hopeful." player of the year, Bob Christenson. Terry Hipenberger, most improved
Tom Baker, Frank Pang, all district soccer squad. 'klnvitational Tournament . . . 5-1 c
Bethany Lutheran College . . . frustration upon frustration . . . finally the Pioneer bo
the trend . . . beat Trinton College 'I3-3, although in the losers round. CROSS CO
running, running . . . hours of running . . . true grit . . . the men . . . their coacl
grinding . . . fighting colds. . . up in the morning . . . preparing for Conference re
one that counts . . . settling for second place . . . feeling of accomplishment . . . srl
. . .game with no losses. . .a run for no money. . . running. . . running. . .rum
are rewarded . . . GOLFERS . . . first season of fall golf . . . with three tournaments .
tition there . . . State Universities and Big Ten schools . , . windy days . . . bad shi
playing . . . placed seventh in Parkside Invitational . . . show lots of potential . . .
on a sour note . . . UW-Madison Invitational worst of season . . . winter time to leai
ahead to spring . . . BOWLING Superior , . . finished high in standings . . . LaCrosse
toughest teams . . . Platteville bowlers dropped to second place . . . River Falls . .
. . . Platteville . . . tight ten point race . . . "Token lefty" . . . weekend disaster Plal
ped to third . . . but bowlers improved averages Oshkosh . . . rude hosts, ripped up
and pushed Platteville to fourth place . . . WOMEN'S ATHLETICS . . . a growing adv
budget committee helps with financial boost . . . "finally got our warm-up unifoi
young conference grows . . . not enough students to spread around. Women's field l
third season . . . open triumphantly over Whitewater, 2-1 . . . sticks and stones . . .
tise . . . many first year players . . . continue with a win over UW-Madison . . . a pei
. . . hopes of a perfect season . . . zap . . . tbe winning streak uprooted . . . UVl
wins 5-O . . . season ended . . . a pleased coach Gates . . . among goals next ye
Crosse. Volleyball . . . close games. Basketball 0-5 in the conference. Badminton . . .
played well . . . they beat Madison . . . Gymnastics . . . individuals sport . . . de
victories . . . three Pioneer women sent to the state meet at Oshkosh . . . Debbii
Kathy Fitzgerald place in top five, cleaning up in floor exercises . . . a young team
coach for next year . . . it looks optimistic.
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. . . speaking of male chauvinist pigs . . . Henry Kissinger . . . talks about
political realities . . . paradoxes . . . "campaign is T.V. and T.V. spectacu-
lars" . . . McGovern . . . misread the public . . . Spiro T., "our duty is to be
impatient" . . . Platteville women . . . some professors still don't like them
. . . women's place is . . . happy, cute, helpful . . , someone you can talk
to . . . at . . . hey, I have feelings too . . . QUEENS . . . every girl's dream
. . . poise, beauty, personality, intelligence . . . and competitive . . . hey
ma, look what l got an award for . . . its good public relations . . . a com-
munity service . . . pageant out . . . quiet controversy . . . consciousness
raising at a sorority house . . . among friends, men and women . . . recog-
nition of feelings tempered with facts . . . franchise open until MENC picks
it up . . . beauty-talent contest . . . HOMECOMING . . . "not the best way
to choose," even if you are a winner . . . finalist selection based on parade
before Lettermen . . . Student Senate worked to change rules . . . the Let-
termen threatened to walkout . . . and, "it's only fair to let the status quo
have one last chance" . . . changes . . . the next time around . . . it's an
honor to be a SWEETHEART . . . the one everybody likes . . . decorates the
scene . . . canned ego . . . a tradition . . . and they attract pledges . . .
MISS ALPHA PHI ALPHA . . . the Black women's experience . . . unique
. . . caught up with the pride of being a Black woman.
w my life branching out before
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p the tip of every branch, like a
rt purple fig, a wonderful future
fonedand winked. One fig was
nusbandland a happy home and
children, and another fig was a
frous poet and another fig was a
Flliant professor, and another fig
Ee Gee, the amazing editor, and
other fig was Europe and Africa
South America, and another fig
as Constantine and Socrates and
Attila and a pack of other lovers
l with queer names and offbeat
fessions, and another fig was an
ympic lady crew champion, and
lyond and above these figs were
many more figs I couldh't quite
w myself sitting in the crotch of
is fig tree, starving to death, just
because I couldn't make up my
mind which of the figs I would
bhoose. I wanted each and every
one of them, but choosing one
weant losing all the rest, and, as I
there, unable to decide, the figs
an to wrinkle and go black, and,
one by one, they plopped to the
ground at my feet.
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Gamma, Chris Winkler, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Lou Ann Mc:Nett,
Lambda Sigma Phi, lane Olson, Delta Sigma Phi, Debbie lahn,
Delta Upsilonp Mary Blanke, Alpha Gamma Rho, Susie Olson,
Delta Sigma Phi, missing, Brenda Lewis, Alpha Phi Alpha.
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HOMECOMING EVENTS WINNERS:
Games: Greek Women Greek Men
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2nd - Zeta Tau Omega 8: 2nd - Tau Kapi
Gamma Phi Beta
3rd - Delta Gamma Phi 3rd - Delta
Independent Women Independent Men
lst - Dobson lst - Por
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3rd - Gardner 3rd - Me
Yell-Like-Hell: Greek Independent
lst- Kappa Alpha Sigma 84 lst - Mo
Delta Sigma Phi
2nd - Delta Gamma Phi 81 2nd - Por
Phi Sigma Epsilon
3rd - Gamma Phi Beta 84 3rd - Hug
Alpha Gamma Rho
House Decoration: Greek Independent
lst- Gamma Phi Beta 81 lst- Americz
Alpha Gamma Pho of Civil
Znd - Kappa Alpha Sigma 84 2nd - Roy
Delta Sigma Phi
3rd - Delta Gamma Phi 81 3rd - Hug
Stunt Night: Greek Independent
lst- Kappa Alpha Sigma lst- Dol
2nd - Tau Kappa Epsilon 2nd - Moi
3rd - Alpha Phi Omega 3rd - Port
Floats: Greeks: Independent
lst- Tau Kappa Epsilon lst- Port
2nd - Sigma Pi 2nd - Moi
3rd - Sigma Tau Gamma 81 3rd - Studs
Zeta Tau Omega
lst -- Kappa Alpha Sigma lst - Port
2nd - Tau Kappa Epsilon 2nd - Mor
3rd - Alpha Gamma Rho 3rd - Dob
4th - Gamma Phi Beta 4th - America
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' HOMECOMING I972 . . . something to come back for . . . he
work . . . cooperation on the part of the committee . . . everybo
. . . probably gets together more students with individual intere
and talents than any other event . . . for a week UW-P seems li
an "Ozzie and Harriet" soda sop scene campus . . . razzle daz:
rah rah . . . Mason Proffit . . . one whole set for freein our min
. . . the audience dug it.
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' GREG6 SMITH SINGERS . . . unique, multidimensional
experience . . . live stereo in chorale . . . performed
with great enthusiasm . . . received with even greater
enthusiasm, even from those who came only for the
extra points in music apprec .... ' "THE UNIVERSAL
OPINION OF MY GRANDMOTHER ON A PARAMOUNT"
. . . Gary Allen Breul . . . a comment on the era of Hol-
lywood Dream Merchants . . . written, produced and
performed by "inmates of the theatre asylum at UW-P"
. . . plaudits . . . ' DRUG MARATHON . . . learning to
live. . . for three hours, a minority of UW-P students left
the dream world of college . . . learning to enjoy life
. . . and confronted the reality of life . . . learning that
drugs are only a symptom of a greater problem . . .
through the members of "Marathon." loneliness, fear,
unhappiness . . . The cast, all ex-addicts . . . Marathon
- truth, reality, liberation - Marathon . . . learning to
honestly work out the problems which they face . . . do
you really love someone else . . . The group lives in one
of the seven "Marathon" houses in the East . . . you
don't have to be afraid . . . They share their lives with
each other in mutual respect . . . you are you.
"I can see myself
among the stars
with top hal and tux
as one ofthe
grandchildren. . .
as I see myself
a part of that magic "
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and I am waiting
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of forty musicians using instruments of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries or reproductions of
museum originals . . . music of the baroque masters . . . well disciplined performance warmly
received . . . STOREY AND BURKE . . . complimentary vocal harmony . . . pieces from' varied periods
and locales: bach, early modern and contemporary, city, rural and mountain music . . . acoustic gui-
tar, banjo and fiddle . . . mellow sound . . . BLOODMOBILE . . . a competition here . . . a contest to
see who gives more . . , giving should be free . . . not in exchange . . . for a trophy . . . S.A.B. . . .
an arm of the student center director . . . advise and recommend policies concerning out-of-class-
room programming . . . committees discuss scheduling of events in functional areas: art, concert,
food, forum, movie, recreation and special features . . . initiated to give students more say in what
they are subjected to . . . a vehicle through which much can be accomplished . . . if you ever get up
off your dead-ends and use it . . . do you want to use the tool . . . or be the tool . . .
Baroque Orchestra of Cologne
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submit to BABY-SITTING
RULES and PAY FOR PAST
PLANNING DISASTERS . . . I
"Put the cot out by l0:OO" I
ag' LNIFJ'-L As Food' Committee member, discover plot by McDonal-d's to
Km . faire rover student center 'Food service . . . To your dismay, To
lfwffj NSY hw Q"9UIm0l'I1e"'.5 BEQEFEATER DYNASTY ESTAU LISHED . . , Siclc al Heart and 1 NEXT ,
i-1 sicl: to stomach, you resign post and EAT SH- 1- Q
and styrofoam food . . . JOIN
Meet housing policy Head-
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outrageous rent for closet-
spoce room . . . transcript
held back, reluctantly you
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' continue Education ' , l ,
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' ENTER: Intellectual Environment
Backwoodis Lifestyle and University
Beauracracy soon "SUM YOU OUT"
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world-wide Unemployment I
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"COME HOME AMERICA" must I
wait "FOUR MORE YEARS"
THEM ALL" SE
THE STONE AI
and WIN ELECTION.
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OUT . . . S k Y th I I I RETURN TC
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democratic regime in the statehouse . . . tax relief prom-
ised . . . reorganization and cutback of expenditure . . .
it becomes increasingly clear what "austerity budget"
means to the educational structure, particularly the
newly merged university system . . . larger institutions
seem to receive prime consideration in budget matters
and building funds . . . the much needed life-science
building at Platteville was the number one priority under
the old WSU buildings proposals . . . under merger it has
been dropped to number eleven, and now appears likely
to be dropped from the list entirely . . . the governor has
said that there will be no decrease in the number of fac-
ulty beyond that of normal attrition . . . administrators at
Platteville say that we are likely to lose up to forty-two
faculty members due to elimination of positions neces-
sary to meet reduced fundings
, quality of education
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cost of education will
. . . most probably affected will be junior faculty mem-
bers holding non-tenured positions . . . not the correct
way to go about making the reductions . . . some faculty
are for various reasons no longer competent teachers,
but are and will be maintained on the faculty solely
because they enjoy tenure . . . other junior faculty mem-
bers will be released because they are not tenured, everl
though some are more capable instructors . . . hard t
say what reduced faculty will mean . . . performance i
bound to be effected . . . increased course loads
demand more time expenditure, perhaps less time speni
on preparation and individual work of students . . . stu
dents may have fewer courses to choose from because o
decreased curricula . . . in what departments will th
majority of the reduction be made? will liberal arts suffe
at the expense of technics? perhaps the reduction will b
uniform throughout the various departments . . . but w
doubt that . . . one thing is certain: as students we wil
be the last ones to know . . . routine roundtable discus
sion takes an unexpected turn of direction when som
students really want to talk about residence hall discre
pancies . . . an attempt to get it all out on the table . .
want to talk about it? zero dialogue . . . zero communi-
cation . . . FRUSTRATION . . . the existing channe
proves inadequate . . . defiance . . . dorm occupied a.
some students sit-in all night . . . following mornin
brings the beginning organizational efforts of a STUDEN
COALITION . . . purpose? compilation of grievance
ordered according to priority, gathering of input an
involvement . . . issues are of concern to black an
white students alike, dealing with residence hall environ
ment, social, political and academic aspects of studen
life . . . base of support broadens and list grows . .
reaction: chancellor, rhc and "student" newspaper al
agree that the changes must come through action take
by policy recommending boards and existing governin
units . . . STUDENT SENATE . . . elected governing boar
for the student body . . . formulates and evaluates poli
cies which concern student activities, conduct, and rep
resentation on university committees and boards . .
makes recommendations to chancellor, administrative
officers and faculty senate . . . so far this year, working
on teacher evaluation, birth control pamphlets, voter reg-
istration, attempt at starting coop store, support of
bimonthly students payroll, numerous other projects . . .
lack of communication . . . sad to say, the overriding
thing that comes to mind about ss for first semester is
silence . . . our ss is the silent senate no trust and little
or no input . . . the blame falls about 102 on the sena-
tors and 90? on an apathetic and unmotivated student
political conscience . . . RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL . . .
different committee, same story . . . rhc president bob
schmitz is a tireless worker for the students he repre-
sents: he makes rhc click, when it clicks . . . but a few
can never accomplish what is the responsibility of many
. . . no involvement, no progress . . . as student coali-
tion builds support rhc begins to get more things done
. . . change in mail procedures, expansion of coed
dorms, visitation, alchohol restrictions eased, movable
dorm furniture . . . working on redefinition of ra roles,
communication problems among dorm livers, a voluntary
meal ticket proposal, and many of the grievances . . . all
they need is a little support . . . FACULTY SENATE . . .
nineteen members, six of which are administrators and
four others are department heads . . . ten of nineteen, a
simple majority, which is handy when the administration
wants its way, and it gets its way most often . . . rein-
stated attendance requirements according to instructor
discretion: students once again forced to attend classes
of some incompetent professors . . . upheld policy of
cataloguing library material withdrawals according to
social security numbers . . . motion proposing "open
session" of all committee meetings unless justification is
presented was defeated: right to deal secretly, without
public scrutiny . . . defeated motion to publicize the
visit of system president Weaver . . . will continue to
misrepresent faculty wishes and fail to deal with faculty
problems until such time as it becomes a faculty senate
and not an administrative rubber stamp . . .
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September 15, 1972
Student Senate President
Student Senate Office
I do not believe that it would be in the best interest of either the Student Senate of the
Athletic Department of this institution that I appear at the Student Senate meeting on Tues-
day, September 19. After what has transpired in the last week, I feel it is better for all, that a
cooling off period prevail and that I be given an opportunity after the football season is over,
probably on November 14, to come to the Student Senate and answer any questions or give
any information that the Student Senate members may wish. This has been an extremely tiring
experience for everyone concerned, because as you probably know, everyone wants to give
suggestions but no one wishes to participate in the actual physical working of the facility. In
other words, everyone wishes to be a chief but no one wishes to be an Indian, as the expres-
I had made decisions in regard to the stadium, which I thought were for the best interest of
students and adults alike, but because of a lack of communication between parties con-
cerned, my decisions were changed. There will be an announcement forthcoming in the near
future in regard to the position of the Athletic Director of this institution. I believe there is a
place for student involvement in any facets of a University, but I still think that experience
and maturity should prevail in regard to responsibilities. I have never publicly or individually
criticized any Student Senate member or you as the President. Maybe because of a lack of
communication, some of these things have arisen.
As you probably know, I am very dissatisfied with the approach and so let's just wait until the
football season is over and again, as I stated above, give me an opportunity to talk to the
Director of Athletics
I do not believe it would be in the best interest Cdefined in my termsi of-either the Student
Senate or the Athletic Department of this institution that I appear at a Student Senate meet-
ing at all. After what has transpired in the last week, I feel that it is better for all, that a
cooling off period prevail ad infinitum, and that any information or questions that the Stu-
dent Senate members wish, should be left unanswered. This would be an extremely tiring
experience for everyone concerned, because as you probably know, everyone wants to give
suggestions, but no one will be able to participate in the actual working of the facility. ln
other words, I am the chief and you are the Indians, as the expression goes.
I had made decisions in regard to the stadium, which I thought were for the best interests of
students and adults alike fnote the distinctionl, but because of a lack of communication
between the parties concerned, my decisions were not subject to change. There will be no
announcements forthcoming in the near future in regard to the position of th Athletic Direc-
tor of this institution. I believe there is no place for student involvement in any facet of a
University, and I still think that experience and maturity should prevail in regard to respon-
siblities. I have never publicly or individually criticized any Student Senate member or you as
the President, but maybe because of the lack of communication, some of these things have
As you probably know, I am very dissatisfied with the approach and so let's just wait until the
whole thing blows over, as I stated above. You may give me the opportunity to talk to the
Student Senate, but I shall not accept.
This is not to be construed as a personal attack, but merely points to one instance of an ever-increasing
phenomenon known as executive or administration non-accountability. . . non-availability. . . silence.
Whenever a situation promises to be the slightest bit unpleasant, that situation is eliminated, not
allowed to occur. It will be noted that Mr. Barth never did appear before the student senate as
requested, and as he agreed. It is precisely because of "a lack of communication" that speculations arise
concerning what is really happening, such as the one above.
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'rms chained so that they can see only that which is in front of him. A fire is burning behind him, and between the prisoners and the light is a
a short wall in front of it. Now imagine persons walking back and forth carrying various artificial objects resembling men and other living things
2 one of the prisoners was set free and forced to stand up, turn his head and walk with eyes lifted to the light. All of these movements would be
id he would be too dazzled by the brilliance of the new light that he would be unable to make out the objects whose shadows he had been used
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Mr. Wayne R. Loy
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Dr. Jesse G. Reistein
Dr. Gerald J. Scheppers
Mr. Roy Shaver
Dr. Charles E. Sundin
Dr. David M. Teegarden
Mr. Glen W. Tilbury
Mrs. Betty Wruck
Dr. Keith F. Faherty
Dr. Richard C. Adams
Dr. Kenneth E. Bu!-try
Mr. Walter T. Hannan
Dr. Harold J. Jebens
Mr. William E. Kissner
Earl S. McCullough
Dr. Walter C. Vodrazlca
Dr. Richard A. Wetzel
Mr. Leonard Myers
Mr. James Olin
Dr. Jacques Berloni
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Dr. Glenn Brooks
Ms. Edyfhe Daniel
Mr. Joel Orgill
Mr. Charles Saloulos
Dr. l.. Dale Verfein
Dr. R. K. Woods
Dr. Russell Burger!
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Ms. Judith Moriarty
Mr. Paul Moriarty
Mr. Bryan Scwark
Mr. Roger Seen
Ms. Jean Thomas
Dr. Dawson Trine
Mr. Otto Carothers
Mr. Frankiln Cheek
Mr. Harold Ehret
Dr. Richard Graney
Mr. Merlyn Gray
Mr. Mlliam Hamshire
Dr. Kenneth Kundert
Ms. Susan Larkin
Mr. Milton Mitchell
Mr. Jerry Ohm
Dr. Allan Podbelsek
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Dr. VWlIiam Camp
Dr. Raymond Drake
Mr. Humphrey Gill
Mr. Michael Lillyquist
Dr. David Long
Mr. Joseph Martella
Mn Robert Velzy
Dr. Don Merger
Mr. Roy F. Welsandt
Dr. Reza Rezazadeh
Dr. Pyung Kang
Dr. Bryant Mills
Mr. Arthur Thompson
Mr. Thomas Waters
Mr. Richard Klawiter
Mr. Eugene Rossetti
Ms. Susan Snell
Mr. Lyle Wanless
Dr. Biarne Ullsvik Chancellor Dr. Francis Dunn Vice Chancellor Rosamond R. Jones Associate Dean of
Dr. Harold Beals Assistant Chancellor Business Affairs Students
Student Affairs Drg ,Harold Hutcheson Vice Chancellor Nick Johnasen Associate Dean of
Dr. Milton Linghorn Vice Chancellor Development and Services Students
Academic Affairs Lloyd Linden Dean of Students
Beneath a calm surface, all things are in flux.
Be still for a moment and consider all the changes you've witnessed occur duing the brief four years
that you've been here. Imagine then, what must be the panoramic perspective of a man connected with
UW-Platteville for four decades. As a student, instructor, and administrator, Dr. Milton Longhorn is an
educator in the full sense of the word. His impact on the growth of this university is immeasurable.
With the retirement of Dr. Longhorn at the end of this academic year, we shall experience a void that
can never be filled. '
On the behalf of the student body, past, present, and future, we extend our thanks and gratitude for a
lifetime of dedicated service to Dr. Milton Longhorn, and our best wishes for that which is to come.
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VMAN CENTER . . . catholic community on campus . . . this year, plans for a new center . . . weekend retreats offer a good chance
n contact with self and others . . . quitar masses . . . tuesday topic discussions . . . also involved with the Project Self Help and
ess . . . next year, plans for a new center. CAMPUS MINISTRY making the university a better place to live through . . . personal
ing . . . fireside discussions . . . student suppers . . . preparation for marriage seminars . . . draft counseling . . . open door coffee-
. . community service . . . liaison with the various religious groups on campus and in the village . . . programming in areas of
interest . . . 720 w main is always open when you want someone to talk with . . . or listen with . . . or be with . . . genuine people
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LL At the Dubuque Holiday Tournament the Pioneers played possibly their best basketball of season, at 'this point with an easy
er Dubuque. Platteville executed a zone press for 10 straight points and a 20-10 lead which they never gave up . . . Coach Wade-
n infrequent chance to use his substitutes in the second half and they responded with a 78-45 victory . . . Glover Warfield led
neers with 16 points . . . Playing Loras, center Steve Kundert proved to be too much for Loras as he scored, rebounded, and
hots in leading the Pioneers to a 69-54 victory. Kundert connected on 11 of 16 shots from the field and 6 of 6 free throws for 28
e Pioneers again ran to a 10-4 lead which they never gave up . . . Kundert and Bill Gardner were named to the all tourney team.
ers won their third straight by nipping UW-Parkside 82-78, in overtime. Sophomore Rod Bush put the game into overtime by
jumper with 3 seconds left junior center Steve Kundert hit a career high 35 points and pulled down 16 rebounds . . . Kundert
ayer of the week in the conference for his outstanding play. The cagers up their conference record to 2-1 with a 79-69 victory over
. . . Sloppily played game was all knotted up 38-38 at halftime. Guard Glover Warfield was excellent with 30 points on 14 of 18
and two free throws. At Loras the Pioneers blow a 41-34 halftime lead and fall to Loras 89-71. Two weeks earlier the Pioneers
Loras 69-545 overconfidence may have been their biggest problem. Senior Tom Everson led Pioneers, in loss that dropped season
low .500, with 16 points. He was followed by Kundert and Warfield with 15 and 14 respectively. At Stout the Pioneers lose battle
d place to the Blue Devils, 80-63 . . . Stout took an early lead behind Doug Eha, who hit on 12 of 18 shots and 30 points, and held a
ftime lead . . . Size of Blue Devils wore Pioneers out in second half . . . Kundert led scoring attack with 16 points. At Whitewater
awks jumped to an early 12-2 lead and the Pioneers never got any closer . . . Whitewater held a 4-4-33 lead on their way to a 84-65
. . Sophomore Elmer Polk led the Warhawks with 22 points and Steve Kundert added 23 for the Pioneers . . . Senior Brent Sherry
in with 17 points. january 26, the cagers played an inspired game before losing to the nationally ranked Eau Claire Bluegolds 62-59
ioneers held a 33-30 halftime lead but a basket by Duke Nash with 26 seconds remaining clinched the victory. The loss falthough
ld question my judgementl may turn out to be the best basketball the Pioneers play all year . . . Center Steve Kundert led all scorers
oints and also grabbed off 15 rebounds in the losing effort. The Pioneers play good basketball on the road and beat La Crosse 81 -80
e . . . The game with the Indians was close throughout with the Pioneers holding a 36-35 halftime lead . . . The cagers iced the
freshman lim Gardner's free throw with 5 seconds left giving Platteville a three point lead . . . Senior Brent Sherry was the game's
-corer with 26 points. At River Falls the Pioneers swamp the Falcons 109-65. The game was close until five minutes remained in the
when the Pioneers broke from a 29-27 lead to a 45-33 halftime lead . . . Strong rebounding, a fast outlet pass and uncanny shooting
the cagers to a 25 point lead before the Falcons knew what hit them in the second half. Seven men scored in double figures,
m Everson led them with 17 points . . . The McFarland senior may of had the hottest hand hitting on his last five or six shots
a miss . . . At Stevens Point the Pointers get revenge for early loss to the Pioneers with 74-62 victory . . . The game was Sloppily
with the Pioneers committing several turnovers and too many costly fouls . . . Cagers were out of it at halftime trailing 42-28 . . .
led the scorers with 13 points and sophomore Bill Gardner led rebounders with 12-. . . February ninth found the Pioneers at River
e Pioneers won a close one on the road, 81-80 over the Falcons to up their conference record to 6-5 . . . Cagers took command from
but the Falcons narrowed the gap to six, 45-39 at halftime . . . Platteville led 72-62 only to have Falcons reel off 12 straight points
e a 74-72 lead . . . Steve Mollen of River Falls missed the second of two free throws that would have tied the game with three
left . . . Pioneers had balanced scoring as follows: Kundert 16, Sherry 14, Bill and lim Gardner 13 apiece, and Tom Everson 11. On
' 10, at Superior, the Pioneers raced to a 47-23 halftime lead and coasted in with a 79-58 victory over the Yellowjackets . . . Glover
I and Steve Kundert led the way in the first half with each scoring in double figures . . . the victory raised the cagers season record
and kept their hopes alive for a winning season despite yet having to play the three top teams in the conference. Pioneers come
it not close enough and again fall to the Eau Claire Bluegolds in overtime, 72-66 . . . Eau Claire led at halftime 33-26 and 49-41
through the second half before the Pioneers rallied . . . Platteville then outscored the Bluegolds 12-4 to tie the game at 53-53 . . . A
nt lead and the ball with 19 seconds remaining seemed to spell victory, but a missed layup and two Eau Claire free throws sent the
game into overtime . . . the Pioneers managed only two points in the extra
period compared with eight for Eau Claire . . . the loss dropped Platteville's.con-
ference record to 7-6 . . . After the loss to Eau Claire the Pioneers come back
strong against LaCrosse with a hard fought 73-67 victory . . . the victory although
not for the conference championship helped the Pioneers keep a hold on fourth
place in the State University Conference . . . The game was close throughout
with Platteville holding a two to six point advantage . . . Steve Kundert and Glo-
ver Garfield led the scoring with 19 and 1.8 points respectively . . . February 21,
at Stout, the Pioneers get blown out early against the Blue Devils and lost to
Stout, 80-69 . . . Stout held a 44-32 halftime advantage and ran to a 25 point lead
in the second half before the Pioneers rallied . . . the loss dropped the cagers
conference record to 8-7 . . . Freshman Steve Krebsbach flipped in 19 points to
lead the Pioneer attack . . . The Pioneers end season with a 67-62 loss to White-
water . . . The Warhawks jumped to an early lead and stretched it to 11, 40-29 at
halftime. The Pioneers fell 18 points down before they rallied to within four late
in the game Platteville was led by junior Steve Kundert with 16 points . . . Greg
George, Glover Warfield, Tom Everson, and Brent Sherry played their last game
for the Pioneers. The cagers finished in fourth place in the conference with an 8-
8 record and also split their 24 game season schedule . . . WRESTLING y. . . jeff
jorgensen, Wayne leidy and Steve Piddington . . . the names of the Pioneer's
national qualifiers . . . but it wasn't enough . . . the wrestlers finished eight . . -.
they put up a fight . defeating several teams in dual meets that finished
ahead of them in the conference final . . . just hope next year is better . . .
SWIMMING . . . a team of freshmen . . . in a sport where freshmen are at their
peak . . . but not for the Pioneers . . . freshmen plus a junior and two seniors
took seventh in the conference . . . but in dual meets, teams like'River Falls,
Superior, Loras, Stevens Point and the Illinois Institute of Technology fell to the
butterfly stroke of Captain Terry Healless and the stamina of Charley Fisher . . .
the record - seven .wins and seven losses. GYMNASTICS . . . a group with
promise . and youth . Q L but on the whole too inexperienced . . . top per-
formers for the year were Kieth Bocek and Tim Brennan. ICE HOCKEY . . .
thanks to the determination of jeff "Beaver" Sapinski . . . ice hockey returns to
the Platteville campus . . . although unchartered by the athletic department . . .
it managed to play against other college teams . . . for the "love of sport" . . .
which is what it's all about . . . INTRAMURALS . . . weekend warriors and back-
seat quarterbacks tw it on their own . . . attracts many . . . men and women
. . . women and men . . . get it together in football and basketball, volleyball,
water basketball and tennis and pingpong . . . happy go lucky fno bitchingj
most of the time . . .
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mime . . . comic improvisations . . . they took the cue from you . . . did
scene . . . some gay pieces . . . got a little gross and some people walked oi
. . . whiz kids . . . blew james gang off the stage last time they were here .
'n roll . . . boogie . . . more rock 'n roll . . . more boogie . . . broom hoc
the patio rink . . . common sense should have told you to keep the beer ana
key bottles off the ice . . . if one had broken . . . unlimited use
amusement and recreational pastimes in the game rooms went over well i
ville students . . . all-school social events just don'.t go over like they used
suggest next year the thing is better planned to suit today's student, or spe
money elsewhere . . . CARLSON AND GAILMORE . . . coffee house . . . mL
performances are tailored to the audience and the room they are workin
because of sno-din, coffee house was shuttled to the rendezvous bar . . .
was noisy and inconsiderate to the performers and those of us who came tu
. . . Carlson and Gailmore were not too happy about it and told us so, not t
to do so this year either . . . whereupon the mob rang for more swill, clanke
glasses together and continued their decibel ten raucous bar room antics ar
versations . . . performers switched from the mellow instrumentals and voc
mony pieces they had been doing to tavern tunes and bubblegum schti
crowd called for . . . crowd ate it up . . . they ripped off and you didn
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Peace with honor
a peace that lasts. . .
a peace that builds . . .
january 27, 1973
The right kind of peace.
WEAVER . . . the apparition . . . rescheduled from november for reasons not explained . . . "I see the
of Madison as a way to improve communications between the central administration and the many seg
the state-wide system created by merger of the former University of Wisconsin and the former Wiscor
Universities System." . . . meeting with the chancellor and executive committee . . . luncheon with the
open-to-the-public question and answer session was recorded for posterity on VTR . . . also so we cot
it again and try to find out just what it was that he said . . . the one - two - three - four, count
questions submitted by the faculty senate were "answered" . . . to few people's satisfaction . . . seve
tions from the floor were fielded in like. manner. . . President Weaver comported himself like the polit
he is . . .end of "state visit". . . FRANK SPEISER . . . did Lenny Bruce . . . his material , . . his mannei
his story . . . the problem of art vs obscenity brought out into the open . . . right up onto our stages
our courts where it had to be dealt with . . . a man who fought our battles . . . we owe him a great
which we repaid, as with most of our saviours, by killing him . . . Speiser as Bruce did an excelle
capturing the man . . . drew hilarious laughter . . . hushed slience when the material struck too clo
bone . . . urge all to check into Bruce's life . . . he tells you much about himself . . . yourself . . . ot
MUSIC BY THREE . . . Rolf Schulte . . . violinist . . . displayed remarkable assurance . . . secure technic,
fine sensitivity to the sense and style of the music . . . Nobuko Imai . . .violist . . . technical facility ar
. . . concentrated on interpretation and freedom . . . all the shadings of color that the instrument can
. . . jonathan Abramowitz . . . cellist . . . virtuosity . . . a dynamic artist . . . rich, full-bodied tone
expressive . . . temperament to burn . . . EDMONDS AND CURLEY . . . a packed south commons . . .
free admission brings a crowd . . . we laugh at ourselves . . . fennimore in the spotlight . . . "what's
more?" . . . comedy is basically midwestern . . . simple, not too sophisticated . . . a vaudeville type
situation humor. . .A DOLL'S HOUSE . . . pioneer players . . . Henrik lbsen's commentary on the lot 0
woman as wife . . . an excellent choice of material by the drama department . . . Patti Gibson delive
ished performance as Nora . . . Bob Kundert as Torvald shows his experience in theatre . . . Doug S
plays a Smedborn role . . . Garry Allan Bruel - sinister . . . another fine production . . . THE BIRDS . .
phanes frevj . . . a comic dream to please and entertain the audience . . . bored with Athens, Pithetz
Eulipide found a new city among the birds . . . Cloud Cuckooland . . . they are soon beset by the very I
that they would evade, a poet, a seeress, an investigator and a lawyer . . . National Players turn a bril
formance . . . funny . . . delightful . . . characterized by movement, grace and harmony . . . pat on bat
who sponsored the production . . . BRIT HUME AND CARL BERNSTEIN . . . filled in for lack Anderson,
hospitalized . . . "the government wants us to believe that secrecy is good for us" . . . gov't pressure oi
ists . . . reporter's right to protect his sources . . . sketches the washington press corps as "a timorou:
groupies and camp followers who follow the almighty for pronouncements" . . . just stand by and w
your first amendment rights will one by one disappear . . . nixon administration vs the media . . .
MOTITAL . . . three day yoga workshop . . . explanation and practice of yoga postures and technil
meditation . . . discussion of the philosophy of yoga . . . exercise . . . do you take as much care with y
and body as you do with your car . . . some came because it's currently a fad . . . they have already lai
their previous desultory habits . . . those who haven't, how you doin'? . . . BOONE'S FARM . . . zero I
name originality . . . but one of the few groups to get the people up off the floor this year . . . hard ro
. . . much spirit generated . . . a most enjoyable evening . . . thanx Nantell . . . UNITED COUNCIL . .
tion asks central administration and the governor to investigate the administration at Platteville conce
academic dismissal of several black students following the fall semester . . . faculty senate moves to ft
own subcommittee to look into the matter . . . an article appears in the Milwaukee Sentinel . . . son
people affected were active in the student coalition for grievances . . . they put the needs of studer
getting grades . . . some things will surface . . . others will not . . .
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Papa he told me his opinion
about everything, and so I had
the same opinionsg and if I dif-
fered from him I concealed the
fact, because he would not have
liked it. He called me his doll
child, and he played with me
just as I used to play with my
HELMER. What sort of an expression is
that to use about our mar-
Iundisturbedj I mean that I was
simply transferred from Papa's
hands to yours. You arranged
everything according to your
own tastes, and so I got the
same tastes as you - or else I
pretended to. I am really not
quite sure which - I think
sometimes the one and some-
times the other. When I look
back on it it seems to me as ifl
have been living here like a
poor woman - just from hand
to mouth. I have existed merely
to perform tricks for you, Tor-
vald. But you would have it so.
You and Papa have committed a
great sin against me. It is your
fault that I have made nothing
of my life.
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Platteville when you wal
the Student Union," Bell
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and sorority chicks. In an
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IIBACKZET -lastlyeafs' team was led by co-captains
Mikewglferteetez-and' Mark' "Hefty . . .fpioneersf seemed to
mLieEiwbetteE5uts,icle3Qfan .indoors . consistent perform-
'ancegfby Dan Hennafin the high indwlows hurdles . . .
Hefty, in the high jurnp . . . Perteete in the 60 and 100
yardfggashesw. , Vinnie Lease, set a new school record for
titjitge-dl af559:47.1' . . Tim Fender in the
long and tiple. jumps 5' . . hrghpgmt .of the season, came at
' thefState Conference Meet at Rivera Falls .ir . Platteville
avenge, and jyadqedeszgsecontgfa third, 3 a fourth, 3
' fifths and Zsixths . ij: long jump team of' Dave Sodomore,
Tim, Welsch fand Steve .Hill totalled ,62'11" to win that
,es . .. . Melvin, Brugezwelsch, Chuck Voight and
Dan HenneV?Won'the low hiirdle shuittle in :54.6 . , . TEN-
NISI . . UW-P's tennis team had only three :returning let-
,terrqen when Coach Vradenberg took over from Chuck
Wbwygshel iafteigone yQar's leave ofmabsence . team was
fheided hyfsiinior Kaitl Jacobsen, junior Gene Race, sopho-
more 'Bob .Mortenson and talented walk-on Larry Trine
. .NiJgcoibse31f1andgTrLrle proceeded to be the most consist-
ent'5playersWiilu,rihgide season . . . although the pioneers
played some-jgood tennis, the overall record was poor, as
thegteam ended theiseason with a Z3 and 6 mark . . . a
beforeithe c6hferencq5fina,ls,ltgp player Karl lgcob-
sen was forced to leave the team'for academic reasons
andfthe hopes for as-snong finish were dealt a deadly blow
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hobipifchidgispellehadoom for the pioheers last spring . . .
the lEBQm.i3N8.S hindered frizm ,the start of the season
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Q . 'hardly,any5practig:g?.outsidee. . .
'vygitheiineiler ,seerrredto clear' gp 'forithe pibneersf and at
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son, A. Winer, M. Hefty, B. O'rourke, P. Lund, M. Perteete, S. McCarthy, C. Running, S. Hills, A. Klein and D.
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NTEREST . . ., BlackiCommunityStudent Alliance. . .originally known as the Ebony organization which was established in 1968. . .
e Black Community and Student Alliance in 1972 . . . designed to unify the black community by maximizing the university's
to the black community . . . promoting self-determination, academic and social mobility, personal and cultural awareness . . .
uch activities as poetry readings. Black History Week, Halloween flicks and a fashion show. Association of Women Students . . .
women students at Platteville . . . bridal affairs . . . sponsors sister weekend . . . "ice cream thing." University Fliers. . . an eight
rganization . . . owns its plane which helps to reduce flying instruction costs . . . holds annual flour sack drop and spot landing.
b . . . provides instruction for an art . . . demonstrates karate for organizations . . . Midwest tournament competition. Color
. organized in the fall of 1971 . . . enthusiastic coeds considered unit of the marching band, yet function as an independent
on. International Students . . . provides a social atmosphere for the international students . . . sponsors World Night . . . Interna-
per. Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship . . . an interdenominational organization which is student led . . . a goal of becoming
s and finding out how Christ has a role in one's life . . . promotes group and campus activities . . . daily prayer meetings, Bible
d dorm discussion. Committee for the Advancement of Non-communication . . . disorganized mass . . . promotes distrust and
ong students . . . based primarily on misunderstanding . . . attracts all of us, sometimes . . . growing in proportion to ego-trip-
le K, . . a service group . . . at Platteville since 1962 . . . visit with the elderly . . . hold multiple sclerosis drive. Rangerettes . . .
nthusiastic pom-pom girls . . . good public relations . . . perform at athletic events. Lutheran Collegians . . . concerned with the
ent of Christian faith among college students through a program of Christian service . . . participates in various activities such as
l sports, banquets, and canvassing for Lutheran churches . . . host for the National Lutheran Collegians' Convention. Tack and
. began in 1969 . . . promotes interest in horses and horsemanship . . . sponsors trail rides, horse clinics, and intercollegiate rodeo.
wim Club . . . organized in 1970 with the purpose of improving swimming abilities, getting exercise, and recreation . . . learn
d swimming and stunts . . . perform in annual Spring Swim Show. Gleemen . . . New Orleans, Kansas City, Denver, Colorado
nd St. Louis singing tours . . . vocal favorites ranging from Back to the Carpenters . . . part of a long tradition of gleemen.
Clee . . . present four concerts during the year . . . "Pops" concert features choreography combined with jazz combo . . . wide
singing experience. University Singers . . . annual tours and on campus performances . . . major choral works . . . composed of
Ealists. Cheerleaders . . . rah rah . . . apatheticcrowds. Women's Recreation Association . . . one of the charter members in 1946
otes fellowships and sportsmanship among uw-p women . . . sponsors annual play-day for high school girls and an annual awards
SUBJECT MATTER. Agricultural Educational Society. . ,organized in 1968 for students in agriculture education . . . aids in the prepa-
students as vocational agriculture teachers . . . sponsors at F.F.A. parliamentary procedure workshop . . . provides judges for the
strict and sectional F.F.A. contests . . . annually award plaque to an outstanding agriculture education alumnus. Agri-business and
. Club . . . founded in the spring of 1971 . . . intended to broaden the interest in agribusiness and ag-economics . . . sponsors
field trips, and debates . . . hosted a political debate on farm issues. American Institute of Mining Engineers . . . promotes interest
ning profession . 1 . sponsors field trips every semester . . . hears speakers in the mining field . . . obtains summer jobs for mining
s in profession . . . active in intramural sports . . . Platteville Student Chapter of Data Processing Manager Association. . . originally
iuter science club founded in 1970 . . . presents interesting topics and experiences beyond the computer science classroom material
egiate Agriculture Association . . . promotes social, cultural, parliamentary and professional training, as well as other interests in the
igriculture. sponsors Farm Work Day and F.F.A. judge Day . . . participates in Platteville's Dairy Day . . . American Society of Civil
s. . . founded in 1852 . . . won the 1972 Ridgeway Award, which is awarded to the most active A.S.C.E. chapter in the U. S. . . . has
with professional engineers . . . promotes training and leadership necessary to the practicing engineer. sponsors a car wash, road
icrete canoe race, a turkey raffle and the Miner's Ball . , . traditional lighting of the "M" . . . Geography Club . . . helps students
nterest in geography and their environment to get together and exchange ideas as well as have a good time . . . sponsors weekend
ts, horseback riding, canoe trips and picnics . . . offers free tutoring in geography to any student who needs it . . . Elementary
junior High Club . . . provides social, educational and professional opportunities for students in elementary education . . . sponsors
sional speakers with topics pertinent to future teachers . . . National Association of Homebuilders . . . new organization on cam
furthers association with contractors . . . offers lectures, seminars in its field . . . Industrial Education Association . . . originated in 1
semi-professional organization at aiming at the betterment of its members in the field of industrial arts ...' it attempts to acq
members with the opportunities in the field of industrial arts education and to stimulate an interest in the field through various a
. . . sponsors lab activities, field trips to industries and speakers from the industrial field . . . Geology Club . . . acquaints studegl
geology as a specialization . . . guides professional development . . . promotes awareness of current geology research . . . Math
provides relaxed and informal relationships between the math department, faculty and students . . . won 1971 Kiwanis Blood Donor
. . . activities include bi-monthly meetings, Christmas Party and Banquet . . . Lambda Alpha Epsilon . . . a fraternal yearling at Plattev
designed to foster understanding between the educational and professional agencies of criminal justice . . . hosted Lambda Alpha
regional meeting last year . . . sponsored a seminar on organized crime and planned a booth on drug awareness on law this May. .
Foreign Language Club . . . promotes a better understanding of the languages and people of the world . . . sponsors the foreign film
. . . Music Educator's National Conference . . . chief undertaking is the all school music spectacular this spring . . . picked up the fr
for the Beauty Pageant . .A . open to all music majors and m.inors . . . Mu Beta . . . a new fraternity for professional engineers . . . pi
fellowship and professional development among engineering students . . . Women's Physical Education Major-Minor Club . . . for
1970 to broaden knowledge of physical education areas . . . sponsors speakers, field trips, alumni luncheon, and correspondence new
for alumni and the club . . . attended the National convention in Minneapolis . . . Political Science . . . focuses on extracurricular
sion of the principles, organization and methods of government . . . amnesty debate . . . stresses involvement in political activity as t
way to understand political science . . . "Walk for Peace" . . . Psychology Club . . . provides learning opportunities for psychology
and minors . . . sponsors career program, graduate school program . . . Grant County Hospital Volunteers Program, and student advi
the counseling center program . . . sends delegates to Mental Health Association Convention . . . has a spring picnic . . . Society ofi
Technology . . . designed to promote interest in medical technology . . . makes information available so that members become acq
with the profession and required training . . . has a career program which brings associated hospitals to Platteville to meet the stude
Pioneer Players . . . "The clowns at homecoming" . . . at Platteville since 1938 . . . purpose, to further interest in drama . . . Soil Cc
tion Society. . . advance knowledge of soils . . . promote conservation . . ,. sends representatives to the Wisconsin Student Chapterf
ing . . . compete in National Soil judging contests . . , HONORARIES . . . Screw. . . Alpha Zeta. . . received national charter in 1?
promotes agriculture, scholarship and a spirit of fellowship . . . sponsors Outstanding Service to Agriculture Award, and Agri-Career
Day . . . offers a tutoring service . . , assists College of Agriculture with banquets and high school judging contests . . . Alpha Psi
. . . honorary theatre fraternity . . . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . recognizes academic achievement of women in their freshman year of
. . . offers tutoring service . . . Beta Gamma Rho . . . consists of business, economics and accounting majors . . . organized in 196i
Key Club, became BGR in 1966 . . . helps promote interest in business and related areas . . . sponsors various speakers throughout t
and a trip to the Twin Cities this spring . . . Chi Epsilon . . . an engineering honor fraternity. . . provides assistance in the developmi
broad engineering program . . . provides tutoring for those in engineering . . . conducts a survey of engineering alumni and acts in 2
number of public relations activities . . . Kappa Delta Pi. . . encourages scholastic excellence in teacher education. . . the Iota Rho +
originated in 1962, offers annual scholarship to an outstanding sophomore student in the college of education . . . sponsors prograr
leaders in the field of education . . . Epsilon Pi Tau . , . has an eleven year history on UW-P campus . . . is affiliated with the sc
lndustry and its related fields . . . annually compiles an information booklet on the School' of lndustry and what it has to offer . . . C
Delta Epsilon . . . an honorary society in economics . . . stresses participation and discussion in areas of economic importance anc
ties between faculty and students . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . honors freshmen with a grade point average of 3.5 or better . . . offers free t
in the many academic areas.
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, Cindy Reynolds, Bill Hein, Gary Somogji. 3rd row: john Melvlahon lSecretaryl, ludy Pett, Paul Rieder, Liz Nooyen, Ken Gay Nice Presidentj, Midge Gill
SOBRENA - Front row: julie Weisner, Anne Kinney, Debbie Nevel, Barb Cnare, Randi Gallaher, Wanda Spraggon, Cindy Strieff, Connie Bussian, Doug Bussi
Saeger. 2nd row: Tony Litt, Nancy Pagel, Nancy Brodt, Melody Wabl, Betsy Peaslee, Wynae Kinneston, Barb Check, Bonnie Hartman.
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yellen Kosek, Deb Gutheil, Linda Schoenauer, Kathie G
UNIVERSITY SINGERS - Front Row: judy Heinrich, Kristi Skalet, Dona jahn, Holly Meyer, Monica Herbers, Donna Van Bogaert, Lynne Zegarowica, Diane Dorn
Schalmo, Helene jenner, Pam Kintz, Doreen Burris, Stephanie Scheer, Polly Pohl, janet Tonn, Linda Scoenauer, julie Fenske. Row 2: Nancy Rule, Patricia Burl-
Anderson, Katie Nye, Susan jorenby, Ellen Ullsvik, Tara Dabson, Mary Russell, Vicki Morg, Cindy Mink, Debbie Gutheil, Karma Turner, Valerie Beighley, Diane I
Karen jones, Brenda Martin. Row 3: Robert Martin, Robert Spargo, Richard Hipenbecker, Arthur Hintz, Dennis Washa, Roger Trader, Doug james, john Putnan
Burris, jerry Brewer, jarns Wyss, Robert Stone, Thomas Thrun, Robert Kundert, Larry Xluncass, Verlyn Raudt, Terry Dillon, Gerald Darrow.
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nieder, Nancy Harrington, lean Beadle, Melinda Langbehn. Row 3: Pam Lillemon, Debby Block, Anna Carroll, Gail Leannais, Maureen Clark, Sharon Urbanowski,
nine Anderson, Dawn Swiggum, Gini Moore, Cathy Osweiler, Shelley jones, Kay Sorenson.
Front row: Kathy Hazen, Joan Carlin, Dawn Goldthorpe, Sybil Vertein, Sandy Mathis, Randi Gallagher, Judy Tracy, Diane Stich, JoAnne Spensley, Christy Griffiths. l
Budde, Barb Cnare, Vicki Rebman, Judy Donahoe, Beth Droessler, Karen Benzschawel, Carol Johnson, Kathy Ernst, Pam Kintz. Row 3: Wynnae Keniston, Jara Humbi
Brancel, Marge Gaydos, Holly Cartier, Melody Wahl, Becky Coy. Row 4: Mary Miller, Janel Faherty, Linda Terrill, Nancy Brodt, Jeannie Wiedenbeck, Jeanne Rentmee:
Mullikin, Betsy Gundlach, Jan West, Linda Joachim, Deb Hirsbrunner, Sharon Schnabel, Mary Womack, Carol Yahnke.
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Richard Wetzel IAdvisorl, Gerald Hendricks, fPresidentl, Tom
Anion Nice Presidentj, David Pantzlaff ITreasurerI, Gregory
I Schroeder ISecretaryJ, William Kissner fAdvisorJ.
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Winter, Larry Ellis, john Fillioh, Mike Kasten, Stephen Kreuser, Kathy McGinnis.
2nd rowf james Dickinson, Robert Arnold, Ed Fidler, G ry Wagner, Thomas '
Welch, Michael Kreuser, Richard Freese, Dennis Kief. 3rd row: Rynie Foss, David
Brown, lim Daber, Gary Novey, Patrick Schlosser, Patrick Bergeman, john Smythe.
4th row: Brent Sherry, Dan Brazys, Rick Wallander, Robert Gundlach, jim Chu-
brilo, Dan Winkler, Wayne Skow.
ELEMENTARY IUNIOR HIGH CLUB - Front row: Bill Kline,
nick, Ellen Gutvveiler, Susan Foley, Marilyn Hum
ing, Dianne Tracy, Kathy Rue, Sherry Hartwig, lulie Moore,
Bob Currer, Dan
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Goss, Monte Muller.
Ramirez, Pat Cowlin
Park ns, Robert Stone, Deborah Bittner, Fred Soward, Doug Neverman,
Mueller, Claude M. C
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For meritorious service through their leadership to the University of Wisconsin - Platteville . above
beyond . . . around . . . and through the Establishment . . . the following people were screwed
during the 1972-1973 academic year . . . membership in the Order of the Silver Screw is open to all of
the academic community . . . male . . . female . . . or otherwise .
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ALPHA ZETA - Front row: Lynn Paulson Riar, David Vinger, Kenneth Gay, Dean A. Houlberg, Charles Brandt, Dennis G. Bailey, jerry Swain, john T. Mlsna. 2nd row
john D. Dorshorst, Carl B. Babler, Davis Anderson, Ken Von Ruedon, Ron Suda, Kenneth Whitmore, james Huilman, Steve Kolar.
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA - Front row: Kathy McDonald Mary Heiar,
Patt Delker, Marsha
ALPHA PSI OMEGA - Front row: Ann Williams,
y lo Alt,
e Bass, M
ssey, Rose Ellen Schnei
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ibson. 2nd row: Dr.
Rubin, Ann Shadamen, Judy Gehin, Meli
as Collins, Gary
Lytle, Barb Teasdale, Suzanne
ll, Bob Knutson.
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nis Knutson lFaculty
Barb Teasdale, Caro Yahnke, lane Teasdale, Norm Gentry
ntl Terry Chappel.
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Litchfield, Sharyl Wallace, Kathleen
Peto, Tom Bartz David
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w: Dr. Vertein fCoun
Donald, Roxanne Sward.
Richard Wandschneider, David
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OMICRON DELTA EPSILON - Front row: Barb Teasdale. 2nd row: Terrence L. Roth-
mann lPresidentj, Gerald Whalen Nice Presidentj, Dennis Niebuhr fSecretaryj, jim
Hartz lTreasurerj. 3rd row: john L. Bungum fAdvisorj, K. Al Yasiri fAdvisorj, joshua F.
Omicron Delta Epsilon
PHI ETA SIGMA - Front row: Thomas Aderman, Greg Maslowski, Denni
William johnson. 2nd row: Reid Peot, Kurt Nordness, Al Kolba, Steve
Phi Eta Sigma
EXPONENT . . . a weekly publication . . . took a conservative turn this year . . . the voice of the administration . . .
chief leads a continuing battle against suitcasers . . . this was an election year? . . . excellent make-up . . . heavy sports
. . . some rather tasteless advertising . . . not quite the rag some students want . "troubled times" . . . SWEETWATER
. . the literary magazine . . . new ideas along with the name change . . . but where is it? editor Randy Bilof under fire
-what can he do with no cooperation . . . publication problems . . . next year . . . not likely . . . the GEODE . . . "voice
Lgineersn since 1925 . . . new darkroom offices . . . but nothing new in format . . . itinerary of engineering professional
I groups . . . technical articles . . . employment offers and placement . . . engineers own cheesecake layouts, the Geode
. YEARBOOK . . . budget, budget, who controls the budget? . . . threats of being cut . . . does it really matter? . . . shift
ilitional perspectives . . . we forgot the chancellor's message . . . photography makes it . . . copy adds . . . WSU-P RADIO
'our air since '64 . . . an important part of platteville . . . something for everyone . . . "where it's at" . . . new and varied
ning including live broadcasts . . . mwf "presentation" . . . controversy attempts to communicate issues . . . professional
ett, Hess, Tessmer, Delker, Charles, Henderson, Roadrunner, bozos all . . . thanks for the tunes . . . who else can you call
1 the morning? CHANNEL 5 . . . pioneer television . . . beginning to get it together. . . some new equipment- some
wnique . . . more experienced . . . programming beginning to diversify . . . on campus . . . psa and ed programs . . .
:ook . . . outstanding news and election coverage . . . controversy provides forum . . . congrats to station mgr. Rosenthal
lty advisor Bench . . . MEDIA . . Q. dissemination of all information or a public relations device? . . . in essence their aims
ie identical . . . in practice they are often quite different animals . . . purpose? . . . to reduce misunderstanding. . . build
when it is deserved . . . stimulate interest . . . secure support . . . to give the public a true account of stewardship . . .
characterized by the highest ethical standards of honesty, truth and fairness . . . should not be used to cover up mistakes
void unpleasant publicity. . . to deceive in any way. . .TELL lT LIKE IT IS . . .
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Dave Faradv Ellen Rueter
Larry Dawson Norm Kucera Linda Carnehl Sy Miller
Dale Birkholz lean Hovey
SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS the
Greeks . . . another category . . .
"we're all just people" . . . akin to a
religion . . . a way of life . . . maybe
just a part of it . . . always topical
. . . just ex-independents . . . "buy
their friends". . . keep traditions
alive . . . nonsense and nostalgia . . .
involved in campus events
homecoming, bloodmobile, sno-din
. . . population problems . . . on a
down cycle . . . needs revamping
. . . four sororities and ten fraterni-
ties . . . greek life in Platteville, Alpha
Gamma Rho . . . "the Aggies" . . .
youngest national fraternity on cam-
pus . . . recognized as one of the
strongest chapters in the nation . . .
open pledging . . . Butter Run . . .
lighting of the "A" . . . involved in
rodeo, homecoming, intramurals,
M.E.N.C .... Pancake Supper. Alpha
Phi Omega . . . stresses service, but
social too . . . provides ambulance
service from health center to local
hospital co-sponsors Christmas
canned food drive . . . work with Boy
Scouts . . . supported Student Archa-
elogists with money from "Ugly Man
Contest." Alpha Phi Alpha . . . " 'Pro-
ject Overdue' . . fre-examining the
Black Consciousness . . . discussion
of basic problems of being a black
student at Platteville and helpful attitudes to solve those problems . . . new approaches to freedom" . . . helped ther
"what the deal is" . . . sponsored a weekend for high school youths from Chicago . . . sponsored Miss Alpha Phi Alpha
heart Pageant. Delta Gamma Phi. . . "the D.G.'s" . . . first year in present house . . . involved in social and service asp
community . . . boasts many campus beauties. Delta Sigma Phi. . . "Think Big, be a Delta Sig" . . . oldest national fratei
campus . . . Edie first lady of the house . . . house became officially theirs in january. Delta Upsilon . . . "the Unpledg
promotes friendship, development of character, diffusion ,of liberal culture . . . stresses scholarship . . . participates in ir
rals. Gamma Phi Beta . . . only national sorority on campus . . . "the Real Thing" . . . co-sponsors annual kick-off dar
welcomes women in dorms by making their beds . . . babysits for hospital auxiliary at Christmas . . . placed first in bee
ing contest. Kappa Alpha Sigma . . . spirited girls in burgundy . . . a sorority that's changing . . . "loyalty always, sist
forever" . . . first sorority to win over-all in greek division for homecoming . . . promotes better relations between con
and campus. Lambda Sigma Pi . . . "the jocks" . . . host annual motorcycle scramble in fall. Phi Sigma Epsilon . . . the
fraternity at UW-P . . . moved this fall to Longfellow Manor . . . active in homecoming and sno-din . . . held annual Cr
for less-privileged children. Sigma Pi . . . "fraternity of many firsts" . . . founded nationally on april 11, 1970 . . . di
university mascot Pioneer Pete . . . smaller this year but closer knit . . . active in homecoming, sno-din and M.E.N
traditional pledge paddle watch in student center . . . beach party. Sigma Tau Gamma . . . "Something to Give" . . . fr
in 1965 . . . Chapter of the Year Award dedicated to memory of brother and friend Ron Schomberg . . . provides and 1
ages activity in university life . . . homecoming . . . intramural, greek and over-all football champs . . . civic fund-rais
community projects . . . strive to be competitive. Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . "Teke is Unique" . . . famous for homecoming
. . . sponsor powder puff olympics for women . . . Public Service Weekend. Zeta Tau Omega . . . "the Milk Drinke
stresses service and social aspects of sorority life . . . youngest sorority on campus . . . first to open their house to coef
. . . I.G.C.C. . . . four sororities and ten fraternities work to increase growth in a shrinking greek community . . . Vets O
provides returning vets with means of expression and adjustment . . . social functions include Christmas Military Ball anc
Banquet . . . perennial contenders in the campus intramural programs . . . offer scholarships each semester to mem
academic excellence and involvement in club functions . . .
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7st row: Charlie
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Tom Friar, Dennis Valsted,
Paul Onan, Norbert Schleicher.
Mulligan, Greg Nelson,
First row: Dr. Robert Campbell 1AdvisorJ, Mrs. Peterson fHousemotherJ, Dr. john Cottingham fAdvisorJ. Second row: Cyril Deitelhoff
fReporterJ, john Elvekrog fTreasurerJ, john Krueger lNoble Rulerl, Ken Von Rueder fUsherJ, Tom Pederson Nice Noble Rulerl, jerry
Goetsch lChaplainJ, Dick larvis CSecretaryQ, Dan Matthias lAlumni Secretaryj, Ken Gay lHouse Managerj.
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Charlie Brant l
Cyril Deitelhoff lol
Don Drewitz C.:
Ken Gay Bc
Keith Haldiman Fr.
George Koerner Scc
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1 Al lerkens
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1 Greg Kolb
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lSecretaryJ, Bhagwon Motwoni fTreas.l, Dean
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1st row: Priscilla Lawhorn, Gregory George Ill, Brenda Lewis, Glover Warfield, Cleo
Burns. 2nd row: Paul Hall, Nate jenkins. 3rd row: Leroy Green, George Balantine, Vernal
Taylor, William Hubbard, Chuna Ahwaiko.
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President of Public Relationsj, Patti Leehan lPres.J, Anna Carroll lRecording Secretaryi, Barb
Doonan Nice-President of Financej, Lou Ann McNett lCorresponding Secretaryj.
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Vice-President of Finance ..i
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Crouch, Steve Hudson, Dick Sayers, Steve Munson, Dean Schoenke, row: Reid Peot, jim Schultz, Phil Moffett, joseph Weber.
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Bisbee, Tom Fisher, Dennis Grashorn, Jerold Kruse, Greg Scholl, Brad Smith, Ted Bushkopf, Stan Piepenburg, Rich Vollmer iPres,j, Pat
Lent, Dave Enneder iRecording Sec.J.
Back of Bar: Steve Cochems, George Albanese. Front: Bob Bencini,
Hall Reitz, Robert Yant, Charles Ruud, Ray Duwe.
7st row: Craig Siegfried, Ben Griffin, Paul Vagninl. Middle:
Larry Raisbeck. Back: lim Krause, Dennis Barnes, Bruce Knox.
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Harry Groom fV.P. Managementj. 2nd row: Carl Babler, Al Watrud, Eddie Negron. 3rd row: Mark lobjun, Boyd Schliecher, lan lenson,
Greg Nauman, Dennis Knutson Mdvisorj, Bob Borucki, Mike Hade, Bob Brown, Wendell Turpin. 4th row: Randy Lutz, Bob Pascaly, Kent
Peterson, Terry Rothman.
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Poglitsch, Joan Meyer. 3rd row: Syl Clark, Jeanette Rendall,
Mathis, Lavon Baumgartner, Daryl Fuhreck, Mary Dexter, Cara Therrio Linda
ludy Lambe, Liz Nooyen, Marjean Thies, Cindy Reynolds, ludy Pett
Floor: Randy Lutz, Don Heins, Dave Macintosh, Dave Enneper. 7st row: Roger Allen, Ed Wengren, Betty Novak, Tom Weidemiller, Ann Kinney, Tom Pedeson, john
Standing: Tony Litt, Lucie Dorrah, Cindy Reynolds, Danny Burchik, lo Ellen Pertz, lim Sedlacek, Bob Larson, Decin Schenke, Fred Pratt, Mark lobgen, lay jacobson, Mal
Sue Tatge, Jeanette Rendall.
- CLUB - Front row: Bob Kravick, Norman Bownam, Wes Brown, Alex Olson, john Abing. 2nd row: leff Butson, Greg Curwen, Walter Kranezvik, jim Bennet, Rick
n. 3rd row: Randy Callison, jim Peek. 4th row: Rick Stevens, Tom Mulligan, Don Thies, Mike Mc:Gough, joe Barnier, Norb Duggs, Ken Thaleker, Andy Wagner.
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ALL ENVIRONMENT . . . different than the family unit you've come from . . . 30 to 60 "individuals" living on the same floor
st learn to deal with them as individuals at close quarters . . . the sons and daughters of farmers, merchants, professionals,
ers, executive types, all castes, all occupations . . . your shell crumbles more rapidly . . . it's a two-way street . . . if you want
got to be quiet: want consideration, be considerate, want help, give help . . . some learn, some don't . . .
ubicles . . . 4,989 square inches of your own territory, or shared with your cellmate . . . concrete blocks, metal and plastic
cramped: ever watch the animals pace captive in their zoo cages? . . . decoration is contemporary collegiate: empty pints,
ps, pictures, paraphernalia . . .
en improvements . . . beer is now ,legal . . , refrigerators in rooms . . . lounge carpeting . . . redefined RA roles . . . extended
.urs . . . moveable beds . . . a few concessions, but much yet to be done . . .
never change . . . maintenance in brigham hall keeps watch on gardner windows . . . burning weeds, pimping . . . water fights
oommates . . . guest signs . . . the old penny trick . . . long laundry lines . . . noisy neighbors . . . some new friendlies, some
ls . . . another year . .
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4th row: jim Smith. Left stair rail: Norman Patterson, john Hirsbrunner, David Olsen, lim McGettig
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1 E MORROW - Front row: Robert Dudei. 2nd
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lulie McCarthy, judy Gehin, Marilyn Evenson, jan Wel-
come, Melody Koppean. 3rd row: Edie Hellert, Alice
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Carlin, Sue Bredeson, Barb Zolud, Katie Lausch. 4th
row: Diane johnson, Laura Kranz, Sue Chenous, Mar-
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3 W DOBSON - Front row: Debra Nevil, Karen Sun-
derlage, Linda Sonneson, Ellen Kwallek, leri Lytle. 2nd
row: jane Stark, Lilah Hamer, Melinda Langbehn, Sherry
Hartwig, Susan Aide, lan joe, Marjean Thies, Gail Lean-
nis, Sharon Schnabel. 3rd row: Nancy Ashmore, Betsy
Peaslee, Marie Schmider, Liz Nooyen, Judy Pett, Kathy
jacques, Dorene Starrett, Denise Ortell, Pam Feller.
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bender. 2nd row: Tom Burns, john Shedlock, James Allmann, Stuart Kirschbaum, Steve Latakas, Gerald Kavanaugh, Vernon Massey, Brad
Gleason, Brian Prelozni, Mark Walther, Terry Roach, Charles Schwend. 3rd row: Mike Rogers, Theron Prindle, Bob Ehlert, Bob Baker.
2 N HUGUNIN - Front row: Rick Terhune, Steve Lemke, Thom Lewis, Dan Ri
Barnhill, Brett Freeman, Bill Thompson, Charles Bierman. 2nd row: Ken Cihlar
McNurlen, john Koppa, Ed Gaudet, Glenn Weeden, Thom Mayes, Ron Herz
Micklas, jerry Miller. 3rd row: Alan Worthington, Karl Dale, Brian Pederson, Ste
jeff Kullers, jim Bollis, jim Raffel, Dan Muenchow, Doug Griffen.
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buhler, Kevin Kooper, jim Berry. 2nd row: Gerald Gore,
Mark Howery, jim Dittmar, Bill Brokish, Fred Alcocer, Greg
Hipfer. 3rd row: Don Breen, Byron Borck, Robert Horseh,
Tim Worthington, Kim Starke. 4th row: Tom Durr, William
Mihayi. 5th row: Mike Mair.
3 S HUGUNIN - Front row: Mark Anderson, john Syrne. 2nd row: james Tait, Steve Knoening, jay Mack, Dave Hartman Greg Schaub john
3rd row: William Smith, Don Bahr, Michael Gall, Leary McCarthy, Mark Weinglas, joseph Wenzler, jeff Thomas, john Finlay Craig Leiviska B
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81 W PORTER - Front row: Hugh Pankbatz, Doug Stelsel, Tom Greno, john Malesh, Steve Mickelson, Ron Landy, Buzz Clements. 2nd row: Rita
dinnick, Debra Rademacher, lean Smith, Linda johnson, Mary Pier, Lynne Zegarowicz, Nellie Peterson, Connie Molitor, Suzi Chitwood, jeannie
f. 3rd row: Ray Maki, lana Rule, Greg Olson, jerry Thyes, Conda Hammontree, Susan Barthel, lody Keuhneman, Norm Kucera, Barbara Dodge,
rnow, Rhonda Curnow, Larry Kent, jerry Faber, Steve Ristvedt, Doug Foster, Larry Locke, Den Hischke, Tom Chapman. 4th row: Bob Mickelson,
ley, Mark Perlewitz.
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1 Gray, Dan Winkler, Bernie Pafford, Rick Schutz, Kurt Nordess, Dave Helmer, Tom Marini,
r. 3rd row: Marv Ellis, Kevin Verperman, Bob Shaw, Duane Wepking, Rick McGee, Phil Parkin-
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2 E MCGREGOR HALL - Front row: Wayne Diehl, Frank Principe. 2nd row: Dave Schmid, Mike Sevela. 3rd row: jim Becktold, Dave Wipperfurth.
4th row: Paul Vagnini, Rick Schultz, Dale Bahr. 5th row: Bill Perkins, Bill Tierney, Glenn Keates. 6th row: Ken Stadele, Dan Thomson, Wayne jeidy,
Chuck Weber, Frank Beltrano, Craig Siegfrid, Ed Hermsen, lim Dottl, Randy Martin, Steve Anacker, Ken Whitmore, john Struck.
RECOR - Front row: Mat Kilallion, Al Sopke, Saul Timukus, Doug Poetz, Don Bolstad, Steve Moderow, Marshal Gerbitz, Pat Weinkas. 2nd
es, Dennis Schmidt, Mitch Anderson, Greg Heiar, Frank Holzman. 3rd row: jim Bredimuchl, Dave Steele, jim Corow, Greg Braithwritz, Kurt
Millard, Dave Walberg, Bim Lemihia, Charles Fox, Bruce Kiphart, john Marotz, Steve lulier, Dave Harrington. 4th row: Chuck Northrop, jeff
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4 E MCGREGOR - Front row: john Edwards, john Oppriecht, Scott Phillips, Gary Laux, Brian Schellinger, Gary Roell
Tom Rue, john Roth, Mark Ellestad, Tom Baker, jeff Peterson. 3rd row: john Krogman, james Boland, Tim Mitchell. 4th
Paul Mortensen, Gary Geigler.
4 W MCGREGOR - Front row: Andy Clark, Mike Terry, Mike Strzyzcwski, Roger Soenksen, Pat Feltman. 2nd row:
Leonard Schaub, jeff Wix, Randy Finkelmeyer, Dennis Barnes, Tom Kuzma, Rodney Bush, Kevin Memahen, Norm Ge
xmixms 3. 5
ST - Front row: Debbie Bell, Mary jo Potter, Gayle Ginter. 2nd row: Helen Beres,
, Ion Graves, Steve Mohr, Gary Gilbertson. 3rd row: lim Stoycheff, Gary Somogji,
aon, lim Earlywine. 4th row: Tom Biddich, Gary Novey, Robert Gundlach.
Aide, Sandy Schule
burg, jonaan Groezi
Mary Ann Hale. 2nd row: Vic Wiebel, Tim Peterson, Rob-
ert Schmitz, David
Thomas Kosmicki, Arnold
Geerts, Dave Nelson, Roland Helgerson, Steven Green.
CLARK HOUSE - Front row: Mary Heiar, Rich Rose, ludy Lambe, Bill Schoessow. 2nd row: Stubby, Randy Dean, Rich Blake, Fred Newman, 3rd row: Bill
Holnagel, Mark Voland, Lavon Baumgartner, Reuben Lampe, Dwaine Lukins, Tom Bader.
BERNETHY. Born: August 30, 1950
inson, Wisconsin. Attended: Fort
igh School. Major: Industrial Edu-
murals, Safety Club, Student Food
-. Future: Teaching. Mailing
2 Frederick, Ft. Atkinson, Wiscon-
AM. Born: September 7, 1949 in
isconsin. Attended: Rockford East
ford, Illinois. Major: Physical Edu-
, Gymnastics Club, Sobrena Club,
ma Phi. Future: Teacher. Mailing
204 S. 5th St., Rockford, Illinois
en you get to the end of your
not and hang on." - Bob Hussey.
AMS. Born: February 28, 1951 in
Iowa. Attended: Lancaster Senior
ster, Wisconsin. Major: Agriculture
and Soil and Crop Science. Soil
n Society of America. Future: Agri-
ailing Address: Rt. 2 Box 159, Lan-
AMS. Born: january 7, 1947 in
ndiana. Attended: Trafford High
afford, Pennsylvania. Major: Psy-
d Business Administration. Presi-
ts Club, Intramurals. Future: Person-
ement. Mailing Address: 228 S. Tay-
caster, Wisc. 53818.
N: Born: january 27, 1948 in Mil-
isconsin. Attended: Washington
aukee, Wisconsin. Major: Industrial
Future: Teaching. Mailing Address:
rd St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53210.
the first day of the rest of our Iives."
ALT. Born: December 4, 1947 in
f, Wisconsin. Attended: Cuba City
xol. Major: Political Science. Young
s, ZPG, Wisconsin Voter Registration
iicron Delta Epsilon. Future: Create
icy: Mailing Address: 217 S. Clinton
Iity, Wisconsin 53807.
ALT. Born: April 3, 1951 in Hazel
isconsin. Attended: Shullsburg High
iullsburg, Wisconsin. Major: French.
mda Delta Honor Society, SNEA,
alta Pi, Modern Foreign Language
nalli Klub, Arts and Science Advisory
e. Future: Teacher. Mailing Address:
Iinton St., Shullsburg, Wisconsin
vie est Creation!"
I AIDE. Born: july 24, 1951 in Rich-
ier, Wisconsin. Attended: Riverdale
scoda, Wisconsin. Major: Sociology
hology. Psychology Club. Future:
Jrker. Mailing Address: R.R. 2, Mus-
sconsin 53573. "The Love in Your
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Hearts Wasn't put there to stay - Love Isn't
Love until You Give it Away."
WILLIAM ALTENBURG. Born: june 30, 1951 in
DeForest, Wisconsin. Attended: DeForest
High. Major: Animal Science. Sigma Pi Frater-
nity. Future: ?. Mailing Address: Rt. 2, Box 196,
DeForest, Wisconsin 53532. "You can't put
enough salt on wild game."
TOM AMON. Born: October 30, 1951 in Elk-
horn, Wisconsin. Attended: Elkhorn High.
Major: Highway Engineering. Geode, Ameri-
can Society of Civil Engineers, Desoto Club,
Antique Automobile Club of America. Future:
Road Construction. Mailing Address: R.R. 3,
Elkhorn, Wisc. 53121.
BARBARA ANDERSON. Born: january 23, 1950
in Rockford, Illinois. Attended: Rockford West
High. Major: Elementary Education. Sobrina
Club, Kappa Alpha Sigma Sorority. Future:
Wife and Teacher. Mailing Address: 7593 Old
River Rd., Rockford, Illinois.
KRIS ANDING. Born: january 22, 1951 in Mad-
ison, Wisconsin. Attended: Mt. Horeb High,
Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin. Major: Elementary Edu-
cation. Residence Hall Council, Elementary
Education Club, AWS, R.H. Week Co-Chair-
man, Homecoming Committee. Future:
Teacher. Mailing Address: Bass Lake, R.R. 2,
Deerbrook, Wisconsin 54424.
MAXINE ANDREWS. Born: May 23, 1951 in
Edgerton, Wisconsin. Attended: Leaf River
High, Leaf River, Illinois. Major: Elementary
Education. Future: ?. Mailing Address: Box 179,
Leaf River, Illinois. "Life is a one-way street.
No matter how many detours you take, none
of them leads back." -- Isabel Moore.
MARILYN BAKER. Born: August 12, 1938,
Platteville, Wisconsin. Attended: Platteville
High. Major: Education. Iota Rho Chapter of
Kappa Delta Pi, International Reading Associa-
tion, Elementary Education Assoc., Nat'I Edu-
cation Assoc. Future: Teacher. Mailing
Address: R. 2, Platteville, Wis.
WILLIAM BAKER, IR. Born: December 19, 1946
in Springfield, Missouri. Attended: Mineral
Point High, Mineral Point, Wisconsin. Major:
Political Science and Ag. Econ. Vice Chair. of
Young Demo's Students for Short Comm.
Future: NFO. Mailing Address: Box 212, Cobb,
wisconsin 53526. "Mother Nature is the
Toughest Teacher of all because she gives the
test first and the lesson afterwards."
GEORGE BALENTINE. Born: january 28, 1948 in
Decatur, Alabama. Attended: Cleveland-East,
Cleveland, Ohio. Major: Secondary Education.
Multi-Cultural Ed. Center, Varsity Football and
Track. Future: ?. Mailing Address: 7210 S.
Shore Dr., Chicago, Illinois 44129. "All Power
to the People."
CHERYL BARTELS. Born: December 14, 1951 in
Lancaster, Wisconsin. Attended: Lancaster
High. Major: Elementary Education. Elemen-
tary-junior High Club, Alpha Lambda Delta.
Future: Wife and Teacher. Mailing Address:
R.R. 2, Lancaster, Wisconsin 53813 clo Carl
LARRY BARTLING. Born: April 26, 1949 i
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Platteville High.
Major: Industrial Technology. Industrial Edu.
and Tech. Assoc., Society of Industrial Tech-
nologists. Future: Industrial Management.
Mailing Address: 465 W. Cedar St., Platteville,
jOANNA BARTOS. Born: November 9, 1950 in
Madison, Wisconsin. Attended: Belleville
High, Belleville, Wisconsin. Major: Secondary
English. Future: To be the Best I can Be. Mail-
ing Address: Box 130 Belle Brook Rd., Brook-
lyn, Wisconsin 53521. cfo Harland Farrell.
"You give but little when you give of your
possessions. It is when you give of yourself
that you truly give." - The Prophet Gibran.
THOMAS BARTZ. Born: November 23, 1950 in
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Attended: Menomo-
nee Falls North High, Menomonee Falls, Wis-
consin. Major: Industrial Education. Epsilon Pi
Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, WSU Radio, Forum Com-
mittee. Future: Teaching. Mailing Address: N.
90 W. 17007, Appleton Ave., Menomonee
Falls, Wisconsin 53051. "God is love: and he
that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and
Godin him." - I john IV: 16.
DIANE BASS. Born: january 28, 1952 in Platte-
ville, Wisconsin. Attended: Platteville High.
Major: Physics and Math. Society of Physics
Students, Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Lambda
Delta. Future: ?. Mailing Address: 380 S.W.
Rd., Platteville, Wisc. "Make a niche for
silence in your life or your life will be filled
with noise rather than with meaning."
jANET BAXTER. Born: june 29, 1951 in Cuba
City, Wisconsin. Attended: Cuba City High.
Major: Elementary Education. SNEA, Elemen-
tary Club, Delta Gamma Phi. Future: Teach
2nd Grade. Mailing Address: R.R. 2, Cuba City,
Wisconsin 53807. "Always be happy and you'll
make those around you happy, too."
THOMAS BAXTER. Born: june 14, 1951 in West
Hills, Wisconsin. Attended: Wisconsin
Lutheran High. Major: Comprehensive Busi-
ness and Economics, English Minor. Delta
Sigma Phi, Varsity Swim Team. Future: Busi-
ness of Econ Research. Mailing Address: 1304
- :W?if9.5r .
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M. Baker C. Bartels
L. Bartling l- Barto
T. Bartz l- B855
j. Baumgarth L. Baumgarth
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j. Baxter T. Baxter
South 115th St., West Allis, Wiscon
"Nothing Worth Gaining is Easy!"
DIANE BEARD. Born: September 21
Cuba City, Wisconsin. Attended:
High, Dubuque, Iowa. Major: BusI
Economic Comp. Delta Gamma Ph
job in Dubuque. Mailing Address:
Dr., Dubuque, Iowa 52001.
DAWN BECK. Born: March 8, 1952 ir
kee, Wisconsin. Attended: james
High. Major: Elementary Education. .
mentary-junior High Club, Students I
cation Assoc. Future: Teacher.
Address: 8726 W. Winfield Ave., M
IANET BECKER. Born: january 5, 195'
ston, Wisconsin. Attended: Maust
Major: Psychology and Sociolog'
Alpha Sigma, Psychology Club, Camg
Drive, WRA. Future: Counseling-R
tion. Mailing Address: 204A Parkx
GREGORY BECWAR. Born: Novembe
in Boscobel, Wisconsin. Attended:
High. Major: Business and Econom
prehensive. Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Gan
Omicron Delta Epsilon. Future: Busin
agement. Mailing Address: 312 East B
cobel, Wisconsin 53805. "ln God we
Others Pay Cash." - tlJnknownj.
IOYCE BEELER. Born: july 10, 1950 i
que, Iowa. Attended: Hazel Green Hig
Green, Wisconsin. Major: Upper Els
Glee Club, Symphony Band, Marchi
Future: Teaching. Mailing Addres
Green, Wisconsin 53811.
GREGORY BEITEL. Born: September
in Dixon, Illinois. Attended: Dixc
Major: Math and Physics. Future:
Improve the World. Mailing Addres:
Maple St., Byron, Illinois. "You have
verted a man because you have
him." - Viscount Morley john.
WAYNE BELLAS. Born: April 5, 1950 iI
town, Wisconsin. Attended: Watertox
Major: Industrial Arts Education. Et
Tau, Kappa Delta Pi. Future: Man
Therapist. Address: 911 Highland Ave
town, Wisconsin 53094. "Most wretcl
are cradled into poetry through wroi
learn in suffering what they teach in s
jANlCE BEMM. Born: December 15,
Glenview, Illinois. Attended: Glenbroc
High. Major: Biology. President's C
Sno-Din Committee, Homecoming t
igal D. Bennet
tee. Future: Working with'AnimaIs. Mailing
Address: 1241 Swainwood Dr., Glenview, Illi-
nois 60025. "How cold is Conclusion when
Beginning was so warm." - Anglund.
CHARI BENDORF. Born: March 20, 1950 in
Hamburg, Iowa. Attended: Fremont-Mills
High, Tabor, Iowa. Major: Comprehensive
Music Education. MENC, NEA. Future: Music
Teacher. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Tabor, Iowa
51653. clo Paul Utterback. "There is no
greater gift than the gift of wisdom."
LARRY BENGAL. Born: May 31, 1951 in Phila-
delphia, Pennsylvania. Attended: Hatbord-
Horsham High. Major: Geology. Sigma Pi.
Future: Happiness. Mailing Address: R.R. 1 Box
243, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin 53538. "A Vic-
tim ofthe Broughton jinx."
DANIEL BENNETT. Born: May 25, 1951 in
Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Attended: River Valley
High. Major: Industrial Arts. Kappa Delta Pi,
Epsilon Pi Tau, Campus Belles and Ambassa-
dors. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: RFD 1,
IAMES BENNETT. Born: August 27, 1947 in
Madison, Wisconsin. Attended: West Madison
High. Major: Business Administration. Vets
Club. Future: ?. R.R. 1 Old Savk Rd., Middle-
ton, Wisconsin 53562.
NANCY BENSON. Born: May 18,1949 in
Evanston, Illinois. Attended: Maine Township
West High, Des Plaines, Illinois. Major: Pri-
mary Education. Kappa Delta Pi, NEA. Future:
Teacher. Mailing Address: 322 8th Avenue,
Des Plaines, Illinois 60016. "Take my hand my
child and I will show all that I know. It may
not be a fair exchange, but it is all that I have
HELEN BERES. Born: October 27, 1951 in Mil-
waukee, Wisconsin. Attended: St. Mary's
High. Major: Elementary Education. Future:
Shoe Salesman. Mailing Address: 1554 S. 77 St.,
W. Allis, Wisconsin 53214. "We come into the
world alone, we go away the same. We're
meant to spend the interlude between in
absence OR so we tell ourselves . . . but it's a
long way from morning to the evening." -
PATRICK BERGEMAN. Born: july 30, 1951 in
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Attended:
McDonell Central High. Major: Civil Engineer-
ing. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Chi Epsilon, ASCE.
Future: Professional. Engineer. Mailing
Address: 621 Stanley St., Chippewa Falls, Wis-
consin 54729. "Never give up - KeeD trying
and soon it will be reality."
DAVE BERRA. Born: july 7, 1951 in LaCrosse,
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Wisconsin. Attended: DeSoto High, Desoto,
Wisconsin. Major: Animal Science. Delta
Sigma Phi, Homecoming '72 Co-Chairman,
Cheerleader, Campus Belles and Ambassadors,
Sno-Din, United Fund Drive, Pioneer Helpers
Foundation. Future: Life Ins. Agent. Mailing
Address: R.R., Genoa, Wisconsin 54632.
LAVERN BERTIN. Born: November 4, 1945 in
Madison, Wisconsin. Attended: Monona
Grove High, Monona, Wisconsin. Major: Light
Building Construction and Business Adminis-
tration. Light Building Construction Organiza-
tion. Future: Executive. Mailing Address: 2104
Main St., Cross Plains, Wisconsin 53528. "The
willingness of hard work and persistency will
mean many benefits in life among these, suc-
cess and more success."
DAVID BEYERL. Born: December 6, 1944 in
Marshfield, Wisconsin. Attended: Delawan-
Darien Union High. Major: Industrial Educa-
tion. Epsilon Pi Tau, Kappa Delta Pi. Future:
Teaching. Mailing Address: 317 S. 8th St.,
HOWARD BIRKETT. Born: February 13, 1951 in
Hazel Green, Wisconsin. Attended: Hazel
Green High. Major: Business-Economics. Ski
Club, Intramurals. Future: Unknown, Mailing
Address: Box 322, Hazel Green, Wisconsin
PAMELA BLACK. Born: june 4, 1952 in Free-
port, Illinois. Attended: Shullsburg High,
Shullsburg, Wisconsin. Major: Music. Alpha
Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, MENC, Sym-
phony Wind Ensemble, jazz Ensemble. Future:
Teaching. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Apple
River, Illinois 61001.
MARY BLANKE. Born: january 24, 1951 in She-
boygan, Wisconsin. Attended: Plymouth High,
Plymouth, Wisconsin. Major: Sociology and
Psychology. Homecoming Booklet Committee,
'72 Homecoming Co-Chairman, Alpha Gamma
Rho Sweetheart. Future: ?. Mailing Address:
136 Fairview Dr., Plymouth, Wisc. 53073.
HOLLIS BLISS. Born: june 23, 1945 in Terre
Haute, Indiana. Attended: Neenah High,
Neenah, Wisconsin. Major: Criminal justice.
Police Science Student Association, Vet's
Club, Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Future: Investiga-
tor. Mailing Address: 901 S. Lake St., Neenah,
DEBRA BLOCH. Born: March 17, 1951 in Mil-
waukee, Wisconsin. Attended: Lancaster High,
Lancaster, Wisconsin. Major: French. Alpha
Lambda Delta, French Club, Geography Club,
Karate, SAB, Forum and Recreation, Pioneer
Players, Gamma Phi Beta, WRA. Future: Travel
and help the world. Mailing Address: 450 N.
L, Bertin Y. Beutter D. Biel A. Bilsie H. Birkett
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A. Brandan 1. Brandt D. Brazys M. Brazys D. Bredendick
M. Breszee D. Briggs N. Briggs L, Brimeyer D. Brommerich
Taylor St., Lancaster, Wisconsin. "Put mu
into life: and you will get much from it."
ROBERT BORUCK. Born: january 27, 1950 I
Burlington, Wisconsin. Attended: St. Mary
High. Major: Ag Economics. Sigma Ta
Gamma. Future: Agri-business. Mailin
Address: R.R. 2 Box 491, Burlington, Wisconsi
STEVE BOWDISH. Born: june 10,1951 i
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Attended: Springvill
Comm. High, Springville, Iowa. Major: Agr
Business. Freshman Senate, RHC, Alph
Gamma Rho, Agri-Business Club, Who's Wh
Selection Committee. Future: Agri-Businee
Management. Mailing Address: R.R. 2, Centra
City, Iowa 52214. "We are not permitted t
choose our destiny, but what we put into it -
ALLAN BRANDAU. Born: june 20, 1943 i
LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Attended: Royall Higi
Kendall, Wisconsin. Major: Geography
IOAN BRANDT. Born: May 14, 1950 in Lancas
ter, Wisconsin. Attended: Academy of the Vis
itation, Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Elementar
Education. Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambdi
Delta. Future: Teacher. Mailing Address: R.l?
2, Potosi, Wisconsin 53820. "To give love is tm
know the joy of sharing oneself."
DANIEL BRAZYS. Bom: December 26, 1950 ii
Chicago, Illinois. Attended: Marmion Militar'
Academy, Aurora, Illinois. Major: Civil Engi
neering. ASCE, GEODE jPhotographerJ
Future: Transportation Engineer. Mailin.
Address: Sunset Heights, Apt. C4, Platteville
Wisconsin 53818. "The best way to earn
respect in life is to respect life itself."
MARY BRAZYS. Born: April 9, 1950 in Rich
mond, Minnesota. Attended: St. Bede's Acad
emy, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Major: Geogra
phy. Geography Club, Student Wives. Future
Geographer or map librarian. Mailing Address
Sunset Heights, Apt. C4, Platteville, Wisconsi:
53818. "From death there is no turning bac
let us enjoy what good things there are."
MICHAEL BRESZEE. Born: june 6, 1951 in Ml
Vernon, Ohio. Attended: Sun Prairie Higlr
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Major: Comp. Socia
Science. Delta Sigma Phi, Student Senate
Campus Belles and Ambassadors. Future
Teaching. Mailing Address: 349 Hoover St.
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin 53590. "Time can onl'
be what you make it to be."
NANCY BRIGGS. Born: October 20, 1951 ir
Richland Center, Wisconsin. Attended: Rich
land High. Major: Math. Phi Theta Kappa
Kappa Delta Pi, Math Club, SNEA. Future: Sec- P" ' '
ondary. Mailing Address: R.R. 2, Viola, Wis- ,I " "-
consin 54664. "Will it matter what I was?" 'I
DAVID BRIGGS. Born: july 7, 1950 in Portage, i
Wisconsin. Attended: LaFollette High in Madi-
son, Wisconsin. Major: Industrial Technology. :-
Sigma Pi. Future: Industrial Management. " Q. .
Mailing Address: 913 Crestview Dr., Madison,
Wisconsin 53716. "Love is a sweet thing A
caught in a moment and held in a golden eye. L Buckley D Burbach
You can borrow but never own it. After a
while it says goodbye." - Rod McKuen.
LIN BRIMEYER. Born: October 4, 1951 in Belle-
ville, Illinois. Attended: Butler High, Hunts-
ville, Alabama. Major: Sociology. Future:
Counseling. Mailing Address: Box 118 Rt. 2
Platteville, Wisconsin 53818.
DALE BROMMERICH. Born: September 29,
1948 in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Attended: Trem-
pealeau High, Trempealeau, Wisconsin. Major:
Industrial Technology. Exponent, Vet's Club
Student-Faculty Publications Committee.
Future: ?. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 246,
Trempealeau, Wisconsin 54661. "Everybody
has to be somebody to somebody to be any-
body." - M. S. Forbes.
DAVID BROWN. Born: july 30, 1950 in
Waukesha, Wisconsin. Attended: Waukesha
High. Major: Civil Engineering. American Soci-
ety of Civil Engineers, GEODE, Lutheran Colle-
gians. Future: Civil Engineer. Mailing Address:
1325 Bluebird Terrace, Waukesha, Wisconsin
IUDITH BROWNSTEIN. Born: March 27, 1950
in New York, New York. Attended: San jose
Academy, San juan, Puerto Rico. Major: Span-
ish and Art in Sec. Education. Inter-Varsity
Christian Fellowship, Foreign Language Club.
Future: Teacher and Student. Mailing Address:
1411 Ceramica Annex, Cardina, Puerto Rico.
"Lately I am not the same. I listen more to I
and less to you. I is smarter and braver. I is
the one from the safe, calm place who is
unafraid. I is me." - Unknown.
BONNIE BRZYCKI. Born: October 1, 1951 in
Neenah, Wisconsin. Attended: Convent of the
Salesian Sisters, Limerick, Ireland. Major: Math
and French. RedCoat, Co-Ed Sports. Future:
Fed. Gov't. Mailing. Address: 153 Claire Ave-
nue, Neenah, Wisconsin 54956. "Thank You,
LINDA BUCKLEY. Born: February 11, 1951 in
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Attended: Washington
High. Major: Music. MENC, Madrigal, Kappa
Delta Pi. Future: Teach.
GARY BURKHALTER. Born: April 10, 1948 in
G. Burkhalter M. Bussey
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Monroe, Wisconsin. Attended: South Wayne
High. Major: Agriculture Education. Vet's
Club. Future: Teach and Coach.
MARSHA BUSSEY. Born: july 4, 1951 in Akron,
Ohio. Attended: Brodhead High, Brodhead,
Wisconsin. Major: Radio and TV Broadcasting.
WSU-FM Pioneer Players, Alpha Psi Omega.
Future: Professional Broadcasting. Mailing
Address: 1501 W. 2nd Ave., Brodhead, Wis-
consin 53520. "Give us this day our daily
mask." - Tom Stoppard.
CATHERINE BUSTLE. Born: january 14, 1951 in
Spring Valley, Illinois. Attended: Monroe
High, Monroe, Wisconsin. Major: English.
Alpha Psi Omega, Pioneer Players, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Lambda Iota Tau. Future:
Career in Communications. Mailing Address:
1221 20th Ave., Monroe, Wisconsin 53566.
"Two Roads diverged in a wood, and I - I
took the one less traveled by, And that has
made all the difference." - R. Frost.
IANIS BUTLER. Born: September 13, 1951 in
Grand Mound, Iowa. Attended: DeWitt Cen-
tral, DeWitt, Iowa. Major: Elementary Educa-
tion. Zeta Tau Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA,
Elementary-junior High Club. Mailing Address:
Grand Mound, Iowa.
CONSTANCE BUTTERIS. Born: December 1,
1950 in Richland Center, Wisconsin. Major:
HARRIETT BYRD. Born: March 16, 1952 in
Demopolis, Alabama. Attended: j. M. Harlan
High, Chicago, Illinois. Major: Business-Eco-
nomics. Black Community and Student Alli-
ance, Multi-Cultural-Educational Center,
Financial Aid Committee, Forum Committee,
Yearbook Staff, S.A.C. Mailing Address: 10158
South Perry Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60628.
"Only those who have already experienced a
revolution within themselves can reach out
effectively to help others." - Malcolm X.
STEVEN BYRNES. Born: August 30, 1951 in
Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Attended: Belmont
High, Belmont, Wis. Major: Agri-Economics.
Phi Eta Sigma. Future: Agriculture. Mailing
Address: R.R. 1, Mineral Point, Wisconsin
53565. "Our goal is to help ,the world realize
that their food, clothing and shelter come
from the soil - and that it is a nonrenewable
MICHAEL CAITHAM. Born: February 16, 1947
in Winona, Minnesota. Attended Wahlert
High, Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Geography.
Future: Graduate School. Mailing Address:
1295 Alta Vista, Dubuque, Iowa.
IAMES CAREW. Born: December 12, 1950 in
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Maquoketa, Iowa. Attended: Andrew Comm.
High, Andrew, Iowa. Major: Math-Science.
Future: Teaching. Mailing Address: R.R. 3,
Maquoketa, Iowa 52060. "ln the bottle, dis-
content seeks for comfort, cowardice for
courage, and bashfulness for confidence." -
THANOM CHATURANTABUT. Born: january
7, 1945 in Klong Chandi, Thailand. Attended:
Smakom School. Major: Civil Engineer.
ELLEN CHECK. Born: March 12, 1951 in Prairie
du Chien, Wisconsin. Attended: Prairie du
Chien High. Major: Elementary Education.
Zeta Tau Omega, SNEA, AWS, Elementary lun-
ior High Club. Future: Teacher. Mailing
Address: Steuben, Wisconsin 54657.
SEBASTIAN CHERATIL. Born: july 18, 1950 in
Kothamangialam, Kerala, India. Attended: St.
Catherine's High, Racine, Wisconsin. Major:
Chemistry. International Relations Club, SOC-
cer, International Speakers Bureau. Future:
Chemist. Mailing Address: 4160, Kamala Lane,
CAROL CHRISTIANSEN. Born in Clifton, Wis-
consin. Attended: Livingston High, Livingston,
Wisconsin. Major: Elementary Education. Kar-
malli Club, Elementary Education Club, Kappa
Delta Pi. Future: Librarian. Mailing Address:
1525 Garfield St., Fennimore, Wisconsin 53809.
"Perseverance opens up treasures which bring
perennial joy." - Mohandas Karamchand
SYL CLARK. Born: October 26, 1949 in Madi-
son, Wisconsin. Attended: Sun Prairie High.
Major: History, Sociology, and Psychology.
RHC, SAB, Psych Club, History Club, Zeta Tau
Omega, Food Committee Exponent, Psych
Advisory Board. Future: Rehabilitation work.
Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Lowell, Arkansas.
"Today is the first day of the rest of my Life."
WAYNE COMER. Born: june 28, 1950 in Zwin-
gle, Iowa. Attended: Dubuque Senior High,
Dubuque, Iowa, Major: Light Building Con-
struction. Sigma Tau Gamma, National Associ-
ation of Home Builders, Interfraternity Coun-
cil, Cheerleader. Future: Time will Tell. Mail-
ing Address: R.R. 1, Zwingle, Iowa 52079.-
MARY COOPER. Born: june 13, 1945 in
Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Attended: Highland
High, Highland, Wisconsin. Major: Elementary
Education. NEA. Future: Teach 2nd Grade.
Mailing Address: 620 Vine St., Reedsburg, Wis-
consin 53959. "A good Clean and Active Life
will keep you young."
M. PAT COX. Born: june 13, 1951 in Hazel
Green, Wisconsin. Attended: St. Clara Acad-
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emy, Sinsinawa, Wisconsin. Major
Education. WRA, Intercollegiate Fiel
Future: Recreation Director. Mailing.
R.R. 2, Galena, lll. 61036. "I am su
person, Lord, so very small, yet wht
my soul to Thee, I am Heaven -
IEFF CRAMER. Born: May 16, 1950 ir
Illinois. Attended: Orangeville High
ville, Illinois. Major: Industrial Safet'
Sigma Pi. Future: Safety Inspectoi
Address: 365 W. Pine, Platteville, X
"To be a complete man you must al:
BELINDA CRONIN. Born: May 20
Toone, Tennessee. Attended: Rivers
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Major: Comp
Art. Human Understanding Comm.
tional Relations Club, Exponent
Yearbook, Driver's Education Lab A
Student Alliance. Future: Art Instruc
ing Address: 215 Virgin Ave., Platte'
consin 53818. "The whole world is a
everybody plays a part" - indirect
GENE CUPP. Born: june 26, 1951 in
Center, Wisconsin. Attended: Mad
Madison, Wisconsin. Major: Ge
Future: Graduate School and Plannii
sion. Mailing Address: 3241 Milwa
DAVID CUSHMAN. Born: Septembe
in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Attended:
High. Major: Music. Jazz Band, S
Wind Ensemble, Marching Band, C
Future: Band Director. Mailing Ai
Rancho Resort R.R. 2, Box 182, Bara
consin 53913. "Music Turns the I
JAMES DABER. Born: August 14, 195'
ney, New jersey. Attended: Rockfi
Major: Civil Engineering. American 5
Civil Eng. Future: Civil Engineer.
Address: 3105 Spring Lake Dr., Rocl
RICHARD DALEY. Born: February 11
Beloit, Wisconsin. Attended: Ho
High, Rockton, Ill. Major: Business
nomics. Beta Gamma Rho, Varsity C
Club, SAB, Special Features Com
Homecoming Committee, 1968
Music Fest. Future: Business Mana
Mailing Address: 634 W. Rockton R
ton, Illinois 61072.
SARA DAVIDSON. Born: December
in Edgerton, Wisconsin. Attended
Union High, Milton, Wisconsin. Maj
Alpha Sigma, Homecoming '71,
Jreign Language Club, Alpha
Ita, Delta Sigma Phi Sweetheart
' High School Teacher. Mailing
Chicago St., Milton, Wisconsin
EAR. Born: june 12, 1951 in Belle-
Attended: Bellevue High. Major:
. Sigma Pi. Future: ?. Mailing
13, Cassville, Wisconsin 53806.
ENT. Born: April 16, 1951 in Platte-
nsin. Attended: Cuba City High,
Wisconsin. Major: Elementary
ma Phi Beta, Elementary-junior
Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
ol St., Cuba City, Wisconsin 53807.
s of men lead lives of quiet des-
ETER. Born: October 9, 1951 in
Wisconsin. Attended: Iowa-Grant
ston, Wisconsin. Major: Education.
ngers, NEA. Future: Teach. Mailing
D 1, Livingston, Wisconsin 53554.
hing that I understand, I under-
ecause I love."
Z. Born: january 10, 1951 in Mil-
isconsin. Attended: Wauwatosa
atosa, Wisconsin. Major: Industrial
. Mailing Address: Three Lakes,
"Diddy diddy wah .. . If you
what it is by now, don't mess
N. Born: March 19, 1951 in Dodge-
onsin. Attended: Mineral Point
ral Point, Wisconsin. Major: His-
a Phi Beta, SNEA, Karrmali Club.
ch or Librarian. Mailing Address:
Mineral Point, Wisconsin 53565.
ter the Good Times: Goodbye!
the good times." - W. Rinder.
RSAM. Born: November 23, 1951 in
Illinois. Attended: Warren High,
. Major: Education. Future: Teach.
ldress: 502 Tisdel Ave., Warren, III.
it with the old, let progress prevail."
LEYSH. Born: May 21, 1951 in Two
sconsin. Attended: Roncalli High,
mc, Wisconsin. Major: Elementary
Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta
ili Club. Future: Librarian. Mailing
706 33rd St., Two Rivers, Wis. 54241.
DOONAN. Born: April 5, 1951 in
aids, Iowa. Attended: Washington
jor: Elementary Education. Delta
hi. Elementary-junior High Club.
each. Mailing Address: 3824 Vine
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C. De Gear G. Dellitt
j. Dietz j. Doan
R. Doersam I. DoleY5l'1
B. Doonan P. DoreY
Ave. S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52403. "Man
should turn his attention to the physical
world, of which he is the center." - Da
PETER DOREY. Born: june 29, 1951 in Wash-
ington, D. C. Attended: Munich American
High, Munich, Germany. Major: Economics
and Political Science. Omicron Delta Epsilon.
Future: Government job. Mailing Address:
1206 Ware St., S.W., Vienna, Virginia 22180.
BECKY DREW. Born: September 23, 1951 in
Oconto Falls, Wisconsin. Attended: Lancaster
High, Lancaster, Wisconsin. Major: Elementary
Education. Kappa Delta Pi. Future: Wife,
Mother and Possibly Teach. Mailing Address:
120 McKinley, Lancaster, Wisconsin 53813.
ROGER DURHAM. Born: April 20, 1947 in
Bloomington, Illinois. Attended: Princeton
High. Major: History. Future: Teach, Write,
Head for Georga. Mailing Address: 1416 Lark
Lne., Maperville, Illinois 60540. "I have too
great a soul to die like a criminal." - john
FRANK DUTCHER. Born: February 13, 1947 in
Black River Falls, Wisconsin. Attended: Tomah
High, Tomah, Wisconsin. Major: Physics and
Math. Society of Physics Students. Future:
Educated Farmer. Mailing Address: Rt. 2,
RONALD DYER. Born: july 5,1951 in Richland
Center, Wisconsin. Attended: Riverdale High,
Muscoda, Wisconsin. Major: Accounting and
Business. Future: Accountant. Mailing
Address: R.R. 1, Blue River, Wisconsin 53518.
"A person only gets out of life what he puts
LANA DYRESON. Born: june 21, 1951 in
Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Attended: Barneveld
High. Major: Elementary Education. Delta
Gamma Phi, Elementary Club, Residence Hall
Council, Homecoming Committee. Future:
Teach. Mailing Address: 505 West Division,
Dodgeville, Wisconsin 53533.
SUSAN EDERER. Born: April 7, 1951 in Plain,
Wisconsin. Attended: River Valley High,
Spring Green, Wisconsin. Major: Elementary
Education. Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Delta Pi,
Elementary-jr. High Club, SNEA. Future: Teach.
Mailing Address: R.R. 1 Box 18, Mill Road,
Plain, Wisconsin 53577.
VICKIE EGGERS. Born: january 4, 1951 in Por-
tage, Wisconsin. Attended: Monroe High.
Major: Elementary Education. Future: Teacher.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 205, Highland, Wis-
consin. "I hear and I forget, I see and I
remember, I do and I understand."
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PAUL EGGERT. Born: january 6, 1950. in
Springville, Iowa. Attended: Springville High.
Major: Safety Education, SNEA, Assoc. for the
Advancement of Safety, Out-of-State Student
Coalition. Future: Education. Mailing Address:
RFD, Springville, Iowa 52336. "You never have
a second chance to make a good first impres-
JOHN ELVEKROY. Born: january 28, 1951 in
Stoughton, Wisconsin. Attended: Stoughton
High. Major: Agri-Business. Alpha Gamma
Rho, Agribusiness - Ag Economics Club, Sno-
Din Committee '72. Future: Agriculture. Mail-
grggsgftddressz R.R. 3, Stoughton, Wisconsin
BOB ENGLER. Born: September 27, 1950 in
Waukesha, Wisconsin. Attended: Waukesha
High. Major: Industrial Education. Inter-Varsity
Christian Fellowship, Lettermen's Club, Uni-
versity Swim Team. Future: Christian Educa-
tion. Mailing Address: 210 S. Greenfield,
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186. "For God so
loved the world, that He gave His only begot-
ten Son, that whoever believes in Him should
not perish, but have eternal life." -john 3:16.
HAROLD ENSCH. Born: january 30, 1951 in
Hazel Green, Wisconsin. Attended: Benton,
Wisconsin High. Major: Criminal justice. Rifle
Club, University Band, Lambda Alpha Epsilon.
WILLIAM ERICKSON. Born: February 12, 1951
in Madison, Wisconsin. Attended: james Mad-
ison Memorial High. Major: Light Building
Construction. SAB, NAHB, Student Center
Food Service. Future: Where the money is.
Mailing Address: 965 Princess Ct., Platteville,
jOHN ERVOLINO. Born: October 9, 1949, in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Wahlert High.
Major: Math. Data Processing Management
Association. Future: Computer Analyst. Mail-
ing Address: 520 English Ln., Dubuque, Iowa
52001. "And in the end the love you take is
equal to the love you make." - Beatles.
REX EWALD. Born: August 14, 1951 in Elm-
hurst, Illinois. Attended: Wisconsin Heights
High, Mazomanie, Wisconsin. Major: Econom-
ics and Geography. Omicron Delta Epsilon,
Varsity Track, Lettermen's Club. Future: City or
Regional Planner. Mailing Address: R.R. 1,
Mazomanie, Wisconsin 53560.
RITA EWERS. Born: March 29 in Boscobel,
Wisconsin. Attended: Gays Mills High, Gays
Mills, Wisconsin. Major: Elementary Educa-
tion.'Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Cuba City, Wis-
KENNETH FAUSTMANN. Born: july 25, 1945 in
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V. Eggers P. Eggert j. Elvekroy
C. Engler H. Ensch W. Erickson
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K. Fackler R. Fecht G. Fell
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D. Ferris N. Fett T. Fisher
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Attended: john Mar-
shall High. Major: Industrial Arts. Epsilon Pi
Tau. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 2712 No.
41st St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53210. "I hope
to never be so perfect that I can't learn from
those I teach."
RONALD FECHT. Born: October 9, 1952 in
Potosi, Wisconsin. Attended: Potosi High.
Major: Political Science. Disciplinary Board,
Public Relations Board, Organizations Com-
mittee, Political Science Club, Young Demo-
crats Club. Future: Business. Mailing Address:
R.R. 2, Potosi, Wisc.
GREGORY FELL. Born: May 11, 1950 in Mani-
towoc, Wisconsin. Attended: Lincoln High.
Major: Mining Engineering. American Institute
of Mining Engineers. Future: Mining Engineer.
Mailing Address: 2217 Markham, Manitowoc,
DONALD FERRIS. Born: November 16, 1947 in
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Attended: Madison
West High. Major: Political Science and Inter-
national Studies. Student Senate, Housing
Committee, Ski Club, Environmental Crisis
Group, Danish Liberal Arts Study Center -
Copenhage. Future: Graduate School. Mailing
Address: 5 S. Whitney Way, Madison, Wiscon-
sin 53705. "Life - the transitory stage
between cradle and grave: used by some,
squandered by others. Knowledge is knowing
how to use it."
THOMAS FISHER. Born: August 2, 1949 in
Richland Center, Wisconsin. Attended: Mid-
dleton High, Middleton, Wis. Major: Business
Admin. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Intramural Sports.
Future: Executive. Mailing Address: 6806
Donna Dr., Middleton, Wisconsin 53562. "Do
unto others as you would have them do unto
ROBERT FLANNERY. Born: May 1, 1951 in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Dubuque High.
Major: Criminal justice. Psychology Club.
Future: Law Enforcement. Mailing Address:
1800 Manson Rd., Dubuque, Iowa 52001.
"Peace and Understanding."
LINDA FLOERKE. Born: February 20, 1951 in
Duba City, Wisconsin. Attended: River Valley
High, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Major: Eng-
lish. SNEA, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Delta Pi,
Karmalli Club. Future: Teacher - Librarian.
Mailing Address: 1075 Rerservoir, Plain, Wis-
MICHAEL FOGLE. Born: October 1, 1948 in
Rock Island, Illinois. Attended: Beloit Catholic
High, Beloit, Wisconsin. Major: Agribusiness.
Ag-Business - Econ. Club. Future: Ag. Credit.
Mailing Address: Rt. 1, Brodhead, Wisconsin
MARY FOOTE. Born: October 17, 1949 in
Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Attended: Belmont
High. Major: Psychology. Future: Psychologist.
Mailing Address: R.R. 2, Cuba City, Wisconsin
RYNIE FOSS. Born: june 22, 1946 in Reedsburg,
Wisconsin. Attended: Webb High. Major: Civil
Engineer. ASCE, Vet's Club. Future: Engineer.
Mailing Address: 305 Lutheran St., Platteville,
jOHN FOSTER. Born: November 24, 1948 in
Savanna, Illinois. Attended: Hanover High,
Hanover, Ill. Major: History. Future: Farmer.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 63, Galena, Illinois
PEGGY FOX. Born: Octover 21, 1951 in Viro-
qua, Wisconsin. Attended: North Crawford.
Major: Math Secondary Education. Math Club,
Computer Club, Sobrena Club. Future: Mother
and Teacher. Mailing Address: R.R. 2, Keep St.,
MARY FRANK. Born: May 8, 1952 in Racine,
Wisconsin. Attended: Kenosha Bradford High,
Kenosha, Wisc. Major: Psychology and His-
tory. Student Senate, Legal Defense Fund,
Wisc. Univer. United Nations Summer Semi-
nar. Mailing Address: Rt. 3, Box 557, Racine,
Wisconsin 53818. "It is a sin to be silent when
it is your duty to protest." - Abraham Lin-
PATRICIA FRANK. Born: August 15, 1951 in
LaPorte, Indiana. Attended: Weston High,
Indiana. Major: Criminal justice. Lambda
Alpha Epsilon. Future: Police Work. Mailing
Address: Box 88 R.R. 1, Richland Center, Wis-
consin 53581. "l believe."
IEROLD FRANKE. Born: june 14, 1951 in Hori-
con, Wisconsin. Attended: Horicon High.
Major: Geography. Future: Urban Planning.
Mailing Address: 112 N. Cedar, Horicon, Wis-
WILLIAM FRANKENBERGER. Born: july 16,
1951 in Monroe, Wisconsin. Attended:
Parkview High, Orfordville. Major: Psychology
and Math. Psychology Club. Future: Graduate
School. Mailing Address: 326 Centre St., Foot-
RICHARD FRANSEEN. Born: july 10, 1951 in
Clinton, Wisconsin. Attended: North Boone
High. Major: Agri-Business. Ag-Business -
Ag.-Economics Club, Tri-State Cooperative
Educational Institute, Intramural Sports.
Future: Agriculture. Mailing Address: R.R. 1,
Clinton, Wisconsin 53525. "If you give life . . .
make it worth living."
DALE FREY. Born: july 5, 1951 in Watertown,
Wis. Attended: Deerfield High, Deerfield,
Wisconsin. Major: Soil and Crop Science. Soil
and Crop judging Team. Future: Agriculture.
Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Deerfield, Wisconsin
PAULINE GANDER. Born: October 29, 1951 in
Richland Center, Wisconsin. Attended: North
Crawford, Gays Mills, Wisconsin. Major: Math
Educ. WRA, Exponent Staff, Kappa Delta Pi,
PSA. Future: Teaching. Mailing Address: R.R. 2,
Soldiers Grove, Wisconsin 54655.
DENNIS GARMAN. Born: March 2, 1951 in
Dixon, Ill, Attended: Byron High, Byron, Illi-
nois. Major: Accounting. Future: Accountant.
Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Byron, Illinois 61010.
"Lecture: An Occasion when you numb one
end to benefit the other." - john Gould.
jAMES GARNHART. Born: November 8, 1946
in Rockford, Illinois. Attended: Stillman Valley
High, Stillman, Illinois. Major: Industrial Tech-
nology. Future: Industrial Work. Mailing
Address: 420 W. Grant St., Stillman Valley, Illi-
WILLIAM GARVENS. Born: january 21, 1951 in
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Attended: East Troy,
East Troy, Wisconsin. Major: Technical Agri-
culture. Alpha Zeta, Campus Planning Com-
mittee, Budget Committee, Intramural Foot-
ball. Future: Farm. Mailing Address: R.R. 4, Box
45, Elkhorn, Wisc.
KENNETH GAY. Born: july 4, 1951 in Colum-
bus, Wisconsin. Attended: Waterloo High,
Waterloo, Wisconsin. Major: Animal Science.
Alpha Gamma Rho, Tack 84 Saddle Club,
Alpha Zeta. Future: Agriculture. Mailing
Address: R. 1, Waterloo, Wisconsin 33594.
KRISTIE GEISER. Born: March 7, 1951 in Loves
Park, Illinois. Attended: Harlem High. Major:
Elementary Education. Symphony Band, Cam-
pus Belles and Ambassadors. Future: Teach.
Mailing Address: 228 Rose Ave., Loves Park,
Illinois 61111. "To create individuals, to love
an individual, to be an individual."
NORM GENTRY. Born: December 27, 1946 in
Waukegan, Illinois. Attended: Mary Bradford
High, Kenosha, Wisconsin. Major: Accounting.
Student Senate. Beta Gamma Rho, Exponent,
Acumen, Human Understanding Committee,
Health Committee. Future: Accountant. Mail-
ing Address: 2419 54th St., Kenosha, Wiscon-
sin 53140. "It is a milestone in our lives when
we can learn to accept ourselves."
jAMES GEVELINGER. Born: October 14, 1949
in Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Attended: Mineral
Point, Mineral Point, Wis. Major: Technical
N if .
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Agriculture. Pioneer Rodeo Team
Tack 84 Saddle Club. Future: Agricult
prise. Mailing Address: RFD 3, Mine
Wisconsin 53565. "We are not here
living: we are here to make a life." -
PATRICIA GIBSON. Born: Septembe
in Platteville, Wisconsin. Attended:
High. Major: Speech. Pioneer Plays
Psi Omega, Debate and Forensic
Kappa Delta, Student Senate, Kap
Sigma Sorority, Sigma Tau Gamma Li
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 645
son, Platteville, Wis. 53818. "A thousz
ories cannot equal one little Hope."
MIDGE GILL. Born: November 3, 195
ison, Wisconsin. Attended: Bellev
Major: Zoology. Tack 84 Saddle Clul
Club. Future: job Searching. Mailing
Rt. 1, Belleville, Wisconsin 53508.
CURT GINTER. Born: july 13, 1948
que, Iowa. Attended: Wahlert Hig
Business and Econ. Future: Business
ment. Mailing Address: 2410 Theda EI
que, Iowa 52001.
GAYLE GINTER. Born: December 1t
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Acaden
Visitation. Major: Psychology. Comp
ence Club, Psychology Club, Ski-
Future: Graduate School. Mailing
1349 Frontage Rd., Hazel Green, N
53811. "Great minds discuss ideas
minds discuss events, small mind
CURT GOFF. Born: August 15, 1950
field, Illinois. Attended: Lodi High, Li
Major: Civil Engineering. Alpha Ph
Chi Epsilon, ASCE. Future: Professic
neer. Mailing Address: Rt. 3, Box 1
Wisconsin 53555. "It is better to hat
think you're dumb than to open yo
and prove it."
jAMES GOLDTHORPE. Born: Octobe
in Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Attended
Point High. Major: Agricultural Mi
tion. Future: Ag. Mailing Addres
Dodgeville, Wisconsin 53533. "I If
THLJRL GOLLMER. Born: March 11,
Freeport, Illinois. Attended: Warr
Warren, Ill. Major: Educaton. Mailing
605 W. Main, Warren, Illinois 61087. '
is the marriage of knowled
RONALD GOPLIN. Born: August 3,
Richland Center, Wisconsin. Attende
dale High. Major: Agricultural Ecc
L. ,.. T., V. . , Q
R. Gosewehr L. Granger
P. Grimsby H. GFOOIT1
R. Gunlach M. Gunnick
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1. Hafer M. Hale G- Hall
D, Hansel D. Hansen D. Hardy
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Alpha Gamma Rho, Soil Conservation Society
of America, Ag-Business - Ag-Econ. Club,
Pioneer Gleemen. Future: Agri-Business. Mail-
ing Address: Rt. 2, Blue River, Wisconsin
TERRY GORMAN. Born: September 9, 1946 in
Richland Center, Wisconsin. Attended: Gays
Mills Area School, Gays Mills, Wisconsin.
Major: Industrial Education, Safety Education.
Varsity Football, Lambda Sigma Pi. Future:
Educator. Mailing Address: Box 67, Gays Mills,
Wisconsin 54631. "Shalom"
ROBERT GOSEWEHR. Born: May 8, 1951 in
Port Washington, Wisconsin. Attended: Ozau-
kee High, Fredonia, Wisconsin. Major: Agri-
cultural Technology. Alpha Gamma Rho, Col-
legiate Agricultural Association. Future: Turf-
grass Manager. Mailing Address: Rte. 1,
Saukville, Wisconsin 53080.
RUSSELL GOTTSCHALL. Born: November 10,
1918 in Highland, Wisconsin. Attended: High-
land High. Major: Elementary Education.
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: Highland,
THOMAS GRAY. Born: january 10, 1947 in
Platteville, Wisconsin. Attended: Platteville
High. Major: Agriculture Economics. Vet's
Club. Mailing Address: 650 jefferson, Platte-
ville, Wisconsin 53818.
STEVEN GREEN, Born: March 22, 1950 in Mil-
waukee, Wisconsin. Attended: Nicdet High,
Glendale, Wis. Major: Business Administra-
tion. Student Senate, Alpha Phi Omega.
Future: Business Management. Mailing
Address: 6441 N. Elm Tree Rd., Glendale, Wis-
consin 53217. "Another 'Hog for the Machine'
HARRY GROOM. Born: October 26, 1951 in
Freeport, Illinois. Attended: Warren High,
Warren, lll. Major: Math and Accounting.
Sigma Tau Gamma, Inter Fraternity Council.
Future: Accounting Field. Mailing Address: 313
Courtland Ave,, Warren, Ill, 61087. "There is
no Future in Looking Back."
IAMES GUNDERSON. Born: November 1, 1950
in Wold Rose, Wisconsin. Attended: Wautoma
High. Major: Elementary Education. Future:
Teach. Mailing Addiess: R.R. 3, Box 65, Wau-
toma, Wisconsin 54982. "Why study today
when it can be done tomorrow."
KEITH GUNDLACH. Born: june 5, 1951 in
Highland, Wisconsin. Attended: Highland
High. Major: Education. Future: Teach. Mail-
ing Address: R.R. 2, Highland, Wisconsin
ROBERT GUNDLACH. Born: February 3, 1949
V. Hartman R. Hauser
B. Hazen M, Hefty
W. Hein D. Heins
I. Heins R. Helgerson
G. Hendrieks S. Hennessey
in Madison, Wisconsin. Attended: Poynette
High, Poynette, Wis. Major: Civil Engineering.
American Society of Civil Engineers, Chi Epsi-
lon. Future: Civil Engineer. Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 94, Arlington, Wisconsin 53911.
VIRGINIA GLJNDLACH. Born: December 6,
1950 in Portage, Wisconsin. Attended: Poy-
nette High, Poynette, Wisconsin. Major: Med-
ical Technology. Society of Medical Technol-
ogy Students. Future: Medical Technologist.
Mailing Address: 118 Main St., Arlington, Wis-
MELVIN GUNNINK. Born: October 25,1948 in
Beloit, Wisconsin. Attended: Clinton High.
Major: Industrial Education. Letterman's Club,
Lambda Sigma Pi, Baseball, Football, Talent
Search. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: Rt. 1,
Brandon, Wisconsin 53919. "To each his
MICHAEL HADE. Born: September 10, 1948 in
Rockford, Illinois. Attended: East Rockford
High. Major: English. Sigma Tau Gamma,
Kappa Delta Pi. Future: Business Administra-
tion. Mailing Address: 1301 Eastview Rd.,
Rockford, Illinois 61108.
MARYANN HALE. Born: january 15, 1951 in
Freeport, Illinois. Attended: Warren High.
Major: French and English. Campus Belles and
Ambassadors, AWS, Lambda Iota Tau, French
Club, Sno-Din, Homecoming Committee.
Future: Pending. Mailing Address: Lake Sum-
merset, Davis, Illinois 61019.
GLORIA HALL. Born: December 27, 1950 in
Boscobel, Wisconsin. Attended: Riverdale
High, Muscoda, Wisconsin. Major: Elementary
Education. Gamma Phi Beta, Women's Glee,
Karrmali Club, SNEA. Future: Teach. Mailing
Address: Box 122, Blue River, Wisconsin 53518.
"Keep a sweet and gentle spirit in spite of
fame or fortune, rank or place . . . " - I. P.
DAVID HANSEL. Born: March 15, 1950 in
Manchester, Iowa. Attended: Edgewood-
Colesburg High. Major: Biology. Delta Sigma
Phi, Campus Belles and Ambassadors. Future:
Sales Work. Mailing Address: Washington St.,
Edgewood, Iowa 52042. "In great things it is
enough to have tried."
DONALD HANSON. Born: October 4, 1951 in
Monroe, Wisconsin. Attended: Blanchardville
High, Blanchardville, Wisconsin. Major: Indus-
trial Technology. Epsilon Pi Tau, Society of
Manufacturing Engineers. Future: Production
Manager. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Blanchard-
ville, Wisconsin 53516.
DENNIS HARDY. Born: December 4, 1950 in
Richland Center, Wisconsin. Attendi
dale High, Muscoda, Wisconsin. M
ondary Education. SNEA, Kappa
Intramural Sports. Future: Teach a
Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Muscoda, I
CATHY HARTMAN. Born: july 21,195
ton, Iowa. Attended: Chadwick Hig
Elementary Education. Kappa Alpr
Psychology Club, Elementary-jun
Club. Future: Elementary Teacher
Address: 52 School St., Chadwick
61014. "Treat others as you would w
LINDA HASKINS. Born: May 14, 194'
boo, Wisconsin. Attended: Barabi
Major: Sociology. Future: Anonymity
Address: 519 S. Center, Baraboo, I
BARBARA HAZEN. Born: February 21
Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. A
Wauzeka High. Major: English. Alph
Delta, Kappa Delta Phi, Lamba Iota T
International Relations Club. Future:
Librarian. Mailing Address: Wauzeka
DANA HEAL. Born: March 14, 1950
Wisc. Attended: Kickapoo High. Ma
Building Construction. Yearboc
National Assoc. of Home Builders, I
Tau, Pioneer Press Assoc., Society of
turing Engineers. Future: Constructio
istration. Mailing Address: Box 65, V
MARK HEFTY. Born: March 20, 1951
roe, Wisconsin. Attended: Montice
Major: Psychology. Varsity Track, Le
Club. R.R. 1, Monticello, Wisconsin 5
DAVID HEIAR. Born: May 24, 1950
du Chien, Wisconsin. Attended: Bloc
Wisc. Major: Biology. Gleemen, I
Sports. Future: Marine Biology.
Address: Box 83, Bloomington, W
KENNETH HEIAR. Born: November 1'
Maquoketa, Iowa. Attended: Andre
Major: Biology. Future: Explorer.
Address: R.R. 5, Maquoketa, Iowa 521
above all, To thine own self be true."
WILLIAM HEIN. Born: September 1E
Watertown, Wisconsin. Attended: L
High, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. Major:
ture. Tack and Saddle Club, Couples
League, Pioneer Rodeo. Future: Ag.
Designer. Mailing Address: RFD 1, L1
EINS. Born: january 4, 1951 in Bel-
'onsin. Attended: Mineral Point,
Major: History. Sigma Pi, N.E.A.,
s. Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
eral Point, Wisconsin 53565. "The
t a gift, it is an achievement." -
. Born: May 1, 1934 in Dubuque,
ded: Galena High, Galena, Illinois.
lish. Modern Foreign Language
a Iota Tau. Future: Teach. Mailing
05 Hill, Galena, Illinois 61036. "To
If is to foresee oneself: to foresee
unts to playing a part." - Valery.
ELGERSON. Born: March 19, 1951
, Wisconsin. Attended: Central
r: Accounting. Future: ?.
12 Sunrise Dr., LaCrosse, Wiscon-
NDRICKS. Born: October 26, 1951
isconsin. Attended: Luck High.
il Engineer. American Society of
nzers, Chi Epsilon. Future: Civil Engi-
wg Address: RFD. 2, Luck, Wiscon-
DRIX. Born: May 26, 1946 in Moline,
d: Horicon High, Horicon, Wiscon-
Industrial Technology. Varsity Golf,
im. Future: Golf and lndustry. Mail-
s: 838 Minenva, Horicon, Wisconsin
guts, no glory."
IENNESSY. Born: November 1, 1951
I Center, Wisconsin. Attended: Riv-
1, Muscoda, Wisconsin. Major: Eng-
ath. Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Delta
-ambda Delta, Homecoming Com-
Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
s River, Wisconsin 53518.
ESS. Born: December 10, 1949 in
ll. Attended: Stockton High. Major:
'SU-P Radio. Future: Yes. Mailing
49 S. Waro St., Stockton, Ill. 61085.
t in pursuit of excellence is no
you are what you eat."
-IINCHLEY. Born: August 8, 1951 in
Wisconsin. Attended: Cambridge
ir: Industrial Technology. Epsilon Pi
mural Sports. Future: Industrial Prod-
tiling Address: R.R. 2, Cambridge,
IINTZ. Born: April 7, 1951 in Fond
lisconsin. Attended: Horace Mann
mr: Music. Wind Ensemble, Univer-
s, Madrigal Singers, Orchestra, jazz
,MENC. Future: Teach. Mailing
..R. 1, Box 248, Fond du Lac, Wis-
A. HIFIIZ S. HIXSOT1 D, Holmen
W. Holnager D. Houston , l- HOVSY
I. Hughes l. Huitman P. Huizenga
K. Hullah P. Hume C. lgu
L. Ingwell 5- laCkllf1 M. jacques
LAURIE HIPENBECKER. Born: October 15, 1951
in Boscobel, Wisconsin. Attended: Riverdale
High, Muscoda, Wis. Major: Physical Educa-
tion. Majorette, Cheerleader, Homecoming
Committee '71, Gamma Phi Beta, WRA, Major
Minor Club. Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
R.R. 2, Box 128, Muscoda, Wisconsin.
IOHN HINDE. Born: july 28, 1951 in Epworth,
Iowa. Attended: Farley St. loseph's. Major:
Business-Economics. Exponent. Future: Law or
Grad. School. Mailing Address: Hillsdale,
Wisc. 54744. "By all means marry: If you get a
good wife You'll become happy: If you get a
bad one, you'll become a philosopher!"
SCOTT HIXSON. Born: May 15, 1951 in Water-
loo, Iowa. Attended: Clinton High, Clinton,
Iowa. Major: Light Building Construction.
National Home Builders Association, Men's
Intramurals. Mailing Address: 509W 7th Ave.,
So., Clinton, Iowa 52732. "Not to decide to
DALE HOLMEN. Born: july 19, 1951 in Madi-
son, Wisconsin. Attended: LaFollette High.
Major: Political Science. SAB, Alpha Phi
Omega. Future: Gov't work. Mailing Address:
29 Cumberland Ln., Madison, Wisconsin
53713. "lf it is to be, it is up to me, to do it."
DAVID HOOKER. Born: August 3, 1950 in
Richland Center, Wisconsin. Attended: Kicka-
poo High in Viola, Wisconsin. Major: lndus-
trial Techniques. Varsity Baseball, Nat'l Assoc.
of Home Builders, Letterrnan's Club. Future:
Architect. Mailing Address: Viola, Wisconsin
WAYNE HORKHEIMER. Born: December 10,
1950 in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.
Attended: Campion High. Major: Accounting
and Business. Future: Accountant. Mailing
Address: Rt. 1, Box 345, Prairie du Chien, Wis-
DAVID HOUSTON. Born: December 18, 1950
in Fort Madison, Iowa. Attended: Fort Madi-
son High. Major: Agricultural Technology.
Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta. Future: Agri-
culture. Mailing Address: Box 47, Rt. 1, West
Point, Iowa 52656. "Four years went pretty
IEANIE HOVEY. Born: November 13, 1950 in
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Attended: Marion
High, Marion, Iowa. Major: Philosophy and
Sociology. Co-Chairman '72 Spring Morato-
rium, Editor This Book, Kappa Alpha Sigma.
Future: Human Being. Mailing Address: 210
22nd, Marion, Iowa 52302. "Life is a mystery to
be lived, not a problem to be solved."
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IAMES HUILMAN. Born: November 8, 1951 in
Hazel Green, Wisconsin. Attended: Scales
Mound High, Scales Mound, Ill. Major: Tech-
nical Agriculture. Alpha Zeta, Marching Band.
Future: Farming. Mailing Address: R.R. 1,
Scales Mound, Illinois 61075. "Do what you
do, do well."
PAMELA HUIZIENGA. Born: October 19, 1951
in Clinton, Iowa. Attended: Fulton High, Ful-
ton, III. Major: Elementary Education. SNEA,
AWS. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 1126
12th Ave., Fulton, Ill. 61252.
STEVE HULL. Born: November 28, 1951 in
Hazel Green, Wisconsin. Major: Accounting.
"Never ask of money spent where the
spender thinks it went. Nobody was ever
meant to remember or invent what he did
with every cent."
KRISTINE HULLAH. Born: September 14, 1951
in Rochelle, Ill. Attended: Clinton, Clinton,
Wis. Major: Music. MENC, AWS. Future:
VISTA Teacher. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Beloit,
Wisconsin 53511. "lt's Great to be Alive."
CHARLES IGL. Born: March 4, 1951 in Water-
town, Wisconsin. Attended: Kettel Moraine
High. Major: Ag. Tech. and Art. Inter-Varsity
Christian Fellowship, Intramural Basketball.
Mailing Address: 2728 Hwy. Z, Dousman, Wis-
MARK IHM. Born: December 8, 1950 in Lan-
caster, Wisconsin. Attended: Lancaster Senior
High. Major: Political Science. Young Demo-
crats, Political Science Club, Legal Defense
Fund. Future: Manager of St. john Mine. Mail-
ing Address: Village, Potosi, Wisconsin 53820.
LARRY INGWELL. Born: june 17, 1951 in
Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Attended: Darlington
High, Darlington, Wisconsin. Major: Safety
Education. Intramural Sports, Belles and
Ambassadors. Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
Rt. 2, Mineral Point, Wisc. 53565.
TOM IACOBSON. Born: july 13, 1950 in Lodi,
Wis. Attended: Lodi High. Major: Civil Engi-
neering. ZPG, Environmental Crisis Organiza-
tion, Karate Club, Track, Soccer, ASCE. Future:
Hash Vender. Mailing Address: Box 57, Dane,
Wisconsin 53529. "The only dope worth
shooting is Richard Nixon" - Abbie Hoffman.
MIKE IACQUES. Born: july 8, 1950 in West
Allis, Wisc. Attended: West Allis Central High.
Major: Chemistry. Intramural Sports. Mailing
Address: 15345.75 West Allis, Wisconsin 53214.
"Man of mind, Man of soul, Don't you know
God made you so?"
DOUGLAS IAMES. Born: july 7, 1951 in Bing-
hamton, New York. Attended: Windsor High.
L. jerrett B- Iewell
M. jobgen R. johnson
R. jones M. Kabele
D. Kahn S. Kannenberg
j. Kapinus F- KHFS
Major: Music. Music Educators Nat
ence. Future: ?. Mailing Address:
Windsor, New York 13865.
DAVID IANISZEWSKI. Born: May 1
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Attended: 4
High. Major: Industrial Technology.
STEVEN IANSEN. Born: December 3
Antigo, Wisconsin. Attended: Ant
Major: Civil Engineering. Future:
Mailing Address: 1010 4th Ave., An
cfinsin. "When you say Bud, you"
RICHARD IARVIS. Born: july 14, 195'
toma, Wisconsin. Attended: Wauto
Major: Agri-Business. Alpha Gan
Intramurals, Alpha Zeta, Agri-Busi
Econ. Club, Gleemen. Future: Agn
Mailing Address: 845 W. Madison S
ville, Wisconsin 53818.
DIANA jENKINS. Born: May 8, 194
waukee, Wisconsin. Attended: West
Major: Speech. Black Student-Comm
ance. Future: Master's in Counselling
Address: 1115 N. 14th St., Milwaukee
sin 53233. "Life is a creative force in
we must move."
THOMAS IENNER. Born: july 7, 195
banks, Alaska. Attended: Waupaca H
paca, Wisc. Major: Technical Agr
Cross Country, Track, Lettermen's C
ing Address: 112 Maple St., Waupaca
PAMELA IENSEN. Born: February 21
Maquoketa, Iowa. Attended: Andrt
Andrew, Iowa. Major: History. ZPG,
Young Democrats. Future: Teacher
Writer. Mailing Address: Box 105,
LYNN jERRETT. Born: july 19, 1951 I
ter, Wisconsin. Attended: Lancas'
Major: Agricultural Mechanizatio
Gamma Rho, Soil Conservation Si
America, Environmental Impact Cc
Future: Shakey and Uncertain.
Address: R.R. 3, Lancaster, Wis.
ROBIN IOHNSON. Born: April 18, 191
tage, Wisconsin. Attended: Westfie
Major: Technical Agriculture. Future
Mailing Address: Oxford, Wisconsin.
DENNIS KAHN. Born: December 5,
Baraboo, Wisconsin. Attended: Sau
High, Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin. Majc
Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, MENC
Advisory Board, SNEA. Future: Grad
Mailing Address: Cedar St., Plattevi
. Born: November 14, 1946 in Gut-
wa. Attended: St. Mary's High.
strial Technology. Vet's Club, EPT.
stry. Mailing Address: 702 S. River
ttenberg, Iowa 52052.
. Born: August 29, 1951 in Baraboo,
ed: Baraboo High. Major: Elemen-
uture: Teach. Mailing Address: R.R.
AY. Born: February 27, 1949 in St.
uri, Attended: Pulaski High, Mil-
is. Major: Math. Football, Letter-
, Tau Epsilon, Student Act. Board.
h and Coach. Mailing Address: 80
. Born: December 22, 1949 in
. Attended: S.l. Case. Major: lndus-
NNEY. Born: November 5, 1950 in
w York. Attended: Kinnelon High,
New jersey. Major: Sociology.
ial Work. Mailing Address: Effinger
Baraboo, Wis. 53913. "I ask you
dog to man, why Tabby, there,
e nine lives to live, when I have
INTZ. Born: February 23, 1951 in
lenter, Wisconsin. Attended: Rich-
Major: Music. Inter-Varsity Chris-
Kyship, Yearbook, MENC, WRA.
ch. Mailing Address: Rte. 2, Rich-
r, Wis. 53581. "He who has the love
rist in their hearts has everything."
'FFER. Born: january 28, 1949 in Dar-
llis. Attended: Darlington High.
chology. Delta Gamma Phi. Future:
Manager. Mailing Address: R.R. 3,
, Wisconsin 53530.
EFFER. Born: january 17, 1950 in
, Wisconsin. Attended: Auburndale
Jrndale, Wisconsin. Major: Criminal
nbda Alpha Epsilon, Student Senate,
Flyers. Future: ?. Mailing Address:
tuburndale, Wis. 54412. "Life yields
ose who live most."
LLAND. Born: May 25, 1949 in Por-
Attended: Parkview High, Orford-
onsin. Major: History. Future: Teach
. Mailing Address: Box 74, Footville,
EFISCH. Born: November 11,1950 in
Falls, Wisconsin. Attended: Barab-
Major: Elementary Education. Ele-
Iunior High Club. Future: Teach.
.ddressz 970 Union St., Platteville,
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KAREN KLINKHAMMER. Born: March 24,1952
in Glen Haven, Wis. Attended: Bloomington
High, Bloomington, Wis. Major: Psychology
and English. Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda lota
Tau, Encounter. Future: Marriage, Family and
Help the Discontent. Mailing Address: Glen
Haven, Wis. 53810.
KENNETH KNERZER. Born: August 17, 1951 in
Lodi, Wisconsin. Attended: Lodi High. Major:
Business Administration. Basketball. Future:
Successful Businessman. Mailing Address: 110
Prairie, Lodi, Wisconsin 53555. "What a man
thinks of himself, that is what determines, or
rather indicates, his fate." - Thoreau.
THOMAS KNOBLE. Born: May 19, 1951 in
Gays Mills, Wis. Attended: North Crawford
High. Major: Comprehensive Business-Eco-
nomics. Varsity Football and Baseball, Letter-
men's Club. Mailing Address: Gays Mills, Wis-
GREGORY KOHLENBERG. Born: August 10,
1951 in Lancaster, Wis. Attended: Lancaster
High. Major: Agri-Business. Future: Farming.
Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Rewey, Wisconsin
MAYNARD KONKOL. Born: May 9, 1951 in
Amherst, Wisconsin. Attended: Tomorrow
River High. Major: Soil and Crop Science. Soil
and Conservation Society of America, Soil
judging Team. Future: ?. Mailing Address: R.R.
2, Box 175, Amherst, Wis. "To err is human, to
jULlE KOPPS. Born: july 11, 1951 in Highland,
Wis. Attended: Highland High. Major: French.
Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. Future:
Teach. Mailing Address: Rt. 2, Highland, Wis-
GERARD KRAEMER. Born: july 1, 1951 in Rich-
land Center, Wisconsin. Attended: River Val-
ley High, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Future:
lndustry. Mailing Address: Box 188, Plain, Wis.
FERDINAND KRAWCZUK. Born: Abril19, 1946
in Herrsching, Germany. Attended: William
Bay High. Major: Elementary Education. Vet's
Club, Modern Foreign Language Club. Future:
Teach. Mailing Address: 33 Williams St., Wil-
liams Bay, Wis. 53191.
ROBERT KRAVICK. Born: October 5, 1946 in
Madison, Wisconsin. Attended: Stoughton
High, Stoughton, Wis. Major: Business. Vet's
Club, Intramurals. Future: Personnel Manage-
ment. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Stoughton,
Wisconsin 53589. "Education is a rewarding
experience if one applies himself."
IOHN KRUEGER. Born: April 15, 1951 in
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High. Major: Ag-Economics. Alpha Gamma
Rho, Interfraternity Council, Ag-Business, Ag-
Economics, Intramurals. Future: Ag-Business
Management. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Mar-
shall, Wisconsin 53559.
KENNETH KRULL. Born: December 11, 1945 in
Milwaukee, Wis. Attended: Wisconsin Acad-
emy, Columbus, Wis. Major: Industrial Tech-
nology. Society of Industrial Technologists.
Future: Management. Mailing Address: R. 2,
Box 521, Franksville, Wisconsin.
CATHY KUHLE. Born: August 18, 1951 in Hazel
Green, Wisconsin. Attended: Hazel Green
High. Major: French. Student Senate, Kappa
Alpha Sigma. Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
Box 356, Hazel Green, Wisconsin 53811. "Il
pleure dans mon coeur Comme il pleut sur la
ville. Quelle est cette langueur Qui penetre
mon coeur." - Verlaine.
SHIRLEY KUNTZ. Born: August 9, 1951 in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Abraham Lincoln
High, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Major: Math. AWS,
DPMA and Computer Science Club. Future:
Computer Programmer. Mailing Address: 608
Arnold Ave., Council Bluffs, Ia.
RUSSELL KUTZ. Born: October 9, 1950 in
Watertown, Wisconsin. Attended: Palmyra
High, Palmyra, Wis. Major: Accounting.
Future: Accountant. Mailing Address: R.R. 1,
Sullivan, Wis. 53178. "An education is some-
thing that lasts a lifetime."
GARY LANDON. Born: November 9, 1951 in
Lancaster, Wis. Attended: Lancaster High.
Major: Technical Agriculture. Future: Farmer.
Mailing Address: R.R. 3, Lancaster, Wis. 53813.
IAMES LANG. Born: january 20, 1949 in
Waukesha, Wisconsin. Attended: Arrowhead
High, Hartland, Wisconsin. Major: Soil and
Crop Science. Alpha Gamma Rho, Soil Con-
servation Society of America, Collegiate Agri-
cultural Associate. Future: Soil Conservation-
ist. Mailing Address: 557 W. 25474, Lois La.,
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186.
JAMES LANGE. Born: September 16, 1951 in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Cuba City High,
Cuba City, Wis. Major: Accounting and Busi-
ness Administation. Future: CPA. Mailing
Address: Box 22, Dickeyville, Wisconsin 53808.
"Service to humanity is the best work of life."
CHERYL LARSON. Born: May 19, 1951 in
Schookapee, Minnesota. Attended: Whitewa-
ter High, Whitewater, Wisconsin. Major:
Criminal justice. Lambda Alpha Epsilon.
Future: Police Work. Mailing Address: Rt. 2,
Whitewater, Wis. 53190.
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MARILYN LEIFER. Born: March 13, 1951 in Lan-
caster, Wisconsin. Attended: Lancaster High.
Major: Elementary Education. SNEA, Elemen-
tary-junior High Club. Future: Teach. Mailing
Address: RFD 3, Lancaster, Wisconsin. 53813.
LINDA LEVEILLE. Born: january 9, 1951 in
LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Attended: Marshfield
Senior High, Marshfield, Wisconsin. Major:
Elementary Education. Future: Teach. Mailing
Address: 1567 Delhi, Dubuque, Iowa 52001.
MICHAEL LEMKE. Born: March 29, 1950 in
Green Bay, Wisconsin. Attended: De Pere
High, De Pere, Wisconsin. Major: Industrial
Technology. Society of Manufacturing Engi-
neers, Ski Bummers. Future: Unknown. Mail-
ing Address: R.R. 2, Greenleaf, Wisconsin
RICHARD LENZ. Born: November 23, 1951 in
Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Attended: Valders
High, Valders, Wis. Major: Animal Science.
Alpha Gamma Rho, Phi Eta Sigma. Future: Vet-
erinarian. Mailing Address: R.R. 3, Manitowoc,
CRAIG LEV. Born: june 1, 1951 in Davenport,
Iowa. Attended: Davenport Central High.
Major: Agricultural Economics and Psychol-
ogy. Psychology Club, Ag-Business and Eco-
nomics Club, RHC, Student Housing Campus
Planning Committee. Future: ?. Mailing
Address: 3103 Sheridan, Davenport, Iowa
SIGRID LIND. Born: September 20, 1950 in
Viroqua, Wisconsin. Attended: Varoqua High.
Elementary Education. Kappa Alpha
Sigma. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 206
Circle Drive, Viroqua, Wisconsin 54665.
jANIS LINTVEDT. Born: july 10, 1951 in Lan-
caster, Wis. Attended: Fennimore High. Major:
English. Future: Whatever makes me happy.
Mailing Address: RFD 2, Fennimore, Wiscon-
sin 53809 cfo W. Lund.
RHONDA LINTVEDT. Born: October 22, 1949
in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. Attended: Fort
Atkinson High. Major: Art Education. Kappa
Delta Pi, Women's Glee Club, Art Club.
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: Rt. 4, Platte-
ROBERT LINTVEDT. Born: December 14, 1946
in Lancaster, Wis. Attended: Lancaster Senior
High. Major: Zoology. Vet's Club, Homecom-
ing '71, SAB, Theta Beta. Future: Male Nurse in
U.S. Army. Mailing Address: 210 N. jefferson
St., Lancaster, Wisconsin 53813.
LYNETTE LITCHFIELD. Born: April 4, 1951.in
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Attended: Dodgeville
High. Major: Elementary Education. Future:
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Teach. Mailing Address: 509 W. Division,
Dodgeville, Wis. 53533. "Loyalty to petrified
opinion never yet broke a chain or freed a
human soul." - M. Twain.
TERRY LUBCKE. Born: june 13, 1946 in Madi-
son, Wisconsin. Attended: West Sr. High.
Major: Accounting and Business Admin. Beta
Gamma Rho. Future: Systems Analyst. Mailing
Address: 2213 Simpson St., Madison, Wiscon-
sin 53713. "The end is just the beginning!"
MARjEAN LUCAS. Born: September 29, 1950 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Iowa-Grant High.
Major: Speech. Karrmali Club. Future: Librar-
ian. Mailing Address: Montfort, Wis. 53569.
"Gratitude takes three forms, a feeling in the
heart, an expression in words, and giving in
RANDALL LUNC. Born: August 2, 1951 in
Amery, Wis. Attended: Hollandale High.
Major: Business Adm. Beta Gamma Rho.
Future: Manager. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Hol-
landale, Wis. 53544. "Man' flight through life
is sustained by the power of his knowledge."
MICKEY LUTH. Born: September 3, 1951 in
Harvard, Ill. Attended: Harvard High. Major:
Agriculture Economics. Future: Commodity
Broker and Trader. Mailing Address: 24808
Hunter Rd., Harvard, Ill. 60033. "I will always
remember your face and ideas even if I can't
remember your name."
RANDALL LUTZ. Born: October 10, 1950 in
Milwaukee, Wis. Attended: New Berlin High.
Major: Civil Engineering. Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma
Tau Gamma. Future: Civil Engineer. Mailing
Address: 17815 W. Roosevelt Ave., New Berlin,
Wis. 53151. "It's just the way that I feel about
Tomorrow." - M. Gibb.
LANA LYGHT. Born: March 21, 1951 in Platte-
ville, Wis. Attended: Iowa-Grant High. Major:
Education. Future: Teacher. Mailing Address:
Rte. 1, Montfort, Wisconsin 53569. "The soul
would have no rainbow had the eyes no
tears." - j. Cheney.
jOHN MacKlNNON. Born: january 12, 1951 in
Amboy, Ill. Attended: Amboy High. Major:
Cicil Engineering. Future: Environmental Engi-
neer. Mailing Address: 118 S. Mason Ave.,
Amboy, Ill. 61310. "It is for us the living . . .
to be dedicated here to the unfinished work
which they who fought here have thus far so
nobly advanced." - Lincoln.
jlM MacKNlCK. Born: August 13, 1950 in Mad-
ison, Wis. Attended: Belleville High. Major:
Music. Madrigal Singer, University Singer,
Gleeman. Future:,Attend University of Minne-
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SAMUEL MAKI. Born: july 18, 1951 in Crystal
Falls, Michigan. Attended: Florence High, Flor-
ence, Wis. Major: Criminal justice. Future:
SUSAN MANSKE. Born: February 19, 1951 in
Edgerton, Wis. Attended: Milton Union High,
Milton, Wis. Major: Biology. Kappa Alpha
Sigma, Biology Club. Mailing Address: 509
Golden Lane, Milton junction, Wisconsin
MICHAEL MARKS. Born: September 14, 1951
in Milwaukee, Wis. Attended: Wauwatosa
West. Major: Industrial Technology. Future:
Industrial Management. Mailing Address:
10107 W. Courtland Ave., Wauwatosa, Wis.
53225. "Fish and Visitors smell in three days."
- B. Franklin.
BRENDA MARTIN. Born: September 15, 1951
in Prairie du Chien, Wis. Attended: Blooming-
ton High. Major: Music. Madrigal, University
Singers, SAB, Pioneer Players. Future: Teach.
Mailing Address: 232 Gardner Hall, Platteville,
DOUGLAS MARTIN. Born: October 2, 1951 in
Lancaster, Wis. Attended: Bloomington High.
Major: Business-Economics. Future: Finance.
Mailing Address: R.F.D, Bloomington, Wis.
jAMES MARTIN. Born: December 15, 1950 in
Rockford, Ill. Attended: Rockford East High.
Major: Industrial Technology. Bowling Team.
Future: Woman and job. Mailing Address: 321
Rome Ave., Rockford, lll. 61107. "Good organ-
ization and communications can solve many
problems you thought could never be accom-
MICHAEL MARTIN. Born: july 20, 1949 in
Madison, Wis. Attended: Edgewood High.
Major: Business Administration. Lambda
Sigma Pi. Future: Sales. Mailing Address: 2138
Oakridge, Madison, Wis. 53704. "Life is to be
lived, not endured." '
ROBERT MARTIN. Born: September 10, 1948 in
Prairie du Chien, Wis. Attended: Prairie High.
Major: Elementary Education. Madrigal, Men's
Glee. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: Apt.
304, 960 Union St., Platteville, Wisc. 53818.
THOMAS MARTIN. Born: May 7, 1949 in She-
boygan, Wis. Attended: Sheboygan High.
Major: Agricultural Economics. Varsity Base-
ball, lntramurals. Future: Management. Mail-
ing Address: 1223 Lincoln Ave., Sheboygan,
Wis. 53081. "FlNALLY!"
WAYNE MARTIN. Born: October 23, 1951 in
Freeport, Ill. Attended: Warren High. Major:
Agriculture Education. Future: Teach. Mailing
C. Maldrem S. Maki
S. Manske B. Martin
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D. Martin I- Martin
R. Martin W. Martin
M. Masbruch D. Matthias
Address: R.R. 1, Stockton, Illinois 6'
Sex Beer and Wine, I was in the class
DANIEL MATTHIAS. Born: june 253
Manitowoc, Wis. Attended: Valde
Animal Science. Alpha Gamma Rho,
bile, Sno-Din. Future: People and A
Mailing Address: 1303 Ahrens, M
Wis. 54220. "Life is Love. Without Lo'
IOHN MASON. Born: june 7, 1951 i
ter, Wis. Attended: Bloomington Hi
Animal Science. Phi Eta Sigma. Futi
Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Glen Hai
53810. "You can be only as wise as
will allow and the Lord will allow yoi
wise as you are willing to work for."
PATRICIA MCCARTHY. Born: june 27
Evanston, Ill. Attended: Catholic A
High. Major: Business-Economi
Gamma Rho, SAB. Future: Manager
Address: 1165 Forest Lane, Brookfi-
jAMES MCCAULLEY. Born: january
Hollandale, Wis. Attended: Holland.
Major: Business Admin. Future: ?.
Address: RFD 1, Hollandale, Wi:
"LYPHE - it's all how you look at it."
KATHLEEN MCDONALD. Born: jar
1952 in Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: D
High. Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA.
Teach. Mailing Address: 304 North
lington, Wis. "Hold fast to dream
dreams die, life is a broken-winged
THOMAS MCGOVERN. Born: january
in Pekin, Ill. Attended: LaCrosse Cent
Major: Industrial Education. Future
Mailing Address: 2137 Winnebago, W
for a life away from the micr
microsmic artificiality of being profs
DANIEL MCGUIRE. Born: May 31,
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Holy Nan
nary. Major: Business Administratio
Sigma Phi. Future: Management.
Address: Rte. 2, Highland, Wis. 53543
too bad Uncle Sam!"
MARY MCGUIRE. Born: May 10,
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Darlingtc
Major: International Studies. Future: ?.
Address: RFD 1 Box 90, Mineral Pol
53565. "Commuting is worth 5l54,000."
DAVID MCINTOSH. Born: july 7,
LaCrosse, Wis. Attended: Viroqua Higl
Industrial Engineering. Lambda Si
Future: Secure and Happy. Mailing .
640 Williams, Viroqua, Wis. 54665. "T
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two kinds of people in the world - those
that find an excuse and those that find a
IOHN MCMAHON. Born: November 6, 1951 in
Lancaster, Wis. Attended: Lancaster High.
Major: Technical Agriculture. Alpha Gamma
Rho. Future: Peace Corps. Mailing Address:
Rte. 1, Box 203, Lancaster, Wis. "Living is
learning through new experiences. College
life is living at its best."
WILLIAM McNALLY. Born: October 28, 1950 in
Janesville, Wis. Attended: Milton High. Major:
Animal Science. Future: Agri-Business. Mailing
Address: Rte. 1, Milton, Wis. 53563. "Knowl-
edge is the greatest of possessions - it can-
not be stolen or lost, its value cannot be
measured, but it can be transferred to others."
MARGARET MCPHAIL. Born: September 3,
1951 in Platteville, Wis. Attended: Platteville
High. Major: Elementary Education. WRA,
NEA, Elem. Education Club. Future: Teach.
Mailing Address: 285 E. Furnace St., Platteville,
DIANN CIEISSNER. Born: February 5, 1949 in
Beaver Dam, Wis. Attended: Garkisan Public
High. Major: Education. Future: Teach English.
Mailing Address: Box 28, R.R. 2, Cazenovia,
STEVE MERTINS. Born: October 27, 1951 in
Milwaukee, Wis. Attended: Oconomowic Sr.
High. Major: Zoology. Future: Computer Pro-
gramming. Mailing Address: 1261 W. Wis.
Ave., Oconomowoc, Wis. "Whoever loves dis-
cipline loves knowledge, but he who hates
reproof is stupid. Like a gold ring in a swine's
snout is beautiful woman without discretion."
ANN METCALF. Born: December 24, 1950 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Dodgeville, Wis.
Major: Elem.-lr. High Club, SNEA, Kappa Delta
Pi. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 1113 john
St., Dodgeville, Wis. 53533.
IAMES MEYER. Born: lune 30, 1947 in West
Bend, Wis. Attended: Campbellsport High.
Major: Business Adm. and Econ. Vet's Club.
Future: Sales Representative. Mailing Address:
Apt. D-3, Sunset Heights, Platteville, Wis.
CATHY MICHELS. Born: February 3, 1951 in
Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Attended: River Valley
High. Major: Elementary Education. "All the
flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seed
EDITH MILESTONE. Born: December 20, 1930
in Martintown, Wis. Attended: Winslow and
Monroe High. Major: Education. NEA. Future:
K. Moerer P. Moffett
T. Morgan R. Moring
K Mottley P Mowers
j, Murphy R. Murphy
D. Myers D. Nable
Teach. Mailing Address: 908 22nd St., Monroe,
CRAIG MILLER. Born: September 21, 1948 in
Racine, Wis. Attended: St. Catherine's. Major:
Accounting. Future: Graduate School. Mailing
Address: 1362 Deane Blvd., Racine, Wis. 53405.
"If memories are all I've got, l'd rather drive a
IERRY MILLER. Born: December 22, 1950 in
Freeport, Ill. Attended: Freeport Sr. High.
Major: Business-Economics. Future: Banking.
Mailing Address: W. Stephensan St. Rd., Free-
port, Ill. "I shall pass through this world but
once. Any good therefore, that I can do or
any kindness, I can show, let me do it
now. . ." - Drummond.
LARRY MILLER. Born: November 17, 1948 in
Penn Yan, New York. Attended: Penn Yan
Academy. Major: Soil and Crop Science. Delta
Upsilon. Future: Vegetable Crop Farmer. Mail-
ing Address: RFD. 5, Penn Yan, New York
LEON MINDHAM. Born: May 6, 1950 in Bos-
cobel, Wis. Attended: Boscobel High. Major:
Biology. Biology Club, Intramural Sports, Biol-
ogy College Board. Future: Teach. Mailing
Address: R.R. 2, Gays Mills, Wisconsin 54631.
GREGG MITCHELL. Born: March 2, 1951 in
Madison, Wisconsin. Attended: Memorial
High. Major: Light Building Construction.
Future: Field Engineer. Mailing Address: 5209
Manitowoc Pkwy., Madison, Wis. 53705. "lust
outside my wisdom are words that would
answer everything." - Angland.
PHILLIP MOFFETT. Born: November 23, 1948
in Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Platteville High.
Major: Mining Engineering. AIME, SAB, Delta
Upsilon, Miners' EE Club, Student Senate.
Future: Great! Mailing Address: 5 Preston Dr.,
THOMAS MORGAN. Born: February 2, 1950 in
Portage, Wis. Attended: Adams-Friendship
High. Major: Agriculture Education. Future:
Teach. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Grand Marsh,
Wis. 53936. "My last name stands for - Many
Old Relics of Genuine Automobile Nature."
RONALD MORING. Born: August 11, 1950 in
Freeport, Ill. Attended Le-Win High, Lena, Ill.
Major: Industrial Technology. Future: Indus-
trial Work. Mailing Address: 217 S. Main,
Verona, Wis. 53593.
KRISTY MOTTLEY. Born: November 1, 1951 in
Darlington, Wis. Attended: Darlington High.
Major: Sociology and Psychology. Kappa
Alpha Sigma. Miss UW-Platteville '72. Future:
Counseling or Social Work. Mailing Address:
1202 Keep St., Darlington, Wis. 53530.
PATRICK MOWERS. Born: March 1,
Milwaukee, Wis. Attended: Greenfia
Major: Criminal justice. ROTC, Ski
Future: Law Enforcement. Mailing
8750 W. Nat'I Ave., West Allis, Wi
"We try to 'change society and th
world and neglect those right aroui
The people we work with, live with,
every day. Let us get it together vi
IAMES MURPHY. Born: December 25
Richland Center, Wis. Attended: No
ford Sr. Highj Major: Psychology an
trial Safety. Future: Social Work o
Mailing Address: Rte. 2, Bohman Dr.,
Center, Wisc. 53581. "lf you want to 4
thing, it's never too late."
ROSE MURPHY. Born: june 14,
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Holland:
Major: Psychology. Psychology Club
Graduate School "Come into the n
friend. leave society and take no one
but your true self. Get close to naturi
everyday games will be insignifican
the clouds spontaneously forming pa
and try do that with your own life!"
DANIEL MYERS. Born: February 25,
Beloit, Wis. Attended: Beloit Memor
Major: Business and English. Future:
ing and Advertising. Mailing Addr:
Euclid Ave., Beloit, Wis. 53511. "One
days, Alice - POW!!! Right in the K
LAVERN NALL. Born: july 18, 1950 in
Wis. Attended: Monroe High. Maj
Engineering. Future: Civil Engineer.
Address: Rte. 1, Browntown, Wis. 52
your own self at your very best all tl
THOMAS NALL. Born: April 29, 1950
roe, Wis. Attended: Argyle High. Maj'
Sciences. Delta Sigma Phi, SAB. Futur
Mailing Address: 385 W. Pine, Plattew
IACQUELINE NEIL. Born: May 30,
Waterloo, Iowa. Attended: Hudsc
Major: Education. Iota Rho, NEA.
Teach. Mailing Address: R.R. 2, CL
IOHN NEIS. Born: Iuly 1, 1945 in P
Wis. Attended: Benton Public High
Industrial Technology. Epsilon Pi Tau
Industrial Technology. Mailing Addre
Grace St., Dubuque, Iowa 52001. "Tr
way of Failing."
ON lll. Born: August 29, 1951 in
:k, Ill. Attended: Monroe High.
l and Crop Science. Future: Work
soil and crops. Mailing Address:
LSON. Born: May 11, 1951 in Cale-
nn. Attended: Caledonia High.
ht Building Construction. Future:
ontractor. Mailing Address: 123 N.
Caledonia, Minn. 55921.
MANN. Born: june 10,1951 in Mil-
is. Attended: Wisconsin Lutheran
or: industrial Technology. Future:
nt, Field Work. Mailing Address:
1st St., Milwaukee, Wis. 53220. "A
e cheese in the ear never hurt any-
.AAN. Born: September 22, 1950 in
Rapids, Wis. Attended: Assumption
Jr: Civil Engineering. ASCE. Future:
Engineer. Mailing Address: 551 3rd
consin Rapids, Wis. 54494. "jeanne
IEBUHR. Born: April 9, 1951 in Mad-
Attended: LaFollette High. Major:
ng and Business Administration.
ccountant. Mailing Address: 408
Et., Madison, Wis. "Life is like an ice
eg often hard to swallow - you
k it to enjoy it."
NIELSEN. Born: August 30, 1951 in
iwa. Attended: Clinton High. Major:
nputer Science Club. Future: Com-
nce. Mailing Address: 3413 Pershing,
lOBLE. Born: july 30, 1951 in Lancas-
Attended: Platteville High. Major:
Agriculture. Dairy Cattle judging
ure: Farm. Mailing Address: R.R. 2,
NOLDEN. Born: December 31, 1945
T, Wis. Attended: Sauk-Prairie High.
griculture-Economics. Vet's Club.
.ddressz Rte. 1, Prairie du Sac, Wis.
y future is clear as mud."
PRRIS. Born: September 26, 1949 in
ty, Kansas. Attended: North Division,
e, Wis. Major: Political Science. "I
tack the upper echelons of the legal
1, so I hope I have prepared myself
aw School. l thank God for the mira-
ance which helped me endure these
years which seemed at times insur-
e. l give my utmost respect to my
teemed friends and enemies who
ir positions unequivocally and crystal
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clear. I pray for more of the occasional educa-
tors who gave me a relevant education. But
most of all, to my backstabbing critics land
they know who they are . . . j l give a chance
to osculate my coccyx."
CHARLES NORTHRUP, jR. Born: March 24,
1951 in Dubuque, lowa. Attended: Dubuque
Sr. High. Major: Business Administration.
Alpha Phi Omega, Swim Team, Lettermen's
Club. Future. Chain Store Man. Mailing
Address: 201 Dillon, Dubuque, Iowa 52001.
JANE O'BRlEN. Born: june 10, 1950 in Madi-
son, Wis. Attended: Edgewood High. Major:
Elementary Educ. Women's Glee, Sigma Pi Lit-
tle Sister. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: Rte.
2, Seminole Hwy. Madison, Wis. 53711.
"When the goings get tough, the tough get
BARBARA O'LEARY. Born: january 29, 1951 in
Elgin, lll. Attended: Woodstock High. Major:
History. Alpha Lambda Delta. Future: Librar-
ian. Mailing Address: 1011 Rose Ct., Wood-
stock, lll. 60098. "I don't know where l'm
going, but l'm on my way."
IAMES OLSEN. Born: April 10, 1951 in Lodi,
Wis. Attended: Lodi High. Major: Industrial
Technology. Future: Production Manager.
Mailing Address: Rte. 1, Lodi, Wis. 53555. "l've
learned a lot in college but it's only a drop in
the bucket compared to what l'm going to
jAMES OLSON. Born: March 8, 1951 in Dubu-
que, Iowa. Attended: Dubuque Sr. High.
Major: Soil and Crop Science. Future: Farm
Machinery and Field Serviceman. Mailing
Address: 913 Liberty St., Dubuque, iowa. "No
matter where I go there has never been less
than two of me. But for my buddies they
don't have to ask which one is he, because
l'M a member of WHO'S HE."
jANE OLSON. Born: December 18, 1950 in
Platteville, Wis. Attended: Cuba City High.
Major: Speech. Pioneer Players, Alpha Psi
Omega, Gamma Phi Beta, Homecoming
Queen '72. Future: Teach and Direct Plays.
Mailing Address: 504 S. Main, Cuba City, Wis.
LEONARD OLSON. Born: October 18, 1951 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: River Valley High.
Major: Agriculture Technology. Collegiate
Agricultural Association. Mailing Address: R.R.
3, Spring Green, Wis. 53588.
SHARON OLSON. Born: March 28, 1951 in
Cuba City, Wis. Attended: Cuba City High.
Major: Accounting. Future: Accounting. Mail-
ing Address: 425 E. Clay St., Cuba City, Wis.
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53807. "Climb far, your goal the sky, your aim
the star." - Anonymous.
IOHN OPHEVEN. Born: October 30,1949in St.
Louis, Missouri. Attended: Webb High, Reeds-
burg, Wis. Major: Economics. Future: Find a
job. Mailing Address: 428 North Locust St.,
Reedsburg, Wis. 53959. "lt riles them to
believe that you perceive the web they weave
and keep on thinking free" - Moody Blues.
JOHN OPPRIECHT. Born: October 3, 1951 in
Prairie de Chien, Wis. Attended: Seneca High.
Major: Animal Science. Delta Sigma Phi, Let-
termen's Club, Gymnastic Team. Future: Man-
agement or Research. Mailing Address: R.R. 1,
ROD OPSAL. Born: May 31, 1950 in Dodge-
ville, Wis. Attended: Darlington High. Major:
Business and Economics. Delta Sigma Phi,
DBC. Future: General Principles. Mailing
Address: RFD. 2, Darlington, Wis. 53530.
THOMAS ORTELL. Born: january 24, 1951 in
Racine, Wis. Attended: james Madison High.
Major: Business and Economics. Sigma Pi.
Future: Millionaire. Mailing Address: 8265 W.
Green Tree, Milwaukee, Wis. 53223. "Remem-
ber how we spent the midnight stars too late
for Beach, too early for bars all of us together
would raise our glasses and drink a toast to
Times gone by."
THEODORE OSSMANN. Born: january 3, 1951
in Green Bay, Wis. Attended: East DePere
High, DePere, Wis. Major: Agri-Business.
Future: Farm. Mailing Address: Rte. 1, DePere,
Wis. 54115. "The true value of an education is
only that which we can apply."
DON OTTO. Born: April 28, 1950 in Austin,
Minn. Attended: Dubuque Sr. High. Major:
Safety Education. Future: Driver Ed. Teacher.
Mailing Address: 3321 S. Hampton Dr., Betten-
dorf, Iowa 52722. "Does the egret regret?"
WILLIAM PAAR. Born: February 1, 1949 in
Verona, Wis. Attended: Verona High. Major:
Light Building Construction. Delta Sigma Phi.
Future: Housing Design. Mailing Address: 318
S. Main St., Verona, Wis. 53593. "A smile is a
little curve that helps to set a lot of things
SALLY PARKINS. Born: March 29, 1951 in
Platteville, Wis. Attended: Bloomington High.
Major: French. Future: Teach and Travel. Mail-
ing Address: RFD., Glen Haven, Wis. 53810.
"Though we travel the world over to find the
beautiful, We must carry it with us or we find
it not." - Emerson.
SUSAN PARKINS. Born: March 29, 1951 in
Platteville, Wis. Attended: Bloomington High.
D. Osterhaus D. Otto
I. OIIOSOI1 W. Paar
S, Palzkill D. Paritlioff
C. Pape S. Parkins
S. Parkins W. Parsons
Major: Music. MENC, Kappa Delta Ph
Teach. Mailing Address: RFD 1, Glei
Wis. 53810. "At this University I have
not to let schooling interfere with m
DAVID PARKINSON. Born: October
in Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Unic
Major: Chemistry. Future: Chemist.
Address: 1308 10th Ave., Union Gro
53182. "All virtue lies in individual a
inward action, in self determination.
no moral worth in being swept avi
crowd, even to the best objects." -
WILLIAM PARSONS. Born: May 14,
Waterloo, Wis. Attended: Waterlo
Major: Technical Agriculture. Lett
Club. Future: Dairy Farming. Mailing
Rte. 1, Waterloo, Wis.
SAMUEL PALZKILL. Born: September
in Dodgeville High. Major: Accountii
Co. Boots and Saddle Club. Future: CI
ing Address: 210 S. Dacotah, Dodgev
53533. "l used to be conceited, now
DAVID PANTZLAFF. Born: February 6
Green Bay, Wis. Attended: East DePe
Major: Civil Engineering. Future: Ci
neer. Mailing Address: ? "When
entereth into thine heart, and knovi,
pleasant into thy soul: discretion sl
serve thee, fandl understanding sh,
thee." -the Proverbs.
CHARLES PAPE. Born: April 25, 1951
du Lac, Wis. Attended: Winnebago A
Major: Civil Engineering. Lutheran Cc
ASCE. Future: Municipal Engineer.
Address: 240 7th St., Fon du Lac, Wis. I
ELLEN PAPP. Born: August 5, 1950 i
Green, Wis. Attended: Hazel Gree
Major: Elementary Education. SNEA.
Teach. Mailing Address: 670 Linden St
ville, Wis. 53818. "A teacher affects
he can never tell where his influence 5
ROBERT PASCALY. Born: March 20,
Chicago, Ill. Attended: Gordon Tecl
Major: Marketing. Sigma Tau Gamma
puter Science Club. Future: Pascaly
prises. Mailing Address: 3641 N. Keel
cago, Ill. 60641. "School's Out."
DICK PAUL. Born: May 18, 1946 in F
III. Attended: Freeport Sr. High. Maj:
Engineering. SAB, Vet's Club, Tau Kap
Ion. Mailing Address: 1417 S. Harlem, F
lll. "Press on! Nothing in the world c
the place of Persistence."
LINDA PALJLS. Born: September 27, 1951 in
Elkhorn, Wis. Attended: Elkhorn High. Future:
Accountant. Mailing Address: 160 Bradford,
Platteville, Wis. 53818. "The most I can do for
my friend, is simply to be his friend."
RODNEY PAULSON. Born: August 7, 1950 in
Madison, Wis. Attended: Argyle. Major: Art
Education. Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
R.R. 2, Argyle, Wis. 53504. "Experience is the
only true teacher."
ROBERT PEASLEE. Born: May 20, 1950 in Mani-
towoc, Wis. Attended: Lincoln High. Major:
Industrial Technology. Future: -"How High Is
Up." Mailing Address: 1244 N. 9th, Manito-
woc, Wis. 54220. "Do not waste your days try-
ing to prolong them: use your time."
KENT PETERSON. Born: May 18, 1950 in Wild
Rose, Wis. Attended: Wautoma High. Major:
Ag. Technology. Sigma Tau Gamma. Future:
Agriculture. Mailing Address: Rte. 2, Box 61,
Wild Rose, Wis. 54984.
PETER PETO. Born: October 8, 1951 in Mil-
waukee, Wis. Attended: Oconomowoc High.
Major: Industrial Education. Future: Teach.
Mailing Address: 7541 McMahon Rd., Ocono-
mowoc, Wis. 53066. "Begin at once to live,
and count each day as a separate life." -
DANIEL PHILLIPS. Born: April 20, 1948 in Fen-
nimore, Wis. Attended: Fennimore High.
Major: Theater Communications. Future: Life
- Theater. Mailing Address: Denver, Colo-
rado. "lf evil there seems, understand the
STEVE PICKETT.,Born: September 2, 1950 in
Darlington, Wis. Attended: Darlington High.
Major: Speech-Broadcasting. Future: A Place
in History. Mailing Address: 238 W. Catherine
St., Darlington, Wis. 53530. "KTFO - think
about it." The best of Bush. Share and share
alike but make sure you have the biggest
share. "The Best Bush."
STANLEY PIEPENBURG. Born: October 26,
1950 in Brillion, Wis. Attended: Brillion High.
Major: Industrial Education. Phi Sigma Epsilon.
Future: To live a life of satisfaction. Mailing
Address: 231 Wis. Ave., Brillion, Wis. 54110.
IOELLEN PITTZ. Born: March 9,1951 in Platte-
ville, Wis. Attended: Platteville High. Major:
Physical Education. Future: Teach. Mailing
Address: 540 S. Chestnut, Platteville, Wis.
53818. "I have to be me and you have to be
you. Only then will us be beautiful."
MARK PITZLIN. Born: june 29, 1951 in Hori-
con, Wis. Attended: Horicon High. Major:
Business Administration. Beta Gamma Rho.
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Future: Executive. Mailing Address: Rte. 1,
Horicon, Wis. 53032. "Every man in this world
has a purpose for which he was born, find it
and carry on."
DAVID PLACKE. Born: November 23, 1951 in
Hazel Green, Wis. Attended: Wahlert High,
Dubuque, Ia. Major: Agricultural Technology.
Dairy judging Team. Future: Farm. Mailing
Address: Rte. 1, Hazel Green, Wis. 53811.
MIKE POBANZ. Born: December 27, 1950 in
Ladysmith, Wis. Attended: Ladysmith High.
Major: History. Wrestling Team. Future: Teach
and Businessman. Mailing Address: 218 W. 3rd
St., Ladysmith, Wis. 54848. "I have learned and
done many things only to wish not to have
done many of those things."
FREDERICK PRATT. Born: May 29, 1951 in
Madison, Wis. Attended: Baraboo Sr. High.
Major: Business Administration. Future: Suc-
cessful Businessman. Mailing Address: 1122
Summit St., Baraboo, Wis. 53913. "Love of
Love, Love of Life, Giving without measure
gives in return a wondrous years, a vision
almost seen. Give Hand and Hand, and
Together we will stand, on the Threshold of a
dream. - Now we know that we are real." -
ROBERT PRIDEAUX. Born: january 3, 1950 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Dodgeville High.
Future: Accounting. Mailing Address: 109 S.
Dacotah, Dodgeville, Wis. 53533.
RONALD PUNZEL. Born: january 15, 1950 in
Watertown, Wis. Attended: Cambridge High.
Major: Light Building Construction. RHC,
Intramurals. Future: Construction Design.
Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Box 190, Cambridge,
Wis. 53523. "Success is for those who strive
MICHAEL PURNELL. Born: August 14, 1944 in
Mother Earth. Attended: N.A. High. Major:
Agriculture. Future: Bureaucratic. Mailing
Address: Box 57, Dickeyville, Wis. "I'm happy
with organics, non-violence and my wife."
KERMIT QUINN. Born: july 5,1950 in Portage,
Wis. Attended: Westfield High. Major: Busi-
ness and Economics. SAB, Beta Gamma Rho,
Forum Committee, Public Relations Commit-
tee, Beer Committee. Future: Management.
Mailing Address: 312 W. 4th St., Westfield,
RICHARD RADKE. Born: March 12, 1951, in
Beaver Dam, Wis. Attended: Beaver Dam
High. Major: Industrial Education. Epsilon Pi
Tau, Kappa Delta Phi, Intramural Sports.
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 120 Stone,
Beaver Dam, Wisconsin 53916.
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BILL RAEDER. Born: April 10, 1950 in Marsh-
field, Wis. Attended: Marshfield Sr. High.
Mailing Address: 1614 Felker Ave., Marshfield,
BEVERLY RAISBECK. Born: january 19, 1950 in
Lancaster, Wis. Attended: Lancaster High.
Marching Band, Majorette. Future: Teach.
Mailing Address: Rt. 1, Lancaster, Wis. 53813.
IEANNE RAISBECK. Born: February 17, 1951 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Iowa-Grant, Liv-
Tngston, Wis. Major: Elementary Education.
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 115 Arnesun
Rd., Barneveld, Wis. "It takes thirty-four mus-
cles to frown and only thirteen to smile, so
why make the extra effort."
LARRY RAISBECK. Born: April 6,1951 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Barneveld High.
Major: Business-Economics. Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon. Future: Financial Business. Mailing
Address: 115 Arneson Rd., Barneveld, Wis.
53507. "Friends are different, but who wants-a
RONALD RASQUE. Born: May 9, 1951 in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Cuba City High.
Major: Civil Engineering. ASCE. Future: Engi-
neer. Mailing Address: 320 N. Washington St.,
Cuba City, Wis. "Our destiny is not to protest
the conditions of the world, but to use our
abilities to make the earth a better place for
all mankind. Did Edison curse the darkness?"
LYNN REAR. Born: September 9, 1949 in Mon-
row, Wis. Attended: Blanchardville High.
Major: Animal Science. Tack 84 Saddle Club,
Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Zeta. Future: ?. Mail-
ing Address: R.R. 2, Argyle, Wis. 53504.
STEVEN REAR. Born: june 27, 1950 in Monroe,
Wis. Attended: Darlington High. Future: ?.
Major: Agricultural Economics. Delta Sigma
Phi, Lettermen's Club. Mailing Address: R.R. 2,
Argyle, Wis. 53504.
ELLEN REUTER. Born: lanuary12,1951 in Mad-
ison, Wis. Attended: Riverdale High. Major:
Psychology. Psychology Club, Yearbook.
Future: Graduate School. Mailing Address:
Rte. 1, Avoca, Wis. "It comes to the individ-
ual, the race, and the nation, once in a life-
time to decide upon the course to be pursued
as a career" - Garvey.
CYNTHIA REYNOLDS. Born: April 4, 1950 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Mineral Point
High. Major: Art. Zeta Tau Omega, Sorority
Council, AWS, SAB. Future: Interior Design.
Mailing Address: R.R. 2, Mineral Point, Wis.
DOUGLAS RIESOP. Born: january 4, 1951 in
Waterloo, Wis. Attended: Waterloo High
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R. Reuter K. Riemann D. Riesor
L. Ring A. Robbins L. Roberts
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M, Roberts W. Roeder D. Rochon
Education. Future: Teach and
ig Address: Rte. 1, Waterloo, Wis.
Born: August 10th, 1950 in Rio,
dz Rio High. Major: Agriculture
uture: Teach. Mailing Address:
isconsin 53960. "Optimism pro-
sic energy of civilization. Pessi-
te of time."
RTS. Born: lune 4, 1951 in Wash-
ttended: Washburn High. Major:
.ch. National Rifle Association.
table. Mailing Address: 111 E. 4th
, Wis. 54891.
OTHMANN. Born: May 12, 1951
Lac, Wis. Attended: Appleton
Business-Economics. Sigma Tau
a Gamma Rho. Future: Work.
ess: cfo Gordon Rothmann, 1339
Appleton, Wisconsin 54911. "To
I be alive."
'. Born: November 21, 1951 in
Wis. Attended: Hillsboro High.
raphy Club. Mailing Address: Apt.
y Village, Platteville, Wis. 53818.
ong climb, but it was worth it."
Born: lanuary 2,1951 in Madison,
ed: Barneveld High. Major: Ele-
ication. SNEA, Gamma Phi Beta.
h. Mailing Address: Box 232 Rte.
I, Wis. "Today is the tomorrow
about yesterday so don't worry."
. Born: March 28, 1951 in Dodge-
ttended: Dodgeville High. Major:
echnology Electronics. Ski Bum-
n Pi Tau. Future: Industrial Elec-
Iing Address: R.R. 2, Dodgeville,
JE. Born: August 5, 1951 in Hazel
. Attended: Hazel Green High.
iness and Economics. Future:
le. Mailing Address: 555 Irene,
Mis. 53818. "Good Luck."
ZOWSKI. Born: March 1, 1950 in
'is. Attended: Webb High. Major:
Education. SNEA, WRA, Elemen-
Iigh Club. Future: Teach. Mailing
L. 1, Reedsburg, Wis. 53959. "Don't
o see yourself as the you-that
1-be." - H. Marshall.
I. Born: August 24, 1950 in Dodge-
Attended: Blanchardville High
ory and Social Sciences. Future:
Manager or Teacher. Mailing
t. 2, Blanchardville, Wis. 53516.
C. Rogers D. Roth
T. Rothmann A. Rott
L. Rudersdorf K. Rue
M. Rule A. Rynkowski
K. Saam R. Saegrave
BETH SANDBERG. Born: May 23, 1952 in Mt.
Prospect, Ill. Attended: Prospect High. Major:
Biology. SAB. Future: ?. Mailing Address: 314
Wa Pella, Mt. Prospect, Illinois 60056.
JEFF SAPINSKI. Born: October 6, 1951 in
Brookfield, Ill. Attended: Riverside-Brookfield
High. Major: Industrial Safety. Delta Sigma
Phi, Student Senate. Mailing Address: 9229 W.
Monroe Ave., Brookfield, Ill. 60513. "A good
drunk never hurt anyone."
NABL ABDEL-SAYED. Born: March 10, 1952 in
Cairo, Egypt, Attended: Detroit Country Day.
Major: General Science, Varsity Soccer.
Future: Medical Doctor. Mailing Address: 140
Ridge Ave., Platteville, Wis. 53818. "Think not
you can guide the course of life, for life if it
finds you worthy, shall guide your course." -
SUEANNE SATTERFIELD. Born: july 22, 1941 in
Madison, Wis. Attended: Platteville, Wis.
Major: Elementary Education. Vet's Club,
Gymnastics Club, Campus Belles and Ambas-
sadors. Mailing Address: 1055 Moundview Dr.,
Platteville, Wis. 53818. "Along the way take
time to smell the flowers."
ROBERT SCHAUF. Born: june 21,1951 in Rich-
land Center, Wis. Attended: Ithaca High.
Major: Agricultural Mechanization. Football,
Lettermen's Club, Lambda Sigma Pi. Future:
Reg. Holstein Dairy Farm. Mailing Address:
R.R. 412, Richland Center, Wis. 53581.
BOYD SCHLEICHER. Born: june 13, 1950 in
Wild Rose, Wis. Attended: Wild Rose High.
Major: Civil Engineer. ASCE, Sigma Tau
Gamma. Future: Engineering. Mailing Address:
R.R. 2, Wild Rose, Wis. 54984. "lt is man's mis-
sion to learn to understand." - Bush.
PATRICK SCHLOSSER. Born: August 6, 1951 in
Plum City, Wis. Attended: Durand High.
Major: Civil Engineering. Chi Epsilon, ASCE,
Intramural Sports. Future: Civil Engineer. Mail-
ing Address: R.R. 4, Menomonie, Wisconsin
IOHN SCHMAEDICK. Born: April 2, 1950 in
Oak Park, Ill. Attended: Gordon Technical
High. Major: Agricultural Technology. Sintax.
Future: ?. Mailing Address: 2912 N. Natoma,
Chicago, lll. 60634. "Why can't people be
what they are instead of trying to be some-
thing they are not."
SANDRA SCHMECKEL. Born: luly 24, 1951 in
Wausau, Wis. Attended: South High, Sheboy-
gan, Wis. Major: Elementary Education. New-
man Center. Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
2621 S. 8th St., Sheboygan, Wis. 53081.
"Thanks for the new friends I have made for
among them is a special someone."
jAMES SCHMITZ. Born: September 24, 1951 in
Richland Center, Wis. Attended: Lincoln High,
Alma Center, Wis. Major: Chemistry and Biol-
ogy. Future: Veterinarian. Mailing Address:
Alma Center, Wis. 54611. "Hiding from a truth
is hiding from reality. Hiding from reality is
not touching life. To live is to touch the
jAMES SHCMIDT. Born: October 27, 1949 in
Beaver Dam, Wis. Attended: Waupun Sr.
High. Major: Sociology. Intramural Sports, Psy-
chology Club. Mailing Address: Edgetawn Dr.,
Fox Lake, Wis. 53933.
jOSEPH SCHMITZ. Born: December 20, 1950
in Elmhurst, Ill. Attended: York High. Major:
Industrial Technology. Future: ?. Mailing
Address: 837 Cambridge, Elmhurst, Illinois
STEVEN SCHNEEBERGER. Born: March 7, 1950
in Freeport, Ill. Attended: Dakota High,
Dakota, Ill. Major: Agricultural-Business. Col-
legiate Agriculture Association. Future:
Accountant. Mailing Address: 118 W N. Har-
lem, Freeport, Ill. 61032.
ROSE SCHNEIDER. Born: july 17, 1951 in Mt.
Hope, Wis. Attended: Fennimore High. Major:
History. Pioneer Players, SNEA, Alpha Psi
Omega, Karrmali Club. Future: Teach, Librar-
ian. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Mt. Hope, Wis-
consin 53816. "Happiness is knowing you."
BILL SCHOESSOW. Born: November 9, 1949 in
Cedarburg, Wis. Major: Industrial Technology.
Future: Management. Mailing Address: 736 E.
Columbia Ave., Cedarburg, Wis. 53012. "Now
that I have obtained what I desired, l'lI live in
speculation of this art." - Marlowe.
GREGORY SCHOLL. Born: February 27, 1950 in
Edgerton, Wis. Attended: Milton High. Major:
Industrial Safety. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Future:
Safety or Security postion. Mailing Address:
116 Crescent Dr., Milton, Wis. 53564. "Under-
stand yourself before attempting to under-
FRANK SCHREIBER. Born: November 5, 1951
in Rochester, New York. Attended: Aquinas
Institute. Major: Animal Science. Alpha
Gamma Rho. Future: Dairy Farmer. Mailing
Address: 1543 Ridge Rd., Webster, New York
14580. "One who works for the good of man-
kind cannot be defeated. If we strive for this
in our everyday work we can make it."
GREGORY SCHROEDER. Born: May 19, 1950
in Racine, Wis. Attended: j. I. Case High.
Major: Cicil Engineering. Future: Engineering.
Mailing Address: 4425 Spring St., Racine, Wis.
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53405. "ln the solitude of our minds we can
look to the future . . . for 'we know what we
are, but not what we may be."' - Shake-
RICHARD SCHROEDER. Born: November 6,
1950 in Watertown, Wis. Attended: Newton
High. Major: Business Administration. SAB,
Residence Hall Council, Beta Gamma Rho.
Future: Marketing Research. Mailing Address:
226 W. 11th St. So., Newton, Iowa 50208.
"Face Piles of Trials with Smiles."
VIRGINIA SCHUERMAN. Born: july 23, 1951 in
Richland Center, Wis. Attended: Richland
Center High. Major: Elementary Education.
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 610 E. 2nd St.,
Richland Center, Wis. 53581. "Too low they
build who build beneath the stars." - Young:
SANDY SCHULENBURG. Born: july 23, 1951 in
Richland Center, Wis. Attended: Webb High.
Major: Social Sciences. Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA,
AWS. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: R.R. 3,
Reedsburg, Wis. 53959. "Yesterday is already a
dream and tomorrow is only a vision."
ALICA SCHULTZ. Born: june 13, 1951 in Black
Earth, Wis. Attended: Wis. Heights High.
Major: Chemistry. Alpha Lambda Delta. Mail-
ing Address: 1803 Blue Mounds St., Black
Earth, Wis. 53515. "Experience is the name
everyone gives to his mistakes." - Wilde
DONALD SCHULTZ. Born: April 29, 1949 in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Dubuque Sr. High.
Major: Business Administration. Beta Gamma
Rho, Omicron Delta Epsilon. Future: Business
Management. Mailing Address: 2785 Oak
Crest, Dubuque, Iowa 52001.
jOYCE SCHULTZ. Born: October 4, 1952 in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Galena High.
Major: Math. Computor Science Club. Future:
Teach. Mailing Address: Rte. 2, Galena, Illinois
61036. "A sweet William is more than just a
BEVERLY SCHUTZ. Born: September 24, 1951
in Reedsburg, Wisc. Attended: River Valley
High. Major: Elementary Education. Gamma
Phi Beta. Future: Teach and Librarian. Mailing
Address: Box 127, Plain, Wis. 53577 "He that is
without sin among you, let him cast a first
stone at her." - john.
DALE SCHWANKE. Born: April 10, 1948 in
Reedsburg, Wis. Attended: Sauk-Prairie High.
Major: Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi.
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: Rte. 1, Plain,
Wis. 53577. "The most rewarding thing to
receive as a teacher is that of a smile on a
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DEBORAH SCHWEITZER. Born: April 13, 1951
in Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Dubuque Sr.
High. Major: Elementary Education. Alpha
Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. Future: Teach.
Mailing Address: 2620 St. Anne Dr., Dubuque,
Iowa 52001. "The secret of the polar bear is
that he wears long underwear."
TERRY SCOTT. Born: july 24, 1945 in Living-
ston, Wis. Attended: Belmont High. Major:
Business Administration. Vet's Club, Student
Affairs Council. Future: Management. Mailing
gdsdgssz 885 Stonebridge Rd., Platteville, Wis.
JAMES SEDLACEK. Born: August 11, 1951 in
Two Rivers, Wis. Attended: Mishiest High.
Major: Agricultural Education. Future: Make it.
Mailing Address: Rte. 1, Mischicot, Wis. 54228.
"Think of all the men who never knew the
answers. Think of all those who never even
cared. Still there are some who ask why, Who
want to know, who dare to try." - Liem.
DEAN SESSLER. Born: August 8, 1951 in Wil-
ton, Iowa. Attended: Wilton High. Major:
Speech. Alpha Phi Omega, Pioneer Players,
WSUP Radio. Future: Radio or TV News. Mail-
ing Address: R.R. 2 Box 14, Wilton, Iowa
JEFF SETZ. Born: january 23, 1951 in Waterloo,
Wis. Attended: Waterloo High. Major: Math.
Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Board -
Math. Future: Teach and Coach. Mailing
Address: R.R. 1, Waterloo, Wisconsin. 53594.
BRENT SHERRY. Born: March 30, 1951 in Viro-
qua, Wis. Attended: Viroqua High. Major:
Civil Engineering. Varsity Basketball, Letter-
men's Club, ASCE, Chi Epsilon. Future: Profes-
sional Engineer. Mailing Address: R.R. 4, Viro-
qua, Wis. 54665.
GREGORY SIECKMAN. Born: january 5, 1951
in Milwaukee, Wis. Attended: Nicolet High.
Major: Industrial Technology. College Bowling
Team, Baseball Team, Amateur Radio Club.
Future: Industrial Management.
MICHAEL SIKORA. Born: February 6, 1951 in
Huntley, Ill, Attended: Riverdale High. Major:
Technical Agriculture. Future: Farmer. Mailing
Address: Rte. 1, Rudolph, Wis. 54475. "People
MICHAEL SIMON. Born: October 15, 1951 in
LaCrosse, Wis. Attended: Onalaska High.
Major: Light Building Construction. Student
Member of National Association of Home
Builders. Future: Contractor. Mailing Address:
127 N. 2nd St., Onalaska, Wis. 54650.
RANDY SNOREK. Born: December 5, 1951 in
Richland Center, Wis. Attended: Hillsboro
High. Major: Industrial Safety. Psychology
Club. Future: Will not prepare before it
comes. Mailing Address: Yuba, Wis. 54672. "I
never let my schooling interfere with my edu-
cation." - Mark Twain.
ART SNYDER. Born: February 6, 1950 in Cuba
City, Wis. Attended: Cuba City High. Major:
Civil Engineering. American Society of Civil
Engineers. Future: Construction Plan and
Design. Mailing Address: R.R. 2, Cuba City,
GARY SOLBERG. Born: April 1, 1950 in Wolf
Point, Montana. Attended: WPHS. Major: Art.
Sigma Pi. Future: Military. Mailing Address: 31
E. Main St., Platteville, Wis. 53818. "Most folks
are as happy as they make up their minds to
be." - Lincoln.
GARY SOMOGjI. Born: August 24, 1950 in
Wauwatosa, Wis. Attended: Wauwatosa West
High. Major: Electronics Technology. Tack 84
Saddle Club, Sentinel. Mailing Address: 659 N.
99th St., Wuwatosa, Wis.
SANDRA SORENSON. Born: August 23, 1951
in Reedsburg, Wis. Attended: Webb High.
Major: Elementary Education. Elementary and
junior High Education Club, SNEA Club, Cho-
rus. Future: Mrs. Gary C. Miller. Mailing
Address: Rte. 4, Mauston, Wis.
ROBERT SPARGO. Born: November 7, 1951 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Dodgeville High.
Major: Music. Gleemen Madrigal. Future:
Teach. Mailing Address: 416 North Chestnut,
Mineral Point, Wis. 53565. "All in all, I'd rather
be in Philadelphia." - W. C. Fields.
BERMET SPENCE. Born: March 12, 1949 in St.
Elizabeth, jamaica. Attended: St. Elizabeth
High. Major: Industrial Technology. Interna-
tional Relation Club. Future: Research Scien-
tist, Manager. Mailing Address: 5A Sunset
Heights, Platteville, Wis.
IOANN SPENSLEY. Born: August 16, 1951 in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Platteville High.
Major: Physical Education. WRA, Major-Minor
Club. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: RFD. 1,
Platteville, Wis. 53818. "You really gotta love
ROXANNE SMIT. Born: November 19, 1950 in
Beaver Dam, Wis. Attended: Brandon High.
Major: Elementary Education. Future: Teach.
Mailing Address: R.R. 2, Brandon, Wisconsin
53919. "Love one another and the world will
be a better place to live in."
jOSEPH SMITH. Born: january 7, 1951 in Lan-
caster, Wis. Attended: Lancaster Sr. High.
Major: Business and Economics. Future: Prod-
uction Management. Mailing Address: 528 N.
C. Somogji S. Sorenson
tr 'gg' If!
Fw- - .
B. Steele D. Steffen
Adams, Lancaster, Wis. 53818.
ROSEMARY SMITH. Born: March 22
Madison, Wis. Attended: Oregon Hig
English. Delta Gamma Phi, Psycholi
SNEA, Glee Club, Sigma Pi Little Sists
Teach. Mailing Address: 290 S. Hicko
ville, Wis. 53818. "The proper study
man." - Petrarch.
KEN STADELE. Born: February 21,
Richland Center, Wis. Attended: I
High. Major: Chemistry. ACS. Future
mental Chemist. Mailing Address:
Wisconsin Ave., Muscoda, Wis. 52
who has a why to live for can bear a
how." - Neitzsche.
VERNICE STACMAN. Born: july 23
Prairie du Chien, Wis. Attended:
Major: Elementary Education. Futur
Mailing Address: Box 97, R.R. 1, Eastr
DAVID STEFFEN. Born: September 2
Madison, Wis. Attended: Plattevi
Major: Business Adminstration. Futu
ing. Mailing Address: 460 N. Court, I
Wis. 53818. "In order to find the wa'
self ask questions from the peopl
you." - R. Buchberger.
jOHN STEFFEN. Born: january 6,195C
son, Wis. Attended: Platteville Hig
Education. Varsity Basketball and
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 560
St., Platteville, Wis. 53818.
jOHN STENBROTEN. Born: Decembe
in Monroe, Wisconsin. Attended: lt
High. Major: Criminal justice.
Address: 422 S. Main St., Monticello
BILL STEVA. Born: February 11, 1951
kon, Iowa. Attended: Postville Hig
Animal Science. Future: Agriculture
Address: Luana, Iowa. 52656. "To livj
must learn to use things and love ps
love things and use poeplef'
MARK STICH. Born: April 27, 1951 i
ter, Wis. Attended: Lancaster Hig
Math. DPMA. Future: Data Processin
Address: R.R. 3, Lancaster, Wisconsin
PAUL STIEBER. Born: August 16, 1950
sau, Wisconsin. Attended: Barab
Major: Elementary Education. Futu
Mailing Address: 125 E. Furnace St.,
Wis. 53818. "Soon our generation
establishment, then who will we bla
juov STIKLESTAD. Born: May 24,
Brooklyn, Wisconsin. Attended: Ol
mr: Elementary Education. SNEA.
ch. Mailing Address: Box P 220
oklyn, Wis. 53521. "Make an effort
d try to understand."
BA. Born: December 24, 1945 in
Wis. Attended: West Milwaukee
r: Accounting. Vet's Club. Future:
Mailing Address: 5819 W. Fill-
'Vest Allis, Wis. 53219. "It is better
-ed and lost, than to not have loved
IQAUB. Born: August 17, 1951 in
1, Wis. Attended: Cuba City High.
'sical Education. WRA. Sobrena
iastics Circus. Future: Teach. Mail-
sz cfo Thomas Robson, 309 N.
, Cuba City, Wis. 53807.
EIFF. Born: August 1, 1951 in Mon-
ttended: New Glarus High. Major:
ication. Sabrina Club, Alpha Lamda
ma Delta Pi, SNEA. Future: Teach.
dress: 506 10th Ave., New Glarus,
ART. Born: April 14, 1952 in Hazel
Attended: Platteville High. Major:
Education. Future: Teach. Mailing
R. 1, Belmont, Wisconsin 53510.
!IFT. Born: December 12, 1950 in
en, Wis. Attended: Benton High.
nentary Education. Mailing Address:
iton, Wis. 53803. "l'd like to teach
th or Science and do some coach-
ATGE. Born: june 4, 1951 in Du-
wa. Attended: Platteville High.
nentary Education. WRA, Elemen-
ion Club. Future: Teacher. Mailing
0 Camp St., Platteville, Wis. 53818.
ER. Born: June 10, 1951 in Berwyn,
ed: West Chicago High. Major:
lucation. WRA, Education Major-
J. Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
llace, West Chicago, Illinois 60185.
TESKA. Born: August 1, 1951 in
, Wis. Attended: Greendale High.
:tronics. Intramurals. Future: Man-
viailing Address: 5315 Robin Dr.,
VHALACKER. Born: May 21, 1946 in
Attended: Westfield High. Major:
ence. Vet's Club, Lettermen's Club.
aduate School. Mailing Address:
213, Platteville, Wis. 53818. "Fare-
ILMANN. Born: December 17, 1950
W. Steva P. Stieber
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M. Stitch D. Stobba S. Straub
S. Streiff S. Sturdevant K. Swartz
r el: ,, 'sir' " .
C. Tatge 1. Tauer j. Taylor
I ' M4 ' ,O
in Platteville, Wis. Attended: Platteville High.
Major: Speech. Exponent. Future: Broadcasting
or Advertising. Mailing Address: Lancaster St.,
Platteville, Wisconsin 53818. "Everyone has
some good in him, and if we could all
remember this we could make the world a
better place to live."
GLORIA THIEDINC. Born: May 3, 1951 in
Reedsburg, Wis. Attended: Webb High.
Major: Elementary Education. Alpha Lambda
Delta, AWS. Future: Teach. Mailing Address:
R.R. 2, Reedsburg, Wis. "He tried to be some-
body by trying to be like everybody which
makes him a nobody."
MARIEAN THIES. Born: October 7, 1951 in
Reedsburg, Wis. Attended: Webb High.
Major: Elementary Education. Zeta Tau
Omega. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: R.R.
1, Rock Springs, Wis. 53961. "If you accept me
for what I am, I will love you for what you
are, not what you want to become." - Mar-
jean R. Thies.
SUTIPHONG TISAVIPAT. Born: February, 1947
in Bangkok, Thailand. Attended: Amnuaysil
Panakong High. Major: Light Building Con-
struction. Future: Contractor. Mailing Address:
933 Sukumvit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand. "Not
only did the professors of this University Edu-
cate me academically, but also socially to
become a better and mature person."
CAROLYN THOMPSON. Born: November 12,
1951 in Shullsburg, Wis. Attended: Benton
High. Major: Elementary Education. Gamma
Phi Beta. Future: Teach, Get Married. Mailing
Address: Star Rte., Benton, Wis. 53803. "A
friend is a gift you give yourself."
ANDREW TOWNSEND. Born: October 16,
1951 in Savanna. lll. Attended: Hanover High.
Major: Industrial Technology. Society of
Industrial Technologists, Society of Mechani-
cal Engineers. Future: Industrial Engineer.
Mailing Address: 305 Washington St., Han-
over, lll. 61041.
RITA TREDINNICK. Born: October 7, 1950 in
Dodgeville, ,Wis. Attended: Mineral Point
High. Major: Elementary Education. '71 Home-
coming Queen. Future: Teach. Mailing
Address: Mineral Point, Wis. "Your love makes
my life a beautiful place to be."
BARBARA TROST. Born: March 30, 1951 in
Warren, III. Attended: Warren High. Major:
Elementary Education. MENC, Marching Band.
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: R.R. 1, War-
ren, Ill. 61087. "The more you know, the more
you don't know."
IAMES UDELHOFEN. Born: November 6, 1941
as T 'f 2
in Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Wahlert High.
Major: lndustry. Epsilon Pi Tau. Future: Man-
agement. Mailing Address: Rte. 2, Box 404 E.
Sherrill, Iowa 52073. "Some work to live, I live
SHARON LJRBANOWSKI. Born: january 20,
1951 in Ianesville, Wis. Attended: Parker Sr.
High. Major: Physical Education. Future:
Teach. Mailing Address: 1700 Barham Ave.,
Ianesville, Wis. 53545. "lt is the weak who are
cruel. Gentleness can only be expected from
the strong." - Leo Ralston.
IOANNE UTHE. Born: February 28, 1951 in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: St. Clara Academy,
Sinsinawa, Wis. Major: Political Science. Delta
Gamma Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta. Mailing
Address: Rte. 1, East Dub, Ill. 61025. "l never
promised you a rose garden . . . The rosegar-
den world of perfection is a lie . . . and a
bore too." - H. Green.
DENNIS VALSTAD. Born: February 7, 1950 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Barneveld High.
Major: Tecnical Agriculture. Alpha Gamma
Rho. Future: Armed Forces. Mailing Address:
R.R. 1, Barneveld, Wis. 53507.
TANA VANAKKEREN, Born: june 27, 1951 in
Sheboygan, Wis. Attended: Sheboygan High.
Major: Elementary Education. Iota Rho.
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 310 New York
Ave., Sheboygan, Wis. 53081. "Man is the
measure of all things." - Sophists.
PATRICK VICKMAN. Born: December 11, 1950
in Green Bay, Wis. Attended: Preble High.
Major: Civil Engineer. ASCE. Future: Engineer-
ing. Mailing Address: 514 Ruth, Green Bay,
DAVID VINGER. Born: February 19, 1951 in
Monroe, Wis. Attended: Argyle High. Major:
Agri-Business. Alpha Zeta. Future: Business-
man. Mailing Address: Argyle, Wis. 53504.
KEN VONRUEDEN. Born: july 29, 1951 in
Eagle, Wis. Attended: Mukwonago Union
High. Major: Agriculture Technology. Future:
Production. Mailing Address: Rte. 2, Box 20,
Eagle, Wisconsin 53119. "Be yourself- but be
your best self. Dare to be different and to fol-
low your own star. And don't be afraid to be
happy - enjoy what is beautifull"
IAMES WACHUTA. Born: October 7, 1951 in
Prairie du Chien, Wis. Attended: Prairie High.
Major: Criminal justice. Karate Club, Sym-
phony Band. Future: Probation and Parole
Officer. Mailing Address: 419 Dousman, Prai-
rie du Chien, Wis. 53821.
MARVIN WAGNER. Born: june 12, 1950 in
-mm Rose, Wis. Attended: Wautoma Public
ix 9' Y Y t
High. Major: Industrial Education. Int
Christian Fellowship. Future: Farm,
Address: R.R. 1, Box 308, Wautoi
54982. "A farmer's work is never done
THOMAS WALTHER. Born: April 9,
Milwaukee, Wis. Attended: Cust
Major: Industrial Technology. Sij
Gamma, Campus Belles and Amba
MENC, Intramurals. Future: job.
Address: 4863 N. 50th St., Milwaul
RICHARD WANDSCHNEIDER. Born:
ber 29, 1950 in Buffalo, New York. 1
Williamsville High. Major: Industrie
tion. Epsilon Pi Tau. Future: Teach
Address: 260 MacArthur Dr., Willi.
New York 14221. "He who asks a que
fool for five minutes . . . he who dc
a fool forever . . . "
IANE WALKER. Born: December 26,
Lancaster, Wis. Attended: Lancaster
Major: Education-Elementary. WRA,
Co-Chairman, Delta Sigma Phi Svt
Gamma Phi Beta. Future: Teach.
Address: 824 Robin St., Lancaster, Wis
KAREN WALKER. Born: july 15, 1951 j
bel, Wis. Attended: Boscobel High. M
mentary Education. SNEA, Kappa I
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: R.R.
bel, Wis. 53805.
SHARYL WALLACE. Born: july 16,
Richland Center, Wis. Attended: I
Center High. Major: Elementary Ei
Kappa Delta Pi. Future: Teach.
Address: 500 Lancaster St., Plattevi
TIMOTHY WALLACE. Born: February
in Richland Center, Wis. Attended:
Center High. Major: Elementary Ei
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 500 j
St., Platteville, Wis. "Time sure does 1
you're having fun."
BARBARA WALZ. Born: March 3, 1951
Haven, Wis, Attended: Bloomingti
Major: Business Administration. AWS
Store Mgmt. Mailing Address: 1310 Rc
Round Lake, Illinois 60073. iMrs. Lee E
RICHARD WATERS. Born: March 28,
Evanston, Ill. Attended: Crowns High
Major: Safety Education. Varsity F
Baseball, Lettermen's Club, Lambda S'
Future: ?. Mailing Address: 79 Birch
jlLL WEBB. Born: April 27, 1951 in I
Wis. Attended: Belmont High. Major:
Beta Beta Beta. Future: Teach.
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Address: 222 Lafayette, Wis. 53510. "Care"
jOSEPH WEBER. Born: july 12, 1951 in Lancas-
ter, Wis. Attended: Lancaster High. Major:
Business and Economics. Delta Upsilon, Beta
Gamma Rho. Future: Business. Mailing
Address: 744 E. Maple St., Lancaster, Wis.
53813. "Farewell to many memorable and
MARY WEBER. Born: April 26, 1951 in Prairie
du Chien, Wis. Attended: St. Mary's Academy.
Major: Business Administration. Future: Chal-
lenging Computers. Mailing Address: 1331 S.
10th St., Prairie du Chien, Wis. 53821. "Be
honest with yourself and others, and . . . let
every man step to the music which makes
him hear, however measured or far away." -
STEVE WEBER. Born: june 8, 1951 in Prairie du
Chien, Wis. Attended: Holy Name High.
Major: International Studies and German.
Modern Foreign Language Club, German
Club. Future: Wish I knew. Mailing Address:
R. 1, Box 95, Glen Haven, Wisconsin 53810.
KATHY WEHINGER. Born: August 26, 1951 in
Monroe, Wis. Attended: Monroe Sr. High.
Major: German. Foreign Language Club, Kar-
malli Club, AWS. Future: Teach. Mailing
Address: 1514 23rd Ave., Monroe, Wis. 53566.
LEO WEIBEL. Born: March 10, 1944 in Elm-
hurst, Ill. Attended: juda High. Major: Chemis-
try and Women. Newman Center, GEODE,
Pioneer Players. Future: God will provide.
Mailing Address: Box 68, Argyle, Wis. "I cry to
all- KNOW THYSELFI'
TOM WEIDENMILLER. Born: December 7,
1950 in Chicago, Ill. Attended: Loyola Acad-
emy. Major: Industrial Technology. Sigma Tau
Gamma, SAB. Future: Weidenmiller Co. Mail-
ing Address: 6720 LaPorte Ave., Lincolnwood,
Ill. 60645 "Something to Give."
SCOTT WEISINGER. Born: February 19, 1951 in
Fort Madison, Iowa. Attended: Ft. Madison
High. Major: Agriculture Technology. Alpha
Gamma Rho. Future: Management. Mailing
Address: R.R. 1, Box 292, Fort Madison, Iowa
52727. "What one puts into life, is what one
gets out of it."
MARK WEITZEL. Born: March 23, 1951' in
Reedsburg, Wis. Attended: River Valley High.
Major: Business Administration. Future: Bus.
Executive. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 109,
Plain, Wis. "just open your eyes and mind and
you will find the way it's always been, just
open your heart and that's a start."
THOMAS WELCH. Born: December 9, 1950 in
LaCrosse, Wis. Attended: LaCrosse High.
Major: Civil Engineering. ASCE, Chi Epsilon.
Future: Private Consulting Engineering. Mail-
ing Address: 2414 South 32nd, LaCrosse, Wis.
54601. "Problems are never solved by return-
ing to a stage which one has already out-
jEFF WENDT. Born: january 13, 1951 in Port
Washington, Wis. Attended: Homestead High.
Major: Soil and Crop Science. Delta Sigma
Phi. Future: Agronomist. Mailing Address:
12001 W. Donges Bay Rd., Mequon, Wis.
53092. "A good time never hurt anybody."
LYNN WEPKING. Born: November 16, 1951 in
Highland, Wis. Attended: Highland High.
Major: French. Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa
Delta Pi. Future:'Education. Mailing Address:
Rte. 2, Highland, Wis. 53543.
STEVEN WERNER. Born: january 19, 1950 in
Milwaukee, Wis. Attended: Don Bosco High.
Major: Civil Engineering. Delta Sigma Phi.
Future: Engineering. Mailing Address: 5665 S.
92nd St., Hales Corners, Wis. 53130.
GERALD WHALEN. Born: May 7, 1951 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Darlington High.
Major: Business and Economics. Future: CPA.
Mailing Address: Rte. 2, Darlington, Wis.
53530. "The world is full of willing people:
those willing to work, the rest willing to let
them." - Robert Frost.
BILL WHITE. Born: july 16, 1951 in Long Prai-
rie, Minn. Attended: john Marshall High.
Major: Criminal justice. Future: Investigator.
Mailing Address: R.R. 1, Oronoco, Minn.
55960. "When those who have not been
injured become as indignant as those who
GARY WHITFORD. Born: October 8, 1951 in
Elkhorn, Wis. Attended: Dodgeville High.
Major: English. Future: Teach. Mailing
Address: 510 W. Clarence St., Dodgeville, Wis.
"If a man does not keep pace with his com-
panions, perhaps it is because he hears a dif-
DANIEL WIEGEL. Born: December 8, 1950 in
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Darlington High.
Major: Speech. Sigma Tau Gamma, Pioneer
Players. Future: Teach. Mailing Address: R.R. 1,
Darlington, Wis. 53530. "Do your best in this
life and enjoy it."
THOMAS WIESE. Born: August 14, 1947 in
Madison, Wis. Attended: Edgewood High.
Major: Business Admin. Vet's Club, Intramural
Sports. Future: Advertising. Mailing Address:
1420 Woodbine, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin.
jAMES WIETERS. Born: August 10, 1949 in
Dubuque, Iowa. Attended: Galena High.
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Major: Biology. Future: Medical Field. Mailing
Address: 408 W. St., Galena, Ill. "Today Platte-
ville, Tomorrow the world."
DENNIS WILCOX. Born: September 5, 1948 in
Iowa City, lowa. Attended: Maquoketa High.
Major: Agriculture Economics. Agri-Business
Club. Future: Agriculture lndustry. Mailing
Address: R.R. 2, Baldwin, Iowa 52207. "Deter-
mination accomplishes great things."
KENNETH WILCOX. Born: May 2, 1950 in
Neenah, Wis. Attended: Xavier High. Major:
Civil Engineering. ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Geode.
Mailing Address: 4912 W. Spencer, Appleton,
DAVID WILDES. Born: May 21,1951 in Minne-
apolis, Minn. Attended: Cuba City High.
Major: Psychology and Sociology. Future:
Social Work. Mailing Address: 510 N. jackson
St., Cuba City, Wis. 53807. "We're not primar-
ily put on this earth to see through one
another, but to see one another through."
STEPHEN WILKINS. Born: September 11, 1948
in Lancaster, Wisconsin. Attended: Fennimore
High. Major: Industrial Technology. Exponent.
Future: Graphics. Mailing Address: 1030 jeffer-
son, Fennimore, Wis. 53809. "A virtuous
woman is worth more than rubies, Buddy can
you spare me a dime?"
ANN WILLIAMS. Born: October 26, 1951 in
Savanna, Ill. Attended: Milledgeville High.
Major: Speech. Future: Teach. Mailing
Address: R.R. 1, Milledgeville, Ill. 61051. "lf a
man does not keep pace with his companions
perhaps it is because he hears the beat of a
different drummer. . ." - Thoreau.
BARBARA WILLINK. Born: April 16, 1951 in
Madison, Wis. Attended: james Madison
Memorial. Major: Elementary Education.
Future: Wife and Teacher. Mailing Address: 32
Applewood Rd., Rte. 2, Madison, Wis. 53711.
"Love in your heart wasn't put there to stay.
Love isn't love till you give it away."
LAURA WINTER. Born: December 24, 1950 in
Stockton, Ill. Attended: Stockton High. Major:
Civil Engineering. ASCE, Chi Epsilon. Future:
Professional Engineer, Mailing Address: 427 N.
Wilgus St., Stockton, Ill. 61085. "To dream the
GARY WHITE. Born: October 22, 1947 in Mt.
Horeb, Wis. Attended: Mt. Horeb High.
Major: Business-Economics. Future: Real
Estate. Mailing Address: 312 1st St., Mt. Horeb,
Wis. 53572. "One of the greatest contributors
to inefficiency in all the avenues of human
endeavor lies in the fact that the two seldom
co-exist in one man - the former is normally
R. Waters I. Webb
1. Weber M. Weber
S. Webster C. Wehinger
L. Weibel F. Weichbrorl
T. Weidenminer D- Weigel
based on self interest, the latter on
IAY WITTHUHN. Born: june 17, 195l
du Lac, Wis. Attended: Horace Ma
Major: Industrial Technology. Yearbt
Future: Graduate School. Mailing Adi
Wis. Ave., No. Fond du Lac, Wis. 5
PATRICIA WOIKIEWICZ. Born: Marcl
in Seymour, Wis. Attended: Sou
Major: Psychology and Sociology
School Psychologist. Mailing Addr'
Blocki Ct., Sheboygan, Wis. "We arri
world alone, we depart alone. This ti
life was meant to share."
RUTH WORSHAM. Born: Septembel
in Urbana, lowa. Attended: Winthi
Major: Kindergarten. Future: Fill
where found. Mailing Address: Cassi
consin 53806. "Years add to glory of I
IANEAN WYSE. Born: August 8,
Dodgeville, Wis. Attended: Barnev
Major: Physical Education. Cheerleac
Gymnastics Team and Club. Futurr
Mailing Address: R.R. 4, Platteville, VN
DON YAHNKE. Born: October 28,
Kendall, Wis. Attended: Royal Hig
Industrial Technology. Gleemen, Vt
Future: Industrial Management.
Address: R.R. 2, Kendall, Wis. 54638.
WILLIAM ZABEL. Born: june 1, 194
Atkinson, Wis. Attended: Whitewa
Major: Light Building Construction. V
Future: Construction Management
Address: 426 E. Cornealia St., Darling
53530. "Hard work never hurt anyone
IAMES ZEAL. Born: luIy16,1946 in C
Attended: Galena High. Major: Bus
Economics. Future: Business. Mailing
726 Dewey Ave., Galena, Illinois 6103
MARY ZIESEMER. Born: june 1, 195
Park, Ill. Attended: Holy Angels Hig
Elementary Education. Elementa
Future: Teach. Mailing Address: 291
Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207.
PHIL ZIESEMER. Born: October 8, 19E
waukee, Wisconsin. Attended: Dc
High. Major: Ind. Technology. lnti
Future: Photography. Mailing Addrl
So. Pine Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 5320
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Platteville, Wis. - The Uni-
versity of Wisconsin-Platte
ville considers itself career ori-
ented and a look at the record
of its 1972 graduates bears
Of th e 978 graduates in
1972. only 825 were unem-
ployed as of late September,
school records show. And the
percentage is expected to drop
further by the end of October.
All of the 1972 agriculture,
medical technology and police
administration graduates were
employed by late September,
s c ho ol officials notes. And
only one engineer was still job
Despite toclziy's oversupply
of teachers, only 992, of the 390
teachers w h o graduated in
1972 were unemployed in Sep-
tember, the school reports. All
the teachers of agriculture, art,
biology, chemistry, French,
German, general science, mu-
sic, physics and industrial arts
were placed, it adds.
The employability of Platte-
ville's graduates did not hap-
pen by chance.
I4 Years as School Chief
Throughout his 14 year ten-
ure as the s-:liool's chief ad-
ministrator. Chancellor Bjarne
R. Ullsvik has pushed for more
c a r e e r ediiration programs
loading' to proicssional employ-
Platteville n o w offers 54
separate professional career
programs and Ullsvik plans to
ask the Board of Regents for
more. Th e r c is presently a
freeze on new programs in the
"The university has a signif-
icant role to play in inducting
youth into tl:-- world of work,"
he says. "As the vocational-
technical scli-'v-'ls' have the ob-
jective of tra 'ting young peo-
ple for skillmi work in voca-
tional-technica: positions, the
university has the equally im-
p o r t a nt goal of educating
y o u t h s for professional ca-
In the las decade, Platte-
ville has programs in business,
agriculture, animal science,
business administration, in-
dustrial technology, industrial
and agricultural engineering,
Fit Into Job Market
medical technology, radio and
and questioned the location
television broadcasting, safety of an employment service of,
education police science ad-I . .'
. . .' . .st a .
ministration, accounting and me on a umvenf y mpus
in pressing for professional
career programs, Ullsvik ran
into some opposition. Some
students and faculty members
objected to the career empha-
sis in Plattevlllefs curriculum
Nevertheless, Lilisvik con-
tinued to propose new career
programs, encluding police
science administration, the
first such program in Wiscon-
sin, and worked to improve
on-campus employment serv-
lsvik co-operated to est
c a r e e r placement o
campus to supplement
isting placement facil
engineers, teachers, a
and sciences graduate
then, WSES has staff
time employment sei
the campus, the only i
campus office in Wi
WSES now occupies a
offices and interview i
the new Pioneer offic
In 1963 the Wisconsin State,
"Ah haven't got a job any more," said Bud. "Canned" Paul was amazed. "ReaIIy? What on earth for? Moral turpitude? What ab
gadget you invented for -" "Thet's it," said Bud with an eerie mixture of pride and remorse. "Works Does a fine job," He
sheepishlyf' Does it a whole lot better than Ah did it."
"lt runs the whole operation?"
"Yup. Some Gadget."
"And so you're out of a job."
"Seventy-two of us are out of jobs," said Bud. He slumped even lower in the couch. "Ouah job classification has been elirr
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at platteville we seldom communicate, and when we talk to manipulate - that's it. someone else
steps in and does the telling to us.
yearbooks are weirdo publications. they can be anything almost. a yearbook should reflect what a
school is about, it shouldn't lie. the 1973 book tried to be honest by communicating along with the
events issues that are what this school is, and the attitudes that make up those issues. i have changed
my mind one hundred times about this book . . . not only concerned that we were not successful in
what we wanted to do, but more seriously that we lied, as to do a book in terms of issues presup-
poses that those issues are important to the people at platteville. apathy reigns with self-interest a
close second, but there are a million counter-examples . . . '
the book ought to be about you, i hope it is. some of our attempts seem grossly inadequate and
incomplete. there are faults, if we offend tell us. there are also some very fine things about this book.
it has a personality. it is like a student, sensitive more than critical.
as editor-in-chief, or god, or moses with hisfher staff, or whatever i waslam to the other people who
did this book too, i don't know quite what to say, near the end i hated the book, not only did it
consume the year, but you seemed to hate it and i resented that. all i could see were my mistakes
and mismanagement and the failure of any of us to "get together." it is a personal disappointment to
realize that for you, being on the yearbook either was or became a "job,"
but sometimes before the "end" came rolling down on us, i was glad to be part of a book so many
new people showed interest in and helped with. in that respect this book is amazing.
i hope the book is good enough to serve as a thankyou to several people, dave hying, the editor of
the 1970 pioneer, joe bruno, photo editor of the 1970 book, and dr. buchanan, a wise man.
what about next year? i have been told since late august that that depends on this book. now it
depends on the chancellor.
i just wanted a masterpiece -
jean hovey 1ms.J
editor-in-chief 1973 yearbook
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