University of Wisconsin Platteville - Pioneer Yearbook (Platteville, WI)

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Co-Editors: Cathy Marx Gloria Shedivy Adviser: Dr. Philip Buchanan Art: John Hoeft Business: Pete Manderfield Copy: lane Dormnn Nancy Peters ' Bobbie Euler Donna Grothe Bev Johnston Layout: Karla Frost ' Melanie Bartel: DarLyne Schneider Barb Saar Photography: Denny Olsen ' Jeff Phillips ' Joe Stuber Dave Bullis Larry Larson Ray Maki Tom Schuessler Linda Yonash Representative: Patty Carlson ' Section Editor m 0 5 a e S e m d n A And the pain ted ponies 80 UP and down En A . Egg '1 ; We 're ca p ti we on the carousel of time We can 't return We can only look behind From wh ere we came Andgo round and Round and round In the Circle Game. Joni Mitchell 10 Dorms Molded, shaped squeezed in t0 the form ofa young Lady 8 student an American 1' find myself jumping out of th ese cookie-cutters and into the reality ofme lisa sutherland Dorms 1 I Brockert Ground FRONT ROW: Bill Lindberg, Chris Lea- men. 2nd ROW: Craig Clemens. Ierry Hazen, Bill Hutchinson. Dave Pratt, 1 . on Larry Mollan. Tom Paulsen. 3rd ROW: . L ' :26 318 Don Blohowiak, Don McCurdy. Gene ' ' ' v E V' " Williams. Chris Toerg, Mike Snodgrass. Brian Drescher, Greg Clift. FRONT ROW: Tom Herbstreith, Steve Motiff. 2nd ROW: Ron Scott, Paul Dean, Dave Anderson, Duncan Uskm vitch. 3rd ROW: Tom Patch, Bruce Pomeraning, Steve Davis, Scott Cichacki. Ken Shanks, Emil Fritz, Ieff Oberdorfer. Brockert lst North 12 Dorms RONT ROW: Philip Blum. Ray Coorough. 2nd ROW: .ruce McKinley. Dean Phillips. Ioey Renn, Mike Davies. ames B. Larson, Mark Miller. Jerry Lord. 3rd ROW: ark Barrows, Paul Beck. Richard Slama, Dean Bickler, ick Iames. BACK ROW: George Kilbride. Larry leg- um. Bob Mackowiak. Steve Grant. Brockert 2nd North Brockert lst South FRONTROW: Iack O'Malley. Kelly Collins. Tom Brooks. Tom Callmann. 2nd ROW: Tom Zinnen. Jerry Smith, David Link, Rick Ripp, Tom Gariti. Tim Eyres. 3rd ROW: Steve Rozanske. Tom Iohnson. Ken Lang. George Filber, Al Schmied. Gary Feyereisen, Mike Peters. BACK ROW: Jeff Green, Ieff Krueger, Greg Koehler. Mike Phelen. Dennis Bulgrin. Dwight Swenson. Timmy Gis- sal. I 4 Dorms Brockert 2nd South FRONTROW: Paul Bormann, Bob Cooke. Steve Towns, Gary Langfoss, Ioe Griffith, Tod Matz. Russ Simatic, Iim Hare. 2nd ROW: 13m Black, Ieff Clapp. Dick Jones, Steve Spors, Craig Weinbrenner, Allen Drescher, Bill Tonn, Eric Petersen, Dave Heckel. BACK ROW: Pat O'Con- nor, Dave Hunt, Ed DeGroot. Ken Schmidt. Paul Weber,.Larry Smith, John Fenske. Brockert 3rd North FRONT ROW: Steven Dresel, Don Stock. Dean Wend- landt, Ernie Green, Rand Schmidt, Michael Andersen. 2nd ROW: Rex Johnson, Michael Ehly, Lance Hernkind, Scott Brown, David Maile, Timothy Leonhard, Don Johnson, Mike Stevens. BACK ROW: Iames Binash, Ierry Pertzsch, Gary Ackermann, Rick Shermo, Scott Weber. Brockert 3rd South FRONT ROW: Mark Kaul, Dick Mark- lein, Larry Belkin. Dave Himmerich. 2nd ROW: Ioe Hauglie, Brian Fischer. Craig Hillman, George Furey, Terry Nussberger, Bobby Faulks, Rich Hamre. 3rd ROW: Kevin Theede, Ieff Huss, Jeff Kidd, I. Louis Glise. Steve Tobinson, Tim Maziasz, Don Iorgensen. BACK ROW: Mike Wilson, Iohn Stark, Dave Birkholz. Dorms 15 16 Dorms Brockert 4th North and 4th South TOP: 4th SOUTH BROCKERT. FRONT ROW: Doug Buhler, Iohn Wurtz- ler, Mike Young. 2nd ROW: Mike MacDonald, Melvin Waller, Charles A. Skewis, Ed Matecki. Jerry Tyson, Kevin Murray, Kyle Stevenson, Steve Martin, Rick Braem. BACK ROW: Rick Stein, Rich Roe, Mark Euwema, Norm Stanek, Joe Subitch. Francis McCauley. Paras Ram Reddy. BOTTOM: 4th NORTH BROCKERT. FRONT ROW: Mark Iohnson, Bob Kettell, Ron Rank, Tim Block, Tom Hanson, Bert Zipperer, Robert Kee- ney, Mark McSheery. BACK ROW: Brian Berg, Glenn Dillard, David Nor- stad, Craig Cerqua, Tom Kubisch, Ken Kvam, Christopher Mueller. Rod Goodweiler, Dan Gresl, Paul Bowar, Iim Hagar. ' Emu, Dobson lst South and Eas FRONT ROW: Lynne Walther, Cindy Sulli- van. 2nd ROW: Becky Oncken, Lesa McKinley, Karen Neff, Mary Stuessy, Jeanne French, Ian Frey. 3rd ROW: Val Lillge, LuEtta Post, Carol Weber, Iane Keune, Virginia Eck- ermann, Ieannie McNett, Carolyn Wilson, Lyn Larson. 4th ROW: Eleni Gregory, Cheri Salava, Teresa McCabe, Sally Williams, Deb Gile. 5th ROW: Deb Behnke, Barb King, Ian Walczak, Terry Hagemeier. Dobson lst West FRONT ROW: Iudy Tracy. 2nd ROW: Linda Riegel,Rane1e Whipple, Julie Day, Rosann Strommen, Jody Bruehl- man. 31d ROW: Iean Ehnert, Pamela Tuckwood, Sue Mergen, LeAnn Craft, Cindy Olson. 4th ROW: Susan Coad, Donna Swift, Donna Knesting, Mary Walleser, Marie Perry. 5th ROW: Cathy Stasny, Mary Hoesly, Carol Mottley, Angie Radka, Connie Stump. 18 Dorms Dobson 2nd East and West FRONT ROW: Sheila Burris. Linda Fransen, Anne Herdina, Virginia Tews, Martha Querin. 2nd ROIIV: Barb F ettis, Trish Blewitt, Lynn Budrus, on Johnson, Leonia Brown, Kathy Mendels. 3rd ROW: Ann Dechant. Ann McKeough, Deb Anders, Mary Io Hennessy, Leslie Sikorski, Victoria Davis, Ruth Stauffacher, Ronda Pettey. Dorms 19 20 Dorms Dobson 3rd South FRONT ROW: Cindy Gans- hert, Rae Fritch. Meg Mai- worm, Dale Meyer. Donna Foley. 2nd ROW: Leisa Dor- sey, Kim Harrington, Linda Martin. Io Sevedge, Iamie Sevedge. 3rd ROW: Carol Reed, Angie Wegmann, Wendy Wiese. Ian Buell. Mary Jo Post. Peggy Smick. Cinda Ieidy. BACK ROW: Debbie Delano. Pat Spidell, Ruth Messerschmidt, Laurie Schultz. Ann Siarkiewicz, Patti Meyer. Iudy Heer, Debra Vesperman. Dobson 2nd South FRONT ROW: Ian Ottman, Diana Sorenson, Judy Simotti, Audr Hill, Becky Schulte, Barb Raygor, Jane Mueller, Georgia Marshall. 2 ROW: Lori Kusz, Ann Christopherson, Vicki Iensen, Bev Kowals Debra Graham, Marilyn Whalen, Sherri Bane. Paula Wenger. Ke Anderson. 3rd ROW: Sue Johnson, Pam Heibel. Karen Mayer. Ren Iohnson, Melanie Bartels, Loni Rihn, Donna Nielson, Karla Fro Mary Nichols. Dobson 3rd East FRONT ROW' Rose Simmons. Cindy Congdon, Cyndy Burrow, Susan Goetschel. 2nd ROW: Terry Liesch. Ann Stuessy, Linda Gertsch. Peggy Daffner, Sheryll Goldsworthy. Dena Dieter. Monica Moravec. 31d ROW: Cathy Mayer, Tana Thompson, Martha Rygh. Mary Ray- mond, Liz Feagles, Karen VanDeWalle, Sharon Lund, Cherie Mutejka. BACK ROW: Kerry Dunn, Diane Umhoefer, lane Tobin, Phyllis Haag, Robin Ris, Valerie Vorwald. Denise Dolgner. Dobson 4th East FRONT ROW: Lynn Kuc- zkowski, Linnea Erickson. 2nd ROW: Sheila Klein. Holly Halazon, Teresa Chang, Janet Buechner, Ian Quade, Laurie Frye. 3rd ROW: Kathy Kern, Ruth Nevins. 4th ROW: Bev Johnston, Madeleine Grunder, Karen Roth, Marcie Westphal, Carol Casey, Becky Neff, Mary Johnson, Karen Hildem brand. Dobson 3rd West STANDING: Gail Byrum. Sherry Morrissey, Chris Peterson, Lorain Haase. SITTING: Deb Denson, Linda Dorsey, Donna Groethe, Sha Wiegman, Lynn DeVoe, Iane Oppriecht, Sharon Schutz, Terri Duren Sue Klesper, Cindy Bloom, Yvonne DuCharme, Debra Foots, Phylli Gillitzer, Suella Arnold. FRONT ROW: Allison Tidball, Gail Halverson, Sue Case, Tina Adamowski, Maryann Carmody, Marcia Voigt, Bobbie Euler. Mary Wagner, Margie Snyder, Molly Rodriguez, Karen Hermsen, Iane Hirsch. BACKROVV: Terri Miller, Kathy Quinn, Iean Gerhart. Kris Sulzer, Cheryl Raha. Carol Friar, Gloria Shedivy. Sandy Fritsch, lean Richards, Cathy Marx, Martha Elwell, Gail Nelson, Mary Randall. '3 ; 73g. Dobson 4th South 133 Dorms 23 Dobson 4th West FRONT ROW Marie Nickels, Debra Goerlitz, Ianet Murray. Vicky Arndt, Mary Acker- man, Karen Schweitzer, Lori Drury. 2nd ROW: Gloria Baumgartner, Kris Reeves, Ienean Krahn, Vickie Buboltz, Debbie Bloom. 3rd ROW: Bernadette Bandi, Sharon Marquardt, Nancy Scholtens, Laurie Reilly, Lisa Jacobson. Hugunin lst South TOP: FRONT ROW: Kameron Miller. 2nd ROW: Dan Kamps, Iim Connors, Iay Bartz, Ieff Neibauer, Dave Benkendorf. BACK ROW: Dennis Drzewiecki, Bruce Kurtz, Kevin Bonde. Neal Hartley, Phil Kenas. BOTTOM: FRONTROW: Randy Berner, Mike Lacenski, Tim Powers, Rick Baker, Jeff Phillips. 2nd ROW: Tom Fellin. Ierry Foellmi, Pete Clementi, Tim Iohnson, Burt Welsh, Tom Norby, Tim Labadie, Chad Cordle, Kurt Iaeger, Larry Hart, Mike Rice, Bruce Helming, Mark Iansen, Steve Miller, Greg Einsfeld, Ieff Ross, Ioel McNair, Keith Barth, Iim Gardner, Bob Rosinsky, Jeff Reynolds. Dan Keeney. I ugunin Ground and lst North Dorms 25 26 Dorms nymmm I' FRONT ROW: Tom Fitzgerald, Scott Braun, Mike Steplyk, Rory Drez- don, Larry Hedrich. 2nd ROW: Iohn Zabel. Rob Ludwig, David Ritchie, Sam Lenda, Bob Wolfe, Tim Stratton. LEFT SIDE OF CAR: Gary Phelps, Glenn Sisko. Iohn Kucksdorf, Larry Foster, Neil Pipkorn. Ieff Iarirs, Steve Kopp, Gary Heyn, Larry Meyer, Byron Pegram, Greg Goltman, Bob Byrnes, Craig Symans. Bruce Helming, Ieff Shaffer. RIGHT SIDE OF Hugunin 2nd Floor Mmmmgmww CAR: Dave Hoffman, Dan Iude, Tom Murphy, Ken Cihlar, Carl Traeger, Bill Hendrickson, Loyal Kletzein, Dick Wyss, Bob Trienl, Rick Rutlin, Randy Martinson, Terry Vaessen, Dave Kropp. Steve Christensen, Peter Kucksdorf, Randy Spicer. BACK ROW: Rick Burbank, Roger Gagliand, Tlm Burnosky, Bill Pulkinen, Lee Miche. FRONT ROW: Ron Crane, Tim Trojan, Doug Pfaff. 2nd ROW: Kerry Cartier, Iohn Dudzinski, Mark Thill, Iay Lauterback, Tim Schafer. Steve Madsen. BACKROW: Dan Iacabson, Kim Hugunin 3rd North E??irEszzfarxbiiz.Bedeen'"mTom 3rd NQTTH Has ITS 1'? Shif 1-oqefher2 Hugunin 3rd South FRONTROW:Ierry Sosalla, Curt Johnson, Scott Crouch. Patrick Fer- gus, Mark Gross. Iim Strobusch. 2nd ROW' Brent Erickson. Leo Hurtgen. Tom Prewlwitz, Mark Lemmer, Paul Hellermann, Ioe Laeser. 3rd ROW: Paul Passe, Steve White, Keith Ott, Mike Pankonin, Dan Woodruff, Bill Paduan, Randy Laper. 4th ROW: Brian Gill. Danny Meagher, Dana Hilmer. Dorms 27 28 Dorms Hugunin 4th North FRONTROVV: Bob Sauder, David Hanson, Bob Wild, Mike Fink, Mark Mullikin, Dean Fitzsimmons. 2nd ROW: Tom Hoeveler. BACKROW: Iim Magestro, Dick Price, Chuck Stack. Rich Waelchli, Ron Hoff, Eddie Ellenberger, Brian Skattum, Dave Calhoun, Bob Sirota. Hugunin 4th South Tim Nechvata1,Ken Graham, Brian Westphal. Iohn Hoeft, Ieff Addison, Kurt Schuelke, Dan Kirkpatrick, Harvey Larsen, Iohn Whitsell, Den- nis Saager. William Bulawa, Scott Simenson. McGregor lst and 4th West FRONT ROW: Bruce Barnes, Mike Mortensen, Squeker, loan Nephew, Pete Pfankuch, Kim Mink, Ron Hagen, Merry-Alxce Kennedy. 6th ROW: Janice Kania. Kathy McCauley. 2nd ROW: Iim Wilson. Howard Bradley. Vickie Draeger. Mary Shields. Pam Derousseau, Eileen Ripp, Lynn Becky Plummer. Lori Maurice. Gerald Voegt. 3rd ROW: Dave Bohmhoff, Rotolo, Louanna Gallenberg. 7th ROW: Pete Stanchak. Greg McDonald, Karen Hermanson. Gail Bach, Betty Van DeWiel, Iayne Stanton, Sandra Ioel Enking. Sherri Austin. Ruanne Schoonover, Fred Kamnetz, Ron Anderson. 4th ROW: Paul Eiring. Brian Larson, Iubal Creamer. Dick Dur- Klausen, Steve Burgess. Paul Wolff. kopp, Sara Wright, Bud Hanson. 5th ROW: Kevin Burke, Gary Bergam. Dorms 29 30 Dorms McGregor 2nd Floor FRONT ROW: Sharon Chrostowski, Chris Riley. Roxy Temperly, Sandy Goodweiler, Mary Engler, Ianet VanderVeen. 2nd ROW: Nancy Schmaling, Jeanne Bangtson, Ali Buchanan. Nancy Weigt, lean Lichter, IoEllen Kinney, Maureen O'Rouke. 3rd ROW: Essi Matiszik, Mary Nachtwey, Deb Schmitz, Cathy Smith, Cathy Goldthorpe. Sherri Olson. Nancy lay, Linda Dziedzic, Connie Kreul, Rosemary Lee. 4th ROW: Cathy Sebastian, Pam Kaap, Ienni Pickel, Mary Grace Vial, Myra McCarten, Diana Sitts, Christina Kranz, Peg O'Neil, Cindy McKellips, Cheryl Stuckey. BACK ROW: 10 Hoenig, Brenda Hirst, loan Nephew. Becky Argall, Ieanne Fiedler, Mary Dee, Carol Stephens, Jackie Parks, Karen McGuire. .I' f wuzh'. RONT ROW: Dan Hartung. David Goldsworthy, Keith Kermeen, lick Alwin, David Studzinski, Steve Larsen. BACK ROW: Bruce cConnell. Katy Peterson. Mike Eastman, Rich Mazur. Dan Ericson, erlyn Sloniker, Mark Ierdee, Michael Malooly, Alan Tollakson. Jeff M 1 t E t ' etroviak, Dave Malisch. C re g 0 r S a. S 41,? McGregor 3rd East FRONTROW: Iames Plourde, Terry Pickett, Jim Kugler, Paul Kowalski, Kevin McDonald. 2nd ROW: Stephen H. Klein, Dan Bredeson, Greg Wyman, Ioe Koenen, Carey Madigan, Rodney Bender, Patrick Feltman. 3rd ROW: Anthony C. Meekma, Michael Marks, Greg Trollop, Daniel M. Reifenberg, Iill LaBallister, Greg Owens, Steve Namowicz, Frank Larson. Dorms 31 32 Dorms McGregor 3rd West and 4th East FRONT ROW: Bea Markus. Ramona Carlson, Nancy McConnell, Barb Patrow, Monica Buser. Debbie Schroeder. Pam Kroll, Karen Martens. Margaret Worth, Candice Bruner. Rosi Richards. Sandy Goodweiler, Katie Apps. Lori Borcherding, Janine Beck Debbie SMnger. 2nd ROW: Julian Zelaya, Jeff Schaal, Steve Austin. Buchy Hein. Dennis Riddiough, Paul Maciejewski, Denise Annen, Doris Alberg. Yvonne Shranz, Edward Pings, Pat Adamson. Jill Gehn, Pam Dawson. Colleen Curly. 3rd ROW: Mary Stratton, Kathy Lynd, Cheri Lofgren. Cherie Dischler. 4th ROW'Ied Sperry, Iohn Day, Erick Haraldson. Dale Kauzlaric. Iim Schoenenberger. Greg Arnold, David Olson, Richard Bylsma, Steve Akins. Sue Jensen. 5th ROW: Mark Blakeslee, Iohn Wayne, Mark Riesenberg. Mendon Gilbert, Dick Schultz. Dave Paul. BACK ROW: Ion Turnell. Melcher 15t Floor FRONT ROW: Bill Crally, Tom Hooker. Gary David, Dennis Paulson. Walter Austin. 2nd ROW: Matt Novy. Steve Depies, Tim Rusch, Mike Stanek, Bill Keener, Roy Luedtke. Tim Pederson, Bob Garvens. 3rd ROW' Paul Iensen, Ross Teresi, Steve Johnson, Chuck Nickey, Gary Berg, Ken Fries. David Robinson, Randy Poppe. BACK ROW' Mark Nordlie, Don Squire, Tom Daniel, Pete Brandt. Mike Thompson, John Kopecky, Bruce Kaniewski, Dale Gretebeck, I. P. Schneider. Dorms 33 FRONT ROW: Tracy Vick. Ioe Riemer, Tony Ledvina. Kevin Brice. 211 ROW: Dave Gilbert. Mark Hoff, Carol Weber, Ieff Gorsuch. Luetta Post, Re Schneller. 3rd ROW: Dave Bishop. Craig Salava, Jerry Ballmer. Mark Yank- M 1 her 2nd We st Tony Udelhoven. Greg Roberts, Tom Weeden, Ian Frey, Steve Grub e C Wayne Gerlach. BACK ROW: Teresa McCabe. Ieff Kroes. Dave Henry. o F xx 2nd West Believes In 7 H E Good Friends and Drink Good Times and Drink, and w Good Women and Drinkll 34 Dorms Melcher 2nd East FRONT ROW: Dan Holland, Dave Konsella, Dan McGowan, Fred Gross, Iim Ziemer. 211d ROW: Scott Eversoll, Dave Ben- son, Cam Litt, Donald Petross, Dave Rice, Rick Kuhle, Iim Behnke. 3rd ROW: Chris Anacker, Al Tidball, Roman Mezyk, Keith, Mike Stanton, Nate Schlafli, Bob Pauli, Steve Douglas, Victor Guardiola. BACK ROW: Ken Crothers, Mike Pings, Bob Higgins, Iim Hofri- chter, Mark Van Scoy, Michael B.Kopf. Melcher 3rd East FRONT ROW: Dan Roarty, Iim Garvin, Mark Hilt, Mike Friar, Bill Garvin, Philip Denu. 2nd ROW: Mike Machurick, Mike Markham, Chuck Knowles, Steve Glynn, Rodney Fritz, Al Hooker. 3rd ROW: Norm Iacobs, Chuck Rose, Mark Nebel, Ieff Winer, Jerry Rosin, Robert Bar- thels, Tom Wilson. BACK ROW: Tom Koepcke, Iohn Seefeldt, Steve Schreck, Iohn Wandrey, Bruce Clyde. Dave Schwarz. Dorms 35 FRONT ROW: Steve Latakas, Dean Havens. Phil Ethridge, R. I. Meier. 2nd ROW: Steve Hernandez, Mark Matza, Terry Pomeroy, Steve Bartell, Tim Farnham, Dave White, Chuck Trundle, Tom Witt. 3rd ROW: Tim Harrmann. Tom Haskins, Tadeusz Kaczor, Rick Melby. Russ Doty, Dale M l h 3 d W t Dingman. Tim May, Jeff Wilcox, Ed Plueger, Jeff Pederson. e C e r r e S East FRONT ROW: A1 Swanke. 2nd ROW: Dave Cattanach, Steve Knuteson, Jerry Johnson, Terry Johnson, Ted Pennekamp, Randal Kraemer. 3rd ROW: Dave Broberg, Phil Mountford, John Wegmann, Lance Fleuter, Gary Schulz, Nick Cochems, Gregg Elmergreen, Dale Hanson. 4111 ROW: Bob Byrne, Paul Reinke, Iohn Scully, Robert Warac- zynski, Dave Ammerman, Dave Derus, Steve Schneider, Ioe Waltz, Curt Kerscher, Ieff Walsh. 36 Dorms 1 th West Melcher RONT ROW: Mark Towns, Gordie Grube, Todd Ryan, Dale Iohnson, 3rd ROW: Ieff Meyer, Albert Patten, Iaque Chevremont, Paul Geisler, 'at Hardyman, Curtis Malone, Brian Doyle. 2nd ROW: Christian Cejpek, Pete Wallace, Larry Schultz. BACK ROW: Randy Zinck, Tom Schrimph, cott Ingwell, Steve Karpowicz, Steve Knop, T. I. Ultrich, Iim Schilling. Russ Koepsell, Cary Schmitz. Dorms 37 38 Dorms Morrow G FRONT ROW: Tim Eirich. Steve Collette. Mark Rob inson. 2nd ROW: Bruce Bowles, Nick Sturzl. 3r ROW: Iohn Silseth, Randy Duren, Iim Sonntag, Dal. Page, Roger Gerber. BACK ROW: Dave Lemke, Ioh Schmit, Pat Geraghty, Paul Brown. Morrow lst West SITTING: Iim Roemer, Scott Pennington, Iohn Fuchsberger. Ist ROW: Dave Ammons, Mike Dalecki, Ion Bartz. Rich Sauck, Ken Zutz, Wade Winchip. 2nd ROW: Dan St. George, Gary Iudd. Roy Born. Ian Kulcher, Brian Sullivan, Dale Jensen, Dave Sikes, Dean Havloitz, Andy McConnell. Tim Johnson. 31d ROW: Iim Fowler. Russ Marcks. Dave Grauvogl, Keith Haas. Brian Iobgen. Dave Ianda. Morrow lst East FRONT ROW: Steve Mlodzik, Steve Hurgan, Rusty Winchel, Robert Christianson, Iim Favreau, Douglas Rick. 2nd ROW: Bill Rothering, Jim Becker, Darrell Fischer, Roger Lindl, Iohn Beierle, David Moe, Burt Huber. Dorms 39 4O Dorms Morrow 2nd East FRONT ROW: Terry Loughrin, Robert Schanke, Eugene Shedivy, Dave Iones, Dan Kaul, Iim Armstrong, Russell Cleven, Iohn Olsen, Ieff Mar- shall, Bill Dean, Mike Baker, Dennis Hollander, Joe Gruenwald, Marty Brown, Dave Walker. Tom Phillippi, Steve Schmidtknecht. 2nd ROW: Dave Tetschlag, Lloyd Keleny, Steve Dietrich, Dan Klarner, Robert McDermot. Gary Schwetz. Tom Malak, Tom Krause. Brad Guthrie, Lin- dell Sneed, Craig Pfinsten, Peter Blaskowski. BACK ROW: Mark Leibelt. FRONT ROW: Mike Ruetten, Pat Smith, Enno Knief. Rich Weber, Ierome Herro, Miles Winkler, Rick Coenen. 2nd ROW: Ieff Seitz, Dave Busch- kopf, Mark Pedretti, Russ Kohlstedt, Sean Shannon, Mike Hayek, Ioe Coenen, Rich Haszel, Doug Grenawald, Tom Hvizdak, Randy Reed, Mark Kilchenmann. Roger Syse, Kevin Temperly. BACK ROW: Iim Hut- chison, Pete Krueger. Morrow 2nd West FRONT ROW:IeffFow1er, Alan Gerth, Rick Parkins, Mike Dunn, Martin Bent- son, Keith Kahler. Leary McCarthy, Iim Pachal. 2nd ROW: David Harlan, Steve Hicks, Iohn Avery. Ric Kuwalski, Mark Harnois. 3rd ROW: Iim Reiser, Mike Svoboda, Steve Polodna, Duane Bor- gen, Steve Callaway. Keith Trow, Dave Loomis. 4111 ROW: Tom Christman. Ron Brown, Tom Mekelburg. A1 Tunak, Jeff Savatski, Daniel Ulrikson, Ryan Berg, Brian Dom. Morrow 3rd East Dorms 41 Morrow 3rd West FRONT ROW: Rudy Ritger, Mike Marquart, Marv Mickler, Kurt Cook, John Bustle, Bob Sudbrink, Walt Smith, Clint Shumaker, Craig Keller, Lee Nelson, Dennis Heer, Bruce Alm. Merle Mosley, Dean Bedford, Keith Jim Riehle, Tom Baumgartner, Jerry Schewe, Richard Kunde. Tom Peter- Liston, Timothy Tainter, Carrie Krueger. BACKROW' Richard Reisinger, son, Mike Schindhelm, Dave Swagel. 42 Dorms Morrow 4th East FRONT ROW: Tracy Thunder- cloud, Pat Moureau, Nic Jacque. John Ahlgrimm, Tom Moratz. 2nd ROW: Mark Engelson, Dick Schluge, Iim Haseley, Larry Mas- lowski, Dennis Hei. 3rd ROW: Lance Lederman, Mark Knud- son, Tom Kubsh, Mike Rabas, Wayne Tourdot, Dave Grzezak BACKROW: Ron Sleight, Pat Hitt, Gary Pelech', Larry Klawit- ter, Don Krug. FRONT ROW: lack Kons, Bob Gerth, Gary Wester, Morrow 4t west Steve Bruehl, Rodger Graham. Mark Kennedy, Randy Schneider. 2nd ROW: Armin Peterson, Tony Marine, Scott Kersten, Carl Rausch, Timm Frankow- ski, Steve Bentz, Robert Snyder, Doug Holmberg, Dave Russell. 3rd ROW: Steve Behl, Andy Collar, Mark Schmitz. Mike Coughlin. Pat Brady. BACK ROW: Iohn Myers, Greg Loek, Brad Bouschart. Dorms 43 Pickard Ground and 15t F100 v .5 ,, 1.7 ' kw I. P , ? FRONT ROW: Yet-ming Hung, Ray Mensendike, Katie Garrity.C1audia Iim Frey, Ianine Collette. Dan Pregont, Allen Williams, Brian Fakle Aide, Ann Stockinger, Carol Fanta. Karla Goldthorpe, Steve Givhan, Linda Ienkins. 2nd ROW: Iohn Iakel, Iim Wedel, Iay Sayles, Karen Boh- Nick Maglaris. Dale Uthe. Steve Wonders, Steve Olig. Craig Paynte BACKROW: Steve Mannes. Mary Miller, Celia Mahue. mann, Theresa Hill, Lorrie Groom, Iim Schmitt, Yvette Bray. 3rd ROW: 44 Dorms Pickard 2nd Floor FRONT ROW: Rick Ricklefs, Rob Ament, Rick Traver. Ted Weisse, Dan Kelly, Roger Peterson, Tim Marko, Dave Moyer, Pat Doran. BACK ROW: Iackie Voegeli, Linda Kartes, Mike Kluesner. Penny Arthur, Janet Hohmann, Ray Harker, Gary Douglas, Paul Hoch. Bob Iones. Pickard 3rd Floor RECLINING: John Raffa. FRONT ROW Brian Jackson. Dean Laing, Clark Bushmeyer, David Clark. 2nd ROW: Steve Palzkill. Bruce Hagen, Iose Monteiro, Paul Merkt, Dan Brancel. BACK ROW: Karl Koenigs, Greg Plotner, Bill Bryant. Dan Helgeson, Gene Degner. Bill Gard- ner. Dorms 45 46 Dorms Pickard 4th East FRONT ROW: Brian Dillman, Dan Wal- lace. 2nd ROW: Jeff Kama, Tim Nichols, Iay Hassinger, Mike Peterson. BACK ROW: Dave Covert. Rodney Fanta, Paul Kromrie, Dave Elfering, Iim Saunders. Dick Deut- man, Phil Tenney, Tom Caccia. Pickard 4th West FRONT ROW: Ray McKee, Gregg Geigler, Gary Curfman, Ray Olson, Dick Anderson, Leslie Pau1.BACKROW:Iim Strande, Sherwood Hatfield, Craig Buchanan, Skip Schulz, Chuck Roth. FRONT ROW: Monica Komoroski, Brian Koch, Bob Cupp, Barb Saar, Jim Miller. 2nd ROW: Dianne Mueller, Curt Wallen, Ellen Matson. Dan Smith, Elaine Kroes, Susan Eley, Faith Rud- nitzki, Iohn Elskamp, Linda Bartell, Debbie Simonds, Iim Rus- sett. 3rd ROW: Mike Tilson. Augie Bruehlman, Linda Bullen, Karen Dean, Sheila Kirschbaum, Steve Angel, Rick Bierlich. Chuck Vick, Steven Ketcham, Jerry Hagen, Dave Galloway, Paul Thomas, Amber Culver, Chuck Staab, Steven Herman, Steve Burlingame. Dorms 47 48 Dorms FRONT ROW: Karla Merson, Lynne Ruchti. Lori Carpenter, Barb Seeger, Rick Byrd, Nick Gandolph. Tom Stepanek, Don Germanson, Randy Pfaff, Ioe Obertin. 2nd ROW: Linda Gay, Ierry Hrovat, Gary Shedd, Iohn Wakeen. 3rd ROW: Alana Skoyen, Sara Kiefer, Tom Schuessler, Brian Matzke, Pat Doughman, Bonnie Myle, Melinda Myhre. Corinne Mills. Ioe Porter 2nd F100: Lucassen, Kathy Meisel. Margie Bolten, Brian Larson. Paul Haze Loraine Haase. Roland Fischer. 4th ROW: Diane Schranz. Bob Soehnle Robin Smith, Larry Lightfield. BACK ROW: Mary Barger, Nancy Robert Dan Sturm, Paul Dreis, Tom Nelson, Dave Ritland. orter 3rd Floor 'ONT ROW: Bill DeBruin, Kate Franseen, Mindy Hendricks, Martha : nden Avond, Andy McKelvey, Tim Scully, Carl Liegel, Roger Vosters, chard Gehin. 2nd ROW: Doug Bricco, Tom Grow, Bill Ziegler, Ieff Rus- 11, Dennis Beyersdorf, Ierry Nankee, Gary Kolb, Tim Burkee, Pete -Graf. 3rd ROW: Mary Engels, Diane Sopher, Ellen Schmitz, Laura Par- 11, Susan Kaempfer, Kathy Dougherty, Theresa Mottley, Pam Engler, Pat Francis, LuAnn Jansen. 4th ROW: Andy Garcia, Harvey Kessel, Steve Troy, Mike Payne, Iohn Levi, Tim Becker, Steve Iongebloed, Iim Seeger, Dave Rodgers. BACK ROW' Mike Wilson, Barb Black, Ian Spillane, Linda Yonash, Lori Anthony, James McNabb, Jeannie Drummy, Karen Richard, Deb Philipps, Barb Brown. Dorms 49 FRONT ROW: Mark Perlewitz. Brad Mowry, Dave Teasdale. 2nd ROW: on Schuppe, Dawn Eilers, Barb Scheuers, Erin McDonald, Peggy Olson, Mary Briede, Beth Qualle, Steve Michelson. 3rd ROW: Iovita Susedik, Amy Hesseling, Jeanette Howley, Io Fay, Maureen Nott, Sue Bakken, Iody Schoenwaelder, Iane Fransen. Cheryl Schuster. 4th ROW: Mike Porter 4th F100 Krueske. Sally Steiner, Pat Knapik, Ian Yanke, Kathy Hoaglan, Lyn Frei del. Rich Marusinec. Howard Manske, Al Majszak, Dave Nalepinski. 51 ROW: Greg Hanson, Rick Hagen, Paul Stoffel, Kyle Jansen, Steve Engels, Danise Habuns, Pam Hutchinson, Lynn Mueller, Karl Mueller, Mik- Mentzel, Mark Peterson. BACKROVV: Jeff Ianz, Iill Laballister. RONT ROW: Kurt Hoppen, Karen Iones, Carol Tesch, Gail Baldwin, Blaine Robinson, obert Ratzburg, Maynard Rewey, Bob Levendoske. 2nd ROW' Angie Seidel, Laurel Rott, ff Welch, Roland Dietzel, Bill Lease. Mark Koenen. Bill McCombie. 3rd ROW: Deb peaker, Renee Heinzen. Beth Howell. Tim Manson, Iim Iacobsen. Ierry Pink, Iim Schilke. . 'ACK ROW: Linda Krugjohann, Cheryl Timmons, Linda Freund, Denise Kass, Deb W11 us Hall ehnke, Myron Hafele, Scott Martin, Taryn Nall, Claudia Dull. g FRONT ROW: Robert Bosman, Dave Arndt, Stacy Martin. 2nd ROW: Debra Tuckwood. Kathy Davis, Dawn Onsgard, Pam Cas- person. 3rd ROW: Gary Roelli, Fred Petersburg. Rog Johnson. Dennis White, Steve Cooley. 4th ROW: David White. Cam John- son, Larry Reed. 5th ROW: Larry Akers, Steve Akkala, Kathy McGinnis. 6th ROW: Bev Borner, Patti Stillwell, Violet Bliss, Diane Pellman. 7th ROW: Craig Carna- han, Pam Rearick, Geriann Win- ter, Gwen Hauser, Sue Friar. BACKROVV: Blair Grafe. Dorms 51 SPECIAL EVENTS 52 Special Events Vt was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age offoolishness. . . it was the spring ofhope, it was the win ter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us. . . n Dickens Special Events 53 Homecoming 1975 "Star Spangled Spirit" FRONT ROW: Cheryl Sluukey, Kim Bm'urtl. Charlie Yeager, Brian Huuhberger. Barb Bislmp. Cheryl Bystol. Sue Hill. Marilyn Whalent 2nd ROW: Colleen Hermson. Mary Pat Mnttley. Kathy Lynd. Cheryl Sulztva. Inn Hines. Becky Suhullc. Cindy Griswold. Diana Sills. 11rd ROW: Al Tidbull. Ken Schultz. Ion Runn. Dave Van Nntlu. lue Manurellu. Randy Mnshrurzh. Paul Ziemer. Kerry Dunn. lohn Bnldl, Art Osim'. Mary LMPlunte. BACK ROW Stan Weigel. Gail Nelson. Slew, Fietller, Iel't' Fowlmu Tom Schmidt. Bah Vnsherg. Sully Stuhr. In January 1975. Barb Bishop and Brian Buchberger were chosen as co-ehairpersons for the homecoming festivities: the rest of the committee was chosen in late February. After holding their first meeting in early March. the com- mittee began planning homecoming week which was held October 6th through 11th. ttStar Spangled Spirit .75" was 54 Homecoming the theme Chosen to commemorate the nation's Bicentm nial Celebration. The committee. along with the Studer Center production crew. put in many long hours organi; ing and setting up the events. Included in the weeks activ ties were the games. stunt night and coronation. concer parade. football game, lighting of the "."M and the dance. "Star Spangled Spirit '75" got into full swing with the HOMECOMING GAMES which were held on Wednesday, October 8th at 6:30 P.M. This year, for the first time, the games were held on the grassy area between Karrmann Library and Pioneer Tower to provide spectators more view- ing area and a more central location on campus. Competition for all of the Homecoming activities were divided into three divisions; Greeks, Dorms, and Organizations. Students competed in such games as; silver dollar toss, water pistol duels, pyramid building, volkswagen pack, and of course the traditional tug-of-war. Winners in the Greek division were the AGRis and KAE'S with a tie for first, Sig Tauis second and the D03 third. In the dorms it was Melcher Hall first, Dobson Hall second, and there was a three-way tie for third between McGregor, Brockert, and Porter Halls. The Vets Club received first in the organizations category with Theta Tau second and Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship third. Following the games students boogied t0 the sounds of itBig City Bob and his Ballroom Gliders" at the all-school party held at the Student Center. LlIlU'd DIl'dllIlU HUG JeII lIlgCUl'll- sen acted as M.C.'s for the STUNT NIGHT activities which were held on Thursday night, October 9th. Elimina- tions for the stunts were held on Monday with the three best skits in each division compet- ing for prizes during the big stunt night show. The theme of each of the skits centered around the natioxfs bicenten- nial and included many humor- ous portrayals of our founding fathers and their ideas on the Platteville Pioneers football battle with the Oshkosh Titans. First place in the Greek division went to the Sig Pfs, with the DGts taking second, and the KAEts third. In the dorm divi- sion it was Dobson Hall first, Morrow Hall second, and Por- ter Hall third. Along with the fine entertain- ment of the skits, the University Swing Choir, under the direc- tion of James Hershburger, pre- sented colorful song and dance routines to popular songs. minn Highlighting the STUNT NIGHT activities was the CROWNING OF THE ROYAL COUPLE l0 reign 0V01'lh01975 homecoming festivities. This was the first year in Plattevilltfs history that a couple has reigned ralher lhan the traditional queen. The five homecoming couple candidates were: Connie Stump and Boyd Spikerman, representing Sigma Tau Gamma; Judy Tracy and Tom Mokolburg, representing Dobson Hall; Deb Behnke and Tom Hanson, representing Brockert Hall; Chris Peter- son and Mike Dunn, representing Morrow Hall: and Sun Palxkill and John David. represenling Della Gamma Phi. As a result of lhe alI-stzhool eleclion. Dub Behnke and Tom Hanson were selected as King and Queen. Homecoming 57 l5 XUBMF r l 58 Homecoming .uhl " HIIH" I v Mjk u; sl mm '3! mm "a ;, .z: 355M Dave Loggins and the Ozark Mountain Darede- vils were featured in a big double HOMECOM- INC CONCERT on Friday night, October 10th. Dave Loggins. who popularized the song HPIUHSC Come to Boston," performed mostly mellow music for the easy-listening crowd. In contrast, The Ozark Mountain Darndevils, whose major hits include ttlf You Wanna Cut to Heaven" and Hlackie Blue," featured country rock music complete with harmonicas, banjos, cowbells, jews harp, and even the kazoo. From the enthusiasm of the crowd. it was obvious that the majority of the people enjoyed the eve- ning. :5 ' my I I 60 Homecoming LI -- I .- a HEM TH SEW Things started happening mu'ly on Saturday morning with the big HOMECOMINC PARADE which started at 9:30. The two hour parade consisted 01. Hours. hands, clowns, uhtrurltzmlurs and all the things lhut provide a crowd with laughter and unjuy- mum. Keeping in lint: with the bicentennial theme, the 11mm:- coming King and Queen rode in a hnrsn-dmwn carringu. nom- plate with chauffeur and groomsmun. Winners in HM? Hunt competition wart: Sig Tim's first in the Greeks. Drzlm Sigs second, and tht: Z'IVUE third. The Vols club took first in the organizations with MI INC taking stacond and Campus Bible Fellowship taking third. Homecoming 61 62 n m $3,, V v. Q t i V J . n 4." .-i,.x-;,,t5fnmx yfyt "ML Wt :93: tru'Fit'nw i' LI'AN' Vain. Although the Pioneer football team had lost five consecutive games. it came across with a Homecoming Victory over the Oshkosh Titans with a score of 7-6. It was the 10th year in a row that the Pioneers had won their HOtME- COMING CAME and it certainly made for a more exciting weekend. A colorful half-time show was presented by the U.W. Marching Band and Rangerettes with the presentation of the Royal eeu ple and their eeurt. Climaxing the aetivities 0f Hemeeem ing '75 were the LIGHTING OF THI "M" and the HOMECOMINC DANCI on Saturday night. The engineers keg: up their yearly tradition of running th 41A mile torch relay from Ottensmzil Hall to the HMN and lighting it . . " ',3 '. . c , , . r . V . L J 3 WY , ' . 5w, 1w , ' r a m . . w k 'x " ' QW . I b lh r p? t n: ' .. . . ,, ; aw .lthough the record of 1854.37" wasn't mken. the sight of the lighted 'M" def- litely brightened the spirits of those lat saw it. 'he Homecoming Dance featured the night Club" atmosphere with recording rtist, Luther Allison, providing the lllSiC. Madrigal - With a Touch of Englis This page was donated by the Alumni Association. 64 Madrigal As Major Domots staff raps on the floor three times, the waiting guests finish their wassail. Major Domo waits as the waiters and waitresses gather the cups, then says the four words everyone has been waiting to hear, ttLet the feast begin.n So started the 16th annual Madrigal Dinner, Dec. 5-7 and 12-14. This yeafs theme was a Renaissance Era Manor House, with the perform- ers, waiters, and waitresses dressed in costumes created and designed by Wendy Collins. The guests were entertained by Harpist Doriss Briggs, 0f the Chicago Symphony Orchestra along with the UW e Platteville Madrigal Singers and Minstrals. As entertaining as the singers was Major Domo, played by Gary Lake of Australia. His staff rapped out the sig- nals for the nine course dinner to be brought in and served. Finally, to bring laughter to the evening, was the court jester, played by P. I. Rockwell III. The excellent nine course dinner, ranging from shrimp bisque to beef tenderloin and English plum pudding, was prepared by Rita Mas- bruch, Howard Metcalf. and James Becker. Madrigal was directed by Kathryn Pollard and David Olson. Madrigal 65 "Damn Yankees 1! . ,4, 'u ;ng$$maamwN; f-w NEVERUNDUM F'LLUS , soiaanus Q? . aNORA EBODUS 'NI 66 Plays Dennis Lilleberg Allen Schaver Iulie Lilleberg Tim McNurlen Vicki McLimans Pamela Wilson Mark Johnson Polly Hauser Ken Eckhart Tom Burbach Ross Martin Brian Jayne Mike Duncan Mike Boomgarden Robert Loffler Bill Langmeier Greg Heine Joe Krantz Tom Stepanek Linda Roethke Sandy Strohm Pat Hm Betty Fraser lack Rockwell Ierry Bench Steve Kehl Dennis Bulgrin Rob Kundert Pat Jonas Mel Eckhart Beth Howell Lynn Cantrell Terry Liesch Bernice Fraser Connie Hillary Cathy Hrovat Plays 67 n w o T m 0 ".3 On'al' ' - Mark Haman Linda Roethke Tom Burbach Robert Leffler Thomas Van DeLoop Doris Allberg Marian Graff Pat Hitt Linda Terrill Mike Moertl Cathy Hrovat Rob Kundert Charles Skewis Peggy Daffner Greg Heine Iean Kahlenberg Bill Broughton Jill Gehn Ieff Kroes Dan Holverson Terry Croft Dan Folwarski Pat Oman Steve Kehl Tim McNurlen Corey Koebernick Margaret Laverty Plays 69 Desire Under the Elms Bob Donald Don Krug Rob Kundert P. I. Rockwell III Linda Roethke Tim McNurlen Tom Burbach Randy Belstra Rob Dippel Janet Bender Jenni Pickel Iill Gehn Pat Oman Bill Fellows Bob Leffler Dennis Bulgrin Margaret Laverty Sheila Klein Polly Hauser Plays 71 Pickard Runs the "Pigskin" to Whitewater Pickardts run to Whitewater had its beginning at a brain-storming session for Hall Programming early in September. Many plans were made before every- thing fell into place on September 26-27. The route was planned to go along the back roads and through small towns, so as to avoid traffic. A number of local citizens donated several necessary supplies, includ- ing the football. The weather was great and the first group of runners left Pickard at 3:00 P.M. via Police Escort. Running was done in shifts of 1k to 2 miles at a time. The run- ners spent the night in Evansville and resumed the run at 8:00 AM. on Saturday morning. Around 2:00 that afternoon, the 25 runners from Pickard met at the square in the middle of Whitewater. Pickard organized and ran the 120 miles to Whitewater to prove that they had as much unity and school spirit as any other dorm on campus. -1.1" ,. mqgrmw . , e 72 Special Events Dorms Sponsor "Grand Prix" The "University Grand Prix" for go-karts transformed the University Driveris Ed. Range into a race track. The participants in the race came mostly from the Rockford Go-Kart Association, which said that the track was fast and curvy and gave a challenge that they really enjoyed. The weekend event was co-sponsored by Pickard, Brockert, and Hugi- nun Halls. Over 800 spectators added the incentive needed for the 100 participants to really give them a show. Due to the success of this new endeavor, Brockert, Pickard, and Huginun Halls are considering mak- ing this an annual event on the UW-Platteville campus. Special Events 73 The world's largest HIM located east of Platteville was constructed in 1937. It covers almost 24,000 sq. ft, is 241 feet high, and 214 feet wide. Each year an ttM" Day is held to keep the ttM" in good shape. Engineering students have the morning off from classes to enable them to work on the 0M." This year the traditional "M" Day was held on October 7th, the Tuesday of Homecoming week. After pulling weeds and picking up broken bottles, the engineers formed long lines on each leg of the "M." Individual rocks were passed up the lines first, then the heavy buckets of cement, and finally, the sloshy buckets of whitewash. As a finishing touch, the path up the 0M" was improved by placing tires to be used as steps. Although the engineers labored hard in the morning, they spent the afternoon recuperating with games and refresh- ments. Football, volleyball, tennis, and horse shoe tourna- ments were held at Hill F ield. Engineers Clean U Like a "White Tornado' 74 Special Events 'e Nice to Me - I Gave Blood The annual bloodmobile visit took place on campus December 3-5 this year. As usual, it was held in Dobson Hallis basement. A total of 702 pints of blood were donated from the 770 people who responded. Both Residence Hall Council and the Bloodmobile Com- mittee gave incentives for participation. RHC presented $40 to the wing with the largest percentage of participa- tion. This was won by Brockert lst North and Melcher lst West. Both had 100w response in giving or trying to give blood. The Bloodmobile Committee presented a certificate to the Dormitory with the greatest proportion of actual blood donation. Brockert Hall received this with 311670. Marcus Thompson Marcus Thompson, a distinguished violist, performed on October 14 at the University of Wisconsin - Platteville. Since his New York recital debut in the Young Artists Concert Series in 1968, Thompson has become an impres- sive solo violist in recitals with an orchestra, and in cham- ber music. Thompson has appeared as soloist with the National Sym- phony at Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, the New York Youth Symphony at Carnegie Hall, and the Boston Pops. His 1975-76 schedule included a solo appearance with the Symphony of the New World at Carnegie Hall in New York, and solo recitals throughout the West and Mid- west. His performance in Platteville was sponsored by the Student Activities Board Fine Arts Committee, and included works of Bach, Brahms, and Teleman. Michael Hennessy The arts of Mime and Music were combined in a thoroughly enjoyable performance when Michael Hennessyis Mime and Music Theatre performed on January 27th. Hennessy, an accomplished mime, teamed up with folk musicians Dan Blegen and Eric Sayer for the evenings presen- tation. Hennessy performed such pantomimes as: college registration, bus stop, trained flea, newspaper, kite, and he even juggled. The musicians played music they had devel- oped themselves, using a wide variety of musical instruments. The addition of the music enhanced the mime routines, but there were also interludes of solo mime and solo music that provided enjoyable vari- ety. 76 Special Events Christine Jorgensen On October 16, 1975, Christine Iorgensen visited the UW - Platte- ville campus. Ms. Iorgensen, in 1952, became the first American to have a successful sex change operation. The title of her lecture was "Who Am I . . . Who Are You . . . How Do I Work at Being Me? One of the prime concerns of Iorgensenk lecture was to edu- cate the public on the problems of gender identity, and how to deal with the social pressure put on persons with such problems. Her lecture was followed by a question-and-answer session. Ms. Jorgensen showed her sense of humor when a gentleman asked her how her sex life was. She replied, "Fine, how's yours?" Her talk proved to be both enjoyable and educational. Diane Walsh As a part of the Young Concert Artists Series, pianist Diane Walsh, entertained on campus February 17th. Diane, at 25 years of age, has won many outstanding awards. These include first prize at the 1975 Munich International Piano Competition, and the high- est prize in the 1975 Mozart Competition in Salzburg, Austria. Ms. Walsh began studies on the piano at the age of four; and is a graduate of Juilliard School, where she studied with Irwin Freun- dich. Diane has given recitals and "mini-residencies" at Western and Midwestern universities under the Young Concert Artists' auspices, and reappeared in the New York Concert Artists Series this season. She performed works of Mozart, Mendelssohn, Debussy, and Schumann. Special Events 77 The Waverly Consort was an ensemble of nine brilliant young singers and players. They performed rare and beautiful music from the 13th through 17th centuries on more than fifty unusual Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque instruments. Several of these were: nunts fid- dle, recorder, Baroque oboe, cornetto, minstreYs harp, portative organ, psaltery, hurdy-gurdy, handbells, tabor, and oud. Through years of research, the group was able to present the numbers with authentic vocal style and instrumentation. For the appreciative audi- ence, it was a brief trip into the past with the spirit in which the music was originally composed, performed and shared. 78 Special Events A Moment of Silence . . . In reading words written ofhim You begin to understand That Heaven and Earth are not so very far apart. The one who walked With us and spoke our words, played our games, and took leisure. Gone?No, he stays with us, today, and Whenever we kindly choose to remember him in our prayers. e have set aside this page in the yearbook to remember 0 of our classmates who were killed in automobile acci- nts during their senior year at UW - Platteville. enty-one year old Kendall Murray Oeftl was a third -mester senior in Safety Education, with a minor in o aching. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murray, are from ba City, Wisconsin which is only a few miles from atteville. Kendall was a four-year letterman on the Pio- er Baseball team, where he held a number of records for Kathy Strong llmost strike-outs? He was also a member of the Lambda Sigma Pi Fraternity. Kendall was killed in a jeep accident on June 7, 1975. David Elfering trightl was also twenty-one years old. He was a senior studying Agricultural Education, and was also a letterman on the University Wrestling team. Davidls hometown was Kenosha, Wisconsin where he lived with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Elfering. He died in a car- truck collision on November 17, 1975. Special Events 79 Coffeehouse Series 80 Special Events September 23-27 ....................... Robert and Linda Williams October 28-31 ..................... Judy Stratton and Kevin Agosti November 18-22 ................... Kathy Black and Catesby Iones January 12-13 ................... Dakota Dave and Sean Blackborn Ianuary 28 ................................. Student Coffeehouse Ianuary 29-31 ...................................... Iohn Martine February 17-21 .............................. Guy and Pip Gillette March 1-3 ............................... Roger, Wendy, and Sam March 11-13 ........................................... Iohn Ims March 25-27 ..................................... Hull and Roche Special Events Bl 82 Special Events As one of their many ways to raise money, the Music Edu- catoris National Conference sponsored an all-school party on January 24. This party was somewhat different than the usual all-school party since it featured an open-mike cof- feehouse along with food, drink, and dancing. From 5:00 until 9:00 the open-mike coffeehouse was held with per- formances by UW-P students. From 9:00 until 1:00, AJAX, 3 local band, provided music for dancing. Since this party ran through the supper hour, such delicacies as tombstone pizzas, footlong hot dogs, pop, and beer were served. All in all, tiDine tn Stein" was a big success and MENC is hop- ing to have an even better one in the future. Special Events 83 SNO-DIN COMMITTEE. FRONTROW: Mary Stratton, Lesa McKinley, Gwen Haus -. co-chairpersons Rick Byrd and Patti Wunderlin, Ann Steussy, Loraine Haase, Alil Jensen. 2nd ROW: Pat Stack, Gretta Shedivy, Monica Moravec. Bob Vosberg, Advis ' Kay Pollard, Kay Buss, Helene Becker, Kem Anderson, Winston Nunes. BACK R0 n0 .- ln 976 Ron Hagen, Lauree Pericak, Cathy Mayer, Dale Pertzborn, Jeff Huss, Iim Armstron Gary Ruesgegger, Tom Deery, Chuck Rasmussen, Pat Lynch. BOTTOM: SNO-BUNNIES. FRONT ROW: Iohn Fails. 2nd ROW: Mary Berger. Kar. Richard, Marie Perry, Ann Stuessy, Kathy Lynd. 3rd ROW: Jane Tobin, Betsy Gun 11 ,1 lach, Rita Witek, Betty Kreul, Gayle Craighton. BACK ROW: Connie Stump, Merr SHO-Odyssey Alyce Kennedy, Martha Rygh, Diane Mueller, Essi Matiszik, Karen Schweitzer. Patti Wunderlin and Rick Byrd were chosen last fall to be co- chairpersons of Sno-Din 1976. The rest of the committee was chosen by the end of November and began their weekly meet- ings to plan the activities to be held Feb. 23 through 26. Their first major project was choos- ing this years theme uSno Odyssey," a futuristic approach. After much discus- sion, planning, and praying for snow, the weeks events came to include' outside games, broom hockey, ski party, tobog- gan party, hay ride, all school parties, mini-ice and maxi- snow sculptures, body painting, game booths, bed race, and concert. 84 Sno-Din Chips of ice flew as the MINI-ICE FIGURES were sculptured on Tuesday, February 24. The contestants were given three hours in which to complete their works of art. The winners in the Greek division consisted of the Delta Sigis, Sig Tau's, and AGR,s respectively, for first, second, and third. In the Inde- pendent division, Morrow placed first, Porter second, and Vets third. Wednesday was the day that the MAXI-SNOW SCULPTURES were completed and judged. The winners for the Greeks were: Sig Tauis first, Delta Sigts second, and the Gamma Phi's and TKE's in a third place tie. The Independent winning positions were captured by Porter with a first place win, Hugunin with a second, and McGregor with a third. Sno-Din 85 .m D o n S 6 8 This yearTs Sno Odyssey week began with OUTSIDE GAMES on Monday, February 23 at 3:00 P.M. Luckily, snow had fallen for the first time in several weeks. This added to the fun of the games held between Karrman Library and Pioneer Tower. Competition for all the weeks activities were divided into two divisions, Greek and Independent. The games tmany of which were coedt included the VW push, gunny sack race, blanket roll, and relay-obstacle course. Winners of the overall games for the Greeks were: LSPts first, APOts second, and a three way tie for third between the Phi Sig,s, D.Gfs, and Theta Tau's. The Independent overall win- ners were: Hugunin first, and Brockert and I.V.C.F. tied for second. Points from the bed race and broom hockey competition were counted sepa- rately from the other games. The Delta Sig's took the first place trophy for the bed race in the Greek division and Brockert Hall won the trophy for the Independent division. The APO's won the men's division in broom hockey and the ZTOts in woments. 88 Sno-Din On Wednesday, the Sno-Din activities were centered around the ALL-SCHOOL PARTY at the Student Cen- ter. Beer was sold as usual, and the music was provided by "Crystal." An added attraction was the game booths set up by various organizations in the South Commons. They included such things as a jail, kissing booth, and dart board; prizes were free beer tickets. Probably the most interesting event of the night was the body paint- ing contest. Each participating group was given 30 min- utes to paint a Clever design on their swimsuit-clad model. The SNO ODYSSEY CONCERT on Thursday, February 26, featured Harry Chapin and the Amazing Rhythm Aces. The latter group took the stage first and performed several songs which included iiAmaz- ing Grace," and their big hit of the year "Third Rate Romance." After listening to the fine performance of the Amazing Rhythm Aces, the audience was ready to be charmed by Harry Chapin. And charmed the audience was as they listened to Harry perform such favorites as "Cats in the Cradle", iiW.O.L.D.", "The Bummer", uA Tangled-Up Puppet", and "Taxi." Because Harry Chapinis backup instrumentalists did not perform with him, he encouraged the partic- ipation 0f the audience in several of his songs. The crowd showed how much they enjoyed Harry Chapin's songs and jokes by their whole-hearted singing, clapping, and cheering. Sno-Din 89 Black History Week MTRIOT AND TORY HH HI U k !HKKA PATRIOT AND TORY 90 Special Events Black History Week at the University of Wiscon- sin e Platteville took place February 1-7 with a wide range of activities and guest speakers. This annual event is sponsored in conjunction with the Multi-Cultural Education Center to promote appreciation for and understanding of the contrib- utions and problems of Black America. A commit- tee of students from the Black Student Union planned the weeks activities, including choosing the speakers and performers. On the musical side, the University Jazz Ensemble presented a concert featuring the works of famous black composers including ttSoul BassanovaT uPick Up the Pieces", "Milestones", tt12 Bars of Green", and ttThe Search." Lynn Cantrell, a UW - Platteville student, was the guest soloist t0 ttDontt Explain" and ttAin,t Nobody,s Business." Another outstanding musical feature of the week was the performance of noted mezzo-soprano, on Blacket, on Wednesday, February 4th. She per- formed a variety of songs as a tribute to composer Marian Anderson. Tony Brown, host of the Public Broadcasting Sys- tem show ttBlack Journal," took part in a lively discussion on Thursday night covering such topics as busing, revising the electoral system, how the television industry has become tprofitt motivated and other controversial issues. Another key speaker was Joann Williams, a broadcaster-per- sonality for WTMI in Milwaukee, who gave a talk on "The Womants Role in American History" on Thursday, February 6th. Along with these two fine speakers, various other prominent blacks spoke to many classes during the week on pertinent issues. 91 ORGANIZATIONS ! 'vex 92 Organizations We will g1 ve the world a Beauty that it has never seen . . . nor heard. For no longer will we be con tained Within ourselves. . . but we will join togeth er to probe the universe . . . to know the unknown. For there is nothing small . nothing unimportant Where 311 are a part of the Whole. OMICRON ETF Organizations 93 Agricultural Education Socie ner. Gary Lake and Mindy Zeinert, Bob Stauffacher. Martin Goffard, Moore. Terry Pickett, R. L. Campbell. 2nd ROW: Todd Fischer, M Roman Mezyk. 2nd ROW: Randy Zinck. Alan Johnson, Douglas Eskritt. Nodolf, Iim Zeinert and Ryan Zeinert, Chuck Rasmussen, Garry R TOP: FRONT ROW: Tim Eberle, Tom Krutza, Duane Sherven, Ron Mel- vin, Russ Konkol. Iohnny Hulbert, Dwight Swenson, Ronald Hagen, Gayle Olson, Marshall Gerbitz, John Marotz, Francis McCauley. mond, Joe Ballmer, Mr. Ronald Herzog. Iim Favreau, Iohn Dudzinski. BOTTOM FRONT ROW: Mark Parrell, Dennis Meulemans, Peggy Daff- 94 Subject Matter gribusiness and gricultural Economics Club xi .. .,,. v , 7H , w, ..A." x, w American Chemical Society TOP: FRONT ROW: Carl Liegel, Ste- phan Fay, Dick Price, Gary Behling, Iulian S. Zelaya, Ted Bay. 2nd ROW' Mr. Crop, Harold Folbrecht, Paul Ziemer, Roger Luckey, Ierry Iensen, Fred Petersburg, Thomas Ferguson, Kenneth Rue, Iohn Wolter, Mike Fink, Iim Sweeney, Doug Pink, Brad Argall, Bob Ward, Iohn Cottingham. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Mary Johan- ning, Deb Bloom. Dorene Starrett. Nancy Peters, Kay Maurer. BACK ROW' Harold Fenrick, Jeff Post, Kevin Wienkers, Dick Lofthouse. Clarence Johnson, Larry Berg. Subiect Matter 95 American Society of Civil Engineers TOP: FRONTROVV: Richard Amundson, Jeff Seitz, Alan V. Gert Herman A. Green. Ron Brown, Ron Gehrke, Taryn Nall, Ken Frie Andy Wolf, Dave Loomis. Mark Harnois, Terry Peterson. 2n ROW: Ken Lenz. Dick Rupiper, Tom Goethel, Jeff Kronser, Ier Foellmi, Mike Manthey, Mike Felker, Dean Honadel, Bill Ango Mike Peters. Ieff Mantes, Richard Tubesing, Tom Lorfeld, Rya Berg. BACK ROW: Cathy Marx, Doug Rick, Ray Smith. Ie Fowler, Steve Reinfeldt, Wallace Schaub, Doug Grovesteen, Ralp Vosters, Iohn Elwell. Ken Buttry, Iim Meverden, George Pruchno ski, Pete Shefte. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Pete Manderfield, Walter Smith. K- Graham, Robert Barron, Jeff Boldt, Tim Skaar, Gary Berg, Iam Kramer, Frank Mohr, Scott Cahak, Charles Christensen. 2 ROW: Steve Johnson, Dave DeBruine, Dave Buschkopf, Richa Lemahieu, David Hunt, Mel Beadle, Larry Buetzer. Wayne Budru Robert Wobick. Don Tuggle, Dennis Price, Ion Van Alstine, R Spellman. Allen G. Coenen. BACK ROW: Mark Stuessy, Thom Malak, Paul Probst, Mike Gall. Larry Mountin, Kevin Kraem- Bruce Kaniewski, Dan Winkler, Ierry Pertzsch, Iohn Christianse Byron Suster, Thomas Phillippi. Chi Epsilon TOP: FRONT ROW: Ralph Vosters, Larry Mountin, Steve Reinfeldt. Paul Probst, Dave DeBruine. Iim Meverden, John Elwell. 2nd ROW: Wallace Schaub, Don Tuggle, Terry Peterson. Tim Skaar. Dan Winkler, Dave Buschkopf, Gary Berg. BACK ROW: Byron Suster, Larry Buetzer, Ron Gehrke, Mike Felker, Robert Wobick, Taryn Nall, Wayne Budrus, Andy Wolf, William Kissner. BOTTOM: Judy Day, Kathy Kern. Cathy Marx, Mary Raymond. Yvonne DuCharme, Ian Ottman, Monica Komoroski, Cathy Mayer, James Levey, Sandra Levey, Monica Buser, Karen Bowden, Kathy Quinn, Maureen Nott, Mary Robinson, Ann Christopherson, Bernadine McKenzie. ssociation of Women Engineers HonorarWSubied Matter 97 American Institute of Minin and Metallurgical Engineering FRONT ROW: Ron Pann, Mr. Dixon, Ralph Blumer, Curt Weittenhiller, Stiehr, Tom Erickson, Denny Bohnsack. BACKROIM'Ricky Parkins, B Chuck Burggraf, Chris Ebert, Steve Fishler. Don Christensen, Nancy Draeger. Dave Broberg, Tony Tornowske. Jeff Klingseisen, Larry M. Robertson, Mike Allen, Bill Rech. 2nd ROW: Steve Hicks, Tom Mekel- lowski, Iohn Avery, Terry Tew, Tom T. Aderman, Iohn Krogman. Ch burg, Randy Pfaff, Brad Nelson, Dan Urbanek, Randy Strang, Iohn McCauley, Lindell Sneed, I. Rastegar, Tom Masbruch. Dan Wolf. 98 Subied Matter C Olleglate TOP: FRONT ROW' Dr. William Hoffman and Linda, Bridget King, Keith Trow, Iudy Iones. Mary Ann Johanning. James Ziemer. BACK ROW: Dan Haffele, Joan Vosberg, Den- . nis Mezera. Roger Luckey, Johnny Hulbert, Le Ann Craft. A 1t 1 BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Nancy Manderle, Arlene Wojt, Marcie Westphal, Ann Hilfiker, grlcu ura. Carol Bauer, Robert Warfield. 2nd ROW: 8. George Vincentnathan, Ken Washburn, Joe Barnier, Michael Malooly, David Barnhill, Kameron Miller, Randy Spicer, Steve Kopp, Victor Kowalewski. BACK ROW: Richard Berghammer, James McNabb, Charles Dra- . O A ssoclatlon heim, Robert Levendoske, James Linden, Sean Shannon, Scott Martin, Iohn Zabel. Mark Thill, Mark Oehlke, Larry Estenson, Louis Boisot, Ioe Lomax. riminal Justice Association Subject Maner 99 Data Processing Management Association FRONT ROW: Richard Iinkins, Patti Wunderlin, Michael Dougherty. BACKROW: Steven Ken- nedy, Kim Tresner, David Ramseur, Paul Wegner, Bill Gobeli, Chuck Odorizzi, Philip Bice, Randy Egan. Kevin Curley, Frank Larson. 44. ' FRONT ROW: Deb Nevil, Edie Weller, Ieff Welch. Connie Hammontree, Ledvina, Tom Stumpiler. Loren Homb, James Wood, Ierry Thyes, Bl Kathy Naylor, Pam Rearick. 2nd ROW: Bheru Sukhwal, Iim Reiser, Tony Grafe. Gamma Theta Upsilon Geography 100 Subied Matier Industrial Education Association RONTROW: Frank Kuzma, Jeff Lane, Chuck Engfer, Don Wegner, Greg Bill Kolarik, Ron Axelson, Mike Roth, Sandy Hasburtherry Pink. Scott .reenhalgh, Bruce Enke, B. Bumgardner. BACK ROW: Dennis Stogin, Simenson,MerIe Mosley, Glen Spaulding,I.Kirby, D. H. Hullman. " ONTROW: Steve Brueggeman, Robert Christianson, John Gavin, 5th ROW: Steve Rozanske, Al Tunak, Ioseph Wilke, Bill Rothering, Marty 'chard Sleight. 2nd ROW: Myron Hafele, Joseph Kusimo, Monica Brown, Mike Thompson. BACK ROW: Al Giese, Tim Stratton, Douglas moroski, Ian Ottman, Kathy Quinn, Norman Powers. 3rd ROW: David Iohnson, Ieff Schiela, Walter Footit. , 0e, Chris Yoerg, Mike Eklund. Tim Farnham, Glenn Sisko, Dale Page. I ndustrial Engineering Society Subject Matter I 01 FRONTROW: Donna Williams, Mary Nichols. Debbie Bumgardner. Denis . McFarlane, Kay DeMuth, Sharon Charles. Dr. Gloria Rezazadeh. BACK ROW' Helen Karrmall Klub Burditt, Laura Banfield, Debbie Slaats, Sandra Fritsch, Pam Heibel, Angie Seidel, Ii Vestuto. Medical Technicians FRONT ROW: Janet VanderVeen, Deb Booth, Cathy Kieler, Carol VanAlstine. 2nd ROW: Laurel Rott, Cindy Iorgensen, Barb Schmieder, Kris Thompson. Robert Ste- phens. 3rdROW: Iim Wenger, Mark Appell, Cindy McKellips, Nancy Iay. 102 Subject Matter ' FRONT ROW: LuAnn Burris, Deb Putnam, Marilyn MUSIC Educators Dunn, Dona Iahn. 2nd ROW: Brad Anderson, Debra Kovars, Fred R. Soward. 3rd ROW: Susan Iorenby, Iim Burris. 4th ROW: Dave Harlan, Dave Henry. 5th ROW: Pete McGuire, Becky Neff. 6th ROW Brian 0 Natlonal onference Iohnson. Cheryl Raha, Lori Foley, Laura Farrell. 7th ROW: Ken Kilian, Angie Radke, Ierry Hazen. Bth ROW: Linda Simison, Virginia Tews, Mary Johnson. 9th ROW: Sheila Burris. Victoria E. Davis. 10112 ROW: Tom Stepanek, Ron Hagen, Ierry Hrovat. BACK ROW: Lori Olsen. Subiecf Matter 103 National Associatio of Home Builder Egtfw ' 0; Charter Malian! Rssorialion of Ram Buildtrs of thc Uniml 5mm 1'th is In mlilg mat: llnivcrsig of Wisconsin- Plattevillc In unlulv-l mm Ill Bull .l Funky; all m lul umltl n AI Affahfw Sanka: Charm In llltllm Mend, VI: WWAH I-nmxk andmumumhkmlammnnm FRONT ROW: Tim Critton. Harry Dean, Cindy Monroe, Rick Thompson. Steve Kroening. Randy Kelley. 2nd ROW: Vern Abdoo. Steven Larsen, Curtis Kerscher, Steve Woods, Bruce De Garmo, Bruce Keefer. DuWayne Stuelke. BACK ROW: Dan Eric- son, Merlyn Sloniker. Bruce Enke. Mike Widen. Rod Davidson. Bob Bursack. Randy Fowler. 104 Subiect Matter RONT ROW: Colleen Curley, Arlene Doctor. Brian Koch. Linda Fransen, andy Peacock. 2nd ROW: Marie Svec, Lauree Pericak, Kenneth L'Esperance, y-Dana Baker, Dan Smith, Cathy Loken. Becky Schulte. BACK ROW: Iohn itchcock, John Wachholz, Karen Dean, on Schuppe, Dick Price, Mary Eggers, - rry Schewe. -P, where the search begins. Tal- t Search, where UW-P students - ready to serve prospective stu- nts. These student workers try to 1p the prospective student in a mber of ways. The people at Tal- t Search give campus tours, proc- . requests for university informa- n, telephone or write prospective dents in an effort to answer ques- ns and to be sure that they eived the information they had Fun? A i requested, and participate in a num- ber of university functions. Talent Search is actively involved in recruiting on a one-to-one basis. Especially during the summer, there are students who visit the prospec- tive students in their own homes. In addition booths are set up in area shopping malls or at area county fairs. These booths are often manned by TS workers. Talent Search The University functions that Talent Search are involved in include the Bridge Building Contest, the World Affairs Symposium, Pioneer Pot- pourri, the Iunior Miss Workshop, the Model United Nations, and Freshman Pre-registration and Orientation. The work at Talent Search is, in one word, Variety. Special Interest 105 Agronomy Club '53 ADVANCE THE 832 E33233 3? GOOD LAND USE TOP: FRONT ROW: Peggy Daff- ner, Perry Goetsch. Mark Buelke, Dave Langer, Wes Kranz, Iim Prindiville, Maynard Konkol. BACK ROW: Kenneth Kilian, Roger Dahl, Stephen Klein, Terry Johnson, Harold Folbrecht, Ray Riley, Iim Parr, Tom Keefe. Dr. Roger Higgs. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Doug Throckmorton, Virginia Romig, Stan Moore, Iohn Elwell, Rod Buchele, Karen Mayer. BACK ROW: Barb Saar, lean Ehnert. Maynard Konkol, Mike Gray. Tim Tainter. l06 Special Interest Exchange Committee TOP: FRONT ROW: Lorrie DeByle, Patti Wunderlin, Kim Starkey. 2nd ROW: Jerry Ohm. Kevin Theede, Jeff Huss, Alan Billings. BOTTOM: FRONTROW: George Stamos, Mark Robinson, Maureen Nott, Debbie Schroeder. 2nd ROW: Dennis Cams, Rick Fes- sel, Andrew Fletcher, Lindell Sneed. Raymond Fitzsimmons, Joseph Kusimo. BACKROW: Roger Gerber, Iohn Schmit, Fred Petersburg, Sherwood Hatfield, Ieff Krueger, Tom Barnes. , i? :I u. : a Q, I 3 H8 '; inn I "Q $13: R ' ' - : 3'$ 3. kg" ampus Bible Fellowship Special Interest 107 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship FRONT ROW: Robert Stephens, Jeanette Tuntland, Linda Krugjo- hann, Angie Seidel, Tim Hansen, Don Stock, Kris Reeves. 2nd ROIIV: Dave Harlan, Bob Capps, Lorraine Groom, Vicky Ottih, Cindy Sullivan, Becky Oncken, Cindy Burrow. 3rd ROW: Ruth Stauffacher, Susan Kaempfer, Diane Nelson, Cheryl Buchanan, Lesa McKinley, Mary Robinson, Dawn Onsgard, Molana Brewer, Stanley Peterson. 4th ROW: Iohn Trumpy, Iohn Avery, Iim Struve, Dave Schirmer, Wayne Knudtson, Suzanne Hamilton, Charles Skewis, Valerie Beighley, D. Scott Napp. BACK ROW: Mark Kat- zer, Bob Ice, lean Kabele, Becky Zietlow, Peter Quam, John S. Nel- son. 108 Special lnieres? What is Inter-Varsity? Well, it might be called an organization. As a matter of fact, it is a national organization that is a member of an inter- national organization called the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students. But Inter-Varsity is more than just an organization. It is a group of teal live students here at UW-P. But these students are not ordinary stu- dents, there is something different about them. They have met a person who has come to mean more to them than any other single person in this world. This person is Iesus Christ. He has called each of us to a commitment; a commitment to him, to ourselves, and to others. That is what Inter-Var- sity is all about, but its also about the members as people. If you are interested, why not drop by sometime? It might be the most important move in your life! God Bless You. 0; a: ,5 6 w 2 quw ML 21'. In terview With In terva rsi ty: Missions Disci pleshi p E vangelism Special Interest 109 FRONT ROW: Ioe Shalita, Ibrahim Abu-Arish, Christina Ng, Christopher Fung . Lola Petersen, Tony Pellatt, Mahdi Abdal, Sally Davis, Ioseph Kusimo. 2n Internatlonal ROW: Frederick So, Gustavo Ramirez, Debbie Wheeler, Barb Raygor, Kauk- Heiskanen, Maire Heiskanen, Arlene Doctor, M. L. Soetanta, Arsham Bayati Connie Hammontree, E. Nader Rastegar, Juanita Roling, Robin Wong. BAC ROW: Patrick Akabua-Tsisbe, Ali Abdal, A. O. Salako. Khaled Al-Bader, Dav. Students Grassel, Paras Reddy, Manoocher Mohammadi, Jerry Thyes, Meg Maiworm Gary Lake, Charles Wang. FRONT ROW: Iim Schilke. Peter Blaskowski, Tom Kubisch, Tim Stratton. Myron Sher arate u Thomas Malak, Leisa Dorsey, Todd Ryan, Mike Stanton, Jerry Somers, Paul Mason, Al Tollakson. 2nd ROW: Jim Piper, Pat Smith, Rich Haszel, Brian Gill, Chuck Stack, Chu Vick, Chuck Trundle. Brent Erickson, John D. Rowthke. BACK ROW: Dave Schmit. Ke Theede, Ruth Messerschmidt, Iim Fassbender, Ted Bay, Norm Jacobs, Iim Knop, B McWilliams, Walter Footit, Jeff Meyer, Philip Bice, Tim May. I 10 Special lnteresf O Plone er FRONTROW: Cathy HrovaL Dennis Bulgrin, lean Kahlenberg, Doris Alberg, Margaret Laverty. Iudy Gallagher, Vicki Ritter. 2nd ROW: Greg Heine, Tim McNurlen. Dan Holverson, Iim Hauser, Polly Hauser. Bob Lef- fler. Terry Croft. Iill Gehn. Patrick Oman, Rob Kundert. 3rd ROW: Yvette Pla ers Bray, Mark Haman. Linda Roethke, Dan Folwarski. Mike Duncan. Steve y Kehl, Ieff Kroes, Mike Moertl, Charles Skewis. Corey Koebernick, Pat Hitt. Lutheran Collegians FRONT ROW: Sharon Marquardt, Carol Tesch. 2nd ROW: David Ramseur, Robert Barthels, LaVern L. Georgson, Ierry Pertzsh, Bryan Tau- chen, Fred Petersburg, Tim Pederson. Greg Tolvstad. Special ln'erest 1 I I 'l 12 Special Interest Residence Hall Council he accomplishments of this organiza- on and its state affiliation describe well e active and truly representative ature of R.H.C. Televisit, 24-hour visita- on, party rooms, dorm programming, orm libraries; their list of credits is end- ss. esidence Hall Council is composed of o elected representatives from each all, plus a president that is elected from ithin that body. Their stated goals are t0 iipromote academic, intellectual, cul- tural and social understanding among the hall residents, stimulate interest in campus activities and residence hall affairs, and develop citizenship through self-government." These goals are very closely adhered to in the day to day affairs of R.H.C. The excellent coopera- tion and relationship that R.H.C. has enjoyed with the University Housing office and staff has made no small con- tribution to their organization. FRONT ROW: Linda Kartes, Janet Murray. 2nd ROW: Carol Tesch, Steve Angel. Larry Reed, Donna Lee, Daniel Hartung. 3rd ROW: Kevin Brice, Mark Hoff, Diane Keip, Pete Blaskowski. Pete Krueger. BACK ROW: Ed Whealon. John Day. Mary Johnson. Fred Petersburg. Terry Vaassen. Special Interest H3 I 14 Special Interest Student Senate FRONT ROW: Mary Stratton, Barb Seeger, Diane Hull. Cindy Iorgensen. 2n ROW: Ion August, Rondi Bautch Gecretary-Treasured, Kathy Lynd Vice Pres' denO, Kurt Markham WresidenU. 3rd ROW: Iim Knop. Frank Beltrano, Mar Suthers, Tom Van Dixhorn, Gustavo Ramierez, Bert Zipperer. BACK ROW: M Schroeder, Terry Peterson. Ioe Ballmer, Larry Hedrich. The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Student Senate serves as a governing body for the student body. The Senate formu- lates, evaluates, and recommends policies which concern student activities, conduct, and representation on various university committees and boards. The Senate's main projects this year were a review of proposed Disciplinary Guide- lines, a major voter registration project, a student understanding of faculty collec- tive bargaining, and major policy changes in classroom procedures. Hopefully, these and other Senate activities develop a stu- denths academic, social, and political life here at UW-Platteville. SECRETARIES. BOTTOM LEFT: Amy Schaver. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mary Pat Mott- ley. Special Interest 1 I 5 KNEELING: John White. SIT- TING: Kay Pollard, Loraine Haase. STANDING: Gary David, Shelia Kirschbaum. 'I 16 Special Interes' Student Activities Boar FRONT ROW: Tom Va Dixhorn, Richard Falt A 2nd ROW: Deb Putna Kay Pollard, Iaki Farrie BACK ROW: Steve Ange Fred R. Soward, Willia Faltz, David Zierath. FRONT ROW: Jayne Stanton. Linda Simison. Fred Soward, Barry Nelson, Iudith Keyes, Connie Hammontree. BACK ROW: Richard Berghammer, Lynn Lee, Thomas Hickey. FRONTROW.-Vicky Ottih, Karen Mayer, Vicki Iensen, Loretta McKinney. BACK ROW:IakiFarrier,Shei1a Kirschbaum, Bernadette Bandi, Gary Heyn, Charles Skewis, Arthur Thompson, Kay Pollard. Sue Schauff. Special Interest 1 17 FRONT ROW: Nancy Spoerre, Leary McCarthy, Mark Iacoby. Iim Connors, Vicki Udelhoven. BACK ROW: Iim Greiner, Duane Borgen, Mary Ann McCarthy. Keith Trow, Kay Pollard, John C. Fenske. I 18 Special Interest h ' V w ":1 Jaegztzozozzzc: mwm FRONT ROW: Ian Buell, Kay Pollard, Ann Hilfiker. 2nd ROW: Steve Leick, Winston Nunes, Dan Wetherell, Mike Kopf. Terry Tew. Ieff Phil- lips. Scott Pennington, Dave Lemke. Paul Mason. FRONTROW: Kay Pollard, Deb Putnam, Melinda Myhre, Corinne Mills, Karen Dean, Dianne Mueller. BACK ROW: Monica Komoroski, Ronald Hagen, Jerry Hazen. Iohn Eversoll, Steven Rozanske, Rodney Bender, Dennis Schmidt, Kelly Collins, Rob- ert Young, Tom Johnson. . . , gt. :QM : gnunmw : 33$":a::3:estuimfixllii:x ,f mum Muumnllhgh "humum mmmgm" a n 1,,1ullmwnumw". u um"::m::::o:::, - Hummus: L r: Imitmumnm. "mumnnnw ...'!!'m:::m:' " tJHHU' FRONT ROW: Linda Krugjo- hann, Rudy Ritger, Jeanine McNett. BACK ROW: Iim Frey, Dan Hartung, Dave Cat- tanach, Richard Faltz. Special Interest I I9 1 20 Special Interest University Chiropractic Club RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Dennis A. Bulgrin. Louanna Gallen- berg, Keith Kermeen, Craig Buchanan. BACK ROW: Ierry Strohm. Donald D. Woodruff. Paul Guler, Dr. R. McWilliams. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Kim Berard. Dale Mitchell. 2nd ROW: Alice Jensen. 3rd ROW: Rob Riordan. Karl Schipper, Iim Greiner, Pete Pfankuch. Paul Hying, Tom Voigts. Tom Hake. I yr. ' Mt5 2' 5' 37 "rng V 'Sd'Iil Television Services - Engineer Veterans Club FRONT ROW: Tony Lessard, Chuck Iacobucci. Iohn Catterall, Stan Welton, Randy Minder, Ralph Blumer, Loren Pfaff, Ted Atkinson. Joe Barnier. 2nd ROW: Leo Spellman, Alex Olson, Larry Taft, Iohn Barth, Ed Dorff, Rich Gericke, Dave Lange, Gene Deg- ner, Tyson Schmitz. Iohn Christiansen, Frank Mohr, Dale Kruel, Pat Manuel. 3rd ROW: Iim Peek, Dwight Siewert. Rodger Mag- nette, Ierry Leahy. Joe Foss, Denny Thalacker, Byron Suster, Chuck Pomazal. Rob Robichaud, Dave Matthews, Ron Axelsen, Bob Wilson, Dick Whitish, Dave Smith. 4111 ROW: Don Tatge, Ed Updike. Rich Divall, Roy Marxs, Ieff Manning, Herman Green, Doc Dahl. Ray Spellman, Darryl Miller. Iim Iohmson, Ted Short, Ion Martens, Iim Iacobsen, Art Osier, Ion Van Alstine, Curt Wag- ner, Bud Gerlach, Bill Lease, Charlie Dobson. BACK ROW: Chris Croker, Dick Lofthouse, Scott Cahak, Don Woodruff. Special Interest 121 Ski Bummers TOP: FRONTROW: Ken Eckhart, Mark Benedict, Steve Collette. 2nd ROW: Steve Polodna, Ann Hilfiker, Tom Deery, Cindy Iorgensen. 3rd ROW: Iim Iacobsen, Diane Iohnson, Bob Gerth, Beth Howell, Sean Shannon, Carol Reed. Ray Smith. BACKROW: Paul Mason, Paul Jensen. Ian Buell. Rod Ben- der, Don Germanson. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Dennis Sku- rulsky, Peggy Daffner, Mike Mortensen, Eileen Smith. 2nd ROW: Doug Holm- berg, Bob Cooper, Don Albinger. Keith Vanderboogaard. Ieff Lane, Dave Hunt, 108 Stuber. 3rd ROW: Ken Fries, Greg Pederson, Kathy Mountin, Pam Casper- son, Larry Larson, Denny Olsen, George Pruchnofski, Lynn Norgord, Ann Hil- fiker, Larry Mountin. BACK ROW: Dean Sankey, Bill Smith, Larry Buetzer, Lamont Liefke, Mike Roth. Tom Lewis. Iohn Decker, Andy Collar. I 22 Special Interest M'MSER Purple Herma lpha Lambda Delta OP: FRONT ROW: Rosemary Neuenschwan- r, Carol Friar. Gail Nelson, Deb Booth. 2nd 0W: Karen Iones, Kerry Mueller, Kay -Muth, Sharon Starrett, Rondi Bautch, Iean chards. Sue Iohnson, Monica Herbers, Mary Hennessy. 3rd ROW: Karen McKeon. Kathy andler, Cathy Kieler, Bev Kowalski, Mela- e Bartels, Mary Ann Iohanning, Margaret Laverty, Faith Rudnitski, Carol VanAlstine, Patti Wunderlin, Cathy Loken, Diane Booth. Kordillia Iohnson. BACK ROW: Pearl Rais- beck, Iudith Keyes, Becky Hartnett, Kem Anderson. Lynne Walther, Candy Bolton, Mary Strahota, Sandy Fritsch, Connie Iohn- sen, Sandy Peacock, Sally Williams, Ieanine McNett, Leslie Sirkorski, Pam Heibel. Zeta BOTTOM: FRONT ROW': Iohn Hulbert, Fred Petersburg, Mary Ann Iohanning. Keith Trow, Dave Langer, Dale Stenjem. BACK ROW: Iohn Cottingham, Dan Wetherell. Paul Ziemer, Ted Bay, Philip Blum, Harold Folbrecht, Dennis Mezera, Pat Friar, Bob Gatvens, Ronald Her- zog, Kenneth Kilian. Honorary 123 FRONT ROW: Nancy Paynter, Patti Wunderlin, Barbara Greene, Ian Dreier, Becky Rozek. Louise Engel. Rita Witek, Hulda Widstrand. BACK ROW: Mike Dougherty, Paul Witmer, Fred Reck- ner, Bill Gobeli. Bill Wub- ben, Bob Baker. Keith Kahler, Harvey Larsen. Don Gonnerman. Beta Gamma Rho College Scholars FRONT ROW: Bonnie Newmann, Bheru Sukhwal. Jayne Stanton, Rae Fritch. 2nd ROW: Dan Kaul, Kim Tresner, Patrick Oman, Cindy Iorgensen, Terri Miller, Sandy Peacock, Denise Dolgner, Gail Bach, Kathy Dyar, Dawn Eilers. 3rd ROW: Stan Moore, Barbara Parson, Peg O Nei1, Art Thompson, Brenda Hirst. BACKROW:A1ana Skoyen, Linda Riegel, Pamela Tuckwood, Ienean Krahn, Elaine Kroes, Christina Kranz. 1 24 Honorary '21:; I; 134; 1:. fez; psilon Pi Tau 'ONTROW: Dennis Olsen, Leonard Witt, ane Iackman, Bill Bumgardner, Grant Oestr- h, Eugene Benson. 2nd ROW: Jack Kirby, Ste- en Polodna, Francis Kuzma, Greg Greenhalgh, Mark Howery. BACKROW: Ronald Axelsen, Robert Baker, Dennis Stogin. August Bruehlman. David Trine, Donald Albinger. Omicron Delta Epsilon FRONTROW:Jean Ehnert, Marilyn Whalen, Donna Swift, Connie Iohnsen, Kahtan AI Yasiri, Rita Witek, Edie Wel- ler. Louise Engel, Vickie Ottih. BACK ROW: Dave Daugherty, Chuck Odor- izzi, John Adam, Ioshue F. Robinson, Bill Gobeli, Bradley J. Gleason, Robert I. Berket, Iohn Bustle, Iohn Simonson. Honora ry 125 Phi Eta TOP: FRONT ROW: Richard Slama, Dick Price, Carl Liegel, Martin Bentson, Al Tunak. Tom Mekelburg. 2nd ROW: Cathy Sebastian, Terri Miller. Cathy Marx, Mary Robinson, Dawn Eilers. Gloria Shedivy, Carol Friar. BACK ROW: Gary Schwetz, Thomas Daniel, Alan Gerth, Elaine Kroes. lean Ehner. Kevin Wienkers. xxxxx x mm mm mm MN MW HHH Mn; MU "HI Will WI a BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Ioe Renn. Rand Genthe, Iim Meverden, Brian Fakler, Larry Ree Kevin Brice. 2nd ROW: Bev Kowalski, Melani Bartels. Theresa Mottley. Diane Umhoefer. Ia Quade, Monica Moravec, Rondi Bautch. BAC ROW: Bob Levendoske, Chris Ebert. Chuck Odo izzi. Karen Roth, Ianet Vanderveen, Theron Pri dle. Exponent FRONTROW: Pete Buchanan, Mike Krueske, Paul Keep. Iulie Connor, Lynn DeVoe. Gary Gibson. Brian Buchberger, Dave Van Natta, Dave Faherty, Tom Thrun. BACK ROW: Curt Johnson, Tim Peterson, Pete Wallace, Peggy O'Neil, Iim Schilke. Mary Hoesly, Tim McNurlen, P. I. Rockwell III. Media I27 PIONEER Yearbook TOP: FRONT ROW: DarLyne Schneider. Tom Schuessler. Nancy Peters. Gloria Shedivy, Cathy Marx, Den Olsen. 2nd ROW: Larry Larson. Phillip Buchanan mdvisorl Pete Man- derfield. Melanie Bartels. Karla Frost. Dave Bullis. Iane Dorman. BACK ROW: Bobbie Euler, Iohn Hoeft. Linda Yonash. Ioe Stuber. Barb Saar, Jeff Phillips. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Melanie Ban tels. Gloria Shedivy, Cathy Marx. 2nd ROW: Bobbie Euler. Linda Yonash. Phillip Buchanan. Nancy Peters, Dave Bullis, Karla Frost. lane Dorman. 3rd ROW: Wayne Leef. Ioe Stuber, Dar- Lyne Schneider. BACK ROW: Ieff Phil- lips, Larry Larson, Den Olsen. NOT PICTURED: Donna Grothe, Bev Iohn- ston. Ray Maki. . r, . . 555 gm;- 7 ' '39. ;:1 .; V yH. .'."':3,..'; , +;""$:.; '1 : Iii - r? i: ; :9 'w : L rt;fl$l wry'hwxqz W '5 Wm . :7! WV." , ago $4?me- ' ; meqn FRONT ROW: Ken Fries, Charles Pomazal. Mike e0 e Manthey. Taryn Nall, Keith Corso. BACKROW: Knapik. Kathy Kern, Steve Iohnson, Al Tidball, Iohn Ash- burn, Brad Nelson, Steven Rozanske. Doug Rick. Pat UW-P Channel 5 FRONT ROW: Pat Hitt, DarLyne Schneider, Sharon Starrett, Iulie Day, Bob Rosinsky, Pete Pfankuch. Grant Richards, Mark Leibelt. 2nd ROW: Bill Broughton, Gary Gibson, Skip Schulz, Ellen Schmitz, Don Blohowiak, Kerry Dunn, Deb Loeffel- holz, Craig Linde. BACKROW: Charlie Hein, Bruce Bryant, Mark Gross, Kim Ber- ard, Bill Rector, Linda Dorsey, Carl Gor- chels, Ethel Ford, Dave Westermann. Inter-Greek Community Counci FRONT ROW: Dave Flanagan. Ianet West. Iane Weigel. Claudia Wantoch. 2nd ROW: Mark Katzer, Iudy Becker. Susan Palzkill, Roger Larson. Kim Vis- selmann. 3rd ROW: Barbie Mack, Susie Shinko, Pat Murphy. Mary Eggers. Ali Buchanan. Willette Fitzsimons. Iim Fass- bender. BACKROW: Dave Leix, Iohn Geiss- buhler. Randy Finkel- meyer. Pete Mander- field. Darryl Reetz. Paul Bolli, Kim Chris- ten. Ioe McDonald. Michael Zenk. WSUP-FM FRONT ROW: Karen Roth. Bob Rosin- sky. Tom Weeden. Skip Schulz. Kerry Dunn, Tom Albertin. Dave Tindell. 2nd ROW: John S. Fuchsberger, Dave West- ermann. Kevin Temperly, DarLyne Schneider. Tom Voigts. Colleen Curley. Dave White. 3rd ROW: Cary Schmitz. Alice Iensen. Bob Carnes, Kevin Peck- ham. Bruce A. Kruse. Steve Knutson. Tom Schuessler. 4th ROW: Steve Miller, Curt Johnson. Bruce Bryant. Dan Knapp, Mary Shields. Karl Schipper. Terry Weygant. BACK ROW: Charlie Yeager. Deb Loeffelholz, Kerry Maki. Rick Bakkum. 130 Medial Greek h g Delta Gamma Phi elta Gamma Phi is mainly a social rority which participates in many mpus activities such as Homecom- g and Sno Din. They placed second ur the overall Greek homecoming trophy last fall. The Greek women's grade point plaque was won by the sisters of Delta Gamma Phi last spring. Delta Gamma Phi celebrated their 10th anniversary this past year. FRONT ROW: Sue Palzkill, Deb Nevil, Iackie Franzen, Cheryl Bystol, Judy Bocher. 2nd ROW: Debby Rice, Katie Apps, Darla Mellor, Cheryl Stuckey. BACK ROW: Claudia Wan- toch, Sue Gratz. 13! i 9133th g $539 3a 9 Kappa Alpha Sigma KAE Kappa Alpha Sigma is a social-service sorority whose sisterhood is based on the virtues of the seven ladies of Karias, which include love, hope, charity, hon- esty, loyalty, obedience and self-help. Their main goals are to improve rela- tions between the faculty and students and to provide extra-curricular activi- ties for university women. Among their yearly activities is the Easter Seals Fund Drive. Along with Sigma Tau Gamma, they sponsor a week of activi- ties to raise money for the handicapped at Camp Wabeek in northern Wiscon- sm. Lisa Arenas Naomi Betoncourt Kay Buss Gayle Creighton Amy Davey Rita Digman Linda Gay Shirley Gay Colleen Hermsen Karen Hermsen Amy Hesseling Connie Hillery Cindy Hillmer Shelby Humberg Karen Ienson Char Jones Sara Kiefer Rita Krusiec Cindy Kuhls Maria Lorbiecki Barbie Mack Nancy Manderle Karen Marcoe Ian Maurer Mary Pat Mottley Linda Osterndorff Patti Picha Iulie Prestegaard Lalia Rach Nancy Roberts Susie Shinko Eathy Smith ally Steiner Janet Tonn Donna Von Ruedon Gail Olson - Advisor I33 I 34 Greek Gamma Phi Beta Sorority is unique by the fact that it is the only Interna- tional Service Social Sorority on this campus. Gamma Phi Beta's primary philanthropy is the sponsoring of two camps for underprivileged and handicapped children. "A friend is someone who loves you with all your freedom intact but who by what she thinks of you, obliges you to be fully what you are." U. Liheureuxi This is the way of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. Gamma Phi Beta T g3 FRONT ROW: Nancy Weigt, Tom Ali Buchanan, Tim Eberle, Don Wagner, I West. 2nd ROW: Heidi Niffenegger. Dia Beckerleg, Marnie Iones. Iudy Gallagher, nie Hammontree, Marty Benson. BACK R0 Mary LaPlante, Kathy Hymes, Stan W Wendy Walter, Iohn Hulbert, Bridget Rita Witek, Lorrie DeByle, Tim Becker. I Bangston, Denny Thalacker. Zeta Tau Omega ZT Zeta Tau Omega is the youngest sorority on the UW-Platteville campus. It was founded on February 13, 1968 and is based on both service and social ideals. Among the many service projects it participates in are: UNICEF, visiting nursing homes, Christmas caroling, Cans for Christmas, United Way Drive and many more. Socially it likes to help the individual cope with life, both here on campus and in the future. TOP: FRONT ROW: Mary Eggers. 2nd ROW: Renee Tew, Deb Eddy, Cindy Reynolds, Marjean Thies, Nancy Paynter. Willette Fitzsimons. BACK ROW: Christy Anderson, Cindy Griswold, Becky Schulte, Kathy Wehinger. Patti Wunderlin, Lynn Dobson, Christine Stogin. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Iane Mueller, Georgia Marshall, lane Weigel. Iudy Von Rueden, Ionell Whitley. lean Kahlenberg. BACK ROW: Ruth Nevins, Suzanne Wheeler. Ian Dreier, Juliet Reynolds, Mary Tock. Greek 135 IK e e r G 6 3 Alpha Gamma Rho ATP The Purpose of Alpha Gamma Rho. ttTo make better men, and through them a broader and better agricul- ture by surrounding our members with influences tending to encourage individual endeavor, resourcefulness, and aggressive effort along lines making for the development of better mental, social, moral, and physi- cal qualities; to promote a wider acquaintance and a broader outlook on the part of agricultural men through fellowship in a national organi- zation that stands for the best social, mental, and moral developmentft TOP LEFT: FRONT ROW: Mark Mueller, Lee Ierrett, Pat Kelly, John Marotz. Dennis Schmidt. Steve Fiedler. 2nd ROW: Dan Wetherell, Iohn Hulbert, Iack Ellickson. Gary Housner, Joe Iarvis, Wayne Zentner, Randy Lenz, Iohn White. 3rd ROW: Dan Dreis, Roger Dahl, Dale Mondloch, Tom Ferguson, Iohn Wolter. BOTTOM LEFT: FRONT ROW: Shirley Gay. Mrs. Helen "Mom" Johnson, Renee Tew. 2nd ROW: Nancy Roberts, Sue Palzkill, Ianet Tonn, Kay Buss, Ianet Murray. Jane Mueller, Cindy Griswold. BOTTOM RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Gary Ruegsegger, Kim Viesselmann, Ken Moore, Pat Crombie. 2nd ROW: Duane Sherven, Ken Smith, Mark Yanke, Steve Towns, Al Johnson, Tim Eberle. 3rd ROW: Chuck Rasmussen, Tim Becker, Jim Kruger, Gary Klug, Dale Pertz- born. Bill Sarbacker. I'. u g u a I. m- oww nu xn' 151 I I In! 137 h I :3... m Alpha Phi Omega 1 Service is the word in Alpha Phi Omega. When you United Fund drive on campus, hospital run, ushering fOI become a brother of Alpha Phi Omega, you pledge your- the university, and Merit Badge Pow Wow for the Boy self to helping others. They are involved in such things as Scouts. They also find time for social activities such as visiting the old folksh home, UCans for Christmas," the parties and participation in Homecoming and Sno-Din. CCKIm 3725-13th L; x I Abhawwy a .9 g a Page 138: TOP: Meyer Raylor, Wayne Loy, Phil Buchanan. BOTTOM: FRONTROW: Sue Iorenby, Patti Picha, Diane Beckerleg, Rita Digman, Monica Herbers. BACK ROW: Patti Wun- derlin. Deb Wegener. Colleen Hermsen, Susie Shinko, Iudy Tracy, Christine Stogin. Mary Eggers. Sue Johnson. Becky Schulte. Page 139: TOP: FRONT ROW: Dennis Sto- gin, Randy Belstra. Ross Martin. Mark Lemmer. Warren DeWitt. Kerry Harty. BACKROW: Pete Duncan. Steve Lund. Doug Pfaff, Scott Fromader. Iim Coonen. Mark Eklund, Dave Shanks, Craig Casey. Glen Spaulding, Mark Anderson, Bill Gonwa. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW:Phi1Ethridge, Mark Buelke. Phil Bice, Dave Ritchie, Pat Murphy. Iim Conners. BACK ROW: Marty Bentson, Kim Christen, Iohn Bestul. Mark Lindsay. Iim Greiner, Lee Binkley, Doug Foster. Rick Hagen. Ieff Ingebritsen. 140 Greek Delta Sigma Phi ASE FRONT ROW: E. D., Ron Burch, Steve Brunkow, Scott Kreiser, Iohn Itt- ner. Joe Gruenwald, Dave Devlin. 2nd ROW: Mike Kasten, R. Gary Sut- ter, lack Olson. Iim Meverden, Terry Peterson. Rod Duffer, Gary Schwetz, Iohn Geissbuhler. 3rd ROW: George Marlette, Iim Syse, Ioe Boll. BACK ROW: Dave Leix, Richard Gehin, Brad Kuplic, Greg Cool, Jerry Ballmer, Bill Cunningham, Kevin Schroeder. Mg: 3:; w? 'ONT ROW: Richard Roelli, Brian Fakler, n Roecker, Larry Beer. Iohn Davey. 2nd 9W: Dave Daugherty, Darrell F ischer, Kent :eiff. Iohn Hirsbrunner. 3rd ROW: Stan -igel, Mark Middagh, Brad Guthrie, Mark .wery, Kurt Markham. 4th ROW: Mike dy, Rod Goodweiler. BACK ROW: James eger. Mark Miller, Kevin Curley, Norman tterson, Alan Katz, Ioe Ballmer. Iim Ryan, ke Widen. The Epsilon Delta Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi became the first National Fraternity in Platteville when its charter was granted in 1966. Since then this fraternity has been primar- ily concerned with the social aspects of fraternal life. They are also inter- ested in service to others as their fund drive for Wisconsin Badger camp and their United Fund and Bloodmobile contributions have demonstrated. Campus involvement is also seen in their close association with Student Senate and their partic- ipation in numerous school activi- ties. Greek I41 Rondi Bautch, Kathy Lynd, Cindy Iorgensen. g i E p H E $ 142 Greek $2 Phi Sigma Phi Sigma is an organization of individual brothers who gear themselves toward a common goal: development of the individ- ual in an atmosphere of concerted group action. For anyone to become a member of Phi Sigma, he must show that he can bear the responsibility he owes to his fellow brothers, and at the same time, take ade- quate care of himself in all respects. TOP: FRONT ROW: Liz Massey. Scott Baumgartner, Mary Barger. BACK ROW: Jeff Heller, Rick Amund- son. Roger Larson, Gary Borkowski, Charles Cord- mg. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Randy Reed, Larry Ieglum, Enno Knief,10hn Lubick. 2nd ROW: Bob Benes, Greg Eisberner. Jerry Schenk, Craig Gavran, Ieff Van Dix- horn, Greg Roberts, Thomas Sampson. BACK ROW: Al Giese, Paul Hoch, Stanley Leedle, Dave Eversoll, Dave Heckel, Ed Whealon, John Watkinson, Brad Smith. Thomas Smedema, Mike Zenk, Iim Bosch, Steve Anancker, Mike Mair, Tim Falkofske. 144 Greek Lambda Sigma Pi A811 The LSP's, as they are gener- ally referred to, are well known for their togetherness and unfailing brotherhood. They are of various back- grounds and personal inter- ests; however, they are all devoted to the strengthening of the eternal brotherhood that they have developed and now cherish so greatly. TOP: FRONT ROW: Bill Lenz, Dave Kitkowski. Gary Pedley, Bill VanderVelden. Dave Alexander, Everett Peterson. Mike Shaw. Dennis Simms, Rick Campbell. BACKROVV: Donn Hanson, Larry Rocole, Bill Kolarik, Elesio Saldivar, Bob Sirota, Tyson Schmitz, Randy Berner. Dale Kruel. Iohn Decker. Dan Burchik, Kurt Gundlach, Tom t Evans. BOTTOM: FRONTROW: Rick Tiedeman, P Modaff. Lauree Pericak, Ian Frey. Don Albing Tim Powers. BACK ROW: Bob Mraz. Pat Lyn- Robert Velzy. Bob Dekeyser. Jerry Ring. 01 i 2 111 Ulruumm 5. a pa $7 mine "HM Imam .JIMH IIW n.4w wgo . Sigma Pi is a national fraternity that puts emphasis on social activities as well as service projects. This year they co-sponsored benefit days for the Epilepsy Foundation. Their membership is made up of men from many different backgrounds who all have a variety of interests; but who share in one common-brotherhood. To them, brotherhood means a deep, personal relationship which stems from the sharing of college life. Friendship that is founded through fraternity life lasts a lifetime, as do the memories from it. TOP: FRONT ROW: Darryl Reetz, Harvey Larsen, Ieff Gladfelter, Dave Flanagan. 2nd ROW: Paul Bolli, Gustavo Ramirez. BACK ROW: Gary Douglas, Bill Grosshans. BOTTOM: FRONTROW: Willy Fitzsimmons. Penny Arthur, Nancy Brodt. 2nd ROW: Lynn Dobson, Nancy Paynter, Martha Rygh. BACK ROW: Pam Murack. Ioni Knudson. 146 Greek Sigma Tau Gamma ETT The brothers of Gamma Xi chapter celebrated their tenth anniver- sary at homecoming with the largest turnout of alumni in their his- tory and a first place in the Greek division. They also participated in the bloodmobile drive, Sno-Din and co-sponsored the fourth annual Camp Wawbeek fund drive. In 1975, the brothers received four national awards at the Leadership Development Institute. Sigma Tau Gamma endeavors to bind men together in a fraternal brotherhood with a personal devotion to ones ideals. The Chapter provides a full schedule of social programs that afford each member an opportunity to develop poise and self-confidence as well as an opportunity to have fun. TOP RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Mike Jewell, Mike Bentz, Dennis Skurulsky. Randy Masbruch, Dan Vanden Heuvel, Brian Iobgen. Dick Marklein. Iim Vos- berg. Steve Luth. 2nd ROW: Iim Quale. Pete Manderfield, Michael Feehan, Ken Paine, Allen Coenen, Tim Eyres, Tom Hvizdak, Christ Olstad, Iay Sayles, Dan Millin. BACK ROW: David Friederick, Kalzer, Jerry Smith. Tom Maves. Randy Knnrs, Craig Amici, Brian Buchbergor, Mark Starke, Boyd Spikermzm. Chuck Smut, Chuck Schesel. Steve Cruhaugh, Bob Vosberg. BOTTOM RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Ann Stuessy, Kerry Dunn. Connie Stump, Pat Stack, Rosann Strommen. BACK ROW: Io Swangstu. Karon Ruth. Gary Feyereisen, Phil Raisbeck, Mark Melinda Mhyre. Kathy Hrovat. Brotherhood We dared to dream a dream one dreamt by all yet dreamt anew A bold dream ofprivate perfectness to come Cupping it in our hand shielding the spark from the draft it grows in glorio us form it strength ens and becomes Notyet reality, but hope. . . a bright light shining as brothers, we unite Each one a Vital flame in the eternal fire 1ife. Founded on January 10, 1899, Tau Kappa Epsilon is based on the ideal of charity, esteem, and love toward all men an especially toward their fellow fraters. The Mu Nu chapter is enhanced by involvement through various individual an group activities on campus. This includes penny sucker sales to buy Christmas gifts for hospitalized children, visits to th local nursing homes, and a yearly old folks picnic. TKE also publishes a mini-newspaper for incoming freshmen t0 1: them know about life on Campus, the various places to go off campus, and some of the added benefits of fraternity lif: Through this fine program of service to the nation and the community Tau Kappa Epsilon has become the largest soci fraternity, with 310 active chapters across the nation. Tau Kappa Epsilon TKE TOP: FRONTROW: Randy Kroll, Robert Schulz, Dave Bullis, Iessie Droullard. BACK ROW: Paul Keep, Steve Sesterhenn, Charlie Ruud, Paul Vagnini, Iim Fassbender. BOTTOM RIGHT: FRONTROW: on Iohnson, Rita Dalsing, Iill Rohde, Cyndi Asterhaus. BACK ROW: Colleen Moore, Ellen Stew- art, Karla Frost, Karen Schweitzer, Vicky Arndt. Ian Reinhart. BOTTOM LEFT: Karen Schweitzer. he Mu Beta Colony of Theta Tau was initiated on e ay 6, 1973 here at UW-Platteville. From this time, he colony has been an active and fast growing organization. On April 26, 1975, the colony gained ational status. This had been their main objective : fter having become a Colony. Theta Tau is a collec- ive gathering for all engineers, and an organization stablished to develop professional and in-the-field raining and experience. Theta Tau TOP: FRONT ROW: Ron Leja, Ralph Vosters, Iohn Boldt. Taryn Nall. Harry Iebens. 2nd ROW: Randy Govier. George Pruchnofski, Bob Draeger. Ric Kowal- ski. Ken Fries. Steve Hicks. BACK ROW: Brad Nelson. Keith Corso. Mike Man- they. Bob Tamminen, Chuck Johns, Richard Tubesing, Jeffrey Kronser. BOT- TOM: FRONT ROW: Al Hancock. Donald Tuggle, Ieff Mantes, Doug Holmberg, Ieff Schiela. 2nd ROW: Doug Rick, Iim Sarazin. Paul Dreis, Larry Hedrich, Richard Sanford. BACK ROW: Doug Grovesteen. Alan Gerth. Ron Brown. Bill Angoli, Ryan Berg. Jeff Seitz. he Mu Beta Colony of Theta Tau was initiated on 1 ay 6, 1973 here at UW-Platteville. From this time, he colony has been an active and fast growing rganization. On April 26, 1975, the colony gained ational status. This had been their main objective : fter having become a Colony. Theta Tau is a collec- ive gathering for all engineers, and an organization -stablished to develop professional and in-the-field raining and experience. Theta Tau TOP: FRONT ROW: Ron Leja. Ralph Vosters. Iohn Boldt. Taryn Nan, Harry Iebens. 2nd ROW: Randy Govier. George Pruchnofski. Bob Draeger. Ric Kowal- ski, Ken Fries, Steve Hicks. BACK ROW: Brad Nelson. Keith Corso. Mike Man- they. Bob Tamminen. Chuck Iohns. Richard Tubesing, Jeffrey Kronser. BOT- TOM: FRONT ROW: Al Hancock, Donald Tuggle. Jeff Mantes, Doug Holmberg, Ieff Schiela. 2nd ROW: Doug Rick, Iim Sarazin, Paul Dreis, Larry Hedrich. Richard Sanford. BACK ROW: Doug Grovesteen. Alan Gerth, Ron Brown. Bill Angeli, Ryan Berg. Ieff Seitz. Greek 149 I 50 Feaiures FEATURES UHANGELLUR WARREN CARRIER ff! , ' $ ,5?" $ "MW ". . . Thank God, our colleges are free to seek out the truth so long as they remain objective and neutral on moral issues. . ." David H.1anzen Features 151 by Bill Brewer In August of 1975, the University of Wisconsin e Platte- ville saw the end of one era, and the beginning of another. At that time, Dr. Warren Carrier, teacher, administrator, author and poet, assumed the position and duties of Chan- cellor from the retiring Dr. Bjarne Ullsvik, who had served UW e P for seventeen energetic and successful years. Dr. Ullsvik guided the destiny of this University for almost two decades, during which time this school experi- enced a growth of 4007:. This was accomplished through expansion of not only the enrollment, but of career offer- ings, buildings and services; through recognition as a very fine small university; and through transition from state college into an integral part of the University of Wisconsin System. Although Dr. Ullsvik will be missed as Chancel- lor, his office could not have been passed on to a more qualified or able person than Dr. Carrier. In a world changing as fast as this one is, it is a pleasure to find a man of Dr. Carrierls ability, experience, interest, and foresight, assuming the role of Chancellor at Platte- ville. Dr. Carrier has held virtually every position of importance in the academic area, from faculty member to chancellor. This rounded background affords him a uni- que insight into all levels of university life. Before coming to Platteville, Dr. Carrier served as a fac- ulty member at the University of Iowa, Bard College, Ben- nington College, Sweet Briar College, Deep Springs Col- lege, Portland State University, and the University of Mon- tana. F rom this background of experience, Dr. Carrier moved into the administrative aspect of university life. He has held the positions of Associate Dean of Livingston College, acting chairman of the Comparative Literature Depart- ment at Rutgers University, and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of California e San Diego. His most recent position before assuming the posi- tion of Chancellor at Platteville, was Vice-President of Academic Affairs at the University of Bridgeport in Con- necticut. He held this position from 1973, until July of 1975. In addition to the many positions he has held over the years as both teacher and administrator, Dr. Carrier has shown great talents as both a writer and poet. His second published novel, DAY OF THE DAMNED, a suspense novel, was nominated for an Edgar Allen Poe Award by the Mystery Writers of America. He has published a great deal of poetry in such auspicious magazines as the ilKen- yon Review", liThe Virginia Quarterly,', and iiThe North- west Reviewfl Many of-these poems have been collected in several volumes; one collection, TOWARD MONTE- BELLO, was nominated for the Lamont Award. 1 52 Features Welcome Dr. Carrier In addition, he received an award from the Nation Foundation of the Arts for his poem HThe Image Waits Dr. Carrier is listed in "Who's Who in America", t ttDirectory of American Scholars", and wWriteris 3 Authors Who's Who" for his achievements. A member of Phi Beta Kappa at the University a Miami, Dr. Carrier graduated from that university wi honors in 1942. He received his Master's Degree from Ha vard in 1949, while being employed as an instructor . Spanish at Boston University. He received his Ph.D. Comparative Literature from Occidental College in 1962. Dr. Carrier has one son, Gregory, by his first wife who now deceased. Greg is presently at the University of Ca fornia e San Diego, doing graduate work on his Ph.D. English Literature. His second wife, Judy, and Dr. Carri are now residing at Rountree Mansion in Platteville. After one semester of settling into the office and duties f Chancellor, Dr. Carrier began teaching an English ourse in Creative Writing; a course for which he is espe- ially suited. With his wide range of experience from the allest private colleges to the largest state universities, r. Carrier has proven to be an excellent choice as Chan- -llor. Open to students, faculty, and the administration, e is providing Platteville with the type of leadership it eeds as the University moves into the second half of the eventies and on into the Eighties. Welcome, Dr. Carrier! Placement Office Helps Student One iiunique" feature on the Uni- versity of Wisconsin - Platteville campus is the non-teacher Place- ment Office. Richard North, director of the non- teacher Placement Office, explained that UW - Platteville is one of two universities in the nation that has a non-teacher Placement Office .in conjunction with a state job service. The office, in its eleventh year, is a cooperative venture between the Wisconsin Job Service and the Uni- versity. Approximately 8695 of the non- education graduates were employed as of Sept. 1. Figures compiled by Oct. 24 showed that the employment figure had risen to 9070. According to the 1974 Career and Planning Placement Services report, approximately 907: of the 1974 grad- uates were employed by Sept. 1 of the same year. The reason for the four per cent drop in 1975 was the downward slope of the economy, explained North. I 54 Features In determining the placement per- centages, all students not graduating with an education degree are consid- ered. In the 1975 report, all Decem- ber 1974 and May and August 1975 non-education graduates are coun- ted. According to North, about 70-80 per cent of the students utilize the non-teacher Placement Office. The College of Engineering pos- sessed the highest placement per- centage at 98.6 employment. Agricul- ture graduates finding employment had a 95.605 success rate. A total of 907: of the graduates in industry were employed by Sept. 1. Business and economics graduates had about an 8505 employment rate and arts and sciences had a figure of about 767:. The Placement Office has two basic tasks. First, the office is there to assist seniors in preparation for interviews and schedules including counseling and helping with resume forms. The second major task is for the office to make arrangements for W byLynn DeVo companies to visit the campus. The office upholds a "no-showi policy. In this case, if a student fail to appear for an interview, he wil not be allowed to take any othe interviews until meeting with th placement director. Three reason are stated: it may have deprive another student of an interview; it i a reflection on other students; an employers spend time and money t interview students and in ufairnes to them, appointments must b kept." Students graduating with major in accounting, geography, industria technology, medical technology radio and TV broadcasting an speech incurred few problems secur ing positions. The report als showed that salaries secured b graduates were near or above th national average. As of Ian. 1, 1976, it is required b law that the placement bureau pro vide information on beginning sala ries to perspective students. Th ffice published the beginning onthly salaries for the 1974-75 raduates, with 352, of those mployed volunteering information. There are two basic reasons for the sting of "information not ailable:" either no one graduated the field or two or less graduated nd salaries will not be published ecause one could easily determine hich graduate is earning which I ount. MONTHLY BEGINNING SALARIES OF 1974-5 GRADUATES BY COLLEGE AND MAJOR WITHIN COLLEGEt Low AGRICULTURE. .................................. $710 Agribusiness ..................................... 792 Ag. Economics ................................... 833 Ag. Mechanization ............................... 800 Animal Science .................................. 800 Soil and Crop Science ............................. 710 Technical Agriculture ............................. 710 ARTS AND SCIENCES ............................ $585 Art ............................................. INA Biology ......................................... INA Chemistry ....................................... 806 Criminal Justice .................................. 650 English .......................................... 750 French ......................................... INA Geography ...................................... 600 History .......................................... 705 Math ............................................ 750 Medical Technology .............................. 833 Philosophy ..................................... INA Political Science ................................. INA Psychology ...................................... 667 Radio and TV .................................... 585 Sociology ........................................ 656 Speech ......................................... INA Zoology ........................................ INA BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS ..................... $585 Accounting ...................................... 585 Business Administration .......................... 833 Business Admin. and Econ ......................... 700 Economics ...................................... 765 ENGINEERING ................................... $833 Civil Engineering ................................. 833 Industrial Engineering ........................... 1000 Mining Engineering .............................. 1175 INDUSTRY ....................................... $580 Industrial Technology ............................ 580 Lt. Building Const ................................. 800 Safety ........................................... 750 Technical Communications ....................... INA UNIVERSITY TOTAL ............................. $580 wTable based on salary information provided by approximately 35 percent of graduating students of UW - Platteville. INA : Information Not Available High $1000 1000 875 917 835 833 950 $1167 INA INA 925 834 1167 INA 820 940 1000 850 HVA INA 1167 667 800 INA INA $1105 1105 975 940 833 $1280 1225 1050 1280 $1100 1100 975 INA $1280 Average $838 894 865 859 826 748 792 $793 INA INA 866 769 950 INA 740 815 875 840 INA INA 898 634 727 INA INA $871 883 903 824 799 $1062 1032 1025 1235 $911 924 865 863 INA $897 V Features Engineering - Not for Men Onl by Julie Connor The field of engineering offers a great number of job opportunities, and if the upward enrollment trends continue, women will be filling more and more of those openings. The number of women enrolled in engineering at the University of Wisconsin - Platteville, for example, has steadily increased during the past several years. In 1972-1973 there were an estimated 10 women enrolled; this year there are 33. Edward Busby, Dean of the College of Engineering at UW - Platteville, said he thinks the increase is because lithatis where the jobs are and women are con- cerned about getting jobs, as they should be." The first female engineer to graduate from the UW a Platteville was Barbara Huner, now the traffic engineer for Greeley, CO. She grad- uated in 1971, and since then two other women have received engineering degrees from UW - Platteville. All three majored in civil engineering, which seems to be the most popular area for the women now enrolled. Of the 33 women at UW - P, there are twelve in civil engineering, five each in mining and industrial, three in mechanical, two in agricultural engineering, and five in pre-architec- ture. There are 22 freshmen, five sophomores, three jun- iors and three seniors. The lower number of upperclass- men can be attributed to two major reasons - the curricu- lum is a demanding one, normally taking four and one- half years to complete, and each year more women are looking towards engineering careers. Women in engineering find both advantages and disad- vantages. Some find the going tough in their college courses. Engineering is still a male-dominated field and a woman engineer may be the only female in a class. Most entering students are warned that engineering is a demanding subject and requires hard work. But studies have shown that men and women of equal ability do equally well in engineering a women donit have to study harder just because theylre women. Another disadvantage for the women engineers at Platteville is that they dont have a tiplace to band togetherll or the facilities like the men do in Morrow Hall. Despite some disadvantages, there are many advantages for the woman in engineering. Women entering the job field find that being a woman helps get them a job. Because they are in such demand, the starting salaries for women tend to be just slightly higher than men's. Aside from the advantage of the so-called "minority status" of women, the demand for engineers will increase faster than supply, so woman or no, engineers will find jobs. All engi- neers find, too, that there are broader job opportunities in engineering, and that they have more variety in work 156 Features assignments than do persons in other fields. There are v' tually no engineering fields into which women have 11 entered. The women engineers at Platteville are getting involv. in the engineering groups on campus as well as formi their own. Women belong to the American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers tAIMEl, the Arne can Society of Civil Engineers tASCEl, the Industri. Mechanical Engineering Society and the American 80 ety of Agricultural Engineers. Since the fall of 1975, so ' of the women have been organizing the Association Women Engineers with plans to become charter membe of the national Society of Women Engineers iSWEl by t end of April. About half of the 33 women engineers I campus have shown an interest in this organizatio Nationwide, SWE has more than 1100 members, includil Sandy Levey, a University of Illinois graduate and a pr fessional engineer. Sandy helped to organize the 10. chapter and served as the SWE counselor. Her husba m, teaches engineering at Platteville and served as advi- cr. Sandy said the national SWE tries to interest high hool students in engineering, and helps college students hile they are in school and after they begin careers in ngineering. While engineering as a career is gaining popularity with omen, women engineers really are nothing new. Dr. Lil- an Moller Gilbreth tthe mother in Cheaper by the Dozeni . often referred to as tithe first lady of engineering." She orked with her husband in time and motion studies and showed companies how to improve industrial efficiency by budgeting time, energy and money. She began her work in the early 20th century and was president of Gilbreth, Inc., an engineering consulting company, a university pro- fessor, a lecturer, and a management and training consult- ant to many companies. She died in 1972 at age 93. New or not, as the number of women engineers increases, engineering will become less and less iia man,s field." Features I57 This feature story was prepared by the stu- dents in Dean Ionesi Class, Editorial and Fea- ture Writing i352l: Janine Beck. Donna Gibbs, Vickie Heiar, Dennis Lytle. Ion Martens, Joan McCauley, William Rector III. l 58 Features The Spirit of '76 and '7 Beginning in 1975 or even earlier, the ground-swell of the Bicentennial celebration started and by 1976 the surge had risen to a great tide of effort and spirit. The University, City of Platteville and Grant County Historical Society joined talents. A highlight of the area observance will be the opening on Iuly 4 of a box sealed in 1876 at the courthouse in Lancaster, the county seat. Conflicting stories exist about its contents and where it is located, but two persons know exactly where it is. A similar box will be sealed with contents from 1976, to be opened in 2076, according to Dr. Thomas Lundeen, Grant County His- torical Society president. Concurrently with the Bicenten- nial will be the Platteville Sesquicen- tennial. There is a panorama of pro- grams: Dedication of the Mining Museum, the speaker for which will be the Director of the Bureau of Mines, tours of all the museums, including the Mining Museum, Cun- ningham Museum, Rountree Cottage and the old State Capitol near Bel- mont. The Fourth of July 1976 prom- ises to be tlsuper," with Platteville participating in the nationwide ring- ing of bells, an ecumenical church service under the auspices of the Platteville Council of Ministries, a fireworks display at night, parades and various contests. Dr. William Rector, Head of the History Department, University of Wisconsin - Platteville is chairman of the campus Bicentennial Commit- tee and City chairperson is Ms. Linda Appenzeller. The Fine Arts Festival group offered many things on-campus: the Art Department Faculty Exhibition and "Four Years in Retrospect? sen- ior art show by Steven B. Michelson, West Salem, both in the Karrmann Library; continual showing of Bicen- tennial films in the Main Audito- rium; musical programs including an American Music Concert, a High School Jazz Ensemble presentation and a Bicentennial Dinner-Pops Con- cert featuring the University-Com- munity Orchestra, under the direc- tion of Dr. Joseph Estock, Head the Music Department. UW - P started planning as ea as the summer of 1974 and the fi. event was a library conference at t Karrmann Library in March 197 This was followed by Contempora Issues: For People Who Care, usin Bicentennial theme, presenting l 1 "American Revolution: An 0v view? This same group devoted seminar observance in May 1976. During the summer of 1975 t University offered three speci workshops dealing with the Bic tennial: "Historical Geography Colonial America," "England a the American Revolution? and 6T m3 American Revolution." In September the traditional Dairy il ay held to a Bicentennial theme a nd during October the Armed orces Bicentennial exhibits and sand concerts were featured. UW a ' Homecoming carried the theme, iStar-Spangled Spirit," and the Uni- ersity Players presented the musi- al, uDamn Yankees." The Bicentennial year was inaugu- ated by the showing of the Smithso- ian travelling exhibit iiThe Black 'resence in the Era of the American ' evolution," jointly sponsored by he History Department of UW - P nd the University Bicentennial ommittee. This continued through lack History Week, which was rganized by James Bolden, senior, latteville. April 1976 was marked by a Bicen- tennial Travel Seminar t0 the National Capital. The local branch of the American Association of Univer- sity Women presented a program and the UW - P History Department sponsored a Bicentennial Workshop in the fur trade, climaxed by a canoe trip retracing the Voyagers Highway and a seminar on nThe American Revolution in the North? This was followed by a bus tour to historical scenes in Canada and the Northern United States. The 1976 Library Con- ference had a Bicentennial theme. During the summer session the University will hold a Bicentennial Workshop entitled iiBicentennial Study of 1776 a the Year of Deci- sion." The Churchwomen United has as its November 1976 theme, "Into the Third Century, Unafraid." Platteville Dairy Days promise to be the fullest regional Bicentennial celebration in the state. This may not be the end, either, according to Dr. Rector, because everyone keeps coming up with new ideas. It could be that Plattevilleis Bicentennial may extend into 1977! Dr. Rector emphasized that Platte- villeis Bicentennial celebration is being accomplished with a minimum expenditure of tax payer's dollars. The University committee has con- tinued to operate without a budget and the City committee has had very limited funds. What it has been "long" on is spirit and enthusiasm. Many men have grown beards and the Spirit of '76 echoes the drum beat and the fife of 1776. Features 159 Where Your Money Goe V ?.?Ul PWW h H ."A Kym 11 u v69 um non 3-3:" 133 XC' W M" 9m. w u 1 60 Feaiures Features I 61 Off-Campus Living Adds Varie $5.2m by Jane Dorman Rent, food, heat costs, and landlords are some of the problems facing students living off-carnpus, but to most of them, the advantages far outnumber the disadvantages. Although freshmen and sophomores lstudents with less than 60 creditsl who are not veterans, married, or living at the home of a parent, guardian or close relative are required to live in university operated Residence Halls, many students decide to move off-campus into apart- ments and houses when they become juniors and seniors. most cases than the COSt Of the dorms. Many lhomes. Why do students choose off-campus housing? Nancy Plattev1lle are avallable for sltcllitlent housmg, a ongf w1 Peters, a junior pre-med student, said she decided to move seven modern apartment bm itngs. The amount 0 re off-campus because the dorm room was just too small! vanesdependin g on what typeo apartment you get. $1 One small room had to serve as a kitchen dining room week ls the price payed for a smgle, furnlshed room W1 .. ' l ' 'i , 240amnth ets ouat bedroom, study and entertalnmg center for two people. It kitchen pr1v1legis where as $ . L .0 gC y d T was just too confining! In an apartment you have more bedroom, furnis 8d apartment 1n ex1ngton oncor ' I d - cost of a dorm room shared by two people is $580 per ye. room an more privacy. where a two bedroom, furnished apartment with livi More freedom was one Of the major reasons Doug room, kitchen and bath costs $540 each for four people Holmberg, a senior engineering student, likes off-campus . . i. year. 12:21:33: igni?::ttm 5:23:11: dhxlfalhyfofirisggtljlafdshlag: Furnished apartments include all of the furniture, t parties whenever you want to," he said. He also stated that refrigerator, stove, and usually the 00ft 0f. 11:: 81:1d wat in an apartment you donlt have to put up with a bunch of Qccupants Of these apartments must urnisl 1? es, CO people you don,t like, you,re living with people that you 1ng utens113, llnens, plus the phone and e ectncIty eos know, who you share common interests with and who you Some apartments have added extras such as am conditlo like. "They're your friendsF, mg twhich sure feels good 1n the hot temperatures Economics was another reason many moved off-cam- August ancl Septemberl, garbage 4131303813, carpeti pus. Itis cheaper! Of course the amounts of rent vary from laundry lamhtles, plus plenty 0f. cahlnet and closet spa apartment to apartment but it still proves to be cheaper in MOSt Un1versxty approved housmg ls close to campus a 'l 62 Features owntown, making it convenient for the student. Some landlords require a security deposit and signing of contract before leasing an apartment. This makes the ccupant responsible for any damages that occur to the partment during the duration of the contract. If no dam- ges occur during this time, the security deposit is funded. Along with the advantages of off-campus living, there I 6 also disadvantages. Living off-campus, a student must ecome proficient in cooking their own meals, doing the ishes, taking out the garbage, and cleaning a lot larger ea than a dorm room. Ray Smith, a senior engineering udent, stated another disadvantage as, ityou dont have e good opportunity to meet new people that you do in e dorm." Just like with everything else, where you live is what on make it. 163 Visitation - From 0 to 24 by Lynn DeVoe Platteville's "Pioneering" spirit continued with the adoption of 24-hour visitation for the dormitory students. The change went into effect on January 21, 1976. Change of the old 17-hour visitation policy was insti- gated last fall by the United Residence Hall Association tURHAl. With help from the University of Wisconsinls Residence Hall Council, a visitation requisition was sent to the Board of Regents. After review, the Board recom- mended that each state university chancellor decide whether their respective university should have the option of 24-hour visitation. UW - P Chancellor Warren Carrier stated that he was in favor of the proposal, and added that he expected the students would react in a llresponsibleh manner. Each wing then voted on the policy and passed some version of it, with the exception of one wing. A two-thirds majority was needed to pass the proposal. The policy, in short, states that liresidents may invite friends or relatives of the opposite sex to visit them in their residence hall rooms, or in designated areas, at any time." According to the Regent's policy it permits "only visitation; cohabitation and sexual behaviors illegal under Wisconsin statues are prohibited? At the time of passage only Madison and Platteville adopted the policy. Housing Director Stephen Zielke remarked that UW 4 Stout may add 24-hour visitation, but the other state universities are not expected to adopt the proposal until next fall. Zielke added that one reason I 64 Features f Visitatio UW - Platteville initiated the policy, was that the "st dents have demonstrated a responsible attitude towar! the visitation policy." He also commended Plattevillel RHC for prompt action concerning the change. One major change caused by the new visitation policy ' that all dorms are locked at 12 p.m., with no-hours ke given to residents. Previously, the all men,s dorms we left unlocked. The basic reason for the locks is to increas security. Each wing is responsible for dealing with violators o their respective escort policies. Also stressed was the poi that if one's roommate wishes to study, then she has prio ity over the room. Two of the main concerns in the planning of the 24-ho policy were privacy and security. For these reasons ea dormitory wing had the right to decide if limited hours I complete visitation would be adopted. Limited hou would constitute between 17 and 24 hours. Those students under 18 were required to have parent consent to live on a 24-hour visitation wing. Of the 25 p ents contacted, all gave permission for the new policy. Visitation has definitely come a long way consideri that in 1968, visitation consisted of 2 hours per month 0 Sunday afternoon. According to Zielke, before 1963 the was no visitation whatsoever. In 1969 the policy Chang to 10 hours per week with open house only for 2 hours u Sunday. Almost each year following had a change in vi tation: 47 hours a week in 1970, 49 hours in 1971, 94 ho t in 1972, 17 hours daily in 1973, and finally 24 hour visi tion this last year. A Change of Scenery by Jane Dorman How would you like to spend a semester in Oklahoma or Massachu- setts, meet lots of new people, travel, and earn useful college credits, all for the same cost as going to UW - Platteville for a semester? You can do all this, and more, by participat- ing in the University Exchange Pro- gram. This program is in its second year at Platteville, and it allows a one-to- one exchange of students between universities within the United States. The exchange provides students with the opportunity to experience another schoolls academic curricu- lum, governance and sociological structure without interrupting the program they are pursuing at UW - P. Five UW - Platteville students were involved in the pilot program with Westfield State College which was initiated for the spring semester of the 1974-75 school year. A student who is interested in becoming a participant in the Exchange Program must have a grade point average of at least 2.5, and must be of sophomore standing. tThis is so that they can take general requirement courses the semester theyire away and not have it inter- fere with their major requirements later onJ The applicant must write a letter of intent to the committee stat- ing why he or she wants to take part n this program, along with five rec- ommendations: two from University faculty and three from fellow stu- dents. The committee then looks over the extra-curricular involve- ment that the applicant has shown while at Platteville. This is because they want the students to become involved in some extra-curricular activities while spending the semes- ter at a new university. Then the stu- dent is interviewed by Ierry Ohm, tpictured belowl, the advisor of the program and the Exchange Commit- tee. This comlhittee consists of stu- dents who participated in the pro- gram the previous year. This year Platteville participated with two otheriguniversities in their Exchange Program: East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, and Westfield State College in Westfield, Massachusetts.tThere were three University of Wisconsin - Platte- ville students at each of those places, and three students from Westfield and two from East Central spent the semester here. How expensive is it? Students par- ticipating in this program pay tuition just as though they were going to school here in Platteville. Require- ments are that they live in the dorms and take the twenty meal plan. The only extra expense is the cost of transportation to and from the school theyire going to. While exchange students are here in Platteville, Ierry Ohm and his committee try to show them the local places of interest. They are shown dairy and hog farms, cheese facto- ries, the Capitol in Madison, Pendar- vis House in Mineral Point, and other local spots that are representa- tive of Wisconsin and its historical heritage. Some of the exchange stu- dents t'o Platteville became involved in rushing sororities since they don't have organizations like that at their home universities. Patty Wunderlin, a participant in the Exchange Program to Westfield in the spring of 1975, stated in her report to Mr. Ohm that through the exchange program she learned a lot about the New England natives, and had an opportunity to visit many places of great historical signifi- cance. She also stated that, by having spent a semester meeting new people and being in public quite often, she feels more comfortable around new acquaintances. She says it has made it easier for her to relate to other peo- ple. The reports of all five students Who spent second semester of 1975 at Westfield State College, mentioned the interesting experience of having new and different teachers for classes. Through this, they witnessed different approaches to the usual topics. Mr. Ohm stated that most of the students here at Platteville are from rural areas and their economic back- grounds do not allow them the opportunity to venture far from home. This program allows for a cul- tural development and personal growth that they might not otherwise get a chance to experience. Features 165 Catch a "Peek" of Jim by Cathy Marx E-I-E-I-E-I-O!!! Go! Go! Go! All-around cheerleader Iim Peek, has made this Plattevillels most popular and spirited cheer. Perhaps no one is more well known, or better able to arouse the spirits of UW - Platteville athletic fans than Iim. As an added attraction, Iim performs a strip tease on the stage as well as before the foot- ball crowd. Formerly from Onalaska, WI, Jim is majoring in civil engineering and will finally graduate in May. Jim has spent 61A years going to school at UW - Platte- ville. No wonder one of his favorite quotes is, "Ilve been a senior longer than most people have been in school." Iim went to school at Platteville from 1965-1967, then took time off to spend four years in the Air Force, and finally came back to Platte- ville in 1971. Jim has been President and also Social Secretary of the Veterans Club, a mem- ber of ASCE, and on homecoming committee. In addition to all of his extra activi- ties, Jim is married and has a baby boy. He wants to move to either Montana or Wyoming after his graduation in May, so Iim will not be around anymore to help lead the Platteville Pioneers to victory. When asked why he conducted the cheers at the home football games, Jim replied, uI enjoy leading the cheers and I feel that 6,000 people shouldn't be twiddling their thumbs while 22 people are killing them- selves playing football." As a further comment, Iim said, "I like to win? I 66 Features by Cathy Marx The prices of most items on the market today are considerably higher than a few years ago. The pocket calculator, however, has been a major exception to this general trend. Prices of calculators have actually fallen a remarkable amount over the past few years. Three to 1 our years ago, pocket calculators ere priced from $300 to $400 and ery few students, or teachers for hat matter, could afford the luxury f owning one. Consequently, slide ules were the main calculating tool sed by virtually everyone. Almost the reverse is true now. ince Texas Instruments started roducing pocket calculators, the rice has dropped even lower. Very ew people are now willing to spend p to $30 for a good slide rule, when or between $70 to $100 they can pur- hase a pocket calculator that can do .0 much more in less time. This inclination toward calcula- ors has greatly altered the contents if some courses at UW - Platteville. An example of this is Introduction to Engineering 111, in the Mining Engi- neering Department. When slide rules were still owned and used by most of the engineering students, approximately one half of the time in the Introduction to Engineering class was spent on mastering the use of all 23 scales on a good slide rule. Because almost all the students now own calculators, the time spent on the slide rule was cut from one half the semester to a mere two weeks. Students were simply taught the bas- ics of multiplying and dividing on an inexpensive $3 to $5 slide rule. The solution to many problems is now found easier due to expanded use of the calculator. For example, problems in surveying, especially calculating traverses and the areas of odd-shaped polygons are easier to compute with a calculator. Because more accuracy was needed than the three significant figure slide rules could produce, time consuming logarithmic and trigonometric tables C2 : a2 + b2 - ZabCosG had to be used. Now answers to these-problems can be gotten quickly and accurately to twelve decimal places with the use of a pocket calculator. The number of calculators pur- chased this year through the Society of Physics Students helps illustrate the trend towards the pocket calcula- tor. As a project, the Society pur- chased Texas Instrument calculators at cost for interested students; 49 SR- 51A's were purchased at $108.50 each, and 38 SR-50Als at $73.00 each, with the amount paid for the 87 cal- culators totaling $8,090.50. Despite the many advantages of the calculator, it is not superior to the slide rule in every respect. This was shown pictorially on the last page of the Ianuary issue of the GEODE, the engineering magazine on campus. The picture in the upper left hand corner appeared in the GEODE with the caption liThe slide rule is superior to the electronic cal- culator - for stirring paint!n Features 167 Statistics Never Lie! This is a replica of a page that appeared in the 1973 PIONEER. The graph, of unknown origin, predicts a peak in enrollment in 69 and 70. The enrollment did peak in 1969 with 5,032 students, but the prediction for 1975 was entirely wrong. Instead of an enrollment of approximately 2,500 students, UW - Platteville had an enrollment of 4,300. If the present trend con- tinues, the enrollment could go as high as 4,500 in 1976, which would again negate the graph. The pho- tograph also indicated that it was felt that the three lower end dorms would be useless after 1973. This past fall all three: Hugunin, Brockert, and Pickard, were open and nearly filled to capacity. Would anyone like to venture a guess for 1980? by Nancy Peters 7 . . it's obvious that whenever you have a business and the number of customers goes down you have to cut back. " Chancellor UIIsviCk N0 SMOKING , "' 'ElQII l, .- l 68 Features "A Little Box" "A LITTIE M" "Jar, the tale'a the thing.M Joey Windlnn. t graduate student in Educntion at Ball State Universiti- A Classroom is a little box -- and in this box we put kids -- theY wand'r and label than students and o uo-IJ d; 19' I got? oOQ u and 90a 2 we that is a little box-and in this 9' 0 box we put kids-and :9 3 label than students t . 69k E g : Q'b "' 0 u; 0 O h H '9 o :3 s: g Q1900 5 .14" g? 0; $06,? '6 m g: 5 9Q a, o. o ,., 8g 5 5009: ' 'U 5 3-H :3 6' 459 ,., a In tog q, qo 3 ma 5 00a H 'r' 0 5?: o 8 w a g a. g g c n. H c v4 H H Q 0 Ma F E 'u , ? :Ia'cn .33 N c 93 w "' 9'"; up 3 mmw b-v DO 2 .. 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OF WOMEN ENG. 4 97 1 sterhaus, Cyndi 4 148 '1kinson, Ted 4 121 1 ugusf, Jonathon 4 1 14, 193 1 ustin, Sherri 4 29 1 ustin, S1even 4 32 - ustin, Walter 4 33 1very, John H. 4 41 'very, John P. 4 98, 108 1xelsen, Ronald 4101,121,125,193 ach, Gail 4 29, 124 -ailey, Pamela 4 227 aker, Ly-Dana 4 1 19 -oker, Michael 4 40 Baker, Richard 4 25 Baker, Robert A. 4 124 Baker, Robert J. 4 125 Bakken, Suzanne 4 50 Bakkum, Ricky 4 130 Baldwin, Gail 4 51 Ballmer, Jerry 4 34 Ballmer, Joseph 4 94, 1 14, 140, 141 , 193 Bondi, Bernadette 4 24, 1 17 Bane, Sheri 4 2O Banfi, Ray 4 193 Banfield, Laura 4 102 Bangtson, Jeanne 4 30, 1 34 Baronski, James 4 27 Burger, Mary 4 48, 143 Barnes, Robert 4 29 Barnes, Thomas 4 107 Barnhill, David 4 99 Barnier, Joseph 4 99, 121, 193 Barre", Heather 4 193 Barron, Robert 4 96 Barrows, Mark 4 13 Bartell, Linda 4 47 Bartell, Steven 4 36 Barfels, Melanie 4 20, 123, 126, 128 Bartelt, Gayle 4 193 Barth, John 4 121 Barth, Keith 4 25 Barthels, Robert 4 35, 1 1 1 Barfz, Jay 4 25 Bariz, Jonathan 4 39 Barufha, James 4 193 Bass, Susan 4 193 Bauer, Carol 4 99 Boumgarfner, Gloria 4 24 Baumgartner, Sec" 4 143 Baumganner, Thomas 4 42 Bautch, Rondi 4 1 14, 123, 126 Bay, Theodore 4 95, 1 10, 123, 194 Bayafi, Arsham 4 1 10 Beadle, Mel 4 96 Beck, Janine 4 32 Beck, Paul 4 13 Becker, James 4 39 Becker, Timothy 4 49, 1 34, 1 37 Beckerleg, Diane 4 134, 138 Bedford, Dean 4 42 Beer, Larry 4 141 Behl, Steven 4 43 Behling, Gary 4 95, 194 Behnke, Deborah J. 4 18, 194 Behnke, Deborah R. 4 51 Behnke, James 4 35 Behrens, Gary 4 194 Beierle, John 4 39 Beighley, Valerie 4 108, 194 Belkin, Larry 4 15 Bels1ra, Randall 4 139 Belfrano, Frank 4 1 14, 194 Bembenek, Rober14 194 Bender, Rodney 4 31, 1 19, 122 Benedict, Mark 4 122 Benes, Robert 4 143 Benkendorf, David 4 25 Benson, David 4 35 Benfson, Martin 4 41 , 126, 134, 139 Bentz, Michael 4 146 Benfz, Steven 4 43 Berard, Kim 4 54, 120, 129, 194 Berg, Brian 4 16 Berg, Gary 4 33, 96, 97 Berg, Larry 4 95 Berg, Ryan 4 41 , 96, 149 Berghammer, Richard 4 99, 1 17, 194 Bergum, Gary 4 29 Berket, Robert 4 125 Berner, Randall 4 25, 144 Bes'ul, John 4 139 BETA GAMMA RHO 4 124 Befancourt, Naomi 4 132 Beyer, Barry 4 172, 194 Beyersdorf, Dennis 4 49 Bice, Philip4 100, 110, 139, 194 Bichler, Dean 4 1 3 Bidgood, Linda 4 194 Bierlich, Richard 4 47 Billings, Alan 4 107 Binash, James 4 15 Binkley, Lee 4 139, 194 Birkholz, David 4 15 Bishop, Barbara 4 54, 194 Bishop, David 4 34, 195 Black, Barbara 4 49 Black, Thomas 4 14 BLACK HISTORY WEEK 4 90 - 91 Blakeslee, Mark 4 32 Blaskowski, Peter440, 1 10, 1 13 Blewift, Trish 4 19 Bliss, Violet 4 51, 195 Block, Timothy 4 16 Blohowiak, Donald 4 12, 129 Bloom, Cynthia 4 22 Bloom, Deborah 4 24, 95, 195 Blum, Philip 413, 123, 195 Blumer, Ralph 4 98, 121, 195 Bocher, Judith 4 130, 131 , 195 Bodeen, Robert 4 27 Bohmunn, Karen 4 44 Bohnhoff, David 4 29 Bohnsack, Dennis 4 98 Bohnsack, Randall 4 195 Bolden, Evelyn 4 195 Boldt, Jefferey 4 96 Boldt, John 454, 149, 172, 195 Boll, Joseph 4 140 Bolli, Paul 4 130, 145 Bolton, Candance 4 123 Bolton, Marjorie 4 48 Bolton, Michael 4 195 Bonde, Kevin 4 25 Booth, Debra 4 102, 123 Booth, Diane 4 123 Borcherding, Lori 4 32 Bergen, Duane 441, 1 18, 195 Borkowski, Gary 4 143 Bormann, Paul 4 14 Born, Roy 4 39 Borner, Beverly 4 51 Borowski, Sandra 4 196 Borremans, Jeffrey 4 27 Bosch, James 4 143 Bosman, Robert 4 51 Bourquin, Jon 4 196 Bouscharf, Bradley 4 43 Bower, Paul 4 16 Bowden, Karen 4 97 Bowles, Bruce 4 38 Bradley, Howard 4 29 Bradley, Pamela 4 196 Brady, Patrick 4 43 Braem, Richard 4 16 Brancel, Dan 4 45 Brandt, Peter 4 33 Braun, Scott 4 26 Bray, Yvette 4 44, 1 1 1 BREAD and WINE COMMUNITY 4 106 Brechler, Royce 4 196 Bredeson, Daniel 4 31 Bredeson, Gary 4 196 Brewer, Molanu 4 108 Bricco, Douglas 4 49 Brice, Kevin 4 34, 126, 1 1 3 Briede, Mary 4 50 Brink, Wilbur 4 196 Brinkmeier, Sandra 4 196 Broberg, David 4 36, 98 BROCKERT HALL 4 12 - 16 Brodf, Nancy 4 145, 196 Brooks, Thomas 4 13 Broughton, William 4 129 Brousset, Jose 4 1 96 Brown, Barbara 4 49 Brown, David 4 196 Brown, Leonie 4 19 Brown, Martin 4 40, 101 Brown, Paul 4 38 Brown, Ronald 4 41, 96, 149 Brown, Sec" 4 15 Brueggeman, Sfeven 4 101, 196 Bruehl, Steve 4 43 Bruehlman, August 4 47, 125 Bruehlman, Jodine 4 18 Bruner, Betfy 4 32 Brunkow, Stephen 4 140 Bryant, Bruce 4 129, 130 Bryan', William 4 45 Bubolfz, Vickie 4 24 Buchanan, Ali 4 30, 130, 134 Buchanan, Craig 4 46, 108, 120 Buchanan, Peter 4 127 Buchberger, Brian 4 54, '27, 146 Buchele, Rod 4 106 Budde, Janice 4 196 Budrus, Lynn 4 19 Budrus, Wayne 4 96, 97, 197 Buechner, Jane14 22 Index 231 232 Index Buelke, Mark 2 106, 139, 197 Buell, Janice 2 20, 118, 122 Bueller, Larry 2 96, 97, 122, 197 Buhler, Douglas 2 16 Bulawa, William 2 28 Bulgrin, Dennis 2 13, 111, 120 Bullen, Linda 2 47 Bullis, David 2 128, 148 Bumgardner, Debra 2 102, 197 Burbank, Richard 2 26 Burch, Ronald 2 140 Burchik, Danie12 144 Burdih, Helen 2 102 Burgess, Steven 2 29 Burggraf, Charles 2 98 Buringion, Edwin 2 197 Burke, Kevin 2 29 Burkee, Timothy 2 49 Burkholder, Barbara 2 197 Burlingame, Steven 2 47 Burnosky, Timothy 2 26 Burris, James 2 103 Burris, L. Doreen 2 197 Burris, Luann 2 103 Burris, Sheila 2 19, 103 Burrow, Cynthia 2 21, 108 Bursack, Robert 2 104, 197 Buschkopf, David 2 41, 96, 97, 197 Buser, Monica 2 32, 97 Bushmeyer, Clark 2 45 Buss, Kay 2 132, 136, 199 Busfle, John 2 42, 1 25, 192 Bylsma, Richard 2 32 Byrd, Richard 2 48 Byrne, John 2 197 Byrnes, Robert 2 26, 36 Byrum, Gail 2 22 Bystol, Cheryl 2 54, 1 31 C Caccia, Thomas 2 46 Cahak, Scott 2 96, 1 21 Calhoun, David 2 28 Callaway, $1even 2 41, 197 Campbell, Richard 2 94, 144 CAMPUS B1BLE FELLOWSHIP 2 107 Cantrell, Cheryle 2 197 Capps, Robert 2 108 ' Carlson, Ramona 2 32 Carmody, Maryann 2 23 Carnahan, Craig 2 51 Comes, Roberl2 130 Corns, Dennis 2 107 Carpenter, Lori 2 48 Cartier, Kerry 2 27 Casey, Carol 2 22 Casey, Craig 2 1 39 Casperson, Pamela 2 51, 122, 198 Casier, Cindy 2 198 Cattanach, David 2 36, 1 19 Catterall, John 2 121 Ceipek, Christian 2 37 Cerling, Kenneth 2 198 Cerqua, Craig 2 16 Chaffee, Jane12 198 Chandler, Kathleen 2 123 Chang, Teresa 2 22 Charles, Sharon 2 102 Chevremoni, Jacque 2 37 CHI EPSILON 2 97 Christen, Kim 2 130, 139 Chrisfensen, Charles 2 96, 198 Chrisiensen, Steven 2 26 Christensen, Donald 2 98 Christian, Paul 2 198 Christiansen, John 2 96, 121 Christianson, Robert 2 39, 101 Christman, Thomas 2 41 Christopherson, Ann 2 20, 97 Chrostowski, Sharon 2 3O Cichucki, Scott 2 13 Cihlar, Kenneth 2 26 Clapp, Jeffrey 2 14 Clark, David 2 45 Clemens, Craig 2 1 2 Clemenii, Pe'er 2 25 Cleven, Russell 2 40 Clift, Gregory 2 12 Clifion, Joseph 2 198 Clyde, Bruce 2 35 Coud, Susan 2 18 Cochems, Nicholas 2 36 Cody, Michael 2 141 Coenen, Allen 2 96, 146 Coenen, Joseph 2 41 Coenen, Richard 2 41 Cohen, Keith 2 35 Cole, Timothy 2 198 Collar, Andrew 2 43, 122 COLLEGE SCHOLARS 2 124 COLLEGIATE AG. AS. 2 99 Collette, Janine 2 44 5 Collette, Stephen 2 38, 122 Collins, Ginger 2 198 Collins, Kelly 213, 119 Congdon, Cynthia 2 21 Connors, James 2 25, 1 18, 139 Cook, Bonnie 2 198 Cook, Dan 2 172 Cook, Gregory 2 140 Cook, Kurt 2 42 Cooke, Robert 2 14 Cooley, Steve 2 51 Coonen, James 2 1 39 Cooper, Robert 2 122 Coorough, Raymond 2 13 Cording, Charles 2 143 Cordle, Chad 2 25 Corso, Keith 2 129, 149 Coughlin, Michael 2 43 Cover', David 2 46 Craft, Leann 2 18, 99 Creighton, Gayle 21132 Cralley, William 2 33 Crane, Ronald 2 27 CRIMINAL JUSTICE AS. 2 99 CriHon, Timothy 2104, 198 Croft, Terry 2 1 1 1 Croker, Christopher 2 121 Crombie, Patrick 2 137 Croihers, Kenneth 2 35 Crouch, Scan 2 27 Crubaugh, Steve 2 146 Culver, Amber 2 47 Cunningham, William 2 140, 198 Cupp, Robert 2 47 Curfman, Gary 2 46, 198 Curley, Colleen 2 32, 119, 130 Curley, Kevin 2 100, 141 Cushman, Terry 2 199 D Daffner, Margaret2 21, 94, 106, 122 Dahl, Roger 2 106, 136, 199 Dalecki, Michael 2 39 Dalsing, Rita 2 148 Daniel, Thomas 2 33, 126 DPMA 2 100 Daugherty, David 2 125, 141 , 199 Daus, Richard 2 27 Davey, Amy 2 1 32 Davey,John2141,199 David, Gary 2 33, 1 16 Davidson, Rodney 2 104 Davies, Michael 2 1 3 Davis, Katherine 2 51 , 199 Davis, Sally 2110 Davis, Steven 2 1 3 Davis, Vicioria 2 19, 103 Dawson, Pamela 2 32 Day, John 2 32, 113 Day,Judi1h 2 97 Day, Julie 218, 129 Dean, Harry 2 40, 104 Dean, Karen 2 47, 1 19 Dean, Paul 2 13 Debruin, William 2 49 Debruine, David 2 96, 97, 199 DeByle, Lorraine 2 107, 1 34 Dechant, Ann 2 19 Decker, John 2 1 22, 144 Dee, Mary 2 30 Deery, Thomas 2 1 22, 199 Degarmo, Bruce 2 104 Degner, Eugene 2 45, 121 Degraf, Peier 2 49 Degroot, Edward 2 14 DeKeyser, Robert 2 144 Delano, Debra 2 20 DELTA GAMMA PHI2131 DELTA SIGMA PHI 2 140 - 142 Demuth, Kuy- 102, 123 Denson, Debra 2 22 Denu, Philip 2 35 Depies, Steven 2 33 Derousseau, Pamela 2 29 Derus, David 2 36 Deutman, Richard 2 46 Devlin, Dave 2 140 Devoe, Lynn 2 22, 127 Dewitt, Warren 2 I39 Dieter, Dena 2 21 Dietrich, Steven 2 40 Dietzel, Roland 2 51 , 199 Digman, Rita 2 132, 138, 199 Dillard, Glenn 2 16 Dillman, Brian 2 46 Dingman, DaIe 2 36 Dischler, Cherie 2 32 Divall, Richard 2 121 Dobson, Charles 2 121 DODSON HALL 2 18 - 24 Dobson, Lynn 2 135, 145 Doctor, Arlene 2 1 10, 1 19 Dolgner, Denise 2 21, 124 Donahoe, Judith 2 199 Donovan, Daniel 2 199 Doran, Patrick 2 45 Dorff, Edward 2 121 Dorman, Jane 2 128 DORMS 2 10 - 51 Dom, Brian 2 41 Dorsey, Leisa 2 20, 1 10 Dorsey, Linda 2 22, 129 Doty, Russell 2 36 Daugherty, Michael 2 100, 124, 199 Daugherty, Patricia 2 49 Doughman, Patrick 2 48 Douglas, Gary 2 45, 145 Douglas, Steve 2 35 Downs, Thomas 2 200 Doyle, Brian 2 37 Draeger, Robert 2 98, 149 Draeger, Vickie 2 29 Druheim, Charles 2 99, 200 Dreier, Jane? 2 124, 135 Dreis, Daniel 2 136, 200 Dreis, Paul 2 48, 149 Drescher, Allen 2 14 Drescher, Brian 2 12, 200 Dresel, Steven 2 15 Drezdon, Rory 2 26 Droessler, Beth 2 200 Droullard, Jesse 2 148 Drummy, Jeannine 2 49 Drury, Lori 2 24 Drzewiecki, Dennis 2 25 Ducharme, Yvonne 2 22, 97 Dudzinski, John 2 27, 94 Duffer, Rodney 2 140 Dull, Claudia 2 51 , 200 Duncan, Michael 243, 11 1 Duncan, Peter 2 139 Dunn, Carolyn 2 21 Dunn, Kerry2 54, 129, 130, 147 Dunn, Marilyn 2 103 Dunn, Michael 241, 200 Dunphy, Joseph 2 200 Duren, Randy 2 38 Duren, Terri 2 22, 200 Durkopp, Richard 2 29 Dyar, Kathy 2 124 Dybdohl, Jeff 2 172 Dziedzic, Linda 2 30 E Eastman, Michael 2 31 Eberle, Timothy 2 94, 134, 137 Ebert, Christophe 2 98, 1 26 Eckerman, Virginia 2 18 Eddy, Debra 2 135 Egan, Randy 2 100 Eggers, Mary 2 119, 130, 135, 138 Ehly, Michael 2 15 Ehnert, Jean 2 18, 106, 125, 126 Eilers, Dawn 2 50, 124, 126 Einsfeld, Greg 2 25 Eirich, Timothy 2 38 Eiring, Paul 2 29 Eisberner, Gregory 2 143 Eklund, Mark 2 139 Eklund, Michael 2 101 Elder, Susan 2 200 Eley, Susan 2 47 Elfering, David 2 46, 200 Ellenberger, Eddie 2 28 Ellickson, Jack 2 136, 201 Elmergreen, Gregg 2 36 Elskomp, John 2 47 Elwell, John 2 96, 97, 106, 201 Elwell, Martha 2 23 Engel, Louise 2 124, 125, 200 Engels, Mary 2 49 Engels, Stephen 2 50 Engelson, Mark 2 43 Engfer, Charles 2 101 Engler, Mary 2 30 Engler, Pamela 2 49 Enke, Harold 2101, 104 Enking, Joel 2 29 EPSILON Pl TAU 2 125 Erickson, Bren12 27, 1 1O Erickson, Linnea 2 22 Erickson, Tom 2 98 Ericson, Daniel 2 31, 104 Eschenbauch, Allen 2 201 Eskrm, Douglas 2 94, 201 Estenson, Larry 2 99, 201 Evhridge, Philip 2 36, 139 Euler, Bobbie 2 23, 128 Euwema, Mark 2 16 Evans, Thomas 2 144, 201 Eversoll, David 2 143 Eversoll, John 2 35, 1 19 Eversoll, Scott 2 172 EXCHANGE COMMITTEE 2 107 EXPONENT 2 127 Eyres, Timothy 2 1 3, 146 F Fuherty, David 2 127 Fakler, Brian 2 44, 126, 141 Folk, Sharon 2 201 Falkenstein, Rylan 2 201 Falkofske, Timothy 2 143 Faltz, Richard 2 1 16, 1 19 Faltz, William 2 1 16, 201 Fania, Carol 2 44 Fania, Rodney 2 46 Farnham, Timothy 2 36, 101 Farrey, Donald 2 201 Farrier, Jacqueline 2 116, 117 Fassbender, James 2 1 10, 130, 148 Faulkd, Randall 2 201 Faulks, Robert 2 15 Few", Joan 2 201 Favreou, James 2 39, 94 Fay, Mary 2 50 Fay, Stephan 2 95 Feagles, Elizabeih 2 21 FEATURES 2 150 - 169 Feehan, Micheal 2 146 Felker, Michael 2 96, 97 Fellin, Thomas 2 25 Feltman, Patrick 2 31, 201 Fenske, John 2 14, 1 18 Fergus, Patrick 2 27 Ferguson, Thomas 2 95, 136, 202 Fessel, Richard 2 107, 202 Fettis, Barbara 2 19 Feyereisem, Gary 2 13, 146 Fiedler, Jeanne 2 30 Fiedler, Steve 2 54, 136, 202 Filber, George 2 13 Fink, Michael 2 28, 95 Finkelmeyer, Randal 2 130 Finlay, John 2 172 Fischer, Brian 2 15 Fischer, Darrell 2 39, 141 Fischer, Michael 2 202 Fischer, Roland 2 48 Fischer, Todd 2 94 Fishler, Steven 2 98 Fitzgerald, Thomas 2 26 Fitzsimmons, Raymond 2 107 Fifzsimons, Dean 2 28 Fitzsimons, Willette 2 130, 135, 145 Flanagan, David 2 130, 145, 202 Fleifer, Lance 2 36 Fletcher, Andrew 2 107 Foellmi, Jerry 2 25, 96 Folbrecht, Harold 2 95, 106, 123, 202 Foley, Donna 2 20 Foley, Lori 2 103 Folwarski, Daniel211 1, 172 Footif, Walter 2 101, 110, 202 F0015, Debra 2 22 Ford, thel 2 129 Foss, Joseph 2 121 Fosfer, Doug 2 139 Foster, Larry 2 26 Fowler, James 2 39 Fowler, Jeffrey 2 54, 96 Fowler, Randy 2 104 Fox, Charles 2 202 Francis, Pairicia 2 49 Frankowski, Timm 2 43 Franseen, Kate 2 49 Fransen, Jane 2 50 Fransen, Linda 2 19, 119 Franzen, Jacalyn 2 1 31 Freidel, Lynne 2 50 French, Jeanne 2 18 Freund, Linda 2 51 Frey, James 2 44, 1 19 Frey, Jane? 2 18, 34, 144 Friar, Carol 2 23, 123, 126 Friar, Mike 2 35 Friar, Patrick 2 123 Friar, Susan 2 51 Friederick, David 2 146 FRIENDS OF UNIVERSITY 2 228 Fries, Kenneth 2 33, 96, 122, 129, 149, 202 Fritch, Rae 2 20, 124 Fritsch, Sandra 2 23, 102, 123 Fritz, Emil 2 13 Fritz, Rodney 2 35 Fromader, Scott 2 1 39 Frost, Karla 2 20, 128, 148 Fuchsberger, John 2 39, 130 Funk, Rober12 15 Furey, George 2 15 G Gagliand, Roger 2 26 Gall, Michael 2 96 Gallagher, Judith 2 1 1 1, 134, 202 Gallenberg, Louanna 2 29, 120 Galloway, David 2 47, 202 GAMMA PHI BETA 2 134 GAMMA THETA UPSILON 2 100 Gander, Danny 2 37 Gander, Kathy 2 202 Gandolph, Nick 2 48 Ganshert, Cindy 2 20 Garcia, Andrew 2 49 Gardner, James 2 25 Gardner, William 2 45, 203 Gariti, Thomas 2 1 3 Garrity, Kathleen 2 44 Garvens, Robert 2 33, 123 Garvin, James 2 35 Garvin, William 2 35 Gashoka, Kamano 2 203 Guuran, Craig 2 203 Gavin, John 2 101, 203 Guvran, Craig 2 143 Gay, Linda 2 48, 132 Gay, Shirley 2 132, 136, 203 Gehin, Richard 2 49, 140 Gehn, Jill 2 32, 111 Gehrke, Ronald 2 96, 97 Geigler, Gregg 2 46 Geisler, Paul 2 37 Geissbuhler, John 2 130, 140 Genihe, Randall 2 126 GEODE 2 1 29 Georgson, Lavern 2 1 1 1, 203 Geraghfy, Pairick 2 38 Gerber, Roger 2 38, 107 Gerbitz, Marshall 2 94, 203 Gerhart, Jean 2 23 Gericke, Richard 2 1 21 Gerlach, Bud 2 121 Gerlach, Wayne 2 34 Germanson, Donald 2 48, 122, 172 Gerth, Alan 2 96, 126, 149 Gerfh, Rober' 243, 122, 172 Gertsch, Linda 2 21 Gibson, Gary 2 127, 129 Gibson, Geraldine 2 203 Giese, Allan 2101, 143 Gilbert, David 2 34 Gilbert, Mendon 2 32 Gile, Debra 2 18 Gill, Brian 2 27, 110 Gillitzer, Phyllis 2 22 Gissal, Timofny 2 13 Givhan, Steve 2 44 Gladfeher, Jeffrey 2 145 Gleason, Bradley 2 125 Glick, Dale 2 203 Glise, John 215 Glynn, Stephen 2 35 Gobeli, Bill 2 124, 125, 203 Goerlitz, Debra 2 24 Goethel, Thomas 2 96 Goetsch, Perry 2 106 Goetschel, Susan 2 21 Goetzman, Gregory 2 26 Goffurd, Martin 2 94, 203 Goldswonhy, David 2 31 Goldsworfhy, Sheryll 2 21 Goldfhorpe, Catherine 2 30 Goldihorpe, Dawn 2 204 Goldfhorpe, Karla 2 44 Gonwa, William 2 139, 204 Goodman, James 2 204 Goodweiler, Rodney 2 16, 141 Goodweiler, Sandra 2 30, 32 Gorchels, Carl 2 129, 204 Gorsuch, Jeff 2 34 Gotham, Larry 2 204 Gouin, David 2 27 Govier, Randy 2 149 Grafe, Warren 2 51, 100 Graham, Debra 2 20 Graham, Kenneth 2 28, 96 Graham, Rodger 2 43 Grant, Steve 2 1 3 Grassel, David 2 1 10 Gratz, Susan 2 131 Grauvog1, David 2 39 Gray, Michael 2 106 Green, Ernest 2 15 Green, Herman 2 96, 121 Green, Jeffrey 2 1 3 Greene, Barbara 2 124, 204 Greenhalgh, Greg 2 101, 125, 204 Grefe, Jeffrey 2 204 Gregory, Eleni 2 18 Greiner, James 2 1 18, 120, 139 Grenawalt, Douglas 2 41 Gresl, Daniel 2 16 Gretebeck, Dale 2 33 Griffith, Joseph 2 14 Griswold, Cindy 2 54, 135, 136 Groom, Lorraine 2 44, 108 Gross, Frederick 2 35 Gross, Mark 2 27, 129 Grosshans, William 2 145 Grothe, Donna 2 22 Grovesieen, Douglas 2 96, 149 Grow, Thomas 2 49 Grube, Gordon 2 37 Grube, Steven 2 34 Gruenwald, Joseph 2 40, 140 Grunder, Madeleine 2 22 Grzelak, David 2 43 Guardiola, Victor 2 35 Guisler, Paul 2 37 Guler, Paul- 120 Gullmann, Tom 2 13 Gundlach, Betsy 2 204 Gundlach, Kurt- 144 Gufhrie, Bradley 2 40, 141 H Haag, Phyllis 2 21 Haas, Keith 2 39 House, Loraine 2 22, 1 16, 148 Habun, Danise 2 50 Hafele, Myron 2 51, 101 Haffele, Daniel 2 99 Hugemann, Sandra 2 205 Hagemeier, Terry 2 18 Hagen, Bruce 2 45 Hagen, Gerald 2 47 Hagen, Richard 2 50, 139 Hagen, Ronald 2 29, 94, 103, 1 19 Huger, James 2 16 Huiduck, John 2 205 Hake, Thomas 2 120 Halazon, Holly 2 22 Halverson, Gail 2 23 Human, Mark 2 1 1 1 Hamilton, Suzanne 2 108 Hammontree, Condo 2 100, 1 10, 1 17, 134 Hamre, Richard 2 15 Hancock, Edward 2 149 Hansen, Timothy 2 108 Hanson, Dale 2 36 Index 233 234 Index Hanson, David 5 28 Hanson, Donald 5 29, 144, 205 Hanson, Greg 5 50 Hanson, Lois 5 205 Hanson, Thomas 5 16, 205 Haraldson, Eric 5 32 Hardyman, Margaret 5 205 Hardyman, Patrick 5 37 Hare, James 5 14 Hurker, Raymond 5 45 Harlan, David 5 41, 103, 108 Harnois, Mark 5 41 , 96, 205 Harrington, David 5 205 Harrington, Kim 5 20 Harrmann, Timothy 5 36 Han, Lawrence 5 25 Hartley, Neal 5 25 Hanna", Rebecca 5 123, 205 Hartung, Daniel 5 31, 1 13, 119 Harfy, Cherry 5 205 Huffy, Kerry 5 139 Hasburgh, Sandra 5 101 Haseley, James 5 43 Haskins, Thomas 5 36 Hossinger, Jay 5 46 Haszel, Richard 5 41, l 10 Hatfield, Sherwood 5 46, 107 Hauglie, Joe 5 15, 172 Hauser, Gwen 5 51 Houser, James 5 1 1 1 Hauser, Polly 5 1 1 I, 205 Havens, Dean 5 36 Havloviu, Dean 5 39 Hoyek, Michael 5 41 Hayes, Christophe 5 205 Halon, Gerald 5 12, 103, 1 19 Huzen, Paul 5 48 Heckel, David 5 14, 143 Heckenkamp, Michael 5 205 Hedrich, Larry 5 26, 1 14, 149 Hear, Dennis 5 42 Hear, Judy 5 20 Hei, Dennis 5 43 Heibel, Pamela 5 20, 102, 123 Hein, Charles 5 32, 129 Heine, Gregory 5 1 1 1 Heinzen, Renee 5 51 Heiskonen, Kouko 5 1 10 Heiskanen, Marie 5 1 10 Helgerson, Nicky 5 205 Helgeson, Daniel 5 45 Heller, Jeffrey 5 143 Hellermann, Paul 5 27 Helming, Bruce 5 26 Henderson, Frank 5 205 Hendricks, James 5 205 Hendricks, Melinda 5 49 Hendrickson, William 5 26 Hennessy, Mary 5 19, 123 Henrikson, Craig 5 206 Henry, David 5 34, 103 Harbors, Monica 5 123, 138, 206 Herbstreith, Thomas 5 13 Herdina, Anne 5 19 Herman, Steven 5 47 Hermanson, Karen 5 29 Hermsen, Colleen 5 54, 132, 138 Hermsen, Edward 5 206 Hermsen, Karen 5 23, 132 Hernandez, Steven 5 36 Hernkind, Lance 5 15 Herro, Jeromo 5 41 Herzog, Ronald 5 94, 123, 206 Hesseling, Amy 5 50, 132 Heyn, Gary 5 26, 1 17 Hickey, Thomas 5 1 17 Hicks, Steven 5 41, 98, 149 Higgins, Roberl 5 35 Hildenbrand, Karen 5 22 Hilfiker, Ann 5 99, 1 18, 122, 206 Hill, Audrey 5 20 Hill, Susan 5 54 Hill, Theresa 5 44 Hillary, Connie 5 132, 206 Hillman, Craig 5 15 Hillmer, Cynthia 5 132 Hilmer, Dana 5 27 Hilt, Mark 5 35 Himmerich, David 5 15 Hines, Jane'- 54 Hingtgen, Paul 5 206 Hinton, Sherri 5 206 Hiponbecker, Terry 5 206 Hirsbrunner, John 5 141 Hirsch, Jane 5 23 Hirsf, Brenda 5 30, 124 Hitchcock, John 5 1 19, 206 Hi", Patrick 543, 1 1 1, 129 Hoaglan, Kathy 5 50 Hoch, P0015 45, 143 Hoeft, John 5 28, 128 Hoenig, Jo 5 30 Hoesly, Mary 5 18, 1 27 Hoeveler, Thomas 5 28 Hoff, Mark 5 34, 1 13 Hoff, Ronald 5 28 Hoffman, David 5 26 Hoffman, Paula 5 206 Hofrichter, James 5 35 Hohmonn, Janet 5 45 Holland, Daniel 5 35 Hollander, Dennis 5 40 Holmberg, Doug 5 43, 122, 149, 206 Holverson, Daniel 5 1 1 1 H012, David 5 207 Holzhue'er, Paul 5 207 Homb, Loren 5 100 HOMECOMING 5 54 - 63 Honadel, Dean 5 96 Hooker, Albert 5 35 Hooker, Thomas 5 33 Happen, Kurt 5 51 Horsch, Robert 5 207 Hougan, Steve 5 39 Housner, Gary 5 'I 36, 207 Howell, Beth.5 51, 122 Howery, Mark 5 125, 141, 207 Howery, Roberta 5 207 Howley, Jeanette 5 50 Hrovat, Catherine- 1 1 1, 147 Hrovat, Jerrold 5 48, 103 Huber, Burton 5 39 HUGUNIN HALL 5 25 - 28 Hulbert, Johnny 5 94, 99, 123, 134, 136, 207 Hull, Diane 5 1 14, 207 Hullman, D. 5 101 Humberg, Shelby 5 132 Hunt, David 5 14, 96, 122 Hungen, Leo 5 27 Huss, Jeffrey 5 15, 107 Hutchinson, William 5 1 2 Hutchison, James B. 5 41 Hutchison, Pamela 5 50 Huza, Bradley 5 207 Hvizdak, Thomas 5 41, 146 Hying, Paul 5 120 Hymes, M. Kathleen 5 134 Ice, Robed 5 108 INDUSTRIAL ED. AS. 5 101 INDUSTRIAL ENG. SOC. 5 101 Ingebritsen, Jeffrey 5 139 lngwell, Scan 5 37 IGCC 5 1 30 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 5 1 10 IVCF 5 108 - 109 lrgens, Jim 5 207 luner, John 5 140 J Jackson, Brian 5 45 Jacobs, Norman 5 35, 1 10 Jacobsen, James 5 51, 121 , 122 Jacobson, Daniel 5 27 Jacobson, Lisa 5 24 Jocobucci, Charles 5 121 Jocoby, Mark 5 1 18 Jacque, Nicholas 5 43 Jaeger, Kurt 5 25 John, Dona 5 103, 207 Jakel, John 5 44 James, Michael 5 1 3 Jando, David 5 39 Jansen, Kyle 5 50 Jansen, Luann 5 49 Jansen, Mark 5 25 Janz, Jeff 5 50, 207 Jarvis, Jeffrey 5 26 Jarvis, Joel 5 136 Jay, Nancy 5 30, 102 Jayne, Brian 5 208 Jeglum, Larry513, 143 Jeidy, Cinda 5 20 Jenkins, Linda 5 44 Jensen, Alice M. 5 120, 130 Jensen, Dale 5 39 I Jensen, Jerry 5 95 Jensen, Paul 5 33, 122 Jensen, Susan 5 32 Jensen, Vicki 5 20, 1 17 Jenson, Karen 5 132, 208 Jerdee, Mark 5 31 Jerre", Lee 5 136 Jewell, Michael 5 146 Jinkins, Richard 5 100, 208 Jobgen, Brian 5 39, 146 Johanning, Mary 5 95, 99, 123 Johns, Charles 5 149 Johnsen, Connie 5 123, 125 Johnson, Alan 5 94, 1 37 Johnson, Brian 5 103 Johnson, Camron 5 51 Johnson, Clarence 5 95 Johnson, Curtis 5 27, 127, 130 Johnson, Dale 5 37 Johnson, Diane 5 122 Johnson, Donald 5 15 Johnson, Douglas 5 101 Johnson, Gerald 5 36 Johnson, James 5 121 Johnson, Joy 5 19, 148 Johnson, Linda 5 208 Johnson, Mark 5 16 Johnson, Mary E. 5 22, 103 Johnson, Mary L. 5 1 13 Johnson, Renee 5 20 Johnson, Rex 5 15 Johnson, Roger 5 51, 208 Johnson, Steven 5 33, 96, 129 Johnson, Susanne 5 20, 123, 138 Johnson, Terry L. 5 106, 208 Johnson, Terry P. 5 36 Johnson, Thomas 5 13, 1 19 Johnson, Timothy 5 25, 39 Johnston, Beverly 5 22 Jones, Charlene 5 132, 208 Jones, David 5 40 Jones, Judith 5 99 Jones, Karen 5 51, 123, 208 Jones, Marnie 5 1 34 Jones, Richard 5 14 Jones, Robert 5 45 Jongebloed, Steve 5 49 Jorenby, Susan 5 103, 138 Jorgensen, Cindy 5 102, 1 14, 122, 124 Jorgensen, Donald 5 15 Judd, Gary 5 39 Judge, Daniel 5 26 K Kaop, Pamela 5 30 Kabele, Jean 5 108 Kaczor, Tadeusz 5 36 Kaempfer, Susan 5 49, 108 Kuhlenberg, Jean 5 1 1 1, 135 Kahler, Keith 5 41, 124, 208 Kamnetz, Frederick 5 29 Kamps, Daniel 5 25 Kania, Janice 5 29 Kaniewski, Bruce 5 33, 96 KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA 5 132 - 133 KARATE CLUB 5 110 Kama, Jeffrey 5 46 Karpinske, Charles 5 208 Karpowicz, Steven 5 37 KARRMALI KLUB 5 102 Kartes, Linda 5 45, 1 13 Kass, Denise 5 51 Kasten, Michael 5 140, 208 Ka'z, Alan 5 141 Katzer, Mark 5 108, 1 30, 146 Kaul, Daniel 5 40, 124 Kaul, Mark 5 15, 208 Koutzer, Barry 5 209 Kauzlaric, Dale 5 32 Keefe, Thomas 5 106 Keefer, Bruce 5 104 Keener, William 5 33 Keeney, Daniel 5 25 Keeney, Robert 5 16 Keep, Paul 5 127, 148 Keesey, Kim 5 27 Kehl, Stephen 5 1 1 1 Keip, Diane 5 1 13 Keleny, Lloyd 5 40 Keller, Craig 5 42 Kelley, Randy 9 104 Kelly, Daniel 9 45 Kelly, Patrick 9 136, 209 Kemink, James 9 209 Kenos, Phillip 9 25 Kennedy, Mark 9 43 Kennedy, Merry-Alyc 9 29 Kennedy, Steven 9 100, 209 Kermeen, Keith 9 31 , 120 Kern, Kathy 9 22, 97, 129 Kerscher, Curtis 9 36, 104 Kersfen, Scott 9 43 Kessel, Harvey 9 49 Ketcham, Steven 9 47 Kettell, Roberf9 16 Keune, Janie 9 18 Keyes, Judith 9 1 17, 123 Kidd, Jeffrey 9 1 5 Kiefer, Sara 9 48, 132 Kieler, Catherine 9 102, 1 10 Kilbride, George 9 1 3 Kilchenmann, Mark 9 41 Kilian, Kenneth 9 103, 106, 123 King, Barbara 9 18 King, Bridget 9 99, 1 34 Kinney, Joellen 9 30 Kirby, J. 9 101 Kirkpatrick, Daniel 9 28 Kirschboum, Sheila 947, 1 16, 1 17 Kitkowski, David 9 144 Klarner, Daniel 9 40 Klausen, Ronald 9 29 Klawiuer, Larry 9 43 Klein, Sheila 9 22 Klein, Stephen 9 31 , 106 Klesper, Susan 9 22 Kletzien, Loyal 9 26 Klingseisen, Jeffrey 9 98 Kluesner, Michael 9 45 Klug, Gary 9 137 Knapik, Patricia 9 50, 129 Knapp, Dan 9 1 30 Knesiing, Donna 9 18 Knief, Enno 9 41 , 143 Kniep, Thomas 9 209 Knobel, William 9 209 Knop, James 9 37, 110, 114 Knors, Randolph 9 146, 209 Knowles, Charles 9 35 Knudson, Joan 9 145 Knudson, Mark 9 43 Knudtson, Wayne 9 108 Knuteson, Steven 9 36, 130 Koch, Brian 9 47, 119 Koebernick, Corey 9 1 1 1 Koehler, Gregory 9 13 Koenen, Joseph 9 31 Koenen, Mark 9 51 Koenigs, Karl 9 45 Koepcke, Thomas 9 35 Koepsell, Russell 9 37 Kohls'edt, Russell 9 41 olurik, William 9 101, 144, 209 olb, Gary 9 49 omoroski, Monica 9 47, 97, 101, 1 19 onkol, Maynard 9 106 onkol, Russell 9 96 ans, Jack 9 43 onsella, David 9 35 opecky, Jon 9 33 opf, Michael 9 35, 1 18 opp, Steven 9 26, 99, 209 oppean, Melody 9 209 ovars, Debra 9 103 owalski, Beverly 9 20, 123, 126 owalski, Paul 9 31 owalski, Richard 9 41, 149 rcemer, Kevin 9 96 raemer, Randal 9 36, 209 rahn, Jensen 9 24, 124 ramer, James 9 96 runz, Christina 9 30, 124 ranz, Wesley 9 106, 209 reuse, Thomas 9 40 reiser, Scott 9 140 reul, Constance 9 3O reul, Dale9121,144 roening, Steven 9 104, 210 roes, Elaine 9 47, 124, 126 roes, Jeffrey 9 34, 1 1 1 rogman, John 9 98, 210 roll, Pamela 9 32 roll, Randall 9 148, 210 Kromrie, Paul 9 46 Kronser, Jeffrey 9 96, 149 Kropp, David 9 26 Krueger, Garrie 9 42 Krueger, Jeffrey 9 1 3, 107 Krueger, Mark 9 210 Krueger, Peter- 41, 1 13 Krueske, Michael 9 50, 127 Krug, Don 9 43 Kruger, James 9 137 Krugiohann, Linda 9 51, 108, 119 Kruse, Bruce 9 1 30 Krusiec, Rita 9 132, 210 Krutza, Thomas 9 94 Kubisch, Thomas 9 16, 1 10 Kubsh, Thomas 9 43 Kucher, Jan 9 39 Kucksdorf, John 9 26 Kucksdorf, Peter 9 26 Kuczkowski, Lynn 9 22 Kugler, James 9 31 Kuhle, Richard 9 35 Kuhls, Cynthia 9 132 Kuhls, Gary 9 210 Kunde, Richard 9 42 Kundert, Robert 9 1 1 1 Kuplic, Bradley 9 140 Kurtz, Bruce 9 25 Kusimo, Joseph 9 101, 107, 1 10 Kusz, lori 9 20 Kuzma, Francis 9 101, 125 Kvam, Kenneth 9 16 L Labadie, Timothy 9 25 Laballisfer, Jill 9 31, 50 Lacenski, Michael 9 25 Ludwig, Robert 9 26 Laeser, Joseph 9 27 Laing, Dean 9 45 Lake, Gary 9 94, 1 10 LAMBDA SIGMA PI 9 144 Lane, Jeffrey 9 101, 122 Lang, Kenneth 9 13 Lange, David 9 121 Longer, David 9 106, 123, 210 Langfoss, Gary 9 14 Laper, Randy 9 27 Laplante, Mary 9 54, 134 Larsen, Harvey 9 28, 124, 145 Larsen, Steven 9 31 , 104 Larson, Brian J. 9 29 Larson, Brian J. 9 48 Larson, Frankie 9 31 , 100 Larson, James 9 13 Larson, Lawrence 9 122, 128, 210 Larson, Lynn 9 18 Larson, Roger 9 130, 143 Lalakos, Steven 9 36 Launspach, Daniel 9 210 Lauterback, Jay 9 27 Laverty, Margaret9 1 1 1, 123 Leahy, Jerry 9 1 21 Leahy, Jill 9 210 Leamen, Chris 9 12 Lease, William 9 51, 121 Lederman, Lance 9 43 Ledvina, Tony 9 34, 100 Lee, Donna 9 1 13 Lee, Lynn 9 1 17 Lee, Rosemary 9 30 Leedle, Stanley 9 143 Leef, Wayne 9 128 Leffler, Robert 9 1 1 1 Leibelt, Mark 9 40, 129 Leick, Steve 9 1 18, 210 Leix, David 9 130, 140, 210 Leia, Ronald 9 149 Lemahieu, Richard 9 96, 210 Lemke, David 9 38, 118 Lemmer, Mark 9 27, 139 Lenda, Seven 9 26 lenz, Kenneth 9 96 Lenz, Randall 9 136, 210 Lenz, William 9 144 Leonhard, Timothy 9 15 Leopold, Carol 9 21 1 Lesperance, Kenneth 9 1 19 Lessord, Anthony 9 121 Levendoske, Rober19 51, 99, 126, 21 1 Levi, John 9 49 Lewis, Thomas 9 122, 21 1 Lichier, Jean 9 30 Liefke, Lamont9 122, 21 1 Liegel, Carol 9 49, 95, 126 Liesch, Terry 9 21 Lightfield, Lawrence 9 48 Lilage, Valerie 9 18 Lindberg, William 9 12 Linda, Craig 9 1 29 Linden, James 9 99, 21 1 Lindsay, Mark 9 139, 21 1 Link, David 9 13 Liston, Keith 9 42 Lift, Cameron 9 35 Loef'feliolz, Debbie 9 129, 130 Loek, Greg 9 43 Lofgren, Cheryl 9 32 Lofthouse, Richard 9 95, 121, 21 1 Loken, Cathleen 9 1 19, 123 Loomis, David 9 41, 96 Lorbiecki, Maria 9 132 Lord, Gerald 9 13 Lorfeld, Thomas 9 96, 21 1 Loughrin, Terry 9 40 Lowe, William 9 21 1 Lubick, John 9 143 Lucassen, Joseph 9 48 Luckey, Roger 9 95, 99 Luedtke, Roy 9 33 Lund, Lois 9 21 1 Lund, Sharon 9 21 Lund, Steven 9 1 39, 21 1 luth, Steven 9 146 LUTHERAN COLLEGIANS 9 1 1 1 Lynch, Patrick 9 144 Lynd, Kathleen 9 32, 54, 1 14, 212 M MacDonald, Michael9 16 Mochurick, Michael 9 35 Macieiewski, Paul 9 32 Mack, Barbara 9 130, 132, 212 Mack, Jay 9 212 Mackowiak, Robert 9 13 Madigan, Carey 9 31 MADRIGAL 9 64 - 65 Madsen, Steven 9 27 Magestro, James 9 28 Maglaris, Nikos 9 44 Magnene, Roger 9 121 Mahrt, Michelle 9 212 Mahue, Celia 9 44 Maile, David 9 15 Mair, Michael 9 143, 212 Maiworm, Margaret 9 20, 1 10 Maiszak, Alan 9 50 Maki, Kerry 9 130 Malak, Thomas 9 40, 96, 1 10 Malisch, David 9 31 Malone, Curtis 9 37 Malooly, Michael 9 31, 99 Manderfield, Peter 9 96, 130, 128, 146, 212 Manderle, Nancy 9 99, 132, 212 Munnes, Steven 9 44 Manning, Jeffrey 9 121 Manske, Howard 9 50 Manson, Timothy 9 51 Monies, Jeffrey 9 149, 212 Monies, Todd 9 96 Manthey, Mike 9 96, 129, 149 Manuel, Patrick 9 121 Marcks, Russell 9 39 Marcoe, Karen 9 132 Marine, Anthony 9 43 Markham, Kurt9114, 141, 212 Markham, Michael 9 35 Marklein, Richard 9 15, 146 Marko, Timothy 9 45 Marks, Michael 9 31 Markus, Rebecca 9 32 MarleHe, George 9 140 Marotz, John 9 94, 136, 212 Marquardt, Larry 9 212 Marquardt, Sharon 9 24, 1 1 1 Marquarf, Michael 9 42 Marshall, Georgia 9 20, 135 Marshall, Jeffrey 9 40 Martens, Jon 9 121 Mariens, Karen 9 32 Martin, Linda 9 20 Martin, Ross 9 139 Martin, Scott 9 51, 99 Martin, Stacy 9 51 Index 235 236 Index Martin, Stephen 6 16 Martinson, Randy 6 26 Marusinec, Richard 6 50 Marx, Catherine 6 23, 96, 97, 126, 128 Marx, Roy 6 121 Masbruch, Randal 6 54, 146, 212 Masbruch, Thomas 6 98 Muslowski, Lawrence 6 43, 98 Mason, Paul6110, 118, 122 Massey, Elizabeth 6 143 Massey, Gary 6 21 3 Matecki, Edward 6 16 Mateika, Cheryle 6 21 Mufiszik, Esther 6 30 Maison, Ellen 6 47 Manhews, David 6 121 M012, Richard 6 14 Matza, Mark 6 36 Matzke, Brian 6 48 Maurer, Jan 6 132 Mourer, Kay 6 95, 213 Maurice, Lori 6 29 Moves, Thomas 6 146 May, Tim 6 36, 1 1O Mayer, Catherine - 21, 97 Mayer, Karen 6 20, 106, 1 17 Maziasz, Timothy 6 15 Mazur, Richard 6 31 Mozzarella, Joseph 6 54, 1 72 McCabe, Teresa 6 18, 34 McCarfen, Myra 6 3O McCarthy, James -- 213 McCanhy, Leary 6 41, 118, 213 McCarthy, Mary Ann 6 1 18 McCuuley, Christophe 6 98 McCauley, Francis 6 16, 94 McCauley, Kathleen 6 29 McCombie, William 6 51 McConnell, Andrew 6 39 McConneIl, Bruce 6 31 McConnell, Nancy 6 32 McCurdy, Donald 6 12 McDernof, Robert 6 40 McDonald, Erin 6 5O McDonald, Gregory 6 29 McDonald, Joseph 6 130, 213 McDonald, Kevin 6 31 McFarlane, Denise 6 102 McGinnis, Kathleen 6 51 McGowan, Daniel 6 35 McGREGOR HALL 6 29 - 32 McGuire, Karen 6 30 1 McGuire, Peter 6 103 McKee, Raymond 6 21 3 McKeIlips, Cindy 6 30, 102 McKelvey, Andrew 6 49 McKenzie, Bernadine 6 97 McKeon, Karen 6123, 213 McKeough, Ann 6 19 McKinley, Bruce 6 1 3 McKinley, Lesa 6 18, 108 McKinney, Loretta 6 1 1 7 McLimans, Vicki 6 213 McNabb, James 6 49, 99 McNair, Joel 6 25 McNeN, Jeanine 618, 119, 123 McNurlen, Timothy 6111, 127, 213 McSherry, Mark 6 16 McWilliams, Robert 6 1 10 Meagher, Daniel 6 27 MEDICAL TECH. 6 102 Meekma, Anchony 6 31 Meier, Robert 6 36 Meisel, Katheleen 6 48 Mekelburg, Thomas 6 41, 98, 126, 213 Melby, Richard 6 36 MELCHER HALL 6 33 - 37 Mellor, Darla 6 131 , 213 Melvin, Ronald 6 94 Mendels, Katherine 6 1 9 Mensendike, Ray 6 44, 213 Mentzel, Michael 6 50 Mergen, Susan 6 1 8 Merkf, Paul 6 45 Merriam, Thomas 6 21 3 Merson, Karla 6 48 Messerschmidi, Ruth 6 20, 1 10 Meulemans, Dennis 6 94 Meverden, James 6 96, 97, 1 26, 140 Meyer, Dale 6 20 Meyer, Jeffrey 6 37, 1 10 Meyer, Larry 6 26 Meyer, Pmricia 6 2O Mezera, Dennis 6 99, 123, 213 Mezyk, Roman 6 35, 94 Miche, Leland 6 26 Michelson, Steven 6 50, 214 Mickler, Marvin 6 42 ' Middagh, Mark 6141, 214 MiIler, Darryl 6 121 Miller, James 6 47 Miller, Kumeron 6 25, 99 Miller, Mark 6 13, 141 Miller, Stephan 6 25, 130 Miller, Therese 6 23, 124, 126 Millin, Daniel 6 146 Mills, Corinne 6 48, 119 Minder, Randy 6 121 Minish, Brian 6 214 Mink, Kim 6 29 1 Milchell, Dale 6 120, 214 Mlodzik, Steven 6 39 Modaff, Patrick 6 144 Moe, David 6 39, 101 Moenl, Michael 6 1 1 1 Mohammudi, Manoocher 6 1 10 Mohr, Frank 6 96, 121, 214 Molik, Stephen 6 214 Mollun, Larry 6 12 Mondloch, Dale 6 136, 214 Monroe, Cindy 6 104 Monteiro, Jose 6 45 Moore, Colleen 6 148 Moore, Gerald 6 214 Moore, Kenneth 6 94, 137 Moran, Thomas 6 43 Moravec, Monica 6 21, 126 Morrissey, Sharon 6 22, 172 MORROW HALL 6 38 - 43 Mortensen, Michael 6 29, 122 Mosley, Merle 6 42, 101 Motiff, Stephen 6 13 Manley, Carol 6 18 Mottley, Mary 6 54, 132, 214 Manley, Theresa 6 49, 126 Mounfford, Philip 6 36 Mountin, Kathy 6 122 Mounfin, Larry 6 96, 97, 122 Moureau, Patrick 6 43 Mowry, BradIey 6 50 Moyer, David 6 45 Mraz, Robert 6 144, 214 Mueller, Chris'ophe 6 16 Mueller, Dianne 6 47, 1 19 Mueller, Jane 6 20, 135, 136 Mueller, Karl 6 50 Mueller, Kerry 6 123 Muel1er, Lynn 6 50 Mueller, Marilyn 6 214 Mueller, Mark 6 136, 214 Mullikin, Mark 6 28 Mullikin, Rebecca 6 214 Murack, Pamela 6 145 Murphy, Pairick 6 130, 139 Murphy, Thomas 6 26 Murray, Daniel 6 214 Murray, Jane! 6 24, 1 13, 136 Murray, Kevin 6 16 MENC 6 1 O3 Myers, John 6 43 Myhre, Melinda 6 48, 1 19 Myli, Bonnie 6 48 N Nabbefeld, Craig 6 215 Nachtwey, Mary 6 30 Nalepinski, David 6 50 Noll, Taryn 651 , 96, 97,129,149, 215 Nomowicz, Steven 6 31 Nankee, Gerald 6 49 Napp, David 6 108 NAHB 6 104 Naylor, Kathryn 6 100, 215 Nebel, Mark 6 35 Nechvaial, Timothy 6 28 Neff, Karen 6 18 I Neff, Rebecca 6 22, 103 Neibauer, Jeffrey 6 25 Nelson, Barry- 1 17 Nelson, Bradley 6 98, 129, 149 Nelson, Diane - 108 Nelson, Gail 6 23, 54, 123, 215 Nelson, John 6 108 Nelson, Judy 6 215 Nelson, Lee 6 42 Nelson, Thomas 6 48 Nephew, Joan 6 29, 30 Neuenschwander, Rosemary 6 123, 215 Nevil, Debra 6 100, 1 31 Nevins, Ruth 6 22, 135 N9, Christina 6 1 10 Nichols, Mary 6 20, 102, 215 Nichols, Tim 6 46 Nickels, Marie 6 24 Nickey, Charles 6 33 Nielsen, Donna 6 20 Niffenegger, Heidi 6 134 Nodolf, Michael 6 94 Norby, Thomas 6 25 Nordlie, Mark 6 33 Norgord, Lynn 6 122 Norstad, David 6 16 N011, Maureen 6 50, 97 , 107 Novak, Michael 6 215 Novy, Matthew 6 33 Nunes, Wins'on 6 1 1 8 Nussberger, Terry 6 15 O Oberdorfer, Jeff 6 1 3 Obertin, Joseph 6 48 O'Connor, Patrick J. 6 14 Odorizzi, Charles - 100, 125, 126, 215 Oehlke, Mark 6 99 0119, Steven 6 44 Olsen, Dennis 6 122, 125, 128, 215 Olsen, John 6 40 Olsen, Paul 6 215 Olson, Alex 6 121 Olson, Cynthia J. 6 18 Olson, David 6 32 Olson, Gayle 6 94, 215 Olson, Jack 6 140 Olson, Lori 6 103 Olson, Peggy 6 50 Olson, Raymond 6 46 Olson, Sherri 6 30 Olstad, Christ 6 146 O'Malley, John 6 1 3 Oman, Patrick 6 1 1 1, 124 OMICRON DELTA EPSILON 6 125 Oncken, Rebecca 6 1 8, 108 O'Neil, Peggy 6 30, 124, 127 Onsgard, Dawn 6 51, 108 Oppriechf, Jane 6 22 Ordurke, Maureen 6 30 ORGANIZATIONS 6 92 - 149 Osier, Arthur 6 54, 121 Osterhaus, Cynthia 6 215 Osterndorff, Linda 6 132, 216 ON, Keith 6 27 Ottih, Vidorio 6108, 117, 125 OHman, Jan 6 20, 97, 101 Owens, Gregory 6 31 p Pachal, James 6 41 Padaun, William 6 27 Page, Dale 6 38, 101 Paine, Richard 6 146 Poker, Thomas 6 27 Palzkill, S'even 6 45 Palzkill, Susan 6130, 131, 136, 216 Pankonin, Michael 6 27 Penn, Ronald 6 98 Parker, James 6 21 6 Perkins, Richard 6 98 Parks, Jacqueline 6 30 Parr, James 6 106 Farrell, Laura 6 49, 103 Farrell, Mark 6 94, 216 Passe, Paul 6 27 Patch, Thomas 6 13 Pairow, Barbara 6 32 Patten, Albert 6 37 PaNerson, Norman 6 141 Pauli, Leslie 6 46 Pauli, Robert 6 35 Paulsen, Thomas 6 12 PauIson, Dennis 6 33 Payne, Michael 6 49 Paynter, Craig 6 44 Paynter, Nancy 6 1 24, 1 35, 145 Pazdernik, Ken 6 216 Peacock, Sandra 6 1 19, 123, 124 Peckhum, Kevin 6 1 30 Pederson, Gregory 6 122, 216 Pederson, Jeffrey 4 36 Pederson, Timothy 4 33, 1 1 1 Pedley, Gary 4 144 Pedretti, Mark 4 41 Peek, James 4 1 21 Pegram, Curfis 4 26 Pelech, Gary 4 43 Fella", Anthony 4 1 10 Pellman, Diane 4 51 Pennekamp, Theodore 4 36 Pennington, Scott 4 39, 1 18 Pericak, Laureen 4 1 19, 144 Perlewitz, Mark 4 50, 216 Perry, Marie 4 1 8 Perfzborn, Dale 4 137 Pertzsch, Jerry 4 15, 96, 1 1 1 Peiers, Michael 4 96 Peiers, Nancy 4 95, 128 Petersburg, Fredrick 4 51 , 95, 107, 111, 113, 123, 216 Petersen, Eric 4 14 Pe1ersen, Lola 4 1 10 Peterson, Armin 4 43 Peterson, Christine 4 22 Peterson, Everett 4 144 Peterson, Kary 4 31 Peterson, Lynn 4 216 Peterson, Mark 4 50 Peterson, Mike 4 46 Peterson, Roger 4 45 Peterson, Stanley 4 108, 216 Peterson, Terrance 4 96, 97, 1 14, 140 Peterson, Thomas 4 42 Peterson, Timothy 4 127 Petross, Donald 4 35 Petroviak, Keffrey 4 31 PeHey, Ronda 4 19 Pfaff, Douglas 4 27, 139 Pfaff, Ka'hryn 4 216 Pfaff, Loren 4 121 Pfaff, Randall 4 48, 98 Pfankuch, Peter 4 29, 120, 1 29 Pfangsten, Craig 4 40 Phelan, Michael 4 13 Phelps, Gary 4 26 PHI ETA SIGMA 4 126 Philipps, Debra 4 49 Phillipps, Jayne 4 217 Phillipps, Thomas 4 40, 96 Phillips, Dean 4 13 Phillips, Jeffrey 4 25, 118, 128 PHI SIGMA 4 143 Picha, Pafti4132, 138 PICKARD HALL 4 44 - 46 Pickel, Elizabeth 4 30 Pickett, Terry 4 31, 94 Pings, Edward 4 32 Pings, Mike 4 35 Pink, Douglas 4 95 Pink, Gerald 4 51 , 101 PIONEER 4 I 28 PIONEER PLAYERS 4 1 1 1 Piper, Jim 4110 Pipkorn, Neil 4 26 PLAYS 4 66 - 71 Plotner, Greg 4 45 Plourde, James 4 31 Plueger, Edward 4 36 Plummer, Rebeccc 4 29 Polodna, Stephen 441 , 122, 125 Pomazol, Charles 4 121, 129 Pomerening, Bruce 4 1 3 Pomeroy, Terry 4 36 Poppe, Randal 4 33 PORTER HALL 4 47 - 50 Post, Jeffrey 4 95, 217 Post, LueHa 4 18, 34 Post, Mary Jo 4 20 Powers, Timothy 4 25, 144 Pro", David 4 1 2 Pregonf, Dan 4 44 Prestegaard, Julie 4 132 Prestegaard, Kevin 4 21 7 Prewlwitz, Thomas 4 27 Price, Dennis 4 76 Price, Richard 4 28, 95, 1 19, 126 Prindiville, James 4 106 Prindle, Theron 4 126, 217 Probst, Alan 4 217 Probst, Paul 4 96, 97 Pruchnofski, George 4 96, 122, 149 Pulkinen, William 4 26 PURPLE HERMAN 4 122 Putnam, Deborah 4 103, 1 16, 1 19 Q Quade, Jan 4 22, 126 Quale, James 4 146 Qualle, Elizabeth 4 50 Quam, Peter 4108, 217 Querin, Mariha 4 19 Quinn, Kathleen 4 23, 97, 101 Quinn, Robert 4 217 R Rabas, Michael 4 43 Roch, Eulalia 4 132 Radke, Angelic: 4 18, 103 Raffo, John 4 45 Raha, Cheryl 4 23, 103 Roisbeck, Pearl 4 123, 217 Raisbeck, Phillip 4 146 Ramaker, Daniel 4 217 Ramirez, Gustavo 4 110, 1 14, 145, 217 Ramseur, David 4 100, 1 1 1, 217 Randall, Mary 4 23 Rank, Ronald 4 16 Rasmussen, Charles 4 94, 137 Rastegar-Javaheresmail 4 98, 1 10 Ratzburg, Robert 4 51 , 217 Rausch, Carlton 4 43 Raygor, Barbara 4 20, 1 10 Raymond, Garry 4 94 Raymond, Mary 4 21, 97 Rearick, Pamela 4 51 , 100 Rech, William 4 98, 217 Reckner, Frederick 4 124 Rector, William 4 129 Reddy, Paras 4 16, 1 10 Reed, Carol 4 20, 122 Reed, Larry451, 113,126, 217 Reed, Randy 4 41, 143 Reefz, Darryl 4 130, 145, 218 Reeves, Kristy 4 24, 108 Reifenberg, Daniel 4 31 Reilly, Laurie 4 24 Reinfeldt, Stephen 4 96, 97 Reinhard, Jane 4 218 Reinhart, Janice 4 148 Reinke, Paul 4 36 Reiser, James 4 41, 100 Reisinger, Richard 4 42 Renn, Joseph 4 13, 54, 126 ROTC 4 1 12 RHC 4 1 1 3 Rewey, Maynard 4 51 Reynolds, Cindy 4 135 Reynolds, Jeff 4 25 Reynolds, Julie14 1 35 Reynolds, Larry 4 21 8 Rezin, P01 4 1 72 Rice, David 4 35 Rice, Debbie 4 131 , 218 Rice, Michael 4 25 Richard, Karen 4 49 Richards, Grant 4 1 29 Richards, Jean 4 23, 123 Richards, Rose 4 32 Richardson, Laura 4 218 Richgels, Thomas 4 218 Rick, Douglas 4 39, 96, 129, 149 Ricklefs, Richard 4 45 Riddiough, Dennis 4 32 Riegel, Linda 4 18, 124 Riehle, James 4 42 Riemer, Joseph 4 34 Riesenberg, Mark 4 32 Rihn, Alonna 4 20 Riley, Christine 4 30 Riley, Daniel 4 227 Riley, Raymond 4 106 Ring, Gerald 4144, 218 Riordan, Rober? 4 1 20 Ripp, Eileen 4 29 Ripp, Richard 4 13 Ritchie, David 4 26, 139 Ritger, Rudy 4 42, 1 19 Ritlond, David 4 48 RiHer, Vicki 4 1 1 1 Rix, Robyn 4 21 Roarfy, Daniel 4 35 Roberts, Gregory 4 34, 143 Roberts, Nancy 448, 132, 136 Robertson, Nancy 4 98 Robichaud, Wayne 4 121 Robinson, Blaine 4 51 Robinson, David 4 33 Robinson, Mark 4 38, 107 Robinson, Mary 4 97, 108, 126 Rockwell, Perry 4 127 Rocole, Larry 4 144 Rodgers, David 4 49 Rodriguez, Manuela 4 23 Roe, Richard 4 16 Roecker, Ronald 4 141, 218 Roelli, Gary 4 51, 218 Roelli, Richard 4 141 Roemer, James 4 39 Roethke, John 4 1 10 Roethke, Linda 4 1 1 1 Rohde, Jill 4 148 Roling, Juanita 4 1 10 Romig, Virginia 4 106 Rose, Charles 4 35 Rosin, Jerry 4 35, 37 Rosinsky, Robert 4 25, 129, 130 Ross, Jeffrey 4 25 Rossing, Gregory 4 218 Roth, Charles 4 46 Roth, Karen 4 22, 126, 130, 147 Roth, Michael 4 101, 122 Rofhering, William 4 39, 101 Rotolo, Lynn 4 29 R0", Laurel 451, 102 Rozunske, Steven 4 13, 101, 1 19, 129 Rozek, Rebeccu 4 124 Ruchti, Lynne 4 48 Rudnitski, Faith 4 47, 123 Rue, Kenneth 4 95 Ruegsegger, Gary 4 137 RueNen, Michael 4 41 Rupiper, Richard 4 96, 218 Rusch, Timothy 4 33 Russell, David 4 43 Russell, Jeffrey 4 49 Russell, Mary 4 218 Russeft, James 4 47 Rutlin, Rick 4 26 Ruud, Charles 4 148 Ryan, James 4141, 219 Ryan, Todd 4 37, 1 10 Rygh, Martha 4 21, 145 S Saager, Dennis 4 28 Saar, Barbara 4 47, 106, 128 Salako, Adebowale 4 1 10 Salova, Cheryl 4 18, 54 Salava, Craig 4 34 Saldivar, Eliseo 4 144 Sampson, Thomas 4 1 34, 143 Sankey, Dean 4 122 Saruzin, James 4 149 Sarbacker, William 4 1 37 Sauck, Richard 4 39 Sauder, Robert 4 28 Saunders, James 4 46 Savatski, Jeffrey 4 41 Soyles, Jay 4 44, 146 Schaaf, Bill 4 219 School, Jeffery 4 32 Schaefer, Timothy 4 27 Schalmo, Linda 4 219 Schcnke, Robert 4 40 Schaub, Gregory 4 219 Schoub, Wallace 4 96, 97 Schuuff, Susan 4 1 17 Schenk, Jerome 4 143 Schesel, Charles 4 146, 172 Scheuers, Barbara 4 50 Schewe, Jerome 4 42, 1 19 Schiela, Jeffrey 4101, 149, 219 Schilke, James 4 51 , 110, 127 Schilling, Jim 4 37 Schindhelm, Michael 4 42 Schipper, Karl 4 120, 1 30 Schirmer, David 4 108 Schlafli, Nate 4 35 Schluge, Richard 4 43 Schmaling, Nancy 4 30 Schmid, Thomas 4 54 Schmidt, Dennis 4 1 19, 136 Schmidt, Kenneth 4 14 Schmidt, Rand 4 15 Schmidtknech', Steven 4 40 Schmied, Allen 4 13 Schmieder, Barbara 4 102 Schmit, David 3 1 10 Schmit, John 3 38, 107 Schmitt, James 3 44 Schmitz, Cary 3 37, 1 3O Schmitz, Debra 3 30 Schmitz, EIIen 3 49, 129 Schmitz, Mark 3 43 Schmitz, Tyson - 121, 144 Schneider, DarLyne 3 128, 129, 130 Schneider, John 3 33 Schneider, Randal 3 43 Schneider, Steven 3 36 Schneller, Ronald 3 34 Schoenenberger, James 3 32 Schoenwaelder, Joanne 3 50 Scholfens, Nancy 3 24 Schoonover, Ruanne 3 29 Schranz, Diane 3 48 Schranz, Yvonne 3 32 Schreck, Steven 3 35 Schrimph, Thomas 3 37 Schroeder, Debbie 3 32, 107 Schroeder, Kevin 3 140 Schroeder, Thomas 3 219 SchueIke, Kurt 3 28 Schuessler, Thomas 3 48, 1 28, 130 Schulte, Rebecca 3 20, 54, 1 19, 135, 138 Schultz, Larry 3 37 Schultz, Laurie 3 2O Schulz, Gary 3 36 Schulz, Robert 3 46, 125, 129, 130, 148 Schuppe, Joy 3 50, 1 19 Schus'er, Cheryl 3 50 Schulz, Sharon 3 22 Schwarz, David 3 35 Schweitzer, Karen 3 24, 148 Schwetz, Gary 3 40, 126, 140 Scott, Ronald 3 13, 219 Scully, John 3 36 Scully, Tim 3 49 Sebastian, Cathy 3 30, 1 26 Seefeldt, John 3 35 Seeger, Barbara 3 48, 219 Seeger, James 3 49, 141 Saffrood, Barbara 3 1 14 Seidel, Angelica 3 51, 102, 108 Seiler, Steven 3 219 Seitz, Jeffrey 3 41, 96, 149 SENIORS 3 190 - 227 Sersch, Ronald 3 219 Sesterhenn, Sieve 3 148 Sevedge, Jamie 3 2O Sevedge, Jo 3 20 Shaffer, Jeffrey 3 26 Shalitu, Joseph 3 1 10 Shanks, David 3 139 Shanks, Kenneth 3 13 Shannon, Sean 3 41, 99, 122 Show, Micheal 3 144 Shedd, Gary 3 48 Shedivy, Eugene 3 40 Shedivy, Gary 3 219 Shedivy, Gloria 3 23, 126, 128 Shefte, Peier 3 96, 219 Shermo, Richard 3 15 Sherry, Myron 3 1 10 Sherven, Duane 3 94, 137 Sherwin, Thomas 3 220 Shields, Mary 3 29, 130 Shinko, Sue 3 130, 132, 138 Short, Theodore 3 121 Shumaker, Clint 3 42 Siarkiewicz, Ann 3 20 Sierk, John 3 220 Siewerf, Dwight 3 1 21 SIGMA P13 145 SIGMA TAU GAMMA3146 -147 Sikes, David 3 39 Sikorski, Leslie 3 19, 123 Silseth, John 3 38 Simafic, Russell 3 14 Simenson, ScoN3 101 , 220 Simison, Linda 3 103, 1 17, 220 Simmons, Bonnie 3 220 Simmons, Rose 3 21 Simms, Dennis 3 144, 220 Simonds, Deborah 3 47, 220 Simonson, Scott 3 28 Simotti, Judithe 3 2O Sirota, Robert 3 28, 144 Sisko, Glemm 3 26, 101 Sins, Diana 3 30, 54 Skaar, James 3 220 Skaar, Timothy 3 96, 97 Skattum, Brian 3 28 Skewis, Charles 316, 108, 111, 117 SKI BUMMERS 3 122 Skoyen, Alana 3 48, 124 Skubal, Thomas 3 220 Skurulsky, Dennis 3 122, 146 Slants, Debra 3 102 Slamu, Richard 3 1 3, 126 Sleight, Richard 3 101 Sleight, Ron 3 43 Sloniker, Merlyn 3 31, 104 Smedema, Thomas 3 143 Smet, Charles 3 146 Smick, Peggy 3 20 Smith, Bradley 3 143 Smith, Catherine 3 30, 132 Smith, Daniel 3 47, 1 19 Smith, David E. 3 121 Smith, Eileen 3 122 Smith, Gerald 3 13, 146 Smith, Kenrick 3 137 Smith, Lawrence 3 14, 220 Smith, Patrick 3 41, 1 10 Smith, Robin 3 48 v Smith, WaIIer 3 42, 96 Smith, William 3 122, 220 Smith, Wilmer 3 96, 122 Sneed, Lindell 3 40, 98, 107 Snodgrass, Michael 3 12 SNO-DIN 3 84 - 89 Snyder, Mariorie 3 23 Snyder, Robert 3 43 So, Fredrick 3 1 10, 220 Soehnlen, Robert 3 48 Soefanta, Michael 3 1 10 Soliman, Kim 3 220 Soltwisch, David 3 221 Soman, David 3 221 Somers, Gerald 3 1 10 Sonntag, James 3 38 Sopher, Diane 3 49 Sorenson, Diane 3 20 5650110, Gerald 3 27 Seward, Fred 3103, 116, 117, 221 Spoulding, Glen 3 101, 1 39 Speaker, Debrorah 3 51 SPECIAL EVENTS 3 52 - 91 Spellman, Leo 3121, 221 Spellman, Raymond 3 96, 121, 221 Sperry, Jed 3 32 Spicer, Randy 3 26, 99 Spidell, Patricia 3 20 Spikermon, Boyd 3 146 Spillane, Mary 3 49 Spoerre, Nancy 3 1 18 Spors, Steven 3 14 SPORTS 3170 - 189 Squire, Donald 3 33 Slaab, Charles 3 47 Siack, Charles 3 28, 1 10 Stock, Patricia 3 147 Stahly, Michael 3 221 Stamos, George 3 107 Stanchak, Peter 3 29 Stanek, Mike 3 33 Stanek, Norman 3 16 Stanton, Jayne 3 29, 1 17, 124 Stanton, Michael 3 35, 1 10 Shark, John 3 15 Siarke, Mark 3 146, 221 Starkey, Kim 3 107 Starren, Dorene 3 95, 221 Starretl, Sharon 3 123, 1 29 Stasny, Catherine 3 18 Siauffucher, Robert 3 94 Stauffucher, Ruth 3 19, 108 S'eger, Janette 3 221 Steger, Wayne 3 221 Stein, Richard 3 16 Steiner, Gail 3 221 Steiner, Sally 3 50, 132 Stenuem, Dale 3 123 S1epanek, Gerard 3 221 Siepanek, Thomas 3 48, 103 Stephens, Carol 3 3O Stephens, Milton 3 221 Stephens, Robert- 102, 108 Steplyk, Michael 3 26 Stevens, Michael 3 15 Stevenson, Kyle 3 16 Stewart, Ellen 3 148, 221 Stiehr, Jon 3 98 Sfillwell, Patti 3 51 Stinson, Marlin 3 221 St. George, Daniel 3 39 Stock, Donald 3 15, 108 Stockinger, Ann 3 44 Stoffel, Paul 3 50 Stogin, Christine 3 135, 138 Stogin, Dennis 3 101, 125, 139 Stonger, Debra 3 32 Strahota, Mary 3 123 S'rande, James 3 46 Strong, Randy 3 98 Stranon, Mary 3 32, 1 14 Shanon, Timothy 3 26, 101, 1 10 Sh'eiff, Kent 3 141 Strobusch, James 3 27 Strommen, Rosann 3 18, 147 Struve, James 3 108 Stuber, Joseph 3 122, 128 Stuckey, Cheryl 3 30, 54, 131 SAB COMMI'ITEES 3116 - 119 STUDENT SENATE 3 114 - 115 Sfudzinski, David 3 31 Stuessy, Ann 3 21, 147 Stuessy, Mark 3 96 Sfuessy, Mary 3 18 Stuhr, Sally 3 54 Stump, Connie 3 18, 147 Svumpner, Thomas 3 100 Sturdevam, Charles 3 222 Sturm, Daniel 3 48 Sturzl, Frank 3 38 Subitch, Joseph 3 16 Sudbrink, Robert 3 42 Sullivan, Brian 3 39 Sullivan, Cindy 3 18, 108 Sulzer, Kristine 3 23 Susedik, Jovita 3 5O Suster, Byron 3 96, 97, 121 Suthers, Mark 3 1 14, 222 Suffer, Robert 3 140, 222 Svec, Marie 3 1 19 Svoboda, Michael 3 41 Swagel, David 3 42 Swangstu, Jo 3 147 Swanke, Allen 3 36 Swanke, Fredrick 3 222 Swaziek, David 3 222 Sweeney, James 3 95, 222 Swenson, Dwight 3 1 3, 94 Swift, Donna 3 18, 125, 222 Sylvester, Susanne 3 222 Symons, Craig 3 26 Syse, James 3 140, 222 Syse, Roger 3 41 T TaH, Larry 3 121 Tainter, Timothy 3 42, 106 TALENT SEARCH 3 105 Tamminen, Robert 3 149 Terrell, Lloyd 3 222 TaIge, Donald 3 121 Tavchen, Bryan 3 1 1 1 TAU KAPPA EPSILON 3 148 Teasdale, David 3 50 Teasdale, Joyanne 3 222 TV SERVICES 3 120 Temperly, Kevin 3 41, 130 Temperly, Roxonn 3 3O Tenney, Phillip 3 46 Teresl, Ross 3 33 Terrill, Linda 3 222 Tesch,Curol3-51,111,113 Tetschlag, David 3 40 Teutschmann, Ruth 3 223 Tew, Rennee 3 135, 136, 223 Tew, Terry 3 98, 1 18 Tews, Virginia 3 19, 103 ThaIacker, Dennis 3 121, 134, 223 Theede, Kevin 3 15, 107, 1 10 THETA TAU 3 149 Thill, Mark 3 27, 99 Thomas, Jefferey 3 223 Thomas, Paul 3 47 Thompson, Kris 3 102 Thompson, Michael 3 33, 101 Thompson, Rick 3 104 Thompson, Tana 3 21 Thrun, Thomas 3 127, 223 Thundercloud, Tracy 3 43 Thyes, Gerald 3 100, 1 10 Tidball, Allison 4 23 Tidbull, Allyn 4 35, 54, 129 Tiedeman, Ricky 4 144, 223 Tilson, Michael 4 47 Timmons, Cheryl 4 51 Tindell, David 4 1 30 Tobin, Jane 4 21 Tobison, Steven 4 15 Tock, Mary 4 135 Toerg, Chris 4 12 Tollakson, Alan 4 31, 110 Tolustid, Gregory 4 1 1 1 Term, Janet 4 132, 136 Tonn, William 4 14 Tornowske, An'on 4 98 Toudrdof, Wayne 4 43 Towns, Mark 4 37 Towns, S1even 4 14, 1 37 Tracy, Judy4 18, 135, 138, 223 Traeger, Carl 4 26 Traver, Richard 4 45 Tresner, Kim 4 100, 124 Trine, David 4 26, 125 Troian, Timothy 4 27 Trollop, Gregory 4 31 Trow, Keith 4 41, 99,118, 123 Troy, Steven 4 49 Trumpy, John 4 108 Trundle, Charles 4 36, 1 10 Tubesing, Richard 4 96, 149 Tuckwood, Debra 4 51, 223 Tuckwood, Pamela 4 18, 124 Tuggle, Donald 4 96, 97, 149, 223 Tunok, Allen 4 41,101,126 Tuntland,Jeune11e 4 108 Turns", John 4 32 Turner, Jan 4 223 Tyson, Gerald 4 16 U Udelhoven, Tony 4 34 Udelhoven, Vickie 4 1 18 Ulrikson, Daniel 4 41 Umhoefer, Diane 4 21 UNIVERSITY CHIROPRACTIC CLUB 4 120 UW-P CHANNEL 5 4129 Updike, Edward 4 121 Urbanek, Daniel 4 98 Uskavi'ch, Duncan 4 13 Uthe, Dale 4 44 Utschig, Theordore 4 37 V Vaassen, Terrence 4 26, 1 1 3 Vagnini, Paul 4 148, 223 Van Alstine, Carol 4 102, 123 Van Alsiine, Jon 4 96, 121, 223 Van Deloop, Thomas 4 224 anden Avond, Martha 4 49 andenboogaard, Keifh 4 1 22 Vande Heuvel, Daniel 4 146, 224 anden Heuvel, Nancy 4 224 VanderVeen, Jane! 4 30, 102, 1 26 anderVelden, William 4 144 an DeWalle, Karen 4 21, 224 an DeWieI, Elizabefh 4 29 Van Dixhorn, Jeffery 4 143, 224 an Dixhorn, Thomas 4 1 14, 1 16, 224 an Nana, David 4 54, 1 27 an Scoy, Mark 4 35 ansliedrecht, Ellen 4 224 anstud, Stuart 4 224 ertien, Sybil 4 224 esperman, Debra 4 20 estuto, Jill 4 102 ETERANS 4 121 ial, Mary 4 30 ick, Charles 4 47, 1 10 ick, Tracey 4 34 iesselmann, Kim 4 130, 137 oegeli, Jocelyn 4 45 oigt, Gerald 4 29 oigt, Marcia 4 23 01915, Thomas 4 1 20, 1 30 Vondran, Rober14 224 Von Ruden, Patricia 4 224 Von Rueden, Donna 4 1 32, 224 Vorwald, Valerie 4 21 Vosberg, James 4 146 Vosberg, Joan 4 99 Vosberg, Robert 4 54, 146 Vosters, Ralph 4 96, 97, 149, 225 Vosters, Roger 4 49 W Wachholz, John 4 1 19 Waelchli, Richard 4 28 Wagner, Curtis 4 121, 225 Wagner, Mary 4 23 Wahlen, Kurt 4 47 Wainwright, Michael 4 225 Wakeen, John 4 48 Walczak, Jan 4 18 Walker, David 4 40 Wallace, Kenneth 4 46 Wallace, Peter 4 37, 127 Waller, Melvin 4 16 Walleser, Mary 4 18 Walsh, Jeffrey 4 36 Walter, Wendy 4 134 Walther, Lynne 4 18, 123 Waltz, Joe 4 36 Wandrey, John 4 35 Wang, Charles 4 1 10 Wantoch, Claudia 4 130, 131 , 225 Waraczynski, Robert 4 36 Ward, Robert 4 95, 225 Washburn, Kenneth 4 99, 225 Watkinson, John 4 143 Weber, Carol 4 18, 34 Weber, Paul 4 14 Weber, Richard 4 41 Weber, Scott 4 15 Wedel, James 4 44 Weeden, Thomas 4 34, 130 Wegener, Debbie 4 138 Wegmann, Angela 4 20 Wegmann, John 4 36 Wagner, Donald 4 101 , 134 Wegner, Paul 4 100 Wehinger, Kathy 4 135 Wehr, Julie 4 225 Wehrley, Carol 4 225 Weigel, Jane 4 130, 135, 225 Weigel, Stan 4 54, 141 Weigt, Nancy 4 30, 134 Weinbrenner, Craig 4 14 Weiss, David 4 225 Weisse, Ted 4 45 Weinenhiller, Curt 4 98 Welch, Jeffrey 4 51, 110, 225 Weller, Edith 4100, 125, 225 Welsch, Bruce 4 226 Welsh, Bur14 25 Welton, Sfanely- 121, 134 Wendlandi, Dean 4 15 Wendorf, Peter 4 226 Wenger, James 4 102 Wenger, Paula 4 20 West, Janet 4 1 30, 1 34 Wester, Gary 4 43 Westermann, David 4 129, 1 30 Westphal, Brian 4 28 Westphal, Marcie 4 22, 99, 226 Wefherell, Daniel 4 1 18, 123, 136, 226 Weygant, Robert 4 130 Whalen, Marilyn 4 20, 54, 125 Whealon, Edward 4 1 13, 143 Wheeler, Deborah 4 1 10 Wheeler, Suzanne 4 135 Whipple, Ranele 4 18 White, David A. 4 36, 1 30 White, David J. 4 51 White, Dennis 4 51 White, John 4 1 16, 136, 226 White, Steven 4 27 Whitish, Richard 4 121 Whitely, Jonell 4 135, 226 Whitsell, John 4 28 Widen, Michael 4 104, 141 Widstrand, Hulda 4 124 Wiegmun, Sharon 4 22, 172 Wienkers, Kevin 4 95, 126 Wiese, Wendy 4 20 Wilcox, Jeffrey 4 36 Wild, Robert 4 28 WILGUS HALL 4 51 Wilke, Joseph 4 101 Williams, Allen 4 44 Williams, Charles 4 226 Williams, Delmar 4 12 Williams, Donna 4 102 Williams, Sally 4 18, 123 Wilson, Carolynn 4 18 Wilson, James 4 29 Wilson, Michael A. 4 15, 226 Wilson, Michael D. 449 Wilson, Roben4 121 Wilson, Thomas 4 35 Winchel, Robert 4 39 Winchip, Wade 4 39 Wineke, Michael 4 226 Winer, Jeffery 4 35 Winkler, Daniel 4 96, 97, 226 Winkler, Miles 4 41 Winslow, Amanda 4 226 Winter, Geriann 4 51 WSUP-FM 4 1 30 Wifek, Rita 4 124, 125, 134, 226 Witmer, 7aul 4 124, 226 Win, Tom 4 36 Wobick, Rober14 96, 97 Wohlfuhrt, Jeffrey 4 226 W011, Arlene 4 99 Wolf, Andrew 4 96, 97, 227 Wolf, Daniel 4 98 Wolfe, Robert 4 26 Wolff, Paul 4 29 Walter, John 4 95, 136, 227 Wonders, Steven 4 44 Wang, Robin 4 1 10 Wood, James 4 100, 227 Woodruff, Donald 4 27, 1 20, l 21 Woods, Steve 4 104 Worth, Margaref 4 32 Wozniak, Robert 4 227 Wright, Sara 4 29 Wubben, William 4 124, 227 Wunderlin, Patricia4100, 107, 123, 124, 135, 138, 227 Wurleer, John 4 16 Wyman, Gregory 4 31 Wyss, James 4 227 Wyss, Richard 4 26 Y Yanke, Jane?- 50 Yanke, Mark 4 34, 137 Yeager, Charles 4 54, 1 30 Yoerg, Christophe 4 101 Yonash, Linda 4 49, 128 Young, Michael 4 16 Young, Rober14 1 19 Z Zabel, John 4 26, 99 Zeinert, James 4 94 Zelaya, Julian 4 32, 95 Zenk, Michael 4 130, 143 Zentner, Wayne 4 136, 227 ZETA TAU OMEGA 4 135 Ziegler, William 4 49 Ziel, Robert 4 227 Ziemer, James 4 35, 54, 99 Ziemer, Paul 4 95, 123, 227 Zieflow, Rebecca 4 108 Zinck, Randy 4 37, 94 Zinnen, Thomas 4 13 Zipperer, Berthold 4 16, 1 14 Zinel, Peggy 4 227 2012, Kenneth 4 39, 227 Index 239 another day has come toan end, folding in to a sunset spectrum an arm y of even ts filter our mind finally there's a calm breeze that whispers today is gone but remembered . . . 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