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NOVEMBER 1976 1 Soccer -- Cornell Col. m 2 Dr. 8'; Birthday 4 ACP Convonfion 5 AC? Conven'ion 6 AC? Convonfion Fooiball -. Sf. Norber? "1 Soccer - Parhida 1T1 Crou Coumry 2 Conference 10 Swimming - Loras1H1 Tom Che pin Mini Cancer? Tumy's Birlhday 1 1 Hrs? Deadline 12 Cross Counfry Disfrid 1 3 Footbau - Siovons Point 11, Soccnr - NMA Area Tourney Cross Counfry - Disfrid 17 18 Cross Counfry Nafionak Swimming - Ripon 1H1 20 Swimming 2 Stevens Point 1H1 23 Basketball - St. Ambrose 1H1 24 Thanhgiving Races; Begins 25 Thanksgiving Day 27 Beskefball 2 U. of Dubuquo 1T1 29 Claxsu Resume Baska'bal1- Upperlowa1H1 DECEMBER I976 1 BashOball - Gr. Bay 111 3 Gymnasiic -- Whifewa'rer 1H1 Madrigal 4 5?, Barbara Day Swimming - Augusfana U1 Wrosfling 2. Parisido 1T1 Madrigal 5 Madrigal 6 Beskofba" - Shvons Point 1H1 7 Dennis's BMhday 8 Sikhs and Bones Wrnfling .. Augusnna U1 9 Siicls and Bones Basketball - Whiiowahr 1T1 1O S+ich and Bones Madrigal Swimming .- LaCrosu 1 1 Madrigal 1 2 Midriqal 1 3 Socond Dudlim 1 4 Bullofboll - Parksido 1H1 1 5 Lu? Day of Classos 1 6 Shady Day 1 7 Finals 18 Finals 19 Commoncomanf 21 Funk Hrs? Sunnis! Ends 22 Chrisfmu Vamfion Begins 25 Chrixfmas JANUARY 31 New Year's Evo 13 Somnhr 11 Begins Rogisfufion 14 Rngidrafion 15 chisirafion Nnional Nofhing Day 17 Chaos Bogin Gory Gilmore is oxocukd 1 8 Buhfball - Rivor Falls HI 1 9 Wruflinq - LuOh-r 1H1 21 Bushfbe" -- Siam 1T1 Badminfon - Madison "1 Third Dudlino 22 Buhfbell - LaCmtu m Swimming .- Whihwnhr 1T, Gymnamc -- 0119090 U, Wrquing - Whihwahr 1T1 30 Eald 5591. Days 3 1 Basketball - Stovvom POEM m 25 Wrasflinq - Shnns Poi!" 1H1 26 Buhfbcll -- Oshkosh m 28 Said 5591- Day: 29 Bald Eaglo Days BasloObll1v- Eau Clairo1H1 Wrosiling - UW2M 1H1 Swimming - Oshkosh 1H1 As my life goes on I believe Somehow some+hing's changed Some+hing deep inside A par+ of me There's a strange new Iigh+ in my eyes Things I've never known Changing my life Changing me I've been searchin' so long To find an answer Now I know my life has meaning Now I see myself as I am V Feeling very free 1 ' Life is every+hing H's mean+ +0 be When my days have come +0 an end I will unders+and Wha+ I leH behind Par'l' of me James Pankow DORMS l3 Dorms FRONT ROW: Craig Clemens, Jerry Somers, Tim Hovey, Dave Klarkowski, Michael BrOCkert Groun d Snodgrass. BACK ROW: Donald McCurdy, William Lindberg, Steve Madsen, Gorgon Gingras, Gene Williams, Bill Hutchinson, Dick Marklein. FRONT ROW: Joel Bornitzke, Ken Cozzie, Tom Herbstreith, Steve BrOC ert 1st Nort Davis, Paul Dean, Ray Scott, Roy Ellickson. BACK ROW: Jim Uskavitch, Dale Coetsch, Scott Cichacki, Bruce Pomerening, Emil Fritz, Mattsu Yeske, David Leege, Russell Filip. I 4 Dorms Brockert 1st South FRONT ROW: Michael Solomon, Paul Nash, Greg Koehler, Mike Erdmann, Tom Gariti. ROW TWO: Ken Lang, Mike Laher, Mike Pheian, Greg Cline, Tom Zinnen, Bill Deppe. ROW THREE: J. Schaff, Peter Dyhan, Ron Kretschmer, Jack O'Malley, Rex W. Brandt, Cary Feyereisen, Den- nis Dalton. BACK ROW: Paul Bajurny, Mike Peters, Randy Bru nette, Greg Noble, Mike Cross, Cordon Selkirk, Kevin Kielski Brockert 2nd North FRONT ROW: Gary Herzberg, Greg Mrachek, Paul Lewis, Chan lie Holtz, Joe Renn, George KiL bride, Neal Hunter, Bill Mergen, John Mauerman. ROW TWO: Paul Beck, Jerry Mayer, Rich Moll, Mike Davies, Duane Arnold, Cory Clickner, Ron Callender, Ross Jesse, Curt Hulce. BACK ROW: Pete McConnell, Jim Lar- son, Bruce Mukholm, Don Erick- son, Gerald Johnson. Dorms 15 16 Dorms Brockert 2nd South FRONT ROW: David Hum, Dave Richardson, Mike Studevant, Dan Anderson, Chuck Berger. BACK ROW: Greg Rockrohr, Jim Hare, John Fenske, Jeff Clapp, Eric Peterson, Mark Metzler, Jay Hansen, Mark Perlewitz, Paul Weber, Kevin Colvin, Bob Cooke, John Stansell, Mark Stammer, Greg Jablonowski, Jerry Pomerening. FRONT ROW: Mark Bowe. ROW TWO: Wink Courchaine, Pat Vickers, Jerry Taylor, Mark Camp, Jerry Pertzsch, Dave Heather, Dean Wendlandt. ROW THREE: Jerry Somers, Tim Leonard, Dave Maile, Mike Stevens, Randy Schmidt, Rex Iohnson, Don Johnson, Marty Olson, Joe Duffy BACK ROW: Rick Shermo, Scott Weber, Dale Kiltleson, Jim Zieman. Brockert 3rd North Brockert 3rd South FRONT ROW: Dave Urban, Jim Hayes, Dan Parizek, Tom john- son, Brent Smith, ROW TWO: Paul Lauringer, Joe Joestgen, Dave Sunly, Bob 8. Stache, Keith Nielsen, Carl VanderGalien. BACK ROW: Demker, Jay Tcl- Iock, Alan Tucker, Terry True- blood, Dave Peterson, Kevin Sel- Ien, Rick Ripp, Bruce Reetz, Mike Croft, Ricky Wehrle Dorms l7 FRONT ROW: Christopher Mueller, Julian Zelaya, Dave Otte, Dale Wrasse, Greg Groom. ROW TWO: Tom Tucker, Tom Sarbacker, Roger McCarthy, Daniel Keenex, Mark Johnson, Bob Keeney, Ken Kvam, Dave Krenn, Carmen Behm. BACK ROW: Dan Gresl, Mike Olp, Mike BrOCkert 4th North Shermo, David Evert, Bill O Brien, Steve McNaughton, Jon Anshel, Mark Bethke, Ron Rank, Eric Teeter, Royal Boeder. Brockert 4th South FRONTROW: Randy Fiedler, Bob Mortenson, Mike MacDonald, Charlie Dolan, James Carter. ROW TWO: Larry Nollan, Mark Janowski, Rick Roe, Shawn McCambridge, Mark Dickinson, Mike Ulrich. ROW THREE: Jerry Tyson, Jeff Cray, Paul Brennan, Dave Norstad, Louie Hein, Ken Nelson. ROW FOUR: Brian Bopes, Kyle Stevenson, Doug Buhler. BACK ROW: Tom Kick, Dan Cook, D. B. Heiman. I 8 Dorms Dobson ?st East FRONT ROW: Brenda Posey, Karen Neff, Mary Bartling, MeIinda Smith, Mary Stuessy, Lesa McKinley, Linnea Ericki son, Judy Heer, Cinda Jeidy, Jeanne French. BACK ROW: Lynn Larson, Val Lillge, Esther Smith, Linda Hoppenjan, Pam Jansen, Sally Williams, Jeanine MCNett, Vicki Darnell, Sherri Brager, Lynn Kuczkowski, Virginia Eckerman, Lori Briick, Jan Frey Dorms 19 Dobson 1st West FRONT ROW: Pamela Aleasky, C. C. Cipriani, Mary Jo Walleser, Ranele Whipple, Jody Bruehl- man, Michelle Buschor, Cynthia Pfleger, Cathy Hayes, Marie Perry, Linda Riegel. ROW TWO: Sue Mergen, Karen Burgess, Nancy Matiofsky, Cindy Edstrom, Pamela Tuckwood ROW THREE: Susan Coad, Pat Stack, Donna Knesting, Carol Mottley. BACK ROW: Julie Day, Cindy Olson, Imelda Ellefson, Julee Behncke, Luanne Ferris, Cheryl Crawford, Christine Adams, Janice Olson, 0 son St out Janet Heer, Emma Williams, Marilyn Whalen, Krisann Pederson, Patty Rude, Linda Bowen. 2O Dorms FRONTROW: Barb Fettis, Kathi Dutcher, Jo Hennessy, Tamra Haufler, Ann Dechant, Donna Madsen. ROW TWO: Leslie Sikorski, JoAnn Petfalski, Deb Anders, Deb Berkvam, Ann McKeough, Jolene Ferris, Karla Coldthorpe. BACK ROW: Le I. Dabson and East Brown, Lynn Budrus, Virginia Tews, JoAnn Feist, Ruth Stauffacher, Kathy Mendels, Marianne Canan. Dobson 2nd West FRONT ROW: Kate Dyar, Leone Alderson, Donna Uppena, Karen Bohmann, Peg Henderson, Mary Mowbray, Denise Touchette, Lois Schreck. ROW TWO: Linda Fransen,Terry Schuster, Janine Schmidt. Crystal Block, Anne Herdina, Toni Roberts, Cindy Lamoureau, lulie Burkhaller BACK ROW: Miranda Holloway, Debbie Underhill Dorms 21 Dobson 2nd South FRONT ROW: Sylvia Rindy, Willa Knaapen, Roxanne Elfering, Bonnie nerud, Ruth Menninga, Cathy Ash, lody McNeal, Karen Roth, Dawn Frie- Boyce, Bev Johnston, Lynn Theusch, Datie Traxel, Patricia Chucka, derich. ROW THREE: Ann Hoff, Lynn Hackl, Kathy Phillips, Tammy Hen- Rosanne Matuszek, Pamela Heibel. ROW TWO: Carol Hooker, Lori Ron- dricks, Gina Martin. BACK ROW:Teresa Chang, Candy Dziak. 22 Dorms FRONT ROW: Kathy Miller, Liz Fealges, Laurie MCArdie, Denise Dolnger, Laurie Reily, Judy Garthwaite. ROW TWO: Rachel Engler, Mary Raymond, Mary Canton- bein, Jane Tobin, Robyn Rix, Debbie Althaus, Rose Simmons, Rose While, Mary Shinn. BACK ROW: Sharon Lund, Val Vorwald, Martha Rygh, Cherie Matejka, She- DObson 3rd East ryll Goldsworthy, Peggy Daffner, Jean McDonald, Cyndy Congdon, Tana Thomp- son. Dobson 3rd South FRONT ROW: Mary Woiler, Donna Foley, Peggy Smk k, Jamie Sevedge, Jo Sevedge ROW TWO: Gail Halverson, Jan Buvll, M J. Post, Sue Schmitz, Sue Krummel. ROW THREE: Lisa Prid- more, Jo Anne Lubkemen, Dclr bie Delano, Patricia Loy, Rae Fritch. BACK ROW: Ann Mimols, Sue Chaney, Sheryl Austin, Mari guerite Anderson, Kathy Pfliogor, Bridget Arens, Karon Hilbor, Betsy Johannes, Wendy Wiosv. Dorms 23 24 Dorms Dobson 3rd West FRONT ROW: Cyndy DeVries, Ruth Nevins, Mary Johnson, Lori Faley. ROW TWO: Monique Schwartz, Deanna Thompson, Madeleine Grunder, Connie Pittz, DeEtte Runaas, Kathy Kern, Gloria Habriga. BACK ROW: Cheryl Schweppe, Kathy Schuepp, Karen Hildenbrand, Angela Zeman, Jean Ehnert, Heidi Ullman, Janet Williams, Linda Brogan, Jan Quade, Caro! Pusch. Julie Horsfield, Marianne Netzel, Peggy Klug, Lesia Dorsey, Karen Owens, Eunice 0 son es Link, Mary Purrington, Maria Spitzbarth, Sharon Marquardt, Liz Wagner, Sandy Rickey, Ginny Crotkin, Kathy Hart, Terrie Bisbach, Darlene Nold, Kathi Linharl, Bernadette Bandi, Lisa Brechler, Sue Heth, Joy Johnson, Karen Schweitzer, Janet Murray, Gloria Baumgartner, Pat Austin, Dana Dahlke Dobson 4th East FRONT ROW: Katie MCAndrew, Sue Klesper, Claire Cowles, Jane Oppriecht, Yvonne DuCharme, Sharon Schutz, Katie Lageman, Ann Wohlfarth, Peggy Peterson, Joanne Wambold, Mary Smale. BACK ROW: Phyllis Gillitzer, Mary Daniel, Linda Dorsey, Donna Grothe, Marianne Kosovich, Karen Reinhardt, Rosemary Senneff, Dawn Oswald. Dorms 25 FRONT ROW: Dawn Van Epps, Sue Case, Sue Lueneburg, Cyndy Burrow, Patricia Knapik, lane "Munchie" Hirsch. BACK ROW: Sandy Fritsch, Carol Friar, Annette Conard, Marie Stuelke, Bernie Vissers, Kyle Jansen, Kathy Quinn, Cathy Simon, Dabson , th 50 uth lenean Krahn, Kris Sulzer, Jean Gerhart, Cheryl VanderHyden, Lynn DeVoe, Chris Kasenow. HANGING: Dale Meyer, Bobbie Euler. VIE X : AKAM $ 26 Dorms Hugunin Ground FRONT ROW: Richard Waelchli, Brian Ulness, Todd Rueckl, Steve Muechow. BACK ROW: Pete Davis, Tim Church, Kerry Cartier, Keith Barth FRONT ROW: Ron Scott, Larry Hart, Brian Bahler, Randy Berner, Steve . Osness. ROW TWO: Jim Prindille, AI Toser, Mark Jansen, Pete Clementi. u un'n St art BACK ROW: Al Higgins, Tom Kettler, Louie Bunker, Tim Davy, Steve Miller, Kurt Jaeger, Mike Lacenski, Jim Gardner. Dorms 27 O Hugunln FRONT ROW: Dave Kropp, Bill Hendrickson, Mike Rice, Tom Fitzger- ald, John Zabel, Joel McNair, John Lynch ROW TWO: John Silseth, Jeff Kepler, Greg Beck, Greg Wolfe, Brian Ulness, Rob Ludwig, Steven Lien, Jack Kucksdorf, Mike Steplyk. BACK ROW: Matt Jutronzka, Rick Rut- ?nd North lin, Donn Dergel, Willie Versnik, Greg Smith, Roland Roe, Norm Wood, Craig Symons, Mark Kilmer. Hugunin 1st South FRONT ROW: Jeff Herberg, Dan Kamps, Dan Smith, Mike Faulks, Rick Koch, Mark Amsdell, Norman Hines. BACK ROW: Mehrshad Mogrhimifard, Bill Weiss, Phil Kenas, Jerry Campbell. 28 Dorms Hugunin 3rd Floor FRONT ROW: Steve Herrman, Cary Phelps, Tom Shannon, John Scharp- ing, Jim Strobusch, David Hanson, Brent Erickson, Curt Johnson. ROW TWO: Doughs Crenawalt, Bill Paduan, Jim Walsh, B. Mann, Mark Thill, Pete Cagliano, Jim Mikkelson, Keith Coffman. ROW THREE: Tchalla Onana, Scott Suan, Dale Close, Dave Couin, Brian Hefty, Steven Schmitt, Mark Koson, Warren DeWitt. ROW FOUR: Mike Pingel, David Badula, Scott Smith, Greg Reineking, Bob Sirota, Dave Thigle, Mike Bray, Mike manta..." Meyers. ROW FIVE: Tony Lang, Tom Rucks, Chris Staszewski, Dan Jacob- son, Tom White. ROWSIX1Jim Schumann, Bill Kennedy, Marshman Bob, Paul Hellermann, Gene Dierauer, Charles Stack, Bob Reppen, Rich Mazur, Gary Peterson. BACK ROW: David Hoberman, Steve Crane, Mitch Matheys, Rodney Titus, Michael Kwiatkowski, Dan Jarosh, Joe Laeser, Mike Balousek, Bob Bodeen. Dorms 29 Hugunin 4th North FRONTROW: Lance Lederman, Rick Hedrich, Greg Thousand, Mark Foster, Kevin Bertram, John Lecker, Mark Jus- tesen, Jay Erfurth, Randy Bechtolt, Mike Horton, Cary Kniep, Gregg Swenson, Ion Rohrer, Doug Powell, Jim Magestro. ROW TWO: John Bourke, Carter Paine, Larry Gust, Scott Carlson, Brian Schilt, John Ornes, BACK ROW: Craig Buchanan, Stan Jones, Mike Fryed, Jeff Pierce, Bob Wild. Hugunin 4th South 30 Dorms FRONT ROW: Randy Spicer, John Whitsell, David Leahy, Jon Rathke, Blaine Hilgewdorf, P. R. Schneider, John A. LeBrun, Tom Levenhagen, Mark Surber, Keith Mobarry, Jerry Barrelte, G. Kruegn. ROW TWO: Jim Bruni, Bryan Novey, Howard Kaney, Alan Gabriel, Dave Knaack, Pete Leege, Tim Isom, Brian Kochanski, Dan Kirkpatrick, Truc Ho, Rick Smith, Chris Luttrell, BACK ROW: Mark Parson, Ted Custin, Mark Koeppel, Mark Jacoby, Jeff Hermann. FRONT ROW: Jubal Creamer, Clay Riness, Kevin Tempas, Randy Smith, Steve Burgess. ROW TWO: Steve Schotten, Kent Hutchins, Mike Hengel, Dar- rell Miller, Loren Ebert. ROW THREE: Pat Hoffman, Tom Davis, Mike Ehly, Randy Mell, Steve Johnson, Steve Huelsbeck, Gerald Voigt. BACK ROW: Joe Green, Larry Brown, John Jones, Mike Hansen, Scott Egan McGregor 1st West Hugunin 2nd South FRONT ROW: Dan Ciano ROW TWO: Bob Byrnes, Wes Carius, Dave Brunquell, Loyal Kletzien, Tim Burnosky. ROW THREE: John Neville, Pete Conroy, Terry Vaas- sen, Bill Pulkinen, Greg Goetz- men. ROW FOUR: Steve Chris- tensen, Mark Merry, Dave Hoffi man, Leland Miche, Karl Ziegler, Mike Metcalfe, Rick Burbank, Marty Matzinger BACK ROW: Tom Prellwitz, Kevin Bonde, Tom Murphy, Pat Doran, Joe Werner, Larry Foster. Dorms 31 McGregor 1st East and 2nd Wes FRONT ROW: Pam Kaap, Anne Grunder, Jenni Pickel, Donna Vollmer, Brenda Knudson. ROW FOUR: Dick Durkopp, Laurie Winslow, Jo Byrd, Sandy Hageman. ROW TWO: Cathy Cook, Carol Stephens, Don Frohv Cathy Coldthorpe,Paul Oleson, Dawn Harwood, Jo Hoenig. ROW FIVE: mader, Steve Crevcours, Dennis Drzowiorki. ROW THREE: Heide Bruni Mary Pettengele, Dale Barclay, Laurie Bohnhoff, Sue Jeglum. BACK ROW: kow, Scott Denure, Mark lerdoo, Mike Eastman, Tom Broge, Dick Alwin, John Andrews, Bud Hanson, Rich Krebs, Lyie Jeske. 32 Dorms McGregor 3rd Floor FRONT ROW: Mendon Gilbert, Tom Norby. ROW TWO: Mike Schwartz, Jim Kugler, Tim Johnson. ROW THREE: Dan Riefengerg, Rob Lauersdorf, Tom Genthner, Pete Clark, Gary Powell. ROW FOUR: Rick Kasperzak, Frank Perjgini, Steve Brooks, Carl Ramquist, Joe Koenen, Paul Jacobson, Frank Larson, Dale Kauzlaric, Dick Schultz, Jeff Christensen, Dan Hobson. ROW FIVE: Bob Turek, Chris Casanova, Greg Randall, Greg Walters, Mike Studelska. BACK ROW: Ed Edgington, Mark Kruger, Ken Butterbrodt, Jerry Foellmi, Bert Zip- perer, Will Schartner, Bill MiHer. Dorms 33 FRONT ROW: Janine Beck, Corrine Zarder, Judy Whalen. ROW TWO: Eileen Ripp, Cathy Hrovat, Monica Buser, Pam Kroll, Kathy Graupman, Wendy Kennett, Jan Barbian, Lori Borcherding, Helene Bethke, Mary Herzfeldt, Blanche White. ROW THREE: Joan Kastenholz, Gail Dunwid- die, Sandy Schneider, Nancy Rassmann, Cloriann Swinehart, Mari Strang, Pat Adamson, Ray Richards, Jolene Bayer. ROW FOUR: Jan Lawrenz, Jill McGregor 4th Floo Cehn, Shelly Lee Matykowski, Patty Grothin. ROWFIVE: Kerrin McArdle, Kim Sears, Janeen Robertson, Vicki Christensen, Denysse Annen, Cheryl Cook, Ruanne Schoonover, Margo Klassy, Karen Hermanson. ROW 5le Kim Mink, Kathy McCauley, Jackson Parks, Martha Worth. BACK ROW: Jill Courtney, Marlene O'Lark, Janice LeoneKania, BetusJean Bruner. 34 Dorms FRONT ROW: Mary Stogin,1ane Abrahamzon, Vickie Falk, Denise Artache, Cathy Sebastian, Teresa Kirkeeng, Susan Holland. ROW TWO: Milli Sherman, Nancy Jay, Rick Oertel, Mary Engels, Brenda Hirst, Joann Lohr, Pag Gandyra. BACK ROW: Debbi Gilles, Bev Gilbertson, Pam Retali MCGre or and East lick, Teresa Schellinger, Peg O'Neil, Cindy MCKeIlips, Linda Dziedzic, Rose Wastart, Martha Prestegard, Julie Wetten Tom Daniels, L P. Schneider, Bruce Kaniewski, Ben Schmelz, Bear Brandt, Walr ter Austin, Jon Kopecky, Gary Berg, Stoney Robinson, Randy Poppe, Ken Kluck, M e C er 1st ast Dan Gander, "Schwinn" Page, llSquirrel" Welsh, 11802" Thompson, Steve Rip. Iey, Tom Finger, Steve Johnson. Dorms 35 ? s 5 g s i i 5 s M elcher 1st West FRONT ROW: Dale Rasmus- sen, Dale Dingman, Dan Hartwig, Tim Pederson, Tom Hooker, AI Hooker ROW 'TWO: Bill Cralley, Tim Rusch, Todd Ryan, Dave White, Bill Keener, Jim Knop, BACK ROW: Jeff Bratz, Steve Depies. FRONTROW: Doug Hull, Mike "Kite" Kopf, Erin HMunChkinN McFadden, Roger G C er 2" East PinkerL ROW TWO: "Mac" McDermott, Dean C. Allen, Gary Roth, L, David Rice, Tim Kirley, Mike "Pinger" Pings, Paul Azwicar, Keith Cohen ROW THREE: Bill Hains, Dave Benson, Don Petross, Gregg Williams, Kim Smith, Mike Pollack, Ken Crothers, Dan McGowan, Jim Hofrichter, Roman Mezyck, Roger Jacobsen, Bob Pauli. BACK ROW: Randy Colackson, Bob Lighter, Scott HlkeV' Reit'hard. 36 Dorms FRONT ROW: Steve Crube, Craig Salava, Ron Thienfelder, Greg Raube, Mark Creycarek, Glenn Schroeder. ROW TWO: Tracy Vick, Mike Simmer, Ron Crane, Tony Udelhoven, Jeff Lyle, John Dudzinski. ROW THREE; Kim Keesey, Chuck Anderson, Wayne Ger- lach, lohn Ackley, Steve Treutel, Joe Riemer BACK ROW: Bryan Laskowski, Bill Carbe, K. Reed Sherman, Roger M. Coureluds, T m Cady, Steve Williams, Steve Kehl, Paul Reinke Melcher 2nd Dorms 37 M elcher 3rd West FRONT ROW: Rick Melby Steve Meier, Chet Nelson, Corey Peterson, Steve Latakas, Ralph Johnson, Chris Batterman, Tim Harrmann, Timmy Farnham. ROW TWO: Timothy May, Kerry Maki, Larry Welch, Phil Ethridge ROW THREE: Tim Trainor, Dean Havens, Terry Sheean, Royce Strang Jeff Sharpee, Fred Rad- spinner, Kevin Temperly, Tom Witt, Tom Weeden, Steve Knuteson, Denyse Annen, Tadeusz Kaczor. BACK ROW: David Konsella, Jeff Pederson, Ed Plueger,Ted Pennekamp. 38 Dorms M elcher FRONT ROW: Tom Wolfram, Gregg Elmergreen ROW TWO: Michael 3r Anderson, Steve Mahr, Mike Friar, lohn Davies, Jim Garvin. ROW THREE: Rodney Fritz, Gordie Grube, Mikie Mochurick, Stevie Glynn, Mark Gasv sutt, Bill Garvin, James Berger. ROW FOUR: Norm Jacobs, Tom Wilson, A! Willert, Dave Wesener. BACK ROW: Paul Guisler, Mike Garner, Jeff East Treske, leff Winer, Harv Swanson, Larry Dornink, Jeff Simkowski. Dorms 39 40 Dorms Dean Amhaus Dennis Badtko Dave Barr Scott Bittlo John Borud Dave Broberg Lance Flejler Brad Cami Tim Griffin , Mark Gruenfelder Russ Hanson Dave Hardyman Jim Hilby Dan Johnson Curt Kerscher Chris Kraemer John Litter Mike Marks Kurt Miller Paul Monnier Bob Nigh Matt Potter Randy Schneider lohn Stully Joe Waltz Robert Waracxynski Dave Willaims Keith Wohlfert Dave James lerrv Johnson M elcher 4th Eas M elcher FRONT ROW: Russell KoepseH, Peter Wallace, Randy Zinck, Terry Sosalla. 4th ROW TWO: Roger McDermotI, Richard Brown, Peter Brandt, Terry Buttchen, Tom TeRonde, Jeffrey Meyer, Brian Doyle, Pat Hardyman, Scott Ingwell, Steve Karpowicz, Dave Fry, Michael Crase, Jim Joy, Christian Cej- pek, Jerry Rosin. BACK ROW: Greg Arnold, John Cain, Tom Schrimpf, west Tony Meckma, Mark Towns, Curtis Shager, Philip Onosko. Dorms 41 FRONTROW' Jeff Fowler, Paul Brown, David Lemke, Richard Brunette, Corey Koebernick. Morro W Ground BACK ROW: Chad Cordle, Steve Behl, Bob Polley, Jim Friederick, Tim Eirich, Steve Anciaux, Tom Barnes, Allan Erdman, John Schmidt. Morrow 1st East FRONT ROW: Rick Baker, Brian Berg, Darrell Fischer, Bob Christianson. ROW TWO: Steve Lee, Larry Schuurmans, Jeff McBride, Paul Motquin, Jim Favreau. ROW THREE: Dave Moe, Brian Sullivan, Bob Russell, Cary Rasmussen, Jim Becker. BACK ROW: Lee Novak. 42 Dorms FRONT ROW: Danish Rearend, David Jonda, Bean Tschanz, Aerial Wings, Ceps Gallmann, Rich Runner, Tim Angel, David Torpedos, Jeff lanz. ROW TWO: Tom Bonehead, Winsome Wade, Jock, Tiny, Spooner Craze, Jensen, Ed Haas, Pim Jiper, lati Suwanto. BACK ROW: 1. J. Reels, R. K. McConnell, Todd Johnson, Mad Morro W 151' west Dalecki, Charles DeCrave III, lim Fowler, Jeff Jones, Taco. Morrow 2nd East FRONT ROW: Jim Bandt, Steve Schmidtknecht, Joe Coenen, Larry Roth- ering, Bill Dean, Joe Spellman, Robert Schanke, Dave Statz, John Olsen, Tom Phillippi, Nick Sturzl. ROW TWO: Dave Russell, Dennis Hollander, Russell Cle- ven, Wayne Tourdot, Andy Burish, Glen Rauwerdink, Bill Rothering, Dave Jones BACK ROW: Craig Pfingsten, Steve Behl, Scott Pennington; Dave Walker, Torn Krause, Jon Bartz, Tom Lato, Dan Klarner, Steve Dietrich, kff Marshall. Dorms 43 FRONT ROW: Ross Ladwig, Glenn Sisko, Tom Hvizdak, Steve Sprinkel, Randy Reed, Dave Swagel, Steve Bartels, Mark Pedretti ROW TWO: lim Hutchison, Tom Karrels, Pete Krueger, Sean Shannon, Jerry Shelby, Pete Csiacsek, Roy Born, Bob Peters, Roger Syse, Rick Coenen, Steve Jirschele, Jeff Seitz, Dave Buschkopf ROW THREE: Rich Haszel, Rich Weber, Jan Morro W -nd west Kucher, Dan Pustina, Terry Loughrin, Deb Delano, Collier MacCowan. BACK ROW: Mike Hayek, Miles Winkler, Pat Smith, Dave Schuelke. FRONT ROW: Ron Sleight, Dick Schluge, Moufdy Louah, Terry Pearson, Pat Moureau, Mark Engelson, Perry Kuz- nor, Kurt Cook, Mark Knudson BACK ROW: Mark MCSherry, Kirk Leach, Tom Sake, Mike Ruotten, Kevin Kurek, Jeff Dahl, Tom Peterson, Tracy Thunder- Cloud, Jeff Jetton, Larry Klawitter, Tom Kubsh Morrow 3rd East FRONT ROW: Geoff Anderson, Keith Trow. ROW TWO: Tim Crockford, Dave Har- Ian, loel Treat, Bill Jurkowski, Lee VanDixhon ROW THREE: Bruce Olson, Brian Wolff, Doug Rick, Steve Polodna, Tom Kammel, Ryan R. Berg. ROW FOUR: Doc, Tom Rundle, Scott Saunders, Rick Parkins, Brian Dom, Jim Reisor, Ron Brown, Leary McCarthy, ROW FIVE: lohn Avery, Dan Ulrikson, Alan Gerth, Darrell Hamilton BACK ROW: Dale Franke, Brain T. Bettinger Dorms 45 46 Dorms M orrow 3rd West John Cuta, Rudy Ritger, Walt Smith, Bill Johnson, Tim Tainter, Bob Reisen- ger, Leonard Hauser, Keith Liston, Craig Keller, Dick Kunde, Bob Sud brink, Mark Robinson, Dan Kelly, Mike Henrichs, Frank Luzak, Dennis Timmel, Norm Harris, Craig Garfoot, Jeff Spiller, Paul Kjorlie, Pete Deets, Dennis Stearett, Bruce Wehrs, Rod Nelson, Bruce Bowles, Dick Reisenger. FRONT ROW: Duane Becker, Bob Gerth, Bill Kratt, Jerry Schewe, Patrick Brady, Jim Cox, Rand Schneider, Kevin Wandron. BACK ROW: Mansfield Schneider, "Burnout" Kuss, Goober Pyle, Hank C. Rank, Rick Jacobson, John Myers, Greg Hoverson, Scott Kersten, Mark Kennedy, Greg Herbers, Von Hanson, Dave Crutzik, Steve Croshan, Khosro Shabtaie, Nindyo Sukardjo, Tonu Barbeau, Evean Davies, Morro W 4th West Cliff Graves, Bob Kettell, Armin Peterson Pickard Ground FRONT ROW: Chales Skewis, Scott Napp, Mike Peteson, Rod- ney Verdine. ROW TWO: Wayne Knudtson, Tom Hemmy, Cordon Butzine, Bob Ice. BACK ROW: Randy Belstra, Brian James, Gabriel Bridgmon. Picka rd 1st West FRONT ROW: lanet L McMahan, Nancy Nicmann, Theresa Klemm, Mary Jirovec, Audrey Wehrman, Theresa Hill, Claudia Aide, ROW TWO: Sue Babb, Kim Grun- inger, Dawn Boettcher, Yvette Bray, Julee Leuonberger, BACK ROW: Lorraine Groom, Katie Garrity, Pat Menzel, Donna Woods. . FRONT ROW: Don Okcugil, Ray Kelley, Jim Nally, Robert Kaufman, Dave Neis, PIC a r 4t East Joe Pirozzoli, Steve Borroughs, Mark Janikowski, Marshall Newhouse, Herbert H. Harris, Dave Eddy, Bob MCCutChin, Mark Terry. ROW TWO: Randall Lafrenz, Ed Wunsch, Gary Hoagland, Dave Jones, Jim Citz, Rob Rusk, Marc R. Vroman, Frank Gehrt, Cary Johnson, William Denkert, Mike Kardian, Jim Coehoorn, Mark Jacob, Dave DeNure, Steve Weisensel. BACK ROW: Brian Westphal, Mary liro- vec, Denny Saager, Jim Mudroch. 48 Dorms Picka rd FRONT ROW: Randy Peterson, Phil Steinbruecker. ROW TWO: Bob Woit, 1st Bill Fischer, Mike Anderson, Bruce Sampson, Gary Scherer, Brian Barbuch. ROW THREE: Pat KeHy, Pat Hilliard, Tom Olszewski, Ryke Roberts, Harry Suszko, James Chick, Dave Ritchie, John Ball, Bruce Woboril. BACK ROW: Rich Dale, Roger Ferries, David "Zinko" Zinkiewilz, Don HBaIdieH Bald- East win, Paul Kuzdas, Mark Hedrich, Joe Januzzi, Del Siebert, Dan Greve. 1st East Flyers Dorms 49 50 Dorms Pickard 2nd Floor TOR FRONTROW: Harley Didrickson, Jayne Cack ciapuoti, Lexy Lovato, Beverly Warfield, Laureen LeNoir, T. Shaw, Brad Novinski. ROW TWO: Joe Kostyn, Laura Mrowinski, Jill Scheldrop, Rondi Bautch, Sharen Liddicoat, Terry Biel, Linda VanD- erMost. ROW THREE: Sharon Selves, Jackie Voegeli, Paul Hoch, Julie Udell, Beth Binash, Ron Peterson. BACK ROW: Stuart Ashmore, Dan Cabel, Trish Hermsen, Bernie Tippett, Nancy Sebastian, Bill Tenckhoff, Mike Meer BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Debra Moritz, Vickie Gibson, Christine Crook, Lea Ann Katzer, Kathy Littel, Luann Gebler, Nadine Black, Lisa Boland, Janice Lind. ROW TWO: Tammy Kennedy, Dennis Drye, Robert Cotter, John Dahms, Roger Peterson, Jeff Rowe, Bill Bruckbauer. ROW THREE: Mike Gust, Tim Zornow, Dion Dedolph, Tod Hamilton, Tim Juran. BACK ROW: Tim Jenkins, Lonnie Achenbach, Roxane Ruppert, Mike Breyer, Jean Moreland, Diane Wende, Fran McKenzie, Mark Picard, Jeff Smith, Wai Leung Chui. FRONT ROW: Carl Schmidt, lim Lund Greg Quam, Terry Pickett, Ted Blum, Mark Meyers, Mike Swoboda, Larry McCauley, Craig Semingson, Glen Kedzie. ROW TWO: Kathy Lipska, Carolyn Scheidegger, Chris Kennedy, Cindy Solofra, Carol Larson, Pat Zellmer, Joanne Warren, Alisa Saeter, Jan Ottman, Cherie Ziemer, Robin Williams. ROW THREE: Diana Paulson, Betty Wilder, Perry Hubert, Cindi Zoelk, Jeanna Washburn, Tim Wlater, Tim Ryan, Janet Meyer, Dave Lindeman, Gertchen Harris, Bill Hensen, Pete Glassen, Larry Knuth, Joe Cibulka, Ann Stockinger. BACK ROW: Jim Zernik, Nancy Nelson, Pat Hoyt, Bob Pope, Merry.Alyce Kennedy, Tom Bruske, Bob Koch. Pickard 3rd Floor Dorm 51 52 Dorms Picka rd 4th FRONTROW: Robert Burns, Scott W. Zantow, Dan Blinks, Dave Tibbetts, James Strack, Jim Nottoli, Tom V. Scheider, Timothy M. Marko, Mike Hackbarth, Jim Connors. ROW TWO: Al Lammers, Jim Nielsen. BACK ROW: lohn Thompson, Jay Hassinger, Randy Gartland, Larry Arrowood, West Greg Liermann, Steve Montague, Doug Wilhelms, Joe Scholze, Mike Valuch, Rob Muller, Unknown III, Greg Jordan, LADDER: Dave Bieganski. "4th WEST HAS LOTS OF BOUNCE." FRONT ROW: David Himmerich, Donald Cupp, Jon Wagener, Steve Bur- lingame, Jim Miller, Pat Conard, Jeff Drees, Mike Tilson, David Keleher, Barb Saar, Sue Elev, Mary Jo Fay, Linda Bartell, Laurie Schultz, Annmarie Breakey, Karen Dean. BACK ROW: Jim Russett, Dave Becker, Steve Ketc- ham, Randy Fowler, Craig Hillman, Robert Cupp, Amber Cluver, Peter Spangler, Rick Bierlich, Mary Johnston, Jerry Roberts, Terry Kittson, Steve Tobison, Clark Bushmeyer, Gerard Abing, Brian Knors. Porter 1st Floor Dorms 53 ;, Porter 2nd Floor FRONT ROW: Doretha Scott, Kathy Meisel, Mary Reese, John Oldenburg, Beth Fox, Rick Byrd, Barb Seeger, Bruce Wilson, Mary Barger, Jim Heideman, Margie Bolton, Dave Lambert, Ginny Tudor. ROW TWO: Chris Yoerg, Lynne Ruchti, Melodie Culver, Jean Nachreiner, Brian Matzke, Dan Brancel, Melinda Myhre, Corinne Mills, Rick Lemahieu, Dave DeBruine, Randy Viney, John Olson, Randy Pfaff. BACK ROW: Dan Mrotek, Curt Richason, Jo Morrissey, Wayne Budrus, Pat Doughman, Don Pack, Dan Parr, Gary Hanson. Porter 3rd Floor BOTTOM TO TOP: David J. Klocek, Mike Stanton, Andy Garcia, Roger Vosters, Mark S. Dahlman, John Werth, Lew Harrison, Kathy Poughergy, Jovita Susedik, Pat Francis, Bruce Hupfer, Kurt Soschinske, Abdulla AL Khalaf, Ray Sommerfeldt, Ronda Pettey, Tim Burke, Theresa Mottley, Gary Walrord, Cary Kolb, Lance Hernkind, Mary Jury, Scott Conn, Bill Ziegler, Mike Payne, Mary Spillane, Sheri Bane, Pam Engler, Greg Clift, Rick Wolf, Kevin Rickerman, Jerry Naukee, Randy Laper, Sue Kaempfer, Lori Anthony, Dave Henry, Mike Wiseman, Linda Yonash, Maggie Smith, Jane Piddington, Belinda Kein, LuAnn Jansen, Martha VandenAvond, Michael Bertling, David Baxter, Keith Hill. 56 Dorms FRONT ROW: Monica Moravec, Kay Kolberg, Beth Ross. ROW TWO: Mary Hicks, Kathy Hoaglan, Cris Nolan, Cheryl Schuster, Carol Ashby, Doreen Saager, Karen Peterson, Lisa Lundberg, Nancy Ross, Sue Malloly, Sandy Spahn, Connie Berner, Sue Neitzel, Lori Olson, Maureen Nott, Debbie Precia", Ellen Bartling, Jean Mick ROW THREE: Dave Teasdale, Brad Mowry, Jerry Schmitz, Mark Lustig, Dick Schwabenlander, Mike Porter 4th Floor Fischer, Mark Hoagoe, Dave Wehrley, Carl Rausch ROW FOUR: Tom Christman, Eric Johnston, Mike Yeager, Dave Gross, Eric Johnson, Mona Meyers, Jane Fransen, Sue McDonald. ROW FIVE: Dan Urbanek, Tim Walsh, Gene Hayes, Rich Marusinec, Cary Cobus, Lisa Ullmer. ROW SIX: Lynn Spawgler, Lynn Washburn, Karl Schroeder, Mark Sethne, Paul Schowalter, BACK ROW: Dave Nalepinski, Jeffrey Nelson. FRONT ROW: Dave Smith, Jim Binash. ROW TWO: Diane Brown, Renne Heinzen, Kathy MrCinnis Barbara Klaus Jim Schilke, Elmer, Dave Ander- son. ROW THREE: Paul Passe, Kevin Kramer, David Lee, Jake Jacobsen, Janice Reinhart, Brian Dunn, loan Raymer, Eric lmhof. ROWFOUR: Myron Hafele, Steve Olson, Mary Nicholas, Rick ?chur, Scott Martin, Lynne Walthers, Ceanna Zimmer, Steve Dittmar, Tony Pellatt, Patrick Fur- gas, Rich Potter. ROW FIVE: Jim Buchner, Teresa McCabe, Rosann Strom- men, Pete Kelly, Mary Hoosly, Debbie Wehner, Cheri Salava, Jan Walzak, Deb Hickson, Susan Polebitski. ROWSIX: Eugene Degner, Blaine Robin; son, David Wilson, Mark Koenen, Mark Corbett, ROW SEVEN: John Jacobson, Kurt Hoppen, Merlin Raab, Larry Poehls. BACK ROW: Mike Wilson, Dale Loeffelholz. Wilgus 1st and 2nd Floor Wilgus 3rd East and 4th East FRONT ROW: Herb Wilm, Mike Muther, Joe McDonald, Sally Ceddes, Cappelle, Cindy Sue Hillmer, Kenny Maikett BACK ROW: Paul Probsl, Mary Thompson. ROW TWO: Mike Pierce, Rosemary Skubal, Dianne Gerry Casper, Dave Ain't, Sto Pendus, Lou Gubrious, Warren Pease, Dick Mueller, Bob Kollath, Tom Olaughlin, Sally Foth, Beth Howell, Cheryl Cuzinia, Ben Dover. 58 Dorms FRONT ROW: Geriann Winter, Cheryl Timmons, Janice Reinhart, Celia Mahue, Linda Freund, Laura Banfield. ROW TWO: Pat Murphy, Steve Lavey, Denise Kass, Chuck Scadden, Cameron Johnson, Janet Wentz, Paula Haville, Lori Severson, Patty McGuire, Linda Krug Johann, Steve Akkala, Laurel Rail, Jerry Pink. BACK ROW: Tom Walf, Scott Robillard, Deb Behnke, Larry Akers, Dave Matt, Craig Baxter, Nick Candolph, Jim Meyer, leff Stapleton, Bruce Bryant Wilgus 3rd West and 4th West Dorms 59 SPECIAL EVENTS Specnol Events 61 Homecoming 1976 HOMECOMING COMMITTEE. FRONT ROW: Kathy Mendels, Lori Carpenter, Linda Cay, Alice Giddings, Cindy Sullivan. ROW TWO: Mary Engler, Jan Vander- veen, Randy Berner, Chuck Cord- ing, Rondi Bautch, Janet Buech- ner, Karen Roth, Carrol Stephens. BACK ROW: Pat Crombie, Bob Christianson, Pat Murphy, Margie Bolton, Cary Feyereisen, Tim Eirech, Keith Barth, Jerry Smith, Randy Reed, Kevin Curly, Greg Heine, Katie Apps, Mike Kopf, Kim Viesslman, Jennie Pickle, Bill Langmier, Darrell Fisher, Tim Hansen, Terry Liesch, Kerry Dunn, Jim Binash, Sue Goetschel, Steve Krebsbach, Kathy Mayer, Jeff Phillips. Though February seems rather early to begin thinking about Homecoming, committee co-chairmen rondi Bautch and Chuck Cording were hard at work with prepa- rations for the 1976 version entitled "Rickety-Rak, The Spir- it's Back," a theme dealing with the "roaring twenties." The festivities began with Games Night on Wednesday evening, October 6th. Campus-goers showed their accu- racy with the frisbee, flexed their muscles in the Tug-of- War, withstood great burdens of weight in the pyramid build, crammed themselves into an already-crowded VW, and trod over countless blades of grass in the gunny-sack races. Results showed that Morrow and Dobson halls tied for first place in the dorm division, AGR'S and KAE's each shared the honor in the Greek division, and the Vets Club took first place among the organizations. Afterwards, stu- dents congregated at the Student Center to listen and dance to the sounds of "Babyface" at the aII-school party. Shawn Phillips and Sunblind Lion brought their musical talents to the Williams Fieldhouse for the Homecoming concert on Thursday night, October 7th, before a rather small audience. Originally Doug Kershaw had also been scheduled to appear, but was forced to cancel due to ill- ness. Phillips captivated the audience with his smooth gui- tar work and fluent voice, while Sunblind Lion aroused concert-goers with a hard-rock presentation. Campus "hams" were given an opportunity to do their thing on Stunt Night held Friday evening, October 8th. Diana Sitts and Mark Johnson acted as MC's for the occa- sion. Personalities of distinction, such as Laurel and Hardy, the Marx brothers, Keystone Copys, and W. C. Fields were portrayed. Pickard Hall, the Sigma Pi's, and MENC captured the top position in their respective divisions for Stunt Night presentations. 62 Homecoming "Rickety-Rak the Spirit's Back!" Highlighting the night was the crowning of the 197 Homecoming King and Queen. The five Homecomin couple candidates were Dick Marklein and Mary Engle representing Sigma Tau Gamma; John Day and Patti Pich representing Kappa Alpha Sigma; Kurt Hoppen an Roseann Strommen, representing Wilgus Hall; Rick Byr and Bridget Arens, representing Dobson Hall; and Bo Benes and Jan Walczak, representing Phi Sigma. As th result of the alI-school election Kurt Hoppen and Rosean Strommen were chosen to reign over the final activities The yell-like-hell finals were held afterwards in the gym; . bonfire followed. Saturday morning revealed sunlit skies, realms of colorfu papers and pageantry as the Homecoming parade marche through town. Numerous area high school bands, togethe with the University band, added musical accompanimen to the sight of floats, cheerleaders, antique cars, and all els- that would make up a good parade. Clowns provided . "big hit" with members of all ages as they distribute candy and performed silly tricks in an effort to make th parade a happy event. For the eleventh year in a row, the Pioneers were victori ous in their Homecoming game, edging the Stout Bluede vils 10-7. The win was the fifth of the year for the Pioneers The University band and the Rangerettes made their half time appearances along with the presentation of King Kurt Queen Roseann, and their court. Overall winners in th- Homecoming competition were Hugunin Hall in the dor division, Delta Sigma Phi for the Greeks, and MENC for th. organizations. Homecoming came to a finale Saturday night with the tra ditional lighting of the "M." Later that evening the Home coming dance was held with Midwest Express, a predomi nantly soul band, providing the music. 3 6 9 .m m o C e m o H e. ,: E 6 ; 64 Homecoming Homecoming 65 66 Homecoming Homecoming 67 9 .m m o C e m o H 8 6 Homecoming 69 FRONT ROW: Jim Strobusch, Kathy Mendels. ROW TWO: Mark Thill, Deb Bruehlman ROWFOUR: Dan Kamps, Sheila Bennett, Lisa Lundberg, Denny Saager, Kevin Sellen, Jim Walsh, Marty Brown, Steve lohnson, Gor- Cyndy Burrow, Louis Bunder, Dave Badula, Dave Matty, Dave Krenn, Cary die Crube ROW THREE: Katie Traxel, Bev Johnston, Jan Murray, Linda Rom. BACK ROW:AI Tidball, Larry Hart, Dan McGowan,Craig Hillman. Dziedzic, Milli Sherman, Corinne Mills, Mary Mowbray, Melinda Myhre, 70 RH Week While the rest of the campus was actively engaged in Sno-Din activities, Co-Chairmen Kathy Mendels and Jim Strobusch busied themselves with the final preparations for RH Week, held April 21st thru May 1st. Following the theme of "Hall Together Now," a wide assortment of activities encouraging dorm spirit and unified hall participation were Chosen. Traditional park games coincided with the Picnic Supper held at College Park. Other events, such as a dance marathon, bike and auto rallies, and swim games provided competition. Glenview provided special breakfast and luncheon attractions for meaI-ticket holders throughout the week. On the intellectual side, nationally known speaker Sigmond Olsen provided commentary on environ- mental programs and problems currently affecting society. Offering interested students information on the gamut of current events was the purpose of forums held by the individual dorms. For the "good times," RH Week sponsored an All- School party, a free showing of the Mel Brooks movie "Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother," and one full evening of music. The outdoor concert featuring Moses wailing their progressive rock, and Stone-Ground offering rhythm and blues, was con- cluded in the 'Vous Room as Dawre Band helped keep us fired-up. Special highlight of the week's events was the ngand opening" of Wisconsinis initial PAR COURSE. . . a combination exercise-jogging range located behind Glenview Commons. RH Week 71 Madrigal 12:: W: m ,2 5:4, wag ?;?;;;?i in $ 72 Madrigal by Terry Croft 1'And the musicls not immortal, but the world has made it sweet." Alfred Noyes "The Barrel Organ" Perhaps these words sum up as well as any others what the Madrigal dinner means to many different people. While there are those who would argue that the music is indeed immortal, the Madrigal dinner is, at any rate, a marvelous tsollage of superb music, lavish costuming, beautiful set- ting, and delittious eusine. These elements all lend to an overwhelming aura of beauty to one of the University of Wisconsianlatteville's most popular traditions. UWePlatteville's 17th annual Madrigal dinner, which has mushroomed from very humble beginnings in 1960,0nce again opened its doors to waiting tTOWdS of hungry cus- tomers Dec. 3,45,10,11, and 12s Atrording to Jerry Ruttman, director of the Student Center, t, t y 35 Mm the Madrigal dinner follows the idea brought to England from Italy in the 16th century. The University acts as "Lord of the manor," inviting friends to a program to show a friendly relationship. The actual setting Changes from year to years with the Eli- zabethan era generallyobeing the theme. Huge beams form the artificial ceiling and the walls resemble an old English manor. Massive colored-glass doors mark the entrance to the "manor." One of the attractive things about the dinner is that it is a student presentation, with a minimum of faculty around; This adds tremendously to the appeal e especially for the parents. From the small and humble beginning, Madrigal has gradu- ally grown to be unlike anything else in the state. It has become a tradition, an event, and a beautiful way to join other people and celebrate the beauty and the spirit of brotherhood of Christmas. Madrigal 73 En terta inment Relaxa tio Sept. 8 James Avery, Classical Piano Sept. 29 Jack Thomas, Mark Twain Nov.10 Tom Chapin and Nina Kahle, Mini Concert Nov.17 James Dutton Band Jan. 24 Ballet Folk Jan. 27 Magan McDonough and Thom Bishop, Mini Concert Feb. 9 St. Paul Chamber Orchestra March 9 Moroton Subotnick March 23 Single Test Theater April19 Wisconsin Mime Theater 74 Beaux Arts IVEI'SIOD D 75 Beaux Arts k e m w, m .m H k C Pa 3 76 Black History Week To better acquaint ail races with the role of Blacks, both past and present, was the purpose of Black History Week held this year during the second week of February. A variety of specialized speakers, performances by uni- versity students, and a styleetalent show highlighted the events, which were coordinated by Kathryn Lomax. Three performances of the play "A Raisin in the Sun," which featured UW- P Black students, were held in the Beaux Arts Room. An alI-school rap ses- sion entitled, "Everything You Wanted to Know About Blacks, But Were Afraid to Ask" was held on February 9th. Moderated by student Dorthea Scott, the panel discussion with participants Azie Bonds, Reverend Craw- ford Brady, Reverend Charles Thornhill, and Chris Brooks explored Black attitudes and actions. Manners of integrating these attitudes within the white dominated society, while retaining their distinct cultural heritage and individualism were also developed. A combination ster-talent show, which was sponsored by the Black Student Union, was held on Thursday evening. Throughout the week, various community leaders from the greater Mil- waukee area spoke to classes on topics related to their current employ- ment areas. Friday evening, a disco-boogie dance featuring "Sun" con- cluded the week of free events. Black History Week 77 Sno-Din 1977 uWinter Wizardry" Snow may have been lacking, but stu- dent spirit was not. Sno-Din 1977 was a definite success. Monica Moravek and Christian Cejpek were Chosen to be this years SnO-Din Chairmen; the remaining committee was chosen in November, and from here began weekly meetings to plan the events which were held Feb. 20th through Feb. 24th. The llWinter Wizardry" theme centered around medieval thoughts of castles and wiz- ards. Even with the first rainfall 0f1977, games and events continued on. The week's events included: Hayridess Polka Partys Outside Games, Concerts Mini and Maxi Sculptures, Window Wiz- ardry, Broom Hockey, Ski Party, Body Painting, Came Booths, Bed Race and an AII-School Party. In overall competi- tion, winners included Delta Sigs e firsts Sig Taus e second, Lambda Sigma Pi a third tGreek categoryi; Morrow - first, Pickard and Porter a tie for sec- ond tDorm categoryi. FRONTROW: Ron Burch, Crystal Block, Lynn DeVoe, Sherri Austin, Kathy drirks. ROW THREE: Kay Pollard, Dan Jacobson, Randy Reed, Rodney Meisol, Judy Day, Kim Zing, Patty McGuire, Marian Digmann, Sara Kiefer, Bender, Cathy Mayer, Dan Cresl, Bruce Wiison, Craig Baxter, Chuck Ras- ludy Heer, David Kruser. ROW TWO: Jean Gerhart, Cheryl VanderHyden, mussen, Monica Mcoravek, Douglas Rick. ROW FOUR: Cheryl Schusler, Christian Cejpeks Jayne Stanton, Theresa Motlley, Brian Fakler, Ann Crune Earl Heimordinger, Cary Ruegreggert BACK ROW: Melodi Culver, Loraine der, lane! Heer, Cheryl Raha, Todd Ryan, Margaret Worth, Tammy Henv Haasv, 78 Sno-Din Sunday began the week's events with a polka party featuring the Alpine Brass. Hayrides and tobogganing were to be offered but due to the lack of snow, the latter was canceled. The polka party, however, was far from dull. If you could find a place to dance amidst the crowd, it proved to be a good time. Chipping away at chunks of ice was the idea behind the mini-ice sculptures held on Monday. In a matter of three hours, the shapeless blocks were transformed into figures reflecting the week long theme. First place winners in their respec- tive divisions were Sigma Pi, Pickard, and the Vets Club. Getting on to bigger and better things, the maxi snow sculptures were con- structed by the Greeks, with the spotlight going to the Delta Sigs. Dorm residents participated in Window Wizardry, rather than the snow sculp- tures. The event consisted of decorating as many windows as possible, prefer- ably centering around some dominant theme. In this category, Morrow came out on top. Sno-Din 79 80 Sno-Din Tuesday was the time for fun and games. Participants proved that games could be played without snow; included in the events were Ieap-frog, blanket roll, gunny sack race, and relay. Although bed race and broom hockey competition did not yield points for the participants, there were a large number of entries. Due to the construction of the Science Building, bed race was run around Karrmann Library, ending near the Student Center where it began. Sno-Din 81 82 Sno-Din Head East and Hamilton, Joe Frank, and Denni- son headlined the Sno-Din concert held on Monday night. The two groups performed to a near capacity crowd at the Fieldhouse. Hamilton, Joe Frank, and Dennison began the concert on a mellow note. The group is proba- bly best known for HDontt Pull Your Love", "Winners and Losers", and "Falling In LoveX' Dennison's excellent keyboard talent kept the audience in a quiet, genial mood. After inter- mission, Head East changed that mellow atmos- phere, by beginning with their hit 1'Love Me Tonight." After speaking to those who "like to get highf they continued with "Get Yourself Up." Although the two groups greatly differed in style, the concert was a true success. On Thursday, the AII-School Party was held at the Student Center. Crossfire provided the music, while Sno-Din members provided the beer. Various organizations, dor'ms, and Creeks provided game booths such as selling kisses, dart game, and jail; prizes were free beer tickets. The most colorful event was that of the body painting. Each group had one paintee, two painters, and 30 minutes to cre- ate their masterpieces. Sno-Din 83 Coffeehouse Series 84 Special Events Movie Orgy Cartoon .................. 8:00 pm. SERPICO ................. 8:07 pm. Cartoon ................. 10:17 pm. HORSEFEATHERS ........ 10:24 pm. Intermission ............. 11:33 pm. Tex Avery's Follies L ....... 11 :43 pm. M1A1S1H ................. 1:13 am. Intermission .............. 3:09 am. Cartoon .................. 3:19 am. WHERE EAGLES DARE ..... 3:26 am. Tarantula ................. 6:04 am. MY LITTLE CHICKADEE ....6:14 am. Cartoon .................. 7:37 am. BIKINI BEACH ............ 7:44 am. Movie Orgy 85 86 Plays Lear, King of Britain .......................................................... Bob Donald King of France ............................................................... Bill Fellows Duke of Burgundy ........................................................... Tom Collins Duke of Cornwall .......................................................... Tom Burbach Duke of Albany ............................................................. Mike Jacoby Earl of Kent .................................................................. Dave Bullis Earl of Gloucester .......................................................... Gene Schuldt Edgar, son to Gloucester ...................................................... Bob Leffler Edmund, bastard son to Gloucester ........................................... Rob Kundert Curan, a courtier ....................................................... Harley Didrickson Old Man, tenant to Gloucester ................................................ Bill Fellows Doctor ................................................................... Randy Belstra Fool ...................................................................... Mark Haman Oswald, steward to Coneril .................................................... Bert Clanz A Captain employed by Edmund .............................................. Bill Johnson A Herald ................................................................. Larry Denman LeaHs Knight .............................................................. Dan Folwarski Servants to Cornwall ........................................... Charles Skewis, Bill Fellows Randy Belstra, Don Gonnerman Messengers ................................................ Charles Skewis, Bill Broughton Soldiers .................................... Dan Folwarski, Harley Didrickson, Randy Belstra Bill Johnson, Larry Denman, Charles Skewis Dean Amhaus, Bill Broughton Coneril .................................................................. Linda Roethke Regan, Lear s daughter ..................................................... Meg Maiworm Cordelia, Lear's daughter ........................................... Marian Graff-Rockwell Director ............................................................. Dr. Thomas Collins Assistant Director ................................................. Mrs. Marilyn Gottschalk Plays 87 Sticks and Bones Ozzie .............................. Tom Burbach Harriet ............................... Peg Daffner David ................................ Bill Fellows Vietnamese Girl ..................... Tuney Yonash Davids Brother Rick ................... Rick Leffler Father Don ..................... Bill Bro ghton Sergeant-Major .................. . .Dean Amhaus Director ........................ Dr. Thomas Goltry Asst. Director ......................... Bill Wiswall Plays 89 And M iss Reardon Drinks a Little Peg Daffner ......................... Miss Reardon Terrie Bisbach ........................ Mrs. Petrano Charles Skewis ....................... Delivery Boy Wendy Collins ........................ Miss Adams Linda Roethke .............................. Anna Laurel Rott .................................. Flur Dean Amhaus ............................... Bob 90 Plays Plays 91 Championship 5 VI b P 2 9 Tom Daley ................. Mark Haman George Sikowski ........... Tom Burbach James Daley ................... Pat Kelly Phil Romano .............. Todd Fiebrink Coach ..................... Bob Donald Plays 93 International Buffe An estimated 600 people attended the annual International Buffett held February 4th in the Beaux Arts Room of the Student Center. The dinner, cooked by the International Stu- dents and faculty, included peanut soup, Cantonese sweet and sour Chicken, Chinese egg rolls, arrox con carne, Brazilian rice, shish kabob, curried Chicken, state chicken and Danish pastry. During the meal, the audience was presented with a wide variety of entertainment includ- ing the Saint Augustine Choir, the Platteville Angels, as well as other soloists and perform- 94 Special Events In Memoriam Stephen Collette Dr. John Robertson In one sense there is no death The life of a soul on earth lasts beyond his departure. You will always feel that life touching yours, that voice speaking to you talking to you in the familiar things he touched, worked with, loved as familiar friends. He lives on in your life and in the lives of all others that knew him. Angelo Patri In Memoriam 95 ORGA NIZA TIONS XTI Z , Q ZTF AH KAZ APP BE . Q'NDEPENDENT 1 AQQ FCIDB AZTY TKE AFCP Q2 Organizations 97 .. 3w 98 Greeks Alpha Gamma Rho is a sociaI-profes- sional fraternity: Social, in that we involve ourselves with a number of activities designed to achieve mature attitudes that develop seIf-Confidence and poise; Professionally, we are all enrolled in the College of Agriculture, and interested in achieving high per- sonal scholastic goals. The VACRV brothers are actively involved in various campus activities such as Student Senate, Homecoming, Pioneer Potpourri, Sno-Din and Intra- murals. We retain a Close alliance with the College of Agriculture by support! ing all of its functions; yearly we pres- ent a scholarship to a deserving high school senior planning to major in agriculture at Platteville. TOP LEFT. FRONT ROW: Nancy Roberts, Margie Bolton, Cindy Griswold, Linda Gay. ROW TWO: Mrs. Helen lMoml Johnson, Renee Fay, Rosemarie Luedtke. BACK ROW: Loraine M. Haase, lane Mueller, Leann Craft, Sally Hines, Alana Skoyen, Janet Murray. BOTTOM LEFT. Tim Eberle, Earl Heiner- dinger, Cary Ruegsegger, Mark Martz, Roger Luckey, Mike Wenger, Dale Perts- born, Kim Viesselmann, Pat Crombie, Kevin McMahon, Ken Smith, John Meyers, Duane Sherven. MIDDLE. Chuck Rasmussen, Ken Moore. BOTTOM MIDDLE. Steve Fay, Mike Stanek, Larry Jerrett, Jeff Jarvis, Dave Bohnhoff, Mark Yanke, AI Williams, Dennis Paulson. BOTTOM RIGHT. FRONT ROW: Steve Bur- gess. ROW TWO: Todd Goedeke. ROW THREE: John Wegmann, Tom Murphy, Dale Hanson, Jeff Kroes. ROW FOUR: Cary Klug. BACK ROW: Pete Degraf, Tim Becker, lim Kruger, Roy Luedtke. FRONT ROW: Katie Apps, Cheryl Brystol, Peg Hill, Marian Digmann, Angie Radke, Sally Hines, Brian Buchberger GweethearU, Wendy Kennett, Sue Gratz. BACK ROW: Jayne Stanton, Cheryl Stuckey, Arlene Wojt, Sherri Olson, Cheryl Raha, Leni Gregary. Delta Gamma Phi is a socially oriented sorority participat- ing in campus activities such as Homecoming, Sno-Din, UNICEF, and the campus bloodmobile. Commonly refer- red to as the DOS, they are currently celebrating their 11th anniversary. 100 Greeks Gamma Phi Beta FRONT ROW: Janet West, Nancy Weigt, Mamie Jones ROW TWO: Nancy Scholtens, Jeanne Bangston, Carol Stephens, Linda Fure, Brandy, Kathy Hymes. ROW THREE: Diana Sitts, Elaine Manuet, Connie Molitor, jody McNeaI. BACK ROW: Sue Jensen, Jenni Pirkel, lennifer Thompson, Crystat Block. "To develop the highest type of womanhood through edu- cation, social life, and service to country and humanity," is the objective of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. This interna- tional organization supports two camps for under-privi- Ieged children; one in Vancover, Canada and one in Den- ver, Colorado The sorority was founded on November11, 1874 and presently has eighty-nine chapters in the United States and Canada. Currently the Platteville Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta is the only international or national soror- ity on campus. Greeks IOI Alpha Phi Omega AP We, the men of Alpha Phi Omega, are proud of our heritage as a national service fraternity. As the largest frat in the United States, it encompasses more than 600 chap- ters; this provides the group with ampie opportunity to provide service to the nation, communities, and cam- puses. Service projects included here at the University of Wisconsin-Platte- ville are: Merit Badge Pow-Wow in conjunction with the Boy Scouts of America, cans for Christmas, survival kits, daily hospital runs, area Junior Miss Pageant, and university usher- mg. "Be a leader, be a friend, be of serv- ice, and be a man of Alpha Phi Omega." TOP. FRONT ROW: Martin Bentson, Pat Mur- phy, Mark Anderson, Warren DeWitt. BACK ROW: Pete Duncan, Jim Greiner, David Shanks, Scott Fromader, John Vyvyan, Bruce Keefer. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Christine Stogin, Lynn Anderson. ROW TWO: Mary Eggers, Patti Pickai BACK ROW: Sue Jorenby, Colleen Hermsen. I 02 Greeks TOP LEFT. Deb Cile. TOP RIGHT. FRONT ROW1Mary Stogin, Lori Olson, Ruth Nevins. BACK ROW: Lauree Pericak, Cherie Matejka, Martha Rygh, Sharon Land. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Phil Ethridge, Jeff lngebritsen, Kim Christen, Rick Hagen, Mark Lemmer. BACK ROW: Randy Belsra, Doug Foster, John Bestui, Dan- iel Shaw, Jim Coonen. Greeks 103 Delta Sigma Phi FRONT ROW: Christian Cejpek, Bert Zipperer, Jeff Marx, Brad Guthrie, Schroeder, Jim Meverden, Rod Goodweiler, Mark Dumman, Mike Cody, Ron Rank, Joe Cruenwald, Darrell Fisher, Ron Burch, John Davey, Greg Jim Ryan, Gary Schwetz, Kent Streiff, John Ittner, Joe Ballmer, Dave Dol- Cook, Brad Kuplic. ROW TWO:Jim Seeger,lohn Geissbuhler, Rich Cehin, vin, Kurt Markham, Cam Sitt, Kevin Curley, Stan Weigle, Neil Pipkorn. George Marlene, Mike Daires. STAIRWELL: Mark Hirsbrunner, Mark BACK ROW: Al Katz, Rod Bender, Larry Beer, Jeff Johnson, Mark Hardy- Miller, Dan Schleicher, Steve Brunkow, Terry Peterson, Joe Boll, Kevin man, Bill Cunningham,Ceorge Shirley, Brian Falker I 04 Greeks The Epsilon Delta Chapter of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity celebrated their tenth anniversary as a national fraternity this past year on October 8th. Founded on engineered leadership, Delta Sigma Phi is currently the largest frat on campus; its function is primarily social, but it remains active in service projects such as Wisconsin Badger Camp fund raising, UNICEF, United Way, Campus Bloodmobile, and publishing of the campus telephone directory. Two national awards were won this past year by the Delta Sigs e first place in the National College "Pitch In" contest sponsored by Budweiser, and being named top Chapter in the nation of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. Socially, Delta Sigs are involved in all extracurricular activities, which this year included an overall first place finish in 1976 Homecoming activities. Greeks 105 Nancy Mateofsky, Carol Casey, Jan Quade. I 06 Greeks TOP. FRONT ROW: Mr. Velzy. ROW TWO: Mark Mullikin, Brian Gill, Iale Kreul, Bill Lenz, Pat Lynch, Mike Verbeter. ROW THREE: Don tlbinger, leff Manning, Craig Schutz, Randy Berner, Bob Sirota, Pat odaff, Eliseo Saldivart BACK ROW: Dave VanderVeIden, Randy Finkel- eyer, John Decker, Paul Hellermann, Randy Hamilton, Everett Peterson, tanley Stikelfritzt AZFI Lambda Sigma Pi Lambda Sigma Pi, well known for their togetherness and unfailing brotherhood, are of a wide variety of backgrounds and personal interests. The L.S.P.'s tas we are generally referred tot are devoted to the strengthening of the eternal brotherhood that we have developed and now cherish so greatly. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Pete Clementi, Kurt Gundlach, Tom Fellin. ROW TWO: Tyson Schmitz, Jack Knetter, Jeff Niefauer, Tom Callmann, George Furey. ROW THREE: Sue Dimick, Eddi Matiszik, Betty Kruel. BACK ROW: Rick Campbell, Jay Bartz, Tom White, Jim Anderson, lohn Wan- drey, Dennis Riddiough, Kary Peterson, Dennis Place, Dan Cabel. Greeks I 07 KAI Kappa Alpha Sigm 108 Greeks Kappa Alpha Sigma is a sociaI-service sorority whose sister- ood is based on the virtues of the seven ladies of Karias: love, hope, charity, honesty, loyalty, obedience, and self- elp. Main goals of the group are to improve relations between students and faculty and to provide extracurricu- LEFTA FRONT ROW: Alana Skoyen, Cathy Coldthorpe, Connie Berner, Rose Wastert, Sandy Goodwieler, Barbie Mack. BACK ROW: Becky Mar- us, Laurie Ludtkey, Karen Hermsen, Deb Keleher, Cheryl Schuster, Nancy 'obertst lar activities for university women. Such activities include Homecoming and Sno-Din, which the sorority participates in actively. Along with the brothers of Sigma Tau Gamma, the organization sponsors a fund raising week for the Wis- consin Easter Seal Society. TOP. FRONT ROW: Colleen Hermsen, Janet Klug, Kathy Hoaglan, Lori Carpenter, Karen Marcoe, Cindy Sue Hillmer, Sara Kiefer, Maria Lorbiecki. BACK ROW: Cindy Kuhls, Linda Cay, Karen Jenson, Amy Hessling, Shelby Humberg, Patty Picha. Greeks 109 cpz wg Phi Sigma t Phi Sigma is composed of an active group of brothers who can bear their responsibility to each other as fellow brothers, while becom- ing actively involved on campus and in com- munity affairs as well. The brothers gear themsetves toward a common goal: The development of the individual in an atmos- phere of concerted group action. For anyone to become a Phi Sigma member, he must show that he can bear the responsibility of being a brother, and at the same time take adequate care of himself in all respects. TOP. FRONT ROW: Barb Seeger, Jan Walzak, Jan Buell, Liz Massey, Mary Lenz. ROW TWO: James WelCh, Al Giese, Greg Eisberner, Jeff VanD Barger. BACK ROW: Brian Moeller, Scott Baumgartner, Stan Leedle, Jeff ixhorn, Keith Cohen, Tom Sampson. ROW THREE: Ed Whealon, Dav Heller, Don Arent, Bob Benes. Eversoll, Chuck Cording, Larry Smith, Greg Roberts, Mark Surbert BAC BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Jay Harter, Ted Curtin, Cam Johnson, Chuck ROW:Chuck Bull,Mike Zenk, Randy Reed,Steve Anacker. I 10 Greeks FRONT ROW1VaI Vorwald, Nancy Weigt, Dave Kruser, Tom Dent, Jackie oegeli, Kathy Hymes. ROW TWO: Cindy Fitzgerald, Mary Russell, Sue LeTellier, Dave Peterson, Bill Crosshans, Pam Murack, Willy Fitzsimons. BACK ROW: Steve Kruser, Harv Larsen, Bruce Reetz, Mark Reesenburg, O 0 im Marko, Larry Denman, Gus Ramirez, Dan Folwarski, John Fredrick, 5, ma Pl Ray Harker, Chuck Shevy, Dave Flanagan, Paul Hving, Tom Schmit. igma Pi, a nationally recognized fraternity was founded at UW- 'latteville in 1968. They place emphasis on social events as well as E I I ervice projects. The national theme for this year is Service, Unity, and chievement. The Delta Iota Chapter keeps these ideals in mind hen carrying out service projects and other events. The brothers are orking with the Epilepsy Foundation and Boy's Group Home this ear. 0 the Brothers of Sigma Pi, Brotherhood means a deep personal rela- ionship which stems from the sharing of college life. Friendship that s founded through fraternity life lasts a life time, as do the memories rom it. Greeks l I l Sigma Tau Gamma ETI- Gamma Xi chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma was initiated at UW-P in 1969. They seek to promote a weIi-rounded col- lege experience through social programs coordinated with a scholastic emphasis and an opportunity to gain leader- ship abilities; above all, Sigma Tau Gamma stresses broth- erhood. At their national convention in St. Paul this summer, the Gamma Xi Chapter of UW-P received runner-up honors for the "Chapter of the Year" award, and first place in the RIGHT. Brian Buchberger, President; Dave Kaul, Executive Vice-President; Chuck Schesel, VtP. Education; Steve Crubaugh, a V.P. Membership; Dave Smith, V.P. Man- ' agement. BOTTOM. Judy Heer, Cindy Jeity, Maureen O'Rourke, Corinne Mills, Mary Engler, Crys- tal Block, Nancy Weygant, Karen Richard, Kim Long. 1 I 2 Greeks alumni newsletter category. From among the 70 chapter of the Sigma Tau Gamma across the United States, ou "White Rose" for 1975-1976, Connie Stump, was Chose national queen. Along with the UW-P social calendar in the fall, and partic ipating in all worthwhile campus and community events Sigma Tau Gamma co-sponsors the Easter Seals Cam u Wawbeek fund-drive each spring. TOP. FRONT ROW: Dave Ammons, Doug Buhler, Dan Cook, Jerry Hazen, Greg Jablonowski, Rich Roe, Jim Roemer. ROW TWO: Jeff Martin, Dave Kaul, Dick Marklein, Myron Sherry, Bob Turek, Joe Subitch, Dan Qualls. ROW THREE: Brian Buchberger, Chuck Sche seL Dave Friederick, Don Mutch, Ron Klass, Jerry Smith, Dennis Skurulsky, Tim Eyres BACK ROW: Dave Smith, Steve Crubaugh, Larry Mollan, Bruce Degarmo, Chuck Smet, Brian Jobgen, Jack O'Malley, Bob Vosberg, Gary Feyereisen. LEFT. Mary Engler White Rosey Greeks I I 3 Founded on January10, 1899, Tau Kappa Epsilon believes man is a social being. We regard mental devel- opment as of vital importance, but of equal conse- quence is the acquisition of a knowledge of men and a : proper conception of their relation to one another. To achieve these ends, Mu Nu Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsi- lon takes part in group activities on campus such as ush- ering for all Pioneer Playersi productions, participating ' in Intramural sports, and a trip to our sponsoring chapter Ta u Kappa EpSIIO in Stevens Point for the football game. Through this fine program of service to the nation and the community, Tau Kappa Epsilon has become the largest social frater- nity, with over 320 active Chapters across the nation and in Canada. RIGHT. FRONTROW: Joy Johnson, Jennifer Thompson, Karen Schwietzer. BACK ROW: Nancy Fowler, Mary Anne Stohimeyer, Mary Reese, Karla Bullis. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Dave Bullis, Skip Schultz, Mark Appel, Mike Snodgrass, Bill Hutchinson, Steve Sesterhenn, Bill Simmottit BACK ROW: Tim Hover, Jim Fassbender, Pat Kelley, Don Garves, Paul Keep, Matt Thompson, John Johnson. 1 14 Greeks WbRLaEVM Lamas: v F SYMBOL OF OLLEGE OF ENG? n. ma , 214 $ ' OF $ A??LLE m: by Theta Tau GT Theta Tau, Nu Beta Chap- ter, is a national profes- sional engineering frater- nity. Its main objectives are to promote engineer- ing as a profession through involvement in related activities. Many social, campus, and professional activities are included in Theta Tau's program. Nu Beta Chapter sponsors field trips, speak- ers, M-Day Tech Tea, and registration at the Bridge Contest which is held each spring. TOP. FRONT ROW: Mike Schin- dhelm, Doug Rick, John Boldt, Paul Dries, Rick Kowalski. ROW TWO: AI Hancock, Steve Rozanske, AI Gerth, Jeff Kronser, Dr. Dick Sanford, Ron Leja. ROW THREE: Ron Brown, Dick Tubesr ing, Brad Nelson, Chuck Johns. BACK ROW: Bill Graves, Robert Tamminen, Jeff Mantes, Robert. Draeger. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: James Kramer, Robert Christianson, Rick Baker, Brian Dorn, Bob Certh. ROW TWO: John Karsten, Chris Ebelt. ROW THREE: John Stark, Dave Jones, Walt Smith, Tom Krause. BACK ROW: Mike Manthey, Ryan Berg, Steve Hicks, Jeff Seitz. Greeks 115 Zeta Tau Omega was founded on February13,1968, and is the youngest sorority on campus. Based on both service and Z eta Tau social ideas, each year the group participates in a variety of service projects including UNICEF, Christmas caroling, cans for Christmas, visiting area nursing homes. Socially, Zeta Tau 0 Omega helps a girl grow and gives her a chance to establish mega new friendships for the present and future. FRONT ROW: Nancy Paynler, Deb Eddy, loan Kahlonborg, Renee Hein- Julee Reynolds, Mary Eggers, Diana Sorenson, Collen Curley, Christine zen, Cindy Griswold, Renee Fay, Jane Weigol, Marjoan Thies, ROW TWO: Stogin, Willy Fitzsimons. BACK ROW: Rose Luedtke, Mary Slogin, Loni Ann Hoff, Jan Drier, Linda Krugjohann, Becky Schulte, Hulda Widslrand, Rihn, Lori Kusz, Dori Alberg. Renee Tew, Lori Maurice, Pag Candyra. ROW THREE: Pam Hutchinson, 'I 16 Greeks Veterans Club FRONT ROW: Art Osier, Kessel, James Binash, Stan Wel- ton, John Christiansen, Scott Cahak. ROW TWO: Larry Lessard, Bob Wilson, Chuck Jacobucci, Dennis Tha- lacker, Dennis Price, Ralph Blumer, Gene Degner, Dale Kruel. ROW THREE: Dennis Hansen, Mark Felt, Randy Mender, Don Woodruff, Charlie Wickzer, Fred Rad- spimer, Dave Lange, Tom Ottensman, Alex Olson, Glenn Madson, Jim Jacobsen. BACK ROW: Dwight Siewart, Dean Vanlaarhoven, Wes Broure, lim Peek, Leo Spell- man, Ed Updike, Byron Suster, Craig Linde, Dan Roberts, Jim Johnson, Don Chevas, Joe Howath, Bill Lease, Ted Short, Bill Frank, Rick Zirk, Jerry Jensen, Doc Dahl, Bill Hammes, Robb Robichaud, Ted Atkinson, Ed Dorff, Dan Mervin, Dave Matthews, Butch Martens, Bob McCutChin, Larry Taft. Social H7 I 18 Media Exponent FRONT ROW: Janine Beck, Peter Buchanan, Sharon Charles, Nancy Rassmann, Terry Croft, Keith Mobarry, Jane Dorman, Rory Drezdon. ROW TWO: Pat Conard, Wendy Wiese, Charlie Bull, Jayne Stanton. BACK ROW: Julie Connor, Peggy O'Neil, Bill Langmeier, Dave Tindell, Lynn DeVoe, John Ackley, Dave Bullis, Tim Charles, Pete Wallace. Editor .................................. Janine Beck Associate Editors ..................... Peter Buchanan Perry J. Graff-Rockwell Copy Editor ........................ Nancy Rassmann Photo Editor ........................... Pete Wallace Assistant Photo .......................... Tim Charles Sports Editor ............................ John Ackley Layout Editor ......................... Sharon Charles Advertising ............................ Mike Faherty Secretarnypist .................... Jane Abrahamzon Staff ......................... Don Blohowiak, Sandie Borowski, Steve Brooks, Lynn DeVoe, Jane Dorman, Curt Johnson, Mark Koson, Kerry Maki, Wendy Wiese Photographers ............. Dave Bullis, Rory Drezdon, Mary Herzfeldt, Wayne Leef, Keith Mobarry, Rose Senneff Graphics .............................. Mike Stanton Circulation .............................. Jack Olsen Advisor ................................ Julie Connor The "Exponent" is written and edited by the students of the University of Wisconsin- Platteville, and they are solely responsible for its editorial policy and content. TOP. T. Keyes, Judie Keyes, Linda Fure, Pamela Tuckwood, Cary David, 'eter Buchanan. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Cathy Marx, Pat Knapik, Greg ruthtgsgfplggggliurt Hoppen, Donn Dengel, Brad Nelson, Mike Man- sweetwa ter ReVie W Geode Media 1 19 I 20 Media PIONEER RIGHT. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Buchanan. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: rondi Bautch, Dennis Paul- son, Ellen Bartling, Tuney Yonash, Jim Hilby, Karla Bullis, Susan Polebitski. BACK ROW: Jeff Phillips, Chris Petersen, Gloria Shedivy, Nancy Peters, Mark Terry. FRONT ROW: Tom Scheussler, Bob Rosinsky, Jon Rohrer, Bob Carnes, Tom Albertin, Skip Schulz, Dave White, JuIie Day, Colleen Curley, B. J, Bruner. ROW TWO: Brian SuHivan, Curt Johnson, Tom Foth, Torn Weeden, Steve Knuteson, Kevin Temperly, Tim Kiri ley, Kari J Schipper, Kelly Bull, Kerry Dunn, Deb Loef- felholz, Bill Hutchinson. ROW THREE: Dale Kivi, Bill Denkert, Pete Pfankuch, Greg Smith, Gene Dierauer, Charles Yeager, Don Hess, Scott Hanson, Dave Tin- dell, Johnathan Kingsley Fuchsberger lll. BACK ROW: Cary Schmitz WSUP-FM Media I21 A gricultural Education Society RIGHT. OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Dwight Swenson W. Presj, Dale Han. son Wresi ROW TWO: Steve Burgess 69m, Jim Zeinert Ureasj. BACK ROW: Ron Hagan Wrogram Chan, Roman Mezyk Reported. BELOW MEMBERS. 'FRONT ROW: Ron Melvin, Peggy Daffner, Allen Wil- liams, Mary Smale ROW TWO: Chuck Rassmussen, Tim Eberle, Larry Lightfield. ROW THREE: Steven Leistico, Bob Stauffacher, Ken Moore. ROW FOUR: Chet Nelson, Garry Raymond, Ralph Johnson, Duane Sher- wen. ROWFIVE: Dean Havens, John Walsh, Dennis Badtke. ROW SIX: Ed Edgington, Dan Steinbach ROWSEVEN: Randy Braker, Mike Martz, Ricky Wehrle. BACK ROW: Ronnie Kast, John Wurtzler, Larry lerrett, Jim Fav reau. Horticulture ,IVERSITY WISCONSIN LATTEVILLE W A merican Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers RONT ROW: Jim Freidrick, Chris Ebert, Tom Masbruch, Steve Fishler, Steve Webster, Joe Campbell, Mary Bentson ROW THREE: Mike Cough- ary Berg, Randall Pfaff ROW TWO: Steve Bartlett, Royce Strang, Larry Iin, Jeff Dahl, Bill Tenchoff, lohn Avery, Bob Certh, Tom Erickson, Dave aslowski, Karen Bowden, Robert Gates, Terry Tew, Denny Bohnsack, Van Dyke, Nancy Robertson, Bob Draeger, Randy Strang, Ron Sleight, ichard Parking, Ron Pann, Neil Hartley, Craig Pfingsten, John Steihr, Tom Daniel. BACKROW:Brad Nelson. Subiecf Mufter I 23 124 Organizations FRONT ROW: Ken Bullry, Jeff Kronser, John E Myers, Judy Day, Cathy Marx, Susan Giuliani, Patricia Knapik, Monica Moravec, Marie Perry, LeAnne Harman, Mike Felker, Scott Cahar, Byron Suster, James Kramer, Tim Skaar, Roy Schneider. ROW TWO: Robert Wobick, Paul Probst, Her- man Green, Douglas Rick, Michael Peters, John Stark, Steven Lavey, Jeff frey Seitz, Ken Graham, Roger Pinkert, Bob Peters, Steven Doerrer. ROW THREE: Wayne Budrus, Dave DeBruine, Brian Dom, Walt Smith, Richard American Society of Civil Engineer Lemahiel, Mark Zietlow, Joe Renn. ROWFOUR: Dave Loomis, R Brown, Alan Gerth, Steve Reinfeldt, James Chaffee, Tom Coethel, D. Helgren, David Hunt, Robert Schanke, Tom Karrels, Mike Pierce, Mi Manthey. BACK ROW: Pete Krueger, Dick Tubesing, Pat Murphy, m Cearke, Don White, Paul Steinbrecher, lerry Pertzsch, John Karsten, : King, Bruce Kaniewski, Ken Lenz, Jeff Boldt, Robert Barron, Jerry Foell Ryan Berg I gribusiness and A gricultural Economics Club TOP. FRONT ROW: Robert Cropp, Eugene Degner, Carl Liegel, Wendy Kennett, Theresa Klemm, Donna Uppena, Dan Swearengen, Chuck Anderson, John Ambrosius. ROW TWO: Kevin Welsh, Kevin Tempas, Brian Ulness, Jill Scheldrup, Virginia Tews, Mike Fink, Tom Wilson, Charlie HOIIZ. ROW THREE: Peter Branm, Joe Koenen, Randy Zinck, Albert Patten, Pat Friar, Dick Price, George Koerner, John Wolter, Doug Pink, Roger Luckey. BACK ROW: Stan Leedle, Jerry Jensen, Phil Ris seeuw BOTTOM Deb Bloom, Cindy Jorgenson, Kevin Wienkers, R. A, Shaver, John SchrtxL der, Nancy Peters, Clarence Johnson, Pat- rick Ng Chemistry Club Organizations 125 Collegia te A gricultural Associatio TOP, FRONT ROW: Keith Trow, Tom Murphy, LeAnn Craft, Dr, Hoffman. BACK ROW: David Habermam Rose Skic, lacki Wenger, Diane Wende, field, ROW THREE: Michael Payne, Sean Shannon, Carol Bauer, Davi JudyJones. Kirk Laurie Schultz, Donna Grothe, Melinda Hendricks, Jeannie Drumm BOTTOM. FRONT ROW, Russell Filip, Tom Kelter, Angela Zeman, Linda Joey Ann Mathews, DiAnne Mueller, Cheryl Crawford, Bob Kollath. BAC Brogan, John Scharping, Mark Greycarek ROW TWO: Kameron Miller, ROW: Greg Raube, Sam Lenda, Andy Garcia, Mark Oehlke, John Levi Randy Spicer, Michael W, Malooly, Jan Frey, James McNabb, Robert War- Kurt Wahlen, Jeffrey Kidd, Neil Strobei. Criminal justice Associatio 126 Organizations FRONT ROW: Tom Kubsh, Diane Kropp, Frank LarA son. ROW TWO: Kathy Chandler, Bill Keatley, Carol Mottley, Steve Akins, Sue Kaempfer. BACK ROW: Kim Tresner, Randy Egan, Mark Knudson, Tom Foth, Dan Kaul, Mark Staum, Randy Miles, Jerry Welter, Paul Wegner Geology Club FRONT ROW: Kevin Schroeder, Pius, Russ Hanson, Bozo R. Gates, Carol Ashby. ROW TWO: Harve G. Perkins, Verne Stuessy, Dennis Stuckey, Precious Ngelale, Terry Sheean, Doreen Saager. BACK ROW: Dan Johnson, Dan Pari- zek, Bruce Wilson, William Steele, Rick Schur, Joseph Gra- ney, Greg Hulce, James Spakow- ICZ. 5mm: Data Processing ' Management Association Organizations 127 Industrial Education FRONT ROW: Don Albinger, Stacy Martin, Merle Mosley ROW TWO: Dick Hayden, Sandy Hasburgh, Cary Fritz. BACK ROW: 0 0 Dr, Jack Kirby, Jeff Lane, Michael Olp, Steve Polodna, Jerry Pink, ASSOCIa tlon Bruce Enke, Charles Engfer, Mike Roth FRONT ROW: David Moe, Jeff Schiela, AI Tunak, Bob Chris- ," dUStria I-M EChanicaI tianson, Dan Jaroxh, Richard Sleight, ROW TWO: Jim Gitz, Myron Hafele, Cary Hanson, Terry Pickett, Brad Guthrie, Glen Rauwerdink, Maureen Non, Karen Hilber, Tom Singer, Prof. James Scroggin. ROWFOUR: Ross Fiedler, Phil . . . Onosko, Larry Rothering, Dave Neis, Michael Anderson, Ste- nglneerlng 0Cle y ven Rozanske, Gregg Swenson. BACK ROW: Alex Okereke, Joe Wilke, Michael Getzendaner, Bill Rothering, Jim Larson, Mike Metcalfe, Tony Barbeau, Tim Ryan. 128 Organizations RONT ROW: Tana Thompson, Connie Kruel, iynn Washburn, Becky Marlene Egan, Dave Henry, B e Buttel, BACK ROW: Virginia Tews, Lori arkus, Jim Burris, LuAnn Burris ROW TWO: Ken Kilian, Brad Anderson, Foley, Joanne Warren, loene Ferris, John Neville, Sheila Burris, Anne Her, ygia Lucas, Maw Johnson, Greg Heine, Tom Stepanek, Sue Jorenby. dina, Ron Hagen, Ralph Bierman, Lori Olson, Mark Haas, Joff Addison, OW THREE: Melinda Oakey, Dee Runaas, Judy Carthwaite, lerry Hrovat, Barb Brown, Judy Hiear, Dan Fairchild, Subject Matter 129 Society of A gricultural Engineers Society of Medical Technicians TOP. FRONT ROW: Ed King, Cal Siegel, Ron Leja, Rose White, James Hofrichtor, lim Wienkes, Gary Feyereisen BACK ROW: Gary Schwetz, Roy Rozok, Bill Graves, L05 Hiemstra, Milt Shula, Lee Miche, Ed Canser, Russell Cloven, Dale Barclay, Howard Kaney, Monica Buser, Jim Lund. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Sally Ceddes, Amy Palan, Linda Yonash, Cindy 130 Organizations Jorgensen, Cathy Kieler, Sue Case, ROW TWO: Debbie Hilger, Mary Wagner, Sherri Brager, Dawn Friederich, Chris Kasenow, Nancy Roberts, Yvonne Du Charme, BACK ROW: Deb Stenner, Susan Holland, Dr. Klaassen, loAnn Feist, Tim lsom, Dennis M. Knapp, Dan Hobson. Society of Women Engineers FRONT ROW: Karen Bowden, Maureen Nott, Cathy Marx, Kathy Quinn, Marie Stuelke, Julee Behncke, Patricia Knapik. ROW TWO: Teresa Kirkeeng, Kathy Kern, Judy Day, Cherie Ziemer. BACK ROW: Rose A. White, LeAnne Hannan, Monica Buser, Karen Hilber, Susan Giul- iani, Joan Kastenholz . . FRONT ROW: Joseph Kusimo, Pastor Fiszsimmons, ampus l e e 0 W5 lp Julia Kirchner, Rosie Rees, Brenda Buchholz ROW TWO: Mark Robinson, Joe Scholze, Roger Gerber, Jim Mudroch, Rob Dippel, Roger Pinkert, Paul Carns, Keith Nielsen, Lindell Sneed. BACK ROW: Sam Wood, Joline Sierra, Bobbi Farrington, Mary Johnston, Mark Katzer, Jeff Krueger, Brian Moeller, Andrew Flethcher, Jay R. Hassinger. Organizations 1 3 I Alpha Beta Tailgaita Rique Bauer Jack Beilke Darrell Boomer B. L Bruner Jan Buell Paul Eiring Mary Eggers Dan Erich Pat Fergus Dan Flesch Patty Grotkin Gail Halverson Craig Hillman Fred Kammetz Keith Kirby Jean Lichter JoAnne Lulikeman Joe Mazzarella Mikoyan Nikolaieve Vanessa Peacock Kary Peterson Mark Prew Loni Rihn Michael Roessler Jamie Sevedge Jo Sevedge Diana Sorenson Pete Standrak Jayne Stanton Bruce Strnad Julee Swanson Jerry Thalmann Mark Tompson Steve Tobison Scott Travis Joe Walsh John Walsh Julie Wehr Jim Welch Robb Wierdsma Margaret Worth I 32 Special Interest nternational Students Barbara Klapperich, Debbie Schroeder, Paras Ram Reddy, Charles Way. BACK ROW: A. Bode Salako, Wai Leung Chui, Solomon Rofeim, Nader Rastegar, Arsham Bayati, KhosroAShabtaie, Mehrsad-Moghimifard, Kam- ran Mohabber, Manmohan Ruprhi, Abdulla Suwaydi. RONT ROW: Nindyo Sukardjo, Julian Zelaya, Pasitori Balele, loe Shalita. 'OW TWO: Precious Osara Ngelale, Kassati vaan10,AbduIIa AliKhalaf, zzeddine M. Azzam, Khaled AI-Bader, Alex Okereke, Andren Hetcher, obin Wong, ROW THREE: Robert C. Mpambara, Ali Alnasseri, Juanita 'oling, Ho Huy, Christina Kranz, Conda Hammontree, Deborah Wheeler, FRONT ROW: Tim May, Jim Fassbender, Chuck Stack, Jim Piper, Rich Haszei, Tim Stratton. ROW I ' TWO: Steven Hernandez, Matt Wagner, Mike Swaboda, Harv Swanson, Cathy Spiinter, Diane San- Ka ra te IUb ders. ROW THREE: Wes Carius, John Harsch, Dan Jansen, Christopher Mueller, Greg Reineking, Larry Knuth, Steve Zabel. BACK ROW: Norman Kapke, Dave Hardyman, Tim Walter, Linus Greving, Scott Zantow, Dan Jarosh, Tim Ryan. Special Interes? I 33 134 Special Interest In ter- Varsity Christian Fella wship FRONTROW: Connie Schmid, Stephanie Gutknecht, Cheryl Buchanan, Lesa McKinley, Suzanne Hamilton, Pam Kroll. R0 TWO: Jeff Sybdahl, Kevin Tenpas, Cindy Edstrom, lean Kahelo, Margaret Ross, Mary Stuessy, Diane Nelson, Sue Case, Cyndy BUP row. ROW THREE: James Jacobsen, Steve Olsen, Mike Charron, Kathy Hart, Angie Seidel, Sue Jentz, Dawn Onsgard, Tim Hansen. ROW FOUR: Kevin Kuchenbecker, Kent Hutchins, Bob Capps, Loo VanDixhorn, Phil Kenas, Janeen Robertson, Cindy Sullivan, Coach Wadewitz, Friskie. ROW FIVE: John Avery, Jerry Callahan, D. Srott Napp, Royal Boeder, Wayne Knudtson. BACK ROW: Robert Stzh phens, Phil Ethridge, Dave Harlan, Greg Jordan. The Lord is my constant companion, There is no need that He cannot fulfill. Whether His course for me points to the mountaintops of glorious ectasy or to the valleys of human suffering. He is by my side, He is ever present with me. YOUR FRIEND Hey you e Jesus loves to love youy When you're cryin' he cries along, And when you're happy e oh how he smiles! See it was you he was thinking of When he died years ago He knew someday you'd be hurting inside. He lives todaye and Heis your best friend. You might not know Him, but he knows you. You are His pride and joy. He hurts so bad when you put Him down He probably cries He can't help you if you turn your back. But you cant imagine the joy He has When you let Him in He can heal you, at last, at last. So don't ignore Him Give Him a chance Nothing to loseea life to gain. Le+ the. .Son Shine. in. lNTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOW- SHIP is A BIG NAME, BUT DONlT LET THE NAME SCARE YOU. . .Quite sim- ply, it is a group of students on this cam- pus who are getting together regularly to take a good look at what we know about the Man who said "I am life" and who even today offers to compare His answers with all the perplexities and problems of life facing the university student. INTER-VARSITY, a fellowship of stu- dents organized by UW-Platteville stu- dents, presents Jesus Christ to Platteville students, as a live option worthy of their investigation. STATEMENT OF FAITH . We believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative Word of God. , We believe that here is one God, eter- nally existent in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit, . We believe in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in his virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His vicarious and atoning death through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascene sion to the right hand of the Father, and in His personal return in power and glory t We believe that for the salvation of lost and sinful many regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutelyessential. . We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a godly lifet . We believe in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost; they that are saved unto the resurrection of life and they that are lost unto the resurrection of damnation. . We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ. Special Interest 135 Lutheran Collegian RIGHT. FRONT ROW: Robert Barthels, Sharon Marquardt, Pas- tor Daniel Kolosovsky, Carol Tecsh. BACK ROW: Dr. Glenn Brooks, Jerry Perlzsch, Tim Ped erson,Jerry Hatfield. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Steve Kehl, Bill Broughxon, Meg Mai- worm, Linda Yonash, Cathy Simon, Margaret Laverty, Greg Heine, Dave Bullis, Mark Haman, Bob Donald. ROW TWO: Tom Burbach, Bill Wiswall, Jeff Phil- lips, Charles Skewis, Linda J. Roethke, Dan Holverson, Corey Koebernick, Charlie Dolan, Dean Amhaus, Ellen Schmitz, Tom Col- try. BACK ROW: Bill Fellows, Peggy Daffner, Bob Leffler. Pioneer Players 136 Special Interests Residence Hall Council FRONT ROW: Mary Johnson, Carol Olson, Joe Renn, Steve Crube, Art Sosa, Dave Hanson. ROW TWO: Roxanne Elfering, Tom Karrels, Joann Lohr, Brian Dunn, Bill Garvin, Kathy MCGinnis BACK ROW: Karen Roth, Ray Sommer- feldt, Brian Westphal, Dick Durkopp, Tom Zinnen, Dean Wendlandl, Larry Hart, Pete Krueger, Amber Culver. g FRONTROW:Steve Polodna,TimBurkee, . . . Gary David, Barry Nelson, Sheila Kirschbaum, tu ent Act, V, tles Boar Leary McCarthy, Lori Perichak. BACK ROW: Kay PoHard, Brian Bettinger. Special Interest I 37 SAB Art FRONT ROW: Sheila Kirsch- baum, Gary David, Pat Francis, ROW TWO: John Roethke, Kay Pollard BACK ROW, Greg Trol- Iop,AliceCiddings. FRONT ROW: Monica Komoroski, Karen Wohlfert, Doug Throckmorton, Sheila Kirsch- A Orum Mayer, Rodney Verfine, Terry Nussberger, baum, Roger Jacobson, John Ackley, Don Blo- David Schirmer, Charles Skewis, Robert Olsen, howiak. Lori Anthony. BACK ROW: Kay Pollard, Keith 138 Special Interest FRONT ROW: Jerry Schewe ROW TWO: Mary Herzfeldt, Lisa Lundberg, Jenean Krohn, Jean 0 Cerhart, Leary McCarthy, Mary Stogin, Chris 0Vle Stogin,RaneleWhipple,Carl Dale.BACK ROW: John Fenske, Joel Treat, Keith Trow, Jeff Smallwood, Darrell Hamilton, Brian Bettinger, Mark Jocoby, Mike Crase, Jim Creiner, lim Connors SAB Performing Arts FRONT ROW: Karen Schmeltzer, Patri- cia Chucka, Laura ParreH, Dawn Ons- gard, BACK ROW: Thomas P. Collins, Thomas Hickey, Kay Pollard, Barry Neli son, Tim Tipolevski. Special Interest SAB Recreation FRONT ROW: Steve Polodna, Paul Mason, Steve Lee, Don Erickson, Terry Tew. $ 3383 E; avxatfz n5 3 t 1" ..., .- ..! .. , Pat Lomas, Melinda Myhre, Corinne Mills, Greg Smith, Phil 0 SA B S ECIaI I ea tures Mike McDermott, Marian Digmann, Mike Pollack, Wally Dur Ieth, Robert Young, Tim Burkee 140 Special Interests RONT ROW: T J. Goethel, Kris Kloss, Colleen anny, Nancy Larson, Judy Olson, Jan Frey, Julie 'ross', Kathy Hazen, Cathy Davis. ROW TWO: indy Monroe, John Larson, Jack Olson, Steve 'einfeldt, JoAnne Feist, Lorenda Hehemburger, inda Klessig, Linda Ziemer ROW THREE: Deb olacuca, Karen Tenke, Jeff Janz, Ed King, Kathy U WP-4H Club Rupiper, Gina Martin, Razor Smith, Paul Probst, Don White, Joseph Stuber. ROWFOUR: lim Gardner, Fritz Gauthier, Dennis White, Gail Olson, Dick Rupiper, Deb, Mary Little, Bob Little, David White, Jill LaBallister, Paul Ziermer. BACK ROW: Ron Cehrke, Fast Eddie Gaudet, Jeff Zaha- rias, John Finlay, Ed Canser, Jack Wiederholdtw FRONT ROW: Diane Wende, Lynn Spangler, Eunice Link. ROW TWO: Sue Cratz, Kathy Meisel, Alice Ladd. ROW THREE: Tom Wilson, Brenda Hirst, Rod Buchele, Larry Lightfield, Sue Loy, Denise Tuochette, Janet Williams, Patti Zellmer. ROWFOUR: Cheryl Stuckey, Brian West- phal, Mark Loy, Karen Wink- ers, Pam Retallick. ROW FIVE: Gerry Casper, Allen Willaims, Ray Riley. BACK ROW: Bob Byrnes, Richard Ralph, Ken Beighley,Gary Shedd. WiIINots Special Interest Student Senate FRONT ROW: Don Germanson, Lynn Spangler, Jim Knop, Cary Schwetz, Rick Drezdon, Bobby Faulks, Alan Katz, Tony Ledvina, Scott Martin. BACK ROW: Terry Nussberger, Carol Tesch, Karen Jonson, Ann D. Michels, James Bolden, Dave Wesener. 0 ac we '-0 I42 Special Interest The box score of Student Senate accomplishments for the year continues to grow 4 Student payroll Checks every two weeks tbeginning in Septembery A massive "Get Out the Vote"Drive t80170 of us votedD Extended fieldhouse hours tthey4ve doubledy Parcourse ta joggingtobstacle course being built behind Glenviewy 7ct Copy Service mow available from the Student Senate Office. Wine in the Rendevous Room. A Big Brother and Sister Program Uf interested contact Rod Goodweiler at 349-9113 or 342-14881. Financial Aid for Needy Campus Organizations. An overhaul ofthe internal operation of Student Senate itself! Free Iegaladvice Ut4s available through City Hall; watch the Orange and Bluey Newsletters to the members of each college. Finally, we studied the feasibility ofholding a major rock concert in Pioneer Stadium and determined that we didn't have the bread t$$1 to do it. Watch for more and remember that to get something done, it takes a little patience and a lot ofcommunication. Tell us what you want and need. Alpha Lambda Delta FRONT ROW: Margaret Pearce, Rebecca Rozek, Kathy Chandler, Kay Wiegel, Carol Friar, Sandra Fritsch. ROW TWO: Joan Mootz, Melanie Barlels, Cathy Kieler, Beverly Kowal- ski, Jean Kabele, Margaret Ross, Kor- dellia Johnson, Sue Jentz, ROW THREE: Karla Bullis, Cindy Monroe, Denise Dalgner, Diane Booth, Jean Ehnerl. ROW FOUR: Cathy Loken, Candy Bolton, Laurie L. Schultz, Bob- bie Euler. ROW FIVE: Deb Gile, Cathy McCahe, Patty McWilliams, Karen Neff ROW SIX: Melinda Myhre, Cindy Jorgensen, Judie Keyes, Sally Williams BACK ROW: Julie Durtschi, Sandy Peacock, Nancy Ross, Judy Day, Kem Anden son. Behling, Carl Liegel, Dick Price, Alice Ladd. Carvens. BACK ROW: John Cottingham, KeithTrow, FRONT ROW: William Broske, Dale Petzborn, Tom Wilson, Richard Cehin, Pat Friar, Ray p a e a Russell M. Konkol,Gary Ruegsegger,Cary Coorough, Rihcard Kunde, Joe Loenen, Bob 144 Honorary Beta Gamma Rho FRONT ROW: Dale Kreul, Steven Hall, Brian Berg, Bob Ketlell, Ron Rank. ROW TWO: Sally Williams, Rebecca Rozek, Jerry Thalmann, Bill Lenz, Nick Cochems ROW THREE: Jan Dreier, Karen Schmeltzer,Corinne Mills, Hulda Widstrand, Paula WenA ger, Kathy Rouse. ROW FOUR: Fred Reckner, John Fenske, Frank Larson, Dan Jacobson, Craig Symons, Ger- ald Gronbeck, Stephen Motv iff, Patrick Lynch. BACK ROW: Nancy Paynter, Kathy Mendels, Steve Schneider, Meiinda Myhre, Carol Friar, Joe Waltz,Cindy Griswold. RONT ROW: William Kissner, Cathy Marx, Ken Graham, Alan Certh, Mike Felker, Jeff . O ayne Budrus, Steven Lavey, Dave DeBruine, Kronser, Chuck Johns, Joe Renn, Tim Skaar, 4 I fps, 0" ' ichard LeMahieu, Paul Probst, Steve Rein- Ron Cehrke, Robert Wobick, Jeff Boldt, Jerry ddt, James Chaffee,'Byr0n L. Suster, David Pertzsch. und, Ken Buttry. BACK ROW: Pete Krueger, Organizations 145 FRONT ROW: Bruce Enke, Steve Polodna, Dan Albinger, Dr. Jackman, Tom Nelson, David O O E Sllon P, I a u Trine. BACK ROW: Mike Roth, Augie Bruehlman, Charles Engfer, Craig Carnahan, Stacy Martin, David Arndt. FRONT ROW: Marilyn Whalen, Joshua Robinson, Om icron DGIta EpSilon Kahlan Al Yasiri, John L Bungum, Edie Weller. BACK ROW: Roger Swigart, Howard Crook, Theresa Mott- Iey, Mary McKnight, Jan Dreier, Vicki Ottih, 146 Honorary TOP. FRONT ROW: Laura Parrell, lean Gerhart, Pamela Tuchwood, lean Ehnert, Ian Quade. ROW TWO: Brina Fakler, Theresa Mottlev, Carol Mottley, Bobbie Euler, Laurie L Schultz, Barb Saar, Douglas Grenawalt, Rondi Bautch. BACK ROW: Don Blohow- iak, Joe Renn, Mike Panonin, James Hofrichter, Kurt Cook, Chris Ebert, Alan Gerth. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Cathy Sebastina, Yvonne DuCharme, Karen Roth, Kathy Dyar, Judy Day, Phyllis Gillilzer, ROW TWO: Roy Smith, Sue lentz, Monica Moravec, Nancy Ross, Sue Dinick, Dan Keeney, Kevin Brice BACK ROW: lay Smith, Bob Gerth, Rick Baker, Dave Jones, Mark Novak, leff Meighan, Dave Maile, Richard Slama. Honorary 147 TOP. FRONT ROW: Sylvia Kurowski, Ronda Pettey, Jeff Smanood, Leary McCarthy. BACK Wilson, Margaret Smith, Debbie Lance. RO ROW: Bob Soehnlen, Cindy Jorgensen, Kevin TWO: Doug Pink, Paul Jensen, Sean Shannon, Wienkers, Dr. C. Dziekanowski, Kem Ander- Paul Mason,Steve Polodna,JimJacobsen,Gary son, Pam Murack, Kay Clark, Tom Zinnen, Cobus. BACK ROW: Tim Zornow, Dan Shaw, Christine Stogin. BOTTOM FRONT ROW: Dave Heather, Pat Vickers, Vickie Gibson, Essi Kurt Markham, Mike Heim, Dave Richardson, Matiszik, Beth Howell, Brenda Blum, Jay Smith, 6 a e a Patty Chucka, Ann Grunder, Mary Shinn, Barb Randy Kyle. Ski Bummers 148 Organizations seau, Dr. Kenneth C. Kilian. FRONT ROW: Dave Otte, Perry Goetsch, Roland Fischer, Gary L. Shedd, Jim Parr, Bob Pauli. BACK ROW: Dr Roger Higgs, Robert Higgins, Ray Riley, Alana Skoyen, Pam Derousi 6808 LAMB USE .Lx m 5? WE 2mm? A$ Agronomy Club Resident Directors FRONT ROW: Art Sosa Wtelchen, Dom nis Palmer, Dick Hadfield kaGregorL Steve Zielko, Jeff Janz Uviorrowy BACK ROW: Dick Auman Wickarm, Carmen Hoppenjan Wugunim lanice Reinhart WiIgusL Rhonda Viney Wortew, Jeri Corman Dobsom, John Mann Wroc- kerU Special InterestVRD's 149 "Some of our classrooms N t classrooms. I aren 150 Special Interest lnter-Greek Community Council FRONT ROW: Mike Cody, Jim Fassbender, Skip Srhulz, Kent Streiff. ROW TWO: Sheiby Humberg, Colleen Hermsen, Steve Luth, Chuck Rasmussen, . - Kathy Hymes, Jenni Pickel, BACK ROW: Tom Schmit, David Kruser, Sara L Kiefen Bob Vosberg, Marty Bentson, David Kaul, Cheryl Stuckey, Katie Apps, Pat Murphy, Tim Becker, Kenrick Smith. INDEPENDENT GO GREEK Greeks 1 51 152 FEA TURES 153 Features by John Ackley A series of pitch-black letters stand out amidst a snow-white background on the sign. Closer observation denotes that these letters form some type of code - "R.A. on Duty." What does this "R.A." mean? Rambunc- tious Alcoholic per chance? Or maybe Romantic Aristocrat? On the contrary. Students who have dwelled within walls of one of the nine dor- mitories on campus have come to realize the "R.A." stands for Resident Assistant. Just exactly what does a resident assistant do? Despite snide come ments from many dorm members, it is the R.A.'s function to provide the industrious, and even not so industri- ous students with an atmosphere conducive to studying, as well as help plan dorm functions and activi- ties. The beginning stages one encounters to become an R.A. can be quite stren- uous to say the least. Candidates per- sonality, willingness to share ideas, and ability to relate with other peo- ple will prove to his advantage or dis- advantage. Other R.A.'s keep a care- ful eye on the prospect, evaluating his openness with people and the manner in which he handles himself in day to day life. Eventually all resi- dent assistants interview the pro- spective member, noting his past experiences, personal data and extra- curricular activities. R.A.'s then meet and compile a list of who has what it takes to be an R.A. The pick of the lit- ter become new members. John Dudzinski, resident assistant at Melcher Hall, explains some of the reasoning behind becoming an R.A. "You have to have an open ear," he stated emphatically. "You have to be able to communicate with people, by both talking and listening. You also need to have the ability to motivate people, to show them what they can do and what the university offers to 'l 54 Features Their jobs Never En 0 them." When asked about the benefits received, Dudzinski smiled wanly, replying llIt's a big financial help." There's no question that being an R.A. helps with tuition, but it's more than money. You learn the differ- ences between people, their atti- tudes, feelings and drives. As an R.A. you can be come Closer to a lot more people, learning about their likes, their interests, and what they don't like. You really get to know people that way. There is one R.A. per dorm wing. It is their duty to check people, in, get the residents acquainted with one another, and work with dorm, wing presidents, and programmers for upcoming plans of events. Yet, as Dudzinski mentioned, there is more than the physical operations. The R.A. must serve as advisor, weighing both sides of a student's 'problem, then suggesting the best way to go about solving it. More importantly, the R.A. must help the student determine for him or herself which is the right action. Above all, resident assistants must be alert as to what is happening on cam- pus. Often times, parents or strangers will ask for advice as to when, where and' how an event is taking place. it i up to the R.A. to provide this inform ation to all. With the many activities, duties ano acquaintances that an R.A. deals with during the course of a school year, one wonders if R.A.'s can handle their own problems, if they have time to do their homework, or to have a "successful" social life. Dudzinski explains that it's possible, but some times it is seemingly impossible. "A times it gets quite difficult," he note "Someone will knock on my door looking for advice or directions. Sometimes this takes away my con centration on schoolwork." "It depends on the individual leader- ship on the wing. The more leader- ship from individuals, the easier it i for the R.A." It is questionable whether anythin for the resident assistant is easy. Devoid of personal preferences and beliefs, the R.A. must sacrifice what's good for the inner self for the benefit of the wing. Though the process is taxing, it is accomplished. The life of an R.A. The amount of work put in often produces results worth applauding. WISCONSIN The quiet. How could I have known that everything would turn to crystal when we breathed and that 1 would think of you here in thiscountry white as a gull against a wave of snow? Those trees huddled in a flat field make me want to hold you against twenty below. Let a loving breeze lick the crook of your arm and the trees keep their languid green under an ordinary sun. Myself, in a field, a bare tree, listening. Whiteness. Warren C. Carrier Features 155 TheRACE.............. by Sue Poiebitski As the onslaught of TV spots and radio pitches ended, millions of Americans viewed the final television appeal of the two major candidates a smiling Jimmy Carter, seen in his study at Plains, Georgia; noncommit- tal Jerry Ford from a site dependent on his last minute campaign location. Comprehensivelyy the 1976 campaign was unique in many manners. Jimmy Carter, presenting the t'common man" image was the first major-party candidate from the deep South since 1848. Incumbent Gerald Ford was not to be remembered as the "president not elected by the public," but rather as the Senator from Grand Rapids who helped the Republican party save-face. Yet these two men were probably better known than any other pair of presidential contenders . . . never before had the smiles, the comments, the stumbling off of airplanes, and the verbal errors penetrated so deeply into American homes. Each candidate spent approximately four million dollars in their battle for pub- lic acceptance thru the mass media, such as televised debates. As the public was saturated with total informationy we came to know the strengths and frailties of each man too well . . . a probable cause of the seemingly apathetic voter mass. Th. widespread attitude that neither can didate was good enough for the posi tion was demonstrated by the fac: that no one was able to formulate .i firm group of passionate followers i any large quantity. As it ended, over 8070 of the regis tered voters went to the polls; wit only a two percent margin in th. popular vote, and a mere 56 vote dif ference in the Electoral College, Car ter was deemed the President-elect Forecasts stated that had the cam paign continued another two week- the results may have changed. Bu. time has passed, and as a public, ou decision was cast. 156 Features i nd The WINNER by Dennis Paulson A long political campaign ended November 2, 1976 as voters turned out in record numbers to vote for the candidate of their choice, the one they felt could best direct our coun- try for the next four years. We made our choice as we elected a man who had told us just to "trust him" because "I'll try never to disappoint you." The man, former Georgian Governor Jimmy Carterl became our 39th President when he took the oath of office on January 20th. Carter's career has been richly varied: Annap- olis graduate, Naval Officer, nuclear engineer, successful farmer, busi- nessmant Governor, and now as the President of the United States. As we go into 1977 some of Carterls immediate problems will be the revi- talizing of the economy, our energy crisis, improving of racial relationsl government reorganization, welfare and health care. It has been said that either Jimmy Carter will become one of the great Presidents of the modern era, or one of complete failure. Presi- dent Carter has no new American dream to offer, but wants the old dream renewed as we adjust to Changing times while clinging to unchanging policies. He wants us to remember him as a President who furthered racial equality, helped pro- vide jobs for everyone, and strength- ened the American family. As an American people, let's hope that we will be able to remember him in that way. Featu res 157 WE've come A i so v'eryfa'r. 7,Much,,muf - th'yank't'h'ke Eve L , We have gr$Wn up - AL Woutf L L ' 'l 58 Features I in our- firm andkkwish you fer-yy truly you rs, Features 'I 59 l 60 Features Happy Camping for the Handicappe a by Dennis Paulson Summer vacation, swimming, fishing, campfires, and gettin outdoors are things that we all look forward to; for others partic ipation in these activities is difficult. In 1966 parents and teach ers of a number of mentally retarded persons decided to hold . week long camp for them at Wylusing State Park. Activities wer- limited, but it was a good time for the 48 campers involved Now, just 11 years later, over 600 mentally retarded campers wil attend the camp overlooking the Wisconsin River near Potosi Badger Camp, located on the 620 acre tract of land, includes rec reation facilities and a large building in which dorm and dinin facilities are located. The camp is unique in that it is the onl non-profit camp in the state serving both Children and adult regardless of the severity of their disability. Badger Camp is staffed by 45 select people who are responsibl for the full nine-week sessions from lune 12 through August 1 Leader to camper ratio is approximately one to one. To qualify a a counselor, one has to be at least 18 years of age and must b interviewed for the job. It is expected that there will be betwee 120-130 people interviewing for staff jobs this year. After selec tion each employee will attend a week long inservice progra prior to the opening session. Camping sessions are all one week in length and divided int different age groups for small children thru adults. Camper come from private homes, state and private institutions, nursin homes, and group homes throughout the state. It is a place to all ages with the eldest camper ever being 78 years old. The pur pose of the camp according to Director Richard Fuller is "to pro vide an experience away from home, help develop their soci skills, and their outlook on life." Thirty-eight percent of camp fees are obtained thru count funding from over 20 districts; the remainder of running expen ses are financed through donations and camp fees. Through th years, UW-P has become actively involved in a variety 0 money-making projects for the camp. Annually Brockert an Melcher halls co-sponsor a basketball marathon as a fund raise for the camp. The Badger Camp Telethon, sponsored by TV-' this fall collected nearly $3,000 in net donations. Various campu organizations became involved through a wide variety of wor projects, and several students have served as staff. Director Fuller is optimistic about the establishment's future. I order to benefit more participants, plans of converting to a per manent year-round facility through building and heating expan sion is being examined. Veteran campers make up 70-896 of th business. Program participants travel from all sectors of th state; in 1976 approximately 23 came from Platteville or the sur rounding area. The Dorm. ltls a special place, but not until were out of it. You haven't lived until shaving cream has spewed under your door. Where else can you manage to live in a place so small that a pack rat wouldn't even consider to drop by for a visit? The hundreds of people we met, the dozens we knew, and the few we loved. All of them, all of it, Changed us somewhat, make us look both beyond ourselves and into ourselves. We have enjoyed the good, survived the bad. The Dorm. What is it? It was that time in late August when something called "Your RA." introduced himself to you. Is it human, can it care, will it tolerate? There isn't a yes or no, it just has to be. Or was it the roommate who you thought you'd never like, but ended up bringing home for Thanksgiving. Or was it the time a few of you Closed off the shower to make a steam sauna, and someone set off the fire alarm. Or was it the time in the lounge you all decorated the Christmas tree. Or pimped out a room or just sat and talked about nothing and everything while study hours slipped away into the night. Was that what the dorm was? Yes, it was that and a hun- dred other things. The Dorm. You hated to live there, but you loved every minute of it. Features 161 $$$th QN CAMFUE TODAYON CAMPUS 11 :00 am Bees Take Main 12:30 pm Main Burns 7:00 pm Coffee House 8:30 pm Rendezvous Room 9:00 pm Downtown OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR: Attention Students: Each stu- dent must have a repeat card on file in the Office of the Registrar for each course he7she is repeating this semester. Today at 12:30, Main will be burnt to the ground in three minutes. All students on the third floor are minded that it takes 12 minutes to evacuate from there. ASCE: All engineers are reminded that there are two types of people on campus: Engineers and people that dont know any better. FIELDHOUSE HOURS: Mon.-Thurs. Closed Fri. Gym Open 6:30-6:45 am Locker Rooms Open 7:00-7:15 am Sat.-Sun. Closed ATTENTION: Karrmann Library will be opened till mid- night tonight for those of you who did not have a Chance to steal any books yet. Due to apathy on the Staff the 1977 PIONEER will not be published this year. . . but then, who cares!! STUDENTS: Are you concerned about the rising problem of drinking in the dorms? Ms. l. Emma Drinker will give a talk on Alcoholism. Come down to the Beaux Arts and lis- ten. Cocktail party to follow. The weekend Movie this week is the ever-popular "Suit- case College," which answers the immortal question "What are you doing this weekend?" Everyone is reminded of Saint Barbarals Day on Dec. 4. 162 Features fmznm: i m 51me KTIWHES MARI? 2b unzmiaan what; umvsasz'w er uzscoxsmwmmvzzm uimi min 1t Vol. No. 276151 0224410306 Monday, Feb. 30,1977 GLENVIEWMENU - Subject to Change Monday Tuesday Eggs Scrambled Eggs Sausage Bacon Cereal Cereal Hot Dogs7Bun Hot Dogs7No Bun Tacos Chili Soup Munchies Munchies Chicken Chicken Stew Swiss Steak Hamburgers Mashed Potatoes Buttered Brown Beans Baked Potatoes Buttered Green Beans OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR: Juniors and Transfer Students who have not had a Credit Evaluation during this school year, might as well put it off another semester. Nobody ever reads this announcement no matter how many times it is run. l$llllkkllllllllllill$llllllllllltllllll$llllklll$ll 11 Do you like to meet people? Do you 11 like to get involved with the Campus? 11 Do you like to skip classes and watch 3'1 your grade point drop? Well just tk join more than one campus activity tk at one given time, you will be out it of here in no time at all. lklllllll$kllllllllkll$llfll$6llblklllllllkllllkllkl Remember the Basketball game on Sat. nite. Students will be admitted free with Student ID, Student Activity Card, Driver's License, Social Security card, Birth Certificate, and Immunization Record. AIME: Yearbook Picture is to be taken on Tuesday. Meet in the Mining Lab at 4:30. We will leave from there. Dress in your worst clothes and bring your own eggs. by Nancy Peters and Jeff Phillips BRRR! oyJeff Phillips emperatures dropping to twenty below, and nearly reaching zero during the daylight hours l alted cars from starting, put pink in our cheeks lsometimes both pairsy, and often minimized outdoor activities; these factors combined with low quality coal and vast natural gas shortages threatened UW-Platteville's second semester opening . . . tunlfortunately, such unprecen- oented maneuvers were avoided and classes resumed as usual. utbacks in natural gas, along with the cold, orced the University to increase its coal con- umption since early November. Kentucky coal purchased for winter month usage was found unacceptable due to high content of dust that aused havoc in the furnace stokers. As classes reopened on January 17th, heating plant boilers were unable to function at levels oemanded by the school which forced a switch 0 lower quality Illinois coal. University Power Plant Superintendent, Donald Sietz, stated this grade of coal, purchased for spring usage only, was also unable to generate the full amount of needed steam pressure. Factors such as shipping delays contributed to the problem. Severe cold weather jammed the ississippi River with ice, hampering coal ship- ments arrival to Potosi for further distribution. Railroad cars were tied up due to the high con- umer demand for coal as a natural gas substi- tute. Other problems caused by the cold weather were felt more directly by the students. A bro- ken water main across from Clenview, Com- mons left dorms without water, and forced the eating center to use paper plates and plastic "silverware" for the day. City repairmen had to crack through 49 inches of frost before the main was accessible to them. President Carter's lowering of thermostat set- tings in Federal buildings was followed by an "Emergency Directive" which Governor Lucey handed down on January 315t stating that all state buildings heated by coal were to lower temperatures to 65G. Three years previous state buildings had been lowered to 68c. On the morning of the directive no building tempera- tures were lower than 70o; by the evening the averages were 700. Enjoy the current comfort . . . next semester it may actually be 65o. Features 163 "Growing" Concern . . . Boebel Hal I 64 Features y lane Dorman r project first considered eight years ago through a "pro- ram statement" prepared by campus planning is now a eality; Leo E. Boebel Hall tthe title chosen for the Life-Sci- nce Buildingl will begin occupancy in the fall of 1977. nitial proposal for the building was turned down by the tate Building Commission due to declining enrollment nd vacancies in the residence halls. Construction for the .2 million dollar facility was approved on June 26, 1975 fter current enrollment increases were demonstrated. he new facility, officially titled the "Sciences Building 2 Office Annex Portion tPhases 11 of the Science Building 'emodeling for Arts and Sciences Project" had ground reaking ceremonies in April 1976. The building is a three- .tory structure which will be connected to Gardner Hall by :60 foot tram. oebel Hall will house the departments of Biology, Geog- aphy, and Geology, as well as provide classroom space for lasses in Math, History, Foreign Languages and Philoso- hy. The first floor will contain sixteen general purpose lassrooms, but will be essentially Geography and Geology labs; third floor will be Biology labs, a small experimental greenhouse, and an animal care facility. The basement will be left unfinished to allow for further expansion. Elevators were installed in the new building as well as in Gardner Hall. Construction of the new Science Building is the first phase of a 4.4 million dollar building project which includes ren- ovation of empty dorms, the old campus school, and the Educational Media Services building into other needed facilities. The new building is named after Leo E. Boebel, who served as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences for seventeen years until his death in 1968. While Dean, Boebel was active as a biology professor, and director of the Medical Technology program. He was a member of numerous natu- ral science organizations, and served as chairman of the Platteville Board of Health. Boebel Hall should be energy efficient, as it contains tinted glass windows thermopanes, deep insulation, and an experimental "inverted membrane roof" to help minimize heat loss through the roof. Features 165 SPOR T5 Sports 167 fRONT ROW: Diannv Spvnsloy, Audrey Mueller, Gail Dunwiddvv, lane! Hines Killy Kopp, Sharon Donahoo, Cindy Cook. ROW TWO: iill Harashd, Donisv Annvn, Karon Mdnuell, Miss Cares, liH Burkv, lulio Dalton, Donna Niolson, Cyndi Cadv, loona AldorsonA BACK ROW: lill Ionas, Marsha VanNatta, Jeanne Bangston, Jane Ballmor, Suo Hamilton, Mary Roethko, Kim Om konv 168 Field Hockey FRONT ROW: Stox'o Debolh, Tom Singor, Tom Anderson, Shawn Flanagan, loo Frvdonlund, Dave Klarkmxskiv BACK ROW: luff Mazanm, Mark lery, T. 1. Shirley, Dan Flvsnh, loft Sax'atski, AmioMiehe,Koi1h Coffman. Cross Country 169 FRONT ROW. Mike Charron, Steve Crubaugh, John Ball, Darryl Miller, leff Mark Lemmer. BACK ROWE Coach Eberlein, Onana Tschalla, Chmk Rose, Dybdahl, Moufdy Louah, Tim Hansen, Bob Turk, leff Fowler. ROW TWO: Tim Eirich, Abdullah AIAKhalaf, Julian Zelaya, Randy Fiedler, Dan Brancel, Pat Moureau, Manmohan Ruprai, Steve Demmin, Kevin Schroeder, Stuart Mershad Moghimmnard, Tom Lemmer, Jeff Knapp, Don Stock. Ashmore, Steve Deppies, Peter Ehlers, Greg Jablonowski, Larry Mollan, 1 70 Soccer FRONT ROW: Stan Weigel, Ron Crane, Gerald Abing, Dan Kirkpatrick, Greg Jordan, Steve Behl, Steve Lulh, Rick Hartz. BACK ROW: Jeff Knapp, Steve Piddinglon, Steve Crane, Mark Surber, Ken Manning, Loo FlogeL Wrestling I71 I72 Fooiboll Paul Hellermann, Bob Clemons, Gerald Camphvll, Inn Huh hum, Curt Rolf land, Rkk Henke, Kevin Kuchonbocker, Dennis Riddiough, Ium Gallman, Randy Hamilton, Bub Sirola, Joe Krall, Brian Em hvr, Bruu- Convy, lohn FRONT ROW: Rk hard Roisinger, lemme Horro, Dk'k 8 hulgv, AI Swankv, Dave Himmorich, Pal Modaff, Ion Turnell, Jerry VandoBvrg, Kon ldkubow- ski, Dave Polrowilz, Bill Lonz, Pal Simmons, lim Rulsoh, Dave Vdnder Veli don, Glenn Sinclair, Mike Jeskv, Dvnnis Planv. ROW TWO: David Ingwell, Thielo. BACK ROW: lorry Switzor, lohn Fails, thu k nyvr, It'd Kan zor, lav Barlz, Tom Luodlko, john dedroy, Bob Reisingor, Miko St hindholm Jeff Ruzirka, Larry Rohwasser, lim Anderson, 10m White, lim Kvllvholvn, 'Larry Crabor, Kurt Cundlmh, Mike Vorboton, Craig Schuetz, Dave- Paul, Rkk Slender, Vernon Vradonhurg, Ed Noltnor, David Davidson, Vorno Mark Cassult, SColI Fohrman, George Furoy Andy Kolosso. ROW THREE: Vradonburg, Bob Soamans iww: 31? I .3?"3 Football I73 FRONT ROW: Marsha VanNaIta, Janet Hines, Bernia Vissers, Kathy Bresnahan, Kitty Kopp, Dianne Spensley, Kim Oncken, Cyndi Cade, Cindy Cook. BACK ROW: Miss Palmer, Mary Hrovat, Brenda Kein, Ellen Otteson, Linda Van Der Leest, Kathy Bues, Jane Ballmer, Jill Jonas, Karen BohA mann, Dr. Collins 174 Volleyball 'RONT ROW: loff Jacobs, Greg Elmergreen, Dave Janda, lay Hassinger. ROW TWO: Iharlie Fisher, Dennis Janda Randy Vinoy, Mark Juslesen, Tim Ripper. BACK ROW: Iharles Bull, Larry Dornik, Torn Camia, Chris Yoerg, Roger Cagliano, Mike Meyers, lorry 0mmers Tom Daniels Swimming 1 75 17b Basketban TOP Coach Wadewilz, Chris Zwotller, Keith Cahpman, Craig Kali Ier, John Stansell, Al Meyer, John Krajewski, Mark Novak, Rob Suth- ROW: Jim Gardner, Polo Erbeu'h, Gary Peterson, Miko Gardner, v erland, Dave Cross, Dave Telschlag, Jim Riohlo, John ka'Qudde, AI Scott Erit kson, Bill Henson, Jim Bruni, Dan Pabich, Bob 5 hlois, Jay 2 V SChiove, Coach Ebprlein. BOTTOM. FRONT ROW: Mike Walker, Erfurth, Bob Wiganowski, Dan Nommensen, Kevin Kuchenbm'ker, 3 Ben Goeman, Kevin Rirharlis, Herb Harris, Kont Hulchins. BACK Steve Kresbarh. Baske'ball 177 Mary 10 Hennvssy, Tammy Hen, druks, Kathy Bresnahdn, Diane Sophor, Bernie Vissvrs, Joym Will- hoofvr, Kmy Kopn Jane Ballmvr, Jill lands, Marsha Vdn Nana, Monique 8 hwartz, Cyndi Cede, MM Calm, Miss Palmer. 178 Basketball Chris Zwiltlvr, John Duggan, Don Mukh, Mikex lensing, RH k Milvs, Stove Burlingamo. Golf 179 1 80 Track FRONT ROW: Jenny Williams, Sharon Donohoo, Ann Kopp, Debi bie Zart, Kem Anderson. ROW TWO: Linda Van Der Leest, Kathy Hart, Mary Roethke, Karen Owens, Vanessa Peacock, Cathy Splinter. BACK ROW: Beverly Warfield, Suzanne Hamilton, Beck Neff, Deb Slaats, Ellen Otteson, Lemoyne Fitz, Simmons Carol Ashby, Coach Haui ser. FRONT ROW: Bruce Browing, Tom Anderson, Stove DoBoth, Tom Singer, T. J. Shirley, Dan Kamps, Dick Alwin, Dave Klarkowski, Tom Adomus ROW TWO: Coach Vail, Stow Larsen, Jeff Savatski, Cam Litt, Darrel Miller, Stove Croshan, Joe loestgen, Dave Crzelak, Sean Shannon, Mike Fowler, Cary Rasmussen, Mark Riosonherg, Gavriel Bridgman, BACK ROW: Mike Wilson, Marc Marshall, AI Sapaa, Craig Carnohan, Randy Rosmreh, Carl Ramquist Bill Stoddard, Bob lezwinski Pat Simmons, lim Rulseh, Paul Stoinlm'ker, Ryan Borg, Dale Holland, Jeffrey Mazanec, John Quirk, RiCk Perkins, Mark Engelson Track I 81 182 Tennis fRONT ROW: Martha Vander Avond, Chmk 8 hesol, Don Folwarski, Dean Bodford. BACK ROW: Don Cermanson, Bob Certh, David Krusor, Bill Keen. Hockey Club I 83 FRONI ROW: Connie Crubaugh, Shvrril Strong, Karon Manuoll. BACK ROW: Miss Shifflotl, Shori Bragor, Janet Williams, Carol PUSL h Sheryl Austin, Denise Annon 184 Gymnastics FRONT ROW: Jim Iohnson, David Studzinski, Erin M Saddon, Torn Doug Hull, Mark Slammer, Cary Feyereisen, Morris Moriwaki, Roni lohnson, Darryl Miller, Tom Wolfram BACK ROW: Kelly Collins, ald Callendor,CoaCh Noltnor. Gymnastics 185 fRONT ROW: Patricia Collins, Dob ColalLKa, Julio Dalton, lanvl Hines, Rhonda Eisolo, Killy Kopp, Jano Mueller, Cindy Couk, Audrey Mueller. BACK ROW: Diannv Sponsley Nancy Peters, Janeen Robertson, Barb Cnare Jill Burke, leanno Bangtson, Jill Jonas Kim Om'kvn, Donna Nielson. 186 Badminton 187 Cheedeaden UWP" 'Won LOras UWP p-Won Oshkosh --Won Rivers Fal ,, M Lost Stevens Point H, ,1 ,, , I , , . , , ,, UWPhWOH Augustana MadiSon invitational 3 of S Eau Claire Relays6 0f8 UWPM Lost Whitewater , UWP- Lost Oshkosh , UWP - Lost LaCrosse MEN S GOLF I I UWP - Lost Whitewater xdeinteyr :C'cilf Tourney 9 Of 13 6th in Conference LaCrdsse Golf Tourney 9 of113 Green Bay Tourney 2nd temauer Tourney 4tM1k WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL UWP .. past Loras , ,, WhiteWa r Tourney 6 of , UWP --- LOSt Loras Parkside Go'f TOU, I Winona Tourney Won --1 Lost - 2 1 UWPM-Won U.0f Dubuque Platteville Tourney Won -1 Lost --1 Tourney Won -0 Lost ... 2 Eau Cairf oukrney Won -1 Lost -- 2 Whitewat Stout. . . ' DuPage . , LaCrosse UWP y, Ferris State. . . . . ;' .,. I ........ 7, 'LaCrossed ................ , . . River Falls .................. 7 .. ,. . Loras......;:..' .............. ,, LaCrosse H.411, '....26 at onal 70f 21 ' '1 , W 1' Whitewaterg.r,." ; . .18 $41 Whitewater ................ , '- Stout ........ . .2. 4 Cornell College I... .. UWP ... . .13 Oshkosh .... . Carthage .......... . , . UWJJ ....... 49 Superior. . . :1in ti ma! 5 of 16 " -- UWP ....... 29 Eau Claire ................. 1 UWP ....... 12 St. Norberts ....... ' .......... 7 UWP ....... 14 Stevens Point .............. 28 WOMENIS FIELD HOCKEY thVens Poinyt .......... 1 miOshkosi'I.;..',..r.- ........ 1 Madison . . . .r ..... ..... 3 I88 Scores MEN6S WRESTUNC UWP ....... 11 Parkside Tourney 5th UWP ....... 18 UWP ....... 20 UWP ....... 72 UWP ....... 24 UWP ....... 43 UWP ....... 33 UWP ....... 11 UWP - Lost Loras Upper Iowa Tourney 5 of 7 UWP ....... 50 Oshkosh .............. UWP ....... 52 Lewis College .......... UWP ....... 27 Cornell College ........ Tie for 5th in the Conference Wartburg .................. 2 Augustana ................. 21 Luther ..................... 1 Eau Claire ................. 3 Stout ..................... 1 Bethal .................... 2 Stevens Point .......... Whitewater ............ WOMEN'S GYMNASTlCS UWP - Won Stout Augustana Tourney 2 of 3 UWP -- Won George Williams Stout Tourney 3 of 3 UWP -- Lost Augustana UWP-aWon Whitewater UWP -- Lost Oshkosh LaCrosse Tourney 3 0f 3 3rd in Conference MEN'S SOCCER UWP ........ 0 UWP ........ 3' UWP ........ 0 UWP ........ 2 UWP ........ 0 UWP ........ 2 UWP ........ o UWP ........ 2 UWP ........ 1 UWP ........ 1 Waukesha County Knox Coilege . . . Ripon ........... . Madison' ....... Rockford ..... Maranatha . . .. Judson ....... Marquette . . Northern IL . Cornell ..... ' MEN'S BASKETBALL x 3 P "w UWP UWP . UWP . UWP . UWP . UWP . Tie for 29d i Stout ................. 15 River Falls ............. 63 Augustana ............ 35 U. of Dubuque ........ 35 U. of Iowa ............ 76 Clarke ................ 27 Carthage ............. 59 Whitewater ........... 58 Carroll ............... 72 Madison ......... . . . . .84 Whitewater ........... 64 Carroll ............... 74 Carthage ............. 82 Milton .................... 84 St. Ambrose ................ 65 U. of Dubuque ............. 89 Upper Iowa ................ 75 Green Bay ................. 86 Stevens Point . . . .1 ......... 61 . . . Whitewater ................ 7O . . . .66 Parkside ................... 76 e Holiday Tourney Won . . . .77 St. Joseph .................. 81 . . .76 Indiana College ............ 86 . .71 Superior ................... 62 .91 River Falls ................. 71 .60 Stout ...................... 53 i . .78 LaCrosse .................. 90 . .77 Oshkosh .................. 81 . .69 ' Eau Claire ................. 61 .72 Stevens Point .............. 66 .86 Whitewater ................ L :70 .76 River Falls ................. 85 .67 Superior .................. -75 .68 Stout ...................... 66 LaCrosse .................. 63 Oshkosh .................. 67 Eau Claire ................. 80 . . LaCrosse ........ L .......... 63 . . . Parkside .................. 112 ference SENIORS Seniors 191 MAHDI ABDAL Kuwait Soiland Crop Science EDWARD W. ADAMS Boscobel, WI Industrial Technology CLAUDIA AIDE Hazel Green, WI Elementary Education LARRY AKERS Eau Claire, WI Criminaljusrice STEPHEN G. 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BAD '1 Badtke Badula, Bahler, B derson, Leon- Bajurny, P easky, Pamela Baker, Ric -Bader, Khaled K Baldwm, D ALAMBDA A 144 PHIOMECA 1 hapman, Keith harles, Sharon 118 Charles, Timoth 118 iCharron,C.MlchET 170,134' 0 HEERLEADERS ,187 CHEMISTRY CLUB 125 Chevas, Don 117 Chick, James 49 CHI EPSILON 145 Christen, Kim 103 hristensen, leffrey 33 eter 33 , Craig 14 emens, Robert 173 ementi, Peter 107, 207 even, Russell 43,130 5kner, Cory 15 bus, Cary 56,148 ,chems, Nicholas 145 dy, Michael 105,151 Commewmk 1 C0urtney,JiH 34 Cowl; Claire 25 C0x,lames 47 Cozz' enneth 14 Craft,Leann 98,126 CraHey,William 6 Cran, onald 371 Crane,Steve 29,1 Crase,Michael 41,139 Crawford,Cheryl 201 baugh,Steve 112, 197 siacsek,Pete 44 ulver,Amber 53,137, ulver,Melodie 54,78 unningham,William upp,DonaId 53 upp,Robert 53,197 urley,CoHeen 116,121 urley,Kevin 52,104,1 Curtin,Theodore 3O Cuta,John 46 Daffner,Margaret 23, 136,180 ahl,D0C 117,197 sahl,1eff 44,123 ahlke,Dana 24 ahlman,Mark 55 ahms,lohn 50 $Daires,Mike 105 Qale,Carl 139,197 Dale,Richard 49 Dalecki,Michael 43 alton,Dennis 1S Dalton,luiie 168,186 Daniei,Mary 25 3 Erickson, Donald 15,140 , Erickson, Linnea 19 37 Erickson, Robert 200 17 Erickson, Scott 177 Erickson, Thomas 123 Ethridge, Philip 38,103,134 Euler, Bobbie 26, Eversoll, D.avid: ggi Evert, DaVId Folwarski, Daniel 111 FOOTBALL 172-173 Foster, Doug 103 Foster, Larry 31 Foster, Mark 30 Foth, Sally 58' Foth, Thomas 121,127 Fowler, James 43 Fowler, Jeffrey 42, 170, 201 , uggangjo n 179 Duhj ann,Mark 105 ' an, Peter 102 121 EXPONENT m Fowler, Nancy 114 I Eyres, Timothy Fowler, Randy 53 34'168 Fails, J0 173; Fox, Beth 54 Fairchild,6'1ag 129 Francis,Patricia 55,138 h Wally 140 Faiker, Brian 105,147,12994' " Frank,Bili 117 i, Julie 144,199 Faik, ,Wkie 35 Fr ke, Dale 45 , Faitz Iiam 200 nseen, Kate 201 H i 'ansen,1ane 56 ' Fransen, Linda 21,201 szzedrick, John 111,201 6FIzenCh, Jeanne 19 Freund, Linda 59 Frey,Janet 19, 126, 141, 202 Friedrich, Dawn 22,130 Friederick,David 112 , FRIENDSOFTHE UNIVERSITY 234-235 Fritch, Rae 23 3andra 26,144 '5 Fritzjigmil Farnharh', Timot Farrington, B6131 151, 200 Faulks,'Mici-1ael Fauiks, Robeiiat Favreau,James I iFay,Mary 53 W t,Christipher 14,123, Fay Steve 99 Feagles, Eliza . Geddes Saiiy S8 130 , Gehin, Richard 105,144,202 Gehn, Jili 34 Gehrke, Ronald 124,141, 145,202 CehrI,Frank 48,128 Geissbuhier,lohn 105, Centhner,Thomas 33 CEODE 119 GEOLOGY 127 Gerber,Roger 131 Cerhart, Jean 26, 139, 147, 129 Gerlach,Wayne 37 Gerleman,Floyd 202 Cermanson,Don 142 Gerth, Alan 45,115,124,145, 147 Gerth, Robert 47,115,123, 147 Getzendaner, Michael 128 Gibson, Victoria 50,148 I Giddings,Alice 52,138 ,Ciese,Aiian 110,202 Cilbert,Mend0n 33 GIIbertson,Beverly 35 Gile,Debra 103,144 Giii,Brian 107 Ciiles,Debbi 35 Ciilitzer,Phyliis 25,147 Gingras,C.ordon 14 Gitz,James 48,128 Giuliani,Susan 124,131 Cladhill,Dennis 202 Glassen,Peter 51 Ciynn,$tephen 39 Goeman,Ben 177 Goedekdd,Todd 99 Goethel, Thomas 124, 141, 203 L ' Coetschferry 149,203 Goetschei,Susan 52 Coetzman,Cregory 31 Colackson,Randai 36 , Coldsworthy,SheryH 23 L Goldthorpe,Catherine 108' Goldthorpe,Karia 21 GOLF 179 Goodweiier,Rodney 105, Coodweiier,$aridy 109 ' Gorch-eis,Carl 2203': n, Gorcheis, Katherine iGorman, lem 149 Cram, Tim 40 so sswosd, Cindy 98, m, .Orcwm, Greg 18 ' omioftaine 48 -ross,DaWd' 56,177 . Crosshans, W'Etliam 111, 203 aGrothe', Qonna 25, 126 Grotfcin, Patricia 34,132 :1 Crotkin,Virginia 24 . Grube,Gordon 39,70 Crube,Steven 37,137 Gruenefeider,Mark 40 Crunder,Ann 32,148,129 Grunder,Madeleine 24 Gruninger, Kimberiy Grutzik,David 47 Grutzmacher, Grego- Gubioraus,Lou 58 Guisier,Paul 39 GundSach,Kurt 107,1 Gund!ach,Margaret 20 Gust, Laurence 30 Gust, Michael 50 , Guthrie, Bradiey 105 128 , Gutknecht,51ephanie 34' uzinia, Dick Harian, David 45, 134 Hariis, Gretchen 51 Harris, Herbert 48, 177 Harris, Norman 46 Harrison, Lewis 55 Harrmann, Timothy 38 Harsch, John 113 ' Hart Cynthia Hart, Kathy 134,180 Hart Lawrenc 70 1 Hartenjay Herrman, Steve 29 Herro, Jerome 173 Herzberg, Cary 15 Herzfeldt, Mary 34,139 Hess, Donald 121 Hesseling, Amy 109 6th, Susan 24 ,. Hickey, Thomas 139 'cks, Mary 56 vks, Steven 115, 205 : 1 kston,Deborah 57 ie 130, 205 Hulce', Curt Hull, Douglas ' Huii, Kirk 206 Humberg, Shelby ' Hunt, David 16,12 , Hunter, Neal 15 Hupfer, Bruce 55 Huss, leffrey 206 Hutchins,Jim 173 Hutchins, Kent 31, 134, 1. Hutchinson, William 14, 114, 121 Hutchinson,1ames 44 Hutchinson, Pamela 116 Huy, H0 133 Hvizdak, Thomas 44 Hymes, Kathleen 101, 151 Hymes, Paul 111 $9, Robert 47, 207 lmhof, Eric 57 lngebritsen, Jeffrey 103, 207 .4115;de David 173 rggwell, Scott 41 UDENTS 133 Timothy 30,130 ,lohn 105" , 4.135 ' "Wski,6reg'; ry 16, 7g , -, Cums - 29;,121 n, Daniel 127 ' , Danie; 40 , Donala 17 m, Douglas 207 on, Eric 56 , era! 40 0n,Helen 98 Karpowicz, Steven 41 Karrels,Thomas 44,12 ,1 Karsten, john Kasenow, Christi Kasprzak, Ri'chard Kass, Denise 59 Kast, Ronald 122", Kastenholz, IO 1 I Kat2,A1an Katzer, Lew Katzer, M. Kaufman, ert 48 ' 127,151 , , A 102 ner,William 36 ' Keeney,DanieI 18,147 Keeney, RQQerE Keep, Paul 11 Keesey, Kim ' Keleher, ll Keleher, Denbra , Ier, Craig 46,177 ,iHiam 29 $ady 34,125 e'ttel, obert 47,145 Kettler, pm 207 Kettenofen,1'imothy 173 0 dith 119,144 kff mas 18 d : frey 126 ra 78,109,151 Kleiser, Sarah Klesper, Susgn 25 Klessig, Karen 209 Kletzien,Loya1 31 Klocek, David 55 Kloss, Kristine 141 Kluck, Kenneth 36 Klug, Cary 99 Klug,1anet 109, 209 Klug, Peggy 24 Knaack, David 30 Knaapen, Willa 22 Knapik, Patricia 26,119, 124,: 131 Knapp, Jeff 170,171 Knapp, Dennis 130 Knevei, Joy 209 Knesting, Donna 2O Knetter,lack 107 Kniep, Cary 30 Knight, Robert 209 Knop, James 36,142 Knors, Brian 53 Knudson, Mark 44, 127 "Knudtson, Wayne 47,134, 209 Knuteson, Steven 38,121 Knauth, Larry 51,113 KnEgtson, Laura 210 K0611, Richard 28 Koc , Robert 51 Kochianski, Brian 3O Koeb'ggrnick, Corey 42, 136 Koehlib; Gregory 15 Koen n, Joseph 33, 125,144 Koen n, Mark 57, 210 Koep 1, Mark 30 K0ep,ell, Russell 41 Koern'er, George 125 Kolb, Cary 55 Kolberg, Kay 56 Kollath, Robert 58,1 ., 210 Kolosso, Andrew 173 41 Lightner, Robert Lillge,Valerie Lind, Janice 1Q 50 36 .y 107 V ,, en 1711 Mantes, Jeffrey 115 Manthey, Mike 115,119, 115, 213 Manuel, Elaine 101 Manuell, Karen 168,184 Marcoe, Karon Markham, Kurt Marklein, Richard Marko, Timothy 52,111 Marks, MiChaeI 40 Mirkus, Rerbecca 108,129 Millet,To a 19 , eller, Bri oghimifar 133,170 ohabber, Molitor, Co Moll, Richar Mollan, Larr Molland, Ro Monnier, Pau Monroe, Ci elson, Chester elson Diane mmI14 8 Pfleger,C nt mm W m mnchA no thtoti; Jame, Novak Lee 42 f Novak, Mark 1 Novey, Bryan 3 Novinski, Bradley teven 27 ce 15 Oertel,Richard 35', ,1 52 Okcugil, Donald 48 , Olereke, Alexander OW 216 O Lark, Marlene Olaughlin Thomas 58 Oldenburg,John ; S4 Olp,Michae1 18,128 Olsen,John 43 Olsen,Robert 138 Osen,$teven 57,134 Olson,Alexa'nder' 117 Olson,Bruce 45 1 son,Carol 137 Perrecone,Micha n,Cynthia 20 Perry,Marie 20, anice 20 Pertzborn,Dale 244 Index 44 ;Frederik 38, 117 , . heryl 78 ' J , enn 3 alph, Richard 141 ' L , Schroeder, John 125, 2, Ramirez, Gustavo 111 Schroeder, Karl 56 Ramquist, Carl 33 , , ' Schroeder, Kevin j Randall, Gregory 33 1 L Rank, Ronald 18, 47,105, Ritc ie, David 49 145 : 'Ritger; Rud? Rasmussen, Charles 78, 98, ' K 1 122, 151, 219 alava, Cheryl Rasmussen, Dale 36 4 . Salava, Craig 3 Rasmus " Cary 42 , Roberts,Jerald Saldivar, Eliseo L ' Roberts, Jerry D 53 Sampson, Bruce Roberts, Nancy 98,108,130 Sampson, Thomas 4 N 133 , Roberts, Richard 49 Sanders, Di: Rathke, Jon 3 Roberts, Toni 21 Sankey, Dea Ratt, Laurel - , Rob rts Jan en 34, 134 rba? Raube, Gregory ' 1 1 Rausch, Carlton H, Rauwerdinkf Raymer, Joan 57-1 Raymond, Garry 122' Raymond, Mary 23 Reckner, Frederick 1 Rector Ill, William Reddy, Para ,. r Reese, Mary 3 Reesenbu Reichardk Selves,Sharon 50 Semingson,Craig 51 Smallwood,Jeffrey 139,148 Statz, David 43 Smet,Char Stau acher, Robert , Dennis", 46 Stenjem, Dale 225 , Debra 13g; 129 . 32, 52, 1'01 , 30, 26 Spillane,Mary 55 Splinter, Catherine 113, 180 SPORTS 166-189 Sprinkel, Stephen 44 Stache, Robert 17 Stack, Charles "229,113 ' Stack, Patricia 20 Stammer, Mark 16, 185 Stanchak, Peter 132 Stanek, Mike 99 StanseH, John 16,177 8,118, :32 anson, Harold anson, Julee 1 131 L Swearengen, Danie SWEETWATER REVIE Swenson,Dwight 1 Swenson,Gregg 30,128 Swigart, Roger 146, 226,, SWIMMING 175 Swinehart,Gloriann 34 Switzer,Ierry 173 Swoboda,Michael 51,113 Symons,Craig 28,145 Syse,Roger 44 Taft,Larry 117,226 Tart,Yvonne 226 Tainter,Timothy '46 ' ' es 2261 Thompson, Tana 23,129 Thousand,Gregory 30, 'hrockmarto "Cougias" ' Thundercloud, Tracy 44 Tibbetts, David 52 Tidball, Allyn 70 Tilson, Michael 53 Timmel, Dennis 46 TimmOns, Cheryl TindeH, David 1 Tippiettjernardi L Titus, Rodney 29 ' Tobin, Jane 23 Tobison, Steven 53,132 w Topolewski, Tim 139 Toser,Alan 101 Togchette,Denise $21 ' Tourdot,Wayne .43 '- TRACK - WOMEN 1180 Trainor, Timothy 38 Travis, Scott 132 ., Traxel, Kathryn 22, 7O Treat, Joel 45,139 Treske, Jeffrey 39 Tresner, Kim 127 Treutel, Steven 37 Trine, David 146, 227 Trollop, Gregory 138 Trow, Keith 45,136, 139, 144 Trueblood, Terry 17 Tshalla, Onana 170 Tschanz, Lyman 43 Tubesing, Richard 115, 124 Tucker, Alan 17 Tucker, Thomas 18 Tuckwood, Pamela 20,119, 147 Tudor, Gin 54 Tunak, Allen 128, 227 Turek, Robert 33,112 Turk, Bob 170 Turnell, Jon 173 Tyson, Gerald 18 Udelhoven, Thomas 37 Udell,Ju1ie 50 Ullman, Heidi 24 Ullmer, Lisa 56 Ulness, Brian 27, 28, 125 Ulrich, Michael 18 Ulrikson, Daneil 45, 227 , Underhill, Debr . Upd U 8 Us .L L, UWP- L Vaassen, Valuch, Mich Vandeberg, Jerro 'L L Vanden Avond, Ma g L VandenBoogaard, K LL VanderCalien,Car1 L VanderHyden, Ch Van Der Leest, Lind 174, 180 Vander Veen, Janet 7 VanderVelden, Da LL 173 L Van Dixhorn, Jeffre Van Dixhorn, Lee VanDyke, David VanEpps, Dawn VanLaarhoven, De VanNatta, David VanNatta, Marsha 178 Verbeten, Michae Verdine, Rodney Versnik, William VETS CLUB 117 Vial, Mary 227 Vick, Tracey 31 Vickers, Patrick Viesselmann, Ki Viney, Rhonda Virnig, Jerry 22 Voegelei,1aca1yn 50,111 Voigt, Gerald 31 Voigts, Thomas 227 VOLLEYBALL 174 Volimer, Donna 32 Vondra, Edward 228 Vorwald, Valerie 23, 111 Vosberg, Joan 228 Vosberg, Robert 112, 151 Vosters, Roger 55 Vroman, Marc 48 Vyvyan, John 102 L Waelcthf 1 "L L L Wagener, Wagner, Eli L Wagner, Mary Wagner, Matth Wahlen, Kurt Wallacemezef 41,112? Walleser,Mary 2 erner, Joseph th,John 55 We; ner,David 39,3 West,1anet 4 L L :- Wohlfarth,$n 14eith ,. Woods, Diggna 48 Wort garet 78 132 WideLLr1,Michael L229 Widstrand, H 2 , :LWurthkLzr, John 122 LL74 Y'aFIke, Kurt 230w .Lnke, Mark 99 L , erzLCharles 121 L 1 Michae ,, ' , 1372, 148 33, 105 Index 247" 248 End! . . and so there aith nothing more to write about, and I'm rotten glad of it, because if Vd a knowed what a trouble it was to make a book I wouldn't a tackled it, and I aith ageing to no more. Mark Twain FEBRUARY I977 1 Swimming - Lotus m 2 Ground Hogk Day 4 Gymnerl'ics - Augusfana H? Swimming - LaCrosso CU 5 Bashiboll - Mihwator H Wrufling - U Iowa Tourney Swimming - Shut m 8 Wrestling - Oshkosh m 1 1 BQSRIOBON - River Falls U, Wrestling - Lewis College "'0 Gymnasfics - Whifowahr m I 2 Bashiball -- Superior U, Wrufling - LaCrossd Gymnasfics - DuPago Swimming Whjfowafo 0'0 13 Dinner Pops Orch. 14 Wrestling - Upper Iowa H! Valonfina's Day I 5 Fourfh Deadline 17 Swimming Carri. Championships 18 Wrcsffing .. Cod. Mae? 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