University of Wisconsin Whitewater - Minneiska Yearbook (Whitewater, WI)
- Class of 1974
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in the world
Campus Life .......................... 14
of the fittest
Sports ................................ 48
in the university
Organizations ......................... 78
Greeks .............................. 132
in a cubical
Dorms .............................. 168
in the cold, real world . . .
Seniors .............................. 220
Survival in a World
That Turns Trees Into
Survival in 1974 was a struggle.
There was internal turmoil, galloping inflation, a gas shortage
and the greatest stock of unsold cars in history.
There was uncertainty.
What was becoming of our quality of life? What would become
of the country without strong leadership? What could be done
about the environment? What is going on in the Middle East and
There were personal struggles.
How can I find enough time for all this work? What do I want
to do with this life? I would just like to sit and be quiet for a while.
I wish someone would love me.
People are very much like trees.
Gone are the rah-rah and no-
more-war days. Hard reality'means
getting through four years of
school, doing well on exams and
finding a job fast.
Idealism is no longer intangible
pie in the sky.
The most painful and all encom-
passing battle is the struggle for
personal and emotional survival
amid untold pressure.
Survival in Whitewater, 1974
The graduate school was saved.
Roseman Campus School closed.
Chancellor Carter resigned.
The Minneiska and Royal Purple
The used fee idea was tied up in red
Four co-eds were killed in a car
accident on the way back from a
Two Homecomings divided the
The summer tent theater was
destroyed by storm.
Jobs were scarce, especially for
SURVIVAL: To remain alive after.
To continue to exist.
There is absolutely no in-
evitability as long as there is a
willingness to contemplate what is
happening. M L h
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Survival in the world . . .
of blue jeans with patches and
red plaid jackets teetering on the
brink of academic frustration.
Reminiscence: A Look at the Past Year
Another school year has come and gone.
Glance back at the accomplishments you
have achieved during that time. Were you
satisfied with merely being a student, or
did you strive to make the most of each day
by becoming an active participant in cam-
pus activities? Composing creative themes,
cramming for tests, and endless hours in
the library perhaps occupied the majority
of your time. The academic phase of
college, however, is only one aspect of your
education. It is only through involvement
in extra-curricular activities, membership
in professional organizations, and through
campus events that an individual can ob-
tain a truly well-rounded education and
take advantage of llstudent life?
Take a momentls time to look back and
recall those pleasant memories only a
college student could have experienced.
Frolicing in the snow during the
Winterfest games, harmonizing with the
Lettermen at the Homecoming concert,
and cheering your favorite team on to vic-
tory at the May Week tournaments were
only a few of the numerous events you may
cherish in your hearts as you reflect on the
1973-74- academic year at UW-Whitewater.
In years from now, as you reminisce
your college days, we hope you will be able
to recall these years as the most
stimulating days of your life. College is
what you make it. The students pictured in
the following llCampus Life,a section have
made their college days so much more
rewarding by really living and enjoying
Introduction I 7
iiSorry, No Money,9
HDonlt take that trip, isPut on a
sweater.H siThe doctor will be here
Thursday." iiSorry, no gas." i6Save the grad
school?, isIim hungry? slIs it cold in
These were probably the most used and
least popular statements heard on the
Whitewater campus during the past
The year of the cutbacks brought many
changes to UW-Whitewater. Our nation
was faced with an energy crisis which was
also apparent at the university. Turning
down the thermostats resulted in the use of
space heaters, additional blankets and has
caused students to wear jackets in classes.
Travel was cut down by both residents
and commuters alike. There was less travel
on weekends and thanks to Pi Sigma Ep-
silon, our commuters formed a campus-
wide car pool.
As a result of the energy situation,
students experienced a number of in-
conveniences. The lines in the dining halls
seemed to double in length while other
students patiently waited in vain for the
vending machines to be filled.
In addition to the energy crisis UW-W
also encountered a financial crisis. The
Colleges lost a number of their faculty per-
sonnel which resulted in reduced course
offerings and affected various clubs and
sports activities. Besides losing potential
sponsors and coaches, many of the
organizations were faced with less money
for equipment and travel expenses.
The 1973-74 academic year at the Univer-
sity of Wiseonsin-Whitewater has truly
been a year of ilSurvivalfl
Where were you when we needed you?"
66Save the Grad School,9
A new mission statement authorizing
the School of Graduate Studies and Con-
tinuing Education to continue as an
autonomous unit with its own dean and
granting its own degrees was approved by
the Board of Regents at its January
An earlier proposed mission statement,
developed by Central Administration in
Madison for each of the members of the
UW System, had designated UW-
Whitewater a iiprimary undergraduate in-
stitution? This move set off a flurry of ac-
tivity, not only at Whitewater but at other
universities whose graduate schools were
similarly designated. But reaction here
was particularly strong as Whitewateris
graduate enrollment was the largest among
the former State Universities and because
of the uniqueness of UW-W graduate
offerings. Many students protested that
they would be unable to obtain the work
they needed if Whitewater"s graduate
school was restricted or regimented.
Letters protesting the proposal flowed
into the offices of Central Administration
in Madison and to individual members of
the UW System Board of Regents. Area
school boards, educational organizations,
UW-W student groups, county boards and
City councils protested the proposed cur-
tailment. Individual citizens and students
enlisted the support of area legislators in
retaining the autonomous character of the
Public outcry was loud and clear and
resulted in the scheduling of regent
hearings on the proposed mission
statements on each of the campuses of the
University of Wisconsin System.
UW-Whitewateris public hearing on the
mission statement was held November 16
in Barnett Theatre in the Center of the
Arts. More than 560 persons crammed into
the theater during the three-hour hearing,
which was chaired by Regent Milton
Neshek of Elkhorn. More than 30 persons
made oral presentations before the hearing
committee. Included were State Represen-
tative Byron Wackett from Watertown and
State Senator James Swan of Elkhorn,
members of the Joint Finance Committee
of the legislature; State Senator Dale
McKenna from Jefferson; State Represen-
tatives Delmar DeLong of Clinton, Lewis
T. Mitness of Janesville, and John R. Plewa
of Milwaukee; Frank Hill, Whitewater city
manager; John Zwei, director of secondary
education in Janesville; Robert Martin,
city manager of Fort Atkinson; Dr. Fred
Holt, Janesville superintendent of schools;
Thane Uglow, Whitewater superintendent
of schools; Gene Huntley, representing the
Elkhorn Education Association; and
Robert Schroeder, a Priee-Waterhouse per-
sonnel manager from Chicago. A number
of others filed written presentations.
Throughout the hearings participants
emphasized the valuable educational ser-
vice the graduate school performed for
citizens of southeastern Wisconsin.
Educators told of the schools cooperation
in providing classes to meet their par-
ticular needs. Teachers spoke of the
applicability of their courses to their own
classroom teaching and the convenience of
having the school close by so that they
could take evening classes. Business men
told of the advantage of being able to stay
abreast with new developments in business
through classes offered by the College of
Business and Economics. All emphasized
repeatedly that courses offered at
Whitewater were uniquely valuable to
On January 11 the Regents unanimously
approved the following graduate mission
for UW-Whitewater: ttThe University
should provide basic graduate education in
select areas clearly associated with its un-
dergraduate emphasis and strengths, in-
cluding specialized graduate programs in
business administration, teacher educa-
tion to encompass business education, and
school business management."
As approved the mission statement gave
UW-Whitewater greater flexibility to
provide services to area business, schools
and other agencies. Dean A.G. McGraw felt
that the new statement clarified the
Schools mission and predicted correctly
that it would result in the largest enroll-
ment in the graduate schools 13-year
Dean McGraw expressed appreciation to
the many people who assisted the Universi-
ty when it appeared the graduate school
might be threatened and whose support
culminated in an acceptable broad mission
statement for graduate work at UW-W.
The Whitewater case was well presented
and well received? he said.
Reflections on the Past,
Aspirations for the Future . . .
On the eve of his resignation President
William L. Carter, reflected back on his
seven years as chancellor and also looked
to the future of UW-Whitewater.
liAs I look back over my seven years as
president and chancellor at University of
Wisconsin-Whitewater in answer to in-
quiries from friends and colleagues as to
how this experience has influenced my at-
titudes on higher education, students,
faculty and administration, I can only
answer that I have not lost my optimistic
faith in all of these. I still consider higher
education as one of the most important
segments of our personal and organized
life. The many students I have worked
with on this campus have strengthened my
faith in their desire and motivation to seek
answers to problems through a sincere
commitment of study and learning.
UW-Whitewater has a fine faculty and it
will be a privilege to consider myself as a
colleague. I have become concerned with
the extent of administrative structure in
higher education but I also know that in
todayis big systems and institutions that
administrators are necessary and con-
tribute to the overall tasks on a campus. I
believe that I have worked with some fine
administrators while in this position?
Regarding the future, President Carter
believes that the University must develop a
unifying theme. Cohesiveness for UW-W
depends on making the decision of this
theme and creating a device which will
contribute to pulling the Colleges and
We must work towards a general agree-
ment as to why we are here, we need that
common interest. Some people may ask
why we need a unifying theme. In response
to this question, this theme would promote
the sharing of values and goals which in
turn would strengthen long term
relationships, whether it be person to per-
son or institution to person.
iiThis short recital of basic beliefs
reveals my optimistic faith in the major
elements of college work. I will carry this
philosophy into my teaching.H
College of the Arts
One of the major issues facing all the
Colleges here at Whitewater, was the
degree to which the cutting back of capital
and faculty had affected their programs.
For the College of the Arts, the reduction
in capital, supplies, and services did not
prove drastic due to the new modern
facilities which had been provided.
Everything had been done to provide the
proper services and supplies for the univer-
sity students. As a step in helping over-
come some shortages, a lab fee in specified
areas in art, such as ceramics, and sculp-
ture was initiated.
Faculty cutbacks did occur within the
art and music department. However, the
student credit production in the three
departments; music, art, and theatre,
justified the faculty they had. According to
Doctor Light, continuing efforts will be
made to maintain the vital programs in all
departments with welI-qualil'ied staff.
Unless severe reductions in the staff occur
in the future, the College will be able to
continue all programs.
Ray moml E. Light. Dean
WThis crisis is a challenge-not a cause
of despair. It is a time for building and the
exercise of the creative abilities of a faculty
dedicated to the concept of flexibility and
innovation in the provision of a high quali-
ty education to the students who seek a
major offered by the College of Business
Based on this philosophy, D. G.
Leeseberg, Dean of the College, has every
confidence that the faculty will meet the
challenge and continue to meet the major
objectives of the University in the areas of
effective teaching, creative research, and
imaginative public service programs in the
budget cutback situation.
D. G. Leeseberg, Dean
BI am proud of the way the students in
the College met the crisis of the burning of
Old Main; of how they are meeting the
challenge of relocation on getting that first
job; of how they are meeting the crisis of
promotion and the acceptance of new
responsibilities; and of the confidence they
demonstrate seeking their education at
These students and the faculty of the
College of Business and Economics look
beyond the present crisis and continue to
build toward future opportunity for
themselves as a part of the University of
College of Business and Economics-25
Dr. Stoneking, Dean of the College of
Education felt very optimistic that
Whitewater has a very bright future
despite the anticipated financial cutback.
Although a further leveling off of the
enrollment is expected in the next year, Dr.
Stoneking stated that because of the out-of-
state tuition, the increasing of high school
graduates, and also due to Wisconsints con-
cern for quality education at all levels,
Whitewaterhs future looks very promising.
Lewis Stoneking, Dean
Letters and Sciences
The College of Letters and Sciences has
been seeking ways to improve its effec-
tiveness in education and community ser-
vice. Even though there are many majors
and minors in the College, it is adding and
proposing several changes to make it possi-
ble for students to better understand
themselves and their role in society.
Commencing next semester, a new
course will be offered in Urban and Area
Development. A course has also been
proposed in Medical Records and Ad-
ministration. In an attempt to give broader
options to students, a revision of the basic
studies has been suggested for the coming
year. A general curriculum major would
be permitted to design their own major
program with the assistance and advice of a
Everett Fulton, Dean of the College of
Letters and Sciences, indicated there could
possibly be a cutback of faculty members
as a result of the budget situation,
however, he did not foresee a curtailing of
courses that would have a substantial stu-
dent interest. The faculty of the College is
continually proposing new ideas and
changing old ones.
Everett Fulton, Dean
College of Letters and Sciences-27
Once again UW-Whitewater gave
students the opportunity to prove their
masochistic tendencies by holding registra-
For those who were fortunate enough to
get 8 am registration times, they were
greeted in those early hours by the moon
. . . . Yes, through the magic of year long
daylight savings time the moon was up and
shining at 8 am although most of the
registering students were not.
The normal hassles of registration reign-
ed supreme again. Sections closed too soon
to suit most people, endless lines of im-
patient students waited for the faculty to
get back from their coffee breaks, and the
ultimate intimidation, having to pay for it
all at the end.
Most students sat back afterward,
grateful it was over, and leery of what was
to come in the next semester.
As students collected and checked out their tower of books, one
consoling thought was that they survived the most nerve-
wracking day of the year.
uReflection . . . Look Back and Let the
Good Times Rollii was the theme for
Whitewatefs 1973 Homecoming roster of
activities. Homecoming ,73 offered a varie-
ty of activities for all students with
different interests to enjoy and participate
in. Attempts were made to break iisome 0f
the traditional quirks that this campus
seems to hold on to?
As in past years, the Thursday night con-
cert was the main attraction. The
Lettermenis performance with their back-
up hand, The Signs, held the audience cap-
tive. The Lettermen opened their concert
with tunes of today. Rolling back in time,
The Lettermen took the audience down
memory lane by vocalizing iiTraces of
Love," iiHurt So Badi9 and other famous
Highlighting the intermission was the
announcement of Lu Ann Ripp as
Homecoming Queen and L. A. Landgraf as
King. Candidates campaigned as couples
for the first time. Representing
Whitewater spirit, Deborah Gatske was
selected as the 1973 Klumb Girl.
Reflections . . .
Look Back . . .
Let the Good Times Roll
Sponsored by the UW-W Afro-American
Society, the HFree Mindsta entertained for
the Black Homecoming dance. Princess
Hill was crowned as the Black Campus
Dressed in the style of the 50ts and play-
ing rock tn roll, Little Zigg and the Zeu
presented their distinct types of music on
Enthusiastic Homecoming supporters
had their hearts and lungs conditioned for
the Yell Like Hell contest, while other
students hLet the Good Times Roll,9 as
they rolled around campus in the Bed Ral-
ly competition Friday afternoon.
Following the Warhawk 3-0 victory over
St. Norberts, was the traditional dinner-
dance featuring the ttBahy Fath combo.
The University Center Activities Board
provided social, cultural and recreational
programs for the entire campus. In addi-
tion to the highlights of May Week and
Winterfest, UCAB sponsored a variety of
other events. Cultural programs to be
remembered were the dancing of'Jost':
Greco, and the Halloween special featur-
ing Murray Brown, in a one-man theatre
depicting the works of Edgar Allen Poe.
Unique programs brought to campus by
UCAB included Stanton Friedman,s lec-
ture on tsFlying Saucers are ReaV, and the
presentation of Gil Eagles, the Enter-
taining Psychic. One of the ever-popular
acts of the University Center has been the
Coffee House, where four times a semester
professional entertainers spent an entire
week on campus. Hardly a weekend went
by without a major movie being available
In response to a recommendation made
by the Committee of Club Sports,
Chancellor Carter established the Club
Sports Office. The purpose of the office has
been to provide a recreational outlet for
those who sought leisure activities at the
club level which included intramural and
varsity athletics. Any group that was func-
tioning with the goal of leisure participa-
tion was considered a part of the club.
UCAB Promotes Student Involvement
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Marjorie Fox Nettles
Out of the heavy mist of this
Comes a calmness, a sort of
The greyness ol' the seemingly
heavy atmosphere covers all
necessary objects of the
One is alone. Then comes the
Interest in clear detail.
Etched in bold black type;
Imprinted for future usehsuch
The Book of Modern
Talents in Theatrical
A wide range of activities were provided
throughout the year to meet the leisure
time needs of any student, no matter what
his taste or interest was.
The Theatre Department presented a
variety of plays which were enjoyed by any
member of the audience whatever his taste
may have been.
Two of the theatrical productions per-
formed were; HMacbethM the Shakesperian
tragedy, and iEYou Cath Take It With
Youi7 a comedy about a family who believ-
ed in doing their own thing.
As one of the attractions of the Perfor-
ming Art Series, Jose Greco and Nana Lor-
ca, world famous Spanish dancers,
demonstrated their talent to the UW-
Campus Festivities 66Ring in the Christmas Seasonaa
Christmas cheer was observed on cam-
pus through the continuance of one tradi-
tion and the initiation of another. The An-
nual Boar"s Head Festival, sponsored by
the Meister-singers and UCAB, recreated a
Tudor Christmas and created an at-
mosphere of goodwill and cheer. While sip-
ping wassail, the audience was entertained
with carols 0f the season sung by The
Meistersingers, under the direction of
High Master of Song John Weiland. Sir
William Eddington directed The Brass
Ensemble who provided entertainment
during the festivities.
The Grand Wassail Lord Dan Reiehel
presented the left ear of the boaris head to
the most deserying faculty member. The
Assistant Dean of Business and Economics,
Leon Hermsen was given the
honor of being dubbed Knight of Royalty.
Kim Westergaard reeeiyed the right ear of
the boar which entitled him to be named
Knight of Courage.
Enhancing the Whitewater holiday
season was the first JuI-Fest Dinner
celebration. Gaily sung carols, splendid
food, and spirited t'omradeship combined
to set the joyful mood of Christmas.
The UW-W JuLFest included an elegant
dinner with entertainment featuring
various musical traditions of the Christ-
mas season throughout the ages by the I.W-
W Madrigalians and Treble Clef Choir and
other guest performers under the direction
of Dr. Robert Lee Jennings. Dancing music
was provided by the Jazz-Lab Band.
Immediate response by all to the Jul-
Fest was most enthusiastic and complimen-
tary in insisting that the event become an
annual event at Whitewater.
Winterfest 974 Created
Comedy, Clowns, Casino, Concerts . . .
Winterfest 74 was the best winter fun
Whitewater has seen in several years. From
the circus to beer-chugging, students join-
ed in the fun of celebrating the freshly
Wednesday featured Dr. Bop Record
Hop and Circus World Night with Cousin
Otto and his 25 clowns. The Clowns,
together with Pachyderm, the beer-
drinking elephant, guaranteed a smile on
everyoneis face. The UW-W Jazz Band per-
formed with a group called Winfield Road.
The UCAB sponsored event also featured
a Grass Roots Concert Thursday night.
iiEdmonds 81 Curley," a comedy team
preceded the Grass Roots. This yearis
Queen was Kathy Summers-Delta Zeta,
and King was Rich Grubee-Tau Kappa Ep-
Something new was added to Winterfest
,74. Casino Night was offered at the Univer-
sity Center. From Bingo t0 5-Card Stud.
students tried their luck at gambling. Also
Friday night, the Hoeir Brothers Band was
featured with a very good turnout.
Students agreed Winterfest 574 was a
super time from the elephant t0 the
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Winterfest 74 43
Prelude to Summer
A carnival, frolicking in the sun, and
just a good time with friends is what May
Week was all about.
Hot dogs, hamburgers, softball tour-
naments, side shows and outdoor concerts
were a few of the many fun-filled activities
which ended another school year and in-
itiated another spring.
In addition to the games and rides 0f the
carnival, students were able to display
their talent in the variety show. For any
movie-goers in the audience, a movie
marathon was held.
This UCAB sponsored event, held in
Starin Park, was a good time to have a
break before the final week of scholastic
pressures for students and also, to say
goodbye for the summer.
Graduation . . .
Ending and Beginning
Graduation, for 1,700 students was a tur-
ning point in their struggle for survival. It
was the culmination of one struggle and
the commencement of another.
Graduation for the majority marked the
end of their academic endeavors. The goal
of bettering onegs self had been attained or
was given a good start.
It was also the commencement of
another struggle for survival. Survival in
t0day"s society. It meant putting theory
into practice, testing to discover what
limitations and weaknesses were.
The struggle for survival will never cease
and for this yearls graduate, graduation
was only one of the many turning points in
Chancellor William L. Carter
Survival of the fittest . . .
Competition means stomping 0n the
other guy before he has a chance
to stomp on you.
Harriers Run to Exhaustion
The 1973 season saw the Warhawks fac-
ing rugged competition. Led by senior cap-
tain Wes Babcock and national qualifier
Ken Gehrt, the Warhawks established a
dual meet record of four wins and five
losses in WSUC competition. Harrier men-
tor, Bob Fiskum, remarked that the season
was a disappointing one and that the
team,s biggest problems were those of con-
sistency and their failure to realize their
.'OSS COUNTRY: FRONT ROW: Wesley Babcock, Kent Gehrt, Joe Belanger, Barry Verdegan, Gary
eston. SECOND ROW: Coach Robert Fiskum, David Nettakoven, Frank Burns, Jay Nuedling, Joel
ebles, not pictured: David Wegner.
End of Season Curse Strikes Again
The 1973 season left the Warhawks with
a disappointing third in the WSUC. Losses
t0 LaCrosse and Oshkosh at the closing of
the season crumbled hopes for a con-
ference championship. Before going into
the LaCrosse game, the Hawks were tied
for the lead with a 4-0-2 record. A victory
over Northern Michigan started off the
season well, followed by a tie game with
Platteville. The Hawks then continued up-
ward with four consecutive wins.
Greg Montgomery, Mike Capodarco, and
Bill Roper all broke records during this
1973 season. Montgomery raced 97 yards
for the longest kickoff return in WSUC
history. With a 45-yard field goal, Capodar-
00 broke a school record that he set two
years ago. Setting a new UWW career
record, Roper rushed 2,254 yards in 28
games during his varsity career.
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Cagers Gain Share of Title
For the second year in a row, the Hawk
cagers ended in a tie for first in conference.
They started well with their first loss not
coming until the Quincy Tournament in
December. Their only conference losses
were to Platteville on January 26 and Eau
Claire on February 2. The Hawks then con-
tinued to win and ended with a 20-4- overall
record and a record of 14-2 for conference.
The Hawks gained berth in the NAIA
State Playoff finals with an impressive 94-
69 win over Milton. However, two nights
later, the Hawks hopes for a place in the
NAIA National Tournament were crushed
by Eau Claire with a 70-63 defeat.
Tom VanDeBogart, Elmer Polk, and
Bob Stone all received honorable mention
on the all conference team, while Larry
and Garry Grimes were on both all-
conference and aII-district teams.
Our Team Had a
Sixth in NAIA Poll
The Warhawk Grapplers led by head
coach Willie Myers recorded in impressive L L L 3;; Ilm
overall dual record of 11-2. They also won ' -L ' "L WV huh
the Graceland Invitational and their own
Whitewater Invitational. The only losses of
the season came at the hands of highly
ranked Eastern Illinois and NAIA number
three ranked Mankato State. Warhawk
Grapplers Gary Zizzo, Mike Stanek, and
Fred Boskovich captured conference
championships and five other warhawks
wrestled to third place finishes, as the
Warhawks captured the WSUC title. The
season concluded with the entire varsity
squad competing in the national meet.
Tankers Drown Carthage
It was a disappointing season for the
Warhawks swimming team. They ended
last in the conference with a 2-8-1 overall
record. For a small team, the Warhawks
did their best.
The highpoint of the season was the
Tankers 66-46 victory over Carthage. The
Hawks finished first in 9 of 13 events. Jeff
Trentadue and Grant Hrushka placed first
and second respectively in the diving.
Unfortunately, Coach Marvin Ross will
not be returning next year and depending
on funds, the teamis existence may also be
MenTs Intramurals were alive and well
and living in Williams Center, having sur-
vived the threatened budget cuts and the
threat of the user fee another year.
Flag football experienced an especially
exciting conclusion. There was a three way
tie in Independent A between the
Canibulls, Touchdowns on Tap and ,73
State Champs, all with 7-1 records. The
Canibulls survived the playoffs to take the
Phi Chi Epsilon won both Fraternity A
and B divisions in basketball. The TKE,s
took the Fraternity C title. The Kuuees,
DopeHs No. 7, VV,S, and Dilbos were
champs in their respective independent
Men '3 Intramurals 65
Men '5 lntramurals-67
C0uldn9t Be Silenced
The Hawks split a double header against
Milton April 6 with the opening of the
During Easter vacation the Hawks
traveled through Illinois hoping to gain
much needed experience for the con-
Returning to Wisconsin they opened the
conference season April 23 against Stevens
Point losing both games. The following
day they sprang back with two victories
The Hawks were a young and inex-
perienced squad with only two seniors, but
they had determination. They were strong
offensively with good solid hitting. Tom
Bradley, pitcher-outfielder, and second
baseman Bob OiKeefe gained honorable
mention in WSUC,s AH-Conference
baseball team selection.
Trackmen Run Through
Record Breaking Season
Co-captains Steve Hirsch and Jeff Ever-
son led a combination of a nucleus of
returning lettermen and a strong group of
freshmen recruited by head coach Rex
Foster into a very much improved WSU
Conference. Highlights of the season were
consistent great performances by Sherman
Della, Jerry Johnson, Jeff Everson, and the
440 Relay team; upsets over Point and
Oshkosh; 4th place finishes in the WSUC
Relays, indoor and outdoor meets; a vic-
tory in the seasonal finale at Elmhurst;
and the breaking of 10 home track records,
18 school records, and four conference
Golfers and Netmen End Season Near T0
Under coach Jay Wise, the spring season
opened with wins against Superior and
Stout on April 23. Four days later they out-
shot River Falls and Eau Claire. In May
they were runners-up in the WSUC meet.
Starting the fall season with a new head
coach, Don Voller, the Hawks won over
Stout and Superior. The fall linksters shot
to a second place finish in the WSUC meet
and finished third for the overall season.
GOLF TEAM: Tom A. Felker, Dave L. Dresen, Steve M. Shaw, Gary
Priaulx, Chuck P. Carpenter, Dean Potokar, Greg J. Lownik, Don
Frey, Don Voeller, Coach.
TENNIS TEAM: FRONT ROW: William G. Colondro, Kevin A.
Monahan, Kenneth A. Solan, Jon P. Held, David E. Recknagel, Robert D.
Nelson. SECOND ROW: Ronald R. Wangerin, Coach; Thomas J. Angst,
Chuck Warriner, number one singles
man, led the netters to a 4-2 conference
Warriner netted the only victory against
UW-Madison, making him the only Hawk
to have ever won a singles match against
the Badgers. Warriner also paired up with
Recknagel to make a strong doubles team.
The Hawks took third in the WSU
Conference meet. They were second after
the singles, but dropped after the doubles.
Mark. A. Hoffman, Tom Watson, Daniel J. Lynch, Charles B. Warriner,
Mark E. Fiebrink, Stan Brink, Coach.
Whitewater Women Tough Competitors
Whitewater women have been involved
in sports since the early recreation days up
until the present intercollegiate program.
Whitewater belongs to the Wisconsin
Womenis Intercollegiate Athletic
The field hockey team gained a 5-3-1
record. Season highlights included vic-
tories over UW-Madison and UW-
The championship of the conferenceis
region B and a fourth place at the state
conference championships were the clos-
ing season highlights for the gymnastics
squad. Four individual gold medals were
captured at the conference meet.
Men,s varsity tennis coach, Dr.
Wangerin extended his coaching skills to
the womengs team too. The team finished
with a 4-4 dual record and placed third in
the conference meet.
During their season, the golf team
traveled to UW-LaCrosse and to Illinois
State University for weekend invitationals.
They also met up with UW-Madison and
Northern Illinois, losing to both by ten
J0 Pat Brunette represented Whitewater
in AAU diving competition, gaining a se-
cond place in the one and three meter div-
The volleyball team posted a 2-12 record.
They were on their way to placing in the
championships after defeating UW-
Oshkosh in all three games, and Carthage
in the first game. However, their winning
drive was followed by two defeats to
The women eagers had a strong start,
beating their first four opponents. A loss to
UW-LaCrosse on March 2 crushed the
hopes of advancing to the final of the
The competition in Wisconsin's
women7s intercollegiate athletics is getting
tougher every year. The Hawks are
developing the high caliber needed to fight
against this tougher competition right
along with it.
Survival in the university community . . .
depends on finding identity. One
defines himself by those around
him. I am a cheerleader. I am in
ROTC. I am a musician. I am in
Canoe Club. I am. Therefore, I
The chief promoters of campus spirit at
Homecoming and all athletic events were
the cheerleaders. This yearls all-girl squad
backed the teams from goalpost to free-
throw-line with enthusiasm and disregard
for sore throats.
Hawk-ettes, the girls who sell football
programs and time swim meets, are in-
strumental in campus recruitment. They
promote goodwill for the campus and the
New on the scene at football and basket-
ball games this year was the Pom Pon
Squad. Highlighting the football season
was the half time performance at the
Bears-Viking game. The squad also per-
formed a ,50ls revival routine in full bobby
POM POM SQUAD: FRONT ROW: PM Kern, Judy Penniston, Co- Buckley. BACK ROW: Jane Heger, Sheree Lane, Carol Rickert, Debb'
captain; Marty Marion, Laurie Natchke, Co-captain; Gail Masek. Woznick.
SECOND ROW: Debbie Hintz, Rita Fraqass'i, Susan Gallatin, Sheila
ROW: Liddie Collins, Jan
Presslein, Krys Stepke, Laurie
Slack. BACK ROW: Kathy
Kinsey, Joan Wiggin, Kathy
Offerdahl, Diane Allen. NOT
PICTURED: Bonnie Roby.
AWK'ETTESI FRONT ROW: Gail Netzer, Shirley Crawford, Kathy da Scott, Ann Holmboe, Cindy Route, Chris Clapper, Bonnie Prahl, Nancy
avidson, Pam Brick, Laura Kowalski, Jan Vasiljevich. BACK ROW: Lin- Meyer, Sue Herrmann.
Hawk-enes, Cheerleaders 81
SILVER SCROLL: FRONT ROW: Kathleen A. Winecki. Secretary; Diane ROW: Kathleen M. Maas, Joan D. Nienow, Dr. Pat Townsend, Advisor
M. Elzel, President; Kathleen M. Guagliardo, Co-Vice-President; Patricia Sandra A. Lambert. CO-Vice-President; Joanne M. Miller. Diane L. Syr
A. Geidel, Treasurer; Mary L. Murkowski. Renee C. Liermann. BACK ing. Christinee FiCk. Patricia A. Thom, Cam! 1- Arndorfer.
CIRCLE K: FRONT ROW: Bruce W. Bolgrin, Ronald L. Debra A, Rosenthal. BACK ROW,- Donald M. Armso
Leifer,Secretary; Debra L.Nunemaker.SECOND ROW: Vice-President; Leon Hermsen, Advisor; Russell
Keith M. Marzofka, Stephen D. Baeten, Treasurer; Miller, Ronald B. Armson, President.
Phillip A. Lindemer, Cheri J. Rahn, Nancy S. Chuck,
t loha Beta Alha
LPHA BETA ALPHA: FRONT ROW: Susan L. Hilleshiem, Secretary;
ary L. Burget, Parliamentarian; Jean M. Schoofs, Reporters; Shirley E.
ohmann, Treasurer; Susan K. Vogts. SECOND ROW: Mary Dessain,
Patricia L. Leiser, Lora J. Schallhorn, Susan J. Demro, Marie Templin.
BA CK ROW: Harold Eckes, Advisor; Jeffery W. Reed, Wendy J. Schuren,
Vance A. Nielsen, Kenneth R. Michols, Christinea Bristah.
Silver Scroll was an honorary society for
senior women with leadership in com-
munity activities, and a gradepoint of 3.0.
Activities during the past year included
ushering at commencement, serving as
volunteers at the community blood bank,
and making stuffed animals for han-
Circle K International, the college
branch of the Kiwanis Club was a service
organization for students. Activities this
year included helping with registration.
Red Cross blood drives, a Kiwanis pancake
dinner, and the movement of antiques t0
the Whitewater Historical Society.
The promotion of reading was the goal
of Alpha Beta Alpha, fraternity of
Librarianship. All new pledges were for-
mally initiated at a banquet in January.
The societyts annual paperback book
collection was held in the spring, and all
volumes donated were distributed to an
area correctional institution library.
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: FRONT ROW: Bonnie Winderl, Shirley
Mak, Ellen Tso, Janet Young. BACK ROW: Dr. Jack Cassingham,
Christian Science Or anization
GAMMA DELTA: FRONT ROW: Linda J. Groth. Barbara Garbe,
Gail Renner, Sandy Groener. BACK ROW: Christa Schneiker, Sue
Kevin Graunke, Charlotte Olson, Heather Schaefer, Daniel Littl
Ames, Robert Boedecker, Pastor.
UTHERAN COLLEGIANS: FRONT ROW: David G. Page, Kathryn M.
arnes, Kay E. Sturtevant, Patricia L. Barr. SECOND ROW: Ricky C.
The members of Gamma Delta toured
the Bethesda Home, planned a Christmas
party for the elderly at Bonne Vista and a
bowling party. Bible discussions provided
the members with the spiritual guidance
needed in living the tiabundant life?
The purpose of the Christian Science
organization is to provide young Christian
Scientists an opportunity to meet others of
their religion, share ideas at the weekly
meetings and to promote Christian Science
as a useful tool to meet daily needs. New
members and interested visitors are always
welcome to attend.
Lutheran Collegians is a national
association of Lutheran college and univer-
sity students sponsored by the Wisconsin
Evangelical Lutheran synod. Through an
indepth study of the Christian family,
members of the Whitewater Chapter learn-
ed more about their responsibilities as
family members and the problems facing
the family as an institution. Evangelism
was the main area of discussion during the
Begotka, Michael M. Pott, Treasurer; Joel W. Lintner, Vice-President;
Janice E. Kurth, President; Pamela L. Brick, Rev. Daniel Luetke.
Active in all areas of campus entertain-
ment, the University Center Activities
Board both originated and directed many
events throughout the year.
Bowling, billiards, and chess tour-
naments, major and mini-concerts, coffee
house entertainers, films, Winterfest, and
Mayweek were among the many campus
wide activities offered by U.C.A.B.
U.C.A.B. strove to enhance student
social life by emphasizing communication,
innovation, and diversity among members
and within the student body as a whole.
M u rray Brown
reading the works of Edgar Allen Poe for a Hallowce
UCAB: FRONT ROW: Vickie J. Flocker, Dean Dimitriou, Brian C. Reyes, Patricia M. Pocppel, Ruthann Starr. BACK ROW: Robert T
Norem, Eileen J. Berninger. SECOND ROW: Barbara J. Hendricks, Noonant William J. Dombrowski, John E. Friedli, Richard R. Weber
Ralph M. Sclcnshy, Judy K. Roethler, Nancy L. Engelhardt, Peggy E. MiohaelJ.Kragh,Lawrence E. Brown.
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CAB: FRONT ROW: Gregory A. Mews, Mark W. Tchao, Kimberly A. Bechtolt. BACK ROW: Steven W.
uorleske, Michael L. Gutowski. SECOND ROW: Judith Drab, Mike J. Tipps, Thomas J. Rutledge, Pamela E.
. Drummond, Robert K. Chase, Jane M. Heger, May M. Hieber, Ruth E. Schneiker.
CAB: Patricia L. Leiser, Carol L. Schiele, Stephen T. Durkin, Mary
. Heinrich, Gregory D. Bretthauer, Randall T. Gehrke, Vici L.
Sigma Delta Chi
SIGMA DELTA CHI: FRONT ROW: Mary S. Schnuck, Historian; David
L. Denemark, Vice-President; Michael S. Garbus, Carol A. Seeger, Presi-
dent; Charles A. Peterson. SECOND ROW: Carol A. Johnson, Kathleen E.
Daly, Cathy A. Brylinke, Terry L. Minami, Mary J. Scoviak, Margaret R.
Ernst, Betsy Weyland, Patricia K. Sharkey, Catherine McCormick, Dr.
The Society of Professional Journalists,
Sigma Delta Chi was in its second year on
the UW-Whitewater campus. Chapter
members were involved in all levels of
campus communications including
newspaper, radio and yearbook. They
assisted with the annual fall high school
yearbook and newspaper conferences and
sent 10 members to the national conven-
tion in Buffalo, New York. Membership
was open to students studying in the field
of journalism with the intent to pursue a
WSUW-FM, the campus non-commercial
radio station, is completely student
operated. WSUW-FM operates with the
power of 340 watts at a frequency of 91.7
mhz. The broadcast day begins at 6 a.m.
with S$The Morning Show" and continues
with musical formats and public service
broadcasts until sign-off at 12 midnight.
Besides broadcasting Warhawk and
Whitewater Whippet football and basket-
ball games, WSUW-FM features the un-
iversity student assembly meetings and
Whitewater City Council meetings.
WSUW-FM is in its tenth year of service to
the Whitewater listening audience.
George Hafer, Adviser. BACK ROW: Kevin Graunke, Philip J. Wickey,
Stephen C. Weber, Dr. Robert Lerner, Lisa Gordon, Gregory C. Parsloe,
Brent F. Bernau, William A. Archer, Kenneth D. Favell, James U.
' adio Station
" SUW STAFF: FRONT ROW: Curtis M. Howard, James C. Wiskow,
raig T.Wallin, David Denemark. SECOND ROW: Michael P. Gordy,
illiam C. Nackers, Paul T. Steser, Jeffrey I. Wolfeld, Patricia A. Thom,
onnie D. Assmann, Carol A. Johnson. THIRD ROW: Michael R.
" SUW DIRECTORS: FRONT ROW: Stephen C. Weber, 2nd Semester
rogram Director; John R. Parks, Assistant Sports Director; Patricia A.
hom, lsl Semester Program Director. BACK R0 W: Michael R. Schissel,
'romotion Director; Carol A. Johnson, News Director; Brian R.
Thomas M. Sobolke, Sandra K. Schlaugat, Barbara A. Brown. BACK
ROW: Philip J. Wickey, Robert E. Clifford, Ronald F. Moat, Gregory C.
Parsloe, Kevin G. Graunke, Edwin Storer IV, John K. Parks.
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Woodhff, Record Librarian; Thom Gerretsen, lst Semester Production
Director; Paul T. Setser, Music Director; Daniel P. Markus, 2nd Semester
Production Director; Philip J. Wickey, Continuity Director; Ronald F.
Moat, Sports Director; John M. Donohue, Assistant News Director.
This year the International Club con-
tinued in its quest to familiarize foreign
students on campus with their new sur-
roundings. The club also continued its ex-
change program whereby American
students visit the countries from which the
foreign students on campus originally
The Student Sociology Association
became a chapter of the National Sociology
Honor Fraternity, Alpha Kappa Delta.
This year members devoted time to a
teacher course evaluation form for the
sociology department and sponsored lee-
tures and symposiums for campus and
To some Canoe Club was a refuge from
an increasingly technological and imper-
sonal world where people seemed to forget
what it was to he a down-to-earth human
being. To explore caves, to challenge
thundering rapids, to camp in wilderness
or to have fun interacting with nature were
the objectives of Canoe Club.
INTERNATIONAL CLUB: FRONT ROW: Damodar K. Kumandan, Asi Canny, Leonard L. Amattey, William Brunckhorst, Adviser, Rishiy
M. Patel, Pravin M. Patel, Chittranjam Thakkar, Awa Eme Awa. BACK Mohan.
ROW: Maher S. Kayyali, Kristie L. Kanthak, Farkhanda Tatar, Nancy A.
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5 NOE CLUB: FRONT ROW: Cindy Lehman, Jill BOUWmeester, Lois Todd, Linda Wurtz, Tryon Andreas, Patty Hub, David Kist, Gary Klan,
schke, Debbie Buggs, Laura Nankin, Jackie Jenson, Duane Louig. Tom Aumann.
' CK ROW: Barb Wildman, Catherine Willis, Linda Lueck, Tomee Sue
, tudent Sociolo ; Association
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lCIOLOGY ASSOCIATION: FRONT 0W: Scott Martin, Kristie Nudo, David Wittrock, Kathleen Scott, Nancy Canny, William Winter,
nthak, Keith Hansmann, Farkhanda Tarar. BACK ROW: Benjamin Advisor.
Canoe Club. Student Sociology Association-91
Associated Women Students
It was a busy year for members of
Associated Women Students. Under the
direction of president Nancy Lund, the
group sponsored a symposium on sexuality
in September, planned successful womengs
day activities and held a bridal fair in
Ellen Wurch and Sue Ann Peterson
directed the womenas day agenda and
Rosanne Kottal presided over the bridal
The local chapter sent representatives to
the IAWS National Convention in Baton
Rouge, Louisiana, March 27-31 and attend-
ed the state meeting chaired by Rochelle
The Student Wisconsin Education
AssociationeNational Education Associa-
tion is a professional organization for all
education majors. New developments in
education such as IGE were discussed at
meetings. Representative of the student
teaching office and placement service gave
presentations. Members attended the an-
nual teachers convention in Milwaukee.
AWS: FRONT ROW: Wendy Worby, Gloria Petersen, recor- Estervig, Cheryl Feigley. BACK ROW: Peggy Fairchild, Lauri
ding secretary; Sharon Larkin, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Nan- NiCk, CH0! Meyer, Sue Ann Peterson, Jeanne Waelchli, Susa
Cy Lund, president; Ruth Fenhouse, Deborah Hapka, Janet Sterlinske, Rosanne Kottal, vice president.
tudent Wisconsin Education Association-NEA
'11 J. Wise, advisor, Gail L. Dieball, Susan C. Swanstrom,
Sharon A. Fieldstad, Diane Hammarlund, David F. Kowal
Kathy A. Kashuda, treasureir, Mary L. Van
: FRONT ROW:
'e Laarschol, president, Janet L. Presslein, secretary, Joan M. Pospyhalla.
The Society for the Advancement of
Management tries to expose the student to
the business community. Top name
speakers from the business world along
with field trips offer a wide view of the
road they will take when they embark
upon careers in business.
Gamma Theta Upsilon is a national
Honorary fraternity for geography. The
society tries to promote interest in
geography through non-classroom ac-
tivities.eThis year, Gamma Theta Upsilon
investigated job opportunities for
geographers in education, government and
The Law Society, composed of mainly
general business majors with pre-law
emphasis, accepted political science majors
for the first time this year. There was an
increased emphasis on civil law study to
supplement the business law program. The
group took field trips to law schools in
Milwaukee and Madison, visited the coun-
ty court in Elkhorn and the state Supreme
LAW SOCIETY: Joseph L. Garrett, John E. Ragert, Charles L. Ricks, ad- Tom Landowski, Richard Tracy, Dave Kachel, treasurer, Tony Bauschka
visor, James Paton, George E. Ruth, John Miller, Manning W. Kilton, Debbie Dryja,Kathie Herkelmann,Kathi Krug, Nancy Allison,secretary
Dave Pfanzelter, president, Jim Palmer, Jim Buchanan, Mike Moore,
ociet for the Advancement of Management
AM: FRONT ROW: Ross Meland, Len French, Jeff Kranz, James Iding, ROW: Dorothy Tiefenlhaler, John Harden, Manning Kilton, Craig San-
'aul Traiber, Bob Kiefer, Warren Jeziorski. SECOND ROW: Karen ford, Bruce Campion, Randy Brown, John Krifka, Patrick Runte, Jim
alnory, David Comeau, Tom Warriner, Karen Clougherty, Karen Palmar, Jeanne Dahmen, Tammy Olson, Regis Clougherty, Advisor.
roening, Jon Speckman, Richard Swingen, Charles Monroe. BACK
amma Theta Usilon
AMMA THETA UPSILON: FRONT ROW: Shirley Crawford, Eileen Michols,Gail Dieball, Lori Ann Chevalier,Diane Huff,William Apmann.
erninger, Vicki Reimer, Susan Swanstrom. BACK ROW: Kenneth
SAM, Gamma Theta Upsilon 95
Kappa Delta Phi
KAPPA DELTA Pl: FRUNTROW: Laurie S. Thompson, kalhleen
M. Lewko, Patricia A. Turck, Lynn M. Van Bogarl, Shara" A.
Galarncau, Wendy J. Svhuren, Ann M. Hanson. Constance M.
Smith. SECOND ROW: Juan D. Nienow, Shirlei M. Bollz, Man U.
Heinrich, Janet L. Presslcin, Karen A. Kruvgcr, Gail L. Diehall,
Kappa Delta Pi is an honor society in
Education. Delta Nua the Whitewater
Chapter, was founded in 1938. Monthly
meetings present a variety of programs
relative to education.
ACEIeThe Association for Childhood
Education International was an organiza-
tion on campus whose members shared a
common interest in the welfare and educa-
tion of young children. Meetings were
monthly, either performing a service for
children or hosting a speaker. Although ment.
most members were education majors,
ACEI was open to anyone who was in-
terested in children.
Jean .Vl. School's, Treasurer: Pamela A. Martin, Historian; Beyer
A. Boll, Debra J. Allen. BACK ROW: Ruchen lx'lumh, Adviso
Sandra L. Nimz, Jane M. Hahn, Bonnie A. Windcrl. Diane ll
Etzcl. Mari Beth Kut'zkowski. Ruth E. Hamiller, President: To
C. Malin. Dean E. Hang, Michael J. Kragh.
Whitewateris chapter of THETA ALPH
PHI, the national honorary dramatic soci-
ty, promoted avid participation in all I
the dramatic productions produced thi
year. Members gained experience an
recognition through their profession
orientated work in theatre.
THETA, sponsored an opening nigh
reception for each main stage productio
and also contributed a photo display 3
past productions, to the Theatre Depar
THETAls membership is open to an
person who has shown a great interest i
Theatre and has participated in th
productions produced at Whitewater.
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IE'IVA ALPHA PHI: FRONT ROW: Daniel Rcichcl. Pal Foster. me, Dmid IA. Dcncmark, Gan Mm 0wdcrcn bloopingL JCH'
ne Wilson,Jcaninc Fassal, Meredith Dcncmark, Philip Munthci. Baas. Chris Brown.
CK ROW: Jackie Scnk, Larr'x llahcrson, Turn Wicsncr, Don
IE1: FRONT ROW: Phyllis Lardinois, Diane Hummarlund, Sandy Tranel, Vicki Holterman, Mary Nigbor, Laura Kowalski.
mz, Peggi Martin, Terri Hahn, Susan Chapman, Pamela Rich, Sandi
Pi Sima Esilon
a QV$DC I
PI SIGMA EPSILON: FRONT ROW: Phil Sussed, Paul Chan, Paul T. George Rath, Mark A. Siebenaller, Gary Hoehne. BACK ROW: Da
Setser. Ken Cehrt, Randy Hoffman, Tom Hansen, Marcia Miller. Nancy Kent, Roger Steingraber, Jim Carter, Jim Baumgart. John Zimmerma
Zill. SECOND ROW: Gary Lindholm, David Harper, James Paton, Marv Steve Demand, Mark Viesselmann, Steve Lomal. John Knap, Tony
Wimmer, Jeff Herrmann, Tim Sweemer, John Miller, Chuck Taggart, Rakun.
PI SIGMA EPSILON EXECUTIVE
BOARD: FRONT ROW: John Gevaert,
Treasurer; Nathan M. Burton, Presi-
dent; Weylin Walker, Vice-President of
Administration Affairs; Dr. Gerald
Udell, Co-Faculty Adviser. SECOND
ROW: Steve Lautenshlager, Sergeant at
Arms; Don Newman, Vice-President of
Marketing; W. Jeffrey Fraser,
Corresponding Secretary; Dale Roble,
Recording Secretary; Larry Waurunek,
Vice-Presidenl of Personnel.
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Phi Beta Lambda
'HI BETA LAMDA: FRONT ROW: Bonnie J. Prahl, Secretary; Shirley
E. Dohmann. President; Ronald L. Di Benardo, Treasurer; Susan M.
l ikolajczak, Vice-President; Jane L. Wiese. SECOND ROW: Marcia E.
Ranke, Janet M. Roboke, Kristine Ort, Jane M. Heger, Carolina F. Aiello,
Beverly A. Kreutter, Patricia J. Rusch. THIRD ROW: Karen M. Malnory,
Sharon A. Noppe, Jeannine M. Bohnsack, Debra A. Behnke, Kathleen M.
Gilbertson, Julie A. Backes, Cynthia A. Mastricola, Cheryl A. Bilski.
BACK ROW: William R. Gordon, Kathryn M. Karnes, Daniel E. Weber,
Beverly A. Boll, Lina M. Rollinger, Debra S. Chadek, Linda A. Kurth,
Jeanne M. Wick, Robert J. Brandt, Darlene R. Lear, Rodney Weber.
Phi Beta Lambda was a business orien-
tated organization that was involved in
both educational and social activities
throughout the year. The past yeafs ac-
tivities included such events as; Student
Teaching Panel, Christmas Dinner at the
Fireside, guest speakers, and these events
climaxed in March at the State Conven-
tion. Phi Beta Lambda also was involved in
projects such as: A Pizza Sale, March of
Dimes for handicapped children, and a
Pi Sigma Epsilon was a national
professional sales and marketing fraterni-
ty. The brothers of Beta Gamma set three
goals for the 1973-74 year. The first goal
was to stimulate greater individual input
into the fraternity. The second goal was to
increase involvement in community and
campus affairs. And the third goal was to
repeat as the top chapter in the nation for
an unprecedented third straight year.
Phi Beta Lambda-99
American Marketing Association
AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION: FRONT ROW: Daryl E. blc. Kevin Mt-Glynn, Darrell A. Kindred, President. BACK ROW: Jeffer
Kamin. Nancy L. Zill, Marcia L. Miller, Kathleen S. Pfaefflc, Herbert A. J. Christensen, John J. Becrman, Jeff Fraser, V'it'c-Prcsidcnl; Michael
Nisvhik. SECOND ROW: Stu on L. Pfeffer, James T. Marsh, Dale J. Ro- Craig, James E. Oelslrom, Kenneth C. Gehrt,Trcasurer.
PI OMEGA PI: FRONT ROW: Alice J. Wellnitz, Regina B. Beverly A. Boltz, Jean A. Werfal, Karla J. Masterson, Linda
Justus. Janet M. Kaster, Diane R. Embertson, Bonnie J. Prah
Millclstadl, Mary E. Heinrich, Bonita C. Koehn, Linda Ann Kurlh,
Paula S. Heinemann, Mary C. Ciha, Sharon A. Hoppe. SECOND
ROW: Cindy L. Novak, Kathryn M. Karnes, Vicki L. Ralzlaff,
BACK ROW: Janice C. Heling. Doris E. Mattison, Sally
Washburn, Leonard Varah, Co-Advisor: William Goodman.
Pi Omega Pi
i conomics Club
Being in its third year, the Economics
Club is a relatively new organization on
campus. The club promotes interest in and
understanding of economics through stu-
dent sponsored activities. A forum on
Hgovernment spendingii was held in which
topics such as military spending, revenue
sharing and government payrolls were dis-
cussed. Other activities included a book
sale, a volleyball game against the faculty
and a Christmas party. Presently, the
Economics Club is recruiting new
The American Marketing Association
was formed by Whitewater marketing
students to promote and develop interest
and knowledge in the field of marketing.
The goals of the AMA are to foster scien-
tific work in marketing, to develop sound
thinking in theory and practice, to im-
prove methods and techniques of
marketing and to develop public un-
derstanding of marketing. Members had
the opportunity to spend a day with the
company of their choice, and presentations
by practicing businessmen were also spon-
iCONOMICS CLUB: FRONTROW:David Laurent, Co-Advisor; Maureen M. Dunn, sorefi' . . .
Ellis, President; William Lehman, Secretary; Kathleen J. Meier, Viee- Pl Omega P1 15 an honorary Busmess
rcasurer. BACK ROW: Dr. Jerome President;Patrika.Lam. Education society with membership
limited to juniors and seniors with a grade
point of 3.0 or better. An annual project
since 1960 has been publication of the stu-
dent directory. A formal banquet is held
every spring for the installation of officers.
Educational betterment, community ser-
vice, and drawing more people into the
field of education are among the goals of
the organization which celebrated the 45th
anniversary of its charter.
SYMPHONIC BAND: FRONT ROW: Steve Mealey, Bill Worden, Gene
Aulinger, Sue Getts. Mimi Steiner, Denise Kolmos, Annette Kuhlmann,
Cynthia Chapman, Sue Natchke, Loo Schneider, Lorene Sattler, Alice
Rich, Melody Tuinstra, Pam Baumann. SECOND ROW: Paul E.
Viemeister, Greg Strohm, Greg Anderson, Janice Kurth, Kristi Lou John-
son, Karen Vollmer, Ron Lehr, Kathy Kroeze, Anne Miller, Lynn
Lambert, Lisr Erickson, Laura Webster, Joan Tomlinson, David D.
Viemeister, Vicki A. Price, Steven Gehrke, Dean Breunig, Mark Schmitt,
Bill Sefton, Randy Zelinks. THIRD ROW: Mike Wyman, Randall Siever
William P. Edington, Dan Austin, Scott Langholff, Jim Neist, Den
Vilhauer, Les Gallatin, Neal Chandek, Stephen F. Schiller, Sally Evan
Dave Dunkley, Jon A. Radosta, David E. Williams, Mark Tschohl, Jeffer
Durr, Jill Eisenreich. BACK ROW: Jeff Brellenthin, Oscar Mayer, Pau
Neitzal, Mike Tichkowski, John Koser, Perry Bell, Rick Sniff, Fay Shull
Clyde Nyhus, David Ferris, Chris Crye, Karl Ruthenberg, Jim Sanders
Lee Schimer, Don Deal.
ING CHOIR: FRONT ROW: Charlotte Olson, Sandra Kuykendall, Mary Kemps, Gail
sek, Pam Gallagher. SECOND ROW: John Stephan, Kevin Korb, Mike MacDonald, Pete
rski, Dennis Wagie. BACK ROW: Mark Olm, Diane Kachelmeier, Gary Huber, Roxanne
ymouth, Michael Kragh, Marianne Kolar, Scott Willson, Susan Brown, Ronald Froem-
Z BAND: REEDS: David Wright, Steve Mealey, Mark Tschohl,
Durr, Rilla Haugen. TRUMPETS: Steve Schiller, Scott
gholff, James Neist, Randy Sievert, Jeff Armstrong, Mike
an. TROMBONES: Jon Radosta, Valerie Mathias, Don Deal,
David Dunkley, Jerone Spencer, Cliff Lueck. RHYTHM: Miriam
Steiner, Ross Lahlum, Paul Carter, Mike Lynch, Jim Perdue, Johm
Koser. VOCALIST: Barbara Dandridge.
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Music Department supports several bands
to provide performance opportunities to
students of various levels of interest and
ability. These include the Warhawk Show
Band, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, a
student-directed Pep Band, and a Jazz
Laboratory Band. All but the latter are
directed by Dr. Dennis Rohrs and Mr. Jack
The Jazz Laboratory Band has been in
existence since 1968 under the direction of
Mr. Frank Ferriano and its positions are
open, by audition, to any musician at UW-
Whitewater. Members learn as many styles
in the Jazz and Jazthock idioms as possi-
ble and are encouraged to develop reading
and improvisation skills.
The UW-Whitewater Swing Choir is now
in its fourth year as a campus organization.
It also is open to any student by audition.
The group combines choreography with
popular songs by such artists as Beatles,
Seals 81 Crofts, Fifth Dimension, and
DELTA OMICRON: FRONT ROW: Rilla Haugen, Nancy Reick.
SECOND ROW: Juanita Tucker, Mary Kemps, Charlie, Amy
Davis, Lorene Sattler.
Dickmann, Linda Travis. THIRD ROW: Laura Webster, Sandi
In December the Concert Choir,
presented two identical concerts of Christ-
mas music to packed houses in the Recital
Hall, Center of the Arts. The enthusiastic
audiences gave the Concert Choir standing
ovations at both performances. Works in-
cluded on the program were Beatus Vir by
Vivaldi, Missa Brevis in C by Mozart and a
series of Christmas songs arranged by Greg
Smith. Spring found Concert Choir busily
preparing for a three day tour, hopeful
that the energy crisis would not eliminate
bus charters. Musical highlights of the
semester were Vier Zigeunerlieder by
Brahms, Serenade to Music by Vaughan
Williams and To Saint Cecelia, a Cantata
for chorus and brass choir by Norman
Delta Omicron, a professional and
honorary music fraternity for women, was
installed in the chapter name of Omicron
Phi on this campus in 1965. Scholastic
achievement, high quality of performance,
and a serious commitment to the field of
music are basic requirements for
During the past academic year, Delta
Omicron has been active in the area of per-
formance, including pledge recitals, an in-
formal Christmas presentation, and light
concerts in the Spring. In addition
Omicron Phi chapter hosted the annual
Province Days which included other
chapters from throughout the state. The
days9 curriculum included music educa-
tion and leadership workshops, and a
Delta Omicron is also respected for her
services to the music department, by offer-
ing scholarships, receptions for faculty and
student recitals, and ushering the various
activities of the department.
Barnekau, Heidi Hayduk, Pam Baumann, Pam Gallagher, Donn.
CONCERT CHOIR MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Sue Weiland, Peter
Bonovich, Sue Tiede, Ron Froemming, Shirley Dohmann, Bill Brue,
Christine Sigmund, Peggy Irwin, Paul Murphey, Jean Hughes, Marla
Weaver, Kathy Lynch, Darrell Nell, Pam Gallagher. SECOND ROW:
Marcia Ranke, Nancy Hahn, Bruce Williams, Kathy Houdek, Princess
Hill, Michael Jablonski, Amy Dickmann, Tom Dwyer, Edie Hart, Jean
Brigham, Brian Wales, Bonnie Zimmermann, Laura Webster, Deborah
Berger, Eric Switalski, Elizabeth Johnson, Sue Phillips, Jan Horn, Sandi
Barnekow. THIRD ROW: Dr. John Hunter, Mary Kemps, Jeff Hibberd,
Roxanne Weymouth, Greg Kath, Mary Gauthier, Mary Ellen Johnson,
John Weiland, Theresa Dushek, Sidney Boersma, Cindy Bacon, Peter
Gorski, Nancy Reich, Michael Ajango, Jeanette Jess, Ed Lemmons, Linda
Travis, John Barnes, Kathy Webb, Tony Villarreal, Lori Erlinger,
Michael Miles. BACK ROW: Carol Haupt, Michael MacDonald, Mary
Moldenhauer, Charles Nicols, Amy Smukal, Ken Oberg, Ramona Knapp,
Jonathan Ross, Sue Uttech, Bill Koehn, Anna Branigan, Kerry Keen, Lin-
da LaCrosse, Patti Hub, John Stephan, Linda Wingreen, Cheryl Kufalk,
Dennis Wagie, Alice Miller, Mark Wenzel, Peggy Pryce, Carol Bennett,
Mark 01m, Leslie Lazarus, Carolyn Simona, Diane Kachelmeier, Accom-
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UNIVERSITY PLAYERS: LEFT SIDE: Terry Wiesner, Joan Murphy, Kim Sievers, Steve Martell. RIGHT SIDE: Gene Wilson,
Koldon, Larry Halverson. Chris Brown, Pat Foster. MIDDLE: Adviser; Jeanine Fassal, Charlene Cobb, Sue Maas, Michael
Brad Witt, Maureen Murphy, David Denemark, Don Love, Paul LaBarbera, Sharon Moldenhauer.
MADRIGALLIANS: FRONT ROW: Rebecca S. Ludemen, Susan K. A. Williams, Kerry L- Keen, Gregory R Katha Robert F- Stange. Dr
Phillips, Cynthia A. Bacon, Laura Y. Bowker, Jean M. Brighman, Jen- Robert Jennings, John R. Penkoske, William L. Schrank, Paul W
nifer W. Franjevic, Jill A. Eisenreich, Susan D. Weiland, Nancy C. Reich, Murphey. Mark A- Wenzel, Brian W. Wales.
Marcy L. Frasca, Alice A. Miller. BACK ROW: Curtis M. Howard, Bruce
REBLE CLEF: FRONT ROW: Virginia Schwertfeger, Pam Mathewson, Larsen, Debbie Waltz, Penny Nowak, Heidi Hayduk, Denise Rinaldi,
athleen Svoboda, Donna Denk, Carol Nelson, Barb Matz, Linda Susan Halvenleben, Jennifer Passini, Kathy Christensen, Barb Farmer,
i'chardson, Cheryl Weeks, Gail Sadowski, Shari Kunz, Jennifer Jill Cox, Vicki Reichert. BACK ROW: Linda Howe, Sue Linsley, Mary
nrunette, Shelly Henning, Sharon HOPPC. Julie E- Miller, Randi Knut- Kiley, Mary Beth Bargielski, Jeanne Hays, Julie Salamone, Maryann Vic-
on, Gemma Pollina, Laura BOWkeFa DT- Robert Jennings. SECOND tory, Ann Marie Kobrzycki, Pat Veto, Linda Marquardt, Marge Ammann,
'OW: Debbie Hadley, Jean Timmer, Julie Heiman, Chris Weiner. Nancy Peggy La Fleur, Bobbie La Blane, Debby Kirkeeng.
The Madrigalians have been active as a
egular performing music ensemble of the
Department of Music since Dr. Jennings
ecame their director in 1966.
This chamber choir of mixed voices
aries in number of members from 16 t0
4, due to the interest and availability of
apable singers who attain membership
hrough auditions with the director. About
0 students applied for membership in the
all semester and 24 were selected to form
he group. The Madrigalians, main
ndeavor for the first semester was
roviding music for the first Jul-Fest
Dinner. It was held on December lst,
ttended by 257 guests. This gala evening
as a benefit for the Music Department
cholarship Fund which realized $500 for
l usic scholarships.
During the second semester the
adrigalians held a joint Spring Concert
ith Treble Clef on April 28th, and con-
erts for Wisconsin high schools.
Treble Clef Choir, one of the oldest stu-
dent organizations at UW-Whitewater is
comprised of university women who are
selected for membership through audition.
Through the years this musical organiza-
tion has been known for its high caliber of
performance in concerts on campus and in
the Whitewater community. Members
rehearse four days per week under faculty
supervision performing seldom-heard
choral works for womenis chorus.
University Players was an organization
made up of students who were interested
in promoting theater arts. Many of the
group's activities were service projects for
the community. For example, providing
hot beverages at intermissions of theatre
productions, and producing one act plays.
This years officers are: President Chris
Brown, Secretary Dan Reichel, Treasurer
MEISTER SINGERS: FRONT ROW: Clyde Nyhus. Dave Lynett, Wes L. Manthe, Peter Bonovich. James Carroll, Jr., Greg Young. BACK ROW
Kirkpatrick, Tony Villarreal, Jim Sampson, Mike Jablonski. Ken Fave", Scott Willson, Jeff Hibbard. Jeff Conlon, Jeff Brellenthin, Brett Adsit
Bill Shimer. SECOND ROW: Charles Wonderly, Tomoki Miyagawa, Pete Gorski, Alan Jernherg, Jim Athas, Dan Reichel, Dean Breumg, Den
Darrell Nell, Jeff Allender, Perry W. Bell, Steve Martell, Philip N. nis Wagie, Bill Schrank, Fay Shultz.
The UW-W Meistersingers have gained a
reputation as one of Wisconsints finest
Their concerts were well received par-
ticularly because of the wide variety in per-
formance. While presenting the standard
choral repertoire with taste and vitality,
they also entertained with popular and
folk music presented with a dash of
stcollege men,s humorf,
Dr. Edwin Foot is the musical director
and John Weiland the student conductor.
Highlights of the 1973-74 year were the
annual campus Christman celebration
ttFeast of the Boarts Head,,, co-sponsored
by U.C.A.B., and the spring concert tour to
I MU ALPHA SINFONIA: FRONTROW: William F. Worden; Recor- William P. Edinguon, Warden; James A. Carroll Jr., Gregory J. Strohm,
ng Secretary; Ronald D. Froeming,Vice-President; Steven W. Gehrke, Alumni Secretary; Stephen F. Schiller. BACK ROW: Antonio R.
easurer. SECOND ROW: Fick E. Kokan, Corresponding Secretary; Villarreal, Timothy A. Sobie, quy J. Huber, William A. Koehn, Jeffry T.
ichael W. Jablonski, John J. Maglio, Jeffery J. Brellenthen, Historian; Durr, William L. Shimer, Ronald Kraehnke.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia-109
Warhawk Show Band
The Warhawk Show Band provided
spectacular entertainment with a variety of
music ranging from classics to rock to
country hoe-down. Besides playing at all
home football games, they gained national
acclaim through their appearance with the
Chicago Bears. Homecoming was an in-
teresting day with 2000 high school bands
participating. This year, the girls of the
pom pom squad were a part of the band7
who, along with the color guard, did much
to add to the enjoyment of the fans. The
director of the band is Dr. Dennis K.
Rohrs; assistant director, Jack W. Seidler;
Drum Major, Skip William; Color Guard
Co-captains, Lori Ulma and Andy Graener;
and pom pom leader, Sue Kleinedler.
Warhawk Show Band
ynthia D. Anderson
regory A. Anderson
Ianny K. Austin
ancy J. Bakker
a'mela B. Baumann
erry W. Bell
arry A. Borden
ickie L. Bouton
ill 5. Bouwmeesler
effrey J. Brellenthin
Dean J. Breunig
obert S. Burns
andice H. Cervenka
eal C. Chandek
ynthia L. Chapman
erri L. Daniels
onald W. Deal
u hn J. Dixon
arker W. Dow
ffrey T. Durr
' illiam P. Edington
III A. Eisenreich
.lly A. Evans
homas M. Fenwick
avid W. Ferris
rian L. Fiegle
ancy J. Fischer
ita R. Fragassi
Leslie W. Gallatin
Susan W. Gehrke
Susan A. Cetls
Larry B. Cell
Theresa L. Gilgcnbach
Heidi M. Crisa
Sandra M. Crooner
Sandra L. Halgerson
Kevin R. Hart
Rilla J. Haugen
Jane M. Heger
Janice C. Heling
Gary J. Huber
Steven E. Johnson
Yvonne M. Jones
John F. Kanelzke
Tracey L. King
Susan M. Kleinedler
Denise M. Kolmos
John R. Koser
Beverly A. Kreutter
Kathy J. Kroeze
Janice L. Kurth
Lynn A. Lambert
Scott G. Langholff
Ronald D. Lehr
William E. Leon
Suzanne A. Liltlefield
Vannessa L. Lowery
Martha A. Marion
Scott M. Martin
Diane L. Mathews
Valerie J. Matthias
Steven R. Mayer
Patricia M. McCourt
Steven R. Mealey
Yvonne J. Meichtry
Anne E. Miller
Annette L. Mitchell
Laurie A. Nalchke
Susan J. Natchke
James J. Neist
Paul W. Neitzel
Susan M. Northey
Clyde 0. Nyhus
Gary H. Paape
Jody A. Penniston
Rita A. Podnar
Mary J. Popa
Vicki A. Price
Karen L. Pudleiner
Victoria J. Pulvermacher
Yvonne M. Radloff
Kris J. Reeves
Soon H. Robinson
Mary E. Ruesch
Patricia J. Busch
Karl N. Ruthenberg
Mark B. Sahy
Stephen F. Schiller
Jeffrey L. Schcicher
Paul L. Schlievc
Linda L. Schneider
William N. Schrank
Francine M. Schultz
Susan M. Schultz
William L. Shimer
Fay S. Shultz
Michele R. Shuppe
Pamela J. Soer
Marc J. Sommerfeldt
Kathleen M. Spanton
Miriam D. Steiner
Brad G. Skeinke
Gregory J. Slrohm
Margo M. Trevino
Mark M. Tschohl
David D. Viemeister
Paul E. Viemeister
Dean A. Vilhauer
Karen A. Vollmer
Eva M. Wehner
Donald L. Wendlandt
Colin B. Williams
David E. Williams
Daren A. Witzd
Debra J. Woznick
Kurt B. Zimdois
Warhawk Show Band III
The Panhellenic Council, an affiliate of
the National Panhellenic Conference,
coordinates the activities of its five
member sororities on campus. It functions
not only to organize activities such as the
Reach Out period, but to also promote the
harmonious relations between sororities.
The Council sponsored an all-sorority
dinner, at which awards for outstanding
accomplishments were presented. The
Council is currently in the process of set-
ting up a scholarship fund in the name of
Sigma Pi Little Sisters consisted of loyal,
enthusiastic coeds who were interested in
promoting the aims and purposes of the
Sigma Pi Fraternity. The Little Sisters ac-
tivities included helping the fraternity
with rush and supporting them in in-
tramural events. Along with their annual
spaghetti dinner for the brothers, the
sisters and brothers went caroling at
Fairhaven. But the year wouldnit have
been complete without the many parties
the Little Sisters had with the fraternity.
' anhellenic Council
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Corresponding Secretary. BACK ROW: Wynne Wellach, Carson Cline,
Kathy Greenhalgh, Holly Haney, Linda Scott, Debbie Bradelich, Toni
ANHELLENIC COUNCIL: FRONT ROW: Barbara
acGowan, President, Shirley Jo Wickum, Vice-presidem, Krys Stepke,
Stringera Jane Cara.
ecording secretary, Kathy Dumstrey, Treasurer, Sue Lofquist,
ima Pi Little Sisters
Lofquist, Pat Turek, Kay Behl, Janet Jarmolub, Vice-president, Linda
Farnham, Gail Zimmerman, Secretary-Treasurer.
GMA PI LITTLE SISTERS: FRONT ROW: Kathy Pfaeffle, Jenny
terson, Sharon Woodin. BACK ROW: Karen Tortorella, President, Sue
Panhollenic Council, Sigma Pi Little Sisters-113
STUDENT SENATE: FRONT ROW.- Gary Thompson, Patti Mc- BACK ROW: Tom Giesler. John Pinto, Wes Ramseier. Da
Gilx'ray, Assembly Secretary; Joe Polasek, President; Linda Cook, Wegner, Andrea Nestor, John Inzeo, Steve Kumrow, Doug M
Senate Secretary; Colin Williams, Vioe-President; Roger Price. Callum, Carl Schueler, J06 Mattson.
STUDENT ASSEMBLY: FRONT ROW: Keith Lohman, Adviser; Claude Keshemberg, Jan Budnik. BACK ROW: Geny Mull.
Patti McGilvray, Assembly Secretary; Colin Williams, Assembly Leroy Erickson, Wendy Worby, Bob Pfeil, Jane Wiese, La
Chairman; SECOND ROW: Carolyn Gobin, Jeffrey Butler, Cathy Aslum, Kim M. Babler, Larry Whitman, Mandy Pahde, Patr'
Brylinke, Dave Denemark, Ken Favell. THIRD ROW: Dan Taugher, Bob Frisk, Sam Loizzo, Lu Ann Ripp, Dave Kowal, Ja
Reichel, Steven Cohen, Cheryl Saugstad, Mary Heinrich, Carol A. Heger, Virgil Guralski.
Johnson, Jill Bouwmeester, Randy Te Winhh, Dean Walden,
The 1973-74 Student Government, led
by President Joe Polasek, was involved in
reviving some programs from previous
years and in some new innovations in an
attempt to better inform the students and
to get them more involved in student
The Student Assembly enlarged and
strengthened under the new constitution
led student government in the fight to
TTSave the Whitewater Grad SehooUa This
yearTs Assembly was enlarged with the ad-
dition of the class officers and several new
The Student Senate attempted to in-
crease student interest by broadcasting the
Senate meetings over WSUW radio and by
holding open hearings for students to pre-
sent their opinions, criticisms, and
recommendations. The Senate was also ex-
panded to include a Graduate Senator.
TUDENT GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE BOARD: FRONT ROW: Patti McGilvray,
ssembly Secretary; Linda Cook, Senate Secretary. BACK ROW: Colin Williams, Vice-
resident; Joe Polasek, President; Tom Giesler, Treasurer.
Student Covernment-l 15
The Freshman Class Officers
automatically became members of the Stu-
dent Senate. The problems of the class
were given special attention but the major
goal of saving the Graduate School was ac-
complished through a combined effort.
The primary project of the Sophomore
Class Officers was that of determining how
to utilize the class funds. Worthwhile ideas
were solicited from the sophomores. Other
activities included Winterfest and May
Week. They also represented the
sophomores in the Student Assembly.
The four Senior Class Officers, along
with their advisor Dr. Steven Summers,
put forth a total effort to represent the
Senior Class. This was accomplished in a
variety of ways: participation in Student
Government, and the Commencement
Committee, supervision of class funds, and
other related activities. One of the main
goals of the Senior Class Officers was to
keep the seniors informed about campus
SOPHOMORE CLASS: FRONT ROW: Carolyn Gobin,
Treasurer, Vicky Fisk, Secretary, Judy Johnson, Vice-president.
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FRESHMAN CLASS: Gary Thompson, Vice-president, Andrea Nestor, Secretary, Roger Price
Treasurer, Dave Wegner, President.
BACK: Randy TeWinkle, President.
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IUNIOR CLASS: Larry Alsum, President, Bob Pfeil, Vice-president, LeRoy Erikson, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Lu Ann Ripp,
ENIOR CLASS: FRONT: Steven Pfeffer, President. BACK visor, Sally Michalko, Secretary, Kim Babler, Treasurer.
' 0W: James Wagner, Vice-president, Dr. Stephen Summers, Ad-
Class Officers 117
Reserve Officers Training Corps
Army ROTCts fifth year on campus will
go down in history as one of its best and
most challenging. Women joined the
program for the first time. UW-W stu-
dent Ron Miller brought fame to himself
and the university by being designated one
of the best Army ROTC cadets in the na-
tion during the 1973 ROTC Advanced
Camp. ROTC students entered inter-
murals as a team and competed in an inter-
national orienteering meet at Northern
Michigan University. In a continuing ef-
fort to meet the needs and to satisfy the in-
terests of the students as individuals a new
ROTC curriculum was designed and ap-
proved. The new curriculum, which ex- ,
panded the number of ROTC credit hours, CPL John M- Long CPL Thomas J- Morriso"
changed the emphasis from purely
military to a more realistic approach based
on the principles and dynamics of the
management of people and resources.
In keeping with this policy of continual
improvement the Military Science Depart-
ment sponsored a series of extra-curricular
organizations that one could join; they are
pictured on these pages. The newest was
the Color Guard, composed of four women
ng. Jess F. Deegan
DAC. Carlene A. Rodee Jeanne M. Pope
TC T. Larry Andreas: Graduating Senior, MAJ Bob K. Chase: Graduating Senior, LTC Vern C. Vangen: Graduating Senior,
ommander, COFPS 0f Cadets; Cadet Corps 5-1, Distinguished Military Student, Executive Of- Special Staff, Operations Officer, Corps of
6'50"qu Rifle Marksman, Commander TBC- finer, Corps of Cadets; Recondo, Rifle Cadets; Recondo, Orienteering Team, Tactics
iCS Squads BCSt Squad Leader. Sharpshooter, AUSA Award for Military Ex- Team.
TC Gerry M. Hardy: Graduating Senior, Distinguished Military Student. LTC Ron L. Miller: Graduating Senior, Distinguished Military Student,
uecial Staff, Commander, Corps of Cadets; Ranger, Rifle Expert, President of Cadet Association, Special Staff, Executive Officer, Corps of
cademic Honor Ribbon, Superior Cadet Award, 5010 Flight Badge. Cadets; Airborne, Recondo, Outstanding Cadet of Cycle, ROTC Advanced
Camp; Solo Flight Badge, Rifle Marksman, American Veterans of WW II
Award, Rifle Team, Tactics Team.
and six men. They presented the colors at
the home football and basketball games
and led the 1973 Homecoming parade.
During the 1973-1974 school year, ROTC
students worked hard to become a truly
contributing part of the campus life, both
academically and extra-curricularly, and
lived up to their new slogan-9The BOLD
Veterans in ROTC: Bill May, Greg Judd, Steve Casperson.
The Bold Ones
TICS TEAM: FROV'T ROW.- Larry Andreas. Dan Cull, Mike Parks. Slew COX. Bob Luvht, Tim Hoffman. Cathy Nyberg, Steve Cohen. Ph
G Krajac, Lou W ierchs. Dan Schmerse, Brett Jannan. BACK ROW: Adamsa Diane BOIIO". Mike Finnegan.
ROTC COLOR GUARD: FRONT ROW: Bill Bryan, Commander; Phil Krajac, Eileen Schroder, Marilyn Brunig, Debbie Wieland, Bob Hamli
Adams, Cathy Nyberg, Mike Finnegan, Steve Cox. BACK ROW: Dennis
LE TEAM: FRONT ROW: MSG Bickford. John Bryant. Diane
ton, Dennis Krajac. BA CK ROW: Bill Ingersoll, Luther Jacobson, Bob
ht, Bill Leon.
TC CADET CORPS: FRONT ROW: James Sanders, Scott Morgan. Art Bill Leon, Tom Chcsnik, Bob Lucht. THIRD ROW: Bill Ingersoll, Diane
tina, Lou Wierichs, Reggi Ingersoll. Bill Bryan, Steve Cohen. Brett Bolton, Dennis Krajac, Phil Adams, Steve Cox, Scott Thomas. BACK
man. SECOND ROW: Luther Jacobson,Cathy Nyherg, Wally Wagner. ROW: John Bryant, John Beck, Harlee Borneman, Bob Hamlin.
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RHF: Terry Minami, Editor of the Voice of R.H.F.; Wes Ramsier, Presi- Secretary; Cathy Fuhrman, Treasurer; Claude Keshemberg, Vic
dent; Ann Galko, Corresponding Secretary; Karen Parfitt, Recording President; Steven Pesek, Social Chairman.
The Residence Hall Federation spent the
1973-74 school year expanding previous
policies and initiating new ones. For exam-
ple, visitation hours were expanded to 119
hours per week. Parties were also allowed
in the basement of each dorm. New this
year was a newspaper put out by RHF and
the establishment of a social budget for all
dormitory residents. RHF emphasized
making itself known to the students, not
only by trying to improve and establish
new dorm policies, but also by physical
contact, made possible by the legislation
for a social budget.
SIDENCE HALL FEDERATION: FRONT ROW: Steve Pesek, Social Minami, Tom Dwyer, Merry Lockwood, Carol A. Johnson. BACK ROW
airman; Mary Ann Sanders, Lori Butler, Ric Vogt III, Luke Wine, Alice Miller, Dave Arnold, Dan Koessl, Sam Lozzo, Wes Ramseier, Cathy
ude CasM Keshemberg, V ce-President. SECOND ROW: Jeffery Fuhrman, T easurer; Joe Pitts. Paul Kiefer, Bill Hamblin.
hl, Karen Parfitt, Secretan, Corinne Kasai, Barb Brown, Terry
PHOTO STAFF: Brett Jarman, David Denemark, Chief Photographer; Meredith Denemark, Photo Services; Robert Gebel,
Minneiska Photo Editor; John Pinto, Business Manager; Jerry Parsutin, Royal Purple Photo Editor; Juan Rodriguez.
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After 19 years of service to the student
body and administration of the UW-
Whitewater campus the Photo Staff con-
tinued to produce the highest quality and
most interesting photographs possible.
While supplying most of the photos used
by the Royal Purple and the Minneiska,
last yearls Photo Staff handled many
assignments for the universityis depart-
A photo show and contest was organized
last year by Chief Photographer, David
Denemark and Royal Purple Photo Editor
Jerry Pasutin, during the spring semester.
Because of the Showis success, it will
become tradition for the Photo Staff to
sponsor such an event each year.
Through hard work and a lot of in-
itiative many Photo Staff members have
gone into some phase of professional
photography after having graduated from
UW-Whitewater while others will make
their main hobby.
ROYAL PURPLE: FRONT ROW: Nancy Ostergaard, Asst. Advertising
Manager. SECOND ROW: Cynthia A. Fontana, Business Manager; Bar-
bara S. Poile, Advertising Manager.
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OYAL PURPLE; FRONT ROW.- Brent F, Bernau, News Editor; Donald J. Huebscher, Sports Editor. SECOND ROW: Kenneth D. Favell,
ristina M. Fennell, Feature Editor; Carol A. Seeger, Managing Editor; COPY Editor; Charles A- Peterson, Editor.
Campus unification was one of the main
objectives of the Royal Purple in its 73rd
year of publication. The RP made many ef-
forts to involve students in their
newspaper and reported the events of the
university by soliciting their opinions and
thoughts on various issues.
In the interest of preserving the ex-
istence and progress of UW-W, the RP was
confronted with many battles. Tasks of
alerting and uniting students, faculty, and
administrators were some of the problems
The business staff became an even more
vital part of the RP. Continued budget
decreases forced everyone to become more
efficient and thrifty with existing
Minneiska 1974 is a survival success
Spring 1973, this book was in danger of
becoming a victim of the funding crunch.
Amid death sentences from the ad-
ministration and newspaper cartoons
depicting the demise of the Minneiska era,
the staff dedicated itself to preserving the
hook for another year.
Armed with initiative and intense desire
to keep the hook alive, the staff set out to
plan a survival Minneiska.
There were agonizing hours of budget
preparation. With funding cut 50 per cent,
few outsiders believed a book could be
produced. But the staff proved it could.
Although fewer pages were used, more
students were pictured than in any
previous year. Dorm pictures were used for
the first time.
Brett Jarman, editor, Tony Rakun,
business manager and Mrs. Mary Mills, ad-
xisor put the book hack on firm footing
and the Minneiska survived. Brett l.. Jarman, Editor-in-Chief.
CAMPUS LIFE AND INDEX: FRONT ROW: Patti Geidel, Index Sue Stephan, Campus Life Editor; Bev Boll, Campus Life Edi
Editor; Beth Kroehler, Cindy Clark. BACK ROW: Steve Mitchell, Ginny Boyd.
ENIORS AND GREEKS: Mary Wellenstein, Bonnie Breen, Greeks and Seniors Editor; Barbara
BUSINESS STAFF: FRONT ROW: Paui P. Chan, Anthony S. Rakun, Ed .1. Villicssc, Mark C. Kovacic, Weylin 0. Walker, Chuck H. Tagga
Steve F. Laulenschlagcr, William J. Fraser. BACK ROW: John C. Ccvacrt, Gail E. Duly. Jean A. Timmcr, Joan R. St-hlager.
SPORTS: Sharon Rindt, Sports Editor; Cliff Bira, Kathi Potter, Sports Editor.
TYPISTS: Ellen Eaton, Gloria Boehm.
.urvival of tradition . . .
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Alpha Phi Alpha
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FRONT ROW: Lovell Johnson, David Graham, Andrew Roberts, Len Michael Holmes, Charles Rogers, Charles Johnson, Larry Harris, Le-
Royal, Ronald Powell, Ronald Minor. SECOND ROW: Kendell Reed, Stewart, Glen McDanials, Steven Bowen.
Anthony Bellamy, Jerry Johnson, Greg Talbert, Phillip Robertson,
Alpha Sigma Alpha
The newest national sorority on campus,
Alpha Sigma Alpha, stressed intellectual,
social, spiritual and physical growth for
During the year, Panhellenic Council
honored the chapter for being the most
academically improved sorority on cam-
pus. The sisters took part in campus ac-
tivities, a parent-daughter brunch, ex-
changes, spiritual days, and spring and
The ASA national project is aiding men-
tally retarded persons and the local
chapter also helped with the project dur-
ing the year.
Deborah Mazurek Bnrhnra Hendricks
President Vire President
Judith Slimmer Nancy Davenport
Cindy Anderson Sunan Gama Mary Louise Kuluszewiz Patricia Miethke Barbara Nelson Nancy Potter
Darlene Ralzlaff Susan Rindfleisch Dolly Teifenthller Shirley Jo Wikum Linda Schumncher Cheri Shallock
A lpha Sigma A lphav-137
Alpha Gamma Delta
Margaret Fallon Debbie Weycnberg Toni Stringer Karen Larson
President In. Vice President 2nd Vice President Treasurer
Every year for Alpha Gamma Delta is a Carolina Ai.ello Debby 'Nunemaker Kathleen Bonzell
- . Correspondmg Secretary Recording Secretary Housemolher
good year and this was no exceptlon.
Throughout the year the Alpha Cams have
exhibited their sisterhood and warmth
through group activities, in the communi-
ty. Christmas caroling at Fairhaven, collec-
ting money for cleft palatexresearchwollec-
ting cancelled stamps for the people at
Southern Colony are just a few of the good
will activities they have participated in.
Alpha Gamma Delta is the only inter- PntBellcrs J-ne Cara CaroIFrank Greta Gnciser
national sorority on campus.
Marianne Klann Christine KIusey
Beverly Kreuller Linda Kuerlh
Susan Lofquis! Theresa Mysliwy
Jennifer Peterson Dianna Radlke
Mary Sadlon Michelle Saladin
Karen Schlichling Marge Swenringen Lori Ulmn Debra Weiher Judy Weismnnn Sandi Wick Fran Ziehr
Alpha Gamma Delta 139
Alpha Sigma is Whitewateris oldest and
only local sorority.
Projects this year included fund drives
for the heart fund and muscular dystrophy
campaign. The sisters also sponsored a par-
ty for children at St. Colettais school and
cleaned the senior citizens club.
Alpha Sigmas won first place in the
TKE Powder Puffs and took part in cam-
pus events such as homecoming and
Mary Brennan Rehcrca Parkman Marilyn Salerno
President Vive-president Treasurer
Jenn Herman Brenda Gromiuk Deborah Krausx
Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Sm-inl Chairman
Loren Amore Julie Ball Kathy Edwards Pamela Goldberg Kathy Greenhalgh Pulrivia Hall
Marcia Hayden Susan Johnson Cynthia Kirsch! Debbie Knights Sue Kowalski Kathy Lynd
Ann Lull Mary Kunk Milli MICGDWBH Dona McGuire Karen Miller Regina Minelsladl
Sharmnn Moen Barbara Novacek Michaela O'Reilly Nancy Peterson Darcy Ryan Mary Schuler
Sue Stebhins Cheryl Thompson Vicki Tumler Gloria Wallace Wendy Wenzel
A lpha Sigma-141
Brothers of Delta Chi complete an active
year in 1973-74 both on campus and in the
Whitewater community. In addition to
w i n n i n g t h e flo at co m petitio n at Charles Ricks David Lang Dave Mogul Steven Pfeffer
h 0 m eco m in g, t h ey participated in Faculty Adviwr Alumni Advisur President Vice Presidenl
Winterfest, May Week, the Vetis Club
Campus Confusion and the Intramural
At the community level, the brothers
have worked with the Jaycees on communi-
ty service projects and also sponsor a big
brother program for some of the areais
Mark Rnwuki Mii'hlti Lamping Thomas Kryslosek Jerome Mullen
Frat. Treasurer House Treasurer Corr. Secretary Recording Serrelary
David Lepic Len Ccderholm Marlin Ciebien
James Daniels Robert Davey Dennis Delaney David Dunkley
Bob Ehrhardl Donald Huebacher John Keller
William Kora! Michael Kovnnda
James Leffclmln Douglas McCIIIum Charles Mlodzik
Rick Pnusback .Ioe Pulasek
James Rediske Arnold Sherey Paul Slurm
Gregory Suchomel Patrick Voss Don Younger William Wendlandl Bill Wengcr Stephen Zaslrow Steve Zcinemunn
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi, an international .V ,
professional business fraternity has been PaulD.Schmitz nmaouson ThomasF.Prochowicz Gar, 1.0mm"
in existence on the UW-W campus for Preside"! SnVive President Treasurer Secretary
almost four years. Delta Sigma Pi en-
courages the student to develop himself
both scholastically and socially while in
school, plus for his career in business.
With the acquisition of a fraternity
house this year the members are learning
more than ever what brotherhood is. his
not only the good times but also all the
work that is involved in running a
Keven W. Bien Hon Ti Burlingame James J. Lepak Richard A. Ulson
V.P. Professional Act. V.P. Pledge Education Chancellor Historian
George H. Pulsford Mark A. Bunker
Dwain A. Dyer
William J. Henney Thomas L. Hilsberg
Steven .L Hoefl Steven M. Kling
Donald M. Kusak Steven D. Lulzke Scott W. Mnebiua
David W. Morgenstern Jim Newmann Jen S. Petersen
Joseph A. Rusche Wayne A. Schmilz Thomas F. Schultz
Jon D. Sorenson
Joseph J. Treml
Delta Sigma Pi-145
Cynthia Barnes Debra Brndelich Susan Burton Carson Cline Janet Dietrich Kathleen Dumalrcy Dawn Gauge!
A Delta Zeta is a universally well-
rounded woman, who strives for perfection
in all aspects of her social and private life.
Membership in the sorority has helped
each girl to define their individuality,
rather than to conform to the s0ne-mold,7
ideal that is so often believed of Greek
Nanry Kay Karla Masterson Barbara Jexherger Judith Drummond
Presidcnl 'IVrcnsurcr Corresponding Secretary Recording Secrclar
Jean Werfad Karen Jones
Pledge Trainer V. P. Membership
Mary Pat Goodspeed Kathi Guagliardo Linda Hartzell
Janice Hyde Gail Indra lhia Jackson
Mary Knox Rode" Krupke Mary Van De Laarschot
Martha Marion Janet Merkel Raye Ann Ou Mandy Pahde
Vicki Reichert Debra Snyder Ruth Sparby Katherine Summers
Sharon Thielke Christine Van Hoof Jan Wucherer Mary Yakel
Lambda Chi Alpha
Lambda Chi Alpha is no longer the
stereotyped fraternity of the 50,5 and 60is.
Those days are thankfully gone forever.
While some fraternities still cling to the
outdated methods and traditions of the
past, Lambda Chi looks to the future with
innovation. The stress in Lambda Chi has
shifted from the conformity of the past to
individual achievement within the bond of
friendship and brotherhood.
It is with pride that the individuals
within the brotherhood of Lambda Chi
wear their letters. They have gone through
an experience that can be had only once in
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RONT ROW: Tom Gundrum, Howard Maeklein, John Wilmet, Greg Robert Willumsen, Jeff Siegman, Richard Luowig, James Wagner, Mike
inahan, Robert Chase, Eugene Cassanova, Jeff Paulson, James Loomer, Tipps, Fritz Weitendorf. Michael Cutowski, Tony Cefulu, Mike MeQuadc.
aron Trummer. SECOND ROW: Arthur Graham, James Tielsen, NOT PICTURED: Gerald Maccore. John Beerman, Douglas Dougarian,
ugene Wondra, Ed Harrop, Dave Zander, Robert Wagler, Steven Drab, Gary Zicco, Jeff Kersten, James Thoma, David Hoffmam Grant Gcislcn.
' obert Bates, Tom Rutledge, Paul Kiefer, Robert Posorke. THIRD ROW: Gary Current, Marc Peterson, Ken Simon, Ken Stevens.
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Phi Chi Epsilon
Phi Chi Epsilon is the oldest of the
Greek Fraternities 0n UW-W campus, es-
tablished in 1921. A fraternity is a group of
men who join together to accomplish goals,
from having fun together to helping each
other graduate from school. Phi Chfs feel
they are doing a good job of accomplishing
these goals for themselves as well as each
Stephen J. Duster Daniel J. Christensen
President Vice President
Rolfe K. Johnson David M. Giangrossi Dean P. Anderson
Treaau rer Secretary
Bradford C. Bailey Pele 0. Bockhorsl Patrick J. Conerty Paul J. Conery Jim Cowley Jan V. Czajkowski Michael W. Dougherty
Tim Gallagher Roger L. Gcnnme Alan A. Gromacki Don P. Hayden Jim S. Hoffman Jeff J. Honer David A. lnglish
Jeffrey A. Jnnkiewicz Pal Johnson Paul R. Kepen William Koepnick Lawrence W. Lacke Robert M. Mueller Paul A. Nelson
Joseph J. Palumbo Gregory M. Pinlar Stephen H. Sawalake Larry D. Seslun John N. Slavin Terry E- Stevens
Ed ward T. Nowell
Jeff Stoflel Norman E. Slozek David .L Sullivan Ron T. Tambourine Thomas R. Wallace Charles E. Welsh Jeffrey L, Werch
Phi Chi Epsilon 15I
James M. Arena
Glen F. Treml
Richard D. Hley Daniel R. Blou
Don H. DePrau James B. Ellenberger
Dave H. Kialenbroker Mark D. Koncki
Gerald E. Papich
Reuben W. Klumb
Gary D. Falkner
PhiIip R. Cerny
Alan G. Hanke
Daniel R. Kruszka
Michael .I. Parulski
John J. Budyak
Charles W. Brand
Ronald D. Chilcole
Gary R. Harrison
Mark R. Marina
Scott S. Piearl
Gerald J. Mooren
Mark S. Nelson
Kevin .I. Cnnnelly
Bob A. Hinkel
Kevin E. McDonald
Robert C. Popper
William E. Simonis
Judd A. Decker
James L. Hunn
James E. Nasl
Rick J. Radwell
William J. Ever;
Robert S. Blain
Mark L. Denu
Steve E. Johnson
John L. Olson
Gary E. Rice
Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity was found-
ed at UW-W in 1950 and has a membership
of 56 active brothers.
Besides running an active social
program, Phi Sig,s participate in com-
munity and public service projects during
the year. They are proud to be one of the
few Creek organizations to own their own
Greg M. Rusteberg En J. Sndowski Marc E. Schmidt
James C. Small Ken Smerchek Richard C. Slauff
Gary J. Valeui William L. Vogel James R. Wilde James D. Wilson Jim P. Zarek
Michael R. Steidl
Carl M. Treml
FRONT ROW: Henry S. Coleman, Curtis R. Johnson, Edward E.
Chcalham, Kenneth M. Williams. BACK ROW: Garry Grimes, Leonard C.
Omega Psi Phi
SITTING: Barbara Ann Dandridge, Mary Anna Metcalf, Joyce R.
Blackburn. BA CK ROW: Johnnie Mae Cole, Shirlene Montgomery. Ethel
Jean Wells, Mary Unila Sims.
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W,,-Mm.,w N ,, WWW.
The past year for Sigma Pi has been one
of change. The moving and renovation of a
new fraternity house at the Land Mark
Hotel has consumed much of the fourteen
active members time. We invite anyone to
stop by the Landmark to see the NEW
ONT ROW: Ed Walhowicz, Ron Kundinger. SECOND ROW: Harold Swetland, Jim Dyrhaug, Gunner Heim. BACK ROW: Larry Testin, John
es, Bill Pappa, Dale Asleson, Rich Hooper, Tom Brown, Tom Kempf, Nick Martisek, Jeff Cavanaugh, Ken Ottmann.
Sigma Sigma Sigma
So, what do you do?
We raise money for Muscular Dystrophy,
UNICEF, and we built a pediatrics wing on a
hospital in North Carolina.
Is that all you do?
No, welre like any group of friends. We party,
study, laugh and cry together.
Well, Ilve got friends, too.
Yeah, but welre one step more than just a group
of friends. We have a commitment to each other
and to the whole sorority, national and local.
Hey! what sorority are you in anyway?
SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA
Catherine ll. Marks Sandra G. Balharh Gail P. Armstrong
President Vice President Treasurer
Krys M. Slcpke Connie L. Albrecht Susan Herrmann Pamela T. Albrecht Judy Boggiano Claudia M. Clerken Susan C Cunningham
Corr. Secretary Recording Secretary Scholastic Chairman
Kathleen M. Dinlvo Jun M. Dombrowski Susan A. Frank
Jan Gnllzis Jonn P. Gocra Cynthia M. Griggel
Holly A. Haney Ann L. Harker
Marni Hays Susan J. Janowski
Christine A. Lessner Karen L. Maakeslod
Irene Mncznla Jenn T. Miels
Debra A. Murray Susan E. Navarrelle Gail M. Netzer Kalherine L. Offerdahl Elizabeth C. Palm Jenn R. Punter Debbie L. Plalck
Bonnie R- Roby Cindy A. Route Linda K- 500" Pamela J- Smnle Ruth A. Stink: Patricia D. Sweeney Mnrjorie-Lec Wilson
Sigma Sigma Sigma 157
The brothers of TKE tlota 0micron
chapterl boast themselves as being part of
the largest national fraternity in the coun-
try with over 310 chapters in the U.S. and
0 The Tekes are involved in a wide range
Tau Itappa EpS 11011 of activities. They are active participants in ,
Intra-mural sports. In the spring the Jack Sulik
fraternity kicks off May Week with its an- Preside"!
nual Powder Puff Olympics in Starin
Park. UW-W Tekes will be hosting the first
annual TKE football tournament this spr-
ing for all the TKE chapters in the state.
The fraternity also sponsors a public Ser-
vice Weekend in the spring which consists
of service projects for the city and working
on national charities.
Bob Noonan Marty Wittenmeier John Ecko
Vice Presidenl Treasurer Secretary
Richard Nelson John L. Weiss Jack Silverman Larry Lycholat Pete James Tim Ferger Joe Pyzyk
Adviser Adviser House President Funds Chairman Social Chairman Pledge Trainer Rush Chairman
Rod Barbers .Iohn Barr Jeff Berger Mike Brady jim Carroll
Bruce Chernnk Daryl Dombrawski Mike Grady Glen Graham Rick Uraycarek Tom Godfrey Richard Grube
Ralph Hamilton Mark Inch Kll Kelliher Gary Knapp Frank Krause Ken LaBudn TONI Lewandowski
Terry Webster Bob Wod ke
M itch Salter
Tau Kappa Epsilon-159
Tau Nu Tau
Tau Nu Tau offers unity, strength, and
strong ties to those men who seek the
brotherhood. Robert F. Behnke John Kordirh 5mm At Bush
President Treasurer Serrctary
Along with excelling in social and
academic life, the brothers boast excellent
representation on intercollegiate and in-
tramural athletic teams.
This year the Taus added to the
Whitewater community by acquiring a Big
They hope to make life more meaningful
for many fatherless boys In southern 661
Wisconsin through the Big Brother ac- Brian T.Bloom RirhardC.Bnllz Fred M.Eoskmioh
Km in D. Buringlon
Charles C. Collings Jeffrey S. Duchin
Kevin J. Fleming
Roger A. Gaffner Patrick J. Gibbons
Hugh D. Cnalzig
Howard K. Henning
Dennis R. Lange
Michael K. Osni
Mark E. Schlirhler
Geoffrey R. Hale
James K. Hudson
Gene .I. Kruuklis
John A. Mullica
Dave J. Pakenhnm
Viclor R. Spanlon
Ray W. Jacobsen
Mark S Kryda
Smu W. Morgan
Gary A. Phillips
Michael R. Slanek Steven M. Thompson Robert A. Zanlon
Helen Taylor, Alpha Phi Alpha
Tara Eberts, Tau Nu Tau
Donna Adams, Delta Sigma Pi
Tricia Dykstra, Phi Chi Epsilon
Joan Posphalla, Delta Chi, Holly Knuth, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Bev Wenger,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Jan Eckola, Tau Kappa Epsilon.
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Melody Taylor. Omega Psi Phi
Rochelle Sdano, Sigma Pi
The rousing cheers at rallies and par-
ties have become more mellow with the
passage of time. Bonfires, hazing, and
panty raids are mere echos of a bygone
era. Old traditions are rapidly replaced
by new. Yet, at times stillness persists.
Beset by the battering of rapid change
and the stillness of myths and
stereotypes, the system known as
ttGreekt, stands alone in its quest to
hold on to a unique tradition.
To the skeptics it is conformity and
secret ritualism. To the men and women
who wear Greek letters it is individuali-
ty and accomplishment of the highest
degree. Achievement beyond the norm,
scholastic as well as social, must be a
tradition if Greeks are to survive.
Through innovation and accomplish-
ment fraternities and sororities in the
seventies have striven to be a part of
everyonets life on campus and in the
As they look to the future, made un-
certain by prejudices and irrelevant
traditions, Greeks are preparing to meet
the needs of the future human being.
No longer are the Greeks made up of in-
dividuals, but rather, individuals may
be a Greek. Those that are find
themselves an intricate part of UW-
Whitewaterts life, and by the same stan-
dard a part of the life so vaguely
referred to as Greek.
urvival in a cubical . . .
Routine is not conducive to
creativity. So, I polish off a
six-pack 0f Pabst and three dozen
hands of sheepas head at least
once a week.
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WHITE; 101-122: FRONT ROW: Joe Espinosa, Ed Fxhcr. Jim
Wcrncrke, John Dax 5, Dan Sullivan, John Owen.
WHITE; 20I-213: FRONT ROW: John Culvclli, Greg Tanski, Tom
Lightholder. SECOND ROWE Jeff Shoemaker, John Milbauor, John
Barr, Viv Moreno, Gary Barlels, Kendall Haag.
WHITE; 214-227: FRONT ROW: Bill Price, Dave Gavigan, Jeff 2Fly2 ROW: Charley Fischer, Greg Madson, Mark Baumgarlner, John
Cayne, Dave Sohmedlin, Mark Dresen, Dan Gruharvhik, Ed Reilly. 1YBrien,'rom Chesnik.
SECOND ROW: Tim Kilzman, David Scuglek, Mark Sullivan. THIRD
WHITE; 301-313: FRONT ROW: Chuck Hermscn. Slexe Smith. Slexe Jeff Fischer. Mark chzel, JeffAlt-xander, Bruce Henry.
Dunhouse. SECOND ROW: Dave R001waeffY0unger, Gary Amoroso,
WHITE; 314-327: FRONT ROW: Tom Strauss. SECOND ROW: Mike
Finnegan, Richard Tracy, Joe Hicke, Parker Dow, Phil Adams.
WHITE; 401-413: FRONT ROW: Darrell Fleck, Jeff Schenning, John
Wolf, Paul Defenet. SECOND ROW: Mark Gleisner, Neil Rosenthal,
Michael Jacobs. THIRD ROW: John Brandt. Tom Fenwick, John Lahl,
John Penkoske. FOURTH ROW: John Graf, Robin Brose, Richard
Schowalter, Ralf Selensky.
WHITE; 414-427: FRONT ROW: Dan Sawicki, Jeff Schenning, Jeff
Ericksen, John Wolf. SECOND ROW: Steve Bodie, Arab Morgan, Bob
Arthur, Frodo Baggins. THIRD ROW: Mike Heyer, Dope Dealer, Mike
Halpin, Lez Zoril, Ralf Selensky, Craig Liegel. FOURTH ROW: Joe
WELLERS; 101-128: FRONT ROW: Joann Amore, Pat Miller, Jane
Jenkins, Babette Brown, Linda Jones. SECOND ROW: Colette Isebell
11C011, Peggy Bishop, Debbie Clark, Nancy Heeringa, Pam Mathewson.
Bienieb, Pal Schmidt, Bilbo 11Clouds" Baggins. FIFTH ROW: Kevin
Steffens, Bob Mueller, Brian McCarthey. SIXTH ROW: Howie
Marklein, Mark Krueger, Dave Schmidt.
THIRD ROW: Jeannine Bohnsack, Sarhtu Rabeh, Julie Backes, Karen
Scherer, Kathie Houdek, Bernice Johnson, Princess Ann Hill. FOURTH
ROW: Kathy Willick, Karen Willick, Sue Monigal, Mary Kobel.
WELLERS; 201-218: FRONT ROW: Lynne Leiber, Bobbie Lablanc,
Mary Aydlolle, Cindy Hudson, Phyllis Gygax, Barb Quinn. SECOND
ROW: Lois Birr, Hope Metzner, Nancy Belenz, Debbi Oswell, Beth Ann
WELLERS; 219-236: FRONT ROW: Debbie Neunann, Lynn Friedma,
Julia John, Jean Winger, Linda Bullette. SECOND ROW: Diane
Bolton, Cindy Clark, Holly Wicen, Cheri Shumann, Joan Lahl, Karen
Beal. THIRD ROW: Teri Kragenerink, Marilyn Mertz, Jani-Sue
Kroehler, Mary Marjenka. THIRD ROW: Martha Wilke, Wendy Craw-
ford, Pauline Howard, Debbie Paruzynski, Barb Anderson, Judy
Spindler, Diane Pontel.
Shugarls, Diane Ambrose, Debbie Dutcher, Martha Haldiman, Cynthia
Thompson. FOURTH ROW: Mr. WIW, Sue Ullmar, Cindy Gaska, Debbie
Hadlew, Mary Jo Decker, WThe M80161
WELLERS; 301-318: FRONT ROW: Lisa Brammcr. Lorrae Jahns. Lynn
Plewa, Margie Fons, Sue Hanson. Laurie Grmes, Jackie Borucki.
SECOND ROW: .Vanq Hermus, Ellen Reid. Debbie Swanson. Diane
WELLERS; 319-336: FRONT ROW: Gail Bierle, Phyllis White, Gcmma
Pollina, Cheryl Fleck, Eileen Schweitzer, Donna Schiefelbein. SECOND
ROW: Linda Marquardt, Karen Lackey, Joy Brabec, Glenda Woosley,
Allen, Mardel Kleinsmith, Sue Vcrslegem. Kay Kalrinc" Landl. Jm
Josephine" Brabec. THIRD ROW': Kenlun Kirby Karon Timmcrman.
Eileen Schroeder, Vick; Fisk, Carolyn Gobin. Janet Balcstricri.
Laurie Natrhke, Marty Marion, Diane Bocder. THIRD ROW: Kathtx
McKinney, Joanie Koldon, Vivki Reicherl, Jeanne Ambrose, Jill
Buuwmeester, Diane Whitney.
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WELLERS; 401-418: FRONT ROW: Joanne Jensen, Suc Templin, Kat- ROW: Adrea Miles. Nam'y CarstenS. Annie Boyle. Patty Murphy Karen
lie Hyde, Theresa Rosales, Buffy Johnson, Kathy Maddock. SECOND WCiSC.
WELLERS; 419-436: FRONT ROW: Lisa Mcrzalk, Jan Clowcs, Nancy hie Kornuth, Valerie Harbor, Barb Matz, Carol Nelson, Sue Northey,
Becker, Rita Podnar, Lisa Blackmon, Ann Jondle. SECOND ROW: Deb- Mimi Steiner, Michele Shuppe.
CHCVI: l01-123: FIN , 1T ROW: Chuck Mlodyika Greg Sm-homcl, Bob Kevin McCarragher, Conrad Brazzale, Jeff Bodine.
Slungo. Torry ngnivr. SINK D ROW: Wesley Smilh. John Kreuscr,
CLICM: 201-217: FRO I ROW: Grog: Gallagher, Jeffrey Buhl, Barn Thompson,Don Hughesa Mark Carlson,Brad Doyle.
Vordvgun, Carl Forbes, Mark Carlos. SECOND ROW: Jeff Bodinc, Curl
CLEM: 318-333: FRONT ROW: Carl Eller, Peru, Dan, Ben. Thighllilvr.
Dan C, Jon, Turk.
CLEM: 4IlI- 1l7: FRO.
YT ROW: Dan Krvmu, Bub Sniwoh, Charles Ron. man, John Boldl, J. L. Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Lam Brown, Hugh,
Samuel Law. SECO
D ROW: Slcve Bailey, Mark Ad I, Dale Oppcr- Kewin Horner,Terry Glynan'arl Rulhcnberg.
CLEM; 418-433: FRONT ROW: Hugh Tollack, Mike Martin, Lee ROW: Lee Taylor, Scott Sanderson, Charles Goodrum, Leon Banks,
Coonen, Jon McMurtrie. SECOND ROW: William Evans, John Lust, Neil Green, Frank Scuglik, Mark SchmuhI,Dan Johnson.
Robert Miller, Carl Reid, Mike Tonstad, Fred Greifenhagen. THIRD
SAYLES; 101-122: FRONT ROW: Megan Rollefson, Barbara Garbo, THIRD ROW: Gail Diehall, Sharon Fieldstad, Kathy Kashuda, Mary
Chris Fick, Rebekah Heller, Vicki Reimer. SECOND ROW: Barbara Kclley,PatTrznade1,Deborah C. Randolph,.leanie Paschke.
Salvo, Cathy Argos, Kim Anderson, Laurie Mani, Maureen Burke.
SAYLES; 201-213: FRONTROW: Patsvx Chan. Carol JuhnsnlLSPXXIND
ROW: Lois Huethlcr, Sandra Svhlaugal, Teresa Chem, Lois Bowhkc,
Ellen Tao, Elise Nehm. THIRD ROW: Val Bien, Thomasinc valcrson,
SAYLES; 214-227: FRONT ROW: Juan Pulliam, lgnn Bayer. SECOND
ROW: Linda Grolh, Linda Uckcrlund. Bonnie Assmunn. Sue Polt-rson,
Sue Watson, Heidi Woodruff. THIRD ROW? Janet Bunkelman, Chris
Debbie Ruge. FOL'RTH ROW: Jinccn Bowycr. Ann Silxola, Carol
Bennett, Marilee Baker, Carol Bruss, Cind-x Lehmann.
Anderson, Pally Hub, Mary Beth Bargiclski,
A rlcnc Zmuda, Debbie
SAYLES; 301-313: FRONT ROW: Sue TiedaJo Pat Brunette. Farkhan-
da Tarar, Lori Ann Chcxalicr. SECOND RUW': Suzanne Sajdak. Lou
Krejcarek, Carol Ross, Pal Lubke, Mary Nighor. Vivki Hollcrmun.
SAYLES; 314-327: FRONT ROW: Cheri Lenz, Kathrx Gilberlson, Gail
Semonis, Ruth Snarl, Richelle Holmes. SECOND ROW: Pearl Schilling,
THIRD ROW: Jurh Van lb kc. 141m Lambert. Dlehiv Frank. Carol
Bvlh Dykstra, Lynn Dallmun. Ann Guinen. Doris Wink. THIRD ROW:
Diana Hogan, Janet Ccrk, Nancy Chuck, Cindy Wilsmun.
SAYLES; 401-412: FRONT ROW: Barb Wollner, Jenny Tsang, Janet
Presslein, Faith Coughlin, Pal McCowan. SECOND ROW: Kathy Stan-
SAYLES; 413-427: FRONTROW: Sandra Ducsterbeck. SECOND ROW:
Tsang WaiGuen Sophia, Marianne S. Klann, Sharilyn Kunz, Nancy
ton, Sue McKinney, Lynn Prochazka, Carmen Chan, Mary Young, Deb-
Wolf, Colleen McCarthy, Sharon Hefter. THIRD ROW: Carol Zellmer,
Julie Lennox, Vicki Ratzlaff.
FISCHER; 101-102: FRONT ROW: Linda Barnett, Cathy Herr, Sandie Lyn Comstovk, Nancy Canny and Piglet, Vicki Pierce, Debi Priu'hard.
Colombe. SECOND ROW: Sue Filut, Sandy Sch mitt, Rita Rose Fazekas, FOLVRTH ROW: Paulette Beirow, Sherri Strauss, Alive Peat, Jami Bier-
Cheryl McMurray, Wendy Liebmann, Denise Ferd Lotharius, Ben, Mary nacki, Sandi Trancl, Jean Bunton.
Ann Zelmanski. THIRD ROW: Gail McGihany'. Nancy J. Koeninger,
FISCHER; 201-2l4: FRONT ROW: John Rude, Thomas J. Kohlmeyer. Svhlcicher, Arnold Shekcy, Gary Lukken, Mark Chaplean, Lou
SECOND ROW: Jerry Teclaw, Larry Buege, Thomas Hansen, Jeffrey Wicrichs. Jr., Gary Puapc, John Danielson.
FISCHER: 2l5-228: FRUV'I' ROW: John Dxivkan, Bill Hcrlws. Bill
Booker. 11I'm Dustinhrnnk. huh Burrivnln. SECUVD ROWE Thom
Gorrvlsvn. Richard Spencer. Joseph Nilka, Jim Erickson. Jim Wilde,
Wuclvhli, Coral Klement, Pat lsakscm. THIRD ROW: Kathy Spanlon,
Kathy Braland, Margie Marsh.
FISCHER: 315-328: FRONT ROW: Barbara Sparks. Jill Fruh, Maribn
Sul'urik. SECU VD ROW: Carol Mcvxer, Joyce Jarnugin, Elaine Pm-zutck.
THIRD ROW: Jay 00 Stewart, YVOIIIIC Jones, Kathy Kroczc, Wendy Wor-
I'ISCHER; 401-414: FRONT ROW: Richard Wuvek, Jcl'l'rg Furnhum.
Tum Calhoun, Dunn Vernon, Kit Carson, Eric Olson, Hit-hy Stroud.
SECOND ROW: Slew: Sawatskc, Ross Rickkofl', Robert Whislcr, Slcx cn
In, Ruth Fcnhousc, Tracey King Barh Hakes. FOURTH ROW: Debra
Uuriniun. Cheryl Fciglevx, Susan Sterlinskc, Carol Isuksen, Karen
.Iurrull. Carla Dziuba.
Buumann, Darrel Wurnvkc, Robert Lucht, Scull
Yuunglka, John Drugun.
FISCHER; 415428: FRONT ROW: Kevin Johnson, Susan Roberts, R
Sum HIankv. SECOVU ROW: Mike Knapp. John Dom, Perry Shukas,
Hike Sarumundit-h. Richard Reakins, Mark Borlcskc. Alan Muir.
GOODHl'E; IOI-l22: FRONT ROW: Jim Woodruff, Ed Perry, Jeff
Tremble. Terry Mullcm. SECOND ROW: Don Samuelsom, Brian
Morgan, Scull Forbes, Freddy Townsend, Kent Yunker. THIRD ROW:
THIRD ROW: Dennis L. Birr, Dennis chzel, Greg Koprivu, Mark
Ccrszowoki. Bill Hamhlin, Marcus Haas. chin Rcsrhcnhcrg.
John Janiuk. Dave Dornbos, Doug Czerwinski, Gary Kvasniva.
FOURTH ROW: Tom Sweeney, Gibby Yule, Rodncc Rice, John Chevy,
Tom Dw3 er, Claude Kcshcmberg.
GUODHUE; 201-214: FRONT ROW: Kevin Part'ell, Vim-cnl Graham, Ron Skrcns. Eric Tum, Brad Kuzic. Philip Cho, Kelly Yunkcr. Gary
Paul Kluscndnrf, Rick Curry, Rick Cruz, Paul Neitzel. SECOND ROW; Current, Jeff Hulllncr. Nulu Burton, Tom Sodcmunn.
GOODHUE; 215-228: FRONT ROW: Mike Warshauer, Rivk Majeskie, Langc, Pole Bcrncl, Ron Burlingamc, Greg Wamlcl, Tim Timm.
Tim Narowclz. Gary Balwovk, Don Kusak. SECOND ROW: Daxe FOURTH ROW: J.R. Weber, August Ncumunn, Charlie Chernak, Fred
Pcrrin, Todd Lengniok, Ron Powell, Dean Bladorn. THIRD ROW: Curl chtl, Scott Bildslcn, H. Norton.
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GOODIIUE; 301-314: FRONT ROW: Bill Hamilton, Dan Riley. BillGessert.BillGenthe.THIRDROW:JimSampson.Jim HousegDave
SECOND ROW: Amir Soleimani, Gary Dunnigan, Edward Lemmons, Silyw Joseph Leew Christopher GenCthfa Marty Carroll, H- Horton.
GOODHUE; 315-328: FRONT ROW: Terry Tucker, Dave Connors, Gary man, Paul Ambro, Steve Ritzman. THIRD ROW: Jim Sampson. Keith
Zizzu, Marty Carroll. SECOND ROW: Patrick Lung, Michael Haber- Kwok, Ken Nyberg, Nate Burton, Kerry Keen, Marvin Herman.
COODHUE; 401-414: FRONT ROW: Reginald Verncll. H. Horton. ROW: Ricky Bcgotka, DaYid Dean. Mike Romaine. Marty 0,Brien,
SECOND ROW: Dave Page, Dennis Montanye, Steve McArdle, Greg Vince Wcidncr, Peter Wu, Dax'id Wong.
Enz, Steven Cohen, Edward Hung, Al Elly, Jerome Wallace. THIRD
COODHUE; 415-428: FRONT ROW: John Owens, Eskender HezCkieL Bosco Hui. Danny Fok, Keith Galloway, Ramh Hoffman, Rich
Steve Pesck, Greg Matczynski. SECOND ROW: John Prasher, Matiwos Boslwick, Clyde Lipp, Donn Frey, George Schultz.
Shifferraw, Henry Anderson, Alvarez Elzy, H. Horton. THIRD ROW:
KNILANS;101-114: FRONT ROW: Jody Penniston, Joanne Rasmussen,
Jane Bricscmeistcr. SECOND ROW: vamc Radloff, Marsha Paulson,
Jeannette Krusiec, Lisa Murray. THIRD ROW: Teresa Cook, Judith
KNHANS: 115-127: FRONT ROW: Martha .11031ahon.Cinde Dion,
Sharon Vmirk. Cindix Allen. SECUVU ROW: Pulli Stark. Jonathan
Jurgulis, Gayle Pfurr. Kath Winiccki, Kristie Rode. THIRD ROW: Cris
Laust'hner, Judy Hallcn. Jean Howland. Susan Schulz, Carol Schneider,
Jean Siffcrmann, Vhian Springs,Ca1Vcna Brown. Mary Suhr. FOURTH
ROW: Christine Dcrke, Debbie Zirkm'ich, Anna Matt, Valerie Pfarrer.
Hwahumson, Hurlcnc Schwartz. Susan Chapman. Pamela Rich, Sue
Luncr. FUIVRTH ROW: Bonnie Borcnitsvh, Robin Wuvhcrer, Mary
DeYoung. Lenore Keen.
KNILANS; 201-218: FRONTROW: Holly Weisnicht, Debbie Van Geem,
Alise Rutzky, Barb Denor, Jalaine Cooley. SECOND ROW: Debbie
Dickmeyer, Mary Hoover, Mary Wellenstein, Bonnie Breen, Barb
KNILANS; 219-236: FRONT ROW: Rose Seurer. SECOND ROW:
Beverly Kreuuer. Diane Chapp, Debbie Roberts, Kim Bechlolt, Mary
Hillebrandt, Debbie St'hewe. THIRD ROW: Sue Tomlinson, Marilyn
Rutkowski, Cathy Leffelman, Debi Nelson, Celcsline Washington, Linda
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Lohrentz. THIRD ROW: Marge Last, Debbie Molbeck, Rode" Krupke,
Kathy Connell. FOURTH ROW: Marcia Ranke, Mary Moldenhauer,
Mary Lenz, Vicki Price.
Wingrccn. FOURTH ROW: Anne Sevker, Laura Wheeler, Lynn
Kocttcrlugen. Judy Gilbert, Patricia Tihhilts, Janie Hcgcr, Beth Austin.
FIFTH ROW: Chris Klasscy, Mary Mcusling, Diane Dunes, Kathy Lan-
low, Pam Soer, LuAnn chdig, Louise Torhorst, Marge Ernst.
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KNIIANS: 301-318: FRONT ROW: Joan Wiggin. Janice Kurth,
Huriunnc Kolur. Both Elmer. Kim Clark. SECOND ROW: Nancy
Larsmn Bm Hendricks. Sue Dame. Diane St-hlugcnhauf, Kristine
Gvrmvr, Giselle: Lilla. THIRD ROW: Melanie Collins, Maryann
KNHAVS; 319-336: FRO VT ROW: Janis HvCarxillc. Theresa Dushck,
MJvm- Pupkv. Luna Camp. Lorene Hivkolscn. Foliru Cofrin. SECOND
ROW: Ruth Sparln. Leah Rode. Julie Ilcimun. Janet Nlcrkcl, Cindy
Hillhruncr. Barb Langcnfcld, Jean Mueller, Sharon Meyer, Sue Nevins,
Knn Chasm, Linda Cook. FUl'RTH ROW: Peggy Domrcs, Gail Renner,
Sandy Felivijan. Nunq Hahn, Terri Daniels, Susan Svhultz.
Bacon. Peggy Fairchild, Lindy Scip, Pam Timms, Lori Erlinger. THIRD
ROW: A my Smukal. Kathy Garski, Carol Rickert, Jane Dooley, Doreen
Peck, Sue Paape, Diane Schwahn.
KNILANS; 401-418: FRONT ROW: Chris Arentsen, Cheri Schick, Judy
Gorski, Barbara McClellan, Katherine Koo. SECOND ROW: Amy
Daugherty, Jennifer Brunette, Ted E. Bare, Nancy Schleicher, Tina
Wong. THIRD ROW: Pat Conklin, Vicki Knaup, Diane Grenawalt,
KNILANS; 419-436: FRONT ROW: Deborah Morrison, Sue Melaas,
Diane Zelten, Melody Carr, Pam Welly, Darcy Spellman, Kim
McWilliams, Linda LaCrosse. SECOND ROW: Kris Wagner, Patricia
Williams, Sue Conrardy, Barb Farmer, Diane Winter, Marylis Muckler,
Kathie Roherty, Gayle Feesl, Sharon Adams. Holly Reat, Sherry
Bresslcr, Diane Evans. FOURTH ROW: Rhonda Diehl, Shelly Henning,
Wynnae Kenislon, Terry Minami, Kristan Franzen, Rulhann Starr.
Barb Anderson. THIRD ROW: Gail Sadowski, Nanette Nicolay, Barbara
Markovilz, Debbie Weber, Donna Soderquist, Kathi Miller. FOURTH
ROW: Sue Weiland, Susan Leban, Gloria Krause, Marcella Varela.
FIFTH ROW: Cheryl Weeks, Sue Natchke, Kathy Matheson.
TUTT; 101-114: FRONT ROW: Dave Pfanzelter, Tim Epping. John
Esser, John Tenhaken. DJ. Orski, Dave Lorenz, Purdy Qualley.
TUTT; 115-128: FRONT ROW: Brad Kommer, Dan Gartland, Sherwin
Keys, Cary Whitaker. SECOND ROW: Craig Gruenberg, Paul Haen,
Doug Swenson, Jeff Kleu.
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SECOND ROW: Randy Kuhn, John Stempfl, Mike Flaherty, Paul
Vanden Branden. Scott Burns, Ken Paukner, Brad Steinke, Kent Kritz.
TUTT; 201-218: FRONT ROW: Tom Trepczyk, Fox-Kuuee, Mike Ryan,
Mike Bahlcr, Ja'y Sncider, Kent Harris, Jeff Reich, Brett Jarman.
SECOND ROW: Steve Brink, Paul Kepen, Tom W'ellnitz. THIRD
TUTT; 219-236: FRONT ROW: Randy Rischer, Maynard Krebs, Robert
Gehcl, Scott Thomas. SECOND ROW: Mike Gray, Dennis Lamping,
John Hillinger, John Hoffman, Scott Stanley Martin, Dennis Stern,
ROW: Bill Roper, Curt Brockhoff, Ned Storer, Anthony Chesser, Gerry
Heiting, Dave Larson. FOURTH ROW: Rick Wrobel, Steve Kadonsky,
Bobby Fischer, Darnell Wenzel, Bob Miller, Greg Worsey.
Craig Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Cary Bindas, Mike Fleig, Keith Pullen,
James Glazier, A. Karl Puslina, Jeff Johnson, Jim Ott.
TUTT; 301-318: FIH VT ROW: Bruce Lopak. Stove Kumrow, Vlikc
Brucggcman. SECUVD ROW: Rit'h Puglilsvll. Todd Follcnsbec, Kim
Huwarlh, Kim Whilcursl. Mr. Curlis R. Johnsonisl. THIRD ROW:
TUTT: 3l9-336: FRON'I' ROW: Waller Rufncr. SECOND ROW: Dav:
erust'xN Sxolmdu, Mike WNW" HvKUon, R'u'k Kracmcr Mrho Rock",
Paul hTIL-cya" Haul, Thomas 5M1!" Welkc, Glynn E Sparky " .Vcltcsheim.
THIRD ROW: Jim Slcinuvkcr, Phil HLeak" lAut-kc, Dun wPuck" Bow-
man, Run Dingcr" Huidingcr. Brian Bruun, Thomas K. E0soarag
Chris Rilm , Rick Fuller, Keith Dolm. Mike Coghlan, Marlin Potter. Jeff
Hanson. Joseph Bell.
Man or. FUl'RTH RUN": Dun Wurnko. Mike HDel Czlizu" Bct'kcr, Jerry
Wilind Hula" Faldnvss. Don k Dink" Em-k. Dun Wlngamillc" Reimcr,
Bill Hcgcman. FIFTH ROW: Bruce Meyer. Mike Lcnnux, Mark
wrurdc-uws" Jones. Wm. "erom'ho" chhncr, Bruce Buivk5a Gibson,
Rivk "Buck" Worden.
TUTT; 401-418; Non Visitation Wing: FRONT ROW: Randy Chaney,
John Christie, Tony Schmitz. SECOND ROW: Mark Johnson, Al Schott,
TUTT; 419-436: FRONT ROW: Tom Williams, Neal Frauenfelder, Dr.
J.S. Feelgood-Jerome Spencer, Joel Peebles, Flamond Trainer.
SECOND ROW: Scott Robinson, Doug Castro, Bill Monfeli, Jeff
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Robin Guelich, Luther Heller. THIRD ROW: John Klemp, Jay John-
son, Joe Geifert, Michael Lee.
Frcdericks, Steve Peterson, Michael Lee, Pete Krempel. THIRD ROW:
Jeff Entress, Wayne Van Meter, Steve Haugen, Al Long, Mike Walton,
Tom Sobouke, Roger Holtz.
WELLS: 20l-219: FRONT ROW: Sue Svhultz. Diane Hummarlund.
Darla Thicl. Lora Schallhnrn. C'xnlhiu chzcl. SECOND ROW: Ht'lq
Cook. Diane D0 Lush, April Sthuwr. Gail Lindberg. Sand; h'xsol.
WELLS: 220-233: FRONT ROW: Rollin Himu. Chcr'xl Jansen. Gail Du-
lhx. Sull'x Pomeroy. Kristi Ullmun. Juan Juvuhsvn. SECOND ROW: Pam
Kirsl, Cheri Mclzclfcld, Jill Cox, Dianna Kleewein. THIRD ROW: Pam
Kulh'x Ulorklw Corcoran. THIRD ROW: Debbie Wylie, Jean Powers,
Karon Lapradc, Rosanne Hicck-W Marrcsc. Nancy Bishop. Denise Fccsl.
Hurlwig. Sue Laird, Paulette Buomsma, Carla Bradley. Linda Rogers,
Dvhln Welst'h. Vikki Puhcrmat-hcr,SucSpcur.
WELLS; 301-332: FRONT ROW: Micki Sandec, Dee Dickie, Sue Myers,
Johnic Cole, Mary Beth Km-zkowski. SECOND ROW: Gloria Brennan,
Joan Schlagcr, Kathy Fornero, Megan Olson, Kelly GrIHin, Sally
WELLS; 320-333: FRONT ROW: Steve Bessire,Willie Scott. SECOND
ROW: Lori Butler, Sue Littlefield, Yvonne Hunt, Gail Nails. THIRD
ROW: Red Kasai, Luke Wine, Joanie Niccolai, Mary Bliss. FOURTH
Ramagc, Kim Collins. THIRD ROW: Jane Cara, Sandi Wick, Luannc
Shadof, Susan Dahl, Carol Frank.
ROW: Debbie Waltz, Mike Schocnemann, MMMMMeureen Lyons, Jane
Stibhe. Ann Galko. Susan Halvensleben, Vicky Chopp, Marge Ammann.
WELLS; 401-419: FRONT ROW: Patty Rllsvh. Darlene Lear. Mun Afm
Harkmina. Kath Kinsey, Kathy Stanford. Linda Schneider. SECOND
RUWQ Cimh Horton, Rene Hishcr.xh1l1 Volson. Alive Hughes. Colleen
St'hacfcr. Sue Filiatrouu, Susan Powell, Meredith Whitcomh. Linda
WELLS: 420-433: FRONT ROW: Donna Dcnk, Han Hcinrit'hs. Dohlu
Hurray Ham Frcitag, Juno Farrell. SECOND ROW: Kullu
Christensen, Jane Pahlc, Joan Denecn, Karen Ura'H-arvk, Mary Lou
Holmgren. THIRD ROW: Andrea Nestor, Christine Johnson. Kathy
Nimtz, Pull Hchc, Marge Staley. Elaine Jackson. Michele Taulm. Sheila
Buckley, Sue Dascenzo. Karen Wcingart, Nanq Meyer.
Houvk. Barb Renncr, Barb Brown. THIRD ROW: EH1 Wchncr. Jeanne
Hays, Linda Hayman, Carol Fuhret-k, Kath; Dunn. Tama Cook, Tern
Gilgenbavh, Pat Stawarz, Peg Jones, Jean Timmer.
WELLS: 501-5192 FRONT ROW: Jam: Zicnlok, Gail Duane. SECOND Falkowski. THIRD ROW: Sue Kilsoonk. KrisBarth.Barl1Lurscn. Kay-
RUW: Beth Schoenecker, Heidi Riegcr, Mary Slmckcn. Cathy Stanowsky.
WELLS; 520-533: FRONT ROW: Rila Dcmhny, Jeannie Klotz, Dona Lessner, DeAnnc Carl, Jan Budnik, Virginia Weller. THIRD ROW:
Rogutich. SECOND ROW: Judy Boggiano, Linda Scott, Christine CarolStrauss.
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WELLS: 601-619: FRONT ROW: Cindy Maslrit'olu. Jennie Frvnl-h.
Vanncssa Lowery. Linda Johannson. SECOND ROW: Jvannv Wick.
WELLS: 620-633: FRUNTRUW: Kathy Lcwko. Cindy Stock. Sue John-
snn.KaticNublwfcld. Jal'kiv BUILSECUND ROW: Juth Rasmussen. Lori
Sorcnson, Terri Gr'xszkiewivz, Kim Teachoul, Man Hochnc. THIRD
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Pamela Hilfcr. Annette Mitchell, Marcia Krinkc. THIRD ROW: Debbie
Pagol. Terri Hchn. Brigid MvCormivk, Patti Shea, Sue Kallas.
ROW: Joanne Stalker. Debbie Tallgren, Mary Zwygarl, Patti Elliott,
Cind'x Reilly Joyce Horack, Ann St-huelkc.
WELLS; 701-719: FRONT ROW: Nancy Bakkcr, Gail Merrickq Ja'x ma Lynn Frnula, Bev Wengcr, Pam Schuulcr. THIRD ROW: Chris W'ciner.
Covey, Denise Reencrs, Lindy Brownrigg, Ann Lull. SECOND ROW: Michelle Saladin. Penny NOWaks Cathy Fuhrman, Nancy Hutchinson,
Cindy Spankowski, Jane Lenherr, Mary Fishbunc. Cathy Bachman. Sue K0walskyJ0ni Pospyhalla.
WELLS; 720-733: FRONT ROW: Scooter Moss, Debbie Hynes, Toni Pam Johnson, Laurie Slack. THIRD ROW: Candy Cervenka. Vivki
Gregori, Linda Kahlor. SECOND ROW: Barbara Jones, Jean Joseui, Tweet,Tweeler Redfield, BonnieZimmermann,Connie Thomas.
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WELLS; 801-819: FRONT ROW: Sue Linsley, Jenna Horsens. Maureen
Morrissey. Terri Woods, Tanya Bobis. Jennifer Knight. SECOND ROW:
Francine Schultz. Cheryl Grams. Geri Mt-Ginnity, Ann Holmhoe, Nancy
WELLS: 820-833: FRONT ROW: Kerry Lynch. Jeannie Hughes.
Maureen Bishop, Virginia Svhwcrtfeger. SECOND ROW: Wcrilee
Sohmers, Jean Oberbillig, Debbie Woznivk, Candy Harwood, Marla
Krout, Gini Morack, Cindy Edwards. THIRD ROW: Laurie Gauthier,
Pat Veto, Liz Spaeth, Janice Lewko, Janis Howard. Julie Leas. Jessica
Robins, Nancy Dean.
Weaxer, Linda Pollin. THIRD ROW: Pat Mountin. Gina Marrcse,
Valerie MacDonald. Anne Fredericks, Pat Kern, Kathy Rofferdhl. Judy
WELLS; 901-919: FRONT ROW: Sue Kjellenberg, Laurie Bauer, Ann
Tcsch, Mavis Malewa, Sheree Lane, Kathy Schneider. SECOND ROW:
Yvonne Meichtrey, Pally Barr, Linda Nelson, Alexandrea Saramandich,
WELLS; 920-933: FRONT ROW: Carol Haukc, Kris Uphoff, Deborah
Carnie, Lynn Smithhack. SECOND ROW: Jean Buschke, Susan
Gallatin, Lisa Schroeder, Lynn Sicvcr, Barb Boston. THIRD ROW:
Diane Kclcerlragcn, Diane Kachclmeirer. THIRD ROW: Kris Stolpe,
Mary Mahcr, Becky Boilcy, Bonnie Taggc, Jackie Knowll.
Joyce Harris, Denise Kolmos. Karen Stanley, Lori Puerschner, Karen
Miller, Sharon klawillcr. Put Scrak.
WELLS; 1001-1019: FRONT ROW: Sally Ghiglieri, Chris German, Kim
Schroeder, Gwenda Noah, Julie Sattler, Kris Kimble, Anna Branigan,
Crystal Bush, Sue Birkholz, Pat Heiden. SECOND ROW: Mary Popa,
WELLS; 1020-1033: FRONT ROW: Barb Brown, Mary Luebkc. Pam
LoMonaco. SECOND ROW: Lorna Rigney, Debbie Hoffman, 5110
Toomey, Janet Bjelde. THIRD ROW: Carol King, Debbie Malo, Cris
Kathy Waterson, Cheryl McGroarty, Peggy LaFIeur, Jinx Perpignani,
Kim Orcutt, Judy Nass. THIRD ROW: Leslie Peters. Donna Morris,
Jane Ulma. Holly Zillmer.
Karnes, Linda Jenks, Becky Draeger, Sue Monaghan, Bonnie Crosley,
Cindy Gosernile. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn McManus. Barb Brady,
Noreen Kochicas, Susan Lange.
WELLS; 251-269: FRONT ROW: Dave Lanphear, Robert Gross, Joe
Beck, Dwight Crosse, Jeff Danielson, Bob Korlewitz. SECOND ROW:
Tom Bruns, Leslie Helberg, Steve Hauge, Mike Banks, Bill Dorion, Jeff
WELLS; 270-287: FRONT ROW: Jim Geisthardt, Bob Locker, Rick
Glowe, Dave Beetstra, John Power, Rick Schwab, Mike Zeimet.
SECOND ROW: Don Szulczewski, Larry Sandy, Jim Horan, Greg Equi,
Nachreiner. THIRD ROW: Walt Johansen, Craig Artl, Jim Hanser, Dan
Mroz, Don Meredith. FOURTH ROW: Mike Pandou, Gary Meier, John
Tautges, Jeff Rathjen, Bill Barwick.
Bruce Caspari, Dennis Voit. THIRD ROW: Bogie Regis, Tom Dahmen,
Paul Schueue, George Stroesenreuther. FOURTH ROW: Pat Sweeney,
Jeff Slaussen, John Witlstock.
WELLS; 351-369: FRONT ROW: Warren Ottrein, Robert Branen, Perry
Bell, Stan Mutthauf, Paul Nowak, Rick Smith. SECOND ROW: Bob
Kaiser, Ken Martini, James Vogel, Tom Perry, Jim 011, Al Brandt, Jeff
Kranz, Al Keller, John Minard. THIRD ROW: Brian Miller, Bill
WELLS; 370-387: FRONT ROW: Tom Bowen, Chuck Breunig, P. .l.
Conerty, Clyde Zimmerman, Bill Wade. SECOND ROW: Brad Prasse,
Pele Leux, Roger Kylmanen, Tom Dixon, Dave Lynetl, Mike Miles, Lars
Panlener. Mike Rieck, Bob Junk, Frank Hozeska, Greg Lownik, Jim
Stone, Brian Bondehagen. FOURTH ROW: Tim Sweemer, Marc
Rausch, Terry Filker.
Ballweg, Rocky Bell, R. Dad Tambourine. THIRD ROW: Steve Censky,
Tim Shalhrack, Mark Chandler, John Kanetzke, Roger Christianson, C.
WELLS; 451-469: FRONT ROW: R. E. Whitley, Randy Rue, Jeff
Brenzel, Ken Ostrenga, Gary Huber, Bob Johnston, Craig Janusz, Chris
Crye. SECOND ROW: Tom Lukas, Jim Schneider. Tom Felker, Pat
WELLS; 470-487: FRONT ROW: Tim Warden, Rick Anderson, Rick
Ressner, Steve Hammong, Mike LaFratta, Greg Strong. SECOND ROW:
Bill Shrunk, John Trilling, Bill Hutson, Dean Dimitriou, Brian Norem,
Terry, John Stachnik. THIRD ROW: Dean Breunig, Dan Reid, Steve
Crevcoure, Bob Sieckman, Joe Lynch, Craig Wallin, Booth, Tom
Brelinski, Christian Penev.
Paul Dolan. THIRD ROW: Dale Poquette, Gary Schepp, Dave Krempel,
Jeff Jensen, Bob Schuster, Wayne Lemens, Dave Cook, Kris Reeves, Si-
WELLS; 551-569: FRONTROW: Joe Percival, John Dvesing, Jim Stein,
Dale Williams, Bob Schoofs, Bob Turner, Bill Brue, Bill Fairchild.
Dave Kowal, Jacky Yam. SECOND ROW: Andy Chu, Tom Fraser, Jerry
Epping, Greg Haines, Joe Loizzo, Sam Loizzo, Bob Marks, John Ruball,
WELLS; 570-587: FRONT ROW: Dan Koessl, Kevin Smith, Mike Omer-
nik, Rick Priegel, John Hall, Jay Cotton, Gary Peters. SECOND ROW:
Gary Kirch, Mike Schaen, Dave McGrath, Chuck Konopacky, Dave
Pfeil, Evan Brudahl, Mark Zuccarello, Tony Caruso. THIRD ROW: Joe
John Zach. Jim Baumgart, Kevin. THIRD ROW: Tom Sanew, Steve
Ritzman, Jim Hendrickson, Dale Slaves, Henry Peterson. Craig Seivert,
Shane Dolohonty, Scott Seering, Paul Finke, Dan Stack.
Thoma, Rick Omasch, David Williams, Ron Sarow, Fay Schultz, John
Miller, Steve Radowski, Terry Rice, Larry Woods, Jeff Herrmann, AI
WELLS; 651-669: FRONT ROW: Randy Forman, Craig Kreml, Jeff
Dobrecvich, Gary Peterson, Peter Wirlz, Bruce Kuzminski. Clark
WELLS; 670-687: FRONT ROW: Dan Lytle, Robert Ginler, Greg Mews.
SECOND ROW: Tom Alf, Marc Kuster, John Lorscheider, Brad
Rodgers. THIRD ROW: Scott Viesselmann, Grant Hrushka, David
Hunholz, Marc Hanson. SECOND ROW: Phil Amery, Karl Fuhrman,
Rufus L. Gray, David McCartney, Kenneth Jungwirth, Jeff Heizberger.
Recknagel, D. Carpenter, Bill Sonnenberg, Bob Schulz. FOURTH
ROW: Chester Chamberlain III, Peter G. Schuster.
WELLS; 751-769: FRONT ROW: Tom Lacenski, Doug Nelson, Joe
Sicfkes, Denms Krajac, Bill Viney, Glen Swanson. SECOND ROW: Tom
Natz, Dale Wegener, Dan Stein, Paul Heidemanns, Ric Vogl, Eric
Ahrecht, Steve Grossman, David Wegner, Dale Rusch, Tom Gieslcr.
WELLS; 770-787: FRONT ROW: Dave Curs, Jim Dawson, Dave Moonq
Paul Duhe, Brad Lawson, Chuck Jonas, Ken Reisel. SECOND ROW:
Jim Liebner, Greg Anderson, Kurt Bitters, Reggie Ingersoll, Bill
THIRD ROW: Jeff Engel, Bill Greatsinger, Dick Hanson. FOURTH
ROW: Mark M 7racken, Bruce Williams, David Rehfeldt, Gary Yerke,
Steve Brossard, Mike Brey, Pal Sling, David Grossheim.
Nackers, Raymond Kan, Duane Simon, Otis Nash, AI Priske, Percival Z.
Phurvowski, Dan Schmidt, Jack Buri, Greg Monahan.
WELLS; 851-869: FRONT ROW: Dennis Carpenter, John Pesche, Clint
Baranowski, Kevin Dunne, Tom Mathews. SECOND ROW: Tom Lutz,
Mark Geiger, Joe Prat, Roger Price, Dave Krueger, Jim Trantor. THIRD
ROW: Paul Tushinski, John Vernon, Mark Preuschl, Carl Treml,
WELLS; 870-887: FRONT ROW: Tom Knoll, Perry Bell, 8Trojan8, Jeff
Moriva, L. A. Landgraf. SECOND ROW: Barry Borden, Michael
Michael Stout. FOURTH ROW: Roger Queen, David Weaver, Jim
Paton, Henry Cole, Jim Appleberry, John McCormack, Knut Forsman,
Kevin Setzer, Rick Dehring.
Hunter. THIRD ROW: Billy Prellum, Don Depralh, Jim Nelson, Steve
Johnson, Kevin Anderson, Jeff Blyth.
WELLS; 951-969: FRONT ROW: John Altmer, Michael Brunner, Wally
Mulvany. Dave Lindberg, John Etter. Jim Amidei, Tony Schauer.
SECOND ROW: Dave Thomas, Steve Gundrum, Greg Brown, Harry
WELLS; 970-987: FRONT ROW: Don Behrendt, Paul Janczak. Ray
Jacobson, Tom Hoskin, John Coleman, Ronald Minor. SECOND ROW:
Penguinm Tom Sell, Stan Schraufnagel, Gary Ingersoll, San Rotter, Ron
Rico, Pat Finley.
Dave Mesich, John Lauber, Jeff Nitecki, Bob PfeiL Joe Pius, Pete
Malak, Rod Meloue, Dan Brunner, Dan Coonan.
WELLS; 1051-1069: FRONT ROW: Art Chmelik, Stanley Lan, Carl
Edstrand, Ron Mickelson, Richard Peterson, Bob Peashey, Tom
Gaglione. SECOND ROW: David Brusko, Bob Huss, Tom Kees, Jack
WELLS; 1070-1087: FRONT ROW: Reginald Wilkeison, Derek Samp-
son. SECOND ROW: Bob Patzwald, George Dorwas, John Stoneberg,
Ron Chilcote, Christian Djorup, Jr. THIRD ROW: Peter Reissell Swan,
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Zerbel, Dana Farina, John Galbraith, Bruce Bottolfson. THIRD ROW:
Don DeMartini, Marty Ford, Gary Lindauer, Gary Doperalski, Mike
Uzelac, Tom Mirsberger.
Jim Saint Louis, JL, Chuck De Grave, Gary Weston, Jay Johnson, Don
Wakeman, Pat Decker. FOURTH R0 W: Greg Rusleberg.
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ADAMS, MICHAEL Jr-Palmyra, W1. Society for the Adumvcmcnl 01'
AIELLO, CAROLINA F.4Kenosha, W1. Alpha Gamma Delta Sororiq
Corresponding Secretary 3,4; Phi Beta Lambda 4; Soviet; for the Ad-
vancement of Management 3; University Center Activities Board
Filmstrip Committee 4: Standards Representative 3; Swim Queen 3.
AKI'JOBI, AUGUSTINE A.-Owerri, Nigeria. International Club 3;
Campus Crusade for Christ 3.
ALIOTA, LAUREL A.-Hartford, W1. Symphonic Band 1,3.
ANDERSEN, DANNY Lr4Franksvi1Ie, W1. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity
Treasurer 3; Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society 3,4; Accounling Society 2,3,4;
Varsity Baseball Letterman 2,3,4.
ANDERSON, BONITA 11.40;;0n0m0w0t', WI.
ANDERSON, DENNIS 1.4Wauconda, IL. Lambda Chi Alpha 4, Alumni
Chairman 2, Pledge Committee 2,3, Treasurer 3.
ANDERSON, NANCY 11-Manil0woc, W1.
ANDERSON, NINA R.-Madison, W1. Debate Team 2; Wisconsin Educa-
tion Association-National Education Association 3.
ANDERSON, RICHARD J.4Brookfield, W1. Resident Assistant 3,4; 1n-
ANDREAS, TRYON L.-Crysla1 Lake, IL. Flying Dragonk Karate Club
3,4;Knighl1sCluh 3; International Club 3; Tactics Team 3,4, Commander
ANDREWS, MARGARET F.-Cuperlino, CA.
ANDROSH, DAVID G.4Brookfield, W1. Ski Club 2,3; Student Council
for Exceptional Children 3.
ANGELL, PATRICIA A.-Beloil, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; University
Center Activities Board 3,4; Dorm Council 3.
ARNDORFER, CAROL J.4Eagle, W1. Delta Zeta Sorority 2,4, Vice
President-Pledge Trainer 3; Silver Scr0114; Benson Hall Vice President
2; Associated Women Students l,2,3,4.
ARNOLD, VERNITA L.4Edgerton, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4.
ASMA, MICHAEL J.--Gurnee, 1L. Christian Student Association 1,2,3;
Cross Country 1.
BADTEN, JOHN C.-Milwaukee, WI. Phi Kappa Phi3,4;1ntramurals 2,-
BAERBOCK, MARLENE A.4De1avan, W1. Mathematics Council 3; Stu-
dent Wisconsin Education Association4Nalional Education 3.
BAETEN, STEPHEN D.4De Pere, WI. Circle K Club 2,3, Treasurer 4;
Accounting Society 3,4.
BAILEY, BRADFORD C.4Mequon, WI. Phi Chi Epsilon 1,2, Secretary 3,
House President 4; Interfraternity Council 3,4; Wrestling l,2,3,4.
BAKER, JAMES G.-Elkhorn, W1. American Marketing Association 3,4.
BAKKE, DENISE K.-Sun Prairie, WI. Alpha Sigma Sorority 2,3,4.
BAKKEN, RUTH A.-Mt. Horeb, W1. Ski Hawks 1,2,3; Fischer Hall
Dorm Treasurer 2; Resident Assistant 2.
BALBACH, SANDRA G.-Warren, 1L. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority 2,4,
Vice President 3.
BANES, DOTTI A.4Brook1ield, W1. Physics Club 1,2; Social Represen-
tative 2; Academic Representative 3.
BARANSKI, CHARLES C.-
BARBER, DAVID J.-Janesville, W1.
BARRY, BARBARA E.-Chicago, 1L.
BAST, KAY L.4Richfie1d, WI.
BASTHEMER, STEVEN A.-Ml. Horeb, W1. College of Education Ad-
visory Council 4; Baseball l,2,3,4.
BATZLER, SUSAN D.-Menomonee Falls, WI.
BAUER, MICHAEL T.-Madison, W1. Baseball 1.
BAUM, JEFFREY D.4Ixonia, W1. Flying Hawks President 4; 1n-
BAUMEISTER, LAURIE L.4Burlington, W1. American Women Society
1,2; Social Representative 1; Wing Representative 2; Wisconsin Education
Association 3; Girls Bowling 2; Girls Softball 3.
BEATTY, NONA L.4Watertown, WI. Student Council for Exceptional
Children President 3.
BEAUDOIN, JULIE M.-New Berlin, WI. Dorm Hall Council 3.
BECKER, STEVEN T.-
BEERMAN, JOHN J.4Niagara, W1. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 2,3,4;
American Marketing Association 3,4; Class Vice President 2; Class
BEERS, WILLIAM M.4Whitewater, W1. Vets Club 1,2,4, Social Chair-
man 3; Ski Hawks 1,2,3; Sailing Club 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2.
BEHL, BETH B.4Lake Mills, W1. Dorm Executive Board Treasurer 2,3;
Intercollegiate Gymnastic Team 2,3,4; Residence Hall Federation 2;
Warhawk Ambassador 2,3.
BENNETT, CAROL C.4Trevor, WI.
BENNETT, GREGORY J.40conomowoc, WI.
BENNETT, ROBIN L.-New Berlin, W1. Spanish Club 3; Slude
Wisconsin Education Association4National Education Associali
BENTZ, JANET M.4St. Francis, W1.
BERRYMAN, DONNA V.-Beloit, W1. Association for Childhood Edlu
BIDIJNGMAIER, SITE D.-Winslow, 1L. Sociology Club 3,4.
BILSKI, CHERYL A.4Cudahy, W1. Phi Beta Lambda 2,3.
B1N10K, JOAN 1..4Milwaukcc, W1. Royal Purple 1; Wing Represc
tative 2; Residence Hall Federation 2; Canoe Club 2; Assoviat
Psychology Students 3.
BIRDSALL, RICHARD W.4Racine, W'l. Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Clarin
Choir 1,2,3,4; Student Wisconsin Education Association4Nalion
Education Association 2,3,4; Unh'ersity Center Aclixilies Board Fine A
BISCHOFF, VICTORIA Lr-Verona, W1. Social Representative 1; Wi
Representative 2; Sociology Club 2; Women in Communication
Secretary 3, Vice President 4.
BLANKENHEIM, ELIZABETH J.-West Allis, WI.
BLIX, HOWARD G.4Brookfield, WI. Phi Mu Alpha Si
fonia4Historian, Vice President.
BLUMENSTOCK, BETTY J.4Whitewalcr, W1. Synchronized Swimmi
2; Intramurals 3.
BOERNER, KAREN L.-Niagara, W1.
BOLTZ, SHIRLEY M.4Fort Atkinson, WI. Concert Choir 1,2,3,-
Madrigalians 3; Associate Resident Assistant 2; Resident Assistant 3.
BOORSMA, DORIS E.-Randolph, WI.
BORCHART, BARRY J.-Huntley, IL. Society for the Advancement
Management 3,4; Football 1.
BORENITSCH, RICHARD L.4Pewaukee, W1. Canoe Club 2; Co-l
Volleyball 2,3; Accounting Society 3.
BOSCH, ALICE M.-Highland, WI.
BOUCHER, LINDA A.4Green Bay, WI. University Center Activili
Board Publicity 3; University Players 3.
BRAASCH, CATHI 1.-Mukwonago, WI. Sigma Delta Chi 3,4.
BRAUN, GARY L.-1013, WI.
BRENNAN, MARY B.-Milwaukee, WI. Alpha Sigma Sorority Preside
BRETTHAUER, GREGORY D.4Menasha, W1.
BREUCHEL, GARY A.4Wauwatosa, W1. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraterni
1,2, Vice President 3,4; Resident Assistant 2; Resident Assistant Council ,
Ski Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2; Homecoming Planning Committee 4.
BROSNAN, MARY A.-Chicago, 1L.
BROWN, JOAN E.4Burlinglon, W1.
BROWN, MARCELLA M.4Brodhead, W1.
BROWN, RANDALL E.-Delavan, WI. Flying Dragons 1,2.
BROWNLEE, CAROL A.-Barrington, 1L. Associated Women Studen
2; Dorm Council Vice President 2; Residence Hall Federation 2.
BRUSDA, KENNETH J.-Kewaunee, W1. Phi Kappa Phi Honor Socie
3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
BRYLINKE, CATHY A.-Chicago, 1L. Sigma Delta Chi 3; Stude
Assembly Representative 1,2,3; Dorm Hall Secretary 1, President 2,
Royal Purple 3; Residence Hall Federation 1,2,3.
BUCHANAN, NANCY L.4Lodi, WI.
BUCKETT, JAMES D.-Beloil, WI.
BUDYAK, JOHN J.--Greendale, WI. Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity 1,2,3
4; Interfraternity Council 2,3,4; Finance Club 4.
BUDZIEN, JANICE D.4Waukesha, WI. Alpha Sigma Sorority 2.
BUELOW, GARY D.4Jefferson, W1. Marching Band 2,3,4; Jazz Band
Synphonic Band 3,4; Sax Quartet 3,4.
BUNKER, MARK A.-Menasha, WI. Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity 4, Vi
President-Pledge Class 3; Society for the Advancement of Manageme
BURGETT, MARY L.4Kenosha, WI. Wing Representative 1;Dorm Ha
Secretary 2,3, Alternate Assemblyman 2,3; Resident Hall Federation .
Warhawk Ambassador 2,3; Alpha Beta Alpha 3, Parliamentarian I
BURMAN, WANDA A.4West Allis, WI. Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority
Philanthropic Chairman 4, Panhellenic Council 4; Campus Gold 2; Foo
Committee 1,2; Hall Council 2.
BURTON, NATHAN M.-New London, WI. Pi Sigma Epsilon; Society 1
the Advancement of Management; University Center Activities Boar
Dorm Hall Staff; Royal Purple Advertising Manager.
BURTON, SUSAN R.-Baraboo, WI. Delta Zeta Sorority 2, Activiti.
Chairman 3,4; Panhellenic Council 2.
BUSS, JUDITH M.-Milwaukee, WI.
CABLE, ROBERT J.-West Allis, WI. Intramurals 3,4.
ALEY, SANDRA G.4Ft. Atkinson, WI.
AMPION, BRUCE J.4New Berlin, WI.
ANRIGHT, JEAN Ar-Twin Lakes, WI. Data Processing Management
ssocialion 2,3,4; American Computing Machines 3,4; Phi Kappa Phi 3,4.
AREY, GREG W.4Mineral Point, WI.
'ARLSON, HERBERT J.-Waukesha, WI. Vet1s Club 2,3; Society for the
dvancement of Management 3.
ARRAN, CARL K.-Whitewater, WI.
HAN, DEREK K. C.4Sookun Po, Hong Kong. Soccer Club 3.
HAN, PAUL P.--Toronto, Ontario. International Club 1,2,3,4; Chinese
ssociation 1,2,3,4; University Center Activities Board Film Committee
3,4; Pi Sigma Epsilon 2,3,4.
HAN, PETER4Whitewater, WI.
1HASE, ROBERT K.4Sheboygan, W1. Lambda Chi Alpha 3, President 4;
eserve Officers Training Corp 1,2,3,4.
HEN, MARY W.4West Bend, WI.
HRISTENSEN, KATHLEEN M.-Bristol, WI.
IEBIEN, MARTIN B.-Park Ridge, IL. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3,4;
orm Hall Vice President 1; Residence Hall Federation Vice President 2;
IHA, MARLENE A.-Two Rivers, W1.
LAPPER, RUBY CHRISTINE-Lake Geneva, WI. Hawk-ettes 2,3,4.
LARK, LINDA-West Bend, WI. Council for Exceptional Children 3.
LARK, ROBERT J.-Beloit, WI. Residence Hall Federation 3; Dorm
all Council 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
LEMENT, DEBORAH J.-Mequon, WI. Society for the Advancement of
anagement 3,4; Economics Club 4; Law Society.
LOUGH, SANDRA A.-Janesville, WI.
LOWES, JAMES R.-Beloit, WI. Navigators 1,2,3; Resident Assistant 3;
reshman Football 1; Intramurals 1,2,3.
OHEN, MICHAEL C.4Denmark, WI. Pi Sigma Epsilon 2,3,4; Dorm
all Council 1,3; Accounting Society 3,4; Equipment Manager 1,2; Foot-
-Il, Basketball Student Trainer 3,4.
ONROY, KAREN K.4Ft. Atkinson, WI.
ONSTANCE, ROBERT 3C.-Northbrook, IL. Society for the Advance-
ent of Management 3.
UNVERSE, SUSAN K.4LeLand, 1L. Delta Zeta Sorority 1,2,3,4; Beta
eta Beta Fraternity 3, Secretary 4; Golf Team 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
OOPER, MICHAEL R.-Janesville, WI. Phi Alpha Theta 3,4.
ORRELL, MARCIA L.-Edgerton, WI. American Marketing Association
UUGHLIN, JOHN J.-Whitewater, W1. Vet15 Club 1,2,3,4; Gamma
heta Upsilon 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
RAIG, MICHAEL J.-Milwaukee, WI. Circle K 1,2; Canoe Club 2.
BASS, DONNA F.4Phelps, WI. Beta Bela Beta 3, Co-president 4;
ean's Advisory Council 4; Financial Aids Committee 4; Environmental
uality Committee 4.
RAWFORD, SHIRLEY L.4Poynette, WI. Gamma Theta Upsilon 3;
andards Representative 2; Associated Women Students 2; Cicilian
REEK, CANDACE A.4Janesville, WI.
RONIN, NANCY Jr-Racine, WI.
RONIN, PATRICK J.-Racine, WI. Accounting Society; Vet7s Club.
ZAJKOWSKI, JAN V.4Whitewater, W1. Phi Chi Epsilon Fraternity,
Iumni Secretary; Intramurals.
AHL, JAMES L.4Elm Grove, WI.
AHMEN, BRUCE A.-Middleton, WI. Baseball 2.
AHMEN, JEANNE M.4South Wayne, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 4; Society for
e Advancement of Management 3,4.
ALY, KATHLEEN E.--Racine, WI. Minneiska 3; Dorm Vice President
Associated Women Students 2; Intramurals 1,2,3.
ANIELS, JAMES H.4Burlington, WI. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3,4;
merican Marketing Association 4; Homecoming General Committee 1,-
3; Dorm Hall Council 1; Residence Hall Federation 2; Dorm Hall Presi-
nt 2; Winterfesl Chairman 4.
AWSON, ELLEN M.-Kaukauna, WI. MajoMMinor Physical Education
lub 2,3,4; Southern Wisconsin National Education Association 3,4;
cademic Standards Committee 3,4; Intramurals 1,3,4.
eBRUINE, JAMES M.-Sheboygan, W1. Chairman1s Advisory
oard-Geography Department 3.
ECKER, PAUL L.-Port Washington, WI. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 1,
ice President 2, President 3, Scholarship Chairman 3,4; Interfraternity
ouncil 3, President 4; Whitewater University City Housing Committee
4; Radio Staff 3,4; Wing Representative 2; Dorm Athletics Director 2;
ECKER, VICKI LYNN-Oconomowoc, WI.
EMAND, STEPHEN S.-Racine, WI. Pi Sigma Epsilon 3; Associate
esident Assistant 3.
ENEMARK, DAVID L.-Whitewater, WI. Theta Alpha Phi 3,4; Sigma
elta Chi 3, Vice President 4; Student Publications Board 3,4; University
layers l,2,3,4; Photo Staff 1, Royal Purple Photo Editor 2, Chief
ENEMARK, MEREDITH V.-Whitewater, WI. University Players 3,4;
hoto Staff 3,4.
DenHARTIGH, CARLA R.-Racine, WI. Accounting Soviety 3.
DETHMERS, BRUCE W.-Waupun, W1.
DiBENARDO, RONALD L.-Beloit, W1. Phi Beta Lambda Treasurer 3,4;
Accounting Society 2; Wisconsin Education Association4Nalional
Education Association 2.
DIERKEN, KATHLEEN A.4Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania. Council for Ex-
ceptional Children 3.
DIETRICH, JANET E.-Cassville, WI. Delta Zeta Sorority 2,4, Treasurer
3; Silver Scroll 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, President 4; Phi Beta
Lambda 2; Resident Assistant 2,3; Associated Women Students l,2,3,4.
DiSALVO, KATHLEEN M.-Madison, WI. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sororiu
3, Scholastic Chairman 4.
DITTER, DANIEL J.4Fond du Lac, WI. Freshman Football 1; Inter-
collegiate Football 2,3,4.
DOLEZAL, SUSAN E.-Mequon, WI. Canoe and Outdoor Club 1,2,3,4;
Minneiska 1,3,4, Section Editor 2; Gamma Delta 3,4.
DOMURET, DIANA-Chicago, IL.
DOOCE, GARY A.-Stratford, WI.
DOSTER, STEPHEN J.-H0mew00d,1L. Phi Chi Epsilon Fraternity 2,3,
Treasurer, President 4; Basketball 1; Golf l,2,3,4.
DRASCIC, DAVID A.-Sturtevant, W1. Accounting Society; Vetqs Club.
DRESEN, DAVID L.-Racine, WI. Golf 2,3,4.
DREW, ROSE M.-Janesville, W1. Associate Resident Assistant 2; Resi-
dent Assistant 3.
DRUMMOND, JUDITH A.4Hinsdale, IL. Delta Zeta Sorority Courtesy
Chairman 3, Recording Secretary 4; University Center Activities Board 4;
DUMSTREY, KATHLEEN B.-West Allis, WI. Delta Zeta Sorority 3,4;
Pan-Hellenic Council 4.
DUNN, DARLENE L.-Ripon, WI.
DUNN, MAUREEN M.-Sheboygan, WI. Economics Club 2,3,4.
DUTCHER, ROGER L.4Beloit, W1. Association of English Majors and
DUYSER, DEBRA J.4Milwaukee, WI. Sigma Alpha Eta 2,3,4.
EBERT, ROBERT 5.4Janesville, WI. Wrestling 1.
EBERT, WILLIAM R.-Janesville, W1. Wrestling 1.
EDWARDS, SUSAN K.-Waukesha, W1. Alpha Beta 2, Recording
EGAN, JANE C.-Monona, W1. Phi Alpha Theta 3,4.
ELIAS, BARBARA A.4Kenosha, WI. Delta Omicron 3,4; Student
Wisconsin Education Association 3,4.
ELLSWORTH, PATRICIA J.-Johnson Creek, WI. Associated Women
Students 2; Council for Exceptional Children 2,3; Student Wisconsin
Education Association-Student National Education Association 3; 1n-
ELSTROM, DIANE A.-Lake Bluff, IL.
EMBERTSON, DIANE R.4McFarland, W1. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Associa-
tion for Distributive Education Majors 2,3,4.
ENGELHARDT, NANCY L.-Loves Park, 11.. University Center Ac-
tivities Board 4.
ENSLEY, MICHAEL T.4Beloil, WI. Society for the Advancement of
ERICKSON, GREGG W.--New Glarus, W1.
ERICKSON, M. TIMOTHY4Waukegan, 1L. Canoe and Outdoor Club 1,-
ESCH, JEANNE E.40ak Creek, WI. Speech and Hearing Association 4;
ESSER, NANCY E.-Waukesha, W1. Student Council for Exceptional
ETZEL, DIANE M.-Menomonee Falls, WI. Silver Scroll 3,4; Student
Wisconsin Education Association4National Education Association 3,4;
Student Assembly 2; Associated Women Students 1,2,4, Corresponding
Secretary 3; Dorm Hall Vice President 2; Resident Assistant 3; Prophet
Food Committee 2,3; Food Contract Advisory Committee 3.
EVANCHO, DARLENE M.4Waukesha, W1. Residence Hall Federation
2; Alpha Omicron Pi Historian 3,4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Student
Council for Exceptional Children 2,3,4.
EVANS, DANIEL R.-Pekin, IL. Class Treasurer 3; Campus Crusade for
Christ 3,4; Warhawk World Sports Editor 3.
EVERSON, JEFFREY M.4Smughton, WI. Phi Kappa Phi Honorary
Society 4; Lettermen1s Club 3,4; Track 1,2, Most Valuable Player 3, Cap-
FADNESS, DONNA R.-Madison, WI. Cicilian Choral.
FAIRCLOTH, SHIRLEY A.-Beloit, WI.
FALK, BARBARA J.4Stoughton, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 4.
FALKNER, DEAN D.-Wauwatosa, W1. Ski Hawks 1,4; Sailing Club 2;
Equestrian Club 1; Ralley Club 1,2,3.
FASSL, JEANINE M.4Racine, WI. Theta Alpha Phi 4; Dorm Hall Social
Committee Chairman 1; University Players 2,3,4.
FAVELL, KENNETH D.-Mukwonago, WI. Phi Alpha Theta 3,4; Phi
Kappa Phi 3,4; Meislersingers 1,2,3,4; Royal Purple 3,4.
FEBOCK, MARY A.-Cambridge, WI.
FEHRMAN, JANE M.-Oconomowoc, WI.
FELSECKER, MARY C.4Milwaukee, W1. Resident Assistant 2,3.
FERGUSON, ELLEN-Richland Center, WI.
FERSCHINGER, KATHLEEN M.-Wauwatosa, W1. Concert Choir 1.
FETZER, JAMES P.4Milwaukee, WI. Alpha Kappa Delta 4; Student
Senator 3,4; Assemblyman 2; Student Sociology Club 1,4; Peace Studies
Club 1, Vice President 2,3; Student Mobilization Committee 1, President
2,3; Residence Hall Federation 3; Dorm Hall Representative 2,3.
FICK, CHRISTINE E.4Beloit, WI. Sigma Delta Pi 3, Vice President 4;
Silver Scroll 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Warhawk Ambassador 2,3,4; Spanish
Club 1,2,4, Treasurer 3; Assistant Resident Assistant 2; Resident Assistant
FIGI, MATTHEW L.4Monroe, WI. Math Club 3; Crambling Exvhange
3; Student Education Association 3,4.
FILUT, SUSAN A.4Greendale, WI. Associate Resident Assistant, Resi-
FINCO, ELIZABETH A.4Cudahy, W1. Circle K International 3,4; Food
Committee 2,3,4; Associated Women Students 2; Student Wisconsin
Education Association-National Education Association 3,4; Residence
Hall Federation 2; Standards Representative 1; Dorm Hall President 2;
Associate Resident Assistant 3; Synchronized Swimming 1.
FIROUZABADL AMIR-Whitewater, WI. Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity 3;
International Club 3; Swimming 3; 00113.
FISCHER, KATHY E.4Waukesha, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4.
FISHER, CHERYL L.-Madison, WI. Senator, Assemblywoman, Student
Body Corresponding Secretary 3; Allocations Committee 3; Student
Government Foundations Committee 3:, Warhawk Ambassador 3;
Womens Recreation Association l,2,3,4; Womens Intercollegiate Golf
Team 1,2; W-eue 1; Cheerleader 2,3; Intramurals l,2,3,4.
FLEMING, CAROLYN4JanesviIIe, WI.
FLETCHER, ROBERT C.-Beaver Dam, WI. Tau Kappa Epsilon Frater-
nity 2,3,4; Accounting Society 3,4; Wing Representative 1.
FLYNN, BARBARA J.-Whitewaler, W1.
FONTANA, CYNTHIA A.4Freeport, IL. Royal Purple Secretary 2, Assis-
tant Advertising Manager 3, Business Manager 4.
FORNER, LINDA L.-Milwaukee, WI. Sigma Alpha Ela 2,3; Deanss Ad-
visory Council 4; Forensics 2; Concert Choir 1.
FORTE, ROBERT D.4Greendale, WI. Dorm Hall Representative 1;
Dorm Hall Social Chairman 1; Basketball Official 2,3,4; Inlramurals 1,2,-
FORTNEY, KIM-Lake Geneva, WI. Law Society 3,4.
FOSTER, PATRICIA A.wBurlington, WI. University Players 2,3,4.
FRASER, WILLIAM J.-Whitewater, WI. Pi Sigma Epsilon 3; American
Marketing Association; Executive Board Corresponding Secretary.
FREDRICKSON, JAMES A.4Whitewaler, WI. Vefs Club 3,4; Photo
Staff 2,3; Meistersingers 3.
FRENCH,JEANN1E K.-Milwaukee, W1. Movements and Advancement
Forum for the Independence of the Arts Assemblyman, President 3; Slu-
dent Publications Board 4; Class Vice President 3; Dorm Hall Joint Coun-
oil 3; Dorm Hall Judicial Board 3.
FRIEDLI, JOHN E.4Wauwatosa, WI.
FRY, KATHLEEN L.-Helenville, WI. Kappa Delta Pi 3; Student
Wisconsin Education Association 3; Canoe and Outdoor Club 1,2,
FURSTENBERG, ALICE M.-Brookfield, WI. Associated Women
Students l,2,3,4; Student National Education Association-Wisconsin
Education Association 3,4; College of Education Student Advisory Coun-
GADZALINSKI, KAREN M.4Milwaukee, WI. Speech and Hearing
GAGLIONE, THOMAS A.4Milwaukee, WI.
CAJEWSKI, MARLYEE J.-Milwaukee, WI. Pi Omega Pi 4; Phi Beta
Lambda 4; Canoe Club 2; Inter-Varsity 3.
GALARNEAU, SHARON A.-Waukesha, WI. Academic Representative
GALLAGHEN, TIMOTHY-Whitewater, WI. Phi Chi Epsilon Fraternity
l,2,3,4; American Marketing Association 3,4; Freshman Football 1; Varsi-
ty Football 2; Intramurals l,2,3,4.
GALLAS, ANNE4Milwaukee, WI.
GALLE, STEVEN C.4Mineral Point, WI.
GALLENBECK, NANCY J.4Burnett, WI. Homecoming Committee 2;
Prophet Food Committee 2,3; Student Wisconsin Education
Association4National Education Association 2, Vice President 3,4;
Associated Women Students 1,3; Dorm Representative 2; Dorm President
2; Residence Hall Federation 2; Dorm Standards Committee 1.
GALLUP, JAMES R.-Delavan, WI.
CALVIN, MICHAEL J.-Milwaukee, WI. Track l,2,3,4; W-Club 2,3,4;
Cross Country 3,4.
GARREAU, ROBERT G.-Hurley, WI. Beta Beta Beta 3, Treasurer 4;
Dean1s Advisory Council 4.
CATZKE, DEBORAH S.-Tomah, WI. Data Processing Management
Association 2,3,4; Homecoming Committee Elections Chairman 3, Dance
Chairman and General Vice-Chairman 4; University Center Activities
Board Special Events Committee 4; Student Assembly 2; Associated
Women Students 1; Residence Hall Federation 2; Dorm Hall President 2;
CAUTHIER, MARY L.4Tigerlon, WI. Delta 0mi6ron 2,4, Music Dire
tor 3; Swing Choir 2,3,4; Concert Band 3; Treble C1ef2,3.
GEHRKE, STEVEN W.-Wausau, WI. Kauphz KnoppskiFs Tap 2; P
Mu AIpha-Sinfonia Corresponding Secretary 1,2, Treasurer 3,4; Conce
Band l,2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 1,2,3, Pep Band l,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,
3,4; Symphonic Band l,2,3,4; Clarinet Choir 2,3,4; Co-ed Volleyball
Wrestling 1; Bowling l,2,3,4; Intramurals 2.
GEHRT, KEN CvHaIes Corners, WI. Pi Sigma Epsilon 3,4; America
Marketing Association Treasurer 3,4; Residence Hall Government 1;
Club l,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Track l,2,3,4.
GEIDEL, PATRICIA A.-West Bend, WI. Alpha Omicron Pi 2, Vii
President 3; Alpha Beta Alpha Treasurer 2, Vice President 3,4; Phi Kap
Phi 3.4; Silver Scroll 3,4; Minneiska 1,2, Index Editor 3,4; Intramura
CERNETZKE, MICHAEL E.4Reeseville, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Da
Processing Management Association 3,4; University Band 1.
GERRETSEN, THOM4FOX Lake, IL. Associated University Broadcaslc
Secretary l,2,3,4; Concert Choir 1,2,3; Mcistcrsingers 1; Radio Staff 1,2,.
GEVAERT, JOHN C.4Menomonee Falls, WI. Sigma Pi Fraternity 1,2;1
Sigma Epsilon 3, Treasurer 4; Royal Purple 3; Finance Club 4.
GEVELINGER, JOSEPH W.4Mineral Point, W1.
GNATZIG, CATHERINE R.-Whitewater, WI. Sigma Pi Little Sislc
2,4, Secretary and Treasurer 3; Dorm Hall Council 2; Phi Kappa Phi
Student Wisconsin Education Association 3,4.
GOBEL, STEVEN M.4Burlington, W1. Accounting Society 2,3,
Residence Assistant 2,3; Associate Residence Assistant 1; Baseball 1,2,.
GOETZKE, WILLIAM D.-Oconom0woc, W1.
GOHR, BETH A.4Brown Deer, WI.
GOLDBERG, PAMELA J.-M0rton Grove, IL. Alpha Sigma Sorority 2,3
GOODSPEED, MARY PATF-Franksville, WI. Delta Zeta Sorority 2,3,
Panhellenic Council 3,4.
GRAY, SUE ANN4Milton, WI.
GREBEL, SUSAN A.-Horicon, WI.
GRIMM, CHARLES B.4Racine, WI. Vel1s Club 4.
GRONINGER, KAREN A.4Greenfield, WI. Kappa Delta Pi 3.
GROVE, VIRGINIA J.4Whitewater, WI.
GUAGLIARDO, KATHLEEN M.4Wauwatosa, WI. Delta Zeta Sorori
l,2,3,4; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Initiate in Silver Scroll 3,4; Dean1s List 1,2,3
4; AWS l,2,3,4; AWS Bridal Show 3; Bonne Bell College Board 2,3,4.
GUELTZOW, GARY A.-Brookfield, WI. Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4; Stude
Assembly 3; Student Government 2.
GUMM, JAMES C.-Jackson, WI. Intramurals l,2,3,4.
GUNDRUM, LAWRENCE J.4Slinger, WI. Accounting Society 3,4; Dor
Athletic Co-ordinator 3; Basketball 1.
GUNTHER, JANIS M.4Cedarburg, WI. Associated Women Students
Wisconsin Educational Association4National Educational Association.
GUST, PETER L.-Milwaukee, WI. Treasurer, Wellys Hall 3; Football 1
GYGAX, PHYLLIS J.-Waukesha, WI. Phi Beta Lambda 2,.'
HAAS, THERESA A.-Platteville, WI. Sigma Alpha Eta 1,2; Phi Kapp
Phi 4; Cecelian Chorale 1; Associate Resident Assistant 2; Resident Assi
HAMMILLER, RUTH E.-Burlington, WI. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Phi Ka
pa Phi 3,4; Wing Representative 1; Association Childhood Education
Associated Women Students 3.
HAMRE, BEVERLY J.4DeForest, WI. Council for Exceptional Childre
HANKES, THOMAS F.-Beaver Dam, WI. Accounting Club 1; Veteran
HANKO, SALLY S.4Lodi, WI. Sigma Delta Pi 3; Alpha Kappa Delta 3
HANSMANN, HENRY D.-Sheboygan, WI.
HANSMANN, KEITH M.4Glenbeulah, WI. Student Sociology Assooi
tion, 3, Treasurer 4. ;
HANSON, ANN Mr-Albany, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 4; National Educalio
Association4Wisconsin Education Association 3,4.
HANSON, SALLY D.-St. Francis, WI. Dorm Council, Dorm President 2
Dorm Council Social Representative 1; Food Committee 2; Cheerleadin
2; Major-Minor Club 2,3; Silver Scroll 3; Southeastern Board of Wome
Officials 3; Intramurals.
HARDY, GERALD M.-Genoa City, WI.
HARRY, ANNE L.-Eau Claire, WI. Student Action Coun
cil-W.A.H.P.E.R., 2, Secretary 3; Major-Minor Club 1,2, Secretary 3
Orchesis Dance Club 3; Women1s Intramural Association 1,2, President 3
Women3s Intercollegiate Gymnastic Team, Treasurer 1,2,3.
HART, EDITH E.-New Berlin, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3, Dorm Counci
Member 2; Academic Council Chairman 2; Concert Choir 2,3,4; Swin
HARTZELL, LINDA S.-Milton Junction, W1. Delta Zeta Sorority 3,4
Alpha Beta Alpha 3. '
HARWOOD, CHERI L.4Madison, WI. Wisconsin Student Teache
Education Association 3,4; German Club 2,3,4.
AUG, DEAN E.-DeForest, W1. Kappa Delta Pi 4; Duty Counselor
orm 1 Wing Representative 2,3; Data Processing Management Associa-
on 1,2,3,4; Association for Computing Machines 3,4; Lutheran Student
1ovement, financial manager 3,4.
AUGAN, DEANN K.4Brodhead, WI. Phi Beta Lambda 3,4; Pi Omega
AUPT, CAROL A.4Arlington, W1. SECE 3; Student Education Associa-
on 3; Concert Choir 1,2,3.
AYDON, BARBARA J.-Wauwatosa, W1. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Sigma
elta Pi 3,4; Social Representative for Dorm 1; Student Wisconsin Educa-
on Association4National Education Association 3,4; Spanish Club 3;
W-Marching Band 1,2,3.
AYNES, PAUL G.4000nomowac, WI. Phi Alpha Theta 2,3, President
Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Tun Hall Council 1; Residence Hall Federation,
resident 3; United Residence Hall Association 3; University Housing
oard 3,4; University Advisory Housing Committee 4; Food Contract Ad-
sory Committee 3; University Food Committee 3; University Student Af-
irs Committee 3; University Parking Committee 3; University Recycling
ommittee 3; University Homecoming Board 3; Associated History
ludents 2,4, President 3; History Department Student Representative
3; History Department Teacher Evaluation Committee 2; Wisconsin 1m-
rovement and the Teacher Internship 4; Wisconsin College Republicans
EBDEN, JOHN D.-Hinsdale, IL. Dorm Social Committee 3; Society
yr the Advancement of Management 3,4; Knighi Karate Club, Vice Presi-
bnt 1, President 2; Intramural football 3,4.
EIBEL, MIKE R.4Dodgeville, W1. Accounting Society 4; Intramurals
EIDEN, RICHARD B.4Fort Atkinson, WI. Society for the Advance-
ent of Management 3,4; Intramurals 3,4.
EIM, GLENN W.4Whitewater, WI.
ELBING, RICK 0.4Whitewater, WI. Lee Hall President 2; Chairman
udent Activities, Resident Hall Federation 2; President of Democratic
outh Caucus 3,4; Political Science Club; Intramurals 2,3,4.
ELDT, GAIL L.4Madison, W1.
ELLENTHAL, ANN M.-Muskego, WI.
ELLER, MARY L.4West Bend, WI. Student Council for Exceptional
hildren 1,3,4, Secretary 2.
ELOM, JUDITH K.-Beloit, W1. Student Assembly Representative 3;
ludent Advisory Council to the College of Education 3; Selection Com-
ittee for Excellence in Teaching Awards 3; Departmental Honors Selec-
on Committee 3; Representative Women,s Intercollegiate Athletic Coun-
1 1,2,3; Major-Minor Club Officer 1,2,3; Intercollegiate Volleyball 2,3;
asketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3.
EMBREE, PAULA E.-Poynette, W1. Pi Kappa Delta 2,4, Secretary 3;
Ssociated Women Students 1; Forensics Squad 2,3,4; English Club 1,2,3,-
Intramural Baseball 1,2.
EMMENS, JAMES Rr-Janesville, W1. Psychology Department Student
ENDRICKS, CAROLYN D.--Milwaukee, W1. Sigma Alpha Eta 2,3.
ENNEY, WILLIAM J.-Burlington, W1. Delta Sigma Pi 2,3, Vice Presi-
ent 4; Tutt Hall Council Representative 1.
ENSEN, BARBARA L.4Waukesha, W1. Major-Minor Club 2,3,4;
omen,s Intramural Association 2,3,4.
ENTHORN, CHERYL L.4Beloit, WI.
ERALD, HOLLY A.4Milwaukee, W'I. Residence Hall Federation 3,
ssociated Women Students 3,4.
ERMAN, DEBORAH S.-Sheboygan, W1. Accounting Society 3,4; Inter-
Ilegiate Gymnastics Team 3,4.
ILSBERG, THOMAS L.4Cedarburg, WI. Delta Sigma Pi 3,4; Residence
all Representative 1; Treasurer 2.
INCHLIFFE, MARY C.-Racine, WI.
INTZ, PETER A.-Burlington, WI. SAM 4.
O, KWOK-CHU B.-Hong Kong. Student Association of Sociology,
thropology, Social Welfare 3,4; Chinese Students Association 2,3,4;
Hternational Club 2,3,4; Canoe and Outdoor Club 3,4.
OFFERT, MICHAEL D.4LaSalle, IL. Baseball 1,2,3.
OGAN, MAUREEN D.4Milwaukee, WI.
OGLUND, CAROLYN S.-Tomahawk, W1. Phi Beta Lambda 3,4;
ational Business Education Association 3,4.
OLLATZ, CASEY W.-Glenview, IL.
OLMSTROM, MARY-Kenosha, WI.
OOPER, EUGENE R.-Lake Mills, WI. Sigma Pi 2,3, Treasurer 4;
CAB 4; Accounting Society 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4.
OPPE, SHARON A.4North Prairie, WI. Phi Beta Lambda 3,4; Hall
ouncil Member 1; Assistant 2; Student Activities Board 1; Cecilian
horale 1, President 2; Treble Clef 4, Historian 3; Intramurals 1,2.
ROVAT, CHRISTEL L.-West Allis, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 2,3,4; Dorm
00d Committee 2,3.
UDLIK, SUSANNE M.-Delavan, WI. Treble Clef, C.E.C.
UGHES, BARBARA A.-Milwaukee, WI. Wisconsin Educational
ssociation-National Educational Association.
UNSAKER, DONALD B.-Dolton, IL.
DRA, GAIL J.-Watertown, WI. Delta Zeta Sorority 3, House Presi-
dent 4; Associated University Broadcasters 3,4; Student Safety Association
4, Secretary 3; Associated Wromen Students 1,2,3,4; 1ntramurals 1,2,3,4.
INGELLI, FRANK W.-Milwaukee, W1. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 2,
Ritualist 3,4; American Marketing Association 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
ISAKSER, CAROL J.-Middleton, W1. Dorm Vice President 1; Resident
Assistant 2,3,4; Associated Women Students 2, President 3; Allocation
ISON, GRACE F.4Hales Corners, WI.
JACOBSON, CHERYL L.-Burlington, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 4.
JANOWIAK, JANE E.-Waukesha, W1.
JARREAU, CHERYL M.-Milwaukee, W1. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 2,-
3,4; Afro-American Society 1,2,3,4; Alpha Phi Alpha "Miss Black and
Gold" 1; Ebony Warhawks Drill Team 3.
JENSEN, JACQUELINE S.4Racine, W1. Canoe Club 4.
JENSEN, NANCY L.-Whitewater, W1. Student Wisconsin Educational
Association 3,4; English Club 3,4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 2,3,-
JESBERGER, BARBARA B.4Greenfield, WI. Delta Zeta Corresponding
JESBERGER, DAN J.4Sun Prairie, WI. Phi Chi Epsilon Fraternity 2,3,-
4; Tennis Team 3,4.
JEZIORSKI, WARREN R.-South Milwaukee, WI. Dorm Social Chair-
man 1; Student Assembly 1; Legislative Affairs Committee 2,3; Studentgs
International Meditation Society 2, President 3,4.
JOANIS, MARY A.4Kenosha, W1. Manager, Men's Swim Team 2,3.
JOHNIKIN, CHARLES H.-Milwaukee, W1. Afro-American Society, Vice
JOHNS, LARRY D.-Horivon, WI. Pi Sigma Epsilon 2; Phi Kappa Phi 4;
Accounting Society 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
JOHNSON, ANN L.-Ashland, W1. Student Council for Exceptional
Children 2,3; Orchestra 1.
JOHNSON, LAURA A.4Fort Atkinson, WI. Assistant Residence Assis-
tant 3; Knight Club, Secretary 2; Young Republicans 2.
JOHNSON, LAURINE R.4Cambridge, WI.
JOHNSON, MARK M.-.Ianesville, WI.
JOHNSON, SUSAN M.-Racine, W1.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM D.-Whitewater, W1. Lee Hall Secretary 2; Young
Democrats, Treasurer 3; Intramurals 2,3,4.
JONES, BARBARA L.4Palmyra, W1. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority 2,4,
JONES, KAREN A.-Madison, W1. Delta Zeta Sorority 3, Vice President
4; Standards Committee 1; Dorm Social Chairman 2.
JORGENSON, JESSIE R.-Genoa City, WI.
JUNK, JOANNE M.-W'isconsin Rapids, W1. Phi Kappa Phi 4; Accoun-
ting Society 2,3,4; UW-Swing Choir 1,2; Liturgy Committee at Shalom 2.
JUSTUS, LINDA M.-F0rt Atkinson, W11. Pi Omega Pi 3, Secretary 4.
KANE, CATHERINE M.-Pewaukee, W1. Pi Kappa Delta 2,3,4; Forensics
1; Wells Hall Joint Council 3.
KASTELIC, DIANE M.-Kenosha, WI. Dorm Art Representative 2; Slu-
dem Council for Exceptional Children 3,4; Intramural Baseball 3,4.
KASTENHOLZ, PAULA J.-Milwaukee, W1. Phi Bela Lambda 2; Law
KASTER, JANET M.4Elkhorn, W1. Pi Omega Pi, Representative 3,4;
Standards Committee 1; Associated Women Students 1,2.
KAY, NANCY S.-Palatine, 1L. Delta Zeta Sorority, President 4;
Residence Hall Federation, Secretary 2; Delta Zeta Historian 3.
KEEN, KEVIN R.-Brodhead, WI. Concert Choir 3; Freshman Basket-
ball 1, Varsity Basketball 2.
KEENEY, MELODY A.-Beloit, WI. Phi Alpha Theta 2,3,4; Kappa Delta
Pi 3,4; Associated History Students 2,3,4; Major-Minor Club 2,3,4; Gym-
nastics Team 3,4.
KENNEDY, LYNNE F.4Watertown, W1.
KENT, DALE J.-Br0wn Deer, W1. Pi Sigma Epsilon 3,4; Phi Kappa Phi
3,4; Accounting Society 3,4.
KENYON, SHARI M.4Madison, WI. Kauphzknoppskifs Tap, Secretarv
2; Young Republicans l; Women1s Tennis Team 2. '
KERN, MARK F.-Wheeler, W1. Sigma Pi Sigma 4; Society of Physics
Students 1,2,4, President 3.
KERN, SUSAN L.-Oconomowoc, WI.
KIEFER, ROBERT L.-Marinette, WI. Society for the Advancement of
KILTON, MANNING W.-Sheboygan, W1. Society for the Advancement
of Management 3,4; Law Society 4; Law Review 4; Intramural Basketball,
Football, Softball 1,2,3,4.
KIMPEL, BETTY L.4Whitewater, WI. Data Processing Management
Association 3; Association for Computing Machines 3.
KINDRED, DARRELL A.-Edinburg, IL. American Marketing Associa-
tion 3, President 4.
KINDSCHI, ROGER A.4Beloit, WI. Accounting Society 2,3,4.
KIRLEY, DEBORAH A.4Madison, W1. Dorm Social Committee Chair-
man 1; Dorm Secretary 2.
KIRSCHT, CYNTHIA A.-Beaver Dam, WI. Alpha Sigma Sorority 2,3.
KLECKNER, JANET L.-Whitewater, W1. Phi Alpha Theta 3,4; Phi Kap-
pa Phi 3,4; Associated History Students 3,4; German Club 1,2,4, Secretary
KLEIBER, MARGARET R.4Wesl Allis, WI.
KLEINHEINZ, VICTOR A.-Libertyville, IL.
KLING, STEVEN M.-Brookfield, WI. Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4.
KLOCKSIN, MICHAEL J.4Germantown, WI.
KNEPPRATH, LURALIE B.4Saukville, WI. Intercollegiate Volleyball
KNUTESON, RONDI J.V-Poynetle, W1. Treble Clef.
KOEHLER, GERALD A.-East Troy, WI. Canoe and Outdoor Club 2;
UCAB Movie Commitlge 3.
KOEHN, RONALD E.4Genoa City, WI.
KOEHN, WILLIAM A.4West Allis, WI. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 2,4,
Pledgemaster, Vice President 3; Concert Choir 1,2,3,4; Meistcrsingcrs 1,2;
Swing Choir 2,3,4; Student Council of Exceptional Children 2,3,4.
KOEPSELL, DAVID P.4Shehoygan, WI. American Marketing Associa-
KOLLAKOWSKY, MARK R.w8011lh Milwaukee, WI. D. P. M. A. 4.
KOLLMANSBERGER, BEN W.-W'hitewaler, WI. Hockey Club 4;
KULTON, GREGORY P.-Milwaukee, W1. Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4; In-
trafraternity Council 2,3; Assistant Resident Assistant 2; Dorm Counselor
3; Homecoming Committee 2.
KONRATH, LINDA J.4SIinger, WI. Womens Iniramural Association 1,-
2,4, Representative 3; Major-Minor Club 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey Team 1,2,-
3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball l,2,3,4.
KORB, KEVIN D.4Whitewater, WI. Swing Choir, President; In-
lramurals; Phi Kappa Phi; American Marketing Association.
KOSANOVICH, JAN-Milwaukee, WI. Association for Childhood Educa-
tion 3,4; National Education Association 4; Intramurals 2,3,4.
KOVACIC, MARK C.4Whitcwater, W1.
KOVALASKE, MARY 3.4Milwaukee, WI. Tri Beta 3, President 4.
Concert Band 1.
KOVANDA, MICHAEL C.-N0rth Riverside,1L. Intramurals Football 1,-
2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Delta Chi Fraternity.
KOWALSKI, LAURA M.-Belgium, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; Dorm
Standards Representative 2; Treble Clef 1,2,3; Hawk-elte 3,4.
KRAGH, MICHAEL J.-Racine, W1. Swing Choir 3; UCAB Committee.
KRAUSS, DEBORAH K.4Mi1waukce, W1. Alpha Sigma Sorority 2,3.
KRIFKA, JOHN L.-Kenosha, W1. Football 1,2.
KROENING, KAREN M.-Milwaukee, WI. Secretary Socier for Ad-
vancement of Management 3,4; Cecelian Chorale 1,2.
KROENING, KENNETH J.4Sheboygan, WI. Accounting Society 3,4.
KREEGER, BETH M.-Horican, WI.
KRUEGER, JAMES A.-Walertown, WI.
KRUEGER, KAREN A.-Horiv0n, W1. Assistant Resident Assistant 3;
Resident Assistant 3.
KRLVEGER, THOMAS A.4Walertown, WI.
KRUSIENSKI, JOY M.4Studenl Council for Exceptional Children 3.
KUEHL, ALBERT R.-Columbus, W1. Inlramurals l,2,3,4.
KULASZEWICZ, MARYLOUISE M.4Milwaukee, WI. Alpha Sigma
Alpha 2,3,4; Panhellenic Council, Vice President 3; Student Counvil for
Exceptional Children 3,4; Orchestra 1.
KUNDERT, LAWRENCE T.-Madison, WI.
KUNDINGER, RONALD F.-Marshfield, WI. Sigma Pi Fraternity
Secretary 3, President 4.
KUSACK, MARY V.4Park Ridge, IL. Alpha Sigma Sorority 3,4.
KUTSCHENREUTER, KAREN M.-Waukesha, WI.
LABOL'VE, CAROL A.4Shcb0ygan, W1.
LAM, CHOW S.-Hong Kong.
LAM, PATRICK C.-Whilewater, WI.
LAMBERT, SANDRA A.-Delavan, W1. Wells Representative to Hall
Council 2; Student Council for Exceptional Children 1,3, Chairman 2,
State President 4.
LAMPING, MICHAEL R.4Men0monee Falls, WI. Delta Chi Fraternity
LANPHEAR, DAVID L.4Madison, W1. Assistant Resident Assistant 2;
Resident Assistant 3,4; Marketing Club 3,4; Campus Crusade 3,4; Baseball
Team 1; Intramurals 1,2,3.
LARDINOIS, PHYLLIS A.-Milwaukee, WI. Association for Childhood
LA ROSE, DEBRA A.-Kenosha, W1. Treble Clef 1.
LARSON, KAREN L.-Milwaukee, W1. Alpha Gamma Delta Editor 2,
Vice President 3, Treasurer 4.
LARSON, MARLENE L.4Kenosha, WI. Student Assembly 1,2; Deanas
Committee for Education 4; Choir 1,2; Canoe and Outdoor Club
Treasurer 1, Historian 2, Secretary 3; Rally Club 1, Chairman 2.
LARSON, SHERYL A.4Menomonee Falls, WI. Wellers Hall Secretary 2;
Canoe Club 3; Womens Intramurals 1,2,3.
LAU, LARRY R.-Brillion, WI. Accounting Society 3,4; Lutheran
LAUGHRIDGE, WILLIAM R.-Albany, W1. Circle K. 3,4.
LAUTENSCHLAGER, STEVE-Sheboygan, W1. Pi Sigma Epsilon 3;
American Marketing Association 4.
LEDVINA, LINDA M.-Greenfield, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; Slude
Wisconsin Educational Association.
LEE, NATALIA M.--Whitewaler, WI.
LEFFELMAN, JAMES L.4Burlington, WI. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3,
Resident Assistant 2,3;SkiClub1,2;DPMA Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,
LEGLER, RANDALL W.-Sun Prairie, WI.
LEHMAN, MARY C.4Madison, WI.
LEHMAN, WILLIAM A.4Mayville, W1. Accounting Club 2,3; Vetera
Club 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3.
LEHR, DONALD A.-Jefferson, WI.
LEIFER, RON L.-Wauwatosa, W1. American Marketing Association
Circle K Club 2, Secretary 3,4.
LEINBERGER, SUSAN C.-Milwaukee, W1. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; St
dent Wisconsin Educational Association-National Educational Associ
LEMKE, MARY N.4Forl Atkinson, WI. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Alpha Be
Alpha 3,4; Wisconsin Educational Association4National Education
Association 3,4; Early Childhood Education Association 4; Clarinet Cho
1,2,3; Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3; International Club.
LESER, CAMILO H.-Milwaukee, WI.
LESPERANCE, SUZANNE Jr-West Allis, WI. Hall Wing Represenlali
1; Womens Recreation Association 1,2; Major-Minor Club 1,2,3,
Orchesis 4; Cheerleading 2,3; Warhawk Ambassador 3,4; Basketball .
LEWKO, KATHLEEN M.4Milwaukee, WI. Resident Assistant 2,3,4; St
dent Council for Exceptional Children l,2,3,4.
LICHTERMAN, INA R.-Racine, W1. Student Assembly 1,2; Associate
Women Students; Council of Exceptional Children 1,2; Circle K. 1,2,
Hillel 1,2, President 3.
LIEBENOW, LINDA S.-Lake Mills, WI. Wells Joint Council 2; Der
Art Representative 1; Associated Women Students 1,2,3,4; Wisconsi
Educational Association-National Educational Association 3,4; Inne
Varsity Christian Fellowship 1,2.
LIERMANN, RENEE C.-Whitewater, WI. Curriculum Committee 2,
Silver Scroll 4; Womens Intramural Association l,2,3,4; Major-Mino
Club 1,3,4, Vice President 2; Intercollegiate Athletics l,2,3,4.
LINCOLN, ELISE A.-Union Grove, WI. Student Wisconsin Education
LINDEMER, PHIL A.-Wauwatosa, WI. Accounting Society 3,4; Circle
International 3,4; Intramurals.
LINDERT, JOY F.-Watertown, WI.
LISAK, LINDA S.-Plainfield, WI. DPMA 2,3,4; DPMA Internship Co .
miltee 3; Intercollegiate Volleyball l,2,3,4.
LIU, STAN S.-Kenosha, WI. International Club, Vice President.
LOCHNER, BARBARA A.4Sauk City, WI.
LOCKWOOD, HELEN L4Whitewater, W1. Dorm Art Chairman 2.
LOCKWOOD, RODNEY D.4Whitewater, WI.
LOWENBACH, AMY-Oconomowoc, W1. Major-Minor Club; U '
Copenhagen Program, Minneiska.
LONG, RICHARD G.-Fort Atkinson, WI. Society for Advancement D
LOOMER, JAMES R.-Rockford, 1L. Lambda Chi Alpha, Chairman 4
LOTHARY, JAMES L.-Whitewater, W1. Student Assembly 4; Dean3
Advisory Council 3,4; Law Society 1,4, Treasurer 2, President 3; Busines
Law Review Editor 3,4.
LOVE, ANN M.4Shar0n, W1. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4.
LOVE, DONALD P.4Edgerton, W1. University Players; Theta Alph
LOWY, CHARLES E.-Park Ridge, IL.
LUCAS, JEFF J.4Milwaukee, WI. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 2,3; I
lramural Football, Basketball 1,2.
LUECK, ROBERT J.-Watertown, WI.
LUETY, DAVE W. JR-Beloit, WI. Rod and Gun Club 4, Vice Presiden
2, President 3.
LUND, NANCY A.4Edgerton, WI. Associated Women Students 1,2,
President 4; IAWS National Vice President 4.
LUNDQUIST, COLE D.-Lincolnwood, IL. Beta Beta Beta 3,4; Phi Ka-
pa Phi 3,4.
LUTZKE, STEVE D.4Sheboygan, WI. Delta Sigma Pi 3.
LYNCH, DANIEL J.4Janesville, WI. Society for the Advancement 0
Management 4; Varsity Tennis l,2,3,4.
MAAHS, DEBORAH A.4Sussex, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Dor
Treasurer 2; Treble Clef 1,3.
MAAHS, KATHLEEN M.4Watertown, WI. Dorm Art Representative 1
Dorm Council 1; Assistant Resident Assistant 2; Silver Scr0113; UCAB Ar
Committee 2; Royal Purple Staff 2,3.
MAC GOWAN, MITZI L.-Beloit, WI. Alpha Sigma Sorority 2,3,4
Panhellenic Council Vice President 2; President, Representative 3,4; P
Alpha Theta 3,4; Dorm Wing Representative 1; Associated Wome
Students 3; Society of Guidon 3,4.
MACGREGOR, SALLY J.4Beloit, W1. Alpha Sigma Sorority 1,2; Stu
dent Senate 1; Freshman Class Secretary 1.
MADSON, SUSAN G.-Fort Atkinson, WI. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority
Hawkette; Cheerleader; Warhawk Ambassador.
AGLIO, JOHN J.-Madison, WI. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 4, Correspon-
ing Secretary 2,3; Swing Choir 2; Social Welfare Club 4; Intramurals 2,4.
AK, DORIS M.-Madison, WI. Phi Beta Lambda 3,4; Resident Assistant
ALKMUS, CAROL M.-Kenosha, WI.
ALNORY, KAREN M.-Pine River, W1. Phi Beta Lambda 3,4; Society
.or the Advancement of Management 4.
ANHARDT, ROBIN D.-Wauwatosa, WI. Dorm Social Chairman 2.
ANLICK, CYNTHIA M.-Kenosha, WI.
ARKOVINA, MARY ANN4Milwaukee, WI. Associate Resident Assis-
ant 1; Resident Assistant 2,3,4; RAC 2,3, President 4; Student Health
ARKS, CATHERINE L.4Wilmeue, IL. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority
,3, President 4; May Week Committee 3; Homecoming Representative 3;
1' omen1s Intramurals 3,4.
ARKUS, DANIEL P.-Lake Geneva, WI. Fencing Club 2, President 3,4;
M Radio Station 3,4; Cheerleading 3.
ARGUARDT, KENT S.-Tomah, WI. Accounting Society 3,4.
ARSH, JAMES T.-Janesville, WI. American Marketing Association
,4; Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4;
ntercollegiate Tennis 1,2.
ARTIN, PAMELA A.4Muskego, W1. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Dorm Social
hairman 2; Resident Assistant 3; Silver Scroll 4; Band 1; Lutheran
.ollegians 1,2,4, Treasurer 3.
ARTINOVICH, JEAN M.-Wauwatosa, W1. Student Council for Excep-
ional Children 2,3; Associated Women Students 1,2.
ARTY, CARLA J.-Madison, W1. Phi Kappa Phi 3; Associated Women
tudents 2; Baseball 2.
ARVER, JOSEPH E.4Sheboygan, W1. Society for the Advancement of
anagement 4; Veteran1s Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
ATHWEG, KATHLEEN C.4Randolph, WI. Dorm Social Represen-
ative 2; National Business Education Association 3.
ATICHICH, CAROL A.-Sheboygan, WI.
ATTER, MICHAEL E.4Spencer, WI. Accounting Society 3,4; In-
AYR, DONNA M.4DeForest, WI. Sigma PI Sigma 4; Society of Physics
tudents Vice President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3,4; Cecilian Chorale 1,
ice President 2.
AZUREK, DEBORAH 0.4Milwaukee, WI. Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3;
resident 4; Girls Intramurals 2,3,4.
C CALLUM, DOUGLAS K.-Mauston, WI. Delta Chi Fraternity 1,2,3,4;
hi Kappa Phi 3,4; Resident Assistant 2,3,4; Class President 2; Class
enator 3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4.
C CARTHY, CATHY M.4Burlington, WI. Sigma Alpha Eta 2; Wells
Iall Joint Council 2; Ski Club 1.
C CAIGUE, CECILIA A.4Mi1waukee, W1. Major-Minor Club President
; Campus Gold 2,3; Track Team 2; Gymnastic Team 1,2,3,4.
C CLELLAN, BARBARA J.4Delafield, WI.
C CULLOUGH, PATRICK4Fond du Lac, WI. Accounting Society 4.
C GIBANY, GAIL E.4Kenosha, W1. Dorm Art Chairman 1.
C KEE, KATHLEEN A.4Watertown, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; Dorm
" ing Representative 2,3; S. E. A. W. 4.
C MANUS, KATHLEEN L.-Brodhead, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4;
ssistant Resident Assistant 2; Resident Assistant 3,4; Food Service Com-
ittee 3,4; Association for Childhood Education 2,3; Student National
ducation Association4Wisconsin Education Association 3,4.
EIER, KATHLEEN J.-Whitewater, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 4; Economics
.lub 3,4; Young Republicans 1.
EINECKE, PENNY L.4Milwaukee, WI. Dorm Social Chairman 1,2;
;' omens Track Team 2; Women's Golf Team 3.
EISENHEIMER, JOEL M.-Beloit, WI.
ELAND, ROSS M.-Columbus, W1.
ERTENS, KELLY J.-Sheboygan, WI. Data Processing Management
ESNER, JUDY A.-Tomah, WI.
ESNER, ROBERT L.-Tomah, WI.
ICHAELS, BONNIE L.4Waubeka, WI.
ICHALKO, SALLY J.-Waukesha, WI. Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority 1,2,
ecording secretary 3,4; Panhellenic Council 2, historian 3,4; Residence
all Federation, secretary 1,2; Homecoming Steering Committee 3;
ssociated Women Students 1,2, Vice President 3; Young Republicans 1.
ICHELL, THERESE A.-Green Bay, WI.
IETHKE, PATRICIA A.4Milwaukee, WI. Alpha Sigma Alpha 4, Vice
'resident 2, President 3; Associated Women Students 3.
ILLER, CHARLES M.-Waukesha, WI.
dILLER, JOANNE M.-Sheboygan, WI. Delta Omicron 2,4, President 3;
Assistant Resident Assistant 2; Resident Assistant 3; Silver Scroll 4;
Ioncert Choir 1,3, Secretary 2; Swing Choir 1,2; Canoe Club 1,2,3,4.
IIILLER, MARCIA L.-Racine, WI.
JILLER, RONALD L.-Dousman, W1. R. O. T. C. Council 3,4; Rifle
Feam 1,2,4, President 3; Canoe and Outdoor Club 1,2,3,4.
VIINTZ, STEVEN J.-Madison, W1. Dorm Wing Representative 2; In-
ramural Basketball, Bowling 2,3.
LIIROWSKI, JEANNE M.4Madison, WI.
MISAKI, CORINNE K.-Milwaukee, WI. Students Wisconsin
Educational Association 3,4; Canoe and Outdoor Club 3,4.
MISKE, CHARLES W.-Lake Geneva, WI. Senior Art Show 4.
MOEBIUS, SCOTT W.-Kenosha, W1. Delta Sigma Pi 3,4.
MOGA, DAVID J.-St. Francis, W1. Delta Chi Fraternity 2, President 3,4;
Sigma Delta Pi, President 3,4; Residence Hall Federation Food Com-
mittee 1; Crumbling College Exchange Student 2; Spanish Club, Vice
President 1, President 3; Student Advisor, Foreign Language 2.
MONROE. CHARLES W. JR.-Delavan, W1. Society for the Advance-
ment of Management 3, President 4.
MONROE, MARSHA J.-Eagle, WI.
MONSON, MARY A.-South Milwaukee, WI. UW-Copenhagen Program;
Associated Women Students 2.
MOOBERRY, BRIAN W.-Cheney, KA.
MOONEY, MARY .1.-Madison, W1. Student Council for Exceptional
Children, Secretary-Treasurer 3.
MOONEY, THOMAS G.4Madison, WI.
MOORE, MICHAEL L.4Janesville, WI. Deans Advisory Council 3,4;
Academic Affairs Committee 4; Honors Committee 3; Law Society 3, Vice
President 4; Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union.
MOORE, PHILIP G.-Mission, KA.
MORIN, THOMAS H.4Palatine, IL. Intramurals Basketball 1, Baseball
MORRIS, LAURA P.4Greenfield, W1. Phi Beta Lambda 3; Dorm Coun-
cil 2; Symphonic Band 2; Concert Band 1,3; Marching Band 1,2,3;
Clarinet Choir 1,2; Associated Women Students 2; Society for Advance-
ment of Management 2, Secretary 3.
MORRISON, ROSE ANN-Waukesha, W1. Alpha Beta Alpha 2,3.
MORWOOD, MICHAEL H.--Beloit, WI.
MOTL, KATHLEEN M.-Lake Geneva, WI. Student Council for Excep-
tional Children 1,2,3.
MOTVELLE, ROBERT D.4Homewood, IL. Data Processing Manage-
ment Association 4.
MUELLER, DONNA J.4Janesville, WI. Major-Minor Club 3,4.
MUNDT, SANDY 1.4Watertown, WI. Assistant Resident Assistant 2;
Resident Assistant 3; Psychology Club 4; Social Welfare Organization 4.
MURKOWSKI, MARY L.4Athens, WI. Phi Beta Lambda 3,4; Phi Kappa
Phi 3,4; Dorm Council, Treasurer 2,3; Silver Scroll 3,4; Accounting Socie-
ty 2,3, Secretary 4; Liturgy Committee 2; Young Democrats 2.
MURPHY, CHRIS A.4Cudahy, WI. Resident Assistant 2,3; Student
Council for Exceptional Children 1,2,3,4; Concert Choir 1,2,3; Swing
Choir 3,4; Madrigalians l.
MURPHY, WILLIAM J.-Whitewater, WI.
MUTH, DEBORAH L.4Waukesha, WI. Dorm Council, Treasurer 3; Stu-
dent Council for Exceptional Children 3,4; Ski Club 1,2.
MYERS, KEITH A.4Waukesha, W1. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3; Drumlin
Complex Vice Presidenl4President 2; Intramurals 1,2,3.
NAST, JAMES E.-Milwaukee, WI. Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity.
NELEZEN, PETER H.-Oak Creek, WI. Resident Assistant 2,3; Students
for McGovern 2,3.
NELSON, BARBARA L.4Arlington Heights,1L. Alpha Sigma Alpha 3,4;
Hall Council 2,3; Associated Women Students 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
NELSON, CHRISTOPHER J.-Black Ridge Falls, WI.
NELSON, JERRY M.-Delavan, WI.
NEUENSCHWANDER, TOM R.-0rfordville, WI. Baseball 2; In-
NEVENS, DAVID F.4West Allis, WI. Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4.
NICCOLAI, JOAN T.4Kenosha, WI. Resident Assistant 2,3,4; RAC 3,4;
Dorm Wing Representative 1; Treble Clef 1.
NIEBRUEGGE, LINDA D.4Milwaukee, WI. Gymnastics Team 1,2,3,4.
NIEMIEC, RUDY A.4Cudahy, WI. Data Processing Management
Association 3,4; Intramural Tennis 2, Basketball 2,3,4.
NIENOW, JOAN D.-Wauwatosa, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Pi Delta Phi 4;
Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart 3; Resident Assistant 2; Silver Scroll 4;
French Club 1,3,4, President 2; Flute Choir 1.
NISCHIK, HERB A.4Sheboygan, W1. Intramurals 3,4.
NIXON, VALARIE J.4Walworth, WI. Readers Theatre 3; Warhawk Am-
NORTELL, NANCY A.4Skokie, IL.
NOVACEK, BARBARA A.-Eau Claire, WI. Alpha Sigma; Intramurals.
NOVAK, CINDY L.-Greendale, WI.
NOVAK, RONALD G.4Fort Atkinson, WI. Minneiska Photographer 1;
Royal Purple Photographer 1; Canoe and Outdoor Club 2,3, President 4;
Ski Hawks 2,3; Scuba Diving Club 4; Ku-Kan Judo Club 1,2; Intramurals
NOWICKI, LINDA G.-St. Francis, WI. Synchronized Swim 3.
OBERHOFER, DIANE L.4Greendale, W1. Counselor Off Campus Hous-
ing 3,4; Pachasandra 3,4; Show Band 4; Women1s Recreation Association
1,2; Synchronized Swim Club, President 1; Men15 Swim Team 1, Manager
2; Women,s Swim Team 1,2.
O1DONNELL, MARYBETH-Rockford, IL.
OECHSNER, KATHY A.-Mayvi11e, W1. Phi Beta Lambda 4.
OGUMBIYI, AFOLABI 0.4Whitewater, W1. International Club 1,2,3,4;
Foreign Students Soccer Team 1,2,3,4.
01LEARY, MARY E.-Footville, WI.
OLSON, CAROL E.4F0rl Atkinson, W'I. Inter-Varsily Christian
OLSON, GARY A.-0ak Creek, WI. Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz Band 1,2,3; Pep
OLSON, HARLANv A.-Cambridge, W1.
OLSON, JOHN L.-Tw0 Rh'ers, W11. Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity 3;
Data Processing Management Association 4.
OLSON, RICHARD A.-Be10it, W1. Delta Sigma Pi, Historian 3,4; In-
lramurals softball 1,2, basketball 1,3,4.
OLSON, TAMMY M.hBasseu, W1. Wells Hall Council 2; W-Elte 3.
ORTMAYER, WILLIAM R.-Whitewater, W1. Resident Assistant;
Knight Club, Instructor.
ORTON, RANDY D.4Waukesha, W1. Intramurals 1,2,3.
OSTERGAARD, NANCY L.-Whitewater, W1.
OTT, RAYE ANN G.7Forest Junction, WI. Delta Zeta Sorority 3,4; Stu-
dent National Educational Associattion-Wisconsin Educational Associa-
tion 3,4; Assovialcd Women Students 1,2,3,4.
OTTMANN, KENNETH P.4GIendale, W1. Sigma Pi Fraternity 3,4;
Veteran Club 3,4.
PACKMAN, LINDA 1..4Kenosha, W1. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; Student
Wisconsin Educational Association 3,4.
PALEN, DAVID M.4Greendale, W1. Gymnastics 4.
PALM, ELIZABETH C.-Madison, W1. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority 3,4;
Math Education Association 2,3,4;Nati0na1EducationalAssocialion 2,3,4.
PAPlA, MARGARET J.;Milwaukee, W1. Student Council for Excep-
tional Children 2.3; Cccilian Chorale 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3.
PARKMAN, REBECCA CAMilwaukee, W1. Alpha Sigma Sorority 3, Vive
PAI'SBACK, RICHARD M.4Park Ridge,1L. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3,4.
PEDRI, MARY A.-Greenfield, WI.
PERRELLE, DEBRA LiRacine, W11. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; Wisconsin
Educational Association-National Educmional Association 4.
PETERNEIL, MICHELE M.-F0rt Atkinson, WI. Royal Purple 1,3;
Psyvhulogy Association 4.
PETERS, LINDA J.4Delavan, W1. Association for Childhood Education,
PETERSON, CHARLES A.AEvansville, WI. Sigma Delta Chi, Vice Presi-
dent 3, Treasurer 4; Royal Purple, Editor-in-Chief 4.
PETIT, JOHN C.-Beloit, W1. Marketing Club 3; Intramurals 1,2.
PEYTON, PATRICK H.4Tomah, W1. Intramurals 3,4.
PFARR, GAYLE M.-Kcnosha, W1.
PFEFFER, STEVEN L.4Manilowoc, WI. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3,4;
Clem Hall Council 1; American Marketing Association 3,4.
PICHELMAN, PETER P.wRaCine, W1. American Accounting Associa-
PIEA RT, TERRY LWBatavia, 1L.
PIERCE, KRISTINE C.mMen0monee Falls, WI. Student Council for Ex-
ccpliunal Children 3,4.
PILICHOWSKI, DONNA L.-M11waukee, WI. Wells Hall Representative
2, Judicial Board 2; Council for Exceptional Children 2,3,4; Inter-
PINNOW, SUSAN K.-F0nd du Lac, WI. Dorm Standards Chairman 3;
Student Assembly 3,4; Associated Women Students 3,4; Association of
Distributive Education Majors 3, President 4.
PIZZICHINI, ANTHONY L.4Arvada, CO. Flying Dragons Karate Club
3,4; Track Team 1,2,4.
POBLOCKI, MARCIA A.4Milwaukee, W1.
POETHIG, WILLIAM P.-Milwaukee, W1. UCAB 2,3; Instructional
Media Services 1,2,3,4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4.
POILE, BARBARA S.-Clarend0n Hills,1L. Royal Purple 3,4; Society for
the Advancement of Management 3,4; Women1s Recreational Association
POLASEK, JOSEPH P.-St. Francis, W1. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3,4; Phi
Kappa Phi; Class Vice President 1; Student Government Senator l,
Treasurer 2, President 3,4; Whitewater City Council 3,4.
POPOWYCZ, MICHAEL4Minaukee, WI. Accounting Society 2,3,4.
PORTER, DOUGLAS L.-Beloit, W1. Dorm Council 3, Treasurer 2.
POTT, MICHAEL M.v-Green Bay, WI. Accounting Society 2,3,4;
Veterans Club 3,4; Sailing Club 3,4; Lutheran Collegians, Treasurer 3,4.
PRIEGEL, RICHARD V.4West Allis, WI. Accounting Society 3,4.
PRIEWE, DAVID A.4Whitewater, W1.
PULLIAM, WILLIE J.-Beloit, WI. Assistant Resident Assistant 3; Resi-
dent Assistant 4; Secretary of Film Committee 3,4; Food Committee 1,2;
Switchboard 2,3,4; Gideon Society 4; Afro Society 1,2; English Club 4.
PUTZ, DAVID W.4Middleton, WI. Campus Crusade for Christ 2,3,4; In-
QUALMANN, DAVID M.4Hustisford, W1.
QUALMANN, GENE K.4Whitewater, W1.
QUICLEY, MICHAEL G.-A1gonquin, IL.
QUINN, MARY E.-Darien, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; History Associa-
tion 2,3,4; Associated Women Students 3,4.
RABIZADEH, MANSOUR T.4Chicago, IL.
RACCOLI, ROBERTA L.-Brookfie1d, WI. Deans Advisory Committee 3;
Student Activities Board 3; German Club, Vice President 3.
RADOSTA, JON A.7Cudahy, WI. Festival of the Arts Committee
Music Educators National Conference, President 3; Marching Band 1,2,
Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Brass Ensemble 1,2,3,
RADOVAN, PATRICK J.-Sheboygan, W1.
RAFTERY, JOHN E.4W'hitewater, W1. Law Society 3,4.
RAKUN, ANTHONY 5.4Sheboygan, W1. Pi Sigma Epsilon Fraternil
3,4; Minneiska, Photo Editor 3, Business Manager 4; Finance Club 4.
RAW'SKI, MARK W.4SL Francis, W71. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3,4; Alph
Sigma Alpha Big Brother 3,4.
REESE, SANDRA L.-Evansville, W1. Major-Minor Club 1,2; Women
Revrealional Association 1,2; Intramurals Official 1,2.
REGET, JEROME M.4Pa1atine, 1L. Lambda Chi Alpha Fralernity 2,3,1
REGNER, RANDY RiNew Berlin, WI.
REIMER, VICKI L.-Delavan, W1. Gamma Theta Upsilon 3,4.
RENK, LINDA M.AMilwaukee, WI. Dorm Wing Representative 2.
RISKIN, KATHLEEN A.4Wyckoff, NJ. Lambda Chi Alpha Court -
Crescents 2,3; Student Assembly 2,3; Student Government Foundatio
Committee 3; Associated Women Students 2, Treasurer 3; Stude
National Educational Associali0n4Wisconsin Educational Association ;
Warhawk Ambassador 3; Hawkctte 3; Pom-Pom Squad 3.
ROBLE, DALE J.4Brookfield, W1. Pi Sigma Epsilon, Recordin
Secretary; American Marketing Society.
RUBOKE, JANET M.-River Grove, IL.
RUBY, BONNIE R.-St. Charles,1L. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority 2,3,
Assistant Resident Assistant 3; Lambda Chi Alpha Court of Crescents '
President 2,3; Major-Minor Cluh 1,2,3,4; Warhawk Ambassador 3
Cheerleader 3; Intramurals 3,4.
RODGERS, SALLY J.-VVhitewater, W1. Council for Exception
ROERDINK, ROBERT J. JR.-Des Plaines,1L.De11aChiFraternity1,2
3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3.
RUETHLER, JUDITH K.4Beloit, W1.
ROLLINGER, LINA MrvBelgium, W1. Associated Women Students 3.
ROLTGEN, THERESE Raclenbeulah, W1.
ROSKO, KATHY 1.4Kenosha, W1. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Phi Kappa Ph
3,4; Student Wisconsin Educational Association-National Educationa
Association 2,3,4; UCAB 3; Women"s C011 1,2,3,4.
ROSKOPF, CAROL1.vGermantown, W1. Phi Beta Lambda 3,4; Cecelia
ROTHEWBERGER, LARRY EAWausau, W1. Accounting Society 3,4
Veteran Club 1.
RUM, SANDY M.vRockford, 1L.
RUMMLER, LINDA J.-Walertown, W1. Tri Beta 3; Knight Karate Clu n
RUNTE, PATRICK M.-Milwaukee, WI. Society for Advancement 0
Management 2; Newsletter Editor 3,4; Career Day Publicin 4.
RUPPEL, PHILIP A.4Sheboygan, W1. Varsity Tennis 1,2.
RUSCH, SHARYL L.4Camhridge, WI.
RUTLEDGE, THOMAS J.-Glenview, 1L. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternit
1,2,4. Secretary 3; Student Assembly 2; UCAB 4; Athletic Committee 3; I
RYGH, KAREN S.-Oregon, W1. Student Wisconsin Educationa
Association-Nalional Educational Association 3; Lutheran Studen
SAALSAA, DAVID E.-South Wayne, W1.
SAGEN, SUSAN J.-Janesville, W1. Phi Kappa Phi4;A1pha Bela Alph
SALERNO, MARILYN J.-Kenosha, W1. Alpha Sigma Sorority 2,
SANDLEBACK, JOHN J.-Whitewater, W1. Accounting Society 4; 1n
SANNES, MARY L.4Shar0n, W1. Society of Physics Students 3,4.
SATTLER, LORENE M.4Ma10ne, WI. Delta Omicron 3,4; Warhaw
Show Band 2,3; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Flute Choir 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 3
Inler-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1,3,4, Secretary 2.
SCHAEFER, HEATHER E.-Milwaukee, WI. Wisconsin Educationa
Association 4; UCAB Fine Arts Committee 3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Chris
tian Science Organization, Vice President 1,2,3,4.
SCHALLHORN, BETH Equconomowoc, W1. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Resi
dent Assistant 3; Student Wisconsin Educational Association-Nationa
Educational Association 3,4.
SCHARINE, THOMAS A.4Delavan, WI. Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4; Assistan
Resident Assistant 2; University Library Committee 3; Minneiska Staff4
Symphonic Band 1,2,3.
SCHARSCHMIDT, KATHLEEN A.4Beaver Dam, W1. Student Wiscon
sin Educational Association 3,4.
SCHAUER, THOMAS P.4Sauk City, WI. Veteran1s Club 2,3,4.
SCHELL, JODY A.4Sheboygan, WI.
SCHENNING, JEFFRY J.-Kenosha, WI. Resident Assistant 2,3,4; Socie
ty for the Advancement of Management 3,4; Intramurals 3,4.
SCHIEBLE, DAVID J.4Pewaukee, W1. Phi Chi Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Footbal
1; Baseball 1,2.
SCHIELDT, ROVERA J.4Whitewater, W1. Secretary, Fisher Hall 2;
Residence Hall Federation 2; Associated Women Students 1,2; UCAB 1,2.
SCHIELE, CAROL L.4Racine, WI. Co-chairman of Fine ArtS4UCAB 4.
SCHILD, BETTY L.-Monroe, W1.
SCHlLKE, JANIS E.-Racine, W'I. Student Council for Exceptional
SCHLEICHER, CONSTANCE A.-C0lumbus, WI. Sigma Alpha Eta 2,3,4;
Spanish Club, Secretary 1.
SCHMALOWSKI, CYNTHIA M.-Monona, W1. Wells Hall Joint Council
2; National History Fraternity 3; Co-ed Volleyball 2.
SCHMIDT, CHARLES R.4Hatley, W1. Intramurals 2,3,4.
SCHNEIDER, TINA L.4Pewaukee, WI. Hall Council 3.
SCHOEPHOERSTER, BONITA S.-Lodi, W1. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Kappa
Delta Pi 3,4; Student Council for Exceptional Children 3,4; UCAB 3.
SCHOLZ, MICHAEL 1.4Milwaukee, WI. English Club 2,3; Intramurals
SCHOOFS, JEAN M.-F0rl Atkinson, WI. Kappa Delta Pi 2,3, Treasurer
4; Alpha Beta Alpha 2, Treasurer 3,4; Assistant Resident Assistant 2, Resi-
dent Assistant 3; University Library Committee 4, Secretary 2,3; Student
Wisconsin Educational Association-Nalional Educational Association
,4; Association of Childhood Education 3.
SCHROEER, PAULA R.-Menasha, W1. Student Psychological Associa-
SCHUELLER, MARY B.-Milwaukee, WI.
SCHULD, BOB W.-Jefferson, W1.
SCHULTZ, GEORGE W.-Sheboygan, W1.
SCHUMANN, JOEL W.-Burlingt0n, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; DPMA 3,4;
SCHWAHN, KEN R.-Bri11ion, W1. Phi Chi Epsilon Fraternity 2,3,4;
Law Society, Vice Presidem 3,4; American Marketing Association 3,4.
SCHWARTZ, NODA M.-M0nroe, W1. International Committee 1; Slu-
dent Assembly 1.
CHWICHTENBERG, CAROL A.-Reeseville, W1. Phi Beta Lambda 4;
Hall President 3; Resident Hall Federation, Secretary 3; Student
SCOTT, CRAIG L.aLaValle, W1. Residence Hall Council 1,3; Residence
Hall Judicial Board 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
SCOTT, LAUREL A.-Weslchester, IL. Concert Choir 1; Treble Clef 1.
SCOTT, PAMELA Lr-Northbrook, IL. Sigma Pi Little Sisters 1,2,3;
Intercollegiate Golf Team 4.
SEFTON, WILLIAM A.4Milwaukee, W1. Marching Band 1,2,3;
Symphonic Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 1; Woodwind Ensemble 3.
SELL, GLENN A.4Green Bay, WI. Basketball 1; Intramurals 1,2,3.
SEMANKO, GAY Er-Whilewaler, W1.
SERPE, ELIZABETH M.4Chicago,1L. Wells Company 1; Fifth Wall 1;
University Players 2; Student Director-Phedra 3.
SEURER, ROASNNE D.wNew Holstein, W1. Resident Assistant 3,4;
Associated Women Students Representative 2; Band Colorguard 3,4.
SHEFFIELD, BARBARA A.4Kenosha, WI. Curriculum Committee 2,3;
Major Minor Club, Secretary 1,2,3; Womens Intramural Association,
Scorctary Treasurer 1,2; Intercollegiate Athletics 1,2,3.
SHULL, BARBARA J.4Clinton, WI. National Education Association 2,3,-
SIEVERT, RANDY C.-Black Creek, WI. Band 1,2,3,4.
IMMONS, JANEAN L.-Birmingham, AL.
SIMMONS, PENNY L.4Madison, W1. Resident Assistant 2,3; National
Educational Association 3,4; Student Council for Exceptional Children 2,.
3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2; Orchestra 1,2.
SKALMOSKI, BARBARA A.--Neenah, WI.
SLAVIN, JOHN N.4Harvard, 1L. Phi Chi Epsilon Fraternity 2,3,4;
Homecoming Committee 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
SLIMMER, JUDITH A.4DePere, WI. Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3, Treasurer
4; Phi Beta Lambda 3,4.
SLOWINSKI, MARCIA J.-Stevens Point, WI. Accounting Society 4;
'owling Team 3,4.
SMITH, ANITA 1.4Gotham, WI. Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; Dorm Art
Representative 3; Choir 1,2; Treble Clef 3; Madrigalians 3.
SMITH, CHERYL A.-Whitewater, WI. Jazz Band 1;Concert Band 1,2,3,-
4; Treble Clef 4.
SMITH, CONSTANCE M.-Janesville, WI. Assistant Resident Assistant 2.
SMITS, DAVID O.aDePere, WI. DPMA 3,4.
SNAVE, JOAN P.4Wilmington, DE. Delta Chi Fraternity Sweetheart
2,3; Minneiska Sports Staff 1; Associated Women Students 1; Studenfs
Wisconsin Business Education Association 3,4; National Business Educa-
tion Association 3,4.
OKOLSKI. JERILYN A.4Whitewater, WI. Dorm Representative 1,2;
l'om-Pom Hawkette 2; Cheerleader 2,3; Warhawk Ambassador 2,3; Track
4ORENSON, JUDITH L.-Racine, WI.
ORENSON, LINDA M.4Brookfield, WI.
OVA, ARNOLD R.-Fort Atkinson, WI.
SPENCER, RICHARD W.-Calesville, WI. Resident Assistant 3,4; Ac-
ounting Society 3,4; Warhawk Band 1; Warhawk Ambassador 3,4.
PINDLER, JUDY M.-Clenbeulah, WI. Beta Alpha Epsilon 2; Phi Beta
Lambda 3; Standards Committee 2,3; Associated Women Students 1;
Cecelian Chorale 1.
SPOKE, VERONICA K.4Delafield, WI.
STAAB, SUSAN B.-Beaver Dam, WI. Assistant Resident Assistant 2.
STAKS, PETER-Milwaukee, W1. Rod and Gun Club, Vice Presiden12,3,-
4; Canoe Club 2.
STARK, MERI A.-Watertown, W1.
STEELE, LINELLE F.-Spring Green, WI.
STEINGRABER, LOIS J.4New London, W1. Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer 3.
STEKELBERG, DEBBIE A.-Middleton, WI.
STELLPFLUG, JAMES R.4Galesville, WI. Accounting Society 3,4; W-
Club 2; Varsity Golf 1.
STENGER, DANIEL R.4Janesville, WI. Phi Alpha Theta 3,4; In-
STEPHAN, SUSAN L.4Lakeland, FL. Minneiska 2, Section Editor 3,4;
Student Council for Exceptional Children 2,4.
STEPKE, KRYSTEN M.-Oak Creek, WI. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority1,-
2,3,4; Panhellenic Council, Recording Secretary 3,4; Homecoming Steer-
ing Committee 3; Homecoming Executive Board 4; Silver Scroll 4; UCAB
Fine Arts Committee 1; W-Ette 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4.
STINEBRINK, JERRY L.4Fort Atkinson, WI. Accounting Society 3,4;
Canoe and Outdoor Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
STISKA, RUTH A.-Whitewaler, WI. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority;
Women1s Tennis Team.
STOCKER, STEVEN C.-Beloit, WI. Resident Assistant 2,3; Society for
the Advancement of Management 4; Vocational Rehabilitation Aid 3;
Canoe and Outdoor Club 3; Campus Crusade for Christ 2; Intramurals 2,-
STODDARD, KEVIN W.4Palmyra, W1. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3,4; Stu-
dent Assembly 3; 1.F.C. 2.
STOLLER, DARLENE 1.4Forl Atkinson, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; Stu-
dent Wisconsin Educational Association 3,4; Faculty Committee on Fine
Arts 4; Clarinet Choir 3,4.
STOVEKEN, MARY B.4Green Bay, WI. Resident Assistant 2,3,4; Stan-
dards Representative 1; Pep Band 1; Warhawk Ambassador 2; Womenk
Recreation Association Bowling 3.
STRAITS, COLETTE-Chicago, IL. Sigma Sigma Sigma 2,3,4.
STURM, PAUL J.-Manawa, WI. Delta Chi Fraternity 2,3,4; R.0.T.C. 1;
Royal Purple Advertising Staff 3; Band 1.
SUESS, LORI L.4Neenah, WI.
SULLIVAN, DAVID J.4Whitewater, WI. Phi Chi Epsilon Fraternity 1,2,
3,4; Dorm Wing Representative 1; Football 1,2.
SULLIVAN, MARGARET A.-Two Rivers, W1. Data Processing Manage-
ment Association 3,4.
SWEENEY, PATRICIA D.-Waunakee, W1. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority
3,4; Student Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Welfare Association.
SWOFFURD 111, HUGH W.-Butler, W1. Alpha Beta Alpha 4', Young
SYRING, DIANE L.-Madison, W1. Kappa Delta Pi 4; Deank Ad1isory
Council 3; Silver Scroll 4; Student Council for Exceptional Children 1,2,4,
Vice President 3; Disabled Students Club 3; Educational Foundations and
Special Education, Representative 3; Catholic StudenISwShalom 1,2,3,4.
SZALAPSKI, JULINN J.-Twin Lakes, WI.
TARKOWSKI, JEROME 1.4Lake Geneva, WI.
TARSITANO, NANCY C.4Chicago, IL.
TAUSCHER, ALLAN P.-Brookfield, W1. Ski Club 2,3.
TEED, RUSSELL L.-For1 Atkinson, WI.
TEMPLIN, MARIE-Creenficld, WI. Association for Childhood Educa-
tion 3: National Educational Association-Wisconsin Educational
Association 1; Intramural Softball 2,3.
TERWALL, ROBERT C.-Kenosha, W1. Society for the Advancement of
Management 4; Football 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4.
TESSAR, JAMES A.-Kewaskum, WI.
TESSMANN, CAROL J.4Waterlown, WI.
TETZLAFF, DALE R.AGreen Bay, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Accounting
Society 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2.
THIELKE, SHARON J.-Saukville, W1. Delta Zeta Sorority 2, Secretary
3; Phi Kappa Phi 3; Intercollegiate Softball 2,3; Intramurals 2,3.
THIES, ALAN H.-Whitewaler, WI. Athletic Committee, Representative
4; Football 1,2,3,4.
THOM, PAT A.-Janesville, WI. Silver Scroll 4; Associated University
Broadcasters 3,4; WSUW Radio 3, Program Director 4.
THOMPSON, CHERYL L.-Burlington, WI. Alpha Sigma Sorority 2,3;
Warhawk Ambassador 3; Student Assembly Representative 3.
THOMPSON, MARY J.-McFarland, W1. Student Wisconsin Educational
Association4National Educational Association; Associated University
Broadcasters; WSUM-FM. .
THOMPSON, NANCY K.-McFarland, W1.
THOMPSON, VICKI Er-Brodhead, WI. Council for Exceptional
THUR, CYNTHIA M.4Wauwatosa, WI.
TO, TONY K.4Kowloon, Hong Kong. Bridge Club, President 3; Table
Tennis 3; Soccer Club, Vice President 3.
TODRYK, JEFFREY T.-West Allis, WI. Resident Assistant 2,3,4;
Basketball Official 2,3,4; Intramurals 123,4.
TOFTUM, CAROLINE A. 4Amherst, WI. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Sigma
Delta Pi 3, Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, Show Band1,,2 3, Concert Band
1; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Clarinet Choir 1, 2 3, 4.
TOMCZAK. CAROL A.4Kenosha, WI. Student Wisconsin Educational
TOMLINSON, JOAN M.-Clinlon, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Dorm
Academic Council 2; University Honors Committee 3; Interrelated Arts
Committee 3; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3.
TRAIBER, PAUL M.4Milwaukee, WI. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 2,3,
Treasurer 4, Society for the AdVancemenl of Management 4.
TREML, GLEN F. 4Applet0n, WI. Phi Sigma Epsilon FraternitV, Vice
President 3, SecretarV 4, Intramurals, Student Director 3, 4.
TROST, MARY T.4 4Burlington, WI. Student Assembly,Representative 3;
National Students Speech and Hearing Association 2 ,.3
TRU MMER, AARON J. 4Graflon, WI. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 3, 4,
Intra FraternitV Council 3,;4 Student Government 1,3,4; Homecoming
Committee 4: Tim al Purple 12,4; UniVersitV Center ActiVilV Board,
Chairman 4; Young Republicans 1,4.
TI'BBS, HENRY A.4Whitewater, WI. Society for the Advancement of
Management 3.4: Veterans Club 4; American Legion 3,4; Musketeers
Club, President 1,2,3; Theatregoers Treasurer 1, President 2,3; Ski Club,
Treasurer 2, Secretary 3.
TUMLER, VICKI L.4Milwaukee, W1. Alpha Sigma Sorority 2, Historian
TUREK, PATRICIA A.4Milwaukee, W1. Sigma Pi Little Sisters of
Athena 2,3,4; Associated Women Students 1,2,3,4; Association for
Childhood Education 3,4; Student Wisconsin Educational
Association4Nalionai Education Association 4.
TURNER, VICKIE L.4Milwaukee, WI. Society of Afro-American
TWELMEYER, BETTY J.4Wauwatosa, W1. Student Wisconsin
Educational Association-Nalional Educational Association 2,3,4.
UNGEMACH, CYNTHIA A.4Kenosha, W1.
UTKE, JANE R.4DeForest, WI. Sailing Club 2, Vice Commodore 3.
VAN BOGART, LYNN M.4Racine, WI.
VAN DE BOGART, THOMAS F. 4Whitewater, WI. Student Represen-
tatch, Political Science Department 4, Political Science Club 2, FlVing
Dragons 3; W- Club 1,2 3; Basketball 12, 3 4, Baseball 1.
VAN VONDEREN, GARY .1. 4DePere, WI.
VEITCH, JINEEN N. 4Milwaukee, WI
VELZKA, JANET M. 4Racine, WI. Student Council for Exceptional
Children 2, 3,;4 Ski Hawks 2; Intramurals, Softball 3.
VICK, DEANNA L.4B1anchardVille, W1. Alpha Beta Alpha 3,4; Student
Advisory Commission 4; National Educational Association-Wisconsin
Educational Association 3,4; Intramural Softball 3,4.
VIESSELMANN, MARILEA-Grafton, WI. Associated Women Students
1: Student Council for Exceptional Children 3,4.
VILLIESSE, EDWARD 1.4Green BaV, WI. Hockey 1.
VOGTS, SUSAN K.4 4Madison, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 2, Secretary 3
President 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3 ,;4 Kappa Delta Pi 3, Secretary 4, SiIVe
91 roll 4, Dean s AdVisory Council 3; Library Science Student Represen
tative 3; Association of Childhood Education 3,4; Nationa
Educational-Wisconsin Educational Association 3,4.
VOLKERT, BARBARA C.4West Bend, WI.
VON BERGEN, MARILYN R.4Walworth, W1.
WCALDRON, JANE A.4Madison, WI.
WALKER, WEYLIN 0.4Manawa, W1. Pi Sigma Epsilon 3,4. In
WALKOWICZ, EDWARD J.4Almond, WI. Sigma Pi Fraternity 2,4
Treasurer 3, Dorm Wing RepresentatiVe 1; Accounting Club 3, Veteran
Club 3,;4 Ski Club 34.
WALLACE, GLORIA J.4Racine, WI. Alpha Sigma Sorority 3,4'
WALLACE, MARY S.4Wauwatosa, WI. Kappa Delta Pi 3; Naliona
Society of Guidon, Vice President 3; Student Wisconsin Educationa
Association-National Educational Association 3: Lutheran Collegian
WALSH, W'ILLIAM J.4Milwaukee, W71. Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
W'ALWORTH, BONNIE L.4Helena, MO.
WARDA, AMY B.4Milwaukee, WI.
W'ASHBURN, SALLY J.4Freeport, IL.
W'AT, KAI-CHEONG D.4Whitewater, WI.
WAUGAMAN, ROBERT M.4Pittsburgh, PA.
WAVRUNEK, LAWRENCE J.4Denmark, W1. Pi Sigma Epsilon 2,3,4;
RoV'aI Purple Accounting Executive 3; Minneiska Sales Staff 3; Jazz Band
1; Marching Band 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3.
WEBER, RODNEY J.4Iron Mountain, M1. Phi Beta Lambda 3,4.
WIEIDNER, VINCENT W".4Ar1ington Heights, IL. Track and Field 1,2;
Cross CountrV 12 Intramurals, Basketball 123,4
W'EIHER, DEBRA L.4 Athens, WI. Alpha Gamma Delta 3,4, English
I iuh 3, 4; Wells CompanV 12 University PlaVers 2, 3, 4, Cecelian Chorale
WEILER, NORMA J.4Whitewater, WI. Pi Omega Pi 4; Economic Club 4.
WEINBERG, RUTH A.4Brookfieid, W1. Concert Choir 1,2,3,4.
WEINHOLD, KRISTIN A.-South Milwaukee, WI.
WrEINKRANZ, JANET4 Chicago, IL. Residence Hall Federation Ex-
eculiVe Board 3' Wells Hall Joint Counci12,,3 4; Student AssemblV 12 3;
Student Mobilization Committee, Vice President 1. 2; Peace Studies Club
1, 2' Association of English Students 2, 3, 4, Student Sociology Association
3, Wells CompanV 1,2.
WEISS, LINDA M. 4Port Washington, WI. Student Council for Excep-
tional Children 12 3., 4.
WEI LNITZ, ALICE J. 4CIinton, WI. Student Assembly 3' Pi Omega Pi
3 4' SilVer Scroll 4; Business Law ReV 1ew 3, 4.
WELSH, PATRESA K. 4JanesVille, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 2,3,4; National
Who9s Who Among Students
In American Universities and Colleges
Danny L. Anderson
Nona L. Beatly
Catherine I. Braasch
Nathan M. Burton
Donald R. Carlson
Donna F. Crass
Diane M. Etzel
Kristina M. Fennell
Christine E. Fick
Linda L. Forner
Steven M. Gobel
Sandra L. Halgerson
Susan L. Hilleshiem
Sharon A. Hoppe
Carol J. Isaksen
Gail A. Johnson
Joanne M. Junk
Dale .1. Kent
Mark F. Kern
Linda K. Kuerth
Sandra A. Lambert
David L. Lanphear
Mary C. Lehman
Mary N. Lemke
Renee C. Liermann
Cole D. Lundquist
Deborah A. Maahs
Mary Ann Markovina
Mary L. Murkowski
Donald G. Natzke
Cathryn M. Palesse
Barbara J. Pellegrini
Jean M. School's
David T. Wittrock
Sharon K. Woodin
Randy L. Zelinka
Educational Association 2,3,4; Intramurals, Baseball 3.
WENGER, BEVERLY A.-Milwaukee, WI. Assistant Resident Aid 3;
Resident Assistant 3,4; Student Government 1,2; Freshman Treasurer 1;
Homecoming Committee 3,4; University Center Activities Board 3,4.
WHISLER, ROBERT D. JR.-Franksville, W1.
WICKEY, PHILIP J.4Oak Park, IL. Sigma Delta Chi 2,3,4; Associated
bniversily Broadcasters 4, President 3; Royal Purple 2.
WIESE, CHERYL A.4New Berlin, WI. Athletic Committee 3; Major-
inor Club 1,2,3; Captain Girls Swim Team 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3.
V IESMANN, JUDY K.4DesPlaines, 1L. Alpha Gamma Delta 3,4; Fen-
ing Club 1,2; Orchesis 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
V ILKE, CANDACE M.4Edgerton, WI.
V ILLIAMS, COLIN B.4Clarendon Hills,1L. Resident Assistant Council,
ice President 3, Secretary 4; Student Body Government, Vice President
';Warhawk Ambassadors 3,4; Warhawk Band 1, Drum Major 2,3,4.
V ILLIAMS, MARGARET A.-Mukwonago, WI. Student Assembly 2;
; ssociated Women Students 2; German Club 2,3,4; Cecelian Chorale 2.
V ILLIAMS, TERRY J.4Oconomowoc, W1. University Center Activities
'oard 3; Community I 3; Intramurals 2,3.
V ILLIAMS, THOMAS B.-Edgerton, WI.
V ILLUMSEN, ROBERT C.4Northbrook, 1L. Lambda Chi Alpha Frater.
ily 1,2,3, Treasurer 4; Beta Alpha Epsilon 2; Accounting Society 3,4; Law
ociety 3,4; Law Review 3,4; Kauphznoppskiik Tap 2,Treasurer 3; Young
' epublicans 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
' ILP, ROBERT W.-Waukesha, W1. Accounting Society 2.
V INDERL, BONNIE A.4Whitewater, W1. French Club 1; Christian
cience Organization, Secretary-Treasurer 1,2,4.
V INGERT, JOHN L.4Milwaukee, WI. Dorm Wing Representative 1,2;
1anoe and Outdoor Club 3,4; Student Psychology Association 2,3,4; In-
V INIECKI, KATHY A.-Princeton, WI. Resident Assistant 3,4, Council
' epresenlalive 3,4; Silver Scroll 4.
V INN, DEBORAH A.-Whitewater, WI. Alpha Sigma Sorority 1,2;
'anhellenicCouncil1,2;Minnieska 3; Treble Clef l.
V INTER, MARCIA R.4Monona, WI.
V ISE, MARY-CAROLE-Madison, WI. Student Council for Exceptional
V ITEK, DENNIS C.4Janesville, WI.
V ITTROCK, DAVID T.-Kenosha, WI. Dcan1s Advisory Council 3,4; Stu-
em Association of Sociology, Anthropology, Social Welfare 2,3,4;
' merican Sociological Association 4; Veterans Club 2,3,4.
V ITTSTOCK, JOHN L-Waukesha, WI. Resident Assistant 3,4; Accoun-
ing Society 3,4; Business Law Review, Editor-in-Chief.
V ITZEL, KAREN A.-Sheboygan, W1. Marching Band 3,4; Inter-
ollegiate Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball.
" OLLINGER, KATRINA 1.4Evansville, WI.
V 00, ANDY-Whitewater, WI. Soccer Team 3.
" 00D, ELAINE M.4Grafton, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3; Dorm Wing
Representative 1; Economics Club 2,3.
WOOD, JANE M.4Wauwatosa, W1. Assistant Resident Assistant 3; Club
of Disabled Students 4, Treasurer 3; Student Council for Exceptional
Children 2,3,4; National and State Educational Association 3,4;
Educational Foundations, Representative 3.
WOODIN, SHARON K.4Waukesha, W1. Sigma Pi Little Sister 2,4, Presi-
dent 3; Phi Kappa P1114; Data Processing Management Association 3,4.
WORDEN, WILLIAM F.4Union Grove, WI. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 2,
Recording Secretary 3,4; Veterans Club 2,3; University Bands 1,2,3,4;
WORLUND, BILL Jr-Janesville, W1. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Captains Counv
oil 4; W-Club 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics, 1,2,3, Captain 4.
WRIGHT, KAREN M.-Menomonee Falls, WI. Student Assembly 1; Stu-
dent Senate 2; Student Council for Exceptional Children 3,4.
WUCHERER, JAN T.4South Milwaukee, WI. Delta Zeta Sorority 1,2,4,
Recording Secretary 3.
WYSZYNSKI, DIANE L.4Racine, WI.
YAKEL, MARY J.-Cudahy, W1. Delta Zeta Sorority 3,4; Residence Hall
President 2; Concert Choir 1,2; Madrigalians 1.
YAU, FRANCIS T.-Hong Kong. Chinese Student Association, Secretary
ZAKOWSKI, KAREN M.-West Allis, WI. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Phi Kappa
Phi 3,4; Association for Childhood Education 3,4; Student Wisconsin
Educational Association 3,4; Campus Gold 2.
ZANDER, DAVE P.4Cross Plains, W1. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity;
Bowling Team 3.
ZASTROW, STEPHEN W.4Milwaukee, W1. Delta Chi Fraternity 3,4;
Resident Assistant 3; Assistant Resident Assistant 2.
ZASTROW, SUSAN M.-Walertown, WI. Who1s Who Committee 3;
Basketball Official 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3.
ZASTROW, TERRENCE C.-Kenosha, WI.
ZEINEMANN, STEVEN A.-Sheboygan, WI. Delta Chi Fraternity 1,2,3;
Data Processing Management Association 3; Varsity Track 1.
ZELINKA, RANDY L.4Milton Junction, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 3,4; Band
1,2,3,4; Meislersingers 1,2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Chamber Singers 3;
Woodwind Quintet 2,3,4.
ZIECLER, SHARON V.4Milwaukee, WI. Alpha Beta Alpha 3; Sigma
Tau Rose Queen 3; Social Representative in Dorm 2.
ZIEHR, FRANCES A.-Menomonee Falls, WI. Alpha Gamma Delta 3,
Vice President 4; Student Council for Exceptional Children 2,3,4.
ZIELKI, JAMES F.-Milwaukee, W1. Veterans Club 4.
ZILL, NANCY L.-Green Bay, WI. Dorm Wing Representative 2;
Marketing Club 3; Homecoming Committee 2.
ZILLMER, HOLLY L.-Sussex, W1. Resident Assistant 3.
ZWEIFEL, RONALD F.-Fort Atkinson, WI. Phi Kappa Phi 4; Accoun-
ting Society 3,4.
Selection for Who1s Who in American Universities and Colleges was based
on excellence and sincerity in scholarship, leadership and participation in extra-
curricular and academic activities, citizenship and service to the university,
promise of future usefullness to society, grade point average of 2.75 or better.
Students were nominated by the academic departments and by the Dean of
Students Office. Final selection was made by a student-faculty committee.
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Abrahamson, Christine J.
Adams, Michael J.
Adams, Philip L.
Adams, Sharon A.
Adsit, Brett C.
Adsit, Mark, C.
Aiello, Carolina F.
Ajango, Michael F.
Akjobi, Augustine A.
Albrecht, Connie L.
Albrecht, Eric P.
Albrecht, Pamela T.
Alexander, Jeffrey L.
Alf, Thomas L.
Aliota, Laurel A.
Allen, Craig C.
Allen, Cynthia E.
Allen, Debra J.
Allison, Nancy J.
Alsum, Lawrence A.
Altman, John C.
Amattey, Leonard L.
Ambro, Paul R.
Ambrose, Diane H.
Ambrose, Jeanne E.
Ames, Susan G.
Amidei, Roger J.
Amman, Marjorie L.
Amore, Jo Ann
Amore, Loren .1.
Amoroso, Gary M.
Andersen, Danny L.
Anderson, Barbara J.
Anderson, Barbara M.
Anderson, Bonita L.
Anderson, Christine 1.
Anderson, Cynthia D.
Anderson, Dean P.
Anderson, Dennis J.
Anderson, Gregory A.
Anderson, Henry D.
Anderson, Kevin D.
Anderson, Kimberly S.
Anderson, Nancy D.
Anderson, Nina R.
Anderson, Richard J.
Andreas, Tryon L.
Andrews, Margaret F.
Andrews, Michael J.
Androsh, David G.
Ange", Patricia A.
Angst, Thomas J.
Apmann, William F.
Appleberry, James M.
Archer, William A.
Arens, James M.
Arentsen, Christine A.
Argos, Helene C.
Armson, Donald M.
Armson, Ronald B.
Armstrong, Gail P.
Arndorfer, Carol J.
Arnold, David W.
Arnold, Vernita L.
Arthur, Robert G.
Arh, Craig S.
Asleson, Dale J.
Asma, Michael J.
Assmann, Bonnie D.
Alhas, James R.
Aulinger, Gene T.
Austin, Danny K.
Austin, Elizabeth C.
Awa, Awa E.
Aydlotte, Mary A.
Baas, Arthur J.
Babcock, Gary M.
Babler, Kim M.
Bahler, Michael J.
Bachman, Catherine A.
Backes, Julie A.
Bacon, Cynthia A.
Badlen, John C.
Baerbock, Marlene A.
Baelen, Stephen D.
Bailey, Bradford C.
Bailey, Steven W.
Baker, James G.
Baker, Marilee S.
Bakker, Nancy .1.
Bakke, Denise K.
Bakken, Ruth A.
Balbach, Sandra G.
Baleslrieri, Janet L.
Ball, Julie A.
Ballweg, Lawrence L.
Banes, Dotti A.
Banks, Leon J.
Banks, Michael E.
Baranski, Charles C.
Bararowski, Clinton .1.
Barber, David J.
Barbera, Rodney R.
Bargielski, Mary B.
Barnekau, Sandra L.
Barnes, Cynthia L.
Barnes, John R.
Barnett, Linda L.
Barr, John T.
Barr, Patricia L.
Barry, Barbara E.
Bartels, William G.
Barwick, Billie G.
Bast, Kay L.
Basthemer, Steven A.
Bates, Robert W.
Batzler, Susan D.
Bauer, Laura L.
Bauer, Michael T.
Baum, Jeffrey D.
Baumann, Pamela B.
Baumann, Steven E.
Baumeisler, Laurie L.
Baumgart, James L.
Baumgartner, Mark E.
Bayer, Lynn M.
Real, Karen E. 175
Beally, Nona L. 224
Beaudoin, Julie M. 224
Beaudry, Scott T. 187
Bechtolt, Kimberly A. 87,193
Beck, John 121
Beck, Joseph C. 209
Becker, Michael J. 197
Becker, Nancy J. 177
Becker, Steven T. 224
Becker, William J. 186
Beerman, John J. 224
Beers, William M. 224
Beelstra, Dawid WV. 209
Begolka, Ricky C. 85,191
Behl, Beth B. 224
Behl, Kay 1. 113
Behnke, Debra A. 94
Behnke, Robert F. 160
Behrendt, Donald W. 216
Beirow, Paulette C. 185
Bell, Joseph L. 197
Bell, Michael G. 210
Bell, Perry W. 102,108,111,210
Bellamy, Anthony D. 136
Bennett, Carol C. 224
Bennett, Carol .1. 105,182
Bennett, Gregory J. 224
Bennett, Robin L. 324
Bentz, Janet J. 224
Berger, Deborah J. 105
Berger, Jeff T. 158
Bernau, Brent F. 88,127
Bernet, Peter F. 189
Berninger, Eileen .1. 86,95
Berryman, Donna V. 224
Betenz, Nancy H. 175
Belters, Mary Pat 138
Bickfard, Billy A. 118,121
Bidlingma1er, Sue D. 224
Bielinski, Thomas A. 211
Bien, Kevin W. 144
Bien, Valeer P. 182
Bienfang, Kathleen A. 186
Bieniek, Joseph F. 174
Bierle, Gail M. 176
Biernack, Jami 185
Bildsten, Scott A. 189
Bilski, Cheryl A. 94,224
Bindas, Gary R. 197
Biniok, Joan L. 224
Birdsall, Richard W. 224
Birkholz, Sue M. 208
Birr, Dennis L. 188
Birr, Lois A. 175
Bischoff, Victoria L. 224
Bishop, Maureen C. 206
Bishop, Nancy L. 200
Bishop, Peggy D. 174
Bitters, Kurt M. 214
Bjelde, Janet L. 208
Blackburn, Joyce R. 154
Blackmon, Lisa M. 177
Bladorn, Dean A. 189
Blain, Robert S. 152
Blanke, Robert S. 188
Blankenheim, Elizabeth J. 224
Bley, Richard D. 152
Bliss, Mary C. 201
Blix, Howard G. 224
Bloom, Brian T.
31011, Daniel R.
Blumenstock, Betty J.
Blylh, Jeffrey A.
Bobis, Tanya M.
Bockhorst, Peter O.
Bodie. Stephen J.
Bodine Jeffrey D.
Boeder, Diane K.
Boerner, Karen L.
Bocrsma, Sidney G.
Boggiano, Judith. L.
Bohnsack, Jennine M.
Bailey, Rebecca .1.
Bolgrin, Bruce W.
Bolton, Diane L.
Boltz, Richard C.
3011.2, Shirley M.
Bolz, Beverly A.
Bondehagen, Brian M.
Bonovich, Peter A.
Bonzell, Kathleen M.
Boomsma, Paulette A.
Boorsma, Doris E.
Borchart, Barry J.
Borden, Barry A.
Borenitsch, Bonnie M.
Borenitsch, Richard L.
Borleske, Mark W.
Borneman, Harland M.
Borucki, Jacqueline A.
Bosch, Alice M.
Boschke, Lois M.
Boskovich, Fred M.
Boston, Barbara J.
Bostwick, Richard M.
Bottolfson, Bruce L.
Boucher, Linda A.
Bouton, Vickie L.
Bouwmeester, Jill S.
Bowen, Stephen W.
Bowen, Thomas J.
Bowker, Laura Y.
Bowman, Donald R.
Boyle, Anne E.
Braasch, Catherine 1.
Braband, Kathryn M.
Brabeck, Joy K.
Bradetich, Debra A.
Bradley, Carla J.
Brady, Barbara A.
Brady, Michael D.
Brammer, Lisa F.
Brand, Charles W.
Brandt, Allen W.
Brandt, John R.
Brandt, Robert J.
Branen, Robert F.
Branigan, Anna V.
Braun, Brian L.
Braun, Gary L.
Brazzale, Conrad W.
Breen, Bonnie E.
Brennan, Gloria A.
nrennan, Mary B. 140,225
'renzel, Jeffrey S. 221
l: ressler, Sherry L. 195
I: retthauer, Gregory D. 87,225
'reuchel, Gary A. 225
nreunig, Charles L. 210
Breunig, Dean .1. 102,108,311.
Breunig, Marilyn J. 120
Brey, Michael M. 214
Brick, Pamela L. 81,85
Briesemeisler, Jane A. 192
Brink, Steven D. 197
Brignam, Jean M. 106
nrink, Sum 71
Bristah, Christine A. 83
nrockhoff, Curtis L. 197
'rose, Robin D. 173
lnrosnan, Mary A. 225
nrown, Babette D. 174
: rown, Barbara 202
nrown, Barbara A. 89,123
nrown, Barbara A. 208
1: rown, Calvena 192
:1 rown, Christine M. 97,106
51rown, Gregory M. 216
nrown, Joan E. 225
'rown, Lawrence E. 86,180
'rown, Marcella M. 225
r'own, Michael G. 160
'rown, Randall E. 95,225
'rown, Thomas J. 155
'rownlee, Carol H. 225
r'ownrigg, Linda L. 205
13 rudahl, Evan C. 212
'rue, William .1. 105,212
'rueggeman, Michael J. 197
'ruegger, Kathleen L. 225
1: runckhorst, William 90
'runetle, Jennifer A. 107,195
r'unett, Josephine P. 183
nrunner, Daniel M. 216
nrunner, Michael A. 216
nruns, Thomas F. 209
nrusda, Kenneth J. 225
'rusko, David .1. 217
nruss, Carol L. 182
nryan, William .1. 120,121
'ryant, John W. 121
'rylinke, Cathy A. 88,114,225
nub, Jacqueline A. 204
nuchanan, James J. 94
nuchanan, Nancy L. 225
nuckett, James D. 225
nuckley, Sheila M. 80,202
nudnik, Janet M. 114,203
'udyak, John J. 152,225
nudzien, Janice D. 225
'uege, Larry D. 185
nuelow, Gary D. 225
' uggs, Debra S.- 91
Euhl, Jeffrey P. 123,178
'u1leue, Linda E. 175
'under, Mark A. 225
'unkelman, Janet C. 182
unker, Mark A. 144
nunton, Jean E. 185
nurgett, Mary L. 83,225
'uri, Frederick J. 214
nurington, Kevin D. 160
nurke, Maureen E. 181
nurlingame, Ronald T. 144,189
'urman, Wanda A. 225
nums, Robert S. 111,196
'urton, Nathan M. 98,189,226
'urton, Susan R. 146,226
Buschke, Jean A. 207
Bush, Crystal D. 208
Bush, Steven A. 160
Buss, Judith M, 226
Butler, Jeffrey D. 114
Butler, Lenore M. 123,201
Cable, Robert J. 226
Caley, Sandra G. 226
Calhoun, Thomas W. 187
Calvelli, John W. 171
Camp, Lana J. 194
Campion, Bruce .1. 95,226
Canny, Nancy A. 90,91,185
Canright, Jean A. 226
Cara, Jane A. 113,138,201
Carey, Greg W. 226
Carl, De Anne L. 203
Carlos, Mark C. 178
Carlson, Herbert J. 226
Carlson, Mark A. 178
Carnie, Deborah 207
Carpenter, Charles P. 70
Carpeneter, David A. 213
Carpenter, Dennis C. 215
Carr, Melody M. 195
Curran, Carl K. 226
Carroll, James A. 108,109
Carroll, James B. 158
Carroll, Martin L. 190
Carroll, Thomas 160
Carson, Palmer A. 187
Carstens, Nancy E. 177
Carter, James P. 98
Carter, Chancellor William 22
Caruso, Anthony J. 212
Casanova, Eugene M. 149
Caspari, Bruce J. 209
Casperson, Steven B. 119
Cassingham. Jack 84
Castro, Douglas A. 199
Cavanaugh, Jeffrey C. 155
Cayne, Jeffrey C. 158,172
Cederho1m, Leonard L. 142
Cefalu, Tony G. 149
Censky, Steven C. 210
Cerk, Janet M. 183
Cerny, Philip R. 152
Cervenka, Candice H. 111,205
Chadek, Debra S. 94
Chamberlain, Chester L. 213
Chan, Carmen M. 184
Chan, Derek, K. C. 226
Chan, Patsy W. 182
Chan, Paul 98,226
Chan, Peter 226
Chan, Teresa W. 182
Chandek, Neal C. 102,111
Chandler, Mark D. 210
Chaney, Randall J. 199
Chaplean, Mark W. 185
Chapman, Cynthia L. 102,111
Chapman, Susan J. 97,192
Chapp, Diane K. 193
Chasco, Amy M. 194
Chase, Robert K. 87,119,149,
Cheatham, Edward E. 154
Chen, Mary W. 226
Chernak, Bruce R. 158,189
Chesnik, Thomas M. 121,172
Chevalier, Lori A. 95,183
Chilcote, Ronald D. 152,217
Chmelik, Arthur F. 217
Cho, Philip 189
Chopp Victoria L. 201
Christensen, Daniel J. 105
Christensen, Kathleen M. 107,
Christianson, Roger A. 210
Christie, John N. 199
Chu, Andy K. 212
Chuck, Nancy 5. 82,183
Ciebien, Martin B. 142,226
Ciha, Marlene A. 226
Clapper, Ruby C. 81,226
Clerk, Cynthia N. 128,175
Clar, Deborah M. 174
Clark, Kimberly A. 194
Clark, Linda S. 226
Clark, Robert J. 226
Clement, Deborah J. 226
Clerken, Claudia M. 156
Clifford, Robert E. 89
Cline, Carson L. 113,146
Clough, Sandra A. 226
Clougherty, Karen M. 95
Clougherly, Regis 95
Clowes, James R. 226
Clowes, Janis L. 177
Cobb, Charlene K. 106
Cofrin, Felica B. 194
Coghlan, Michael J. 197
Cohen, Michael C. 227
Cohen, Steven M. 114,120,121,
Cole Johnnie M. 154,201
Coleman, Henry S. 154
Coleman, John F. 216
Collings, Charles C. 160
Collins, Kimberly J. 201
C011ins, Liddie M. 81
Collins, Melanie A. 194
Colombe, Sandra J. 185
Colondro, William C. 71
Comeau, David L. 95
Comstock, Lynda L. 185
Conerty, Patrick J. 150,210
Conery, Paul J. 150
Conklin, Patricia L. 195
Con1on, Jeffrey C. 108
Connell, Kathleen A. 193
Conne11y, Kevin .1. 152
Connor, David G. 190
Conrardy, Susan M. 195
Conroy, Karen K. 227
Constance, Robert C. 227
Converse, Susan K. 227
Cook, David C. 211
Cook, Linda, A. 114,115,194
Cook, Tanya J. 202
Cook, Teresa L. 192
Cook, Victoria. L. 200
Cooley, Jalaine R. 193
Coonan, Daniel P. 216
Coonen, Lee N. 181
Cooper, Michael R. 227
Corcoran, Kathleen M. 200
Correll, Marcia L. 227
Cars, David A. 214
Cotton, Jay H. 212
Coughlin, Faith A. 184
Coughlin, John J. 227
Covery, Jayma L. 204
Cowley, James C. 150
Cox, .1111 S. 107,200
Cox, Stephen M. 120,121
Craig, Michael J. 227
Crass, Donna F. 227
Crawford, Shirley L. 81,95,227
Crawford, Wendy A. 175
Creek, Candace A. 227
Crevcoure, Steven J. 211
Cronin, Nancy J. 227
Cronin, Patrick J. 227
Crosley, Bonnie K. 208
Cruz, Ricardo 189
Crye, Christopher A. 102,111,
Cu11, Daniel R. 120
Cunningham, Susan C. 156
Current, Gary H. 189
Curry, Richard L. 189
Czajkowski, Jan V. 150,227
Czarniak, Keith M. 179
Czerwinski, Douglas E. 188
Daane, Gail A. 203
Dahl, James L. 227
Dahl, Susan M. 201
Dahmen, Bruce A. 227
Dahmen, Jeanne M. 95,227
Dahmen, Thomas J. 209
Dallman, Lynn M. 183
Daly, Kathleen E. 88,227
Daly, Gail E. 200
Dandridge, Barbara A. 154
Danie1s, James H. 142,227
Daniels, Terri L. 111,194
Danielson, Jeffrey 209
Danielson, John E. 185
Danse, Susan 194
Dascenzo, Susan M. 202
Dasenbrook, Norman D. 186
Davenport, Nancy A. 137
Davey, Robert L. 142
David, Robert R. 186
Davidson, Kathy 81
Davis, Donna .1. 104
Davis, John H. 171
Dawson, Ellen M. 227
Dawson, James T. 214
Deal, Donald W. 102,111
Dean, David F. 191
Dean, Nancy A. 206
Dehruine, James M. 227
Decker, Judd A. 152
Decker, Mary J. 175
Decker, Pat R. 217
Decker, Paul L. 227
Decker, Vicki L. 227
Deegan, Jess F. 118
Defnet, Paul A. 173
DeGrave, Charles J. 217
Dehring, Rick J. 215
Dekker, Debra J. 184
Delaney, Dennis 142
DeLosh, Diane M. 200
Demand, Stephen 5. 98,227
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Dembny, Rita M. 203
Demro, Susan J. 83
Deneen, Joan M. 202
Denemark, David L. 88,89,97,
Denemark, Meredith V. 97,124,
Denhartigh, Carla R. 228
I ndex-26 7
Denk, Donna M. 107,202
Denor, Barbara C. 193
Denu, Mark L. 152
Denzer, Carol L. 183
DePratt, Donald H. 152,215
Derke, Christine A. 192
Dessain, Mary 83
Dethmers, Bruce W. 228
Detro, Keith D. 297
DeYoung, Mary M. 192
Dibenardo, Ronald L. 94,228
Dickie, Dorothy S. 201
Dickmann, Amy B. 104,105
Dickmeyer, Deborah A. 193
Dieball, Gail L. 93,95,96,181
Diehl, Rhonda 195
Dierken, Kathleen A. 228
Dietrich, Janet E. 146,228
Dimitriou, Constonl 1. 86,211
Dion, Cynthia S. 192
Ding, Richard M. 179
Di Salvo, Kathleen M. 156,228
Dittcr, Daniel J. 228
Dixon, John J. 111
Dixon, Thomas L. 210
Djorup, Richard C. 217
Dobrecevich, Jeffrey M. 213
Dohmann, Shirley E. 83,94,105
Dolan, Paul F. 211
Dolezal, Susan E. 228
Dolohonty, Shane T. 212
Dombrowski, Daryl G. 158
Dombrowski, Janice M. 156
Domhrowski, William J. 86
Domres, Margaret L. 194
Domuret, Diana R. 228
Donohue, John M. 89
Dony, John J. 188
Dooge, Gary A. 228
Dooley, Jane E. 194
Doperalski, Gary W. 217
Dorion, William J. 209
Dornbos, David J. 188
Doster, Stephen .1. 150,228
Daugherty, Amy L. 195
Dougherty, Michael W. 150
Douvas, George W. 217
Dow, Parker W. 173,111
Doyle, Bradford P. 178
Drab, Steven W. 87,149
Draeger, Rebecca J. 208
Dragan, John D. 187
Drascic, David A. 228
Draves, Diane E. 193
Dresen, David L. 70,228
Dresen, Mark A. 172
Drew, Rose M. 228
Drummond, Judith A. 87,146,228
Dryja, Deborah J. 94
Dube, Paul L. 214
Duchin, Jeffrey S. 160
Duesterbeck, Sandra K. 184
Dumstrey, Kathleen B. 113,146,
Dunhouse, Steve J. 172
Dunkley. David C. 102,142
Dunn, Darlene L. 228
Dunn, Kathy L. 202
Dunn, Maureen M. 101,228
Dunne Kevin J. 215
Dunnigan, Gary D. 290
Durkin, Stephen T. 87
Durr, Jeffrey T. 102,109,111
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Dutcher, Debra H. 175
Dutcher, Roger L.
Duyser, Debra J.
Dvesing, Jonathan J.
Dwyer, Thomas C.
Dyer, Dwain A.
Dykstra, Beth A.
Dykstra, Tricia A.
Dyrhaug, James S.
Dziekan, John T,
Dziuba, Carla M.
Eachor, Nancy E.
Ebert, Robert A.
Ebert, William R.
Eberts, Tara N.
Eckola, Janice E.
Edington, William P.
Edstrand, Carl W.
Edwards, Cynthia L.
Edwards, Kathy L.
Edwards, Susan K.
Edwards, Vernon 0.
Egan, Jane C.
Ehrhardt, Robert W.
Eisenreich, Jill A.
Elias, Barbara A.
Ellenherger, James B.
Elliott, Patricia A.
Ellis, David J.
Ellsworth, Patricia .1.
Elmer, Beth A.
Elstrom, Diane A.
Embertson, Diane R.
Enck, Donald F.
Engel, Jeff L.
Engelhardt, Nancy L.
Ensley, Michael T.
Entress, Jeffrey J.
Enz, Gregory C.
Epping, Jerome J.
Epping, Timothy J.
Equi, Gregory R.
Erdman, Willard V.
Ericksen, Jeff C.
Erickson, Gregg W.
Erickson, Le Roy P.
Erickson, Morris T.
Erlinger, Lori A.
Ernst, Margaret R.
Esch, Jeanne E.
Espinosa, Joseph M.
Esser, John T.
Esser, Nancy E.
Etter, John J.
Etzel, Diane M.
Evancho, Darlene M.
Evans, Daniel R.
Evans Diane L.
Evans, Sally A.
Evans, William R.
Evers, William J.
Everson, Jeffrey M.
Fadness, Donna R. 229
Fadness, Jerry W. 197
Fairchild, Peggy J. 194
Fairchild, William W. 212
Faircloth, Shirley A. 229
Falk, Barbara J. 229
Falkowsk, Catherine J. 203
Farina, Dana J. 217
Farmer, Barbara J. 107,195
Farnham, Jeffrey C. 187
Farnham, Linda S. 113
Farrell, Denise J. 202
Fassl, Jeanine M. 97,106,229
Faulkner, Dean D. 229
Faust, James A. 160
Favell, Kenneth D. 88,108,114,
Fazekas, Rita R. 185
Febock, Mary A. 229
Feest, Denise J. 200
Feest, Gayle M. 195
Fehrman, Jane M. 229
Feigley, Cheryl A. 187
Felicijan, Sandra L. 194
Felker, Tom A. 70,211
Felkner, Gary D. 152
Felsecker, Mary C. 230
Fenhouse, Ruth A. 187
Fennell, Kristina M. 127
Fenwick, Thomas M. 111,173
Ferger, Timothy J. 158
Ferguson, Douglas S. 144
Ferguson, Ellen 230
Ferris, David W. 102,111
Ferschinger, Kathleen M. 230
Fetzger, James P. 230
Fick, Christine E. 82,181,230
Fiebrink, Mark E. 71
Fiegle, BHan L. 111
Fieldstad, Sharon A. 93,181
Figi, Matthew, L. 230
Filiatreau, Susan K. 202
Filut, Susan A. 185,230
Finco, Eiizabeth A. 230
Finke, Paul E. 2 212
Finley, Patrick D. 216
Finn. John M. 118
Finnegan, Michael B. 120,173
Firouzabadi, Amir 230
Fischer, Charles J. 172
Fischer, Edward A. 171
Fischer, Jeffrey A. 172
Fischer, Kathy E. 230
Fischer, Nancy J. 111
Fischer, Randall H. 197
Fischer, Robert E. 197
Fishbune, Mary J. 205
Fisher, Cheryl L. 230
Fisk, Victoria L. 116,176
Flack, Vici L. 87
Flaherty, Michael J. 196
Fleck, Cheryl A. 176
Fleck, Darrell G. 173
Fleig, Michael A. 197
Fleming, Carolyn M. 230
Fleming, Kevin J. 160
Fletcher, Robert C. 230
Flocker, Vickie J. 86
Flynn, Barbara J. 230
Fok, Danny D. 191
Follensbee, Todd E. 197
Fons, Margaret E. 176
Fonmine, Michael A. 191
Fontana, Cynthia A.
Forbes, Carl F.
Ford, Martin E.
Forman, Randy L.
Forner, Linda L.
Fornero, Kathleen A.
Forsman, Knute J.
Forte, Roberi D.
Foster, Patricia A.
Fragassi, Rita R.
Franjevic, Jennifer W.
Frank, Carol A.
Frank, Debra L.
Frank, Susan A.
Franzen, Kristan L.
Frasca, Marcy L.
Fraser, Thomas C.
Fraser, William J.
Frauenfelder, Neal A.
Fredericks, Anne A.
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Fredrickson, James A.
Freitag, Mary J.
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French, Leonard T.
Frey, Donn M.
Frick, Robert L.
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Froula, Lynn A.
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Fuller, Rick L.
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Gaffner, Roger A.
Gaglione, Thomas A.
Gagnier, Terry F.
Gajewski, Marlyce J.
Galarneau, Sharon A.
Galbraith, John L.
Galko, Ann D.
Gallagher, Gregory V.
Gallagher, Pamela S.
Gallatin, Leslie W.
Gallatin, Susan M.
Calle, Steve C.
Gallenbeck, Nancy J.
Galloway, Keith K.
Gallup, James R.
Galvin, Michael J.
Cans, Susan J.
Cantner, Gary J.
Garbe, Barbara M.
Garbos, Michael S.
Garreau, Robert G.
Garrett, Joseph L.
Garski, Kathryn A.
Gartland, Dan J.
Gaska, Cynthia A.
Catzke, Deborah S.
Gauger, Dawn B.
authier, Laurie J. 206
authier, Mary L. 105,231
avigan, David E. 172
ebel, Robert J. 124,197
ehrke, Randall T. 87
ehrke, Steven W. 102,109,111,
ehrt, Kenneth D. 98,231
eidel, Patricia A. 82,128,231
eiger, Mark J. 215
eisthardt, James E. 209
ename, Roger L. . 150
encheff, Christopher A. 190
enthe, William H. 190
erber, Steve .1. 179
ermer, Kristine A. 194
ernetzke, Michael E. 231
erretsen, Thom 89,186,231
erszewski, Mark L. 188
essert, William E. 190
etts, Susan A. 102,111
etz, Larry B. 111
evaert, John C. 98,231
evelinger, Joseph W. 230
higlieri, Sally A. 208
7iangrossi, David M. 150
ibbons, Patrick J. 160
ibson, Bruce C. 197
Jiesler, Thomas C. 114,115,214
ilbert, Judith L. 193
ilbertson, Kathleen M. 94,183
ilgenbach, Theresa L. 111,202
illund, Dennis M. 179
lazier, James J. 197
leisner, Mark R. 173
7lowe, Richard R. 209
lynn, Terry T. 180
natzig, Catherine R. 231
natzig, Hugh D. 161
wnatzig, Janet D. 156
neiser, GretavA. 138
obel, Steven M. 231
obin, Carolyn J. 114,116,176
odfrey, Thomas D. 158
oers, Joan P. 156
oetzke, William D. 231
0hr, Beth D. 231
oldberg, Pamela J. 140,232
oodrum, Charles 181
. Godspeed, Mary Pat 147,232
1ordon, Lisa 88
ordon, William R. 94
ordy, Michael P. 89
orman, Christine M. 208
orski, Judith T. 195
orski, Peter T. 105,108
wovernile, Cindy L. 208
rady, Michael H. 158
yraf, John E. 173
yraham, Arthur J. 149
raham, David 136
1raham, Glen G. 158
raham, Vincent L. 189
rams, Cheryl R. 206
1raunke, Kevin G. 84,88,89
raves, Laurie E. 176
my, Michael S. 197
my, Rufus L. 213
ray, Sue A. 232
raycarek, Karen M. 202
raycarek, Rick A. 158
reatsinger, William J. 214
rebel, Susan A. 232
reen, Henry N. 181
reenhalgh, Kathleen C. 113,
Gregori, Antonia 205
Greifenhagen, Frederic R. 181
Grenawalt, Diane R. 195
Griffin, Kelly A. 201
Griggel, Cynthia M. 156
Grimes, Garry K. 154
Grimes, Larry J. 154
Grimm, Charles B. 232
Grisa, Heidi M. 111
Grobarchik, Daniel A. 172
Groener, Sandra M. 84,111
Gromacki, Alan A. 150
Gromiuk, Brenda G. 140
Groninger, Karen A. 232
Gross, Robert J. 209
Crosse, Dwight B. 209
Crossheim, David R. 214
Crossman, Stephen R. 214
Groth, Linda J. 84,182
Grove, Virginia .1. 232
Grube, Richard J. 158
Gruenberg, Craig L. 196
Gryszkiewicz, Teresa 204
Guagliardo, Kathleen M. 82,
Gueltzow, Gary A. 232
Guinen, Ann J. 183
Gumm, James G. 232
Gundrum, Lawrence J. 232
Cundrum, Steven J. 216
Gundrum, Thomas P. 149
Gunther, Janis M. 232
Guralski, Virgil J. 114
Gurinian, Debra J. 187
Gust, Peter L. 232
Gutowski, Michael L. 87,149
Gygax, Phyllis .1. 175,232
Hang, Kendall W. 171
Haas, Mark P. 188
Haas, Theresa A. 232
Haberman, Michael A. 190
Hadley, Debbie J. 108,175
Haen, Paul D. 196
Hafer, George 88
Hahn, Jane M. 96
Hahn, Nancy M. 105,194
Haidinger, Ronnie D. 197
Haines, Gregory D. 212
Hakes, Barbara J. 187
Haldiman, Martha C. 175
Hale, Geoffrey R. 161
Halgerson, Sandra L. 111
Hall, John R. 212
Hall, Patricia A. 140
Halpin, Michael E. 174
Halvensleben, Susan K. 107,201
Halverson, Larry D. 97,106
Hamblin, William M. 123,188
Hamilton, Ralph B. 158
Hamilton, William E. 190
Hamlin, Robert W. 120,121
Hammang, Steven E. 211
Hammarlund, Diane E. 93,97,200
Hammiller, Ruth E. 96,232
Hamre, Beverly J. 232
Hanaman, Jeffrey J. 161
Haney, Holly A. 113,157
Hanke, Alan G. 152
Hankes, Thomas F. 232
Hanko, Sally S. 232
Hansen, Thomas R. 98,185
Hanser, James W. 209
Hansmann, Henry D. 232
Hansmann, Keith M. 91,232
Hanson, Ann M. 96,232
Hanson, Jeffrey C. 197
Hanson, Marc A. 213
Hanson, Richard S. 214
Hanson, Sally D. 232
Hanson, Susan R. 176
Harber, Valerie J. 177
Hardy, Gerald M. 119,232
Harker, Ann L. 157
Harper, David M. 98
Harris, Kent P. 197
Harris, Larry E. 136
Harrison, Gary R. 152
Harrop, Edward A. 149
Harry, Anne L. 233
Hart, Edith E. 105,232
Hart, Kevin R. 111
Hartwig, Pamela S. 100
Hartzell, Linda S. 147,232
Harwood, Candy D. 206
Harwood, Cheri L. 233
Hallen, Judy L. 192
Hang, Dean E. 96,233
Hauge, Steven C. 209
Haugen, De Ann K. 233
Haugen, Rilla .1. 104,111
Haugen, Steve 0. 199
Hauke, Carol J. 207
Haupt, Carol A. 105,233
Haut, Paul R. 197
Hayden, Donald P. 150
Hayden, Marcia A. 140
Haydon, Barbara J. 233
Hayduk, Heidi M. 104,107
Hayman, Linda C. 202
Haynes, Paul G. 233
Hays, Jean M. 107,202
Hays, Mary E. 157
Hebden, John D. 233
Herringa, Nancy C. 174
Hefter, Sharon L. 184
Hegeman, William R. 197
Heger, Jane M, 80,87,94,111,
Hehn, Terri A. 97,204
Heibel, Michael R. 233
Heidemanno, Paul L. 214
Heiden, Patricia L. 208
Heiden, Richard B. 233
Heim, Glenn W. 233
Heim, Gunner J. 155
Heiman, Julie 107,194
Heinrich, Mary M. 87,96,114
Heinrichs, Mary E. 202
Heiting, Gerard J. 197
Helberg, Leslie 209
Helbing, Rick 0. 233
Held, Jon P. 71
Heldt, Gail L. 233
Heling, Janice C. 111
Hellenlhal, Ann M. 133
Heller, Luther L. 199
Heller, Mary L. 233
Heller, Rebekah L. 181
Helom, Judith K. 233
Hembree, Paula E. 133
Hemmens, James R. 233
Henderson, Thomasine M. 182
Hendricks, Barbara J. 86,113,137
Hendricks, Beverly E. 194
Hendricks, Carolyn D. 233
Hendrickson, James A. 212
Henney, William J. 144,233
Henning, Howard R.
Henning, Shelly J.
Henry, Bruce A.
Hensen, Barbara L.
Henlhorn, Cheryl L.
Herbes, William F.
Herkelmann, Kathryn L.
Herman, Deborah S.
Herman, Jean E.
Herman, Marvin P.
Hermsen, Charles R.
Hermus, Nancy K.
Herr, Catherine J.
Herrmann, Jeffrey C.
Herrmann, Susan E.
Heyer, Michael R.
Hibbard, Jeff D.
Hieber, Pamela E.
Hilfer, Pamela L.
Hill, Princess A.
Hillebrandt, Mary P.
Hilleshiem, Susan L.
Hillianger, John L.
Hilsberg, Thomas L.
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ge, David G.
-gel, Deborah A.
hle, Jane M.
-kenham, Dave J.
alen, David M.
41m, Elizabeth C.
,, lmar, James D.
4 lumbo, Joseph J.
r: ndow, Mike A.
-: nlener, William E.
4 nter, Jean R.
pia, Margaret J.
c pich, Gerald E.
pke, Arlene J.
-ppa, William P.
--. ppas, Mike T.
-rce11, Kevin J.
: rfitt, Karen J.
-rkman, Rebecca C.
rks, John R.
e rks, Michael A.
rsloe, Gregory C.
a rulski, Michael J.
: ruzynski, Debra A.
schke, Jean M.
ssini, Jennifer L.
sutin, Gerald J.
-. tel, Asi M.
tel, Pravin M.
ton, James J.
1:ukner, Kenneth K.
'ulson, Jeffery M.
-ulson, Marsha L.
ausback, Richard M.
eashey, Robert J.
ck, Doreen G.
-dri, Mary A.
ebles, Joel L.
lton, Margaret A.
-nev, Christian A.
enkoske, John R.
ennislon, Jody A.
0t, Alice L.
ercival, Joseph J.
errelle, Debra L.
errin, David L.
erry, Edward J.
erry, Thomas K.
esche, John K.
esek, Steven J.
eternell, Michelle M.
eters, Gary L.
eters, Leslie A.
eters, Linda J.
etersen, Jeffrey S.
eterson, Charles A.
eterson, Gary E.
Peterson, Henry C. 212
Peterson, Jennifer J. 113,139
Peterson, John H. 179
Peterson, Nancy J. 141
Peterson, Richard A. 217
Peterson, Stephen A. 199
Peterson, Susan E. 182
Pelil, John C. 245
Peyton, Patrick H. 245
Pfaeffle, Kathleen S. 113
Pfanzelter, David ,1. 94,196
Pfarr, Gayle M. 192,245
Pfarrer, Valarie A. 192
Pfeffer, Steven L. 142,245
Pfeil, David G. 212
Pfeil, Robert J. 117,216
Pham, Vinh Q. 179
Phillips, Gary A. 161
Phillips, Susan K. 105,106
Pichelman, Peter P. 245
Pieart, Scott S. 152
Pieart, Terry L. 245
Pierce, Kristine C. 245
Pierce, Victoria L. 185
Pilichowski, Donna L. 245
Pinnow, Susan K. 245
Pintar, Gregory M. 151
Pinto, John S. 114,124
Pitts, Joseph D. 123,216
Pizzichini, Anthony L. 245
Platek, Debra L. 157
Plewa, Lynn M. 176
Poblocki, Marcia A. 245
Poczalek, Elaine D. 187
Podnar, Rita A. 111,177
Poeppel, Patricia M. 86
Poethig, William P. 245
Poglitsch, Richard A. 197
Poile, Barbara S. 126,245
Polasek, Joseph P. 114,115
Pollina, Cemma A. 107,176
Polzin, Linda M. 206
Pomeroy, Sally A. 200
Pontel, Diane H. 175
Popa, Mary J. 111,208
Pope, Jeanne M. 118
Popelka, Carl B. 179
Popowycz, Michael 245
Popper, Robert C. 152
Poqueue, Dale F. 211
Porter, Douglas L. 245
Posanski, James 159
Posorske, Robert A. 149
Pospyhalla, Joan M. 93,165,205
Potokar, Joseph D. 70
Pott, Michael M. 85,245
Potter, Martin B. 197
Potter, Nancy J. 137
Powell, Ronald E. 136,189
Powell, Susan K. 202
Power, John C. 209
Powers, Jean A. 200
Prahl, Bonnie J. 81,94
Prasher, John A. 191
Prasse, Brad L. 210
Pratt, Joseph A. 215
Presslein, Janet L. 81,93,96,184
Preuschl, Mark E. 215
Priaulx, Gary E. 70
Price, Roger W. 114,116,215
Price, Vicki A. 102,111,193
Price, William S. 172
Priegel, Richard V. 212,245
Priewe, David A. 246
Priske, Al ,1.
Pritchard, Debra D.
Prochazka, Lynn S.
Prochowicz, Thomas F.
Pryce, Peggy A.
Pudleiner, Karen L.
Puerschner, Lori J.
Pullen, Keith M.
Pulliam, Willie J.
Pulsford, George H.
Pulvermacher, Victoria .1.
Pustina, Arthur K.
Putz, David W.
Pulzwald, Robert A.
Pyzyk, Joseph T.
Qualley, Jeffry J.
Qualmann, David M.
Qualmann, Gene K.
Queen, Roger B.
Quigley, Michael G.
Quinn, Barbara J.
Quinn, Mary Ellen
Rabiozadeh, Mansour T.
Raccoli, Roberta L.
Radloff, Yvonne M.
Radosta, Jon A.
Radovan, Patrick J.
Radowski, Steven J.
Radlke, Dianna J.
Radwill, Richard J.
Raftery, John E.
Ragert, John E.
Rahn, Cheri J.
Rakun, Anthony S.
Ramage, Sally A.
Ramsier, Wesley R.
Randolph, Deborah C.
Ranke, Marcia E.
Rasmussen, Joanne M.
Rasmussen, Judith L.
Rath, George E.
Rathjen, Jeffrey N.
Ratzlaff, Darlene M.
Ratzlaff, Vicki L.
Rausch, Marc A.
Rawski, Mark W.
Rea, Mary F.
Real, Holly A.
Recknagel, David E.
Rediske, James E.
Reed, Jeffery W.
Reed, Kendall N.
Reeners, Denise M.
Reese, Sandra L.
Reeves, Kris J.
Regel, Jerome M.
Regis, Ross M.
Regner, Randy R.
Rehfeldl, David J.
Reich, Jeffrey S.
Reich, Nancy C.
Reichel, Daniel J.
Reichert, Vicki L.
Reid, Carl A.
Reid, Daniel L.
Reid, Ellen K.
Reilly, Cynthia L.
Reilly, Edward V.
Reimer, Daniel 0.
Reimer, Vicki L.
Reisel, Kenneth R.
Renk, Linda M.
Renner, Barbara J.
Reschen berg, Kevin M.
Ressner, Richard M.
Rice, Gary E.
Rice, Rodnee S.
Rice, Terrence K.
Rich, Alice .1.
Rich, Pamela M.
Richardson, Linda E.
Rickerl, Carol A.
Rieck, Michael R.
Rieger, Heidi C.
Riekkoff, Ross J.
Rigney, Lorna, R.
Riley, Christopher J.
Riley, Daniel P.
Rima, Robin R.
Rinaldi, Denise M.
Rindfleisch, Susan C.
Ripp, LuAnn C.
Riskin, Kathleen A.
Ritzman, Steven K.
Roberts, Deborah L.
Robins, Jessica J.
Robinson, Scott H.
Rohle, Dale J.
Rohoke, Janet M.
Roby, Bonnie R.
Rode, Kristie L.
Rode, Leah R.
Rodee, Carlene A.
Rodgers, Bradley A.
Rodgers, Sally J.
Rodriguez, Juan H.
Roerdink, Robert J.
Rothler, Judy K.
Roethler, Lois M.
Rogers, Linda C.
Roherly, Katherine M.
Rollefson, Megan E.
Rollinger, Lina M.
Rollgen, Therese R.
Rooney, David R.
Roper, William C.
Rose, Jeffrey T.
Rosenthal, Debra A.
Rosenthal, Neil F.
Roskopf, Carol 1.
Rosko, Kathy J.
Ross, Carol A.
Ross, Jonathan S.
Rothen berger, Larry E.
Rotter, Sanford J.
Route, Cynthia A.
Royal, Lenoah H.
Rubalt, John A.
Rude, John E.
I ndex-Z 73
Rue, Randall G. 211
Ruesch, Mary E. 111
Rufener, Walter J. 197
Ruge, Debra L. 182
Rum, Sandy M. 247
Rummler, Linda J. 247
Runte, Patrick M. 95,247
Ruppel, Philip A. 247
Rusch, Dale A. 214
Rusch, Patricia .1. 94,111,202
Rusch, Sharyl L. 247
Rusche, Joseph A. 145
Rusleberg, Greg M. 153,217
Ruthenherg, Karl N. 102,111,
Rulkowski, Marilyn F. 193
Rutledge, Thomas J. 87,149,
Rulzky, Alise M. 193
Ryan, Darcy A. 141
Ryan, Michael R. 197
Rygh, Karen S. 247
Saalsaa, David E. 247
Sadlon, Mary A. 139
Sadowski, Erwin J. 153
Sadowski, Gail M. 107,195
Safarik, Marilyn 187
Sagen, Susan J. 247
Sahy, Mark B. 111
Sajdak, Suzanne M. 183
Saladin, Michelle A. 139,205
Salamone, Julie A. 107
Salerno, Marilyn J. 140,247
Salter, Mitchell B. 159
Salvo, Barbara A. 181
Sampson, Derek 217
Sampson, James M. 108,190
Samuelsom, Donald J. 188
Sandee, Michele M. 201
Sanders, James A. 102,121
Sanders, Mary Ann 123
Sanderson, Scott K. 181
Sandleback, John J. 247
Sandy, Larry R. 209
Sanew, Thomas K. 212
Sanford, Craig W. 95
Sannes, Mary L. 247
Saramandich, Alexandra V. 207
Saramandich, Michael R. 188
Sarow, Ronald C. 212
Sattler, Julie E. 208
Sattler, Lorene M. 102,104,
Saugstad, Cheryl L. 114
Sawatske, Stephen H. 151,187
Sawicki, Dan K. 174
Schaefer, Colleen M. 202
Schaefer, Heather E. 84,247
Schaen, Michael R. 212
Schallhorn, Beth E. 247
Schallhorn, Lora J. 200
Scharine, Thomas A. 248
Scharschmidt, Kathleen A. 248
Schauer, Anthony D. 216
Schauer, April C. 200
Schauer, Thomas P. 248
Schell, Jody A. 248
Schenning, Jeffry J. 174,248
Schepp, Gary L. 211
Scherer, Karen A. 174
Schewe, Debra M. 193
Schick, Cheryl A. 195
Schieble, David J. 248
Schiefelbein, Donna M. 176
Schieldt, Rovera J. 248
Schiele, Carol L. 87,248
Schild, Betty L. 248
Schilke, Janis E. 248
Schiller, Stephen F. 102,109,
Schilling, Pearl N. 183
Schimer, Lee 102
Schissel, Michael R. 89
Schlagenhauf, Diane J. 194
Schlager, Joan R. 201
Schlaugat, Sandra K. 89,182
Schleicher, Jeffrey L. 111,185
Schleicher, Constance A. 248
Schleicher, Nancy L. 195
Schlichter, Mark E. 161
Schlichting, Karen A. 139
Schlieve, Paul L. 111
Schmalowski, Cynthia M. 248
Schmerse, Daniel N. 120
Schmidt, Charles R. 248
Schmidt, Daniel J. 214
Schmidt, David E. 147
Schmidt, Marc B. 153
Schmidt, Patrick H. 174
Schmiedin, David R. 172
Schmitt, Mark T. 102
Schmitt, Sandra L. 185
Schmitz, Anthony B. 199
Schmitz, Paul D. 144
Schmitz, Wayne A. 145
Schmuhl, Mark H. 181
Schneider, Carol L. 192
Schneider, James W. 211
Schneider, Jay R. 197
Schneider, Kathleen E. 207
Schneider, Linda L. 102,111,
Schneider, Tina L. 248
Schneiker, Christa 84
Schneiker, Ruth E. 87,186
Schnuck, Mary S. 88
Schoenecker, Elizabeth 203
Schoephoerster, Bonita S. 248
Scholz, Michael J. 248
Schoofs, Jean M. 83,96,248
Schoofs, Robert J. 212
Schott, Alan 0. 199
Schowalter, Richard J. 173
Schrank, William L. 106,108,
Schraufnagel, Stanley A. 216
Schroeder, Eileen L. 120,176
Schroeder, Kim C. 208
Schroeder, Lisa F. 207
Schroeer, Paula B. 248
Schuelke, Ann E. 204
Schueller, Mary B. 248
Schuessler, James E. 159
Schuette, Paul C. 209
Schuld, Bob W. 248
Schuler, Mary A. 141
Schultz, Francine M. 111,206
Schultz, Glenn L. 159
Schultz, George W. 191,248
Schultz, Susan J. 200
Schultz, Susan M. 111,194
Schultz, Thomas F. 145
Schulz, Susan L. 192
Schumacher, Linda 137
Schumann, Joel W. 248
Schuren, Wendy J. 83,96
Schuster, Peter G. 213
Schuster, Robert F. 211
Schuttler, Pamela A. 205
Schutz, Robert J. 213
Schwab, Richard J. 209
Schwahn, Diane F. 194
Schwahn, Ken R. 248
Schwartz, Marlene L. 192
Schwartz, Noda M. 248
Schweitzer, Elieen A. 176
Schwerlfeger, Virginia M. 107
Schwichtenberg, Carol A. 249
Scott, Craig L. 249
Scott, Kathleen A. 91
Scott, Laurel A. 249
Scott, Linda K. 81,157,203
Scott, Pamela L. 249
Scoviak, Mary J. 88
Scuglik, David A. 172
Scuglik, Frank S. 181
Sdano, Rochelle M. 166
Seeker, Anne K. 193
Seeger, Carol A. 88,127
Seering, Scott W. 212
Sefton, William A. 102,249
Seip, Linda M. 194
Seivert, Craig T. 212
Selensky, Ralph M. 86,173
Sell, Glenn A. 249
Sell, Thomas E. 216
Semanko, Gay E. 249
Semonis, Gail P. 183
Senk, Jacqueline S. 97
Serak, Patricia A. 207
Serpe, Elizabeth M. 249
Seston, Larry D. 157
Setser, Paul T. 89,98
Setzer, Kevin E. 215
Seurer, Rosanne D. 193,249
Shadof, Luanne H. 201
Shalbrack, Timothy S. 210
Shallock, Cheri 137
Sharkey, Patricia K. 88
Shaw, Steven M. 70
Shea, Patti Jo 204
Sheffield, Barbara A. 249
Sherey, Arnold 1. 143,185
Shifferraw, Matiwos 191
Shimei', William L. 108,109,
Shoemaker, Jaffrey R. 159,171
Shoppe, Michele R. 111,177
Shugarts, Janet S. 175
Shukas, Perry T. 188
Shull, Barbara J. 249
Shultz, Fay S. 102,108,111
Shumann, Cheryl J. 175
Siebanaller, Mark A. 98,159
Sieckman, Robert J. 211
Siefkes, Joseph R. 214
Siegman, Jeffrey R. 149
Siever, Lynn 207
Sievers, Kim K. 106
Sieverl, Randell C. 102,249
Siffermann, Jean E. 192
Sigmund, Christine M. 105
Silverman, Jack R. 158
Silvola, Ann M. 182
Simmons, Janean L. 249
Simmons, Penny L. 249
Simon, Duane R. 214
Simonis, William E. 152
Simons, Carolyn L. 105
Sims, Mary U. 154
Sity, David M. 190
Skalmoski, Barbara A. 249
Skoglund, Deborah M. ' 182
Skrenes, Ronald T.
Slack, Laurie A.
Slane, Patrick D.
Slavin, John N.
Slawson, Jeffrey A.
Slimmer, Judith A.
Slowinski, Marcia J.
Smale, Pamela J.
Small, James C.
Smerchek, Kenneth R.
Smith, Anita J.
Smith, Cheryl A.
Smith, Constance M.
Smith, Kevin B.
Smith Rick L.
Smith, Steven W.
Smith, Wesley W.
Smithback, Lynn J.
Smits, David 0.
Smukal, Amy J.
Snart, Ruth M.
Snave, Joan P.
Sniff, Richard F.
Snively, Robert G.
Snyder, Debra L.
Sobie, Timothy A.
Sobotke, Thomas M.
Sodemann, Thomas C.
Soderquist, Donna L.
Soer, Pamela J.
Solan, Kenneth A.
Soleimani, Amir H.
Solokski, Jerilyn A.
Sommerfeldt, Marc J.
Sonnenberg, William E.
Sorenson, Jon D.
Sorenson, Judith L.
Sorenson, Linda M.
Sorenson, Lori L.
Sova, Arnold R.
Spaeth, Elizabeth A.
Spanton, Kathleen M.
Spvanton, Victor R.
Sparby, Ruth E.
Sparks, Barbara J.
Spellman, Darcy G.
Spencer, Richard W.
Spindler, Judith M.
Spoke, Veronica K.
Staab, Susan B.
Stachnik, John D.
Stack, Danny G.
Stalker, Joanne L.
Stampfl, John W.
Stanek, Michael R.
Stanford, Katherine M.
Stange, Robert F.
Stanley, Karen E.
Stanowsky, Kaye E.
Stanton, Kathryn S.
Stark, Meri A.
Stark, Patricia J.
Stauff, Richard C.
Slaves, Dale D.
Stawarz, Patricia A.
Stebbins, Susan L.
Steele, Linelle F.
teffens, Kevin M. 174
leidl, Michael R. 153
ein, Daniel J. 214
lein, James M. 212
teinacker, James M. 197
leiner, Miriam D. 102,111,177
leingraber, Lois J. 250
leingraber, Roger R. 98
leinke, Brad G. 111,196
lekelberg, Debbie A. 250
lellpflug, James R. 250
tenger, Daniel R. 250
lephan, Susan L. 128,250
Lepke, Krysten M. 81,113,156,
erlinske, Susan E. 187
tern, Dennis W. 197
levens, Terry E. 157
1ewarl, Joyce A. 187
kewart, Leon 136
libbe, Jane E. 201
1inebrink, Jerry L. 250
1iska, Ruth A. 157,250
1. Louis, James S. 217
took, Cindy L. 204
tocker, Steven C. 250
ioddard, Kevin W. 250
toflet, Jeffrey M. 151
toller, Darlene J. 250'
tolpe, Kerstin G. 207
one, James D. 210
toneberg, John A. 217
oneking, Lewis 26
torer, Edwin W. 89,197
tout, Michael D. 215
toveken, Mary B. 203,250
tozek, Norman E. 157
traits, Colette M. 250
trauss, Carol A. 203
prauss, Sherri A. 185
lrauss, Thomas R. 173
tringer, Toni A. 113,138
Lroesenreuther, George D. 209
Lrohm, Gregory J. 102,109,
lrong, Greg W. 211
lroud, Richey C. 187
turm, Paul J. 143,250
Lurteyant, Kay E. 85
hchomel, Gregory A. 143,178
uess, Lori L. 251
uhr, Mary A. 192
'ulik', Jolin F. 158
Lllivan, Craig D. 197
Pllivan, Daniel J. 171
ullivan, David J. 151,251
ullivan, Jay L. 180
hllivan, Margaret A. 251
ullivan, Mark K. 172
ummers, Katherine 147
ummers, Stephen 117
ussek, Philip R. 98
hoboda, David W. 197
voboda, Kathleen M. 107
Man, Peter R. 217
Wanson, Debra L. 176
Manson, Glen R. 214
wanstrom, Susan C. 93,95
earingen, Marjorie J. 139
lweemer, Timothy D. 98,210
weeney, Patricia D. 157,251
weeney, Patrick T. 209
weeney, Thomas E. 188
wenson, Douglas D. 196
etland, Thomas J. 155
ingen, Richard A. 95
Swofford, Hugh W.
Syring, Diane L.
Szalapski, Julian J.
Szulezewski, Donald F.
Taggart, Charles H.
Tagge, Bonnie M.
Tallgren, Deborah L.
Tam, Eric C.
Tambourine, Ronald T.
Tanski, Gregory R.
Tarkowski, Jerome J.
Tarsitano, Nancy C.
Taube, Michele L.
Taugher, Patrick M.
Tauscher, Allan P.
Tautges, John F.
Taylor, Helen A.
Taylor, Lee S.
Tchao, May M.
Teachout, Kim L.
Teclaw, Jerome M.
Teed, Russell L.
Tenhaken, John W.
Terry, Patrick M.
Terwall, Robert G.
Tesch, Ann Marie
Teske, Alan S.
Tessar, James A.
Tessmann, Cardl J.
Testin, Larry J.
Tetzlaff, Dale R.
TeWinkle, Randall V.
Thiel, Darla K.
Thielke, Sharon J.
Thies, Alan H.
Thom, Patricia A.
Thoma, Joseph P.
Thomas, Connie S.
Thomas, Dave R.
Thomas, Scott M.
Thompson, Cheryl L.
Thompson, Curtis A.
Thompson, Cynthia L.
Thompson, Gary M.
Thompson, Laurie S.
Thompson, Mary J.
Thompson, Nancy K.
Thompson, Steven M.
Thompson, Vicki E.
Thoreson, David G.
Thur, Cynthia M.
Tibbitts, Patricia A.
Tiede, Susan J.
Tiefenthaler, Dorothy L.
Tietsen, James L.
Timm, Timothy R.
Timmer, Jean A.
Timmerman, Karen L.
Timms, Pamela M.
Tipps, Mike J.
To, Tony K.
Todd, Tomee S.
Todryk, Jeffrey T.
Toftum, Caroline A.
Tolbert, Gregory L. 136
Tollack, Hugh L. 181
Tomczok, Carol A. 252
Tomlinson, Joan M. 102,252
Tomlinson, Susan R. 193
Tonstad, Michael D. 181
Toomey, Susan L. 208
Torhorsl, Louise C. 193
Tortorella, Karen T. 113
Townsend, Fredrick J. 188
Townsend, Patricia 82
Tracy, Richard C. 94,173
Traiber, Paul M. 95,252
Trainer, Flamond L. 199
Tranel, Sandra L. 97,185
Tranter, James E. 215
Travis, Linda S. 104,105
Tremble, Jeffery E. 188
Treml, Carl M. 153,215
Treml, Glen F. 152,252
Treml, Joseph J. 145
Trepczyk, Thomas E. 197
Trevino, Margo M. 111
Trilling, John J. 211
Trost, Mary T. 252
Trummer, Aaron J. 149,252
Trznadel, Patricia A. 181
Tsang, Jenny W. 184
Tsang, Wai Guen S. 184
Tschohl, Mark M. 102,111
Tso, Ellen . 84,182
Tuhbs, Henry A. 252
Tucker, Juanita A. 104
Tucker, Terry L. 190
Tuinstra, Melody 102,111
Tumler, Vicki L. 141,252
Turek, Patricia A. 96,113,252
Turner, Patrick 179
Turner, Robert A. 212
Turner, Vicki L. 252
Tushinski, Paul A. 215
Tweet, Victoria S. 205
Twelmeyer, Betty J. 252,
Udell, Gerald 98
Ulma, Jane E. 208
Ulma, Lorelei 111,139
Ungemach, Cynthia A. 252
Uphoff, Kristi R. 207
Ulke, Jane B. 252
Uttech, Sue C. 105
Uzelac, Michael M. 217
Valetti, Gary J. 153
Van Bogart, Lynn M. 96,252
Vande Bogart, Thomas F. 252
Van De Laarschot, Mary L. 93,
Vanden Branden, Paul R. 196
Vanden Heuvel, Richard E. 89
Van Dyke, Judith A. 183
Van Geem, Deborah L. 193
Vangen, Vernon C. 119
Van Hoof, Christine .1. 147
Van Meter, Wayne R. 199
Van Vonderen, Gary J. 97,252
Varela, Marcella 195
Vasiljevich, Janice A. 81
Veitch, Jeneen N. 252
Velzka, Janet M. 252
Verdegan, Barry M.
Vernon, Donald S.
Vernon, John E.
Verstegem, Sue A.
Veto, Patricia M.
Vick, Deanna L.
Victory, Maryann L.
Viemeister, David .
Viemeister, Paul E.
Viesselmann, Mark A.
Viesselmann, Scott A.
Vilhauer, Dean A.
Villarreal, Antonio R.
Villiesse, Edward J.
Viney, William D.
Vogel, James S.
Vogel, William L.
Vogt, Richard T.
Vogts, Susan K.
Voit, Dennis J.
Volkert, Barbara C.
Vollmer, Karen A.
Von Bergen, Marilyn R.
Voss, Patrick, F.
Wacek, Richard E.
Wade, William F.
Waelchli, Jeanne R.
Wagie, Dennis E.
Wagler, Robert P.
Wagner, James J.
Wagner, Kristine A.
Wakeman, Donald M.
Walden, Dean A.
Weldron, Jane A.
Wales, Brian W.
Walker, Weylin O.
Walkowicz, Edward J.
Wallace, Gloria J.
Wallace, Jerome E.
Wallace, Mary S.
Wallace, Thomas R.
Wallin, Craig T.
Walsh, William J.
Walton, Michael A.
Waltz, Debra A.
Walworth, Bonnie L.
Wangerin, Ronald R.
Warda, Amy B.
Warden, Timothy J.
Warncke, Darrel D.
Warncke, Daniel G.
Warriner, Charles B.
Warrinef, Thomas G.
Warshauer, Michael G.
Washburn, Sally J.
Wat, Kai-Cheong D.
Watson, Susan H.
Waugamer, Robert M.
Wavrunek, Lawrence J.
Weaver, David R.
Weaver, Marla J.
Webb, Kathryn E.
Weber, Daniel E.
Weber, Debbie A.
I ndex42 75
Weber, Greg .1. 189
Weber, Richard R. 86
Weber, Rodney .1. 94,253
Weber, Stephen C. 88,89
Webster, Laura A. 102,104,105
Webster, Terry M. 159
Weddig, Lu Ann M. 193
Weeks, Cheryl A. 107,195
Wegener, Dale C. 214
Wegner, David F. 114,116,214
chner, Wally 121
Wehner, Eva M. 111,202
Wcidner, Vincent W. 191,253
Weiher, Debra L. 139,253
Weiland, John H. 105
WeiIand, Susan D. 105,106,195
Wciler, Norma .1. 253
Weinberg, Ruth A. 253
Weiner, Christine 107,205
Weingarl, Karen M. 202
Weinhold, Kristin A. 253
Weinkranz, Janet F. 253
Weise, Karen F. 177
Weismann, Judy 139
Weisnicht, Holly J. 193
Weiss, John L. 158
Weiss, Linda M. 253
Weitendorf, Frederick G. 149
Welke, Thomas E. 197
Wellach, Wynne .1. 113
Wellenstein, Mary E. 129,193
Weller, Virginia R. 203
Wellnilz, Alice J. 253
Wellnitz, Thomas M. 197
Wells, Ethel .1. 154
Welsch, Debra J. 200
Welsh, Charles E. 151
Welsh, Patresa K. 254
Welty, Pamela M. 195
W'endlandt, Donald L. 111
W'endlandt, W'illiam F. 143
chger, Beverly A. 165,205,254
Wenger, Bill 143
chzel, Cynthia J. 200
Wenzel, Darnell B. 197
Wenzel, Dennis L. 188
Wenzel, Mark A. 105,106,172
Wenzel, Wendy J. 141
Werch, Jeffrey L. 141
Werfa1,Jean A. 146
Wernecke, James A. 171
Weston, Gary A. 217
Weyenberg, Debra A. 138
ch1and, Betsy 88
Weymouth, Roxanne M. 105
Wheeler, Laura J. 193
Whisler, Robert D. 187,254
Whitaker, Wilson C. 196
Whitcomh, Meredith 202
White, Leonard C. 154
White, Phyllis .1. 176
Whileursl, Kim 197
Whitley, Robert E.
Whitman, Larry S.
Whitney, Diane L.
Whysol, Sandra L.
Wicen, Holly K.
Wick, Jeanne M.
Wick, Sandra E.
Wickey, Philip J.
Wieland, Deborah D.
Wierichs, Louis J.
Wiese, Cheryl A.
Wiesmann, Judy K.
Wiesner, Terry L.
Wiggin, Joan H.
Wikum, Shirley J.
Wilde, James R.
Wildman, Barbara J.
Wilke, Candace M.
Wilke, Martha A.
Wilkerson, Reginald E.
Williams, Bruce A.
Williams, Colin B.
Williams, Dale R.
Williams, David E.
Williams, Kenneth M.
Williams, Margaret A.
Williams, Patricia A.
Williams, Terry J.
Williams, Thomas B.
Willick, Karen A.
Willick, Kathy A.
Wilson, Scott E.'
Wilmet, John E.
Wilp, Robert W.
Wilsman, Cindy R.
VViIson, James D.
W'ilson, Marjorie L.
Wimmer, Marvin R.
Windcrl, Bonnie A.
Winger, Jean M.
Wingerl, John L.
Wingreen, Linda J.
Winiecki, Kathleen A.
Winn, Deborah A.
Winter, Marcial R.
Wirtz, Peter W.
Wise, Virgil J.
Wiskow, James C.
Witek, Dennis C.
Wine, Beth R.
Wittenmeier, Martin J.
Wittrock, David T.
Wittstock, John L. 209,254
Witt, Brad L. 106
Witzel, Karen A. 111,254
Wodke, Robert J. 159
Wolf, John T. 174
Wolf, Nancy A. 184
Wolfeld, Jeffrey I. 89
Wollinger, Katrina J. 254
Wollner, Barbara A. 184
Wonderly, Charles M. 108
Wondra, Eugene H. 149
Wong, David F. 191
Wong, Tina T. 195
Woo, Andy 255
Wood, Elaine M. 255
Wood, Jane M. 255
Woodin, Sharon K. 113,255
Woodliff, Brian R. 89
Woodruff, Heidi J. 182
Woodruff, James D. 188
Woods, Lawrence M. 212
Woods, Terri L. 206
Woosley, Glenda L. 176
Worby, Wendy L. 114,187
Worden, Richard A. 197
Worden, William F. 102,109,
Worlund, Bill J. 255
Worsey, Greg T. 197
Woznick, Debra .1. 80,111,206
Wright, Karen M. 255
Wrobel, Richard K. 197
Wu, Peter Y. 191
Wucherer, Jan T. 147,255
Wucherer, Robin M. 192
Wurtz, Linda 91
Wycklendl, Curtis J. 210
Wylie, Debra K. 200
Wyman, Mike 102
Wyszynski, Diane L. 255
Yakel, Mary J. 147,255
Yam, Jacky S. 212
Yau, Francis T.
Yerke, Gary L.
Young, Janet E.
Young, Mary E.
Youngbeck, John M.
Younger, Don C.
Younger, Jeffrey W.
Yule, James .1.
Yunker, Kelly C.
Yunker, Kent E.
Zach, John P.
Zakowski, Karen M.
Zander, David P.
Zanton, Robert A.
Zarek, James P.
Zastrow, Stephen W.
Zastrow, Susan M.
Zastrow, Terrence G.
Zeimet, Michael J.
Zeinemann, Steven A.
Zelinka, Randy L.
Zellmer, Carol A.
Zelmanski, Mary A.
Zelten, Diane M.
Zerbel, Jack A.
Ziegler, Sharon V.
Ziehr, Frances A.
Zielke, James F.
Zientek, Jane E.
Zihl, Nancy L.
Zillmer, Holly L.
Zimdois, Kurt B.
Zimmerman, Clyde D.
Zimmerman, Gail A.
Zimmermann, Bonnie J.
Zimmermann, John T.
Zirkovich, Deborah L.
Zizzo, Gary A.
Zmuda, Arlene M.
Zoril, Leslie J.
Zuccarello, Mark J.
Zweifel, Ronald F.
Zwygart, Mary C.
Perspective can be quickly lost.
Each year builds upon the previous one until they are no
more distinct than the pages in a catalog.
The purpose of yearbook is to help a reader recapture the
feeling of a year and remember himself as he was in 1974. A year-
book dated 1974 is meant to he read in 1989.
More than anything, the year was media oriented. Nothing
was doneefrom streaking in Esker Hall to Kissinger visiting
Paris without it being reported.
This insight into the year section should help to give some
It is placed at the back of the book because it is a belief that
yearbooks are most often read backwards.
The one sustaining story of the year was
The hearings held the nation spellbound
and made superstars of Senators Sam Er-
vin and Howard Baker.
Presidential advisers went down the
judicial drain one by one.
Cries for presidential impeachment were
seen on humperstiekers and heard in the
President Nixon staunchly denied in-
volvement but there was fear for the sur-
vival of the presidency.
On the international scene, Arabs and
Israelis were involved in more bloody war-
fare. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger
patched things up and according to some,
earned for himself the name HPeacemaker
0f the Worldf
Viee-president Spiro Agnew resigned
from office amid charges of campaign eor-
ruption. Gerald Ford was appointed his
The energy situation in 1974 became a
personal problem when gas pumps all
across the country were closed.
Some blamed the shortage 0n the Arab
oil embargo but others said it was about
time Americans stopped over-consuming
natural resources and turned their ther-
mostats down to save fuel.
The small car market boomed.
Deep thinkers wondered if the American
way of life would survive.
McDonaldas Quarter Pounder cost 650:.
W H mm
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1. Ramon nozzle
2. Zero dial:
3. Tum rod pump hondlcvu.
4. Put nozzle in gas tank.
5. kaonso gasoline.
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Streaking became a campus craze. Clad
in tennis shoes and occasionally a ski mask,
the streakers raced through classrooms,
court houses and theaters. Warm spring
weather brought out the streakers in great
Billie Jean King proved women could
play tennis when she beat Bobby Riggs in a
spectacular match at the Houston
Super horse Secretariat won the first
Triple Crown in 25 years.
Skylab Astronauts spent three months in
space and landed on the moon but few peo-
ple could name the men or remember
when they came home.
Henry Aaron sought to break Babe
Ruth95 career homerun mark.
Mohammed Ali regained the world
heavyweight boxing title.
Big movies of the year were: The Exor-
cist, Last Tango in Paris, American Grafit-
ti, The Sting.
Obituaries were written for Pablo
Casals, Edward G. Robinson, Pearl S.
Buck, Eddie Rickenbacker, J. R. R.
Tolkien, W. H. Auden, Noel Coward, Jac-
ques Lipchitz, Gene Krupa, David Ben-
Gurion, John Ford, Veronica Lake, Pablo
Picasso, Edward Steichen and Betty
1enemark, David .............. 6, 10,17,
8, 39, 88, 89, 97, 105, 106, 168, 218, 288.
1ebe1, Robert ................ 2, 6, 8, 9,
9, 27, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 41, 42,
3, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66,
7, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 83, 85, 93, 94, 97,
8, 99,101,106,107, 109,112,113,114,115,
23, 141, 155, 157, 170, 218, 219, 286, 287.
endrickson, James ........... 122, 169.
arman, Brett ................. 3, 12, 16,
8, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 33,
4, 35, 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 56, 47, 53, 56, 57,
8, 59, 69, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 84, 85, 90, 91,
2, 93, 95, 104, 105, 108, 114, 116, 118, 119,
22, 128, 129, 130, 131, 133, 134, 135, 136,
37, 138, 139, 140, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146,
47, 138, 149, 150, 151, 153, 154, 155, 156,
59, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 170,
74, 175, 176, 177, 181, 182, 183, 184, 192,
94, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202,
'03, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211,
12, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 219, 221, 283.
cCormick, Catherine ........... 13,218.
iller, Roger ................ 43, 60, 63.
orman, Paul ............ . . .18, 36, 37,
78, 179, 180, 181, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189,
90, 191, 193, 213.
'asulin, Gerald .............. 21, 29, 50,
4, 70, 72, 99, 112, 123, 124, 125.
'odriguez, Juan ............ 60, 61, 147.
5W . Mm '
1974 Minneiska Staff
A yearbook editor is always tired, often
hungry, and cold, usually lonely.
To say what of himself the editor gives to
a yearbook, one speaks of nervous
stomachs and tears, vonsevutive sleepless
nights and a year in which every thought is
monitored by a page layout or picture
The deadline comes ahead of personal
comfort, friends, and class work.
One editor may look back upon the work
of his predecessor and think how easy that
year must have been. But each editor faces
a trauma. As the staff changes, so do the
problems. The magnitude and multitude
Amid the responsibility and chaos, there
is a moment in the editoris day when he is
almost overcome by his significance. The
editor is the preserver of history, a
spokesman for the year and will live with
the hook into the life of each reader.
That seems to he as close to immortality
as one individual can expect to come by age
Editor-in-Chief ........................................ Brett Jarman
Theme Editor .................................. Catherine McCormick
Business Manager ................................... Anthony Rakun
Photo Editor .......................................... Robert Gebel
Adviser .................................................. Mary Mills
CAMPUS LIFE: Bev Bolz, Susan Stephan, editors, Ginny Boyd, Cindy
Clark, Debbie Frank, Beth Kroehler, Steve Mitchell.
SPORTS: Kathi Potter, Sharon Rindt, editors. Cliff Bira, Joe Espinosa.
GREEKS AND SENIORS: Bonnie Breen, editor. Barbara Langenfeld,
Carole Schroeder, Aaron Trummer, Mary Wellenstein.
INDEX: Patti Geidel, editor.
SALES STAFF: Paul Chan, Gail Daly, William Fraser, John Ceraert,
Marie Koviae, Steve Lautensehlager, Chuck Taggart, Jean Timmer, Joan
Sehlager, Ed Villiesse, Weylin Walker.
ORGANIZATIONS: Steve Mitchell, Debbie Frank.
TYPISTS: Gloria Boehm, Ellen Eaton, Debbie Skoglund.
SPECIAL SERVICES: Eileen Berninger, William Schulz, Glenn Sell.
SENIOR PORTRAITS: Root Photographers.
PRINTER: Inter-Collegiate Press.
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