University of Missouri - Savitar Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

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iGen. 378 Sa94 1976 n 1 g Savitar IIHIWWIIHWWNHINIIIHHWWHWIWIUHI 3 0000 00156427 1. MlD-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Genealogy a Local History Branch 317 W. Highway 24 Independence, MO 64050 E The 1976 Savitar is dedicated to Chancellor and Mrs. Herbert Schooling for their more than 40 years of devotion to education, of which the last 13 have been spent at thetU'niversity. The Schoolings represent the high standard of educational values to which most educators only aspire. .it is with great affec- tion and pride that the'1976 Savitar saiutesrthem. k . 37$;A94t '76 SAVITARt NI MCPL iii iliiiliiiiiiiiliiiililiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiili , v. , i . ' 3 0000 00156427 1., , i . Savitar 75. Cop . Sm hiThomaseW; Pilcher, and Nicholas M. Vedros. All rights greeslerveq. , : , . . . . H A I :fl. 0 h g .m U V m Bill Man Bill Marr iS'TRAHON N i ADM .1 ; a Ruth Cincou 2.5.5.. .9 ; Ed VicEYnghoff arr - pm. M Ed Vidinghoff n a m h a ,.n e L WVn-k-vzmoykty Calendar- l-I-I-I A-l-I-'V I I 7 13 25 27 29 ...,........2....2an .. . : 7 W , . August An early morning fire causes $3, 500 damages to Schlundt Hall. MSA opens first Housing Crisis Center as a result of Columbia housing shortage. Fall semester class work begins 7. 40 a. m. . . . ' Housing crisis continues as more than 500 names are on the dormItory waItIng IIst. Arlene Sampson MSA Office of Student Information iOSD resigns. She attacks MSA administration for iiimmaturityii in her letter of resignation. September 16 .17 18 1 9 2O 22 23 24 25 26 27 18 Labor Day Recess. Through the efforts of MSA, AWS and Vice Chancellor James Banning, a 1gynecoligist service begins at Student Health Clinic. Victor Marchetti speaks on the CIA. MSA Activities Mart is held on Lowry Street. SA Coffeehouse presents Bill Haynes. Styx and Vixen concert is held in Livestock Pavillion. Missouri beats Alabama in football, 20- 7. MSA protests library closing. Students unite in disgust at dicision to save money by closing library on Friday and Saturday evenings. Iowa Brass Quintet plays at Jesse Auditorium. Show-Me trip to St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets game. Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes concert is held in Livestock Pavillion. Jodie Capshaw is hired as MSAis first Iega educator.The legal educator program was made possible when the Board of Curators overruled the vetoes of Chancellor Schooling and President C. Brice Ratchford. This was the first time MSA followed the appeals process to the Board. It aIso marked one of the few occasions the decision of the University President was overturned. University police estimate publicly that 8092; of all crimes at UMC go unreported. Fred Harris, former senator from Oklahoma, speaks in Allen Auditorium. Bill Russell speaks in Jesse Auditorium. SA Coffeehouse presents Steve Martin. Missouri loses to Illinois in football, 30-20. Jodie Capshaw begins first day as legal educator. MSA conducts Blood Drive. lntervisitation hours are expanded to include the mornings of football Saturdays through the efforts of IRHA. Broadway Play: IIDon t Bother Me, I Can t Copeii. Patty Hearst is apprehended after a 19172 month search; one of the longest and most embarassing in FBI history. James Banning is named as the UMC Dean of Student Affairs. Missouri beats Wisconsin in football, 27-21. 1 3 4 11 12 13 15 17 18 20 24 25 October Sara Jane Moore attempts to assassinate President Ford. The shot misses him by only 5 feet. Show-Me Trip: Tiger football weekend to Ann Arbor, Michigan. Missouri loses to Michigan, 31-7. Student government leaders from colleges and universities all over the state meet in Columbia to start a state-wide student organization. One of the chief goals of the state assembly will be student representation on the Board of Curators. Arthur Knight speaks on Sex in the Cinema". Missouri beat Oklahoma State in football, 41-14. Oakland Ballet appears at Jesse Auditorium. Broadway Play: llOne Flew Over the Cuckools Nestll. Chancellor Schooling endorses MSAls Ombudsman program and Linda Wallace is selected to fill the position. SA Coffeehouse presents Danny Cox. Missouri loses to Colorado, 31-20. Show-Me Trip to Oktoberfest i,n Hermann, Missouri. New York City announces fiscal budget crisis. House decoration juding for Homecoming displays precedes snake dance to pep bonfire. Homecoming theme is uTiger Stars and Stripes Forever". Jennifer Drumm is crowned Homecoming Queen. Tigers defeat K-State in Homecoming contest, 35-3. . . - -2 WFuWM2w-Wy' November Missouri loses to Nebraska, 30-7. 3 MSA protests ABC,s portrayal of UMC as a hparty schooF, during halftime of Missouri, Nebraska football game aired nationally. The entire clip was filmed in Harpds. 7 SA Coffeehouse presents Cooper and Dodge. 8 Missouri trounces Iowa State in football, 44-14. 10 Beginning of AWS Women,s Week. Judith Christ speaks in Jesse Auditorium. Broadway Play: 217762; 14 War Concert is held at Hearnes. 15 Oklahoma squeaks by Tigers with a Iast-minute, 7O yd. scoring run, 27-26. 17 The Housers, Classical and Flamenco guitarists perform at Jesse Auditorium. 18 Angola declares independence and breaks 500 year-old ties with Portugal. 20 Mark Lane speaks on 2Who Killed JFKT, Hundreds of students are turned away from a packed Middlebush Auditorium as IRHA sponsors a round of 2Midnight Movies". 22 Missouri loses to Kansas 42-24 and any chance of a bowl bid is gone. SA Coffeehouse holds Iocql talent show. 26 Thankgiving Recess begins 12:30 pm. 20 $00 mVODUI 11 12 16 20 31 December Elvin Bishop and Wet Willie stomp out some Southern boogie. Senator Harry Wiggins1D-K.C.1files Senate Bill 584 to provide for a student on the Board of Curators and Regents around the state. SA Coffeehouse presents Steve Askins and Cilla Shaw. Show-Me Trip to Kansas City Plaza to see Christmas lights. Basketball Show-Me Classic. University Singers presents annual Christmas program at Jesse Auditorium. The U.S.S. Belknap collides with the U.S.S. John F. Kennedy jet aircraft resulting in mass rums. Fall semester classwork ends. Stop Day. Finals begin. President Ford and Betty visit China. No School. Washington1s Birthday. Missouri basketball team goes to Hawaii. They lose one and win one. .Parties everywhere; police out in full force. 21 J anuary CDO'ICJQ-Ii 22 Marathon football viewing on the tube. Aspen Ski Trip begins. Bomb blast hits La Guardia International Airport killing 11 and injuring 51. Eleven oil ministers kidnapped in Vienna. Chief of the CIA office in Athens, Greece is slain by three gunmen as he returns home from a party. Fighting flares up in Angola. Winter semester classwork begins. MSA President Carrie Francke addresses the State Senate concerning the University budget. Senator Larry Marshall speaks on Higher Education in Missouri: Viewpoint of a Legislator." IRHA gains a rule change allowing freshmen to live off-campus. MSA conducts week-Iong blood drive. t Chancellor schooling addresses the 250-member MSA Senate for the first time ever, and speaks on the Univeristy Budget. SA Coffeehouse presents Dave Caro and Bill Ritchie. 14 16 17 18 25 27 29 10 19 21 23 26 February Classical Music: Menahem Pressler appears at Jesse Auditorium. Winter Olympics begin at Innsbruck, Austria. Valentines Day. Broadway Play: ttAh! Wilderness? Gene Roddenberry, creator of ttStar Trek," speaks in Jesse Auditorium to a full house of Trekkies. Paul Spencer and Chuck Miller are elected President and Vice President of MSA. MSA holds public hearings on proposed changes in student fees. The Academic Affairs Committee of the Board of Curators hears the request of student governments from the four campuses for a non-voting student participant on the Board of Curators. Willie Dixon and the Chicago Blues All Stars appear at Jesse Auditorium. ' March Paul Spencer and Chuck Miller take office in MSA and Darrell Dryer is elected Speaker of the Senate. Spring vacation begins. The presidential candidates begin their campaigns in earnest. SA Coffeehouse presents Peter Lang. 11Mom,s Weekend" begins for IRHA residents. Germaine Greer speaks. Patty Hearst convicted on charges of armed bank robbery and using a firearm in the commission of a felony. Residence Halls Associations from across the State meet at UMC for a conference sponsored by IRHA. 23 April 1 Mo-Maids show huSA the Mo-Maid Way". Independent Week and Greek Week are combined to form hMizzou Days". 3 DU Campustowne Races. Sigma Chi Derby Day Games. 6 The Doobie Brothers perform at Hearnes. 10 Show-Me Trip to Montauc State Park. 14 Tap Day for LSV, QEBH, Mystical 7 and Mortar Board. 18 Easter Sunday. ' 21 Representative James Symington speaks. 24 Show-Me Trip to Six Flags. 29 Sop Day. 30 Bold Forbes wins the Kentucky Derby. Finals begin. Graduation. ' 15 Missouri baseball team beats Oklahoma 5-3 for Big 8 baseball crown. Track team takes second in Big 8 championship. Missouri runner Dele Udo runs 45.2 in the 440 to lead nation,s quarter-milers. 20 President C. Brice Ratchford resigns. Ratchford had earlier received a vote of hno confidence, from UMC faculty members. 24 Concordia SST makes first commercial transatlantic crossing. Calendar compiled by Karen Miller Student Life . 7975-76; a v'v I kly Cox school year spent 720 miles from nowhere in . lhu'l laurlingamv o en ice hout not It where the weather Changes -and w Burl Burlingame '09... .;.rd. g.?.f:... . .. 5.113.. e: ?.JJme? .... . . .'. . 4... . 0.. 5.1.! 2. 3'. . .1 . a let... a ,s. .3 ...n..u...g. ., Ju. .. .3 g g... 321...... . 4:3... .. . . .. WWW... IVWHWI. 4 .. pure? 11...". .......... ....,............u.. . . . 31WM... ....Q.....F.. 3.34:... . N1-v- -. EVA 1 41..h.:vv.r$a.i31fx. . 213...... .. .. . ... . $I1gamhuu4iwhilqlatz 9 H141... . u. N t 4 i u ,3 . Lagsik. 1!- 1'... g; o agtgid. f .- nd.jh$tmo! .El'pn? 11" Prod Harm -; I West: of the Mississippi le Whilv the University of Missouri; a complex, sophisticated system spiced with a bit of the Old South, the West, and rural America Charlie Nyc Nicholas M Vcdros M. Vedros Nicholas Hull Hurlingzlmt- aLIl-n Kirschb Jed M. Vcclros Nicholas 34 .thsyfu, .w Jed Kirschbaum well knownfor its school spirit; better known for its parties . . . exceHence butbestknomv1 w msaCadenHC i Dan While m.:::: :9: .12, 335.5655:ch : .. i..f.....2:k..1.. 7:151, zavlixfxztig: th friendly faces illed Wi II 5 U p m a C a Nicholas M. Vedros 1mm Whm iendly people. . . 5U fl 0 Y LIL n b p Churlic Nye Dan Whilc k wmvl' Wmm-r 41 Nicholas: M. u-dros Burl Hurlingzlnu' Dan Whilv Dan White lsz Whiu Nk'hulas MY Ymh'os . it was a year when Missouri beat Alabama and won the Big Eight in baseball and basketball Charlie Nye Jed Kirschbaum Tom R Stanfield John Simmons . I:R-rl Barnes ' lines mg m Y2.;i,...3a. i. r A ike other yearw for stand 23.5mm I531"? 51 year Mot unl the year of "laws", Gene Rodenberry and the woman athlete Burl Burlingamc Nicholas M. lems 51 Dan White 8 t a 00 r 6 LL Wa O n d n a r a W r O n l a qwet year Nicholas M Vedros Dan While school year 1975-76 it was a good year for people . . . Burl Burlingame Burl Burlingame hilv Hun H 3.38; Slmx' Wingficld 5425.91 w-r .3 ' w. Nicholas M. Vedros " rawmz me- Nicholas M. Vedros 56 and after everything was packed up and you headed for home . . . 58 Nicholas M. Vedros . ',- .-, e..A : Special Interest Dormitory life : A challenge for the creative i w Pholos by Burl mlrlingmm' Jody Capshaw: Missourils First Legal Educator it took a long time, but Missouri finally established a legal education program. For three years MSA wrangled with University administration over what a legal education program could and could not do for the student body. in October, 1972. MSA attempted to set up a legal service: against the wishes of the Board of Curators The University tried to close MSA's nonuniv'ersity accounts to prevent it from hiring a lawyer, holding that the state constitution's equal protection clause prevents public funds from being used to benefit individuals. A breakthrough was made when MSA and University administration agreed the legal educator could not provide legal advice or act as counsel in court for students using the service. The program was approved by the Curators in March, 1975. Jody Capshaw. a 1975 law school graduate. is the first person to fill the position of Legal Educator. Although the restrictions on what she can do as Legal Educator are many. Capshaw has her schedule filled with students seeking legal information. Common questions she encounters concern landlord-tennaht relations, traffic 62 offenses, consumer protection and what a student can expect in court. Capshaw is allowed to advise students if they need the services of an attorney. She also provides them with names of lawyers and informs students of their rights and responsibilities. Capshaw says she enjoys the position of Legal Educator and feels the program has a good future. "It Would not surpriSe me if the number of students who come in tto her officel next year doubles. The limitations tof the programl are great. but it's a starting p'oint and I think the Legal Education Program is off to a healthy startf Capshaw feels greatest interest in the program is in individual consultation. and she would like to see more i interest and participation in the seminars the program holds. "We had some excellenrspeakers this year. but attendance was not very good. I guess it's human nature not to worry about a problem until it's yours." "I guess its human nature not to worry about a problem until its yours? Mu mm M 13le l3t11'ii11;,:.1:m- Getting into his class is as hard as getting an A in it . . . Schuchard Oliver Schuchard is an instructor in Art Photography at the University. He teaches photography as a creative and privately expressive discipline. His class is an extremely difficult one, but students of photography consider it so valuable that each semester more students than the department can handle sign up for the course. Schuchard is forced to pick his Class members by virtue of their photographic portfolios. Students consider Schuchardis course so valuable because of his ability to honestly critique their photographs and give them direction. Schuchard is an accomplished photographer himself, having worked under and with the famed Ansel Adams. But Schuchard realizes the importance of his teaching: to himself as well as his students. "i wouldn't be able to do what I want in photography if i didn't teach." He says teaching gives him the artistic feedback, the creative energy, and the money to continue his work. Being a complete photographer Schuchard enjbys 9 working in the darkroom. Of it Schuchard says "i get a lot of spiritual contentment from the process of Creatingr;i a good image including time spent in the darkroom." i: Schuchardts specialty is photography of landscape. He can often be found on early winter mornings photographing the icy banks of a frozen stream. Schuchard uses large format cameras toften weighing Close to 40 poundsi, believing them to be essential to th type of work he does. "The large film size records all the details and tones of a landscape more accurately than a smaller camera" g v?.itawsgttss t A good photograph is not an accident; it is the product of previsualization, an eye for imagery and meticulous craftsmanship." - Oliver Schuchard - Photos by Burl Burlingame 65 High above the University skyline, Rocky the Flying Squirrel revels in his treetop freedom as earthbound students pass by unaware... v.713 i .3in W sg. i 7 .f?$wi$3.w .r. .. 0ng I V A x xmrts: Photos by Burl Burlingamc s Bicamermial ? 1C8 776-1976: AFDGF JL Photos by Dan While w 0" CD NGiTh 3f rain, DOT SHOW, ROI loom Of night could SK 3 .x. .w m C hhaiNangbglgn Ruwha mg Homecom' Photos by Nicholas M Vedros mi: v Mgrggmw w s$ik . am ??w! Nicholas M. Vodros ights n V. a d n u S n O n w 0 d 77 L. thwa. 4. m nwmu :J a W H H NE: W 1 Photos by Nicholas M. Vcdros 78 Missouri Hosts 33rd Annuai Pictures of the Year. The University of Missouri School of Journalism, along with the National Press Photographers Association and Nikon. inc. annually sponsor the Pictures of the Year competition. It is the largest and oldest news oriented photo contest in the world. $10000 in cash awards. trophies. cameras. plaques and certificates are awarded to the winning photographers. Eugene tOreJ Register Guard. Newspaper Photographer of the Year: and Ken Heyman, New York freelancer, World Understanding Award. The winners were selected after more than 30 hours of judging by six judges, They viewed more than 9.000 photographs covering 27 categories of newspaper and magazine photography This year's grand prize winners were: Brian Lanker, i i i i i Missouri students and graduates did exceptionally well in this year's competition. Bruce Bisping, a 1975 J-Schooi graduate. was awarded third place in Newspaper Photographer of the Year competition. Richard Shulman. a masters degree candidate at the J-Schooi. was selected as Picture Editor of the Year for his outstanding work in that position at the Coffeyviiie. tKanJ Journal. John H. Davidson. also a masters degree candidate at the J-School, took first place in Newspaper Features. And Jim McTaggertt a 1976 J-Schooi graduate, won a third place award in the feature category. Co'ntest director and professor of photojournalism. Angus McDougali said there has never been as many students and recent graduates of a single school do so well in Pictures of the Year Competition. This is a genuine honor for the University, as well as the photographers. The photographers are judged without any knowledge of who the photographer is. and judges t come from various backgrounds and from all over the t country On the following pages are just a few of the e winning photos. and the Savitar wishes to thank Angus i McDougali, the School of Journalism photojournalism department and of course. the photographers themselves i for providing us with this material. From the portfolio of Bruce Bisping. a 1975 Mizzou graduate. Bispingis portfolio brought him third place in Newspaper Photographer of the Year Competition, Bisping was photo editor for the 1974 Savitar. 79 7- s'Tzr-Lmysww. Paul Shane's mm UPain" which was awarded second place Sports Action Photographer of the Year. ;3in.;3,;.: child survived the five-story plunge. Forman, Boston News American, won Stanley Foremans Life and Death Fall." The woman was killegj but the first place in Spot News Guard. Lanker was named Newspaper J Register Ore , Eugene t S .H d e d r a w a S a w N. ,m m e S S w e N d. m e n Y m H O F V.. 0 g e a C W m m b r e P A F om the portfolio of Brian Lanker It was a good year for M.U. photographers Beth Cambell, Bruce Bisping and Jim McTaggart enjoy hearing the re- sults of Picture of the Year competition. Bruce Bisping's "Misty Morning Row." Bisping was awarded third place in Newspaper Photog- rapher of the Year competition. 82 "Just Browsing", Jim McTaggert's picture of an elderly man examining closely "The Joy of Sex" brought the photographer a third place award in the featu re category. Iwmn gm, ... .wMAg L z: xwa x.o.f.-ka qum "The New Army Push-Up" by John H. Davidson was the first place winner drill sgt. to kiss my ass" on thE'e first day of basic training. He did push- in the feature category The young recruit made the mistake of telling a Ups for about half an hour. POR REGISTRATION ENER HERE ' Hours spent standing in lines that never move, Closed Classes, headaches, confusion, and schedules full Of 7:405 are all part of ,da WomLMth oocwkm Whaamd emfh mwmmmm .11 Tmpfuwnw mrooaw . ralwrlbe S m $ 9 a IS Reg yu A ,x. x; "b m Whether it's Saturday after a football game or Wednesday h when you 7 1th friends ight W Come On In for a treat 1a bars m at Columb your . ii b 4.3 1:423 g e C n a d. n a C u 0 Y. ..Cheer 0n the Tigers... SAM!- I m A 6 H uh W, V ...but whatever you like. Come On In V Dan White . ,MWWM. 3n 7... photos by Randy Cox L 214.331.. 1.... anmAREAE r05 7: . M ng il ch01 byNi 4mm . 4 wWV444 K441. V W. m M. Vedros Photos by Nicholas Dan White as M. X'cdrus; ol h .S a C. V. n.. n ,h 0 llu . ..l n e 0.. U N x Ted A I-I-l-I- k. .q-I-' , anniluuh? . m N. . Jennifer Drumm Homecoming Queen 174101051in Nivholas M. Vcdros lsyJones ' gCQueen Chr 1neenn Eng S O r e V M S .m 0 h .w N y b mammary: , mmnnunguuunm Santa: : 3335::- SuCIV'est . J Bamwarming Queen Nicholas M Vvdrns . , ,,,,. .V . , . , gm, x n. . , .s XNVVW I wwkawksm: a m, I f . K . Eggmaxusg .... .. r xxxxxxxxx Greek Week Queen Ann Taylor Cholas M. quros 'Photbs' by Ni Joanie Ferguson Campustowne Queen ilken Derby Day Queen Carol W Nicholas M. VedrOS 116 m N W n a U Photos by Nicholas M. Vedros Patty Honse Independent Queen 119 inefelter Savitar Queen Mary Kl Photos by Nicholae M Vvdm u 68 H L n M 60 WS " CBS NC an Rather of Selected by D .1111 1 1x111 savitar queen candidates are nominated by each 1115, housing unit which purchases space in the Savitar The 1111111112111: 5 are screened by a panel of students and faculty 110m 1. 111111111 6 are Chosen as finalists The queen is selected by a well 1111 11 public figure. The selection is based soley on the woman 5 M1 11a111v and photogenic qualities Attendants Sue Gattoma Counesy CBS News Nicholas M. Vcdros Marilyn Terschluse Phl P51500 Queen Nicholas M. Vcdros :holas M. Vcdms Nk w, N harlic David Imlol'l' 19 M. Veda HS ch01 'i Nicholas M. Vcdros IIHFEFH I , izzou Football ictably Unpredictable M d e rl P Dan White An Exciting Season The Tigers had their share of stand-outs in this topsy-turvy year on both offense and defense. Quarterback Steve Pisarkiewicz directed a productive offensive squad which averaged 25.6 points a game. Having completed his junior year, the rifle-armed Ferguson, Missouri native is on the verge of breaking career passing records of total yards, completions, and touchdowns, held by Paul Christman. The injury to Tony Galbreath early this season opened the way for a strong showing by Junior Curtis Brown. Brown aCCLimulated 636 rushing yards on 113 attempts for a 5.6 yard average. Charlie Nye Dan White Charlie Nye OfUps. .; Ken Downing, Tom Hodge and Bob MCROberts were key figures on defense this year. Downing led the team in total tackles with 95 and unassisted tackles with 68. He could often be seen straying from his right comerback position to make tackles on all points of the field. Tom Hodge, one of two juniors at the linebacker spots, accounted for 81 tackles in the 1975 campaign. Nicholas M, Vedros : Fred Barnes A mmnmm . ' Mm..."- nmmllnlumu m Nicholas M. Vedros 136 One of Mizzou's most notable bright spots inthe 1975 campaign was the performance of wide receiver Henry Marshall. Marshall managed to break two records and tie two others as quarterback Steve Pisarkiewiczts primary receiver. Against Oklahoma State he gained 209 yards on receptions to break a school and Big Eight record. Dan White Henry Marshall - Passes To Points For the season, Marshall picked up 945 yards in receptions to break another Mizzou record, and equalled school seasonal marks of nine scoring catches and 44 receptions. Marshall's efforts led the Big Eight and earned him a position on the Coachest 1975 All-American football team. He also joined teammates Tony Galbreath and Ken Downing in the annual Blue and Gray Classic. ' Dan White Three of these were responsible for losses of 16 yards against opponents. Helping to shore up the right line this year was end Bob MCRoberts. As a Mizzou co-Captain he had 77 total tackles and registered seven behind the line of scrimmage. Despite the tailspin suffered by the Tigers late in the year. there is much to look forward to. Graduation will tap Only. five regulars from the lineup. The offense will suffer little damage, despite the loss Of deceptive Galbreath. Curtis Brown proved his capabilities to be substantial in place of , the injured running back, and both Pisarkiewicz and Stewart will return to their respective roles as quarterback and slotback. The passing attack may suffer from the loss of some valuable' seniors, but Zark will have the same offensive line which protected him reasonably well this year. The defense will see the departure of . MCRObens and Downing, which will require some strong shoring up. As a first and second string unit however, the defense will lose only six players of 22. Judging from the mild effect of graduation, Tiger football fans can look forward to another exciting season in the upcoming year. 139 Lingie And Co. . Cross Country Each Saturday morning from September 27 through November 1, Buddy Lawrence, Mark Kimball, Brad Reese, Clark Hamilton. Brad Hawthorne, Steve Fisher. Dan Staten and Mark Taitt put their guts on the line. For five grueling miles they fought off rig. stitches and other runners to set more records than any other Missouri Cross Country team. Unfortunately, the teams record doesnit indicate this. They lost three of their four dual meets and placed fifth in the Big Eight Meet. Never-the-less, they were a great team. Of the ten best times by Mizzou runners on - the 5-mile AL. Gustin course, six were recorded by this year's team-each by a different runner. The problem was, the team couldn't put it all together Each runner had good days and bad days, and the team couldnt get the good days to intersect. Coach Robin Lingle summed up the season best when he said, "People looking at the results dont know that this was a good Missouri team. They consider it to be a 5th place Missouri team. Thats the way they read it, and yet it was a much better experi- ence for the people involved than that." Rugby A young rugby squad struggled through a difficult year in 1976. Despite the team's ineXperiehce, rugby participants described the season as very enjoyable. John Loesing. a junior, was perhaps the team's strongest asset. His experience provided a stabilizing effect which was a significant aid to the backfield. The rugby team is coached by Jay Hilton who works for State Farm Insurance in Columbia. hilc V. S Photos by Nicholas M Vcdl'05 Photos by Dan White a touch of brass Only by its abscense would Mihi-Mizzou be more pronounced at Missouri basket- ball games. For three years new, Mini- Mizzou has been entertaining Tiger basket- ball fans with spirited jazz tunes, Mizzou fight songs and lighthearted skits. Mihi-Mizzou was founded as a basketball band by Tim Lautzenheiser, the associate director of bands. The 32 member enter- tainment corps plays not only at most of Missourits away games, but also performs at conventions, high school assemblies and alumni functions. Members of the band are chosen by audition from the ranks of Marching Mizzou. As a result, Tiger basketball fans are treated with the same exhilarating spirit as can be found at football halftime shows. 145 Phoxos hy Dun Whin- IZZOU '-M m M Basketball There Was Magic In The Air Nicholas M, Vcclros : . 3.11251? 1:1. In just about any category you'd like to mention. Missouris 1975-76 season was its most successful ever. Mizzou's final 26-5 record was its best ever and placed them ninth in the country for won- loss percentage. Their 12-2 conference mark was good for Missouri's first outright Big 8 Championship since 1930. As Big Eight Champions. the Tigers proved to be respectable conference representatives in the NCAA tournament. According to Coach Norm Stewart. the Tigers showed they could win despite playing poorly He spoke of their opening round Clash with Washington. Poor rebounding kept Missouri behind their Pacific Eight foes for most of the game. Washington foul trouble late in the game helped Missouri continue on in the tournament schedule. Willie Smith poured in 30 points to lead Mizzou over their next foe, Texas Tech. but Mr. Magicis best trick was yet to come. The final game of the Midwest Regional Tour nameht was as heart-stopping as expected. - Missouri trailed at the half by 13, but Willie Smith ignored the Michigan defense and poured in basket after basket to put the Tigers on top late in the game. Michigan refused to buckle however, and came back to edge the Tigers, 95-88. Dan White Nicholas M, Vedros Dan While Willie Smith Puttih In The Pomts Willie Smith became Missouri' 5 ,18th Ail- -AmeriCan in basketball history when he was named to the '1 US. Basketball Writers Association lO-man squad. 1 1 To see Willie play' the game is to know why he. was honored with All-American status. His accomplish- ments on paper are nearly as impressive as his play 1 on court. ' Willie Closed out his spectacular two-year career at Missouri with a career high 43 points against Michigan which placed him third highest on the list of single- game bests for Missouri players Mr. Maggie's other accomplishments include: most points in one season- 783. most tieid goals . attempted one se1 Ison- 300 most field goals made one season - 183. most field goals made. career- 549, 1 most-ipoints in one half. one game - 29. most field . goals attempted. one game - 35. most field goals made. one game - 18. WillieSC1treer season average of 23.9 made him the only playei in Missouri history to average more th11nl20 points per game in his career. 1' ' t 1, - 1 ' 3 lngith N1Choi1is M..Vetiros 1 V -- ' 1 i k xllliVQlK I lrlllv I ll. Iflllln S m :0 my M S b O h .m N Dan White i ?4845 : harlie Nye C N. N .w m C Hun whim Dan White A good measure of Missouri's success this season can be found in their numerous revisions of the record book. Mizzou set season marks in the following areas: most points-2590, best season average-835. most field goals attempted-2J29, most field goals made-1,035. best field goal percentage-.486, most rebounds -1,452 and most foulsQ614. Along with these season marks the Tigers also scored the most points ever in a conference game when they topped Kansas 99-69 in the conference Opener for both teams. Head coach Norm Stewart found his ninth year at Missouri to be the most rewarding. Not only did he lead the Tigers to their best season ever, but for the second year in a row he was named the NCAA District Five Coach of the Year. Now boasting a 154-87 record for his nine seasons at Mizzou. Stewart owns a 15-season career mark of 251-129. The Shelbyville, Missouri native graduated from Missouri in 1956 after a luminary career in both basketball and baseball. Eleven years later, Missouri offered Stewart the head coaching spot after his six year stint at Northern Iowa. Dave Dorr 0f the St. Louis Post-Dispatch gave an indication of the importance of Missourits head coach last March when he called "the Stewart era the most consistently successful in school histo'ryf' 156 Ine Team! One F nu I3 k B H a h C Nicholas M. leros Dan Whhe Dan White Despite the loss of All-American Willie Smith, Missouri's basketball outlook for the next year is indeed a rosy one. The entire starting front line returns in the personage Of Kim Anderson, Jim Kennedy. James Clabon and Big Eight Newcomer of the year, Stan Ray. Jim Kennedy and Kim Anderson were named to the first and second all-Big Eight teams, respectively Ray and Anderson were one and two in rebounding while Kennedy backed up Willie Smith as the second best Missouri scorer. Defensive specialist Jeff Currie will return at guard but Missouri's most notable weakness will be a lack of back-court fire power. If Scott Sims and Dave Stallman can assist Jeff Currie in this category. Mizzou might set even more records next year. Dan White M mxlix- Nyv B A m 2 h C Dan While Wrestling Beginning this season with more experience and depth than ever before. the Mizzou wrestling team looked forward to a competi- tive and Challenging season. Led by CO- Captains Paul Berry and Tim Vogei and head coach Bob Kopnisky, the T iger squad finished with a successful season record of 12-4 and five NCAA qualifiers. Three of the losses during the season were at the hands of top ten finishers in the NCAA tournament: Iowa State, Oklahoma State, and Oklahoma University. Berry and Vogel. previous NCAA qualifiers. once again showed their skill. with Mike Siyman, a junior college transfer and Terrii Williams, another junior college transfer from St. Louis. They finished successfully in the Big Eight Tournament and headed for Tuscon. Arizona. site of the 1976 NCAA Championships. Another exceptional wrestler was Dane lvcs, who received the Marshall Esteppe Award for the outstanding freshman. Coach Kopnisky summed up the season by saying. "iim very pleased with this season. it's been the most successful one yet." Photos by Nicholas M. Vcdms . B n... a mm mm 3'3 O "HE D" TIGER$ 0 0 BB I ,Mw ... Photos by NiChOlHS M. X'ulm's wimming Cashes In On Recruiting Steve Wingfield No years ago, Missouri swimming coach Joe Goidfarb said all he needed to improve his team was "to go out an recruit more talented swimmers." Evidently he was suc- cessful. This year's Tiger squad swam its way to nine dual meet victories, won the Miner Relays at Roila, captured second place in the Panther-Bear Invitational at Drury, and took fourth in the Big Eight Relays at Colorado. It was their best season showing ever. One of the high points of the season had to be Missouri's upset trouncing of Kansas. The Nata- torium was packed with family and friends as the Jayhawks, conference champions for the past eight years. fell to the Tigers for the first time ever. Steve Wingfield C n rm u. w u n a a . D Dan White :U'uk' . Kw Dan White s by Photo w mwww :Jvew 6 Dan Whit Dan White Tim Cochrane Hockey Makes Debut The Missouri Hockey Club finished its initial season with a respectable 14-17-2 record. Under coach Neil MacFarland, the team established itself in Columbia as it attracted an average of 550 fans to each home game, which were played at the Ice Chalet. Captain and right-wihg, Steve McElroy led the team with 38 goals and 28 assists for a total Of 66 points. Hime Berger and goaltender Dan Nee added strong defensive play to the team. One thing that hurt the team was the long season of five months. Coach MacFarlahd thought the team lost some of its "real desire" during the final month of play as the team lost six of its last nine games. Dan White Track 8t Field Put forty men together from across the United States and some from Africa. and have each one perform different tasks ranging from the 100 yard dash, to the marathon, to the discus, and you have the Missouri track team. In most team sports. the athletes have a good deal in common. Football players are generally large and strong: basketball players tall; and wrestlers lean and muscular. But the trackman who runs the six-mile may weigh only 130 pounds. while the discus thrower may weigh as much as 280 pounds. And while they may be different physically, they are alike mentally because each one strives for self improvement for the benefit of the team. Nicholas M Vedros John Coley Nicholas M, Vedros vaq-a... . .7 .....-......;..a.... Brian Walsh ,, Brian Walsh Nicholas M. Vedros Nicholas M. Veclros Track 8t Field The team, coached by Bob Teel and Robin Lingle, had an excellent indoor season; going undefeated in dual meet competition. Alabama. Iowa State, Arkansas and Wichita State all fell easily before the Tigers. The first real test of t the team's strength came against national power 1 Kansas. Kansas had won the Big 8 Outdoor 1 Championships for eight consecutive years. t Before a packed Heames Building crowd, the t Tigers took it to the Jayhawks and avenged a f defeat the year before. t t t t With several key members of the team injured, the teams chances for a Big 8 indoor title dwindled. The T igers managed to salvage a fourth place finish by virtue of running well in the finals after 'a poor showing in the preliminaries. The team continued undefeated in dual meet competition during the outdoor season. The lengthy outdoor season culminated with a second place finish in the Big 8 Outdoor Championships. x M m m N W. .kaL Qt. , N 16' W mm o B .n o L Y b S m o h P The Good Times Roll BasebaH $41.,th le, ....Jns.W1.T5 mm" "zvgu'w ; vusms U n .0 'EMISSUU 3 Lori Horgmun w v 5? f, " ms 3. , John Simmons They Sent The Sooners Packing The baseball team broke Okiahomais four year stranglehold on the Big 8 Baseball Tournament by beating the Sooners 5-3 in the final game of the tourney. The last time Mizzou was Big 8 Baseball Champions was 1965. The Tigers started to boogie right from the start: winning their first eight home games in a row. They compiled a 10-3 record during the spring trip to Florida. The team had its problems with inconsistency in the pitching department, butstill managed to pile up 42 wins against Only 19105865 during the regular season. Tiger hitting, however, showed no signs of inconsistency. The team batting average . reached the .331 mark. John Kruse, Mark Thiel, and Mark Lally were the batting leaders. The pitching staff was led by Pete Woods with a Clean 8-0 record. John Piechocinsky and John Pietroburgo turned in the lowest ERA's with 1.49 and 3.55 respectively. A s'lrmmhmquz John Simmons Tennis Finishing the year with four wins in two days and capturing first place in the 16-team Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa, the Missouri tennis team compiled a 196 record for the season. The Tigers defeated Oral Roberts on their way to the title, who they had lost to earlier in the season. 1n the opinion of head coach Bill Price, Missouri possesses the best brother tandem in the country. Tres and Brian Mitchell posted records of 18-7 and 20-5 while playing the number one and two spots for Mizzou. Other players with winning records were: Jon Powell, 16-9. Rick FlaCh, 19-6 and Rob Walters, 15-10. Missouri competed in the 1976 Big Eight Championship with the doubles teams Of Tres Mitchell and Rick FlaCh, Scott Sims and Brian Mitchell. and Rob Walters and Jon Powell. FhUlZlSN V'th'os A. plfid Jr: - m Vedros WV; ' . i 4? Golf The Tiger golf team spent the entire 1976 season on the road, traveling first to the Morris Williams Invitational in Texas. The team managed a dismal 20th place and returned-toe Columbia to prepare for the Wichita State Invitational. Coach A1 Chandler focused on improving his team's shooting for the Wichita confrontation, and the intense practice payed off in a fifth place finish among 12 teams. Returning to Texas for the AlllAmerican Intercollegiate, the Tigers faced their toughest competition of the season. Of the 25 teams competing, eight were rated among the top ten in the nation. Missouri finished a disappointing 20th. One of the highlights of the season was the performance of junior Fred Copeland at the Drake Relays invitational. Copeland was the first place individual winner and helped pull the team to a fifth place finish. Copeland will be returning next year with his 74.2 season average. iWa Women,s Gof The wometh golf team, in its second year at Missouri. is just begin wing to get started. But according to Coach Dianne Lyon. with a nucleus of three freshmen, the team has a strong outlook for the future. We had the best competition " the coach explained pointing out that the young zzou golfers competed against Big 8 and Big 10 teams which were "well seasoned" Mizzou hosted the Big 8 Tournament in April and placed sixth. The team also sent representatives to National Con etition at Michigan State in June. Improved is the best label for the 1975-76 season of woments field hockey as the team carried victories back to Mizzou from two major invitationals. The first tournament they dominated was hosted by Kansas University. Later in the season the team became the first winners of the Big Eight Invitational in a Closely contested field. Coach Patten is optimistic in her outlook towards next season. TWelve returning seniors promise to fill her bench with experience, while plans for a new hockey field, when fulfilled, will improve playing conditions. Photos by Terry Lumme i 8 ield Hockey IssouriF The Best In The Big M The woments volleyball team brought recognition to the university this season by acting as host for the regional play- offs at Heames. They brought added recognition to themselves by placing fourth in the regional play, demonstrating the teams marked improvement. Their fourth place finish is the best any UMC woments team has done at that level of competition. S O r. m V M S b 0 h m N V. b S m 0 h P Basketball With a recurring emphasis upon conditioning, and a new coach, the women's basketball Tigers finished the 1975-76 season with a promising 8-12 record The women surprised many coaches and fans when they finishedsecond in Big Eight tournament play behind defending champions Kansas State and an invitation to the state tournament where they took third place. a The Tigers season success was even more surprising because with only one returning senior, the team was young and inexperienced. Coach Joann Rutherford admitted that upon first arriving in Missouri to coach a young team at a new school she was a bit anxious. Rutherford was impressed with the potential she saw in the team this year. and with most of the team returning next year she is optimistically looking to next season. Photos by Fred Barnes Women,s Swimming It was a year of firsts for the Women's Swimming and Diving team. Maybe not all the first plactxs in their meetsFalthough there were many of those. too-but many new ways. ideas and faces. The most obvious change was the size of the team. "We only brought about fourteen girls to the conference meet last year," one team member reooUnted. The least Visible but perhaps most important Change was one in attitude. Out of the "T ub't tMCKee pooD for good, last years veterans and a crop of talented rookies set to work to show the rest of the Big Eight that Missouri can produce a quality swimming and diving team. As proof they offered a victory in the Missouri State meet, and some time improvements that even surprised the swimmers themselves. Striding Toward Success Beginning its second season, the women's track team showed much progress as they expanded their program and beefed up their competition schedule. One of the new additions to the program was the Cross Country team. They were invited to two meets, and the high point of the season was placing fourth out of 17 teams at the Big Eight Invitational at Ames. Iowa. During the indoor track season, they women competed against teams from Nebraska. Wichita State. Iowa State, and Kansas. They also hosted Mizzou's first indoor invitational for women. The team qualified ten individuals for the Midwest Regionals and three for the National Meet. Linda Gillenwater qualified for-the National Meet in the shot put. and Marilyn Maupih and Sharon Carson qualified in running events. The women plan to host the Big Eight Indoor Track and Field Meet, and the State Cross Country Meet next year. Phnlos by Nicholas M. Vulros Miller Randy MU 20 30 27 41 20 35 44 26 24 Football Won 6 Lost 5 Alabama Illinois Wisconsin Michigan Oklahoma St. Colorado 1Kansas St. Nebraska Iowa St. Oklahoma Kansas 1Homecoming OPP 20 21 31 14 31 30 14 27 42 Tally Sheets 199 J 13 :11 J E A Cross Country1 MU OPP 30 Illinois 26 15 Nebraska 45 32 Kansas St. 23 29 Iowa St. 26 Missouri Intercollegiate, 13': Big Eight Championship, 5th 1low score wins Track MU OPP 85 Alabama 55 111 Arkansas 26 Wichita St. 35 90Vz Arkansas V 42Vz Iowa St. . 39 76 Kansas 63 83 Kansas St. 70 Big Eight Indoor, 4th Big Eight Outdoor, 2nd Nicholas M. Vedros MU 83 7O 77 71 80 48 61 59 47 65 58 Swimming Western Ill. Kansas Rolla Northern Iowa Nebraska Southern III. Oklahoma Okalhoma St. Iowa State Colorado Drury Big Eight Meet, 4th Miner Relays, 1st Panther-Bear Invitational, 2nd Big Eight Relays, 4th MU 122 87 82 84 95 70 89 87 Women,s Swimming Stephens William Woods Oklahoma Stephens Kansas St. SEMO Stephens SLU Stephens Big Eight Meet, 4th Saluki Invitational, 2nd Missouri State, 1st OPP 36 41 33 65 52 54 66 48 55 OPP 75 20 43 52 46 24 ,52 33 35 Steve Wingfield 201 32 24 6 10 Rugby Won 5, Lost 4 Kansas City Blues Kansas State Kansas State Iowa University Arkansas Universityik St. Benedicts College Washington University River QuaW Oklahomai? B-team played OPP 22 1O 24 30 g C .1. .L-L -L OO'IAN-bOCO-k-me-ngggmxlmmm -L-L CDN-L ACOODU'l-b-L-h - . W...W - . -.. , m... .u Hockey Won 14, Lost 17 Illinois State Illinois State St. Louis Blazers St. Louis Blazers Purdue Purdue St. Louis Comets St. Louis Comets Indiana Indiana Western Illinois Western Illinois Indiana Indiana Kansas Kansas Affton Americans Cincinnati Cincinnati Bradley Bradley St. Louis University St. Louis University Western Illinois Springfield Kings Dayton Nebraska mmaha Nebraska wmahw Nebraska mmahm Nebraska mmaha Florissant Chiefs OPP - 44 5 i 7 7 9 '1 6 5 4 yr 3 5 .. u .35 mm-n-memhA-me-pAMA-s-Axlmwmmco Tim cochmn MU 87 88 105 85 94 8O 71 66 99 81 86 79 90 106 99 88 84 72 62 81 98 72 85 61 95 57 81 95 69 86 88 Basketball Won 26, Lost 5 Fairleigh Dickinson Toledo 10D Baylor Oklahoma City Rice South Dakota St. UCLA Hawaii Hawaii Oklahoma St. Kansas St. Kansas Lafayette MacMurray Kansas Oklahoma St. Iowa St. Oklahoma Nebraska Kansas St. Colorado Oklahoma St. Iowa St. Kansas Nebraska 10D Oklahoma Kansas St. Colorado Washington Texas Tech Michigan OPP 67 85 70 68 75 57 83 81 91 79 66 69 77 34 69 67 68 58 57 85 78 71 64 60 84 68 72 60 67 75 95 Women1s Basketball Won 10, Lost 9 MU OPP 80 Grand View 95 65 Grand View 104 57 Springfield 73 95 SMSU 48 67 NMSU 1 ' 43 61 CMSU 77 58 NMSU 86 52 SMSU 57 58 UMSL 56 '51 St. Louis U. 38 51 UMSL 53 95 SEMO 44 80 WESCO 64 71 NEMO 45 60 Kansas 54 67 Oklahoma St. 62 41 Kansas 85 61 NWSU ' 69 78 SMSU 63 205 ml ,; ' 5; 592? g; 2 . . Z ' l... 4v -124. gym MW 1'. .. "mini? Golf Woments Golf Morris Williams Invitational, 19th Illinois State Invitational, 12th Wichita State Invitational, 5th Iowa State Invitational, 15th AII-American Intercollegiate, 20th Indiana Invitational, 10th Drake Relays Invitational, 6th Missouri Invitational, 8th tFred Copeland: Drake Relays Medalistt Stephes, Iowa Triangular, 2nd Big Eight Tournament, 7th Stephens, Kansas Triangular, 3rd 5 Kentucky Invitational, 12th Big Eight Tournament, 6th Tennis Woments Tennis Won 20, Lost 5 Won 3, Lost 1 U Kansas 3 NMSU SlU-Edwardsville CMSU Michigan William Jewell Alabama Southern Missouri Texas Memphis St. Mississippi Arkansas Arkansas S.W. Mo. Baptist NMSU Arkansas Oral Roberts Arkansas NMSU SlU-Edwardsville Illinois S.W. Mo. Baptist Oklahoma St. Oklahoma Kansas Wisonsin Oral Roberts Tulsa SIU-Edwardsville Big Eight Tournament, 6th Missouri State, 3rd Missouri Valley, 5th 'M 6 6 1 1 5 5 6 5 3 9 5 5 4 6 .6 7 '5 9 2 5 5 6 8 5 5 N-L-LO-b-bVO-kNOJOJm-k-tOG-wawmmw Nivholnsxl.leros '3 , t . ' 77,, ;-,y Vi1 lx ' 1;.U , 7.71 7 - , 7., vww-a-Aw 3,, 7-77-3171 , w W , "-17- a 1 . i: Field Hockey Volleyball Won 9 Lost 4 Tied 6 W0n 7 L081 1 MU OPP MU opp 1 CMSU 3 15 NEMO 7 1 NEMO 0 17 15 3 William Jewell 1 4 SMSU 6 9 UMKC 12 1 St. Louis U. o 15 6 3 Central Oklahoma 1 15 6 1 1 William Jewell 0 1 3 Kansas 1 15 CMSU 15 1 3 Oklahoma St. 3 15 0 1 1 1 Kansas 1 2 Nebraska 1 1; SMSU 1: 1 1 2 Oklahoma 0 2 15 1 1 1 1 Kentucky 5 - 1 i 0 KC. Adult Club 0 1 1 NMSU 8 1 1 CMSU 1 1: a 1 i 2 SMSU 2 ' 1. William Jewell 1 15 UMKC 3 1 1 2 Meramec 1 15 8 1 o SEMO 4 . . 15 CMSU . 1o 1 Kansas InVItatIonal, 1st 15 1o State Tournament, 4th 1 1 Big Eight Tournament, 1st ' 8 NEMO 15 1 V 15 12 1 1 14 7 12 1 1 1 State Tournament, 5th 1 1Two out of three games wins match. 1 Terry Lumme 26 35 33 23 I - 21 Wrestling Won 12 Lost 4 Colorado Iowa St. Indiana Purdue Florida Int. Western Illinois Drake Nebraska Lincoln U. Oklahoma Oklahoma St. SlU-Carbondale NEMO CMSU Nebr.-Omaha SIU-Edwardsville SUnshine Open, 2nd SMSU Invitational, 2nd Big Eight Championship, 4th Nicholas M, Vcdros Softball Baseball Won 14 Lost 7 Won 41 Lost 19 OPP MU OPP CMSU 1 10 Mo. Southern 5 SEMO 4 6 M0. Southern 3 NMSU O 10 NEMO 1 v SMSU 4 10 NEMO 5 St. Louis U. 0 4 Rolla 3 St. Louis U. 4 14 Rolla o CMSU 5 16 Baker 5 CMSU 5 13 Baker 2 NEMO 1 13 Oklahoma St. 14 8 NEMO 1 5 Oklahoma St. 6 3 NMSU 9 3 Oklahoma St. 2 'j, 2 NMSU 1O 2 Oklahoma St. 5 -' 5 Kansas St. 2 3 Oklahoma 6 i 0 Iowa St. 3 6 Oklahoma 2 .1 Kansas 3 3 UMSL 4 o NEMO 0 7 UMSL 2 ; 4 NEMO 5 10 N. Dakota 0 g 1 SEMO 12 10 N. Dakota 0 r 3 NEMO 2 9 Wisc.-OSkosh 7 l 6 CMSU 5 17 Wisc.-Oskosh 0 ' 5 SMSU 6 8 Wisc.-Oskosh 0 11 Wisc.-Oskosh 1 7 2 CMSU 4 16 CMSU 2 0 Kansas 7 7 Kansas 10 6 Kansas . 4 4 Kansas St. 1 0 Kansas St. 2 3 St. Louis U. 2 2 St. Louis U. 0 9 Iowa St. 4 2 Iowa St. 3 6 Iowa St. 5 7 Iowa St. 1 9 Kansas State 0 2 Kansas St. 4 10 Bradley 5 13 , Bradley 0 7 Bradley 10 21 Bradley 9 0 Murray St. 1 3 Murray St. 7 3 SIU 10 4 SIU 5 8 SIU 7 9 SIU 6 Big Eight Championship, 1st 1 David Roloff 3 ' i W 15ml 4:; Harry Smith, Director of Men's lntramurals Nicholas M. Vedros Men,s Intramurals Activity Golf Softball Football Tennis Singles Handball Singles Racketball Singles Bowling PinfalD Volleyball Table Tennis Singles Pocket Billiards Basketball Table Tennis Doubles Basketball Freethrow Swimming 8 Diving' Wrestling Handball Doubles Soccer Bowling Racketball Doubles Tennis Doubies Track 8 Field Fraternity Delta Tau Delta Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega Phi Delta Theta Evans Scholars Beta Theta Pi Zeta Beta Tau Phi Kappa Theta Zeta Beta Tau Kappa Alpha Evans Scholars Beta Theta Pi Evans Scholars Alpha Tau Omega Beta Theta Pi Evans Scholars Phi Kappa Theta Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Beta Sigma Psi RecMen Quiff Shields Knights Topcats Champions IRHA Caumekj VVHHanw Johnson Bates Pom Pom Gmen mng CMH Phdps Johnson CHHenden Shidds VVarner King-Wilfley Shimds Stone Johnson VVHHey Bates McNmr Intramurals Fraternities Team 1. Beta 2. ATO 3. LamChi 4. PhiDeIt 5. Evans 6. DU 7. PhiKap 8. ZBT 9. KA 10. Fiji 11. SigChi 12. AEPi 13. SigNu 14. SigPi 15. Sing ' 16. SAE 17. PiKap 18. DeltaTau 19. BetaSig 20. PhiPsi 21. PiKA 22. KapSig 23. DeltaSig 24. AGRho 25. Farmhouse 26. AGSig 27. SAM 28. TKE 29. APhiA 30. Omega 31. PhiBeta 32. KAPsi Points 1326 1284 1218.5 1047.5 965 958.5 957.5 947.5 863.5 836.5 800.5 789.5 778 762.5 738.5 729 712 707.5 678 675 605 603 597 572.5 547 463 419.5 414 43 40 21 40 Rank PPNQWPPN? IRHA Team Polk Johnson Shields Banon Green Crittenden King Reynolds McNair Vest Drake Edwards Wilfley Caulfield Williams Bates Geyer Stewart Cockrell Miller Phelps Brown Dunklin Clark Patterson Hawes Stark Marmaduke Warner Stone Donnell Hardin Jackson Woodson Kem Reed Spencer PHce Fletcher McClurg Points 1 145.5 959 939.5 917.5 913.5 906.5 842.5 821 .5 800.5 787.5 764.5 760.5 751.5 748.5 684 680 676 659 640.5 637 630 623 617.5 616 606.5 589.5 574.5 570 555.5 535 451 445.5 442.5 438 406 403.5 390.5 267 185 99.5 212 213 V 214 Activity Golf Tennis Singles Handball Singles Racketball Singles Bowling PinfalD Table Tennis Singles Pocket Billiards Table Tennis Doubles Basketball Freethrow Handball Doubles Racketball Doubles Tennis Doubles Mews Individual Champions Champion Fred Mitchell Gary Miller Wayne Chapin Gary Bates Mike Estes Rich Berg Kevin Molavi Jim Morris Tom Stewart John Lathrop David Jacobs Dennis Eagan Bob Healey Scott Baker Greg Haman Doug McClintock Ed Clark Dan White V Mews Wrestling Champions Wrestler Weight Brad Squires 118 Phil Lapinski 126 Chris Phillips 134 Brad Gadt 142 Mike Powers 150 Robert Hinson 158 Kirk Broder 167 Greg Roberts 177 Mike Mathews 190 Randy Johnson Hvywt. Mews Swimming Champions Event Champion J. Keles, B. Foss D. Groff, J. Holiday 200 Yd Medley Relay 50 Yd Free Peter Hay 50 Yd Back Ed Bryant 50 Yd Fly Dave Groff 100 Yd Free John Bates 50 Yd Breast Bob Foss 100 Yd Medley 200 Yd Free Relay Marty Doerr B. Foss, W. Fialka D. Groff, J. Holiday Diving Dave Heim Effort 1247.0 23.6 28.6 26.5 53.5 30.4 1:00.3 1:36.6 129.00 Dan White . . Mews Track Champions Event 100 Yd Dash 880 Yd Run 120 Yd Low Hurdles 440 Yd Relay Long Jump Softball Throw 200 Yd Dash 440 Yd Dash 65 Yd High Hurdles 3 Standing Jumps High Jump 880 Yd Relay Champion Chris Shank Ben Welch Les Eggerman L. Lewis, T. Williams J. Williams, C. Burge Henry Marshall Dan Dippold Stephen Frei Ben Welch Les Eggerman Gene Twellman Rob Miller L. Eggerman, E. Gerlach J. Thompson, J. Klein Effo rt 10.6 2:02.4 13.8 46.5 21 BMW 3079" 21.3 54.3 8.4 289 SM" 6'4 We', 1.39.6 Nicholas M. Vedros K m V n a D 218 ing For Everyone In t e m 0 8 Nicholas M, Vedros Dan White Nitm Has M. Va In JS . i: H! 1 1 Z3 i Sororities 1 1 l - Zeta Tau Alpha, Rank Team Points 1 1 - . I Gibbons Houge, 1. ZetaTau 299 and Brass Monkles 2. Theta 270.5 1 - ' 3. KKG 191 Flmsh on Top 4. PiPhi 187 In Women,s Ms 5. ADPi 170 6. ChiO 118.5 7- DG 92.5 8. TriDelta 74 9. AlphaPhi 43.5 10. AChiO 45 11. GammaPhi 33.5 12. KappaDelta 20 13. AEPhi 5 C01 3mm 11! m. m m David Roloff Women,s Intramurals: Charged with energy, Desire and devotion IRHA Independent Rank Team Points Rank Team Points 1 1. Gibbons 260 1 Brass Monkies 134.5 1 2. George 223 2 Hot Flashes 97 3. Farwell 187 3 Bionic Women 90.5 4. Searcy 130.5 4. Maranatha 47 5. Hayes 117 5. Tigers 40 1 1 6. Dimitt 99 6 B.S.U. 37.5 3 7. Aldrich 81 7 Physical Therapy 31 l 8. Keely 78.5 8 Wazoos 7 23.5 V 9. Crumbaugh 78 9. Mad Grads ' 23 1 10. Campbell 61 10. Dynomites 20 1 11. Day 59 11. MU Torcs 18 ! . 12. Ripley 58.5 12. Knucks 16 f , 13. 1 Varner 52.5 13. Hackers 13 3. 14. Harbeson 50.5 14. B.S.A. 12.5 15. Branham 48.5 15. Med. Records 12 1 1 Dan While 221 Women,s SWImmIng Champions Event Champion Effort 200 Yd Medley Relay C. Creamer, A. Pobanz, 2:18.0 S. Mathews, G. Ness 200 Yd. Free L. Bollinger, L. Copeland, 2110.6 L. Arnold, K. McCanse 50 Yd Free C. Hoffman 229.2 100 Yd Free G. Ness 1:07.4 200 Yd Free J. Kroeger 2:40.9 50 Yd Breast A. Pobanz 137.2 100 Yd Breast L. Bollinger 1:24.1 50 Yd Back L. Arnold 137.3 100 Yd Back C. Hoffman 1220.1 50 Yd Butterfly L. Arnold :33.1 100 Yd Ind. Medley L. Bollinger 1:17.0 Diving P. Branton Fred Barnes lxm whin Fred Barnes 224 Womenlc, Track Champions Event 60 Yd Hurdles 100 Yd Dash 220 Yd Dash 440 Yd Run 880 Yd Run Mile Run 440 Pursuit Relay 880 Pursuit Relay High Jump Long Jump Softball Throw Shot Put Champion Lisa Cantwell Lynn Scherzer Linda Sharpe Lisa Cantwell Karen Rudolph Michell Kelley L. Vogel, E. Hoffman, J. Benz, J. Long L. Cantwell, K. Rudolph, S. Rudolph, A. Hinchman J. Long, L. Sharpe, P. Kent Faye Bertels 13 3V4" Marla Hollandsworth 178,3V2" Jill Garrett 27,114" Admin tration IS overnOr Bond x J hanccllor Schooling x Chford EH President R A IOU dministrat I 226 2 yr ' N. :3? '. Board Of Curators Rex Williams Van Williams John Dalton Barb Berkmeyer C. R. Johnston Irvin Pane Pleasant Smith Dr. WallaCCKStacey' Howard Woods g .m r1 6 e .m g n E f o e .8 be d C William R. Kimel MD C o b m G b o B n .m m m, L d E f O G g b. d F Elmer R. Kiehl School of Agriculture '5 0 1'1 W. Patel Robert ZAPA s , .' ka1mx m e.kxx ,,W.: .? . Yandcrs Armon 1 Arts and .G Edward P. Miller School Of Library Science Charles C. Lobeck. Jr. School of Medicine Roy M. Fisher School Of Journalism Wugzu'm W. Mungvl Willam L. Iickjmrdl Collvgv M l R my l-vawmirs $v110010i Law x H. George Frederickson Jane Brinton Public and Community Services Kcnneth D. Wcide College Of Veterinary Medicine School of N ursing Branham House. From left to right. Row One: Ellen Baker, Sheri Specter, Zoe Goeckeler, Missy Monnig, Joanne Suellentrop, Peggy Fiala. Jane Walters, Carol Meyer, Pat Brown. Row Two: Ruth Houlihan, Lori Reid, Patty Honse, Sue Offutt, Barb Landrum, Margaret Huss, Denise Tegethoff, Cindy Mitter, Melissa Yeary, Glenda Foster. Kathie Mitchell, Beverly Mil- ler, Kathe Johnson, Julie Olivastro, Lorraine Schwartze. Row Three: Cathy Gorland, Joy Crowell, Wendy Stroeher, Renee Voege, Nancy Taylor, Jo Ann Gay, Gail Gilkey, Anne Kraft, Debbie McKnight, Chris Wahler, Marilyn Smart. 7f Cramer Penthousemicklin House Cramer Penthouse. From left to right. Ed Rayman. Andy Gravagna, Jim Collier, Dean Lanier. Bill Luna, Paul Krieger, Brad Kirtley, J.W. Wallace. Not Pictured: Jon Hicks. Ficklin House. From left to right. Row One: Sue Kinder. Row Two: Jackie Hileman, Sherry Nicholson, Patty Moss, Debbie Bundy, Debbie Jacobson, Julie Livers, Janet Brunner. How Three: Roxanne Ruder, Brenda Lester, Susan Stelter, Kathy Smokey, Carol Fritz, Dawn Hinshaw, Donna Menger- son, Mary Ellen Marty. 236 Shields and Fenton Houses. From left to right. How One: Larry Gordon, Larry Naeger, Ben VanNoy, Robin Deters, Paul Duorak. Dave Keeton, Jim Pulcrano, Kevin Kiner, Steve Baldwin. Row Two: Karen Knirr. Barb Peter- spn, Vicki Wigren. Diane Solomon, Jill Duntze, Cindi Mitchell, Linda McClintock, Dorothy Frick, Jeanne Floyd, Kathy Missavage, Linda Hain95 Row Three: Bill VanAlstine, Tina Bozoian, Karen Laster, Mary Lou Pr? ston, Janet Mertz. Mary Reeves, Glenda Rippey, Kathleen Stewart, Cathy Heidebrecht. Jane Seewoester, Tammy Springer, Mary Ann Baker, Janet L93 Eddy. Janet Yagel. Row Four: Dave Biggs, Ronald K. Brooks, Denise King, Kim Rauch, B J. Watkins, Ann Gilbert, Debbie Patterson, Debbie lhms, Nancy Edwards, Jacqueline Conrad, Beth Goodwin, Judy Davis Row Five: Greg Longan, Ken Albers, Ken Peterman, Richard Gould, Jim Michelson, Mike Levy, Stan Ellis, Robin Hornstra, Steve Walker. 237 Crumbaugh House. From left to right. How One: Denise Gaiser, Carolyn Russell, Cindy Wohlert, Judy Bartley, Marilyn Dotta, Mary Grodie, Linda Reichardt, Terri Howland, Rosemary Ullmer, Joan Bohn, Donna Ganna- way, Dacia chhowski, Shelly Dyer. Row Two: Debbie Green, Debbie Overton, Liz Cook, Cindy Fulford, Dianne Smith, Anita Marshall, Karen 238 Sargent, Lynn Housemann, Sue Luipersbeck, Janet Piggott, Janet Davis, K Mona Fischer, Becky Johnson. Row Three: Lee Ann Lacy. Julie Cox, Nancy Robinson, Melanie Possett, Janine Aurich, Joetta Vansell, Lynn Compton, Tina Benschop, Donna Hicks, Corinne Fiehler, Pam Clark, Sue Feld. - I I . . . aswmmm. m m m. m m "In an: m Anora- cc m: cm uum Nicholas M. Vedros life for over a century. 5 k e 6 r1 G IZZOU Part Of M Dan White Dan White C n Ln mu A sorority can mean many things to the people who belong and to those who view. An Alpha Chi Omega has capitalized on this advantage by using her sorority to help fulfill her goals and at the same time, give back to the house the leadership it needs to continue to grow. Beside the fun at formals, bull sessions, midnight runs to Taco Tico, and the multitude of activities each Alpha Chi participates in, there is a depth which characterizes the Alpha Chis and makes them different from all other houses. Although no one pretends to love each other equally, there is a mutual respect and consideration that is part of our lives, and part of our strength. It is with love and pride that we return at the end Of each summer, realizing how much a part of ourselves we have left behind. With the knowledge that we belong to this group in a bond that is deeper than words can express, it is then that feeling must take over. '"WW . 7': Wmsmm 5 5 5 . 1 Alpha Chl Omega 5 I Peggy Green 20 Connie Simmons 39 Pm Behrendl 5 2 Lonna Mayhugh 21 Carol French 40 Susan Knowles 5 1 3 Linda Sandcrs 22 Cindy Bodinghousc 41 Linda Galbierz 4 Mary Jo Sokol 23 Beth Harris 42 Janel Deppe 5 . 5 Sue Lincll 24 Leslie Wallenmeyer 43 Linda Falco . 5 6 Michele Snow 25 Debbi1-1usan 44 Suzanne Williams 15 7 Jan Beljan 26 Bev Wood 45 Karen Levick 8 Cheri 132111011 27 Call Badalamemi 46 Marcie Jones 5 9 Cheryl Randall 28 Debe Rhodes 47 Robbie Madgel 5 15 1o Cathy Barron 29 Lynn Bamlnmemi 48 Ruthie Evans 5 5 ll Cathy DOUQZIH 30 Jill Klu1enkamper 49 Wendy Patterson 5 l2 Barb Landcs 31 Kallw Wilson 50 Terry Hawkins 1 13 Amy Vnndcpopulicrc 32 Debbie Schiller 51 Tcrcsa Davidson 5 14 Cindy Conncn 33 Janet Cnrdctli 52 Sherry Richardson 5 l5 Susan Shugan 34 Cathy Hawn 53 Karcn Guymon : 16 Debbie Huger 35 Cathy Claymzm 54 Lori Gcrdes 5 I 57 Melissa Ncwmzm 36 Nancv Clay 55 Mary ch Peacock 5 , 18 Allison 11151115100101 37 Debh'ic 15151322111 56 Lou Ann Pfeifcr '55 WWW Madm 38 Connie Yates Alpha Delta P1 was founded May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, as the Adelpheah Society and became the first secret society in the world for college women, and the mother of the entire sorority system. The Alpha Gamma Chapter was founded April 15, 1915, as the University of Missouri's eighth serority. Alpha Delta P1 was one of the first to move into the area which later became the heart of "Greektown". In 1927 the girls moved into the present house at 809 Richmond. Beautifully decorated houses became the rule rather than the exception and Alpha Gamma wentthrough several "refurnishingh projects. The lot and h0use next door on Burnham Ave. were purchased and used temporarily as an annex. In 1956, the two houses were connected by a three story center section, complete with front porch and columns. By fall of that year, the house was finished as it stands today. I Dana Morrison 2 Kayla Davis 3 Cliffie Howard 4 Lynn Anne Davis 5 Micki Schreves 6 Kay Rulo 7 Terri Turner 8 Laurie Flynn 9 Michele Fischback 10 Julie Kull 11 Marsan Schoeberle 12 Julia Sandbothe 13 Leslie Paladin 14 Wendy Darling 15 Nancy McKain 16 Nancy Morris 17 Sharon Jarvis 18 Ginger Banley 19 Cris Humphrcys 20 Diane Merleni 21 Pm Axmacher 22 Karen Witzenburg 23 0110115 Geigel 24 Mary .10 Hanmzmn 35 1111a Ruth 26 Judi Terry 27 Mary Dmx'rick 28 .luliv Baker Alpha Delta Pi 29 Carol Strain 30 Diane Hanke 31 Amy Brahm 32 Katie Knoedelseder 33 Sheila Stevens 34 Mary Beth Byrne 35 Susan Wiedmier 36 Carol Edwards 37 Jeanne Schrage 38 Donna Burk 39 Pau1a Tuttle 40 Sally Bouton 41 Mary Kay Huber 42 Carol Spence 43 Alice Middleton 44 Linda Zdvorak 45 Wendy Berglund 46 Susie Coney 47 Mary Kannapell 48 Sue ArmbrusIer 49 P211 Davy 50 Pam Gelhnch 51 Tricia Allen 52 Hannah Stollcr 53 Judy Kunlcr 54 Karen 11'21keficld 55 Marla Ohlhauscn 56 Jean Wchmcr 57 Gail Raaf 58 Valerie Goller 59 Janel Eason 60 Joyce Capshaw 61 Nancy Ade 62 Ann Abbenhaus 63. Linda Marcus 64 Vicki Scheetz 65 Paula Neider 66 Elaine Clark 67 Ellen Wegam 68 Teresa Scherer 69 Robin Johnson 70 Nancy Davidson 71 Susan Wulff 72 Many Finley 73 Sansi Mitchell 74 Kathy Leonard 75 Judy Iselin 76 Dana Boosman 77 Pat Hofmcister 78- Wendy Krechel 79 Patti Himme1 80 Suzanne Burton 81 Mary Wilcox 82 P211 Schocck 83 Claire Schultz 84. Jan Dishino Alpha Epsilon Phi. Our main interest is in The first Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded people as individuals. Our house is hot on October 24, 1909 at Barnard College in just a non-sectariah sorority, it is a group New York with our motto being "multa . of girls who are friends with One another. corda, una casa," meaning "many hearts, i Pledge moms, walk-outs, after-hours one purpose." The colors green and white parties, formals, parents, weekend and signifying loyalty and fellowship senior banquet are only a part of what symbolizes our sorority, while the i AEPhi is all about. cultured pearl is our national jewel. Our Alpha Beta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded on February 16, 1929 and we are one of the youngest houses on Mizons campus. 246 .o o Alpha Epsilon Phi I Barb Mendelson 2 Andrea Spain 3 Lesley Samuels 4 Debbie Cohen 5 Julie Bailis 6 Linda Ganenherg 7 Karen Feldman 8 Sue Kugman 9 Lynne Goxsdincr 10 Linda Roscmhal 11 Diana Goldberg: 1': Sheryl Appelbnum l3 . Scllingcr 14 LL ISlemtrficlti IS Jody Levy 16 Candy Craven 1? Nancy Levin l8 LL-slt-y Shindlcr IH Lissx' Grant 20 mm 1.1 Goldman 11 Mani Shprmzm 23 Ellen Epstein 33 Merry Madway 24 Julie Frankel 25 Julie Baer 26 Robyn Wimcr 27 Jennie Nax'ran 28 Lauren Feinbcrg 29 Sue Berkowilz 3O Jeannie 31 Robyn Fcigenbaum 32 Robin Goodman 33 Carol Josephs 34 Joan Nisscnhnum 35 Ann Goldman 36 Sun: Kaufman 37 Michelle Ludwig 38 Linda K 1 39 Dt-hhic bn'nm 40 Rhuda Hmimnn 41 ,lrxly Simon 42 Ronnie Simon 43 Karen Cherry 44 Sandy Hsiman 45 Sharon Lipschulz 46 Mickie Hollub 47 Jill Kaplan 48 Pany Gm 49 Weny Schlozman 50 Marla Baum SI Judy Slem 52 Debbi Silverman 53 Debbie Kletsky 54 Debbie Davidson 55 Donna Silverman 56 Nancy Rolh 57 Doc Franzel 58 Debbie Wolff 59 Touhe Snndcr 60 Sandy l lzlfils 61 Linda Roscmhal 247 248 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1 Rick Salus 2 Gordon Olswing 3 Bob Dorman 4 Roger Grossman 5 Carl Ranger 6 Adam Elbein 7 Jan Fichman 8 Howard Moglovkin 9 Jeff Rabin 10 Bruce Becker 11 David Gerchen 12 Don Weinberg 13 Larry Cohen 14- Scott Dorman 15 Aaron Linder 16 Ken Nieman 17 Ed Meltzer 18 Dave Abrams 19 Jeff Brous 20 Jim Rosenbloom 21 Gary Essman 22 SCOII Schwanz 23 Lee Levinson 24- Bruce Frager 25 Bill Kusman 26 Lee Kline 27 Miles Ross 28 Bruce Ring 29 Lonnie Grosman 30 Brad Geller 31 Mrs. Jennie D. Simpson 32 Sheldon Harber 33. Terry Slaw 34 Todd Plan 35 Ken Caplin 36 Mike Cotlar 37 Marc Singer 38 John Schrier 39 Bruce Lucas 40 Mark Manfield 41 Paul Fasbinder 42 Paul Siegel 43 Mark Lucas 44 Steve Sobelman 45 Steve Cupples 46 Steve Beyer 47 Mark Raisher 48 Mark German 49 Steve Reichman 50 Les Kaplan 51 Steve Friedberg 52 Bruce Cohen 53 Steve Levinson 54 Barry Laiderman 55 Dick Feldman 56 Steve Lasky 57 Ken Fichman 58 Ron Levin 59 Alan Goodhean 60 Marshall Silvermimz 61 Gary Wilson 62 Sidney Krieger 63 Bob Komblum 64 Stuart Weinstein 65 Jay Brand 66 Michael Kleg 67 Mark Lapides 68 Mark Bench 69 Jon Brown 70 Jeff Keyser 71 Jon Becker 72 Larry Wolfe? 73 sandy Levme 74 Merritt Mamrmh 75. Rick Mann 76 Mike Altman 77 Milton Donch 78 Dave EckelS 79 Steve Nuell 249 250 am t l w-wm Theta Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho is celebrating its 60th year on the University of Missouri campus. Founded in 1916, it has since continued to provide for its members a social-professional fraternity with common ties in agriculture. Alpha Gamma Rho is located at 602 College Avenue with a house capacity of 55 men. The men of Alpha Gamma Rho have always believed in leadership and scholarship and continue to stress these two points to new brothers. Alpha Gamma Rho is well represented in such activities as IFC. MSA. Ag. Student Council, all major organizations in the College Of Agriculture. and other campus organizations. In addition we consistently rank in the top third in scholarship on campus. Traditional social activities of Alpha Gamma Rho include the Pink Rose Formal and Poverty Party, a weekend festival open to the campus. h? Alpha Gamma Rho 1 R1 11 x11 Chapman 2 Mikc Lodbellcr 3 Kevin 1 ioward 4 "Mum" Barren 5 Donald Cupps G Mmlhcw Henkoski 7 Timmhy Lackey 8 Chnrlvs Robbins 9 Only Billkcnbt 15th Io 1111;111Smrry 11 11l1slm'11z1x'idson 12.111111t-sl3i5hcr 13 11L'ndcll Minson 14 Rockc Weaver 15 Gary K1111:- 16 Mark Larson 17 11'05103' Bccrsman I8 Robvrl Comlron 19 Jeff Zimmcrschin'd 20 George Finnulincr 21 Charlvs Md Jurmcy 22 Philip Flinn 23 M. ch Coven 24 David Ticljcn 25 Tom Irlcndci'son 26 Randy Spragg 27 Many McDonnell 28 David Minnick 29 00ng Ayers 30 Jerry Cowcn 31 Steve Crawford 32 Danny Caszuly 33 Kirby Brooks 34 Stan l,icbhnrl 251 1 I ; H 1 1 111 :1 The professional agriculture fraternity. Alpha Gamma Sigma, was first organized as a local fraternity at Columbia on January 28,.1923. It was the outgrowth of a feeling among certain men that the other agriculture fraternities were disregarding the type of men essential to the proper forwarding of agriculture. Alpha Gamma Sigma was founded upon the high ideals and goals which agriculturalists hold high for the perpetuation Of the profession. All of the men who make up the Sigma house are agriculture majors. Through a well balanced curriculum, a Sigma develops his personality, character, body and mind. His activities range from intramural sports to house parties and academics. Alpha Gamma Sigma 1 Dale Carrier 2 Barry Schusler 3 Ray Ledgem'ood 4 Bob Schocning 5 Mike Ellis G Neil Slicncr 7 Curl Volkcr 8 Dwight Jones 9 11'3'AIIPhillips IO Randy Rodgers 11 Roger 210111151011 1'21im Harmon 1:: David Hay 14 David NUCHC 13 Mike Walker 16 Carl Sclm'inkv l7licmurt1 Hurgfrcdc IR Jvm' Schoonlmm 19 Mark Cadle 20 Chuck Rush 21 Joe Llewellyn 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Paul McNary Blake Harst Jean Beggar Ron Brock Glenn Egan Rick Love Bruce MacDonald Carter Hcilmcycr .Ioc 1121115211 Bob Imam- Doug Dichl Dan Schmku Doug Gulshnll Doug Hmnk 36 Lynn Rodgers 37 Don Brocrmann 38 Kent Temleton 39 Robcn Volker 40 Cary Cornelius 41 Tom llcnmn 42 David Cmighmd 43 Meh'in 'mcllncr 44 Gene Brcdchocf1 45 Jim Irinwcnon 46 Gary Brccden 47 Joe Shryock 48 Richard Chapple 49 Mike Painlcr SO Kcnl McCullough 51 Mark Uicsclmzm 5'2 Jim 21111105 --n. Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi was the fifth sorority established at the University. In 1909, a group of 10 women students formed Sub Rosa, a secret local organization and on Mar. 4, 1910 the 10 members were initiated as members of Alpha Phi national womerTs fraternity. The original house was located at 805 Virginia, which is now the site of the Gillette parking lot. The current location at 906 5. Providence was purchased in 1919, the chapter house was built, and in 1922 Alpha Phi moved into its new home. Throughout our 67-year history at Mizzou, Phis have prided themselves as being a house of involved individuals. This year the tradition has been kept by having members in honoraries, little sisters and service organizations, plus having finalists for Homecoming Queen and Miss Missouri and the President of MSA among our ranks. Alpha Phi 1 Leslie Borough 2 Linda Hay 3 Jeaneen Spencer 4 Midge Wheeler 5 Ech Walker 6 Janice Jones 7 Julie Walker 23 Nancy Earls 24 Dianna Healy 25 Kathy Maloney 26 Mary Welter 27 Demi Konlras 28 Pam Bonderer 29 Karen Richards Dee Dee Busceno Kay Anderson Lisa Davis Annie Allen Linda Douglas Jody Jahrling Tina Frappier 8 Peggy Wrighlsman 30 Maria Ruffalo 51 Nancy Lynn : ; 9 Donna Strain 31 Bunni Shanle 52 Jeanne Amick j - 10 Terry Shoemeyer 32 Rene Delisle 53 Mary Harness 1 1 1 11 '1brcsn BcDunnah 33 Karen Claonn 54 Tammy McElroy 1 1 1 ' I2 Debbie Sams 34 Linda Gash 55 Lynne Gressley 11 I3 Melanie Hedrick 35 Chris Foster 56 Karen Mas10n 1 14 Diana Loomis 36 Marcia Jones 57 Pam Donovan 1 IS Terri Weber 37 Cindy Drewes 58 Sally Murray 1 JG Joni Wellhausen 38 Debbie Drake 59 "Mon" Fanning 1 17 Melissa Ferguson 39 Shelley Sebastian 60 Linda Caldwell 1 1 18 Mary Ann Drape 40 Kathy Moore 61 Judy Ward . .1 19 Sandy Brennecke 41 Carey Lumpkin 62 Laurie Kipper 1 1 30 Melanie Tabem 42 Mitzi Bohzmnon 63 Debi Johnston 1 21 Arlene, Brinker 43 Lynda Francis 64 D'Arcy IViarrison '.2 Jill Hood 1 11 In a fraternity, diversity is the mark of success. In 1975-76, Alpha Tau Omega achieved both. A brotherhood of unique individuals united by a common bond of friendship, the "Taus" excelled in every area of college life. In varsity athletics it was difficult to find a sport and not find an ATO. Ten were members of this years football team, while others participated in basketball, baseball, tennis, cross country, track, soccer and rugby. 1n intramurals the ATOs won both the softball and football Championships in a bid for a fifth fraternity league intramural title in six years. t ATOs were members of nearly every honor society on campus, including Delta Kappa, Kappa Tau Alpha. Sigma Rho Sigma, Pi Omicron Sigma and Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha Tau Omega I Bruce Waddle 2 Steve Klein 3 John Wilhers 4 Lee Keilh 5 Don Thompson 6 Mrs, McLamb 7 David Barbe 8 Mike Barbe 9 Barry Parks to Bob Waibcl H Kim Sharburn 12 Ron Harrison 13 Dm'c Groff I4 Tom schmder 3 Bill Fialku 16 Bob Kayfon 17 Tim Shocklec '8 Edshelly '0 John Callahan 40 Bohcomfon Jl SCUM H'Doublm' 22 Don Thompson 23 John Gilstrap 24 Greg Fowler 25 Kun H'Doubler 26 Alan Spencer 27 John Wersl 28 Doug Slansbury 29 Terry Garland 30 Walter McCormick 3I Chip Wickens 32 Jim Peters 33 Barry Vercclh 34 Tim Hughes 35 Sam Churchill 36 Jim szmder 37 Chris Homblny 38 Rick McDonald 39 Todd Arnold 40 Paul Strviff 41 Jnhn Sweeney 42 Duane Whonon 43 Randy Twaddle 44 Jim Dionne 45 Dan McClard 46 Bob Zick 47 Randy Harper 48 Jeff Zeis 49 Doug Zick SO ThEIICh Urwin 51 Tim O'Lcary 52 Jim Corbett 53 Jim Briggs 54 Tom Bakcr 55 Rob 4mllcrs 56 Kevin Ausbum 57 Seth Koppcs 58 Stu ZiCk 59 Jeff Anglcn 60 Jeff Baron 61 Jim Jordan 257 x .4 JvMi;JWprnasW Beta Sigma Psi, the Natiorjal Fraternity for Lutheran men, was organized in 1925 and has chapters located primarily in the Midwest. Iota Chapter was chartered at Mizzou on December 8, 1962 with twelve members Over the years Iota has grown in membership to over 60 men. During this period Iota has lived in 4 different houses, occupying the present house at 206 College since 1967. .2? Beta Sigs are especially and justifiably proud of their scholastic achievements which have resulted from a sound scholastic program set by the Chapter. Social functions vary all the way from informal house parties to sorority . exchanges to the Gold Rose Formal. Other activities include Little Sisters, intramurals, and Trivia Bowl sponsored by Beta Sig for the United Way Charities. Beta Sigma Psi 1 Charley Wilken 2 Gary Lange 3 Danny Sauer Keith Walters Eric Wahers Les Ememwan 11111161 E15 narrcn MaYES Paul X11116? 161 e Growcock .1m McElroy 515332101014- 12 Gary M'ilberg I3 .I. P. Thomsen 1-1 Dale Kolm 15 Roger Loesc'n 16 Mike Kullman 17 Warren Harms 18 Laura Sxoik 19 Doug Schnelle 20 Jeff Walman 21 Rob Meyer 22 Al Marks 23 Bill SC'nerer 2; Tem' Kaempfe 25 Carig Hofmann 26 Tom Linenbroker 27 Eric Yerseman 28 Loren Lumpe 29 Mike 065561 30 Bmce Bauman 31 Brian Xiemum 32 Greg Klein 33 Eddie Blumk .ba 49 .1. U 41:10 2' 7" .' 2' '1 oi: n 03.1. 259 The Zeta Phi chapter of Beta Theta Pi is the largest fraternity on the University of Missouri campus. Approximately 100 men live in the house and another 25 live off campus. We annually rank among the top two fraternities in both scholarship and intramural athletics. Also, we have several athletes representing Missouri in intercollegiate athletics and several fraternity brothers participate in a wide range of campus activities. Beta Theta Pi has been part of Missouri's Greek system since 1890. In that year, the Zeta Phi society, which was founded in 1870, merged with the national Beta organization to form the Zeta Phi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi. Beta moved to its present location at 520 College Ave. in 1913. In 1964, the house was remodeled, and another building adjacentto the main house was purchased as an annex. :2; Tu'a r "9 861a Theta Pi 1 Neil Sprague 18 Mark Parchman 2 Steve Weitzel 19 Don Rudolph 3 Brad Miller 20 Richard Blankership 4 Mark Gibbs 21 Jean Bradshaw 5 Steve Manin 22 John Franklin 6 Jim Reed 23 Bill Seabaugh 7 John Morgenson 24 Don Ellis 8 Dave McLeuran 25 Keith Koenigsdorf 9 Mark Clark 26 Brad Squires 10 Dave Boehi 27 Randy Husky 11 Kevin Schewe 28 Greg Colwick 12 Bo Powel! 29 "Mom" Norris 13 Keilh Yanner 30 Tom Flood 14 John Vanderlichl 31 Doug Williams 15 Mike Acuff 32 Scon Stephens 16 Rob Steinbeck 33 Tom Molina I7 Lowell Knehans 34 Dave Neal 35 Chris Bond 36 John Harvey 37 Buddie Smith 38 Rob Owsley 39 Gene Gengelbach 40 Bruce Holder 41 Jim Pachak 42 Robin E11 43 Tom Ebinger 44 Jack Muench 45 Clay Gordon 46 Steve Fox 47 Steve Gray 48 Mike Miller 49 Mark Cordes 50 Bill Tikey 51 Stew Moreland Chi Omega was founded at the University Of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Arkansas, on April 5, 1895. At Missowi, the Rho Alpha chapter of Chi Omega was installed on June 3, 1913, with 30 Charter members. Chi Omega first sponsored the National Achievement Award for Women in 1930. It was the first national woments organization to give an award for the outstanding achievement of a woman. Recipients of this award include Margaret Mead, Madame Chiang Kai Shek and Margaret Chase Smith. Chi Omega does not sponsor any national philanthropic organization. Each Chapter donates to the community service organization of its choice, for Chi Omega feels more can be accomplished on a local level than on an impersonal national one. Last year at Missouri, we held a fund- raising drive for the Handicapped Students Foundation. We are sponsors of a Columbia Blue Bird troop. Around Halloween time, we also have an annual party for underprivileged Children. Chi Omega ll Kalhy Spillane 2 Annc Barber .315nrbic0reen 1L Chery Akrc :3 Carla Luetkemcycl' 0 Hcv Gilham 7 Shn Shelley 8 Linda Schmidt 9 June! Newman I0 lvahy Montgomcrv II Mmdy Mmldc V 1; Nina Plurad H Mary Maxcy 1: Jill Ensign lg Cindy Holhcrmich If: Cheryl Wilson Ir IN-nise .Jaegcr l8 Snnrly Schacler IU lt-Hny Warner Jib Jana Smith 1.1 mm Svhncidcr 44 Lmrhu Rochow 23 Renee Kone 24 Ann Branch 25 Sue Bardgen 26 Susan Franklin 27 Cable Early 28 Sue Sharp 29 Michele Heft 30 Gina Potecl 3I Michelle Ruvhtc 32 Anne Gray 33 Kathy Cooper 34 Jean Bowen 35 Sue Rolh 36 Barb Wrighl 37 Cheryl Rithvsin 38 Gayle Amivk 35; Lynn Tracy 40 Sandy Hrtmivn 41 Cindy Dcwnll 42 Vickie l Inllcnkump 43 Sandy AShCly 44 Nikki JOHN 45 Polly Bracken 46 Judy Franklin 47 Kay Morrison 48 Sue Wilkinson 49 Janet Faith 50 chbic Kncz 51 Laurie Scoll 52 Ginny Nelson 53 Jan Price 54 Beth Fcllmcier 55 Denise Dailey 56 "Mom" Kirlley 57 Sue Wood 58 Lisa McCaskill 59 Cathy Potty 60 Nancy Davis 61 J0 liritkson 62 MCI Parks 63 Ann Hrundcnherg G4 Miuxcln Crows 67 Sue Fischer 68 Lee Ann Finley 69 Debbie Haines 70 Kathy Mahar 71 Lissa Murch 72 Debby Thompson 73 Barb Hoffman 74, Nancy Ulrey 75 Lisa Piper 76 Mary Klinefeher 77 Jenny Buehlcr 78 Julie Worl 79 Ann Wilson 80 Marcia Wilcox 81 Karri 'lTygsZ 82 Elizabeih Sellcck 83 Polly While 84- Carol Slewan 85 Kathy Koch 86 BarbHcdlin 65 Amanda Manchester 87 NnncyStrebcl 6'6 Maria I lollnndswonh 263 264 The Delta Xi Chapter of Delta Delta Delta was found in 1915. The founding members first maintained a home on Hitt Street. Later, in November of 1924, they moved to a house on Bass Avenue and from there they moved to their Chapter home at 901 Richmond Avenue. Although it was thexfirst sorority 0r fraternity house built on its block, it was situated in the center of what is now known as Greek Town. Although the house itself is very important to a sorority, the girls inside remain the real backbone and binding factor of 111 Delta. Many girls with varying interests, personalities and lifestyles have come and gone through its interiors in the years of 111 Delta history on the Missouri campus. The accomplishments of the girls of 1976 have laid a firm foundation for the continuing success of hi Delta in years to come. ' Delta Delta Delta 1 Jennifer Rose 2 Maureen MCGhee 3 Chris Schaffer 4 Pam Wellman 5 Connie Doyle 6 Jean Ann Goucher 7 Kalhy Cartier 8 Chris Andrews 9 Mary Ann Rolf 10 Kitty Mccanse 11 Jane Cox 12 Becky Reeds 13 Lisa Copeland 14 Cindy Rose 15 Christ Jones 16 Becky Hancock 17 Janet Pilcher 18 thy Allen 19 Jane Moody 20 Jill Brown '21 Cindy Caldarcllo 32 Marge Markham 1 Lca Anne Bolliger V HamicSChrappcn 1 Cindy Vilmcr 26 Marry Kimball 27 Bclh liichc-nzlum :28 Sarah Timon 29 Peggy Bcchmld 30 Kelly Miller 31 Lynn Arnold 32 Debbie Walz 33 Karen Johnson 34 Marcia Hales 35 Debbie Sprague 36 Mani Shuler 37 Linda Sloan 38 Melanie C06 39 Susan Anderson 40 Barb Thomson 41 Sue Hildebrechl 42 Karen Panerson 43 Sarah Sauer 44 Pat Barton 45 Mindy Petty 46 Judy Cox 47 Gigi Mamima 48 Joelyn Christensen 49 Beth Davis 50 Lynn Beckett 51 Bonnie Keith 52 Susie Bcndcr 53 Chris Gillison 54 Linda Stephens 55 Cindy Gallagher 56 Jam; Shun 57 Alice 5 ilhu 58 Judy .Iohnningmeycr 59 Debbie, Campbell 60 Vicki Roberts 61 Sandy Vilmer 62 Anne Sikes 63 Joannie Ferguson 64 Mary Jane Jones 65 Sally Fechter 66 Paula Lemmon 67 Kitty McGhee 68 Lisa Ray 69 Barb Madison 70 Jan Goodwin 71 Lori Williams 72 Peggy McGhee 73 Deon Wolfenbarger 74,Sandy Wagner 75 Leslie Brown 76 Glenda Welsh 77 Laurie Young 78 Jeri Keathley 79 Debbic Crancer 80 Chris Cavanaugh 81 Marti Kuhn 83 Julie Collins 83 Claudia Ernst 84 Ann Gou'rd 85 Dawn Krones 86 Julie Whinon 87 Julie Sleckclbcrg 88 thy Canlc 265 The national sorority of Delta Gamma was Today activities and scholarships occupy founded in 1873 at the Lewis School, Oxford, much of the DOS time. Mississippit House activities include philanthropic However, it was the Spring of 1909 before projects; raising money for aid to the blind a chapter began at the University of Missouri. students on campus and across the nation. At that time sixteen girls became members of Mu Chapter, receiving the golden anchor Everyday, Delta Gammas are actively pin. participating in all these areas; enjoying college life and working together. The original house was consumed by fire over Christmas vacation in 1934 and the new Chapter house at the present location was completed in the fall of 1936. 266 Delta Gamma I Susan Steinbeck 2 Deanne Pallcrson 3 Sharon 1 ioward 4 Michelle 1715er 5 Libby Boyd 9 Slzxtcy Rowlcy 1 Denise Guigon 8 Dollic Bellman 9 Susan Hmml 10 Kelly Blurk 11 Kim Miclwick 12 chc Livcsav 1:1 Cmdy Brinkob 14 Susan Lundrvgzm 15111111 11-11ka1 16 lilinmr 1121121111 17 Kunni Nm'ingvr 18 111511 Lumpill .19 Smit' Mznhvws 20111111111111- 11 1211111111 22 Sue TTUCVL'I 23 Leslie Churchill 24 Cunnic Kamakas 25 Brenda Lewis 26 Cyndy Burroughs 27 Sherry Sexton 28 Linda Rice 29 Barb I 111541105 30 Cindy Cornelius 31 Debra lindmll 32 Collccn Crmmor 33 Ann Pobzmz 34- Donna Sigfusson 35 lJcnny Carbon 36 Ann 1121111011111 37 Jant Parks 38 Lynn Austin 39 Lzu 1110 1x'cmhocncr 40 quly 1411111101 41.!21110111mdlL-y 42H1'1h1lz1mp1- 43 Terri Trochuck 44-1Jackic Crawford 45 Mary chdson 46 2Ibrriannc Hagcb'ush 47 Janet Williams 48 Debbic Miller 49 Cathy Russo 50 Janice Dewin 51 5am 215llomasson 52 Janice Kuccklcr 53 Joyce .11illcr 54 Jun Smilh 55 Debbie Aull 56 Gretchen No.95 57 Gingcr lizlpcrl 58111me Cane 59 Joanne Aylcr 6014'nnShorcs 61 liilccn Kcllvhcr a 1W?$ 9 267 268 Delta Sigma Phi 1 Jeff Burrows 12 Steve Knox 2 Tom Prieto 13 Mark Godich 3 Harry Hoppmann 14 Les Halveland 4 Steve Richardson 15 Bill Lang 5 Pledge 16 Glen Gilliam 6 Steve Ramben 17 Dan Gibbs 7 EM Lemp 18 Mike Smid 8 Mark Sherman '9 Pa! Neylon 9 Rick Reed 20 Gary Hacker 10 Chris Hawken 21 Steve Smith 11 Brian Hunt 22 Mike Connelly 23 Mike Henze 24 Don Myears 25 Steve Palmer 26 Randy Kunz 27 Tom Gramz- 28 Ken Marikos 29 Paul Flinn 30 Bob Briggs 31 Rich Meyer 32 Steve Marx 33 Steve Barnes Greek Games: A time to feel pride in yourself, your house, and the Greek system. www.memwmm. m Dan White Dan White Sean Brady Nicholas M Vcdros Whats it all about? Its packing as much as possible into four years. lmn Whilc Throughout the past 52 years a variety of individuals have found brotherhood in Delta Upsilon at Missouri. Evolving from the Dana Press Club, the Missouri Chapter is presently a viable part of one of the oldest and largest fraternal orders in the United States. The international Fraternity was founded with the belief that secrecy of tradition, and hazing, have no place in the cultivation of a unified brotherhood. From a fledging chapter during the Twenties, to a house of over 100 members in the Seventies, we have been involved in many areas of campus activities ranging from scholastics to intramurals. The current address, 711 Maryland Ave. is relatively recent. Fire and finances have forced several moves. The Alumni Organization of the Missowi Chapter has been consistently behind us. A solid core of 25 alumni met at retreat. with the chapter, to discuss long range goals of the fraternity, early this semester. DiSCussion centered around a new wing to be added to the existing structure. Current and future investments of this nature insure continued interest in the development of Delta Upsilon and of the University. Delta Up5110n 11 5 11 1 Mark Yehlen 24 John Wolf 46 Mike Hinck 511 2 Pal Peters 25 San Fellwock 47 Ron Nonh k 3 Jamey Fleck 26 Don Hinck 48 Bob Brandt 4 Paul Hof 27 Tim Monsees 49 John O'Connor 5 5 Mom Holgerson 28 Brian Quiglcy 50 Paul Weeks 5 6 Joe Schaefcr 29 Kevin Avondel 51 Chuck Groomes 1 1 : 7 Jim Lana 30 Mike Favazza 52 Mark Miller 1 1 8 Brian Guerin 31 Eric Sappcnficld 53 Joe Paladino 5 9 Nicholas Vedros ; Torry Alforman 54 John Fleck 1 10 Doug Bibens 33 Steve Mnuton 55 Wayne Spear ; 1 11 Danny Smith 34 Greg Kansenis 56 Wayne Armbruster 5 l 12 Bob Bokem 35 Rob Nelson 57 Roben Finch 1' 13 Vic Stoinman 36 Run Spcchl 58 Bill Labian 5 5 14 Paul Adams 37 Ruben Woodruff 59 Brent Powers 5 5 15 Rick Jones 38 Doug Burkhzmlt 60 John Fauccn 1 j 16 Kclsoy Short 39 Neil Rolhcrmich 61 Jim Kcusl E 17 Mike Conway 40 Paul Dcllvn 62 PER; Williams 5 5 18 Mirkcy Ticmcv 41 Rich Miller 63 Eric Edwards IH Randy Farmcr' 42 Gary Gebhzlrdl 64 Bill Rowland 20 Jim Conway 43 Dan Godnr 65 Ray Pepin 1 1 31 Don Boschcn 44- Mark Termini 66 Alan Fellwm'k 5 5 '5 22 Craig Comcnmn 45 Steve Shumnkc 67 Bill Urqhim 1 2:; John Wilgcn 5 1 115 I 11 1 273 5 11 1 1 1 l 1 274 In the spring of 1905, a group of seven University of Missouri agricultural students established "The Farmhouse," an agricultural organization which would eventually be the Farm House Fraternity organization. Farm House was to be a Club exemplifying agricultural and rural living, not a fraternity. In order 10 make sure no one WOuld think of their Club as a fraternity, the "founding fathers" gave it what they thought was a non-fratemity name: Farm House. Farm House had its first picture in the "Savitar" in 1907 and was listed as a Club. It continued to be so Classified until 1916, when it was classified as a professional fraternity. In 1925, Farm House was officially recognized as a fraternity. 1 Zane Klein 2 Marvin Reidlinger 3 Kevin Manin Doran Osbourn Chuck Meadows Robin Brandenburg John Schaller Bruce Smoot David Wilt 10 Dan Swilzner 11 Mike Taylor 12 Mark Magruder 1:1 Dale Brown 14 Slave Borgelt 15 Terry Kloeppel 16 Dan Malan 17 Brent Sandidgc 18 Eugene Kone 19 Mike Shrcwsbury OmeUUUW-P Farm HOUSC 20 Mike McCoy 21 Larry Gerdes 22 Lowell Wolff 23 Terry Birk 24 John Iman 25 Roy Plackemeir 26 Dennis Oser 27 Ron Darnell 28 John Walker 29 Pat Bryam 30 Mark Walker 31 Loyd Smith 32 Bill Manring 33.8pencer Jones 34 Roger Gray 35 Jim Novinger 36 Wanda Meyer 37 Joe Amelon 38 Mark Whealley 39 Steve Carson 40 Dincan Barks 41 Doug Barney 42 Steve McWilliams 43 Jim Cochell 44 Alan Odgen 45 Terry Coffelt 46 Jim Dougheny 47 Joe Purchase 48 Randy Pace 49 Greg Mallory 50 Steve Carrol 51 Frank Day 52 Mark Smith 53 Steve Smith 54 Craig Scheidecker 55 Don Street 275 Gamma Phi Beta...this is not necessarily the place we have to be. its the place we are. We have a purpose. Being a Gamma Phi Beta means striving to achieve the highest ideals of womanhood through friendship, education and service. Each living unit on this campus has its own identity. But a Gamma Phi need not be stereotyped; she is her own person. Gamma Phi Beta is made up of the thoughts, hopes and aspirations of each member. Blended all together we live in a unique setting; many different parts forming the whole. As a member once said, "living and' sharing with so many girls has made me a better person. We all have developed sincere feelings of loyalty and compassion for one another. A Gamma Phi sister will help another with anything from a broken nail to a broken heart." This is our sisterhood, one we all will Cherish, even after our college days are gone. Gamma Phi Beta 1 Paula Lechman 3 Ellen Nelson 4 Linda Prosser 5 Sara Anthony 6 Cathy Voris 7 Cindy Marr 8 Kthy Bearden 9 Drucie Berkin 10 Betty Romine 1! Ben Moll 12 Lynn Shumate l3 Barb Carlton 14 Linda Moore 15 Sarah Bunce 2 LeCy Gumowitz 16 Beth Powell 17 Julie Strickfaden l8 Cathy Lowenbaum 32 Lisa Davis 20 Jane Tierney 23 Susan Cohen 26 Sally Vanderpearl 28 Terry Spangler 29 Michelle Naylor 30 Meg Milanovits 31 Carole Glaser 33 Suzy Phillips 34 Marilyn Fairley 35 Christy Woltzen 36 Ellen Angthuis 37 Laura Sorrells 38 Lisa Knipshild 39 Linda Bell 40 Meg Plank 41 Sue Hartman 42 Cindy Viles 278 Kappa Alpha Order was founded on the campus of the University of Missouri- Columbia in 1891. Our national order was founded under the watchful eye of Robert E. Leekthen president of Washington College in Lexington, Va. He was our orders spiritual founder and it is his example Of gentlemanly conduct that all KAls attempt to imitate. At the University, Kappa Alpha is one of the largest members of the Greek system with over 100 members living in the chapter house or in the Columbia area. Over the years KA has enjoyed a fine reputation scholastically, in intramurals, in campus and Greek activities and in support Of University athletic teams. The men in this picture are proud to be KA's but are also proud to be students at the University and members of its fine Greek system. Kappa Alpha I Robin Deters 2 Tracy Stearns 3 Greg Landrum 4 SCOI Johnson 5 Greg Barcus 6 Mike Gude 7 Chip Moxley 8 Robert Griggs 9 Brad Garren 10 Dave Vaught 11 Doug Goff 12 Mike Corry 13 SCOII Smith 14 Kem Wackerman 15 Jeff Raithel 16 B111 Bumon 17 Bill Fallon 18 Dave Guimhcr 19 Rohcrl E. Lee 30 Ross smhh 21 Brad Fischer 22 Dick Ramsey 23 Dave Saalwaechter 24 Walter Autry 25 Greg Peppes 26 Fred Kling 27 Steve Rowe 28 Dennis Bozzay 29 Mark Buehler 30 Bill Whne 31 JD; Cryer 32 Greg Maaterakos 33 Ed Rehg 34 Tom Woltkamp 35 Dave Bray 36 Jim Krueger 37 Vic Hammel 38 Joe Schumacker 39 Mark Bowen 40 Mark Cornwall xx 41 George Syrigos 42 Eric Gardiner 43 Jim Van Arsdale 44 Jeff King 45 Bill Beckett 46 Charlie Scott 47 Rod Albers 48 Mike Bozzay 49 Leon Backes 50 Dan Wenz 51 Bob Mulkey 52 Rex Whinon 53 Harry Littleton 54 Lee Georges 55 Lee Homeyer 56 Roger Messmer 57 Mark Granneman 58 Rex Homan 59 Rick Jacobsmeycr 60 John Chestaas 279 Qty; 623 f , . . , Whether it be getting together for the spring The M. U. Chapter was founded in 1909 picnic and Kite Flight, having a fireside, and the first house was located where the staying up all night with friends to cram for Fine Arts building now stands. The chapter a fihal, or seeking out a senior for words of has grown to 105 women including pledges , wisdom, one can truly find loyalty, sincerity where each persons individuality is 1 and dedication at 603 Kentucky respected by her sisters in Theta. It is this mutual respect that creates unity in our Participating in social, scholastic, and extra- diversity. curricular activities keep the college lives of Thetas exciting and we profit from these experiences. Kappa Alpha T heta I Sue V051 2 Deanna Constant 3 Michele Montgomery 4 Cindy Pollard 5 Cindy Lewis 6 Carolyn Coffey 7 Kathy Erdcl 8 Lisa Winner 9 Page Bramon I0 Margrace Ewing U Jonnm: Folks I; Joy Kaufman H Lisa Md lancv 1:1 Debbie Bucllr 1: Donna Gchlcrl 161-1"le Planncsiicl 17 Bzu'hiv Awrv l8 .lzlnvllv HZ Slur r15ll?.lxx'r1 Wnlkm' :0 N-k la Sr'mvinkc' :1 Hznqiv Clarkson -2 xllarlzx 11::me ,J xrwvnwhimoy d1 Llllmn clzu'kson n. 25 Debbie Durk 26 Lee Ann Sullens 27 Ann Million 28 Connie Pickett 29 Ann Kaufman 30 Linda Swanstone 31 Nancy Rice 32 Kim Dillion 33 Joanne Smith 34 Sandy Meiners 35 Debbie Mchar 36 Mary Haas 37 Donna Schmidt 38 Gay Morris 39 Marge Prinster 40 Dvhbic vac 41 Susan Murphy 42 Ann Taylor 43 Cindy Swzmm'd 44 Ginny Vinyurd 45 Martha va'vr 46 .Iuniv Hulk 47 Julie memm 48 Lzluriv l izlyslml 4-9 Liz Wright 50 Lynne Scherzer 51 Pam Horstmann 52 Ann Royal 53 Janet Gardner 54 Pam Huggins 55 Joan Kroegcr 56 Laura Peterson 57 Chris Kamman 58 Julia Barth 59 Sherry McFarland 60 Amy Snyder 61 Jane, Moore 62 Natalie Lowlher 63 Marilyn Bart 64 Lisa Lowthcr 65 Jonalec Young 66 Mary French 67 Joan Kaulman 68 Pm Klein 69 Judy Mclrlt'nry 70 Cheryl 'INm'll Tl Julie MCLcnr git: 1m k 3a.; 282 January brought a new sorority to Missouri UniversityeKappa Delta. Pledges. actives andalumnae from all over the United States came to the Columbia campus to colonize the new Kappa Delta chapter. The first pledge Class consisted of 102 girls. Plans immediately went underway for a weekend retreat, Momts weekend and parties in the homes of local alumnae. Kappa Delta is one of 26 national sororities. The 78 year old sorority has 112 Chapters across the nation. The ideas that founded her in striving for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest, remain Constant over the years. Kappa Delta I Janie Smith 2 Paul Krulik 3 Sue Arnold 4 Pat Holzcvic S SucAnn Babcock 6 Cindy Cadlc 7 Kathy Wilson 8 Kim Allen 9 Connie Gallagher l0 Debbie Meyer ll Ann Moore 1'3 Margie Davis 13 Karen McDonaugh l4 Kalhy Smith IS Susan Iiranam l6 Cheryl Wicgmann '7 Judy Sayciln 18 Ann Wilk 150m 19 Barb 'Ibuchcnv 20 Sally Tippcn 21 Michclc Gnagi 22 Denise, I Ialzcm 23 Mary Jane Grus 24 Debbie, Jennings 25 chc Amlon 26 Tammy Springer 27 Jackie Conrad 28 Hmh Goodwin 29 Jarquc Solomon 30 Melinda Atkinson 31 Shcnjl l lkkmun 32 Sherri Vega 33 C r01 Kummur 34 C my Iidcl 3S Dtbbiv Gl'vvn 36 Donna l licks 37 Lela Priu- 38 Pnlli Fulkm-r 39 Curlcc Cellar 40 Sara Young 41 Sharon Knehans 42 Marla Marks 43 Suzanne Davis 44- SLIC Fcld 45 Maw Lou Long 46 Vicki Siegel 47 Kathy Donnclly 48 Jean MCCLme 49 21201-0521 Irlouchin 50 Lisa Flinncr 51 Jan Carpcnler 52 xxnnmu- Arlcinershagcn 53 Vicki l iyzm 54 Roxy Wade 55 Michc c Moore 56 Chris Thomson 283 Having Kappa Jennifer Drumm crowned as the 1975 Homecoming Queen and winning the huge Homecoming Spirit Week trophy were the highlights of the fall for Kappa Kappa Gamma. During the all-University Spirit Week, Kappas placed first in such events as barbershop quartet, spirit skit, banner and piggyback racing. Kappas also won best participation awards for Panhellenic committee work and the Beta Sigma Psi Trivia Bowl. KKG jocks brought home a first place trophy in the intramural football "13" division and second place in the volleyball "A" division. The 109 Kappas have been doing volunteer work all year long at the Rusk Rehabiliation Center as a Chapter project. KKG is in its second hundred years at Mizzou having been founded here in 1875, the first sorority on campus. Kappa Kappa Gamma 1 Sara Toombs 2 Debbie Deckman 3 Linda Lewis 4 Debbie Slorehaulder 5 Susan Darsl 6 Kathy King 7 Cindy McKinley 8 John Chestaas 9 Linda Stout 10 Joan Willenbrink 11 Jennifer Drumm 12 Leslie Claxton 13 Lynn Holmes 14 Pally Ward 15 Sue Menken 16 Karen Shune 17 Lisa Edwards 18 Slcphanic Hana 10 Anne Whipple '20 Colleen Corbin 21 Melissa Curlin 22 Terry soulhwick 2:: Jane Marcum 24 Mary Scott 25 Julia Fanizzo 26 Ann Behrens 27 Laura Evans 28 Sara Allen 29 Tcresa Swinney 30 Chris Moore 31 Tricia Lynch 32 Lisa Schultz 33 Beth Roberslon 34 Cthy Harrison 35 Monica Waters 36 Meg Shields 37 Tommye Morris 38 Susie Doubet 39 J: 1110 Morris 40 Debbie Thampson 41 Anne Slone 42 Pally Reardon 43 Nancy Good 44 Kalhy Urosjezm 45 Debbie Lynch 46 Jun Kenna 4-7 Sue Maxlmyre 48 Melinda Evans 49 Gayle McFerrin 50 Mindy Moseley 51 Debbie Loan 52 Melissa Tinnin 53 Mary Barnes 54 Janet Bradfield 55 Jan Mabrey 56 Liz Dielman 57 Vickie Earle 58 Vicki Pelling 59 Sandy Sumerlin 60 Dee Ann Tongate 61 Lisa Hosfield 62 Jackie Steutcrman G3 Harrien Brumnel 64 Melissa Slurges 65 Georgianne Elliot 66 Linda Zimmerman 67 Debbie Broemmelsick 68 Cheryl Park 286 The Beta Gamma Chapter of Kappa Sigma ' was Chartered April 10, 1898. The English Tudor style house has been the home for the fraternity since 1932. Of the more than 1300 men initiated since its founding are football great, Paul Christman; the Hon. Forrest C. Donnell; former University Alumni Association President Mitchell M. Murch and cartoonist Mort Walker. Each year Kappa Sigma sponsors a benef it tennis tournament. An annual Christmas formal, the Star and Crescent Ball, highlights the list of the first semesters social activities. Last year the fraternity house was the location of the annual Greek Week Picnic. The men of Kappa Sigma are proud to be members of the campus community in our 78th year at Missowi University. Kappa Sigma 1 Beau Cabell 2 Paul Adrignda 3 Chad Wheeler 4 Jeff Dailey 5 Kevin Conino G David Hammond 7 Greg Kornfeld 8 Paul Jost 9 Jim Walters 10 Dave Anderson ll John Ruelh D David RUCker l3 l4 IS 16 l7 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24- John Roehm Dave Sivcovich Doug Blessen Mark Clousson Stan Perkins Mark Shirky Greg Blessen Mark Turley Dave Wichlinski Steve Peterson Kent Jones Rob McElvain 2 $531? .. M??Vrfd 25 Scott Warren 26 Ralph Kelly 27 Bob Dickenson 28 Keith Pearlstein 29 Steve Machiran 30 Jeff Kline 31 Dick Cavenah 32 Thomas Heapes 33 Charles Jones 34- Ralph Hennerich 35 Mark Milwand Lambda Chi Alphats fiftieth year on the Missouri University campus displays a proud past and a promising future. The Chapter has grown to over one hundred men. With this growth has come improvement and success on all fronts, including intramurals, scholarship, social life, and brotherhood. Highlights of Lambda Chi's golden year have included the annual Cider Swig, which as usual was a huge success, the Homecoming weekend tin which we took a proud first place in the House Decorationsi, the outrageous Ladies Fall Formal, Christmas Dinner featuring the Whirlybird Contest, the Basketball Marathon which annually raises funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the White Rose Formal held in the Lake of the Ozarks, Parents Weekend and Founders Day which this year were combined to facilitate the chapters celebration of its Golden Anniversary. Lambda Chi Alpha 1 Fred Boehne 2 Kent Woodson 3 John Mawdsley 4 Chip Murray 5 John Moore 6 Bruce McHardy 7 Larry Hawkeye 8 Dirk Danklif 9 Jay Edwards 10 150le Grubbs 11 Jeff Michaelson 12John Laughlin 13 Ken Schmid 14 Gary Koon 15 Bob Koon '8 Rick Lowry l7 John Thomsen 18 Marcus Monon 19 Mark Modesto 20 Mark Melink 21 Greg Hammann 22 John Berndsen 23 Chris Barbee 24 Dave Eckert 25 Bill Rice 26 John Bates 27 Kent WillClI 28 Jeff Ralh 29 Mitch Berk 30 John Lathrop 31 Jeff Perkins 32 Dave Johnson 33 John Perkins 34 Steve Bozoian 35 Mike Mullally 36 Bruce Gockcl 37 Jim Kissinger 38 Greg Smith 39 Galen Neill 40 Dirk Vaughn 41 John Woodson 42 Bill Ralh 43 Dave Ransin 44 Man Paul 45 Tim Reed 46 Phil Vance 47 Greg Flcischul 48 Waller Norman 49 Lance Gockcl ,. a .-, "4-4 unwa-wmmt nWW The Missouri Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Theta was founded November 21, 1870, being the second Greek-letter society founded at the school. The men of M0. Alpha were prominent members Of the Universityts two literary societies, but their membership in the Chapter was kept secret from these Clubs. in September, 1880, a ban was placed on fraternities in an attempt to abolish them from the campus. Rather than disband, members of Mo. Alpha took up the study of Shakespeare and met regularly as a Shakespearean Club. The Chapter continued in this manner until fraternities reappeared openly in the late 18805. Because Mo. Alpha refused to disband under these pressures, Phi Delta Theta is the longest continually running fraternity at the University Of Missouri. and west of the Mississippi. Missowi Alpha currently has an active membership of 95. It has been named one of the fraternity's top Chapters for the past three years. 11 1 1 1 1 11 o 11 1 Phl Delta Theta 1 1 1 11 1 ' 1 Rick Wippensee 26 Gary Golson 51 Scott Rutter 11 1 2 Dan Ward 27 Jeff Pierson 52 Fred Pitts 1 3 Jim Leimkuhler 28' Kent DUHCEJn 53 Steve Hanske 11 4 Gunnar Brolinson 29 Jon Haden 54 Jim Quinly 1 . , 5 Dave Ward 30 Mark Werner - 55 Gary Miller 41 1 ' 6 Bob Trotter 31 Anthony Wolfmbargcr 56 Andy Peeler :1 1 1 7 Paul Schumacher 32 Bob HaddejnhurSl. Jr. 57 Gary Powell . ,1 1 1 8 Dick Kalbfleish 33 Kevin 01311611 58 Stewart Coe :1 1 . 1 9 Milch Baden 34 Alan Huffine , 59 Kevin Webb 1 1 10 Mike Tetley 35 Steve Kalbflelsh 60 Prince MCDOugal 1 I 1 11 Mike Seneff 36 Steve Glass 61 Ray Huisel 11 1 1 12 Jim Gordon 37 Jim Wren 62 Mark Mueller 1 1 13 Joey Drake 38 Larry Crowe 63 Steve Lumpkin i1 1 14 Joe Franey 39 Bill Lucas 64 Terry Sudhoff 11 15 Gerard Hildebrandt 40 Dave HeimOS 65 Geogg Halliday 1 16 Bill Humphreys 41 Steve Harvel 66 Drew Fitzgerald i 17 Dave R, Busse 42 Dave StrOm 67 Mike Smalley .1 18 Mark Fitzpatrick 43 Jay Ritzen 68 Dave Hanig J1 lgleke O'Brien 44 Dave Tolo 69 Greg Walsh I 20 Pal Busch 45 Hod Grace 70 Nelson NasI 1 31 John Hemperly 46 Sleve Huber 71 Denny Yemm 1 22 Bob Knight 47 Rick Marstqn 72 Jeff Hom : 23 Pm Franey 48 Larry Docrmg 73 Dave Griffin 1 24 5Com Lucas 49 Mike Hayes 74 Tim Aylward 1 25 John Bryan 50 Gary Schroeder 75 Bud Kemper 1 291 1 1 292 Phi Gamma Delta 1 Greg Meyer 2 Ed Marshall 3 Paul Malloy 4 Jeff Simpson 5 John Mazar 6 Steve Sauer 7 Tom Flint 8 Mark Simmons 9 Kevin King 10 Max Carey 11 Kieth Hopp 12 Oil Squires 13 Martin Dickey 14 Mark Schnurbusch 15 Dave Forsee 16 Mark Rackers 17 Joe Scheppers 18 Dan Van Leevwan 19 Brad Weidman 20 Jim Howard 21 Kevin Wulff 22 Terry Shaw 23 Mark Flaspohler 24 Bob Hams 25 Mark Landon 26 Dave Schanbacker 27 Steve Fax 28 John Knoepker 29 Doug Connen 30 John Nichols 31 Paul Markwonh 32 Tom Musser 33 Scott Idlet 34 Kieth Maluem 35 Bill Clark 36 Dan Crawford 37 Kevin Carrol 38 Roger Kleffner 39 Dan Krones 40 Mike Gregory 41 John Schwanze 42 Steve Haigh 43 Jay Payne 294 Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity was founded nationally at Jefferson College, Cannonsburg, Pa, on February 19, 1852. A charter was granted to the Missouri Alpha Chapter at the University on June 12, 1869, making Phi Kappa Psi the oldest national fraternity on campus. The fraternitys first chapter meetings were held in Academic Hall, then at 809 College. Phi Psi built its first permanent Chapter house at 808 Providence. In 1954, the fraternity moved to its present location. .wWV 1' " Built in 1880, the Old Wing of the house was originally the manor house of "Grasslands", a 1,200 acre cattle plantation. The old carriage stone in front and ice house in back still remain. The house was extensively remodeled in 1939 to give it its distinctive antebellum appearance. A new wing was added in 1957, bringing total capacity of the house to 63. Phi Kappa Psi I Chris Elliot 13 Sleve O'Rourke 25 Jack Morrissey 2 Mark B, Picker 14 Dave Manco 3 Jay Kohouteck 15 Kirby Kassen 4 Duane Smith 16 Phil Ohlms 5 Rick Bier 17 Mark Dennis 6 Shane Bird 18 Ron Brandan 7 Pal O'Brien 19 Blake Parrish 8 Mark Archibald 20 Barry Hinh 9 Greg Abbott 21,Jocl Cansler 10 Don Jackson 22 Sam Ferramo ll chf Akers 23 Mark Rider 12 Dan Springman 24 Roy Kline 26 Jesse Reif 27 Phil Royslon 28 Bill Tracy 29 Paul Sonnenfelt 30 Mark Frey 31 Randy Grossman 32 Jeff MCHenry 33 Gary Grossman 34 Malcolm Simms 35 Davc Hellwig 296 Phi Kappa Theta 1 Martin Mueller 2 John Boedecher 3 Bill Bishop 4- Ric Evens 5 Mike McGuire 6 Gary Adrian 7 Jerry O'Neil 8 Rick Didion 9 Dan Deschler lOIGeorge Kriegshauser 11 Nick Mueller 12 Tim Hennessey 13 Carl Luecke 14 Jim Tisius 15 John Klenner 30 Mark Duvall 17 Tim Hoffman 32 George Hansford 33 John Hempe 34 Tom Heumann 35 SICVC Shockley 36 Andy 061556 37 Mark Graham 19 Greg Mueller 25 Rick Poepping 26 Doug Cusumano 39 Karl Lutkewine 29 Mark Naeger 44 Rich Greene 45 Jay Howe 46 Dick McDonald 47 Kevin Gorman 48 Tom Conopassi 49 Tom Rifle 50 Ken Buercklin 51 Walter Wiese 52 Dave Sloan 53 Tom Haas 54 Tom Grote 55 Tom Allen 56 Terry Rose 57 Greg Vitt .. .M aavao: 1....- 298 Pi Beta Phi, active on the University of Missouri campus since 1899, recognizes the need for each individual to fulfill those goals reflecting her ideals. Academic excellence is of utmost-importance to members of Pi Beta Phi, as well as honors and awards. Strongly urged to broaden their interests with activities, Pi Phiis are associated with numerous organizations on campus and in the community. Included in these are Such weli-established traditions as intramural competition, intercollegiate sports and student .va government. Philanthropy is a significant facet Of the sororityts interests, conducting projects for campus, community and its own nationally endorsed projects. With the members encouragement and support for one another, and the belief in their ability to achieve, Pi Beta Phi is a dimension in their lives at University of Missouri that is irreplaceable and unforgettable. Pi Beta Phi 1 Andrea Dalton 2 Cail Halfeny 3 Dana Robertson 4 Tam Shultz 5 Mary Jane Hughs 6 Sue Van Ness 7 Anne Cleaver 8 Terry Dallmeyer 9 Chris C06 10 Pam Peace 11 Staci Lighl 12 Glenda Peace 13 Lisa Camwell 14 Mindy Miller 15 Cyndy Owsley 16 Joyce Caravello 17 Mary Lou Harroun 18 Coleen Dalton 19 Pam Wright 20 Jean Perry 21 Kim Johannson 22 Lynn Ingraham 234816phanie Londoff 24 Pam Alcwel 25 Paula Fuller 26 Hillary Light 27 Pam Vocller 28 Lynn Gnrdncr 29 Diane Campbell 30 BeIh Hull 31 Laura Noren 32 J0 Tussing 33 Kristin Barr 34'Julie Lewis 35 Mona Robinson 36 Alison Parchman 37 Pam Morris 38 Peggy Unsworth 39 Jackie Israel 40 Shawn Manes 41 Carolina Marino 42 Wendy Noren 43 Belh Kiely 44 Diane Collins 45 Shelley Rea 46 Beth Miller 47 Sue Kingsley 48 Mary Gibbons 49 Lisa 8611165 50 Paula Couner 51 Merry Greene 52 Julie Agcc 53 Barb Smilh 54 Amy Him 55 Karon Consnlns 56 Carol Schlieffanh 57 Jayne Heinemann 58 Sharon Henry 59 Becky Jeans 60 Diane Dickens 61 Robin Jones 62 Malinda Verner 63 GinnyKuhnmuench 64 Mary Patrick 65 Ann Hinckman 66 Kelly mssing 67 Jenny Epstein 68 Betsy Luttrell 69 Debbi Schulein 70 Sara Jones 71 Kristen Livergood 72 Nannene Benson 73 Sharon Rudolph 74 Leigh Ann Roscher 75 Karen Black 76 Julie Copeland 77 Manha George 78 Bev Nchcr 79 Sara Semer 80 Clare Williams 81 Sue Anthony 82 1217. Berry 299 The Missouri Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded on December 15, 1909. During the first few years following its founding, the "Pikes" lived in several Chapter houses. The first Chapter house was located on Maryland across from the present location of Delta Upsilon fraternity. Another early Chapter house was located at the present location of the Fine Arts Building and later at the present location of the International House of Pancakes. In 1929 the present Chapter house was built at 916 3 Providence. The house has a 48 man capacity and plans are now underway to build a new Chapter house. . 7M7 bani , .. 73;. - 2.324., 4. .. -4- m-.--4 2 Pi Kappa Alpha I Dan Wasson 2 Stephie Sluppleman 3 Doug Thompson 4 Tanya McPaak 5 Peggy Marx 6 Don Wolff 7 Alan Watts 8 Andy Moore 9 Sandy Schilt 10 Kevin Thomas 11 Greg Sahrmann 12 Scotly O'Meara 13 Sally Durbin 14 Doug Huyeh 15 Don Hogselt 16 Kathy Halpin 17 Gini Parks 18 Paul smilh 19 Lisa Vogcl 20 Patty Cribben 21 Mark Breihan 22 John Brucmmer 23 Terry McQuerry 24 Tim Oxler 25 Janet Leeker 26 Keith Koon 27 Doug Manning 28 Laura Mohornay 29 Cheryl Hickman 30 Marci Eggers 31 Harry Robb 32 John Mayfield 33 Lori Hodcs 34 Jan Heins 35 Shcila Smith 36 Steve Schwermcr 37 JanC Rowlon 38 Ed Downcy 39 Dawn Motley 40 Lisa Powell 41 Brian Crutchfield 42 Pete Dopuch 43 Sher Nicholson 44 Ron Repper 45 Barb Carr 46 Doug Carr 47 Chuck Huffman 48 Mary Unger 49 Jim Marcamonio 50 Danny Pran 51 Roger Bradford 52 Pal Green 53 Pal McCambridgC 54 Keith Long 55 John Carvill 56 Paul Findlay 57 Neal Carlson In December of 1973 a colony of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity was established on the UhiVersity of Missouri campus. The colony consisted of six students residing in a university dormitory. By the fall semester of 1974, the membership had risen to thirty students with third floor living quarters at 606 Rollins. In November of 1974 the colony was chartered Beta Epsilon Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi. Strong recruitment coupled with assistance from their national headquarters helped the chapter acquire their present home. At the beginning of the 1975 fall semester Beta Epsilon had the largest in-house membership Of any Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi in the nation. As the membership of Pi Kappa Phi has doubled to over sixty members, and still continues to expand, Beta Epsilon will certainly become one of the strongest fraternal organizations on campus. Pi Kappa Phi 1 Steve Ernst 17 Mike Smith 2 Tim Clerk 18 Bob Schneider 3 Frank Adams 19 Jim Paulsen 4 Ross Selhman 20 Mike Nerrie 5 Mike Kane 21 Skip Dallen 6 Mike Detwiler 22 Johnny Johnston 7 Gerry Bennett 23 Gary Dill 8 Tim Moeller 24 Mark C0b1e 9 Sleve Koinyohann 2S Scon Lauer 10 Larry Bennen 26 Steve DcHan 11 John Smith 27 Kevin Wilson 12 Randy Cowan 28 Glen Bellinger 13 Scott Williams 29 Mikc Williams 14 Kevin Kecgan 30 Mike Castellano 15 John Haley 31 Fred Albers 16 Paul Frazce 32 Barry Burke 33 Dave Clerk 34 Jim Harlan 35 Mike DeHan 36 Ron Christ 37 Gene Twellman 38 Keith Morrissey 39 Dave Tolen 4O Denny Kunze 41 Steve Denny 42 Steve Wendling 43 Greg Boehm 44 Mike Ruggeri 45 Jerry Check 46 Jim Reed 47 John Gourley 48 Chuck DeHan v w -32? v Founded in 1884, the Mizzou Chapter of While academics. athletics and social Sigma Alpha Epsilon is easily identified activities dominate, the house also has by the stately, white mansion on Oak Hill participated in numerous community which has been home to SAE's at MU for service projects. Within the past year, nearly 50 years. Sigma Alpha Epsilon has donated an electrocardiograph machine to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon organized the first Universityts Medical Center, held a film little sisters organization on campus. in festival with proceeds donated to keeping with the impressive SAE social muscular dystrophy and hosted a tradition. Paddy Murphy Weekend and Christmas party for underprivileged Plantation Ball remain two Of the major Children in Columbia. spring social events for SAE at Mizzou. A resurgence in intramural athletics has vaulted the SAEts back into campus sports prominence. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1 Jay Davis 2 Max Cums 3 Bob Anderson 4 Jack Nicholas 5 Nina Plurad 6 Rick Turek 7 Tom clinkenbeard 8 Stacy Monon 9Ji11 Holbcrg 10 Lyndon Boyd 11 Sally Millsap 12 Steve Blaine 13 Jean Bowen 14 Gori Kcilhlcy 15 Barb Rolhcr 16 Jan Goodwin 17 Sue Van N 5 18 Julie Obercloerfor 19 June Pollak 30 John Manly 21 Martha Gregory 3': Lac Ann 11051an 23 Mary Kay Sullivan 34 Bill Pcskorsc '5 Cathy H1150 Q Andy Diclmnnn 27 28 29 3O 31 Kirk Angcvine Julie Collins Cindy Luce Mike Weber Bill Heilferly 32 Jill linsinc 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Paul Higbcc Ann Beige, Burke Johnson Phil Blcdsoc Susan Dunklin Jeff Rmhwcilcr Mike Bratrud Rick Nolcs Beth Brown Brian Gram Chris Parsonage John Mazar Phil Johnson Mindy Pelty Nemic Burl Tom Stephenson Kevin Allen Jim 15101111 Pilm 1 lwrslmnn Ralph 1i1 x115 53 Debbie Dietz 54 Sally Vanderpearl 55 Mike Hughes 56 Jeff Peanick 57 Lisa Cornwcll 58 Tom Hardln 59 Kris Wirfe 60 Jeff Buchohz 61 Scott Bazoain 62 Dave Konmann 63 Keith Goers 64 Randy Campbell 65 Kim McCammon 66 John Hcislcr 67 Susan Amold 68 Karen Black 69 Sue Young, 70 John Dean 71 "Mom" Wonncman 72 Tim Phillips 73 Bob Harmony 74 Burl Board 75 14:12111dFlclchcr 76 Kathy Lcnoard 77 J.W, Farley 78 Kevin Loving 79 Craig Finley 80 Bob Fuchs 81 Brian Claussey 82 Man Meyer 83 Jay Feuerbacker 84- Larry Wauson 85 Bill Piercall 86 Lisa McCaskill 87 John Majcrs 88 Rich Gentile 89 Rick Neher 90 Dave Filzgibbons 91 Herb Flandrcau 92 Rick Cords 93 Brad McCluskcy 94 Marcia 1 llecs 95 Rob Schmitz 96 Tom Crockcr 97 Jim Swallow 98 Cheryl Hopper 99 Dale Bishop 100 Leslie Miller 101 Angela Pclcrson 102 Barb 11bbslcr 103 L12 Diclmzmn 305 Sigma Chi was founded in 1855 and is a part Of the well-known Miami Thad. The c XIXI Chapter of Sigma Chi was chartered on September 26, 1896, which makes it one Of the oldest houses in the UMC Greek System. The house, located at 500 College Avenue, was completed in 1931 after a fire destroyed the first house. Derby Day is Sigma Chis spring festival which 55 ,, involves raisir'ig money for a charitable organization known as Wallace Village, a school for slightly handicapped children. Derby Day also promotes the Greeks by providing many sorority activities which are held during the week. Sigma Chi 1 Doug Copeland 2 Dave Sheerman 3 Paul Beiser 4 Bob McRobens 5 Jay Shields 6 Dan Slickman 7 Jay Beshear 8 Chimp DeWoskin 9 Shawn Byrne 10 Chris Jensen 1! Don Sullivan 12 Dick Hicks l3 Mike Cullen 14 Mark While 15 Karl Wolf 16 Jack Burge 17 18 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 BI 32 Casey Conklin Rusty Bryant Bill Johnson Bob Unger John Hale Paul Telher Dave Dreher Jeff London Steve Hankins Mike Rehme Kun Winkler 33 Steve Johnston 34 Jim McDonald 35 Rick Olszewski 36 Randy Dutton 37 Jim Hendrickson 38 Chris Bcisser 39 Stan Fawsen 40 Todd Manard 41 Steve Archer 42 Rich Dutton 43 Don Cosgrove John Robenson 44 Jim Hadler Mike Olszewski 45 Tom Bedman Tom Casten 46 Mark Becker Chuck Wheeler 47 Alan PcIerson Mike Macheca 307 The beginnings of Sigma Nu Fraternity date to August, 1866, with the enrollment of three cadets at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia After two years of friendship, James F. Hopkins, Greenfield Guarles, and James M. Riley met in October, 1868, at a limestone outcropping just outside the gates of V.M.l. to solemhize the vows that established the Legion of Honor. On January 1, 1869, several other friends joined them to form Alpha Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity. The men adopted a f iverarmed star as their emblem and badge. Here on the Missouri campus, Rho Chapter upholds those same ideals that were started over one hundred years ago. Sigma Nu is made up of many different types of men. In Sigma Nu you will find scholars and athletes, campus leaders and just plain good guys sharing their strengths and weaknesses. This is the true strength of Sigma Nu! A variety of men. Sigma Nu has assisted in the building of men who have gained dis- tinction in every walk of life...from men on the moon to television personalities, from Congress to professional athletes. Sigma Nu 1 Steve Bowles 2 John Hawk 3 Mark Zobrist 4 Greg Rhine 5 Joey Cohn 6 Scon Nelson 7 Tom Reeves 8 Jerry Givens 9 Bob Patnaude 10 Curtis Hatchitl 11 Harry Mack 12 Glenn Harbough 13 John Whalen 14 Rich Luechtefeld 15 Stu Dye 16 Eddie Myers 17 John Buckner 18 Tim Lankford 19 Mike Hunzckcr 20 Mark Spnnslcr 21 Harry Noll 22 Dave Slewan 23 Art Babb 24 Brian Brown 25 Terry Reimer 26 James S1ewart 27 Carter Dunkin 28 Jim On 29 Steve Marshal 30 Tony Bono 31 Bruce Moore 32 Scott Evans 33 Karl Shellabarger 34 Mike Mistler 35 Mike Dobbs 36 Brian Zimmerman 37 Mike Botkin 38 Phil Ellis 39 Chuck Riske 40 Karl Eislebon 41 Jay Holland 42 Mike Scott 43 Jim Anderson 44 Roger Burger 45 Ron Watson 46 Greg Fallin 47 Roger Wilson 48 Clyde Oligschlaeger 49 Mike Cowgill 50 Mark Peters 51 Craig Workman 52 Rick Crowdis 53 Greg Zimmerschied 54 Ken Kraft 55 Dave Thomas 56 Dave Wilkinson 57 Dennis Wilson 58 Craig Vogel 59 Mark Sheridan 309 Missouri Alpha of Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded on April 10, 1914. The first ten years of the fraternity were spent at 822 VirginiaAvehue. In 1924, the Sig Eps became the occupants of the first house on the Missouri campus to be built especially as a fraternity. Today, 52 years later, the structure still serves its function, as planned by the national Sig Ep architect who designed it. The house underwent a changeover in ownership during World War 11 and occupancy by Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. The house was re-purchased, and Sig Ep began its second birth with a mere ten-man Chapter. Much credit is due to Mrs. Burnett. housemother from 1948 to 1961, who witnessed the fraternity's growth to over 60 brothers. The strong feeling of brotherhood tsymbolized by our red door, which is always open, and our vermillion rock at the corner of Kentucky and Curtis1 abounds within these time-honored walls even today, as it did 62 years ago, at the inception of the fraternity. Sigma Phi Epsilon 1 Joe Cole 12 Roy Clark 23 Tom Garavaglia 2 Mark Merlolti 13 Bubba Pearson 24 Max Marshall 3 Mike Haywonh 14 B.B1Bruce 25 Ed Wartz 4 Rick Gordon 15 Jeff Roberts 26 Mike Wilson 5 Larry Weiss 16 Chuck Wall 27 Dave Larusso 6 Mike Mitchell 17 Cannon Sluckenschneidcr 28 Jim Moro 7 Mark Overy 18 Harry Smith 29 George Dean 8 Ken Wacker 19 Phil Louis 30 Kevin Hanke 9 Dan Scodary 2o Beau Uthoff 31 Mel on 10 Sleve Seybl 21 Steve Vires 32 Chris Vinccnl 11 Tim Bosch 22 Mark Schmillgcns As the 1975-76 school year closes, the Gamma Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi celebrates its eleventh anniversary of active participation on the UMC campus. Colonized on April 10, 1965, Sigma Pi has since grown steadily and established itself soundly as a part of the university life at Columbia. Working to better our members academic performance, contribute to their social lives and offer them an environment of friendship and brotherhood, our fraternity looks forward to continuing to make their college years productive and memorable. Sigma Pi 1 Steve Bopp 2 Brian Dickenson 3 Terrance Gibson 4 Keith Crecilius 5 Phil Randall 6 John Lee 7 Kevin Jennings 8 Brian Matlock 9 John Marklin 10 Mark Johnson 11 Stan Elrod 12 Mark Burkhart 13 Brian Morris 14 Rick Benner 15 Tom Hanoway 16 Mark Allbaugh 17 Jim Crabb 18 Jim Ronald 19 Craig Dessler 20 Tim Sitek 21 Steve Dixon 22 Bob Egilsrud 23 Clayton Black 24 Ken Beers 25 Bill Leeker 26 Ted Baker 27 Bill Byrnes 28 Brian McBreany 29 Kun Sinamon 30 Mike Tines 31 Chuck Reitter The first Zeta Beta Tau Chapter was founded by a small group of men in New York in 1898. Since then, it has grown at a fast pace and one of its most outstanding is the University of Missouri-Omega Chapter. It will celebrate its 60th Anniversary during the spring of 1977. The structure at 915 Richmond had a new wing built on in the early 19605. With this addition, Omega allows a maximum of 70 men to live in the house. X X; a" Omega takes pride in its outside activities as well as its membership. Many Brothers are instrumental on important campus committees and activities. On the inside, a favorite ZBT function is the annual Faculty Banquet. The Chapter is especially proud of its rush program which peaks each year in the Spring with our famous Purple Passion Party. Finally, Omega boasts at having one Of the largest Little Sister Programs on campus with 75 women. representing MU. and Stephen's College. Zeta Beta Tau 1 Sam Gutovitz 2 Jeff Reeves 3 Lenny Kohn 4 Gary Sachs 5 Andy Lasky 6 Rich Shapiro 7 Barry SChraier 8 KeiIh Marks 9 Dan Dobinsky 10 Scott Nieberg 11 John Glick 12 Joe Goldwasser 13 Bob Walpen 14 Ricky Bernstein 15 Ricky Mann 16 Craig Wenk 17 Leigh Briggin 18 Howard Coppaken 19 Scott 01161 20 Mickey Spitz 21 Alan Hyatl 22 Vince Copple 23 Craig Towermzm 24 Mark Heller 25 Mike Zimmerman 26 Paul Goldslcin 27 Many Melman 28 Slave T111 29 Jerry Rich 30 Randy Saltzman 31 Ted Goldman 32 Jeff Katz 33 Mickey Waldman 34 Bob Barenhollz 35 Keith Klein 36 "Mom" Schaller 37 Neal Goidford 38 Terry Gordon 39 Jordan Covin 40 Alan Epstein 41 Andy Gutow 42 Myron Lite 43 Mark Berg 44 Harlan Levin 45 Many Ginsburg 46 Rich canun 47 Gary Rush 48 Dave Schultz 49 Bruce 1 iilch 50 Max Bierman 51 Mark Wishnuff 52 .1011 Cohen 53 David Jacobs 54 Richard Weneck 55 John Klein 56 Leonard Zeid 57 Carl Hartman 58 Rob Mann 59 Bruce Safron 60 Ronny Gordon 61 Brad Sachs 62 Andy Ulrich 63 Steve Nehmen 64 Lenny Weissman 65 Joel Ehrlich 66 Bob Leverich 67 Rick Berg 68 Phil Roten 69 Dean Gershenson 70 Bruce Baraban 71 Hillard Lewis 72 Mike Weinhaus 73 Doug Weber 74 Jerry Davidson 75 Craig Rosens1ein 76 Milch Aycne 77 Henry Arsl 315 Zeta Tau Alpha, founded in Farmville, The Zetas are enthusiastic supporters of Virginia on October 15, 1898, remains intramurals, homecoming, Phi Psi 500, today a strong fraternity in the South. It Greek Week, and other social activities started with nine founders and has grown on campus. They also work on a national to be the third largest national fraternity. level to support the National Association . for Retarded Children, their national The Alpha Psi Chapter was started on the philanthropic project. University of Missouri campus in 1924. The first house was on 1101 University and after that the chapter moved into the building that is how the Farm House Fraternity. After about 16 years there, the present ZTA House was built. 316 e Zeta Tau Alpha 1 Sharon Foochee 2 Terry Memelh 3 Marilyn TerschiLse 4 Margie Wilson 5 Kathy Duncan 6 Jacque Manin 7 Pany Knobel 8 Susan Ganoma 9 Becky Shepard 10 Karen Xehzler 11 Bonnie DuBois 12 Jean Robens 13 Dianna Ramsey 1+ Barbara Panon 15 Gretchen WachIer 16 Phyllis Thackery 17 Debbie Schweitzer 18 Mary Large 19 Terry Palmer 20 Barbie Blake 21 Diane Berkstresser 22 Abby Hahn 23 Toni Arlund 24 Nancy Milne 25 Lynne Kleene 26 Cathy Hooper 27 Cindi Schweitzer 28 Donna Riley 29 1,;eriJord'an 3O Chrisn' Marx 31 Leslie Wipperman 32 Gay MCEilChel'n 33 Paula Smcy 34 Rosella Knipp 35 Bonnie Springer 36 Nancy Balachmx'ski 3T Tracey Goelsch 38 Charlotte Bishop 39 Barbara Henley 40 Barbara Buelteman 41 Kathy Evans 42 Debbie Granlich 43 Karla 1x'achter 4-1- Carol Hoffman 45 Shirley Kent 46 Claudia K105 47 Mary Greenwood 4-8 Barb Ross 49 Karen Licmenheld 50 Pan Kem 51 Debbie Corso 52 Ann Beth DeGood 53 Julie Xachbar 317 Alpha Kappa Alpha 1 Lisa Robinson 6 Deborah Scott 11 Brenda Wilson 16 Marsha Armstrong 2 Jackie Wells 7 Andrea Pullman 12 Alvelita Guess 17 Zenobia Merriweather 3 Leona Frazier 8 Donna Paulette 13 Cynthia Armstrong 18 Angela Neal 4 Rhonda Buckner 9 Vickie Pasley 14 Robin Morgan 19 Cheryl Hayes 5 Sharon Warren . 10 Granada Watson 15 Eanha Taylor . 1 o 1 Mike Ruggeri 2 Walter Pfeffer 3 John Fagan 4 Kevin Langford 5 Joseph Poskin G Dwight Comer 7 Stephen Huenneke .V 3 Michael Cordes v 9 Dan Kerlick Evans Scholars 10 Tim McNamara 19 James Arbuszewski 28 Thomas Vilberl 11 Mark Barron 20 Dennis 1 Iogan 12 Glennon Hcalcy 21 Alan Bales 13 Robert Grashoff 22 David Wclsch 14 Terence O'Toole 23 Daniel Egan 15 Mark Loflus 24 Ben Burch 16 Kevin Sullivan 25 Timolhy Henley 17 William Kuhl 26 Mark Herbcrs 18 Phil LueIkcnwyer 27 Dan Callahan 29 Pm Lyons 30 Paul Toll 31 John Ulben 32 Dan Leonard 33 Tom Tulley 34 Chris Long 35 Mar Eben 36 Ronald Honig Tau Kappa Epsilon 1 Wayne Walker 7 Alan Downey 13 Joe Price 19 Lloyd Kloppe 1 2 Pat Walters 8 Ed Rich 14 David Hack 20 Ken Koelkebeck - 3 Jerry Baker 9 Steve Jeffery 15 Gene Wiseman 21 Michael Drewel 5 Jay Daughtery 11 Roger Gloe 17 David Sprigg 23 Bill Haas 6 Gerard Koenig 12 Don Peterson 18 Farrel Preston 4 David Werr 10 Greg Maday 16 Roger Smith ,22 Cliff southard 1 i l 1 16 + 9g; 10r S Sen Abbott. 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Brian Journalism Burns, Linda Education Burton, Audrey Education Burwell, Elizabeth Journalism Byrne. Patrick Forestry Byrnes, Robert Education Cadle, Mark Agriculture Caldwell, Mary Education Callahan. Pati Home Economics Callihan. Dena Education Calvert, Mary Ruth Education Campbell. Rebecca Education Cancila. Jack Home Economics Cannell, Joanne Home Economics Carlyle. Phyllis Home Economics Carozza, Richard Journalism Carpenter, Daryl Engineering Carr, Robert Home Economics Carrasco. Sharon Journalism Carson. Stephen Agriculture Carter, Kaye Agriculture Caner, Martha Education s Catanzaro, T herese Agriculture Cates, Michelle Ans $1 Science Cave. Connie Education Cerra. Lynn Journalism Chaffin, Susan Education Chaney. Kathy Agriculture Chaney, Stephen Agriculture Chapman. Michaelle Journalism Chapman, Robert Agriculture Cheng. Wonne Journalism Chester. Candace Journalism Chew, Roy Education Childress. Carolyn Social Work Chitwood. 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Martin Business Donelson, Barbara Home EcJJourn. Dorsch, Stephen Ans 81 Science Douglas. Denise Ans S: Science Dowrick. Mary Education Doyel. Denise Education Drehle, Martha Home Economics Dreves, Alan Agriculture Drewes, Cindy Education Drummond. Linda Business Dry, Gary Ans 81 Science Duff, Jerry Agriculture Duncan, James Agriculture Duncan, Mary Business Dunn, Cathy Arts 81 Science Dvorak, Paul Ans 81 Science Dzurak, Linda Ans 8: Science Eberlin. Gary Business Ebert. Sharman Education Eble. Debbie Business Eccles. Ruth Education Edson, Gary Ans 8i Science Edwards, James Agriculture Edwards, Chester Education i 833 Edwards, John Agriculture Eggerman. Leslie Engineering Eigenberg. David Agriculture Eisenbcrg. Diana Home Economics Eisler, Catherine Journalism Elliott, Jean Forestry Elliot, Pamela Journalism Ellis. James Journalism Ellis. Mary Education Ellwell. Becky Education Elven, Joyce Journalism Ema, Lisa Ans 8L Science Ernst. Charles Forestry Essex. 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Roger Agriculture Gardner, Janet Soc. 8: Comm. Services Godwin, Ann Education Goebel, Sandra Education Goeke. Robert Arts 8: Science Goldstein, Michael Ans 8: Science Gordon, Karen Agriculture Gorman, Ken Business 337 Goyer, Karen Ans 81 Science Goymerac. Mary Nursing Gragg, Dennis Education Grant. Jane Ans 81 Science Gray, Barbara Journalism Graulich, Deborah Business Gray, Kevin Education Green. Annette Education Greenwald, Joy Home Economics Gregory. Paul Journalism Greig, Cathy Business Griessel, Jean Ans 81 Science Griffin, John Ans 81 Science Griffith, Lynn Agriculture Grisham, Richard Business Gronski, Robert Journalism Groomes, Chuck Business Gross, Joseph Engineering Grossman. Susan Arts $1 Science Gruidl. Michael Ans 81 Science Guehne. Deborah Business Guidicessi, Mike Journalism Guiiford, Linda Education Habermass. Sue Education Hagan. Julia Home Economics Hagan. Mark Ans 81 Science Halenkamp, George Business Hall. 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Stephanie Education Holler. Connie Soc. 81 Comm. Services Holliday. Cindy Education Holly. Barbara 342 Holt. Sherri Home Economics Holtkamp, Janet Business Holtmeyer. Mark Arts 81 Science Hood, Jerry Soc. 81 Comm. Services Hopkins. Kathy Education Horenkamp, Debbie Education Horsthoetter. Sally Home Economics Horton. Jerry Business e Hosfield. Lisa Journalism Hoskins. Connie Education Hough. Susan Home Economics House, Cynthia Education Howard. Kevin Agriculture Hubert, Janet Education Huhman. Grace Education Hulett. Carla Journalism Hull. Brenda Journalism Humes, Gail Home Economics Humphreys. Joann Library Science Hundley. Stephen Business .A if 1, w Burl Burlingame 4' 5 Hum. Julia Home Economics Hupman. Jana Education 343 344 Huston. J0 Business Hutchinson, Barry Journalism lgou. Mary Home Economics lreland, Ken Business Iselin, Judy Home Economics Jackson. Carolyn Business Jackson, Wanda Engineering Jacoby, James Agriculture James, Penny Home Economics Jarboe. Greg Engineering Jasen, Frank Business Jeffares, Robert Forestry Jenkins. Mary Education Jennings, Debra Home Economics Jennings, Gina Arts 81 Science Jochum, Linda Education Johnson, Christian Business Johnson, James Ans 81 Science Johnson. Janet Home Economics Johnson, John Business Johnson, Marcia Education Johnson. Stephanie Education Johnson. Steven Business Johnson. T imothy Arts 8L Science Johnston, Jo Journalism Jones, Donna Education Jones, Gay Home Economics Jones. Mary Heme Economics u Jones. Michael Education Jones. Tom Education Jongerius. Mike Social Work Josendalc. James Business Jostad. Scott Business Joslrand, John Ans 81 Science Joweii. Ted Ans 8i Science Jursich. Jane Education Kacena. Jay Education Kadieci Peggy Business Kaemmerer. Debbie Home Economics Kahl. Elaine Home Economics Kain. Judy Home Economics Kalender. Howard Business Kalish. John For.. Fish.. 8: Wildlife Karrenbrock, Karla Education Karwoski. Debra Journalism Kaufman. Joy Business Keane, Lynn Education Kearns, Dana Journalism Keaton. Bonnie SOC. 8: Comm. Services Keaton. Mark Education Keelei Linda Educalion Keeney. Steven Ans 8:. Science Kelly, Roben Agriculture Kendrick. Robert Business Kennedy. Doug Engineering Kent. Elizabeth Education 345 Kent. Lisa Educaiion Kent. Shirley Nursing Kerlick Daniel Journalism Kichline. Brian Business Kidd. Carolm Education Kiefen. Philip Engineering Kilpatrick Steven Education Kimball. Mark Education Kimmel. Colleen Education Kinder. Susan Businw King. Dave .loumalism King Thomas Agriculmre Kinsey. Tim Business Kirgis. Karen Home Economics Kismer. Janice Arts 8: Science Klan'eld. Melvin Ans s Science Klein. Barbara Soc. s Comm. Service Klein. Palricia Home Economics Klein. Vickie For. Fish. s Wild Kliegel. Maria Educarion Knight. Ron For. F3915; Wild. Knipp. Delores Agricuiiure Knopp. Maxine Busheic Koelkebeck. Ken Agricuirure Koenig. Paul Ans :x Science Koeswring Holly ?ow'nalSm Kolkhorsz. Fred E ' Kopf. David Ans 347 Kornfeld, Gregory Journalism Korte, Eugene Agriculture Kotfiia. Leslie Journalism Kraiman, Rhonda Business Krebs, Tim Arts 8: Science Krejci. Sieve Engineering Kriens. Karol Education Kriesky, Wendy soc. 81 Comm, Services Kroeger, Karen Ans 8: Science Drueger, Richard For. Fish. $1 Wildlife Krysowaty, Mary Agriculture Kuensiler. Susan Social Work Kuester, Lawrence Ans 8: Science Kuhler. David Business Kuhn, Pamela Agriculture Kurtz, Roger Journalism Lackey, Carolyne Education Laiiner, Dan Agriculture Lancaster. Donald Engineering Landau, Marcia Journalism Landgraf. Susan Education Lang. Jeanmarie Arts 8: Science Langbein, William Journalism Langhorsi, Steven Education Lartonoix. Peter Journalism Laughlini John Business Laurilzen, Carol Business Lavin, Deborah Education Lawlcr, Joseph Journalism Lawrence, Yewcii Business Layton, Dan Ill Journalism Ledbetler. Chris Journalism Lee. John Business Lee. Ronnie Journalism Lemons. Frank Education Leonhardt. Kent FOL. 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Vicki Education Peterson, Patti Education Petsch, Linda Home Economics Pfeffer. Phyllis Journalism Phillips. Deborah Education Phillips, Janet Journalism Pickens, Jean Journalism Pidgeon. Jean Education Pierge. Alice Marie Education Pierce, Carol Education Pierce, Gary Business Pierce. Valerie Education Pierson. Carol Home Economics Pierson, Jeff Engineering Pike. Bruce Ans 81 Science Pilcher. Tom Journalism Pinkston. Irvin Agriculture Pippin. Don Education Platter. Donna Home Economics Plucknen. Ben Agriculture Pointer, Duke Engineering Pollard, Cindy Journalism Ponder, Morgan Ans 8: Science Poole, Donna Education Poole, Mary Journalism Prater, Thomas Education Pratt, Cynthia Education Presmn. Dale Social Work Preslon. Gwyn Education Prewitt, Michael Education Price, Jane Business Price, Mary Arts 81 Science Priddy, Penny Journalism Puetz, Theodore Agriculture Pulse. Kyle Home Economics Purcell, Audrey Home Economics Raaf, Gail Home Economics Peace, Pamela Home Economics Rademann, Belly Home Economics Raffely. Gregg Education Ramey, Melissa Brooke Journalism 357 Rapp. Nancy Business Ray. Mike Agricullure Raymer. Danny Forestry Razfar. Saccd Engineering Rea, Shelly Education Reading. Parthenia Arts 8; Science Reagan Dee Ann Education Redell. Ann Business Reed. Timothy Soc. 81 Comm. Services Rehg. Wonne Journalism Reiss, Mindell Education Renkoski. Matthew Agriculture Dan white Renkoski, Ronald Agriculture Renne. Steven Business Renth, Michael Business Rhoads. Mark Business Ribie. Frederick Business Rice. Alien Business Rice, Thomas Business Richards, Carol Soc. 8L Comm. Services Richter. Kurt Ans 8: Science Ricker. Linda Education Ridder. Deborah Education Riechman, Donn Forestry Ries, Jerry Ans 81 Science Rigby. Brian Agriculture Ring. Michael Ans B Science Rissner. Jerry Education Robb, Gale Education Roberts. Carolyn Engineering Roberts, Jean Journalism Roberts, Patricia Soc. 81 Comm Services 359 Roberts Jr., Richard Ans 8: Science Roberts, Thomas Social Work Robertson. Beth Journalism Rodden. Randy Agriculture Roehm, John Journalism Rogers. Chris Home Economics Rohne, Ron Business Rolfe, Eugene Engineering Rolfe, Kathy Hicken Engineering Romang. Cathie Home Economics Romine, Judy Home Economics Ropelle, Peggy Home Economics Rosenbaum. Regina Ans 8: Science Rothschild. Bruce Business Royal, Ann Nursing Ruben, Howard Journalism Rubin, Arlene Ans 8: Science Rude, Jeffrey Journalism Rudroff, Janet Nursing Ruegg, Julie Home Economics Russell, Brad Ans 81 Science Ryczek, Mary Ann Education Saathoff, Daniel Ans s science Sackett, Barbara Home Economics Sacks. June Education Sadler, John Agriculture Sadrian, Reza Arts 81 Science Sadrian, Roya Ans 8L Science Salzman. Dan Ans 81 Science Sampson. Arlene Journalism Sams. Debra Home Economics Sanders. Linda Ans 81 Science Sandwell. Rosa Leah Ans 3: Science Sanorius. Anhur Joumalism Scanlon. Charlotte Social Work Schaefer, Helen Education Schermer. Jill Home Economics Schmank. Jim Business Schmidl. Amy Social Work SchmidL Deborah Education Schmidt. Robin Home Economics Schminel. Sandra Education Schnelle. Diane Nursing Schneller. Mary Home Ecomonics Schoen. Greg For.. Fish.. 3: Wildlife Schoeppel. Carl Engineering Schopp. Kathy Journalism Schroeter, Laurel Ans 8! Science Schubert. Gerald Business Schuetzenhofer. Rita Education Schulte. Debbie Education Schultz. Cathy Education Schultz. Lynette Education Schwartz. Belinda Agriculture Schwarzcmraub. Mark Agriculture Schweitzer, Deborah Education 361 scimeni, Diane Home Economics Searcy, Kenneth Agriculture Sears. Rita Gail Education Seaton, John Ans 8L Science Seaton, William Ans 8: Science B Sellers. sally Ans 81 Science i' Seltzer, Jill Social Work i: Setzer, David Arts 8: Science kiln ; i Shank. Bryan Journalism i i Shank, David Ans s Science . Shaver. Mike Agriculture I ,. Shearburn, Kim Business i i i i i i i Shearer, Karen Home Economics Sheehan. Bruce Business Shelabarger. Karl Engineering Shinn, Alan Education -: Shirley, Edward Ans 8: Science Shoop, GaryArts 81 Science Short, Alan Business Shulman. Janet Education Shultz, Edward Education Shumaker, Wayne Engineering Shy, Patrick FOL, Fish. 8: Wildlife Siegel. Linda Soc. and Comm. Sewices Sievers. Michael Education Sigfusson. Donna Journalism Simmons, Connie Home Economics Simmons. Mark Ans 81 Science 11 Sinclair. Jim Business Singleton. Clark Ans 8: Science Singman. Diane Hom'e Economics Sirenek, Alan Social Work Sites. Ruth Education Skaggs, Jane Education Skolaut, Karen Journalism Sletlen, Ingrid ArTs 3: Science Sloan, Jan Business Sloofman, Harry Education Smith. Barbara Home Economics Smith. Debbie General Studies Smith. Michael Journalism Smith, Ramona Business Smith. Sherry Journalism Snead. Andrew Agriculture Snead, Theresa Education Snider. Henry Business Snodgrass. Jim Business Snyder, Georganne Education Sokol. Mary Jo Journalism Sollars. Michael Ans 8L Science Soulhman. Mark Engineering Soulhwick, Terri Journalism Spacklcr. Denise Home Economics Spaulding, Gail Education Speak, Sue Education Spcer, Wayne Business 363 1 Spillman, Terry Business Sprague, Neil Business Sprague. Patricia Education Stahlheber. Thomas Ans 8: Science Starke, Patrick Business Starke. Sharon Education Siarmer, Mike Business Starnes. 'Mark Forestry Sieiger. Dean Agriculture Stein. Vicki Journalism Steiner. Nancy Soc. and Comm. Services Steinhoff, Randal Business i Stelzer. Henry Forestry i Steuterman. Jacalyn Nursing ' Stevens, David Agriculture Stevens. Laura Education Stewart, Cheryl Education Stewart. Donald Business i. Stewart, John Education ; Stewart, Lisa Journalism , Stewart..Mike Agriculture Stewart. Rod Business Stewart. Tom Ans 81 Science Stewart, Vicki Home Economics v Stickle, John Business 13 Still. Michael Journalism 3: Stock, Michael Business i; Stockman, Susan Education ; 1 i 364 Stoecklein, Joan Education Stokes, Laurie Education Stoll. Ed Business Stollings, Robert Agriculture Stoup, Daniel Agriculture Strauss, Stanton Engineering Streiff, Judith Education Stumpf. Susan Agriculture Suchman, Karl Journalism Sudin. Faye 500:8: Comm. Services Sullivan. Timothy Journalism Swafford, Cathy Education Swartz. Helen Agriculture Swenson. Virgil Agriculture Tabaka, Jean Ans 8: Science Talbon, Geoffrey Journalism Nicholas M. Vedros Terry, Judi Education Thackery, Phyllis Soc. 81 Comm. Services Thai, Sanford Arts 8: Science Thayer, James Business Thompson, Donald Journalism Thompson. George Business Thompson, Pamela Home Economics Thompson. Philip Engineering Thompson. Thomas 111 Business Thomson, Alan Business Thorp, Rebecca Home Economics Threlkeld, Tom Journalism Tieman. Thomas Agriculture Tiller, Cheryl Business Timmons, Linda Home Economics Tippett. Brian Engineering Tippit. Jack Engineering Tobben, Ann Education Tobin, Maria Ans 8: Science Todsen. Peter Business Toellner. Melvin Agriculture Toensmeier, Pat Ans 8: Science Toft, Mary Lou Education Toombs. Sara Arts 81 Science Terrence. Ralph Business Trakas, Tony Arts 8: Science 'n'eat, Patricia Arts 8; Science 'n'eon, William Business 'mmer. Terry Agriculture TWiesImeyer. 'nem Journalism Tyrrell. Sheryl Journalism Uclner. Barbara Journalism Unsworth. Margaret Education Unterreiner, Mark Business Upchurch, Gordon Arts 81 Science' Valbracht. Betsy Journalism Vale. Beverley Ans 8: Science Van Becelaere. Linda Education van Beck. Deborah Education Van Buskirk. William Journalism Vance. Phillip Ans 8: Science Vandersall. Mark Engineering Van Dyke. Dennis Agriculture Veatch, Marla Education Vedros. Nicholas Journalism Venker. Teresa Education Viels. Cathy Education Vocke, Lynne Education Voclpel. Janet Home Economics Voelpel, Mark Ans 8: Science Vollmar. Kim Ans 8: Science Vuch, Barbara Agriculture Wachs, Dccna Ans $1 Science Wade, Mary Journalism wade, Ruth Education Wagner. Annette Agriculture 367 Waidelich, Ann Home Economics Walker. Lynn Ans 31 Science Walsh, Micheal Ans 81 Science sWalston. Craig Education Walters. Garry Journalism Ward, Judith Education Warfield. Cathy Nursing Warrens, Deborah Education Watson. Granada SOC. 8: Comm. Serv. Waiters. Jim Journalism Webb, Andrew Business Webb. Dianne Education Webb, Thomas Ans 8: Science Wegs. Micheal Journalism Wehmer, Barbara Education Weinhold. Deborah Ans 81 Science Dan White Nicholas M. Vedros Weinsiein. Keith Journalism Weinstein, Stuan Business Weir, Edward For. Fish. 3: Wild. Weiss. Coral Home Economices Weldern. Becky Business Welbom, Barbara Education Welch, Janet Education Wells. Don Journalism Weller, Mary Home Economics Wemhoff. Donna Med. Tech. Wenzl, Tim Ans u Science West, Tim Business Whalen, Jim Business Wheeldon, Debra Education Whelan, Jill For. Fish. 8! Wild. White, Kathleen Journalism 369 White, Marcia Business Whobrey. Linda Ans :31 Science Wilcox, Dan Engineering Wilken. Deborah Anss Science Wilkerson. Sherry Education Wilkin. Patricia Journalism Wilkins. Dirk Agriculture Will. Julie Ans $1 Science Willett. Kem Ans 8L Science Williams, Dawn Home Economics Williams, Diane Arts s Science Williams. Fred Engineering Williams. Gerald Business Williams. Kathleen Journalism Williams. Kathleen Journalism Williams, Pam Education Williams, Scott Soc. and Comm. Services Williams. Thbmas Arts 8: Science Williamson. Rise Home Economics Wilson. Alan Journalism Wilson, Brenda Education Wilson. David Business Wilson, Kimberly Home Economics Wilson. Sherry Business Winden, Jeff Agriculture e Winkelmann, Roben Ans 81 Science Wisslcr. Aielha Engineering Winerscheim. Mani Education Wolf. Marcia Ans s Science Wolf. Mary Business Womack. Dixie Journalism Wood. Kathy Journalism 371 Wood. Linda Arts 81 Science Woodruff, Linda Education Wooclruff, William Engineering Woodson,,Marlcen Education Woocison. Melanie Education Workman, Lynn Education Wright, Becky Business Wright, Loyd Engineering Wrigley, Brenda Journalism Wulfekuehlcr. Robin Education Yaskoika. Jill Home Economics Yates, Connie Home Economics Yepsen, Gary Engineering Yoest. Susan Ans 8: Science Yosl, Jennifer Education Young, Eugene Business Young. Margot Ans 8: Science Young. Sherry Education Zack. Barb Soc. and Comm Services Zander, Ruth Education Zigrang. Mark Agriculture Zimmcr. Robert Business Zimmerman, Elaine Education Zimmerman, Ruth Journalism Zurheide. Barbara Education Zweifel. Thomas Agriculture Zweig. Rosanne Home Economics Zweig. Sanford Soc. and Comm. Services A-l-I- I I +9 9 '. ! Ethh Hun Ad Club. From left to right. Sitting on stage: Karen Fuchy. Betsy Val- Candy Adzick, Kathleen Jury, Barb Gray, Steve Baer, Kim Deschu, Leslie bracht, Tammy McElroy, Ruth Zimmerman. Eva Gilbert, Jim Collier, Mary Kotfila, Jill Arnone. Mark Terry, Mike Connely, Steve Tallent, Mike Gude. Roddy, Dan Kerlich. Row Two: kneeling on staga Barb Uelner, Jeanne Dave King. Fernandez, Karen Skolaut, Cam Bishop. Row Three: Standing on staga 374 Agricunural Divisional Student Council. Sitting trom left to right: Don Cupps, Treasurer, William Nation, Frank Day, Blake Hurst, Ron Brock, Mike Ellis. Standing from left to right: Kirk Smith, Reporter, Dave Minnick, Since its conception on May 19, 1969, the Agricultural Divisional Student Council has continued to serve the academic needs of the students in agricultural. The Council is made up of 24 students. Of these 24 students. thirteen are representatives Of the thirteen different departments in the College ongricultural. Nine members are representatives from each of the freshman. sophomore and junior Classes. Two students on the council represent the graduate students. Agricultural Divisional Student Council undertakes many activities each year. The most important of these being the allocation of over $2500.00 in budget received from Doran Osbourn, Vice President, David Graeff, President, Dr. Ken Schneeberger, advisor, Dr. John Campbell, advisor. Rusty Barnes, Mark Wheatley. the activities fee. The funds support the Ag Columns, Council projects and activities and the activities of subordinate clubs and organizations in the College Of Agriculture. Other activities Of the Council include the Agricultural Divisional Student Council Leadership Workshop. Fall Round-Up and the maintenance of a course evaluation booklet. These activities. along with the sponsoring of special guest speakers has helped the Agricultural Divisional Student Council have a meaningful influence on the academic life of the agricultural student. 375 Angel Flightl Arnold Air Society. Row One: Major Zimmerman, Janine Roberta Schultz, Rich Oestreich, Gina Poteet. Row Four: Robert Avery, Aurich. Beth Miller, Greg Hobson, John Detzel, Major Kaysing. Row Two: Mary Jane Hughes, Patti Sprague, Bill Britt, Martha Duggins, Karen Kathy White, LuAnn Losey, Doris Harris, Betsy Luttrell, Earl Kirkwood, Richards, Jean Perry, Jolene Hoover. Row Five: Paula Courier, Steve Jackie Israel, Rose Thiemann, Connie Doyle, Wayne Welch. Row Three: Hasser, MaryJane Sommerer, JoElIen Flaspohler, Madeleine Birming- Bruce Fay, Clare Williams, Tracy Jones, Jan Goodwin, Kharyn Cover, ham, Karen Shaffer, Paul Bekebrede. . From Left to Right: Madeleine Birmingham - Administration Officer, Beth Miller Com- mander, JoElIen Flaspohler Information Officer, Janine Au- rich -- Executive Officer. ARMY ROTC Seniors .YU Juniors 377 Sophomores Freshmen 378 6W er Bait 1?; BrigadierstBlaCk Berets The drive to Akers. Missouri. and the Fall Float Trip began the ROTC program for the academic yeatz Following a series of spills on the Current River and a late-hour Pink Panther beverage burglary. the Corps attempted to grasp a working knowledge of orienteering. dismounted drill, weapons firing and communication techniques at weekly meetings The Corps football team gamely fought to achieve a 2-3 record. but dropped the final game to Navy. 12-0. All was forgotten. however, as the Army Ball provided pie-in-the' face revenge for the cadre: and four hours of panying for the cadets. First Aid techniques. weapons assembly and squad tactics constitute only a part of the training the Corps received. Many of the Corps learned there was a quicker - way to reach the ground from the top of Crowder Hall than stairs-rapelling. '21 During the Spring Field Training Exercise. cadets learned :: sometimes its better to crawl than walk. and that C-rations :1 hold the pickle. the lettuce and everything else. And the basketball team regained a pound of flesh by defeating N avy 52-48. . t Brigadiers. From left to right: Nancy Gricius, Mary Rutledge, Christine Accardi, Karen Cook. Black Berets. From left to right. Row One: Ruth Owen, Greg McCright, Tom Swackhammer. Debra Crites, Dan Judy. Mary Jane East, Mike Theberge. Back Row: tL to F0 SFC Jim Strahan, Dave Bellamy, Jeff Bow- man, Mark Hodson, John Donnovan, Ken Aldridge, Mark Johnston, Capt. , - , David Smith. 7 a 7 , - .; H 7 g y. Army ROTC 1976: In motion with emotion AssOCiation of Women Students X The Association of Women Students. From left to right: Martha Polkey, Susan Luipersbeck. Malaine Pritchett, Kim Broce, Kathy Hershey, Lou Ann Pfeifer, Diane Shister, Kathy Maher. 382 Engineers Club. From left to right a How One: Joan Westhouse, Bob Sheehan. Rosella Knipp. Don Campo, Greg Bogucki, Lyndall Tunnel, Bruce Murphy, Curtis N. Langewish, Charles Erickson. Row Two: Pat Col- lins, Ann Gray, Debbie Meyer, Dennis Stith, Kenny Barkett, John Hoeller, Mark Conrad, Bill Turpin, David Thomas. Row Three: Rick Meyer, Randy Jacob, Mike Blaes. Mike Klinger, Karl Sheliabarger, Harry Mason. Mike It all began in 1903. On a balmy spring day in March. a small group of Engineering students decided that the length of time between vacations was entirely too long: and since they had to attend Classes six days a week and their academic loan was also much greater when compared to the other schools. they concluded that an impromptu vacation was in order. Grasping at the Opportunity to escape their classrooms. the group discovered that St. Patrick's Day was fast approaching antl this would be an ideal time for a day Of rest. They declared St. Patrick to he the Patron Saint of Engineers lhru the following logic: ll St. Patrick drove all the snakes out of Ireland. 2t A snake is nothing more than a big Foshee. Loyd Wright, Mike Huhman, Mike McFadden. Row Four: Larry Mueller, John Sweigart. Mike Mattox. Bill Meyer. Greg Weise, Rick Crow- dis. Row Five: Dale Wilson. Dave "Flake" Hollabaugh, Daryl Carpenter, Kurt Werner, Gene Nickel, John Huss, Ken Kraft, Gerald Ford, Dwayne Murphy. From Left to Right: Flow One: Karl Shellabarger, Vice Pres- ident, Dave Wollersheim, Faculty Advisor, Ken Barkett, President, Stan Bull, Faculty Advisor. Daryl Carpenter. Treasurer. Row Two: Bill Meyer. Assist. Business Manager. Dave Hollabaugh, Secretary, Larry Mueller, Chairman, Harry Mason, Chairman. worm. 3i Chasing the snakes out of Ireland was, therefore. a "worm drive". 4t Engineers do indeed make worm drives. Sl St. Patrick was. therefore, the first engineer. On March 17. 1903. the entire Engineering student body cut Classes and gathered in front of the Columns to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. St. Patrick, himself. made his first official visit in 1905 and set a precedent by knighting his loyal followers. Today. that one original day has expanded into more than a week of activities for students, faculty and alumni. Many other colleges and universities across the nation have Since adopted the UMC tradition. making St. Patrick to Engineers what St. Valentine is to lovers. Home Economics Student Council Home Economics Student Council. From left to right. Row One: Yvonne Hellwig. Pat Kabalier, Lynn Acheson. Row Two: Linda Burlingame, Judy Romine, Beth Trimmer, Connie Simmons, Gail Humes. Row Three: Judith Heffernan, Advisor; Patty Honse, LeeLinda Eicken, Melba Musick, Martha 384 Ann Manson, Kristin Korff. Row Four: Marylin Casselman. Advisor; Jayne Heinermann, Rhonda Remley, Robin Schmidt, Penny James, Carol O'Dear. : Through the efforts and interests of Dean Margaret Mangel and Mrs. Veta Adams a representative organization was formed in 1969 within the School of Home Economics Student Council. The major concern of the council is to facilitate student, faculty and University relations as well as promote divisional efforts and improvements. The 1975-76 Council has used student activity fee money for several major purposes. These include the Alumni and Student Spring Banquet cosponsored with the University of Missouri Home Economics Association, a second edition of the Home Economics yearbook with the help of the Journalism Club. the co-sponsoring of new organizational groups for three specific areas; Food and Nutrition, Family Economics and Management. Child and Family Development, the Purchasing of several magazines for the reading room in Stanley Hall and the newest achievement, Lunch Bag Seminars to encourage a more professional attitude in the school. .4 ; Horticulture Club Horticulture Club. Clockwise around the table: Gerald L. Bode, John Gill, Shawn Johnston, Donna Baumann, C. Alan Uthlaut, Barb Adams, Vik Sex- ton, Cindy Sazmann, Therese Catanzaro, Bar Pyles, Tim Milward, Jeanette The horticulture Club involves students and faculty in all areas of horticulture. The valuable experiences of learning firsthand the care and management of tropical plants is experienced by all who work with the clubs Plant Sales. Other annual activities sponsored by the Club are a fall bareb-que. pumpkin sales, a float trip. a Christmas banquet. and an awards, banquet in the spring. Guest speakers. some who are graduates of the department, attend the meetings which are held on the first and third Thursday of the month. The speakers offer relative information on the practical application of horticulture and give straight talk on the availability of employment opportunities and Chances for advancement in the area of horticulture. From left to right: Barb Adams, John Gladden, Gerald Bode, Gay Carson. Barnett. Standing from left to right: Gay Carson, Marlin Rogers, John Gladden, Debbie Patterson, Ramona Traversey, Joel Foster, Dianna Huddleston, John Hicks. Mark Schwarzentraub, Mike Bozzay. 385 I I Interlraternity Council. Row One. From left to right: Steve Barnes, Scott Johnson, Richard Ramsey, John Faucett, John Schaller, Mark Breihan, Bill Ott, David Johnson, John Lee, Frank Adams, Jay Brand. Row Two: Ron Brandon, Tom O'Brien, John Blyholder, George Kriegshauser, Karl Wolf, Brad Laay, Tom Flint, Burt Beard, Steve Jeffery, Rich Gordon. Jim Pi Omicron Sigma Pi Omicron Sigma. From left to right. Row One: M. Connelly, S. Kling, P. Hummel, D. Thompson, J. Faucett, G. Dill, K. Howard, M. Olszewski, W. Pfeffer, D. Myears, C. Murray, D. Napton. Row Two: G. Mallory, E. ReHg, R. Ramsey, D. Hellwig, S. Fellwock, G. Kriegshauser, K. Wolf, B. Beard, 386 Harlan, Doug Manning, Galen Neill. Row Three: William Cassity, Alan Epstein, Ted Goldman, Jim Crabb, Dan Casady, Tom Reeves, Jay Hol- land, Brian Zimmerman, Dave Taylor, Andy Dielmann, Beav Cabell, Mark Quisenberry, Randall Templeton, Tom Bednar. Row Four: Bruce Mac- Donald, Thatch Irwin, Bud Kemper. B. Geurin, D. Carpenter, J. Walker. Row Three: G. Abbott, T. Flint, 8, Comfort, T. Reeves, C. Wilkens, T. Irwin, N. Carlson, R. Briggs, R. Byrnes. K. Morrison, D. Albair, L. Hawks, P. Bledsoe. VV dw..Jg , - -E.-WM. ;W;-...-Wi...V...r,.,...w.;y-.y v , Vi IFC Officers IFC Officers. Lett to right: Philip Bledsoe, Walter L. Pfeffer, Dick Albair, i Don Myears, John Walker. . y 387 Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi. an honor society in education was founded in 1911 at the University of111inois. MU Delta Chapter was chartered on the University of Missouri- Columbia campus on Februaiy 14, 1970. Kappa Delta Pi was created for the purposes of encouraging high professional, intellectual and personal standards: recognizing outstanding contributions to education: planning professional interaction with academic and social issues; encouiaging communication; and rendering service through achievement. The Counselors tFaculty representativesi for the UMC Chapter are Dr. Irvin Cockriel and Dr. Neila Pettit. During the past year the MU Delta Chapter has been involved in a number of activities to carry Out its purposes. One of the most rewarding was having Columbia1s retired teachers share in an initiation service and banquet. A panel discussion held in February presented members with the opportunity to learn more about education in three countries other than the United States. Dr. Wayne Dumas. Dr. Christopher Lucas and Dr. Richard Thoreson spoke on their experiences in Germany. China and England, respectively. Dr. Prentice Guatt. past-president of MU Delta Chapter was the fall banquet speaker. His topic. "Football Personalities and Positions". provided new insights into the world of football. In March Ms. Sandra Gautt and Dr. Irvin Cockriel represented our chapter of the National Convention in Orlando, Florida. The Kappa Delta Pi year was successfully concluded with the initiation of approximately 40 new members in April. Officers. Sitting irom left to right: Neila Pettit, Advisor, Nancy Springli. Vice President, Margerite Hayen, Treasurer. Standing: J. Saluzzi, Presi- dent, Irv Cockriel, Advisor, C. Magnuson. Historian. Legion Of Black Collagians Mo identification availabla 389 ATO Little Sisters. From left to right. How One: Beth Winslow, Debbie Rice, Lynn Nathanson, Susan Farkas, Linda Rice, Monica Watters, Laura Evans, Sally Fechter, Alice Silha, Julie Worl, Lisa Hosfield, Presi- dent. Row Two: Denise Guigan, Sherry Sexton, Vickie Livesay, Patty Beta Little Sisters Beta Little Sisters. Sitting from left to right on floor: Buddy Smith, Judy Witzigreuter, Cindy Swafford, Lee Ann Sullens. Fred Flood, Kon- nie Novinger, Dave McLeran. Kneeling or sitting in second row. From left to right: Melainie Willis, Mark Cordes, Brad Miller, Monty Liz 390 Seutphen, Jan Edick, Social Chairman, Carol Forge, Karen Dircher, Barb Wright, Lea Anne Bollinger. Row Three: Karen Jacobsmeyer, Ker- rye Kothe, Rosalie Asel, Leslie Claxton, Connie Komaras, Leslie Chur- chill, Ann Sykes. JDJIMX l $ x . ,, x 'x ?' I $ $4 ? Z1; Wright, Mark Gibbs, Jeff Gibbs, Kelly McDonald, Bo Powell. Smnding or sitting on tables in rear. From left to right: Cindy Cornelius, Clay Gordan. Bobby Brandt, Terry Kriniki, Keith Keonigsdorf, Sara Allen. Ricky Brown, Cheri White, Becky Revelle, Nancy Morris. j r DU Little Sisters DU Little Sisters. From left to right. How One: Kathy Missavage, Sue Vest, Gina Poteet. Kim Griffith, Brenda Coulter, Sheri! Pryor, Connie Douglas. Row Two: Vicki Pieper, Margaret Parisot, Cindy Gallaher, Janet Pilcher, Terry Douglas, Susan Boyd, Linda Weseloh, Teresa Monaghan. Row Three: Laurie Meadows, Jodi Monsees, Pe'ggy Perkins, Debbie Miller, Nancy Johnson. Janice Kuechler, Bev Wood, Leesa Clark, Cindy Russo. Row Four: Chris Kamman. Michele Fischbach, MaryJo McKee, Debbie Waller, Dart Stevens, Patty Rice, Dawn Clevenger. Brenda Anderson, Cathy Ryan, Julia Barth, Lynn Kemper, Mary Ann Wanders. 391 f The Maneater Photo at Right. From left to right: Brian Shank, Advertising Manager, Steve Tallent, Business Manager, Mark Terry, Advertising Manager. 392 .Maneater Sta". From left to right: Sean Brady, Mary Poole. Chris Con- way, David Hyde, Donita Stephey, Cal Fussman Wneeling in foregrounm. John Schneller Weed turnedL Brent Simcosky, Betty Connor, Burl Bur- lingame mneeling in foregroundL Lowell Jones, Eric Johnson mewspaper in moutm, Jim Burmeister, Linda BelL Maneater .4, More Maneater Staff. From left to right: Adriane Kennedy, Barb Strohl, Bill Jamieson, Steve Baer, Mark Terry. Steve Tallent, Cindy Lawton, Proto wogy Brian Shank, Betsy Bauer. 395 M04Maids Mo-Maids. Members: Barb Miller, Sandy Summerlin, Jane Moss, Deb- bie Bristow, Eda Kuus, Rise Femmer, Sue Miller, Terri Spangler, Judy Chamberlin. Sue McKenna, Carol Szachta, Ann Kraft, Beth Hull, Yvonne Faes, Dana Robertson, Paula Gerber, Vicki Roberts, Jan Goodwin, Barb Hirt, Lea Ann Bolliger, Mindy Petty, Alice Silha, Kitty McCanse. Danae Ogg, Lynn Kleene, Lynn Brooks, Kris Werner, Lisa Baue, Marylin Bare, Cindy Barnes,Sue Bender, Karen Bochman, Sha- ron Cole, Vicki Dolan, Margaret Flood, Karen Kircher, Debbie Long, Connie Koenig, Sue Matthews, Maureen McGowan, Cathy Petty, Linda Rochow, Vicki Sheets, Julie Strickfaden. E wW;Wm - ..... MSA Senate Iv? 1. rm : 397 "WV mum N . .wM - Muqua'l $ "mt w. w. a, MSA Student Activities. From left to right: Joel Ehrlich, Mike Diver, Vir- ginia, Jim Owens, Linda Martinez, Moria McCormick, Bill Clary, Ross Har- ris. MSA Executive Board. From left to right: Kristen Livergood, Carrie Francke, Tom Flint mandingy Neil Nichols, Dave Setzer Mandingy Linda Wallace. 398 333W J ,. . MWa-nh . 08!. From left to right: Pat Hanske, Dick Roschke, Cindy Luce, Dianne Gutting. Not pictured due to scheduling difiiculties: Tom Dent and Kent Martin. 399 Pahhellehic Council Panhellenic Council. From left to right. First Row: Kristen Livergood, President; Jan Goodwin, Vice President; Sue Armbruster, Bev Carlton, Laurie Scott, Recording Secretary; Gina Poteet, Sorority Exchange Chairman; Roberta Schultz, Treasurer; Julie Steckelberg, Publications Chairman; Robin Ross, Kim Dillon, Public Relations Chairman; Betsy Lut- 400 trell, Scholarship Chairman; Debbie Storehalder, Janice Birkenmeier, Corresponding Secretary. Second Row: Nancy Davidson, Rush Chair. man; Patty Menown, Terry Shoemeyer, Jill Brown, Service Projects Chairman; Cindy Caldarello, Amy Vandepopuliere, Polly White, Linda Rosenthall, Julie Agee, Joanne Folks, Robin Morgan. What purpose does the Panhellenic organization serve at Mizzou? Most importantly, Panhellenic Council acts as coordinator for intersorority relations and sorority communication with the University, Pahhell is an active organization with the realization of its goals accomplished in many ways. By developing a high cohesiveness between its members and encouraging active participation in campus and community functions, Panhell strives to make college years morally socially and scholastically beneficial to its members. 'u CEIIIST'UFI'U AMA -:-.-w'-I1-J-r v Phi Upsilon Omicron Phi Upsilon Omicron is a national home economics professional fraternity Membership is based on both high scholastic standing and qualities of leadership Rho Chapter. one of the 69 national Chapters, was founded at the University of Missouri in 1929. Besides a professional program of promoting home economics to high school students. Phi U holds a Christmas bazaar annually at which handmade items and baked goods are sold. The money earned from the bazaar is used 10 support scholarships. both nationally and locally. and to support the chapter's activities throughout the year. Bazaar. Gary Henningh, Robin Schmidt and Penny James show off the Country Christmas Quilt. The quilt was made of denim squares embroidered on a bicentennial theme by Phi U members. Tickets for the quilt were sold and a drawing held at the Country Christmas Phi Upsilon Omicron. From left to right. How One: Linda Fribis, Susan Herrmann, Brenda Skelton, Bobanne Williams, Marcy Althaus, Sharon Laux, Juanita Brown, Kathy Degenhardt, Roberta Matthews. Jackie Cop- Dlee Row Two: Linda Hickman, Helen Speichinger, Doris Weber, Melinda Jackson, Susan Pagano. Gail McIntosh, Debbie Sams, Susan Boland, Robin Schmidt, Penny James, Jo Flory, Treve Kintere Row Three: Nikki Earnhardt, Debbie Clark, Michele Hiler, Betsy Schiller. Jayne Heinemann, Cheryl Brown, Judy Kampschroeder, Judy Gentili, Nancy Kriesky. Barb Rathert, Carol O'Dear, Steph Graham, Susan Lordi, Sally Slaughter. Row Four: Gary Hennigh, Chris Dudley, Martha Manson, Margaret Prinster, Ann Clark, Sue Hanners, Linda Petsch, Marsha Schlenke, Janette Wes- sler. Row Five: Mary Ann FHzgerald, Elaine Harrington, Gail Hoell, Mary Jane Brown, Jeen Steigen. 401 Savitar Savitar. From left to right: Terri Minshall, office manager; Michael J. Smith, editor; Dan White, photographer; Tom Pilcher, associate editor; Kurt Specht, sports editor; Nicholas M. Vedros, photography editor; Sally Hornung, editorial assistant; Brenda Lester, 'RHA editor. j Savitar Jan Winburn: Editorial assistant 403 Photojournalism Society KAW i K 404 KAM. Photojournalism Society. Listed generally from left to right: Deb- bie Sarin, Paul Gregory, Bill Marr, Susan Waters, Ray Brodzinski, Burl Burlingame, John Scanlan, Kevin Smyth, Bruce Van Voorhis, Tim Coc- hran, Jim Visser, Tom Nord, Sue Marks, Jenni Werner, Tim McKay, Barry Locher, Sallie Bright, Dave Rees, Ethan Hoffman, Lori Borgman, Trish Robb, Dave Klobucar, Roxanne Davis, Joany Carlin, Ann Yow, Suzanne Sayre, Mary Bradford. Anna Moore Butzner, Charlie Nye, Blair Hanson. ; .e... -.M The Journalism Student Association USN The Journalism Students Association tJSAt. the School of Journalism student council, was formed for educational purposes to promote information and skill among students entering the profession of Journalism. The association's history is long and distinguished. It was organized soon after the school was founded in 1908 and was made a Missouri corporation in 1922. "For many years. the University of Missouri journalism students were the only incorporated student body in the world." says Associate Dean Milton Gross. "When other schools decided to organize student councils. the JSA constitution was used as a model." Journalism Students Association USN. From left to right: Jeffrey Rude. Secretary-Treasurer, Stephanie Lon- dotf, Vice President, Kackie Baird than, Women in Com- munications Representative, Waiter McCormick, Presi- dent. 405 Student Foundation Student Foundation. Seated, left to right: Gretchen Ness, Neil Sprague, Vice President; Joel Ehrlich. Nancy Rice and Susan Darst. Standing, left to right: Cindy Connett. Keith Hawkins, President; Donna Sigfusson, Now a firmly established organization at Mtzzou. Student Foundation has continued to grow and sewe a worthwhile purpose on this campus. In its sixth year, the organization's chief goal centers around helping students realize the need of becoming responsive to alumni. Again this year Student Foundation sponsored an arm wrestling contest in the fall. Trophies and wristbands were awarded in three women's divisions and four Keith Koenigsdorf, Leslie Myers, Jim Leimkuhler, Anne Vandelicht, Jim Cooper and Sandy Meiners. men's divisions. .The fifth annual Bike Race was held last spring as an ongoing tradition for the benefit of MU students. Along with two alumni telethons. the Race helped provide several scholarships to deserving MU students. In its association with the University Development Fund, the Student Foundation is building a better University Agronomy Club. From left to right. How One: Dennis Estes, Dan Sneed, Greg Eaton, Mary Simon. Row Two: Alan Dreves, John A. Mello, Bob Smith, Kevin Foster. Row Three: George Wardlow, John Sadler, Ed Win- Agricultural Mechanization Club frey, Rise Femmer. Tom Zweifel. Row Four: Ken Anderson, Larry Brewer, Mark A. Larson, Ron Renkoski, Matt Renkoski. Agricultural Mechanization Club. From left to right. How One: Bob Kel- ley, Ron Feilner, Dave Krueger, Brian Mertz, Bob Lacey. James Dickerson. Row Two: Calvin Pearcy, Roger Gloe, Scott Andrews, Larry Brewer, Irvin Pinkston, Dennis Van Dyke. Row Three: R. Meier. John Haselhorst, Harry Grodie, Dave Krueger, Frank Haselhorst. 407 Ag Econ Club Ag Econ Club. From left to right. How One: Don Barret, President, Carl Schumake, Secretary, Steve Williams, Treasurer, Blake Hurst, Frank Day, Student Council Representative, Robert Greenway, Parlimentarian. Row Two: Dr. Steve Matthews, Ed Blake, Ralph Jackson, Jim Coates, Dr. Ken- neth Boggs. Row Three: Dr. Kenneth Schneeburger, Merle Simrell, Steve Carson. Mark Wheatly, K'lynn Patterson, David Gobberdiel. Dr. V. James Mystical 7 Wagner, Darrel Francis, John Kuhlman. Mystical 7: From left to right: Randy Baker, Bob McRoberts, Neil Nichols, Jay Nouse, Walter McCormick, Ed Stoll, Elmer Kiehl, Denny Boyd. Bill Rodes. Row Four: Melvin Toellner, John Robison, David Gebhard. Dennis Hays, Jim Daniels. Row Five: Steve Gentzich. Harry Flock, anan Baker, Art Westhues. Row Six: Lee Perkins, Roy Clark, David Johnson, Jim Palmer, Charlie Grier, Rudy Veit. Row Seven: Steve Thomeczek, Brian Stevenson, Scott Sifferman. W J g I . '1 5 ; ? i a i 3i 4 J 1 I t 3 f ,3 $ Kappa Epsilon Alpha. Seated from left to right: Martha Polkey, Sharon Johnson, Sue Vest. Susan Duncan, Melanie Hedrick, Roberta Schultz, Ann Lucas, Karen Maston, Diane Solomon. Standing: Lisa McHaney, Delta Sigma Theta Delta Sigma Theta. From Left to Right. Row One: Denise Douglas, Debra Perry, Vice Presi- dent, Kathi Greene. President, Delerie Jones, Secretary. Row Two: Adrienne Tyler, Rita Foster, Treasurer. Lue Bell, Debra Duke. Row Three: Gwen Hart, Cheryl Stewart, Jean Pickens. Row Four: Sharon White. Row Five: Tonie Henry, Suzanne Price. Rose Crater. Kappa Epsilon Alpha Laurie Young, Becky Hancock, Judy Gentili, Jackie Israel, Besty Luttrell, Kathy Laughlin. Mary Engler, Sandy Sumerlin. 409 WRWWUQW NW" ' ' - ' w w 1 1 I Motar Board Motar Board. Kneeling'from left to right: Martha McColpin, Pam Sneed. Laura Foster. Anne Johnson. Standing from left to right: Vickie Pasley, Carol Perry, Janet Mason. Penny Sneed, Mary McClure, Jackie Burke. Suzanne Olive, Carrie Francke. Sitting on fixture from top to bottom: Susan Darst. Diane Shister. Lisa Hosfield. Psi Chi raj? Psi Chi. Sn-ting from left to right: D. McLerran, President; Karen Johnson. Koestering, M. Lineberry, Secretary. D. KoIb, J. Hoffman; Treasurer. A K. Balot, Vlce presxdent; Gail Larson. S. Setlich. Kneeling: G. Holder, 8. Benedick, M. Cummins. Hackley, P. Sneed. Standing: S. Skiffington, P. Bledsoe. L. Whobrey, S. I 1 Phi Mu Alpha. From left to right. How One: Bob Wilkinson, Treasurer; Mike Symmonds, Chris Able, Ron Starns, Bob Spiegelman, Johnny Kohl, President; Craig Wilcox. Row Two: Mark Winter, Phil Johnson, Vice Pres- ident; Rick Gordon, Ed Hanson, Paul Heck. EngkmxmngsiudentCOuncn ! l a a va- "5? . lgasigiiig 31. l! .Egig Engineering Student Council. From left to right. Row One: Stanley Huhman, Rosella Knipp, Joe Llewellyn, James Preston, Allen Kliethermas. Row Two: Robert Kuenzi. James Cook, Mike Straughn, Loyd Wright. Dwight Davis. Row Three: Ed Acheson, John Nichols. Terrance Han. Row Four: Mark Andersen, John Woodson, Mark Busiek, Bill Ott, Dave Wollersheim. Row Five: Bill Meyer. Pre-Medical Society Pre-Medical Society. From left to right. Row One: Elaine Williams, Cindy Ziegler, Robin Jones, Fred, Gail Richardt, President. Row Two: Carolyn Russell. Mary Grodie. Linda Reichardt, Lynn Tracy, Bruce Kaplan. Row Pre-Vet Club Pre-Vet Ciub. From left to right. Row One: Marvin Scott, Kent Birch, Donna Horine, Mike Lairmore, Kim Flueder, Richard Fohey, Paul Adams, J.C. Wilson, Dr. Case. Row Two: Diane Thurm, Paula Kowalski, Sharon Smith, Bob Doane, Treasurer; Lloyd Kloppe, Marilyn Finke, Ava Lee Frick. Alice Lee Jenny, Jerry Freeze. Row Three: Joe Rodier, John Walters, Mar- kyn Dotta. Mark Handel, Sherri Johnson, Karen Pozzo, Mary Beth Kunkel, Mary Jane East, Laurel Seamster. Flow Four: Don Marshall, Johnny Kohl, Three: Michele Cohen, Debby Ross, Howard Solomon. Treasurer; Peter Jumper. Row Four: Sitting on back counter Liz Owen, Paul Aegeerter, Dave Taylor, Mark Nace, Michael Thornsberry. Tom Brinkmann, Kevin Fete, James D Harmon, Ray Ledgerwood, R0" Hardecke, Lewis Stamps, Kent Greer. Row Five: AI Williams, Steve Mumm, Gene Fox, Norma Manson, Diana Webster, Rick Mueller. Row 5le Doug Brunk, Vice President; Stephen Collier, Secretary; Vince Rucker. Greg Morse, Robert Williams. Row Seven: Mike Wright; Reporter, David Graeff; President. V' xlk Rochdale Co-Op. From left to right: Beth Ann Morgan, Lynn Keane, Yvonne Cheng, Karen Kroeger. Mary Kersting, Joy Schermer, Diane ASAE-Studem Branch mu? Singman, Hai-dee Lee. Anita Harkins, Janice Marasch, Jean Bessmer, Kay Benner. ASAE-Student Branch. From left to right. Row One: Ron Cozad. Greg Jarboe. Steve Smith. Cathy Artz, Dennis Sievens, Sponsor, Row Two: Curt Langweish, Dan Harvey, Joe Lewellyn, Wyatt Phillips, Mike Huhman. Ivan Thiele, Rod Sommers, Jerry Webber, Dave Cicardo. Row Three: Freddie Lamm, AI Kliethermes, Jim Summers, Dale Johnasen. Bob Calvert, Les Eggerman, Darrell Thies 413 AdministraHon, 225 Ad Club. 374 Ag Econ Club, 408 Ag Mechanization Club, 407 Ad Student Council, 375 Agronomy Club, 407 Alpha Chi Omega, 242 Alpha Delta Pi, 244 Alpha Epsilon Phi, 248 Alpha Epsilon Pi, 250 Alpha Gamma Rho, 250 AlphaGamma Sigma, 252 Alpha Kappa Alpha. 318 Alpha Phi, 254 Alpha Tau Omega. 256 Angel Flight, 376 Army ROTC. 377 ASAE. 413 Athletics, 123 AWS. 382 Barnwarming Queen, 112 Bars, 88 Baseball, 176 Basketball, 148 Beach Boys, 94 Beta Sigma Psi, 258 Beta Theta Pi, 260 Bicentennial, 68 Calendar, 17 Campustowne Queen, 117 Cash, Jenny, 104 Chi Omega. 262 A Abbenhaus, Ann Marie 245 Abbott, Gregory C, 386, 322, 295 Able, Matthew James 411 Abramovitz, Ellen Sue 322 Abrams. David Neil 248 Acbardi, Christina J. 380 Acheson, Edwin R, Jr. 411 Acheson. Lynne Renee 384 Acuff, Michael Edward 261 Adair, Karen M. 322 Adams, Barbara Carol 385 Adams, Frank Ruben 303, 386 Adams, Paul 273 Adams, Paul Edward 412 Ade. Nancy Ellen 245 Adrian, Gary W, 296 Adrignola, Paul B. 287 Adzick, Amalea Anne 374 Aegerter, Paul Alan 412 Agee. Julia Shore 299. 400 Aker, Barbara Ann 322 Akers. Jeffrey A. 295 Akre. Cheryl Kay 263 Albair. Richard G, 386, 387 Albers. Kenneth Raymond 236 Alder, William Estel 322 Aldridge, Kenneth 380 Alewel, Pamela Jean 299 Allan, Thomas 296 Allbaugh. Mark Steven 322, 313 Alldredge. Donna May 322 Allen, Annie Cheres 255 Allen, Cathy June 265 Allen, David Edward 322 Allen, Debra Kaye 322 Allen. Kevin Mciver 305 Allen. Kim Renee 283 Allen, Patricia Leigh 245 Allen, Sara Kathryn 285, 391 Althaus, Marcene Sue 401 A11man,William M. 248 Alvarez, Gustavo 322 Amelon, George C. 322 Amick, Dorothy Jean 255 Anderhub, Beth Marie 322 Andersen. Mark Lauren 411 Anderson. Brenda Ellen 390 Anderson, David B. 287 414 Subject Index Concerts, 93 Cross Country. 140 Delta Delta Delta, 264 Delta Gamma, 266 Delta Sigma Phi. 268 Delta Sigma Theta, 409 Delta Upsilon,'272 Derby Day Queen. 116 Doobie Brothers, 102 Engineering Club, 383 Engineering Queen.11o Engineering Stuco, 411 Evans Scholars, 319 Farm House, 274 Field Hockey. 190 Football. 128 Gamma Phi Beta. 276 Golf, 182 Greeks, 240 Greek Week Queen. 114 Hockey, 168 Homecoming, 172 Homecoming Queen, 108 Home Economics, 384 Horticulture Club. 385 IFC, 386 lntramurals. 211 IRHA, 233 IRHA Queen. 118 Jefferson Starship, 96 John, Olivia Newton, 98 Journalism Students Ass, 405 Kappa Alpha, 278 Kappa Alpha Theta, 280 Kappa Delta, 282 Kappa Delta Pi. 388 Kappa Epsilon Alpha, 409 Kappa Kappa Gamma, 284 Kappa Sigma, 286 Lambda Chi Alpha, 288 L30, 389 Legal Educamr. 62 Little Sisters, 390 Maneater, 394 Minni-Mizzou, 144 MoMaids, 396 Mortar Board. 410 MSA, 398 Mystical Seven, 408 Nugent, Ted, 106 Panhellenic Council, 400 Phi Delta Theta, 290 Phi Gamma Delta, 292 Phi Kappa Psi, 294 Phi Kappa Theta, 290 Phi Mu Alpha, 411 Phi Psi 500 Queen, 122 Phi Upsilon Omicron, 401 Photojournalism 800., 404 Pi Beta Phi, 296 Pictures of the Year, 79 Pi Kappa Alpha, 300 Pi Kappa Phi, 308 Pre-Med Society, 412 Student Index Anderson, James H1309 Anderson. Kenneth W. 407 Anderson, Mary Kay 255 Anderson, Robert Alan 305 Anderson, Susan Marie 265 Andrews. Christine G. 265 Andrews, David Scott 407 Angevine. Kirk Neil 305 Anglen, Jeff Owen 257 Angthius, Ellen Ann 277 Anthony. Sara do 277 Anthony, Susan E. 299 Apel, Thomas Carl 322 Applebaum, Sheryl Lyn 247 Appelquist, Mary S 322 Arbuszewski, Jim S1 319 Archer. Steven Carl 307 Archibald, Mark Christopher 295 Arlund. Antonette Sue 317 Armbruster, J. Wayne 273 Armbrusler. Susan Kay 245, 400 Armstrong. Cynthia D. 318 Armstrong. Marsha C. 318 Arnold, Cheryl Jean 322 Arnold. Lynn Ellen 265 Arnold, Susan A. 283 Arnold. Susan Caroline 305 Arnold, Todd Douglas 257 Arnone, Jill C. 374 Arst, Henry Fredkin 315 Arthaud, Gordon Dean 322 Artz, Catherine Fern 413 Ashcraft, David E. 322 Ashley, Drew Ellen 322 Ashley, Sandra Lou 263 Askuvich. Janet Susan 322 Aston, Rene Elizabeth 283 A1kinson, Melinda Ann 283 Auinbauh, Kathleen S. 322 9 Aull, Deborah Allison 267 Aurich, Janine 238, 376. 322 Ausburn, Kevin Ross 257 Austin, Lynne Katherine 267 Austin, Victoria 0. 322 Autry, Walter Wesley 279 Avery, Arlene Lynn 322 Avery, Barbara Jean 281 Avery, Robert Lee 376 Avis, David Alan 322 AVondet. Louis Kevin 273 Axmacher. Pat J. 245 Ayers. Constance Jean 323 Ayers, Douglas W. 251 Ayers, Richard Eugene 323 Aylor, Joanne King 267 Alyward, Edward Brian 323 Aylward, Timothy M. 291 Aytes. Michael Lee 323 Babb, Anhur Lewis 309 Babchick, Mark Lewis 323 Babcock, Sue Ann 283 Backer, Mary Louise 323 Backes, Leon John 279 Badalamenti, Gail Ann 243 Baden, Mitchell Paul 291 Baebler, Barrett J. 323 Baer. Julie Anne 247 Baer, Stephen Francis 323, 374, 395 Bailis, Julie Ann 247 Baird. Kathleen Hunt 405 Baker, Byron Paul 323. 408 Baker, Ellen Dean 234 Baker. Jerry Bruce 320 Baker, Julie Nicholas 245 Baker, Mary Ann 236 Baker, Randall Paul 408 Baker. Rebecca Jo 323 Baker, Ted Russell 313 Baker. Thomas Gerard 257 Balachowski, Nancy Ann 317 Baldwin. Stevens Hilton 236 Bales, Alan Jurgen P. 319 Balkenbusch, Gary Allen 251 Ballard. Raymond M 323 Balot. Karen Ann 323. 410 Baraban, Bruce M1315 Barash, Robert K. 324 Barbe, David Orrin 257 Barbe, Michael James 257 Barbee, Christopher D 324. 289 Barber, Anne Claiborne 263 Barcus, Gregory 50011279 Bardget1.Suzanne Marie 263 Bare, Marilyn Kaye 396. 281 Barenholtz, Robert L. 315 Bargfrede, Bernard Thornton 253 Barham, Melissa Ann 324 Barker, Thomas C. 324 Pre-Ve1 Club, 412 Psi Chi, 410 Queens, 107 Registration, 84 Rochedale Co-op. 413 Savitar, 402 Savitar Queen, 120 Schuchard. Oliver, 64 Seniors, 321 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 304 Sigma Chi, 306 Sigma Nu, 308 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 310 Sigma Pi, 312 Soccer, 184 Special Interest, 59 Squirrels, 66 Student Foundation, 406 Student Life, 25 Tally Sheet, 194 Tau Kappa Epsilon, 320 Tennis. 180 Track, 170 Volleyball, 188 War, 100 Women's Basketball, 192 Women1s Golf, 186 Women's Swimming. 194 Women's Track, 196 Wrestling, 160 Zeta Beta Tau, 314 Zeta Tau Alpha. 316 Barkett, Kenneth J. 324, 383 Barks, Duncan Ray 275 Barnes, Cynthia Lee 396 Barnes, Frank L 324 Barnes. Mary Christine 285 Barnes. Russell H. 375 Barnes, Steven Bruce 268 Barnes, Steven William 386 Barnett, Jeanette Ann 385, 324 Barney, Douglas Kevin 275 Barnhart, Nikki Jane 401 Barr. Kristin Louise 299 Barren, Catherine J. 243 Barrett, Donald A. 408 Barron, Jeffry C. 257 Bartels, David George 324 Barth. Bruce Alan 324 Barth, Julia Marie 281, 390 Bartley, Judith Ann 238 Bartley, Virginia Rae 245 Barton, Patricia E. 265 Bates, John Robert 289 Batson, Susan Ilene 324 Batten, Cheryl Ann 243 Baue. Lisa Ann 396 Bauer, Betsy Ann 395 Baum. John E. 224 Baum, Marla Arena 247, 324 Bauman. Bruce Alan 259 Baumann, Donna Helene 385 Bazel, Vahid 324 Bazin, John Robert 324 Bazoian, Scott Azad 305 Beam, Walter R. JL 324 Beard, Burton Louis 305, 386 Beard, Susan Lynn 267 Bearden, Kathy Jean 277 Bechler. Mary Carolyn 324 Bechtold, Margaret J. 265 Becker, Bruce David 248 Becker, Jon Steven 248 Becker, Mark Steven 307 Beckerle, Barbara Ann 234 Beckett. Margaret L. 265 Bednar, Thomas Vincent 386 Bedunnah, Teresa Kay 255 Beers. Kennem Eugene 325. 313 Beersman, Wesley Gene 251 Beger, John David 325 Behlmann, Sheila M. 325 Behrendt, Patricia M. 243 Behrens, Martha Antoinette 285 Beisser, Jon Christopher 307 Beisser. Paul T. III. 307. 325 Beitch. Mark Allen 248 Bekebrede. Paul W, 325. 376 Beliles. Lisa 299 Belis. Gary Joseph 325 Belian, Janet Louise 243. 325 Bell, Linda Lee 277. 394 Bell. Lue Birdia 409 Bell. Philip Franklin 325 Bellman. Dorothy Gail 267 Bender. Bruce Albert 325 Bender, Susan P. 396. 265 Benedick. Allen S. 410 Benner. Marylee Ann 413 Benner.F1ichard B. 313 Bennett. Gerald Bruce 303 Bennett, Laurence J. 303 Benney. Jill Lynn 325 Benschop. Tina Joan 238 Benson. Marcia Nannene 299 Berg. Mark Eric 315 Berg. Richard Craig 315 Berger. Larita Marie 325 Berglund. Wendy C. 325. 245 Berk. Mitchell Craig 289 Berkin. Drucie E. 277 Berkowitz. Susan Ellen 247 Berkstresser. D. Diane 317 Berndsen. John Herbert 289 Berndsen. Mary Kaye 267 Bernsen. Deborah Ann 325 Bernstein. Richard Lyle 315 Berron. Mark Joseph M. 319 Berry. Elizabeth Anne 299 Besheer. Jay Gunter 307 Bessmer. Jean Lois 325. 413 Beyer. Steven Louis 248 Bibens, Douglas C. 273 Bien. Richard Nelson 295 Bierman. Max John 315 Biggerstaff. Vicky L. 325 Biggs. David Lee 236 Binkholder. Donna F. 325 Birch, Kent Collins 412 Bird. Shane Richard 295 Birk, Terry Lee 275 Birkenmeier. Janice L. 400 Birmingham. Madeleine 376 Birum. Donald Allen 325 Bishop. Cameron Bruce 325. 374 Bishop. Charlotte L. 317 Bishop, Dale Millard 325 Bisney. John F. 326 Bistline. Greg Paul 326 Black. Clayton Virgil 313 Black. Karen Jean 299 Black. Kelly Jane 267 Blackmore. Timothy A. 326 Blaes. Michael Alan 383 Blaine. Steven Robert 305 Blake. Barbara Jean 326, 317 Blankenship. Richard 261 Blauvel1.v nia F. 326 Bledsoe, thp Wayne 387. 305. 386. 410 Bleich, Peggy Sue 326 Blessen. Douglas Steven 287 Blessen, Gregory M. 287 Block. Lary Stuart 326 Bloom, David Michael 326 Blount. Cynthia Marlene Brems 326 Blumhorst. Debra Ann 326 Blunk, William Edward 259 Blyholder. John O. 386 Bode, Gerald Leon 385 Boeddinghaus. Cynthia Anne 243 Boedeker. John Henry 296 Boehi. David Ronald 326. 261 Boehm, Gregory W. 303 Boehne. Frederick William 289 Bogucki. Gregg Robert 383 Bohannon. Mitzi Ann 326. 255 Bohn. Joan Emma 238 Bokern. Robert Frank 273 Boland, Susan Marie 401 Bolliger, Lea Anne 265.396 Bcllinger, Brian Alan 326 Bollinger. Janet M. 326 Bond. Christopher Michael 261 Bonderer. Pamela Joan 255 Bonn. Anthony Vincent 309 Boosman. Dana Jene 245 Booth, Nancy Lee 326 Booth. Patricia Ann 326 Bopp. Guy Stephan 313 Borgelt. Steven Charles 275 Bergman, Lori Ann 326 Borgmann, Laura Susan 404 Bosch. Timothy Alan 311 Boschert Jr.. Don William 273 Bossick. Karen Ann 326 Basso. Daniel G. 326 Bolkin. Mike Lee 309 Boulton. Mary F, 326 Bouton. Sally Anne 245 Bowden. Douglas Ives 326 Bowen. Jean Ann 263 Bowen. Mark Dewayne 279 Bowles. Scott Martin 309 Bowles. Stephen Louis 326 Bowlin. Patric Gerard 326 Bowling. Douglas E. 326 Bowman. Jeffrey Paul 380 Boyd. Dennis M. 408 Boyd. Linden Trenl 305 Boyd. Olivia Ann 267 Boyd, Susan Pearce 390 Boykin. Roland R. Jr. 326 Bozoian. Stephen Paul 289 Bozovich. Marianne 326 Bozzay. Dennis Steven 279. 326 Bozzay. Michael Wayne 279. 385 Bracken, Polly Ann 263 Bradfield. Janet Ann 285 Bradford. Mary Ruth 404 Bradford. Roger E. 301 Bradley, Jan915ue 267 Bradley. Lila Kay 327 Bradshaw. Deborah S. 327 Bradshaw. Jean P. I1261 Brady. Robin Kate 327 Brady. Sean William 394 Brahm. Amy Ann 245 Brakemeyer, James M. 327 Branam. Susan Lynn 283 Branch. Ann Elizabeth 263 Brand, Jack Lindsay 386 Brand. Jay Alan 248 BrandaU. Ron N. 295 Brandenberg. Ann Louise 263. 275 Brandenburg. Robin G. 327 Brandi. Robert H. 273 Brandt, Robert T. Jr. 391 Branlon. Page 281 Bratrud. Michael W. 305 Bray. David Pace 279 Breckenridge. D.L. 327 Bredehoeft. Gene 0. 253 Bredenkoeuer. Teresa 327 Breeden. Gary Dean 327 Breeden. Sandra Lynn 263 Breihan. Mark Allen 301. 386 Brennecke. Sandra L. 255 Bresnahan. Rita Marie 327 Brewer. Larry Raymond 407 Briggin. LeighCory 315 Briggs. James Patrick 257 Briggs. Robert P. 327. 268. 386 Bright. Sarah Park 404 Brinker. Arlene Susan 255 Brinkmann. Thomas Charles 412 Brinkop. Cindy 267 Briscoe, Joyce Lynne 327 Bristow. Deborah 396 Britt. William Jerome 376 Bruce. Lise Kim 382 Brock, Ronald Lynn 253. 375 Brocksmith. James A. 327 Brodhacker. Linda L. 327 Brodzinski. Raymond William 404 Broemmelsick. Deborah 285 Broermann. Donald D. 253 Brolinson. Per Gunnar 291 Brooks. Kerby Alan 251 Brooks. Lynn Ann 396 Brooks. Perry M. Jr. 327 Brooks. Ronald Keith 236 Brothers. Jo Ellen M. 327 Brous. Jeffery Allen 248 Brown, Bradley Thomas 327 Brown. Brian Harlan 309 Brown. Cheryl Dawn 401 Brown. Dale Chris 275 Brown. David Richard 327 Brown. Debbie Lee 327 Brown. Elizabeth Anne 305 Brown, Ella Mae 327 Brown, Jon Seth 248 Brown. Juanita Jean,401 Brown, Lesley Anne 265 Brown. Mary Jane 327. 401 Brown. Patricia Ann 234 Brown, Paul Alben 327 Brown. Richard C. 391 Bruce, William C. Jr. 311 Brueggeman. Daniel R. 327 Bruemmtir. John Claig 301 Bruen. William John 296 Brunk. Douglas Lee 412. 253 Brunner. Jane! Kathleen 235 Brunner, Lawrence W. 327 Brunner, Mark Richard 327 Bryan. John David 291 Bryant. Joseph Patrick 275 Bryant. Russell Edwin 307 Buchholz. Jeffrey D. 305 Buckner. John C. 309 Buckner. Rhonda Diane 318 Buehler. Jennifer Anne 263 Buehler. Mark Vaughn 279 Buell. Deborah Mary 281 Buelkeman. M. Barbara 317 Buercklin. Kennekh Oliver 296 Buesching. Sandra L. 327 Bunce. Sarah Leslie 277 Bundy. Deborah Jean 235 Bunton, William Lee 279 Burge. John Kay Jr. 307 Burger. Roger Ray 309 Burgess. Margaret V. 327 Burk, Donna Sue 245 Burke. Jacqueline L. 327. 410 Burkhardt, Douglas W. 273 Burkharl. Mark Edward 313 Burlingame. Linda L. 328. 384 Burlingame. W.G. Jr. 328. 394. 404 Burmeister. James Neil 394 Burnes. Brian P. III 328 Burns. Linda L. 328 Burroughs. Cynthia Sue 266 Burrows. Jeftrey Alexander 268 Burton. Audrey Sue 328 Burton, Suzanne M. 245 Burwell. Elizabeth M. 328 Busceno. Deirdre M. 255 Busch. Patrick Thomas 291 Busiek. Mark R. 411 Busse. David Robert 291 Bulzner. Anna Moore 404 Byrne. Mary Elizabeth 245 Byrne, Patrick Lee 328 Byrne. Shawn Gerard 307 Byrnes. Robert Louis 328 Byrnes. William Paul 313 C Cabell. Thomas P. 287. 386 Cadle. Cynthia Lou 283 Cadle. Mark Alan 328, 253 Caine. Candace Anne 267 Caldarello. Cynthia J. 265, 400 Caldwell, Linda Marie 255 Caldwell, Mary Faye 328 Callahan. Daniel Devol 319 Callahan. John Robert 257 Callahan. Patricia K. 328 Calvert. Mary Ruth 328 Calvert. Robert William 413 Campbell, Debbie Gay 265 Campbell, Diane Louise 299 Campbell. Randolph D. 305 Campbell. Rebecca Sue 328 Campo, Donald Bruce 383 Cancila. Jack Michael 328 Cannell, Joanne K. 328 Cansler, Joel Ethan 295 Canlwell, Lisa Pam 299 Caplin. Kenneth Toby 248 Capshaw. Joyce Marian 245 Caravello. Joyce D. 299 Cardelti. Janet Maria 243 Carey. Max Allen 292 Carlin. Joan Lucille 404 Carlson. Neal Eric 301, 386 Carlton. Barbara Ann 277 Carlton, Beverly Ann 400 Carlyle. Phyllis M. 329 Carozza, Richard B, 329 Carpenter, Daryl Dean 329, 383 Carpenter, David Mark 386 Carpenter. Jane1 Lynn 283 Carr. Robert Edwin 329.301 Carrasco. Sharon A. 329 Carrier, Herman 253 Carroll, Kevin Eugene 292 Carroll. Steven Ray 275 Carson. Gay Lynne 385 Carson. Stephen W. 275. 408. 329 Carter. Kaye Garwood 329 Carter, Martha Anne 329 Cartier. Kamy Jan 265 Carlun. Richard Joel 315 Carvill. John William 301 Casady. Danny Joe 386. 251 Cassi1y. William Eugene 386 Caslen. Thomas James 307 Ca1anzaro.Therese M. 329. 385 Cales. Michelle C. 329 Cattle. Mary Cakherine 265 Cavanaugh. Christine June 265 Cave. Connie Lou 329 Cavenah. Richard Karl 287 Cellar. Carlee Ann 283 Cerra. Lynn Alison 329 Chaffin. Lura Susan 329 Chamberlin. Judith A. 396 Chaney, Kathryn Ann 329 Chaney, Stephen G. 329 Chapman. Michgelle L, 329 Chapman. Robert B. 251. 329 Chapple. Richard Penn 253 Cheek. Jerry Dan 303 Cherry. Karen Sue 247 Chester. Candace Lynn 329 Chestnas. John Andrew 279 Chew. Roy Garmer Jr. 329 Childress. Carolyn W. 329 Chilwood. Joseph E. 329 Christensen. Jo Elyn 265 Churchill. Leslig Jo 267. 390 Churchill. Paul 80011257 Cicardo. J. David 413 Cipriano. Ralph Louis 329 Clampelt. Stephen M. 329 Clark. Andrew Malcolm 329 Clark. Ann Louise 401 Clark, David Michael 329 Clark. Debra Ann 401 Clark. Elizabeth Camarine 330 Clark. James Courtney 329 Clark. John Boss 329 CIark. Leesa Anne 390 Clark. Mark Alan 261 Clark. Mary Elaine 245 Clark. Mary Sue Ellis 330 Clark, Pamela Anne 283 Clark, Patrick Brian 330 Clark. Rose M. 330 Clark. Roy Dean 311.408 Clark. Valerie Rene 267 Clark, William Donald 292 Clarkson, Lillian J. 281 Clarkson, Marjorie Ellen 281 Clary. VWlliam K. 398 Clausen, Margaret A. 330 Claxlon, Leslie Ann 390. 285 Clay. Nancy Sue 243 Clayman. Catherine J, 243 Clayton. Karen Sue 255 Cleaver, Anne Kendall 299 Clement. Sandra 0. 330 CIerk.Tim01hy Alan 303 Clevenger. E. Dawn 390 Clinkenbeard. Thomas 305 Clous. James Freeman 305 Clousson. Mark Steven 287 Goals, James Richard 408 Cable. Mark Harris 303 Cochell. James Edward 275 Cochran. Timothy Jay 404 Coe. Christine Ann 299 Coe, Melanie 265 Coe. Smart Earle 291 Coffelt. Terry Wayne 275 Colley. Carolyn Jean 281. 30 Cohen. Bruce Lawrence 248 Cohen. Debbie Gail 247 Cohen. Jeff A. 315 Cohen. Larry Michael 248 Cohan. Michele C. 412 Cohen, Susanne 277 Cohn. Arthur Joe 309. 330 Cole. Jerome David 330 Cole. Joseph Edward 311 Cole. Sharon L. 396 Coleman, Susan Elaine 330 Collar. Sammy G. 330 Collier. James Byron 374 Collier. James Roger 330 Collier. John D. 235 Collier. Phillip M. 330 Collier. Stephen E. 412 Collins, Diane 299 Collins. Julie Dawn 265. 305 Collins. Patricia J. 383 Collins. Thomas C. 330 Calvin. Roger Dale 330 Colwick. Charles Greg 261 Comer. Dwight David L. 319 Comfort. Robert R. 257. 386 Compton, Lynn Diane 238 Condron.Rober1 Lynn 330.251 Conklin. Casey Edward 307 Connelly. Michael P. 386. 268. 374 Connetl. Cynthia Ann 243, 406 415 Connett, William D. 292 Connor, Elizabeth Ann 394 Conrad, Jackie Mae 236. 283 Conrad, Mark Alan 383 Consalus, Karen Jane 299, 331 Constant. Deanna Jo 281 Conway, Christopher J. 394 Conway, James Edward 273 Conway, Robert M. 273 Cook, Elizabem Ann 238 Cook. James Ray 411 Cook, Karen Cheryl 380 Coolidge. Keith G, 331 Cooper, James Alan 406 Cooper, Kathryn Anne 263 Copeland, Douglas A, 307 Copeland, Julia Ann 299 Copeland, Lisa Sue 265 Coppaken, Howard B, 315 Copple, Jackie Kay 401, 331 Copple, Vincent Blake 315 Corben. Denise Lynn 331, 267 Corbett. James Edward 257 Corbett, Paula Marie 331 Corbin, Colleen M. 285 Corcoran, Craig Curtis 273 Cordes, Mark Steven 261, 391 Cordes, Michael A. 319 Cornelius, Cary David 253 Cornelius. Cindy Lou 267, 391 Cornwell, Lisa Anne 305 Cornwell, Mark Lee 279 Corry. Michael Edward 279 Corsc, Deborah Mary 317 Conopassi, Thomas 296 Cosby, Daniel Paul 331 Cosgrove, Donald Joseph 307 Costley, Clifford M1 331 Collar, Michael David 248 Colt, Charles Richard 331 Coney, Carolyn Sue 245 Coulter, Brenda Kay 390 Courier, Paula K. 299, 376 Cover, Kharyn Lee 376 Covert, Milos Lee 251 Covin, Jordan Dale 315 Cowan, Randy L1 303 Cowen. Jerry Albert 251 Cowgill, Robert M. 309 Cox, Arthur Clay 331 Cox, Elizabeth Ann 331 Cox, Jane Ann 265 Cox, Judy Kay 265 Cox, Julia Lynn 238 Cox, Terry Eugene 331 Cozad, Ronald E 413 Crabb, James Lyle 386, 313 Crabtree, Ernest J. 331 Cradick, Mary T. 331 Craighead, David L. 253 Crancer, Debra Jane 265 Crane, Melissa 331, 247 Craven, Candy L. 247 Crawford, Dan Taft 292 Crawford, Jacqueline Anne 267 Crawford. Julie Ann 281 Crawford, Steven Curtis 251 Creamer. Colleen Helen 267 Crecelius, Keith R. 313 Crews, Micaela Mae 263 Crews, Paul Ray 331 Cribbin, Patricia V, 301 Criles, Debra Kay 380 Cracker, Thomas Clark 305 Crcnan. John A, III 331 Crow, Stanley Eugene 332 Crowder, Viola May 332 Crowdis. Richard N, 309, 383 Crowdus, Carol C. 332 Crows. Lawrence Kerdolff 291 Corwell, Joy Elaine 234 Crmch1ield, Brian A. 301 Cullen. Michael Parnell 307 Cummins, Mike David 332, 410 Cunha, Kim Carlyle 332 Cunningham, Rebegca A. 332 Cupples, Steve E. 248 , Cupps, Donald Lynn 375, 251 9 Curley, Catherine Diane 332 Curtin, Melissa Marie 285 Curtis, Max Alan 305 Cusumano, Douglas P. 296 Cyrus, Martha Louise 332 D Dahl, Kenneth Wayne 332 416 Bailey, Jeffrey Alan 287 Bailey. Mary Denise 263 Dallen, Eugene C. III 303 Dallmeyer, Terry Ann 299 Dalton, Andrea Gibbs 299 Dalton, .Mary Colleen 299 Damon, Carol Maria 332 Daniels. James Allen 408 Danklef. Joseph Dirk 289 Darling, Wendy 245 Darlington, Maryellen 332 Darnell. Ronald Ben 275 Darst, Susan Nancy 406, 285, 410 Daugherty, Jay Allen 320 Daugherty, Nancy Golding 332 Daugherty,Timo1hy H. 332 David, Russell W. 332 Davidson, Debra Susan 247 Davidson, Gerald H. 315 Davidson, Nancy L. 245, 400 Davidson. Teresa M1 332, 243 Davidson, Wesley G. 251 Davis, Debra Susanne 283 Davis, Dwight William 411 Davis. Elizabeth Dessert 265 Davis, Janet Marie 238 Davis. Jay Brian 305 Davis, John Allen III 332 Davis, Judith Anne 236 Davis. Kayla Janette 245, 332 Davis, Lisa Ray 255 Davis, Lisabeth 277 . Davis. Lynn Anne 245 Davis, Marjorie Ann 283 Davis. Nancy Jo 263 Davis, Pamela Lynn 332 Davis. Roxanne 404 Davy. Patricia Ann 245 Day, JL, Francis G. 408, 375, 275 Dean III, John McHale 305 Dean. George Francis 311 Deaton, Rebecca C, 332 Decker. Patricia Ann 332 Deckman, Deborah Lee 285 Degenhardt, Kathryn A. 401 Degood, Ann Beth 317 Degreeff. Nancy Jo 332 Dehart. Charles Edward 303 Dehart, Michael David 303 Delisle, Rita do 255 Dellva. Paul Eugene 273 Delorey. Debra Ann 332 Dennis, Mark Victor 295 Denny. Linda Sue 332 Denny, Stephen Leroy 303 Dent, Louise Himhhar: 332 Dent. Thomas Oliver 332, 399 Deppe, Janet Ann 332, 243 Desaulniers, Janet M, 332 Deschler, Daniel E. 296 Deschu, Kim Susan 374 Desimone, Diane L. 332 Deters, Robin David 279, 236 Derwiler, Michael R, 303 Detzel. John Edward 376 Dever. Joyce Ladawn 333 Dewalt. Cynthia Anne 263 Dewitt. Janice Ann 267 Dewoskin, Thomas H, 307 Dickens. Diane Sue 299 Dickerson, Donna J. 333 Dickerson, James B. 407 Dickerson, Robert D, 287 Dickey, Martin L 292 Dickinson, Brian Thor 313 Didion, Jim Michael 296 Didion, Richard J. 296 Didonno, Lorenzo P. 333 Diehl, Douglas Owen 253 Dielmann, Andrew W. 305, 386 Dielmann. Elizabeth Ann 305, 285 Dietz, Debra Ann 305 Dill, Gary Virgil 303 Dill, Steven Eugene 286 Dillon, Kimberly Lynn 281, 400 Dionne, James Fairfield 257 Dischino. Janice Ann 245 Diver. Michael Joseph 398 Dixon, Stephen Mark 313 Duane, Robert Michael 253, 412 Dobbs, Michael Keith 309 Doering, Lawrence Gerard 291 Doernhoefer, Mark A. 333 Doerr. Martin Michael 333 Dolan. Katherine V. 396 Donelson, Barbara I, 333 Donnelly. Kathy Ann 283 Donovan. John Hays 380 Donovan, Mary Fat! 255 Dopuch. Peter Matthew 301 Dorman, Robert Louis 248 Dorman. Scott Jeffrey 248 Dorough, Leslie Helen 255 Dorsch, Stephen Ervin 333 Dortch, Milton A. 248 Dona, Marilyn Louise 412, 238 Doubet, Susan 285 Dougall, Kathleen M. 243 Daugherty, James E. 275 Douglas, Connie Jean 390 Douglas, Denise Aline 333,409 Douglas, Linda Jane 255 Douglas, Terry Lynn 390 Downey, Edward F. 301 Downey, Elmer Alan 320 Dowrick, Mary M. 333, 245 Doyel, Denise M. 333 Doyle, Conaught Marie 265, 376 Drake, Deborah Ann 255 Drake, Joseph F. 291 Drape, Mary Ann 255 Dreher, David Francis 307 Drehle, Martha Ann 333 Dreves, Alan Laird 333, 407 Drewel, Michael Louis 320 Drewes. Cynthia Sue 333, 255 Drumm. Jennifer 0. 285, 109 Drummond, Linda Susan 333 Dry. Milton Gary 333 Dubois, Bonnie S. 317 Dudley. Christine Sue 401 Duff, Jerry Neil 333 Duggins. Martha L, 376 Duke, Debra J. 409 Duncan, James Richard 333 Duncan, Mary Kathleen 333. 317 Duncan, Susan G. 409 Duncan, William Kent 291 Dunkin, Carter Lee 309 Dunklin, Susan Leone 305 Dunn, Catherine M. 333 Dunn, Eugene F. 296 Dunn, Philip Walter 296 Duntze. Jill Alison 236 Durbin, Sallie Linn 301 Durk, Deborah Sue 281 Button. Richard A. Jr. 307 Dutton, Robert R. 307 Duvall. Mark John 296 Dvorak, Paul E. 333 Dye, Stuan Ralls 309 Dyer, Shelley Rae 238 Dzurak. Linda Susan 333 E Eagan, Glennon Hugo 253 Earle. Vickie Lou 285 Earls. Nancy Suzanne 255 Early, Gabrielle Teresa 263 Eason, Janet Lee 245 . East, Mary Jane 380. 412 Eaton, Gregory M. 407 Eberlin, Gary Lee 333 Ebert. Matthew Michael 319 Ebert, Sharman Joanne 333 Ebens, Ralph Thomas 305 Ebingar, Thomas Gill 261 Eble, Deborah Ann 333 ' Eccles, Ruth Ann 333 Eckert, David Mark 248. 289 Eddy, Janet Lea 236 Eddy. Joseph Paul 296 Edel. Clair Lucinda 283 Edick, Jan EM, 390 Edison, Gary Whitaker 333 Edwards, Carol Lynn 245 Edwards, Chester 8. Jr. 333 Edwards, Eric Clyde 273 Edwards. James Ashton 333 Edwards, John Ruben 334 Edwards. Lisa 285 Edwards, Nancy Ellen 236 Edwards. William Jay 289 Egan, Dennis Edward 319 Eggerman, Leslie A. 259. 334,413 Eggers, Marci Marie 301 Eggers, Mary Jean 247 Egilsrud, Robert E. 313 Ehrlich, Joel 398, 406, 315 Eichenauer, Mary Beth 265 Eigenberg, David Alan 334 Eisenberg, Diana S. 334 Eisleben. Karl Robert 309 Eisler, Catherine Lea 334 Elbein, Adam Shawn 248 Ell, Robin Michael 261 Elliott, Chris E. 295 Elliott, Georgianne 285 Elliott, Jean Louise 334 Elliott, Pamela Linn 334 Ellis, James Earl 334 Ellis, Mary Margaret 334 Ellis, Michael Wayne 253. 375 Ellis, Phillip Eugene 309 Elrod. Standley Wells 313 E15, Walter Carl 259 Elven, Joyce Elaine 334 Elwell, Rebecca Lynn 334 Ema, Lisa N. 334 Engler, Mary Bridget 409 Ensign, Jill Elsie 263 Epstein, Alan L. 315 Epstein, Craig Alan 386 Epstein, Ellen Sue 247 Eps1ein, Jennifer Kay 299 Erdel, Kamleen Mary 281 Erickson. Charles L. 383 Erickson, Jo Elizabeth 263 Ernst, Charles F. III 334 Ernst, Claudia E, 265 Ernst. Steven Vallal 303 Essex, Johnny Monroe 334 Essrnan, Gary Mark 248 Estes, Dennis Wayne 407 Estes, Sherry Lynn 334 Etsinger, Stacy H. 334 Eubanks. Durena E. 334 Evans, Karen Rae 334 Evans, Kathryn Lee 317 Evans. Laura Searles 285, 390 Evans, Melinda Sue 285 Evans, Richard Frank 296 Evans. Ruth Ann 243 Evans. Scott T. 309 Ewing. Margaret Grace 281 F Faes, Vvonne Evelyn 396 , Fagan, John Micheal 319 Fahimi, Ahmad 335 Fairley, Marilyn Ann 277 Faith, Janet Lee 263 Falco, Linda Jane 243, 335 Fallen, William Leo 279 Fallick, Alan H. 335 Fallin. Gregory Earl 309 Famuliner, George W, 251 Fanizzc, Juliana 285 Farkas. Susan Elaine 390 Farley, James W Jr. 305 Farmer, Randal Jay 273 Farnen, Mavy Kathryn 335 Farr, Linda Jeanne 335 Farrell, Maurice K. 335 Fasbinder, Paul NMI 248 Fath, Treasure I. 335 Faucen, John J. 273, 386 Favazza, Michael F. 273 Fay, Bruce Robert 376 Fechter, Sally Olive 390, 265 Feigenbaum, Robyn S1 247 Feilner. Ronald Dale 407 Feinberg, Lauren Rhea 247 Feld, Susan Elizabeth 238, 283 Feldman. Karen Sue 247 Feldman, Richard E, 248 Fellhauer. Daniel Roy 335 Fellwock, Maurice Alan 273 Fellwock, Stan Arthur 386. 273 Feltmeier, Mary E 263 Femmer, Rise Ann 396 Femmer, Stephen R. 407 Ferguson, Joan Leslie 116. 265 Ferguson, Melissa Ann 255 Fernandez, Jeanne M. 335. 374 Ferranto. Salvatore J. 295 Fete, Kevin Joseph 412 Feuerbacher. James H, 305 Fiala, Margaret Mary 234 Fialka, William Frank 257 Fichman, Jan Howard 248 Fichman, Kenneth B, 248 Ficken, Leelinda Ann 335 Fiehler. Corinne Kay 238 Finch,Hober1 L, 273 Findlay. Paul Williams 301 Finke. Marilyn Anne 412 Finley, Craig Lynn 305 Finley, Lee Ann 263 Finley. Manha Anne 245 Fischbach. Michele M. 390. 245 Fischer. James Ernest 251 Fischer. Mona Marie 238 Fischer. Susan Lynn 263 Fisher. Brad Kevin 279 Fisher. George B. 335 Fisher. James Edward 335 Fisher. Nicholas M. II 335 Fisher. Michele 267 Fitchett. Debra Kea 267 Fitzgerald. Andrew M. 291 Fitzgerald, Mary Ann 335. 401 Fitzgibbons. David D. 305 Fitzpatrick. Mark G. 291 Fikzsimmons. Mary C. 335 Flandreau. H1W. III 305 Flaspohler, Jo Ellen 335. 376 Flaspohler. Mark William 292 Fleck. James Michael 273 Fleck. John Lyle 273 Fleck. Rochelle Marie 335 Fleischut. Gregory Xavier 289 Flemming. Mary K. 336 Fletcher. Leland D.Jr1 305 Flinn. Paul John 336 Flinn.Phi1ip Zane 251. 268 Flint. Tom Fraser 386. 398. 292 Flinner. Lisa L 283 Flock. Harry Herbert 408 Flood. Margare1 Lynn 396 Flood. Thomas Daniel 261 Flory. Pamela Joan 401 Floyd. Jeanne Frances 236, 336 Flynn. Laurie do 245 Fohey. Richard Vernie 412 Foley. Kamleen Mary 336 Falkner. Patricia Ann 283 Folks. Joanne K. 281, 400 Fooshee. Sharon Kaye 317 Ford. Linda L. 336 Fovd. Michele E1iss 338 Ford. Robert Bruce 336 Forrest. Douglas W. 336 Fcrsee. David Alan 292 Foshee. Michael E. 383 Foster. Glenda Joyce 234 Foster. Joel Henry 336. 385 Foster. Kevin Elbert 336. 407 Fos1er. Laura K. 410 Foster. Mary Christian 255 Foster. Rita Renee 336. 409 Fowler. David Michael 336 Fowler, Gregory Scott 257 Fox. Steven Walter 261 Fox. William David 336 Frager. Bruce Harvey 248 Francis. Lynda Collins 255 Francke, Carrie Diane 410. 336. 398 Franey. Patrick Shea 291 Franey. William J. Jr. 291 Frank, James FL 336 Frankel. Julie Ellen 336. 247 Frankenberg, Jill A. 336 Frankenfield, Carl R. 336 Franklin. John Hall 261 Franklin. Judy Dee 263 Franklin. Susan Alynn 263 Franzel, Dee Ann 247 Frappier. Bettina Jo 255 Frazee. Paul Jay 303 Frazier. Leona Yvonne 318 Freeze. Jerry Dean 412 Freiburg. Mark Edward 336 Freismin. Terri Lynn 335 French. Carol Ann 243 French. Mary Ruth 281 Frey. Mark Douglas 295 Frey. Russell Donald 336 Fribis. Linda Kay 401. 336 Frick. Ava Lee 412 Frick. Dorothy Jean 236 Friedberg, Steven R. 248 Fries. Janis Orlh 336 Fritz. Carol Ann 235 Frulh, John Stephen 336 Fuchs, Robert H. 305 Fuchy, Karen Cecilia 374 Fullord. Cynthia Eleanor 238 Fuller. Paula Elizabeth 299 Fussman, Calvin E. 394 G Gaiser. Denise Ann 238 Galbierz, Linda Lee 243 Gallagher. Cindy Ann 390. 265 GaIlagher. Connie J. 283 Ganoway. Debra Lea 336 Galloway. Floyd Henry 336 Galvin,Timo1hy D. 336 Gannaway. Donna Kay 238 Garavaglia. Thomas Jr. 311 Gardner. Eric Melvin 279 Gardner. Janet Sue 337. 281 Gardner. Lynn Ann 299 Garland. Terrance Michael 257 Garlich. Michael A. 336 Garner. Charles Allen 337 Garrett. Myron Bradley 279 Garrison. Phillip G. 337 Ganenberg, Linda Joyce 247 Gash, Linda June 337. 255 Ga1torna.Susan Ann 121. 317 Gay. Jo Ann 234 Gebhards. David Allen 408 Gebhan. Gary C. 273 Gehlerl. Donna Sue 281 Geigel, Charloua L. 245 Geisman. Ray A. 337 Geisse. Andrew Michael 296 Gelbach. Pamela K. 245 Geldbach. Larry Lloyd 337 Geller. Bradley Sheldon 248 Gelner. Dennis John 337 Gengelbach. Gene Paul 261.337 Genisio. Mary M. 337 Gentile II. Richard Joseph 305 Gentili. Judith Lynn 401. 409 George. Jane C. 337 George. Martha 299 Georges. Achilles E. 279 Gerber. Paula E. 396 Gerchen. David K. 248 Gerdes. Larry Wayne 275 Gerdes. Lori Denise 243 Gerke. Daniel Herben 337 Gem, Beny Ann 337 German. Mark Alan 248 Gershenson. Dean Todd 315 Gessel. Michael Henry 259 Geurin. Brian Clark 273. 386 Ghrist. Ronald Wayne 303 Gibbons. Mary Allen 299 Gibbs. Danny Ray 268 Gibbs. Jeffray Lee 391 Gibbs. Mark Anderson 261.391 Gibson. Terence Dean 313 Gibson. Valerie Ann 337 Gieselman. Mark David 253 Ginord. Jamie Kay 337 Gilbert. Ann Miles 236 Gilbert. Eva Juliet 374. 337 Gilkey. Gail Lynnette 234 Gill. John Gresham 385 Gillespie. Ron E. 337 Gilliam. Beverly Jo 263, 337 Gilliam. Glennon Charles 268 Gillison. Christie K. 265 Gilslrap. Jon Russel 257 Ginsburg, Marty J. 315 Gilel. Scot! Jay 315 Gin. Patricia Gail 337. 247 Givant. Debra Ann 247 Givens Jr.. James Arthur 309 Givens, Jerry Samuel 337 Gladden. John Mark 385 Glaser. Carole Sue 337. 277 Glass. Robert SKephen 291 Glauerl, Barbara E. 337 Glick. John F. 315 Glee. Lloyd FL 407 Gloe. Roger Paul 337. 320 Gnagi. Mary Michele 283 Gobberdiel. David C. 408 Gockel. Bruce Leon 289 Gockel. Lance Berwyn 289 Godar. Daniel Joseph 273 Godich. Mark Steven 268 Godwin. Ann Denise 337 Goebel. Sandra Kaye 337 Goeckeler, Zoe Marie 234 Goeke. Robert John 337 Gears. Keilh Waldon 305 Goetsch. Tracey Jean 317 Go", Charles Douglas 279 Goldberg. Diane Kay 247 Goldford. Nea2 H. 315 Goldman. Ann L, 247 Goldman. Linda C. 247 Goldman. Theodore A. 315 Goldstein. Michael L. 337 Golds1ein. Paul David 315 Goldwasser. Joseph L. 315 Geller, Valarie Leigh 245 Golson. Gary Lee 291 Good. Nancy Jane 285 Goodhean. Alan Ray 248 Goodman. Robin Lee 247 Goodwin. Janice L. 305. 265. 396. 400. 376 Goodwin, Mary Elizabem 283. 236 Gordon. Clayton Earnen 261. 391 Gordon. James Neal 291 Gordon. Karen Rae 337 Gordon. Larry Alan 236 Gordon. Richard L. II 311. 386. 411 Gordon. Ronald D. 315 Gordon. Terry Douglas 315 Gorla. Catherine Louise 234 German. Kenneth T. 337 German. Kevin James 296 Golsdiner. Lynne Rae 247 Gaucher. Jean Ann 265 GouldJr,. Richard Vigus 236 Gould. Ann Elizabeth 265 Gourley. John Braoks 303 Goyer. Karen Jane 338 Goymerac. Mary Alice 338 Grace. Howard Thomas 291 Graeff. David Edward 412. 375 Gragg. Dennis M, 338 Graham. Mark S. 296 Graham. Stephanie H, 401 Grannemann. Mark Edward 279 Grant. Brian D. 305 Gram. Jane Ann 338 Grantz. THomas Elton 268 Grashoff. Robert B. 319 Graulich. Deborah M, 338. 317 Gravagna. Andrew M. 235 Gray. Anne Marie 383 Gray. Anne Waller 263 Gray. Barb Marie 338. 374 Gray. Kevin Stuart 338 Gray. Roger Dean 275 Gray. Stephan A. 261 Green. Anna Laura 338 Green, Barbara Lynn 263 Green. Deborah L. 238 Green. Debra Lynn 283 Green, Magaly J. Mauras 243 Green, Mary J1 299 Greene, Kathi Denise 409 Greene. Richard E. Jr, 296 Greenwald. Joy 338 Greenway, Roben Clifford 408 GreenWood. Mary Ellen 317 Greer. Kent Allen 412 Gregory. Martha Elizabelh 305 Gregory, Michael Lynn 292 Gregory. Paul David 404. 338 Gressly. Laura Lynne'255 Gricius. Nancy M. 380 Grieg. Cathy Ann 338 Grier. Thomas Charles 408 Griessel. Jean Louise 338 Grmin, David Blair 291 Sn in, John Douglas 338 Grilfilh. James Lynn 338 Griffith. Kim Denise 390 Griggs. Robert L. Jr. 279 Grisham, Richard B. 338 Grodie. Harry James 407 Grodie. Mary Elizabeth 412. 238 Groff. David Heaps 257 Grojean. Wilma Catherine 285 Gronski. Robert T. 338 Groomes. Charles L. 273. 338 Grosman. Lonnie Jack 248 Gross. Joseph Nathan 338 Grossman. Gary Dale 295 Grossman. Randall T. 295 Grossman. Roger David 248 Grossman. Susan Jayne 338 Grate. Thomas Edward 296 Growcock.512ven Brian 259 Grubbs. Robert W. Jr. 289 Gruidl. Michael E. 338 Grus, Mary Jane 283 Gude. Gerald Michael 374. 279 Guehne. Deborah Ann 338 Guess. Alvaleta Evon 318 Guignon. Denise Ann 267, 390 Guilford. Linda M. 338 Guinlher. William R. 279 Gumowitz. Nalyce 277 Gulovitz. Samuel L. 315 Gutow. Andrew 315 Gutshall. Doug Keith 253 Guning. Diane Mary 399 Guymon. Karen M. 243 H Haas. Mary Katherine Delaney 281 Hass. Thomas George 296 Haas. William Keith 320 Hack. David Joseph 320 Hacker. Gary Alan 268 Hackley. Steven Allen 410 Haddenhorst.Rober1 George 291 Haden. Jonathan Royen 291 Hams. Sandra Lee 247 Hagan. Debra Jane 243 Hagan. Julia Marie 338 Hagebush. Terriannn M. 267 Hager. Deobrah Susan 243 Hahn. Abigail Lynn 317 Haigh. Steven Guldberg 292 Haines. Deborah Lynn 263 Haines. Linda Kay 236 Hale. John Edward 307 Halenkamp. George III 338 Halenkamp. Joan V. 263 Hales. Marcia Teresa 265 Haley. John Richard 303 Hanerly. Carolyn Ashley 299 Hall. Carol Ann 338 Hall. Mary Lucy 340 Halliday. Geoflrey H. 291 Halveland. Leslie G. 268 Hammann. Gregory D. 289 Hammond. David Coy 287 Hampe. Lizbeth Ann 267 Hams. Robert Lewis 292 Hana. Stephanie c. 285 Hancock. Rebecca 265. 409 Handel. Mark Alan 412 Haney. Mary Kathryn 340 Hankins. Robert Kirk 340 Hankins. S1eve C. 307 Hanners. Susan Rae 401 Hanstcrd. George M. 296 Hanske. Panicia L. 340. 399 Hanske. Steven Paul 291 Hanson. Edwin William 411 Harber. Sheldon Jay 248 Hardecke. Ronald George 412 Harden. Thomas R. 305 Harding. Carolyn Ruth 340 Harkins, Anita Lynn 413 Harlan. James Gordon 386 Harmon. James Davidson 253, 412 Harmon. Wayne Charles 340 Harmony. Robert M. 305 Harms, Warren Leslie 259 Harness. Mary E, 255 Harper. Donald Wayne 340 Harper. Randall Lee 340 Harper. William Randolph 257 Harrington. Mary E. 401 Harris. Beth Ann 243 Harris. Doris Elaine 376 Harris. Doug1as Ross 398. 403 Harris. Ruth Ann 340 Harrison. Catherine 285 Harrison. Darcy Ann 255 Harrison. Ron Joseph 257 Harroun. Mary Lou 299 Hart, Gwendolyn 340. 409 Hanig. David Bradlord 291 Har1ke,Diane Lynn 245 Hartke. Kevin James 311 Hartman. Suzanne M, 277 Hartmann. Carl Louis 315 Hartmann. Mary Jo Jeanette 245 Harvel. Steven A. 291 Harvey. Daniel Ray 413 Harvey. John Robert 261 Haselhorst. Elmer P. 407 Haselhorst. Frank J. 340 Haselhorst. John David 407 Hashim, Norman Binte 340 Hasser. Stephen M. 376 Ha1a. John Steven 340 Halchm. Curtis Lee 309 Haug. John Bernard 296 Hawk. John Thomas 309. 340 Hawken, Christopher Hall 268 Hawkey, Earl Warren 289 Hawkins, Marvin Kei1h 340. 406 Hawkins. Teresa Ann 243 Hawkinson. Richard G. 340 Hawks. Lawrence Frank 386 Hawn. Catherine Louise 243 Hay. Linda Ann 255 Hayden. John Lawrence 340 Hayen, Gary Duane 340 Hayen. Margerixe Ann 388 Hayes. Cheryl Lynneu 318 Hayes. Michael Jene 291 Haynes. Linda Sue 340 Hayob. Daivd Ambrose 340 417 I 1 1 Hays, Dennis Gerard 408 Hayslen, Laurette Elizabeth 281 Hayworth. Michael D. 311 Hdoubler, Kurt E. 257 Healey. Dianna Lynn 255 Healey, Glennon W. 319 Healey. Timothy James 319. 340 Heapes, Thomas Edwin 287 Hearst. Debra Hope 340 Heck. Paul William 411 Hedges. Caro1yn Sue 340 Hedlin. Barbara Jean 263 Hedrick. Melanie M. 255. 409 Heffernan. Judith Ann 384 Heffernan. Julianne L. 340 Heft, Michele Renee 263 Heidebrecht, Cathy Sue 236 Heilferty, William H. 305 Heiman, Sandra Jean 247 Heimos. David Michael 291. 340 Heinemann, Jayne Anne 340. 384. 401,299 Heisler, John Edward 305 Heitkamp. Michael A. 340 Heitmeyer. Carter E. 253 Hellem. James Allan 341 Heller, Mark Brian 315 Helling. Hinda Rhea 341 Hellmann. James S. 341 Hellwig. David R. 295. 386 Hellwig, Yvonne Marie 384 Helm. Julia Ann 341 Hempe. John Edward 296 Hemperley, John Lawton 291 Henderson. Suzanne E. 341 Henderson. Thomas W. 251 Hengel, James Albert 341 Henley. Barbara Gail 317 Hennerich, Ralph A. 287 Hennessey, Timothy G. 296 Hennigh. Stanton G. 401 Henry, Michael Reid 341 Henry. Sharon Joyce 299 Henry, Tonia Michele 409 Henton. Thomas Newton 341 Henze. Michael Edward 268 Herbers. Mark Flynn 319 Herrmann. Susan Ann 341, 401 Hershey. Katherine M. 362 Hassler. Gail Rita 341 Heumann. Thomas G. 296 Heuring, Charles M. 341 Heydenberk. Willis Jerion 341 Hickman. Sheryl Lynn 301 Hicks, Donna Mae 283. 238 Hicks. Jonathan P. 341. 385 Hicks, Richard Emery 307 Higbee. Paul Robert 305 Hilch. Bruce Alan 315 Hildebrandt. William Gerard 291 Hildebrecht, Susan Marie 265 Hilecher, Jerry Frank 341 Hileman, Jacklyn Rae 235 Hiler, Suzanne M. 401 Hilgedick, Karen J. 341 Hilliard, Teresa Ann 341 Himmel. Patricia Sue 245 Hinchman, Ann E. 299 Hinck. Donald Ernest 273 Hinck, Michael Edward 273 Hinkle, Rhonda Sue 341 Hinkle. William Carl 341 Hinshaw. Dawn Marie 235 Hire. Amy Lynn 299 Hirt. Barbara Ann 396 Hirlh, Barry Martin 295 Hobson, Gregory Lewis 376 Hodes. Laura Marie 301 Hodill, Randolph Lee 341 Hudson. Mark Warren 380 Hoegemann. Mark Lee 341 Hoehn, Karen Rose 341 Hoehn. Kathleen Ann 341 Hoeksema, Scot D. 341 Hoell. Gwen Gai1341.401 Hoell. Robert Lewis 341 Hoeller, John Patrick 383 Hoelscher. Gustavs Jr. 341 Hoeman. Davideene 341 Hof. Paul Victor 273 Hoffman. Barbara Jean 263 Hoffman. Carol Sue 317 Hoffman. Eliot Brian 342 Hoffman. Jana Therese 342. 410 Hoffman. Ricky Lee 342 Hoffman. Timothy D. 296 Holfmann. Anna Marie 342 Hofius. Paula Lee 342 Hofmann. Craig Gibson 259 Hofmeister, John A, 342 418 Ho1meister. Patricia 245. 342 Hogan. Dennis James 319 Hogsen, Donald Carl 301 Holder, Bruce Kevin 261 Holder, Gary Scott 410. 342 Hollabaugh. David S. 342. 383 Holland. James Edward 386. 309 Holland. Pamela June 342 Holland, Penelope J. 342 Hol'land. Stephanie F. 342 Hollandswonh. Marla 263 Holler. Constance L. 342 Holliday. Cynthia A. 342 Hollub, Michele H. 247 Holmes. Lynn Michele 285 Holtkamp. Janet Lynn 343 Holtmeyer. Mark G. 343 Homan. Rex Allen 279 Honig. Ronald Richard 319 Honse, Patricia L. 119. 234. 364 Hood. Jerry Blake 343 Hood. Jill Ann 255 Hooper. Cathryn Ann 317 Hoover. Jolene Ann 376 Hopkins. Kathryn Ann 343 Hopper. Sheryl Annette 305 Hoppmann. Harry J. III 268 Horenkamp, Deborah K. 343 Horine. Donna Joyce 412 Horn. Jeffrey Scott 291 Horneyer, Lee Robert 279 Hornstra. Robijn Kerst 236 Hornung. Sally Jean 402 Horstkoeuer, Sally Ann 343 Horstmann. Pamela Louise 281, 305 Horton, Jerry Dale 343 Hosfield, Lisa Diane 285. 343, 390. 410 Hoskins, Connie Lynn 343 Houchin. Teresa Marie 283 Hough. Susan Gale 343 Houlihan. Ruth Elizabeth 234 House. Cynthia Dianne 343 Housemann. Lynn Ann 238 Howard, James William 292 Howard, Mary Clifford 245 Howard. Sharon M. 267 Howard, William Kevin 251. 386. 343 Howe, Jerome L. 296 Howland. Teresa Jean 238 Huber. Mary Kay 245 Huber. Steven John 291 Hubert. Janet L. 343 Huddleston. Diana G. 385 Huenneke. Stephen M. 319 Huffine, Alan Edward 291 Huffman. Charles Earl 301 Huggins. Pamela Joy 281 Hughes. Barbara Ann 267 Hughes. Mary Jane M. 376. 299 Hughes. Michael John 305 Hughes. Timothy J. 257 Huhman. Grace Mary 343 Huhman. Michael Lee 383, 413 Huhman, Stanley D1 411 Hulett. Carla Raye 343 Hull. Brenda Lee 343 Hull. Elizabeth L, 396. 299 Humes. Gail Sandra 343, 384 Hummel, Paul Andrew 386 Humphreys. Cris A. 245 Humphreys, Jo Ann 343 Humphreys, William G. 291 Hundley, Stephen T. 343 Hunt. Brian D, 268 Hunt. Julia Anne 343 Hunzeker, Michael Lee 309 Hupman. Jana Ruth 343 Hupp. Jerry Wayne 343 Hurst. Charles Blake 375. 408 Huskey. Randolph C. 261 Huson. Deborah Lee 243 Huss. John Victor 383 Huss, Margaret Ann 234 Huston. Jo Ann 344 Hquhison. Barry Jay 344 Hutsel, Donald R. 291 Huyen. Douglas Brinham 301 Hyatt, Alan Lewis 315 Hyatt. Vicki Ann 283 Hyde. David Scott 394 Hyde, James Brady Jr. 296 ldlbt. Scott Gregory 292 lgou, Mary Anne 344 lhms. Deborah Ann 236 lman. John Nick 275 lngraham. Lynn Kay 299 Ireland. Ken Harold 344 Irwin. Carl Thatcher 386 lselin. Judith Mary 344. 245 Israel. Jacqueline A. 409, 299. 376 J Jackson. Carolyn Ruth 344 Jackson, Donald S 295 Jackson. Melinda Lou 401 Jackson, Ralph Alvin 408 Jackson. Wanda Diane 344 Jacob. Randy Louis 383 Jacobs. David Berton 315 Jacobsmeyer, Karen M. 390 Jacobsmeyer. R.W1 Jr. 279 Jacobson. Debra Mary 235 Jacoby. James August 344 Jaeger. Denise Marie 263 Jahrling, Jody Ann 255 James. Penny Gay 344. 401. 384 Jamieson Jr,. William Edward 395 Jarboe. Gregory L 413, 344 Jarvis, Sharon Ann 245 Jasen. Frank Simon 344 Jeans. Rebecca 299 Jeffares, Robert H, 344 Jeffery. Stephen Glen 386, 320 Jenkins, Mary Anne 344 Jennings. Debbie K. 283 Jennings. Debra Sue 344 Jennings. Gina C. 344 Jenny. Alice Lee 412 Jochum. Linda Lee 344 Johaningmeyer, Judy A. 265 Johansen, Dale Wayne 413 Johanson, Kimberly S1299 Johnson. Anne E. 410 Johnson, Becky Lavelle 238 Johnson, Christine Ann 344 Johnson. David Allen 386, 408 Johnson, David Leland 289 Johnson. Eric Gerhardt 394 Johnson. James zfhomas 344 Johnson, Janet Doris 344 Johnson. John Paul 344 Johnson. Karen Sue 265. 410 Johnson, Kaihy Margaret 234 Johnson. Marcia Ann 444 Johnson. Mark Eugen; 313 Johnson, Nancy Pierce 390 Johnson. Phill H. 305 Johnson. Phillip lgleheart 411 Johnson. Robin Anne 245 Johnson. Soon Philip 386 Johnson, Sharon Rose 409 Johnson. Sherri Lynne 412 Johnson. Steven M. 344 Johnson, Timothy Paul 344 Johnson, William C. 307 Johnston, Deborah Kathryn 255 Johnston, Johnny S. 303 Johnston. Malinda Jo 344 Johnston, Mark Byron 380 Johnston. Roger Alan 253 Johnston, Steven Marc 307 Jones. Charles Hagen 287 Jones. Christi Lea 111. 265 Jones, Donna Marie 344 Jones. Dwight Kevin 253 Jones. Gay Ann 344 Jones. Janice Lynn 255 Jones, Kent Jones 287 Jones. Lowell Clifton 394 Jones. Marcella Marie 243 Jones, Marcia Elaine 255 Jones. Mary Jane 344 Jones. Michael A. 345 Jones. Richard Selwyn 273 Jones, Robin Claire 299. 412 Jones, Sara King 299 Jones. Spencer Van 275 Jones, Thomas Francis 345 Jones. Tracy Lee 376 Jongerius. Nicolaas M. 345 Jordan. Gerilyn 317 Jordan. James Walter 257 Josendale. James E. Jr. 345 Josephs. Carol Ann 247 Jost. Paul Gregory 287 Jostad. Scott Phillip 345 Jostrand. John F. 345 Jowen. Ted Arthur 345 Judy. Daniel Timo1hy 380 Jumper. Peter Sharpe 412 Jursich. Jane Ellen 345 Jury. Kathleen Anne 374 K Kacena. Jay Orval 345 Kadlec. Peggy M. 345 Kaemmerer, Debbie M. 345 Kaempfe. Terry Alan 259 Kahl. Elaine Cathryn 345 Kain. Judy Lynn 345 Kalbfleish. Richard T1 291 Kalbfleish. Stephen J. 291 Kalender, Howard Lee 345 Kalish. John Robert 345 Kamakas. Constance Penelope 267 Kamman. Christine D. 390, 281 KampsChroeder. Judith 401 Kane, Michael J. 303 Kannapell, Mary E. 245 Kaplan. Bruce William 412 Kaplan, Jill Ann 247 Kaplan. Leslie Alan 248 Karrenbrock, Karla S. 345 Kartsonis. Gregory G. 273 Karwoski. Debra Jean 345 Kassen. John Kirby 295 Katz. Jeffrey Louis 315 Kaufman. Ann Ellen 281 Kaufman, Joan Evelyn 281 Kaufman. Joy Marie 345. 281 Kaufman. Susan Lynn 247 Keane. Lynn M. 345, 413 Kearns, Dana Lorraine 345 Keasl Jr,, James Duane 273 Keathley. Jeri Ann 265 Keaton. Mark Clyde 345 Keeg'an, Kevin George 303 Keele, Linda Diane 345 Keeney, Steven Howard 345 Keaton. David Keith 236 Keith, Bonnie Jean 265 Keith. Lee Roy 257 Ke'ithly. Garland Kemp 305 Kelleher, Eileen F1, 267 Kelley, Robert P. 407 Kelly, Ralph Giles 237 Kelly. Robert Alton 345 Kemper. Bradley A 291 Kemper. Carol Lynn 390 Kemper, ll Roy Sigler 386 Kendrick. Robert E. 345 Kenna. Janice Claire 285 Kennedy. Adriane Gale 395 Kennedy. Douglas Ray 345 Kent. Elizabeth Ann 345 Kent, Lisa Caro! 347 Kent, Patricia Gayle 317 Kent. Shirley Jean 317, 347 Kerlick. Daniel John 319. 347. 374 Kersting, Mary Emily 413 Kessler. Linda Sue 247 Kichline, Brian M, 347 Kidd, Carolyn 347 Kiefert, Philip Eugene 347 Kiely. Elizabeth Anne 299 Kilpatrick. Steven H. 347 Kimball. Mark Stewart 347 Kimball. Martha Kylen 265 Kimmel. Colleen M. 347 Kinder, Beny Sue 235 Kinder. Susan Ellen 347 Kiner. Kevin Leslie 236 King. David Lynn 347. 374 King, Denise Kay 236 King, Jeff Cline 279 King. Kathy Letticia 285 King. Kevin Vern 292 King. Thomas Michael 347 Kingsley. Susan Chenaull 299 Kinsey, Timothy S. 347 Kipper. Laurel Ann 255 Kircher. Karen Jane 396. 390 Kirgis, Karen Rose 347 Kirkwood. Earl H. Jr. 376 Kirlley. Bradley J, 235 Kissinger. James Gerard 289 Kistner, Janice Lee 347 Kittle. Gary Gene 251 Klarleld. Melvin 347 Kleene. Mary Lynn 396. 317 Kleffner. Roger Alan 292 Kleg. Michael Joel 248 Klein. Barbara Ann 347 Klein. Gregory Kent 259 Klein. John Gerard 315 Klein. John Peter 315 Klein. Keith 315 Klein. Patricia Ann 347 Klein. Patricia Evelyn 281 Klein. Steven H 257 Klein. Vickie Kim 347 Klein. Zane Louis 275 Klenner. John Allan 296 Kletsky. Debra Jo 247 Kliegel. Marla S. 347 Kliethermes. Allen R. 411 Kline, Jeffrey Eugene 287 Kline. Lee Gary 248 Kline. Roy Lee 295 Klinefel1er. Mary E. 120. 263 Kling. Gunard Fred 279 Kling. Stephen Leroy 386 Klingner. Michael D. 383 Klobucar. David Mark 404 Kloeppel. Terence Lee 275 Kloppe. Lloyd Herbert 412, 320 Klos. Claudia Mary 317 Klu1enkamper. Jill M. 243 Knehans. Lowell Ernest 261 Knehans. Sharon Lynn 283 Knez. Debra Lynn 263 Knight. Robert A. JL 291 Knight, Ronald Oran 347 Knipp, Rosella Lorine 317. 383, 411 Knipshild. Lisa Scott 277 Knirr. Karen Jean 236 Knobel. Pany 317 Knoedelseder. Kathryn 245 Knoepker. John W. 292 Kncpp. Maxine Elizabem 347 Knowles. Susan Marie 243 Knox. Stephen Keith 268 Koch,Ka1herine Jean 263 Koelkebeck. Kenneth W. 347. 320 Koenig. Cons1ance J. 396 Koenig. Gerard Joseph 320 Koenig. Paul Edward 347 Koenigsdorf.Kei1h B. 261. 391. 406 Koatering. Hollis D. 347 Koestering. Shawn M. 410 Kohl. Johnny Ray 411 Kohn. Leonard Abe 315 Kohoutek. James W. 295 Koirtyohann. S1even H. 303 Kolb, Daniel Len 410 Kolkhorsl. Fred W, 347 Kolm. Dale Dwigh1259 Kontras. Demilra Ann 255 Koon. Gary Wayne 289 Koon. Keith Francis 301 Kent. David Tracy 347 Kuppes. Seth Charles 257 Korff. Kris1in Marie 384 Kornblum. Robert Alan 248 Kornfeld. Gregory H. 287. 348 Kane, Eugene Alfred 348, 275 Korte. Renee Annette 263 Kottila. Leslie Ann 374, 348 Kathe. Kerrye Lee 390 Konman, David Fred 305 Kowalski Paula L. 412 Kraft. Anne Evans 234, 396 Kraft. Kenneth L. 383. 309 Kraiman. Rhonda Irene 348. 247 Krebs. Timothy Alvin 348 Krechel. Deborah Ann 245 Kreici, Steve Alan 348 Krieger. Paul Louis 235. 248 Kriegshauser, George 296. 386 Kriens, Karol Jane 348 Kriesky. Nancy B.F. 401 Kriesky. Wendy Ann 348 Kroeger. Joan Frances 281 Kroeger, Karen Ann 413. 348 Krones. Daniel Joseph 292 Krones, Dawn Marie 265 Krueger. Daniel C. 407 Krueger. David B. 407 Krueger. James Arthur 279 Krueger. Richard Paul 348 Krulik, Patrice Michelle 283 Krysowaty. Mary T, 348 Kuechler. Janise Lynn 267. 390 Kuenstler. Susan H. 348 Kuenzi,Rober1 Samuel 411 Kuester. Lawrence E. 348 Kugman. Susan Shayne 247 Kuhl, William Gregory 319 Kuhler, David Edward 348 Kuhn. Martha Kay 265 Kuhn. Pamela Jeanne 348 Kuhnmuench. Virginia Louise 299 Kull. Julie Elizabem 245 . Kullman. Michael Ear1259 Kummer. Carol Lynn 283 Kunkel. Mary Beth 412 Kunze. Denny James 303 Kurtz. Randall S. 268 Kurlz. Roger Alan 348 Kusman, William Alan 248 Kuster, Judith Ann 245 Kuus, Eda Mai 396 L Labian. William E. 273 Lackey, Carolyne E, 348 Lackey. Timothy A. 251 Lacy III, Robert Winston 407 Lacy. Lee Ann 238 Laiderman. Barry Lee 248 Lairmore, Michael D. 412 Laitner. Chrislopher 348 Lamm. Fredie Ray 413 Lampiu, Patricia J. 267 Lancaster. Donald Ray 348 Landau. Marcia Lea 348 Landes. Barbara Ann 243 Landgraf. Susan Elaine 348 Landon. Mark Eric 292 Landrum. Barbara Jean 234 Landrum. Gregg Allan 279 Lang. Jeanmarie L. 348 Lang, William Louis 268 Langbein. William D. 348 Lange. Gary Lee 259 Langewisch, Stewart A. 383 Langford. Kevin M. 319 Langhorst. Steven W. 348 Lanier. Dean Arthur 235 Lankfcrd, Timothy J. 309 Lapides. Mark Alan 248 Large, Maryann Lang 317 Larson, Gail Delaine 410 Larson. Mark August 251. 407 Lartonoix. Peler D. 348 Larusso. David V. 311 Lasky. Andrew lrl 315 Lasky. Steven Eliot 248 Laster, Karen Marie 236 Lalhrop. John Franklin 289 Lana. James R. 273 Lauer'. Scott Robert 303 Laughlin. John P. 289. 348 Laughlin. Kathleen A. 409 Laux. Sharon C. 401 Lavin. Deborah Eileen 348 Lawler. Joseph Patric 349 Lawrence. Yewell Gene 349 Lawton. Cymhia Perry 395 Layton. Daniel 0, III 349 Ledbener. CL. 349 Ledgerwood. Flay David 412, 253 Lee, Hyde Hai-Dee 413 Lee. John Monroe 349. 386 Lee. Robert Blake 279 Lee. Ronnie Raymond 349 Leeker, Janet Kay 301 Leeker. William P. 313 Leimkuhler, James K. 291. 406 Lemmon. Paula Jean 265 Lemons, Frank Roben 349 Lemp. William 268 Leonard. Daniel J. 319 Leonard, Kathleen A. 245. 305 Leonhardt. Kent A. 349 Lester, Brenda Sue 235, 402 Leverich Jr,.Rober1 C1315 Levick. Caren Marie 243 Levin. Harlan Jay 315 Levin. Nancy Sue 247 Levin. Ronald Joel 248 Levine.San10rd Byron 248 Levinson. Lee Martin 248 Levinson. Steven Mark 248 Levy, Jodi Ellen 247 Levy. Michael Alan 236 Lewis, Brenda Kay 267 Lewis. Hillard R1315 Lewis. Julie Diane 299 Lewis. Linda Diane 285 Lewis. Linda Rogers 349 Lewis, Robert Dana 349 Lichtenheld. Karen A. 317 Liebhan. Stanley C. 251. 349 Light. Hillary Greer 299 Ligh1,Staci Dru 299 Li1iegren,Paul F, 349 Linder. Aaron Mark 248 Lindley, Charles E. 349 Lineberry. Margarek D. 349. 410 Linenbroker, Thomas 259 Linn. Janet Christine 349 Linneman. Debra Ann 349 Lipschutz. Sharon B, 247 Lite. Myron Jay 315 Litman. Joel Mark 349 Liltell. Susan Whaley 243 Littleton. Harry S. 279 Litton. James P. 349 Livergood. Kristen L. 400, 299. 398 Livers, Mary Julia 235 Livesay, Vicki Lynn 267, 390 Llewellyn. Joseph S1ewar1 253. 411 Loan. Deborah Anne 285 Locher. Barry Joseph 404 Lodes. Donald Phillip 349 Loesch. Roger Alan 259 Logue, Bruce Allen 349 Loida. Russell Harry 296 Londoff.81ephanie M. 349. 405. 299 London. Jeff Paul 307 Long. ChristOpher T. 319 Long. Douglas Donald 349 Long, Frederick Keith 301 Long, Mary Lou 283 Longan. Gregory Lee 236 Loomis. Diana Louise 255 Lordi. Susan Marie 349 Losey. Luann 349. 376 Lo1hman, Carl Daniel 349 Louis. Philip G. Jr. 311 Love. Ricki Bryan 253 Loving. Charles William 305 Lowenbaum. Cathy Anne 277 Lower. Billy Gene 349 Lowry. Richard Bishop 289 Lowther. Lisa Adele 281 Lowther. Natalie Sue 281 Lucas. Bruce Jay 248 Lucas. Mark Allen 248 Lucas, Soon Read 291 Lucas. William Chilton 291 Ludwig. Michelle 247 Luechtefeld. Richard Allen 309 Luetkemeyer. Carla J1 263 Luipersbeck. Susan M. 238 Lumpe, Loren William 259 Lumpkin. Carey Lea 255 Lumpkin. Steve Ken1291 Lundergan, Susan T. 267 Lutkewine. Karl Joseph 296 Luttrell, Elizabeth T, 409. 400. 376. 299 Lutz, Linda Ann 350 Lyle. David Nicholas 350 Lynch, Debra Kay 285 Lynch. Gary Wayne 350 Lynch. Mikel Lee 350 Lynch. Pamela Rae 277 Lynch. Pa1ricia Leyden 285 Lynn. Nancy A. 255 Lycn.Ca1herine Ruth 350 Lyons, Patrick Gerard 319 Mabrey. Janet Lucile 285 MacDonald. David B. 253. 386 MacDonald. Grant E. 351 Macheca. Michael Cantwell 307 Machens, Katherine M. 351 Maclntyre, Sue 285 Mack. Harry Edmund IV 309 Maday, Gregory Donald 320 Madget, Nancy Rebekah 243 Madget, Robbie Ann 243 Madison. Barbara Jean 265 Madway, Merry Ann 247 Magilow. Roger Allan 351 Magruder. Mark H. 275 Maguire, Julie Mae 351 Maher. Kathleen Anne 382. 263 Maher. Robert Andrew 351 Majers. Jonathan Jay 305 Malan. Douglas J. 275 Malan. John Daniel 351 Malina. Marcia Jan 351 Mallory. Kenneth G. 351 Malloy. Paul P. 292 Maloney. Ka1hleen A. 255 Malvern. Keith Michael 292 Maminta, Maria Gilda 265 Mamroth, Merritt Dean 248 Manard. Daniel Todd 307 .xu...-..;' 3-..... Manchester, Amanda M. 263.351 Manes, Sharon Ann 299 Manfield, Mark Steven 248 Mangan. Charlene J. 351 Maniaci,Ka1hleen M1351 Manley. John Lawrence 305 Mann. Richard 8001315 Mann. Richard Steven 248 Mann, Robert Douglas 315 Manning. Douglas W. 386.301 Manring, William A 275.351 Manson. Martha Ann 401. 384 Manson. Norma Louise 412 Marasch, Janice Marie 413 Marcantonio Jr,, James George 301 Marcum, Jane Elizabe1h 285 Marcy. Douglas Lynn 352 Marikos. Kenneth Eugene 268 Marine. Caroline Marie 299 Markham. Margery Ann 265 Marklin. John Vincen1313 Marks.Kei1h B. 315 Marks. Marla Joan 283 Marks, Susan Ellen 404 Markworth. Paul D, 292 Marr. Cynthia Ann 277 Marsala, Sal Jogeph352 Marsh. Vicki Kay 352 Marshall. Anita May 238 Marshall. Donald Monroe 412 Marshall. Edward III 292 Marshall. Margaret 352 Marston, F.J. III 291 Martin. Brenda L. 352 Martin. Jacquelyn Jean 317 Martin. Kevin Lee 275 Martin. Steven Craig 261 Mattinez. Linda Maria 398 Many. Mary Ellen 235 Marx, Chrisly AI1317 Marx. Peggy Ann 301 Marx, Steven F. 268. 352 Mason. Donald Reid 352 Mason, Harold E. 383 Mason. Jane1 Lynne 410. 352 Masmn. Karen Kay 409. 255 Mastorakos. Gregory George 279 Mathews. Roben Kent 352 Mamey. Barbara Jean 352 Malthews. Debra Sue 267. 396 Manhews, Mary Jane 352 Matthews. Roberta J. 401 Mattox. Michael C. 383 Mauton, Steven T. 273 Mawdsley, John E. 259 Maxey. Mary Frances 263 Maxey, William B. 352 Mayes. Melissa Joy 352 Mayes. Warren L. 259 Mayfield. John Anhur 301 Mayhugh. Lonna Rae 352. 243 Mazar. John Daniel 352 Mazar, John Steven 305. 292 McAllis1er.Joseph W. 350 McAllister. Steven M. 350 McBee. Calhy Leigh 350 McBrearty. Brian K. 313 McCambridge, Patrick 301 McCammon, Kimberly A 305 McCanse. Katherine 396. 265 McCarthy. Dennis M. 350 McCartney. Charles D. 350. 251 McCaskill. Lisa Young 263 McClanahan, Ruben G, 350 McClard. Daniel Falk 257 McClintock. Linda Rae 236 McClure, Mary V. 350. 410 McCluskey. Thomas Bradford 305 McCullough, Thomas K. 253. 350 McCormick. Moira K. 398 McCormick, Walter Jr. 405, 257. 408 McCoy. Christopher C. 350 McCoy. Michael Poner 275 McCright. Gregory P. 380 McCune. Jean Marie 283 McCutchen. John Dean 350 McDermott, William F, 350 McDonald. James Charles 307 McDonald, Richard C. 296 McDonald. Richard Lee 257 McDonnell. Michael Lloyd 251 McDonnell, Susan Lynn 350 McDonough. Karen Ann 283 McDougal, Prince Ashley 291 McEachern. Anne Gay 317 McElroy. James Willis 259 McElroy, Tamra Enid 350. 374.255 McElvain. Robert Alvin 287 McFadden. Michael A. 383 McFarland. Sherry Yvonne 281 419 McFerrin. Gayle Ann 285 McGee, Margaret Ann 265 McGhee, Maureen Anna 265 McGowan, Maureen Ann 396 McGuire. Michael T, 296, 350 McHaney, Elizabeth B, 281 McHardy, Maynard B, 289 McHenry, Jeffrey Ray 295 McIntosh, Barbara K, 350 McIntosh. Gail Sue 401 McIntosh. Larry T1 350 McKain, Nancy Gene 245 McKay. David Joseph 351 McKay, Laura Leslie 351 McKay, Richard Timothy 404 McKee. Mary Jolene 390 McKenna, Susan Irene 396 McKinley, Cynthia D. 285 McKnight. Deborah Kay 234 McLear, Debra Joan 281 McLear, Julie Therese 281 McLerran, David Carl 410 McLerran, Maidena Ann 351 McMahon, John B. 351 McMullen, Timothy Ray 351 McMurdo, S1ephen Paul 351 McNamara, Timothy K. 319 McNary, Paul Edward 253 McNelly. Michael E1351 McQuerry. Terry Clay 301, 351 McQuillan. Kirk A. 351 McRoberts. R.H. III 307. 408 McWay. Catherine T1 351 McWilliams, Stephen A. 275 Meadows, Charles W. 275 Meadows, Laurie Marie 390 Meier, Raymond W. 407, 352 Meiners, Sandra 0. 281 Meinershagen, Leuita Annette 283 Mello, John Arthur 407 Melman, Morton M. 315 Meltzer, Edward I 248 Melvin. Jon Robert 352 Mendelsohn. Barbara Sue 247 Mengersen, Donna M. 235 Menken, Sue Ann 285 Menown, Patricia Anne 400 Merleni, Diane Marie 245 Merlotti,'Mark Louis 311 Merriweather, Zenobia 318 Menz, Brian David 407 Mertz, Janet Lynne 236 Merz. Mary E. 352 Messmer, Roger Stephen 279 Meyer, Carol Ann 234 Meyer, Debra Roseria 283, 383 Meyer, Gregory Robert 292 Meyer, Lucie Anne 352 Meyer, Richard Alan 268 Meyer, Richard Louis 383 Meyer, Thomas George 352 Meyer, William E. 411, 352, 383 Meyers, Mark Gerald 352 Michael. Roy A. 352 Michaelson, Cathy Sue 352 Michaelson, Jeffrey L. 289 Michelson, James B, 236 Middleton, Alice Jane 245 Milanovi1s, Margaret 277 Miller. Barbara Jeanne 396 Miller, Beverly Kay 234 Miller, Bradley Roy 391, 261 Miller, Deborah June 390, 267 Miller. Gary Russell 291 Miller. Helene R. 352 Miller. Joyce Lee 267 Miller, Karen Elaine 352 Miller, Kelly Jean 265 ' Miller, Mark Alan 273 Miller, Melinda Annette 299 Miller. Mike Lee 261 Miller, Paul William 259 Miller. Rader Lee 353 Miller. Richard Clark 273 Miller, Sonya Lewis 352 Miller, Susan Mary 396 Million, Ann Harnes 281 Millsap, Sarah J. 305 F f Millsaps. John H. II! 353 Milne, Nancy Ruth 317 Milner. Thomas B. 353 Milward, Mark Francis 287 Milward, Timothy J. 385 Minnick. David M. 375, 251 Minshall, George 8353 Minzes. Debra Lynn 353 Missavage, Kathryn Elizabeth 236, 390 Mistler, Michael D. 309 Mitchell, Cynthia Lee 236 420 Mitchell, Elisa Gail 353 Mitchell, Ka1hleen Marie 234 Mitchell, Michael Wayne 311 Mitchell, Sansi Lynn 245 Mitchener, Martha Sue 353 Mihar, Cynthia L 234 Modde, Melinda Marie 263 Modesto, Mark Allen 289 Moeller, Timothy John 303 Moglovkin, Howard P. 248 Molina, Thomas John 261 Moll, Roberta L. 277 Monaghan, Teresa Ann 390 , Monnig, Micheie Clare 234 Monsees, Jodie Elizabeth 390 Monsees. Ruth Anne 353 Monsees, Timothy W. 273 Montague, Eli K, 353 Montgomery, Deborah L, 263 Moodie, Janie Paula 265 Moore. Andrew Lee 301 Moore, Anna Frances 283 Moore, Jane Marie 281 Moore, John Joseph Jr. 289 Moore, Kathleen Anne 255 Moore, Linda Faye 277 Moore. Michele Elizabeth 283 Moreland, Steven C. 261 Morgan, Lizabeth Ann 353, 413 Morgan, Robin Darnell 318, 400 Morgenson. John David 261 Moro, games Anthony 311 Morris, Brian Jeffrey 313 Morris, Gay Rhonda 281 Morris, Julie Carol 285 Morris. Nancy Lynn 245, 391 Morris. Pamela Kay 299 Morris, Tommye Lou 285, 353 Morrison, Dana L. 245 Morrison, Kay Elizabeth 263 Morrison, Kenneth P. 353 Morrissey, John M, 295 Morrissey, Keith T. 303 Morrow, Marilyn D1 353 Morse, Gregory Eugene 412 Morton, Frederick M. 289 Mosebar. Elizabeth A. 353 Moseley, Melinda Jane 285 Moser. James Kent 353 Moss, Jane Allen 396 Moss, Pakricia Ann 235 Motley, Janet Kay 301 Moughler, Gerald Lynn 353 Muxley, Wesley Lee 279 Muckler, Michael Paul 353 Mueller, Carla M. 353 Mueller, Greg A. 296 Mueller, Gregory F. 296 Mueller, Karen Marie 353 Mueller, Larry John 363 Mueller, Mark Robert 291 Mueller, Martin Craig 296 Mueller, Michael Owen 353 Mueller, Nicholas J. 296 Mueller, Richard Erwin 412 Muench. Jack Robert 353. 261 Muhs. Linda Marie 353 Mulkey, Robert Neils 279 Mullally Jr1, Michael J. 269 Mumm, Steven Ruben 412 Murch, Barbara Ann 353 Murch, Melissa Ann 263 Murphy, Bruce Charles 383 Murphy, Dwayne Donald 383 Murphy, James Hugh 353 Murphy, Susan Elizabem 281 Murray, Sally Jean 255 Musick. Melba Ellen 353. 384 Musser, Thomas James 292 Mustion, Richard Sams 353 Muth, Laura Stephanie 353 Myears, Donald W. 268, 386, 387 Myers, Debra Sue 354 Myers. Edward Brent 309 Myers, Leslie Reese 406 N Nace, Vaughn Mark 412 Nachbar, Julie Ann 317,354 Nachtsheim. Robert W. 354 Nadler, John Martin 354 Naeger, Larry Joseph 236 Naeger, Mark William 296 Naeger. Ronald David 354 Nahm, Helen Marie 354 Nance. Patti Ann 354 Napton, Darrell E. 386 Nathanson. Lynne Ann 390 Nation, William Ray 375 Natoli, Deborah Jean 354 Nana, Lawrence Lee 354 Navran,Jenni1er Ann 247 Naylor, Michelle Ann 277 Neal, Angela Jeanine 318 Neal, David Michael 261 Nebel, Christine F. 354 Neese. Mary Susan 354 Neher, Beverly Ann 299 Neher, Thomas Frederick 305 Nehmen,51even Wayne 354, 315 Neider, Paula June 245 Neill. Galen Dean 289, 386 Neiman, Ken Alan 248 Nelke, Joan Marie 354 Nelson, Ellen Louise 277 Nelson, Robert Frank 273 Nelson, Scott Anthony 309 Nelson, Virginia Adair 263 Nervie, Michael Alex 303 Ness, Gretchen Ann 267, 406 Newman. Janet Lynn 263 Newman, Melissa Lou 243 Neylon. Jon Patrick 268 Nicholas, John Joseph 305 Nichols, John F. 354 Nichols, John Joseph 411.292 Nichols, Richard Neal 398, 403, 354 Nicholson, Sherry D. 301. 235 Nickel. Eugene Fl. 383 Nicks, Cymhia Kay 354 Nieberg, Scott Alan 315 Niemuth. Brian Kent 259 Nissenbaum, Joan Susan 247 Nixon, B. Tracy 354 Nixon, Timothy Edward 354 Noakes, Gary Lee 354 Noennig, Miles F. 354 Noles, Ricky Andrew 305 Noll, Harry M. 309 Nord, Thomas Jeffrey 404 Noren, Laura Gail 299 Noren, Wendy Susan 299 Norman Jr., Walter M 289 Norman. Pamela Kay 354 North, Ronald Ward 273 Nouss, James L Jr. 408, 296, 354 Novak, Kristine Rose 354 Novinger, James R. 275 Novinger, Konnie Kay 267. 391 Nowak, Kenneth Alber1354 Nowak. Nancy J. 354 Nuell, Stephen S. 248 Nuelle, David William 253 Nye, Charles Edward 404 O Obal, Gregory Francis 354 Obrien, Kevin E. 291 Obrien, Kevin Michael 354 Obrien, Michael James 291 Obrien. Patrick 8. 295 Obrien. Thomas P 386 Ocampo. Julio Jose 355 Ochterbeck, Gary M. 355 Oconnor, John Albert 355 Oconnor. John Paul 273 Oconnor, Thomas F, Jr. 355 Odear, Carol Joyce 384, 401 Oehrke, Timothy Chris 355 Oestreich, Richard Lee 376 Getting, Larry Edward 355 Offutt, Susan Marie 234 Ogden, Alan Lee 275 099. Danae Joan 396 Ohlhausen, Marla Jean 245 Ohlms, Philip John 295 Olaary. Timothy Dennis 257 Oligschlaeger, Clyde Leo 309 Olivastro. Julie Maria 234 Olive, Suzanne Renee 410 Oliver, William L. 355 Olswing, Gordon B. 248 Olszewski, Michael 81 386, 307 Olszewski, Richard Steven 307 Omeara. Scott Ernest 301 Oneil, Jerome Hilary 296 Oppermann. Margaret A. 355 Oresick, Philip A. 355 Omar, Rebecca Mae 355 Orourke, Stephen R. 295, 355 Osbourn. Doran M. 375, 275 Oser, Dennis Otto 275 Omole, Terrence M. 319 On. James Robert 309 011, Michael George 311 On. Nancy Ellen 355 011, William E. 355, 336 011, William F. Jr. 411 Overfelt. Gregory Allan 356 Ovenon, Debra Sue 238 Overy, Mark T. 311 Owen,Elizabe1h H. 412 Owens, James Ernest 398 Owsley, Cynthia Lou 299 Owsley, Robert S. 261 Oxler. Timothy Richard 301 Ozment, Mary Jane 356 p Pace, Randy Joe 275 Pachak, James Micheal 261 Pagano, Susan Murie 401 Paige, Harry Thomas 356 Painter, Eugene E. 356 Painter, Michael Gene 253 Paladin, Leslie Suzanne 245 Paladino, Joe Frank 273' Palmer, James Matthew 356, 408 Palmer, Steven Nelson 268 Palmer, Terry Lynne 317 Pamperl, Matilda Anne 356 Paradise, Judith E1 356 Parchman, Alison 299 Parchman, Mark B. 261 Pardee, Charles D. 356 Parisol, Margaret Mary 390 Parks, Jane Elizabeth 267 , Parks, Melinda Jean 263 7 Parks. Regina Carol 301 Parks, W. Berry 257 Parrish, Larry Blake 295 , Parsonage, Gm 305 Parton, William D. 356 Pasley, Vickie Lynn 356, 410 Patnaude, Robert W. 309 Pa1rick. Mary Webber 299 Patterson, Deanne Cecile 267 Patterson, Deborah A. 385 Patterson. Deborah Sue 236 Pamerson, Karen Lea 265 Patterson, Klynn 408 Patterson, Wendy do 243 Patton, Barbara Jean 317 1 Paul, Malt Peter 289 Paulette, Donna J. 318 Paulsen, James E, 303 Payne, Jay Stephen 292 Peace, Glenda Lorene 299 Peace, Pamela Jean 299, 357 Peacock, Mary E. 243 Peanick, Jeffrey Lou 356, 305 Pearcy, Calvin Ray 407 Pearlstein, Keith Phillip 287 Pedrotty, Joseph A. 356 Peeler, Malcolm A. 291 Pelling, Victoria G. 285 Peniston, Kathy Lynn 356 Pepin, Raymond Edward 273 ' Peppes, Gregory John 279 Perkins, Allen Jeffrey 289 Perkins, Charles Stanley 287 Perkins, John Dale 289 Perkins, Lee Gle'n 408 Perkins, Margaret Sue 390 Perry, Carol L. 410 1 Perry, Debra Ann 409 Perry, Jean Ann 376, 299 Perry, Pamela Eileen 356 Perry, William Louis 356 Peskorse, William J. 305 Peterman, Kenneth P. 236 Pe1ers,James Darrel 257 Peters. Mark Malone 309 1 Peters, Vicki Alice 356 ' Peterson. Alan Robert 307 Peterson. Barbara Lynn 236 Peterson, Don Arthur 320 Peterson, Laura R. 281 Peterson, Patricia R. 356 Peterson, Steven Roy 287 Petsch. Linda 356.401 Petty, Catherine E. 396, 263 Petty, Melinda Lee 305, 265, 396 Pfander. Michael Burl 257 Pfannensliel, Ellen Marie 281 Pieffer. Phyllis Rose 356 Pfeffer.WaI1er Louis 319. 386. 387 Pfeiler. Louann 382. 243 Phillips. Deborah J. 356 Phillips. Janet E. 356 Phillips. Suzanne E. 277 Phillips. Wyatt James 253. 413 Pickens. Jean Carol 356. 409 Picker. Mark Bruce 295 Pickett. Constance L1 281 Pidgeon. Jean Marie 356 Pieper. Victoria Ann 390 Pierce. Alice Marie 356 Pierce. Carol Joan 356 Pierce. Gary Jess 356 Pierce. Valerie May 356 Pierson. Carol Jean 356 Pierson. Jeffrey C, 291. 357 Piggolt. Jane1Sue 238 Pike. Bruce George 357 Pilcher. Janet Ruth 265.390 Pilcher. Thomas Wayne 402. 357 Pinkston. Irvin Lee 357. 407 Piper. Elisabeth D. 263 Pippin. Donald Jay 357 Pins. Frederick M. 291 Plackemeier. Roy Lee 275 Planck. Margaret W. 277 Plan. Todd L 248 Planer. Donna Jean 357 Plucknen. Walter II 357 Plurad. Maria Nina 263 Pobanz, Ann Kay 121. 267 Poepping. Richard J. 296 Pointer. Bernard J. 357 Polkey. Martha Lou 409 Pollak. Jane Marie 305 Pollard. Cynthia Gay 357. 281 Ponder. Morgan Clyde 357 Poole. Donna Rae 357 Poole. Mary Ellen 394. 357 Poskin. Joseph Eugene 319 Poleet. Gina Arlene 400. 376, 263. 390 Powell. Beth Ann 277 Powell. Frank Bowman 261 Powell. Gary Alan 291 Powell. Lisa G. 301 Powers. George Brent 273 Pozzo. Karen Marie 412 Prater. Thomas Lee 357 Pram, Charles Dennis 301 Pratt. Cynthia Ann 357 Preston. AD. Jr. 357 Preswn. Farrell C. 320 Presmn. Gwynneth Megahan 357 Preston, James Allen 411 Preston, Mary Lou Beffa 236 Prewitt. Michael.w. 357 Price. Jana Sue 357 Price. Janice Lowry 263 Price. Joseph Brooke 320 Price, Lela Aileen 283 Price. Mary Challis 357 Price. Suzanne Marie 409 Priddy, Penelope S. 357 Prieto. Thomas Edmund 268 Prinster. Margaret M, 401 Pritchen. Malaine 382 Presser. Linda Ruth 277 Pryor. Sherilyn Jean 390 Puetz, Ted Charles 357 Pulcrano. James Thomas 236 Pullman. Andrea 0. 318 Pulse. Kyle Dean 357 Purcell. Audrey L. 357 Purchase. Laddie Joe 275 Pyles. Barbara Lynn 385 Q Ouade Jr1. John G. 296 Ouigley. Brian Lee 273 Quinly. James Patrick 291 Quisenberry. Mark C. 386 R Raaf. Gail Ann 357. 245 Rabin. Jeffrey Alan 248 Hackers. Stephen Mark 292 Rademann. Betty Kay 357 Raffety. Gregg Ralph 357 Raisher. Mark S. 248 Raithel.Jef1 Allen 279 Rambert. Stephen E. 268 Ramey. Melissa B1357 Ramsey. Dianna Marie 317 Ramsey. Richard John 386 Ramsey. Richard 01 279 Randall, Cheryl Ann 243 Randall. Philip Damon 313 Ranger. Carl Nathan 246 Ransin. David Wayne 289 Rapert. Jennifer 267 Rapp. Nancy Ann 358 Bath. Jeffrey K 289 Ralh. William Gardner 289 Rathert. Barbara Kay 401 Ray. Lisa LaVaughn 265 Ray. Mike Lesker 358 Ray. Robert David 253 Rayman. Edward F. 235 Raymer. Danny Leon 358 Razfar. Saeed 358 Rea. Shelley Robinson 299. 358 Reading. Parthenia M. 358 Reagan. Dee Ann 358 Heardon. Patricia Ann 285 Hedell. Ann E. 358 Reed. James Michael 303 Reed. James Richard 261, 268 Reed. Timothy James 358. 289 Reeds. Rebecca Lynne 265 Rees, David Leroy 404 Reeves.Jef1rey Allan 315 Reeves. Mary Frances 236 Reeves. William T1 309. 386 Rehg. Eddy Alan 279 Rehg. Yvonne Joan 358 Rehme. Michael Gerard 307 Reichardt. Linda Katherine 412. 238 Reid. Lori Anne 234 Reidlinger. Marvin Conrad 275 Reif. Jesse Leroy 295 Reimer. Terry Lynn 309 Reiss. Mindell Kay 358 Renter. Charles A. 313 Remley. Rhonda Sue 384 Renkoski. Angela Sue 251 Renkoski. Matthew A. 358. 407 Renkoski, Ronald C, 359. 407 Renne. Steven E. 359 Renlh. Michael Jay 359 Rapper. Ronald Carl 301 Revelle. Hebecca Ruth 285. 391 Rhine. Gregory Scott 309 Rhoads. Mark Joseph 359 Rhodes. Deborah Lou 243 Bible. Frederick J1Jr. 359 Rice. Douglas Alan 359 Rice. Linda Lee 390. 267 Rice. Nancy E. 281. 406 Rice, Pam Jeanne 267. 390 Rice. Thomas A. 359 Rice. William Soon 289 Rich. Edward Sheldon 320 Rich. Jerry Allen 315 Richards. CarolJ1359 Richards. Karen Jean 255. 376 Richardson. Cheri L. 243 Richardson. Steven A. 268 Richardt. Gail F1412 Richesin. Cheryl Ann 263 Richter. Kun Carlton 359 Ricker. Linda Kay 359 Ridder. Debroah L. 359 Rider. Mark James 295 Riechmann. Donn F, 359 Ries. Jerry Lyle 359 Rife. Tom Michael 296 Rife. William Mark 296 Rigby. Brian Anhur 359 Riley. Donna Lou 317 Ring. Bruce David 248 Ring. Michael Kevin 359 Rippey. Glenda J. 236 Riske. Charles W. 309 Risner. Jerry Wayne 359 Ritzen. John Harling 291 Robb. Gale Annetle 359 Robb. Harry Robert 301 Robb, Patricia Belle 404 Robbins. Charles E. 251 Roberts. Carolyn A. 359 Roberts. Jean Carol 359. 317 Roberts. Jeffrey W. 311 Roberts. Richard 0. Jr. 360 Roberts, Thomas E. 360 Roberts. Vicki Lynn 396. 265 Robertson. Dana F. 299. 396 Robertson. Elizabeth 360. 285 Robertson, Lawrence J. 307 Robinson. Lisa Merit 318 Robinson. Mona Claire 299 Hobinscn. Nancy L. 238 Rochuw. Linda Marie 396. 263 Rodden. Randall Ray 360 Roddy. Mary Celeste 374 Rodgers. Lynn Coleman 253 Rodgers. Randall Dean 253 Rodier. Joseph L. Jr. 412 Roehm. John Michael 287. 360 Rogers. Christine M. 360 Rohne. Ronald Edward 360 Roll. 'Mary Ann 265 Rolfe. Eugene James 360 Rolfe. Katherine Hicken 360 Romang. Cathie R. 360 Romine. Beuy Jean 277 Romine. Judy Helen 360. 384 Ronald. James L. 313 Ropelle. Margaret Ann 360 Roscher, Leigh Ann 299 Hoschke. Richard John 399 Rose. Cathy Cay 305 Rose. Cynthia Lynn 265 Rose. Jennifer Rae 265 Rose. Terry Michael 296 Rosenbaum. Regjna D. 360 Rosenbloom. James P. 248 Rnsenstein. Craig A. 315 Hosenthal. Linda Joy 247 Rosenthal. Linda Rae 247, 400 Ross. Barbara Anne 317 Ross. Deborah Sue 412 Ross, Miles Stanford 248 Ross. Robin 400 Roth. Nancy Louise 247 Roth. Suzanne Marie 263 Rather. Barbara Sue 305 Rothermich. Cynthia A. 263 Rothermich. Neal Marvin 273 Rothschild, Bruce N. 360 Rothweiler. Jeffrey Harold 305 Howe, Steven K. 279 Rowland. William Lon 273 Rowley. Stacey Ann 267 Row1on.Jane Marie 301 Royal. Ann Louise 281. 360 Royston. Phillip Carl 295 Rubin. Arlene Sue 360 Ruchte. Michelle Susan 263 Rucker. Byron Vinson 412 Rucker. David Bryant 287 Rude. Jeffrey Donald 360. 405 Huder. Roxanne Rose 235 Rudolph. Donald Robert 261 Rudolph. Sharon Kay 299 Hudroff, Janet K. 360 Ruegg. Julie Anita 360 Rueth. John Edward 287 Huffolo. Maria Jean 255 Ruggeri. Michael Gerard 303 Rulo. Mary Kathryn 245 Rush. Charles A. 253 Rush. Gary Mark 315 Russell. Bradford W. 360 Russell. Carolyn Sue 412. 238 Russo. Catherine Louise 267 Russo. Cindy Rose 390 Ruth. Rita Gai1245 Rutledge. Mary Louise 380 Rutter. Charles Scott 291 Ryan. Catherine Jean 390. 277 Hyczek. Mary Ann 360 chhowski. Dacia J1 238 S Saalwaechter. David M. 279 Saathoff. Daniel J, 360 Sachs. Bradley Steven 315 Sachs. Guy Harold 315 Sackelt. Barbara L. 360 Sacks. Julie Alice 360 Sadler. Edward John 407. 360 Sadrian. Reza 360 Sadrian. Sedigheh R. 360 Safron. Bruce Alan 315 Sahrmann. Greg W. 301 Saltzman. Randy David 315 Salus. Frederick B. 248 Salzman. Daniel Scott 361 Sampson. Arlene L. 361 Sams. Debra Lynne 361. 401.255 Samuels. Lesley Lane 247 Sandbothe. Julia Ann 245 Sander. Toube Mindy 247 Sanders. Linda Susan 243.361 Sandidge. Brent Lane 275 Sandwell. Rosa Leah 361 Sappenfield. Eric Lee 273 Sargent. Karen Elaine 238 Sartorius. Arthur G. 361 Sauer. Danny Lee 259 Sauer. Sarah Lea 265 Sauer. Stephen C. 292 Sayre. Suzanne Dailey 404 Scanlan. John 404 Scanlon. Charlotte R. 361 Schaefer. Helen Rose 361 Schaefer. Joseph Lee 273 Schaefer. Sandra Kay 263 Schaffer. Christine A 265 Schaller. John Robert 386 Schaller. John Wayne 275 Schanbacher. David C. 292 Scheetz. Vicki Lynn 245 Scheidecker. Craig R, 275 Scheppers. Joseph N. 292 Scherer. Teresa Marie 245 Schermerl. Jilreuen 361 Schermer. Joy Leslie 413 Scherzer. Lynne Ann 281 Schewe. Kevin Lawrence 261 Schiller. Debra Kaye Brown 243 Schiller. Elizabem A. 401 Schilt. Sandra Jean 301 Schleiffarth. Carol J. 299 Schlenke. Marsha L. 401 Schlozman. Wendy H. 247 Schmank. James Robert 361 Schmid. Kenneth C. 289 Schmidt. Amy Maria 361 Schmidt. Daniel Gene 253 Schmidt. Deborah L. 361 Schmidl. Donna Elaine 281 Schmidt. Linda C. 263 Schmidt. Robin Lee 401,384,361 Schmittel. Sandra J, 361 Schmitz. Robert Baker 305 Schneider. Barbara Elaine 263 Schneider. Robert A. 303 Schnelle. Diane Marie 361 Schnelle. Douglas Paul 259 Schneller. John Tappan 394 Schneller. Mary F. 361 Schnurbusch, Mark H. 292 Schoeberle. Marsan Kay 245 Schoeck. Patricia Ann 245 Schoen. Gregory Mack 361 Schoenborn, Gerald E. 253 Schoening.Rober1 Melvin 253 Schoeppel. Carl N1 361 Schopp. Katherine E. 361 Schrader. Thomas H. 257 Schrage. Jeanne Marie 245 Schraier. Barry J. 315 Schrappen, Margaret M, 265 Schrier. John Victor 248 Schroeder. Gary Ray 291 Schroeter. Laurel P. 361 Schryver. William Allen 259 Schuben. Gerald D. 361 Schueuenho1er.H,S,361 Schulte. Deborah J. 361 Schultz. Catherine S. 361 Schultz. David 6315 Schultz. Lisa Marie 285 Schultz. 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Ruth Ann 363 Sivcovich, David S. Jr. 287 Skaggs. Jane susan 363 Skelton. Brenda Faye 401 Skiffington, Stephen Timothy 410 Skolaut. Karen Marie 363, 374 Slaughter. Sabrina Marie 401 Slaw. Terry David 248 Sletten. Ingrid Ann 363 Slickman. Daniel S. 307 Sloan, David William 296 422 Sloan, Jan Elizabeth 363 Sloan. Linda Lou 265 Sloofman, Harry B. 363 Smalley, Michael Len 291 Smarr. Caryl Lynn 277 Smart. Marilyn Kay 234 Smid, Michael Joseph 268 Smith. Barbara Jo 299. 363 Smith, Carol Anne 277 Smith. Danny 273 Smith, Deborah Jean 363 Smith. Dianne Elaine 238 Smith, Duane Kent 295 Smith. Gregory B 289 Smith. Jan Candice 267 Smi1h, Janet Marie 263 Smith. Janie Faye 263 Smith, Jeanne Carole 281 Smith. John Patrick 303 Smith. Kathryn Mary 283 Smi1h. Kirk Sutherland 375 Smith. Lloyd E, III 275 Smith. Mark Alva 275 Smith. Michael E. 303 Smith, Michael J. 402, 363 Smith, Ramona Louise 363 Smith, Robert P. 407 Smith. Roger Elben 320 Smith. Scott Eugene 279 Smith. Sharon Darlene 412 Smith. Sheila Marie 301 Smith. Sherry Paige 363 Smith, Steve W. 275 Smim. Steven C. 268 Smoot, Bruce Anthony 275 Smyth, Thomas Kevin 404 Snead, Andrew Frank 363 Snead, Daniel Robert 407 Snead. Pamela Rae 410 Snead, Patricia Kay 410 Snider. Henry F. Jr. 363 Snodgrass. James V. 363 Snow. Michele Roi 243 Snyder, Amy Elizabeth 281 Snyder. Georganne Lea 363 Sobelman. Steven M, 248 Sokol. Mary Joan 243. 363 Sollars. Michael D, 363 Solomon, Diane M. 409. 236 Solomon, Howard M. 412 Solomon, Jacquelyn Lynn 283 Sommerer. Mary Jane 376 Sonnenfelt, Paul Richard 295 Sorrels. Laura Marie 277 Southard, Clifford Vern 320 Southman, Mark Edward 363 Southwick, Terri Ann 285, 363. 402 Spackler. Denise D. 363 Spain. Andrea Dee 247 Spangler. Terri C. 277 Spengler, Terry Ann 396 Specht. Kurt Stephen 402. 273 Speck. Susan Dee 363 Specter, Sheryl Ann 234 Speer, Leonard Wayne 363. 273 Speichinger, Helen A. 401 Spence, Carol Larkin 245 Spencer, Jeaneen Chantrell 255 Spencer. Paul Alan 257 Spiegelman. Robert Gordon 411 Spillane, Kathleen M. 263 Spillman, Terry G. 364 Spitz, Michael Allen 315 Spragg. Randall M. 251 Sprague. Debra Lyn 265 Sprague, Neil Edward 261. 364, 406 Sprague. Patricia Jo 376 Sprague. Patricia Kay 364 Sprigg. David Glenn 320 Springer. Bonnie Kay 317 Springer, Tamara Jo 236. 283 Springli. Nancy E. 388 Springman. Daniel Edward 295 Squires,AlbertG.ll1292 Squires. Sam Bradley 261 Stacy. Paula Denice 317 Stahlheber. Thomas A, 364 Stamps Jr, Lewis Wesley 412 Slansberry. Douglas Clay 257 Starks, Patrick B. 364 S1arke. Sharon D. 364 Starmer. Michael K. 364 Starnes. Mark Elliott 364 Slams. Rodney Jay 411 Stearns. Tracy Regan 279 Steekelberg, Julie A. 265. 400 Steigen, Jeen Stacy 401 Steiger, Dean Irvin 364 Stein. Vicki Kay 364 Steinbeck. Susan Jean 267 Steiner. Nancy Evelyn 364 Steiner, Neil Brent 253 Steinhoff. Randal J. 364 Steinman. Victor Anthony 273 Stelter, Susan Louise 121, 235 Stelzer. Henry Ellis 364 Stephens, Linda K. 265 Stephens, Robert S. 261 Stephenson, Thomas A. 305 Stephey. Donita Rae 394 Stern. Judith Pear1247 Steuterman, Jacalyn M. 285, 364 Stevens. Dartagnan R. 390 Stevens. David Alan 364 Stevens, Laura June 364 Stevens, Sheila Marie 245 Stevenson, Brian E. 408 Stewart. Carol Anne 263 Stewart. Cheryl Ann 409, 364 Stewart. David Lawrence 309 Stewart. Donald H, Jr. 364 Stewart, James Loy 309 Stewar1,John Bernard 364 Stewart. Kathleen Marie 236 Stewart. Lisa Ann 364 Stewart, Michael H, 364 Stewart, Rodman Craig 364 Stewart. Thomas Scott 364 Stewart. Vickie Rae 364 Stickle. John W. III 364 Still. Michael Ken1364 Stith, Dennis Earl 383 Stock, Michael Edward 364 Stockman. Susan Mary 364 Stoecklein. Joan M. 365 Stokes, Laurie Lee 365 Ste". Vik Edwin 408. 365 Stoller. Hannah Beth 245 Stollings, Robert W. 365 Stone, Anne Brock 285 Storehalder, Debbie M. 265, 400 Stoup, Daniel P, 365 Stout. Linda Lou 285 Strain, Caroline G. 245 Strain, Donna Marie 255 Straughn, Robert Michael 411 Strauss, Stanton L. 365 Strebel. Nancy Ann 263 Street. Donald Wayne 275 Streiff. Judith J. 365 Streiff. Paul Allen 257 Strickfaden. Julie Anne 277. 396 Stroeher, Wendy Kae 234 Strohl. Barbara V. 395 Slrom, David Manhew 291 Stuckenschneider. J.L, 311 Smokey. Kathleen H. 235 Stumpf. Susan Margery 365 Sturges, Melissa 285 Suchman, Karl Ray 365 Sudhoff, Terry D. 291 Sudin. Faye Ellen 365 Suellentrop. Joanne Mary 234 Sullens, Leslie Ann 391, 281 Sullivan. Donald Joseph 307 Sullivan. Kevin Dee 319 Sullivan. Timothy F. 365 Sumerlin. Alexandra M. 285. 409, 396 Summerfield, Lisa 247 Summers. James FL 413 Swackhamer, Tom 380 Swafford. Cynthia Sue 391. 261 Swafford, Kathy Jo 365 Swallow, James Robert 305 Swanstone. Linda Sue 281 Swartz. Helen Allison 365 Sweeney. John Micheal 257 Sweigar'l. John F1383 Swanson. Virgil G. 365 Swinney. Teresa Leigh 285 Switzner, Daniel Stephen 275 Symmonds. Michael John 411 Syrigos. George Simon 279 Szachta. Carol Marie 396 T Tabaka. Jean Ellen 365 Tabern. Melanie Jean 255 Talbott. Geoffrey A. 365 Tallent, Stephen B. 374, 392, 395 Taylor. Ann Tracy 114, 281 Taylor. David Leon 412. 386 Taylor. Eartha Jean 318 Taylor, Michael E. 275 , g9 Taylor. Nancy Susan 234 TegethoH. Denise E. 234 Telker. Paul Dean 307 Tempel. Marla Leigh 281 Templeton, Kent D. 253 Templeton. Randall Keith 386 Termini. Mark Steven 273 Terry. Judith Ann 366. 245 Terry, Mark Glen 395. 374. 392 Terschluse. Marilyn Ann 122, 317 Tetley, Michael Clarence 291 Thackery, Phyllis Ann 317.366 Thal. Sanford Myron 366 Thayer. James Lee 366 Theberge, Michael Leo 380 Thiele. Ivan F. 413 Thiemann. Rose Marie 376 Thies, Darrell Michael 413 Thies. James H. 253 Thomas. David R055 309 Thomas, David W Jr. 383 Thomas. Kevin Lee 301 Thomasson, Sara Louise 267 Thomeczek. J. Steven 408 1 Thompson, Debby Kay 263 1 Thompson, Deborah K. 285 Thompson. Donald C. 366 Thompson. Donald 0. 257 , Thompson, Donald R. 257 1 Thompson, George D. 366 Thompson, Pamela Jean 366 1 Thompson, Philip Mark 366 1 Thompson. Thomas III 366 Thomsen, John Frederick 289 1 Thomsen. John Paul 259 3 Thomson. Alan Edward 366 , Thomson. Barbara L, 265 3 Thomson, Christina Marie 283 Thornsberry, Michael 412 1' Thorp. Rebecca Rose 366 Threlkeld, Thomas M, 366 ? Thurm, Diane Kamryn 412 Tieman. Thomas Joseph 253. 366 3 Tierney, Jane Elizabeth 277 I Tierney. Michael Paul 273 Tietjen. David John 251 Tikey. William Brian 261 Till, Steven Michael 315 1 Tiller, Cheryl Ann 366 1 Timmons, Linda Diane 366 1 Tines, Michael Edward 313 i Tinnin, Melissa Ann 285 Tippett. Brian Harris 366 Tippett. Sally Beth 283 1 Tippit. Jack Patrick 366 Tip1on.Sarah Jean 265 l Tisius Jr.. James Robert 296 Tobben. Ann Cecilia 366 Tobin. Marla Janeen 366 Todd. Cunis Lee 296 Todsen, Peter E. II 366 Toellner, Melvin Lee 366, 408, 253 Toensmeier. Patrick A. 366 Ton. Mary Lou 366 Tolen, David Lynn 303 Toll, Paul Allan 319 Tolo. David Michael 291 Tongate, Dee Anna 285 Toombs. Sara Jane 285. 366 Torrance. Flalph J. 366 Touchette, Barbara Suzanne 283 1. Towerman. Craig 315 Tracy. Barbara Lynn 263, 412 Tracy, William Cooke 295 ; Trakas. Amhony C. 366 ' Trammell. Vic Hill 279 Traversey. Ramona Ann 385 Treat. Patricia Ann 366 Tremblay, Christopher 257 Treon. William J. 366 Trimmer. Befh Gail 354 1 Trippensee, Richard E. 291 Trochuck. Terese Ann 267 Troester. Dyana Lynn 267 Trotter, Robert P3 291 Truetzel, Susan C. 267 ' 1 Trygg, Kari Lynn 263 3 Tulley. Tom Patrick 319 Tunnell. Lyndall J. 383 , Turek, Richard Joseph 305 I Turley. Mark Francis 287 Turner. Terri Sue 245 Turner. Terry Gene 367 Turpin, William M. Jr. 383 Tussing, M. Kelly 299 Tussing, Mary J. 299 Tuttle. Paula Denise 245 Twaddle. Bruce Edgar 257 Twaddle. Randy Leon 257 Twellman. Eugene J, 303 Twiestmeyer. Trent 367 Tyler. Adrienne C. 409 TyrreIl. Sheryl Ann 367. 281 U Uelner. Barbara J. 367. 374 Ulben, John Edward 319 Ullmer. Rosemary A. 238 Ulrey. Nancy Jane 263 Ulrich. Andrew H. 315 Unger. Mary Geradine 301 Unger. Ruben Rinne 307 Unsworth. Margaret 367. 299 Unterreiner. Mark F1 367 Upchurch. Gordon R. 367 Urquhart. William Griffith 273 Uthlaut. Craig Alan 385 Uthoff. Robert Joseph 311 V Valbracht, EA. 367. 374 Vale. Beverley Ruth 367 Van Arsdale. James L 279 Van Becelaere, Linda Sue 367 Van Buskirk. William Jeffrey 367 Van Dyke. Dennis W 367. 407 Van Leeuwen. Daniel E. 292 Van Voorhis. Bruce Earl 404 Vance. Philip A. 239 Vandelicht, Ruth Anne 406 Vandepopuliere. Amy A1 243 Vanderpearl. Sally Boyd 305. 277 Vanness. Susan F. 305. 299 Vansell. Joana C. 238 Vaughn. Dirk E. 289 Vaught. David Richard 279 Veatch. Marla Jean 367 Vedros. Nicholas Mark 367. 402. 273 Vega, Sherri Ann 283 Veit, Rudolph Leonard 408 Venker. Teresa Helen 367 Vercelli. Barry C. 257 Verner. Malinda Joan 299 Verseman. Eric Wayne 259 V951. Sue Ann 113. 390. 409. 281 Viels. Catherine Lynn 367 Viles. Cynthia Ann 277 Vilmer. Cynthia Lee 265 Vilmer, Sandy Jo 265 Vincent. Christopher 311 Vineyard. Virginia 6281 Vires. Steven Carl 311 Visser. James 404 Vitt. Gregory Phillip 296 Vocke. Lynne 367 ' Voege. Renee Marie 234 Voelpel. Janet Ann 367 Voelpel. Mark Steven 367 Voener. Pamela Jo 299 Vogel. Harold Craig 309 Vogel. Lisa Marie 301 Volker. Curtis Lynn 253 Volker. Robert Harry 253 Vollmar. Kim Marie 367 Voris. Catharine L. 277 Vuch. Barbara Joan 367 W Wachs. Deena Ouestar 367 Wachter. Gretchen 317 Wachter, Karla Sue 317 Wacker. Kenneth Emil 311 Wackerman. Kenton Lyle 279 Wade. Mary Margaret 367 Wade. Roxanne Lynn 283 Wade. Ruth Ann 367 Wagner. Anne E. 267 Wagner. Annetle C. 367 Wagner. Sandra Marie 265 Wahler. Christine Lee 234 Waibel. Robert David 257 Waidelich. Ann Louise 368. 267 Wakefield. Karen L. 245 Waldman. Mitchell D. 315 Walker. Dawn Ellen 281 Walker. Ellen Lois 255 Walker. John Preston 275 Walker. John Tracy 386. 387 Walker. Julie Kay 255 Walker. Lynn Artie 368 Walker. Mark Taylor 275 Walker. Michael L. 253 Walker. Steven Earl 236 Walker. Wiley Wayne 320 Wallace. John Wesley 235 Wallace. Linda Suzan 398 Wallenmeyer. Leslie Ann 243 Waller. Debra Lynn 390 Walmann. Jeffrey D, 259 Walpert. Robert Alan 315 Walsh. Gregory John 291 Walsh. Michael T. 368 Walsten. Eric Frank 259 Walston. Craig Hugh 368 Walters, Garry Hull 368 Walters. Jane Claire 234 Walters. John R. 412 Waiters. Keith F, 259 Walters. Robert Lee 257 Walz. Deborah Susan 265 Ward. Daniel Edward 291 Ward. Judith Ann 255, 368 Ward. Patricia Ann 285 Wardlow. George W. 407 Warfield. Katherine E. 368 Warner. Genevieve K. 263 Warren. Scott Robert 287 Warrens. Deborah J. 368 Wesson. Danny R055 301 Wakers. Monica Rose 285 Waters. Susan Ann 404 Watkins. Barbara Jo 236 Watson. Granada D. 318. 368 Watson. Katherine Jean 283 Watson. Larry Dean 305 Watson. Ronald E. 309 Watt, Charles William 311 Watters. James W. 368. 287 Watts. Alan Edward 301 Waugh. Joe Alan 253 Weaver. Rocke Wayne 251 Webb. Andrew Harlan 368 Webb. Dianne Lynn 0, 368 Webb. Kevin C. 291 Webb. Thomas Eugene 368 Webber. Jerry Don 413 Weber. Doris Claire 401 Weber. Doug J. 315 Weber, Michael Steven 305 Weber. Terri Lynn 255 Webster. Barbara Louise 305 Webster. Diana Sue 412 Weeks. Paul E. III 273 Wegant. Ellen Louise 245 Wegs. Michael John 368 Wehmer. Barbara L. 368 Wehmer. Rilla Jean 245 Weidman. Mark Bradley 292 Weinberg. Donald Pau1248 Weinhaus. Michael A, 315 Weinhold. Deborah E. 368 Weinstein. Keim Alan 369 Weinstein. Smart A. 369. 248 Weir. Edward Jr. 369 Weiss. Coral M, 369 Weiss. Larry Edgar 311 Weissman. Leonard Bruce 315 Weikzel. Steven A. 261 Welbern. Rebecca Ann 369 Welborn. Barbara Ann 369 Welch. Janet Ruth 369 Welch. Wayne R. 376 Wellhausen. Mary Joan 255 Wellman. Pamela C. 265 Wells. Donald Glenn 369 Wells. Jacquelyn E. 318 Welsch. David Charles 319 Welsh. Glenda Jean 265 Welter. Mary Alison 255. 369 Wemhoener, Allison D. 243 Wemhcener. Laurie Lea 267 Wemhoff. Donna Woodward 369 Wendling. Stephen F. 393 Weneck. Richard Marc 315 Wenk. Craig Alan 315 Wenz. Daniel Phillip 279 Wenzl. Timothy F. 369 Werner, Jennifer Jean 404 Warner. Kristine Kay 396 Werner. Kurt Steven 383 Werner. Mark Edwin 291 Werr, David Lynn 320 Wers1. John Robert 257 Wessler. Janene Gail 401. 281 West. Timothy David 369 Westhouse. Joan Marie 383 Westhues. Arthur J. 408 Whalen. James P. 369 Whalen. John Michael 309 Wheatley. Mark Eugene 275.. 408. 375 Wheeldon. Debra Ann 369 Wheeler. Charles Dale 307 Wheeler. Mildred B. 255 Whelan. Jill Anne 369 Whipple. Anne M, 285 White. Cheryl Ann 391 White. Daniel Maurice 402 White. Kathleen Ann 369. 376 White. Marcia Sue 370 White. Mark K. 307 White. Polly Jean 400, 263 White. Sharon Joan 409 White. William Allan 279 Whitney. Karen Ann 281 Whiuon. Julia Lynn 265 Whitton. Rex M. III 279 Whobrey, Linda Susan 370. 410 Whorton. Duane G. 257 Wichlinski. David John 287 Wickens, Charles E. 257 Wiedmier. Susan Elaine 245 Wiegmann. Cheryl Lynn 283 Wiese. Walter J. 296 Wigren. Vicki Lynne 236 Wilberg. Gary Jan 259 Wilcox, Daniel Earl 370 Wilcox, Marcia Sloan 263 Wilcox. Mary Kathleen 245 Wildgen. John Dennis 273 Wilken. Carol Ann 116 Wilken. Charles Paul 259 Wilken. Deborah Jo Anne 370 Wilkerson. Sherry R. 370 Wilkin, Patricia E. 370 Wilkins. James Dirk 370 Wilkinson. Carol Ann 283 Wilkinson. David Edward 309 Wilkinson. Robert F. 411 Wilkinson. Susan M. 263 Will, JulieAnn 370 Willenbrink, Joan M. 285 Willett. Kent F, 370, 289 Williams lIl.AIber1 Frank 412 Williams. Clarissa R. 299. 376 Williams. Dawn Lenise 370 Williams. Diane 370 Williams, Douglas Alan 261 Williams. Elaine M. 412 Williams. Fred A. 370 Williams. Gerald M. 370 Williams. Jana Kay 267 Williams. Kathleen 370 Williams. Lori Jo 265 Williams. Lori Jo 265 Williams. Michael L. 303 Williams. Pamela Jean 370 Williams, Peter James 273 Williams. Robert N. 412 Williams. Soon E. 370 Williams. Scott Edwin 303 Williams. Stephen E. 408 Williams. Suzanne M. 243 Williams. Thomas B. 370 Williamson. Rise M. 370 Willis. Melanie Gail 391 Wilson. Ann Elizabeth 263 Wilson. Brenda Faye 371. 318 Wilson. Cheryl Anne 263 Wilson. Dale Alan 383 Wilson. David Kent 371 Wilson. Dennis Ray 309 Wilson. Gary Edward 248 Wilson, Howard Alan 370 9 Wilson. James Clay 412 Wilson. Kathleen Anne Higdon 243 Wilson. Kevin Kelley 303 Wilson. Kimberly Ann 371 Wilson. Marjorie Joan 317 Wilson. Michael Lee 311 Wilson, Roger Dale 309 Wilt. David Clayton 275 Windet1,JeH L, 371 Winfrey. Edwin Eugene 407 Winkelmann. Robert J. 371 Winkler. Kurt Richard 307 Winner. Lisa Leigh 281 Winslow. Beth Ann 390 Winker, Mark Lee 411 Winter. Robyn Dale 247 Wipperman. Leslie Ann 317 Wirfs. Kristina Ann 305. 277 Wishnuff. Mark B. 315 Wissler. Aletha M. 371 Withers. John David 257 Witterschein. Martha 371 Witzenburg. Karen G1 245 Witzigreuter. Julie L. 391 Wohlert. Cynthia S. 238 Wolf. John Maurice 273 Wolf. Karl Raymond 386. 307 Wolf. Marcia Kay 371 Wolf. Mary Elizabeth 371 Wolfe. Lawrence Mark 248 Wolfenbarger. Deon K. 265 Wolff. Deborah Teresa 247 Wolff. Donald Clifton 301 Wolff, Lowell Everett 275 Wolfinbarger. A.L. 291 Woltkamp. Thomas F. 279 Woltzen. Christine F. 277 Womack. Dixie Diane 371 Wood. Angela Beverly 390 Wood. Beverly Ann 243 Wood. Kathleen Gae 371 Wood. Linda A. 372 Wood. Susan Annette'263 Woodruff. Linda Sue 372 Woodruff, Robert F. 273 Woodruff. William C. 372 Woodson. John Moss 411. 289 Woodson. Ken: Thomas 289 Woodson. Marleen C. 372 Woodson. Melanie Ann 372 Workman. Craig H, 309 Workman. Lynn Anne 372 Worl. Julie Anne 390.263 Wren. James Elgin 291 Wright. Barbara Joan 263. 390 Wright. Elizabeth Ann 391 Wright. Loyd Allison 372. 383. 411 Wright. Mary Elizabeth 281 Wright. Michael C. 412 Wright. Pamela Louise 299 Wright. Rebecca Kay 372 Wrightsman. Peggy Anne 255 Wright. Rebecca Kay 372 Wringman, Peggy Anne 255 Wrigley, Brenda Jean 372 Wuliekuehler, Robin L, 372 Y i Yagel. Janet Lynn 236 Yanner. Keith Michael 261 Yaskolka. Jill Denise 372 Yates, Consmnce Ann 372. 243 Yeary, Melissa Jeanne 234 Yehlen. Mark Henry 273 Yemm. Dennis G. 291 Yepsen. Gary Louis 372 Yoest. Susan C 372 Yost. Jennifer Yvonne 372 Young. Eugene Arthur 372 Young. Jonalee 281 Young. Laura E. 265, 409 Young. Margot Jean 372 Young. Sara Jean 283 Young, Sherry Lynn 372 You ng. Susan Belle Ammon 305 You. Ann Elizabeth 404 Yuille, Jane Ann 281 Z Zack. Barbara Sue 372 Zander, Ruth Maria 372 Zdvorak. Linda Carole 245 Zeid. Leonard lrl 315 Zeis. Jeff P. 257 Zeller. Jacqueline A. 121 Zick, Douglas Arthur 257 Zick.Hober1 Alan 257 . Zick. Stewart Dale 257 Ziegler. Cynthia Ann 412 z Zigrang. Mark C. 372 Zimmer. Robert Gregg 372 Zimmerman. Brian Anderson 309. 386 Zimmerman. Linda 285 Zimmerman. Mike Howard 315 . Zimmerman.Ru1h Helen 372.374 3 Zimmermann. Elaine A. 372 ; Zimmerschied. Gregory Wayne 309 . Zimmerschiad. Jeffrey L. 251 1 Zobrisl. Markham Lee 309 Zurheide. Barbara A 372 Zweifel. Thomas R. 372. 407 Zweig. Rosanne Sue 372 Zweig. Sanford Leigh 372 423 editors note The 1976 Savitar has truly been an experience for myself a great deal of talent, Dan. and 1 consider myself and all those involved with its production. Most of the fortunate to have been able to work with you this past 1 staff. including myself. had never worked on a yearbook year. Your affinity for fine photography is going to insure . before. We realize there are a few rough spots in the you a solid future. book. and unfortunately some things that should have been in the book were left out for some reason or A great deal of thanks goes to Mr. Robert Havertield, another. if you like the book, we thank you. To those of who filled the position of advisor admirably by being you who do not like it, we do not apologize because there when we needed him and leaving us alone the we gave it our best effort; and that's all any staff can do. rest of the time. Thanks to Rod Hunter and the rest of the Hunter people who did such an excellent job of 1 would like to reserve the remainder of this note to try taking a bunch of loose layout sheets and turning it into M and thank the many people who helped make it this book. 4 possible-something i can probably never do properly. l i must also thank Judy, our secretary who did such an First of all. 1 would like to express my gratitude to outstanding job for us. You were sorely missed when Brenda. Sally and Beth tfantasy womani for all the times you left. And of course. thanks to Georgia and Bill for all they helped when we needed it. 1 hope all of you will the advice and encouragement they gave me. continue to work on the Savitar in future years because it will need good people like you to insure that it will Probably the person I am most indebted to is Nicholas continue as one of the best University yearbooks in the M. Vedros. Vede, you did one hell of a job. Your , country. meticulousness and devotion are to be admired as well " ' as your fine photography. 1 hope future Savitar editors Z To Pilch and Chip i wish to convey my deep thanks for are as fortunate as l was in getting a photo editor of your .' not taking off and leaving me holding the bag. and for a quality. , job well done. it was a genuine pleasure to be associated with people of your caliber. And last, but certainly not least, thanks to Phyllis. who helped me in a way that cannot be expressed in words ' i would also like to thank Terri for handling a good deal alone. Suffice to say: You were there when i needed a of the office work and for an outstanding job with the you. j Savitar Queen Contest. Thanks to Lisa Hosfield for designing our cover. Thanks to Kurt. Buddy, Karen. 1 hope I havent left anyone out, but if 1 have. 1 apologize. f Ross, and Jan for all the work they did-it was a great Good luck to Kurt and next year's staff. You'll find it to ' help. be a tough but greatly rewarding job. A very special thanks must go to Dan White. You've got the trogdog production staff The 424 page 1976 Savitar was printed offset by Editor Michael J. Smith Hunter Publishing Company of Winston-Salem. North Photography Editor Nicholas M. Vedros Carolina. Press run was 4.520 ta Savitar recordl and Associate Editor Thomas W. Pilcher the trim size is 9 x 12. Paper stock is 80 pound Organizations Editor Neal S. Morrison Warrenls Casco Dull Enamel. Headlines are in Sports Editor Kurt Specht Americana, Helvetica Condensed and Optima lRHA Editor Brenda Lester italics. Body type is 10 and 12 point Americana and Greek Editor Buddy Middleton identifickations are 8 point Helvetica. Senior portraits Office Manager Terri Minshal ' were ta on by Wayne Suggs of Delma Studios. New . . . York, New York. Further specifications available upon ggYer. EieSigner Lisa HOSfleld request by writing Savitar. 308 Read Hall. 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