University of Wisconsin Stout - Tower Yearbook (Menomonie, WI)

 - Class of 1976

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197 tower: puzzles 1976, volume vaii UW-stOUf omonie, Wisconsin Tony Korger photo x aura W . ' v ' 5mm . orgginizafio 5 . ', . ' ': i4 cu campus life . . . 12 Believing in life Wanting to fly But still afraid of falling, Without knowing why. Searching for something Just what I don't know, My mind reaching outward With nothing to show. Yearning for someone A void to be filled Groping, uncertain And in part unfulfilled. I must discover My purpose and goal The ioy to be living The key to my soul Carol Jordon Roger Paulson photos Individuals searching for identity . . . streamlining into the group: the group forming ideas . . . learning, sharing, growing . . . :ttgw h ?'W h! I?! '"s'iA 'W M -Mj.m .3 pa: gr, x 1; IA . - mu um. Reflecting on the mirrors of life . . . finding a place in the sunlight . . . wondering what the snowfall will bring . . . reaching out to discover . . . becoming myself. Tony Korger photos ,I-E-h-Gi I.HUI-Ili.- 59 RI. . ESE Wni3$ th 0.3? 00.33: 3 E3 .xwl L7." 4 8.61 RAF . ,4 .c 10 11 Tony Korger phofo 13 14 Staring at new faces . . . turning empty rooms into home . . . checking out the right books for those new classes . . . adjusting to food service . . . returning to confusion. re 16 Recalling the day's activities while snacking on summer goodies . . . spiff- ing seeds at the dorm's annual water- melon feast . . . getting together with friends at a picnic . . . making every second count .. . letting events fall into place . . . helping everyone to see the "specialness" of friendship. summer shades of relaxation 17 WWW FEE PAYM EXPRESS 'k NO CHANC : k CHECKS '3 A collaboration of events . . . circum- stances leading to . . . laughing . . . dancing . . . drinking . . . and ulti- mately . . . a fun time for all. homecoming celebration! Tony Korger photo 21 sfoqu 82nd year mg .. homecom 22 The team . . . the fans . . . the spirit . . . the components of an extraordinary day. 23 26 pranks, parties, and pumpkins Dressing up in costumes . . . hiding from reality getting treats keeping young . .. singing pumpkin carols .. . hustling through the bars . . . dancing to favorite tunes . . . ringing doorbells . . . smashing pumpkins, scoping windows . . eating faffy and baby pumpkin candy . . . playing tricks. 27 UW-Sfouf art students . . . exhibiting ar- twork in the ballroom . . . prints, sculp- ture, weaving . . . imaginative, inter- esting, revealing . . . sold! student art on sale Martha Suits, artist 28 3O capt re ryder ures audience Written by mark medoff, produced by the university theater . . . tearing down phony images until honest per- sonalities are revealed . . . red ryder, the fragicomedy hit! 32 stout students ski in style One, two, three, pivot . . . showing the latest in ski coats, pants, hats . . . and equipment . . . giving instructions on how to do what where . . . basic maneu- vers and pointers . . . help for future ref- erence . . . all that is lacking now is that white powdery stuff. 33 34 Whether male or female . . .on the move or taking it easy . . . pushing CI paddle or pushing a pedal . .. finish- ing in first place or not even finishing .. canoeing and biking are always a good time and worth the expended en- ergy - - - creating perspiration while soaking in the hot sun . . .laughing from sudden exhaustion . . .teosily passing the lazy doysof indicm summer . . . mak- ing The most of natural fun! 35 36 Last minute papers . . . studying late . . . caroling putting up lights . .. last minute shopping . . . hurried goodbye's . . . a deserted town. Christmas. a time to reflect 37 38 ...;wa..n- mwme Seniors finally faking leave of stout . . . faking many memories with them . . . new beginnings . . . new roles . . . looking forward with some fear . . . but with expectations of fulfilled 39 sweetheart b February 7-14 . . . black aware- ness week . . . topped off with a dinner . . . continuing with a fashion show . .. and finishing with a sweetheart ball . . . a week reflecting a culture. Lntv!i, WMQIWVK' ,. . . , wm Ma rd mm w Warm week . . . disorganization . . stout student association elections . . . moonlight magic dance . . . ice races . .. week of programmed insanity. 44 Dancing, drinking, releasing Afrus- frotions . . . conversing with old friends . . . meeting new ones. . . downtown menomonie offers diver- sion from schoolwork. relaxation, refreshment, release Does summer school sound boring?? . . . how about wafer skiing . . . airplane making . . . or delcimer building . . . and for credit, no less! . . . offering such di- versified workshops makes for an ex- citing summer. workshops offer excitement in summer 47 48 Talented musicians . . . attentive spectators . . . drinking beer . . . miss- ing classes . . . relaxing in the autumn sun. :3! cmztgrlf V "n.. "run. .9. Q n 9 2 a Q h a u. Q a. u a .. . .. . v: a - .. . . - u n . 49 hard work pays off at the art show 50 Exhibits . . . excitement . . .' the thrill of a sale . . . many hours of prepara- tion . . . new experiences . . . appre- ciating talent . . . learning by doing . . . art is more than just pointing . . . of the art show. 51 52 hautet cuisine: a night in new orleans Haute-cuisine . . . working until midnight many nights . . . not an exaggeration! . . . putting in hundreds of manhours . . not an exaggeration! . . . the final re- sults . . . fine dining for the lucky few with tickets . . . serving on the third floor of the home economics building transforming the student lounge into an elegant dining area .. . and the food . . . first tempting the tastebuds . . . then tasting tremendous. 53 Rick Hardy photos cheerleaders, pom-pons promote pep Learning new cheers . . . long hard hours of practice . . . traveling to away games . . . many hours spent in practice and performance. Working to prepare new routines . . . sponsoring the annual high school clinic . . . polishing performances . . . promoting stout spirit. 1?? if; N" ' rva-5g' i LI n e m .m G Ll r 9 LI n e Delicious nufbreads . . . fantastic senior farew'ell . . . dinner for two at the bolo . . . nutrition week . . . convention in san antonio . . . organization plus. Diane Schmidt photos Student volunteer staff . . . getting up at 6:30 am . . . for your pleasure: news, weather, sports . . . telephone request lines . . . sfereophonic . . . transmitter failure. WVSS... "on the air" 61 62 Moving to new office space . . . working long hours . . . writing just the right copy . . . counting characters . . . getting ads . . . celebrating a job well-done . . . new ordering procedures . . . working to- gefher to keep each other informed . . . sfoufonia keeping weekly deadlines . . . tower working for spring delivery. cramped quarters don't cramp style M M m Chuck Barnard photos 63 Good times outside . . . enjoying na- ture and each other . . . through games, laughter and food sun shine follows alfresco . . . continuing within their hearts. alfresco puts it together outdoors f. ' r. .92- :V University student senate . . . officers . . finances . . . paper work . . . parliamentary procedure motions and seconds point of order . . . sponsoring the fall wa- termelon feed . . . retaining the current pre- registrofion policy . . . holding the second annual atrocious beauty contest . . . stirring controversy over sfoufs participation in the united council. controversies and changes 67 speakers and conferences add to Shea Demonstrations . . . speakers . . . learn- ing . . . not just cooking and sewing . . . experiences and training . . . social and cultural activities too. Classroom learning . . . on the iob training . . . money . . . educational fringes . . . education and industry. 69 Letting the university community know what greeks stand for . . . uniting for a week full of games . . . sponsoring a car- nival . . . chariot racing on the mall . . . jello snorting . . . attending the banquet . . . dancing . . . working to update the greek image. 71 Epsilon pi tau . . . priding itself in technical excellence, social efficiency, research accuracy . . . traveling to the wiea convention in milwaukee, ciao convention in des moines . . . having a banquet in december. epsilon pi tau 72 the old makes way for the new . . .1 homes exchanged for space . . . space to soothe the students' nerves . . . change for progress. renovation 73 jg lug, '4' 0!?! 4D $ c i y; a 1! cw fleming's spirit grows Tree trimming is enough to get anyone in the holiday spiri . . . then the par- tying starts . . . beer chugging, danc- ing . . . and with hall council planning for the future the festivities continue. , i... . V... u'; 3 i ; . : . . a as... . .w 75 76 Girls and guys . . . partying together .. . learning together . .. being to- gether . . . eating, drinking, and danc- ing . . . and being merry . . . residents of afm and north hall. 77 ts co-ed floors wngen ge 8 7 ifh Learning to share living quarters w ..s T: ..ILI." .m ,W. nmw n 0 9e gunfmmU anw 000? rhino f I $9.5 ..m .e .rs..v. .wPl xn.n.h eOfe Swmn e sr ..n.,.m 5 area Wsmm. Odpf eugn mmm . 79 80 81 kagu ,Q x Agmgmmmmw gm x gammy XE: L? ?x, mmmm ' MNM Mm basic biolo y to entomolog Biology . . . chemistry . . . physics . . . stout has them all, and more . . . whether taking them as an elective or because they are required, the science department has plenty to offer. 85 ose long hard hours of studying 86 Hitting the books . . . last minute cram- . . meeting and studying with yOur ming . . reading . . . re- sfeady . . . relaxing . . . . . card catalogs and reader's guide to what . . . and iust plain searching studying 87 Learning techniques and skills . . . pro- ducing blue prints . . . the accuracy of complex machine operation . . . even a professional auto mechanic . . . the in- dustrial technology program. learning the tricks of fh 89 90 The industrial technology program . . . striving to teach the skills iames stout incorporated in his school. . . learning the arts of working with woods, graphics, and modern age of elec- fronics. echnology a plied toward industry 92 food styling and "W , 1 vulavv' Cooking with a flair . . . a requirement for food styling and creative cookery class . . . learning new techniques for garnishing . . . trying different dishes prepared in decorative ways . . . all leading up to a final buffet . . . de- signing centerpieces, floral and non- floral . . . preparing all the food . . . finally, serving the invited guests. 93 94 s p EmHUM 95 Music . . . bright and lively . . . short and snappy .. . slow and easy . . . cool and steady . . . if all comes to- gether . . . choir under new director . . . tours and concerts . . . make stout's music department. a W; mmwa 97 98 Class instruction in physical education . . . timing, balance, aim, strength, en- durance . . . elements of good style and form . . . keys to success and a winning score. 99 n w lstraf' In adm ts many CISSIS Mark Prodoell Photos 100 I01 103 women swimmers break records Competition . . . a super season . . . "splash" the mascot . . . enthusiasm . . . placing sixth in ten .. . many bright prospects . . . swimming many laps . . . setting new records. 105 irl's gymnastics team Competing in any sport is strenuous . . . girls gymnastics is no exception . . . practicing for hours at a time . . . patience to get through the rough times . . . the final goal. thrives 107 Filling the stands . . . the fans cheering on the football team . . . watching . . . waiting . . . and hoping for a final vic- tory . . . moving onto the field . . . the athletes execute their plays . . . running . . . passing . . . tackling. t...". $bvf ... .. ...5.. ."unnnnn. , "?QQnuuNNNNun; ' " nun . " 110 r" .. .i 3 1D 1D 1. . !I ll GI h .I - Dedicated fans . . . a multitude of bruises . . . an occasional taste of victory. football: the $53,000 question 111 Running to score points . . . backing and supporting your Team . . . giving all you have to give . . . enjoying the fun of suc- cess . . . working as a team . . . praising one another . . . persistence, co-opero- tion, sportsmanship. 113 114 Stout hustling blue devils building the year .. . the fans kept their faith and spirits high . . . scores were so close . . . hard work, high goals, made the team work . . . sweat . . . bruises . . . aches . . . victory . . . defeat . . . many over- fimes made this year a year to remember. . U I " TIME BUT I PERIOD 2 H 1:23 blue devils determination 115 117 mm. w -m Mm; .k determined attitude marks gymnast's improvement Watching a performance by the largest team in the history of stout . . . hard work and dedication . . . a requirement for a gymnast . . . practicing pays off as the points add up . . . on enterfaining af- ternoon at the iohnson fieldhouse. 119 Winning, dodging, charging . . . pull- ing together a fine season . . . an en- thusiastic coach . . . students show spirit cold winter nights .. . all added up to a promising season for the pucksfers. 121 123 wrestlers get new coach 0 $ ' ! IA AVJA New coach . . . new season . . . maybe next year . . . more student en- thusiasm needed . . . apathetic team . . . forfeits . . . decisions . . . and defaults . . . mar grapplers record at stout. 125 Jere' Aamodt Ackley Dale M. Adomat Dan Alf? Millie Anderson Paul Anderson bicentennial graduates reflect heritage Susan Anderson Ed Areisef Jane Apelgren Ken Applehons 128 Jenni AVeni Jeanne Becher Kathleen A. Bieniasz Ed; Bloomstrom Carol Bailke L Sue Bell Mark Bitter Sharon Bombeck David Bates William Berchneider Richard Biork Theresa Bogniewski Dale Baxter Greg Besful Mrs. Richard Biork Rick Bonono 129 130 Barbara C. 800er Mary Brinfnall Catherine Buisse Dan Cina Jori Borchert Pam Brown Susan Bulawa Betty Cheadle Mary Calhoun Nancy Coffee Cathy Catwiea Debbie Canon Bruce; Crownhbrt L BiIfDavis? L ; Juiie-Deyk , , Gesciw Jill Eckl Virginia Edge Kathy Empie Dove Erickson Jeff Erickson Mark Erickson LouAnn Erkfitz William Fought Joe Faust Melodi J. Finn Daniel N. Fox Robert Prater Ann Fricker Linda Funk Dale Gabrielsen 132 Steven J. Guns Robin Gerber Jana Gillespie Ken Gabarski Marsha Gunlond Julie Germond Kofherine Gonon Diane Graham Ruth Gerber Larry Gilbertson Diane Graveson 134 ',,.-; I .9 ; $7; 'E; ' : 'iz; Jim Groskops Richard Haase Susan Hanna 1 .1 .222 z... t ' ; r 1;. I 4: , . .; , Kathy Gruendler Gail Gunderson Sue Gustufson Michael J. Haley . Kay Hall Todd Hammond Mary Beth Hanselman Judy Hansen Deanna Hanson Steve Hanson Susan Hanson Kathy Harosyn Rebecco Hart Susan Marie Harte Marilyn Jean Heifner Nancy Heller Lynn Hemauer, 135 136 Suzanne Henke Susan Hodgson Gary L. Hoover Linda Johnson Denise Henry Wayne Hoffman Susan lsaksson Michelle Johnson ,K CIaudeen R. Hepburn Pete Holmes Ron Janowski Wayne Johnson Marlene Hermann Barb Homoth leslie Jensen Virginia Jorstad Peter Anthony Kaiser Theresa M. Kaiser Nancy Jung Dove Kahler Behi Knecht Scott P. Knoebel Betsey Kosfe ' Jan Robert Kits! Potty Krause Susan Koch - 137 I $: . ' . '"Wy-h. Ha... .1 Viva m4 xu' 4 Marsha Kuiper Anthony Korger Patrick Kosloski Rmh Kullonder Jerry Lahti Joanne Laing Gretchen Lang Claire larson Debbie Lee Mike laschinger 138 Christine L Leifz Eric lichenwald Sondra Marie Manet Kathy McCrindle Joyce Lenz Susan Lienemann David Manosky Scot! McLeod John R. Legois Georgia Lonefree Michael C. McAndrews Patrick J. Mcloone Colleen Lichtenwald JoEllyn Martin William McComber Nancy McMmar 139 Ann Melius . Jeff Meier Po! Melchior Mary Menne K0957 Manes MOW Michelson Julie Michschl Debi Miller, Paul Min A L Franklin Moensie Joanne Monthey MW Morgan Susan M. Muck RObe" Nelson Dave Noland Douglas S. Nordgren 140 Tom O'Benafer Jodell Marie O'Connell Cheryl Olsen Rosemary Olsen Dennis Olson Sandy Olson . . o o u 0 Karen Olufs Ali szoi Ann ONem Ronald Papacek Sunil Patel Robert Pauillie Kathy Peterson Kurt Pfeifer 141 142 Pam Piaf? " Cafhy Pinter Dave Poilock Mary Post! ' Ronda! Raduechei Chris Redlich' J. Reinke Debly Retzloff Jean Pipkorn Karen Rochibinski Diane Reego Sheri Reynolds Kathleen R. Plooster Robert Radke Sue E. Reid Daniel Riffer 3W :5 fywwh y , 4Vday' Vivian Schlomnan Martha Schmid Mary Schmin Tom Schoeneman Deanna Schultz Suzanne M. Schnitz James Schwabenlender Barb Schwobe Sendelbock Steve Sell Pot Seston Barbara Shana" Ann Shoyer Debbie Sieving Pat Silos Winston A. Simpson 144 4.?L ' om Shank ' Mary Slafky Mary Kay Sblnrczyk Nick Stromer P. Svoevdon Kristine Sundling 145 Debbie Shwartz Steve Swick Robert Teich Patti Terbiltox Suzann Terwedo Kathy Thorson Cynthia Thompson Wayne Thompson Marilyn Thornberg D. Toicolske Gary Tronberg Gail Tress Hope Trihen Lisa Uaaelahde Susan J. Uehling William Uhenbruuck 146 :Ann Wilda: , Mary A. Wilson , L Mary Wockman ' JKofhy Woldt 148 Ly? Lg, m smmgaum $31 L mnk x g L m $$$wm , 152 Morrell Solem photos As the seasons change, so do we . . . changing ideals and dreams . . . re- flecting the knowledge gleaned from education and experiences . . . grow- ing within ourselves . . . realizing the ambitions that hide within us . . . reaching for the highest clouds . . . reaping their full rewards. 153 154 Hurrying . . . trying to make that eight o'clock class . . . finding time to do the things you'd like to do . . . being run by the hands of father time. 155 Tony Korger photo 156 Students working . .. working with their hands . . . working with their minds . . . exploring new ideas . . . finding new ideals. Tony Korger photo 157 2. c i, g TOWER OFFIC MADISON ROOM K Vubzu Pa ms- uwv This year's TOWER has truly been a puzzle. Trying to find the missing pieces wasn't always easy. Working with a limited budget and without a publisher was as experience, to say the least! I am glad I had the opportunity to learn from this experience. Now, as I draw close to the final deadline, I breathe a sigh of relief. I am proud of the staff and of the book, not because it is a literary masterpiece II recognize it's flaWSi, but because we did our best in the face of near disaster. I would like to introduce the pieces of our puzzle: Editor-in-Chief Kim Polzin Associate Editor Brian Brown Business Manager Chuck Barnard Cover Photographer Rick Hardy Artists Mark Watanabe Randy Will Advisors Lou Moegenberg Morrell Solem Herff Jones Representative Jim Fisher Staff Jill Fries Connie Hines Adris Khan Betzi Knecht Beth Kosir Roger Paulson Sharon Wasilas Instructional Technology Services Photography Graphics 159 30 A little more tired of the close of the day, A little less anxious to have our way, A little less anxibus to scold and blame, A little more care for a brother's name; And so we are nearing the iourney's end, Where time and eternity meet and blend. A.".W arty.- w. 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