Valparaiso University - Record Yearbook (Valparaiso, IN)

 - Class of 1974

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.f,. T L-i - 'W 1 I i I I 1 i . J -Il: 1974 Beacon Valparaiso University Valparaiso, Indiana 77" ,552-Q S 'if ,APP X 15" 7 f f-ff +4 3' 1'-ex za' 1 4 1' af, X 9-A 521.11 'Y Mr gs.-ll M13 4, A i I"l!."" ,Q ,ug a..':-3 ?-1 2?-if ' ' yan .X Q" r - - ' - A Q A . Q W ' Y ' v ,, ' L ., ' f I- ,F X A Q--f, Q, 5.1 ,V ,, 5 X 'y. ' , '-mx-'N 5 n , .A ' R - 1. ,Sp , - , 7' V, gt' , nfl Q -- X - - A '- - - +'w"s' f- ' v - -a 'L L V 'N , - ' , . MQ - 1, gum ' .- 3 .'.-. , , V .- qgya-gl -V125 4 ,-+ -:xr , -- .M . 'K . ' .f' '- V " ., H" - ,L 2 f 1 -,"'4"x 311 ' ' . 4 ,J-A .' , V' ,ff ' . f x W' 'xfmii N y,?'f- ' is - " ' ' AFL 5' QQ ff A ' V, 2: ' 5' ,Aj ' ' .fn : V , f., '-'r :A '-4 f . 1 . -' S . - ugm w,.w.- , 1,'- ,, . t 1 .' .fa k,.Q'f '-' " fl J, " ,I ' f"f'1 V J the '- . ff -i ray' f-"wif, I M. . , 'T ' Pi - " u -.i'f" f' ,' as a f Q 1 f' , 42' 71? ,n jf 'ff' xii .. A ' T ' ' Y- 1 -'A - ' 'Iii ff: ., ff, '. I? , Q " . " I Y , A" 13' .' , ' .g 15 5. Rss- . 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It is the hope of the editors of this yearbook to offer a small sense of some ofthe history of Valparai- so University through glimpses of past mo- ments of time. The freshman class used to be initiated into its new world by participating in several traditions. Many of these traditions have disappeared: the freshman parade down Lincolnway, the beanies of freshmen which were worn for several months, and the class rush in which freshmen and sophomores vied for possession of a beanie by climbing up a post. Of course, some aspects of being a freshman have remained unchanged: the first goodbye to parents, the Dunes picnic, the excitement of making new friends, and the freedom of being away from home for the first time. 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Students put books aside to find the moments to decorate the Union at Christmas, stop at the Shanty for lunch, or to simply catch a few minutes of sleep. The students seemed to realize that to gain the most from their education in- volved more than simply studying. .eva . , -FN V X. I -'Z - E -Fi it .4--fr" 1 K... fp , ,Q of ,I 4w-'-,.,.-u- .,L,-.. - V -Y "1 ' Y T if! -2 Iam! 1' flu , N . EQ ,wg Mr, 3152 4 ,L :SF ' muy, . . A , N 'fu -- all 7 n "'1v"qfM1,,,W f,,if",x 1 HW, J gg., -QV 9 WW' W f I E . F ' 1 Homecoming: A Changing Tradition , l Q ' Y i 'r-"5 ,--41 Homecoming was filled with various traditions in years past. Although some still remain, many have disap- peared. On Friday morning of Home- coming weekend, a German band once traveled around campus, break- ing up classes and starting the week- end on a musical note. If an instructor would not dismiss his class, the band marched right into the classroom. On Friday night, a huge bonfire, built and guarded by the freshmen, burned on the tundra. It climaxed the Coronation of the queen and the all-school pep rally. A parade down Lincolnway, complete with floats, bands and hors- es was the highlight of Saturday morn- ing. For some years, students dressed up as hobos and marched down the ... 1. F1- street. A hobo queen and king were then chosen by the students, and the hobo queen chose the winner of the contest for the best-looking male legs. Another tradition which enjoyed pop- ularity for some time was the pushball contest between freshmen and sopho- mores. Saturday afternoon was filled with cheers of glee and groans of de- spair as the Crusaders marched across Brown Field. The spirit of the whole weekend resounded in the sound of the victory bell whenever the Crusad- ers won. 2 3. n.. -lf .w 1 -- -- 1 - -1 f'l"ff vfLly -uw Yirkf X' xrgy fQi'f'f"Mr1"1V"lw'W 1' 'ff' WJ ,- ,J .V-., , w , - ,f 1. 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Q-N, -d-,gr f-L 'gi' The face of the campus changed, yet landmarks remained, gaining more meaning with time. The brick roads of Old Campus were removed, replaced by grass, trees, and foot- paths, but the buildings retained their familiar appear- ances. The large square residence halls stood close to Old Campus on the quiet residential streets of Valparaiso. Both Lembke and Alturia may not have had the 'icornfortsu of modern residence halls, but they each had a unique charm and character of its own. The "kissing bridge," a landmark of Old Campus, became a well-loved tradition. Founder's Rock, a memorial to the "faith and vision ofthe men and women who organized the Lutheran University Associa- tion in 1925" became a familiar part of Old Campus. Each year, a ceremony honoring the school's founders was held amidst the beautiful trees of Old Campus. In time, howev- er, even the bridge and the tradition of celebrating Foun- ders' Day disappeared. 25 Entertainment, Fun Spotlight Weekend Spring Weekend, 1973 the 24-hour dance marathon ... a pinball contest The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Jonathan Edwards in concert ... Queen Kris Stueber and her court reign . . . Sig Ep, Deaconess win song- fest ... free picnic at the Union ends the weekend. 26 -ngx 579121 . Hail to the brown and gold Thy sons and daughters hold In loving loyalty Thy colors dear. Colors whereby we show What others too should know That we belong to you Dear old Valpo. The Sch00l's Spirit r Indianapolis Symphony Performs 'lg , K L V.,,,N ,ws ,I . -'.'.-. .-,,,.1.x- --J L' " Fx I :.. ,."'v ff: - V '.f-.'-"rbi ' 3 i1'f','4,-'f-'11,-f -. ' 2 fp f' S-fi' 'v. .5.,f . ' ' J., .' -,: -.. "' F .v L ,fi mi 1 - N 6 1 nv V Y ' ss-,I-. .iz 'xr Eli Q j1l":l-5:31, :Egfr r , . , ,, 55 14 '-,. 'af - , , -1 is :rife " 1. 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A 45 Q 5 x 4 Hush I 4' I "S V 1 f 5 ' A "" .Q Around and About the Union l' - 68 Those infannous study breaks . . 451, J7 La f - 1 ana.. -. .W mf- f It's more than just an address . . . fa M xx, ,. s . s s1t s a of -' smlvff-ss Q , -fa. 'B EQQ . . Y UNnoN EAST APTS ' t sf!" l, 1. 603 l MI 4 . 0 , Q me I, M g L I, kg , : i xf ,151 ff Em i ' A 5 K 1 I A .! EI E I , " I u F H111 g Nm, , , X , ' -5 .4 ,' ' 'Q is . A' ' T f X , A .--,L - -77,4 .Wim .' 1, my f I N I 'r f w' 'v rd ,ul 1 4 I nw 1 , t -r , ,:,l15rg,.q.j. L H f. ,,aAM:J:fv- 4 ,, ,. if . w 4' I i V ! Q91 w w N .. W xl ' W N 4 W., w .url ' :A x s,:L JNQ .a:.Ji.i Twig 'qs' Y ' 5 X n I -.-- 9 l 4 l . ....s wif,,, , .Nga , .ul ' 1' ,.n. x Ni. . AY F , . - Li' W ,K FA: r w v 7 , ' 4.7" 4..' L. . I .-.ri ai. 517. 1 1 N-: 4 ',,a- eq if Y , I 5 ' , , - V' .-riff.: ,- - 131, ' 6 ' g,,q.,z. 'af4'f:Q::f.rf ,ff 95m Q. Q A 1-r7fi'wB -'ffm - J, se ,J .-,-fs' ,,. . ztgigz ,-gg'-1-reffflfg 5131, lr, , w.-!,:4, ,. 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Both hand and mind require guid- ance and training to attain their capac- ity for proficiency. So we are here . . . f"'NlIA3:, RX- And so we begin . . . REGISTRATION . . . hopes . . . tears . . . frustration . . . meeting friends . . . re-meeting friends . . . scheduling . . . reschedulingg . . . then it's all over. We have begun . . . 85 Y' 36 "ws QI ,Sb 'S M .f n B 'S u .Jai "!"' i , - 1 .. . , . I fl, L: .1 If-. i .-raw , .:. '-gm.. ' mu.. . , an . . . we begin to explore the realm of ideas and personal in- volvement which comprises our academic experience. With guidance and training, our hands and minds master the sim- ple and advance to the complex. 87 i ,A ,-. 'US , My ' ., - Q. Li 4 ' , iw 3 9 ,. 5 I , Q ' ., K . 1 . I x ' 1 . ' if. nun: I ' "!, ,.. - Lg Ax 3. fi, x ,,,,. 1 I' 1' . . J , F., V 'lf R Y I 4 ' ,l- 1, l kk ' ' r 1 V R ' -,.n.f Y" 5 X Vg ho I 'A I. ' A I - , r t 5 Wi' W i . 1' . Mn- 5 I 'fn J 5 - ' " I 'J' ' 'iff QQ!! fi wa? U 4 ' .P . .X .1- X H X :'l -...Q lv..-n.. , .....!? . J if- ' 1. .V L i - FE-ff 1 .Q ww 1 K. ul, M41 X , CU ' ij. U. 7 gf.: at RQ' In Our work experience shapes us and the direc- tions which our lives will take. The search for our future involves 21 quest for knowledge which cannot be found in books alone, a knowledge which is enriched through partici- pation with people. And we find self-renewal in creativity . . . Mwst l X ,1- 'Q 89 1 n 4 ,Li a mx 90 , A l lk- ,,,, .-JS. The nursing curriculum- offers experi- ence of working directly with people. Nursing deals with more than curingg it is an expression of people curing. In a field of service, self-renewal and growth are often found through per- sonal experiences with other people. 91 g T ' . F513-QQH I . 1"-1 lxtiflfl' J, L+ H ,vi Urban Studies is a unique program which offers insight into city life and its problems. The traditional campus life is absent, giving the individual the opportunity to discover his own inter- ests and the diversity of other life styles. Opposite Page, At Top Right, URBAN s'l'un- IES MEMBERS In Row One Are: M. Dec-de. j Cierseg Row 2: M. Dorch, B DeBm-r, D. Blom'- bertq Row 3: Prof. Reiner l 92 1,24 . 4. 'hw 1 ' ' Wim IKE 0 in -35.51- D41 lip" rf' Mfrs it umkrutv-S -,594 l I L . -2 f.. 'E' Urban Studies ghd W at ff? U 0 41 H ' l. 'M , ie ,J L 7 Q xg ' ,Q L B F' " ,"X. QW! ' s"7I' V i:iiFff"" 'V"1w7"'4 :Tl I . I-, :Z L- ,A '--Y, ,1." :Vf is Cambridge For a broader social and cultural education, the University offers a semester program in Cambridge England. At top, opposite page, Valpo students pose on an English hillside while touring the Lake District near Cam- bridge. Below, opposite page, Suzanne Kluch- er and Diane Auerbach dry out at a youth hos- tel after having been caught in a typical Eng- lish shower. At left, warming up from the snappy fall weather in Cambridge, Rick Steer- zer waits for friends at a youth hostel. Below, sightseeing at Levens Hall in row 1 are: Direc- tor Arlin Meyer, Nancy Westbrook, Marty Callaghan, Michael Friesen. Row 2: Alyce Ferguson, jacquelyn Helm, Diane Auerbach, Rick Steerzer, Richard Davis, Kathlene Both- well', Dorothy Ikeda, Suzanne Klucher, Greg Scott. Row 3: Kenton Meyer, David Bean, Brent Swanson, Robin Schirmer, jeff Smalldon, Sue Martin, tour guide, and British Prof. Speak. rl it t s L.: 5 vi- l L- - fy- 4. '-'egypt is K. V. N'-. -s V.,-. ,t I ., .. . Y .. 1 --1 ,., - .. . 4. . Q ' V 'I jx i"..'T,:-Y A ,- Q., l-- Reutlingen Students may also spend a semester at Reutlingen, Germany. At top, oppo- site page, in front of a 1000 year old Romanesque church on the island of Reichenau in row 1 are: Linda Healy, Dennis Langton, Karen Bergman, Pat Higgins, jill Thomsen, Miriam Sam- metinger, Kirsten Schmidt, Barb Lundgren. Row 2: Marybeth von Fange, Dan Brandt, Dan Eggerding, john Lohrmann, Karen Cox, Lois Blum. Row 3: Diane Dolan, Don Wesseling, jay Kunzler, David Coder, Herr Albers CDir.l, Pam Dicke, and Alf Shepherd. Below left, opposite page, Herr Brixner, German prof, and his wife relax with student Alf Shep- herd. Below right, opposite page, view of German street includes "Fal- kenn shield, a landmark for Reutlin- gers. Left, Rev. K. Henrichs, VU Director of the Round Table, listens to jill Thomsen discuss her courses. Below, Reutlingers are sightseeing on a study trip in Strasbourg. - 97 Ig 1 J -----... 1- UB" vw -.,, fl .4 'f gy, ., 1: 'H 'Wi l , f.,,sq-- , E, i"""J rye:-'slid if-34: fyfi Qf"'gw . , V . ri 'ls:'k?4E5lH 'W 7 , ' V jg is 1' ' . ,J- ,Q YK , I x mi x t x 'X If I. f " df "'N?'i if ,, A. A ,f "-iizvff .NJ ' ' ' , In -I ' ' W X fmhqms ' is xiwgf ,:, ,, Wu "' ' ,. 1' ju-1, . W il U 1. - .I 5 A .v . UQ 1 Q 3 ,L. x X ix ' Q' ,- 293-is Xi, ',4x . . 4' ' 1' . 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" , I , B X 1" .Ss 'QA lip ? ,.e'-C13 QQIQQPQF P4 1 r J. 'Gif fi' 5 :ff 1 gf: fi? , -lf- -bfi 2- ,fv- , .117 if - I X Although the Valparaiso University football Crusaders finished the 1973 season with an unspectacular 6-5 record, they knew how to keep the home folks happy, losing only one of five games on Brown Field, that being a justifiable 37-7 buffeting by the NCAA's Col- lege Division III tourney champion Wittenberg. Correspondingly, the Crusaders played their two best games, against Indiana Central and St. Joseph's, at home. The Crusaders surprised the previously unbeat- en and ICC front-'running Indiana Central Greyhounds 17-13, then rose up to trounce the arch-rival St. jo- seph's Pumas 38-7 in two outstanding team performances. Valpo football followers also witnessed some notewor- thy achievements by individual Crusaders as well. Se- nior running back Mike Hall paced the Crusaders in total offense, in rushing with 771 yards and a 4.5 yards per carry average, and in kick off returns with 20.9 yards per return. Hall's exploits pushed him to fourth on Valpo's all-time rush list with 1711 yards, fifth in pass receiving with 810 yards, and eighth in scoring with 106 points. The Crusader running game was further buttressed by the determined efforts of fullback Keith Gilliland, who added 588 yards and a team-leading 36 points to the Valpo cause. Sophomore Pat Wanta junior jim Hynes and senior Dave Budreau alternated at the quarterback spot and provided the leadership for the VU offense. Favorite VU receivers were seniors Rich Reising and Jim Dermody, who snagged I8 passes for 320 yards and 15 passes passes totaling 169 yards, respectively. Crusader captain Faust DeLazzer led the defense in tackles from his middle linebacker position. Sopho- more halfback Mike Lightbourn was the head pass thief, intercepting 5 enemy aerials, while Ron Krue- gler and Paul Maechtle trailed with 4 each. John Nelson, mainstay punt return specialist, averaged 6 yards per return on 24 fielded punts. Understandably, DeLazzer's efforts were universally recognized, as the 6 foot, 215 pound senior was tabbed to the first team All-ICC defense, first team Lutheran All-American and was voted by teammates as the Cru- saders' Most Valuable Player. Three other Crusaders made the ICC,s all-star second team including defensive end Dan jorgenson, defen- sive tackle Greg Strand, and offensive tackle Rich Seall. Seall was also voted Most Valuable offensive lineman and made honorable mention by the Lutheran All- American squad. Teammates Jim Plisky, Mike Light- bourn, and Keith Gilliland were recognized as the teamfs Most Valuable at defensive line, and defensive and offensive back Mike Hall was selected to the Lu- theran stars as their kickoff return specialist. Lineman Rich Demein was chosen by the coaches as the player whose mental attitude is most beneficial to the team. ow 1: Bill Grabarec, Mike Hall, Jim Dermody, Dennis Lawton, jay cDowell, Paul Maechtle, Ron Krugler, Dan jorgenson, Rod Moore. Row : Dan Sever, Rick Underwood, Tom Karas, john Malayter, Dave Budreau, im Plisky, Curt--Peil, Randy Strand, Rich Reising, Faust DeLazzer, Bill ichalek, Walt Schramm. Row 3: Mark Brauer, Chris Lajcin, Richard emien, Larry Kurth, john Nelson. Paul Danatsko, Rick Seall, Bill Mona- an, joe Gillen, Tim Moriarty, Greg Lewis, Asst. Coach Gerry Speckhard. ow 4: Greg Winkler, Greg Strand, Waymon Maclin, Jim Hynes, Ed Ker- I I sten, jeff Harder, Steve Hocke, Rick Baxter, Mark Smith, Asst. Coach Don Drinkhahn, Asst. Equipment Manager Lloyd Edinger. Row 5: Kurt Keuper, Greg Karas, Bill Pfefferkorn, Mike Pfiffner, Bryce Banion, Patrick Wanta, Rolf Peterson, Ernie Maestranzil, Dave Butler, Mike Meyer, Ralph Stein- beck, Asst. Coach Bill Koch. Row 6: jim Bowden, Rich Conti, Keith Gilli- land, Al Miller, Denrfis Brown, 'Mike Lightbourn, Kevin Zack, Bill Ganek, Tom Matuch, Greg Giles, Coach Norm Arnundsen. 103 !ia..N ' -- A.. -av-.1 Qi- F " fv- 4. "gf , 11 ..., 1..- Q . naw, 'rr ,'-" .' Y , .'-' -- - -.,'v "- " NY Q.. 1-L., -.A O4 ,., 4 Y. , ll! H XY' 1 ggi i fi l I' . l J "Bti-' ' h Afvwwj ,V A 1E7'E:' AY7 , Y I' .I px., -vi-4 1 "ZS 1-, f'v ' , ' .xxx jx , g ... Q , 'f'- ws L A ' -Y P PII Nh, Tm" his ,n1,-- I 5 . .:.. ,. .ag-.U , A Lf it . H Q J' 1 Q Y u , gk XM g.. .. ,- - y ' fx ' A W- X ' id 1 . X A -A ff-'v v- r fi x N ' 1?-"",51 Xfkf X ' il'-' 1-J' I i 1. . n. j,l A -ZTTZ-X ' f, ,f, 1 1 1' A Upper Right: Tom Schweitzer "breaks it up" as Ken Lawrence and goalie Bobby Thomson look on. 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A, - A , , I JI' I V 'rg' A ! - Irvs., . ,J 1-:. -J. 1- --1 1. -,,, -, 1 . ,X lf- vt .AQ V- N- .s.,.- .i ' . V P J" - .M . .. . JJ. . --" fi .:-- 'ff' -- 1.9- fi - X ,f:L":-fszQQ,Z'3a ,- - l'L:,.:,., ' -J. ' 421- .'.t'-W". 'Y - 1 Row One: K. Thupvong, K. Laurence, W. Kuehn, M. Atherton, B. Thomson, C. Strietelmeier, I. Pohlman, R. White, A. Fuchella. Row Two: M. Nekoleff, R. Drewelow, D. Thomas, B. Kretzmann, I. Kegel, T. Schweizer, D. Drews, W. Rufleth, M. Noske. Valpo's soccer team has made tremendous gains since the sport was initiated at Valpo several years ago. Although the team was not completely satisfied with a 2-5 record for the 1973 season, its members were pleased with the larger crowds of spectators at home games, a greater interest taken by the sports news media, and a larger turnout of students trying out for the team. Charles Streitelmeier, student coach, worked with the team in daily practices and saw a steady improvement in individual and team skill. 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Led by Bob Fronczak, team captain, Cary Foltz, Most Valuable Player, and Terry Shy, the new coach, the Harriers finished first in competition with fourteen teams in the DePauw Cross Country Invitational. Valpo also placed tenth in the North Central Invitational, seventh iai in the Little State Meet, and fourth in the ICC ,iii The members of the Cross Country team pictured below in Row 1 Are: j. Weide, A. Yox, C. Hoecker, G. Marowski. Row 2: M. Gregory, B. Froncazlc, J. Schedler, ,,i Carlson, Row 3: C. Foltz, Murray, Coach Shy, L. Hoppe, T ."1t. Holuh. 1.217 Inconsistent Season Brings ' 3rd Place Tie in Conference Standings Valparaiso University's basketball team began its conference competi- tion with a strong bid for another Indiana Collegiate Conference Championship, but relaxed its vigilance in the second half of the com- petition. The team ended its season with a 15-11 overall record, a 8-4 conference record, and a tie for third place in the final conference standings. The key game to the conference competition was the Crusaders' first game with Evansville, which the Crusaders lost at home 73-74. The Crusaders also produced some notable wins throughout the season, such as the 68-63 victory over Tulane and the 78-60 trouncing of Butler at Butler. Led by co-captains John Semmelhack and jeff Holmes, the team showed a balance of individual talents. After last year's graduation de- pleted the bench, only four lettermen returned: jeff Holmes, joel Ob- erman, Mark Peters, and John Semmelhack. Oberman scored the sea- sonis high with 477 total points, shooting field goals at a 51.5476 clip. Semmelhack, with 384 total points, shot at the 53.251 mark, an even higher rate of accuracy. Oberman also set an all-time record for Valpo in rebounds, pulling down 375 rebounds throughout the season. junior Ricky Bell won playmaker honors with 91 assists, and Mark Kassner led the team with 187 free throws. Row 1: Rod Moore, jeff Small, Ricky Bell, john Semmelhack, Randy Streicher, Mark Peters Morrison. Bow 2: Asst. Coach Charles Bell, jeff Holmes, Don Hoerl, Dan Roark, Greg Parri Detwiller. Row 3: Coach Bill Purden, Bob Dewey, joel Oberman, Rick List, Mark Kassner N tured: Milt McGee. 110 - ,Q A f f -l 5 . K1 ' 4 -I L 1 if .E -' X -D -Q! 'f '. ' E.. ,4 ,,y 1 G y 'f is fx - in Y . IQLQ 1 ' l, nl. , '- 'MSM 8 ,J M 4 i A warg 91 " ,, yy E V 16 ' I 4' ,- 'Ai ' U K i r 6 f I .5 'fm' 'I 1 v w.,.-. 'I Q IF' A: 'N 14-'i A.,.-ALT", :iw f: 'M- , . 'QV' ' E..-f' 112 "N-Q. plflt supports team 'E ilk' 1 'm' K.-,,...E url, ' I" ' ' If ', .'r1"- , , " - A--: 5, -Q ,...f e i Wrestlers Achieve 2nd in I.C.C. Valparaiso University's wrestlers, co-captained by Bobby Thompson and Chris Skoczylas, finished a surprising and strong second in the Indiana Collegiate Conference. Al- though Wabash College won the wrestling crown, the Cru- saders outnumbered any other team in its number of individ- ual champions. The four individual V.U. champions were Rick Drewelow, jim Hynes, Paul Roeser, and Bobby Thompson. These same four individuals and junior Dennis Thomas compiled the best overall records of wins. junior Rick Drewelow led the wresting team in victories with a record of 12-1. Bobby Thompson also achieved an impressive rec- ord of 11-1-1. Other records of the season which were more- than-respectable were lim Hynes, 8-1-2. Dennis Thomas, 9- 3-1, and Paul Roesefs 8-2. Under the direction of its new coach Don Drinkhahn, the V.U. grapplers posted a 8-6 dual meet record. In addition to its second-place finish in the I.C.C., the wrestlers took a third-place finish in the Wheaton invitational. A key meet occurred at the end of the season with Indiana Central. Al- though V.U. lost by a score of 19-22, the meet with the de- fending conference champion clearly showed the Crusaders' strength. 114 Wrestling I, f 1-ni Phila Don Drinkhahn, Mark Buehler, Paul Roeser, Bob Thompson, George Gregoratos, Eric Ihssen. Chris Slxoczylas, Marty Smith, Denms Thomas, jim Hynes, Rich Drewelow, Rich Baxter. Row 2: 1' i a. ,A 1 ,.AYx I fr ,ig ns If 'ai 1 . is ., 3' A u : 4 .4 ' fsqf J 1' L . A- .l i :xl W" 'q Y, .,u:f,:5,gi iw lvl l "lv: 'A 'I' " . 2 1 A ' ' v Q V751 .Y Y ' T . ' . -I ' l ' Q ' ' i 5 Row l: Wall Knvlin. Al filHYllllIll. Doug liivuz. Marla lfilcli. Bula Ilowlr-5: liozwli liolillolyvr. Larry llmnglziss. john l'llllt'TN. Mark Curcliiw. Toni jolnl l.vnil1un, xlllflf clflllllih Row 2: Iloxxic- Cain-ta-m, Xlilfli xslllllllilllll, uvr. jvll' l.uud. Row -1: lawlu l"re-clvrivlxs. Paul lll'Q'l5l'lll'l'. lirx' Dukulz, In-xin illllllllll. Dim liiiilllliltlll. Dzavm- rloliimni. ,Iiin Buns. Nod Griggs. Row 3: Wa-lllmnsvn. lim-g'l'1i1'pi-li. llvnry liuke-iilvls, Luck of dcptli plugnvd tin- Crusudvr Swilnim-rs ull yvair. Dospilc' llic lurglcst squad in YU. histo- ry. tlw quality was llllll. Tlw loss lo ai good Milli- lcin tc-inn cumv dc-spiliv I0 YU. First plucvs in thc- IS dual incvt cu-rits was typical of Flux uulrnostn svuson. A 5-6 rvcord was tllc rvinlt l.0l'cl0l1Cll Bob Colyvfs squzidqu disuppointrncnl uflcr going 12- 0 llll WJT3. - Yulpo liinislwd third whilc- liostingi blur- lnclinnu Collcgiailc Conlvrcncv Cliurnpionsllips, thc- fin- est-run and ln-st35wuin nwct cvvr ln-.ld at XIU. Evansville uinorgc-cl us tln- vibtor, and Yulpo wus szuidwiclicgl lwtwvcn Wulmusli and Butler in thc tight rucc for socond. Anotlwr sousorrs lligliliglit was tlw trzrining trip to Florida over flN'5l'llll'SlC'l' brvuli. Nmvrtlwlcss. llic tunnis fans had mucli to Clive-r about us ninv N-'.U. irvcords wore' Sol during tllc sc-uson and senior oo-captains Paul 'Brutsclivr and Crm-g Turpin qualified for thc NCAA Champion- ships. l3I'l'fSCl,ll'flS four yours on bln' tc-urn liuvo prove-cl him tlic fini-st all-around swinunvr in X-IU. l1iStory. An All-Ama-riczni in tlu- lmtlorfly, lic' zllsotook lunge' CllllIlliS of timc off tliv ICC in- dividual niccllcy und 'ln'n-uststi'okv inurks to win tliu-mi uvvnts for flu' fcconcl-slraiilht ye-air. 'I'nr,- pin's sprint times are sc-cond only to liormcr YU All-American Duvc Vlfilson, and jeff Lund set V.U. records ifor'z1ll the distunco freestyle events. v 116 V ,LK-1 -T 11' i- Ji, Wimmers F ini h Third l i lf' 1Il'IlIIl ll'l 'I " 0-ix -1 'L' X I L auggvof-,, 'fx 38 ...W -Q ... 4 Y' H 5' ,A . ' V A -Y - it , L97-M' f ' .. ,--vfg - ' '14 l, . -E534-, -- A .. . 'xii 'L 42' ' Q'-4 1 . ,."""' - ' 24 R' V ' f .ra , ' A ,., ' xl :..1lr' ,,, 1. if -- ,- - .2141- .,:"-7-- " :L " , , P -1- A --fy.:-' f':p1.f" uf - f A- gives- - .,,,. I 'l I 41 . , f . 9 - '3 1.0 Row 1: Marcy Hilts, Dennis Semro, Greg Couch, Nancy Stundel, Cary Foltz, Paul Heim, jim Piaskowy, Jeanne Camplin. Row 2: Asst Coach Fred Mina, Gary Marowske, jeff Middledorf, Dennis Brown Larry Adams, Dennis Murray, Tim Schuster, jim Kunz. Row 3 1.973 Track Coach Ed Winrow, Cary Harter, Mark Bentz, Gary Schroeder, Casper, Bob Chapa, Rich jante, Mike Snyder, Asst. Coach Bob Co lyer. Row 4: Bill Ganek, Warren Jacobsen, jim Weide, Dennis Law ton, Brian4Enevold, Dave Brady. wav!!! 1973 Tennis . , rv an-Ng, l'A 1 v n ri i I The 1973 Crusader tennis team, coached by Bernie Weiss in his final year at Valparaiso, finished second in ICC conference play be- hind a veteran Wabash squad. The Crusader six, led by MVP Rick Arm- brust, lost only one of five Indiana Collegiate Conference dual matches, while Armbrust and teammate Kent Schnack placed second and fourth in the ICC singles standings. The Cru- sader tennis season came to happy culmina- tion with the come-from-behind victory over Notre Dameis second tream. With four return- ing lettermen and several experience fresh- , . . 4 5 L ,ra , r. ,-, - 7 , K . T 1 y 1 y men, the squad promises to be a top contender fl' if 1 Clif-if -lf A again in 1974. .,.. TK "1" Yu?" 1 C Don Scherer, Coach Bernie Weiss, Kent Schnack, Dave Hoffman, Tom Mantz, Mike Holste, jack Clement, john Hall. Not pictured Greg Kahlert and Rick Armbrust. 119 fm A -,eo I ' A ,T G W I . I l W 1 w fix? 1 . x , f v 5 4 1 xx- Ks., g -Y El I f ' 4 X W G0 Row I: Paul Nlnllnll. .lim SQHIIIIIIWN -Invl I'vl7 Rnw Xl l'1'l4'rs. -Q Q , S 'S' 5 ' 352,- vtfn , V? Q, l 4' 3'2" -'ff Q: 'Wffa "-yn WN' C A 'w Ji at X MX A. 'u 2:1011 KVIIIIIIII. Svull link:-ly. ff1I2ll'Il l'urcI4-n juvl. llrr-rl:-:is-LN - - xp. a u Y ' K.. 'muh -', F N. wr ,. Q. 'fe ' 5352. '. F" 2'-f'.'5gw ly, Q, - ,H .33 3' - ggQQH'g!. x :I ',: 5 M Y! YY51 V fi cf 'QQ 8 raw '-T' ' Mn' ,I ,. ' -fi 0 , ,Vx , F. 1 J , 5 .- 7. x . ',L:v'l""r1., ,gy 4- - . ',1'.Uff' -. .- ' - , .f W-1-M-JJ , gf' . . , ' 1 'fly-riff., -1 1 .p. ,. F X V, - , ' "?-"W-'P - 4 .l' 'f I' A if E2 rf 51. 1 w I: Tim I'1-nknlzl. jim l"ilI'I'l'Il l"v'c-1lSvln-Imr, I':ml Silliillillh, l,1'1'l'2N:1vu-.A I'4l'1llllx 1'uxI:1nf:u Dawg- Yglmll-VW,-ll,-' -lm. fgillml- Row 3: Kurt lh,fIm.istel.. .All Muutlu-5. llvll Vmnu-1, jm- M1-ale-Ilin, .I Wlnitiam Row 2: 'Ik-rl Huf- Rum I.:-mist 'Ikun 'l'uylm', K4-ith Kuhl, Faust Dc-l.uzzvr, jim Dc-rmocly, jay fc fill. .Iolm Pmulslxzml liulpl: DiSilxvw!ruA Miki' Skirlcal, f'z1x'm'yC'1rx'vnl Mvllmxr-Ill lilillf'l'llHl'llfll'll. Bill linu- 19 FOOTBALL Wabash to Wayne State Wittenberg Illinois Wesleyan Evansville Butler Washington Indiana Central DePauw St. jose-ph's Wheaton TENNIS Butler Evansville Notre Dame DePauw Wabash Notre Dame OPP. 7 19 sr 21 LI I2 0 I3 15 at 1 I VU 0 5 I 2 4 0 9 5 8 3 1 I 4 2 n O I 4 8 O OPP. ' 3 1 4 2 D 8 BASEBALL OPP. Delta State 16 Delta State 7 Delta State 5 Tulane 4 Tulane 8 Nicholls State f 1 St. joseplfs 2 St. joseph's 2 DePauw 1 DePauw 2 Purdue . 2 Evansville 7 Evansville 5 Notre Dame 3 Notre Dame 5 Indiana Central 8 Indiana Central 16 Notre Dame 5 Purdue 1 CROSS COUNTRX VU OPP 30 Wabash 31 Bradley 27 DePauw 45 Notre Dame 27 Southern Illinois 24 Chicago Ist DePaux Medley 10th North Central Invitational 7th Little State Meet 4th ICC Meet 21st NCAA Meet SOCCER DePauw Ball State Manchester Grace Chicago Northwestern St. Josephs OPP 4 3 2 4 8 0 0 VU 93 62 64 14 74 57 70 76 79 68 83 79 102 94 83 78 61 82 73 61 58 67 110 80 52 21 BASKETBALL UW-oshkosh Notre Dame UW-Whitewater St. Olaf VVartburg Northwestern S. Florida - Tampa Valdosta State Indiana State Tulane Illinois Wealeyan Eastern Illinois Wabash St. joseph's Indiana Central Butler Loyola DePauw Evansivlle St. joseph, s Indiana Central Butler Y DePauw Evansville Air Force Wabash OP P. 69 1 12 94 74 67 69 84 75 83 63 73 78 71 82 65 68 78 74 74 59 64 72 71 86 62 74 VU 317 322 325 164 WRESTLING vu aaa .ttttii, I OPP. 33 ttt anchester ll" ' 15 29 tti Evansville 15 8 Notre Dame 31 25 Concordia River Forest 9 32 Chicago State 17 25 Elmhurst 13 38 Concordia Seward I 3 39 Josephs 16 20 1 IjePauw by 23 15 Taylor 27 11 Wabash 36 51 North Central 6 I9 Indiana Central 22 4. t,,, VU OPP GOLF St. Josephs Olivet Purdue fCalumetJ Indiana Central- 5th place in Notre Dame relays 53 Wabash 60 56 Millikin 57 42 Central Michigan 71 38 Oakland ses 111 7 5 45 whgygrott j 67 40 DePauw QV 65 U. of Ill. - Chicago 48 78 Rockford 40 61 Bradley 52 63 Butler 50 27 Evansville 86 3rd place irijICC ll oPP. ' 313 340 327 166 5th place St. joseph's Invitation 6th place Indiana Central Invitation 4th tie VU Invitation ' Ist place Butler Invitational 3rd place ICC M EET Field Hocke i f B , , . W A i i if .gf I 4 3, . . I L 1 . , Q 1 4 A A il- ' , I 1 vw 9 1 ., fy -5, - ....4 - fa., , pg, I Yi - 1 . s- ef THE VVOMENS FIELD HOCKEY TEAM IS PICTURED ABOVE. Row 1: Chri5 Lottes, Pat Cole, C Coburn, jeanne Camplin, Lori Woodman, Row 2: Deborah Hoger, Barb Obermeyer, Claire Visser, Betty bert, Becky Heermann, Kathy Hammond, Lani Swing. Miss Brown. sv -1- ,- , , . .g..,--u-f-,ww MA. "W --sw-' "' ' 'sly V ,...-.- L, f,'14:3Q-, -V,4..l 4 M an 1.35 ,M- f,7:.5g1 ,.-4.v+: --4 ....--J' "' ' Volleyball "EIS-1 ' --1: L N ' -' -v-fiv wr- -' v 41- F- .S " A -l.,3f12Qi,-mga-ai! , Lang- ,,M,.,,,- Z ..,- Row l: Judy Spannenberg, Stephanie Simms, Ramona Okamora, Carol Budiow, Mary Zuccaro. Row Alison Sherwood, Miriam Bruening, Robin Dippoid, Mary Skoezyias, Carol Dudick, Pat Dean E. Bauer. Not pictured: Peggy Cole. Q ' an s me ' gl, 'A x 1, 'Q . W I X' I cd EQ : us: O ,gr ,1 Y,V, -'-i... .,N ,, I P" x 9 4 W vw.: ' ' Q' I 5' r EE TE., ,gm 515 , rr' U--' 'fm -ww-.vt---A. ,, 1 ' ----W -.-.f.. . i x Jin A Q . ' fs 1' , ts 1 ...M W ,Q--hbffh . . ' L .- R f , ya.: ."-'XII nf-K 311' . ,. , ' - n S . ,fib- M A 7 ' si . ,xl KJ' 'z Q 'pw' --.A 'Ima WN,-4,, Fix . ' N . 61 I 11 iii-.59 Wk -,,j.'F1".'. ij. 1':,"q,Q Q, k 5 H .Y 325, 5:-LX!! gif ,eg my ,fx-', ,rg A -, - .ax ,- '. B -, N V sf! E9 . I 'Wvu-,,.q.p..,,. V I V I U ' wfxfw--5-,-, " '--w wand ..w.. .-.4 I ulwj'-..,,f. 4. V -W I ..- biiqgu -5 ,- The VU w0men's tennis team had a fine season in 1973, downing Ball State, Taylor and DePauw Universities to finish with a final dual meet rec- ord of 4-1. Highlighting the season were the sin- gles performance of Becky Berman who battled to a fourth place finish in the Millikin tourney and the runner-up finish of VU,s number 1 dou- bles team of Martha Schoop and Tary Adams in the state tourney, . Tennis Row l: Judy Koepke, Martha Schoop, Paula Schoknecht, Meg Isacke, Cindy Hrisco. Row 2: Barb Speth, Kris Bachman, Becky Bergman, Tary Adams, Donna Statzell. 129 1 l r A 1 I I 2 1 G mnastics JIT' 73- 'F-C 5--M33 4-.. .--H , Y ,A 1 I W FLT' 5' " 1 -,, ' ,.. v V , - " V, Q- I -,. M , , l.i,fZ13"'.'fl5Q . . V .-,,, . , ,,1- "M ' ',,..,.., -1---N W- -A '-,-- .pw 1 V N 1 rf 1 Ah. A-1,1 A A1l,:,i , J ' gp? i i 33--535 1 - 'ffif -' fflffffel l ' 7 ,. 'J '..x.,,z J I , , , A, in '- ri' ' l :V X 4 M E GYMNASTICS TEAM MEMBERS POSE ON THE EQUIPMENT ABOVE. Stamiling on the or: Cindi Heinrich. Heidi l-Iinrichs. On Balance Beam: Carolyn Coburn, Gail Bussa. Becky? Plflul- tt, Num-y Harris. Lower Parallel Bars: Sue Smith, Kathy I-lenning. Upper Parallel Bars: Leslie Mc- nnon, Betty Humiltnn. The Cagers HMM Row 1: Chris Lottes, Pat Cole, Karen Pisarski, Carol Eckart, Mary Beth Schultz, Gina Tsoucalas, Pat Brett. Row 2: Pat Williams, Lani Swing, Jeanne Camplin, Miriam Bruening, Claire Visser, Lori Woodman, Sandy Harms, Joyce Sherokow. 132 Q'- -4 , ,igvir 1' ffl 9 4 Q 1 1 -if' , f aff? ITEQFYLA -wi: Wajiqp. -"'7ZH?.f'?"'f?! la. "Him ' Hqbam . at--fr . yfni. -J . .141 . V. ' Y i, ' K. ,. Members of Guld.Splasl1 pictured to the right are: Robin Nelson, Amy Howell, Anita Pennelcanip, Monica Bretscher, Anita Schultz, Laurie Wurf ren. Susie Quauce, Cindy DeMurc-5, Karen Recd, Rin Curtis, Lori Addis, Sarah Bretsclier, Betty Liebert, Becka Scliuvcr. 134 Women HSplash" 'n Swim Of The Swim Team Pictured In Row l Are: Bublmi Bruuku und, Dam-I1 Vullnlcr. jurlu hIl1j'df?l1, rrl 'I lmlcy. Row 2: Cincli Ame-lun. Ruth Cublcr. Amy Howell. NX 1-ncly Boyd. Sm- Bell. Drew Kirk, Isuchc. Not Pictured: Monica Bn-tsclu-r. ,b-f3.i,f5 A , Q, THE CRUSADERETTES Pictured Above in Row I Are: Suzanne Larson, Diane Trumpy, Valerie Shestina, jamie Leek, Shonnie Bilinovich, judy Fry, Lori Addis, Marliese Yackle, Susan Stemke. Row 2: Jeanne Rowan, Gail Schnaken- berg, Vickie Hawn, Charlotte Dahms, Judy Gieseking, Karen Keilman, Pam Bartousek, Diane Bockhorn, Pauline Kavadas. The Spirit of ,74 l 1 THE CHEERLEADERS, Pictured To the Left in Row 1 Are: Lori Stin- son, jean Alford. Row 2: Cindi Hein- rich, Sarah Bretscher, Patty Heiden. Row 3: Cheryl Anderson, joyce Ante- mann, Judy Spannenburg. The Crusaderette's featured twirler, jill Long, is pictured below. Intermurals Arouse Competition Among Students his 138 N 'WF-,. ' . ' - 7 - -, 1 rf mf' .5-.-'SL - . - - 3, . .ff ' A -1 wp, . , Ax? I av- -ff vyi N X' I ' r 1: in dar' . ' - J 'Nl fvf-F5434 :...3'3isa,'s:..,- .L "u"'+'f-xg gr . si-pw r U ry K'!lnF"' 'l.!! QM, . i' "f ?1AfffZ ,'r.f' -fyfQ:f . - '- . -- f . ...Y NN.- 5 ,. 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A li M 1 if CL-hi. jun Krc-sin, Cathy My-rs J f'. . . f ' 'Jr' if - 77i,,.ff.. lprvs. J. Susan Prulll. N mu X u- I'Hl'f INTICR l"li.-X'I'l'fliNl'l'X QIOUNCII.: Vic Nelson. St-ull Buch-1, Nlilw .-Kivlln, .-Xl llim .mL Rub Cnltvl. D1-I liuicim-clx ic-n l.11llrm-:lu-, Win Winn-r, lvff llrrlmktrum. Cllnuck Buch- nun. RiL'kB1xxlvl', Ql'lS1IIljL.Tillli liokus, RPM, 'A I.-. .Fil ,. it aio' ,EMI 4 4: .eg . Uv-fqof-' -wav: t- Inter Fraternity Council 0 IW 149 THE ALPHA, S 1. Bonnie Sattelmeier fSec.l 2. Nancy Clark fPres.l 3. Ian Mielke CV.P.l 4. Carolyn Coburn lTreas.l 5. Paula Schoknecht 6. Sue Thompson 7. Ruth Beermann 8. Suejenson 9. Roberta Dillman 10. Lorie Koller 11. janet Schmidt 12. Cathi Nieter 13. Carolyn Sittler 14. Becky Lawton 15. Denise Vlad 16. Gail Young 17. Donna Iverson 18. Shelley Klein 19. judy Koepke 20. Diane Bockhorn 21. LeAnn Holst 22. Janet Sauerman 23. Donna Waldschmidt 24. Karen Schmidt 25. Tammy Bienz 26. Laura Monroe 27. Jeanne Camplin 28. Sue Karas 29. Ann Kraegel 30. Leslie McKinnon 31. Diane Habitz 32. Ve Kunkel 33. Holly Hageman 34. Debbie Nyland 35. Terry Tutwiler 36. Margaret Schwan 37. Patty Heiden 38. Sue Russler 39. Kathy Chylla 40. Mary Toelke 41. Marie Lauhe 42. Cheryl Dauro 43. Sue Fruehe 44. Pat Butz 45. Marliese Yackle 46. Susie Micha Not Pictured: Lynn Behrendt Adrienne Milbradt Linda Nieting Debbie Reynolds Carol Schaffrick Pam Smith Julie Wilke Linda Wuetig 9145 5 5 L as an ' 3' .4 qs 4 In Q Q -5 yi 5 1 O I5 lb 'I If "1 '70 J' 2 2, J 25 B ' Ji va s 7 L, 5 N I3 D ll 7 Alpha Phi Delta The XI'S Denise Scalcucci Karen Zirbel 1Treas.l Sally Foster iV.P.J Beth Schmidt Pam Tollefson CSec.J Diane Hansson Lisa jenkins Zoe Corenson Dawn Sahbo Deb Dagenuis julie Olivieri Carolyn Ruppel Diane Chiappe Cathy Saresky Deh Stone Cloria Maechtle Barb Mcliiernan Paula Boock Chris Teibel Char Lee Belmore Star Long LuAnn Kroek Carole Pesko Leslie Nordstrom jocly Maple Val Conroy Sarah Schwehn 28. Karen Rados 29. Holly Evans 30. jan Marion Sl. Karen Pisarslci 32. Marilyn Koob 33. Shari Krugler 34. Karen Strong 35. Betty Unger 36. Karen Liska 37. Edie Westhy 38. Roni Tomlinson 39. Rae Rocco 40. Chris Bachman 41. Sandy Schultz 42. julie Vetter 43. Karen Anderson Not Pictured Becky Tinglino CPre Amy Omholt Marcie Skove Kathy Young Karen Cox Robin Sehirmer Shari Stieg Kate Bothwell Rose Crott Donna Garigliano Debbie Budd 5.1 lpha Xi Epsilon mmm K' 57 an 5 W 4' . a 5 JM J 1511 :ai at J, 33 51 H DU Chi Sigma X The CHI'S 1. Toni Dokas 2. Sue Pickard 3. Laurie Bluemlein 4. Kathy Robinson CTr 5. Linda Pagel CV.P.J 6. Pat Thompson 7. Louise Williams 8, Chris Fisher fPres.J 9. Pris Colton 10. Elyse Krauss eas.J 11. Ruth Cabler CSec.l 12, Patti Hoekstra CSec 13. Anna Wagner 14. Linda Schwamb 15. Carol Lynch Not Pictured: Tina Hunget Ian Bullington Andrea Olson fSec.J Lisa Magalotti Beth Buescher 1 , I5 I5 'W 'A n "' f 7 3 3 'i 5 5 1 8 jo 53 55 H 55 :Ho 5 'T 57 yi gm ao, ai .11 as as 24 949 I- 13177515 II-f '3 1.95454-759 """f The CAMMA'S Lori Addis Eileen Bishop Nina Marsoobian Maria Pojeta Pam Hudson Rae Merced Eileen Drew Dawn Vollmer Paula Lester Sarah Bretscher Joyce Antemann Deb Jensen Judy Nicholi Barb Hessert fPres.J Becky Carlson Laurie Zell Stephanie Schwartz val Schrage Eileen Brubaker Marilyn Eils Diane Longer Ann Hedgecock Suzanne Davies Pat Canney CTreas.J 25. Nicky Gummerus 26. Karen Fischer CVPD 27. Sue Paul 28. Kathy Straub 29. Nancy Moldenhauer 30. Leanne Busillo 31. Shirley Frank 32. Liz Fecht 33. Bevjohnson 34. Deb Karstens 35. judy Fry 36. Cindy Nugent 37. Deb Bohn CSec.l 38. Deb Stivers 39. Nancy Chael 40. Carol Korgan Not Pictured: Betty Leibert Tary Adams Barb Hinton Lisa Long Gloria Thompson joann Kluever julie Neymark fSec.J Barb Speth Gamma Phi Elppa Psi mega 5 ll I! I1 15 11' 3 ll I l as ivy' 35 4 aiaxsogaaw GA ia GMA A ,Q n My The KAPPA'S 1. Mary Fitz 2. Laura Lueeke 3. Nina Sanders 4. Pat Zumph 5. Ann Hellermann 6. Nancy Hering 7. Bonnie Kowske 8. Chris Fergusson 9. Sandy Reguly 10. Cheryl Wienk 11. Sue Schoenherr 12. Kathy Speck 13. Sherry Strietelmeier 14. Cathy Myers 15. Nancy Vogelsang 16. Anita Wittmann 17. Carol Eckert 18. Diane Rugan 19. Nicki Boeck CSec.l 20. Nancy Ceuss 21. Elise Offermann 22. Marcia Boltz 23. Kathy Brelje 24. Kathy Schultz 25. Holly Schindler 26. Kathy Crieger fV.P,J 27. Chris Chadima 28. Cindy Dathe 29. Val Amigh 30. jane Schoenheck 31. Edna Mather 32. Marylou Barrett CTre Cindi Amling 34. Kim Anclrup CSec.7 35. Nancy Meissner 36. janet Holsaple 37. Claudia Wilkins 38. Margie Harkness Not Pictured: Phyllis Podgorski lPres.l Dawn Dolejs Emily Ferguson Kay jaeger jean Kunde Candy Ladd jane Miller Betsy Russell Nancy Stuendel Helene Wasynchuk Terry Moss HS The KTZ'S l. jan Eades 2. Kristi Ecklund 3. Laura Matusik 4. Ruth Centes 5. Sue Cox 6. Carol Roth 7. Karen Smith 8. Laurie Twietmeyer 9. Michele Chambeilan 10. Bobbie Hibbs 11. jean Cebuhr 12. Kathy Pantaliolus 13. Deb Goodman 14. jo Halvensleben 15. Diane Walter 16. Vicki Witt 17. DebSteep1es 18. Betsy Betker 19. Barb Obermeyer IT 20. Ann Bean CV.P.J 21. KathyChristenscn 22. Bev Smith 23. Barb Adams 24. jan Kresin 25. Cai1Schnakenberg 26. Cindy DeMares 27. Susan Eckhardt Not Pictured: jan Loesch Nancy Lavery Denise Kurtis fSec.1 TCSS, 1 Q1 910 Q5 34 9-5 JJ J 1 J .5 L+ 5 ga nl 8 Q io ,I :Q I5 appa au Zeta S ' JO '9 I lb '5 H 4 15 as 51 AB BW 'IU -+I 'Jo 55 -u WW if 3 . .Q '5 9- 342 3. 50 9,1 015 Q1 aw Phi Beta Chi The BETAS Debbie Schlifke Bobbe Adelmann Diane Corson julie Cuengerich Carol Bergman Cindy Baranovic CT Clare Ciannamea Betty M iksad VVazoo jerry Wetmore M argo Vonderlage Linda Roettger Bonnie Nagel Barb Hemmann Lynn Smith reas. J Peggy Tampson julie Ostap Lynn Eisert judy Spannenberg Cindy Amelon Ioan Christiansen Karen Balchunas Sue Rex Cindy Zoss Pat Fricke Sara Hagemann Melinda Raschke Brenda Schuster CSec.l Mary Anne Bauschelt Helene Covert 31. Val Shestina 32. Barb Virginas 33. Rin Curtis 34. Gail Bussa 35. Cindi Heinrich 36. PaulaWille 37. Mary Ann Koppelman V. P. J 38. Debbie Cehl 39. Marilyn Skow 40. Lynne Schoenfeldt CPres.D 41. Lynn Overling 42. Peggy Cole Not Pictured: Barb Andresen Pam Becher Becky Bergman Sue-Brinkman Celia Cogan Nancy Cokinda Candy Fisher Marti Coldammer jan Herron Patty Kein Val Lockwood Wendy Newlun Sue Papenfuss Diana Tereba The PHI O'S Jill Kleinert Marcia Johnson C. Miller Fetus the Frog Berri Townsend Judy Hillert Gail Hocksprung CTreas.J Barbara Moran fPres.J Dori Yursky Cassandra Bowyer Ann Chakinas Ellen Fanslau 13. Karen Kirkland 14. Rosey Spice 15. Donna Cox 16. Donna Lewis 17. Linda Phillips 18. Marge Mumford 19. Kandyce Kraus 20. Jan Ahrens 21. Cindy Hartman 22. Wendy Cornwell 23. Paula Lang 24. Michelle Moscato 25. Marilyn Preuss 26. Mary Warner 27. Nan Massieon 28. lnki Bossert 29. Cheryl Rogers 30. ViekiM0ore 31. ClaudiaWill 32. Mary Selle 33. NancyJohnson 34. Jamie Leek 35. Diane Geist 36. Jan Jeffries 37. Sue Meyer 38. Barb Schwarz 39. Judy Fuerstenberg 40. Cathy Brown 41. Linda Cillund Not Pictured: Pat Johnson Marcy Lovett CSec.J Sue Kaericher Dona Edmondson Helen King Sue Mimozo Gloria Jimenez Lyn'Ebert Wendy Moretti ,c .31 JL LH we xii 58 5, in Jw A a I Q QGNVXJTRU-LR I J 3 5 L 7 I s'ac Ji hi mega Q P' 4 m , t f k l 'gl 5 ll A J The DELTA SIGS Ralph Dehne Charlie Smith Bob Sengele CPres Ken Klein Terry Zeihiel Dan Stoehr Clete Anderson Bob Heckmann Grant Hiesterman Dan Zenzinger Paul Kindschi .J Tom Horvath fTreas.J Dennis McDowell jim lhde Art Boos Geoff Grant jay Kruezer Ric Swanson jim Chatha Glenn Dobosz john Bean Scott Donovan Larry Geyer fV.P.l Dave Heinzelmann Randy Miller l 1 - -in 1 Delta Sigma Phi e as 91 9' .20 ,-4 V5 su- 1-1 I I3 ,, I J. 3 if q' 4 HNF-ffldh fx ,I 4, 5, 1 I7 ,Q .1 P9 JJ v H IA H 31 i 'fb ,g-0 5 ll: I5 Io Q D 1 2 F 7 -1 Lambda Chi pha The LAM BDA CH IS Dave Windall Bob Voss fSec.l Boh Thompson Les Main Brad Bobo Tarey Gabriel Mike Holste Dave Homer Bob Gottel George Carlson Eric Fehlau Mark Rasmussen Mike Meyer jack Barkley Russ Tippy jeff Crist Dan McAdams jon Forker fPres.l Dean Hauersperger Tom Furtwangler Kevin Leissring jim Bolgert . .Paul Heim Bob Pangrac 25. Bob Mertz 26. Marty Smith 27. Grant Krafft 28. Ken Laurence 29. john Boon 30, jon Cook 31. Dave Soike QT 32. jack Clement 33. Greg Moyer 34. Dave Notary 35. Fritz Miller 36. Dave Bray 37. Rick Russell 38. Steve Teichler Not Pictured: Boh Schmalzle Dick Reeves George Daily Bob VVerner Al Zehnder jay' Kunzler john Spear jeff Smallclon Rich Davis F935 The PHISIGS Drew Babcock Bob Van Amburgh Kevin Yancey Duanne jorganson Jeff Human fV.P.l David Klug Al Walker CSec.J Doug Miller fSec.l Bur Darkow Bob Barton 11. Bill lltzsche 12. jerry Gudim 13. George Reichler 14. jim Vater 15. Brian Fasse 16. Paul Stork lBircl1 17. David Volkmann CTre 18. Mark McGrew 19. john Schrader fPres.l 20. Chuck Bachman as.J jeff Savage Kim Sisson Larry Ulrich Rick Henline Ed johnson Dave Geisler fGoosel jack Esala CNumsl Rick Dougherty Greg Solak Bruce Bibler 31. Paul Schmidt Not Pictured: john Ludolph jeff Bunke Curt Abraham jim Myers Mark Wagner Steve Krenz Chuck Ereville Dennis Langton Phi Sigma Epsilon 1 5 ya ., Q, ,, vi ia VR fli bisrfftufl Sigma Phi Epsilon K Nh LMA 4 ..-H 4 ww . rr ... rw l .44 J ri . A vm 2 4 3 X a .Q ' rr, ' 5 3 'i L1 1 in rx in it The SIC EPS 1. Bruce Kamp 2. jim Schoening 3. Ralph Trimpe 4. jack Brink 5. Roy Keifer 6. Bill Mays CSec.J 7. Dan Schultz 8. Bob Clark 9. Don Pell 10. john List 11. Neil Kielsel 12, Tom Altstiel 13. Rich Roy 14. Scott Leal 15. Mark Wallace 16. Steve Bergclahl 17. Paul Wells 18. Bob Buhle Tim Esala john Haniotes Ken Kleinschmidt Neal Arndt Bill Gray Don Prahl Kevin Kleidon fTr eas.l Cus Behnke CPres.l Tom Martin Lew Woike Cary Pleickhardt Tom Ross Lee Roclencal Mark Nielson Paul Nagy fSec.l Merlin Hroch Rick Simpson Terry Lamb john johnson Cary Foltz john Fay Dan Lowe Cary Croth Ron Gebauer Raleigh jones Howie Mueller john Holzer Denny Metzger jeff Berger Mr. Moose Steve Harms Skip Hess Rich Pehlke Win Winter jim Baker Sam CV.P.J 55. Harry Gilmore 56. Roger Schlichting 57. Rex Sherrarcl Not Pictured: Byron Cook Paul Mattes Tom Stewart Randy Knuth john Dzurik John Huttenun Keith Letta Dan Linsley Glenn Seefeldt Dave Zonsius Gary Marowski Cary Brown Cary Weber Pete Keck Sigma Pi 'U 'Wiipfliiiill wma 41 A -- . The SIG PIS 1. Charles Claypool 2. Mike Gaffney 3. Paul jaglinski 4. james Warden 5. Lisa Sanders 6. Thomas Czernobil 7. William Hughes 8. Karen Buskirk 9. Ada Hutchins 10. Cynthia Kenny 11. Susan Roeser 12. Dennis Werner 13. john Hutchins 14. Barb Kuehmsted 15. Mark Schmidt CTreas.D 16. Dave Bohning 17. Bruce Bashman 18. David Dauberman fV.P.l 19. Larry Warg 20. Buzz Krueger 21. David Burnett 22. Nancy Schmidt 23. Foy Keefer 24. Ed Cenkush fPres.l 25. Carol Friese 26. john Westerman 27. Craig Frank 28. Laurie Kind! 29. Marilyn Younghouse 30. john Shoemaker 31. Rene Rollins 32. Becky Drews 33. Charles Busch 34. Greg Peters 35. Sue Behm 36. jill Snyder 37. Larry Mau 38. Chris Patras 39. jeffMason 40. jeff Holmstrom fSec 41. Dan Milleville 42. jefflvliller 43. Mark Steinbruecker 44. Debbie Struharik 45. Greg Kahlert 46. Juergen Voss 47. Mary Schultz 48. Don Neubacher 49. Steve Thalmann 50. David Espinoza 51. Bob NVersto 52. Louise Badder 53. Ernie Maestranzi 54. Alan Benzer 55. Fred Beeching Not Pictured: William Bates Paul Dey Dan Hufstedler Ralph Carlson Kieth Flenner Dan Rengstorf Bob Kretzmann Dan Brandt Tom Graf F-:AQ , 7 U2 - Bali! igma Tau Gamma zafi-Ha .1 I-311' A HMWISWX dh M H' WW The SIC TAUS Spider Munchiess jim Albertson Max Meyers Heather Haller Leah Liptalc Tom Stoka Tom Farabaugh Leigh Cerny john Spandikow Helmut Fondue Curt Lieneck jan Walrath Kay Simmons Rusty Center Kathy Lentz Combat Summers 18. Dan Havlir 19. Ken Krauss 20. Mike Fink 21. Bill VVinter 22. Sherry Harris 23, Bruce Carlson 24. Ron Fitz 25. Mike Schindhelm 26. Debbie Plese 27. Ace Sergeant Not pictured: Rich Blauvelt Mark Boelter Craig Cermak Rich Schoenbohm Marshall Skibhe Bill Uhl jack Van Kley 163 Front Row: T. Fliege, P. Peterson, K. Forsyth, C. Ancil, I. Tasker, B. Kir- Hilten. Row 3: D. Blubaugh, N. Haalboon, Duke, M. Mahonie, Puddles, choff. Row 2: j. Kunz, J. Tanner, R. Nelson, R. Walke, L. Augenstein, jake, Schroeder. y 1'-ni Front Row: M. Peyrot, T. Lane, D. Hahn, W. Brett, M. Trough, P. Korotky, Row 3: R. Mueller, M. Winthrop, K. Anderson, R. Stochel, C. Pixler, B. Simmonson, B. Thalacker, S. Kiefer, B. Fronczak, B. Schneider. Row 2: Hanson, D. Heidorn, S. Lauderdale, I. Stine, A. Reincke, A. Binder, M. DeBowske, K. Schallenberger, G. Vician, S. Gravelie, C. Schroeder, J. Navratil, T. Tulon, S. Nielson, Kock. Ehler, D. Wallace, T. Galli, R. Chapa, H. Proctor, L. Mohr, E. Dukatz. Front Row: D. Russler, V. Nelson, T. Dooley, W. Kindler, H. Millian, D. T. Dellas, M. Aronica, D. Moore. Row 3: I. Van Horn, M. Synder, DiBlaiso, R. Elseroad, T. Nelson, G. Olund, D. Huggett. Row 2: J. Dem- Sproull, W. Melser, K. Krenek, K. Schnack, I. Schneider, K. Berlick, gen, S. Strasburg, I. Ecklund, D. Lenz, K. Niederstein, D. Green, W. Rajki, Hoerl, R. Schilling, B. Elliott, I. Kirchner. 164 Front Row: jake,VR. Reising, D. Bella, T. Mitzner, I. Krumm, I. Niems. Row 2: P Denasco, D. Hoffman, E. Eilmann, M. Rendall, D. Sherber, J. Fredricks, R. Spees B. Lauber, K. Zak, M. Schlichting. Row 3: R. Fehr, I. Krueger, E. Piele, B. Enviol, D Schulz, S. Schroeder, D. Lawton, M. Mistera, B. Baker, D. Reynolds. Top: L. Evans j. Obermann. Front Row: G. Winkler, M. Aiello, R. Baxter, M. Olivieri, G. Giles, Mr. X, T. Moriar- ty, D. Oestermeyer, D. McCullough, A. Rausch, J. Galebach, M. Dever. Row 2: S. Lett, R. Rakoczy, W. Ganek, C. Canning, E. Buchroeder, J. Lazzaro. Row 3: I. Leo, M. Forechi, R. Wohlgemuth, S. Yates, F. Arute, R. List, G. Scheumann, A. Debelak, S. Danielser, D. Potter. Student Senate is an instrument of the student body, organized to encourage student participation in the University government. It provides a forum for discussion and means for action of is- sues concerning students. Below: STUDENT SENATE MEMBERS ARE. Row 1: L. Rucker, M. Fitz. R. Craig, C. Close, S. Neuberger. 1. Bolgert, L. Willis Cpres. lg Row 2: C. Rose, R. Samuel, I. Ihde. C. Viciau, B. Mayyou, M. Huughee Cv.p.l, S, Anglemire. B. Cire. ' At Left: the Executive Board reviews the Stand- ing Committees and appoints members to the committees. 'ba ,pi-N 167 NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION COMMITTEE seeks to develop a program of activities to acquaint new and transfer students with the cam- pus. Members shown below in row 1 are: B. Tuomi, L. Deck Cco-chrm.D, D. Jackson, R. Strickland. Row 2: M. Weise, C. Tully, I. Dierks, K. Fasel, S. Marz fco-chrm. J. COMMITTEE ON ACTIVITIES, headed by john Tasker, works for the development and coordination of a social, cultural, and recreational pro- gram which involves all students. ix: Z.::'sfi"ff-,. s is x"'9" .iimffa-:sf,,0,e ' mst'-F1 1 'Q I fx l' A: l 168 fiifbfa 1 fb Jig" FLYING CLUB is a new organization on campus, developed from a growing student interest in aviation. The group learns about aviation and makes trips to the airport for actural flying experience. Members pic- tured above in row 1 are: I. Morr, G. Frohl- ing, R. Rocco, L. Balke. Row 2: B. Enevold, J. Gruettner, Prof. Lennes, D. Thomas, K. Hreha, B. Kirby, A. Gonzalez, B. Mason. Row 3: D. Massman, R. Mullen, G. Pugh, T. Putra, V. Sells. SENIOR CLASS STEERING COMMIT- TEE is in charge of the graduation exercises of the class of 1974, as well as planning the Senior Week activities. Committee mem- bers at left are: J. Ostap, R. Lestina, S. Smith, B. Simonson, M. Winthrop Cchrm.J, I. Barkley. COMMITTEE OF UNION OPERATIONS controls the use of Union space. The com- mittee coordinates the events that take place in the Union and directs the game room and bowling alleys. Members below at left are: E. Nolke, B. Kowske, D. Meyer fchrm.J, C. Amelon, Miss Olson fadvisorl, K. Edahl. 4- 169 Qs P-iii Gr , K - A '- ? Ax 5 , ' f H '5:: ' f "-' ""' I "" , if ...YQ -'-- ,I 3' x l ' A , .4 N , H 67" 'U' 'xl' I 'V ' rw., 3 4-' 1 ,ffl -'Q 1,91 QQ -'n 'Ig 9 A' ,' Eiluiiib-:x f3'-,'.121,-' ,:1 :3 f - U xii in a.+v1,12i'5'i'3Z'35'fbj. ' Af . ,. avg? k u I! fi ,Q cg Q 1,-gaf v -I . - , p Q E i 5 llkrz: ,1,a-L 1 -1m v5Qfiq1 , af., .Vi Y A 'Q .us 'i' 'Ms-1 i ' .. : Y J, Q.g U" - .4 ' .5 xx 'X -, ' 9- 1 A x " Q iv. ' I , I' s- QL , va - 'B 'f B u L .. Il' E Q in KN'- .4 1 V 'H H.. y A 5' 4 4 gr it A tilt The Honor Council is a judiciary body which reviews cases which are brought up as violations ofthe honor code. Left and far below, the Honor Council discusses a pending case after hearing testimony. The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers seeks to broaden the education of engineers in preparation for a profes- sional career. Officers are C. Shewan Csecl, T. Graf Ctreas. J, E. Shewan, A. Surges, A. Smith. yn 171 S I a A i ALPHA LAM BDA DELTA is an honor- ary fraternity for freshmen women. The society promotes academic and social functions for women on campus. Officers above are: V. Amigh Csecj, C. Loven Cco-chrmj, I. Schoenbeck ftreas. J, K. Augustine fsr. advisorl, I. Huebschmann Chistorianl, C. Fergusson Cco-chrm. J. THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS brings students and professors together for informal activities such as guest speakers, field trips, and a banquet. Offi- cers at right are: N. Meissner Cv.p.J, R. Pehlke Ctreasj, B. Pangrac fseol, J. Laz- zaro Cpres. J. THETA SIGMA PHI is a classical fra- ternity for students in Greek and Lat- in. The group participates in trips to Greek plays and yearly conventions. Members at left are: Dr. Reincke Cad- visorl, Dr. Helms Cadvisorl, C. Cahill Qsecj, A. Bucholtz, K. Pritchard, N. Lamb Cpres. J, C. Zimonja. PHI MU ALPHA is a musical fraterni- ty for upperclassmen. Its projects in- clude ushering for all musical events and presenting musical programs. Members shown clockwise below are: S. Hilpert, W. Bonner, S. Cook, B. Beicke, I. Schoening, D. Piehler, G. Langvardt, C. Kallendorf, L. Geffert, D. Wray. I lf lf I 1 173 1,,'- 3 U V T I ll J, .V D 4 :ww fig' 2 gr Q M, Q r X f L v -5 v 1 R if -fd ,Q ' rf. - I .. . 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The editors below are: M. Kurtis, E. Bishop, N. Hering, L. Nordstrom, K. Pritchard, B. Kowske, J. Huebschmann, L. Roett- ger, and D. Nees. 178 THE TORCH staff publishes the campus newspaper twice a week. Above, the staff poses in front of the Valpo Waffle Shop, a spot of frequent visitation after deadlines. Black Cau- cus seeks to give black students on campus greater unity, and plans activ- ities among themselves. At left, mem- bers in row 1 are: M. Neal, V. Willett, L. Robinson, A. Simmons. Row 22: P. Hightower, J. Hamb, M. Hill Cv.p.I, C. Stancil, W. Fields. Row 3: P. Brooks, M. Fowlkes, L. Pollard, V. Davis, V. Fluker, T. Page. Row 4: K. Prowell, D. Fowlkes, I. Fowlkes Cpres.l. 179 Q 1 Z? g, . . X-O l 1 ,:.' :A 4 ig 1 . 2 -if ff 'F ' QQ Cl-nfl, ' E, Q gli' x V: .-6 uf' J rw, .5 I 1 wg 'Y A mf.. j .U 'r .i' ' 'S Q ff' CHAPEL RECEPTIONISTS are a group of student volunteers who work in the Chapel office. Receptionists at upper right are: M. Cudat, K. De- Young, L. Stiehl, C. Sieving, L. Kilgas. CHAPEL GUIDES supply historical and statistical information to visitors of the Chapel. Guides at right are: H. Voth, B. White, P. Shopek, C. Mortimer. ALTAR GUILD sets the altar for communion every Sunday. Other ac- tivities are ironing robes, dusting, and trimming candles. Members below in row 1 are: K. DeYoung, D. Konrad, L. Stiehl, M. Landou. Row 2: B. Hagge, S. Kasten, C. Eiwen, K. Delventhal. Row 3: B. Mertz, V. Cens, M. Mum- ford, J. Alford. Nl. ,, II 182 CHAPEL ACOLYTES assist in the Chapel's various worship services. Acolytes shown above in row 1 are: B. Looman, R. Piro, S. Kozar, L. Morath, D. Cerike, S. Cook, A. Yox. Row 2: K. Meritt, J. Plagens, K. Klein, I. Bunke, G. Marowski, C. Seefeldt, L. Wioke, R. Schlichting. CHAPEL USHERS aid those attend- ing worship services in the chapel Ushers pictured at left in row 1 are: D Haflin, L. Hess, J. Mortimer. Row 2 T. Henning, D. Swearingen, A. Smith G. Mortimer. Row 3: S. Wolaver, J. Nichols, P. Muehrer, L. Blasch- ke. Row 4: K. Lotoza, C. Cahill, C. Strietelmeier. 183 The Senior Class Prom Committee is in charge of all arrangements and fi- nancing of the senior dance. Above, members are R. Gregor, I. Looman, D. Orner, J. Uragain, S. Zehuder, and I. Galebach. The Twenty plans chapel events and works to secure student involvement in the functions of the chapel. At Right, members in Row 1 are: Dr. Wehling, President Huegli, L. Ceb- harcl, R., Herzog, F. Telschow, M. Dehmlowg Row 2: Dr. Nagel, Dr. Schwan, R. Stith, N. Wegman, R. Schultz, S. Weinhorst, R, Wilson, and W. Riedel. 184 ATime and a Word is an informal singing group that performs at various campus events. The members At Left are: B. Stevens, R. Dippold, j. Cham- bers, I. Heinecke, B. Schultz, D. Cra- ven, G. Kahre, I. Herkamp, B. Russell, I. Bunk, I. Miedena, C. Wienk. People Y. se -7 fwfr:-vw .ings x VI" ,X gli' welt' 1"',"W iw?" 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Huegli ' President of the University ...Q-i' IRQ , 'W RA Walter Rubke : : j ohn Strietelrrieier hi Ricluard Koenig Vice President for Student Affairs Vice President for Academic Affairs Vice President for Public and Alumni ...T ..v Q . ., TM., 1- at fi! if ul , .. 3-3117: ' E13 say' vrm f""Q I -0.- warfa- isaflfirtx l:Fx:f3G'iu'g 57552 ' l' Norman Nagel Dean ofthe Chapel lflfifi.-1 1 .. 'fi ,iz ,Ag 5'5- ux HE' Louis Foster :ie Dehn, College of Arts and Sciences Alfred Looman Dean of Stuclent Services Harold Gram Vice President for Administration dministration ,- 5 .. Dolores Huosch William Beilfuss Dean of Women Dean of Men ' 'wfzjf W .W W' ' . ,rin Richard Laube Dean, College of Businessf3Agln1inigreraetio 11 Gilbert Lehmann DorothylSmith Z ff f1ii 5 pearl, College of Engineering Dean, College of Nurging iii Richard Baepler Dean, Christ College Iames Albers Theology Don A. Affeldt Simone Baepler Christ College Foreign Languages Roberta Barlow Emory Bauer 92 Nursing Physical Education rl' Rhea A. Adgate Home Economics Norman R. Amundsen Physical Education Elsie Bauer Physical Education E. jane Betts Physical Education l ,,,...n jill P. Baumgaertner English by I ii. Robert Beckley V 1, '- Sociology .oi .3 Robert Berry Meredith W. Berg Psychology History Rudolf H. Beilfuss Charles Bell James A. Bernard Accounting Physical Education Economics g-3' .14 -Z n -:yu "A 'n .... fa 11: I ,I Xi' .QE Gertrude Bluemel Willis D. Boyd Nursing History ll il lt X. Richard H. Brauer Paul A. Bierwagen 194 Management Art Hans Boehringer Theology William W. Bloom Biology Steven T. Brent Foreign Languages ,,,....: Severine Brocki Daniel C. Brockopp Sociology Theology 4 , X ,i . . . ' N fx U , x -g. A 'fggg-QGQQ-i-. .F H l nr 'i il . 1 fm' X 1' sin . . wx X -' X. Ruth E. Brown Erwin Buls Dennis Burfeindt Physical Education Geography Administration I :lr avi gl H 9 N - H7 .1 4 viii! file ,E - K N, Vw, ., L 3 F ITL-' it U . V V i f all 1. ' V r .1 QKYV , L , ' o r ,513 1 'Q ,. ,,.b5::,1 f ' , - '5uJ',':'4+' ff f P .lpn 'A """ f'fx ,.v ,QsCfzZ ' 7 t "'-32'-5 Q --Mk'-1--?.'?c-11 0 --f'1f:'T1:.-'!i-f!- Af-'5ff75f'- if 5 H 4' Ld-:iii 4.1 ' 'i 4 0 . .W 7-If 522 Qfmitbtgsff, ' 953170 f . 'WQQ , I: Ad.'3.'C-'.,."f , ' 4 '-7!.'. V Richard R. Caemmerer Rita M. Calloway Aff Education Kermit Carlson Mathematics 195 Daniel C. Cilo Foreign Languages Mary M. Crumpacker Foreign Languages ,EL 'S --'vm l .. X. i Robert Colyer A. Gilbert Cook james Combs Physical Education Chemistry Political Science jacilyn Cummiskey Geography Rex Cunningham English William Dallmann Speech Pathology William Dauberman Don Drinkhahn Electrical Engineering Physical Education Thomas Droege john Deters Ruth Deters Theology Chemistry Mathematics R I TEE I-7 -7 'iid Conrad Engelcler History Patricia Erdoss English James Ehrenberg Accounting William Eifrig ' Henning Falkenstein Music Foreign Languages Lloyd Edinger john Feaster Byron Ferguson Physical Education English Chemistry I 6 1'-wwe Wy'-4. Hwuun L. L. Fleming Dixie Fine Music Music Frederick Frey Margaret Filipowski Art English Carl Calow . English 34 if Philip Gehring joan Gehrke John Giver! Music Psychology Social Work f N I I Waldemar Gunther Biology fr:- ,I -cl ' I . Q john Harris Dennis Guse Psychology Speech and Drama ? Norman Hannewald 00 Music Robert Hanson Biology Thomas Hall English -q' n, X Arthur Hallerberg Mathematics Eire. ww ,neg 1' ls ' 1' is 13, Q , s fx QI X' 'a ' l M ha' r john Helms Foreign Languages Irma Hoelty-Nickel Music I .sn 1 I Kathryn janiga Bernard Hillila Nursing Education Claire Harclgrove Speech and Drama 1- Vyikx ,glgf .Li . , lr Y Ruth Herzog Wilbur Hutchins Matthew Ikeda Nursing Finance Psychology 20 r 1 1 3, l l -Q l l Y 'A ui. jeff Iohnson Sociology .wh ..,. - 'CY Arthur Kautz Maryjuell History Nursing Ida Kain Walter Keller 02 Social Work Theology lui l W 1, I Theodore jungkuntz Theology Luis Jimenez Foreign Languages Peter Karvellas Psychology Mary Ellen Kemp Home Economics William Koch Physical Education Kenneth Klein Philosophy Leonard Kochendorfer Education Luther Koepke Wayne Kiefer Theology Geography Kenneth Korby Dean Kohlhoff 203 Theology History 415. john Krause Physical Education Carl Krekeler Biology if ' , 5fL':1:'+a William Kowitz Geography ,sn- ? Diane Krebs Mathematics Gottfried Krodel Theology ..-. 9 . 'Q if , 'tri '5. ia 1 1 :C'.Ef1P " Q, , - ff-"'3n:j,. fl , A - - Richard Kroenkc Karl Krucclcenberg Mary Krueckenberg 204 Education Political Science Nursing as w, " , , , PN u . .4 l. il " L William Kroeger Music Dale Lasky Paul Lange Theology Education Margaret Lambert i Education . . , K is -...5-'- Raymond Larson Richard Lee john Lennes 5 Chemistry Christ College Mathematics 20 i r F A 1 if-fi 0 ii" l i , , , , . 1, 1 , I , . In ,ag 6. 1 W .R Q' ii ni' Edward Lesnick ' Marjorie Leoschke E-C0I10miCS Home Economics i L Elsbeth Loeppert james Loucks William Leoschke O6 English English Chemistry I 1- . X . Theodore Ludwig Theology Anita Manning Home Economics KN "4 Armin Manning Edgar Luecke Electrical Engineering Physics joseph Mc Call Leroy Martinson Music Sociology George Lux M echanical Engineering Cayton Marks Biology O 207 M urlene Moore Nursing i 'lf . in-.,-N Arlin Meyer Rod Moore E-nf-Ilish Physical Education .5 ,Q V X-1 ri, L 9 -N Thora Moulton Marvin Mundt 208 Foreign Languages Mathematics Frederick Meyer Biology Richard Millar Psychology Kenneth Mortimer Civil Engineering G Foreign Languages L 1 I X, ustav Must R03 F.--rf Dolores Mutke Nursing Edgar Nagel Chemistry Virgil Naumann Carl Noller Physics Economics i Ahmed Sami El-Naggar William Neal Civil Engineering Social Work Kenneth Nichols Biology ,. L, sf , 3 Barbara Peri 210 Biology Charles Peller Civil Engineering HE 'gfi' F: Wliigr E. William Olmstead Christ College Carol Petersen Foreign Languages paul Phipps Iudith Peters English Foreign Languages Helen Olson Allyn Peterson Director, Valparaiso Union Physical Education 1 ll' l P Rm? J Richard Pick Speech and Drama Newman Powell Music Henry Prahl English -ff' Mel Piehl William Purden Walter Rast History Physical Education Theology fel. Alice Rechlin. Joel Prouty Ceflgraphy Foreign Languages Robert Rose Mechanical .Engineering , M alcolm Reynolds Mathematics Herbert Risley English Edgar Reinke R, P A Foreign Languages 212 Marjorie Robertson Social Work Charles Rivers Raymond Robison Speech and Drama Social Work .v james Schueler Civil Engineering F? Nur Verne Sanford William Scheiderer Willam Shewan Mathematics Physics Electrical Engineering Liv . ' l K . In ivql. -VL '. K -ii!-, l V -.... 'A ' . -' f, g. f --- ' , "l I 6 1 4 l 4 t. Richard Scheimann Martin Schaefer William Schoech Philosophy History Electrical Engineering 213 5-6 Terry Shy Physical Education Lucille Shabowich Home Economics Edgar Senne Dana Schwanholt Theology Education fn.. 'hs Donald Shirer Nancy Sederberg Theodore Schwan 4 Physics Sociology Chemistry janet Sievers Accounting Fred Sitton Speech and Drama . L. Oliver Smith john L. Smith Chemistry Philosophy john Sorenson Gerald Speckhard Mathematics Education Ronald Sommer English Elsie Sprecher Nursing V a Kai Q -'Af fx, Bradford Spring Civil Engineering 4 james Startt History l l Art Janet Sullivan W! Naomi Stephan Arvid Sponberg Foreign Languages English i my 3-S Janet Sylvester John Sumrall Eugenia Stiemke Home Economics Music -EdUC3ti0l'l James C. Tan Biology Allen Tuttle English Albert Trost Norman Tychsen Political Science Administration Frederick Telschow Music Karl Thiele Theology Wayne Swihart Education M irtha Toledo Foreign Languages 217 9 -ni Charles Voelker Administration I "FH-5' Gerhard Vater Merlyn Vocke Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Wavne Von Bargen Rudolph Waldschmidt Herbert Umbach 218 Psyzghglggy Psychology P' f :UP Lou Jeanne Walton Social Work English 3' , ,- I A 4 ,A ,-,tif - 1' ' - A as , 2 5- A .'-.f- . ' ' LQ!! - L ,,. ,,.A:5:,,.4-1 . , -dr Pai. -.va V- ,,3"3L.f A - he - ' 4 -A :z2xl..,3fgf'5.jL1- 4' 'N ,, ' .- 311-1 '-,. N- - . . ,gt r 5 N 5 . I 1 Robert Weinhold Albert Wehling Theology Political Science Raymond Wilson Normand Widiger Nola Wegman Administration Theology English n . iw X Sue Wienhorgt Leslie Zoss Richard Wienhorst 2 Christ College Mechanical Engineering Music -. i rf", -fi. 5 -A sf-.4 'Q- -J' 11. 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Halvelnsleben, J. Kuecker, S. Stockton, L, Gates Olson. 24 ..y....f,,.,w-an-M-:L 1 ,gk 3 Q ' ....,, ,, .'.,. rw H V' v 1 E N ""0'5?-S-wil' 14 W ef " .ra , 'um p I .. A , ,, .,,,... ,A . .. WU N -c N, EE. -,. , --19 4, 5 I 1 ww .H .f M133 Q, Q Y .3 .. ,- N ,, :" "'. ' W V 'F :J A . Q 1 Q E.. VAL .gy -, T nw A gig , zf Qfrg J S 3 'x, Y ' ' xt 'rr el QL' f,.x xx 'ji V nl 'S R Q r f rd 1-fx . " 4 W Sui Nfl 5' is 'fa l X? 5' M' .- ,, 1 Q 3 u, .M X?" 5 -W 13? 1 ra ., ,.. VY' ,. , .. Nw 1 ., ,V YV I 1 V . 1 I J 1 ' V fk- .5 4 1' f' F ! 4 I1 F5 35? 1 k 4' Y 1 'QNQHS Y, 1 J Q 113- ' 3 QQ- if A! '-- - T I I f ' 1 , 1 M115 .an 5 54 1 g?ff!!UW1Q ' e'., I 3 i 6. Q 1 ,- ,- L5 Mc? 5- ip? .QR 4- ol , , W, V - f.. , -fp. y ,-, Q I . . ' , -nf A 11, is ' ' , , ,..., -,. , 21 .Q . . . , ,, A , . '15 ,, 5-4, '+' - uv -,. .- .1 A , . nf' .. M 5 H! K Q'-' LL jn V., - . 'W' 1.1, , .. 'fn P. , H4 ,V , , A' 6 5. .. 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Witte, T. Hochsprung, M. Nekolott, R. johnson, D. Moore, C. Knut- SECOND ROW: D. Frey, B. johnson, T. Unrath, M. Erdrnann, R. sen, D. Yucuis, D. Young, T. Printz. gl.- xc-is " 'iil 1 I .1 P ! I -N fe 'I .sf - ,f Q4 .+- 1: '- :fr , pw- A YM A . 3 , I 'I sw Qvdv A I' ,gf 1 .. WF., A' v ff '14 1- L -25 a' ' gf xv I '.!3. I .i,........., B-'Q W ew f, M it . ,Q , - :ni Y v ,1 X V ' W i g W W Y I 4 r 1 , . - i Q i 2. .V ' nv ' .- k 5 I u' a 1: I ' 1.'i','- 'LN ' 1 I :Qin gf' 3 K 5- Q, J. 1' 333 jx. A , Q ' - g , 5 X , F ,NL : . ' .ai - ' ' u 0 , X ,V 17 5 1 g Q I form fm 'z W1 ' ' '31 3- , . x . - ' : V . 7 7 .. - . x,,- '- - X Y:- -n"' ' , x " ' f Y' 1 I ' Q E Wlll 0, . A Qi fs 5 in J A We gf Q 'R' ' diff' i 73! H .- -' V K Y -K. ii':x"QZ': iff? I ' .mfg ifg f -f,f,g ',,1.a,. new 5 'NV 5 ' f 1 , I Lankenau 248 ONE NORTH, FIRST ROW: C. Ladd. SECOND ROW: C I. Olivieri, N. Stuendel. B.Thuber. THIRD ROWQ K. Cc Fisher, M. Fitz. ONE SOUTH, FIRST ROWg Human, M. Chiles, L. SECOND ROWQ H. Mertz, Dorf, K. Salmon, V. Salone. -1- we P ., ' . :af -cfm I .N G. Of' '.."a I' 'L z 1 A5 f 1 I fy, -. , if ' ' r 1" wr 'Ia Q In -"' 1 f 35.3, wr 1 tv! KV5 I HH W gl 1 ll- . l l ' A 3. I I I . , . 'W . t .. . v If ffl TWO NORTH. FIRST ROW: K. Hoffmann, T. Page, N. Harris. L. Ono, C. Slattery, S. Krueger. D. Liebbe. K. Dase, B, Phillips. N. Schroeder, P. Candido. SECOND ROWg D. jarosch, W. Colacicco. Smith, FOURTH ROW, C. Rabess, L. Bray, C, Etzlcr. L. Woltman. S. Brandt, L. Norton, C. Cantonis, I. Heronemus. THIRD ROW: I. 5. Russler, C. Keller. C. Tsoucalas, S. Colis. Y i I I , fl I .. I 4 -. - - a I ' 1 r 2 vi-112 TWO SOUTH, FIRST ROW, B. Gold. J. Hadley, j. Unger, S. Sittler, A, Crosshans. THIRD ROW: K. Burcla. I. Frank. W. Boyd. L. El- P. Hudson. j. Franke. SECOND ROW, P. Meyer. K. Johnston. D. lcow, K. Roe. C. Peel. A. Talariclc. S. Plancler. D. Hollingsworth. M. C-ebhardt, C. Holzer. K. Fox, D. Rowley, B. llickovich, 1. Karasch, Wilkin. D. Salmo. 24 Lankenau tafmq f mf ' QQ. 'ld y. V . rl IQ: ml '. 5? I L, 1 - 5-.'.Q. A ,X I "x. 'ir 250 54 .4 - M, IP- L- .1 THREE NORTH, FIRST ROW: M. Parker, S. Freutel, D. O'Dell, C. Gourley, D. Wilson. THIRD ROWg D. Stochel, P. Ross, Happy the Ramsey, D. Plese, S. Stockhaus, D. Patchak, K. Reid, G. Pan-ten, P. Turtle, S. Kraiewski. L. Festa. C. Harris, S- Sergeant, F. Wahlstrom, Schroeder. SECOND ROW, M. Hecht, D. jernberg, L. Losey, G. P. Florian, B. Deming, I. Miller, M. Halkias. Schlundt, A. Hutchins, B. Hoeppner, I. Eklou, S. Brink, B. Brown, L. x , it rx, iw, .I f 2 I. THREE SOUTH, FIRST ROW, B. Bookwod. SECOND ROW, N. B. Plunkett, L. Fowler. FOURTH ROW, K. Stuhl, M. Schoop, I. Guenette, I. Pluta, M. Hebert, D. Edler, D. Franzen, S. Newberger, Parker, R. Dippold, 1. Deshaney, I. Halsey, T. Lyon, K. Sherman. C. Creckel, D. Lorfeld, A. Smith, E. Olivieri, M. Schoedel. THIRD FIFTH ROW, D. Iarchow, I. Smith, 1. Warnke. ROWg S. Boeck, N. Call, L. Rucker, H. McLeod, B. May, T. johns, 4113 4 v-wi FOUR NORTH, FIRST ROW, j. McMaster, C. Eavey, M. Bruening, THIRD ROW, I. Tomaszewski, Pestennan - Barney the Man, C. C. Ruiz, C. Robinson, A. Hammersmith, D. Schwarz, R. Petereit, I. Freise, D. Strasburg, I. VanDenI-lout, D. Battle, C. Rhodes, N. Mulrenan. SECOND ROW, L. Rueter, S. Pscion, G. Yates, Y. Cris- Schmidt, M. Younghouse, R. Rollins, M. Schultz, P. Butz. FOURTH som, C. Culp, C. Dudick, S. Dommer, B. Miller, S. Fuchs, C. Stancil. ROW, C. Streit, K. Belau, K. Kujawa, L. Cerny, L. Kelsey. FOUR SOUTH, FIRST ROW, A. Blicklei, D. Hackesbarth, D. Bich- THIRD ROW, S. Stemke, A.Thornton, G. Bell, L. Baumbach, V. ner, Z. Schmidtke, C. Sampson, P. Kiebel, R. Williams. SECOND Luebcke, S. Hart, D. Thomas, B. Mason, N. Droll, I. Anderson, J. ROW, A. Morenz, K. Krautstrunlc, P. Maile, C. Schuette. D. Ko- Cehrke. chersberger, D. Laing, P. Vierk, I. Haeger, C. Chancellor, K. Jutzi. 21 ',. ' H L' , -' '!g!'u'!iiInl I llxwfl A V' 113:53-ian ' gl: ' A I I ' f? . . I , 'P .--ln' ,ru-jr.: ' Lankenau 252 FIVE SOUTH. FIRST ROWg C. Merriweather. I... HUII. M. Walsh L. Kloth. March, D. Class. SECOND ROW: D. Mays. K. March,j Mavden, D. Claussen, D. Tate. THIRD ROWg S. Urban, R. Dyer, L. Lclrnerer, C. Stoskopf. FOURTH ROWg M. Augustine, L. Balke, D Kucinkas. S. Zillman, B. Tonkovich, 1. Parker, B. Carlson. FIFTH ROWQ I. Mason, N. Rohn, K. Lindholm, A. LeBIance, D. Heinitz, H. Haller, I. Alford, C. Eiwen. Deaconess DEACONESS, FIRST ROW: B. Ruhe, R. Waetzig, M. Doversber- C, Lau, J. Stanko, S. Larson. THIRD ROWQ S. Harms, j. Alden, E. ger, F. Briggs, I. Jenzen, M. Kling, V. Witte. SECOND ROWg j, Fanslau, M. Claus, C. Bruni, J. Rowan, V. Hawn, B. Boyer, L. Beltz, Larson, T. Gennrich, J. Ostermann, D. Ceehrer, L, Luster, C. Peters, M. Kyle, E. Hirtzel. 253 Seniors gr Edmund Akioka, B.S. Honokaa, Hawaii Robert Alexander, B.S. Schenectady, New York Thomas Altstiel, B.A. Fort Wayne, Indiana joan Anderson, B.S. Worcester, Maryland Neal Arndt, B.S. San Pierre, Indiana Frank Arute, B.S. New Britain, Connecticut Ellen Asmus, B.A. Neenah, Wisconsin Lynn Augenstein, B.A. Waldo, Ohio Barbara Adams, B.S. Westlake, Ohio Roberta Adelmann, B.S. Lockport, Illinois Ian Ahrens, B.A. Ogden Dunes, Indiana Michael Aiello, B.A. Garfield Heights, Ohio Davenport, Iowa Sue Anglemire, B.A. Rockford, Illinois Ioyce Antemann, B.S. Chicago, Illinois Kathleen Arlt, B.A. Barbara Andresen, B.A. Morganville, New Jersey .Eva , ,lik Robert Baker, B.A. Williamsville, New York William Balgeman, B.S. Kankakee, Illinois Debra Bandelow, B.S. Prospect Heights, Illinois John Barkley, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Drew Babcock B.A. Chicago. Illinois Charles Bachman, B.A. Paullina, Iowa Alice Baehre, B.S. Kent City, Michigan Patricia Baker, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana - Z 5 Q.-. Ralph Bates, BS. Valparaiso. Indiana William Bates, B.S. Elmhurst, Illinois Christine Baum. B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Anna Bean, BS. Mishawaka, Indiana Stephan Behrmann, BA. Valparaiso, Indiana Cliarlee Belmore, BA. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Carolyn Bergman, BA. St. Louis, Missouri Iris Bernau, B.A. Fountain, Minnesota r 5 l Ed Block, B. A. Oak Lawn, Illinois Dennis Blubaugh, B.A, Berlin, Pennsylvania Laurie Bluemlein. B.S. Saginaw, Michigan Nicki Bocck, B.S. Denison, Iowa '19-I +31 I' William Beermann, B.A. Webster City, Iowa Cevan Behnke, B.S. Bloomington, Illinois Nancy Behnken, B.A. North East, Pennsylvania Lynn Behrendt, BS. Michigan City, Indiana rn -I l Betsy Betker, BS. Arlington Heights, Illinois George Biederman, BS. Crete, Illinois Karen Bies, B.A. Park Ridge, B. A. Richard Blauvelt, BS. Hempstead, New York 'SD Randy Bohle, B.S. Michigan City, Indiana Kathryn Boriack, B.A. Bloomington, Illinois Thomas Bortolini, B,S. Cary, Indiana james Bowden, B.S. Palm Beach, Florida Q Daniel Bella, B.A. Cary, Indiana Stella Brown, B. A. New Orleans, Louisiana Lynn Brueggemann, B. A. Clintonville, Wisconsin Ruth Bruggeman, B. S. Marion, Ohio I Daniel Brandt, B.S. Willow City, North Dakota Katharine Bredesen, B. S. Chicago, Illinois Susan Bresser, B. S. Glen Ellyn, Illinois Paul Bretscher, B. S. Valparaiso, Indiana Betty Boyer, B. A. Lancaster, Ohio jeffrey Boyer, B. A. Homewood, Illinois Gail Brainard, B.S. Homewood, Illinois Cary Brainard, B.S, Homewood, Illinois Sarah Bretscher, B. S. Valparaiso, Indiana Patricia Brett, B. S. Ada, Michigan Marianne Briggs, B.A. Westboro, Massachusetts Suzanne Brimacomb, B.M. Austin, Minnesota I Ian Bulington, B.A. Monon, Indiana Robert Burklund, B.A. Evergreen Park, Illinois Austin Burns, B.S. Rockford, Illinois Gail Bussa, B.S. Melrose Park, Illinois -H" ' 9 Barbara Bruness, B.S, Bellwood, Illinois Lita Brusick, B.A. Kensington, Connecticut Ann Bucholtz, B. A. Fort Hood, Texas David Budreau, B.S. Hammond, Indiana I . W 257 David Buth, B.S. Crown Point, Indiana Dennis Byers, B.S. Lafayette, Indiana Cyndi Camp, B.S. Indianapolis, Indiana Patricia Canney, B.S. Milwaukee, Wisconsin 'Se Linda Carstens, B.S. W Waukesha, Wisconsin if , Richard Carter, B.A. Norwood, Ohio Edward Cenkush, B.S. New Carlisle, Indiana Chris Chadima, B.S. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Christine Capella, B.S. Plymouth, Wisconsin David Carey, B.A. Cape Elizabeth, Maine Cheryl Carpenter, B.A Jeffersonville, Indiana Mary Eyrick Carringer, B.A. LaPorte, Indiana Barbara Cire, B.A. Secretary, Maryland Nancy Clark, B.S. Middletown, Newdjersey Linda Clifford, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana Carolyn Coburn, B.S. Williamsville. New York l 4 john Charbonneau, B.S. Westville, Indiana james Christiansen, B.A Sergeant Bluff, Iowa Ioan Christiansen, B.A. St. Louis, Missouri Katy Christensen, B.S. Media, Pennsylvania L- IS'-nf Tyson Cocagne, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Celia Cogan, B.S. Webster, New York Priscilla Colton, B.S, Yenice, Florida Jill Connelly, B.S. LaPorte, Indiana l Steven Danielsen, B.A. Brooklyn, New York Susan Danker, B.A. Neptune, New jersey Marsha Dannenfeldt, B. A. Severna Park, Maryland David Dauberrnan, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana i.," -in ,:,' it W In mf , K -3 Richard Crabtree, B.A. Hayward, California Donna Craven, B.M. 4' Columbus, Ohio j. William Cummiskey, B.A. , 'QAM Grand Rapids, Michigan fc: ' Helen Daehnke, B. A. York, Pennsylvania Frank Dever, B.S. Chicago, Illinois james Dieckman, B. Fort Wayne, Indiana Terry Diedrich, B. A. Fargo, North Dakota jack Dierks, B.S. Rockford, Illinois jack Deardorff, B. A. Fairfield, Pennsylvania F. Allan Debelak Garfield Heights, Ohio Mary Dehmlow, B. A. Fort Wayne, Indiana Robert Denney, B.S. Huntington, Indiana A. jeff Douglass, B.S. New Canaan, Connecticut Patricia Dreffin, B.A. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Eileen Drzewicki, B.S. Cicero, Illinois Ervin Dukatz, B. S. Clawson, Michigan L 4 , W ' :il '. v " Richard Dieter, B.A. Northampton, Pennsylvania Ronald Dietrich, B. A. Hammond, Indiana Martha Doerpinghaus, B. A. Decatur, Georgia Cathleen Caynelle Dornon, B. A. Elyria, Ohio 259 iiI-I Claus Dunkelberg, B.S. Chicago, Illinois Edythe Dwight, B. A. jacksonville, Florida Roxanne Ebert, B. A. Cary, Illinois Henry Eckenfels, B.A. Cincinnati, Ohio Keven Engberg, B.A. Belding, Michigan Mark Ennes, B. A. Mount Prospect, Illinois Patricia Enos, B. S. West Chicago, Illinois Jacob Esala, B.S. New York Mills, Minnesota George Fedyniak, B.S. Lakewood, Ohio Rick Fehr, B. A. Dakota, Illinois Paula Fels, B. A. Amana, Iowa Iohn Felton, B. S. LaPorte, Indiana i 60 Pamela Eernisse, B. A. Cedarburg, Wisconsin lean Egan, B. A. Menomonie, Wisconsin ,I Ervin Eilmann, B. S. Lakewood, Ohio Bruce Elliott, B. S. Glendale, New York Gordon Evans, B.S. Carmel, Indiana Lee Evans, B. S. Valparaiso, Indiana Elizabeth Fanslau, B.M. Richmond Heights, Ohio john Fay, B. A. Homewood, Illinois Al il i ,- . M i ,H Av 'Yi ,ii , -, , , i. , Frank Fencl, B.A. Berwyn, Illinois Barbara Fink, B. A. Hales Corners, Wisconsin Susan Finke, B. A. Columbus, Indiana Karen Fischer, B. S. Florissant, Missouri Patrick Gallagher B A, Donna Garigllano B S. 1 Bourbonnais Illinois West Bend Wisconsin sw, ,. I Nancy Ford, B.A. Evanston, Illinois Ion Forker, B. A. Ocean, New jersey Robert Frank, B.S. Chicago, Illinois John Fredericks, B. A. Fort Plain, New York Randall Fischer, B. S. Evansville, Indiana Candace Fisher, B.A. Naperville, Illinois Cary Foltz, B.A. Redlands, California john Ford, B.A. Deerfield, Illinois 'ig ',,1, W-,,l 1, ,nl W x---" 5 If Linda Gieseke, B.A. Palatine, Illinois Linda Gillund, B,A. Westfield, New jersey Steven Giovanoni, B.A. Mount Prospect, Illinois Bill Godecke, B.S. Minden, Nevada David Geisler, B. A. Portland, Oregon Debra Cermann, B.S. VanWert, Ohio Lawrence Geyer, B. S. Arlington Heights, Illinois Elaine Gibbons, B.S. Parma. Ohio g as I Mary Fndh B A Robert Fronczak B S Andrew Fuchella B S Iohn Galebach B S 1, Martha Goldammer, B. A. jefferson, Missouri Gregory Gorski, B. S. 14 South Bend, Indiana Q Robert Gottel, B. S. " w Great Neck New York Thomas Graf, B.S. Williamsville, New York Patricia Gross, B. A. St. Charles, Missouri Keith Crotelveschen, B. S. Schuyler,VNebraska Rosemary Grott, B. S. Calumet City, Illinois James Gruettner. B.S. Elm Grove, Wisconsin William Gray, B.S. Chicago, Illinois Barbara Grether, B. S. East Rockaway, New York Karen Griebel, B. A. Chicago, Illinois Kathryn Grieger, B.A. Ormond Beach, Florida Michael Hall. B. S. Rochester, Michigan Richard Hallgren, B. S. Norfolk, Massachusetts Richard Hansen, B. A. Garfield Heights, Ohio Kathryn Harman, B. A. St. Louis, Missouri 62 Marnie Gudat, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana julie Guengerich, B.S. Pekin, Illinois James Haase, B. S. Mount Prospect, Illinois Ann Habenicht, B.S. Homewood. Illinois Patricia Harris, B.S. Cincinnati, Ohio Diane Hartwell, B.S. Gary, Indiana Scott Hase, B.S. Mount Prospect, Illinois Faythe Haskell, B.S. Sterling, Ill-inois Michael Haughee, ,B. A. Hammond, Indiana David Hawkins, B.M. Chesterton, Indiana Karen Heavilin, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Richard Heavilin, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana X I Richard Hein, B.M. Matteson, Illinois Timothy Heinen, B. A. St. Cloud, Minnesota Krista Heins, B.A. Rochester, Michigan Ann Hellermann, B. A. Park Ridge, Illinois Lynda Hermann, B.S. Canton, Illinois Janet Herron, B. A. Elizabeth, New jersey Linda Hess, B.S. Bernville, Pennsylvania jean Hesselink, B.S. Shawano, Wisconsin V .ttyl . ly ! r Judith Hillert, B. A. Arlingron Heights. Illinois Bruce Hills, B.S. Chelmsford, Maryland Stephen Hoard, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Patrice Hoekstra, B.S. Buffalo Grove, New York Barbara Hemmann, B,S. Park Forest, Illinois Nancy Hering, B. A. Appleton, Wisconsin joseph Herkamp, B.S. Columbus, Indiana Douglas Hermann, B.S. Havana, Illinois Barbara Hessert, B.A. Westchester, Illinois Eloise Heuer, B,S. Lockport, New York Rudy Higgins, B.S. Munster, Indiana Mary Hill, B.S. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 263 26 Nancy Hoglund, B. S. Valparaiso, Indiana Douglas Hohmann, B. S. Manhattan, Illinois David Homer, B. S. Richardson, Texas Holly Hoover, B. S. Wellsboro, Pennsylvania ni' Pamela Hudson, B. S. Waukegan, Illinois Tina Hunget, B. A. Indianapolis, Indiana Barbara Husby, B.A. Detroit Lakes, Minnesota Laurie Hutchison, B. S. Park Ridge, Illinois X. , il Calvin Hoppe, B.S. Cheshire, Connecticut Paul Hoppe, B.A. Elmhurst, Illinois Barbara Horner, B. S. Cincinnati, Ohio Cynthia Hrisco, B. S. Norridge, Illinois Keith Jansen, B. S. Horseheads, New York Donna Jarrett, B. A. Valparaiso, Indiana Jan Jeffries, B.S. Batavia, Illinois Joel Jenkins, B.A. Bigelow, Minnesota 4 John Huttunen, B. A. Rockport, Massachusetts Deborah Ilgenfritz, B.M. Valparaiso, Indiana Robert Jackson, B. S. Carmel, lndiana Wanda Jackson, B. A. Gary, Indiana Cail Jensen, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana Laura Jeme, B. S. Birmingham, Michiga Brent Johnson, B. A. Homewood, Illinois Dean Johnson, B. A. Valparaiso, Indiana 1--hm -H V -,gala ,ill -" X li If fy -V, IA qi' ' ' I 'BQFN l .Y -Q, . , I ,. a -as , 4 N .i f , ,JZ Y .az - ',-it - 1 ,-f ' -,ug 'X' ". Daniel Iorgensen, B,S. Valparaiso, Indiana if Duane Iorgenson, B. S. Darlington, Wisconsin Creg Kahlert, B.A. Ellicott City, Maryland Sharleen Kaiser, B.S. Milford, Indiana Debra johnson, B.A. Hayward, Wisconsin Ernestine johnson, B. S. Richmond, Michigan Vicki Johnson, B.M. Valparaiso, Indiana Scott jones, B. A. Niagara Falls, New York Judy Kalchbrenner, B. S. Sandra Kasten, B.S. Crestwood, Missouri Patty Kein, B. A. Cary, Illinois Peter Keck, B.S. Fort Wayne, Indiana Neil Kiesel, B.A. Lakewood, Ohio Karen Kirkland, B.A. Arlington Heights, Illinois Kevin Kleidon, B. A. Chicago, Illinois Steven Klemz, B. A. South Bend, Indiana Craig Kleve, B. S. Newbury, Ohio Milwaukee, Wisconsin Susan Kandt, B.A. Lockport, New York George Kasang, B. S. Oak Lawn, Illinois john Kasang, B. S. Oak Lawn, Illinois Gary King, B.S. Mount Prospect, Illinois Diane Kingery, B.M. Indianapolis, Indiana William Kirchhotf, B. S. Arlington Heights, Illinois John Kirchner, B.S.' Clintonville, Wisconsin JoAnn Kluever, B.S. West Bend, Wisconsin Randall Knuth, B.S. Elm Grove, Wisconsin Byron Koch, B. S. Danville, Indiana Kevin Koch, B. S. Frankenmuth, Michigan Christina Koschmann, B. A. Sao Paulo, Brazil David Kraemer, B. S. Rochester, New York David Krause, B. A. Michigan City, Indiana Kent Krause, B. A. Groton, South Dakota Steven Koch, B.S. Evansville, Indiana Luane Kohnke, B. A. Kenosha, Wisconsin Mary Ann Koppelman, B. S. Blue Island, Illinois Perry Korotky, B. A. Kensington, Maryland I . r ' ' Q ' Y F v f l w Lf, - A iv' Ji' I: :f'Q.f,ff' f' . -tr "tif Ronald Krugler, B. A. Keed City, Michigan Beth Kruse, B.A. Willowick, Ohio Cynthia Kuehn, B. A. Valparaiso, Indiana janet Kuehnert, B. A. Shorewood, Wisconsin RuniKreml, B.S. New Lenox, Illinois Kent Krenek, B. A. Niles, Illinois Karla Krentz, B. A. LaPorte, Indiana jay Kreuzer, B.S. Sewickley, Pennsylvania Ve Kunkel, B. A. Lancaster, Pennsylvania Denise Kurtis, B. A. Merriville, Indiana Kathie Kuschel, B. A. Detroit, Michigan Eva Lafferty, B.A. Greenfield, Indiana ll. I F ,i 5. ,J 1 Marie Laube, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana jay Lauer, B. A. Hammond, Indiana Becki Lawton, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana Dennis Lawton, B. S. Valparaiso, Indiana Nancy Lamb, B. A. Peoria, Illinois Michael Lampl, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana David Lang, B.S. Homewood, Illinois Cuy Langvardt, B.A. Rizal, Philippines Iames Leo, B. S. Roselle Park, New Iersey Paula Lester, B. A. Joliet, Illinois Robin Lestina, B. S. Chicago, Illinois Keith Letta, B. S. Farnham, New York Ernest Lazor, B. S. Lakewood, Ohio jack Lazzaro, B.S. Chicago, Illinois Scott Leal, B. S. Niles, Illinois Betty Leibert, B.S. Cleveland Heights, Ohio E :. Y1!f1I',',..' 4 Daniel Linsley, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Judy Linsley, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Gregory Lintjer, B. A. Fort Wayne, Indiana Nancy Lischer, B. A. Pleasant Valley, Iowa 'qw Gail Lewis, B. A. Brooklyn, New York john Lichtsinn, B, S. Munster, Indiana , Curtis Lieneck, B. A. Tuckahoe, New York Ronald Linhart, B. A. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1 fl' john List, B. S. Detroit, Michigan Richard List, B. S. Frankenmuth, Michigan Carol Lockwood, B. A. Forest Hills, New York jill Long, B. S. Larwill, Indiana wr l Martha Lovett, B. S. Bay Village, Ohio Daniel Lowe, B. S. Orchard Lake, Michigan Kathleen Lubeck, B. A. Park Ridge, Illinois Thomas Ludwig, B.S. Ridgewood, New jersey 'w Linda Long, B. A. Valparaiso, Indiana William Longer, B. A. Peru, Indiana James Looman, B. A. Valparaiso, Indiana Nancy Loose, B, A. Valparaiso, Indiana Richard Mader, B. A. Valparaiso, Indiana Paul Maechtle, B. A. Waubeka, Wisconsin , 'if' I ' ' . ' ' ' Sue Lundstrom, B. S. Crown Point, Indiana Ruth Lusthoff, B. A. I Riverside, Illinois Carol Lynch, B. S. Mount Prospect, Illinois 'Janice Mader, B. A. Valparaiso, Indiana N jane Mahlig, B. S. Mentor, Ohio Miriam Mahnke, B.S. Richfield, Minnesota 268' Leslie Main, B. S. South Euclid, Ohio john Malayter, B.S. Merrillville, Indiana Ruth Malm, B.S. Blue Island, Illinois Nicki Mandeville, B. A. Detroit, Michigan l i Io Mannies, B.A. Marion, Indiana Ioan Manteufel, B.A. North Bergen, New jersey Mary Marks, B.A. Schererville, .Indiana Debra Martin, B.A. Buffalo. New York 'W , mr 51" if i Wi vi . , Qi ,M at Sandra McCall, B.S. North Brunswick, New jersey Susan McCallister, B.S. Cary, Indiana Dennis McCullough, B.S. Garfield Heights, Ohio Deborah'McDonald, B.S, Decatur, Alabama Nancy Meissner, B.S. Franksville, Wisconsin Kelly Meritt, B.A. Michigan City, Indiana jim Mesenbring, B.S. Fannington, Michigan james Meshach Smith, B. S. Duarte, California N l v ,., rr 1 l I-, K i Jan Miedima, B.S. South Holland, Illinois janet Mielke, B. S. Berkeley, Califomia John Mikenas, B.A. Hammond, Indiana David Miller, B. S. Auburn, Indiana l Thomas McNeil, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Tyone McNeil, B.S. Wamer,'South Dakota Deborah McPhee, B.A. Crown'Point, Indiana Donna Meade, B.A. Downers Grove, Illinois Cecile Meyer, B.A. Paullina, Iowa Pamela Meyer, B.S. Sparta, Tennessee Q Richard Meyer, B.A. Indianapolis, Indiana William Michalek, B.A. Mount Prospect, Illinois jeffrey Miller, B.S. St. Charles, Illinois Daniel Milleville, B.S. Sanborn, New York Susan Mimozo, B.S. North Babylon, New Patricia Miske, B.S. York Francis Creek, Wisconsin Mark Mistretta, B.A. River Forest, Illinois Meg Mlynarczyk, B. A. Rochester, Minnesota Judith Montgomery, B. A. Caldwell, New Iersey Austin Moore, B. A. Gary, Indiana Barbara Moran, B. A. Garrett, Indiana james Morel, B.S. Skokie, Illinois Wendy Moretti, B. S. Chicago Heights, Illinois Dicie Mueller, B. A. Pomona, California Andrea Nelson B.A, Highstown, New jersey Carol Nelson, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Richard Nelson, B. A. Mineola, New York Steven Nelson, B. A. East Meadow New York O Linda Mueller, B. A. Elmhurst, Illinois Ieffrey Murton, B. A. Park Forest, Illinois Bonnie Nagel, B. A. Toledo, Ohio Paul Nagy, B.S. Hammond, Indiana Julie Neymark, B.S. Oak Park, Illinois john Niems, B.A. Flossmoor. Illinois Judith Noyes, B.A. Country Club Hills, Cynthia Nugent, B. S. Palatine, Illinois Illinois . My 'gm -TT? , ,. Joy Parsons, B.S. Merrillville, Indiana Arlys Paulson, B. S. Carrington, North Dakota Randy Peabody, B.A. Hopkins, Minnesota Valerie Peiler, B.A. Oak Park, Illinois i an . ,Z .L MX Ramona Okumura, B.S. Honolulu, Hawaii Andrea Olson, B. S. Chicago, Illinois Roxana Orozco, B.A. Merrillville, Indiana Iulie Ostap, B.S. Oak Park, Illinois A., ,,,. Barb Obermeyer, B. S. Littleton, Colorado Asuquo Obot, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana Scott O' Brien, B. S. Louisville, Kentucky David Oestermeyer, B. S. Chicago, Illinois Randy Pagels, B.S, Greenbush, Michigan Barbara Pallmeyer, B.S. St. Louis, Missouri Richard Panek, B. S. West Hartford, Connecticu Sharon Papanek, B. S. Cicero, Illinois L.-v A Ross Peterson, B.A. Homewood, Illinois Robert Phares, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana jan Philbrook, B.S. LaPorte, Indiana Gary Pleickhardt, B. S. Des Plaines, Illinois Donald Pell, B. S. Bloomington, Indiana Charles Peterson, B.A. Bethpage, New York Linda Peterson, B.A. Aurora, Illinois Miriam Petersen, B.A. Mount Tabor, New jersey K James Plisky, B,S. Chesterton, Indiana Joan Pluth, B.S. Cary, Indiana Phyllis Podgorski, B.A. Northbrook, Illinois Candace Ponton, B.A. Holtville, California Marlene Remmert, B. A. Punta Gorda, Florida Mark Rendall, B. S. Park Ridge, Illinois Daniel Rengstorf, B.M. Rochester, Minnesota Milton Richter, B. S. Omaha, Nebraska Patricia Raasch, B.S. Lansing, Illinois Thomas Rau, B. A. Marshfield, Wisconsin Andrew Rausch, B. S. Setauket, New York Jocelyn Reichler, B. S. Simsbury, Connecticu t Linda Roettger, B.S. St, Louis, Missouri Marsha Rohloff, B. S. Reese, Michigan Richard Roy, B. S. North Judson, Indiana Mary Rucklos, B. A. San Marino, California 72 Jeremiah Rodden, B. A. St. Louis, Missouri Lee Rodencal, B. S. Cincinnati, Ohio Rae Rocco, B. S. South Holland, Illinois Joyce Roehm, B. S. Wellshire, Ohio 1 1 Ursula Rufleth, B. A. Clinton, Connecticut Loran Ruhnow, B. S. Lombard, Illinois Carolyn Ruppel, B.S. Hicksville, New York Susan Russler, B. A. Appleton, Wisconsin Jeffrey Schneider, B.S. Creendale, Wisconsin Richard Schoenbohm, B.S. Appleton, Wisconsin john Schoening, B.S. New Shrewsbury, New jersey Judith Schoneman, B.S. Ridgewood, New Jersey Thomas Schaberg, B. A. St. Charles, Missouri Kathie Seherb, B.S. Ramsey, New jersey Gene Scheumann, B.S. Fort Wayne, Indiana Michael Schindhelm, B. S. Pewaukee, Wisconsin Stephen Saeger, B.S. Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Bonnie Sattlemeier, B.A. Grosse Pointe, Michigan Thomas Sauer, B,A. Valparaiso, Indiana Denise Scalcucci, B.S. Iron River, Michigan 's , , -1 If Holly Schindler, B.S. Flossmoor, Illinois Roger Schlie, B.S. Plantation, Florida Zelma Schmidt, B. A. Buffalo, New York David Schmitt, B.S. Chicago, Illinois LL. , n lu. lv ' , . Walter Schultz, B.S. Lombard, Illinois John Schrader, B. A. Bristol, Connecticut Gregory Schroeder, B. A. St. Louis, Missouri Steven Schroeder, B.A. Chicago, Illinois Christine Schultz, B,S. Monroe, Michigan Daniel Schultz, B.S. Monroe, Michigan David Schultz, B.S, Valparaiso, Indiana Margaret Schultz, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana 27 Steve Scully, B.A, Mendham, New jersey Robert Sengele, B. S. Pulcifer, Wisconsin Jean Sessler, B.A. Hastings, Nebraska Dan Sever, B.A. Gary, Indiana james Shinabargar, B.S. Chesterton, Indiana John Shoemaker, B.S. Moline, Illinois Charles Shomo, B.S. Evanston, Illinois Corinthia Sieving, B.A. Indianapolis, Indiana Todd Shepherd, B.A, Westport, Connecticut Joyce Sherokow, B.S. New Hartford, Connecticut Elyssa Sherren, B.A. Oconomowoc, Wisconsin . Ed Shewan, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana s as Nancy Slifer, B.M, Manchester, Missouri Alan Smith, B.S. Indianapolis, Indiana Beverly Smith, B.S. Waterloo, Belgium Glenn Smith, B.S. Freeport, Illinois 274 Stephanie Simms, B.A. Chicago, Illinois Richard Simpson, B.S. Moline Illinois . Christopher Skoczylas, B.S South Bend, Indiana Vincent Slack, BA. Valparaiso, Indiana is V. Susanne Smith, B.A. Hopkins, Minnesota Gary Snyder, B.A. Park Forest, Illinois David Soike, B.S. Cincinnati, Ohio john Spandikow, B.S. Maywood, Illinois Suzanne Squiers, B.S. Kalamazoo, Michigan Glenn Stalker, B.S. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Linda Stanfill, B.S. Hobart, Indiana janet Stanko, B.A. Pekin, Illinois Anne Spangler, B.S. Rockford, Illinois john Spangler, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana Roseann Spice, B.S. Fort Wayne, Indiana Steven Sproull, B.S. Houston, Texas Mark Steinbruecker, B.S. Sheboygan, Wisconsin Kathleen Steinmann, B.S. Crown Point, Indiana Susan Steller, B.A. South Holland, Illinois Bruce Stevens, B.S, Wheaton, Illinois fian- ,H , , MX Lois Stark, B.A. Bethany, Oklahoma Donna Statzell, B.S. Indianapolis, Indiana Deborah Steeples, B.S. Oak Lawn, Illinois Amy Steinacker, B.A. Fort Wayne, Indiana -,, 'sq ' Thomas Stoka, B.S. Chicago, Illinois Paul Stork, B.A. Baltimore, Maryland Randolph Strand, B.S. Indianapolis, Indiana Linda Stranghoener, B.A. Appleton, Wisconsin 'Z' Gregg Stevens, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana Charles Stewart, B.A. Munster, Indiana Lynn Stiehl, B.S. Lombard, Illinois Arthur Stieve, B.A. South Haven, Michigan i",, 275 julie Stratton, B.A. Richmond, Michigan Arthur Surges, B.S. Evergreen Park, Illinois Donald Swearingen, B.S. Levittown, Pennsylvania Jeffrey Swedo, B.S. Mount Prospect, Illinois ,AU Lani Swing, B.S. South Whitley, Indiana Peggy Tampson, B,A. Royalton, Ohio james Tanner, B.S. Flint, Michigan Richard Teeters, B.A. Des Plaines, Illinois 1 x . jude Temple, B.A. La Grange, Illinois Brian Thalacker, B. A. ,,.., Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin 31 Mary Thiboult, BS Manchester, New Hampshire Richard Thiede, B.S. Milwaukee, Wisconsin sb 15-Q-1 james Tomell, B.A. Aurora, Illinois Berri Townsend, B.S. Pennington, New Jersey Stephen Trenka, B.A. Whiting, Indiana William Uhl, B.S. Columbus, Indiana Marcia Thomas, B.A. Dearborn, Michigan M ark Thompson, B. S. Palatine, Illinois Carol Thornton, B. A. Kenmore, New York Becky Tinglino, B.A. Maumee, Ohio 76 Xi .i -,., sh Bob Van Amburgh, B.A. Elyria, Ohio james Van Horn, B.S. Fort Myers, Florida jim Veres, B.S, Big Flats, New York Cheryl Vician, B.S. Gary, Indiana L . Lee Wagner, B,A. Crown Point, Indiana Mark Wagner, B.S. Huntington, Indiana Darryl Warburton, B.S. Lansing, Illinois Christine Walther, B.S. Danville, Illinois V ..., ,,,.,.. , 7-,9,a, -, -Y, Claire Visser, B.A. Lodi, California Dawn Vollmer, B.S. Savanna, Illinois Victor Volm, B.A. Crown Point, Indiana Judy Wabrek, B.S. Burnsville, Minnesota Q , , james Weide. B.S. Woodstock, Illinois Catherine Weirauch, B.S, Midland, Michigan Russell Weise, B. A. Edwardsville, Illinois Michael Weiss, B.A. Saginaw, Michigan g T I .X p xx W is P. ,mf gf "5 Gail Waluk, B.S, Auburn, Indiana Christopher Wareham, Boulder, Montana Cary Weber, B.S. Shawano, Wisconsin Robert Webster, B.S. Addison, New York Rex Wheeler, B.A. Valparaiso, Indiana Vicki Whoolery, B.A. Brainerd, Minnesota Kristine Wickstrom, B.A. Michigan City, Indiana julie wilke, B.S. Shorewood, Wisconsin john Wellhausen, B.S. Chicago, Illinois Paul Wesebaum, B.S. Elyria, Ohio Jerry Wetmore, B.A. Kankakee, Illinois Kristin Wheeler, B. A. Valparaiso, Indiana Claudia Will, B.S. Bethany, Oklahoma Leland Willis, B.A. Murfeesboro, Tennessee William Winter, B.S. Plymouth, Indiana Michael Winthrop, B.S. Duquoin, Illinois f' jen Yonkers, B.A. Logansport, Indiana Gail Young, B.A. Canon City, Colorado Lynn Young, B. A. Lansing, Illinois Walt Zackowitz, B.A. New Milford, New Jersey Valerie Witte, B. A. South Haven, Michigan IoAnn Wittwer, B.A. Colorado Springs, Colorado Harold Wolle, B.S. Madelia, Minnesota Robert Woltman, B.S. Evanston, Illinois x l 2 Debbie Zobel, B.A. Darien, Illinois Barbara Zajac, B.S. Chicago, Illinois Kathi Zeile, B,S. Saginaw, Michigan Laura Zell, B.A. Flossmoor, Illinois Brenda Zimmerman, B.A Lanham, Maryland Q3 Dorothy M. Ikeda, B.A. Knox, Indiana john W. Lohrmann, B.A. Marysville, Ohio Robin L. Schirmer, B.A. Joliet, Illinois Kirsten F. Schmidt, B.A. Lenexa, Kansas Edward A. Diersen, B.S. Park Forest, Illinois Alyce E. Ferguson, B.A. Farmington, Michigan Linda J. Grossnickle, B.A. South Bend, Indiana jacquelyn V. Helm, B.A. Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Nancy Westbrook, B.S. Festus, Missouri -4 Alf D. Shepherd, B.A. Sterling, Colorado Brent A. Swanson, B.A. Reston, Virginia james E. Vanderpas, B.S. Eureka, Illinois Mary Beth Von Fange, B.A. Columbus, Indiana Q l 93-50 e,,,,, wah' ,. , at fx V gg. ., .re .ew I Q U .. ..,,g' ,N gl ,R Z7 lm I .va . 1 . -'..- - I VVS' ':'-- "I t .h N '. -. . 'Q' ,fbfgr , -I , U, 1 ,x, X.-V . 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Sitmlsg - A-ryifg . -a , 1 . ' ' .00 . -KM' E Q 'LHP' A: Jn ..'1,"3'Q , ' U"-sP?:A5,'?, -' U' P? 4 r nv V 9 '2"f f:f, 'v 4 u rf --F .vi " - L . . rf- 43 8.1! 1' f , A " -.D 'KW , f l 2. 1 K lng,,hs-B pl I J X 411 1 :Q P.'.'!"' Bell, Ricky 110 Student Index Abernathy, N. 225 Abraham, Curt 160, 229 Achterberg, j. 2-12 Adams, Barbara 155.255 Adams, j. 244 Adams, Larry 118 Adams, Taryn 128, 129 Addis, Lori 134. 136, 153 Adelmann, Roberta 156, 255 Aess, j. 245 1 Ahrens, jan 157,255 Aiello, Michael 149, 165, 255 Akioka, Edmund 255 Albertson, j. 163, 228 Albrandt, K. 224 Alden, j. 253 Alexander. Robert 174, 255 Altord, 1- 137, 182,252 Alhorn, VD. 252 Allison, W. 2-14 Althaus, K 240 Alstiel, Thomas 161,255 Ambs, M. 245 Amelon, Cindy 156, 169 Amigh, Val 154, 172 Amling, Cindi154 Ancil, G. 164 Anderson, Cheryl 137, 234 Anderson, C1ete158 Anderson, j. 224 Anderson jackie 251 Anderson joan 255 Anderson, K. 164 Anderson, Karen 151 Anderson, M. 233 Anderson M. 234 Anderson, P. 237 Andreotti, C. 224 Andres, S. 225 Andresen, Barbara 255 Andrew, C. 241 Andrup, Kim 154 Anglemire, Sue 167, 176, 255 Antemann, joyce 137, 153. 255 Arlt, Lathleen 255 Armistead, D. 170 Arndt, Neal 161, 255 Aronica, M. 164 Arthur, 230 Arute, Frank 165, 255 Asmus, Ellen 255 Atherton, M. 107,246 Atwater, C. 223 Auerbach, Diane 95 Augenstein, Lynn 255 Augustine, K. 172, 225 Augustine, M. 252 Austin, j. 230 Babcock, Drew 160, 255 Bachman, Chris 151 Bachman, Charles 149, 160, 255 Bachman, Kris 128, 129 Badder, Louise 162,233 Bader, Scott 149 Baeder, M. 231 Baehre, Alice 255 Baer, K. 245 Bailey, T. 224 Bair, M. 240 Baker, B. 165 Baker, j. 241 Baker, jim 161 Baker, Patricia 255 Baker, Robert 255 Balander, M. 243 Balchumas, Karen 156 Balgeman, William 255 Bal 'e, L. 169, 2.52 Bandelow, Debra 224, 255 Banion, Bryce 103,228 Baranovic, Cindy 156 Barkley, john 159, 169,255 Barrett, Marylou 154 Barringer, K. 229 282 Barrows, R. 174, 221 Bartlet, B. 221 Barton. Bob 160 Barton D. 233 Bartousek, Pam 136 Bashman, Bruce 162 Bass, D. 230 Bass, jim 116 Bates, Ralph 256 Bates, William 256 Battle, D. 251 Bauer, W. 247 Baum, Christine 256 Baumbacli, L. 251 Bauschelt, Mary Anne 156 Baxter, Rick 103, 149, 165 Bean, Anna 155, 256 Bean, David 95 Bean, john 158 Beattie, j. 243 Becher, Pam 156 Bedard, M. 170 Beclell, D. 230 Beebe, B. 223 Beeching, Fred 162 Beemsterboer, D. 174, 222 Beerman, Ruth 150 Beerman, William 256 Beesley, B. 234 Behm, Sue 162, 234 Behnke, Gevan 161, 180, 256 Behrendt, Lynn 256 Behrens, T. 230 Beh rmann, Stephan 256 Beicke, B. 173 Beideck, Del 149 Beiglau, A. 244 Belau, K. 226 Belau, Karen 251 Bell, 1.251 Bella, Daniel 165,257 Bellin, M. 222 Blemore, Char Lee 151 256 Beltz, L. 253 Bennet, j. 229 Benson, B. 233 Bentz, Mark 118 Benzer, Alan 162 Berg, P. 225 Bergdahl, Steve 161 Berger, D. 237 Berger, jeff 161 Bergman, Becky 128, 129 Bergman, Carolyn 156, 256 Bergman, Karen 97 Bernau, Iris 236, 256 Berry, B. 237 Bestor, L. 233 Betker, B. 181. 256 Beukema, S. 241 Bibler, Bruce 160 Bichner, D. 251 Biederman, George 256 Bienz, Daug 116, 243 Bienz, Tammy 150 Bies, Karen 256 Biggs, T. 176, 242 Bilinovich. S. 136, 225 Binder, A. 164 Bishop, Eileen 153, 178 Bjorklund, L. 223 Blaschke, L. 183 Blauvelt, Richard 256 Bley. D. 246 Blicklei, A. 251 Blieden, S. 236 Block, Ed 256 Blombert, D. 92 Bloomfield, D. 234 Blubough, Dennis 256 Bluemlein, Laurie 152,256 Blum, C. 233 Blum, Lois 97 Blume, C. 228 Bobo, Brad 159 Bockhorn, Diane 136, 150 Bodner, M. 230 Boeck, Nicki 154, 256 Boeck. S. 250 Boerger, K. 223 Boettner, B. 238 Bohl, D. 229 Bohle, Randy 256 Bohn, Deb 153 Bohnert, G. 243 Bohning, Dave 162, 229 Bolgert, jim 159, 167 Bolka, j. 242 Boltz, Marcia 154 Bonner, W. 173, 226 Boock, Paula 151 Boon, john 159 Booras, D. 234 Boos, Art 158 Borchardt R. 252 Borchert, R. 228 Borchert, R. 228 Boriack, Kathryn 256 Borlik, B. 230 Bortolini, Thomas 256 Bosley, Bob 116, 242 Bossert, lnki 157 Bothwell, Kate 95 Bowden, james 103, 256 Bowen, j. 225 Bowyer, Cassandra 157 Boyd, W. 249 Boyer, Betty 253, 257 Boyer, jeffrey 257 Bradshaw, john 121 Brady, Dave 118 Brainard, Gail 257 Brandt, Dan 97 Brandt, Daniel 221, 257 Brandt, S. 249 Brauer, Mark 103 Braun, G. 225 Braun, T. 234 Bray, L. 249 Bray, Dave 159 Bredesen, Katharine 257 Bredesen, T. 242 Breeden, C. 243 Breineier, j. 229 Brelje, Kathy 154 Bresser, D. 235 Bresser, Susan 257 Bretscher, Monica 134 Bretscher. Paul 116, 257 Bretscher, Sarah 134, 137, 153, 257 Brett, Patricia 132,257 Brett, W. 164 Briggs, Marianne 257 Briggs, F. 253 Brimacomb, Suzanne 257 Brink, jack 161 Brink, S. 250 Brinkman, Sue 156 Brockschmidt, D. 229 Bromann, M. 245 Brooks, j. 246 Brooks, P. 179 Brooks, S. 230 Brookwood, B. 250 Brower, M. 245 Brown, B. 229 Brown, B. 221 Brown, Barbara 250 Brown, Beth 234 Brown, Cathy 157 Brown, Dennis 103, 118 Brown, Stella 257 Brown, T. 239 Brozek, D. 242 Brubaker, Eileen 153 Bruening, Miriam 132 Bruening, M. 126, 251 Bruening, R. 224 Brueggemann, S. 233 Bruggemann, Lynn 257 Bru gemann, Ruth 257 BruBm, G. 223 Bruness, Barbara 223, 257 Bruni, C. 253 Brusick, Kita 257 Bucholtz, Ann 173, 236, 257 Buchroeder, E. 165 Budd. Debbie 151 Budlow, Carol 126,234 Budlow, C. 177 Budreau, David 103,257 Budreau, P. 246 Buehler, M. 174 Buesclier, Beth 152, 170 Buhle, Bob 161 Bulington, jan 257 Bunke, jeff 183, 185 Burcherd, L. 223 Burda, K. 249 Burdyl, P. 233 Burkland, Robert 257 Burks, 176,228 Burmeister, j.234 Burnett, David 162 Burns, Austin 174, 221, 257 Burns, S. 239 Burns, V. 224 Busch, Charles 162 Busillo, Leanne 153, 222 Buskirk. Karen 162.235 Bussa, Gail 131, 156,257 Buth, David 258 Butler, Dave 103 Butler, L. 229 Butz, Pat 150, 251 Byers, Dennis 258 Cahill, C. 173, 183 Callaghan, Marty 95 Camp, Cyndi 258 Campline, E. 230 Camp1in,jeanne 118, 124, 132, 150 Candido, P. 249 Canney, Patricia 153, 181, 258 Canning, C. 165 Cannon, M. 222 Cantonis, C. 249 Capelle, Christine 258 Carey, David 258 Car ile, B. 244 Carlion, B. 163, 252 Carlson, Becky 153 Carlson, C. 109, 231 Carlson, D. 229 Carlson, George 159 Carnahan, j. 229 Carpenter, Cheryl 177, 258 Carpenter, K. 247 Carrington, Mary 258 Carstens, H. 245 Carstens, Linda 258 Carter, Richard 258 Carto, M. 235 Cartwright, A. 224 Caruthers, R. 238 Cash, R. 238 Cass, V. 237 Cassler, T. 228 Castner, B. 231 Caswell, j. 224 Cathcart, A. 224 Cecil, S. 228 Cenkush, Edward 162,258 cemy, L. 163,251 Cervik, H. 225 Chadima, Chris 154,258 Chael, Nancy 153 Chakinas, Ann 157 Chambellan, Michele 155 Chambers, j. 185, 237 Chan, j. 243 Chancelloe, C. 251 Chappa, R. 118, 164,228 Chapin, M. 226 Chapman, D. 241 Chapman, L. 244 Charbonneau, john 258 Chartha, jim 158 Chiappe, Diane 151 Chilcot, P. 228 Chiles, M. 248 Christen, B. 234 Christensen, Katy 155,258 Christiansen, james 258 Christiansen, joan 156, 258 Chyna, Kathy 150 Ciannamea, Clare 156 Cue, Barbara 167, 176, 180, 258 Claffey. K. 246 Clark, Bob 161 Clark, Nancy 150, 258 Clarke, R. 228 Claus, M. 253 Clauss, T. 229 Claussen, D238 Claussen, Deborah 252 Claypool, Charles 162 Clement, jack 119, 159 Cliff, S. 238 Clifford, Linda 258 Close, C. 167,231 Coburn, Carolyn 124, 131 150, 258 Cocagne. Tyson 258 Coder, David 97 Cogan, Celia 258 Colacicco, V. 249 Cole, Pat 124, 132 Cole, Peggy 156 Collins, D. 236 Collins, j. 223 Colton, Priscilla 152,258 Conger, C. 234 Connelly, A. 245 Connelly, jill 258 Conner, jeff 121. Conroy, Val 151, 236 Conti, Rich 103 Cook, jon 159 Cook, S. 183, 173 Cooley, D. 235 Cooley, P. 247 Cooper, W. 239 Copeland, R. 243 Cornwell, Wendy157 Corson, Diane 156 Costanza, Frank 121 Couch, Greg 118 Coulter, W. 235 Covert, Carey 121 Covert, E. 225 Covert, Helene 156 Covert, j. 247 Cowham, Al 116, 231 Cox, Donna 157 Cox, J. 235 Cox, Karen 97 Cox, Sue 155 Crabtree, Richard 259 Craig, R. 167 Craven, Donna 180, 185, 240, 259 Cremer, C. 237 Cress, D. 234 Crist, jeff 159 Cross, D. 239 Culp, C. 251 Cummiskey, j. William 259 Curtis, Rin 134, 156 Cykert. S. 230 Czernobil, Thomas 162 Czonko, H. 229 Doehnke, D. 239 Daehnke, Helen 259 Dagenais, Deb 151, 236 Da es, K. 237 Daims, C. 136,235 Dallmann, M. 228 Danatsko, P. 103 Danielsen, S. 259 Danker, S. 259 Dannenfeldt, M. 241, 259 Darkow, B. 160 Dase, K. 249 Dathe, C. 154 Dauberman, D. 162,259 Dauro, C. 150 Davies, S. 153 Davis, G. 247 Davis, K. 225 Davis, R. 95 Davis, V. 179,224 Dean, P. 126 Dear, R. 230 Deardorff, 227, 259 Debelak, F. 165.259 DeBoer, B. 92 DeBowske, -M. 164 Debrick, P. 176 Deck, 1... 168, 223 Deede, M. 92 er, M. 246 mlow, M. 177, 184,259 ne, R. 158 no, R. 221 azzer, F. 103, 121 ado, D. 225 Andrea, D. 247 as, T. 164 ong, T. 252 enthal, K. 182,235 ares, C. 134, 155 gen, j. 164 ien, R. 103 ing, B. 250 asco, P. 165 ney, R. 259 ning, P. 229 son, G. 170 mody, j. 103, 121 ryberry, L. 234 haney, j. 250 willer, K. 110 er, F. 259 er, M. 165 ald, S. 225 ey, B. 110 oung, K. 182 laiso, D. 164 kinson, C. 223 ckman, C. 233 ckman, j. 259 drich, T. 259 ke, P. 97 rks, 168, 221, 259 rsen, E. 279 ter, R. 259 trich, R. 259 lman, R. 150 pold, R. 126, 185,250 ilvestro, R. 121 on, D. 176 bs, 1. 231 ler, S. 245 osz, C. 158 ge, R. 229 rpinghaus, M. 259 rsch, R. 229 kas, T. 149, 152 an, D. 97 llberg, j. 226 mer, S. 251 aldson, B. 224 nbusch, j. 230 novan, D. 158 oley, T. 164 olin, j. 221 rch, M. 92 rnon, Cathleen 259 ssett, M. 235 ugherty, Rick 160 uglass, jeff 259 uglass, Larry 116 versberger, M. 253 yton, M. 228 ffin, Patricia 225. 259 w, Eileen 153 welow, R. 107 wlow, R. 228 ws, B. 162, 233 ws, D. 107 11, N. 251 sch, M. 242 ewicki, Eileen 259 dlick, C. 126. 251 err, T. 244 katz, Ervin 116, 164, 75, 259 ff, 1.241 in, H. 224 Mond, D. 252 nkelberg, Claus 174, 60 rkee, K. 235 ight, Edith 260 er, R. 252 son, R. 227 es, jan 155 ey, C. 251 ert, Lyn 157 ert, Roxanne 239, 260 hlund, K. 224 kenfels, Henry 116, 260 Eckert, Carol 154, 132 Eckhardt, Susan 155 Eck1und,j. 164 Ecklund, Kristi 155 Edahl, C. 169, 180,224 Edie, B. 242 Edler, D. 250 Edmundson, Dona 157 Eernisse, Pamela 260 Egan, j. 260 Eggerding, D. 97 Eggers, B. 235 E ers, S. 235 ERfer, j. 164 Ehlers, J. 116 Ehlscheid, S. 227 Eilmann, E. 165,260 Eils. M. 153 Eisert, L. 156 Eiwen, C. 182,252 Eklov, j. 250 Elkow, L. 249 Elliott, B. 164, 260 Elliot, R. 224 Ells, T. 231 Elseroad, R. 164 Enevold, B. 118, 169 Engberg, K. 260 Ennes, M. 260 Enos, P. 241,260 Envial, B. 165 Epach, T. 229 Epach, T. 244 Epps, D. 245 Erdmann, M. 246 Ericson, B. 244 Erlbeck, S. 222 Ervin, B. 229 Esala, 160, 260 Esala, S. 230 Esala, T. 161 Eschbach, D. 116, 174, 247 Espinoza, D. 162 Etzler, C. 249 Evans, G. 260 Evans, H. 151 Evans, L. 121, 165, 260 Everett, K. 231 Ewing, E. 222 Eyrick, M. 228, 258 Fandrey, L. 235 Fanslau, E. 157 Fanslau, E. 260 Fanslau, E. 253 Farabaugh, T. 163 Farrell, j. 121 Farruggia, T. 242 Fasel, K. 168,224 Fasse, B. 160 Fasse, C. 224 Fay,j. 161,260 Fecht, L. 153 Fedyniak, G. 260 Feeley, C. 176, 177 Fehlau, E. 159 Fehr, R. 165,260 Felgenhauer, D. 222 Fels, P. 260 Felstrup, K. 222 Felton, j. 260 Felton, S. 234 Fencl, F. 260 Fensje, T. 245 Ferguson, E. 95, 279 Ferguson, G. 231 Fergusson, C. 154, 172 Fernandez, C. 246 Festa, L. 250 Fields, W. 179 Fink, B. 260 Fink, M. 163 Finke, S. 236, 260 Firgens, j. 235 Fischer, K. 153, 260 Fischer, R. 261 Fisher, C. 261 Fisher, C. 152 Fisher, D. 247 Fisher, D. 248 Fitch M. 116,242 Fitz, M. 154, 167,248 Fitz, R. 163 Fleer, B. 224 Fleisch, D. 246 Fliege, T. 164 Florian, P. 250 Fluker, V. 179,237 Flynn, M. 240 Foffmann, D. 165 Foltz, Gary 109, 118, 161, 180, 261 Ford, john 221,261 Ford, Nancy 261 Forecki, M. 165 Forker, jon 159,261 Forni, K. 221 Forsyth, K. 164, 174 Foster, Sally 151 Fowler, L. 250 Fowles, S. 235 Fowlkes, D. 179 Fowlkes, j. 179 Fowlkes, M. 179 Fox, K. 249 Fox, Kathleen 224 Frank, Craig 162 Frank, j. 249 Frank, Robert 261 Frank, Shieley 153 Franke, j. 249 Franklin, D. 245 Frantz, j. 228 Franktzke, R. 229 Franzen, D. 250 Franzen, 5.223 Fraser, S. 233 Fraser, T. 228 Fray, D. 224 Fredericks, jack 116, 120, 165,261 Fredriksen, K. 241 Freise, C. 251 Freutel, L. 250 Frey, D. 246 Freyberg, L. 246 Fricke, Pat 156 Frich, Mary 261 Fries, P. 237 Friese, Carol 162 Friese, M. 229 Friesen, Michael 95 Friesen, S. 235 Frohlin , G. 169, 222 Fronczzst, Robert 109, 164 261 Fruehe, Sue 150 Fry, Judy 136, 153 Fuchella, Andrew 107, 261 Fuchs, S. 251 Fuerstenberg, judy157 Fuher, j. 243 Fuller, S. 252 Furtwangler, Tom 159 Gabler, Ruth 152 Gabriel, Tarey 159 Gaffney, Mike 162 Ga e, K. 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K. 164 Nielson, M. 161 Nielson, S. 164 Niems, C. 239 Niems, J. 165,270 Nikoley, J. 222 Nifty, F. 247 Nixon, T. 225 Noffke, M. 230 Notary, Dave 159 Noyes, Judith 270 Nuechterlein, A. 222 Nucchterlein, J. 242 Nugent, Cindy 153, 270 Nvland, Debbie 150 Oberman, Joel 110, 165 Obermeyer, Barb 124, 155, 271 Obot, Asuquo 271 O'Brien, Scott 271 O'Connor, C. 244 O' Dell, D. 250 Odom, R. 231 Oestermeyer, Dave 165, 271 Oexmann, J. 237 Offerman, Elise 154 O'Keefe, L. 224 Okumura, One 126, 271 Olander, K. 237 Oliver, D. 245 Olivieri, E. 250 Olivieri, Julie 151, 248 Oliveri, M. 165 Olson, Andrea 181., 241 271 Oltmannus, S. 252 Olund, C. 164 om, 1.249 Open, D. 235 Opsahl, T. 243 Ormson, J. 231 Orner, D. 184 Orozco, Roxana 271 Ortensi, P. 225 Ostap, Julie 156, 169, 271 Ostermann, J. 253 Ostojic, D. 244 Oswald, A. 252 Overling, L. 156 Page, T. 179, 249 Pagel, L. 152 Pagel, V. 245 Pagels, R. 271 Pa lmeyer, B. 180,224,271 Pallmeyer, R. 225 Penek, R. 271 Pangrier. B. 234 Pangrac, B. 159, 172 Pantaliolus, K. 155 Papanek, S. 271 Parker, D. 247 Parker, J. 250 Parker, J. 252 Parker, M. 250- Parris, C. 110, 230 Parsons, J. 239, 271. Parsons, R. 231 Parten, C. 250 Patchak, D, 250 Patras, C. 162 Patrick, J. 223 Paul, S. 153 Paulson, A. 271 Peabody, R. 271 Pearson, D. 222 Pease, L. 233 Pedersen, J. 233 Peel, C. 249 Pehlke, R, 161 Peil, C. 103 Peiler, V. 271 Pell, D. 161, 271 Pelz, 1. 120,247 Penkala, T. 121 Pennekamp, A. 134, 176, 233 Peronis, P. 229 Pesko, C. 151 Petereit, R. 120, 251 Peters, A. 230 Peters, C. 253 Peters, Greg 162 Peters, Mark 110 Pevrot, M. 164 Pfefferkorn, Bill 103 Pfiffner, Mike 103 Phares, Robert 271 Phelps, J. 241 Philbrook, Jan 271 Phillips, B. 249 Phillips, C. 225 Phillips, Linda 157, 225 Piaskowy, Jim 118 Pickard, Sue 152 Pickens, J. 226 Piehler, D. 173,230 Piehler, P. 234 Piehler, P. 234 Piele, E. 165 Piro, R. 183 Pisarski, Karen 151, 132 Pittman, V. 240 Pixler, C. 164 Plagens, John 183, 245 Plana, J. 246 Plander, S. 249 Pleickhardt, Cary 161, 271 Plese, D. 163,250 Plisky, Jim 103,272 Plouse, D. 225 Plunkett, Becky 131, 250 Pluta, J. 250 Pluth, Joan 272 Poch, L. 228 Podgorski, P. 272 Pholman, J. 106, 107,246 Pojeta, M. 153 Pollard, L. 179,224 Pompy, M. 227 Ponda, L. 235 Ponton, C. 272 Poplawski, W. 223 Poth. S. 235 Potter, D. 165. 229 Potter, J. 176,226 Prahl. D. 161 Prahl, S. 149 Preuss, M. 157 Printz. T. 246 Pritchard, K. 173. 178.236 Proctor,,H. 164 Prosch, M. 245 Prowell, K. 179, 246 Pscion, S. 251 Pugh, C. 169, 243 Pullman, S. 233 Putra, T. 169 Quance, S. 134. 225 Raasch, P. 237,272 Rabess, C. 249 Raday, J. 176, 247 Radcliffe. B. 225 Radivan, S. 229 Rados, K. 151 Radtke, J. 233 Raeder, L. 252 Raeihle, C. 176, 221 Rajki, W. 164 Rakoczy, R. 165 Ramsey, C. 250 Randall, V. 252 Ranum, M. 231 Rapp, C. 242 Raschke, M. 156 Rasmusssen, Mark 159 Rau. Thomas 272 Rausch, A. 165,272 Ravashiere, C. 223 Rectanus, M. 237 Redman, M. 224 Reed, W. 225 Reesor, J. 224 Reichler, Jocelyn 272 Reid. A. 229 Reid. K. 234 Reid, Karin 134, 250 Reguly, Sandy 154 285 Rehbein, R. 242 Rehlke, R. 172 Reichler, George 160 Reigle. R. 245 Reincke, A. 164 Reis, V. 222 Reischauer, P. 224 Reising, R. 103, 165 Reith, R. 247 Remmert, Marlene 240, 272 Rendall, Mark 165, 272 Rengstorf, Dan 272 Rennecker, B. 231 Rex, Sue 156 Reynolds, D. 165 Rhodes, C. 251 Richard, K. 243' Richter, Milton 242,272 Rieck. 1.239 Rlehl, P. 223 Rife, lvl. 225 Right, T. 229 Rippy, Russ 159 Roark, Dan 110 Roberts, D. 223 Robinson, C. 251 Robinson, K. 152 Robinson, L. 179,246 Rocco, R. 151, 169, 236.272 Rodden, j. 272 Rodencal, L. 161, 272 Rodowicz, F. 235 Roe, C. 240 Roe, K. 249 Roehm, j. 272 Roeser, S. 162,237 Roettger, Linda 156, 178, 180, 272 Rogers, C. 157 Ro loff, M. 272 Rohn, N. 252 Rohr, R. 239 Rnkely, S. 120,221 Rollins, R. 162,251 Ronnau, G. 229 Roome, M. 245 Rose, C. 167, 233 Rosenwinkel, M. 225 Danderson. S. 224 Sappie, C. 223 Saresky, Cathy 151 Sattelneier, Bonnie 150. 273 Sauer, Thomas 273 Sauerman, janet 150 Saunders, j. 120,247 Savage, jeff 160, 226 Scalcucci, Denise 151, 273 Schaberg, Thomas 273 Schadler, T. 225 Schaefer, N. 252 Schallenberger, R. 164, 176 Schaus, S. 233 Scharok, K. 222 Schebor, Fred 121 schedler, J. 109,245 Scheele, T. 231 Scherb, K. 273 Scherer, D. 119 Schestina, V. 156 Scheumann, G. 165, 273 Scheumann, 8.243 Schiesser, T. 226 Schilling R. 164 Schindhelm, M. 163, 273 Schindler, H. 154, 273 Schirmer, L. 222 Schirmer. R. 95, 279 Schlichting, M. 165 Schlichting, R. 161, 183 Schlichting, 5.224 Schlie, R. 273 Schlif, J. 224 Schlifke, D. 156 Schlundt, G. 250 Schmidt, B. 151 Schmidt, 1. 150 Schmidt, j. 235 Schmidt, K. 150 Schmidt, K. 97,279 Schmidt, M. 230 Schmidt, M. 162, 176 Schmidt, N. 162, 251 Schmidt, P. 160 Schmidt, Z. 273 Sctlmidtke, 2.251 Schmiesin, j. 229 Ross, P. 250 Ross, T. 161 Roth, C. 155 Roth, D. 244 Rowan, j. 136 Rowley, D. 249 Rowman, j. 253 Roy, R. 161.272 Ruble. D. 231. Rucker, L. 167, 250 Rucklos, M. 272 Ruehl. M. 228 Rueter, L. 251 Rufleth, U. 272 Rufleth, W. 107 Rugan, D. 154 Ruhe, B. 253 Ruhnow, L. 272 Ruiz, C. 251 Rumsey, A. 252 Ruppel, Carolyn 151,272 Ruppel. D. 238 Russell, Betsy 185 Russell, Rick 159 Russler, j. 245 Russler, Sue 150, 249, 272 Ryan, M. 226 Ryll, K. 244 Schmitt, D. 175. 244,273 Schmitt, F. 237 Schnack, K. 119, 164 Schnaible, P. 229 Schnakenberg, G. 136, 155 Schneider, B. 164 Schneider, C. 231 Schneider, j. 164,273 Schneider, L. 222 Schoedel, M. 250 Schoenbeck, jane 154, 172 Schoenbohm, Richard 180, 273 Schoenfeldt, Lynne 156 Schoenherr, Sue 154 Schoening, jim 161, 173, 174 Schoening. john 273 Schoknecht, Paula 129, 150 Scholl, D. 239 Schonoman, judith 273 Schonta, j. 239 Schoo , Martha 129,250 Schradjer, john 160, 273 Schrage, Val 153 Schroeder, Gary 118, 164 Schroeder, Gregory 273 Schroder, L. 249 Schultz, Margaret 273 Schultz, Mary 162 Schultz, Sandy 151 Schultz, Walter 273 Schultz, D. 165 Schumann, L. 239 Schutster, Brenda 156 Schuster, Tim 118 Schumacher, j. 228 Schutt. B. 244 Schutt, D. 223 Schwalenberg, C. 240 Schwamb, L. 152, 241 Schwan, M. 150 Schwartz, S. 153 Schwarz, B. 157 Schwarz, D. 251 Schwehn, S. 151 Schweitzer, T. 106, 107 Scott, G. 95 Scott, M. 237 Scully, S. 274 Seall, R. 103 Searle, T. 245 Seeteldt, G. 183 Sei el, S. 174 Sel6y, G. 231 Selle. M. 157 Sells, V. 169 Semmelhaclc, j. 110 Semro, D. 118,221 Sengele, B. 158, 274 Sergeant, S. 163, 250 Sessler, j. 274 Setker, B. 155 Sever, D. 103, 274 Seyboldt, C. 231 Shaw, 1. 234 Shea, B. 224 Shellex, B. 238 Shepherd, A. 97,279 Shepherd, T. 274 Sherar, j. 244 Sherber, D. 165 Sherman, K. 250 Sherokow, j. 132, 274 Sherrard, R. 161 Sherren, E. 274 Sherwood, A. 126 Shestina, V. 136 Shewan, E. 171,274 Shewan, G. 171 Shilka, W. 246 Shinabargar, james 274 Shoemaker, john 162,274 Shomo, Charles 274 Shopek, P. 182 Sieving, Corinthia 182, 274 Simmons, A. 179 Simmons, K. 163 Simmons, j. 228 Simms, Stephanie 126, 274 Simonson, B. 164, 169 Simpson, Rick 161, 274 Sims, D. 233 sin, 1.237 Sisson, Kim 160, 226 Sittler, Carolyn 150 Sittler, S. 249 Skaltsas, R. 247 Skirka, Mike 121 Skoczylas, Christopher 274 Skoczylas, Mary 126 Skow, Marilyn 156 Slack, Vincent 274 Slattery, C. 249 Slavers, A. 230 Smith, Karen 155 Smith, Lynn 156 Smith, Mark 103 Smith, Marty 159 Smith, N. 249 Smith, Sally 225 Smith, S. 131, 233 Smith. Sue169, 233, 274 Smock, G. 247 Smolinski, A. 244 Smyer, B. 221 Snartemo, N. 236 Snyder, Gary 274 Snyder, j. 233 Snyder, j. 162 Snyder, M. 118,164 Soike, D. 159,274 Solak, G. 160 Sabatino, Paul 121 Sabo. D. 151, 249 Saeger, Steve 180, 273 Sage, S. 252 Sahlmann, Patty234 Sajban, K. 223 Salmon, K. 248 Salone, V. 248 Salute, L. 176 Sammetinger, L. 224 Sammetinger, Miriam 97 Sampson, C. 251 Samuel, R. 167, 247 Sanders, Lisa 162, 234 Sanders, Nina 154 286 Schroeder, P. 250 Schroder, S. 226 Schroeder, Steven 165,273 Schuette, C. 251 Schulte, C. 222 Schultz, A. 134 Schultz, B. 185 Schultz, Christine 273 Schultz, D. 161 Schultz, Dan 273 Schultz, Davie 273 Schultz, j. 228 Schultz, Kathy 154 Schultz, M. 251 Schultz, M. 252 Slifer, Nancy 274 Small, jeff 110 Smalldon, leff95 Smiertelnv, L. 244 Smith, A. 171. 183, 274 Smith, Allison 250 Smith B. 243 Smith, Bev 155,274 Smith, C. 243 Smith Charlie 158 Smith, Glenn 175,274 smith, J. 231 Smith, james 269 Smith, jennifer 250 Smith, K. 226 Spandikow, 5. 163, 274 Spangler, A. 240, 275 Spangler, j. 275 Spannenberg, j. 126, 137, 156 Sparks, B. 238 Speck, K. 154 Spees, R. 165 Spelde, T. 228 Spencer, D. 240 Speth, B. 129 Spice, R. 157,275 Spooner, K. 234 Spreng, L. 233 Springman, S. 241 Sproull, S. 164, 275 Squiers, S. 180, 275 Stafford, B. 245 Stafford, j. 226 Stalker, G. 275 Stamos, j. 242 Stancil, G. 179, 251 Stanfill, L. 275 Stankie, C. 223 Stanko, j. 253, 275 Stark, j. 242 Stark. L. 275 Stark, R. 225 Staschke, B. 241 Statzell, C. 224 Statzell, D. 129, 275 Steckholz, C. 234 Steeples, D. 155, 181, 275 Steerzer, R. 95 Stefan, S. 252 Steffen, D. 243 Steinacker, A. 275 Steinbeck, R. 103 Steinbruecker, Mark 162, 275 Steinhofer, j. 244 Steinmann, K. 240,275 Stellfox, G. 226 Steller, Susan 275 Stemke, Susan 136, 251 Stevens, B 174, 185,275 Stevens, Gregg 275 Stevenson, G. 225 Stewart, Charles 275 Stewart, j. 247 Stiehl, L. 182, 275 Stieve, Arthur 275 Stine, j. 164 Stinson, L. 137, 234 Stivers, Deb 153, 237 Stivers, S. 225 Stochel, D. 250 Stockhaus, S. 250 Stoclcman, B. 225 Stochel, R. 164 Stockton, S. 241 Stoehr, Dan 158 Stoka, Thomas 163, 275 Stone, Deb 151 Stork, Paul 160, 275 Story, W. 245 sroslmpf, C. 239 Stoskopf, Carleen 252 Stout. D. 246 Strand, Greg 103,221 Strand, Randy 103, 275 Strandberg, M. 244 Stranghoemer, L. 240, 275 Strasburg, D. 251 Strasburg, S. 164 Stratton, j. 223, 276 Straub, Kathy 153,239 Streicher, Randy 110 Streit, C. 251 Streit, D. 242 Striclcer, j. 247 Strickland, R. 168 Strietelmeier. C. 107, 1 Strietelmeier, Sherry 1 Strong, Karen 151 Struck, T. 243 Struharik, Debbie 162, Stuendel, Nacy 118, 24 Stuenkel, D. 230 Stuermer, P. 224 Stuhl, K. 250 Stuhrenberg, j. 242 Stypulkowski, C. 238 Sullivans, T. 242 Surges, A. 171, 222,276 Susdahl, M. 236 Sutter, C. 227 Sutter, G. 230 Swanbach, S. 227 Swanson, Brent 95, 279 Swanson, K. 234 Swanson, L. 247 Swanson, Ric 158 Swearinger, D. 183,27 Swedo, j. 180, 276 Swing, Lani 124, 132, 276 Swirlgle, L. 235 Tabs, R. 245 Talarick, A. 249 Tampson, Peggy 156, 27 Tanet, E. 230 Tanner, j. 164,276 Tanzillo, A. 247 Tasker, j. 164, 168 Tate, D. 252 Taylor, E. 244 Taylor, Tom 121 Teeters, Richard 276 Teibel, Chris 151 Teichler, Steve 159 Temple, jude 276 Templeton, T. 245 Tereba, Diana 156 Thalacker, Brian 164, 21 Thalmann, Steve 162 Thanepohn, D. 222 Thiboult, Mary 276 Thiede, R. 180, 276 Thomas, B. 235 Thomas, D. 107, 169, 22 Thomas, Diane 251 Thomas, j. 221 Thomas, Marcia 276 Thompson, Bob 159 Thompson, j. 244 Thompson, Mark 276 Thompson, Pat 152 Thompson, Sue 150 Thomson, Bobby 106, 10' Thon, W. 222 Thornton, A. 251 Thornton, Carol 276 Thorpe, P. 252 Thuber, B. 248 Thuprong, K. 107 Tieri, K. 222 Tiger, M. 225 Tinglino, Becky 276 Tinkey, j. 230 Tinsley, T. 225 Toelke, Mary 150 Tollefson, Pam 151 Tomaszewslci, 1.251 Tomell, james 276 Tomlinson, Roni 151 Tomm, Kevin 116 Tompking, K. 234 Tonkovich, B. 252 Torgerson, T. 229 Towsend, Berri 157, 276 Trager, N. 236 Trenka, Stephen 276 Trimpe, Ralph 161 Trombley, A. 233 Trumpy, Diane 136,234 ucals, Gina 132, 249 k, s. 225 ll, R. 247 ly, C. 168, 223 on, T. 164, 228 ml, B. 168, 223 pin, Greg 116 wiler, Terry 150 ietmeyer, Laurie 155 an, B. 243 l, William 276 eich, R. 231 ich, Larry 160 bach, V. 235 derwood, Rick 103 ger, Betty 151, 177 ger, j, 249 rath, T. 246 gain, j. 184 an, S. 252 il, M. 231 Amburgh, Bob 160, 70, 276 Den Hout, j. 251 ndermeer, D. 233 nderpas, j. 174, 279 ndeWie1le, Dave 121 ne, R. 221 nederict, C. 222 n Horn, G. 228 n Horn, 164, 276 1'l Lue, N. 233 n Steen, P. 227 ssell, M. 224 ter, jim 160 res, jim 276 tter, julie 151, 240 tter, P. 230 ian, Cheryl 277 ginas, Barb 156 ser, Claire 124, 132,277 cl, Denise 150 gelsang, Nancy 149, 154 gt, A. 230 lk, J. 236 lkmann, David 160 llmer, Dawn 153, 276 lom, Victor 277 nderlage, Margo 156 n Fange, j. 239 in Fangc, Mary Beth 97, 279 rka, D. 228 rke, j. 228 ss, Bob 159 ss, Juergen 162 th, B. 226 th, C. 247 th. H. 182,243 abreth, judy 237, 277 aetzig, R. 253 agner, Anna 152, 236 agner, Lee 277 agner, Mark 277 Q l, 1. 238 ahlfeldt, C. 177 ahlstrom, j. 231 ahlstrom, P. 250 aldschmitlt, Donna 150 alker, Al 160 allace. D. 164 allace, Mark 161 alrath, j. 163 alrath, N. 225 alsh, M. 252 alter, L. 252 alther, Christine 277 alton, C. 239 aluk, Gail 277 'anta, Patrick 103 arburton, Darryl 277 arden, james 162 areham, C. 175,221,277 arg, Larry 162 arner, M. 228 arner, Mary 157 Varnke, j. 250 Varren, L. 134, 233 Washburn, B. 221 llasson, j. 242 lfeber, Cary 221,277 Jebster, Robert 277 Wedig, N. 233 Wehling. J. 239 Weide, james 109, 118, 180,277 Weirauch, C. 240, 277 Weise, Russell 277 Weiss, lvl. 174,277 Weiss, R. 221 Weisse, M. 168 Welch, T. 243 Welch, W. 226 Wellhausen, john 116,277 Wells, Paul 161 Wendt, D. 222 Werner, Dennis 162 Wersto, Bob 162 Wesebaum, Paul 180, 222, 277 Wesseling, Don 97 Westbrook, Nancy 95,279 Westby, Edie 151 Westerman, john 162 Westphal, S. 244 Weter, N. 223 Wetmore, jerry 156,277 Wette, C. 238 Wheeler. Rex 277 White, Elizabeth 234 White, B. 182, 233 Whitton, j. 121 Whoolery, Vicki 277 Wicher, B. 247 Wicke, L. 183 Wickstrom, K. 239, 277 Wiclenhofer, D. 233 Wienk, Cheryl 154, 185 Wilke, julie 277 Wilkin, M. 249 Wilkins, C. 247 Willut, J. 246 will. Claudia 149, 157, 278 wille, Paula 156 Wilkins, Claudia 154 Willett, V. 179 Williams, Louise 152 Williams, P. 132, 235 Williams. B. 251 Willis, K. 224 Willis, Leland 167, 278 Wilsonk. D. 250 Wilson, S. 222 Wilson, Stephen 244 Winchell, T. 235 Windall, Dave 159 Wingstrom, G. 242 Winkler, Greg 103, 165 Winter, D. 246 Winter, William 163,278 Winter, Win 1-19, 161 Winthrop, M. 164, 169, 278 VVinw00d, S. 228 Witt, Vicki 155 Witte, R. 234 Witte, Richard 107, 246 Witte. Valerie 253, 278 wang, L. 225 Wittman, Anita 154 Wittmann, Mark 116, 230 Wittwer, joAnn 278 Wockenfuss, j. 225 Wohlgemuth. R. 165 VVoike, Lew 161 Wolaver. S. 183 Wolfrnm, S. 247 Wolle, Harold 174,278 Woltman, B. 221, 278 Woltman, L. 249 Wood, B. 227 Woodman, Lori 124, 132 Woods, C. 233 Wray, D. 173, 176 Wright, D. 244 Wuellner, C. 245 Wulter, Diane 155 Wykel, C. 236 Yackle, Marliese 136, 150 Yamashita, L. 252 Yancey, Kevin 160 Yates, G. 251 Yates, S. 165 Yoel, D. 244 Yonkers, jen 278 Young, D. 246 Young, Gail150, 278 Young, Lynn 278 Younghouse, Marilyn 162 251 Yox, A. 109, 183 Yucuis, D. 246 Yung, J. 228 Yunghans, T. 245 Yunover, j. 239 Yursky, Dori 157 Zack, K. 103, 165 Zackowitz, Walt 278 Zajac, Barbara 278 Zehme, C. 174,221 Zehuder, S. 184 Zeihiel, Terry 158 Zeile, Kathi 278 Zeili. Kim 243 Zell, Laurie 153, 278 Zeman, B. 243 Zenzinger, Dan 158 Zieche, 1. 222 Zillman, S. 252 Zimmerman, Brenda 278 Zimmermann, 12.221 Zimonja, C. 173 Zirbal, C. 230 Zirbel, Karen 151 Zobel, D. 238,278 Zorn, H. 243 Zoss, Cindy 156 Zuccaro, M. 126, 222 Zudell, D. 240 Zumph. Pat 154 Zunker. j. 222 Faculty Index Adgate, R. 192 Atfeldt, D. 192 Albers, j. 97, 192 Amundsen, N. 103, 192 Baepler, R. 191 Baepler, S. 192 Barlow, R. 192 Bauer, E. 126, 192 Bauer, E. 192 Baumgaertner, j. 193 Beckley, R. 193 Beilfuss, R. 193 Beilfuss, WV. 191 Bell, C. 110, 193 Berg, M. 193 Bernard, j. 193 Berry, R. 193 Betts, 1. 193 Bierwagen, P. 194 Bloom, W. 194 Bluemel, G. 194 Boehringer, H. 194' Boyd, w. 194 Brauer, R. 194 Brent, S. 194 Brocki, S. 195 Brockopp, D. 195 Brown, R. 124, 195 Bills, E. 195 Burfeindt, D. 195 Caemmerer, R. 195 Calloway, R. 195 Carlson, K. 195 Carlson, L. 196 Cezus, F. 196 Chalfant, H. P. 196 Cilo, D. 196 Colyer, R. 116, 118, 196 Combs, j. 196 Cook. A. G. 196 Crumpacker, M. 196 Cummiskey, j. 197 Cunningham, R. 197 Dallmann, W. 197 Da1lberman, W. 197 Deters, j. 197 Deters, R. 197 Drinkhahn, D. 103, 197 Droege, T. 197 Edinger, L. 103, 198 Ehrenberg, j. 198 Eifrig, W. 198 Engelder, C. 198 Erdoss, P. 198 Falkenstein, H. 198 Feaster, j. 198 Ferguson, B. 198 Filipowski, M. 199 Fine, D. 199 Fleming, L. 199 Frey, F. 199 Foster, L. 190 Galow, C. 199 Gehring, P. 199 Cehrke, j. 199 Given, j. 199 Gram, H. 191 Gunther, W. 200 Cuse. D. 200 Hall, T. 200 Hallerber , A. 200 Hannewalgd, N. 200 Hanson, R. 200 Hardgrove, C, 201 Harris, j. 200 Helms, 173, 201 Henrichs, K. 97 Herzog, R. 184, 201 Hillila, 13.201 Hoelty-Nickel, 1171111201 1-luegli, A. 184, 189 Hutchins, W. 201 Ikeda, M. 201 janiga, K. 201 jimenez, L, 202 johnson. j. 202 luell, M. 202 jungkuntz, T. 202 Kain, 1. 202 Karvellas, P. 202 Kautz, A. 202 Keller, VV. 202 Kemp, 111,208 Kiefer, W. 203 Klein, K. 203 Koch, W. 103, 203 Kochendorfer, L. 203 Koenig, R. 190 Koepkc, L. 203 Kohlhoff. D. 203 Korby. K. 203 Kowitz, W. 204 Krause, j. 204 Krebs, D. 204 Kretzmann, O. P. 189 Krekeler, C. 204 Krodel, G. 204 Kroenke, R. 204 Krueckenberg, K. 204 Krueckenberg, M. 204 Krueger, VV. 205 Kussrow, V. 205 Lambert, M. 205 Lange, P. 205 Lasky, D. 205 Larson, R. 205 Laube, R. 205 Lee, R. 205 Lehmann, G. 191 Lennes, j. 205 Leoschkc. M. 206 Leoschkc, W. 206 Lesnick, E. 206 Lindemann, S. 206 Loeppert, E. 206 Looman, A. 206 Loucks, j. 206 Ludwig, T. 207 Luecke, E. 207 Luecke, R. 206 Lux, C. 207 Manning, A. 207 Manning, A. 207 Marks, G, 207 Martinson, L. 207 lvlccall. 1.207 Meyer, A. 95, 208 Meyer, F. 208 Millar, R. 208 Millhorn, H. 226 Moore, R. 110,208 Moore, M. 208 Mortimer, K. 208 Moulton, T. 208 Mundt, M. 208 Must, G. 209 Mutke, D. 209 Nagel, E. 209 Nagel, N. 184, 190 Naumann, V. 209 Neal, W. 209 Nichols, K. 209 Noller, C. 209 Olmsteacl, W. 210 Olson, H. 169, 210 Peller, C. 210 Peri, B, 210 Peters, j. 210 Petersen, C. 210 Peterson, A. 210 Phipps, P. 210 Pick. B. 211 Piehl, M. 211 Powell, N. 211 Prahl, 1-1.211 Prouty, j. 211 Purclen, W. 110,120,211 Rust, W, 211 Rechlin, A. 211 Reiner, VV. 92 Reinke, E. 212 Reynolds, M. 212 Riedel, W. 184 Risley, H. 212 Rivers, C. 212 Robertson, M. 212 Robison, R. 212 Rose, R. 212 Rubcl, W. 213 Rubke, W, 190 Ruoscll, D. 149, 191 Sanford, V. 213 Schaefer. M, 213 Sclleidcrer,X1'.213 Scheimann, R. 213 Schoecli, W, 213 Schueler. j. 213 Schultz, R. 184 Sch wan, T. 184, 214 Schwanholt, D. 214 Seclerberg, N. 214 Serine. E. 214 Shabowich, L. 214 Sllirer, D. 214 Shy, T. 109, 214 Sievers, 215 Sitton, F. 215 Smith, D. 191 Smith. j. 215 Smith, L. O. 215 Sommer, R. 215 Sorenson, j. 215 Speckhard, G. 103,215 Sprecher. 12.215 Spring, B. 216 Sponberg, A, 216 srafrr. J. 216 Stephan, N. 216 Stiemke, 12.216 Stith. R. 184 Strietelmeicr, j. 190 Sullivan, 216 Sumrall, j. 216 Sylvester, j. 181,216 Swihart, W. 217 Tan, 1.217 Telscllow, F. 184, 217 Tlliele, K. 217 Toledo, 51.217 Trost, A. 217 Tuttle..-1.217 Tychsen, N. 217 Umbach, H. 218 Vatcr, G. 218 Vocke, M. 218 Voelker, C. 218 VonBargen, W. 218 Waldschmidt, R, 218 Walton, L. 218 Wegman, N. 184, 219 Wehling, A, 184,219 Weinholcl, R. 219 Widiger, N. 219 Wienhorst, R. 219 Wienllorst, S. 219 Wilson, R. 219 Winrow, E. 118 Zoss, L. 219 287 288 I have long felt that one of the loveliest and loneliest sounds in my' world comes from the chapel carillon on the morning after re- cess begins. Promptly' at seven o'- clock the hells ring out yy ith the hy'mn to the Holy' Trinity which I have heard every' morning of the y'ear noyy' gone. The 3000 young men and women who also heard the bells every' morning are seat- tercd almroad over the yyorld, ls it perhaps true that the sound of these morning and evening hells are the greatest gift yy e yy ere almle to give them - the daily lifting of the memory' that all life is hidden in Cod and that a true college education must include the sound of decisive bells ringing their praises of the Holy' Trinity' at appointed times each day 'T' jo,-ynna llllL'l7NClllllllll me H., Ax 7 Ga-S3 r fd U' F 'i mf -ss-25' -ga, Ja sas P' w?'q pr ,sf I' ' Var.: 4' 'say faq W Ns.: t Hs in-1 .sr 'L 1 4 ..,' I 1 ik' - ' ', ,' i - . A "' ' .V , ' -' ' . .- , W ,af , ' ' 2 - 'if' .. ' 1 . I -t ' Q-rj if ' . - y ti, ff piety , A , . rv ,- f ' ' . c . -tj2",',b"T,',' '.,f 'sf' J',:Jf'2" ,. Q.. f V f ig . . .4 1 ' -,I 1. ' drl-his 'LM s . . ' -- 1 I ,- . ,, -ur . . ,433 U .f L' ' 1 5' ' ' . I L - - , -If: ' "5-P"",,fP'f , ftxlirl Q 5.5253 l 'gf'-ww? ispf2':5Qy'i . 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