Vincennes University - Le Revoir Yearbook (Vincennes, IN)

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The weather was perfect-warm, with no clouds to be seen. Alumni, faculty, staft, and friends all ioined VU students on campus for the "Littlest SOO" Weekend. John Denver opened the activities on Friday night with a pop concert. Popular with the students, he was returning for his second appearance at VU. Saturday's agenda included the Stilt Walk, Egg Toss, Three' Legged Race, the Trike Race, and the Bike Race. Ronnie Milsap was featured at the dance Saturday evening. Trophies were awarded to Delta Gamma Iota Little Sisters, winners of the Trike Race, and to l-larrison l-lall, winner ofthe Bike Race. - wav- 'B'j"Y51L .' ,fn e A fresh rider takes over from his exhousted teommoter 4. Riders for Clork ond Harrison Halls bcmle for position. i Q rf xc gf M f x i V Nj . s gee- -i The rhythm of Ronnie Milsop provides music for the dance. ' 1 f K A f 3--Y4An.fJ?l 5 1 iw 1 n ' 1 2 , f ' A Q r , . i I Students test their stil?-walking obilify. events of the Hlittlest 500" MA, v' ,M ...g,,,., L, 1 ' R "7 I " "' H A vp'- SAX, I 1 , if Z U. I4 , ff --as 'N vw Judy Donovon gingerly cofches on egg. 'Qu- fi..-""'.-9 fri' . F, students gamble away their lives at casino royale -l The "Back to Back" provides music for gamblers. ' 5-sv W MLQYW .a,g:,!,-'Clam 'Z fy W The dice roll once again. Sponsored by Student Activities, Casino Royale provides stu- dents the "legal opportunity" to gamble. Various campus organizations sponsored concession stands. Gambling machines similar to the ones in actual gambling enter- prises were used. Stage money was given to students who wished to try their luck. For a small price, students could obtain extra money. The proceeds from the sale of stage money went toward a gift certificate that was auctioned oFf at the end at the evening. 15 l Serious-faced Grady Nutt creates laughter. I , , ., ....-,X . ,..1-' 1 Time out for a mother-daughter conversation. moms enjoy their weekend Beautiful weather helped to make Mom's Weekend a success on the VU campus this year. Activities began with a tea Friday afternoon for the mothers and their daughters and sons. The All-Campus Variety Show, presented on Friday night by the residence halls, sororities, and fraternities, was a salute to the mothers and tathers. Beta Xi received the first place trophy, while Clark Residence l-lall and Delta Gamma Iota placed second and third, respectively. Alpha Theta Chi received the Director's Trophy. Saturday's activities opened with a luncheon, and in the atter- noon the Freshman Class sponsored a lawn party. On Saturday evening, the Miss VU Pageant moved into a new home, the Beless Gym. Miss VU ot l97O, Sharon Young, was featured singing "Fverything's Comin' Up Roses" and i'Funny." Grady Nutt, a comedian, appeared between the swimsuit, talent, and evening gown competitions. Miss Penny Tichenor was named Miss Vincennes University ot l97l. Coleen Grittin was first runner-up, Pamela Talbott, second, Sherri Coons, third, and Diane Tharp, fourth. Pamela Talbott was also named the first Miss Congeniality of Vincennes University, The weekend activities closed with a brunch late Sunday morn- ing. Mom's Weekend of T971 was a huge success and was en- ioyed by the mothers as well as their sons and daughters. -.., . Q Q in 5 16 l students combine talent for the spring variety show The "Belly-Button Brigade" ot Morris Hall. Blazerettes display their talent at the Variety Show. Debi Peelman and Jane Boals dance to the song "Don't Tell Mama," The VU Security Force is a victim of Sig Ep tradition. T7 Sig Eps toke pon in clossroom octivity, a variety of entertainment for the moms Cklurlr Hull sings out ot the Voruety Sho I8 55.4. Pom Tolbon entenoins of the Voriefy Show. The ALS -, 1 lw 'W ' The five Hnolists: Coleen Griffin, Penny Tichenor, Pomelo Talbott, Dionne Thorp, ond Sherri Coons. anxious moments for the contestants Wr-'ff 1 K , i- is 1 ' It A T l l I ' , I l j. gr" . fifllh, 'ly I T , 34 lk K! 8 X ' 'X '1 Sharon Younq, Miss VU of l97O, cculls out quorter turns for the ten semi-hnolnsls 20 miss vincennes university After weeks ot tension ond excitement, Penny Tichenor wos chosen Miss Vincennes University. How did she feel? "Shocked ond excited-l think thot it is impossible to describe how one feels ot the moment." She wos selected from omong the five semi- finolists chosen from the ten Miss VU contestcints. Moioring in elementory educotion ond minoring in music, Penny hopes to become o tecicher. She olso enioys the entertoining world ond plons to further her educotion in music. Penny is on octive member ofthe chorus ond the "Rooring Twenties" ond hos storred in some ot VU's musicol productions, She belongs to Phi Theto Koppo, the honorory scholostic society, ond hos been on the Deon's List tor two semesters. Since she porticipoted in the Miss lndiono Pogeont, Penny is olso o member of the Miss lndionci Sorority. Commenting on her new title, Penny soid: "As Miss VU l hope to represent Vincennes University to the best ot my obility ond to shore with others the ioys ond sotistoctions thot I hove ex- perienced during my reign ot Vincennes University. I would like to express my grotitude ond oppreciotion to VU for oll the wonderful things offorded me os Miss Vincennes University." 5 'J' 4 '-i gg , .ffftic 9 personalities visit vu s 1 .E , .i 1 i iq. n. The well-known folk-singing duo, Kris 81 Dale, performed for VU students at the Le Revoir Signature Dance in Beless Gym last May P-mf, 22 John Denver, a contemporary song-writer and guitarist, paid his second visit to VU last April to star in a poo concert climaxing the "Littlest SLXT' Bicycle Race Weekend. l-lis performance, in which he included his popular renditions ot "Country Roads" and "Leaving on a Jet Plane," was enioved by all in attendance. Muckraker and consumer affairs expert Ralph Nader addressed the VU student body in an April convocation. ln his talk on "Envi- ronmental Hazards: Man-Made and Man-Remedied" he cited "a drain ot courage in the pioneering ot better products and means of production by large corporations" as a "primary reason tor mony of the environmental problems and inferior products mar- keted today." Mr. Nader also spoke about the severe problem ot pollution, and concluded that if all citizens exerted iust a small eftort, the environment would be vastly improved. it Noder blasts the auto industry for contributing to pollution. The AI Cobme Orchestre furnishes the music for "Three Coins un o Founfomf' 24 Q H4 ', 'sis A ,K M 'f Y 'af' . 0 'I 1 ff , Z,,,,,, louro Yingst ond Tom Ring ot the Sprung Formal 5 1 2, ii ,V ry- 'L cf so L Q s . the spring formal creates memories "Three Coins in a Fountain" was the theme ot the Spring Formal which was sponsored by the Freshman Class. Music was provided by the Al Cobine Orchestra. President lsaac K. Beckes crowned Melanie Bliss, senior, as queen ofthe Spring Formal. She was selected from six candidates, including Carol Bowman, Gwen Gray, Jane Grimes, Gwen Shel- bourne, and Gladys Williams. An informal party sponsored by the Senior Class was held after- wards at Lake Sun and Sand. "Back to Bock" and "Us" were the featured bands. - ,,,, as Administration greets students in the receiving line l ,ASQ 3 limi? s i 4 5 fi , l .,4l'qQ4 .fx , fr .,...-we o "i -mi-uunllli GOLD CORD WINNERS FIRST ROW: Kathy McKinley, Larry Nash, Stanley Hurst, Miss Linda Dale, Earlene Rushing, Jo Berta Hein, Linda Ritter, Jane Grimes. SECOND ROW: Paul Ingram, Bill Taylor, Kerry Teverbaugh, Gary Hill, Jill Stevens, Janet Scales, Gwen Shelbourne, Greg Farris, THIRD ROW: Stan Walston, Janice 1 Q 4?- .N' ,1 2 i v 5 xA,.--- - Schaedel, Louise Burk, Susie Fleckenstein, Jon Tucker, Richard Pea, William Posey FOURTH ROW: Shirley Rogers, Suzanne Baker, Dale Steele, Dennis Wildermon Jeanne Atkinson, Glinda Fitzgerald, Marilyn Schmidt. 1 .1 ,lfyi 1 ,K "M-1 . BLUE CORD WINNERS FIRST ROW: Christine Him- melhaver, Jody Bigos, Miss Linda Dale, Helen Meyer, Margaret Konecny. SECOND ROW: Sherri Coons, Penny Tichenor, Sally Wright, Cynthia Cecil, Kelly Laughlin. THIRD ROW: Julia Brink, David Spitler, Kenny Simms, Dennis McCombs. FOURTH ROW: 26 Phillip Eicher, James Jernigan, Daniel Siders. PACEMAKER AWARD WINNERS FIRST ROW1 Jason Straka, Glinda Fitzgerald, Gwen Shelbourne, Louise Burk, Jody Alexander. SECOND ROW: Tom Greenwood, Greg Farris, Steve Wendelboe, Susie Fleckenstein, Jon Tucker. THIRD ROW. Stan Walston, Paul Nagy, Kitty Lyons, Dave Odum. Seniors enioy o chicken barbecue. seniors enjoy their last days at vu Senior Day is an annual event spon- sored by the VU Alumni Association. Brother Bede Keller, a i958 graduate of Vincennes University, spoke to students during an afternoon convocation. Later in the day, festivities included a barbecue supper, an evening concert featuring the Blazer Concert Band, and a dance with the Blazer All-Star Band providing the music. 27 I7 is I I .fir graduation arrives at last! The lawn outside Mariah Creek Chapel was the setting for the i971 commencement exercises. Following an address by Dr. Eldon Nielson, Vice-President ot Physical Science at Mead Johnson in Evansville, six hundred titty-six students were graduated. A public reception tor the graduates, their parents, and their guests was conducted afterwards. the qrfirlucitr-'. -.how their rriiiqe al uttitiiilns lrom eagerness to boredom 28 L.-.D VU groduotes depori from the ceremony. -Mi' wav' "1-'HF-59-' f' H, mu AA WM M 1232 is MW QSSDAN4, ,ff ua.,- . J W N f me we ., "'5b'z'i wa, -naw. QW ,Aram rims .faq " 455' .,, we M wwf gg ,,x.,. Students ond porenfs gather of the reception. Judge Normon Arterburn oddresses VU groduofes. f v Q . , - 3 +.I, ' . ,- Q 'X 5 ' xg u, N ,lu s N I . 5 A I II 4.4 4 I II, -I Lx' +I4 YHA' Mx Q IX I Y Vx X' ut f -'g K lf "' , Q N x ' I T' N 'Q I ' ' 4, - Q K 1 . ox ,, X . 1 4 I 1 s x 1 Lk ,- 1 " s ' v m fl '. - N K, x Q . , 1 S vsl h, J , I .. N Q' X - v Nh , w:5I ' 0 x X x 'l 4 I I I I 1 I. , . I 'a., I ' I ."3 1 4 - .. . 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I Q I , fy 4,.,D I .1 I .I N .- P-' "H'.7THt 'A ' :Ara bb' ' .Q ' '74 i"f,' Q",'41" .qf Q Am 'rg NIJ! . . .1 QI 'T 53 gf , M . ' L sv ti 5,. .I ,J . in I'I-Nfx ' 5 "1" A ' .2 I 30 J 1 'swhmw Q 'W ,,,, M M me X ' ""P msg, 1 W""'eY - V3 , K' by 'Sf f , lfsd ,,,, Q21 ,XM EIU A fu maybe tomorrow i'II find my way to the land where the honey runs in rivers each day. 4-se. greeks unite Bob Tryner sings folk tunes during Greek Weekend. 32 to spread fellowship among the students The purpose of Greek Weekend is to create an opportunity tor closer cooperation and improved understanding between VU's fraternities and sororities. The weekend began with Bob Tryner and Craig Walker singing folk songs. Later, the "Back to Back" provided music, while stu- dents and taculty danced or ate watermelon. There was also a shaving cream contest. The final event of the evening was VU's tirst annual "Miss Watermelon Bust Contest," which was won by Shirley Rogers, senior. On Saturday, the fraternities and sororities opened their houses to those persons who were interested in learning about their or- ganizations. A dance Saturday night featuring the "Back to Back" completed the activities ot the weekend. ,o H" O ' 5 iw Shirley Rogers reigns as "Miss Watermelon Bust." the alumni association sponsors the annual chili supper , rlgfy, f We 'Q K f 1 , A if 2 s mv' N ! f W .Q , 4 .. f' ,W Rlumni assist in serving chili. The 1971 Chili Supper, sponsored by !U alumni and held in the Green Audito- ium, was attended by hundreds of stu- ients, faculty, staff, alumni, and ownspeople. Organ music was furnished for the event, prizes were rattled, and various :ampus organizations sponsored booths. 'roceeds from the 19th annual supper be- :ame a part ot the Alumni Association Scholarship Fund. vu presents "you can't take it with you gttt 4 , The VU Theater began with the fall pro- duction of the play, "You Can't Take It with You." Presented in Green Auditorium, the life and adventures of the Sycamore family are featured. The cast consisted of grandfather, fa- ther, mother, and two daughters. Por- traying Tony Kirby, vice-president of his father's firm, and his secretary, were Allen Lewis and Linda Williams, freshmen. Kel- ley Meyers, freshman, characterized the part of the mother, Penelope Sycamore. Excelling in his portrayal of grandpa was Doug Osborn, freshman. Working together, the members of the cast performed a well-executed play. 11-.... 35 04' 49, ,JQAAIA i.". Gommo Tau builds one of the winning sond cosiles. A, ig, i'f1w!" ff n . rli F , ,: - mfgixgn, --,., f.. i"'f' .- ' W I .Y-l M. ,wi1qs,,,,Qgf-1-wsu-' - , .nur WAT, .Wsamf 1'- -' 4... g3"-- an " 36 449' .-Q" ...p- students participate .- 1? --. 'Q ,f-- 'N 4-34- Q- . .n- g .as ..- , 1 ". .f""" fg Y 174 .Q ,- "' - " in ' "' iw-aiu ug :-ul-.- p-v-- an ,as- the first vu regatta 14132 Qs . The first annual Regatta, a weekend ot exciting activities tor VU students, was held in early October at Lake Sun and Sand. Activities began Friday night with a bonhre and song-test. Saturday after- noon, students competed in a canoe race, the main event of the weekend. ln the co- ed division, DECA took first place, Alpha Theta Chi took second, and Morris Hall took third. In the men's division, Harrison Hall Team it-'lo tied with Felix Gitiord tor first place, while the Town Housing Team 313 won third place. Later in the day two-legged races and a sand-castle building contest were held, Gamma Tau and the independents tied tor first place. A dance featuring "Moses" completed the Regatta activities on Saturday evening. Contestants gather around to hear the rules. 37 ILILY59 Concert pianist Peter Nero plays at the pop concert, Comedy skits, dance routines, and sing- ing characterized the Fall Variety Show, an event included in the annual Dod's Weekend activities. Harrison Residence Hall received the Hrst place trophy for their skit entitled "Everybody Ought To Have a Maid" while Clark Hall placed second in competition with "One Tin Sol- dier Rides Away," a skit based on the theme from the movie "Billy Jack." A second highlight of Dad's Weekend was concert pianist Peter Nero per- forming for students and their dads. Among his selections were classical and popular songs including "Raindrops Keep Falling on My l-lead," and the themes from "Love Story" and "Summer of '42." Alter an entire weekend ol excitement, Dad's Weekend came to a close with a Sunday morning brunch. 38 Y 5 Q.. X 2 gi, . 1-v.. . Dods and sons play each other in a softball game Y 'W 1 W , ak 4 ' wi ,gf . 5 , f 4 fx . v N , . W 2 x 1 a f A 4 . 2 51 2 l N F I , x , Q0 Xi , SJ . Q Ty ,Zi Q ' 5 ,, -w -ff ,+G .uw f QW W........ XXX" ' Mf..m,w-k.,.....,.,..M " x-'ffffgw--vw-,,...,..,,.,l Mwxwfl 4444: 4-11fS++l++4 4 4 4 4-4 444- 444Xx'k il Q' fn, SM N' rs 'H. . a 'AN I I Horruson HolI's Hrs!-ploce skit, favr' srmqa ohcml love from Alphu Them Chl 40 ' I if 'ff A folk song by Bill ond Sue scenes from the fall variety show Wm A--44' Students get together for o finol tribute to the dods. i Terry Ellis plays o guru. l pq-pn-p--W I tl all Pom Talbott solutes the dods. 41 Coney, welsh, and eldridge present their views to students 'fi "gg .1 Former Governor Matthew E. Welsh of Indianapolis visited the VU campus while on a campaign tour through Indiana. While on campus, the former governor talked with student members of the Young Democrats. 42 tri? In mid-October students were privi- leged to have the opportunity to hear a fine orotor speak on "The i8-Year-Old Voter." A former iournalist, governor's aide, and public relations representative, James Eldridge expressed ideas con- cerning topics which trouble today's youth, such as the Vietnam war, drugs, the threat of atomic war, and segregation. He Founder and executive director ot Citi- zens Forum, Inc. ot Indianapolis, Mrs. Mat- tie Coney spoke on the topic ot "Individ- ual Responsibility" during a Convocation sponsored by the Social Science Division. Responding tothe question, "What is Citi- zens Forum, lnc.'?," Mrs. Coney defined it as a good neighbor policy designed to improve conditions within a neighborhood by educating the residents of that area ta their responsibilities to themselves and others in the same neighborhood and then to help carry out these responsibilities. Mrs. Coney has served as a member, ofticer, or board member tor countless community betterment organizations. Her accomplishments in these organizations are practically endless. urged that students prepare themselves before voting so that they can enter the political world with "knowledge and en- thusiasm," He told students, "By giving you the right to vote, we have taken away from you the choice ot whether to drop in or to drop out. You are now members ot the establishment. Welcome aboard." robert IflglIS presents a one man show ofthe Canterbury tales The performance of Robert Inglis, an Australian actor, was summed up as pra- fessionalism and a love for what he was doing. During the prologue, his talents and powers of recall showed through when he introduced the various characters. Switching roles immediately between dialogue, the audience could follow the character he was portraying through his change of facial expression, mannerisms, and voice. The performance of Inglis was so pro- fessional that he made an impossible task look easy. lnglis demonstrated that all a great actor needs is an audience. 43 iv '-Q - ,., , 'ff Q, or I " W 1 Doto Processmg Club sovs Hold em Bock Team W ll d Hmm-1 ommq Queen On the food to cheer the Blazers to vuctorv qi homecoming activities pave the way for blazer victory l The Blozers lump for v Auto Mechanics Club "Tells It Like lt ls." Students on the VU compus were cought up in the excitement ot the vorious Homecoming octivities, Storybook choroc- ters ond toirylond floots represented the theme, "World of Fontosyf' Copturing the President's Trophy vvos AlDD., vvhile Auto lvlechonics received the best theme oword. Doto Processing vvos ovvctrded the trophy lor the best-con- structed tToot The most beoutitul tloot ovvord vvent to Lombdo Chi, Other trophies presented were tor the lovvn disploys. Receiving tTrst plcice vvos DECA. Copturing second ond third ploces were Sigmo Phi Epsilon ond U.C.CF., respectively. Poving the food to victory tor the Blo- zers wos o bonhre sponsored by Gcimmci Tou. Phi Delto Sigmo wos nomed the vvin- ner ot the "Yell Like Hell" contest, Reign- ing over the vorious weekend octivities wos Miss Jodi Bigos, Homecoming Queen. The "Rose Colored Gloss," ci group from Chicogo, provided the music for the donce held in Green Auditorium The enthusiasm of the students ond their conhdence in the Blozers inspired the teom to the Hrst leg ot the tournoment ond on to the finol victory. tw 'lr P f-"K-x "l 2 5. T5 PQ i l I , V T V h. ,l ' 'ff' .fffli AOX gives spice to the bosketboll teom ' 1 , 5- f , 4 , Al X? ,fr g, . ,Z A ,,,, rg- 5 ' , T rtgf f' tt 'MI ' - I 'N 'tif Q -li ,""'L' ' a.':,?'-. .,f If 6: S " ,H A-. i ffl! lrirnlirtfi C lit iii tit lit-ii.. lit., -, f,,i.ii, 46 A hlnfirtq bonfire storts OH homecoming yvpgkend ? ZH 1, f vu's annual homecoming parade Q2 4 If . Q . 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The comedy is unique becouse The oudience is introduced To The enTire cosT before The ploT begins To unfold, ond o few Times during The ploy The oudience is spoken To direcTly by The chorocTers. The moin chorocTers. ore Pseudolus, ployed by Mike Johnson, Hero ond Philio, porTroyed by Bill Johnson ond Penny Tich- enor, Senex ond Domino, ployed by Rus- sell Bronomon ond Dione Miller, Rick VV. BoThe os HysTerium, Gory R. Henderson os CopToin Miles Gloriosus, Brod Jones os Morcus l.ycus, ond Fred Voyles os Erronius. IT wos obvious, from The excellenT pro- duction of "A Funny Thing l-loppened on The Woy To The Forum," ThoT The cosT ond crew worked exTremely hord To moke The ploy o success. M1-..,mN G 51 the spirit of christm is seen at vincenn The holidov spirit of Christmos comous, The festive mood wos disolo decorotiori of rooms ond doors In were covered with ornoments ond compus were goilv odorhed with om The University ofhciollv opened the onnuol Christmos tree lighting. Dr, Bec s bers of the concert bond provided mu ing the dov, the chimes rohg forth wit throughout comous took on o festive Coming holidov, K. Flu a Sli' ,, t. oi l i I i v i l l a l in f' r 'HL' Q ,1- uv 'i N . -' I ' 1- ,e' A r' L' '4 ' I' ' .,,,,n- - 'V . 1 : iii -Q is jf. q I Q. 1 i-'YY l l I I All lf! v 4 Q A' ' f ix ' f 'd L - 'fu X. ' - ,P g x - ' - l tl if.-f gf' X X Thi- if iiiiit,f Pi-lritions Offige qets into the spirit of things with o gift exchonge 52 A student studies diligently before departing for the holidoy 'Q ! A' The Christmas Tree brighiens Vincennes University, i. 5 v Y P r"..:'r Q A A 'f ine W . N. NL? 5 :Y 5 Effwzg FFWS . 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The decorotions included cdndv cones covering the beoutitullv-decoroted Christ' mos trees Stockings were used to deco- rote the stoge. Gloss condles were ploced on the tobles to provide o more festive mood. Doctor ond Mrs. Beckes greeted guests os they orrived. Ldter in the evening, door prizes were oworded to vorious students ond focultv members. Y: lJ1r'lrrr1rlfr.f- r'. vvhrrt it if. rrll ulyrmt 54 L. , E A ..f 32, Ur Y YA .A W 'Q Q 'Q 3' 8 l' january graduates have a luncheon in the harrison room A luncheon vvos held Thursdoy, Jonuory T3, l972, for those students who were groduoted ot the end of the Foil semester of l97l-T972 Diplomos were presented ot thot time by the division choirmen. Dr. J. Edvvord Klinker, Deon ot Foculty, presided ot the luncheon. The Reverend Mike Jocobs gove the invocotion ond Fo- ther Bernord Lutz gove the benediction. Those students who groduoted in Jonu- ory olso hcrd the privilege ot porticipoting in the commencement exercises in Moy. S Cori Nmn Chr of the VU Alumni Assocrotron oddresses the groduotes. politicians canvass campus Dr. Otis P. Bowen, M.D., speaker ot the House of Represent- atives ot lndiana, delivered an address at the Christmas con- vocation. Dr. Bowen is a graduate ot lndiana University with an A.B. degree and holds his MD. degree from lndiana University. Dr. Bowen has contributed extensively to the state ot lndiana. He has been Minority Leader H965-ool, Speaker ot the House ot Representatives H967-721, Vice-Chairman of the Legislative Council ll967,68,69,7ll, and Chairman ot the Legislative Council H970-721. Dr. Bowen has also served as County Coroner H952-Sol, and as President ot Marshall County and the l3th District Medical Societies. Dr. Bowen now serves as a member ot the Advisory Committee on Curricula to Vincennes University, and is a member ot the Board ot Trustees ot Ancilla College. ln l97l, Dr. Bowen received the Alumni ot the Year Award from lndiana University Medical School and the l97l Merit Award from lndiana Public Health Association. Senator Birch Bayh lD-lndl presented a politically-oriented speech to the students in Green Auditorium on January l2, l972. Following the speech was a question and answer period where Mr. Bayh was aues- tioned on such topics as the Vietnam War and the Democratic Party. Mr. Bayh is a tarmer as well as an at- torney, A Purdue University graduate, he ranked in the top lO percent of his law class at lndiana University. Mr. Bayh served as a member ot the House ot Rep- resentatives in l955, and has been a sena- tor ot lndiana lor the past ten years. 57 john laughery wins "bachelor of the year" S E, it 58 U I? l as., rw -..Z1,gv The Bochelor ofthe Yeor Donce, on on- nuol event sponsored bv the VU student Associotion, vvos held Soturdov, Jonuory 8, in Green Auditorium Music vvos pro- vided bv "Justice," The condidotes for Bochelor ot the Yeor were Doug Mover, John Loughery, Ted Creech, Joe Chestnut, ond Mike Chom- pion. The voting vvos done bv the women present ot the donce, ond John Loughery, o Sigmo Pi, vvos declored Bochelor of the Yeor. monica edelson reigns as 1972 sweetheart The annual Sweetheart Dance was held in Green Auditorium on February l2. "Pure Funk" provided the music on this occasion. Candidates nominated for Sweetheart were Elaine Teague, Sa- mara Elliott, Monica Edelson, Ellen Zelmer, and Marie Potts. After the votes ot the men present at the dance were tabulated, Monica Edelson was chosen as Sweetheart of i972 X 18.1. ,. y "3 is Q "Al 1, . f s"'t"'-' i4ff'ii I4 .., i utr 59 F W-2, W f H. his X ,,., hi? --41.1.11 ' ., ...enq- -n-Q-5 4 K A organizations ,sun W, Q t then troubIe's gonna lose me worry leave me behind and i'll stand up proudly in true peace of mind young democrats The moin purpose of the Young Demo- crots is to help out the locol, stote, ond no- tionol Democrotic condidotes who ore running tor vorious omces. The orgonizo- tion exists to involve ond interest students in the mechonics ot politics. The Young Democrots try to bring con- didotes to compus to speok on Demo- crotic views. The members olso hove o cornpoign to get eligible students to regis- ter to vote in their own communities. Anv student who is interested in politics ond willing to support the views ot the Democrotic Portv is invited to become o member ot the Young Democrots. auto mechanics club In the Fgll ot Woo, the Auto Mechonics Club wos orgdnized to enoble mechonics students to exchonge knowledge dmong themselves, to promote o better under- stonding ol guto mechonics, ond to ossist ciuto rnechgnics students in scholorships. Activities ol the Club include entering cz l-lomecsorning tloot, ond sponsoring 0 62 MEMBERS: Mr. Lorry Lehmon, odvisor, Ted Mellencamp, Bill Wheeler, Steve Evons, Rick Smith, Terry Shorp, Wolly Weber, Tom Freemon, Pete Mvstrom, Rob Peck, Tom Niedermeyer, president, Mike Mor- sholl, vice-president, lim Sondborn, secre- tory, Robert Smith, Froncis Woods. PS5 Rodd Rollv, on onnuol Alumni Supper, ond o Club portv, The members olso work on cors belonging to students, toculty, ond stoft in their spore time to roise funds for the Club. MEMBERS: Poul Phillips, Ernie Crone, Ron Grott, Fronk Pinterics, Steve Dve, Steve EI- liott, Phil Eicher, John Sinnott, lorry Or- chord, Jim Stricklond, Dove Brown, Mike Griswold, Keith Lockev, Robin Follis, Bill Rupp, Mike Singer, Eugene Shonks, Kim Leosure, l-lorry Molesworth, Brion Dvnes, Ed Moser, Mike Benko, Ed White, Lorry Polhomus. united campus christian fellowship The United Campus Christian Fellow- their faiths to provide tor VU students op- educational and social activities to better ship organization was developed as a re- portunities to express their religious enable themselves to serve other students sult of several Vincennes churches uniting needs. Members of this tellowship initiate and the surrounding community. 7 The Motivators, a newly-formed club for recreation maiors, is one ot the most active campus organizations. The students sponsor bowling, skating, and swimming parties, and other recreational activities. In October, members travelled to Hous- ton, Texas, for the National Parks and Recreation Association Convention, and later attended a conference in Evansville. They also spent weekends camping at Brown County State Park, Robison Hills, Bradford Woods, and Lincoln State Park. MEMBERS: Michael Adams, Paul Abbate, Kirk Allee, Tom Alwine, Sue Anleitnor, Nancy Attaway, Marilyn Auman, Cheryl X-. 7'f"i- Beard, Sandy Beck, Barb Black, Jon Bowen, Marylynn Brehm, Eugene Brow- der, Peggy Bryant, Tim Burris, Cindy Cecil, Linda Clinton, Marsha Collison, Eugene Cosby, Randall Crane, Michael Darrett, Bruce Dixon, Mary Durrett, Jo Ann Ed- wards, Carolyn Eshelman, Rose Finazzo, Leon Fleets, Charles Freland, Melody Gray, Joan Hamilton, Robert Harrington, Rick Hendrickson, Sue Hollingsworth, Sue Hovermale, Cathy Howard, Mary Ann Van Hoy, Rusty Hughes, Kathy Hundley, Joseph Jaracz, Nicky Kasting, Ed Rudolph, Jim Cook, Jim Anderson, Bob Pi- per, Bob Hancock, Ron Lux, RuAnn Kelso, motivators club x Ted Creech, Pat Fleck, Debbie Donalson, Dick Bowen, Charlie Cochran, Carol Crichlow, Dan Bozick, Mona Wilson, Jeanne Atkinson, Sally Wright, Cara Wil- son, Ronald White, John Walker, Mike Trimble, Ulysses Thomas, Robert Terhune, Sue Smith, Mike Shelton, Robert Savage, Ruth Rollins, Paulette Roeder, Sue Pieper, Barb Murray, William Murphy, Ted Mor- gan, Tom Maiors, Chris McKenney, Ken- neth Maddox, Pam Logan, Missy Konkle, Margaret Koneeny, Vicky Knecht, Vicki Gram. 63 art club The Art Club was organized to provide an additional channel in which members can creatively express themselves through various proiects and activities undertaken by the group. The club also strives to ex- pand students' exposure to art techniques and procedures used throughout the world. I aft-fi A,l.A.D. was established to improve the science of graphic communicaticn by dis- eminating technical information, drafting techniques, and other facets of design and drafting. A continued program of educa- tion was initiated and encouraged to pro- mote self-improvement. The drafting students participate in de- partmental activities as well as campus activities. Students can gain membership in the American Institute for Design and Drafting, ol which A.l.A.D, is a student chapter. A.I.A.D, sets up and sponsors Held trips. The organization visited the St. Louis Corvette assembly plant, 64 Activities ot the Art Club include spon- soring and participating in a folk music festival, a student art show and sale, and making their talents available to other stu- dents by painting buttons and signs tor various organizations and campus activities. 'W H 2 C7 3' :ii CD C7 f-P Z 'W 2. Q9 5. Q. Z VJ I-F Z. fi Z O Q. DJ 0-P CD Q. Q. T DJ :P 3 CD 'El 2 gag ' . 5 , MEMBERS: Mary Van Meter, advisor, Richard Allen, Larry Schmitt, Vickie Spears, secretary, Fred Voyles, president, Charles Davis, Kent Ellis, Dennis McCool. ' N 'js Q, 'WuB, af' I - J f' 0 Z . -vs - .-,,.i,.,.-,-N- .-.v-,,x,.:,,,,. 1 , . Ant".' MEMBERS: Gary Baxter, Alan Ripple- meier, Terry Adams, secretary, Paul Bis- sey, Larry Pletch, Steve Wagoner, Ray- mond Watson, Pete Williams, Dallas Reeves, James Clements, Alvin Budreau, president, Russ Staflord, Calvin Sechrest, vice-president, Rhonda Rademaker, Law- rence Elliott, treasurer, Steve Cole, Rich- ard Riba, Bernie Sievers, representative, Anthony Pierson, Phillip Bundy, Terry Kel- ler, John Baldwin, Gene Andrick, Kent l-larting, Terry Parker, Brent Callahan, representative, Douglas Fisher, Steven Johnson, P, Donald Callahan, Gary W. Racine, Robert C. Sur, Steven A. Killion, Jack Owens, Jeremy l-lilt, David A. McDonald, Alan P. Chase, Marty Smith, John W. Maurer, Robert Whaley, Tom Pritchard, George Enoch, Steve Kempher, Ronald Ridgway, Robert Inman, Steven Rose, Cynthia Hazelwood, James Musick, Gregory G. Gootee, James Arendt, Wil- liam McCombs, David Wallis, John Mangas. 4 The main goal of the .9l8 Printing Club is to give students the opportunity to ex- pand their knowledge of typesetting, photolithography, and other aspects of printing. lt also acquaints students and provides them with a unified working atmosphere. The printing of letterheads and business cards for the VU students and faculty is the main fund-raising project of the Print- ing Club. MEMBERS. P.D. Haywood, Fred Ward, Larry Woods, Richard Dings, Lindsey Bain, .918 printing club Harold Turner, Larry Stahly, Mike Rucker, Larry Campbell, Chuck Stevens, Tim l-lendershot, John Adkins, Mike Shalk, Roger Ford, John Ingram, advisors. indiana student education association ' ,,.- '--m-....,,,,,,,,,M Constituted in the Fall of l968, lndiana Student Education Association was estab- lished to unite education maiors and train students to take their places in the educa- tion field. During the year, many educators speak on the problems, responsibilities, and re- wards of teaching. On November l5, sev- eral members iourneyed to Oakland City College to attend a conference on educa- tion. After a steak supper, members heard a panel discussion on special education, attended meetings informing them about legislative bills, and met other future teachers from universities in the surround- ing area. MEMBERS: Sharon L. Hoffman, president, Ron Raffignone, vice-president, Clara Rasche, secretary, Frank l-lockett, treas- urer, Tom Ring, Ruth Theising, Ann Schroe- der, Linda Shank, Vicke Graham, Susan Green, Mary Nolan, Bob Resler, Patricia Gwalney, Fred Babrick, Linda Kessler, Karen Weisenberge, Robin L. Byers, Joyce Collins, Theresia Jones, Kelly Jo Laughlin, Dennis D. Milligan, Jamely Kent, Mary Watkins, Marti l-lazelvvood, Mary Watkins, Marti l-lazelvvood, Mary Barekman, Carol Thompson, Eliiah Trass, Sheila White, Michelle Foughty, Joan Hauser, Judy Miller, John F. Wilson, Janine Homco, Brenda Dalton, Donna Clinkenbeard, S. Douglas Middleton, Dr, June Dollahan, advisor, Mr. Baxendale, co-advisor. 65 alpha theta chi 'i T n 1, v f., ac .nrt I ,O di-3" .Q -N ' ff .A xii' ' ' A 5 X 'r .aux Wa 1' -Avufalff' . . I 1 N E 1. o an--Q - li ,','2, vifwss I 1 if 66 r'v Adil I f. r. pubs.-!.cK'7. pw P tV'1' ,..l-3, ,Q -fill-B 5. S H ST C . M0100 Milo, Cmul Cm lulow SECOND bourue, Buhlmf Bu-gel, Suv PIUDOIV Mmcwu Liam' FOURTH . I A "" V '- ' 44' 4 ' V A nl QOQNIQ Q! A . W A 1 rd M g Koneggy, pvewdvm BNN VXVNNNG' ' 1. 13- 6 ,. sf ,. +, ,Q , ' 6 fl 6 I 'If 'a a ' gl 'AIAA ,nk - - I Vi I. 5 . B I' le kygs r' ,F 44,.,x . 'I I 5. Q q. ' F , IW 'a . P Q ' ' s I t . V X ' R' I A In 9 - 1 'vr --v a - S' ' -a' .. ' 'I .ZLWSX sf- Y a' --Y' v ar ' far' ' 9 ns emo mae q 5 7' 1 . . .3 , . fm. . 5932-s5.2Q4uaw3m1 a- .' s x wx. ' . - . s xx " ' Kf""'.. .. ' A ' , ' .. .. .f"'7' " ' . 45, . sg, ,M PLEDGES FIRST ROW: Sandy Rademaker, Janet Norris, Nancy Marshall, Joyce Collins, Pam Baker, Linda Jones, Joanne DiGiacoma, Karen Biegel, Marsha Markis, Diane Howell, Angela Kilgore, Kathy Pastry, Caryn Gerhort. SECOND ROW. Jolfllyn Winger, Connie Casey, Marlayna Lauricia, Sue Pea, Becki Grange, Sue Viehmon, Jamey Kent, Pat Pastry, Gale Weir, THIRD ROW: Mary Kaye Clements, Debbie Frey, Sandy Beck, Jan Farris, Eileen Johnson, Kathy Lipp, Judy Donovan. X r ri,' , gsgk., ,sir W-'tsis1.' X wwf N gtg . A , s - 1- 1 sf., X me 'stir' 1 it 'TNS 2 .4 C J. -- m ' W Nw tw rc, N tmsulem vfsffw. X- ' f Q av, ith. .tet 5 wvwxwi w . .. "Iss::,-'r-:iz . 1 K J Q .. X.-, I , J J X - , ,N X i . is f ' st . .'.... SSM ' N:-NN 'sl' - . - . . A -J X tl 'SW-Sfvs -f Xi' 'f' X, "W'w:..:.. L M .' A Nw N - T w Q J X. A . R i Q fs A- ---' . 'Q J. , V E Q ag A fg ,Xxx V ,t i . , A sf s rr ,ls rams , r .1 A x ' . 1 , K Q 522 I I QQ? , S , 5 5 . W , 1 ' 1 3. ' ' ,Q 5 h, j A Q m 'Tri i S if gf ' , fxys c, Q 1. f.. R ,xg . ,st x . 1 ' is? - , Q ' : Qu 't 1, il K M S 1, T K " , 9 55 3 Ny, X. K Q 'fi . V M A l 3' Bm 1 , 3 f E .,s ,ff s s 5, ,3 r 5 Q qi ,W ' ' . S get F V 1 f i sill A ' 1 Q A f is - ' W Qftf at J T is K M 1? x A 5 4 it A .V ,,,,,,. , Q s I A s 'K A 1 P A , "X WW f m? X ' ' 5 . V , V, R' ' 'XX .S i. C,., A .... . W 'MVN N' , - F - .r M 'Q S Nu.. - -1S:sx."" ' ' M ks xx ' -- kv V vrz. . Tin S 'i f 's f .. . , , 1 ---- 2 X sf . s ' " , N Diffs. Q' 1 r ., " o r sstis Singing all about love, Alpha Theta Chi performs at the Variety Show. Alpha Theta Chi was founded on February lo, 1950 and is the oldest sorority on campus. Its purpose is to stress leadership, to provide service to the community, and to create a strong union between women students. Activities ot Alpha Theta Chi include sponsoring a Homecoming float, a booth at the annual Chili Supper, and the Founder's Day Banquet. Money-making proiects are rattles, bake sales, and dances. The sorority also contributes services to the community by spon- soring a Crafts Day for local orphans, donating blood to the Blood Bank volunteering to work as teacher-aids at the Headstart Center, and participating in the Multiple Sclerosis Drive and the Jaycees' "Honey Sunday." 67 beta xi - . 1 ., I ,xl l AP .vnu Sfxro Shopmsky Edelson SEC ND ROW. yrce-pres ent, Jodr an Yqtsrjreos Shrrley Rogers, Angle Dube, J. I-.Q Jclnet Krotkefmoryf Ellen Rsnger, Shflron MCF9rron, Goyle Andrea Myers, honorory octrye 1'l' 1'.:L.:' af, " mtl A' gk- ,I 5 il l ,SN 5 i ', .0-! '41 ', as 68 The Beta Xi witch norrates the story ot "The Great Pumpkin," is Marr-Q. r ,am N il ill Beta Xi Sorority, founded May 20, l966, endeavors to create a spirit of good will in the community, to render dependable services, and to promote perpetual sisterhood. Activities of Beta Xi include participation in Student Senate, Inter-fraternal Council, Blazerettes, intra-murals, Homecoming, the variety shows, "Littlest 500" Weekend events, and mciny other campus activities. Other activities were helping the Jaycees on "Honey Sunday," donating blood to the Blood Bank, and planning a Halloween party tor l-lead-Start children of the community. , ,f'fZfgg?g 'MY' - lambda chi alpha , i "rg Ag A LX ,R 4 A , ts 'f,,, . , y 'll' L " sc if-- ' I - R A N 'YL 1 rvgx il s X ' L - PLEDGES FIRST ROW: Russ Branaman, Greg Pet- roH, Jefl Sutton, Stan Thompson, Tim Judy, Paul Reed, Dave DeRisi, J. M. Vieck, Jamie Beach. SECOND ROW: Joy Grow, Dan Blankenship, Jack Geilker, Gregg Garson, Dick Bullerman, Mom Han, Jim An- derson, George A. Petrie, Doug Hazelman, Rick Bothe, Jefl Goben, Rod Jefiries. THIRD ROW: Alan McGiel, Dwight Brooks, Bob Duryea, Terry Brown, Glenn Davidson, Dave Spitler, Bob Piper, Joe Ches- nut, Ray Thomas, John Horstman, Dan Cook. ACTIVES FIRST ROW: Tom Agler, Fred Schrader, Larry Flueckiger, Rodney Cowden, Gary Fischer, Mike Trimble, Mike Feaster, Marty Smith, Bill Burp, Vernon Myers, Howard Raske, Chris Broglin. SEC' OND ROW: John Phillips, John Hartman, Chuck Strother, Mike Shelton, Dillard Fletcher, Hank Schull, Mom Hart, Steve St. Pierre, Grant Trier, Keith DeMer- itt, Ralph Gardner, Ernie Crane, David Svetich, Mike Owen. THIRD ROW: John Runyon, Rick Kastner, Barry Houghtalen, Terry Beaty, Terry Ellis, Rob Clo- ver, Jefl Pettit, Vince Sommer, Skip Bickel, Neal Mar- tin, Myron Sink, Rick Taylor, Jack Haefling, Dennis ,..., ,, , Gaulden, Daryl Keesling, David Odum, o I U I 741 41 , .hx , "" " ' ,fr 'sri f' B4 -1 - , ' "7 , I f-it + if ' ' will F in I ..:.,,q-- .5 ' K 1 Q- -u1rsf,l!' LITTLE SISTERS FIRST ROW. Rachel Varns, Cheryl Keneipp, Joanna Billiard, SEATED. Robbie Pierce, Marcia Milo, Vickie Saunders, Cindy Cecil, Judy Marshall, STANDING: Susan Anleitner, Barb Smith, Jeanie Naville, Kitty Lyons, Bobbie Biegel, Rita Roh, rman, Karen Stein, Cindy Shelton, Sally Wright '44 rf- Cv, EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FIRST ROVV1 Chris Broglin, secretary, Terry Beaty, vice-president, Dave Odum, president, Myron Sink, lack l-laefling, treasurer SECOND ROVV Steve St Pierre, Rick Kastner, Vince Sommer, Dillard Fletcher The Vincennes colony of Lambda Chi Alpha National Fraternity was established on the VU campus on March 28, l97l. Their purpose is to cultivate ideas ot democracy among Lambda Chi brothers and fellow students. Lambda Chi Alpha activities include student senate, participating in "Littlest 500" Week- end events, IFC, constructing a Homecoming float, winning Hrst place in intramural toot- ball, and receiving the first place award in the tall Variety Show tor the second vear in a row. Other activities are donating blood to the Blood Bank, helping the Jaycees on "l-lonev Sunday", and working with local orphans. 71 sigma phi epsilon I 4, fi X -x bw 4uF"nn" A. X t -5 KQK 1 1 r 1, '..S ' , 'Ja f " U' , ' " .' 3 ' 0 J Q .' ' if .1 ,st ku. ' S 'J' . K F1 dv-J ls if 3.15. -.X f, 1, uf fps: 5:52 fir'-lgQNq,' 15:9-, Q9 A ji ,,,:'A ACTIVES FIRST ROWS Ed Rudolph, Donny Steen, Chris MCKIUUGV, RiClW0fd Fl9Cl4, bush, Mike Brown, Greg Sirouse, Pot Hocus, Duone Hinshaw, Rusty Hughes, Dennis , Poben Ross, Ted Cr6GCl1, DOVIU WGFT, MITCYI Dovis, HOVifTlbOl, MIPS MAGS, GGW Beard, Pot Hobel, Don Shorrzer, Mom Bollord, Ken Hosterrer, Dove Droke, lim Henrich, Gory Miller, Mike Bray, SECOND ROW: Steve Herron, Horold Quolkin- Hers' ! 1' if C? if-Q 7,1 -Q -- 47. L 4'-un- Q... ,,,., D U , - - - . S A - -4, - - -. ' "- -- - an Hn- " in-Q--. gr- . A . ,. IH., E H , ,. fill ll! ff f, llpf,l RC JW Kun Mullin, Mcmrlv Young, Cory Pcziiori, Slnvfx VVelsl1, Bill me Proggy' Bob Berry' john HOIICOKRI George Ames, Mork Schilling, lorry Comp- lix lr-r, luv ln 4-ii, Umm Ar tori, Phil Mrixwz-ll, lor' Mcmrrw, Pic lm lo1mxvvwslcu,Gn1lPr1 beIIljIn1D0WSOnVS1eVe M,lGmv Donme M9414-hum! Crqig Thomas, Bill Holley, Kelly lyfilir-'ami' luv Mr fnriiiu-., Drive lrmlirim, Bill Ali, lorry Plz-Irlw SECOND ROVV Ron Robhu-,Sr pouj Lewlsl Qlch Thomas, Greg BPH x 72 239 LITTLE SISTERS FIRST ROW: Monica Edelson, Elaine Motsinger, Gwen Shelbourne, Clara Rehs, Pennie Ainsworth, Teresa Henschen, Joyce Painter, Carolee Villapiano, Barb Shank, Candy Bernardi, Pat Willis. SECOND ROW: Marcia Frank, Marilu Milla, Becky Weber, Mom Ballard, Jessie Ardapple, Cathy Flynn, Linda Beem, Karen Wolfe, Debbie Bush, Sharon Sturm, Anne Keith, Paulette Roeder, Linda Ritzius. Sigma Phi Epsilon National Fraternity was formally colonized on October 3l,l97l, to promote a strong spirit of brotherhood, to establish high standards ot morality and charcter among its members, and to maintain a regard for education. The Sig Eps take part in all intra-mural sports, and this year they won first place in l-M cross country. Other activities include participating in student senate, IFC, and "Littlest 500" Weekend events, sponsoring a Christmas party for local orphans, and contributing to the Blood Bank. 'fad-H,,,. ,,,..--- I I ,. 'I I 'Ii '1 L - . W. M stein L X L Lx 4 X K c N W sf f 2 A xx 5 Q1 A lv Begg.. . X 2 JN 2 i ing sigma pi IT 6 ll W n , may HG W, W it ' . I r 5 1 1 I J I 'Tlllll H 5.1, 7- 'LL LH 351,34 5'1iU.-riF'F1- 'llllf 'QQ 1' 01I?t'QETi '! w-N 1 -um 33513, 'Ju 'illv' ' - -,-x- , 1.9 ""' -ff-.-V, ' W S'e e l ' . ' fl 1 ' .. ' xf, , V . A 'U' ' A ' ' 'JP' 'S-.wmv . Sgt - l m! W" . - ,., . " - J, . f 'm'n" ' ' ' ' ' "W 'U'-"f'Ji0V"'.!'q W"k1"0 W"1"'0' ' - w 1 - 0 and Qfi " ' V' -G 'Cv' Q 1 eq 74 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FIRST ROW Ed Oflerle, secretary, Rick Heinzman, treasurer, Ron Frey herald SECOND ROW: Iohn lvlinderman, president, PD, Haywood, vice-president, John laughery, ser- geant-at-arms, Mr Graham, advisor, 'mm LITTLE SISTERS FIRST ROW: Janet Krotke, Robin Alstott, Betsy Yeakley, Jan Rogers, Mrs. Hurst, Laura Lewellyn, Edee Padgett, Marilyn Auman, Cindy Day. SECOND ROW: Toni Signorino, Becky Hunt, Kathy Lipp, Susan McClure, Colieta Baumgart, Sharon McFerran, Sherry Rayle. THIRD ROW: Diane Neal, Jo Hollingsworth, Bonnie Thompson. FOURTH ROW: Carla Champion, Linda Gehlback, Cyndi Tompkins, Ann Pople, Liggy Vilinskis. From the date of its founding in 1897, Sigma Pi National Fraternity has strived to develop a sense of civic responsibility and chivalry, and to maintain high scholastic achievements among its members. Some of the activities ot Sigma Pi include participation in the variety shows, intra-mural sports, "Littlest 500" Weekend events, and sponsoring the Orchid Ball and the Christmas Formal. Sigma Pi also provides services to the community by conducting a drive for the Jaycees on "Honey Sunday," and one tor the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, and by donat- ing blood at the Blood Bank. 75 phi delta sigma 6-dl PIEDGES FIRST ROW: Richard Byrd, treasurer, Mike Tonol, secretary, Bob Tryner, vice-president, Dean Clendenin, president SECOND ROW: Keith Birkev, Mike Rul- Iedge, Duane Reed, Kevin Cavonaugh. THIRD ROW: Ron Vaughn, Doug Moyer, Bruce Yeager FOURTH ROW' Mike Fstep, sergeontfal-arms 76 ACTIVES FIRST ROW: Gary Maas, Richard Louden- back, Charles Reynolds, Roberl Smith. SECOND ROW: Dove Gardner, Frank Streff, Roben Peck, Joe Newlin, Mike Vichuras. '-t'm '54 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Gary Maas, active body representative, Charlie Reynolds, treasurer, Dave Gardner, secretary, Robert Peck, vice-president, Frank StreFf, president. Phi Delta Sigma fraternity was founded on September 27, l97O, to create brotherhood and to provide services to the campus and community. Services performed by the fraternity include ushering at con- vocations and plays, collecting money for the Heart Fund and the American Cancer Society, sponsoring parties for underprivileged children, helping the Jaycees on "Honey Sunday," acting as guides on High School Day, donating blood to the Blood Bank, and working with the Salvation Army. Activities of Phi Delta Sigma are sponsoring Casino Royale, en- tering a Homecoming float, and participating in Dad's Weekend, "Littlest 500" Weekend events, and intramural sports. W ,,,, MW., We-at-,....,,.Q ' I l.l'I'l'l.E SISTERS FIRST ROW: Mary White, liz Blake, Sherry Oreeson, Debbie Anson, SECOND ROW- Liz Baldwin, Margie Sims, Molly Miller, Marilyn Chatheld THIRD ROW: Debi Fulle, Tina Pontius. FOURTH ROW Debbie Surface, Cheryl Thornburgh, Debbie Frey, Pat Boat. M 5 J av If Y ' 1 , 1 ..,,,,,,M,,-mmm M--...... ff :fir mi1f'iT'7"j W, , M-M A-M'-W' ,'Mf K- hffff 1- ,I ' 7" ' 5 ,, if I A ,, '- ' ' fi, f" f " "4Z,v:L' f ,mf if' .' ' my Qvj ', I' 1. , A ,, , t 2,3 iif k 2 W f ,Z :A 5 ft ff iz, fe :lt ,-fini ' i fi J f . 2.2. 1 f . X N , , I- I V, . ,, ,ww , gf J 'Q f V A f, 5 V G MQW . ,-1 fl Q' f -if ' f ,lk J, 5 , 256 I , 7. z ' " ' '. ,, ' - A , K '., xv A A,4Q6h,:Z ' , t -f, ,Q ,g ' f V ' L 5 2 in-f ,QC P Phi Delts practice for intra-mural basketball. 77 beta phi gamma . , .M will f , I 1 :.. nn' 4 ,R FIRST ROW: Clara Rasche, Mike Shoptaw, Mary Cook. SECOND ROW: Professor Fred Walker, Pat Goltzbach, Steve Truitt, Larry Stahly, Lindsey Bain. mu alpha theta . , 1 ig rAr4Ax L- l I ft V 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Professor Bill Stegemoller, Phil Arthur, John Kaiser, Kelly Laughlin, Charles L. Duffey, Dominique Kwon, David lp. 78 Composed of members from the Trail- blazer and Le Revoir staFls, Beta Phi Gamma acknowledges and rewards the achievements and superiority of individ- uals in the field of mass communications. The Delta Eta chapter, established in the fall of i968 at VU, was the fourth to be granted a charter from the only nationally recognized iunior college iournalism fraternity. Beta Phi Gamma meets once a year to elect officers and initiate new members. These students in the fraternity must main- tain a 2.5 average and be active in a iour- nalism field within the University. Members of Mu Alpha Theta meet to discuss important mathematical topics. As- sembling together, the members consider the pros and cons of new developments in the mathematical field. The Mathematical Association in Amer- ica is the largest in the world for colle- giate mathematics. ln i960 the Mu Alpha Theta Fraternity at VU was awarded a charter by this association. phi theta kappa FIRST ROW. Cynthia Shelton, Darlene Buttrum, Clara Rasche, Carolyn Eshelman, Larry E Bodart, Bradley Hines, Martin Dial, Richard Beveis THIRD ROW John Margaret Miller, Terry Wilson, Judy Wilson, Jeanne Atkinson, Ruth Hake. SECOND Kaiser, Ed Henning, Greg Renner, Dallas Reeves. ROW: John Phillips, Edward Perkins, Michael D. Byrnes, Christopher D. Hardman, Phi Theta Kappa, the National Scholar- ship Society tor Junior Colleges, has a three-fold purpose at cultivating friend- ship, developing character, and promot- ing scholarship. Vincennes University established the Zeta Psi chapter of this organization in T949 and requires all members to carry a minimum at academic hours and to earn at least a 3.0 grade paint average. Phi Theta Kappa's proiects included raising funds for the Knox County Association for Retarded Children through a car wash, and sponsoring a candidate tor Home- coming Queen. This year's advisor was Mrs. Deborah Dodson. l FIRST ROW: Theresia Jones, historian, Kelly Laughlin, treasurer, Beth Wheeler, secretary, Judy Fleck, vice-presi- dent, Charles l.. DuFfey, president, Tony Zeiss, advisor, John Thomas, public relations, SECOND ROW. Maggie Haas, Judy Marshall, Susie Sharp, Wanda Fischer, Beth Meuser, Carla Gartner, Beverly Goodwin, Jerry Keel. THIRD ROW: James Hargis, Pat Doyle, Rick Townsend, James B Kuminecz, Deborah Galvin, Angela Pieper, Susan Green. 79 collegiate 4-H Futhering the growth of social, educa- tional, and general vvelfare of 4-H club workers on campus, Collegiate 4-H unites members from various countries who have a common 4-H in mind. The members of Collegiate 4-H are en- couraged by the organization to further 4-H work and to be of service vvithin their local communities. MEMBERS: Brent McDowell, Bruce Yea ger, treasurer, Richard Ramey, Herb Don ham, membership chairman, R. D. Hitz Sherri Althoff, Donna Clinkenbeard, vice christian science informal 1, JN, 3 it ' "The purpose of this organization shall be to uphold the dignity of Christian Science on this campus and to offer the members of the campus community the opportunity to learn of the demonstration of genuine Christian Science." Any registered student or faculty mem- ber of VU who uses the Bible and Science and Health regularly in the study of Chris- tian Science, relies wholly on Christian 80 l ,,. . fikx 'Gu ff, .-...tr 'lk . I T -M -ft , .. f-3? . ,gmq 5 Science for healing, and is willing to work metaphysically and physically for the organization is eligible for membership in the group. Testimony meetings, which are held weekly, are open to the campus commu- nity. Christian Science Informal urges all interested students and faculty members to attend to learn about and participate in the practices of Christian Science. president, Chris Bottema, Henry Wallis, Larry Campbell, publicity chairman, Gary Stephens, Richard Straub, president, Bob Resler. ADVISORS, Professor Sam Weaver, faculty, and Maiorie Dierdorf, Jasper Extension. .IT YT -f""-'xf-+ ff?- J-if, T,-..'N .KT-, -'T xv Nix k I LJ' .1--ig it : '1 - iw gf'-alta. MEMBERS, Edna Earl Byrd, Lavina Carter, secretary-treasurer, Ernest H. Clark, Alan Cohen, Brenda Couch, Susan Crank, Brenda Lou Dalton, Kathy Huygert, John Thomas Knapp, Steven Carlin Lucas, Jef- frey P. Mars, Gene R. Nichols, Jack Sex- son, vice-president, Mark Sipes, Doug Williams, president, Mrs. Ruth Carter, advisor. Members of the Black Student Union are attempting to establish an identity on this campus. They feel that one ot their first goals should be to open lines ot com- munication between whites, blacks, and other minority students, Because a black past has been ex- cluded from the educational system, their main purpose is to change the curriculum to make it more relevant to black students. Also included in their goals is an effort to improve relations with the Vincennes com- munity, so that their programs and activ- ities can reach not only this campus, but also the surrounding community. Activities of the group are divided and assigned to committees, such as the Public Relations Committee, which informs VU students on what the B.S.U. is doing, and a Literature and Consumer Goods Com- mittee, whose main purpose is to bring more black studies into the curriculum and black student union em to make more black products and cosmet- ics available to blacks in this area. There is also a Special Programs Committee which arranges to have speakers and dances, and will sponsor a Black Expo Week in April featuring Julian Bond. Other committees are the Audio-Visual Committee, which is trying to get more black music on the campus radio station, and an Athletic Committee, whose main ,,,,. 5 s ,CQ veit! Z ww, ,M obiective is to provide better trans- portation and benehts tor the Trailblazers and cheerleaders. At the present time, a new committee is being tormed which will lead the Big Brother Program in this area. The Black Student Union is a growing campus organization with high ideals and goals, Membership is open to anyone who believes in the future ot this organization. MEMBERS- Charles Clark, president, Ron Byrd, vicefpresident, Arthur Ratlitl, treasurer, iris Harris, secretary, Linda Harris, Carol Nave, Cherry Owsley, Thaddeus l-lart, Patricia Green, Fred Stewart, Ed' ward Redd, Charles Vannice, Mary Browder, lohn Phillips, David Robinson, Robert Kenny, Chris Alexan- der, Deborah Simmons, Frances Montgomery, Russell Jones, Dennis Doerr, Chareese l-lardaway, Robert Cross, Victor Horne, Sonia Blake, Charles Hagar, Dwight Brigham, Gerald McCain, Mona Wilson, Li- onel Gamble, Henry Butler, Michael Hanley, Tommy Fields, Ted Rouse, Bernadine Pippms, Elaine Teague, Eliiah Trass, Frank Sanders, Raymond Hays, l-loward Gibbs, Jeflrey Bishop, Jeannie Dillon, Adam Bearden, Michael Browder, Walter Woodard, Silas Walton, Melvin Kee, Ernest Lambert, linda Wray, Rodney Sims, 81 omega psi phi fi .. f "NI FIRST ROW Georgia Sims, Yvonne Butler, Patricia Green, laVon Biddings SECOND POW Betty Gib- s0rt,Chif3'+?Q-iel"lCtfdOvvUy,POiilC1lUCkSO't,l1ftdU l-lan rig, Mijytr-ri Fiwg, Sbeila Becl-ner, Deborah Ewing, Qigrigiqr-nie ffligiwt, Gegrqifi Ftilnliin, Siitftdffl Cillr lowfiiv, Sa" ui Blake LEFT TO PIC-HT Poriidld l Byrd, -l-l'lOlTlOS l liiile Ill, Poiiiild li'1rr'Q1,Tr,iyl0r,Turn Criivvlord, lewis McNeal .1 3 8? Omega Psi Phi national fraternity was founded on this campus to promote a spirit ot brotherhood, to perpetuate true friendship, and to train men with common interests and ideals for membership in the organization. Activities ot Omega Psi Phi include as- sisting needy families by distributing Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets, sponsoring a student talent show and many dances throughout the year, and participating in Homecoming Weekend and other activities. The members of Omega Psi Phi have also been given authority by President Nixon to head the "Stamp Out Dope Campaign" in Vincennes. Omega Psi Phi fraternity is open to any- one who believes in their ideals and who will work for their goals. ri f. LEFT TO RIGHT linda Wray, Edna E Byrd, Melvin Kee, Michael Hanley, Robert Kennie, Chris Alexan- der, Vickie Johnson, Karon Jewell s 3 5 l t S i , - , Q , l ' i I i l Q 5 ' kappa alpha psi l ' r fl l t l i l 2 'f 'tif WW V cs MEMBERS: Deboroh Elcine Hinton, .lohnie Lee Burks, Jr., Yolondo King, Shirley Brown, Lono Goye Simpson, Morcio E. Avery, Somoro Elliott, Wendy Mayo, Moryolice Durrett, Rosolind Shumoker, Koppo Alpho Psi, founded in l969, tries to ochieve the furthering of democrotic thought ond oction not only within the uni- versity, but throughout the community, ond to perpetuote brotherhood omong the members. The club ottempts to keep the student body informed ofthe contributions of the block society to the college community. Mony donces throughout the yeor hove been sponsored by this orgonizotion, ond they porticipcite in vorious other compus octivities. MEMBERS: George Robinson, William Murphy, Chorley Vonnice, Dorrell F, Wims, Chorles l-logor, Robert Briggs, Bruce Howord, Donold Bowens, Rus- sell Jones, Howord Stills, Victor Stollworth. George Upshow Ill, Juonito Blond, Koren Lipton, Vic- tor Stollworth, Pomelo Boker, Alice Tillman, Reggie White, Agnes A. Jones, Frances Montgomery, Dwight Brighom, Johnny Puckett, Ronold R. Cobb, Morilyn Mclourin, Koree Gotes, Geri McCourt, Moe Welker, Ulysses Thomos, Sherry Owsley S 2 f E . 83 gamma tau By individuel pgrticipotion in vorious gctivities, ds well os group porticipotion, the students experiences ond interests gre widened in the held ot engineering. Gommo Tou wos estoblished tor this pur- pose, ond olso to ossist in developing the student by furthering the growth Ol good citizenship. Originoting ot Vincennes University in l959, the troternity wos gronted o notionol chorter in 1965. MEMBERS, Robert E. Newcomb, presi- dent, Jim Schnur, vice-president, Chorles Kline, secretory, John VV. Honcock, treos- ury, lvon Finney, mointenonce officer, Scott Romsey, CFI instructor, Allon Stein- ,Ep home economics club Thr: Honir- Fconomics Club, constituted ul ffwiiiffii iiitorrfstrrd in furthering their kiirwflfirlrgfl iii tlif: field ol homemcmking, ptirtiriguitv-', iii 'iY'ilY'lfll protects erich yeor. Mrrrnlnfrrf, this yftrir nirirle "Alice ol Old Vlllfffllllffill rlwllx tri lpe sold irt the LOQ Cubin lrpixriut Ciriiliir lhe clult rllsrn sport- sorrrrlr1',Cliii',linfi', ljrirty fix vvvll cis ri crir 84 kuhl, Morc Stout, Cornelius Weothers, Bruce Block, Jomes B. Kuminecz, Brent L. Collohon, Duone Johnson, Becky Wilson, Don Reitmeyer, John Pryor, Corl H. Crowe, Tom Hull, Tony Downey, Chorles H. Crowe, John Liechty, Dove Peters, Poul Messmer, Henry lHonkl Godby. E Sli? n .F-6, r- K 1 in the Homecoming Porode. In oddition to sponsoring sociol events, the club mem- bers promote interi st in home economics by initioting community service proiects. MEMBERS, Lovino Corter, president, Ro- solind Shumoker, vice-president, Ann For- ris, secretory, Cothy Johnson, treosury, Lindo Droke, publicity, Jeonne Wolf, so- ciol choirmon, Leo Burchom, Debbie Cook, Corol Decker, Koren Eshelmon, Normo Johnson, Donno Knox, Edee Pod- gett, Alice Reodle, Becky Russ, Veronico Volkmon, Moe Wolker, Koren Wolfe, Co- roll Deem, Odvisor. distributive education clubs of america The purpose of DECA is to develop leoders in morketing ond distribution ond is on extension of the Distributive Educo- tion curriculum. lt is designed to give stu- dents on opportunity to put clossroorn knowledge into proctice. The VU DECA orgonizotion hos won more owords notionolly thon ony other iunior college in competition. ln October, DECA sponsored the first Vincennes ln- vitotionol contest with four other iunior colleges from three other stotes. Other dctivities include helping conduct o meet- ing for the Centrol Region Distributive Educotion Conference in Des Moines, Iowo, in November ond surveying locol businessmen to find out why people shop in Vincennes. This survey wos presented to the Chomber of Commerce, the City Council, ond the Rotory ond Kiwonis clubs, ond entered in stote ond notionol contests. The members hove olso porticipoted in o stote contest in Fort Woyne on Morch i7-l8, o notionol competition in Los An- geles, Colifornio on Moy 2-7, on owords bonquet on Moy l5, on election of locol high school district officers, ond other competitive octivities. MEMBERS: Froncie Rock, notionol cen- trol region vice-president, Debbie Wode, notionol secretory-treosurer, Rolph Gord- ner, stote president, Roouel Gonzoles, stote vice-president, locol president, Jeon Fischer, stote secretory-treosurer, Bill l-loley, locol vice-president, Ellen Zelmer, locol secretory, John Ziccordi, locol treos- urer, Elvin Borks, Potricio Boxter, Dovid Brookbonk, Allen Bowmon, Dove Bozik, Rick Brown, Mox Burch, Kim Corpenter, VVilliom Cherry, Donno Cook, Allon Crone, Sherri Dovis, Morvin DeLong, Dove DeRissi, John DesJeon, Fronk Fey, Mork Frozier, Ted Frederick, Gregg Gor- ri W: " son, Robert Gillospie, Jomes Gloscock, Julie Gregersen, Steve Grishow, George l-lorper, John l-loffrnon, l-lorold l-lollonder, Corl Hollingsworth, Kothy Huyvoert, Jock Irish, Steve lrish, Chorles Jerry, Eileen Johnson, Ernest Lombert, Bertie Lehmon, Allon Like, Noncy Litton, Dennis Monn, Dorleen Morsholl, Pot McAtee, John McClellond, Michoel Miley, John Mitchell, Gregory Mize, Borney Monroe, Dove Morris, Cothy Nolker, Mike Gokes, Jon Pyle, Jone Ann Reed, John Richord, Mi- choel Robbins, Mike Rogers, Jim Sonborn, Dove Soucermon, Robert Schelle, Bruce Schellhose, Jeff Sietsmo, Kevin Smoll, Jornes R. Srnith, Dorrell Spencer, Ronold Speth, Arville Stonecipher, Jr., Gory Spore, Hsiong Fu Sun, Dionne Thorp, Che- ryl Thornburgh, Brent VVolker, Erwin Webb, Mork Wiese. 85 concert band 5- ... ,V gy' MEMBERS Mory Borekrnon, Mike Blougher, Bruce Blocksom, Debbie Boltz, Neil Brook, Steve Bnnkerhoff, Bill Brown, Peggy Bryc1nt,RObin Byers, Alice Conger, Neo! Clfffll, Boxtc-r Criiri, Dole Doyidson, Noble Dennie, Khris Dickover, l-lerb Donhorn, Pri' Doyle, Lindo Droke, lon Forris, Michelle Foughty, Julie Gregersen, Elvvyn Gwinn, Rick Hrirding, Dole Hidy, Ross Hollingsworth, Cece Hopkins, Jere Hunter, Aritliony lfgridriqk, Rrjndy lforkl, Bob Kremer, Moryin Mollory, Curtis McGinnis, Tris' ton Mort, Colvin Myers, Mory Nolon, Doug Osborn, Cindy Pormenter, Poul Por- rrifgle, Theodore Perkiiiu, lofin Puckett, Torn Riley, Bruce Schellhose, lock Serson, lfflririf Sinirrii, lfq-nt Smith, lynn Snyder, Chuck Stentle, Corol Thompson, Denny Tliorrirti ,1'r n, Pick Tolyiri, Beth Wheeler, P011 Whithelcl, Doug VVilliorns, Becky Wilson, Tr,-fry VVilHOr'i 86 The VU concert bond consists of in- strumentol music moiors. The members ore students interested in music ond per- forming ot concerts, The concert bond presents o winter ond spring concert. On occosion, the bond performs ot convocotions. The stoge bond ot VU is composed of members from the concert bond. The bond performs ot the voriety shows, for con- certs, ond for other compus octivities, The pep bond is mode up of members from the concert bond. The bond performs ot the bosketboll gomes to creote en- thusiosrn ond leod the Troilblozers on to victory. l stage band pep band 1,1 in .wkqh Eu- x..Tx 'J' -'W'-Q-Q. 'X 88 Chu.. C .QQ 1 wha chorus MEMBERS: Kerry Anderson, Dawn Barnes, Jorge Benitez, Edna Byrd, Jeanetteel Culver, Governor Davis, Dee Erickson, Tom Fields, Robert Gillaspy, Judy Hutchins, Cheryl Henderson, Gary Henderson, Linda Hess, Becky Hoflman, Ruth Hake, Melody lvers, Mark Jackson, Jamey Kent, Nancy Marshall, Diane Miller, Debbie Mills, Kathy Norman, James Pell, Dotty Ramsey, Rhonda Render, Linda Rusch, Terry Schmitter, Ann Schroeder, Jill Smith, Marty Strand, Pam Talbott, Bill Thompson, Penny Tichenor, Eliiah Trass, Sharon Vieke, Liggy Vilinskis, Fred Voy- les, Ken Waggoner, Richard Walden, Brent Walker, Gale Weir, Mary White, Sheila White, Dan Winkler. The chorus at Vincennes University is a select group of students who have re- ceived vocal training. This group is under the direction of Mr. Charles Beall. The members of the chorus present con- certs and participate in the musicals at VU. Some ot the various activities include singing at Mariah Creek Chapel, present- ing a Christmas program, and caroling during the Christmas season. The Roaring Twenties, under the direc- tion of Mr. Charles Beall-, features modern choral arrangements, solos, and duets by selected chorus members. This group con- sists ot twenty members and tvvo alter- nates. Accompanying the group is a drum- mer and a lead guitarist. Mr. Richard Ertel also accompanies the group onthe piano. The Roaring Twenties toured the vari- ous high schools in Indiana. Traveling to Terre Haute, the group sang at the State Penitentiary for the prisoners. At Christ- mas, the members presented a Christmas program for the faculty. ln the spring, the group went on a three-day tour. This tour vvas financed from the concerts given by the Roaring Twenties and from contributions. roaring twenties , -, , 9 if 2? if' sf H2 lli MEMBERS: Kerry Anderson, Dawn Barnes, Charlie son, Jamey Kent, Diane Miller, Debbie Mills, Linda WOQQOUGT, RiCli0fd Wcldenf Bren' Wclkelf DGP Beall, Governor Davis, Cheryl Henderson, Gary Rusch, Sue Smith, Pam Talbott, Bill Thompson, Penny Winkler. Henderson, Linda Hess, Judy Hutchins, Mike John- Tichenor, Eliiah Trass, Sharon Vieke, Fred Voyles, Ken 89 data processing club The primary obiective ot the Data Proc- essing Club is to enhance the data proc- essing skills and technical knowledge at the members. The club also attempts to prepare students to take their places in the growing occupation ot datc processing. The D.P. Club entered a float in the Homecoming Parade and received the trophy tor the best-constructed float. The l -,..,,f l S - 1.2 . ..,u?'N.gg , f' karate klub W I ,,- 5:12. , 'gif ,' 4- ' 'T rl 'J , I float was also a part of the Vincennes Thanksgiving Day Parade. The members take field trips to data processing installations, and plan to have representatives from IBM and NCR speak on various fields of interest and the neces- sary qualitications tor prospective em- ployees in their corporations. Other activities of the D.P. Club include tutoring data processing students, partici- pating in the variety shows and the VU Regatta, and a car wash to raise money tor their various activities. MEMBERS Mindy Shaw, Doug Bartley, Dave West, Larry Wentzel, Randy Moore, Becky Potts, Bill Longest, Greg Connolly, John l-lartman, Judy l-larnutowski, Dorothy Golando, Tom Skroback, David Gudort, Gary Cassidy, Ron Fearnow, Phil Arthur, Mary Gaiter, Alice Peterson, Kirby Divine. -J 5 .1 i Karate is an art, a sport, a morale builder, and an eftective means of unarmed defense, The Karate Klub is or- ganized to instill these ideas in the minds at members and to develop their bodies through constant practice. The club par- 90 ticipates in tournament competitions and membership is open to all learning the art of karate. MEMBERS: John Truelove, Mark Young, John Davis, Don Albin, John Darnstaedt, Walter Brown, John Lee, Gary Smith, Steve Rose, Dave Broach, Ted Miller, Marc Oliver, Tom Mitchell, Steve Wargo, Gary Maas, Harold Hamn, Dan Wade, Mike McKeichen. OEA endeavors to develop leadership abilities Through participation in vocatio- nal education, civic, recreational, and so- cial activities and assists students in estab- lishing realistic training and employment obiectives. The meetings of OEA are held once a month. VU'l organization was one of the first chapters to receive a charter in ln- diana. This year, the members are hon- ored in having the state president and vice-president in their chapter. Activities of OEA include sponsoring a fToat in the l-lomecoming parade, con- ducting a bake sale, and selling candles and stationery. The money from these activities will be used toward sending delegates to both 'Y if 1 E ' 2 Through the Practical Nursing Club, the members widen their knowledge in the application of nursing techniques. The knowledge gained is employed to aid persons who are in need of it. Some of the activities of this organiza- tion include a Halloween party, a bake sale, and a Christmas dinner in the Harri- son Room. At Thanksgiving, a food basket omega epsilon alpha the state and national OEA conventions. MEMBERS: Miss Edwards, sponsor, Jean White, president, Maggie l-laas, vice- president, Barbara Crawford, secretary- treasurer, Wanda Fischer, historian, Mary Lou Anderson, parliamentarian, Sharon Gibson, reporter, Mary Alice Clements, Sheila l-largis. practical nursing ?ll was given to a needy family. The mem- bers also attended a workshop held in Evansville. MEMBERS. Sharon Booth, Jack Corn- well, Esther Crosby, Mary Foley, Doris Hamilton, Bessie Johnson, Marie McAtee, Rita McEwen, John McGuire, Sally Moore, Carol Murphy, Bonnie Richardson, Mary Richardson, Sherry Runyon, Antonnelte Shafer, Virginia Shelton, Janet Smith, Nancy Moore, Carolyn Kimmell, Elizabeth Bredeweg, Karyl Clancy, Brenda Gard- ner, Dianna Goodman, Donna Hage- meier, Elizabeth Kendall, Kathy King, Dianna Wildman, Bette Yeakley, Jo Ann l-lill. 91 student senate il Q! -I f FX I I 'J 13 I if W LEFT TO RIGHT- FIRST ROW Greg Strouse, Bob OND ROW Sherry Atwood, Joni Pypniowski, Tom Brent Collohon, Richord Thomos, Bob Byrnes. THIRD Ross, Morcio Milo, Fred Schroder, Sherry Royle, Rick Agler, Sondro Collovvoy, Debbie Wode, Rolph ROW- Mike Meyer, Debbie Frev, Dove Gardner, Hinzmon, Jodi Bigos, Kenny Simms, Bill Burp SEC- Gordner, Oorry Smith, Victor Horne, Allon McGill, Mike Estep, Jock Hoefling, Mork Wiese, 92 The Student Senote, composed ot per- sons elected to serve os representotives ol the entire student body, is o very impor- torit port of Vincennes University. Student Senotors meet with odministrotors for dis- cussion ond decision-moking. Among their tosks ore plonning oll stu- dent octivities, providing speokers for con- vocotions ond speciol lectures, ond pub- lishing the student hondbook, while budgeting the funds ovoiloble tor eoch of these. In oddition, the group co-ordinotes compus elections ond, this yeor, recog- nized the Block Student Union os o compus orgonizotion ond obolished the freshmen beonie-vveoring trodition. The Student Senotors work efticiently ond diligently ond becouse of this foct the orgonizotion hos goined vvide respect on compus. l . it II E 1 Fred Schroder, president of the 1971-1972 Student Senote. NC EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: STANDING: LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Ross, treosurer, Greg Strouse, othletics, Rick I-Ieinzmon, elections, Fred Schroder, president, Kenny Simms, octivities, FIRST ROW1 LEFT TO RIGHT: .Iodi Bigos, secretory, Morcio Milo, publications, Sherry Royle, vice-president, 93 vice-president's council The vice-presidents from the clubs ond orgonizotions ot the university constitute this council. The Activities Boord is os- sisted by this council in coordinoting events on compus, ond volunteering their clubs for services to the university ond the community. Q.,.-.- MEMBERS: Wolter Brown, Doug Moyer, Lindsey Boin, Bob Ross, Mike Rucker, Shirley Potton, Judy Fleck, Mork De Mosie, Kelly Jo Myers, Suson Schultz, Chris Bottemo, Sherry Royle, Donno Clinkenbeord, Solly Wright, Down Bornes, Liggy Vilinskis, Rondoll Lou, Dovid T. lp, Lyndo Corgill, Rollond Feornow, Terry Beoty, Thomos J. Little, Jr., Ron Cobb, Mike Mohoney, Bill l-loley, P. D, Hoy- vvood, Tony Peck, Jim Schnur. i ,I Q student advisory board l Rrepreseritotives from town housing, the commuters, und euch ol the dorms meet iogeihrer to form the Student Advisory Bocird Reviewing clisciplinriry cases ond mok- 94 ing recommendotions for oppropriote oc- tion to Mr. Summers is the primory pur- pose ot the boord. MEMBERS: JefTrey N, Mohler, Ron Byrd, Corolyn Eshelmon, Tim Bortz, Roger Stuckey, Scott Stroin, Forrest Woggoner Jerry Gegenheimer, Sherry Ovvsley, Po melo Tolbott, Ronold Cobb, Sherry Rovle Shoron McFerron, Douglos Wisemon. Constituted in l9o9, the Inter-Froternol Council functions os on organizing group between the lroternities ond sororities on compus. The mciin purpose is to involve the members of froternities ond sororities in vorious cictivities thot creote o sense of unity, improved communicotion, ond more cooperotion between them, The Inter-Froternol Council pcirticipotes in mony compus octivities such os Greek Weekend, Homecoming Weekend, the voriety shows, ond severol community oc- tivities, such cis helping with o drive for blood donors ond working with the Solvo- inter-fraternal council tion Army to collect money ot Christmos. MEMBERS: Noncy Litton, Meg Konecny, Jodi Bigos, Shoron Sturm, Robert Peck, Vernon Meyers, Robert Ross, John Hort- mon, Ed Rudolph, Bud Streflf, Mike Miles John Mindermon, Jon Pyle. 1 l i student activities board l r i l The Student Activities Boord is o non- ities fee is to be utilized. profit orgonizotion which operotes solely This boord is o student service orgoni- os o service to the cdmpus. This boord or- zotion ond is open to ony student willing ronges oll off-compus events. The mem- to volunteer his services. bers olso determine how the student octiv- MEMBERS: Bob Kremer, Fronk Glovos, Morcio Avery, Dwight Brighom, Som Woshington, Bill Collier, Ndncy Lyons, Dione l-lowell, Corol Eshelmon, Fred Voy- les, Bruce Schelhose, Kevin Cdvonough, Bob Smith, Duone Reed, Mike Chompion. 95 Clark hall RESIDENCE ASSISTANTS- FIRST ROW Richard To- ROW Robert A Cameron Arthur RatliH Ron Fear Gary D Wright Fred Schneider Max A Davis maszevvski, Phil Dockter, Terry Meredith SECOND now Doug Cage Tl-IIRD ROW Michael Parker The residence assistants in Clark I-lall maintain order throughout the various wings and inspire an atmosphere lor study. Wing meetings are held to inform students ot activities. When needed, the RA's provide to students assistance with problems and counseling. In addition to their other duties, they supervise the desk and greet visitors who come to Clark I-lall. OFIIQIRS llll IO RICBHI Pcilricik Dow, vice-prey irlent, lvlirlirir-I Hrriwrli-i, tri-iisiiivi, Dwight Brigham, Drvsirlrfrtl, Tirniitliy Oslwiiini- wr iotiiiv 96 morris hall 'QIHUGI MY MZ 1,5 P , 'AmirAJ',L.g.i3migQ,w,,kr3,,, RESIDENCE ASSISTANTS: FIRST ROW: Lorry Fluecki- SECOND RQW: Barry Houghfclenf Sherry Royle' ger, Jim Jernigon, Betty J. Whollon, Bruce Block, Pot THIRD ROVV: Terry JV Adomsl Caro Vyrrsorr Jeff Hickey. ,J 'S--Q.. , Rousch, Dione Miller, Missy Konkle, Ron Moy Morris Holl, begun in 1969, hos the dis- tinction ot being the only co-ed dorm on compus. In 1970, the dorm wos reody tor the occupotion ot students. In Jonuory, 1971, the tood center wos completed, The students ot Morris Holl porticipote in the vorious compus octivities. Morris hos olso competed ogoinst the other dorms ond vorious orgonizotions in the Voriety Shows. Residence Assistonts counsel students with ony problems thot orise ond mointoin order throughout the holl. OFFICERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Bobbie Lemmon, secre- tory, Mike Murphy, vice-president, Jett Poschke president, John Leichty, treosurer. 97 harrison hall RESIDENCE ASS-ISTANTS SEATED Charley Vannice, STANDING .lim Schnur Eliiah Trass lr Rick W Randy Stinson, Ron Frey, Bathe Mike Cripe Dan Fleming The residence assistants provide assist- ance to the students in Harrison Hall. Wing meetings are held to inform students ol the various activities occuring on campus An atmosphere tor study is en- couraged, and order is maintained throughout the hall The residence assist- ants supervise the desk and greet visitors as they arrive. Harrison Hall participated in various events on campus During Dads Week- end, Harrison Hall received Hrst place tn the Variety Shovv tor their skit, "Everybody Qught to Have a Maid." Harrison also pedaled their vvay to victory in the Bike Race during the "l.tttlest .500" Weekend ftllll ll"'r llll ll l l"l' rlll l'i-it Nlrtlfitl ur- irrlflty' lltriiri liiwlrlrrrrl rwr-xiflr-'rl llrrirj lvlir,-r-r wif- rin-si rlr-vit lrilirt llvilyrrii lirrrimrir-i 98 emison hall i JL . 5. R S . Vis. X' , RESIDENCE ASSlSTANTS: KNEELING1 Yvonne But- Mory Jorosz, Morgoret Ann Konecny, Lynn Bonto, ler, Cindy Shelton, STANDING: Jeonne Atkinson, Cheryl Henderson. f , 0 Ga 2 Qs X ..., I ::s,g..f,Wg5,-:s'..,w,1' , ry- Wsgsijitfiiiw lla! V g , t t f " , zfmszwam byff W c Q , .,yf,w5 12 'i .-215-WZM iw cf :A kiiszwis ,ff - sw X , ' :riff A lj :'..5-3-,, 3, -5 ,shkizlni Z1'25W7i . . Zi I' 51 X if ' Jw 3: 5. WA, -Q W, i E 'Hgyttx fl as visa. W? i Z i l l E 3 i 3 , i l l e 5 L 2 l l i 5 l l li I E i l The residence cissistonts old the vvomen of Emison l-loll in solving ony ot the prob- lems ot college lite thot moy orise. Other duties include mointoining order ond quiet in the wings ond being of ossistonce to the girls in eoch individuol residence ossist- ont's wing, The residence ossistcints super- vise the desk ond greet visitors cis they come to Emison Holl. Aside from the duties of the residence ossistcints, the dorm hos been octive in vorious compus events. Emison hos portici- poted in the Voriety Shows ond the Tri- cycle Roce, A dcince vvos sponsored by Emison ond Horrison l-lolls iointly. During Homecoming Weekend, Emison ond l-lor- rison Hcills sponsored ci Hoot in the porode. OFFICERS: SEATED: Liggy Vilinskis, Octivities choir- mon, Ellen Zelmer, treosurer. STANDING: Down Bornes, vice-president, Mortho Forris, secretory, Mory Jorosz, president. 99 blazeretles FIRST PQVV Marilu Miller, Pam Talbott, Bonnie Lange, Marcia Avery, Yolanda King, Kelly Laughlin SECQND ROW, SO- mara Elliott, Mary Alice Durrett, Nancy Wallace, Jodi Pahmeier, Cheryl Althofl, Diane Milner, THIRD RCW, Sherri Coons, co-captain, Liggy Vilinskis, coecaptain. The group known as the Blazerettes is composed of sixteen girls vvho possess an excellent knowledge ol dancing and vari- ous marching skills. agriculture club i'-L M. .-kk. lhe VU Agriculture Club vvas organized to cgerierctte urtity among its members, to riroviclf: comrnuriication with the agricul- turistm ol the state and nation, to promote tlir: iircgleusirtri ol agriculture, to alficially rr',-rirryaeiit thrr ricgririilture students in uni, vcsrxity riiittttgrs, rttirl to sponsor Ugrlcul- tiirrtl activities All twrsrdrts interested in 100 The Blazarettes have gained recogni- tion through their outstanding perform- ances at halftimes of the Trailblazers' bas- ketball games and also through their ggts in the Variety Shows, Q i QW J-5-n1'2v"'-"L:-is i ,I Ju K-X11 lhlll agriculture are eligible for membership. Some ol the club's activities include constructing a Homecoming float, partici- pating in Moms Weekend activities, spon- soring a used book sale, and various other protects MEMBERS, Terry Meredith, president, ...J-. -. .p-...nf - 4.4. . . . W T' 'S Mark Rauscher, vice-president, l-lenrv Wallis, secretary, Richard Straub, treas- urer, Ken Matzat, publicity, l-lerbert Reu- ter, publicity, John Konkle, Tom Greive, Clif? Clark, Steve Armfleld, John Endslev, Dave Bruner, Jerry Vaughn, Dan Fleming, Jim Levvis, Dan Ward, John Emmett. E! theatre club The Theatre Club was founded to pro- zation reveal their creative talents through Presented each semester are two maior mote the theatrical skills of anyone inter- the performance of plays and musical co- productions. The plays, "You Can't Take it ested in acting or working backstage. Un- medies. Students also gain experience With You," and "The Mouse Trap", were der the expert direction of Professor through the Reading Theatre, under the expertly performed by this group. Robert Cagle, the members of this organi- direction of Miss Amy G. Loomis. se ' N21 ' -tl, 'SK 3 r, l ' 'll V114 1 . . . f V ,wifidt , ' wigs .4 t - i 2 4 .ti yvg "riff 4? jsgrfir L, K! was Fx 436, fs KE fx ' mg 1 f Q ,X t. N951 5 . i-t t i ill'- i Q to t s E . t l flying blazers Ax Nt X6 Q, X swurullll' it M -- tt . :f'i r:.,g- ' ,j , , , X 27,2 Zeblfwfl' ' tv .ali , .gi ,X MQ leg. f V-yvsif.. 4 , X ,wry , .- .,1, 0 N , . s in a- ilf -s' i'? .-ifirg T - iff , W'-:QQ .E Q1 gm f Lninu... his fx: -f Q 5:22 K 0 Q The FlVlUQ l3lC1ZSfS Club exists to Create of flight techniques by attending and par- tion provides reasonable flying costs for Cm l"lleV95l in Ovivtion GVUOUQ Students GT ticipating in several air meets and races students and faculty. VU. lts members increase their knowledge throughout the year. Also, the organiza- 101 professional pilots association The Protessionol Pilots Associotion ex- ists to promote better understanding of post ond present styles ot oircrott ond to instill on interest in prolessionctl oviotioni Members sponsor oir shovvs ond meets, schedule guest speokers from oeronouti- col helds ond plon trips to oirports ond dircrolt museums, Also, the orgonizotion presents occupcttionol opportunities in oviotion coreers. Members ore recog- nized by their vveoring of gold vvings en- groved with the nome ot the club. MEMBERS: Mork DeMosie, president, Julie Grohom, secretory-treosurer, Rich- cird Broun, Allen Philpot, Richord Weitz, Don Byerly, Ted Reed, Ensley Windhom, John Oliger, Bill Torphy, Lorry Schvvob, John Wilson, vice-president, Tom Hull r Dovid Brown, Kevin Podtield, Nicholos A. White, Dove Crider, Mike Ogon, Steve Dice, Jim Schnur, Pctul Doiley. K -i-3, ""llnu. ,-. 5 ' . ,, ., . A Y. s 3 ', J lm, .'-M i,-1 I is i 'iff'T"f , 'T fi tv- ll ll if 1' g Ss! ll I -n -ff.-S-fflrfif I -' 11-'PJ' Z , , i J ff' ,fe-f -'fm In PEMMZ 'lj , fl cf, IWW 1 ,, A A V a , machine trades club The Society ol Monutocturing Engineers is o prolessionol orgonizotion conceived to odvonce the monulcicturing sciences through the continuing educotion ol stu- dents in mochining techniques ond theory, A student chopter vvos founded on the compus in September ot l97O. At the 102 present time, the group consists of nine- teen members. Their octivities include tdking tours ol plonts ond sponsoring guest speokers on technicol subiects reloting to the SME's Held ol interest ond study, OFFICERS: Myron J. Devinev, Choirmon, Mike Coftmon, first vice-choirmon, Don Borber, second vice-president, Steve Sonders, treosurer, Lorry Fonseth, secretory, l L ix P s international students 'i ti r The lnternotionol Students Club hos os its moin obiective the development ot the perspective thot better communicotion omong peoples would leod to o deeper understonding ot the vorious ethnic differ- ences thot exist in the world todoy. The members of the club oct occordingly to promote this ideo. This yeor there were titty-seven toreign students on compus from eighteen ditller- ent countries. The club is olso open to Americons ond hos twenty-one Americon members on compus. The lnternotionol Center is used os o gothering ploce tor generol meetings. There students hove the opportunity to get to know eoch other ond to ocquoint them- selves with the chorocteristics of o culture thot mov be new to them, The club orgonizes bus trips so the tor- eign members will hove o chonce to see os much ot the United Stotes os they con, They hove troveled to St. Louis ond to Woshington, D.C,, on sight-seeing trips. The foreign students oppeor in mony civic orgonizotions ond on compus os speok- ers. They toke trips to vorious toctories to leorn how some ot the industries of the United Stotes operote. MEMBERS: Romon Simon, Mcirie-Cloire Menord, Wing Lon Yuen, Arthur Shu Kong Chon, Wottie Woh-Chu Chon, Peter Pok- Chee Cheung, Dovid Woi-Toi lp, Dominic Chon Woi Kwon, Poymond Chik-Fon Loi, Rondoll Sek-Tim Lou, Lowrence Chi Ching Leung, Julio Sing Yee Leung, Poymond Woi Wong, Lowrence Wong, George Wong, Joseph Ho-Wing Chon, Peter l-tok Yonng lp, Edword Toi-Poi Kong, Kenneth Kom-l-lung Kwon, Ambrose Chi-l-lo Kwong, Joseph Wing-Kon Lom, Gilbert Nim Cor Lom, Thomos Kor-Yuon Lee, Jomes Chi Yung Leung, Brendo Kwok Kwong Mou, Kotherine Kwok Mei Leung, Peter Pok-Shun Tong, Tommy Wong, Wil- liom Lou, Tony Mui, Alice Cheung, Anon- don Pilloi, Mohonon Pilloi, l-loomon So- tovi, Behtoz Componi, Bill Bronson, Jr., Ncincy Attowoy, Volerie Murphy, Liso l-lelphenstine, Steven B, l-losh, Brod Jones, Debbie Boltz, Jorge Benites, Herb Don- hom, John McCollond, Myron Nosh, Ant- hony LoVerne, Gene Bothe, Bruce Lem- ond, Dovid Gudere, Ginger Sievers, Dwight Meyer, Rondy l-loessig, Kim Men- tin, Anthony Kendrick, Clork Long. 103 trailblazer 4. A Mary Cook, Norman Bluebaum, Phil Gift, Pat Glotzboch The Trailblazer, the University's campus newspaper is published weekly lFridaysl by iournalism maiors. lt is the product ofthe Journalism Program's laboratory, an in- tensive learning-through-doing experience which requires rigor- ous days and nights land sometimes wee morning hoursl ot labor in the top floor rooms of Elihu Stout Hall. The Trailblazer seeks to be more, though, than an inside in- strument of education. lt reaches out to chronicle and to interpret the VU community-to serve as a cross-chanel of news and opinion so that the various component groups of the University can com- municate-to get to know one another and to grasp what each is saying tothe other. ln short, The Trailblazer seeks to meld enough common interests to forge in fact, as well as in name, a community. Despite occasional imperfections, which typically occur in any setting in which new skills are being tested, there is evidence enough that The Trailblazer has been a pacesetting publication in 104 ,. iunior college iournalism education. The VU newspaper had earned, into the l97l-72 school year, eight Associated Collegiate Press All-American Awards in eight semesters-and ll ofACP's highest ratings in the last I2 semesters. The Trailblazer also won three first-place awards and two hon- orable mentions in the l2-category statewide l97l Newspaper Contest sponsored by the Indiana Collegiate Press Association- and awaits the results of i972 entries in that annual competition, But, as Prof. Fred Walker Jr., director of the Journalism Program, tells the newspaper staff each school year, The Trailblazer is not published primarily, it at all, for ACP or lCPA, As its motto asserts, The Trailblazer is aimed at "the decision- maker of the University," lts audience is here, today, each week, speaking and listening to one another, it is hoped, and defining and pursuing goals of common value. WW? K if :nfl ,' f' X, , 0. L f. .7 ' f gf- ,QW ,. vi X - X x - , xx Vm v, 1? SWQQQWEQ, + , S Y X KX yew .X 1 1 x WX i5 gig Q V: ww W 4? V -f i53'34,i-s'3xZm X is V QYY ffffizfff I W Kew A ,Q W ww 04- Ry R ZA X W gi 21, , , N My N4 A di Q W A-WM 4 .. .Z .,., . , gr 4-7 . fx MQ. X p , A . fl 5, if Q 1 : 1 .53 5: g, he Q 1. yi :.. 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X -A ' ' 'M ' 'fi' " " " ' ,...v ., or ff .. - .-...N--1. HI-451 ROVV lurk Sf-m-mf Cflnm Rum Vw, Make Shopmw, Darlene Bultmm, Shirley SECOND ROW Dove Gray, Svewei GTOChOWSkI, Lorrv Stohly, Lmdsev Bom W,lIff', Dunn- HVYIHVIH NMI Hrfwffk 106 Y 1 w 1 ' it fi' .76 4 7 x if j ,ft ,F , f M , . 79 September marked the beginning ot many things: Fall, college, classes and studying, football, and the making ol the yearbook. Few people are aware ot what goes on "behind the scenes" during the production of a yearbook. A countless number at pic- tures are taken and processed. Prelimi- nary layouts are drawn, and atter many changes, put on final layout sheets. Copy is written, revised and proofread, lvlany hours ot hard work, a tew arguments and disappointments, and a great deal ot fun all have their places in the creation ot a yearbook. The staFl thanks Mr. Richard Day tor all his help and patience during the year, tor without it our task ot producing the i972 LE REVOIR would have been a great deal more difticult. l " 1 - ,QQ f' 'al as iw 42 K Q 3, . W, , W .'x' '3 A l sm gk -41 e 'Q 'Q N .ml '. X c git .., Nt Mr. Day, advisor, patiently waits for copy sheets. 4 I WJ , .M my 2, 4,c,.4 .. fav if 50 Ns 'lm --v cc., 5 If 1 107 -L A f -ns. A wp I i ' 1 , f I - ,I I I I 1 I I 5 1' I 4 I -ll I 1 I I c 4 4 ct! 3 Q z - 4 ,f ' 4 1 I 0 1 I f Q If I 4 I -f, ' .' y' .' f f i , .--- ' D ,',..f-Alf" J - , . 'DQ ,, ' L-5.5.0. 4 . I K I x ..M- 4 Q. 27 ' ,-au. VN "intl ITYI, ' X " Aff X. l Y lk' f -..,.,,k 1 . r- I 1 . . Q i.'.ll.l.'.ll Q' - 4"' ' .A If ulfllllllllll 4 X ' 'I .X O Q x I I i lv . 1 1 l i f 2 f f' S if . ! .-'IZ fa V 'in f g ' --,.--' ,f f Ii...- f xl ,4f". 5"'r. . ,XJ ,-. - N- ' XX 4. I . .QA-"' ELG-, Y' 5' 44 .i.-,. A - ,' Xa N. vp . 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Q1 S lp - Q ' .f.-, ,. ,J - . - tk 4 s , 9 personalities way over yonder is a place i have seen in a garden of wisdom from some long ago dream ft-'W dr. isaac k. beckes s - F" 'RQ l I' Af' I' ,i i, is r 1 iff-f LM: L., z-'lyk-'..f', ig i nys-i,ftf f lu rx' ' 1 .8 mr' I Q' th , '1t."-- Jail: fl' ., J," Sul' f l .""'l1' Ja , '1 E:-8' . 4 ' 1, , ,MTN R s "" K'--,- -Q 'K 'K ua Dr Bw kr-s qu-r-1 our-sts to the Christmas lormol 110 As President ot Vincennes University, Dr. Beckes believes, "The chollenge ot the tuture wos never greoter tor the college student thon it is todoy. The olternotives forthe use ot o young person's lite were never so obundont. A moior problem con- fronting oll young people is to be o grow- ing person ond the purpose ol educotion should be to help the young person grow ond plon for the continuous development ot lite. To be the right person in college ond fomily, in one's position in the com- munity ond notion, is the greotest individ- uol responsibility we hove. To be the right person is to have the kind ot educotion thot will enoble one to odiust to sociol sit- uotions in o woy so os to be o port ot the onswer to society's problems rother thon ci port ot the problems themselves." - A . v 1 sfswswg'-5' CQ? j X542 we 0 X I QW A ,, ,Wav RQ K, I A .f I xx' u , ii if V ,Q 5 X 42 if x 'F' +3Ll .44 MQ imzhx K. 4 Dr, Beckes exhibits good bowling form. ,, . 4 .X W. ff ,, ,'9A'.jv-Q k 2,..g,"f' X 'Wx W , ,, I L ,Q i , - N ' 4 6 3 1 ' ,Q , 1 fe ' r Q ' WS 1 2 M ' W- ,wk of 1 . 4 -f f- - A uf V7-A N, 9 X -swf: 1 A, x :K an Nine fa 555 '95 5. , M Q Q7 5 g ,, , 'ff A aj V W, ,,.,,.Mwk.nuwf,-fwf 'V 5-. ,flazfrzld 1 , is Dr. Isaac K. Beckes welcomes former governor Matthew Welsh to campus. 111 'f S' V1 lf gi dr. jack I. bottenfield if 1 f "xx x 'fx K l ' ' n-W'--N Dr Bottenlield examines on experimental field ol Crclmbe. 112 in n - v 4 Dr. Jock Bottentield con be proud ot his occomplishments in his hrst yeor os vice- president ot Vincennes University. Dr. Bottenheld hos expressed the belief thot the entire concept ot school is cen- tered oround the students. l-le teels thot o university should never become so lorge, unteeling, or bureoucrotic thot students ore not tree to come to the odministrotion with their problems, Dr. Bottenheld is in- terested in students' vvellore, in iunior col- lege cidministrotion ond policies, ond in odvoncing the concept of public iunior colleges. In the post veor os vice-president, Dr. Bottenhelds policy of octing for the bet- terment ol the students hos mode him o well-respected mon ot VU. 5.4. .o' , W4 ,,,,n,s- if f-""f:.':" ' '41 g,,f -'4 f sly A' -.-'..'A. i .,""'. ,-,j-X.,-,Y .v -.,. ,, - 1. rf bei'-'-.-y...' '- 2, '- 1.-'Yr fm."r,.,.eg---'?G..-- :Sud YTA U nf., .'i ,gv Il." I ,Q lun., -'. 4 ar! ' , ' s .df 1 ' gi 1 ' qu df"x"' '-Ap! U "fiat '-"1 ktfl i" 'Fri ,xqriiliiiil administration Dean J. Edward Klinker, a native of La- fayette, Indiana, received his B.S. from Purdue and his Ph.D. from Cornell, l-le came to VU as an academic dean in 1969. Dean Klinker is dedicated to furthering the quality of this institution. l-le is respon- sible for working with the division chair- men to make improvements within each division, preparing the college catalog and administrative manual, serving as chairman of the curriculum committee and as a member of the administrative council, directing the summer school program, handling student-teacher grievances, and hiring new faculty. Through careful advising, Dean Kliriker feels that VU should help every student identify his particular educational goal, and provide a "success experience" for the student in his academic endeavors. He makes it his personal goal to search for teachers who are well-prepared in their given fields, and who also are in- spiring, stimulating, and encouraging to the students of VU. If anyone truly exemplifies the VU motto, S'lNSTRUlRE POUR SERVIR- LEARN TO SERVE, it is Miss Cornelia Car- ter. She has faithfully served Vincennes University for 25 years as Dean of VVomen, Dean of Students, Associate Pro- fessor of English and Education, and As- sistant to the President. She arranges convocations, coffee hours, dinners and luncheons, and some ofticial social events, administers the time arts holdings of the university, makes building inspections twice a year, takes care of guests, buys gifts, and handles ln- completes, Withdrawals, and Make-Up Tests. Miss Carter believes that under the leadership of Dr. Beckes and the faculty, Vincennes University has the unending op- portunity to help young people develop their potential for service to humanity throughout their lives. She takes pride, not so much in what she has left with Vin- cennes University, as with the eternal gratification her experience leaves with her. 113 'Lx or ,. ,""'?L I fy - 1' - "v ' -A . -- -A Aa- n 3 ' 1. f ' I ' .W-f . . , . -X N . ,- , 1 ,i , , . . 1 ' r-7 , sv. Mr. J. Howord Hill, Deon Emeritus Mr. Jerry Gegenheimer, Deon ot Students, Director of Counseling ond Guidonce Services 5 -s ,nc -.1 n, 4 Y 1 Hai ' ' ,I ,Q 4,3 ,z -"" K .6 M 1-D V .,,, ,A -45 G ' -x' V Q xhk. Mr. Phillip M. Summers, Choirmon, Student Personnel Division Mr. Stephen Violonte, Director of Deportment of Community Relotions, Assistont to the President IIA 1 W Mr. Walter Abendroth Guidance Mrs. Loretta Arterburn Registrar and Director ot Records and Admissions N .3 ,,.,,1 Lqj ' it r vi r1r.q A fx Pit? l C i X .A rii ri.ii . .i 35. 'i ' f ' Q A :ii iii 2 if Q V It - .,,... V X ,l 3 -.V ,ic ,Iv Miss Lynn Baril Mr. Frederick Bates Director ot Emison Hall Director of Public Relations Dr. Wanita Bailey Director of Placement ' c4: , W, ,mn Miss Kelly Beclces Counselor Nw ""'t2uN aw Mrs. Barbara DeBoer Dr. Lawrence Fanning Mrs. Vivian Fanton Director ot News Bureau Guidance Counselor Commercial Artist administration WO5 gms,-1 'S X S Miss Margaret Baker Director ot Reservations Mrs. Dorothy Browning Coordinator ot Study Skills and Co-curricular Activities R. A ' 5313 'Z - 4 If . 'E S 1 ' . W-Q12 f 1, , ii i.. X i 1.,, Z pl i 1 A, -- , 12,15 sg? , t ' 1 X . hw t' M 'Mi , - - 5 - if , ' K - A-3 lTZ,:v'N. E C . . . .crlzgxhxk 'r' Mr. William K. Heller Chief Accountant 115 administration Robert Hyott E1 H 2 , I X ' R X " .S- , f .1 4: A A 'C-f""""x W I ig! xv .rt X , t L D, I .i 4 -i r 5 i Cori Joice Business Monoger Assistont Director of Housing Q 30 tuit- Ron Moy Director ot Morris Holi L, 1 Dovid Phillippe Y. Potrick Mindermon Director of Clork Holi if . gg' Rtwf' Rondoll Schormonn Director ot Finonciol Aids Director of Audio-Visuol Center II6 Ted Lone Director ot Extended Services .f-'X gk 512, 'x Wx 'NYXQ KW Frederick Niehous Director ot Residence Hcrlls , 1 I .. 1 6 -1 Rollin Robb Assistont Director of Audio-Visuol Center A t is f Z Q Q6 Q A 1 Far Mcirie McQuciid Bookstore Monoger az.,-i Chief of Security YN Rollie Orr F" " f ' fx 5 . ,A it 1 I f R J, iw s 'Q xl' Q August Schultheis Assistont to the Admissions Director of Rolph Smith Director of Field Services Director of Alumni Oltices Pciul Summitt Assistont Director ot Housing Mirion Webb Director of Student Port-Time Employment Bill Spence Director of Coreer Division Bruce E. Voron Heod Librorion Morvin Wehrmon Director of Upword Bound 'lwu-Q9 Robert "Gus" Stevens Monoger of WVUT is Forrest Woggoner Director ot Housing wiv e 'P Sif t , --'N-wm....1q,, Corl Weidner Purchosing Agent administration Gozello Summitt Administrotive Secretory to the President , A Tim Weover Director ot Student Activities 152.33 Virginio White Assistont Director ot Student Activities 117 faculty A-s .1 3 ...- Mr. Preston Albright Professor of Sociol Science Mrs. Betty Archombeoult Assistont Professor of English , , wh 6 -" ,.-- ' f'-. wa. lg if, . A' ' .5 I WN 9 Yi is f v ,. -v-1."'9' ,Z I 'Ai QL , 1 Xt Y K I S -K., ' , 1 Mr, Bo rrett Boxertdo Ie Mr Gene Bothe ' M Associote Professor of Geography Instructor in Auto echonics Q45 QW .5 ..... Mr Robrrrl I Hrrrrsrni Mrs, Mortho Berry IYISIYIIIIOI rif Itfr- Stir rtrr Aggogigte Professor of Enghsh H8 " 'F Mrs. Dorothy Boiley Mr. Joy Bordole Instructor of English Professor of Chemistry -1 Mr. L. Joe Beoch Assistont Professor of Building Trodes Instructor of Vocol Music Technology Mr. Charles J. Beoll Mr Kendoll Bombord Mrs, Potrtcio Bowmon Instructor of Electronics Instructor of Art N 1 sltvvklwwww-Y" Miss Susan Boyle Assistant Professor of English Mr. Allen L. Bradfield Chairman of Mathematics Department, Director of Athletics, Professor of Mathematics nraM- Mr. James Brian Flight Instructor llllllllllll il llfl faculty Mr. Don B. Bradley lll Assistant Professor of Distributive Education Mr. LeRoy Breimeier Assistant Professor of Chemistry Gsvfs , Ziff? I fi if X! Miss Bettie Bryant Miss Lela Kay Bullerdick Assistant Professor of Chemistry Assistant Professor ol Speech 'Have iv fits elk. Mrs. Vera Brenton Assistant Professor of Language Nm.. Mr. Robert Cogle Professor of English and Speech H9 , X faculty I , HV: ' g 1 -. 1 -V1-L L. 453. -'FST - YDS K QQ,-9 .3 I 4'7" 4 6 1 A321 if " . .M X ,X M . Mr, James Callahan Mr. Neal E. Catt Ernest Chiles Mr. James T. Cook Instructor in Law Enforcement Instructor in Science Flight Instructor and Chief Pilot Instructor in Drafting fwfws 3 'wf I QT. ,QQ T WW' Mr, James M, Dailey Miss Linda Dale Mr. Richard Day Miss Nancy DeCosted Assistant Professor of Social Science Assistant Professor of Mathematics Instructor of English Assistant Professor of Science rf: -"ek 4, ' A 1 Q ' His- ' S ' .T yi -. Q f , ly' 'U ' ,wx I 4 4 '. .Q , 7.75: 7 KW of . :xx X X.. A - I x x 'L Mrs Caroll Deem Mr, Cyrus A, Deem, lr. Mr. Gary Dempsey Mrs. Sharon Dempsey Professor ol Home Economics Instructor in Building Trades Instructor of Music English Assistant 120 .gulf '5 Y 4 I 'kgf faculty Www Ia-.ummq , ss, QW. 'Xuan Y,,,,,,,':.::,,..., .. 4 . , M , , fm M162 1' -W ' .tc . A x L, 1,5 w::vu,.,,,y..-ul" N f' s "' 1 N' Wei, 2 fs wY,.wX3,,,,,fw NVQ., Q55 ...., 1, ti.-,A ,,,. ,..., Q .X,,, .... M .... .. f, 'fftiqiyuw .wwf i ,ff yi , -1, 'lv-, .. .5 ,,..,... . wr Q 1 W 1 if 2 'is 2 ,yahmf WQ V' ' 4 a F, 71:2 ,W 4. 'P' A A 1 . ,ii JW' fi Qss,gfff"'.4tS:-.Q:.fw'9sg . if Q ,I wi " M pin! r., -2-tr it 1 ,A n wr, J 1. -f... .M .Marv .... we ,QS Ama Q w ifw Y: Mr, Curtis A. Dhonau Mrs. Debora Dodson Mr. James Dodson, Jr. Dr. June Dollahan Science and Mathematics DiviSiOf1 Instructor of Earth and Sky Science Assistant Professor of Life Science Professor of Psychology and English Chairman Www X Mr. Dale Dowden Mr. Tony Downey Associate Professor Of Ch9miSTfY Instructor in Food Service Management sw rm sen Ni cc ,...,,, Miss Deanna Durbin Assistant Professor of Sociology 'MKS .5533 c 1 '. - A s gs S S Q1 5 sc x ,sg fy Mr, Richard D. Eavey Assistant Professor of 1,4 I-new 'Y4"f r F53 f 1., s ss wi.-?TE?f"'f rf Sii'f5g17' 1 :sim ,5gLfyQ',,35z+1j' F55 ., 1-ws ,. ',sgc:.5:..-N. 4 ffiitzsfdft . 5'9" , .zfiii-7's-sir f t .. . ,ir Electronics 'Ti V 'x . if ' Ns I 121 faculty ,,. its fflbi M Mw,., fi. A1 f li i Miss Karen Edwards Assistant Professor of Business za 3,16 . It A-gn-N inf' Mr, Richard Ertel Professor of Music and Coordinator of Music J c' I ' ' .A ' ', Qllr x ,f . . I ' , A .L X 1 .X .:, Mr Roger ford Instructor in Graphic Reprmliictian l22 ,ix 1 Mr. Larry Edwards Assistant Chairman of Humanities Divi- sion, Associate Professor of English Qi! 131 Mrs. Judy Fanning K. ! sjqff? Q Y W :X I L45 if it t' Mrs. Laura Edwards Instructor in English .N Mr. Ronald L. Edwards Instructor in Data Processing Mrs, Ernestine Farrell Instructor in English Assistant Professor of English ff" I. I ,ff 4-Eg-f Mr, David Frazier Flight Instructor 1 Mr. Thomas F. Fitzgerald Associate Professor of English Mr. Jacob Friesen Flight Instructor Mr, William Galligan Associate Professor of English and Philosophy faculty fnw Miss Karen Gines Instructor in Practical Nursing Mr. Steven R. Graham Assistant Professor of Business Mrs. Bessie Hatton English Assistant vw!!! Miss Jane Godare Instructor in English Miss Lee Godare Director of Nursing Department Mr. Lorenzo Gunn Assistant Professor of English Mr. Donald Hamilton Assistant Professor of Agricultural Aviation Mr, Gordon Goodman Associate Professor of Distributive Education Mr. David Harris Assistant Professor of Economics A ' W A A c 2 K ' ' 11 M . ws W'W"'W ' 's i W A f n i was 1-me A if -.-s'-was f ". "'. Q ' - ' 1 Q-. - X ' ' C' , ,, , fa, ,, ,, ,saw v, i sv gm X' 1 Q x X, . ,xc X54 sf .. 6 swffxiw, LV' vc Mmmssw ff., . 1. .M iq ft wk r -.w me - wx-'V "f ' ff- im Niismtgg 34 .Ziggy 61 X Q ,Y 'kg' i3ss9 3' K' 'L 'Q , ii? N?-'Few ww I Q? misss' S cwssvt A-1, t use ffm. :ws-t, . ssvwg ,XANQXS V ' ss f,,w..fSg'S'rE.rq,qf, ,, W W' Q i Q is ' .fw- A A tt ss' as so c c i ,..-ww M ,,.,...w.., ,-.,,c if Mais- ' - SX W' - ca n " ' .l ' 4- W I Y 5 , ...s .gcsx , sfw , P""v-L Q " FXR isis , A 'WW' fs-N,-tx .- . . "N fsffksefs-."f. .wr --s . X1 H Far' iw ff, . i ' Y M X, if N XXX Xue Y. ,f,f,ssg3,.. 1 Q 251:54 xt.-w A "ft g wwf. ffljkswiwf' . ,A A5 , Q 1 123 faculty Miss Mary Terese Heim Associate Professor of Life Science if Viv? Mr. Edmond Henry Instructor in Physical Education 9'-I. 'iii bv . 'ms Mr. Ray Hoffhaus Assistant Professor of Mathematics Mr. Arthur Hortin Associate Professor of Business Mr. Vernon Houchins Associate Professor of Physical Education 124 N-f Mr. Kenneth Hostetler Assistant Professor of English 4-5. v':-- Mr. Jeffrey Huxley . ' .L S' Mrs. Sandra Hostetler Assistant Professor of History V, '5'--4 iv Mr. John Ingram I Mr. Walter M. Hollingsworth Assistant Professor of Aviation Mechanics Mr. Tim Hostrawser Instructor in Life Science Mr. Ben Johnson Instructor in Mathematics Instructor in Graphic Reproduction Chairman of Physical Education, Profes- sor of Physical Education Miss Betty Johnson Instructor in English Mr. Joseph A. ludkins Instructor in Machine Trades !' I . Q' faculty ' " f' "fm 35 ' f Vw I-5 I ff' I' A . , , ' I W. ,LW 54l. ,mf2fiTf ' rg . UQ ffzii lg Q , Ek Q- 'W I , " s' fin, ',-'tu . t"'.,-M i f Ii Mr. David .I. Keusch Associate Professor of Mathematics . 1 - Q sf if P : Q Ns iii! P ,J Z' ,I Eff!-295 AV , V . "A c Vi -":7x.i1cf, , gg ' X 2 YIM, ' , 'wr 'fi-Lex ' 21 Q ii: ' 5r3.i"' Zs: 'L ' gf. i w . 1 .Q Q. Hg ,A X A Stas. , 1 x 5 is 42 :iv .5 I 'iff - rr Ii- iw. if infill' it Mr. William D. King Mr. Richard Kleine Mrs. Virginia Kleine Flight Instructor Associate Professor of Mathematics Assistant Professor of English Miss Rosemary King Professor of Nursing NW. ,f fm, I ,,,.1s,3 4 ss -..TQ . fi' Aimgi? Mrs. Harriette Klinker Chairman of Humanities Division, Chair- man of English Department, Professor of English Mrs. Mariorie Land Instructor in English I25 faculty 5 N355 P Dr, Chelsea L. Lawlis Miss Amy G. Loomis Father Bernard Lutz Chairman ol Social Science Division, Pro- Professor of Speech Newman Center Director fessor of Social Science Mr. Robert E. Lyons Professor of Technology f 5-1 Wgfhzzvv-' f?" Mr, Terry D. McCraney Mr. Forrest McGIone Mrs. Jacqueline Maddock Mr. Donald Marquez Associate Professor at Social Science Chairman of the Business Department, Instructor in English Flight Instructor Professor of Business 4' 'OA Qi "QW Mrs. Edith May Mr. Victor L. Meier Mr. James A, Messmer Mr. David Meyer Assistant Prolessor of Data Processing Instructor in Physical Education Instructor in Horticultural Technology Associate Professor of Social Science 126 faculty fIfi"S7" Q' 4v',at?.'.Qq. 1 Z 5 ' if 5 l K 2 .V 1 ' I , n a o Q ' Q 9 , iq I 6 , I 1.5 f ' . ' 5' I " 1 1 I O O 1 .. 1 P , , ., 'P Mrs. Mariorie Miller Director of Practical Nursing Miss Marcia Kay Miller Assistant Professor of English Ofzffif owe Mrs. Caroline Myers Associate Professor of Associate Degree Nursing Miss Phyllis Newton Instructor in Computer Technology Mrs. Virginia Miller Instructor in Chemistry Mr. John Milligan Assistant Professor of Auto Mechanics Dr. Orville Moore Instructor in Psychology "4'MffX""P"' K Miss Andrea Myers Associate Professor of Physical Education Mr. Arthur L. Nielsen Instructor in Drafting Mr. Jack L. Nowling Instructor in Aviation Mechanics 'I27 faculty ,ww Mr, Robert Orr Professor of Social Science uw? u . , is A 1 X- V ff l 5,1 s an ' :df- Mrs. Mae Petts Instructor in Physical Education Mr. James F Prince Professor of English 128 Wy. 429 wr' ,Winn Mr. John Ostendorf Mrs. Fern Palmer Assistant Professor of Physics Assistant Professor of Science Mrs. Carol Pfaf? Instructor in Business 'I ST , ff- . are ' ...,, -s f J I' 4 1 , .':gA:?l'i fy Ar Uzliifi 'ftf"'ii'f I J" I f-,AA Mr. Phillip Pierpont Assistant Professor of English 14 sg, I Mr. Llovd Peterson Instructor in Auto Mechanics K Mr. Richard Pointer Associate Professor of Drafting Mr. Joseph E. Ralev Mr. Gorey Redmond Miss Susan Reinhart I Associate Professor of English Assistant Professor of Aviation Mechanics Assistant Professor of English faculty ,494 :xi At of Mr. Robert Ricks Flight Instructor Mr George Ridgway Assistant Professor of Drafting Mr. Daryle Riegle Professor ot Physics and Engineering S Mrs. Stella Risch Assistant Professor of Nursing an-uf M. J' x ,Q , . fs, Y' . fs ' "" A LQ 5, X 1 gig ' f N NTNNX-1 -fn I. si 5151 H 1 RIN Miss Lois H. Ritterskamp Mr. Ernest Roller Mrs. Lynda Rychener Miss Ellen Sconlin Instructor in Nursing Instructor of Flight and Ground School Instructor in Nursing Assistant Professor of English and 129 faculty L P :VN 6? .s .mu -3 Ridge- arf 39:-Qfdifi. " "f 735.5 Mr, John P Schemeling Rev, Franklyn Schroeder Instructor in History Assistant Professor of Humanities and So- cial Science xxx rf, - ,f- ,tr K' 'fi Qs ,l rw .Q Cm? H ' 'A ik' ,, A mr...-i-.nh X Mr lloyd Shepard Mr. Gary Shepherd Instructor in Land Title Technology Assistant Professor of English 130' Mr Cir-rrilrt fminilli Mr Seth A SDOYKITUOH Assoriritr' Proli--.'.rir til Hu-.ini-s Instructor in Broodcast Production Ter hnology 130 Mr. Robert Schultheis Professor in Career Division, Editor of Valley Advance 'mfs -55 'iv X lffg' Mrs. Mariorie Simon Instructor in English Mr, Dennis Shappard Instructor in Electronics Mr, Stephen Simonds Assistant Professor ol Auto Mechanics Lf "Nw- Mr DanielE Sparks Instructor in Physical Education, Assistant Basketball Cooch Mr. William Stegernoller Associate Professor ol Mathematics Cross Country Coach faculty Mr. James D. Stewart Assistant Professor of Earth Science . . if Mr. Ralph D. Templeton Associate Professor of Psychology Mrs. Mary VanMeter Professor of Art Mrs. Patricia Summers Instructor in Practical Nursing gig, time Mr. John Tilley Associate Professor of Machine Trades I Mrs. Lena Walden Professor of Business Mr. Edward A. Szymanczyk Assistant Professor of Cooperative Education Q,T""""f1b Miss Nancy J. Tomev Instructor in Nursing Mr. Fred Walker, Jr. Professor of Journalism Mr. C. Bliss Talley Assistant Chairman of Social Science Division Sm.-0 '1"""""vu. Gwinn-W fNfX'!W'5'5?" ..K K' R WJ N. xx ,, X Mr. Richard T. Valois Assistant Professor of Spanish Mr. John Walker Professor of Biological Science, Chair- man ol Biological Science Department T31 faculty D .-g 3 .I I ..., 4 I ,pf Mr Horry Watts Flight Instructor Mr. Sterling K, Webb Assistant Professor of English ,CCI 'il'----tn. 'bs x A g lk is "' I Mr, Steven Boyne Wetmore Mrs. Carol Vtfhalev Assistant Professor of Social Science Instructor in English "'.T,'N 6. 4. Mr Ken Whitlcanaclc Mr, James Wilson Mr. Wayne Wilson Mrs. NODCV YOUVIQ Assistant Professor ol Graphic Instructor in Aviation Mechanics Instructor in Bowling Instructor in Nursing Reproduction la--Q , pf, hx A- , S A U -. A. Q my xl, 5 H Mr Paul Antlirmrw lrtstruc tm in H Ter linoloqy 132 ky' fPi'.'. t l'l1fI',l ptflfltll Ilrm senior class officers M N 'M 4.1 it f 4 . C 5 Barry Houghtolen, Vice-President, Jeonie Noville, Secretory, Don Winkler, President seniors Mark R, Ach Terry J. Adams John l-l. Adkins Thomas Lt Agler Paula E. Agnew William W. Aiken ll Pennie Ainsworth John E. Albertson Dean Alexander Thomas J. Alexander Kirk W. Allee Gail P. Allen Richard M. Allen Kerry W. Anderson Steven L. Anderson Debra M. Anson Carol A. Applegate James R. Arendt Steve L. Armheld Madeline J, Arnett 55' WU" N I ac"'T7' fi is ml it Mau J ti .N he ek ff' Q n l' ,i 5 ? Q, " , 1 , . 'YV' mov y W aqn...4Q Dennis Atchley Jeonne E. Atkinson Noncy S. Attowoy Sherry L. Atwood Lindsey A. Boin David R. Boker . John F. Boldvvin Corolyn Boll Lynn Bonto Doncild D. Borber Down L. Bornes Morgoret A. Borrett Timothy B. Bortz Rick VV. Bothe Richord H. Bouchot Gory L. Boxter Jock Boynes Jomes M. Beoch Mork S. Beord Lclwrence C. Beosley seniors Stephanie C, Beauchamp Barbara Beniamin Paul W. Berg Robert l.. Berry Tyrone G. Beverly Richard A Bevers Donald K. Bickel Bobbie L. Biegel Bryan E. Bieker Connie S. Bighorn Lavon Biddings Stephen LA Bishop Michael A. Blaugher Norman E. Bluebaum John C. Blume Larry E. Bodarf Deborah E. Bollz Chris A, Botlema Russell C, Branaman Marshall Brahain 4, ":- 2 , ' 2 f 2 if x ff xltl X 'B in at , 3 M,-mf' x my X f W X ff .wr MCAD' A 4 .ff H 'X ',f W' 'A Robert L. Briggs Dwight D. Brighom Julio J. Brink Stephen W. Brinkerhoft Kothy A. Brocksmith Albert C. Broglin. Neil R. Brook Alvin F. Budreou Philip W. Bundy Fred C. Bunting Johnie L. Burks George R. Burris Brent H. Burton Henry F. Butler seniors seniors Yvonne Butler Darlene K. Buttrum Phyllis A. Byers Ronald J. Byrd Robert P. Byrnes Robert D. Cage Gary L. Caldwell Kevin J. Campbell Trudy K. Campbell John M. Camperman Bruce W. Carey Lynda S. Cargill Marcia L. Carie Robert L. Carlson Cathy S. Carter Patrick D. Carter Gary L. Cassidy Daniel T. Cassin Jose R. Castro Perez Patrick Cavanaugh 138 Qfifv H ,5-gn." -12 -an-on., '51--fi iw.-...,f if' WN 475 1' 93 .2 x 'Qing 5" 9.3 7 4,1 - ine' frm 'Ala m 10"---"f" -,WJ 'Wi'-k'3l-' 5-sur-'X Nw. QW' . XX . N Bruce E. Cazel Cynthia K. Cecil David C. Chambers James J. Chaput Joseph W. Chesnut Charles T. Clark - Terry E. Clarkson Robert J. Clay Donald E. Claycomb Deon Clendenin Linda Clinton Barbara J. Cogdill Blaine A. Cogmer Alan J. Cohen Steven K. Cole Joyce A. Collins Alice J. Conger Gregory R. Connolly Sherri J. Coons Lindo S. Corbin seniors seniors Rodney J. Cowden Jackie A. Cox Ernest L. Crane Barbara A. Crawford Carol A. Critchlow Mike W. Cripe Ilan L. Crittenden Robin H. Dallas Brenda L. Dalton Bruce R. Dausman Max A. Davis Stephen L. Deckard Keith M. DeMeritt Martin E. Dial 'F'--1. I I 0 -1- in-3 .34 l Kb jvi S.. '4t"'T" -C"t' 'If -.... 7 F53 intein?-1:-xQ,' 0 Z l on., Q09-' Nfl .H ... , 5 ,W 'H ij VW 'ago W0 A .ffm . 'WN Khris L. Dickover SBFIIOTS P ' Wx., O K""""9' X, . ' fs? X Qt x X 012. V Xml . if 1 W C Q xy V555 5 ,S :Fil N . , L , , ff. , if ff Q- QW N' 'fe 5 X: X ,fx X X A Mft D ' A 'f N K l 1 YV ""' " 'g A' A .- 5. 1 L ,,.,, S X, -I L KY J y.. , ' 'l gs L 'KN l f x AEN 'X Qi-33 -u-.,,,s ff' www X att " ' Richard N. Dings John P. Dockter Herbert A. Donham Judy K. Donovan Patrick M. Dow - Steve C. Downing Patrick E. Doyle Linda M. Drake Michael K. Dressel Charles L. Dufley Charles Dunlap Carol N. Dunn Stephen G. Dye Susan L. Eaton Steven L. Eckelbarger Lawrence J. Elliott Kent J. Ellis Terry J. Ellis John l. Endsley seniors Carolyn L. Eshelman Roger J. Evans Rolland E. Fearnow Patricia J. Finch Gerald E. Fink lvann Finney Wanda R. Fischer James R. Fisher Judy A. Fleck Dan Fleming Larry Flueckiger Larry G. Fonseth Harold E. Foster Karen A. Foster Janet L. Foxworthy Joseph E. Frey Ronald F, Fruits Kim S. Fulton Deborah E. Galvin Lionel Gamble 'Q 'W""'f"'7m W' Mx QUT? Q VM' Dave G. Gardner John D. Gardner Tim A. Garland Sallie A. Garrett Walter L. Garrett Carla J. Gartner Robert R. Gartner Jacqueline Gee Linda M. Gehlbach Caryn D. Gerhart Gregory L. Geswein Karen L. Geswein Colleen R. Gibson Sharon K. Gibson seniors seniors 144 Clnorles D. Giddens Fronlc Glovos Pony R. Goflner Gerold R. Golvidis Beverly A. Goodwin Genevo P. Goss Vicforio L. Grohom Kothleen J. Groy Dennis W. Green Suson K. Green Thelo J. Gregersen Thomos A. Greive Beth A. Grissom Stevie B. Grochowski Croig A. Gudemon Potricio R. Gwollnev Morgorel Hoos .lomes G. l-locker Jock I-loefling Chorles Hogor, Jr. d',,,.,,. . 'G' 91-if I 'iff' ni x Rv '9Q.1X 59 1273 5? ,ii A NW 'T""vr i 14, N' C'-Yi Oil' 'll' gl nl. George M. Hogerrnon Williom F. Holey Dione C. Hoium John W. Honcock Kenneth D. Hordin Christopher Hordmon Jomes L. Horgis Keith D. Horfsell Sondy K. Horwood Steven B. Hosh Thomos L. Hosfe Richord C. Heinzrnon Dovid D seniors Hengsrebeck Pofricio J, Herring Lindo S. Hess Jomes M. Hilburt Mork R. Hill Brodley B. Hines Duone A. Hinshow Thomos H. Hisev 145 SEHIOFS RD. Hilz Richard W. Hoehnke Rebecca A. Hoffman Sharon L. Hofilman Rulh A. Hoke Barry Houghialen Catherine E. Howard Debi J. Howard Diane C. Howell PGQQV Howell Lindo S Hubeny Thomas L. Hull Jere E. Hunter Joyce A. Hurst Kothy A. Huyvoed Poul M. Huvvoen Joseph D. Hymon Dovid T. In Melody Ivers Mork B. Jockson' Monte J. Jockson Poulo D. Jockson Mory V. Jorosz Lin B. Jennings Jomes L. Jernigon Cothy E. Johnson Duone E. Johnson Robert M. Johnson Jon N. Johnson Robert P. Jones Theresio A. Jones Christopher W Joslin Mork S. Judy Jeftrey R. Justice seniors John W. Kower Richord A. Kosrner Jerry L. Ked Elizobeth A. Keith Terry D. Keller Ru A. Kelso Gene S. Kemper Cheryl Keneipo Robert L. Kennie Theodore G. Kern Lindo S. Kessler Moshood A. Khon Corolyn S. Killion Shelley D. Klein Shorori L. Kleysteuber Vicki L. Knecht Morgorel A. Konecny John R. Konkle Julio A. Konkle Jomes Kuminecz Richord W. Kunkle Philip C. Locey Robert Locey Keith D. Loclcey Toby Lofuze Michoel R. Lomperi Bonnie G. Longe Douglos l-l. Lonkford Steven L. Lonnon Rondoll S. Lou Kelly J. Loughlin Dennis J. Leek Roberto J, Lemmon Felix W. Leung SGFIIOTS John D. Lewis Leland L. Lewis Robert P, Lindholm Janet K. Lindsay Bruce A. Lingerteldt John G. Lippke Nancy L. Litton Richard D, Loudenback Joseph L. Luth Mark E. Mischler Gary L. Maas Richard c. Magness Patty S. Mallett Dennis E, Mann Wayne F. Markle Judith Marshall Michael R, Marshall Neal E. Martin Brent May Daniel A. Maynard -J. '-si" QT"--vnvx iN Us WYX x"Y lx tx. -rf' s--gf K-of eggs ,ggi-MX. til-'x Qlfl'-jf frm fsb. fx.. V!! .1 I .I ,. 'f.e is , . . N491 es 1'1" , ,- 57,4 fr 'U' 'Qtr 'V SBHIOTS Wendy L. Mayo Michael E. McCabe Michel D. McCarty Michael L. McClure Susan E. McClure Denny R. McCool Angelia L. McCoy .lohn R. McKenerick Gregory A. MCMurry Terry L. Meredith John L. Metelko Elizabeth Meuser Vernon N. Meyers Stephen D. Middleton Mike Miles Diane Miller Judy E. Miller Margaret A. Miller Molly P. Miller William J. Miller SBFIIOFS Morcio A. Milo Robert K. Minor John R. Mindermon Rondy J. Mohr Oiiver F. Montgomery Douglos E. Moore Rondell Moore Don A. Morris Douglos A, Mover Borboro Murroy Peter D. Mystrom Jeonie A. Noville Williom C Newcum Joe Nevvlin i gy, ilk in-04" G.. 1 521,522 xx 1 jf 6 ,WJ HX Qfwnsgfi i. Hnasze-g tif : '1Y""f'P"" 48"-Pyf ali" W 3.9 AQ- 'f f W ug-ff""" Jacqueline L. Nicholson John D. Nixon Morionne Nolon Judy A. Norris Frederick G. Olinger Roberto L. Olson ' Timothy L. Osborne Sue A. Osmon Jerry W. Oursler Donold T. Overpeck Michciel P. Owen Vicky G. Poncoke Michoel E. Parker JeFlrey L. Poschke .lohn J. Potrick Gory M. Potton Jeri S. Patton Shirley Potion Steven C. Povy Robert A. Peck Il seniors seniors Edward M. Perkins Gregory A. Pelrofl Larry J. Phillips Susan M. Pieper Mohanan Pillai Kathleen J. Poe John P. Polcorney Merrilynn l-l. Ponsler Larry Polls Rebecca S. Polls James D. Prince John Pryor Carol A. Puelz Joan C. Pypniowski Robert H. Rach Rhonda C. Rademaker Ronald L. Raflignone Andrew M. Randazzo Clara M. Rasche Arthur RalliFl Jeffrey L. Rausch Mark A. Rauscher Sherry E. Royle Ted L. Reed Dallas D. Reeves James R. Reimer Bruce A. Reinhart Gregory L. Renner Herbert L. Reuter Charles T. Reynolds Mark Rhoades Richard A. Riba Pafrick M. Riley Thomas A. Ring SBFIIOTS Mory S. Ringer Poulo C. Rinsch Alon J. Ripplemeier Dole L. Roork Evelyn S. Robertson Amy M. Robison Fronces E. Rock Jonet A. Rogers Joseph T. Rogino Richord C. Rohloff John D. Rollison Michoel R. Rose Robert R. Ross Kofhy M. Rubrechf Shirley A. Rude Ed T. Rudolph Sherry L. Runyon Williom D. Rupp Lindo R. Rusch Rebecco A. Russ 4QQ 'S' 13 rf? ASN kms' x, Q17 '1'L""" 1 ll ll ll l 52:5 3-km Q""NA-wn- X . . 'L Denny L. Russell James C. Russell Teresa A. Sain Louis Salla James K. Sanborn Penny L. Sandlin Vicki A. Saunders Michael L. Schalk Robert J. Schenclc Larry M. Schilling Lawrence R. Schmitt Fred C. Schneider Jim L. Schnur Fred L. Schrader Jeffrey A. Schrader Henry R. Schull Fred W. Schumaker Patricia A. Seubert Merton C. Sechrest Glenn A. Seger seniors seniors Lee K. Seidel Carol S. Sexton Sarah E. Shackelford Roger E. Shanks Susan K. Sharp Teresa A. Sharp Paul A. Shaw Gwendolyn Shelbourne Cynthia M. Shelton Richard l.. Shew Mike Shoptaw Dan E. Shumaker Toni A. Signorino Christopher K. Simms Michael A. Singer Theresia V. Sinnett John N. Sinnoh' Christine l.. Skinner Thomas B. Skroback Edward L. Slopsema 'YTD' N y, f0S X QD' ilwf. 'keg hwy 1' MK fs. iv, Q5-Q. T? 4-gps x nh? x,. VW Q bl' -' -' 3 555' J' ' V A K .W ., W Aff? S' ' 47 A . - ' , 1 2 S X 1 45X i gf ' . , i. 4 ff Richard E. Smallwood Barbara J. Smith Carol L. Smith Charlotte M. Smith Garry W. Smith Gary L. Smith - Kenneth C. Smith Martin B. Smith Robert M. Smith Dave E. Sauder Catherine E. Southerland Lanta V. Spencer Stephen W. Spencer David B. Spitler Vincent P. Snrvoo Becky I.. Spreen Larry S. Stahly Thomas E. Stallings Keith O. Stearns John E. Steininger seniors SCHIOFS Allan R. Steinkuhl James Stephenson Terry L. Stephenson Karen F. Stevens Billie Stewart Howard L. Stills Greg Stouse Richard A. Straub Frank J. Strefl Rhonda Stremming Laura lvl. Strom Roger O. Stuckey Katherine B. Summerville David P. Sut Pamela J. Talbott Charles S. Taylor Richard L. Taylor Clifford W. Teague Elaine E. Teague Robert G. Terhune ,. 17' Sas "Ir- QW! 72 95 Mink S' S-if -r"" .f' . in-f" 51 i Dionne Thorp Dione K. Thomos John R. Thomos Poulo A. Thomos Roymond D. Thomos. Richord D. Thomos Bonnie K. Thompson Bonnie S. Thompson Terry L. Thompson Thomos E. Thornberry Penny J. Tichenor Richord A. seniors Tomoszevvski Ricky L. Townsend Eliioh S. Tross, Jr. 161 SGHIOTS Sfeven F. Trinkel Herbert S. Truitt Norbert B. Tyner George R. Upshow Chorles H. Vonnice Rochel E. Vorns Joseph M. Vieck Shoron l.. Vieke Robert G. Vollmer Frederick J. Voyles Michoel J. Woletzko Brenton E. Wolker Guy L. Wolloce Henry G. Wallis Glorio J. Wolters Stephen M. Worgo Jeff M. Worner Leo D. Worzok Somuel T. Woshrnglon Cornelrus Weothers Q'----Y' , A ' - ' is A 1 . 4- -, in ,f .W X '5:" . . -. f 41 illle , L I - 45 ,Q ,QA Qi-ri 'hL.b. PWA. F in ,ae we 7 xi! If f ilu lust 'D' Connie S. Weinantz Larry W. Wentzel Charles D. Wert David A. West Elizabeth M Wheeler Gerald White I Gloria J. White Nicholas A. White Shirley D. White Stephan L. White Marcia E. Whitlow Mark E. Wiese Douglas R, Williams Patricia J. Williams. Peter S. Williams Patricia L. Willis Paul A. Willis Cora Wilson Judy A. Wilson Robert L. Wilson seniors Terry A. Wilson Doniel F. Winkler lorry R. Winters Douglos L. Wisernon Stephen D. Wood Beth E. Woodoll Gory D. Wright Solly J. Wright Lourel L. Yingst Michoel S. Yochum Douglos A. Young Ellen J. Zelmer John W. Ziccordi fin 'Em ffb tr:-5' L". ',.3:,v -, Lglffl J. . n 3 I z it freshman class officers Hamill' law-vu. Ge Lana Simpson, Treasurer, Linda Williams, Secretary, Mike Champion, Vice-President, Bob Piper, President 165 Daniel J. Adams Anthony Agnelneri Donald W. Albin Thomas A. Albregts Maury C. Albright Jerry J. Alexander Michael A. Alexander Robin D. Alstott William R. Alt Mary A. Althott Thomas M. Alwine George E. Ames James A. Anderson Ralph J. Anderson Susan E. Anleitner Mary L. Applegate Teresa R. Archer George G. Armstrong Debbie G. Arnett larry D. Arnold Cindy L. Arvin Richard J, Ashburn Marilyn Auman Steven L. Aumend Brenda S. Ayers Fred E. Babrick Gary W. Badger Ezackery Bailey Pamela S. Baker Pamela S. Baker Liz A. Baldwin Mary K. Barekma Julia B. Barnard Warn L. Barrett Terri K. Bashare Stanley R. Bate Marjorie L. Batler Colieta A. Baumgart David W. Baumgartner Paul S. Bea Adcm A. Beorden Robin A. Bechtel Robert T. Beck Scmdro A. Beck Bernice A. Beckman Leslie A. Bedwell Lindo L. Beem Scott W. Beerbovver Joy A. Bennett Charles Beren Neil D. Best Genevieve Bev Keren A. Biegel Keith L. Birkev E 53? li Minh-da A N Robert K. Bishop Elizabeth A. Blake Allen J. Blann Bruce W. Blocksom Edward C. Bolden Devona L. Boley Sharon R. Booth Jon Bowden Marvin E. Boyd David C. Bozik Katherine A. Braun Richard l-l. Braun Elizabeth R. Bredeweg Boyd C. Brewer Daniel L. Briflain June E. Bronson David M. Brookbank Dwight L. Brooks Michael D. Brooks Debra G. Brooner freshmen freshmen Delbert E. Browder Mary E. Browder Barton W. Brown Damona K. Brown Riclc L. Brown Susan J. Brown David W. Bruner Peggy L. Bryant Jeflrey L. Budd Gary R. Burch Lea A. Burcham Michael A. Burneh James T. Burris Daniel L. Byerly Robin L. Byers Edna E. Byrd Richard H. -Byrd Brent L. Callahan Sandra K. Calloway Robert A. Cammeron M50 s...,t-U-,' x , . 'fi ' X 5' - E 4 1 ' 'Wk fu ,uma H . A N . -c - ' R Y ., 'eg uw'- . A if '." fix., 1 ' ' cb lg an Fi :rl I who-fx vw? VPN., . X .E 'Q' Yr--7 J KL fi . he . 0 X l70 1 Larry l.. Campbell Larry D. Campbell William l-l. Carbaugh David lvl. Carie Dennis D. Carnahan Terry E. Carpenter David J. Carrigan Lavina A. Carter Dave M. Casfrale Deborah L. Cavanaugh Kevin E. Cavanaugh Michael C. Champion Thomas G. Chapin Marilyn l.. Chatfleld freshmen Liso M. Christy Joseph P. Cimpriclw Mory F. Cissell Koryl L. Cloncy Clif? Clork Jomi l.. Clowson Mory K. Clements Mory A. Clements lone M. Clifford Donno S, Clinlcenbeord Williom H. Collier Mork A. Comer Ruth A. Cook Cindy J. Cooksey Wondo L. Cooprider Jock R. Cornwell Williom A. Costner Brendo K. Couch Lizobeth A, Courtney Gory A. Cox W' 9 -"' 69 ,nfl-'i'?""vlf I Z te f, f t' A . ,,.. I Hi 43- 'QXILTV 'Q f N A Jn" A if S 4 9 l' r r l I f' fl !.,. sift 1' SPN Qvnv' 9 ax 2 I wx-J David Crider Esther L. Crosby Jeanette Culver Michael T. Dahms Debra A. Darner John R. Darnstaeclt Michael O. Davenport Glenn K. Davidson Ann J. Davis Governor Davis John J. Davis Sherri L. Davis William T. Davis Guy Dawson Cynthia A. Day David C. DeRisi Deborah E. Hinton Kathy A. Dehority Joe R. Demeulenaere Joanne B. Digiacoma Steven M. Dodd Dennis G. Doerr David J. Douglass James G. Dowling Rosalyn Doyle Dennis E. Draper Randall M. Dufiey Donald D. Dunham Richard L. Durbin Mary A. Durreft Robert C. Duryea Roxy I.. Earles Gayle Earley Steven A. Ebert f" "-an 1 A 32253 , i I S 'We '17,--vc Monica S. Edelson William R. Eiler Samara J. Elliott Garth B. Elmore Cathy 5. Emmel Donna K. Emmons Michael L. English Robert S. English Dee S. Erickson Karen N. Eshelman Patricia A. Etchison Renee M. Etwier Karen E. Evans Shari M. Falcone Robin I.. Fallis Teresa N. Farmer Janet L. Farris Janice C. Fickle Dale L. Ficklin Pamela S. Fields freshmen freshmen Michoel O. Filer Jornes E. Finke Rick Flon Christy R. Fleming Ccrfhleen M. Flynn Mory C. Foley Duone R. Folzenlogel Chris L. Ford Roy J. Foremon Michelle L. Foughty Dove A. Fowler Chorlone D Fox Indy K. Fox Morcio K. Fronk Georgie A. Fronklin Ted A. Frederick Deon A. Freschly Debbie A. Fruy Jomes R. Frieler Hilbert J. Fuhrmon id-M 453: -gg N l L u i , ,Q rf' i 71 Q, X ' Al .Nf-' 12" 'T ER hrx 11'-v" Mark C. Gallmeyer Brenda J. Gardner Gregg M. Carson Karee Gates Darvin R. Gauer Jack R. Geilker Gary V. Gerard Sandra J. Gercken Rebecca S, Gerlach Betty J. Gibson Dennis K. Gilbert Robert D. Gillospy James C. Glascock Dorothy M. Golando freshmen Melody A. Golden Saundra D. Gonzales Dianna S. Goodman Nina J. Goodman Diana S, Graham Thomas S. Graman Rebecca E. Grange Louis T. Grannan David J. Gray Margie K. Gray Patricia L. Green Cheryle L. Greeson Mildred L. Griffith Joseph L. Griflifhs John B. Grove Joy S. Grow Cynthia A. Gullion Bernard H. Gumbel Charlene K. Gulwein Margaret A. Guy 'l'f':"' , V,- fr"'? 5,,,,,ff-fff,'L.f4 QM'J.,1-if 'he ll K XX X if wr ln' A , um, Michael L. Gwaltney Randy B. Haessig Ricky l.. Hagan Donna M. Hagemeier Edward Hales Andrew P. Hamilton Joan L. Hamilton Marticia A. Hamilton John H. Hancock Sheila P. Hargis Darlene M. Harkleroad George D. Harper Charles A. Harris Iris Harris Patricia D. Harris Thaddeus W. Hart Katie J. Hasler Ronald C. Hasser Dan D. Haupert Joan K. Hauser freshmen freshmen Williom K. Hoynes Williom W. Hedge Poul R. Hedinger Jerry K. Heisrond Don R. Helse Timothy R. Hendershorr Dovid G. Herz Steve D. Hewitt Jeflrey L. Hiles George Hill Keith A. Hill Jeremy F. Hilr GOry R. l-lillz Jeff J. Hochgesong IBO 25.2" K- Q-M K firm" "SI IK lf' 1.50.4 V I , .I ,. ,.-, ,, .- .-- I -V ... L, -. 94. " Q ""-.v,.,, ,, ii 'DY f 'nfs 1-14? .,..g 5 1 w. A .xii A 5 . .2 .5 "'...a?-,uzqiqz kk y lt ' 'Tl'-"f'k . Qi' i .. . .Ng aku J. . V ,. .V I ...Q Q Vg, 5, ,,, 'VN Hai if, wiv!-JP ,i - vga',1f.af.e.fa.e-,.wj,-qige.In-1 .li 'i-,.', "f v- .-.,g,m.:.,.. gigf K ff we ...gag A:.4u:t--Qs..-Lg., lg, Rh -. . ...Q , .. . . . 'bu-o1f,..,.-, . I .. .di-iilglapi .- .,, i -i!'C'i' V ::- -4 ,. ....- 'M ,' r---' ' '.-- -em- -4 ?m"?:-I --3 -TTL ry -far rw rr Y -.f --.. A - --.. Q cw- N NM 'l"!""'IY' AWN' g V ,J . . 3, . N E 2 . ' fr "Wir -f txt' ,, , yt .xrff if I L 'qw S' gl 1 ' S lp 5 , I th freshmen Dovid L. Hodson Kenneth R. Hoeing Debbie L. Holcomb Joelynn Hollingsworth Morilyn K. Hollomon Bob E. ' Homrighous Jonice D. Hernodoy Victor A. Horne Dovid R. Horoho Dione K. Houghtoling Mike T. Howard Cheryl A. Howder Dionne Y. Howell Ronold J. Howell Keith R. Huesmon Kothy Hundley Becky L. Hunt Gory P. Huntington Judy G. Hutchins Lorry D. Hutchinson 'IBI David R. lllyes Norma J. lmle Jim F. lmmel Michael R. lnnis Peler l-l, In Sieven M. Irish Judith E. Jarnuiowski Rodney A. Jeflries Charles Jerry Karen M. Jewell Bessie N. Johnson Dave B. Johnson Devvayne D. Johnson Eileen S. Johnson Jerry A. Johnson Minnie Johnson Norma Johnson Stephen V. Johnson Bradley L. Jones Kathy D. Jones Michael E. Jovich Mark W. Justice Timothy K. Kaetzel Nickala A. Kastina John H. Katterhenry Charles O. Kauffman David A. Kaufman Dave K. Kehl Steve Kempher Elizabeth A. Kendall Anthony L. Kendrick Michael R. Kenny Jamey L. Kent Angela S. Kilgore freshmen Steve A. Killion Corolyn R. Kimmell Kothy K. King Arthur J. Kirby Williom W. Kittie Robert G. Kluth Theodore A Krniotek Robert J. Knobe John T. Knopp Normon L. Kniese Donno K. Knox Dorothy L. Kohorst Edword F. Kong Robert E. Kremer Terry L. Krodel Jonet L. Krotke Joseph W. Lom Louis E. Lomb Becky J. Londis Dovid G. Lonhom --i. , - My ' fi? ,Jw " .. 7 ":1 f ::' ae W"""f"i! My-fl - . Rfk W l-lorold R. Lormonn Irvin L. Loho Morloyno E. Louricio Robert Low Philip J. Lowlis Douglos E. Lowrence Lloyd R. Lowrence Vivion A. Leovev Solly Lechner Grerfo G. Lehmon Christy Lewellyn Louro Lewellyn Poul L. Lewis Shoron M. Lichlyfer Pomelo J. Like Kothy A. Lipp Down R. Lischkge Richord l. Lockhort Pomelo J. Logon Stephonie M Lovell Rick L, Lowry Roberf C. Lowry Jerry A. Lubiniecki Steven C. Lucos Diono Lufz Noncy Lyons Joon L. Lyhie Thornos E. Moiors Morvin L. Mollory John C. Mongos Eloine J. Morion Morcio L. Morkis Dorlene Morsholl Noncy L, Morsholl 'CGM Zur .nh am i wily 55.5 S -331,2 ,Q- --w-N, Kim A. Martin James L. Maryfield Terry L. Mason John W. Maurer Robert P. Maxwell Marie C. McAtee Janet K. McCormick Connie F. McCoy Rilo J. McEwen Beverly A. McFarland Karen J. McFerran Alan R. McGill Patrick M. McGrady Tim K. McGrath Denny McGraw John McGuire Joyce E. Mclntire Annloinefi M. Mclaurin Ted E. Mellencamp John M. Merrell freshmen Brodley W. Miller Dorrel L. Miller Dennis Miller Dennis D. Milligon Debbie L. Mills Rennc G. Mills Dione A. Milner Beth A. Mindermon Gregory P. Mize Doniel R. Montgomery Fronces A. Montgomery Mork L. Moody Noncy V. Moore Solly A. Moore Chorles S. Mpungose Corol A. Murphy Michoel A. Murphy Michoel J. Musick Michoel J. Musillomi Kelly l. Myers 'E""'?V' 'f . -.- 1.-Vg... 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C' Qi f Av l . 5? will 5 y Q tt at J ll ll f fy fl wt! ' ill . J il 252. A 1 t ai'--, .B ik 1' . Y N I V2 fr 1-fp' Cf -if xii! Q 'D i -Y . 'Q X - -9151" r' utr R l ' V ' .'f'a'-gcrstfh I 'yt lvl' :QA V QI , NS ' vw RV, ?l'ft' ll"l 5. Er Z' Allen Philpot Stephen J. Pieper Robert G. Piper Lee A. Piske Donald D. Pitts Larry J. Pletch Mark J. Poland Christine A Pontius Shirley L. Poole Ann L. Pople Randy D. Porter Artie Potts Maria A. Potts Kathy Powell Thomas L. Prather Gary D. Pratt John D. Pritchett Thomas C. Pruitt David J. Pund Phillip P. Pynaert Jr. freshmen freshmen Gary VV. Racine A -fl! Sandy A. J' J X Rademaker A' -X1 R 0 .Qs . WL I lk yard' DOJTV M. Ramsey Michael J. J' Ransom ' ' Edward S. Redd Duane A. '-'H A Reed .ss YT," " 0 Q- 5rV'- Q , tE', 'r X I Q f ,SLT gc I Clara L. Rehs Sue J. Renke Rhonda K. Render Robert R. Resler 60" 'W' , fun kia? Steven J. Reutepohler Bonnie E. Richardson Mary K. Richardson Ted A. Richardson 'T' .PKR .472 5 -S 5 -, I r 4 Il Z Williom N. Richordson Terry L. Rick Ronold P. Ridgwoy John M. Rinehort John A. Ristedt Lindo S. Ritzius Kelley G. Robbins Corl R. Roberts Noncy A. Robertson George R. Robison Michoel E. Ruoprecht Michoel L. Rutledge Don T. Ryon Libbie A, Sochs Lowrence E. Sonders Corol L. Sondler Dorothy A. Schober Timothy R. Scheiclel Bruce E. Schellhose Anito L. Schmidt freshmen Connie L. Schneider Ann L. Schroeder Sara M. Schulze Philip G. Schwartz Terry C. Schwenn Cecil E. Scott Nancy K. Secoulas Karen E. S9l'T1OH Diane I.. Senesac Jack E. Senesac Joseph F. Sergi Paul J. Se-tty Sherry J. Sevier Antonnette F. Shafer Barbara J. Shake Sara L. Shapinsky Michael R. Sharp Mindy S. Shaw Virginia M. Shelton Byron E. Sherman 2 . J 155. L xii? 6 x rl, fi 'Sm a-5 5 -Q-3 A 'ST' few 5 . . LZ rf .J Dorerido B. Shields Ruth A. Shourds Joseph R, Showers Rosolirid M, Shumolcer Robert C. Shuttleworth Moriorie A. - Sims Chorles A. Singer Cotherine R. Sloon Vimolrotno Smornovonich Corol A. Smith Dionne E. Smith Duone lvl. Smith Jill Smith Rick L. Smith freshmen Russell L. Smith Lynn A. Snyder lahn D. Sannefield Gary D. Sorgius Barbara A. Spaulding Vicki L. Spears Robert E. Speer Richard Spencer Deborah L. Springer Cynthia S. St. Onge Russell N. Stafford Matthew G. Ste-gall Elizabeth A. Steiner James I-l. Steinriede Gary L. Stephens Susan L. Stevens Gary L. Stites Bryan L. Stackinger Ruth A. Stout Doris J. Strahley Gr' .2 V ,.,f35.s Z' Q .. w Q 'f ' 1 f T . 4 T 5 . 'Q N ,fr '94 CTT' if-4 1- " -.v NW frpQ lb - . sk.. 'tr' Q'-75 1- 'f , at Y gg J uv , F 'K - 1 S. 5 www.. W W ok X , x 1 f 1 .Xi 5 K Scott A. Sirain Martha Strand Denise A. Stuclcey Carl I.. Siucky Jacqueline Sfuliz Jimmy l-l. Sulan Deborah M. Surface Glenn M. Swisher John D. Szinlc Karen I. Tanner Michael J. Tarfal Scan Taylor Jay A. Teel Mark W. Teels Margaret A. Terril Rulh A. Theising Craig P. Thomas Carol E. Thompson Vanessa L. Thompson Connie S. Thornburg Cheryl A. Thornburgh Jono S. Thornton Byron J. Ticen Jill R. Tilko ii 8 J Borboro J. Tilly Koren D. Tipton Pomelo J. Trimble Diono S. Tschoenn Williom R. Tucker Rebecco L. Tyring John F. Von Metre Dovid l-l. Von Skyhovvk We l . T : . lwl X Chris B. V I Vonce ji: . fi Q L U . F rf Jerry D. Voughn '-'Dv' X ,,4-,,J-v- We Nss ., Ek as Q 'WW N M gxyaq-W .1 ees, ef? riff 5144.552 - , if ' l l P- lwb . 'N ."l5'v K A lu . ff 3. Qin. few-if FEW 72""'4 J 5--.ar Ronald L. Vaughn Jon F. Vehslage Susan E. Viehman Ligiia I. Vilinskis Carolee Villapiano Janet S. Villwock Joseph M. Vinci Veronica D, Volkman John J. Wachadlo Richard F. Walden John E. Walker Mae A. Walker Nance A. Walker Sharon D. Walker Willie L. Walker Millred J. Wallace Nancy J. Wallace Terry G. Waller Lynn E. Walton Russell B. Warmoth freshmen Stephen l-l. Warren Greg A. Wayman William W. Wazny Randy H. Webb Rebecca R. Weber Gale A. Weir Karen S. Weisenberger Mary P. Welch Richard A. West Nancy L. Wheatley Mary P. White Michael O. White Sheila G. White Patia A, Whitfield Clara L. Wilhite Brant E. Wilkie Beth A, Williams David L. Williams Deborah J. Williams Linda C Williams 200 Wil as l 'iii-:'f' Z' ..f,0 5 'sr-.oifa Y. 7 fl! , . 2. 50, ' .u I .7 M. 4 uk f, 14' -A CR A+ w -WL s F-. ,ig limi 'VN X :I ii, vw .VJ jglfzixiafa S 6 i X fi' lf A if sv e , 1 .v ,Q ,f ,VK Q A 5 - Qvewwv' Maw 3 z X . We M 32 ,Z fofiwnv L S . .Q Q, ,,.,, X is ' , .ggp ii? X X .K QA A ' W Ns 'T'4YP'L' X Q W Q-VZ P - A,.. 3 1.1124 5551225 - 1 Qs? A ., Q9 .N S 'i 71 .:.: .,,-- . - N - , Xwwfsl wx ,.... . , i ,qA: i ggi! Lf' I lv U lf Ni Q- , . N 1 X' R' . M isariwfn-steel, f JE . .xl ,A W 4 Mr..H.,,,evIi . .A m:m:ttt'v2 1 .i stir A f f , , .,. A ,. , M , Q 1 he . r i- ' sissy it . N 1 - 4' g wav-fr 5:g?f1,'NT"l.L ' 'ga X i f W 5 Q Mffffw- Nff"f02fP33.'N"ilfif 'X , X 'fg A 5 ' 3 4: 2 Lg:'Q:T,1R'f?2 4 wg sq i 'A X i S X . i . 3 . ,. ',:12:?,,...- W. ,....,.,..i.,...,,M. ,W ,.w, y ly ,A Q. , X 1 Nesxw-if-Q-+x .-Q. 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I XX own-ea, , and is so easily found the sweet-tasting good life way over yonder-that's where i'm bound A3 .sw Ma trailblazers pave way to FlRST ROW: Mark Dwyer, Tom Maiors, Gary Baxter, Coach Stegemollerr SECOND ROW: Dove Carle, Norm Brinksneader, Tim LaBrosse, Gregg Hammond, THIRD ROW: lim Musick, Tom Alwiue, Louis Salla, Tom Prather. FOURTH ROW: Jeff Davis, Gene Sable, Al Letterer, Ed Brown. fm -. .-' :ggi 55 3. fl N 1 L 206 .VA Q: N ' - - 1 f H f! 1 A .ff ll x,Mf4 ilk njcaa title The l97l season was the most success- ful ever for Vincennes University. The i4- meet schedule included six invitationals in addition to the Big-Little State and NJCAA Championships. Among the many victories, three im- pressive wins stand out123 points over 2nd place Taylor at the Taylor Invitational, 35 points over 2nd place Macomb in the Lo- raine Classic, and 46 points over the 2nd place team in the DuPage Invitational. The Troilblazers won their second Little State Championship in three years over defending champion Valpariso. In the NJCAA National Championships VU beat the Allegheny CCAC Team by ll points forthe second NJCAA title in three years. Coach William Stegemoller and all the members of the cross-country team de- serve to be congratulated for one of the most successful seasons VU has ever had. W, J-0, C gg if fi-,, S J.-HJ '-' 5.2 . ' , aw ...J ,M sh, N, 'K wily ' . S I 21.5 N . 1- ITA ,' ' y .M 1.,. M Gary Baxter passes an Allegheny runner. s 'Kiwis -I fg 1 'I Q.-fr ,fff f .1 '- Y y ,, , C J I, A .3,.. f . , - 1' 'vi ,IW - 51- 'Qf' A nk: uv - - fr: ' 'Y 'x ,ff 7 ,Ei X 75, ' fl' Tf 7 r , ' , H.. V., ix- . I-Q., I Lk, 2 r.. I 1 ,Q .,- 3K ' .Y ,fy 5 '- Q . I-. .rv I I 1 f .. ' -Q . mg f' "ff ' - tn v ' - f"- 1'-. fy-:.,i"'f',9'Qh f' -, 'Uk lk I f . A, - fr if 2, M ' I :Yu 'Q' In ff fn' ' l ws' Pfi t fy A 4, fist P-.2 ff W- ' ' - PM . ' .ff sw I ...' 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' ' vm, Md.. var, ' H- . , ,,, asv' ..v-Ak, - M f 4 ' ' 1 .- M M. 5 , Q .1 I V ' F "' Ne. . Q. f ' "- iw! Ipit! . 'X , nf .- ., 'ff' 3 . " - f 4 . 'W' 2If517,fw'5fN PI we 'QSJ , 0 has 5 ,H my ,Q I,.iV 5,. ,s.,, ws. 1 ' Tom Alwine prepares to make his move. If Runners pace themselves for the start of the NJCAA finals. VU-I5 Kentucky Wesleyan ........................ I tn' if: It as V.. Q.: Lt.. . Il., , l NW , 4 ' 'z 'J , 'A-uh. VU-3rd out of 7 teams, Owensboro Inv VU-I8 Butler ................................................. 46 VU-lst out ot 9 teams, VU Inv. VU-lst out ot I2 teams, Taylor Inv. VU-lst out ot I2 teams I Loraine Clos. VU-I5 Northwood ...................................... 50 VU-Ist out of IO teams VU-Ist out of I3 teams I I Jaguar Inv. DuPage Inv. VU-I8 Eastern Kentucky ............................. 42 VU-Ist out of I4 teams, VU-5th out of I8 teams, Little State Big State VU-21 Cumberland ........................... ..... 38 VU-20 Unrv. of Ill. ............... . VU-lst out ot 31 teams NJCAA Champ. 207 19 50 trailblazers finish another successful season Aliilflbk i I X1 all 3 1111! L...-E A1.jQfs'15a-In LA 935315 '5 5-n s 1 1? .25 n V N 1 J af- RESULTS Elizobethtovvn Ooklond-Orchord Ridge Moberly Minerol Areo Burlington Moberly Muskegon Southwestern Michigon Delto Genesee Robert Morris lPol Ohio Vollev Elizobethtown Edison Polrn Beoch Monotee St. Petersburg Chipolo Robert Morris lllll Elizobethtovvn Ohio Volley Minerol Areo Robert Morris lllll Burlington Robert Morris lPol 9 coach bradfield captures his 400th victory KNEELING1 Michael Patterson, Delbert Browder lStudent Managersl. FIRST RCW: Dennis Shidler, Dave Emonds, Tony Byers, Coach Allen Bradfield, Dave Woodall, Clarence Walker. SECOND RCW: Mike Darrett, l-larold Miles, Larry Declcer, As- sistant Coach Dan Sparks, Eartha Faust, lerry Bahrnan, Bill Butler. The l97lA72 season was one of the best in Trailblazer history. Coach Allen Brridfield deserves a great deal of credit rrnrl congratulations for leading the Trail- blazers to over 400 wins in his 20 years as hood boslcetball coach at VU. 210 Along with his impressive win record, Coach Bradfield has twice been selected as the NJCAA Coach ofthe Year. ln l9o5, he was honored by Coach and Athletic Magazine as its Coach ofthe Year, ln the past, Coach Bradheld has inspired the Trailblazers to win two National Cham- pionships, finished Sth, oth, and 9th nation- ally, won three Kentuckiana Conference titles in six years, and 38 various tourna- ment championships, The Trailblazers were fortunate to have two fine players, Clarence "Foots" Walker and Tony Byers, returning this season. Other outstanding starters this year were Bill Butler, Harold Miles, and Dennis Shidler. This year, for the first time, Coach Bradheld and the Trailblazers has a per- fect season, winning all twenty-five games, The previous record had been nineteen games during the l9o7-68 season. The Trailblazers are a team VU can be extremely proud of. We salute Coach BradfTeld and his team for a very success- ful season. national champs . . , 'iq "This is the greatest team I have ever had the privilege of coaching. It was a fantastic year, but it has to end and l am glad it ended this way." These are the words of Coach Allen Bradfield after his Trailblazers won the National Junior College Athletic Association Basketball Championship by defeating Ferrum Junior College of Virginia by the score of 73-61. This victory ended the Blazers' season with a final record of 33-O. lt was also the Blue and GoId's third NJCAA Championship and another"Coach of the Year Award" for Coach Bradfield. The Blazers' path to the NJCAA championship began when VU won over Erie Community College of Williams, New York, 107-83. The trail continued as Paducah Community College of Kentucky lost to the Trailblazers by 96-85, and Gulf Coast Community College of Panama City, Florida, lost by the score of 89-81. The entire Blazer team deserves the heartiest of congratulations for capturing their third NJCAA Cham- pionship, and for completing the most successful season in VU's history. Salam ffmwnaasg 'l . s mxtiomt 1 i LLECE ' ' i' snskstsnii v NT N ' svil Ajgqf' 5 y I ggi f r N i 1 .L A C Q HUTCHI SO S Sf SPORTS ARE A MARCH 14 18 1972 . . . we're no. 1 u Q, . t g ,sw 'W MHQN -Axmwm mqwfsws ss sw vsi' - --sfrr Q' 1 at ' s If M .,, . Q f N if 1 - -. w 'f ff' .fy xl 7-'Y f -NY ,, -1 It I Y. I 109 I' Nz W" ' .. " dl' , f sg Y-I ! N ,J X .A 5'-,Q -'? XS :Qian 3- . ' ' ' ' Y f,., - .fl , A , M ' -:iz ,Q 1', QM xg' L' s Q 2 fix.. Q V A M' v 4, yy f js J J -J jg 1 Q x K F S Y 6 X 1 .. 'K ff l 'ff x-- 9 W .s 5 ' , CQ.. 7 .4 1 3 gf' I - XX!!-,JI I ' Q Q! x aaa? A ww .1 , O Q . ,... f :. 4' . sr f f X ' 4 Al A 'si 3:23-. L Y- ,,: V 4 "' Q - ii 1 1 iw- 'Q f Q ,W . p,.., g it f XI , 1 .f .4 4-, ' . ' ' A 'flaw Q Q, ' 0 1 Q A , 3 N lil 'Y' , , In ,K A, .Q . 1 ' A' , U, . .sm ' I M 'lf A 'Vw' Q .. , f .. 2 rj :Jef : I . . - -liggf. rj F -rffirff A-fw-J ' 5 - V I -- , . y 3 , v ' X 'A fffnt . 5 Q li f 6? ki !. ,AAL 1 Enthusiastic students shout for victory. Coach Bradfield is once again hoisted to victo y Having advanced six times, the Blazers achieved their first undefeated season. The Blazers victoriously made their way to the National Junior College Athletic Association Championship with a record number of wins, 33-0. 1970 and 1965 were other years in which the Blazers were successfull in capturing the NJCAA title. The Blazers participated in the finals in 1967, 1968, and 1969 and placed fifth, sixth, and ninth, respec- tively. The 1972 Championship made the Blazers the second team to achieve a perfect won-lost record. Coach Allen Bradfield was named NJCAA Coach of the Year for 1972. This is the third time he has won this honor. Coach Bradfield was also named Coach of the Year in 1965 and 1970. The perfect won-lost record of the Blazers advanced Coach BradfieId's 20-year coaching career record to 421 victories and 133 defeats. Bill Butler, senior center, won the 1972 William B. French Most Valuable Player in the NJCAA. Butler and Dennis Shidler, senior guard, were named to the ten- man All-NJCAA Team. landmarks country BZBI' l i i l l l The final score! l l "Foots" Walker releases the ball for a sure two points. g Name, L g Total Points Average .Bill Btltleril . ..... I .97 T . 24.3 Tony Byers-. .- . . , . . .77 19.3 Clarence Walker-0 '... g .... 66 16.5 7 Dennis Shidler . A .... 57 7 ' 14.3 v Harold Miles .. . . . .45 11.3 'Jgfryfnqhatmi ..... .... 4 Q 4.0 1 Mikellaifrett ..... .... 6 . 3.0 ,iDaVeiEdmQnds . . . . . . .10 2.5 Dave Woodall . . . 2 2.0 Eartha Falistf. .... . . . . 0 0.0 meanwhile, back on campus Campus Security went into shock as hysteria broke loose on campus. A wave of wild excitement and rejoicing swept through VU as the news ofthe Blazers' final victory in Hutchinson reached students. All of the johns on campus gave up their toilet paper to the trees. Students came out of nowhere to participate in the celebration. The main activity was a caravan of honking cars on Park and Tecumseh Streets. Grounds keepers were kept busy the next couple of days cleaning the trees of toilet paper and the ground of empty beer cans. President Beckes, in his welcoming speech to the Trailblazers, commended the VU students on their behavior during the weekend. To celebrate our victory President Beckes declared lVlarch 29 "Trailblazer Day,"and unexpectedly announced that spring vacation would begin a day early. n 1 , rr -v -.--., . Q-----f .. A f ' --an-1...-gl. ' -A-A 31:1-1-q rf--f - "'?-'ln --1--.iupul-Q-Qty., W Q... ,,,, -.. -- n.-..-.-u-u-so puns-ug--r v-- -:- -- cL.,, .r--n- 'Q' "" lv--.Q-1,-.-.--..-Q- Students join in celebrating the Blazers' victory. 5744 . .5 A, - axtffigfyyj P'f 'rig aa- - 1 Dr Beckes Congratulates Coach Bradfield on his winning season Ns l' ' bf' -a-J li . r f !.f,,,,,,8 Campus chaos confuses campus cops. I thought that I would never see a toilet paper " covered tree Vincennes Raceway Park. Compliments of The 1972 LeRevoir Staff and The VU Public Relations Department uf C xx Jfier ond Walker owoit The oFfTciol's co -...Q - if i, Q,- lyipfs 4 Byers reaches high for Q rebound. P 'Ani 'N-.vi ..... .fm Dr, Beckes congrofulofes Coach BrodfWeId on has 400th victory Y' I GJ: Jodl BIQOS-F' WOVne, Ind Momco Edelson-Robunson, IHA Lcmo Slmpson-Evansville, Ind, the cheerleaders promote team spirit x xc Q X ,,, X f' rmmrx Mr! rw' Mfmvfwf' Cmfv, Und Veromco Volkmon-Lowrenfevulle, HI Terry Mason-Ooktown, III 212 Contributing to student spirit on the VU campus, the cheerleaders enthusiastically supported the Trailblazers during the bas- ketball season, Taking time from their busy academic and social lives, the cheer- leaders Traveled with the Trailblazers on raod trips to various colleges. Their advisor, Miss Linda Dale, lent her guidance throughout the year to the cheerleading squad, Miss Dale provided transportation tor the cheerleaders to games away from VU and vvorked as chaperone during these road trips. Tryouts tor cheerleaders are held in the tall. The qualities a cheerleader must pos- sess are spirit, leadership, cooperation, and physical titness, After the cheerlead- ers have been selected, practice is held every day until the season begins. Prace tice sessions are then held once a vveelc. This year tvvo more members were added to the cheerleading sauad, A total ot six cheerleaders novv create spirit among the students and support the Trail- blazers. One ot the VU cheerleaders, Jodi Bigos, is a stat? member ot the United States Cheerleader Association. She has been a staft member tor three years. The cheerleaders teel that the biggest compliment to them is student participa- tion in yells to support their team. K! trackmen await upcoming season aff, 'Eta-s 5- .4 pls if 'an I ul' If Q'-:l2'.:.-Juv g.. v' E?" Ha- -ch'-'3' '- ' ..f"::-V" -Z V F -4. k Q,-W,s-qs:-in .Ile -1-if :X , L6-:ry-Q Q, -1.11,-. ,, -V ... 3-W A '51-Q ,f ""-- P' ' 'Q---2 yy, .4 - ' ' '5 '.- mt.. . . ' 'F' " 1 " 0 Y. 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FOURTH ROW: Gene Sable, Billy Jack O'Connell, Darrell A, Spencer, Phil Avery, Tom Maiors, Torn Prather, Torn Alwine, Dick Ashburn, Jim Musick. l - ' -4. md X r A if T -. f-av-V . ,, "' ' ,QQWI Q f 115-f 1 ' ,4,.f.4lAz V V ,A "X 3 '-i fi... . , k ,. 1 Mx, , ,. 4, if-if 'M-'....., :jg .1-vi-df '2"a"" Vt""vq?6ww SPRING TRACK SCHEDULE February T8 March l March 25 March 28 April l April 7,8 April T9 April 2l ,QQ April 25 April 29 May 2 May 6 May 25,2627 Indoor Forrest Park, Parkland, Florissant Valley, Merirnac Indiana University lJ.V.l Purdue Invitational Outdoor Oakland City FIorissantValley lnv, Univ. ot Kent, Relays A Ind. State and Kentucky State Kansas Relays Taylor University VU Relays Big State Little State NJCCA A gctuffflyllliwxd' ls -f.:-AJ l W . , - "g p Spf- Q ,- - " .' 2. "1 1 if J WA' 'J 1 HM" Q li fsl . In . Yew , T 5,1 A 5- .. 'I . It ' W '1" 1. .."-x.'- 1' i ' H81 R 1 XJ 'M J X Sins' - V -if' il 43' 'Nr - Y ' -A 1 . 7 ....- Q- f . -- A ,- - - . 'ff' LEFT TO RIGHT: James lvl. Beach, John VV. Kerr, Hal Armstrong, Steve Hevvitt, Gary lvlankin, Jeljt VVarner, Mike Harris, Tom R. V. Gerard. golf team swings for a good season If 5 I, V. u J -HVCXM in X W 4 1 , oi -. ,- ,, P . x - A .. . vqfw' A ir P.-2f"' ,Qaplijvs ,, V .'-q,,R"l41-,fbFg'rf,, ' -:":"f':' -r "Qe9,ff,i'g,'j'a4 '-'livnv-L... V --f "0 - 1 . C . . .Q ,, , ' -- ,,....,.K-1 N-87,13-'-,wg A .. . R. N... . v , .:-,. QW 5- n .sw-sig, 2 ' ,, , s-anim Y: . ., ft- .,,,'x.- . ' F I 5. - 5 ,ia ff A 1, ,QV ..,.,- Q .. iz' -,., ,:.Jl 4.5,--g'l,w-1--11. 'Y' Jflvjfffq ,n- 216 f. -n 1 "' 'F .f'.'f-3:s.:1'r. ix -an A my? Nj-'.-fig N23 nw 3' -6 2' . ,-xywimqixwi VU 342 Lakeland JC. 319 341 Northwood JC, 328 330 Parkland J.C 289 Southeastern JC. 379 331 Henderson C.C. 350 Lincoln Trail JC. 366 ID Henderson CC. 274 32 Danville, lll. J.C. 302 Parkland J.C. 326 303 Mt. Carmel Ill, J.C. 327 322 Henderson, Ky. CC. 322 406 Wabash Valley JC. 440 In the Danville Junior College ln- vitational Golf Tournament, VU placed lOth out of 21 Junior Colleges. Season Record Wins Losses Ties 5 4 1 'S " 1 ' Ck " , .Q , ,. S , -W? "'i ' X in 8 1 I rf , ' ' 'f-:::.-.iw I " hw w mu.y,w4 t WJ M X nM,4....,, Gary Gerard gefs into The swing of Things tennis team shoots for another good season I-I - . 2 er , ,... 12: ' Q 3. J ' m 4 ,. Q Q 6 ft H .. Q If.: w it HTH 'I 'uno--w-1 .gdki i'lQo - D. 9--w-w-Q , o4oq9-gag'-5 vw-'n0+fQ+, Q Q ' Q 5 A 9 u f ' Q 5 6- ..,P,,Q. - -fs V+ '+g- 1 1. .-+4 v4 0 4 04-- +.,,,. 54 X WW' Q '-4 4'-4 R1 55,4-5.4 P-4-f4-qw L-, +.4.... A-.4..+. 5 Q 'flvn tflqg MEMBERS Porruck Mmdermon, coach, Neal Best, Ben Brndvvell, Bob Dorveo, Steve Welsh Nor plcrured Russ Hughes, Duane Smnth W ew ' V w b 5-hw nn., 'ft gf-.,3' 4 - MM' my fr 4.7, 'DJ 12 218 'NM in .,,Eei?:' A2 , . - M, J'.' X ,JW ,.: , -,x TH- 'jxfxlg f 1 . ' at -V , ,AQ 'W we W Xi. N-Mlikaevgl 'dm -ix. ,. fly '- "-Exe sk "HQ" Ywc dvi., . -A e.',.1 nv'--V 6- 'T - if ,,'!' N' t -f.,.'g:5-K -41.5. ..., . 2 lx S Foll, l97l Results Record: 2-O October I6 V.U. 7 Southeostern J.C. l October 20 V.U. 4 St. lvleinrod College O Tennis Schedule Spring, l972 April 4 Wobosh College JV. There ll University ol Evonsville There l5 Lokelond J.C. l-lere 20 Quodrongulor Meet lV,U., Koskoskio J.C., Lokelond J.C., Lincoln Lond JC.l Mottoon, lll. 22 St. Meinrod College There 26 Lincoln Trolls J.C. Here 27 Kentucky Wesleyon There Moy 4 St. Meinrod College Here 6 Ooklond City College l-lere JO Oolcloncl City College There l2 Lincoln Troils J.C. There Cooch Mindermon shouts instructions to players. Proctice makes perfect. 219 pins fall for the keglers 2 A . - l J is ,i 2 l i I l l 4 l l nl l FIRST ROW: Wes Brown, John Wochodlo, Lee Bre- Rich RohloFl, SECOND ROW: Bill Aiken, Tom Lewis, Russell, l0Q9, DGVWS Thomnwn, DOF' CUSOH, Kelfll Dolrvlole, Jefl Budd, Chuck Siemle, Mike lnnis, Bryon Terell, Jim Mens Teom VU-5076 Weslern Illinois 5333 , fl VU-4930 Burlington lovvo 4654 VU-2445 Monmoulh 2273 , VU-4ol7 Brodley 5l29 VU-5063 Lincoln 463l VU-5086 lfoslern Illinois 5389 VU-5249 lndiono Stole 4830 VU-4724 Indiono 522i VU-4845 lndiono 5432 VU-482i l-lonover 4ol7 VU-5l6l Indiono Sloie 4987 VU-2477 Honover 2263 miami.-Q.. .i,...f 220 f A., Debi Pinkstofll, Bonnie Cuson, Ruth Hoke, Becky Wil- son, Mory Welch, Noncv Secoulos, VU-2870 VU-2104 VU-2045 VU-2038 VU-2093 VU-2185 VU-2389 VU-2151 VU-2061 VU-279 Womens Teom Western Illinois Burlington lowo Monmouth Brodley Lincoln Eostern Illinois lndiono Stole lncliono lndiono l-lonover 3247 2129 1651 2328 2023 2487 2198 2230 2148 2375 -,..W l 1 f 4 , in, :f u ' X tf 'O 1 ,- ,i ,. W g? qfgwm ,f-sf AN i ,iff 221 girls play traditional vu basketball ,133 3 15 1? 1445, is 25 'hw Q4 FIRST ROW' Carolyn Pieper, Susan Smith, Joan l-lamilton, Pennie Ainsworth, Leslie Palmer SECOND ROW: Sue Hovermale, Debbie Fosnight, Lynn Pamoalone, Eileen Johnson, Terri Platt, Carolee Villaoiano, Sandra Beck, Kathy l-lundley THIRD ROW Pat Fleek, assistant coach, Andrea Meyer, coach 222 155 35 F7 1? :saw .fr V: .. ., , . ,. 2. 'vUs5 ,- N. ...- qs - l97l-72 Schedule VU-55 VU-47 VU-40 VU-46 VU-46 VU-40 VU-23 VU-42 VU-40 VU-37 VU-15 4 f 1 1 I As -4 Zi? , e , 1 3 I , pw-Q .+- Y 1- ,nj .iydi , i KJ 54 me X f 4 Q, "Wifi 1 212,554 1 f z Oakland City Evansville Evansville Oakland City Indiana State Marian Eastern, Ill. Ind. Central Anderson lnd. Central Indiana .WL di? Nqxsgy , X52 ' , Q KN ,,,. ,. 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V MK -L 4 Plove p gev open for poss 1' ,. 33.1.-29":'1,:4L,Ef:b , b f 226 Free Throw Basketball lniernaiional Club Nets Sigma Phi Epsilon Lambda Chi Phi Delis Table Tennis Singles Murphy Raiders Felix M. Giflord The "Basement" Phi Delia Sigma Clark Hall Table Tennis Doubles Murphy Raiders Harrison lsi 2nd 3rd 41h 51h lsi 2nd 3rd 4th 51h lsr 2nd Defensive player attempts To block shot, W x MN Sul , six Q 0 ix l sf 5,6 ,f 1 kx .v W -x Qs 92 .mwwf J Guards pass the ball down court. , X' 'lr' 4 l 1' 'PA--. iraq:- ynqpcasr' My-0 ,,,.- Of- W .'.,,fJ-""5 "-" , , ,,. . .,.-fi-.- M .. Q-M ,u,,,,..., ..f Ag: ,,- --s-. , humanities building is the newest campus addition The new, long planned, l-lumanities Building was tinallv com- pleted in the Spring ot T972 Construction ot the Sl .5 million proiect was begun on Sept, 9, l97l, but due to problems ot weather and lack of space to work with ln the Fall semester, l97l, opening date was not met The two-storv, 67,700 sauare-toot structure will contain lla little something for everyone" in the Humanities Division, New class- rooms and an audio-tutorial room will be provided tor the English Department, For the Art Department, there are two large work rooms and a studio room complete with an adiacent darkroom There are regular chorus and band rooms equipped with recording eauipment to capture the music of students. There are also storage rooms lor band instruments and private practice rooms For the Drama and Theatre Departments, there is a 330 seat auditorium with a workable stage, Also included in the theatre center are modern dressing rooms and a new organ. The lnlumanties Division, along with other campus divisions, will greatlv benefit from the highlv improved facilities otte-red bv this building It is detinitelv a giant step toward a more organized svs- tem ol education on the VU campus. 228 Q. Y -P- X5 . - .f l,yl'27 'lilll " Tiled, 5 iii f it 5, it 'ilgii i lf iii Tc lf Wg till ll T T lrlllit lllll ly """ sz , ' Lil' .V -in-ill' i i . T ni- ' P s l Ti llt ' il' ,.f2'Q 4l':" L ., M f ,.,..lilL., x , .ri-r. ,I l .s " . - l' if l ' fr ,. D' - L1 l, V iillullllliill li iil'illlll'f, i f ntiiiiiiiiiiiiiasiii.lint ls, ' , A iiili lilillirdllll ill liflliilulll ,lg il liiLll.llldf.i lillll ill 'li u g i I 9 ,ltr fildlil X I lliilliil 'm9'.. llllllj' Q, 5LffQf5':': The main entrance has a duel stairway A4 ,. 1-nv Lois of sforoge spoce is visible in the ort work shops H E X., Nyhxxwsm The new bond room ended the cramped condmons In the old oudrforrum The not-quite " kin ' ' ' if QQ: u ff gn! 1 ? 1 'Q R2 V ,W g'gS.AWVg W H W A i .. ' -- u " 'K' K U x ,.,, ,""' - N 1'-f Q ' . ,,,, -"gif K When compleved, the ouduo-tutorrol ce-mer wall help students studv- completed auditorium will sect 330 people. , v: -- H- , , 5 " , e , , x. A ,z.,5.,., . zffk Q. Zn? ,. 4, , , . wf,.ff'fr'mPev2 1fwf.5wVX"' ffffif' f B' N . ,. ,1.,, 1 nv Q Q1 f M , " ge ss o rQ-r Q ' x .. xx 41 r 5 Y 1 ,JWAQWI Q 'WHS' 3 Nw ? Q Si rs 2 4 , , , .r.... 1- A r r numns K , .., , . 3 k,,,,,-,.w.... - W sg R. je Z, 2 ' Qxmz 4: 52 . 1 fs ' Z 2 wa F m...? Y My , ,.+.jx. A. ,j 1, , is wi I 1 1- ' ' 4 s,,W. ,,,. .- V M. www-,W N is ' ' Q ,X 1 bf ' "fi" fm! ig' ., Q 'K Q ' Q, ! di A ' - ,..Q,,.4 ...,.,,r., V5.9-. . gm A f J' SQ ,f-.,-'z wt, ' Q, NT 1 , U u f-fe -W-------.. An- . 229 'X R ,Y x it V it G 1 0 ,f-rv' 1:29- ,X it f i l Q' 1' l sentiolly one three-story-building compus in downtown Vincennesl to l972 l3,000 students, 200 toculty members, ond o sprowling spreod of reol estote on Vincennes' northsidel Through oll thot development, ond the chonges which it ond the yeors hove brought, the senior member ot the toculty, os elegont in oppeoronce os she is ever grocious in beoring, is steodlost in her insistence on the high stondords ot conduct ond conscience which she believes the University hos imported to its students ond which she believes os strongly it must continue to consider one ot its moin missions. Through oll thot development, moreover, Miss Corter hos been on up-front force for those visions ond lobors which she hos identi- Hed os VU's porticulor destinctionsi concern for the individuol, community service, lomily like wormth, on octive toith in the future, ond o vitol interest in monkind, Miss Corter hos been o teocher in English, ort, ond elementory ond secondory educotion progroms, Deon ol Women ll947-54 ond l9o5-o8l ond Deon ot Students ll95-41'o5l, ond took up her duties tor the Presidents office in l9o8. She wos o lounder ol Alpho Theto Chi, VU sociol sorority ond is ci former odviser to "ReVoo", VU yeorbook predecessor to LeRe- voir, to The Troilblozer, VU student newspoper, ond to the Student Sf?llOlG, She holds degrees from Southern Methodist University lA.B,, lfilifll ond from lndiono University lM.S., l951ll ond hos eorned credits from lour odditionol colleges. leRevoir solutes this dutiful lody lor her distinguished contribu- tions to VU during 25 yeors, Cornelia Crirtor deserves the sotisfoction ol such on onniver- sury. She deserves the porsonol rewords ol persistent eftort come lo silverf-fill sterling 230 a tribute to miss Cornelia carter "l-lere is where her heort is-ond hos been-tor 25 yeors. She is on olumno-o 'doughter by devotion'-ot lndiono's oldest institution ot higher leorning ond its only comprehensive iunior college." A Vincennes University groduote who hos returned to teoch here wos speoking, not long ogo, ot BARBARA CORNEUA CAR- TER who observed, in l972, 25 yeors os o teocher ond odministro- tor ot the University. Surveying "her VU" from her position now os on ossistont to the President, Miss Corter reflects on the lively yeors here-o period ol groundbreolcing ond growth-in which the University hos moved remorkobly tor from l947 U85 students, ll toculty members, on es- , Q 4i.Yv..--.-.um V., -. aww- -- ""' -. . Q - . .I fl", . , ' ,Ji , 5 ,'X'if'HQ" ' . Q 4 's " 4 'U -L The VU campus between l878 to l952 The following quoToTion from Miss CorTer expresses some oT The voried ThoughTs on The evenTs oT her posT TwenTy-five veors oT Vincennes: TwenTy-Tive veors oT Vincennes UniversiTv-iT hos meonT monv Things ond The ThoughT of Those veors provokes monv memories . . . Teoching The veTerons of World VVor Il in The loTe 40's wiTh Their eornesT ond sincere desire Tor on educoTion . . . being on The old compus with The consTonT vision ol The new compus To come . . .moving The old Vincennes UniversiTv To The l-lorrison Pork oreo wiTh iTs new spociousness . . . knowing The closely-nneshed ToculTv ond sTudenT reloTionships of oTher dovs . . .seeing The building exponsion ond The Teeling of grofefulness for The leodership ond dedicoTion of our Boord . . .shoring The dreoms ond problems oT The counTless fine voung persons iT hos been my deIighT To know . . . knowing The soTisTocTion of seeing our own sTudenTs reTurn To ioin The ToculTv . . . . . . being Thonklul Tor The leodership oT our PresidenT ond hoving The privilege of working under his direcTion Toword This rebirTh of This hisToric insTiTUTion . . . how ropidlv These veors hove possedl N' ,aww lm: WW T if T The VU compus in Horrison Pork. inf ' We W 'I' V ,""'S. " .. J, 3 r I x " a . , JM! , P -1 A2 i Q4 'Z 25 4 4"r" af ix 1' 4 Av :uw-. 'W - Ayn- K I E 3, , 5 lm.- dwuse fl,-b.':,N f, .if JJ' 232 MALT ZIQUOR . A ll Q... 1 1 M'AlT LIQUOR NAI NA Bum va... SHG Q Q 51 JL lil 'llf llQl UR ,...'?Z Y .1- M we 'ffisi 1 W if wr .1 ru ' 'Qi' V-f - , . gig R I' s N Cl svisf, 4 fails' .1 ' M . My my av ,ww W Q, I X iivtn-4 xfivfi'-gf' in -in 2 general index administration 115, 116, 117 administration index 234 agricultural club 100 alpha theta chi 66, 67 architectural 8. industrial draftsmen 64 art club 64 auto mechanics 62 bachelor of the year dance 58 basketball 208, 211 beta phi gamma 78 beta xi 68, 69 black student union 81 blazerettes 100 bowling 20, 221 cheerleaders 212, 213 chili supper 33 chorus 89 christian science informal 80 christmas formal 54, 55 christmas time 52, 53 clark hall 96 closing page 247 collegiate 4h 80 community series: Robert Inglis 43 concert band 86 cross country 206, 207 dad's weekend 38 data processing club 90 Dean Gegenheimer 114 Dean Hill 114 Dean Klinker 113 distributive education clubs of america 85 Dr. Beckes 110, 111 Dr. Bottenf1eld 112 editor's page 246 emison hall 99 faculty 118-132 faculty index 235 fall divider 30, 31 fall variety show 39, 40 flying blazers 101 administration index Abendroth, Walter 115 Arterburn, Loretta 115 Bailey, Wanita 115 Baker, Margaret 115 Baril, Lynn 115 Bates, Frederick 115 Beckes, lsaac K. 24, 25, 5 Beckes, Kelly 115 Bottenf1eld, Jack 112 Browning, Dorothy 115 Carter, Cornelia 113, 230 DeBoer, Barbara 115 Fanning, lawrence 115 Fanton, Vivian 115 2, 54,110,1 freshmen 166-203 freshman class ofhcers 165 gamma tau 84 general index 234 girl's basketball 222-223 golf 216-217 graduation 28, 29 graduation in ianuary 56 greek weekend 32 harrison hall 98 home economics 84 homecoming 44-47 honors day 26 humanties building 228, 229 indiana state education association 65 inter-fraternal council 95 international students 103 intramural basketball 226, 227 intramural football 224, 225 kappa alpha psi 83 karate club 90 lambda chi 70, 71 le revoir 106, 107 littlest 5fD 12-15 machine trades 102 Miss Cornelia Carter 113, 230, 231 miss VU 21 miss VU pagent 20 mam's weekend 16 morris hall 97 motivators 63 Mr. Summers 114 Mr. Violante 114 mu alpha theta 78 omega epsilon alpha 91 omega psi phi 82 opening 2-9 organization divider 60, 61 pep band 88 personalities: Kris 8. Dale 22 John Denver 22 Ralph Nader 23 Birch Bayh 57 Gegenheimer, Jerry 94, 114 Heller, William K, 115 Hill, J. Howard 114 Hyatt, Robert 116 Joice, Carl 116 Klinker, J, Edward 56, 113 lane, Ted 116 McQuaid, Marie 116 May, Ron 116 Minderman, Patrick 116 Niehaus, Frederick 116 Orr, Rollie 53, 116 Phillippe, David 116 Otis Bowen 57 Mrs. Mattie Coney 42 Matthew E. Welsh 42 James Eldridge 43 personalities divider 108, 109 phi delta sigma 76, 77 phi theta kappa 79 practical nursing 91 printing club 65 professional pilots association 102 regatta 36, 37 roaring twenties 89 senior class oPi1cers 133 senior day 27 seniors 134-164 sigma phi epsilon 72, 73 sigma pi 74, 75 spring divider 10, 11 spring spring sports formal 24, 25 variety show 17-19 divider 204-205 stage band 87 student activities board 94 student advisory board 95 Student index 236-245 student senate 92, 93 sweetheart dance 59 tennis 218, 219 theatre club 101 title page 1 track 214, 215 trailblazer 104, 105 united christian campus fellowship 63 vice-presidents council 94 VU musical theatre, "A Funny Thing Happened onthe Way to the Forum" 50, 51 VU theatre: "You Can't Take It With You" 35, 36 winter divider 48, 49 young democrates 62 Robb, Rollin 16 Schormann, Randall 116 Schultheis, August 116 Smith, Ralph 117 Spence, Bill 117 Stevens, Robert "Gus" 117 Summers, Phillip M, 114 Summitt, Gazella 117 Summitt, Paul 117 Violante, Stephen 114 Voran, Bruce E. 117 Waggoner, Forrest 117 Weaver, Tim 117 Webb, Miriam 117 Wehrman, Marvin 117 Weidner, Carl 117 VVhite, Virginia 117 Albright, Preston 118 Archombeoult, Betty 118 Boiley, Dorothy 118 Bollord, Ruth 72, 73 Bordole, Joy 118 Bothe, Gene 118 Boxendcile, Borrett 65, 118 Beoch, Joe 118 Beoll, Chorles J. 88, 118 Beeson, Robert L. 118 Berry, Mortho 118 Bombord, Kendoll 118 Boyle, Suson 119 Brodtield, Allen L. 119, 210 Brodley, Don B. 85, 119 Goodmon, Gordon 123 Grohom, Steven R. 75, 123 Gunn, Lorenzo 123 faculty index Breimeier, LeRoy 119 Brenton, Vero 1 19 Brion, Jomes 119 Bryont, Bettie 119 Bullerdick, Lelo Koy 119 Cogle, Robert 119 Collohon, Jomes 120 Corter, Ruth 80 Cott, Neol E. 120 Chiles, Ernest 120 Cook, Jomes T. 120 Doiley, Jomes M. 120 Dole, Lindo 26, 120 Doy, Richord 1, 107, 120 DeCosted, Noncy 120 Deem, Coroll 84, 120 Deem, Cyrus A. 120 Dempsey, Gory 86, 87, 120 Dempsey, Shoron 120 Dhonou, Curtis A. 121 Dodson, Deboro 79, 121 Dodson, Jomes 121 Dollohon, June 65, 121 Dowden, Dole 121 Downey, Tony 84, 121 Durbin, Deonno 121 Eovy, Richord D. 121 Edwords Koren 91, 122 Edwords, Lorry 122 Edwords, Lorry 122 Edwords, Louro 122 Edwords, Ronold L. 122 Ertel, Richcird 88, 122 Fonning, Judy 122 Forrell, Ernestine 122 Fitzgerold, Thomos F. 122 Fleck, Pot 22 Ford, Roger 65, 122 Frozier, Dovid 122 Friesen, Jocob 122 Golligon, Williom 122 Gines, Koren 123 Godcire, Jone 123 Godore, Lee 123 l-lomilton, Donold 123 Horris, Dovid 123 Horton, Bessie 123 l-leim, Mory Terese 124 l-lenry, Edmond 124, 214 l-lotthous, Roy 124 Hollingsworth, Wolter M. 124 l-lortin, Arthur 124 l-lostetler, Kenneth 124 Hostetler, Sondro 124 l-lostrowser, Tim 124 l-louchins, Vernon 124, 216 l-luxley, Jettrey 124, 216 lngrom, John 65, 214 Johnson, Ben 124, 214 Johnson, Betty 125 Judkins, Joseph A. 125 Keusch, Dovid J. 125 King, Rosemory 125 King, Williom D. 125 Kleine, Richord 125 Kleine, Virginio 125 Klinker, l-lorriette 125 Lond, Moriorie 125 Lowlis, Chelseo L. 126 Lehrnon, Lorry 62 Loomis, Amy G. 126 Lutz, Bernord 126 Lyons, Robert E. 126 McCroney, Terry D. 103, 126 McGlone, Forrest 126 Moddock, Jocqueline 126 Morquez, Donold 126 Moy, Edith 126 Moy, Ron 97 Meier, Victor L. 126 Messmer, Jomes A. 126 Meyer, Dovid 126 Miller, Mdriorie 127 Miller, Morcio Koy 127 Miller, Virginici 127 Milligon, John 127 Mindermori, Potrick 218 Moore, Orville 127 Myers, Andreo 86, 127, 222 Myers, Coroline 127 Newton, Phyllis 127 Neilsen, Arthur L. 127 Nowling, Jock L. 127 Orr, Robert 128 Ostendort, John 128 Polmer, Fern 128 Peterson, Lloyd 128 Petts, Moe 128 PtoFl, Corol 128 Pierpont, Phillip 128 Pointer, Richord 64, 128 Prince, Jomes F. 128 Roley, Joseph E. 128 Redmond, Gorey 128 Reinhort, Suson 128 ' Ricks, Robert 129 Ridgwoy, George 129 Riegle, Doryle 129 Risch, Stello 129 Ritterskomp, Lois l-l. 129 Roller, Ernest 129 Rychener, Lyndo 129 Sconlin, Ellen 129 Schemeling, John P. 130 Schroeder, Fronklyn 130 Schultheis, Robert 130 Shoppord, Dennis 130 Shepord, Lloyd 130 Shepherd, Gory 130 Simon, Moriorie 130 Simonds, Stephen 130 Smith, Gerold 130 Sporkmcin, Seth A. 130 Sporks, Doniel E. 130, 210 Stegemoller, Williom 130, 20 Stewort, Jomes D. 131 Summers, Potricio 131 Szymonczyk, Edword A. 131 Tolley, C. Bliss 131 Templeton, Rcilph D. 131 Tilley, John 131 Tomey, Noncy J. 131 Volois, Richord T. 131 Vc1nMeter, Mory 64, 131 Wolden, Leno 131 Wolker, Fred 78, 104, 131 Wolker, John 131 Wotts, l-lorry 132 Wecxver, Som 80 Webb, Sterling K. 132 Wetmore, Steven Boyne 132 Wholey, Corol 132 Whitkonock, Ken 132 Willioms, Absolom 132 Wilson, Jomes 132 Wilson, Woyne 132 Young, Noncy 132 Zeiss, Pciul Anthony 132 6,2 student index Abbate, Paul 63 Ach, Mark R. 134 Acton, Dan 72 Adams, Daniel J. 1666 Adams, Terry J. 64, 97, 134 Adams, Michael 63 Adkins, John 65, 134 Ayers, Brenda S. 167 Babrick, Fred 65, 167 Badger, Gary W. 167 Bailey, Ezackery 167 Bain, Lindsey 65, 78, 94, 106, 135 Baker, Pamela 83, 167 Beren, Charles 168 Berg, Paul W. 136 Bernardi, Candy 73 Berry, Robert L. 136 Best, Neil D. 168, 218 Beverly, Tyrone G. 136 Bevers, Richard 79 Bey, Genevieve E. 168 Gibbs, Howard 81 Bickel, Donald K. 70, 136 Agler, Tom 70, 92, 134 Agnelneri, Anthony 166 Agnew, Paula E. 134 Aiken, William W. 134 Ainsworth, Pennie 68, 73, 134 Albertson, John E. 134 Albin, Don 90, 166 Albregts, Thomas A. 166 Albright, Maury C. 166 Alexander, Chris 81, 82 Alexander, Dean 134 Alexander, Jerry J. 166 Alexander, Jody 27 Alexander, Michael A. 166 Alexander, Thomas J. 134 Allee, Kirk W. 63, 134 Allen, Gail P. 134 Allen, Richard M. 64, 134 Alstott, Robin D. 75, 86, 166 Alt, William R. 72, 166 Baynes, Jack 135 Altholfi, Sherri 80, 100 Altholsf, Mary A. 166 Alwine, Tom 63, 166, 206, 214 Ames, George E. 72, 166 Anderson, Jim 63, 70, 166 Anderson, Kerry 88, 134 Anderson, Mary Lou 91 Anderson, Ralph 166 Andrick, Gene 64 Anleitner, Susan 63, 70, 166 Anson, Debbie 77, 134 Applegate, Carol A. 134 Applegate, Mary L. 166 Archer, Teresa R. 166 Ardapple, Jessie 73 Arendt, James R. 64, 134 Armfield, Steve L. 100, 134 Armstrong, l-lal 216 Armstrong, George G. 166 Arnett, Debbie G. 166 Arnett, Madeline J. 134 Arnold, Larry D. 166 Arthur, Phil 90 Arvin, Cindy 167 Ashburn, Richard J. 167, 214 Atchley, Dennis 135 Atkinson, Jeanne 26, 63, 79, 99, 135 Attaway, Nancy S. 63, 103, 135 Atwood, Sherry 86, 92, 135 Auman, Marilyn 63, 75, 166 Aumend, Steven L. 167 Avery, Marcia E. 83, 95, 100 Avery, Phil 214 236 Baker, David R. 135 Baker, Suzanne 26 Baldwin, Liz 77, 167 Baldwin, John F. 64, 135 Bale, Stanley R. 167 Ball, Carolyn 135 Banta, Lynn 99, 135 Barber, Dan 102 Barber, Donald D. 135 Barekman, Mary 65, 86, 167 Barnard, Julia B. 167 Barks, Elvin 85 Barnes, Dawn 88, 94, 99, 135 Barrett, Warn L. 167 Barrett, Margaret A. 135 Bartley, Doug 90 Bashore, Terri K. 167 Bathe, Gene 103 Bathe, Rick 50, 70, 98, 135 Bartz, Tim 94, 135 Batler, Mariorie L. 167 Bauchat, Richard l-l. 135 Dawson, Jim 72 Baumgart, Colieta 75, 167 Baumgartner, David W. 167 Baxter, Gary L. 64, 135, 206, Baxter, Patricia 85 Bozik, Dave 85 Bea, Paul S. 167 Beard, Mark S. 135 Beach, Jamie 70, 135, 216 Beard, Cheryl 63 Beard, Dennis 72 Bearden, Adam 81, 168 Bearden, Robin A. 168 Beasley, Lawrence G. 135 Beaty, Terry 70, 71, 94 Beaucamp, Stephanie 136 Bechtel, Robin 214 Beck, Robert T. 168 Beck, Sandra 63, 66, 168 Beckman, Bernice A. 168 Beckner, Sheila 82 Bedwell, Leslie A, 168 Beem, Linda 73, 168 Beerbower, Scott W. 168 Behme, Clem 74 Bell, Greg 72 . Beneft, John A. 168 Benitez, Jorge 88, 103 Beniamin, Barbara 136 Bentley, Bill 74 207, 214 Bicker, Bryan E. 136 Biddings, LaVon 82, 136 Biegel, Karen 66, 168 Biegel, Bobbie 66, 70, 136 Bigham, Connie S. 136 Bigos, Jodi 26, 44, 46, 86, 92, 93, 95 Billiard, Joanna 70 Birkley, Keith 76, 168 Bishop, Jeffrey 81 Bishop, Bishop, Bissey, Black, Black, Blake, Blake Bland, f Robert K. 169 Stephen L. 136 Paul 64 Barb 63 Bruce 84, 97 Sonia 81, 82 Elizabeth A. 77, 169 Juanita 83 Blankenship, Dan 70 Blann, Allen J. 169 Blaugher, Mike 86, 136 Bliss, Melanie 24 Blocksom, Bruce W. 86, 169 Bluebaum, Norman E. 136 Blume, John C. 136 Boals, Jane 17 Boat, Pat 77 Bodart, Larry E. 79, 136 Bohman, Jerry 210 Bolden, Edward L. 162 Boley, Devona L. 169 Boltz, Debbie 86, 103, 136 Booth, Sharon 91, 169 Bottema, Chris 66, 80, 94, 136 Bowden, Jon 63, 169 Bowens, Donald 83 Bowman, Allen 85 Bowman, Carol 24 Boyd, Marvin E. 169 Bozik, David C. 169 Branaman, Russell 50, 70, 136 Branson, Bill 103 Brattain, Marshall 136 Braun, Katherine A. 169 Braun, Richard H. 102, 169 Bray, Mike 72 Bredeweg, Elizabeth 91, 169 Brehm, Marylynn 63 Brewer, Boyd C. 169 Bridwell, Ben 216 Briggs, Robert 83, 137, 214 Brigham, Dwight 81, 83, 95, 96, 137 Brink, Julia 26, 137 Brinkerhoft, Steve 86, 137 Brinksneader, Norm 206, 214 Brittain, Daniel L. 169 Broach, Dave 90 Brocksmith, Kathy A. 137 Broglin, Chris 70, 71, 137 Bronson, June E. 169 Brook, Neil 86, 106, 137 Brookbank, David 85, 169 Brooks, Dwight 70, 169 Cameron, Robert A. 96, 170 Campbell, Kevin J. 138 Campbell Larry D. 65, 72, 74, 8 Campbell Larry L. 171 Campbell Trudy K. 138 Camperman, John M. 138 Carbaugh, William l-l. 171 Carey, Bruce W. 138 Cargill, Lynda S. 86, 94, 138 0, Brooks, Michael D. 169, Brooner, Debra G. 169 Browder, Delbert 170, 210 Browder , Eugene 63 Browder, Mary 81, 170 Browder, Michael 81, 96 Brown, Barton W. 170 Brown, Bill 86 Brown, Damona K. 170 Brown, Dave 62, 102 Brown, Ed 206, 214 Brown, Mike 72 Brown, Rick 85, 170 Brown, Shirley 83 Brown, Susan J. 170 Brown, Terry 70 Brown, Walter 90, 94 Bruner, David W. 100, 170 Bryant 1 Peggy 63, 86, 170 Budd, Jeflrey L. 170 Budreau, Alvin F. 64, 137 Bullerman, Dick 70 Bundy, Philip W. 64, 137 Bunting, Fred C. 137 Burch, Gary R. 170 Burch, Max 85 Burcham, Lea 84, 170 Burk, Louise 26, 27 Burks, Johnie Lee 83, 137 Burnett, Michael A. 170 Burp, Bill 70, 92 Burris, George R. 137 Burris, James T. 63, 170 Burton, Brent l-l. 137 Butler, Bill 210 Butler, Henry 81, 137 Butler, Yvonne 82, 99, 138 Buttrum, Darlene 79, 106, 138 Byerly, Daniel L. 102, 170 Byers, Phyllis A. 138 Byers, Robin 65, 86, 170 Byers, Tony 210 Byrd, Edna Earl 80, 82, 88, 170 Byrd, Richard 76, 170 Byrd, Ron 81, 82, 94, 138 Byrnes, Bob 92, 138 Byrnes, Michael D. 79 Cage, Doug 96 Caldwell, Gary 138 Caldwell, Joe 74 Callahan, Brent L. 64, 74, 84, 92, 170 Callahan, Donald 62 Calloway, Sandra K. 82, 92, 170 Carie, David M. 171, 206, 214 Carle, Marcia L. 66, 138 Carlson, Robert L. 74, 138 Carnahan, Dennis D. 171 Carpenter, Kim 85 Carpenter, Terry E. 171 Carrigan, David J. 171 Carter, Cathy S. 138 Carter, Lavina 80, 84, 171 Carter, Patrick D. 138 Casey, Connie 66 Cassidy, Gary L. 90, 138 Cassin, Daniel T. 138 Castrale, Dave M. 171 Cavanaugh, Deborah L. 171 Cavanaugh, Kevin 76, 95, 171 Cavanaugh, Patrick 138 Cazel, Bruce E. 139 Cecil, Cynthia K. 26, 63, 70, 139 Chambers, David C. 139 Champion, Carla 75 Champion, Mike 58, 95, 171 Chan, Arthur Shu Kong 103 Chan, Wattie Wah-Chu 103 Chapin, Thomas G. 171 Chaput, James J. 139 Chase, Alan P. 64 Chattleld, Marilyn 77, 171 Cherry William 85 Chestnut, Joseph W. 58, 70, 139 Cheung, Alice 103 Cheung, Peter Pak-Chee 103 Christy, Lisa M. 172 Churchill, Phil 214 Cider, David 173 Cimprich, Joseph P. 172 Cissell, Mary t. 172 Clancy, Karyl 91, 172 Clark, Charles T. 81, 139 Clark, Clif? 100, 172 Clark, Ernest l-l. 80 Clarkson, Terry E. 139 Clawson, Jami L. 172 Clay, Robert J. 139 Claycomb, Donald E. 139 Clem, Neal 86 Clements, James 64 Clements, Mary Alice 91, 172 Clements, Mary Kaye 66, 172 Clendenin, Dean 76, 139 Clitllorn, Jane M. 172 171 Clinkenbeard, Donna 65, 80, 94, 172 Clinton, Linda 63, 139 Clover, Rob 70 student Cobb, Ronald 83, 94 Cochran, Charlie 63 Cockerham, Bob 74 Coflman, Mike 102 Cogdill, Barbara J, 139 Cogmer, Blaine A. 139 Cohen, Alan 80, 139 Cole, Steven K. 64, 139 Collier, William l-l. 95, 172 Collins, Joyce A. 65, 66,, 139 Collison, Marsha 63 Comer, Mark A. 172 Compani, Behtcic 103 Conger, Alice J. 86, 139 Connolly, Gregory R, 90, 139 Cook, Dan 70 Cook, Debbie 84 Cook, Donna 85 Cook, Jim 63 Cook, Mary 78 Cook, Ruth A. 172 Cooksey, Cindy J. 172 Coons, Sherri J. 16, 20, 26, 10 Cooprider, Wanda L. 86, 172 Corbin, Linda S. 139 Cornwell, Jack R. 91, 172 Cosby, Eugene 63 Costner, William A. 172 Couch, Brenda K. 80, 172 Coulter, Claudia 66 Courtney, Lizabeth A. 172 Cowden, Rodney J. 70, 140 Cox, Gary A. 74, 172 Cox, Jackie A. 140 Crane, Allan 85 Crane, Ernest L. 62, 70, 140 Crane, Randall 63 Crawtord, Barbara A. 91, 140 Crawford, Tim 82 Creech, Ted 63, 58, 72 Crider, Dave 102, 173 Crim, Baster 86 Cripe, Mike 98, 140 Critchlow, Carol 63, 66, 140 Crittenden, llon L. 140 Cronk, Susan 80 Crosby, Esther L. 91, 173 Cross, Robert 81 Crowe, Carl l-l. 84 Crowe, Charles l-l. 84 Culver, Jeanette 88, 173 Dahms, Michael T. 173 Dailey, Paul 102 Dallas, Robin l-l. 140 Dalton, Brenda L. 65, 80, 140 index 0 Sleve JOQ Frozier, Mork 74, 85 shi dentindex Dorner, Debro A. 173 Dornstoet, John R. 90, 173 Dorrett, Mike 63, 210 Dousmon, Bruce R. 140 Dovenport, Michoel G. 173 Ddvidson, Dole 86 Dovidson, Glenn K 70, 173 Dovis, Ann J. 173 Dovis, Chorles 64 Dovis, Don 74 Dovis, Governor 88, 173 Dovis, JeF1 206 Dovis, John J. 90, 173 Dovis, Mox A. 96, 140 Dovis, Mitch 72 Dovis, Sherri L. 85, 173 Dvis, Williom T. 173 Dowson, Guy 173 Doy, Cynthio A. 75, 86, 173 Deckord, Stephen L. 140 Decker, Corol 84 Decker, Lorry 210 Dehority, Koth A. 173 Delong, Morvin 85 DeMo DeMe sie, Mork 94, 102 nit, Keith M. 70, 140 Demeulenoere, Joe R. 173 Dennie, Noble 86 DeRisi, Dove 70, 85 Desje on, John 74, 85 Deviney, Myron J. 102 Diol, Mortin E. 79, 140 Dice, Dickover, Khris L. 86, 141 Dierdorf, Moiorie 80 Digiocomo, Joonne B. 66, 173 Dillon, Jeonnie 81 Dills, Judd 74 Dings, Richord N. 65, 141 Divine, Kirby 90 Dixon, Bruce 63 Dockter, John P. 96, 141 Dodd, Steven M. 174 Doerr, Dennis G. 81, 174 Donoldson, Debbie 63 Donhom, Herbert A. 80, 86, 103, 141 Donovon, Judy K. 14, 66, 141 Dougloss, Dovid J. 174 Dovv, Potrick M. 141 Dowling, Jomes G. 174 Dunhom, Donold D. 174 Dunlop, Chorles 141 Dunn, Corol N. 141 Durbin, Richord I. 174 Durrett, Moryolice 63, 83, 100, 174 Duryeo, Robert L. 70, 174, 218 Dvvyer, Mork 206 Dye, Stephen G. 62, 141 Eorles, Roxy L. 174 Eorley, Goyle 86, 174 Eoton, Suson L. 141 Ebert, Steven A. 174 Eckelborger, Steven L. 74, 141 Edelson, Monico S. 59, 73, 86, 175 Edvvords, Jo Ann 63 Eicher, Phillip 26, 62 Eiler, Williom R. 175 Elliot, Lovvrence J. 64, 141 Elliott, Somoro J. 59, 83, 100, 175 Elliott, Steve 62 Ellis, Kent 64, 141 Ellis, Terry J. 41, 70, 141 Elmore, Gorth B. 175 Emmel, Cothy S. 175 Emmert, John 100 Emmons, Donno K. 175 Edmonds, Dove 210 Endsley, John l. 100, 141 English, Michoel L. 175 English, Robert S. 175 Enochs, George 64 Erickson, Dee S. 88, 175 Eshelmon, Corolyn L. 74, 142 Eshelmon, Koren N. 63, 84, 175 Estep, Mike 76, 92 Etchison, Potricio A. 175 Ethier, Renee M. 175 Evons, Koren E. 175 Evons, Roger J. 142 Evons, Steve 62 Evving, Deboroh 82 Folcone, Short M. 175 Folie, Debi 77 Follis, Robin L. 175 Former, Tereso N. 175 Forris, Ann 84 Forris, Greg 26, 27 Fortis, Jon L. 66, 86, 175 Forris, Mortho 82, 99 Foust, Eortho 210 Feornow, Rollond E. 90, 94, 96, 142 ,212 Fink, Gerold E. 142 Finke, Jomes E. 176 Finney, Ivon 84, 142 Fischer, Gory 70 Fischer, Jeon 85 Fischer, Wondo R. 79, 91, 142 Fisher, Douglos 64 Fisher, Jomes R. 142 Fitzgerold, Glindo 26, 27 Flott, Rick 176 Fleck, Judy A. 79, 94, 142 Fleck, Pot 63 Fleck, Richord 72 Fleckenstein, Susie 26, 27 Fleets, Leon 63 Fleming, Christy R. 176 Flemming, Don 98, 100, 142 Fletcher, Dillord 70, 71 Flueckinger, Lorry 70, 97, 142 Flynn, Cothy 73, 86, 176 Foley, Mork C, 91, 176 Folzenlogel, Duone R. 176 Fonseth, Lorry G. 102, 142 Ford, Chris L. 176 Foremon, Roy J. 176 Foster, 1-lorold E. 142 Foster, Koren A. 142 Foughty, Michelle L. 65, 86, 176 Fovvler, Dove A. 176 Fox, Chorlorte D. 176 Fox, lndy K. 176 Foxworthy, Jonet L. 142 Fronce, Oscor l-iulon 214 Fronk, Morcio K. 73 Fronklin, Georgio A. 82, 176 Frederick, Ted A. 85, 176 Freemon, Tom 62 Freschly, Deon A. 176 Frey, Debbie A. 66, 77, 92, 176 Frey, Joseph E. 142 Frey, Ron 74, 75, 98 Frieler, Jomes R. 176 Fruits, Ronold E. 142 Fuhrmon, Hilbert J. 176 Fulton, Kim S. 142 FuSun, l-lsiong 85 Goiney, Bob 74 Goiter, Mory 90 Gollmon, John 74 Gollmeyer, Mork C. 177 GolviN Deboroh E. Dovvn Doyle Doyle ing, Steve C. 141 , Potrick E. 79, 86, 141 , Rosolyn 174 Droke, Dove 72 Droke, Lindo M. 84, 86, 141 Droper, Dennis E. 174 Dressel, Michoel K. 141 Dube, Angie 86 Dufiey, Chorles L. 78, 79, 141 Dufiey, Rondoll M. 174 238 Feoster, Mike 70 Fey, Fronk 85 Fickle, Jonice C. 175 Ficklin, Dole L. 175 Fields, Pomelo S. 175 Fields, Tom 81, 88 Fiers, Jim 72 Filer, Michoel O. 176 Finozzo, Rose 63 Finch, Potricio J. 142 Gomble, Lionel 81, 142 Gordenr, Brendo J. 91, 177 Gordner, Dove 76, 77, 92 Gordner, John D. 142 Gordner, John G. 143 Gordner Rolph 70, 85, 92 Gorlond, Tim A, 143 Gorrett, Sollie A. 143 Gorrett, Wolter L. 143 Gorson, Gregg M. 70, 88, 177 Gerhart, Caryn 66, 143 Ronald J. 181 Gartner, Carla J. 79, 143 Gartner, Robert R. 143 Gates, Karee 83, 177 Gaulden, Dennis 70 Gauer, Darvin R. 177 Gee, Jacqueline 143 Gehlbach, Linda 66, 75, 143 Geilker, Jack R. 70, 177 Geraghty, Bob 74 Gerard, Gary V. 177, 216 Gercken, Sandra J. 177 Gerlach, Rebecca S. 177 Geswein, Gregory L. 143 Goodman, Nina J. 178 Goodwin, Beverly A. 79, 144 Gootee, Gregory C. 64 Goss, Geneva P. 144 Cratt, Ron 621 Graham, Diana S. 178 Graham, Julie 102 Graham, Victoria L. 65, 144 Gram, Vicki 63 Graman, Thomas S. 178 Grange, Becky 66, 178 Grannan, Louis T. 178 Gray, David J. 1, 178 Gray, Gwen 24 Gray, Kathleen J. 144 Gray, Margie K. 178 Gudort, David 90 Gullion, Cynthia A. 178 Gumbel, Bernard H. 178 Gutwein, Charlene K. 178 Guy, Margaret A. 178 Gwaltney, Michael L. 179 Gwaltney, Patricia R. 65, 144 Gwenn, Elwyn 86 Haas, Margaret 66, 79, 91, 144 Habel, Pat 72 Hacker, James G. 144 Hcietling, Jack 70, 71, 92, 144 Haessig, Randy B. 103, 179 Hagan, Ricky L. 179 Hagar, Charles 81, 83, 144, 214 Hagemeier, Donna M. 91, 179 Hagerman, George M. 145 Hales, Edward 179 Haley, William F. 72, 85, 94, 145 Hall, Thomas L. 146 Halum, Diane C. 145 Hamilton, Andrew P. 179 Hamilton, Doris 91 Hamilton, Joan L. 63, 179 Hamilton, Marticia A. 179 Hammond, Gregg 206, 214 Hamn, Harold 90 Hancock, Bob 63 Hancock, John 72 Hancock, John H. 179 Hancock, John W. 84, 145 Hanley, Michael 81, 82 Hannibal 72 Hardaway, Chareese 81, 82 Hardin, Kenneth D. 145 Hardin, Steve 74 Harding, Rick 86 Hardman, Christopher D. 79, 145 Hargis, James L. 79, 145 Hargis, Sheila P. 91, 179 Harkleroad, Darlene M. 179 Harper, George D. 85, 179 Harrington, Robert 63 student index Hill, Jo Ann 91 Hill Keith A. 180 1 Hill, Mark R. 145 Half, Jeremy F. 64, 180 Hiltz, Gary R. 180 Himmelhaver, Christine 26 Hines, Bradley B. Harris, Charles A. 179 Harris, Iris 81, 179 Harris, Linda 81 Harris, Mike 216 Harris Patricia D. 179 Hart, Thaddeus W. 81, 179 Harting, Kent 64 Harman, John 70, 90, 95 Hantsell, Keith D. 145 Harwood, Sandy K. 145 Hash, Steven B. 103, 145 Hasler, Katie J. 179 Hass, Pat 145 Hinshaw, Duane A. 72, 145 Hinton, Deborah E 83, 173 Hinzman, Rick 92, 93 Hisey, Thomas H. 145 , Hitz, R.D. 80, 146 Hodson, David L. 181 Hockett, Frank 146 Hochgesang, Jeff J. 180 Hoehnke, Richard W. 146 Hoeing, Kenneth R. 181 Hoftman, Rebecca A. 88, 146 Hoftman, John 85 Hoffman, Sharon L. 65, 146 Hoke, Ruth A. 79, 88, 146 Holcomb, Debbie L. 181 Hasser, Ronald C. 179 Haste, Thomas L. 145, 214 Haupert, Dana D. 179 Hauser, Joan K. 179 Haynes, William K. 180 Hays, Raymond 81 Haywood, P.D. 65, 74, 75, 94 Hazelman, Doug 70 Hazelwood, Cynthia 64 Hazelwood, Marti 65 Helphenstine, Lisa 103 Hedge, William W. 180 Hedinger, Paul R. 180 Hein, Jo Berta 26 Heinzman, Richard C. 74, 75, 145 Heise, Don R. 180 Heistand, Jerry K. 180 Henderson, Cheryl 88, 99 Henderson, Gary R. 50, 88 Hendershott, Timothy R. 65, 180 Hendrickson, Rich 63 Hengstebeck, Dave 74, 145 Henning, Ed 79 Henrich, Gary 72 Henry, Charles O. 183 Henschen, Teresa 73 Henschen, Theresa 73 Herring, Patricia J. 145 Herron, Steve 72 Herz, David G. Hess, Linda S. 39, 88, 145 Hewitt, Steve D. 180, 216 Hickey, Pat 97 Hidy, Dale 86 Hilburt, James M. 145 Hiles, Jeltrey L. 180 Hill, Gary 26 Hill, George 180 Hollander, Harold 85 Hollingsworth, Carl 85 Hollingsworth, Joelynn 75, 181 Hollingsworth, Ross 86 Hollingsworth, Sue 63 Holloman, Marilyn K. 181 Homco, Janie 65 Homrighous, Bob E. 181 Hopkins, Cece 86 Hornaday, Janice D. 181 Horoho, David R. 181 Horstman, John 70, 214 Houghtalen, Barry 70, 97, 146 Houghtaling, Diane K. 181 Houser, Joan 65 Hovermale, Sue 63 Howard, Bruce 83 Howard Catherine E. 63, 66, 146 Howard Debi J. 146 Howard, Mike T. 181 Howder Cheryl A. 181 Howell, Diane C. 66, 95, 146 Howell, Dianne Y. 181 Howell, Peggy 66, 146 Howell, Ho-wing, Joseph 103 Hubeny, Linda S. 146 Huesman, Keith R. 181 Hughes, Rusty 63, 72, 218 Hull, Tom 84, 102 Hundley, Kathy 63, 181 Hunt, Becky 75, 181 Hunter, Jere E. 74, 86, 146 Huntington, Gary P. 181 Hurst, Joyce A. 146 Hurst, Stanley 26 Hutchins, Judy G. 88, 181 Hutchinson, Larry D. 181 student index Huyvaert, Kathy A. 80, 85, 147 Huyvaert, Poul M. 147 l-lyman, Joseph D. 147 lllyes, David R, 182 lmle, Norma J. 182 lmmel, Jim F. 182 Ingram, Paul 27 Inman, Robert 64 lnnis, Michael R. 182 lp, David T. 78, 94, 103, 147 lp, Peter l-I, 103, 182 Irish, Jock 85 Irish, Steve 85, 182 lvers, Melody 88, 147 Jackson, Mark B. 88, 147 Jackson, Monte J. 147 Jackson, Paulo D. 82, 147 Jaracz, Joseph 63 Jarnutowski, Judith E. 90, 182 Jorosz, Mary 99, 147 Jettries, Rodney A. 70, 182 Jennings, Lin 74 Jernigan, James 26, 97, 147 Jernigan, Lin L. 147 Jerry, Charles 85, 182 Johnson, Bessie N. 91, 182 Kasting, Nicki 63, 86, 183 Kastner, Richard A. 70, 71, 148 Katterhenry, John H. 183 Kautglman, David A. 183 Kee, Melvin 81, 82 Keel, Jerry L. 79, 148 Keesling, Daryl 70 Kehl, Dove K. 183 Keith, Ann, 73, 148 Keller, Terry D. 64, 148 Kelso, RuAnn 63, 148 Kemper, Gene S. Kempher, Steve 64, 183 Kendall, Elizabeth A. 183 Kendrick, Anthony L. 86, 103, 183 Keneipp, Cheryl 70, 148 Kenman, Elizabeth 91 Kennie, Robert L. 82, 148 Kenny, Michael R. 183 Kenny, Robert 83 Kent, Jamey 65, 66, 88, 183 Kern, Tom R. 216 Kern, Theodore G. 148 Kessler, Linda S. 65, 148 Khan, Mashood A. 148 Kilgore, Angela 66, 183 Killian, Carolyn S. 148 Killian, Steve A. 64, 184 Kimmell, Carolyn R. 91, 184 King, Kathy 91, 184 LaBrosse, Tim 206, 214 Lacey, Philip C. 149 Lacey, Robert 149 Lackey, Keith D. 149 Lafuze, Toby 149 Lai, Raymond Chik'Pan 103 Lam, Gilbert Nim Cor 103 Lam, Joseph VV. 103, 184 Lamb, Louis E. 184 Lambert, Ernest 81, 85 Lampert, Michael R. 149 Landis, Becky J. 184 Lange, Bonnie G. 100, 149 Lanham, David G. 72, 184 Lanktord, Douglas l-l. 98, 149 Lonnan, Steven L. 149 Larmann, l-larold R. 185 Lotta, Irvin 186 Lau, Randall S. 94, 103, 149 Lau, William 103 Laughery, John 58, 74, 75 Laughlin, Kelly J. 26, 65, 78, 79, Lauricia, Marylana E. 66, 185 Law, Robert 185 Lawlis, Phillip J. 185 Lawrence, Douglas E. 185 Lawrence Lloyd R. 185 Lawrence, Mike 74 Leavy, Vivian A. 185 Lechner, Sally 86, 185 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson, Bill 50 Cathy E. 84, 147 Dave B. 182 Dewayne D. 182 Duane J. 84, 147 Eileen S. 66, 85, 182 Jon N. 147 Mike 50 Minnie 182 Norma 84, 182 Robert M. 147 Stephen V. 64, 182 Vickie 82 Jones, Agnes A. 83 Jones Bradley L. 50, 103, 182 r King, Yolanda 83, 100 Kirby, Arthur J. 184 Kittle, William VV. 184 Klein, Shelley D. 148 Kleysteuber, Sharon L. 148 Kline, Charles 84 Kluth, Robert G. 184 Kmiotek, Theodore A. 184 Knobe, Robert J. 184 Knapp, John T. 80, 184 Knecht, Vicki 63, 148 Kniese, Norman L. 184 Knox, Donna K. 84, 184 Kohorst, Dorthy L. 184 Lee, John 90 Lee, Thomas Kar-Yuan 103 Leek, Dennis J. 149 Lehman, Bertie 85 Lehman, Gretto G. 185 Leichty, John 97 Lemmon, Roberto J. 97, 149 Le mond, Bruce 103 Letterer, Al 206, 214 Leung Felix VV. 149 Leung, James Chi Yung 103 Leung Julio Sing Yee 103 Leung Katherine Kwok Mei Leung, Lawrence Chi Ching Kwong, Ambrose Chi-I-lo 103 Jones Kathy D. 182 Jones, Lindo 66 Jones Melinda I8 Jones, Robert P. 147 Jones, Russell 81, 83 Jones Joslin 1 Theresia A. 65, 70, 147 Christopher VV. 147 Jovich, Michael E. 183 Judy, Mark S. 147 Judy, Tim 70 Justice, Jeflrey R. 147 Justice, Mark VV. 183 Konecoy, Meg 63, 66, 99 Konecny, Margaret A. 26, 95, 148 Kong, Edward F. 103, 184 Konkle, John 100, 148 Konkle, Julia A. 63, 66, 97, 148 Korlrl, Randy 86 Kremer, Robert E. 86, 95, 184 Krodel, Terry L. 184 Krotke, Janet 75, 86, 184 Kuminecz, James B. 79, 84, 148 Kunkle, Richard VV. 149 Kwan, Dominique 78, 103 Kwan, Kenneth Kon-Hung 103 l.eVerne, Anthony 103 Lewellyn, Christy 185 Lewellyn, Laura 68, 75 Lewis, Allen 35 Lewis, Jim 100 Lewis, John D. 150 Lewis, Leland l, 150 Lewis, Paul L. 72, 185 Lewis, Tom 74 Liechty, John 84 Liehlyter, Sharon M. 185 Like, Allen 85 Like, Pamela J. 185 Kaetzel, Timothy K. 183 Kaiser, John VV. 78, 79, 148 240 Kyle, Rodney 214 Lindholm, Robert P. 150 Lindsay, Janet R. 150 1 103 100 Lingerfel, Bruce A. 150 Lipp, Kathy A. 66, 75, 185 Lippke, John G. 150 Lipton, Karen 83 Lischkge, Dawn R. 185 Litte, Thomas J. 82, 94 Little, Jack 214 Litton, Nancy 66, 85, 95, 150 Lockhart, Richard l. 185 Logan, Pamela J. 63, 185 Long, Clark 186 Longest, Bill 90 Loudenback, Richard D. 76, 150 Lovell, Stephanie M. 185 Lowry, Rick L. 186 Lowry, Robert C. 186 Lubiniecki, Jerry A. 186 Lucas, Steven C. 80, 186 Lummis, Larry 74 Luth, Joseph L. 150 Lutz, Diana 186 Lux, Ron 63 Lyons, Kitty 27, 70 Lyons, Nancy 95, 186 Lyttle, Joan L. 186 Maas, Gary 71, 76, 90, 159 Maddox, Kenneth 63 Magness, Richard C. 150 Mahoney, Mike 94 Maiors, Thomas E. 63, 186, 206, 214 Maiors, Thomas E. 63, 186, 206, 214 Mallory, Marvin L. 86, 186 Mallett, Patty 150 Mangas, John 64, 186 Mankin, John W. 216 Mann, Dennis E. 85, 150 Marion, Elaine J. 186 Markis, Marcia L. 66, 186 Markle, Wayne F. 150 Mars, Jefirey P. 80 Marshall, Darlene 85, 186 Marshall, Judith 70, 79, 150 Marshall, Michael E. 62, 150 Marshall, Nancy L. 66, 88, 186 Martin, Kim A. 72, 187 Martin, Leon 214 Martin, Neal E. 70, 150 Maryfield, James L. 187 Mason, Terry L. 187, 212 Matzat, Ken 98, 100 Mau, Brenda Kwok Kwong 103 Maurer, John W. 64, 187 Maxwell, Phil 72 Maxwell, Robert P. 187 May, Brent 150 Maywood, Daniel A. 150 Mayo, Wendy L. 83, 151 McLaurin, Marilyn 83 Meacham, Donnie 72 Mellencamp, Ted E. 62, 187 Menard, Marie-Claire 103 Meredith, Terry 96, 100, 151 Merrell, John M. 187 student index Morgan, Ted 63 Morris, Dave 85 Merril, Margaret A. 197 Messmer, Paul 84 Metelko, John L. 151 Meuser, Elizabeth 79, 151 Meyer, Dwight 103 Meyer, Mike 92 Meyers, Kelly 35 Meyers, Vernon N. 95, 151 Mi, Tony lw Middleton, Doug 74 Morris, Don A. 152 Mort, Tristan 86 Morton, Reginald 214 Motsinger, Elaine 73 Mover, Douglas A. 58, 76, 9 Mpumgose, Charles S. 188 Murphy, Murphy Murphy Murphy 1 1 Carol A. 91, 188 Michael A, 97, 188 Valerie 103 I William 63, 83, 214 Middleton, Stephen D. 65, 151 Mikler, Judy 65 Milan, Steve 22 Miler, Mike 151 Miles, Harold 210 Miles, Mike 72, 95 Miley, Michael 85 Miller, Marilu 73 Miller, Bradley W. 188 Miller, Darrel L. 188 Miller, Dennis 188 Miller, Diane 50, 88 Miller, Gary 72 Miller, Judy E. 151 Miller, Margaret A. 79, 151 Miller, Marilu 73, 100 Miller, Molly 77, 151 Miller, Ted 90 Miller William J. 151 1 Milligan, Dennis D. 65, 188 Mills, Debbie L. 88, 188 Mills, Renna G. 188 Milner, Diane A. 188 Milo, Marcia A. 66, 70, 92, 93, 152 Minar, Robert K. 152 Minderman, Beth A. 153 Minderman, John 74, 75, 95, 152 Mischler, Mark E. 150 Mitchell, John 85 Mitchell, Tom 90 Mitz, Don 74 Mize, Gregory P. 85, 188 Mohler, Jeffrey N. 94 Mohr, Randy J. 152 Monroe, Barney 85 Monroe, Jon 72 Montgomery, Daniel R. 188 Montgomery, Frances A. 81 Montgomery, Oliver F. 152 83, 188 Moody, Mark L. 188 Moore, Douglas E. 152 Moore, Nancy V. 188 Moore, Randell 90, 152 Moore, Sally A. 188, 91 Murray, Barbara 63, 152 Musick, Jim 64, 206, 214 Musick, Michael J. 188 Musillami, Michael J. 188 Myers, Helen 29 Myers, Calvin 86 Myers, Kelley J. 94, 188 Myers, Vernon 70 Mystom, Peter D. 62, 152 McAtee, Marie C. 91, 187 McAtee, Pat 85 McCabe, Michael E. 151 McCain, Gerald 81, 83 McCarty, Michael P. 151 McClelland, John 85 McCure, Michael L. 151 McClure, Susie 68, 75, 151 McColland, John 103 McCombs, Dennis 26 McCombs, William 64 McCool, Dennis R. 64, 151 McCormick, Janet K. 187 McCoy, Angelia L. 151 McCoy, Connie F. 187, 212 McDonald, David A. 187 McDowell, Brent 80 McEwen, Rita J. 91, 187 McFarland, Beverly A. 187 McFerran, Karen J. 187 McFerran, Sharon 75, 86, 94 McGlel, Alan 70 McGill, Alan R. 92, 187 McGinnis, Curtis 86 McGinnis, Jay 72 McGrady, Patrick M. 187 McGrath, Tim K. 187 McGraw, Denny 187 McGuire, John 91, 187 Mclntire, Joyce E. 187 McKeichen, Mike 90 McKenerick, John R. 151 McKenney, Chris 63 McKinley, Kathy 26 McKinney, Chris 72 4, 98, 152 241 student index McLaurin, Antoinett M. 187 McMurry, Gregory A. 74, 151 McNeal, Lewis 82 Nagy, Paul 27 Nalker, Cathy 85, 189 Nash, Larry 26 Nash, Myron L. 103, 189 Nave, Carol 81 Naville, Jeanie 70, 152 Neal, Diane 75 Nean, Diane S. 189 Neis, Virginia M. 189 Nelissen, Jan P. 189 Nelson, Theresa E. 189 Neumeyer, Douglas R. 189 Newcomb, Robert E. 84 Newcum, William C. 152 Peters, Dave 84 Newlin, Joe 76, 152 Nichols Gene R. 80 Nicholson, Jacqueline L. Niedermyer, Tom 62 Niese, John B. 189 Nikol, Don 74 Ninde Michael H. 189 Nixon, Dave 74 Nixon, Darell 74 Nixon, Dennis 74 Nixon, John D. 153 Nolan, Mary 65, 86, 153, 189 Norman, Kathy 88 Norris, Janet 66, 189 Norris, Judy A. 153 Northcutt, Cheryl L. 189 Oakes, Mike 85 Obergtell, Stephen D. 189 O'Brian, Pam A. 190 O'Connell, Billy Jack 189, 214 Odeem, David 27, 70, 71 Olterle, Ed 74, 75 Ogan, Mike 102 Ordel, George A. 140 Oliger, John E. 102, 140 Olinger, Fredrick G. 153 Olsen, Mari L. 140 Olson, Roberta L. 153 Oliver, Marc 90 Oney, Rodney D. 140 Orchard, Larry 62 Osborn, Douglas J. 35, 86, 140 Osborne, Timothy L. 98, 153 Osmon, Sue A. 153 Oursler, Jerry W. 153 Overpeck, Donald D. 153 Owen, Mike 70, 153 Owens, Jack 64 Owsley, Sherry 81, 83, 94, 190 242 Padheld, Kevin 102 Padgett, Edith F. 75, 84, 190 Pahmeier, Jodi 100 Palm, Robert E. 190 Palmer, Mary S. 190 Pancake, Vicki G. 153 Parker, Michael E. 96, 153 Parker, Terry L. 64, 190 Parnele, Paul A. 86, 140 Parmenter, Cindy 86 Paschke, Jeftery L. 97 Pastry, Kathy 66 Pastry, Pat 66 Patrick, John J. 153 Patterson, Galen 72, 190 Patterson, Michael 210 Patton, Gary 72, 153 Patton, Jari S. 153 Patton, Shirley 94 Pavy, Stephen G. 153 Pea, Richard 26 Pea, Sue 66 Peck, Robert A. 62, 76, 77, 9 Peck, Tony 94 Peelman, Debi 17 Pell, James H. 88, 190 Pemberton, Rebecca A. 190 Perez, Jose R. Castro 138 Perkins, Edward M. 79, 154 Perkins, Theodore 86 Perry, Bob 72 Peters, William J. 190 Peterson, Alice J. 90, 190 Petrie, George A. 70, 190 Petrotl, Gregory A. 70, 154 Pettit, Jett 70 Phares, Doub 74 Pillai, Anandan 103 Pillai, Mohanan 103 Phillippe, Rita K. 190 Phillips, Craig E. 190 Phillips, John 70, 79, 81 Phillips Larry J. 154 1 Pontius, Tina 77, 191 Poole, Shirley L. 191 Pople, Ann 75, 191 Porter, Randy D. 191 Posey, William 26 Potts, Artie 191 Potts, Larry 154 Potts, Maria A. 59, 191 Potts, Rebecca S. 90, 154 Powell, Kathy 191 Prather, Tom 191 206, 214 Pratt, Gary D. 191 Prince, James D. 154 Pritchard, Tom 64 Pritchett, John D. 191 Proctor, Ronnie 72 Pruitt, Thomas C. 191 Pryor, John 84, 154 Puckett, John 83, 86 Puetz, Carol 66, 154 Pukine, Theodne H. 214 5, 153 Pund, David J. 191 Pyle, Jon 85, 95, 74 Pynaert, Phillip P. 191 Pypniowski, Joan 92, 154 Oualkinbush, Harold 72 Rach, Robert H. 154 Racine, Gary W. 64, 192 Rademaker, Rhonda 64, 66, 192 Rademaker, Sandy A. 66, 192 Raftignone, Ronald L. 65, 154 Ramsey, Dotty 88, 192 Rasche, Clara M. 65, 78, 97, 106, 154 Ratlift, Arthur 81, 96, 154 Rausch, Jettrey L. 97, 155 Rauscher, Mark A. 155 Rayle, Sherry E. 75, 92, 93, 94, 97, 155 Readle, Alice 84 Reed, Duane 76, 95, 192 Reed, Jane Ann 85 Reed, Paul 70 Reed, Ted L. 102, 155 Phillips, Paul 62 Philpot, Allen 102, 191 Pieper, Angela 79 Pieper, Steve 74, 191 Pieper, Sue 63, 66, 154 Pierce, Robbie 70 Pierson, Anthony 64 Pillai, Mohanan 154 Pinterics, Frank 62 Piper, Robert G. 63, 70, 191 Pippins, Bernadine 81 Piske, Lee A. 191 Pitts, Donald D. 191 Pletch, Larry 64, 72, 191 Poe, Kathleen J. 154 Pokornev, John 154 Poland, Mark J. 191 Ponsler, Merrilynn H. 154 Reeves, Dallas 64, 79, 155 Redd, Edward S. 81, 192 Rehs, Clara L. 73, 68, 192 Reimer, James R. 155 Reinhart, Bruce A. 155 Reitmeyer, Dan 84 Remke, Sue J. 192 Render, Rhonda K. 88, 192 Renner, Gregory L. 79, 155 Resler, Robert R. 65, 80, 192 Reutepohler, Steven J. 192 Reuter, Herbert L. 100, 155 Reynolds, Charles T. 76, 77, 155 Rhoades, Mark 155 Riba, Richard A. 64, 155 Richard, John 85 Richardson, Bonnie 91, 192 Richardson, Mary K. 192 Robertson, Nancy A. 193 Richardson, Ted A. 192 Richardson, William N. 193 Rick, Terry L. 193 Ridgeway, Ronald P. 64, 193 Ridout, Earl 74 Riley, Patrick M. 155 Riley, Tom 86 Rinehart, John M. 193 Ring, Thomas A. 24, 25, 65, 155 Ringer, Mary Ellen 86 Ringer, Mary S. 156 Rinsch, Paula C. 156 Ripplemeier, Alan J. 64, 156 Risi, David C. 173 Ristedt, John A, 193 Ritter, Linda 26 Ritzius, Linda S. 73, 193 Roark, Dale L. 156 Robbins, Kelly G. 193 Robbins, Michael 85 Roberts, Carl R. 193 Robinson, Amy M. 156 Robinson, David 81 Robertson, Evelyn S. 156 Robinson, George R. 83, 193 Robins, Kelly 72 Rodgers, Shirley 26 Roeder, Paulette 63, 73, 86 Rock, Frances E. 85, 156 Rogers, Janet A. 75, 156 Rodgers, Mike 85 Rogina, Joseph T. 156 Rohrman, Rita 70 Rollins, Ruth 63 Rollison, John D. 156 Rose, Michael R. 156 Rose, Steve 64, 90 Roske, Howard 70 Ross, Robert 72, 92, 93, 94, 95, 156 Rouse, Ted 81 Row, Patrick 96 Rozinski, Rick 74 Rubreckt, Kathy M. 156 Rucker, Mike 65, 94 Rude, Shirley A. 157 Rudolph, Ed 63, 72, 95, 156 Runyon, John 70 Runyon, Sherry L. 91, 156 Rupprecht, Michael 193 Rupp, William D. 156 Rusch, Linda R. 88, 156 Rush, Debbie 73 Rushing, Earlene 26 Russ, Rebecca A. 84, 156 Russell, Denny L. 157 Russell, James C. 157 Rutledge, Michael L. 76, 193 Ryan, Dan 193 Sable, Gene 206, 214 Sachs, Libbie A. 193 Satavi, Hooman 103 Sain, Teresa A. 157 St. Gnge, Cynthia S. 196 St. Pierre, Steve 70, 71 Salla, Louis 157, 206 Sandborn, James K. 62, 85, 157 Sanders, Lawrence E. 193 Sanders, Steve 102 Sandler, Carol L. 193 Sandlin, Penny L. 157 Saucerman, Dave 85 Saunders, Vicki A. 66, 70, 157 Savage, Robert 63 Scales, Janet 26 Schaber, Dorothy A. 193 Schaedel, Janice 26 Schalk, Michael L. 157 Schellhase, Bruce E. 85, 95, 193 Schenck, Robert J. 85, 157 Schilling, Larry M. 157 Schilling, Mark 72 Schmidt, Anita L. 193 Schmidt, Marilyn 26 Schmitt, Larry 64 Schmitt, Lawrence R. 157 Schmitter, Terry 88 Schneider, Connie L. 194 Schneider, Fred C. 96, 157 Schnidel, Timothy R. 193 Schnur, Jim L. 84, 94, 98, 102, 157 Schrader, Fred L. 70, 92, 93, 157 Schrader, Jeffrey A. 157 Schroeder, Ann 65, 88, 194 Schull, Hank 70 Schultz, Susan 94 Schulze, Sara 194 Schumaker, Fred VV. 157 Schumaker, l-lenry R, 157 Schwab, Larry 102 Schwartz, Philip G. 194 Schween, Terry C. 74, 194 Scott, Cecil E, 194 Scubert, Patricia A. 157 Sechrest, Calvin 64, 157 Secoulas, Nancy K. 194 Seger, Glenn A. 157 Sehellhase, Bruce 86 Seidel, Lee K. 74, 158 Shapinsky, Sara 68 Sharp, Susan K. 79, 158 Sharp, Teresa A. 158 Shartzer, Dan 72 Seiver, Sherry 194 Semon, Karen 194 Senesac, Diane L. 86, 194 Senesac, Jack 106, 194 Sergi, Joseph 194 student index Setty, Paul J. 194 Sexson, Jack 86 Sexson, Jett 80 Sexton, Carol S. 158 Shackellord, Sarah E. 158 Shafer, Antonnette 91, 194 Shake, Barbara J. 194 Shalk, Mike 65 Shank, Barb 73, 86 Shank, Linda 65 Shanks, Rodger E. 158' Shapinsky, Sara L. 68, 194 Sharp, Michael R. 194 Sharp, Terry 62 Shaw, Mindy S. 90, 194 Shaw, Paul A. 158 Shelbourne, Gwendolyn 24, 26, 158 Shelton, Cindy 70, 79, 99, 158 Shelton, Mike 63, 70 Shelton, Virginia 91, 194 Sherman, Byron 194 Shew, Richard L. 158 Shidler, Dennis 210 Shields, Dorenda 195 Shoemaker, David 214 Shoptaw, Mike 1, 78, 106, 158 Shourds, Ruth 195 Showers, Joseph 195 Shumaker, Dan E. 158 Shumaker, Rosalind 83, 85, 195 Shuttlewort, Robert 195 Siders, Daniel 26 Sietsma, Jett 85 Sievers, Bernie 64 Sievers, Ginger 103 Signorino, Tony A, 66, 75, 158 Simmons, Deborah 81 Simms, Christopher K. 26, 86, 9 Simon, Ramon 103 Simpson, Lana Gaye 83, 212 Sims, Georgia 82 Sims, Mariorie 77, 195 Sims, Rodney 81 Singer, Charles 195 Singer, Michael A. 158 Sink, Myron 70, 71 Sinnett, Theresia V. 158 Sinnott, John N. 62, 158 Sipes, Larry 74 Sipes, Mark 80 Skinner, Christine L. 158 Skroback, Thomas 8. 90, 158 Sloan, Catherine 195 Slopsema, Edward L. 158 Small, Kevin 85 27, 66, 73 3, 158 243 student index Smallwood, Richard E. 159 Smarnavonich, Vimolratna 103, 195 Stevens, Susan L. 196 Stewart, Billie 160 Stewart, Fred 81 Stewart, Steve 74 Smith Barbara J. 70, 159 Smith Carol L. 159, 195 Smith Charlott M. 159 Smith Dianne E. 115 Smith Duane 218 Smith Garry VV. 92, 159 Smith Gary L. 90, 159 Smith James R. 85 Smith Janet 91 Smith Jill 88, 195 Smith Kenneth C. 159 Smith Kent 86 Smith Martin B. 64, 70, 159 Smith, Rick J. 62, 195 Smith Robert M. 62, 76, 95, 159 Smith Smith Russell L. 196 Sue 63, 88 Snaders, Frank 81 Snyder, Lynn 86, 196 Sommers, Vince 70, 71 Sonneheld, John D. 196 Sorgius, Gary D. 196 Southerland, Catherine E. 159 Sowder, Dave E. 159 Spaulding, Barbara A. 196 Spears, Vicki L. 64, 196 Speer, Robert E. 196 Spencer, Darrell 85, 214 Spencer, Lanta V, 159 Spencer, Richard 196 Spencer, Stephen VV. 74, 159 Stills, Howard 83, 160 Stinson, Randy 98 Stites, Gary L, 196 Stockinger, Bryan L. 196 Stonecipher, Arville 85 Stout, Marc 84 Stout, Ruth A. 196 Strahley, Doris J. 196 Strain, Scott 94, 197 Straka, Jason 27 Strand, Martha 88, 197 Straub, Richard 80, 100, 160 Strelt, Frank 76, 77, 95, 160 Stremming, Rhonda 160 Strickland, Jim 62 Strom, Laura M. 66, 160 Strother, Chuck 70 Strouse, Greg 72, 92, 93, 160 Stuckey, Denise A. 197 Stuckey, Roger 94, 160 Stucky, Carl L. 197 Stultz, Jacqueline 197 Sturm, Sharon 73, 86, 95 Sutan, Jimmy H. 197 Summerville, Katherine B. 160 Sur, Robert C. 64 Surface, Debbie 77, 197 Sut, David P. 160 Sutton, Jefl 70 Svetich, David 70 Swisher, Glenn M. 197 Speth, Ronald 85 Spitler, David 26, 70, 159 Spore, Gary 85 Spragg, Vincent P. 159 Spreen, Becky L. 159 Springer, Deborah L. 196 Staftord, Russell N. 64, 196 Stahly, Larry 1, 65, 78, 106, 159 Stallings, Thomas E. 159 Stallworth, Victor 83 Stearns, Keith G. 159 Steele, Dale 26 Steen, Danny 72 Stegall, Matthew G, 196 Stein, Karen 66, 70 Steiner, Elizabeth A. 196 Steininger, John E. 159 Steinkuhl, Allan 84, 160 Steinriede, James H. 196 Stemle, Chuck 86 Stephens, Gary 80, 196 Stephens, Roger 74 Stephenson, James 160 Stephenson, Terry L. 160 Stevens, Chuck 65 Stevens, Jill 26 Stevens, Karen F. 160 244 Szink, John D. 197 Talbott, Pamela 16, 18, 20, 41, 183,160 Talor, Charles S. 160 Talor, Richard L. 160 Tanner, Karen I. 197 Tartal, Michael J. 76, 197 Taylor, Bill 26 Taylor, Rick 70, 214 Taylor, Ronald J. 82 Taylor, Scott 197 Teague, Clittord VV. 160 Teague, Teel, Ja Elaine E. 59, 81, 160 y A. 197 Teets, Mark VV. 197 Terhune, Robert G. 63, 160 Terry, Greg 74 Teverbaugh, Kerry 26 Thorp, Dianne 16, 20, 85, 161 Theising, Ruth A. 65, 197 Thomas, Craig P. 72, 197 Thomas, Diane K. 106, 161 Thomas, John R, 74, 79, 161 Thomas, Paula H. 161 Thomas, Raymond D. 70, 161 Thomas, Richard D. 72, 90, 161 88, 94, Thomas, Ulysses 63, 83 Thompson, Thompson Bill 88 Bonnie 66, 75 Thompson, Carol E. 65, 86, 197 Thompson, Denny 86 Thompson, Stan 70 Thompson Vanessa L, 65 Thomson, Bonnie K. 161 Thomson, Terry L. 161 Thornberry, Thomas E. 161 Thornburg, Connie S. 197 Thornburgh, Cheryl A, 77, 85, 198 Thornton, Jana S. 198 Ticen, Jay 72 Tichenor, Penny J. 16, 20, 21, 26, 50, 88 Tieen, Byron J. 198 Tilka, Jill R. 86, 198 Tillman, Alice 83 Tilly, Barbara J. 198 Tipton, Karen D. 198 Tobin, Rick 86 Tomaszewski, Richard A. 72, 96, 161 Tompkins, Cyndi 75 Tong, Peter Pak-Shun 103 Torphy, Bill 102 Townsend, Rickey L. 79, 161 Trass, Elisah S. 65, 81, 88, 98, 161 Trier, Grant 70 Trimble, Mike 63, 70 Trimble, Pamela J. 198 Trinkel, Steven F. 162 Truelove, John 90 Truitt, Herbert S. 78, 162 Tryner, Bob 26, 27, 32 Tschoen, Diana S. 198 Tucker, VVilliam R. 72, 198 Turner, Harold 65 Tyring, Rebecca L. 198 Tyner, Norbert B. 162 Llpshaw, George R. 83, 162 Vance, Chris B. 198 Vanhoy, Mary Ann 63 Vanmetre, John F. 198 Vannice, Charles H. 81, 83, 98, 162 Van Skyhawk, David H. 198 Varns, Rachael 70, 162 Vaughn, Jerry D. 100, 198 Vaughn Ronald L. 76, 199 Vaught, Constance 82 Vehslage, Jon F. 199 Vichman, Susan E. 199 Vichuras, Mike 76 Vieck, J. M. 70, 162 Viehman, Sue 66 Vieke, Sharon 88, 162 Vilinskis, Ligita l. 75, 88, 94, 99, 100, Villapiano, Corolee 73, 199 Villwock, Janet S. 199 Vinci, Joseph M. 199 Volkman, Veronica 84, 199, 212 Wiseman, Douglas 94, 164 Vollmer, Robert G. 162 Voyles, Fred 50, 64, 88, 95, 162 Wachadlo, John J. 199 Wade, Debbie 85, 90, 92 Waggoner, Ken 88 Wagoner, Steve 64 Walden, Richard F. 88, 199 Waletzko, Michael J. 162 Weinantz, Connie S. 163 Weir, Gale 66, 88 Weisenberge, Karen 65 Weitz, Richard 102 Welsh, Steve 72, 218 Wendelboe, Steve 27 Wetzel, Larry 90, 163 Wert, David 72 West, Charles D. 163 student index Wims, Darrell F. 83 Windham, Ensley 102 Winger, Joellyn 66 Winkler, Daniel F. 88, 164 Winters, Larry R, 164 Wood Walker, Brent 85, 88 Walker, Brenton E. 162 Walker, Craig 32 Walker, Clarence 210 Walker, John E. 63, 199 Walker, Mae 83, 84, 199 Walker, Nance A. 199 Walker, Sharon D. 199 Walker, Willie L. 199 Wallace Nancy 100, 199 Wallace, Miltred J. 199 Wallace, Guy L. 162 Wallis, David 64 West, David A. 90, 163 Whaley, Robert 64 Whallon, Betty J. 97 Wheeler, Beth 66, 79, 86, 163 Wheeler Bill 62 White, Gerald 163 White, Jean 91 White, Mary 77, 88 White, Nicholas A. 102, 163 White, Reggie 83 White, Ronald 63 White, Sheila 65, 88 White, Shirley D. 106, 163 Wolf, Wolfe Jeanne 84 , Karen 73, 84 Wong, George 103 Wong, Lawrence 103 Wong, Raymond Wai 103 Wong, Tammy 103 s, Larry 65 Wallis, Henry 80, 100, 162 Walston, Stan 26, 27 Walters, Terry G. 199 Walters, Gloria J. 162 Walton, Lynn E. 199 Walton, Silas 81 Ward, Dan 100 Ward, Fred 65 Wargo, Steve 90, 162 Warmoth, Russell B. 199 Warner, Jett M. 162, 216 Warzak, Leo D. 162 Washington, Sam 95, 162 Watkins, Mary 65 Watson, Raymond 64 Weathers, Cornelius 84, 162 Webb, Ervin 85 Weber, Beckey 73 Weber, Wally 62 Weider, Earl W. 202 White, Stephan L. 163 Whitfield, Pati 86 Wiese, Mark 85, 92, 163 Wilderman, Dennis 26 Wildman, Williams, Dianna 91 Doug 80, 86, 163 Williams, Patricia J. 163 Williams, Gladys 24 Williams, Linda 35 Williams, Mike 74 Williams, Peter S. 64, 163 Wood, Stephen D. 164 Woodall, Beth E. 164 Woodall, Dave 210 Woodard, Walter 81 Woods, Frank 62 Wray, Linda 81, 82 Wright, Gary D. 96, 164 Wright, Sally 26, 63, 70, 94, Yeager, Bruce 76, 80 Yeakley, Betsy 75 Yeakley, Bette 91, 202 Yingst, Laurel 24, 25, 164 Yochum, Michael S. 194 Willis, Pat 66, 73, 163 Willis, Paul A. 163 Young, Mark 90, 202 Young, Marty 72 Young, Sharon 16, 20 Young, Timothy R. 202 Young, Tyann L. 202 Wilson, Cara 63, 97, 163 Wilson, Becky 84, 86 Wilson, John F. 65, 98, 102 Wilson, Judy 79, 163 Wilson, Mona 63, 81 Wilson, Robert L. 163 Wilson, Terry 66 Yuen, Wing Lan 103 Zeiss, Tony 79 Zelaya, Pablo R. 202 Zelmer, Ellen 59, 85, 99, 164 Ziccardi, John 85, 164 Zimmerman, Russ R. 74, 202 1 24 from the desk of the editor low 5 ou, polhk K! Il me WHHHH The production of a yearbook is no small undertaking. There are many layouts drawn, hundreds of pictures taken, and thousands of words written and typed. It takes a great deal of hard work and co- operation among members of a staff to put even one page of a yearbook together. For these reasons I am very thankful and proud of this year's hard-working staFf many of whom gave up a lat of their valuable time on week nights and some weekends to work on Le Revoir. I want ta thank my editoral board- Larry Stahly, the assistant editor, David Gray, the managing editor, Stevie Gro- chowski, the copy editor, Neil Brook, the layout editor, and Lindsey Bain, the pha- 246 '36 tography editor. I also would like to men- tion others who have worked especially hard on the i972 Le Revoir. They are Diane Thomas, Darlene Buttram, Shirley White, Jack Senesac, and Martin Dial The yearbook also has advisers who have helped guide and encourage the stalft. They are Mr. Richard Day, who kept us from using poor English, Mr. Roger Ford, whose knowledge of photography improved our eye for pictures, Mr. Carl Weidner, who helped us balance our budget, Mr, Jerry Cranny, our represent- ative from Paragon Press, who has been our liaison with the publishing plant in Montgomery, Alabama, and Mrs. Marie MacQuaid, former yearbook adviser who took a keen interest in this year's .V ,. ...............-QA thi if s ,- L publication. Student Body and the faculty of Vincennes University, because without your support the tradition of Le Revoir would be dead- the fate recently of many other college yearbooks. As I noted, a great deal of work and personal sacrifice have gone into this yearbook, but, also, a lot of good times, humorous events, and friendship are sealed in these pages. So l speak for eve- ryone on the 1972 yearbook staff when I say that we hope you eniay reading your 1972 Le Revoir as much as we have en- ioyed readying it for you. 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