Vincennes University - Le Revoir Yearbook (Vincennes, IN)

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David Duane Davis i--, .'-- i ' - it Q8 si .F - Ea Kathryn J. Davis Andrew J. Decker John J. Dewitt Julia Ann Dickerson Terrence F. Dolatowski Ellen M. Douglas Jonell K. Downey Lisa S. Duncan Timothy W. Duncan Sandra R. Dunlap Barbara E. Dunn Janis C. Eastes 27 Sandy K. Ebert l E Glen R. Edmondson Kathleen K. Edwards Valda L. Edwards Craig A. Eichhorn Barbara E. Eichmiller Charles K. Eickhoff JeffA. Elliott 8 . 1.35. 1 QW N-wx I' hr J,-f. QW, "' Nun. J-P55 125- x,f ,S 522 'Vx gi S-f 'iijy' 'K' 1-o' 'XA Qu UQ' UV' jb- David Emge Noel S. Estes Debra S. Evans Ramona Everett Terry M. Everett Bill W. Farnsworth Dennis J. Farrell Marcia L. Ferger Beth N. Fields Charles E. Fife Robert Fike Richard T. Fileff Daniel A. Finney David L. Finney William D. Flickner Pamela S. Flint Marilyn I. Foland David S. Foo Warren L. Forgey Ellen K. Fougerousse Janet L. Franklin Sharon A. Frey Irene A. Fuhrmaun Sandra A. Galvin 30 :ff .Q 3' ia .ff Virginia B. Gartner Tom G. Garvey Daniel R. Genge William D. Getz Terri Y. Gilmore Terry G. Giovanoni Benjamin W. Goh Hobert Goode Mark W. Goss Shirley Graber Sondra M. Grady Sharon A. Graft Martha S. Greenwell Roger D. Gribble Gary L. Griffith Rosalee M. Griffith Vicki L. Gutt Debra M. Haag Randy B. Haessig Cheryl A. Hall 32 Q.. ,ef Jonathan S. Hall Pamela S. Hall Susan M. Hall Lynn H. Halterman Ralph L. Hamilton Luanne Handy Kevin D. Harmon Andre W. Harris John D. Harris William C. Harshey Mary K. Hart Byron L. Harting 33 Jane M. Hartley Gayle L. Hatton Arthur J. Hawkins Belinda B. Hawkins David L. Hawkins Lillian R. Haynes Wanda D. Head James A. Helming Terry L. Helton Michael R. Henthorn Gary L. Hiatt Jane A. Hildenbrand Roger L. Hilst Dana R. Hitchens Eddie Y. Ho Glen W. Hobbs Robert P. Hoffman Virginia N. Holland Thelma L. Hollingsworth Harry L. Hoover Frances F. Hopkins Toshinao Hoshina Stephen A. Hoskins Ruth E. Houghland 35 Charles T. Hovermale Marsena D. Howard Phyllis A. Howard Robert E. Howard Michael J. Hurni William M. 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Pavel 45 .Isaac C. Payne Myra G. Payton Beth A. Peak Timothy R. Pelton Wayne R. Petts Kathleen E. Phares Angela M. Phillips Katherine D. Phillips mg . . i. Q4 UNH-A-.nn F!,,,,,... .... . y. . W l ,m,l,,2- ,A11fi,1g: -- , fl Kav- Nm! my xff David M. Picker Henry K. Pong Gary W. Powers Debra J. Provo Janell L. Pruner Anthony J. Puchley Tery A. Quigley Danny H. Ravetlette Debbie A. Recker Pamela S. Redding Pamela J. Reed Jeffery L. Reinert 47 Bill J. Resler Thomas G. Rhodes Donnita R. Rice Michael R. Richey Jacqueline H. Riney Michael E. Ritchie Dorothy A. Roach Jerald A. Roach Jack A. Robbins David E. Rogers Lisa A. Rogers Michael G. Rogier Oil J :tx lf s-'si 4 X. . K ix.. 'Sf xg ci. am. N f,.. . . . 57" Ifjil vga "l"""f? wwf hge! -pas. 'A xanga! TWD ., 5 ,. .xv so W 'ir'-M-N X Catherine S. Rooksberry Pamela J. Root Rick R. Root David K. Ross Theresa A. Ruppel James B. Russell Mary J. Sampson Mark E. Sarett Wallace G. Schaaf Steve B. Schmitz Rodney L. Schnitz Karen S. Schulte 4 Stephanie Scruggs Patricia K. Seal Darlene E. Sebastian David A. Seed Rosemarie A. Selm Joseph J. Seubert Patricia A. Seubert Patricia A. Shade Joseph E. Shelton Millicent J. Shouse Jane A. Shurig Simon L. Sik , ., .. m.,-....,.. --ew. .....,.. ..... mm ' . x we-,M Y Wt ...-ta Sie . W ti 1 , 'Sf fi ..Z,,.. it Allan D. Simpson Susan A. Skinner Claudia E. Smith Jeff A. Smith Jeffery M. Smith Libby Smith James W. Snyder Loy G. Spanger Rebecca A. Spangle Scott C. Sperling John W. Sprouse Linda L. St. Onge Randy K. Stahly Rebecca L. Steckler Cheryl D. Stephens Kelly L. Stephens Steven T. Stiles Christine M. Stcmbaugh Michael A. Stovall Jeff L. Strange its ' 'iv 17' 'Q ft Rick W. Streepy Sue A. Stuffle Timothy J. Summers Jerry Sutton Holly A. Taggart Chi Yung Tai Stephen W. Tang Michael J. Tartal Allan L. Taylor Stephen W. Taylor Gary L. Tebbe Randy T. Tenbarge 53 John E. Thomas Karen L. Thomas Danny E. Tieken John C. Tolbert Barbara A. Toliver Pamela A. Tolliver Pansy S. 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Worstell Tsuneo Yamaguchi Anthony S. Yeung William C. Yeung David B. Young Dennis A. York Mike A. York Dave B. Zucker QU" ff f' wi .... , .. gr g,.j,,i.,y l ,W , .. A ' L n----f A , g., ML. wwf 58 E F' Www ""'l'lllnn-i....g FRESHMAN class officers included Cindy Carrithers, vice presidentg Steve Bradley, presidentg Shirley Watters, secretaryg and Craig Hughlette, treasurer. dum' James Adkins Wilma J. Aiken Karen L. Alexander Duane Alexander Paula S. Alyea Timothy Ft. Ankney Sam T. Artman John P, Baker Lavon L. Baker Richard A. Baker Stan W. Balcerak Bridgett A. Ballard Robert L. Banks Rita D. Barker Lisa C. Barnes Anna K. Barrott Diane C. Beall Christine A. Bechinski Joseph L. Bell Douglas A. Benjamin David L. Berninger Marilynn L. Berry Brian Bess Deborah E. Beyers Madhukar B. Bhat Cathy A. Bilskie Leota M. Bingham Gary E. Birch Dallas Fl. Bland Mark A. Bledsoe Sue A. Bloss John E. Blunk Charlie A. Boberg ., .5 VN ,, ,f- James C. Bohn Douglas J. Boone Shirley M. Bourland Kristin A. Boyd Allen L. Bradley Stephen F, Bradley Theresa A. Bradley Karolyn E. Brents Debbi L. Brewer Wendy A. Brey Richard J. Briones Deborah M. Brooks Carey L. Brown Jeffrey L. Brown Julie A. Brown Stephen L. Brown Jane D. Buckles Susanna Burkett Larry D. Burns Michael T. Busart Chris A. Byrd Gary B. Caldwell Kendra L. Campbell Gary L. Canen Jerry W. Cannon James S. Carie Pamela A. Carter Marsha K. Cecil Philip L. Cederquist Maude E. Chambers Ringo H. Chan Maryetta D. Chapman Fernando Cheng Gavin M. Choi Jane L. Chowning James C. Clapp Charles E. Clark Philip J Claussen Kimmi L. Cockerham Jeffery E. Conner Fw g ,jf A mbm,f2 1 ff 'SVR N .. .X X, X .C ..LA r . ,. .ix Rhea K. Coomer Barbara A, Coons Joe B. Cooper Judy L. Cooper Rebecca J. Cooper Craig A. Cortright Theresa L. Cota Victor A. Coulson Gordon A. Craig Karla S. Crawford Michael L. Cripe Steve S. Crone Kim M. Cross Randy D. Cskikos Alan L. Cummings Mark T. Curry l Orrin W. Davis Richard P. Day Timothy J. Deal Daniel P. Deem David L. Delong Denise L. Denson Frank C. Denzler Diane M. Desautels Rebecca A. Diener Sara J. Dillman James M. Dogan Peter M. Dossett Cynthia L. Dougherty Teresa A. Drewes Polly A. Duchemin Stephen A. Duffey Marquerite L. Dugan Dana M. Dunn Max H. Dust Patricia L. Eaden T?" .gil-as f7'ix !g1ig31Z'g. gs af" W- Q so X 'gm 1 iils X2 N5 ,Qi .. 5 bill, wa' 'St' X: .N' Sdn' Jon G. Eckert Jennifer A. Edgington Albert G. Edwards Jr Patricia A. Edwards Duane C. Embree Lee M. Emmons Brenda L. Eppert Christina Evans Kristine K. Farley Warren Farrow Barbara Feldkamp Frederick W. Fenk Marilyn S. Fields Kevin J. Finnegan Dennis E. Finney Connie Fiorito Kathy M. Fisher Keith T. Fisher Sharon K. Fisk Richard A. Flecker Elane Foertsch Keith R. FOIZ Carol L. Forbes Samuel E. Fowler Vanessa P, Fowler Deborah A. Fox Ginger S. Franklin Betty A. Fuhs Liz H. Gallagher Jeff B. Gammons Leesa L. Garland Marc F. Gebhart Darla J. Gengelbach Marylee Geones .vga if inn,- .' 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Huff Craig L. Hughlett Gail M. Hulbert Donna M. Hummel Phillip E. Hunt Susan D. Husted Pamela S. Huston Carol J. lmler Bryan L. Jackson Lois A. Jackson Elaine S. Jacobson Tonya K. Johanningsmeier Margo L. Johnson Darlene A. Jones Glenda D. Jones Ronda J. Jones Latrasa Jones Debra R. Joyce John W. Kaiser Lee Kellems Jeff R. Kendall Karen Kender James E. Kern Brenda S. Kerns Jacqueline F. King Randall R. Kirk Tina L. Kissel .F "M . -l S ,XR Kris A. Kitzinger Jill B. Kizer Roberta J. Klotz Tony M. Kiuesner Susi L. Koors Jasmin Kostic Gayle A. Kramer Joseph D. Kramer Cindy L. Kratzer Karen S. Lammers Jawad K. Lary Simeon S. Lau Jerry Laue Therese A. Lauria Thomas L. Lebold Cathy E. Lee Dennis T. Lee Michael P. Lee Martha D. Legg Cheryl J. Leimbach Toni A. Lemonds Jacqueline J. Letellier Tony T. Lewis Joyce L. Lingle Barbara J. Link Brainard B. Lo Lemuel K. Lo Jennifer L. Loughmiller Edward W. Lowery Jack A. Lowery Randy G. Ludlow Mary J. Lueken MQW Bill P. Lundbald Rose Marie McCahon Dennis J. McCarter Cecilia R. McClure Melvin L. McCord Robert M. McDonald Patrick J. McGuire Tom M. McKamey Debra J. McKee Sally R. McRae Douglas L. Mack Terry L. Malander Debra L. Mangin Kevin L. Mannix Mark A. Manship Mark V. Mariutto Jan A. Martin Timothy J. Martin Brent L. Masten Byron C. Mathis James M. Mattingly Sue L. Maxwell Michael D. Melvin James M. Merrill William K. Mershon Max E. Mertz Jeffrey L. Messel Robert E. Metz Philip J. Mick Austin L. Miller James E. Miller W"'i'9'92l'f if 1, ,L,...., 4- -,,., . ,J , if. xi iw ff' if- M ' x .iii -Ja km it A' W ' 75 H1 , S , , Q 1 i AJ ' v ltli if Q -JQ2 J 'EBM -..,,, N-ff' Marsha E. Miller Stephen E. Miller James W. Minderman Jackie A. Miner Curtis W. Mock Deah L. Modlin Denise C. Moffett Robert A. Moore Dennis C. Morefield Darrell Morris Mark W. Muinch Brent W. Mullen Pamela T. Myer Rita J. Neier Pat A. Newman Paul K. Ngai Ruth A. Nichols Terry R. Nicholson Patrick S. Nip Rebecca L. Nolley Carol L. Nolot William L. Nusbaum Flick L. Oakes Mary Ann O'Brian Barbara A. O'Brien Louise D. Officer Colleen E. Ogdefl Dolores L. Osborn Douglas F. Otten Leon K. Ovelton Patricia K. Owen Rick J. Parrish Carol A. Parsons Gerald W. Patterson Debra L. Patton Christine L. Paulin Peggy A. Peelman Judy A. Penrod Beth A. Pepmeier Jeanette L. Peter 'US-l., N-OV s...r fl N17-1. ...,,, . . .1 4,-, .W v ,,,, Yi we . f 'F' X 1 . A fi' ,.,. we 3 'W .wr A .AV :rffriif 1 X. " 'L . Brent G. Peterson Todd Pettigrew Diana J. Pickering Terri L. Pierce Karen S. Piske Robert M. Pittman Carol A. Pokem William H. Pollman Terry S. Polston Felix Sing Poon Charlotte K. Powell Gregory Powers Philip L. Preston Rick D. Provence Stephen C. Pullen Melody Purnell Paul S. Quillen Lisa J. Ramsey Mark E. Ramsey Dennis R. Randall John K. Ray Sue A. Ray Jane A. Recker John C. Redmond Jeff L. Reece Pamela S. Reece David A. Retek Gregory D. Reynolds Karen D. Reynolds Lisa Rhodes Alan B. Richards Sylvia E. Riester C7 'I' A! Richaro M. Ritz Deborah L. Robertson John L. Robideauz Mary J. Robinson Robin D. Robinson Susan A. Robinson Nancy J. Rodrick Beverly L. Roll Patricia A. Rooney James A. Rosberg Martin Rossmann Ellen S. Rowe Michael B. Royer Susan L. Rupert Denna E. Rutherford Rae A. Saalman Curtis A. SamU9lS Dave P. Schenk Patricia L. Schildmeier Patrick J. Schlegel 79 Sharon A. Schmitt a "'1,x .Koa Constance A. Schnell E Jane M. Schnur RWM Wi' Robert D. Schools Richard S. Schortgen Terrie L. Schriever Karen D. Schuckman Paul K. Schuldt Debra L. Schuler Wanda J. Schwartz Cherie Scott nd I O sl ,v Sl. , . f.If wwf ,xl 3 i 4 'grilf ilu... 1,113 ftw 915. 4 ,fihaglgw x. lin X Martin U. Sellers Mark W. Senter Janet Sexson Hugh J. Sexton Mary A. Seybold Joann Shafer Jacqueline S. Sharp Gregory L. Shirar Kris J. Sholty Richard K. Simpson Diana L, Skirvin Bernard F. Smith Charles E. Smith Jr. Gordon E. Smith Karen A. Smith Ollene V. Smith Paul E. Smith Paula R. Smith Shirley A. Smith Steven W. Smith Margaret J. Snider Nathan H. Spicer Thomas J. St. John Robin L. Stafford Marcia C. Stannard Larry W. Stearns Jane Steckler Scott P. Stephan Wanda L. Stephens Debbi L. Stiles Thomas A. Stiliabower Mary J. Stivers William S. Stoddard Karen S. Stogsdill Rick B. Stone Jeffery E. Straessle Martha P. Strand Kim M. Straty Hal Ft. Strong Anna M. Suggs eg 5 ie-9 915 Steven J. Sullivan James B. Summers Mathew A. Sutton Jeff B. Swanson Vncku A. Swarens Mark Sypnieski Andrew C. Tai Terri L. Talarek Gregory C. Tann Patrick J. Tanski Randy H. Taulman Jerry L. Taylor K in . Ralph Taylor Kenneth R. Teague Janet L. Templeton John R. Terhune Sue C. Thackery Lynda L. Thomas Gloria E. Thompson Ed T. Thurman Thomas R. Tibbott Margaret H. Till James F. Tillett Charlie I. Todd David E. Todd Timmy L. Treece Iris T. Trent Jennifer L. Triggs Carla K. Trump Kevin D. Truttling Jackal J. Tse Karen F. Urbancic '1'ri' T r'lr' gg K, ,,..,,,.:,.,w, f-Wf fi L X 4 I 'K Ellifiiififf , ,, 'W .f-:LZ ", T i I fl ' H. Q ,,,. V, My 11 ! I N A ., W J 4 fi W 54? mv " ' ' Q A gif x,?MAg4.-v lx gy an 9 " fail? my if KM? af X fl! a M 8 i Z ,ef AV 5 2 if t i h'.l T Robert M. Valdez Charles E. VanCamp Katherine A. Varda Janice D. Vincent William H. Vogel Terry D. Wagoner Christine M. Wajda Dan J. Waller Beth A. Walsh Jennie L. Walters Richard A. Walton Tobias O. Warentho Steven K. Washington Lee A. Waters Kristi L. Watkins Theodore W. Watkins Shirley M. Watters Bruce ,Weatherholt Jennifer S. Weathers Claire A. Webb Darla G. Webber Treva J. Webster Preston T. Weddel Vicki J. Weddell Alan D. Weems' Susan A. Weiss Ed A. Wellman Ronald L. Welp Lawrence B. West Jerome A. Wheatley . L Sno E. White Darlene Wampler M, I E Nt N Exe gl Q F3 "J'pll x M-away XENA N Klidetta D. White Virginia Wibert Emma L. Wichlacz David Fl. Williams Debra L. Williams Garry L. Williams Patricia M. Williams Barry L. Willingham Edwin L. Wilson Pamela R. Wilson Jacquelyn T. Winkler Sherry L. Wolf Michael D. Wood Stephanie D. Wood Walter Woodhams Gregory A. Wooten James B. Wyant Nancy Wyzga James D. Young Diann K. Zehr x .nk W v Y , rQN'Q ,Q , -ef --all P53-Z-m-ZH,---cz Dr. Isaac K. Beckes President A , ' Dr. Jack Boftenfield V ice-President will was '4- Dr. J. Edward Klinker Mr' Jerry Gegenhelmer Dean of Faculty Dean of Students N Q Dr. Phillip Summers Miss Cornelia Carter Re9l5l"U" Assistant to the President Y 3 in ,,,,, rf- ? Gazella Summitt Robert H. Nelson Adm. Asst.-to President Director, Institutional Research . as 'f K 2 ef- - 'e .1':Q,, 1 .! , .1s.'V,. 3 J" , r- s R , ., 9 Af. f -4 . K I.- A , D , v-. n-,ir "4 7' ,-Q D . '- fx ,- u 'JNL 'twf' fee' f ' aff ,uf ' ' t , , , , hw, 92 ,.. qs., nv 'v fn ,.r - Q U 11 " '. xii ,t1"4' Gordon Goodman Director, Placement Bureau c , Mffswf, ' A . D 545 at-:ga 2 ,.15r'a,, k l l , 21:6 'sffi 'fxfxx gg. t P Vi-UNi..xx2if1xQ4ki J, Barbara DeBoer Director, Public Relations Ted Lane Director, Adult Education William Heller Chief Accountant ,Al ff! William J. Lindsey Christina Ernst CHFTIDUS AFCNTGCT Field Service Representative ai 5 Robert Slayton Director, Shake Library A L hs' Carl Weidner Purchasing Agent Q 'IP' fm ,F ,M , Thomas K. Krasean 1' ,A ft, Director, Lewis Historical Library 1.LL-l.1 ,Ati-1 spur- r A uf l"""'N J. Rollie Orr Chief, Campus Security ! QQ gf' ,t ' has Randall Schormann August Schultheis PatrickMinderman DirGCTOr, Learning Resource Center Associate Director, Admissions Counselor 94 jr Tim Weaver Director, Student Activities ,,",pmns.k ' .Bl1"""""'A' 1? G. Franklyn Wyatt Director, U.C.C.F. 3 5 ,, 'fel W" X. - Wm. ,QS .Z 'ss fe Ai. . N35 ,A Ralph Smith Barrett Baxendaie Robert C. Hyatt Director, Field Services Associate Director, Field Services Business Manager il' N , . . 3 ,A Rollin Robb A - - Robert Schultheis Robert "Gus" STGVGFIS Audkyvisual Technician Editor, Valley Advance WVUT Station Manager Robert R. Ricks Manager, Airoort Frank Zoll Assistant to the President 96 Alice L. Bey Purchasing Office -....,Jv Catherine E. Duesterberg Bookstore Bobbie E. Kizer Secretary Nancy L. Brasseur Mildred L. Brothers Secretary to Mr. Lindsey Bookstore P' grum- Pearl A. Ellis Mary L. Faulkner Secretary to Purchasing Agent Head Switchboard Operator Margaret S. McCrary Kathy J. McKinley BOOKSTOFG Secretary, Miss Carter iii - . ,,,.. .. . ,gh X mix 'S fx fv- Barbara J. Meier Bookstore CyndiJ. Rinehart Diana V. Updike Secretary to President Purchasing Office Violet L. Buescher Paraprofessional Coordinator. ABE Catherine M. Higgins Secretary to Vice President gt . - , -4 egg atb' Marie McQuaid Manager, Bookstore A . tsse I me fi Wanda S. Williams Adm. Sec. to Dean of Faculty l.I..l Gary Keller Director, Jack Fowler Morris Han Director, Housing w Virginia White Director, 'Harrison H all Iva Novak Director, Emison Hall Elaine Tsangarides Assistant Director, Emison Hall -HDOC---4 LI.I E Z1 1 OO .MI-ff' ' . f-i 4 X . Chelsea L. Lawlis Chairman, Social Science Phillip M. Summers Chairman, Student Personnel Curtis A. Dhonau Chairman, Science and Mathematics . I . Bill Spence Dir6CfOl'. Career Chairman, Humanities Harriette G. Klinker f-... 5 W xi g .f ,, as at gf Dorothy G. Bailey Jay A- Bardole Instructor, English Professor, Chemistry 3355? NN V' t W 'uggggwk lllllwy i llltl Cx 'L L. Joe Beach Associate Professor, Building Trades Martha M. Berry Director, Reading Laboratory cf.. ,t Charles J. Beall Assistant Professor, Music Henry D. Bobe Lab Instructor, Chemistry Gene R. Bathe instructor, Auto Mechanics Robert L. Beeson Instructor, Life Science Kendall E. BOI'Tlb8l'd Assistant Professor, Electronics 1 LeRoy P. Breimeier Assistant Professor, Chemistry Robert K. Cagle Professor, English and Speech 'Q--me-pl James M. Dailey 'X x X Y . . I at 1 ' 1 5 Vera L. Brenton Associate Professor, Languages William L. Brooks Director, Food Service qg......a..,.... Neal Catt James T. Cook Lab Instructor, Earth Science Assistant Professor. Drafting Caroll R. Deem Cyrus A. Deem Assistant Professor, Social Science Professor, Home Economics ASSJSTSVTT Pl'0f9SS0f. Building TFHGGS 102 wx Em! Gary DGFTTDSGY Sharon L. Dempsey Curtis A. Dhonau Director, Bands Instructor, English PI'Of9SSOf, Cl'16miSfl'V sr-'-1-X m rllfi n D. was ns Deborah Dodson Assistant Professor, Life Science James E. Dodson Associate Professor, Life Science June Dollahan Dale E. Dowden Jack Eads Professor, Psychology and English Associate Professor, Chemistry Coordinator, Law Enforcement Richard D. Eavey Assistant Professor, Electronics Ernestine T. Farrell Assistant Professor, English 104 Larry D. Edwards Laura B. Edwards Associate Professor, English Instructor, English Ms gs, , .., ,,,, 1 ' 5-Qfqs 'flirt ,ss Gail Feagans Patricia Fleck Instructor, Nursing Assistant Instructor, P.E. ! :lit William G. Galligan Karen R. Gines Associate Professor, Philosophy Coordinator, Practical Nursing 'fx Stephen Graham Edmond Henry Associate Professor, Business Assistant Professor, P.E. -1..s....g Vernon Houchins Jeffrey Huxley Associate Professor, P.E. Assistant Professor, Mathematics M. Lee Godare Chairman, Health Occupations as t Walter Hollingsworth Chairman, Aviation Mechanics hc,-v P John T. Ingram Instructor, Graphic Arts Technology FW! 40---.f I James Jernigan Betty M. Johnson Linda D. Jones Director, WVUT-TV Instructor, En I' h O g is Associate Professor, Mathematics its "N-at Liliane Krasean Lab Instructor, Languages Marjorie Land Assistant Professor, English 'L ' , A Q .esgf , Chelsea L. Lawlis 4319, E , --'f"'.ff. ..f ?it'? we tu 5' '. ' . W 5i,f3Pt,-:?2.:,.I:figf'?f' 3 gig,51?fg,?gsRgSzgA, . Ne. '-iftffi l H . x f.'fKEs'l1ffbf'?" ,JZ l. jeLf:.',,.,,.j:jl11s,Ii',',, 'fn af.. ,,."f-itfiwig ,figfrx '- at A'wgvfzgmxffqarmy,, H .ni"Ri't-'V 'SF 1' ' - Q' 'iafmf 4f'n'1z4-V'-' r , Martha Libby Chairman, Social Science Division Associate Professor, English Terry McCraney Associate Professor, Social Science Donald Marquez Chief Instructor, Flight Darwin K. Lindsey Draftsman, Campus Development x X as A 4 fn J ohn McCuistion Assistant Professor, Art , JV Q 'xv Edith May Associate Professor, Data Processing wfbczrr' Forrest MCG-lone Professor, Business Michael Meagher Instructor, Food Management S O David J. Messer Elizabeth A. Michael Carol Miley Curriculum Advisor, Nursing Instructor, English Lab, Bowling Lanes v l D O l 1 A g lf' . . .4 4 ' 'i 1 .. Q , ' , 1 a 0 o ' 45, l ' . 0 I ' I C I 9 0 ' , 9 4 if i Marjorie Miller Associate Professor, Nursing 'ff""'3" u 'S lx Andrea Myers Chairman, Physical Education Department 108 Virginia H. Miller John Milligan lr1S1I'uCfOI', Science Assistant Professor, Auto Mechanics 4.,u,,, , at .Ig 4 ,,..,,, , a Jack Nowling Instructor, Aviation'Mechanics Jeanette Olsen Lab, Bowling Lanes 'Nw Robert H. Orr John Ostendorf Dgrgthy Palmer Professor. Social Science Associate Professor, Engineering Assistant Professor, Science Carol Pfaff Assistant Professor, Business - X ,y kiss- A i ' ,sss E ww-1 s gg ? gif. . . ..., , . ,,,.. .,,....,,.... , ,:.. in ,.,. . .. ,,.. ., ...M swf A a Lary Pierce Assistant Professor, Commercial Art Phillip E. Pierpont Richard Pointer Joseph E. Raley Associate Professor, English Associate Professor, Drafting Associate Professor, English George Ridgway Daryle Riegle Stella Risch Assistant Professor of Drafting Professor of Physics Associate Professor of Nursing Earl Robertson Ernest R. Roller Ellen M. Scanlin Instructor in Distributive Education Instructor of Flight Associate Professor, English 110 W1 John Schmeling Susan Schmeling Dennis E. Shappard Assistant Professor of Social Science Associate Professor of English IHSTFUCTOV, EleCTfOr1iCS ' K r 'k'k'k ' 215221-5f,: - - ' ffni iggi, , .. K ..,,,K F Gary W. Shepherd Karen S. Shepherd Marjorie A. Simon Chairman, Speech Deptarfmenf Assistant Professor of English instructor of English and Art A fa, Steven Simonds Gerald Smith Austin Snyder Associate Professor of Auto Mechanics Associate Pr0f6SSOr Of Business N li N l k Seth Sparkman Warren Stephenson Instructor of Broadcast Associate Professor of Physics at Q -, T' 112 rdf' 'lg James D. Stewart Associate Professor of Earth Science Aaron B. Stills Director, Afro-American Studies James E. Sullivan Instructor of Bowling Equipment Edward A. Szymanczyk Bliss Talley A Ralph D. Templeton Assistant Professor of Cooperative Part-Time Professor of Social Science Assistant Chairman, Social Science Education 5- ......- 'iZ'L""' James Trinowski Mary J. Trimbo Program Manager, WVUB-FM Assistant Professor of English 8 Speech Martha Thompson Assistant Professor of English 1.4, S Q"'!' Judith Wagner Linda J. Tucker Mary Van Meter Instructor of Music Professor of Art Assistant Professor of Business 3 A, '77 I1 fx , Fififll 2 - or K , .Q , ,-Sm: '--" - H as . .- ills ' -. A' xi' 15 xx rs' if 33 4,4 si 5 5' XX Q w B xi 'Sf V M t Q N 'E 'M 'H 3 2 -sw Y wise g ggxp t it mais 5 ,ff gix kk 1, X, . . ., , ,ffij Lena Walden Fred Walker Jr. Professor of Business Professor of Journalism 114 1 I i i i H arry T: Watts-J r. Flight Instructor George Whitehouse Instructor of Auto Mechanics Everett T. Wood Instructor, Respiratory Therapy bn-I-4----mm l E E PER E ER B E PT SE Pieces of watermelon, old-time movies, and dancing were the major activities of the first big weekend -the September Experience. After competing with each other to see who could eat a slice of i f E watermelon in the least time, the students gathered to watch such old-time movie gpgi X 4i" W favorites as "Road Runner", Keystone l isff f 5- Kops, charlie cnapiin. and Mae west. gririi rss ts yy 'N at . in V 27 kr, ,.,, M y In A ry 4 H I ' ,t .Q Q 2 ,LL E Jerry Wiggins trightl make sure plenty of water- E . A- X melon is available for the contestants. KBeIowJ if? I A A M F Q Some of the contestants as they await the starting f t , . , signal. iv 116 l f J , 2,, Q I W' , . Q ., lTopJ Viewers of the old-time movies made themselves Different reactions are evidenti as these 'girls' prepare comfortable as they awaited the beginning. fBelowJ to participate in the watermelon-eating festivities. iTopJ These girls show biie- winning form as they dig into the watermelon with obvious delight. fBeIowJ All that remains after the contest are seed and rinds. 1-18 Lynn Walston and Dan Tieken combine their efforts as they try to improve their team's position in the Tandem Bike race. Racing bicycles and rock music were featured during this year's Tandem Bicycle Weekend. Festivities began with the Mo McGuire rock group of Chicago, but the main events were on Saturday. Eleven teams started the race with seven completing the fifteen laps. As a result of the Le Mans start, the teams jockeyed for advantageous positions during the first few laps. Finally, theiHarrison Residence Hall team established a lead and completed the fifteen laps in 26 minutes and 29 seconds. Lambda Chi Alpha finished second, just 33 seconds behind the winners. Clark Residence Hall was third, 34 seconds off the pace. The weekend festivities ended Saturday night with a concert by the Ginger rock group. Spills were frequent as the riders made tneir ex- changes. In this exchange, however, one of the KOP bikes ran over Mark Vogue of the Lambda Chi Alpha team. -I I'I'l E ITI I'I'I I'I'l l'l'l This smooth rider ex- change helped the Harrison Residence Hall team to complete the fifteen laps in the fastest time, 26:29. Prof. Jack Eads waves the checkered flag to signal the completion of the fifteen laps. 120 . 'pf ' ",- i- ""' as A-fi'- ,, B ..-, at . t s ,, ' ss- . gitt c 91-5 .ST ft ' Q "ki ' .. 12 453. 5T4,ff'f1f3:- 7 ' i ' -."' z u?"- ff- H " ' ,X ., K s Members of third place finisher, Clark Residence Hall, include ibackl Rick Root, Bruce Gilbert, Mark Neukam, Ted Lewis, and Ken Wells, 1 ikneelingi Rita Neier, Judy Penrod, Cindy 2 Carrithers, Lillian Gonser, and Sue Rupertg tfronti i Dave Woodmeyer. During the thirteenth lap, the race took a Hall, oi the Emison Residence Hall team, Mafk Neukam and CindY Caffithefs 'ean into serious turn as Linda St. Onge and Jeff crashed after skidding on one of theturns. aturn as the Clark Residence Hall team records the third best time for the race. 121 Expo '74 provided the community an oppor- tunity to view the variety of academic areas as well as experience the students' involve- ment in the University community. Exhibits and displays from the various divisions indi- cated the opportunities for students. Enter- tainment included performances by student groups such as Roaring Twenties and the Stage Band, plus Prof. Richard Ertel at the Wurlitzer organ. Prof. Mary Van Meter explained the offerings and oppor- tunities for people interested in art. fBelowJ Obvious interest is reflected on the faces of these viewers. 122 .6 lLeftJ Brenda Burnworth took her chances in the dunk tank while lbelowj viewers took their chances on prizes being offered by the DECA Club. 123 3 f C '5- While one participant viewed the electronic display, another found a convenient corner in which to relax. lRightJ Prof. John Walker explained an aspect of science to two in- terested girls. 124 The 1974 Dad's Weekend began with the ever- popular All-Campus Variety Show during which the various social organizations and individuals com- peted for awards. Versatility and creativity were apparent as the participants presented their acts. ln addition to the Variety Show, Dad's weekend also provided opportunities for Dads and students to participate with each other and against each other in friendly competition. The Saturday night special entertainment featured the nationally known rock group, "The Association." lLeftJ Kevin Orput served as emcee of the All-Campus Variety Show. fBeIowJ As usual, the Roaring Twenties group provided some of the most entertaining moments for the capacity audience. CD l'I'I l"I'l I"I'I 5 Two of the soloists, Scarlett Rabb trightj and John Sprouse Kextreme rightl, entertain the capacity audience during the annual Dad's Weekend Variety Show. tBelowJ Only the imagination limits the variety of entertain- ment during the Dad's Week- end Variety Show. Lambda Chi Alpha's skit emphasized the "Barn Dance" Theme 126 Soloist Susan Husted iupper leftl and the Roaring Twenties lupper right! received enthu- siastic audience reaction for their performances. At the left is a view of the Alpha Theta Chi skit. 127 fRightJ Dads and students find their seats as they await the beginning of the Pop concert featuring "The Asso- ciationnfbelowl. 28 E. be 'Q u. H1 3 7 . .,-:fi if x J , . , if, ,.J-' ' 'xt' y,x,,, ks .N , Activities designed to attract the interests of all students made the 1974 Homecoming a success. Dances, dinners, basketball games, parade, and the queen contest were the major activ- ities of the weekend. The crowning event of the weekend was the selection of Rita Neier as queen. Surprise is the reaction from Rita Neier as she is selected queen for the 1974 Homecoming. lBelowl Following her selection as queen, Rita Neier has her crown placed on her head by Dr. Isaac K. Beckes, president of V. U. 45, Ns was t , 11.1 , ,, ,....., . 'fd' . ---fiszwwj ' , ig V'-if cr- .f rv fr-. ,, . is i 129 I"I'l Beauty always has a place in a parade and the Homecoming Parade had its share. ln one of the parade cars lbelowl were the Homecoming Queen Court, Sophie Yee, Tonya Johanningsmeier, Sue Rupert, and Indiana lrightl. aff 'P ' ' as .Q ' Q , K- N f. sing ..:. ' ,z W ff f at . 1 .mms - - t, . fx, . rf' - - Tw. ' A.. .. , tg Q 1 ,M 'nfs-..:E.,.... V K i . wk i f K' ,- Q. ' -. W-.fggf K , ,F - . g - X M.. .. .. - .., as .- ,,:L... . frf- , . - 1,-, - W 394, 'F Q 1 3? ,S .L 5 N 1 H . X A . . in . Q I a, I K . I . K . S s :g If-'A , . , f 4 W si 4 Q4 7 N 'ss N '- Q , I ws was gawk, 5 F E Q 4' Shirley Smith. Also in the parade was Penny Tichenor, former Miss 3? - as - 'r KX S 1 3. 'lv I 4 4 V Q 4 I f lg! 4 W, !, ci if A f ' 'i ,,, 5 " sb X, 4l 'nf- MDD? , "7 ' .slff Q.--4 'nf ' sit- f n s, 15- ss y - r A 'fgv Q xv x -, in ' W -S . "wr iii! g '- A' 5 ' mf ,- Till , 'Z y ' xafsia s C ' N N X-ft. -..Q ., ..-. Y One of the more intricate floats was produced by the Auto Mechanics Club emphasizing a carnival display. 130 Selected as parade marshal and to receive the "Extra Mile" Award was Anton Hulman. The award is pre- sented annually to a person who has contributed greatly to his or her community. Homecoming Queen Rita Neier ileftl and Clark Hall G. D. I. labovel 131 Members of the Student Senate Executive Coun- cil fupperl the Sigma Pi float Ccenterj, and Clark's Volunteers fbelowj add to the parade. i iv l 132 UAL' Two vehiclesx carried the Trailblazer cheerleaders overthe route while Mark Neukam drove the tractor pulling the Clark Residence Hall float. 133 L FESTI ERI FR 134 i A variety of activities highlighted the Afro-American Festival. Among them were a lecture, music, dances, and an open house. Dr. Joseph Pentecoste, director of the Afro-American studies at Indiana University Northwest Regional Campus at Gary, discussed the educational skills blackstudents need if they are to develop marketable talents. Following the dis- cussion, the Indiana State University Majestic Gospel Choir presented an inspiring program. The 43-member Afro-American Arts Institute Soul Revue oflndiana University presented soul music that has been popularized by such artists as Aretha Franklin, Buddy Miles, and the O'Jays. Bringing the Festival to a successful close was Billy Wooten, vibrophonist from Indianapolis. f- fs: ' .. K '-.: is if 4' """r'u ,-Lf NX gx - -4 ,.., ,ft Q. X -L .xx Straw A 3 nl! f-4 .,,. g ' - .19 1' -Q. we Vincennes University's 32.7 million all-sports facility was dedicated Nov. 18, putting all athletic activ- ities under a single roof. The 126,018 square foot structure contains areas specified for inter- collegiate events, intramural competition, physical education classes, and general recreation. In addition to the facilities in the building are the outside facilities including the baseball diamond, an all-weather asphalt track, tennis courts, and a softball field. 135.2 Q. .u.ug"'r A n M i,,:xgsQii?N in 2 3, 4 in '7 , , ff, ,,' X, ., K 5 , . . Sri . A . 9' in 2- yu' v .,t,,v,i 4 -, , s. , ,. gp, -4. M .f,. ,. . ,K A' 1 ' all 12.51 ' ' -yt 4 1. 4, shy 1, ,V ,. 1,1411 1 fl F at A as , 135 42' TU !"" 'U I1 rn rn :' Dedication of the new PE.-R. Complex involved all aspects of the university family and the greater Vincennes community. Former Miss VU and Miss 500, Andrea McCall Crightj led the group singing the Alma Mater. Dr. Beckes related the circumstances pertain- ing to the all-sports facility and then introduced the university staff members directly connected with the sports programs. These staff members include Brenda Burnworht, Mike Miles, Jeff Huxley, Arthur Cortez, Pat Fleck, Andrea Myers, Allen Bradfield, Wayne Wilson, Wayne Hopf, Terry McCraney, Nancy Fearheiley, Richard Pointer, and Pat Minderman. ,svn w 36 g i gg, tttt t ,c ttttt,,,,t ,W g tl? i i W -up-V Q- -f--Q... -....,'s. At the left is a portion of the capacity crowd attend- ing the dedication cere- monies. bb Mf!,,,,f lu.: At left, Terri Kauffman, Miss VU '74, draws the lucky number for one of the prizes. At right, Penny Tichenor, Miss VU '72, led the audience in singing the national anthem. 137 If-,. A ,J Vincennes swimmers and Indi- ana University divers add to the dedication ceremonies. 138 ,yd Nw ,fi-H""" -ci E .- ,F .u..:..M...mn.-..-M , T? 45 S 0 .EQ Eg, .:k,,:7: K .Msg 5 l Ffiirgi if 257: t -We sf Q - . . ,. ...al . T 'A Q f . , Yi! X if 7 L'W' Q, l 1 A: I' 4 iff. s f 2 fgfr l. iii: el sw asir'w.,s,..fxi1 sift "r "!"1. ' 9. f ' m I . In the upper photo, one of the I.U. divers provides some comedy relief as he performs his clown routine. ln the lower photos, another phase of the dedication ceremonies-bas- ketball-is stressed. In the left photo, Lawrence Boston C443 stretches as he scores two for VU. ln the right photo, Tom Harris sends the ball towards the goal, over the defense. 139 Ll.I .I 1 7: Green Auditorium became a minature gambling casino for one evening. After receiving S200 in "fake" money, participating students had a choice of blackjack, chuck-o- luck, over-under, poker, roulette, solitaire, and wheel of fortune. Following the "gambling", the winners had the opportunity to bid on various items. At the right is the wheel of fortune which separated many participants from their "fortunes" Below, Prof. Leroy Briemeyer keeps a watchful eye on the game. 140 ,af iLeftJ Steve Brandenberg plays intently while Beth Ann Peak appears to be amused. vii M...,,N3,f .Q .-f' av - 3 L, ,,tt Q ..... wks Reactions from obvious pleasure to studied S intensity are reflected in the facial expressions of the participants. is Q. f. -. W'- Knowledge for Vincennes University students comes in a variety of forms. Some of it comes from individuals who have national reputations. Among the subjects covered during the convocations were the future of energy religion, literature, extra sensory perception, space, and music. Pictured at the right is Leonard Nimoy, Mr. Spock of the television series 'Star Trek', who entertained his audi- ence with comments onthe mind. Below is Judith Christ, noted literary critic, who commented on today's movies and literature. 42 Former astronaut Commander Scott Carpenter discussed energy consumption and environ- mental problems before a standing room only audience. He noted that the solutions to these problems must come from the American youth. f N its pl David Hoy, television and radio personality, discussed extra sensory perception, applying his skills to questions pertaining to a person's personal life. John Gardner tabovel, nove'list, discussed religion with his audience. 143 PPI E One hundred and four Associate Degree nursing students received their caps in an impressive candle- light ceremony. This cermony in- volves students who have completed one full semester in the nursing program and have three more to complete. During the ceremony, the students dedicated themselves to their pro- fession and humanity. CRightl Shelly Barrett represented the members of the class as she expressed thanks to all who had a part helping the students in their endeavors. After making some personal comments, she concluded byobserving that nursing students have two goals- self achievement and serving humanity. iAboveJ The impressive Nightingale Lamp ceremony was a highlight for the nursing students. ilftightl Lloyd D. Harry was selected by the other nursing students to be the master of ceremonies. 144 At left, Shelly Barrett recieved her cap from Prof. Lee Godare, chairperson of Health Occupations. Below, Phyllis Chapman lights her candle from one held by Prot. Marjorie Miller. l 2 ? li . has J Following the ceremony, the nursing students filed out as Prof. Richard Ertel played recessional music. 45 TEST SPEE RRK5 46 Four student speakers survived the preliminary rounds of speaking to become the finalists in the annual Harrison Speech Contest. Covering a broad range of topics pertaining to subjects of national interests, these students made their persuasive speeches before a highly recep- tive audience. Brad Brothers' topic was "Whales: An Endangered Species," while Jeff Kendall presented his view- points on 'iAbortion." Andre Harris selected "Federal Aid to Education" and Roger Richard, "Nuclear Energy Source." Jeff Kendall Andre Harris l Roger Richard L,-N 3 .,, H, as it J K I . , 1- . 3,152 ' I q i f , f' i 1. 3 s 1? XX .5 I , . Stn, e+ L- .94 . Q f- .,-4 ' : I , as r"'i: ,Q . ff ,1 .sp f ar? Q. q .- ,W ,' 'R 1 if" ' . .533 K4- Y K4 Aix! ,y x, L I S f 1 'im --fu:-:gag ii as L1.,,LL. L , 5m:2'1:mE?f5He Ax" fav 4 R 55 'RQ Y 2 x H . - '35 s . .ia-Q 1, ,, 51' sf g - S I lies., A u 4'-Q, J - Q J' X i 2 90 i W-Q 'S 4 Q wl ik L was s 1 ll: Always willing to participate is the VU Stage Band directed by Prof. Gary Dempsey. At the right is Barbara Link. Below is the entire cast as it presents the Grand Finale to the Variety Show. 150 The Miss VU 1975 Pageant was one of the highlights during the Mom's Weekend festivities. Ten semi-finalists, selected from twenty-tvvo contestants, com- peted forthe top honor. Chosen to be Miss VU 1975 was Miss Deborah Craft, a freshman law enforcement tech- nology major. The selection was based upon evening govvn, swim suit, and talent competition. First runner-up honors went to Patricia Braun. OtherfinalistswereSallyMcRae, second runner-upg Beth Ann Peak, third runner-upg and Barbara Coons, fourth runner- up. 53 an C 'U I'1'l -'I yr' At left is Debbie Craft, Miss VU 1975, after her selection. In the upper photo, Miss Craft is crowned by Terri Kauffmann, Miss VU 1974. Harrison Residence Hall won the men's bicycle race and Emison Residence Hall won the women's race during the last major activity sched- uled forthe school year. By winning the event for the third straight year, Harrison gained permanent possession of the traveling trophy. lt set a new record-covering the 30 laps in 45:44. Emison completed its five- Iap race by a margin of five seconds, edging Beta Xi which finished second. Following Harrison in the men's race were Clark Residence Hall, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Nu, Morris Residence Hall, and Sigma Pi In the girl's race, Sigma Pi Little Sisters, Alpha Theta Chi, and Clark Residence Hall followed Emison Residence Hall and Beta Xi. Members of the record setting Harrison Residence Hall bike team include tfrontl Mike Bethal, Craig Hughlette, Steve Sullivan, and Jon Hallg tbackl Gary Haynes, Jon Cooper, Martin Rossman, Lyn Jerkins, Lyle Kinder, Lynwood Hall, Jeff Hall, Mike Stovall, Keith Eickhoff, and Mark Mariutto. hail xxx if cuff lv u - Becoming familiar with the track and warming up appropriately can provide an advantage for the riders when split-second decisions must be made. In the photo above, Harrison and Clark residence halls "get the feel of the track." These two teams finished in first and second places. Members of Sigma Pls' bike team appear relaxed before the start of the race. Pictured are Ray Lewis, J im Armstrong, John Housewright, Pat Tanski, and Mike Rowlings. 153 4 Q, V i .,, , L I 3. A -.. Q' is f I P A X g, ,, ' w- and "-' - .sl ' wig MMM: X L .st 1 N N j 1.-xx ,.,A,,- , AK' .rx A' , . 6. . s L 1 t ' h M A, it 53" g.fQ.....--S, 35. it t at 1 6519! ' ,LL -VL- - - LL s is 4r4,f""g', A up .nh-up is ,wg Q--4 N ' ek ,,LL.L,, ,t ,,LL Q 1 ' .. In the upper photo, a portion of the crowd sitting behind to Sigma Phi Epsilon riders who had difficulty making an the Clark Residence Hall pits wait for the action to begin. exchange. in the lower photo, Chuck Link provides a helping hand - gggm, ...., . ,.:f,,,,.. uu nun Beta Xi's bike team and its supporters relax and enjoy ..-ps . , 'sa K J , , the activities while lbelowj the Clark Residence Hall girls team members discuss the results of their efforts. zfgl W fl, ,,,,, It ...... "'.-3 avi i if ,,,, 155 5 The Beta Xi team got off to a short lead at the beginning of the race. However, at the end Beta Xi was second, five seconds behind Emison Residence Hall. 156 O-NQPZ-NP---02m IU Q.. Phi Theta K OFFICERS of Phi Theta Kappa were Jackie Brooks, treasurer, Frances Jaquess, secretary, Phyllis Howard, public relationsg Charles Crosby, presidentg Rosie Selm, historian, and Prof. Larry Edwards, sponsor. MEMBERS of PhiTheta Kappa included Charles D. Crosby, Karla Charnekar, Kevin Kamphues, Larry Lanigan, David Sharp, Randall Kirk, Michael Busart, MikeCopple,TerryMalander,AnthonySikkeeYeung, DudleyBaughn, Bruce Weatherholt, Jeff Swanson, Jackal Jeun-Cheung Tse, Steve Lawton, Leo Yui-Hung Law, Wanda Diane Head, Sue Payne, Jeanette Peter, Pansy Tong Vivienne Wong, Marcia Cardinal, Mamcy Lee Newman, Patricia Eaden, Kay Newton, Garrv L. Schultz, Stephen A. Hoskins, John A. Kiptz, Glen R. 158 Nw Isesssa Edmondson, Simeon Lau, Andrew Tai, Luke Lee, Gavin Choi, Ming Kwan Tse,FelixPoon,SteveJeffries,MarkKendall,RandyCrismore,MarkNeukam, RobertJ. Fuhs,Craig Eichhorn, Joe Shelton, Mary L. Larkin, Sheila Baumert, Diane Dailey, Mary Jo Sampson, Becky Spangle, Michael Stovall, Jeff Strange, Terry Voignier, Andre Harris, Simon K. Chau, Dominic K. Lo, Deborah Beyers, Gregg M. Goff, Wale J. Waters, David A. Shonk, Rosie Selm, Jackie Brooks, Frances Jaquess, and Phyllis Howard. -- l .fi 13' I . , Qi' MEMBERS of the Agriculture Club include Dr, William Steve Cardinal, Wally Schaaf Jr., president, Vic Coulson, Tree-se, Sponsor: Allan Bradley. treasurer: Pai Schle-Qel: Gordon Smith, Prof. Leroy Breimeier, sponsor. Diana Pickering, secretary, Mary Padgett, Floyd Atsmang .. X' ' if-rv 314' y Debbie Peebles, lrvin Wynn, Sondra Grady, Arthur Hawkins, Kevin Harmon, and Terry Collins. Members include ltop to bottoml David Rogers, X X , N rx 'is " ALPHA XQIGD. 46.04 K it a J fa veil' 159 3 LQ -1 gl Z :F : ? CD S2 : cr 9lldIV lld IV z d 2' DJ T i IB Q i 2- i O V! 'S T 4 V1 .2 F: .Z 4 LJ 4 4 Z 43 'C Z 3 C11 Z -O -5: .E GJ Q VI id 4 Z Q E.: E GJ Z 'B I-I-I 4 Z QD "C Z 4 III O lFront Rowl Pam Flint, Randy Crismore, Mark Senter, David Rogers, and Linda St. Onge. Theresa Cota, Steve Jeffriesg lBack Rowl James Turpin, INCLUDED in the club are Jasmin Kosticg MaryJo Sampsong Adams, secretaryg Marcia Stannard, treasurerg Shirley Shelia Baumert, presidentg Debbie Recker, vice presidentg Pakerg and Pat Williams. Rebecca Spangleg Jackie Brooksg Terry Giovanonig Loretta iFrontJ Jerry Wiggins, Carol Abendroth, Sue Rupert, Powell, Andre Harris, Becky Spangle, Steve Jeffries, lbackl Mary Jo Sampson, Rusty Kirk, Keith Fisher, Dave iw if J' rrs ffi lFrontl Roy Lanahan, Tammy Smith, Duane Embree, Scott Champlin, Richard Oglesby, Kevin Finnegan, Criss Kerns, Jeff Conner, and Jim Weber, lbackl Hooman Safavi, instructor, Bob Curry, Ed Bozartts, Mike Stovall, Jeff Strange, and Linda St. Onqe. Bill Windle, Bob Hoffman, John Tolbert, Darrell Phillippe, Mike Knowles, Farokh Hariat, and Don Seketa. IS PI1 6 IU uag IE 0 may l CD S2 : 5' 161 .Q E GJ U Ll-I CJ E C 1 ul 'J c.5 5 -J fl' 5 Q Na- we s . fFrontl Sondra Grady, Leslie Bardizbanian, Lee Ann Newton, Carol Coosmang l3rd rowl Cindy St. Onge Waters, Rosie Selm, Caroll Deem, advisorg t2nd rowl Debbie SWODQ, Linda St, Qnge, ROSemary Lutgring, Dorothy Young, Carol -Forbes, Jane Schnur, Veronica Debbie Beastall, and Niagara Dean, L-sz f LA' ,Q t tFrontJ Brenda Valle, Joan Johnson Karen Reynolds, Reynolds, Flemon Tarverg fback rowl Max Dust, Tina Kissell, Jan Templeton, Lee Kellems, Secretaryg president, Tom Tilton, Gordon Craig, John McClelland, f2nd rowl Bill Stoddard, Chuck Clark, treasurerg Greg and Rev. G. Franklyn Wyatt, chaplain. l Officers include Bill Richards, l Dennis Woody, John Long, -f i Steve Smith, and Robert Wood. Members include lfrontj Loy Spanger, Bill Richards, Charles Dienhart, Meter, Bob Webb, Steve Weeks, James Crays, Melvin M'cCord, Steve James Clapp, Dave Malish, John Long, Thomas Coomer, Bill Crabb, O'Brien,SteveSimonds, advisor, Bruce Linnewebber, George White- and Gene Bathe, advisor, l2nd rowl Dennis Woody, Ed Byerly, Jeff house, advisor, Michael Harvey, Doug Robson, Tony Blakely, and Robbins, Mark Cox, Robert Wood, John Trickler, Gary Birch, Kent Mike Anderson. Jeffers, Bob Fobes, and John Funk, lback rowl Steve Smith, Mark Van 5 2 ik O Z CD C5 :- QI E. fi vm 2 : :- 3 E as E .9 in its A-it-Q New M ... ,.. . fFrontJ Sno White and Leota Bingham, isecond rowi Ray Lewis, Karen Smith, Dave Johnson, Becky Kidwell, Dave Murtaugh, Tom Pieper, Jim Armstrong, Jim Watson, Rick Sheets, and John Baughng ithird rowl Roger Gribble, Rhea McCahon, John Valdez, Theresa Cota, Cindy Daugherty, Deb Thacker, Carol Parsons, Jenny Loughmiller, Barbara Link, Sue Bloss, and Randy Binckleyg fback rowl Mary Mowry, Al Cummings, Dave Janssen, Mike Rawlings, Kevin Matherly, Anita Hertzfelt, Jill Habben, and Sara Dillman, Little Sisters included lfrontl Jennifer Loughmiller, Karen Smith, Carol Parsons, Barbara Link, Theresa Cota, Debbie Thacker, Cindy Daugherty, Becky Kidwell, Vicki Gutt, and Jackie Winkler, lbackl Joyce Lane, Sara Dillman, Kathy Henn, Anita Hertzfelt, Mary Mowry, and Roberta Klotz. l 164 , V X yn.. Members include ffrontl Tamara Combs, Susanna Murry, Jean Davis, Shirley Bourland, Carolyn Orr, Gerry Cannon, Bonnie Walker, Terri Morgan, Debra Mills, Cheryl Larkin, Connie Fiorito, Renee Sims, Becky Robertson, and Joyce Miller, Susan Dages, and Karla Crawfordg fbackl Charlotte McKinney. Jane Flodrick, Cecilia McClure, Martha Legg, Jean Aiken, , . - 1: ,- 2. 1- 'jsxffiif F5511 'X -iggs, l f . K? - . , s J it ' it tt s v Sig .- ,,--i , .,,- X, - Members included ifrontl Lynn Moyer, Anna Huff, and Patti Buckley, l3rd rowl Tom Hovermale, W. Carter Ursey, Mike Owens, l2nd rowl Vern Houchins, advisor, Bill Burgess, Copple, Jack Willett, Walle Waters, Bev Mussleman, and RandyGIassburn, Diana Skirvin, Linda Thomas, Beth Archer, Pat Shoemaker, Cback rowl Gary Stemle, Sue Grams, Sue Robin Robinson, Debbie Ellis, Debra Provo, and Dan Bloss, and Greg Johnson. 'U H DI C5 :E fi 1nN GS oignnossv nag 9 ll! uoi '2 : 5' 4165 ub ngC li rin XP .91 ub CI rl A A i 555 1391 , A 2.4, lFrontJ Richard Torres, l2nd rowj Sam Artman, Tim Pelton, Bob Steve Miller, Doug Flickner, Charles Eichhoff, Larry Krack, Dave Hammond, Alan Jander, Dennis Kompier, George Pavel, C3rd rowl P5Ck9f,D3V9 B9mmQ9l', JHY Wolf, Tim AUKUGY, and Tim Summers. 66 -ni Ab Members of the club included Jobe Benjamin, Rose Karen Lammers, Terri Lauria, Charlene Day, Richard Pauw, Jim Yocom, Diane Desautels, Judy Foley, Liz Day, Karen Walker, Lisa Rhodes, Paul Smith, Klaus Ar- Gallagher, Roberta Klotz, Deanna Hawkins, Greg Rey- genski,Twila Black, and Prof.John McCuiston. nolds, Tony Kluesner, Micheal Caldwell, Wally Woodham, 1 it 4' f I K X ax, K Q K , , - A 6 I M Q' A,3...,,-p-aft--v-N 'ww - g ' A - ,V s ,QQ va. . h -f P5 if ' J"f',+f ' . ir"-J" G 7 Q 'J' 5 ' Ed 4. ' ' we X ., ,N k,,. , . I i A Q u V , ...f-Q -I ,gy . SL A , km? K SI Q?" ...M 1 T 1 or ' " " ' ' ' Q -if H v " YN, .Q it K .. sf K lFrontJ Harry Turulag l2nd rowl Jim Crask, Tim Denning, LYNN Taylor, Dave Ritter, Brian Figert, Rick Hargerg l5th rowj Jay Walston, Halterman, Mike Broadstreet, Byron Mathiasg l3rd rowl Steve Allen, August Schultheisv Ed Brown' Joe Brunner, Roy Riddle: f6th rowj Tony Puchley, Gene Kuntz, Gary Hiatt, Jim Foster, Dennis Randall, Bob Lakin and Rod Garrison- Ted Watkins, Mike Tartalg l4th rowl Hal Strong, Tom Fairley, Jerry 5, . ,1EWsM.' ' 'pkigpk 4 nga' 'X A YT-' QQ" t u f t lFrontl Ed Brown and Byron Mathias, lbackl Jim Crask, Tim Denning, Joe Brunner. TOFU Fairley, and Rick Harger. f lFrontJ Jan vincent, Jane Chowning, Mary Walters, Karla Charnekarg fbackl Bridget Ballard, Wendy Spaulding, Gail Hulbert, SueBuckett, Julie Harper, and Rita Hulett. !S wb 167 'a Q. I -Z 2- 4 as Q. Q.. ru :C SCROLLERS- lFrontJ Jack Lowry and Darrell Robisong lbackl Ralph Taylor and Albert Edwards, ft xQ-' X l lam 'ESL Ai, 5 3 - , , Ti? il, ACTIVES--Winston Whyte, Thomas Williams, and Henry Marks. KAPPA KlTTENS-- Alice Lucas, Cherie Scott, Paula Smith, Vivian Bullock, and Denise Murray. 168 'I'-r M' A, K - l 1, L ? , W! .f 1- ,A , Y: J + .F 'bb lil!! IJ! Hi IQ! UPN? iiiiiiiiii 1 9lldIV alll I QE !ll fi ., J 1 ii CDU CDU? 312515-Q 33:mCDx-- mo.--o' 4 ,4-U HCDCD I uz?'4Gm -- o 'ww E 9:22295 g2Q2ff,:Q 7ifD,., C 5"g-mJ'm9'..o. 7:-'4SDm3'm W o-4a '4cnx'n0 :':cn5CD m--5?-Q--1'3 0.1 c.o.,m5 207-TCDQCQD 93427203 5 5 -'2 Engqgg r. mro mm: :m5'9.:.:J: o.71..,mmo.rn awe as 35.3 cn""' fn 5 22722 0.35-ii mg-. he f-Jw camp'- CD31 3- o 5 E mm' F20 191 cn? -4m 175i 'A I Pledges include Sue Bloss. Sue Thackery, Kris Watkins, Le Ann Sumpner, Elaine Jacobson, and Jan Vincent. 5' 115' me 169 relies B16 ag., ,kg , -s..e an .l r , Y ' N' WK. A Q .pl nag, :rim Jw 1 -QL A A ,,.,..-----""""""""---..., u Exif! ,..,..,-9-'-"N" Adding color and precision to a number of activities are the Blazerettes. Among the members of the dance and drill team were Pam Redding, Dawn Harter, Shirley Watters, Wendy Wilson, Dana Hitchens, Kay Edwards, Carla Trump, Theresa Danforth, Jane Chowning, Sharon Schmitt, Kathi Smith, Rhonda Brenton, Margie Klein, Polly Duchemin, Sherry Wolf, Denyce Gillespie, Jamie Lussard, Carolyn Jones, Liz Gallagher, Sandy Strauch, Jeanine Roche, Sandy Grimes, Karen Urbancic, Pat Grimm, Pam Scur- lock, Margie Snyder, Mary Sykes, and Judy Cooper. 170 sm...-u :args can wi: - N J. .,.-A s 5 X was .gh nfs!! Rlsji- my n,,,,4M......-,--W -W ,..-., -- , , --.,-ff W fi- - 5 ,L - - , up 'QP B .. - A-- ff' -NAN,M,. K.. ,L N ,,... ,,,,.........ls.,. Members of the VU Concert Chorus participating in 'An Evening of Song' included lfirst rowl Martha Dean, Sandy Strauch, Sue Harris, Virginia Wibert, Wendy Brey, Beatrice Holland, and Alice Smith, isecond rowi Darlene Jones, Sue Thackery, Barbara Coons, Beth Ann Peak, Belinda Hawkins, Shirley Watters, Jasmin Kostic, Jana Hary, Deborah Brooks, and Mary Lou Sykesg ithird rowj Charles Jones, Steve Ware, Jerry Cannon, Chris Kearns, Craig Ashley, Henry Pong, John Sprouse, and Cheryl Worstellg Cback rowl Mark Blackman, James Tillett, Bryan Jackson, RobertScott, Dennis Morefield, Donald Franklin, Michael Wood, Victor Vance, John Hill, Curt Hawkins, and David Ritter, Melanie Kearns, accompanist. ...f'fg:w:s"Q t AQ, y ,. -J ff 1--if g 'iiiiiii Members from left to right include Larry Burns, Scarlett Beall, Jana Hary, Craig Ashley, Debbie Brooks, Beth Robb, John Sprouse, Susan Husted, Bill Fogel, Mary Lou Ann Peak, Jim Tillett, Barbara Coons, Blair Montgomery, Sykes, Dianne Beall, David Ritter, Virginia Wibert, Debbie Craft, and Bob Pate. Dennis Morefield, Martha Dean, Jerry Cannon, Charles uog 9 3 ll WD 1 Sli Oil 1 T il : LQ IND 2 MQ Z 2 'vi 2. Ll-I .: Q. as E .E If! Members included ifrontl John Terhune, Al Nuetzel, Vic Vance, Mike Johnson, Bill Vogel, Farok l-lariat, Ed Doyle, and Phil Morgang lbackl Kent Ames, Don Holcomb, Keith Fulz, Tim Harcort, Jim Fergus, Rich Floss, Steve Swinford, Gay Jones, Steve Bradley, and Jim Snyder, ltopj Rick Munds, Mark Gebhart, Bill Harshey, and Greg Johnson. Little Sisters included lfront rowl Kathy Jacobs, Pat Berryman, and Lois Nurrenburng l2nd rowj Mary Dawson and Dana Hitchensg i3rd rowj Jowyn Reed and Kay Edwards, lback rowl Kam Baker, Elisa Maris, Cathy Smith, Lynn Wininger, and Lana Hobbs. 172 , swfi Fel! ailfbi 1? Q iv? me 'MDE Officers included Jim Snyder, Tim Harcourt, Phil Morgan, and Rick Munds. C5 :- CD CD 2. CD cu Q.. CD 11 GA lFrom topl Marva Lee, Sara Dillman, Anna Suggs, Marilyn Foland, Carla Trump, Julie Taylor, and Rhea McCahon. 73 'C Z IB i 2 l GJ 51 Sta Ph Ps ega 3 74 Whether participating in variety shows luppert or Reeve, and Debra Schulerg lbackj Rick Stone, Dave presenting concerts, The Stage Band provided its share Boldrey, John Dora, Bryant Shepherd, Tom McKamey, ofenjoyment.Membersofthebandincludedlfrontl Steve Rick Ritz, Bob Pittman, Mike Mossman, and Nancy Sullivan, PhyllisChapman, Darryl Whitaker, Garry Schultz, Stinson. Joe Seubert, Mark Sypnieski. Debbie Whitehouse, Valerie Q ,wrt ,X Included are lfrontl Rodney Sims, Stephanie Scruggs, Anderson, Rita Branch, Gloria Smith,and Karen Banks. Stanley Calloway, and Kenny Thomasg llqackl Cheryl S - iris :WSW ,W Ap, , 31.5 X 25. ...,,.f- Lx . Q Neg. M Mt, .5 . -.A.. .M ...ts N A T-'num MW I Qygif. Myles Members included Cfrontl Kris Kritzinger, Mary Arends, Debbie Thacker, Marilyn Poland, Beth Fields, Wanda Schwartz, Leesa Garland, and Gloria Thompson: lsecond rowl Sno White, Janice Vincent, Nancy Vinson, Terri Burton, Vicki Gutt, Debbie Ellis, Deb Provo, and Julie Taylor, lbackl Sue Bay, Stephanie Lloyd, Bev Musselman, Barb Link, Dawna Davis, Sharon Graft, and Darlene Jones. Pictured at left are lfrontj Dawna Davis and Debbie Thackerg CSecond rovil Deb Provo and Leesa Garlandg Cback rowl Nancy Stinson, Sue Ray, Stephanie Lloyd, and Sno White. 175 3 CD -ln QI ?.i 5 2 if i Members included Cfrontl Keith Shaw, lsecond rowl Scott Sper- ling, Doug Boone, Damon Shake, and Charles Watkins, lthird rowl Steve Grey, Mark Bowen, Jack Bedan, Ralph Hamilton, and Gary Minarg Cback rowl Mike Carrie, Carl Snyder, Eugene Zagorski, and Tom Marshall. Little Sisters of Lambda Chi Alpha include lfrontl Chris Strombaugh, Deb McKey, Donna Krodel, Debbie Beastell, Cindy Ogden, and Colleen Ogden, lsecond rowl Pam Halt, Margie Klein, Sue Greenwell, Sherry Wolf, Kathy Hoffman, and Debbie Millsg iback rowl Wendy Wilson, Terri Kauffman, Shirley Watters, Kay Kite, Angie Phillips, and Liz Walters. 176 l I lFrQntj Susie Williams, Suzie Conrad, Barbara O'Brien, Millie Shouse, Rosie Griffith, Debbie Brewer, Nlafdee Susie Koors, Terry Malander, Martha Lutgring, Kathy Strand: I3rd rowl Pam Hall, Cheryl Arbeiter, Marsha Jones, Lenahan, Janice Vincent, Debbie Beyers, Susan Perigog Sue Inman, Mary Ellen Jones, Gerald Schwartz, Margaret l2nd rowl Sister Sharon Bierman, Phyllis Howard, Sister C0tner,Terry Everett, Sam SUTTIGY and ROQGV Seaton. Jennifer Dipple, Virgilee Berger, Brenda Pigg, Jowyn Reed, Lai -'f' tatt .Nw Members include lfrontl Terry Voignier, Jennifer Triggs, Terra Don Forsyth, Jeff Messell, Dave Mobely, Gary Tebbe, and Dan Scraper, Sandy Ogden, Pat Braun, Debbie Shirley, and Wanda McAtee, Stephensglbackl Earl Flobertson,Advisor:TomPieper, Mike Dell. 'U :- -4 2. rs su -I Z' CD -1 QI 'Z 'G H Ill VI Fm' 6U!l dnoig q!1l5!Cl E. 2. CD f'l1 ca. : rw na :z o : S2 : 5' 177 GI' blaz fa A T 7 Lee A. Mann, Fall Semester, 1974, editor of The Trailblazer, inspects stories written by the staff of VU's weekly student newspaper. Twenty- nine issues were published the 1974-75 school year. Mann was graduated at the end of Fall Semester. The Trailblazer, the University's weekly student newspaper, seeks with each Friday's issue to report and interpret the campus community. Journalism majors invest from 50 to 60 hours a week, typically, to produce the prize-winning publication. The Trailblazer's honors include, through Fall Semes- ter, 1974,15 consecutive All-American Awards-the highest rating conferred by Associated Collegiate Press- and 19 such accolades in the last 20 semesters. The VU campus newspaper also dominated Division ll of the Indiana Collegiate Press Associations 1975 Newspaper Contest, winning four first-place citations and three second places in the 14-category competition. Top honors wereearned for news story, editorial, and sports writing and for investigative reporting. Ftunnerup recognitions were for news photography, editorial car- toons, and sports writing. The Trailblazer was established Oct. 31, 1923, and became a weekly Sept. 22, 1966. The 1974-75 school year marked the beginning of the newspaper's second half-century-in the aftermath of numerous Golden Anniversary events and projects sponsored by the VU Journalism Program throughout the 1973-74 school year including a 20-page Golden Anniversary Issue of The Trailblazer. Prof. Fred Walker Jr. is publisher of The Trailblazer and director of the Journalism Program. Michael J. Cain, '75, addresses the more than 150 guests at the annual Journalism Awards Dinner, April 26, 1975. Cain was Spring Semester, 1975, editor of The Trailblazer, the University's weekly student news- paper. M-UQ-N--M B SKETB LL 's N A E 80 The Blue and Gold Trailblazers, with a regular season mark of 23-3, proved to be one of the mose powerful junior col- lege basketball teams. Ranked among the top 10 cage squads all year, the Trailblazers were led by All-American Rickey Green, Tom Harris, Roy Taylor, Dale Slaughter, Mike Wilson, and Lawrence Boston. Harris became the all-time scoring leader with 1,416 career points, Green took over third place by scoring 1,292 points. Green also became the third Trailblazer to earn All-American Status, joining Bob McAdoo, '71, and Wayne Canaday, '68. Harris was placed on the honorable mention list. During the Region XII qualifying tourney, the Blazers defeated six opponents as they won their fourh consecutive title and ninth in the last eleven years. In the finals at Hutchinson, Kans., the Trailblazers eliminated the No. 1 rated Hutchinson Blue Dragons, 87-78. ln the second round, however, Utica lMiss.l caught the Blazers off guard, 74-59, dropping them into the losers bracket. Westchester lN.Y.l pinned a second loss on them, 70-54. The Blue and Gold finished twelfth overall. il! p ,.... e , W M 9"i , , V J ,Q if W I LZ ,,,,. ll:-::' 2 lift! V , WW 'ip by 1 , it 1 1 sy 'H A alla A -: f .t, n- ..g, , A hai S K, X' V .Www hm' y Q . my - Wy ,,,,, ...,,,,.,.s,,..w,a M my "'k ia fr V, W, lj Standing lleft to rightl Tom Harris, Roy Taylor, Harry Morgan, Law- rence Boston, Mike Wilson, Jim Tucker, and Hubert Carmen: kneeling Cleft to rightl Coach Allen Bradfield, Dale Slaughter, Ricky Green, Reggie Tyler, and Asst. Coach Kenny Gray. it ' .1 fc-.4 C - vf Allegany lMdJ CC ....,.. Flen Oaks lMichJ CC ...... Record Lovain County lOhioJ CC .,... Alpena fMichJ CC ........, Kalamazoo fMichl CC .... Elizabethtown lKyJ CC .,... Columbia State lTennJ CC .... Bulleen lAustraliaJ ..,...... Columbia State lTennl CC .... Chipola lFlal JC ....,... Pensacola lFlaJ JC ........ Robert Morris lPaJ lforfeitj . . . Allegany lMdl CC ......... Elizabethtown lKyJ CC .. . Olney fllll CC ........... Mineral Area CMOJ JC .,.. Lakeland lOhioJ CC .... Moberly Area lMoJ JC . .. Olney lllll CC ......... Pensacola fFlaJ JC . .. Cumberland lTennl ...... Moberly Area KMOJ JC .,... Robert Morris fPaJ lforfeitl . . . Mineral Area lmoj JC ...... Paducah fKyl CC ........... Kalamazoo Valley lMichJ CC REGION XII TOURNEY Lansing lMichJ JC ,......... Grand Rapids lMichJ JC .... Glen Oaks iMichJ CC .... Alpena lMichJ CC ..... Lakeland lOhioJ CC .... NJCAA TOURNEY Hutchinson fKansl CJC .... Utica lMissJ JC ........, Westchester INYJ CC .... eww 93-77 102-70 1 20-84 1 19-74 1 31-98 79-48 93-82 93-70 86-97 97-82 93-80 2-0 67-81 94-67 75-59 82-78 81-76 73-96 87-64 102-92 94-92 106-92 2-O 82-73 88-86 144-83 86-63 104-78 79-65 78-65 99-78 87-78 59-74 54-70 181 Lawrence Boston frighti goes high in the air to block a Laker shot. Ricky Green Cbelowl shoots over the out- strecthed hands ofthe defenseto put VU in the lead, 10-8. Q Favorable crowd reaction influ- +e ences a team's performance, and the Trailblazers are no exception. Various segments of the student body enter into friendly competi- tion in an attempt to determine which segment is mostenthusiastic in its support. 182 A thoughtful Coach Allen Bradfield considers strategy possibilities while Dale Slaughter observes the opposi- tion Tom Harris fbellowl watches as an opponent hits N-s..,W "Kms K Msfmx- 'f 'K K K- stem Not only do teams warm-up before the game begins, but also the spectators as they display their signs, clap their hands, and yell. 183 ..l .I ca I- l.I.l U1 Q an Lu Thewomens'Trailblazer basketball team continued the winning tradition established previously by the ments team. Completing the regular season with an 11-4 record, the women Trailblazers have compiled a 74-50 won-lost record in eight years. Considering that a major portion of the opponets are four-year institutions, the Trailblazers record is even more remarkable. Although the lady Blazers have not won the top prize, they have given a good account of them- selves. John Logan ... Danville .... ISU ........... Ball State U. .... . Terre Haute AAU . . . William Penn ..... Louisville ...... Hanover .... Evansville .... ISU ........ Danville ...... Wilber Wright . . . Franklin .... Indiana U ...... Anderson ........ Southern Illinois .... Terre Haute AAU . . . Muskegan ....... Lorain ........ Danville .........,.. Peace College ......... Illinois Central College Anderson College ...... Southern Mississippi . .. Record VU-Opp . . . 72-21 . . . 72-42 . . . 72-54 . . . 63-90 . . . 74-50 . . . 58-86 . . . 79-67 . . . 87-40 . . . 46-39 . . . 60-43 . . . 50-42 . . . 51-35 . . . 60-41 . . . 60-62 . . . 81-41 . . . 44-57 . . . 82-60 . . . 55-65 . . . 73-49 . . , 48-51 . . . 69-51 . . . 56-45 . . . 42-66 . . . 59-53 Members of the Vincennes University Women's Trailblazer basketball team include ffrontl Sue Ray, Pat Andrey, Paula Smith, Wanda Schwartz, and Anne Laceyg Cbackl Coach Andrea Myers, Melissa Mardigan, Becky Schnardel, Gloria Townsley, Deb Provo, Julie McLemore, Deb Haag Debra Swope, Karen Hill, and Assistant Coach Pat Fleck. 1' . It by t ta i -f,-nm, ' Winn- xf S lx 4 A , K 1, Q A 2, Q. S. W l at ln the upper left photo, Debra Swope is surrounded by defenders before she can pass the ball to a team- mate. ln the upper photo, Pat Andrey goes high in the air to control the rebound. At the left, the defending Trailblazers harrass an opponent who tries to shoot overthe outstretched hands. 185 ... it .---M . ptr- --...MM .v""' .ie 9 K " r Nw uf 'swam v-f""""" NN Deb Haag takes her shot before the defender can get into position to block it. In the upper right photo, three Trailbiazers seek position to control the rebound. In the photo at thr right, Paula Smith, Sue Ray, and Debra Swope watch the ball after Julie McLemore shoots. 86 ..---" X WQM5 4" rggfg 'E' u M. . . X Pat Andrey's first foul shot does not create much interest as members of both teams take a brief rest. In the lower left photo, a Trailblazer gets her shot off despite being closely guarded by opponents. ln the lower right photo, an opponent finds the Trail- blazer defense tight as all five players converge on the ballhandler. L X4 4. tits s V ..,. I 5: - I , .,,, , - kia- 1 if -f i' i "-' A at l tssss if l' r , .kkk . 1 ' fs T c , fi X - I A i l tk 5 , jf. 187 43" 3 'Q 'ju SEB LL ,K -f I , lf, l5":2:lf949'-'fill ,' "TT, ,, QQ 41, 'jjNQW 5' My I 3 i" ' ,ii 'Que Q, f,-- ,V k'f","' ,fl 7? 1- H " ,L ,Wi M '-'WEEE ,iffy wgg::EEf -'H ww -' ,, ,, , " 'K" ' 5 1 ,, . f,--ff' , , 3 , W ,K ,,wfm,,f57,,, K M ., 19 f 5 4' ' " , 4 I I- A ' -' ' f--' . , , , if ' .. 1 . Q- 211 ff' -Q , - 1 .1 ' +41 -'vi H ' 25WfEi,.fff7"' , 'zum - ' ' F '- 4 f n ..., ' , if W " ,144 2 1 L' 4" T r , V ,. , I , , ,,,,,.,lMV ,i,, AE ,,,, . K ,. . RW? by ,, Q,,A V I 88 Ptrducah Invitational . Shawnee College . . . Rend Lake JC ...A Logan College .... Paducah CC .... Paducah CC ........ Oakland CC ........ Olney Central College Lincoln Land CC .... Lincoln Trail CC ..... Lake Land College . . Three Rivers CC . . . Three Rivers CC .... Shawnee College . . . Kankakee CC ...... Rend Lake JC ..... Lincoln Land CC ... Rend Lake JC ...... Sub Regional Playoff Lakeland CC ....... Cuyahoga-Metro . . . Cuyahoga CC Cuyahoga CC Record Game 1 Game 2 VU-Opp. VU-Opp. 5-2 2-1 3-1 2-1 1-O 6-1 14-6 2-1 3-1 6-1 2-O 1-3 3-1 3-2 10-O Rain 0-1 4-1 4-0 3-0 7-1 1-O 1-4 2-9 2-O 1-5 12-2 8-3 4-6 3-2 12-1 7-9 4-1 12-7 4-2 9-1 4-0 8-7 2-3 O-9 lforfeitl 1 '-----rf Members of the first V.U. baseball team since 1958 are lfrontj Bob Cook, Chris Moran, Charles Boberg, Mark Naab, Doug Hammond, Brad Clark, and Doug Demareeg lbackj Assistant Coach Mike Miles, Jim Ridenour, Russ Johnson, Chuck Vyzral, Greg Crawford, Mike Bilinski, Kris Sholty, Bob Schools, Dave Schenk, Gary Gregory, Randy Hulet, Paul Mehringer, Eddie Schmitt, and Coach Jeff Huxley. l X: if 1 . , 19,4 1. 1 Q 7 i . J 2 , .. 89 For the first time since 1958, Vincennes University had a baseball team. Brought about largely by the efforts of Coach Jeff Huxley, the baseball Blazers' return was highly suc- cessful as they posted a 30-9 won-lost record. Playing a fall-spring split sched- ule, the Blazers won their first 11 games before losing to Paducah CC in the last game of the fall segment. During the spring segment, the schedule contained more games and more opponents. The Blazers did not enjoy the same success it had in the fall segment, yet it did get into the sub-regional playoff-being eliminated by Cuahoga CC in a forfeited game. Batting-and pitching-are the main concerns of Coach Huxley as he keeps his eye on both. 3 . , I 190 as I Ni .ni-'J I r' 'X' nf if 5 I ,,,,,,x-a-1 wiQg.,,- 45. -D 's Team members include lfrontl John Flynn, Mark McCammon, Bob Phillips, and Ed Lynng lbackl Coach Pat Minderman, Rick Charles, Doug Affolder, Dave Salla, and Dennis Anthis. Record VU-OPP. University of Evansville ..,..,..., 0-9 Indiana State Univ.-Evansville .... 6-3 Wabash College J.V. ... ..... ... 4-5 Lake Land Junior College ,.....,. 2-7 Wabash Valley Junior College ..,. 9-O St, Meinrad College ............, 6-3 Wabash Valley Junior College .,,.. 9-O indiana State Univ.-Evansville ,,.. 5-4 Lincoln Trails Junior College ....,. 8-1 St. Meinrad College ...,.......,. 3-6 Lincoln Trails Junior College ...... 5-4 I'l'l V , fFrontJ,Simon Chau, Moses Cheung, Danny Chan, Edward Tsi, Ray AU-YGUHQ, Barry Tai, Greg Shifaf, Kreingkit Boonchu, Marcus Lo, and Steve Tangg Cbackj Dominic Li, Kent Boulware, and Terry McCraney, coach. Dorothy Browning, managerg Steve Hentgen, J im Dogan, 5 - ,. . M Southern Illinois University Indiana State University .... St. Meinrad .............. Evansville Stars ........... Southern Illinois University- Indiana State University .... St. Meinrad .............. Evansville Stars ........ University of Evansville .... 9 University of Evansville . . , ISU, Flose Hulman ...... St, Melnrad ....,............. . Oakland City ,................. . . . University of Evansville, ISU-E 432-443 389-398-458 477-473 445-458 333-334-360 Members of the golf team included lfrom Leftl Tim Deal, Doug Boone, Coach Richard Pointer, Rocky Burris, and Jeff Bianco. William Bell ltop lanel scores a third place for VU in a relay. Among the most successful performers for the VU track squad were William Bell ltopl and Don Young Ueftl. Bell participated in the dashes and relays while Young ran the relays. Opp.-VU Indiana Central .....,..... . , . 33-120 University of Evansville ....... . . . 67- 85 Florissant Valley Invitational . . . . . . 10th Z an Lu 1 Monmouth College Southeastern CC . Knox College .... Muscatine College Southeastern CC . Illinois State U. .... Western Illinois U. IU Round Robin .. Indiana University Indiana State U. .. President's Classic Hanover ........ Eastern Illinois U. ..... '. . R ecorcl Eastern Illinois Tourney .... Indiana State U. ........ . Southern Illinois U. DePauw University ..... Region IX Tournament . . . Anderson College ...... Indiana State U. ..... . Eastern Illinois U. . . 96 VU-Opp. 2157-1749 2430-2089 forfeit forfeit forfeit 2260-2242 2257-2191 third 2305-2291 2409-2303 first 2228-2191 2141-2157 third 2396-2436 2232-2070 2306-2155 second forfeit 2253-1930 2274-2335 Team members included Ifrontl Becky Voyles, Kay Newton, and Chris Evansg lbackl Sue Harris, Margie Howard, and Chris Bechinski. W 'W' Ii wx '35 A, A 'S' X I Y' QXB i .0 J ,I W. VU fl VU ,f 4 0 '-if Y-'Lf :vu 6 N41 . dl 1:7 Team members included tfrontl Randy Kirk, Joe tbackl Dave Terrell, Dave RGTGK, Bill NUSDGUIUI Rl-'Sly Baumgart,CharlesSmith, Randy Odum, and Gary Schultzg Kirk, Mike Savarese, Jim Minderman, and Paul Schuldt. ge Monmouth College Southeastern CC . Knox College .... Muscatine CC ..,. Southeaster CC . . Illinois State U. . . .. Western Illinois U. IU Round Robin .. Indiana University Indiana State U. .. Presidents Classic Hanover ....... . Record Eastern Illinois U ..... ..... Eastern Illinois Tou Indiana State U. .. Southern Illinois U. DePauw University Region IX Tournam Indiana State U. .. rney ent... Eastern Illinois U. . . VU-Opp. 3486-3452 5260-4923 3218-3049 forfeit forfeit 5395-51 13 5267-5276 first 5195-4954 2644-2528 fifth 5049-5040 5010-4825 1 7th 2763-2670 5341 -4861 2594-2449 sixth 4819-4804 5046-5427 197 rn ui W E th .I M 2 I- Trophy winners pictured above are llett to rightl Steve Waddell, Jon Hall, Cathy Gregory, and Randy Brooks. Pictured below are Kay Kite, Lynn Wininger, John Houseline, and Pat Flecker. 198 Wvs Mike Bethel and John Houseline accept trophies from Patricia Fleck while Beth Fields, Kay Kite, and Lynn Wininger look on. Below, Bryan Ness accepts a trophy from Mike Ross, director. v,i. --Q.-.anna-ua.. . ,,.......,-.........., 199 5 514-H+-4v1sW..s .. A f We 5 X Qi J - Sw t A an is Second place in the basketball finals went to the TKD team composed of lbackl John David, Craig Ashley, Todd Petti- grew, Dave Barnhart, and Curt Mock: lfrontj Scott Alspack, Tom Chambers, Jim Shepman, Dennis, McCarter, and Bryan Best. 200 ,LAA N .. K T ' Q ijli' " ,, ' Q .. -r w 5 A """' Y 4, arg , .,.N ..s,.,,. - l ' ' i 5 1 L tiff !- X :gms-V, rn T451 'J I ' " I .E 'gi ... A A-f ' -Mfg F, ,, ...Q I Q , fr - s. ' 4 N. 9 I E -5 , .S wg Auth- 3' 943 Lg otxaw, .Qs Competition during the intra- mural basketball tourney rivaled that of state and national tourneys. Before qualifying for the champion- ship game, both TKD l and BMF lll defeated two oppon- ents in closely contested games. The final contest was a fitting conclusion to the tourney as BMF Ill hit two free throws with eight seconds left to score a 71-69 victory. 201 ,lm 7.1: 5 g 2 2 2 ' YV U Q f , , ,V M it .vw 24' b I l. Q l QM if 4 A gf 9 ,gi aw' Q Y . , ' '. ,. .. " T " W u I is-n mf' -1" 'H ill U The intramural program has de- veloped into one of the major forms of competition for students at Vin- cennes University. Activities range from quiet competition lsuch as euchrel to intense physical competi- tion lsuch as basketballl. For many students who participated in high school sports, the intramural pro- gram offers the major outlet for physical activity. 202 nu..-n : C-.-s..:nn,...4u-.J ...ag-.muh-.n-.Jn L1--++::-H l.. J'LQ .l. JL nn: 'H' -rl hc3zmZhmzmZ.-' l k I Q Xa. ,ai 'K 1 55 Q 3 vi 15 4 I I 5 m ' Qs if ,, isa -4 X ' 2 O4 3' s -, v,-w'2,",'w1. ',.'f.'f , Q . , M V 3,-Y 'i 1, 1 l f- fm- mf' . , . .fm , W T l, vm ,. H , , ,gn 1, , - ..- 1 . - ' - 1.2 F . AM, vi.-F I ,if -vi-'S .- as if-ff 1. WM' .s-,L ' 7 K Q H -, --K '-..g' my n sw . 'gi L,.cfs.Y. ,i ,L ' wif ,2f,S'-L:.? 1-'-..ap,f,ha Q x-iqkqia o LL.. L. J mfg rs-, i sv 5' 1 W E...s-5545.6-.3 in iq, -Y vfgrff Seven hundred and sixteen students received their degrees during the 169th commencement of Vincennes University. Delivering the commencement address was Sen. Birch Bayh KD-lnd.l who also received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree. Members of the 1925 graduating class received special diplomas commemorating the fiftieth anniver- sary of their graduation. Special citations were presented to Mrs. Mildred Compton and Mrs. H. W. Ramsey for their contributions in their communities. Mrs. Compton, director of the Indianapolis Children's Museum, received the honorary Doctor of Humanities degree. Mrs. Ramsey, of Vincennes, received the "Extra Mile Award" for her partici- pation in humanitarian and civic projects. Members ofthe Class of 1975 who made outstanding contributions to their departments and to the University in general were recog- nized. Also cited for special achievements were the seniors who attained high academic ratings. 205 1 is uw . fi' ' 9 "5 h" . -X 'V 1 5 A 5'f1'i-l'i "1 """" 1. . - 9 J ' x 'W 'Q 6. 'I 206 f-.Mn f , . - v1a+'4vg9'Pf'1.ffxf-'if K ,, ,, i V 1 1 Z V K TA qv , if- ,U 3 X' W ' Q z nuff' ENN' 14 5 A 0 I "Y'p -- Q Y 4 T ,, fg .gli Ib 9 . fu1,4g,g in .Rx -3 'W Q l.1Yll3lllFl 1 sw' i f. 'mv i'.4Q-3-'f?4w1 7'1v 1-A J N kd . C, jx 1 s - . 'S , . ' ' Q ' -1 Tak H k I ' Y 3 a 'i ' yx 0 id 1 . v Q v 1 ,7 ' Y K l L Q, 3 ' , 1. " y SQL - Q ' vo ' ' VL .-'--wi-H .- N Q. . . fff - "' " A "- . C1'14 ':rf:ff"?' 1'i?'f--5'-3- N , jf' ' .WT ' WSQ., lwxr ...ff - '- ',.,X ew ' I - - ' ' 1- ,N"'-- -.-56 C 'Q iwh' 'M qt! Lt: .. V ,-,VW 5461? "gb," 7':'f1f if 'f N 'W 5 ' f "l X, A - v 5. 'ina 91 , f x A., x '-fl., 1' 3 ..- f r 'S , -fl 8 R 40-" P V 153 . t U -f-."'-9 a 'A ss '1"N'L." ,,' v lv ,f .. 'fa urrfw Q A3 K M- sfsf' S Seniors selected to appear on Who's Who in American Junior Colleges are ifrontl Linda St. Onge, Charles Crosby, Marilyn Foland, Jackie Brooks, Vicki Gutt, Craig Eichhorn, and Joe Shelton, C2nd rowi Dominic Lo, Pat Andrey, Andre Harris, Jeff Strange, Rosie Selm, Anthony Yeung, and Phil Morgan, Cback rowl Simon Chau, Michael Stovall, Moses Cheung, Kevin Kamphues, Jim Turpen, and Dan Chan. Senior winners of Gold Key Awards are ffrontj Mark and Beth Ann Peak, Cbackl Dominic Lo, Ralph Hamilton, Sypnieski, Dana Hitchens, Kay Edwards, Steve Jeffries, RUSTY Kirk, and Gene Kuntz. ui 720 ""'O r- U ER :U:' U4 wr. 207 cn nc Lu l.I.I D. I: U7 :nc U4 54 P7- :ILM cn M 208 Pacemaker Paddles for participating in extracurricular Charles Crosby Gary Hiatt Lynn Halterman Linda St activities are lfrontlSueArmstrong Kay Kite Dave Salla Onge Steve Jeffries and Tony Puchley Andre Harris, Brenda Dawson and Mark Neukam lbackt Seniors who received Silver Key Awards are lfrontl Jackie Brooks, Marilyn Foland, Sheila Baumert, Becky Spangle, and Karla Charnekarg f2nd rowl Julie Taylor, Simon Chau, Ruth Lucero, Kathy Gregory, and MaryJo Sampson, f3rd rowl Vicki Gutt, Beth Fields, Debbie Beastall, Scott Sperling, and Jim Snyderg 14th rowj Phil Morgan, John Valdez, Rick Phelps, Ray Riddle, and Joe Brunner: Cback rowj Cindy Ogden, Mike Broadstreet, and Mark Goss. n , ,Q W 1-'Q 'rv Jn- u , A Dr. Daryle Fliegle lleftl received the Faculty Blue and Gold Cord Award for outstanding leadership in the VU community. Dr. Riegle received his A.S. degree from VU, his B.S. from Rose-Hulman institute, N his M.S. and his Ph.D. , from Purdue University. Bronze Activity Key Awards were presented to Cback and Jon Cooper, lfront rowlJeff KendaII,Jane Bartelmo, rowl Tim Pelton, Wendy Wilson, Christine Stombaugh, Dawna Davis, and Dave Janssen, EDI EIS SGH MV A I l.l.DV EIZNO Al IND O CO U7 I M .J Ch 2 LIJ LLI U7 210 Senior Gold Cord Award winners are lfrontl Linda St. Onge, Isaac Payne, Tony Puchley, Wallace Schaaf, Dominic Lo, Sondra Grady, Dana Hitchens, Rusty Kirk, Lisa Kendall, Simon Chau,Beth Fields,Jon Hall,and PatAndreVll4th rowl Keith Eichhoff, Rosie Selm, and Andre Harris, K2nd rowl Dave Powell, Karen Keiper, Dominic Li, Charles Crosby, Bill Farnsworth, Gary Hiatt, Walle Waters, Anna Huff, Daniel Mike Stovall, Michael Cain, Bernie Seib Cain, and Kenneth Buckley, Julie Taylor, Marilyn Foland, Terri Kauffman, and Payton. Debbie Beastall, i3rd rowl Jon Cooper, Minnie Urhammer, Ht iwiirittl' :Eff Q- ,, A. . vdiwns x -.1 , , .sf .1 'Ev Visage-as-Q," 2 "'.S:'is4' v ' Q BN - .51-..s1f',w " 'H . f I , ,M ,,,, '- W, WEN Science Awards were presented to Minnie Urhammer Moses Cheung lPhysics Achievementl and Aaron Loke lPhysicsl and Susan Johanningsmeier lChemistryJg lbackl iDavid Browning Engineering Awardl. Outstanding Automotive Mechanic students were recog- HOUSE, Jeffrey FlObbinS, Mark COX, Prof. Steve SimOf1dS, nized during the Seniors Honors Convocation. Pictured arid J3m9S RidQ9W3Y- are Bruce Linnewebber, Bill Ashley, Prof. George White- Fleceiving the Building Trades Technology Award from Prof. Joe Beach is Craig Eichhorn. 'EE P-'I 75 UE U3 W C ID E.. bl- T.. UZ -I W m U5 ,l- W - U5 2 Fm M V3 2 LLI I-I-I U7 -I CD 212 Senior nursing students presented awards for outstanding academic achievement were Terri Cox, Janet Benson, and Virginia Holland. Prof. Glenna Carter made the presentations. Seniors who were presented Social Science Awards were Jim Turpen fl-listoryl, Sue Armstrong fPsychology and So- ciologyl, and Bill Smith lEconomicsl. Issac C. Payne lleftj received the Afro-American Studies AwardandKennetn PaytonfrightlreceivedtheAfro-American Studies Directors Award from Prof. Aaron Stills. lastic Award from Dr. William Treese during the Seniors Honors Convocation. John DeWitt recieved the Agriculture Scho- rr ES E9 up m E 0 E r' -I W rn W th 213 U3 1 2 u.l U 214 Forrest East frightl received his award fron Prof. Mary Van Meter for his contributions, including designing play sets, drawing cartoons, and designing the stained glass window for the new Salvation Army Building. Four students received Outstanding Student Citizen Awards for academic and citizenship achievements while attending VU. .One student was selected from each of the four divisions - Forrest East from Humanities, Mike Carey from Career, Terry Powell from Social Science, and Debbie Asbell from Science. Mike Carey ibelowl, voted the most outstanding freshman DECA member at VU and president of lndiana's chapters of DECA, received his award from Prof. Earl Robertson. Terry Powell Cabovel received his award from Prof. Chelsea Lawlis while Debbie Asbell ileftl received her award irom Prof. Jay Bardole. 5 5 5 Qt? 1 p sm ' .LU '.A 4 fig 5.31 . X 5 , ,el l I l 4 X zz' 5 ' 1 n y km ! . 4 , P4 V v .:' - -N: K 1 15 35 '3 -Hs' ta ,f " .cp Z 3 1-21 X A'-fl., '. 1.52551 ' 105: fi Q, WB m.. R, Q J A I lst! .. 31 y 1139 , x 'Q 4: 52. f' f . Z' - xii . -'nw . 1 f ,ffizsi ' i-in we ., , EH ' LE I Y 1 x ' -. H - A 4- 1 P, 1 0 nr X ---M ' v-V fb- -- A --- 1-'-4--muah


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