Viterbo University - Cameo Yearbook (La Crosse, WI)

 - Class of 1972

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The Beginnings of Discovery T . 1 f E 3 1? 1 il. if .k M Iqvi A i B if . J . JV' The woods - majestic ' deep mysterious . . into them, We venture We, the explorer . . . the discoverer to hike through its beauty to blaze a new trail to discover the undiscovered We bravely thrust our shoulders back and chests out, and inhale the fearful air of a new adventure With cowardly . . . . . . yet anxious steps we dip our footsteps onto the trail . . . If 14 .-,U ,V , , - 1 p 'r li :- f-H1551 3 D? FQ 1, aw f 4. Ai Y.-1 :, 4 nf T 1: x . J .W " I., aff' " L: M, A f 4 IW'-if .4 ' 5 J .pow-"1" Climbing every hilltop Forging every stream and Following every rainbow til we find our dreams . . . new discoveries many and varied. we search for firends, . . . all sizes, colors, shapes we search for wisdom, . . . old yet beautifully young we search for God, . . . down here abiding living and loving through each other. , and sexes and We search for OURSE LVES. Nancy Kas smeyer Freshmen Two roads diverged in cr yellow wood And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveller, long I stood I And looked down one as for as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth . . . , I if 1' sf' 3 A , I Freshmen Patte Bymers events .. ,wx !f is I I., "' .I I ii - , Augusto Aranibar V F 51, 1 Jane Atkinson tw... , ,.Vt -I' ' U - I, Susan Bautch t - "': ,A'lw.f "f Wildred Beaver I '.,. - A Maris Benito ' f , A Wg, I I, , ,t.. Q, A "-' ' fi? 3 ll. :rr " D iiwf - w H -IK'2 "'-i 4' '- Patricia Bymers " I R , , . -',' f 1' g ak A ,, , Y l Elise Carbonneau ,,, - ..... X: .Q i Shirley Cavadini ' ' u u' ' ' i if ll 1, , Patricia Cherney V ,,:" l l' I j fl ' i ' Sue Ch:-istopherson 3, - -' 1 V ' S . I In 'f ' M7 lift-'R - ' if - 'sf . '.'V ,f 5 l f Mary Derflinger Alyce Dettinger Kathleen Dolan Darlene Dwyer Mary Falada V- f-- 1 it H 'T ll' el l I nzzg x D' f- v , ' lr. and Peggy Maloney s1t and dlscuss the weekend's inf, 1 44 1 . fav,- JL" W C.,- tv ,Lindy 2 '- I I Diane Berdan Margie Berns Carol Betz Carol Bouska Jacqueline Bowe Debra Chudd David C1-oe11 Sharon Davis Michelle Davy Gerald De Boer Kathryn Flock Diane Foster Carol Gathje Alice Golden Jeanne Guenther E .4 fl -vw. ,M 'w e ig ? ey: I ' ff ra. ' 5? K .. 'F , 1 uw , w MT 1 . f 4 jane Schaller seems disiracted by something in the Home Economics lab. H Thenfookfhe , 4 X A -0 -.X . 4 sq other, as just as fair, and having perhaps the better claim . . X V1 Q: xl'FKf" ' 1 ' 1 rx NJ X O S 'V .au ze' 4 nl X Q Q .,, 6.4, 'Ai' 4 7 , tflr I3 I JS' 9 i x 1' ,Q "CF" ,.L' t . E I ip, a 1, I t UN. r 11.8 ! RTN I , ff, ,Ti 'Till -. I I XA' A , Q:- ri -igfw I N Q s ' ' l 4 ' A Al! as K EV .r r ' .J 1" ,- Q ' wr 1 ,ml ' 1 Y' K Q r My HM M - I I xii N N X g . , 1 . ow:-2. ' - Freshmen Gerianne Guthrie Rebecca Hageman Mary Heiderscheit Iolm I-Iofer Betty Hoover Barbara Hundt Bonnie Huser Paula jackan Karen Jensen Barbara johnson Kalla Kalloway Joseph Keller Lynette Keller Joanne Klankowski Barbara Knadle Debra Knuteson joseph Kotnour Mary Beth Kryshak Linda Layer Andrea Layton Lucinda Lizana Mary Jo Malesytcki Mary Mauel Anna Mea Mayer Mary Meeks Iannette Minear Connie Mullarkey Vinia Neal Terre Olson Susan Pearse Barbara Pehler Debra Pingel Clifford Price Pamela Renze Vicki Rusdal Girtie Saddle' Susan Sagehorn Roberta Saimon Joan Sanders Freshmen Robert Sauer jane Schaefer Jane Schaller Sandra Schiltz Kay Schoenberg Mary Schmitz Dennis Siebenaler Carolyn Smith Marla Smith Jean Solverson Lucy Sprosty Kathleen Stanek Mary Kay Stanek Jean Stoflet F atemah Dehnoo Deborah Trussoni Sheridith Von I-laden Jacqueline Welscher La Vonne Whittle Paulette Will-ce Ruth Winder Marilyn Wiskerschen Vicki Woodward Jeanne Woychik Natta Yontrarak Mary Yurcek Ann Zittel , g :,, we fr iff-dw V ,'-.fzj A I ' t" 5 1 'TN I , 1 c -': V - 1 -' F V- L. ,f Q VL 1 Y' 'V 1 .I I V ' L r ' li 'Q A' ' I J .b:-f A . 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U. 94 Aa- iv--v 6 SGITIG . john Accardo Lynn Anderson Stephen Bausch Debra Biddick Iolm Borchardt jean Bouchard Deborruh Brown Mary Burnham Timothy Claussen Marykaye Colgan Sharon Deichstetter William Harrison Kathy I-lolzer Debra Hryciuk Angela Jacobson Kathleen Loewenhagen Karolyn Noel Kathryn Saugstad Margo Taylor james Vasch jane Watson Pictures Not Available .AWUIII ra, Tim Claussen worked very hard with this instructor at the Mme Workshop to learn these hand gestures. 'WTFE v 5 v 'N ek- X mia, - 'v v 'e f 3 if nne A V 'Q . , A Sophomore nursing students Patti Peterson, Monica Walleser, and Anne Bartel listen intensely to a lecture on charting. Diane Adams Lorna Anderson Jean Bahnsen Anne Bartel Arlene Baumler Ai-Ling Beck Doris Berns Donna Blake Theresa Blessinger Mary Brueggeman 'A A x . 'twelve -3 11 s w IX' x f 14 l 5 . Q , V I I 1 fn: w ' ' '- , , fx . V ,dx ' "fl . 1 , Q. l ' x - . , S . 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X And boih that morning equally lay Anita Carhart Maurita Conrad Sandra Contreras Mary jane Copps Mary Culver fi' Sophom ores C Marcia Cutler Judy Dammon Dawn Dobrzynski Karen Feldmeier Barbara Fleming Barbara Frederick Phyllis Frederick Roslyn Fremstad Barbara Gerke Mary Gerke Anne Marie Gillen Anna I-Iammell Patricia Hastings Sheila I-Ienney Margaret Herrick Lucia Hidalgo Angela Imhoff Lynn Jaeger Richard Jensen Linda Johnson ln leaves no sfeps had frodden black. bophomores, Carmel Kaiser Judy Kassmeyer Mary Kief Kristine Koetting Linda Kubarski Beverly Kueter Gloria Kunert Richard Lo ew enha gen Cynthia Loper Kathryn Lukasek Virginia Lukasek Miriam Martin Susan Masewicz Mary McHenry Kathryn Meyer George Moore Laurelee Nolan Jacqueline Nowicki james Padesky Margaret Pa ge Janice Passe Kathleen Pattison Patricia Peterson Deborah Pierce Deborah Poulton Bernadine Ranieri Ruth Recker Marlys Reuvers Theresa Rippley Jeanne Roesler Mary Ruff Deborah Schuch Cunthia Sciborski Kathleen Sharp .,.,,,.. If , r ..., s , .,s, n -' A " 5 l fi ' s s 2 Va. M. , .A 5 - ., ' , f , - V A ":"2" 1 , k ., L -- ,iff ,,:: ffggj fl' A. q."" Q L 1 :-. me A 'f .2 .H ' if . lg ,, L.. :EQ J Q3 'D .. ' " :M ..'. , ai- S 'wr .- ,, .A 'il L '.,. li J . ,,., , . an 4-,gs ' 5' 4.24 , T l .::' Q ' Q-"fi tw N Q a fli fgfk . , k.,,, ..,, ..., . A, , ,, f, lk 1 Ha-1. ' , , -Q , , . . X-.. Ffw iw 1 4 1 l Oh, I kepf , , 3 5 s I 2 '1 In Ei- ' ' 15, nth , I 1 1: Qi ' N5 Y Y . I Y 4 K s 1' H , , , N 1 . i J P J ' I ' X i A , Sophomore Mary Culver did her thing in the Coffee House one night fhe first for anofher day! Yef knowing how way leads on fo way, I doubfed if I should ever come back. Sophomores igf ' x .1 X 'rL':' " 1- . -v ,, a. In ' irfef' v 4-az - 56:51 .f ' .. 2 , 1 4 , " V' "' , Q. -N ,Qtr Q92 A ' -gf' ' 1 1, :T ' ' 'li' 1" Ay 4. v A E X , . 1 '21 I , ' . fl 0, 1 ,-I 1 Shan b I e Marie Gillen se Ann imaginary barbells. ems to be working very hard trying to lift those I I 1 1 '60 . ,llsqu 1-f, v V L . X 1 V V' A Te N felling fhis with o sigh Somewhere oges ond oges hence . 1 Q. f . ' -il .". .1 ' - Q g I Karen Young 1 . 1 'V 4 I 1 1 , ,-.M N S .N x, Carol Slinger Nola jo Starling Rosa Lee Streator Frances Stuelke Diane Taylor Susan Tschanz Mary Tully , Helen Urbain Robert Ustby Mary Vi eth Mary Kay Vinc ent Monica Walleser Ahern Welsh Case Wewerka James Wewerka Sophomore Duongporn Yontrarak Picture not ava 1lab1e Susan Fox Robert Halmer Marlyn Helmke Phil Hirsch Antoinette Moore jane Ryan Kathryn Sulllvan Ed1th Temte Richard Trussom Victoria Dreis Bonnie Nesbitt 'A premiered in the Coffee House. Y Gossip columnist Miss Amy Viturbobuilt Qlidy Manny was L1 big hit the night she f Q R 3 Q I 5 w ,:e:, 3? ,,., 1 , :: AAA: he f f ' 1 V 2 '- .. gk ' I . 4 'Z , K 1, Two roads diverged in cr wood and I I Took the one less fraveled by. ' 1 5 3 3 s :xx -w I i i i M lei' IQ' Q ' Q ui X. 7 ,, Uh Juni Sandra Akierman jean Baumler Bonnie Benzing Kathleen Binner Cynthia Bladl Bernetta Brey Elaine Busta joan Cantlon Margaret Chow Ellen Conway Katherine Davies Madonna' Dupont Maxine Flock Rita Foley Laurie Gathje William Gaumer John Gillette Sr. Phyllis Hackman Margaret I-Iammell Rebecca Hommer Theresa I-Iorihan Danelle Hurley Susanne I-Iuser Rondi Ilstrup Ann Jacobson Bruce Jerue Ann Marie johnson Mary Kampa Nancy Kassmeyer Nancy Keller Dorothy Kimmet Rita Klees Nancy Kotnour Parician Lande Margaret Ledvina Mary jane Mader Kathleen Mann Mary McCormick Mary jo McDonald Mary McWilliams Patricia Mishler Lynette Moore Cheryl Munson Rita Nowak Suzanne O'Regan Caroline Owens Kamela Palma Maria Parr Ioan Pautz Juniors Barbara Pischke Adrian Roberg jean Schluter Judith Sharp Lucille Slinger Lnurene Sloniker Mary Snyder Diane Soczka Q ,L 31 " ,I f Sr. Jean Soellcr Kathleen Sternw eis Lois Steyer Margaret Tncheny Mary Tho mps on Eil e en Traynor M ary Tum :mi ec K H . if M I- Vyl, fi , N ' -1 4 'xx Q '1 . T9 -5 Suzanne Wilson Mary Woods Catherine Wottreng l y 4 .' -1' A 4 V - -..,, Mary Kampa displays X project for weaving 1 And fhaf I 'F M metals 0 P1Ct11I'eS not ava11ab1e Paul Ab1cht Margaret Arttus Rose Atcluson Mary Barrett Dean Bemborn Constance Boran jacquelme Burke Deborah Claussen Margaret Colleran Nancy Derdenan Joan I-Iammell Mary I-Iammes Dona Lee Hasu-e1ter Sharon Kartman Marcra Koem Terr1 L1zana G1or1a Mc Nexll Shannon Mc Nulty janet Muenzenberger Elame North Ruthmary Prlebe Bonme Proksch James Sheffer Margo Taylor james Vach Jane Watson Juniors 'EVli'::-or nl n E, , M h 5, y at Patricm ic uta an 1 e 1 'A .1 r"ff-:Fi 't Z4 f .ri :I A A 5' M, , , ' QW M w- N , sg Y - A , A, 'fig affix J K 7 ,. 1,53 Q? j , ' W r X, EW.. ' rf: ,H k .k.j...n Q A y , 1 'Y . the wall hanging she made as a class. has made all the difference Robert Frost ,The , l orkpf bw bf .. l. 1' 1. 2 4' I -L1f"""'- '-X, .1- Go placldly jeep A vera jf ,-I., And' remember whaf peace there may be in silence. Asjlfcglr as possi - ? -re:- be rgr good all . 1' W W ww NQV, N mwyggygm W -Q 5 ww wx , ,, H mfmmm ma.,qv,m,,1z,m,-mf, Hu, ,, H M p H H 1 1 ww me MH ,gf WW 3 www, X H ,X , .wwf wigissffleli m4122445slashes?-Ms,-.es22sQ5g4e2, 'fasiiasiu 5 , 3325? M ' XM.: N '11, ff N-'MW .Jef .,5z. 1 , 'Q . RHS. iig ?gi fgfigg , Q sh lff have c righf to be here. Arid whether or not H is cleaf fo you N6 doubf fhe universe rinfolding as if should h h DESIDERATA wish-Sw .Q -W' X, '15, Phhhh S ' M -rl -11-1 S U z ' L-I jg Cl LU ' 1 , X .1 2 3 5 f 1 f 6 34 I a ,, .2 ., . . 1 f 'A .,ff.Qi??5 i -A "1 .' '...,. ..,.. 7' S' Adminislrolion H's ll1e reol fhing OUR Viferbo is,. Thof's fhe woy if should be, Who? we all wont fo see. ll lf's fhe real fhing OUR Viferbo is. Sister Mynette, Father Finucan, and Sister Paula Marie stand before one of the many-V761 symbols which were part ofi the stage setting for the Viterbo 76 produc- tion. ' f ' 5 - .W .Inffhis second year as president of Viterbo College, Father J. Thomas Finucan began his Viterbo 76 program. V26 is a six step five year program designed to increase the enrollment of Viterbo College, and to raise 1. 3 million dollars to pay part of the debt on the Fine Arts Center. The en- tire faculty and student body of Viter- bo is anticipating great success for Father Finucan's V76 program. 1 I X4 REV. J. THOMAS FINUCAN President Adlminisfrafion - 'Fx A '1 S. MYNETTE GROSS S. PAULA MARIE RIPPLE Vice- President Dean of Students -- w N Y W wwf-f'1wwuw - 1 ,-1: ee q H-EW as I -A , . filling 17 2 i oosoo 5 3 . Q 3 5 , Mai 1-"F Both gud atteigggfrfg the Wednegwgi N day :Z:V H Christian Orieniafion The ghrispian qognmunity spirit of ,and desygesl p ed bgfasiildent par iic:ipation is the mass, the mass's2Eiter , the SV Theology classes, and the Wednes- day evening Search-Ins. Viterbo College oi s 1S Christlasyhving. m -.W-w e leaf, H 'wr 2: H w ,. E ii 3 M :N nm M 5, WH Mir? 5? N lx . e I 'Qy Qi, .. -. .5 15, " IV? 'M ' -rqgizi -ii-Wi: ' ' '-'lk' 'N nf i '23 " - 3 ,gs-.c.f',,f ,g.,ihjli ., . V1 L ., . i 4 if'5',xEE ' xo :vb gl . .,. Father john I-Ieagle College Chaplan discusses his views of Christian living during one of the daily 'iii 'ei fe mg 'Q :-' 0575? H J L2 .,e WT 1, "" 1' "fa ' 'P' ew "' "' . zl"ll Jlljjl 'G E 1. 1 E 3 -su-f college masses. Q 's R 4 is F?1tI1erNP21u1 Kaiseii!-s T11'e.o15igy'?i1115scs RlV8iTC:?EO1'l16L: if tFC'! iwst ihfercstirig Nexontaixied inthe? Theology Ou1'Di,C,ulum. ,. H ,q1,1'.."'.." 1 E 2 N " X M " if Sister Carolyn agd Sister gem! Jog Blissil rowided guitar 2-Ccpmpallirrlentw for 'manyg of '??'e C7Ti735fe f?a?f?5' H M ee1 H eef wg Ku 5 g Henry eee Q V efhfvgsv H X this qlusfer of gifts censjlfufes experience 3 'T X4 2 S George Fuiss shows social 5 H? fff 3 I E. E '? 5 E ef " S H 5 V fff 3 2 5 and Cindy'B1ad1e a. new if S 'H M z e , ag: 1, , - A , 4 3,--V ' w mg' -rw--t fu. V- H v - e M ew La 2 ,H E use S' af ' :Wm H' ig uk Q' Q 22: 5 Sqogioziogiv. Nwhyire 'cliefe tfllfdmisizry Equatiois on thinboard? E af: me E .gf 5 2 1: M IEE , 5 5 2 ,H 1 W N E 5 saw E Y -S V w H ,E 1 We 55 E 5 , Y X f N,1'ww wziigsfs igv f g M5253 ' 3 as 1 Heiderscheit works with some of the new Psychology lab equipment. departmentrcont1n- as ltracqulfes new me-are ga broader SCOP? Pf ,gases Lab experimentsm ogg ammals prove fascln- and a 'ideal learning pro cess for avid students. While Psychology studies the mind of manQ Sociology studies the nature and culture of man s r A 1 ' 1 t .,g,.f,.,, wawlff N H ,fs M' gg.. fig: ,E . ...s....,.,-., , f:xlolQ,wi:4 5 1 .. ,M ,l., . ,.,, , II. ,Mfg WM NN fe-avlesf '11' ,, W 5 wygyesf Q W ,, ., gl. C lclct ci? " C GQ' , s G : '?iiPEw"'m?e??i2?fT? l5:i:H15 Fo Staff, ADMINISTRATION r ARM ANDO ALONSO ,Splanish LEONARD ANDERSON ED BARLOW Pigiblic Relations ,J Intgrn S. TI-IEA BOWMAN K English S. I-1.1. BRINKMAN GEORGE BUISS History Social Work N Axkr V V l x 15. ' S. ARITA DOPKINS k Theology KA THLEEN DUEHOLM S ecretary .. 1,35 is S. CYRILLA BARR Music BERNADETTE BEDWELL Physici al Educn tion JOAQUIN CARBONELL S. CELESTINE CEPRESS Business Office English jister Angarose member of the Viterbo Musigz department never - mg . Yr.. vs . 1 E ... r -11-'Qi .1 .1 x .,. i, I un " ' ,diff 1 i s IR FLD STEPHEN IEEDWELL s. G. C. BIZZNCS62 STEVEN BICUER SANDRA Psychology Nursing Art , Medical Records Wg 4fi .r-P1 ' 1 1 4 :A WM. I. CI-UXMBERLAIN ALEC CHIU S. R. R. COLLINGTON TIMOTHY CRANE Business Manager Philosophy Education Art Hlllll "-snr zemed to have time to take off her coat. k yo 5 Quiefly qeorly: . hmm sfic. BONNEVILLE English Xi!! S. A. Dc LORBE Music ,151 ff ,we:--- img - 2 are R953 : . ,A L J ' H' Tiffwillf ir ' ' gm "wu "u, :www 1'Y'M' 'filer' ri -Y H' , H H 3 ' ri Th e5 rfs Thee Theater Arts Department has had a spectacular year of four maj- or perfornjances: "You're a Good Man, Charlie Bra6Vv11", "The Imaginary In- valid", "StFrr1mertree", and "The Tam- ing of the SQlgMreW?'. The skilled artistry of the Vitef36fi oPiiyers in cooperation with ghg of S. Marie Leon Hinzo, and Mr- N 1015121 rhrr giE TQT each 1'QdUCT3iQTir M the V?fGI'b0' 1 working TTTTT P12 in a learning e T M 4 13 ' Dona Lee Hastreiter portrayed Kate, the un- tamed shrew of gm. Shakespeare "Taming of the Shrew". W af 41, H 'f " ffmsfffffi " w snmvrmz xii' ., H N . xr., m H w H5 "" H ,w " we 1: ' ,af-27 M 1 The cast of '!'S1.l1'!11'I1211I1'B8" assegngfemyunder the 22'-aim MCM ,MV N :xr ..,,,L F: AH the world is a x. X ef-. .sf FX m nf Q f ,A 3 ,V A Q Q . i ' vi -F' A Q -,F 1 f Q rr- 3 m gg, H ww uw zu H n HM ,uwwuvw W ML: 'H 1fsusl55i?1QigmQQs:w1,, , 1 Y A. L - ,., , ,, .. 'ff' uf 'RW Th egpfer Arfssm Theater encorripasses vital? roles seldom seen. Persons in stage design anl gt.const.ruction.,l inilizostuming, in make -up, in stage crew work, in lighting, in sound inpropsr Work together bring? about the de- sired illusion an stage. Here also the fsQtudent.rll.ear11s Mby ? s Working with the professionals, ""' T Mr. Charles Schmidt and Fr. Schulte, eaifch xnasterfully H .adv handling their tools in ftechniffal ix- Wy: production. Miterbop has also presentedsa Readers' Theater production of W"A Funny Thing Happened on Way to Ne1l......g11non.T..!,f3 dl- reibted by John Hamm, and a one act drama "Aria de Capo", the .prodggzt of Qpeorgegiglander, Senior Theater Arts major. 'Theater is fung theater is hard Work bothpppn stage and isiizi large and important job in theatre. H before andfsfauring and i'iif T' o after performances . and wom en are actors. T ff- Wm. Shakespeare stage I'I13I13.g6!'S g f:- L... i before curtain time. T' 'lii fi Cast parties were a big thing for both cast and crew. ,f"""-W - -1-'f U ' ' .. 1 ,, 45123512.52 55.5.4 W w "df , ,,7,, , ,, ,,,, Mi gs ea.,.vmfL,.v, W ,fl 5,1 ,- 5 -v H, 'rlf :si ...R If fhere is no sfruggle ., .5 iw ef' Arf In our art department you may see some future artists of tomorrow. Art students work Very hard to achieve the goal they set out to ac- complish. In an artists eyes each little thing is il new Debbie Chudd patiegtly works on her sculpture. .Mgliding last minute adjustmentsijggr weaving are: Thersa Kg, Ma1,'y.Kampa, 3 Drederian, and' N zzhii E 1 I y Tl ,iii Fr. Mike Lynch, and Marie Slinde 24 errv is no ' progress. j r f-'jk Douglass discovery for them. Art is said to be a means of self- expression and these students proved this quite w ell through their various works. -I ,SX we-.ew xx --.x Y ' 111 Steve Bigler tests for the right color to use A A. 1 I l 3 3 1 . ?,4-A -ua F325 -'!iq.,,, ISI! .fha bg .I I I 3. on his painting. Sister Pat Andre looks very involved in her work in the Art Department's check their pottery. Photo lab' 0 1 u Y V 4 1 . . I , ' fvii, 'Q E4 gi ':'f 3 g - Z I I .'E,6'..iv g fir 1 I il ' gr. 3. 3' xmsasmwaaaffmp .ll 11 6 ""f'f"f Y 7 in W A 3 A A A N 4... is v 9 ag-miie: :ua nf Hi 1 we fit 'I 'W' ' srzsrzasfzsss . if., in-.'rfr.. ivfsii. it F, ia:,2ie.1fff W . 'AW 32:2 '-me ' elsif :egg sus, his 335 .f -:sf ,- ,, S Z i 5 ,fn Wh av hard during Sr. Luci1da's Music Theory class. The Chorale drew large crowds! 'tiothoii Igl their performances of Han- del's Messiah. mimii Q, the Music The entire Fine Arts Center, especially fourth floor, echoes with the sound of music. A ventur- er to fourth will discover individuals practicing the piano, an instrument, or their vocal tech- nique. Possibly the Chorale will be practicing so that you may hear a preview of the music to be presented at the next concert. But whatever time of day you decide to visit fourth floor of the Fine Arts Center there will also be music echoing in the halls. M K. 'ee 3.. .gg . if ' I I' L F' M ff Y x , w' M T Q M X X A H I I . H- v 1, V. Q if ll 1 Gm f x Qi? wr- fl V A 'EIQEV Z :L 4-4' ff :N V .. ,. . , , Ll. lx , N V. .QV 5:3 sw ' I 1 n ,. L E ' 1.3 km -A ln, ' ' 'flblvfai A , 1 f mv, XJ 1.. I 1+ , f ' r N l who will tour for the U. S. O. vp f The Madigal is a new group at Viterbo this year. rm A I ,A V.. g 1 is A ji n S' I QA X, qi P' ' ,C 'EZ' 4 4 4 . Terri Lynch, represents the sailors while Diane Johnson and Kris Kampa try to act like soldiers during a Marianettes rehearsal. Music Something old and somethings new developed at Viterbo this year. The Marianettes began in- tense rehearsals to prepare for their European tour for the U. S. O. Meanwhile two new musical groups began rehearsals - Sister Thea and the Hallelujah Singers , and the Madigal Singers. Each group has provided wonderful entertainment not only for Viterbo people but also for the La Crosse commtmity. 1 E ,. ,- W . ,. E' ' ' ' 2:11. IFu u ' . ' ' 5 . E 1 1 we . - Ji ms -sa 11 -. ' I 111 2 iil, 351- . , 1 19? . -vm, va-. - 1 bw? fi . U'L3"""- jus 4 . .,. . .-'gi 14521 mv, ui Vi S. S. D. DUELLMAN Museum .' if 2 1 " 1M,,fi1Qf Q - s. ROBQERTA GILIZES Library in 'ff' fr. DOLORITA I-IEITING Registrar vt"- S L KASSMEYER '711fE1"K ' '11" 1 1 i'ii Ee? - - .T W N h d ' one of the recep- Controller gG1oria Pafgliiion enjojiaa glass of punc urlng . tions held by the Home Economics department of V1terbo. fi ,fs ai, Q15 ,' 1 ,1 Q ' " 1: 1 me Y- ,.,, se? 1, , H Mx? 1 5 533555 13" ggjgeii 1 74221 11 m 11 '25 gr! 7 W E 3 gmt, S. HELEN ELSBERND Chemistry 1S. ANNAROSE CLUM Music HAZEL HENZEL Home EC. JOSEPH KAWATSKI Biology S. A. ESSELMAN Music wig JAMES FINN Admissions S. NATALETOFFEL Library 2 Av' hx L. FROEI-ILE I-lous eke eping E 4 gs. M. spanish ,L i , U S,M. GOSSLING S.j. HAGEMAN JOHN HAM S. G. HANNEL R. JOHN HEAGLE M Art Receptionist Theatre Arts Nursing CHAPLAIN Philosophy f' A, 1 A M m r w ig, iff? ,,, . A7 fm A A s. Lois HESS Lf-:ROY HINZE s. NANCY HOFFMAN BERNARD JQHANSEN R. PAULQKAISER VM,3diCa1ReC0rdS Theatre Arts A N A Theology ' A Dancem 5Theo10gy!J 91n'na1iSm Lisfen fo ofhnersneven Jhe onclonsnnignnoiiignfpsg Faculiy A AAA 8 I I Adminisyafion 1- iifw . Y-:nd , , , ,- 1, ,-.- Neem, .- ,, Hr: - , BE: W w Euan, 14 uw. ..,.., 5: i . , ali ---- -1-f f ll llllllw H gil sesL:3Wfll"'uw Nl' ww H1 -Nw P l l ite we ll E, V , Y i - E W. E '25x"lll1,QMfffAi f Humanifies 2 r Tell me noi Ln mournful numbers, l Life is buf anempfy dream . . - Viterbo studelgsgl like all youth today, Search for answers about their humanity. u Men in the as the pres ent have is much to lllll subject. So it is that x Q ll Wliterlbq 'i fll Hl191l1'lS ideas iq or llnln l 2l lll ll lllll ll lvvritlhgs English, History, ll They express ll e their writings of l "IM,PR'IN'ITS E, and LUMEN"f xx EDITORS: Lu Ann Plein, and 1? ,, to,, ll l M A H " ll Bs, Staff Haelnbers oflllviterbblfoilewger. , III E JN" M" JEgiL,t11''g,3Qgf,wmljll,'ll ,si 14.11 ' t"" 11 Wg Q M H H H H Q EM :IJ HW " , vu.. ,. Ill "ms, U ' W H. ,N ,ujffw ,lu W NC- ' 'F --39' -Q-ga ' 4.2" m A X 'X 4 ff. , 1 by ,L , S 4 ,'f f fl , Lf' igld .i . -rf' -X ' 2 "R V ,Ax r ', f' , ' fix V Fa., ia: . rf 1' . 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W .M 11 ,, as 1 ff 11111 H 11s1,,1 1 n 11s 1 are ,rg 11 wife 1115111 -: Hum cmifies S Coffeehouse I-Iumanities involves fun alsdie One of the entertaining yet rewarding activities at Viterbo is the Coffee- house, Initiated by the English Department, the Coffeehouse is an informal share -together place. for students' talent. Original master- pieces of poetry, short stories, and other writings are presented. Other features include skits, dances, singing, and acting. Everyone is Welcome to the Coffeehouse to en- joy and to share even the college President. J Q 'Er For the soul is dead Thai slumber Sister Then Bowman listens in on 21 group John Borchard strums il Coffeehouse tune. An d S are not T lp 5111181 g?EEtiWMiclii1tg:1 Dick Low enliagen make fs"""..-2.11-af.1i3s145ziiQ2Zie1s: 11"?'2' 111 1'1f:i12i?'3'-is 1 11 111 A 11 1 1 W11- 111m 11 11 11e'.e1sa111is1, 1 'Ffh T View5,1s5:WW11w1gHgQm 1 11 :zsszzssrzss-.. 1. Y 1 'l"w?.s?i, "elif s1s1ffs1ws.. :M , :Q Hemi :- Iiggsissisasgii 11 ' MER If '41 W sszsw I S . , ,Q me he discussion in English C12.lSSf': M Wh of H1 eyss eem. r Al L :I ml: A X A 4 a D Q M si 3 .nw . V. MN-. .Annika Q Fatger Fiiucan the :ioffecsiiouse Crewii is real! is i g is n5t g E5olf sDusf his dusf esf, :W fs nof spoken ofsgthexssoul PI'CP5T21tiO11S for-wthe eveningsf-Coffeehouse N presentation. Q: Q4 1 Mr. Chiu takes time to clarify a point in Philogophy class. gif H lzllfyw-X2 ', W 'uw' , H w WN Noi lenfoiimefnf and nof sorrow be H l 1 l, +'5f20U'gfde5f!Q:5nedfend of W0Y'5 Mr. Rohrer suppljzed an Sgioyablgi afternoon for Kathy Pattison, eng Georgq Glander. N'fA fwggzxisw !ff,1f5Q:-,X H X , HH , , 5 w S55 X n- W, :sewage :H ' H w :a -m 1 f K Xl .-' -.:-. - V... 3 1 ,,11,ll.5fg3gaaa wx "Cl , F reshm en English ,-47 5 Sw ii use 5,3 an " 'Hi im H" WM11, "W" ii E 1 " W' H We Q42 ' 5 , fi- in, iz 'Lx w I H .Ki P , i X , Mr. Rohrer and his History class enjoy an"'i1fLfarma'1, discggsion. But to act, that each tomorrow: X K:X 'Lf X 2' Humanities Find us farther than today classes were always bright, cheery, and wide awake. Longfellow 5 we new Eine... ?a"-'sa rnwsf an mM.1.g. lv 'N 'V' nit- vw '13, H H' 'w vw M.-. ww H' ,,,.. -. W 'gil :iltyping filing nnn learn Medical Records Clerigigl skills such as ed in Diiected Experience merely to enable the stu- dent to understand and in- struct ernployees lier 'positionlgs a Medliical Re- cords Aiiiniinistrator. In hospitals and clinics the medical record isfthe key Qiireleiuientiiiifor a in the treatment of patients. Medical Records Administrators are not secretaies, Theysare traiiiedfliiis pital penss onel who Worzk in a patient ser - Vice field. it n fa X H is st' real J :met -Nl ,gs ,, Q r. Q - , I M g ii' , .f ASX -.xp-is R iigilffvk s , l I, - Mary Kruehauf, Kris Koetting, and Pat Lande take a break during clinical practice. gum fe, fisiilffiw, Kish- " ,Nl 1 i . ll if Q l .2 ' 1 4 iifffkffi' "T feats? 1453515535 'E 'K 'iii' Na 5:55 ',' W wi , .,i.,, 1 235152 , W fi?" a w S is hs' n or 11-L 1 , r , V ,,,,H,,!Tw ,.., . ..f..,.,.. ,Wx pwuu ,.., n ."'w 2 ,z 'tee' N 1 N H 'Q mi r 4 r possession r-Healfh Careers In The changing forfunes of fime. o Desiderafa if 4 1' 'rw fi- , l After frogs ancl rats, hours of if tzrymg to have a chem1stry experunent work out, those in Medical Technology advancefto a one year in- ternship in a hospital. It is a long hard struggle but then the frogs and the chemistry really are not all that bad. 1-7 'snag 'N " - QF?" 4 .-9' practic es her typing. N i I 1 J. half' "l 1 - jf XA' 'sif- xp of N E xr www Mary Yurcek a Freshman in Med. Tech. must first ' study the frog before she may begin study in the f 1 ' 2 1. lospltl Bernie Brey another Med. Tech. works the key punch as part of her preparation. S5 Ap. f' jane Schultz an Elementary Education major examines material for a lesson N is t be effective, if will be only lhaf helpliiowarlclg lhe cbmplefs unfolding of fhfs lrfe o ll kindergarten and for elemenifary andesecon- dary schools. The curriculum is designed togive thegqprospective teaclier the urigder- Sffaw:HdlingslZ,5gipprecia?Eions, skills l neizessaryffor achieving adequate profes- sional competence. This past year, seniors Qligducatiqn enjoyed gghe work of dailyylesson th5lgi1CC6SSfigf a lessen WB.mir',tgl1gl'lt, ii ltlii knowleige that domes failufmes, and the satisfaction of helping and cooper- Withs gxgghers inigitheir stqdent teaching fhesle saniegfhings micro ieachingilll while sophomores in education busily filled out alglglicatioggsdgor adrfiission ilgto the program. se ll l ll ll EdUC?GllOfl E ww new 55 ll :sn 5 '- ll gwgigzru 2 'lf - 1 X'N ix .VI ., . - . , '. .un plan. " which fends fo e ff?-. gi ""f5?H,5,e Mary McCormick and Kamela Pamla discover interesting articles in the periodic file Montessori ofthe IMC, discuss a lesson plan. Education majors Rita Klees, and Nancy Keller take a break before their next class. NQBELOWQ ' wav-f 1 A, - ., Ag, W ' rrrr r ,ie H w H ,, ,, ew ,ie .fe.fezsfezsfezimW,, ..- ...N .... , M -wswzwiff -ffs--fs-fs--f'-- U . emo, ., .sf-,Q-.Q-31.1.-.fff H N N H H H Y, in w , w ,,,,,,,.,.x,,m,.mx NM 'mf'-n5'u'w',ww"USx: :K ,N , , W . EILEEN KRAMER S S KREIBFCH XWRENCE RREJEWS JAMES LARSON Secretary L1brn1y M 1th C hcmistry I V' S. A. LAVERDIERE Music C. MEZERA CI-BERYI. MTKLESZEWSKI Library Secretary Father John Heagle the college chaplain brightened everyone's JAMES LAWRENCE il-Iistory 4 3-1' RONALD MROCH Figmncial Aids iii! f!, hx 1 ,. 5 . fur 7 53 gl ' - If N VT' .? E .Xa Y f. f I , N F aff ' is f ' blq: F, y 3 -." if " 'f F E 1 gg L' daymwith his ggch eery smile. RODNEY LEA DLEY Physlczll Ed. X ',' "f,Qi4QI 'fini A - ' ,. 7 'L 'J . wg V ,W X S. ROSELLA NAMER Librqny M P, S. A. M. NASH Home S E NAVARRE I . Librariy . f 5, ,avi I Dr.M.zlwre1ibe Krefewski afmemberiaof t1155iVIa1:hidEpartment doegii not look at all out of place sitting at a loom in the Art department 1- , 55. aiu X. .. N i E fhiir Faculfy, Staff, 8 d n i sire fffiih WF ZZ? W M515 wi ?Heol?f1MCaiE ers Qi 1 Igli A Nursing at Viteibo is not only yeags of stugying procedures i acip icij'?IQ tliergiduringoi glinical. also is four fears of involvement in college life. Nurs- iigg students are active ingfinusicw, l 2 M meny camfiiius actixfities. PIT Viterbo nursing is a future ca.- eli Whqisiestudy iiiicludeg plea- iw M, ' y 1 L K T - gi 'gjf 5112: .a u L eg X H3181 Nfiirsing stucleints such Barbara lgfien becofiie involved in fictivities at Viterbo. fi , , em m ,. if ,,A.V,A.V, M , A , wg so uueu uuuueuuu 1522. 2ESenior nursing students discuss class Keep interest in your own , ii Q ' mY",. Lx. do i K'-iff' he and clinicals with Nursing Instructor Sister Rose Schapman during seminars. career, however, humble! ,VT :EEE L Z M E i w igfmk' gm 3 3:12256 X wt is M new me he W H, sa fff M ey X masks 3 ww a 5 Y 2 Q 95 E 5 :Ya W M is uw H, wr' e w u 25-'X' ww 5 F 1 se sirfss g 1 s is eszzsfr' H" 41 5 . sz, F ' rf, fi E: E 53 ,3 I lg Q Q' w Y a 1 n- - - A ' .i - .. 7 :mia 1 -5' 1 4 ' ' F KABOVEQ: Margaret Harnmell, La Crosse Student 1972. QLEFTJ: Marilyn S1attery's stripes are a dream yggonixe? U116- 111 ' ,sf H if Nu may mu ,N H : A WH :SSW :msszxss .F ' N 555225: M ' H WSF? ww, ww w ..... M q,.Lf.. ,, , w ,,,, A. rw ,ww EL? em L W if 'l W , H -11-W ' M H wqyiwmif 3-F-'L' W I N ' 5 - N! wwlfwwyfg-f"3'9"ff' , MXH SH" Mfss?i532iww ul w' .M K, W, . H we 2 1 ww uw lbw, z WAN W H ' H,:l,5P3'xf1 me 'fir-1-WBSVYQ M iw 5 'wi FEE-if :gs .sis-,ii--. L., 924 sw X wzggfzgsa:5i.3:-E" i ' Vivifii- i i H Forergrjgilongu ges ,LM H :'s:f21:4ss:z1:sS" " Hi, ,,,, f ,.:,,- W--,,,fiff1. -W, wages ,, i Liiv' 'Ihngotlmy Classeggiegghances the3gMard1 Gras Festlvmty. . NS A9 if-1' I ' xg ' "'n:""na.i..,, 5 f- -.. S S. 1? ki. N-x , 'N-Qfgf ' i' .H '1 4.15 -. XL '91"f 1- 'M ' FL-.-'Q - 'ni - f"'gM ,Z eg ., fl-i-.r .-4 - M Q, auf' -" 1 ' 73332 ' X .-4' fiimssalam is , Dr. Alonzo flashes Il smile between The sacrifice of oneself is noi Onfe burning with fhe passion ' Duongporn Yontrarak demonstrates a dance of her S-55? 51 1 iiiiifiiisfsisfsisfsib ' .fit fisfsisfsisfsiifgiii 1 W :WH 2 ,, M ..s,ff,, 'TWD-lseek. wel,es:4Qs:4as:4as:fs1 Y --'wtf im! " .in 5 Spanish phrases. very difficult for for a great adventure. Carrel L native country, Thailand. a- ' I , 3255395 5 L'25f:i'73i? iii ff-lf? PW, wgiesiissisafisasir fe, , 'ir-flex W if ,km sires, 4- W 'rv-M H515 fix .A Mini'- 'ri Ifsifiiffss :ef Foreign Languages Viterbo is a home away from home for students of Thailand, British Honduras, Iran, and Hong Kong. And through their studies of Spanish and French Viterbo students visualize different worlds, old and new, far and near. Clifford Price breaks the pinata at the Spanish Christmas Rgmyi ge. Glu: ,l. "'-. nm- 1. ,"f! , , 51" , 4 A11 v- , Y -' nun Domestic Science Cookery is become o noble arf, Courses offered in Home Q ngble Science, Economics insure the development of attitudes, BU'-fon abilities, and skills es- sential to successful liv- ing in the home. Students with i may also qualify for 9, l at teaching in Secondary l"o i schools, or a position in dietetics. projects. There must be W F" 'RJ .,-9.1. c if i lj' t Maryellem Meinholz, and Mary Kay Vincent prepare a mixture during their foods lab. J 1 4 f Q U' X Y XX g 11XX 5 - 111XXX 111' 11 gX?l'51X'X11 ff5f5f5fi9 5535 5155? :za H-1 W: r ::w1g:w::: M N . IW. .W 11, 11 X XX XX11X 53,5-f,: Foculfesky, Sfaff, 8 e e e e 1 1111X 1 X 1 X ,L ., N ,, .M ,, ,MM , wi iwsw. M X N53 saw Enloy your acgigvemenfs 5 i ? fw? Jfiigfbftfi 53- . , X 1 1 2 H ag. 7"'335fEf?iTXi:L 1 1X " XX X 11, :A X X 'fl' W"1',"1'A' " 1 1 1 X 1 Q 11 ui, 1 I X 1Q:1,f11Xx.., 11, gil? uf5X4f5X1" 'fm' em i , ,. ,1 11 P?W.X,,L:yAfw1ff am- '11 XX X1 XX 11 11 11 X ,W 11 , 1, ...fl ---'swf-V1-r .W ,, 11 , 11.Ki1,ifjL"1 A X, !4411j1'11m 11,1 X11 M eggs: 11 W 111 '1 ,,,. v,11sswfs-59: ..-,.-..-1. , 1-MDNw,,,. il ', 1- ,N HH if Sister Carlene Unser of the Art Depaartment seems to have a lot of paper work to finish. M 3 1 51.5 ye 1 XX 1 ,, , ,111 1,,, 11 1111lg11'1,W114Q133:-,Q Mm, Mx, ,151Qg 1 1 11 W T ,WHY K X 8 ' 'ef-' X" ' 1 - , v QQXN . ' Y' fr "- , Q 3' X X f " 3 ., it -rx , 'V ,- H 15, ,, K - Ws.c. O'NEIL DARRELL POFAHL Housekeeping Sociology X. 4. X' . : ,Q QQVRQX X X RA TI-IBURN 'English I SCHLUETER 1 Natl' 5515111 X1 1 1 3 EILEEN SCHULTZ Secretary 'S 'f S C ROCK Ivfusic V CHARLES SC HM ITT an F. A, C. Manager xi X A Q A 5 N A 1 S. T. SEBOLD Education gi X2 Z ,,Q:: 3 XVXX X 111XX1 ..W, N511 3 X me 111111 11.1 1 1 1 'Mali ' , s. A. ?POLLPETI:ZR Biology fi' WARREN ROHRER History I S. LILIAN SCHMITT Placement 4 LEAI-I SENFF Biology -ww MV mmwu vw 1' H u if ,.f W, , e M. J. RAMAEEER Nursing s. R. SCI-IAPMARI Nursing R. LYLE SCI-IULTE Philosophy S. J. SEUBERT Music " 4. :hal V. 7 1? "1 1. ' .1 Q Wkfbx NJ fl' W -35535. A ,,s r - - N N 2 N sm ? v Sister Carlene seems to be working very hard starting a new , Quproject. Wonderwhat she has p1anned?? X X ' Staffs Nw W . Ei? Mmfsf V 9 N , , ,W,,Wf..3A , X M , . ,.,..,,.,-, M .fx , e w Z '4 e w well your pfs ns. X ' X ,W ,. 11. Igsif 1 S A ' on ,,,: W5 53 As a project for Earth Week the Environmental Problems Seminar Class presented fi Parachuted Camfon Borneo" in the Coffeehouse. 5' H' uh? "L 1 Mary Mauel studies her dissection of the frog before the lab test. M 555 N53 wp ,EM Bonnie Benzing uses the during her Microbiolo SY ,Ai ' a 1 , he-ie' "egg-fe ' ,,,i S5 1 ,,,i e" 'I ' E saga? H :M if I ' M lm WH ,wQg:?TJix Min 5 gee ,N " 7 gg-ii' , H ,,,, A, M EW' ae nagg- ,, 1'1l'1jw'1 llwmli W 5 MT...J.J ,. Nl lwMT,'1'Nl3' if we w f,'w,w,. 2 efweffewawewemada. ,u 1 W ' ,, , 1 W 'N ww, M 'wwwwwifgiwfx , 4, 1 l 'S' L ' i n Jliove animalsgove ifhe planfs n love ifig . . . ViteijQp's Bioleggy degertinent continues to be active and in environmental problems and learning how to i1TI1J1'0YG them, Qnlylupon sound knowledge of biologyihand nmginfs ecologidal system can help be given linyhisifield. l MW y the drama "The Day They X N ' S3251 X ' ., flame fest 1 -- eggpeiumenij --,- T-, I Y 7?-4,ee'::E.eeaw: P l- . L' 1' Math majors at Viterbo seem to be very interested in what is going on before them. l n oh o n ll J yfeifz,.i-51 ,Q If - .Qu 4 'I if W l cbiiiilege sofgifiiust 'lindiyiioal Sclen ces it i lllo y will Pemeive to y "mu M H ww. H Miiffeli. The: divihe mysfery of Wihings. H " ,,.. ' ml ' it l o sss as Th eh ' d V' b i7-Pts 4 J A' or y fi liyiy 19225 .moz iiii 1 i it l tithe xentmre igollege is expandinglmte f f Duringdthe course of second semester, the 5 - -'F-f . Q lsgtudentisawere able to obtain a room s in the iii I f il ,gy ' 2 aseg lounge. The departmeht also Will receive another ' I ifull time faculty member who will be teach- Qing the 'courses in Ozgganic Chemistry As departments, and the Chemistry depart- a gQQd Start' ei s l t it it WM ' :5:.:w::: ic 5 e w Maggy!! w ew w Vrfeie H ww Mft?" ww Meg 1 w w H 'H JZ., tg: bl , , 6251-gy Ja,w11f16iQgi1L3,TSQ1:l1N:.iLLeCwt1llICS'tQ the freshmen nursiiggastudeggs about organic chemistry gm M y s it iso yi i After an analyucal c Bernetta Bri-iy in ,bv-N Jw ' S.. I 1 F I 3 -. 4' J 1-" lab, St. Joanne Dupnt, Mary Mc Donald, Helen concerning the results. -Diane Taylor carefu1ly:ifkilkre1igiilff5ec1ieinicals on the Cathy Wottreng an! experiment. balance scale ' -V - I -V . fan- , 1 4 ii' fs, ,nga i '-T"1 The 811715 are ?'YfQ.Ek1nS VefYss3?2Q5fi fe builds Pyramid-, it Sore muscles and stiif joints are zgnly one side of the Physically lEduQQation program at Viterbol Couiises are directed for the future Elementary teachers. Young men and Women receive instruction ofiethe rules, and techniques ford various s-ports such as basketball, tennis, and Volleyball. A new dimension of willtbef dnr seen next year admlen's basketball teain will be organized. They might even Win a game or two, or three or! ! ! :EW :::fi57i:2 ' . . , 1 W ' 1-25? Phys l X Rodney Iiiawdy the male phys. ed. instructor the fundamentals of tennis. Th an bodyi is an for The producfion of gyilgkig 1iGir1s' basketball games are rather slow, WF .35 51:0710- ,K Ar t. if . j 44 ..-e I.: 'L --A . - Z x 1 wwf ff x - fl, .-- ' :,..f,g I .sl 5 Y 1172 fn: T' xg: X I . 4. 5 Q! 'M fZffif2,'fQsieg:.-925 Y' 'N H. Facullfy, i, 5 1, , ,gl .L Adminfsfrdzfioht ,. . ., . , X A 'J 6 054 . .A 8 tj" JI, ARLENESIKORSKI Secretary ...Q Q r 2' 4. I A Y Q, , -. f , ,N WALTER SWARTHOUT Chef R. C. VAN DER POEL Theology S. M. WEISENBECK T .Miisic , H px wma: 2 mwgggf 1 AS. B. STARK French JUDY THOMPSON Bookstore .ef S. M. WEBER Sociology s. M. R. WERNEB Education fo fhe counsel of S. M. STEFFES Music S. CARLENE UNSER Art S. A. P. WEIBEL Medical Records LOIS WIRKUS Mr Chamberlam always Phys1cg1L,Eld. years. Desiderafa 'P W protected the wine bottle. Pictures unavailable Margot Arnedorf S1ster Anmna Averbeck Beverly Batchelder Dorothy Beers Mary Blaschl-ce Carr1e Jo Braden Loulse Byrns SISYCT Joyce Conwell Helen I-Iorlhan Rose Kreutz Iudlth Larson John Lynch G1or1a Patterson S1gna Schroeder S1Ster A Schwelger Sara Sohmer Slster T Wurzer Charles Young Srster F Zoeller Slster C T Fell Srsterj F Ferrmg Carol Gratten Nursmg MUSIC Nursmg Nursmg SOC1a1 Work Nursmg Ph'yS1CS Med Tech Nurse Nursmg Nursmg Adnusswns Home Ec Intern Nursmg H1story NUIS1Dg SOCIHI Worko Musm Nursmg Nursmg Nursrng . . - . . . Q.-,--wx Q - . ,, , w "fw2'f1f" jsjgegigg ' , , , Y , 1,w,r.-:fs. - 'A ' 'VY11 , ' -V 1 iE1iifYff55,f1Y, ' K Fffzi' 7 1 n , N 0 - U 3 .M -is I! Q? K i 5 L s ,, 'YP' 11, , Inn. and Ruth Recker enjoyed sculpturing one winter afternoon. ' it 451 af.. , 1-I su 1 Y . VEB? Q I 3, wx 1. I' . f,. , if ' 554 if '95 ' ' ' "' " 1, 1 1+ - f-ai? A mmm-Waimea: " 'W Z-SFR . . 'Ei if ,1--A I " ln 3 figu- J ?fl5l - 7 :S 'Ea " ii- ffl it sjigg 'T' Daily Life The i eriod of life IF il' ?f' 0lU9'1 for 1 living 'ond honourobfly 4 Terence The students' life at Viterbo is inclusive of each individual's desires. The college provides an atniosphere primarily for study but notreliniinating the possibilinisswly foryfun iandfeiagigymenti Well rounded yiLy iterests can be .adequately satisfied Viterbo Collegegdampus . iiiiiiiiiiiiii The dormatory residents of Marian, and Mc Donald Halls never Witness a dull moment. Mischievious endeavors are done in fun and the lucky one usually sleeps through them. y l' l' Wssissflif, Ax " M 1 fffsffssffm I1 if : 1, 1 M11 Eff , si ' 1 ' 1.53-fTi'7f1'fQ2'7fei 1 M1 1 1 11 , .angie-sniff, ,i 1 MaAsf,sgaas,f 1 3 M 1 1 , Tim many other students ,Spend much time studying. 1 Wil-ll- ii ug i i i 1 i i ' -V ll 1 ' U ll ' .o,.o,.o,ff:ffssffss1 H i i ni Vx X X , ,f t 1 Q W 5551- l l 1: wi ' A , cl 5, , Y- l 0 f' 5' ' 1 f 32 .- L an . .f- xlmrg . . S 1 ' ,fi , 4 .5-.- 'L - fx If ,v,-V . 1 .A .- Mc Donald Hall residents Augusto Aranibar, Bob Sauer, Dean'1?5binborn efigage in atifwater balloon fig11t.fw are? 2ll all those :L eawfly memorles, l fl icolqhot get another setp eee tti S Onefhos only those. . l t e e elell wma Cath er Kathy Stemweis and Gloria Kumert spend a relaxing evening in the rumpus room. E M, E wx fe l ' , . t. E- l we-eva ' " 'fx A ',pFF' gf '. , . Daily Life yi V Y 5 1 " 'I 1 I A 'sw NS in .5 btw I iw LH QF- 'F ' A' ' i Adrian Roberg and QBELOW, Mary Tully ' seems quite interested in the conversation. Not having maid service, john Accardo and Dean Beinborn Wipe up the domestic chores. ,QBELOWJ How soundly does George Glander sleep? i 'fd 1 f I ' S., EE. A7 1 A cage--,-.m-V ,X ., I A fm' f fi! tl' if J 'f.ci'l,,'XX' . ' ,N .AE 'a , y N ,- X-A Q. W ,, n . Q 1 W ll N W- N X gg " N 1 M 1 , ,Ah L ff., ,fill rl if if v ww H v w 5' w nw H , .. e en T fl Ritggy Taffy me and popcbrn . Soggial life atfViterbo is ainclusive of meliif things. ighis springfga special of for faculty and sttfdents was held in the cafeteria. A picnic was scheduled for Sigturday at I-Iouska park but lb as rainid out. Onigaturday in d d dining area at Marian H2111 which pf?6Ved an enjoyable evening for all who at- tended. 5521135 W xi 'le me iii m Bam Renze Linda Kubarski Carla Noel, ZZYE for the sinigg. 'Make your life inferesfing and gverybpdy else thai The residents of Mc Donald Hall decided ggsme entertainment also. H '-in ,- w W f LJ .,-f' ' f X I . and Nancy Sanders, provide I to yo urs elf wg wafches with speculation ' that they should provide L Charles Dlckens Students enjoyed the plcmcs held at Houska Park tis 5 'gf f 5 fi 1 , 1 Q ,A -if K If XM in 'T v- P. N V 'r . Q gl N 9 X f' 'Q 3 'F -1 x F , Q in 91 Q r' W ff . - L LJ A - s . 4 f . , 3 4 'V ' -, , 2" . - , . . ,A J 6 , k YJ, ' s' fm -'B ' pf 2. 4 A v' -I V Qw- ' f ...X ,. . I ' , 2. 'YI' V 15 ' lv' W 'gif' 'M' ff Aw . Q W' I , iA .- , -, l ,Q , vw, Q s' 11' 5 ,rf-X' li f S 'R' 1' is A jf S. .1-Q. " L. A A.A . ffl -' V -2.2. . the Viterbo '76 program. beginning the Senate- T. S. Elliof ,f I Eiigxi It was a really big A show. Viterbo '76, the C ultimate of allfund- raising efforts at .Viter- bo College, demonstra- ted to the people of La Crosse what our college does for the community. Students and faculty' to- gether, joined in songas a finalelto let the audience knoW what a "groovy" spot Viterbo College is. ' We may not have gotten the 1.3 mil- lion we were aiming .for that night, but it was a lot of fun. Sfudenf-Foculfy. f C Senate Begun in 1971 the D Viterbo College Student Faculty Senate is the governing body of the college. The members of the .Senate are com- A prisecl of twelve elected Students from the Sopho- more, Junior and Senior classes, and all full- A A time faculty members of the college. Also the - Senate committees are very important in organ- izing and planning for the future of the college. Faculty members such as Steven Bedwell and Fr. Kaiser, and twelve students comprise the voting body of the Viterbo Senate. Discovery Brings New Beginnings I wenf into Ihe woods because I wished Io live deliberafely, Io front only fhe essenfial facfs of life and see if I could noi learn whaf if had Io Ieachg and noi when I came Io die discover Ihai I had nof lived. Henry David Thoreau 82 U TS!- F 1 1 1 i I, .H 1 . W , I if pi'- - N if 0 'i1 rf' Q 31 .T .fx 'QQ vw- , .'N4,,.'q" - ! 4 5 Q Kfww .xv N K Groduofes And I know If l'll only be frue To this glorious quesf L 1 MARILYN BA RT KUS Nursing A :X 0 BARBARA CLEMENTS Nursing JOSEPHINE ADA Elementary Education RITA BA RT LETT Elementary Education BONNIE COX Sociology 86 MA RY AMUN S ON Nuxsing SR. SHARON BERGER Home Economics ' L 9 MANUELITA CURRY Elementary Education as SR. PATRICIA ANDRE Art Education If In Q VERONICA BESCH Nursing BARBARA AUGUSTINE Home Economics MARY BITTNER Chemistry Biology ,!,. I A E -. I Groduoies KATHLEEN BAI-IL Medical Records SR. BETTY JO BLISS Music Education DONNA DALSING SR. JOANNE DUPONT SALLY DWYER Nursing Mathematics Nursing 87 Graduafes ig , , , 1 BEVERLY EDER Nursing MA RY FRUEHAUF Medical Records MA RY HELBING Nursing ELIZABETH ENOS ARDELL FARBER History Medical Records NANCY GAUSTAD CATHERINE GIBSON Elementary Education Nursing SR. KAREN HOPI-IAN SR. KATHERINE I-IOPI-IAN Elementary Education Nursing 88 Groduofes SUSAN FICK JANE FITZPATRICK MARY FRISCH Nursing Nursing Elem entary Education GEORGE GLANDER SUSAN HASER SR. JOYCE HEIL Theatre Arts Nursing Nursing SHIRLEY IDEKER Home Economics Thaf my hear? Will be peaceful and calm When l'm laid to my resf 89 Groduafes N MARGARET JOHNSON KRISTINE KAMPA SR. GEORGIA KAMPWERTH Home Economics Elementary Education Nursing - l BARBARA KLEIN SUSAN LAUBMEIER CHERYL LEYDE Nursing Nursing Elementary Education w- h 1 I I'- 5 SR . DIAN E MA RES H DEL ORES MCG RAW MA RYELLEN MEINHOLZ Ele mentary Educ ation Nursing Home Economics 90 MARY KELS EY Nursing SR. DARLENE LINSMEYER Elementary Education CARLA NOEL Elementary Education Grcduafes And fhe world will be beffer for fhis . JANE KING Nursing THERESA LYNCH ELLEN MALIN Elementary Education Music Education RUTH ORCUTT CAROL OSTERHAUS Medical Records Nursing 91 Graduafes DIANA PASCH KAREN PEDRETTI SR. VIVIAN PETERSEN Nursing Nursing Elementary Education 5 ,fx ,E - , - , a-iii xx ' I 1-Q: - fs Lak? ' 'X 'ri ' x 5 H ' X R 4 ' "T xx r Q ez N in lg., in 'Vi i 'V in M J - -In A SR. ELIZABETH SANER JOANN SCHROEDER JANE SCHULTZ Music Education Nursing Elementary Education Thai one man scorned and covered wiih s-cars, Siill strives with his Iosi ounce of courage . MA RILYN SLATTERY Nursing 92 CA ROLYN PFIFFNER Elementary Education BA RBA RA SI-IEA Nursing MARIE SLINDEE Art Educ ation Graduates s Q A ww MARY REIMAN DIANE RUD Medical Records Home Economics SR. PATRICLA SIEPKER MARIBETH SKEMP Elementary Education Nursing 91? COLLEEN SMITH MAUREEN STEUER Nursing Elementary Education 93 Graduates MARGARET SWING SR. JULIE TYDRICH MATILDA VEGA Music Education Medical Records Art Education , in , ff, I DORIS WALDERA SR. CHRISANNE WEISBECK HELEN WILEY To reach fhe unreachable 94 3 I 'n 9.- 5 ., Ls, -3 3. wb 3, I ima " 1 P 3-5131- 4.44 r'2..gf44'31J.5'ffL .wi A W Qi w -sf I WH'- .1 ffiu 1 "tx 4 ' 1. 1 , 4 4 I 4,-L 4,46 3il,x .i. 1 -s 4' 1. 1 01.4 3 .EL-E., f fr r 55 fi I fr' A N ',Q!L fm I is Gr. L' QL 1 4 5 1' xx 5' Q 4 .ffl 'i u WW W. The end is ' ' 'TQ " W ll EW W W WW W WP- WW2 W WW " W2-Wm SW WW WW '12 -if x W :W -f WW WW .LQ s W H SU ,. WW N W 3 WW BW WW WW vw. WW WW WWW -, WW W W. WW W W WW WW W WW WM WW ,Fm E, W: where we sfarf from. T1 S. Elliot 'W WW 1 W' W My WM H 14531 wi" "H WW ll W ' " ' 3:32 ggfwi W, W H HW W H 4,1 1 fl, M W WW ,Wx W WV' 'MW wg-:Wa " W2 is is W W W " 2155 2 ' WW 'W M ,, A.v,, w , . , M " H fl :WWHWWVW " ,W ' 1 G5 ,J Mig W X H W T L: . . ff1wfWgWQ,,,Q SH, 2 in WWW! 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