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Ninety-Fifth Year 




Southern Illinois University 

EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS 




OBJECTIVES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



TO EXALT BEAUTY 

In God, 

in nature, and 
in art; 
Teaching how to love the best 

but to keep the hu?nan touch; 

TO ADVANCE LEARNING 

In all lines of truth 

wherever they may lead, 
Showing how to think 

rather than what to think, 
Assisting the powers 

of the mind 
In their self-development; 

TO FORWARD IDEAS AND IDEALS 

In our democracy, 
Inspiring respect for others 

as for ourselves, 
Ever promoting freedom 

with responsibility; 

TO BECOME A CENTER OF ORDER AND LIGHT 

That knowledge may lead 

to understanding 
And understanding 

to wisdom. 



Commencement 

June 10, 1969 



Board of Trustees 



Southern Illinois University operates under the jurisdiction of a Board of Trustees created by a 
Charter granted by the Illinois General Assembly. The Board consists of seven members appointed by 
the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Instruction who serves as an ex officio member. Mem- 
bers are appointed for terms of six years. 

Mr. Lindell W. Sturgis, Chairman Metropolis 

Mr. Harold R. Fischer, V ice-Chairman Granite City 

Mr. Melvin C. Lockard, Secretary Mattoon 

Dr. Martin V. Brown Carbondale 

Mr. Ivan A. Elliott, Jr Carmi 

Mr. F. Guy Hitt Benton 

Mr. Eugene T. Simonds Carbondale 

Honorable Ray Page (Ex officio) Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 



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The University 



southern Illinois university was established 
in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal University. 
The shortened name became official in 1947 by 
action of the state legislature. 

In 1874 the first building on the campus at 
Carbondale was completed, financed by state- 
appropriated funds and contributions from citi- 
zens of Jackson County. In the fall of that year, 
the first regular academic year for the school, 
150 students were enrolled. The student popula- 
tion has increased steadily and now exceeds 31,- 
000. 

For some years after its establishment, South- 
ern Illinois University operated as a two-year 
normal school. In 1907 it became a four-year, 
degree-granting institution, though continuing 
its two-year course until 1936. In 1943, after a 
vigorous campaign led by President Roscoe Pul- 
liam, the state legislature changed the institu- 
tion, which had been in theory exclusively a 
teacher-training school, into a university, thereby 
taking official recognition of the great demand in 
the area for diversified training. 

The action of the legislature led to establish- 
ing colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Vocations and Professions, offering 
the Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor 
of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Grad- 
uate work was instituted in 1943 and the Grad- 
uate School was formally established in 1948. At 
this time it was authorized to grant the Master 
of Arts and Master of Science degrees in addi- 
tion to the Master of Science in Education. In 
1952 the Master of Fine Arts degree was added 
to the list, the Doctor of Philosophy in 1955, 
and in 1956 the Master of Music and the Master 
of Music Education. The divisions of Communi- 
cations, Fine Arts, and Rural Studies were 
established in 1953, and in 1955 became the 
schools of Communications, Fine Arts, and Agri- 
culture, respectively. The College of Vocations 
and Professions was dissolved, and a School of 
Business was created in 1956. In 1957 the De- 
partment of Home Economics became the School 
of Home Economics. In 1959 the Department of 
Applied Science became the School of Applied 
Science, which, in 1961, was renamed the School 
of Technology to include the engineering pro- 
grams. The growth of classes for adults and for 
those seeking technical training led to the estab- 



lishment in 1953 of the Division of Technical 
and Adult Education, of which the Vocational- 
Technical Institute is a part. The Department of 
Nursing was established in 1955. 

The Small Business Institute was established 
in 1954, and the Community Development In- 
stitute was established in 1956. The Labor, Latin 
American, and Rehabilitation institutes were 
created in 1957, the Transportation Institute in 
1960, and the Center for the Study of Crime, 
Delinquency, and Corrections in 1961. 

In 1949 the Belleville Residence Center was 
established. Then, because of the growing de- 
mand for educational opportunities in the Madi- 
son-St. Clair counties area, the University estab- 
lished the Alton Residence Center and the East 
St. Louis Residence Center in 1957. In 1959 the 
Southwestern Illinois agencies were organized 
into a unit coordinate with the Carbondale Cam- 
pus. These two units are now named the Car- 
bondale Campus and the Edwardsville Campus. 
Classes were first held on the new Edwardsville 
Campus in 1965, with instruction continuing at 
the Alton and East St. Louis centers. 

The Edwardsville Campus instructional or- 
ganization consists of the Business Division, 
Education Division, Fine Arts Division, Humani- 
ties Division, Science and Technology Division, 
Social Sciences Division, and the Department of 
Nursing, in which an undergraduate student may 
choose one of thirty-three different concentra- 
tions leading to a bachelor's degree. Graduate 
students may choose concentrations leading to 
the following degrees: Master of Arts, Master 
of Business Administration, Master of Music 
Education, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Sci- 
ence, and Master of Science in Education. The 
Certificate of Specialist is available for persons 
in education who wish to study beyond the mas- 
ter's degree. 

The presidents of the University have been 

Robert Allyn 1874-1892 

John Hull 1892-1893 

Harvey W. Everest 1893-1897 

Daniel B. Parkinson 1897-1913 

Henry W. Shryock 1913-1935 

Roscoe Pulliam 1935-1944 

Chester F. Lay 1945-1948 

Delyte W. Morris 1948- 



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Concert 



7:00 p.m. 



The Southern Illinois University Symphonic Band, 
Edwardsville 

C. Dale Fjerstad, Conductor 



Preceding the Commencement Exercises 

A Festival Prelude Alfred Reed 

Second Suite in F for Military Band Gustav Holst 

March 

Song Without Words 
Song of the Blacksmith 
Fantasia on the "Dargason" 

Procession of Nobles Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov 



Order of the Exercises 



CONCERT 



Southern Illinois University Symphonic Band 

Edwardsville 



PROCESSIONAL 



INVOCATION 

The Rev. Henry Nicholson Pastor, Truelight Baptist Church 

East St. Louis 



address 

The Honorable Paul H. Douglas Former United States Senator for Illinois 

The Universe Without and the World Within 



conferring of the honorary degrees 
President Delyte W. Morris 

Presentation of the Candidates 



Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

President Delyte W. Morris 



Presentation of Candidates for Certificates 
and Associate Degrees 



Assistant Dean Emery R. Casstevens 



Presentation of Candidates for Baccalaureate Degrees 



Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



Presentation of Candidates for Graduate Degrees 



Dean William Simeone 



presentation OF DIPLOMAS 

Chancellor John S. Rendleman 

(Professor Hollis L. White will read names of graduates as they receive diplomas) 



Division of Technical and Adult Education 

Business Division 

Education Division 

Fine Arts Division 

Humanities Division 

Department of Nursing 

Science and Technology Division 

Social Sciences Division 

Graduate School 



Emery R. Casstevens, Assistant Dean 

Kenneth H. Myers, Dean 

Deane Wiley, Dean 

Andrew J. Kochman, Dean 

Gerald J. T. Runkle, Dean 

Lucille H. McClelland, Dean 

Laurence McAneny, Dean 

Earl S. Beard, Dean 

Donal G. Myer, Assistant Dean 



VI 



RECOGNITION OF AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS 



President Delyte W. Morris 



CONFERRING OF DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 

President Delyte W. Morris 
Presentation of the Candidate 



Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



benediction 

The Rev. Henry Nicholson 



recessional 



The members of the audience are asked to remain at their seats until the faculty and grad- 
uates have completed the recessional. 

The President's Reception will be held at the Commencement Site immediately following 
the exercises. 



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Granting of Degrees 



Granting of degrees is contingent upon the successful completion of work in progress. Line following 
hometown indicates field of concentration of candidates. One asterisk after name indicates candidate 
is being graduated with honors, two asterisks indicate high honors, and three asterisks indicate highest 
honors. Persons graduating with highest honors are awarded life memberships in the Alumni Associa- 
tion. The symbol f after a student's name indicates candidate was a member of the Dean's College. 



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Candidates for the Associate Degree 



DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 



ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



Sharon Joyce Balcer 

Granite City — Executive 
Secretarial 
Joan E. Bellmann 

Troy — Executive Secretarial 
Donald W. Bensman 

Alton — Management 
Lewis Dean Bunch 

Granite City — Management 
Donald E. Campbell 

Collinsville — Management 
Charles Fred Cintalon 

Breese — Management 
Billy C. Forsee 

B righton — Manage ment 



Lawrence F. Gassel 

Jennings, Missouri — Accounting 
Linda K. Geschwend 

Edwardsville — Executive 
Secretarial. 
Linda M. Campbell Hormann 

Granite City — Accounting 
Mable Louise Jenkins 

East St. Louis — Management 

Billy J. Mainer 

Edwardsville — Management 

Cheryl Ann Nepute 
Collinsville — Executive 
Secretarial 



Trudy Ann Neudecker 

Highland — Accounting 
Carol Jene Reyne 

Alton — Accounting 
Ann Dee Sowers 

East Alton — Executive 
Secretarial 
Clyde F. Stewart 

Godfrey — Management 
Sandra Katherine Vosholler 

Highland — Executive Secretarial 
Wilfred F. Wappelhorst 

Alton — Manage ment 
Lawrence R. Zimmer 

Edwardsville — Accounting 



Alice M. Bono 

East Alton — Accounting 
Patricia W. B runner 

Godfrey — Executive Secretarial 



IN ABSENTIA 

Lana Tidwell Humphrey 

Biloxi, Mississippi — Executive 
Secretarial 



June Carolyn Marmon 
Collinsville — Executive 
Secretarial 



Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 



BUSINESS DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Frederick John Kenetski 
Belleville — Economics 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Stephen Hampton Adams 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Edward Dennis Albertson 

Alton — Management 
Robert H. Allen 

East St. Louis — Management 
Darryl G. Amschler 

Godfrey — Marketing 
Franklin D. Arbeiter 

Granite City — Management 

Julian Eugene Armbruster 

Highland — Management 
Gerald Wayne Ash 

Alton — Economics 
Roger L. Baldridge, Sr. 

Belleville — Accounting 
Ronald S. Barberis 

East St. Louis — Accounting 
Marjorie D. Batson * 

Belleville — Accounting 
David Dixon Beaman 

Granite City — Marketing 
Daniel Charles Beatty 

St. Louis — Accounting 
Jean Marie Beeherer 

Belleville — Accounting 
Martha Louise Bellmann 

Troy — Secretarial Studies 

Lawrence J. Bielicke 
Belleville — Accounting 

Stephen Gale Blakeman 

Edwardsville — Management 

Vernon A. Bollman 
Chester — Management 

James F. Bonser 

Granite City — Management 

Wayne Melvin Braasch 
Dorsey — Managemen t 

Gary L. Brakemeyer 
God f rey — Marke ting 

John Otto Brenner * 

St. Louis — Management 

Raymond Edward Briesacher 
Belleville — Accounting 



Harry Allen Briggs, Jr. 

Granite City — Management 
Barry Raymond Bruder 

Ferguson, Missouri — Marketing 
William D. Burns 

East Alton — Marketing 
Johnny E. Campbell 

East St. Louis — Accounting 
Gerald W. Carson 

O'Fallon — Accounting 
Jerry Lee Chandler 

Edwardsville — Management 
Phyllis Whaley Charlton 

Granite City — Accounting 
Donald E. Clevenger 

Edwardsville — Management 
John W. Crown 

Granite City — Management 

Frank Leroy Davis 

Belleville — Accounting 
Orvis F. Deremiah, Jr. 

East St. Louis — Management 
Billy J. Dickinson 

Belleville — Accounting 

John Andrew Diefenbach 

East St. Louis — Marketing 
Kenneth Robert Diel 

Belleville — Accounting 
Leo Terrence Doyle 

Belleville — Management 
Marion Carl Durbin 

Alton — Accounting 
William Joseph Durney 

St. Louis — Management 
Jerry Owen Edele 

St. Louis — Management 
Barry Eisenberg 

Ferguson, Missouri — Marketing 
Keith Hubert Evans 

Collinsville — Marketing 
Susan Louise Falls 

East St. Louis — Marketing 
Fred A. Frame 

East St. Louis — Management 
Robert H. Freeman 

Godfrey — Management 



John A. Fritz 

Belleville — Management 
Nicholas John Gavura 

Bridgeton, Missouri — 
Management 
Michael Ralph Gereaue 

Collinsville — Management 
Richard Leon Gosnell 

Granite City — Accounting 
Thomas C. Graham 

Brighton — Marketing 
Virgil James Grizzle 

East Alton — Management 
Marian Kay Gronau 

Collinsville — Marketing 
Ronald Charles Gurgens 

Collinsville — Management 
Donald Paul Hagemann 

St. Louis — Accounting 
Gary Dean Halbe 

Granite City — Management 
Robert H. Heitler 

St. Louis — Accounting 
Ronald Joseph Henschen 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Wayne Eugene Henson 

Alton — Accounting 
William P. Herrington 

East St. Louis — Marketing 
Carol R. Hertich 

Belleville — Marketing 
Leslie Dale Hinrichs 

O'Fallon — Accounting 
Larry J. Hoffman 

East St. Louis — Marketing 
William S. Hoppe 

Edwardsville — Accounting 
Carol Ruth Hughes 

Bethalto — Marketing 
Howard William Hunze 

Ferguson, Missouri — 
Management 
Jacqueline K. Horsley Hutti 

Granite City — Accounting 
Gary Gene Ingoldsby 

Glen Carbon — Management 



Harris W. Jones Jr. 

Springfield — Marketing 
Carl Norman Joslin II 

Cahokia — Accounting 
James W. Juengling 

Edwardsville — Accounting 
Mark K. Kassebaum 

Edwardsville — Marketing 
Robert John Keating 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Management 
John Joseph Keleman Jr. 

Affton. Missouri — Management 
Thomas John Kelly 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Richard Lewis Kimbell 

East St. Louis — Management 
Michael Gene Klaus 

Marine — Marketing 
Edward Daniel Knell Jr. 

CoUinsville— -Accounting 
Walter Raymond Knepper 

East St. Louis — Accounting 
William Robert Knepper 

East St. Louis — Management 
Thomas J. Korte 

Highland — Management 
Jean Reid Kuethe 

Edwardsville — Accounting 
Theodore Earle LaBoube 

St. Louis — Accounting 
Robert Lee Lambert 

Brighton — Management 
Mark Joseph Lawless * 

Casey ville — Economics 
David G. Lawrence 

Belleville — Management 
Webb William Lewis 

Edwardsville — Management 
Robert Owen Link 

Edwardsville — Management 
Keith A. Loemker 

Worden — Management 
Drew Allen Loless 

Edwardsville — Management 
Joel E. Looney 

Belleville — Accounting 
Michael L. Lukens 

St. Louis — Management 
Terry Wood Lyerla 

Collinsville — Management 
Terry R. Lynn 

Edwardsville — Marketing 
James Bernard Mang 

Granite City — Accounting 
Tony Marino 

St. Louis — Accounting 
William F. Markuly Jr. 

East St. Louis — Management 
William Edward McCoy 

St. John's, Missouri — Marketing 
Pauline Delia McDonnell 

Cahokia — Accounting 
John Thomas McHale Jr. 

St. Ann, Missouri — Management- 
James Lawrence Meile 

East St. Louis — Management 



Leonard Leland Moore 

Piasa — Management 
Edmond Joseph Mossotti 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Donald Edward Mueth 

Belleville — Management 
Donald Albert Mulnik 

Madison — Marketing 
Richard J. Naumann Jr. 

Belleville — Marketing 
Daniel Anthony Neubauer 

St. Louis — Accounting 
Paul Richard Nieburg 

St. Louis — Accounting 
Frederick E. Noeth Jr. 

Granite City — Management 
James Joseph Odorizzi *** 

Edwardsville — Management 
Victoria Anne Goode Olion 

East St. Louis — Secretarial 
Studies 
William Whitehill Ormerod Jr. 

Ferguson, Missouri — 
Management 
Stephen Bruce Otte 

Edwardsville — Management 
Alexander M. Pacewic 

Collinsville — Marketing 
Herbert Peel Jr. 

Bethalto — Marketing 
Robert John Pinkerton 

Ferguson, Missouri — 
Management 
Griffin Porter Jr. 

Alton — Management 
Everett Eugene Powell 

East Alton — Management 
Mary Pauline Powers 

Belleville — Marketing 
David Edward Procasky 

Belleville — Accounting 
C. James Reuter 

Springfield — Marketing 
Francis Theodore Richter 

Breese — Accounting 
Carl William Riebeling Jr. 

Columbia — Management 
Ray J. Robinson 

Alton — Management 
Robert Duane Rodarmel 

Edwardsville — Management 
Harry Edward Ross 

Caseyville — Management 
Raymond Rush 

East St. Louis — Management 
Jack Paul Sandrin 

Edwardsville — Management 
Mary Donna Scaturro 

Venice — Marketing 
Robert J. Schwarz Sr. 

Highland — Management 
James R. Scroggins 

Wood River — Management 
William A. See 

Belleville — Management 
Robert Norman Shippey 

Belleville — Management 



Theodore F. Sikora 

Caseyville — Accounting 
Richard Harry Skiff 

Alton — Economics 
Raymond M. Spears 

Jennings, Missouri — Marketing 
Michael Paul Sprouse 

Caseyville — Management 
Noble Ray Stallons 

East St. Louis — Management 

Robert Steffen 

Collinsville — Accounting 
Dorothy Louise Stockett f 

Collinsville — Management 

Albert Briard Sullivan 

Edwardsville — Management 
Perry A. Tayon Jr. 

Granite City — Marketing 
Dennis Joseph Tenllado 

East St. Louis — Marketing 
Richard Allen Thornton 

East St. Louis — Management 
Leon Cornelius Thouvenot 

Belleville — Accounting 
Michael Charles Tinkler 

Dupo — Accounting 
David G. Tissier 

Belleville — Management 
Terry M. Traynor 

Edwardsville — Management 
Albert Francis Tretter 

Edwardsville — Management 
Ronald Gene Vasel 

Affton, Missouri — Management 
Edwin C. Wallace 

Alton — Economics 
James Ronald Walsh 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Frederich Henry Walther 

Jerseyville — Management 
Ronald Francis Westcott 

Florissant, Missouri — Economics 
John L. Whalen 

Ferguson, Missouri — 
Management 

Milton Stanley Wharton 
Edwardsville — Management 

Randall Thomas Wieser 
St. Louis — Marketing 

Larry R. Wilbourn 

Litchfield — Management 

Porter Glenn Williams 
Alton — Managemen t 

Gary L. Willison 

Bethalto — Accounting 

Larry August Willman 
Greenville — Accounting 

Edward Louis Witschie 

Edwardsville — Management 

David K. Wright 

Collinsville — Management 

James Louis Zaccagni 

Springfield — Accounting 
Pierre Kay Albright 

O'Fallon — Marketing 



IN ABSENTIA 



James Michael Belobraydic 
Collinsville — Management 

James Michael Dammrich 
East St. Louis — Management 

Gregory George Guntly 
St. Charles Missouri — 
Accounting 

Seigle Charles Hayes 
Alton — Managemen t 



Jerome A. Hengehold 

Edwardsville — Managemen t 
Ronald Joseph Marrone 

Glen Carbon — Management 
Spencer V. Moore 

Edwardsville — Management 
Larry Andrew Oien 

Lebanon — Marketing 
Stephen W. Powell 

Ferguson, Missouri — 
Management 



Michael L. Rarick 

Collinsville — Accounting 
James William Stevenson 

Edwardsville — Management 
Robert Lawrence White III 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Management 
Richard E. Wollenberg 

St. Louis — Management 



EDUCATION DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Marilyn Ann Beckwith 

Collinsville — Psychology 
Linda D. Biciocchi 

Hartford — Psychology 
Jon R. Birdsell 

Belleville — Psychology 
Roger Clair Buchta 

Edwardsville — Psychology 
Donald R. Burlington 

Alton — Psychology 
Bettina Claire Camden 

Carrollton — Psychology 
E. Claude Cosby, Jr. 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Paul Steven Czervinske 

Collinsville — Psychology 

David A. Daly 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Mark Edward Eyestone *f 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Michael Joseph Fanale 

Edwardsville — Psychology 

Jeanne L. Gieszelmann 
Edwardsville — Psychology 



Carolyn Ann Gill 

Berkeley, Missouri — Psychology 

Richard George Howard 
Granite City — Psychology 

Michael Ervin Keister * 
Wood River — Psychology 

Donna Leah Kennedy 
Alton — Psychology 

Lanny Clifford Koelz 
Highland — Psychology 

Kenneth Eugene Kratz 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Mary Jeannette Love 

Belleville — Psychology 
Grace L. Madison 

Alton — Psychology 
Fred Pyron McBride Jr. 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Janice Louise Meyers 

Alton — Psychology 
Paul Joseph Mills 

Granite City — Psychology 
Christine Nikki Ann Pashoff 

Madison — Psychology 



Lolita L. Shelby 

East St. Louis — Psychology 

Susan Gay Sikes 

Bethalto — Psychology 
Waldorf Astor Singfield, Jr. 

St. Louis — Psychology 
Ernest Allen Stephens 

Highland — Psychology 
Gregory Swierczek 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Carolyn Joyce Sykes 

Sparta — Psychology 
Teresa Lee Thomas 

Belleville — Psychology 
Stephen Denver Tripp 

Collinsville — Psychology 
Alan D. Tungett 

Cottage Hills — Psychology 
Alvin Dee Wilkinson 

St. Louis — Psychology 
Lewis Allen Williams 

B rownstown — Psychology 
Paul Edward Wilson 

St. Louis — Psychology 



Richard Allen Reichelt 

Ferguson, Missouri — Psychology 



IN ABSENTIA 

Betsy Tompkins Spearman 
Bethalto — Psychology 



Walter W. Wiegers Jr. 
St. Louis — Psychology 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Richard B. Acker 

Belleville — History 
Edna M. Alexander 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Phyllis Provart Armstrong 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Margie Kersch Atkinson 
Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara Bagent 

South Roxana — Elementary 
Education 



Judith Anne Balla 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Brenda Christine Balutis 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Marvin E. Barth 

Godfrey — Business Education 
Jane Frances Bauer 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Charles E. Bell 

East Alton — Physical Education 



Alison Felt Belt 
Highland — History 

Virginia Livingston Bender 
East St. Louis — Mathematics 

Fay Frank Berry 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Jane Mulvill Blaine 
Alton — Mathematics 

Leellyn Blanchard 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 



Hazel Bland 

East St. Louis — Special 
Education 

Janette Carol Bolin 
Bethalto — Elementary 
Education 

Linda Joyce Bolin 

Moro — Elementary Education 

Dorothy S. Bosworth 

East St. Louis — Sociology 

William Henry Boyd 
East St. Louis — English 

Edward Earl Bradford 
Bridgeton, Missouri — 
Mathematics 

Barbara L. Bradley 
Belleville — Elemen tary 
Education 

Jacqueline LaVern Bridgman 

St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Alma G. Brooks 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Carole Sue Brown 

Litchfield — English 
Karen R. Brown 

Cahokia — Elementary Education 
Barbara Louise Bruen 

Edwardsville — Special Education 
Robert Buecher 

Millstadt — History 
Vicki Galvin Buechler * 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Carl W. Buedel Jr. 

Springfield — Business Education 
Pamela Lynn Boyd Buettner 

East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Paul John Burrus 

Alton — Business Education 
Linda Calmese 

East St. Louis — Business 
Education 
Henry Tommie Cardwell 

Murphysboro — Sociology 

Mary Ellen Stephenson Carlile 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Georgia Ann Carnago 

St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Harold Lee Case 

Venice — Psychology 
Gail Annette Clelland * 

Litchfield — Special Education 
Barbara Ann Collins 

Edwardsville — Special Education 
Laura M. Collins 

Centreville — Psychology 
Gary Otho Crane 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Evelyn Eileen Cross 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 



Marguerite S. Cross 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 

Ronald Lee Crowson 
Alton— Mathema tics 

Tommie J. Culley 

St. Louis — Business Education 

Thomas J. Dahncke 

Edwardsville — Physical 
Education 
Delois Stean Dale 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Ronald Dale Davis 

Madison — Business Education 
Helen Ruth Shelton Dean 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Jennifer Jane Dedinas 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Linda Marlyne Wacker Dellamano 

East Alton — Mathematics 
Sallie Jeanne Dickemper 

St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Gloria Deanna Jones Dickerson 

Edwardsville — Special Education 
Patricia Louise Dineff 

Granite City — Speech 

Janet G. Dixon 

East St. Louis — Business 
Education 
Ronald David Doyle 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 

Betty Andrews Dumont 

Granite City — Business 
Education 
Vera Lutes Dunham 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Lynn Etta Durward 

Jerseyville — Mathematics 
Ginger Lee Dustman 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Michael Bruce Edwards 

Venice — Social Studies 
Sylvia J. Eichelberger 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Brenda Lee Ellis 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Beverly Kathryn Elser 

Belleville — History 
Stella M. Engelke 

Worden — English 
Lois Audrey Engelland 

St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Oetken Ennis 

Bethalto — Elementary Education 
Angelo John Fiorino 

Collinsville — Mathematics 
Carl Foiles 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Kathleen Helen Franke 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 



Helen Brangenberg Friedel 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
Kathryn Lynn Fries 

Wood River — English 
Bonnie Marlin Fuller 

Granite City — English 

Shirley Jean Fuller 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Paulette Elizabeth Deal Gabel 

East Alton — English 
Norma Montgomery Gaston 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Betty Scogin Gault 
Scott Air Force Base 
Elementary Education 

James Leslie Geary 
Belleville — Sociology 

Richard Gerber 

Edwardsville — Physical 
Education 
Janice Gerstenecker 

Casey ville — Psychology 
Mary Jack Gilbreath 

Troy — English 

Paul Edward Goldman 

O'Fallon — Government 
Barbara Lynne Goodwin 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Patsy Jean Goss 

East Alton — Business Education 

George V. Graham 

Belleville — Biology 
Sue Ann Grieve 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Toi Louise Griffin 

Alton — Mathematics 

Shari Ann Grippi 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Virginia Joyce Grybinas 

O'Fallon — Elementary 
Education 
Margery Ann Haas 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Juanita Hammonds 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Albert Meints Hampton 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Marshall L. Hankins 

Collinsville — Art Education 
Georgia G. Harding 

Cahokia — Elementary Education 
Brenda Margaret Heinritz 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara Marie Heintz 

Alton — Special Education 
Christy Marie Heinz 

Granite City — Special Education 
Mary Diane Henderson 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 



Marilyn F. Hlavsa 

Edwardsville — Business 
Education 

Suzan Marie Hock 

Edwardsville — Physical 
Education 

Dianne Holland 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Lawrence William Hopen 
East St. Louis — Business 
Education 
Floyd H. Hopkins 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Arthur Joseph Huff 
Wood River — Physical 
Education 
Mary H. Hund * 

Mascoutah — Elementary 
Education 
Annie Earl Hunt 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Donald Arthur Hussey 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
William Michael Hyten 
Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Diane M. Isselhard 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Maxine Gause Jackson 
East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
Sandra LaMarsh Jacobs * 
Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Louise Jarvis 

Trenton — Business Education 
Birdie Mcintosh Johnson 
East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Sharon Marie Joiner 

East St. Louis — English 
Lowden H. Jordan 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Donna M. Julien 

Cahokia — Business Education 
Rita Sue Junod 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Susan Teresa Kaman 
Madison — Sociology 
Judith Ann Kamp 

St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Trannie Elaine Keely 

Wood River — Special Education 
Carol L. Kehoe 

Ferguson, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 
Dorothy Jean Kinder 

East St. Louis — English 
Karen Temple Kohne 

Sparta — Business Education 



Casimir Stephen Krakowiecki 

Madison — History 
Linda Lee Kramer 

Belleville — Elemen tary 
Education 

Jane Josephine Krause 
Granite City — Elementary 
Education 

Gene Terry Kunz 

Florissant, Missouri — Geography 

Ronald Edward Lanterman 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Mary Anne Goodwin Laurent 
Bethalto — Elemen tary 
Education 

Jo Ann Shelton Lawson 
Herculaneum, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 

Clara L. Leefers 

Shipman — Psychology 

Bonnie Louise Lehde 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Jessie A. Lemler 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 

Susan Lewis 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Donnie Wheeler Lockard 

Collinsville — -Physical Education 

Linda Jean Lundak 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Gary Kaye Lynn 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Ruby Celeste Mack 

East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Susan Maher 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 
Susan Kay Mann ** 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Michael Thomas Mannix 
Wood River — Physical 
Education 

Virginia Manns 

Alton — Special Education 
Evelyn Ann Mansholt 

Cottage Hills — Elementary 
Education 
Lloyd E. Marshall 

Jerseyville — Biology 
John Wade Martin 

Wood River — Physical 
Education 
Michael Edward Mason 

Bethalto — Mathematics 
Donald Dean Matte 

Germantown — History 
Robert Edgar Maupin 

Belleville — Physical Education 

Carol Ann Maynard 
Granite City — Business 
Education 



Mary L. McConathy 

Alton — Elementary Education 

Louise Marie McGinnis 
Safety Harbor, Florida — 
Elementary Education 

Ronald James Mclntyre 
St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 

Michael John McNamee 

Dellwood. Missouri — Business 
Education 

Jacquelyn D. McPherson 
Cottage Hills — Elementary 
Education 

Jacqueline Ann Means 
East St. Louis — Special 
Education 

William F. Meng 
Alton — Mathematics 

Susan Elaine Merker 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 

Anna Belle Miller 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Helena Rose Miller 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 

Kathleen Heller Mitchell 

Decatur — Business Education 

Shirley V. Mize * 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Kathleen D. Montgomery 

Madison — Business Education 

Ruby Mae Moore 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Joyce T. Morawski 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Ann Morgan 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Danny Trent Mosley 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Ruth Ann Moynihan 
East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
Lois Jeanne Mull 

Ferguson, Missouri — Psychology 
Barbara Ann Nadler 

New Athens — Elementary 
Education 
Jo Ann Nadler 

Belleville — Special Education 
Sandra Ann Nail 

O'Fallon — Mathematics 
Bernice A. Nation 

Freeburg — Elemen tary 
Education 
Rita Bernice Neiner 

Mascoutah — Elementary 
Education 
James J. Niederkorn 

East Alton — Physical Education 



Virginia Oetjen Nix 

Edwardsville — Business 
Education 
Linda June Nolte 

East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Carol Ann Cesar Ogilvie 

East Alton — Business Education 
Vivian M. Olive 

Jennings, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 
James Joseph Orlet 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Betty Jo Ostman 

O'Fallon — Elementary 
Education 
Elizabeth Lloyd Pars 

Alton — Art Education 
Lynette Patricia Petish 

Granite City- — -Art Education 
Sharon M. Petty 

Troy — Physical Education 
Elizabeth Mary Prouhet 
Bridgeton, Missouri 
English 
Thomas A. Ratay 

Belleville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Judith Mary Reinkemeyer 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Carole Renee Rezabek 
Edwardsville — Business 
Education 
Sharon Sue Rhodes 

East Alton — Business Education 
Rosemary Emily Rineholt 
East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Jennifer Vincent Rockhold 
St. Charles, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
Larry Eugene Rosenthal 

Sorento — History 
Anita L. Runge * 

Edwardsville — Special Education 
James Dean Saale 

Ballwin, Missouri — Art 
Education 
Roberta Elizabeth Schaller * 
Belleville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Kathleen Ann Schultz 
Caseyville — History 
Mary Lou Schwab 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Sue Carolyn Schwarz 
Highland — Elementary 
Education 
Joan Diane Seamen 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 



Janet Lee Shultzabarger * * 

Belleville — English 
Susan Marian Sibert 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Ralph Edward Signaigo 

St. Louis — Physical Education 
Charlotte Dean Singleton 

Belleville — Geography 
Alexis M. Skafidas 

East Moline — Special Education 
Michael George Skinner 

Edwardsville — Special Education 
Carol Lynella Smalley 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Josephine Smith 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 
Vonnette Conley Smith *** 

O'Fallon — Elementary Education 
Dwight Douglas Stelling 

St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Marsha K. Stewart 

Collinsville — Special Education 
Richard Paul Otto Stilwell 

Alton — English 
Gerald Erwin Strotheide 

Beckemeyer — Mathematics 
Delia Kay Leone Sullivan 

Gillespie — Elementary 
Education 
Alice Evelyn Sztukowski 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
James Monroe Thomas 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Marvin James Thomas 

Alton — Art Education 
Ruth Ann Thomas 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Christina Lee Thomasson 

Alton — Art Education 
Karen Renee Tope 

Collinsville — Art Education 
Ronald F. Tribout 

Belleville — Physical Education 
Barbara Sawyer VanDoren 

Wood River — Special Education 
Darlene Ella Van Kley *f 

Granite City — History 
Charles Nelson Van Winkle 

Edwardsville — English 
Barbara Koch Varadian 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Veloff 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Kay Vick 

Edwardsville — Psychology 



Mary Jane Darr Vinyard 
East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Marilyn Ann Vornbaum 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Carolyn S. Walcott 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Julia Elaine Walker 

East Alton — Special Education 
John Calvin Wall 

Troy — Elementary Education 
Willie Marie Wallace 
St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Janet Darakjian Warren 
Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Lillie M. McGhee Watts 
St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Antoinette T. Weatherly 
East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Margarette Louise Weisenstein 
Florissant, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 

Robert J. Wessel 

Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Don L. White 

Wood River — Psychology 
Stephen Victor White 

Roxana — Physical Education 
Phillip Ronald Whitlock 

East Alton — History 
James Michael Wiesen 

Belleville — Special Education 
Elaine Ff. Williams 

Hillsboro — Elementary 
Education 
Lela M. Wilson Williams 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Richard V. Williams 

Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Sharon L. Wohlschlag 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Yette Wuest *f 

Freeburg — Special Education 
Stephanie Ann Zerwas 

Alton — Special Education 
Dale William Zink 

Belleville — Business Education 
Barbara Ann Zipprich 

Jersey ville — Elementary 
Education 
Ronald W. Zorko 

East St. Louis — History 



Mary K. Baker 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Jacqueline Bruemmer * 
Carlyle — Social Studies 



Sheila R. Cooney 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 



Linda L. Cowgill 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Elizabeth Ann Davis 

Collinsville — Physical Education 
John H. DeBeer 

Highland — Physical Education 
Gary Lewis Dobbs 

Centralia — Government 
Betty L. Engbretson 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 



Ethel Houlle 

St. Louis — Geography 
Donna R. Lenzi 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Susan Kay Lytle 

Edwardsville — English 
Thomas A. Mentzer 

Belleville — Mathematics 



Merlin Revere Mosher 

Granite City — Sociology 
Gayle Lackey Sparks 

Roxana — Physical Education 
Lynn Louise Tilton 

Peoria — Business Education 
Alice E. Woy 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 



FINE ARTS DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Joanne Balough 

East St. Louis — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Michele Bernadette Bertolino 

Staunton — Speech 
Thomas Robert Bohnert 

Jennings, Missouri — Art 
Dean Alan Bosse 

Belleville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Michael David Buese 

Alton — Art 
Stanley D. Cisler 

Staunton — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Judv Ann Connolly 

O'Fallon— Theater 



Anniela Gayle Fak 
Wood River — Theater 



John Gainer 

Godfrey — Speech 
James G. Hoff 

St. Louis — Art 
Rosemary H. Jackson 

Alton — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Edward Anthony Kane Jr. 

Edwardsville — Art 
Glenn Edward Myers 

Columbia — Art 
Elizabeth Maureen Parsons 

Belleville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Janet Wieduwilt Poyner 

Edwardsville — Art 

IN ABSENTIA 

Jerome J. Kennedy 
Molokai, Hawaii — Art 

James Andrew McCullen 
Carlinville — Speech 



Kent Stephen Scheibel 

Granite City — Art 
Ray Winston Speer 

East Alton — Art 
Gary W. Stevenson 

Granite City — Speech 
Mary Catherine Wallace 

Edwardsville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Judy Lee Wilmouth 

Collinsville — Speech 
Gregory C. Wyers 

Bethalto — Speech 
Barbara Anne Zorumski 

Collinsville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 



Kathleen Hastedt Morrison 
Collinsville — Speech 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



J. Patrick Arana 

St. Louis — Music Education 
Michael Joseph James :;; 

Caseyville — Music Performance 



Phillip Edward Paeltz * * 

Godfrey — Music Performance 

Richard William Schaumberger Jr. 
Florissant, Missouri — Music 
Education 

IN ABSENTIA 

Rochelle Dees * 

Staunton — Music Education 



Raymond Carl Voorhees 
Alton — Music Education 

David L. Week 

Edwardsville- — Music Education 



HUMANITIES DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Mary Beth Becherer * 
St. Louis — English 



Karen Benoit Bennette **f 
Collinsville — French 



Velma Ann Bequette 
Edwardsville — French 



James Michael Broadway 

East St. Louis — Professional 
Writing 
Marjorie Ellen Feldman Brody 

Belleville — Spanish 
Linda Faye demons 

Edwardsville — French 
Robert Jack Clinton 

Madison — Ph ilosophy 
Sharolynn Sue Cowdrey 

Girard — English 
Robert William Dittmann II 

Alton — English 
Connie Einsman 

Collinsville — German 
Eugenia K. Goodin 

O'Fallon — Philosophy 
Rose Mary Hirbe 

St. Louis — English 
Kenneth Larry Hise 

Edwardsville — Philosophy 



Kathleen C. Hodapp 

Alhambra — English 
Georgia Elizabeth Hornsey 

Godfrey — English 
Wardell Thomas Johnson 

Alton — English 
Michael R. Lindsley 

St. Louis — English 
Charles Frederick Lorton 

Edwardsville — French 
Patricia Colleen McAlister 

Edwardsville — English 
Betty F. Pearson 

Alton — French 
Richard D. Ramirez 

East St. Louis — Spanish 
Dale J. Rezabek *f 

New Douglas — Spanish 
Sharon M. Rinderer * 

Marine — English 



Randy Paul Rock 

Granite City — English 
David Sanders 

Collinsville — English 
Allegra Harris Smick *f 

St. Louis — German 
Marcia Murphy Smith 

Edwardsville — Philosophy 
Gerald Howard Stephenson f 

Edwardsville — Philosophy 
Gayle Marie Sullivan 

Millstadt— English 
Robert Keith Wilhite 

East Alton — English 
Sharon Leona Zajac 

East St. Louis — German 
James Anthony Zivic 

Gillespie — Professional Writing 



IN ABSENTIA 



Thomas Oliver Bopp 
Cahokia — English 



Astrid Stahnke 

Collinsville — English 



DEPARTMENT OF NURSING 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Linda Carol Anderson 

East St. Louis — Nursing 
Gail Elizabeth Bartosch 

Granite City — Nursing 
Gerry Marie Brown 

Alton — Nursing 
Sherry Lee Brown 

Alton — Nursing 
Martha Ann Buck 

Granite City — Nursing 
Virginia Louise Clark 

St. Francisville — Nursing 
Edward Robert Cook 

Belleville — Nursing 
Bonnie Clare Cox 

Edwardsville — Nursing 
Barbara Loyce Dancy * 

East St. Louis — Nursing 
Sheryl L. Dean 

Granite City — Nursing 
Alice Stahlschmidt Delahanty 

Livingston — Nursing 
Mary Lee Dunning 

Okawville — Nursing 
Charlotte Ann Eickhoff 

Edwardsville — Nursing 
Bernice T. Faulkner 

East St. Louis — Nursing 



Joan Helene Garvert 

Edwardsville — Nursing 
Karen Elaine Gill 

Alton — Nursing 
Susan Dickirson Hager 

Casey ville — Nursing 
Jilaine Kay Henderson 

Granite City — Nursing 
Judith Ann Herr 

Collinsville — Nursing 
Bettye Jean Hill 

East St. Louis — Nursing 
Judith S. Janak 

Clarendon Hills — Nursing 
Cynthia Anne Lapicola 

Granite City — Nursing 
Deanna Fay Livingston 

Collinsville — Nursing 
Saundra Lee Macknick 

Granite City — Nursing 
Barbara Jean Mang 

Granite City — Nursing 
Glenda Sue Mann 

Edwardsville — Nursing 
Marcita A. Martin 

Edwardsville — Nursing 
Sylvia Margaret Miller 

Granite City — Nursing 



Jacqueline Lee Moehle 

Alton — Nursing 
Donna Ray Mueller 

East St. Louis — Nursing 
Sue Helen Prusz 

Granite City — Nursing 
Wanda Jane Puckett 

Collinsville — Nursing 
Mary Sue Scott 

Edwardsville — Nursing 
JoAnn L. Skrobul 

Edwardsville — Nursing 
Jeri Ann Snedecor 

Collinsville — Nursing 
Laura A. Spudich 

Livingston — Nursing 
Dorcas Margaret Twietmeyer 

Granite City — Nursing 
Tenna Racheff Waigand 

Belleville — Nursing 
Betty Anice Wellmaker 

Lovejoy — Nursing 
Jo Ann Yates 

East Alton — Nursing 



SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Paul John Aderholt 

East St. Louis — Chemistry 

Wilbert Barbee 

East St. Louis — Chemistry 
Gorden Leslie Becker 

Colorado Springs, Colorado — 
Mathematics 
James Lee Bowles 

Marine — Biology 
William Joseph Bowles 

Granite City — Zoology 
Paul R. Boyt 

Edwardsville — Biology 
James Farley Bresnahan 

Granite City — Biology 
Lee A. Brown 

East St. Louis — Chemistry 
Richard Todd Chamberlain 

Collinsville — Biology 

Marion Lee Clark 

Godfrey — Mathematics 
Gary Frank Costanzo 

Belleville — Mathematics 
Galen Enochs 

White Hall — Mathematics 
Donald A. Eros 

East St. Louis — Chemistry 
Charles Glen Eveland 

Roxana — Zoology 
Stephen Edward Feldman 

Alton — Chemistry 
James Arnold Finley 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 



Jack B. Fish 

East Alton — Mathematics 
Kenneth Harold Gattung 

Granite City — Chemistry 
Thomas Lee Grayson 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Mathematics 
Loyce Kathryn Greenlee 

Granite City — Mathematics 
Robert Warren Haar 

Cahokia — Physics 
William Douglas Hansen 

Edwardsville — Physics 
David Andrew Hill 

Belleville — Physics 
Anthony H. Koester 

St. Louis — Mathematics 
William John Kraft 

Collinsville — Biology 
Virginia Michele Kretow 

Creve Coeur, Missouri — 
Mathematics 
Charles Lee Massie 

Dupo — Botany 
William M. Mees 

Webster Groves, Missouri — 
Chemistry 
Michael Dennis Menietti 

Shipman — Mathematics 

Steven J. Nell 

O'Fallon — Mathematics 
Raymond Charles Niepert 

Troy — Mathematics 



Thomas E. Palmer 

Belleville — Biology 
Richard F. Parrish 

Belleville — Chemistry 
Gareld Edward Pendergrass 

Edwardsville — Mathematics 
Elaine Zerr Richardson * 

Scott Air Force Base — 
Mathematics 
Ronald Duane Schmisseur 

O'Fallon — Chemistry 
Robert Kenneth Smith Jr. 

East St. Louis — Zoology 
Dennis D. Staley * 

Collinsville — Chem istry 

Mary E. Stolte * 

Edwardsville — Biology 
Walter Henry Unger 

East St. Louis — Chemistry 
Richard E. Vance 

Granite City — Mathematics 
Robert Thomas Wahl Jr. 

Edwardsville — Biology 
Lawrence L. Webb 

Wood River — Mathematics 
John Mark Welsh Jr. 

East St. Louis — Biology 
Gerald Ray Young 

Granite City — Mathematics 



LaCretia Yvonne Allen 
O'Fallon — Mathematics 



IN ABSENTIA 

Carol Beatty Axtell * 

East Alton — Biology 
William Patrick Broderick, Jr. 

Scott Air Force Base 
Mathematics 



Thomas Joseph Furdek Sr. 

Florissant, Missouri — Chemistry 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Marvin L. Darling 

Collinsville — Chemistry 
Ronald David Doyle 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 
Charles Frank Hejkel 

Ferguson, Missouri — Physics 
Robert Earl Hunter 

Edwardsville — Mathematics 



George F. McDufTee Jr. 

University City, Missouri — ■ 
Mathematics 
Kenneth Scott Millecker 

St. Louis — Mathematics 
William Byrle Richardson 

Alton — Chemistry 
George D. Salantai 

Edwardsville — Mathematics 



John Frederick Schrage 

Edwardsville — Mathematics 
Edward John Van Vooren 

East St. Louis — Physics 
James Joseph VanVooren 

Collinsville — Mathematics 
Oscar C. Williams, Jr. 

St. Louis — Mathematics 



IN ABSENTIA 

William James Beckett 
Belleville — Mathematics 



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SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Carole A. Althardt 

Alton — History 
Paul Jackson Bedford 

Oakville, Ontario, Canada — 
Geography 
Terrence Michael Beiter 
St. Louis — Geography 
Stuart Edward Bennett 

Alton — History 
Cheryl Anita Bowen 

Collinsville — History 
Andrew Plumer Burgess III 

Edwardsville — Government 
Lynne A. Cairns 

Edwardsville — Sociology 
Anne R. Campbell 

Collinsville — Sociology 
Michael Jon Chenault 

Belleville — Geography 
Jesse James Coleman 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Mark William James Cope Jr. 

St. Louis — Geography 
Charlene Conley 

Alton — Geography 
Kathleen Marjorie Denham 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Diane Christine Drovetta 

Belleville— Social Welfare 
Jean H. Edwards 

East St. Louis— Social Welfare 
James Allen Fensterman 

Edwardsville — Sociology 
Robert M. Fricke 

East St. Louis — Government 
Gary James Fritzinger 

Belleville — Geography 
Patricia Joan Fuchs 

Belleville— Social Welfare 
Edward James Geppert Jr. 

Cahokia — Govern m en t 
Gary Lee Gillig 

Edwardsville — Government 
William Leslie Hanks 

Collinsville — Sociology 
George Cleve Haynes 
Cahokia — History 



Norma Jean Henry 

Highland — Social Welfare 
William Anthony Hesseldenz 

Granite City — Geography 
Thomas Reginald Hopson 

Chicago — History 
Darrell Lewis James 

East Alton — Sociology 
Donald Richard Jenkins 

Edwardsville — Sociology 
Robert J. Johnson 

Decatur — Sociology 
Yvonne Neely Jordan 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Susan Teresa Kaman 
Madison — Sociology 
Steven Robert Kerens 

Edwardsville — History 
Robert E. King 

Caseyville — Government 
Robert Vincent Knox 

Edwardsville — History 
James Edward Konsky :: 

East St. Louis — Government 
Alan J. Kramer :; f 

Alton — History 
Patricia L. Laughlin 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Glenn Ellis Liddell 

St. Louis — Social Welfare 
William Ralph Loafman 
Medora — Govern men t 
Charles Michael Masloski 

Collinsville — History 
Kenneth H. Maurer 

Edwardsville — History 
Allen M. McBride 

Marine — Geography 
Elaine Elizabeth McCloud 

East St. Louis — Government 
J. Patrick McGuire 

Millstadt — Government 
Louis A. McWherter 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Robert Glenn Moon 

Kirkwood, Missouri — Geography 



Gerold Nave f 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Marilyn Elizabeth Nelson 

Caseyville — Sociology 
Stephen Jon Ogle 

Caseyville — History 
Sheila Rose Peters 

Alton — Social Welfare 
Richard G. Reed 

Belleville — History 
Sandra Christie Ridge 

Granite City — History 
Gloria Mae Ross 

Lovejoy — Social Welfare 
Gifford H. Roux 

Wood River — Sociology 
Norman Lavoir Sampson 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Robert Thomas Schuette 
Staunton — Geography 
Richard C. Schumacher 

Collinsville — History 
Richard Lee Small 

Edwardsville — Geography 
Marsha Lynn Smith 

Belleville — Social Welfare 
Bryon Dee Snider 

Granite City — Social Welfare 
David Lee Stimeling 

Edwardsville — Govern ment 
Marvin G. Thien 

Belleville — History 
Patrick Joseph Waggaman 

East St. Louis — Government 
Lyle W. Ward 
Alton — Sociology 

Mary Judith Weidenbenner 

East St. Louis — History 
John Daniel Whealon 

East St. Louis — History 
Robert A. Wild 

Collinsville — Geography 
Edward Allan Williams 

Granite City — Government 
Max LeRoy Wood 

Wood River — Sociology 



Sharyn Kay Haney 
Alton — Social Welfare 

Karma Jean Leeds 

Collinsville — Social Welfare 



IN ABSENTIA 

Roy L. Manning Jr. 

Bethalto — History 
Nancy Dean Morgan 

Scott Air Force Base — Social 
Welfare 
Ivory Jerelene Northern 

Alton — Social Welfare 



Jean Yearwood 

St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Rita Silverman Steele *f 
Park Forest — Sociology 



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Candidates for the Master's Degree 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



MASTER OF ARTS 



Charles Edward Burgess, B. of 
Journalism, University of 
Missouri, 1955 — English 
Susan Elizabeth Cordell. B.A. 
University of Bristol (England), 
1967 — Government 
Daniel Lee Gravens, A.B. 
Villa Madonna College 

(Kentucky), 1960— Biological 
Science 
Sylvia B. Kluth, B.F.A. 

Ohio University, 1949 — English 



Donald W. Heidt, B.A. 

Hiram College (Ohio), 1961; 
M.A. University of Nebraska, 
1962— English 
Mischka Charles Jett, B.A. 
University of Missouri, 1964 
Government 



Robert Harold Lauer, B.S.E.E. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1954 — Sociology 
Roger Coyle Lowery, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Government 



IN ABSENTIA 

Michael Joseph Madden, B.S. 
Saint Louis University 

(Missouri), 1963— English 



George Edwin Peo Sr., B.S. in Ed. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1951; 
M.S. in Ed. Southern Illinois 
University, 1962 — Geography 
Thomas John Waters, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Psychology 
Edmund Whitney Woodbury, A.B. 
Wesleyan University 
(Connecticut), 1959 
Government 



David Jeddie Smith, B.A. 
University of Virginia, 1965 
English 
Lynn Ray Wessell, B.A. 

Greenville College (Illinois), 
1965 — Government 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Lawrence B. Heitz, B.S.I.M. 
Purdue University (Indiana), 
1966 — Business Administration 



George F. Lawler Jr., B.S. 
University of Notre Dame 
(Indiana), 1955 — Business 
Administration 



Albert Rolland McNamee, B.S. 
Colorado State College of 
Agriculture and Mechanics 
(Colorado), 1951 — Business 
Administration 



MASTER OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



Rosalyn Harris Ball, A.B. in Ed. 
Stowe Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1950 — Music 
Education 
Warren Harold Lester, B. of Music 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Music Education 



Nancy S. Massar, B. of Music 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Music Education 
Suzanne Simmons, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Tennessee, 1966 
Music Education 



Marsha Irene Woodress, B. 

Music Ed., Indiana University, 
1967 — Music Education 
Bobby Otto Ziegler, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1961 — Music Education 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



James Clyde Chagala, B.A. 

California Western University, 
1966 — Geography 

* Richard William Piepenburg, 
B.A., Mankato State College 

(Minnesota), 1967 
Geography 

* Deceased 



Julius Romano, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1964 — Physics 
Ronald Gene Trimmer, B.S. 
Blackburn College (Illinois), 
1962 — Mathematics 



James Marion Velloff, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1960 — Mathematics 
Betty Jean Wilson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Psychology 



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IN ABSENTIA 

Thomas F. Jennings, B.S. 

St. Bernardine of Siena College 
(New York), 1964 
Mathematics 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Arthur L. Baker, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1963 — Elementary Education 
Lucile M. Baker, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1963 — Elementary Education 
Margaret Beaird, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Richard Herrman Behmer, B.S. in 
Business, University of Kansas, 
1943 — Counselor Education 
Helen C. Bratovich, B.S. 

Greenville College (Illinois), 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Richard D. Brecht, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary Education 
Shirley Ann Brown, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1965 — Counselor 
Education 
Margaret Dashner Brubaker, B.A. 
MacMurray College (Illinois), 
1938 — Special Education 
Marvin William Buerkle, B.S. 
Arkansas State University, 1964 
Secondary Education — 
Mathematics 
Dorcas Louise Campbell, A.B. 
Berea College (Kentucky), 1932 
Counselor Education 
Levester Cannon, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1958 — Elementary 
Education 
Ruth Ann Chaput, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Elementary Education 
Edward W. Christ, B.A. 

St. Mary of the Lake Seminary 
(Illinois), 1958 — Counselor 
Education 
Ranelle Flippin Coates, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Counselor Education 
Janice Yvette Contejean, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1960 — Counselor 
Education 
Richard Lee Crabtree, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Ladorn Creighton, B.S. 

Alabama State College, 1958 
Secondary Education 



JoAnn Marie Cruse, B.S. in Ed. 
Washington University 

( Missouri) , 1963 — Elementary 
Education 
Etta E. Deissinger, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Elementary Education 
Joan Ann Dornacher, B.S. in Ed. 
Western Illinois University, 1964 
Special Education 
Marie Toennies Eggers, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Counselor Education 
Sonya M. Evans, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University 
1959 — Elementary Education 
Frances L. Fansler, B. Ed. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1940 
Counselor Education 
Herman A. Fauke, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1959 — Counselor Education 
Charles Alton Fearn, B.S.J. 
Lincoln University (Missouri), 
1948 — Elementary Education 
Dorothy May Fogle, B.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1959 
Elementary Education 
Roseanne M. Franke, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Counselor Education 
Robert E. Freeman, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1966 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Frances Roberts Goff, B.A. 
Georgia State College, 1959 
Special Education 
Don A. Gustine, B.S. in Ed. 

Western Illinois University, 1957 
Secondary Education 
Kathryn J. Hallett, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Special Education 
Sharon Rose Hargus, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1965 — Special 
Education 
Sharon Ann Hausmann, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Special Education 
Zennie Goldman Herring, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Elementary Education 
Leroy Howell Jr., B.S. in P.E. 
University of Illinois, 1956 
Administration and 
Supervision 



Helen Cason Hudlin, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1957 — Special Education 
Lucian O. Hunter Jr., A.B. 

George Washington University 
(Washington, D.C.), 1952 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Georgia May Williams Jackson, 
B.S. in Ed., Southwest Missouri 
State College, 1958— Special 
Education 
Janice Kay Johnson, B.S. in Ed. 
General Beadle State Teachers 
College (South Dakota), 1968 
Elementary Education 
Otis L. Johnson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Counselor Education 
Adele Eversmeyer Jones, B.S. in 
Ed., Northeast Missouri State 
Teachers College, 1961 
Secondary Education — 
Business Education 
Dorothy Louise Kasinger, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Thelma A. Keaster, B.S. 

Greenville College (Illinois), 
1962 — Elementary Education 
Harold D. Kemp, B.A. 

Greenville College (Illinois), 
1964 — Counselor Education 
John Martin Kollins, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Stanley Kowalewich, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Kathryn Kumber, B.S. 

Oregon College of Education, 
1956 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Freddie L. Lambert, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Counselor Education 
Barbara Lee Lenz, B.A. 

Central College (Missouri), 
1959 — Elementary Education 
O. Victor Lenz Jr., B.A. 

Central College (Missouri), 1964 
Counselor Education 
Frederick Joseph Lotz Jr., A.B. in 
Philosophy, St. Thomas 

Seminary College (Colorado), 
1960 — Administration and 
Supervision 



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Ferdinand Natale Mandolini, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Counselor Education 

Ronald L. Massa, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Administration and 
Supervision 
John Haley McPike, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Margaret Ann Meehan. B.S. 
Saint Louis University 

(Missouri), 1951 — Secondary 
Education 
Donald .Eugene Mitchell, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Gary F. Mosimann, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Carmen Emilie Mostar, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Special Education 
Evelyn June Nicholson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Counselor Education 
Eugene E. Novell, B.S. in Ed. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1964 — Elementary 
Education 
Edward Francis O'Mallev, B. Laws 
University of Notre Dame 
(Indiana), 1939 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Curtis Louise Paradise, B.S. 
Wilberforce University (Ohio), 
1958 — Elementary Education 
Donald David Paulsen, B.A. 
Saint Ambrose College (Iowa), 
1953 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Jane Quitzow Pfaff, A.B. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1965 — Secondary 
Education — Biological 
Science 

Drexel K. Phipps, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1960 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Beatrice S. Pyle, B.S. in Nursing 
State University of Iowa, 1942 
Counselor Education 
Lois Jean Raede, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Elementary Education 



Lula Jane Rawlings, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Counselor Education 
Marydee Peik Reed, B.A. 

University of Minnesota, 1949 
Counselor Education 
Frances Miller Reid, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Elementary Education 
Peggy M. Reynolds, B.S. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1951 — Secondary 
Education — Business 
Education 
Celine Yu Hua Robertson, B.A. 
Province College (Taiwan. 
China), 1966— Special 
Education 
Norman E. Rodenberg, B. of M. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1954 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Ronald L. Rull, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Counselor Education 
Glenn Richard Schaefer. B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Counselor Education 
Audrey Fulton Scheffel, B.M.E. 
Shurtleff College (Illinois), 1948 
Counselor Education 
Bertha R. See, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1958 — Elementary Education 
Matthew E. Slovinski Jr., B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Lois Marie Smith B.S., in Ed. 
Lincoln University (Missouri), 
1955 — Secondary Education — 
Business Education 
Renee Smith, A.B. 

Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1968 
Elementary Education 
Norman M. Sorge, B.Th. 
University of King's College 
(Nova Scotia), 1945 
Counselor Education 
Katherine Kilgor Spickard, B.S. 
in Home Ec, University of 
Puget Sound (Washington), 
1965 — Special Education 
Hazel Wallace Stanislawsky, B.S. 
in El. Ed., University of Illinois, 
1952 — Counselor Education 
John Lawrence Stankoven, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1962 
Administration and 
Supervision 



F. Haven Starr, B.S. in El. Ed. 
Arkansas State College, 1966 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Janet Sue Steiner, B.A. 

Blackburn College (Illinois), 
1965 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Anna Mae Stewart, B.A. 

Shurtleff College (Illinois), 1950 
Counselor Education 
Elton Eugene Stewart, A.B., B.D. 
Seattle Pacific College 
(Washington), 1948 
Asbury Theological Seminary 
(Kentucky), 1956 — Counselor- 
Education 
Aquilla M. Stokes, A.B. 
Stowe Teachers College, 

(Missouri), 1954 — Counselor 
Education 
Eleanore Eichele Swink, B.A. 
University of Nevada, 1967 
Counselor Education 
Jon Denis Symer, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1963 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Ronald M. Tissier, B.A. 

St. Mary's University (Texas), 
1961 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Peggy Ann Canham Tucker, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Special Education 
Douglas Watson, B.A. 

Gallaudet College (Washington, 
D.C.), 1964— Counselor 
Education 
Kenneth E. Webb, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Administration and 
Supervision 
John Henry Wehrly Jr., B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1943 
Elementary Education 
Betty Durrer Weisenborn, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Counselor Education 
Rogers G. Whitehouse, B.S. in Ed. 
Western Illinois University, 1960 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Anita Marie Huff Winters, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Counselor Education 
Genita Wolz, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Secondary Education — 
History 



Charles Leon Acuff, B.S. in Ed. 
Southwest Missouri State 
College, 1967 — Counselor 
Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Ron Ashby, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Counselor Education 



William Godfrey Davis, B.S. in 
Bus. Adm., University of Akron 
(Ohio), 1965 — Administration 
and Supervision 



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Arnold Victor Egerland, B.S. 
University of Maryland, 1961 
Secondary Education — History 
Richard Thomas Ford, B. of Music 
Boston University 

(Massachusetts), 1956 
Counselor Education 
Patricia Smith Hoyt, B.S. 

Millikin University (Illinois), 
1954 — Elementary Education 



Robert Eugene Jones, A.B. in Ed. 
Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1960 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Francine Mary Kassly, B.S. in 
Com., Saint Louis University 
(Missouri), 1957 — Counselor 
Education 



George Leo Ruble, B.S. 

West Virginia University, 1967 
Secondary Education — 
Biological Science 
Florence Walker Singler, B.S. 
Millikin University (Illinois), 
1965 — Elementary Education 
Marvin Herman Wunderlich, B.S. 
in Ed., Southeast Missouri State 
Teachers College, 1950 
Secondary Education — 
German 



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Candidates for the Certificate of Specialist 



Marjorie Tuttle Boucher, B.S. in 
Ed., M.S. in Ed., Southern 

Illinois University, 1942, 1965 
Counselor Education 
Karl D. Bramstedt, B.S. in Ed., 
M.S. in Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1950, 1955 

Educational Administration 
Harold Eugene Briggs, A.B., M.S. 
in Ed., McKendree College 

(Illinois), 1950 
Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Educational 
Administration 



Charles Cobbs, B.A. in El. Ed., 
M.S. in Ed., Southern 

University (Louisiana), 1959 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Educational 
Administration 
William Horace Ellis, B.S., M.Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1942, 
1952 — Educational 
Administration 
Louis Paul Fett, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 
in Ed., Northeast Missouri 

State College, 1949 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Educational 
Administration 



Sarah Mauriee Rogers, B.A., M.A. 
in Ed., Shurtleff College 

(Illinois), 1954 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1956 — Counselor 
Education 
Harriet Florence Thomas, B.S. in 
Ed., M.S. in Ed., Washington 

University (Missouri), 1958 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Counselor Education 



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Candidates Appointed as Second Lieutenant 
in the United States Air Force Reserve 



Gerald Wayne Ash 

Charles Michael Masloski 

Michael Dennis Menietti 

Richard Harry Skiff 



Candidates for Certificates 



DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 



CERTIFICATES IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



Fred N. Anderson 

Joy M. Augsburger 

Jesse L. Berry 

Larry W. Choate 

Wilford L. Davis 

Everett N. Dawdy 

Charles R. Dreith 

Donald L. Dyrland 

WiUiam O. Eaker, Jr. 

Phillip E. Ellis 

Louis J. Falconer 

Edward C. Ford 

Lovell M. Griffith 

Edward William Hagerman 

Raymond Daniel Hayes 



Cletus V. Henrichs 

Jack Lee Hill 

Calvin Y. Hogue 

Herman D. Hurt 

Walter E. Jones 

David R. Kelley 

Herbert R. Krapf 

Willard A. Lemler 

Ronald Harry Lorch 

Raymond J. MacDonald 

Harry J. Maue 

James L. Meile 

Donald Morris 

Charles L. Presson 

John E. Rembish 



Robert F. Robinson 

Seg Suarez 

Kenneth John Sudholt 

Carl E. Taylor 

Adolph Ulrich 

Ernest J. Venne 

Robert C. Voss 

William A. Wachter 

George W. Walker 

George L. Wallace 

Donald L. Wendle 

Edward White 

James E. Williams 

Berdell Wisnasky 

Irl H. Woodside 






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Honorary Degrees 

Doctor of Humanities 

Walter Susskind, Master of Arts in Music, 
State Conservatorium of Prague 

Internationally renowned conductor and pianist, whose accomplishments now include his role as 
Conductor and Music Director of the St. Louis Symphony. A practicing musician who combines his 
talents as pianist and conductor, he has gained distinction in guest appearances with the major 
orchestras of the world as well as in his positions as Conductor of the Scottish National Orchestra, 
the Victoria Symphony in Melbourne, and the Toronto Symphony. He is especially noted for his 
training of young musicians, having founded the Canadian National Youth Orchestra, conducted 
the training orchestra of the British Broadcasting Corporation, and acted as Music Director of the 
Aspen Festival and Music School. His musical vitality continues to serve as an inspiration through 
his leadership of the Mississippi River Festival on the Edwardsville Campus. 



Doctor of Laws 
Paul Howard Douglas, Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D. 

Former professor at the University of Chicago and U.S. Senator for Illinois, who has had a dis- 
tinguished career blending many types of service to mankind. He has been a giant in the field of 
economics over a period that bridged the American transition from a lusty but immature industrial 
society to one of power and responsibility in world leadership. Dr. Douglas contributed to this growth 
as much as any other individual by the stimulating teaching of numerous students, his pioneering 
research, and his publication of important works. Not content with this record, he entered politics 
and became a leading activist and social critic as a distinguished United States Senator for Illinois. 
He continues to act and react in the world he helped so much to create. 



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Southern Illinois University 

Distinguished Service Award 

Thomas F. Williams 



Graduate of Southern Illinois University, Director of the Office of Public Affairs in the Consumer 
Protection and Environmental Health Service, crusader in the battle against air pollution. He has 
received the Silver Anvil Award of the Public Relations Society of America and the Superior Service 
Award of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare for his role in helping to develop a 
national program of air pollution research and control. As former Chief of the Office of Legislative 
and Public Affairs in the National Center for Air Pollution Control he focused attention on the 
menace to public health and emphasized the need for increased federal efforts to solve the problem. 
Through his efforts to inform the people, the country has been made aware of the danger it faces. 



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FIELD MARSHALS 

Bruce Brubaker 

Daniel Havens 
Robert Hawkins 

FACULTY MARSHALS 

James M. Brown 
James M. Comer 



Professors 

Associate Professors 
Assistant Professors 
Instructors and Lecturers 



Robert Pendergrass 
William Baker 
Robert L. Koepke 
David Van Horn 



DIVISION MARSHALS 



Technical and Adult Education 

Business 

Education 

Fine Arts 

Humanities 

Nursing 

Science and Technology 

Social Sciences 

Graduate School 



Wayne E. Giles 
Louis S. Drake 
Olin L. Hileman 
Harry Hilberry 
Wayland B. Van Syoc 
Mable Grumley Burton 
Richard Boedeker 
Melvin E. Kazeck 
John G. Gallaher 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT ARRANGEMENTS 



Bruce Brubaker, Chairman 
George Ackerlund 
Jerome Birdman 
Charles Butler 
Morris Carr 
John Davis 
Herman Driefke 



Harry Kircher 
Boulton Miller 
Lucille McClelland 
William Shaw 
Luther Statler 



USHERS 

Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity 

Alpha Delta Chi Fraternity 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 

Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority 

Kappa Alpha Mu Sorority 
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority 



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Academic Attire 



All candidates for degrees and those who hold 
these degrees, including University officials and 
faculty and visiting dignitaries, are attired in tradi- 
tional cap and gown. Representatives of American 
universities met in 1895 and agreed upon a standard 
style of academic attire for the various degrees. 
This Intercollegiate Code, revised in 1932 and again 
in 1959, is followed today by all American colleges 
and universities except for a few schools which con- 
tinue to use the styles of England. 

CAPS 

Candidates for degrees wear the regulation black 
mortarboard cap with tassel appropriate to the 
school or division from which they are being grad- 
uated, with the exception of those who already hold 
doctor's degrees, who are privileged to wear gold 
tassels. 

The authorized list of tassels follows: 
Baccalaureate and Associate Degrees 

Education — Light Blue 

Liberal Arts — White 

Agriculture — Maize 

Business — Drab 

Communications — Blue 

Fine Arts — Brown 

Music — Pink 

Music Education — Light Blue 

Home Economics — Maroon 

Technology — Orange 

Nursing — Apricot 

VTI-Technology — Orange 

VTI-Business— Drab 

VTI-Art— White 
Master's Degrees 

All fields— Black 
Doctor of Philosophy — Gold 

GOWNS 

The bachelor's gown has a closed front and long, 
pointed, open sleeves. The master's gown has either 
an open or closed front with extremely long, closed 
sleeves, open at the wrist; the end of the oblong 
sleeve is square, with an arc of a circle cut away 
just above the bottom. The doctor's gown may be 
worn open or closed. It has voluminous bell-shaped 
sleeves on which appear three velvet bars ( usually 
black, but sometimes in the color of the subject 
area) . 

HOODS 

The master's hood is three and one-half feet long 
with a three-inch-wide velvet edging of the ap- 
propriate color. 

The colors for those master's degrees granted by 
Southern Illinois University are: 

Master of Arts — White 

Master of Business Administration — Drab 

Master of Fine Arts — Brown 



Master of Music — Pink 

Master of Music Education — Pink 

Master of Science — Gold 

Master of Science in Education — Gold 

The lining is in color or colors of the institution 
granting the degree. 

The doctor's hood is easily recognized by a four- 
inch width of velvet edging, the wide panels at 
either side, the greater length, and the full exposure 
of the lining. The colors of the edging most fre- 
quently seen are blue for philosophy, light blue for 
education, green for medicine, purple for laws, 
yellow for science and white for arts and letters. 
The colors of the lining are those of the school 
from which the degree is granted. 

Below are listed a few schools and their colors 
from which faculty appearing in the academic 
procession have received degrees: 
University of Alabama — Crimson and White 
Arizona State University — Maroon and Gold 
University of Arizona — National Red and Blue 
University of Arkansas — Cardinal and White 
Auburn University — Burnt Orange, Royal Blue 
Boston University — Scarlet and White 
Bradley University — Red and White 
Brandeis University — Wedgewood Blue 
Bryn Mawr — Old Gold and White 
University of California — Gold and Yale Blue 
California Institute of Technology — Orange and 

White 
Carnegie Institute of Technology — Carnegie Tartan 
University of Chicago — Maroon 
University of Cincinnati — Red and Black 
Clark University — White and Emerald Green 
Colorado School of Mines — Light Navy and Silver 

Gray 
Colorado State College of Education — Old Gold 

and Purple 
Colorado State University — Pumpkin Yellow and 

Alfalfa Green 
University of Colorado — Gold and Silver Gray 
Columbia University — Light Blue and White 
University of Connecticut — National Flag Blue and 

White 
Cornell University — Carnelian and White 
University of Delaware — Blue and Golden Yellow 
University of Denver — Crimson and Gold 
Duke University — Yale Blue and White 
Emory University — Blue and Gold 
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy — Brown and 

Blue 
Florida State University — Garnet and Gold 
University of Florida — Orange and Blue 
George Peabody College for Teachers — Garnet and 

Turquoise 
George Washington University — Dark Blue and 

Buff 
Harvard University — Crimson 
University of Houston — Red and White 



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University of Illinois — Navy Blue and Orange 
Illinois Institute of Technology — Scarlet and Silver 

Gray 
Indiana University — Crimson and Cream 
University of Iowa — Old Gold 
Iowa State University of Science and Technology — 

Old Gold and Cardinal 
The John Hopkins University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Kansas — Blue and White 
Kansas State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Yellow Gold and Crimson 
University of Kentucky — Blue and White 
Lehigh University — Brown and White 
Louisiana State University and Agriculture and 

Mechanical College — Purple and Gold 
University of Kentucky, Louisville — Cardinal 
Loyola University ( Chicago ) — Maroon and Gold 
University of Maryland — Black and Old Gold 
University of Massachusetts — Maroon and White 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Cardinal 

and Silver Gray 
University of Miami — Orange, White, and Green 
University of Michigan — Maze and Azure Blue 
Michigan State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Green and White 
University of Minnesota — Old Gold and Maroon 
University of Missouri — Old Gold and Black 
Montana State University — Copper and Silver-Gold 
University of Nebraska — Scarlet and Cream 
University of New Mexico — Silver Gray and Cherry 

Red 
New York University — Violet 
North Carolina State University — Red and White 
University of North Carolina — Columbia Blue and 

White 
Northwestern University — Purple and Gold 
Notre Dame University — Old Gold and Royal Blue 
Ohio State University — Scarlet and Gray 
Oklahoma State University — Orange and Black 
University of Oklahoma — Crimson and Cream 
Oregon State University — Burnt Orange 
University of Oregon — Lemon and Emerald Green 
University of Pennsylvania — Red and Blue 
The Pennsylvania State University — Dark Blue and 

White 
University of Pittsburgh — Navy Blue and Gold 
Princeton University — Orange and Black 
Purdue University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Rochester — Dandelion Yellow 
Rutgers University — Scarlet 
Saint Louis University — White and Yale Blue 
University of South Dakota — Red 
University of Southern California — Gold and Cardi- 
nal 



Southern Illinois University — Maroon and White 

Stanford University — Cardinal 

Syracuse University — Orange 

Temple University — White and Cherry 

Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University — 

Maroon and White 
Texas Technical College — Scarlet and Black 
Texas Woman's University — Olive Green and Light 

Blue 
University of Utah — Red and White 
University of Virginia — Navy Blue and Orange 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute — Orange and Maroon 
Washington State University — Crimson and Silver 

Gray 
Washington University — Green and Red 
University of Washington — Purple and Gold 
Wayne State University — Forest Green and Old 

Gold 
West Virginia University — Old Gold and Navy Blue 
Western Reserve University — White and Scarlet 
University of Wisconsin — Cardinal 
University of Wyoming — Brown and Yellow 
Yale University — Yale Blue 

Universities outside the United States from which 
faculty members have received doctor's degrees: 

Allahabad University 

Budapest University 

Interamerican University, Mexico 

Ludvig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany 

National University of Mexico 

Oxford University 

Patna University 

Philips University of Marburg, Germany 

Stephen Tisza, Hungary 

University of Amsterdam 

University of Barcelona 

University of Bombay 

University of Delhi 

University of Free Ukraine, Munich, Germany 

University of Freiburg 

University of Glasgow 

University of Goettingen 

University of Havana 

University of Liverpool 

University of Madrid 

University of Munich 

University of Natal 

University of Nottingham 

University of Oslo 

University of Paris 

University of Vienna 



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Southern Illinois University 



CARBONDALE, ILLINOIS 




OBJECTIVES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



TO EXALT BEAUTY 

In God, 

in nature, and 
in art; 
Teaching how to love the best 

but to keep the human touch; 

TO ADVANCE LEARNING 

In all lines of truth 

wherever they may lead, 
Showing how to think 

rather than what to think, 
Assisting the powers 

of the mind 
In their self-development; 

TO FORWARD IDEAS AND IDEALS 

In our democracy, 
Inspiring respect for others 

as for ourselves, 
Ever promoting freedom 

with responsibility; 

TO BECOME A CENTER OF ORDER AND LIGHT 

That knowledge may lead 

to understanding 
And understanding 

to wisdom. 



Commencement 

June 11, 1969 



Board of Trustees 



Southern Illinois University operates under the jurisdiction of a Board of Trustees created by a 
Charter granted by the Illinois General Assembly. The Board consists of seven members appointed by 
the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Instruction who serves as an ex officio member. Mem- 
bers are appointed for terms of six years. 

Mr. Lindell W. Sturgis, Chairman Metropolis 

Mr. Harold R. Fischer, Vice-Chairman Granite City 

Mr. Melvin C. Lockard, Secretary Mattoon 

Dr. Martin V. Brown Carbondale 

Mr. Ivan A. Elliott, Jr Carmi 

Mr. F. Guy Hitt Benton 

Mr. Eugene T. Simonds Carbondale 

Honorable Ray Page (Ex officio) Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 



11 



The University 



southern Illinois university was established 
in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal University. 
The shortened name became official in 1947 by 
action of the state legislature. 

In 1874 the first building on the campus at 
Carbondale was completed, financed by state- 
appropriated funds and contributions from citi- 
zens of Jackson County. In the fall of that year, 
the first regular academic year for the school, 
150 students were enrolled. The student popula- 
tion has increased steadily and now exceeds 31, 
000. 

For some years after its establishment, South- 
ern Illinois University operated as a two-year 
normal school. In 1907 it became a four-year, 
degree-granting institution, though continuing 
its two-year course until 1936. In 1943, after a 
vigorous campaign led by President Roscoe Pul- 
liam, the state legislature changed the institu- 
tion, which had been in theory exclusively a 
teacher-training school, into a university, thereby 
taking official recognition of the great demand in 
the area for diversified training. 

The action of the legislature led to establish- 
ing colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Vocations and Professions, offering 
the Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor 
of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Grad- 
uate work was instituted in 1943 and the Grad- 
uate School was formally established in 1948. At 
this time it was authorized to grant the Master 
of Arts and Master of Science degrees in addi- 
tion to the Master of Science in Education. In 
1952 the Master of Fine Arts degree was added 
to the list, the Doctor of Philosophy in 1955, 
and in 1956 the Master of Music and the Master 
of Music Education. The divisions of Communi- 
cations, Fine Arts, and Rural Studies were 
established in 1953, and in 1955 became the 
schools of Communications, Fine Arts, and Agri- 
culture, respectively. The College of Vocations 
and Professions was dissolved, and a School of 
Business was created in 1956. In 1957 the De- 
partment of Home Economics became the School 
of Home Economics. In 1959 the Department of 
Applied Science became the School of Applied 
Science, which, in 1961, was renamed the School 
of Technology to include the engineering pro- 
grams. The growth of classes for adults and for 
those seeking technical training led to the estab- 



lishment in 1953 of the Division of Technical 
and Adult Education, of which the Vocational- 
Technical Institute is a part. The Department of 
Nursing was established in 1955. 

The Small Business Institute was established 
in 1954, and the Community Development In- 
stitute was established in 1956. The Labor, Latin 
American, and Rehabilitation institutes were 
created in 1957, the Transportation Institute in 
1960, and the Center for the Study of Crime, 
Delinquency, and Corrections in 1961. 

In 1949 the Belleville Residence Center was 
established. Then, because of the growing de- 
mand for educational opportunities in the Madi- 
son-St. Clair counties area, the University estab- 
lished the Alton Residence Center and the East 
St. Louis Residence Center in 1957. In 1959 the 
Southwestern Illinois agencies were organized 
into a unit coordinate with the Carbondale Cam- 
pus. These two units are now named the Car- 
bondale Campus and the Edwardsville Campus. 
Classes were first held on the new Edwardsville 
Campus in 1965, with instruction continuing at 
the Alton and East St. Louis centers. 

The Edwardsville Campus instructional or- 
ganization consists of the Business Division, 
Education Division, Fine Arts Division, Humani- 
ties Division, Science and Technology Division, 
Social Sciences Division, and the Department of 
Nursing, in which an undergraduate student may 
choose one of thirty-three different concentra- 
tions leading to a bachelor's degree. Graduate 
students may choose concentrations leading to 
the following degrees: Master of Arts, Master 
of Business Administration, Master of Music 
Education, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Sci- 
ence, and Master of Science in Education. The 
Certificate of Specialist is available for persons 
in education who wish to study beyond the mas- 
ter's degree. 

The presidents of the University have been 

Robert Allyn 1874-1892 

John Hull 1892-1893 

Harvey W. Everest 1893-1897 

Daniel B. Parkinson 1897-1913 

Henry W. Shryock 1913-1935 

Roscoe Pulliam 1935-1944 

Chester F. Lay 1945-1948 

Delyte W. Morris 1948- 



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Order of the Exercises 



PROCESSIONAL 



Trumpet Voluntary Voluntary on the Doxology 

Trumpet Tune Henry Purcell 



INVOCATION 



The Reverend Willard G. Foote, A.B., B.D., S.T.M. 
Pastor, First Baptist Church, Carbondale, Illinois 



remarks by the president 

Delyte W. Morris, Ph.D., D.H.L. 



CONFERRING OF THE HONORARY DEGREE (afternoon) 

President Delyte W. Morris, Ph.D., D.H.L. 
Presentation of Candidate 



Professor Robert MacVicar, Ph.D. 

Chancellor 



conferring of the advanced degrees 
President Delyte W. Morris, Ph.D., D.H.L. 
Martin Van Brown, M.D., Board of Trustees 
Eugene T. Simonds, Board of Trustees 
F. Guy Hitt, Board of Trustees 
Presentation of Candidates 



Professor Robert MacVicar, Ph.D. 

Chancellor 



conferring of the baccalaureate and associate degrees 
President Delyte W. Morris, Ph.D., D.H.L. 
Presentation of Candidates 



Professor Robert MacVicar, Ph.D. 

Chancellor 



College of Education 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

School of Agriculture 

School of Business 

School of Communications 

School of Fine Arts 

School of Home Economics 

School of Technology 

Division of Technical and Adult Education 



IV 



PRESENTATION OF FACULTY SERVICE AWARDS (afternoon) 

President Delyte W. Morris, Ph.D., D.H.L. 

alma mater Clark Morgan-Daum 

benediction The Reverend Willard G. Foote, A.B., B.D., S.T.M. 

Pastor, First Baptist Church, Carbondale, Illinois 

recessional Allegro Maestoso G. F. Handel 



The audience is asked to remain at their seats until the faculty and graduates have 

completed the recessional. 



Granting of Degrees 



This list contains the names of candidates for degrees, the granting of which is contingent upon the 
successful completion of all the requirements for the degree. 

One asterisk after name indicates candidate is being graduated with honors, two asterisks indicate 
high honors, and three asterisks indicate highest honors. Persons graduating with highest honors are 
awarded life memberships in the Alumni Association. 

Names of candidates in attendance will be read by professor isaac p. brackett. 

Stephen Hamilton, Organist 



VI 



Doctor of Science 
Jean Gottmann 



One of the world's leading geographers, Jean Gottmann is best known in this country as the author 
of Megalopolis, an analysis of the highly urbanized Northeastern Seaboard of the United States. He 
is recognized and consulted primarily as an expert on urban problems, but he also has published 
major works in political geography and the geography of the United States. 

Professor Gottmann was born in Kharkov, Russia but has lived most of his life in France. He has 
held regular academic positions at the Sorbonne, John Hopkins, and Princeton Universities and has 
been a visiting or exchange professor at numerous universities around the world, including Southern 
Illinois University during three quarters in 1964, 1965 and 1967. In October 1968 he was appointed 
Professor and Head of the School of Geography, Oxford University, England. 

During World War II, Professor Gottmann was consultant to the United States Board of Eco- 
nomics Warfare, the Foreign Economic Administration, and the Army General Staff. He has served 
as a cabinet staff member for the French Minister of National Economy and as a Director of Studies 
and Research in the United Nations Secretariat. For many years he was a member of the Princeton 
Institute for Advanced Study. Among his many honors are citations and medals from the major geo- 
graphical societies to this country and France, the French government, and an honorary degree from 
the University of Wisconsin. 

Despite the acclaim he has received through his scholarly writings as well as his service to govern- 
ments and his profession, he remains a warm and humble person whose sparkling yet gentle manner 
kindles the flame of curiosity and scholarly pursuit among his students while challenging and stim- 
ulating his colleagues. 



Candidates for the Degree 
Doctor of Philosophy 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



William E. Simeone, Dean 

Ronald G. Hansen, Marshal 

Juh Wah Chen, Asst. Marshal 



Ibrahim Ismail Al-Khatib, Diploma with 
Distinction, M.A. 

Institute of Fine Arts (Iraq), 1947 
University of Miami (Florida), 1964 
Speech 

An Annotated Translation of the Play Shahrazad 
by Tawfiq Al-Hakim 
John Gilbert Althoff, B.A., M.A. 

Little Rock University (Arkansas), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Psychology 

A Comparison of Parents' Interaction with Emo- 
tionally Disturbed and Well Siblings 
Robert Armbrust, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 
Ohio University, 1950, 1951 
Education 

An Investigation of the Role of Selected Non- 
verbal Intelligence Factors in Beginning Draft- 
ing Success 
Raveendra Nath Batra, B.A., M.A. 
Panjab University (India), 1963 
University of Delhi (India) , 1965 
Economics 

Economic Growth and the Terms of Trade 
Ian D. Beattie, Diploma in Phys. Educ, Diploma in 
Primary Ed. 

Jordanhill College (Scotland), 1960, 1961 
Education 

The Effects of Supplementary Programmed In- 
struction in Mathematics on the Mathematical 
Attitudes and Abilities of Prospective Teachers 
Ronald C. Bishop, B.S., M.A. 

Bradley University (Illinois), 1955, 1956 
Psychology 

Organizational Effects of Job Enlargement as 
Mediated by Status Differences 
Emily Hope Bock, A.B., M.A. 

Bradley University (Illinois), 1965, 1965 
Speech 

A Study of the Rhetorical Theory and Practice 
of Everett McKinley Dirksen 
Ann Lee Carey, B.S., M.A. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 1950 
Southern Illinois University, 1959 
Speech Pathology and Audiology 

A Study of Speaker Identification During Pho- 
nated and Whispered Speech 



Te Chen 

Chu Hau College (Hong Kong) 
New Asia College (Hong Kong), 1958 
Philosophy 

Dewey's Concept of Moral Good 
Eugene T. Estes, A.B., M.S. 

Asbury College (Kentucky), 1948 
Southern Illinois University, 1958 
Botany 

The Dendrochronology of Three Tree Species 
in the Central Mississippi Valley 
Harvey F. Gardner, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1950, 1951 
Education 

A Comparison of the Modern and Traditional 
Mathematics Curriculums and Their Effects on 
Standardized Test Scores 
Frank S. Gonzalez, B.A., M.A. 

Montana State University, 1949, 1959 
Speech 

Process Evaluation of Oral Communication 
Carrol Franklin Harrison, Jr., B.S., M.A. 
Idaho State College, 1958 
Montana State University, 1959 
Speech 

The Development of a Descriptive Listening 
Paradigm 
Richard Allan Hunsaker, B.S. in Ed., B.A., M.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1958 
Occidental College (California), 1960 
Speech 

The Other Senator From Illinois: An Analysis 
of the Senatorial Speaking of Lyman Trumbull 
Loren Boniface Jung, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1949, 1951 
Education 

Decision Making of Superintendents of Schools: 
A Study of the Relationships of Factors Involved 
with the Choice Made 
Conrad James Koehler, B.A., M.A. 
Concordia Seminary (Missouri), 1958 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Philosophy 

Method, Meaning, and Ontological Controversies 
Dah-chuen Kuo, B.A., M.A. 

National Taiwan University, 1958 
Indiana University, 1964 
Philosophy 

The Impact of Science on Dewey's Ethics 



IN ABSENTIA 

William Michael Hastings, B.S., M.A. Arnold Sanford Kahn, B.A., M.A. 

Loyola University (Illinois), 1962 University of Kansas City (Missouri), 1964 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 Southern Illinois University, 1967 

Psychology Psychology 

The Effects of Attentional Factors on Order Effects of the Social Context and Anticipation of 

Effects in Impression Formation Future Interaction on Impression Formation 



Candidates for the Master's Degree 



MASTER OF ARTS 



Cezarija E. Abartis, 
Duquesne University 

(Pennsylvania) — English 
Caroline Sophia Adams, B.A. 
Drew University (New Jersey), 
1966— Zoology 
Richard A. Askeland, A.B. 
Augustana College (Illinois), 
1961 — Geography 
Helen Elizabeth Bauer, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — German 
Lloyd Lawrence George Baugh, 
B.A., Loyola College (Canada), 
1967— English 
Robert Keith Beckenbaugh, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Government 
Fannie Elizabeth Bergmann, B.S. 
Pestalozzi Froebel Teachers 
College (Illinois), 1965— At t 
Lloyd Dewitt Bockstruck 
Greenville College (Illinois) 
History 
Jane Cumming Boroff 
University of Nebraska 
Speech 

Falih Abdul Karim Al-Shaikhly, 
Bach, of Com. & Econ., M.A. 
University of Baghdad (Iraq), 

1962 
North Dakota State 

University, 1965 — Economics 
Hedayatullah A.minarsala, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Economics 
Larry R. Askew, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — English as a Foreign 
Language 
Julio Antonio Avello 

Pan American College (Texas) 
Inter-American Studies 
Joseph Culp Besharse 

Hendrix College (Arkansas), 
Zoology 

Heinz K. Boeckmann, B.S. 
Montana State College, 1966 
German 
Francisco Javier Cerda Amengual, 
B.A., Southern Illinois 

University, 1967 — Spanish 



Clarence A. Buhr, B.A. 

Southern Illinois LTniversity, 
1959 — Economics 
John F. Carroll, A.B. 
Gettysburg College 
(Pennsylvania), 1965 
Theater 
Kenneth Amon Carter, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Govern ment 

Richard Lawrence Chavez, B.A. 
University of Illinois, 1964 
Spanish 
Michael Robert Clowers, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Behavior Modification 
Robert Dennis Cureton, B.A. 
Carson-Newman College 
(Tennessee), 1968 — Speech 
James Arthur Davis, B.A. 
Coe College (Iowa), 1967 
History 
Theron Thomas Dewey II, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Art 



IN ABSENTIA 

Ingrid Edith Christiansen 

Concordia College (Minnesota), 
English 
Larry J. Crisler 

Eastern Illinois University 
Sociology 
Floyd John Dressel, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Illinois, 1950 
German 
Gary V. Emanuel, A.B. 
Rutgers LTniversity (New 
Jersey) , 1966 — Psychology 
Stephen V. Falcone 

LaSalle College (Pennsylvania) 
English 
Charles Denny Freese, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1955— English 
Menachem Givon, B.A. 

Hebrew University (Israel), 
1965 — Psychology 
Hazel Greenberg 

City College of New York 
English 



Roddey Noel Edelstein, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966— History 
Michael Fody III, B.A. 

Pan American College (Texas), 
1967 — Inter-American Studies 
Judith Ann Haldiman, B.S. 
Central Missouri State 
University, 1967 — English 
John Kent Hobbs, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Government 
David Gerald Jarmon 

Queens College (New York) 
Psychology 
Roger Terry Johnson 

University of Iowa — Botany 
Linda Rankin Kammler, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Government 
Ronald L. Koch 

Yankton College (South 
Dakota) — English 
Barry Jay Krikstone 

University of Pittsburgh 

( Pennsylvania ) — Psychology 



Marilyn Alice Hengst, B.A. 
Principia College (Illinois), 
1968— Theater 
Michael Coleman Hoover, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1 9 65 — Socio logy 
Katsuichi Hoshi, B.A. 

Western Michigan University, 
1965 — Geography 
Peter Harold Howe, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Zoology 
Sue Ann Huitt, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Spanish 

John Francis Kelly, B.S. 

Boston College (Massachusetts) 
Behavior Modification 
George Michael Killenberg, B.A. 
University of Missouri, 1967 
Journalism 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Arthur James Bea, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Busin ess A dm in istration 



Charles Ira Cash, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Business A dm in istration 



Robert G. Fox, B.A. 

DePauw University (Indiana), 
1961 — Business Administration 



IN ABSENTIA 



Kenneth R. Bloemker, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Business Administration 



John Charles Ferguson 
University of Illinois 

Business Administration 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Ralph Charles Komives, B.F.A. 
Illinois Wesleyan University, 
1966— Art 



Charles Arthur Kraus, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Art 



IN ABSENTIA 

Thomas Mural Dimond, 

Wisconsin State College — Art 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



Frances Murray Bedford, B.S. in 
Ed., University of Missouri, 
1946— Music 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



Khalil Ali As-Saadi, B.S. 

University of Baghdad (Iraq), 
1961— Physics 
Gerald L. Brooker 

Illinois State University 
Agricultural Industries 
Harold Leslie Brunaugh, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Plant Industries 
William Stanley Bryant, B.S. 
Tennessee Technical University 
Zoology 
James Merrill Buitt 

Southwest Baptist College 
(Missouri) — Zoology 
Kenneth L. Cannon, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Business 
Barbara Clare Carl, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Dean H. Carlson, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Economics 
Jang-An Chang, B.S. 

National Taiwan University, 
1964 — Engineering 
Chan Kyoo Choi, B.S. 

Sogang Jesuit College (Korea), 
1965— Physics 



Larry Wayne Anderson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 

Charles Paul Anthony, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Forestry 



Joseph Vincent Contessa, B.A., 
M.A., City College of New York, 

1958 
Syracuse University (New 
York), 1965 — Geography 
Jean Marie Delmastro, B.S. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1965— Speech 
Donald Eugene DuRall, B.A., B.D. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 

1955 
Bethany Biblical Seminary 

(Illinois) , 1960— Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
James Charles Engstrom 

Purdue University (Indiana) 
Geology 
Carroll Eugene Evans, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Business 
John Frederick Ficks, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1963 
Economics 
William C. Gard, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Business 
Robert Alan Godke, Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Animal Industries 
Harold H. Gordon, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1923 
Agricultural Industries 

IN ABSENTIA 

Barry Lee Bailey 
Emerson College 

(Massachusetts) — Theater 
Barbara Joan Barretta 

West Chester State College 
(Pennsylvania) — Theater 



William Fredrick Graebe, Jr. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Business 
James Robert Harrington, B.F.A., 
M.F.A., Art Institute of Chicago 
(Illinois), 1960, 1962— Home 
Economics 
William Anthony Healey, B.S. 
Parsons College (Iowa), 1964 
Mathematics 
Charles Melvin Higgerson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Chemistry 
John Thomas Ingram, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1960 — Business 
Subarna Man Joshi, B.S. 

Tri-Chandra College (Nepal), 
1956 — Agricultural Industries 
Albert Dean Kern, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Plant Industries 
Hamid Kiannejad, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Economics 
Margaret Jean Spraggins Kolich, 
B.S., University of Illinois, 1964 
Physiology 
Stanley John Kopecky, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Agricultural Industries 



Richard Henry Bewersdorff 
Oregon State University 
Geography 
David Kenneth Camfield, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Design 



Thomas Quentin Casper, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 
Te-Lai Chan, Bach, of Comm. 
National Chengchi University 
(Taiwan), 1961 — Business 
Wayne Ray Chapman, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Zoology 
Douglas Owen Colclasure, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Engineering 
Robert Todd Eberhardt, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Zoology 
Ronald Joseph Forrest, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966— Geology 
John Fortino, Jr., B.S. A. 

Arkansas State University, 1967 
Plant Industries 



Edward Lange Fowler 

Pennsylvania State University 
Economics 
Robert Erwin Heidelbach, B.A. 
Elmhurst College (Illinois), 1955 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Margaret Ann Hendren, B.F.A. 
University of Arizona, 1960 
Theater 
Yiu Kwong Ho, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 
Donald R. Holland, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1964 — Physiology 
Clifford R. Holloway, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Forestrv 



George Rong-quang Hsu, B.S. 
National Taiwan University, 
1965 — Engineering 
Charles B. Jordan, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Forestry 
Edwin Kallio, B.S. 

University of Minnesota, 1950 
Forestry 
Carl D. Kroencke, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Agricultural Industries 
Leonard Kubicek, 

LaMar Technology (Texas) 
Geology 
Hyuk D. Kwon, B.A. 

Yonsei University (Korea), 1960 
Business 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Stephen A. Ames, B.A. 

Evansville College (Indiana), 
1968 — Physical Education for 
Men 
Charles Covey Anderson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 
Kay Ottesen Bach, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Secondary Education 

Walter Jerome Baginski, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Instructional Materials 
Roger Bechtold, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Health Education 
Douglas Osborn Bedient, B.A. 
University of Wyoming, 1965 
Instructional Materials 
Athanasia Chionis Benetatos, B.A. 
Sir George William University 
(Canada), 1966 — Special 
Education 
Dale E. Best, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1957 — Secondary Education 
Thomas Daniel Bohan 
Springfield College 

(Massachusetts) — Physical 
Education for Men 
David Joseph Bolger, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education 
Linda Blakeslee Bolger, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education 
Donald L. Calvert, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 

College, 1956 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 



Velmarie Chaney, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Special Education 

Alice Lucille Clark, B.S. 

Oakland City College (Indiana), 
1964 — Special Education 

George William Clark, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 

George Jackson Connor, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 

Robin Kenneth John Coventry, 
B.S., Southern Illinois 

University, 1967 — Guidance 
and Educational Psychology 

Bob B. Crane, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 

George L. Crane, A.B., A.M. 
Indiana University, 1958, 1959 
Secondary Education 

Maris K. Delano 

Boston College (Massachusetts) 
Special Education 

Marchetta Moreland DeWitt, A.B. 
MacMurray College (Illinois), 
1957 — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 

Richard Alan Diem, B.S. 

Bradley University (Illinois), 
1967 — Secondary Education 

Kathleen Ann Dockery, B.A. 
St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1965 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 



Retta H. Estes, A.B. 

Asbury College (Kentucky), 
1957 — Instructional Materials 

Paul Richard Fantz, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Secondary Education 

Theodore Blair Flickinger, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Michael T. Galvin, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Sharon A. Gensler, B.S. 

State University College (New 
York), 1967— Higher 
Education 
Thomas Harris Gerhardt, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 

College, 1967 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 
R. Reynaldo Gomez, Bach. 

Instituto Pedagogico de Caracas 
( Venezuela ) , 196 1 — Secondary 
Education 
Thomas Joseph Gorton, Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Lester Richard Haney 

Colgate University (New York) 
Higher Education 
Gene Davis Hanson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Marjorie Elizabeth Hardesty, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 

University, 1948 — Elementary 
Education 



Margaret M. Heise, B.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1966 
Secondary Education 
Sharon Kay Hume, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Instructional Materials 
Dolores Ann Hutson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Huynh Van Quang, Faculty of 
Laws, University of Saigon 
(Vietnam), 1962 — Secondary 
Education 



Carol Ann Jacobs, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 
David Dean Jeffries, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1958 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Sharon Kay Lawder Johnson, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 

University, 1960 — Secretarial 
and Business Education 



Vivian W. Kerley, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Angie Marie King, B.S. 

University of Minnesota, 1965 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Brenda Rae Kocher, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 



Niaz M. Ahadyar, B.A. 

Kabul University (Afghanistan), 
1966 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Loretta Sue Arnholt, B.S. 
Olivet Nazarene College 
(Illinois), 1962— Special 
Education 
Nellie D. Webb Arnold, B.Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Willie W. Blizzard, B.S. 

East Tennessee State University, 
1955 — Instructional Materials 



IN ABSENTIA 

Marilyn Kaye Camfield, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Joan Haege Eggemeyer, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Julia Ann Jared, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 



Linda Coulter Kloth, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 
Lee Carolyn Kolzow, B.S. 
Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois), 1961 — Elementary 
Education 
Larry Dean Kristoff, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 



Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Elmer J. Clark, Dean 
J. Richard Verduin, Jr., Marshal 
Lawrence Dennis, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Charlette Christine Chamness Acuff 
Marion — Elementary Education 

Sue Ellen Ade * 
Pana — English 

Judith Ann Adkins 

Tower Hill — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 

Michael Coleman Ainslie 

Centralia — Biological Sciences 

Andrew Aird 

Carterville — Elemen tary 
Education 

Ranee Dean Akin 

Murphysboro — Ma thematics 

Kay Elaine Alborn * 

Palmyra — Elemen tary Education 

Fred Bridges Alcorn, Jr. 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Gene A. Alexander 
Dongola — Geography 

Carolyn Ann Allison 

Tuscon, Arizona — Elementary 
Education 

Larry Irwin Anderson 
Granite City — Physical 
Education for Men 
Richard John Anselmini 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 
Carol Rae Anthony 

Elgin — English 
Douglas C. Armstrong 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Carol Jeanne Arne 

Steward — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Marianne R. Arns 

Waterloo — Business Teacher 
Education 
Susan Lee Babbitt 

Greenville — Business Teacher- 
Education 
Richard Kendrick Babington 
Johnston City — Physical 
Education for Men 
Nancy Carol Baize 
Mt. Vernon — English 



Barbara Jean Baker 

Marion — Elementary Education 

Lawrence L. Baker 

Carterville — Physical Education 
for Men 

Viola Irene Baker 

Wayne City — Elementary 
Education 

Virginia Beck Baker 

Hoffman Estates — Special 
Education 

Gary David Balmer 
Springfield — History 

Freddie Augustus Banks, Jr. 
DuQuoin — Social Studies 

Gail Sue Barber 

Forrest — Physical Education for 
Women 

James Joseph Barello 
Joliet — Health Education 

James David Barger 
Carrier Mills — English 

Linda Carol Barnes 

Decatur — Elementary Education 

Judy A. Barringer 

Joliet — Elementary Education 

Jeanette Ann Bartison 

Milmine — Physical Education 
for Women 

Jane Ellen Barton * 
Eldorado — English 

Kenneth Bauder 
Chicago — English 

Douglas Lee Bearce 

Decatur — Social Studies 

Marilynn Sue Williams Berra 
Herrin — English 

Helen F. Berthoud 

Oak Park — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 

Mary Louise Biby 

Mulkeytown — Elementary 
Education 
Brian Kent Biggerstaff 

Wood River — Mathematics 
Robert Ivor Billberg 

Waukegan — Physical Education 
for Men 



Bonita M. Bishop 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Susan J. Blacklidge 

Chicago — Spanish 
Patricia Ann Bolatto 

Muddy — Elementary Education 
Judith M. Bolin 

Effingham — Elementary 
Education 
Gloria Jean Bond 

Herrin — Elementary Education 
Mary Alice Bond 

Mt. Vernon — Biological Sciences 
Diane Christine Boratyn 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Richard L. Bowars 

Carbondale 1 — English 

Richard Bowens, Jr. 
Cole — Business Teacher 
Education 
Duane Lyn Bowring 

Normal — Physical Education 
for Men 
Susan Jill Boyd 

Decatur — Special Education 
Edward A. Bradley, Jr. 

Junction — Biological Sciences 
Betty Lou Brandon 

Mt. Vernon — Business Teacher 
Education 
Patricia Ann Braxton 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Cathleen Lenore Brinkman 
Glen Ellyn — Elementary 
Education 
Janet S. Britton 

Effingham — Business Teacher 
Education 
Karen Lea Broadwater 
Nashville — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
James G. Brolley, Jr. 

Brooklyn, New York — Physical 
Education for Men 
Don L. Brooks 

Memphis, Tennessee — History 

Jo Ellen Brown 

Marion — Elementary Education 



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Linda Ruth Brune 

Pinckneyville — Elementary 
Education 

Carol Ann Brush 

Marion — Elementary Education 

Charlene Buchanan 

St. Louis, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 

Barbara Jane Buckingham 
Royalton — Elementary 
Education 

Billie Sue Bucshon 
Kincaid — English 

James Paul Burns 

Marion— Biological Sciences 

Charlotte Lee Burpo 

Dupo — Elementary Education 

Bernella Irene Busch 
Carterville — English 

James Chapin Busse 

Deerfield — Physical Education 
for Men 

Kenneth Wayne Butler 
Carrollton — Elementary 
Education 

Kay A. Callahan 

Pekin — Social Studies 
Charles Michael Calligaris 
Marseilles — Business Teacher- 
Education 
Veronica Joyce Candia 

Chicago — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Karen Ann Cannon 

Louisville — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Janice Joy Carlstrand 

Rolling Meadows — Recreation 
and Outdoor Education 
Charles Duane Carpenter 

Mt. Vernon — Biological Sciences 
Christy Gee Carroll 

Akron, Ohio — Business Teacher 
Education 
Emma Lucile Cary 

Salem — Special Education 
Joy E. Cash 

West Frankfort — Elementary 
Education 
Gary Paul Castens 

Steeleville — Mathematics 
Norman Charles Cellini 

Chicago Heights — Recreation 
and Outdoor Education 
Anthony Joseph Cellucci, Jr. 
Macomb — Business Teacher 
Education 
Judith A. Chambers 

McNabb — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Mary Kay Chapman 

Pinckneyville — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Sharon Marlene Childress 

Pulaski — Elementary Education 
Carol Lee Chittenden 

Marissa — Elementary Education 



Janet Chrzanowski 

Rockford — English 
Mary Lynn Churney 

Streator — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 

Mary Helen Cissell 

Sparta — Elementary Education 

Sandra C. Clark 

Marion — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 

Gary Lee Clevenger 

Chester — Business Teacher 
Education 
Ellen Diane Clifton 

Louisville — Elementary 
Education 
Randal Coakley, Jr. 

Arlington Heights — Government 
Robert W. Coats 

Columbia — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Susan Kay Green Coleman 
West Frankfort — Physical 
Education for Women 
Linda C. Colgan ''■' 

Mt. Sterling — Elementary 
Education 
Lillian Palanca Colletti 
Carbondale — Elemen tary 
Education 
James H. Collins 

Harrisburg — Special Education 
Dennis Michael Condon 

Nokomis — Biological Sciences 
Pamela M. Conrad 
Westlake, California — 
Elementary Education 
James Douglas Conway 
Berwick — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
David M. Cooper 

Chicago — Special Education 
Frank Thomas Corso 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Peggy Elizabeth Cosme 

Murphysboro — English 
Jennifer N. Cothern 

Potomac — Elementary Education 
Larry Maurice Cox 

Memphis, Tennessee — Physical 
Education for Men 
Joel Samuel Crames 

Decatur — Elementary Education 
Frederick A. Crowe 

Riverside — Biological Sciences 
Juanita Daily 

McLeansboro — Business Teacher 
Education 
Gail M. Daley 

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 
Canada — Physical Education 
for Women 
Theodore Dallas 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 
Julie Lee Daub 

Lockport — Elementary 
Education 



Linda Gail Davidson 

Dongola — Business Teacher 
Education 
Barbara Louise Davis 

Creal Springs— Elementary 
Education 
Mary Dell Davis 

Elkville — Elementary Education 
Reginald Davis, Sr. 

Mobile, Alabama — Elementary 
Education 
Stuart Leon Davis 

Elkville — Biological Sciences 
Johnnie A. DeHart 

Simpson — Government 

Carol Sue DeLap 

Norris City — Biological Sciences 
James Lee Densford 

Granite City — Business Teacher- 
Education 
Edward M. Depczynski 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Sam Derikrava 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 
Martin Dermer 

Chicago — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Dolores Ann Diesen 

Pocahontas — Elementary 
Education 
Marion Diettrich 

Marion — English 
Beverly Kaye George Disbrow 
Columbus, Georgia — Elementary 
Education 
Dorothy Jeanne Dodd 
East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
Linda Lou Dodwell 

Decatur — Elementary Education 

Beverly Ann Dombrosky 

Granite City — -Elementary 
Education 
Kathleen Joy Donahue 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
William Duane Donaldson 

Danvers — History 
Myrna Gale Dooley 

Herrin — Business Teacher 
Education 
Vincetta Antoinette Dorywalski 

Chicago — Special Education 
Jerome Joseph Dosch 

Baltimore, Maryland — Special 
Education 
Carolyn Sue Doty 

Belleville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Joanne Pauline Doty 

Normal — Elementary Education 
Mary Susan Douglas 

Sparta — English 
Corinne Lipa Drew 

Lake Forest — Spanish 
Thomas Edward Dunne 

Peoria — History 



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David Eugene Dunnigan 

Flora — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Orville Eugene Eickelman, Jr. 

Christopher — Health Education 
Paulette Eiserman 

Skokie — Elementary Education 
Carolyn Joyce Elbert 

Decatur — Biological Sciences 
Carolyn Sue Eldridge 

Ava — Elementary Education 
Judy Kay Ellis 

Rock Island — Elementary 
Education 
Sherry Lynn Ellis 

Murphysboro — Social Studies 
Cynthia Steele Elsesser 

Urbana — Special Education 
Joan Elizabeth Ennis 

Lockport — Elemen tary 
Education 
Robert Joe Enright 

Tamms — Elementary Education 
James Earl Evans 

Eldorado — Special Education 
Margaret Ann Miles Fancher 

Flora — Elementary Education 
Clyda Pauline Faughn 

Metropolis — Elementary 
Education 
William N. Fenton, Jr. 

Carbondale — Social Studies 
John Nicholas Ference 

Parma, Ohio — History 
Karen Lee Fletcher 

Carlinville — English 
Roberta Puntney Floyd 

Springfield — Elementary 
Education 

Francis X. Flynn 

Johnston City — Business 
Teacher Education 
Jane Ann Flynn ** 

Johnston City — Language Arts 

Vicki Eileen Flynn 

Robinson — Special Education 
Judith Ann Frank 

Champaign — Elementary 
Education 
Elizabeth Marie Frazier 

Sparta — Elementary Education 
Willa Coleen Frederick 

Mt. Erie — Elementary 
Education 
Susan Freeberg * 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Robert Richard Freeland 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — 
Physical Education for Men 
Rebecca Louise Fulkerson 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 
Carolyn Sue Webb Fuller * 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Elsie Irene Crandall Fuller 

Farina — Mathematics 
Deborah June Maksin Funk 

Downers Grove — Physical 
Education for Women 



Donald Lee Gamble 

DeSoto — English 
Sharon Lee Gardner 

Fairfield — Elementary Education 
William M. Gathright, Jr. 

Madison — Health Education 
Christine Mary Gawne 

Oak Park — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Carol Gee 

Albuquerque, New Mexico — 
Physical Education for Women 
Loretta Marie Geer 

Johnston City — Business 
Teacher Education 
Bonnie Jean Bernhard Geselter 

Grayslake — History 

Jacklyn Ann Gibson 

Cairo — Elementary Education 

Carole Joy Gilbertsen 

Berwyn — Health Education 
Lynn Diane Troutt Gillam 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Joyce Elaine Glosser 

Salem — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Jane Beverly Goldacker 

Walshville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Bruce Gary Goldman 

Skokie — Physical Education 
for Men 
Lois Elaine Goldman 

Chicago — Art 
Bert Andrew Gordon 

Hurst — Government 

Virginia Lee Gordon * 

Albuquerque, New Mexico — 
Physical Education for Women 
Charles E. Gore, Jr. 

Elgin — Recreation and Outdoor- 
Education 
Rhonda Jean Gorenz 

Batavia — Elementary Education 
Renee Arlene Grabell 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Women 
Sally Ann Grebe 

Ottawa — Elementary Education 
Janet Lynn Green 
Joliet — English 
Richard Rowe Griffin 

Clinton — Physical Education 
for Men 
Stanley Robert Groh, Jr. 
Geneva — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Nancy Catherine Guinn 
Champaign — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Robert John Gunderson 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Barbara Therese Gurgone 

North Riverside — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Joan Guttilla 
Glenview — Elementary 
Education 



Mary Lou Sork Gwaltney 

Mattoon — Physical Education 
for Women 

Rosalie Ann Hagel 

Elgin — Elementary Education 

Jeanie Hagen 

Sparta — Elementary Education 

Walter Allen Halama 
Cicero — Social Studies 

Larry L. Hale 

Johnston City — Physical 
Education for Men 

Helene A. Haley 
Chicago — English 

Robert A. Haley 

Christopher — Government 

Rita Lynn Halpern 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Evadean Ruth Hamilton 

Carmi — English 
Thomas Edward Hampton 

Carterville — Physical Education 
for Men 
Steven E. Hancock 

Houston, Texas — History 
Robert A. Haney 

Salem — Elementary Education 
Sandra Ellen Hansen 
Murphysboro — Special 
Education 
Dale Vincent Hardt 

Skokie — Physical Education 
for Men 
Lois Marie Harker 

Carbondale — English 
Vivian Vick Hawkins 

Carbondale — English 
Phyllis Louise Hayer 

Sparta — Business Teacher 
Education 
Kathryn Marie Hayes 
Ca rbondale — French 
Linda Hayes 

Mt. Vernon — Special Education 
Judith Ann Hearn 

Metropolis — Elementary 
Education 
Brenda Kay Hemmer 
DuQuoin — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Janis Sue Jones Hendrick 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Grant G. Henry 

Sycamore — Physical Education 
for Men 
Mary Jane Sellars Henry 
Pittsburg — Elementary 
Education 
Tia Louise Powell Herring 

Taylor Ridge — English 
Paul LaVern Hicks 

DeSoto — Business Teacher 
Education 
Ruth Ann Higgins 

Chenoa — Business Teacher 
Education 



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Rena Lou Hight 

Goreville — Mathematics 
Carolyn Pettee Hilferty 

Tuscola — Elementary Education 
John Arthur Hilton 

Carbondale — 

David Wasson Hindman 

Hurst — Elementary Education 
Jerry Woods Hindman 

West Frankfort — Physical 
Education for Men 
Yvonne Hines 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Charlotte Sue Hirons 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Brenda Kaye Hodge 

Salem — Elementary Education 
Jan M. Hoffrichter 
Pontiac — French 
William P. Hohs, Jr. 

Skokie — Physical Education 
for Men 
Mary Ann Hoke 

Dana — Elementary Education 
Larry Gene Holle 

Hoyleton — Physical Education 
for Men 
Joseph Edward Holt 
Murphysboro — Special 
Education 
Sandra Stice Holt 

Dallas City — Business Teacher 
Education 
Leta LaDon Homan 
DuQuoin — English 
Linda Jane Hopkins 

Herrin — Elementary Education 
Mary Sue Horntrop 

Metropolis — Mathematics 
Charleen Kay Hoskins 
Mattoon — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Diana Kay House 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Jacqueline Howard 

Harrisburg — Special Education 
LaVeta Ann Howerton 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Beverly Foulk Hudson 

West Frankfort — Business 
Teacher Education 
Marilyn Sue Huelsmann 
Centralia — Elementary 
Education 
Donna Dee Hughes 

Carmi — Government 
Terry Alan Hull 

Harrisburg — Business Teacher 
Education 



Robert Norman Hyson 

Winnebago — Biological Sciences 
Mary Catherine Igel 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Sandra M. Ireland 

Hurst — Elementary Education 
Penelope A. Irwin 

Western Springs — Recreation 
and Outdoor Education 
Robert Glenn Jackson 

Dix — Elementary Education 
Margery Catherine Jacobs 
Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Pamela Sue Janello 

Carbondale — English 
Darla Lea Jennings 

West Frankfort — Spanish 
David Hemphill Jennings 

Pleasant Hill — Mathematics 
Carol Ann Jesse 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Billie Melva Johnson 

Elgin — Social Studies 
Joyce Ann Johnson 

Cahokia — Physical Education 
for Women 
Linda Christena Johnson 
Grayville — Elementary 
Education 
Linda L. Johnson 

Ullin — Business Teacher 
Education 
Judy Jones 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Larry Kline Jones 

Kansas City, Missouri — Physical 
Education for Men 
Nicky Charles Jones 

Herrin — Mathematics 
Prentis George Jones 

Decatur — Business Teacher- 
Education 
Jan Jordan 

Fairmount — Speech 
Elmer John Joyce, Jr. 

Chicago Heights — Special 
Education 
Betty Kallas 

Oak Park — Special Education 
John Charles Kane 

Jacksonville — History 
Carolyn Kappas 

East Moline — Business Teacher 
Education 
Cynthia S. Karraker 

Anna — Elementary Education 
Sarah lone Kassner 

Mt. Vernon — Business Teacher 
Education 



Randall F. Katkus 

Ch icago — His tory 
Nancy Joan Williams Kelly 

Sesser — Special Education 
Linda Kay Kimble 

Springfield — English 
Twylah Ruddell King 

Oblong — Special Education 
Donald Wayne Kinstler 

Pinckneyville — Mathematics 
Sallie Louise Kirby 

Marion — Elementary Education 
Beverly Ann Klemm 

Chicago — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Patricia Lynn Perrin Knox 

Royal ton — Elemen tary 
Education 
Kay Paulette Kobler 

Marion — Elementary Education 
Vicky Jean Koeneman 

Steeleville — Physical Education 
for Women 
Bernard Fredrick Kolb 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 
Ann Marie Koller 

Xenia — Physical Education for 
Women 
Judith Ann Konikoff 

Chicago — History 
Catherine Ann Korando 

Murphysboro — Physical 
Education for Women 
Lynn Lois Korris 

Mt. Vernon — Special Education 
William Robert Korte 

Arthur — Health Education 
Robert Wayne Kosten 

Collinsville — Business Teacher 
Education 
Marian Stange Kotner 

McHenry — Health Education 
George Michael Kottkamp 

Irvington — Mathematics 
Jane A. Kowzan 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Wilma Kraatz 

Metropolis — Elementary 
Education 
Judith Lynn Kramer 

Skokie — Elementary Education 
Kathleen Ann Krueger 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Marilyn Kay Krug 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Frances Kuhajda 

Xenia — Physical Education for 
Women 



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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Elbert H. Hadley, Asst. Dean 

Daniel Miller, Marshal 

George Stone, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Arthur P. Aceto 
Norridge — Russian 

Agnes Slagel Adams 
Glen Ellyn— History 

Kamran Aghili 

Tehran, Iran — Chemistry 
Robert D. Alesi 

Chicago — Psychology 
Gary Richard Amberg 

M a roa — Psychology 
Corinne Elizabeth Anderson 

Glen Ellyn — Spanish 
Rodney Edward Anderson * 

Eldorado — History 
Steven M. Andes *** 

Chicago — Govern men t 
Michael John Angarola 

Chicago — History 
Dino Angeli 

West Frankfort — Government 

Steven L. Antonacci 

Sherman — Government 
Joseph Mario Aquino 

Fishkill, New York — English 
Sandra L. Archer 

Benton — English 
Bethany Jill Armillas 

Robinson — Go vernment 
Marilyn Kay Arnett 

Springfield — Sociology 

Charles Clifford Asselmeier 

Valmeyer — Geography 
Daniel Mathews Athearn 

Canton — Zoology 
Alice Lynne Atkinson 

Bethany — Government 
James Lloyd Baker 

East St. Louis — Government 
Raymond Samuel Baker 

Bridgeport — Government 
Raymond Peter Bakotic 

Chicago — Zoology 
Robert Allen Balagna 

Farmington — Mathematics 
Jack R. Ballsmith 

Summit, New Jersey — 
Government 
Wayne Barry Banchik 

Chicago — Sociology 
Timothy George Barber 

Streator — Government 
Anne M. Bartelson 

Lincolnwood — Sociology 
Alan B. Bearman 

Clayton, Missouri — Sociology 



Barbara Larschan Bechdol 
Chicago — English 

Larry Dean Bechdol 

Logansport, Indiana — Spanish 
Russell Terry Bell 

Rittman, Ohio — Government 
Orrin Ormsby Benn 

Kitty, Guyana — Inter-American 
Studies 
Constance Louise Benoodt 

Carthage — English 
Duane D. Bensel 

Endicott, Washington — 
Anthropology 
Kemp Lee Berbaum 

Danville — Government 
Macklin Dale Berry 

Clifton — Government 
James Jay Bigsby 

Syracuse, New York — History 
William L. Bilotti, Jr. 

Lebanon — Government 
Tam Bing-Kwong 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Mathematics 
Samuel John Blackman 

Eldorado — Government 
Robert L. Blanchard 

Joy — Government 
Leslie Jean Bloom 

Chicago — Latin 
Robert William Bodine 

River Forest — Sociology 
Richard Preston Boley 

Homewood — Psychology 
Darrell Lynn Borders 

Herrin — Biological Sciences 
Ronald James Bossom 

Joliet — Chemistry 
Bruce E. Mark Boyd 

Sesser — Sociology 
William John Boyd 

Coulterville — Zoology 
Robert Mack Braddock 

Eldorado — Government 
Hugh M. Brandon 

Chicago — Government 
Don Howard Breidenbach 

Belleville — Government 
Michael F. Brennan 

Chicago — History 
Paul Alan Breslauer 

Alexandria, Virginia — 
Government 
Michael Broccardo *** 

Kincaid — Chemistry 



Esther M. Brooks 
Carbondale — English 

Daniel Gregory Brouillard 
Waukegan — Bo tany 

Brenda Kaye Brown 

Christopher — Health Science 
Loretta Anne Brown 

Kankakee — French 

Marcia Ann Brown 
LeRoy — Span ish 

Virginia Lee Brown 

Belleville — Spanish 
Robert Edward Brownlie 

Grayslake — Government 
Lindell R. Bruce 

Centralia — English 
Michael E. Bullard 

Fairfield — Government 
Frederick Bernard Bustin 

Joliet — Physiology 
Julius P. Butkus 

Ch icago — Socio logy 

Joyce Ann Cain * * 

Lake Villa — English 
Gary W. Caldwell 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Roger N. Calvert * 

Rockford — Government 
Victor Lee Camp 

Rock f o rd — Zoology 
Elizabeth Campbell 

Park Forest — History 
Susan Jane Carkin 

Mt. Vernon — English 
Phyllis M. Carozza 

Lincolnwood — Psychology 
Nicolo Orlando Carroccia 

Marengo — Mathematics 
Alice Sue Carruthers 

Carbondale — Government 
Richard Thomas Carter 

Washington, D. C. — Russian 
Paul William Casbarian 

Skokie — Government 
Richard Basil Cascio 

Rockford — Government 
Stephen Albert Cernkovich 

Johnston City — Sociology 
Norman Jeffery Chafetz 

Chicago — Government 
Margaret A. Sweeney Chamness 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Yau-fung C. Chan 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Economics 



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Jonathan Fredric Chancey 

May wood — English 
Isabella Mo-Ching Cheung 
Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Microbiology 
James Kenneth Christian 

Springfield — Zoology 
Natalia Sue Christy 

Galesburg — Microbiology 
Edward David Clark, Jr. 

East St. Louis — English 
Jeraldine May Clore 

Markham — Sociology 
Darrell Lee Colford 

West Chicago — History 
Mark S. Collins 

Warrensburg — Government 
David Henry Colombo 

Johnston City — English 
Richard W. Conley 

Carbondale — Zoology 
Roy Alan Connell 

Berkeley — History 
Paul Louis Conti 

Arlington Heights — History 
David L. Cornis 

Chicago — Psychology 
Stephen E. Cosgrove 

Champaign — Psychology 
David Alan Courson 

Farina — Zoology 
Ronald Dean Crain * 

Pinckneyville — Psychology 
Dwight Douglas Crane 

Rantoul — Microbiology 
Milton L. Criger 

East Peoria — Zoology 
Thomas S. Cross 

Highland Park — Spanish 
Carlton Douglass Cuffman 

Rantoul — Geography 
Zephrine Sebastian Cummings 
Brooklyn, New York — 
Psychology 
Carol Ann Curtis 

Springfield — Spanish 
Bill L. Dagg 

Johnsonville — Mathematics 
Gene Paul Davis 

Greenview — Anthropology 
Luella Fae Davis 

Morton Grove — Sociology 
Michael E. Davis 

Lombard — Zoology 
Rena Kay Davis 

Centralia — Sociology 
Judith Marie Dawson 

Springfield — Sociology 
Burke William Deadrich 
San Leandro, California — 
Government 
Margaret Allan Decker 

St. Louis, Missouri — Psychology 
Charles Ray DeGiacinto 

Harrisburg — Psychology 
Holly Williams Dematteis 
Wheaton — Government 



George Russell Deming 
New Lenox — Psychology 

James Barker Denton 
Peoria — Govern ment 

Leonard E. DeRuntz 
Homewood — History 

Roy R. DiBuono 

Elmhurst — Ph ilosophy 

Donald Ray Dill 

Carmi — A n thropology 

Gary R. Dillinger 

Murphysboro — Government 
John Francis Dillon 

Joliet — Government 
Marie Teresa Dillon 

Glen Ellyn — French 
Charles Ray Dills 

Mattoon — Philosophy 
Denise Kumbe A. Dimandja 

Luluabourg, Congo — Psychology 
Mark DiPietro 

Newington, Connecticut — 
Chemistry 

Kenneth Robert Dixon 
Chicago — Psychology 
David Charles Dockus 

Spring Valley — Psychology 
Jay Brooke Doegey ** 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Francis James Donnelly, Jr. 

Tuscola — English 
Sandra Arlene Dortch 

Mundelein — History 
Dennis Oxford Douglas 

Harrisburg — Governmen t 
Alan Curtis Downen 

Du Quoin — History 
Barry Jules Drucker 

University City, Missouri — 
Biological Sciences 
Daniel Charles Dubach 

Chicago — Sociology 
George M. Dudikoff 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — History 
Marsha Ann Duncan 

St. Elmo — Government 
Philip Edward Dungey 

Belleville — Microbiology 
Therese S. Dyll 

Chicago — Sociology 
William Louis Eickhoff 

Butler — Government 
Ronald John Ellingson 

Ca rbondale — His to ry 
Dolores W. Ellis 

Carbondale — Chemistry 
Richard Edwin Ellison 

Berwyn — Physiology 
Ellen Rae Engelhardt 

Oak Park — Psychology 
John Erakovich 

Chicago — His to ry 
Arthur Paul Ericson 

Riverview, Michigan — History 
Bruce Baylor Ewing 

Cuba — English 

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Folakemi A. Fadase 

Ondo, Nigeria — Microbiology 
Franklin R. Farr 

Arlington Heights — Philosophy 
Marshall Phillip Feldman 

Chicago — Government 
Robert Henry Fenton 

Belleville — Microbiology 
Gary Dwight Fields 

Bentleyville, Pennsylvania — 
Geology 

John Frederick Fiene 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Preston M. Fink 

Chicago — History 
Jerry Finney 

Du Quoin — Government 
Edward J. Fisher 

Murphysboro — Government 
Rick Fitzgerald 

Christopher — Governmen t 
Michael William Flak 

Evergreen Park — Sociology 
Anthony Philip Foglio 

Skokie — Sociology 
Robert Henry Forsyth, Jr. 

Wheaton — History 
David Martin Forward 

Chicago — Psychology 
Jill Fosse 

Lake Forest — History 
David Bailey Fox 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 
Carl David Frailey 

Brownstown — Zoology 
John Randolph Frazier 

Centralia — Ph ilosophy 
Paris Luster Frazier 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Jon A. Frieboes 

Atlantic, Iowa — Mathematics 
Kay Ann Friedberg 

Park Ridge — Sociology 
Ralph Melvin Friederich 

Mascoutah — Government 
Diane M. Frozley 

Woodstock — English 
Linda Marie Fuhrer 

Mt. Pulaski— English 
Charles E. Fuller 

Carte rville — English 
Sandra Jo Fuller 

Carterville — Government 
John C. Garner, Jr. 

Coal Valley — Geology 
Twila Jeannine Garrett 

Du Quoin — History 
Ronald David Geiszler 

Mundelein — Sociology 
Gary Charles Gibas 

Rockf ord — Math e ma tics 
Thomas Joseph Gibbs 

Harrisburg — Chemistry 
Jeffrey Judson Glendon 

Silvis — Psychology 
Corey F. Goldman 

Chicago — Psychology 



Flavia Valmae Goldson 
New York, New York — 
Sociology 

Joyce Ann Goldstein 
Harrisburg — English 

Ethel June Gordon 

Boston, Massachusetts — 
Microbiology 

Richard Dane Grabowski 
Murphysboro — Government 

Paula Jo Grassinger 
Marion — English 

Larry Allen Green 

Waukegan — Psychology 
Richard Charles Groesch, Jr. 

Springfield — Psychology 
James A. Groff 

Grayville — Government 
Patrick David Haar 

Park Forest — Psychology 
Arline Ann Haenisch 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Carl Peter Hahn 

Chicago — Government 
Oliver Charles Hainey 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 
Melvin Duane Hall 

Benton — Mathematics 
Sidney Keith Hall 

Carbondale — Economics 
William Eric Hamer 

Chicago — Psychology 
Sydney Barton Hames 

Brookfield — History 

Patricia Ann Hammons 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Harlan Dee Hankins 

Centralia — Government 
Joan E. Hansen * 

Chicago — Psychology 
Michael Anthony Hanson 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Mark Wesley Haram 

Colusa — Sociology 
Richard Dennis Harper 

West Frankfort — Mathematics 

Kristina Karla Haedrich Harrison 

Moline — German 
Richard Lloyd Harrison 

Joliet — Geology 
Gary Glenn Hartlieb 

Highland — English 
Beata E. Hartwig * 

Carbondale — German 
David William Hauptmann 

Harrisburg— Government 
Pamela Jane Hedden 

Canton — English 
Bonnie Heidinger 

Ca rbondale — His tory 
Jerrold Joseph Heinrich 

Park Ridge — Psychology 
Charles Edward Heisler 

Marion — English 
Richard Scott Hejnal 

Berwyn — Sociology 



Mavin Lee Helbing 
Rochelle — Psychology 

Mark H. Hellmann 
Chicago — Government 

Paul G. Henricksen 

St. Charles — Microbiology 

Jay Stuart Hergott 

Chicago — Government 
Ronald Eugene Hester 

Harrisburg — Government 

Mark Lee Hickman 

Carbondale — Special Major in 
Search for Identity 
Helen Kay Hicks 

Hillsboro — Government 
Kenneth Lee Hicks 

Forest Park — Government 
Kenneth Ralph Hightower 

Ca rbondale — Ph ys ics 

Milton Edward Hill 
Chicago — Sociology 

Jeffrey Hinkley 

Ashley — Government 

Michael Kei-Kwok Ho 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Chemistry 
Larry Duane Hodge 

Du Quoin — History 
Richard J. Hoffmann 

Chicago — History 
William Michael Hogan 

Granite City — Government 
George William Holmes 

Bellmawr, New Jersey — 
Government 
Charles Edward Holt 

Centralia — Government 
William Walter Homan 

Broadview — Biological Sciences 
Alan Jay Horwitz 

Chicago — Psychology 
James D. Howell 

Carbondale — History 
Laurela Kay Howell 

Blue Mound — Zoology 
Dayton Lynn Howerton 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Douglas Earl Hubbard 

Princeton — Government 
Donald Joseph Hudek 

Chicago — Economics 
Carmen Laughlin Hudson 

Carbondale — English 
T. Bruce Hudson 

Riverton — Mathematics 
Richard L. Huff 

Carbondale — Chemistry 
John R. Hultz 

Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania — 
History 
Charles Gordon Hummel 

Huntsville, Alabama — 
Psychology 
Mary Karen Hunter 

Springfield — Sociology 
Lawrence Ernest Hupe 

Blue Island — Government 



David Jack Husted 

Carbondale — Physics 
Leo Stanley Hutt, Jr. 

Lombard — Government 
Frank Henry Jarke II 

Normal — Chemistry 
James Steven Jeffers 

Herrin — Government 

Larry LeRoy Jensen 

DesMoines, Iowa — Sociology 

Floyd Charles Johnson 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Robert Harold Johnston 

Marion — History 

Judy Ann Jones 

Herrin — Mathematics 

Kathleen Diane Jones 
Chicago — Anthropology 

Lloyd Philip Jones 

Chelmsford, Massachusetts — 
Government 
Steven Charles Josephsohn 

Peoria — Government 
Patrick Michael Joyce 

Evergreen Park — Biological 
Sciences 

Patrick Kane 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Richard Joel Karl 
Chicago — Sociology 

James Larry Karraker 

Anna — Government 
James Roland Keene 

Harrisburg — Zoology 

Conard L. Kennedy 

Herrin — Psychology 
Anthony Kernosky 

West Frankfort — Chemistry 

James Edward Kerr 

Hunker, Pennsylvania — History 

Michel Badoui Khouri 
Tripoli, Lebanon — French 

Mary Lee Killion 

West Frankfort — Government 

Doris Jean King 

Mt. Vernon — Sociology 

Walter E. King 

Carbondale — Government 
Sandra Haysen Kirby 

Evanston — English 
Steven Allen Klem 

Skokie — Government 

Cynthia Sue Koclanis 

Chicago — Sociology 
Timothy Michael Kohl 

Carbondale — Government 

Jerry W. Kolesar 

West Frankfort — Psychology 
Bruce Korbesmeyer 

St. Louis County, Missouri — 
Geography 
Alan Robert Kostrzeski 

Ch icago — Ma the matics 
Edward Joseph Kot 

Carbondale — Microbiology 
Daniel J. Kraft 

Chicago — Physics 



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George Alan Kramer 

Springfield — Government 
Vivian Terese Krawczyk 

Chicago — English 
Gregory Walter Krol 

Lake Forest — Psychology 
Karen Jo Krudwig 

Robinson — Span ish 



Jerry Thomas Krummrich 
Belleville — Zoology 

C. Peter Kula 

Chicago — Psychology 
Ann Kuningas 

Chicago — Sociology 
Karen Camille Kunkel 

Christopher — Government 



Kazys Laimutis Kupcikevicius 
Kankakee — History 

Carole Elizabeth Kus 

Harwood Heights — Sociology 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Leland Lynn Adams 
Taylorville — Zoology 

Louis Wilburn Belva, Jr. 
Grayville — Geography 

Richard Gene Bening 
Carbondale — Geology 

Roger Eugene Bishop * 
Harrisburg — Zoology 



George C. Cook 

Springfield — Zoology 
Paul Douglas Davis 

Petersburg — Zoology 
Nicholas Charles Dudiak 

Tinley Park — Zoology 
William Milton Floyd, Jr. 

Butler — Geology 



James Rex Garrison 
Fairfield — Zoology 

Noah Leland Heninger 
Springfield — Zoology 

Ronald S. Knox 
Royalton — Zoology 



SCHOOL OF AGPJCULTURE 

W. E. Keepper, Dean 
Eugene S. Wood, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Thomas Edward Adams 
Champaign — Forestry 

Gary Neal Allen 

Browns town — Agricultural 
Industries 
Ronald John Althoff 

Effingham — Plant Industries 

Dennis R. Anderson 

Wood Dale — Plant Industries 
Gary Appel 

Enfield — Agricultural Education 
Roger Dale Ashley 

Areola — General Agriculture 
George Frank Astling 

Genoa — Plant Industries 
Martin W. Atwood 

Mt. Erie — Plant Industries 
John Isaac Bangert 

Tonica — Agricultural Education 
Carroll R. Barlow 

Enfield — Agricultural Education 
Linus Darien Batterton 

Colfax — Plant Industries 
Gary R. Baumhardt 

Mt. Pulaski — Plant Industries 
Charles H. Bedinger 

Catlin — Animal Industries 
Glenn Russell Bell 

Mazon — Forestry 
Lloyd Frederick Benz 

Kampsville — Agricultural 
Education 



Thomas Edward Berchem 
Steger — Forestry 

Rodney N. Boone 

Martinton — General Agriculture 

Kevin L. Bosomworth 

Bethany — Animal Industries 

Ralph Claud Bower 
Carbondale — Forestry 

Dean Brent Brandenburg 
Serena — Forestry 

Edgar Lee Bridgewater 
Galesburg — Forestry 

Stephen Lee Browder 
Marion — Forestry 

Daniel Loren Brown 

Decatur — Agricultural Education 

Michael Lewis Brown 
Louisville — Forestry 

Norman Hartsel Bryant 

Olney — General Agriculture 
James K. Buzzard 

Beecher City — Agricultural 
Education 
Joseph L. Carroll 

Alhambra — Agricultural 
Industries 
Andrew B. Cerven 

Pana — Plant Industries 
Dennis Roger Chambers 
Magnolia — Agricultural 
Education 



Thomas Allen Collins 

Rankin — Plant Industries 

John Edwin Cooper 

Argenta — Agricultural Industries 

Patricia Anne Cowan 
E. Peoria — Forestry 

James Lynn Cox 

Beecher City — General 
Agriculture 

Jonathan Michael Cox 

Omaha — Agricultural Education 

Joseph A. Coyne 

Pontiac — Animal Industries 

Rex N. Crow 

Blue Mound — Agricultural 
Industries 

William Douglas Cunningham 
Areola — Animal Industries 

Dale Wendell Dickhut 

Scott City, Kansas — Agricultural 
Industries 

John Walter Dickson 

Carbondale — Forestry 
Frank Maurice Dry 

Pinckneyville — Agricultural 
Education 
John Dale Edwards 
Buffalo — Agricultural 
Education 

Donald Chelsea Erkman 

Enfield — Agricultural Education 



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Darrel Irwin Fain 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Education 
Jay E. Farina 

Chicago — Forestry 
James Dean Feist 

Ontario, Canada — Forestry 
Daniel Joseph Fidler 

Maple Park — Animal Industries 
Ronald Eugene Fields, Jr. 

Gilson — Agricultural Education 
Paul Eugene Finley 

Geneseo — Agricultural Industries 
Dennis D. Foss 

Morris — Forestry 
Lon Gaither 

Dalton City — Agricultural 
Industries 

Dennis Lynn Garrett 

Lexington — Forestry 
James K. Giehangi 

Nyeri, Kenya — Forestry 
David Leroy Godke 

Kewanee — Plant Industries 
Raymond Ernest Graves 

Elmwood — Agricultural 
Industries 



Robert E. Haaek, Jr. 

South Holland — Animal 
Industries 

John Martin Hammel 

Sparta — Agricultural Industries 

Robert Harry Harkins III 
Fairfield — Animal Industries 

Edward L. Harmon 

Kansas — Agricultural Education 

Dannis Lee Harper 

Mansfield — Agricultural 
Education 
Robert Allen Harrell 

Jacksonville — Forestry 
Kenneth Lee Harrison 

Bowen — Plant Industries 
David W. Harry 

Clarendon Hills — Forestry 
Lyle H. Hecht 

Elgin — General Agriculture 
Gerald Wayne Heyen 

Medora — General Agriculture 
Larry LaVern Jones 

Carbondale — Animal Industries 
Don Harry Kahon 

Alsip — Forestry 



Howard Byron Keating 

Alexis — General Agriculture 

Terry Lynn Keeneth 

Odell — Animal Industries 
Timothy McKee Kelley 

Savannah, Missouri — 
Agricultural Industries 
Thomas Oren Kepple 

Farmington — Animal Industries 
Harrie Benjamin Kirk 

Norris City — Plant Industries 
Terry E. Kiser 

Sumner — Animal Industries 
Michael L. Kleen 

Minonk — Animal Industries 
Kenneth W. Kleinik 

Nokomis — General Agriculture 
Danny Allen Klinefelter * * 

Nokomis — Agricultural 
Industries 
Walter Lee Koertge 

Olney — Agricultural Industries 
Earl R. Kranawetter 

Jacob — Agricultural Industries 
Ronald Theodore Kurpius 

Genoa — Plant Industries 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

Robert S. Hancock, Dean 
Charles Rosenbarger, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Clifton S. Abbott 

Carbondale — Management 
Oladejo Akinfemi Akinkunle 

Lalupon-Ibadan, West Nigeria — 
Management 
Dennis K. Alexander 

Normal — Marketing 
Mohammad Reza Ammadi 

Carbondale — Management 
Gary Alan Ammon 

Raleigh — Management 
James Arthur Anderson 

McLeansboro — Accounting 
Jon C. Anderson 

Robinson — Marketing 
Marvin Douglas Archer 

Paxton — Marketing 
Douglas E. Ashby 

Gillespie — Finance 
Robert J. Atchison 

Centralia — Accounting 
Victor Babaoff 

Fishkill, New York — Accounting 
George William Back 

Chicago — Management 
Jerry Robert Baker 

Elgin — Marketing 



Robert Jay Baldridge 
Centralia — Management 

James R. Bartmess 

Melrose Park — Marketing 

Dennis Edward Bartow 
South Holland — Marketing 

Harold E. Bauer 

Springfield — Management 

Dennis Paul Bauman 
Union — Accounting 

Jerry William Bechtel 
Springfield — Accounting 

Joseph R. Behnken 

New Athens — Management 

Barry Alan Belovsky 
Brooklyn, New York — 
Management 

William Raymond Bequette 
Waterloo — Management 

Stephen Adsit Black 
Palos Park — Marketing 

William Byron Blanchard 
Matteson — Management 

James Robert Blank 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — 
Management 



Robert J. Bokuniewicz 
Cicero — Marketing 

Terry Lee Bork 

Decatur — Accounting 

Edwin Ray Bost 

West Frankfort — Economics 

Dennis M. Boudreau 

Bourbonnais — Marketing 

Richard Lyle Bramen 
Chicago — Marketing 

Max Lowell Brantner 

Byron — Management 
Michael John Braun * 

Waukegan — Marketing 
Clarence F. Breer 

Carbondale — Finance 
Phillip W. Bremser, Jr. 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Earl Walter Bromstedt III 

Glenview — Marketing 
Patricia K. Browning 

Cicero — Marketing 
Jon Michael Bryant 

Arlington Heights — Management 
Robert G. Buhrmester 

Kankakee — Marketing 



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Robert William Burns, Jr. 
Harvey — Management 

Ernest L. Burnside 
Chicago — Marketing 

Stephen Roy Buxton 
Sullivan — Finance 

Thomas J. Calabria 

Rittman, Ohio — Marketing 

Dennis Richard Carlson 
Calumet City — Marketing 

Bernard Lee Carpenter 

Chicago Heights — Economics 

Robert Lee Carr 

Houston, Texas — Marketing 

Gary Milton Carroll 
Bluford — Management 

J. Michael Carroll 

Elmire, New York — Marketing 
Thomas Lee Casey 

Chicago — Accounting 
Richard James Cashmore 

Skokie — Marketing 
Stephen Russell Castleman 

Metropolis — Management 
Ray David Chally 

Newark — Marketing 
Larry Dale Cheek 

Pinckneyville — Accounting 
Lenny T. Christakos 

Chicago — Management 
Ronald Richard Christopher, Jr. 

Crete — Marketing 
Frederick S. Ciaccio 

Oak Park — Economics 
Thomas Martin Cissell 

Red Bud — Management 
Gregory Joseph Clark 

Niles — Marketing 
Richard James Clark 

Park Ridge — Management 
Richard L. Clementz 

Sterling — Marketing 
John A. Clune 

Chicago — Marketing 
Stephen Robert Coale 

Carmi — Finance 
Byron David Cohen 

Chicago — Accounting 
John Marshall Collard 

Glenview — Finance 
Elb ridge Hanecy Condee, Jr. 

Park Forest — Marketing 
Jeffery David Cooperider 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Charles A. Corbett 

Lansing — Marketing 
Harry Wayne Coughlin 

Batchtown — Accounting 
John J. Covas 

Oak Lawn — Marketing 
Jeffry Wayne Cover 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Bruce Lee Cox 

Marion — Management 
Michael Coyne 

Chicago — Finance 



Gilbert W. Crain 

Monee — Accounting 
Ronald Frank Cresto 

Joliet — Accounting 
Allen Bruce Cummings 

Caledonia — Marketing 
Robert E. Cummins 

Altamont — Marketing 
William Johnston Cunningham IV 

Carbondale — Management 

George Edward Curry 
Carbondale — Marketing 

Edward S. Czupryna, Jr. 

Chicago — Finance 
Bruce C. Dale 

Mt. Vernon — Management 
Harvey Karl Dangel, Jr. 

Ingleside — Accoun ting 
Bruce G. Davidson 

Decatur — Marketing 
James Morgan Degen 

Glencoe — Marketing 
John Donald Dellinger, Jr. 

St. Louis, Missouri — Accounting 
Joseph John DeMichiel 

Langley ville — Acco u nting 
Thomas Robert DiCristine 

Chicago — Marketing 
Charles Edward Dieringer, Jr. 

Roselle — Management 
Michael Earl Diesen * 

Highland — Management 
Lonnie Gale Doan 

Noble — Manage ment 

John C. D'Orazio 

Riverdale — Marketing 
Michael Eugene Doss 

Farmer City — Economics 
Brent Phillip Douglass 

Chicago — Marketing 
Bruce John Douglass 

Chicago — Marketing 
James Edward Doyle 

Chicago — Accounting 
Douglas Montague Dreifus 

Duluth, Minnesota — 
Management 
Paul Edward Drone 

Carmi — Management 
Raymond LeCroyx Duke 

Cisne — Marketing 
Douglas Gene DuMoulin 

Hampshire — Marketing 
Michael Milan Dusik 

Cicero — Marketing 
Jeffrey Edwin Duxbury 

Bankstown, New South Wales, 
Australia — Management 
Ernest Lee Dyer 

Centralia — Marketing 
Joseph A. Eaton 

Allegany, New York — 
Marketing 
Gamilah M. Elkins 

Chicago — Accounting 
Dale Albert Engel 

Hampshire — Marketing 



Darold Craig Engel 

New Lenox — Management 
V. John England 

Dahinda — Marketing 
Louis Samuel Ennuso 

Oak Park — Marketing 
David Lee Fabian 

Carbondale — Manage ment 

Alan Scott Fagan 

Chicago — Finance 
Philip C. Faro 

Chicago — Economics 
Larry Alan Feldman 

Carbondale — Management 
Robert Michael Fichter 

Chicago — Marketing 
Terry Wayne Finley * 

Geneseo — Finance 
Richard Joseph Fitzgerald 

Oak Park — Finance 
Michael Robert Fitzpatrick 

Marion — Management 
William Ronald Flanagan 

Peoria — Marketing 
George Thomas Formanek 

Western Springs — Accounting 
Roger Craig Fortune 

Brooklyn, New York — 
Management 

Delbert E. Frailey 

Wood River — Marketing 
Gerald Malcolm Freed 

Chicago — Marketing 
Ronald S. Freeman 

Evanston — Accounting 

John Micheal Freise 

Elgin — Marketing 
Richard Neal Fried 

Chicago Heights — Marketing 

Billy Joe Garner 

Wayne City — Accounting 

Joel Steven Garson 
Oak Park — Marketing 

Stephen E. Gauen 

Collinsville — Marketing 
Michael Angelo Genova, Jr. 

Oswego, New York — Marketing 
Karl Edward Gerhard 

East St. Louis — Economics 
Ernie L. Gerlach 

Silvis — Marketing 
Eugene Geschwend 

Belleville — Marketing 
David Hugh Gesell * * * 

Bulpitt — Accounting 
James Sanford Giffin 

Sparta — Management 
John A. Gilbreath 

Troy — Marketing 
Sara Lynn Gillespie 

Carbondale — Secretarial Studies 
Gunter McKemie Glass 

Mt. Vernon — Management 
Glenn E. Glasshagel 

Wheaton — Accounting 
Ronald Michael Glenn 

Dupo — Finance 



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Craig A. Glowen 

Chicago — Management 
William Lester Gordon 

Bethany — Marketing 
Mareelene Goring 

Alton — Secretarial Studies 
Michael A. Graff 

Harvey — Marketing 
James Edward Graham 

Murphysboro — Management 
Richard Dale Green 

Crystal Lake — Marketing 
Robert Edward Green 

Springfield — Marketing 
William Duane Green 

Centralia, Missouri — 
Accounting 
Stephen Lynn Gregory 

East Peoria — Marketing 
John Greksa 

Arlington Heights — Management 
Diane J. Griffith 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa — 
Management 
Gerald Wayne Gulley 

Carbondale — Economics 
John Gullo 

Chicago — Marketing 
William James Haas 

Elmhurst — Marketing 
Richard Clifford Halterman 

Decatur — Accounting 
Richard Michael Hammett 

Alton — Accounting 
Alex Robert Hardy 

Rochester — Marketing 
Harold L. Harker 

Carbondale — Management 
Alan William Harris 

Pekin — Finance 
Tommy James Harris 

Prairie, Mississippi — Accounting 
Robert Willard Harrison 

Binghamton, New York — 
Marketing 



James A. Heiman 

Du Quoin — Marketing 
Lindell Lee Helm 

Marion — Management 
James D. Henderson 

Scottsburg, Indiana — Marketing 
Richard Ray Henderson 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Raymond Lawrence Henricksen 

Park Ridge — Management 
Thomas W. Henson 

Anna — Management 
James Fredrick Herren 

Batavia — Accounting 
Richard J. Hershman 

Waukegan — Marketing 
James Allen Hill 

Moline — Marketing 
Thomas Culver Hill 

Elgin — Accounting 
Harry Gordon Himmelstein 

Kansas City, Missouri — 
Accounting 
James Stanley Hodnik 

Waukegan — Management 
William Earl Holt 

Robinson — Marketing 
Richard Allen Holzer 

Chicago — Management 
Curtis L. House 

Whittington — Finance 
J. Richard Hume 

Makanda — Accounting 
Jerry F. Hummel, Jr. 

Berwyn — Management 
David M. Ickovic 

Chicago — Accounting 
Marc Jeffrey Jacobs 

Skokie — Marketing 
Glenn Ray Jarrette 

Carbondale — Marketing 
John Robert Jennings 

Rolling Meadows — Management 
Larry N. Jesse 

Collinsville — Accounting 



Robert M. Johnston 

Morris — Marketing 
Alan diaries Kakovich 

Midlothian — Marketing 
Jerry Kallison 

Skokie — Marketing 
Alec Keith Kaplanes 

Rockf ord — Accoun ting 
Alan Leo Kareiva 

Oak Lawn — Accounting 
William J. Kaszynski 

Glen Ellyn — Management 
Daniel P. Keller 

U rbana — Marketing 
Casey Randolph Kemper * 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Kenneth Earl Ketelsen 

DeSoto — Management 
William Jonathan Kist 

Park Ridge — Marketing 
Larry Lee Kite 

Mt. Vernon — Marketing 
Alan Theodore Koerner 

Carterville — Marketing 
Kenneth A. Konkey 

Glenview — Accounting 
John E. Kowalski 

Chicago — Accounting 
Kenneth Elmer Kozak 

Berwyn — Management 
Dann Roger Kraatz 

Olmsted — Management 
Arthur H. Krantz, Jr. 

Aurora — Accounting 
John Gary Krohn 

Pekin — Management 
Terry Lane Kueper 

Decatur — Management 
Manson Hubert Kuhn, Jr. 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Wayne Lloyd Kuntze 

Lombard — Accounting 



SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS 

C. Horton Talley, Dean 
Cameron Garbutt, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Lynn Carol Abod 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Gary L. Anderson 

Frankfort — Journalism 
William James Anderson 

Barrington — Journalism 
James Phillip Bach 

Fairbury — Radio-Television 



Kent Leroy Baker 
Oblong — Speech 

Nancy Jean Baker 
Benton — Journalism 

Thomas C. Barnett 

Carbondale — Journalism 

Dennis G. Bayzer 

Chicago — Photography 



Margaret Theresa Beebe 

Mokena — Journalism 
Judith Lynette Bennett 

Herrin — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Richard L. Bergman 

Chicago — Theater 
Gary William Bittner 

Murphysboro — Radio- Television 



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Gary Mack Blackburn 
Decatur — Journalism 

Albert Lenn Block III 

Carbondale — Radio-Television 

Larry Joseph Branson 
Mattoon — Journalism 

Charles D. Breitweiser 
Herrin — Photography 

Richard L. Brenner 
Rantoul — Journalism 

Loran Dale Bruns 
Percy — Theater 

Jeremiah F. Bulger 

Matteson — Radio-Television 

Katharine Carroll Burns 

Lake Forest — Radio-Television 

Ernest Eugene Camfield 

Springfield — Radio-Television 

Linda Faye Camper 

Springfield — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Raymond Joseph Centanni 

Villa Park — Journalism 
Gary Ronald Chapman 

Edwardsville — Radio-Television 
David Edward Cooper 

Olney — Journalism 
Roger Jeff Cunningham 

Georgetown — Theater 
June Marie Davidek 

Cicero — Photography 
Gary Lee DeHaven 

Augusta — Radio -Tele vision 
Arthur J. Detrich 

Evanston — Photography 
Larry Michael DeVary 

Bloomington — Printing 
Management 
Dennis Frank Doelitzsch 

Marion — Radio -Tele vision 
William Harry Douglas 

Calumet City — Journalism 
John Durbin, Jr. 

East St. Louis — Journalism 
James Scott Dykes 

Chicago — Radio -Tele vision 
Richard Edward Dyszel 

Chicago — Radio-Television 



Larry Kai Ebert 

Chicago — Journalism 

Ronald Jay Epstein 

Skokie — Radio-Television 

Robert Evans 

Murphysboro — Journalism 

Naggy Nakhla Faltas 

Cairo, Egypt — Radio-Television 

Steven Howard Feder 

Skokie — Radio-Television 
Donna Lee Ferkel 

Rockford — Speech 
Kenneth Charles Ferro 

Granite City — Radio-Television 
William Emanuel Fogel 

Evanston — Speech 
Donald Frank Formanek 

Brookfield — Prin ting 
Management 
Gloria Ann Fox 

Morton — Speech 
Mary Claire Frazer 

Carbondale — Journalism 
Donnis Lee Freeman, Jr. 

Evansville, Indiana — Printing 
Management 
Joseph George Garuckas 

Chicago — Journalism 
Richard Mayne Gilgis 

Western Springs — 
Radio-Television 
Rosemarie Astorino Gill 

Flora — Journalism 
Rita Louisa Gleason 

Crete — Speech 

Sol Martin Goldman 

Chicago — Journalism 
Cheryl Lynn Greeley 

Springfield — Journalism 
Joan Kay Gum 

Charleston — Th eater 
Ella Faye Gunter 

Thompsonville — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Anne Marie Smith Haak 

Peoria — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Harry William Haines 

Carbondale — Radio-Television 



Terrence James Hall 
Chicago — Journalism 

Peter Nicholas Harder 
Homewood — Journalism 

Gary Hare 

Syracuse, New York — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Rodney Ernest Harter 

Webster, New York — Theater 
Douglas Arnold Hartmann 

Collinsville — Photography 
Sheldon H. Helfgot 

Niles — Speech 
Virgil Thomas Hemphill 

Evanston — Radio-Television 
Mark J. Home 

Skokie — Radio-Television 
Steven E. Horwitz 

Skokie — Speech 
Charles Frederick Houlberg 

Carbondale — Radio-Television 
Ira John Hudson IV 

Mound City — Radio-Television 
Marilyn Gail Whitlow Hylland 

Midwest City, Oklahoma — 
Theater 
John Douglas Jackson 

Springfield, Missouri — Theater 
Lawrence E. Jasud 

Chicago — Photography 

Mary Suzanne Jensen 
Onarga — Journalism 

Eric Christopher Jones 

Urbana — Radio-Television 
Curtis Randall King 

Chillicothe — Radio-Television 
George A. Knemeyer 

Carlyle — Journalism 
Gerald Arthur Koch 

Crystal Lake — Theater 
Dale Elyse Kolom 

Chicago — Theater 
Reinhardt Fredrick Korte 

Decatur — Radio-Television 
Sandra Lee Krapf 

Grand Junction, Colorado — 
Speech 

Dennis Kuczajda 

Evergreen Park — Journalism 



SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 

Phillip H. Olsson, Asst. Dean 
Milton Sullivan, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Richard Allan Baker 

Chicago — Art 
Richard J. Ballard 

Villa Park— Art 



Kathleen Ann Blizek 

Geneva — Art 
Anthony Charles Bowser 

Syosset, New York — Design 



Louann Brown 

Murphysboro — Art 
Cheryl Jo Brudi 

Elmhurst — Art 



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Deborah Allene Bucher 

Herrin — Art 
William C. Buck 

Chicago — Design 
Robert Emil Butwell 

Downers Grove — Design 
William Joseph Carlone, Jr. 

Kankakee — A rt 
Linda Jane Carlson 

LaGrange Park — Art 
John J. Celuch 

Wood River — Design 
Christine Chowanski 

Chicago — Art 
William Grant Cotner 

St. Louis, Missouri — Design 
Charles Dlabaj 

Tinley Park— Art 



Daniel J. Donohue 
Carbondale — Art 

Robert Lloyd Doty 

Normal — Design 
Barbara Florence Doyle 

Glenview — Art 

Gordon L. Fox 

Carbondale — Design 

Thomas N. Frihart 

Carbondale — Art 
Martin P. Gierut 

Chicago — Design 
Stanley Irwin Gilula 

West Frankfort — Design 
Jeffrey Morton Glass 

Park Ridge — Design 
Suellen Jean Gunner 

Dixon — Art 



Laura Marie Hardy 
Palatine — Art 

Susan Diane Haug 
Forest Park — Art 

Robert Nelson Horn 

Carbondale — Art 
Constance Lee Jeneson 

Peoria — Art 
Patricia Ann Johnson 

Vandalia— Design 
Ann Altekruse Kadans 

Herrin — Art 
Van Patten Krueger 

DeKalb— Art 
James Lawrence Kubajak, Jr. 

Evergreen Park — Design 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Gloria Ann Barringer 

Huntersville, North Carolina- 
Music 
Glenn Anthony Bater 

Alsip — Music 
Peggy Jean Bode 

Texico — Music 
David Lynn Cox 

Herrin — Music 



DiAnne Annette Eckman 

Dell Rapids, South Dakota- 
Music 
Michael A. Emmerich 

Wheeler — Music 
Jo Beth O'Neil Fann 

Dowell — Music 
Sim A. Flora 

DuQuoin — Music 



David Lawrence Friend 

Effingham — Music 
Rita Rice Friend 

Effingham — Music 
Marshall Tyrone Gurley 

East St. Louis — Music 
Mary Jane Orban Hill 

Elgin — Music 
Robert Edmund House 

Carbondale — Music 



SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Eileen E. Quigley, Dean 
Phyllis Bubnas, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Anita Katherine Allaben 
Pekin — Home Economics 

Roger William Anderson 

West Chicago — Home Economics 

Barbara Kay Maurer Arnold 
Crossville — Home Economics 

Kristi Sue Barkhimer 

Indianapolis, Indiana — Home 
Economics 

Toni Elizabeth Benson 

Stonington — Home Economics 

Myra Marie Blackman 

Stonefort — Home Economics 

Gerald Jameson Briggs 

Evanston — Home Economics 

Linda Fay Brumitt 

Anna — Home Economics 

Carolyn Lee Burch 

Champaign — Home Economics 



Lynn Roberta Burnett 

Carrier Mills — Home Economics 
Marilyn Sue Chamness 

Herrin — Home Economics 
Karen Ruth Cochran 

Elkville — Home Economics 
Cynthia Ann Colwell 

Peoria — Home Economics 

Margaret Ann Couser 

Ridgway — Home Economics 

Susan Jean Daily 

McLeansboro — Home Economics 

Sue Ann Dawson 

Springfield — Home Economics 

Sue Earlita Dickey 

Benton — Home Economics 

Linda Lou Dodwell 

Decatur — Home Economics 
Bonnie Lee DuMontelle 

Kankakee — Home Economics 



Maxine Alberta Dunn 

DuQuoin — Home Economics 

Linda Ehret 

Belleville — Home Economics 

Debra Lee Epstein 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Linda Fierke 

Argo — Home Economics 

Sandra K Flenner 

Alton — Home Economics 
Angela Yvonne Flowers 

Memphis, Tennessee — Home 
Economics 
Barbara Lela Gegel 

New Athens — Home Economics 
Robert William Gerhard, Jr. 

Olympia Fields — Home 
Economics 
Bonnie Lynn Greenlee 

Genoa — Home Economics 



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Sharon Glenda Hall 

Murphysboro — Home 
Economics 
Gail Frances Harinek 

Mattoon — Home Economics 

Jo Ann Hathaway 

Carterville — Home Economics 

Linda Kay Herwehe 

Springfield — Home Economics 
Barbara Ann Hill 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Janet Kate Howerton 

St. Louis, Missouri — Home 
Economics 



Irene Cecelia T. Huch 

Red Bud — Home Economics 
Carol Ann Hutner 

Smithboro — Home Economics 
Carol Elaine Janes 

McLeansboro — Home Economics 
Arlene Barbara Jaroschik 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Nancy Jean King 

Mt. Vernon — Home Economics 
Marilyn Muckelroy Kircher 

Cahokia — Home Economics 



Joyce Ann Kirchner 

Christopher — Home Economics 
Judith Lynn Klauck 

East St. Louis — Hr>me 
Economics 
Luann Hamilton Knapp 

Brighton — Home Economics 
Karen Joyce Krueger 

Crystal Lake — Home Economics 
Daria Natalia Kulczycky 

Chicago — Home Economics 



SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 

Marvin E. Johnson, Acting Dean 
Ronald W. Stadt, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Robert Paul Adamek 

Argo — Engineering Technology 

Daniel Pierce Allen 

Hindsboro — Engineering 
Technology 
Douglas Arthur Anderson 

East St. Louis — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Dennis W. Apostolou 

Lake Villa — Engineering 
Technology 
Don M. Baccus 

Marion — Industrial Technology 
Jack E. Bedford 

Pleasant Plains — Engineering 
Technology 
Dale Neely Bevel 

Centralia — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Vernon Francis Blair, Jr. 
Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 

James Robert Book 

Cisne — Industrial Technology 
Don A. Bowring 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Leroy Edwin Brakhane 

Edwardsville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Murray Joseph Brian 
Dundee — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Donald Bridgewater 

Kincaid — Engin eering 
Wayne E. Brinkmeyer 
Greenview — Engineering 
Technology 
James R. Brubaker 

Iuka — Technical and Industrial 
Education 



James Michael Burris 

Carmi — Industrial Technology 

Richard Dale Callahan 
Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 

Larry D. Carr 

Elizabethtown — Engineering 
Technology 

Thomas Edward Chapin 
Springfield — Engineering 

Margaret Ann Conci 

Murphysboro — Engineering 

Michael Thomas Coulson 
Wood River — Engineering 
Technology 

Leonard W. Crame 

Belleville — Engineering 
Technology 

Alton Louis Davis 

Spanish Town, Jamaica — 
Industrial Technology 

Timothy Michael Decker 
Columbus, Ohio — Technical 
and Industrial Education 

Charles Richard Deppe 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Alan Richard Diemer 
Dwight — Engineering 
Technology 

Louise Mary Donnelly 

Riverside, California — Technical 
and Industrial Education 

David F. Drewes 

Olney — Industrial Technology 

Richard Dusek 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 

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Wayne Alan Edwards 

Belvidere — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

James R. Eisenhauer 
Belleville — Engineering 
Technology 

Edward F. Eversmann * 

Murphysboro — Engineering 

Glenn Leonard Eyer 

Olney — Industrial Technology 

Garry Russell Fancher 

Flora — Industrial Technology 

Robert J. Ferrari 

Lansing — Industrial Technology 

John Michael Floquet 
Bulpitt — Engineering 

Dale Robert Foster 

Henry — Engineering Technology 

Peter Ireland Foster 
Makanda — Engineering 
Technology 

Edward Tannous Frangie 
Zgharta, North Lebanon — 
Engineering 

Paul Frangoulis 

Athens, Greece — Engineering 
Technology 

Robert Arther Freudenberger 
Maywood — Engineering 
Technology 

Lawrence Alan Gibb 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 

Donald Patrick Glenn 

Dupo — Industrial Technology 

Ronald Joseph Glogowski 
Glen Ellyn — Industrial 
Technology 



Hans Herbert Goering 

West Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 

Irwin Sidney Goldstein 

Skokie — Industrial Technology 

Jack M. Greenstein 

Brooklyn, New York — 
Industrial Technology 

Ronald Ray Gustin 

Eureka — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Fred Joseph Hahn 

Joliet — Engineering 
Massood Ike Hakim 

Kew Gardens, New York — 
Engineering 
Robert Lamar Henson 

Dupo — Industrial Technology 
James A. Heston 

Chicago — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Timothy Joseph Hickey III 

Keokuk, Iowa — Engineering 
Joseph S. Hill 

Herrin — Engineering 



John W. Hoagland 

Jacksonville — Engineering 
Technology 
Gary Waid Hoyt 

Jacksonville — Industrial 
Technology 
Jerry Wayne Huber 

Streator — Industrial Technology 
John Thomas Hungerford 
Geneseo — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
James Kenneth Huwaldt 

Lockport — Industrial Technology 
Mark Richard Isoe 
Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 

Robert Alan Jackson 
Markham — Industrial 
Technology 
Stephen G. Jessing 

Metropolis — Engineering 
Technology 
Lee Leonard Johnson, Jr. 

Salem — Technical and Industrial 
Education 



Mary Ethel Jones * 

Metropolis — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Alan S. Kadans 

Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 
Donald V. Karban 

New Baden — Engineering 
Technology 
James Dennis Kesman 
Plainfield — Engineering 
Technology 

Michael Elliott Ketring 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 
Alan Lee Kilty 

Peoria — Engineering Technology 
Harold Wheeler Kramer 

Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 
Daniel Lynn Kroencke 

Hull — Industrial Technology 



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Candidates for the Associate Degree 

DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 

Marvin P. Hill, Asst. Dean 
Harry Soderstrom, Marshal 

ASSOCIATE IN ART 



Wendy Joan Alder 

Skokie — Dental Hygiene 
Robert William Alexander 

Carbondale — Correction and 
Law Enforcement 
Alan R. Baker 

Marion — Commercial Art 
Barbara Ellen Ballard 

Rockford — Dental Hygiene 
Janet Lynn Bierman 

Chester — Commercial Art 
Rebecca Lois Bierman 

Chester — Commercial Art 
Deborah Ann Bong 

Pekin — Dental Hygiene 
Mary Rose Bristol 

Maple Park — Commercial Art 
Linda Joyce Brunell 

Flossmoor — Dental Hygiene 
Ezra Casey 

Alton — Commercial Art 
Linda Sue Clapperton 

Park Forest — Dental Hygiene 



Deanna E. Clark 

Newton — Commercial Art 
Gail Gladys Clark 

Palatine — Dental Hygiene 

Dale Phillip Conway 

Godfrey — Commercial Art 
Joanne Bernice Cramer 

Herrin — Dental Hygiene 
Diana Lynn Daum 

Murphysboro — Dental Hygiene 
Kathleen Ann Degen 

Northbrook — Dental Hygiene 
Cynthia Stark DuMoulin 

Naperville — Dental Hygiene 
Patti Jo Ellenberger 

Gridley — Commercial Art 
Nancee Lee Gaston 

Westchester — Dental Hygiene 
Karen Marie Gastorf 

Chicago — Commercial Art 
Randall Craig Gonyer 

Orange, Connecticut — Correction 
and Law Enforcement 



Gloria Jean Greitens 

Springfield — Commercial Art 

Sherry Kaye Griffith 

South Roxana — Commercial Art 
Margie Diane Harris 

Riverdale — Dental Hygiene 
Rebecca Sue Heacock 

Monticello — Commercial Art 
Charlette Ross Hearne 

Carbondale — Dental Hygiene 
Patricia Leah Held 

Brussels — Dental Hygiene 
Marilyn J. Hoppe 

Kingston — Dental Hygiene 
Sandra Kay Howie 

Welge — Commercial Art 
Jacqueline Sue Jacoby 

Du Quoin — Commercial Art 
Beverly J. Johnson ** 

Rockford — Dental Hygiene 
Janet Elaine Johnson 

Chicago — Commercial Art 
Adella Williams Kline 

Fairfield — Dental Hygiene 



ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



Wanza Louise Algee 

Carbondale — Executive 
Secretarial 
Robert E. Altes 

Clinton — Accounting 
Carol Joan Armour 

Oregon — Executive Secretarial 
Sally Ann Arnold 

Bloomington — Executive 
Secretarial 
Jon Norman Bailey 

Belleville — Accounting 
Kristine Kaye Belcher 

Woodstock — Accounting 
Cheryl Lyn Bokelmann 

Arlington Heights — Executive 
Secretarial 
Gloria Bolden 

Chicago — Legal Secretarial 



Jo Ann Bowlin 

Walsh — Executive Secretarial 

Marilyn Bright 

Moweaqua — Accounting 
Brenda Kay Brown 

Herrin — Accounting 
Gerald D. Brown 

Des Plaines — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Ralph Lavern Cantrell 

Herrin — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Karen F. Carter 

Carbondale — Legal Secretarial 
Jonathan Max Castner 

Princeton — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Judy Marie Cheek 

Pinckneyville — Accounting 



Karen Louise Clayton 

Jacksonville — Accounting 
Rosie Marie Collins 

St. Anne — Legal Secretarial 
Ronald Eugene Cremeens 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Robert Edward Curry 

Northbrook — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Bruce Allen DeLoach 

Barrington — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Ruth Marlene Drone 

Marion — Executive Secretarial 
Robert Dean Dunn 

Mattoon — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Jean Marie Farr 

Elmhurst — Accounting 



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Janice R. Frost 

Elgin — Medical Secretarial 
Maria Kay Galloway * 

Du Quoin — Legal Secretarial 
Randy Joe Glisson 

Cambria — Accounting 
Dorothy B. Goines 

Champaign — Execu tive 
Secretarial 
Lois Jean Graff 

Ava — Legal Secretarial 
Barbara Ellen Gray 

Glen Ellyn — Executive 
Secretarial 
Carl E. Harper 

Patoka — Accoun ting 



Carolyn Jean Heerde 

Macomb — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Judith Elizabeth Heins 
Lincoln — Accounting 
Sally D. Henderson 

Greenup — Medical Secretarial 
Patricia Jane Hochmuth 
Northbrook — Executive 
Secretarial 
John Horsley 

Godfrey — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Teresa Lynn Inman 

Thompsonville — Execu tive 
Secretarial 
Patricia Jan Jackson 

Olympia Fields — Medical 
Secretarial 



Sue Ann Jennings * 

Decatur — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Lawrence E. Jeralds 
Hurst — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Phyllis Ann Johnson 

Lincoln — Accounting 
Bonnie Mary Juzwiak 

West Chicago — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Robert Edward Kment 
Chicago — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Johanna Mary Kocik 

Johnson City, New York — 
Executive Secretarial 



ASSOCIATE IN TECHNOLOGY 



Thomas Wesley Anderson 
Peoria — Forest Products 
Technology 
William D. Anton 

Alton — Automotive Technology 
Steven R. Atteberry 

Centralia — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
John A. Aubel 

Springfield — Automotive 
Technology 
James Micheal Auth 

Ivesdale — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
Don M. Baccus 

Marion — Aviation Technology 
Roger Wayne Beasley 

Marion — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
Anthony John Belscamper 
Mahomet — Architectural 
Technology 
Charles William Bender 
Nokomis — Automotive 
Technology 
Richard Lee Bierman * 

Sparta — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Gary Eugene Biggerstaff 
Eldorado — Automotive 
Technology 
John F. Bittle 

Carbondale — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Dennis Roy Boehmer 

Wauconda — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Rodney G. Britt 

Olmsted — Automotive 
Technology 



Kenneth James Brooks 

Western Springs — Aviation 
Technology 
Brian T. Brown 

Pearl City — Automotive 
Technology 
Charles Cecil Brown 
Salem — Architectural 
Technology 

Kathleen L. Buescher 
Campbell Hill— Dental 
Laboratory Technology 
Sam J. Butitta 

Chicago Heights — Aviation 
Technology 
Jerald Alan Buysse 

Coal Valley — Architectural 
Technology 
Guy Alan Capps 

Waverly, Tennessee — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 
James Ellsworth Carmichael 
Marengo — Automotive 
Technology 
Roy Allen Carrington 

West Frankfort — Aviation 
Technology 
Paul H. Childers 

Harrisburg — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Dennis Turner Cole 

Humboldt — Aviation Technology 
William Walter Crimmin 

Oswego — Automotive Technology 
Curtis Lee Crosby 

Pana — Electronics Technology 
Donald R. Cunningham 
White Hall — Electronics 
Technology 
Gene Curtis 

Windsor — Electronics 
Technology 



Terry Linn Cutright 
Petersburg — Automotive 
Technology 

Charles E. Daum 

Marion — Electronics Technology 

Gary Lynn Davis 

Decatur — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
Joseph R. Davis 

Northbrook — Automotive 
Technology 
Walter Martin DeLuca 
Cranston, Rhode Island — 
Aviation Technology 
Sarkis Derderian 

Beirut, Lebanon — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 
Richard Joseph Deterding 
Prairie du Rocher — Aviation 
Technology 

Jeffrey E. Devall 

Greenup — Automotive 
Technology 
Larry Robert Dobbs 

Carpentersville — Automotive 
Technology 
Edward L. Downey 

Jerseyville — Automotive 
Technology 
Robert L. Drumm, Jr. 

South Elgin — Automotive 
Technology 

Rand Martin Duncan 
Belleville — Automotive 
Technology 
Orval Dale Eastwood 

Grand Chain — Automotive 
Technology 
William Robert Eberhardt 
Mundelein — Aviation 
Technology 



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Kenneth Prentice Elliott 

Marion — Mortuary Science 
Mohammad Ibrahim Faizi son of 
Mohammad Omar 

MaidanWardak, Afghanistan — 
Architectural Technology 
Paul Louis Formentini 

Chicago Heights — Architectural 
Technology 
Francis J. Gagnepain III 

Chester — Electronics Technology 
Carl E. Galiher 

Mt. Vernon — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 

Walter Harlan Gentry 

De Soto — Aviation Technology 
Leonard M. Gesiakowski 

Chicago — Printing Technology 
Michael R. Glover 

Clay City — Aviation Technology 
Alfred Augustus Gorton 

Warwick, Rhode Island — 
Aviation Technology 
Jonathan Mark Graveline 

Paducah, Kentucky — Aviation 
Technology 
Marion Robert Gray 

Fairfield — Aviation Technology 
Terrance M. Gray 

Chicago — Automotive 
Technology 
Larry Neil Harp 

Raymond — Architectural 
Technology 



James Edward Harriss 
Carbondale — Electronics 
Technology 
David D. Henke 

Waterloo — Printing Technology 
Patrick James Hickey 

Oak Park — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Virgil Bruce Hicks 

Marion — Electronics Technology 
Richard L. Hinshaw 

Pontiac — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
KayLeonne Ijams 
Bloomington — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 

Robert W. Janda 

Elmhurst — Automotive 
Technology 
Neal Eugene Janvrin 
Decatur — A u to motive 
Technology 
William L. Jarchow 

Moline — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
David Alan Jenkins 

Freeport — Aviation Technology 
James W. Jones 

Sparta — Electronics Technology 
Thomas Ray Jones 

Gibson City — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 

Burton Edward Kaploe 

Oak Park, Michigan — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 



Richard Allan Kedzierski 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin — Aviation 
Technology 

William P. Keefe * 
Piper City — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 
Edwin R. Kitowski 

Nashville — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Lynn Klinefelter 

Nokomis — Aviation Technology 
Leslie Martin Klingberg 
Elgin — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Gary Erwin Knauer 

Mt. Pulaski — Automotive 
Technology 
Terry Lee Knox 

Carbondale — Aviation 
Technology 
George Alan Kordecki 
Park Ridge — Aviation 
Technology 
Edward C. Kornfeind 

Chicago — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
Roger Lynn Kristoff 

Carbondale — Forest Products 
Technology 
Daniel Lynn Kroencke 

Hull — Aviation Technology 
Karl I. Krumsiek 

Taylorville — Forest Products 
Technology 



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Evening Session 

7:30 p.m. 



Candidates for the Degree 
Doctor of Philosophy 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 

William E. Simeone, Dean 

Lon R. Shelby, Marshal 
Donald Beggs, Asst. Marshal 



Donald Richard Laws, A.B., M.A. 
University of Missouri, 1959 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Education 

Control of Sexual Responding 

David James Trimborn Lippert, B.A., M.A. 
University of Wisconsin, 1941, 1947 
Journalism 

The Enactment and Legal Interpretations of 
Wisconsin Access Laws to Public Records and 
Proceedings 

Bagher Madani Mousavi, B.A., M.A. 
Central State College (Ohio), 1962 
Northern Illinois University, 1965 
Government 

Developmental Administration: Problems and 
Prerequisites 

Robert W. Paige, A.B., M.A. 

Albion College (Michigan), 1960 
Michigan State University, 1962 
Speech 

Analysis of Speech Making of Jenkin Lloyd 
Jones 

James E. Parejko, B.S., M.A. 

Loyola University (Illinois), 1958 
Roosevelt University (Illinois), 1963 
Philosophy 

Nietzche's Nihilism 

Robert Steven Pozos, B.S., M.A. 

St. Mary's College of California, 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Physiology 

The Nature and Applicability of Electroanesthe- 
sia and Electrosleep 



John Robert Reiner, B.A.E., M.A. 

Wayne State College (Nebraska) , 1961 
University of Wyoming, 1964 
Education 

An Empirical Approach to the Evaluation of 
College Goal Statements Using Responses of Var- 
ious Institutional Participant Groups on Locally- 
Derived Sub-Scales Based on College and Uni- 
versity Environment Scales Items 
E. Walter Richter, B.A., M.A. 
University of Minnesota, 1949 
Michigan State University, 1960 
Speech 

John Wilkes, Parliamentary Spokesman for 
America 
John Alexander Ritchie, B.S., M.S. 
University of Wisconsin, 1963, 1964 
Government 

The Consular Function: The Stepchild of United 
States Foreign Policy Administration 
James Milton Rosser, B.A., M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962, 1963 
Education 

A Factorial Study of Health Values 
Wesley Kheng-Hua Teo, A.B., M.A. 
Rutgers College (New Jersey), 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Philosophy 

Heidegger on Dasein and Whitehead on Actual 
Entities 
James Richard Ullrich, A.B., M.A. 
University of South Dakota, 1963 
Pennsylvania State University, 1965 
Psychology 

Utilities in an Information Seeking Task when 
Payoffs are Varied 



Maureen Fleming Ullrich, A.B., M.A. 
Mundelein College (Illinois), 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Psychology 

The Effect of Expectancy on Vocational Coun- 
seling 



IN ABSENTIA 



Robert James Salzer, B.S., M.A. 
University of Wisconsin, 1958 
Anthropology 

An Introduction to the Archaeology of Northern 
Wisconsin 



Robert Charles Shermer, B.S., B.D., M.Th., M.A. 
Wheaton College (Illinois), 1954 
Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1957, 1958 
Northwestern University (Illinois), 1964 
Speech 

John Wesley's Speaking and Writing on Pre- 
destination and Free Will 



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Candidates for the 
Certificate of Specialist 



Jeannette Marie Massey, B. Mus., M.S. in Ed. 
Illinois Wesleyan University, 1941 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Elementary Education 



Wayne M. Williams, B.S., M.S. 

Murray State University (Kentucky), 1942 
University of Kentucky, 1951 
Secondary Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Donald Edward Moore, A.B., M.A. 
Shurtleff College (Illinois), 1940 
Washington University (Missouri), 1950 
Elementary Education 



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Candidates for the Master's Degree 



MASTER OF ARTS 



Gloria Jean Lang, A.B. 

Asbury College (Kentucky), 
1964— History 
Peter Han-Shan Liu, B.A. 

National Chengchi University 
(Taiwan), 1963 — Journalism 
Richard Dale Matthews, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— English 
Kevin Barry McGovern 
Fairfield University 

(Connecticut) Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Concepcion Mejia, Bach. 
University of Honduras 
Economics 
Raymond Jerrold Metzger, B.A. 
Wabash College (Indiana), 1966 
History 
Carol Elizabeth Meyer 

Western Illinois University 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Mary Ann Middleton, B.S. 

Spring Hill College (Alabama), 
1966— English 
Brian T. O'Connor, B.A. 

Loyola College (Canada), 1966 
English 

Steven Oserman, B.S. 

University of Illinois, 1966 
Philosophy 



David E. Luke 

University of Minnesota 
Behavior Modification 
John Steininger O'Brien 

Pennsylvania State University 
Behavior Modification 
Barbara Ann Olive, B.A. 

Concordia College (Minnesota). 
1965— English 
Byung Soo Park, B.A. 

Dong Kuk University (Korea), 
1961 — Government 
Keith Pharis, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — English as a Foreign 
Language 



Andrew John Papiz, B.A. 
University of Minnesota 
History 
William F. Richie, B.S. 

St. Norbert College (Wisconsin), 
1963— Zoology 
Janet Katherine Ries, B.A. 
State University of Iowa, 1963 
Sociology 
Edwin K. Robbins, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964— Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Howard Randall Robinette, B.S. 
Harding College (Arkansas), 
1966 — Zoology 
Juan Jose Rodriguez S., B.A. 
Murray State University 
(Kentucky), Spanish 
Ann Carolyn Sack, B.S. 

Carroll College (Wisconsin), 
1965— English 
Albert F. Scheckenbach, B.A. 
University of Notre Dame 
(Indiana), 1966 — Behavior 
Modification 
David John Schlafer, B.A. 

Wheaton College (Illinois), 1966 
Philosophy 
Charles F. Schmidt, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Geography 

IN ABSENTIA 

Helen Taylor De Sanchez, B.A. 
LTniversity of Arizona, 1965 
English as a Foreign Language 
John Alan Sauget, B.A. 

Park College (Missouri), 1967 
English 
Serpil Sisik, B.A. 

Ankara University (Turkey), 
1965 — Economics 

Soehoedi, B.A. 

Gadjah Mada University 

(Indonesia), 1962 — Economics 
Sawat Songsamphant, Bach, of 
Pol. Sci., Chulalongkorn 

University (Thailand), 1963 
Government 
John Stafford, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Philosophy 



Lawrence Joseph Schneider, A.B. 
St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1966 — Psychology 
Robert Frank Shewman, B.A. 
Albany State College (New 
York), 1958 — Inter-American 
Studies 
Jacqueline Szopinski 
College of St. Teresa 
(Minnesota) — Theater 
Robert A. Trendel, Jr., B.S., B.D. 
Carthage College (Wisconsin), 

1959 
Lutheran School of Theology 
(Illinois), 1963— History 
Charles William Venable, B.S. in 
Educ, Southern Illinois 
University, 1960 — Physics 
Ralph Alden Wilkinson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Botany 
Casimir John Woscinski 

Loyola University (Illinois) 
Microbiology 
R. Alan Zelley, B.A. 

Delaware Valley College 
Zoology 
Suzanne M. Zuehsow 

Capital University (Ohio) 
Zoology 



John F. Sutton, B.S. 

St. Norbert College (Wisconsin), 
1961— Zoology 
Joseph John Szabo 

LaSalle College (New Jersey) 
English 
William Hastings Thomas, B.A. 
DePauw University (Indiana), 
1964— Zoology 
Gretchen Morrison Walters, A.B. 
Stephens College (North 
Carolina), 1964 — Behavior 
Modification 
Margaret Evelyn Woelfel, B.A. 
Texas Lutheran College, 1964 
English 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Chia-Tse Lin, B.A. 

Yenching University (China), 
1948 — Business Administration 



James Douglas Minsker 
University of Pennsylvania 
Business Administration 



John A. Rodman, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Business Administration 



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Marcelino Garcia Salmones, B.A. 
Institute of Technology of 
Monterrey (Mexico), 1967 
Business Administration 



Michael Stafford, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Business Administration 



Robert Chaplin Tays, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1966 
Business Administration 



IN ABSENTIA 



George Edward Smith, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1963 
Business Administration 



John J. Weber, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Joanne Elizabeth Stremsterfer, 
B.S., University of Missouri, 
1963— A rt 



Frances Bracey Walker, A.B. 

Duke University (North 

Carolina), 1958— Art 



Gerald Edwin McCarty 

Eastern Illinois University- 



-Art 



IN ABSENTIA 

Leslie Miley, Jr., B.S., MA. 
Indiana State University, 1957, 
1961— Art 



Gary Lee Noffke, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 
in Ed., Eastern Illinois 

University, 1965, 1966 — Art 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



Helen Roth Niemann, B. Music 
University of Illinois, 1927 
Music 



Raeschelle Julian Potter 

Xavier University (Louisiana) 

Music 



Alice LeFever Schupp, B.A. 

Goshen College (Indiana), 1966 
Music 



MASTER OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



Sharon Lynn Marlow, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Music 



IN ABSENTIA 

John Arthur Latta, B. Mus. Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963— Music 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



Dick Charles Ray Little, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Forestry 
Alan William Lohanick 

Case Institute of Technology 
(Ohio), 1964— Physics 
Timothy Frank Lyon, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1965 
Zoology 

Robert Lee Mason, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 
Robert Charles McClelland, B.S.A. 
Purdue University (Indiana), 
1967 — Agricultural Industries 



Frances lone McDannel, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Mathematics 
Donald Gene Nash, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Agricultural Industries 
Kenneth B. Obrecht, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Agricultural Industries 
Patrick Lewis Ogle 

Yale University (Connecticut) 
Design 
Yoshihiro Ohya, B.S. 

Tokyo College of Science 
(Japan) Physics 



Norman Eugene Pence, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Mathematics 
Ronald D. Raber, B.S. 

Illinois State University, 1964 
Plant Industries 
John Delbert Rickett, B.A. 
Harding College (Arkansas), 
1966 — Zoology 
Roger Raymond Ross, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Agricultural Industries 
Hosea Sanders, B.S. 
Alcorn A & M College 

(Mississippi), 1955 — Plant 
Industries 



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John E. Schoen III, B.S. in Agric. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Forestry 
Jerry David Schrum, B.S. 
University of Iowa, 1966 
Psychology 
Paula Rave Smith, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Home Economics 
Raymond Walter Swift 
Rehabilitation Counseling 



Ronald A. Szatkowski, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Theater 
Marvin Eddy Utsinger, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Plant Industries 
Ronald J. Westerfield, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Agricultural Industries 

Conrad Roy Wetzel, B.S. 

University of Minnesota, 1965 
Forestry 



Carlann Winters, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Home Economics 
Maureen Patricia Wulf, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1956 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Takeya Yabe, B.S. 

Nihon University (Japan), 1966 
Engineering 



IN ABSENTIA 



Hugh Livesay, B.S. 

University of Illinois, 1950 
Agricultural Industries 
David M. Maddox, B.S. 

Virginia Military Institute, 1960 
Patrick Leon Maguire, B.S. 
Southwestern State College 
(Oklahoma), 1968— Speech 
William Gregory McKibben 

University of Illinois — Forestry 
William Dixon McReynolds, Jr., 
B.S., Southern Illinois 
University, 1967 — Plant 
Industries 
James F. Meacham 
Findlay College (Ohio) 
Geology 
Robert L. Miller, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Business 
Winfield Mwachisanga Ndovi, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Forestry 
Charles Ronald Norman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Engineering 



Yuri Orechwa, B.A. 

University of Chicago (Illinois) 
Physics 
George David Richards, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Mathematics 
Omar Renato Sanchez, B.S. in 
Agric, University of Arizona, 
1965 — Animal Industries 
Nongluck Savanonda, B.S. 
Chulalongkorn University 
(Thailand), 1966 — Physics 
Jau-shyong Shiue, B.S. 

Taiwan Normal University, 1965 
Mathematics 
William Greg Spangenberg, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Forestry 
Jackie Eugene Storm, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Plant Industries 
Thomas William Tafel, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Agricultural Industries 
Malcolm John Todd, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Engineering 



Samuel Page Tucker 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
Chemistry 

Arley Lee Van Doren, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Agricultural Industries 
Glen Richard Wankel, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Forestry 
Larry Wayne Wehr, B.S. 
Iowa State University, 1966 
Botany 

Larry Fred Wild, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965— Theater 
Barbara Ann Wiley, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Home Economics 
Albert Arthur Williams, B.A. 
Parkville College (Missouri), 
1967— Zoology 
Otto Frank Zeck, Jr., B.S. 

Valparaiso University (Indiana), 
1965 — Chemistry 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Charles W. Lambert, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Kitty Kit-Ying Leung, B.A. 
Hong Kong Baptist College, 
1965 — Elementary Education 

Elizabeth Lou Lutz, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 

Carson Ward Markley, B.S. in P. 
Ed., Davis and Elkins College 
(West Virginia), 1960— Health 
Education 

Carl Lindell Martie, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1958 — Health Education 



John Michael McClure, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Health Education 

James Robert McGhee, B.F.A. 
University of Illinois, 1947 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 

Thomas Edward McGinnis, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 

Robert Lee Miller, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 

Leonard Missavage, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Instructional Materials 



Maryellen Morris, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 

Carol F. Nebughr, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1960 — Instructional Materials 

Randall Alan Nelson 

Illinois Wesleyan University 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Lawrence Edward Prichard, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Higher Education 
Phyllis Ann Pulley, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 



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Imogene Payne Rea, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 
Harold Morgan Reynolds, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education 
Peggy Brill Ripperdan, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Physical Education for 
Women 

Howard R. Rushing, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Secondary Education 
Clarence Eugene Salmons, B.S. 
Eastern Illinois University 
Physical Education for Men 
Lillian Emily Salter, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1967 — Guidance 
and Educational Psychology 
John Albert Sautter, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Higher Education 
Larry Dean Schaake, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Marcella Ann Schaefer, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Special Education 



Gloria Elizabeth Thurston 
Schubert, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secondary Education 
Eldon D. Sewell, Jr., B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Silas Pratap Singh, B.A. in English 
University of Hawaii, 1966 
Secondary Education 
Charles Virgil Smith, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Guidance and 

Educational. Psychology 
Nanette Lee Smith, B.A. 
Howard University 

(Washington, D. C), 1967 
Higher Education 
Doris M. Snyers, B.F.A. 

Drake University (Iowa), 1957 
Instructional Materials 
Paul Allen Sommers, B.S. 

Wisconsin State University, 1967 
Physical Education for Men 
Steven David Spaner, B.A. 
Southern Illinois LTniversity, 
1966 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
John Robert Sutton, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



Gary Lee Taff, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Health Education 
Carol L. Thatcher, B.S. 

Florida State University, 1960 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 
Susan L. Toscano, B.S. 

University of Rochester (New 
York), 1967 — Elementary 
Education 
Bishwa Nath Upadhya, B. 

Commerce, Tri-Chandra College 
(Nepal), 1965 — Secretarial 
and Business Education 
Pattie Illinois Cole Wade, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1949 — Instructional Materials 
George Adam Wanaski, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secondary Education 
Lavere Charles Windhorst, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 

LTniversity, 1961 — Technical 
and Industrial Education 
George Thomas Wisely, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Secondary Education 
James Linn Wolff, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secondary Education 



John Manos Lambakis, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 

Barbara Ann Litherland, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Physical Education for 
Women 

Margaret Littlefair, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 
George Shannon Madden 

University of Cincinnati (Ohio) 
Physical Education for Men 
Paul Shanley McNamara 
University of Bridgeport 

(Connecticut) — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Kulaya Meechien, B.S. 

College of Education (Thailand) , 
1967 — Secondary Education 
Becky Suzan Merrill, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 



IN ABSENTIA 

William E. Merrill, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Physical Education for 
Men 
Ikuko Mikami, B.A. 

Hiroshima Woman's College 
(Japan), 1963 — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Henrietta Murphy, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Instructional Materials 
Haider Nawab, B.S., M.S. 
University of Peshawar 
(Pakistan), 1960, 1962 
Higher Education 
Robert Curtis Profilet, B.A. 
(Posthumously) , Southern 
Illinois University, 1963 
Higher Education 
Ronald A. Puszkiewicz, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 



Maxine Wilson Pyle, A.B., M.A. 
Judson College (Alabama), 1953 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 
John C. Sala, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Health Education 
John Stuart Scharf, B.A. 

University of Alberta (Canada), 
1965 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Franklin Jon Simpson, Jr., B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education 
David A. Tetrault 

Black Hills State College (South 
Dakota) — Secondary 
Education 
William Scott Wilson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Riazuddin H. Zobairi, B.A., M.A. 
Muslim University (India), 1949, 
1951 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 



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Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Troy W. Edwards, Asst. Dean 

J. W. Yates, Marshal 
Roger Robinson, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Bruce Leslie La Force 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 

Ann Noel Lahners 

Centralia — Elementary 
Education 

Philip D. Lambert 

West Frankfort — Business 
Teacher Education 

Sandra Ann Landry 
Belleville — English 

Barbara Ann Langton 

St. Louis, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 

Linda Lannoo 
Rock Island — Art 

Alice Marie Lawless 
Winchester — Botany 

Jerry Edward Lawrence 
Eldorado — Social Studies 

Paul Eldon Lawrence 

West Frankfort — Elementary 
Education 
Freida Ann Huey Ledermann 
Marshall — Business Teacher 
Education 
Georges Pierre Le Faivre 

Grafton — Physical Education 
for Men 
Mary Elizabeth Lehman 

Marissa — Physical Education 
for Women 
Kenneth James Lehr 

Bloomington — Mathematics 
Debra Ann Levin 

Chicago — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Sherry Gayle Levitt 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Mary Ella Leyerle 

Zeigler — Elementary Education 
Susan Lavern Leyerle 

Zeigler — Elementary Education 
Gail Anne Liebovich 

Rockford — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Marjorie Ann Lima 
DuQuoin — Elemen tary 
Education 



Pamela Vee Lindsay 

Park Forest — Elementary 
Education 

Donna Louise Lingle 

Mascoutah — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education, 

Laura April Link * 

Glen Ellyn — Elementary 
Education 

Mitchel Dean Livingston 

Decatur — Physical Education 
for Men 

Carole Jean Locke 

Huntsville, Alabama — 
Elementary Education 

Constance Elizabeth Lowe 
Wilmette — Elementary 
Education 

Laurel Anne Luby 

Hazel Crest — Elementary 
Education 

Larry Melvin Lucas 

Mt. Vernon — Special Education 

Carol B. Ludwick 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Logan Thomas Ludwig 

Prairie du Rocher — English 
Karen Sue Luehr ** 

Percy — English 
Paula Madden 

Downers Grove — History 
Connie Diane Main 

Champaign — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Richard Makurat 

Chicago — Special Education 
Albert R. Malone (Posthumously) 

Carrier Mills — History 
Kathy Anne Mark 

Peoria — Elementary Education 
Janet Kaye Marks 

Carbondale — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Li Hie May Marlow * 

Texico — Elementary Education 
Cheryl Suzanne Martin 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 



James Howard Martin 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 

Linda Louise Martin 

Norris City — Elementary 
Education 

Marilyn Paulette Masek 
Hinsdale — Elementary 
Education 

Karen A. Matz 

Brookfield — Physical Education 
for Women 

Paul Edward Mayer 

Statesboro, Georgia — Physical 
Education for Men 

Charles Del Commune McCann 
Murphysboro — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Mary Jane McClintick 
Springfield — English 

James Walter McClurg 

Brooklyn, New York — Physical 
Education for Men 

Kathleen Anne McCormick 
St. Louis, Missouri — Physical 
Education for Women 

Karen Sue Martyn McKenzie 

Rantoul — History 
Margaret Mary McKeone 

Oak Lawn — Elementary 
Education 
Susan Gaye McMullin 

Silvis — English 
Mose McNeese 

East St. Louis — Social Studies 
G. William McOmber 

Highland Park — History 
Pamela McRoy 

Thompsonville — English 
Mary Jane McSparin 

Stonefort — Business Teacher 
Education 
Christine Ann Meinert 

Springfield — French 
Kathleen Ann Meirink 

Belleville — Special Education 
Sister Josephine Patricia Mellett 

Marion — French 



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Marlene Messersmith 

Benton — Special Education 
John Metcalf 

Benton — Business Teacher 
Education 
Jimmy Eugene Michael 
Ohlman — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
John Michael Miles 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Charlotte Elaine Miller 
Grayslake — Elemen tary 
Education 
Mary B. Miller 

Skokie — Elementary Education 
Melvin Eugene Mills, Jr. 

Salem — Biological Sciences 
Peggy Ann Mills 

Carterville — English 
Donna Maria Minier 

Benton — Elementary Education 
Earla Kay Mitchell 

West Frankfort — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Patrick Otis Mitchell 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 
Carolyn Ann Moll 

Mt. Vernon, Indiana — Physical 
Education for Women 
Sarah Nancy Montgomery 
Johnston City — English 
Judith A. Moorhead 

Oak Lawn — Mathematics 
Maureen Elise Morris 

Skokie — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Lynn Joseph Morrison 

Springfield — Business Teacher 
Education 
Doris Elaine Moulton 

Thompsonville — Elementary 
Education 
Diane Lynn Mugge 

Harrisburg — Elementary 
Education 
Janis Lynn Murphy 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Patricia Ann Murphy 
Divernon — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Richard A. Myers 

Ottawa — Social Studies 
Sandra Lee Nagel 

Walsh — Physical Education for 
Women 
Jerome Reginald Nance 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 
Carole Ann Nawojski 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Jo Ann Neiswinger 

Christopher — Elementary 
Education 
Rachael Ann Nelson 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 



Barbara J. Nicholson 

Rock Island — Elementary 
Education 

Richard D. Nicholson 
Catlin — Social Studies 

Geneva Sloan Nipper 

McLeansboro — Elementary 
Education 

Hongthong Niravanh 

Vientiane, Laos — Social Studies 

Linda Ann Norton 

Beckemeyer — Elementary 
Education 

Paula McKinnis Novak 
Herrin — French 

Kathryn Marie Oakley 

Paxton — Special Education 

Nicholas Francis O'Connor, Jr. 
Park Forest — French 

Phyllis Stephanie Olech 

Clarendon Hills — Elementary 
Education 

Bonnie L. Opp * * 

Tamaroa — English 
Peter Benedict Paonessa 

Niagara Falls, New York — 
Social Studies 
Betty J. Parker 

Chicago — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Frederick John Pasco 

Stratford, Connecticut — Physical. 
Education for Men 
Grace Wall Patton 

Elizabethtown — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Richard Dean Peckenpaugh 

Morris — Biological Sciences 
Marie Claudette Peters 

Salem — Spanish 
Allen R. Pharo 

Morton — Biological Sciences 
David Dwain Phelps 

Eldorado — Social Studies 
Patricia Arlene Pickens 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Donna Lynn Piercy 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Jo Ann Pinazzi * 

Valier — English 
Pamela Sue Piper 

Woodlawn — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Ellen Pirok 

Norridge — Elemen tary 
Education 
Sandra Colleen Plain 

LeRoy — English 
Kathi Lou Poppe * 

Somerville, New Jersey — 
Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Harry Douglas Pottorff 

Cisne — Elementary Education 
Carole Sue McDole Powell 

Staunton — Special Education 



Vicki Ann Powell 

Taylor Ridge — French 

Karen June Preckwinkle 
Springfield — Elementary 
Education 

Carol Ann Prost 

Perryville, Missouri — Social 
Studies 

John P. Raibley 

Seneca — Health Education 

Shirley Eleanor Raines 

Bridgeview — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Marthena Carroll Red 

DuQuoin — Elementary 
Education 
Martin Allen Reed 

Anna — Health Education 
Steven Douglas Reetz 

Addison — Biological Sciences 
Brenda Joyce Reid 

Centralia — English 
Anna Marie Reusch 

Freeport — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Daniel E. Reusch 

Carbondale — Geography 
Janice Carner Reynolds 

Johnston City — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Anne Reynolds 

Marissa — Special Education 
Marcia J. Rhine 

Murphysboro — Language Arts 

Judy Kay Rice 

DuQuoin — Elementary 
Education 
Ralph Rich, Jr. 

Cobden — Social Studies 
Stephen Edward Rice 

Carterville — Government 

Joann E. Riggio 

DuQuoin — History 
Inez Yocks Roberson 

Wood River — Physical 
Education for Women 
Barbara Ellen Robinson 

Carbondale — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Dianne Robinson 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Women 
Harriet Lou Rice Robinson 

Murphysboro — Physical 
Education for Women 
Mary E. Simmons Robinson 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Wanda Lucille Rodgers 

Herald — Elementary Education 
Marcia Elena Rodriguez 

East St. Louis — Social Studies 
Melinda Ann Roegler 

Centralia — Special Education 
William Alan Rogers 

Batavia — Social Studies 
Carolyn Elizabeth Rohde 

Oakdale — Biological Sciences 



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Karen M. Rohde 

Carterville — Special Education 
John Michael Roosevelt 

Albion — Social Studies 
Mahin Roshanmanesh 

Tehran, Iran — Mathematics 
David Louis Ross 

Decatur — Mathematics 
Charles Arthur Rosseter 

Lisle — Physical Education for 
Men 
Diane Lynn Rothchild 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Edgar Edwin Roulhac 

Chicago — Health Education 
William J. Rudert 

Belleville — English 
Maria Theresa Ruess 

St. Louis, Missouri — Special 
Education 
Alice R. Rusevic 

Oak Park — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Janis Lashley Rush 

Marion — Elementary Education 
Ramona Diane Russell 

Champaign — Physical Education 
for Women 
Denise Mudaro Saberson 
Park Ridge — Elementary 
Education 
Sylvia Jean Sadler * 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Wilhelmina Marie Samuels 

Justice — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
John Phillip Sanders 

Hazel Crest — Business Teacher 
Education 
Jeanette Louise Saunders 

Lockport — Physical Education 
for Women 

Donna M. Schaenzer 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin — 
Physical Education for 
Women 
Barbara Lynn Schermer 
Homewood — Elementary 
Education 
James L. Schindler 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Marguerite Schindler 

Benld — Elementary Education 
Christina Duganich Schmidt 

Carbondale — English 
Lozelle Dale Schmidt 

Quincy — Government 
Deloris Joan Schneider 

Centralia — Business Teacher 
Education 
Karleen Ann Schreiber 

Lincoln — Elementary Education 
Jacqueline Lee Schroeder 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 



James L. Schubert 
Rockford — English 

Maurice Warren Schulman 
Chicago — Biological Sciences 

Stuart Schultz 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 

Louis W. Schwarm 
Johnston City — Health 
Education 

Libby Schwartz 

Chicago — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Mary Jo Schwarz 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Janice Kay Scott 

Carlyle — Elementary Education 

James E. Seiber 

Ullin — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 

Mary B. Seibert 

Belleville — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 

Ella Louetta Seitz 

Carmi — Elementary Education 

Sedigheh Sharif! 

Tehran, Iran — Health Education 

Nancy Hodge Shauger * 
Springfield — Elementary 
Education 

Edward John Sheley 

Sycamore — Physical Education 
for Men 

Carl Shelton 

Harrisburg — Physical Education 
for Men 

Marjorie Diane Sherhart 
Sandoval — Elementary 
Education 

Seena Silverman 
Chicago — English 

Patricia Chandrl Simmons 
Granite City — Elementary 
Education 

Beverly Smoot Simons 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 

Betty June Sims 

Stonefort — Elementary 
Education 

Janet LaRea Sims 

Carterville — Business Teacher 
Education 
Marcella Anne Sindelar 

Centralia — Elementary 
Education 
Harry Skaletzky 

Chicago — English 
Brenda Sue Skidmore 

Mt. Vernon — Business Teacher 
Education 
William Walter Sklodowski 

Cicero — Health Education 
Harvey Slaton ** 

Harrisburg — Mathematics 



Sharon N. Sloan 

Chicago — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Jeffery Raymond Smith 

East Alton — English 
Kathryn Sue Smith 

St. Elmo — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Louise Smith 

Carmi — Elementary Education 
Stoddart Holbrook Smith 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — 
Physical Education for Men 
Suzanne R. Smith 

Centralia — Social Studies 

Terry Ray Smith 

Karnak — Mathematics 

Victoria Eloise Smith 

Park Ridge — English 
Joanne Eve Sommer 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Dona Dawn Spangenberg 

Jacksonville — Elementary 
Education 
Sylvia Fern Sparwasser 

Springfield — Biological Sciences 

Gerald Ray Speith 

Ava — Special Education 
Berthalynn Spisok 

Westville — Physical Education 
for Women 
Laurel Jayne Sproat 

Carbondale — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Jennifer Jo Stanley 

West Frankfort — Physical 
Education for Women 
Judith Ellen Stearns 

Marion — Special Education 
LeNora Jean Rodgers Stearns 
Eldorado — Elementary 
Education 
Robert E. Stein 

Carbondale — Social Studies 
Elizabeth Ann Steinmacher 
Springfield — Elementary 
Education 
Ronnie L. Stellhorn 

Freeburg — History 
Rita Jo Stergis 

Herrin — Elementary Education 
Paula Ellen Stiber 

Skokie — Elementary Education 
Cheryl Ann Stilabower * 
Strasburg — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Nina Katherine Stinebaugh 

Carbondale — Social Studies 
Anita Phalp Stotlar 

Marion — Elementary Education 
Janet Kay Strack 

Wood River — Physical 
Education for Women 
Susan May Stremmel 
Centralia — Elementary 
Education 
Jean S. Stricklin 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 



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John H. Sturtevant 

Carterville — Social Studies 

Robert Wayne Sutton 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Cheryl Lyn Swafford 

Murphysboro — Business Teacher 
Education 

Gary W. Swigart 

Farmer City — Physical 
Education for Men 

Brenda Sue Hall Tackett 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 

Emma Jean Tally 

Carbondale — Elemen tary 
Education 

Ellen Dee Tamkin 

Peoria — Elementary Education 

Larry Elsworth Tate 

Odin — Elementary Education 

Linda Kay Tate 

Irvington — Kindergarten - 
Primary Education 
Kathleen Ann Taylor 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Robert Madison Taylor 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Connie Frank Teesdale 

Rankin — Elementary Education 
Brenda Larie Thiele 

Blue Mound — Business Teacher 
Education 
Diana Rosalie Thomas 

Centralia — Special Education 
Camiell Penelope Thompson 
Cairo — Special Education 
Elaine Thompson 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 
Terri G. Thompson 

Hoffman Estates — Elementary 
Education 
Gary M. Threw 

Farmington — Social Studies 
Sandra Thulin 

Hazel Crest — Elementary 
Education 
Nong Trong Tien 

Saigon, Viet Nam — Elementary 
Education 
Mary E. Toci 

Chicago — 
Wilson C. Todd 

DuQuoin — Elementary 
Education 
Richard Andrew Tomala 
Torrington, Connecticut — 
History 
Linda Ann Tousek 
Cicero — English 
Vicki Marie Trejbal 

Chicago — Art 
Gary Edward Troxel 

Creal Springs — Elementary 
Education 



Anne Tsai 

Chicago — Health Education 

Judy Rene Loving Tucker 
Loami — Health Education 

Charles Allen Turner 

Springfield — Social Studies 

Ike Edward Turner 

Vienna — Business Teacher 
Education 

Deleanor Jean Tutt 

Harrisburg — Special Education 

Donna Lou Uchtman 

Steeleville — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 

David Lee UnRue 
Harrisburg — History 

Vicki Carole Upchurch 
Carterville — Elementary 
Education 

Alice Loudean Vancil 

Carterville — Business Teacher 
Education 
Sandra Elaine Vangeison 

Morrisonville — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Diana Lynn Van Ormer 

Morrison — Special Education 
Kathleen Anne Varsa 

Marissa — Business Teacher 
Education 
Susann Marylyn Vensel 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Lellon Sue Ventress 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Rosemary Vieira 

Sp r ingfield — Ele menta ry 
Education 
H. Stephen Vierow 

Oak Park — Elementary 
Education 
Dennis A. Vinson 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Sandra Kay Vinson 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Darell Mae Vinyard 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Linda L. Vlasak 

Bartlett — Elementary Education 
Sharon Ruth Clark Vondrak 

Chicago Ridge — History 
Dianna Lynne Voss 

St. Anne — Special Education 
Donna Elizabeth Dugger 
Wads worth * 

Harrisburg — Special 
Education 
Cabrini Ann Waite 

Cairo — Elementary Education 
Janet Sue Walden 

Herrin — Elementary Education 
Emily Ann Walker 
St. Anne — Elementary 
Education 



Jon Vincent Walker 
Herrin — Social Studies 

Loyce Janelle Walker 

Marion — Elementary Education 

Maureen L. Walsh ** 
Peoria — French 

Robert P. Ward 

Whittington — English 

Judith Ann Warner 

Springfield — Elementary 
Education 

Lynn Warner 

Park Forest — Social Studies 

Sarah Elizabeth Warnke 

Rochester — Business Teacher 
Education 

Charles Luther Warren 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 

Panchita Washington 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Jacquelyn Ann Watkins 
Middletown, New York — 
Elementary Education 
Beth Ann Wise Wattelet 
Effingham — Elementary 
Education 
Eugene Waugh 

Dahlgren — Elementary 
Education 
Janet Kay Weaver * * * 
Steeleville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Margaret Ann Weaver 

Mt. Carmel — Special Education 
Donald Brett Webb 

Ewing — Physical Education for 
Men 
Fern M. Weihe 

Okawville — Elementary 
Education 
Marilyn Sue Weinacht 

Carbondale — Art 
Nancy Jane Weirauch 
Norris City — Elementary 
Education 
John Patrick Welby 

Chicago — Social Studies 
Linda Kay Welker 

Belleville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Robert Lynn Weller 

Modesto — Government 
Donna Marie Wesdell 
Royalton — Elementary 
Education 
Rita Jill West 

Tamaroa — English 
Jay Robert Westcott 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Karen Lou Westfall 

Belleville — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Carole Ruth Wetherell * 
Shumway — Elementary 
Education 



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Pamela Kay Weyhaupt 
Belleville — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 

Guy H. Wharton, Jr. 

Nokomis — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Patricia Jane Rawson Wheeler * 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Phyllis Anne Wiedeman ** 

Metropolis — Biological Sciences 
Barbara Vern Wieher 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Meredith Albert Willard 
Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Carol Ann Williams 

Christopher — Business Teacher 
Education 



Linda S. Williams 

Macomb — Elementary 
Education 
Bonita Wilson 

Cahokia — Elementary Education 
Carla Jean Wilton 

Murphysboro — Social Studies 
Freddie W. Winders 

Harrisburg — History 
Cynthia Winston 

Chicago — English 
Deborah Lea Wissehr 

Belleville — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Sherry Kay Wolf 

Pekin — Special Education 
Rex Leland Wolfe 

Sidney — English 
Mary Susan Wood 

Mt. Carmel — Business Teacher 
Education 



Dorothy Mae Woods 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara Ann Woolridge 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Gerald Kent Worms * 

Mascoutah — Ma th e m atics 
Charlotte Renee Worthen 

Marion — Elementary Education 
George Gaskins Wright 

Harrisburg — Special Education 
Danny Lee Yahne 

Carrier Mills — English 
Fred William Yazell 

Springfield — Physical Education 
for Men 
Barbara Shaw Young 

Carbondale — History 
Frances Lynne Zelnis 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Elbert H. Hadley, Asst. Dean 

Daniel Miller, Marshal 

George Stone, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Bing Lun Lam 

Florissant, Missouri — Chemistry 

Marsha A. Landorf 

Downers Grove — English 

James Clayton Lathrop 

Wayne City — English 
William Michael Lawler 

Ridgway — Chemistry 

Marc Laurence Leavitt 

Chesterfield, Missouri — 
Physiology 
James R. Legge, Jr. 

Arlington Heights — Psychology 
Richard Henry Lemerman 

Chicago — Philosophy 
Peter Yiu-Wah Leung 

Albion — Microbiology 
David Russell Lewis 

Fort Branch, Indiana — 
Chemistry 
Jeffrey Mayer Lezak 

Chicago — Psychology 
Glendene Lidster 

Glen Ellyn — Sociology 
Walter Waitak Light 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Chemistry 
Joseph E. Lima 

Du Quoin — Microbiology 
Merrett Lynn Litherland 

Bridgeport — Zoology 



Cynthia Susan Livingston 
Carbondale — History 

Timothy Ping Lo 

Hong Kong — Mathematics 

John Carlos Loayza 

Oak Park — Inter- American 
Studies 

Rosalyn Faye Lounsbury 
Carbondale — Sociology 

Andy R. Loving * 

Effingham — Psychology 

Jeanette A. Luecking * 

St. Libory — Biological Sciences 

Marcia Ann Lynch 

Collinsville — Psychology 

David Edward Lyon 
Urbana — English 

Sandra Lenore MacNiff 
Palatine — Philosophy 

John T. Maes 

Centralia — Ph ilosophy 

Pamela Sue Magelli 
Marseilles — Sociology 

Steven Magidson 

Chicago — Government 
Johnson Kar-Jun Mao * 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Microbiology 
Kenneth Eugene Markwell 

Carterville — Geology 



Anthony J. Marsh 

Las Cruces, New Mexico — 
German 
David Eugene Marshall 

Orion — English 
James Loren Martin 

Du Quoin — Chemistry 

Jeffrey Martin 

Skokie — English 
Martha Louise Martinez 

Carbondale — Health Science 
Ronald Ralph Martini 

Edwardsville — Zoology 
Wayne Martini 

McVicker — Mathematics 
John David Marucco 

Stonington — Mathematics 
Doris Dancy Massenburg * * 

East St. Louis — English 
Donald L. Massey 

Andalusia — Sociology 
Lawrence Thomas Massie 

Dupo — Government 
Susan Lucas Matthews 

Carbondale — Chemistry 
Jerry Lee Maxwell 

Carbondale — History 
Patricia Carolyn Mayberry 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Sue Ellen Maynard 

Zion — English 



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Fred Jerome Mayo 

Memphis, Tennessee — Sociology 

Abraham Mazliach 

Calumet City — Mathematics 

John Michael McAloon 
Chicago — Zoology 

Rita Louise McCabe 

Brookfield — Government 

Janet C. McCarthy 
Chicago — Government 

Stephen William McCarty 
Salem — History 

Dennis M. McClellan 
Chicago — Psychology 

Terrence Joseph McCormick 

Grand Ridge — Zoology 
David Lawrence McCoy 

Carbondale — Physiology 
Max Paul McDaniel * 

Saginaw, Texas — Chemistry 
Rebecca Elaine McGhee 

Mt. Vernon — Biological Sciences 
Robert Lewis Mclnnis 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Helen Mcintosh 

Chicago — English 
Janice Kay Mclntyre 

Steeleville — Home Economics 
Kathleen McKee 

Edwardsville — Psychology 
Mary Jeanne McKenzie 

Carbondale — English 
Terry S. McKinney 

Decatur — Government 
James Richard McNamara 

Joliet — Chemistry 
Joseph Walker McRaven 

Macomb — Economics 
Lynette Margaret Meade 

Joliet — Sociology 
Paul William Mick 

Benton — Mathematics 
Barry Lee Middleton 

Yazoo City, Mississippi — 
Psychology 
Leroy Miles 

De Soto — Biological Sciences 
Robert Peter Mistovich 

Chicago — Government 
Anthony Mizerski 

Carbondale — Geography 
Robert Montgomery 

Rockford — Government 
Marjorie Moon 

Springfield — English 
Marian Jean Moore 

Toledo, Ohio — Sociology 
Mary Kathleen Moore 

Suitland, Maryland — 
Mathematics 
Michael Ray Moore 

Equality — Chemistry 
Virginia Moore 

Marion — Sociology 
James W. Morris 

Carbondale — Government 



Rita Kathleen Morris 
Harrisburg — English 

Ann L. Morrison 

Rock Island — Psychology 

David Louis Morse 
Springfield — Spanish 

Nancy Joy Mueller 

Western Springs — Sociology 

Peter A. Munch, Jr. 

Carbondale — Philosophy 

Esther Murillo Caballero 

Mexico City, Mexico — French 

Teruyo Nakagawa 

Chicago — Psychology 
Yoshitaka Nakagawa 

Chicago — Mathematics 

Patrick Miller Neal 
Metropolis — Sociology 

Carol A. Neil 

Buffalo, New York — Sociology 
Dennis Clifford Nelson 

Galva — Biological Sciences 
Norman Fredrick Nelson 

Rockford — Ch e m istry 
Richard Alan Nelson 

Olney — Chemistry 

Ronald Charles Nesmith 

Goreville — Psychology 
Joseph Yu-Kwong Ng 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Physiology 
Joseph Mayo Nixon 

Chesterfield — Microbiology 
Darrell Kirk Nordstrom 

Ca rbondale — Che mis try 
Patricia Ann Northcutt 

Overland Park, Kansas — 
Biological Sciences 
Alan Raymond Nourie 

Kankakee — English 
Mary Kay Nystedt 

St. Charles — Sociology 
David Vaughn Oberlink 

Godfrey — Psychology 

Linda Sue Obrecht * * 
Rantoul — Psychology 

Michael Adeleye Ojo 

Itapa-Ekiti, Western Nigeria — 
Government 
John R. Oldani 

Herrin — Geography 
Phyllis Jean Oldenburg 

Rutland — Anthropology 
Margaret Ruth Olson 

Kirkwood, Missouri — Economics 
Dennis R. Olvera 

Mascoutah — Sociology 
Robert James O'Neill 

Forest Park — Government 
Mark D. Onken * 

Carlyle — German 
Alford Henry Ottley, Jr. 

St. Albans, New York — 
Chemistry 
Ronald Keith Owen 

Collinsville — Government 



Charlotte C. Owens 

Paris, Tennessee — Theater 

Roderick Carl Padilla 
Lockport — Chemistry 

Suzanne Mary Pala 
Chicago — English 

Mickey V. Pankey 
Harrisburg — History 

David Stephen Parker 
Glenwood — Psychology 

Sylvia Elaine Parks 
Carbondale — Sociology 

Edward Sheldon Pauley 

Marion — History 
Katherine Sue Pauley 

Marion — History 
Richard Stephen Pearson 

Rockford — Zoology 
Darren Wayne Peckler 

Carbondale — Government 
Charles Peter Perrecone 

Rockford — Government 
Philip J. Persiani 

Flossmoor — Geology 
Gary John Peterson 

Morris — Zoology 
Kay Lue Gladden Phillips 

McLeansboro — English 
William G. Phillips 

Elmwood Park — Government 

Larry B. Pickford 

Harrisburg — Chemistry 
James R. Pillars, Jr. 

Chicago — Psychology 
Frank Vincent Pinelli 

Westchester — Government 
John Regis Plante 

Chicago — History 
Paul William Plotnick 

Chicago — History 
Paul Howard Plunkett 

Eldorado — History 
Sherry Kathryn Poehls 

Peoria — Sociology 
V. Bruce Polk 

Palatine — History 

William N. Pontikes 
Chicago — Psychology 

William Clark Potter * 

Carbondale — Government 
Marsha L. Purcell 

Hillsboro — Spanish 
David Overmyer Rafter 

Rockville, Maryland — History 
Gary R. Ragan 

Casey ville — Govern ment 
Hans Erik Paul Rampen 

Washington, D. C. — 
Mathematics 

Pollyanna Ramsey 

Carbondale — Art 
Grover Cleveland Randle, Jr. 

Cleveland, Ohio — Mathematics 
Epp Rebane 

Oceanside, New York — 
Psychology 



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Barbara DiAnn Reed 

Newton — English 
Dana Keith Reed 

New York, New York — 
Government 
Anthony Lawrence Reffells 

Chicago — Psychology 
Linda Reynolds 

Centralia — Biological Sciences 
Robert Lee Kenton Richardson 

Crete — Psychology 
Robert A. Rickhoff 

Joliet — Mathematics 
Thomas Karl Riechman 

Carbondale — English 
Thomas P. Rippy 

Huntley — History 
Kenyon Douglass Robinson 

Cleveland, Ohio — Special 
major in Philosophical 
Anthropology 
Carolyn Faye Rodgers 

East St. Louis — Spanish 
Richard E. Roehrkasse 

Red Bud — Mathematics 

Robert M. Roop 

Carbondale — Government 

David F. Rovsek 

Kenil wo r th — His tory 
James Alan Rubush 

Gary, Indiana — Sociology 
Wesley Paul Rudy 

Davenport, Iowa — Mathematics 
Richard Rumpf 

Oak Forest — English 
Jerald William Rushing 

Steeleville — Physiology 
Charles Michael Russell 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Linda Louise Russell 

Makanda — History 
Roger Terry Russell 

McConnell — Geography 
Richard William Ryan 

Dolton — Chemistry 

Roger Guy Saberson 

Niles — Government 
Keith James Saginus 

Lockport — History 

Bruce Gail Sammons 

Sesser — Physiology 
Charles E. Sandberg 

Springfield — Health Science 
Judith A. Sandberg 

Chicago — Botany 
Don Mitchel Sander 

Cape Girardeau, Missouri — 
Psychology 
Joseph James Santercier 

Chicago — Sociology 
Peter Anthony Saxon 

Kenosha, Wisconsin — 
Government 
Michael Allen Saylor 

Herrin — Biological Sciences 
Philip E. Schickedanz 

Jacksonville — Government 



Donald R. Schlatt 

Homewood — Governmen t 

Patrick Jay Schmalenberger 
Makanda — Biological Sciences 

Daniel A. Schmidt 

Des Plaines — Sociology 

James Matthew Schmidt 
Northbrook — Zoology 

Steven Michael Schmidt 

Niles — Economics 
Robert Louis Schnoor * * 

Sterling — Mathematics 

Sharon Marie Schoen 

Arlington Heights — Biological 
Sciences 
Robert George Schoknecht 

Chicago — Zoology 
John Ritchey Scholes 

Bushnell — Sociology 
John Wilson Schroeder 

Carbondale — Geography 
Paul Edward Schuwerk, Jr. 

Park Ridge — Government 

Frank John Schwab 

Mt. Olive — Government 
Neil David Schwartz 

Carbondale — French 
Janice Rae Seibert 

Mt. Carmel — Sociology 
Jack Farnsworth Seum 

Oak Park — Government 
Richard Lyle Seyller 

Carpenters ville — Chemistry 
A. James Shatter III 

Carbondale — Government 

Cathleen Anne Shannon 

Lombard — Psychology 
Charles Philip Shedd 

Belleville — Mathematics 
Elaine Marie Sheehan 

Malta — English 
Eugene L. Shepherd 

South Beloit — Biological 
Sciences 
Harry Michael Sheridan 

Chicago — His tory 
David Hollis Shinnick 

Oaklyn, New Jersey — History 
Richard T. Showalter 

Blue Mound — Government 
Kathy Siebel 

Decatur — English 
Jonathan Francis Siedlecki 

Chicago — Government 
Susan I, Silver 

Syracuse, New York — Sociology 
Wayne Larry Sloan 

Rockford — Psychology 
Deborah Ann Smith 

St. Louis, Missouri — Sociology 
Edward B. Smith, Jr. 

Chicago — Sociology 
Karen E. Smith 

Waltonville — History 
Stephen Winsor Smith 

Carbondale — Sociology 



Andrew S. Sochacz 
Oak Lawn — Russian 

Linda Louise Sparrenberg 
Kankakee — French 

John Stafford 

Chicago — Economics 

Robert James Standish 
Marengo — Zoology 

Gregory Charles Starks 
Greenville, Mississippi — 
Microbiology 

Frank Edward Stemm 

Oak Park — Mathematics 
Steven Richard Stewart * 

Murphysboro — Psychology 
Eric Michael Stocklin 

Lake Bluff — Zoology 
Laura Louise Stott 

Western Springs — Mathematics 

James Dudley Stout 

Bridgeport — Government 

Neil Frederick Strauss 
Evanston — Psychology 

Suzanne Marie Strohmeier 
Amherst, Ohio — Psychology 

Ruth Ann Stromeyer 

Pe rcy — His to ry 
Roger Thomas Swallow 

Lombard — Biological Sciences 

Craig Allen Taylor 

Evansville, Indiana — Psychology 

Linda Kay Taylor 

E ldo rado — Psycho logy 
William Arthur Taylor 

Chicago — Go vernment 
Phillip Dale Tedrick * 

Vandalia — Zoology 
Gayle Reva Temkin 

Chicago — Sociology 
Michael Eugene Terry 

Mt. Vernon — Government 
Edward Robert Theobald III 

Bellwood — Government 

Fritz Siegfried Thiele 

Murphysboro — German 
James C. Thomas 

Peoria — Sociology 
Richard Menlo Thomas 

Carbondale — History 
Richard Moore Thrasher 

Springfield — History 
Regina Nijole Timcikas 

Lake Bluff — Botany 
David Eugene Tondini 

Marion — Zoology 
William Porter Turner 

Nashville, Tennessee — 
Mathematics 
Michael Adam Tymowicz 

Joliet — Sociology 
Roger William Ulman 

Chicago — His to ry 
Michael J. Unruh 

Peoria — Government 
Daniel Edward Urbauer 

Chicago — Sociology 



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Stephen Frank Vandenbark 

Makanda — Zoology 
Bonnie Vann 

Chicago — History 
JoAnne Vaughan 

Fai rfield — Psyc h o logy 
Ragnars Valdis Veilands 

Chicago — Psychology 
Eugene M. Venegone 

Streator — Geography 
Doyle Ray Vines 

Jonesboro — Government 
John Richard Viren 

LaGrange Park — Botany 
Robert Vero Voerster 

St. Louis, Missouri — Psychology 
Antoinette Vozikis * 

East Moline — Spanish 
Patrick Ernest Wadsworth 

Harrisburg — Philosophy 
Ronald Earl Wagener 

Carbondale — Microbiology 
Bruce Robert Wagner 

Harvard — Govern ment 
Randall D. Waks 

Decatur — Chemistry 
Wilma Vernita Wallace 

Chicago — History 
William George Wallis 

Carbondale — English 
Terrence John Walsh 

Elmwood Park — English 
William J. Walsh 

Oak Park — Government 
Craig Russel Walters 

Sumner — Mathematics 



Robert Allan Wanager 
Decatur — Microbiology 

Marilyn Ward 

St. Louis, Missouri — Economics 

Roberta Maureen Warner 

Elkridge, Maryland — 
Government 
Thomas Michael Watson 

Benton — Psychology 
Sharon Janean Waymire 

Cahokia — Government 
Robert James Weible 

New Athens — Government 
Nancy Weissman 

Chicago — Psychology 
Louis Martin Welge 

Hillsboro — Mathematics 
Sharon Elaine Wells 

Carmi — Chemistry 
Gary R. Wheeler 

Belvidere — Government 
William Charles Wheeler 

Chicago — Psychology 
Larry E. White 

Decatur — Government 
Robert R. Wiese 

Nashville — Physics 
Mary Elizabeth Wildrick 

Carbondale — English 
Frederick Dee Wiley 

Harrisburg — Government 
Evelyn Ann Williams ** 

Murphysboro — Psychology 
LaVona R. Williams 

Robinson — English 



Mary Anne Williams 

Rantoul— English 
Morris Julius Williamson 

Chicago — Sociology 
David Alan Wilson 

Carbondale — Government 
Gary Russell Wilson 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Jan T. Wiss 

Kearny, New Jersey — 
Sociology 
Joseph Wong-Fai Woo 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Chemistry 
Larry K. Wray * 

Staunton — Chemistry 
Elliot Yablun 

Morton Grove — Mathematics 
Monica Hing Wah Yam 

Hong Kong — Sociology 
Annette Marie Yepp 

Springfield — Sociology 
Jeness M. Yoho 

Chicago — English 
Fred Sidney Yokley 

Williamsville — History 
Barbara Ann Yopp 

M undelein — Microbiology 
Mike Shung Tak Yuen 

Greenville — Government 
Frank J. Yurka 

Berwyn — Government 
Don L. Zeigler 

Sterling — Zoology 
Robert J. Zepeda 

Lockport — Spanish 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Travis Wilson Martin 
Shawneetown — Zoology 

James Dietrich Michael 
Murphysboro — Zoology 

Richard W. Monckton 
Marion — Geology 



Richard Allen Ream 

Aurora — Zoology 
Richard Randall Schwaber 

Des Plaines — Zoology 
Frank Anthony Splendoria 

Clarendon Hills — Zoology 



Murray E. Thomson 
Cambria — Zoology 

Larry J. Wohlers 
Carbondale — Zoology 

Michael Lee Youther 
St. Elmo — Zoology 



SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 

W. E. Keepper, Dean 
Eugene S. Wood, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



William Anthony Lapinskas 

Chicago — Forestry 
Kenneth Roy Larson 

Rochelle — Agricultural 
Education 
Thomas A. Lashmett 

Winchester — Animal Industries 



James E. Lawler 

U rbana — Fo restry 
Bill G. Leathers 

Centralia — Agricultural 
Industries 
Max W. Lewis 

Newman — Plant Industries 



Richard Wayne Liefer 

Evansville — Animal Industries 
Edwin Jay Longfellow * 

Chrisman — Agricultural 
Industries 
Forrest Lorenz 

Bunker Hill — Forestry 



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Michael Ernest Malnar 

Batavia — Forestry 
Michael Henry Marks 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Industries 
Glenn Ray Marlow 

Herrin — Forestry 

Anthony Bernard Marten 
Raymond — Agricultu ral 
Education 
Glen Allan Martin 

Champaign — Forestry 
Stephen Ray Martin 

Enfield — Agricultural Education 
Robert R. MaschhofT 
Nashville — Agricultural 
Education 
Lyle Mathews 

Prairie du Rocher — Animal 
Industries 
James Allan McDonald 

Shelby ville — Animal Industries 
Tommy Leon Melvin 
West Frankfort— Plant 
Industries 
Dwight Edward Menely 

Rushville — Forestry 
E. Ronald Miller 

Lansing — Forestry 
Gordon L. Miller 

Browning — Agricultural 
Industries 
Harold N. Miller 

Pleasant Plains — Agricultural 
Industries 
Harry Edward Miller 

Hillsboro — General Agriculture 
Larry Wayne Miller 

Witt — Agricultural Education 
Ronald Kent Miller 
Fairfield — Agricultural 
Education 
Glen Emory Mills 

St. Elmo — Agricultural 
Education 
Walter Lee Montgomery 
Carbondale — General 
Agriculture 
Ronald Warren Monts 

Kenney — Agricultural Education 



Jerald R. Moore 

Vandalia — General Agriculture 
Phillip Michael Mullen 

Farmer City — Forestry 
Arlyn L. Musselman 

Pekin — Animal Industries 
David P. Neff 

New Athens — Forestry 
Bruce Otto Nelson 

Hinsdale — Forestry 

James Lee Nicholas 

Hinsdale — Plant Industries 
John Richard Nicholson 

Dongola — General Agriculture 
Joseph T. Papenleur 

Carbondale — Forestry 
Gary W. Pierce 

Bonnie — Agricultural Industries 
George C. Poe 

Pinckney ville — Forestry 
James Russell Pogue 

Decatur — Animal Industries 
James H. Probst 

Sigel — Plant Industries 
Larry Melvin Prough 

Greenfield — Agricultural 
Industries 
Harold L. Puckett 

Mill Shoals — Agricultural 
Education 
Timothy Lindon Rhine 

Carterville — Animal Industries 
Harold T. Richardson 

Loogootee — Animal Industries 
James K. Sands 

Streamwood — Agricultural 
Industries 
George Edward Sauer 

Murphysboro — Animal 
Industries 
Gary L. Schmidgall 

Tremont — Forestry 
Kelly Frank Schmitt 

Ingraham — Agricultural 
Industries 
Richard Everett Serdel 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Education 
Gary Brent Shellhause 

Milledgeville — Animal Industries 



Richard Louis Shilling 

Homewood — Plant Industries 
Jerry L. Smith 

Carbondale — Animal Industries 
Robert Edwin Smith 

Mt. Carmel — Agricultural 
Industries 

Ronald Lee Smith 

Mt. Vernon — Plant Industries 
Richard R. Smykal 

Berwyn — Forestry 
Delbert E. Soltwedel 

Shumway — Agricultural 
Industries 
Bruce Ronald Stikkers 

Elgin — Agricultural Industries 
David Marvin Stock 

Troy — General Agriculture 
Harold Alan Sutton 

Norris City — Agricultural 
Industries 
Philip Richard Sutula 

Carbondale — Forestry 
James Arthur Thompson 

Morris — Forestry 
John Richard Toliver 

Robinson — Forestry 
Revis Eugene Turner 

Clinton — Agricultural Education 
Timothy Ralph Vancil 

Metropolis — Agricultural 
Industries 
Marvin Lee Walker 

Benton — Agricultural Industries 
Michael Thomas Weber 

Tuscola — Agricultural Industries 
Richard Edward Weiss 

Greenville — Agricultu ral 
Industries 

Robert Carl Wendling 
Carbondale — Forestry 

Larry D. Wesley 

Raleigh — Agricultural 
Education 
Kent Wilson 

Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey 
Plant Industries 
Gary Lee Wood 

Louisville — General Agriculture 
James John Zacek 

Chicago — Animal Industries 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

Robert S. Hancock, Dean 
Charles Rosenbarger, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Robert Bruce Laird 

Homewood — Marke ting 

Barbara Kay Lansford 
Springfield — Marketing 



James Carl Larsen 
Oak Park — Marketing 

Samuel Fulton Larson 
Galesburg — Finance 



Richard Walter Laskowski 

Summit — Finance 
Roger Alan Laux 

Carlyle — Accounting 



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Charles Donald LeBrun 
Deerfield — Manage merit 

Kee Hyoung Lee 

Carbondale — Economics 

Herman Angelo LeFevre 
Evanston — Management 

Troy R. Leffler 

Jacksonville — Management 

Dennis Nelson Lemkau 
Silvis — Accounting 

Bruce Alan Levine 
Chicago — Marketing 

Edward A. Lewis 

Bellwood — Marketing 

Jack Thomas Link 
Cheste r — A ccounting 

Warren D. Littrell 
Sandoval — Marketing 

Michael Mark Lockett 
Chicago — Finance 

Joseph Lopez, Jr. 

Belleville — Managemen t 

Dennis Alan Lorenzen 

Iuka — Accounting 
Robert Lottman 

Canton — Marketing 
Danny A. Lovin 

Mt. Vernon — Accounting 
Merlyn Eugene Lower, Jr. 

Pana — Management 
Richard Erwin Ludwig II 

Diamond Point, New York — 
Finance 
Philip David Marco 

Homewood — Marketing 
Stephen Charles Marlow 

Herrin — Accounting 
David Gale Martin 

Mt. Vernon — Accounting 
Elonia Sharlene Martin 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Michael Forrest Mason 

Robinson — Finance 
Louis J. Matsko, Jr. 

Springfield — Management 
James K. Matsunaga 

Chicago — Marketing 
Carl F. Mauck 

McLeansboro — Management 
Larry L. McAtee 

Hamilton — Accounting 
Daniel Patrick McCarthy 

Chicago — Accounting 
William D. McCarty, Jr. 

Cambria — Management 
Paul K. McDevitt 

McLean, Virginia — Economics 
Jerry Lee McGinn 

Rock Falls — Marketing 
Arthur Neal McLin, Jr. 

Skokie — Accounting 
Edwin Lynn McMullen 

Monticello — Management 
Allen Menard 

Prairie du Rocher — Accounting 



Robert Vaughn Mendell 

Murphysboro — Management 

Alan LeRoy Miller 
Virden — Finance 

Gary Clifford Miller 

Aurora — Management 
Theodore C. Miner, Jr. 

East Alton — Management 

James S. Mittel 

Chicago — Economics 
Fredric Michael Moloznik 

Palatine — Marketing 

Perry H. Monaster 

Chicago — Management 

William A. Morgensen 

McNabb — Marketing 
James Taylor Mummert 

Astoria — Accounting 
Michael David Murphy 

Decatur — Finance 
Thomas J. Murray 

Peoria — Management 

Burleigh Albert Murry 

Sparta — Accounting 
Rick L. Myers 

Waterville, Iowa — Marketing 
Michael L. Nedwick 

Chicago — Managemen t 
James Robert Nelson 

Winfield — Marketing 
Gunnar Nerbo 

Park Ridge — Marketing 
Louis John Netemeyer 

Albers — Accounting 
Terry Jon Neubauer 

Edwardsville — Marketing 
Craig Charles Newman 

Chicago — Marketing 
Raymond Louis Neyrinck 

Waukegan — Management 
Robert Lawrence Niemann 

Litchfield — Marketing 
Ronald Marion Novak 

Radom — Accounting 
Danny J. Oldani 

Herrin — Marketing 
Michael Dee O'Neal 

Herrin — Marketing 
George M. Orin 

Shelbyville — Marketing 

Michael Lee O'Rourke 

Chicago Heights — Management 
Ronald Gene Ostrom 

Silvis — Accounting 
Harold R. Parrish, Jr. 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Edmond L. Pearson 

Jackson, Mississippi — Marketing 
Margel Stanley Peddicord * 

Wayne City — Accounting 
William Worden Perkins 

Carbondale — Management 
Gerald F. Perozzi 

Chicago Heights — Marketing 
Leslie Edwin Peterson, Jr. 

Rive rdale — A ccounting 



Sebastiano Picciuca 
Chicago — Accounting 

David Warren Potter 
Oak Lawn — Marketing 

Lewis L. Powers 

Fieldon — Marketing 

Ralph W. Prevo III 

Marshall — Marketing 
Alan Carter Purvis 

Arlington Heights — Management 
Edward John Quirsfeld, Jr. 

Arlington Heights — Marketing 
Paul Everett Ransom 

Pittsfield — Finance 

Richard F. Rash 

Evergreen Park — Management 

Barbara Ann Rauch 

Du Quoin — Secretarial Studies 
Edwin O'Miles Ray III 

Arlington Heights — Management 
Richard Joseph Ray 

Maywood — Marketing 
James Ray Rehmer 

Waterloo — Marketing 
Richard F. Reidel, Jr. 

Lockport — Marketing 
Peter Jay Richman 

Miami Beach, Florida — 
Marketing 
Ronald William Riddehough 

Mundelein — Management 
Robert Russell Rieman 

Jacksonville — Management 

Lawrence Hugh Riley 

Palos Park — Marketing 
Robert Earl Rindt 

Round Lake — Accounting 
William Thomas Robinson III 

Jonesboro — Management 
Gayle Kathleen Rohner 

Bellwood — Accounting 
Frank A. Rosenbaum 

Chicago — Management 

David L. Rost 

Wayne City — Management 

Larry R. Roush 

Freeport — Management 
Joseph B. Rumler 

Port Byron — Management 
Ronald William Runkel 

Decatur — Finance 
Joseph Aaron Sadowsky 

Creve Coeur, Missouri — 
Management 

Sam E. Salm 

St. Ann — Marketing 
Michael Swen Sandberg 

Lyons — Accounting 
Jerry Wayne Sanders 

Carbondale — Management 

Lloyd H. Sanderson 

Keenes — Marketing 
Steven Joseph Sarossy 

Waukegan — Management 
Edward Ivan Schadel 

Syracuse, New York — Finance 



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Robert L. Schiffbauer 
Ottawa — Marketing 

Leopold Allen Schmidt 
Bellwood — Management 

Conrad Carl Sehmitt 
Chicago — Management 

Ronald R. Schmitz * 

Lenzburg — Accounting 
Daniel Raymond Schofield 

Bridgeport — Marketing 
Dennis Keith Schrock 

Pekin — Managemen t 
John Jacob Sehnert 

Barrington — Management 
Donald Harris Shaffer 

Florissant, Missouri — Marketing 
H. Parker Sharpe 

Barrington — Marketing 
J. Michael Shauger 

Springfield — Marketing 
Kenneth Wayne Shaw 

Elkville — Management 
Herbert Sidney Shear 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — 
Marketing 
Herman F. Shields, Jr. 

Medora — Management 
Larry Ray Silkwood 

Kincaid — Accounting 
Scott Silvers 

Chicago — Accounting 
Charles K. Smilgys 

Chicago — Accounting 
David A. Smith 

Addison — Marketing 
David Michael Smith 

Danville — Finance 
Ronald Joseph Smith 

Chicago — Finance 
Ronald Eugene Stablein 

Rock Island — Accounting 
James Lawrence Stack 

Chicago — Marketing 
Jerry W. Stein 

Skokie — Marketing 
Ronald Lee Stemphoski 

Binghamton, New York — 
Management 
Lawrence Harold Stengel 

Lansing — Marketing 
Casey Stiklius 

Cicero — Management 
William Matthew Stripling 

Chicago — Economics 



Gary Ray Sutton 

Eldorado — Accounting 

Stephen Cloyd Sutton 

Carbondale — Management 

Allen Burton Suvetor 

Chicago — Marketing 
Glenn Walter Swanson, Jr. 

Harvey — Finance 

James Thomas Tasso 

Crystal Lake — Management 
Daniel Breem Teich 

St. Louis, Missouri — Marketing 
Henry Douglas Thompson, Jr. 

Elk Grove — Management 

William K. Threlkeld 
Salem — Finance 

David R. Tomlinson 

Chicago — Marketing 
Sue E. Tonga te 

Palmyra — Finance 
Dale D. Turvey 

Pawnee — Management 

Dennis Richard Unger 

Staunton — Marketing 
David Ray Upchurch 

Carbondale — Accounting 
John S. Urban 

Chicago — Management 
Richard J. Valentas 

Chicago — Marketing 
Gerrald L. VanDenBerge 

Mundelein — Management 
Michael Dennis Vander Meer 

Chicago — Marketing 
Robert Perry Vandeveer 

Marion — Management 
Robert L. Van Zandt 

Danville — Marketing 
Robert James Vernon 

Oak Park — Accounting 
Gregory Lee Vieira 

Springfield — Management 
Wayne Robert Vollmar 

Chicago — Economics 
James Leander Vourvoulias 

Park Ridge — Accounting 
Jon James Vrabel 

Chicago — Marketing 
Daniel Thomas Wachtel 

Villa Park — Marketing 
Ronald Jay Wagner 

Chicago — Management 
Ruth Ann Wagner 

Chicago Heights — Marketing 



Joseph K. Wai 

Hong Kong — Accounting 
James P. Ward 

Lansing — Marketing 
David Wargo 

Streator — Marketing 
John D. Weaver 

Rosamond — Accounting 

Allen Martin Weintraub 

Chicago — Marketing 
Norman M. Weitzman 

Chicago — Managemen t 

James William Wente 
Carbondale — Accounting 

Roger L. West 

Shelby ville — Marketing 
Joseph H. Wierschem 

Carbondale — Marketing 
William L. Wildman 

Danville — Marketing 
Jackie Lee Williams 

Carmi — Management 
Larry Wayne Willis 

Jonesboro — Management 
Jimmie Dean Wilson 

Macon — Management 

John R. Wissmann 

Downers Grove — Marketing 

David F. Wolfrum 

Orland Park — Marketing 
Donald J. Wolgast, Jr. 

Naperville — Marketing 
Joseph Yee Hing Wong 

Hong Kong — Accounting 
Ling Wah Wong 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Economics 

Sing Wong 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Accounting 
John Irwin Wrzesinski 

Chicago — Management 
Michael Stuart Yamnitz 

Owensville, Missouri — 
Management 
Richard S. Young 

Carbondale — Management 
Jack Edward Yueill 

Oak Park — Management 
Rick David Zajicek 

North Riverside — Accounting 
John M. Zalewski 

Chicago — Accounting 
Stephen Anthony Zibby 

Centralia — Marke ting 



SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS 

C. Horton Talley, Dean 
Cameron Garbutt, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Leslie Thomas Lannom 

Johnston City — Radio- Television 



Barbara Jane Leebens 
Carbondale — Journalism 



Jeffrey Michael Lerner 
Lincolnwood — Speech 



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Steven Robert Lindstrand 

Rockford — Radio-Television 
Janice Wally Lougeay 

Belleville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Judy Thorne Lyon 

Urbana — Speech 
James Melvin Mack 

Rosemont — Journalism 
Vernon Howard Magee 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Michael Devon Mahoney 

Joliet — Photography 
J. Steven Main 

Champaign — Radio-Television 
Dennis Copeland Malone 

Addison — Radio- Television 
Michael Charles Mancini 

Chicago Heights — Speech 
Mary Lou Earnheart Manning 

Springfield — Journalism 
Willard Allen Manning, Jr. 

Springfield — Journalism 

David Scott Margulies 

Floral Park, New York — 
Radio -Tele vision 
Patrick C. McKeon 

Oak Lawn — Journalism 
Stewart Allen Metzger 

Skokie — Journalism 
Donald Allen Meyer 

Arlington Heights — Journalism 
Stephen F. Mikita III 

Trenton, New Jersey — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Robert William Mills 

Mundelein — Journalism 
Ronnie Kester Mitchell 

Hollis, New York — Radio- 
Television 
Donald D. Mock 

Carbondale — Ph o tography 
Harris Jenckes Mowry III 

Champaign — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Donald W. Mueller 

Mascoutah — Journalism 
Michael G. Musgrave 

Litchfield — Speech 
Thomas Francis Neville 

Lexington, Kentucky — 
Journalism 
Jeffrey Allen Newmark 

Lincolnwood — Radio-Television 
Marilyn Lea Nix 

Ingleside — Speech 
Mary Ellen Nudd 

Orland Park — Journalism 
Philip S. Olsman 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Rose Ann Pearce 

Carmi — Journalism 
Nancy Jane Pearl 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Robert James Pelc 

Anna — Theater 



James Leighton Proffitt 
Glenview — Journalism 

Douglas Kent Ray 

Effingham — Journalism 

Russell L. Rayburn 

Mt. Vernon — Radio-Television 

Barbara Carol Razowsky 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 

Inez Rencher 

East St. Louis — Journalism 
Donata D. Renf'row * 

St. Elmo — Speech 
Phillip Ray Reynolds 

Marion — Journalism 
Roberta Kay Rodin 

Champaign— Theater 
Steven M. Ross 

Chicago — Speech 
William Benjamin Rosskam III 

Highland Park — Speech 
John Andrew Rotter 

Edwardsville — Journalism 

Doris Jean Rottschalk 

DuQuoin — Speech 
Charles Vincent Rydlewski 

Cicero — Photography 
Shel Sandman 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
John J. Schleffendorf 

Waukegan — Photography 
Stephen W. Schmidt 

Columbia — Radio-Television 
Nancy M. Schoenbeck 

Chicago — Journalism 
Frances Anne Schrader 

Forest Park — Speech 
Jeffrey David Schultz 

Chicago — Journalism 
Thomas R. Schuneman 

Sterling — Radio- Television 
Michael Lawrence Schwebel 

Pinckneyville — Journalism 
Howard M. Siegel 

Chicago — Journalism 
John Gregory Silvest 

Peoria — Jou rnalism 
Robert Allan Simons 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Margaret Mary Simpson 

Chicago — Journalism 
Raymond Harold Simpson, Jr. 

Champaign — Journalism 
John Eastman Sims 

Belleville — Speech 
Robert Eugene Sims 

Alton — Photography 
Gloria Jean Sinclair 

Mt. Vernon — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Wayne Allan Smallwood 

Decatur — Printing Management 
James Michael Smith 

Carterville — Radio-Television 
Richard Lawrence Smith 

DeKalb — Photography 



Jaye B. Snell 

Libertyville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 

Patricia A. Spears 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Jerry D. Springer 

Pleasant Hill — Photography 
MaryAnn Srogus 

Belleville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Suzanne M. Stashwick 

Springfield — Speech 

Jesse William Stern 

Flushing, New York — 
Photography 
John L. Stock 

Effingham — Radio-Television 
Richard G. Styles 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Loyd Curtiss Sumner 

Carbondale — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Raymond Eugene Tackett 

Carbondale — Speech 
Stephen A. Talley 

Carbondale — Radio-Television 
Dale Elliott Taylor 

Jennings, Missouri — 
Photography 
Steven Thomas Taylor 

Galesburg — Radio-Television 
David Scott Tracy 

Park Forest — Journalism 
Bill J. Turnage 

Chester — Radio-Television 
Ann Rita Udziela 

Chicago — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Daniel Thomas Van Atta 

Elmwood Park — Journalism 
Michael D. Vollan 

Carbondale — Photography 
Joan Marie Walker 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Joseph Thomas Walsh 

Joliet — Pho tography 
Larry B. Waters 

Arthur — Radio-Television 
Thomas Michael Webb 

Edwardsville — Radio-Television 
Janice Virginia Wesley 

Chicago — Journalism 
Jerry L. Wheeler 

Kenosha — Theater 
Mark Larkin Wiener 

Nashville, Tennessee — 
Photography 
William Frederick Wildhage 

Northbrook — Photography 
William Michael Wildrick 

Carbondale — Theater 
Robert L. Williams 

Evansville, Indiana — Journalism 
Garry Willis 

Skokie — Radio-Television 



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Barbara Louise Wilson 

Steger — Journalism 
Robert Allen Wilson 

Herrin — Journalism 
Karen Sue Winn 

Murpbysboro — Journalism 
Harold Frederick Woldt, Jr. 

Joliet — Journalism 



James Richard Wood 
Gilman — Journalism 

Lynn Victoria Wyman 
Collinsville — Journalism 

Thomas Paton Young 
A u ro ra — Jo urnal is m 



Don Joel Zeikel 

Evanston — Radio-Television 
Nancy Beth Zelmar 

Chicago — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 

Harold Gilbert Zenner 
Aurora — Journalism 



SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 

Phillip H. Olsson, Asst. Dean 
Robert House, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Lionel Francis Laney 

Carbondale — Design 
Gretchen Little 

Carte rville — Art 
Robert Dale Little, Jr. 

Rantoul — Design 
Judy Lynn Magee 

Galesburg — Art 
Len Wayne Meents 

Urbana — Art 
James Ray Merideth 

Rantoul — Art 
Geraldine M. Newman 

Chicago — Design 
Jaclyn Joan Horowitz Newman 

Carte rville — Art 



Jane Marie Nimmo 

Anna — Art 
Suzanne Oliver 

Cambria — Art 
John C. Olvera 

Mascoutah — Design 

Mary Lynn O'Shea 

Carbondale — Art 
Harry A. Pierjok 

Nashville — Design 
Thomas R. Piotrowski 

Chicago — Design 
Jerry E. Pyper 

Newton — Art 
William H. Reynolds 

Park Forest — Design 



James Allen Robinson 

Gulfport, Mississippi — Art 

Roger D. Shelly 

Freeport — Design 
Raymond A. Spoerl 

Chicago — Design 
Christine Linda Svec 

Carbondale — Design 
James Bronislaus Szelag 

Chicago — Art 

Daniel H. Teitelbaum 
Skokie — Design 

Carol Lynn Travis 

River Forest — Art 
Edward Cyprian Werth 

Merrick, New York — Design 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



William Robert MacElroy, Jr. 

Belleville — Music 
James Edward McNary 

Marion — Music 
Jean Anne McRoy 

Carbondale — Music 
Jack Eugene Montgomery 

Cottage Hills — Music 



Nancy Nussbaum 

Cape Girardeau, Missouri- 
Music 
Inez Joy Peickert 

Berwyn — Music 
Reatta Ann Samford 

Ma rion — Mus ic 
Linda Ann Sparks 

West Frankfort — Music 



Kerry Gene Stiman 

Carbondale — Music 
Ann Elizabeth Tarvin * 

Brazil, Indiana — Music 
Michael Allan Thomas 

Kankakee — Music 
Jean Marjorie Wharton * * * 

Carbondale — Music 



SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Eileen E. Quigley, Dean 
Phyllis Bubnas, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Sandra Cripe Leidner 

Carbondale — Home Economics 



Jane Michelle Lipnicke 

Waukegan — Home Economics 



Karen Glee Little 

Springfield — Home Economics 



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Lue Ellen Moore Magee 

Maywood — Home Economics 
Phyllis Ann Maschhoff 

Nashville — Home Economics 
Susan Kay Mason 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Patricia Ann McCoy 

Little Rock, Arkansas — Home 
Economics 
Lois Lee McGhee 

Rockford — Home Economics 
Mary Kathryn McGinnis 

Divernon — Home Economics 
Judith Lynn Mecca 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Wallace Lynn Meeker 

Robinson — Home Economics 
Lucy A. Meier 

Breese — Home Economics 
Laura Suzanne Melvin 

Murphysboro — Home Economics 
Pamela Raye Mulholland Meyer * 

Tilden — Home Economics 
Dana Greeley Moller 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Jacqueline Marie Nemec 

Cicero — Home Economics 
Judith A. Patterson 

Altamont — Home Economics 
Joyce Eileen Pearson 

Palatine — Home Economics 
Linda Lou Thompson Phelps 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Jill Ward Purvis 

Hull — Home Economics 
Linda Sue Remias 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Douglas W. Renfrow 

St. Elmo — Home Economics 



Lois Anne Reynolds 

Harrisburg — Home Economics 
Denese Jean Rodgers 

Decatur — Home Economics 
Roberta Jean Rollins ** 

East St. Louis — Home 
Economics 
Marsha Sue Root 

Centralia — Home Economics 
Jane Cecelia Sanders 

Hazelcrest — Home Economics 
Phyllis Jean Sarver 

Durand — Home Economics 
Nancy Kathryn Scalise 

Wood River — Home Economics 
Carol Frances Schmidt 

Glenview — Home Economics 
Jacalyn Ann Shervey 

Prospect Heights — Home 
Economics 
Joyce Lynn Smith 

Springfield — Home Economics 
Margaret Louise Sneddon 

Marion — Home Economics 
Hettye Marwil Spindel 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Diana Lynn Storm 

Beecher City — Home Economics 
Kathryn Ann Taylor 

Benton — Home Economics 
Linda Jean Todd Teclaw 

Fort Madison, Iowa — Home 
Economics 
Ruth A. Thomas 

Patoka — Home Economics 
Helen Ruth Thompson 

Alton — Home Economics 



Patricia Louise Thunherst 

Crete — Home Economics 
Diana Kay Tison 

Eldorado — Home Economics 
Beverly Ann Toler 

Jonesboro — Home Economics 
Jerry Alan Ulrich 

Rankin — Home Economics 
Johnsie Maria Walker 

Urbana — Home Economics 
Shirley Ann Wall ** 

Johnston City — Home 
Economics 
Gerald Lee Walters 

Saybrook — Home Economics 
Donna Anne Warns * 

Onarga — Home Economics 
Audrey M. Wattler 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Linda Sue Watts 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Michelle Lynn Wenzel 

Benld — Home Economics 
Shirley J. Wicevich 

St. David — Home Economics 
Tammy L. Williamson 

Murphysboro — Home Economics 
Elaine Kaye Wilson 

Mt. Vernon — Home Economics 
Martha Ann Wiyatt 

Newton — Home Economics 
Rita Jo Wolf 

Joliet — Home Economics 
Karen Sue Wolfe 

Flora — Home Economics 
Barbara E. Yueill 

Oak Park — Home Economics 



SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 

Marvin E. Johnson, Acting Dean 
Ronald W, Stadt, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Phillip Eugene Lathrop 

Lawrenceville — Engineering 

Rick J. B. Legereit 

Metropolis — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Harry Lewis III 

Herrin — Engineering 
Gregory Alan Liebovich 

Rockford — Industrial 
Technology 
Harold Earl Linn, Jr. 

Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
Lester Alvin Lundeen, Jr. 

La Grange — Engineering 



James C. Macchia 

La Grange — Engineering 
Jeffrey John Magill 

Springfield — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Billy Gene Matheny 

Edwardsville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Dennis E. McClain 

Shelbyville — Engineering 
Technology 
Rex Basil McCoy 

Sumner — Industrial Technology 
Howard F. Michelsen 

Alton — Technical and Industrial 
Education 



James Edward Miller 
Chicago — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Gary Lee Minder 

Lincoln — Industrial Technology 

Richard A. Montgomery 
Robinson — Engineering 

Richard Spencer Morris 
Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 
William Eugene Mueller 

Marissa — Industrial Technology 
Kent Lee Muskopf 

Millstadt — Engineering 
Technology 



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Masahiro Joe Nagasawa 

Skokie — Engineering Technology 

Ashvin D. Naik 

Lusaka, Zambia — Industrial 
Technology 
James William Nardi 
Palatine — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Robert Edward Neudeeker 
Highland — Industrial 
Technology 
Thomas Edward Newlin 

Elizabethtown — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Jerry Louis Novak 

Zeigler — Engineering 
Nicholas R. Olenec 
Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
Jorge Antonio Oneto 

St. Louis, Missouri — Engineering 
Bruce Brian Palagi 

Dolton — Engineering 
James Lee Pardee 

Mt. Vernon — Engineering 
Robert Raymond Parker 
Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
Richard T. Parrish 

Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 
Gerald Eugene Pearson 
Rockford — Engineering 
Technology 
Kenneth L. Poos 

Edwardsville — Engineering 
Technology 
Farhad Rahimi 

Niles — Engineering 
Charles Edward Rainwater 
Du Quoin — Engineering 
Technology 

Robert Ransford 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 
Harry Graham Reid 

Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 



John Walter Retoff 

Streator — Engineering 
William Frederick Richard 
Ottawa — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Gerald Rider 

Wood River — Industrial 
Technology 
Edward Scott Ripmaster 
Grand Rapids, Michigan — 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Gary I. Robin 

Chicago — Engineering 
Carl Roll, Jr. 

Peoria — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Ronald R. Ross 

Olympia Fields — Engineering 
Jimmy L. Roth 

Decatur — Industrial Technology 
Duane Schroeder 

Makanda — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Fred Edwin Schubert, Jr. 
Urbana — Engineering 
Technology 

Cyrus Shokouh 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 
Bruce Gregory Smith 

West Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
Daniel Brian Smith 

Elgin — Engineering Technology 
Charles B. Smithson 

Bloomington — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Samuel Thomas Stancik 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 
John R. Sterner 

Morton Grove — Engineering 
Ted Raymond Strand, Jr. 
Carterville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



John Florian Sulikowski 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 

Andrew C. Tebelak 
Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
Ronald Albert Tenczar 
Adams, Massachusetts — 
Engineering Technology 

Craig N. Thiele 

Wheaton — Engineering 
Technology 
Richard Eugene Thurman 

Pekin — Industrial Technology 
Philip Ward Tregoning 

Carterville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Robert Vos 

Crete — Industrial Technology 
Travis C. Wake 

Crossville — Industrial 
Technology 

Ralph Arthur Warren 
Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
John Steven Washburn 

Harrisburg — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Ronald Allen Watson 

East Peoria — Engineering 
Technology 
Gerald I. Wenda 

Round Lake — Engineering 
Technology 
Lloyd Koontz Wisleder 
Rochester — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Todd Geoffrey Wuellner 

Alton — Industrial Technology 
Vikram Yadava 

Casey ville — Engineering 
Technology 
Dale Charles Yaeger 
Mascoutah — Industrial 
Technology 
Robert D. Young 

Herod — Engineering Technology 



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Candidates for the Associate Degree 



DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 

Marvin P. Hill, Asst. Dean 
Harry Soderstrom, Marshal 

ASSOCIATE IN ART 



Jerry L. Laur 

Mt. Vernon — Commercial Art 
Barbara Mae Lowry 

Aurora — Dental Hygiene 
Camille M. Malpocker 

Granite City — Dental Hygiene 
James Wayne MeClure 

Winchester — Commercial Art 
Kathleen McNamara 

Park Ridge — Dental Hygiene 
Donald D. Millikin 

Carmi — Commercial Art 
Carol Jean Molinaro 

Downers Grove — Dental 
Hygiene 
Gail Ann Mooney 

Gibson City — Dental Hygiene 
Madeline Mary Orth 

Palos Park — Dental Hygiene 



John Lynn Pautler 

Chester — Commercial Art 
Diane Lynn Quast 

Lake Bluff — Dental Hygiene 
Mary Frances Ray 

Waggoner — Commercial Art 
Joy Reichman 

Arthur — Commercial Art 
Robbie R. Robbins 

Rushville — Commercial Art 
Anita Lee Rodriguez 

Belleville — Dental Hygiene 
Paul D. Ryba 

Barrington — Commercial Art 
Dolores Ann Sandhaas 

Springfield — Dental Hygiene 
Charles E. Scott 

Carterville — Commercial Art 



Janis Elaine Simpson 

Salem — Dental Hygiene 
Sharon Adele Singleton 

Rossville — Dental Hygiene 
Alice Marie Stone 

Anna — Dental Hygiene 
Beverly Ann Thomas 

Miller City — Dental Hygiene 
William T. Waldron 

Carbondale — Commercial Art 
James Henry Wenzel 

Warsaw — Commercial Art 
Patricia Lee Whalen 

Metropolis — Dental Hygiene 
Terry Lee Witbracht 

East Peoria — Commercial Art 
Susan Louise Zeman 

Peoria — Dental Hygiene 



ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



Sheila Mae Lentz 

Sparta — Executive Secretarial 

Donald Keith Lotz 

Shobonier — Accounting 

Linda Diane Mapel 

Bloomington — Executive 
Secretarial 
Joan L. Marshall 

Springfield, Ohio — Legal 
Secretarial 
Patricia G. Matsko 

Streator — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Gregory C. Maus 

Chestnut — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Judith Ann Melliere 

Prairie du Roche r — Legal 
Secretarial 
Kathryn Irene Meyer 
Gibson City — Executive 
Secretarial 
Judy Kay Miller * 

Williamsville — Medical 
Secretarial 



Sharon Kay Mixer 

Lincoln — Executive Secretarial 
Cecelia Marie Mowder 

Bettendorf, Iowa — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Melanie Anne Moy 

Chicago — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Nancy Jean Nichols 

Peoria Heights — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Janet Marie Ogilvie 

Waukegan — Executive 
Secretarial 
Linda L. Oswald 

Glenview — Legal Secretarial 
Val Dean Pritchett 

Ewing — Cooperative Retailing 
Leonard M. Rathert 

Campbell Hill — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Marjann Ronnow 

Pontiac — Cooperative Retailing 
Audree Joan Ruhl ** 

Skokie — Legal Secretarial 



Jeanne Marie Schmitt 

Waterloo — Legal Secretarial 

Joyce F. Schuman 

Lincolnwood — Legal Secretarial 

Carole A. Selan 

Mt. Prospect — Legal Secretarial 

John Richard Sill 

Niles — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Robert John Stabrawa 

Chicago — Cooperative Retailing 

Shirley Mae Swansen * 

Bensenville — Legal Secretarial 

Gary Ray Thies 

Tilden — Cooperative Retailing 

Donald E. Tracy ** 

Chicago — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Kathryn Jean Uchtman 

Steeleville — Medical Secretarial 
Chery Lynn Vericker 

Chicago — Medical Secretarial 
Carol Ann Wargo 

Streator — Accounting 



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Marlyn Kay Webster 

Girard — Cooperative Retailing 
Susan Patricia Weimer 

West Chicago — Medical 
Secretarial 



Juanita Marie Wiggers 

Lincoln — Executive Secretarial 
Michael G. Wright 

Sparta — Cooperative Retailing 



Maria Marie Yancey 

Paxton — Accounting 
Joan Kathryn Yunker 

Mokena — Executive Secretarial 



ASSOCIATE IN TECHNOLOGY 



Allan Ray Larrison 

Marion — Automotive Technology 

Jack A. Larsen 

Bensenville — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Thomas Louis Lehman 

Brookfield — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 

Larry Edgbert Lemmon 
Goreville — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Terry Q. Lewis 

Grantsburg — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 
James Robert Long 

Anna — Electronics Technology 
Jerry Lee Love 

Carte rville — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
James E. Mahan 

De Soto — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Gary Joe Marmon 

Neponset — Electron ics 
Technology 
John F. Massa 

Elgin — Automotive Technology 
Walter H. McBride III 

Elgin — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
Rex Basil McCoy 

Sumner — Electronics Technology 
Chris Frank McGauley 
Urbana — Automotive 
Technology 
Michael John Menapace 

New Phila, Ohio — Electronic 
Data Processing 
Simmie Lee Meredith 

Decatur — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
David Warren Mills 

Effingham — Mortuary Science 
Jimmy Ray Moore 

Carte rville — Electron ics 
Technology 
John Melchior Morris 
Glen Ellyn — Aviation 
Technology 
Edward George Morrow 
Chicago — Automotive 
Technology 
Steven J. Morthole 

Jacksonville — Architectural 
Technology 
Ali A. Mozafarian 

Tehran, Iran — Architectural 
Technology 



Michael Jay Newberry 
Monmouth — Automotive 
Technology 

Roy Nornan Nicholson 
Toulon — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 

Gregg M. Noland 

Macon — Automotive Technology 

William Gene O'Neal 

Gibson City — Architectural 
Technology 

Thirachai Ongmahutmongkol 
Thonburi, Thailand— 
Automotive Technology 

Robert Gene Palagi 
Dolton — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 

Robert Duane Palmer 

Manito — Automotive Technology 

Edward Thomas Paulich 
Staunton — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 
Allan Randle Penny 

Sparta — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Richard John Popdan 

Oswego — Automotive Technology 
Dinah L. Rabe * * * 

Steger — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Robert Clyde Rewoldt 
Dundee — Automotive 
Technology 
Larry A. Saathoff 

Oregon — Automotive Technology 
Raymond Louis Schaefer 

Antioch — Aviation Technology 

Richard F. Schmidt III 

Effingham — Aviation Technology 
Connie May Schneider 

Lombard — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Paul D. Schroeder 

Dow — Mortuary Science 
Karl Howard Schulz 

Downers Grove — Printing 
Technology 
James Schwartzkopf, Jr. 
Nashville — Automotive 
Technology 
James Edward Schwellensattl 
Belleville — Electronics 
Technology 

Paul R. Scolari 
Herrin — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 



Tim Seats 

Sandoval — Architectural 
Technology 
Lyle Gene Selk 

Watseka — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Franklin Hugh Simpson 
Champaign — Electronics 
Technology 
George Skirm 

Aurora — Electronics Technology 
George R. Smith 

Carterville — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Richard Thomas Smith 
West Chicago — Machine 
Drafting and Design 
Technology 
Clifford William Spencer 

Hinsdale — Machine Drafting & 
Design Technology 
Billy J. Statler 

Rector, Arkansas — Tool and 
Manufacturing Technology 
Arnold R. Stenvog, Jr. 

Elmhurst — Printing Technology 
Glenn Steward 

Chicago — Printing Technology 
Duane Lewis Stewart 

Jacksonville — Architectural 
Technology 
R. J. Stolz 

De Soto — Electronics 
Technology 
Linda Kay Stover 

Centralia — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Charles Paul Streich 
Chicago — Automotive 
Technology 
Stanley E. Stripe 

Galesburg — Automotive 
Technology 
Gary Duane Stull 

Addison — Forest Products 
Technology 
Brian W. Tapscott 

Jacksonville — Electronics 
Technology 
David Kent Taylor 

Du Quoin — Electronics 
Technology 
Diann Lee Taylor 

Blandinsville — Architectural 
Technology 
Charles D. Terry 

Goreville — Electronic Data 
Processing 



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Chris Thomas Thies 

Elgin — Automotive Technology 
Thomas Edward Thompson 
South Holland — Printing 
Technology 
Robert R. Tittle 

Granite City — Architectural 
Technology 
Danny L. Trout 

Carterville — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
J. Michael Trumbold 

Carbondale — Mortuary Science 
Darrell Owen Turner 
Marion — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 
Jeffrey Owen Tusing 
South Bend, Indiana — 
Architectural Technology 
Charles Allan Vanerka 

La Grange Park — Aviation 
Technology 
Timothy C. VanRoekel 
Marion — Architectural 
Technology 



Ronald Lee Van Scoyoc 

Des Plaines — Mortuary Science 

Danny Lee Vaughn 

Herrin — Electronics Technology 
Monica Lee Virobik 

Centralia — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Rodney William Voss 

Highland — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Ronald L. Wallace 

Harvey — Automotive Technology 
Roy E. Washausen, Jr. 
Valmeyer — Automotive 
Technology 
Larry F. Wattelet 
Taylorville — Printing 
Technology 
Robert James Wells, Jr. 
Benton — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 

Sharon Kay Welton 

Mattoon — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 



Terry K. Wendling 

Murphysboro — Aviation 
Technology 
David Lee Wheelock * 

Wauconda — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Edgar L. Whitney 

Bensenville — Automotive 
Technology 
Dennis Gene Williams 

North Chicago — Automotive 
Technology 
Thomas James Wisniewski 
Mt. Prospect — Aviation 
Technology 
Robert Dale Zaboth 

McHenry — Automotive 
Technology 
John W. Zeidler 

Steeleville — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
John G. Zupancic 

Plainfield — Aviation Technology 
Norbert P. Zyk 

Roselle — Architectural 
Technology 



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Candidates for Appointment as Second Lieutenant 
in the United States Air Force 

Douglas L. Bearce 

Wayne E. Brinkmeyer 

George R. Carpenter 

Gary L. Clevenger 

William J. Cunningham, IV 

Garry R. Fancher 

William R. MacElroy, Jr. 

Allan D. Manteuffel 

David L. Powell 

Phillip R. Reynolds 

Ronald W. Runkel 

Charles M. Russell 

Thomas M. Webb 

Robert A. Wilson 

Harold G. Zenner 



Candidate for Appointment as Second Lieutenant 
United States Army Medical Specialist Corps 



JoAnn Juskowiak Hathaway 



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Marshals 

GRAND MARSHAL 

Wilbur C. McDaniel 

PLATFORM MARSHALS 
David E. Ellis * Thomas J. McClellan * 

CONVOCATIONS COMMITTEE 

Wilbur C. McDaniel, Chairman Wesley K. Morgan Robert McGrath 

Walter J. Wills I. P. Brackett Robert Odaniell 

Marvin P. Hill Jean Stehr Buren Robbins 

* Members of Arnold Air Society 



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Faculty Service Awards 



TWENTY-FIVE YEAR SERVICE AWARD 

Frances K. Phillips 
Health Education 

Jean Stehr 
Women's Physical Education 



THIRTY YEAR SERVICE AWARD 

Winifred Burns 
English 

Dorothy Davies 
Women's Physical Education 

Willis E. Malone 
Academic Affairs 

William M. Marberry 
Botany 

W. C. McDaniel 
Mathematics 

Madelyn S. Treece 
University School 



FORTY YEAR SERVICE AWARD 

Madeline M. Smith 
Foreign Languages 



FIFTY YEAR SERVICE AWARD 

Edward V. Miles, Jr. 
President's Office 



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Academic Attire 



All candidates for degrees and those who hold 
these degrees, including University officials and 
faculty and visiting dignitaries, are attired in tradi- 
tional cap and gown. Representatives of American 
universities met in 1895 and agreed upon a standard 
style of academic attire for the various degrees. 
This Intercollegiate Code, revised in 1932 and again 
in 1959, is followed today by all American colleges 
and universities except for a few schools which con- 
tinue to use the styles of England. 

CAPS 

Candidates for degrees wear the regulation black 
mortarboard cap with tassel appropriate to the 
school or division from which they are being grad- 
uated, with the exception of those who already hold 
doctor's degrees, who are privileged to wear gold 
tassels. 

The authorized list of tassels follows: 
Baccalaureate and Associate Degrees 

Education — Light Blue 

Liberal Arts — White 

Agriculture — Maize 

Business — Drab 

Communications — Blue 

Fine Arts — Brown 

Music — Pink 

Music Education — Light Blue 

Home Economics — Maroon 

Technology — Orange 

Nursing — Apricot 

VTI-Technology — Orange 

VTI-Business— Drab 

VTI-Art— White 
Master's Degrees 

All fields— Black 
Doctor of Philosophy — Gold 

GOWNS 

The bachelor's gown has a closed front and long, 
pointed, open sleeves. The master's gown has either 
an open or closed front with extremely long, closed 
sleeves, open at the wrist; the end of the oblong 
sleeve is square, with an arc of a circle cut away 
just above the bottom. The doctor's gown may be 
worn open or closed. It has voluminous bell-shaped 
sleeves on which appear three velvet bars (usually 
black, but sometimes in the color of the subject 
area) . 

HOODS 

The master's hood is three and one-half feet long 
with a three-inch-wide velvet edging of the ap- 
propriate color. 

The colors for those master's degrees granted by 
Southern Illinois University are: 

Master of Arts — White 

Master of Business Administration — Drab 

Master of Fine Arts — Brown 



Master of Music — Pink 

Master of Music Education — Pink 

Master of Science — Gold 

Master of Science in Education — Gold 

The lining is in color or colors of the institution 
granting the degree. 

The doctor's hood is easily recognized by a four- 
inch width of velvet edging, the wide panels at 
either side, the greater length, and the full exposure 
of the lining. The colors of the edging most fre- 
quently seen are blue for philosophy, light blue for 
education, green for medicine, purple for laws, 
yellow for science and white for arts and letters. 
The colors of the lining are those of the school 
from which the degree is granted. 

Below are listed a few schools and their colors 
from which faculty appearing in the academic 
procession have received degrees: 
University of Alabama — Crimson and White 
Arizona State University — Maroon and Gold 
University of Arizona — National Red and Blue 
University of Arkansas — Cardinal and White 
Auburn University — Burnt Orange, Royal Blue 
Boston University — Scarlet and White 
Bradley University — Red and White 
Brandeis University — Wedgewood Blue 
Bryn Mawr — Old Gold and White 
University of California — Gold and Yale Blue 
California Institute of Technology — Orange and 

White 
Carnegie Institute of Technology — Carnegie Tartan 
University of Chicago — Maroon 
University of Cincinnati — Red and Black 
Clark University — White and Emerald Green 
Colorado School of Mines — Light Navy and Silver 

Gray 
Colorado State College of Education — Old Gold 

and Purple 
Colorado State University — Pumpkin Yellow and 

Alfalfa Green 
University of Colorado — Gold and Silver Gray 
Columbia University — Light Blue and White 
University of Connecticut — National Flag Blue and 

White 
Cornell University — Carnelian and White 
University of Delaware — Blue and Golden Yellow 
University of Denver — Crimson and Gold 
Duke University — Yale Blue and White 
Emory University — Blue and Gold 
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy — Brown and 

Blue 
Florida State University — Garnet and Gold 
University of Florida — Orange and Blue 
George Peabody College for Teachers — Garnet and 

Turquoise 
George Washington University — Dark Blue and 

Buff 
Harvard University — Crimson 
University of Houston — Red and White 



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University of Illinois — Navy Blue and Orange 
Illinois Institute of Technology — Scarlet and Silver 

Gray 
Indiana University — Crimson and Cream 
University of Iowa — Old Gold 
Iowa State University of Science and Technology — 

Old Gold and Cardinal 
The John Hopkins University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Kansas — Blue and White 
Kansas State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Yellow Gold and Crimson 
University of Kentucky — Blue and White 
Lehigh University — Brown and White 
Louisiana State University and Agriculture and 

Mechanical College — Purple and Gold 
University of Kentucky, Louisville — Cardinal 
Loyola University (Chicago) — Maroon and Gold 
University of Maryland — Black and Old Gold 
University of Massachusetts — Maroon and White 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Cardinal 

and Silver Gray 
University of Miami — Orange, White, and Green 
University of Michigan — Maze and Azure Blue 
Michigan State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Green and White 
University of Minnesota — Old Gold and Maroon 
University of Missouri — Old Gold and Black 
Montana State University — Copper and Silver-Gold 
University of Nebraska — Scarlet and Cream 
University of New Mexico — Silver Gray and Cherry 

Red 
New York University — Violet 
North Carolina State University — Red and White 
University of North Carolina — Columbia Blue and 

White 
Northwestern University — Purple and Gold 
Notre Dame University — Old Gold and Royal Blue 
Ohio State University — Scarlet and Gray 
Oklahoma State University — Orange and Black 
University of Oklahoma — Crimson and Cream 
Oregon State University — Burnt Orange 
University of Oregon — Lemon and Emerald Green 
University of Pennsylvania — Red and Blue 
The Pennsylvania State University — Dark Blue and 

White 
University of Pittsburgh — Navy Blue and Gold 
Princeton University — Orange and Black 
Purdue University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Rochester — Dandelion Yellow 
Rutgers University — Scarlet 
Saint Louis University — White and Yale Blue 
University of South Dakota — Red 
University of Southern California — Gold and Cardi- 
nal 



Southern Illinois University — Maroon and White 

Stanford University — Cardinal 

Syracuse University — Orange 

Temple University — White and Cherry 

Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University — 

Maroon and White 
Texas Technical College — Scarlet and Black 
Texas Woman's University — Olive Green and Light 

Blue 
University of Utah — Red and White 
University of Virginia — Navy Blue and Orange 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute — Orange and Maroon 
Washington State University — Crimson and Silver 

Gray 
Washington University — Green and Red 
University of Washington — Purple and Gold 
Wayne State University — Forest Green and Old 

Gold 
West Virginia University — Old Gold and Navy Blue 
Western Reserve University — White and Scarlet 
University of Wisconsin — Cardinal 
University of Wyoming — Brown and Yellow 
Yale University — Yale Blue 

Universities outside the United States from which 
faculty members have received doctor's degrees: 

Allahabad University 

Budapest University 

Interamerican University, Mexico 

Ludvig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany 

National University of Mexico 

Oxford University 

Patna University 

Philips University of Marburg, Germany 

Stephen Tisza, Hungary 

University of Amsterdam 

University of Barcelona 

University of Bombay 

University of Delhi 

University of Free Ukraine, Munich, Germany 

University of Freiburg 

University of Glasgow 

University of Goettingen 

University of Havana 

University of Liverpool 

University of Madrid 

University of Munich 

University of Natal 

University of Nottingham 

University of Oslo 

University of Paris 

University of Vienna 



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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 

94th Annual Commencement, June 11, 1969 

Carbondale Campus 

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EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS 




OBJECTIVES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



TO EXALT BEAUTY 

In God, 

in nature, and 
in art; 
Teaching how to love the best 

but to keep the human touch; 

TO ADVANCE LEARNING 

In all lines of truth 

wherever they may lead, 
Showing how to think 

rather than what to think, 
Assisting the powers 

of the mind 
In their self-development; 

TO FORWARD IDEAS AND IDEALS 

In our democracy, 
Inspiring respect for others 

as for ourselves, 
Ever promoting freedom 

with responsibility; 

TO BECOME A CENTER OF ORDER AND LIGHT 

That knowledge may lead 

to understanding 
And understanding 

to wisdom. 



Commencement 

August 29, 1969 



Board of Trustees 



Southern Illinois University operates under the jurisdiction of a Board of Trustees created by a 
Charter granted by the Illinois General Assembly. The Board consists of seven members appointed by 
the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Instruction who serves as an ex officio member. Mem- 
bers are appointed for terms of six years. 

Mr. Lindell W. Sturgis, Chairman Metropolis 

Mr. Harold R. Fischer, V 'ice-Chairman Granite City 

Mr. Melvin C. Lockard, Secretary Mattoon 

Dr. Martin V. Brown Carbondale 

Mr. Ivan A. Elliott, Jr Carmi 

Mr. F. Guy Hitt Benton 

Mr. Eugene T. Simonds Carbondale 

Honorable Ray Page (Ex officio) Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 



11 



The University 



southern Illinois university was established 
in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal University. 
The shortened name became official in 1947 by 
action of the state legislature. 

In 1874 the first building on the campus at 
Carbondale was completed, financed by state- 
appropriated funds and contributions from citi- 
zens of Jackson County. In the fall of that year, 
the first regular academic year for the school, 
150 students were enrolled. The student popula- 
tion has increased steadily and now exceeds 31,- 
000. 

For some years after its establishment, South- 
ern Illinois University operated as a two-year 
normal school. In 1907 it became a four-year, 
degree-granting institution, though continuing 
its two-year course until 1936. In 1943, after a 
vigorous campaign led by President Roscoe Pul- 
liam, the state legislature changed the institu- 
tion, which had been in theory exclusively a 
teacher-training school, into a university, thereby 
taking official recognition of the great demand in 
the area for diversified training. 

The action of the legislature led to establish- 
ing colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Vocations and Professions, offering 
the Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor 
of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Grad- 
uate work was instituted in 1943 and the Grad- 
uate School was formally established in 1948. At 
this time it was authorized to grant the Master 
of Arts and Master of Science degrees in addi- 
tion to the Master of Science in Education. In 
1952 the Master of Fine Arts degree was added 
to the list, the Doctor of Philosophy in 1955, 
and in 1956 the Master of Music and the Master 
of Music Education. The divisions of Communi- 
cations, Fine Arts, and Rural Studies were 
established in 1953, and in 1955 became the 
schools of Communications, Fine Arts, and Agri- 
culture, respectively. The College of Vocations 
and Professions was dissolved, and a School of 
Business was created in 1956. In 1957 the De- 
partment of Home Economics became the School 
of Home Economics. In 1959 the Department of 
Applied Science became the School of Applied 
Science, which, in 1961, was renamed the School 
of Technology to include the engineering pro- 
grams. The growth of classes for adults and for 
those seeking technical training led to the estab- 



lishment in 1953 of the Division of Technical 
and Adult Education, of which the Vocational- 
Technical Institute is a part. The Department of 
Nursing was established in 1955. 

The Small Business Institute was established 
in 1954, and the Community Development In- 
stitute was established in 1956. The Labor, Latin 
American, and Rehabilitation institutes were 
created in 1957, the Transportation Institute in 
1960, and the Center for the Study of Crime, 
Delinquency, and Corrections in 1961. 

In 1949 the Belleville Residence Center was 
established. Then, because of the growing de- 
mand for educational opportunities in the Madi- 
son-St. Clair counties area, the University estab- 
lished the Alton Residence Center and the East 
St. Louis Residence Center in 1957. In 1959 the 
Southwestern Illinois agencies were organized 
into a unit coordinate with the Carbondale Cam- 
pus. These two units are now named the Car- 
bondale Campus and the Edwardsville Campus. 
Classes were first held on the new Edwardsville 
Campus in 1965, with instruction continuing at 
the Alton and East St. Louis centers. 

The Edwardsville Campus instructional or- 
ganization consists of the Business Division, 
Education Division, Fine Arts Division, Humani- 
ties Division, Science and Technology Division, 
Social Sciences Division, and the Department of 
Nursing, in which an undergraduate student may 
choose one of thirty-three different concentra- 
tions leading to a bachelor's degree. Graduate 
students may choose concentrations leading to 
the following degrees: Master of Arts, Master 
of Business Administration, Master of Music 
Education, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Sci- 
ence, and Master of Science in Education. The 
Certificate of Specialist is available for persons 
in education who wish to study beyond the mas- 
ter's degree. 

The presidents of the University have been 

Robert Allyn 1874-1892 

John HuU 1892-1893 

Harvey W. Everest 1893-1897 

Daniel B. Parkinson 1897-1913 

Henry W. Shryock 1913-1935 

Roscoe Pulliam 1935-1944 

Chester F. Lay 1945-1948 

Delyte W. Morris 1948- 



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Order of the Exercises 



PROCESSIONAL 



INVOCATION 

The Rev. James M. Shortal 



Campus Minister 
The Roman Catholic Church 



ADDRESS 

Professor George R. Mace 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

Chancellor John S. Rendleman 

Presentation of Candidates for Associate Degrees 
Presentation of Candidates for Baccalaureate Degrees 

Presentation of Candidates for Graduate Degrees 

PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS 



Social Sciences Division 
Edwardsville Campus 



Ernest J. Simon, Dean 

James M. Brown, Executive Dean 
for Academic Affairs 

Donal G. Myer, Assistant Dean 



James M. Brown, Executive Dean for Academic Affairs 

(Professor Hollis L. White will read names of graduates as they receive diplomas). 



Division of Technical and Adult Education 

Business Division 

Education Division 

Fine Arts Division 

Humanities Division 

Department of Nursing 

Science and Technology Division 

Social Sciences Division 

Graduate School 

recognition of air force reserve officer 

presentation of distinguished service awards 
Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



Emery R. Casstevens, Assistant Dean 

Kenneth H. Myers, Dean 

Deane Wiley, Dean 

Andrew J. Kochman, Dean 

Gerald J. T. Runkle, Dean 

Lucille H. McClelland, Dean 

Robert N. Pendergrass, Acting Dean 

Earl S. Beard, Dean 

Donal G. Myer, Assistant Dean 

Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



Presentation of the Candidates 



James M. Brown, Executive Dean for Academic Affairs 



necrology 



benediction 
The Rev. James M. Shortal 

recessional 



* * * * 



The members of the audience are asked to remain at their seats until the faculty and grad- 
uates have completed the recessional. 

The President's Reception will be held at the Commencement Site immediately following 
the exercises. 



Granting of Degrees 



Granting of degrees is contingent upon the successful completion of work in progress. Line following 
hometown indicates field of concentration of candidates. One asterisk after name indicates candidate 
is being graduated with honors, two asterisks indicate high honors, and three asterisks indicate highest 
honors. Persons graduating with highest honors are awarded life memberships in the Alumni Associa- 
tion. The symbol f after a student's name indicates candidate was a member of the Dean's College. 



VI 



Candidates for the Associate Degree 



DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 



ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



Frances Marie Alessandrelli 
Granite City — Management 

Roberta Kay Pilgrim Bandy 
Alton — Management 



Charles G. Engelke 
Worden — Management 

Diane Kay Huffman 
Greenville — Execu tive 
Secretarial 



Carol Gwyn Ketcham 
Edwardsville — Executive 
Secretarial 



Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 



BUSINESS DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



William Alan Evans 

Granite City — Economics 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Kenneth J. Abrams 

O'Fallon — Business 
Administration 
George A. Anthony 

Florissant, Missouri — Economics 

Joseph Glenn Aschauer 
Edwardsville — Business 
Administration 

Stephen Dale Ash 

Wood River — Business 
Administration 
Judith Ann Bertram 

East St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
Charles Keith Bland 
Bunker Hill — Business 
Administration 
Dan B. Brooks Jr. 

Ferguson, Missouri — Business 
Administration 
Curtis Eugene Busch 
Granite City — Business 
Administration 
Frank L. Cramer 

East St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
Ronald Ray Damhorst 
St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
Richard Wayne DeJarnett 

Alton — Business Administration 
Thomas John Dickmann 

Alton — Business Administration 
Robert E. Diesbach 

East St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
Charles Boone Dreon 

Jennings, Missouri — Business 
Administration 
LeGronde Edwards Jr. 
St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
Kenneth Wesley Eisenmayer 
Trenton — Business 
Administration 
Stanley E. Erb 

Mitchell — Business 
Administration 



Elizabeth Ann Flavin 

Alton — Secretarial and Office 
Administration 

Dennis W. Foehner 
Highland — Business 
Administration 

Carl James Fruend 
St. Louis — Business 
Administration 

Carl L. Goering 
Madison — Business 
Administration 

Robert Lee Hagan 

East Carondelet — Business 
Administration 

Dean L. Haselhorst 
Trenton — Business 
Administration 

George W. Hauser Jr. 
Caseyville — Business 
Administration 

James Maurice Hustedde 
Carlyle — Business 
Administration 

James Martin Jones 
East Alton — Business 
Administration 

James P. E. Joyce 
Belleville — Business 
Administration 

Jere Lee Juenger 

Collinsville — Business 
Administration 

Charles Howard Jungels Jr. 
Granite City — Business 
Administration 
Roger Lee Kamp 

Alton — Business Administration 
Robert Dean Kirk 

Edwardsville — Business 
Administration 
Glenn Franklin Knight Jr. 
Granite City — Business 
Administration 
Thomas Patrick Manion 
East St. Louis — Business 
Administration 



John F. Meiners 

Ferguson, Missouri — Business 
Administration 

Don Richard Muskopf 

Belleville — Business 
Administration 
James R. Norvell 

Alton — Business Administration 

Eugene Charles Noud 
Collinsville — Business 
Administration 
Christian Jackson Pfeffer Jr. 
Edwardsville — Business 
Administration 
Julius S. Rachkus 

Collinsville — Business 
Administration 
Richard Michael Rathgeb 
Roxana — Business 
Administration 
Gene A. Ray 

Litchfield — Business 

Administration 

Garrett Charles Reuter 

Agoura, California — Business 
Administration 
Dennis Edward Rice 

Creve Coeur, Missouri — 
Business Administration 
Joseph Ringhofer 
Belleville — Business 
Administration 
Thomas J. Schmid 

Edwardsville — Business 
Administration 
Howard Oakley Shive 
East St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
William W. Simmons Jr. 
East Alton — Business 
Administration 
Richard L. Sphar 

Pana — Business Administration 
Harold E. Tanksley 

Granite City — Business 
Administration 
Michael A. Taylor 

Alton — Business Administration 



Joseph John Temperelli Jr. 
Sherman — Business 
Administration 
David W. Tweed 
Worden — Business 
Administration 
Sandra Sue Ulmer 

Greenville — Secretarial and 
Office Administration 
Karol Nelson Wall 
Bethalto — Business 
Administration 



Paul Arthur Weaver 
Florissant — Business 
Administration 
Terry Charles Weik 
Belleville — Business 
Administration 
Anne Weingartner 

East St. Louis — Business 

Administration 

Warren Dale Wilbourn 

Hillsboro — Business 

Administration 



R. Joseph Williams Jr. 

Florissant, Missouri — Business 
Administration 
John William Willis 
Collinsville — Business 
Administration 
Sidney Lane Womack 
Caseyville — Business 
Administration 
Richard Gerald Zinn 

East Carondelet — Business 
Administration 



William S. Hoppe 

Edwardsville — Business 
Administration 
Agnes Ann Miller 

Owensboro, Kentucky — Business 
Administration 
Lawrence Motley 
St. Louis — Business 
Administration 



IN ABSENTIA 

Charles G. Nelson 
Glenview — Business 
Administration 
Steve J. Sabo III 

East St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
James R. Scroggins 
Wood River — Business 
Administration 



John W. Speciale 

E d wa rds ville — B usiness 
Administration 
Earle Hodges Wright Jr. 
Edwardsville — Business 
Administration 



EDUCATION DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Gregory Carrow 
Alton — Psychology 

Steven James Fruth 

Edwardsville — Psychology 

Joe Bob McAdams Jr. 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Larry Douglas McDowell 

Collinsville — Psychology 



Kathleen Nichols 

Granite City — Psychology 

William Robert Phillips III 
Florissant, Missouri — 
Psychology 

Gary George Sander 
St. Louis — Psychology 



Robert Bernard Tabaka 
Litchfield — Psychology 

Frederick Washington Jr. 
St. Louis — Psychology 

Ronda Lee Wisleder 
Greenville — Psychology 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



LaDonna K. Alvis 

Troy — English 
Terry Roger Atchley 

Granite City — History 
Dana Leigh Bacich 

Ferguson, Missouri — Physical 
Education 
Rebecca D. Bandy 

Carrollton — Elementary 
Education 
John W. Bertram 

Belleville — English 
Richard Dean Blumenstock 

Granite City — English 
Linda Folkerts Bohnenstiehl 

Collinsville — Physical Education 
Betty Joyce Laird Bolt 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara L. Bradley 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
George Roger Campbell 

Marissa — Elementary Education 



Marilyn Lea Campbell 

Edwardsville — Government 
Vinita N. Carter 

Caseyville — Ele men tar y 
Education 
Violet L. Johnson Clark 
East Alton — Elementary 
Education 

Donald E. Collins 

Edwardsville — Art Education 

William Franklin Connor 

Alton — Physical Education 
Regenia D. Conway 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Robert B. Cowan 

Granite City — Social Studies 
Sue F. Custer 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
Jon W. Daggett 

Edwardsville — Biology 
Douglas Edward Dahm 

Belleville — English 



James E. Dal ton 

Madison — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Sue Davis 

Granite City — English 
Linda G. Draper 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Barbara Jane Drone 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Brenda Lee Ellis 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Reba Ann Endrijaitis 
Belleville — Ele mentary 
Education 
Minette Raab Farthing 
Belleville — Ele men tary 
Education 
Nino Alex Fennoy 

East St. Louis — Physical 
Education 
Mary Jane File 
Pocahontas — Business Education 



Perry James Fox 

Hartford — Physical Education 

Samuel R. Fox 

East St. Louis — Geography 
Betty J. Frakes 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Doris Jean Freischlag 

Lebanon — Elementary Education 
Linda Gallauer 

Granite City — Business 
Education 
Jane Wiley Garrett 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Trudy Lynn Giaudrone 

Wilsonville — English 
Margaret R. Grotts 
Hillsboro — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Frances Harris 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Juanita Marie Hayes 

Lebanon — Elementary Education 
Renata E. Hellmann 

Worden — Elementary Education 
Sharon S. Heubner 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Edith Hock * 

O'Fallon — Elementary 
Education 

Bonita A. Holzinger 
Breese — English 

Patricia A. Howenstein * 
Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Marshall Stephen Jenkins *f 
Florissant, Missouri — Social 
Studies 

George Dudley Johnson 

Ferguson, Missouri — Psychology 

Gladys M. Jordan 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 

Judith Rose Klein 

Livingston — Elementary 
Education 

Marilyn A. Krauss 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Gay Ellen Kruszynski 

St. Louis — Physical Education 
June Marie La Faver 

Collinsville — Special Education 



Harry A. Lang 

Collinsville — Physical Education 

Gary Kaye Lynn 

East St. Louis — Sociology 

Sharon K. Magnuson 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Joyce Ann Mathes 
Decatur — Elementary 
Education 
Vincent E. Maurer, Jr. 
Wood River — Physical 
Education 
Nancy A. Mauton 

Hillsboro — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Ann McElligott 

Belleville — Special Education 
Raymond Dale Miller 
Collinsville — Speech 

Janet Kay Napoli 

Bethalto — Business Education 
Elizabeth Ann Nichols 
Bellefontaine 

Neighbors, Missouri 
Psychology 
Arline MaryEvon Pauly 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Nancy Lea Pence 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Stephen Linn Peterson 

Edwardsville — Psychology 
Nancy Kathleen Pfeiffer 

Belleville — Special Education 
Carolyn Weller Powers 

Collinsville — Special Education 
Mary Jean Pryor 

Alton — Business Education 
William C. Pyrtle, Jr. 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Tommie Jean Johnson Randolph 
East St. Louis — Physical 
Education 
Thomas Bernard Range 

Freeburg — Mathematics 
Linda Fae Reavis 

Greenville — Elementary 
Education 
Jeanne Eunice Rhoads 
Bethalto — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Humphrey Rhodes 
East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 



Sharon Sue Rhodes 

East Alton — Business Education 
Linda Krpan Rock 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Neva W. Rose 

Cottage Hills — Art Education 

Michael R. Roth 

Hardin — Social Studies 
Patricia L. Mclntyre Rupert 

Carlinville — Physical Education 
Brenda Todd Sancamper 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Marsha Sue Scheer 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Dennis Kaye Schickedanz 

Alton — Mathematics 
Paul Frederick Schmidt 

Edwardsville — History 

Rosemary Ewen Schoeberle 

Brighton — Elemen tary 
Education 
Lessie M. Shashack 

Edwardsville — English 

Barbara Ann Simpson 
Highland — Elementary 
Education 
Karleen Kay Steele 

Edwardsville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Judith Ann Stimac 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Jim Lucile Teichmann 

Ferguson, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 
Jud Paul Travis 

Granite City — English 
Ruth Louise Uchtmann 

Sparta — Elementary Education 
Jacqueline Van Horn 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
LeaAnn Welch 

East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Ann Williams 
East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
Patricia Ann Holtgrave Wylie 
Columbia — Elementary 
Education 
Rebecca S. Yoeom 

Jersey ville — Elementary 
Education 



Andrew O. Backlund, Jr. 
St. Louis — Geography 

Charles E. Bell 

East Alton — Physical Education 
Donald Bruce Brown 

Godfrey — English 



IN ABSENTIA 

Marilyn K. Busse 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 

Nancy Cawley 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 

Brenda Lou Kutemeier 

Hillsboro — Special Education 



Karen Louise Lee f 

Belleville — Special Education 

Thomas J. Miller, Jr. 
Madison — English 

Susan Walker 
Alton — Biology 



FINE ARTS DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Kirk A. Davis 

St. Louis — Art 
Kevyn Dorothy DeRuntz 

Granite City — Art 
Chiquita Ann Purdy Eller 

Alton — Art 
John Henry Hartmann 

Alton — Art 
Audrey Kay Howard 

Belleville — Art 
Ruth Ann Hubert 

Collinsville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 



Kathleen Ann Jalageas 

Belleville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Karen Ann Knoll 

Florissant, Missouri — Theater 
Marjorie L. Kurrus 

East Saint Louis — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
A. Lynne McBain ***f 
Edwardsville — Music 
Charlotte Vanita Merritts 
East St. Louis — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 

Jane Ellen Mueth 
Belleville — Speech 

IN ABSENTIA 

Garry R. Koesterer 
Belleville — Speech 



Candace Shivers 

Wood River — Theater 
Deborah Lee Stelzleni 

Edwardsville — Theater 
Lance Oliver Stelzleni 

Edwardsville — Theater 

Alan R. Sweetman 
Jerseyville — Art 

JoJean L. Voelkel 
Belleville — Speech 

Catherine Ann Wenc * 
East St. Louis — Speech 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Larry Neil Berry f 

Paris, Tennessee — Music 
Performance 



Phyllis June Bretsch 

Springfield — Music Education 



HUMANITIES DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Doris M. Alberts **f 

Belleville — English 
Dale J. Baggio 

Edwardsville — Philosophy 
James Richard Bennette *f 

Collinsville — Philosophy 
David Lynn Ennis 

Bethalto — English 



Gary Lawson Fletcher 
Collinsville — English 

Carl L. Giordano 
Springfield — English 

Carolyn J. Gore 

Collinsville — English 

Michael James Haldeman 
Granite City — Spanish 



IN ABSENTIA 



Billy G. Jackson *** 

Taylorville — German 
Sheila Eileen Mullen 

Alton — English 
George Louis Naimey 

East St. Louis — English 
Nancy Marie Walker 

St. Louis — English 



Carmen L. Ledbetter 
Belleville — English 



Carol Jean Loebach 
Edwardsville — English 



DEPARTMENT OF NURSING 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Maxine Ann Hawkins 
Collinsville — Nursing 



Patricia Moriarty 
Alton — Nursing 

Fern Ella Pflantz 
St. Louis — Nursing 



Mary Leonardo Staniszewski 
Centralia — Nursing 



SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Franz-Joaehuim Banduhn 

Belleville — Chemistry 
James Lee Bowles 

Marine — Biology 
Harvey Andrew Cole 

St. Louis — Mathematics 
Monte Ray Green 

Alton — Chemistry 
Jo Anne Marie Heck 

Granite City — Biology 
Dan William Jones 

Collinsville — Biology 



Joe Allen Kelley 

Collinsville — Chemistry 
Donald W. Keutzer 

St. Louis — Biology 
Ronald Irvin Kiser 

Pekin — Biology 
James Lee Mueller 

Edwardsville — Chemistry 
Janet Rhine Naeve 

Granite City — Biology 



Jack Glen Nagel f 

Godfrey — Biology 
Sandra L. O'Neal 

Belleville — Biology 

Walter Dean Parrill 

Edwardsville — Mathematics 
Richard F. Parrish 

Belleville — Chemistry 
Michael Allen Schanot 

Belleville — Biology 

Wanda Jane Wellinghoff 
Belleville — Biology 



IN ABSENTIA 

George Dale Howell 
Alton — Chemistrv 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Dennis W. Ashcraft 
Dupo — Mathematics 

Gerald Barber 

East Alton — Mathematics 
Richard Joseph Blattner f 

Cahokia — Physics 



Darrol Eugene Gasawski 
Casey ville — Physics 

Michael James Kania 
Glen Carbon — Physics 

Rita F. Nimmo 

Collinsville — Medical 
Technology 



Lon Scheibal 

Edwardsville — Mathematics 
Lillyan Juliette Liston Scott 

St. Louis — Mathematics 

Clement Chris Williams 
Jersey ville — Mathematics 



IN ABSENTIA 

Eric Richard Dippold 

Edwardsville — Mathematics 



SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Raymond L. Bailey 

Collinsville — Geography 

Johnnie A. Brooks Jr. 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Don Paul Brunworth 

Collinsville — Geography 
Patrick Joseph Davey 

Alton — Government 
Joseph William Elmers 

Maplewood, Missouri — 
Geography 
Richard Kenneth Evans 

Hillsboro — Government 
Jane Elizabeth Fauke 

Germantown — Sociology 
Jack L. Harding 

Collinsville — History 



Thomas E. Hogue 

Litchfield — Geography 

Stanley Nelson Horton Jr. 
Ferguson, Missouri — History 

Roger P. Jones 

East St. Louis — Government 

Melba Mildred King 
Wood River — Sociology 

William Floyd Kopis 

Granite City — Government 

Alan J. Kramer * 
Alton — History 

Stephen Douglas Leek 
Edwardsville — Geography 

Robert Emmett Lucey 

East St. Louis — Sociology 



Gene Raymond Marzano 
Belleville — History 

Robert E. McMillan 

Cahokia — Social Welfare 

Bradford A. Miracle 

East Alton — Government 

Lorraine-Patricia Ann Peals 
East St. Louis — Social Welfare 

Robert Allan Pierce 
Belleville — History 

James D. .Pomeroy 

Granite City — Social Welfare 

Gregory Eric Popinski 

Edwardsville — Government 

James Melvin Radford 
St. Louis — Anthropology 



Thomas W. Rathgeb 

Brighton — Government 
Michael Robert Rauch 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Evelyn Louise Ritz 

Venice — Social Welfare 

Allan C. Scanlan 

Worden — Government 

Herman Charles Skaggs 

St. Peters, Missouri — Geography 



Dianne Springman 

Alton — Geography 
Joseph Michael Stabile 

Collinsville — Government 
Richard Dale Stopher 

Collinsville — History 
Helyn M. Johnson Tharpe 

East St. Louis — Government 
John L. Thomas 

Belleville — Geography 



Darryl Lee Thompson 

Edwardsville — Government 
Gary L. Wagner 

Florissant, Missouri 
Government 
Karen Elaine Wheeler 

Bethalto — A n thropology 
John David Zuber 

Glen Carbon — Geography 



Janet Kay Groppel 

Wood River — Sociology 
Steven Robert Kerens 

Columbia — History 



IN ABSENTIA 

Noel Perry Lane Jr. 

Edwardsville — Geography 
Donald Bruce McMillan 

Staunton — History 



Alanna Yvonne Paulson 

Scott Air Force Base — Social 
Welfare 

Daniel Wesly Steed Jr. 
South Roxana — History 



Candidates for the Master's Degree 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



MASTER OF ARTS 



James William Bodenstein, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Geography 
Sara Caroline Lee Creed, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Geography 
John Russell David, A.B. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1962 — History 



Francis Michael Gaffney, B.A. 
University of Missouri 
Government 
Milton Cyril Moore, B.A. 
University of Redlands 

(California), 1951 
University of California, 1952 
English 



Thurman Lee Smith, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— History 
Marvin A. Soloman, A.B. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1951 — History 
Joyce Elaine Waters, B.A. 
St. Mary's of the Woods 

(Indiana), 1966 — Psychology 



Daniel Thomas Kelleher, B.S. in 
Ed., Southeast Missouri State, 
1964 — History 
John P. Tobin, A.B. 

Rockhurst College (Missouri), 
1967 — Psychology 



IN ABSENTIA 

Catherine Keeley Gleeson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
English 

Sam Edward Hilburn Jr., B.A. 
Texas Technical College, 1967 

English 
Nancy Sue Meyer, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961 

English 



* Leonard Arthur Vogt, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 

English 

* Roger Val Zimmerman, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 

English 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



David L. Barbeau, B.S. 
St. Louis University, 1962 
Business Administration 
Vincent Paul Bunyan Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Business Administration 



Patrick H. Dillon III, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Business Administration 
John R. Kleinert, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Business Administration 
Thomas F. Langwith, B.S. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1963 — Business 
Administration 



Bernard John Matyshak, B.S. B.A. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1959 — Business 
Administration 
Gerald E. Null, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Business Administration 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Henry Edward Knickmeyer, 
B.F.A., Washington University 
(Missouri), 1966— Art 



Thomas John Lawless, B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State, 1959 
Art 



Donald Richard Sheckler, B.S. in 
Ed., Southeast Missouri State, 
1966— A rt 



IN ABSENTIA 

Ruth Bindbeutel Brown, B.F.A. 
Washington University 
(Missouri), 1965— Art 



* Graduated in the June 10, 1969, 
Commencement 



W. Lindsay Barr, B.S. in Music 
Muskingum College (Ohio), 1962 
Music Education 
Reval Nicholas Bridges, B.A. in 
Music, Harding College 
(Arkansas), 1965 — Music 
Education 
Beverly Jean de la Bretonne, B.S. 
in Music Ed., Northeast 

Louisiana State College, 1958 
Music Education 



MASTER OF MUSIC EDUCATION 

Shirleyann H. Hubbard, B.M. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Music Education 
Daniel O. Jones, B.M. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Music Education 
Frank J. Macke, B.M. 

St. Louis Institute of Music, 1951 
Music Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Joseph Thomas Cook, B. of Music 
The College of Wooster (Ohio), 
1968 — Music Education 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



Mary Louise Mills, B. of Music 
College of Wooster (Ohio), 1968 
Music Education 
Charles Raymond Rann, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1963 — Music Education 
Diana Elizabeth Rawizza, B.M.E. 
Indiana University, 1966 — Music 
Education 



Jack T. Ballinger, B.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1963 
Chemistry 
Alfred C. Beradino, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Mathematics 
Mae Alene Biggs, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Behavioral Science 
Jimmy C. Bryan, B.A. 

University of Southern Florida, 
1965 — Mathematics 
Bruce Alan Goetz, B.A. 
St. Cloud State College 
(Minnesota), 1967 
Geography 



Robert F. Kolstad, B.S. 

University of Wisconsin, 1948 
Geography 
Edward J. Leardi, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Psychology 
Alan L. Loeh, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Biology 

Anthony John Mance, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Psychology 

Julia E. Meyer, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Psychology 
Lawrence M. Ostresh Jr., B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Geography 



David M. PfeifTer, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Geography 
James Helms Rasey, B.A. 

State University of New York, 
1968— Geography 
John Frederick Sharp, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Economics 

Edwin J. Siegrist, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Geography 
Kenneth Edward Stenzel, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Mathematics 



Bess A. Eastin, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Mathematics 



IN ABSENTIA 

Terry Max Johnson, B.S. 
St. Cloud State College 
(Minnesota), 1967 
Geography 
Roger William Martin, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Mathematics 



Lawrence Harvey Peters, A.B. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1968 — Psychology 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Guy R. Atchison, B.S. in 

Commerce, Lincoln University 
(Missouri), 1949 
Administration and 
Supervision 
E. Lloyd Ball, B.S. 

St. Louis University, 1950 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Harold Robert Bardo, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Counselor Education 



Virginia Harrison Beard, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1964 — Counselor 
Education 
Gertrude A. Beary, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Helen Gordon Biggers, B.S. 

Murray State Teachers College 
(Kentucky), 1946 
Administration and 
Supervision 



Eldon M. Bigham, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Linda Wade Bobo, B.S. in Ed. 
Auburn University (Alabama), 
1966 — Secondary Education 
Murella Anne Bosse, B.S. in Ed. 
Indiana University, 1957 
Elementary Education 
William Richard Brinkhoff, A.B. 
Elmhurst College, 1960 
Administration and 
Supervision 



Thomas Lovia Brown, B.A. 

Morehouse College (Georgia), 
1957 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Edward Eugene Buchholz, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Elementary Education 
Joan Howard Buettner, A.B. 
Webster College (Missouri), 
1956 — Elementary Education 
Mary Lou Wiget Bulte, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Secondary Education-Business 
Education 
James Michael Burton, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Secondary Education- 
Biological Science 
Pete Adam Carich, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Counselor Education 

Robert L. Carr, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Counselor Education 

Russell Leon Chappell, B.S. in Ed. 
Peru State College (Nebraska), 
1961 — Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 

James W. Claxton, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Secondary Education- 
Business Education 

Calvin C. Clayborne, B.S. 

Agricultural, Mechanical, and 
Normal College (Arkansas), 
1957 — Counselor Education 

Jacquelyn Lea Coleman, B.S. 
Ohio State University, 1968 
Counselor Education 

Dale Leton Collier, B.S. In Ed. 
Northeast Missouri State 
Teachers College, 1964 
Administration and 
Supervision 

John Wesley Corder, B.S. In Ed. 
Illinois State Normal, 1962 
Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 

Jack Elmer Crawford, B.S. in Ed., 
M. in Ed., University of 
Missouri, 1953, 1956 
Counselor Education 

Viola King Daugherty, A.B. 

Wayne University (Michigan), 
1959 — Counselor Education 

Wanda Maxine Dawson, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1958 — Elementary Education 

John Charles Dennis, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 

Peggy Ann Dillard, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Elementary Education 

Dorothy Downey Dodson, B. of Ed. 
Southern Illinois Normal, 1943 
Elementary Education 



Gary Gene Dunbar, A.B. in Ed. 
Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1964 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Michael J. Edel, B.S. 

Illinois State Normal, 1961 
Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 
Allan E. Ellis, A.B. in Ed. 
Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1964 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Jesse Elverton, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Elementary Education 
Perina Erspamer, B.S. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1955 — Elementary 
Education 
Alberta Lee Crawford Fleming, 
B.S. in Ed., Eastern Illinois 
University, 1962 — Counselor 
Education 
Mary Jo Elizabeth Foltz, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Gene L. Foster, B.S. in Ed. 

Illinois State Normal University, 
1956 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Thilerna H. French, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Elementary Education 
John W. Frerker, B.A. 

St. Mary of the Lake Seminary 
(Illinois), 1959 — Counselor 
Education 
John Floyd Gerdes, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Jeffrey Lynn Graves, B.S. 
Greenville College (Illinois), 
1964 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 
Anne Frances Gregor, B.S. in Ed. 
Illinois State Normal University, 
1954 — Administration and 
Supervision 

Leona E. Hacker, B.S. in Ed. 

Illinois State Normal University, 
1960 — Elementary Education 

Thomas Kyle Hackworth, A.B. in 
Ed., University of Kentucky, 
1964 — Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 

Helen Joanne Hamilton, B.S. in 
Ed., Central State College 
(Ohio), 1965 — Elementary 
Education 

Paul Hanser, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Special Education 

Robert Leslie Hanson, A.B. 
University of Missouri, 1960 
Secondary Education-History 

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Robert Joel Hardig, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1967 
Secondary Education-Business 
Education 

Margaret Kelly Hart, A.B. 
McKendree College, 1957 
Elementary Education 

Charles L. Haycraft, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Secondary Education-Business 
Education 

Clinton J. Heil, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Administration and 
Supervision 

Manthy W. Hillmer, B.S. in Bus. 
University of Kansas, 1941 
Administration and 
Supervision 

Jerry L. Homann, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Counselor Education 

John V. Houser, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1961 — Elementary Education 

Carolyn Swift Iftner, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1967 
Counselor Education 

Larry Lee Iftner, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1966 
Counselor Education 

David Stuart Ireland, B.A., M.A. 
University of Oxford (England), 
1963, 1963— Special Education 

James John Jeffries, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Administration and 
Supervision 

James Albert Johnson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Secondary Education- 
Biological Science 

LaSalle H. Johnson, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1959 — Administration and 
Supervision 

Ronald Wilson Jones, B.S. in Bus. 
Ad., B.S. in Ed., Southeast 
Missouri State, 1965, 1965 
Secondary Education- 
Business Education 

Fred Howard Kimbrough, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 

Paul R. Kindle Jr., B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Elementary Education 

Vernon H. Knop, B.S. in Ed. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1958 
Ad ministration and 
Supervision 

John S. Koss, B.S. 

Kansas State University, 1958 
Administration and 
Supervision 



Janet Eileen Motts Laws, B.A. 
Purdue University, 1966 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Anthony Lynn Lehde, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Thomas Frederick Lenhardt, B.S. 
in Ed., State University College 
(New York), 1965 
Elementary Education 

Robert R. Leyda, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1961 — Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 

Steve E. Lupcho, B.S. 

University of Wyoming, 1958 
Administration and 
Supervision 

Charles L. Lutenberg, B.S. 
Culver-Stockton College 
(Missouri), 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 

Vincent Stanton Margerum, B.A. 
St. Mary's University (Texas), 
1939 — Administration and 
Supervision 

Cecelia Jeannette Markuly, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 

Shirley Jean Martin, B.A. 

Oklahoma College for Women, 
1965 — Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 

Judy J. Mayo, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Counselor Education 

Frederick Howard McCarty, B.S. 
Queens College (New York), 
1963 — Administration and 
Supervision 

Betty Jane McClintock, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Counselor Education 

Alice Fae McCullum, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Elementary Education 

Thomas N. Metzger, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Elementary Education 

Carol Jean Minor, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1965 — Counselor 
Education 

Charlyn Kay Moore, B.S. 

Illinois College, 1964 — Counselor 
Education 

Malvin Winston Morton, B.A. in 
Ed., Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1966 — Secondary 
Education-Geography 
Robert Harold Mudrovic, B.A. in 
Ed., Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1963 — Counselor 
Education 



Paul Vernon Newland, A.B. 
St. Louis Christian College 

(Missouri), 1965 — Elementary 
Education 
John Joseph Novotny, B.A. 
Cardinal Glennon College 

(Missouri), 1962 — Elementary 
Education 
Joseph B. Orf Jr., B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1964 — Secondary 
Education-Mathematics 

Donald L. Pierce, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Administration and 
Supervision 
James E. Presson Jr., B.S. 
Murray State College 
(Kentucky), 1958 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Sandra Widicus Ratcliff, B.S. in 
Ed., Eastern Illinois University, 
1965 — Special Education 

Larry L. Reid, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Counselor Education 
June Dorothy Riesenberger, A.B. 
McKendree College, 1952 
Elementary Education 

LaVerna E. Rill, B.A. 

Asbury College (Kentucky), 
1955 — Secondary Education- 
Biological Science 
James E. Rolando Sr., B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1960 
Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 
Merrill Stanley Rosenthal, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Nellie K. Rush, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Elementary Education 
Jean S. Sanders, A.B. 
Catawba College (North 
Carolina), 1946 — Counselor- 
Education 
Bettie R. Schmidt, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Elementary Education 
Mary Ann Schoby, B.A. 
State College of Iowa, 1955 
Counselor Education 
Billy Dean See, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Elementary Education 
Edward Hay Seitz, B.S., B.S. in 
Ed., Southeast Missouri State, 
1957, 1959— Counselor 
Education 
Opal Joann Seitz, B.S. 

Southeast Missouri State 
University, 1954 — Counselor 
Education 
Cole Shannon, B.A. 

Murray State (Kentucky), 1961 
Administration and 
Supervision 



Howard Stowe Simpson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Secondary Education- 
Biological Science 

Shirley M. Spranaitis, B.S. in 
Nursing, St. Louis University 
(Missouri), 1959 — Counselor 
Education 

Betty Jane Sproull, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1967 — Elementary Education 

Letitia Murphy Stead, B.S. In Ed. 
Illinois State Normal University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 

Lorrie Strand, B.S. 

Western Michigan, 1956 
Secondary Education-Art 

Lorraine M. H. Summers, B.M. 
Illinois Wesleyan, 1943 
Elementary Education 

Donald Frederick Tanner, B.A. 
Concordia Senior College 
(Indiana), 1963 — Counselor 
Education 

Richard Edward Taylor, B.S. in 
Ed., Lincoln University 
(Missouri), 1959 
Administration and 
Supervision 

Wilma Jean Thompson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Elementary Education 

Richard P. Timko, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Counselor Education 

Elizabeth H. Twesten, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Secondary Education- 
Business Education 

Carolyn Lynn Von Hoven, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 

Rosa Lee Wagner, B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State, 1960 
Elementary Education 

Mary Jean Walsh, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Counselor Education 

Pearl Marie Pulley Washington, 
B.S., Southern Illinois 

University, 1967 — Secondary 
Education-Business 
Education 

Aurela Lucille Weidner, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1955 — Elementary Education 

Mary P. White, B.A. 

Knox College (Illinois), 1944 
Elementary Education 

Edith A. Widicus, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Special Education 

Charles Martin Williams, B.D. 
Northern Baptist Theological 
Seminary (Illinois) , 1957 
Counselor Education 



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Charlotte E. Williams, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Elementary Education 



Clyde Lee Williams, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Counselor Education 



Lillian L. Bloomquist, A.B. 
Susquehanna University 
(Pennsylvania), 1950 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Gail Grant Cross, B.S. in Agri. 
Kansas State College, 1958 
Counselor Education 
James Allen Eggert, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 
Susan Grace Foster, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Elementary Education 
Marlena Gregory, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1959 
Elementary Education 
Helen Marie Johnson, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Secondary Education 
Don George Leone, A.B. 

Fresno College (California), 
1959 — Secondary Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Jo Ann Massa, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Counselor Education 
Sandra Sue Middleton, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1965 
Elementary Education 
Amalia Person, B.S. 
Edinboro State College 
(Pennsylvania), 1962 
Administration and 
Supervision 
R. Cornelius Peters, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1966 
Counselor Education 
William Dawson Pikey, B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1961 — Counselor 
Education 
Marian F. Rosequist, B.S. 

Indiana State Teachers College, 
1943 — Elementary Education 
Patricia Ann Rost, B.A. 

Knox College (Illinois), 1966 
Secondary Education-English 



Donna May Snyder, B.S. 
Murray State University 
(Kentucky), 1966 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Florence B. Sutton, B. Ed. 

Illinois State Normal University, 
1940 — Secondary Education- 
English 
Rebecca Ann Thaler, B.A. 

Lindenwood College (Missouri), 
1968 — Secondary Education- 
English 
Thomas L. Vetter, B.S. 
Northeast Missouri State 
Teachers College, 1967 
Counselor Education 
Betty S. Yocum, A.B. 

Peru State Teachers College 
(Nebraska), 1943 
Elementary Education 



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Candidates for the 
Certificate of Specialist 



Ralph Mason Holmes, B.S. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 1949; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1954 
Educational Administration 
Thomas Joe Huddleston, B.S. in Ed. 

Washington University (Missouri), 1963; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Educational Administration 
Joan Alexander Irby, B.S. 

University College (Missouri), 1950; M.B.A. 
Washington University (Missouri), 1959 
Counselor Education 
Kenneth W. Morrison, B.A. 

Parsons College (Iowa), 1962; M.A. 
Northeast Missouri State, 1967 
Educational Administration 
Richard W. Negri, B.S. 

Arkansas State College, 1953; M.Ed. 
Wichita State University (Kansas), 1956 
Educational Administration 
Selma Elizabeth Nelson, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1939; M.Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1946 
Educational Administration 



Robert W. Pulcher, B.A. 

Greenville College, 1960; M.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Counselor Education 
Fenton Neil Rice, B.S. 

George Peabody College (Tennessee), 1965; M.S. 

Illinois State University, 1968 
Educational Administration 
Henry John Studnicki, B.S. 

Bradley University (Illinois), 1953; M.S. 

Bradley University (Illinois), 1957 
Edward Dean Whitworth, B.S., Master of Teaching 

Southwestern State College (Oklahoma), 1959, 1967 
Educational Administration 
Joe Ellis Wilkins, A.B. 

Greenville College (Illinois), 1957; Th.B. 

Pentecostal Bible Institute (Mississippi), 1955; M.Ed. 

University of Illinois, 1965 



Candidate Appointed as Second Lieutenant 
in the United States Air Force Reserve 



James Lee Bowles 



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Southern Illinois University 

Distinguished Service Awards 

Katherine Dunham 

Dancer, choreographer, writer and producer has joined academic objectives with the performing arts 
to their mutual enrichment. A graduate of the University of Chicago in social anthropology, she 
did research in the dance of the West Indies, publishing both scholarly and popular articles to focus 
attention on this dance form and its affiliations with the culture of the American Negro. In addition 
to her individual success on the stage and in films and as author of books on Jamaica and Haiti, she 
formed her own dance company, which toured the world bringing to vivid life the results of her 
academic research. As founder of the Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Cultural 
Arts, as a Specialist for the U.S. State Department at the First World Festival of Negro Arts in 
Dakar, Senegal, and as Technical Cultural Adviser to the Senegalese Government, she has con- 
tinued to present Black culture as a source of not only national but international pride. Among her 
awards is the appointment as Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor and Merit of Haiti. Beyond the 
medium of the dance she has achieved wide influence as an exponent of what she terms "radical 
humanism," a total involvement of self in the pursuit of rational alternatives to social disorder. As 
Cultural Affairs Consultant and Director of the Performing Arts Training Center at Southern Illi- 
nois University she has made a significant contribution toward a harmonious society through the use 
of the performing arts. 



Robert H. Levis II 



Banker, rancher, archeologist, but above all a man of compassion who devotes a large part of 
his resources to the betterment of the community. He has contributed generously of time and 
money to help the small businessman, to stimulate a dialogue between the Black and White com- 
munities, and for urban renewal in downtown Alton. By his archeological research he has added to 
our knowledge of the peoples who lived in Southern Illinois before the arrival of the White or Black 
man. His interest in higher education was shown in his efforts to bring Southern Illinois University 
to this area and his activity in raising funds for the purchase of our campus. He is a modest man 
who is willing to give others the credit as long as the job gets done. 



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Necrology 



Joe R. Small 

Associate Professor in the Business Division 

April 7, 1969 



15 



FIELD MARSHALS 

H. Bruce Brubaker 

Daniel F. Havens 

Robert B. Hawkins 



FACULTY MARSHALS 

James M. Comer 
Fritz Marti 



Professors 

Associate Professors 
Assistant Professors 
Instructors and Lecturers 



Leonard B. Wheat 
William B. Baker 
Robert L. Koepke 
W. Max Hansel, Jr. 



DIVISION MARSHALS 



Technical and Adult Education 

Business 

Education 

Fine Arts 

Humanities 

Nursing 

Science and Technology 

Social Sciences 

Graduate School 



Wayne E. Giles 
Arthur E. Hoover 
Olin L. Hileman 
John R. Rider 
Wayland B. Van Syoc 
Mable Grumley Burton 
George V. Poynor 
Melvin E. Kazeck 
John G. Gallaher 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT ARRANGEMENTS 



Bruce Brubaker, Chairman 
George Ackerlund 
Jerome Birdman 
Charles Butler 
Morris Carr 
John Davis 



Herman Driefke 
Harry Kircher 
Boulton Miller 
Lucille McClelland 
William Shaw 
Luther Statler 



USHERS 

Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity 

Alpha Delta Chi Fraternity 

Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority 

Student Nurses Organization 



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Academic Attire 



All candidates for degrees and those who hold 
these degrees, including University officials and 
faculty and visiting dignitaries, are attired in tradi- 
tional cap and gown. Representatives of American 
universities met in 1895 and agreed upon a standard 
style of academic attire for the various degrees. 
This Intercollegiate Code, revised in 1932 and again 
in 1959, is followed today by all American colleges 
and universities except for a few schools which con- 
tinue to use the styles of England. 

CAPS 

Candidates for degrees wear the regulation black 
mortarboard cap with tassel appropriate to the 
school or division from which they are being grad- 
uated, with the exception of those who already hold 
doctor's degrees, who are privileged to wear gold 
tassels. 

The authorized list of tassels follows: 
Baccalaureate and Associate Degrees 

Education — Light Blue 

Liberal Arts — White 

Agriculture — Maize 

Business — Drab 

Communications — Blue 

Fine Arts — Brown 

Music — Pink 

Music Education — Light Blue 

Home Economics — Maroon 

Technology — Orange 

Nursing — Apricot 

VTI-Technology — Orange 

VTI-Business— Drab 

VTI-Art— White 
Master's Degrees 

All fields— Black 
Doctor of Philosophy — Gold 

GOWNS 

The bachelor's gown has a closed front and long, 
pointed, open sleeves. The master's gown has either 
an open or closed front with extremely long, closed 
sleeves, open at the wrist; the end of the oblong 
sleeve is square, with an arc of a circle cut away 
just above the bottom. The doctor's gown may be 
worn open or closed. It has voluminous bell-shaped 
sleeves on which appear three velvet bars (usually 
black, but sometimes in the color of the subject 
area) . 

HOODS 

The master's hood is three and one-half feet long 
with a three-inch-wide velvet edging of the ap- 
propriate color. 

The colors for those master's degrees granted by 
Southern Illinois University are: 

Master of Arts — White 

Master of Business Administration — Drab 

Master of Fine Arts — Brown 



Master of Music — Pink 

Master of Music Education — Pink 

Master of Science — Gold 

Master of Science in Education — Gold 

The lining is in color or colors of the institution 
granting the degree. 

The doctor's hood is easily recognized by a four- 
inch width of velvet edging, the wide panels at 
either side, the greater length, and the full exposure 
of the lining. The colors of the edging most fre- 
quently seen are blue for philosophy, light blue for 
education, green for medicine, purple for laws, 
yellow for science and white for arts and letters. 
The colors of the lining are those of the school 
from which the degree is granted. 

Below are listed a few schools and their colors 
from which faculty appearing in the academic 
procession have received degrees: 
University of Alabama — Crimson and White 
Arizona State University — Maroon and Gold 
University of Arizona — National Red and Blue 
University of Arkansas — Cardinal and White 
Auburn University — Burnt Orange, Royal Blue 
Boston University — Scarlet and White 
Bradley University — Red and White 
Brandeis University — Wedgewood Blue 
Bryn Mawr — Old Gold and White 
University of California — Gold and Yale Blue 
California Institute of Technology — Orange and 

White 
Carnegie Institute of Technology — Carnegie Tartan 
University of Chicago — Maroon 
University of Cincinnati — Red and Black 
Clark University — White and Emerald Green 
Colorado School of Mines — Light Navy and Silver 

Gray 
Colorado State College of Education — Old Gold 

and Purple 
Colorado State University — Pumpkin Yellow and 

Alfalfa Green 
University of Colorado — Gold and Silver Gray 
Columbia University — Light Blue and White 
University of Connecticut — National Flag Blue and 

White 
Cornell University — Carnelian and White 
University of Delaware — Blue and Golden Yellow 
University of Denver — Crimson and Gold 
Duke University — Yale Blue and White 
Emory University — Blue and Gold 
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy — Brown and 

Blue 
Florida State University — Garnet and Gold 
University of Florida — Orange and Blue 
George Peabody College for Teachers — Garnet and 

Turquoise 
George Washington University — Dark Blue and 

Buff 
Harvard University — Crimson 
University of Houston — Red and White 



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University of Illinois — Navy Blue and Orange 
Illinois Institute of Technology — Scarlet and Silver 

Gray 
Indiana University — Crimson and Cream 
University of Iowa — Old Gold 
Iowa State University of Science and Technology — 

Old Gold and Cardinal 
The John Hopkins University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Kansas — Blue and White 
Kansas State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Yellow Gold and Crimson 
University of Kentucky — Blue and White 
Lehigh University — Brown and White 
Louisiana State University and Agriculture and 

Mechanical College — Purple and Gold 
University of Kentucky, Louisville — Cardinal 
Loyola University ( Chicago ) — Maroon and Gold 
University of Maryland — Black and Old Gold 
University of Massachusetts — Maroon and White 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Cardinal 

and Silver Gray 
University of Miami — Orange, White, and Green 
University of Michigan — Maze and Azure Blue 
Michigan State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Green and White 
University of Minnesota — Old Gold and Maroon 
University of Missouri — Old Gold and Black 
Montana State University — Copper and Silver-Gold 
University of Nebraska — Scarlet and Cream 
University of New Mexico — Silver Gray and Cherry 

Red 
New York University — Violet 
North Carolina State University — Red and White 
University of North Carolina — Columbia Blue and 

White 
Northwestern University — Purple and Gold 
Notre Dame University — Old Gold and Royal Blue 
Ohio State University — Scarlet and Gray 
Oklahoma State University — Orange and Black 
University of Oklahoma — Crimson and Cream 
Oregon State University — Burnt Orange 
University of Oregon — Lemon and Emerald Green 
University of Pennsylvania — Red and Blue 
The Pennsylvania State University — Dark Blue and 

White 
University of Pittsburgh — Navy Blue and Gold 
Princeton University — Orange and Black 
Purdue University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Rochester — Dandelion Yellow 
Rutgers University — Scarlet 
Saint Louis University — White and Yale Blue 
University of South Dakota — Red 
University of Southern California — Gold and Cardi- 
nal 



Southern Illinois University — Maroon and White 

Stanford University — Cardinal 

Syracuse University — Orange 

Temple University — White and Cherry 

Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University — 

Maroon and White 
Texas Technical College — Scarlet and Black 
Texas Woman's University — Olive Green and Light 

Blue 
University of Utah — Red and White 
University of Virginia — Navy Blue and Orange 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute — Orange and Maroon 
Washington State University — Crimson and Silver 

Gray 
Washington University — Green and Red 
University of Washington — Purple and Gold 
Wayne State University — Forest Green and Old 

Gold 
West Virginia University — Old Gold and Navy Blue 
Western Reserve University — White and Scarlet 
University of Wisconsin — Cardinal 
University of Wyoming — Brown and Yellow 
Yale University — Yale Blue 

Universities outside the United States from which 
faculty members have received doctor's degrees: 

Allahabad University 

Budapest University 

Interamerican University, Mexico 

Ludvig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany 

National University of Mexico 

Oxford University 

Patna University 

Philips University of Marburg, Germany 

Stephen Tisza, Hungary 

University of Amsterdam 

University of Barcelona 

University of Bombay 

University of Delhi 

University of Free Ukraine, Munich, Germany 

University of Freiburg 

University of Glasgow 

University of Goettingen 

University of Havana 

University of Liverpool 

University of Madrid 

University of Munich 

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Southern Illinois University 



CARBONDALE, ILLINOIS 




OBJECTIVES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



TO EXALT BEAUTY 

In God, 

in nature, and 
in art; 
Teaching how to love the best 

but to keep the human touch; 

TO ADVANCE LEARNING 

In all lines of truth 

wherever they may lead, 
Showing how to think 

rather than what to think. 
Assisting the powers 

of the mind 
In their self-development; 

TO FORWARD IDEAS AND IDEALS 

In our democracy, 
Inspiring respect for others 

as for ourselves, 
Ever promoting freedom 

with responsibility; 

TO BECOME A CENTER OF ORDER AND LIGHT 

That knowledge may lead 

to understanding 
And understanding 

to wisdom. 



Commencement 

August 30, 1969 



Board of Trustees 



Southern Illinois University operates under the jurisdiction of a Board of Trustees created by a 
Charter granted by the Illinois General Assembly. The Board consists of seven members appointed by 
the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Instruction who serves as an ex officio member. Mem- 
bers are appointed for terms of six years. 

Mr. Lindell W. Sturgis, Chairman Metropolis 

Mr. Harold R. Fischer, Vice-Chairman Granite City 

Mr. Melvin C. Lockard, Secretary Mattoon 

Dr. Martin V. Brown Carbondale 

Mr. Ivan A. Elliott, Jr Carmi 

Mr. F. Guy Hitt Benton 

Mr. Eugene T. Simonds Carbondale 

Honorable Ray Page (Ex officio) Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 



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The University 



southern Illinois university was established 
in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal University. 
The shortened name became official in 1947 by 
action of the state legislature. 

In 1874 the first building on the campus at 
Carbondale was completed, financed by state- 
appropriated funds and contributions from citi- 
zens of Jackson County. In the fall of that year, 
the first regular academic year for the school, 
150 students were enrolled. The student popula- 
tion has increased steadily and now exceeds 31,- 
000. 

For some years after its establishment, South- 
ern Illinois University operated as a two-year 
normal school. In 1907 it became a four-year, 
degree-granting institution, though continuing 
its two-year course until 1936. In 1943, after a 
vigorous campaign led by President Roscoe Pul- 
liam, the state legislature changed the institu- 
tion, which had been in theory exclusively a 
teacher-training school, into a university, thereby 
taking official recognition of the great demand in 
the area for diversified training. 

The action of the legislature led to establish- 
ing colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Vocations and Professions, offering 
the Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor 
of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Grad- 
uate work was instituted in 1943 and the Grad- 
uate School was formally established in 1948. At 
this time it was authorized to grant the Master 
of Arts and Master of Science degrees in addi- 
tion to the Master of Science in Education. In 
1952 the Master of Fine Arts degree was added 
to the list, the Doctor of Philosophy in 1955, 
and in 1956 the Master of Music and the Master 
of Music Education. The divisions of Communi- 
cations, Fine Arts, and Rural Studies were 
established in 1953, and in 1955 became the 
schools of Communications, Fine Arts, and Agri- 
culture, respectively. The College of Vocations 
and Professions was dissolved, and a School of 
Business was created in 1956. In 1957 the De- 
partment of Home Economics became the School 
of Home Economics. In 1959 the Department of 
Applied Science became the School of Applied 
Science, which, in 1961, was renamed the School 
of Technology to include the engineering pro- 
grams. The growth of classes for adults and for 
those seeking technical training led to the estab- 



lishment in 1953 of the Division of Technical 
and Adult Education, of which the Vocational- 
Technical Institute is a part. The Department of 
Nursing was established in 1955. 

The Small Business Institute was established 
in 1954, and the Community Development In- 
stitute was established in 1956. The Labor, Latin 
American, and Rehabilitation institutes were 
created in 1957, the Transportation Institute in 
1960, and the Center for the Study of Crime, 
Delinquency, and Corrections in 1961. 

In 1949 the Belleville Residence Center was 
established. Then, because of the growing de- 
mand for educational opportunities in the Madi- 
son-St. Clair counties area, the University estab- 
lished the Alton Residence Center and the East 
St. Louis Residence Center in 1957. In 1959 the 
Southwestern Illinois agencies were organized 
into a unit coordinate with the Carbondale Cam- 
pus. These two units are now named the Car- 
bondale Campus and the Edwardsville Campus. 
Classes were first held on the new Edwardsville 
Campus in 1965, with instruction continuing at 
the Alton and East St. Louis centers. 

The Edwardsville Campus instructional or- 
ganization consists of the Business Division, 
Education Division, Fine Arts Division, Humani- 
ties Division, Science and Technology Division, 
Social Sciences Division, and the Department of 
Nursing, in which an undergraduate student may 
choose one of thirty-three different concentra- 
tions leading to a bachelor's degree. Graduate 
students may choose concentrations leading to 
the following degrees: Master of Arts, Master 
of Business Administration, Master of Music 
Education, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Sci- 
ence, and Master of Science in Education. The 
Certificate of Specialist is available for persons 
in education who wish to study beyond the mas- 
ter's degree. 

The presidents of the University have been 

Robert Allyn 1874-1892 

John Hull 1892-1893 

Harvey W. Everest 1893-1897 

Daniel B. Parkinson 1897-1913 

Henry W. Shryock 1913-1935 

Roscoe Pulliam 1935-1944 

Chester F. Lay 1945-1948 

Delyte W. Morris 1948- 



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Order of the Exercises 



PROCESSIONAL 

Processional March 



William H. Harris 



INVOCATION 

The Reverend Loyd C. Sumner Pastor, Olivet Freewill Baptist Church 

Carbondale 



REMARKS BY THE CHANCELLOR 

Chancellor Robert MacVicar, Ph.D. 



CONFERRING OF THE ADVANCED DEGREES 

Chancellor Robert MacVicar, Ph.D. 



Presentation of Candidates 



Martin V. Brown, M.D. 

Board of Trustees 

Professor Clarence W. Stephens, Ph.D. 
Special Assistant to the President 

Professor Willis E. Malone, Ph.D. 
Assistant to the Chancellor 



CONFERRING OF THE BACCALAUREATE AND ASSOCIATE DEGREES 

Chancellor Robert MacVicar, Ph.D. 



Presentation of Candidates 



Professor Willis E. Malone, Ph.D. 
Assistant to the Chancellor 



College of Education 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

School of Agriculture 

School of Business 

School of Communications 

School of Fine Arts 

School of Home Economics 

School of Technology 

Division of Technical and Adult Education 



IV 



RECOGNITION OF FACULTY RETIRING AND NECROLOGY 

ALMA MATER CLARK MORGAN-DAUM 

BENEDICTION THE REVEREND LOYD C. SUMNER 

RECESSIONAL 

Trumpet Voluntary in D major John Stanley 



The audience is asked to remain at their seats until the faculty and graduates have 

completed the recessional. 



Granting of Degrees 



This list contains the names of candidates for degrees, the granting of which is contingent upon the 
successful completion of all the requirements for the degree. 

One asterisk after name indicates candidate is being graduated with honors, two asterisks indicate 
high honors, and three asterisks indicate highest honors. Persons graduating with highest honors are 
awarded life memberships in the Alumni Association. 

Names of candidates in attendance will be read by professor isaac p. brackett. 

Organist Marianne webb, Assistant Professor, Department of Music. 



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Distinguished Service Award 
The Honorable Kenneth J. Gray, Member of Congress 

In recognition of his years of important service to the people of southern Illinois as a member of 
the Congress of the United States; his contributions towards the economic and social growth of the 
area; his important influence nationally as a member of the Public Works Committee and more 
recently the House Administration Committee of the House of Representatives of the Congress of 
the United States; his direction of the development of a national tourist center in Washington, 
D.C.; his support and assistance in the growth of Southern Illinois University; and the distinction 
he has brought to his community, West Frankfort, and to all of southern Illinois during his service 
in Congress since being first elected, November 2, 1954. 



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Doctor of Science 

Thomas Kirk Cureton, Jr. 
B.S., B.P.E., M.P.E., M.A., Ph.D., D. Sc, F.A.C.S.M. 

Educated at Yale University (Sheffield Scientific School), Springfield College and Columbia Uni- 
versity; presently Professor of Physical Education and Director of the Physical Fitness Research 
Laboratory at the University of Illinois. 

Vigorous participant; articulate spokesman and author; indefatigable researcher; substantial con- 
tributor to the understanding of the physical dimension of man and thus to the confluence of 
elements which comprise the total man. 

International author, conference keynoter and lecturer on the essentials of physical education for 
youth, occupational health, and sports; extensive developer of objective methods of testing motor 
fitness, appraising human physique, cardiovascular fitness, and aquatic performance. 

Cited by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the National Council of the 
YMCA, American Physiological Society, American Physical Anthropological Association, Royal 
Society of Health of England, United States Armed Forces, the American Dental Association, the 
American Medical Association, the Boys Club of America, the United States Olympic Committee 
and the President of the United States. 

Program and research director of the National YMCA Aquatic Congresses for twenty-five years; 
recipient of the Roberts-Gulick Award for Distinguished Leadership in the YMCA's of the United 
States, the Thomas P. Hinman Medallion for Leadership in Dental Progress, and the Distinguished 
Alumnus Award of Springfield College; Founding Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine. 

Consultant on physical fitness to President Eisenhower's, President Kennedy's and President 
Johnson's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports; to the U.S. Air Forces Headquarters Command; 
to NASA; to the Ministry of Nationalist China. 

Author and co-author of forty books and over four hundred scholarly articles, he has contributed 
more research to his field than any single author; supervisor of over seven hundred graduate theses 
and dissertations from which have radiated many prominent research scholars who have in turn 
projected his philosophy and methods throughout the world. His impact is immeasurable and his 
influence through his own work and indirectly through the work of his students and others who 
have come into contact with him has touched the lives of millions. 



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Candidates for the Degree 
Doctor of Philosophy 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



Lonnie Shelby, Acting Dean 

Ronald G. Hansen, Marshal 

Stanley Zucker, Asst. Marshal 



Moses Ekpo Akpan, B.A., M.A. 
Capital University (Ohio) , 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Government 

African Strategies in the United Nations (1960- 
1966) 
Anne Gabbard Alley, B.A. 
University of Kentucky, 1965 
Texas Woman's University 

A Demographic Study of the 1967 Gubernatorial 
Campaign Speaking of Louie Broady Nunn 
Brian Michael Austin, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 
Monmouth College (Illinois), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Education 

The Effects of Group Supervisor Roles on Prac- 
ticum Students' Interview Behavior 
William Joseph Bach, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1958, 1959 
Education 

A Study of the North Central Association's Re- 
evaluation Program in Twenty Illinois High 
Schools 
R. Ralph Bedwell, A.B., M.S. 

Evansville College (Indiana), 1941 
Syracuse University (New York) , 1942 
Education 

A Comparative Study of the Service Roles and 
Related Policy Opinions of Deans of Schools of 
Business 
James W. Biggs, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1949, 1965 
Speech 

A Rhetorical Analysis of the Speechmaking of 
Adlai Stevenson Inside and Outside the United 
Nations on Major Issues During the 17, 18 and 
19th Sessions of the General Assembly 
Douglas G. Bock, A.B., M.A. 

Bradley University (Illinois), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Speech 

The Impact of Rating Errors on the Use of Rat- 
ing Scales in Selected Experiments in Oral Com- 
munication Research 
Romeo Villar Carleta, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ed. S. 
Philippine Normal College (Philippines), 1959 
State College of Iowa, 1966 
University of Northern Iowa, 1967 
Education 

Ungraded Primary School Practices in Selected 
Public School Districts in Illinois 



Craig C. Chase 

New York State College 
Colgate University (New York) 
Education 

Changes in Attitude Toward Outdoor Education 
by Teachers and Administrators after Participa- 
tion in the Cooperative Outdoor Education Proj- 
ect, Title III. E.S.E.A. 
Wan-Fu Chi, B.A. 

Taiwan Provincial Chung Hsing University 
(Formosa), 1962 
Economics 

Multiple Goals Ranking in a Firm 
James D. Clemmons, B.S., M.S. 

Indiana State University, 1961, 1962 
Education 

An Analysis of Professional Laboratory Experi- 
ences Provided Prior to Student Teaching in 
Secondary Teacher Education Programs of Se- 
lected Institutions in Illinois 
William E. Connett, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Education 

The Relationship of Selected Personological, 
Context, and Focal Stimulus Variables to Cogni- 
tive Test Performance: A Theoretic Framework 
and Experimental Study 
Joyce Sturm Crouse, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1954, 1958 
Home Economics 

The Evaluation of an In-Service Training Course 
in Home Economics for Professional Caseworkers 
Keith R. David, B.A., M.A. 

Oklahoma Baptist University, 1954 
University of Wichita (Kansas), 1962 
Philosophy 

Percept and Concept in William James 
William Orrington Dwyer, B.A., M.A. 
College of Wooster (Ohio), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

Effect of Monocular Adapting Field Wavelength 
on the Magnitude of the Pulfirch Stereophe- 
nomenon for Targets of Various Wavelengths 
Samuel A. Floyd, Jr., B.S., M. Mus. Ed. 
Florida A & M University, 1957 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Education 

The Implications of John Dewey's Theory 
of Appreciation for the Teaching of Music 
Appreciation 



Paul Lewis Fore, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 

Northwest Missouri State College, 1957 
Iowa State College, 1959 
Zoology 

Responses of Freshwater Fishes to Artificial 
Light 

Betty Jo Freeman, M.A. 

Mercer University (Georgia) 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 — Psychology 

The Role of Reinforcement Frequency in Produc- 
ing Contrast Effects on a Multiple Schedule of 
Positive Reinforcement 

James Anderson Fulton, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1962, 1965 
Education 

Effects of Immediate and Delayed Information 
Feedback on Change of Student Designated 
Certain and Uncertain Response 

E. Scott Geller, B.A., M.A. 

College of Wooster (Ohio) , 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Psychology 

Dimensions of Expectancy in a Choice Reaction 
Time Experiment 

Mohammed Jamil Hanifi, B.S., M.A. 
Michigan State University, 1960, 1962 
Anthropology 

Islam and the Transformation of Culture 

Norma Jean Havlin, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964, 1965 
Education 

The Relationship Between Teacher Expectancy 
and the Behavior of First and Second Grade 
Students Identified as Behavior Problems 

Linda R. Heun, B.S., M.S. 

Kent State University (Ohio) , 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Speech 

Speech Rating as a Self -Evaluative Behavior: 
Its Insight and the Influence of Others 

Richard E. Heun, B.S., M.S. 

Carroll College (Wisconsin), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Speech 

Inference in the Process of Cognitive Decision- 
Making 

John Ballard Humma, A.B., M.A. 

George Washington University (Washington, D. C), 

1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
English 

From Transcendental to Descendental: The Ro- 
mantic Thought of Blake, Nietzsche, Lawrence 

Harry Elmer Jacobson, B.S. in Bus., M.S. in Ed. 
Shurtleff College (Illinois), 1951 
Southern Illinois University, 1953 
Education 

A Follow-Up Study of the Business Education 
Graduates of Southern Illinois University for the 
Years 1963-1968 

Norma Jean Jose, A.B. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Harris Teachers College (Missouri), 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Education 

Teacher-Pupil Interaction as it Relates to At- 
tempted Changes in Teacher Expectancy of Aca- 
demic Ability and Achievements 



Alice Pixley Koenecke, B.S., M.S. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1958 
University of Illinois, 1962 
Home Economics 

Selection of Home Economics Teachers for Jun- 
ior Colleges, with Emphasis on Food and Nutri- 
tion Programs 
Harold F. Lewing, A.B. in Ed.. M.S., M.A. in Ed. 
Northwest State College (Louisiana), 1947 
East Texas Baptist College, 1954 
George Peabody College for Teachers (Tennessee), 
1963 

Education 

An Evaluation of a Summer Head Start Program 
Chi Yung Lin, B.A. 

Tunghai University (Formosa), 1961 
Government 

The Quemoy-Matsu Crises: A Study of Ameri- 
can Policy 
Richard Howard Maxwell, B.A., A.M.T. 
Wabash College (Indiana), 1950 
Indiana University, 1959 
Botany 

The Genus Dioclea (Fabaceae) in the New 
World 
Edward Ferrell McClain, A.B., M.A. 
West Virginia University, 1961 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Philosophy 

Paul Taylor's Theory of Justification 
Paul S. McNamara, M.S. in Ed. 

University of Bridgeport (Connecticut) 
Southern Illinois University, 1969 
Education 

Legal and Financial Aspects of Fee Assessment 
in Illinois Public High Schools 
Otis Deloid Morgan, A.B., M.S. in Ed. 
University of Illinois, 1954 
Southern Illinois University, 1960 
Education 

An Analysis of Teaching Sequencing and Order- 
ing in Reading By Various Methods to Advan- 
taged and Disadvantaged Third Grade Pupils 
Richard Ream Mussard, M.A. 
West Virginia University 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Philosophy 

Frege's Theory of the Foundations of Language 
Allan Bernhardt Okey, B.S., M.S. 
Wisconsin State College, 1962 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Physiology 

Estrogen Parameters in Mammary Carcinogen- 
esis in Mice 

Paul E. Rasmussen, A.B., M.A. 
Carthage College (Illinois), 1947 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Philosophy 

Descartes' World Hypothesis 
John Martin Reising, B.S., M.A. 
Xavier University (Ohio), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Psychology 

The Effects of Success and Failure on Goal Set- 
ting and Performance of Subjects Differentiated 
According to Several Personality Characteristics 
Charlotte Joan Revelle, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1956 
Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Home Economics 

Written Materials for Low Income Homemakers 



Ward Arthur Riley, Jr., B.A., M.S. 
Kalamazoo College (Michigan), 1964 
Michigan State University, 1966 
Molecular Science (Physics) 

Acoustically Induced Optical Anistropy in Pure 
Liquids 

Terrence Michael Rohen, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
Xavier University (Ohio), 1965 
Indiana University, 1967 
Education 

Differential Effects of Modeling on the Reduc- 
tion of Physical Aggression in the Elementary 
School Classroom 

Helen Ruth Harris Sands, B.A., M.S. 
University of Vermont, 1956 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Speech 

The Rhetoric of Survival in the Atomic Age: 
From Hiroshima to the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty 

Ronald Dean Schaefer, B.A., M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963, 1965 
Chemistry 

Kinetic Studies on Selected Meerwein-Ponndorf- 
Verley Reaction Systems 

Alma Elvira Shufflebarger, B.A., M.S. 
Radford College (Virginia) , 1953, 1965 
Education 

The Effects of Color in Activities on Action 
Running Figure Drawings of Fifth Grade 
Children 

Robert Louis Stevenson, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1957, 1965 
Education 

The Effects of a Supplementary Programmed 
Textbook on Transfer of Training to Particular 
Geologic Interpretations: An Experimental Study 



Samuel J. Taber, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1954 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Education 

A Study of Appraisals of the PhD in Education 
Program at Southern Illinois University by Doc- 
toral Degree Recipients, 1960-1968 
Kokab Taj, B. Ed. in Home Ec, M.S. in Home Ec. 
University of the Panjab (Pakistan), 1962, 1963 
Home Economics 

A Comparative Study of the Attitudes of Mar- 
ried Women and College Students Toward Fam- 
ily Planning in a Selected Community of Hyder- 
abad, West Pakistan 
Loel Verble, Jr., B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1957, 1958 
Education 

The Identification of Factors which are Charac- 
teristic of Students in Remedial Classes of the 
Anna Elementary School District in Southern 
Illinois 
William Michael Vicars, B.A., M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961, 1966 
Psychology 

Reaction Time to Incremental and Decremental 
Target- Luminance Changes at Various Back- 
ground Levels 

David Allen Wasmund, B.S. 

University of Washington, 1964 
Chemistry 

The Synthesis of the Group IV IV. Transition 
Metal Chlorides in Their Low Oxidation States 
by the Reduction with Alkali Metals in Pyridine 
William Robert Whiteside, B.S., M.S. 
Illinois State University, 1954, 1960 
Education 

Special Education and the Courts 1893-1968 



IN ABSENTIA 



Isik Ataman, B.S., M.A. 

Middle East Technical University (Turkey), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Psychology 

Effects of Dimensional Dominance and Over- 
training on Discrimination Learning Shift Per- 
formance of Children 

Carl Walter Bollwinkel, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 
Concordia Teachers College (Illinois), 1954 
Southern Illinois University, 1958 
Botany 

A Revision of South American Species of AS- 
CLEPIAS L. 

Fred Cosentino, B.S., M.A. 
State University of Iowa, 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Psychology 

Performance Differences as a Function of Mar- 
lowe-Crowne Social Desirability Scale Scores in 
a Situation where Gaining Experimenter Ap- 
proval and Maintaining Self-Esteem are in 
Conflict 

Richard Earl Creel, B.A., B.D., M.A. 
Millsaps College (Mississippi), 1961 
Yale University Divinity School (Connecticut), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Philosophy 

Dewey's Theory of the Common Good 



Thorsten A. Fjellstedt, B.S., M.S. 
Carroll College (Wisconsin), 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Microbiology 

Lysine Metabolism in Saccharomyces.I. Meta- 
bolic Conversion of Aminadipic Acid to Lysine 

Jerry Charles Gross, B.A., M.A. 
Michigan State University, 1964 
University of Arizona, 1966 
Education 

The Development and Validation of a Test of 
Kinesio-Perceptual Ability 

Laszlo Hanzely, B.S. in Ag., M.S. 
Colorado State University, 1962 
Botany 

A Comparative Electron Microscopic Study of 
the Fine Structure and Distribution of Micro- 
tubules and Nuclear Pores in Digitonin-Treated 
and Untreated Allium sativum Meristematic 
Cells 

Tah-Kai Hu, M.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Mathematics 

Stone Duality for Primal Algebra Theory 
Robert Leo Jarvis, B.S., M.S. 

Humboldt State College (California), 1963, 1965 
Zoology 

Ecological and Physiological Aspects of Soybean 
Impaction in Canada Geese 



Malcolm L. Kahn, B.A., M.A. 

John Hopkins University (Maryland), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Psychology 

Nonverbal Communication as a Factor in Marital 
Satisfaction 
Richard Leo Lanigan, Jr. 
University of New Mexico 
Speech 

Speaking and Semiology: Maurice Merleau- 
Ponty's Phenomenological Theory of Existen- 
tial Communication 
Maurice Foss Lokensgard, B.A., M.A. 
Montana State University, 1958, 1959 
Speech 

Bert Hansen's Use of the Historical Pageant as 
a Form of Persuasion 
Robert Douglas Lyng, B.A. 

St. Olaf College (Minnesota), 1961 
Zoology 

Studies on Polarity, Locomotion, Adhesion and 
Electrophoretic Patterns of the Differentiating 
Cells of the Peripheral Ring Blastema in the 
Outgrowing Yolk Sac Membrane of the Chick 
Barry Wayne McCarthy, B.S., M.A. 
Loyola University (Illinois), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

Effect of Need for Approval and Self-Concept 
Scores on the Measurement of Adjustment 



David Lee Miller, A.B., M.A. 
West Virginia University, 1962 
Southern Illinois University. 1965 
Philosophy 

Value and Some Key but Unfinished Doctrines 
in Whitehead's Philosophy 
John R. Sherman, M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Speech 

Eric Hass of the Socialist Labor Party: An 
Analysis of His Advocacy on the Issue of Labor 
for Four Presidential Campaigns 
Malcolm J. Voelz, B.S., M.A. 
Wisconsin State College, 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Psychology 

Effects of Cognitive Complexity and Training on 
Clinical Judgment Ability and Confidence 
Robert H. Young, B.A., M.A. 
Coe College (Iowa), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

The Effects of Target Luminance and Exposure 
Duration on Binocular Depth Discrimination 



Candidates for the 
Certificate of Specialist 



Wanda Bramlet, B. Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1938, 1953 
Elementary Education 



Virginia Faye Prince, B.A., M. Ed. 

Northeast Louisiana State College, 1956 
Southwest Louisiana College, 1959 
Elementary Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Joan H. Al-Najjar, B.S., M. Ed. 
West Virginia University, 1961 
University of Virginia, 1962 
Elementary Education 






Candidates for the Master's Degree 



MASTER OF ARTS 



M. Frances Abrams, A.B. 

Berea College (Kentucky), 1945 
English 
Helen Irene Alexander, B.A. 

Houghton College (New York), 
1966— English 
Richard A. Askeland, A.B. 
Augustana College (Illinois), 
1961 — Geography 
Michael Louis Austin, B.A. 
Mount Carmel College 
(Ontario), 1966— English 

Ramsey David Badre 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
(New York) — Economics 
Lawrence Elmer Barry, Jr., A.B. 
St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1950— Philosophy 
Stuart Havilah Beardsley 

Illinois Wesleyan University 
Physiology 
Fannie Elizabeth Bergmann, B.S. 
Pestalozzi Froebel Teachers 
College (Illinois), 1965— Art 
Patricia E. Woodrome Bigard, 
B.S. in Ed., Eastern Illinois 
University, 1966 — French 
John Anthony Bilello, B.S. 

City College of New York, 1966 
Microbiology 
DeVerney Bobb Nelson, Licenciate 
of Educ, University of Zulia 
(Venezuela), 1963— English 
as a Foreign Language 
Clarence A. Buhr, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Economics 

Ruth Ann Burns Calef 

North Central College (Illinois) 
Psychology 
Gary Dean Carlson, B.S. 

Millikin University (Illinois), 
1966 — Chemistry 
George Russell Carpenter, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Sociology 
Kenneth Amon Carter, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Government 
Justin T. C. Chen, B.A. 

Soochow University (Formosa), 
1967 — English as a Foreign 
Language 
Robert Patrick Clarke, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Zoology 
Ronald Dean Coleman, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — English as a Foreign 
Language 



William Eugene Cotter, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Physiology 

Venus Eugenia Deonanan 

Utah State University — Spanish 

Oumar Dia, Etudes Superieures 
Ecole Normal Superieur (Mali) 
English as a Foreign Language 

John Raymond Diekman 

St. Louis University (Missouri) 
Speech 
Robert Floyd Edwards 
Hope College (Michigan) 
Zoology 
Joan Fricks Ferrell, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967— English 
Connie Clay Fulghum, A.B. 
University of Georgia, 1964 
English as a Foreign 
Language 
Henry Louis Gardner, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Government 
George S. Gilley, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Government 
Mark Reed Harrison, B.A. 
University of Evansville 
(Indiana), 1966 — History 
Richard Sanders Herman, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Sociology 
Martha Elaine Johnson, B.A. 
Texas Women's University, 
1968— History 
M. C. Kailasapathy, B.A. 
Malaya Teachers College 

English as a Foreign Language 
Marie Terese Kernahan, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— English 
Kinyua D. Koine 

Mount Union College (Ohio) 
Government 
LiJriong Lilly Liu 

National Taiwan University 
(Formosa) — English as a 
Foreign Language 
James David Martin, B.A. 

Tarkio College (Missouri), 1966 
Government 
Douglas Britton McDonald 
University of Wyoming 
Geography 
Concepcion Mejia, Bachelors 
University of Honduras 
Economics 
Masano Miyasako 

Rockford College (Illinois) 

English as a Foreign Language 



Anjali Nanda 

University of Bombay (India) 
German 

Michael Ray Olson, A.B. 

Augustana College (Illinois), 
1967— Sociology 

Andrew John Papiz, B.A. 
University of Minnesota 
History 

Darryl Ronnie Peterson, B.S. 
Wheaton College (Illinois), 
1966— Zoology 

Irving LeGrande Piper, B.A. 
Mankato State College 

(Minnesota), 1968 — English 

Charles Stephen Ross, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964— History 

Madelon R. Schlang, A.B. 

Miami University (Ohio) , 1966 
Anthropology 

John Edwin Schwegman, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964— Bo tany 

Jae-il Shim, B.A. 

Kongju National Teachers 
College (Korea), 1964 
English as a Foreign 
Language 
Robert Thomas Sigler, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964— Sociology 
James A. Smithson, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966— Zoology 
Terry Rea Smothers, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964— English 
Roger Alton Stafford, B.A. 
Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1964 — Journalism 
Theresa Steingruby, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — English as a Foreign 
Language 
Lawrence John Stoeckel, B.A. 
Seton Hall University (New 
Jersey), 1967 — English 
Sakutaro Takahashi, B.A. 
Tokyo University of Foreign 
Studies (Japan), 1965 
English as a Foreign 
Language 
Jack Tanaka, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Behavior Modification 

Charles William Venable, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1960— Physics 



Dianna L. Vergin, B.A. 

Purdue University (Indiana), 
1968 — English as a Foreign 
Language 
Wayne E. Weidemann, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Geography 



Andrew Jay Wheeler, B.A. 
Reed College (Oregon), 1966 
Behavior Modification 
Yeu-Quang Wong, B.A. 

New Asia College (Hong Kong), 
1965 — Ph ilosophy 



Ronald Wu, B.S. 

University of Maryland, 1965 
Psychology 



IN ABSENTIA 



Ana S. Acuna, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965— Spanish 
Falih Abdul Karim Al-Shaikhly, 
B. of Comm. & Eeon., M.A., 
University of Baghdad (Iraq), 
1962 
North Dakota State University, 
1965 — Economics 

Theodore Paul Bartell 

Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois ) — Sociology 
Willy D. Baum, B.A. 

Wisconsin State University, 1967 
Economics 
Peter B. Buerger, B.S. 

City College of New York, 1965 
Psychology 
Henry Burns, Jr., B.S., M.Ed. 
Eastern Kentucky State College, 

1959 
Miami University (Ohio), 1964 
Government 
Russell Taylor Church 

Memphis State University 
Speech 
Daniel E. Clark, A.B., B.D. 
Syracuse University (New 

York), 1958 
Seabury-Western Theological 
Seminary (Illinois), 1961 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Robert Calvin Cluster, B.A. 
Long Beach State College 
(California), 1962 
Government 
Henry Jeffrey Davis, B.A. 
Butler University (Indiana), 
1967— Psychology 
Ronald Gray Dean 

East Carolina Teachers College 
(North Carolina) — Physics 
W. A. M. J. P. Delgoda, B.A. 

University of London (England), 
1949— Sociology 
Joan Anne Donnelly, A.B. 

College of New Rochelle (New 
York), 1955 — English as a 
Foreign Language 
May-Alice Eason, B.S. 

Fairleigh-Dickinson University 
(New Jersey), 1964 — Zoology 
John Patrick Finn 

Manhattan College (New York) 
Psychology 
Robert John Friebus 

Concordia Teachers College 
( Illinois ) — Sociology 



Charles L. Gibbs, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Spanish 
Mary Jean Gross, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965— English 
Paul J. Hanson, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Behavior Modification 
Elizabeth Harding, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— History 

Stephen L. Hardy, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Psychology 
James Alan Harp 

University of Illinois — Botany 
Marilyn Alice Hengst, B.A. 
Principia College (Illinois), 
1968— Theater 
Katsuichi Hoshi, B.A. 

Western Michigan University, 
1965 — Geography 
Deanna Faye Hudson, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1967 
English 
Won Huh, B.A. 

Ewha Women's University 
(Korea), 1956 — English as a 
Foreign Language 
Z. J. Hymel IV, B.A. 

Louisiana State University, 1966 
Theater 

Dulzaura G. Issa, B.B.A. 

University of Puerto Rico, 1963 
Spanish 
Richard Keethers, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1961 — Behavior Modification 
Robert Allen Kirsch, B.A. 
Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois), 1966— History 
Neil Michael Kirschner, B.S. 
University of Maryland, 1967 
Psychology 
Frank John Kreft, Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965— Theater 
Mary Jane Aikman Lindley, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Sociology 
James French Liotta 
Marquette University 

(Wisconsin) — Philosophy 
David E. Luke 

University of Minnesota 
Behavior Modification 



Per Lysvag, Cand. Phil. 

University of Oslo (Norway), 
1967 — English as a Foreign 
Language 
Earl Richard McHewitt 

Marshall University (West 
Virginia) — Psychology 

Richard Francis Joseph Marchand 
St. Francis Xavier College 
(Nova Scotia, Canada) 
English 

Frederick R. Maxwell, Jr., B.A. 
Texas Technological College, 
1967 — Psychology 
Sarah Louise Moore, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964— English 
James John Nagle, B.A. 
College of the Holy Cross 
( Massachusetts ) — English 
Cynthia Jean Nagy, B.A. 

Purdue University (Indiana), 
1965 — English as a Foreign 
Language 

Cedric Hung-chao Pan, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Philosophy 
John W. Patterson, Jr., B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Government 
Antero Pietila, Certif. 
University of Tampere 
(Finland) — Journalism 
Robert L. Ponce 

Western Illinois University 
History 

Claud Dwayne Price, A.B. 

MacMurray College (Illinois), 
1963 — Mathematics 
Bryant Covert Schattle, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Philosophy 
Robert Charles Schutte, B.A. 
University of Illinois 
Behavior Modification 
Rudy Ray Seward, B.S. 

Northeast Missouri Teachers 
College, 1966— Sociology 
Linda Scharf Taylor, B.A. 

University of Alberta (Canada), 
1964— Sociology 

Bruno A. Walke, A.B. 

University of Illinois, 1961 — 
Geography 
Dennis Whitling, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Philosophy 



Mary Michael Brzezinski Winn, 
B.S., Spring Hill College 
(Alabama). 1967— English 



Woodrow Wilson Zenfell, Jr. 

Northwestern University 
( Illinois) — Governmen t 



Suzanne M. Zuehsow 

Capital University (Ohio) 
Zoology 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Lawrence Edson Marshall, B.A. 
Muskingum College (Ohio) , 
1964 — Business Administration 

Rafael G. Murillo 

University of Veracruz (Mexico) 
Business Administration 



Charles Roy O'Neal, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1951 
Business Administration 
Thomas Joe Presswood, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 



James Garrick Vanderhye, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 
James W. Vodak, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Business Administration 



IN ABSENTIA 



Raymond Richard Fini 

Wisconsin State University 
Business Administration 



Wayne F. Sramek, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Thomas C. Seward, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Art 



Dennis Wick, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966— Art 



Dickie N. LaDousa, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Art 



IN ABSENTIA 

Joseph Francis Ramsauer, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Art 



Cyril Lee Rennels, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1966 
Art 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



Ralph Stanton Dent Converse 
New Mexico State University 
Music 
Kathryn E. Grimmer, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Music 



Kristi Maia Hervig, B. Mus. 

University of Iowa, 1965 — Music 
Helen Roth Niemann, B. Mus. 

University of Illinois, 1927 
Music 



Alice LeFever Schupp, B.A. 

Goshen College (Indiana), 1966 
Music 
Barbara Sue Wright 
University of Evansville 
( Indiana ) — Music 



IN ABSENTIA 

Carol DuVal Tarrh, B. Mus. Ed. 
Madison College (Virginia), 
1968— Music 



MASTER OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



Marilou Bailey Heverly, B.A. 
St. Olaf College (Minnesota). 
1954— Music 



Linda Mae Lovig, B. Mus. Ed. 

Indiana University, 1964 — Music 
Leo Ruebke, B. Mus. Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Music 



Mary Kathleen Wright, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Music 



Dale Lester Bode, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Music 



IN ABSENTIA 

Gwendolyn Ellen Carlton, B. Mus. 
Ed., Murray State University 
(Kentucky), 1968— Music 
Wanda Lee Jones, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Music 



Robert Franklin Snyder, Jr., B. 
Mus., Southern Illinois 
University, 1969 — Music 



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MASTER OF SCIENCE 



Charline Dycus Ashwell, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Home Economics 
Khalil Ali As-Saadi, B.S. 

University of Baghdad (Iraq), 
1961— Physics 
Paul E. Bailey, B.S. 

Oregon College of Education, 
1966 — Rehabilitation 
Administration 
Herma C. Barclay, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Home Economics 
Ronald Lloyd Braithwaite, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Sonja Chloe Buddenbaum, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1960— Home 
Economics 
Mary Frances Burnett, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Home Economics 
John Michael Callahan, Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Sociology 
Shu-mei Chen, B.S. 

National Taiwan University 
(Formosa), 1965 — Plant 
Industries 
Larry David Culp, B.S. 
Michigan State University 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Marilyn Joyce Donnel, B.S. 
Illinois State University, 1965 
Home Economics 
Barry Leon Elliott, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Animal Industries 
Marinell Myers Evans, B.S. 
Murray State University 
(Kentucky), 1962— Home 
Economics 
Sarah Fehr, B.A. 

University of Saskatchewan 
(Canada), 1966 — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Robert L. Fox, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Roger G. Ginder, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Agricultural Industries 
James Chester Grenda, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Geology 
Dennis Raymond Hameister, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Larry Dean Hepburn, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Robert Oliver Hirsch, B.S. 

Portland State College (Oregon), 
1968— Speech 



John Sanford Holmes, B.S., M.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1960, 1966 
Community Development 

Claren Lee Hosselton, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Agricultural Industries 

Mildred Mae Hudson, B.S. 

MacMurray College (Illinois), 
1939 — Home Economics 

Janice Kelly Inlow, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Home Economics 

Donald Walter Otto Karnuth, A.B. 
Carthage College (Wisconsin), 
1955 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 

Gary Ray Keiser, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Business 

Melvin Ogden Lamble, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Zoology 
Alti High Lauderdale, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1966 
Home Economics 
Keith Robert Leitner, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Economics 

Harriett J. Lindstrom, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1963 
Home Economics 
Shojiro Matsuura, B.S. 
Tokyo College of Science 
(Japan), 1964 — Physics 
Stewart G. McHenry, B.A. 

University of Chicago (Illinois), 
1963— Geography 
William Francis McHughes, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Speech 
Martha Ann McKechnie, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Home Economics 
Donald R. Mengel, A.B. 

Franklin and Marshall College 
( Pennsylvania ) — Mat he matics 
Clifford Douglas Mercer 

Illinois College — Physics 
Suzuko Mita, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Home Economics 
Ruth D. Moeller, B.S. 
Murray State University 
(Kentucky), 1960— Home 
Economics 
Mehdi Siamak Monadjemi, B.S. 
Utah State University, 1967 
Economics 
Karen Rae Nash, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Zoology 
Darryl Eugene Norton, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 

9 



Arthur Michael Podgorski, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Animal Industries 

Anchanikorn Prachuabmoh, Bach. 
Econ., Chulalongkorn University 
(Thailand) , 1964 — Economics 

Parviz Rabbani, B.S. 

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 
1963 — Animal Industries 

Janet Bleem Reed, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Home Economics 

Robert Curtis Riepe, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Engineering 

Lee Rogers, B.S. 

University of Illinois, 1956 
Engineering 

Robert Allen Rosing, B.S. 

Wisconsin State University, 1966 
Geography 

Kenton Dee Saxe, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Agricultural Industries 

Bruce George Scheiman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Engineering 

Lemma G. Selassie, B.S. 

Imperial Ethiopian College of 
Agriculture and Mechanical 
Arts (Ethiopia), 1963 
Botany 
Catherine Delia Smith, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Home Economics 
Elizabeth Hetherington Stafford 
Millikin University (Illinois) 
Mathematics 
Kenneth Clinton Starbuck, B.A., 
B.D., Baker University 

(Kansas), 1954 
Chicago Theological Seminary 
(Illinois), 1958 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Marta Elizabeth Stromberg, B.A. 
Adrian College (Michigan), 1967 
Speech 
Ju-Ling Tai, Bachelor's 

Taiwan Provincial Chung-Hsing 
University (Formosa), 1966 
Mathematics 
Murl Gilbert Teske, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Engineering 
William P. Vollmer 

Illinois College — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Darwin Onis Waggoner, B.S. in 
Ag., Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Agricultural Industries 
Wou Wei, B.A. 

National Taiwan University 
(Formosa), 1964 — Economics 
Shirley Lou Whitchurch, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1958 
Home Economics 



James L. Wiese, B.S. 
Mankato State College 

(Minnesota), 1965 — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 



John Robert Wills, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Animal Industries 
Takeya Yabe, B.S. 

Nihon University (Japan), 1966 
Engineering 



John Paul Zelinsky. B.S. 
St. Francis College 

(Pennsylvania), 1965 — Physics 



Charles E. Bare, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Botany 
Fred Herbert Becker, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Agricultural Industries 
Sudhaker G. Bhagwat, B.S., M.S. 
Gujarat College (India), 
Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Forestry 
Mahendrakumar M. Bhansali, B.E. 
V.J.T. Institute (India), 1964 
Engineering 
Gary W. Childers, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Business 
Alfred Glenn Cook, B.A. 

Blackburn College (Illinois), 
1965 — Chemistry 

Paul James Costanza, B.B.A. 
University of Pittsburgh 
(Pennsylvania), 1960 
Business 
Richard C. Davenport, B.S. 
Iowa State University, 1963 
Design 
Richard Theron Dolbeare, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Engineering 
James Jacob Faix, B.A. 
Central Washington State 
College, 1965— Plant 
Industries 
Glen Dwight Flowers, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Geology 

Fred Leo Friedman, B.S. 
Loyola University (Illinois) 
Rehabilitation Counseling 

Robert Owen Gary, B.S. 

Murray State University, 1959 
Journalism 

Ellsworth T. George, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Rehabilitation Counseling 

David Lee Hammell, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Animal Industries 

Patricia Mack Hanzely 

Mount Union College (Ohio) 
Botany 



IN ABSENTIA 

David Lawrence Hardin, B.F.A. 
West Virginia University, 1968 
Theater 
James Addison Hooker, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University. 1967 
Agricultural Industries 
Phillip K. Jenkins, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Forestry 
Dharam Dev Kaushal, B.S. 
Punjab University (India) 
Engineering 
Richard William Kehlenbach, Jr., 
B.A., Southern Illinois 

University, 1967 — Geology 
Lyndia Yvonne Westbrook Knapp, 
B.A., Central State College 
(Oklahoma), 1964— Theater 
Thomas William Korff, B.A. 
Depauw University (Indiana), 
1966 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Mary Hum Korte, B.S. 

College of William and Mary 
(Virginia), 1968 — Zoology 
Kwang Lee, B.S. 

Seoul National University 
(Korea), 1964 — Animal 
Industries 
Russel Britt Lenz, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Agricultural Industries 
Letitia Bekier Lyon 

Goodman School of Drama 
(Illinois) 
Speech 
Gaylon Eugene Martin, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Agricultural Industries 
Sally Vane Marvin 
Cedar Crest College 

(Pennsylvania) — Chemistry 
Thomas E. Meath, Jr., B.A. 
Fairfield University 
(Connecticut), 1964 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Peter Rodney Moss 

Harper Adams Agricultural 
College (England) — Animal 
Industries 
John Rudolph Novy, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Engineering 



Thurman L. Phemister, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Zoology 
Jotin Prompreang, Bach, of Pol. 
Sci., Chulalongkorn University 
(Thailand), 1961— Community 
Development 
Alec David Pulley, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Zoology 

Hugues Anselme Randria, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Engineering 
Lucile Marie Therese 

Rasoaeninoro, B.S., Southern 
Illinois University, 1967 
Animal Industries 
Terrence R. Russell, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Community Development 
Yeong Soo Shin, B. Comm. 

Yonsei University (Korea), 1961 
Business 

Geary Michael Simmons, B.A.B.D., 
M.R.E., Maryknoll Seminary 
(Illinois), 1961, 1965, 1966 
Community Development 
Chirtchart Smitobol, B.S. 
Kasetsort University 

(Thailand), 1964— Plant 
Industries 
Sue Ann Streba, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Speech 
Raymond Wei-Peng Tsao, B. Law 
National Chengchi University 
(Formosa), 1964 — Business 
Thomas P. Vasileff, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Chemistry 
Barbara Ann Wiley, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Home Economics 
Allen L. D. Woody, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1959 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
So Chul Yang 

Church College of Hawaii 
Mathematics 
Assaad Hussein Younes, Bach, of 
Sci., University of Lebanon 
Physics 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Betty Lou Armstrong, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1958 
Elementary Education 



Stanley Lowell Aydt, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Instructional Materials 



Lena Baker, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Secondary Education 



10 



JoAnn Balagna, B.A. 

Morningside College (Iowa), 
1966 — Secondary Education 

Josefina L. Ballesteros, B.A. 
University of Veracruz 
(Mexico), 1967 — Special 
Education 

Robert Leo Barker, B.S. 

Illinois State University, 1961 
Secondary Education 

Charles Baue, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 

James Michael Baxter, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 

Joan E. Bechtold, B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1966 — Instructional 
Materials 

Robert E. Bechtold, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Higher Education 

Leona Carolyn Becker, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Instructional Materials 

Carolyn K. Bellina, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Elementary Education 

Felicity F. Benjamin, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Nancy Carol Bennett, B.S. 

University of Tennessee, Martin 
Branch, 1963 — Secondary 
Education 

William Clifton Bennett, B.A. 
Harding College (Arkansas), 
1963— Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 

Helen L. Bennyhoff, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Elementary Education 

Jacqueline Sue Berkheimer, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Elementary Education 
Henry H. Biar, B.A. 

Concordia Seminary (Missouri), 
1958 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Joseph Frederick Blazine, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Inez G. Blessing, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Elementary Education 
Donald Ray Brandon, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Elementary Education 
Joseph Stephen Bridges, Jr. 

Eastern Kentucky State College 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 






Ronald G. Browning, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Health Education 

Mayme Pinkard Bugg, B.S. 

University of Illinois, 1941 

Instructional Materials 

Neil D. Butler, B.A. Ed. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1961 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 

Jeffrey Richard Bynes, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 

Myrene Lynda Carson, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Elementary Education 

David Alton Chisholm, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Higher Education 

Carroll G. Cook, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 

Oliver W. Cummings, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Mary Anne Cunningham, A.B. 
Douglass College (New Jersey), 
1967 — Higher Education 

John Calvin Davis, Jr., B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Educational Administration 
and Foundations 

Elizabeth Jane Denny, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Health Education 

John Henry Diers, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1959 
Educational Administration 
and Foundations 

Cynthia G. DiGiannantonio, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1968 — Guidance 
and Educational Psychology 

Delbert O. Edwards, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Secondary Education 

June Simpson Elliott, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Elementary Education 

Walter Terrell Ellis, B.S. in Ed. 
Winston- Salem State College 
(North Carolina), 1968 
Physical Education for Men 

Leah Templeton Engelhardt, B.S. 
in Ed., Northwestern University 
(Illinois) — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 

William Monroe Evans, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Secondary Education 

John Robert Ferrell, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1964 
Secondary Education 

11 



Charles Edwin Fisher, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Charlotte Regina Paxton Foehr, 
B.S., Southern Illinois 

University, 1966 — Secondary 
Education 
John C. Foehr, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Biological Sciences 
Joanne Cerza Garross, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Elementary Education 
Loretta Geer, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1969 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Carol Ann Geller, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Special Education 
Kent Glatthaar, B.S. 
Colorado College, 1959 
Instructional Materials 
George C. Glover, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
William Theodore Gorrell, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 
Daniel Anthony Graveline, Jr., 
B.S., Southern Illinois 

University, 1966 — Recreation 
and Outdoor Education 

Susan M. Hackbarth, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 
Karen Sue Hanson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Special Education 
Charles Holliday Harris, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Higher Education 
Reuben T. Hawkins, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Eunice Tinkler Heinrich, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1959 — Elementary Education 
Jennifer Dona Hensel, B.A. 

Elmhurst College (Illinois), 1964 
Secondary Education 
Pamela Jo Hentze, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 
Earl Dean Highsmith, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Instructional Materials 
Cora L. Hilliard, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Higher Education 
Samuel H. Hillman, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 



Nancy Lee Hoffman, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1958 
Elementary Education 

Larry Allen Hudson, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Higher Education 
Carl Dean Hughes, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Secondary Education 
Thelma Joyce Hughey, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Elementary Education 
Hin-yee Hung, B.A. 

Taiwan Normal University 
(Formosa), 1965 — Secondary 
Education 
Delbert Everett Jackson, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1951 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Leon Nicholas Jarand, B.S., B.S. 
in Ed., University of Illinois, 
1938, 1942— Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Kenneth Paul Jones, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Robert LaVern Jones, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Higher Education 
Mona Garland Kaegi, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Educational Administration 
and Foundations 
Richard J. Kalina, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Higher Education 
John Drue Kent, B.S. 

Bradley University (Illinois), 
1955 — Health Education 
Myron E. Kownacki, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Elementary Education 
Barbara Jean Larry, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Betty Gallagher Luthy 

Elementary Education 
David Joe Marlow, B.A. 

University of Wyoming, 1963 
Secondary Education 
Shirley W. Maurath, A.B. 

Capital University (Ohio), 1950 
Instructional Materials 
Marilouise McMillan, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Special Education 
Kenneth Dean McMurray, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1949 — Health Education 
Robert Lynn Mees, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Elementary Education 

Martha Anne Melton, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Kindergarten- Primary 
Education 



Sammy R. Milburn, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Secondary Education 
Diana Dale Miller, B.S. in Ed. 
Illinois State University, 1964 
Elementary Education 
Mary Alice Moss, B. Mus. Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Elementary Education 
William A. Muckler, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Virgil Oliboni, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1959 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Ellen Rae Olson, B.S. 

Wisconsin State College, 1963 
Elementary Education 
Ronald Dwight O'Neal, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Educational Administration 
and Foundations 
Donald L. Ozment, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Elementary Education 
Lita Phillips Padgett, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Stephen Patrick Parker, B.S. in 
Ed., Southwest Missouri State 
College, 1961— Technical 
and Industrial Education 
William Anthony Parker, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois 

University, 1965 — Special 
Education 
William G. Parks, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
M. Kaye Parnell, B.A. 

University of Toronto (Canada), 
1957 — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Doris Hayer Patterson, B.A. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1957 — Elementary Education 
Sheldon S. Pavel, A.B. 
Temple University 

(Pennsylvania) , 1967 — Higher 
Education 
Larry Michael Pearson, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Secondary Education 
Robert Charles Phelps, B. Ed. 
Chicago State College, 1964 
Elementary Education 
Robert Leo Plucinsky, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Health Education 
Kathleen Endsley Poulos, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 
Bill G. Pyle, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Physical Education for Men 



Gerald Wilson Pyle, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Health Education 
Arma Lynn Jones Raski, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Secondary Education 
Frederick R. Rauch, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Secondary Education 
Jerry Ray, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Larry Leo Reed, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1960 
Elementary Education 

Ray Leonard Reid, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Special Education 
Norma Coursey Reynolds, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Elementary Education 
Paul D. Russell, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
James Thomas Sammons, B.S. 
Eastern Kentucky State College, 
1959 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Henry L. Schafermeyer, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Mary A. Schiff, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Henry Philip Schleuning, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
John Leonard Schmitt, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Secondary Education 
Jacquelyn Ann Schultze, B.S. 
Indiana State University, 1966 
Physical Education for 
Women 
Nancy Christine Schwaab, B.S. 
Wisconsin State University, 1960 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Rupert Theodore Searcy, Jr., B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Secondary Education 

David Richard Smith, B.A. 

Roberts Wesleyan College (New 
York), 1957— Health 
Education 
Eddie Lee Spence, B.S. 

Oakland City College (Indiana), 
1961 — Health Education 

Patricia Dick Steck, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Secondary Education 

Donna Joy Stokes, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Special Education 



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Alvin Ira Sutton, Jr. 

Western New Mexico University 
Physical Education for Men 
Dallas Barbara Sutton 
Whitworth College 

(Washington) — Guidance 
and Educational Psychology 
Barbara Kovera Tangora, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Higher Education 
Charles C. Tolbert, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Health Education 
Thomas M. Travis, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Physical Education for Men 
Daniel L. Tweedall 

University of Evansville 
(Indiana) — Secondary 
Education 



Anna M. VanTassel 

Otterbein College (Ohio) 
Physical Education for 
Women 
Judith D. Vaughn, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Elementary Education 
Martha Scott Vaughn, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Bobby N. Wallace, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Educational Administration 
and Foundations 
Maureen Lynn Walsh, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1969 
Special Education 



Nicholas A. Wesner 

Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Walter E. Westbrook, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Victoria Jeannette Wood, B.A. 
University of Kentucky, 1966 
Elementary Education 
Shirley Marie Woodrome, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Elementary Education 
Ralph William Young, B.A. 
Parsons College (Iowa), 1968 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 



Margaret Graf Andrews, B.A. 
Alfred University (New York), 
1967 — Secondary Education 

Carl Ray Averitt, Jr., B.S. 

Murray State University, 1962 
Secondary Education 

Victor Harold Beck, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1962 
Secondary Education 

Ralph M. Blizzard, B.S. 

East Tennessee State College 
Educational Administration 
and Foundations 

Hollis Ann Carroll, B.S. in Ed. 
State University College (New 
York), 1967— Physical 
Education for Women 

Velmarie Chaney, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Special Education 

George Chebro, B.S. in Ed. 
Bloomsburg State Teachers 
College (Pennsylvania), 1950 
Secondary Education 

Paula Jean Corrie, B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1965 — Secondary 
Education 

Virginia Farrell Edmunds, B.S. 
Oakland City College (Indiana), 
1955 — Instructional Materials 
Gerald Arthur Eidam, B.S. 
University of Nebraska, 1959 
Secondary Education 

Richard John Evertz, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Physical Education for Men 

Lavonne M. Fiereck, B.S. 
St. Cloud State College 

(Minnesota), 1964 — Physical 
Education for Women 

Charles Ray Garrett, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1965 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Richard F. Glendenning, B.S. 
Wisconsin State University, 1961 
Secondary Education 
Terry Dean Goro, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Instructional Materials 
Peter J. Govern, B.S. 

Iowa State University, 1959 
Secondary Education 
Cynthia Anne Handley, B.A. 
University of New Mexico, 1968 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 
Gene Davis Hanson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Carroll Page Harding, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Instructional Materials 
Elaine Royal Harrell, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Instructional Materials 
Clarke Ernest Homoly, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1965 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Ronald F. Hopkins, B.S. 

Western Michigan University, 
1962 — Physical Education 
for Men 
Wayne W. Kamp, B.A. in Ed. 
Central Washington College of 
Education, 1960 — Secondary 
Education 
Helen L. Komives, B.F.A. 
Illinois Wesleyan University, 
1966 — Secondary Education 
Beverly J. Meredith Kowal, B.S. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1946 
Instructional Materials 
Casimir D. Kowalski, B.S. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1959 — Secondary Education 
C. Kumararatnam, B.A. 

Andhra University (India), 1954 
Higher Education 



Larry B. Lindauer, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Health Education 
Barbara Ann Litherland, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Physical Education for Women 
R. Paul Martin, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Rufus J. McGeorge, B.A. 

Union College (Kentucky), 1959 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Bob Mcintosh, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Educational Administration 
and Foundations 
Sophie Lai-Ha Ng, B.A. 

Chinese University of Hong 
Kong, 1966— Special 
Education 
Margaret Post Niederer, B.S. in 
Ed., Western Illinois University, 
1967 — Instructional Materials 
Jennie Roberta Osborn, B. of Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1936 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Bonita Louise Ostarello, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Howard James Peavie, B.S. 
Jackson State College 
(Mississippi), 1962 
Secondary Education 
Paul Guy Restivo, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1958 
Health Education 
James Thomas Reynolds, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Shirley Dorothy Rivers, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Secondary Education 



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Clark Eugene Roberts, B.A. 
Simpson College (Iowa), 1958 
Secondary Education 
Dan J. Roberts, B.S. 

Ohio Northern University, 1960 
Secondary Education 
Virginia Ann Rogers, B.A. 
Frostburg State College 

(Maryland), 1966— Physical 
Education for Women 
William C. Sabo, B.A. 
Western State College 

(Colorado), 1962 — Secondary 
Education 
Carol A. Schulmeister 

Schmalenberger, B.S., Southern 
Illinois University, 1967 
Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 



Roger John Schmidt, A.B. 

Drury College (Missouri), 1965 
Higher Education 
Marvin Ben Silliman, B.A. 

Texas Christian University, 1963 
Higher Education 
Romeo Lindsey Stewart, B.A. 
Lane College (Tennessee) 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Thomas Emery Streba, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Doris M. Swayne, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Secondary Education 



Will W. Travelstead, B.A. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1957 — Higher Education 
William Raymond Turner, B.A. 
University of Illinois, 1960 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

James N. Washington 
Southern University 

(Louisiana), 1954 — Secondary 
Education 
Susan Watt Wilson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Special Education 
Edward James Yaw, B.A. 

Harpur College (New York), 
1964 — Higher Education 



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Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Donald Robinson, Asst. Dean 

Malvin Moore, Marshal 
Roger Robinson, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



James J. Abene 
Chicago — Russian 

Linda Kay Absher 

Stonefort — Elementary 
Education 

Pamela Ann Ackerman 
Washington — English 

William L. Agin 

Harrisburg — Special Education 

Barry Mitchell Ancell 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 

Dariel Jean Anderson 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Connie V. Angelo 

Carlinville — Elementary 
Education 

Millie Barnard Angleton 

Salem, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 
Silverio Joseph Aprati 

Chicago Heights — Recreation 
and Outdoor Education 
Janet Mollet Armstrong 

Casey ville — A rt 
Van Kent Baird 

Eldorado — Elementary 
Education 
Lawrence L. Baker, Jr. 
Chicago — History 

Susan Baliva 

Springfield — Special Education 
Carol Jane Bass 

Hillsboro — Elementary 
Education 
Catherine Jane Beach 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Evelyn Y. Beck 

Carmi — Elementary Education 
Shiela Kay Belbas * 

West Frankfort — Mathematics 
Sharon Wilson Belva 

Grayville — Business Teacher 
Education 
Leslie M. Bennett 

Highland Park — Elementary 
Education 



Arthur A. Black 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Dennis William Blankenship 

Murphysboro — Biological 
Sciences 

Dale H. Boatright 

Carlyle — Elementary Education 

Gerald F. Boehne 

Waterloo — Health Education 
Shellie Mae Ogle Boice 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Pamela Jo Boley 

Cahokia — Special Education 
Randolph R. Borger 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Karen Kay Kennerly Boston 

Rosemount, Minnesota — 
Elementary Education 
Timothy Harper Bowyer 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Patricia Gail Boyer 

Marion — Mathematics 
Donna Ann Braeutigam * 

Freeburg — History 
Ralph E. Brandon 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Linda Carroll Bray 

Litchfield — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Gay Dunn Brown 

Newfield, New Jersey — 
Elementary Education 
Cheryl Darnell Brunaugh 

Grant Park — Business Teacher 
Education 
Betty Jane Brylinke 

Prospect Heights — Elementary 
Education 
Zenobia Thomasine Burris 

Cairo — Elementary Education 
Margaret L. Butt 

Godfrey — Botany 
Ruth Denise Carlson * 

McHenry — Special Education 
Janice Joy Carlstrand 

Rolling Meadows — Recreation 
and Outdoor Education 

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Mary Kay Casbarian 

Skokie — Elementary Education 

Christine Chambers 

Mt. Vernon — Special Education 

Marjorie Arline Chambliss 

Decatur — Elementary Education 

George Albert Child 

Canton — Biological Sciences 
Camille Chiles 

Carbondale — Art 
Nancy Joy Chirigos 

Chicago — Special Education 
Karin McLaughlin Ciaccio 

Alpha — French 
David F. Cignetti 

Apollo, Pennsylvania — Physical 
Education for Men 
Mary Ellen Clark 

Wayne City — Business Teacher 
Education 
Robert W. Coats 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Deborah Marcia Cooper 

Champaign — Special Education 
Tad H. Cooper 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Linda Sue Copeland 

Henderson, Kentucky — 
Elementary Education 
Allan Peter Costabile 

Yonkers, New York — 
Elementary Education 
Carol Sue Covington 

Round Lake — Mathematics 
Eric Anthony Crawford * 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Dee Ann Mooneyham Crawshaw 

Marseilles — Language Arts 
Aleen Mercer Crosby 

Salem — Elementary Education 
Lucille M. Curry 

Harrisburg — Special Education 
Galen Dalton 

Harrisburg — Elementary 
Education 
Susanne Kay Daniels 

Carlyle — Elementary Education 



Tommy Ray Davis 

Toulon — Biological Sciences 

Donald Curtis Day 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Helane Sue Diamond 

Skokie — Elementary Education 

Judith Ann Dickinson 
Galesburg — Elementary 
Education 

Dominic Joseph DiStasio 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 
Robert Bernard Dobraski 

Johnston City — Social Studies 
Patricia M. Doherty 

Harrisburg — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Mary Ellen Dudek 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Janis Fay Dunning 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara Joy Ebert 

Rockford — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Nellie M. Essary 

Norris City — Elementary 
Education 
Dale Kent Evans 

Murphysboro — Biological 
Sciences 
Susan Ann Fawley 

McLean — Elementary Education 

Barbara Jean Felix 
Carbondale — Business 
Teacher Education 
Saundra Kay Feuquay 

Eldorado — Business Teacher 
Education 
Carolyn Ann Fick 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Karen Jean Fideli 
Oak Lawn — English 

Maxine D. Fine 

Skokie — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Judith Ellen Fischer 

Chicago — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Muriel Alice Fitzjohn 

Moyamba, Sierra Leone — 
English 
Nancy Flohr 

Syracuse, New York — 
Elementary Education 
Darrell Frederick Foss 

Belleville — Physical Education 
for Men 
Jane Ellen Fox 

Colorado Springs, Colorado — 
Elementary Education 
Alan Lee Friedlander 

Chicago — History 
Violet B. Frost 

Anna — Elementary Education 
James Henry Fuehne 

Albers — Physical Education 
for Men 



Rebecca Louise Fulkerson 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 

Sharon Lynn Gale 

Ava — Elementary Education 

John Paul Gardner 

Eldorado — Special Education 

Craig A. Garin 

Granite City — History 

Patrick Charles Gassner 
Des Plaines — Mathematics 

Timothy Ray Gentry 

Carterville — Mathematics 

Michael P. Gibbons 

Des Plaines — Business Teacher 
Education 

Helene A. Gilbert 

Springfield — Elementary 
Education 
Evelyn Marie Glenn 

East Carondelet — English 
Corinne Audrey Glover 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Lois Ann Godier 

Prairie du Rocher — Elementary 
Education 
Frances G. Goldstein 

Courtland, New York — 
Elementary Education 

James D. Good 

Champaign — History 
Vickie Norick Grabbe 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Joseph A. Greco 

Syracuse, New York — Physical 
Education for Men 
Don H. Grimes 

Albion — Elementary Education 
Maxine Hanks Grimwood 

Crossville — Elementary 
Education 
Stephen Frank Grumish 

Kankakee — Government 
Alan R. Gunnerson 

Newark — Biological Sciences 
Johnny J. Hall 

West Frankfort — Biological 
Sciences 
Neta Marie Haney 

Aledo — English 
Barbara Ann Hannig 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Willie Ann Hart 

Cairo — Business Teacher- 
Education 
Marsha Dean Hartsock 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Lorraine Lucie Hashey 

Bloomville, New York — 
Elementary Education 
Eleanor Haynes 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Marlene F. Heimann 

Albers — Special Education 
Carol Denise Heinrichsmeyer 

Centralia — Special Education 



Robert J. Hendrickson 

Mt. Prospect — Social Studies 
Steven Lynn Henne 

Salem — Business Teacher 
Education 
Starlitt Ann Hicks 

Cahokia — Elementary Education 

Rebecca Johnson Hillman 

Tucson, Arizona — Elementary 
Education 
Oma Lee Plaster Hobbs 

Thompsonville — Elementary 
Education 
David Lee Hock 

Energy — Business Teacher 
Education 
Paulette Ruthanne Miller 
Hoellerich 

Elmhurst — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
John W. Hogan 

Murphysboro — Physical 
Education for Men 
Kenneth R. Holland 

Belle Rive — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Burton Holt * 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Grace Ann Hosterman 
Plainfield — Elementary 
Education 
Janie Howell 

Peoria — Elementary Education 
Steven Barry Isackson 

Chicago — Special Education 
Marshall Gale Jeter 

Marion — Social Studies 
Connie Lee Johnson 

Steger — Elementary Education 
Sharon Kay Johnson 

Decatur — Physical Education 
for Women 
Linda Lee Jolly 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Jenifer Jones 

Mattoon — Elementary Education 
Margaret Sloan Jones 

Galatia — Elementary Education 
Stuart L. Kagan 

Chicago — History 
Rebecca Jane Keane 

Makanda — Art 
Constance Adele Kirvin 

Vandalia — Biological Sciences 
Stanley F. Klostermann 

Breese — German 
Kathleen Knezevich 

Chicago — Social Studies 
Robert Owen Kolligian 

Worcester, Massachusetts — 
Social Studies 
Mary Frances Kozlowski 

Northwoods, Missouri — Physical 
Education for Women 
Karen Lee Krejci 

Naperville — Elementary 
Education 



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Elizabeth Ellen Kuhnert 
Pinckneyville — Special 
Education 
Dennis Pete Kynion 

Chicago — Special Education 
Carla Jean Lamb 

Staunton — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Ann Lampman * 

Carte rville — History 
Donald Louis LaRoche 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 
Linda Lee Larson 

Annawan — Elementary 
Education 
Teresa Anne Lawler 

Belleville — Physical Education 
for Women 
Virginia Lee 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Cherie Lynn LeFevre 

Springfield — Business Teacher 
Education 
Keith R. Leigh 

St. Ann, Missouri — Social 
Studies 
Margaret Mary Leonhardt 
Hinsdale — Elementary 
Education 
Robert Bernard LeRoy 

Bellwood — Physical Education 
for Men 
Kathleen Anne Lewis 
Springfield — Elementary 
Education 
Claudia Gene Hartsock Lohman 
Springfield — Elementary 
Education 
Thomas Bernard Love 

Harrisburg — Special Education 
Donna S. Lynch 

Coffeen — English 
Randall Loren Lynn 

Herrin — Special Education 
Susanne Marie Lyons 
Broadview — Elementary 
Education 
Ellen Elizabeth Mac Arthur 

Glenview — English 
Theresa Marie Madden 
Mineola, New York — 
Elementary Education 
Kandy Jean Graper Malony 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Gwendolen J. Margrave 
Norris City — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara Ann Marlin 
Evansville — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia M. Marlow 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Russell Henry Martin, Jr. 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 



Richard Lynn Martoglio 

Carterville — Physical Education 
for Men 
Mary Beth Mathers 
Indianapolis, Indiana — 
Elementary Education 
Brenda Marie McAdamis 
Carbondale — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Thomas O. McCollum 
Kewanee — Ele mentary 
Education 
Christina Elizabeth McGee 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Women 
Linda Rae McMillan 

Herrin — Elementary Education 

Janet Mercer 

Carmi — Elementary Education 
Anne Monroe Milledge 
Lebanon — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Darlene S. Miller 

Homewood — Elementary 
Education 
Kathleen Ann Milligan 
Park Ridge — Elementary 
Education 
Ronald L. Morse 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Alice Celeste Muckler * 
Carterville — Elementary 
Education 
Eileen Neiman 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Carol V. Nelson 

Lansing — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Gail Lynn Nielsen 

Oak Park — Physical Education 
for Women 

Helen Marie Harrawood Owen 

McLeansboro — Elemen tary 
Education 
Evelyn Dare Owens 

Christopher — Special Education 
Hattie S. Park 

Metropolis — Elementary 
Education 
Randolph Paul Pavlik 

Oak Lawn — Social Studies 
Louis R. Pechan, Jr. 

Berwyn — Social Studies 
Dennis Perlman 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 
James Ray Perkins 

Grayville — Social Studies 
Gregory T. Pero 

Nashville — Special Education 
Anita Louise Peters 

Murphysboro — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Emma Lee Petersen 

Bluford — English 
Paul John Pfister 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 



Linda Belle Phipps 

West Frankfort — English 
Philip M. Pierce 

Winthrop Harbor — Mathematics 
Muriel P. Pinkston 

Makanda — Special Education 
Margaret Mary Plucinsky 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Sallie Blair Podgorski 

Vienna, Georgia — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Lynn Podnar 

Joliet — Elementary Education 
Diana Kaye Poehler 

Willow Hill — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Beniti Catherine Pulley 

Carbondale — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Shirley Anne Rainsford 

Chicago — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Charles Robert Rawlins 

Morrison — History 
Judith Venoski Rea 

Benton — History 
Wilma Louise Reed 

Harrisburg — Elementary 
Education 

Brenda Ridley Rendleman 

Anna — Elementary Education 
Faye D. Reynolds 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara Jean Rivara 

West Frankfort — Business 
Teacher Education 
Paula Ann Roach 

Springfield — Ele men tary 
Education 
Phyllis Louise Roberts 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Arlene Lynn Robinson 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Joseph Clyde Rodocker 

Carrier Mills — English 
James Joseph Rogan 

Joliet — Physical Education 
for Men 
Cheryl Lynn Ross 

Decatur — Biological Sciences 
David Louis Ross 

Decatur — Mathematics 
Helene Lynn Rubin 

Shaker Heights, Ohio — 
Elementary Education 
Idelle R. Rudner 

Chicago — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Consuelo James Rushing 

Mounds — Elementary Education 
Sharon Kay Russell 

West Frankfort — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Sandra Mary Samardzich 
Chicago — Physical Education 
for Women 



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Larry Thomas Sargent 

Decatur — Social Studies 
Vincent John Scannell 
Ottawa — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
James Alan Schwane 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 

Jo-Ellen Sefried 

Chillicothe — Special Education 

JoAnn Marie Sevec 

Joliet — Elementary Education 
Peter Severance 

Wheaton — History 
Debra Irene Shaw 

Altamont — Elementary 
Education 
Robert Miles Shaw 

Lewistown — Business Teacher 
Education 
Marjorie Ann Shurtz 

Waltonville — Elementary 
Education 
John Martin Simonin 

Hillsboro — Chemistry 
Glenna Doris Sledge 

Bluford — Business Teacher 
Education 
Marilyn Jean Slowiak 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Rose Davis Smilgys 

Fithian — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 
Danny Kirk Smith 

Wayne City — History 
Lanny Kirby Smith 

Mt. Vernon — History 
Lynda Marie Smith 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Gene A. Snider 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Bruce E. Soulsby * 

West Frankfort — Mathematics 
Eugene James Sparing 

Chicago — Government 
Mary Beth Spence 

Evansville, Indiana — Elementary 
Education 
Judith Grace Stahlberg 

Beecher — English 
Mary Jane Stanhouse 

Carmi — Elementary Education 
Robert Ward Stebbins 

Marseilles — Business Teacher 
Education 
Connee Sheryl Stewart 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 



Rodney LeRoy Stewart 

Robinson — Zoology 
LaDonna Sue Feagins Stoelzle 

Murphysboro — History 
JoAnn Elaine Strelow 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 
Robert Wayne Sutton 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Cheryl Lyn Swafford 

Murphysboro — Business Teacher 
Education 
Donna Marie Tabor 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Opal Hardy Tate 

Irvington — Elementary 
Education 
Philip E. Tetley 

Fairbury — Mathematics 
Joyce Marlene Thomas 

Tuscola — Elementary Education 
Terry E. Thomas 

Urbana — Physical Education 
for Men 
Robert Keith Tickner 

Fairfield — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Rita Gail Tracy 

McLeansbo ro — B u sin ess 
Teacher Education 
Judith Travelstead 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Women 
Stephen Ernest Tuthill 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Sue Ann Wagener 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Wanda May Sigers Walters 
Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Donna Rae Walton 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Bonnie Kean Ward 

Karnak — Elementary Education 
Linda Marie Wargel 

Eldorado — Business Teacher 
Education 
Nell R. Washington 

Makanda — Business Teacher 
Education 
Fern E. Watson 

Brighton — Business Teacher 
Education 
Joyce Gail Watson 

Waterloo — Elementary 
Education 
Grover Webb 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 



Francine Gail Weiner 
Oak Park — Elementary 
Education 
Philip N. Weissburg 

Homewood — Business Teacher 
Education 
Gerald Henry Wexstten 

Nokomis — English 
Norma Jeanne Snarr White 

Benton — Elementary Education 
Eugene Raymond Wieczorek 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Meredith Albert Willard 
Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Bessie Leatha Williams 

Chicago — Kindergarten-Primary 
Education 

Jimmy Neal Williams 

Mt. Vernon — Business Teacher 
Education 
Linda Eileen Wilson 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara J. Wingo 

Benton — Elementary Education 
Kenneth Jackson Wise 

Grand Chain — Mathematics 
Sigmund Paul Wojcik 

Itasca — Physical Education 
for Men 
Cheryl Lynn Wolff 

Markham — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Mary Pat Wood 

Effingham — Elementary 
Education 
Cherie Addison Worth 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Claudia Jane Wright 

Marion — Special Education 
Gregory Richard Wright 

Glenwood — Physical Education 
for Men 
Wayne Eugene Wuebbels 

Dahlgren — Mathematics 
Dennis Wayne Wuehler 

Kinmundy — Social Studies 
Doris Mildred Wunderlich 

Ava — English 
Peggy Sue Yates 

Mt. Vernon — Kindergarten- 
Primary Education 
Judith Dee Zanotti 

Johnston City — Elementary 
Education 
Lynda Gail Zeitler 

Bloomington — Elementary 
Education 
Michael Richard Zivic 
Chicago — History 



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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Roger E. Beyler, Dean 

Elbert H. Hadley, Asst. Dean 

David E. Christensen, Marshal 

Conrad C. Hinckley, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Paul Carl Abenante 
Seaford, New York — 
Government 

Cheryl Lynn Adams ** 
Anna — Zoology 

Linda Alexander 

Chicago — Physiology 

Michael Edward Alexander 

Carrier Mills — Government 
Michael W. Amdor 

Washington — Government 
David A. Anderson 

Kankakee — A n thropology 
James Raymond Andreozzi 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Scott Louis Arnold 

Carbondale — Philosophy 
Janet Louise Askins 

Decatur — A n th ropology 
Gladys Lucille Baker 

Golconda — Music 
Helen Marcella Holleman 
Ballesteros 

Murphysboro — Psychology 
Martin F. Balow 

Dolton — Chemistry 
Terry Martin Bannister 

Casey ville — Microbiology 
Julie A. Barnett 

Mt. Prospect — History 
J. Thomas Batteau 

De Soto — Government 
Kurt Ogle Baumgartner 

Webster Groves, Missouri — 
Biological Sciences 
Milton William Becker 

River Grove — Geography 
Terence Lynn Belcher * 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Stephen Luther Bell 

M idlo thian — His to ry 
Richard Wayne Belter 

Mascoutah — Psychology 
Larry William Bennett 

Danville — Physics 
Frederick Kent Blatchford, Jr. 

Northfield — Government 
Alan D. Blumenthal 

Chicago — Government 
Peter Anthony Bolds, Jr. 

Cairo — Physiology 
Thomas R. Britt 

Murphysboro — Music 



Sinclair Anthony Brown 
Carbondale — Sociology 

Martha May Burrell 

Lawrenceville — History 
Maryann Adrienne Butler 

Cicero — Sociology 
Sharon L. Caldwell 

Carbondale — English 
Terry Caldwell 

Carbondale — Government 
Elizabeth Campbell 

Carbondale — History 
Burton L. Cannell 

Chicago — Philosophy 
Willie L. Carter 

Waukegan — Chemistry 
Michael Ralph Casey * 

Carbondale — History 

Victor Edward Castronova 

Chicago — History 
William Floyd Chambers, Jr. 

Peoria — Zoology 
John Childers 

Waterloo — Psychology 
Larry Dean Choate 

Grantsburg — Sociology 
Jun Ja Choi 

Kangnung City, Korea — Russian 
David Robert Christensen 

Kankakee — Government 
Susan Jeanne Cole 

Omaha, Nebraska — Zoology 
Toni- Marie Coleman * 

Carbondale — A n th ropology 
Ronald Dale Colton 

St. Charles — Sociology 
Joyce Darlene Connett 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Barry Alan Cooperman 

Carbondale — English 
Stephen Carl Cordsiemon 

Carbondale — Psychology 
James A. Cosme 

Crete — History 
Daren Roy Crabb 

Harrisburg — Government 
Gerald L. Craig 

Congerville — Mathematics 
Patrick Edward Cullen 

Florham Park, New Jersey — 
Psychology 

Yvonne Grace Culp 
Springfield — English 



David L. Cumerlato 
Tovey — Mathematics 

Judith Carol Kuizin Dahm 

Ca rbondale — Socio logy 
David J. Dalbey 

Tremont — History 
Robert James Davie 

Chicago — Government 
Judith Marie Dawson 

Springfield — Sociology 
Robert Paul DeBolt 

Park Forest — History 
David A. DeFore 

Bement — Psychology 

Cynthia Ann Dembski 

Cornell — Psychology 
Paul Dembski 

Cornell — Psychology 
Karen Sue Dennis 

St. James City, Florida — 
Zoology 
Raymond A. Deters 

Teutopolis — Sociology 
Samuel Ralph DiGregor 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Thomas F. Drda 

Highland — Zoology 
Dennis Joseph Dudas 

Downers Grove — Zoology 
William Rolla Eaton, Jr. 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Arnold R. Edwards 

Chicago — History 
Steven S. Ehlert 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Buddy J. Elliott 

Ca rbondale — Psychology 
Michael Keith Elliott 

Carbondale — Chemistry 
David Edgar Ellis 

Carbondale — Chemistry 
Gregory Randall Entrekin 

Naperville — Government 
Joan Louise Fabrizio 

Chicago — French 
Robert Allen Felix 

Carbondale — Government 
Jerry Finney 

DuQuoin — Government 
Terry Joe Foster 

Metropolis — Spanish 
Dan Michael Fox 

Wilmette — Government 



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Ruth Anne Funderburk 
Edinburg — English 

Mary L. Fyie 

Springerton — Sociology 
Anne Gehman 

Carbondale — English 

Ben W. Gentile 

Springfield — Anthropology 
Bradford Carl Gillam 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Diane Gillespie 

Carbondale — English 
Jack L. Gillespie 

Glen Ellyn — Geography 
Dorene Ann Gould 

Niles — Psychology 

Chris Anthony Grafft 
DuQuoin — Mathematics 

Susan Kay Grenda 

Chicago — A nth ropology 
Elaine Marie Groat 

Naperville — Biological Sciences 
James George Groat 

Naperville — Government 
Glen S. Haden 

Belleville — History 
Michael Patrick Hagerty 

Carbondale — Special Major in 
Oriental Studies and 
Languages 
Edna Jean Haggins 

Chicago — English 
Victor Mugge Hall 

Harrisburg — Chemistry 
Michael Loren Harty 

Carbondale — English 
Gregory Alan Heffran 

Winnebago — Sociology 

Gary Edward Heideman 

Rockford — Physiology 
Richard Scott Hejnal 

Berwyn — Sociology 
Bonita Sue Herrera 

Cicero — English 
Lonnie Gene Hicks * 

Bonnie — English 
David Douglas Hill 

Champaign — Chemistry 
Anthony F. Hodson 

Cherry Hill, New Jersey — 
History 

Richard J. Hoffmann 

Chicago — History 
William F. Holland 

Carterville — Chemistry 
Kenneth Leong Hong 

Chicago — History 
James R. Hood 

New Athens — English 
William H. Hostetter, Jr. 

Chicago — Government 
Linda Jean Huck 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Nancy Kaye Humma * 

Carbondale — English 
Joan Elizabeth Huse 

Kankakee — History 



Joseph Jay Jackson 

Metropolis — Government 

Sushil Jajodia 

Astoria, Oregon — Mathematics 

Kenneth Robert Janiak 
Chicago — Mathematics 

James Robert Jennings 
Plainfield — Geology 

Diane Largey Johnson 

Murphysboro — English 
Richard Earl Johnson 

Centralia — Psychology 
Francis P. Johnston 

Buda — Psychology 
Robert Harold Johnston 

Marion — History 
David L. Jones 

Oak Park — Government 
Erma Josette Jones 

Peekskill, New York — Sociology 
Patricia Ann Jones 

Carbondale — Spanish 
Carol Elizabeth Johnson Jordan 

Rockford — Philosophy 

Nancy Deneke Kaul 

Murphysboro — French 
Michael Gene Kelly 

Peoria — Government 
Marilyn Sue King 

Carbondale — English 
James Joseph Kirkwood 

Lawrenceville — Chemistry 
William F. Knight 

Springfield — Sociology 
Rose Yeat Koe 

Cairo — Mathematics 
Judith A. Kohlman 

Worth— English 
Lawrence Kenneth Kolesa 

Alton — Zoology 
Douglas Robert Kragness 

Dolton — Sociology 
Gary Robert Krischer 

Chicago — Philosophy 
Terry Allen Kulp 

Williston Park, New York — 
Government 
Wai Chi Kwok 

Hong Kong — Mathematics 
Donald Gene Lamkin 

West Frankfort — Government 
Michael Anthony Lanigan 

Washington, D. C. — Sociology 
Geoffrey Liss 

Chicago — Philosophy 
Diana Kathleen Locallo 

Chicago — English 
Randall S. Louis 

Chicago — Psychology 
Thomas Orvan Lyles 

Chicago — Chemistry 
Bruce R. MacCallum 

Rockford — Physiology 
J. M. Maggiore * 

Hollywood, Florida — Physiology 
Ronald Maine 

Steger — Mathematics 



Nelson Bobby Male 

Bombo, Uganda — Microbiology 
James A. Malizia 

Chicago Heights — Mathematics 
Kevin Paul Marek 

Mt. Prospect — Government 
Lawrence Michael Mariotti, Jr. 

Western Springs — Zoology 
Frances Jane McCarthy 

Alton — Sociology 
Michael Ray McCormick 

Marion — History 
Mary Ann McDonough 

DuQuoin — English 
David L. McDowell 

Murphysboro — Government 
James A. McKenzie 

St. Louis, Missouri — 
Mathematics 
William Alan McLoughlin 

Merrick, New York — 
Government 
Arthur Edward McReaken 

West Frankfort — Government 
Gregory Joel Miller 

Lake Forest — Spanish 
Marilyn Ann Miller 

East Moline — Spanish 
Terry L. Miller 

Chatsworth — Botany 
Virginia Minetree 

Carbondale — English 
Charles Edward Mitchell 

Hinsdale — Sociology 
Lawrence F. Mitchell 

Itasca — Geography 
Patricia Ann Moffett 

Carbondale — English 
Edward Morris 

Little Rock, Arkansas — 
Psychology 
Duard F. Mosley, Jr. 

Chicago — English 

Patricia Cheryl Motzer 

Naperville — English 
Bonita J. Murphy 

Rock Island — Sociology 
Patrick Nelson Murphy 

Salem — Chemistry 
Thomas Michael Murray 

Lincoln — Microbiology 
Katherine E. Murrie 

Anna — Sociology 
David J. Myers 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Karen Rose Nash 

Springfield — Sociology 
Catherine Chantal Nesypor 

Chicago — French 
Jon T. Niblock 

Chester — Economics 
Leonard Wilhelm Nickel 

Carbondale — History 
Victoria Elizabeth Nottke 

Itasca — French 
Pamela Alette Novy 

Murphysboro — Sociology 



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Michael Patrick O'Bryen 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Joseph P. O'Connell 

Carbondale — Government 
Malcolm Henry O'Dean 

Galesburg — Government 
Patrick J. O'Donnell 

Elgin — English 
Elizabeth Ann Strobel Odum 

Marion — Philosophy 
Max Frederick Oelschlaeger II 

Carterville — Philosophy 
Jana Louise Ogg 

Unity — Government 
Leonard Daniel O'Kelly 

Chicago — Government 
Marvin Floyd O'Neal 

St. Elmo — Sociology 
Robert F. Ostrowski 

Calumet City — Biological 
Sciences 

James Horton Palmer 

Western Springs — English 

Frank J. Passarella 

Maywood — Government 

Wanda Sue Patterson 

Galatia — Sociology 
Armand Robert Paulet 

Chicago — Sociology 

John T. Peterson 
Kankakee — History 

David Lynn Phillips 

Metropolis — Geology 
Franklin Albert Phillips 

Edwardsville — Physiology 
Ronald Wayne Phipps 

DuQuoin — Government 
Anne Pittman 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Stuart Freeman Pockross 

Chicago — Government 
William Guy Pontrello 

Villa Park — Government 
Richard Steven Potekin 

Chicago — Government 
RenaBeth Price 

Atlanta, Georgia — Philosophy 
Peter Anthony Procopio 

Syracuse, New York — Sociology 

Patricia Gayle ProfBtt 

Peoria — Sociology 
Louis David Rachlin 

Chicago — Government 
Penelope Jean Randel 

Golf — English 
Deborah Lou Raphael 

Mokena — Psychology 
Carl N. Reynolds 

Harrisburg — Government 
Daniel Charles Richards 

Sterling — Psychology 



Lynn Mayer Richmond 
Carbondale — Sociology 

Carol Elizabeth Ritchard 

Waukegan — English 
Kenneth John Rogers 

Des Plaines — Economics 

Ronald V. Rose 

Des Plaines — Government 

Gerald Lee Rosemeyer 

Round Lake — Government 

Allan Eugene Rosen 
Chicago — Government 

Arthur Danley Ruda 

Chicago — Special Major in 
Urban Studies 
Mary Bernardine Runyon 

Fairbury — Spanish 
Norman Lawrence Sanders 

West Frankfort — History 
Marsha Gayle Santee 

Belpre, Ohio — Sociology 

Barry Mack Schaffer 

Peoria — Sociology 
Richard Thomas Schmidt. Jr. 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — 
Health Science 
William F. Schwer 

St. Louis, Missouri 
Government 
Joseph Michael Sebo 

Park Ridge — History 
Felix S. Sereicikas, Jr. 

Chicago — Physiology 
Elaine Marie Sheehan 

Malta — English 
Peter Steven Shenkin 

Bronx, New York — Chemistry 
Joseph Paul Shramovich, Jr. 

Berwyn — Geography 
Victoria E. Skrevanos 

Moline — Microbiology 
Peter M. Sloane 

Park Forest — English 
Roger N. Small 

Nashville — Sociology 
Laurel Walbright Smith * 

Carbondale — English 
Saundra Sue Smith 

Carbondale — Spanish 
Ronald F. Snoke 

Cerro Gordo — Government 
Charles William Stephens 

Mundelein — Psychology 
Leonard E. Stephens 

Havana — Zoology 
Wayne Richard Stevens 

Ferris — History 
Ronald Wilton Stone 

Geneva — Economics 



Billie Richard Strohl 
Westervelt — Chemistry 

Robert Baxter Summers 

DuQuoin — Ph ilosophy 
John F. Sweet, Jr. 

Sycamore — Biological Sciences 
Sarah Cynthia Isaacs Thrailkill 

Anna — Psychology 
Robert William Triplett 

Chicago — Sociology 
Susan Jo Triplett * 

Effingham — English 
Tai-Po Tschang * * 

Durham, North Carolina — 
Physiology 
Joseph Carl Tucker 

Murphysboro — Chemistry 
Walden Valentine 

Carbondale — Economics 
Robert David VanGorder * 

Carterville — French 
Thomas Claude Vaughn 

Zeigler — English 
Lans Verduin 

Anna — Physics 

Floyd Wayne Waggoner 

Elizabeth town — Geography 
Michael Glenn Waite 

Mt. Vernon — Zoology 
Sheila Rosalind Walker * 

Carbondale — Spanish 
Joanne Harlene Wandell 

Chicago — Sociology 
Richard E. Weininger 

Chicago — History 
Robert Louis Welch 

Hazelcrest — Government 
Eugene Wesolowski 

Chicago — Psychology 

Carolyn Fay White 

Chicago — Sociology 
Sylvia Pearl White 

Chicago Heights — Sociology 

James Dean Whitehurst 

Effingham — Economics 
Eugene Andrew Wickham 

Harvey — Geology 
Jeffery Williams 

Chicago — Government 
William L. Wilson 

Chicago — Government 
James Leroy Winter 

Carmi — Chemistry 
Jimi Tyrone Wright 

Chicago — Government 
John C. Zalewski 

Trenton, Michigan — Biological 
Sciences 
Karen L. Zock 

Springfield — Sociology 



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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



C. James Bailie 

Carbondale — Zoology 



Larry L. Bishop 

Johnston City — Zoology 
Steven Walter Frick 

Carbondale — Zoology 



David Lynn Jones 
Carbondale — Geology 



SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 

W. E. Keepper, Dean 
Eugene S. Wood, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Gary Neal Allen 

Brownstown — Agricultural 
Industries 
Roger Dale Ashley 

Areola — General Agriculture 
Charles Larry Earl Baird 

Eldorado — Plant Industries 
Dan Marshall Basham 

Carbondale — Forestry 
Ronnie Harold Biehl 

West Salem — Agricultural 
Education 
Michael Merle Blentlinger 

Fowler — Agricultural Industries 
Marvin L. Campbell 

Coulterville — Plant Industries 

Charles Kenneth Celmer 
Carbondale — Forestry 

Terry Eggers 

Rantoul — Forestry 
Michael J. Fearday 

Sigel — Agricultural Industries 
David R. Flanders 

Equality — Animal Industries 
Jerard Ralph Frey 

Highland — Agricultural 
Industries 
Roger Douglas Grace 

Urbana — Agricultural Industries 
Charles Delane Guyer 

West York — Animal Industries 



Larry A. Hesterberg 

Waterloo — Plant Industries 
William Leo Hoene 

Carbondale — Plant Industries 
Henry H. K. Jin 

Chicago — Animal Industries 
James Victor Kalmer 

Trenton — Plant Industries 
Kenneth Elmer Klipp 

Murphysboro — Plant Industries 
John Charles Knoebel, Jr. 

Belleville — Animal Industries 
Eric H. Larson 

Wyanet — Forestry 
Marlin William Larson * * 

DeSoto — Agricultural Industries 
James J. Meno 

Carbondale — Animal Industries 
James Allen Morrison 

Fairmount — Animal Industries 

Ronald R. Neisen 

Quincy — Agricultural Industries 

Jack Edward Nelson 

Chicago — Forestry 
Nancy Lee Newman 

Alexandria, Virginia — Animal 
Industries 
James Lee Nicholas 

Hinsdale — Plant Industries 
Patrick Curtis Padgett 

Clay City — Animal Industries 



Steven Ralph Redfern 
Litchfield — Agricultural 
Industries 

John R. Rentfrow 

Neoga — Agricultural Education 
James Allan Roney 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Industries 
Donald W. Rowe 

Oakland — Plant Industries 
Robert M. Skirvin 

Barstow, California — Plant 
Industries 
Jack Leonard Stengel 

Illiopolis — Animal Industries 
Edwin Brainard Swan 

Unionville, Connecticut — 
Forestry 
Robert Gordon Underwood 

Avon — Fo res try 
Marvin Lee Walker 

Benton — Agricultural Industries 
William Burton Webber 

Dahlgren — Agricultural 
Industries 
Stanley Ray Weber 

Sims — Agricultural Education 
Kenneth Leon Westermeyer 

Bluffs — General Agriculture 
Garree Gem Williamson 

Carbondale — Forestry 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

Robert S. Hancock, Dean 
Charles H. Hindersman, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Robert Theodore Adams 
Chicago — Marke ting 

Stephen Bennett Andrew 
Marion — Management 



William Nicholas Arado 
Chicago — Marketing 

Michael P. Astorino 
Hinsdale — Marketing 



Hubert H. Avent 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Gary Anderson Baker 

Sycamore — A ccoun ting 



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Jerry Robert Baker 

Elgin — Marketing 
Lawrence M. Bartelman 

Malibu, California — Marketing 
Richard Maurice Baum 

Skokie — Marketing 
Jeanne Marie Beckemeyer 

Robinson — Accounting 
John L. Belt 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Michael J. Bigler 

Carbondale — Management 
Thomas Henry Bilotti 

Lebanon — Marketing 
Robert Howard Bornstein 

Chicago — Marketing 
John Joseph Brdecka 

Glenview — Management 
Theresa Lee Brennan 

Hacienda Heights, California — 
Marketing 
Charles Edward Brewster, Jr. 

Mundelein — Marketing 
Earl Walter Bromstedt III 

Glenview — Marketing 
Jerry Eugene Brown 

Hammond — Marketing 
James Walter Brudek 

Evergreen Park — Management 
Herbert B. Burnell, Jr. 

Downers Grove — Management 
James E. Campbell 

Carbondale — Accounting 

David Canterbury 

O'Fallon — Management 
John J. Champagne 

River Forest — Finance 
Cedric Cheatom 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Frederick S. Ciaccio 

Oak Park — Economics 
Gregory Joseph Clark 

Niles — Marketing 
Paul David Claxton 

Rochelle — Finance 
James F. Cox 

Murphysboro — Marketing 
Jerry L. Cox 

Fairfield — Marketing 
Frankie Carl Deaton 

West Salem — Marketing 
Nicholas Francis DeCicco 

Lincolnwood — Management 
Terrence G. Deines 

Cicero — Management 
John C. D'Orazio 

Riverdale — Marketing 
Arnold Leroy Dutcher 

Galesburg — Marketing 
Thomas Howard Edbrooke 

Itasca — Manage ment 
Stanley R. Elliott 

Carmi — Accounting 
Fredrick Joseph Esch 

Washington — Marketing 
David Lee Fabian 

Carbondale — Management 



David Joseph Favaro 

River Grove — Accounting 

Maurice J. Ferratier 

Taylorville — Management 

Robert Michael Fichter 
Chicago — Marketing 

Michael L. Fitzpatrick 

Arlington Heights — Marketing 

John F. Fort 

Morton — Accounting 
Stanton Monroe Fowler, Jr. 

Mt. Vernon — Accounting 
Jack Roguey Franks 

Rockford — Accounting 
Walter C. Friedland 

Elgin — Accounting 
Steven Elliot Friend 

Chicago — Marketing 
Donald Dean Gergovich 

LaSalle — Marketing 
Wayne Robert Gersch 

Chicago — Marketing 
Jerome Michael Gilfert 

Murphysboro — Marketing 
Robert Lee Gobel 

Equality — Accounting 
Lee A. Godin 

Kankakee — Man age ment 
Albert W. Groner, Jr. 

Elgin — Accounting 
Joseph Richard Grudzinski 

Chicago — Marketing 
Douglas L. Haas 

Belmont, California — Marketing 
Tawfiq Wajih Halawa 

Nablus, Jordan — Marketing 
August R. Hallmann 

Chicago — Marketing 
Thomas G. Hankinson 

Champaign — Marketing 
James A. Hanson 

Oak Forest — Finance 
Norbert Paul Hartmann 

Red Bud — Accounting 
James A. Hennings 

Deerfield — Marketing 
Robert Erick Holmgren 

Chicago — Management 
Andy Dale Hopson 

Equality — Management 
Bruce Gordon Horsfall 

Greenville — Finance 
Thomas Alex House 

Chicago Heights — Management 
Gerald Raymond Huge 

Hoyleton — Management 
Joseph Anthony James 

Chicago — Management 
James Raymond Jamrok 

Orland Park — Finance 

David M. Johnson 

Carbondale — Management 

James Robert Johnson 

Glenview — Marketing 
Robert Alvin Johnson 

Western Springs — Marketing 



Roy Albert Judge 

Gray ville — Marke ting 
Donald A. Kapral 

Chicago — Marketing 
Patricia Lynn Kawula 

Granite City — Marketing 
Thomas Leroy Kindt 

Chicago — Marke ting 
Louie Douglass King 

Ullin — Accounting 
James H. Koller 

Palatine — Management 
Richard Steven Kroll 

Melrose Park — Marketing 
Roger William Kuba 

Staunton — Management 
William Karl Landwer 

Dundee — Marketing 
Bryan T. Lasher 

Peoria — Marketing 
Lloyd L. Leabhard 

Carbondale — Management 

Sheldon G. Levenbrook 
Carbondale — Marketing 

Robert Allan Lindsey 

Carbondale — Managemen t 

Stephen C. Little 

Rantoul — Management 

William Christopher Lloyd 

East St. Louis — Management 
Edward Emmett Loftus 

Chicago — Marketing 
John Alfred Lohmiller, Jr. 

Rantoul — Management 
Daniel A. Lopatowski 

Murphysboro — Marketing 
Jeffrey A. Ludwa 

Markham — Marketing 
Terry J. Magoon 

Erie, Pennsylvania — Marketing 
James Edward Majewski 

Chicago — Management 
Robert Frank Mance 

Countryside — Marketing 
Marshall Edwin Marlin 

E nfield — Marketing 
Robert Martinez 

Granite City — Management 
Sam John Marzullo, Jr. 

Bensenville — Marketing 

Richard Glenn Massow 

Carbondale — A ceo unting 
David Russell Mathers 

Indianapolis, Indiana — 
Management 
James Douglas McKay 

Belle Rive — Accounting 
Nickolas Herman McKenzie 

Carbondale — Management 
Ronald John Merkel 

Lansing — Economics 
Lucky Michael Francis Mezny 

Chicago — Marketing 
Judith L. Mitchell 

Pana — Accounting 
Warren G. Mock 

Cicero — Management 



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James F. Moreau 

Carbondale— Accounting 

Kenneth LaVern Morey 

Elwood — Marketing 
Richard Arthur Neuffer 

Elmhurst — Marketing 
Dennis Keith Niemann 

Murphysboro — Marketing 
Kenneth Alan Patrick 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Craig Seiler Penwell 

Pana — Management 
George Altona Pope III 

Sullivan — Marketing 
John Clinton Potts 

Eureka — Management 
Ronald G. Prchal 

Lockport — Marketing 
Jimmie Lee Price 

Sparta — Management 
Eugene F. Purcell, Jr. 

Elmhurst — Marketing 
James Leroy Rasmussen 

Paxton — Marketing 
Nancy Jo Reynolds 

Vienna — Marketing 
James Robert Rice, Jr. 

Tuscola — Marketing 
Michael L. Richardson 

Belleville — Management 
Timothy Edward Rooney 

Chicago — Marketing 
Michael Lee Rosenstiel 

Freeport — Management 



John Drew Rousseau 

Chicago — Marketing 
Joseph Frederick Ruder 

Carbondale — Managemen t 
Markham L. Sapoznik 

Urbana — Ma n age ment 
Edward Robert Schalk 

Oak Lawn — Marketing 
Roger Lee Schanz 

Waterloo — Economics 
Frederick Charles Schulz 

Centralia — Managemen t 
James Franklin Scott 

Chicago Heights — Management 
William J. Sebastian 

Oak Park — Marketing 
Lee Wendell Seward 

Jefferson City, Missouri — 
Marketing 
Terrance Michael Sheehan 

Berwyn — Management 
Robert D. Shurig 

Springfield — Management 
James J. Sierra 

Chicago Heights — Marketing 
Howard Barry Silver 

Chicago — Accounting 
David Michael Smith 

Danville — Finance 
Donnie Burl Smith 

Bluford — Management 
Paul Frederick Sodko 

Ashley — Accounting 



Charles N. Sorensen 

Elmhurst — Finance 
Roger Lee Stevenson 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Edward Wayne Sursa 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Bernardo J. Sydow Knappstein 

Barquisimeto, Venezuela — 
Marketing 
Ronald Elvis Tolley 

McLeansboro — Economics 
John Edward Truitt 

Vandalia — Accounting 
Choko Uema 

Naha, Okinawa — Accounting 
Bernard Lee Uffelman 

Chester — Accounting 

Gary Lee Van Meter 

Carrier Mills — Accounting 

Albert F. Verbeke, Jr. 

Reynolds — Accounting 
Richard S. Voigts 

Wilmette — Marketing 
William Charles Walker 

Eskridge, Kansas — Accounting 
Martin Wallace 

Chicago — Marketing 
Michael Louis Warner 

Chicago — Marketing 
William Scott Wike 

Springfield — Marketing 
Gary L. Williams 

Robinson — Finance 
Douglas Wayne Ziegler 

Glendale, Missouri — Marketing 



SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS 

C. Horton Talley, Dean 
Lester Breniman, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



John Lawrence Adams 

Macomb — Radio-Television 

James Daniel Allen 

Elgin — Radio-Television 

Carl Edward Ballantine 
Lockport — Journalism 

Wanda Brandon Barras 

Marion — Journalism 
Joseph Richard Bartolo 

Peoria — Speech 
William Michael Benson 

Aurora — Radio-Television 
Jeffrey Alan Bernard 

Chicago — Photography 
Bernard John Biernacki 

Chicago — Journalism 
Shirley Anne Blackburn 

Flora — Journalism 



William Otto Bodeen 

Sycamore — Radio- Television 
Richard Carl Bogren 

Makanda — Journalism 

Jack D. Buchanan 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Edna Jane Connolly 

Decatur — Radio-Television 
Thomas E. Connor 

Glenview — Journalism 
Michael Lee DeDoncker * 

East Moline — Journalism 
Gregory L. Dent 

Decatur — Radio-Television 
Larry Eugene Drafall 

Elgin — Journalism 
Robert Philip Dubinsky 

Highland Park — Radio- 
Television 



Jane Ann Elledge 

Litchfield — Journalism 

Jacqueline Kathryn Fancher 
Salem — Journalism 

Bruce Edward Feldman 
Kankakee — Theater 

Robert John Fenton 

Chicago — Radio-Television 

Robert Wayne Fordonski 

Joliet — Journalism 
Diana Lynn Fox 

Madison — Journalism 
Joseph George Garuckas 

Chicago — Jo urnalism 
Marcia Arlene Gilles 

Chicago — Theater 
David Lee Greubel 

Carbondale — Radio- Television 



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Dennis William Gunter 

Carbondale — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Patrick Joseph Gushman 

Barrington — Radio -Television 
David M. Halperin 

Park Forest — Radio-Television 
Richard F. Hanchett 

Webster Groves, Missouri — 
Photography 
Lee E. Harmon 

Murphysboro — Theater 
Patricia Ann Harvey 

Carbondale — Journalism 
Serine Rosell Hastings 

Chicago — Journalism 
Daniel Kenneth Hayes 

Carbondale — Journalism 
David Hill 

Lincolnwood — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Weston Arthur Hinkell 

Chicago — Journalism 
Gary Jon Kelber 

Chicago — Journalism 
Askold Roland Klufas 

Berwyn — Radio-Television 
Francine M. Kolcz 

Chicago — Journalism 
Gail Carol Krause 

Berkeley Heights, New Jersey — 
Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Dennis Kuczajda 

Evergreen Park — Journalism 
Marilyn Elizabeth Lee * 

Peoria — Journalism 
Gregory Leonchik 

Dowell — Radio-Television 
Richard A. Lewis 

Northbrook — Journalism 



Paul James Libby 

Addison — Journalism 
Robbie Mary Lopatowski 

Brookfield — Speech 
Peter Ballantyne Magee 

Bloomington — Theater 
J. Steven Main 

Champaign — Radio-Television 
Bonnie Alison Malek 

North Riverside — Speech 

E. Craig Martin 

Carbondale — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
William J. McGraw 

Tempe, Arizona — Journalism 
Martin C. Miller 

Skokie — Journalism 
Sarah Jeanette Morgan 

Ava — Speech 
Timothy Charles Muzzy 

Aurora — Radio-Television 
Allen Lee Nelson 

Waukegan — Speech 
Mary Lee Oelschlaeger 

Carterville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Kenneth Charles Ortiz 

Northfield — Journalism 
David Gerard Palermo 

Kankakee — Journalism 
Michael C. Pellegrino 

Harvard — Journalism 
Robert W. Plassman 

Centralia — Radio-Television 
Jerald C. Pocus 

Aurora — Journalism 
Ronald W. Porter 

Waukegan — Journalism 
Ronald Jay Razowsky 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Dale Wesley Reach 

Christopher — Radio-Television 



Dean Arthur Rebuffoni 
Pekin — Journalism 

Linda L. Reiniger * 

Belleville — Journalism 
Lewis Allan Ross 

Clifton, New Jersey — Radio- 
Television 
Mimi L. Sandifer 

Greenville — Journalism 
Donald Lee Schlueter 

M oline — Pho tography 
Virginia Lee Schreiber 

Carbondale — Speech 
Michael Richard Scott 

Chrisman — Speech 
James Allen Skogseth 

Chicago — Printing Management 
Michaelyn S. Sloan 

Carbondale — Journalism 
Marie T. Starsiak 

Chicago — Speech 
Catherine Lorraine Stoll 

Algonquin — Radio-Television 
Daniel Richard Thomas 

Chicago — Speech 

Richard Dennis Van Raes 
Moline — Radio-Television 

Andrew T. Viator II 

Matteson — Radio -Television 
Robert Allen Ward, Jr. 

Chicago — Journalism 
Margie A. Watson 

Hillsboro — Theater 

Mark Jay Wolfson 

Huntington Station, New York — 
Radio-Television 
Lucille Waters Younger 

Chicago — Journalism 
Larry Steven Zar 

Oak Park — Journalism 



SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 



Phillip H. Olsson, Asst. Dean 
Herbert Fink, Marshal 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



John Williamson Baackes, Jr. 

Carbondale — Design 
Terese Marie Belford 

Dolton — Art 
Philip C. Bumbacher 

Godfrey — Design 
Benjamin C. Burton 

Carbondale — Art 
W. Larry Busch 

Champaign — Design 



Lewis Charles Cadkin 

Evanston — Design 
Elaine Patricia Covone 

Northbrook — Art 
Jack Randall Dabis 

Calumet City — Design 
Shelby J. Dagis 

Rockford — Art 

Jon Rodney Fistonich 
Riverside — Art 



Timothy James Gabel 

Northbrook — Art 
Heather Neild Genrich 

Rockford — Art 
Carol Ann Heideman 

Rockford — Art 
Harry H. Hopkins 

Rochester — Design 
Preston E. Jackson 

Decatur — Art 



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Alan Wesley Karr 

Bourbonnais — Art 
Jay Kenneth Koepke 

May wood — Art 
Valerie Katherine Levernier 

Union — Art 
Cynthia Dale Lieberman 

Glencoe — Art 

Kathleen Mahurin 

Oak Lawn — Art 
Cynthia Gail McCarty * 

Clinton — Art 
Jerome F. Meinhardt 

Skokie — Design 



Ramah Marie Munier 

O'Fallon — Art 
Linda Merresa Naftulin 

Skokie — Art 
Harlene Rae Newell 

Mt. Vernon — Art 
John E. Nied 

Downers Grove — Art 
Linda Ann Osborne 

Decatur — Art 
Cheryl J. Parsons 

Overland Park, Kansas — Art 



Patrick H. Perez 

Highland Park — Art 
Michael Edward Pilkington 

Hamilton — Art 
Benjamin William Quaintance 

Moline — Design 

Alan R. Stern 
Skokie — Art 

Herbert Raymond Trochelman 

Berkeley — Design 
Randy Earl Wiggins 

Benton — Art 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Ruth Ann Alsup 

Morton — Music 
Robert Stanley Bloemker 

Centralia — Music 
Patricia Kay Brock 

Fairfield — Music 
Rebecca Jane Gonyer 

Anna — Music 



Floyd Albert Griffy 

Newton — Music 
JoAnn Elizabeth Gunter 

Carbondale — Music 
David George Harris 

Collinsville — Music 
Norbert Eugene Herman Krausz 

New Baden — Music 



Albert R. Rainey 

Mt. Vernon — Music 
Rebecca Ann Jones Sliva 

Carbondale — Music 
Robert Franklin Snyder, Jr. 

Hazleton, Pennsylvania — Music 
Danny Charles Wilmoth 

Carbondale — Music 



SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Eileen E. Quigley, Dean 
Phyllis Bubnas, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



James Randall Choate 

Marion — Home Economics 

Susan Jane Christian 

Hazelwood, Missouri — Home 
Economics 

Diane R. Cooper 

Merrionette Park — Home 
Economics 

Catherine M. Coradini 

Glencoe — Home Economics 
Stephanie E. Corpora 

Rockford — Home Economics 
William J. Fanizzo 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Suzanne Barbara Ferrari 

North Riverside — Home 
Economics 
Rochelle Ann Ginder 

Areola — Home Economics 
Nancy DuBois Green 

Champaign — Home Economics 
Alice Jane Jones Hunt 

Benton — Home Economics 
Cynthia A. Jarosz 

Chicago — Home Economics 



Jessica M. Jemison 

Alton — Home Economics 
Ruth Tenney Kerwath 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Ruth Marie Knott 

Cypress — Home Economics 
Laurie Cavanaugh Kuljis 

Two Rivers, Wisconsin — Home 
Economics 
Marie Jensen Loftus 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Linda Lou Hopkins Martin 

Johnston City — Home 
Economics 
Kay McCarty 

Murphysboro — Home Economics 
Jewel Lyn Moeller 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Shirley Jean Oats 

Unity — Home Economics 
Diana Sue Ostrodka 

Sandoval — Home Economics 
Susan Jean Pocklington 

South Standard — Home 
Economics 
Lynne Murdock Prizzia 

Richmond, Virginia — Home 
Economics 



Linda Sue Remias 

Chicago — Home Economics 

Sue Ann Rice 

Taylorville — Home Economics 

Carla Dolores Romano 

Glenview — Home Economics 

Karen Ann Schrader 

Waterloo — Home Economics 

Judith G. Shultz 

Carlyle — Home Economics 

Bonnie Joy Singer 

Oak Park — Home Economics 

Linda Dale Singer 

Chicago — Home Economics 

Vicky Lynn Stump 

Harrisburg — Home Economics 

Patricia Anne Teply 

Harrisburg — Home Economics 

Eileen M. Walsh 

Chicago — Home Economics 

Elizabeth Mae Yehling 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Dena Charlene Youngs 

Granite City — Home Economics 



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SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 



Thomas B. Jefferson, Dean 
Marvin Johnson, Marshal 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Richard Joseph Bendorf 

Trenton — Industrial Technology 
Reynold P. Berra 

Herrin — Engineering 
David F. Boesch 

Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 
John W. Bowlin 

Desoto — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
George Paul Brettrager 

Niles — Engineering Technology 
Carl David Broskie 

West Frankfort — Engineering 
Technology 
Robert William Buhr 

Murphysboro — Engineering 
John H. Burnside 

Vandalia — Engineering 
Technology 

Edward John Cain 

Lake Villa — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Joseph Robert Cash 

Macomb — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Christopher Kwok-Chung Cheung 
Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Engineering 

Robert Lee Chiles 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Carl Walter Clausen 

Naperville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
James David Cobb 

Decatur — Engineering 
Kent R. Collins 

Morton — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Iraj Davanipour 

Tehran, Iran — Engineering 
Technology 
Bahman Djahed 

Tehran, Iran — Engineering 
Willard John Duensing * * 

Steeleville — Engineering 
Robert Allen England 

Decatur — Industrial Technology 

Louis Edward Fideli, Jr. 
Oak Lawn — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



Charles Eugene Fuller 
Marion — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Mickey LeRoy Gossett 

Colp — Technical and Industrial 
Education 

Donald Russ Gustin 
Eureka — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

John Joseph Haller 

Stone Park — Engineering 
Technology 

John G. Harper 

Peoria — Engineering Technology 

Major Hearn, Jr. 

Springfield — Engineering 
Technology 
James Carl Hibbard 

Desoto — Industrial Technology 
Richard Lee Hockenbrock 
Liverpool, Pennsylvania — 
Engineering Technology 
Dean Alvin Johnson 

Elmwood Park — Industrial 
Technology 
Michael J. Jones 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 
Glenn Lester Kilbert 
Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
Jack Delee Kruzich 

Catlin — Industrial Technology 
Frank Michael Loffredo 
Waukegan — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
John Edgar Love 

Murphysboro — Industrial 
Technology 

Max Howard Lude, Jr. 

West Frankfort — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Kenneth Charles Ludwig 

Elgin — Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Lester Alvin Lundeen, Jr. 

LaGrange — Engineering 
George William Manteck III 

Cicero — Industrial Technology 

Lawrence James McWard 
Morrisonville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



Larry Earl Miles 

Jonesboro — Engineering 
Technology 

Max A. Minnick 

Robinson — Applied Science 

Roger Allen Monte 

Pinckneyville — Engineering 
Technology 

Thomas Carey Moreland 
Eureka — Engineering 
Technology 

Dennis Raymond Mueller 
Belleville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

James Robert Murray 
DuQuoin — Engineering 
Technology 

Phillip Alvin Myerson 
Chicago — Engineering 

J. Michael Norton, Jr. 
Peoria — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Jerry Thomas Ohren 
Pocahontas — Industrial 
Technology 
Dennis Jacob Oltmanns 
Lincoln — Engineering 
Technology 

Sujin Phatanarajta 
Bangkok, Thailand — 
Engineering Technology 
Melbourne Lee Presswood 
Centralia — Engineering 
Technology 
Gary Wayne Raines 

Murphysboro — Engineering 
Technology 
Howell Lynn Reynolds 
Carterville — Engineering 
Technology 
Gene Howard Schaefer 

Edwardsville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Robert Louis Schick 

Springfield — Engineering 
Technology 
John A. Sears 

Atkinson — Engineering 
Technology 

Hayward Martin Seber 

Lawrenceville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



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Kurt Elliott Slaughter 
Marengo — Industrial 
Technology 
Charles Ross Smith 

Mt. Vernon — Industrial 
Technology 
Gary Russell Smith 

Virden — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Peter Joseph Smith 

Brookfield — Engineering 
Technology 
Russell George Swallow 
Lombard — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



Manuel E. Taracido 

Kinmundy — Engineering 

Allen B. Thomas 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 

Jeffrey Richard Vidas 
Bensenville — Engineering 
Technology 
Edward E. Watson, Jr. 

Jasonville, Indiana — Industrial 
Technology 
Lawrence J. Weibeler 
Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 



James William Wendt 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Dennis Glenn Whitehurst 
Wheeler — Engineering 
Technology 
William Edward Whiting 

Anna — Engineering 
George Albert Williams 
Marion — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Donald Albert Woodward 

New Athens — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Thomas G. Zielinski 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 



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Candidates for the Associate Degree 

DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 

E. J. Simon, Dean 
Harry Soderstrom, Marshal 

ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



Janet R. Bowyer 

Carbondale — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Linda Del Brunswick 

Glenview — Cooperative Retailing 
John W. Burrell 

Carbondale — Cooperative 
Retailing 
C. Kenneth Cazalet 

Assumption — Accounting 
Georgia C. Clutteur 

Watseka — Medical Secretarial 
Bruce Allen DeLoach 

Barrington — Electronic Data 
Processing 
F. William Fromme 

New Berlin — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Kathleen Anne Gasa 

Rock Island — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Sally D. Henderson 

Greenup — Medical Secretarial 
Vicki A. Hogan 

Deland — Cooperative Retailing 
Gary D. Hott 

Decatur — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Robert A. Jackson 

Assumption — Accounting 
Paul L. Johnson 

Paxton — Accounting 



Henry Eugene Juvers 
Carterville — Cooperative 
Retailing 
James P. Kruse 

Waggoner — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Kenneth E. Lange 

Shobonier — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Charles William Leebens 
Carbondale — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Connie K. Masching 
Emington — Cooperative 
Retailing 
James John McNeeley 

Bushnell — Cooperative Retailing 
Margaret Ann Meece 
Monticello — Executive 
Secretarial 
Linda Susan Neff 

Decatur — Accoun ting 
Kathy Lynn Neifing 

Bradley — Legal Secretarial 
Larry Lee Oestreich 

Decatur — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Patricia Mary Paul 

Park Forest — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Kathy Laura Peters 

Marion — Electronic Data 
Processing 



Mary Agnes Raczkiewicz 

Berwyn — Executive Secretarial 

Mary Louise Slade 

Urbana — Cooperative Retailing 

Susan Cathryn Somers 

Kewanee — Executive Secretarial 

Cynthia M. Stickle 

Dupo — Legal Secretarial 
Sandra Sumy 

Shawneetown — Executive 
Secretarial 
Pamela Ann Thier 

Murphysboro — Legal Secretarial 
James Warren Thies 

Carbond ale — A ceo u nting 
Debra Lee Travis 

Belknap — Executive Secretarial 
Karen Kay Weibeler 

Godfrey — Executive Secretarial 
Kaylin Jean Wiley 

Springfield — Execu tive 
Secretarial 
Steven Rice Wood 

Springfield, Missouri — 
Cooperative Retailing 
Walter Edward Zahnle * 

Carbondale — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Michael Lynn Zipfel 

Red Bud — Accounting 



ASSOCIATE IN TECHNOLOGY 



Charles H. Anders, Jr. 

Sidney — Mortuary Science 
Charles Daniel Bass 

Hillsboro — Automotive 
Technology 

Roger Fredrick Beckmeier 
Shobonier — Electronics 
Technology 

Larry Dean Bethard 
Mt. Vernon — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 



David Edward Blaise 

Murphysboro — Mortuary 
Science 
David Perry Brandt 
Lincoln — Automotive 
Technology 
James Danny Byassee 
Shawneetown — Mortuary 
Science 
Steven Michael Cooper 

Sycamore — Mortuary Science 

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John Robert Day 

Carlyle — Mortuary Science 

Robert A. Frankhauser 
Avon — Mortuary Science 

Mickey Leroy Gossett 

Colp — Automotive Technology 
Jeffrey J. Haggenjos 

Rantoul — Mortuary Science 
James John Higginbotham 

Springfield — Automotive 
Technology 



Lorn Russell Honey, Jr. J. Michael Norton, Jr. Suzann Kay Stimpert 

Tamms — Aviation Technology Peoria — Tool and Manufacturing Washington — Mortuary Science 

Donald Charles Jones Technology Gerald Dick Vogel 

Decatur — Printing Technology David Keith Parker Clinton — Aviation Technology 

Mohammad I. Kohi Sterling— Mortuary Science Larry Wallace Walston 

Faryab, Afghanistan — Aviation Charles I. Prior, Jr. Alton — Aviation Technology 

Technology Thompsonville — Automotive Darell Dean Wicker 

John Robert Kreft, Jr. Technology West Frankfort— Electronics 

Bensenville — Mortuary Science George Lawson Southwick Technology 

Lynn A. Kull Chatham — Mortuary Science 

Altamont — Mortuary Science 



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Faculty Retiring 



NINE YEARS OF SERVICE 

P. Roy Brammell 
Educational Administration and Foundations 



THIRTEEN YEARS OF SERVICE 

Ralph O. Gallington 
Professor in the School of Technology 



ELEVEN YEARS OF SERVICE 

Neil W. Hosley 
Professor of Forestry 



EIGHTEEN YEARS OF SERVICE 

Noble J. Kelly 
Research Professor of Psychology 



TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF SERVICE 

Eileen E. Quigley 
Dean of the School of Home Economics 



TWENTY-FOUR YEARS OF SERVICE 

Henry J. Rehn 

Professor of Management 



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Necrology 



Luis A. Baralt 

Visiting Professor of Foreign Languages and Philosophy 
July 18, 1969 

William F. Betterton 

Associate Professor of Music 
June 22, 1969 

Paul W. Isbell 

Assistant to the Chancellor 
April 24, 1969 

Dr. Katharina Kalnins 

University Health Service 
August 3, 1969 

Tillman M. Moore 

Researcher in Institutional Research 
April 23, 1969 

William Richard Quails 

Instructor in Instructional Television 
June 10, 1969 



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Marshals 

PLATFORM MARSHALS 
Nancy Ross * Michael Crackel * 

CONVOCATIONS COMMITTEE 

Wilbur C. McDaniel, Chairman Wesley K. Morgan Robert McGrath 

Walter J. Wills I. P. Brackett Robert Odaniell 

Marvin P. Hill Jean Stehr Buren Robbins 

* Members of Angel Flight and Arnold Air Society 



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Academic Attire 



All candidates for degrees and those who hold 
these degrees, including University officials and 
faculty and visiting dignitaries, are attired in tradi- 
tional cap and gown. Representatives of American 
universities met in 1895 and agreed upon a standard 
style of academic attire for the various degrees. 
This Intercollegiate Code, revised in 1932 and again 
in 1959, is followed today by all American colleges 
and universities except for a few schools which con- 
tinue to use the styles of England. 

CAPS 

Candidates for degrees wear the regulation black 
mortarboard cap with tassel appropriate to the 
school or division from which they are being grad- 
uated, with the exception of those who already hold 
doctor's degrees, who are privileged to wear gold 
tassels. 

The authorized list of tassels follows: 
Baccalaureate and Associate Degrees 

Education — Light Blue 

Liberal Arts — White 

Agriculture — Maize 

Business — Drab 

Communications — Blue 

Fine Arts — Brown 

Music — Pink 

Music Education — Light Blue 

Home Economics — Maroon 

Technology — Orange 

Nursing — Apricot 

VTI-Technology — Orange 

VTI-Business— Drab 

VTI-Art— White 
Master's Degrees 

All fields— Black 
Doctor of Philosophy — Gold 

GOWNS 

The bachelor's gown has a closed front and long, 
pointed, open sleeves. The master's gown has either 
an open or closed front with extremely long, closed 
sleeves, open at the wrist; the end of the oblong 
sleeve is square, with an arc of a circle cut away 
just above the bottom. The doctor's gown may be 
worn open or closed. It has voluminous bell-shaped 
sleeves on which appear three velvet bars (usually 
black, but sometimes in the color of the subject 
area) . 

HOODS 

The master's hood is three and one-half feet long 
with a three-inch-wide velvet edging of the ap- 
propriate color. 

The colors for those master's degrees granted by 
Southern Illinois University are: 

Master of Arts — White 

Master of Business Administration — Drab 

Master of Fine Arts — Brown 



Master of Music — Pink 

Master of Music Education — Pink 

Master of Science — Gold 

Master of Science in Education — Gold 

The lining is in color or colors of the institution 
granting the degree. 

The doctor's hood is easily recognized by a four- 
inch width of velvet edging, the wide panels at 
either side, the greater length, and the full exposure 
of the lining. The colors of the edging most fre- 
quently seen are blue for philosophy, light blue for 
education, green for medicine, purple for laws, 
yellow for science and white for arts and letters. 
The colors of the lining are those of the school 
from which the degree is granted. 

Below are listed a few schools and their colors 
from which faculty appearing in the academic 
procession have received degrees: 
University of Alabama — Crimson and White 
Arizona State University — Maroon and Gold 
University of Arizona — National Red and Blue 
University of Arkansas — Cardinal and White 
Auburn University — Burnt Orange, Royal Blue 
Boston University — Scarlet and White 
Bradley University — Red and White 
Brandeis University — Wedgewood Blue 
Bryn Mawr — Old Gold and White 
University of California — Gold and Yale Blue 
California Institute of Technology — Orange and 

White 
Carnegie Institute of Technology — Carnegie Tartan 
University of Chicago — Maroon 
University of Cincinnati — Red and Black 
Clark University — White and Emerald Green 
Colorado School of Mines — Light Navy and Silver 

Gray 
Colorado State College of Education — Old Gold 

and Purple 
Colorado State University — Pumpkin Yellow and 

Alfalfa Green 
University of Colorado — Gold and Silver Gray 
Columbia University — Light Blue and White 
University of Connecticut — National Flag Blue and 

White 
Cornell University — Carnelian and White 
University of Delaware — Blue and Golden Yellow 
University of Denver — Crimson and Gold 
Duke University — Yale Blue and White 
Emory University — Blue and Gold 
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy — Brown and 

Blue 
Florida State University — Garnet and Gold 
University of Florida — Orange and Blue 
George Peabody College for Teachers — Garnet and 

Turquoise 
George Washington University — Dark Blue and 

Buff 
Harvard University — Crimson 
University of Houston — Red and White 



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University of Illinois — Navy Blue and Orange 
Illinois Institute of Technology — Scarlet and Silver 

Gray 
Indiana University — Crimson and Cream 
University of Iowa — Old Gold 
Iowa State University of Science and Technology — 

Old Gold and Cardinal 
The John Hopkins University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Kansas — Blue and White 
Kansas State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Yellow Gold and Crimson 
University of Kentucky — Blue and White 
Lehigh University — Brown and White 
Louisiana State University and Agriculture and 

Mechanical College — Purple and Gold 
University of Kentucky, Louisville — Cardinal 
Loyola University ( Chicago ) — Maroon and Gold 
University of Maryland — Black and Old Gold 
University of Massachusetts — Maroon and White 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Cardinal 

and Silver Gray 
University of Miami — Orange, White, and Green 
University of Michigan — Maze and Azure Blue 
Michigan State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Green and White 
University of Minnesota — Old Gold and Maroon 
University of Missouri — Old Gold and Black 
Montana State University — Copper and Silver-Gold 
University of Nebraska — Scarlet and Cream 
University of New Mexico — Silver Gray and Cherry 

Red 
New York University — Violet 
North Carolina State University — Red and White 
University of North Carolina — Columbia Blue and 

White 
Northwestern University — Purple and Gold 
Notre Dame University — Old Gold and Royal Blue 
Ohio State University — Scarlet and Gray 
Oklahoma State University — Orange and Black 
University of Oklahoma — Crimson and Cream 
Oregon State University — Burnt Orange 
University of Oregon — Lemon and Emerald Green 
University of Pennsylvania — Red and Blue 
The Pennsylvania State University — Dark Blue and 

White 
University of Pittsburgh — Navy Blue and Gold 
Princeton University — Orange and Black 
Purdue University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Rochester — Dandelion Yellow 
Rutgers University — Scarlet 
Saint Louis University — White and Yale Blue 
University of South Dakota — Red 
University of Southern California — Gold and Cardi- 
nal 



Southern Illinois University — Maroon and White 

Stanford University — Cardinal 

Syracuse University — Orange 

Temple University — White and Cherry 

Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University — 

Maroon and White 
Texas Technical College — Scarlet and Black 
Texas Woman's University — Olive Green and Light 

Blue 
University of Utah — Red and White 
University of Virginia — Navy Blue and Orange 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute — Orange and Maroon 
Washington State University — Crimson and Silver 

Gray 
Washington University — Green and Red 
University of Washington — Purple and Gold 
Wayne State University — Forest Green and Old 

Gold 
West Virginia University — Old Gold and Navy Blue 
Western Reserve University — White and Scarlet 
University of Wisconsin — Cardinal 
University of Wyoming — Brown and Yellow 
Yale University — Yale Blue 

Universities outside the United States from which 
faculty members have received doctor's degrees: 

Allahabad University 

Budapest University 

Interamerican University, Mexico 

Ludvig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany 

National University of Mexico 

Oxford University 

Patna University 

Philips University of Marburg, Germany 

Stephen Tisza, Hungary 

University of Amsterdam 

University of Barcelona 

University of Bombay 

University of Delhi 

University of Free Ukraine, Munich, Germany 

University of Freiburg 

University of Glasgow 

University of Goettingen 

University of Havana 

University of Liverpool 

University of Madrid 

University of Munich 

University of Natal 

University of Nottingham 

University of Oslo 

University of Paris 

University of Vienna 



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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 

94th Annual Commencement, August 30, 1969 

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CARBONDALE, ILLINOIS 




OBJECTIVES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



TO EXALT BEAUTY 

In God, 

in nature, and 
in art; 
Teaching how to love the best 

but to keep the human touch; 

TO ADVANCE LEARNING 

In all lines of truth 

wherever they may lead, 
Showing how to think 

rather than what to think, 
Assisting the powers 

of the mind 
In their self-development; 

TO FORWARD IDEAS AND IDEALS 

In our democracy, 
Inspiring respect for others 

as for ourselves, 
Ever promoting freedom 

with responsibility; 

TO BECOME A CENTER OF ORDER AND LIGHT 

That knowledge may lead 

to understanding 
And understanding 

to wisdom. 



Commencement 

June 12, 1970 



Board of Trustees 



Southern Illinois University operates under the jurisdiction of a Board of Trustees created by a 
Charter granted by the Illinois General Assembly. The Board consists of seven members appointed by 
the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Instruction who serves as an ex officio member. Mem- 
bers are appointed for terms of six years. 

Mr. Lindell W. Sturgis, Chairman Metropolis 

Mr. Harold R. Fischer, V ice-Chairman Granite City 

Mr. Melvin C. Lockard, Secretary Mattoon 

Dr. Martin V. Brown Carbondale 

Mr. Ivan A. Elliott, Jr Carmi 

Mr. F. Guy Hitt Benton 

Mr. Eugene T. Simonds Carbondale 

Honorable Ray Page (Ex officio) Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 



11 



The University 



southern Illinois university was established 
in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal University. 
The shortened name became official in 1947 by 
action of the state legislature. 

In 1874 the first building on the campus at 
Carbondale was completed, financed by state- 
appropriated funds and contributions from citi- 
zens of Jackson County. In the fall of that year, 
the first regular academic year for the school, 
150 students were enrolled. The student popula- 
tion has increased steadily and now exceeds 
35,000. 

For some years after its establishment, South- 
ern Illinois University operated as a two-year 
normal school. In 1907 it became a four-year, 
degree-granting institution, though continuing 
its two-year course until 1936. In 1943, after a 
vigorous campaign led by President Roscoe Pul- 
liam, the state legislature changed the institu- 
tion, which had been in theory exclusively a 
teacher-training school, into a university, thereby 
taking official recognition of the great demand in 
the area for diversified training. 

The action of the legislature led to establish- 
ing colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Vocations and Professions, offering 
the Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor 
of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Grad- 
uate work was instituted in 1943 and the Grad- 
uate School was formally established in 1948. At 
this time it was authorized to grant The Master 
of Arts and Master of Science degrees in addi- 
tion to the Master of Science in Education. In 

1952 the Master of Fine Arts degree was added 
to the list, the Doctor of Philosophy in 1955, and 
in 1956 the Master of Music and the Master of 
Music Education. The divisions of Communica- 
tions, Fine Arts, and Rural Studies were estab- 
lished in 1953, and in 1955 became the schools of 
Communications, Fine Arts, and Agriculture, 
respectively. The College of Vocations and Pro- 
fessions was dissolved, and a School of Business 
was created in 1956. In 1957 the Department of 
Home Economics became the School of Home 
Economics. In 1959 the Department of Applied 
Science became the School of Applied Science, 
which, in 1961, was renamed the School of Tech- 
nology to include the engineering programs. The 
growth of classes for adults and for those seeking 
technical training led to the establishment in 

1953 of the Division of Technical and Adult Ed- 
ucation, of which the Vocational-Technical Insti- 
tute is a part. The Department of Nursing was 



established in 1955; subsequently, it has been 
transferred to Edwardsville. 

The Community Development Institute was 
established in 1956. Labor, Latin American, and 
Rehabilitation institutes were created in 1957, 
The Transportation Institute in 1960, and the 
Center for the Study of Crime, Delinquency, 
and Corrections in 1961. A Center for Viet- 
namese Studies and Programs was created in 
1969. The International Services Division ad- 
ministers adviser and teaching teams in eight 
areas of the world. 

In 1949 the Belleville Residence Center was 
established. Then, because of the growing de- 
mand for educational opportunities in the Madi- 
son-St. Clair counties area, the University estab- 
lished the Alton Residence Center and the East 
St. Louis Residence Center in 1957. In 1959 the 
Southwestern Illinois agencies were organized in- 
to a unit coordinate with the Carbondale Cam- 
pus and named the Edwardsville Campus. On a 
2,600-acre site near Edwardsville a new campus 
was constructed, with instruction beginning in 
1965. The Carbondale Campus and the Edwards- 
ville Campus were renamed in 1969 and are now 
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and 
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 

The instructional framework of Southern Illi- 
nois University at Edwardsville consists of the 
Business Division, Education Division, Fine Arts 
Division, Humanities Division, Science and Tech- 
nology Division, Social Sciences Division, and the 
Department of Nursing, in which an undergrad- 
uate may choose from thirty-three different con- 
centrations leading to a bachelor's degree. Grad- 
uate students may earn the following degrees: 
Master of Arts, Master of Business Administra- 
tion, Master of Music, Master of Fine Arts, 
Master of Science, and Master of Science in 
Education. The Certificate of Specialist is avail- 
able for persons in education who wish to study 
beyond the master's degree. 

The presidents of the University have been 

Robert Allyn 1874-1892 

John Hull 1892-1893 

Harvey W. Everest 1893-1897 

Daniel B. Parkinson 1897-1913 

Henry W. Shryock 1913-1935 

Roscoe Pulliam 1935-1944 

Chester F. Lay 1944-1948 

Delyte W. Morris 1948- 



lii 



Order of the Exercises 



processional Psalm XIX Benedetto Marcello 



invocation The Reverend M. Allen Line, B.A., B.D. 

Director of the Student Christian Foundation 



conferring of the advanced degrees 



Presentation of Candidates 

Professor Robert MacVicar, Ph.D. 

Chancellor 



CONFERRING OF THE BACCALUAREATE AND ASSOCIATE DEGREES 

President Delyte W. Morris, Ph.D., D.H.L. 
Presentation of Candidates 

Professor Robert MacVicar, Ph.D. 

Chancellor 



College of Education 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

School of Agriculture 

School of Business 

School of Comunications 

School of Fine Arts 

School of Home Economics 

School of Technology 

Division of Technical and Adult Education 



presentation of faculty service awards (afternoon) 

President Delyte W. Morris, Ph.D., D.H.L. 

iv 



REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT 

Delyte W. Morris, Ph.D., D.H.L. 



alma mater Clark Morgan-Daum 

benediction The Reverend M. Allen Line, B.A., B.D. 

Director of the Student Christian Foundation 

recessional Trumpet Voluntary in D. Major Henry Purcell 



The audience is asked to remain at their seats until the faculty and graduates have 

completed the recessional. 



Granting of Degrees 



This list contains the names of candidates for degrees, the granting of which is contingent upon the 
successful completion of all the requirements for the degree. 

One asterisk after name indicates candidate is being graduated with honors, two asterisks indicate 
high honors, and three asterisks indicate highest honors. Persons graduating with highest honors are 
awarded life memberships in the Alumni Association. 

Names of candidates in attendance will be read by professor isaac p. brackett. 

Organist Marianne Webb, Assistant Professor, Department of Music. 



VI 



Candidates for the Degree 
Doctor of Philosophy 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



Herbert H. Rosenthal, Dean 

Ronald G. Hansen, Marshal 

Walter Schmid, Asst. Marshal 



Frank Norman Abercrombie, B.A., M.A. 
Monmouth College (Illinois), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Chemistry 

Some Analytical Applications of Substituted 
Naphtolsulfonic Acids 
Jerry G. Alston, B.S., M.A. in Ed. 

Murray State University (Kentucky), 1961, 1962 
Education 

The Role of the State Legislature in Public 
Higher Education in Kentucky, 1950-1968 

Emmett Gruner Bedford, A.B., B.J., M.A. 
University of Missouri, 1947 
Southern Illinois LIniversity, 1967 
English 

Biblical Typology and Related Forms of Chris- 
tian Symbolism in the Poetry of Alexander Pope 

Stephen Howard Bickham, B.A., M.A. 
University of Dayton (Ohio) 
Southern Illinois LIniversity, 1965 
Philosophy 

Moore, Ayer, and Austin on Sense-Data 
Myron Vernon Boor, B.S. 

State University of Iowa, 1965 
Psychology 

The Construct Validity of Four Measures of In- 
traindividual Variability 

Larry Lee Bradshaw, B.A., M.A. 

Abilene Christian College (Texas), 1965 
University of Arizona, 1966 
Speech 

The Rhetoric of J. William Fulbright Dissent in 
Crisis 

James Allen Brahlek, A.B., M.A. 
Indiana University, 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Psychology 

Conditioned Facilitation and Conditioned Sup- 
pression During a Conditioned Stimulus Ter- 
minated with a Positive Unconditioned Stimulus: 
The Effect of Conditioned Stimulus Duration 
Jerry Phillips Butler, B.A., M.S. 
Harding College (Arkansas), 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Speech 

The Impact of Negro History and Culture Upon 
the Attitudes of White Speech Students: A 
Cognitive Dissonance Interpretation 



William Raymond Clarida, B.Mus.Ed., M.Mus.Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1956, 1957 
Education 

An Analysis of the Effects of an Increase in 
Revenue on the Expenditures of the Educational 
Funds of Selected School Districts in Southern 
Illinois 

William Howard Cohen, B.A., M.A. 
University of Florida, 1950, 1954 
Philosophy 

A Rilkean Aesthetics of Poetry: A New Inter- 
pretation of Rilke's Sonnets to Orpheus 
Richard A. Denoyer, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
Olivet Nazarene College (Illinois), 1958 
University of Illinois, 1962 
Education 

A Study of the Effect of Age and Sex on School 
Achievement in Grades Three, Six, Seven, and 
Nine 
Patricia Ann Borgsmiller Elmore, B.A., M.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965, 1967 
Education 

Salience of Concepts and Commitment to Ex- 
treme Judgments in the Response of Teachers 

Frank Flenning, B.A., M.A. 

Wayne State LIniversity (Michigan), 1961, 1963 
Psychology 

The Effects of Stimulus Intensity on Schizo- 
phrenic Performance in a Communication Task 

Gerald L. Grotta, B.S., M.S. 

South Dakota State University, 1956, 1960 
Journalism 

Changes in the Ownership Structure of Daily 
Newspapers and Selected Performance Char- 
acteristics, 1950-1968 
George Edward Hare, B.S., M.A. 

Mt. Allison University (Canada), 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Mathematics 

On Doubly Transitive Projective Groups 
Eileen Koerber Harris, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1960, 1964 
Education 

A Measurement of Alienation in College Student 
Marijuana Users and Non-Users 
Tae Guk Kim, B.A., M.A. 

International Christian University (Japan), 1959 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Journalism 

A Factor Analytic Study of Attitudes of Com- 
munity Leaders Toward Two Community Daily 
Newspapers 



Conrad Chester Krauft, B.A., M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966, 1968 
Education 

The Effect of Test Taking Procedure and Level 
of Risk Taking Upon Multiple Choice Test 
Score Magnitude and Reliability 



IN ABSENTIA 



James Lester Busskohl, B.A., M.A. 
University of California, 1956 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
English 

Studies in Tennyson's Prosody 

James Ivan Costigan, B.S., M.S. 
Illinois State University, 1958 
Southern Illinois University, 1960 
Speech 

Communication Theory in the Works of Marshall 
McLuhan 
Joel Foxman, B.A., M.A. 

University of California at Los Angeles, 1966 
Southern Illinois University. 1968 
Psychology 

The Effect of Negative Expectancy on Rat 
Phobic Behavior 
Brent Que Hafen, B.S., M.S. 
University of Utah, 1963, 1966 
Education 

Job Satisfaction Among Health Educators 

Charles B. Harris, B.S., M.A. 
Texas Lutheran College, 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
English 

Contemporary American Novelists of the Absurd 



Robert Lindy Hiett, B.A., M.A. 

North Texas State University, 1964 
University of Texas, 1965 
Journalism 

A Multiple Regression Analysis of Some of the 
Factors Related to News Article Decisions of Air 
Force Gatekeepers 
Harold R. Hungerford, B.S., M.S. 
Illinois State University, 1949, 1953 
Education 

The Development and Validation of Test Instru- 
ments to Measure Observation and Comparison 
in Junior High School Science 
Sharon Kay Studer Karr, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
Kansas State University, 1959 
Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Education 

Differences in Psycholinguistic Abilities and 
Intellectual Maturity Among Sierra Leonean 
Children From Four Cultural Systems of Vary- 
ing Degrees of Modernization 
Kawsar Hussein Kouchok, Bach., A.M.T. 

Higher Institute of Domestic Sciences (Cairo, Egypt), 

1953 
Indiana University, 1961 
Home Economics 

Educational Television in Home Economics in 
the United States with Implications for the 
United Arab Republic 



Candidate for the Certificate of Specialist 



IN ABSENTIA 

Edna Louise Kraemer, A.B., M.S. in Ed. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 1943 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Elementary Education 



Candidates for the Master's Degree 



MASTER OF ARTS 



Patricia Nelligan Austin, A.B. 
Marywood College 

(Pennsylvania), 1968 — English 

Dalia A. Azubalis, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1966 
Microbiology 

Michael Gardner Brenner, A.B. 
Hamilton College (New York), 
1960— Spanish 

Roy Leonard Carpenter, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Spanish 

Bernard D. Carter, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Geography 

Kenneth Amon Carter, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Government 

Anita Louise Casey 
English 



Betsy Ann Coale, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966— English 
Philip Breed Dematteis, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Philosophy 
George Trafton Dennis, B.A. 
Murrav State University 
(Kentucky), 1966— English 
Robert Floyd Edwards 
Hope College (Michigan) 
Zoology 
Marwan Hamdi El-Qazzaz, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Government 
Ann Erwood, B.A. 

University of Illinois, 1952 
Spanish 
Eileen Ruth Faris, B.A. 

Geneva College (Pennsylvania) 
1968— English 



Judith Eileen Gallup 

Houghton College (New York) 
English 
Eva Torok Hays, B.S. 

University of Illinois, 1966 
Botany 
Eleanor Janet Hamilton Heinz, 
B.A., Southern Illinois 
University, 1967 
Microbiology 
Mary Ellen Keeling, B.A. 
University of Iowa, 1968 
Spanish 
Richard Keethers, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1961 — Behavior Modification 
Louis Carl Kuttruff, Jr., B.A. 
Louisiana State University, 1965 
Anthropology 



Richard A. Askeland, A.B. 
Augustana College (Illinois), 
1961 — Geography 
Anne-Marie Juliette Batac 
Wake Forest College (North 
Carolina ) — French 
Gerald Victor Booth, B.A. 

Victoria College (Canada), 1964 
Sociology 
Richard Brewer, B.A. 

Albion College (Michigan), 1967 
History 
Clarence A. Buhr, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Economics 



IN ABSENTIA 

Robert H. Colvin, A.B. 

University of South Dakota, 1967 
Behavior Modification 
Henry Louis Gardner, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Government 
Pearl Ann Green 

City College of New York 
Sociology 
David Randall Hall, B.A. 

Texas Christian University, 1965 
English 
Chuan-Lee Hsu, B.A., M.A. 
National Chengchi University 
(Taiwan), 1957 — Government 



Vernon Eugene Iuppa, Jr. 
Canisius College (New York) 
English 
David Robert Kelch, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Span ish 
David H. Koch, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Government 
C. Kumararatnam, B.A., M.S. in 
Ed., Andhra University (India), 

1954 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— English 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Dennis Paul Bauman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 
Richard Jordan Budde, B.A. 
University of Illinois, 1965 
Business Administration 



Robert Peter Czyszczon, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
i968 — Business Administration 
Dick L. Hilliard, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Business Administration 
Douglas Wade Irwin, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 



Michael P. King, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 
James H. Kraft 

Cornell College (Iowa) 
Business Administration 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Maris Dravnieks Benson, B.F.A. 
University of Washington, 1967 
Art 



Jerome B. Bloom (Sederov), B.A. 
University of Illinois at Chicago 
Circle — Art 



Suzan G. Braun, B.S. 

Iowa State University, 1965 — Art 



Lowell D. Darling, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970— Art 



Daniel J. Donohue, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— A it 
Richard W. Harsh, B.A. 

State College of Iowa, 1966— Art 



Edna Kaufman, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Art 



IN ABSENTIA 



Marsha Reba Berkowitz, B.F.A. 
Wayne State University 
(Michigan), 1967— Art 



Mary Llew Jones, B.A. 

Memphis Academy of Arts 
(Tennessee) — Art 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



Gloria Ann Barringer, B.Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970— Music 

IN ABSENTIA 

Warren Dermott Bryant, B.S. 
Florida A & M University, 1966 
Music 



MASTER OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



Norma Jean Meyer Highsmith, 
B.Mus., Southern Illinois 
University, 1968 — Music 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



Marilyn H. Allen, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1953 
Home Economics 

Gail Fritz Ayala, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 

Reza Bahmanyar 

University of Illinois 
Engineering 

Paul E. Bailey, B.S. 

Oregon College of Education, 
1966 — Rehabilitation 
Administration 

Farideh Bekhrad 

National University of Tehran 
(Iran) — Economics 

Thomas Edward Berchem, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Forestry 

Michael Robert Boegler, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Geography 

Robert F. Bollendorf 

St. Joseph College (Indiana) 
Rehabilitation Counseling 

Robert Ayers Buchanan II, B.A. 
University of Virginia, 1968 
Rehabilitation Counseling 



Mary Frances Burnett, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Home Economics 

Ann C. Burrise, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Computer Science 
Stephen Roy Buxton, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Agricultural 
Industries 
Annette Christine Campbell, B.A. 
Nicholls State College 
(Louisiana), 1968 
Theater 
Dean Herbert Carlson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Economics 
Yau-Fung C. Chan, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Economics 

Jefferson Louis Creek 
Middle Tennessee State 
University — Chemistry 

Donald Sinclair Davis, B.S. 

Southwest Missouri State 

College, 1965— Theater 

John Matthew Demetriou 

Carnegie Institute of Technology 
( Pennsylvania ) 
Chemistry 



Bipinchandra N. Desai, B.S. 

Gujarat University (India), 1963 
University of Bombay (India), 
1965 — Chemistry 

Terry L. Eason, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Design 
Barry Leon Elliott, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Animal Industries 

Ronald Earl Foley 

University of Tennessee, Martin 
Branch — Chemistry 
William Fredrick Graebe, Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Business 
Donald Russ Gustin, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Kim Bradford Harris, B.A. 
Carson-Newman College 

(Tennessee) , 1968— Theater 

Lois Anne Hartsock Harris, B.A. 
Carson-Newman College 

(Tennessee), 1968— Speech 

Robert Frederick Haswell, B.A., 
B.A. with Honors, University of 
Witwatersrand (South Africa), 
1966, 1967— Geography 



Brian Jay Hawkins, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Botany 
Richard Dale Hendee, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Business 
Jerry Henderson, Jr., B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Biological Sciences 
Larry W. Hendrick, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Plant Industries 
Jerry O. Hoffee 

University of Illinois 
Agricultural Industries 
John Sanford Holmes, B.S., M.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1960, 1966 

Community Development 
Mao-Lin Hsu, B.S. 

Taiwan Provincial Chung-Hsing 
University, 1963 — Chemistry 



Jerry Wayne Huber, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Stephen Alan Humphrey, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Zoology 
Michael S. Jasieniecki, B.S. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1962— Geology 
Mary Bowen Jennings, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1956 — Home Economics 
Verner C. Johnson, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Geology 
Kenneth B. Jordan, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Engineering 
Lawrence B. Journey, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Engineering 



Demetrius Karathanos, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Engineering 
Terry Lynn Keeneth, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Animal Industries 
Raj Ishwar D. Khare, Bach, of 
Vet. Sci., University of Udaipur 
(India), 1964— Animal 
Industries 
Richard Paul Killen 

University of Illinois at Chicago 
Circle — Zoology 
Mary Ruth Korbe, B.S. 

Fort Hays Kansas State College, 
1968 — Home Economics 
Harold W. Kramer, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



IN ABSENTIA 



Gerald D. Anderson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Geology 

Ruth Elizabeth Andes, B.A. 

State University of New York at 
Buffalo, 1968— Sociology 

Fred B. Barber, Jr., B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1960 — Plant Industries 

Arthur Jatoba Burns 

Black Hills Teachers College 
(South Dakota)— Theater 



Charles Ray Craynon, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Plant Industries 
Rozila Dhalla, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Home Economics 
Prudence Jane Gersch, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Rehabilitation 
Administration 
Darrel Lane Good, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Agricultural Industries 
Donald P. Halstead, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Economics 



Joseph DeWeese Hansmann, B.A. 
Conception Seminary 
(Missouri), 1958 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Jimmy Wayne Johnson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Forestry 
Lyndia Yvonne Westbrook Knapp, 
B.A., Central State College 
(Oklahoma), 1964— Theater 
Donald Robert Kurz, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Zoology 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Lindsay Daniel Ade, B.S. 

University of Arizona — Special 
Education 

Clifford Omozaudu Aki, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education 

Fred Bridges Alcorn, Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 

Mohammad Reza Ammadi, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 

C. Jo Ann Bain, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Instructional Materials 

Nancy Bain, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Special Education 



Donald E. Bald 

Technical and Industrial 
Education 
David V. Bates, B.Th. 

Baptist Bible Seminary (New 
York), 1962— Special 
Education 
Howard F. Benway, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Mary Ann Bloom, B.S. in Ed. 
DePaul University (Illinois), 
1966 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Eda Lee Bounds, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Elementary Education 
Phyllis Joy Boylin, A.B. 

University of Rochester (New 
York), 1967— Higher 
Education 



Roscoe Milton Brady, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Higher Education 

Betty Lou Brandon, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 

Waymon Arnett Butler, Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Health Education 

Gary Wesley Caldwell, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Higher Education 

Barbara Crafts Copple, B.S. in Ed. 
Illinois State University, 1963 
Elementary Education 

Don Michael Corzine, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 



Frances Kay Crould, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Richard L. Daesch, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Higher Education 
Jack R. DuHasek, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Instructional Materials 
Robert Joe Enright, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Elementary Education 
Dan L. Fiori, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Charles E. Fuller, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Carolyn Antonelli Gallo, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Instructional Materials 
Bonnie Sue Gillenberg, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 
Jane Ellen Grace, A.B. 

Cornell University (New York), 
1967 — Higher Education 
Charles R. Gray, Jr., B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Special Education 
Patrick David Haar, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 



William Joseph Halter, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 

College, 1952 — Recreation and 

Outdoor Education 

Bonnie Sue Link Harrison, B.E. 

Pestalozzi Froebel Teachers 

College (Illinois), 1959 

Early Childhood Education 
Kristina Karla Haedrich Harrison, 
B.A., Southern Illinois 

University, 1969 — Guidance 
and Educational Psychology 
Jeanne Tilmann Hartman, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1956 

Instructional Materials 
Grant G. Henry, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Sammy N. Hicks, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education 
Beverley Anne Holden, B.S. in Ed. 
Catherine Spaulding College 
(Kentucky), 1968— Special 
Education 
Shirley Roden Holmes, B.Mus., 
M.Mus.Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1966, 1968 
Special Education 
Ruth Bernice Honey, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1958 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 
Peter Li-Chung Hsin, B.A. 

National Chengchi University 
(Taiwan), 1964 — Elementary 
Education 
Frank Tsan-Sui Huang, B.A. 

Taiwan Normal University, 1965 
Secondary Education 



Mary Louise Hubbard, B.S. 

Western Illinois University, 1968 
Home Economics 
Donald Lindsay Hughes, B.S. 

Morris College (South Carolina), 
1961 — Secondary Education 
Robert George Huntley, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Teddy Leroy Jeter, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education 
Richard Earl Johnston, A.B. 
Monmouth College (Illinois), 
1966 — Secondary Education 
John W. Jones, B.A. 

St. Olaf College (Minnesota), 
1955 — Higher Education 
Kenneth Paul Jones, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Richard J. Kalina, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Higher Education 

Sarah lone Kassner, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 
Alan Carl Klaas 

Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois) — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
William Henry Koenecke, B.S. 
Murray State University 
(Kentucky), 1967 
Educational Administration 
and Foundations 



Rebecca Adair Arnett, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Glenn Roger Baas 
Dordt College (Iowa) 
Higher Education 
Robert Nagel Boll, 

Rio Grande College (Ohio) 
Higher Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

David William Brewer, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1968 
Higher Education 
Maryann Chisholm 

State College at Bridgewater 
( Massachusetts ) — Elemen tary 
Education 
Robert Allen Fourhman, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Instructional Materials 



Neil F. Freson, B.S. 

State University College (New 
York), 1968— Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Edward A. Halter 
Lincoln University 

(Pennsylvania) — Higher 
Education 



Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Elmer J. Clark, Dean 

J. Richard Verduin, Jr., Marshal 

Roger Robinson, Asst. Marshal 

John Casey, Usher 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



Lindell Ray Grigg 
Peoria — Music 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Pamela Ann Ackerman 

Washington — English 
Becky Lynn Adamczyk 

Orchard Park, New York — 

Physical Education for Women 
Michael Dale Adams 

Herrin — Social Studies 
Tommeta Adams 

Chicago — History 
Andre William Ahern 

Des Plaines — Business Teacher 
Education 
Robert Allen Aikman 

Carbondale — History 
Ingrid Elizabeth Albrecht 

Dixon — Elementary Education 
Marshall Jeffrey Album 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — 
Elementary Education 
Cheryl Jean Alexander 

Clarendon Hills — Elementary 
Education 
Janet Sue Allen 

Harrisburg — Social Studies 
Walter A Allen 

Carbondale — Art 

Antoinette A. Alvarado 

Granite City — Business Teacher 
Education 

Lowell David Amdor 
Washington — Physical 
Education for Men 
Kenneth Warren Anderson 
Marion — Social Studies 
Pennie Patricia Anderson 

Peoria — Elementary Education 
Sue Ellen Anderson 
Ridgway — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Theiss Archer 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 



Paul Edwin Armistead 
Harrisburg — Government 

Barbara Ann Armstrong 
Decatur — Social Studies 

Karlene Grace Arning 

Centralia — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Kay Arnold 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 
Robert Lee Ash 

Terre Haute, Indiana — Special 
Education 
Ruth Eileen Auld 

Oakdale — Elementary Education 
Jerry Tate Austwick 

Alton — Physical Education for 
Men 
Stephen Charles Bailie 

Herrin — Physical Education for 
Men 

Carol Gay Baldwin 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Marilyn Jeanne Ballard 

Centralia — Social Studies 
Orville H. Barlow, Jr. 

Wyoming — Physical Education 
for Men 
Carl Leslie Barrow 

Metamora — Social Studies 
Michael Chopin Barry 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa — Physical 
Education for Men 
Naomi Jane Barwick * 

Dowell — Elementary Education 
Noel Burtis Bascom 

Cave-in-Rock — History 
Janet Sue Mulvaney Bass * 

Iuka — Elementary Education 
Wayne Leroy Bass 

Iuka — Geography 



Jerald William Beal 

Harrisburg — Special Education 
James Roy Beaver 

Johnston City — Social Studies 
Edna Lorraine Bednar 

Westville — Elementary 
Education 
Franky Ann Beeve 

Springfield — Special Education 
Elizabeth Diane Beltrame * 

Bellwood — Elementary 
Education 
Marcia K. Bening 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Donna Sue Beno 

Joliet — English 
Cheryl Jean Bequette * 

Danville — Elementary Education 

Peter G. Berletich 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 

Leslee Ellen Berliant 

Skokie — Elementary Education 

Helen S. Besterneld 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 

Bobby Dean Bigham 
Cutler — Social Studies 

Steve James Bisbikis 

Oak Lawn — Government 

Joyce Arelene Blanchard 
Joy — Business Teacher 
Education 

Janet Marie Blann 

Morocco, Indiana — Special 
Education 

Edwin Fredric Bockstahler II 
Deca tu r — His to ry 

Judy Diane Boegler 

Ava — Elementary Education 



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Frances Carol Boehme 

Roselle — Business Teacher 
Education 

Sue Ann Bogren 

Peoria — Special Education 

Rebecca Sue Boley 

Deerfield — Elementary 
Education 
Gregg Wright Bonelli 

Robinson — History 
Dana Borah 

Gorham — Business Teacher 
Education 
Kristine Kay Borchelt 

Aurora — Elementary Education 
Robert Hugh Borchsenius 

Sheridan — Government 

Phyllis Jean Borders 

Harrisburg — Elementary 
Education 
Kathleen Melissa Boren 

Carte rville — Physical Education 
for Women 
Nancy Jean Borgsmiller 
Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Lee Borror 

Johnston City — English 
Roger Boss 

Chicago Heights — Business 
Teacher Education 
Charles John Botsko 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 
Barbara L. Boyd 

Norris City — History 
Judith Anne Braden 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Carol Sue Bradley 

Sparta — Elementary Education 
Carolyn W. Bradley 

Junction — 
Derrick Bradley 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 
Karen Ann Braeutigam 
Freeburg — Elementary 
Education 
Carol S. Brandenburg 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Claudia Jan Bricks 

Crete — Physical Education for 
Women 
Isaac Brigham 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Richard D. Brosamer 

Lincoln — Special Education 
Carol Lynn Brouwer 

Arlington Heights — Physical 
Education for Women 
Billy J. Brown 

Harrisburg — Elementary 
Education 
Mildred LaDonna Brown 
Cave-in-Rock — Elementary 
Education 
Pamela C. Brown 

Lemont — Elementary Education 



Terry Wayne Brumfield, Sr. 
Miami, Florida — Physical 
Education for Men 
Doris Hongsermeier Buesking 
Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Betty Sue Buhner 

Tamaroa — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
John Paul Burrus 

Assumption — Business Teacher 
Education 
Margaret L. Butt 

Godfrey — Biological Sciences 
William Gene Buzard 

Dixon — Physical Education for 
Men 
Regene Byrn 

Johnston City — Early Childhood 
Education 
Margaret Lou Byrne 
Centralia — Elementary 
Education 
Jerry Gordon Cain 

Eldorado — Business Teacher 
Education 
Nancy Ann Calkins 

Pekin — Elementary Education 
Donna Dee Cantore 

Oak Park — Elementary 
Education 
Judith Ann Cantrell 

Harrisburg — English 
Eileen Mary Carroll 
Chicago — History 
Kathryn A. Carter 

Lyons — Elementary Education 
Faith Lillian Casey 

Rockford — Special Education 
Karen S. Caylor 

Bushnell — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Sue Chamberlain 

Waukegan — Physical Education 
for Women 
Linda Dangbar Chambers 
Carbondale — Elemen tary 
Education 
Elsie Harre Champion 

Carmi — Elementary Education 
Doris Davis Chase 

Metropolis — Elementary 
Education 
Robert James Chignoli 
Joliet — Business Teacher 
Education 
Joseph Richard Child 
Henry — Geography 
John Edward Choate 

Ridgway — Physical Education 
for Men 
James Alan Ciosek 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Jacqueline Mary Ciulla 
Park Ridge — Elementary 
Education 

Ronald Keith Clark 

Marion — Social Studies 



Theresa Mae Clark 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Susan S. Cline 

Carbondale — Elemen tary 
Education 
Delores Arlene Clonce 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma — 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Charles Lawrence Cohen 

Bronx, New York — History 
Patricia F. Colletti 

Villa Park^Elementary 
Education 
Stephen Truman Collier 
Marion — Govern men t 
Jere Ann Collins 

Melrose Park — Elementary 
Education 

Wayne M. Collmeyer 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 

Nancy Lynn Kalert Compton 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
James Arthur Condill 

Barrington — Physical Education 
for Men 
Sara Ellen Connelly 

Orland Park— Early Childhood 
Education 
Catherine Elizabeth Conner * 
Olivette, Missouri — Early 
Childhood Education 
Nancy Ann Cook 

St. Louis, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 

Marsha Kay Cosby 

Flora— Early Childhood 
Education 

Audrey Cose 

Chicago — Early Childhood 
Education 

Ann Cotter 

Jackson, Michigan — History 

Joy Pearson Coursey 

Marietta, Georgia — Elementary 
Education 

Sharon Lynn Cox 

Joppa — Elementary Education 

James Kent Craig 

Coulterville — General Science 

Janice Marie Crain 

Carte rville — Elementary 
Education 

Martin Lee Cripe 

Decatur — Elementary Education 

Lorenzo Crowley 

East St. Louis — Government 

Wanda L. Cummins 

Mason — Early Childhood 
Education 

Annalee Curtis 

Dupo — Business Teacher 
Education 

David Lee Dagley 
Carmi — History 



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Kay Ann Daniels 

Centralia — Business Teacher 
Education 
Mary Jean Darrough 

Coulterville — Elementary 
Education 
Paula Vee Davenport 

Chicago — Early Childhood 
Education 
Ruth Ann Davis 

Pinckneyville — Elementary 
Education 
Carolyn Mae Dayton 

Urbana — Early Childhood 
Education 
Garrett Lee Deakin 

Cuba — Business Teacher 
Education 
Joyce I. Deaton 

Du Quoin — Business Teacher 
Education 
James Allen DeChenne * 
Carbondale — Government 

Dale Denham 

Marion — History 
Catherine D. Diederich 

Carbondale — Special Education 

Barbara Ann DiFiglio 
Mundelein — Government 

Gail Dippold 

Syracuse, New York — 
Elementary Education 

Dennis Gene Dixon 

Omaha — Social Studies 

Linda S. Dixon 

Deerfield — Early Childhood 
Education 

Jean Ann Dmulhowski 
Rockford — Elementary 
Education 

Mary Ann Doehring 

Brownstown — Business Teacher 
Education 

Frederick Donini 

West Frankfort — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Mary Teresa Donoghue 
Chicago — History 

Linda Lee Dooley 

Bloomington — Elementary 
Education 

Georgia Sue Dorris 

Johnston City — Early Childhood 
Education 

Carolyn Dosick 

Homewood — English 

Tronnie Brent Downes 

Decatur — Elementary Education 

Patricia Sue Duensing 

Carbondale — Early Childhood 
Education 

Claudia O. Dunn 

Castro Valley, California — 
Physical Education for 
Women 

Ruby M. Byrd Durr 

Marion — Elementary Education 



Mary Denise Dye 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Kathryn Ray Easley 

Salem — Elementary Education 
Marion Richard Easley 

Salem — History 
Gilbert Eugene Edwards 

Olmsted — Health Education 
James Joseph Egan, Jr. 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 

Bunnv Darlene Egner 
Ullin— English 

Patricia Hutson Elliott 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Marsha Marie Elzy 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Frank Ronald Embree 
Springfield — History 

Carlotta Fay Enlow 

Grayville — Mathematics 

Mary Jane Etherton 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Donna Elaine Evers 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Janine Patricia Farrell 

Paris — Elementary Education 
Jean Burris Faust 

Wheaton — Physical Education 
for Women 
Karen Lynn Feiler 
Chicago — English- 
Gary Norman Fenton 

Jenkintown, Pennsylvania — 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Ellen Neal Ferguson * 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Lovean C. Ferrari 

Herrin — Physical Education for 
Women 
James M. Feurer, Jr. 

Northbrook — Business Teacher 
Education 
Karen Sue Figura 

Chicago — English 
Larry Charles Finfrock 

Waynesville — Government 
Patricia Ward Finney 

Murphysboro — Elemen tary 
Education 
Gregory Robert Fischer 

Elmhurst — Physical Education 
for Men 
Judith Ellen Fischer 

Chicago— Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

James Lee Flanagan 

Thompsonville — Mathematics 

Barbara Jean Fluchel 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 



Linda Hoekenga Flynn 
Carterville — Art 

Henry M. Fogelson 

Murphysboro — Physical 
Education for Men 

Nancy Foges 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Jerry Douglas Foit 

Berwyn — Elementary Education 
Cheryl L. Fornear 

Argenta — Physical Education 
for Women 
Carolyn M. Fortson 

Evansville, Indiana — Business 
Teacher Education 
Georgene Elaine Foster 
Glenview — Elementary 
Education 
Elaine Kay Fowler * 

Mt. Vernon — Early Childhood 
Education 
Rachel Susan Friedman 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 
Susan Frances Fusco 

River Edge, New Jersey — 
Elementary Education 
Rosalie M. Gale 

Waterloo — Elementary 
Education 
Marilyn Theresa Galinausky 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Ralph William Galloway 

Aurora — Physical Education for 
Men 

Linda Louise Garlinghouse 
Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Steven Wayne Garman 

Albion — Physical Education for 
Men 
Janet Virginia Plunkett Garrison 
Mill Creek— Early Childhood 
Education 
Jesse William Garrison 
Mill Creek — English 
Diana J. Garrity 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 
Connie L. Garten 

Carterville — Elementary 
Education 
Franklin Bruce Gaston 

Decatur — Social Studies 
Patricia Carol Gee 

Albuquerque, New Mexico — 
Physical Education for Women 

Louise Gellman 

Skokie — Elementary Education 

Dorothy P. Germain 

Blytheville, Arkansas — Physical 
Education for Women 

Ben Gerstman 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Thomas L. Gharst 

Onarga — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 



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Andrew John Gianulis 

Andalusia — Business Teacher 
Education 
Sheila Kathryn Gibbs 

Granite City — Early Childhood 
Education 
William Patrick Gibson * 

Harrisburg — Mathematics 
Laurence Glaser 

Chicago — History 
Deborah Joan Glickman 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Robin Jean Goepfert * * 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Beulah A. Goines 

Champaign — Special Education 
James R. Goings 

Mt. Carmel — History 
Sandra Goldberg 

Evanston — Business Teacher 
Education 

Joseph Allen Goldenberg 
Lincolnwood — Physical 
Education for Men 

Myron Earl Gomberg 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 

Diana Sue Gordon 

Blandinsville — English 

Vallie June Gould 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 

Monica Sue Gowler 

Mt. Vernon — Business Teacher 
Education 

Robert Melvin Gray 

Rochelle — Health Education 

Wayne Sterling Gray 
Carbondale — History 

Barbara Laquieta Green 

Mt. Vernon — Business Teacher 
Education 

Suzanne Stewart Greenwald * 
Elmwood Park — English 

Pamela D. Gresham 
Calumet City — English 

Tanya Lee Griffin 

Carbondale — Special Education 

Mary Ann Teresa Griffo 

Freeport — Elementary Elucation 

Jan Marie Smith Grigg 

Downers Grove — Elementary 
Education 

Donna Marlene Grimes 

Kell — Elementary Education 

Florence Kathleen Grob 
Bellmawr, New Jersey — 
Elementary Education 

Stanley Robert Groh, Jr. 
Geneva — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Janis Kay Guebert 

Percy — Elementary Education 

John T. Gutmann, Jr. 

Ashland — Special Education 



Albert J. Haake 

Germantown — Social Studies 
Roberta Nancy Haas 
Clarendon Hills — Early 
Childhood Education 
Richard Warren Hacker 
New Athens — Physical 
Education for Men 

Mary Kay Hackett 

Westfield — Mathematics 

Carol A. Haddad 

Peoria — Elementary Education 
Ann L. Hagan 

Annandale, Virginia — Recreation 
and Outdoor Education 
Marion Jane Hamilton 
Centralia — Elementary 
Education 
Teresa Elaine Haney 

Northbrook — Business Teacher 
Education 
Mildred Kay Harpstrite 

Trenton — Elementary Education 
Deloris Jean Harris 

Anna — Social Studies 
Lenora Irene Harris 

Harrisburg — Business Teacher 
Education 
Marilyn Carella Harris 

Anna — Physical Education for 
Women 

Patricia Ann Harsh 
Lawton, Oklahoma — 
Mathematics 
Diane Lea Harvey 

Jacksonville — Physical 
Education for Women 
Lorraine Lucie Hashey 
Bloomville, New York — 
Elementary Education 

Jennifer Ann Hastings 
Effingham — Elementary 
Education 

William T. Hatch 

Olney — Social Studies 

John Everett Hawkins 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 

John William Hawley 
Odin — Government 

Mary Alice Hayes 

Centralia — Elementary 
Education 

Reynard Andre Hayes 
Chicago — Social Studies 

Karla Lasater Hayter 

Broughton — Mathematics 

Y-Char-Hdok 

Banmethuot, Vietnam — 
Elementary Education 

Linda C. Heckel 

Carterville — English 

Dolores Dorean Heinzmann 
Sandoval — Business Teacher 
Education 

Diane June Helmkamp 
Bethalto — History 



Peter Michael Hemmerling 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Men 
Elaine May Henderson 
Carterville — Elementary 
Education 
Rickey Dean Henderson 
McLeansboro — Elementary 
Education 
Joyce Ann Dammann Henson 
East Carondelet — Elementary 
Education 
M. Jane Henson ** 

Hillsboro — Mathematics 
Mary Lou Hickam *** 

Beaumont, Texas — Mathematics 
Shirley Mae Hickam 

Du Quoin — Mathematics 
Pamela Miller Hickey 

Miami, Florida — Elementary 
Education 
Donna Marie Highsmith * 

Mt. Vernon — Early Childhood 
Education 
Sandra Rae Lamont Hill 

West Frankfort — Elementary 
Education 
Margaret Ann Hilliard 

Harrisburg — Special Education 
Anita Sharon Denise Hines 

Chicago — Special Education 
Ned L. Hippensteel, Jr.* 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Jane E. Hipps 

St. Louis, Missouri — Recreation 
and Outdoor Education 
Margaret Helen Hoban 

Chicago — English 
Jacqualine Ealine Hodson 
Centralia — Elementary 
Education 
Dana Sue Hoffman 

Marion — Special Education 
Janice Elaine Michalski Hoffman 
Ashley — Business Teacher 
Education 
Sheryl M. Hoffman 

Makanda — Elementary 
Education 
Virginia Hoffman 

Effingham — Spanish 
Jean C. Hogan 

Glen Ellyn — Early Childhood 
Education 
John W. Hogan 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
John William Holben 

Western Springs — Physical 
Education for Men 
Linda Oleatha Holder 
Miller City — Elementary 
Education 

Janet Helen Holmquist 

Golf — Elementary Education 

Mary Ann Hopkins 

Sparta — Elementary Education 



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Ozie House 

Chicago — Span ish 
Jeanne Ann Howie 

Mt. Vernon — Early Childhood 
Education 

Toni Lynn Huber 

Hoopeston — Mathematics 

Roland Michael Huffman 

Caseyville — Geography 
Phyllis Anne Hull 

Vienna — Elementary Education 

Stanley W. Hull 

Harrisburg — Language Arts 

Willo June Humes * 

Salem — Elementary Education 
Cassandra Irene Hungate 
Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Nancy Guyleen Hunter 

Harrisburg — Business Teacher 
Education 
Russell Duncan Hutcheon 

Park Forest — Government 
Gerald Eugene Huyear 

Carlinville — Social Studies 
Donna Susan Harrison Ingalsbe 
Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Marjorie Lynne Irion 

Lombard — Special Education 
Brent Edward Jackson 

Johnston City — History 
Carolyn Joan Jackson 

Villa Ridge — Physical Education 
for Women 
Jerry Jacobson 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Jennifer Frances James 

Carterville — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Mary Anne Jennings 
Tamaroa — Elementary 
Education 
Ruth Ann Johns 

Marion — Social Studies 
Scott Donald Johnsen 

BatavLa — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Barbara J. Johnson 

Olmsted — Elementary Education 
Beatrice Ann Johnson 

Zion — Elementary Education 
Beverly Ann Johnson 
Kinmundy — Elementary 
Education 



Elaine Marie Johnson 
Chicago — English 

James Dennis Johnson 
Zion — Social Studies 

Kenneth Lyndell Johnson 
Alton — Biological Sciences 

Sheryl Kay Johnson 
Rockford — Elementary 
Education 

Judy Ann Jones 

Gibson City — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Leola Maurine Jones 

Xenia — Elementary Education 

Lucia Rae Juenger 

Belleville — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Janis Louise Jupin 

Chicago — Mathematics 

Cheryl Diane Kaleel 

Downers Grove — Elementary 
Education 

Nick Kallas 

Oak Park — Business Teacher 
Education 

Lois Ellen Kane 

Des Plaines — Special Education 

Darlene M. Karcher 

McLeansboro — Business Teacher 
Education 

Harry Lee Karcher 

Johnston City — History 

Mary Ann Karcher * 
McLeansboro — Special 
Education 

Jayne E. Gustafson Kaszynski 
Rockford — Elemen tary 
Education 

Cynthia M. Katsafanas 

Murphysboro — Elemen tary 
Education 

Jeanne A. Kay 

O'Fallon — Elementary 
Education 

Vlasta Kazda 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Elucation 

Janet A. Keaton 

McLeansboro — Business Teacher 
Education 

Virginia A. Keehner 

Jacksonville — Special Education 

Gail A. Keim 

Waterloo — Special Education 



Janis Eileen Keller 

Muscatine, Iowa — Early 
Childhood Education 
Nancy Ann Keltner 

Owensboro, Kentucky — English 
El vera M. Kemp 

Addison — Elementary Education 
Jay Shelton Ketner 

Aledo — Government 
Thomas Gene Keyser 

Chevy Chase, Maryland — Social 
Studies 
Beverly A. King 

Palatine — Elementary Education 
Cheryl Emily King 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 
Gerald Eugene King 

Robinson — History 
Alma Jean Kirn 

Carbondale — Spanish 

Mary Louise Klein 

Springfield — Early Childhood 
Education 

Gary F. Klingler 

Oakdale — Elemen tary Education 

Rodney Lee Knieriem 

Mokena — History 
Gail H. Knuckle 

Centerville — Early Childhood 
Education 

Thomas S. Kobza, Jr. 
Algonquin — History 

George Middleton Koch 

Oak Brook — Physical Education 
for Men 

Linda Kay Kohl 

Springfield — Social Studies 
Judith Bernice Koopman 

Hazel Crest — Elementary 
Education 

David George Kraemer 

Park Ridge — Physical Education 
for Men 

Janice Faye Lloyd Kragness 

Marion — Elementary Education 

Pamela Jensen Krisman * 
Carbondale — Spanish 

Karol Sue Krueger 

Metropolis — Special Education 

Dallas Edward Krumm 

West Salem — Social Studies 

Wanda T. Kunce 

Murphysboro — Special 
Education 



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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Roger E. Beyler, Dean 

Elbert Hadley, Marshal 

Ronald Beazley, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Gordon Culley Abernathie, Jr. 

Murphysboro — Microbiology 
Janet Marie Adams 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — 
Psychology 
Anthony Joseph Aiossa 

Elmwood Park — Government 
Jean- Marie- Joseph Aletti 

Cannes, France — Mathematics 
Robert William Alexander 

Carbondale — Sociology 

John S. Allison 

Raleigh, North Carolina — 
Government 
Pericles T. Anastaplo 

Carte rville — Government 
Chet Ferrell Anderson 

Pekin — History 
Dirk Allen Anderson 

Effingham — Psychology 
Douglas David Anderson 

Wilmette — Government 

Lyndel Thomas Anderson 

Marion — Psychology 
Nancy Ellen Anderson 

Rockford — Sociology 
Michael Alan Andres 

Waterloo — Psychology 
Dean Alan Andrew 

Ursa — Chemistry 
Stephen Edward Ansley 

Homewood — Psychology 

Robert Christopher Anthony 

Morton Grove — History 
James Robert Armbruster 

Des Plaines — Government 
Susan Jane Armstrong 

Michigan City, Indiana — 
Sociology 

Gregory Lynn Arnold 

De Soto — Psychology 
Catherine E. Ashley ** 

Tonica — English 
Janet Louise Aut-Pickett 

Sandoval — A n thropology 
Carmen Alicia Avello 

Carbondale — French 

Lynn Carleen Avery 
Chicago — Sociology 

Mark M. Axelberd 

Carbondale — Psychology 

Richard Allan Azzaro 

Yonkers, New York — Philosophy 

Dale F. Bahn 
Roselle — English 



Keith Eugene Bain 
Marion — Government 

Martha Darnetta Baker 

Fords, New Jersey — Biological 
Sciences 
Maureen TefTt Baker 

Bridgeport — English 
John Franklin Baldwin II 

Carbondale — Government 

Helen Marcella Holleman 
Ballesteros 

Murphysboro — Psychology 
Beatrice Barba 

Chicago — Sociology 
John K. Barnes 

Pittstown, New Jersey— 
Economics 
Timothy Michael Barnette 

Des Plaines — Government 
Donald Ray Barrett 

Havana — Zoology 
Anne M. Bartelson 

Lincolnwood — Sociology 
Charlene Basta 

Berwyn — English 
John Wayne Batjes 

Wonder Lake — Psychology 
Richard Paul Bauch 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Patricia Monroe Bauhs 

Carbondale — English 
Michael T. Baumstein 

Crestwood — Psychology 
Ernest Dale Beck 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Miriam Beer 

Chicago — A n th ropology 
Clayton Eugene Behm 

Carpentersville — History 
Sharon O'Neal Behnke 

Harrisburg — Sociology 
John William Behrens 

Evanston — Geography 
James D. Behymer 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Ronald E. Bell 

Decatur — Government 
John Joseph Bena 

Waukegan — Geography 
Joseph T. Berger, Jr. 

Springfield — Physics 
Larry Raymond Bergman 

Carbondale — Economics 
Deborah Poole Bhattacharyya 

Carbondale — Special Major in 
Behavioral Science 

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Kathryn Del Bielfeldt 

Gibson City — French 
Diann Bilderback 

St. Louis, Missouri — English 
Rose Marie Bland 

Mt. Vernon — Mathematics 
Judith Elaine Bockstahler 

Decatur — Geography 
Daniel George Bojanowski 

Brookfield — Geology 
Larry Joseph Bonacorsi 

West Frankfort — Mathematics 
Gary Kenneth Book 

Murraryville — Chemistry 
Bernard John Born 

Chicago — Philosophy 
Donna Sue Bowlin *** 

Centralia — English 
Myles Thomas Brackenrich 

Chicago — Mathematics 
Charles E. Braden III 

Carbondale — Psychology 

Mary Beth Brady 
Belleville — English 

Rae Eugenie Brahlek 
South Bend, Indiana — 
Psychology 

Phillip Morris Brandt 

Carbondale — Microbiology 

Thomas Joseph Braniff 
Macomb — Physiology 

Paul Timothy Bray 
Chicago — Psychology 

Patrick Michael Brennan 
Niles — Government 

Sheila Mary Bridges 
Evanston — History 

Terry L. Broida 

Carbondale — Government 

Dora L. Bronaugh 

Chicago Heights — Spanish 

Laurel Jo Brown 
Eureka — Sociology 

Sinclair Anthony Brown 
Carbondale — Sociology 

Jackie Carr Buckingham 
Royalton — Sociology 

John W. Bundy 

Marion — Government 

Michael Delane Burke 

Grand Tower — Psychology 

Peter Burnett 

Providence, Rhode Island — 

Psychology 



John Evans Burnette 

May wood — French 
Maryann Adrienne Butler 

Cicero — Sociology 
Larry E. Byrnes 

Quincy — Chemistry 
Marilyn Candy Caine 

Glencoe — Latin 
Frank Edward Calderala 

Elmhurst — Psychology 
John Turner Caldwell 

East St. Louis — Geography 
Daniel R. Callahan 

DeKalb — Biological Sciences 
Damian L. Camille 

Riverton — English 
Crystal Ardella Campbell 

Chicago — Government 

Diana Rae Carl 

Carbondale — Music 

Madolyn Louise Carlson 

Rockford — English 
Michael Alan Carlson 

Rockford — Economics 
Terrence J. Carlson 

Chicago — History 

John William Carney, Jr. 

Carbondale — English 
Kathleen Lorraine Carpenter 

Lompoc, California — Sociology 
Jacqueline Lynn Casper 

Carbondale — Psychology 
John Marshall Casper 

Anna — Mathematics 
Sharon Castell 

San Francisco, California — 
Special Major in Human 
Ecology 

Marsha Helen Cellucci 

Niles — English 
Norman JefTery Chafetz 

Chicago — Government 
Nolan Thomas Chambers 

Chicago — English 
Fernadina How-Ching Chan ** 

Hong Kong — Physics 
Gary Robert Chanoux 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 

Thomas Michael Cheak 
Danville — English 

Dariush Chilaty-Fard 

Ankara, Turkey — Government 

Gary Wayne Childress 
Mt. Vernon — Zoology 

Robert John Chlopecki 
Chicago — Sociology 

Tom Cieslak 

Chicago — Sociology 

Roberta Wynn Cirantineo 
Chicago — Geography 

Paul Benton Ciszewski 
Park Forest — Psychology 

Harvey Nathan Claster 
Carbondale — English 

Diane Kay Clausing 
Crete — Span ish 



Earl Gene Clopton 

Walnut Hill— English 
Rodney Alan Clutts 

Cobden — Government 
Thomas David Cole 

Glenview — Sociology 
David Manley Coleman 

Duluth, Minnesota — Chemistry 
Martha Anna Coleman 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 
John T. Colgan 

Wyoming — Government 
Elaine Marie Collins 

Salem — English 
Michael E. Collins 

Mt. Prospect — History 
James Lawrence Comiskey 

Chicago — Psychology 

Richard B. Cook 

Carbondale — Chemistry 

Robert G. Cook 

New Roads, Louisiana — 
Government 
David Paul Cooper 

New Lenox — Government 
Kathleen A. Corrigan 

Springfield — History 

Armin Vern Covington 
Chicago — Chemistry 

Stephen Lee Crabtree 

Harrisburg — History 
Nancy K. Craig 

Moweaqua — Sociology 
Conita Kay Markel Cramer 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Robert W. Crawshaw 

Carbondale — Government 
James H. Crockett 

Danville — Sociology 

Charles D. Cuda 

Crete — Health Science 
Mason S. Curran, Jr. 

Elmhurst — Psychology 
Marshall Edward Daniel IV 

Mt. Vernon — Geology 
Theodore Frank Daniels, Jr. 

Westchester — History 

Janalyn Brown Darland 
Carbondale — Sociology 

James E. Davis 

Chicago — Government 
John Robert Davis 

Orient — Chemistry 

Hariet Ann Dehlinger 
Evanston — English 

Gary Robert DeNeal 

Harrisburg — History 
Karen Sue Dennis 

Berwyn — Zoology 
Patrick Thomas Deren 

Crystal Lake — Government 
Dwayne Allan Dickerson 

Belleville — Music 
Paul A. Dickinson 

Springfield — Anthropology 
Larry Herman Dietz 

De Soto — Government 



Mary Ann Distelzweig 

Springfield — Microbiology 
Vernita Karell Dixon 

Moultrie, Georgia — Sociology 
Janis Rae Dolgin 

Skokie — Sociology 
Kathleen A. Doncer 

Chicago — History 
Boutros A. Douaihy 

ZGhorta, Lebanon — Government 
Jo Dougherty 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Darrell Dee Douglas, Jr. 

Anna — Psychology 
Paul Ralph Downey 

Mt. Vernon — Geography 
Robert Anthony Drew 

Carterville — Sociology 

Jerrell Driver 

Fairfield — Psychology 
Candace Elaine Duckman 

Chicago — Sociology 
William Brian Duncan 

Chicago Heights — Sociology 
John Spencer Dunlop 

St. Charles — History 
Patrick L. Duran 

Stickney — Government 

Larry Earl Durham 

Benton — History 
Loni Edwards 

Brookfield — Spanish 
Mary Lynn Edwards 

Metropolis — Sociology 

Robert Allen Eggertsen 

Hawthorne, California — Zoology 

Steven S. Ehlert 

Carbondale — Psychology 

Robert O. Ehrmann 

Rock Island — Government 
Ronald Michael Eley 

Carbondale — Governmen t 
Barry Benjamin Ellegant 

Chicago — Chemistry 

Barbara Kathryn Elliott 

Chicago — Sociology 

Ronald Jay Erkman 

Forest Park — Mathematics 

Margaret Denise Fair 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Norma J. Farley 

Naperville — Mathematics 

Mary Carol Farmar 

Elmwood Park — Sociology 

Ronald L. Farmer 

Marion — Mathematics 

Jerry Sheridan Farris 
Manteno — Zoology 

James Delmar Faughn 
Metropolis — Government 

Donna Lee Fehrenbaker * 
Danville — Sociology 

Joseph Milton Felker 
Chicago — Physiology 

Terry Walter Fenger 

Mundelein — Microbiology 



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Farley Fenter, Jr. 

West Frankfort — Economics 

Joel Harrison Ferrin 

Washta, Iowa — Government 
Richard F. Finucane 

Ridgewood, New Jersey — 
Government 
Claudia King Fisher 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Donald L. Fisher 

Chicago — Government 
James Glen Fisher 

Carbondale — Sociology 
John Whittemore Follit 

Armonk, New York — Psychology 

Carl Lynn Fox 

Nilwood — Sociology 

Richard Alan Fradkin 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts — 
History 

Annemarie A. Franchina 
Chicago — Psychology 

Roy Robert Frank, Jr. 

Waterloo — Zoology 
David Kent Frankland * 

Albion — Government 

Janet L. Franzen 
Altamont — English 

Kathleen Ann Franzen 
Rantoul — Sociology 

Raymond Edward Fredell II 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Randy Darrell Fredrickson 

East Moline — Zoology 
Dianna Sue Kurwicki Freebern 

Murphysboro — Spanish 
James Patrick Freeman 

Centralia — History 
Susan Cecile Fruland 

Eureka — Sociology 
Laura Lee Fry 

Du Quoin — English 
Larry Wayne Gabriel 

Des Plaines — Government 
Patrick James Gannon 

Waukegan — Sociology 
James Roy Garbett 

Moline — Economics 

Patricia Ann Munn Gardner 
Belleville — Physiology 

Karla S. Garnati 

Her rin — Span ish 
Michelle B. Garvey * 

Chicago — Ph ilosophy 
John David Garvin 

Benton — Zoology 
William Michael Gasa 

Carbondale — Econom ics 
Marija N. Gavelis 

East St. Louis — Biological 
Sciences 

W. Keith Geckeler * 

Middletown, Ohio — Sociology 
George William Geltosky 

Harrisburg — Government 
Ronald Lee Geraci 

Murphysboro — Psychology 



Robert Joseph Gereg 

Chicago Heights — Economics 
Suzanne Geremia 

Park Ridge — Sociology 
Thomas Acquinas Giacinti 

Chicago — Psychology 

Donna M. Gierach 

Oak Lawn — English 
Keith Raymond Gillman 

Williamsville — Sociology 
Clrissa Lynn Givens 

Rockford — History 
Valee L. Glover 

Chicago — Government 

Bruce Lee Goldberg 

Wilmette — History 
Courtney Barrington Goldson 

New York, New York — Zoology 
Gary Howard Goldstein 

Des Plaines — Government 
Madlyn Alberta Stalls Goodwin 

Carbondale — Sociology 

David Alan Goulding 
Chicago — Government 

Trenna R. Grabowski 

Du Bois — Government 
Nancy Graeper 

Kankakee — Psychology 

Neil Robert Grafelman 

Bartonville — History 
Marion Henry Graskewicz 

Pinckneyville — Sociology 

Sherry Lynn Graziano 

West Frankfort — Government 
Howard Bailey Green 

Chicago — History 
James Russell Greene 

Joliet — Sociology 
Micheal Edward Gresham 

Marion — Chemistry 
Harold E. B. Groebli 

Downers Grove — Government 
Carolyn Marie Gruba 

Chicago — Sociology 
Vernon James Grubisich 

Lomba rd — A nthropology 
Leo Thomas Guevremont 

Southbridge, Massachusetts — 
History 
John Leslie Gulley 

Vincennes, Indiana — History 
Jesse Paul Gurley III 

East St. Louis — Chemistry 
Markel Lawrence Gustafson * 

Kewanee — Zoology 
Ruth Rita Gutierrez 

Elgin — Sociology 
Adrienne Dianne Hahn 

Springfield — Anthropology 
Ronald L. Hake * * * 

Nashville — Biological Sciences 
Joseph Henry Halbert 

Kincaid — Zoology 
Steven J. Halicki 

Maroa — Physics 
James Leon Hall 

Arthur — Biological Sciences 



Joyce Ellen Hall 

Tremont — Government 
Avis Gentry Hallock 

Decatur — Sociology 
William Mitchel Howard Hammett 

Annandale, Virginia — Economics 
Glenn Lee Hansen 

Lake Forest — Zoology 

Robert W. Hanson 
Chicago — Psychology 

David S. Hanwell 
Gurnee — Psychology 

John Raymond Harder 

Calumet City — History 
Gilbert Harrell, Jr. 

Chicago — Sociology 
Michael Bennett Harrell 

Louisville — Mathematics 

Norma Jean Harrison 
Du Quoin — Mathematics 

Thomas Paul Haskins III 
Flora — History 

R. John Hawn 

Downers Grove — Geology 

William F. Hays 

Herrin — Physiology 
Charles William Hearn 

Carrier Mills — Chemistry 
Dennis Charles Helton 

Shelby ville — Biological Sciences 

Carl B. Henderson 

Fort Wayne, Indiana — History 
Steven Michael Henman 

Lebanon — Ma th ematics 
Don C. Henson, Jr. 

Hillsboro — Anthropology 
Susan Hildreth 

Chicago — Sociology 
Clara Edith Hill 

Loves Park — Psychology 

Henrietta V. Hill * 

Harrisburg — French 
Judith Kay Hinnen 

Edwardsville — History 
Scott Crossley Hippie 

Arlington Heights — Geography 
James R. Hisaw 

Rantoul — Government 

Jerry Kenneth Hodge 

Hoopeston — Economics 
Terry Wayne Hoffman 

Marion — Psychology 
Judd Faris Holder 

Carbondale — Go vernment 

Toni K. Holmes 

Palmyra — Psychology 

John Gordon Douglas Holt 
St. Louis, Missouri — English 

Frank Brown Holt 

New Lenox — Mathematics 

William P. Holton 

Murphysboro — History 

Roger William Hood 

McLeansboro — Chemistry 

Julia Ann Hoover 
Lincoln — English 



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Jerry Lee Howard 

Roxana — Psychology 
David Melvin Howell 

Los Angeles, California — History 

Ronald J. Hron 

Quincy — Biological Sciences 
Donald Joseph Hudek 

Chicago — Economics 
Sandra E. Hughes 

Berkeley, Missouri — Sociology 
Sheldon L. Isman 

Chicago — His to ry 
Linda Eileen Ivey 

Scott Air Force Base — English 
Barbara Ann Jackson 

St. Louis, Missouri — Sociology 

Royce Alan Jackson 

Du Quoin — Government 
Linda S. Stallard Jacobsen 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Janette Laubhan Jam 

Carbondale — Government 
Joanne James 

Carterville — Sociology 

Nancy Marie James 
Chicago — Sociology 

Mary Lee Jennings 
Sparta — Sociology 

James F. Jereb 

Waukegan — A n th topology 

Marlene Christine Marie Jerling 
Chicago — Sociology 

Charles B. Johnson 
Nokomis — Chemistry 

Cheryl Leigh Johnson 
Lake Forest — Spanish 

Karl Levi Johnson III 
Rockford — Zoology 



Keith Leslie Johnson 

University City, Missouri — 
History 
Nina Mae Johnson 

Chicago — Mathematics 
Robert Harold Johnston 

Marion — History 
Jomo E. Jomo./ James E. Jones 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Lynda Lee Kaid 

Eldorado — German 
Arthur Kaliski 

Northport, New York — 
Chemistry 

Arnold Paul Kallen 
Chicago — Physiology 

Kenneth George Kandaras 

Chicago — Government 
Harry Hai-Chow Kao 

Elnora, New York — Chemistry 
Edward Lewis Kappelman 

Evanston — History 

Sheryl Lynn Karas 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Kathleen Marie Karhuse :: 

Scott Air Force Base — German 
Richard Joel Karl 

Chicago — Sociology 
Scott Dean Karstens 

Belleville — Zoology 
Paul Lester Kern 

Mt. Vernon — Zoology- 
Gary L. Kersten 

Hazel Crest — Physiology 
John Laurence Kienlen 

Elgin — Government 
Edward C. Kiernan 

Seaford, New York — 
Government 



William Roger Kiley 

Olympia Fields — English 

Margaret M. King 
Chicago — History 

Marvin M. King 
Ashland — Zoology 

Ronald Guy Kirkland 

Boonville, Indiana — Zoology 

Gregory Lynn Kleis 

River Forest — History 
James A. Kliefoth 

Mokena — Chemistry 
Michael Joseph Klimas 

Chicago Heights — Sociology 
Thomas J. Klingenmeier 

Carbondale — English 
Peter Randall Klose 

Des Plaines — Economics 
David H. Koch 

Carlyle — Government 
Ernest Edwin Koch 

Meredosia — Microbiology 
Michael Allen Kocher 

Olney — Sociology 
Robert Charles Kohser II 

Carbondale — Geography 

James Richard Kolar 
Mascoutah — Chemistry 

Robert Henry Koopman 
Prospect Heights — History 

Jeanne L. Koth 

East Peoria — Sociology 

William Jeffrey Krauch 
Belleville — History 

Patricia Elaine Kruse 
Steeleville — French 

Loretta Rachel Kuhlman 
Ch icago — A nth ropology 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Joseph Leslie Alcamo 

Joliet — Geology 
Richard William Barnstable 

Bement — Zoology 
David W. Bode 

Edwardsville — Zoology 
Robert Emmett Brewster 

Joliet — Zoology 

MacDonald Charles Calhoun 
Gray slake — Zoology 



Adrianne L. Carter 

Robbins — Zoology 
Bruce Edward Cornish 

Harvey — Geology 
Leslie Carl Duis 

Milford — Zoology 
Phillip Lee Frankland * 

Albion — Geography 
Charles Frederick Glasser 

Murphysboro — Zoology 



Shannon Stordock Hecht 

Carbondale — Zoology 
Leland P. Herning 

Palestine — Zoology 
Michael Ray Hoskins 

Rockford — Geography 
Saundra Renee King 

Chicago — Zoology 



SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 

W. E. Keepper, Dean 
E. S. Wood, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Stephen E. Adkins 
Belleville — Forestry 



Thomas C. Alexander 
Harrisburg — Forestry 



Gary Neal Allen 

Brownstown — Agricultural 
Industries 



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Isaac Ayiga-Aluba 

Moyo, Uganda — Plant Industries 

William Steven Andras 

Manchester — Animal Industries 
Roger Dale Ashley 

Areola — General Agriculture 
Roland L. Barkow 

Downers Grove — Forestry 
James Wilburn Barton 

Eldorado — General Agriculture 
Don E. Bauer 

Windsor — Agricultural 
Education 
Harvey Dee Bennett 

Sumner — Agricultural Education 
Robert W. Bierer 

Anna — Forestry 
James A. Bixby 

Highland Park — Forestry 
Randolph Gene Blass 

Deerfield — Forestry 
Michael Merle Blentlinger 

Fowler — Agricultural Industries 
Charles William Body, Jr. 

Bement — Agricultural Industries 
Leonard Ray Bollman 

Steeleville — Forestry 

John M. Boma * 

Piper City — Agricultural 
Education 
Max William Borah 

Mt. Erie — General Agriculture 
Joseph R. Borsdorf 

Stockton — Agricultural 
Industries 
Robert Dale Bowlby 

Carbondale — Forestry 
John Michael Boyd 

Mt. Vernon — Forestry 
Jon Roger Brazier 

East Alton — Forestry 

Jeffrey Thomas Bruce 

Bluffs — General Agriculture 

James R. Brumitt 

Anna — Agricultural Education 

Russell James Bunker 

Oglesby — Animal Industries 

James A. Burns 

Waverly — Plant Industries 

James Robert Burns 

St. Francisville — General 
Agriculture 

Stephen Warren Calhoun 

Bloomington — Plant Industries 

Tye Bradley Campbell 
Manville — Agricultural 
Industries 

Robert L. Carlson 

Rio — Agricultural Industries 
James Carso 

Royal ton — Plant Industries 

James Douglas Carter 
Berwyn — Forestry 

Elmer Lee Cash 

Carlinville — Agricultural 
Industries 



Larry F. Caswell 

Fults — Animal Industries 
Robert Stephen Chamberlain 

Effingham — Agricultural 
Education 
Jimmy Lee Chambers 

Carbondale — Forestry 
Kenneth Edward Champion 

Mattoon — Forestry 
Cupel L. Clark 

Enfield- — Plant Industries 

John S. Cline 

Dunlap — Forestry 

Terry R. Colbert 

Junction — Plant Industries 
Wayne Frederick Colby 

Carbondale — Forestry 

Richard Ervin Collins 
Dolton — Forestry 

Donald Wayne Connett 

Marion — Forestry 
Ronald Lee Conrad 

Godfrey — Agricultural Education 
Stephen G. Corzine 

Assumption — General 
Agriculture 
Steven George Coy 

Springfield — Forestry 

Robert Daniel Cupit 

Jackson, Mississippi — Forestry 

Gary Roger Dahmer 

Johnston City — General 
Agriculture 
Larry Joe Daniel 

Cross ville — Animal Industries 
Joseph Walton Davidson 

Columbus, Ohio — Forestry 
Loran Eugene Davis, Jr. 

Murphysboro — Forestry 
Michael Alan Davis 

Fithian — Animal Industries 
Ray William Davis 

Fithian — Plant Industries 
Arlen Wayne DeWall 

Foosland — Fo res try 
Wayne Anthony Dietz 

Park Forest — Forestry 
Duane Dwight Dipert 

Park Forest — Forestry 
John Allen Dowland 

Chesterfield — Agricultural 
Industries 
David Arthur Downs 

Broadlands — Agricultural 
Industries 
Thomas Edward Dunn 

Windsor — Plant Industries 
Dennis G. Eade 

Addieville — Agricultural 
Industries 
Ralph Edward Eads 

Decatur — Forestry 

William Paul Eichmann 
Mundelein — Agricultural 
Industries 

Joseph Vinson Elmore 

Catlin — Animal Industries 



Joseph A. Englum 

Paris — General Agriculture 
Francis Michael Epplin ** 

Pinckney ville — Agricultural 
Education 
Warren Richard Fauss 

Fults — Plant Industries 
Michael J. Felker 

Glen Ellyn — Forestry 
Albert Charles Fisher 

Hammond — Agricultu ral 
Industries 
Rodger Dean Florreich 

Walsh — Agricultural Education 
James Daniel Flynn 

Rutland — Forestry 
Robert G. Ford 

Carbondale — Forestry 
Michael Joseph Freeman 

Wheaton — Forestry 
Terry Jay Fritschle 

Carbondale — General 
Agriculture 
David Alan Gibb 

Piper City — Animal Industries 

Gary L. Ginder 

Jacksonville — Agricultural 
Industries 
James Nolan Godke 

Kewanee — Agricultural 
Education 
Duane C. Grafft 

Princeton — Agricultural 
Industries 
Donald Harvey Grafton 

Hull — Agricultural Industries 
Allan Harold Gravenstein 

Shannon — Plant Industries 
Kerry M. Greenwald 

Ghana — Animal Industries 
Gary Earl Greenwood 

Fillmore — Agricultural 
Education 
Robert Eugene Greenwood 

Witt — General Agriculture 
Wayne L. Gurley 

Metropolis — Plant Industries 

Albert W. Gustafson 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Industries 
Lester Williams Hargrave 

Olney — General Agriculture 
Bruce N. Harris 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Industries 
George Eugene Hecht 

Carbondale — Forestry 
Kenneth G. Heinzmann 

Sandoval — Plant Industries 
Richard Harvey Hiatt 

Watseka — Agricultural 
Education 
John R. Higgins 

Rankin — Agricultural Industries 
David Louis Highlander 

Edwardsville — Animal Industries 
Stuart H. Hirsh 

Champaign — Forestry 



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Gary W. Hise 

Robbs — Plant Industries 
Keith Allen Hocking 

Mt. Carmel — Agricultural 
Education 
Jack D. Honegger 

Forrest — General Agriculture 
William S. Horton 

Rankin — Agricultural Industries 
Dana James Houkal 

Westchester — Forestry 

Jerry Huffington 

Urbana — Agricultural Education 
Virgil Laverne Isringhausen 

Jerseyville — Animal Industries 
Kenneth H. Jacobs 

Okawville — Agricultural 
Industries 
John Stanley Jacobsen, Jr. 

Thomasboro — Forestry 

James Harlow Jensen 

New Lenox — Agricultural 
Education 



Stephen Charles Jevne 
Villa Park — Forestry 
Julio Enrique Jimenez G. 
Bogota, Colombia — Animal 
Industries 
Al Jodar 

Long Beach, California — Animal 
Industries 

Gordon Lee Johnson 

Farmer City — Plant Industries 
Harold E. Johnson 

Homewood — Forestry 
Shawn Michael Johnson 

Carbondale — Forestry 
Robert Stephen Joy 

Chapin — Agricultural Industries 
Stephen Kent Jurgens 

Arthur — Plant Industries 
Richard H. Kammler 

Belleville — Forestry 

Duaine Eugene Kief 

Rankin — Agricultural Industries 



James Vernon Kieft 

West Chicago — Forestry 
Robert Dean Kiesecoms 

Assumption — Agricultural 
Industries 
Errol Klendworth 

Dana — Agricultural Industries 
Verlyn Edward Knisley 

Monticello — Agricultural 
Education 
Kenneth Wayne Knobloch 

Wyoming — Agricultural 
Industries 
Randolph L. Konkel 

New Lenox — Forestry 

Larry W. Kraft * 

Freeburg — Agricultural 
Education 
Dean Griffith Kyburz 

Chatsworth — Agricultural 
Education 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

Robert S. Hancock, Dean 
Richard F. Fryman, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



J. Michael Abbott 

Lincoln — Accounting 
Bruce Jerome Aiello 

Oak Lawn — Accounting 
Richard Harley Alger 

Carbondale — Management 
Mark Elwood Allen * 

Reynolds — Accoun ting 
Merrill Edwin Allen * 

Reynolds — Marketing 
Steven Crandall Altman 

Worth — Marketing 
David Lee Anders 

Oak Lawn — Management 
George L. Anderson II 

La Grange — Marketing 
Robert Paul Armstrong 

Newport News, Virginia — 
Management 
Robert Charles Arndt 

Northbrook — Marketing 
Darrell V. Arne 

Steward — Accounting 
Robert Edward Arroyo 

Elmwood Park — Marketing 
Alan D. Asp 

Norridge — Accounting 
Franklin G. Bab 

Durham, North Carolina — 
Marketing 
George William Back 

Chicago — Management 



Robert H. Backman 

Chicago — Accounting 
Steven Douglas Bagley 

Decatur- — Marketing 
Peter Howard Baier 

Oak Lawn — Marketing 
Rox Wayne Bailey 

Benton — Marketing 
James Richard Baines 

Aurora — Manage ment 
Charles F. Baker 

Fords, New Jersey — Accounting 

Virgil Wesley Baltzell 

Grand Tower — Management 
James P. Barrington 

Carte rville — Accounting 
Rodney E. Bartha 

Aurora — Marketing 
Peter George Bebas, Jr. 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Larry Keith Becker * 

Princeton — Accounting 
John L. Belt 

Carbondale — Accounting 
James M. Beltrame, Jr. 

Melrose Park — Accounting 
David James Benoit 

B radley — Marketing 
Carol Bertoux 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Michael Patrick Bertoux 

Carbondale — Management 



Dennis Joshua Bickel 
Virden — Marketing 

Thomas Edward Bissey 

Decatur — Marketing 
Judith M. Blacklidge 

Northbrook — Management 
Robert Eugene Bobo 

Hialeah, Florida — Finance 
Johnny Ray Boehringer 

Carmi — Finance 
John E. Bohan 

Alexis — Management 

Robert D. Bollmeier 

Marissa — Accounting 
Stephen Richard Boma 

Piper City — Marketing 
Gilbert Lee B ratten 

Elkville — Management 
Charles Richard Breden 

Carbondale — Management 
David Allen Breymeyer 

La Grange — Economics 
Keith Alan Brown 

Carmi — Marketing 
Paul D. Brown 

Chicago — Marketing 
Gordon Kenneth Brownlie 

Evanston — Marketing 
James MacGregor Brownlie 

Evanston — Marketing 
John David Bruden 

Decatur — Marketing 



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Jerry Lee Buckles 

Mt. Pulaski — Management 

Edward Martin Buerger 

Decatur — Management 
Robert Arthur Burbridge 

Park Forest — Management 
Paul L. Burghardt 

Chicago — Marketing 
Herbert B. Burnell, Jr. 

Downers Grove — Management 
Bruce Allen Butchko 

Crete — Marketing 
Carl Thomas Butler 

Mt. Carmel — Marketing 
James Lee Calcaterra 

Coal City — Management 
Joseph A. Cali III 

Pelham, New York — Marketing 
Mary Elizabeth Cange 

Belleville — Accounting 
David Canterbury 

O'Fallon — Management 
Jay Charles Carlin 

Joliet — Management 
Charles Bowen Carter 

Chicago — Marketing 
Patrick J. Casey 

Chicago — Finance 
Warren E. Casey 

Glenview — Marketing 
Frank E. Cerio 

Rockford — Accounting 
Erwin Thomas Cermak 

Chicago — Management 
Ronald S. Chapon 

Chicago — Management 
James Frank Charvat 

Berwyn — Marketing 
Emerson Lynn Cheeseman 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Michael Lewis Christian 

Benton — Management 
John Joseph Clark (Maxian) 

Chicago — Marketing 
Philip J. Clesen 

Skokie — Finance 

John Marshall Cline 

Carterville — Management 

Frank E. Clinkscale, Jr. 
Little Rock, Arkansas — 
Accounting 

Charles Cobin, Jr. 
Dowell — Marketing 

J. Kevin Coffey 

Chicago — Marketing 

Randall Alan Coker 

Buena Park, California — 
Management 

Donald G. Colclasure * 
Mt. Sterling — Economics 

Dennis E. Conn 

Elizabethtown — Marketing 

Dana Charles Contratto 
Aurora — Marketing 

James E. Cooper 

Wilmington — Marketing 



Henry L. Craig 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Gary Glenn Crawford 

Streator — Marketing 
Richard T. Crews 

DeKalb — Marketing 
James Robert Cronholm 

Lockport — Accounting 
Jerome Francis Crotty 

Chicago — Management 
James E. Cram 

Monmouth — Management 
Bruce Marcus Cruz 

Matteson — Marketing 
Ronald R. Cunningham 

White Hall — Accounting 
Dennis George Czosek 

Franklin Park — Marketing 
Richard Charles D'Amico 

Chicago — Marketing 
Robert H. Dander 

Aurora — Management 
Bobby Leo Daniel 

Olney — Managemen t 
Gary Douglas Darst 

Carbondale — Accounting 
James Rodney Davis 

Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania — 
Accounting 
Frankie Carl Deaton 

West Salem — Marketing 
James T. Defenbaugh 

Bloomington — Marketing 
Donald Lynn DeJarnett 

Carbondale — Finance 
Joe Wayne Denny 

Carbondale — Finance 
John William Dietrich 

Salem — Finance 
Nick DiGiovanni, Jr. 

Chicago Heights — Marketing 
James Paul Dixon 

Colp — Finance 
Brian Donald Dorosz 

La Grange — Marketing 
Donald Edward Doruff 

Morton Grove — Marketing 
James Emmett Dougherty 

Richton Park — Marketing 

Robert Frederick Duke 

Western Springs — Marketing 

Steven Michael Duke 
Cisne — Marke ting 

Thomas W. Duke 

Hampton — Manage ment 

Fred Dyrcz 

Crestwood — Finance 

Barrett Fraser Eby 

Lake Forest — Management 

Gary Neal Edidin 
Skokie — Marketing 

Gary Willis Edwards 
E ffingham — Marketing 

Barry Martin Eisenberg 
New York, New York — 
Marketing 

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Terrence Harlan Ellis 

Rock Island — Management 
Terry L. Engel 

Kinmundy — Accounting 
Siamanto Hovig Etian 

Barrington — Marketing 
Forrest Duane Evans 

Rantoul — Marketing 
Gary Phillip Evans 

Joliet — Marketing 
Robert William Ewen 

Murphysboro — Finance 
Allan Fabian 

Palos Heights — Marketing 
Dennis Alan Falcon 

Rumford, Rhode Island — 
Marketing 
Ira M. Feinsmith 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Gary Fendrich 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Norman M. Field 

Chicago — Accounting 
Thomas Henry Fisher, Jr. 

Chicago — Management 
Thomas E. Fitzgerald 

Chicago — Marketing 
Kenneth Merrill Fix 

Wheaton — Marke ting 
Jimmy Lee Fletcher 

Riverdale — Management 
John Paul Forgacs 

Bourbonnais — Marketing 
James Meredith Fornear 

Argenta — Management 
Kenneth Edward Fracaro 

Lockport — Management 
Jerrold B. Frank 

Chicago — Marketing 
Robert Andrew Freedlund 

Carbondale — Management 
Sherrill Francis Freesmeyer 

Dow — Management 
Daniel Raymond Frick 

Mt. Carmel — Management 
Walter C. Friedland 

Elgin — Accounting 
William David Fruland 

Sheridan — Management 
Bennett W. Fuller, Jr. 

Peo ria — Marketing 
Luis Galvan 

Chicago Heights — Marketing 
Kenneth Bruce Garen 

Skokie — Accoun ting 
Larry LeRoy Garrison 

Carterville — Management 
Charles Allen Gavzer 

Chicago — Accounting 
Paul William Gayer, Jr. 

Herrin — Management 
Angelo M. Gaziano 

Rockford — Marketing 
Robert Joseph George 

Peoria — Accounting 
Michael E. Giesing 

Carbondale — Accounting 



John A. Gilbreath 

Troy — Marketing 
Charles Francis Gildemeister 

Melrose Park — Marketing 

Jeffrey Glover 

Park Ridge — Marketing 

Roy R. Godin 

Midlothian — Marketing 
Thomas A. Grant 

Carbondale — Accounting 

Larry L. Gray 

Olney — Management 
David Pitts Greeness 

Normal — Management 
Russ Greenwald 

Elmwood Park — Marketing 
Jon Alan Griswold 

Cerro Gordo — Management 
David Ferrill Grobe 

Marion — Marketing 

Martin Gruby 

Lincolnwood — Marketing 

Robert Daniel Gualdoni 

Christopher — Accounting 
Russell S. Guertin 

Kankakee — Economics 
Craig Alan Gustafson 

Rockford — Marketing 
Dale J. Guzlas 

Chicago- — Management 
Thomas H. Hackett 

Monee — Accounting 
Robert Michael Hackman 

Wasco — Accounting 
James C. Hager 

Rockford — Management 
Lester Leigh Hale 

Springfield — Marketing 

Richard William Hall 

Chicago — Finance 
Grant Walter Hamilton 

Home wood — Economics 
James C. Hanger 

Mt. Vernon — Management 
Clifford Joseph Harkabus 

Calumet City — Marketing 
John R. Harper 

Evergreen Park — Finance 
Betty A. Harre 

Okawville — Accoun ting 
Robert Edward Harris 

Crystal Lake — Management 



Edward C. Harrison 

Lansing — Management 
Edgar Hawkins, Jr. 

Chicago — Marketing 
Thomas J. Hayden 

Chicago — Marketing 
John Hendrickson 

Berwyn — Marketing 

Richard Brian Hennessy 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Frederick Charles Hickle 

Mahomet — Management 
Wallace L. Higgins 

Mt. Vernon — Management 
Eugene F. Hildeman, Jr. 

Chicago Heights — Finance 
David Richard Hirsch 

Tinley Park — Management 
Michael Wayne Hodge 

Rockford — Finance 
Melvin H. Hoffman * * 

Nashville — Accounting 
Robert John Hogan 

Seneca — Management 
Kenneth Don Hokinson 

Highland Park — Marketing 
Carlotta L. Holmes 

Park Forest — Secretarial Studies 
Jeffrey William Holmes 

Villa Grove — Accounting 

Robert John Holub 

Chicago — Management 
Philip Michael Houlihan 

Galesburg — Finance 
Gary Dean Hunt 

Hettick — Marketing 
Dan R. Hutchcraft 

Peoria — Marketing 
Harry Bernard Hutchison 

Chicago — Accounting 
Ronald A. Imbordino 

Elmwood Park — Management 

Paul Ingersoll 

Skokie — Marketing 
David F. Israel 

Chicago — Marketing 
Paula Mae Iversen 

Evergreen Park — Accounting 
Michael C. Jackson 

Carbondale — Accounting 

Ronald Eugene Jacobs 

Carbondale — Management 



Rick Charles Jaros 
Berwyn — Marketing 

Lonnie Jay Johns 

Carbondale- — Management 
James Joseph Johnson 

Elmhurst — Economics 
Kenneth Charles Johnson 

Franklin Park — Marketing 

Ray Johnson 

Chicago Heights — Accounting 
Drew A. Just 

Buffalo Grove — Management 
William M. Kaddatz, Jr. 

Glenview — Accounting 
William J. Kaszynski 

Glen Ellyn — Management 
James M. Kazmierczak 

Chicago — Management 
Eddie L. Kennedy 

Markham — Accounting 
David Ray Kenshalo 

Fairfield — Accounting 
LeRoy Edward Ketchmark 

Huntley — Management 

Werner Kief 

Chicago — Marketing 
Charles Michael Kieffer 

Mt. Carmel — Accounting 
Kent Kimball 

Springfield — Marketing 
Carl Raymond Klappauf 

Chicago— Management 
Kenneth Leonard Koehn 

Franklin Park — Accounting 

Thomas E. Koelling 

Hazel Crest — Marketing 
Soterios George Komon 

Chicago — Management 
Stanley R. Konopka, Sr. 

Elmhurst — Marketing 
Lawrence Carter Krai 

Oak Lawn — Marketing 
William J. Krauklis 

Cicero — Marketing 
Leo M. Krause 

Glenview — Accounting 

Garry John Krieger 
Chicago — Marketing 

Gerald F. Krumwide 
Flossmoor — Marketing 



SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS 

C. Horton Talley, Dean 
George Brown, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Bruce Victor Albers 

Lockport — Radio-Television 



Barclay James Allen 

Montreal, Quebec — Radio- 
Television 



James Daniel Allen 

Elgin — Radio-Television 



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Christine Armstrong 

Upper Sandusky, Ohio — Speech 

Jerry S. Ashby 

Mt. Carroll — Journalism 
Carol Elizabeth Barre 

Durham, North Carolina — 
Speech 
John James Barrett, Jr. 

Alton — Radio-Television 
Robert Clifton Batts, Jr. 

Hampton, Virginia — Theater 
Thomas Hanley Baur 

Barrington — Radio-Television 
Rudolph Bax 

Carmi — Journalism 
Earl Harold Berg, Jr. 

Brookfield — Journalism 
Paulette Marie Berry 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Sharon L. Bierman 

Centralia — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 

Thomas Fenton Bingman 
Murphysboro — Photography 

James R. Bittermann 
Waukegan — Journalism 

Gerald Joseph Bixman 

Summit — Radio-Television 

Martin L. Bloom 

Chesterfield, Missouri — Radio- 
Television 
Lawrence R. Bockman 

Odell — Journalism 
Dominic Anthony Bonavolonta 

Melrose Park — Radio-Television 
Hymie S. Brandelstein 

Chicago — Journalism 
Viola B. Brestin 

Xenia — Radio-Television 
Gregory Byron Britton 

Cahokia — Radio-Television 
Stephanie Leigh Brown 

Carbondale — Journalism 
Jack D. Buchanan 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
David Lee Carl 

Carbondale — Photography 
Phyllis Angela Carsello 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Robert Lee Carter 

Chicago — Journalism 
Leon David Cassuto 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Richard Alan Clarke 

Baldwinsville, New York — 
Radio-Television 

Leonard I. Coltun 

Park Forest — Radio-Television 
Richard L. Comstock 

Maine, New York — Theater 

Kenneth Edward Czys 

Westchester — Radio-Television 

Diana Sharon Davis 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 



John Brandon Davis 

Calumet City — Speech 
Claudia June DeKoven 

Los Angeles, California — Speech 

David Glenn De Vries 

Grand Rapids, Michigan — 
Photography 
Richard Michael Diederich 
Carbondale — Journalism 
Sandra Marie Dobkowski 

North Syracuse, New York — 
Journalism 

John Ernest Donovan 

Odell— Theater 
Robert Philip Dubinsky 

Highland Park — Radio- 
Television 
Michael J. Dunne 

Chicago — Journalism 
Diane Lee Eggers 

Forest Park — Speech 

Diana Lee Emerson 

East St. Louis — Journalism 

William Dean Epling, Jr. 

Decatur — Special Major in 
Public Relations 
Glenn Charles Evans 

East Peoria — Photography 
Mitchel E. Farris, Jr. 

Chicago — Radio-Television 

James C. Fehrman 

St. Louis, Missouri — 
Photography 
John Fredrick Fisher 

Mt. Carmel — Journalism 
Demosthenese Hamilton Fobbs, Jr. 

Highland Falls, New York — 
Radio-Television 
Martha Jo Francis 

Morgantown, West Virginia — 
Journalism 
Roger L. Frick 

Carbondale — Journalism 
Susan Eileen Frick 

Carbondale — Speech 
Larry Furlow 

Memphis, Tennessee — Speech 

Dean Robert George 

Glenview — Radio-Television 
Alan H. Gerberg 

Brooklyn, New York — Radio- 
Television 

William R. Gerdes 

Murphysboro — Journalism 

Bernard Lawrence Ginsberg 
North Miami Beach, Florida — 
Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 

David Bernhard Glomp 
Elgin — Radio-Television 

Judith Lee Goode 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 

Donald H. Gott, Jr. 

Winnetka — Radio-Television 

Francis Joseph Graham 
Rantoul — Journalism 



Keith Robert Gravenhorst 

Deerfield — Radio-Television 
Phyllis Ann Green 

Murphysboro — Speech 
John M. Grisley 

Marion — Special Major in 
Public Relations 
Herbert Houston Grout 

Olney — Speech 

Gail Susan Gumbiner 

Glencoe — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 

Gene Paul Gurley 

Belleville — Photography 

Thomas James Gutzler 

Highland — Radio-Television 

Robert Henry Guzik 

Chicago — Radio-Television 

John Charles Hanafin 

Litchfield — Journalism 
Mark Victor Hansen 

Waukegan — Speech 

Paul Louis Hayden 

Murphysboro — Radio-Television 

Lawrence James Henshel 
Chicago — Radio-Television 

Nyhl Leon Henson 

Xenia — Journalism 
Terry L. Herbig 

Freeport — Photography 
Tim Hohs 

Skokie — Journalism 

David Benson Holian 

Melrose Park — Radio-Television 

John Hubert Holmes 

Carbondale — Radio-Television 

Irene Roberta Houy 

Canton — Journalism 
Robert Maurice Husayko 

Chicago — Radio-Television 

Kenneth L. Huske 

Rockford — Radio-Television 

Melvin Simms Irving 

Peoria — Speech 
Nathan Edwin Jones 

Virden — Journalism 
Norris Edward Jones 

Virden — Journalism 
George Hamilton Kane 

Springfield — Speech 

Howard F. Kaste 

Skokie — Radio-Television 

Parry D. Katsafanas 

Evanston — Radio-Television 

John Andrew Kedvesh 

Wood Dale — Radio-Television 

Norma Jean Ketay 

Peoria — Speech 
James Kezios 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Anthony Carlos Kilbert 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Kathryn Elaine Klees 

Dolton — Journalism 
Carol Jean Knight 

Murphysboro — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 



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Jack Terry Knott 

Carbondale — Journalism 
Mareile Anne Koenig 

Dundee — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
William George Konkel 

Chicago — Photography 



Dean Mark Krugman 
Chicago — Journ alism 

Michael Howard Krugman 
Chicago — Journalism 

Kurt K. Kuehnert 
Crystal Lake — Speech 



Richard Jerome Kulczewski 
Chicago — Radio-Television 

Gregory J. Kwak 
Chicago — Speech 



SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 

Phillip H. Olsson, Acting Dean 
Melvin Siener, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Leslie Ruben Applebaum 
Niles — Design 

Richard Earl Archer 
Carbondale — Design 

Patricia A. Arndt 

Chicago — Art 
Zafiria N. Artemiadis 

Carbondale — Art 
Timothy Philip Atseff 

Fayetteville, New York — Art 
James Harley Auble 

Deerfield — Art 
Ruth K. Bauman 

New York, New York — Art 
Nicholas Charles Bentley 

St. Louis, Missouri — Art 
Frederick Bozek 

LaGrange — Art 
Bonnie Louise Braunig 

Chicago — Art 
Joe Eddy Brown 

Farmersville — Design 
Sarah Belle Capps 

Belle Rive — Art 



Robert Alan Carter 

Evansville, Indiana — Design 
Mary Jane Chesley 

Mt. Vernon — Art 
John Robert Christiansen 

Park Ridge — Design 
Tom A. Cokins 

Riverside — Design 
Gail Susan Dark 

Carbondale — Art 
Lowell D. Darling 

Makanda — Art 

Raymond H. Davis 

Peoria — Art 
Janice Page Donneson 

APO, New York— Art 
Gary Robert Edgren 

Carbondale — Art 
William Lawrence Edwards 

Villa Park— Art 
A. Jeffrey Franklin 

New York, New York — Design 
Stephen Barry Fredd 

Kankakee — Design 
Paul John Freed 

Saskatchewan, Canada — Art 



Robert M. Gailen 

Chicago — D esign 
Sheilah Goldsmith 

Brooklyn, New York — Design 
Timothy Hart Gorman 

Arlington Heights — Design 
John Lee Guthrie 

Bellwood — Design 
Joan Ellen Heakin 

Morris — Art 
James C. Houston, Jr. 

Wood River — Design 
Phillip A. Hudachek 

Prophetstown — Design 
Judith Kay Jacobs 

Jacksonville — Art 

Bruce A. Jacobsen 

River Forest — Art 
Raymond J. Jasinski 

Northlake — Art 
Sandra Kay Johnson 

St. Joseph — Art 

Robert S. Krajec 

West Salem — Design 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Brian Reed Barber 

La Grange — Music 
Gloria Ann Barringer 

Huntersville, North Carolina- 
Music 
Karen Ann Bauch 

St. Louis, Missouri — Music 
David W. Bottom 

White Hall— Music 



Danny F. Bruce 

Carbondale — Music 

Kristine Karen Forney 

Andover, Massachusetts — Music 
Ford Gibson, Jr. 

Washington, D. C. — Music 
Thomas D. Gualdoni 

Herrin — Music 



Barbara Ann Helton 

Riverdale — Music 
Stecia Diane Horstman 

Metropolis — Music 
James Church Kirk 

Herrin — Music 
Donald Eugene Kragness 

Marion — Music 



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SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Roye R. Bryant, Acting Dean 
Phyllis Bubnas, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Nancy Jo Aldridge 

Bloomington — Home Economics 
Carla S. Apple 

Enfield — Home Economics 
Florentia Ballantine 

Skokie — Home Economics 

Carolyn Ann Barthel 

Chicago — Home Economics 

Clarice Valorie Batha 

Belleville — Home Economics 

Patricia A. Benstine 

Streator — Home Economics 

Joan Margaret Bogart 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Trudy Shirley Bolte 

Anna — Home Economics 
Judith Ann Bost 

Murphysboro — Home Economics 
Frances Kay Boyd 

Murphysboro — Home Economics 
Carolyn Michelle Britt 

Oak Lawn — Home Economics 
Elizabeth Louise Carter 

Rockford — Home Economics 
Carolyn Suzanne Chamberlain 

Altamont — Home Economics 
Lucianna De Cobb 

Clinton — Home Economics 
Wilma Mae Coffer 

Vergennes — Home Economics 
Jeanne Ann Cordum 

Noble — Home Economics 
Jeanne Alice Payne Cremeens 

Ewing — Home Economics 



Brenda Sehnert Crimmins 

Carbondale — Home Economics 

Donna Jean Curtner 

Stonington — Home Economics 

Jean Ann McFadden Davis 

Murphysboro — Home Economics 

Nancy Ellen Trotter Dolvig * * 

Mt. Vernon — Home Economics 
Kathryn A. Dougherty 

Sycamore — Home Economics 
Jacqueline Dudley 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Joyce Diane Walty Embree 

Springfield — Home Economics 
Donna Mae Eyer 

Olney — Home Economics 
Bernice C. Freund 

Waterloo — Home Economics 

Donna Jean Frey 

Dahlgren — Home Economics 
Nancy Louise Frick 

Gary, Indiana — Home 
Economics 
Sandra Ann Frost 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Judith Ann Fuchs 

Franklin — Home Economics 

Marcia Eleanor Ginn * 

Park Ridge — Home Economics 

Marilyn Anne Glaus 

New Athens — Home Economics 
Yvonne Sonja Goodwin 

Chicago — Home Economics 



Ronald George Grammer 

Champaign — Home Economics 
Nancy DuBois Green 

Champaign — Home Economics 
Mary Burton Harris 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Minnie Eva Harris 

Prairie, Mississippi — Home 
Economics 

Kristin Hendrickson 

Springfield — Home Economics 
Margaret Ann Henry 

Crystal Lake — Home Economics 
Marvin Dennis Hoelzel 

Belvidere — Home Economics 
Carol Lauer Horrell 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Michael Robert Hull 

Joliet — Home Economics 
Joy Ann Jackson * * 

Galatia — Home Economics 
Karen Louise Johnson 

McLeansboro — Home Economics 
Mary Ann Await Johnson 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Charlotte Jean Jones 

Murphysboro — Home Economics 
Janis Diane Jones 

Urbana — Home Economics 
Tommye Lynne Kelly 

Harrisburg — Home Economics 



SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 

Thomas B. Jefferson, Dean 
Marvin E. Johnson, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Darrell Lee Abby * * 

Carmi — Engineering 
Said Abu-Khdeir 

Jerusalem, Israel — Engineering 
Technology 
Richard Donald Acuff 

Royalton — Engineering 
Michael Richard Adams 

Des Plaines — Industrial 
Technology 



George Duane Albright 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 
John Stewart Alfeld 
Carrollton — Industrial 
Technology 
Donald F. Austin 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Lee Duban Backe 

Los Angeles, California — 
Engineering 



Dale A. Bailey 

Du Quoin — Engineering 
Technology 
Oscar Bruce Baird 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Roy Edward Baranzelli 

Tovey — Engineering Technology 
Eugene B. Barns 

Altamont — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



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Anthony Phillip Barresi 
Pittsfield, Massachusetts — 
Engineering Technology 
Lawrence J. Bassuk 

Morton Grove — Engineering 
Craig Robert Becker 

East Moline — Industrial 
Technology 
Lowell Foster Benjamin 
Sparta — Engineering 
Boyd H. Benner, Jr. 

Millerstown, Pennsylvania — 
Engineering Technology 
Michael Roy Berchem 

Steger — Industrial Technology 
Reynold P. Berra 

Herrin — Engineering 
Richard Royden Berry 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Robert W. Berry 

Rosiclare — Industrial 
Technology 
Frank Joseph Bianchetta 

Joliet — Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Donato Bilotta 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts — 
Engineering Technology 
Richard Wayne Blaudow 
Seymour — Engineering 
Technology 

Wayne Arthur Borkowski 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 
Jim P. Bowen 

Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 
James L. Branch 

Elkhart, Indiana — Engineering 
Technology 
Eugene Louis Bruno 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 
Dennis Robert Bump 

Elgin — Industrial Technology 
Roy L. Burns 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 
Keith A. Burtt 

Elk Grove — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Thomas John Carl 

Des Plaines — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Robert Eugene Carlson 
Urbana — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Richard C. Carlyle 

Bethany — Industrial Technology 
James Richard Clegg 

Hazel Crest — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Terry Coan 

Wildwood — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Elliot Rezba Collier 
Lansing — Engineering 
Technology 

Scott Gregory Conkel 

Elgin — Engineering Technology 



Howard Elmer Cornish 
Clinton — Engineering 
Technology 
Aurelio Rafael Correa 
Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 

James G. Correll 

Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 
Steve K. Crawford 

Georgetown — Industrial 
Technology 
Thomas Alan Crowder 
St. Louis, Missouri — 
Engineering Technology 
Dennis Dale Damon 
Durand — Engineering 
Technology 
Rush Phillip Davis 

Harrisburg — Engineering 

William Vern DeVillez 
Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 
Alvin George Diemer 

Pontiac — Industrial Technology 
Wayne L. Dohnal 

Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 

Laurence J. Dolvig 

Mt. Vernon — Engineering 
Technology 
Kenneth Roger Downey 
Ridgway — Engineering 
Technology 
Roman Ihor Dubycky 
Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
John Edward Dunn 
Lee, Massachusetts — 
Engineering Technology 
Robert Michael Eisenhauer 
Effingham — Engineering 
Technology 
Billy Joe Elkins 

Anna — Engineering Technology 
Laddie Ray Elliott 

De Soto — Engineering 
Technology 

Ronald Edward Elliott 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 
Randy L. Elston 

Ca rbondale — Indus trial 
Technology 

Alan B. Emmering 
Oak Park — Industrial 
Technology 

Lester Bruce Engelmann 

Joliet — Industrial Technology 
Ellery Drew English 

Anna — Engineering Technology 
Robert Russell Engstrom, Jr. 

Plainfield — Engineering 
Richard Allen Faulkner 

Clarendon Hills — Engineering 
Alan Wade Fischer 

Clarendon Hills — Engineering 
Thomas Wilson Foss 

Anna — Technical and Industrial 
Education 



Thomas Alan Fowles 
Wauconda — Industrial 
Technology 
Jerry L. Fulk 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 

Steven Kenneth Gerber 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 
George David Gillock 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 
Palmer Goodwin, Jr. 
Wheaton — Engineering 
Technology 
Bill Gore 

Springfield — Engineering 
Technology 
Gary Douglas Gould 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 
Robert Delmar Gray, Jr. 

Elgin — Engineering Technology 
Shane E. Gray 

St. Francisville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Clarence Earl Gunter, Jr. 
West Frankfort — Industrial 
Technology 
Dale Lee Habbley 

Elgin — Engineering Technology 
George Conrad Haenisch 

Wheaton — Industrial Technology 
Charles Allen Hagloch 
Virginia — Engineering 

James Harvey Hall 

Wilmington — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Wayne Arnold Harlan 
Florissant, Missouri — 
Engineering Technology 
James E. Harner 

Belvidere — Engineering 
Technology 
Lawrence Howard Haynes 

Peoria — Engineering 
Thomas Richard Hein 

Oak Lawn — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
George Edward Hicks 
Herrin — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Stanley F. Hlady, Jr. 
Addison — Engineering 
Technology 
Maurice T. Horsman, Jr. 

Salem — Industrial Technology 

John Emil Houkal 

Westchester — Engineering 
David B. Hunt 

La Grange — Engineering 
Technology 
Richard C. Jablonski 

Chicago — Engineering 

Robert Allen Jett 

Lombard — Industrial Technology 

Burton Edward Kaploe 

Oak Park, Michigan — Technical 
and Industrial Education 



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Hamzeh Karami 

Abadan, Iran — Engineering 
Ralph E. Kastel 

Columbus, Ohio — Industrial 
Technology 
James Lloyd Keehner 
Murphysboro — Industrial 
Technology 
Francis Patrick Kidd 
Carte rville — Engineering 
Technology 
Wayne J. King 

Palos Heights — Engineering 
Technology 



Dennis James Kissack 
Armstrong — Engineering 
Technology 
Gary Lee Klingel 

Mascoutah — Engineering 
Technology 
Robert Louis Klueg 
Jerseyville — Industrial 
Technology 
Harry A. Knowle 

De Soto — Industrial Technology 



Allen Wayne Koca 

Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
Robert Otto Kolkmeyer 

Alton — Industrial Technology 
Charles James Kopecky, Jr. 

Addison — Industrial Technology 
Theodore Eugene Kramer 

Morrisonville — Engineering 
Thomas Michael Kuchman 

Berwyn — Engineering 
Technology 



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Candidates for the Associate Degree 

DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 

Marvin P. Hill, Asst. Dean 
Harry Soderstrom, Marshal 

ASSOCIATE IN ART 



Leslie R. Akins 

Marion — Correction and Law 
Enforcement 
Perry Gene Anderson 

Woodhull — Commercial Art 

Deborah L. Atlas 

Highland Park — Commercial Art 

Linda Jo Barlow 

Galva — Dental Hygiene 

Sandra Burger Blankenship 
Herrin — Dental Hygiene 

Kathleen Brighton 

Marion — Dental Hygiene 
Daniel G. Brothers 

Carrier Mills — Commercial Art 
Linda Carol Buelter 

Lincoln — Dental Hygiene 
Beverly Kaye Craft 

Herrin — Dental Hygiene 



Larry N. Crouse 

Herrin — Correction and Law 
Enforcement 
Carol Lee Desch 

Chicago — Dental Hygiene 
Sandra J. Dunlavy 

Peoria — Dental Hygiene 

Larry Harold Ebers 

Steeleville — Commercial Art 

Sherry J. Ellet 

Grand Tower — Commercial Art 

Paul Alexander Elson 

Country Club Hills — Commercial 
Art 
Gregory Frank English 

Morris — Commercial Art 

Mary Fields 

West Frankfort — Commercial 
Art 



Susan Marie Friederich 

Granite City — Dental Hygiene 

Wynifred Ann Hanson 

Aurora — Dental Hygiene 
Larry Paul Henderson 

LTrbana — Commercial Art 
James E. Hollifield 

Marion — Correction and Law 
Enforcement 
Lynn Christine Hornung 

Palos Park — Dental Hygiene 
Sharon Ann Hrouda 

Berwyn — Dental Hygiene 
Gloria Renae Cason Justice 

East St. Louis — Commercial Art 
Brian P. Kenny 

Grayslake — Correction and Law 
Enforcement 
Carole Jean Keppner 

Elmhurst — Dental Hygiene 



ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



Diane Kay Ammann 

Highland — Legal Secretarial 
Sharon Sue Ballantyne 
Murphysboro — Executive 
Secretarial 
Karen Louise Barberich 

St. Charles — Electronic Data 
Processing 
George G. Bolokowicz 

Chicago — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Diana Jean Bourne 

Belleville — Cooperative Retailing 
Helen Brazdzionis 

Chicago — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Sharon Louise Broslovik 

Evanston — Executive Secretarial 
Bonnie Jean Bundy 

Olympia Fields — Electronic 
Data Processing 
Donna Sue Canada 

Shelby ville — Executive 
Secretarial 
Susan Kay Carlson 
B radley — A ccoun ting 



Karen F. Carter 

Carbondale — Legal Secretarial 

Lila Lee Connell 

Marion — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Jacqueline Rae Creighton 
Marengo — Legal Secretarial 

Deborah Suzann Crompton 
Herrin — Executive Secretarial 

Stephen A. Daron 

Robinson — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Marilee Ann Davis 

Strawn — Executive Secretarial 

Patricia M. Derek 

Warner Robins, Georgia — 
Electronic Data Processing 

Gary Richard Diamond 
Cary — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Roger Olen Dillon 
Anna — Accounting 

Susan L. Dolack 

Springfield — Electronic Data 
Processing 



Paul R. Eastwood, Sr. 
Karnak — Accounting 

Randy Ferguson 

Du Quoin — Accounting 

Sharon Flynn 

Chicago — Accounting 

Florence Jean Foerder 
Kankakee — Executive 
Secretarial 

Bruce L. Frenzke 

Kankakee — Cooperative 
Retailing 

Marilyn Jean Gibson * 

Centralia — Medical Secretarial 

Laura Marlene Gross 
Colchester — Executive 
Secretarial 

George Stephen Guffa 
Bensenville — Cooperative 
Retailing 

Debra Lynn Higginbotham 
Pana — Medical Secretarial 

Lois Jacobson 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — 
Cooperative Retailing 



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Alberta C. Jones 

Carbondale — Executive 
Secretarial 
Susan Kay Jordan * 

Moweaqua — Executive 
Secretarial 
Sharon Ann Katilavas 

Chicago — Executive Secretarial 
JoAnn Elizabeth Keys 

Lincoln — Executive Secretarial 



Barbara A. Kimura 

Crystal Lake — Executive 
Secretarial 
Gary L. Kirk 

Belleville — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Jennifer J. Kobler 

Marion — Electronic Data 
Processing 



Connie Lee Kohlmeier 

Waterloo — Executive Secretarial 
James Charles Kratz 

Piper City — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Teresa Marie Kruse 

Decatur — Accounting 



ASSOCIATE IN TECHNOLOGY 



James N. Adams 

Thompsonville — Automotive 
Technology 
Timothy Alan Agner 

Chatsworth — Automotive 
Technology 
Dennis Ray Albers 

Bluffs — Aviation Technology 
George Duane Albright 

Chicago — Aviation Technology 
Peter McGarraugh Anderson 
Brookings, South Dakota — 
Aviation Technology 
Edward L. Annable 

Cypress — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
Joseph Dean Arnold 

Orion — Architectural Technology 
Dennis Anthony Arrichiello 

Chicago — Aviation Technology 
Stephen Douglas Artus 

Englewood, Colorado — Aviation 
Technology 

Jay Gregory Atkinson 

DeSoto — Aviation Technology 
Robert H. Aylmer 

Riverdale — Mortuary Science 
Thomas H. Barnerd 

Elizabeth town — Machine 
Drafting and Design 
Technology 
Murray Halleck Beck 

Du Quoin — Aviation Technology 
Gary Allen Bernstein 

New York, New York — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 
Danny Howard Biggs 
Ca rbondale — A u to motive 
Technology 
William M. Birdsell 

Jacksonville — Automotive 
Technology 
Fred Beauchamp Black 

Carterville — Highway and Civil 
Technology 

Dennis Lee Boger 

East Alton — Automotive 
Technology 
Joel M. Bond 

Wood River — Electronics 
Technology 
David Lee Bonnell 

Flat Rock — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 



Timothy Michael Borst 
Chicago — Architectural 
Technology 
Michael D. Bost 

Murphysboro — Aviation 
Technology 
Sharon Ann Bouska 

La Grange Park — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 
Linda K. Brainard 

Rockford — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Lee Olindo Bressan 
Springfield — Aviation 
Technology 
David L. Buatte 

Chester — Highway and Civil 
Technology 
Daniel Buckley 

Clayton — Automotive 
Technology 

Robert E. Burton 

Lebanon — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 

Frank E. Butler 

Dahlgren — Electronics 
Technology 

Robert Eugene Carlson 
Urbana — Automotive 
Technology 

Albert Leroy Carpenter, Jr. 
Dennison — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 

James P. Cheffer 

Kankakee — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Jiramie Dale Clark 

Alton — Electronics Technology 

Michael Joseph Cler 

Penfield — Aviation Technology 

Terry Coan 

Wildwood — Aviation Technology 

Gregory Harrison Combs 

Taylorville — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Guillermo Manuel de Lemos 
Santurce, Puerto Rico — 
Aviation Technology 
Allen H. Deverman 

Lincoln — Electronics Technology 
Roy A. Dinkelman 

Nashville — Automo tive 
Technology 



David Lee Eicken 

Golden — Electronics Technology 

William Alan Escoubas 

Armington — Forest Products 
Technology 

Denne D. Evans 

Mulberry Grove — Tool and 
Manufacturing Technology 

Charles P. Fedorow 

Chicago — Aviation Technology 

Richard N. Felt 

Villa Park — Automotive 
Technology 

Michael Steven Fischer 

Decatur — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 

Charles K. Gaige 

Greenfield — Automotive 
Technology 

Billie D. Garrett 

Dawson — A u to mo tive 
Technology 

Keith Gibbons 

Chicago — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 

Richard Ivan Gibson 

Richview — Architectural 
Technology 

John E. Greer 

Seaton — Automotive Technology 

David George Greving 

Quincy — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 

Charles M. Gross 

Northbrook — A u to motive 
Technology 

Robin Lee Haerr 

Olney — Automotive Technology 

James Harvey Hall 

Wilmington — A u to motive 
Technology 

Paul A. Harre 

Carbondale — Electronics 
Technology 

Richard Lee Henderson 
Mounds — Electronics 
Technology 

James Lon Hill 

Benton — Automotive Technology 

James Alan Hodge 

Kewanee — Automotive 
Technology 



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David Martin Hope 

Taylorville — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
John Craig Hopp 

Carpentersville — Automotive 
Technology 
Charles C. Hottinger 

Palatine — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Joseph Albert Hough 

Sandwich — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Paul R. Hummelsheim 

Quincy — Printing Technology 
Albert L. James 

Carterville — Electronics 
Technology 



Scott A. Jele 

Des Plaines — Electronics 
Technology 

Keith L. Johanson 

Skokie — Printing Technology 
Louia Franklin Jones 
Chicago — Automotive 
Technology 
Darwin Scott Joseph 

Riverdale — Aviation Technology 
Brian E. Kazich 

Lemont — Automotive 
Technology 
Michael E. Kelker 

Fort Wayne, Indiana — Aviation 
Technology 



Louis B. Kinney 

Fairfield — Automotive 
Technology 
Manfred J. Klammt 

Chicago — Electronics Technology 
Dennis M. Klancir * * 

Brookfield — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Ross Douglas Koberlein 

Hoopeston — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Robert Stephen Kopecky 
Addison — Automotive 
Technology 



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Evening Session 

7:30 p.m. 



Candidates for the Degree 
Doctor of Philosophy 

GRADUATE SCHOOL 

William E. Simeone, Dean 

Ronald G. Hansen, Marshal 

Juh Wah Chen, Asst. Marshal 



Yin-Po Lee, B.A. 

National Taiwan University, 1955 
Economics 

A Statistical Test on the Validity of the Official 
Indexes of Industrial Production in Communist 
China, 1949-1958 

Paul Frederick Lilienkamp, B.S., M.A. 

Rose Polytechnic Institute (Indiana), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Philosophy 

Liberation in Recent Marxist Theory 
Charles Byram Muchmore 
Chemistry 

A Mechanistic Study of Oxygen Transfer in 
Aqueous Systems 
John Marvin Nelson, Jr., B.A., B.S., M.S. 

North Central Bible College (Minnesota), 1957 
Evangel College (Missouri), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Zoology 

External Morphology of Larvae in the Genus 
Polistes (Hymenoptera: Vespidae in the Ne- 
arctic Region) 
James K. Nighswander, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967, 1968 
Education 

A Validity Study of Self-Report and Physio- 
logical Measures of Test Anxiety 
Charles Ernest Ophardt, B.A. 

Concordia Teachers College (Illinois), 1966 
Chemistry 

Reactions of trans-Dichlorobis (Ethylenedia- 
mine) Cobalt (III) Chloride with Ammoniacal 
Methanol 
William David Powell, A.B. 

San Francisco State College (Calif.), 1959 
New Mexico Highlands University 
English 

The English Writings of Flann O'Brien 
James Larry Ranney, B.S., M.A. 
Eureka College (Illinois), 1962 
Bradley University (Illinois), 1965 
Education 

Dogmatism, Values, and Self-Concepts of Col- 
lege Freshmen with Either Public or Parochial 
Schooling 
Howard Mervin Rieger, B.A., M.P.A. 

Roosevelt University (Illinois), 1964, 1966 
Government 

Redeveloping Chicago's Lincoln Park Area 
Franklin Edward Robinson, B.A., M.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1962, 1965 
Philosophy 

Jouvenel on the Common Good 



James Victor Sandrin, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1960, 1964 
Education 

An Analysis of Remedial English Programs at 
Selected Junior Colleges in Southern Illinois 
David Lynn Selby, B.S., M.S. 

West Virginia University, 1963, 1964 
Speech. 

A History of the American Place Theatre 1963- 
1968 
Hershel Wayne Statham, B.A., M.A. 
University of Cincinnati (Ohio), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Psychology 

A Study of the Relationships Among Text 
Anxiety, Instructions, and Conflict 
Donald Ken Steinmetz, B.A., M.Ed. 

University of Evansville (Indiana), 1958 
University of Illinois, 1959 
Education 

The Use of Modeling and Reinforcement to In- 
crease Task Orientation with State Hospital 
Patients 
Jack Tilden Stokes, B.A., A.M. 

Indiana State Teachers College, 1950 
University of Illinois, 1952 
Speech 

Three Plays about Victims: A Collection of 
Three Full-Length Plays with a Commentary on 
Victims 
Wayne J. Stumph, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 

Washington University (Missouri), 1953 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Education 

A Comparative Study of Statewide Operating 
Budget Formulas Administered by Statewide 
Coordinating Agencies for Higher Education in 
Selected Schools 
Richard H. Sutton, B.S., M.A. 
University of Missouri, 1957, 1961 
Education 

A Study of Remedial Mathematics Programs at 
Selected Junior Colleges in Southern Illinois 
James Edward Towns, B.A., M.A. 

Hardin-Simmons University (Texas), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Speech 

The Rhetoric and Leadership of W. A. Criswell 
as President of the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion: A Descriptive Analysis Through Perspec- 
tive and Public Address 



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Abdul Amir Wahaib, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 1957 
Southern Illinois University. 1962 
Education 

Education and Status of Women in the Middle 
East with Special Reference to Egypt, Tunisia 
and Iraq 



Robert Otis Williams, B.A., B.D. 

Johnson Bible College (Tennessee) , 1945 
Phillips University (Oklahoma), 1949 
Education 

A Study of the Effects of Socioeconomic Status, 
Musical Aptitude and Instruction upon Attitudes 
Held Toward Various Types of Music 



IN ABSENTIA 



Frank S. Lucash, B.S., M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1959, 1966 
Philosophy 

Gustav Bergmann's Method and Ontology 

David Lowell Maxwell, B.S., M.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963, 1965 
Speech Pathology and Audiology 

The Effect of Response-Contingent Stimulation 
of Expectancy on Expected Stuttering and Sub- 
sequent Stuttering Behavior 
Scot A. Morris, B.A., M.A. 

DePauw University (Indiana), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Psychology 

A Comparison of the Classical and Gradient 
Methods of Extinguishing a Conditioned Fear 
Response 
Joseph B. Mountjoy, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1963 
Anthropology 

Prehispanic Culture History and Cultural Con- 
tact on the Southern Coast of Nayarit, Mexico 
Ronald A. Palmer, B.Ed. 

Chicago Teachers College (Illinois), 1965 
Education 

The Evolution of District Administration in the 
Chicago Public School System 
Forrest Neil Rhoads, B.A., M.A. 

David Lipscomb College (Tennessee), 1951 
Central Michigan University, 1962 
Speech 

A Study of the Sources of Marshall Keeble's 
Effectiveness as a Preacher 



Charles Woodruff Starkweather, B.A. 
Hamilton College (New York), 1961 
Speech Pathology and Audiology 

The Simple, Main and Interactive Effects of 
Contingent and Noncontingent Shock of High 
and Low Intensities on Stuttering Repetitions 
Joseph G. Stearns, A.B., M.S. 

Morehead State College (Kentucky), 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Speech 

An Analysis of Selected Speeches and Relevant 
Newspaper Coverage of the Political Campaign 
Communication of Paul Eggers, Texas Repub- 
lican Gubernatorial Candidate, 1968 
Jerry A. Summers, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961, 1964 
Education 

The Relationship of Organization Climate and 
Selected Personal Variables with Verbal Inter- 
action Behavior of Elementary School Teachers 
Glenn Michael Thatcher, B.S. 
Florida State University, 1960 
Education 

The Analysis of the Effect of Video Tape Re- 
cordings for Substitute Teaching 
Philip C. Weigand, B.A. 
Indiana University, 1962 
Anthropology 

Co-operative Labor Groups in Subsistence Activ- 
ities among the Huichol Indians of the Gov- 
ernancia of San Sebastian Teponahuastlan, 
Municipio of Mezquitic, Jalisco, Mexico 
Tommy Mo-Iu Yau, B.A., M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965, 1966 
Microbiology 

The General Molecular Biology of Monkeypox 
Virus 



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Candidate for the Certificate of Specialist 



IN ABSENTIA 

Martha Richardson O'Malley, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 
Arkansas State College, 1943 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Elementary Education 



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Candidates for the Master's Degree 



MASTER OF ARTS 



Martin Wu-Chi Lu, B.A. 

National Taiwan University, 
1966 — Philosophy 
Myra Harris Masters, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Government 
Sulaiman M. Mazyed, B.A. 
University of Riyadh (Saudi 
Arabia), 1965 — Government 
Charles Richard McKenzie, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Physics 
Barbara Livingston Nourie, B.A. 
Columbia College (South 
Carolina), 1968— English 
Alejandro Oscos, B.S. 

University of Mexico, 1966 
Psychology 
Eui Song Park, B.A. 

Seoul National University 
(Korea), 1964 — Government 



Christine Marie Pijacek, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1968 
English 
Joan Marguerite Rapkin, B.A. 
Houghton College (New York), 
1968 — English 
Janice Gertrude Rienerth, B.S., 
B.A., Ohio University, 1965, 1966 
Sociology 
Esmail Roshanmanesh, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Government 
Linda Diane Schlafer, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— English 
Kathy Miller Siebel, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— English 
Roald Thorsten Smith, B.A. 
St. Olaf College (Minnesota), 
1963— German 
Maurine G. Springer, B.S. 
University of Kansas, 1940 
Physiology 



Nancy E. Stark, B.A. 

Mary Washington College 
(Virginia), 1966 — French 
Gerald Norman Stott, B.S. 
Brigham Young University 
(Utah), 1967— Sociology 
Irene Mary Swiatek, B.A. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1969 — Spanish 
William Richard Swinford, B.A. 
Florida State University, 1968 
English 
H. K. Mwangi Wacirah, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Government 
Edward Michael Walsh 
St. John's University 
(Minnesota) — English 
Ruth Clarice Wolson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— English 



Timothy Fred Merriman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Botany 
Barbara Ann Randolph 

South Dakota State University 
English 
Richard Wright Rasche, B.A. 
University of Illinois, 1965 
Psychology 

Michael S. Riviere, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Helen M. Robinette, B.A. 

Marygrove College (Michigan). 
1963— Theater 



IN ABSENTIA 

Bernard H. Salzberg, B.S. 

Florida State University, 1964 
Behavior Modification 
Lawrence John Stoeckel, B.A. 
Seton Hall University (New 
Jersey), 1967— English 

Jon David Stratton, B.A. 
College of Great Falls 

(Montana), 1967 — Philosophy 
Jack Tanaka, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Behavior Modification 
Thomas S. Urban, B.A. 

Westminster College (Missouri), 
1967— Sociology 



Michael Norman Vogel 

Canisius College (New York) 
English 
Comer L. Ward, Jr., A.B. 
University of Georgia, 1968 
Anthropology 
Andrew Jay Wheeler, B.A. 
Reed College (Oregon) , 1966 
Behavior Modification 
Elisabeth Field Wheeler, B.A. 
Reed College (Oregon) , 1965 
Botany 
Hong Teng Wong, Bachelor's 
Nanyang University 
(Singapore), 1961 
Journalism 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Jack Thomas Link, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 
Leonard Rolfe Partyka, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 
Richard John Randel, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 



Howard Nelson Scaife, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 
Herbert S. Shear, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 



Michael J. Stuckens, B.S. 

Catholic University of Louvain 
(Belgium), 1968 — Business 
Administration 
Gordon C. H. Su, B.A. in Bus. 
Admin., National Taiwan 
University, 1965 — Business 
Administration 



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IN ABSENTIA 



Alvaro Ramirez C, Economist 
Universidad Del Valle 

(Colombia), 1967 — Business 
Administration 



Wayne F. Sramek, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 



Stuart Strieby, B.Bus. Admin. 
University of Notre Dame 
(Indiana), 1963 — Business 
Administration 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Wann-Hong Liu, B.A. 

Taiwan Provincial Chung Hsing 
University, 1962— Art 



William E. Richmond, Jr., B.A. 
Colorado College, 1965— Art 



Richard Lee Ulman 

Art Institute of Chicago 
(Illinois) — Art 



Bernard McDonald 

Art Institute of Chicago 
(Illinois), Art 



IN ABSENTIA 

William S. Ostrowsey, B.F.A. 
Hartford Art School 

(Connecticut), 1962— Art 



Andris Strazdins, B.F.A. 

University of Wisconsin, 1966 
Art 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



Kay Robertine Pace, B.A. 

Xavier University (Louisiana), 
1968— Music 



Morton Shurtz, B.M.E. 
Wichita State University 
(Kansas), 1966 — Music 



MASTER OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



Richard D. McCreary, Jr., B.S. 
Florida A & M University, 1966 
Music 



Lynda Sue Smith, B.M.E. 

University of Missouri at Kansas 
City, 1966— Music 



Edna Bagley Walker, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1953— Music 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



Chun-Lan Lee, B.S. in Ag. 
National Taiwan University, 
1965 — Agricultural Industries 

Marcia Min-ron Lee, B.S. in Ag., 
M.S. in Ag., National Taiwan 
University, 1966, 1968 
Agricultural Industries 
Keith Robert Leitner, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Economics 
Harriett J. Lindstrom, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1963 
Home Economics 
Chih-Jen Liu, B.S. 

Taiwan Provincial Chung-Hsing 
University, 1967 — Agricultural 
Industries 
John Fred Logsdon, B.S. 

California State Polytechnic 
College, 1963 — Agricultural 
Industries 

Kellie R. Lowe, Jr. 

Behavior Modification 

Mei-Ching Grace Lu, Bachelor's 
Shih Chien Home Economics 
College (Taiwan), 1965 
Home Economics 



Glenn Ray Marlow, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Forestry 
Charles Edward Marske, B.S. 
Central Missouri State College, 
1968— Sociology 
Paul John Maruska, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Zoology 
Kent W. Mason, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Stewart G. McHenry, B.A. 

University of Chicago (Illinois), 
1963— Geography 
Ronald Kent Miller, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Plant Industries 
Joseph I. Orford 

Catholic University (District 
of Columbia) — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Ralph Pasini, A.B. 

West Virginia University, 1968 
Rehabilitation Counseling 



Garrett E. Pierce, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 

1966 — Economics 

Melba White Pruitt, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 

1950 — Honie Economics 

Parviz Rabbani, B.S. 

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 
1963 — Animal Industries 

Hugo Rivera Bersano, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Plant Industries 
Donald L. Rouwenhorst, B.S. 
Iowa State College, 1960 
Plant Industries 
Stephen Melville Rowe, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Economics 
Johnnie Lee Schlenker, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Chemistry 

Charles S. Siegel, B.S. 

University of Minnesota, 1968 
Botany 
Nancy Jane Skiersch, B.A. 
University of Illinois, 1968 
Speech 



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Catherine Delia Smith, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Home Economics 
Richard Edward Smith, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Economics 
Theodore Anthony Stein, B.S. 
St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1960— Physiology 
Judith Marie Stelling, B.A. 
Rosary College (Illinois), 1965 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Allen Anthony Strieker 

Agriculture Industries 
Donald Ross Trowbridge, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Engineering 



Song-hua Tu, B.S. 

Taiwan Cheng Kung University, 
1961 — Engineering 

Ron J. Vukelich, B.A. 
St. Cloud State College 

(Minnesota), 1968 — Behavior 
Modification 

John Steven Washburn, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Frank S. Wilfinger, B.S. 

Indiana State University, 1965 
Rehabilitation Counseling 



Janet Marilyn Williams, A.B. 
William Jewel College 
(Missouri), 1967 
Mathematics 
John Robert Wills, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Animal Industries 
Joseph Yusuf Yayock 

Ahmadu Bello University 
(Nigeria) — Plant Industries 
Eden Siu Hung Yu 

New Asia College (Hong Kong) 
Economics 
George Aristedes Zervos, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1967 
Economics 



Robert J. Manthei 

Michigan State University 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
David Henry Meyers, B.S. 
University of Evansville 
(Indiana), 1964 — Business 
Stephen F. Mikita III, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Peter Rodney Moss 

Harper Adams Agricultural 
College (England) — Animal 
Industries 
John Willard Newbury, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Community 
Development 
Hudai Ozkan, Diploma 

Ankara University (Turkey), 
1964 — Agricultural Industries 



IN ABSENTIA 

Larry Junior Reber 

University of Tennessee, Martin 
Branch — Plant Industries 
Raymond Lowell Reed II, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Chemistry 
Luke Edward Rose, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1966 
Physiology 
Karl Matthew Schiller, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Applied Science 
Richard R. Setzekorn, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Mathematics 
Francis Leo Sharp 

Agricultural Industries 
Geary Michael Simmons, B.A., 
B.D., M.R.E., Maryknoll 
Seminary (Illinois), 1961, 
1965, 1966— Community 
Development 



Jerry L. Smith, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Animal Industries 
Richard Duane Snyder, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Economics 
Thomas O. Stanley 

Indiana University — Economics 
Judith Ann Sullivan 

Carson-Newman College 
(Tennessee) — Theater 
David Nichols Tenney, B.A. 
University of Wisconsin, 1966 
Community Development 
Kathleen Eitzen Viergever 

Home Economics 
Ralph Walter Wilkerson, B.S. 
University of North Carolina, 
1968 — Mathematics 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Vickie Marilyn Pinazzi Lewis, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 

University, 1964 — Secretarial 
and Business Education 
Edward James Mach, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
James E. Marshall, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Health Education 
Charles DelCommune McCann, 
B.S., Southern Illinois 

University, 1969 — Recreation 
and Outdoor Education 
Mary Jeanne McKenzie, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Instructional Materials 
Paula Jean Mehl, B.S. in Ed. 
Illinois State University, 1969 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 



Constance Woodward Miller, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Instructional Materials 
Patrick F. Mooney, A.B. 

St. Edward's University (Texas), 
1967 — Special Education 
Mary Ellen Mosby, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Robert Nagle, B.S. 

Columbia University (New 
York), 1962— Guidance 

and Educational Psychology 
Carolyn Faye Meeks O'Neal, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education 
Nannie Irene Owens, B.S. 
Kentucky State College, 1949 
Instructional Materials 



William Anthony Parker, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois 

University, 1965 — Special 
Education 
Yolonde B. Peterson, B.Mus. Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Richard L. Prange, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Phyllis L. Rehg, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 

1967 — Special Education 

David LaVern Reynolds, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 

1965 — Technical and 

Industrial Education 



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Sharon Kaye Roberts, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Elementary Education 
Roger Orville Rumrey, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Larry N. Saxe, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Higher Education 
Fred L. Schulten, B.S. 

Xavier University (Ohio), 1957 
University of Kentucky, 1960 
Higher Education 
Jere T. Shaw, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
John Michael Siebel, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Paul L. Skalisius, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Secondary Education 
Mary Hartman Slankard, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1949 — Instructional Materials 
Sharon N. Sloan, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Early Childhood 
Education 



Charles Busby Smithson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Clare Stebbins, B.A. 
Chatham College 

(Pennsylvania), 1966 
Secondary Education 
Caryl Adams Sullins, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 
Gary Ivan Thomas, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Virginia Elizabeth Thompson, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1963 — Special 
Education 
Michael Allen Titsworth, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 
Darrell S. Vandermeulen, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 
Marie Antoinette Vincenti, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 

University, 1965 — Secretarial 
and Business Education 



Robert Vos, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Carol Vukelich, B.S. 
Bemidji State College 
(Minnesota), 1967 
Elementary Education 
Audrey Sandra Weeks, B.S. 

Westhampton College (Virginia), 
1961 — Physical Education for 
Women 
Deanna Mae Whyman, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Physical Education for 
Women 
Danny Lee Wiggs, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Susan Watt Wilson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Special Education 
John Samuel Wright, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Francis Chyan-An Yu, B.A. 
National Cheng Chi University 
(Taiwan), 1964 — Instructional 
Materials 
Joseph Francis Zelenski, Jr., A.B. 
St. Michael's College (Vermont), 
1968 — Higher Education 



Barbara Ann Litherland, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Physical Education for 
Women 
Judy Thome Lyon, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Sarbagva Bhakta Malla, B.A., 
B.Ed., M.A., Tribhuban 
University (Nepal), 1958, 
1961, 1967— Elementary 
Education 
Sister Agnes Mullally. B.S. 
Nazareth College (Michigan), 
1968 — Special Education 
Sister Ellen Mullally, B.S. 

Nazareth College (Michigan), 
1967 — Special Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Carolyn Ann Poole, B.A. 

Valparaiso University (Indiana), 
1953 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Jean Ellen Reynolds, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Howard Dale Rogers, B.S. 

North Texas State University, 
1967 — Higher Education 
Kenyon Brickler Roll, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Robert Dale Rose 

Mississippi State University 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Robert Michael Sazama, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Instructional Materials 



Donna Sperle Schauer 

North Dakota State University 
Higher Education 
Richard Harold Schneider, B.A. 
Monmouth College (New 
Jersey), 1965 — Special 
Education 
Sangha Ratna Shakya, B.Ed. 
Tribhuban University (Nepal), 
1961 — Elementary Education 
Finas Leroy Stiegman, B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State 

College, 1964 — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Mary Judith Tippy, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Instructional Materials 
Elizabeth Clara Trochelman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Elementary Education 



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Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Elmer J. Clark, Dean 

Malvin E. Moore Jr., Marshal 

Samuel W. Bliss, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Raymond G. Lambotte 

Chicago Heights — Mathematics 
Linda Jeanenne Lampley 

Thompsonville — English 
Deborah Joan Landy 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
JoAnna Lane 

Harrisburg — English 
Thomas Bruce Lane 

Lockport — Physical Education 
for Men 
Kathleen Merry Johnson Langdon 

North Aurora — Elementary 
Education 
Judith Rochelle Lauwasser 

Skokie — Early Childhood 
Education 
Margaret Mary Lawrence 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Phyllis Marie Jennings Lawrence 

Pleasant Hill — Physical 
Education for Women 
Ronald Gary Leavell 

Winchester — History 
Dorothy A. Ledsinger 

Metropolis — 'Elementary 
Education 
Sherry Dawn Lee 

Centralia — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Lee Lestina 

Berwyn — Elementary Education 
Bruce Allan Levin 

Northbrook — Physical Education 
for Men 
Roberta Ann Lewin 

Skokie — Elementary Education 
Barbara Jean Lewis 

Cairo — Special Education 

Trudy R. Lingle 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 

Bonnie Sue Lockard 

Havana — Elementary Education 
John Robert Lohr 

Andalusia — Biological Sciences 

Mary O. Longley 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 



James Stephen Loomis 
Centralia — Elementary 
Education 
Bryan Joseph Lorr 

Brookfield — Business Teacher 
Education 
Linda Kay Love 

Murphysboro — Elemen tary 
Education 
Susan Lovel 

Silvis — English 
Jean Leslie Loyd 

Walnut Hill — Special Education 
Carl Herbert Lueck 

Liverpool, New York — Business 
Teacher Education 
Susan Diane Lurtz 

O'Fallon— Early Childhood 
Education 
Janis Claire Lydic 

Flora — Business Teacher 
Education 
Paula Madden 

Downers Grove — History 
Abigail Maddox 

Harrisburg — Business Teacher 
Education 
James Joseph Maes 

Oak Park — Business Teacher 
Education 
John George Majerczyk 

Westchester — Business Teacher- 
Education 
James Chester Malone 

Torrance, California — Physical 
Education for Men 
Desley Jean Manger 

Warrenville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Jay A. Mann 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Men 
Diana June Maple 

Du Quoin — Business Teacher 
Education 
Judith Ann March 

Highland Park — Early 
Childhood Education 
Louis Carl Marello 

Joliet — Health Education 



Karen Anne Martin 

Bancroft, Ontario, Canada — 
Health Education 
Anne E. Carroll Mateer 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Billie Louise Mathis 

Herrin — Elementary Education 
David E. Matthews 
Fairfield — Elemen tary 
Education 
Virginia Ann May 

Kell — Elementary Education 
Dennis M. Mazur 

Chicago Heights — Biological 
Sciences 

Joy Anne McClellan 

Sesser — Elementary Education 

Barbara Ann McCluskie 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Nancy Kay McCollum 

Benton — Elementary Education 

Weldon Edward McCormick 

West Frankfort — Social Studies 

Stephen L. McEvers 

Jonesboro — Social Studies 

Gary Gene McGill 

McLeansboro — Biological 
Sciences 

William John McGinty * * 
Pekin — Social Studies 

Judith Ann McGraw 
Carbondale — German 

Nancy Lois McGuire 
Polo — German 

Dennis Royal McMillan 
Berwyn — Social Studies 

Carol Lee Thompson McPeake 
Aurora — Elementary Education 

Barbara E. McVay 

Northbrook — Elementary 
Education 

Carolyn Virginia Meadows 
Metropolis — Elemen tary 
Education 

Danella Meanovich 

West Frankfort — Elementary 
Education 



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Marleen Eleanor Meinhardt 
St. Louis, Missouri — Physical 
Education for Women 
Sharon Lynn Mellenthin 
Rockford — Elementary 
Education 
Sandra J. Mentzer * 

Assumption — Elementary 
Education 
V. Greg. Meyer 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Men 
Jan Alvin Middleton 
Nashville — History 
Candis Sue Miller 

Fancy Prairie — Elementary 
Education 
John Alexander Miller 
Champaign — English 
Karin Diane Miller 

McLeansboro — Elementary 
Education 

Lynda L. Miller 

Aurora — Early Childhood 
Education 
Marcia Christine Miller 

Carbondale — Early Childhood 
Education 

Penny Lynn Miller 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Maryrose Minnito 

Joliet — Business Teacher 
Education 
Teddy Carl Mitchell 

Benton — Business Teacher 
Education 
William Peter Moeglin 

Chicago — English 
Cheri Jean Moloznik 
Marengo — Elementary 
Education 

John Newton Montgomery 

Johnston City — Social Studies 
Hazel A. Montroy 

Ellis Grove — Elementary 
Education 
Doris Jean Moore 

Fairfield — Business Teacher 
Education 
Kay Lynn Moore 

Morrisonville — Business 
Teacher Education 

Oscar William Moore, Jr. 
Memphis, Tennessee — 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Barbara L. More 

Chicago — Special Education 
Barbara Ann Morgan 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Richard Lynn Morris 

Decatur — Special Education 

Thomas Joseph Morrison 
Streator — History 

Ruth Makrinski Mudge 
Bellwood — English 



Emma Lou Mueller 

Okawville — Elementary 
Education 
Tara Beth Zickuhr Mufich 
Belvidere — Business Teacher 
Education 
James William Mulvaney 

Centralia — Physical Education 
for Men 
Alan Phillip Murdoch 

Bellwood — Physical Education 
for Men 
Shirley Angela Murphy 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Daryl L. Murvine 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Judith Ann Nagel 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Women 
Eleanor Jean Neally 

Metropolis — Elementary 
Education 
Connie L. Nelms 

Walnut Hill — Elementary 
Education 
Beverly Anne Nelson 

Barrington — Elementary 
Education 
Shirley June Nelson 

Pipestone, Minnesota — Special 
Education 
James Henry Neumann 

Pekin — History 
Ralph J. Newmann 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 

Nguyen Thi Xuan 

Cantho, Vietnam — Elementary 
Education 

Tran Phong-Nha 

Saigon, Vietnam — Sociology 

Beverly Dian Nicholson 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 

Carolyn Crouch Nicholson 
Columbia — English 

Kathy Rae Nobbe 
Waterloo— Early Childhood 
Education 

Carolyn Reed Noble 

Benton — Elementary Education 

Rebecca Lee Noel 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 

Zelma Jean Nopar 

Naperville — Elementary 
Education 

Alan H. North 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 

Patsy Lou Novara 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 

Marlene Jory Novick 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Teresa A. Obery 

Dunlap — Elementary Education 



Karen Esther Obrecht 

Cisne — Physical Education for 
Women 
Roy Gene O'Brien 
Xenia — History 
Peggy Lee O'Daniell 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Ronald Lee O'Daniell 

Woodlawn — Physical Education 
for Men 
Barbara Ann Ohlendorf 

Dwight — Elementary Education 
Betsy Olofson 

Bloomington — Early Childhood 
Education 
Nanci Lynne Ooton 

Houston, Texas — Special 
Education 
Melanie Anne Orishak 
Northbrook — Elementary 
Education 
Barry Eugene O'Sullivan 
East St. Louis — Physical 
Education for Men 
Cynthia Ann Owens 

Rantoul — Early Childhood 
Education 
Melanie Panayotovich 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Women 
John Stephen Paque 

Elk Grove — Geography 
Mona Lynette Parini 

Herrin — Special Education 
Tony Parola 

Taylor Springs — Physical 
Education for Men 
Myra Joanne Parrish 
Eldorado — Elementary 
Education 
Catherine Anne Patryk 

Mt. Ephraim. New Jersey — 
Business Teacher Education 
Dinah K. Patton 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Merle Preston Peachee 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Lillian Pearcy 

Benton — Business Teacher 
Education 
Linda Louise Pearson 
St. Anne — Elementary 
Education 

Charles A. Pemberton 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Mary Ellen Pendergast 

Park Ridge — Physical Education 
for Women 
Stephen Dale Penninger 

Pekin — Physical Education for 
Men 
Joan Agin Perlman * 

Fairfield — Special Education 
Elizabeth Dianne Perrine 

Flora — Physical Education for 
Women 



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Timothy Lee Peter 

Savoy — English 
James J. Petruzzi 

Maywood — Physical Education 
for Men 
Leslie Vaughn Phelps 

Eldorado — English 
Lillian L. Phillips 

Salem — Elementary Education 

Mary Ann Pierceall 

Centralia — Special Education 
William L. Pinkston 

Herrin — Special Education 
Benny Eugene Piper 

Mt. Vernon — 
Nancy Pirtle 

Hillsboro — Special Education 
Donald Joseph Plucinski 

Gloucester, New Jersey — 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Conni Lynn Pocus 

Aurora — Special Education 
Vivian Ann Pollock 

West Frankfort — Special 
Education 
Laraine Lee Hancock Pontrello 

Villa Park — Spanish 
Debra Diane Poole 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Zelda Ruth Porter 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Glendal William Poshard 

Marion — Physical Education for 
Men 
Benieta Powell 

Cobden — Elementary Education 
Harry Dewaine Prater 

Buncombe — Social Studies 
Ronald Kent Presswood 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Rebecca Anne Priestley 

Sparta — Elementary Education 
Ronald L. Probst 

Teutopolis — Mathematics 
John Joseph Profilet * * * 

Cairo — Mathematics 
Joan Eleece Pryka 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Women 
Robert D. Putman 

Streator — Physical Education for 
Men 
Frank Luke Putz, Jr. 

East St. Louis — Biological 
Sciences 
Karen Jean Quast 

Lake Bluff — Special Education 
John Burke Quinn 

Morton Grove — History 
Gordon Cann Rains 

Maywood — Physical Education 
for Men 
Janet Jean Rainwater 

Highland Park — Elementary 
Education 



David Lee Ramsey 

Marion — Social Studies 
Donna J. Raske 

Wonder Lake — English 
Timothy Joel Rawley 

Joliet — Physical Education for 
Men 
Julie Reasor 

Charleston — Early Childhood 
Education 
Max Frederick Reed 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Lillian Kay Stocke Reeder 
Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Carol Ann Rehberg 

Joliet — Elementary Education 

Michael Rehberg 

Joliet — Physical Education for 
Men 
Jeanne Lynn Reidel 
Lockport — Elementary 
Education 
Lora Ruge Reisdorf 

Homewood — Early Childhood 
Education 
Audrey Faye Reynolds 
Wayne City — Elementary 
Education 
Helen A. Reynolds 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Gerrie Louise Rezek 

Berwyn — Elementary Education 
Michael Glenn Richards 

Carbondale — Special Education 

Lucille F. Richardson 

Westchester — Business Teacher 
Education 

James LaMont Riffer, Jr. 

Springfield — Physical Education 
for Men 
Cynthia Kay Ringo 

Joliet — Elementary Education 
Leslie C. Robbins 

Mt. Vernon — History 
Rodney Alan Roberts 

Murphysboro — Mathematics 

Stephen Dean Robertson 
Belle Rive — Elementary 
Education 
Ronna Sue Robins 

Highland Park — Elementary 
Education 
Hugh Stuart Robinson, Jr. 

St. Charles — Physical Education 
for Men 
Linda Sue Robinson 

Herod — Elementary Education 
Elvera W. Robison 

Brownstown — Elementary 
Education 
Lydia Kay Robison 
Berwyn — English 
Carol Lynn Roderick 

Mt. Vernon — Early Childhood 
Education 



Charles John Roedl 

Teutopolis — Business Teacher 
Education 
Terry Lane Rohlfmg 

Sparta — Business Teacher 
Education 
Terry Joseph Rohr 

Carbondale — Health Education 

Marcia Eulien Romain 

Chicago — Early Childhood 
Education 
Margaret Kay Roney 

Sullivan — Early Childhood 
Education 
Sandra Bladin Roos 

Palos Heights — Business 
Teacher Education 
Marlene M. Rosenberg 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Albert J. Ross 

Harvey — Chemistry 

Nancy Ann Ross 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Robert W. Rowekamp 
Irvington — Elementary 
Education 
Anthony Royce Rubiano 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Michael William Rude 
Christopher — Physical 
Education for Men 

Wayne Joel Rudolph 

Norridge — Physical Education 
for Men 
Josie Lee Rushing 

Marion — Elementary Education 

Jack L. Russell 

Carrier Mills — Mathematics 

Janice Louise Russom 
Oaklawn — English 

Rachel Lynn Jarrett Sabina 

Byron — Elementary Education 

Rosalee K. Sadler 

Benton — Elementary Education 

Robin Ellen Samuelsohn 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Evelyn Jean Sanders 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Jon L. Sandusky 

Benton — Physical Education for 
Men 
Vincent Paul Sarafin 

Carbondale — History 
Larry Thomas Sargent 

Decatur — Social Studies 
Earl E. Sato 

Hilo, Hawaii — Mathematics 
Carolyn Sue Sauer 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Jane Buddemeyer Sauerwein 

Brimfield — Elementary 
Education 
Julia K. Scheffler 

Peoria — Elementary Education 



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John Scheier 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Men 
Susan Gail Schiamberg 

Arlington Heights — Elementary 
Education 
Louis Fred Schick 

Lombard — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Helen F. Schiff 

Ridgway — Special Education 

Carole Ann Schlemmer 
Columbia — Elementary 
Education 
Beverly Ruth Schrader 
Jacob — Business Teacher 
Education 
Glenn Karl Schroeder 

Westchester — Physics 
Susan Joan Schubert 

Galena — English 
Catherine Jane Schultz 
Princeton — Elemen tary 
Education 
Janice Lorae Schwartz 
Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Nancy Mae Seism 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 

John Richard Scott 

Carterville — Physical Education 
for Men 

Virginia Lee Scott 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 

Glynn Stephanie Self 
Redlands, California — 
Elementary Education 

R. Richard Seloover 

Sterling — Physical Education for 
Men 

Frank Michael Senka 
Chicago — Social Studies 

Mary Kathleen Sexton 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Brenda Ward Shadron 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 

Carol Ann Sharon 

Dolton — Elementary Education 

Robert Miles Shaw 

Lewistown — Business Teacher 
Education 

Norma Christine Shear 
Carbondale — English 

Jerry D. Shelton 

Centralia — Social Studies 

Linda Rae Shelton ** 
Rock Island — Physical 
Education for Women 

Deborah Ruth Sherwood 

Galesburg — Physical Education 
for Women 

Daniel M. Shields 

Pottsville, Pennsylvania — 
Physical Education for Men 



Judith Ellen Shiffer 

Tulsa, Oklahoma — Elementary 
Education 
James Lee Shillinger 

Marion — Physical Education for 
Men 
Linda Lee Shuey * 

Springfield — Spanish 
Marilyn Anne Shulman 

Braintree, Massachusetts — 
Special Education 
Carole Janis Siegel 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Gary Lee Silkaitis * 

St. Charles — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Gary Wayne Simpson 

Benton — Social Studies 
Judith Susanne Simpson 
Macomb — Elementary 
Education 
Diane Marie Skamfer 
Barrington — Elementary 
Education 
Brenda Sue Skidmore 

Mt. Vernon — Business Teacher 
Education 
Mary Virginia Slack 

Joliet — Special Education 
Gary Lee Sloan 

Xenia — Physical Education for 
Men 
Carol Jean Slocum * 

Carbondale — Mathematics 

Susan Kathleen Slowey 

Park Forest — Special Education 
Charles A. Smith 

McLeansboro — Elementary 
Education 
Cheryl Beth Smith 

Grayslake — Physical Education 
for Women 
Faye E. Smith 

Chicago — History 
Judy Ann Smith 

Goreville — Early Childhood 
Education 
Raoul Harrison Smith 

Chicago — History 
Sally Louise Sneed 

Herrin — Elementary Education 
Gene A. Snider 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Linda A. Snider 

Midlothian — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Lee Snodgrass 
Kirkwood, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
Barbara Jo Solomon 

Mesa, Arizona — Elementary 
Education 
Anthony Spataro 

La Grange — Physical Education 
for Men 
David Leslie Spence * 

Carmi — Elementary Education 



Carroll G. Spiller 

Carterville — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Dora Mae Spinney 

Carbondale — History 
Linda Sue Spresser 

St. Louis, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 
Janet Louise Staake 

Meredosia — Elementary 
Education 
Cynthia Lou Stalets 

Pana — Elementary Education 
Merril V. Stamps 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Lynda Von Kriegsfield Stare 

Carbondale — English 
Anita R. Stearns * * 

Park Forest — English 
Carol Ann Stearns 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Women 
Carey Martin Stein 

Highland Park — Social Studies 
Charles Stanley Steiner, Jr. 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 

Thomas Frank Stengren 

Addison — Physical Education 
for Men 
F. Kaye Stephens 

Homewood — Elementary 
Education 
Margie Stilley 

Rockford — Business Teacher 
Education 

Katherine Valburg Stine 

Jersey ville — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Paula Royal Stokes 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Deborah M. Stonich 

Joliet — Special Education 

David Kent Storey 
Enfield — Government 

Doria Jean Stout 

Bridgeview — Elementary 
Education 
David R. Stover 

Centralia — 
Glenna J. Strole 

Newton— Busin ess Teacher 
Education 
Dolores Ann Suchman 

Chester — Elementary Education 

Mary F. Sullivan 

Dunlap — Early Childhood 
Education 
Doris J. Sundrup 

Carlyle — Special Education 

Michael G. Sutherland 

Mt. Zion — Physical Education 
for Men 
Linda Lou Svoboda 

LaGrange Park — Physical 
Education for Women 
Dee Ann Swalls 

Zeigler — Elementary Education 



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Charlotte G. Swanson 

Effingham — Span ish 
Gary Michael Sweat 

Harrisburg — Special Education 
Marcia Ann Swider 

Skokie — History 

Wath Symoun 

Sayaboury, Laos — Elementary 
Education 
Diana R. Taylor 

Elmwood Park — Elementary 
Education 
Loren Taylor 

Creal Springs — Elementary 
Education 
Janice Caryn Tencza 

Tinley Park — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Norma Alene Tennyson 
Belle Rive — Elementary 
Education 
David Scott Tesnow 

Evanston — Physical Education 
for Men 
Terry Alan Tessary 
Granite City — Physical 
Education for Men 
Philip E. Tetley 

Fairbury — Mathematics 

Sandra Sue Thies 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Deborah Land Thomas 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Carmen Theresa Wright Thompson 

Karnak — English 
Linda Kay Thompson 
Ursa — Business Teacher 
Education 
Linda Ackerman Thorp 

Clinton — Elementary Education 
Jo Helen Kent Timmerman 

Kirkwood, Missouri — Biological 
Sciences 
Toby Davis Tofson 

Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin — 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Pamela Kay Rich Toliver 
Robinson — Business Teacher 
Education 
Carol Christine Traa 

Somer's Point, New Jersey — 
Physical Education for Women 
Alfred P. Tretter, Jr. 

Allentown, Pennsylvania — 
Physical Education for Men 

Lynn Joyce Tripoli 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Diana Lynn Tuel 

Oblong — Early Childhood 
Education 

William A. Tuggle 
Danville — History 

Steven Turf 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 



Pamela J. Turnbaugh 
Wheeling — Elementary 
Education 
Thomas Norman Tuscher 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Nancy Diane Uhll 

Chicago Heights — Business 
Teacher Education 

Francesca Anne Vallo 
Villa Park — History 

Carol Ann Van Hazebroeck 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Gerald Lee Varner 

Bement — Physical Education for 
Men 
Sandra Lea Vasy 

Mt. Prospect — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Joyce Lynn Veseling 

Springfield — Mathematics 

Patricia Ann Vinsavage 

Herrin — History 
Mamie Loretta Waddy 

Villa Ridge — Special Education 

Sue Ellen Waite * * 

Mt. Vernon — Special Education 

Elaine Sue Walker 

St. Elmo — Elementary 
Education 
David Lyle Ward 

Marion — Physical Education for 
Men 
Rosemary Brandis Warrington ** 
Kincaid — Business Teacher 
Education 
Kay Miller Waters 

Dawson — Physical Education 
for Women 
Jimmy Lynn Watkins 

Anna — Business Teacher 
Education 
Alvie Watt 

Peoria — English 
Eugene Waugh 

Dahlgren — Elementary 
Education 
Aneita Rae Weaver 
Foosland — Elementary 
Education 
Peggye Elaine Weaver 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Paul Allen Weier 

Peoria — Health Education 
Ronald Weisgerber 

Mt. Carmel — Physical Education 
for Men 

Lydia Lebovic Weiss 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Gene Hilary Welborn 

Pittsburg — Social Studies 
Nancy L. Welch 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Sue A. Wendt 

Elgin — English 
Paul Shepard Weston 

San Leandro, California — 
Physical Education for Men 



Joyce Louise Whitcomb 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Larry R. White 

Mt. Vernon — Special Education 

Peggy Carter White 

Eldorado — Language Arts 

Linda Gay Whiteside 

Eldorado — Business Teacher 
Education 
Harvey Charles Wilder 
Rockford — Elementary 
Education 
Carol Jo Williams 

Marion — History 
Janice Carolyn Willis 
Jonesboro — Elementary 
Education 
William Joseph Wilson 

Carrollton — Special Education 

Mary Lynn Shepard Wiman * 
Mt. Vernon — Business Teacher 
Education 
Eric Carl Wisette 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Men 
Linda Wolf 

Chicago — Early Childhood 
Education 
Kathleen Jane Wolfe 
Lebanon — English 
Marilyn Sue Bierer Wolfe 
Anna — Business Teacher 
Education 

William Larry Wood 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 

Melva J. Wright 

Elgin — Physical Education for 
Women 
Donna Lee Yarbrough 

Fayville, Massachusetts — 
Elementary Education 

Madalyn Yezdauski 

Springfield — Elementary 
Education 
William Morris Yonker 

Richmond Heights, Missouri — 
Art 
Ruth Marie Young * 

Odin — Elementary Education 

James Dennis Yrigoyen 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Lauren Claire Yunck 

Olney — Elementary Education 

Nivia D. Zarlenga 

Chicago — Early Childhood 
Education 

Susan Catherine Zei 
Greenup — Elementary 
Education 

Susan Louise Zibby 

Centralia — Physical Education 
for Women 

Linda Sue Zoller 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 



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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Roger E. Beyler, Dean 

Elbert Hadley, Marshal 

Douglas Carter, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



James Arthur LaCharite 
Assumption — Economics 

Sherry Lucille Lamp 

Columbus, Ohio — Government 

Hella Louise Lange 

Carbondale — Psychology 

John Louis Larsen 

Palatine — Government 
Ronald Charles Laub 

Waterloo — Govern ment 
Archie Lawrence 

East St. Louis — Government 
Daniel Dean Lecocq 

Washington — Chemistry 
Victor Cho-Yau Lee * 

Hong Kong — Mathematics 
Thomas Edward Leidenheimer 

Toms River, New Jersey — 
Zoology 

Roger Eugene Leisner 
Carbondale — History 

Kenneth Owen Lemasters 

Anna — Zo o logy 
Jack Allen Lenburg 

Chicago Heights — History 
Gregory Glenn Lence 

Anna — Psychology 
Sherry Spytek Leonchik 

Dowell — Sociology 
Janet Whiting LeVee 

Anna — Psychology 
Paul David Levi 

Park Forest — Government 
Allan Mark Levin 

Chicago — History 
Charles Philip Lewis 

Paris — German 
John Joseph Lewis 

Carbondale — Philosophy 
Sha-ron Diane Lindsay 

Springfield — Psychology 
Reginald E. Lindsey 

Chicago — Sociology 
John C. Lingle 

Alto Pass — Government 
Remigi Majangara Linjewile 

Ifakara, Tanzania — Sociology 
Dennis Ray Loftin 

Fairfield — Physics 
Carolyn Logue Lorton 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Richard Arlen Loslo 

Rantoul — Psychology 
George Lubovich, Jr. 

Chicago — Psychology 



Jean Frances Lubovich 

Crystal Lake — Sociology 
Robert Vincent Luchtefeld 

Effingham — Geography 
Joseph Lee Luckett 

Carbondale — Economics 
James Magill Luckey 

Mattoon — Government 
Richard L. Luckey 

Herrin — Economics 
Thomas Patrick Luehring 

Elmhurst — Psychology 
John Francis Lukes 

Park Ridge — Chemistry 
Deborah Lynn MacFadden 

LaGrange — Physiology 
Phillip James Magee 

Joliet — Psychology 
Janet S. Maggio * * * 

Metropolis — English 

Don Vincent Maibes 

O'Fallon — Sociology 
Mark Mailer 

Skokie — Philosophy 
Judy Anne Malone 

Chicago — German 
Eileen Ann Maloney 

Park Forest — Spanish 

Richard Terry Maltby 
Anna — Government 

M. George Mandis 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
James Patrick Manning 

Deerfield — Zoology 
Sue Ellen Margrave 

Champaign — Microbiology 
Lawrence Michael Mariotti, Jr. 

Western Springs — Zoology 

Allan K. Markel 

Chicago — Government 

Gary Colman Marlow 
Tamaroa — Geography 

Edward Robert Mars 
Chicago — Sociology 

Frederick M. Marsh 

Chicago Ridge — Mathematics 

Gary E. Martin 

Carbondale — Zoology 

Anita Gwen Mathis 
Herrin — English 

John M. Matsko 

Springfield — Geology 
Louis Matuska, Jr. 

Chicago — Philosophy 



Antonio Mazzaferro 

Carbondale — English 
Jesse Patrick McCabe 

Memphis, Tennessee — 
Government 
Brian George McCann 

Chicago — Government 
Thomas Joseph McClellan 

Carbondale — Government 

Jeffrey Mansfield McCracken 

Elmhurst — History 
John Charles McCrosky 

Henry — Psychology 

Robert L. McMahon 

Joliet — Geography 
Trudy Mae Meister 

Marissa — Geography 
Merle Eugene Melton 

Carterville — Sociology 
Lawrence D. Menconi, Jr. 

Melrose Park — Sociology 
Paul Steven Merkle 

Addison — Govern ment 

Werner H. Mertz 

Carbondale — 
Arlene Mesnard 

Chicago — History 
Michael Charles Meyer 

Belleville — Microbiology 

Robert Allan Meyer 
Chicago — Psychology 

Carolyn Ann Mezo 

McLeansboro — Anthropology 

Charles S. Michalek 

Berwyn — Sociology 
Thomas William Migliore 

Freeport — Spanish 

Patrick David Milburn 
Hoopeston — History 

Glen J. Milesko 
Chicago — History 

Gary Woodrow Miller 
Mundelein — English 

Gerald Harvey Miller 
Lincolnwood — History 

Ronald Dean Mings * 

West Frankfort — Physiology 

Victoria Louise Minton 

West Palm Beach, Florida — 
Sociology 

George Zenon Miszkewycz 
Chicago — Government 

Richard Thomas Mitchell 
Johnston City — Government 



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Sharon Lee Mitchell 

Berwyn — History 
Sylvia M. Mitchell 

Carbondale — English 
John Henry Mix, Jr. 

Clarendon Hills — Government 
Craig Willard Monen 

Chillicothe — Governmen t 
Bobbie J. Moore 

Carbondale — Psychology 
George B. Moore 

Metropolis — Government 
Karen S. Moore 

Cullom — Sociology 
Suzette Loraine Moore 

Georgetown, Guyana — Biological 
Sciences 
Patricia Louise Morehead 

Peoria — Mathematics 
Brenda Elaine Morgan 

Chicago — Sociology 
Charles Albert Morgan 

Du Quoin — Sociology 
Rowena Jo Morris 

Shawnee Mission, Kansas — 
Government 
Stanley E. Morrison 

Odin — Physiology 
James Robert Moulder 

Lake Forest — History 

Chuen Yin Moy 

Chicago — Mathematics 

Deidre Roosevelt Moy 
Albion — Sociology 

Emil Noel Mudogo 

Bukoba, Tanzania — Sociology 

Kenneth James Mueller 
La Grange — English 

Michael Joyner Mugge 
Ca rbondale — Go vernment 

Margaret Janette Murdock 
Herrin — Sociology 

Edward J. Murphy 

Carbondale — Government 

Roy Daniel Murphy 

Harrisburg — Biological Sciences 

William George Murphy 
Carbondale — Mathematics 

William Stephen Murrie 
Anna — Zoology 

Raymond F. Muscari 
Chicago — Sociology 

Michael J. Mustari 

Oak Lawn — Physiology 

James Donald Nagel 
Oak Park — History 

Audrey Yvonne Nathaniel 
Chicago — His to ry 

Karen Sue Nelson 

Gaithersburg, Maryland — 
Psychology 

Stephen Thomas Nenonen 
Waukegan — Government 

Roberta Arnell Neumann 
Pekin — History 



Mark Ryan Newman 

Prospect Heights — Government 
Nguyen T. Hong Phan 

Saigon, Vietnam — Economics 
Jon T. Niblock 

Chester — Economics 
Sam Lawerence Nichols 

Kankakee — Government 
Nicholas Angelo Nickolopulos 

Chicago — History 

Nick Nicoletta 

Newark, New Jersey — Sociology 

David A. Niederkorn 

Rolling Meadows — Government 
Susan Virginia Nithman 

Belleville — Psychology 

Richard Alan Nopar 

Skokie — Psychology 
George T. Norkus 

Chicago — Economics 
Mary Frances Norton 

Galesburg — German 
James Edward O'Boyle 

Chicago — History 
John Jay O'Brien 

Carterville — Sociology 

Kathleen Ann O'Brien 
Carterville — Sociology 

Mary Carol O'Connor 

Palos Heights — Psychology 
John E. Odell 

Granite City — Sociology 
James Y. O'Hearn 

Anaheim, California — 
Psychology 
Geraldine Okamoto 

Cicero — English 
Marlyn Joyce Olsen 

Riverdale — Sociology 

William Joseph Olsick 

Evergreen Park — Sociology 
Jack Wallace Opdyke 

West Frankfort — Psychology 
Ted E. Orf 

Decatur — Government 
Timothy C. O'Shea 

Norridge — Government 
John Osman 

Edgewood — English 
Carla E. Oswald 

Mt. Prospect — French 
David Erwin Paap 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Dennis Pagni 

Buffalo Grove — Psychology 

Richard H. Papienski 

Harwood Heights — Mathematics 
Roy Edward Parks 

Centralia — Psychology 
Peter Frank Paron 

Chicago — Economics 
Charles William Parrish III 

Chicago — History 
Edward Adam Patronski, Jr. 

Rosemont — Psychology 
Ronald Richard Patten 

Chicago — Zoology 

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Lloyd Willis Patterson 

Carbondale — Health Science 



Jarrett M. 
Morton 



Paull 
Grove- 



-Government 



Robert David Pavy 

Carbondale — Government 

George Joseph Pearson 

Harrisburg — Sociology 
Phyllis Perigo 

Newton Falls, Ohio — History 
John Edward Perion 

Niles — Government 
James Michael. Perrie 

Chicago — English 
Diane Marie Pezze 

Kincaid — Sociology 
Pham The Hung 

Saigon, Vietnam — Government 
Robert A. Philip 

Villa Park — Psychology 
Karen Sue Phipps 

Pinckneyville — English 
Lemuel W. Phipps 

Chicago — Sociology 
Ronald Wayne Phipps 

Pinckneyville — Government 
James R. Pillars, Jr. 

Chicago — Psychology 
Sandra Pavloff Pinkston * 

Herrin — English 
John William Piper 

Glen Ellyn — Government 
Virginia Ann Piper 

Murphysboro — Psychology 

Martin Van Pitchford 

Springfield — Sociology 
Paul N. Piatt 

Chicago — Mathematics 
Donald Patrick Poe 

Pinckneyville — Chemistry 
Wayne Ralph Politsch 

Lenzburg — Psychology 
Richard Alan Polster 

Skokie — Sociology 
James Samuel Pona 

St. Louis, Missouri — 
Anthropology 
James Pui Sun Poon 

Taipo, Hong Kong — Chemistry 
Coleman Soloman Poses 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — 
Sociology 
Ellen Claire Potter * * * 

Carbondale — German 

Eleanor Powell 

Chicago — Philosophy 
Wayne Edward Pozniak 

Chicago — Sociology 
Ronald Charles Presson 

Collinsville — History 
Gayle Naomi Purnell 

Chicago — English 
Roland Wayne Purser 

Charlotte, North Carolina — 
Geography 
Katherine Anne Quintin 

O ' Fallon — His to ry 



Paul C. Rahn 

Chicago — Sociology 

Gordon Paul Ramsey 
South Holland — Physics 

Timothy Edward Ramski 
Chicago — Sociology 

Everett G. Rand 
Chicago — Sociology 

Gary Robert Randall 

Gurnee — Government 
David Michael Randerson : 

Rock Island — Government 
Lawrence Raymond Randies 

Kankakee — Government 
Scott Thomas Ratter III 

Clarendon Hills — Government 

Dean Arthur RebufToni 

Pekin — Govern ment 
Michael Harrington Redmond 

Shabbona — History 
John Leslie Reed 

Carbondale — Go vernment 
Shirley Anne Regner * 

River Grove — English 
Steven Craig Reichert 

Mt. Vernon — History 
Ishmael S. Reid 

Pine Bluff, Arkansas — 
Physiology 
Paul Martin Reitman 

Skokie — Sociology 
Charles Ronald Reynolds 

Harrisburg — Government 
Richard J. Rianoshek 

Chicago — Sociology 
Thomas J. Rickard 

Manito — Government 
Dennis Frank Ricke 

Elmhurst — History 
Ginger Kay Ridings 

Metamora — Sociology 
Edmund Joseph Rimshas 

Danville — Mathematics 
Thomas Allen Rishling 

Chicago — Government 
Robert Gordon Ritchie 

Morrison — Psychology 
Richard Edward Ritter 

Springfield — Psychology 
Scott Martin Ritter 

Downers Grove — Zoology 
John C. Robinson, Jr. 

Marion — History 
Harry Rochman 

Chicago — Geography 
Robert L. Rodabaugh 

Washington, Pennsylvania — 
Government 
Pamela Rodgers 

Chicago — Psychology 
Sharon Anne Rodocker 

Carrier Mills — History 
Rose Pearl Rodrigues 

Bridgeport, Connecticut — 
Sociology 
Faye Marguerite Roe 

East Moline — Russian 



Gerald Walter Rosenthal 

May wood — Mathematics 
Jan Lee Ross 

Freeport — Sociology 
Kevin S. Ross 

Elmhurst — English 
Ronald Ross 

Chicago — History 
Daniel Joseph Roth 

Alton — Sociology 

Alfred M. Ruben 

Chicago — Psychology 
Roberta Lynne Ruben 

Chicago — Government 
Arthur Danley Ruda 

Chicago — Special Major in 
Urban Studies 
Edward Clyde Russell III 

Herrin — Microbiology 
George Allen Saal 

Pekin — Government 
Joanne Safron 

Chicago — English 
Darrell R. Sage 

Galesburg — Government 
Douglas Jean Saltzman 

Chicago — Government 

Lary M. Saltzman 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Charles Roy Salvaggio 

Bellwood — English 
Carol Ann Sanders 

Chicago — Philosophy 
L. Dale Sanders 

Carte rville — Sociology 
William Louis Sanders 

Lansing, Michigan — Psychology 
Warren Joseph Santoro 

Norridge — Government 
Mario Sarabia 

Carbondale — Government 
Ronald C. Sassen 

Coulte rville — Psychology 
Dale F. Sawicke 

Calumet City — Sociology 
Jerome Schacter 

Highland Park — Government 
Judith Ann Schechter 

Park Forest — Sociology 

Lee Ann Scheuerman * 
St. Louis, Missouri — 
Government 
Barbara Lee Schneider 

St. Louis, Missouri — Sociology 
Sharon Marie Schoen 

Arlington Heights — Biological 
Sciences 

Lewis Clayton Schorie 

Joliet — History 
Edward John Schwager 

Edwardsville — Psychology 
Margaret Mary Schwaiger 

St. Louis, Missouri — German 
Norine Maris Schwartz 

Peoria — English 
Lester H. Schweiss, Jr. 

Carbondale — Microbiology 



R. Nathaniel Scott 
Chicago — History 

Maureen Mary Scurto 

Round Lake Park — English 
Mai Lon Seid 

Cairo — Mathematics 
Darrel Lee Seim 

Paxton — Government 
Craig John Seliger 

Palatine — Biological Sciences 
Virginia M. Selleck 

Mattoon — English 
Freddy Lawrence Shapiro 

Chicago — Psychology 
Paul S. Shapiro 

Skokie — Governmen t 
Lai-Chuen Shek 

Saigon, Vietnam — Mathematics 
Cole Shelton II 

Sesser — Government 
Denver Darrell Short 

St. Francisville — Geology 
Paul Stanley Shukis 

Anna — Geology 

Bernhard Anton Simanskis 
Hillside — History 

Alfred Nathaniel Simms 

Chicago — Govern ment 
Gordon R. Skinner 

Danville — Government 
Linda R. Skinner 

Danville — History 

Mary Elizabeth Slechticky 

Ava — Sociology 
Thomas William Sliva 

Olney — Geology 
Steven Barry Sloan 

Rockford — Government 
Gary Frank Sluga 

Franklin Park — Mathematics 
Johnette Lenore Smallwood 

Decatur — Spanish 
Eileen Louise Smiley 

Collinsville — English 
Larry Allen Smith 

McLeansboro — Zoology 
Michael Brent Smith 

Tamms — Psychology 
Stewart Edward Smith 

New Haven, Connecticut — 
Psychology 
William Carr Smith, Jr. 

Calumet City — English 
Timothy H. Snyder 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Karen Larue Sommers 

Moline — Government 
Robert Wayne Sowder 

Bowen — Sociology 
Joseph Anthony Spair 

Melrose Park — History 
Robert Allen Spinozzi 

Chicago Heights — History 
Anderson C. Springfield III 

Chicago — Mathematics 
John Michael Stachmus 

Chicago — Sociology 



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Howard Lee Stearns 

Marion — Zoology 
Sharyn Kay Steinhagen 

Freeport — Physiology 
Jeffrey Craig Stern 

Carbondale — Psychology 

John Randall Steward 

Quincy — Ph ilosophy 
Ronald Wilton Stone 

Geneva — Economics 
Dennis G. Stowell 

Rockford— Psychology 
Steven Louis Strang 

Pekin — Biological Sciences 
Maries Reichert Streitmatter * 

Freeburg — English 
Penny Ann Strell 

Spring Valley — History 
Gayla J. Stubblefield 

Sesser — English 
Jerome L. Stultz 

Danville — Psychology 
Mary Ann Stutzman 

Naperville — Government 

Brenda Kay Sutton 

Marion — Sociology 
Nancy Anne Swank 

Lombard — English 
Barbara Jean Swanson 

Galesburg — Sociology 
Stephanie L. Swanson 

Joliet — French 
Thayne Warron Swenson, Jr. 

Park Forest — Government 
James Joseph Synowiec 

Chicago — Sociology 
Brenda Albertina Szeja 

Chicago — English 
Janice Dee Talbott * * 

Carmi — Sociology 
Donald J. Talmant 

Sp ringfield — His to ry 
Fred Tamarri 

Highwood — History 
Katherine Morgan Tate 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Roger L. Taylor 

Ancho r — Che m is try 
Gerald Robert Therien 

Momence — Microbiology 
John D. Thomas 

Washington — Sociology 
Benjamin Wing-Kei To * 

Hong Kong — Sociology 
William M. Tomlin 

San Francisco, California — 
Zoology 

Mark Stephen Trackman 

Dee rfield — Psych o logy 
Arthur Raymond Tramp 

Carbondale — Geography 
Ronald John Tremback 

Willow Springs — Psychology 
James Martin Tripp 

Skokie — Psychology 
Billie Rufus Trotter 

Chicago — Mathematics 



Kelly Wallace Tucker * 
Carbondale — English 

Paul W. Tune 

Hurst — History 
Karen Louise Turner *** 

Mundelein — History 
Joseph S. Urban, Jr. 

Cicero — Mathematics 

David John Valente 

Chicago — History 
Phillip Kell Vance 

Salem — Biological Sciences 
Carl Bruce Vaughn 

Denver, Colorado — Mathematics 

Robert Allen Vedas 

Taylorville — Psychology 

Darrell Wayne Venus 
Goreville — Psychology 

Diana Lynn Vriner 

Champaign — Biological Sciences 

Michael E. Wachter 
Carterville — History 

Michael Wadiak 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Samuel Charles Wadsworth 
Carlinville — Microbiology 

Matthew John Wagner 

Franklin Park — Anthropology 

Peter F. Wagner 

Mundelein — English 
Peter Frederick Wagner 

North Arlington, New Jersey — 
Psychology 
Walter Clyde Waite 

East St. Louis — Philosophy 
Robert Warren Walker 

Murphysboro — Psychology 
Barbara Wynn Walter 

Anna — Government 

John Michael Walter 

Peoria — Sociology 
Felicia Dianne Washington 

Aliquippa, Pennsylvania — 
Sociology 
Richard Charles Waters 

Springfield — Biological Sciences 
Donald Varnado Watkins 

Montgomery, Alabama — 
Government 
Carolyn Sue Wayne 

Chrisman — English 
Joan Elaine Bass Weakly 

Oconee — Psychology 

Carolyn Lee Webb 

Carpentersville — Sociology 

David Alan Weber 

Maxwell A.F.B., Alabama — 
Geology 
Philip M. Weber 

Niles — English 
Ronald G. Webster 

Sparta — Zoology 
Ilene Kay Weil 

Evansville, Indiana — Sociology 
Richard A. Weil 

Mt. Vernon, New York — 
Philosophy 



Edward August George Weiland 

Decatur — Zoology 
Elizabeth Ann Weiler 

Red Bud — Psychology 
Margaret Jean Weiler 

Olney — French 
Nancy M. Weiler 

Olney — History 
Patrick Daniel Welch 

Chicago Ridge — Government 
Robert J. Wenc 

Chicago — Government 
Herbert Phillips Wendroff 

Trenton, New Jersey — Sociology 
A. Claude Wesley 

Chicago — History 
Wilbur Orr Whamond, Jr. 

Park Ridge — History 
Phillip Newton Wheat 

Benton — Zoology 
Robert Graham Wheeler, Jr. 

Mill Shoals — History 
Terrence L. White 

Glenview — Government 

Thomas Layman Whittenberg, Jr. 

Carbondale — Zoology 
Dennis Blakeney Whittle 

Springfield — Sociology 

Marsha Ann Widdows 
Carbondale — Sociology 

Lana Darlene Wildman 
Carbondale — Government 

June Overman Wiley 

San Francisco, California — 
English 

Janet Lynn Wilhelms 
Effingham — Psychology 

Dale C. Wilkinson 

Jacksonville — Economics 

Marilyn Ann Wilkinson 
Centralia — Sociology 

Stephen Adair Willhite 

Johnston City — Government 

George Charles Williams 

Johnston City — Mathematics 

George Nicholas Williams 
Rantoul — Government 

Joe E. Williams 

Dallas, Texas — Economics 

John Tyler Williams 
Carbondale — Sociology 

Linda Diane Williams 
Oconee — Sociology 

Phillip A. Lowell Williams 
Anna — Psychology 

Raymond Williams 
Summit — Economics 

Michael Glen Williamson 
Lincoln — Sociology 

Robert Arthur Williamson 
Toulon — Zoology 

Stephen Oneil Willoughby 
Arthur — Government 

Stephen Louis Willson 

Tinley Park — Mathematics 



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Donald John Wilsdon 
Dow — English 

Patsy Lee Wilson 

Coulterville — English 

Michael F. Wolf 

Brooklyn, New York — Theater- 
Peter Bing-Yiu Wong 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Microbiology 
Mark Edward Wood 

Fayetteville, New York — English 
Jeffrey L. Woodruff 

Salem — English 
Gregory John Woods 

Springfield — Sociology 



Charles G. Woodward 

Springfield — Government 
Peter C. Workman 

Paxton — Economics 
Sheldon Louis Wykell 

Chicago — History 
Linda Amelia Yam 

Hong Kong — Mathematics 
Oi Wah Heidi Young 

Kowloon, Hong Kong — Physics 
Thomas Jeffrey Young 

Peoria — Mathematics 
Barbara Ann Youther 

Carbondale — Sociology 



Linda M. Zakavec 

Wilmington — Zoology 
James Christopher Zakos 

Elmhurst — Sociology 
Fayzeh Dawud Zalatimo 

Storres, Connecticut — Physiology 
Bruce Jon Zebell 

Park Ridge — History 

Laurence G. Zeitler 

Bloomington — Psychology 
Robert Ely Zitzer 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin — 
Anthropology 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Dale Lee Lockwood 
Joliet — Zoology 

Ernest D. Martin 
Anna — Geography 

Jack R. Marzolf 

Carbondale — Zoology 



John Bernard Miller 
Oak Lawn — Geography 

Richard Brian Nagai 
Skokie — Geology 

Stuart Irving Neiman 
Chicago — Geology 

Frank Ronald Novak 
Belleville — Zoology 



Gordon K. Rhine 
Urbana — Zoology 

John Joseph Slechta, Jr. 
Brookfield — Geology 

Charles Jerome Witte 
Hinsdale — Zoology 



SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 

W. E. Keepper, Dean 
E. S. Wood, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Ronald Lee Laleman 

Geneseo — Agricultural Industries 
Darrell Eugene Latch 

Windsor — Forestry 

Gregory Dale Laun 

New Holland — Plant Industries 

Lynn Harold Leifheit 
Yorkville — Agricultural 
Industries 

Eugene Walter Lerch 
Carbondale — Forestry 

Carl Wayne Leslie 

Muncie, Indiana — Agricultural 
Education 

David LeRoy Lidwell 

Lewistown — Animal Industries 

Roger Alan Liehr 

Riverdale — Animal Industries 

William Conrad Lindemann 
East Carondelet — Plant 
Industries 

John Dennis Litvay 
Chicago — Forestry 

Keith Stuart MacLennan 

Downers Grove — Agricultural 
Industries 



Daniel Edward Majchrzak 
Chicago — Animal Industries 

Lee W. Marten 

Raymond — Agricultural 
Education 
Donald E. Martin II 

Jerseyville — Forestry 

Loyce Mauldin 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Industries 
Richard Alan McAllister 

Lebanon — Forestry 
Richard McClellan 

Vienna — Forestry 
Craig Warren McKinney 

Hazel Crest — Animal Industries 
Richard James McMullen 

Neoga — Plant Industries 
Jerry Ray McNeil 

Fairfield — Agricultural 
Education 
William Emil Messerschmidt 

Chicago — Animal Industries 
William H. Miller 

Areola — Animal Industries 
Iraj Moghaddam 

Carbondale — Plant Industries 



William Albert Mommsen 

Chicago — Fo res try 
Terry Walter Monke 

Columbia — Forestry 
Robert Joseph Morgan 

Murphysboro — Agricultural 
Industries 
William D. Morgan 

Rockwood — General Agriculture 
Merrill R. Mosbarger 

Carbondale — Plant Industries 
David Charles Neseman 

Carte rville — Forestry 
James Lee Nicholas 

Hinsdale — Plant Industries 
Fred Walter Noack 

Herrin — Forestry 
J. J. Norville 

Stonington — General Agriculture 
William Scott Nottke 

Itasca — Plant Industries 
Ernest Pouemi Nzekio 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Industries 
Larry Kent Ohlinger 

Rochelle — Agricultural 
Industries 



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Raymond Vladas Orlauskis 

Carbondale — Forestry 
Gail David Parn 

Mt. Sterling — Forestry 
Steven Lee Paullin 

Bellflower — Animal Industries 

Jerry Duane Pepple 

Bluford — Agricultural Education 
Glenn Harold Peterson 

Morrison — Agricultural 
Education 
Alan Eugene Pigg 

Mt. Vernon — Forestry 
James Edwin Plocher 

Highland — Animal Industries 
Ted J. Poehler 

Willow Hill — Animal Industries 
Richard D. Pollock 

Pana— Agricultural Industries 
David Earl Preloger 

Collinsville — Plant Industries 
Perry L. Pursell 

Pinckneyville — Forestry 
Duane Troy Quick 

Atwood — Agricultural Industries 
James Richard Raben 

Ridgway — Agricultural 
Education 
William L. Raben 

Ridgway — Agricultural 
Education 
Leo W. Ratcliff 

Peoria — Agricultural Industries 
Thomas Elbert Rice 

Magnolia — Plant Industries 
Kenneth Allen Robinson 

Taylorville — Agricultural 
Industries 
William Robert Robison 

Brownstown — General 
Agriculture 
Emmet Darrell Roth 

Dayton, Ohio — Forestry 
Gerald Alan Rottmann 

Murphysboro — Plant Industries 
James Everett Russell 

Sparland — Animal Industries 



Tsige Sahile 

Harrar, Ethiopia — Agricultural 
Industries 
Barry Glen Sandow 

Rantoul — Forestry 
Dana Alan Sauer 

Paxton — Agricultural Education 

Willard Dale Schaudt 

Cutler — Agricultural Industries 
Thomas Albert Schertz 

Manteno — Agricultural 
Education 
Paul Eugene Schnarre * 

Nokomis — Agricultural 
Education 
Dan Edward Schrader 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Education 
Kurt A. Schweitzer 

Waterman — Agricultural 
Industries 
Richard L. Seefeldt 

Mt. Pulaski — Agricultural 
Industries 
Henry Lee Setzer 

Paris — Agricultural Industries 
Richard Allen Sipe 

Lewistown — Animal Industries 
Larry Foch Smith 

Petersburg — Animal Industries 
Earnest O. Sork 

Fairfield — Animal Industries 
Keith D. Stephens 

Fairbury — Animal Industries 
Stanley Morris Stephens 

Annapolis — General Agriculture 
John Curtis Stevens 

Allendale — Agricultural 
Industries 

Steven W. Stocke 

Springerton — Plant Industries 
Larry Eugene Strange 

Flora — Plant Industries 
Gerald T. Strieker 

Trenton — Animal Industries 
Ronnie Ray Stroud 

Caledonia — Plant Industries 
Jose Ignacio Suarez R. 

Ibague, Colombia — Plant 
Industries 



Donald L. Suttner * * 

Ridgway — Plant Industries 
Steven Lee Thompson 

Marion — Forestry 
Terry Lee Thompson 

Jewett — Agricultural Education 
Claude Everett Thorp 

Clinton — Agricultural Industries 
William John Vaughan *** 

Fairfield — Agricultural 
Education 
David Earl Wade 

Noble — Animal Industries 
Keith Emory Walker 

Armington — General Agriculture 
Robert Lavern Walsh, Jr. 

Elwood — Agricultural Industries 
Robert William Weaver 

Pittsfield — Forestry 
Marvin Lee Webb 

Opdyke — Agricultural Education 
Roger Eugene Weber 

Oakdale — Forestry 
Richard E. Weiler 

Clay City — Animal Industries 
Thomas A. Weitekamp 

Harvel — Agricultural Industries 
Kent Leighton Western 

Jacksonville — Plant Industries 
Thomas Glenn Wilson * 

Ava — Agricultural Industries 
Daniel Lewis Winans 

Chrisman — Agricultural 
Education 
James William Winslade * 

Brighton — Agricultural 
Industries 
Curtis Edward Wolf 

Addieville — Agricultural 
Industries 
Walter O. Wood, Jr. 

Shipman — Forestry 
Roger Dean Young 

Owaneco — General Agriculture 

Steven C. Young 

Gays — Animal Industries 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

Robert S. Hancock, Dean 
Charles Hindersman, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Robert C. Laatz 

Joliet — Marketing 
Thomas Frank Lamplot 

North Riverside — Marketing 



Richard Wayne Lange 
Carlinville — Accounting 

Richard William Fullerton Larson 
Downers Grove — Management 



John Neil Laughlin 

Mattoon — Management 

Pairote Leetavorn 

Bangkok, Thailand — Marketing 



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Edward C. Lemmon, Jr. 

Adrian, Pennsylvania — 
Marketing 
John Shelby Lewis 

Carbondale — Finance 
Terry Lawrence Lewkoski 

Homewood — Management 
Eugene Paul Lierman 

Champaign — Accounting 
William Henry Lindhorst, Jr. 

Bartlett — Managemen t 

William E. Lomax 

Savanna — Management 

James Martin Luchansky 

Chicago — Accounting 
Franklyn D. Lumsden 

Kingston, Jamaica — 
Management 

Danny Richard Lusby 

Carbondale — Accou n ting 
Robert W. Luscombe 

Clinton — Management 
David B. Mabry 

Vandalia — Finance 
Terry J. Magoon 

Erie, Pennsylvania — Marketing 
Robert Timothy Mahaney 

Syracuse, New York — 
Management 

Michael Maurice Maloney 

Bartonville — Management 
James M. Manis, Jr. 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Ben Louis Maragni 

West Frankfort — Management 
Philip David Marco 

Homewood — Marketing 
Kurt Ian Marggraf 

Chicago — Marketing 
Charles L. Martin 

Mounds — Accounting 
Sam John Marzullo, Jr. 

Bensenville — Marketing 
Sam Frank Mateer 

Mt. Vernon — Marketing 
William Terry McConkey 

Chester — Marketing 

Thomas D. McFadden 
Chicago — Marketing 

Gary William McKinney 
Mt. Vernon — Accounting 

Kerry J. McLean 
Glenview — Finance 

David Edward McNeill 
Carbondale — Marketing 

Ronald Joseph Metrakos 

Arlington Heights — Management 

Karla Jean Meyer 
Hamel — Accounting 

Donna M. Mielke 
Geneva — Accounting 

Richard Vincent Milcarek 
Chicago — Marketing 

Richard Montague Milne 
Northville, Michigan — 
Accounting 



Larry Norman Mindel 

Chicago — Accounting 
Joseph Thomas Misek 

Melrose Park — Marketing 
Thomas David Mochel 

Decatur — Management 
Jeffrey W. Moll 

Mt. Prospect — Marketing 
Joseph Anthony Monteleone 

Chicago Heights — Marketing 
Clyde Sandford Morgan 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Lawrence Edward Morgan, Jr. 

Cairo — Marketing 
Donald P. Morris 

Addison — Management 
Raymond Bruce Morris 

Chicago — Marketing 
Daniel Gordon Morse 

Carlinville — Marketing 
Steven A. Mortensen 

Mundelein — Marketing 
Thomas John Mueller 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin — 
Accounting 
John W. Mugge 

Harrisburg — Management 
Frederick J. Muller, Jr. 

Runnemede, New Jersey — 
Management 
George Michael Murphy 

Springfield — Marketing 
Lawrence Robert Murphy 

Chicago — Marketing 
Richard Dean Murphy 

Downers Grove — Marketing 
James William Nachreiner 

Lombard — Management 
Alan Fredrick Nelson 

Chicago — Economics 
Patrick Michael Nelson 

Dundee — Management 
Stanley Wayne Nevins 

Palmyra — Marketing 
Dennis Wayne Nilsson 

Park Ridge — Marketing 
Larry J. Nilsson 

Benton — Marketing 
Niles S. Nimmo 

Springfield — Marketing 
Albert Noble 

Herrin — Management 
James H. Norfleet 

Arrowsmith — Economics 
Harvey B. Nudelman 

Chicago — Management 

Donald Raymond Oakes 
Chicago — Management 

Johnson Ejefiaronwa Okotie 
Warri, Nigeria — Finance 

Howard W. Omilinsky 
Evanston — Marketing 

James E. Ooton 

Effingham — Finance 

Jerome Michael Orrill 
Pittsfield — Accounting 



Don R. Overtoom 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Dennis Brian Palm 

Rockford — Management 
Samuel Panayotovich 

Chicago — Managemen t 
Thomas Paul Panichi 

Homewood — Marketing 
George Martin Pappas 

Carbondale — Marketing 

John A. Parker 

Niles, Ohio — Accounting 
Gary Neal Parrish 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Charles Allen Pasco 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Jeffrey Stuart Passis 

Chicago — Finance 
Patrick Allen Patterson 

Ottawa — Marketing 
Tom Patton 

Decatur — Management 
Paul Pechter 

Chicago — Accounting 
Richard Allen Pekarek 

North Riverside — Marketing 
Dean Andrew Perino 

Marseilles — Accounting 
Michael John Persson 

Morton Grove — Finance 
Jerry Wayne Phoenix 

Dupo — Management 
Alexander Pignotti 

Chicago Heights — Marketing 
Richard Wayne Piolatto 

Chicago — Marketing 
Robert E. Poisel 

Mundelein — Marketing 
Kenneth Robert Posner 

Skokie — Accounting 
Steven E. Priddy 

Glenview — Management 
David Michael Priebe 

Rantoul — Finance 
James F. Prohaska, Jr. 

Berwyn — Marketing 
Edward Charles Quigg III 

Chicago — Management 
Henry Joseph Reilly, Jr. 

Chicago — Finance 
Thomas James Ricci 

Pekin — Marketing 
Alfred H. Richert 

Ozona, Florida — Finance 
Richard Patrick Riggs 

Arthur — Marketing 
Robert James Riley 

Chicago — Management 

Patrick Joseph Jefferson Roach 
Ingleside — Marketing 

Carl Stanley Robinson 
Chicago — Marketing 

Douglas James Roepke 

Carpentersville — Accounting 

Thomas D. Roos 

Palos Heights — Marketing 



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Harold Mark Rosen 

Skokie — Accounting 
Bruce Harvey Rosenberg 

Skokie — Economics 
Michael Lee Rosenstiel 

Freeport — Management 
Thomas Joseph Rothchild 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Lawrence J. Roza 

Chicago — Marketing 
Joseph B. Rumler 

Port Byron — Management 
Ali A. Sabeti 

Tehran, Iran — Management 
Fuat Sahin 

Aydin, Turkey — Management 
Charles Eugene Sanders 

Calhoun — Accounting 
Robert D. Sang 

Ottawa — Marketing 
Michael R. Sapetti 

Tovey — Marketing 
Robert P. Saternus 

Chicago — Management 
George W. Saxton, Jr. 

Hazel Crest — Marketing 
Gary Sayerstad 

Northbrook — Management 
Jack Roger Schaller 

Steger — Management 
Harold Erwin Scharlau 

Addison — Accounting 
Dale Eugene Schipper 

Fulton — Accounting 
Albert William Schmitt 

Arlington Heights — Marketing 

James A. Schmook 

Harrisburg — Marketing 

Albert C. Schneider 

Mt. Vernon — Accounting 
Michael E. Schwartz 

Carbondale — Management 
Robert Parker Scott, Jr. 

Wauconda — Management 
Gordon Eric Seaberg 

Park Forest — Accounting 
Ronald Duane Seavey 

Streamwood — Management 
Alix Kathleen Sewell 

Murphysboro — Marketing 
Danny Don Sexton 

Taylorville — Management 
Michael J. Sexton 

Chicago — Management 
William Patrick Sexton 

New Lenox — Management 
Dennis L. Shea 

Springfield — Finance 
James Warren Sherwood 

Galesburg — Marketing 
Terry Lee Shindle 

Rockford — Marketing 
Lawrence Eugene Sidener II 

St. Louis, Missouri — 
Management 
Robert Joseph Simmons 

Emma — Management 



Clifton L. Skelcher 

Carte rville — Marketing 
Mark Maurice Sklansky 

Chicago — Marketing 
Richard Joseph Sliwa 

Northbrook — Marketing 

Alfred Smith 

Catlin — Management 
Dennis Paul Smith 

Springfield — Accounting 
Robert O. Smith 

Springfield — Accounting 
Robert Wayne Smith 

Murphysboro — Finance 
Stephen S. Smith 

Arlington Heights — Management 
William Arthur Smutz 

Moline — Marketing 
Frank S. Spradley 

White Plains, New York — 
Marketing 
Lawrence Dale Staak 

Prospect Heights — Marketing 
Stanley James Stalets 

Pana — Marketing 
John Robert Stanko 

Niles — Accounting 
Jerry Lee Starnes 

Herrin — Accounting 
Richard Gary Stauss 

Lockport — Marketing 
Richard Craig Steinbach 

Winnetka — Managemen t 
William Charles Steppe 

Dieterich — Marketing 
Lawrence William Stover 

Forest Park — Accounting 
Rita Ann Sutcliffe 

Brimfield — Accounting 
Ronald Harry Sutcliffe 

Hinsdale — Management 
Edward R. Sweeney 

Chicago — Management 
Harvey W. Syverson 

Oak Lawn — Management 
Kah-Fui Tan 

Taipei, Taiwan — Accounting 

Gary L. Tennison 

Lincolnwood — Management 
Jack Sterling Thompson * 

Carbondale — Management 
Alan Douglas Timmons 

Chicago — Marketing 
Melvyn Andrew Tisher 

Evanston — Finance 
Robert Harry Tock 

Waukegan— Finance 
William Carl Trischank 

Chicago — Accounting 
Edward Allen Trzaskus 

Cicero — Accounting 
Thomas Paul Tschannen 

Quincy — Economics 
Judi K. Turvey 

Carte rville — Accounting 
Robert Michael Uhll 

Lansing — Marketing 



John S. Urban 

Chicago — Management 
Yukiya Usuki 

Tokyo, Japan — Management 
James F. Vach, Jr. 

Brookfield — Accounting 
Donald Van Valkenburg 

Wayne, New Jersey — 
Management 
Howard James Vaskovsky 

Mt. Prospect — Marketing 
Clement E. Vericker 

North Pekin — Accounting 
Timothy Shaw Vincent 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Anna Bernice Wade 

Chicago — Marketing 
David William Waggoner 

Benton — Managemen t 
James Arthur Walker 

Mt. Vernon — Accounting 

Carl Robert Wallin 

Wheaton — Management 

John Alexander Walsdorf 

Chicago — Finance 
Raymond Watanuki 

Melrose Park — Marketing 
James Robert Watling 

Calumet City — Marketing 

Vernon M. Wear 

Carbondale — Marketing 

H. David Weaver 

Galesburg — Marketing 
Richard Thomas Weis 

Chicago — Management 
Ross George Wheeler 

Belvidere — Management 
James Philip Whittles 

Earlville — Accounting 
Ronald Marvin Whyman 

Skokie — Marketing 
William James Wieher 

Chicago — Management 
Douglas O. Wilcox 

Decatur — Marketing 
Pete A. Wilke 

Chicago — Management 
Bruce Theodore Will 

La Grange Park — Management 

Michael Harrison Williams 
Forest Park — Management 

Charles Miller Wilson 

Taylorville — Management 

Alexander Michael Winiecki 
Crown Point, Indiana — 
Management 

Edward A. Wisniewski 

Carbondale — Management 

Kevin Douglas Witowski 
Boling Brook — Accounting 

Louis A. Wolfe 

Waukegan — Management 

Frank L. Wolff 

Northbrook — Marketing 

Jack Wolfson 

Joliet — Marketing 



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John Wayne Youngblood 
Herrin — Management 



James L. Zegar 

Waukegan — Accounting 
Ralph Zuccarini, Jr. 

Ottawa — Marketing 



Richard Dale Zweifel 
Aurora — Management 



SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS 

C. Horton Talley, Dean 
George Brown, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Marta Jean Ladd 

Carbondale — Journalism 
David Belt Langdon 

Crystal Lake — Radio-Television 
Gail Anne Larson 

Deerfield — Speech 

Jack Le Chien 

Belleville — Radio-Television 

James J. Lee 

North Riverside — Speech 
Joel Michael Lee 

Carbondale — Photography 
Lila Lee Lenfant 

Seymour — Journalism 
Joel Jay Levin 

Skokie — Speech 
Judith Diana LeVine 

Deerfield — Journalism 

Jeffrey C. Lightburn 

Danville — Photography 
Robert Alan Liss 

Skokie — Radio-Television 
Robert Allan Littlehale 

Herrin — Radio-Television 
Ralph Barry Loewy 

Clark, New Jersey — Radio- 
Television 
Thomas F. Luba 

LaSalle — Journalism 
Richard Neal Macy 

Skokie — Radio- Television 
Peter Ballantyne Magee 

Bloomington — Theater 
Mary Frances McCluskey 

Lincolnwood — Theater 
James Malcolm Mclnnes 

Arlington Heights — Radio- 
Television 
Paul Edward McVickar 

Sumner — Radio-Television 
John A. Meacham 

New Holland — Journalism 
Timmy J. Meidroth 

Peoria — Journalism 
Charles J. Meier, Jr. 

Park Ridge — Speech 
Bruce H. Monaco 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Gwynn Diane Monti 

Pekin — Radio-Television 



Ronald D. Muir 

Dowell — Printing Management 
James Terrence Mullane 

East St. Louis — Radio-Television 
Robert W. Nagel 

Bridgeton, Missouri — Journalism 

Linda Katherine Namminga 

Carbondale — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Robert Stephen Nash 

Springfield — Journalism 
Gary L. Nelson 

Genoa — Journalism 
Patricia Christine Newhart 

Northbrook — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 

Rosalie Newman 

University City, Missouri — 
Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Anthony Joseph Noce 

Lake Villa — Radio-Television 
Donna Kapp Olson 

Du Quoin — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Bruce Wayne Parks 

Stonefort — Photography 
Susan Pate 

Arthur — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Peter James Peterson 

Northbrook — Radio-Television 
Lee Patrick Pitlock 

Hillside — Journalism 
Richard S. Plotkin 

River Grove — Radio-Television 
Paul David Povse 

Springfield — Journalism 
Charles Neil Purkey 

Carbondale — Journalism 

Karen Vendela Ramp 

Deerfield — Journalism 
Dick R. Rangel 

Chicago — Speech 
Ronald Henry Raschke 

Mt. Prospect — Radio-Television 

Leon Raymer 

Shawneetown— Journalism 

Catherine Ann Rebuffoni 
Joliet — Journalism 



Kathryn A. Reddie 

Westmont, New Jersey — 
Photography 
David Alan Redding 

Springfield — Journalism 
Barney James Reeves 

Addison — Speech 
Robert Francis Reeves 

Marion — Radio-Television 
Mary Cynthia Rice 

Carterville — Speech 
William Ward Rice, Jr. 

Amherst, Massachusetts — 
Photography 
Thomas R. Robb 

Carbondale — Journalism 
Carole Lynn Roberts 

Niles — Journalism 
Bonnie J. Robertson 

Pleasant Hill, California — 
Theater 
Peter Paul Robertson 

Louisville, Kentucky — 
Photography 
Keith A. Rogers 

St. Louis, Missouri — Radio- 
Television 
Deena Lynn Sackman 

Riverton, Wyoming — Speech 
William M. Salus 

Murphysboro — Radio-Television 
Howard A. Samuelsohn 

Evanston — Radio-Television 

Toni Ann Satterthwaite 
Mt. Vernon — Speech 

Arthur Roy Scheskie, Jr. 
Deerfield — Journalism 

Tobene Carol Schramm 

Bloomington — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
George Alan Schroll 

St. Louis, Missouri — Radio- 
Television 
Steven Douglas Schultz 

Peoria Heights — Journalism 

Rena Schweizer 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Philip A. Scorza 

Roselle — Theater 



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Cynthia Ann Shaw 

St. Louis, Missouri — Speech 
Thomas E. Sheehan 

Belleville — Journalism 
Mark Dennis Shlopack 

Highland Park — Photography 
Roger R. Sierens 

Annawan — Radio-Television 
Howard Michael Silvers 

Chicago — Photography 
James Allen Skogseth 

Chicago — Printing Management 
Thomas Allen Smutny 

Chicago — Ph o tography 
Kathleen Ann Sonneville 

Moline — Theater 
Burrell Paul Spieth 

Centralia — Photography 
James Clarence Spresser 

Taylorville — Speech 
Linda Kathleen Stalls 

Carbondale — Journalism 
William J. Stiegel 

Moline — Theater 



Ann Leslie Stone 

Chicago — Journalism 

Rodger Allan Streitmatter ;: 
Princeville — Journalism 

Dennis Michael Sullivan 
Ogden — Journalism 

James H. Sumner 

Centralia — Journalism 

Michael Anthony Svach 
Cicero — Speech 

Ingrid Camille Tarver 
Birmingham, Alabama — 
Journalism 

Timothy Edward Terchek 
North Chicago — Journalism 

Daniel Richard Thomas 
Chicago — Speech 

Janice Lynn Thompson 
Neoga — Speech 

Linda Lee Treitman 
Skokie — Speech 

Brian J. Treusch 

Springfield — Journalism 



William Frederick Umbaugh 
Hinsdale — Theater 

Stuart Allan Unger 

Highland Park — Speech 

Frank A. Velk 

North Riverside — Radio- 
Television 
Gregory H. Wagner 

Elmwood Park — Photography 

James Edward Weicker, Jr. 
Park Forest — Theater 

Mark Jay Weinstein 
Chicago — Journalism 

Carole Jean Wexstten 
Taylorville — Journalism 

Joseph Clairon Witwer 

Springfield — Radio-Television 

James Nicholas Worobey 
Chicago — Journalism 

Don Yaworski 

Chicago — Photography 

Robert Andrew Lee Zieleskiewicz 
East St. Louis — Photography 



SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 

Phillip H. Olsson, Acting Dean 
Melvin Siener, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



James Fredrick Larsen 

Itasca — Design 
Robin Scott Leenhouts 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin — Design 
Michael A. Leiner 

East Peoria — Art 
George S. Lewandowski 

Chicago — Design 

Ann T. Lopinot 
Litchfield — Art 

James Joseph Majerczak 
Norridge — Art 

Michael Edward Manier 
Waukegan — Art 

Michael Glen Marinello 
Chicago — Design 

Paul Bruce McCall 
Evanston — Design 

Elizabeth McDonald 

Greensboro, North Carolina — Art 

Mark Peter Miglin 

Evergreen Park — Design 

Mark L. Mosoff 
Skokie — Design 

Charles Joseph Mufich 
Chicago — Design 



John B. Murphy, Jr. 

Chicago — Design 
Lori Nauer 

St. Charles— Art 
Ronnie L. Nowlin 

St. Elmo — Design 
Heidrun A. Oberheide 

Carbondale — Art 

Sheila Ann Obranovich 
Madison — Art 

Dennis M. O'Neill 
Chicago — Art 

Kathryn Pappelis 
Carbondale — Art 

Anton Victor Pavelka 
LaGrange Park — Art 

Carolyn M. Pesko 
Ca rbondale — A r t 

Thomas A. Philabaum 
Elyria, Ohio — Art 

John Robert Pihl 
Harvard — Design 

Adam Prymak 
Rockford — Art 

Christopher James Robinson 
Deerfield — Design 



James Brian Schuster 
Glenwood — Design 

Alan Francis Serwich 
Wilmette — Design 

Bradley Don Smith 

Anna — Design 
Terrance John Svec 

Carbondale — Design 
Stuart Wayne Sweetow 

Chicago — Special Major in 
Design 
Jerry D. Takacs 

Litchfield — Design 
Nancy Alynn Tutt 

Rockford — Art 
Fredrick W. Walker 

Harrisburg — Design 

Martin D. Walker 

Carbondale — Design 
Elois DeFrantz Washington 

Chicago — Art 
Gregory D. Wendt 

Elgin — Design 
Richard John Wittosch 

Chicago — Design 
Thomas Anthony Wobbe 

Lebanon — Design 



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BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Richard A. Ligon 

Arlington Heights — Music 
James Alfred Owen 

Harrisburg — Music 
Peggy Lee Parkinson * 

Centralia — Music 



Catherine Kay Parrill * 
Carlinville — Music 

Ronald Gene Rendleman 
Carbondale — Music 

Lesley Elizabeth Retzer 
Peoria — Music 



Van Thomas Robinson 

Elkville— Music 
Roland Frederick Rose 

Chicago — Music 
Greg Alan Westhoff 

Yonkers, New York — Music 



SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Roye R. Bryant, Acting Dean 
Phyllis Bubnas, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Linda May Lambert 

Homewood — Home Economics 
Andrew S. K. Lee 

San Francisco, California — 
Home Economics 
Michael E. Lee 

Marion — Home Economics 
Connie Jo Leischner 

Deland — Home Economics 
Nancy Carol Lemcke 

Frankfort, Kentucky — Home 
Economics 
Sharon Rose Levine 

Clayton, Missouri — Home 
Economics 
Roberta G. Lewis 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Paulette Sue Lueker 

Marion — Home Economics 
Toni Lynn Machin 

Arlington Heights — Home 
Economics 
Christabel Thandile Manana 

Mbabane, Swaziland — Home 
Economics 
Suzanne Patricia Marleski 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Anita Jo Martin 

Enfield — Home Economics 

Brenda Kay Martinez 

Carbondale — Home Economics 

Linda S. McCain 

Collinsville — Home Economics 

Susan Joy Michaelson 

Chicago — Home Economics 

Angela Yvonne Flowers Moore 
Memphis, Tennessee — Home 
Economics 

Marietta Rose Muhich 

Carbondale — Home Economics 

Catherine Louise Needham 

Park Forest — Home Economics 

Yola Ann Newman 

Decatur — Home Economics 



Cynthia Lynn Nolen 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Debra Christine Otterstedt 

Peoria — Home Economics 
Thomas C. Pauling 

Lansing- — Home Economics 
Renelle Jean Peavah 

Chicago — Home Economics 

Janis Lynn Peebles 

Carbondale- — Home Economics 

Dianna Lynn Pippin 

Marion — Home Economics 

Cynthia Schafer Plucinski 
Haddonfield, New Jersey — 
Home Economics 

Joanne Marie Potter 

Villa Grove — Home Economics 

Marsha Lynn Ragno 

Winthrop Harbor — Home 
Economics 
Susan R. Rask 

Morton Grove — Home 
Economics 

Karyn Reding 

Leland — Home Economics 

Patsy Rae Reifsteck 

Champaign — Home Economics 

Mark Alan Reisdorf 

Lakewood, Colorado — Home 
Economics 

Linda Suzanne Rimkus 

Harvey — Home Economics 

Karen Valerie Rosendahl 
South Holland — Home 
Economics 

Fran D. Rosenthal 

Chicago — Home Economics 

Richard Robert Rottschalk 
Du Quoin — Home Economics 

Linda Lou Rowland * 

Mulkeytown — Home Economics 

Dawn Karan Schmidt 

Chicago — Home Economics 



Michael Wayne Siems 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Sharon Simon 

Chicago — Home Economics 

Sheryl Simon 

Wilmette — Home Economics 

Donna McQueen Smith 

Metropolis — Home Economics 
Sandra P. Smith 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Patricia Ann Higgs Soltwedel 

St. Elmo — Home Economics 
Kathaleen Denise Spurlin 

Edwardsville — Home Economics 
Jane E. Stanley 

Herrin — Home Economics 
Bernice Ann Strom 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Martha Jane Swinnen 

Assumption — Home Economics 
Sharon Kay Thannert 

Morton — Home Economics 
Denise Dunn Turner 

Louisville, Kentucky — Home 
Economics 
Susan Irene Valdes 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Beverly Sue Vaninger 

Trenton — Home Economics 
Janet Sue Walker 

Carbondale — Home Economics 
Susan Bernice Wayne 

Lexington, Massachusetts — 
Home Economics 
Judy Ann Weitkamp 

Waterloo — Home Economics 
Carla Jo Wilkins 

Harrisburg — Home Economics 
Lois Velva Woker 

Nashville — Home Economics 

Judith Ann Wollet 

Altamont — Home Economics 

Cheryn Ruth Zanders 

Baldwin — Home Economics 



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SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 

Thomas B. Jefferson, Dean 
Marvin E. Johnson, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Glenn Arthur Ladewig 

Blue Island — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Robert Roy Landes 

Paris — Technical and Industrial 
Education 

Jerry Wayne Lanum 
DuQuoin — Engineering 
Technology 

Donald Earl Laster 

Tamms — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Brian Keith Lee 

Barrington — Industrial 
Technology 

Scott Robert Leitner 
Wilmette — Indus trial 
Technology 
Frank P. Lenertz 

West Chicago — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Thomas William Littell 

Washington, Indiana — Industrial 
Technology 
Charles Keats Longley 
Belleville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Terry Michael Lowry 
Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 

Albert Henry Madeksho 
Brookfield — Engineering 

Marvyn John Madeksho 
Brookfield — Engineering 

Leonard Joseph Maggio 
Rockford — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Richard Stanley Marcinkiewicz 
St. Louis, Missouri — Engineering 
Technology 

Stuart Ayers Mayfield 
Carlinville — Industrial 
Technology 

James D. McCadney 

St. Louis, Missouri — Technical 
and Industrial Education 

Thomas Gregory Menozi 

Wilmington — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Louis F. Miller, Jr. 

Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 

Michael Floyd Minch 
Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 

Walter Ronald Minch 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 



George Roger Moore 
Saunemin — Industrial 
Technology 
Robert Joseph Mueller 
Aviston — Engineering 
Technology 
Lonnie Glenn Nelson 

Lewistown — Engineering 
Technology 
J. Michael Norton, Jr. 
Peoria — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Dennis L. Oeding 

Ferdinand, Indiana — Technical 
and Industrial Education 

Robert H. Ohm 

Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
James Michael O'Keefe 

Mt. Prospect — Industrial 
Technology 
Don Louis Ortinau 

Crete — Engineering 
Ronald H. Panice 

Summit — Industrial Technology 

James B. Park 

Rock Island — Engineering 
Edwin E. Parker 

Gibson City — Engineering 
Rodney Wayne Parker 
East Alton — Engineering 
Technology 
Gordon E. Pen rod 

Keensburg — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Fredrick Eugene Perry 
Vergennes — Engineering 
Technology 
Bruce Dennis Peterson 

South Holland — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Anthony Petrowsky, Jr. 
Harvey — Engineering 
Technology 
John Leslie Phillippe 

Champaign — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Ronald Daniel Pierce 
Waukegan — Industrial 
Technology 
Richard Wayne Pirani 

Chicago Heights — Industrial 
Technology 
Daniel Ivan Pittenger 
Taylorville — Engineering 
Technology 
Gary A. Presswood 

Du Quoin — Engineering 
Technology 



Michael Lynn Pugh 
Mahomet — Engineering 
Technology 

Donald Leo Radcliff 

La Grange Park — Engineering 
Technology 
James Arthur Ransom 
La Grange — Industrial 
Technology 
Raymond James Raredon 
Deerfield — Industrial 
Technology 

Mohammad Amon Rashiq 

Kabul, Afghanistan — Technical 
and Industrial Education 
James Edward Reed 
Centralia — Industrial 
Technology 

Ronald C. Reeder 

Murphysboro — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Timothy Wait Regan 
Danville — Engineering 
Technology 
Frank T. Repcynski, Jr. 
Lombard — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Stephen James Riggio 
Du Quoin — Engineering 
Technology 
Roger E. Rocke 

Roanoke — Engineering 
Technology 
Eldred J. Rosenthal 
Sorento — Engineering 
Technology 
Samuel Steven Rowell, Jr. 
Carterville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Jerry Rudowyj 

Arlington Heights — Engineering 
Technology 
Geoffrey Fuller Ryan 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Walter Edward Saal 

North Pekin — Industrial 
Technology 
Gary J. Sadlowski 

Adams, Massachusetts — 
Engineering Technology 
Robert Richard Safford 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
James Lawrence Saul 

Grand Tower — Industrial 
Technology 
Walter Richard Schirrich 

Niles — Engineering Technology 



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John B. Schmit 

Naperville — Engineering 
Technology 
Eugene F. Schneider 
Belleville — Industrial 
Technology 
Steven Samuel Schneiderman 

Evanston — Engineering 
Donald B. Schobert** 

Du Quoin — Engineering 
Edward G. Scholl 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 
Herbert Charles Schulz 
Chicago — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Donald E. Scott 

Hampshire — Industrial 
Technology 
James Peter Sellers, Jr. 
La Grange — Engineering 
Technology 
Daniel James Shafron 

West Chicago — Industrial 
Technology 

Gordon William Sheldon 

Pana — Technical and Industrial 
Education 

James Louis Sickert 

Lake Forest — Industrial 
Technology 

Eric Whittingham Sloane 
Park Forest — Engineering 
Technology 

Howard E. Sloan 

Northbrook — Engineering 
Technology 

David Lawrence Slocum 

Elgin — Industrial Technology 

Roy Allen Smith, Sr. 

Du Quoin — Engineering 
Technology 

William Edward Smith 

Percy — Engineering Technology 



James Mecord Snodsmith 
Mt. Vernon — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Charles Alan Sorrentino 
Rockford — Engineering 
Craig D. Stater 

Ottumwa, Iowa — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Dennis E. Sullivan 

Thompsonville — Engineering 
Technology 

Dale E. Sunnquist 

Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 

Roger Leo Swift 

Carte rville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Peter Hendrik Sytsma 
Harvard — Engineering 
Technology 

James Hang- Kay Tai 
Kowloon, Hong Kong — 
Engineering 

John Finley Talbott 
Elmhurst — Industrial 
Technology 

James Thomas Teague 
Marion — Engineering 
Technology 

Gerald Clarence Tepper 

Clarendon Hills — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

John A. Traff 

Glenview — Engineering 
Technology 

Kenne George Turner 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

F. Charles Tutt 

Joliet — Industrial Technology 

Anthony Adrian Valentyn 
Chicago Heights — Industrial 
Technology 



Charles Allan Vanerka 

LaGrange Park — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Clarence G. Van Gordon 
Belleville — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
William Steers Van Home 
Oak Brook — Industrial 
Technology 
Gary L. Wade 

Beecher City — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Richard Thomas Walters 
Champaign — Industrial 
Technology 
Dan W. Walthes 

Mascoutah — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Ronald Gene Weiss 

Pocahontas — Engineering 
Terrence G. Westhoff 
Millstadt — Engineering 
Technology 
Harry Ford Williford, Jr. 
Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 
Glenn Charles Winter 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Michael P. Woley 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
James P. Woodall 

Wilmette — Industrial 
Technology 

John S. Wright 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts — 
Engineering Technology 
James Lee Wyman 

Stuart, Florida — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Milton W. Zoschke 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



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Candidates for the Associate Degree 

DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 

Marvin P. Hill, Asst. Dean 

Harry Soderstrom, Marshal 

Chester Johnston, Usher 

ASSOCIATE IN ART 



Dale Edward Lael 

Virginia — Commercial Art 
Janiece Rae Leuschke 

Chester — Commercial Art 
Donald E. McSpadden 

Marion — Correction and Law 
Enforcement 
Linda Louise Meier 

Morton Grove — Dental Hygiene 
Madison C. Moore, Jr. 

Murphysboro — Commercial Art 
Helen Ruth Morrison 

Carbondale — Physical Therapy 
Assistant 
Patricia Anne Mullen 

Sterling Park, Virginia — Dental 
Hygiene 

Gladys Wiseman Nacht * 

Charleston — Dental Hygiene 
Nancy E. Neudecker 

Salem — Dental Hygiene 
Robert Carl Neumann 

Auburn — Commercial Art 
Cathy Ann Neunaber 

Carlinville — Commercial Art 



Robert M. Nielubowski 

Chicago — Commercial Art 
Terri Irene Oldefest 

Galesburg — Dental Hygiene 
Judith Gayle Paff 

Henderson, Kentucky — Dental 
Hygiene 
Marsha Gayle Patrick 

Carbondale — Dental Hygiene 
Dianne Marie Peterson 

Rockford — Dental Hygiene 
Margaret Ann Phelan 

Chicago — Dental Hygiene 
Sharon Frances Pierce 

Bushnell — Dental Hygiene 
Morris Rickenberg 

Campbell Hill — Commercial Art 
Patricia Ella Rosenhauer 

St. Louis, Missouri — Commercial 
Art 
Cheryl Ann Sawicki 

Ottawa — Dental Hygiene 
Ruth E. Schindel 

Aurora — Dental Hygiene 
Mary Ellen Schuette 

Effingham — Commercial Art 



Edward C. Schumann 

Lansing — Commercial Art 
Karen Sue Shoengood 

Quincy — Dental Hygiene 
Sandra Kay Steht 

Canton — Commercial Art 
Sandra Stimac 

Wood River — Commercial Art 
Patricia Anne Summers 

Collinsville — Dental Hygiene 
Elody P. Thomas 

Westmont — Physical Therapy 
Assistant 
Penny L. Venezia * 

Belvidere — Dental Hygiene 
Carol Ann Warren 

Vincennes, Indiana — 
Commercial Art 
Sue Ellen Webb 

Robinson — Commercial Art 
Karen Sue Welton 

Springfield — Commercial Art 
Cynthia White 

Hillsboro — Dental Hygiene 



ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



Beverly Jo Lamken 

Springfield — Legal Secretarial 
Virginia Dee Landes 

Paris — Executive Secretarial 
Patricia Ellen Landis 

Olney — Executive Secretarial 
Cora Eloise Lang 

Marion — Accounting 
Cynthia Ann Larkin * 

Berkeley — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Beth L. Macaluso 

Riverdale — Medical 
Secretarial 
Larry D. McBride 

Ava — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Peggy Jane McCall 

Champaign — Executive 
Secretarial 



Carolyn Sue McMillan 

Herrin — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Ramanathan Meempat 

Kerala, India — -Electronic Data 
Processing 
Rita Lorraine Meredith 

Peoria — Cooperative Retailing 
Gary Charles Miller 

Marion — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Cheryl Jean Miner 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Diane Fay Nystrom 

St. Anne — Cooperative Retailing 
Linda Jeanine Oddy 

Bradford — Executive Secretarial 
Gerardine C Oglesby 

Aviston — Electronic Data 
Processing 



Stuart Nels Olson 

Decatur — Cooperative Retailing 

Ronald Gene Ostrom 
Silvis — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Emily L. Penrod 

Murphysboro — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Ann Elizabeth Phillips 

Ashton — Medical Secretarial 

Bonnie Lee Reisin 

Skokie — Executive Secretarial 

Nancy Jean Rick 

Chicago — Legal Secretarial 

Mary Jo Ritter 

Vandalia — Medical Secretarial 

Patricia Lee Royston 
St. Charles, Missouri — 

Electronic Data Processing 



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Marsha Lynn Saltzman 

Skokie — Executive Secretarial 

Barbara Anne Savior 

West Chicago — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Cynthia Ann Scamardi 

Hinsdale — Executive Secretarial 

Frank Edward Schwiderski 
Toluca — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Donna Sue Serrot * * :;i 
Rushville — Execu tive 
Secretarial 
Richard L. Shaw 

Benton — Legal Secretarial 
Ira Silver 

Chicago — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Marilyn Ann Simpson 

West Frankfort — Executive 
Secretarial 
Carol Irene Steiner 
East Lynn — Executive 
Secretarial 



Joyce Ellen Stokes 
St. Elmo — Executive 
Secretarial 
Dennis Merritt Swick 

Rockford — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Marsha Marie Throgmorton 
Carbondale — Execu tive 
Secretarial 
Marvin T. Toennies 

Albers — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Linda S. Vantrease 

Carbondale — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Karen Kay Waddelow 

Pana — Legal Secretarial 
Charles Richard Wade 

Jacksonville — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Trudy Ann Weburg 

Paxton — Executive Secretarial 

Susan M. Weickelt 

Evanston — Legal Secretarial 



James Peter Whitcomb 

Carbondale — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Martha J. Williams 

Carbondale — Legal Secretarial 
Judith Ann Wolf 

Kankakee — Executive 
Secretarial 
Ruth Ann Wood 

Mattoon — Accounting 
Linda Ann Woodcock 

Du Quoin — Executive Secretarial 

Susan Lynn Wright 

Alton- — Executive Secretarial 
Charlotte Lea Yeargin 

Georgetown — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Pamela Jean Young 

McHenry — Executive Secretarial 
Robert E. Zak 

Herrin — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Howard Francis Ziegler, Jr. 

Tiskilwa — Accounting 



ASSOCIATE IN TECHNOLOGY 



Glenn Arthur Ladewig 
Blue Island — Aviation 
Technology 
Vincent J. LaFond 

Carterville — Electronics 
Technology 
Robert B. Lahlein, Jr. 

Alton — Mortuary Science 
David Paul Leonard 

Blue Island — Electronics 
Technology 
Charles Keats Longlev 
Belleville— Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 
Bob Dean Ludwig 

Marion- — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
William D. Lueking 
Centralia — Building 

Construction Technology 
Roy Marcus 

Chicago — Automotive 
Technology 
John Bradley Marshall 

Marion — Automotive Technology 
David M. Martin 

Du Quoin — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Chris Michael Mayers 
Naperville — Automotive 
Technology 
Susan Gordon Maynard 
Miami, Florida — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 
Gerald Leroy McBride 
Addison — Electronics 
Technology 
Jerry R. McCollum 

Areola — Automotive Technology 



Gathel L. McDowell 

Herrin — Electronics Technology 
Gary Alan McGee 

Marshall — Automotive 
Technology 
Ronald John Medek 
Lockport — Automotive 
Technology 

Dale Arthur Melin 

West Chicago — Building 
Construction Technology 
Eric Wayne Miller 

Vandalia — Building Construction 
Technology 
Richard Walter Miller 
Newton — Automotive 
Technology 
Thomas L. Miller 

Chicago — Architectural 
Technology 
Michael Gene Molek 

Anchor — Electronics Technology 

Jon I. Mullinax 

West Salem — Automotive 
Technology 
William P. Naurich 
Elmhurst — Electronics 
Technology 

Donald Alan Niebrugge 

Effingham — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 

Mohammad Nazir Noorzay 
Kabul, Afghanistan — Tool and 
Manufacturing Technology 

Henry A. Obeid, Jr. 

Chicago — Aviation Technology 
Samuel V. Opp 

Pinckneyville — Building 
Construction Technology 



William James Parkhill 
Red Bud — Automotive 
Technology 
David Earl Patkus 
Nokomis — Automotive 
Technology 
Howard Eugene Pearson 
Bartonville — A u tomotive 
Technology 
Lawrence R. Pearson 
Edinburg — Automotive 
Technology 
Billy R. Quarles 

Pine Bluff, Arkansas — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 

Judith Ann Rathert 

Ava — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
James D. Rentfrow 
Decatur — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 
Lester Wayne Ridgeway 
Du Quoin — Forest Products 
Technology 

Richard Ridgeway 

Du Quoin — Electronics 
Technology 
Dean C. Riechman * 

St. Peter — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Anthony J. Roberts, Jr. 

Euclid, Ohio — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
William Edward Rodney 
Edwardsville — Mortuary 
Science 
Mark Steven Sailly 

West Frankfort — Electronics 
Technology 



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John R. Saint 

Zeigler — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 
Gregory Michael Sainz 

East Lansing, Michigan — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 
Gerald Richard Salvagio 
Rockford — Automotive 
Technology 
Glen L. Sanderson 

Keenes — Electronic Data 
Processing 
John Eugene Sartore 

Taylorville — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Dennis A. Schafrik 

Des Plaines — Forest Products 
Technology 

Edward J. Schullian 

Murphysboro — Architectural 
Technology 

Herbert Charles Schulz 

Chicago — Aviation Technology 
James Edward Schwellensattl 
Belleville — Electronics 
Technology 
Robert B. Seiffert 

Carlyle — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
Donald H. Shields 

Mt. Sterling — Automotive 
Technology 
James Louis Sickert 
Lake Forest — Aviation 
Technology 
Gregory Walter Six 
Quincy — Architectural 
Technology 



Harry Wayne Smith 

Robinson — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Kenneth A. Smull 

Moweaqua — A u to motive 
Technology 
John Goyert Speckman 
Metropolis — Aviation 
Technology 

Ralph Randall Stennett 
Oak Lawn — Architectural 
Technology 

Dale E. Sunnquist 

Carbondale — Automotive 
Technology 
William E. Tabbert 

Shumway — Automotive 
Technology 
Douglas L. Taylor 

Decatur — Aviation Technology 

Robert James Terlap, Jr. 

Lake Forest — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Harry Joseph Timmermeier 

Alton — Electronics Technology 
Randall David Townsend 

Watseka — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
Philip Michael Trapani 
Johnston City — Machine 
Drafting and Design 
Technology 
Ivan Lee Trauernicht 
New Douglas — Machine 
Drafting and Design 
Technology 

Susan Rosemarie Trnka 
La Grange Park — Dental 
Laboratory Technology 



Steven LeRoy Tronc 
Pontiac — Automotive 
Technology 
Davey Vaughn 

Littleton — Electronics 
Technology 
Michael Vorman 
Chicago — Tool and 

Manufacturing Technology 

Richard Gary Wallace 

Glen Ellyn — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Ralph Edward Walters 

Makanda — Aviation Technology 

Blair Jeffrey Watson 

Edwardsville — Mortuary 
Science 

Michael James Weaver 

Sterling — Printing Technology 

Jerald Leon Wells 

Annapolis — Forest Products 
Technology 
Linus V. Wessel 

Breese — Machine Drafting and 
Design Technology 
David M. West 

Grant Park — Automotive 
Technology 
Ronald R. White 

Pulaski — Architectural 
Technology 
Evan Bruce Williams 

McLeansboro — Automotive 
Technology 
John Lyndell Zanotti 

Johnston City — Machine 
Drafting and Design 
Technology 






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Candidates for Appointment as Second Lieutenant 
in the United States Air Force 



John J. Barrett, Jr. 

Richard R. Berry 

Robert A. Burbridge 

David E. Ellis 

Ellery D. English 

Bradford C. Gillam 

Steven M. Henman 

Lawrence J. Henshel 

Michael W. Hodge 

Judd F. Holder 

Kenneth L. Koehn 

Thomas B. Lane 

Thomas J. McClellan 

Bruce W. Parks 

Roland W. Purser 

Gordon P. Ramsey 

David M. Randerson 

Richard E. Weiler 

Walter R. Schirrich 



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Marshals 

GRAND MARSHAL 
Wilbur C. McDaniel 

PLATFORM MARSHALS 

Christine Bond * Anita Ellis * 

Dave Ellis Dave Ellis 

CONVOCATIONS COMMITTEE 

Wilbur C. McDaniel, Chairman I. P. Brackett Robert Odaniell 

Marvin P. Hill Jean Stehr Buren Robbins 

Andrew H. Marcec Robert McGrath W. Dean Justice 
Wesley K. Morgan 

Members of Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight 



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Faculty Service Awards 



TWENTY-FIVE YEAR SERVICE AWARD 

Anna Neufeld 
John Wharton 



FORTY YEAR SERVICE AWARD 
J. Cary Davis 

FORTY-FIVE YEAR SERVICE AWARD 
Ted R. Ragsdale 



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Academic Attire 



All candidates for degrees and those who hold 
these degrees, including University officials and 
faculty and visiting dignitaries, are attired in tradi- 
tional cap and gown. Representatives of American 
universities met in 1895 and agreed upon a standard 
style of academic attire for the various degrees. 
This Intercollegiate Code, revised in 1932 and again 
in 1959, is followed today by all American colleges 
and universities except for a few schools which con- 
tinue to use the styles of England. 

CAPS 

Candidates for degrees wear the regulation black 
mortarboard cap with tassel appropriate to the 
school or division from which they are being grad- 
uated, with the exception of those who already hold 
doctor's degrees, who are privileged to wear gold 
tassels. 

The authorized list of tassels follows: 
Baccalaureate and Associate Degrees 

Education — Light Blue 

Liberal Arts — White 

Agriculture — Maize 

Business — Sapphire Blue 

Communications — Blue 

Fine Arts — Brown 

Music — Pink 

Music Education — Light Blue 

Home Economics — Maroon 

Technology — Orange 

Nursing — Apricot 

VT I -Technolo gy — Oran ge 

VTI-Business — Sapphire Blue 

VTI-Art— White 
Master's Degrees 

All fields— Black 
Doctor of Philosophy — Gold 

GOWNS 

The bachelor's gown has a closed front and long, 
pointed, open sleeves. The master's gown has either 
an open or closed front with extremely long, closed 
sleeves, open at the wrist; the end of the oblong 
sleeve is square, with an arc of a circle cut away 
just above the bottom. The doctor's gown may be 
worn open or closed. It has voluminous bell-shaped 
sleeves on which appear three velvet bars ( usually 
black, but sometimes in the color of the subject 
area) . 

HOODS 

The master's hood is three and one-half feet long 
with a three-inch-wide velvet edging of the ap- 
propriate color. 

The colors for those master's degrees granted by 
Southern Illinois University are: 

Master of Arts — White 

Master of Business Administration — 
Sapphire Blue 



Master of Fine Arts — Brown 

Master of Music — Pink 

Master of Music Education — Pink 

Master of Science — Gold 

Master of Science in Education — Gold 

The lining is in color or colors of the institution 
granting the degree. 

The doctor's hood is easily recognized by a four- 
inch width of velvet edging, the wide panels at 
either side, the greater length, and the full exposure 
of the lining. The colors of the edging most fre- 
quently seen are blue for philosophy, light blue for 
education, green for medicine, purple for laws, 
yellow for science and white for arts and letters. 
The colors of the lining are those of the school 
from which the degree is granted. 

Below are listed a few schools and their colors 
from which faculty appearing in the academic 
procession have received degrees: 
University of Alabama — Crimson and White 
Arizona State University — Maroon and Gold 
University of Arizona — National Red and Blue 
University of Arkansas — Cardinal and White 
Auburn University — Burnt Orange, Royal Blue 
Boston University — Scarlet and White 
Bradley University — Red and White 
Brandeis University — Wedgewood Blue 
Bryn Mawr — Old Gold and White 
University of California — Gold and Yale Blue 
California Institute of Technology — Orange and 

White 
Carnegie Institute of Technology — Carnegie Tartan 
University of Chicago — Maroon 
University of Cincinnati — Red and Black 
Clark University — White and Emerald Green 
Colorado School of Mines — Light Navy and Silver 

Gray 
Colorado State College of Education — Old Gold 

and Purple 
Colorado State University — Pumpkin Yellow and 

Alfalfa Green 
University of Colorado — Gold and Silver Gray 
Columbia University — Light Blue and White 
University of Connecticut — National Flag Blue and 

White 
Cornell University — Carnelian and White 
University of Delaware — Blue and Golden Yellow 
University of Denver — Crimson and Gold 
Duke University — Yale Blue and White 
Emory University — Blue and Gold 
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy — Brown and 

Blue 
Florida State University — Garnet and Gold 
University of Florida — Orange and Blue 
George Peabody College for Teachers — Garnet and 

Turquoise 
George Washington University — Dark Blue and 

Buff 
Harvard University — Crimson 



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University of Houston — Red and White 
University of Illinois — Navy Blue and Orange 
Illinois Institute of Technology — Scarlet and Silver 

Gray 
Indiana University — Crimson and Cream 
University of Iowa — Old Gold 
Iowa State University of Science and Technology — 

Old Gold and Cardinal 
The John Hopkins University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Kansas — Blue and White 
Kansas State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Yellow Gold and Crimson 
University of Kentucky — Blue and White 
Lehigh University — Brown and White 
Louisiana State University and Agriculture and 

Mechanical College — Purple and Gold 
University of Kentucky, Louisville — Cardinal 
Loyola University ( Chicago ) — Maroon and Gold 
University of Maryland — Black and Old Gold 
University of Massachusetts — Maroon and White 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Cardinal 

and Silver Gray 
University of Miami — Orange, White, and Green 
University of Michigan — Maze and Azure Blue 
Michigan State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Green and White 
University of Minnesota — Old Gold and Maroon 
University of Missouri — Old Gold and Black 
Montana State University — Copper and Silver-Gold 
University of Nebraska — Scarlet and Cream 
Universitv of New Mexico — Silver Gray and Cherry 

Red 
New York University — Violet 

North Carolina State University — Red and White 
University of North Carolina — Columbia Blue and 

White 
Northwestern University — Purple and Gold 
Notre Dame University — Old Gold and Royal Blue 
Ohio State University — Scarlet and Gray 
Oklahoma State University — Orange and Black 
University of Oklahoma — Crimson and Cream 
Oregon State University — Burnt Orange 
University of Oregon — Lemon and Emerald Green 
University of Pennsylvania — Red and Blue 
The Pennsylvania State University — Dark Blue and 

White 
University of Pittsburgh — Navy Blue and Gold 
Princeton University — Orange and Black 
Purdue University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Rochester — Dandelion Yellow 
Rutgers University — Scarlet 
Saint Louis University — White and Yale Blue 
University of South Dakota — Red 
University of Southern California — Gold and Cardi- 
nal 



Southern Illinois University — Maroon and White 

Stanford University — Cardinal 

Syracuse University — Orange 

Temple University — White and Cherry 

Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University — 

Maroon and White 
Texas Technical College — Scarlet and Black 
Texas Woman's University — Olive Green and Light 

Blue 
University of Utah — Red and White 
University of Virginia — Navy Blue and Orange 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute — Orange and Maroon 
Washington State University — Crimson and Silver 

Gray 
Washington University — Green and Red 
University of Washington — Purple and Gold 
Wayne State University — Forest Green and Old 

Gold 
West Virginia University — Old Gold and Navy Blue 
Western Reserve University — White and Scarlet 
University of Wisconsin — Cardinal 
University of Wyoming — Brown and Yellow 
Yale University — Yale Blue 

Universities outside the United States from which 
faculty members have received doctor's degrees: 

Allahabad University 

Budapest University 

Interamerican University, Mexico 

Ludvig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany 

National University of Mexico 

Oxford University 

Patna University 

Philips University of Marburg, Germany 

Stephen Tisza, Hungary 

University of Amsterdam 

University of Barcelona 

University of Bombay 

University of Delhi 

University of Free Ukraine, Munich, Germany 

University of Freiburg 

University of Glasgow 

University of Goettingen 

University of Havana 

University of Liverpool 

University of Madrid 

University of Munich 

University of Natal 

University of Nottingham 

University of Oslo 

University of Paris 

University of Vienna 



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Ninety-Sixth Year 




Southern Illinois University 

EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS 




OBJECTIVES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



TO EXALT BEAUTY 

In God, 

in nature, and 
in art; 
Teaching how to love the best 

but to keep the human touch; 

TO ADVANCE LEARNING 

In all lines of truth 

wherever they may lead. 
Showing how to think 

rather than what to think. 
Assisting the powers 

of the mind 
In their self-development; 

TO FORWARD IDEAS AND IDEALS 

In our democracy, 
Inspiring respect for others 

as for ourselves, 
Ever promoting freedom 

with responsibility; 

TO BECOME A CENTER OF ORDER AND LIGHT 

That knowledge may lead 

to understanding 
And understanding 

to wisdom. 



Commencement 

June 13, 1970 



Board of Trustees 



Southern Illinois University operates under the jurisdiction of a Board of Trustees created by a 
Charter granted by the Illinois General Assembly. The Board consists of seven members appointed by 
the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Instruction who serves as an ex officio member. Mem- 
bers are appointed for terms of six years. 

Mr. Lindell W. Sturgis, Chairman Metropolis 

Mr. Harold R. Fischer, V ice-Chairman Granite City 

Mr. Melvin C. Lockard, Secretary Mattoon 

Dr. Martin V. Brown Carbondale 

Mr. Ivan A. Elliott, Jr Carmi 

Mr. F. Guy Hitt Benton 

Mr. Eugene T. Simonds Carbondale 

Honorable Ray Page (Ex officio) Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 



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The University 



southern Illinois university was established 
in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal University. 
The shortened name became official in 1947 by 
action of the state legislature. 

In 1874 the first building on the campus at 
Carbondale was completed, financed by state- 
appropriated funds and contributions from citi- 
zens of Jackson County. In the fall of that year, 
the first regular academic year for the school, 
150 students were enrolled. The student popula- 
tion has increased steadily and now exceeds 
35,000. 

For some years after its establishment, South- 
ern Illinois University operated as a two-year 
normal school. In 1907 it became a four-year, 
degree-granting institution, though continuing 
its two-year course until 1936. In 1943, after a 
vigorous campaign led by President Roscoe Pul- 
liam, the state legislature changed the institu- 
tion, which had been in theory exclusively a 
teacher-training school, into a university, thereby 
taking official recognition of the great demand in 
the area for diversified training. 

The action of the legislature led to establish- 
ing colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Vocations and Professions, offering 
the Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor 
of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Grad- 
uate work was instituted in 1943 and the Grad- 
uate School was formally established in 1948. At 
this time it was authorized to grant the Master 
of Arts and Master of Science degrees in addi- 
tion to the Master of Science in Education. In 

1952 the Master of Fine Arts degree was added 
to the list, the Doctor of Philosophy in 1955, and 
in 1956 the Master of Music and the Master of 
Music Education. The Divisions of Communica- 
tions, Fine Arts, and Rural Studies were estab- 
lished in 1953, and in 1955 became the Schools of 
Communications, Fine Arts, and Agriculture, 
respectively. The College of Vocations and Pro- 
fessions was dissolved, and a School of Business 
was created in 1956. In 1957 the Department of 
Home Economics became the School of Home 
Economics. In 1959 the Department of Applied 
Science became the School of Applied Science, 
which, in 1961, was renamed the School of Tech- 
nology to include the engineering programs. The 
growth of classes for adults and for those seeking 
technical training led to the establishment in 

1953 of the Division of Technical and Adult Ed- 
ucation, of which the Vocational-Technical Insti- 



tute is a part. The Department of Nursing was 
established in 1955; subsequently, it has been 
transferred to Edwardsville. 

The Community Development Institute was 
established in 1956. Labor, Latin American, and 
Rehabilitation Institutes were created in 1957, 
the Transportation Institute in 1960, and the 
Center for the Study of Crime, Delinquency, 
and Corrections in 1961. A Center for Viet- 
namese Studies and Programs was created in 
1969. The International Services Division ad- 
ministers adviser and teaching teams in eight 
areas of the world. 

In 1949 the Belleville Residence Center was 
established. Then, because of the growing de- 
mand for educational opportunities in the Madi- 
son-St. Clair counties area, the University estab- 
lished the Alton Residence Center and the East 
St. Louis Residence Center in 1957. In 1959 the 
Southwestern Illinois agencies were organized in- 
to a unit coordinate with the Carbondale Cam- 
pus and named the Edwardsville Campus. On a 
2,600-acre site near Edwardsville a new campus 
was constructed, with instruction beginning in 
1965. The Carbondale Campus and the Edwards- 
ville Campus were renamed in 1969 and are now 
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and 
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 

The instructional framework of Southern Illi- 
nois University at Edwardsville consists of the 
Business Division, Education Division, Fine Arts 
Division, Humanities Division, Science and Tech- 
nology Division, Social Sciences Division, and the 
Division of Nursing, in which an undergrad- 
uate may choose from thirty-two different con- 
centrations leading to a bachelor's degree. Grad- 
uate students may earn the following degrees: 
Master of Arts, Master of Business Administra- 
tion, Master of Music, Master of Fine Arts, 
Master of Science, and Master of Science in 
Education. The Certificate of Specialist is avail- 
able for persons in education who wish to study 
beyond the master's degree. 

The School of Dental Medicine has been 
established and a dean has been selected; he is 
currently employing faculty and staff members. 
The school will be temporarily housed in Alton 
until permanent facilities can be approved and 
constructed on the Edwardsville Campus. A pro- 
gram of continuing education for dentists in the 
area is proposed for 1970-71 academic year. 
The school plans to start regular classes in 1971. 



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The presidents of the University have been Daniel B. Parkinson 1897-1913 

Henry W. Shryock 1913-1935 

Robert Allyn 1874-1892 Roscoe Pulliam 1935-1944 

John Hull 1892-1893 Chester F. Lay 1944-1948 

Harvey W. Everest 1893-1897 Delyte W. Morris 1948- 



IV 



Concert 



7:00 p.m. 



The Southern Illinois University Symphonic Band, 
Edwardsville 

C. Dale Fjerstad, Conductor 



Preceding the Commencement Exercises 

Americans We Henry Fillmore 

Lincolnshire Percy Grainger 

Lisbon (Sailor's Song) 

Horkstow Grange (Narrating Local History) 

The Brisk Young Sailor (Returned to Wed His True Love) 

Lord Melbourne (War Song) 

The Lost Lady Found (Dance Song) 

Crown Imperial William Walton 



Order of the Exercises 



CONCERT 



Southern Illinois University Symphonic Band 

Edwardsville 



PROCESSIONAL 



INVOCATION 

The Rev. Joe Santee 



Campus Minister 

American Baptist Convention 



ADDRESS 

R. BUCKMINSTER FULLER 



University Professor of Design 
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale 



CONFERRING OF THE HONORARY DEGREE 

President Delyte W. Morris 



Presentation of the Candidate 



Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

President Delyte W. Morris 



Presentation of Candidates for Certificates 
and Associate Degrees 



Dean Ernest J. Simon 



Presentation of Candidates for Baccalaureate Degrees 



Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



Presentation of Candidates for Graduate Degrees 



Dean Herbert H. Rosenthal 



presentation of diplomas 

Chancellor John S. Rendleman 

(Professor Hollis L. White will read names of graduates as they receive diplomas) 



Division of Technical and Adult Education 

Business Division 

Education Division 

Fine Arts Division 

Humanities Division 

Division of Nursing 

Science and Technology Division 

Social Sciences Division 

Graduate School 



Emery R. Casstevens, Assistant Dean 

Kenneth H. Myers, Dean 

Deane Wiley, Dean 

Andrew J. Kochman, Dean 

Gerald J. T. Runkle, Dean 

Lucille H. McClelland, Dean 

Robert N. Pendergrass, Acting Dean 

Earl S. Beard, Dean 

Donal G. Myer, Assistant Dean 



VI 



RECOGNITION OF AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS PRESIDENT DELYTE W. MORRIS 

CONFERRING OF DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 

President Delyte W. Morris 

Presentation of the Candidate Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



BENEDICTION 

The Rev. Joe Santee 



RECESSIONAL 



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The members of the audience are asked to remain at their seats until the Platform Party 
has cleared the graduate area. 

The Chancellor's Reception will be held at the Commencement Site immediately following 
the exercises. Graduates and guests are invited. 



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Granting of Degrees 



Granting of degrees is contingent upon the successful completion of work in progress. Line following 
hometown indicates field of concentration of candidates. One asterisk after name indicates candidate 
is being graduated with honors, two asterisks indicate high honors, and three asterisks indicate highest 
honors. Persons graduating with highest honors are awarded life memberships in the Alumni Associa- 
tion. The symbol t after a student's name indicates candidate was a member of the Deans College. 



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Candidates for the Associate Degree 



DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 



ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



John McKellar Ansley Jr. 
Mitchell — Management 

Raymond H. Bovinett Jr. 

East St. Louis — Management 
Jean Brancaglione 

Collinsville — Executive 
Secretarial 
Raymond F. Buente 

Granite City — Management 

Nancy Jo Carnahan 

Bunker Hill — Management 

Joseph B. Ellena 

Wilsonville — Accounting 

Rosalie Ann Evanick 

Collinsville — Executive 
Secretarial 
Carl G. Ewen 

Wood River — Management 
Theresa Ann Flanigan 

Hardin — Executive Secretarial 
Margaret Sue Friederich 

Bethalto — Accounting 
Anna Jean Hopkins 

Cottage Hills — Executive 
Secretarial 



Susan Mary Johnson 

Bethalto — Executive Secretarial 
Henry L. Jones 

Fairview Heights — Accounting 
Robert Lowell Miller 

St. Louis — Management 

Carolyn Sue Nadler 

East St. Louis — Executive 
Secretarial 
Dorothy Irmajene Oglesby 

East St. Louis — Executive 
Secretarial 
Charles L. Robertson 

Godfrey — Accounting 
John Roger Rosentreter 

Carlinville — Management 

Kathleen L. Sackett 
Collinsville — Executive 
Secretarial 
Rose Ann Serniak 

Collinsville — Executive 
Secretarial 
Ann Simon 

Alton — Executive Secretarial 



Arthur E. Smallenberger 

East St. Louis — Management 

Kenneth E. Springs 

Collinsville — Management 

William E. Steinbrueck 
Alton — Accounting 

Gary J. Stoff 

Highland — Accounting 
Dennis Paul Tabor 

Highland — Management 

Robert L. Thayer Sr. 

Edwardsville — Management 

Stephanie Ann Tomic 

East St. Louis — Executive 
Secretarial 
William S. Vallely 

Granite City — Management 
William J. Walter 

Alton — Management 
Hezekiah Webb 

East St. Louis — Management 

Margaret Ann Wernz 

Trenton — Executive Secretarial 



Garry D. Acuncius 

Bunker Hill — Management 



IN ABSENTIA 

Diana M. Crone 

Jersey ville — Executive 
Secretarial 
Dan J. Garner 

Alton — Management 



Sandra Jean Zimmerman 
Collinsville — Executive 
Secretarial 



Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 



BUSINESS DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Robert Hal Christiansen 
Belleville — Economics 



Paul O. Crabtree Jr. 
Belleville — Economics 



Chester Zeller Jr. 

East St. Louis — Economics 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Nosratollah Sheikh Abdolhosseini 

St. Louis — Accounting 
Charles F. Aebel 

Troy — Accounting 
Roger Eugene Allen 

East Alton — Finance 
Albert Richard Arno 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Robert L. Barclay 

Granite City — Accounting 

Brian Henry Bauer 
Belleville — Finance 

Charles L. Beaty 

Wood River — Accounting 
Jerry D. Beck 

Cahokia — Accounting 
Wayne Allen Benitz 

Granite City — Management 
Systems 
Robert A. Blazis 

Springfield — Accounting 
Derry R. Booth 

Centralia — Person nel 
Earl J. Brennan Jr. 

Belleville — General Business 
Administration 
Ronald A. Bridick 

Granite City — Personnel 
Richard Arvin Brooks 

East Alton — Accounting 
Richard D. Brown 

Grafton — General Business 
Administration 
Bert Kenneth Byrd Jr. 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Michael L. Cain 

Collinsville — Marketing 
Donald E. Campbell 

Collinsville — General Business 
Administration 
Dennis Glen Carlile 

Edwardsville — Accounting 

James Barxtle Charlton 

Granite City — Management 
Systems 

David Paul Cherry 

Jennings, Missouri — Personnel 



Richard A. Chessey * 

Jonesburg, Missouri — General 
Business Administration 
Paul E. Christ 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Bruce L. Cook 

Worden — Accounting 
Daniel Joseph Creed f 

Addison — Management Systems 
Robert L. Cunningham 

Collinsville — Personnel 
Michael Anthony DaPrato 

St. Louis — Personnel 
William Henry Dempsey * 

O'Fallon — Management Systems 
Gary J. Dobos 

Gillespie — Personnel 
John Thomas Dougherty 

Ferguson, Missouri — 
Management Systems 
William J. DuBay Jr. 

Granite City — General Business 
Administration 
Earl W. Eschmann 

Columbia — Marketing 
Robert Wayne Etheridge 

Belleville — Management 
Systems 
Gary Michael Ferrero 

Collinsville — Personnel 

Edward Joseph Fosse Jr. 

Granite City — Finance 
Daniel L. Gantz 

Cottage Hills — Accounting 
J. Michael Gibbs 

Hartford — Finance 
Gerald Edward Gore 

Collinsville — Marketing 

Albert Leslie Grout 

Caseyville — General Business 
Ad ministration 

Louis R. Guillo 

Granite City — Accounting 

Patricia Schomber Hall 
Belleville — Marketing 

William Henry Hallowell Jr. 
Wood River — Accounting 



John Otis Harris Jr. 

Springfield — Economics 
Ralph Eugene Harris 

Rantoul — Econom ics 
James Ronald Hausmann 

Collinsville — Accoun ting 
Carolyn M. Hawkins 

Lebanon — A c counting 
Karl Walter Heinz 

Wood River — Economics 
Terry Hemann 

Belleville — Accoun ting 
Wayne Eugene Henson 

Alton — Accounting 
Joseph D. Hodge 

Cahokia — Finance 
Linda Gail Hodge 

Godfrey — Secretarial and Office 
Administration 
Dan Edward Holliday 

O'Fallon — Management Systems 
Gerald Wayne Hough 

Belleville — Personnel 
Robert G. Huber 

St. Louis — Accounting 
John Edward Hubert 

Collinsville — Finance 

Steven Kent Huenfeld 

St. Louis — General Business 
Administration 
Richard Kelly Ishmael 

Wood River — Personnel 
Alice Johnson 

Edwardsville — Finance 
Johnny D. Johnson 

East Alton — General Business 
Administration 
Gary R. W. Juenger 

Belleville — Accounting 

Larry R. Kammler * 

Freeburg — Management Systems 

Fraidun I. Kaspar 

Springfield — Marketing 
Dan George Knipp 

Belleville — Production 
Harry Darwin Koenig 

Wood River — Accounting 



Frank Carl Kohring 

Cahokia — Accounting 
John Patrick Krapfl 

Brentwood, Missouri — 
Management 
Gary L. Kuper 

Belleville — Accounting 
John Joseph Lacopo 

Edwardsville — Accounting 
James George Lafikes 

Alton — Economics 

Joseph J. LaMacchia 

Granite City — Accounting 
William James Langenberg 

Highland — Personnel 
Diane Frances Lawler 

East St. Louis — Accounting 
Paul Jay Lienard 

Davenport, Iowa — Marketing 
David H. Long 

East St. Louis — General 
Business Administration 
Harry Francis Lorsbach 

Grafton — Accounting 
William John Lukowski Jr. 

East St. Louis — Accounting 
Gerald Eugene Martin 

Millstadt — General Business 
Administration 
John Charles Matejka Jr. 

Belleville — Personnel 
John H. Matthews 

Belleville — Management 
Systems 

David Duane McAllister 
Lebanon — Marketing 

James E. McEvilly 

Casey ville — Marketing 

Linda Kaye Melton 
Alton — Accounting 

Ralph Louis Meyerkord 

St. Louis — Management Systems 

Thomas Grant Miner 

Granite City — Management 
Systems 

Gary L. Mollerus 

St. Louis — Marketing 

John Francis Murphy 
St. Louis — Marketing 

Peter Vito Murrill 
Chatham — Production 

James Steven Nations 

Fairview Heights — Management 
Systems 

Robert Charles Nenninger 
Overland, Missouri — Finance 

Alan I. Nicol 

Granite City — General Business 
Administration 

Paul David Nickel 
Springfield — Finance 



Earl John Oberbauer Jr. 

Edwardsville — Personnel 
Barry L. Ong 

St. Louis — Accounting 
Frederick Peck III 

Belleville — Marketing 
Jerome Lee Peebles 

Alton — General Business 
Administration 
Glenn D. Pierce 

Cahokia — Accounting 
John C. Pomeroy 

Edwardsville — Marketing 

Eldon B. Price 

Bethalto — General Business 
Administration 
Thomas Bernard Raab 

Belleville — Accounting 
Lawrence Lee Rau 

St. Louis — General Business 
Administration 
James W. Reeves 

East St. Louis — Accounting 
Barry A. Rhein f 

Collirtsville — General Business 
Administration 
Kent Young Rhoads 

Carlinville — Accounting 

Edward John Rickert 
Collinsville — Marketing 

Tunney Michael Riddle 

Columbia — Accounting 
Charlotte Ann Rinck 

Collinsville — Accounting 
Earlom C. Rives 

Alton — Management Systems 
Herbert R. Roach Jr. 

Belleville — Personnel 
Michael Roy Schuette 

Moro — Personnel 
Richard C. Schumacher * 

Belleville — Accounting 

Dennis Clyde Severit 

Belleville — Management 
Systems 

Michael Stanley Shaw 
Belleville — Accounting 

William Reed Sheeley 

Granite City — Production 
Daniel Ernest Shipp 

Granite City — Personnel 
James Ruben Lewis Small 

St. Louis — Finance 
Leslie Alan Small 

St. Louis — Accounting 

Alfred John Smith 

Godfrey — Business 
Administration 
Robert William Smith 

Venice — Marketing 

Carlotta Mary Steinacher 
Kane — Accounting 



Charles F. Stewart Jr. 

Belleville — Finance 
David William Stotlar 

Alton — Personnel 

Brian S. Strano 

Glen Ellyn — Finance 
Carl D. Swarts 

St. Louis — Marketing 
James E. Swinney 

Cottage Hills — Personnel 
Virgil C. Tebbe 

Breese — Personnel 
Norman Wallace Thompson II 

St. Louis — Finance 
Stewart F. Tippett 

St. Louis — Personnel 
Charles H. Tragesser f 

Edwardsville — Marketing, 
Management Systems 
Carl Ray Tuchalski 

Alton — Accounting 

Spencer A. Tyson 

Alton — Finance 
John Paul Wagner 

East Alton — Accounting 
Wayland Wallace Jr. 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Gary Lee Wallen 

Culver, Indiana — Personnel 
Robert A. Watson 

Alton — General Business 
Administration 
James L. Weidemann 

Belleville — Personnel 

Terry Charles Weik 

Belleville — Management 
Systems 

Stephen C. Wenger 

Ferguson, Missouri — Marketing 

Michael Norbert Wenzel 
Belleville — A ccounting 

William Howard Werner 
Granite City — Personnel 

Gordon Williams 

Grafton — Management Systems 

James A. Wilson III 
St. Louis — Marketing 

Harold Michael Winter Jr. 
St. Louis — Accounting 

David E. Wirz 

Highland — General Business 
Administration 

Gregory Wozniak 

Granite City — Marketing 

Donald Bernard Wyatt 

Florissant, Missouri — Marketing 

Richard Paul Yanes 

East St. Louis — Accounting 

John F. Yocum 

Casey ville — Manage ment 
Systems 



James Luther Bailey 

Benton, Arkansas — Marketing 



IN ABSENTIA 

James Eldon Baiter 
Alton — Personnel 



Richard Freeland Bennett 
St. Louis — Personnel 



Gerald W. Brandt 

Alton — General Business 
Administration 
Frederick G. Brauer 

Staunton — Production 
John J. Carril 

East St. Louis — Marketing 
John Andrew Collins f 

Glen Ellyn — Management 
Systems 
Prentice Allen Coyle 

St. Louis — General Business 
John Joseph Crouch 

Springfield — Aecoun ting 
Michael Lewis Crowell 

Mahomet — General Accounting 
Terry B. Davis 

Belleville — Pe rsonnel 



Rodney E. Dye 

Rochester, N.Y. — Accounting 
Larry School Gieseking 

Ferguson, Missouri — Marketing 
John Morris Gregory II 

Collinsville — Finance 

Philip C. Hartman 

Edwardsville — Finance 

Paul Henry Hellrich 

Granite City — General Business 
Administration 
John Harvey Hilgert 

East St. Louis — Marketing 
Gary L. Koch 

Hamel — Management Systems 
Michael Anthony Orlando 

St. Louis — Personnel 



David H. Scammel 

Edwardsville — Marketing 

Arlie J. Schnarre Jr. 

St. Louis — General Business 
Administration 
James R. Scroggins 

Wood River — General Business 
Administration 
Stephen Lewis Teegarden 

Hillsboro — Marketing 
William David Walter 

Alton — Marketing 
Joseph A. Yuska Jr. 

Chicago — General Business 
Administration 

Janice Elaine Zepp 

Hillsbo ro — A ceo unting 



EDUCATION DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Penelope Abdolhosseini 
Edwardsville — Psychology 

Ronald Dean Bickel 

Collinsville — Psychology 

Joseph August Bottani III 
Belleville — Psychology 

Lahna Kathleen Carlson 
Hazelwood, Missouri — 
Psychology 

Robert Ferris Field 

Collinsville — Psychology 

Larry Eugene Gibbons 
O'Fallon — Psychology 

Eugene Martin Goldader 
Carbondale — Psychology 

Samuel Joseph Jenkins 
Collinsville — Psychology 

John E. Kreisler 

Belleville — Psychology 

Michael John Krim 
Belleville — Psychology 



John Charles Mazzola f 
Collinsville — Psychology 

Wanda Lee McBride f 
Belleville — Psychology 

John G. McLagan 
Alton — Psych o logy 

Robert Douglas Meder 
Belleville — Psychology 

Danny Michael Meyer 
Glen Carbon — Psychology 

Michael Barr Mossman 
E d wa r ds ville — Psycho logy 

Dennis W. Muehring 
St. Louis — Psychology 

Kathleen Nichols 

Granite City — Psychology 
Ruth C. Ostresh *f 

Granite City — Psychology 
Joyce Marie Parker 

New Athens — Psychology 



William Robert Phillips III 
Florissant, Missouri — 
Psychology 

Raymond Randolph 
Mary ville — Psychology 

R. Matthew Reese 

Centralia — Psychology 

Marshall Dale Reiss 

East St. Louis — Psychology 

Richard Patton Reitz 
St. Louis — Psychology 

Dan R. Roland 

Granite City — Psychology 

Elizabeth M. Simpson * 
Edwardsville — Psychology 

Michael Richard Smith 
Granite City — Psychology 

Thomas John Twardowski 
Belleville — Psychology 

Carol Elaine Wilcox 

Hazel Crest — Psychology 



Michael Ross Goveia 
Belleville — Psychology 

Martha Lynn Hoel 

Belleville — Psychology 



IN ABSENTIA 

Donald P. Keeling 

Caseyville — Psychology 

Edwin J. Korte 

Wood River — Psychology 



Joe Bob McAdams Jr. 

East St. Louis — Psychology 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Mary Ann Abramovich * 
Granite City — 
Mathematics 
Kayellen Acuncius 

Bunker Hill — Elementary 
Education 
Gary Michael Ahle 
O'Fallon — Geography 



Sharon Sue Allen 

Scott Air Force Base — 
Elementary Education 
E. Jane Adams Anderson 

Fairview Heights — Elementary 
Education 
Lucille Anne Aramowicz 
Granite City — Business 
Education 



Patrick J. Asaro Jr. 

Alton — Geography 
Johnnie Mae Riley Ashford 
East St. Louis — Business 
Education 
Linda Kay Aud 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 



Sandra Joyce Austin 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Martha Lucille Baker 

Roxana — Physical Education 
Janice Bremer Bald 

Granite City — Business 
Education 
Margaret Louise Ballard 

Edwardsville — Social Studies 
Natalie Lukens Barber 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Ralph Louis Barker 

Collinsville — Mathematics 
David C. Becherer 

East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
William Joseph Belcher 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Mathematics 
Dewey A. Bell 

Granite City — History 
Mary Louise Bertetto 

Wiisonville — Elementary 
Education 
Dale L. Besse 

East St. Louis — History 
Sandra N. Bohannon 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Rebecca Suzanne Bonnell 

Alton — English 
David Lee Bosse 

South Roxana — Physical 
Education 
Sarah Morgan Bosworth 

Granite City — Psychology 
Maceo L. Bradley 

St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Karen Dale Brandon 

Chatham — Spanish 
David A. Bray * 

Trenton — Elementary Education 
Sharron Lee Brink 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
John Edgar Brooks 

Granite City — Physical 
Education 
Barbara Ann Brown 

Granite City — Mathematics 
Carol Guilander Brown * 

Kane — Special Education 
Lorraine Kincaid Brueggestrass * 

East St. Louis — English 
Rosie Jean Buckman 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Kay Paulette Budke 

Belleville — Span ish 
Robert S. Buehlhorn 

Belleville — Physical Education 
Sherlyn Kay Buhrmester 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Robert Lee Buhs 

Alton — Elementary Education 



Henry Edward Bunder 
East St. Louis — Sociology 

Tommy Lee Burch 

Dupo — Elementary Education 

Alfred B. Burroughs Jr. 
Edmundson, Missouri — 
Government 
Michael Bernard Buscher 

Aviston — History 

Joanne Barbara Buss 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Adda Stewart Caminiti 

Caseyville — Special Education 

Mary Jane Fellhauer Campbell 

Highland — Elementary 
Education 
James E. Carrow 

Highland — Social Studies 
Paul D. Chadwick 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Carol A. Chalcraft 

Edwardsville — Special Education 

James L. Chaney 

Wood River — Psychology 
Joseph W. Childress 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Betty Ann Clancy 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Colleen Clark 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Ruth Clark 

Belleville — Govern men t 

Joyce Eleanor Clement 
Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Lyndal Edward Cloud 
Gillespie — Elementary 
Education 

Karen Sue Colbert 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
David Eugene Cole 

Centralia — Social Studies 
Larry Page Coleman 

Belleville — History 

Pamela Jean Collins 

Jersey ville — Elementary 
Education 
Anthony Thomas Corona 

Alton — Physical Education 

Carol Frances Crain 

East St. Louis — Business 
Education 

Carolyn A. Crain 
Belleville — English 

Connie Lee Cronk 

Godfrey — Sociology 
Floyd Curry 

East St. Louis — Physical 
Education 

Edith Marie Dallas 
O'Fallon — Elementary 
Education 



Janet Sue Dalpozzo 
Staunton — Elementary 
Education 
Stella R. Davenport * 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Ronald Lee Davies 

Bethalto — Mathematics 
Phyllis Kay Davis 

Carlyle — Elementary Education 
Sherry Susan DeSart 
Gillespie — Elementary 
Education 
Vicki Sue Dietz 

O'Fallon— English 
Karen Gail Dix 
East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
Diane Marie Dochwat 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
June Katherine Donze 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Vivian N. Douglas 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 
Phyllis Downing 

Moro — Elementary Education 
Barbara Ann Driesner 
Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Suzanne Duby 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Jacquelin Rae Duniphan 
Glen Carbon — Business 
Education 
Lorin Bruce Dunn 

Alton — History 
Jessee L. Dye 

Belleville — Art Education 
Carole Llewellyn Eager 

Edwardsville — Special Education 
Stephen K. Eaton 

Alton — Psychology 
Laura Louise Edwards 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Rodney Earl Edwards 

Cahokia — Elementary Education 
Margaret Cochran Ellerbrook 
Litchfield — Elementary 
Education 
John Wellington Elmore III 

St. Louis — Business Education 
Mary Elizabeth Eson 
Edwardsville — Business 
Education 
Carolyn Jeanette Evans 
South Roxana — Special 
Education 
Charles Victor Evans 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Betty Jane Ewing 

Normandy, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
Nino Alex Fennoy 

East St. Louis — Physical 
Education 



Ruth Ann Ficker 

Jerseyville — Business Education 

Lynnette Birger Finley 

Collinsville — Business Education 
Lynn Louise Forcade * 
Freeburg — Elementary 
Education 
Natalie Janette Ford 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Loretta Margaret Hill Foster 
Florissant, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
Winifred L. Fravle 

East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Monna Carol French 

Caseyville — Special Education 
Connie Lynn Frerker 

Carlyle — Elementary Education 
Glen Dale Gaddy 
Alton — History 
Orella F. Gansmann 

St. Jacob — Business Education 
Patrick Garde 

Edwardsville — English 
Catherine Sue Garner 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Jane Wiley Garrett 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Charlotte A. Gauen 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Gerald William Gebauer 
Jennings, Missouri — Art 
Education 
Edith Marie Gerhard 
Highland — Elemen tary 
Education 
Joseph Morgan Giglotto, Sr. 

Collinsville — Social Studies 
Linda W. Givens 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
James Harold Glaeser 
Alton — Mathematics 
Willa Beth Godbey 

Litchfield — Elementary 
Education 
Joanne Schulz Goeddel 
Waterloo — Elemen tary 
Education 
Mary Ann Gogloza 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Robert Wray Goodwin 

Edwardsville — General Science 
Evelyn Marie Gregory ** 
Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Jacqueline Lee Guennewig 

Troy — Elementary Education 
Rosalie Ann Gula 

Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Cassandra Jo Gunn 

Hillsboro — Elementary 
Education 



Melvin Charles Gunter 

Belleville — History 
Georgia Ann Habermehl 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Opal Jaspring Hale 

Nashville — Elementary 
Education 
Helen Marie Hall 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Judith A. Harper 

Jerseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Janice M. Harris 

Alton — Business Education 

Martha Lamb Harris * * * 
Edwardsville — English 

Myrtle Almeda Harris 
St. Louis — English 

John W. Harrison 

Madison — History 
Carol Jean Hasting 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Stephen Ray Heal 

Mt. Olive — Special Education 

Mary Ann Hechenberger 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Eugene Lawrence Hendricks 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Mona Jean Henke * 

Belleville — Social Studies 
Diane Helen Dust Henning 

Highland — Business Education 
Mary Beth Herron 

Collinsville — Ele mentary 
Education 
Lynn Ann Hervatin 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
William Michael Hettenhausen 

Belleville — History 
Elaine Carol Hillman * 

Jerseyville — Mathematics 

Dale Uriah Francis Hinton 

Alton — Elementary Education 

Barbara Ann Hoffman 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Joyce Ann Hogan 

Granite City — English 

Virginia Marie Holtz 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Marian Elizabeth Horvat 
East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Ann Horvath 

Granite City — Psychology 

Anita Anglin Howell * 

Abilene, Texas — Mathematics 

Sandra Marie Howell 
East Alton — Elementary 
Education 



Sandra Lucille Hubbartt * * 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Claire Jean Hughes * 

St. Louis — Physical Education 
Shelby Jean Hummel 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Ann Hunt 

Hartford — Business Education 
Howard William Hunze 

Ferguson, Missouri — Business 
Education 
Linda Lee Hurley 

Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Ronald Jacobsmeyer 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Psychology 
Edna Yvonne Harris James 

East St. Louis — English 
Lou Ann Juanita James 

Belleville — English 
Mary Grace Jarvis 

Ferguson, Missouri — Physical 
Education 
Mary Patricia Jegglin * 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Brenda Ann Dewese Jenkins 

Wood River — English 
Autumn Ann Jimerson 

Madison — Elementary 
Education 
Joseph Edward Johnson III 

Cahokia — Chemistry 
Mary Anita Johnson 

Godfrey — Physical Education 
Gary Kenneth Jones 

Belleville — History 
Janet Sue Kammann 

Belleville — Mathematics 
Emil Kania 

East Alton — History 
Oleta Mae Cross Kartman * 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Betty Jean Kaufman * 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Deanna Bess Hulsizer Kelly 

Collinsville — History 
Kathryn Diane Travis Kennedy 

Alton — Art Education 
David Edgar Kinder 

Golden Eagle — Physics 
Janice Faye Klein 

Moro — Elementary Education 
Ronald Charles Knauel 

Jerseyville — Psychology 
Rosemary Connelly Kniker 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Jan Elizabeth Kohli 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Loretta Weber Kulash 

Staunton — Elementary 
Education 



Roberta Ann Kurrus 

Belleville — History 
Gail Diane Lando 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 

Catherine Ann Langan 
Lebanon — Elementary 
Education 
Suzanne Minton Laurent 
Collinsville — Special 
Education 
William Leonard Jr. 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 
Larry Joe Leverenz 

Edwardsville — Physical 
Education 
Gayle Renee Lewis 

East St. Louis — Business 
Education 
Patricia A. Lilly 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Rebecca R. Lintz 

Bethalto — Art Education 
Allen L. Lobdell 

Granite City — Mathematics 

Phyllis Jean Logsdon 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Thomas E. Lohman 

Aviston — Geography 
Joyce Anne Luddington 
O'Fallon — Elementary 
Education 
Maude Leora Luebbert * 
Edwardsville — Special 
Education 
Barbara Luszowski 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
William Edgar Maddox Jr. 

Alton — History 
Ruth Ann Maedge 

Troy — Elementary Education 

Lawrence N. Mank Jr. 

Belleville — Psychology 
Janis M. Marchand 

East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
John Charles Marino 

St. Louis — Art Education 
Gracie Ann Mary 

Godfrey — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Ann Mattingley 

Belleville— English 
Pamela Jo Kingery Maurer 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Evelyn Charlene Mazurier 

Collinsville — Special Education 
Donna Ruth McBrian * 

Granite City — English 
Patricia Ann McCartney 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Alice McCleish * 

Roxana — Elementary Education 



Sharon Marie Meldi 

Wilsonville — Elementary 
Education 
Martha Joanne Merk 

Jennings, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 
Ella Marie Mickles 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Helen F. Middeke 

Aviston — Elementary Education 
Elbie Milazzo 

East Alton — Physical Education 

Claudia Sue Moodey 

Marine — Art Education 
Mary Elizabeth Mueller 

Belleville — E lementary 
Education 
Barbara Ann Mulnik 

Venice — Elementary Education 

Elaine Anne Myers 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Joseph Thomas Naylor 

Granite City — Geography 
Helen Virginia Nelson 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 

Linda Mae Nelson 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
George John Nemeth 
Granite City — Physical 
Education 
Lorna Mae Ninmer 
Wood River — Physical 
Education 
Linda Jo Shelton Nussbaum 
Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
William R. Oberkrom 

St. Louis — History 
William J. O'Connell, Jr. 
East St. Louis — Physical 
Education 

Linda J. Oelheim 

Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Maria Kay Ohm 

Edwardsville — Mathematics 
Sue Ann Orlet 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Tresa Ortiz 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Oser 

East St. Louis — Chemistry 
Faye Lucille Pabst 

Belleville — Business Education 
Virginia Pace 

Venice — Business Education 
Mary Carolyn Parchment * 
Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Jan Parker 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 



Constance J. Parkinson 
Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 

Mary Ann Parrill 

Wood River — Special Education 

Gerald Anthony Michael Patton 
Spanish Lake, Missouri — Art 
Education 

Cheryl Judith Payne 

Alton — Elementary Education 

Doris J. Phillips 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
Cheryl Sue Pond 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Sandra Louise Potillo 

Granite City — English 
Robert Lee Prange 

St. Louis — Physical Education 

Larry J. Price 

Cottage Hills — History 
Daniel Edward Pryor 

Alton — Physical Education 

Cheryl Lynn Pyle 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Marilyn Quain 

Collinsville — English 

Martha Jean Ramers 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Lavoy Reed 

East St. Louis — History 
Judith Kay Reichert 

Alton — Elementary Education 

Kenneth M. Reiss, Jr. 
Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Joan Ann Reissen 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Janet Catherine Reitz 
Waterloo — Elementary 
Education 
Rosalie Rhoads 

Alton — Special Education 

Mary Humphrey Rhodes 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 

Cheryl Ann Richey 
Alton — Sociology 

Jean Carol Roach 

Alton — Elementary Education 

Mary J. Roach 

Jerseyville — History 

Nelma L. Roach 

Bethalto — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara Milam Robinson 

Salem — Elementary Education 

Jeanette Roenicke * 

East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Martha A. Rogers 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 



Donna Marie Mischwitz Roniger 
Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara Elaine Rull 
Staunton — Elemen tary 
Education 
Nancy Rose Sabo 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Diane I. Sackman 

Alton — Business Education 
Arthur L. Sampson 

Edwardsville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Phyllis Medcalf Satterfield 
New Baden — Elementary 
Education 
Phyllis Jean Allen Savage 

St. Louis — Business Education 
JoAnne Sawyer 

Gillespie — Elementary 
Education 
Carol Hutchens Scaggs 
Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Rosemary Schaefer 

Smithton — History 
Russel E. Seheibel 

Belleville — Geography 
Jane Ellen Schlattweiler 
Casey ville — Eementary 
Education 
Marjorie Ann Schmidt 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Vicki June Lipsey Schmidt 
Wood River — Business 
Education 
Ronald Clarence Schneider 

Marine — Mathematics 
Linda Lea Schoppet * * 
Collinsville — Elemen tary 
Education 
Ann Jane Schubert 

Wood River — History 
Candice L. Schuler 

Columbia — History 
Deborah Ann Scott 

Beckemeyer — Elementary 
Education 
Sheila Marie Seitzinger :;; 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 
Faye A. Sessions 

East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Pamela Miller Shatto 
Bridgeton, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
Donald Wayne Sherman 

Alton — Mathematics 
Mary Elizabeth Sims 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Yvonne Charlene King Slaughter 
Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Katherine Helen Slavens 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 



Ann Susan Smith 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Catherine M. Smith * 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Gloria J. Humphrey Smith 
East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
William Franklin Smith 
East Alton — Physical 
Education 

Connie Ann Soulsby 

Mt. Olive — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Jean Springman 

Alton — English 
Janet Leah Spurgeon 

Bethalto — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Ann Stark 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Sheri Lynn Martin Stauffer * 

E dwa rds ville — Span ish 
Carolyn Sue Stenzel 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 

Penny Sue Stolze 

Alton — Elementary Education 

Susan Bailey Stubbs 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Barbara Cichon Sturgeon 
East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Terry Arther Suhre 
Granite City — Business 
Education 
Shirley Thelma Sullivan 
Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Robert Clark Suprunowski 
Belleville — Government 

Peggy Sutton 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
John Rudolph Svoboda 
Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Janet Gail Swain 

O'Fallon — Elementary 
Education 
Flora L. Tauchert 

Casey ville- — Elementary 
Education 
Thomas M. Taul 
Alton — History 
Ronald John Tedesco 

Belleville — Mathematics 
Virginia Sweetman Thomas 

Alton — Elementary Education 
William J. Thome 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Yvonne E. Thornton 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Vivian Carol Tiemann 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 



Joan G. Toeben 

Breese — Elementary Education 
Deloris Valeria Tucker 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
James Milan Tucker Jr. 

O'Fallon— English 
Robert L. Underwood 

Belleville — History 

Kathleen Ann Urban 

East St. Louis — Business 
Education 
Mary Katherine Van Hooser 

Edwardsville — Special 
Education 
Barbara Lee Vinson 

East St. Louis — Biology 
Joseph Earl Vollmer 

Belleville — Physical Education 
Carol Irene Wagner 

Staunton — Elementary 
Education 
Doretta Anita Walker 

St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Phyllis Kay Dorsey Walker 

Moro — Elementary Education 
Terrell Nathan Walker 

St. Louis — History 
Sharon Ruth Wallace 

Collinsville — Physical Education 
Gwen Wallis 

Centralia — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Beth Walters 

Belleville — Business Education 
Gwen Andrea Watson 

Wood River — Physical 
Education 
Annie Jean Watts 

St. Louis — Mathematics 
Margaret Emma Weber 

St. Louis — Special Education 
Janet Ann Wegener 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Alan Lynn Weidler 

Mt. Olive — History 
Patricia Jones Werner 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Edward Malcolm Whiting II 

Belleville — Psychology 
Terry Ann Wicker 

Roxana — Physical Education 
Mary Louise Wiesen 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Phyllis V. Wiggins * 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Sharon Ann Wilde 

Columbia — Elementary 
Education 
Gary Lee Williams 

Jerseyville — Biology 
Lana L. Williams 

Granite City — Elementary , 
Education 



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Rusherye Jerdean Williams 
East St. Louis — Business 
Education 
Eyvonne Sue Williamson ** 
Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Dennis I. Wilschetz 

Bethalto — Physical Education 
George D. Wilson, Jr. 
Bethalto — Elemen tary 
Education 



Jo-Ann Shirley Wollam 
O'Fallon — Elementary 
Education 
Birdia Ruth Woods 

Alton — English 
Janis Knorr Wortham 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Andrew R. Wray 

Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 



Neil Edward Wyatt * 

Highland — Elementary 
Education 
Sonja Gowin Yagow 

Collinsville — Special Education 
Doris Zimmerman 

Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Dennis H. Zorumski 

East Alton — English 



JoAnn Ashford 

Godfrey — Special Education 

Garrett Ray Collins 

East Alton — Physical Education 
Jeanne Marie Conrad 

McHenry — English 

Patricia Ann Conrad 

McHenry — Business Education 

Carolyn Ann Crilly 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Delores Jo Ebert 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Jane Farley 

St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Diane Margaret David Foster 
St. Charles, Missouri — 
Psychology 



IN ABSENTIA 

Marjorie Jean Gallauer 

Granite City — Business 
Education 
Phyllis Marie Herrin 

Alton — Elementary Education 

Gladys M. Jordan 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Susan Maureen Karp 
Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Virginia L. Klosterhoff 
Okawville — Elementary 
Education 
Alta Gracia Myers 

St. Louis — Special Education 

Sandra L. Phillips * 

Jennings, Missouri — Elementary 
Education 



Mary Rigdon Prindable 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Jeanne Eunice Rhoads 

Bethalto — Elementary 
Education 
Tom Otto Riggs 

Highland — Physical Education 
David L. Roady 

Granite City — Mathematics 

Louise B. Stone 

Scott Air Force Base — 
Elementary Education 
Ruth Louise Uchtmann 

Sparta — Elementary Education 

Rita Mae Winkelmann 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 



FINE ARTS DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Margo Ann Ammann 

Highland — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 

Patricia Ann Bakula 

St. Louis — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 

Steven M. Balen 

Litchfield — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 

Nancy Vickers Beck 
Gillespie — Art 

James Edward Andrew Belter Sr. 
Millstadt — Speech 

Nancy Jo Burke 

East St. Louis — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Susan W. Criminger f 

Edwardsville — Speech 
Michael L. Dunn 

Cahokia — Art 

Donna Kay Dustman 

Bethalto — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Karen Cecelia Evans 

Belleville — Speech 



John Cornelius Frye f 

Alton — Art 
Terrence Joseph Ganey 

Belleville — Mass 
Communications 
Beverly Ann Steen Gotthardt 

St. Louis — Speech 
Harold Kirkland Hard III *f 

Wood River — Speech 
Emma Lee Hardemon 

Chicago — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Ronald Dean Harrod 

East Alton — Speech 
Mary Hartshorn 

Wood River — Art 
Donald Garrett Howren 

St. Louis — Music 
Linda S. Jacobs 

O'Fallon — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Sharon Elizabeth Johnson 

Belleville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Neal Steven Kassebaum 

O'Fallon — Mass 
Communications 



Judy Lynn Kemp 

Collinsville — Theater 
Carter Eugene Knipping 

Granite City — Art 
Philip Arthur Kocis 

Gillespie — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Peter I. Maer 

Granite City — Mass 
Communications 
Nancy Jean Gruer Mazanec 

Florissant, Missouri — Art 
Richard T. Meyers f 

Edwardsville — Art 

Ruth De Gentil Minton 
E d wardsville — A rt 

Rosemary Lucille Mueller **f 
Edwardsville — Speech 

Mariann Musso 

Benld — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 

Wenifred C. Nash 

Centreville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 

Ann Marie Randall 
Alton — Art 



Jane L. Reinsch 

Collinsville — Mass 
Communications 
Larry Alan Roseberry 

Edwardsville — Art 

Mary Ellen Sehaefer 

Belleville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Gail B. ScheUer 

Livingston — Art 

Edwin R. Schmidt 
O'Fallon — Mass 
Communications 



Richard Edward Schmitt 

East St. Louis — Art 
Roger Leroy Seals 

Edwardsville — Art 
David A. Sitko 

Staunton — Art 
Susan Frances Slade f 

Granite City — Art 
Louis Dale Smith Jr. 

Granite City — Art 
Joyce Elaine Stephens 

St. Louis — Art 



Dimitrina Petrova 
Stamboldjiev f * * * 

Granite City — Art 
Janet E. Statton 

Granite City — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Theodora Darlene Tonkinson 

Alton — Speech 
Dorothy June West 

Granite City — Art 
Gregory D. White 

Glen Carbon — Art 
Dorene E. Wilde rman f * 

Alton — Art 



IN ABSENTIA 

Candace Shivers 

Wood River — Theater 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Joseph Lee Bauman 

Staunton — Music Education 
Ray Bourland 

Troy — Music Education 
Margaret Gene Boyer f 

East St. Louis — Music 
Performance 
Linda Sue Bridges 

Hazelwood, Missouri — Music 
Education 
Mary Virginia Callaway f 

New York, New York — Music 
Education 
Roberta Jo Carlton 

Collinsville — Music Education 
Cheryl Annette Cockrell 

Granite City — Music Education 
David William Engelke *f 

Worden — Music Performance 



David Wayne Enloe 

East Alton — Music Education 
Edward A. Fulton 

Troy — Music Education 
Sheila Mira Gale f 

Florissant, Missouri — Music 
Performance 

La Vara Jane Jones 

Florissant, Missouri — Music 
Education 
Karen Sue Kesl 

Edwardsville — Music 
Performance 
Benjamin Larry King 

Hillsboro — Music Education 
Michael Edwin Logan 

Belleville — Music Education 



Paul Edward Mabrey f 

Ferguson, Missouri — Music 
Education 
Kathleen Ann McCalla 

Granite City — Music Education 
John R. Murphy *f 

Minot, North Dakota — Music 
Performance 

Sharon Reichow 

Edwardsville — Music Education 
Diane Katherine Voelkerding 

Washington, Missouri — Music 
Education 
Pamela Ruth Whitlow 

Belleville — Music Education 
Linda Carolyn Wolf 

Bunker Hill — Music Education 
Clinton Paul Wooderson 

Carlinville — Music Education 



Ralph Monroe Buels f 
Odessa, Texas — Music 
Performance 



IN ABSENTIA 

Robert Laird Harris *f 

Creve Coeur, Missouri — Music 
Performance 
Kirtley F. Pavitt *f 

Clayton, Missouri — Music 
Performance 



Richard Lennard Smith 

Bel Ridge, Missouri — Music 
Education 



HUMANITIES DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Frank Alexander Aleman *f 
East St. Louis — Spanish 

Cordelia Lynn Brown f 
Collinsville 

Mary Kay Burress 
Alton — English 



Cecil Vernon Carver Jr. 

Alton — English 
Janet Grace Clark f 

Godfrey — English 

Arnold G. Driesner 
Highland — German 



Linda M. Driesner **f 
Caseyville — German 

Manfred H. Driesner 
Caseyville — German 

Phillip Arthur Franklin 
St. Louis — English 



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John Martin Goodwin Jr. 

Belleville — Philosophy 
Alice Morgan Grant f 

St. Louis — English 
Alana Grob 

Belleville — Ph ilosophy 
Sharon Sue Gusewelle **f 

Granite City — English 
Cathleen Mary Hignight * * 

East Alton — German 
Jack Edward Hoover 

Edwardsville — English 
Raymonde H. Jackson 

Cottage Hills — French 
Stella Johnson 

O' Fallon— English 
Janet Marie Koehne 

Brighton — English 
Dan R. Kuhn 

Greenville — English 

Almeda Marie Lahr f 
Granite City — Spanish 

Velma L. Lambert 

East St. Louis — English 



Frances C. Leighty 

Wood River — English 
Carole Berta Levin *f 

Winnetka — History 
Ronald Ormond Marr 

Bethalto — German 
Harry K. McCord 

Troy — English 
Martha A. Mudd f 

Dupo — English 
Jacqueline Ann Noll **f 

Edwardsville — English 
Wayne Thomas Puricelli f 

Jennings, Missouri — English 

Barbara Ann Sallenbach 

East St. Louis — Philosophy 
Virginia H. Schlichter 

Alton — English 
Christine Gail Schrumm * 

St. Louis — Spanish 
David John Schwaninger 

Webster Groves, Missouri — 
Philosophy 



Harlen Lee Shaw 

Bethalto — English 
Warren Jay Smadbeck Jr. 

New York, New York — 
English 
Charles Suarez 

East St. Louis — Spanish 
James Stephen Taylor f 

Edwardsville — English 
Gail Fuller Trent 

Edwardsville — Spanish 
Otha Lee Trotter 

Centreville — German 
David H. Van Aken 

Lebanon — English 
Lorraine Walsh 

Alton — Professional Writing 
Phyllis King Wilkinson 

Granite City — English 
Ruth Ann Bruce Wilson f 

Alton — English 

Kathleen A. Zeable *f 
Collinsville — Philosophy 



Jean Chappell 

Scott Air Force Base 



IN ABSENTIA 

Barbara O'Malley Daley 
-French Belleville — English 

Kathleen Ann Farley 
St. Louis — French 



Daniel Langehaug 
East Alton — English 



DIVISION OF NURSING 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Linda Diane Barbeau 

East St. Louis — Nursing 
Evelyn Marie Bates 

Chesterfield — Nursing 
Barbara C. Beebe * 

Godfrey — Nursing 
Cherl Fern Benson 

Metropolis — Nursing 
Kay Ellen McElwain Berquist 

Garrison, North Dakota — 
Nursing 
Karen Jean Boswell 

Anna — Nursing 
Peggy Lee Brinegar 

Fithian — Nursing 
Barbara Ann Buchanan 

Auburn — Nursing 
Janet Kay Carlson 

Urbana — Nursing 
Lois Ardell Caulkins 

Alton — Nursing 
Etta Ruth Helen Clark 

Carbondale — Nursing 
Roxy Vollmer Collins 

Belleville — Nursing 



Gloria Elaine Franks 

Rockford — Nursing 
Cynthia Sue Hinds * 

Elkhart — Nursing 
Patricia Marie Jackson 

Naperville — Nursing 
Carmeline Marie Jones 

Langleyville — Nursing 
Cheryl Marie Killion 

Alton — Nursing 
Helen Stahlschmidt King 

Wood River — Nursing 
Walter Alan McDonald 

Charleston — Nursing 
Sylvia Blandon Mitchell 

East St. Louis — Nursing 
Sheryl Lynn Moberly 

Orange Park, Florida — Nursing 
Jane Amee Moyers 

Sandwich — Nursing 

Ronald Eugene O'Neal 
McLeansboro — Nursing 

Edith G. Ozolins 
Chicago — Nursing 



Martha Lee Purdy * 

Grafton — Nursing 
Jane Anne Ralph 

Edinburg — Nursing 
Jennie Lee Maidlow Randolph 

Palestine — Nursing 
Linda Jean Roosevelt 

Albion — Nursing 
Diane Lynn Schlake 

East St. Louis — Nursing 
Sharon Ann Seager 

Cahokia — Nursing 
Jane Anne Sanders Tobey 

McLeansboro — Nursing 
Sandra Kay Triplett 

Effingham — Nursing 
Margery Ann Ver Merris 

Des Plaines — Nursing 

Carolyn Kay White 

Granite City — Nursing 

Sharon Roberts Workman 
Collinsville — Nursing 

Kathleen Suter Zeisel * 
Collinsville — Nursing 



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IN ABSENTIA 

William George Homan 
Godfrey — Nursing 



SCIENCE AND TECHOLOGY DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



David Allen Barker 
Bethalto — Chemistry 

Dale Louis Bartels 

Edwardsville — Biology 

Gerald H. Bemis 

God f rey — B io logy 
John W. Bero 

Alton — Mathematics 
Walter Frederick Black 

Godfrey — Chemistry 
Louis H. Boeckmann 

Trenton — Biology 
James Paul Cleland 

Mascoutah — Biology 
Larry Wayne Decker 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Mathematics 
John P. Dejnozka f 

Bridgeton, Missouri — 
Mathematics 
Robert Henry Fenton 

Belleville — Chemistry 
Carolyn Johnson Harris 

East St. Louis — Chemistry 
Richard Craig Hodshire 

Granite City — Biology 
Helen Kathleen Huyler 

O'Fallon — Biology 



Joe Allen Kelley 

Collinsville — Chemistry 
E. Keith Kelly 

Collinsville — Chemistry 

Rodney C. Koch 

Edwardsville — Biology 

Dennis Frank Lawler f 
East St. Louis — Biology 

Matt L. McCaskill 
Alton — Biology 

Eric Walter Merz 

Belleville — Biology 
William Clarence Meyers 

Hartford — Mathematics 

Paul Allen Mills Jr. 

Maplewood, Missouri — Biology 

Donna Haigh Mitten f 
East St. Louis — Biology 

Charles J. Morgan f 
Belleville — Physics 

Jack Glen Nagel 
Godfrey — Biology 

Frank J. Pawloski 

Belleville — Biology 
Richard D. Rankin 

Wood River — Chemistry 



Margaret Jean Reents f 
Litchfield — Biology 

Richard Edward Sample 
Crystal Lake — Biology 

Gayle Ann Schmidt 
Godfrey — Chemistry 

John L. Smith 

Edwardsville — Chemistry 

Ronald George Tellor 

Granite City — Chemistry 
Richard James Tscherney 

Highland — Ma thematics 
Barbara Buss VanVooren * 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 
Larry Berthel Vick 

Red Bud — Chemistry 
Anthony Gerald Wagner 

Alton — Zoology 
Marvin Gale Walker 

Hazelwood, Missouri — 
Chemistry 
Frank Clyde Walton 

Granite City — Biology 
Ronald Eugene White 

DeSoto, Missouri — Chemistry 
Donald Neil Wyatt 

Troy — Biology 



Mary Christine Grant 
Edwardsville — Chemistry 



IN ABSENTIA 

David Andrew Hill 
Belleville — Physics 



Ronald Alvin Jansen 

Granite City — Chemistry 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



David Michael Allen 

St. Louis — Mathematics 
Sandra Jo Brown 

Granite City — Medical 
Technology 
Marianne Margaret Burgard 

St. Louis — Medical Technology 
Donald Joseph Demsky 

Ferguson, Missouri — 
Engineering 
Thomas Edward Doussard 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 
Helen Marie Ely * 

Bethalto — Mathematics 
Earl J. Flynn 

East St. Louis — Engineering 



Darrol Eugene Gasawski 
Caseyville — Physics 

James Haskell 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 
Larry Eugene Hubbard 

Eldred — Mathematics 
Leon Jacobs 

Alton — Physics 
Charles R. Kimble 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 

Karlyn Lee Klopmeier 

Edwardsville — Mathematics 

Warren Dean Lueker 
Worden — Mathematics 

Ray Hamilton Lumpkins f 
Florissant, Missouri — 
Engineering 



Michael Terrance McDole 

Staunton — Mathematics 
Michael C. Mudd 

Cahokia — Mathematics 
Charles Howard Owens 

St. Louis — Mathematics 
Robert H. Pape**f 

Dorsey — Electronic Engineering 
Edward H. Phelps Jr. 

Godfrey — Engineering 
Richard Anthony Przada 

Belleville — Engineering 
Diana Sue Raines 

East St. Louis — Medical 
Technology 
Lawrence Martin Reisinger 

Cahokia — Mathematics 



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Lambert Robert Rozycki 
Granite City — Mathematics 

Harry LaVern Spies 
Greenville — Physics 

Terry Weiss 

Pierron — Mathematics 



Daniel L. Whiteside 

Collinsville — Engineering 

Sidney Blanchard Whitfield Jr. 
St. Louis — Biology 

Mary Margaret Wieter 

Breese — Medical Technology 



Donald Neil Wyatt 

Troy — Biology 
Bruce Aaron Yasitis 

Collinsville — Physics 



Kathryn Ann Dingeldein 
Alton — Mathematics 



IN ABSENTIA 

Albert Ray Evans 
Casey ville — Biology 

Frances Elaine Sibley 
Godfrey — Mathematics 



James Michael Williams 
Granite City — Mathematics 



SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Donald Vernon Ayres 

Grafton — History 
Rose Marie Bagsby 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 

Nancy L. Barr 

Edwardsville — Social Welfare 

Ruthie L. Barry 

St. Louis — -Social Welfare 

Terry L. Baumer 

Collinsville — Sociology 

Joseph I. Beveridge Jr. 

Springfield — Sociology 
Gregory Allen Bevirt 

Belleville — History 
Jerald Joseph Bonifield 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
John W. Booher 

Scott Air Force Base — 
Government 
Andrew Robert Brauer 

St. Louis — Geography 
Larry Duane Brown 

East Alton — Anthropology 

Shirley Jean Carlson 

St. Louis — History 
Robert L. Cope * 

St. Louis — Government 
Stephen L. Crain 

Belleville — History 

Martha Lynn Davis 

Alton — History 
James Patrick Donnelly 

St. Louis — History 

Sue Anne Doolin 

Effingham — Sociology 

James William Dorman * * 
East Alton — Government 

Roger William Ellsworth 
Mulberry Grove — History 

James E. Erb 

Alton — Social Welfare 

Thomas Roy Erson 
Troy — Geography 

Robert Louis Fruhwirth 
Belleville — Sociology 



Robert C. Fulton 

Belleville — History 
Michael Jay Galanis 

Granite City — Government 
Marilyn Genelle Gehrke * 

Alton — A n thropology 
Frank English Gillespie Sr. 

Godfrey — History 
Melvin Charles Gunter 

Belleville — Histo ry 
Sarah Walker Hofer 

Granite City — Sociology 
James Michael Hoff 

St. Louis — Sociology 
Kathleen Ann Hoff 

St. Louis — Sociology 
Earline Lockett Howard 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Roger F. Hulting 

Troy — Sociology 
Maybelle Day Huskey 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Gayle Ann Hutton 

Edwardsville — Social Welfare 
James Joseph Joyce 

Caseyville — Social Welfare 
William B. Kehl 

Belleville — Geography 
Velma Lucille Phillips Keith 

Wood River — Sociology 
Deborah Kusmanoff 

Wood River — History 
Sherry Dale Lamper **f 

E dwa rds ville — His to ry 
Lauren Thomas Lapinski 

Granite City — Government 
Kathy Denny Lawhon 

Festus, Missouri — Sociology 

Sandra Joy Lawhon *f 

Belleville — History 
Diane M. Ledergerber 

LeMay, Missouri — Sociology 
Lawrence R. Lutz 

St. Louis — Geography 
Joseph S. Malkowski 

St. Louis — Geography 



Carole Jean Malone 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Eldon W. Martin 

Edwardsville — History 

Berla Diane Mayberry 

Florissant, Missouri — Social 
Welfare 

William Kenneth McClain 

East St. Louis — Government 
Kathleen Ann McGuire 

St. Louis — Social Welfare 
William F. McNeil 

Wood River — Government 
John Meskauskas 

East St. Louis — Geography 

Timothy George Middleton f 

Edwardsville — History 
John L. Miles 

St. Louis — Government 
Stephen Lynn Morris 

Alton — History 
Saundra Kay Mosby 

Alton — Government 
John Allen Mueth 

Belleville — Government 

Ronald W. Nitz 

Belleville — Sociology 
Judith E. Noud 

Granite City — Government 
Sharon M. Openlander 

St. Louis — Social Welfare 
James Gary Oseland 

Alton — History 
Kenneth Henry Owens 

Wood River — Government 
Karen Marie Peters 

Belleville — Social Welfare 
Michael Toby Peterson 

Glendale, Missouri — 
Anthropology 

Mary Helen Quinn 

St. Louis — History 
Ruth E. Ratzlaff 

Edwardsville — Social Welfare 
Tommy O. Rehling 

Millstadt — Sociology 



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Patti J. Reinking 

Alton — Social Welfare 
Allen J. Reiter 

Edwardsville — History 
Carolina Mae Rewerts 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Sylvia Ann Reynolds *f 

East St. Louis — History 
Larry Douglas Rudder 

East St. Louis — History 
Ronald James Schmidt 

Cahokia — History 
Randall Graham Schneider * 

Belleville — History 
Carl E. Schuler 

Columbia — History 
Dennis Walter Sienko 

Bethalto — Sociology 
Richard Clark Stephenson Jr. 

Collinsville — Government 
Betty Marie Stiritz 

God f rey — Soc io logy 



Mark R. Swanson f 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Robert Douglas Swegle Jr. 

Alton — Sociology 
Michael L. Taylor 

Alton — Govern men t 
John P. Tenikat 

Benld — Sociology 
Booker Theodis Thomas 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 
Deborah Ann Tragesser ***f 

Edwardsville — Sociology 

Hagop Varadian 

Granite City — Government 

Sharon Marie Vinson 
East St. Louis — History 

Louis Walter Voudrie 

Cahokia — History 
William Bruce Wahrenburg 

Belleville — Geography 
Philip Albert Waigand 

Belleville — Sociology 



Kenneth Wendel Webster Jr. 

St. Louis — History 
Benjamin Weinstein 

East St. Louis — History 
Stanley Allen Welch 

Springfield — History 

Michael C. Willett 

Des Plaines — Government 
Robert Charles Wilson 

St. Louis — Sociology 
Joanne Woods 

East St. Louis — Social Welfare 

Mary Ellen York * 

Edwardsville — History 

Frederick Martin Young 
Oakville, Ontario Canada — 
Geography 

John A. Young 
St. Louis — History 

Robert Livingston Young 
Belleville — Government 

Rita Hackett Zimmerman 
South Roxana — Sociology 



Mary Ann Brubaker 
Robinson — Sociology 

Gordon Dallon Bush 

East St. Louis — Geography 
Thomas John Burke 

Belleville — Government 
Daniel Lee Cracchiola 

St. Louis — History 



IN ABSENTIA 

Marvin Rickard Fitzpatrick 

East Alton — Government 
Dennis Michael Hamilton 

Wood River — Anthropology 
Vernon Lester Johannes 

St. Louis — Sociology 
Robert E. McBeth 

Belleville — Geography 
Kenneth John Moesec 

St. Louis — History 



Richard Alan Page 
Roxana — Geography 

John N. Pavlow Jr. 
Madison — Geography 

John Rodney Pegg 
Trenton — Geography 

Toni Jan Pick 

Salem — Social Welfare 



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Candidates for the Master's Degree 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



MASTER OF ARTS 



Jeanette Steele Blair, B.A. 
Memphis State University 
(Tennessee), 1968— English 
Lucille Ragan Copeland, B.S. in 
Ed., University of Missouri, 1967 
English 
Janet Lane Edwards, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1966 
English 
Patricia E. Hicks, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Mathematics 



Joan Charlene Kaltenbach, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966— English 
Michael R. Lindsley, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— English 
John D. Myers, B.A. 

Blackburn College (Illinois), 
1959— English 
Wayne Leonard Pike, B.S. 
Bemidji State College 

(Minnesota), 1967 — English 



David Christopher Quigley, B.A. 
St. John's College (New York), 
1954— English 
Raymond Aloysius Schlueter, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1965 
Biology 
Scott Gordon Wilson, B.A. 
University of Buffalo (New 
York), 1968— English 



Carole Jane Cavitt, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1964 
English 



IN ABSENTIA 

Marshall Dyer, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963— English 

C. Maia Gallaher, B.A. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1955 — Psychology 



Lorene Fern Isaacs, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962— English 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



William Edward Albright, B.S.I.E. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1962 — Business 
Administration 
Jeffrey Joseph Belanger, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Business Administration 
Donald R. Brockman, B.S. in Bus. 
Adm., University of Missouri, 
1967 — Business Administration 
Jimmie Paul Cato, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Business Administration 
Nand Dalai, B.S. in Chem. Engr. 
University of Missouri, 1966 
Business Administration 
Robert Dean Forsee, B.S.E.E. 
University of Illinois, 1958; 

M.S.E.E. 
University of Southern 
California, 1964 — Business 
Administration 
Darla Penelope Halverson, B.S. in 
Econ., University of Illinois, 1964 
Business Administration 
Henry James Halverson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Business Administration 



Donald E. Harris, B.S. 

University of Tennessee, 1961 
Business Administration 
Gary Lee Henderson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 
William L. Hodge, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Business Administration 
Mark Elmer Horstman, B.S. 

Valparaiso University (Indiana), 
1965 — Business Administration 
Stephen Allen Lochmoeller, 
B.S.M.E., Purdue University 
(Indiana), 1967 — Business 
Administration 
Wayne W. Lorenz, B.S. 
Nebraska State Teachers 
College, 1959 — Business 
Administration 
David Hugh MacDonald, B.S. 
University of Missouri School of 
Mines and Metallurgy, 1950 
Business Administration 
James H. Nelson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Business 
Administration 



Charles Frank Nord Jr., B.S. 
University of Missouri, 1957 
Business Administration 
Donald Kay Roberson, B.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1964 
Business Administration 
Robert E. Shelton II, B.S.M.E. 
Purdue University (Indiana), 
1967 — Business 
Administration 
Harold E. Slingerland, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business 
Administration 
Donn S. Streiler, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1964 — Business 
Administration 
Jerome Vandersand, B.S. 
Mississippi State University, 
1965 — Business 
Administration 
Carl H. Whitt Jr., B.A. 

Michigan State University, 1967 
Business Administration 
John G. Wynne, B.S.M.E. 
University of Illinois, 1964 
Business Administration 



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IN ABSENTIA 

Kenneth C. Evans, B.S. 

Idaho State University, 1963 
Business Administration 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Paul Augustus Hutchin Schlafly 
Jr., B.A., University of Notre 
Dame (Indiana), 1950 — Art 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



John Ralph Bright, B.S. in Music 
University of Cincinnati (Ohio), 
1966 — Music Performance 



Jean Ellen Hinchcliffe, B.A. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1968 — Music Education 
Martha Irene Klann, B. of Music 
Bethany College (Kansas), 1945 
Music Performance 



Terry P. Rothermich, B. of Music 
East Carolina University (North 
Carolina), 1968— Music 
Performance 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



Linda Boardman, B.A. 

Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois), 1967 — Behavioral 
Science 
James F. Crawford, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Psychology 
William Glenn Dooley, B.S. 
University of Iowa, 1966 
Geography 
Michael Oakes Doyen, B.A. 
Covenant College (Missouri), 
1964 — Psychology 



F. Steve House, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Geography 
Stanley K. Kary, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Psychology 
Judith Zeiser Krantz, A.B. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1965 — Psychology 
Judith Ann Moberg, B.S. 
St. Cloud State College 
(Minnesota), 1968 
Geography 
Marvin Mondy, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Biological Science 



Lawrence Pace, B.A. 

San Francisco State College 
(California), 1967 
Government 
David Vincent Pennell, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966— Biology 
John Terry Pohlmann, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Psychology 
Merle Lorraine Wischmeier, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Psychology 



Steven James Bellovich, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Geography 
Lewis Ten Eyck Moore, B.S. 
U.S. Air Force Academy 

(Colorado), 1966 — Geography 



IN ABSENTIA 

Sara Jane Napoleon, B.A. 
Mount Mercy College 
(Pennsylvania), 1966 
Psychology 
Cuthbert L. Scott III, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Behavioral Science 



Robert Lee Wydra, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Geography 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Dorothy Jane Adam, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary Education 
William Henry Ahrens, B.S. in Ed. 
St. Louis University, 1949 
Secondary Education — 
Business Education 



Albert F. Allen, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1966 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Georgia Juanita Allen, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 



Jane Hester Allsup, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Elementary Education 

Danny M. Bainter, B.S. 

Western Illinois University, 1962 
Secondary Education — History 



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Walter Belvin Bartholomew, B.A. 
Greenville College (Illinois), 
1966 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Donald Ray Bergdolt, A.B. 

Drury College (Missouri), 1966 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Edward Forrester Bloome, B.S. 
Western Illinois University, 
1959 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Aaron E. Bodwell, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Counselor Education 
Patricia Anne Boufford, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Elemen tary 
Education 
Paul L. Browning, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1957 
Counselor Education 
Elwood C. Buchanan Sr., A.B. in 
Ed., West Virginia State College 
Institute, 1933 

Administration and 
Supervision 
Katharine Sweetin Buescher, A.B. 
Webster College (Missouri), 
1953 — Secondary Education — 
Business Education 
Monica Sue Carter, A.B. 

McKendree College, (Illinois), 
1961 — Elementary 
Education 
James Ansel Clothier, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Patricia Gale Pyrtle Crabtree, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Charles L. Crowe, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1960 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Delbert Lee Dace, B.S. in Ed. 
Central Missouri State College, 
1960 — Secondary Education — 
Art 

Vivian Lyons Davis, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1966 — Counselor 
Education 
Maurice E. Elmore, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1958 
Counselor Education 
Grace Edmondson Favors, B.S. in 
Ed., Lincoln University, 

(Missouri), 1943 — Counselor 
Education 
Ronald J. Fedorchak, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 
William P. Ferguson, B.S. 
Culver-Stockton College 

(Missouri), 1964 — Counselor 
Education 



James Roggman Fiete, B.A. 
Iowa Wesleyan College, 1961 
Secondary Education — 
Mathematics 
Jeanne R. Gaines, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Special Education 
Ronald L. Gibson, B.S. 

Western Illinois University, 1961 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Patricia M. Gifford, B.A. 
University of Maine, 1942 
Counselor Education 
Mary Louise Greene, B.A. 
Iowa Wesleyan College, 1960 
Elementary Education 
Dwight Clarence Guerrant, B.S. 
in Ed., Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1965 — Secondary 
Education — Biological 
Science 
Mary Jo Hahn, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary 
Education 
Michael G. Henning, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1967 
Administration and 
Supervision 
John A. Hester, B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1965 — Secondary 
Education — Mathematics 
Joseph Hudanick, B.S. 
Iowa State College, 1951 
Secondary Education — 
Geography 
Warrington Willie Hudlin, Sr., 
B.S., St. Louis University, 1951 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Grace L. Huyear, B.A. 

Blackburn College, (Illinois), 
1958 — Elementary Education 
Larry L. Imming, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Secondary Education — 
Biological Science 
William Troas Joiner, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 

College, 1963 — Administration 
and Supervision 
Lora Lee V. Jones, B.S. 

Grambling College of Louisiana, 
1964 — Special Education 
Gary Joseph Kasprovich, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education — 
History 

Frederick A. Lamb, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Secondary Education 
Harold William Lewis, B.S. 

Western Illinois University, 1962 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Bill L. Little, B.A. 

East Texas Baptist College, 1958 
Counselor Education 



Donald Ray McBride, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Oklahoma, 1963 
Counselor Education 
Samuel Myron McCauley, A.B. in 
Ed., Harris Teachers College, 
(Missouri), 1965 — Counselor 
Education 
Lenora McElroy, A.B. in Ed. 
Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1960; M.E. 
University of Illinois, 1967 
Counselor Education 
James Leroy Meng, B.A. 

Central College (Missouri), 1962 
Counselor Education 
Marilyn Elam Miles, B.S. in Music 
Ed., Greenville College (Illinois) , 
1956 — Elementary Education 
Joseph Patrick Mimlitz, B.A. 
Marquette University 
(Wisconsin), 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Margaret E. Miriani, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1956 — Elementary 
Education 
David D. Moran, A.B. 

George Washington University, 
(Washington, D.C.), 1956 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Veronica Dorothy Muckerman, 
B.S., Southern Illinois 

University, 1967 — Counselor 
Education 
Thomas G. Ninnis, B.S. in 
Chem. Engr., University of 
Missouri, 1959 — Secondary 
Education — Business 
Education 
Ruth Harding Norville, B.S. 
University of Tennessee, 1965 
Elementary Education 
Carole Jeanne Owens, B.S. in Ed. 
Lincoln University, (Missouri), 
1961 — Special Education 
Ruth Elizabeth Pair, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Counselor Education 
Christine Nikki Ann Pashoff, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Counselor Education 
Jane F. Peine, A.B. 

St. Louis University, 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Fawntreba G. Pyrtle, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Elementary 
Education 
Benjamin Franklin Quillian, Jr., 
B.A. in Ed., Harris Teachers 
College, (Missouri), 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Allan J. Rehbein, B.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1958 
Administration and 
Supervision 



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Gerald C. Riechmann, B.S. 
Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 
(Illinois), 1950 — Counselor 
Education 
Bobby Gene Schluter, B.S. in 
Agriculture, Southern Illinois 
University, 1960 

Administration and 
Supervision 
Frank Mathew Schmidt, B.S. 
Western Illinois University, 
1967 — Special Education 

Raymond Larry Simmons, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 

1959 — Administration and 

Supervision 

Dorothy W. Smith, B.A. in Ed. 

Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1958 — Elementary 
Education 
Marie Fay Snidle, B.S. in Ed. 
Illinois State University, 1963 
Elementary Education 



Francis C. Spencer, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1967 — Special 
Education 
Barbara Reese Stackhouse, B.A. 
Pennsylvania State College, 
1942 — Elementary Education 
Ralph M. Stamm, Sr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Counselor Education 
Kay Estelle Stephens, B.S. 

Phillips University (Oklahoma), 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Joseph M. Strinni, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

( Missouri) , 1965 — Elementary 
Education 
Gerald Eugene Thomas, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Counselor Education 
Lena Knight Weathers, B.A. 
Fisk University (Tennessee) , 
1951 — Counselor Education 



Darlene Louise Wenner, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1960 — Counselor Education 
Joyce H. Williams, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Elementary Education 

Vittorina Louise Wilson, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1962 — Elementary Education 
Charles Vincent Wimber, Jr., B.S. 
in Ed., Southeast Missouri 
State, 1963— Counselor 
Education 
Warren Wyrick, A.B. 

San Francisco State College 
(California), 1945 — Counselor 
Education 
Lois L. Edwards Zanter, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1963 — Elementary Education 



Alan M. Buckta, B.S. in Ed. 
Greenville College (Illinois), 
1967 — Secondary Education — 
History 
James L. Carstens, B.S. 

Illinois State University, 1967 
Special Education 
Gary Davisson, B.S. in Economics 
Nebraska Wesleyan University, 
1966 — Counselor Education 
Chonita Lorraine DuBois, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Elementary Education 
Susan Short Fizer, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Special Education 
Bernadette T. Gragg, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Elementary Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Pauline Kaehler Holt, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1964 — Elementary Education 
Russell A. Jacoby, B.S. in Ed., 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Counselor Education 
Virginia E. Judd, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secondary Education — 
Business Education 
Aram Richard Norsigian, Jr., B.A. 
St. Louis University, 

1966 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Zabelle Norsigian Vartanian, A.B. 
Knox College (Illinois), 
1962 — Counselor Education 



Thelmalee D. Vernatti, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Secondary Education — 
Business Education 
Claire Wilson, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1962 — Elementary Education 
Robert Wayne Zerkle, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Administration and 
Supervision 

Ronald R. Ziegler, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1963 
Secondary Education — 
Mathematics 



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Candidates for the Certificate of Specialist 



Robert E. Capp, A.E. 

Hannibal- LaGrange College (Missouri), 1956; B.S. 

in Ed. 
Northeast Missouri State College, 1958; M.A. 
Northeast Misouri State College, 1959 
Educational Administration 
John William Gruender, A.B. 

Harris Teachers College (Missouri), 1962; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Educational Administration 
Douglas John Keeler, B.S. 

University of Hartford (Connecticut), 1965; M.Ed. 
University of Hartford (Connecticut), 1966 
Counselor Education 
Henry James Mahat, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1961; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Educational Administration 
Vera H. Newland, B.S. 

Northeastern State College (Oklahoma), 1941; M.R.E. 
Carver School of Missions and Social Work 
(Kentucky), 1944 
Counselor Education 



Roy Lawrence Olive, B.S. in Ed. 

Eastern Illinois College, 1953; M. in Ed. 
University of Illinois, 1957 
Educational Administration 
Walter E. Pankow, B.S. in Ed. 

Concordia Teachers College (Illinois), 1948; M.S. 

in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Counselor Education 
Kenneth J. Peterson, B.S. 

Northwestern University (Illinois), 1947; M.A. in Ed. 
Washington University (Missouri), 1950 
Educational Administration 
Theodore Magnus Peterson Jr., B.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1961; M.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1963 
Counselor Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Joseph James Pieron, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1949; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1954 
Educational Administration 



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Candidates Appointed as Second Lieutenant 
in the United States Air Force Reserve 



Stephen Douglas Leek 

Lawrence Martin Reisinger 

Barry Allan Rhein § 

Bruce Aaron Yasitis 



§ AFROTC Distinguished Graduate 



Candidates for Certificates 



DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 



CERTIFICATES IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



Andrew Bauza 

Sherman Berry 

Lanny F. Boyer 

Harley R. Boyles 

Floyd E. Carlton 

Elmer Carr 

James Collman 

Leroy Cook 

Albert L. Crumbley 

Carl H. Dahmm 

Delmar Freeh 

Harold Gihring 

Donald Gnaedinger 



Harold Habrock 

Edwin B. Hein 

Verle L. Hill 

Kenneth B. Howdeshell 

Larry W. Hutchison 

Donald M. Jensen 

Keith Koch 
John J. Komosa 
Victor G. Markus 
William McGehee 
Leonard P. Miller 
Royce W. Morris 
John J. Mucho 



Tommy Lynn Nolen 

William J. Pohlman 

George Porges, Jr. 

Martin Rader 

Robert W. Sale 

Larry G. Sims 

Lawrence Skowron 

William J. Sloan 

George Stephenson 

Ernest Stidham 

Alexander Toth 

Paul Waide 
James D. West 



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Honorary Degree 

Doctor of Literature 

Jennie L. Kaeser, B.A., M.A. 
University of Illinois 

Jennie L. Kaeser was born in 1878 to Louis and Eliza Luehm Latzer, natives of Highland, Illinois. 
Her father was one of the developers of the evaporated milk process and the Helvetia Milk Company 
which later evolved into the Pet Milk Company. She attended Highland public schools and received 
her B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Illinois in 1901 and 1902, respectively. She was a 
teaching assistant in bacteriology at the University of Illinois while working on her doctor's degree. 
In 1907 she married Dr. Albert F. Kaeser, a native of Highland. 

Mrs. Kaeser's interest in philanthropy has been extensive and all of her contributions are not a 
matter of public record. Those that are include a surgical wing for the hospital in Highland in 1941. 
She helped establish a permanent county historical museum in Edwardsville in 1965. Large gifts have 
gone to Berea College in Kentucky and to the School of the Ozarks in Missouri for the assistance of 
deserving young people. 

Mrs. Kaeser presented the University its millionth book, which was the single most valuable book 
ever purchased for Southern Illinois University ($4,500). She has since been the donor of substantial 
funds for other rare books for Lovejoy Library. 

Recently, although in her 90th year, she completed translating a virtually unknown German volume 
written in 1859 about the Swiss settlement in Illinois now known as Highland. She has presented 
this work and two other rare books about Highland's early days to Lovejoy Library. 

Libraries and books have always been an important part of her life. In 1928 with other members 
of her family the Latzer Memorial Public Library was established in memory of her father. Mrs. 
Kaeser has maintained her interest, serving as president of the board since its founding. In 1962 
she was honored as Library Trustee of the Year by the Illinois Library Association. Presently she is 
providing an expansion of this library as a gift to the community of Highland. 



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Southern Illinois University 

Distinguished Service Award 

Henry D. Karandjeff 



Henry D. Karandjeff was born in Smardesh, Macedonia, and came to the United States, settling in 
Granite City in 1906 at the age of 12. Although of limited formal education he has taken extension 
and postgraduate courses in banking and finance at St. Louis University, Washington University, Rut- 
gers, Northwestern, and the American Institute of Banking. 

He has been with the Granite City Trust and Savings Bank continuously since 1911 of which he 
is now chairman. Other business activities include: Chairman, American National Bank of Granite 
City; Chairman, Baughman-Oster Manufacturing Company, Decatur; President, Industrial Roller 
Company, Smithton; and President, Sunset Hill Trust Estate. 

His record in community and civic activities has been outstanding. They include: Member of 
Board, Illinois Hospital Service, Inc., Rockford; Member of Board, Protestant Welfare Association; 
Chairman, Horseshoe Lake Commission (Appointments made by past Governors and present Gover- 
nor); County Chairman, U.S. Treasury Department Savings Bonds Division; Elder, First Presbyterian 
Church of Granite City; Member of Board, McKinley Presbyterian Foundation, University of Illi- 
nois; Member of Advisory Board, Granite City Civil Defense; Member of Board, the Religious Coun- 
cil of Southern Illinois University; Member, Granite City Optimist Club; Past President and Mem- 
ber of Executive Council, Illinois Bankers Association; Member, various committees of American Bank- 
ers Association; Past President, Madison County Mental Health Society; Past President, Granite 
City YMCA and now Member of Board; Member, Executive Council of Cahokia Mound Council, Boy 
Scouts of America; Member, Tri-City Regional Port District Board; President, United Fund, Inc. of 
Tri-Cities; President, Southwestern Illinois Metropolitan Area Planning Commission; Member, Sal- 
vation Army, Granite City Park District, St. Elizabeth Hospital Board, Illinois State Chamber of 
Commerce, and Illinois Housing Authority. 

His contributions to education are especially significant as a member of the Southwestern Com- 
mission on Higher Education. He was also active in fund raising for the purchase of land for the 
Edwardsville Campus. 



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FIELD MARSHALS 

H. Bruce Brubaker 
William C. Slattery 
Robert B. Hawkins 



FACULTY MARSHALS 



Professors 

Associate Professors 
Assistant Professors 
Instructors and Lecturers 



James M. Comer 

Emil F. Jason 

Warren Joseph 

Lawrence E. Taliana 



Leonard B. Wheat 
William Baker 
George C. Grant 
W. Max Hansel 



DIVISION MARSHALS 



Technical and Adult Education 

Business 

Education 

Fine Arts 

Humanities 

Nursing 

Science and Technology 

Social Sciences 

Graduate School 



Wayne E. Giles 
Louis S. Drake 
Olin L. Hileman 
Lloyd G. Blakely 
Jules Zanger 
Maxine Chambers 
Lionel K. Walford 
Melvin E. Kazeck 
John W. Ellsworth 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT ARRANGEMENTS 



Bruce Brubaker, Chairman 
George Ackerlund 
Jerome Birdman 
Charles Butler 
Morris Carr 
Maxine Chambers 
John Davis 



Boulton Miller 
Garry Murphy 
William Shaw 
Luther Statler 
Ronald Steckling 
Richard Stephenson 
Charles Tragesser 



USHERS 

Delta Kappa Tau Fraternity 
Kappa Alpha Mu Sorority 



26 



Academic Attire 



All candidates for degrees and those who hold 
these degrees, including University officials and 
faculty and visiting dignitaries, are attired in tradi- 
tional cap and gown. Representatives of American 
universities met in 1895 and agreed upon a standard 
style of academic attire for the various degrees. 
This Intercollegiate Code, revised in 1932 and again 
in 1959, is followed today by all American colleges 
and universities except for a few schools which con- 
tinue to use the styles of England. 

CAPS 

Candidates for degrees wear the regulation black 
mortarboard cap with tassel appropriate to the 
school or division from which they are being grad- 
uated, with the exception of those who already hold 
doctor's degrees, who are privileged to wear gold 
tassels. 

The authorized list of tassels follows: 
Baccalaureate and Associate Degrees 

Education — Light Blue 

Liberal Arts — White 

Agriculture — Maize 

Business — Sapphire Blue 

Communications — Blue 

Fine Arts — Brown 

Music — Pink 

Music Education — Light Blue 

Home Economics — Maroon 

Technology — Orange 

Nursing — Apricot 

VTI-Technology — Orange 

VTI-Business — Sapphire Blue 

VTI-Art— White 
Master's Degrees 

All fields— Black 
Doctor of Philosophy — Gold 

GOWNS 

The bachelor's gown has a closed front and long, 
pointed, open sleeves. The master's gown has either 
an open or closed front with extremely long, closed 
sleeves, open at the wrist; the end of the oblong 
sleeve is square, with an arc of a circle cut away 
just above the bottom. The doctor's gown may be 
worn open or closed. It has voluminous bell-shaped 
sleeves on which appear three velvet bars (usually 
black, but sometimes in the color of the subject 
area). 

HOODS 

The master's hood is three and one-half feet long 
with a three-inch-wide velvet edging of the ap- 
propriate color. 

The colors for those master's degrees granted by 
Southern Illinois University are: 

Master of Arts — White 

Master of Business Administration — 
Sapphire Blue 



Master of Fine Arts — Brown 

Master of Music — Pink 

Master of Music Education — Pink 

Master of Science — Gold 

Master of Science in Education — Gold 

The lining is in color or colors of the institution 
granting the degree. 

The doctor's hood is easily recognized by a four- 
inch width of velvet edging, the wide panels at 
either side, the greater length, and the full exposure 
of the lining. The colors of the edging most fre- 
quently seen are blue for philosophy, light blue for 
education, green for medicine, purple for laws, 
yellow for science and white for arts and letters. 
The colors of the lining are those of the school 
from which the degree is granted. 

Below are listed a few schools and their colors 
from which faculty appearing in the academic 
procession have received degrees: 
University of Alabama — Crimson and White 
Arizona State University — Maroon and Gold 
University of Arizona — National Red and Blue 
University of Arkansas — Cardinal and White 
Auburn University — Burnt Orange, Royal Blue 
Boston University — Scarlet and White 
Bradley University — Red and White 
Brandeis University — Wedgewood Blue 
Bryn Mawr — Old Gold and White 
University of California — Gold and Yale Blue 
California Institute of Technology — Orange and 

White 
Carnegie Institute of Technology — Carnegie Tartan 
University of Chicago — Maroon 
University of Cincinnati — Red and Black 
Clark University — White and Emerald Green 
Colorado School of Mines — Light Navy and Silver 

Gray 
Colorado State College of Education — Old Gold 

and Purple 
Colorado State University — Pumpkin Yellow and 

Alfalfa Green 
University of Colorado — Gold and Silver Gray 
Columbia University — Light Blue and White 
University of Connecticut — National Flag Blue and 

White 
Cornell University — Carnelian and White 
University of Delaware — Blue and Golden Yellow 
University of Denver — Crimson and Gold 
Duke University — Yale Blue and White 
Emory University — Blue and Gold 
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy — Brown and 

Blue 
Florida State University — Garnet and Gold 
University of Florida — Orange and Blue 
George Peabody College for Teachers — Garnet and 

Turquoise 
George Washington University — Dark Blue and 

Buff 
Harvard University — Crimson 



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University of Houston — Red and White 
University of Illinois — Navy Blue and Orange 
Illinois Institute of Technology — Scarlet and Silver 

Gray 
Indiana University — Crimson and Cream 
University of Iowa — Old Gold 
Iowa State University of Science and Technology — 

Old Gold and Cardinal 
The John Hopkins University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Kansas — Blue and White 
Kansas State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Yellow Gold and Crimson 
University of Kentucky — Blue and White 
Lehigh University — Brown and White 
Louisiana State University and Agriculture and 

Mechanical College — Purple and Gold 
University of Kentucky, Louisville — Cardinal 
Loyola University (Chicago) — Maroon and Gold 
University of Maryland — Black and Old Gold 
University of Massachusetts — Maroon and White 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Cardinal 

and Silver Gray 
University of Miami — Orange, White, and Green 
University of Michigan — Maze and Azure Blue 
Michigan State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Green and White 
University of Minnesota — Old Gold and Maroon 
University of Missouri — Old Gold and Black 
Montana State University — Copper and Silver-Gold 
University of Nebraska — Scarlet and Cream 
University of New Mexico — Silver Gray and Cherry 

Red 
New York University — Violet 

North Carolina State University — Red and White 
University of North Carolina — Columbia Blue and 

White 
Northwestern University — Purple and Gold 
Notre Dame University — Old Gold and Royal Blue 
Ohio State University — Scarlet and Gray 
Oklahoma State University — Orange and Black 
University of Oklahoma — Crimson and Cream 
Oregon State University — Burnt Orange 
University of Oregon — Lemon and Emerald Green 
University of Pennsylvania — Red and Blue 
The Pennsylvania State University — Dark Blue and 

White 
University of Pittsburgh — Navy Blue and Gold 
Princeton University — Orange and Black 
Purdue University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Rochester — Dandelion Yellow 
Rutgers University — Scarlet 
Saint Louis University — White and Yale Blue 
University of South Dakota — Red 
University of Southern California — Gold and Cardi- 
nal 



Southern Illinois University — Maroon and White 

Stanford University — Cardinal 

Syracuse University — Orange 

Temple University — White and Cherry 

Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University — 

Maroon and White 
Texas Technical College — Scarlet and Black 
Texas Woman's University — Olive Green and Light 

Blue 
University of Utah — Red and White 
University of Virginia — Navy Blue and Orange 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute — Orange and Maroon 
Washington State University — Crimson and Silver 

Gray 
Washington University — Green and Red 
University of Washington — Purple and Gold 
Wayne State University — Forest Green and Old 

Gold 
West Virginia University — Old Gold and Navy Blue 
Western Reserve University — White and Scarlet 
University of Wisconsin — Cardinal 
University of Wyoming — Brown and Yellow 
Yale University — Yale Blue 

Universities outside the United States from which 
faculty members have received doctor's degrees: 

Allahabad University 

Budapest University 

Interamerican University, Mexico 

Ludvig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany 

National University of Mexico 

Oxford University 

Patna University 

Philips University of Marburg, Germany 

Stephen Tisza, Hungary 

University of Amsterdam 

University of Barcelona 

University of Bombay 

University of Delhi 

University of Free Ukraine, Munich, Germany 

University of Freiburg 

University of Glasgow 

University of Goettingen 

University of Havana 

University of Liverpool 

University of Madrid 

University of Munich 

University of Natal 

University of Nottingham 

University of Oslo 

University of Paris 

University of Vienna 



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EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS 




OBJECTIVES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



TO EXALT BEAUTY 

In God, 

in nature, and 
in art; 
Teaching how to love the best 

but to keep the human touch; 

TO ADVANCE LEARNING 

In all lines of truth 

wherever they may lead, 
Showing how to think 

rather than what to think, 
Assisting the powers 

of the mind 
In their self-development; 

TO FORWARD IDEAS AND IDEALS 

In our democracy, 
Inspiring respect for others 

as for ourselves, 
Ever promoting freedom 

with responsibility; 

TO BECOME A CENTER OF ORDER AND LIGHT 

That knowledge may lead 

to understanding 
And understanding 

to wisdom. 



Commencement 

September 4, 1970 



Board of Trustees 



Southern Illinois University operates under the jurisdiction of a Board of Trustees created by a 
Charter granted by the Illinois General Assembly. The Board consists of seven members appointed by 
the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Instruction who serves as an ex-officio member. Mem- 
bers are appointed for terms of six years. 

Mr. Lindell W. Sturgis, Chairman Metropolis 

Mr. Harold R. Fischer, Vice-Chairman Granite City 

Mr. Melvin C. Lockard, Secretary Mattoon 

William W. Allen Normal 

Dr. Martin V. Brown Carbondale 

Mr. Ivan A. Elliott, Jr Carmi 

Mr. F. Guy Hitt Benton 

Honorable Ray Page (ex-officio) Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 



11 



The University 



southern Illinois university was established 
in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal University. 
The shortened name became official in 1947 by 
action of the state legislature. 

In 1874 the first building on the campus at 
Carbondale was completed, financed by state- 
appropriated funds and contributions from citi- 
zens of Jackson County. In the fall of that year, 
the first regular academic year for the school, 
150 students were enrolled. The student popula- 
tion has increased steadily and now exceeds 
35,000. 

For some years after its establishment, South- 
ern Illinois University operated as a two-year 
normal school. In 1907 it became a four-year, 
degree-granting institution, though continuing 
its two-year course until 1936. In 1943, after a 
vigorous campaign led by President Roscoe Pul- 
liam, the state legislature changed the institu- 
tion, which had been in theory exclusively a 
teacher-training school, into a university, thereby 
taking official recognition of the great demand in 
the area for diversified training. 

The action of the legislature led to establish- 
ing colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Vocations and Professions, offering 
the Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor 
of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Grad- 
uate work was instituted in 1943 and the Grad- 
uate School was formally established in 1948. At 
this time it was authorized to grant the Master 
of Arts and Master of Science degrees in addi- 
tion to the Master of Science in Education. In 

1952 the Master of Fine Arts degree was added 
to the list, the Doctor of Philosophy in 1955, and 
in 1956 the Master of Music and the Master of 
Music Education. The Divisions of Communica- 
tions, Fine Arts, and Rural Studies were estab- 
lished in 1953, and in 1955 became the Schools of 
Communications, Fine Arts, and Agriculture, 
respectively. The College of Vocations and Pro- 
fessions was dissolved, and a School of Business 
was created in 1956. In 1957 the Department of 
Home Economics became the School of Home 
Economics. In 1959 the Department of Applied 
Science became the School of Applied Science, 
which, in 1961, was renamed the School of Tech- 
nology to include the engineering programs. The 
growth of classes for adults and for those seeking 
technical training led to the establishment in 

1953 of the Division of Technical and Adult Ed- 
ucation, of which the Vocational-Technical Insti- 



tute is a part. The Department of Nursing was 
established in 1955; subsequently, it has been 
transferred to Edwardsville. 

The Community Development Institute was 
established in 1956. Labor, Latin American, and 
Rehabilitation Institutes were created in 1957, 
the Transportation Institute in 1960, and the 
Center for the Study of Crime, Delinquency, 
and Corrections in 1961. A Center for Viet- 
namese Studies and Programs was created in 
1969. The International Services Division ad- 
ministers adviser and teaching teams in eight 
areas of the world. 

In 1949 the Belleville Residence Center was 
established. Then, because of the growing de- 
mand for educational opportunities in the Madi- 
son-St. Clair counties area, the University estab- 
lished the Alton Residence Center and the East 
St. Louis Residence Center in 1957. In 1959 the 
Southwestern Illinois agencies were organized in- 
to a unit coordinate with the Carbondale Cam- 
pus and named the Edwardsville Campus. On a 
2,600-acre site near Edwardsville a new campus 
was constructed, with instruction beginning in 
1965. The Carbondale Campus and the Edwards- 
ville Campus were renamed in 1969 and are now 
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and 
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 

The instructional framework of Southern Illi- 
nois University at Edwardsville consists of the 
Business Division, Education Division, Fine Arts 
Division, Humanities Division, Science and Tech- 
nology Division, Social Sciences Division, and the 
Division of Nursing, in which an undergrad- 
uate may choose from thirty-two different con- 
centrations leading to a bachelor's degree. Grad- 
uate students may earn the following degrees: 
Master of Arts, Master of Business Administra- 
tion, Master of Music, Master of Fine Arts, 
Master of Science, and Master of Science in 
Education. The Certificate of Specialist is avail- 
able for persons in education who wish to study 
beyond the master's degree. 

The School of Dental Medicine has been 
established and a dean has been selected; he is 
currently employing faculty and staff members. 
The school will be temporarily housed in Alton 
until permanent facilities can be approved and 
constructed on the Edwardsville campus. A pro- 
gram of continuing education for dentists in the 
area is proposed for 1970-71 academic year. 
The school plans to start regular classes in 1971. 



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The presidents of the University have been Daniel B. Parkinson 1897-1913 

Henry W. Shryock 1913-1935 

Robert Allyn 1874-1892 Roscoe Pulliam 1935-1944 

John Hull 1892-1893 Chester F. Lay 1944-1948 

Harvey W. Everest 1893-1897 Delyte W. Morris 1948- 



iv 



Order of the Exercises 



PROCESSIONAL 



INVOCATION 

The Rev. Marcus Perra 



Campus Minister 

Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 



address 

Professor Patrick Riddleberger 



Social Sciences Division 
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville 



Some Thoughts on America in the 70's, and History 



conferring of the honorary degree and distinguished service award 
Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



Presentation of the Candidates 



James M. Comer 
Assistant to the Chancellor 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

Chancellor John S. Rendleman 



Presentation of Candidates for Associate Degrees 



Dean Ernest J. Simon 



Presentation of Candidates for Baccalaureate Degrees 



James M. Comer 
Assistant to the Chancellor 



Presentation of Candidates for Graduate Degrees 



Acting Dean Warren Joseph 



presentation of diplomas 
James M. Comer 
Assistant to the Chancellor 

(Professor Hollis L. White will read names of graduates as they receive diplomas) 



Division of Technical and Adult Education 

Business Division 

Education Division 

Fine Arts Division 

Humanities Division 

Division of Nursing 

Science and Technology Division 

Social Sciences Division 

Graduate School 



Emery R. Casstevens, Assistant Dean 

John W. Leonard, Dean 

W. Deane Wiley, Dean 

David C. Huntley, Acting Dean 

Gerald J. T. Runkle, Dean 

Lucille H. McClelland, Dean 

Laurence R. McAneny, Dean 

Earl S. Beard, Dean 

Warren Joseph, Acting Dean 



RECOGNITION OF AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS CHANCELLOR JOHN S. RENDLEMAN 



RECOGNITION OF RETIRING FACULTY MEMBERS 



NECROLOGY 



BENEDICTION 

The Rev. Marcus Perra 



RECESSIONAL 



The members of the audience are asked to remain at their seats until the Platform Party 
has cleared the graduate area. 

The Chancellor's Reception will be held at the Commencement Site immediately following 
the exercises. Graduates and guests are invited. 



VI 



Granting of Degrees 



Granting of degrees is contingent upon the successful completion of work in progress. Line following 
hometown indicates field of concentration of candidates. One asterisk after name indicates candidate 
is being graduated with honors, two asterisks indicate high honors, and three asterisks indicate highest 
honors. Persons graduating with highest honors are awarded life memberships in the Alumni Associa- 
tion. The symbol f after a student's name indicates candidate was a member of the Deans College. 



vn 



Candidates for the Associate Degree 



DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 



ASSOCIATE IN ARTS 



Vera Olive Kintner Ridgeway 
Collinsville — Child Care Studies 



Virginia R. Williams 

East St. Louis — Child Care 
Studies 



ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



V. Sandra Green 

Edwardsville — Executive 
Secretarial 



Joseph K. Lonigro Jr. 
Florissant, Missouri — 
Management 
Christine M. Richter 
East Alton — Executive 
Secretarial 



Mildred E. Schlueter 

Alton — Executive Secretarial 



IN ABSENTIA 



Jonene Barton 

Wood River — Executive 
Secretarial 



Donald V. Miller 

Aurora, Colorado — Management 



Donald James Nemeth 
Troy — Accounting 



Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 



BUSINESS DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



David Martin Lake 

Florissant, Missouri — Economics 



Wardeen Townes Teer 

East St. Louis — Economics 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Evelyn Lois Andrews 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Albert A. Barkauskas 

Stickney — Marketing 
William Francis Bathe 

St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
Brian Henry Bauer 

Belleville — Business 
Administration 
Jack L. Berry 

East Alton — Marketing 
Edward Lee Bour 

Belleville — Management Science 
John Maurice Bunyan 

Collinsville — Marketing 

Wayne Vernon Chadderton 

Belleville — Accoun ting 
Fredrick Edward Cox 
Alton — General Business 
Administration 
Charles A. Crawford 

Collinsville — Secretarial and 
Office Administration 

James Lee Dammerich 
Belleville — Marketing 
Mohammad Danesh 
Tehrai, Iran — Business 
Administration 
Bradley B. Deaver 

St. Louis — Marketing 
Richard Allen Denning 

St. Charles, Missouri — Business 
Administration 
Bennett W. Dickmann 
Edwardsville — Business 
Ad ministration 

Donald Bliss Distler Jr. 

Belleville — Management Science 

Michael Anthony Drone 

Florissant, Missouri — Marketing 

William E. Drum 

East St. Louis — General 
Business Administration 
Louis James Ferretti Jr. 
Sawyerville — Business 
A dm inistration 



William Joseph Fields Jr. 

Belleville — Management Science 
Stephen Reed Franklin 

Alton — General Business 
Administration 
Larry Joe Gibbs *f 

St. Jacob — Accounting 

Paul Gismegian 

Moschato, Athens, Greece — 
Economics 

Arnold Allan Goodman 

St. Ann, Missouri — General 
Business Administration 
Guy O. Graf 

Edwardsville — Marketing 
Darrell Wayne Groves 

Granite City — Accounting 
Terry Lee Harris 

Belleville — Marke ting 
Donald E. Heck 

St. Charles, Missouri — 
Economics 
Kermit Conrad Hellrung 

Godfrey — Accounting 
Kenneth James Hengehold 
Edwardsville — Management 
Science 
Judith Ann Henschel 

O'Fallon — Accounting 
Glenn Charles Hoechst 
St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
Arnold W. Huelsmann 

Breese — General Business 
Administration 
Leland Bernard Johns 

Spanish Lake, Missouri — 
Management Systems 
Terry Wayne Lastovka 

Alton — Business Administration 
Joseph John Lauer 

New Baden — Marketing 
Moses Daniel Lee 
Highland — Business 
Administration 
Harley Dean Lemmon 
Marissa — Business 
Administration 



Dean J. Lihs 

Belleville — Accounting 

Robert Rolla Little 
Belleville — Marketing 

Vernon Scott Marlen 

East Carondelet — General 
Business Administration 
Richard Eugene McMorris 

Greenup — Marketing 
Robert L. Medley 

East St. Louis — Accounting 
John Michael Mock * 

Florissant, Missouri — Business 
Administration 
Herbert Carl Neuman II 
Florissant, Missouri — - 
Accounting 
Ronald John Nota 
Casey ville — Business 
Administration 
Roger Louis Nungesser 
Pocahontas — Business 
Administration 
Roger Owen Parker 

Belleville — Accounting 
Richard A. Pearce 

Edwardsville — Business 
Administration 
John A. Rechner 

Springfield — Marketing 
Roger Harold Rhein 
Belleville— A ccounting 

John Wayne Ryan 

Edwardsville — Business 

Administration 

David George Schneidewind 

Marissa — Business 

Administration 

Dennis John Schwaegel 

Belleville — Business 

Administration 

David A. Schwartzkopf 
Granite City — Marketing 

Edward Michael Seipp 
Belleville — Accounting 

Stephen P. Sibiga 

Belleville — Accounting 



Glen M. Starnes 

Collinsville — General Business 
Administration 
Leon E. Steinbach 

Hazelwood, Missouri — General 
Business Administration 
Gary D. Sterling 

Rolling Meadows — Marketing 
Donald Dean Stults 

Chesterfield — Management 
Science 



Frank Tassello 

Cahokia — Accoun ting 
C. Rae Taylor 

Belleville— Office 
Administration 
Donald George Thole 

Highland — Business 
Administration 
Ronald L. Thomas 

Belleville — Accounting 
Richard Raymond Thompson 

East Alton — Accounting 



Clifford Jack Tipton Jr. 

East St. Louis — Business 
Administration 
John Joseph Walter 

Ferguson, Missouri — Marketing 
Kent A. Ward 

Florissant, Missouri — Economics 
Ralph Edward Well 

Glen Carbon — Accounting 
Nola Elizabeth Jones Williams f :: 

Edwardsville — Economics 



Nosratollah Sheikh Abdolhosseini 

St. Louis — Accounting 
Earl W. Eschmann 

Columbia — Marketing 



IN ABSENTIA 

H. Randall Heitz 

Streator — Accounting 
James Steven Nations 

Fairview Heights — General 
Business Administration 



Brian S. Strano 

Glen Ellyn — Business 
Administration 
Robert L. White 

Hazelwood, Missouri — 
Economics 



EDUCATION DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Gary Harold Bauer 

Belleville — Psychology 
Robert Jerry Dillon 

E d wa r ds ville — Psycho logy 
Stanley Emil Dokmanus II 

Wood River — Psychology 
Kenneth R. Gish 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Samuel H. Goodrum III f 

Edwardsville — Psychology 
Benjamin L. Graham 

South Roxana — Psychology 
Roy Wayne Hinton 

Collinsville — Psychology 



Dan Allan Howell 

Belleville — Psychology 
Robert W. Muehleman 

East Alton — Psychology 
Vivian Gail Phillips Peterson 

Jennings, Missouri — Psychology 
Susan Patricia Rotolo 

Edwardsville — Psychology 
Claude Allen Rozzell 

Cahokia — Psychology 
Betty Jean Sanders 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Elizabeth M. Simpson * 

Edwardsville — Psychology 



Jerome Michael Thompson 

Springfield — Psychology 
Erik John Vincent * 

Alhambra — Psychology 
Robert Lee Vollmer 

O'Fallon — Psychology 
Barbara Jean Walter 

Edwardsville — Psychology 
Dora Anita Weaver 

St. Louis — Psychology 
Doris A. Weaver 

St. Louis — Psychology 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Anthony Joseph Aleman 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 

Joyce Carol Allen 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Donald Earl Armstrong 
Alton — Psychology 

Jeffry Allen Beeler 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 

Arlene Lynn Bishop * 
Gillespie — Elementary 
Education 

Nella Mae Blue 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Rana Jean Bode 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 



John Joseph Boyne 

East St. Louis — English 
Deborah Anne Brown 

Granite City — Special Education 
Helen Louise Brumley 

Millstadt — Elementary 
Education 
Marilyn M. Buscher 

Aviston — Mathematics 
Barbara Linda Callender 

Belleville — Special Education 
Dale J. Carr 

New Athens — Elementary 
Education 
Frances Hughes Carroll 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 
Mickey R. Whalen Cattaneo 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 



Carol Jean Caution 
St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 

Judy Kay Cerutti 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 

Veronica Elizabeth Chamberlin 
Carterville — Elementary 
Education 

James L. Chaney 

Wood River — Psychology 

Burnett H. Collins 

Centreville — Special Education 

Alan R. Crider 

Granite City — History 

Kathleen F. Crocker 

Carlyle — Physical Education 

Audrey Cross 

Chicago — Elementary Education 



Karen Celeste Croxton 
Springfield — Psychology 

Ronald Wilson Deloney 

Madison — History 
Marilyn Y. Rhymer Dillow 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 
E. Bernice Wenig Douglas 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 
Alice Elizabeth Erwin 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Charles Victor Evans 

East St. Louis — Psychology 
Warren Robert Evans 

Granite City — Geography 
Sandra Schrock Fahrner 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Ralph Thomas Ford 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Glenn Albert Gain 

Belleville — Mathematics 
Sue Jacobsmeyer Grable 

Granite City — Elementary 
Education 
Elaine P. Gregory 

Collinsville — Business Education 
Sue Ann Gusewelle 

Edwardsville — History 
Carol Sue Hager 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Marilyn M. Hall * 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Carol Ann Hankins 

Collinsville — Elementary 
Education 
Sarah Jane Hargis 

Edwardsville — English 
Lola May Harmon 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Georgia Ann Harris 

Alton — Biology 
Henry Etta Elayne Harris 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Lee Harrison 

Edwardsville — Physical 
Education 
Kenneth Ray Hayden 

Alton — Government 
A. Arline Hertz 

Godfrey — Elementary Education 
Iva Elizabeth Hicks 

Alma — Elementary Education 
Linda Gaines Hines 

Alton — English 
Joyce Kay Hock 

O' Fallon — Mathematics 
James R. Hoering Jr. 

Alton — Mathematics 
Jeanette Lea Holder 

Granite City — Business 
Education 
William T. Hopkins II 

Glen Carbon — History 



Jeanette Horstmann 

Breese — Elementary Education 
Michael Lee Hoyt 

Collinsville — Sociology 
James Thomas Hunter 

St. Louis — Physical Education 
James Avelon Jackson Jr. 

Dorsey — Psychology 

Mary Alma Jenkins 

Edwardsville — Psychology 

Barbara Wilson Jones 

Rosebud — Elementary 
Education 
William R. Jones 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Estelle Jorns 

Belleville — Art Education 
Jeanne M. Keefe 

Belleville — English 
Linda Marie Keserauskis 

Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Diane Kelley Killion 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Glenda Marlene Klaffer * 

East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Clementine G. Knox 

East St. Louis — Art Education 
Georgina Jones Knox 

Springfield — Special Education 
Grace J. Koehne 

Godfrey — History 

Cleo Davis Kronenberger 
Belleville — Elementary 
Education 

Lucille Arico Lawless 

East St. Louis — Sociology 

Jackie Marie Lee 

East St. Louis — Special 
Education 

Ann Renee Manns * 
Alton — English 

Debbra Lavonda Mason 
East St. Louis — Business 
Education 

Robert Henry McClusky 
Alton — Mathematics 

Sheila Yvonne McDaniel 
Alton — Special Education 

Linda K. McWhorter 
Millstadt — History 

Elbie Milazzo 

East Alton — Physical Education 

Ralph Edward Milford 
Alton — Speech Education 

Mervin E. Morris 

East Alton — Special Education 

Jerelynn R. Morrison 

Auburn — Elementary Education 

Willie J. Mullins 

St. Louis — Psychology 

Mary Irene Noblin 
Bridgeton, Missouri — 
Elementary Education 



Ann Marie Nungesser 

Alhambra — Elementary 
Education 
Harry S. Peterson 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Agnes D. Pisel 

Granite City — Physical 
Education 
Christopher B. Port 

Maryville — Physical Education 
Robert Lee Prange 

St. Louis — Physical Education 
Marilyn Quain 

Collinsville — English 

David J. Quillo 

Ferguson, Missouri — Physical 
Education 
Edith Tate Reed 

Springfield — Elementary 
Education 
Shirley Jean Reid 

East St. Louis — Elementary 
Education 
Melba Vogel Rendleman 
Trenton — Elementary 
Education 
Mary E. Robertson f 
Belleville — History 

Barbara J. Robinson 

Belleville — History 
Lucille DePaul Rohr * 

Carlyle — Elementary Education 
Phyllis Jean Allen Savage 

St. Louis — Business Education 
David J. Schumacher 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Carolyn Rebie Scurlock 

St. Louis — Business Education 
Patricia Ann Shashack 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Susan Eileen Shaw 

Alton — Elementary Education 
Patricia Cuppy Shilliday 

Waterloo — Elementary 
Education 
Richard G. Shipley 

Centralia — Elemen tary 
Education 
Vickie Rae Showmaker 

Alton — Physical Education 
Linda Kaye Squibb 

Salem — Elementary Education 
Margaret Mary Sugent 

East Alton — Elementary 
Education 
Jeanette K. Suhling 

Kampsville — Special Education 
Richael Dianne Sykes 

East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
Andrea Fay Taylor 

Bethalto — Elementary 
Education 

Steven Edward Tebow 
Edwardsville — History 



Georgia Delaine Unthank 

Godfrey — Elementary 
Education 
Rae Ella Van Hooser 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 
Sandra Lynn Van Horn 

Edwardsville — Art Education 
Jerry Ray Vinson 

East St. Louis — History 



Carolyn Marie Watson 

East St. Louis — English 
Howard Daniel Weaver 

East Alton — Geography 
Carole Jean WeusthofF 

Jennings, Missouri — English 
Sandra Lynn Wheeler * 

Edwardsville — Business 
Education 



Andrea Lea Willett 

Wood River — Elementary 
Education 
Patricia Ann Williams 
East St. Louis — Special 
Education 
Rusherye Jerdean Williams 
East St. Louis — Business 
Education 



Linda Suzanne Bradley 
Evanston — Art Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

David Lee Brink 

Florissant, Missouri — English 
Sally Lou Small 

Edwardsville — Elementary 
Education 



Charles Franklin Whyte 

Mascoutah — Art Education 



FINE ARTS DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Mohammad Sheikh Abdolhosseini 
Tehran, Iran — Mass 
Communications 

Loren Ellis Comitor 

Skokie — Speech 
Michael Bodell Crabb 

Edwardsville — Art 
Judith Lynne Eldringhoff 

Florissant, Missouri — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Branwyn Lynn Giberson 

Eldred — Art 

Lawrence Dean Gilbert 
Ferguson, Missouri — Mass 
Communications 



Kay Fravala Grabbe 

Nokomis — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Joyce Kaye Holcomb 

Bethalto — Speech 
Willa Deloris Darden Johnson 
East St. Louis — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Francis Edwin Landiss Jr. 

Alton — Art 
Neva Sue Lehde 
Nashville — Mass 
Communications 
Keita Ann Liebler 

Edwardsville — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 



W. Mardell Mayes 

Moro — Music 
Diane Lynne Norbet 

Belleville— Art 
Luella Jean Schmidt 

Bunker Hill — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
Beverley Jean Fossieck 
Scroggins ** 

Granite City — Theater 
Jacqueline Storman Turnage 

East St. Louis — Speech 
Richard A. Wilber 

Granite City — Mass 
Communications 



IN ABSENTIA 

Nancy Vickers Beck 
Gillespie — Art 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Virginia Nelson Clark 

St. Louis — Music Education 
Audrey Deeren * 

Troy — Music Education 



Lanora DeOgny 

Clayton, Missouri — Music 
Education 
Elizabeth M. Gower 

Edwardsville — Music Education 



Michael Edwin Logan 

Belleville — Music Education 
Charles R. Miller 

Alton — Music Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Doris Dieu 

Alton — Music Performance 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ABSENTIA 

John Cornelius Frye 

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HUMANITIES DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Michael Brodley f 
East Alton — English 

Bonnie Lou Carron 
Collinsville — English 

Ricky Keraton Coates 
Belleville — English 

Kenneth Robert Downs 
Cahokia— Philosophy 



D. Kimble Funk f 

Edwardsville — American Studies 
Cheryl Theresa Leisure 

Belleville — French 
Linda Ann Lingle f 

Alton — American Studies 
John Robert Mareing 

Edwardsville — Philosophy 



Linda Sue Penrod 

Granite City — English 
Kenneth Edward Sadlo 

St. Louis — English 
Lucretia Ann Wittman 

Alton — English 



Cecil Vernon Carver Jr. 
Alton— English 



IN ABSENTIA 

Rino Cassanelli f ;I 

Montecreto, Italy — French 
Dan R. Kuhn 

Greenville — English 



Steven G. Schaller f 
Alton — German 



DIVISION OF NURSING 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Anne Dibble Harper 
Granite City — Nursing 



SCIENCE AND TECHOLOGY DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Jane Ann Aldinger 
Alton — Biology 

Richard Charles Bunetic 

East St. Louis — Chemistry 
Joseph Andrew Clugsten 

Godfrey — Physics 
John E. Coates 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 
Robert R. Cowan 

Granite City — Biology 
Gilbert Bruce Fargen f* 

Edwardsville — Physics 
I )alc Gene Gilmore 

St. Jacob — Biology 
Mark Edward Hoel 

Belleville — Chemistry 
Bobbie Jean Davis Leonard f 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 



Thomas J. Lloyd 

Washington Park — Mathematics 

Larry Adam Lorsbach 
Grafton — Chemistry 

Robert Francis McAlevey 
St. Louis — Chemistry 

Francis E. McBride Jr. 
Granite City — Chemistry 

Sandra Yvonne Mosley 
East St. Louis — Biology 

Eric Jesse Norman 

University City, Missouri — 
Chemistry 

James Lee Olroyd 
Hillsboro — Biology 

Walter V. Pitchford Jr. 
Granite City — Chemistry 



Gary Lee Ruebhausen 

Granite City — Biology 
Roger M. Schoenhardt 

Granite City — Mathematics 
Mary Eloise Adams Smith 

Columbia — Biology 
William Nelson Stevens 

Edwardsville — Biology 
Kelley L. Summers 

Wood River — Mathematics 
Douglas Martin Swineford 

Belleville — Chemistry 
Eugene E. Weilbacher 

Millstadt — Chemistry 
Richard Leon Wilburn 

Casey ville — Chemistry 
Richard Wayne Wooldridge 

East Alton — Chemistry 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Frank Timothy Babka 
East St. Louis — Applied 
Mathematics 

David Marvin Borg 

Granite City — Mathematics 



David Michael Chester 
Alton — Mathematics 

Lewis W. Clegg 

Hazelwood, Missouri — 
Engineering 



Robert Patrick Huebner 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 

John L. Jaros 

Granite City — Mathematics 



Eddie Dean Keilbach 

Granite City — Mathematics 
Kent William Linke * 

O'Fallon — Mathematics 
Robert Carl Madoux 

Worden — Mathematics 



Anthony Paul Munie 
Belleville — Physics 

Rickey Gene Pastor 
Collinsville — Physics 

Delos Marion Pieper 
Collinsville — Physics 



Richard Anthony Przada 
Belleville — Engineering 

Thaddeus Daniel Przada 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 

Paul Terence Regan 

St. Louis — Mathematics 



SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



William Euin Allen 

Wood River — Geography 
Norman Kyle Athy Jr. 

Jennings, Missouri — Geography 
Jane Ann Barton 

Alton — Geography 
Connie Lee Baughman 

Collinsville — Social Welfare 
Gregory Allen Bevirt 

Belleville — History 
James Blackshere 

Granite City — Sociology 
James Joseph Boehmer 

Berkeley, Missouri — Sociology 
Gloria Elaine Bozeman f 

East St. Louis — Government 
Sue J. Brubaker 

Robinson — Sociology 
Jack Thomas Callahan Jr. 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Kaye Ellen Caravello 

St. Louis — Sociology 
Donald Joseph Dahlmann 

Belleville — Government 
Earl Jerome Day 

Jacksonville — History 
Ruth Farmer f 

Granite City — History 
Stephen C. Farmer 

East St. Louis — History 
Sandra Fallin Gonczy f 

Edwardsville — History 

Rex Hermsmeyer 

Edwardsville — Geography 



James Kenneth Herrin 

Alton — Sociology 
John Hiland 

Mascoutah — Government 
Lee Hildebrand 

St. Louis — Government 
Wilfred J. Holeman Jr. 

O'Fallon — Geography 
Jacqueline Weinstein Huch 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Thomas John Ippolito 

Riverton — History 
David Alexander Jack 

Wood River — Government 
Michael Charles Kovarik 

Edwardsville — History 
Vikki Rae Lahaie 

Belleville — Social Welfare 
Ralph Wiley Leavell 

Alton — Sociology 
Doris A. Lyke 

Belleville — Social Welfare 
Constance Joan Martin 

Louisville, Kentucky — Social 
Welfare 
Stephen L. McMichael 

Edwardsville — Sociology 

Stuart J. McMillan 

Belleville — History 
Walter W. Moehle 

Wood River — Government 
David Ray Moody 

Edwardsville — Social Welfare 



John Wayne Newman 

Lockport — Government 
John David Olson 

Collinsville — History 
Faye Ellen Ross 

Caseyville — Government 
Mary Louise Schaefer 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Joseph Raymond Schinner 

Belleville — Sociology 

Sonya Annette Smith 

East St. Louis — Sociology 
Arthur Joseph Stankey 

Belleville — Governmen t 
Edward A. Swierczek Jr. 

Belleville — Government 
Arvil Vern Taylor Jr. 

Granite City — Geography 
Michael David Tracy 

Marine — Sociology 
Allen B. Tuetken 

Alton — Sociology 
Melvin D. Vickers 

Rockwood — History 
Thomas L. Wall 

East Alton — Geography 
Charles Kenneth Wilkins Jr. 

Granite City — Geography 
Mark Frederick Wolf 

Wood River — Geography 
Donald E. Wrigley 

Collinsville — Geography 



Stephen K. Atchison 
Irvington — Geography 



IN ABSENTIA 

Eugene A. Bringaze Jr. 

Belleville — History 
Mary Helen Quinn 

St. Louis — History 



Douglas Carl Zimmerman 
Wayne, New Jersey — Social 
Welfare 



Candidates for the Master's Degree 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



MASTER OF ARTS 



Doris M. Alberts, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— English 
Edwin R. Booher, A.B. 

University of Kentucky, 1953; 

M.S. 
Western Illinois University, 1960 
English 
James Davis Campbell, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Sociology 
Thomas Marshall Cobb, A.B. 
Drury College (Missouri), 1965 
English 



Larry Wayne Duncan, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1967 
English 
Paul Michael Hanks, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Sociology 
Lillie-Pearl Alexander Helm, B.S. 
in Ed , Western Illinois 
University, 1938— English 
Dorothy H. Kline, B.A. 

Valparaiso University (Indiana), 
1965— English 

Ming Ming Liu, B.A. 

Tunghai University (Taiwan, 
China) , 1968 — Economics 



George Ronald Nesbitt, B.S. in Ed. 
Georgia State Teachers College, 
1961— English 
Sharon Aubrey Organ, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1965 
English 
Patricia Priest Stevenson, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1957— English 

Raymond Harry Tevis, B.A. 
Greenville College (Illinois), 
1965 — History 
Geraldine Gibson Thomas, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— English 



David Milton Becker, B.A. 

State University of New York at 
Buffalo, 1969— Geography 
Lawrence Eugene Irish, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Biological Science 



IN ABSENTIA 

Susan Irene Krueger, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1967 
English 
Bernard A. Landewe, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1964— English 
William David Lawhead, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1968— English 



Marilee Carol Rist, B.A. 

Valparaiso Universitv (Indiana), 
1968— English 
Patricia Diane Sherman, B.S. in 
Ed., Central Missouri State 
College, 1966— English 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Gary W. Best, B.S. 

University of Illinois, 1965 
Business Administration 
Arthur L. Brown Jr., B.S. 
University of Arkansas, 1950 
Business Administration 
Stanley E. Erb, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 
James Edward Grote, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Business Administration 
Raj Kumar Gupta, B. of Engr. 
University of Rajasthan, 1955; 

Doc. App. Sci. SNEH, 
University of Montreal, 1968 
Business Administration 



Thomas L. Henesey, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 
Dennis Brian Johnson, B.S. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1969 — Business 
Administration 
Robert John Keating, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 
Michael Patrick Keefe, B.S.M.E. 
University of Missouri, 1966 
Business Administration 
Thomas Walter Leigh, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 



Norman King Lenny, B.S. in Bus. 
Adm., Washington University 
(Missouri), 1950 — Business 
Administration 
Frank L. Luddington Jr., B.S. 
Municipal University of Omaha 
(Nebraska) , 1966— Business 
Administration 
Douglas Paul Thompson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 

Dean Edward Wisleder, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Business Administration 

Sidney Lane Womack, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 



IN ABSENTIA 

Larry Kent Johnson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Business Administration 



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MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Fred Robert Allen, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964— Art 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



Florence Reaves Buckley, B.M. 
The American University 
(Washington, D.C.), 1967 
Music Education 

Helen Wai Chung Chou, B.A. 

Chung Chi College (Hong Kong), 
1969 — Music Education 
Spring Sze-Ping Fong, B.A. 

Chung Chi College (Hong Kong), 
1969 — Music Education 



Georgie Graham Ives, B.A. 

Principia College (Illinois), 1949, 
1967 — Music Education 
Marilyn Anna Pewitt, B.M.E. 
Lindenwood College (Missouri), 
1968 — Music Performance 
Vivian Virginia Raffaelle, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1956 — Music Education 



Armelia Winifred Thomas, B.M. 
Ed., University of Detroit 
(Michigan), 1959 — Music 
Education 
Junetta Spurling White, B.M.E. 
Lincoln University (Missouri), 
1955 — Music Education 
Jane C. Wiesenmeyer, B.S. Mus. 
Ed., University of Illinois, 1965 
Music Education 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



Adolphus Andrews, B.A. 
Howard University 

(Washington, D.C.), 1964 
Government 
Roy Thomas Bamber, B.A. 
University of Missouri, 1968 
Psychology 

Ronald Dale Barbre, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Speech 
Raymond Louis Belt, B.S. in E.E. 
St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1965 — Mathematics 
Diane Joy Bredehorn, B.S. in Ed. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1967 — Psychology 
Frederick H. Brink, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1948 — Mathematics 



Stephen R. Campbell, B.S. 

Murray State College 

(Kentucky), 1964 

Mathematics 

Michael D. Grady, B.A. 

University of Missouri, 1968 
Mathematics 
Joan Louise Gusewelle, B.S. 
Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois), 1962 — Mathematics 
Paul Michael Hanks, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Sociology 
Robert George Hilgenberg, B.S. 
University of Wisconsin, 1962 
Geography 
Richard Lathrop Kerch, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Physics 



Thomas A. Kriz, B.S. 

University of Illinois, 1969 
Mathematics 
Mark Joseph Lawless, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Economics 
Richard Eugene Olson, B.S. 

Fort Hays Kansas State College, 
1969— Geography 
George A. Patty, B.A. 

University of Cincinnati (Ohio) , 
1969— Geography 

Marvin Dean Peterson, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1964— Biology 
Gaines Tildon Pickett, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Tennessee, 1965 
Geography 
Donald Laverne Wallace, B.S. 
Michigan State College, 1944 
Geography 



IN ABSENTIA 



William Neil Hurja, B.S. 

Michigan State University, 1965 
Physics 



Robert Allen Simmons, B.S. 
Bradley University (Illinois), 
1966— Physics 



Lloyd James Walters, B.S. 
University of South Carolina, 
1953 — Geography 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Verna K. Abert, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1963 — Counselor Education 



Rose Marie Abner, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary Education 



John M. Ackermann, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education- 
Physics 



Georgiana Buck Barbee, A.B. 
MacMurray College (Illinois), 
1946 — Counselor Education 
Barney Barnes, B.S. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1952 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Donald Joseph Barcal, B.A. 
University of Missouri, 1967 
Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 

Esther M. Barr, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 

Patrick Hayes Bassler, B.S. A. 
Purdue University (Indiana), 
1964 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Kathleen A. Beck, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education- 
English 

Gwendolyn Lee Betts, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Counselor Education 
Frances Susan Biggs, B.S. 

Lindenwood College (Missouri), 
1965 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Patricia Black, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1947 — Elementary Education 
Donald William Blattel, B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State 

College, 1958 — Administration 
and Supervision 
John Bloomquist, B.A. 

Buena Vista College (Iowa), 

1942; B.D. 
Theological Seminary of the 
University of Dubuque (Iowa), 
1945 — Counselor Education 
Billy Blythe, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1963 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Louise E. Booker, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 
Berneze Borsenberger, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1953 — Elementary Education 
Barney Dee Bruce, B.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1958 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Charlene B. Claro, B.S. 

Greenville College (Illinois), 
1967 — Elementary Education 
Ronald A. Crain, B.S. 

Southwest Missouri State 

College, 1965 — Administration 
and Supervision 
Jacquelyn Jane Fuess Crane, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1967 — Elementary Education 
Donald Trevor Cross, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Counselor Education 



Shirley Katherine Curl, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Elementary Education 
Thomas J. Dabncke, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Donna Kay Davis, B.S. 

University of Missouri, 1965 
Secondary Education-Biology 
Izetta D. Davis, B.S. 

Western Kentucky State College, 
1960 — Counselor Education 
Lois Jean Denzel, B.M E. 
Greenville College (Illinois), 
1962 — Counselor Education 
Billie N. Dikes, B.S. 

University of Texas, 1958 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Maralyn L. Drennan, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1950 — Elementary Education 
Eugene Norman Duncan. B.S. in 
Ed., Illinois State Normal 
University, 1954 — Counselor 
Education 
Fred L. Ehrstein, A.B. 
Washington LJniversity 

(Missouri), 1951 — Secondary 
Education-French 
Julia I. Eimes, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1954 — Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 
Willa Palmore Ellis, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Elementary Education 
Clint Evans, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Counselor Education 
Sandra Jean Fabrizi, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1968— Elementary 
Education 
Janet K. Fancher, B.A. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Geraldine Farthing, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Elementary Education 
Judy Kay Ferguson, B.S. in Ed. 
Western Illinois University, 1967 
Elementary Education 
Charles Wilson Finley, B.S. in Ed. 
Greenville College (Illinois), 
1960 — Counselor Education 
Jean Faulds Easton Fite, PHB. 
University of Chicago (Illinois), 
1946 — Elementary Education 
Marion L. Fitzgerald, B.A. 

Northland College (Wisconsin), 
1956 — Elementary Education 
Barbara Carleen Flach, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Richard Allen Fowler, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 



Donald R. Frailey, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Counselor Education 
Dolores Maxine Franklin, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary Education 
Melva Ruth Friederich, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1962 — Administration and 
Supervision 
David Allen Fry, B.S. 

University of North Carolina, 
1959— Secondary Education- 
Business Education 
Rosalie A. Garrett, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 
Helen Winters Gatawakas, B.S. 
Wisconsin State University, 1938 
Elementary Education 
Charles P. Giedeman, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secondary Education- 
Biology 
Opal Alcoke Gillespie, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois State Teachers 
College, 1951— Special 
Education 
Martha Moore Giordano, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education- 
English 
Paul Edward Goldman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Ruth Elaine Gouge, B.S. in Ed. 
Southwest Missouri State, 1964 
Secondary Education-Business 
Education 
Argia Jacobucci Gray, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Elementary Education 
Richard Albert Gronemeyer, B.S. 
in Ed., Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1966 — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Elizabeth Hale, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Eileen Marie Fullerton Hall, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 

University, 1963 — Elementary 
Education 
Shelby Hammond, B.S. 

Greenville College (Illinois), 
1963 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Charles Donald Hampton, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Counselor Education 
Gary Dale Hickerson, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1960 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Anne Fooshee Higgins, B.S. 
Murray State College 
(Kentucky), 1964 
Administration and 
Supervision 



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Lawrence William Hopen, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 

Carol Ann Houck, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 
Burena C. Howard, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 
Glen I. Jennings, B.S. in Ed. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1957 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Sherry Ann Jones, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 
Nellie Peters Julian, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 

John C. Kaliher, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Patricia Ann Keller, B.S. 

Illinois State Normal University, 
1965 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 
Bonna Jean Kirk, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 
John Edward Koenig, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 
Teachers College, 1966 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Patsy Ann McWilliams Koenig, 
B.S., Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1966 — Elementary 
Education 
Leatha Kay Ladd, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Counselor Education 
Leo M. Landgraf, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1951 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Edward Dale Lewis, B.S. 

Western Illinois University, 1957 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Margaret L. Leyda, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1965 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Jean Etta Lilienkamp, A.B. in Ed. 
Harris Teachers College 

(Missouri), 1960 — Elementary 
Education 
Willie Mae Long, B.S. 

Illinois State Normal University, 
1963 — Special Education 
Jack Edward Maddox, B.S. in Ed. 
Illinois State Normal University, 
1957 — Secondary Education- 
Physics 
Carl Manier Jr., B.S. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1963 — Secondary Education- 
Physics 



Marie Ruth Martens, B.A. 

Notre Dame College (Missouri), 
1962 — Secondary Education- 
English 
Nancy Ann Mauton, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Special Education 
Brenda Elaine May, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Elementary Education 
Patrick C. McBride, B.A. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1968 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Michael T. McNeill, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Counselor Education 
Shulamith Mellman, A.B. 
Washington University 

(Missouri), 1960 — Counselor 
Education 
Betty Jane Meredith, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Counselor Education 
Thomas Ray Miller, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education- 
History 
Monica M. Moore, B.M. in Ed. 
Webster College (Missouri), 
1964 — Counselor Education 
Emma Louise Mottar, B. Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1939 — Elementary Education 
Glenn Allen Mullins, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1963 
Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 
Richard V. Murdach, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Tamara Rae Murdach, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 
Lawrence T. Noeth, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 
DeeMana Antonette Pashoff, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Special Education 
Donald H. Peebles, B.S. 

Missouri Valley College, 1962 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Frances Katherine Perne, B.S. in 
Ed., Greenville College (Illinois), 
1957 — Elementary Education 
Eileen Elizabeth Peters, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Elementary Education 
Richard K. Pilney, B.S. 

Illinois State Normal University, 
1966 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Jo Ann Quigley, B.S. 

Central Missouri State College, 
1960 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 



Rebecca Dianne Randle, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Elementary Education 
John Joseph Rensing, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 
Dennis O'Donnell Rineberg, B.A. 
Monmouth College (Illinois), 
1961 — Secondary Education- 
Mathematics 
Charles Reese Roper, B.S. in Ed. 
East Illinois University, 1960 
Counselor Education 
Ralph William Rotter Jr., B.S. 
St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1967 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Lowell Ray Routley, B.A. 

Greenville College (Illinois), 
1968 — Counselor Education 
Joel H. Schmidt, B.S. in Ed. 
Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois), 1960 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Irece L. Scott, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Special Education 
John David Shannahan, A.B. 
Drury College (Missouri), 1956 
Secondary Education-Physics 
Marvin A. Shipley, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary Education 
Joyce J. Simon, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Counselor Education 
Lillyvee Bourker Singleton, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 

University, 1961 — Counselor 
Education 
Paul M. Smart, A.B. in Ed. 
Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1964 
Administration and 
Supervision 
E. Maxine Smith, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1954 — Elementary Education 
James David Sneddon, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education- 
History 
Gladys Evelyn Stookey, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1952 — Elementary Education 
Charles J. Strantz Jr., A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1965 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Richard J. Swift, B.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1965 — Counselor 
Education 
Ralph C. Teague, B.A. in Ed. 
Southwestern Institute of 

Technology (Oklahoma), 1934 
Administration and 
Supervision 



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Charles Everett Tigue, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1956 — Elementary Education 
John Elmar Wagner, A.B. 
Harris Teachers College 
(Missouri), 1964 
Administration and 
Supervision 
James W. Wallace, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Ronald H. Webb, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 
Margaret Joanne Weidner, B.S. in 
Ed., Midwestern University 
(Texas) , 1968— Elementary 
Education 
Mary R. Weinhold, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 



Gerald F. Wheeler, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Calvin R. Whitlock Jr., B.A. 

Shurtleff College (Illinois), 1945 
Elementary Education 

Nancy Whitlow, B.S. in Ed. 
Ouachita Baptist College 

(Arkansas), 1963 — Elementary 
Education 
Gail A. Wiener, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Business Education- 
Secondary Education 
Mary Lucille Beedle Wilton, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1949 
Counselor Education 
Dorothy Anne Witzl, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1948 
Special Education 
Charlotte Jean Wolf, B.S. in Ed. 
Edinboro State College 
(Pennsylvania), 1958 
Elementary Education 



M. Carleen Wrasman, B.S. in Ed. 
Alverno College (Wisconsin), 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Robert Wilbert Yandle Jr., B.S. 
Agricultural, Mechanical, and 
Normal College (Arkansas), 
1955 — Elementary Education 
Anita J. Young, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Counselor Education 
Carol Ann Zanin, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1967 
Counselor Education 
Jack Franklin Zimmerman, B.S. 
in Ed., Eastern Illinois 
University, 1950 
Administration and 
Supervision 
Dale William Zink, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secondary Education- 
Business Education 



IN ABSENTIA 



Jeanne Marie Carlock, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Counselor Education 
E. Claude Cosby Jr., B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Counselor Education 
George Leonard Eves, B.S. in Ed. 
Cheney State College 
(Pennsylvania), 1961 
Counselor Education 



Ranson Norman Hines, B.A. 
Roosevelt University (Illinois), 
1944 — Counselor Education 
Robert Eugene Kallal, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1960 — Administration and 
Supervision 
Sarah Jane Kernahan, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary Education 
Estelle Schermer Massie, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1947 
Counselor Education 



Robert L. Shanks, B.S. in Ed. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1966 — Counselor Education 
Marilee Shelton, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Elementary Education 
Joan Cowell Wiegard, A.B. 
St. Louis University, 1966 
Special Education 



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Candidates for the Certificate of Specialist 



Dennis R. Butts, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 1961; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Counselor Education 
Myrna Cofer, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1959; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Counselor Education 
Gerald Earl Ellis, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Educational Administration 
Thomas W. Eson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1965; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Educational Administration 
Philip D. Garrett, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Educational Administration 
Jerry Cecil Gibson, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Educational Administration 
Margaret Ann Gilligan, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 1951; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1969 
Educational Administration 
Clarence D. Haege, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1958; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Educational Administration 
Walter Max Hansel Jr., B.S. in Bus. Ed. 

Western Michigan College of Education, 1957; M.A. 
Western Michigan College of Education, 1962 
Educational Administration 
Stanley L. Johnson, B.S. in Ed. 

Greenville College (Illinois), 1953; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1956 
Educational Administration 
Patricia L. Konya, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Counselor Education 



Harold W. Matthews, B.S. in Ed. 

Taylor University (Indiana), 1952; M.A. 
Ball State University (Indiana), 1955 
Educational Administration 
Alex I. Molnar, B.A. 

North Park College (Illinois), 1966; M.A. 
Northeastern Illinois State College, 1969 
Educational Administration 
Carmen Sylvia Moreschini, A.B. 

Colorado State University, 1947; M.A. 
Teachers College Columbia University (New York) 
1953 

Educational Administration 
Lois Madaline Mulford, B.S. in Ed. 

Northeast State Teachers College (Missouri), 1938; 

M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Counselor Education 
Roland C. Schilling, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962; M.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Educational Administration 
Hazel Wallace Stanislawsky, B.S. in El. Ed. 
University of Illinois, 1952; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1969 
Counselor Education 
Charles Russell Steptoe, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1960; M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961 
Counselor Education 
Marion A. Verton, B.S. in Ed. 

University of Illinois, 1942; M.S. in Ed. 
University of Illinois, 1951 
Educational Administration 
Gerald A. Webb, B.S. in Ed. 
Arkansas College, 1954; M.A. 
Indiana State Teachers College, 1962 
Counselor Education 
Arthur E. Wehmeier, B.A. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 1939; M.A. 
University of Illinois, 1948 
Educational Administration 



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Candidates Appointed as Second Lieutenant 
in the United States Air Force Reserve 



Donald Earl Armstrong 

Wilfred Philo Holeman, Jr. 

Walter Van Pitchford, Jr. 

Gary Lee Ruebhausen 

Arvil Vern Taylor, Jr. 



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Honorary Degree 
Doctor of Literature 
Gwendolyn Brooks 

Gwendolyn Brooks, Poet Laureate of Illinois, successor to the late Carl Sandburg, was born in 
Topeka, June 7, 1917. She graduated from Wilson Junior College in 1936. In 1945 she was named 
one of the ten Women of the Year by Mademoiselle magazine; she was a recipient of an award for 
creative writing from the American Academy for Arts and Letters, 1946; she received a Guggenheim 
Fellowship for creative writing in 1946 and 1947; she received the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 1950, 
and the Friends of Literature Poetry award in 1964. 

At present she is teaching at three Chicago area colleges — Elmhurst, Northeastern State, and 
Columbia College. 

She is the author of "A Street in Bronzeville," 1945; "Annie Allen" (poetry), 1949; Maud Martha 
(novel), 1953; Bronzeville Boys and Girls (book for children); "The Bean Eaters" (poetry), 1960; 
and other works. 



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Southern Illinois University 

Distinguished Service Award 

Robert B. Lynn, M.D. 



Robert B. Lynn was awarded his Bachelor of Arts degree by Dubuque University and M.D. degree 
by Washington University. He did extensive graduate work at both the University of Minnesota 
and University of Iowa. He completed his internship and residence requirements at St. Louis City 
Hospital. He is a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons, American Society of Industrial 
Surgeons, and the American Society of Abdominal Surgeons. 

Dr. Lynn is either affiliated with or a consultant to Alton Memorial Hospital, St. Joseph's Hospital 
(Alton), St. Anthony's Hospital (Alton), Alton State Hospital, Wood River Township Hospital, and 
Jerseyville Community Hospital. He holds memberships in numerous medical societies including the 
American Medical Association, Central States Medical Society, Industrial Medical Society, Flying 
Physicians Association, and Aerospace Medical Association. 

Service to the community and region has been extensive. This extensive list includes: elder, First 
Presbyterian Church (Alton); former missionary to China for the Presbyterian Church; former 
President of the Boy Scouts of America, Piasa Council; member, Executive Committee Region Seven, 
Boy Scouts of America; member, Executive Committee Illinois Hospital and Health Service, Inc.; 
former President, Board of Education, Alton; member, Board of Directors of Alton Y.M.C.A.; 
member, Board of Directors, Alton United Fund; and Chairman, Southwestern Illinois Council for 
Higher Education. Because of his interest in education and his Council activity, Dr. Lynn was very 
active in bringing Southern Illinois University to Edwardsville. 



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Faculty Retiring, 1970 



ELEVEN YEARS OF SERVICE 

Ellen Frogner 
Humanities Division 



TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE 

Ernest J. Simon 
Dean, Division of Technical and Adult Education 

TWELVE YEARS OF SERVICE 

Leonard B. Wheat 
Education Division 



Necrology 



Tyrone A. Broussard 

Instructor in Lovejoy Library 
July 25, 1970 

William H. Garrett 

Assistant Director, Division of Technical and Adult Education 

April 5, 1970 

Charles M. Rockman 

Assistant Professor in the Science and Technology Division 

August 12, 1970 

Herbert F. A. Smith 

Professor in the Education Division 
August 30, 1969 



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FIELD MARSHALS 

H. Bruce Brubaker 
William C. Slattery 
Robert B. Hawkins 



FACULTY MARSHALS 



Professors 

Associate Professors 
Assistant Professors 
Instructors and Lecturers 



Emil F. Jason 
Lawrence E. Taliana 



Leonard B. Wheat 
James L. Robinson 
George C. Grant 
David Van Horn 



DIVISION MARSHALS 



Technical and Adult Education 

Business 

Education 

Fine Arts 

Humanities 

Nursing 

Science and Technology 

Social Sciences 

Graduate School 



Robert E. Rockwell 
Boulton B. Miller 
Leslie J. Wehling 
David C. Huntley 
Jules Zanger 
Doris Edwards 
Richard R. Boedeker 
Harry B. Kircher 
John W. Ellsworth 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT ARRANGEMENTS 



Bruce Brubaker, Chairman 
George Ackerlund 
Jerome Birdman 
Charles Butler 
Morris Carr 
John Davis 
Boulton Miller 



Charles Moorleghen 
Garry Murphy 
William Shaw 
Luther Statler 
Ronald Steckling 
Richard Stephenson 
Charles Tragesser 



USHERS 

Delta Kappa Tau Fraternity 
Kappa Alpha Mu Sorority 



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Academic Attire 



All candidates for degrees and those who hold 
these degrees, including University officials and 
faculty and visiting dignitaries, are attired in tradi- 
tional cap and gown. Representatives of American 
universities met in 1895 and agreed upon a standard 
style of academic attire for the various degrees. 
This Intercollegiate Code, revised in 1932 and again 
in 1959, is followed today by all American colleges 
and universities except for a few schools which con- 
tinue to use the styles of England. 

CAPS 

Candidates for degrees wear the regulation black 
mortarboard cap with tassel appropriate to the 
school or division from which they are being grad- 
uated, with the exception of those who already hold 
doctor's degrees, who are privileged to wear gold 
tassels. 

The authorized list of tassels follows: 
Baccalaureate and Associate Degrees 

Education — Light Blue 

Liberal Arts — White 

Agriculture — Maize 

Business — Sapphire Blue 

Communications — Blue 

Fine Arts — Brown 

Music — Pink 

Music Education — Light Blue 

Home Economics — Maroon 

Technology — Orange 

Nursing — Apricot 

VTI-Technology — Orange 

VTI-Business — Sapphire Blue 

VTI-Art— White 
Master's Degrees 

All fields— Black 
Doctor of Philosophy — Gold 

GOWNS 

The bachelor's gown has a closed front and long, 
pointed, open sleeves. The master's gown has either 
an open or closed front with extremely long, closed 
sleeves, open at the wrist; the end of the oblong 
sleeve is square, with an arc of a circle cut away 
just above the bottom. The doctor's gown may be 
worn open or closed. It has voluminous bell-shaped 
sleeves on which appear three velvet bars (usually 
black, but sometimes in the color of the subject 
area). 

HOODS 

The master's hood is three and one-half feet long 
with a three-inch-wide velvet edging of the ap- 
propriate color. 

The colors for those master's degrees granted by 
Southern Illinois University are: 

Master of Arts — White 

Master of Business Administration — 
Sapphire Blue 



Master of Fine Arts — Brown 

Master of Music — Pink 

Master of Music Education — Pink 

Master of Science — Gold 

Master of Science in Education — Gold 

The lining is in color or colors of the institution 
granting the degree. 

The doctor's hood is easily recognized by a four- 
inch width of velvet edging, the wide panels at 
either side, the greater length, and the full exposure 
of the lining. The colors of the edging most fre- 
quently seen are blue for philosophy, light blue for 
education, green for medicine, purple for laws, 
yellow for science and white for arts and letters. 
The colors of the lining are those of the school 
from which the degree is granted. 

Below are listed a few schools and their colors 
from which faculty appearing in the academic 
procession have received degrees: 
University of Alabama — Crimson and White 
Arizona State University — Maroon and Gold 
University of Arizona — National Red and Blue 
University of Arkansas — Cardinal and White 
Auburn University — Burnt Orange, Royal Blue 
Boston University — Scarlet and White 
Bradley University — Red and White 
Brandeis University — Wedgewood Blue 
Bryn Mawr — Old Gold and White 
University of California — Gold and Yale Blue 
California Institute of Technology — Orange and 

White 
Carnegie Institute of Technology — Carnegie Tartan 
University of Chicago — Maroon 
University of Cincinnati — Red and Black 
Clark University — White and Emerald Green 
Colorado School of Mines — Light Navy and Silver 

Gray 
Colorado State College of Education — Old Gold 

and Purple 
Colorado State University — Pumpkin Yellow and 

Alfalfa Green 
University of Colorado — Gold and Silver Gray 
Columbia University — Light Blue and White 
University of Connecticut — National Flag Blue and 

White 
Cornell University — Carnelian and White 
University of Delaware — Blue and Golden Yellow 
University of Denver — Crimson and Gold 
Duke University — Yale Blue and White 
Emory University — Blue and Gold 
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy — Brown and 

Blue 
Florida State University — Garnet and Gold 
University of Florida — Orange and Blue 
George Peabody College for Teachers — Garnet and 

Turquoise 
George Washington University — Dark Blue and 

Buff 
Harvard University — Crimson 



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University of Houston — Red and White 
University of Illinois — Navy Blue and Orange 
Illinois Institute of Technology — Scarlet and Silver 

Gray 
Indiana University — Crimson and Cream 
University of Iowa — Old Gold 
Iowa State University of Science and Technology— 

Old Gold and Cardinal 
The John Hopkins University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Kansas — Blue and White 
Kansas State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Yellow Gold and Crimson 
University of Kentucky — Blue and White 
Lehigh University — Brown and White 
Louisiana State University and Agriculture and 

Mechanical College — Purple and Gold 
University of Kentucky, Louisville — Cardinal 
Loyola University ( Chicago ) — Maroon and Gold 
University of Maryland — Black and Old Gold 
University of Massachusetts — Maroon and White 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Cardinal 

and Silver Gray 
University of Miami — Orange, White, and Green 
University of Michigan — Maze and Azure Blue 
Michigan State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Green and White 
University of Minnesota — Old Gold and Maroon 
University of Missouri — Old Gold and Black 
Montana State University — Copper and Silver-Gold 
University of Nebraska — Scarlet and Cream 
University of New Mexico — Silver Gray and Cherry 

Red 
New York University — Violet 

North Carolina State University — Red and White 
University of North Carolina — Columbia Blue and 

White 
Northwestern University — Purple and Gold 
Notre Dame University — Old Gold and Royal Blue 
Ohio State University — Scarlet and Gray 
Oklahoma State University — Orange and Black 
University of Oklahoma — Crimson and Cream 
Oregon State University — Burnt Orange 
University of Oregon — Lemon and Emerald Green 
University of Pennsylvania — Red and Blue 
The Pennsylvania State University — Dark Blue and 

White 
University of Pittsburgh — Navy Blue and Gold 
Princeton University — Orange and Black 
Purdue University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Rochester — Dandelion Yellow 
Rutgers University — Scarlet 
Saint Louis University — White and Yale Blue 
University of South Dakota — Red 
University of Southern California — Gold and Cardi- 
nal 



Southern Illinois University — Maroon and White 

Stanford University — Cardinal 

Syracuse University — Orange 

Temple University — White and Cherry 

Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University — 

Maroon and White 
Texas Technical College — Scarlet and Black 
Texas Woman's University — Olive Green and Light 

Blue 
University of Utah — Red and White 
University of Virginia — Navy Blue and Orange 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute — Orange and Maroon 
Washington State University — Crimson and Silver 

Gray 
Washington University — Green and Red 
University of Washington — Purple and Gold 
Wavne State University — Forest Green and Old 

Gold 
West Virginia University — Old Gold and Navy Blue 
Western Reserve University — White and Scarlet 
University of Wisconsin — Cardinal 
University of Wyoming — Brown and Yellow 
Yale University — Yale Blue 

Universities outside the United States from which 
faculty members have received doctor's degrees: 

Allahabad University 

Budapest University 

Interamerican University, Mexico 

Ludvig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany 

National University of Mexico 

Oxford University 

Patna University 

Philips University of Marburg, Germany 

Stephen Tisza, Hungary 

University of Amsterdam 

University of Barcelona 

University of Bern 

University of Bombay 

University of Delhi 

University of Free Ukraine, Munich, Germany 

University of Freiburg 

University of Glasgow 

University of Goettingen 

University of Havana 

University of Liverpool 

University of Madrid 

University of Munich 

University of Natal 

University of Nottingham 

University of Oslo 

University of Paris 

University of Vienna 



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Southern Illinois University 

CARBONDALE, ILLINOIS 




OBJECTIVES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 
TO EXALT BEAUTY 

In God, 

in nature, and 
in art; 
Teaching how to love the best 

but to keep the human touch; 

TO ADVANCE LEARNING 

In all lines of truth 

wherever they may lead, 

Showing how to think 

rather than what to think, 

Assisting the powers 
of the mind 

In their self-development; 

TO FORWARD IDEAS AND IDEALS 

In our democracy, 
Inspiring respect for others 

as for ourselves, 
Ever promoting freedom 

with responsibility; 

TO BECOME A CENTER OF ORDER AND LIGHT 

That knowledge may lead 

to understanding 
And understanding 

to wisdom. 



Commencement 

September 5, 1970 



Board of Trustees 



Southern Illinois University operates under the jurisdiction of a Board of Trustees created by a 
Charter granted by the Illinois General Assembly. The Board consists of seven members appointed by 
the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Instruction who serves as an ex-officio member. Mem- 
bers are appointed for terms of six years. 

Mr. Lindell W. Sturgis, Chairman Metropolis 

Mr. Harold R. Fischer, Vice-Chairman Granite City 

Mr. Melvin C. Lockard, Secretary Mattoon 

William W. Allen Normal 

Dr. Martin V. Brown Carbondale 

Mr. Ivan A. Elliott, Jr Carmi 

Mr. F. Guy Hitt Benton 

Honorable Ray Page (ex-officio) Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 



11 



The University 



southern Illinois university was established 
in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal University. 
The shortened name became official in 1947 by 
action of the state legislature. 

In 1874 the first building on the campus at 
Carbondale was completed, financed by state- 
appropriated funds and contributions from citi- 
zens of Jackson County. In the fall of that year, 
the first regular academic year for the school, 
150 students were enrolled. The student popula- 
tion has increased steadily and now exceeds 
35,000. 

For some years after its establishment, South- 
ern Illinois University operated as a two-year 
normal school. In 1907 it became a four-year, 
degree-granting institution, though continuing 
its two-year course until 1936. In 1943, after a 
vigorous campaign led by President Roscoe Pul- 
liam, the state legislature changed the institu- 
tion, which had been in theory exclusively a 
teacher-training school, into a university, thereby 
taking official recognition of the great demand in 
the area for diversified training. 

The action of the legislature led to establish- 
ing colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Vocations and Professions, offering 
the Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor 
of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Grad- 
uate work was instituted in 1943 and the Grad- 
uate School was formally established in 1948. At 
this time it was authorized to grant the Master 
of Arts and Master of Science degrees in addi- 
tion to the Master of Science in Education. In 

1952 the Master of Fine Arts degree was added 
to the list, the Doctor of Philosophy in 1955, and 
in 1956 the Master of Music and the Master of 
Music Education. The Divisions of Communica- 
tions, Fine Arts, and Rural Studies were estab- 
lished in 1953, and in 1955 became the Schools of 
Communications, Fine Arts, and Agriculture, 
respectively. The College of Vocations and Pro- 
fessions was dissolved, and a School of Business 
was created in 1956. In 1957 the Department of 
Home Economics became the School of Home 
Economics. In 1959 the Department of Applied 
Science became the School of Applied Science, 
which, in 1961, was renamed the School of Tech- 
nology to include the engineering programs. The 
growth of classes for adults and for those seeking 
technical training led to the establishment in 

1953 of the Division of Technical and Adult Ed- 
ucation, of which the Vocational-Technical Insti- 



tute is a part. The Department of Nursing was 
established in 1955; subsequently, it has been 
transferred to Edwardsville. 

The Community Development Institute was 
established in 1956. Labor, Latin American, and 
Rehabilitation Institutes were created in 1957, 
the Transportation Institute in 1960, and the 
Center for the Study of Crime, Delinquency, 
and Corrections in 1961. A Center for Viet- 
namese Studies and Programs was created in 
1969. The International Services Division ad- 
ministers adviser and teaching teams in eight 
areas of the world. 

In 1949 the Belleville Residence Center was 
established. Then, because of the growing de- 
mand for educational opportunities in the Madi- 
son-St. Clair counties area, the University estab- 
lished the Alton Residence Center and the East 
St. Louis Residence Center in 1957. In 1959 the 
Southwestern Illinois agencies were organized in- 
to a unit coordinate with the Carbondale Cam- 
pus and named the Edwardsville Campus. On a 
2,600-acre site near Edwardsville a new campus 
was constructed, with instruction beginning in 
1965. The Carbondale Campus and the Edwards- 
ville Campus were renamed in 1969 and are now 
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and 
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 

The instructional framework of Southern Illi- 
nois University at Edwardsville consists of the 
Business Division, Education Division, Fine Arts 
Division, Humanities Division, Science and Tech- 
nology Division, Social Sciences Division, and the 
Division of Nursing, in which an undergrad- 
uate may choose from thirty-two different con- 
centrations leading to a bachelor's degree. Grad- 
uate students may earn the following degrees: 
Master of Arts, Master of Business Administra- 
tion, Master of Music, Master of Fine Arts, 
Master of Science, and Master of Science in 
Education. The Certificate of Specialist is avail- 
able for persons in education who wish to study 
beyond the master's degree. 

The School of Dental Medicine has been 
established and a dean has been selected; he is 
currently employing faculty and staff members. 
The school will be temporarily housed in Alton 
until permanent facilities can be approved and 
constructed on the Edwardsville campus. A pro- 
gram of continuing education for dentists in the 
area is proposed for 1970-71 academic year. 
The school plans to start regular classes in 1971. 



in 



The presidents of the University have been Daniel B. Parkinson 1897-1913 

Henry W. Shryock 1913-1935 

Robert Allyn 1874-1892 Roscoe Pulliam 1935-1944 

John Hull 1892-1893 Chester F. Lay 1944-1948 

Harvey W. Everest 1893-1897 Delyte W. Morris 1948- 



IV 



Order of the Exercises 



PROCESSIONAL 



Psalm XIX Benedetto Marcello 



invocation The Reverend James A. Genisio, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Director, Newman Center 



CONFERRING OF THE HONORARY DEGREES 

Chancellor Robert G. Layer, Ph.D. 
Presentation of Candidates 



Professor C. Horton Talley, Ph.D. 
Dean, College of Communications and Fine Arts 

Professor Ralph E. McCoy, Ph.D. 

Dean, University Libraries 



conferring of advanced degrees 
Chancellor Robert G. Layer, Ph.D. 
Presentation of Candidates 



Professor Willis E. Malone 
Assistant to the Chancellor 



conferring of the baccalaureate and associate degrees 
Chancellor Robert G. Layer, Ph.D. 
Presentation of Candidates 



Professor Willis E. Malone 
Assistant to the Chancellor 



College of Education 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

College of Communications and Fine Arts 

School of Agriculture 

School of Business 

School of Home Economics 

School of Technology 

Department of Design 

Division of Technical and Adult Education 



RECOGNITION OF FACULTY RETIRING AND NECROLOGY 



Chancellor Robert G. Layer, Ph.D. 



alma mater Clark Morgan-Daum 

benediction The Reverend James A. Genisio, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Director, Newman Center 

recessional Trumpet Voluntary in D. Major Henry Purcell 



The audience is asked to remain at their seats until the faculty and graduates have 

completed the recessional. 



VI 



Granting of Degrees 



This list contains the names of candidates for degrees, the granting of which is contingent upon the 
successful completion of all the requirements for the degree. 

One asterisk after name indicates candidate is being graduated with honors, two asterisks indicate 
high honors, and three asterisks indicate highest honors. Persons graduating with highest honors are 
awarded life memberships in the Alumni Association. 

Names of candidates in attendance will be read by professor isaac p. brackett. 

Organist Marianne webb, Associate Professor, School of Music. 



vn 



Doctor of Humane Letters 



Albert Craig Baird 

Albert Craig Baird is widely acknowledged to be the outstanding scholar in Public Address and 
Rhetoric. He taught at Ohio Wesleyan, Bates, Dartmouth, Columbia, and Iowa. Since 1952, when 
he became Emeritus Professor of Speech at Iowa University, he has taught and lectured in many 
universities throughout the country, among these The University of Missouri, Richmond University, 
the University of Southern California, Michigan State University, Florida State University, The 
University of Illinois, and the University of Washington. He has served as Distinguished Visiting 
Professor in the Department of Speech at Southern Illinois University since 1959. He has written 
many books in the field of Speech, some of which have become classics and all of which have con- 
tributed solidly to American study of theory and practice in the field. One of the founders of the 
Speech Association of America, he served as President of the national organization in 1939, and 
has continued to give leadership, in one capacity or another, throughout his career. Professor Baird 
has probably directed more graduate studies in the field of Speech than any other scholar, and 
there are few colleges or universities which do not have at least one faculty member who has worked 
with him either at the undergraduate level, as a debater, or as a graduate student. Dr. Baird, with 
all his interest in public affairs and in the professional organization, has remained first of all a 
teacher. A brilliant scholar — Phi Beta Kappa, Wabash — and a great contributor to the theory of 
Rhetoric and Public Address, he is perhaps chiefly notable for his insistence upon the ethical point 
of view in Speech. He has identified communication with political freedom under law and with 
sound moral purposes. 



Vlll 



Doctor of Humane Letters 



Robert Bingham Downs 

Distinguished librarian and bibliographer, serving successively as librarian of Colby College, Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, New York University, and for the past 26 years librarian and dean of 
library administration at the University of Illinois where he developed one of the nation's major 
research libraries. 

International authority on the assessment and development of library resources in support of 
graduate studies and research. 

Consultant to more than a score of libraries and universities in the United States and abroad, 
including Cornell University, Purdue University, University of Utah, the State Council of Higher 
Education for Virginia, the Misouri Library Association, the Association of Universities and Colleges 
in Canada, and the Library of Congress. 

Consultant to the Japanese government in establishing a national library following World War II; 
library advisor to the governments of Mexico and Turkey; consultant to university libraries in 
Afghanistan and Columbia. 

Generous friend of the libraries of Southern Illinois University during the years of rapid growth 
from teachers' college to a two-campus university. 

Director of one of America's major library schools from 1943 to 1958, exercising a profound in- 
fluence on a generation of librarians now serving throughout the world. 

Author of more than twenty volumes in fields of library science, bibliography, the history of 
great books, intellectual freedom, and American humor. Lecturer on college campuses throughout 
the nation. 

Elected to the presidency of the American Library Association in 1952, an acknowledgment of 
leadership in his profession. Recipient in 1963 of the Clarence Day Award for encouraging reading 
of the great classics of our civilization, and, in 1964, of the Joseph W. Lippincott Award for distin- 
guished service to the library profession. Honored in 1968 by colleagues in the world of books for 
his long career in behalf of intellectual freedom by the presentation of an annual intellectual freedom 
award bearing his name. 



IX 



Candidates for the Degree 
Doctor of Philosophy 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



John M. H. Olmsted, Dean 

Ronald G. Hanson, Marshal 

Donald L. Beggs, Asst. Marshal 



Rudolph Valentino Barello, B.A., M.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Louisiana State University, 1967 
Speech 

A Propositional Analysis of Selected Literature 
of Two Right Wing Organizations and Their 
Spokesmen, Billy James Hargis and Gerald L. K. 
Smith 

Helen Reinhold Barrett, A.B., M.A. 
Barnard College (New York), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

The Effect of Payoffs and Prior Probabilities on 
Decision- Making about Normally Distributed 
Populations 

Lawrence Elmer Barry, Jr., A.B., M.A. 
St. Louis University (Missouri), 1950 
Southern Illinois University, 1969 
Philosophy 

Causality, A Critique of Richard Taylor's 
Theory 

David N. Bateman, B.A., M.S. 
Parsons College (Iowa), 1961 
Southern Illinois University, 1963, 1967 
Speech 

Institutional Business Communications, Specif- 
ically Communications of Caterpillar Tractor 
Company in Support of Holding the Line on 
Wages, 1960-1961 

William S. Bigard, B.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1966 
Chemistry 

Synthesis and Study of 1,2-Diazetidines 

Robert O. Birkhimer, B.S., M.S. 

University of Illinois, 1946, 1949, 1952 
Education 

A Comparison of State Plans for Public Junior 
Colleges in the States of Illinois and Iowa, with 
Special Reference to the Influence of Leonard 
Vincent Koos 

William Colilla, B.S. 

University of Illinois, 1962 
Chemistry 

Mechanism of Indole-3-Acetic Acid Oxidase in 
Corn 

Richard Delaine Downey, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961, 1965 
Education 

A Study of the Leader Behavior of Special 
Education Administrators in Illinois Public 
Schools 



Wallace Dean Draper, B.S. in Ed., Certif. of Spec. 
Southern Illinois University, 1960, 1968 
Education 

An Analysis of Advanced Placement American 
History Programs in Selected Illinois Public 
Secondary Schools 
Grace Helen Miller Duff, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1950, 1953 
Education 

The Impact of Pre-School Programing and Par- 
ent Schooling on Welfare Recipient First Grade 
Children 
Homer Eugene Dybvig, B.F.A., M.F.A. 
Ohio University, 1947, 1951 
Speech 

An Analysis of Political Communication Through 
Selected Television Commercials Produced by 
the Robert Goodman Agency, Inc. 
Joseph Carroll Eades, Jr., B.A., M.S. 

Southwestern at Memphis (Tennessee), 1956 
University of Tennessee, 1958 
Sociology 

A Study of Structured Role Modification of 
Ward Personnel in a Maximum Security Mental 
Hospital 
Edna Jacqueline Eddleman, B.S., M.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 1958, 1961 
Home Economics 

Development, Use, and Evaluation of an Indi- 
vidualized Instruction Unit to Teach the Concept 
"Evaluation" as it Relates to Home Economics 
Education 
Theodore Randolph Engelmann, B.S. 

Carnegie Institute of Technology (Pennsylvania), 1965 
Chemistry 

Chemistry of Metallocenes: Part I. Synthesis 
and NMR Aspects of 1,2-Disubstituted Fer- 
rocenes. Part II, Aspects of Ligand Exchange 
Reactions 
Conrad Edward Firling, B.S., M.S. 

DePaul University (Illinois), 1960, 1962 
Zoology 

Studies on the Functional Activity of Polytene 
Chromosomes of Chironomus tentans Salivary 
Glands Maintained in Prolonged Organ Culture 
John E. Forhetz, B.A., M. Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 1957 
University of Illinois, 1962 
Education 

An Investigation of Test Anxiety as Measured 
by the TASC in Content Areas Ranked Difficult 
and Easy with Fourth and Sixth Grade Students 



Carolyn Ann Fost, B.S. 

University of Michigan, 1965 
Economics 

The Salt Industry: A Case Study in the Evalua- 
tion of Public Policy 

John Palmer Fought, B.A., M.A. 
University of Colorado, 1951 
Montana State University, 1959 
Journalism 

News and Editorial Treatment of Alleged Reds 
and Radicals by Selected Newspapers and Peri- 
odicals During 1918-21 

John William Frater, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
McNeese State College (Louisiana), 1960 
Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Education 

Effects of Specific Physical Training Programs 
on the Reading Performances of Selected Prison 
Inmates 

Jewell Anne Friend, A.B., M.A. 

University of Miami (Florida), 1959 
Tulane University of Louisiana, 1960 
Education 

A Writing Program for Students of English as 
a Second Language, Based on a Critical Ex- 
amination of Relevant Research and Theories 
in Linguistics, Psychology, and Composition 

Gerald Robert Gaffney, B.A., M.A. 

Long Beach State College (California), 1963, 1965 
Zoology 

Responses of House Mice to Selected Stimulation 

John R. Graef, B.S., M.S. 

Loyola University (Illinois), 1964 
St. Mary University (Texas), 1965 
Mathematics 

Relaxation and Forced Oscillations in a Second 
Order Nonlinear Differential Equation 

John R. Haddock, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Mathematics 

Some Refinements of Liapunov's Direct Method 

Lyle M. Hamilton, B.A., M.S. 

Central State College (Oklahoma), 1962 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Speech 

The Rhetoric of Warren Earl Burger: A Study 
of the Socio-Ethical Implications of Advocacy 

Roy Charles Heidinger, B.A., M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966, 1967 
Zoology 

Use of Ultraviolet Light to Increase the Avail- 
ability of Aerial Insects to Caged Bluegill Sunfish 

Mary Lorraine Lamb Hill, B.S., M.S. 
Illinois State University, 1952 
University of Illinois, 1956 
Home Economics 

The Relationship of Selected Variables to the 
Achievement of Students Enrolled in a Home 
Management Course at Illinois State University 

Robert Allen Jacob, A.B., M.S. 
Illinois College, 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Chemistry 

Preparation and Characterization of Pyrazine- 
Trifluoroboranes 

Bruce A. Jannusch, B.A., A.M. 
Elmhurst College (Illinois), 1956 
Washington University (Missouri), 1963 
Philosophy 

A Re-Evaluation of Price's Theory of Perception 



Richard Byron Johnson, B.A., M.F.A. 
Idaho State University, 1959 
Ohio University, 1962 
Speech 

A Translation and an Acting Version of the 
Play Nummisuutarit (The Heath Cobblers) by 
Aleksis Stenval (KIVI), Produced and Com- 
pared to Native Finnish Productions of This 
and Other Plays by the Same Author 

Charles Howard Kolich, B.S. 

Pennsylvania State University, 1965 
Chemistry 

The Reactions of Halocyclotriphosphazenes with 
Metal Hydrides 

Ghanta Vithal Kumari, B.S., M.S. 

Government College for Women (India), 1962 
Banaras Hindu University (India), 1964 
Chemistry 

Beta-Elimination in Uronic Acids 

Hitoshi Kunoh, Bachelor's, Master's 
Kyoto University (Japan), 1964, 1966 
Botany 

Morphological Changes of Epidermal Nuclei 
During Development and Senescence of Barley 
Primary Leaf 

Bruce Leon Laube, B.S., M.S. 

Wisconsin State University, 1963 
Iowa State University, 1965 
Chemistry 

The Electrolysis of the Boron Trihalides and the 
Tetrahaloborates in Anhydrous Acetonitrile 

Jerry Allan Lee, B.A., M.A. 

Bradley University (Illinois), 1962, 1965 
Education 

The Academic Vice Presidency as Viewed by 
Presidents in Selected State Colleges and Uni- 
versities 

Leslie Y. Leventhal, B.A., M.S. 
University of California, 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

A Review and Analysis of the Frustration De- 
sign: A Chronicle of Shift Variable Methodology 

Sue D. Lewis, A.B., B.S. 

University of Kentucky, 1939 
Ohio State University, 1940 
Zoology 

The Effect of Salt Solutions on Osmotic Changes 
Associated with Surface Damage to the Golden 
Shiner, Notemigonus crysoleucas 

Chau-Yuan M. Li, Diploma 

Han Kin College (Hong Kong), 1964 
Education 

A Spirometric Mensuration of Forced Inhala- 
tion Employed in Three Methods of Voice In- 
struction 

Vo Ngoc Lin, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 

Western Michigan University, 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Education 

Awareness of Line Relationship in Children's 
Drawings and its Relationship with Mental 
Age 

Yi-shan Lin, B.S., M.S. 

National Taiwan University, 1960 
Western Illinois University, 1967 
Botany 

The Effect of Kinetin on Nuclear Changes in 
Senescing Outer Epidermal Cells of Onion Bulb 
Scales 



Liu Kuo-chun, B.S., M.S. 

Tunghai University (Taiwan), 1960 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Botany 

A Study of the Senescence of Soybean Co- 
tyledons 

Fereshteh Khaneghahi Mahootchi, Diploma, M.S. 
Teachers Training College (Iran), 1962 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Home Economics 

Planning a Curriculum for Preparation of Rural 
Home Economics Teachers in Iran 

Gerald Joseph Meesey, B.S. 

Southeast Missouri State College, 1962 
Speech Pathology and Audiology 

The Influence of the Number of Scale Categories 
upon the Reliability of Listeners' Judgments to 
Nasal Resonance 

Ronald Dwight Michaelson, A.B., M.A. 
Wheaton College (Illinois), 1963 
Northwestern University (Illinois), 1965 
Government 

The Politics of Gubernatorial Endorsements in 
Cook County, Illinois: An Empirical Analysis 

Hassan Mohammadi-Nejad, Degree, M.A. 
University of Teheran (Iran), 1963 
California State College at Los Angeles, 1966 
Government 

Elite-Counterelite Conflict and the Development 
of a Revolutionary Movement: The Case of 
Iranian National Front 

David Michael Moore, B.S., M.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1963, 1967 
Education 

An Experimental Study of the Value of the Size 
and Type of Still Projected Pictures on Im- 
mediate Recall of Content 

Leland B. Moore, B.S., M.S. 
Indiana State College, 1962 
Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Education 

Predicting Levels of Success in Baccalaureate 
Technology Curriculums 

Dolores Muhich, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961, 1966 
Education 

Multivariate Prediction of Selected Measures 
of College Success 

Charles Edward Nelson, B.A., M.A. 

Western Washington State College, 1957 
University of Washington, 1967 
Education 

An Experimental Study Using a Systems Ap- 
proach with Forms of Feedback in Group-Paced 
Programmed Instruction 

Warren Emmons Nieburg, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
Southeast Missouri State College, 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Education 

Perceptions of Secondary Teachers and Evaluat- 
ing Administrators Regarding Performance Fac- 
tors in Teacher Evaluation 
Jehiel Novick, A.B., M.A. 
University of Illinois, 1943 
Boston University (Massachusetts), 1965 
Education 

The Role of Department Chairmen in University 
Governance in Large Midwestern Universities 
as Perceived by Faculty, Chairmen and Ad- 
ministrators 



Thomas F. Owens, Jr., B.A., M.A. 
Carroll College (Montana), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Speech 

Rhetoric of Controversy Concerning Contempo- 
rary Funeral Practices 
Ronald Wilson Phillips, B.S., M.A. 

Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1956, 1964 
Education 

Attitudes: A Comparison of Senior High School 
Music Students and Music Instructors Toward 
Public School Music in St. Louis County, 
Missouri 
Nancy Moyer Prince, B.A., M.A. 

University of Southwest Louisiana, 1961 
Louisiana State University, 1963 
Education 

Precognitive Process Development: An Approach 
to Teaching Art Concepts for Age Groups 13-15 

Eduard Quiko, B.A., M.S. 

Bethel College (Kansas), 1965 
Fort Hays State College (Kansas), 1967 
Government 

The Role of Foreign Minister Subandrio in 
Indonesian Politics: An Analysis of Selected 
Indonesian Foreign Policies, 1957-1965 

Linnea L. Ratcliff, B.S., M.S. 

Southeast Missouri State College, 1961 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Speech 

An Axiological Investigation of Theories of 
Rhetorical Criticism since 1900 

Wayne W. Reinking, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
North Central College (Illinois), 1961 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Education 

The Impact on the Education of Low Incidence 
Children by One Diagnostic Center 

Ronald J. Richards, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1962, 1965 
Education 

The Effects of Social Deprivation, Physiological 
Arousal and Need for Approval Upon Verbal 
Conditioning with Social and Nonsocial Rein- 
forcers 

Dale O. Ritzel, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965, 1966 
Education 

The Development of an Evaluation Instrument 
Relating to Teacher Effectiveness in Driving 
Simulation 

Maxine Rosenbarger, B.S., M.S. in Nurs. Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1958 
Indiana University, 1959 
Education 

An Investigation of Selected Community Alcohol- 
ism Resources and Facilities and Their Relation- 
ship to Post-Hospitalization Adjustment of Male 
Alcoholics 
Lewis Roland Rutherford, B.S. in Ed., A.M. 
Concord College (West Virginia) , 1961 
West Virginia University, 1965 
Speech 

An Interpretation of Aristotle's Theory of the 
Modes and Forms of Proof 



Elizabeth Mary Schneider, B.A., M.A. 
Maycrest College (Iowa), 1949 
University of Kansas, 1950 
Education 

A Study of the Differences in the Expectations 
and Perceptions of Presidents, Deans, and De- 
partment Chairmen of the Functions of the Aca- 
demic Dean in Private Liberal Arts Colleges in 
the North Central Association 
Robert Perkins Sealy, B.S. 

Mt. Allison University (Canada), 1964 
Mathematics 

Period Relations for Double Integrals on Alge- 
braic Surfaces 
Ranjit Singh, B.S.. M.S. 

Murut College (India), 1956 
Patna University (India), 1959 
Economics 

Intermediate Products, Wage Differential and 
Relative Stability in a Two-Sector Model of 
Economic Growth 
Jack Kent Sistler, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1953, 1954 
Education 

A Study of Certain Aspects of Doctoral Degree 
Production in the Field of Education in United 
States Universities Since 1958 
Steven David Spaner, B.A., M.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966, 1969 
Education 

Application of Multivariate Techniques to De- 
velopmental Data: The Derivation, Verification, 
and Validation of a Predictive Model of Twenty- 
four-month Cognitive Development 
David Richard Sprague, B.A., M.A. 
California State College, 1963 
Long Beach State College (California), 1966 
Speech 

An Experimental Study of the Influence of 
Spoken, Audio, and Written Messages on the 
Conferring of Resistance to Moderately-and 
Strongly-Held Beliefs 
Walter H. Stewart, B.J., A.B., B.S. Ed., A.M. 
University of Missouri, 1942, 1955, 1956 
Journalism 

The Editorial Paragraph: A Century and More 
of Development 
Ramon Lynn Tate, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962 
Microbiology 

Genetic and Physiological Control of Proline 
Catabolism in Saccharomyces 
Gary Edward Tegtmeier, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Microbiology 

Biophysical Studies of Vesicular Stomatitis Virus 
Plaque Mutants 



Kenneth E. Varcoe, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 

Trenton State College (New Jersey), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Education 

A Comparative Study of Two Leadership De- 
velopment Programs for Potential Fraternity 
and Sorority Officers 
Dale G. Wachowiak, A.B., M.A. 

University of Detroit (Michigan), 1965 
University of Toledo (Ohio), 1966 
Psychology 

Model-Reinforcement Counseling with Internally 
and Externally Controlled College Males 
S. A. Wady-Ramahi, Certificate, M.A. 
City of London College (England) 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Education 

Impact of Oil Industry on Economics Develop- 
ment, Political Evolution, and Westernization of 
the Gulf States 
Gola E. Waters, B.A., J.D., M.S. 
St. Ambrose College (Iowa), 1951 
State University of Iowa, 1957 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
Government 

An Analysis of Labor Relations in the Public 
Sector with Special Emphasis on the Imple- 
mentation of Executive Order 10988 by the 
Federal Bureau of Prisons 
Paul D. Watkins, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Microbiology 

Biochemical and Morphological Mutants of Can- 
dida albicans 
John Joseph Weldon, Sr., B.A., M.A. 
University of Dayton (Ohio), 1947 
Western Kentucky State College, 1968 
Education 

The Evolution of Curriculum Development in 
the United States as Revealed Through Selected 
Writings 
Alton Daniel Whitley, Jr., B.A., M.A. 
Lycoming College (Pennsylvania), 1960 
Bucknell University (Pennsylvania), 1963 
Education 

Counselor-Teacher Consultations Including Video 
Analysis to Reduce Undesirable Student Re- 
sponses 
Milton Ray Whitten, B.S. in Ed., M. of Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1956 
University of Illinois, 1961 
Education 

The Status of Illinois School Programs for 
Children with Learning Disabilities with Impli- 
cations for Changes in Rules and Regulations 



IN ABSENTIA 



Charles David Bertelsen, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 
Blackburn College (Illinois), 1966 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Education 

Toward a Method for the Descriptive and Com- 
parative Analysis of Value Configurations in 
Radical Left Groups 
David Omar Born, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Education 

Value Orientation and Immigrant Assimilation 
in a Southern Illinois Community 



George Barrett Bricker, B.A., M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962, 1967 
Philosophy 

The Modal Logic of Induction 
Richard Steven Calef, B.A., M.A. 

University of Bridgeport (Connecticut), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

The Role of Stimulus Effects and Incentive Ef- 
fects on Reward Magnitude in Simple Instru- 
mental Conditioning 



Ruth Ann Burns Calef, B.A., M.A. 
North Central College (Illinois), 1966 
Southern Illinois University, 1969 
Psychology 

The Role of Hierarchy, Relaxation, and Focusing 
Variables in the Modification of Test Anxiety 

Chi-ying Jim Chu, B.A., M.A. 

National Taiwan University, 1957 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Journalism 

Henry Justin Smith (1875-1936), Managing Edi- 
tor of the Chicago Daily News 
William Hobert Collins, Jr., B.S. in Bus. Adm. 
University of Richmond, 1964 
Economics 

Combination Gas-Electric Utilities 
Thomas W. Deal, B.S., B.D., M.A. 
Manchester College (Indiana), 1960 
Bethany Biblical Seminary (Illinois), 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Philosophy 

Ernst Cassirer's Philosophy of History 

R. Tony Eichelberger, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Education 

Practice Effects of Repeated IQ Testing and the 
Relationship between IQ Change Scores and 
Selected Individual Characteristics 
John Vincent Erhart, B.A. 
Loras College (Iowa), 1965 
Mathematics 

Lyapunov Theory and Perturbations of Differ- 
ential Equations 
Paul A. Fox, B.A., M.A. 

Hofstra College (New York), 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

The Role of Reward- and Nonreward-Produced 
Stimuli on Performance to Patterned Reinforce- 
ment 
Zaki Rateb Ghosheh, B.A., M.A. 

American University (Lebanon), 1956, 1960 
Government 

The Process of Administrative Change in Jordan: 
1921-1967 
Richard P. Goodrick, B.S., M.A. 
Ohio University, 1954, 1961 
Government 

Inter-Local Agreements as a Measure of Political 
Community 
Matthew Hale Hill, B.A., M.A. 
University of Washington, 1958 
Washington State University, 1961 
Anthropology 

Ceramic Seriation of Archaeological Sites in 
Sierra Leone, West Africa 
Anita McLaughlin Hodge, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1962, 1964 
Education 

Multiple Regression Prediction of Success for 
ESEA Title III Instructional Materials Centers 
Larry LeRoy Jacoby, B.A., M.A. 

Washburn University (Kansas), 1966 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

Frequency Judgments as a Function of Spacing 
and Variation of Repetition 
Euell Dwayne Key, B.S., M.B.A. 

Texas Technological College, 1963, 1965 
Economics 

Changing Economic Structure of Metropolitan 
Areas, 1950 to 1960 



Edmund C. Lasswell, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1951 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Education 

Incremental Programing: Exploration of a Tech- 
nique for Meeting Individual Needs of High 
School Mathematics Students Through Hier- 
archical Task Analysis and Materials to Support 
Behavioral Assignments 
H. T. Laughlin, A.B., M.A. 

St. Anslem College (New Hampshire), 1965 
Indiana State University, 1965 
Speech 

The Disappointment and The Wheel of Fortune: 
Two Amateur Playwrights' Use of Local and Na- 
tional Events in Early American Plays 
Carol J. Laws, B.A., M.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1962, 1964 
Education 

Reinforcement Density and the Control of Com- 
plex Human Behaviors 

Carl Clinton Layne, B.A., M.A. 
Berea College (Kentucky), 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Psychology 

The Effect of Suggestion in Implosive Therapy 
for Fear of Rats 

Barnard Kelly Leiter, A.B., M.A. 
Indiana University, 1951 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 
Journalism 

A Study of the Relationship between General 
Ulysses S. Grant and Various Illinois News- 
papers Covering the Period March, 1864, to 
November, 1868 

Donald F. Lewis, B.A. 

University of Toledo (Ohio), 1964 
Philosophy 

The Notion of Time in the Cosmology of A. N. 
Whitehead 

William B. McMillan, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965, 1967 
Education 

The Effect of Monetary Reinforcement upon 
Mathematics Performance with Sixth Grade 
Ghetto Children in a Naturalistic Classroom 
Setting 
James P. Miles, B.S. 

Butler University (Indiana), 1964 
Botany 

The Utilization of Whey by Basidiomecetous 
Fungi 

Bert A. Miller, Jr., B.A., M.A. 

University of Omaha (Nebraska), 1963 
University of Nebraska, 1966 
Speech 

Personal, Situational, and Bibliographic Citation 
Characteristics as Predictors of Scholarly Publi- 
cation Activity 

Gary Douglas Oakley, B.S., M.S. 

Murray State University (Kentucky), 1967, 1968 
Education 

The Feasibility of Compressed Speech for Pre- 
vocational Education 
David Bruce Pariser, B.A., M.S. 
West Virginia University, 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Economics 

A Regional Analysis of Minority Group Oc- 
cupational Structural Patterns in the United 
States, 1940-1960 



Lois Wilson Parker, B.S., M.A. 

Sul Ross College (Texas) , 1964, 1965 
English 

The Muse of Paradise Lost: The Holy Spirit 
M. Jack Parker, B.S., M.S. 

Illinois State University, 1953, 1954 
Speech 

An Application of Stasis Theory to the Treat- 
ment of Issues in Intercollegiate Debating 
Jay R. Powell, B.S., M.A. 
University of Illinois, 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Education 

Some Effects of Positive and Negative Reinforce- 
ment on Matching-to-Sample with Human Sub- 
jects 



Thomas Rywick, B.A., M.A. 

State University of New York, 1965 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

Order Effects in Impression Formation as a 
Function of Involvement and Task Variables 
Robert B. Shelton, B.A., M.A. 
Texas Christian University, 1964 
University of California, 1967 
Economics 

Vote Trading, Pure and Impure Public Goods, 
and Pareto Optimality 



Candidates for the Certificate of Specialist 



Cecile Robinson Amason, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 
Sterling College (Kansas), 1959 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 

Guidance and Educational Psychology 
Victoria Besalel Azrin, B.A., M. Ed. 

Boston University (Massachusetts), 1953, 1957 
Secondary Education 



John William Ellison, A.B., M. Ed. 

Morehead State University (Kentucky), 1964 
Xavier University (Ohio), 1966 
Secondary Education 
Charles Rorex, B.S., M.S. 

Arkansas State College, 1951, 1962 

Educational Administration and Foundations 



IN ABSENTIA 



Kerry G. McClain, B.A., M.S. in Ed. 

David Lipscomb College (Tennessee), 1959 
Southern Illinois University, 1964 

Educational Administration and Foundations 
Gerald L. Ruark, B.S., M.S. 
Indiana Central College, 1956 
Butler University (Indiana), 1962 

Educational Administration and Foundations 



Marshall V. Smith, A.B., M. Ed. 
University of Missouri, 1936, 1946 

Educational Administration and Foundations 



Candidates for the Master's Degree 



MASTER OF ARTS 



Robert James Arriola, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Spanish 
Thomas Raymond Arriola, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Span ish 
Alan P. Birnbaum, B.A. 

Queens College (New York), 
1967 — Psychology 
Bernard D. Carter, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Geography 
Clark Louis Casler, B.S. 

University of Miami (Florida), 
1964 — Zoology 
Nancy Louise Crouch, B.A. 

Baylor University (Texas), 1965 
English 
Terry Lee Ellis, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Sociology 

Myron Gene Foley, B.A. 
Culver- Stockton College 

(Missouri), 1967 — Economics 
Ceferina C. Gayo, A.B., L.L.B. 
Silliman University 

(Philippines), 1958, 1962 
Government 
Teruo Gotoda, B.L., M.L. 

Doshisha University of Kyoto 
(Japan), 1960, 1968— English 
as a Foreign Language 
Stefan David Haag, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Government 
Eleanor Kitch Hall, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1950 
Sociology 

James Wentworth Hatton, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Journalism 
Bonnie Osman Heidinger, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— History 
Eleanor Janet Hamilton Heinz, 
B.A., Southern Illinois 
University, 1967 — Microbiology 
Kenneth Ralph Hightower, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Physics 



John Henry Huck, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Sociology 
Diane Marie Huff, B.A. 

State College (Pennsylvania), 
1967— History 
Rita Ann Payne Jensen, A.B. 
Spring Hill College (Alabama), 
1969— English 
Katy Hwa Keh, B.A. 

Fujen Catholic University 
(Taiwan) , 1968 — Spanish 
David Robert Kelch, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Spanish 
Karl J. Keppler, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Mathematics 
James Frank Kolsky, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— English 
Paul E. Kuhl, B.A. 

Pan American College (Texas) , 
1968— History 
Jae Chang Lee, B.A. 

Sung Kyun Kwan University 
(Korea), 1965 — Government 
Glenn Edward Martin, A.B. 

Oakland City College (Indiana), 
1 9 67 — G e rman 
F. L. Masha, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Journalism 
James R. Miller, A.B. 

Shimer College (Illinois), 1965 
Government 
Jerome A. Moore, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Microbiology 
Magda Gamal Eldin Moustafa, 
B.A., Cairo University (U.A.R.). 
1966— English 
Martha Vivian Myers, B.A. 
University of Wisconsin, 1968 
Inter-American Studies 
Alan Raymond Nourie, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— English 
Thomas J. Paprocki, B.A. 
St. Procopius College 

(Nebraska), 1968— English 



Billie Loretta Perkins, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Zoology 
Fred Brandon Phillips, B.A. 
Stetson University (Florida), 
1967— English 
James R. Plahuta, B.A. 

Western Illinois University, 1968 
English 

Clifford A. Poll, B.A. 

Moorhead State College 

( Minnesota) , 1965 — History 
John H. Pollmann, B.A. 

Quincy College (Illinois), 1965 
Government 

Mahin Roshanmanesh, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — English as a Foreign 
Language 

Gilson P. Sarmento, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Theater 
William Emil Schanilec, B.A. 
Michigan State University, 1966 
Journalism 

Dale William Schwerdtfeger, B.A. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1966 — Anthropology 
Bishnu Prasad Shitaula, B.A. 
University of Mysore (India), 
1965 — Journalism 
Gonzales Gohoungolago Sotondji, 
B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1968 — Economics 
Clark Arthur Terry, A.B. 

Springhill College (Alabama), 
1969— English 
David Owen Thomas, B.F.A. 
Jacksonville University 
(Florida), 1967— Theater 
Frances Carol Tumlinson, B.A. 
Presbyterian College (South 
Carolina), 1968— English 
Barry Howard Westfall, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— History 
David Alan Wilson, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Government 



Michael Louis Austin, B.A. 
Mt. Carmel College (Canada), 
1966— English 
Charles Deon Benson, B.A. 

Oakland City College (Indiana), 
1969— History 



IN ABSENTIA 

Sally Ann Bouska, B.S. 
University of Iowa, 1968 
Psychology 
Susan Casey, A.B. 

University of North Carolina, 
1956 — Geography 



David Yung-Chuan Chung, B. Law 
National Chengchi University 
(Taiwan), 1963 — Government 
Robert Patrick Clarke, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Zoology 



Timothy Albert Dobratz, B.A. 
University of Connecticut, 1965 
Geography 
Oliver Lawrence Dunn, Jr., B.A. 
University of Missouri, 1967 
Spanish 
Maria Luisa Figueroa, B.A. 
University of Arizona, 1968 
Spanish 
Christine Ann Filip, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1966 

English as a Foreign Language 
William Dean Froke, B.S. 

South Dakota State College, 1964 
English 
Raymond J. Gagnon, B.A. 

State College (Massachusetts), 
1969— English 
Paul Thaddeus Gallipeo, B.A. 
St. Bernardine of Sienna College 
(New York), 1967— English 

James Richard Gavelek, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Psychology 
Mark A. Ginsberg, B.S. 

City College of New York, 1966 
Psychology 

Franz Garcia de Paredes, Degree 
University of Chile, 1965 
Spanish 
Arvid Hammers, A.B. 

University of Illinois, 1965 
Government 



David Hayden, B.S. 

Indiana State Teachers College, 
1964— History 
Harrington Hazel, B.A. 
Mankato State College 

(Minnesota), 1968 — Inter- 
American Studies 
Kent Elof Johan Hedlund, B.A. 
North Park College (Illinois), 
1964— English 
John Francis Higdon, B.S. 

Michigan State University, 1967 
Psychology 

Tzyhdai Huang, B.A. 

Taiwan Normal University, 1962 
English as a Foreign Language 
Lawrence Neil Kasden, B.A. 
LIniversitv of Bridgeport 

(Connecticut), 1969— English 

Richard Keethers, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1961 — Behavior Modification 
Carolyn Ann Kruse, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Governmen t 
Laura Ana Leo, B.A. 

National University of Ouyo 
(Argentina), 1968 — English as 
a Foreign Language 
Paul Fredrick Matray, B.A. 

Colorado College, 1967 — Zoology 



Neil McAleer, B.A. 

University of New Mexico, 1965 
English 
Henry K. Miller, B.A. 

Rutgers University (New 
Jersey), 1966 — Psychology 
Stanley Baker Myers, Jr., B.A. 
Southern Colorado State College, 
1966 — Psychology 
Dolores Biro Pasini, B.S. in Ed. 
California State College, 1968 
Spanish 
Mary Fallon Power, B.A. 

Radford College (Virginia), 1965 
English 
Judith Ann Swenson Reeves, B.A., 
B.S., University of Minnesota, 
1964 — German 
Karl Louis Rodabaugh, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — History 
Nancy E. Stark, B.A. 

Mary Washington College 
(Virginia), 1966 — French 
Richard Joseph Stark, B.S. 
University of Wisconsin, 1966 
Government 
Liang-kee Wang, B.A. 

National Taiwan Normal 
University, 1964 — English as 
a Foreign Language 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Michael John Braun, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 
George Edward Curry II, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 
Thomas David Gaebe, B. Eng. Sci. 
John Hopkins University 
(Maryland), 1967 — Business 
Administration 
Margaret Hicks, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Business Administration 



Gene Theodore Hoemann, B.S. 
Augustana College (Illinois), 
1969 — Business Administration 
Laura Louise Stott, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 
Michael Franke Timmerman, B.A. 
Hiram Scott College (Nebraska), 
1968 — Business Administration 
Don L. Tomala, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 



Horace Yee Cheong Yao, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 
Jocelyn Huipin Yeh, B.A. 
National Taiwan University, 
1966 — Business Administration 
Richard S. Young, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 



IN ABSENTIA 



Leonard E. Meyer, B.S. 
Eastern Illinois University, 
Business Administration 



Daniel Breen Teich, B.S. 
1969 Southern Illinois University, 

1969 — Business Administration 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Margaret Lucille Harries, Diploma 
Leicester College of Art and 
Design (England), 1967— Art 
Robert Jules Petitmermet, B.F.A. 
Illinois Wesleyan University, 
1967— A rt 



Charles Leonard Reddington, 
B.F.A., Art Institute of Chicago 
(Illinois), 1958— Art 



Lawrence K. Turner, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Art 



IN ABSENTIA 



Robert D. Dodds, B.F.A. 

Wayne State University 
(Michigan), 1968— Art 



Mary Lynn O'Shea, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Art 



Charles Emery Yates, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965— Art 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



Sharon Rose Huebner, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966— Music 



Linda Gay Carter Vocino, B. Mus. 
Wesleyan College (Georgia), 
1965— Music 



Barbara Ann Boedges 

Webster College (Missouri) 
Music 
John Robert Gibbs 

Music 



IN ABSENTIA 

Ann Elizabeth Tarvin, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Music 



Janice Pauline Young, B.S. in Ed. 
Southwest Missouri State 
College, 1961— Music 



MASTER OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



Karen Ann Bauch, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970— Music 
Catherine J. Clark, B.A. 

Florida Atlantic University, 1967 
Music 



Reatta Samford Owen, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Music 



Thomas Michael Rogiewicz, 
B. Mus., Southern Illinois 
University, 1968 — Music 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



Mary Ellen Abell, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Home Economics 

Neil L. Ackerman, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Geography 

Gary Appel, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Agricultural Education 

Paul E. Bailey, B.S. 

Oregon College of Education, 
1966 — Rehabilitation 
Administration 

Myra Marie Blackman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Home Economics 

Linda Brandt, B.A.E. 
Wayne State College 

(Nebraska), 1968— Home 
Economics 

Norman Hartsel Bryant, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Plant Industries 

Arnaldo Burgos Flores 

Escuela Agricola Panamericana 
(Honduras), 1967 — Animal 
Industries 

W. Larry Busch, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970— Design 

Winifred Kwock O. Ching, B.S. 
University of Hawaii, 1966 
Home Economics 



George Pei-chang Chu, 

Political Staff College (Taiwan) , 
1954 — Journalism 

Daniel Edward Clark, A.B., B.D. 
Syracuse University (New 

York), 1958 
Seabury-Western Theological 
Seminary (Illinois), 1961 
Rehabilitation Counseling 

Vernelle Daberkow, B.F.A. in Ed. 
Nebraska State Teachers 
College, 1964— Speech 

Charles Ray DeGiacinto, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Home Economics 

John Walter Dickson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Forestry 

Frank Maurice Dry, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Agricultural Education 

Terry L. Eason, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966— Design 

Beverly A. Ecker, B.S. 

Illinois State University, 1967 
Home Economics 

John Howard Fisher, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966— Zoology 

Gordon L. Fox, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Design 



David L. Fruend, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Journalism 
Carol Jean Gaede, B.A. 

Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois), 1967— Speech 
Thomas G. Gifford, B.S. in Ed. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1966 — Physiology 
Peter Neil Gorham, B. Comm., 
Dip. of Ed., University of New 

South Wales (Australia), 1962 
University of Sydney 

(Australia), 1963 — Economics 
Lawrence Arnold Green, B.S. 
Eastern Michigan University, 
1967— Zoology 
Satya Prakash Gupta, B.S., B. Ed. 
Agra University (India), 1953 
Jamia Millia Islamia University 
(India), 1957 — Mathematics 
Ronald Douglas Hay, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Business 
Patrick Lee Hays, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Microbiology 
Donald Edwin Henson, B.A. 
Louisiana State University, 
1968 — Behavior Modification 
David Hill, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 



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Dorothy Sharon Hill, B.A. in Ed. 
Arizona State University, 1966 
Home Economics 

Teresa Lain Ho, Diploma 

Shih Chien Home Economics 
College (Taiwan), 1964 
Home Economics 
Syed Nurul Hoda, B.S., M.S. 
Patna University (India), 1957, 
1959— Geology 
John Sanford Holmes, B.S.. M.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1960, 1966 

Community Development 
Richard Gordon Howson, B.S. 
Central Connecticut State 

College, 1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Irene Cecelia T. Huch, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Home Economics 
Eugenia C. Hunter, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Economics 
Malinee Isaradej, B. Econ. 
University of Tokyo (Japan), 
1968 — Economics 
Norman Lernell James, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Rehabilitation 
Admin istration 
Michael S. Jasieniecki, B.S. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1962— Geology 

Danny Lee Johnson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Zoology 
Milton Lewis Jung, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Agricultural Industries 
Thomas John Kachel, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Design 
Jay M. Kennerly, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Journalism 
Takehisa Kihara, B. Ed. 

Nagoya University (Japan), 
1960 — Rehabilitation 
Administration 
Yin Tuen Lai, B.S. 

ChuHai College (Hong Kong), 
1966 — Engineering 
Le Ba Quang, Grad. 

Universities of Hue and Saigon 
(Vietnam), 1963 — Computer 
Science 
Jeffrey Michael Lerner, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Speech 
Jean Mei-Tze Li 

National Taiwan Normal 
University — Mathematics 
Delia Yun-Ying Lee Lien, B.A. 
Tamkang College of Arts and 
Sciences (Taiwan), 1966 
Applied Science 

Firouz Malek-Madani, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Economics 



Shakuntala N. Manay, B.A., B.T. 
Maharani's College (India), 1958 
Lady Willingdon College 
(India), 1959— Home 
Economics 
Kent W. Mason, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Jimmie R. McCain, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Zoology 
Hughes McCoy, Jr., B.S. 

University of Wisconsin, 1965 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Edward A. McLarty, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1967 
Economics 
Lucy A. Meier, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Home Economics 
E. Ronald Miller, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Forestry 
Victoria Sue Erickson Mizerski, 
B.S., Southern Illinois 
University, 1968 — Home 
Economics 
Ronald Warren Monts, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Animal Industries 
Harris Jenckes Mowry III, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Susan Elizabeth Murnick, B.S. 
Western Illinois University, 1969 
Home Economics 
Michael Anthony Neuzil, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Forestry 
Charles Killigrew O'Brien, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Physiology 
Joseph I. Orford, A.B. 

Catholic University (D. C), 1949 
Rehabilitation Counseling 
Judith Ann Osman, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Home Economics 
Earl E. Parkhill, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois LTniversity, 
1950 — Journalism 
Michael Lee Rainey, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Gaddam Narender Reddy, B. Tech. 
Osmania University (India), 
1968 — Engineering 
Larry Wayne Richards, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964— Design 

Wilma Wells Richardson, B.S. 
Murray State College 

(Kentucky), 1965— Home 
Economics 

Fred W. Richmond, B.A. 

Michigan State University, 1951 
Rehabilitation Administration 



Marlin Ray Roberts, B.S. 

University of Missouri at Kansas 
City, 1969— Rehabilitation 
Administration 

Elaine Rochelle Robson, B.A. 
University of Winnipeg 
(Canada), 1968— Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 

Steven M. Ross, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Speech 

R. Alfredo Sanchez R., Degree 
University of Bogota (Colombia), 
1967 — Agricultural Industries 

Melvin R. Shadowens, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 

Bahman Saghatchian Shomali, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Geology 

Richard Edward Smith, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1 9 64 — E conomics 

Kananur V. Somasekhara, B.S., 
M.S., University of Mysore 
(India), 1958, 1960— Geology 

Thomas Allan Spreitler, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Agricultural Industries 

David Peter Staples, B.S. 

Ithaca College (New York), 1969 
Theater 
Lois Lee Stewart, B.A. 
Jacksonville University 
(Florida), 1965— Theater 

Cecil J. Stralow, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Agricultural Industries 

Mary J. Stuber, B.A. 
St. Catherine's College 
(Minnesota), 1950 
Community Development 

Vicky Lynn Stump, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Home Economics 

Philip Richard Sutula, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Forestry 

Thelma Pelayo Symoun, B.A., 
M.A., University of Negros 

Occidental (Philippines), 1961 
Philippines Womens University, 
1964 — Psychology 

Orland E. Thrailkill, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 

Lowell D. Tison, Jr. 

Murray State University 

(Kentucky) — Plant Industries 

Timothy Ralph Vancil, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Agricultural Industries 

Robert Christopher Waldron, Jr., 
B.S., Southern Illinois 

University, 1960 — Business 



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Stanley Ray Weber, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Agricultural Education 
Robert Carl Wendling, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Forestry 
Janet Marilyn Williams, A.B. 
William Jewel College 
(Missouri), 1967 
Mathematics 
John Thomas Williams, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Botany 



Robert Dean Williams, B.S. in Ag. 
Colorado State University, 1958 
Zoology 
Camille Aljean Willingham, B.S. 
Central State College (Ohio), 
1968— Theater 
John Robert Wills, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Animal Industries 
Edward Richard Winkler, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Physiology 
Edith B. Wislocki, A.B. 

MaeMurray College (Illinois), 
1967 — Behavior Modification 



Robert Joseph John Wlodarczyk, 
B.S., Southern Illinois 
University, 1968 
Microbiology 
Willard R. Wright, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Journalism 
So Chul Yang 

Church College of Hawaii 
Mathematics 
Lewis F. ZerFoss, B.S. 

Western Kentucky University, 
1968 — Forestry 



IN ABSENTIA 



Francis Anthony Aiello, B.S. 
State Teachers College 

(Pennsylvania), 1963 — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Thomas Duncan Anderson, B.S. 
in Ed., Slippery Rock State 
College (Pennsylvania), 1965 
Theater 
Richard Lee Bergman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Theater 
Dane Richard Binkley, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Animal Industries 
Michael Robert Boegler, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Geography 
John Gordon Browett 
Lanchester College of 
Technology (England), 
Geography 
Francisco Ricardo Casas 

Athanassiou, B.A., American 
University in Cairo (Egypt), 
1969 — Economics 
Emery Reber Casstevens, B.S. 
U.S. Naval Academy 

(Maryland), 1941 — Business 
Donald Sinclair Davis, B.S. 
Southwest Missouri State 
College, 1965— Theater 
Barry Leon Elliott, B.S. in Ag. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Animal Industries 
Mary Adelle Fish, B.A. 
Culver-Stockton College 

(Missouri), 1968 — Sociology 
Gerald Wayne Gulley, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Rehabilitation 
Administration 
Josef Hickersberger, Bachelors 
University of Vienna (Austria), 
1965 — Economics 
Jeffrey Hochbaum, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Physiology 
George L. Hope, B.S. 

Idaho State University, 1969 
Speech 



Judith Marie Stelling Johnson, 
B.A., Rosary College (Illinois), 
1965 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Vern H. Johnson, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1959— Design 

Scott D. Keefer, B.S. 

Albright College (Pennsylvania). 
1967— Zoology 

Richard J. Klein, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1960 — Business 

Jenna Sue Tedrick Kuttruff, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 

1967 — Home Economics 

Odhavji Nagji Lavani, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Engineering 

Brian William Lightcap, B.S. 
Iowa State University, 1966 
Forestry 

Charles Stafford Loveland, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Computer Science 

Kellie R. Lowe, Jr., B.S. 

Memphis State University 

(Tennessee), 1963 — Behavior 
Modification 

John Hughie MacKenzie, B.A. 
St. Francis Xavier University 
(Canada), 1965 — Community 
Development 

Vernon Howard Magee, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Gary Thomas Marshall 
Murray State University 
( Kentucky ) — Speech 

Nicholas Michael McBride, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Business 

Glennon Keith McFadden, B.S. 
Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1965 — Microbiology 



Lois Faye Kimble Mize, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Home Economics 
Walter Lee Montgomery, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Agricultural Industries 
Janet F. Nelson, A.B. 

Fontbonne College (Missouri), 
1968 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Mahesh K. Podar, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Economics 
John Wesley Randall, Jr., B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Geology 
Karl Matthew Schiller, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Applied Science 

John L. Schlenker, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Chemistry 

Melvin John Shemluck, B.S. 

University of Illinois at Chicago 
Circle, 1967— Zoology 

Joena Ellen Smith, B.S. in Ed. 
Western Illinois University, 1968 
Home Economics 

Barbara E. Stracka, B.A. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1969— Speech 

John Robert Taschler, B.A. 
St. Bonaventure University 
(New York), 1967— Speech 

Louis Raymond Waller, B.S. Ed. 
Colorado State University, 1969 
Forestry 

Rebecca M. Wilson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Speech 

Fu-Yii Wound, B.S.E. 

Taiwan Cheng Kung University, 
1965 — Engineering 

Leslie Dean Zettergren, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Zoology 



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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Richard Walter Bachtold, B.A. 
Western Illinois University, 1966 
Secondary Education 
James Ralph Baird, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Robert G. Baker, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1956 — Higher Education 
Lawrence Theodore Baron, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Physical Education for 
Men 

David Edward Barry, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Sam Battaglia, Jr., B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Secondary Education 
Matthys Bax, B.S. 

Murrav State University 

(Kentucky), 1968— Physical 
Education for Men 
Charlotte D. Baxter, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 
Albert W. Becker, B.E. 

Colorado State University, 1966 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Linda Ann Beltz, A.B. 

University of Missouri, 1964 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Harry D. Bennett, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
J. Phillip Bennett, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secondary Education 
Thomas Mitchell Bennett, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secondary Education 
Hazel Maxine Bishop, B.S. in Ed. 
Bethel College (Tennessee), 
1952— Early Childhood 
Education 
Barbara Ann Miller Bliss, B.S. in 
Ed., Eastern Illinois University, 
1951— Early Childhood 
Education 
Roberta Christina Schmitz 
Bochtler, B.A., Concordia 
Teachers College (Illinois), 
1967— Early Childhood 
Education 
Georgia Leslie Borah, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1960 — Educational 
Administration and 
Supervision 



Donna Ann Braeutigam, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Health Education 
Linda Crandle Brandon, B.S. 
Indiana University, 1961 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
James Reid Brazier, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Murray Joseph Brian, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Fred Brockett, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary Education 

Carolyn Kay Broeking, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary Education 
Dorotha Myers Bundy, A.B. 
McKendree College (Illinois), 
1959 — Elementary Education 

Sandra Mentzer Burrus, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Elementary Education 
John D. Cavaletto, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Judy Kay Rice Cernkovich, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Special Education 
Mary Louise Cockrum, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Carolyn Conley, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Althea Magoun Craig, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Elementary Education 
Donald William Devine, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Physical Education for 
Men 
Carl Henry Dietz, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1950 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Drucilla Dralle, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Donald Wayne Dunn, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 
Cheryl Ann English, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Joyce Beckmann Evans, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Elementary Education 



Nancy Ann Fligor, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Instructional Materials 
Norma Frayser, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Mary Ann Funk, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 
Dennis C. Gallo, A.B. 

University of Illinois, 1968 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 
Frank C. Gassmann, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Higher Education 
Gloria Ellen Gibbons, B.S. in Ed. 
Eastern Illinois University, 1966 
Instructional Materials 
Corey F. Goldman, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Special Education 
Mary Louise Goodman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Elementary Education 
Gerald Joseph Gotway, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1959 — Health Education 
Lillian R. Greathouse, B.A. 
Ouachita Baptist University 
(Arkansas), 1966 — Secretarial 
and Business Education 
Eunice Marie Guebert, B.S. 
Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois), 1963 — Elementary 
Education 
Janice Marie Guenther, B.A. in 
Ed., Arizona State University, 
1963 — Secondary Education 
John Eugene Halldorson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Instructional Materials 
Vivian Vick Hawkins, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secondary Education 
Donald G. Haworth, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Ronald Luther Hillstrom, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Nonnie Caudill Hoffee, B.A. 
Bowling Green College of 
Commerce (Kentucky), 1946 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Nancy Jane Hoffmann, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Instructional Materials 
Shirley Roden Holmes, B. Mus., 
M.Mus. Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1966, 1968 
Special Education 



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Ruth Horsley, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Elementary Education 

Jerry Clinton Hostetler, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Instructional Materials 

Seiki Iha, B.A. 

University of the Ryukyus 
(Okinawa), 1963 
Instructional Materials 

Robert D. Isbell, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1947 — Higher Education 

James Thomas Jenkins, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Health Education 

Jane M. Johnson, B.S. 

University of California, 1963 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 

Arthur R. Jones, B.S. 

Weber State College (Utah), 
1968 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 

Irene Barnard Kaegi, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1955 — Elementary Education 

James Roland Keene, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 

Tonye Darlene Scott Keene, B.A. 
Baylor University (Texas) , 1962 
Special Education 

Brenda Kay Kennedy, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secondary Education 

Catherine Ann Korando, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Physical Education for 
Women 

Patricia Frances Kuhajda, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Physical Education for 
Women 

Karen Camille Kunkel, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Instructional Materials 

Claudia Wisely Kupel, B. of Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1940 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Diane Lechner, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education 
Robert L. Ledbetter, B.S. 

Mississippi Industrial College, 
1960 — Health Education 
Cherie Lynn LeFevre, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 

Bonnie Ellen Legendre, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Elementary Education 

Peggy Lou Leonard, B.A. 

Doane College (Nebraska), 1968 
Physical Education for Women 



William J. Liskey, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 

Patricia Pi-chun Liu, B.A. 
Taiwan Normal University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 

James Alan Maasberg, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 

Betty Nell Martin, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1951— Early Childhood 
Education 

Howard Lavern Martin, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 

Norma Craig McGeoch, Diploma 
Jordanhill College (Scotland), 
1962— Early Childhoed 
Education 

David Edward Meinders, B.S. 
Bradley University (Illinois), 
1960 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Janet Lee Mitchell, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Special Education 

Linda Anne Molitor, B.S. in Ed. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1967 — Instructional Materials 

Emilie Sue Monical, B.A. 

Millikin University (Illinois), 
1967 — Elementary Education 
Cynthia Anne Myers, B.S. 
Indiana University, 1965 
Instructional Materials 
Willard A. Nation, B.S. 

Oklahoma State University, 
1946 — Secondary Education 
Sharon Lynne Naylor, B.S. in Ed. 
State University College of 
Education (New York), 1964 
Secondary Education 
Warren G. Neal, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1956 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Darell Mae Nenonen, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Sheila Rae Newcom, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Secondary Education 
Leonard Wilhelm Nickel, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Instructional Materials 
Modeene Melton Osman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Special Education 
Kenneth Albert Ostendorf, B.S. in 
Ed., Southeast Missouri State 
College, 1966 — Secretarial and 
Business Education 



Evelyn D. Owens, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Cornelia Kaegi Paradee, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1957 — Elementary Education 
Allan D. Patton, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secondary Education 
Joanne Peterson, B.S. in Ed. 
State College (Massachusetts), 
1962 — Physical Education for 
Women 
Robert Lee Petri, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Carroll Ray Phelps, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secondary Education 
Linda Belle Phipps, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secondary Education 
Wanda G. Puckett, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966— Early Childhood 
Education 
Judith E. Randall, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Early Childhood 
Education 
Charlotte Oldham Randolph, B.S. 
in Ed., Southern Illinois 

University, 1960 — Elementary 
Education 
Phyllis L. Rehg, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Special Education 

Susan Schneider Rehwaldt, B.S., 
B.A., Washington University 
(Missouri), 1960— Early 
Childhood Education 

Anna Marie Reusch, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Early Childhood 
Education 

Emilie Kay Uchtman Roehrkasse, 
B.S. in Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1962 — Secretarial 
and Business Education 

Edgar Edwin Roulhac, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Health Education 

Hazel Sam, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 

Beverly J. Sanders, B.S. in Ed. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1965 — Special Education 

Donald E. Sanders, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 

Albert Edgar Satterfield, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 



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Donna M. Schaenzer, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Health Education 
Donna Jean Schnake, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962— Early Childhood 
Education 
Jacqueline Lee Schroeder, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
James Alan Schwane, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Physical Education for 
Men 
Martha Louise Scroggins, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1946 — Special Education 
Gratton M. Sheely, B. in P.E. 
Memorial University of 

Newfoundland (Canada), 1969 
Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Bobby G. Shoemaker, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Carl F. Sitze, B.S. in Ed. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Instructional Materials 
Charles Wilson Smyers, Jr., B.S. 
United States Naval Academy 
(Maryland), 1942— Higher 
Education 
Allen Earl Sosdian, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Mary Kathryn McMillan Spitzner, 
B. of Ed., Southern Illinois 
University, 1941 — Secondary 
Education 
Janis Elaine Stephens, B.S. in Ed. 
Illinois State University, 1968 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 



Thomas John Stewart, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Ronald Paul Straka, B.S. in Ed. 
Youngstown University (Ohio), 
1965 — Secondary Education 
Larry Earl Swope, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Linda Kay Taylor, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
William A. Theisen, B. Ed. 

Central State Teachers College 
(Wisconsin), 1937 — Secondary 
Education 
Milton Ronald Thomas, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Emily Nickell Tickner, A.B. 
Asbury College (Kentucky), 
1963 — Elementary Education 
Sheadrick Alfred Tillman IV, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Judith Ann Tripp, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Special Education 
Janet Mercer Tuscher, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Special Education 

Fred H. Twietmeyer, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education 

Eddie G. Usher, B.A. 

Murray State University 

(Kentucky), 1963 — Secondary 
Education 



Alice H. Vancil, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Leon O. Vaughan, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Secondary Education 

John L. Vaughn, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois LTniversity, 
1964 — Secondary Education 
Linda L. Von Qualen, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secondary Education 
Rosemary Brandis Warrington, 
B.S., Southern Illinois 

University, 1970 — Secretarial 
and Business Education 
Jay Robert Westcott, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Physical Education for 
Men 
Harry Miller Wheatcroft, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
George Albert Williams, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
John Samuel Wright, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Patricia Lynne Wycoff, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1963 — Special Education 
Barbara Sunderland Zimmermann, 
B.A., Brown University (Rhode 
Island), 1968 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 



James Franklin Acord, B.S. in Ed. 
Ball State University (Indiana), 
1965 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Lindsay Daniel Ade, B.S. 

University of Arizona — Special 
Education 

Ollis Nell Lee Allen, B.S. 

Tuskegee Institute (Alabama), 
1964 — Elementary Education 

Douglas Arthur Anderson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Guy R. Anderson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 

Marjorie Anne Beck, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1960 — Health Education 



IN ABSENTIA 

Sister Mary Cecile Bodden, B.A. 
Our Lady of Cincinnati College 
(Ohio), 1963— Secondary 
Education 
Marlys Brown, B.S. 

Moorhead State College 
(Minnesota), 1951 
Instructional Materials 
Rosemary Elizabeth Brown, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Elementary Education 
James Popelar Butler, B.S. 

Tennessee State University, 1967 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Kay A. Callahan, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secondary Education 
Joe R. Cash, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



Carol Ann Casper, B.S. in Ed. 
University of Texas at Austin, 
1968 — Elementary Education 
David F. Cignetti, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
David Albert Claeys, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education 
Charles F. Cottle, B.S. in Ag. 
University of Missouri, 1967 
Physical Education for Men 
Diane Wallick Creel, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education 
Donald Stuart Feldstein, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education 
Stephen David Fields 

University of Illinois — Health 
Education 



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Robert I. Geyer, B.S., M.A. 

Wisconsin State University, 1960 
Northern Illinois University 
Instructional Materials 
Lynn D. Gillam, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Special Education 

Helen Hubert Gray, B.A. 

University of Colorado, 1951 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 

Lynda Hazel Weber Gray, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Cynthia Anne Handley, B.A. 
University of New Mexico, 1968 
Guidance and Educational 
Psychology 
Mark Irwin Hayman, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Nanette H. Hegamin, B.S. 

Lincoln University (Missouri), 
1959 — Health Education 
Min-Kong Hiew, B.A. 

National Taiwan University, 
1966 — Health Education 
Anthony Jackson, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Secondary Education 
David Lee Johnson, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education 
Eleanor Johnson, B.S. in Ed. 
Central Missouri State College, 
1955 — Special Education 
Cynthia Lynn Jones, B.S. 

Eastern Michigan University, 
1969 — Physical Education for 
Women 
Joseph Wyatt Jones, B.S. 
Southern University 

(Louisiana), 1958 — Secondary 
Education 
R. Dale Kobler, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Higher Education 
Ethel Minett Lassiter, B.S. 
Alcorn A & M College 
(Mississippi), 1968 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Andy Ray Loving, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 

Carolyn Kay Mackey, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 



James E. Marshall, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Health Education 
Peter Melone, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Secondary Education 
Anthony N. Melosci, B.S. 
New York University, 1965 
Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Edward A. Murrie, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Kathleen Anne Nelson, B.A. 
Western Michigan University, 
1967 — Higher Education 
Richard Alan Nopar, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Special Education 
Victor Ray Pantaleo, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Edward L. Pence, B.S. 

Kansas State College, 1954 
Secondary Education 
Anne L. Peterson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Secondary Education 
David L. Pforr, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Physical Education for 
Men 
Claude Marcellus Picou, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
John Charles Puntney, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 
Bernice Ragsdale, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1958 — Instructional Materials 
Roger Dale Rainbolt, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Elementary Education 
Barbara Kay Rauch, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Doris Gray Roberts, A.B. 

Barnard College (New York), 
1952 — Secondary Education 
Chandler L Roesch, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 



Smarn Rojanakorn, B. Ed. 

College of Education (Thailand), 
1957 — Secondary Education 
Ruth E. Sanders, A.B. 

McKendree College (Illinois), 
1960 — Health Education 
Bala Ram Shrestha, B.A., B. Ed., 
M.A., Nepal National College, 

1959 
Tribhuban University (Nepal), 
1963, 1967— Secondary 
Education 
Leland Francis Silver, B. Mus. 
College of the Pacific 

(California), 1951 — Secondary 
Education 
Patricia Lynne Slagle, B.S. 

East Tennessee State University, 
1968 — Physical Education for 
Women 
Rebecca Ann Jones Sliva, B. Mus. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Instructional Materials 
H. Wesley Smith, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Secondary Education 
Rick Eugene Smith, B.S. 
Western Illinois University, 
1969 — Physical Education for 
Men 
Robert R. Symonds, B.A. in Ed. 
Wayne State College 

(Nebraska), 1969— Physical 
Education for Men 
Mary Seibert Tickner, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Early Childhood 
Education 
Linda L. Tripp, B.A. 

Carthage College (Wisconsin), 
1967— Early Childhood 
Education 
Patricia Ann Turner, B.S. 
Morgan State College 
(Maryland), 1968 
Elementary Education 
Louis Herschel Valbert, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Instructional Materials 
Phillip Louis Van Noord, B.A. 
Calvin College (Michigan), 1962 
Secondary Education 
Donald Lee Winn, B.S. in P.E. 
Illinois Wesleyan University, 
1959 — Physical Education for 
Men 
Joan Luhman Wright, B.A. 
State University of Iowa, 1954 
Secondary Education 



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Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 

COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATIONS AND FINE ARTS 

C. Horton Talley, Dean 
Phillip Olsson, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Paul F. Aspell 

Murphysboro — Art 

Peter Edward Brown 

Shipman — Art 
Margaret Ellen Childers 

Downers Grove — Special Major 
in Art, Design, Cinematography 
Dianna Lynn Choate 

Murphysboro — Art 
Gerta Rosetta Clay 

Chicago — Art 
Stephen Edward Dahlquist 

Skokie — Art 

Carolyn Drewes 

Lockport — Special Major in Fine 
Arts 

Charlotte Ann Gilbert 
Pawnee — Art 

Anthony W. Gilkes 

Carbondale — Art 
John L. Gilmore 

Elgin — Art 



Noreen Fay Haslinger 

Chicago — Art 
Guy Bernett Hughes, Jr. 

Okawville — Art 
Evelyn Earlene Jaeger 

Carbondale — Special Major in 
Integrative Studies 
Thomas Bernard Lindquist 

Chicago — Art 
Joseph Michael Lonoconus 

Ca rbondale — A rt 
Paulette Marie Luczaj 

Princeville — Art 
Marlene Anne Marino 

West Caldwell, New Jersey — Art 
William R. Nicholson 

Oak Lawn — Art 
Jerri N. Pautler 

Murphysboro — Art 
Wendy Susan Ray 

Park Forest — Art 



Leslie Tucker Rollo 
Carte rville — Art 

Barbara Elizabeth Rudd 

Chicago — Art 
Jean Slechta 

Chicago — Art 
Susan Grace Stevens 

Homewood — Art 
Laura Naomi Swallow 

Carbondale — Art 
David Charles Thanes 

Bridgeport, Connecticut- 
Ruth Thorne-Thomsen 

Juneau, Alaska — Art 
Robert Oliver Ware 

H insdale — A rt 

John Robert Watson, Jr. 

Mattoon — Art 
Nasrin Zarafshan 

Carbondale — Art 



-Art 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Carolyn Kay Domineck 

Christopher — Music 
Thomas James Goux 

Carbondale — Music 
James A. Guzzardo 

Rockford — Music 
Stephen Jon Hamilton 

Boone, Iowa — Music 



Cheryl Lynn Nicolaides 
Carbondale — Music 

Loretta Ann Osbourne 
Murphysboro — Music 

Joyce Pollard 
Chicago — Music 

Andrea Saunders 
Carte rville — Music 



James Frederick Schouten II 

Shelby ville — Music 
Diane Sue Weeks 

Morton — Music 
Mary Kathleen White 

West Frankfort — Music 
Donald Joe Wooters * 

Odin — Music 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Alan Carl Ahmer 

Cicero — Radio-Television 
Lawrence S. Alloway 

Elgin — Radio-Television 
David Spencer Ament 

Colorado Springs, Coloradc 
Radio-Television 
Susan Jane Ames * 

Eldorado — Speech 



William Stewart Baber 
Carterville — Photography 

Thomas Michael Brady 
Chicago — Radio-Television 

Lauren Kathleen Bruce 
Lockport — Speech 

George Stephen Brunner, Jr. 
Radio- Television 



Gaius Whitfield Bush III 
Carbondale — Journalism 

Wayne William Casper 

San Antonio, Texas — Speech 

Ernest Carleton Chaloupka 
Berwyn — Radio-Television 

Sharon Lee Clark 

Chicago — Radio- Television 



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Cheryl Schafer Collins 

Anna — Radio-Television 
William G. Conkis 

Blue Island — Journalism 
Maureen Ann Corcoran 

Evanston — Radio-Television 
Paula Annette Cunningham 

Chicago — Speech 
Lynda Ilene Davis 

Skokie — Speech 
William Robert DeBolt 

Park Forest — Radio-Television 
Nancy Elizabeth Dummer 

Paducah, Kentucky — Theater 
George Eugene Dycus 

Centralia — Journalism 
Marcia Kay Epstein 

Wilmette — Journalism 

John Scott Evers 

Freeport — Speech 
Donna Carol Turner Faughn 

Metropolis — Speech 
Roy Paul Fechter 

St. Louis, Missouri — Radio- 
Television 
Kay Ann Fritz 

Mascoutah — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 

Neal E. Gardner 

Naperville — Radio-Television 
Susan Gardner 

West Caldwell, New Jersey — 
Speech 
Constance Athena George 

Elmwood Park — Speech 
Phil Goscinski 

Belleville — Journalism 
Anne Avonia Gravitt 

Kings Park, New York — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Judith B. Greenfield 

Highland Park — Journalism 
Kenneth Howard Guy 

Chicago — Radio- Television 
Larry J. Gwaltney 

Mill Shoals — Journalism 
Russell Fredric Hanson 

Mandan, North Dakota — 
Photography 
Philip J. Heller 

Chicago — Journalism 
Robert Scott Henry 

Detroit, Michigan — Journalism 
Danny R. Henshaw 

Chester — Radio-Television 
James J. Hodl 

Chicago — Journalism 
Winfield L. Holden III 

Northbrook — Speech 
Robert L. Holliday 

Hanna City — Speech 
Connie Hooker 

Carterville — Speech 



Janice Kathryn Hudson 

Olmsted — Journalism 
Benjamin R. Jackson 

Mt. Vernon — Theater- 
Frank J. Kalvaitis 

Wauconda — Journalism 
Bruce Norman Kaplan 

Skokie — Radio-Television 
Vincent Reeder Keys, Jr. 

Hagerstown, Maryland — 
Radio-Television 
Vernon Lewis Kirby 

Champaign — Journalism 
Rhonda Lynn Kirkpatrick 

Sesser — Speech 
William Thomas Kirksey 

Metropolis — Speech 
George Savas Korakas 

St. Charles — Radio-Television 
Alan Michael Ladwig 

Elgin — Speech 
David Belt Langdon 

Crystal Lake — Radio-Television 
Victoria Lee 

Mission Viejo, California — 
Theater 

Stewart Dana Levin 

Skokie — Speech 
Judith Diana LeVine 

Dee rfield — Jo urnalism 
Ralph Barry Loewy 

Clark, New Jersey — Radio- 
Television 
James Michael Lucas 

Carbondale — Radio- Television 
Neal Bruce Malow 

Highland Park — Radio- 
Television 
Irene A. Maniewski 

Chicago — Radio-Television 
Ronald Eugene Maquet 

Pekin — Journalism 
Ellen Marie Matheson 

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan — 
Journalism 
Michele Hill McClure 

Hollywood, California — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 
Mary Frances McCluskey 

Lincolnwood — Theater 
Michael A. McLintock 

Carbondale — Journalism 
James Richard Middleton 

Maple Park — Radio-Television 
Michael M. Mijal 

Elmhurst — Photography 
Bruce Philip Miller 

Carbondale — Radio- Television 

Barry Frazier Morganstern 
Freeburg — Speech 

R. Lawrence Moskovitz 

University City, Missouri — 
Photography 



George Frederick Moulton 

Ottawa — Photography 
Joyce Maureen Murphy 

Dallas, Texas — Theater 
Leo S. Ogolini 

Vergennes — Radio-Television 
Pamela J. O'Neal 

Carbondale — Radio-Television 
Kenneth F. Orr, Jr. 

Chicago — Journalism 
Robert W. Patton 

Elizabethtown — Journalism 
Stephen Craig Perry 

Coralville, Iowa — Journalism 
Terry David Peters 

Belleville — Journalism 
Robert Walker Quarles, Jr. 

Chicago — Special Major in 
Public Relations 
Alfonzo W. Razzano 

Woodland — Jou rnalism 
Bonnie J. Robertson 

Pleasant Hill, California — 
Theater 

Joe Ann Robinson 

Jackson, Mississippi — Speech 
Pathology and Audiology 

Cynthia Dawn Sasko 

LaGrange — Speech 
Randall Gary Scheiding 

Kankakee — Radio-Television 
Paul Henry Seibert 

Carbondale — Speech 

Cherylnn Rose Sherman 

Pinckneyville — Journalism 
Richard B. Souther 

St. Paul, Minnesota — 
Photography 
Robert Jay Sparberg 

Chicago — Journalism 
Edward Duane Stransenback 

Wenona — Journalism 

Michael Anthony Torchia 

Northlake — Radio-Television 
Richard L. Trokey 

Belleville — Jo u rnalism 
Bonita Troutt 

Carterville — Journalism 
Arthur Robert Weicherding 

Glen Ellyn — Journalism 
Catherine A. Westphal 

Spring Grove — Journalism 
Jerry Willis 

Percy — Radio-Television 
Diane Florence Wortman 

Toledo, Ohio — Speech Pathology 
and Audiology 
John Robert Ziebold 

Pekin — Journalism 
W. Christopher Ziebold 

Waterloo — Photography 



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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Elmer J. Clark, Dean 

Dean Stuck, Marshal 

Edward B. Sasse, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



Wayne Eugene Stevers 
Metropolis — Music 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Loretta Jane Agnew 

Mattoon— Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 

Curtis Gaddis Amason, Jr. 

Centralia — Biological Sciences 
Sandra Christine Andersen 

Riverdale — Elementary 
Education 
Gail Anne Arnold 

DeSoto — Elementary Education 
Nova Lenore Baltzell 

Salem — Elementary Education 

Connie L. Bancroft 

Mt. Vernon — History 
Dora M. Banks 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 
Lois Mae Baranski 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Rex Gene Barker 

Norris City — Physical Education 
for Men 
Janice Jo Barringer 

Joliet — Elementary Education 
Vesta L. Barringer 

Buncombe — Elementary 
Education 
Richard Vaughn Beallis 

Aurora — Health Education 
Nancy Sue Beam 

Elgin — Business Teacher 
Education 
Linda Kay Kerley Bean * 

Murphysboro — Mathematics 
Iva Jean Beattie * 

Sparta — Elementary Education 
Donna Jean Berrier * 

Jonesboro — Special Education 
Ronald John Berringer 

Maple Park — Social Studies 
Lynn D. Berry 

Virden — Health Education 
Mary Ann Bertetti 

West Frankfort — Government 
Janina Bielawski 

Steger — Elementary Education 
Clayton Bernard Bierbaum 

Olmsted — Elementary Education 



Ramona Jean Bilyeu 

Assumption — Early Childhood 
Education 
Harry Jerome Bobin 

Evanston — Business Teacher- 
Education 
Sue Ann Bogren 

Peoria — Special Education 
Bonnie Lou Bollmann 

Steeleville — Elementary 
Education 
Nancy Borde 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Charmaine Boston 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Patsy Lou Bowlin 

Sparta — Social Studies 
Linda S. Boyd 

Fairfield — Elementary 
Education 
Margaret G. Brandon 

Herrin — Mathematics 
Ariel Jean Brennecke 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Georgianna Brockett 

Norris City — English 
Sheila T. Brooks 

Chicago — Special Education 
Pamela Ann Brown 

Harrisburg — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Lee Brownell 

Chicago — English 
Mary Sue Bruck 

Ottawa — Elementary Education 
Kathleen L. Buchanan 

Lincoln — Special Education 
Patricia Irene Bullard 

Grayville — Business Teacher 
Education 
Douglas Hale Bunton 

Washington — Elementary 
Education 
Thomas Edward Burke III 

Cleveland, Ohio — Physical 
Education for Men 

Dixie Lou Burrell 

Shelbyville — Business Teacher 
Education 



Helen Byrne 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Sarah Ann Carpenter 

Northbrook — Physical Education 
for Women 
Richard Frederick Carr 

DuBois, Pennsylvania — Physical 
Education for Men 
Dennis M. Chabot 

Decatur — Social Studies 
Craig Mitchell Chapman 

Skokie — English 
Eileen Nancy Chernow 
Chicago — Early Childhood 
Education 
Lawrence Joseph Ciolkosz 

Park Ridge — Physical Education 
for Men 
Connie Mae Clark 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Virginia Ann Clary 

Nashville — Elementary 
Education 
Robert W. Coats 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Walter George Coffey 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 
Karen Joyce Cohen 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Patricia F. Colletti 

Villa Park — Elementary 
Education 
Benjamin Lark Cooper, Jr. 

Decatur — Health Education 
Jane Anne Crabtree 

Dixon — Elementary Education 

Jane Hampton Crawford 

Herrin — Elementary Education 

Lucille LaVonne Crawford * 
Sullivan — Chemistry 

Thomas James Crego 

Streator — Physical Education 
for Men 

Vivian Duncan Cross 
Dahlgren — Elementary 
Education 



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Linda Sharon Cryder 

Plainfield — Elementary 
Education 
Michael Curtis 

Carbondale — Social Studies 
Sandra Kay Curtis 

Springfield — History 

Harold Ray Cutsinger 

Herrin — Physical Education for 
Men 
John Edward Daigle 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana — 
Physical Education for Men 
David K. Dalby 

Whittington — Biological Sciences 
Julianne Damrau 

Herrin — Elementary Education 
Alice Jean Davis 

Maywood — Elementary 
Education 
Peggy Louise Deaton 
Creal Springs — Physical 
Education for Women 
Mary Lynn DeRosa 

Joliet — Elementary Education 
James R. Dewey 

Mt. Vernon — Business Teacher 
Education 
Burlis Dees Dillard 

West Frankfort — Elementary 
Education 
Alice Marie Dornak 

Berwyn — Physical Education for 
Women 
James Emmett Dougherty III 
Richton Park — Business Teacher 
Education 
Jerome Vincent Drewes 

Carbondale — Health Education 
Nguyen Due Due 

Saigon, South Vietnam — 
Elementary Education 
Chesley Norvell Dunn 

Cypress — Business Teacher 
Education 
Johnny C. Dye 

Champaign — Physical Education 
for Men 
Linda L. Emery 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 
Linda Ann Engelhard 

Glen Ellyn — Social Studies 
James David Epley 

Mt. Vernon — History 
Janet Smail Evans 

Carbondale — Special Education 
Martha Karleen Hurley Felton 

Orient — Elementary Education 
Donna Eve Fiorenza 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Kenneth G. Frankenberry 

Morris — Health Education 
Kenneth Bruce Garen 

Skokie — Business Teacher 
Education 
Joanna Mae Duncan Gee 
Buncombe — Elementary 
Education 



Lynne Michele Gennarelli 

Glenwood — Social Studies 
Russell Joseph Genovese 

Chicago — Government 
James T. Geocaris 

Mt. Prospect — English 
Linda Darlene Ghent 

Harrisburg — Business Teacher 
Education 
Steven E. Gibson ** 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Giles Gieseking 

Altamont — Social Studies 
Charles Kegham Giragosian 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 
Joseph Allen Goldenberg 

Lincolnwood — Physical 
Education for Men 
James Arza Grace 

Herod — Government 
Sharon Ida Graul 

Mascoutah — Elementary 
Education 
lone Louise Graves 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Linda Ruth Gray ** 

Carbondale — Chemistry 
David M. Green 

Skokie — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Kenneth Leon Gregory 

Sandoval — Physical Education 
for Men 
Jill Adele Griffith 

Palmyra — Business Teacher 
Education 
Georgia T. Grigsby 

Mounds — Elementary Education 
Gerald Eugene Gross 

Chicago Ridge — Social Studies 
Carolyn Gail Hale 

Galatia — Language Arts 

Linda Ann Hallerman 
Caseyville — Elementary 
Education 
Lavern C. Halley 

West Frankfort — Social Studies 
Judith Faye Harper 

Waukegan — Early Childhood 
Education 
John Dennis Harrington 
Tinley Park — Physical 
Education for Men 
Cheryl Ann Harris 

Mt. Prospect — Elementary 
Education 
Elizabeth C. Hawker 

Carterville — Elementary 
Education 
Correne H. Hayes 

Villa Ridge — Elementary 
Education 
Doris R. Haynes 

Chicago — Physical Education for 
Women 
Sue Ellen Eichhorn Hays 

Herrin — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 



Melvin Leo Hefner 

Harrisburg — Business Teacher 
Education 
Randall Lee Henard 

Vienna — Health Education 
Guy Howard Henry, Jr. 

Mt. Vernon — Special Education 
Terry Glen Herrell 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Mary Katherine Hickey 

Taylorville — English 

Trenton Franklin Holland 

Carbondale — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Larry Wayne House 

Whittington — Speech 
James L. Howell, Jr. 

Allendale — Elementary 
Education 
Michael Cary Irwin 

Wayne City — Mathematics 
Jeanne Riggs Jennings * 

Crossville — Business Teacher 
Education 
Samuel Kemper Johnson, Jr. 

Carbondale — History 
Cathy Lee Jones 

Tamaroa — Elementary 
Education 
Roy Alexander Jones, Jr. 

Chicago — French 
Sharon Ward Jones 

Murphysboro — English 
Thomas L. Justice 

Denver, Colorado — Physical 
Education for Men 
Cheryl Mary Kadon 

River Forest — Elementary 
Education 
Juanita I. St. Pierre Kalert 

Essex — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 
Fred Kautsky III 

Cicero — History 
Jane Ann Kendrick 

Johnston City — Health 
Education 
Thomas Russell Kettelkamp 

Nokomis — Physical Education 
for Men 
Kathryn Kocielko 

Joliet — History 
Margo S. Koteff 

Chicago Heights — Elementary 
Education 
Michael Raymond Kristan 

Carbondale — English 
Karen DeAnn Kunkel 

McLeansboro — History 
Nguyen-Xuan-Lai 

Cho-Lon, South Vietnam — 
Elementary Education 
Raymond G. Lambotte 

Chicago Heights — Mathematics 
Eugenia H. Larson 

Springfield — English 
Linda Susan Lawrence 

Belleville — Special Education 



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Sally June Lay 

Ramsey — Elementary Education 

Connie Jean Lee 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Doris J. Lee 

Harrisburg — Elementary 
Education 
Carol Adele Legate 

Murphysboro — English 
Robert Alexander Leming 

Springfield — History 
Billie Lynes 

Du Quoin — Business Teacher 
Education 
Jobn Frederick Maekender 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 

Abigail Maddox 

Harrisburg — Business Teacher 
Education 

Brenda K. Martin 

Carbondale — Business Teacher 
Education 
Edward Vincent Marrapese 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Karen Anne Martin 

Bancroft, Ontario, Canada — 
Health Education 
Susan L. Martin 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Gerald R. Matuszewski 

Rockford — Physical Education 
for Men 
Lawrence Tomasz Matuszewski 

Rockford — Mathematics 
Donna Lucille Maul 

Virginia — Elementary Education 
Mary Kathleen McCaffrey 
Highland Park— Elementary 
Education 
Terry Renee McEwen 

Joliet — Elementary Education 
James Craig McKay 

Morton Grove — Physical 
Education for Men 

Sandra Payne McKimmy 
Carbondale — English 

Robert L. McMahon 
Joliet — Geography 

Norman Lee McRoy 

Carbondale — Physical Education 
for Men 
Ralph C. McTall 

Irvington — Elementary 
Education 

Benjiman F. Miller 

Enfield — Elementary Education 

Jerome H. Miller 
Nashville — English 

Ray Dale Miller 

Mounds — Elementary Education 

Sheryl Deane Miller 

Skokie — Elementary Education 

Paula Minnick 

Marion — Elementary Education 



Audrey Lynn Mitek 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Patricia Ann Moore 

Alton — Business Teacher 
Education 
Colin Robert Moran 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 
William Lewis Morgan 

Salem — Physical Education for 
Men 
Dennis Michael Morrison 

Oglesby — Elementary Education 
Patricia Mae Seagle Morthland * 

West Frankfort — Elementary 
Education 
Elizabeth I. Mosley 

Carbondale — Speech 
Marjory Edwards Moss 

Benton — Elementary Education 
Sandra Mott * 

Cave-in-Rock — English 
Jennifer Trent Murphy 

Marion — Special Education 
Joel Naparstek 

New Rochelle, New York — 
Physical Education for Men 
Mary Kay Neikes 

Sesser — Special Education 
Kathryn C. Neiswanger 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Doris Ann Nelson 

Ozark — Business Teacher 
Education 
Mary Jo Nelson 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Jeffrey Nicholas Neroy 

Chicago — History 
Nguyen Thi Thu Nguyet 

Saigon, South Vietnam — 
Elementary Education 
Nguyen Van Co 

Saigon, South Vietnam — 
Elementary Education 

Roberta S. Nichols 

Scheller — Elementary Education 

Susan Jean O'Connor 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Ronald Lee O'Daniell 

Woodlawn — Physical Education 
for Men 

Margaret Kathleen O'Martin 
Cicero — Elementary Education 

R. Keenan Orro 

Chicago — Physical Education 
for Men 

Christine Gigler Overtoom 
Riverdale — Elementary 
Education 

Patricia Ann Hawkins Owens 
Nashville — Business Teacher 
Education 

Dennis William Parejko 
Chicago — Government 

Terry Richard Parke 
Dolton — History 



Linda Jean Parks 

Jonesboro — Special Education 
Guy D. Parr, Jr. 

Mt. Vernon — Government 
Linda Jane Patrick 

Belleville — Elementary 
Education 
Carol Hope Pauls 

Marion — Elementary Education 
Dorothy Arlene Pearson 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Janella Peek 

West Frankfort — Business 
Teacher Education 
Mary Ellen Pendergast 

Park Ridge — Physical Education 
for Women 
Stephen Dale Penninger 

Pekin — Physical Education for 
Men 
Deborah Dee Perry 

Effingham — Elementary 
Education 
Donna Marie Peter 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 
Dorothy M. Peterson 

Effingham — Mathematics 
Thomas Pine Pile 

Winchester — Physical Education 
for Men 
Pamela Popham 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Carryle Preisel 

Homewood — Special Education 
Cynthia Jukes Presson 

Collinsville — Speech 
Derryl Lamar Reed 

Chicago — Mathematics 
Nancy Anne Reed 

Chicago — Elementary Education 
Wilma Ruth Reichert 

Cypress — Mathematics 

Linda Sue Richmond 

Carbondale — Special Education 

Janet Marie Robinson 

Murphysboro — Elementary 
Education 

Camille L. Rock 

Des Plaines — Business Teacher 
Education 

James Benjamin Rogers 
Karbers Ridge — Business 
Teacher Education 

Denise Bernadette Rue 
Chicago — English 

Lindsay G. Russell 

Carbondale — Mathematics 

Terri Crawford Sabella 
Indianapolis, Indiana — 
Elementary Education 

Brenda Jo Sadler 

Jonesboro — Business Teacher 
Education 

Mary Lynn Sandusky 

West Frankfort — Elementary 
Education 



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Robert A. Satterfield 

Carbondale — Social Studies 
Angela Darlene Sauerbrunn 

Karnak — English 

Linda Kay Scherrer 

Shawneetown — Elementary 
Education 

Carolyn L. Schick 

Springfield — Business Teacher 
Education 
Donald Anthony Schneider 
Melrose Park — Physical 
Education for Men 
Sharon Lou Schockey 

Gibson City — Elementary 
Education 
Suzanne H. Schoenwald 
Glenview — Elementary 
Education 
Jon Keith Schreiner 

Northbrook — Business Teacher 
Education 
Larry Steven Schroeder 

Freeport — Business Teacher 
Education 
David Joseph Schuler 

Woodstock — Government 
Edith Martha Schultz 

Texico — Elementary Education 

Carol Ann Scott 

Lyons — Social Studies 
Susan Mary Sensenbrenner 
Park Ridge — Elementary 
Education 
Betty Jean Sereg 

Coal Valley — Elementary 
Education 

Marjorie M. Severance 
Wheaton — History 

Kathleen Ann Sexton 

Langleyville — Business Teacher 
Education 

Michael W. Shain 
Mt. Morris — English 

Lanny Winston Shaw 

Mt. Vernon — Mathematics 

Ronald L. Shelton 

Johnston City — Physical 
Education for Men 

Ann Howe Shepard 

Evanston — Elementary 
Education 

William Edward Shuster 
McLeansboro — Special 
Education 

George Raymond Silver 
Chicago — Social Studies 

Debra Ann Silverman 

Chicago — Elementary Education 

Gary Wayne Simpson 
Benton — Social Studies 



Marjorie Jo Simpson 

Carterville — Special Education 
Joyce M. Skarda 

Bellwood — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Jean Smith 

Salem — Elementary Education 
James Carl Smolesky 

Joliet — Recreation and 
Outdoor Education 
Robert Charles Sobczak 

Chicago — Geography 
Betty Jean Southern 

Mill Shoals — Business Teacher 
Education 
Michael Steven Sowa 

Chicago — History 
Sandra Sue Spence 

Carmi — English 
Donald E. Starzyk 

Chicago — Government 

Bill C. States 

Cisne — Elementary Education 
Thomas Stephanides 

De Soto — Social Studies 
George Ralph Stone 

Albion — History 
James Leslie Stoots 

Hialeah, Florida — Physical 
Education for Men 
Bethel May Stout 

Corrales, New Mexico — 

Physical Education for Women 
Linda Laraine Swalve 
Forreston — Elementary 
Education 
Marilyn June Taylor 

Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
David Frederick Thomas 
Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 
Betty Jane Thompson 

Mulkeytown — Elementary 
Education 
Mary Louise Thompson 

Sparta — Special Education 
Le Thu Thuy 

Saigon, South Vietnam — 
Elementary Education 
David Carl Tiffan 

Tremont — Physical Education 
for Men 
Max B. Trueblood 

Chester — Physics 
Rebecca Jane Urish 

Green Valley — English 
John Robert Vallino 

De Soto — Social Studies 
Amy Jo Vandever 

Chicago — Business Teacher 
Education 



Steven Wayne Vaughn 

Herrin — Physical Education for 
Men 

Barbara Jane Vinyard 
Harrisburg — Elementary 
Education 

Mary Ellen Vinyard 

Equality — Elementary Education 

Susan Mae Eubank Wagner 
Carterville — Mathematics 

Ann Walters 

Mt. Vernon — Physical Education 
for Women 

Deborah Ann Ward 

Hull — Recreation and Outdoor 
Education 

Alvie Watt 

Peoria — English 

Michael A. Weaver 

West Frankfort — Mathematics 

Janet Jo Webb 

East St. Louis — Health 
Education 

Cristie Louise Leach Weber 
Wayne City — Early Childhood 
Education 

Richard Keith Wells 
Carmi — English 

Linda Westbrook 

Carterville — Elementary 
Education 

Connie J. Whan 

Peoria — Physical Education for 
Women 

Linda Kay Whitehurst 

Wheeler — Elementary Education 

Arlene Wicks 

Carbondale — Elementary 
Education 

Barbara J. Williams 

Alton — Elementary Education 

Emma Lou Williams 
Du Quoin — Elementary 
Education 

Donna Marie Windhorst 
Mt. Vernon — Elementary 
Education 

Steven A. Winning 
Anna — Chemistry 

Paul D. Winters 

Geff — Elementary Education 

James Michael Witte 
Oak Park— Art 

Glen Alan Wright 
Sesser — English 

Catherine Phyllis McCoy Ziegler 
West Frankfort — French 

Bonita J. Zuchowicz 
Justice — Social Studies 



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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Roger E. Beyler, Dean 

David E. Christensen, Marshal 

Frank Thomas, Asst. Marshal 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Cheryl Ann Abbinanti 
Chicago — Psychology 

Colette Anderson 

Makanda — English 
Douglas David Anderson 

Wilmette — Government 
Frank L. Anderson, Jr. 

Austin, Texas — Sociology 
James Raymond Andreozzi 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Donald Arthur Arbeen 

Chicago — Psychology 
Linda L. Archer 

Springfield — Sociology 
Irving S. Arditty 

Los Angeles, California — Special 
Major in Russian Area Studies 
Gregory Lynn Arnold 

De Soto — Psychology 

Kristine M. Baber 

Carterville — Philosophy 

Glenda Ellen Mark Balos 
Murphysboro — Sociology 

Pamela Lynn Baricovich 

Summit — English 
Beverly Joan Batell 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Myra Darlene Batley ** 
Pleasant Hill — English 

Ida Ann Bauer 

Evansville — Sociology 

Patricia Rose Baysinger 
Carbondale — English 

Madonna Rae Beggs 

Metropolis — Mathematics 

Jim Bellmer 

Springfield — Psychology 

John Joseph Bena 

Waukegan — Geography 

Eugene Roger Berkenstadt 
Northbrook — Government 

Richard J. Berquist 
Chicago — Geology 

James Odis Bingham 

North Chicago — Spanish 

Roosevelt Andrew Bland 
Portsmouth, Virginia — 
Government 

David Michael Bonomo 
Delavan — Government 

Tarn J. Boston 
Chicago — History 

Jack Francios Bourbon 
Rockford — Mathematics 



Edwin James Bradley 

Freeport — Government 
Pamela Bracewell Bramlet *** 

Carbondale — English 
Kenneth J. Braxton 

Carbondale — Ma them atics 
Ruth Wines Brewer 

Carbondale — Government 
Jane B. Brightwell 

Carterville — English 
Newton Edward Brightwell III 

Carterville — Chemistry 
Thomas C. Britton 

Effingham — Government 
Julienne Brooks 

Chicago — Psychology 
Ted T. Bruce 

Chicago — Sociology 
Stephen Eugene Brumley 

Millstadt — Mathematics 
Robert Wayne Brutcher 

Princeton — Biological Sciences 
Karen Lee Walker Buchanan * 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Gaius Whitfield Bush III 
Carbondale — Government 

Catherine Teresa Campisi * 
Edwardsville— Psychology 

Louis Caprio 

Chicago Heights — Government 
William Caruso . 

Elmhurst — Sociology 
Jane Ann Caskey 

Morrison — Sociology 
William P. Cassin 

Springfield — History 
Reuben Charles Cawthon, Jr. 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 
Stuart Howard Chase 

Wayne City — Chemistry 

Raymond Edward Chasteen * 

E ne r gy — Soc io logy 
Randall Robert Chmel 

Chicago — Government 

James P. Cianciolo 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin — 
Government 

Mary Bernadette Clifton 
Chicago — Sociology 

Timothy Lee Cline 

Buffalo, New York — Chemistry 

John W. Collen 

Carterville — Mathematics 

Alan Richard Cox 

Atwood — Mathematics 



Dowell Cox 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 
David Allen Crotty 

Beecher — Zoology 
John Palmer Crum 

Florissant, Missouri — Psychology 
Luciano Sergio De Angelis 

Chicago — History 
James Dedes 

Niles — English 
Russell T. Deputy 

Mt. Carmel — Sociology 
Vincent R. De Rosa II 

West Paterson, New Jersey — 
Philosophy 
Frank J. DeSalvo 

Skokie — Govern men t 
John Frederick Dieffenbach 

Chicago — Geography 
Richard Edward Dose 

Chicago — Government 
Kendall K. Doty 

West Salem — Zoology 
Diana Kay Douglas 

Metropolis — English 
Daniel Francis Drew 

Gillespie — Economics 
Carmen John Duro 

Arlington Heights — English 
Daniel Durr 

Hardin — Government 
Bohdan Dziadyk 

Cottage Hills — Biological 
Sciences 

Stephen J. Eandi 

Springfield— Sociology 

Robert T. Eberhart 

Carbondale — English 
Rosemary Elkins 

Wauconda — English 
Jack Wendal Ellis 

Danville — Psychology 
Patricia Fulton Elsaid 

Barnard Castle, County Durham, 
England — English 
Donald Wayne Emery 

Aurora — Zoology 
Martha Erickson 

Chicago — English 
Randy Esserman 

Skokie — History 
Rajendra Romain Etwaroo 

Port Moiirant, Guyana — 
Biological Sciences 
Linda S. Farris 

Springfield — Sociology 



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Donna Louise Ferris 

Worcester, Massachusetts — 
Sociology 
Richard D. Finney 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Dennis Egan Fors 

West Dundee — Psychology 

Susan Elizabeth Foster 
Liberty ville — Latin 

Patricia A. French 

Chicago — Sociology 
Jill L. Frey 

Park Ridge — Sociology 
Paul David Frolik 

Sycamore — Government 
Harvey Nelson Gardiner 

Carbondale — History 

Susan Joanne Garrison ** 

Carbondale — English 
Mary Marcia Gasaway 

Ballwin, Missouri — English 
Harold Gates 

Alton — Special Major in Asian 
Studies 
Gerald William Genrich 

Rockford — Government 
LaMar Duane Gentry 

Chicago — Government 
Charles Patrick Gilmore 

Elizabeth — Zoology 
Perry L. Gnivecki 

McHenry — An th ropology 
Michael Ira Gold 

Des Plaines — Government 
Carole Ogata Grace 

Murphysboro — Geography 
Gary M. Gramlick 

Centralia — Government 
Carol Ann Gravenstein * 

Shannon — Mathematics 
Gary Leonard Green 

Belleville — Psychology 
Robert Hyman Green 

Metropolis — Chemistry 
Phillip Joel Groves 

Marion — Anthropology 
Peggy Lou Haldeman 

Algonquin — Anthropology 

Barbara Jean Hansen 
Carroll, Iowa — Sociology 

Jane Powers Harris 
Carbondale — Sociology 

James Robert Hartzler 
Eureka — Sociology 

Joyce Ann Hayden 

Murphysboro — Government 

Priscilla Joary Heath 
Joliet — Botany 

Sheila Anne Henneman 
Pecatonica — Microbiology 

David Alan Henson 
Sterling — Sociology 

Michael Henry Herzog 
Mt. Prospect — History 

Loren Lyle Heuertz 
Aurora — History 



Dennis M. Higgins 

Benton — History 
Reginald James Hill * 

Carbondale — Physics 
Melissa Edenton Hodge 

Carbondale — English 
Robert McCoid Hodge 

Carbondale — Philosophy 

Robert Lynn Hodson 

Harrisburg — English 
Beth Ann Holthaus 

Wheeling — English 
Terrence John Hopkins 

West Frankfort — Sociology 
Thomas John Horstmann 

Peoria — Gove rnment 
Dawn Louise Hrdina 

Cicero — English 
Wen-Lee Hsu 

Singapore — Mathematics 
David L. Hug 

Edwardsville — Philosophy 
Gary Paul Hund 

Galesburg — Psychology 
James Charles Hurst 

Effingham — History 
Linda Hussong * 

Florissant, Missouri — 
Mathematics 
Richard Munro Hutchins 

Salisbury, Maryland — Sociology 
David Thomas Ingham 

Oak Lawn — Psychology 
Larry L. Izenstark 

River Forest — History 
Michael Ray Jackson * * * 

Cobden — His to ry 

Robert F. Jacobson 

Harvey — Philosophy 
Judith Marie James 

Carterville — Psychology 
Winslow Albert Jeffries 

Decatur — Government 
Albert Lee Johnson 

Carbondale — English 

Beverly Jean Johnson 
Chicago — Spanish 

Edith Marie Johnson 
F reepo rt — Ph ilosophy 

Gregory Edward Johnson 
Springfield — Sociology 

Kristine Elaine Johnson 

Carbondale — Special Major in 
Asian Studies 

Nicholas Lynn Johnson 

Peoria Heights — Psychology 

Beverly Jeanne Jusits 
Joliet — Sociology 

Joseph B. Kaskey 

Carbondale — Biological Sciences 

John Keating 

Chicago — Mathematics 

Judy Stryker Kelch 
Ca rbondale — Socio logy 

Albert Martin Kellert 
LaGrange — Chemistry 



Jerome Kelly 

Madison — Special Major in 
Structural Biophysics 
Jeffrey Peter Kempter 

Racine, Wisconsin — History 
Steven L. Kerr 

Carbondale — Philosophy 
Terry Miller King 

Sherrard — Geography 
James C. Kitzmiller 

Rockford — English 
Karen Mary Klaus 

Eureka — Psychology 
Algis John Klausa 

Chicago — Psychology 
Joseph Knor, Jr. 

East St. Louis — Zoology 
Thomas G. Koncel 

Chicago — Chemistry 
Jerry A. Kull 

Chicago — Biological Sciences 
Larry Gene Lain 

New York, New York — 
Psychology 
Otis A. Lawrence 

Evergreen Park — Sociology 

David G. Lawson 

Oak Forest — Sociology 

Marilyn Sue Lee 

Buckley — Sociology 
Roger Thomas Leff 

Chicago — Psychology 
Zane Joe Lemon 

Aledo — Government 
Gregory Glenn Lence 

Anna — Psychology 

Lauretto Katheryn Lescher 

River Forest — Sociology 
William Judson Leyerle * 

Zeigler — Mathematics 
Frank T. Licata 

Springfield — Zoology 
Daniel John Lonowski 

Elkville — Psychology 
Lynda Joyce Lonowski 

Elkville — Sociology 
Allen T. Lucas, Jr. 

Springfield — Government 
Michael K. Luecking 

St. Libory — Chemistry 
Ronald P. Manning 

Fairfield — Philosophy 
Richard Lee Marchal 

Centralia — Chemistry 
Anita L. McGruder 

Miami, Florida — Psychology 
Kathleen Alister McGuigan 

Winnetka — Sociology 

Gary W. McLaughlin 

Murphysboro — Microbiology 

John James McNamara 
Oyster Bay, New York — 
Sociology 

Charles H. Mercer, Jr. 
Aurora — History 

Linda Marie Merkle 
Addison — Sociology 



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Shirley Ann Miles 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Donald Angus Miller 

Carbondale — English 
Robert Lee Mills 

Johnston City — History 
Ronald Chester Mis 

North Tonawanda, New York — 
Zoology 
Daniel Eugene Mitchell 

De Soto — Botany 
Linda Louise Mitchell 

Chicago — Spanish 
Faith Mary Monen 

Oak Park — English 
Delores M. Moore 

Villa Park — Sociology 
James Forrest Moore 

Harrisburg — Mathematics 
Glenn R. Morrow 

Chicago — Psychology 
Russell E. Mortz 

Cambria — Zoology 
John William Mullins 

New Orleans, Louisiana — 
Health Science 
Thomas Richard Murphy, Jr.*** 

Eldorado — History 
Joffre Muriel Nard 

East St. Louis — Mathematics 

Michael John Naughton 
Chicago — Psychology 

Karl T. Nelson 

Marion — Government 

Carol Jean Newlin 

Barrington — Sociology 
Nguyen Hong Cue 

Can-Tho, South Vietnam — 
Sociology 

Judith S. Nicholson 

Shelby ville — English 
William Arthur Nicholson 

Lombard — Government 

William Joseph Olsick 

Evergreen Park — Sociology 

Suzanne Lee Olson 
Chicago — Govern men t 

David Richard Onn 

Centralia — Government 

Fred Irwin Ormiston 
Urbana — Govern ment 

Alford Henry Ottley, Jr. 
St. Albans, New York — 
Chemistry 

Linda Sue Oury 
Chicago — History 

Janet Patricia Oyler * 
Grand Tower — Sociology 

Edward Paul Panella 
Chicago — English 

John Joseph Michael Parenti 
Bensenville — History 

Fred Alexander Paul 
Brookfield — English 

Irene Natalie Paulavicius 
Chicago — Microbiology 



Richard Lee Pehrson 

Decatur — Physics 
Kenneth R. Peter 

Carbondale — Government 
Richard L. Peting 

Chicago — Chemistry 
Thomas Petty 

Mt. Carroll — English 
Anne Pittman 

Carbondale — Sociology 
John Platko 

Crest Hill — Music 
Diane Elizabeth Pleters 

Wheaton — History 
Marsha K. Powers 

Carbondale — Sociology 

Steven S. Prater 

Winnebago — Chemistry 
Wesley R. Pribla 

E vanston — Govern ment 
Kent Page Price 

Cha rleston — Psychology 
Edwin Charles Ranek 

Maryville — Psychology 
Timothy John Reading 

Joliet — Government 
Michael E. Reeves 

Oswego — Government 
Susan Gertz Reyman 

Murphysboro — Sociology 
Daniel Charles Richards 

Sterling — Psychology 
Rodger R. Ricketts 

Park Ridge — Sociology 
Joseph Wendell Ringsdorf 

Burt, Iowa — Economics 
Barbara Jo Ritter 

Du Quoin — History 
Michael R. Rochelle 

Chicago — Government 
Raymond E. Rohr, Jr. 

Onarga — Sociology 
John Michael Rose, Jr. 

Carbondale— Philosophy 
Mary Louise Heath Rouhandeh :; 

Murphysboro — Biological 
Sciences 

William Joseph Sabella 

Carpentersville — Mathematics 

Pamela A. Sabin 

Granite City — English 

Edward James Sampson 
Chicago — Sociology 

Merle Arlene Samuels 
Chicago — Government 

Wiley Henry Samuels, Jr. 
Chicago — Psychology 

Alan Dale Sans * 

Thawville — Mathematics 

Kenneth Saracco 
Benld — Chemistry 

Robert B. Schulz 

Danville — Government 

Kathy A. Schumacher 

Garden City South, New York- 
Psychology 



Dolores Louise Schweiss 

Carbondale — German 
Ellen Ann Scott 

Carterville — Governmen t 
Carey Eugenia Scotti 

Markham — Sociology 
Mary Joan Seery 

Palatine — Sociology 

Judy M. Shoemaker 

Anna — Sociology 
Dianne Slobodnik 

Waukegan — English 
Gary Kendall Smith 

Metropolis — Government 

Timothy Jon Sneed 

Carbondale — Philosophy 

Linda Susan Snider 
Carbondale — Sociology 

Michael Allen Snider 
Carbondale — History 

Tom David Sobehrad 

LaGrange Park — History 
James Lee Solenberger 

Springfield — Government 
Ellen Rae Sonntag 

Chicago — Psychology 
Lee A. Spigarelli 

Park Ridge — English 
Daniel Starsiak 

Elmhurst — Government 
William Gavin Steck 

Collinsville — Econo m ics 
Katharine Anne Stein 

Carbondale — Psychology 
Michael C. Stein 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Joseph Alan Stokes 

Brownstown — Biological Sciences 
Beverly Gore Stott 

Olmsted — Psychology 

Charles Strehlow 

Chicago — History 
John Christian Sullivan, Jr. 

Washington, D. C. — History 
Bruce Wayne Summers 

DuQuoin — Government 
Charles Anthony Susnis 

Chicago — Government 
Hermine Lenora Taylor 

Chicago — Sociology 

Roger Brent Tedrick 

Carbondale — Govern ment 

Patrick C. Tempel 
Joliet — History 

Richard Allen Tennant, Jr. 
Benton — Zoology 

Esmail A. Teymouri 
Carbondale — Chemistry 

Dan Edward Thomas 
Marion — History 

Linda Jane Thomas 
Jonesboro — Psychology 

Barbara Anne Thomeczek 
Alton — Sociology 

Frank Dale Tippy 

Murphysboro — Mathematics 



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Kenny Allen Troutt 

Mt. Vernon — Government 
Karen Louise Turner * * * 

Mundelein — History 
James Samuel Vallero 

Dalzell — History 
Richard Lee Van Haecke 

Lake Villa — Psychology 
Thomas M. Vaught 

Carmi — Government 
Sharon Lee Wadsworth 

Chicago — Sociology 

Normagene McDaniel Warner 
Carbondale — History 

Carlin Martell Watson * 
Eldorado — Government 

Robert Charles Wayman 
Des Plaines — Geography 



Charles Alan Wente 
Effingham — Zoology 

Sylvester West 

Memphis, Tennessee — 
Chemistry 
Hugh Michael Westbrooks * 

Anna — Govern tnent 
John Howard Westerman 

Flossmoor — English 
Paul Joseph Wheeler 

Marion — German 
Robert Hall Wilkin, Jr. 

Chicago — Sociology 
Steven Carl Wilier 

Lombard — Sociology 
Franklin Del Williams 

Metropolis — Sociology 
Jan Heath Williams 

Park Forest — Government 



John Tyler Williams 

Carbondale — Sociology 
Jeffrey L. Woodruff 

Salem — English 
Harold Earl Woods 

Dallas, Texas — Government 
Anita May Wotiz * 

Carbondale — Mathematics 
Crystal Joann Wright 

Canton — Govern men t 
Sally Jo Wright 

Carbondale — Economics 
Carole J. Yates 

Carbondale — English 
William T. Zielinski 

Chicago — Chemistry 
Toby Jay Zwikel 

Chicago — Government 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Scot Adams 

Carbondale — Geology 
Larry O. Aut 

Carbondale — Zoology 

Robert Donald Bartlett 
Lake Forest — Zoology 

Charles Jerry Crould 
Carbondale — Zoology 

Gregory D'Ambrosio 
Glenview — Geography 



Stanley Eugene Dyrkacz II 

Carbondale — Zoology 
Judy Ann Elkins 

Flint, Michigan — Zoology 
Thomas Edward Hinton 

Go rham — Zoo logy 
Aquiles Iglesias 

Carbondale — Zoology 
Gene Douglas Ingram 

Lockport — Zoology 
Neal D. Kaufman 

M o r ton — Zoo logy 



Dean Shizuo Nakayama 

Lyons — Zoology 
John W. Schulte 

Carlyle — Zoology 
Michael Eugene Stone 

Bunker Hill — Zoology 
Gary Wade Wilson 

Grayville — Geography 
Keith Christian Zobel 

Ca rbondale — Zoo logy 



SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 

Wendell E. Keepper, Dean 
Eugene S. Wood, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



John Richard Adams 

Atlanta — General Agriculture 

Thomas A. Baker 

Murphysboro — Plant Industries 

Randal Stuart Daniels 

Carterville — Plant Industries 

George Allan Dycus 

Brownstown — Plant Industries 

David C. Feltes 

Imperial, Missouri — Plant 
Industries 

William E. Flesner 

Golden — Agricultural Industries 

David Ray Guynn 

Dewey — Agricultural Industries 

Norman L. Hawker 
Carterville — Forestry 



George Elbert Hunter 

Oglesby — Animal Industries 
Gary Kessel 

Franklin Grove — Animal 
Industries 
David Lee Keys 

Lincoln — Fo restry 
John Vincent Kolmer 

Carlyle — Forestry 
Jane A. Kolp 

Clinton — Forestry 
John LeLand Leenerts 

La Prairie — Agricultural 
Industries 
David LeRoy Lidwell 

Lew'istown — Animal Industries 
Stephen Eric Lomax 

Downers Grove — Forestry 



Gregory John McGowan 

Decatur — Forestry 
Richard Arden Medsker 

Marshall — Plant Industries 
Leonard Dale Miller 

Eldorado — Forestry 
John S. Minier 

Benton — Plant Industries 
Donald Edward Nelson 

Carbondale — Agricultural 
Industries 
Nancy Lee Newman 

Alexandria, Virginia — Animal 
Industries 
Michael Ray Schwartz 

Centralia — Plant Industries 
Forrest McKendree Smith 

Alton — Plant Industries 



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George L. Soltwedel 

Effingham — Animal Industries 
Milton Ray Spencer 

Williamsfield — Animal Industries 
Robert D. Torbeck 

Brownstown — Animal Industries 



Gordon L. Von Qualen 

Ga rd ne r — Fo res try 
Garret Ellery Wagner 

Carterville — Plant Industries 
Ronald Lee Wake, Jr. 

Bulpitt — Agricultural Industries 
J. L. Ward 

Du Quoin — Animal Industries 



Thomas Lee Wiggins 

Princeton — Agricultural 
Education 
Steven D. Wiyatt 

Newton — Agricultural Industries 
Melvin Dean Woolfolk 

Palmy ra — Fo restry 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

Charles Hindersman, Dean 
R. Clifton Anderson, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Apolola Matthew Adebanjo 

Ilawe-Ekiti, Western Nigeria- 
Management 
Kenneth Eugene Baker 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Michael R. Bandy 

Areola — Marketing 
Geoffrey Barnes 

Chicago — Accounting 
Ronald A. Barthelme 

Vienna — Accounting 
George W. Beck 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Guy William Beggs 

Metropolis — Management 
John W. Bonde 

Elk Grove — Management 
Timothy John Borchert 

Melrose Park — Management 
Douglas Allan Brady 

Yorkville — Marketing 
Jack Warren Brown II 

Robinson — Managemen t 
Dennis Lee Cartwright 

Springfield — Marketing 
Brian F. Chester 

Mahomet — Marketing 
Nery Fernando Chinchilla 

Honduras, Central America — 
Management 
Gary R. Cline 

Troy — Accounting 
James Michael Cooper 

Taylorville — Management 

Carl L. Crawford 

Harrisburg — Accounting 
Michael Thomas Crawford 

Liberty ville — Marketing 
Clarence W. Cross 

Cambria — Management 
Norman Kenneth Cygan 

Westchester — Marketing 
William Gregory Doolin 

Ashland — Marketing 
James Larry Douglas 

Law renceville — Management 



Stuart Douglas Dunnett 

Chicago — Accounting 
Terry Ray Durkee 

Chester — Management 
Roosevelt Eiland Junior 

Robbins — Marketing 
Gamilah M. Elkins 

Chicago — Accounting 
Jerry R. Engle 

Columbus, Indiana — 
Management 
Patricia A. Engstrom 

Carbondale — Secretarial Studies 
Robert William Feiler 

Chicago — Management 
Robert Mark Feinberg 

Chicago — Marketing 
Charles Frederick Ferriday II 

Carbondale — Marketing 
Fred Calvin Fingerhut 

Chicago — Marketing 
William A. Forrester II 

Memphis, Tennessee — 
Management 
Gary William Fort 

Westchester — Finance 

Terry G. Fout 

Danville — Accounting 
Kent R. Frantzve 

Homewood — Marketing 
Robert Bradley Garrison 

Olney — Accounting 
David Edward Gebhardt 

Kankakee — Management 
George Henry Gibson 

Joliet — Management 
Richard Raymond Gibson 

Liberty ville — Accounting 
Florian Ignatius Golnik 

Chicago — Accounting 
Donn Fredolph Gustafson 

Mundelein — Marketing 
Richard John Hager 

Markham — Management 
Geoffrey L. Hardel 

Morton Grove — Finance 



Carol Bryson Henry 

Quincy — Accounting 
Gerald J. Hirtzer 

Metropolis — Accounting 

Alvin Glenn Hooten 

Fults — Management 
Thomas E. Howe 

Lake Zurich — Management 
Gary L. Johnson 

Evergreen Park — Marketing 
Michael Charles Johnson 

Wheaton — Management 
George J. Johnston 

LaGrange — Accounting 
Steven Andrew Kalaskie 

Areola — Management 
Donald J. Kane, Jr. 

Canton — Marketing 
James Michael Kellen 

Paducah, Kentucky — Marketing 
Walter James Kemper 

Mt. Carmel — Accounting 
John Bruce King 

Princeton — Management 
Dennis Dean Kollross 

Gibson City — Management 
William Bruce Koziol 

Chicago — Management 
Robert Ray Kuhnert 

Steeleville — Management 
Larry D. Lamb 

Farmer City — Finance 
Martin Allen Larson 

Elmhurst — Marketing 
Swayzine Laster 

Blue Island — Management 
James Francis Leary 

No rthbrook — Marketing 

Rodney Linder 

Norton, Virginia — Management 
Frederick Herman Ludtke 

Carterville — Accounting 
Angelo Raymond Lupo 

Chicago — Marketing 
Douglas Allen MacNiff 

Palatine — Marketing 



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Robert Timothy Mahaney 
Syracuse, New York — 
Management 

Richard Leo Mason 

Park Forest — Marketing 

David Arthur Mayer 
Chicago — Management 

Daniel Anthony Mazan 

North Riverside — Accounting 

John Anthony McCauley 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — 
Marketing 
Marion G. McDowell, Jr. 

Barnhill — Accounting 
John William McGuire 

Carmi — Managemen t 
Roger L. McKibben 

Albion — Marketing 
Michael F. McNeil 

Elmhurst — Management 
David Allen Mead 

Geneva — Finance 
Edward Franklin Mee, Jr. 

Carbondale — Marketing 
William Albert Miller 

Danville — Management 
Alan J. Montella 

Chicago Heights — Accounting 
John T. Moore * * 

Springfield — Accounting 
Leo Gilbert Morrissey 

Geneseo — Finance 
Tim Moss 

Aurora — Management 
Kenneth Robert Neideen 

Evergreen Park — Management 
Carl William Nielsen, Jr. 

Wheaton — Management 
David Joseph Ortinau 

Crete — Management 



David Louis Pillow 

Decatur — Accounting 
Joseph Edward Price 

Murphysboro — Management 

Robert J. Pryor 

Hickory Hills — Management 

Michael Lee Reynolds 
Granite City — Marketing 

Alfred H. Richert 

Ozona, Florida — Finance 

Marion V. Ring 

Olney — Ma rketing 
Robert Michael Ronchetti 

Mattoon — Management 
Roger E. Rudnick 

Chicago — Management 

William Steven Russell 
Chicago — Accounting 

Charles J. Saccaro 

Berwyn — Management 

Sigmund Saltz 

Chicago — Marketing 
John Jay Schellenberg 

Park Forest — Marketing 
James Franklin Scott 

Chicago Heights — Management 

Joseph Sennott, Jr. 

Streator — Accounting 
Danny Don Sexton 

Taylorville — Management 

Roman A. Shaban 

Chicago — Accounting 
Leonard M. Siegel 

Chicago — Management 
Katanyu Sirasudhi 

Bangkok, Thailand — 
Management 
David Michael Smith 

Danville — Finance 



Walter P. Steffen III 

Glenview — Management 
Thomas William Stockov 

Canton — Marketing 
John Ervin Stonecipher 

Salem — Finance 
Samuel Lawrence Sullivan 

Watseka — Management 
Phillip Trent Thompson 

Decatur — Marketing 
Thomas Bruce Thompson 

St. Charles — Marketing 
James Victor Tomaszewski 

Richview — Accounting 
Richard L. Tomlinson 

Downers Grove — Management 

William Joseph Venatta 
Carbondale — Accounting 

Anna Bernice Wade 
Chicago — Marketing 

Lynn William Walker 

Carbondale — Management 

Michael Val Williams 
Cisne — Management 

Joel Lee Williamson 

Springfield — Accounting 
Randy Stewart Willimann 

Highland — Marketing 
Thomas G. Wirth 

Mt. Carmel — Marketing 
Gary Calvin Younker 

Peotone — Accounting 

Glenn J. Zeleznak 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Wesley W. Ziebell 

Carbondale — Accounting 
Douglas James Ziemak 

Hammond, Indiana — Finance 



SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Roye R. Bryant, Dean 
Shirley Rogers, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Valerie Griffin Adams 

St. Anne — Home Economics 

Kathleen Lou Beyerman 

Elmhurst — Home Economics 

Mary Louise Bombardieri 
Staunton — Home Economics 

Marilyn Bruno 

Benton — Home Economics 

Beverly Ann Church 

Lebanon — Home Economics 
Carol Lynn Sheldon Coventry 

Murphysboro — Home Economics 

Sharon Ann Dennis 

Dalton City — Home Economics 



Suzanne Marie Kolp Evans 

Jacksonville — Home Economics 

Sara Ellen Ficke 

Joliet — Home Economics 

Martha Ann Fluckey * 

Carbondale — Home Economics 

Barbara Ann Fogler 

Taylorville — Home Economics 

Judith Lynne Gergits 
Evergreen Park — Home 
Economics 

Richard E. Golightly 

Metropolis — Home Economics 



Jeffrey Gilbert Hendricks 
Peoria — Home Economics 

Marilyn Dianne Holmes 

Bradford — Home Economics 

Nancy Jane Horstmann 
Peoria — Home Economics 

Beverley Lynne Hurley 
Albion — Home Economics 

Janice B. Hutkin 

Carbondale — Home Economics 

Jo Anne Jobst 

Oak Park — Home Economics 



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James Erwin Kehrer 

New Memphis — Home 
Economics 
Susan Rae Kozlowski 

Des Plaines — Home Economics 

Sharon Louise Kraigher 

New Douglas — Home Economics 
Margaret Louise Krempl 

Joliet — Home Economics 
Connie Jeanne Lewis 

Berkeley — Home Economics 
Stephen D. Lindow 

Home Economics 
Richard Martinez 

Granite City — Home Economics 
Miehal Kathleen McGrady 

Gillespie — Home Economics 
Carol A. McLean 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Gemma Maria Mikulicz 

Ferguson, Missouri — Home 
Economics 



Becky Sue Miller 

Marion — Home Economics 
Joanne Irene Morgan 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Catherine Louise Needham 

Park Forest — Home Economics 
Catherine L. Olliver 

Short Hills, New Jersey — Home 
Economics 
Marchia Cheryl Otto 

Free port — Home Economics 
Karen Maline Petty 

Pekin — Home Economics 
Barbara Elaine Gurtner Pfister 

Altamont — Home Economics 
Dennis G. Powell 

Gurnee — Home Economics 

Kathryn Eileen Sayre 

Peoria — Home Economics 

Sherry Ann Schmelzer 

Arlington Heights — Home 
Economics 



Darlene Denise Schmidt 

Chicago — Home Economics 
Grace Ann Selle 

Cutler — Home Economics 
Joan Marie Shannon 

Highland Park — Home 
Economics 
Patricia Ann Higgs Soltwedel 

St. Elmo — Home Economics 
Janis L. Spillman 

Oak Park — Home Economics 
Barbara Ann Stirton 

Arlington Heights — Home 
Economics 
Nancy Ann Walsh 

Luke, Maryland — Home 
Economics 
Montel Cherie Whitten 

Salem — Home Economics 
Karen Marie Wojtasik 

Argo — Home Economics 



SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 

Thomas B. Jefferson, Dean 
Marvin E. Johnson, Marshal 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Ronald Eugene Agge 

Arthur — Engineering Technology 
Stephen Kemper Allen 

Mt. Vernon — Industrial 
Technology 

David Alan Anderson 

Seneca — Industrial Technology 
Gordon Lee Astrom 

Lockport — Engineering 
Gary R. Bollmeier 

Marissa — Industrial Technology 
Joseph Steven Bucalo 

Durand — Engineering 
Nikey Lynn Caldwell 

Williamsville — Engineering 
Technology 

Robert J. Caplinger 

Maroa — Engineering Technology 

James John Carlson 

Chicago — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Roy James Chapman 

Oglesby — Industrial Technology 
Larry Paul Cummings 

Mt. Vernon — Engineering 
Technology 
Kenneth Roger Downey 
Ridgway — Engineering 
Technology 

Robert Bechett Edwards 
Crystal Lake — Engineering 



Theodore H. Ellis, Jr. 
Keenes — Engineering 
Technology 
James Howard Erickson 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Kenneth M. Fleming 

Waukegan — Engineering 
Technology 
Ernest D. Fluckey, Jr. 
Mt. Sterling — Industrial 
Technology 
Roger Lee Garner 

Cobden- — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Patrick Earl Garrett 
Elmhurst — Industrial 
Technology 
Thomas Michael Gentry 

Sparta — Engineering Technology 

William V. Goebel 

Henry — Engineering Technology 

Alfred Augustus Gorton 
Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 

Roger Louis Green 

Murphysboro — Engineering 
Technology 

Andres C. Guerrero S. 
Managua, Nicaragua — 
Engineering 



Michael K. Hammond 

Casey — Industrial Technology 

Thomas Glen Hansen 

Skokie — Industrial Technology 

Roger Lawrence Harting 
Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 

Charles A. Harwick 

Scales Mound — Industrial 
Technology 

John R. Henderson 
Havana — Engineering 
Technology 

Dale Lambert Hollopeter 
Rockton, Pennsylvania — 
Engineering Technology 

Thomas Carl Holloway 
Staunton — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

David Lewis Ibbotson 
Chrisman — Engineering 
Technology 

Alan Leonard Johnson 
Benton — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Larry Jones 

Mizpah, New Jersey — Industrial 
Technology 

General W. King, Jr. 

East St. Louis — Engineering 



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George R. Klaudinyi 
Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
Harold Randall Knox 

Peoria — Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Edward C. Kornfeind 

Chicago — Industrial Technology 
Dennis William Kruckeberg 

Moro — Industrial Technology 
John Anderson Lanum 
Du Quoin — Engineering 
Technology 
William Ernest Largent 
Canton — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Charles Latrell Leathers 
Grayville — Engineering 
Technology 
James Harry Lee 

Highland Park — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
John Robb Leemon 

Sparta — Engineering Technology 
Dennis Joseph Limestall 
Columbia — Indus trial 
Technology 
Herbert Ronald Lockett 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Danny Keith Lowry 

Elizabethtown — Engineering 
Technology 

Vincent Robert Luckey 

Streator — Industrial Technology 
Abdolreza Mahdavi 

Carbondale — Applied Science 
Dale Myron Malehorn 

Chicago — Engineering 
Technology 
Gary Eugene Mann 

Oblong — Industrial Technology 
John L. Marlin 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
James Conrad McCausland 

Havana — Engineering 



Robert Arthur Mercer 
Marissa — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
George Saul Metcalf, Jr. 
Carbondale — Engineering 
Technology 
Paul F. Mickey 

Robinson — Engineering 
Technology 

Glenn Alan Mueller 

Des Plaines — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Paris Milton Nation 

Freeburg — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Alan Ray Nolte 

East Alton — Engineering 
Paul R. Olson 

Chillicothe — Engineering 
Technology 
Jon Michael Perry 

Danville — Industrial Technology 
Paul Michael Pippin 

Marion — Engineering 
Robert William Potokar 

Cicero — Engineering Technology 
John William Riopell 

Pekin — Industrial Technology 
James Ray Roberts 

Pinckneyville — Engineering 
Technology 

Donald William Rupert 
Beardstown — Industrial 
Technology 
George Henry Ryer 
York, Pennsylvania — 
Engineering Technology 
Darrel Lavern Schneider 
Metropolis — Engineering 
Technology 

Steven Samuel Schneiderman 

Evanston — Engineering 
Gary Wayne Schulz 

Alton — Engineering Technology 
Michael Loren Smith 

West Frankfort — Engineering 
Technology 



Jack D. Smothers 

Marion — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Joseph Eugene Spahn 
Canton — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
William Girard Stonich 

Joliet — Engineering Technology 
Bobbie Dean Swetland 
Marion — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Gelaye Tesfaye 

Washington, D. C. — Technical 
and Industrial Education 
Rex Blake Travelstead 
Marion — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Michael Dean Upton 

Marion — Industrial Technology 
Robert L. Voruz 

Carbondale — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Roger B. Vronch 

Rockford — Engineering 
Technology 

William Robert Wagner 
Creve Coeur — Industrial 
Technology 
Dan W. Walthes 

Mascoutah — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Donald Gene Ward 

East St. Louis — Technical and 
Industrial Education 
Thomas A. Warning 

Quincy — Engineering Technology 
Donald Weisgerber 

Harvey — Industrial Technology 

Harry Ford Williford, Jr. 
Carbondale — Industrial 
Technology 

John R. Winings 

Urbana — Technical and 
Industrial Education 

Robert William Wise 

Cairo — Technical and Industrial 
Education 



DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN 



Harry F. W. Perk, Chairman 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Anthony James Audo 
Gillespie — Design 

Alan L. Balchis 
Chicago — D esign 

W. Larry Busch 

Champaign — Design 



Selwyn Phillip Goldstein 

Carbondale — Special Major in 
Environmental Design 

Richard Dean Greenwood 
Carbondale — Design 

Stephen Brook Ketner 
Jacksonville — Design 



Jon Scott Pohl 
Chicago — Design 

William Henry Small 
Chicago — Design 

Gary Kent Taylor 
Chicago — Design 



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Candidates for the Associate Degree 

DIVISION OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 

Ernest J. Simon, Dean 
Marvin Hill, Marshal 

ASSOCIATE IN ART 



Elizabeth Jones Aspell 

Murphysboro — Commercial Art 



Russell Franklin Bartmes 

Deerfield — Correction and Law 
Enforcement 



Kathleen Jo Skinner 
Elmwood — Dental Hygiene 



ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS 



Karen S. Beaty 

Stonington — Cooperative 
Retailing 

Cindy L. Bonnell 

Kankakee — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Richard P. Brenner 

Macomb — Cooperative Retailing 
David Robert Brown 

Carlinville — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Terry Ann Cerny 

McHenry — Cooperative Retailing 
Willa Sue Eagleson * 

Olney — Executive Secretarial 
Marcia Jean Frankenberry 

Wonder Lake — Accounting 
Timothy Neal Halbrook 

Tower Hill — Accounting 
W. Kent Hall 

Pana — Cooperative Retailing 
Kent W. Howell 

Blue Mound — Cooperative 
Retailing 



Carol Ann Hughes 

Makanda — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Marsha May Kleinert 

St. Anne — Executive Secretarial 
Virginia Dee Landes 

Paris — Executive Secretarial 
Sarah Katherine Mack 

Batavia — Cooperative Retailing 
Judith Faye McAfee 

Shipman — Cooperative Retailing 
Pamela Sharon Palicki 

Itasca — Cooperative Retailing 
Mary Carol Roat 

Kankakee — Executive 
Secretarial 
Margaret Lai-Won Shiu 

Chicago — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Sally Jo Snyder 

Kankakee — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Tony L. Starkey 

Effingham — Cooperative 
Retailing 



Roger Anthony Thomas 
Maywood — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Patricia Ann Tomlinson 

Springfield — Electronic Data 
Processing 
John Wesley Veach 

Herrin — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Dale Charles Werling 
Waterloo — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Kathy Lynn Whitlow 

Libertyville — Cooperative 
Retailing 
Larry J. Wiggs 

Sparta — Cooperative Retailing 

Darla Dea Wilson 

Dowell — Electronic Data 
Processing 
Sandra Kay Wilson 

Kankakee — Cooperative 
Retailing 



ASSOCIATE IN TECHNOLOGY 



Larry Paul Brighton * 

Monticello — Mortuary Science 
Donald J. Brown 

Litchfield — Mortuary Science 
Eric Carter Campagna 

Godfrey — Mortuary Science 
Brett James Chapman 

Joliet — Aviation Technology 
Larry Dee Christy 

Zeigler — Aviation Technology 

Shirley Joann Clayton 

Marion — Mortuary Science 



Ronald Gene Egolf 
Claytonville — Aviation 
Technology 

James Howard Erickson 
Carbondale — Electronics 
Technology 

Larry Joe Ervin * 

Carbondale — Dental Laboratory 
Technology 

Gregory J. Fluger 

Addison — Architectural 
Technology 

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Richard E. Garrett 

Areola — Mortuary Science 

John M. Herbst 

Carbondale — Aviation 
Technology 

Carl G. Hillman 

Pana — Electronic Data 
Processing 

Clifford Jackson 

Chicago — Printing Technology 

Paul Dean Janssen 

Highland — Mortuary Science 



Alexander Joseph Kaczmarski, Jr. 

Chicago — Mortuary Science 
Bruce Michael Leathern 

Bensenville — Mortuary Science 
Dwight E. Lemasters 

Marion — Mortuary Science 
William Samuel Lucas 

Paris — Mortuary Science 
Gerald R. Matuszewski 

Rockford — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Lawrence Tomasz Matuszewski 

Rockford — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Gary Edward Obrokta 

Wildwood — Aviation Technology 



Gregory Louis Ozment 

Belleville — Mortuary Science 
Donald H. Parish, Jr. 

Godfrey — Mortuary Science 
Ivan Rattler 

Jacksonville — Machine Drafting 
and Design Technology 
Edward Rudolph Roth 

Chester — Architectural 
Technology 
Edward Jay Schertz 

Lowpoint — Aviation Technology 
Joseph Eugene Spahn 

Canton — Machine Tool 
Technology 



Arthur Edward Stafford 

Plainfield — Aviation Technology 
Larry L. Talbert 

Onarga — Automotive Technology 
Rex Blake Travelstead 

Marion — Aviation Technology 
Jack Glen Wendell 

Willisville — Mortuary Science 
Steven Frank Westerfield 

Monmouth — Aviation 
Technology 
William Lee Wilson 

Ava — Mortuary Science 



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Candidates for Appointment as Second Lieutenant 
United States Army Medical Specialist Corps 



Mr. James F. Kehrer — AMSC 

(Major in Institution Management) 

Miss Grace A. Selle, AMSC 
(Major in Dietetics) 



Candidates for Appointment as Second Lieutenant 
in the United States Air Force 



John R. Davis 

Alan L. Johnson 

Joseph A. Stokes 

Gordon L. VonQualen 



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Faculty Retiring, 1970-1971 

TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF SERVICE 

Martin J. Arvin 
Professor of Physics and Astronomy 

TWENTY-TWO YEARS OF SERVICE 

Amos Black 
Professor of Mathematics 

EIGHT YEARS OF SERVICE 

Roselyn Black 
Instructor in English 

FIFTEEN YEARS OF SERVICE 

Jason J. Collins 
Assistant Professor in Vocational-Technical Institute 

EIGHTEEN YEARS OF SERVICE 

B. Elizabeth McKay 
Associate Professor of Special Education 

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE 

Anna K. Neufeld 
Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 

NINETEEN YEARS OF SERVICE 

Clarence D. Samford 
Professor of Secondary Education 

TWELVE YEARS OF SERVICE 

Mabel Schwartz 
Instructor in English 

TWENTY-NINE YEARS OF SERVICE 

Burnett H. Shryock 
Professor and Dean of the School of Fine Arts 

TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE 

Ernest J. Simon 
Professor and Dean of Technical and Adult Education 

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TWENTY-TWO YEARS OF SERVICE 

Edna S. Travis 
Instructor in English 

THIRTEEN YEARS OF SERVICE 

Muriel West 
Assistant Professor of English 



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Necrology 



Robert A. Allen 

Assistant Professor in the Vocational-Technical Institute 
September 13, 1969 

John W. Allen 

Instructor (Emeritus) in the University News Service 
August 29, 1969 

Harold E. Briggs 

Professor (Emeritus) of History 
April 24, 1970 

Herman M. Haag 

Professor of Agricultural Industries 
June 4, 1970 

Roy Vail Jordan 

Assistant Professor (Emeritus) in the Morris Library 
December 27, 1969 

Whitney King 

Instructor in Physics and Astronomy 
July 5, 1970 

Katherine Lackey 

Community Consultant in Community Development Services 
September 30, 1969 

Jack M. Morris 

Instructor of English 
December 31, 1969 

Marjorie Shank 

Associate Professor (Emerita) of Geography 
December 28, 1969 

Joseph F. Zaleski 

Assistant Professor and Assistant Dean of Students 
March 10, 1970 



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Marshals 

PLATFORM MARSHALS 

Patricia E. Reynolds * James A. Flummer 



Wilbur C. McDaniel, Chairman 
Walter J. Wills 
Marvin P. Hill 



CONVOCATIONS COMMITTEE 

Wesley K. Morgan 

I. P. Brackett 

Jean Stehr 



Robert McGrath 

Robert Odaniell 

Buren Robbins 



Members of Angel Flight and Arnold Air Society 



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Academic Attire 



All candidates for degrees and those who hold 
these degrees, including University officials and 
faculty and visiting dignitaries, are attired in tradi- 
tional cap and gown. Representatives of American 
universities met in 1895 and agreed upon a standard 
style of academic attire for the various degrees. 
This Intercollegiate Code, revised in 1932 and again 
in 1959, is followed today by all American colleges 
and universities except for a few schools which con- 
tinue to use the styles of England. 

CAPS 

Candidates for degrees wear the regulation black 
mortarboard cap with tassel appropriate to the 
school or division from which they are being grad- 
uated, with the exception of those who already hold 
doctor's degrees, who are privileged to wear gold 
tassels. 

The authorized list of tassels follows: 
Baccalaureate and Associate Degrees 

Education — Light Blue 

Liberal Arts — White 

Agriculture — Maize 

Business — Sapphire Blue 

Communications — Blue 

Fine Arts — Brown 

Music — Pink 

Music Education — Light Blue 

Home Economics — Maroon 

Technology — Orange 

Nursing — Apricot 

VTI-Technology — Orange 

VTI-Business — Sapphire Blue 

VTI-Art— White 
Master's Degrees 

All fields— Black 
Doctor of Philosophy — Gold 

GOWNS 

The bachelor's gown has a closed front and long, 
pointed, open sleeves. The master's gown has either 
an open or closed front with extremely long, closed 
sleeves, open at the wrist; the end of the oblong 
sleeve is square, with an arc of a circle cut away 
just above the bottom. The doctor's gown may be 
worn open or closed. It has voluminous bell-shaped 
sleeves on which appear three velvet bars (usually 
black, but sometimes in the color of the subject 
area) . 

HOODS 

The master's hood is three and one-half feet long 
with a three-inch-wide velvet edging of the ap- 
propriate color. 

The colors for those master's degrees granted by 
Southern Illinois University are: 

Master of Arts — White 

Master of Business Administration — 
Sapphire Blue 



Master of Fine Arts — Brown 

Master of Music — Pink 

Master of Music Education — Pink 

Master of Science — Gold 

Master of Science in Education — Gold 

The lining is in color or colors of the institution 
granting the degree. 

The doctor's hood is easily recognized by a four- 
inch width of velvet edging, the wide panels at 
either side, the greater length, and the full exposure 
of the lining. The colors of the edging most fre- 
quently seen are blue for philosophy, light blue for 
education, green for medicine, purple for laws, 
yellow for science and white for arts and letters. 
The colors of the lining are those of the school 
from which the degree is granted. 

Below are listed a few schools and their colors 
from which faculty appearing in the academic 
procession have received degrees: 
University of Alabama — Crimson and White 
Arizona State University — Maroon and Gold 
University of Arizona — National Red and Blue 
University of Arkansas — Cardinal and White 
Auburn University — Burnt Orange, Royal Blue 
Boston University — Scarlet and White 
Bradley University — Red and White 
Brandeis University — Wedgewood Blue 
Bryn Mawr — Old Gold and White 
University of California — Gold and Yale Blue 
California Institute of Technology — Orange and 

White 
Carnegie Institute of Technology — Carnegie Tartan 
University of Chicago — Maroon 
University of Cincinnati — Red and Black 
Clark University — White and Emerald Green 
Colorado School of Mines — Light Navy and Silver 

Gray 
Colorado State College of Education — Old Gold 

and Purple 
Colorado State University — Pumpkin Yellow and 

Alfalfa Green 
University of Colorado — Gold and Silver Gray 
Columbia University — Light Blue and White 
University of Connecticut — National Flag Blue and 

White 
Cornell University — Carnelian and White 
University of Delaware — Blue and Golden Yellow 
University of Denver — Crimson and Gold 
Duke University — Yale Blue and White 
Emory University — Blue and Gold 
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy — Brown and 

Blue 
Florida State University — Garnet and Gold 
University of Florida — Orange and Blue 
George Peabody College for Teachers — Garnet and 

Turquoise 
George Washington University — Dark Blue and 

Buff 
Harvard University — Crimson 



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University of Houston — Red and White 
University of Illinois — Navy Blue and Orange 
Illinois Institute of Technology — Scarlet and Silver 

Gray 
Indiana University — Crimson and Cream 
University of Iowa — Old Gold 
Iowa State University of Science and Technology — 

Old Gold and Cardinal 
The John Hopkins University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Kansas — Blue and White 
Kansas State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Yellow Gold and Crimson 
University of Kentucky — Blue and White 
Lehigh University — Brown and White 
Louisiana State University and Agriculture and 

Mechanical College — Purple and Gold 
University of Kentucky, Louisville — Cardinal 
Loyola University (Chicago) — Maroon and Gold 
University of Maryland — Black and Old Gold 
University of Massachusetts — Maroon and White 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Cardinal 

and Silver Gray 
University of Miami — Orange, White, and Green 
University of Michigan — Maze and Azure Blue 
Michigan State University of Agriculture and Ap- 
plied Science — Green and White 
University of Minnesota — Old Gold and Maroon 
University of Missouri — Old Gold and Black 
Montana State University — Copper and Silver-Gold 
University of Nebraska — Scarlet and Cream 
University of New Mexico — Silver Gray and Cherry 

Red 
New York University — Violet 

North Carolina State University — Red and White 
University of North Carolina — Columbia Blue and 

White 
Northwestern University — Purple and Gold 
Notre Dame University — Old Gold and Royal Blue 
Ohio State University — Scarlet and Gray 
Oklahoma State University — Orange and Black 
University of Oklahoma — Crimson and Cream 
Oregon State University — Burnt Orange 
University of Oregon — Lemon and Emerald Green 
University of Pennsylvania — Red and Blue 
The Pennsylvania State University — Dark Blue and 

White 
University of Pittsburgh — Navy Blue and Gold 
Princeton University — Orange and Black 
Purdue University — Black and Old Gold 
University of Rochester — Dandelion Yellow 
Rutgers University — Scarlet 
Saint Louis University — White and Yale Blue 
University of South Dakota — Red 
University of Southern California — Gold and Cardi- 
nal 



Southern Illinois University — Maroon and White 
Stanford University — Cardinal 
Syracuse University — Orange 
Temple University — White and Cherry 
Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University- 
Maroon and White 
Texas Technical College — Scarlet and Black 
Texas Woman's University — Olive Green and Light 

Blue 
University of Utah — Red and White 
University of Virginia — Navy Blue and Orange 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute — Orange and Maroon 
Washington State University — Crimson and Silver 

Gray 
Washington University — Green and Red 
University of Washington — Purple and Gold 
Wayne State University — Forest Green and Old 

Gold 
West Virginia University — Old Gold and Navy Blue 
Western Reserve University — White and Scarlet 
University of Wisconsin — Cardinal 
University of Wyoming — Brown and Yellow 
Yale University — Yale Blue 

Universities outside the United States from which 
faculty members have received doctor's degrees: 

Allahabad University 

Budapest University 

Interamerican University, Mexico 

Ludvig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany 

National University of Mexico 

Oxford University 

Patna University 

Philips University of Marburg, Germany 

Stephen Tisza, Hungary 

University of Amsterdam 

University of Barcelona 

University of Bern 

University of Bombay 

University of Delhi 

University of Free Ukraine, Munich, Germany 

University of Freiburg 

University of Glasgow 

University of Goettingen 

University of Havana 

University of Liverpool 

University of Madrid 

University of Munich 

University of Natal 

University of Nottingham 

University of Oslo 

University of Paris 

University of Vienna 



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Commencement 

Southern Illinois 
University at Carbondale 



June 11, 1971 



OBJECTIVES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



TO EXALT BEAUTY 

In God, 

in nature, and 
in art; 
Teaching how to love the best 

but to keep the human touch; 

TO ADVANCE LEARNING 

In all lines of truth 

wherever they may lead, 
Showing how to think 

rather than what to think, 
Assisting the powers 

of the mind 
In their self-development; 

TO FORWARD IDEAS AND IDEALS 

In our democracy, 
Inspiring respect for others 

as for ourselves, 
Ever promoting freedom 

with responsibility; 

TO BECOME A CENTER OF ORDER AND LIGHT 

That knowledge may lead 

to understanding 
And understanding 

to wisdom. 



Commencement 

June 11, 1971 



Board of Trustees 



Southern Illinois University operates under the jurisdiction of a Board of Trustees created by a 
Charter granted by the Illinois General Assembly. The Board consists of seven members appointed by 
the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Instruction who serves as an ex officio member. Mem- 
bers are appointed for terms of six years. 

Mr. Harold R. Fischer, Chairman Granite City 

Mr. Ivan A. Elliott, Jr., Vice-Chairman Carmi 

Dr. Martin V. Brown, Secretary Carbondale 

Mr. William W. Allen Normal 

Mr. Edwin C. Berry Chicago 

Mr. Harris Rowe Jacksonville 

Dr. Earl E. Walker Harrisburg 

Honorable Michael J. Bakalis (Ex-officio), Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 



University Administrative Council 

Dr. Clarence W. Stephens, Chairman 

Dr. I. P. Brackett, System Vice-President 

Dr. Ralph W. Ruffner, System Vice-President 

Dr. Robert G. Layer, Chancellor, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale 

Dr. John S. Rendleman, Chancellor, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville 

Dr. James M. Brown (Ex-officio), Chief of Board Staff 



a 



The University 



southern Illinois university was established 
in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal University. 
The shortened name became official in 1947 by 
action of the state legislature. 

In 1874 the first building on the campus at 
Carbondale was completed, financed by state- 
appropriated funds and contributions from citi- 
zens of Jackson County. In the fall of that year, 
the first regular academic year for the school, 
150 students were enrolled. The student popula- 
tion has increased steadily and now exceeds 
35,000. 

For some years after its establishment, the 
University operated as a two-year normal school. 
In 1907 it became a four-year, degree-granting 
institution, though continuing its two-year 
course until 1936. In 1943, after a vigorous cam- 
paign led by President Roscoe Pulliam, the state 
legislature changed the institution, which had 
been in theory exclusively a teacher-training 
school, into a university, thereby taking official 
recognition of the great demand in the area for 
diversified training. 

The action of the legislature led to establish- 
ing colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Vocations and Professions, offering 
the Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor 
of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Grad- 
uate work was instituted in 1943 and the Grad- 
uate School was formally established in 1948. At 
this time it was authorized to grant the Master 
of Arts and Master of Science degrees in addi- 
tion to the Master of Science in Education. In 
1952 the Master of Fine Arts degree was added 
to the list, the Doctor of Philosophy in 1955, and 
in 1956 the Master of Music and the Master of 
Music Education. 

The Divisions of Communications, Fine Arts, 
and Rural Studies were established in 1953, and 
in 1955 became the Schools of Communications, 
Fine Arts, and Agriculture, respectively. The 
College of Vocations and Professions was dis- 
solved, and a School of Business was created in 
1956. In 1957 the Department of Home Eco- 
nomics became the School of Home Economics. 
In 1959 the Department of Applied Science be- 
came the School of Applied Science, which was 
renamed in 1961 and in 1971 became the School 
of Engineering and Technology. Also in 1971, 



the College of Communications and Fine Arts 
was created by merging the Schools of Com- 
munications and Fine Arts. The School of Medi- 
cine, established in 1969, will offer its first classes 
in June, 1972. 

The growth of classes for adults and for those 
seeking technical training led to the establish- 
ment in 1953 of the Division of Technical and 
Adult Education, of which the Vocational-Tech- 
nical Institute is a part. The Department of 
Nursing was established in 1955; subsequently, 
it has been transferred to Edwardsville. 

The Community Development Institute was 
established in 1956. Labor, Latin American, and 
Rehabilitation Institutes were created in 1957, 
the Transportation Institute in 1960, and the 
Center for the Study of Crime, Delinquency, 
and Corrections in 1961. A Center for Viet- 
namese Studies and Programs was created in 
1969. The International Services Division ad- 
ministers adviser and teaching teams in eight 
areas of the world. 

In 1949 the Belleville Residence Center was 
established. Then, because of the growing de- 
mand for educational opportunities in the Madi- 
son-St. Clair counties area, the University estab- 
lished the Alton Residence Center and the East 
St. Louis Residence Center in 1957. In 1959 the 
Southwestern Illinois agencies were organized in- 
to a unit coordinate with the Carbondale Cam- 
pus and named the Edwardsville Campus. On a 
2,600-acre site near Edwardsville a new campus 
was constructed, with instruction beginning in 
1965. The Carbondale Campus and the Edwards- 
ville Campus were renamed in 1969 and are now 
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and 
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 

The presidents of the University have been 

Robert Allyn 1874-1892 

John Hull 1892-1893 

Harvey W. Everest 1893-1897 

Daniel B. Parkinson 1897-1913 

Henry W. Shryock 1913-1935 

Roscoe Pulliam 1935-1944 

Chester F. Lay 1944-1948 

Delyte W. Morris :;: 1948-1970 

* President Emeritus 1970- 



111 



Order of the Exercises 



PROCESSIONAL 



Psalm XIX Benedetto Marcello 



INVOCATION 



The Reverend John P. Meyer, B.A., B.D. 
Director of the Episcopal Foundation 



conferring of the honorary degree (Evening) 
Martin V. Brown, M.D. 

Secretary, Board of Trustees 

Presentation of Candidate 



Robert G. Layer, Ph.D. 

Chancellor 



conferring of advanced degrees 
Robert G. Layer, Ph.D. 

Chancellor 

Presentation of Candidates 



Willis E. Malone, Ph.D. 

Vice-Chancellor 



conferring of the baccalaureate and associate degrees 
Robert G. Layer, Ph.D. 
Chancellor 

Presentation of Candidates 



College of Communications and Fine Arts 

College of Education 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

School of Agriculture 

School of Business 

School of Engineering and Technology 

School of Home Economics 

Department of Design 

Vocational-Technical Institute 



Willis E. Malone, Ph.D. 

V ice-Chancellor 



presentation of faculty service awards (Afternoon) 



Robert G. Layer, Ph.D. 
Chancellor 



IV 



alma mater Clark Morgan-Daum 

benediction The Reverend John P. Meyer, B.A., B.D. 

Director of the Episcopal Foundation 

recessional Trumpet Voluntary in D. Major Henry Purcell 



The audience is asked to remain at their seats until the faculty and graduates have 

completed the recessional. 



Granting of Degrees 



This list contains the names of candidates for degrees, the granting of which is contingent upon the 
successful completion of all the requirements for the degree. 

One asterisk after name indicates candidate is being graduated with honors, two asterisks indicate 
high honors, and three asterisks indicate highest honors. Persons graduating with highest honors are 
awarded life memberships in the Alumni Association. 

Names of candidates in attendance will be read by professor isaac p. brackett. 

Organist Stephen Hamilton, School of Music 



VI 



Doctor of Humane Letters 



George S. Counts 



Born in 1889 in Baldwin, Kansas, George S. Counts has served the world of education for fifty- 
seven years. Beginning his career in the public schools of Kansas, he has taught at various univer- 
sities, including twenty-eight years at Teachers College, Columbia University, and since 1962 as 
Distinguished Visiting Professor at Southern Illinois University. In the field of Foundations of Edu- 
cation in general and in the specialty of Soviet Education in particular he has long been recognized 
nationally and internationally as one of the very greatest of scholars. 

He is a noted lecturer and writer. He is the author of twenty-nine books and hundreds of magazine 
articles. With his classical and social science background he writes with rare clarity and insight and 
is perhaps the most quoted living person in American education. He has written over a long period of 
time but his books are as relevant today as when they were written. His deep insight into the tech- 
nological world and its problems is reflected in his writings. 

He has taught thousands of students. Many of them have occupied high positions of leadership in 
the United States. Many of his students from other countries have held high positions in the min- 
istries of education, including the highest. His work has helped immeasurably to promote the cause 
of international education. 

He is not merely a professor. He has been active on the social scene. He was editor of The Social 
Frontier. He served as President of the American Federation of Teachers, as a leader in the Civil 
Liberties Union, as a member of the Commission on Motion Pictures in Education, as New York 
State Chairman of the American Labor Party, and as New York Chairman of the Liberal Party. It 
was during his tenure as President of the American Federation of Teachers that he led the fight in 
expelling Communist unions from the Federation. 

His honors include the Liberty and Justice Award from the American Library Association for his 
book, The Challenge of Soviet Education; membership in the Cleveland Conference; and membership 
in the National Academy of Education. His autobiography appears with ten other select and living 
educators in the current yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education. 

It is fortunate for Southern Illinois University that George S. Counts has been here during the past 
nine years. While here he has made major contributions in teaching and in research. His wise counsel 
has been invaluable in helping with doctoral dissertations. His name has been a factor in making the 
University better known and respected throughout the world. 



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Candidates for the Doctor's Degree 

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEARCH 

John M. H. Olmsted, Dean 

Walter E. Schmid, Marshal 

John Yopp, Assistant Marshal 

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 



Richard Louis Antes, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. 
Ohio University, 1959, 1960 
Education 

A Study of Freshmen Student Expectation and 
Satisfaction with the Privately Owned Off-Cam- 
pus Residence Hall Environment at Southern 
Illinois University 
Richard Lawrence Balkema, B.A., M.A. 
Western Michigan University, 1962, 1963 
Government 

The Role of the Standing Committee in the 
Michigan State Senate 

Melvin Clyde Barber III, B.S., M.S. 

Memphis State University (Tennessee) , 1958 
Peabody College (Tennessee), 1959 
Geography 

Change in the System of Central Places of the 
St. Francis Region 
Dale Hamlyn Besterfield, B.S. I.E., M.S. in Eng. 
Graphics 

Washington University (Missouri), 1953 
Illinois Institute of Technology, 1966 
Education 

The Effect of Social Reinforcement as a Feed- 
back Condition in Computer-Assisted Instruction 
Darrel E. Bostow, B.A., M.A. 

University of Cincinnati (Ohio), 1966 
Western Michigan University, 1968 
Education 

The Effect of Pop Quizzing vs. Daily Quizzing 
Schedules on Undergraduate Students' Studying 
Behavior 
Robert Thomas Chamberlain, B.A., M.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1965, 1967 
Physiology 

The Isolation and Characterization of Hexokinase 
from the Acanthocephalan Macracanthorhychus 
Hirudinaceus (Pallas, 1781) 
Leslie Lee Downing, B.S., M.A. 
University of Illinois, 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1968 
Psychology 

Optimal Responding in a Three Person Prisoner's 
Dilemma Game 



James M. Fargher, A.B. 

Hope College (Michigan), 1965 
Chemistry 

Spectral Properties of Substituted Triplet Phenyl 
Nitrenes 
Dominick Joseph Graziano, B.A., M.Ed. 
Cleveland State University (Ohio), 1952 
West Chester State College (Pennsylvania), 1965 
Education 

The Curriculum Director as an Evaluator 
Jefferson D. Henderson III, B.A., M.A. 
Arkansas State Teachers College, 1963 
Southern Illinois University, 1965 
English 

Death and Liffe: A Diplomatic Text, with Intro- 
duction, Notes, and an Index of Words 
Arthur M. Home, B.A.E., M.A.E. 
University of Florida, 1965, 1967 
Education 

A Comparative Study of Three Group Counsel- 
ing Techniques for Reducing Test Anxiety 
Ronald M. Hutkin, B.S., M.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963 
Bradley University (Illinois) 
Education 

The Community College Cooperative Internship 
Program: An Evaluation of the Internship Core 
Activities 
Carl Anthony Jennings, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Chemistry 

Part I A Comprehensive Study of Metalation 
and Competitive Metalation Reactions of Sub- 
stituted Anisoles Part II Hydrogen Bonding 
Studies of Alcohols by NMR Spectroscopy 
Margaret Jean Spraggins Kolich, B.S., M.S. 
University of Illinois, 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1969 
Physiology 

Gonadotropic-Like Response of Weanling Mice 
to Dietary Fat 
John F. G. Kowalzik, B.A., M.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 1963, 1964 
Speech 

A Cognitive-Linguistic Prototype for Speech 
Analysis 



IN ABSENTIA 



James C. Albrecht, B.A. in Ed., M.S. 

Western Washington College of Education, 1957 
Oregon State University, 1965 
Geography 

A Climatic Model of Agricultural Productivity 
in the Missouri River Basin 
Seliadi Jabulani Vilimo Beza, B.A., M.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 1966, 1967 
Government 

The Organization of African Unity and Rhodesia 
John M. Black, Jr., B.A., M.A. 

Sacramento State College (California), 1964 
Southern Illinois University, 1966 
Psychology 

The Marathon as an Adjunct to Ongoing Group 
Process 

Gary Raymond Coll, B.S.J., M.S. 
Ohio University, 1963, 1965 
Journalism 

Noah Webster: Journalist, 1783-1803 
Larry Valgene Gibbons, A.B., M.S. 

Washington University (Missouri), 1954 
Southern Illinois University, 1958 
Physiology 

Predictability in Man of Performance Degrada- 
tion by Selective, Non-Invasive Physiologic Re- 
sponses During Stress 



Gary Jon Hall, B.A., M.S. 

Central State College (Oklahoma), 1966 
Southern Illinois University, 1967 
Speech 

An Analysis of the Role and Function of Com- 
munication in the 1959 Prohibition Repeal Cam- 
paign in Oklahoma: Focal Point, Oklahoma 
County 

Marcus Lafayette Hickson III, B.S., M.A. 
Auburn University (Alabama) , 1966, 1968 
Speech 

A Systems Analysis of the Communication Adap- 
tation of a Community Action Agency 
Burton Phillip Koonsvitsky, B.S. 

Carnegie Institute of Technology (Pennsylvania), 
1965 
Chemistry 

A Study of Metalation Reactions Directed by 
Oxygen 



Specialist Degree 



Victoria Besalel Azrin, B.A., M.E.D. 

Boston University (Massachusetts), 1953, 1957 
Secondary Education 
Frank G. Blackman, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1955, 1958 
Educational Administration and Foundations 
Randel J. Blankenship, B.S. in Ed., MA. 
Arkansas State College, 1956 
Memphis State University (Tennessee), 1959 
Educational Administration and Foundations 



Ronald L. Case, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 

Nebraska State Teachers College, 1960 
University of Omaha (Nebraska), 1963 
Secondary Education 
Juanita Marie Crackel, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 1961, 1964 
Elementary Education 
Murlin A. Hawkins, B.S., M.A. 

Southeast Missouri State College, 1961 
University of Missouri, 1964 

Educational Administration and Foundations 



Candidates for the Master's Degree 

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEARCH 

John M. H. Olmsted, Dean 

Walter E. Schmid, Marshal 

John Yopp, Assistant Marshal 

MASTER OF ARTS 



Noraida Agosto Cintron, B.A. 
University of Puerto Rico, 1968 
English 
Concepcion Mejia Alas, Bach. 
University of Honduras 
Economics 
Corinne E. Anderson, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Spanish 
William Bruce Andresen, B.A. 
University of Minnesota, 1967 
Zoology 
Carol Rae Anthony, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— English 
Thomas Raymond Arriola, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Spanish 
Herbert Franklin Barber, B.A. 
University of Arizona, 1968 
Psychology 

Kenneth Bauder, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— English 
Barbara Larschan Bechdol, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Linguistics 
Larry D. Bechdol, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Spanish 
John Michael Bell, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— History 
Kenneth Joseph Blankemeyer, B.S. 
Xavier University (Ohio), 1968 
Philosophy 
Frances M. Bothwell, B.A. 

University of Puerto Rico, 1969 
English 



John J. Bozzola, Jr., B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Botany 
Lindell R. Bruce, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— English 
Donald Louis Cairl, B.A. 

North Texas State University, 
1968— Philosophy 
Nancy Nang-Sze Chau, B.A. 

Hong Kong Baptist College, 1969 
Sociology 
Philip HuiJio Cheng, B.A., M.A. 
National Chengchi University 
(Taiwan), 1960, 1963 
Journalism 
Peter Cole, A.B. 

Bard College (New York), 1962 
Linguistics 
Raymond Arnold Cox, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Chemistry 
Dennis L. Domayer, B.A. 

Buena Vista College (Iowa), 
1966— History 
Charles Glen Eveland, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Zoology 

A. Richard Farritor, B.A. 

University of Nebraska, 1966 
History 

Michael Alan Foley, B.A. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1969 
Philosophy 
Abraham Gabremariam, B.A. 
University College of Addis- 
Ababa (Ethiopia), 1958 
Government 



Frank Joseph Gripka, B.A. 
Our Lady of the Snows 

Scholasticate (Mississippi), 
1956 — Psychology 
Richard David Grossberg, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Zoology 
William Gene Hedges, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Government 
Robert Russell Henderson, B.A. 
Carroll College (Wisconsin) , 
1969— English 
Frances Ann Hinofotis, B.A. 
Austin Peay State University 
(Tennessee), 1966 
Linguistics 

William Robert Iseminger, B.A. 
University of Oklahoma, 1967 
Anthropology 

Evelyn A. Jez, B.A. 

College of Our Lady of the Elms, 
(Mass.), 1968— English 
Athanasios Katsaras, Diploma 
University of Thessaloniki 

(Greece), 1963 — Mathematics 

Catherine Ann Kendrigan, B.A. 
Barat College of the Sacred 
Heart (Illinois), 1969 
French 
Jane Gordon Keyes, A.B. 

Antioch College (Ohio), 1964 
Sociology 



Michael Louis Austin, B.A. 

Mount Carmel College (Ontario, 
Canada), 1966 — English 
Arthur Horst Baisch, B.S. in Ed. 
Concordia Teachers College 
(Illinois), 1963— German 
Mary M. Banbury, A.B. 

University of South Dakota, 1968 
English 



IN ABSENTIA 

Raymond S. Birdwell, B.A. 
University of Texas at Austin, 
1968— English 
Kiat Chaiphiphat, B. of Pol. Sci. 
Chuloongkorn University 

(Thailand), 1969— Government 
James J. Coleman, Jr., B.A. 
St. John Fisher College (New 
York), 1969— English 



Mary Jean Conour, A.B. 
University of Illinois, 1966 
French 
Jeremiah Kinsella Durick, A.B. 
St. Michaels College (Vermont), 
1969— English 
Mark A. Ginsberg, B.S. 

City College of New York, 1966 
Psychology 



Arvid Hammers, B.A. 

University of Illinois, 1965 
Government 
Terry Lee Handley, B.A. 

Anderson College (Indiana), 
1968— English 
Elizabeth Harding, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968— History 
Harrington Hazel, B.A. 
Mankato State College 
(Minnesota), 1968 
Inter-American Studies 



Gerald Henry Heisler, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1968 
Psychology 
Christopher David Jensen, A.B. 
Spring Hill College (Alabama). 
1969— English 
William Raymond Johnson, B.A. i 
Pol. Sci., Hamline University 
(Minnesota), 1969 
Government 



Mark Keith Jones, B.A. 

Alma College (Michigan), 1969 
History 
Marta Vasquez Knapp, B.A. 

Beloit College (Wisconsin) , 1968 
French 
Marc Edward Kross, B.S. 

Cornell University (New York), 
1969— Physiology 



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Larry L. Gray, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Business Administration 



Richard Daryl Heil, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Business Administration 



Kitti Boonphoapichart, B.S. in 
Com., B.S. in Bus. Adm. 
Thammasat University 
(Thailand), 1963, 1964 
Business Administration 
Daniel Gene Briner, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Business Administration 



IN ABSENTIA 

Garrett Lee Deakin, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Business Administration 
David E. Heal, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Business Administration 



Charles Waldo Jones, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1951 — Business Administration 
Gary A. Knoche, B.A. 

Oakland University (Michigan), 
1969 — Business Administration 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 



Ruth Kaufman Kantorowicz 
Bauman, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970— Art 



Fredda J. Burton, B.A. 

Washington State University, 
1964— Art 
Eric F. Castle, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Art 



Richard Anton Drabik, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Art 



IN ABSENTIA 

Robert James Evans, B.S. in Ed. 
Northeast Missouri State 
College, 1967— A rt 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



Donna May Arnold, B.Mus. 
University of Wisconsin, 1969 
Music 

IN ABSENTIA 

Richard Wendell Bowie, B.S. 
The Defiance College (Ohio) , 
1969— Music 



MASTER OF MUSIC EDUCATION 



Mona Lindauer Irey, B.Mus. 
Western Michigan University, 
1969— Music 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



William L. Agin, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Home Economics 
Peter Ning Au. B.S. 

National Taiwan University, 
1969 — Forestry 

Nancy Carol Baize, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Journalism 
Robert Allen Balagna, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Computer Science 
Roland L. Barkow, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970— Plant Industries 
Robert William Bierer, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970— Forestry 
Oral Thomas Booker III, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1958 
Agricultural Industries 
Joseph Kirk Bosse, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Business 
Carla Apple Cook, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Home Economics 
Jeanne Ann Cordum, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Home Economics 
Willard J. Duensing, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Engineering 



Donald Joseph Farrell, B.A. 

Western Illinois University, 1968 
Speech 
Paul Frangoulis, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Engineering 
Mary Helen Gasser, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1958 — Community 
Development 
David Leroy Godke, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Plant Industries 
Stanley Elbert Greatline, B.S. 
University of Evansville 

(Indiana), 1962 — Engineering 
G. William Griffel, Jr., B.S. 

Western Illinois University, 1970 
Animal Industries 
Herbert Houston Grout, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970— Speech 
Thomas James Habecker, B.A. 
State University of New York, 
1970— Theater 
Frederick K. Harrison, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
Diana Sharon Hill, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 



Milton Edward Hill, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Community 
Development 
Pingtong Ho. B.S. 

Taiwan Provincial Chung-Hsing 
University, 1967 — Agricultural 
Industries 
John Hubert Holmes, B.S. 
Southern Illinois Universitv, 
1970— Speech 
Richard A. Hoskins, A.B. 

Augustana College (Illinois), 
1963 — Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Diana Lynn Hughes, B.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1969 
Speech 
Dennis Lloyd Immel, B.S. 
Southern Illinois LTniversity, 
1965— Theater 
Hobart C. Jackson, Jr., B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967— Design 

Harold E. Johnson, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Forestry 
Arthur J. Kaul, B.A. 

Central Methodist College 

(Missouri), 1968 — Journalism 



Richard Donald Acuff, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Engineering 

John B. Anthony, B.A. 

LTniversity of Connecticut, 1967 
Zoology 
Richard Dale Beck, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Plant Industries 
John Robert Bennett, B.S. 

Colorado State University, 1968 
Sociology 
Charles William Body, Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Agricultural Industries 
Alan Claypool Caldwell, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1963 
Business 
Charles Kenneth Celmer, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Forestry 



IN ABSENTIA 

Kimberly M. Cheng, B.S. 
Tennessee Technological 
University, 1969 — Animal 
Industries 
Kenneth N. Cissna, A.B. 
Humboldt State College 
(California) , 1970— Speech 
Gary T. Cottle, B.A. 

Idaho State University, 1969 
Speech 
Michael Philip Drumsta, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968— Speech 
Richard Edwin Ellison, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Physiology 
George Edward Evans, B.A. 
Baylor University (Texas), 
1967 — Rehabilitation 
Counseling 
John Charles Forman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Animal Industries 



Dennis D. Foss, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Forestry 
Louis Freitag, B.A. 

Iowa Wesleyan College, 1953 
Forestry 
Thomas G. Gifford, B.S. in Ed. 
Northern Illinois University, 
1966 — Physiology 
Tjong Lee Go, B.S., M.S. in Chem. 
Tech., Institute of Technology 
(Indonesia), 1952, 1957 
Engineering 
Clifford Alan Hickman, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Economics 
Nazir Mohammad Kazi, B.A., 
M.A., University of Dacca 

(Pakistan), 1969 — Economics 
Allan Hoiles Keith, Jr., B.S. 

Eastern Illinois University, 1963 
Journalism 



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 



Gene Alan Alexander, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secondary Education 

Sue Ellen Anderson, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1970— Early Childhood 
Education 
Virginia Arraez Guevara, Dip. of 
Ed., Pedagogical Institute 

(Venezuela), 1969 — Secondary 
Education 
Raymond Samuel Baker, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Higher Education 
Mozell Barnes, B.A. 

AM&N College (Arkansas), 1969 
Elementary Education 
Dale Neely Bevel, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Technical and Industrial 
Education 
Arthur A. Black, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Educational 
Administration and 
Foundations 
Jerry Blackman, Sr., B.S. 

Tennessee State University, 1969 
Early Childhood Education 
Gerald L. Boehmer, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1966 — Recreation and Physical 
Education for Men 
Judith Gail Carpenter Brazle, B.S. 
University of Illinois, 1965 
Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Cheryl Jo Brudi, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969— Art 
Flossie Harrell Buckley, B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1961 — Special Education 
Winona Williams Burns, B.S. 
Grambling College (Louisiana) 
Art 

Henry Tommie Cardwell, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 

Judith L. Carter, B.S. 

St. Louis University (Missouri), 
1958 — Secondary Education 

Nancy Teel Croessmann, A.B. 
MacMurray College (Illinois), 
1969— Early Childhood 
Education 

Thomas Buckley Crone, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Technical and 
Industrial Education 



Joyce Jordan Davis, A.B. 

Agricultural, Mechanical and 
Normal College (Arkansas), 
1969 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 
Jewel DeWeese, B.Ed. 

Illinois State University, 1941 
Elementary Education 
Warren Travis Dodson, B.A. 
Agricultural, Mechanical and 
Normal College (Arkansas), 
1968 — Guidance and 

Educational Psychology 
Myrna Gale Dooley, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Secretarial and Business 
Education 
Nguyen Due Due, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Higher Education 
Marsha Ann Duncan, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Higher Education 
Mary Ann Beuerlein Edberg, B.S. 
in Ed., Southwest Missouri State 
College, 1968— Physical 
Education for Women 

Lela Ewell, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Special Education 
Charles Sidney Fields, Jr., B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Recreation 

Joan B. Floyd, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1967 — Guidance and 
Educational Psychology 

Phyllis E. Folarin, B.A. 

Wilberforce University (Ohio) , 
1969 — Elementary Education 

Stephen L. Foster, B.A. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Instructional Materials 

Sharon Lynn Gale, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1969 — Special Education 

Alexander Harrison Garnett, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1968 — Recreation 

Eunice Coleman Garrett, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1966 — Elementary Education 

Peter Barton Gifford, B.S. 
Springfield College 

(Massachusetts), 1967 
Physical Education for Men 

William Butler Gile, Jr., B.S. in 
Ed., Southern Illinois University, 
1965 — Secondary Education 

Albert John Haake, B.S. 

Southern Illinois University, 
1970 — Secondary Education 



Earl L. Halbrook, B.S. in Ed. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1964 — Secondary Education 
Glorianne Kaskie Hall, B.S. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Elementary Education 
Kyran Louise Hanagan, B.A. 
Southern Illinois University, 
1962 — Secondary Education 

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