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The Grizzly 



Butler County Community College 

El Dorado, Kansas 
1976 




Contents 



Administration p. 10 

Faculty p. 16 

Sophomores p. 40 

Freshmen p. 50 

Athletics p. 64 

Organizations p. 82 



'These species are quite fascinating' 




"Good Day", ladies and gentlemen. 

My stay here has led to some startling 
discoveries concerning the curiously 
strange wild life that inhabits the cam- 
pus of this college. 
To study more effectively the students 
of this fine institution, I divided them 
into three separate classes: the ATHLE- 
TICUS CLODUS, the PARTIUS SOCIA- 
LIUS, and the BRAINIUS BRAINIUS. 

The Athleticus Clodus and the Par- 
tius Socialius usually commune with 
each other quite freely. One of the 
prime spots for observing this is the 
Student Union. It contains the recrea- 
tional activities and refreshments for 
the students after a hard day of fighting 
off dangerous teachers (Dangerius Tea- 
cherius). Here we see different species 
grazing together, looking for a prime 
spot in front of the T.V. 

in the Snack Bar the species feed 
when hungry and fight out differences 
in a fast-paced game of Foosball or 
pool. 

The Brainius Brainius is a totally dif- 
ferent matter. To find this elusive and 
shy creature we must set up a carefully 
concealed observation point in the Li- 
brary. Here the creature quietly min- 
gles with the nosier species, but can 
easily be identified by the fact he stud- 
ies. 



The Administration brought in the 

world renowned psycho-zoologist, 

Dr. Hillary Maelstrom, to study the "wild 

life" of Butler County Community 

College for the past year. His report 

was fascinating but to tell 

you about it, here is Dr. Maelstrom: 



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President Edwin J. Walbourn 



Edwin J. Walbourn, President of Butler County Com- 
munity College, resigned at the end of the fall semester 
to become executive director of the Kansas Association 
of Community Colleges. 

Mr. Walbourn has been involved in the growth of the 
college since he came to the campus in 1952 as an 
instructor. At that time the school had an enrollment of 
265 compared to over 1400 this year. He began his work 
in the administrative branch in 1959 when he succeeded 
the dean to become acting dean of the then El Dorado 



Junior College. He remained in that position until 1963 
when he was named the first president of the new coun- 
ty college. 

Mr. Walbourn was instrumental in the action that 
helped make El Dorado Junior College the first county 
college in the state. In his new capacity, Mr. Walbourn 



will continue to be closely allied with the progress of the 
college. 

Because of his long devoted service to BCCC, and for 
his special interest in and understanding of journalism, 
the staff of the 1976 Grizzly wishes to dedicate this 
yearbook to President Edwin J. Walbourn. 





Dr. Carl L. Heinrich was appointed president of the college in 
February after a month of holding the title of acting president. 
He succeeded Edwin J. Walbourn who resigned in December 
to become executive director of Kansas Association of Com- 
munity Colleges. 

Dr. Heinrich began his teaching career in Great Bend in 1958. 
From Great Bend he went to Topeka to become Guidance 
Consultant with the Kansas State Department of Public Instruc- 
tion. From 1963 to 1970 he was director of the Community 
Junior College and College Accreditation Section. He then 
became Director of Community College Education, Emporia 
Kansas State College until 1974, when he became Vice-Presi- 
dent of Butler County Community College. As Vice-President 
Dr. Heinrich was responsible for develping the highly success- 
ful Outreach program. 

He was graduated from Kansas State University with a B.S. 
degree, and he received his M.S. degree from Emporia Kansas 
State College. Dr. Heinrich earned his Ed. D. degree from the 
University of Kansas. 

Dr. Heinrich is married and the father of four sons. He and his 
family reside in Augusta. 

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Administrative duties 
vary with position 

Administration duties of various nature are car- 
ried on by a staff of administrators who are direct- 
ly responsible to the president of the college. 

Ron Wilson is Dean of Instruction. His responsi- 
bility is to oversee and direct all curriculum of- 
fered at the college. He is also the director of all 
faculty personnel. 

William Cummins as Dean of Students directs all 
student activities both curricular and social. He is 
also the administrator of the dormitory on the 
campus. 

Steve Lightle is Vice President — Financial Af- 
fairs. He is in charge of all monies, incoming and 
outgoing. 

Leonard McKinney as Registrar oversees the 
admissions and transcripts of every student on the 
campus. He is also Director of Research. 

Davis R. "Nubs" Nelson is superintendent of 
Buildings and Grounds. 

Ted Wischropp was named to a newly created 
administrative post second semester by the new 
president, Carl Heinrich. He is director of the 
Outreach program. 




Financial Director, Steve Lightle 




Dean Ron Wilson 



Registrar, Leonard McKinney 



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Edward R. Jones 




Ralph Unger 




E. F. Adams 



Voters choose trustees 



Setting policy for the college is the 
primary concern of the members of 
the Board of Trustees of BCCC. 

Other matters with which the 
Board is concerned include the hir- 
ing and dismissal of administrators 
and faculty members. The Board 
makes decisions about physical im- 
provements and major purchases for 
the campus. 



The Board members are responsi- 
ble to the taxpayers of Butler county 
for the expenditures of their tax dol- 
lars for whatever purpose. 

The six members are elected by 
the voters of the county. Board of 
Trustees members are Edward R. 
Jones (chairman), Dr. G. E. Kasse- 
baum, E. F. Adams, James D. Hittle, 
Ralph Unger, and Wayne Livingston. 














Wayne Livingston 



James D. Hittle 



Dr. G. E. Kassebaum 



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Secretaries, staff 
important adjunct 

Secretaries and staff members play an important role in 
the day to day operation of the college. Pictured (This 
Page) are (1) Barbara Coonrod, secretary, Dean of In- 
struction; (2) Pat Place, secretary, Dean of Students; (3) 
Joyce Biggs, receptionist and PBX operator; (4) Rose- 
mary Kelly, Library assistant; (5) Nancy Collins, secre- 
tary, Athletic Office; (6) Gladys Snodgrass, secretary, 
Registrar's Office. (Facing Page) (1) Glenda Harmon, 
secretary, Counseling Center; (2) Wanda Dillmon, sec- 
retary, President; (3) Sara Cummings, bookstore man- 
ager; (4) Anna Staats, secretary, Nursing Office; (5) Jean 
Ann Darnnell, secretary, Financial Office; (6) Marie 
Waltman, Library Assistant. 




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Not pictured are Mary Louise 
Stebbins, secretary — instruc- 
tor, Adult Education; Dorothy 
Shaw, financial secretary, Busi- 
ness Office; Kim Pratt, secre- 
tary, Registrar's Office; Ramona 
Murry, data processing opera- 
tor; Emma Leonard, machine 
operator. 



Crew cares 
for campus 

The Maintenance Department has 
a 24 hour job keeping the buildings 
and grounds and vehicles operation- 
al at ali times. In addition to the full 
time crew, a number of students 
work part time. 

Photo Right, "Nubs" Nelson, su- 
perintendent of buildings and 
grounds, inspects a stalled auto. 
Center Photo, Repair crew have a 
look at the roof. Bottom Row, Left 
To Right, Duane Dauber, mechanic 
and plumber; "Doc" Williams, elec- 
trician; Herman Tisch, custodian; 
Bob Ray, custodian. Not pictured are 
Roy Seymour, coordinator of custo- 
dial services; Dennis Zuercher, coor- 
dinator of campus grounds; Jose Pin- 
ales, custodian; Charles Pennington, 
carpenter. 







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THE LANGUAGE ARTS and Literature Division and 
the Library consist of classes in composition, British 
and American literature, composition, speech, and 
the Library. (1) Hugh Richardson, librarian and visual 
aids; (2) Betty Prohodsky, English; (3) Don Toburen, 
division chairman, speech and English; (4) Felix Ad- 
ams, English; (5) library scene; (6) Bill Bid well, jour- 
nalism, Lantern adviser; (7) Jo Ann Rogers, English, 
Grizzly adviser; (8) Ted Wischropp, Spanish and 
"Outreach" coordinator; (9) David Longfellow, Eng- 
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Business dept. big 



THE BUSINESS DIVISION is made up of five sec- 
tions including office education, marketing, ac- 
counting, data processing and business adminis- 
tration. (1) Ronald Seager, office education and 
Howard Clements, division chairman of business 
education; (2) Shirley Longfellow, office educa- 
tion; (3) Gerry Hertel, data processing and math- 
ematics; (4) Darrel Erikson, business administra- 
tion; (5) Jay Brinkmeyer, data processing; (6) Her- 
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Science minds 



SCIENTIFIC minded students are well taken taken care 
of through the Science and Mathematics Division. 
Courses from math fundamentals through calculus and 
biological and physicasl sciences are offered. (1) Charles 
Fuller, biological science; (2) Phil Theis, biological sci- 
ence; (3) Wilfred Pettus, physical science; (4) Richard 
Gregory, physical science; (5) Clyde Hiebert, physical 
science; (6) Pat Couger, mathematics; (7) Division meet- 
ing includes (from left) Pettus, Gregory, Theis, Gerry 
Hertel (mathematics) Hiebert, Fuller, Krause; (8) Gayle 
Krause, division chairman and mathematics; (9) Elmo 
Nash, mathematics. 




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Social Science offers 
variety of courses 



THE SOCIAL SCIENCE Division encompasses a number 
of subjects including history, sociology, philosophy, 
psychology, religion, philosophy, and other allied 
study. (1) John Lay, sociology; (2) Ollie Isom, division 
chairman and history; (3) Roland Ensz, history; (4) Leona 
Haines, history, psychology; (5) Herb Kreller, philos- 
ophy, religion; (6) Judy Strain, psychology, counselor. 












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Dr. Maelstrom 

observes 

about the college: 

Faculty men 

outnumber 

women over 3-1 




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Cultural side covered 



CULTURAL LIFE on the campus is well taken care of by instruction in 
the Division of Fine Arts. Courses are offered in vocal and instrumental 
music, drama, and all dimensions of art. (1) Robert Chism, division 
chairman, art; (2) Darryl Patten, drama and speech; (3) Steve Murrillo, 
art; (4) Robert Anderson, vocal and instrumental music. 




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New nursing program 
underway 



AN ENTIRELY new staff of nursing instructors are at BCCC this year and 
the program reopened in January with a full class. Students attend 
academic classes on the campus and take professional work at the local 
hospital and Wichita hospitals. (1) Delores Gwinup, Nursing Division 
chairwoman; (2) Marilyn Schulze, (3) Ruth Frantz and (4) Debbie Hin- 
nen, nursing instructors. 



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THE INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Division has facul- 
ty members teaching courses in auto mechanics, 
auto body, welding, and electronics. The division is 
one of the finest in the state, offering students both 
classroom and practical experience. (1) James Ohl, 
related technical; (2) Burl Arbogast, electronics; (3) 
Kenneth Goering, auto body; (4) Donald Mangels, 
division chairman and auto technology; (5) Jimmy 
Mayfield, welding; (6) Dennis Martens, machine 
technology; (7) John Anderson, automotive technol- 
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Coaches number 8 

Eight persons, seven men and one women, 
comprised the coaching staff at BCCC this year. 
The first assistant football coach, Jim D'Allesio, 
resigned mid-season after a "difference in phi- 
losophy" with head coach Jerry Boyce. A suc- 
cessful first season for women's competitive 
basketball was launched by coach Ev Kohls. 

Coaches and physical education instructors 
include (1) Jerry Boyce, head football coach and 
athletic director; (2) Curt Shipley, head basket- 
ball coach; (3) Ollie Isom, cross country coach; 
(4) Ev Kohls, assistant football, and women's 
basketball coach; (5) Dale Remsberg, track 
coach and division chairman; (6) Jeanette Ma- 
lone, women's volleyball and physical educa- 
tion; (7) Gene Arnold, assistant basketball coach 
and physical education. 



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Students set own pace 

At the Center for Independent Study, students receive col- 
lege credit for working independently at their own pace while 
utilizing audio and visual aids and one-to-one instruction. 
Some of the courses include reading, writing, spelling, and 
nursing vocabulary. Mary Jo Grant is director of the Center. 
Staff members include Kay Krause, Vicki Coffel, Cindy Ander- 
son, and Pat Lowrance. 




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Students counseled 

Most students find the services of the Coun- 
seling Center quite useful. 

Butler College's staff of qualified counselors 
provide many beneficial services for students 
such as orientation tests, a file of employment 
listings, and current college catalogs. 

Students with personal problems often visit 
with the counselors to seek help. Each fresh- 
man must visit the Counseling Center once 
during the semester as part of his orientation 
course. 

The counselors, Bill Trent, Vic Bland, and 
Judy Strain, also teach academic courses at the 
college. 




(1) Vic Bland (2) Bill Trent (3) Judy Strain 



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Walbourn 



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Vol. IX, No. 12 El Dorado, Kansas, Thursday, December 11, 1975 Eight Pages 

Heinrich named 
acting president 



By MIKE CUENCA 
Special Assignments Editor 

Dr. Carl Heinrich, vice 
president of the College, has 
been named acting president to 
succeed Edwin J. Walbourn. 

Walbourn, the only president 



He will succeed Dr. Harlan 
Hegler in the KACC job. 

Vice President Heinrich will 
take over the duties of acting 
president Jan. 1 after being 
named by the Board of 
Trustees. Dr. Heinrich said he 
will iako «- *w-^i_t -u — iix. _ 



New art instructor 
likes surroundings 



By MARY KERNS 

Lantern Staff Reporter 

"Art is an experience which is 
visually stimulating, not only 
pleasant to look at," said Steve 
MurilL . a new art instructor at 
BCCC. 

"Art should reflect an in- 
dividual's personality." 

MURILLO IS TEACHING in 
place of Lynn Havel, who is on 
leave for additional study at 
Wichita State University. 

With degrees in painting and 
printmaking, Murillo has a 
broad experience for being only 
26 years of age. 

He has taught two years on a 
fellowship and two years of 
graduate teaching at WSU. 
Murillo received his bachelor's 



degrees from WSU and at- 
ten?tec[ .tosses at the 'Wichita 
Art AssoC latiufi. 



He said that he will continue 
with President Walbourn's long- 
range goals. 

Walbourn said he will move* to 
Topeka, where his new duties 
will be headquartered. 

His duties will include 
directing activities of the 
KACC, preparing legislation, 
working with the legislature, 
Irving as spokesman for the 19 
Kansas community colleges 
•and working with the State 
Board of Education. 
1 Dr. Heinrich, formerly 
associated with Emporia 
Kansas State College, is serving 
his second year as vice 
president of Butler. He lives at 
Augusta. 



D'Alesio resigns 
football position 



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By MIKE CUENCA 
Lantern Staff Reporter 

Tuesday afternoon the 
Grizzly football team lost one of 
its assistant coaches, Jim 
D'Alesio, who resigned over a 
"difference of coaching 
philosophies." 

He rermrtedlv will not be 



be solved as soon as possible. 
D'Alesio is from Steubenville, 
Ohio, and he attended Central 
Missouri State University 
where he received his bachelor 
of science degree in economics 
in 1963, and his master of arts 
degree in business ad- 
ministration in 1964. He then 
nlaved nrofessional football for 



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By MIKE CUENCA 
Special Assignments Editor 

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By MIKE KETTEMAN 
Lantern Managing Edit 

Two Butler < 
Commtmity College c< 
Curtis Shipley and 
Remsberg, were nan 
positions left open 
resignation of form* > 
football coach and i 
director, Jerry Boyce 
special meeting of the E 



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The Board of Trustees of Butler County 
Community College met at the college 
Monday evening, and employed a new 
instructor in nursing and purchased new 
school vehicles. 

The instructor, Mrs. Debbie Hinnen, is a 
graduate of the Butler County Community 
College where she was president of the 
Student Council. She received her nursing 
degree at Wichita State University and has 
been employed at Wesley Hospital in 
Wichita. Mrs. Hinnen, the former Debbie 
Bare, is a native of Douglass. 

The apparent low bidders for vehicles to 
replace present college vehicles were 
Gray Motor Company, El Dorado, for a 15- 
passenger van for $6,615.89, Parks Motor 
Company, Augusta, for a 12 passenger van 
at $6,014.75, and Resnik Motor Company of 
Whitewater for a station wagon for $5,103. 

These were the apparent low bidders 
and will be awarded the contracts after a 
check to make sure the vehicles bid meet 
the specifications. Bids were opened for 
the present college vehicles, but all were 
rejected as being too low. The Board or- 
dered new bids to be taken. It was also 
decided that the college would purchase 



only one station wagon, and retain the 
present station wagon with low mileage 
rather than sell it at this time. 

A contract to the All Type Fire Equip- 
ment Company of Wichita was awarded as 
it was the apparent low bidder at $1,144 to 
install automatic fire extinguishers in the 
cafeteria and snack bar kitchens. These 
are now required by a state fire regulation 
and the bid is subject to the equipment 
being approved by the state fire marshall. 

The Board approved the trial lease 
contract with the Osage Manor in Augusta 
for space to operate a branch of the Adult 
Resource Center in that city. The facility 
will open this week. It is to be on a three- 
month trial basis, with an option to renew. 

Bills and warrants in the general fund 
for $122,802.10; in the vocational fund for 
$20,317.56; social security fund for 
$16,452.76; and bond and interest payment 
in the amount of $84,937.93 were approved 
for payment. 

In a lighter vein, the Board was told that 
the belly dance instructor at the college 
will teach a class for men if enough desire 
to take such a class, because of federal law 
forbidding discrimination on the basis of 
sex. 



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hiring of a new head football 
coach. 

REMSBERG, present head 
track coach and assistant 
football coach, was 

recommended for the head 
coaching job by Dr. Carl 
Heinrich, BCCC president. 
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Last on the agenda for the 
special meeting was the hiring 
of a new athletic director to fill 
one of the posts left open by the 
resignation of Boyce, who came 
to Butler County shortly after 
mid-term 1973-74. Boyce is 
leaving to take a position at 
Wichita State University. 

Dr. Heinrich again made a 
: commendation for one of the 
open positions, suggesting that 
head basketball coach Shipley 
be named athletic director. 

After a motion to accept the 
recommendation for Shipley as 
athletic director was seconded, 
■? too was passed unanimously 
, v : [ \a board. 

As of now, both coaches will 
remain in their present 
position;, unless decide' 



otherwise in later board 
meetings. 



D'Alesio to take 
KC coaching job 



By MIKE CUENCA 
Special Assignments Editor 

Jim D'Alesio, former 
assistant football coach and 
present data processing 
teacher, has resigned from 
teaching. The action came at 
Monday's Board of Trustees 
meeting. 



D'Alesio, who played pro 
football for the Denver Broncos, 
has resigned to take a head 
coaching position at Kansas 
City O'Hara High School. There 
he will coach track. 

D'Alesio, a 34-year-old father 
of three, was graduated from 
Central Missouri State 
University, where he was a 
fnnr-vear football letterman. He 



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meeting place for 

different ideas and 

philosophies. 










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STUDENTS 




The lot of sophomores is never simple. They must make the 
decision whether to terminate formal education or pursue higher 
education. 

Sophomores at BCCC are not cohesive as a unit because they 
are usually busy planning their individual educational, profession- 
al, or trade careers for which their two years in college have 
prepared them. 

The common denominator is the hope for achievement of 
sufficient credits either to graduate or to tranfer to a four year 
institution, or both. 



Stanley Ammann 

iNewton 
Loretta Armstrong 

Rose Hill 
Mike Arnett 

Rose Hill 
Kirk Asmann 

Andover 
Steve Austin 
. El Dorado 
Bill Barnes 

El Dorado 

Ron Beeler 

Towanda 
Steven Beals 

Wichita 
Karl Bell 

Wichita 
Willy Bell 

Wichita 
Nicky Jo Bing 

El Dorado 
Connie Blaine 

El Dorado 
Robert Bohanan 

Wichita 
Susan Briggs 

Anthony 
Gail Broomfield 

Augusta 
BernelLBuce 

Wichita 
Brenda Bruington 

El Dorado \- 
Don Buhler 

El Dorado 

Dave Byers 
°EI Dorado 
Ricardo Cano 

Wichita 
George Cash 

Douglass 
George Casper 

Potwin 
Jerry Chambers 

Wichita 
Roy Chamberlain 

El Dorado 




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Mary Chavez 

Wichita 
Greg Chenoweth 
" Derby 
John Cnerryholmes 

Potwin 
Linda Chesnut 

Leon 
Cynthia Chisham 

Wichita 
Alvin Clark 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Lynn Clark 

Rosalia 
Nancy Clark 

Eureka 
Erma Combs 

Wichita 
Joe Corbin 

Towanda 
Brent Cowan 

El Dorado 
Don Cowles 

El Dorado 
Jim Cravens 

El Dorado 
Fred Cubbage 

Burns 
Daniel Cunningham 

Effingham 
Mike Cypert 

Wellington 
Greg Dater 

Wichita 
Danny Davidson 

El Dorado 
Joe Deggs 

Wichita 
Carl Dennett 

Augusta 
Steve Denney 

El Dorado 
Tama Denny 

Towanda 
Joe Dillon 

Derby 
Jane Dornbos 

El Dorado 
Nancy Dunsford 

Augusta 
Alvin Elbert 

Seneca, Mo. 
Loren Elston 

Mulvane 
Beth Eschenbrenner 

Belle Plaine 
Mike Esau 

Inman 
Logan Evenson 

Augusta 
Charles fcwart 

El Dorado 
Kathy Felts 

Wichita 
Mike Fitch 

El Dorado 
James Fleming 

Herington 
Jerry Freeman 

Lawrence 
Janet Frey 

El Dorado 

Kurt Fritzler 

El Dorado 
Lance Gage 

Canton 
David Garrison 

Eureka 
Jill Gibb 

Leon 
Craig Gibson 

Severy 
Julie Gilbert 

Andover 



Jon Goering 

Wichita 
Diane Cower 

El Dorado 



Mark Griffith 
El Dorado 

Mark Hale 
Andover 



Steve Hall 
Whitewater 

Mel Hammer 
Valley Center 



Kent Harms 

Potwin 
John Harpstrite 

Wichita 
Bob Harsh 
Cassody 
Bradley Hatcher 

Rose Hill 
Bruce Hawthorne 

El Dorado 
Penny Heater 

Belle Plaine 
Crystal Hein 
_ Marion 
Mary Ellen Henn 

Leon 
Glenn Hersey 

Morrilton/ Ark. 
Teresa Hess 

Belle Plaine 
Gary Hiebert 

Towanda 
Rodney Higgins 

El Dorado 
Jodi Highbarger 

Towanda 
Jan Hittle 

Towanda 
Jolie Hodgens 

El Dorado 
Ray Hoffman 

El Dorado 
Alan Hoggatt 

Virgil 
Renee Holinde 

Belle Plaine 
Mark Holmes 

Atchison , 
Curtis Honey 

Satantia 
Connie Hus 

Wichita 
Steve Hyle 

Belle Plaine 
Kitt Isbill 

Towanda 
; Lyle Jack 

El Dorado 




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Casey Jackson 

El Dorado 
Gail Jackson 

Eureka 
Phil Jackson 

Wichita 
Ray Jantz 

El Dorado 
Lonnie Jesser 

El Dorado 
Tony Johnson 

El Dorado • 
Gary Lee Johnston 

Augusta 
Brad Jordan 

Wichita 
Tom Keast 

Howard 
Fred Keehn 

El Dorado 
Leslie Kelly 



Larry Kennedy 

Wichita 
Mary Kerns 

El Dorado 
Kim Kimbro 

Towanda 
Kenna King 

Leon 
John Kittle 

Douglass 
Jim Kling 

El Dorado 
Kevin Kokrda 

Kansas City 
Keith Kramer 

Andover 
Robert Kreller 

El Dorado 
Debbie Kuntz 

Wichita 
Steve Lalonde 

Augusta 
Jerry Lee 
/' Russelville, Ky. 
Edith Leiker 

El Dorado 

Harold Lindsay 

El Dorado 
Herb Lowrance 

El Dorado 
Bill Mann 

El Dorado 



Debbie Mann 
El Dorado 

Thomas Mann 
El Dorado 

Cindy Manning 
Whitewater 



David Martin 

Wichita 
Kathy Mayes 

Wichita 
Brenda McAllister 

Augusta 





Shavaun McChesney 

McLouth 
Craig McCraw 

El Dorado 
Jan McGreedy 

El Dorado 
Ted McKenzie 

Arcadia, Fla. 
Creigh McLaughlin 

El Dorado 
Roger Meade 

Eureka 
Mitch Merrill 

Marion 
Kathy Miller 

El Dorado 
Marshall Miller 

Tecumseh 
Scott Miller 

Augusta 
Marcia Mills 

Wichita 
Gaynelle Minner 

Wichita 
Vassei Molavi 

Tehran, Iran 
Larry Moody 

Augusta 
Rhonda Mosiman 

Valler Center 
Firooz Moushazadeh 

Kemansha, Iran 
Marcia Murphey 

Rose Hill 
Marilyn Murphy 

El Dorado 
John Myer 

Rosalia 
Elaine Nellans 

El Dorado 
Richard Noeller 

El Dorado 
Jennifer Norrick 
^ El Dorado 
Pat O'Brien 

Odessa, Tex. 
Lee Paddock, 

El Dorado 




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Sheryl Patterson 

El Dorado 
Larry Penner 

Potwin 
Debbie Petersen 

Augusta 
Steve Pletcher 

Rosalia 
Paul Poe 

El Dorado 
Teresa Prewitt 

Cassoday 



Mike Ray 

Augusta 
Frank Richards 

Milwaukee, Wise. 
Jim Richmond 

Merrian 
Joel Rife 

Lawrence 
Flaxon Rose 

El Dorado 

Cary Ruark 

Haysville 
Tom Sailor 

Wichita 
Gary Samms 

Junction City 
Craig Samp 

El Dorado 
Bob Scanlon 

El Dorado 
Elcia Schnake 

Augusta 

Denise Schneider 

Potwin 
Jeff Schwab 

Hamilton 
Daryl Scott ' 



Gordon Scott 

Lucas 
Maria Seaton" 

Eureka 
Alfreida Seeber 

El Dorado 





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Randy Kay Solis 

El Dorado 
Doug Sharp 

El Dorado 
Cherilee Shiroky 

Luray 


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Paul Siebenaler 

Augusta 
Wendy Skinner 

Belle Plaine 
Mike Slabaugh 

El Dorado 


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Betty Smith 
El Dorado 

Marjorie Smith 
Wichita 

Don Snyder 
Wichita 




Debbie Sowder 

Toronto 
Kris Spencer 
Belle Plaine 
, Patsy Sphar 
Leon 


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Phyllis Springer 
El Dorado 

Debbie Staats 
Potwin 

Jackie Starnes 
El Dorado 


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Brad Stiles 

Wichita 
Gail Stotts 

Hillsboro 
Patrica Strotkamp 

Burns 

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Augusta 
Kathy Thompson 

Geneseo 
Sue Thompson 

Augusta 





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Larry Tipping 

Wichita 
Mike Trammel 

Texarkana, AK 
Cayetano Triano 

Wichita 
Robberta Trimmell 

Fredonia 
Wayne Trimmel 

Wichita 
Harley Trogdlen 

Owensboro, KY 
Greta Underwood 

Wichita 
Richard Unruh 

Cassoday 
Steve Unruh v 

El Dorado 
Pam Van Burean 

El Dorado 
Nasser Vazirian 

Shiraz, Iran 
Kimberly Vogelman 

Pot win 

Bryan Vogts 

Whitewater 
Debbie Vogts 

Rosalia 
Debbie Waller 

Rose Hill 
jack Ward 

El Dorado 
Sandra Ward 

El Dorado 
Wesley Ward 

El Dorado 

Gary Wartick 



Bobby Washington 

Topeka 
Pam Watson 

Wichita 
Allen Webster 

El Dorado 
David Wheat 

Augusta 
Anita Whitted 

Potwin 
Kathv Wohlgemuth 

Whitewater 
Robert Williams 

Texarcana, AK 
Kathy Williamson 

Augusta 
Bill Wilson 

El Dorado 
Bryan Wilson 

Augusta 
Steve Wilson 

El Dorado 

Cheryl Winzer 

El Dorado' 
Mike Work 

El Dorado 
Gary Wyatt * 

Douglas 
Gerald Wytch 

Wichita 
Craig Yaryan 

El Dorado 
Yvonne Yee 

Potwin 



Ida Bell Burton, 

Wichita 
Lee Cody, 

El Dorado 
Judy D'Annunzio, 

Wichita 
Mike Davin, 

Manhatfert 
Wayne DeWitt, 

Wichita 
Gary Douglas, 

Augusta 

Charles Drake, 

El Dorado 
Nikki Essex, 

El Dorado 
Donna Hall, 

El Dorado 
Janet Holliday, 

El Dorado 
Nancy Hopkins, 

Potwin 
Teddy Jacobs, 

Wichita 
Louise King, 

El Dorado 
Mike Kline, 

El Dorado 
Regen Lindenbaurh, 

Augusta 
Steve Litchfield, 

El Dorado 
Roger Palmer, 

Wichita 
Jerry Peffly, 

Ottawa 
Vona Rader, - 

Wichita 
John Reed, 

El Dorado 
Robert Slabodnik, 

El Dorado 
Paula Storey, 

Wichita 
Dent Worrell, 

El Dorado 
Kathy Worrell, 

Leon 
Michael Vice, 

Wichita 
Krista Voth, 

El Dorado 




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A strange and bewildering custom which takes place each semester at the college is called enrollment. 
During this day-long ritual all species line up quietly, wait patiently, and mingle freely while exchanging 
intelligence concerning idiosyncrasies of various instructors. — Dr. Maelstrom 



Freshmen find 
niches 

One hundred degree temperature greeted 
the freshmen when they arrived on the campus 
in late August, and before Thanksgiving they 
were digging their cars out of snowdrifts in the 
parking lot. 

The weather was not the only thing that 
showed marked differences this year. Fresh- 
men found that student council and freshmen 
offices had been abolished, so there were no 
elective offices to run for. Homecoming festivi- 
ties including election of homecoming queen 
were also history at BCCC. 

Nevertheless freshmen found their niches in 
activities such as varsity and intramural sports, 
dramatics, band and vocal groups, and other 
clubs and organizations on the campus. 




Lana Adelgren 

Wichita 
Tim Aiken 

Wichita 
Alvin Aitken 
. Wichita 
Kim Alexander 

Wichita 
Joan Allison 

Belle Plaine 
Terry Althouse 

El Dorado 

Ronald Alvord 

El Dorado 
Mike Anderson 

El Dorado 
Mark Applegate 

Leroy 
David Argo 

El Dorado 
Phil Ashlock 

Toronto 
Loretta Atkinson 

Andover 

Richard Austin 

Potwin 
Nick Badwey 

El Dorado 
Wynn Bailey 

Wichita 
Jack Baker 

Augusta 
Rosalie Baker 

El Dorado 
Sheryle Baker 

El Dorado 

Mark Baldwin 

Anthony 
Dana Ball 

El Dorado 
Alvin Ballin - : 

Cambridge 
Troy Barnt 

El Dorado 
Bruce Beem 

Valley Center 
Brad Beeson 

Douglas 




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leresa Bevis 

Wichita 
Beverly Bickham 

Enid, OK 
Nancy Bishop 

Cheney 
Becky Blackwell 

Rosalia 
Cheryl Blair 

Mulvane 
Tom Blair 

Atlanta 
Rita Blanton 

El Dorado 
Gary Bobbett 

Augusta 
Mona Boone 

Augusta 
Dana Boucher 

Augusta 
Richard Bourne 

El Dorado 
Ron Bourne 

El Dorado 
Andy Bratton 

Eureka 
Sharon Brenner 

El Dorado 
Jan Brickley 

El Dorado 
. Mary Brightwell 

El Dorado 
Sheryl Britain 

Elk City 
Diana Brooks 

Wichita 

Julie Broomfield 

Augusta 
Myron Brown 

Eureka 
Rick Brown 

Rosalia 
Melvin Bruington 

El Dorado 
Roxi Brungart 



Kala Burhenn 
El Dorado 



Robbie Butler 

Derby 
Jack Cameron 

El Dorado 
Jolene Camp 

Moline 



Mike Campa 

Wichita 
Lon Campbell 

El Dorado 
Don Carbon 

Leon 



Bruce Carselowey 

Rose Hill 
Jeanette Carter 

Eureka 
Kathy Cartwright 

Wichita 



Freshman Cas — Eas 



Benny Cast ille 

Wichita 
Gilbert Chamberlain 

El Dorado 
Karen Chase 

Plains 
Margarjtta Chavez 

Wichita 
Rolland Church 

El Dorado 
Nancy Clark 

Eureka 
Lorry Clay 

Leroy 
Jill Coble 

Moline 
Marvin Coleman 

Wichita 
Susan Colhour 

EI Dorado 
Donna Conner 

Mulvane 
Dona Connor 

Belle Plaine 

Bruce Cooper 

Wichita 
Frank Cornelius 

Peabody 
Cindy Cox 

Rose Hill 
Nora Cox 

Eureka 
Robert Cox 

Camden, N.J. 
Van Crabtree 
Booker, TX 
Mike Cuenca 

Wichita 
Ron David 

Wichita 
Davy Davidson 



Don Davidson 

Udall 
Craig Davis 

Wichita 
Stefanie Davis 

El Dorado 
Debra Dean 

Rose Hill 
Glenda Dean 

Grenola 
Kim Deerinwater 

Derby 
Art DeLeon 

El Dorado 
Diana Dennett 

Augusta 
Steve Dettwiler 

El Dorado 

Jeremy Dienst 

Benton 
Lee Dimick 

El Dorado 
Mark Dixson 

Oklahoma City, OK 
Joyce Dunsford 

Augusta 
Ralph E. Dohner 

Rose Hill 
Kirk Doughty 

Derby 

Galen Douglass 

Burlington 
Monica Drouillard 

Augusta 
Danette Diigger 

Rose Hill 
Greg Duhardt 

Windsor, CT 
Mike Earley 

Wichita 
Tanya East in 

Douglass 




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Freshmen Ell — Goo 




Linda Ellis 

Wichita 
Robert Ellis 

Kinsley 
Terry Edwards 

Augusta 
Debbie Engelbert 

Augusta 
Don Engles 

El Dorado 
Richard English 

Eureka 
Jim Erickson 

El Dorado 
Scott Erickson 

Augusta 
Kevin Ethington 

Wamego 
Jeff Etter 

El Dorado 
Eddie Evans 

El Dorado 
Dan Fair 

El Dorado 
Janice Farr 

Derby 
Royal Fink 

El Dorado 
David Fisher 

Rose Hill 
Mike Fitzgeralds 

Herington 
Dave Foltz 

Topeka 
Sherry Ford 

Eureka 



Kreg Foraker 

Kinsley 
Patty Forsyth 

Marion 



Teresa Frakes 

Eureka 
Doug Gann 

El Dorado 



Andy Gayer 
Rose Hill 

Gary Gilchrist 
Wichita 



Julie Glodowski 

Madison 
Mike Good 

Benton 



James Gould, 

Benton 
Thelma Gragg, 

Augusta 
Troy Graham, 

Benton 



Mark Gray, 

Rosalia 
Tim Green, 

El Dorado 
Doug Grier, 

Wichita 



Dennis Groves, 

Wichita 
Tony Grunder, 

El Dorado 
Larry Gruver, 

El Dorado 



Ruth Gwinup, 
Mulvane 

Lesa Haas, 
Benton 

Cindy Haines, 
El Dorado 



Cindee Hale, 

Andover 
Mark Hall, 

Russellville, KY 
Penni Hall, 

Colwich 
Rex Hall, 

Wellington 
Craig Hamilton, 

El Dorado 
Rose Hammer, 

Wichita 

James Harback, 

El Dorado 
Laura Harden, 

El Dorado 
Tom Harmon, 

Cheney 
Paul Haunschild, 

Kansas City 
Lee Heinrich, 

Augusta 
Rob Heitzenrater, 

Beaumont 

Kym Helmer, 

Augusta 
Vicki Herpich, 

White City 
David Herrin, 

El Dorado 
Keith Hiegert, 

Paxico 
Dan Higgs, 

Augusta 
Alan Hobson, 

El Dorado 








Tim Holeman, 

Wichita 
Eugene Holliman, 

Arcadia, FL 
Wendell Holmes, 

Wichita 
Richard Hoover, 

Eureka 
Richard E. Hoover, 

Augusta 
Roger Hoskins, 

Augusta 

Mark Hulse, 

Wichita 
Joseph Hund, 

Paxico 
Greg Hungerford, 

Wellington 
Sheryl Hutchins, 

Oxford 
Eddie Hutson, 

El Dorado 
Steve Ingmire, 

White City 

Jack Jacobs, 

Valley Center 
Barbara James, 

El Dorado 
Marc James, 

El Dorado 
Sharron Jansson, 

Wichita 
Leon Jiggetts, 

Wichita 
Nick Jimenez, 

Wichita 

Cindy Johnson, 

Augusta 
Sally Johnson, 

El Dorado 
William Johnston, 

Wichita 
Bryon Jones, 

Mulvane 
Keith Jones, 

Hartford, CT 
Ron Jones, 

Hutchinson 



William B. Jones, 

Melvern 
Dana Jordan, 

El Dorado 



Mark Jorns, 
Manhattan 

Rick Joyce, 
El Dorado 



Peter Juul, 

Cedervale 
Audrey Kallenberger, 

El Dorado 



Mike Kaufman, 

Potwin 
Diane Kelley, 

El Dorado 
Rita Kenedy, 

Augusta 
Brad King, 

El Dorado 
Lita Kittle, 

Augusta 
Doug Klabzwba, 

Wellington 

Warren Klassen, 

Whitewater 
David Kleiwer, 

Towanda 
Coeta Knowles, 

El Dorado 
Susan Koheman, 

Augusta 
Shane Krause, 

El Dorado 
Leah Kruger, 

Derby 

Dan Lacoss, 
Wichita 

Dennis Lamb, 
El Dorado 

Jeanna Lang, 

Newton 
Bruce Larsen, 

Burns 

Greg Leafty, 

Wichita 
Calvin Ledbetter, 

Winchester 
Stacy Levitt, 

Mulvane 
James Lewellyn, 

Greenwich 
Mark Lewis, 

Augusta 
Dale Lies, 

Colwich ;■:• 

Curtis Lill, 

Towanda 
Maureen Ling wood, 

Wichita 
Don Linnell, 

Leon 
Cheryl Litton, 
>:■; Whitewater 
Connie Logston, 

Douglas 
Robert Lohman, 

Augusta 

Ray Long, 

El Dorado 
Ben Lore, 

El Dorado 
Trena Lucas, 

El Dorado 
Steven Luck, 

Lyons 
Louis Lynch, 

El Dorado 
Jeff Madding, 

Mulvane 




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Freshmen Mar-Nor 




Diane Marsh, 

Wellington 
Brian Martin, 

Eureka 
Ronald Mayes, 

Wichita 
Karla McCoy, 

Augusta 
Curt McCracken, 

Wellington 
Susan McDermit, 

Rosalia 

John McDonald, 

Derby 
Delia McFall, 

Wichita 
Brad McLinden, 

El Dorado 
Brian McLinden, 

El Dorado 
Richard McKown, 

El Dorado 
Barry McMillian, 

Arcadia, FL 
Nancy Melchar, 

Gibsonia, PA 
Scott Michaels, 

Augusta 
Steve Michels, 

Augusta 
Judy Middleton, 

El Dorado 
Jack Mies, 

Augusta 
Tom Mikkelson, 

Augusta 

Anita Mills, 

Eureka 
Kelly Mirt, 

Wellington 
Russell Mirt, 

Wellington 
Clay Mitchell, 

El Dorado 
Gay Mitchell, 

Augusta 
Bob Mock, 

Paxico 
Ron Moore, 

Wichita 
Steve Morgan, 

White City 
Jan Morrow, 

St. Marys 
Steven Morton, 

El Dorado * 
Freddie Moultry, 

Hartford, CT 
Debbie Mozingo, 

Gridley «. 

Bill Meyers, 

Topeka 
Debbie Nace, 

El Dorado 
Parvis Nadari, 

Shariz, Iran 
Nancy Nelson, 

El Dorado 
Rebecca Nelson, 

Whitewater 
Stacy Newland, 

Sedgwick 

Rolland Nitchcock, 

Wichita 
Terry Nixon, 

El Dorado 
Jim Noble, 

El Dorado 
Ed Norrick, 

El Dorado 
Marianne Norris, 

El Dorado 
Curtis Northrop, 

Towanda 









Karla Ott, 


Susie Peterson, 


Cindy Place, 






El Dorado 


Augusta 


El Dorado 






Bridget Owens, 


Susie Peterson, 


Kathy Plumley, 






Kansas City, MO 


Derby 
Barry Phillips, 


Andover 






Ron Page, 


David Pontious, 






Derby 


Augusta 


Argonia 


Steve Norton, 


Danny Ohl, 


Kathy Parker, 


Marilyn Phillips, 


Debbie Prewitt, 


Wellington 


Leon 


Sedgwick 


Augusta 


, Cassoday 


Martha Nuessen, 


Maryann O'Neill, 


Gail Pavelchak, 


Stacy Pickkard, 


Cynthia Price, 


Augusta 


Augusta 


Augusta 


Augusta 


Reading 


Craig Oborg, 


Kristin Olson, 


Dale Pearson, 


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Donna Prigmore, 


Lindsburg 


Eureka 


Wichita 


Towanda 


Wichita 


Mark Oliver, 


Floyd Opfar, 


Dorinda Pennington, 


Randy Pinkerton, 


Jayne Prigmore, 


El Dorado 


Derby 


Augusta 


Argonia 


Wichita 






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Freshman Pros-Smi 




Danny Prosser, 

Augusta 
Monte Province, 

Eureka 
Caroline Pyles, 

El Dorado 
Judith Pyle, 

El Dorado 
Beth Quillen, 

El Dorado 
Patty Rader, 

El Dorado 



John Sawyer, 

Hennessey, OK 
Chris Scanlon, 

El Dorado 
Romana Schaffer, 

Wichita 
Mark Scheer, 

Cheney 
Barbara Schlitter, 

El Dorado 
David Schoffstatt, 

El Dorado 

Paula Schwindt, 

El Dorado 
Becky Serrano, 

Wichita 
Steve Seymour, 

El Dorado 
Brad Shogren, 

Lindsburg 
Sylvia Silverson, ' 

Wichita 
Terry Simmons, 

Benton 
Sonny Simon, 

Augusta 
James Sizemore, ' 

Douglass 
Laree Slack, 

Oxford 
Benson Smith, 

El Dorado 
Peggy Smith, 

El Dorado 
Rick Smith, 

Potwin 



-William Smith, 

Lawrence 
Stephanie Son tag, 

Derby 
Carla Sowder, 

Toronto 



Belle PJaine 
Steve Springer, 

Lyons 
Dianne Staats, 

Potwin 

Susan Stahl, 

El Dorado 
Bob Stallbaumer, 

Wellington 
Cindy Star key, 

Eureka 
Joyce Stead, 

Madison 
Beverly Steeby, 

Belle Plaine 
Michael Stevens, 

Wichita 

Scott Stevenson, 

Wichita 
Gayrick Stewart, 

Pensacola, FL 
James Stewart, 

Wichita 

Kevin Stout, 
Burlingame 

Jolene Strain, 

. Wichita 

Don Strotkamp, 
Burns 

Jane Sundgren, 

Rsalia 
Jerry Sutter, ? 

Andover 
Gail Tackett, 

El Dorado 

Phyllis Tanner, 

St. Marys 
Dawn Taylor, 

Derby 
Rob Tennyson, 

Valley Center 
Marty femes, 

Wichita 
Debra Thomas, 

Wichita 
Sharon Thomas, 

Wichita 

Brian Thompson, 

Derby 
Eddy Thompson, 

Wichita 
Carol Tong, 

Leon 
Fred Torneden, 

Dover 
Carla Towry, 

Wichita 
Clara Trotter, 

Wichita 




Freshmen Tar-Wil 




Carl Turner, 

Alexandria, VA 
Terry Tyler, 

El Dorado 
Marylin Tyson, 

Hartford, CT 
Shelley Unruh, 

El Dorado 
Mark VanBuren, 

Towana 
Roosevelt Van Buren, 

Wichita 

Craig Vanfleet, 

Derby 
Brian Vann, 

Lawrence 
Susan Vaught, 

El Dorado 
Tom Vernon, 

Topeka 
Nadine Voegeli, 

Colwich 
Roger Vogt, 

Valley Center 

Tom Vonfeldt, 

Wichita 
Robin Waganer, 

Haysville 
Monty Waggoner, 

Augusta 

Joe Wakefield, 

Topeka 
Steve Walker, . 

El Dorado 
Robin Wallace, 

Hartford, CT 

David Wallingford, 

Atlanta 
Myrna Walton, 

Wichita 
Vernon Ward, 

Eureka 

Gary Ware, 

Rosilia 
Nancy Watkins, 

Douglass 
John Weisbacker, 

Augusta 
Mike West, 

El Dorado 
Belinda Wheeler, 

Leon 
Lance Wheeler, 

Topeka 

Dennis White, 

El Dorado 
Janet White, 

Derby 
Debbie Whitson, 

Benton 
Kelly Whittington, 

Potwin 
Eric Wilson, 

Moline 
Karen Wilson, " 

Leon 



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Mike Wing, 

Towanda 
Rod Wintermote, 

Potwin 
Nancy Wise, 

Augusta 
Maxine Witherspoon, 

El Dorado 
Randall Woodling, 

El Dorado 
Richard Woods, 

Wichita 

Hiram Wright, 

Topeka 
John Wright, 

Wichita 
Lori Wright, 

Mulvane 
Mary Ann Wright, 

El Dorado 
Jim Wyant, 

Peck 
Joyce Yarnell, 

El Dorado 

Steve Yocum, 

Derby 
Becky Young/ 

El Dorado 
Gary Young, 

Whitewater 
Jennie Ziegler, f 

Towanda 




STUDENT S 
THRONGED the halls 
during enrollment sec- 
ond semester trying to 
get their schedules 
worked out to their sat- 
isfaction. Many new 
faces appeared on the 
campus with some old 
familiar ones disap- 
pearing. On the follow- 
ing two pages, addi- 
tional freemen are 
pictured. 





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Freshman Ag — Kr 




second 
semester 



Linda Aguilera, 

El Dorado 
John Baird, 

El Dorado 
Bernice Baker, 

Mulvane 
Farad Bakhteari- 

Nejad, 

Manhattan 
Ken Beckman, 

Wichita 
Howard Bouchey, 

Rose Hill 
Harold Bowen, 

Wichita 
Patricia Braden, 

Augusta 
Lonnie Brown, 

El Dorado 
Napolean Brown, 

El Dorado 
Larry Burk, 

Benton 
Elroy Busenitz, 

Newton 

Tom Byrnas, 

El Dorado 
Steve Castile, 

Wichita 
Evanelle Claassen, 

Whitewater 
Marvin Coleman,' 

Wichita 
Michael Cooper, , 

El Dorado 
Bob Criss, 

Augusta 

Deborah Daetwiler, 

Mulvane 
Sandy Daniels, 

Augusta 
Kim Davis, 

Wichita 
Larry Davison, 

Wichita 
Doug Dennis, 

El Dorado 
Brad Edwards, 

El Dorado 
Rodney Ernest, 

Pleasanton 
Ruby Fisher, 

Towanda 
Hillary Ford, 

Wichita 
Brian Forsythe, " 

Derby 
Rosemarie Frantz, 

Wichita 
Billy Giesen, 

Anthony 

Jim Green, 

El Dorado 
Teresa Harrison, 

Wichita 
Ron Hart, 

St. Louis, MO 
' Don Henry, 

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Michelle Hepler, 

El Dorado 
Arleta Hillman, 

Cheney 
Kay Hodgens, 

El Dorado 
Richard Hoover, 

Eureka 
Connie Hosey, 

Goddard 
Sheryl Houck, 

Augusta 
Michael Howard, 

Wichita 
Joceylyn Johnson, 

Towanda 
Kermit Keplar, 



Mike Ketteman, 

Wichita 
Debby Kimbley, 

El Dorado 
Kathleen Kreller, 

El Dorado 



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Randy CawsOh, 

Wichita 
James Leach, 

El Dorado 
Keith Lindsey, 

Eureka 
Rod Marshall, 

Augusta 
James Meis, 

Augusta 
Lawrence Meis, 

Augusta 
Melani Blackwell, 

Potwin 
Deborah Merstetter, 

El Dorado 
Debra Merz, 

Augusta 
Ronald Moore, 

Wichita 
Jackson Newcom, 

Benton 
Marshall Parker, 

Wichita 
Jim Phillips, 

El Dorado 
Elizabeth Plummer, 
• El Dorado 
Shahnaz Radmardan, 

Tehran, Iran 
Mark Ratts, 

Towanda 
Cahill Raymond, 

Wichita 
Rosie Reid, 

El Dorado 
Kathy Ring, 

Winfield 
Marsha Roberts, 

Wichita . 
David Sampson, 

Leon 
Clayton Schuler, 

El Dorado 
Don Shackleford, 

Wichita 
Marylin Slaymaker, . 

Wichita 
Robert Smith, 

El Dorado 
Mary Solis, 

Cottonwood 
Geddes Steven, 

Wichita 
Susan Stewart, 

Douglass 
Carol Sullivan, 

El Dorado 
Cynthia Sullivan, 

Wichita 
Kathy Timmons, 

Augusta 
Lynne Twietmeyer, 

Cheney 
Sherry Warren, 

El Dorado 
Reatha Whitson, 

El Dorado 
Larry Wiebe, 

Whitewater 
Floyd Williams, 

Eureka 
Jimmy Willis, 

El Dorado 
Karma Wimberly, 

El Dorado 
Adela Winegarner, 

Wichita 
Maxine Witherspoon, 

El Dorado 
Richard Woods, 

Wichita 
Rosanh Wright, 

Wichita 
Patricia Wyssmann, 

El Dorado 
David Yokel, 

El Dorado 



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ATHLETICS 





Cheerleaders generate enthusiasm 




An important addition to any 
athletic event is the spirit pro- 
duced by the hard-working, fast- 
performing cheerleaders. 

The Cheerleading squad at- 
tends all home and on the road 
games, lending enthusiasm to 
football, basketball and other 
sports events. 

CHEERLEADERS ARE (L. To R.) Jo Ann Alli- 
son, Cynthia Price, Wendy Skinner, spon- 
sor Jeanette Malone, Renee Holinde, Mar- 
lynda Dearing, Debbie Petersen. Photo 
Left — Marlynda Dearing, Debbie Peter- 
sen, Cynthia Price, Wendy Skinner. 



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Volleyball nets good 
season 

The women's varsity volleyball team had an exciting impact at 
Grizzland finishing the season with 12 wins and six losses. 

Four returning team members from last year helped keep the 
team rolling. They were Pam Van Buren, Kitt Isbill, Debbie Vogts 
and Vona Rader. 

The "B" team season ended with two wins and one loss. 

Jeanette Malone coached the volleyball teams. 



TEAM MEMBERS picured are (Front Row, L To R.) Cynthia Price, Belinda Wheeler, Debbie Vogts, Vona 
Rader, Beverly Steeby, Tanya Eastin. Second Row, Susan McDermeit, Kitt Isbill, Pam Van Buren, Debbie 
Prewitt, Karen Wilson, Nancy Watkins. Above (Left) Debbie Vogts sets one up. Right, Vona Rader and Debbie 
Prewitt use team work as Tanya Eastin prepares to help. 




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CROSS COUNTRY team members include (Front Row, L. To R.) Dave Foltz, 
Davey Davidson, Mark Jorns, Mark Kellison, Mark Dixson, Bob Mock. Sec- 
ond Row, Jerry Peffly, Fred Torneden, Harley Trogdlen, Tom Vernon, Alan 
Adams, Tim Aiken, Bill Myers, Roger Rudiger. Third Row, Kenny Beckman, 
Lonny Achey, Calvin Ledbetter, Rex Roney, Robin Wagoner, Gilbert Cham- 
berlain, Mark Applegate, Ollie Isom. 



Cross Country team has 
disappointment at 
nationals 



The Butler County Cross country team placed nineteenth 
in a field of 31 teams at the National Junior College Athletic 
Association meet in Rochester, Minnesota this year. Coach 
Ollie Isom said that in past years his teams had placed higher. 

Representing the Grizzlies in the nationals were sopho- 
mores Alan Adams and Harley Trogdlen, and freshmen Tom 
Vernon, Roger Rudiger, Fred Torneden and Bill Myers with 
Mark Kellison as alternate. 

BCCC placed second in the Region VI meet to qualify for 
the national competition. 

One of the highlights of the season was winning second 
place at Wichita State University's Gold Cup Classic where 
Fred Torneden paced the team by scoring tenth place win in 
a field of 100 runners. 

At their own invitational meet, the Grizzlies came in third 
with Alan Adams leading the team by taking eighth place. 



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Gridsters have best season 
since 1957: 5-4-1 record 



Butler County Grizzlies closed out the 1975 football season with their 
best record since 1957, a 5-4-1 season. 

The Grizzlies outscored their opponents, scoring 183 points to the 
other teams' 154 points. Butler had the ball 680 times to their opponents' 
600 times. The Bears outrushed their opponents, rushing for an average of 
231.4 yards per game against their rivals' average of 145.2 per game. 

Three Butler players were named to the State All-Star team: Garry 
Hiebert, offensive back; Alvin Clark, defensive interior lineman; Hiram 
Wright, offensive back. 

Hiebert was named to the NJCAA All-American team. Other Grizzlies 
nominated for Ail-American were Alvin Clark, Lee Dimick, Steve Hall, 
Paul Haunschild, Robby Butler and Hiram Wright. 

Head coach Jerry Boyce was in his second season at Butler where he 
came from high school coaching at Kansas City, Missouri. 




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MEMBERS OF FOOTBALL TEAM include (Front Row, L. To R.) Brad 
Shogren, Kelly Whittington, Robbie Butler, assistant coaches Jim 
D'Alesio, Dale Remsberg, head coach Jerry Boyce, assistant coach 
Ev Kohls, Scott Michaels, Loren Elston, Marshal Miller. Second 
Row, Essex Richarson, Wendal Holmes, Ed Thompson, Larry Tip- 
ping, Rusty Mirt, Mike Trammel, Bob Stallbaumer, Glen Hersey, 
Robert Williams, Steve Sweet Steve Hall, Steve Norton, Lance 
Wheeler. Third Row, Hiram Wright, Eldridge Jackson, Richard 



Woods, Reggie Pope, Rocky Higgins, Kevin Kokrda, Paul Hauns- 
child, Rob Tennyson, Ted McKezie, Robert Young, Brian Thomp- 
son, Al Elbert, Greg Hungerford, Jerry Lee. Back Row, Steve Ing- 
mire, Lance Gage, Dave Sanger, Mike Fitzgerald, Lee Dimick, Garry 
Hiebert, John Wright, Harold Bowen, Reggie Anderson, Van Crab- 
tree, Vic Spencer, Dan Reeder, Alvin Clark, Tom Payne, Carl Turn- 
er. 



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Finally, 

The winning column 





Box 


Scores 




BCCC 


6 


Pratt 


7 


BCCC 


27 


Haskell 


7 


BCCC 





Fort Scott 


34 


BCCC 


21 


Dodge City 


14 


BCCC 


6 


Coffeyville 


47 


BCCC 


38 


Cowley County 





BCCC 


13 


Highland 


6 


BCCC 


49 


Independence 


7 


BCCC 


13 


Garden City 


22 


BCCC 


10 


Hutchinson 


10 




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Hoopsters hit 
sometimes 

The Grizzly roundballers may not have been 
great this season, but they were more than re- 
spectable and a number of times had excellent 
games. 

One of the most impressive games was 
against Hutchinson which Butler defeated for 
the first time in six years. 

At mid-season, the Grizzlies ranked first in 
the Kansas Jayhawk Conference. Then they 
dropped a crucial conference game against 
Seward County which "blew" the playoff pic- 
ture. 

The Bears placed second in Butler's annual 
Basketball Classic tournament by defeating 
Longview, Mo. 

Curt Shipley coached, assisted by Gene Ar- 
nold. 




BASKETBALL team members include (Front Row, From Left) Steve 
Morgan, Sonny Stewart, Monty Province, Mark Holmes, Joe Hunn, 
Bob Cox, Joel Rife, Allen Strong, Bob Washington. Second Row, 



Head coach Curt Shipley, Fred Moultry, Rick Richardson, Ron 
Jones, Bob Harsh, Kent Harms, Dave Pontious, Ted McKenzie, 
Keith Jones, Allen Hoggatt, Coach Gene Arnold. 



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Women field team 



Bounding on to the court for its first season in inter- 
collegiate competition was the BCCC women's basket- 
ball team, and it started the season with a stunning 
victory over Cowley County. 

Two-thirds of the way through the season the wom- 
en's team stood with an 8-4 record. Coach Ev Kohls felt 
that the feminine players would have an excellent re- 
cord for the over-all. 

Much of the competition had fielded teams before 
and had veteran players. Butler's "green" team made a 
splendid showing. 





WOMEN BASKETBALL players include (Front Row From 1.) Vona 
Rader, Dana Jordon, Diane Marsh, Vicki Herpich, Susan McDer- 
meit, Cindy Price. (Second Row) Robin Wallace, Debbie Prewitt, 



Marilyn Tyson, Pam Van Buren, Kim Alexander, Loretta Arm- 
strong. Ev Kohls is coach for the women. 



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Track wins begin 

Spring track and field season is underway at 
Butler in late winter before basketball season is 
over. 

The Grizzlies first competitive meet was out 
of state at the Oklahoma City Indoor. The two 
mile relay team garnered second place in the 
tough competition there. 

Full results of the Bear's track record will be 
presented in the yearbook's summer supple- 
ment. 

Dale Rosenberg is head track coach. 




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ACTIVITIES 




The play is a success 



The Desperate Hours," a tale of terror, was the 
ma department's first fall presentation. Darryl 
Patten directed the play. 

The story line concerned a family held captive 
by desperadoes, and it provided many tense mo- 
ments for the audience. 

The cast included: James Allen, Jill Bibb, Scott 
^t^venson, Mark Gray, Kristin Olson, Matt 
)use, Michael Slabaugh, Debbie Whitson, Don 
Gilliland, Troy Barnt, Shane Krause, David Herrin, 
Curtis Honey, Greg Leafty, Gail Tackett. 





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Top Photo : Mark Gray, James Allen 
and Greg Leafty look on as Scott Ste- 
venson reads a notice Above: Steven 
son, Gray, Mike Slabaugh ana Leahy 
discuss the serious situation at hand. 
Right : David Herrin trys to make Deb- 
bie Whitson see his point of vievtf. 





Butterflies' hit 



A decided hit was the the- 
atre department's second 
presentation of the season, 
"Butterflies Are Free." 

The play starred Ray Jantz 
and Cindy Cox with support- 
ing persons Debbie Whitson 
and David Herrin. 

An element of uniqueness 
concerned the star of the 
play, Jantz, who protrayed a 
blind man in the drama. 
Sophomore Jantz is himself 
blind and "Butterflies" was 



The play received "rave" 
reviews with jantz's perfor- 
mance singularly pointed 
out. Darryl Patten directed 
the production: 





Top Photo: Don Baker (Ray Jantz) comforts Jill Tanner (Cin- 
dy Cox). Left: the light falls on Don's face as he examines 
Cindy's. Above: Don "sees how friendly a face Ralph (David 
Herrin) has." 



Musical salutes 
the Bicentennia 



"A Time to Act," a musical production by the 
BCCC players was the college's salute to the bicen- 
tennial year. 

The production was presented to more than 3,000 
school children in Wichita and El Dorado by the 
performers. Darryl Patten directed the production 
which was written by Sam Rulan, a Philadelphia play- 
wright who wrote it especially for the theatre group 
here. 

The entire production takes place on the stage of 
the "Old Southwark Theatre" in Philadelphia in 
1776. 

Marjorie Marsh and Karla Knaussman furnished 
the musical background for the play. 









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Nancy Wise 
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Gail Tackett 
Nancy Bishop 
Greg Leafty 
Doug Dennis 




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Music groups 
make big sound 



Both vocal and instrumental music at But- 
ler are under the direction of Robert Ander- 
son. 

The singing group called the "New Hori- 
zons" proved popular in all its public ap- 
pearances. 

The instrumentalist produced both a pep 
band which played at the home games and a 
stage band which specialized in jazz. 

The musical groups are small, but their 
quality has been acclaimed. 

Instrumental performers include Don 
Buhler, Brad King, jim Leach, Shavaun 
McChesney, Traci Ramsey, Gail Tackett, De- 
brah Waller, Loretta Armstrong, Greg 
Chenoweth, Fred Cubbage, Jill Gibb, Mark 
Hale, Sheryl Hutchins, Cindy Johnson, Stacy 
Levitt, Larry Moody. 





NEW HORIZONS singers are (Front Row, From Left) Sheryl Hutch- 
ins, Cyndee Hale, Kathy Wohlgemuth, Nancy Bishop, Terry Ed- 
wards, Nancy Watkins, Pat Forsyth, Stacy Pickard, Tanya Eastin, Jill 
Gibb. Second Row, Jim Leach, Mike West, Ron Page, Keith Kramer, 



Jack Meis, Don Buhler, Vona Rader, Shavaun McChesney, Debbie 
Waller. Not picutred, Nancy Wise, Laree Slack, Sandra Howard, and 
director, Andy Anderson, 



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Campus Crusade leads attendance 



Campus Crusade for Christ, a campus 
organization concerned with reaching 
out to students on campus in the spirit of 
Christian fellowship, and bringing them to 
Jesus Christ, has in the past years been 
one of the largest and most active groups 
at BCCC. Campus Crusade (CATGIF, 
Christians Also Thank God It's Friday) kept 
the tradition this year with the largest at- 



tendance of any club on campus. On the 
average there were 30 people meeting in 
the Purple and Gold Room each Friday. 
The executive committee members are 
Kathy Allison, Don Carbon, and Brad 
Brown. Special activities this year were a 
talent show, hayrack ride, and a joint ses- 
sion with the Black Student Union. 




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Distributive Ed 
markets products 

Members of DECA (Distributive Education 
Clubs of America) received news this year 
that BCCC's program had been selected as 
one of the four outstanding programs in the 
United States. 

Butler's DECA chapter has earned an envi- 
able reputation on the national level during 
the past five years having won 23 national 
awards. 

Formerly called "marketing technology," 
the program at Butler is now officially called 
"Career Development in Marketing." 

Students in Distributive Ed participate in 
complete marketing programs for new 
items. The "Kitty John" was one of the suc- 
cessful marketing programs. 

The "Kozie," an insulated cup, was chosen 
this year to be the program's national mar- 
keting project. 

Dr. Herman Ogg is faculty director of the 
program. 




DISTRIBUTIVE ED students prepare Kozies for delivery. 
(Left To Right) Don Engles, Gary Bobbett, Rolland Church, 



Mark Hale, Danny Ohl; (Front) Carla Sander, Mona Boone. 



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'The Lantern' wins awards 



The Lantern is the largest community college news- 
paper in the state. It is produced weekly by students 
enrolled in the journalism classes. Published on Thurs- 
days, the paper informs the campus and community of 
events of interest to the area. 

The BCCC journalists have been honored with the 
bulk of the awards in the State Junior College Journal- 
ism competition for the last three years. From 1973 



through 1975 the students have won top awards in the 
contest for newswriting , layout, and makeup. 

Kim Kimbro was editor first semester with Fred Cub- 
bage as managing editor and Mark Hale as business 
manager. Second semester found Cubbage as editor 
with Mike Ketteman, managing editor, and Tom Ver- 
non as business manager. Bill Bidwell is faculty advisor. 






Pat O'Brien, Kim Kimbro, (Below) Guest T. Mitchell, Bidwell, Kimbro 



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Fred Tornedan, Robin Wagoner, Bill Bidwell 



Everybody Rekos The LmteRN. 




Fred Cubbage 



Mike Ketteman, Guest 



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Staff requires many talents 

Although the yearbook is a production of a journalism class, the preparation of it is a study in 
graphic arts, art, photography, and writing. The total product takes varied talents. 

First semester workers were Arlyn Ray (chief photographer) Jack Baker, Penny Hall, Nancy 
Bishop, and Cindy Haines. 

Second semester, survivors Ray and Baker were joined by a strong new team consisting of 
Kathy Cartwright, Kala Burhenn, Mark Holmes, and Fred Torneden. 

Contributing photographers included Steve Seymour, Pat O'Brien, Mike Esau, Robin Wag- 
oner, Carl Dennett, Kim Kimbro, and Mike Ketteman. 

Jo Ann Rogers is faculty adviser. 

Dr. Mailstrom observes: 

"The yearbook room is a strange scene. Students are buried in mounds of paper, photo- 
graphs, and flotsam from other journalism classes. Wild music plays in the background while 
students and instructor labor quietly, confident that out of all the debris will come the book." 








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'Rap' session is Frit 



Know your president 



(See editorial on page two) 
'Education should be a lifelong experience,' 



Dr. Carl 



Butler students who wish to 
voice their opinions on College 
policies and regulations will 
have the opportim if " 
tr- 



that of student government — Dr.l 

whether one is needed at all meetii 
and, if so, the amount of power "soun< 



20 named to 'Who's 



By ROBIN WAGONER 
Lantern News Editor 

Twenty Butler sophomores 
have been nominated to Who's 
Who Among Students in 
American Junior Colleges. 

Who's Who is a group of 

* students chosen on the basis of 

academic achievement, service 

to the community, leadership in 
extra-curricular artiviHoc on«i 



Cathy Allison, Belle Plain, 
Kan.; Jim Richmond, Marion, 
Kan.; Michael Slabaugh, 
Eureka, Kan.; Loretta Arm- 
strong, Rose Hill, Kan.; Debbie 
Vogts, Rosalia, Kan.; Don 
Buhler, Diane Gower, Elaine 
Nellans, Robert Slabodnik, 
Pam Van Buren, El Dorado; 
Steve Hall, Potwin, Kan.; Bob 
Harsh, Cassoday, Kan.: Marv 



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By MARVIN COLEMAN 
Lantern Staff Reporter 

All parking tickets received 
should ' 
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script! 
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sophomore sticker for pari 
in the front lot. 




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By BILL MYERS 
Lantern Staff Reporter 



Followin 
competiti' 
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Actor not playing blind 



New Horizons 
ready to sing 

By ARLYN RAY 

Arts and Review Editor 

The "New Horizons" 
gone contemporary, aca 
to Robert Anderson, | 

structor. 

The former Colli 
j.-vrs, which sang a rr 
' n.usic, have now gon 
iaro. drum i 



By PAT O'BRIEN 
Of The Lantern Staff 

The lead role of Don Baker in 
the play, "Butterflies Are 
Free", will be played by Ray 
Jantz. Jantz has had no 
previous e 



thinks I can handle," Jantz 
said. "I don't want anyone to 
think it's my story." 

He said that the only reason 
he took the part is that "I want 
to do it." 

Many of the problems en- 



"Barely," he answered 
humorously. He continued to 
explain that he "sees" his way 
around the set. 

"I don't count steps or 
anything like that," he said. 

HE SAID THAT he does not 
know any body who does count 



ackme. They hav 

29 students 
of College scl 



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his own f oi 
life. Jantz, 
part, is als 

"I do hi 
Jantz said, 
to rely on/ 



Women's volleyball team triumphs 



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By ROBIN WAGONER 
Lantern Sports Editor 

Butler County women's 
volleyball team opened its 
season on a winning note with 



will have to work extra hard 

this week as we play Hesston, 

last year's regional champs." 

The women played Wed- 



■ Specifically no, 
es," replied Andi 
skeri obout upcomi 
nesday night against Hesston « group. He did la 
and Allen County at Hesston>e to tour all the 1 
Results were not available aU Butler cc 
press time. rrangements coul. 



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ich said he hopes the 
ill allow him to 
" the students and 



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it grades 




Students have right 
to decent housing 



By KALA BURHENN 
Lantern Staff Writer 

Easing the housing problem 
for Butler County students will 
have to be the result o f «*«»l 
administration, the con 



or apartment listed on it should 
be able to do so. 

Student opinion is varied on 
the role the College should play 
in off -campus residence. Just 



or apartment that he feels is 
sub-standard can contract Jim 
Reiserer, city building in- 
spector, and have him inspect 
the dwelling to see if a law is 



Enrollment totals 1,456 

Enrollment at the College has dropped, according to 
Leonard J. McKinney, registrar and director of admissions. 
Enrollment for the spring semester is 1,456 students, 
compared to 1,726 students last fall, a drop of 270. According 
to McKinney, a drop in enrollment is "ordinary" for the 
spring semester. 



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By KALA BURHENN and BILL MYERS 
Lantern Staff Writers 

Dnrmitorv nnliries. health care facilities, black culture classes, 

off- 
gov 
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KimKimbro I 0^(16$ ShOllldll't 

be given away 



'Best overall team effort 1 : 
women stop Allen, 68-36 



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Butler County 



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So many A's and B's are being 
handed out in universities that 
grades have become almost 
meaningless, and it's become 



But with so many A's and B's, 

the accomplishments of the 

more brilliant students are 

considerably cheapened. The 

hs *s become 



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larships 



The Lantern, 



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DECA to sponsor state conference 



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FEANETTE CARTER 
tern Staff Reporter 

raining Future Leaders for 
ness and Industry" will be 
heme of the Kansas DECA 



Dr. Herman Ogg, sponsor of 
the DECA said 180,000 
nationwide members from 
DECA, with 19 chapters in the 
state Junior Collegiate Division. 



sales manager's meetings, and 
individual marketing im- 
provement. 

JUDGES WILL BE managers 
and executives from over the 



KATHLEEN MAYES is 

general chairman of planning 
activities. 

Publicity chairman is Mark 
Hale, and his assistant is Mark 



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Dorm habits revealed 

Doctor Maelstrom discovered at the 
northermost point of the campus in a 
humid and windy area a structure parti- 
tioned according to sex and genera of 
its some 100 "dormus residentius." He 
observes: 

Here the "humongous humongous," one es- 
pecially primitive species of the "athleticus clo- 
dus," can be found. He co-exists noisily with the 
"partius socialius" and the "brainius brainus." 

The "humongous" can be identified by his 
craving for pigskin while the "brainius" silently 
munches double-fudge brownies in her cement 
block cubicle. The "partius" never eats; he only 
drinks — at select watering-holes such as the 
Lighthouse where he is sometimes joined by 
"humongous." 

Presiding over the premises is a rare and exotic 
species known as "dormus motherus," familiarly 
called Mrs. "M" by the inhabitants. Her usual 
stoic reverie is broken only by an occasional 
sounding of the fire alarm 



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Achcy, Lonny 68 
Adams, Alan 68, 69, 80 
Adams, t , F. 11 
Adams, Felix 16 
Adelgren, Lana 50 
Aguilera, Linda 63 
Aiken, Tim 50, 68 
Aitken, Alvin 50 
Alexander, Kim 50, 78 
Allen, lames 82 
Allison, loan 50, 66 
Allison, Kathy 40, 88 
Althouse, Terry 50 
Alvord, Ronald 50 
Anderson, Cindy 30 
Anderson, John 27 
Anderson, Mike 50 
Anderson, Reggie 70 
Anderson, Robert 24 
Applegale, Mark 50, 68 
Arbogast, Burl 27 
Argo, David 50 
Armstrong, Loretta 78 
Ashlock, Phil 50 
Atkinson, Loretta 50 
Austin, Richard 50 

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Badwey, Nick 50 
Bailey, Wynn 50 
Baird, )ohn 63 
Baker, Bernice 63 
Baker, lack 50, 93 
Baker, Rosalie 50 
Baker, Sheryle 50 
Bakhteari-Neiad, Farhad 63 
Baldwin, Mark 50 
Ball, Dana 50 
Ballin, Alvin 50 
Barnt, Troy 50, 82 
Basketball 74, 75, 76, 77 
Beckman, Ken 63, 68 
Beem, Bruce 50 
Beeson, Brad 50 
Bevis, Teresa 51 
Bibb, Jill 82 
Bickham, Beverly 51 
Bidwell, Bill 16, 90 
Biggs, loyce 12 
Bishop, Nancy 51, 86, 97 
Black Student Union 88 
Blackwell, Becky 51 
Blackwell, Melani 64 
Blair, Cheryl 51 
Blair, Tom 51 
Bland, Vic 31 
Blanton, Rita 51 
Board of Trustees 11 
Bobbett, Gary 51, 89 
Boone, Mona 51, 89 
Boucher, Dana 51 
Boucher, Howard 63 
Bourne, Richard 51 
Bourne, Ron 51 
Bowen, Flarold 63, 70 
Boyce, lerry 70 
Braden, Patricia 63 
Bratton, Andy 51 
Brenner, Sharon 51 
Brickley, Ian 40, 51 
Bnghtwell, Mary 51 
Brinkmeyer, Jay 19 
Britain, Sheryl 51 
Brooks, Diana 51 
Broomfield, Julie 51 
Brown, Brad 88 
Brown, Lonnie 63 
Brown, Myron 51 
Brown, Napoleon 63 
Brown, Rick 51 
Bruce, Bernell 40 
Bruington, Brenda 40 
Bruington, Melvin 51 
Brungart, Roxi 51 
Buhler, Don 40, 86 
Burhenn, Kala 51, 93 
Burk, Larry 63 
Burton, Ida Bell 48 
Busenitz, Elroy 63 
Butler, Robbie 51, 70, 72 
Byers, Dave 40 
Byrnas, Tom 63 

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Cahill, Raymond 64 



Cameron, Jack 51 
Camp, Jolene 51 
Campa, Mike 51 
Campbell, Lon 51 
Campus Crusade for Chirst 8 
Cano, Ricardo 40 
Carbon, Don 51, 88 
Carselowey, Bruce 51 
Carter, Jeanette 51 
Cartwright, Kathy 51, 92 
Cash, George 40 
Casper, George 40 
Castillo, Benny 52 
Castile, Steve 63 
Chamberlain, Gilbert 52, 68 
Chamberlain, Roy 40 
Chambers, Jerry 40 
Chase, Karen 52 
Chavez, Margaritta 52 
Chavez, Mary 41 
Chenoweth, Greg 41 
Cherryholmes, John 41 
Chesnut, Linda 41 
Chisham, Cynthia 41 
Chism, Robert 24 
Church, Rolland 52, 89 
Clark, Alvin 41, 70 
Clark, Lynn 41 
Clark, Nancy 52 
Classen, Evanelle 63 
Clay, Larry 52 
Clements, Howard 19 
Coble, Jill 52 
Cody, Lee Everett 48 
Coffel, Vicki 30 
Coleman, Marvin 52, 63 
Colhour, Susan 52 
Collins, Nancy 12 
Combs, Erma 41 
Conner, Donna 52 
Cnnor, Dona 52 
Coonrod, Barbara 12 
Cooper, Bruce 52 
Cooper, Michael 63 
Corbin, Joe 41 
Cornelius, Frank 52 
Couger, Pat 21 
Cowan, Brent 41 
Cowles, Don 41 
Cox, Cindy 52, 83 
Cox, Nora 52 
Cox, Robert 52, 76 
Crabtree, Van 52, 70, 97 
Cravens, James 41 
Criss, Bob 63 
Cubbage, Fred 41, 90 
Cuenca, Mike 52 
Cummings, Sara 12 
Cummins, William 10 
Cunningham, Daniel 41 
Cypert, Mike 41 



D'Alesio, Jim 70 
Daetwiler, Deborah 63 
Daniels, Sandy 63 
D'Annunzio, Judy 48 
Darnnell, Jean Ann 12 
Dater, Greg 41 
Dauber, Duane 14 
David, Ron 52 
Davidson, Davy 52, 68 
Davidson, Don 52 
Davin, Mike 48 
Davis, Craig 52 
Davis, Kim 63 
Davis, Stefanie 
Davison, Larry 63 
Davisson, Danny 41 
Dean, Debra 52 
Dean, Glenda 52 
Dearing, Marlynda 66 
DECA 89 

Deerinwater, Kim 52 
Deggs, Joe 41 
DeLeon, Art 52 
Dennett, Carl 41 
Dennett, Diana 52 
Dennis, Doug 63 
Denny, Tama 41 
Dettwiler, Steve 52 
Dienst, Jeremy 52 
Dillmon, Wanda 12 
Dillon, Joe 41 
Dimick, Lee 52, 70, 72 
Dixson, Mark 52, 68, 80 



Dohner, Ralph 52 
Doornbos, Jane 41 
Doughty, Kirk 52 
Douglas, Gary 4 
Douglass, Galen 52 
Drake, Charles 48 
Drouillard, Monica 52 
Dugger, Danette 52 
Duhardt, Greg 52 
Dunsford, Joyce 52 
Dunsford, Nancy 41 

— E — 

Earley, Mike 52 
Eastin, Tanya 52, 67 
Edwards, Brad 63 
Edwards, Terry 53, 86 
Elbert, Alvin 41, 70 
Ellis, Linda 53 
Ellis, Robert 53 
Elston, Loren 41, 70 
Engelbert, Debbie 53 
Engels, Don 53, 89 
English, Richard 53 
Ensz, Roland 22 
Ensz, Quentin 48 
Enckson, Jim 53 
Erikson, Darrel 19 
Erickson, Scott 53 
Ernest, Rodney 63 
Eschenbrenner, Beth 96 
Esau, Mike 41 
Essex, Nikki 48 
Etter, Jeff 53 
Ethington, Kevin 53 
Evans, Eddie 53 
Evenson, Logan 
Ewart, Charles 41 



Fair, Dan 53 
Farr, Janie 53 
Felts, Kathy 41 
Fink, Royal 53 
Fisher, David 53 
Fisher, Ruby 63 
Fitch, Mike 41 
Fitzgeralds, Mike 53, 70 
Fleming, James 41 
Foil?, Dave 53, 68 
Foraker, Kreg 53 
Ford, Hillary 63 
Ford, Sherry 53 
Forsyth, Patty 53 
Forsythe, Brian 63 
Frakes, Teresa 53 
Frantz, Rosemarie 63 
Frantz, Ruth 25 
Freeman, Jerry 41 
Frey, Janet 41 
Fritzler, Kurt 41 
Fuller, Charles 21 



Gage, Lance 41, 70 
Gann, Doug 53 
Garrison, David 41 
Gayer, Andy 53 
Gibb, Jill 41, 86 
Gibson, Carl 41 
Giesen, Billy 63 
Gilbert, Julie 41 
Gilchrist, Gary 53 
Gilhland, Don 82 
Glodowski, Julie 53 
Goering, Kenneth 27 
Goering, Jon 41 
Good, Mike 53 
Gould, James 54 
Gower, Diane 41 
Gragg, Thelma 54 
Graham, Troy 54 
Grant, Mary Jo 30 
Gray, Mark 54, 82 
Gregory, Richard 21 
Green, Jim 63 
Green, Tim 54 
Grier, Doug 54 
Griffith, Mark 41 
Groves, Dennis 54 
Grunder, Tony 54 
Gruver, Larry 54 
Gwinup, Delores 25 
Gwinup, Ruth 54 

- H — 
Haas, Lesa 54 



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Haines, Cindy 54 
Haines, Leona 22 
Hale, Cyndee 54, 86 
Hale, Mark 42, 89, 90 
Hall, Donna 48 
Hall, Mark 54 
Hall, Penny 54 
Hall, Rex 54 
Hall, Sieve 42, 70 
Hamilton, Craig 54 
Hammer, Mel 42 
Hammer, Rose 54 
Harback, lames 54 
Harden, Laura 54 
Harmon, Glenda 12 
Harmon, Tom 54, 80 
Harms, Kent 42, 74, 76 
Harpstrite, John 42 
Harrison, Teresa 63 
Harsh, Bob 42, 74, 76 
Hart, Ron 63 
Hatcher, Bradley 42 
Haunschild, Paul 54, 70 
Hawthorne, Bruce 42 
Heater, Penny 42 
Hein, Crystal 42 
Heinrich, Carl 8, 10 
Heinrich, Lee 54 
Heitzenrater, Rob 54 
Helmer, Kym 54 
Henn, Mary Ellen 42 
Henry, Don 63 
Helper, Michelle 63 
Herpich, Vicki 54, 78 
Herrin, David 54, 82, 83 
Hiegert, Keith 54 
Hersey, Glen 42, 70 
Hertel, Gary 21 
Hess, Teresa 42 
Hertel, Gerry 19 
Hiebert, Clyde 21 
Hiebert, Gary 42, 70 
Higgins, Rodney 42, 70 
Higgs, Dan 54 
Highbarger, |odi 42 
Hillman, Arleata 63 
Hinnen, Debbie 25 
Hittle, lames 11 
Hittle, Jan 42 
Hobson, Alan 54 
Hinnen, Debbie 25 
Hodgens, Julie 42 
Hodgens, Kay 63 
Hoffmann, Ray 42 
Hoggah, Alan 42, 74 
Holeman, Tim 55 
Holinde, Renee 42, 66 
Holliday, Janet 48 
Holliman, Eugene 55 
Holmes, Mark 42, 74 
Holmes, Wendell 55, 70 
Honey, Curtis 42, 82 
Hoover, Richard 55, 63 
Hoover, Richard 55 
hlopkins, Nancy 48 
Hoskins, Roger 55 
Hosey, Connie 63 
Houch, Sheryl 63 
Howard, Michael 63 
Hulse, Mark 55 
Hund, Joseph 55, 74 
Hungerford, Greg 55, 70 
Hus, Connie 42 
Hutchins, Sheryl 55, 76 
Hutson, Eddie 55 
Hyle, Steve 42 

- I — 

Ingmire, Steve 55, 70 
Isbili, Kitt 42, 67 
Isom, Ollie 22, 68, 69 



Jackson, Casey 43 
Jackson, Edlridge 70 
Jackson, Gail 43 
Jackson, Phil 43 
Jacobs, Jack 55 
Jacobs, Teddy 48 
James, Barbara 55 
James, Marc 55 
Jansson, Sharron 55 
Jantz, Ray 83 
Jesscr, Lonnie 43 
liggetts, Leon 55 
Jimenez, Nick 55 



Johnson, Cindy 55 
Johnson, Jocelyn 63 
Johnson, Sally 55 
Johnson, Tony 43 
Johnston, William 55 
Johnston, Gary Lee 43 
Jones, Bryon 55 
Jones, Edward 11 
Jones, Keith 55, 74 
Jones, Ron 74 
Jones, William 55 
Jordan, Brad 43 
Jordan, Dana 55, 78 
Jorns, Mark 68 
Joyce, Rick 55 
Juul, Peter 55 

- K - 

Kallenberger, Audrey 55 
Kassebaum, G., E 11 
Kaufman, Mike 56 
Keast, Tom 43 
Keehn, Fred 43 
Kelley, Diane 56 
Kellison, Mark 68 
Kelly, Leslie 43 
Kelly, Rosemary 12 
Kennedy, Larry 43 
Kenedy, Rita 56 
Keplar, Kermit 63 
Kerns, Mary 43 
Ketteman, Mike 63, 90 
King, Brad 56 
King, Kenna 43 
King, Louise 48 
Kimbley, Debby 63 
Kimbro, Kim 43, 90 
Kittle, John 43 
Kittle, Lita 56 
Klabzuba, Doug 56 
Klassen, Warren 56 
Kleiwer, David 56 
Kling, Jim 43 
Kling, Michael 48 
Knowles, Coeta 56 
Koheman, Susan 56 
Kohls, Everett 70, 78 
Kokrda, Kevin 43, 70 
Kramer, Keith 43 
Kraouse, Gayl 21 
Krause, Kay 30 
Krause, Matt 82 
Krouse, Shane 56, 82 
Kreller, Herbert 22 
Kreller, Kathleen 63 
Kreller, Robert 43 
Kruger, Leah 56 
Kuntz, Debbie 43 

- L — 

Lacoss, Dan 56 
LaLonde, Steve 43 
Lamb, Dennis 56 
Lang, Jeanna 56 
Lantern 90 
Larsen, Bruce 56 
Lawson, Randy 64 
Lay, John 22 
Leach, James 64 
Leafty, Greg 56, 82 
Ledbetter, Calvin 56, 68 
Lee, Jerry 70 
Leiker, Edith 43 
Leonard, Emma 13 
Levitt, Stacey 56 
Lewellyn, James 56 
Lewis, Mark 56 
Lies, Dale 56 
Lightle, Steve 10 
L i II, Curtis 56 
Lindenbaum, Regen 48 
Lindsay, Harold 43 
Lindsey, Keith 64 
Lingwood, Maureen 56 
Linnell, Don 56 
Litchfield, Steve 48 
Litton, Cheryl 56 
Livingston, Wayne 11 
Logsdon, Connie 56, 97 
Lohman, Robert 56 
Long, Ray 56 
Longfellow, David 16 
Longfellow, Shirley 19 
Lore, Ben 56 
Lowrance, Herbert 43 
Lowrance, Pat 30 
Lucas, Trena 56 



Luck, Steven 56 
Lyn< h, Louis 56 
Lyle, Jack 42 

- M - 

Madding, Jeff 56 
Malone, Jeanette, 66, 67 
Mangels, Donald 27 
Mann, Bill 43 
Manning, Cindy 43 
Marsh, Diane 57, 78 
Marshall, Rod 64 
Martens, Dennis 27 
Martin, Brian 57 
Martin, David 43 
Mayes, Kathy 43 
Mayes, Ronald 57 
Mayfield, Jimmy 27 
McAllister, Brenda 43 
McChesney, Shavaun 44, 86 
McCoy, Karla 57 
McCraken, Curt 57 
McDermeit, Susan 57, 67, 78 
McDonald, John 57 
McFall, Delia 57 
McGraw, Craig 44 
McGreedy, Jan 44 
McKenzie, Ted 44, 70, 74, 77 
M< Kinney, Leonard 10 
MiKown, Ri<hard 57 
McLinden, Brad 57 
McLmden, Brian 57 
McLaughlin, Creig 44 

Mr Millian, Barry 57 
Meade, Roger 44 
Merrill, Mitch 44 
Meis, James 64 
Melchar, Nancy 57 
Merstetter, Deborah 64 
Merz, Debra 64 
Meyers, Bill 57, 68 
Michaels, Scott 57, 70 
Michels, Steve 57 
Middleton, Judy 57 
Mies, Jack 57 
Mikkelson, Tom 57 
Miller, Kathy 44 
Miller, Marshall 44, 70 
Miller, Scott 44 
Mills, Anita 57 
Mills, Marcia 44 
Miner, Graynelle 44 
Mirt, Kelly 57 
Mirt, Russell 57, 70 
Mitchell, Clay 57 
Mock, Bob 57, 68 
Molavi, Vassei 44 
Moody, Larry 44 
Moore, Ron 57, 64 
Morgan, Steve 57, 74 
Morrow, Jan 57 
Mosiman, Rhonda 44 
Munarty, Nita 97 
Murry, Ramona 13 
Morton, Steven 57 
Mousharadeh, Firooz 44 
Moultry, Freddie 57, 74 
Mozingo, Debbie 5 
Murphy, Marcia 44 
Murphy, Marilyn 44 
Murnllo, Steve 24 
Myer, John 44 

— N — 

Nace, Debbie 57 

Nadari, Parvis 57 

Nash, Elmo 21 

Nellans, Elaine 44 

Nelson, David, "Nubs" 10, 14 

Nelson, Nancy 57 

Nelson, Rebecca 57 

Newcom, Jackson 64 

Newland, Stacy 57 

Nitchcock, Rolland 57 

Nixon, Terry 57 

Noble, Jim 57 

Noeller, Richard 44 

Norrick, Ed 57 

Norrick, Jennifer 44 

Norris, Marianne 57 

Northrop, Curtis 57 

Norton, Steve 58, 70 

Nuessen, Martha 58 

- O - 

Oborg, Craig 58 
O'Brien, Pat 44 



MM 



Ogg, Herman 89 
Ohl, Danny 58, 89 
hi, Jim 27 
Oliver, Mark 58 
Olson, Kristin 58, 82 
O'Neill, Maryann 58 
Opfar, Floyd 58 
Ott, karla 58 
Owens, Bridget 58 



Paddock, Lee 44 
Page, Ron 58 
Palmer, Roger 58 
Parker, Kathy 58 
Parker, Marshall 64 
Patten, Darryl 82, 83 
Patterson, Cheryl 45 
Pavelchak, Gail 58 
Payne, Tom 70 
Pearson, Dale 58 
Peffly, Jerry 48, 68 
Penner, Larry 45 
Pennington, Charles 14 
Pennington, Dorinda 58 
Petersen, Debbie 45, 66 
Peterson, Susie 58 
Peterson, Susie 58 
Pettus, Wilfred 21 
Phillips, Barry 58 
Phillips, |im 64 
Phillips, Marilyn 58 
Pickkard, Stacy 58, 86 
Pierce, Marchelle 58 
Pinales, lose 14 
Pinkerton, Randy 58 
Place, Cindy 58 
Place, Pat 12 
Plumley, Kathy 58 
Plummer, Elizabeth 64 
Poe, Paul 45 
Pontious, David 58, 74 
Pope, Reggie 70 
Pratt, Kim 13 
Prewitt, Debbie 58, 67, 78 
Prewitt, Teresa 45 
Price, Cynthia 58, 66, 67, 78 
Prigmore, Donna 58 
Prigmore, Jayne 58 
Prohodsky, Betty 16 
Province, Monte 74 



Rader, Vona 48, 67, 78, 86 
Radmardan, Shahnaz 64 
Ratts, Mark 64 
Ray, Arlyn 45, 92 
Ray, Bob 14 
Ray, Mike 45 
Reed, John 48 
Reeder, Dan 70 
Reid, Rosie 64 
Remsberg, Dale 70, 80 
Richards, Frank 45 
Richardson, Essex 70 
Richardson, Hugh 16 
Richardson, Ricky 74 
Richmond, Jim 45 
Rife, Joel 45 
Ring, Kathy 64 
Roberts, Marsha 64 
Roembach, Cindy 97 
Rogers, Jo Ann 16 
Roney, Rex 68 
Fose, Flaxn 45 
Ruark, Cary 45 
Rudiger, Roger 68 



Sailor, Tom 45 
Samms, Cary 45 
Samp, Craig 45 
Sampson, David 64 
Sander, Carla 89 
Sanger, Dave 70 
Scanlon, Bob 45 
Schnake, Elcia 45 
Schneider, Denise 45 
Schuler, Clayton 64 
Scott, Daryl 45 
Scott, Cordon 45 
Seager, Ronald 19 
Seaton, Maria 45 
Seeber, Alfreda 45 



Seymour, Roy 14 
Shackelford, Don 64 
Sharp, Doug 46 
Shaw, Dorothy 13 
Shipley, Curt 74 
Shiroky, Cherilee 46 
Shogren, Brad 70 
Shulze, Marilyn 25 
Siebenaler, Paul 46 
Skinner, Wendy 46, 66 
Slabodnik, Robert 48 
Slabough, Mike 46, 82 
Slaymaker, Marilyn 64 
Smith, Betty 46 
Smith, Marjorie 46 
Smith, Robert 64 
Smith, William 60 
Snodgrass, Gladys 12 
Solis, Mary 64 
Solis, Randy 46 
Sontag, Stephanie 60 
Sowder, Debbie 46 
Sowder, Carla 60 
Spencer, Kris 46 
Spencer, Vic 60, 70 
Sphar, Patsy 46 
Springer, Phyllis 46 
Springer, Steve 60 
Staats, Anna 12 
Staats, Debbie 46 
Staats, Dianne 60 
Stahl, Susan 60 
Slallbaumer, Bob 60, 70 
Starkey, Cindy 60 
Starnes, Jackie 46 
Stead, Joyce 60 
Stebbins, Mary Louise 13 
Steeby, Beverly 60, 67 
Steven, Geddes 64 
Stevens, Michael 60 
Stevenson, Scott 60, 82 
Stewart, Gayrick 60, 74, 77 
Stewart, James 60 
Stewart, Susan 64 
Stiles, Brad 46 
Storey, Paula 48 
Stout, Gail 46 
Stout, Kevin 60 
Strain, Jolene 60 
Strain, Judy 31 
Strong, Allen 74 
Strotkamp, Don 60 
Strotkamp, Patricia 46 
Sullivan, Carol 64 
Sullivan, Cynthia 64 
Sutter, lerry 60 
Sundgren, Jane 60 
Snyder, Don 46 
Sweet, Steve 70 

— T — 

Tackett, Gail 60, 82 
Tennyson, Rob 70 
Theis, Phil 21 
Thompson, Audie 46 
Thompson, Brian 70 
Thompson, Eddy 70 
Thompson, Kathy 46 
Thompson, Sue 46 
Timmons, Kathy 64 
Tipping, Larry 47, 70 
Tisch, Herman 14 
Toburen, Don 16 
Torneden, Fred 68 
Track 80 

Trammell, Mike 47, 70 
Trent, Bill 31 
Triana, Cayetano 47 
Trimmell, Robberta 47 
Trimmel, Wayne 47 
Trogdeln, Horrell 47, 68 
Turner, Carl 61, 70 
Twietmeyer, Lynne 64 
Tyler, Terry 61 
Tyson, Marilyn 61, 78 

- U — 

Underwood, Greta 47 
Unger, Ralph 11 
Unruh, Richard 47 
Unruh, Shelly 61 
Unruh, Steve 47 



VanBuren, Mark 78 
VanBurean, Pam 78 



Van Buren, Roosevelt 61 
Vanfleet, Craig 61 
Vann, Brian 61 
Vaught, Susan 61 
Vazirian, Nasser 47 
Vice, Michael 48 
Vogelman, Kimberly 47 
Vernon, Tom 61, 68, 90 
Voegeli, Nadine 61 
Vogt, Roger 47, 61 
Vogts, Debbie 47, 67 
Vonfeldt, Tom 61 
Voth, Kirsta 48 

— W — 

Waggoner, Monty 61 

Wagoner, Robin 68 

Wakefield, Joe 61 

Walbourn, Edwin 8 

Walker, Steve 61 

Wallace, Robin 61, 78 

Waller, Debbie 47, 86 

Wallingford, David 61 

Waltman, Marie 12 

Walton, Myrna 61 

Ward, lack 47 

Ward, Sandra 47 

Ward, Vernon 61 

Ward, Wesley 47 

Ware, Gary 61 

Warren, Sherry 64 

Wartick, Gary 47 

Washington, Bobby 47, 74, 77 

Watkins, Nancy 61, 67, 86 

Watson, Pam 47 

Webster, Allen 47 

Weisbecker, John 61 

West, Mike 61 

Wheat, David 47 

Wheeler, Belinda 61, 67 

Wheeler, Lance 61, 70 

White, Dennis 61 

White, Janet 61 

Whitson, Debbie 61, 82, 83 

Whitson, Retha 64 

Whitted, Anita 47 

Whittington, Kelly 61, 70 

Wiebe, Larry 64 

Williams, Doc 14 

Williams, Floyd 64, 96 
Williams, Robert 47, 70 
Williamson, Kathy 47 
Willis, Jimmy 64 
Wilson, Bill 47 
Wilson, Bryan 47 
Wilson, Eric 61 
Wilson, Karen 60, 61, 67 
Wilson, Ron 10 
Wilson, Steve 47 
Wimberly, Karma 64 
Winegarner, Adela 64 
Wing, Mike 62 
Winger, Cheryl 47 
Wintermote, Rod 62 
Wischropp, Ted 10, 16 
Wise, Nancy 62 
Witherspoon, Maxine 62, 64 
Wohlgemuth, Kathy 47, 86 
Woodhng, Randall 62 
Woods, Richard 62, 64, 70 
Work, Mike 47 
Worrell, Dent 48 
Worrell, Kathy 48 
Wright, Hiram 62, 70 
Wright, |ohn 70 
Wright, Lori 62 
Wright, Mary Ann 62 
Wrigght, Rosann 64 
Wyant, |im 47, 62 
Wytch, Gerald 47 
Wyssmann, Patricia 64 

— X — 

— Y — 

Yargan, Craig 47 
Yarnall, Joyce 62 
Yee, Yvonne 47 
Yocum, Steve 62 
Yokel, David 64 
Young, Becky 62 
Young, Gary 62 
Young, Robert 70 

— Z - 

Ziegler, Jennie 62 
Zuercher, Dennis 14 



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THE GRIZZLY 

Spring Supplement 
1976 















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Tracksters 3rd 
in conference 

Track and field Grizzlies ended 
the season with a third place ranking 
in the Jayhawk Conference. 

Six Butler men including Al Ad- 
ams, Kenny Beckman, Rex Roney, 
Willy Bell, Joe Deggs and Fred Tor- 
neden qualified for the nationals 
with wins at the Region VI meet in 
Hutchinson. Al Adams was the only 
Grizzly to make it into the finals at 
nationals where he looked good in 
the 1500 meter run. 



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Golfers rank 
5th in league 



Jim Richmond highlighted the golf 
season for Butler by qualifying for the 
national tournament in Galveston. 

Coach Charlie Harris directed a six 
member squad to a fifth place finish at 
conference. 

Mitch Merrill was named to the sec- 
ond team All Conference and finished 
eighth overall in the league. Jim Rich- 
mond and Kelly Mirt finished 22 and 24 
respectively. Other members included 
Richard English, Brad King and Mark 
Schear. 




TEAM MEMBERS pictured are (From Left) Kelly Mirt, Richard English, Jim Rich- 
mond, Mitch Merrill. 



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TRACK STALWARTS among the women include (From Left) Kitt Isbill, 
Coach Jeanette Malone, Bev Steeby, Pam Van Buren, Cynthia Price. 



Women tracksters small in number 



Although only four women finished the 
track season this spring, each one of them 
placed for Butler in a competitive track 
meet. Pam Van Buren and Kitt Isbill, soph- 
omores, and Beverly Steeby and Cynthia 
Price, freshmen were the women who 
carried the colors for Butler in intercolle- 
giate competition. 

At the Butler County Relays, Isbill 
placed second in the discus and Price 
placed fourth in the same event. At the 



Hesston Invitational Steeby won third in 
the high jump asnd Van Buren was fifth. 
Price came through with a second in jave- 
lin and third in discus at the same trial. 
Isbill was fourth in the discus. 

The Hutchinson Relays found Butler 
winning with Steeby garnering a second 
place in high jump and fourth in long 
jump. Van Buren took a sixth in the same 
event. 

Jeanette Malone coached the team. 



Intramurals 
are popular 



Butler had a successful intramura 
season in three sports: coed volleyball, 
coed table tennis and men's basketball. 
The programs provide students with a 
chance to get together on the campus 
for friendly competition. 

The champion volleyball team was 
"The Bombers," comprised of Debbie 
Vogt, Jan Megredy, Kala Burhenn, Alan 
Hoggat, Steve Fletcher and Mike Esau. 

Winners of the table tennis tourna- 
ment were: men's; John Meyer's, first; 
Ricky Richardson, second; women's; 
Cynthia Price, first; Beverly Steeby, sec- 
ond. 

Seven teams participated in intramu- 
ral basketball involving approximately 
50 men. "SWAT" won the champion- 
ship with a win-loss record of 6-0. 
SWAT members included Marshall 
Parker, Craig Davis, Ed Thompson, John 
Wright, Benny Castile, Mike Stevens 
and Wendell Holmes. 





WINNERS OF the volleyball trophy receive the award from Jeanette Malone. They are (From Left) Kala Burhenn, Jan 
Megredy, Debbie Vogt and Steve Pletcher, Mike Esau, Alan Hoggatt. 



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ARC offers 

varied 

courses 

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The Adult Resource Center, located 
off-campus in downtown El Dorado, 
has been a part of BCCC for ten years. 
The center is a part of the college's 
program for reaching out to the com- 
munity. 

Varied programs of general and spe- 
cific interest are offered to the general 
public. 

One of the most popular areas of the 
center is the facility for studying and 
testing for the GED. 

Four counties are included in the 
area the Resource Center serves. In ad- 
dition to the El Dorado center, there 
are several setellite centers. 

Joy Choens is director of the center 
with a staff of seven. 




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Nurse Club organized 



THE NURSING CLUB'S primary function is to pro- 
vide a form of organization for the student nurses 
at Butler. Four student representatives attended 
the National Student Nurse Association conven- 
tion in Kansas City in the spring along with the 
sponsor, Debbie Hinne. (1) Ida Burton and Paula 
Storey are training at Susan B. Allen Memorial 
Hospital. (2) Club officers pictured are (From Left) 
Christa Voth, student/faculty representative; 
Randi Solis, Caroline Pyles, student government 
representatives; Donna Prigmore, secretary-trea- 
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Outreach grows 



The Outreach program which began on a small scale 
in the fall of 1974 came into full swing in the spring of 
1976 with approximately 300 persons enrolled in var- 
ious classes in communities surrounding El Dorado. 

A broad specturm of classes are offered varying from 
belly dancing to advanced mathematics. 

The largest off-campus situation is at McConnell Air 
Base in Wichita where many classes are offered primar- 
ily in academics. 



Ted Wischropp, language instructor, was named full 
time administrator for the outreach program during 
the spring semester. (Wischropp is pictured in upper 
photo opposite page counseling an airman from 
McConnell.) 

The Outreach program has great growth potential 
and is one of the most rapidly expanding facets of 
college life both at Butler and throughout the nation, 
according to Dr. Carl Heinrich, president. 








VICTORIOUS team members include (From Left) Rolland Church, 
Craig Hamilton, Kathy Mayes, Tony Crunder, Mona Boone, Mark 



Hale, Brad Edwards, Brian Forsythe. Gail Stotts, national winner, is 
not pictured. 



DECA wins national honors 



Members of the BCCC DECA (Distributive 
Education Clubs of America) chapter won the 
first place in the national contest this spring 
with the chapter marketing research project. 

The award was given at the national convention 
in Chicago which the chapter attended. 

The chapter research project was presented 
by Mark Hale. Members of Butler's chapter 
won eleven other national awards. 



Gail Stotts, Tony Grunder, and Rolland 
Church won individual awards. Ohter students 
from Butler attending and competing in the 
national contest in Chicago were Kathy Mayes, 
Craig Hamilton. Brad Edwards, Brian Forsythe, 
and Mona Boone. 

Dr. Herman Ogg is director of the DECA 
program for Butler. He developed the program 
for the college five years ago. 



112 



Purple honors scholars 



The highest scholastic honors granted to sopho- 
more students at Butler is the Order of the Purple. !n 
order for students to qualify for this honor they must 
have an overall grade point average for the two years 
of 3.25. 

Order of the Purple has been in existence at BCCC 
since 1937 when te order was organized to recog- 
nize the scholastic achievement of students. 

Students eligible for election to the Order were 
honored at the traditional banquet in the Student 



Union on April 30. Wayne Livingston, a member of 
the Board of Trustees, was the guest speaker at the 
banquet. Betty Prohodsky was chairwoman for the 
arrangements, and Gayle Krause was master of cere- 
monies. 

After the final computation of grades at the end of 
the sophomore year, a student is issued a certificate 
of achievement if he or she has earned the coveted 
award for excellence. (The complete list of Order of 
the Purple recipients is given on page 116.) 




ORDER OF THE PURPLE members who are pictured at gradu- 
ation ceremonies include Don Buhler, Roy Chamberlain, Jodi 
Highbarger, Mary Ellen Henn, Cayetano Triano, Cherilee Shir- 
ocky, Jan Megredy, Mike Esau, Judy Hamm, Connie Hus, Sandra 
Ward, Marshall Miller, Suzanne Reeb, Nancy Dunsford, Tom 



Mann, Charles Sexon, Anita Whitted, Quentin Ensz, Steve 
Pletcher, Casey Jackson, Rhonda Mosiman, Marsha Murphy, 
Shavaun McChesny, Phyllis Spring, Richard Unruh, Bob Harsh, 
Patricia Strotkamp 



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Mission 
Accomplished 



Graduation ceremonies were held 
on May 24 for 168 students at Butler. 

Charles E. Heilmann, El Dorado 
municipal court judge and faculty 
member at Wichita State University, 
gave the commencement address. 

Ralph W. Unger, vice-chairman of 
the Board of Trustees, presented the 
degrees to the graduating sopho- 
mores. 





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1976 Graduating Class Numbers 168 



CANDIDATES FOR ORDER OF 

PURPLE 
Stephen Abraham, A.S. 
Eldon Leroy Austin, A.S. 
Donald Gene Buhler, A. A. 
Roy Chamberlain, A.S. 
Nancy Joan Dunsford, A. A. 
Quentin James Ensz, A. A. 
Mike Alan Esau, A. A. 
Jonathan Craig Goering, A. A. 
Judy Ann Hamm, A. A. 
Robert Ray Harsh, A. A. 
LaVerne M. Helmer, A. A. 
Mary Ellen Henn, A. A. 
Jodi Janelle Highbarger, A. A. 
Connie Lyn Hus, A. A. 
Casey Layne Jackson, A. A. 
Julia Ann Laramore, A. A. 
Thomas Clifford Mann, A.S. 
Shavaun Kay McChesney, A. A. 
Jan Lee Megredy, A. A. 
Marshall Dean Miller, A. A. 
Rhonda Lynn Mosiman, A.S. 
Marcia Murphy, A. A. 
Andrew W. Norwood, A.S. 
Debbie Petersen, A. A. 
Stephen Eugene Pletcher, A. A. 
Suzanne Marie Reeb, A.S. 
Joel C. Rife, A A. 
Donald Ray Robinson, A. A. 
Charles Frederick Sexson, A. A. 
Cherilee June Shiroky, A. A. 
Phyllis Spring, A. A. 
Patricia Helen Strokamp, A. A. 
Kathryn Sue Thompson, A. A. 
Larry Gene Traudt, A.S. 
Cayetano Cevero Triana, A. A. 
Richard Allen Unruh, A. A. 
Gordon Scott Ward, A. A. 
Sandra Katherine Ward, A. A. 
David John Weat, A. A. 
Anita Lynn Whitted, A. A. 
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE 
Lonny Gene Achey 



Kathryn llene Allison 
Loretta Jane Armstrong 
Ralph Michael Arnett 
Steve Kent Austin 
William Dale Barnes 
Nicki Bing 
Ronald Blackwell 
James Bradford Brandt 
Gail Elaine Broomfield 
Bradford W. Brown 
Robert Charles Burton 
David Rowe Byers 
Arthur Cameron 
Mary Chavez 

Gregory Scott Chanoweth 
John Thomas Cherryholmes 
Joseph William Corbin 
Don Edward Cowles 
Marlynda Ann Dearing 
Hoseph Reynaud Deggs, II 
Steven Patrick Kenny 
Randall Scott Duncan 
Richard Clinton English 
Logan Leslie Evenson 
Cahrles Ray Ewart 
Deborah Lynn Fagg 
Janice Marie Farr 
James Fleming 
Donna Hall 
Kent Dean Harms 
Penny Heater 
Joe Craig Henderson 
Robert Lynn Highbarger 
Jan Dreau Hittle 
Merrill Dean Hodgden 
Jole M. Hodgens 
Charles Alan Hoggatt 
Mark B. Holms 
Nancy Elaine Hopkins 
Stephen Kent Hyle 
Teddi Kittannya Isbill 
Teddy Lynn Jacobs 
Gary Lee Johnston 
Audrey Anne Kallenberger 



Frederick Michael Keehn 
Mark Lane Keliison 
Larry S. Kennedy 
Kemmy Don Kinbro 
Kenna Sue King 
John Mark Kittle 
Keith Allen Kramer 
Robert Walter Kreller 
Rebecca Nydia Lasman 
Larry Ledbetter 
Mitchell Harris Merrill 
Larry Moody 
Gary Gene Morrison 
John Dwayne Myers 
Elaine Lugene Nellans 
Alexis June Noble 
Roger A. Palmer 
Thomas Michal Payne 
Jerry Marc Peffly 
Debbie L. Peterson 
Teresa Lynn Prewitt 
Vona Rader 
Arlyn Deen Ray 
James Kent Richmond, Jr. 
Joel Capper Rife 
Chester Leroy Roach 
Gary Ray Samms 
Craig Alan Samp 
Gregory Duane Saxton 
Thomas Lee Schisler 
Daryl Edgar Scott 
Ava D. Seward 
Douglas Sharp 
Paul Nicholas Siebenaler 
Robert Dean Simmons 
Michael Slabugh 
Robert A. Slabodnik 
Peggy Smith 
Terry D. Smith 
Phyllis Maxine Spring 
Jacqueline Ann Starns 
Allen Otis Strong 
David Lynn TeWinkle 
Kathryn Sue Thompson 



Wayne Trimmell 

Horrell Casbier Trogdlen 

Richard Allen Unruh 

Kemberly Blaine Vogelman 

Brian George Vogt 

Debra May Vogts 

Debra Kay Waller 

Jack Terry Ward 

Wesley Charles Ward 

Pamela Kay Watson 

Allen Dale Webster 

Steve Robert Wilson 

Mervyn Wiltshire 

Kathleen Jan Wohlgemuth 

Gary Alan Wyatt 

Jerald Lynn Wytch 

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE 

DEGREE 
Andrew Alvarez 
Howard Ellsworth 
Willie Bell 
Robert Lynn Clark 
Roger William Edwards 
Alan Epperson 
Michael Fitch 
Jerry Joe Freeman 
Renee Marie Holinde 
Cora Abigail Jackson 
Daniel Kaufman 
Crystal Louise Light 
Larry S. Light 
Michael Lingvai 
Timothy Gene Riggle 
David E. Sook 
Robert Arthur Stebbins 
Steve Kenneth Unruh 
John Owen Van Sickle 
Darrell Austin Vincent 
Steve Alan Waller 
Jack Lee Willis 
Dent E. Worrell 



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