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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 




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Leadership guides college 




Rt. Rev. Thomas J. Havlik OSB, Chancellor. 




Board of Trustee Chairman Thomas Culligan, Fr. Daniel Kucera OSB, and Scholl family members unveil portrait of William M. Scholl at the 
Science Learning Center dedication. 



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Rev. Daniel W. Kucera OSB, President. 



Jean Hayes, secretary to Fr. Dan. 



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Kathryn Schleimer, secretary to Mr. Dyba. 



Thomas J. Dyba, Executive Vice President. 



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Dolores Levine, secretary to Mr. Thomas Rich. 




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Thomas Rich, Director of Admissions. 




Offices manage academic affairs 

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Rev. Eugene Hemrick, Director, School of Catechetics. 




Norbert Farnaus, Director of Continuing Education. 



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(L to R) Mary Sue Gladis, Emanuel Williams and Dulcie Corkill, 
Admissions Counselors. 




Gloria Tysl, Dean of Faculty and Instruction. 



Ida Black, secretary to Ms. Tysl. 





Thomas Sullivan, Director, Institute for Management. 



Sylvia White, Director of Cooperative Education. 




Ada Bleecker, Admissions Receptionist. 



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Administrators assist students 




Michael Madach, Productions Managing Director. 



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Gerald Czerak, Director of Communications. 




Sister Alma Brothers OSB, Director of Student Financial Aid and 
secretary Jean Kovac. 



Geraldine Curley and Elizabeth Puis, College Nurses. 



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Finance staff works for stability 




Rev. Joseph Chang OSB, Controller. 




Marlene Lester, Finance Office Manager. 




L.R. Chase, Vice President for Finance. 



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William Rieser, Assistant to the Business Manager. 



Bro. Sebastian Kuhn OSB, College Postmaster. 



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Executors help promote IBC 




Fred Hodoval, Director of Development. 






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Edward Carroll, Director of Corporate Development. 



Barb Bernhard, Administrative Assistant to the President. 




Walter Block, Director of Grants and Special Projects. 



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Peg Schmaleft and Fran Leitherer, Secretaries in Development Office. 

Development: Key to the future 





Gay Miyakawa, Alumni Director, (not pictured) Rev. Stanley Vesely OSB, Alumni Coordinator. 



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AIDP looks 
towards future 




Receptionists in the Academic Advising Center. 





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Dr. Ralph Meeker, AIDP Coordinator. 




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Advising center established 




Dr. Gerald Stacy, Director of Testing and Basic Skills. 



An academic advising center was 
established as a part of the student 
life systems area of the Advanced In- 
stitutional Development Program. 

Under the direction of Fr. David 
Turner OSB, it served to aid students 
in planning academic advancement, 
career development, basic skills 
training, and recruitment of low in- 
come and minority studnets. 

Assisting Fr. David were Dr. Gerald 
Stacy, Director of Testing and Basic 
Skills, and Mr. Ken Tyskiewicz, 
Director of Career Planning and 
Placement. 

Another member of the advising 
center was Mrs. Alice Pacocha, the 
school registrar. 




Mr. Ken Tyskiewicz, Director of Career Planning and 
Placement. 





Mrs. Alice Pacocha, Registrar. 



Fr. David Turner OSB, Dean of Academic Services. 



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Student Marion Bertellotti learns from dissection 



Biology: Anatomy of nature 




Mr. Richard Grossberg. 



Dr. Lawrence Kamin. 



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Chem. Dept. researches protein 




Learning the basics in General Chemistry lab. 



Dr. Wayne Wesolowski. 



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Economics Dept. expands staff 




Dr. Margarete Paulus Roth, chairman. 




Mr. Soyon Lee. (not pictured) Mr. Jeffrey Madura 



Mr. James Luckey. 




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Fr. David Turner OSB, Ph.D. 



Education Dept. prepares teachers 





Dr. Philip Bean. 



Dr. Gloria Tysl 



Fr. Christian Ceplecha OSB, chairman. 



History advances understanding 




Dr. Joel Setzen. 



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Language widens foreign scene 




Dr. Luz Maria Alvarez. 



Fr. Leo reveals 
the fine arts 



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Mr. George Koehler. 





Mr. David Champlin, chairman. 



Fr. Leo Vancura OSB. 



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Literature and communications expand 




Dr. John O'Brien. 



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Mathematical sciences progress 




Dr. Rose Carney, chairman. 



Dr. Phyllis Kittel. 




Mr. James Meehan 





Fr. Paul Tsi, Ph.D. and Fr. Richard Shonka OSB. 



Ms. Eileen Clark. 



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Music dept. rejuvenates organ 




Ms. Rosalie Loeding. 



Fr. Alban Hrebic OSB, chairman. 




Above: Mr. Andrew Marchese. 
Bottom right: Eye witnessing the 
rejuvenated theatre organ. 



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Philosophy Dept. 
teaches thought 




Dr. Bernard Toussaint, chairman. 



Political Science 
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Dr. Christopher Kornaros. 



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Mr. Anthony LaScala. 








Dr. James Bell, chairman. 



Mr. Bruce Coleman. 



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Mr. Kevin Downs. 




Mr. John Ostrowski. 

(not pictured) Ms. Mary Sarubbi. 



Ms. Barb Kane. 



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Physics and Engineering depts. 




Dr. Lynell Cannell. 



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Religious Studies 




Dr. James Gaffney. (not pictured) Dr. Ann Cossette. 




Bro. Finian Taylor OSB, acting chairman, (not pictured) Fr. Julian Duerbeck OSB. 



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Psychology and Sociology depts. 




Fr. Robert Rogalski, chairman. 



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not pictured: Gregory Connor, Kevin Burke, James Linday. 



Mr. William Burke 



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Library Aids in 
Intellectual advancement 




Mary Gail Adams, student library worker. 



LIBRARY STAFF: (L to R standing) Joan Hopkins, Reference Librarian; Rickya Bresser; Mae Stewart, Serials 
Librarian; Marie Yager; Catherine Zaborac; Pauline Lechanitre; Diane Theodore; (L to R sitting) Joe Zderad; 
Craig Eben; Burt Thompson, Director of Library Services; Fr. Albert Ondriska OSB, Public Service Librarian; 
Fr. Vitus Buresh, OSB, Technical Service Librarian. 




Fr. Albert Ondriska takes notice of library activity. 



Craig Eben and Joe Zderad discuss library matters. 



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Student managers: (L to R) Jan Aeschliman, Bernie Cafe heads: (L to R) Bob Nohl, Craig Evans. 

Reusz, Donna Hennessy. 

Cafe keeps IBC running smoothly 




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ACTIVITIES 




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Leadership 
Planning 




Representatives of clubs attend SAB meeting. 



New business at SAB meeting invites interest. 





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Junior class officers 




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Sophomore class officers. 



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SAB Executive Board: (L to R) Marge Colby — secretary, Eileen McAuliffe — social chairman, Joan Bosnak — 
president, Jeff Javors — vice president and Jan Svoboda — treasurer. 




Key: SAB's 
Success 



For the first time ever, the SAB Ex- 
ecutive Board consisted of four 
women and one man. Despite what 
some saw as a lopsidedness, the 
student activity board successfully 
ran the events of the year. 

A wide range of activities were 
held, including: a weekend camping 
trip, folk singers, and Irish night, two 
Polka parties, the annual outdoor 
concert, and a successful Home- 
coming and Winter Weekend. 

This year's board also became 
more active in controlling the budgets 
of campus clubs and organizations. 



SAB members discuss budgetary problems at meeting. 



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Senators debate curriculum 




Dr. Baker heads the academic senate. 




Interested students discuss topics with Dr. Roth including the new 
proposed liberal education core. 



Senators question CLEP guidelines. 



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More people? 



Here we come! 



Cafe activities break routine 




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Business during the lunch hour. 




That's some dinner. 



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FLUX STAFF: (seated) Advisor Gerald Czerak, (L to R) Marge Dean, Mary Ann Chandler, Maryellen Lissak, Craig 
Latto, Jorge Hererra, Mike Brennan, Dave Bielawski, John Mrkvicka, Cindy Parke, Bill Pavlecic, Tim Neff, Bill 
Foster. 

Flux Staff puts out record 14 issues 




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FLUX EDITORS: (L to R) Jeff Lewandowski (Business), Bill Bayci 
(Sports), Alan Dikty (Editor), Bill Lisowski (Features), Chris Johnson 
(News), Thomas Ekins (Associate editor). 




Alan Dikty gets down to journalism. 



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Illinois benedictine flux 




Flux writers enjoy their end-of-the-year banquet 




The annual Flux banquet — a tribute to the staff. 

The eighth annual Flux award 
banquet was held April 30, and the 
following writers were judged 
winners: NEWS — 1st place — Bill 
Lisowski; 2nd place — Chris Johnson 
and Mike Brennan; SPORTS — 1st 
place — Bill Lisowski; 2nd and 3rd 
place — Dave Bielawski; COLUMNS 

— 1st and 3rd place — Bill Lisowski; 
2nd place — Alan Dikty; FEATURES 

— 1st and 3rd place — Bill Lisowski; 
2nd place — Marge Dean; REVIEWS 

— 1st place — Donna Przepiorka; 
2nd place — Michelle Jaworski; 3rd 
place — Cindy Parke and John Mrk- 
vica. FLUX AWARD (for the most 
unique contribution) Jorge Hererra 
and MVP (for journalistic excellence) 
Bill Lisowski. 



Bill Lisowski and Jeff Lewandowski pose with some past Flux issues. 



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Eagle reborn after three year absence 




Photographer Frank Aguirre 



After a three year absence, the IBC 
yearbook was reborn. As its theme in- 
dicates, it is a time for celebration. 

The first attempts to start the book 
failed in September of 1974 but by 
that spring, co-editors Maryellen 
Lissak and Bill Lisowski, both then 
freshmen, had the plans ironed out 
and the Eagle was on its way. 

One of the major problems of res- 
tarting the book was in setting up 
dark-room facilities but this was ac- 
complished over the summer. Photo 
editor Bije Munninger took care of 
this. 

Despite a lot of problems, a small 
dedicated group of workers got the 
book out. 



Photo editor Marian Bertellotti 



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Photographers Bill Lisowski and Jeff Lewandowski 





Co-editor Maryellen Lissak. 



Staffer Pam Zitnik. 



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Circle K members: (L to R) Bill Antoskiewicz, Mary Ellen Hoffman, Dan O'Connor, Paul Birch. 





Circle K members: (L to R) Annette Plese, Mike Corley, Marian Bertellotti 



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Circle K aids school and community. 





Paul Bardachowski and Marty Janecke 
help at the Circle K Daisey Sale. 



Circle K members: (L to R) Mike Patricoski, Maryellen Lissak, Cathy Flavin, Bob Barta, Mary 
Ann Chandler, Gary Hoover. 




Circle K members: (L to R) Maureen Healy, Marycarol Mock, Tom Bychowski, Mary Gail Adams, 
Pam Michalik, Elsa Hernandez, Paul Bardachowski. 

Circle K is a service organization 
that was started at IBC in 1971. At 
that time it had a membership of 10. 
Now that membership is well over 30 
and the club has become one of the 
most active organizations in the state. 

Among the things Circle K ac- 
complished this year were: raising 
$4300 in conjunction with the Lisle 
Kiwanis Club by selling peanuts, 
raising $70 with a car wash and build- 
ing a sandbox for the Century Hill 
School for the Mentally Retarded. 

This year's officers were: president 
Greg Pesavento, vice-president Bill 
Antoskiewicz, treasurer Paul Birch, 
and secretary Teri Michalowski. 




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BSA members: (front L to R) Jon Carruthers, Sabrina Brown, Richard Willis, (back L to R) Calvin Scott, 
Valerie Davis, Annette Rhodes, Christopher Johnson. 




BSA meeting in progress. 





BSA members listen attentively to speaker. 



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BSA experience new leadership 




Star Spangled Homecoming 




Bobbing for apples takes quickness in the timed obstacle course. 

A "Stars and Stripes" theme 
reflecting the bicentennial celebra- 
tion signaled the 1975 Homecoming 
Week activities. The major dance, at 
the O'Hare Regency Hyatt House, fea- 
tured music by Uncle Same. 

Among the activities held during 
the week were; a beard growing con- 
test, a BSA fashion and talent show, a 
chess tournament, a champgane 
breakfast, a tug-o-war, a wheelbarrel 
race, and an ice-cream eating con- 
test. 

Senior Jan Svoboda was elected 
queen while senior Bill Leonetti was 
voted king. 



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Homecoming king Bill Leonetti and queen Jan Svoboda. 



Circle K members assemble the liberty bell. 



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Students become Stroh's Stars 



The Stroh's superstar competition 
was a new promotion for the beer 
company and IBC was one of the first 
campuses to experience it. Over 160 
IBC students took part in the Feb. 12, 
contest. 

Basically, the contest involved 
doing such things as tossing five 
frisbees through a hoop, blowing a 
bubble from gum, skipping rope 25 
times, swirling a hula-hoop 25 times, 
and hitting a paddleball 25 times. 

Freshman Scott O'Connor won the 
first prize, a Schwinn 10 speed bike. 





IBC Superstar Scott O'Connor wins 10-speed. 




Superstar hulas-hoop. 



And . . . they're off! 




Student throws frisbee. 

Bob Barta attempts the paddle ball 



Soccer Club: 
On its own 





Aldo Intilli tries to dribble past opposing team. 



Mike Exharos follows ball down the field. 




Aldo Intilli practices his goal shot. 




1975-76 SOCCER CLUB: (L to R standing) Don Davis, Mike Hogan, Mike Burns, Paul Bardachowski, Rolando 
Quiros, George Hernandez, Mike Exharos, William Rivera, Maushod Shehedi, Ron Franks, Jorge Herrara. (L to 
R) Tony Intilli, Aldo Intilli. Jim Jaffke, David Esposito, Bob Barta, Mike Patricoski, Larry Bollmder. Bill Pavloc. 
(in front) Bill Thomas. 

The soccer club, playing without 
any real financial backing, finished its 
best season ever with a 5 win, 7 loss 
record. Senior Don Davis led the club 
this year and said that the team was 
better organized than in past years. 

Besides money, another problem 
facing the team was shortage of 
players. Most teams they faced had 
30 or more players. IBC only had 15. 
Despite these problems, the team had 
a good season. 



Aldo Intilli races down field with the ball as Bob Barta looks to help. 



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Bio club sponsors nature sales 




Biology club with advisor Dr. Kamin. 




Biology club officers. 



Psych club 




Psychology club: (L tp R) Gil Kozlowski, president; Mike Merola 
secretary-treasurer; Frank Kirk. 



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Physics club 




Physics club officers: Dr. Duane Buss, advisor; Mark Wilson, 
president; Ray-Dennis Karpf, vice president. 



Physics club: (L to R) Judy Baxter. Mike Kowalski, Mark Wilson, Ray- 
Dennis Karpf, Maryellen Lissak, Bob Holub. 



Math club 





Math club officers: (sitting) Henry 
Kedziorski, spring president; (back 
L to R) Mike Bergeron, fall 
president; Rita Konop, vice 
president; Maryellen Lissak, 
secretary. 



Math club: (L to R front) Mr. James Meehan, advisor; Pat Ware, Rita Konop, Margaret Ciesielski, 
Henry Kedziorski, Maryellen Lissak, (L to R back) Judy Baxter, Angelo Consiglio, Virginia Walsh, 
Judy Fuss, Kerry Vrabel, Sue Vollink, Virginia Dolatowski, Juan Hernandez, Art Proust. 



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SAPHER holds 
superstar contest 





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SAPHER members: John Gianotti, Marilyn Young, Carl Sabo, Dave 
Zuro, Tom Norton. 



SAPHER officers: Dave Pawtowski, co-chairperson; Mary Krogull, 
sec.-tres.; back row; Bob Schellinger, president; John Joyce, vice- 
president; (not pictured) Cindy Farnham, co-chairperson. 




Business Club 



Business Club: John Arrivo, Steve De Sitter, unidentified, Chris 
Johnson. 




Business Club: Mark Nawrocki, Rick Zgonina, Bill Adams; back row: 
Tim Dubiel, Greg Pesavento, San Kerdjshol, Ron Franks, David 
Skupien, Jim Koezot. 



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American Chemistry Society 




American Chemistry Society (ACS) officers: front; Bob Wild, treasurer, 
Debbie Rita, secretary; back; Dr. Wayne Wesolwski, advisor, Stan 
hase, president. 




The I BC telescope 




ACS members: (Sitting) Ralph Duda, (standing) Bill tvlarchi, John 
Zelnick, Ben Morris. 



The sky is 
their limit 




Astronomical Society members: Judy Baxter, Mike Kowalski (president), 
Mark Wilson, Dallas Williams, Maryellen Lissak. 



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Philosophy club 




Michelle Jaworski attempts to get her point across to Dave Basener. 




Philosophy club: (front L to R) Ann Anderson; Michelle Jaworski, vice president-secretary: (back L to 
R) Dr. Bernard Toussaint; Mike Brennan; David Basener, president. 



History club 




History club: (L to R) Fr. Christian Ceplecha OSB, Jim Bartusek 
Mike McLaughlin, John Knobloch, Steve Rapacz, Barry 
Golembiewsk 



History club officers: (L to R) Michelle Jaworski, president; Dr. Philip 
Bean, advisor; Mary Ann Zeszutko, vice president. 



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Above and below: Participants at end-of-the-year get together. 




Campus 
Ministry 




St. Benedict's Chapel. 

The Campus Ministry, directed by 
Fr. Theodore Suchy OSB, enriched 
the Mass through the making of 
banners, taking part in the liturgy and 
providing songs. Prayer meetings 
were also held at which participants 
could share their thoughts through 
the reading of the Bible, discussion 
and song. 



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Concerts/Dances 




May I have this next dance? 



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Toddlers affirm 
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Helper takes care of a little one. 



Juvenile day care center: (L to R) coop director Justine Salcik, 
Ruth Karpf, Karen Johnson. 



Film Commission adds diversion 




Film Commission: (L to R) Kevin Bennett, Katie Fitzsimmons, 
Sue Vol link, Jim Hanak. 



Film Commission: (L to R) Bill Velander, Mary Kaye Martel, Ed 
Deane. (not pictured) Martha Fitzsimmons. 



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48 hour basketball marathon 




Tom McCarthy goes for two as Dan Wiemerslage referees. 



Blistered sore feet take a break. 



Twelve IBC students broke the 
school's record for continuous bas- 
ketball play and in doing so, raised 
over 2,700 dollars for the Sunday MR 
program. 

The competitiors in the 48 hour 
marathon were Bill Antoskiewicz, Bob 
Barta, Don Benco, Jim Jennings, Tom 
McCarthy, and Dan Herrmann, all on 
the team known as the Hustlers, and 
on the Long Shots were Bill Adams, 
Andy Jones, Joe Rudolph, Ralph 
Duda, Kevin Kinegge, and Bernie 
Reusz. 

The final score of the Nov. 7-9 affair 
was Hustlers 2354, Long Shots 2342. 
Tom McCarthy was top scorer with 
1244 points. 




The Long Shots and the Hustlers actively engage in the sport of basketball. 



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Expands MR program funds 





Volunteers and participants take part in an activity. 




MR program heads. 



Participants show their handiwork. 



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Who keeps 

sanity in 

the dorms? 





Ondrak staff: (L to R) Debbie Rita, student medical aid; Marge Colby, RA; Mary Webster, 
director; Kathy Koncel, RA; Marian Bertollotti, RA. (not pictured) Kathy Kott, RA. 




Carol Psingsten, Ondrak spring adult 
counselor, (not pictured) Gayle Dreas, fall 
counselor. 



Jaegar RA's' Steve Frank, (not pictured) Tom McCarthy, John O'Grady. 



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Kohlbeck RA's: (L to R) Don Davis, Leo Ochs, Bill Leonnetti. 




Kohlbeck dorm director Fr. Theodore Suchy, OSB. 



Directors 
and RA's 



Neuzil RA's: Tom Norton, (not pictured) Ken Carruthers, Greg Pesavento, director 
Coach Ostrowski, medical aid Mike O'Donnell. 



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IHA formed to unify dorms 




Neuzil Hall gov't: (L to R) John Maciorowski, Jim Jaffke. 



Ondrak Hall gov't: (back L to R) Pam Zitnik, Vlki Laucius, 
Jeanine LaLoggia, Bije Munninger, Mary Canavan, (front Lto 
R) Elsa Hernandez, Katie Fitzsimmons, Karen Kellen. 




Kohlbeck Hall gov't: (I to R) Angelo Consiglio, John Piccione, Dennis Moran, Bill Benjamin, Frank Riley. 



Jaeger Hall gov't: (back Lto R) Tom Stachura, Rich 

Vacco, John Osborne, (front L to R) Larry Markowski, 

Bill Bayci, Paul Bardachowski. 



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Ad hoc Interhall committee: 
(front L to R) Jim Jaffke, Martha 
Fitzsimmons, John Osborne, 
Michele Marcheschi, Russ 
Pavlock, (back L to R) John 
Piccione, Angelo Consiglio, 
Dave Basener, Denny Boyle, 
John Maciorowski, Mike Merola, 
Gail Kubis, Rich Vacco, Katie 
Fitzsimmons. 



Constitution ratified overwhelmingly 





IHA hall representatives: (back Lto R) John Riggenbach, advisor; John 
Maciorowski, Bill Lisowski, Jim Jaffke, (front Lto R) John Osborne, Vicki Banks, 
John Piccione. 



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John Osborne mans voting booth. 




IHA Executive Board: (back Lto R) Bill Hancock, 
treasurer; Ron Franks, secretary; (front Lto R) Tim 
Dubiel, vice-president; Pat O'Donnell, president. 



An Inter-Hall government was es- 
tablished this year to better serve the 
educational and recreational needs of 
the residents. A surprisingly large 
voter turnout, 55%, helped vote in the 
officers of the executive board — 
president Pat O'Donnell, vice- 
president Tim Dubiel, secretary Ron 
Franks, and treasurer Bill Hancock. 

Besides the recreational activities, 
the IHC also tried to set up extra- 
educational events like learning how 
to balance a checkbook, etc. . . The 
IHC also established a recreational 
center in the basement of Jaeger Hall 
for campus wide use and a resident 
judicial board. 



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Illinois Benedictine 

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2T TH Scason 

1975-1976 



8 plays highlight dramatic season 




THE CRUCIBLE: (L to R) J. Keller, Sue Nyhan, Bob Stare, Dan Kuhn, Michael Brown, Frank Church. 





ALISON WONDERLAND: (front L to r) Bonnie Owens, Kathy Martinek, Carol 
Ann Reese, Russ Roberts; (back L to r) Joan Gibbons, Clare Shayatavich, Sue 
Castagnoli, Mark Hawbecker, Arnie Eversole. 




SLEUTH: (L to R) Don Lyndley, Don Liska. 



PLAZA SUITE: Mark Hawbecker. Karen Mann. 



GODSPELL: (Foreground) Bonnie Owens, (L to R) Candance O'Brien, Joe Townsend, 
Sue Castagnoli, Russ Roberts, Carol Ann Reese, Mark Hawbecker, Julane Sullivan, 
Bonnie Hatmaker, Pat Weaver, J. Burton Reynolds, Arnie Eversole. 

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PLAZA SUITE: Roger Place, Sharon Place. 




A NIGHT OF ONE ACTS: (front L to R) Charlene Baumbich, Lynn Zeger, 
Mary Supena, Karen Mann, Clark Chaffee; (back L to R) Michael Madach, 
Donna Turner, Ron Anderson, Susan Gawriluk, Paul Bowen, Bonnie Owen 
David Avery, Bill Greiner, Rick Burton. 



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Fred Einsle, Bill Greiner, Mike Eager, Dan Schwarz, Marlene 
Michalak, Donald Marvin, Dave Bielawski, Bonnie Owens, 
Mark Doyle, Stephen Rybacki, J.R. Keller, Raymond Turner; 
(back L to R) Richard Hilker, Mike Rownell, Bert Neighbour, 
Steve Anthony, Dennis Celeschi, Dan Hilker, Conrad Linder, 
Michael Madach, Dale Bower, Bruce Pilkenton, John Repa. 



75 



Bicentennial celebrated at IBC 




Bicentennial committee: (back L to R) Dr. Philip Bean, Bill Lisowski, 
(front L to R) Marge Colby, Mary Ann Chandler, Maryellen Lissak, 
Gerry Czerak. (not pictured) Cindy Vogl, Richard Grossberg. 



76 




Varsity Softball players smile with their awards. 



Sports Banquet 




Tom Wilson gets MVP for track. 



Vicki Banks receives award from Coach Kane. 



77 




USA: (L to R) Loret Kowal, Gail Kubis, Kathy Kott, Dan Karl, Henry Kedzlorski, Mark Lee, (not pictured) Pat Sheets, Mary Lammers. 



Readers' Theatre performs 




Players unfold history. 



Events of history are voiced. 



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Music groups have concerts 







Stage Band gives concert to entertain students 



International Relations Society 





IRS Officers: (L to R) Howard Bernier, vice-president; Marycarol Mock, secretary; Alan Dikty, president. 

IBC represents Albania at UN 



UN members: (L to R) Mark Zaenger, Marycarol Mock, Pat 
Gallagher, Robert Nowaczyk, Don Mock, Michael Kane, (seated) 
Alan Dikty. 





UN members: (L to R) Howard Bernier, Alan Dikty. 



Mike Kane stresses a point for Albania. 



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Pinball occupies spare time. 



The Tom Hiatt Trio entertains in the pub. 



Pub sponsors diversified events 




Beer and pinball: a popular twosome in the pub. 



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Senior honors 




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Procopian of the Year Debbie Rita, (not pictured) Cindy Vogl, 
Procopian tor December graduation. 



Faculty presenting awards at the annual honors day program. 




Debbie Rita receiving congratulations from Fr. Dan Kucera OSB. 



82 



Blue Key: an honor society 




Blue Key members: (L to R) Mary Ann Chandler, Elsa Hernandez, Kathy Bury, 

Honors day program 






President's awardees: (L to R) Heather Nadelhoffer, Marge Colby, 
Greg Pesavento, John Knobloch, Stan Chase, Terrence Bugno, 
Maryellen Lissak, Ralph Duda, (not pictured) Tom Fmeis, Mike 
Kowalski. 



Dave Swanson receiving leadership award, Other awards: Mark Lee, 
Humanities; Alan Dikty, Social Science; Donna Przepiorka and Debbie 
Rita, Science; Kathy Banas and Mike O'Donnell, Service; Mary Ann 
Chandler, Community Service; Don Davis, Leadership. 



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Football team finishes season 6-4 




Congratulatory spirit of the team. 



Coach Marvin Carlson. 




1975 IBC FOOTBALL TEAM: (clockwise from upper left) seniors, juniors, freshmen, sophomores. 



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Senior co-captain Dave Swanson leads the Eagles back on the field. Ken Carruthers breaks away for a long gain. 

Five game win streak ends season 




Quarterback Bill Callahan displays his passing form. 



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Quarterback Bill Callahan studies the defense 
before receiving the snap. 



Head Coach Marvin Carlson expe- 
rienced both the sorrow and the joy of 
coaching college football as his first 
collegiate team, the Eagles, ended 
the season with a 6 win, 4 loss record. 

The sorrow was a disgusting four 
game losing streak while the joy was 
turning everything around and win- 
ning the last five games in a row. 

The season started with a thrilling 
come-from-behind victory over tradi- 
tional opening day opponent Lake- 
land College. Then the skid started as 
Coach Carlson tried to find a quarter- 
back from among three contenders. 
He finally hit on sophomore Bill 
Callahan and things began to happen. 

Callahan and the rest of the team 
put everything together for IBC's 
Homeciming game against Eureka 
and clobbered them 54-24. After that, 
the Eagles were off. 

The Eagles easily beat two of their 
last four opponents, but for the other 
two, it was an uphill battle all the way. 
Both were away against tough teams. 
IBC slid past Culver-Stockton 15-14 
and squeaked past Northeastern with 
a field goal with no time left on the 
clock 24-23. 

Senior halfback Ken Carruthers 
broke Mark Kellar's Illinois Career 
Rushing record. His 3804 yards easily 
put him past Kellar's 3745. 



Halfback Ken Carruthers tries to find a hole in the line. 




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Eagle defense stacks up Iowa Weselyn. 



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Lakeland 

Dubuque 

Simpson 

Grand Valley 

Kalamazoo 

Eureka 

Culver-Stockton 

Iowa Wesleyan 

Concordia 

Northeastern 



Receiver Pete Mastandtrea struggles for extra yardage after catch. 

New coach takes over team control 




Spirit: Pom Pon 

And Cheerleaders' 

Main Concern 




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1975-76 Cheerleaders: (L to R) Mary DeSitter, Debbie Rita, Peg Layden, 
Mary Spahn, Rita Poprawski, Donna Daviduke. (not pictured) Sue 
Marchetto. 



Members of the IBC Marching Parabushia Band perform with 
cheerleaders, (bottom row) CP1 Tony Lulek, CP2 Bill Lisowskl, CP3 
Jeff Lewandowskl. 




1975-76 Pom Pon Squad 



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Vince Thinath: loneliness of a long distance runner. 

Harriers make it to Nationals 




Steve Wagner forges ahead 




Pat Blaney running hard. 

Seven IBC runners made it to the 
nationals in Cross Country this year. 
Those that made it to the meet in 
Boston were: Pat Blaney, John Joyce, 
Al Kerpe, Dave Peden, Dick Craft, 
Jorge Herrera, and Tom Varner. 

This meet culminated a fine season 
in which IBC made a shambles of the 
NIIC. They strongly won their confer- 
ence by 19 points. 



Tom Varner trudges for the finish. 



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1975 WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM (back L to R) Coach Barb Kane. Sue Steelier. Debbie O'Neill. Annette Rhodes. Mary Ann Berglund. Donna Davidson, Karen 
Kellogg, (front L to R) Mary Sheehan, Carol Glaza, Kathy Kelly, Sue Brogan, Rita Poprawski, Maureen Sloan, Vicki Banks. Mane Stablem. 



Volleyball team finishes at 6-9 




Debbie O'Neill goes up for a spike. 



In only its second season ever, the 
women's volleyball team, coached by 
Barbara Kane, finished with its best 
record ever — 6 wins, 9 losses. The 
Eagles were able to make it to the 
IAIAW double elimination tournament 
at the end of the season with this 
record. 

There, they won their first two 
games to advance to the quarter- 
finals but then they lost two games. 
Seniors Mary Sheehan and Rita 
Poprawski were instrumental 
throughout the season. 




Rita Poprawski sets one for Carol Glaza. 



98 




IBC 

2 




Trinity 
Wheaton 


OPP 

2 


2 


Judson 








Aurora 


2 


1 
2 


Lewis 
Judson 


2 



2 


DuPage 








George Williams 


2 


1 


North Central 


2 


1 


Aurora 


2 





Rockford 


2 


2 


Aurora 





2 


Wheaton 









Principia 
North Central 


2 
2 




Jim Tracy tries to pass ball around opponent. Dan Logocki hurries down court. 

IBC ends most successful season 




1975-76 BASKETBALL TEAM: (L to R standing) Coach LaScala, Carl Sabo, John Gianotti, Jim Olesky, Paul Sidney, Dave Schmecht, Jim Tracy, Bob Golembiewski; (L to 
R kneeling) Vito Masinelli, Gary Woods, Tony Grgunch, Ray Jendra, Ed Dickson, Dan Logocki, Mike Barnish. 



100 





Guards Gary Woods (21) and Ed Dickson (22) pass the ball looking for 
an open shot. 



One of the most successful 
seasons for the basketball team came 
to a close. A team that wasn't ex- 
pected to go very far, the Eagles 
surprised everyone in their confer- 
ence with an 11-1 season and a 20-7 
finish overall. This was the winningest 
team ever and had the sixth best win- 
ning percentage in 49 years of varisty 
play. 

Even though the Eagles didn't ad- 
vance far into the playoffs, they expe- 
rienced many highlights: an 11 game 
midseason win streak, Coach Tony 
LaScala's 100th career victory 
(against North Central), and winning 
the inaugural Consortium Christmas 
Tourney. 

They also won the conference with 
a come-from-behind victory against 
Rockford College on the road, and 
saw Coach LaScala named District 
Coach-of-the-Year. 



Paul Sidney goes in for an easy lay-up. 



101 




Guard Ed Dickson uses forward Jim Tracy as a pick to get past Xavier 
defender. 



Guard Gary Woods tries to drive foul. 




Eagles win first NIIC title ever 



Hustle, as shown here, was a big reason for the team's success. 

Why did the team do so well when 
so many thought it couldn't? One 
reason was the tough schedule 
played early in the season. IBC 
played many big powerhouse teams 
(like Illinois Weselyn, Carthage and 
St. Joseph's) and it taught the team 
that they could perform against the 
tougher opponents. 

The starting five this year had only 
two regulars from last year, a big 
reason the Eagles were winners. The 
new players brought something that 
had been missing from last year's 12- 
14 season — quickness. Coach 
LaScala had three quick guards miss- 
ing last year. 

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Forward John Gianotti shoots from amidst a crowd. 




Center Paul Sidney adds two more points. 



Guard Ray Jendra sets up for his shot. 




Fr. Dan Kucera OSB, presents Coach Tony LaScala with a plaque 
commemorating his 100th collegiate victory while his wife Monica 
looks on. 



IBC 




OPP 


78 


Carthage 


82 


67 


III. Wesleyan 


88 


87 


St. Joseph's 


100 


74 


St. Francis 


48 


75 


St. Xavier 


85 


94 


Judson 


70 


87 


Aquinas 


72 


74 


Calvin 


88 


86 


North Central 


78 


78 


George Williams 


69 


105 


Lewis 


75 


63 
92 


Kalamazoo 
Concordia 


73 
71 


90 


Trinity 


88 


87 


George Williams 


64 ; 


97 


Olivet 


93 


80 


NT 


76 


100 


Aurora 


77 


89 


Rockford 


83 


91 


Judson 


60 


95 


Concordia 


76 


95 


Trinity 


75 


83 


George Williams 


74 


68 


Olivet 


78 


82 


Aurora 


70 


80 


Rockford 


78 


79 


St. Xavier 


83 



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John Gianotti tries to block Cougar vision. 



Carl Sabo adds two more against St. Xavier. 



Juniors Gary Woods and Ray 
Jendra, both out with injuries in 1974- 
75, and new-comer Ed Dickson, a 
freshman, were instrumental in the 
Eagles success. 

IBC also had quickness in the for- 
ward positions. When senior Jim 
Olesky (leading scorer for three 
seasons) was injured and lost for the 
season's end, the Eagles bench came 
through. Junior Carl Sabo, a transfer 
student, John Gianotti, and Dave Sch- 
mecht all contributed to fill in the gap. 
The Eagles were also strengthened 
with the addition of center Paul 
Sidney, a freshman. 

All of these things led up to IBC's 
first NIIC title ever and the second 
time in ten years the team received a 
post-season tournament bid. Unfortu- 
nately, IBC was eliminated in the first 
round by St. Xavier, losing 83-79. 




Ed Dickson tries to penatrate against Xavier's defense. 



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Ed Dickson steals ball from Xavler guard Mike Walasek. 



Dickson prevents Xavier from getting through. 




Guard Ray Jendra plays a tough man-on-man 
defense in playoff game loss. 



Hot Eagle defense ties Xavier player up. 



105 




Coach Kane discusses team strategy. 



Only in their fourth season, the 
female Eagles finished with their best 
record at 9-3 (9-5 overall). Highlights 
of the basketball season included a 
five game win-streak, a team scoring 
high against Loyola University (70 
points), and a post-season tour- 
nament bid where the team lost two 
games in a row. 

Two reasons were behind the 
team's success — height and condi- 
tioning. IBC had three tall starters, 
more than any other school, in for- 
wards Mary Sheehan, a senior, and 
Marie Stablein, a sophomore, plus 
freshman center Annette Rhodes. 



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1976 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM: (back L to R) Coach Barb Kane. Annette Rhodes, Debbie O'Neill, Marilyn Young, Dawn Jasper, Margaret Ciesielski, Karen Kellen, Mary 
Terese Sheehan, Mane Stablein, (front L to R) Chris Harrison, Noreen Kula, Cindi Kryztofiak, V.cki Banks, Kathy Kelly, Karen Maloney. 

Women make basketball playoffs 




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North Central 

Aurora 

DuPage 

Trinity 

Rockford 

Judson 

Elmhurst 

Wheaton 

Lake Forest 

Jucjson 

Trinity Christian 

Loyola University 

Aurora 

Olivet 



Annette Rhodes shoots over the heads of her opponents. 



107 



Senior goes to Nationals 




Senior Tom Ekins, MVP for the last 
two years, led the golf team to a sec- 
ond place finish in the NAIA District 
20 championship. He took medalist 
honors and thus qualified for the na- 
tionals. 

Elkins won the honors in a sudden 
death playoff with Jim Koenig of 
Northeastern Illinois University. Both 
golphers parred the first two holes 
but Ekins sunk a four foot putt to 
birdie the par five hole and win. 



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Ready for the comeback. 



For the second year running, the 
tennis team won the NIIC title. They 
also captured the NAIA District 20 
title. At the NIIC, IBC swept all six 
singles matches as well as all three 
doubles. At the NAIA, IBC only lost 
the first doubles. 

Statistic-wise, this is how the team 
finished starting with first singles: 
sophomore Mike O'Laughlin, 17-8; 
freshman Todd Keating, 20-5; junior 
Mike Fink, 16-2; junior Ben Marchle- 
wicz, 18-1 (51-4 in three years), soph- 
omore John Korabik, 25-0, and junior 
Mike Wegrzynowski, 24-1 (also 51-4 
for three years). 



Tennis team wins NIIC title 




A serve by junior Ben Marchlewicz. 



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1976 IBC Baseball Team. 




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Getting ready for the pitch. 



Baseball team shows spirit 



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Coach Ostrowski watches game closely. 



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Base coach advises player. 



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Dave Lambert — ready and waiting. 

Despite experiencing a slow start, 
the Eagles finished number one in its 
conference. After coming back from 
their Southern trip with a 6-12 record, 
the team caught fire and easily took 
care of their conference, at one time 
winning eleven in a row. 

Junior Tom McCarthy, DH, was one 
of the leading hitters on the team as 
well as sophomore Pete Mastandrea, 
right field, and junior Jim Deegan, 
catcher. Also, senior Dave Lambert, 
first base, had a consistent bat. 

Unfortunately, IBC lost in the 
opening round of the NAIA playoffs to 
Lewis. 



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Discus thrower winds up 





Bob Peppers pushes for the finish. 



Coach Bruce Coleman. 



In running to their third straight 
NIIC track crown, the Eagles took 12 
first places out of a possible 17. IBC 
finished with an 86 point margin over 
second place finisher Concordia. 

Unfortunately, IBC fell one and a 
half points short of winning the NAIA 
title. 




IBC Track Team. 



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Team receives NIIC crown 




Tom Wilson attempting the long jump. 



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Women's Softball arrives 




Karen Kellen at practice 



The women's Softball team ended 
its first season with a three win, two 
loss record. Despite a team batting 
average of only .266, the squad had 
two stars in sophomore Donna 
Daviduke who batted .556 and 
freshman Karen Klamerus who batted 
.500. 



Vicki Banks leaps for a shot over her head. 

Left fielder Karen Maloney hurries to return the ball. 



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"Competitor" generates IM spirit. 




Competitors and fans. 



Competitor staff: Mary Terese Sheehan. (not pictured) 
Donna Mueller. 




Competitor staff: (L to R) Bill Antoskiewicz, Bill Bayci, Paul Birch. 



117 



Intramurals 




That hit stuns the opponents. 



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Spectators add to the spirit. 



It must come down sooner or later. 



Teamwork 




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Will he make it? 




Another out. 



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In the dugout. 




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Letting off steam 




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Get her out! 



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Relaxation 




Got it! 




Nothing like a good game. 



It's a swing and a . 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 




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Dorene Lehner, Alan Burnham. 



(clockwise from upper left) Pam Bounelis, Sue Milo, Mary Murphy 
Corky Pokorny, Kathy Sullivan, Maryann Rositch. 




(back) Bernie Bettasso, (front L to R) Art Schroeder, Steve Wysocke, Peter Russotto, Bill Leonetti 



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(Lto R) Bob Nowak, Jim McCarthy, Mike Davern, Jim Rosso, Angelo Consiglio. 







(L to R) Mike Merola, Gil Kozlowski, Gary Baluta. 



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(front L to R) Teri Michalowski, DeeDee Lester, Kathy Fallon, (back L to R) Linda Ascroft 
Sue Bingham, Julie Rizzo'. 




(back L to R) David Skupien, Sanyalak Kerdphol, 
(front L to R) Bob Baron, Dennis Ratkovick. 



(L to R) Tom Norton, Gary Woods, Pat O'Donnell, Dan Wiemerslage. 



(L to R) Chris Casilass, Eddy 

Joyce, Ray Matyasse, Ray 

Bielinski, Bob Peppers, Bill 

Velander, Rick Hilker. 



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Back row: John Reegan, Steve Frank, Rick Vacco, Tony Lulek, Bill Lisowski. Third row: Jerry Rejc, 
Bob Swanson, Joe Gorgan, John Haase, Bro. Bernard Glos, O.S.B. Second row: Ken Detmer, Craig 
Latto. First Row: Pat Gallagher, Dick Craft, Tom Stachura, Dan Fillichia. 




Back row: Unidentified, Gary Nemers, Vic Kovacs, Dan Short, Front row: Jim 
Pagonis, Mike O'Laughlin, Bill Bayci, Jack Fulara. 



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Unidentified, Dan Wiemerslage, Rick Zygonnina, Bill Adams, 
Ron Franks. 



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(front L to R) Shawna O'Donnell, Linda Elster, Siobhan Madden, (back I 
to R) Faith Manthey, Annette Rhodes, Kris Chorvat. 



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(L to R) Chris Johnson, William Lucas. 





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(back L to R) Kevin Bennett, Anton Abbatiello, (front L to R) Bill 
Nowaczwk, Dave Laz, Ed Deane. 



(L to R) Mary Canavan, Eileen McQuaid. 




(Lto R) Greg Oparyk, Bill Antoskiewicz, Bill Bayci, Paul Birch. 



131 



A New 
Start 



Illinois Benedictine College has many things to "CELE- 
BRATE" this year — its 75th year of existence in Lisle, the 
addition of the new gym, and the resurrection of the 
"EAGLE". These are three, but there are many more things 
worth celebrating. Seventy-five years is a long time to be in 
one place. And to help record the steady and stable growth 
of Illinois Benedictine College, the yearbook has been 
reborn after a three year absence. 

As is shown in the editorial to the right, there wasn't 
always a yearbook. It died in 1973 because of a lack of inter- 
est. Three years of work and growth missed. Three years of 
success and failure missed. The book is back and we hope 
that we covered and recorded as many of these events as we 
could. 

Little known to most people, the 1976 version of the 
"EAGLE" almost died too, but it was rescued on the 
operating table. In September a group of 25 enthusiastic but 
greatly inexperienced students gathered together to try and 
put the book back on its feet. Both co-editors hadn't worked 
on a book before either. As time went on and the inexperi- 
ence started to show through, the group wanned — consid- 
erably. It diminished to a point to where there were only 
three active workers. 

It was hard work but we got the book out. What happed to 
the others? Some unfortunately were struck with a series of 
illnesses which forced them to miss a lot of school. Others 
lost interest. Others, we still don't know. But for whatever 
reason, a few green people struggled to pick up the pieces 
for the others. 

There is a reason for telling this — to explain why many 
pictures are missing from this book. Because of bad plan- 
ning, film ruined because of inexperienced photographers, 
and lack of people, we missed many things. We were forced 
to work with what we had. 

We're sorry it happened but there was nothing we could 
have done differently. Instead of looking for what is missing 
or any other faults, look at the 1976 "EAGLE" as a stepping 
stone for future books. Everything needs a base to build 
from, let this book be that base. For that reason, "CELE- 
BRATE". We have a new beginning. 



November 13, 1973 




No 1973 yearbook, 
an irreplaceable loss 

As things stand right now. there will be no yearbook 
for 1973-74 and there may not be another for some 
time to come. 

The reasons for the death of the book are many and 
varied. When one tries to find out who is to blame, 
students point at the faculty, the faculty points at the 
students and everyone chimes in, "There is a lack of 
interest." 

No matter who is to blame, the fact remains that the 
yearbook is gone. At first this may not seem to be any 
consequence, but when one considers what a year- 
book is and does, the loss becomes truly tragic. 

First of all, a yearbook is an enduring record of the 
people and events of a school year. It is a quick refer- 
ence when a person needs to know something about 
another member of his particular class. Its pictures 
provide clear memories of important events or mem- 
orable occurrences. The names and faces of every 
member of each class are recorded in a yearbook along 
with the activities of the various clubs and organiza- 
tions. The school's athletic teams are honored in the 
yearbook. It also serves as a place for the praise or 
open criticism of the accomplishments and techniques 
of faculty members. 

Perhaps the greatest loss of all comes to the seniors. 
Their achievements and activities are the feature of the 
yearbook. Only through such a book is a school able to 
honor and thank every individual for their contribu- 
tions. As college is probably the most memorable part 
of many people's lives, the yearbook is, in essence, a 
memory book. It allows a person a place to show him- 
self and others "what it was like" in his senior year. 

Aside from being strictly a record, a yearbook is just 
as important as an educational aid and a creative out- 
let. Credit is (or was) given for work on the yearbook. 
It served as a training ground for journalism students 
in learning layout, writing and living with the difficul- 
ties of producing a manuscript for publication. Photog- 
raphers and artists are also important to a yearbook. 
The pages of a yearbook provide a place for artists, 
photographers and writers alike to display and publish 
their works without the hassle or bitter disappoint- 
ment found frequently in commercial publications. 

A yearbook also serves as good relations for a school 
in building the school's image. It presents a school's 
strengths and weaknesses. A well done yearbook is, 
in itself, a testimony to the talents and spirit of a 
school. 

It is the opinion of some that the "FLUX" can fill 
the role of the yearbook, but the truth is that our pur- 
pose is to inform and entertain, not to be a lasting re- 
cord of the people and events of a school year. The 
newspaper that you are holding now will probably be 
reduced to rubbish within a week's time. In short, we 
cannot take the place of the yearbook, as can nothing 
else. The passing of the yearbook is an irreplaceable 
loss. 



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James Alviti 



Ann Anderson 



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John Arrivo 





Lorraine Bazan 





Michael Bergeron 




Pat Blaney 



Jane Burns 



Mary Burns 



156 






Kenneth Carruthers 



Susan Christy 



Raymond DiPasquo 




Donald Davis 





Margaret Dean 



Working at the IBC bookstore. 



157 






Mary De Sitter 



Alan Dikty 



Thomas Ekins 






David Esposito 



Cynthia Farnham 



James Ferenzi 






Susan Ferraro 



Anne Fialkowski 



Eileen Fitzgerald 



158 



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Marilyn Ford 



Bob Gaynor 



Robert Golembiewski 






Bill Gomolka 



Marian Guest 



Pat Hayden 









Dan Hilker 



Ken Huth 



Milosh Jackovich 



159 





Julie Johnson 




Daytime stargazing! 



Jeffrey Jundt 






Ray-Dennis Karpf 



Jim Kennedy 



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Algimantas Kerpe 



160 






Linda Koehler 



James Kucharski 



Norine Kula 




Michael Kykta 





Conversing between classes. 



David Lambert 



161 







Mark Lee 



Mary Kay Manthey 



J-& 




Teri Lee Michalowski 






Marycarol Mock 



Sandra Mock 



Donna Mueller 




Robert Nowaczyk 





Janet Nymark 



Michael O'Donnell 



162 






John O'Grady 



Jim Oleksy 



Terrance O'Rourke 






James Paryl 



Debra Pawlicki 



Peter Pignatiello 






Rita Poprawski 



Taras Proczko 



Donna Przepiorka 



163 






Thomas Ragusa 



Debbie Rita 



Ralph Ruggiero 




Hurrying to class! 




Bob Schellinger 



164 



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David Schmecht 




Mary Teresa Sheehan 





Being recognized. 



Stanley Sheffner 



165 





Jeannine Sullivan 




Gratitude. 



Susan Travnik 






Dan Varner 



Cynthia Vogl 



Judith Westerfield 



166 



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Donnie Whitaker 



Bruce Yarmoska 



Jamilette Jones Zaenger 




John Zapfel 





Solitude behind the library. 



David Zipper 



167 



Seniors 



JAMES ALVITI — (Chicago), Biology: Base- 
ball, Biology club, tri-Beta, IM, Blue Key. 

ANN ANDERSON — (Naperville), Biochem- 
istry: Women's varsity basketball, Orchestra, 
Chorus, MR, Freshman class officer. 

PEGGY ANDERSON — (Chicago), Sociolo- 
gy: Juvenile care center, volunteer CCD 
teacher, Ondrak Hall Gov't secretary, 
Honors Committee. 

JOHN ARRIVO — (Kankakee), Business 
Economics: IM, Business club president, 
Judicial Board, Baseball. 

M. KATHERINE BANAS — (Lisle), Mathe- 
matics: Mathematics club, Chorus, MR, Blue 
Key. 

JOHN C. BANNES — (Westchester), Busi- 
ness Economics: WIBC — station manager, 
music director announcer, Hockey team, IM. 

DAVID BASENER — (Oak Park), Philosophy: 
Blue Key, Philosophy club, Chess club, Flux 
literary editor, Yearbook. 

JUDITH LEE BAXTER — (Rockville Mary- 
land), Mathematics: Mathematics club, Phys- 
ics club. 

LORRAINE T. BAZAN — (Calumet City), 
Psychology/Education: Circle K, Psychology 
club, dorm gov't, IM. 



JOSEPH G. 

gy- 



BEACH — (Wheaton), Psycholo- 



DON BENCO — (Lockport), Psycholo- 
gy/Sociology: Junior class president, Aca- 
demic senator, Psychology club, MR, Who's 
Who, IM, Campus ministry. 

MICHAEL BERGERON — (Elgin), Mathemat- 
ics: Freshman class treasurer, Sophomore 
class president, Mathematics club president, 
IM, Chess club. 

BOB BLAHUNKA — (Lockport), Business 
Economics: Business club, Film commis- 
sion, UN, IRS, Flux. 

MARY BURNS — (Chicago), Business Eco- 
nomics: IM, Election committee, Business 
club, Homecoming committee, Blue Key, 
Flux, Chorus. 

KENNETH DEXTER CARRUTHERS — 
(Joliet), Sociology/Physical Education: foot- 
ball, baseball, BSA, RA. 

MARY ANN CHANDLER — (Villa Park), Ele- 
mentary Education: Flux, yearbook, Juvenile 
care center, bicentennial committee, Circle 
K, CCD teacher, Blue Key, IM, Homecoming 
court. 

SUSAN CHRISTY — (Chicago), Elementary 
Education: Pom Pon, dorm gov't, Winter 
Weekend court. 

GLEN R. COULOMB — (Carol Stream), Bio- 
chemistry: Blue Key, Circle K, tennis, IM, Bi- 
ology club, ACS. 

DONALD B. DAVIS — (Nassau, Bahamas), 
Theology/Psychology: Soccer club pres- 
ident, Judo club president, Film commission 
co-chairman, RA, IM, publicity committee of 
IHC. 

MARGARET ROSE DEAN— (Glen Ellyn), El- 
ementary Education: MR, Pom Pon, Flux, IM. 

MARY DESITTER — (Downers Grove), Ele- 

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mentary Education: cheerleader, Blue Key, 
IBC productions, IM. 

ALAN S. DIKTY — (Portland, Oregon), Politi- 
cal Science: Flux editor, IRS president, UN 
chairman, Blue Key, Reader's Theatre, 
WIBC, right to read tutor. 

RAYMOND P. DIPASQUO — (Chicago), Pre 
Med (Biology): Tri-Beta, Astronomical soci- 
ety, IM. 

THOMAS M. EKINS — (Evergreen Park), Ac- 
counting/Business Economics: Flux sports 
and associate editor, Golf, IM, Business 
club. 

DAVID L. ESPOSITO — (Oak Brook), Mathe- 
matics: Mathematics club, Chess club, 
Soccer club, Judo club, Blue Key, IM. 

CYNTHIA A. FARNHAM — (Wire Throp 
Hafbor), Elementary Education/Physical Ed- 
ucation: IM, Blue Key, batgirl. 

JAMES C. FERENZI — (Palos Park), Bio- 
chemistry: ACS, Tri-Beta. 

SUSAN LOIS FERRARO — (Oak Park), Bi- 
ology: ACS, IM. 

ANNE FIALKOWSKI — (Chicago), Elementa- 
ry Education: IM, IM referee, women's var- 
sity basketball. 

EILEEN A. FITZGERALD — (Downers 
Grove), Music: Pom Pon, Chorus, Blue Key. 

MARTHA MARIE FITZSIMMONS — (Oak 
Park), Philosophy: UN, Reader's Theatre, 
yearbook, Philosophy club vice-president, 
Ondrak Hall president, ad hoc committee for 
North Central Accreditation, Academic 
senator, IHC ad hoc committee, Blue Key, 
judicial board, ad hoc committee chairman, 
Winter Weekend court, film commission 
chairman, WIBC announcer, CAB, IM. 

ELLEN FLOOD — (Evanston), Biology: Tri- 
Beta, SAB class rep, Dorm gov't, CCD, WIBC 
disc jockey, IM. 

MARILYN J. FORD — (Downers Grove), Ele- 
mentary Education. 

ROBERT FORSTER — (Westmont), 
Physics/Mathematics: Mathematics club, 
Physics club, IM. 

SHERRY ANN FOX — (Chicago), Bio- 
logy/English: BSA secretary. 

ROBERT GAYNOR — (Chicago), Business 
Economics: track, cross-country, Let- 
terman's club, Business club. 

ROBERT GOLEMBIEWSKI — (Prospect 
Heights), Business Economics/Economics: 
basketball, IM, Business club. 

TONY GRGURICH — (Gary, Indiana), Busi- 
ness Economics: basketball, IM, Business 
club. 

MARIAN GUEST— (DeKalb), Biology: Biol- 
ogy club, IM, Tri-Beta 

MARGARET A HALL — (Joliet), History: 
Blue Key, IM. 

MARGARET A. HAMMER — (LaGrange 
Park), Elementary Education: dorm gov't, 
student development committee, open house 
tour guide, Big Brother/Sister program, Biol- 
ogy club, Astronomy club, juvenile care 
center, alumni phono-rama, IM. 

DANIEL A. HEIMBECKER — (Westmont), 
Pre-Med (Biology): Karate club, Tri-Beta, 
Blue Key. 



DAN HILKER — (Fort Wayne, Indiana), Busi- 
ness Economics: football. 

MILOSH JACKOVICH — (Gary, Indiana), 
Physical Education: football, IM. 

JULIE ANN JOHNSON — (Rockford), Soci- 
ology: IM, women's basketball, Chorus. 

DOUGLAS JONES — (Chicago), Psycholo- 
gy/Secondary Education: Judicial board, 
BSA, Chess club, IM. 

JEFFREY W. JUNDT— (Addison), Pre-Med: 
Tri-Beta, ACS, Blue Key, student curator of 
Jurica Museum, Karate club. 

RAY-DENNIS KARPF — (Naperville), Phys- 
ics: CCD, MR, Physics club secretary, 
Spanish club. 

HENRY JAY KEDZIORSKI — (Chicago), 
Mathematics: Tabard manager, SAB class 
rep, Blue Key, Chess club, Math club, IM, 
Academic senator, Elections committee, Phi- 
losophy club. 

JIM KENNEDY — (LaGrange), Biology: IM, 
baseball, Biology club. 

ALGIMANTAS S. KERPE — (Cicero), Pre- 
Med (Biology): Cross country, track, IM, 
Karate club. 

KATHY KONCEL — (Midlothian), Biochem- 
istry: RA, ACS, Blue Key, IM. 

JOHN KOMEN— (Lombard), Business Eco- 
nomics: tennis, IM, Business club. 

LORETTO KOWAL — (Naperville), English: 
IM, yearbook, Reader's Theatre. 

JAMES A. KUCHARSKI — (DesPlaines), 
Economics/Business Economics: produc- 
tions, Blue Key president, TA, IM. 

NORINE L. KULA — (Chicago), Social 
Science: IM, women's varsity basKetball. 

MICHAEL G. KYKTA — (Chicago), Biochem- 
istry: Chess club president, IM. 

DAVID PAUL LAMBERT— (Kankakee), Psy- 
chology: baseball, IM, Psych club. 

MARK LEE — (Little York), Music Educa- 
tion: Academic senator, Reader's Theatre, 
CAB, Orchestra, Chorus, Blue Key. 

WILLIAM J. LEONETTI — (Itasca), Biology: 
IM, Blue Key vice-president, RA Tri-Beta, 
Biology club. 

DEBBIE L. LICZWEK — (La Grange), Chem- 
istry: TA, Tri-Beta, ACS. 

AL LINHART — (Berwyn), Pre-Med (Biolo- 
gy): TA. 

RITA LODWIG — (Naperville), Mathematics: 
Physics honor society. 

KENNETH J. LOGAR — (Downers Grove), 
Biology: IM. 

MARY KAY MANTHEY — (St. Cloud, Min- 
nesota), Economics/Business Economics: 
Business club, Flux, MR, CCD. 

TERI LEE MICHALOWSKI — (Chicago), Po- 
litical Science: Circle K secretary, dorm 
treasurer, IM, UN, IRS. 

MARYCAROL G. MOCK — (Wood Dale), Bi- 
ology: Blue Key, Tri-Beta, IRS, Flux, Campus 
ministry, MR, IM, Circle K, CCD. 

SANDRA MOCK — (Wood Dale), Biology: 
Tri-Beta, Biology club, Karate club. 



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DONNA MUELLER — (Oak Brook), Mathe- 
matics: Women's IM coordinator, women's 
varsity basketball, Math club, TA, right to 
read tutor, Homecoming committee, bat girl. 

JAMES NORTH — (Alsip), History: IM, soph- 
omore class treasurer. 

KRISTIN L. NOTHEISEN — (Naperville), 
Music Education: Physics honor society. 

ROBERT NOWACZYK — (Chicago), Political 
Science: football, IM, IRS, Admissions and 
standards committee. 

JANET NYMARK — (Chicago), Account- 
ing/Business Economics: IM, Business club, 
bat girl. 

MICHAEL O'DONNELL— (Oak Forest), Biol- 
ogy: baseball, Circle K, medical assistant, 
IM, Blue Key, Homecoming chairman. 

JOHN O'GRADY — (Orland Park). Political 
Science: IM, RA, History club. 

JIM OLEKSY — (Long Grove), History: 
basketball, IM, Letterman's club. 

TERRANCE O'ROURKE — (Lisle), baseball, 
IM, Discipline committee, IRS. 

JAMES PARYL— (Chicago Heights), Mathe- 
matics: IM, Math club, Soccer club, Chorus. 

DEBRA PAWLICKI — (Downers Grove), His- 
tory: Biology club treasurer, History club 
secretary/treasurer, Campus ministry. 

PETER G. PIGNATIELLO — (Calumet City), 
Physical Education: baseball, IM, PEclub. 

TARAS R. PROCZKO — (Chicago), Political 
Science: basketball, IM. 

RITA POPRAWSKI — (Cicero), Music Edu- 
cation: Blue Key, Orchestra, Chorus, 
women's varsity volleyball, cheerleader, 
Homecoming chairman, IM, Winter Weekend 
committee, dorm gov't. 

DONNA PRZEPIORKA — (Cicero), Bio- 
logy/Biochemistry: Blue Key, Tri-Beta, ACS 
vice president, Academic senator, Educa- 
tional programs committee, bat girl, IM, 
Campus ministry, Flux. 

THOMAS RAGUSA — (Joliet), Biology: Blue 
Key, Tri-Beta, Biology club, IM. 

ANTHONY GEORGE RAINEY — (Chicago), 
Physical Education: Football, wrestling, 
track, BSA president and vice-president, IM. 

KEVIN J. REID — (Dolton), Chemistry: TA, 
IM. 

WILLIAM REIF — (Glen Ellyn), Political 
Science: Blue Key. 

DEBBIE RITA — (Berwyn), Biochemistry: 
medical assistant, cheerleader, ACS secre- 
tary, SAB class rep, Blue Key, IM. 

RALPH RUGGIERO — (Chicago), Business 
Economics: baseball, Business club. 

JAMES RYAN — (Chicago), Business Eco- 
nomics: football, Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes. 

BOB SCHELLINGER — (South Bend, In- 
diana), Physical Education: junior class rep, 
football, PE club president. 

DAVID SCHMECHT — (Broadview), Physical 
Education: basketball. 

JAMES SCHMITT — (Lisle), Business Eco- 
nomics. 



BRENT J. SCHRAMER 
try: ACS, IM. 

MICHAEL SEBELA 
Science: baseball. 



(Aurora), Chemis- 



(Westmont), Political 



MARY TERESE SHEEHAN — (Chicago), 
Mathematics: women's IM coordinator, 
bookstore manager, women's varsity basket- 
ball, women's volleyball, IM, Math club, TA, 
batgirl. 

PATRICIA SHEETS — (Joliet), Biology: IM, 
women's varsity basketball, SAB class rep, 
CAB, Orchestra. 

STANLEY THOMAS SHEFFNER — (Ever- 
green Park), Psychology: IM, Psych club. 

WILLIAM SMIALEK — (Woodridge), Biology: 
Tri-Beta. 

MICHAEL SPONSLER — (Lisle), Biology: 
football, Blue Key treasurer, Biology club, 
RA, IM. 

MARY ANN SPRADLIN — (Naperville), Biol- 
ogy: Blue Key, ACS, IM, junior class 
secretary/treasurer, SAB class rep, women's 
varsity basketball. 

JEANINE SULLIVAN — (Oak Lawn), Psy- 
chology: dorm gov't, Psych club, yearbook, 
IM. 

JANET SVOBODA — (Berwyn), Account- 
ing/Business Economics: SAB treasurer, 
Flux, IM, WIBC, Pom Pon, Business club, 
MR, Circle K, dorm gov't, Homecoming 
queen, bat girl. 

DAVID SWANSON — (Lisle), Physical Edu- 
cation: PE club, Academic senator, RA, IM, 
senior class president. 

PHILIP THOMAS — (Ottawa), Biology: foot- 
ball, Letterman, BSA, IM, Wine Psi Phi, Pub 
planning committee. 

DILLA V. THOMPSON 
tinuing Education. 



(Oak Brook), Con- 



SUSAN M. TRAVNIK — (Chicago), Mathe- 
matics: chairwoman of Winter Weekend, Ac- 
ademic senator, women's varsity basketball, 
Chorus, IM. 



Not Pictured 
LORRAINE ALLEN: Biology 
HARRY BASS: Biology 
RICHARD BECKER: Music / Psychology 
LAWRENCE BELLENDIR: Health Science 
THOMAS BIK: Psychology 
PAUL BLANCA: Mathematics 
PATRICK BLANEY: Biology 
MICHAEL BONTEMPS: Psychology 
WILLIAM BROWN: Religious Studies 
JANE BURNS: Accounting /Business Economics 
ROBERT BURTON: Accounting / Business Economics 
TERRENCE CARLISLE: Economics 
PAUL CZARAPATA: Physics 
MARILYN ESPOSITO: Elementary Education 
GREGORY EVANS: Biology 

ROBERT FERRARA: Business Economics / Economics 
DAVID FISCHER: Psychology 
PAUL GEDVILAS: PSYCHOLOGY 
WILLIAM GOMOLKA: Business Economics 
PETER GRECO: Business Economics 
MARY ELLEN GROVES: Sociology 
THOMAS HENNELLY: Literature and Communications 
ROBERT HOLUB: Mathematics / Physics 
SISTER LOUIS MARIE HONC: Elem. Education 
DAVID HUCEK: Biology 

KENNETH HUTH: Business Economics / Economics 
RICHARD KANAK: Biology 
DAVID KECK: Physical Education 
JEROME KIERAS: Business Economics 
EDWARD KLOSOWSKI, JR.: Business Economics 
ANTHONY KMIEC: History 

CHARLES KNIGHT: Business Economics / Economics 
LINDA KOEHLER: Business Economics 
BARBARA KOWALSKI: Biochemistry 



DAN VARNER — (Lisle), Business Econom- 
ics: baseball, Letterman, referee director, 
IM, Competitor, MR. 

CYNTHIA A. VOGL — (Lisle), History: IM, 
History club, sophomore class secre- 
tary/treasurer, CAB, SAB vice-president, Let- 
tuce boycott committee, Elections com- 
mittee, Bicentennial committee. 

KEITH WARPINSKI — (Plaint ield), Business 
Economics: IM, Business club. 

JUDITH M. WESTERFIELD — (Lisle), En- 
glish: Flux. 

DONNIE RUSSELL WHITAKER — (Cairo), 
Sociology: vice-president and president of 
BSA, track, IM. 

JOHN WILSON — (Chicago), Social 
Science: football, Letterman's club, social 
committee, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 
IM. 

THOMAS M. WILSON — (Cairo), Physical 
Education/Business Ecomomics: football, 
basketball, track, IM, Wine Psi Phi. 

BRUCE S. YARMOSKA — Chemistry/Mathe- 
matics: ACS, Math club, Physics club, Chess 
club. 

JAMILETTE L. JONES ZAENGER — (Glen 
Ellyn), History: Chorus, History club. 

MARK F. ZAENGER — (Glen Ellyn), Political 
Science: IRS, UN. 

FRANK G. ZELEZINSKI — (Chicago), Politi- 
cal Science: basketball, IM. 

BRAIN ZENTZ — (Western Springs), Physi- 
cal Education: football, track, basketball. 

MARK ZGONINA— (Chicago), Physical Ed- 
ucation: PE club, MR, IM, baseball. 

DAVID ZIPPER — (Western Springs), Chem- 
istry: IM, ACS, basketball. 

JOHN ZAPFEL — (Westchester), Mathemat- 
ics/Business Economics/Economics: Busi- 
ness club. 

THOMAS ZUNICA— (Calumet City), Mathe- 
matics/Biology: IM. 



CHARLES KRAMER: Business Economics 

KENT LANG: Accounting / Business Economics 

JAMES MANGAN: Business Economics 

ROBERT MCGLYNN: Physical Education 

MICHAEL MCKINNON: Political Science 

ROBERT PEREZ: Psychology 

SARA POPE: Biology 

BONNIE PRESTON: Elementary Education 

MARK PUCCI: Chemistry 

MICHAEL RAHN: Mathematics / Economics 

RICHARD REDIEHS: Business 

Economics / Accounting 

DAVID REID: Business Economics/ Mathematics 

GERALD RILEY: Biology 

EDGAR RUBLE: Biology 

DAVID SAIZ: Biology 

OEBORAH SCHOEBEL: Elementary Education 

MARY SELLEN: Literature and Communications 

KENNETH SNYDERS: Accounting / Business 

Economics 

JUDITH STANEK: Business Economics 

ROBERT STANKUS: Physical Education 

JAMES STRESS, JR.: Biology 

DENNIS TERPIN: Business Economics 

FREDERICK TOENNINGS: Psychology 

THOMAS TUCH: Business Economics 

KEVIN TURNER: Biology 

ROBERT VAN WONTERGHEM II: Business 

Economics / Economics 

STEPHEN WAGNER: Mathematics 

MARY WALSH: Elementary Education 

THOMAS WATSON: Business Economics 

LINDA WOEHLER: Sociology 

THERESE WRIGHT: Music Education 

EDWARD ZBELLA: Biochemistry 

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Index 



Abbatiello, Anton 131 

Adams, Bill 62,68,129 

Adams, Mary Gail 40, 53 

Aeschliman, Jan 41 

Aguirre, Frank 50, 176 

Albertti, Dr. Charles 29 

Allen, Lorraine 169 

Alvarez, Dr. Luz Maria 31 

Alviti, James 156, 168 

Anderson, Ann 64, 156, 168 

Anderson, Peggy 156, 168 

Anderson, Ron 75 

Anthony, Steve 75 

Antoskiewicz, Bill 52, 53, 68, 117, 131 

Arrivo, John 62, 156, 168 

Ascroft, Linda 128 

Avery, David 75 



Baker, Dr. James 29, 46 

Baluta, Gary 127 

Banas, M. Katherine 83,168 

Banks, Vicki 73, 77, 98, 99, 1 07, 1 1 6 

Bannes, John 168 

Bardachowski, Paul 53, 59, 72 

Barnish, Mike 100 

Baron, Bob 128 

Barta, Bob 53, 58, 59, 68 

Bartusek, Jim 64 

Basener, David 64, 73, 168 

Bass, Harry 169 

Baumbich, Charlene 75 

Baxter, Judith 61, 63, 168 

Bayci, Bill 48,72,117,129,131 

Bazan, Lorraine 156, 168 

Beach, Joseph 168 

Bean, Dr. Philip 30, 64, 76 

Becker, Richard 169 

Bell, Dr. James 36 

Bellendir, Lawrence 169 

Benco, Don 68, 168 

Benjamin, Bill 72 

Bennett, Kevin 67, 131 

Bergeron, Michael 61, 156, 168 

Berglund, Mary Ann 98 

Bernhard, Ms. Barb 22 

Bernier, Howard 80 

Bertellorti, Marian 26, 50, 52, 70, 176 

Bettasso, Bernie 126 

Bielawski, Dave 48, 49, 75 

Bielinski, Ray 128 

Bik, Thomas 169 

Bingham, Sue 128 

Birch, Paul 52,53,117,131 

Black, Ida 17 

Blahunka, Bob 169 

Blanca, Paul 169 



Blaney, Pat 77,97,156,169 
Bleecker, Ada 17 
Block, Mr. Walter 22 
Bogdanove, Dr. Lasca 26 
Bollinder, Larry 59 
Bontemps, Michael 169 
Bosnak, Joan 45 
Bounelis, Pam 126 
Bowe, Dr. Joseph 37 
Bowen, Paul 75 
Bower, Dale 75 
Boyle, Denny 73 
Bozek, Mr. Phil 32,176 
Brennan, Mike 48, 49, 64 
Bresser, Rickya 40 
Brogan, Sue 98 
Brothers, Sister Alma 19 
Brown, Michael 74 
Brown, Sabrina 54 
Brown, William 169 
Bugno, Terrence 83 
Buresh, Fr. Vitus 40 
Burke, Mr. Kevin 39 
Burnham, Alan 126 
Burns, Jane 156, 169 
Burns, Mary 156, 168 
Burns, Mike 59 
Burton, Rick 75 
Burton, Robert 169 
Bury, Kathy 83 
Buss, Dr. Duane 37, 61 
Butler, Dr. Charles 34 
Bychowski, Tom 53 
Byrne, Dr. John 32 



Callahan, Bill 93, 94 

Canavan, Mary 72, 131 

Cannell, Dr. Lynell 37 

Carlisle, Terrence 169 

Carlson, Coach Marvin 36, 92, 94 

Carney, Dr. Rose 33 

Carroll, Mr. Edward 22 

Carruthers, Jon 54 

Carruthers, Ken 71, 93, 94, 157, 168 

Casilass, Chris 128 

Castagnoli, Sue 74 

Celeschi, Dennis 75 

Ceplecha, Fr. Christian 30, 64 

Chaffee, Clark 75 

Champlin, Mr. David 31 

Chandler, Mary Ann 48, 53, 76, 83, 168 

Chang, Fr. Joseph 20 

Chase, E. Stan 63, 83 

Chase, L.R. 20 

Chorvat, Kris 130 

Christy, Susan 157, 168 

Church, Frank 74 

Ciesielski, Margaret 61,107 

Clark, Ms. Eileen 33 



Clark, Mr. James 32 

Cohen, Don 75 

Colby, Marge 45, 70, 76, 83 

Coleman, Mr. Bruce 36,77,114 

Coleman, Ms. Rosemary 32 

Consiglio, Angelo 61,72,73,127 

Corkill, Ms. Dulcie 16 

Corley, Mike 52 

Cossette, Dr. Ann 38 

Coulomb, Glen 157,168 

Craft, Dick 97, 129 

Cudjoe, Dale 55 

Culligan, Mr. Thomas 14 

Curley, Ms. Curley 19 

Czarapata, Paul 169 

Czerak, Mr. Gerald 19, 48, 76, 176 



Davern, Mike 131 

Davidson, Donna 98 

Daviduke, Donna 96, 116 

Davis, Don 55,59,71,83,157,168 

Davis, Valerie 54 

Deagan, Jim 113 

Dean, Margaret 48,49,157,168 

Deane, Ed 67, 131 

DeChristino, Joe 95 

De Sitter, Mary 96,158,168 

De Sitter, Steve 62 

Detmer, Ken 129 

Dickson, Ed 100, 101, 102, 104, 105 

Dikty, Alan 48,49,80,83,159,168 

DiPasquo, Raymond 168 

Dolatoswki, Virginia 61 

Downs, Mr. Kevin 36 

Doyle, Mark 75 

Dreas, Gayle 70 

Dubiel, Tim 62, 73 

Duda, Ralph 63,68,83 

Duerbeck, Fr. Julian 38 

Dyba, Mr. Thomas 15 



Eager, Mike 75 

Eben, Craig 40 

Einsle, Fred 75 

Ekins, Thomas 48,108,158,168 

Elster, Linda 130 

Esposito, David 59, 158, 168 

Esposito, Marilyn 169 

Evans, Craig 41 

Evans, Gregory 169 

Eversole, Arnie 74 

Exharos, Mike 59 



Fallon, Kathy 128 



170 



Farnaus, Mr. Nobert 16 
Farnham, Cynthia 62, 158, 168 
Fauser, Dr. Patricia 34 
Ferensen, Morris 176 
Ferenzi, James 158, 168 
Ferrara, Robert 169 
Ferraro, Susan 158,168 
Fialkowski, Anne 158,168 
Fieldstack, Mr. Charles 21 
Fillichia, Dan 129 
Fineis, Tom 83 
Fink, Mike 109 
Fischer, David 169 
Fitzgerald, Eileen 158, 168 
Fitzsimmons, Katie 67, 72, 73 
Fitzsimmons, Martha 67, 73, 168 
Flavin, Cathy 53 
Flood, Ellen 168 
Ford, Marilyn 159,168 
Forster, Robert 168 
Foster, Bill 48 
Fox, Sherry 168 
Frank, Steve 70,115,129 
Franks, Ron 59, 62, 73, 129 
Fulara, Jack 129 
Fuss, Judy 61 



Gaffney, Dr. James 38 

Gallagher, Pat 80,129 

Gawriluk, Susan 75 

Gaynor, Robert 159, 168 

Gedvilas, Paul 169 

Gerber, Ms. Marjorie 18 

Gereaux, Kathy 127 

Gianotti, John 62, 100, 102, 104 

Gibbons, Joan 74 

Givens, Sunshire 127 

Gladis, Ms. Mary Sue 16 

Glaza, Carol 98 

Glos, Bro. Bernard 70, 129 

Golembiewski, Barry 64 

Golembiewski, Rodert 100, 159, 168 

Goliak, Jean 127 

Gomolka, William 159,169 

Gorgan, Joe 129 

Greco, Peter 169 

Green, Dr. Phillip 39 

Greiner, Bill 75 

Grgunch, Tony 100, 168 

Grossberg, Mr. Richard 26, 76 

Groves, Mary Ellen 169 

Guest, Marian 159, 168 



Haase, John 129 
Hall, Margaret 168 
Hammer, Margaret 168 
Hanak, Jim 67 



Hancock, Bill 73 
Harrison, Chris 107 
Hatmaker, Bonnie 75 
Havlik, Rt. Rev. Thomas 14 
Hawbecker, Mark 74 
Hayden, Pat 159 
Hayes, Ms. Jean 15 
Hazdra, Dr. James 27 
Healy, Maureen 53 
Heil, Jo 127 
Heimbecker, Daniel 168 
Hemrick, Fr. Eugene 16 
Hennelly, Thomas 169 
Hennessy, Donna 41 
Hernandez, Elsa 72, 83 
Hernandez, George 59 
Hernandez, Juan 61 
Herrara, Jorge 48, 49, 59. 97 
Herrmann, Dan 68 
Hilker, Dan 75, 159, 168 
Hilker, Richard 75, 128 
Hodoval, Mr. Fred 22 
Hoffman, Mary Ellen 52 
Hogan, Mike 59 
Holub, Robert 61, 169 
Hone, Sister Louis Marie 169 
Hoover, Gary 53 
Hopkins, Joan 40 
Hribic, Fr. Alban 34 
Hucek, David 169 
Huth, Ken 159,169 



Intilli, Aldo 59 
Intilli, Tony 59 



Jackovich, Milosh 159, 168 
Jaffke, Jim 59, 72, 73 
Jana, Mr. James 39. 76 
Janecke, Marty 53 
Jasper, Dawn 55, 107 
Javors, Jeff 45 
Jaworski, Michelle 49, 64 
Jendra, Ray 100,103,104,105 
Jennings, Jim 68 
Johnson, Christine 48, 49 
Johnson, Christopher 54, 62, 131 
Johnson, Julie 160,168 
Johnson, Karen 67, 130 
Jones, Andy 68 
Jones, Douglas 168 
Joyce, Ed 128 
Joyce, John 62, 97 
Jundt, Jeffrey 160, 168 



Kamin, Dr. Lawrence 26, 60 



Kanak, Richard 169 

Kane, Ms. Barb 36, 77, 98, 106, 107 

Kane, Mike 80 

Karl, Dan 78 

Karpf, Ray-Dennis 61, 160, 168 

Karpf, Ruth 67 

Keating, Todd 109 

Kech, David 111,169 

Kedziorski, Henry 61, 78, 168, 176 

Kellen, Karen 72,107,116,130 

Keller, J. 74,75 

Kellogg. Karen 98, 99 

Kelly, Kathy 98, 107 

Kennedy, Jim 160, 168 

Kerdphol, Sanyalak 62,128 

Kerpe, Al 97,160,168 

Kieras, Jerome 169 

Kim, Dr. Hong Yung 29 

Kinegge, Kevin 68 

Kirk, Frank 60 

Kittel, Dr. Phyllis 33 

Klamerus, Karen 1 16 

Klososki, Edward 169 

Kmiec, Anthony 169 

Knight, Charles 169 

Knobloch, John 64, 83 

Koehler, Mr. George 31 

Koehler, Linda 169, 161 

Koezot, Jim 62 

Kolar. Fr. Basil 31 

Komen, John 168 

Koncel, Kathy 70. 168 

Konop, Rita 61 

Korabik, John 109 

Kornaros, Dr. Christopher 34 

Kott, Kathy 70, 78 

Kovac, Ms. Jean 19 

Kovacs, Vic 129 

Kowal, Loretto 78, 168 

Kowalski, Barb 169 

Kowalski, Mike 61, 63, 83 

Kozlowski, Gil 60, 127 

Kramer, Charles 169 

Krogull, Mary Beth 62,116,130 

Kryztofiak, Cmdi 107 

Kubis, Gail 73, 78 

Kucera, Fr. Dan 14.15,76,82,103 

Kucharski, James 161,168 

Ku n, Dan 74 

Kuhn, Bro. Sebastian 21 

Kula. Noreen 107, 161. 168 

Kykta, Michael 161,168 



LaLoggia, Jeanine 66, 72 

Lambert, David 111,113,161,168 

Lammers, Mary 78 

Lang, Kent 169 

LaScala, Coach Anthony 6, 100, 101, 103 

Latto, Craig 48, 129 

Laucius, Viki 72 



171 



Layden, Peg 96, 130 


McQuaid, Eileen 131 


Laz, Dave 131 


Meehan, Mr. James 33, 61 


Lechanitre, Pauline 40 


Meeker, Dr. Ralph 24 


Lee, Mark 78,83,162,168 


Merola, Mike 60, 73, 127 


Lee, Mr. Soyon 28 


Michalak, Marlene 75 


Lehner, Dorene 126 


Michalowski, Teri 53,128,162,168 


Leitherer, Ms. Fran 23 


Milo, Sue 126 


Leonetti, William 56,57,71,126,168 


Miyakawa, Mr. Gay 23 


Lester, DeeDee 128 


Mock, Don 80 


Lester, Ms. Marlene 20 


Mock, Marycarol 53, 80, 162, 168 


Levine, Ms. Dolores 16 


Mock, Sandra 162, 168 


Lewandowski, Jeff 48,49,51,96,176 


Moleh, Rod 113 


Liczwek, Debbie 168 


Moran, Dennis 72 


Linder, Conrad 75 


Morris, Ben 63 


Linhart, Al 168 


Mrkvicka, John 48, 49 


Liska, Dn 74 


Mueller, Donna 162, 169 


Lisowski, Bill 48, 49, 50, 51, 73, 76, 96, 


Munninger, Bije 72, 176 


129, 176 


Murphy, Mary 126 


Lissak, Maryellen 48, 50, 61, 63, 53, 76, 




83, 176 




Loeding, Ms. Rosalie 34 




Lodwig, Rita 168 




Logar, Kenneth 168 




Logocki, Dan 100 


Nadelhoffer, Heather 83 


Lucas, William 131 


Nawrocki, Mark 62 


Luckey, Mr. James 28 


Neff, Tim 48 


Lulek, Tony 96,129 


Neighbour, Bert 75 


Lyndley, Don 74 


Nemers, Gary 108, 129 




Nichols, William 130 




Nohl.Bob 41 




North, James 169 


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Norton, Tom 62,71,128 


Maciorowski, John 72,73 


Notheisen, Kristin 169 


Madach, Michael 18, 75 


Nowaczwk, Bill 131 


Madden, Siobhan 130 


Nowaczyk, Robert 80, 162, 169 


Madura, Mr. Jeffrey 28 


Nowak, Bob 131 


Maloney, Karen 106,107,116 


Nyhan, Sue 74 


Mangan, James 169 


Nymark, Janet 162, 169 


Mann, Karen 74, 75 




Manthey, Faith 130 




Manthey, Mary Kay 162, 168 




Marcheschi, Michele 73 




I Marchese, Mr. Andrew 34, 79 




Marchetto, Sue 96, 130 


O'Brien, Candance 74 


Marchi, Bill 63 


O'Brien, Dr. John 32 


Marchlewicz, Ben 109 


Ochs, Leo 71 


Markowski, Larry 72 


O'Connor, Dan 52 


Martel, Mary Kaye 67, 176 


O'Connor, Maureen 130 


Martell, Mr. Ronald 39 


O'Connor, Scott 58 


Martinek, Kathy 74 


O'Donnell, Michael 71,83,162,16! 


Marvin, Donald 75 


O'Donnell, Pat 73, 128 


Masinelli, Vito 100 


O'Donnell, Shawna 130 


Mastandtrea, Pete 95,113 


O'Grady, John 70,163,169 


Matyasse, Ray 128 


O'Laughlin, Mike 109,129 


McAuliffe, Eileen 45 


Oleksy, Jim 100, 104, 163, 169 


McCarthy, Jim 131 


Ondriska, Fr. Albert 40 


McCarthy, Tom 68,70,112,113 


O'Neill, Debbie 98,107 


McGlynn, Robert 169 


Oparyk, Greg 131 


McGrath, Ms. Marie 18 


Opitz, John 130 


McKenna, Ms. Shirley 21 


O'Rourke, Terrance 163,169 


McKinnon, Michael 169 


Osborne, John 72, 73 


McLaughlin, Mike 64 


Ostrowski, Mr. John 36,71,111 


McMillan, Dr. Clara 27 


Owens, Bonnie 74, 75 


172 





Pacocha, Ms. Alice 25 

Pagonis, Jim 129 

Palmer, Fr. John 34 

Parke, Cindy 48, 49 

Paryl, James 163, 169 

Partricoski, Mike 53,59,176 

Pavlecic, Bill 48 

Pavletic, Vicki 127 

Pavloc, Bill 59 

Pavlock, Russ 73 

Pawlicki, Debra 169,163 

Pawtowski, Dave 62 

Peden, Dave 97 

Peppers, Bob 114, 128 

Perez, Robert 169 

Pesavento, Greg 53,62,71,83 

Piccione, John 72, 73 

Pignatiello, Peter 163, 169 

Place, Roger 75 

Place, Sharon 75 

Plese, Annette 52 

Pokorny, Corky 126 

Pope, Sara 81,169 

Poprawski, Rita 96, 98, 163, 169 

Preston, Bonnie 169 

Proczko, Taras 163, 169 

Proust, Art 61 

Przepiorka, Donna 49, 83, 163, 169 

Psingsten, Carol 70 

Pucci, Mark 169 

Puis, Ms. Elizabeth 19 



Quiros, Rolando 59, 130 



Ragusa, Thomas 164, 169 

Rahn, Michael 169 

Rainey, Anthony 115, 169 

Rapacz, Steve 64 

Ratkovick, Dennis 128 

Rausch, Dr. David 27 

Rediehs, Richard 169 

Reegan, John 129 

Reese, Carol Ann 74 

Reid, David 169 

Reid, Kevin 169 

Reif, William 169 

Rejc, Jerry 129 

Repa, John 75 

Reusz, Bernie 41, 68 

Reynolds, J. Burton 74 

Rhodes, Annette 54, 98, 99, 106, 107, 130 

Rich, Mr. Thomas 16 

Rieser, Mr. William 21 

Riggenbach, Mr. John 18, 73 

Riley, Frank 72 

Riley, Gerald 169 



Rita, Debbie 63, 70, 82, 83, 96, 164, 169 

Rivera, William 59 

Rizzo, Julie 128 

Roberts, Russ 74 

Robertson, Bill 75 

Rogalski, Fr. Robert 39 

Romer, Dr. Daniel 39 

Rositch, Maryann 126 

Rosso, Jim 131 

Roth, Dr. Margarete Paulus 28,46 

Rownell, Mike 75 

Ruble, Edgar 169 

Rudolph, Joe 68 

Ruggiero, Ralph 110, 164, 169 

Russotto, Peter 126 

Ryan, James 164, 169 

Rybacki, Stephen 75 

Rybica, Robert 34 



Sabo, Carl 62,100,104 

Saiz, David 169 

Salcik, Justine 67 

Salvino, Kevin 130 

Sarubbi, Ms. Mary 36 

Schellinger, Bob 62, 164, 169 

Schleimer, Ms. Kathrin 15 

Schmaleft, Ms. Peg 23 

Schmecht, Dave 100,104,165,169 

Schmitt, James 169 

Schoebel, Deborah 169 

Schramer, Brent 169 

Schroeder, Art 126 

Schwarz, Dan 75 

Scott, Calvin 54 

Sebela, Michael 169 

Seghers, Ms. Jane 34 

Sellen, Mary 169 

Setzen, Dr. Joel 30 

Shayatavich, Clare 74 

Sheehan, MaryTerese 98, 106, 107, 117, 

165, 169 
Sheets, Patricia 78, 168 
Sheffner, Stanley 165,169 
Shehedi, Maushod 59 
Shonka, Fr. Richard 33 
Short, Dan 129 
Sidney, Paul 100,101,103,104 
Skupien, David 62, 128 
Sloan, Maureen 98 
Slowik, Jay 130 
Smialek, William 169 
Snyders, Kenneth 169 
Spahn, Mary 96 
Spokas, Dr. John 37 
Sponsler, Michael 169 
Spradlin, Mary Ann 169 
Stablein, Marie 98,106,107 
Stachura, Tom 72, 129 
Stacy, Dr. Gerald 25 



Stanek, Judith 169 
Stankus, Robert 169 
Stare, Bob 74 
Stecher, Sue 98 
Steghanese, Carol 130 
Stewart, Mae 40 
Strees Jr., James 169 
Suchy, Fr. Theodore 26, 65, 71 
Sullivan, Jeanine 166, 169 
Sullivan, Julane 74 
Sullivan, Kathy 126 
Sullivan, Mr. Thomas 17 
Supena, Mary 75 
Svoboda. Janet 45,56,57,169 
Swanson, Dave 83, 93. 169 
Swanson, Robert 129 



Taylor, Bro. Finian 38 
Terpin, Dennis 169 
Theodore, Diane 40 
Thinath, Vince 97 
Thomas, Philip 169 
Thomas, William 59 
Thompson, Mr. Burt 40 
Thompson, Dilla 169 
Toennings, Frederick 169 
Toussamt, Dr. Bernard 35, 64 
Townsend, Joe 74 
Tracy, Jim 100, 102 
Travnik, Susan 166, 169 
Tsi, Fr. Paul 33 
Tuch, Thomas 169 
Turner, Fr. David 25, 29 
Turner, Donna 75 
Turner, Mr. Howard 21 
Turner, Kevin 169 
Turner, Larry 75 
Turner, Raymond 75 
Tyskiewicz, Mr. Ken 25 
Tysl, Dr. Gloria 17, 30 



Vacco, Rich 72, 73, 129 

Vancura, Fr. Leo 31 

van Wonterghem, Robert 169 

Varner, Dan 166, 169 

Varner, Tom 97 

Velander, Bill 67, 128 

Vesely, Fr. Stanley 23 

Vogl, Cynthia 76, 82, 166, 169 

Vollink, Sue 61,67 

Vrabel, Kerry 61 



Wagner, Stephen 97, 169 



Walsh, Mary 169 

Walsh, Virginia 61 

Ware, Pat 61 

Warpinski, Keith 169 

Watson, Thomas 169 

Weaver, Pat 74 

Webster, Mary 70 

Wegrzynowski, Mike 109 

Weinlader, Mr. James 18 

Wesolowski, Dr. Wayne 27, 63 

Westerfield, Judith 166, 169 

Whitaker, Donnie 167, 169 

White, Ms. White 17 

Wiemerslage, Dan 128. 129 

Wild, Bob 63 

Williams, Dallas 63 

Williams, Davida 130 

Williams, Mr. Emanuel 16 

Willis, Richard 54 

Wilson, John 169 

Wilson, Mark 61,63 

Wilson, Thomaas 77,115,169 

Woehler, Linda 169 

Woods, Gary 100,101,102,104,128 

Wright, Therese 169 

Wysocke, Steve 126 



Yager, Ms. Marie 40 
Yarmoska, Bruce 167, 169 
Young, Marilyn 62, 107 



Zaborac, Ms. Catherine 40 

Zaenger, Jamilette Jones 167,169 

Zaenger, Mark 80, 169 

Zapfel, John 167, 169 

Zbella, Edward 169 

Zderad, Mr. Joe 40 

Zeger, Lynn 75 

Zelezinski, Frank 169 

Zelnick, John 63 

Zenere, Marie 130 

Zentz, Brian 66, 169 

Zeszutko, Mary Ann 64 

Zgonina, Mark 169 

Zgonina, Rick 62 

Ziegenbota, Patti 127 

Zipper, David 167, 169 

Zitnik, Pam 51,72,130,176 

Zotti, Peggy 127 

Zunica, Thomas 169 

Zuro, Dave 62 

Zygonnma, Rick 129 



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