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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Opening page 3 

Organizations page 6 

Sports page 24 

Faces and Places page 50 

Activities page 64 

Dorm Life page 88 

Faculty page 1 1 

Seniors page 1 24 

Closing page 1 50 





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Student Affairs Board 



Executive Board: Front row: Lori Lanser, 
Martha Abel. Second row: Pam Nolan, 
John Pastuovic, Dimitra Kanellopoulou. 





Senior Class Board: Front row: Lori Esser, 
Paul Tanzillo, Leo Kirwan, Sandy Arnold. 
Second row: Mary Farrell, Eileen Clbula, 
Lynn Carberry. 



Sophomore Class Board: Front row: John 
Marshcill. Second row: Kathy Bugielski, 
Dave Lopez, Karen Scalettti, Gerry Gar- 
ren, Mary Casey. 





Front Row: Kathy Clamems, Karen Lee. 
MarciaMenke. Second: Daryi Siebert.An- 
natta Markum, Pam Becker, Frank 
O'Brien. 



Front Row: Kathy McCarthy, Cathy Tous- 
saint, Nancy Wingles. Second: John Miku- 
zis, Kevin Haney. 





Front Row: Steve Antonini, Andy Rittler, 
Jeff Rodzak, Jim Bond, Tony Belcher. Sec- 
ond; Margaret Patterson, Nancy Strock, 
Maureen Pencak. Donna Hrozencik. 
Maty Geanon. Steve Seweryn. 



Commuter Association 




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Commuter's Leave It To Lady Luck 




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Yearbook 




Co-Editors: Steve Seweryn, Bernadette Boyce. 




Front Row: Therese Kawaiko, Donna Machcilica, Nancy Passantino, Bernadette Boyce, Judy Meismer, 
Janis Vacca, Sue Passantino. Second Row: Margaret Patterson, Mary Farrell, Steve Seweryn. 



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The Candor 




Front Row: Bruno Bersoner, Julie Davern, Tom Solon. Second Row: Ron Amos. Kelly Davern, Liz Eischeid. 
Ann Foley, Rudy Mejicano. Third Row: Tim Hcias, Andy Rittler, Pat Fascial^ Al Nunez, Kevin Donovan. 



French Club 




Front Row: Joan Hopkins, Michelle Hable, )oanna Crabinski, Cathy Parolek. Second Row: Michelle Szum, 
Roberta McCea, Maty Geanon, Liz Eischeid, Ann DeSitter. 



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Physics Club 




Front Row: Nancy Strock, |im Zitnik, Keith Cahill, )ohn Burke. Second Row: Rudy Mejicano, Jeff Novak, 
Dan Kowalczyk, Jim Bowe. Third Row: Jeff Mediand, Dan HInes, Gary Harvey, Joei Suter. Tom Nesnidal. 



Med-Tech Club 




Front Row: Nancy Strock. Andrea Harden, Carolyn Bifulco. Second Row: Lori LaMotte, Mary Ellen 
Johnson, Jeff Mediand. Linda Johnson, Debbie Pytlarz. 



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Blue Key 




Front Row: Dave Mock, Dave Zepeda, Dr. Phyllis Kittel. Second Row: Sue Milnamow, Judy Meismer, Sue 
Passantlno. Third Row: Jeff Rodzak, Maty Hantsch, Dan Mines. Steve Sewetyn. 



Tri-Beta 




Seated: Anna Diaz, Mary Hantsch, Tim McGee. )eff Rodzak. Maureen OLoughlin. First Row: Dave Mock, 
Mary Ridge, Patti Kiss, Janis Vacca, Chris Kwak, Regina Busato, Alice Rock, Sue Passantino. Debbie 
DeRuntz, Carolyn Bifuico, Rudy Mejicano, Steve Seweryn. Second Row: Joe Stella. Len Kuzmicki Greg 
Pusatan. Cathy Stein, Jim Mycek, Jeff Novak, John Mikuzis. Lori Flood. Diane Borozak. Debbie Rosiejka, 
Jean Runge. Third Row: Tom Solon, Fred Stroner, Gary Harvey, Tony Pollastrini, Jeff Medland Ted Patras 
Bob Rozner, Glenn Grobe, Jim Weel. 



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Math Club 




Front Row: Rudy Mejicano. Mr. Meehan, Dave Mock, Doug Becker. Second Row: Sue Milnamow. |eanne 
Stablein, Dan Mines, Judy Meismer. Third Row: Nancy Strock, Ron Swantrom. Bob Gullett. Keith 
Kostecka, Tom Bicek. Annette Markun. Steve Becker. 



Computer Club 




Front Row: Bernadette Boyce, Margaret Patterson. Second Row: Mike Cooney, Steve Becker, Kim 
Shroka, Helen Brown. Third Row: Mike Delorey, Bob McMalion, Bob Guilett, Paul Schmidt. 



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Business Club 




Front Row: Grace Mendez, Pat Reidy. Grace Doherty, Donna Wingels. Second Row: Andy Rittler Terry 
Martinka, Kevin Haney. ^ • :i 



Phi Gamma Nu 



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Tont Row: AI Nunez, Karen Kalcic, Leo Klrwan. Second Row: Kevin Haney, Maureen Sullivan, Mary 
arrell, Bridget Brennan, Margaret Patterson. 



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Circle K 




Front Row: Cathy Rausch, David Stec, Maureen Colgan, Bob Tracy, Linda Johnson. Second Row: Bill 
Steele, Pam Becker, Donna Herihey, Kathy Lofton, Cindy Knox. Colette Szmergalski. Third Row: Mar- 
garet McLaughlin, Mike O'Ryan, Maureen Pencak, Kevin Haney, Brother Finnian, Linda Tomsky, Pat 
Reidy. 



Music Club 




Front Row: Stephany Boesso, Peter Fischer, Julie Keefe, Rita Wagner, Pam Becker, Ann Thompson, Cind; 
Mackie, Karen Smutny. Second Row: Paul Thompson, Tom Swanston, Rob Drdak, Joe Bartow, Jim Ams 
Mciry Gallian, Jim Brennan. 



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Extra-Ordinary Minister 




Front Row: Marty Ellman. Donna Wingels, Fr. Theodore. Kathy McCarthy, Kathy Schmitt. Melinda An- 
toskiewicz. Second Row: Jaime Escobedo, Russ Travis. Dan Mines, Bob Herrmann. Bernie O'Reilly. 



BSA 




Front Row: Marty Travis, )ackie Morris, Loleta Carroll, Ulyss Miles, Barry Williams. Second Row: Deldre 
Booker, Carolyn Caldwell, Edwina Louis, Stan Evans, Crystal Altman. Third Row: Ed Howard, Marlon 
Mitchell, Warren Callahan, Darryl Banks, George Cohn. 



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Pom-Pon 




Standing: Anne Marie Malone, Dawn Cruickshanic, Vicid Plys, Bernie Gardner, Eileen Strevell. Co-Capt. 
)ulie Davern, Co-Capt. Nancy D'Apply, Coach Mary Sarrubbi, Co-Capt. Kim Mikutis, Co-Capt. Becky 
Norton, Faye Kass, Diane Rakebrand. Sharon Kane, 0\geeQSa^ Cindy Knox. Second row: Ann DeSitter, 
Kathy Lofton, Jeanne Maricich, Dodi Bitz, Mary D'Apply^Lynda Cavanaugh. Ginny Young, Dee Dee 
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^^:oQ Cheerleaders 




Top: Michelle Scott. Second row: Colleen Maclntyre, Kathy Runavich. Third row: Julie Engstrom, Karen 
Brown. Fourth row: Julie Pudio, Mary Beth Duffy, Chris Muchna. 



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Political Science Society 




Front Row: Demise Marren, Rosanne Ossey, Dr. Joel Setzen, Ph.D.. J.D., Bill Miksch. Second Row: Marl< 
Eason, Mike Rolnick, Terry Ryan. 



PSS Holds Mock Trial 




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Fighting Eagles Have Strong Secison 



After a disappointing 3-7 season last year, the 
Eagles soared to a 4-0 record by the end of the fourth 
week of the football season and outscoring their op- 
ponents 1 08-40. However, as the competition began 
to toughen-up, IBC's luck began to run out. Inevitably, 
the Eagles "tackJers" completed an optimistically suc- 
cessful season with a 5-5 record. 

Team captains Ted Brady, Paul Tanzillo and Tom 
Rogowski instilled a winning attitude and optimism 
into the Eagle team. It appears that this type of win- 
ning philosophy will be continued for some years to 
come, since a great majority of this year's starters will 
be returning next year. 

One impressive statistic of this year's team is that 
the Eagles outscored their opponents 203- 1 79. Thus, 
the defense and offense combined to produce the 
most successful season in recent years. 




Front Row: Tim Humes, Andy Sestak, Pat Keehan, Tom Lynch, Pat McGrath, John Brunner, Mark Graf, Tully 
Thiebeau, John Krebs Second Row: Steve Nicle, Steve Shupret, Darren Trumbell, Bob McDonald. Brian 
Barrett, Joe Possley, Shaun O'Connor, Todd Melmarit, Chucl< Peterson, Ed Dvorak Third Row; Coach 
Michael Rogowski, Coach Donald Kuratko, Ron Amos, Greg Kolton, Hugh Murphy. Bernie O'Reilly, Ted 
Brady, Paul Tanxillo, Tom Rogowski, Stan Snarskis, Steve Deeley, Kevin Gosewich. Don Peterson, Head 
Coach Ralph Young, Coach John Ostrowski Fourth Row: Keith Trychta, John Reinert, Joe Burns, Carl 
Vanisi, Don Wagner, John Zielinski, Greg Loos, Brian Decavitch, Jeff Henry, Leo Bonds, Jim Griffen, Trainer 
Jim Tovell, Trainer Joe Wajerski Fifth Row: Trainer Al Varoni, Tom O'Conner, Ken Johnston, Mike Cooney, 
Bob Gorski, Joe Hroch, Kevin Skully, Jim Novak, Mark Tassone, John Casselman, Tim O'Brien, Bill Jeske, 
Brad Tiychta, Lew Andowski, Coach Hahn 



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Cross Country Takes NIIC Title 




Front row: Dan Tikusis, Capt. Jack Marchese, Karl GrobI, Nick Rodriguez, )ohn Ryan, )oe Kirchner. Second row: Coach Bruce Coleman, Bob 
Tracy, Rick Warner, |im Crosson, Dave Toennies, Matt Kavanagh, Coach Matt Igoe. 



The IBC Cross Country team enjoyed another suc- 
cessful season in the 1 98 1 -82 year. The Eagle's suc- 
cess could be traced to their intercollegiate in- 
vitational record. They won the Cougar Invitational at 
St. Xavier, the Spartan Invitational and their seventh 
consecutive NIIC Conference Title. 

Their enthusiasm and pride in striving for ex- 
cellerce, and the leadership qualities of Senior- 
Captain jack Marchese greatly attributed to the 
marathoners success. 

The winning tradition of this young squad was led 
by Sophomore Matt Kavanaugh (MVP) and Freshman 
Dan Tikusis (Rookie of the Year). Matt Kavanaugh set 
new time records for IBC's Cross Country team. Ul- 
timately, his success earned him possible All- 
American status for the 1 98 1 -82 season. Coach Cole- 
man, in a final comment on this season, stated that the 
team's hard work in practice indicated great potential 
for the future; in fact, "all of the freshman runners 
could be possible All-Americans". 




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CROSS COUNTRY 
St. Xavier Cougar Invitational 
Spartan Invitational 
Rockford Invitational 
Univ. of Chicago Invitational 
NIIC 



1st 

1st 

2nd 

2nd 

1st 




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The IBC Spikers Rank 4th 



The IBC Women's Volleyball team capped off a 32- 
4 regular season record with a fourth place finish in the 
NCAA Division III tournament. Conference cham- 
pions completed their season with an overall mark of 
34-6 and a 6-0 conference record. 

On August 25th Coach DiMatteo stated that she 
hoped to be in the National Intercollegiate Volleyball 
tournament when the end of the sccison was at hand, 
in late November, DiMatteo and her nine member 
squad learned that their team had earned I of 1 bids 
awarded to teams for the volleyball Nationals. 

Before the tournament, the Eagles had diligently 
worked in practice to prepare themselves. As they 
commenced with Regionals, IBC had the "home 
court" advantage. However, in route to the finals the 
Eagles knocked off 5th ranked Grove City, P.A. and the 
upset 3rd seated Sonoma State, C.A. on successive 
nights to capture the Midwest regionals. 

When IBC traveled to Maryville, Tenn. their team 
spirit was shown. The IBC squad proved that they 
were worthy of the trip by only losing to the 2nd 
ranked Juanita College. The match took 2 hours to 
play and the outcome wasn't decided until the final 
two points were scored. Ultimately, the spikers fin- 
ished fourth overall at the finals. 




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Front Row: Deeny Kuratko, )ean Fleck, Jeanne Dietrich, Kathy Schmitt, Sue Turner. Second Row: Kathy Sanders, Cheryl Martino, Coach Del 
DiMatteo, Maggie Moncek, Marie Cargano. 





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IBC 




OPP 


15.15,15 


StXavler 


4.12.11 


15, 15. 15 


Chicago State 


4. 4. 4 


15,15 


Purdue 


5.8 


17,15 


St Ambrose 


15. 1 1 


16,15 


North Central 


14. 11 


15. 15, 15 


Trinity 


11.8.5 


15.15 


Chicago 


8.7 


15.15 


MacMurray 


5.8 


15.15 


Marietta 


2.8 


15.15 


Illinois Wesleyan 


3.5 


15.2 


North Central 


8.15 


15.15 


George Williams 


5.10 


11,15 


MlUlkln 


15,10 


15.15 


Lake Forest 


5.11 


15. 16.15 


Wheaton 


5.14.11 


15.15 


Illinois Wesleyan 


11.3 


15.15 


Lake Forest 


5.11 


15.13.9 


Chicago 


3. 1 5. 1 5 


18.15 


North Central 


16.2 


15.15.15 


ConconJla 


3. 11.8 


9. 1 5. 1 5. 6. 1 5 


Elmhurst 


15,13,6,15,13 


15,15 


Illinois College 


4,10 


15.15 


St Marys 


5,8 


15.15 


Thorton 


5,5 


15.15 


Clariie 


2,3 


13.11 


Wheaton 


15.15 


15.15.15 


Rockford 


10,2.5 


13.15. 15. 15 


judson 


15,5.4.9 


12. 10 


Quincy 


15. 15 


16.10. 15 


Princpia 


14.15. 11 


15.15 


MacMurray 


1.9 


1 5. 1 5. 1 5 


Aurora 


5,2. 10 


1 5. 1 5. 1 5 


Trinity 


4,7,0 


15.15.15 


Marquette 


4,6,6 


1 5. 1 5. 1 5 


Olivet 


3, 3. 1 1 


15.15 


North Park 


5.9 


15.15 


Wheaton 


12,5 


1 5. 9. 5 


Mllllkin 


9. 1 5. 1 5 



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FOOTBALL 




IBC 




OPP 


32 


St. Ambrose 


17 


28 


Eureka 





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North Park 


13 


14 


Lakeland 


10 


17 


Olivet N 


26 


6 


Loras 


7 


21 


Augustana 


49 


31 


Concordia 


7 





Elmhurst 


28 


20 


North Eastern 
Final Record: 5-5 


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Cagers Have Trying Season 




When IBC's Men's Basketball team took to the court 
this season, head coach Tony LaScala knew that a lack 
of height and experience would be the determining 
factors for this season. Unfortunately, his premenision 
was correct. The Eagle cagers ended a very mediocre 
season with an overall record of 9- 1 6. 

Consistent performances by Juniors Bob Rapp, 
Warren Callahan and Terry O'Donnell, and Freshman 
Don Navigate helped to create an atmosphere of ex- 
citement for the IBC cheering section throughout the 
entire season. Their performances often kept the 
Eagles in striking range in many games. 

This year's squad was very young with only Senior 
— Captain Russell Travis quarterbacking the team 
from his backcourt (guard) position. Thus, next 
season's team will have an added dimension of expe- 
rience built-in to its blueprints for victory. 




Front Row: Coach Tony LaScala, Russell Travis, Gene Kelly. Brian Krajewski, Marty Gaughan. joe Cullotta. Second Row: Dan Navigato, Mark 
Linz, John McGinn, Bob Rapp, Tom Skraby, Terry O'Donnell. Warren Callahan. 



Women Cagers Record Season 




Front Row: Rita Schuiz, Judy Yost, Jackie Frederking. Marie Soltis, Sheri Petrick, Trainer A! Varoni. Second Row: Coach Dave Swanson, Laura 
Martinek, Debbie Wagner. Betsy Knox, Ann Ryan, Cathy Teale, Kathy Przbyia. 



The 1 98 1 -82 Eagle women's basketball team used 
a balanced scoring attack, a tough zone defense, and 
a 1 4 game winning streak to wind up with an overall 
record of 1 6-3. However, despite their strong finish 
and a 1 3th place ranking in the nation, the Eagles did 
not receive their second consecutive bid to the NCAA 
Division III National tournament. Nevertheless this 
years squad can be proud of their accomplishments 
and overall record. 

Some of the contributing elements, which lead to 
the most successful season in IBC's history, was the 
outstanding performances of Rita Schuiz, Marie Soltis, 
Judy Yost and Laura Martinek. Moreover, in recogni- 
tion of their fine conference play, Rita Schuiz and Judy 
Yost were elected to the NIIC All-Conference team. 

At the conclusion of this season. Head Coach Dave 
Swanson commented, "we were a 'team' in every 
sense of the word." Furthermore, he stated that he 
was looking forward to next season since his 11- 
member squad was returning in full; therefore, an 
extra dimension of experience would be added to 
their quest for victory. 




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OPP 


Lake Forest 


56 


North Central 


82 


St. Xavier 


49 


Elmhurst 


73 


Wheaton 


66 


Rockford 


70 


George Williams 


48 


Judson 


63 


Aurora 


50 


St. Xavier 


48 


Illinois College 


64 


Trinity 


46 


Wheaton 


56 


Olivet 


45 


Chicago St. 


64 


Elmhurst 


61 


North Park 


58 


George Williams 


44 


Concordia 


54 




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Eagles Take To The Water 





RECORD 



Front row: Jack Russell. Steve Becker Co-Capt., John Lane, Tom Russell. Ross Milsna. Second row: Brian Moran. Gerry Kilroy. Chris West, Pat 
Russell. Bob McMahon Co-Capt.. Mike Zak. Third row: Doug Becker Manager. Jim Smith Coach, Rob Stablein. John Marshall. Jeff Medland, 
Dan Flynn, Tim Haas, Gerry Petit. 

When the 1981 -'82 swimming season started, 
Coach |im Smith impressed upon his swimmers the 
ideology that they swam for their own personal enjoy- 
ment. However, the JBC men's and women's swim 
teams also enjoyed a winning season. 

From the men's squad, they finished the seeison 
with a record of 8- 1 . Five swimmers ultimately quali- 
fied for nationals — Gerry Kilroy, Dan Flynn, Chris 
West, Steve Becker and Mike Sheridan. 

The women's team also had a good season, 
although their 4-5 record argues to the contrary. 
Strong performances by Corlette Bartholmey, Tricia 
Madden, jeannie Stablein and Colleen Collins enabled 
the women's squad to have a fine season. 

Finally, Co-Captain Steve Becker commented that 
this season was like a "social fraternity", in that every- 
one "provided a level of intensity which set an atmos- 
phere to do your best" in every meet. 



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IBC 


Men's Team 


OPP 


59 


College of DuPage 


49 


60 


IIT 


53 


61 


Rockford 


38 


62 


North Central 


51 


58 


Wheaton 


55 


1st Place 


HAWK Relays 




50 


Kalamazoo 


63 


75 


North Central 


40 


4th Place 


Wheaton College Invitational 
Women's Team 




1 St Place 


Knox College Invitational 




2nd Place 


Wheaton College Invitational 




89 


North Central 


58 


63 


UICC 


74 


85 


College of DuPage 


38 


79 


St. Mary's 


62 


48 


Wheaton 


49 


52 


Lake Forest 


97 


62 


Loyola 


73 




Front row: Lisa Bower, Tricia Madden. Jeanne Stablein Captain. Corlette Bartholomey, Kathy Shea, Sue O'Connor. Second row; Doug Becker. 
Sally Cassin, Regina Murphy, Colleen Collins, Carol Miller, Jim Smith Coach, Gerry Petit Coach. 



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Women Finish 2nd in Conference Play 



The Women's Softball team continued to illustrate 
strong and consistent play in the 1 982 secison. The 
young squad compiled a NCAA Div. Ill recorded of 
21-10 and posted an overall record of 23- 1 2 for this 
season. 

The squad was lead by Sophomore Rita Schultz, 
Junior |udy Yost, and Seniors Sue Milnamow and Deb 
Wagner. While Sue and Deb pitched IBC took victory 
after victory by letting their bats do the talking to drive 
the winning runs home. 

When the end of the season approached the Eagle 
squad, the NCAA granted a bid to them to the NCAA 
Div III West Regional Tournament. Unfortunately, IBC 
ran into a tough Aurora Club and they suffered two 
heart-breaking defeats at the hands of Aurora, thus 
eliminating IBC from tournament competition. 

The Eagles will be returning most of their players for 
the next season, thus the potential for another win- 
ning season is favorable. One final note about the IBC 
women's softball team is that in the past three sea- 
sons, they have posted a 53-24 record. This record 
translates to an outstanding percentage of .688. 
Therefore, there is no doubt that they will continue 
their winning tradition. 






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Front Row: Linda Pullano, Meg Walsh, Laura Martinek. Maureen Valenta, Marty McDonough. Julie White. Sue Milnamow. Second: Coach Deb 
Dl Matteo, Deb Wagner, Rita Schuiz, Jeanne Golembiewski. Jean Powell, Judy Yost, Ann Ryan, Asst. Coach Cheryl Teale, Mary Casey. 



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IBC 




OPP 


7 


MacMurray 


8 


9-2 


Illinois College 


2-0 


3 


St. Xavier 


3 


12 


Olivet 





4 


DePaul 


7 


5 


North Park 





6-0 


Lewis 


4-2 


8-0 


Elmhurst 


0-1 


11-12 


Wheaton 


0-8 


23-17 


Trinity 


1-1 


12 


Platterville 


2 


11 


Milton 


2 





Stevens Pt. 


8 


7-7 


George Williams 


0-0 


9-4 


Concordia 


12-5 


20-5 


Lake Forest 


18-3 


5-3 


McKendree 


11-4 


2-4 


Aurora 


3-2 


12-6 


Olivet 


10-8 


6-10 


Judson 


5-0 


5-6 


Rockford 


1-1 


3-3 


NCAA Div III Tournament Aurora 


8-5 


23-12 







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Baseball Team takes 2nd in Conference 







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Front Row: Bret Skonicki, Pete Belmonte, )im Kapla. Marlon Mitchell. Greg Steadman, Ed Keck. Second: Greg Kurcab. Bob Nykaza, Joe Kolar, 
Mike Suglich, Joe Pudio, Jim Weel, Mike Powers, Dave Wilson. Third: Coach Dave Swanson. Joe Lagesse, Don Johnson. Jeff Krizic. Scott 
Carlson. Tom Burch. Rich Foster. Mike Gallina. Ed Kolar. Coach John Ostrowski. 

The IBC Varsity Baseball squad combined a strong 
offensive attack with an impressive pitching rotation 
as they took the field for 1 982 season. When the final 
strike was called to end the season, the Eagles would 
post an impressive Conference record of 1 6-9. How- 
ever, despite this mark, the Eagles ended their secison 
in 2nd place behind Rockford College. The overall re- 
cord, which includes the Southern trip, was 23-2 1 - 1 . 

Seniors |oe Kolar, Mike Powers, MVP Mike Suglich, 
and freshman Ed Kolar lead the offensive attack for the 
Eagles. Most impressive though, was the recording- 
breaking performance by Mike Suglich. Suglich hit for 
an average over .400, stole almost 25 bases, and 
played a strong defensive right field position. Suglich 
is a candidate for All-American status for his outstand- 
ing and aggressive play on the diamond. 

From the mound, Mike Gallina, Don Wilson and Se- 
nior Scott Carlson posted fine performances to enable 
the Eagles to be competitive all year. Scott Carlson 
finished the season with the best pitching record, win- 
ning five games and only losing one. 

The area which plagued the Eagles this season was 
defense. In many critical times during the season the 
Squad failed to deliver strong defensive play. How- 
ever, Coach John Ostrowski feels that since a great 
majority of his squad were underclassmen, experi- 
ence gained this season will be seen in their play next 
season. 





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IBC 




OPP 


7 


North Park 


10 


12 


Lewis 


6 


2 


Elmhurst 


3 


10 


Elmhurst 


2 


1 


Aurora 


2 


1 


Aurora 





5 


Nortli Central 


1 


8 
15 
16 

6 


Trinity 

Trinity 

Quincy 

McKendree 


7 
4 
7 



15 


St. Xavier 


4 


1 


St. Francis 


5 


14 
1 


judson 
Olivet 


2 

1 


4 


Olivet 


3 


8 


Concordia 


2 


11 


Concordia 


5 


4 


Rocl^ford 


5 


9 


Rocl^ord 


10 


3 
7 


Judson 
St. Francis 


1 

15 


19 
6 


University of Chicago 
Nortliwestern 


6 
9 


6 


Northwestern 
Southern Trip 7-12-1 


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IBC Regains NIIC Title 





The IBC track and field season began on January 
30th and ended with the NCAA Div. Ill National 
Championships on May 29th. During that period of 
time IBC competed in over 1 5 Invitationals including 
Nationals and the Northern Illinois Intercollegiate 
Conference Championship. 

IBC qualified five men for the Nationals. They were 
)im Kavanaugh, |im Socha, Kurt Keppner, Stanley 
Evans and Anthony McCain. These five individuals 
helped to lead IBC to many successful team victories. 
McCain and Kavanaugh were honored as Co-MVP's, 
while Stanley Evans and Don Toennies were named 
Rookies-of-the-Year. 

Initially, many new records were set by the track- 
sters this year. Andy Podyma tossed the shot-put for a 
new record, while Anthony McCain in the triple jump 
and Jim Kavanaugh in the 5000 meter race, each 
captured new IBC school records. Secondly, and 
most importantly, IBC regained the NIIC title. 

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Elmhurst 1 st 

IBC Invitational 2nd 

Ecumenical Invitational 5th 

N.i.l.C. 1st 
N.CAA. Division 111 National Championships 




Front Row: Stan Evans. Mark Zych, Rick Warner, joe Kirchner, Andy Podyma, Dave Toennies. Juvenal 
Gomez. Second Row: Coach Matt Igoe, Dan Tikusis, Bob Tracy, )im Kavanaugh, John Ryan. Trainer Al 
Varonl. Felix Rivera. Third Row: Jim Socha, George Trumbell. Dan Bechina, Jim Crosson. Jerry Hinley, Alex 
Ghanayem, Ed Howard. Coach Bruce Coleman. 



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Soccer Club has 4-3 record 







Front Row: Al Nunez, Mike Mar- 
tlrano, Dave Schwartz. Juvenal 
Comer, Bill Miksch. Second: Fred 
Synkovitz, Terry Ryan, Bob Her- 
rmann, Keith Kostecka, Rudi Meji- 
cano, Jim Brennan, Tom Bicek. 
Not Pictured: Jeff Knight, Tom 
Healy. 



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Spirit Rains On Homecoming 



Despite rather unpleasant fall weather loyal Eagle 
fans packed the grandstands on alumni field, to see 
their team battle the Loras Duhawks. The Eagle squad 
put forth a gallant effort but they were not able to 
overcome their opponents. The halftime festivities 
including the IBC pom pons and cheerleaders were 
climaxed by the announcement of the court with Ted 
Brady and Lori Esser being chosen to reign as king and 
queen of Homecoming 1981. 

In the evening the scene switched to the elegant 
Arlington Park Hilton and the sounds of "Unity". Cou- 
ples received an extra treat — complimentary tickets 
to the Cinderella Rockafella discoteque also located 
in the hotel. Homecoming 1 98 1 while not beginning 
on a winning note, surely ended on one. 




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IBC Welcomes Freshmen 



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Making Friends, registering for classes, and meet- 
ing the faculty and staff are just a few of the traumas 
that face incoming freshmen at the beginning of the 
school year. In an effort to make this experience a little 
easier for all involved, IBC offers a freshman orienta- 
tion program during the week before cleisses start. 

This years program, run by Larry Baker, was done a 
little differently than in past years. All of the freshman, 
both residents and commuters were housed on cam- 
pus during the program. This gave commuters a taste 
of dorm life. Also different this year, registration pro- 
cesses were complete during the orientation with the 
help of counselors and advisors. Short seminars on life 
planning, classroom skills, value clarification, fire safty, 
and assertiveness training were held during the week. 
SAB and RHA worked together to plan the social 
activities to the program. Those events held in- 
cluded, a coffee house, an ice cream social, a dance in 
the Rice Center, an outdoor band concert, and a day 
of the orientation was a day of fun of games at Camp 
Greenwood which was followed by an outdoor mass. 





Eagles Honor Parents 




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Dancers Help Fight Hunger 



Second Annual Dance-A-Thon Raises 14,000 for 
the second year IBC showed that its unity included 
the community. On November 1 3 the Junior Class, led 
by Cathy McCarthy sponsored a dance-a-thon to 
raise funds to combat World Hunger. Entertainment 
was provided for dancers and spectators by Tom 
Chapin, brother of the late Harry Chapin, and the 
Barlow Brothers as well as the sound system. The 
event proved successful, raising over 1 4,000 for the 
charity and leaving hopes high for next year. 





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Mothers, Daughters Share 

Memories" 

On Sunday October 25th, IBC's moms and their 
daughters gathered at St. Procopius Abbey to begin 
the annual Mother-Daughter Brunch. During the 
course of th Mass, the girls presented their Mothers 
with a carnation as a sign of love and peace. Next, 
everyone moved to the cafeteria for a brunch pro- 
vided by Saga. The event was sponsored by the 
Ondrak Hall government — Marci Svec, Janis Vacca, 
Patti Kiss and Patti Pindak. 



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Winter Weekend Kicks off Spring '82 



Each spring SAB sponsors the Winter Weel<end 
Dance. This event, the second semester's equivalent 
of Homecoming always proves to be a huge success 
and this year was no exception. "Say You'll Be Mine " 
set the mood for the evening at the Hamilton Hotel in 
Itasca and "Chariot " provided the music for the cou- 
ples. 





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Dads and Daughters Dance the Night Away 







The annual Father-Daughter Dance sponsored by 
the Ondrak Hall government took place on Saturday 
February 27. This years event was slightly different 
with it being held in the Social Center instead of the 
Rice Center. Since the Social Center is carpeted a 
dance floor was rented for the activity. The highlight of 
the evening was a dance contest for which prizes 
were given. 



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CA Sponsors Turnabout 




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Visitors Tour Campus 




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Students Acknowledged 



Procopian Award — Doug Becker 
Leadership Award — Tom "Milt" Dolan 
Community Service Award — Bob Herrmann 
Service Award — Donna Hrozencik 





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Picnic Celebrates Spring 




Scholars Munch at Midnight 




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Front Row: Mary Pat Harty, Dave Lopez, 
Carolyn BIfulco. Maureen Kotelas, Kathy 
Conversa, Kathy Schmitt, Sue O'Connor. 
Second: Nancy Bonczyk, Marci Svec. 
PattI PIndak, Patti Kiss, Jan Vacca, Rita 
Hughes. Colleen Collins, Anne Marie Be- 
dnarskl. Sue Rozner, Cathy Keeley. Third: 
Wayne Dentler, Ginny Young, Julie 
Davem, Peggy Whalen, Bob Marshall, 
Nancy Strock, John Cusicic, Franl( O'Brien, 
Marty Bechina. Fourth: Greg Gallager, 
Keith Kehoe, Karen Brown, Beth Gardner, 
Mike Buck, John Burke, Mike O'Ryan, 
Marty Bechina. Fifth: Fred Stroner, Tim 
Haas, Paul Hanan, Jim Bowe, Ted Brady, 
Sue Morgan, Colleen Mac Intyre. Dave 
Reynolds, Lee Ann Labus. 



Paul Hanan, Nancy Bonczyk, Peggy Wha- 
len, Kathy Conversa. 





Front Row: Donna Wingels, Donna Hro- 
zencik, Maureen Koteles, Mary Jo Rlp- 
pinger, Melinda Antoskiewicz, Nancy 
Morgan. Second: Dennis Hannon, Jeff 
Rodzak, Fr. Theodore, Fr. Timothy, Fr. Mi- 
chael, Jeff Weller, Bemie O'Reilly. Third: 
Bob Ralph, Jeff Medland, Marty Gaughan, 
Russ Travis. 



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Neuzil Hall 



Front row: Tom Solon, Jeff Weller, Gary 
Oswald, Barry Williams. Second row: 
Dave LIsack, Bill MIsch, John Nowsak. 
John Krebs, Dan Hlnes. Third row: Mike 
Delorey, Bob McMahon, Pete LaPlaca, 
Matt Hogan, Bob Herrmcuin, Keith Kos- 
techla. 





Front row: Sue Milnamow, Debbie Wagner, 
Judy Melsmer, Mary Farreli. Second row: 
Anna Diaz, Mary Hantsch, Bernedette 
Boyce, Sue Passantino, Tom Skraby. Third 
row: Karen Brown, Ann Ducant, Lynn 
Leurhs, Jean Runge, Jeanne Dietrich, 
Bridget Brennan, Bnan Fitz. Fourth row: 
Julie Minirich, Bobby Shermack, Debbie 
Vorrier, Debbie Jones, Karen Kalcic, Mar- 
garet Patterson, Terry O'Donnell. 



Front row: Greg Velagan, Dave Reynolds, 
Joe C. Kolar III, Ted Brady, Jim Weel, Steve 
Deely, Tom Shea, Fran Kwak, Bob Mar- 
shall. Second row: Ken Johnston, Jeff 
Medland, Leo KIrwan, Don Richardson, 
Joe Olson, Kirk Silver. Third row: Al Varoni, 
Pat Richardson, Joe Cullota, Glen Grobe, 
Mike Zak, Brian O'Bora. 




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Neuzil Hall 



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Front row: John Mikuzis, Jeff Weller. 
Second row: Al Ceisel, Kevin O'Keefe, 
Dan Koweilcyk, Gary Harvey, Bob David- 
son, Bricin Kenny. Third row: Mil<e McCur- 
rie, Ralph Carbone, Tom Straka, Gerry Kil- 
roy, Brian Fitz, )ohn Karakourtis, Ted 
Patras. 



Front row: Kathy Schmitt, Dee Dee Wola- 
nin, Kathy Javorik, Kathy Sanders, Maria 
Gargano, Janet Kreibs. Second row: Nan- 
cy Tosto, Ann Marie Malone, Lynn Car- 
berry, Betty Wrzesinski, Kim Mikutis, 
Karen Brown. Third row: Lori Esser, Linda 
O'Connor, Sue Morgan, Sue Reilly, Dawn 
Amashus. 




Jeff Weller, Donna Wingels, Jeff Medland. 



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Front row: Ann Tierney, Barb Baispis, 
Janice Pakel, Colette Dmzd. Second row: 
Mindy Antoskiewicz, |oAnn Reier, Mar- 
garet Wukitsch, Marie Soltis. Third row: 
Jean Powell, Cathy Toussaint, Deb Pytlarz, 
Lori Lanser, Cathie Latus. 



Front row: Mindy Antoskiwwicz, Susan 
Rozner. Grace Mendez, Ann Turk, )ane 
Marchetto, Therese Kawalko. Third row: 
Jamie Weller, Chris Muchna, Sonia Giych, 
Kris Bettinardi. 




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Front row: Josie Sobieraj, Kathy Hugar, 
Linda Johnson, Mary Kalbfleisch, 
MatyBeth McLain. Second row: Tracy 
Sablick, Trish Madden, Mary Bansley, 
Nancy Bonczyk. 



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Ondrak Hall 



Front row: Reggie Murphy, Patti Pindak, 
Denise Spiels, AnnaMarie Glynn. Second 
row: Mindy Antosldewicz, Connie Putz, 
Julie Janecl<e, Marc! Svec, AnnMarie 
Bednarsld. Third row: Therese Thomp- 
son, Renee Lettiere, Peggy Whalen, Ei- 
leen Valenta, Lorl Lanser. 





Front row: Mindy Antoskiewicz, Nancy 
Dabrowski, Val Capuani, Linda Pullano. 
Second row: Vicky Plys, Maribeth Duffy, 
Dina Cload, Dodi Bitz, Joanne Connolly. 
Third row: Lynda Cavanaugh. Michelle 
Szum, Ann Wojak, Cathy Stiglianese, 
Mary Billings, Ann O'Neill. 



Front row: Laura Aquino, Maureen Col- 
gan, Susie O'Connor, Janis Vacca, Mi- 
chelle Palaclos. Second row: Maty Wong, 
Donna Herllhey, Caja Pemkus, Patti Kiss, 
Pam Becker, Nancy WIngles, Ann Foley, 
Maty Ridge, Linda Balickl. 




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Ondrak Hall 




Front row: Annette Markun, Maureen 
Penczak, Sheila CrepanskI, Collette 
Szmergalskl. Second row: Mary Gary, 
Kathy Keeley, Karen Lee, Terri Relmers- 
ma, Maria Gargano, Jcinet Anderson. 



Front row: Lisa Zahlman. LeeAnn Labus. 
Second row: Laura Martinek, )oan Lam- 
perskl, Debbie De Runtz, Maggie Man- 
chek, Kathy Klamems, Jackie Spederking. 





Front row: Lisa Kirk, Mary D'Apply, Karen 
Lockwood, Lori LaMotte. Second row: 
Marty McDonough, Judy Yost, Marcia 
Menke, Mary)o Ripplnger, Rita Schulz. 
Third row: Sue Mellon, Carolyn Bone, 
Maureen Koteles, Sally Schiller. 



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Ondrak Hall 




Front row: Maureen O'Malley, 
Maureen Dufficy, Leslie Colab. 
Second row; Mary Bansley, 
Kim Baker, Agnes Brennan, 
Nancy Morgan. Third row: 
Mary Furio, Sherri Patrick, Jen- 
ny Graham, Mary Kaye Leske, 
Mary Pat Harty. 



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Front row: Mary Casey, Sue 
Czerwinski, Ann Kelly, Melinda 
Jarvis, Julie Pudlo. Second row: 
Nancy Strock, Dawn Rinella, 
Barb Sweeny. Third row: Cindy 
Knox, Cathy MIksch, Kathy 
Bugielski. 




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Front Row: Mike Buck- Second Row: 
Bob McDonald, )im Bowie, Bob Hln- 
chley, Dennis Hannon, Dave Lopez, 
Paul Hanan. Third Row: John Cusick, 
Frank O'Brien, Chuck Peterson, 
George Collette. 



Front Row: John Sullivan, Mike La- 
Margo, Mike Minnis. Second Row: 
Phil Bebar, Tony Navak, Brian Hoff- 
man, Andy Sestak. Third Row: John 
Burke, Joel Suter, John (Cllly) Gil- 
lenwater. 




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Paradise 




Front Row: Bill Wojclk, Bruno Ber- 
soner. Second Row: Marc Paplemlk, 
)lm Bond, Bob Rozner. Third Row: 
Mike Kelleher, John Pastuovic, )eff 
Rodzak. Mark Rcibe. Fourth Row: jlm 
Mllock, Kevin Haney. Rfth Row; Al 
Nunez. Tom Fltzsimmons. Sixth 
Row: Marty Ellman. John Marshall. 



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Kohlbeck Hall 




Front row: Dan Gorski, Tim Haas, Leo 
Plese. Unknown woman. Second row: Jim 
Kavanagh, Dan Tikusis, Joe Antolak, )oe 
Leonetti, Kevin Donovan. Third row: Jeff 
Henry, Brennan Murphy, Dave Suter, Bill 
Hansen, Juvenal Gomez, Paul Anderson, 
Wayne Dendler, Andy Podyma, Tom Cox. 



Front row; Bob Ralph. Second row: Jay 
Scoreman, Todd Welmark, Larry UbI, John 
O'Donnell. Third row: Rosalio Bueno, Don 
Johnson, John Pavlek, Tim Nasshan. 
Fourth row: Rich Steslow, Shannon Cum- 
mings. Deacon Staton, Brian Ebalo. 





Front row: Cathy Conversa, Debbie Jasku- 
nas, Mary Caulfield, Dawn Cruickshank, 
Bernie Gardner. Second row: Judy 
Woods, Sharon Kane. MaryBeth Sullivan, 
Jill Stefani, Michelle Halm, MaiyAnn Kum- 
merer. Third row: Jeanne Greene, Ann 
Ryan, Nancy D'Appley, Jeanne Maricich, 
Donna Hrozencik, Faye Kass, Peggy Pow- 
ers, Keenie Gardner, Carolyn Bifuico, Pat- 
ty Bingen, Roberta McCrea. 



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Front row: Donna Schmecht. Donna 
Hrozencik, Regina Busato, Monica Olow, 
Rose Trout. Second row: Tanya Rogers, 
Ann O'Cannor, Beth Murray, Salty Cassin, 
Pam Nolan. Third row: Kathy Kosin, 
Debbie Rosiejka, Mary Dern, Ginny 
Young. 





Front row: Mike O'Ryan, Bill Steele, Bill 
Tracey, Dave Steck, Unknown woman 
again. Second row: Tom Russell, Mike 
Galena, Joe Legeese, Bill Bower, Fred 
Stroner. Third row: Tim |ayne, Jeff Gura, 
Pat Russel, Marlon Mitchell, Matt Rawley, 
Leo Bonds, Dan Rak, Rudy Mejicano. 



Front row: Kevin Welch, Larry Bettag, Nick 
Rodriguez, Tom Stule, Brian Barrett. 
Second row: Dave Toennies, Jim Socha, 
Oscar Ortiz, jim Novak. Third row: Tom 
Ruff, jim Brosncihan, Gary Giuens, Dave 
Mozwecz, Bob Reilph. 




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ADMINISTRATION 





DR. RICHARD BECKER 
President 



MR. THOMAS DYBA 
Executive Vice President 




MR. WALTER BLOCK 
Vice President Institutional Re- 
sources 




DR. MARVIN CAMBURN 
Dean of Faculty and Instruction 




MR. JOHN EBER 
MBA Director 



MR. NORBERT FARNUS 
Director of Continuing Education 



DR. JAMES WEINLADER 
Dean of Students 



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MS. BARBARA BERNHARD 
Development Office 



MR GERALD CZERAK 
Director of Communications 



MS. LAURA DAY 
Financial Aid Director 




SR BENITA lASURDA, OSB 
Campus Ministry Convener 



DR. PHYLLIS KITTEL 
Associate Dean of Faculty and In- 
struction 



MS. MAUREEN KOTELES 
Director of Resident Life 




MR. GAY MIYAKAWA 
Alumni Director 



MR TOM RICH 
Director of Admissions 



MR DAVID STRIKER 
Registrar 



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Education Division 

Education Department 




DR. AMRY BROOKE 
Dept. Head 



DR. JAMES BAKER 
Dir. of TIDE Prog. 



MS. KATHERINE ELLIOTT 



Physical Education Department 





MR. ANTHONY LASCALA MR. JOHN OSTROWSKl MR. DAVID SWANSON 

Humanities Division 

Fine Arts Department 




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FR. MICHAEL KOMECHAK, 

O.S.B. 

Dept. Head 



FR. LEO VANCURA, O.S.B. 



History and Languages Department 




DR. PHILIP BEAN 
Dept. Head 



DR. LUZ ALVAREZ 



Literature and Communication Department 




DR. JOHN OBRIEN 
Dept. Head 



MS. ROSEMARY COLEMAN 



DR. GEORGE WENDT 



Music Department 




FR. JOHN PALMER, C.S.V. 
Dept. Head 



MR. MARK LEE 



MS. CHARLOTTE PUPPEL 



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Philosophy Department 




DR. BERNARD TOUSSAINT 
Dept. Head 



DR. PATRICIA FAUSER 



Religious Studies Department 




BRO. FINIAN TAYLOR, O.S.B. 

Science Division 

Biology Department 




DR. JOHN MICKUS 
Dept. Head 



DR. LAWRENCE KAMIN DR. ALFRED MARTIN FR. THEODORE SUCHY, 

O.S.B. 



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Chemistry and Biochemistry Department 




DR. DAVID RAUSCH 
Dept. Head 



DR. RICHARD HYSLOP 



DR. CLARA MCMILLAN 



DR WAYNE WLSLOWSKI 



Mathematical Sciences Department 




MR. JAMES MEEHAN 
Dept. Head 



DR. ROSE CARNEY 



MS. EILEEN CLARK 



FR. ANTHONY JACOB, O.S.B. 




SR. VIRGINIA MCGEE 



MS. AAARY LEE ST. AUBIN 



FR. RICHARD SHONKA, 
O.S.B. 



FR. PAUL TSi 



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Physics Department 





DR. RALPH MEEKER 
Dept. Head 



DR. JOSEPH BOWE DR. DUANE BUSS 



DR. JOHN SPOKAS 



Social Science Division 

Business and Economics Department 





MR. NORAAAN GIERIASINSKI MR. JOHN HUBENY 



MR. DONALD KURATKO 




MR. JEFFREY ArtADURA DR. MARCARETE ROTH 



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Political Science Department 




DR. CHRISTOPHER 
KORNAROS 
Dept. Head 







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DR. )OEL SETZEN 




Sociology and Psychology Department 




DR. CAROLYN SWALLOW 
Dept. Head 



DR. JAMES CRISSAAAN 



DR. JAMES lACCINO 




MR. JAMES JANA 




DR. ELEANORE RYAN 



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Nursing Department 



Health Care Education 
Department 





MS. DEBORAH ADRIAN 



DR. JAMES HAZDRA 
Dept. Head 



Not Pictured: Physical Education Department 

Dr. James Bell, Dept. Head 

Ms. Debra DiMatteo 

Ms. Mary SarubbI 

Mr. James Tovell 
History and Languages Department 

Dr. Susan Mikula 
Literature and Communications Department 

Dr. Phillip Bozek 

Dr. John Byrne 
Music Department 

Ms. Rosalie Loeding 
Religious Studies Department 

Fr. Philip Timko, O.S.B., Dept. Head 
Biology Department 

Dr. Charles Huettner 
Chemistry and Biochemistry Department 

Dr. EM. Winkler 
Business and Economics Department 

Dr. Robert Hull, Dept. Head 

Mr. Daniel Rady 
Political Science Department 

Dr. Ted Jelen 
Nursing Department 

Ms. Mary Ann Santucci, Dept. Head 



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Admission's Staff 




Mike Blehle, Cindy Cailendo, Corlnne Nawrocid 



Library Staff 




Front Row: Marie Yager, Betty Macvoich, Rickya Bresser, Craig Eben, Richard Hansen. Second Row: Kay 
Zaborac, Bert Thompson, Joan Hopldns, Marl< Krol, Mary Caron, Marie Francis. 



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Health Office Staff 




CerrI Curiey, Dr. J. Selbert, Laura Lacey, Linda Onson. 



Student Development Center 




Front Row: Maiy Ann KIstner, Urry Baker, Gary Padak, Mary Lou Madsen, Tom Jones. Second Row: Irish 
Keporos, Lonna Bury, Barb Karchln. 



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JAMES ABEL 
History 



STEVEN ANTONINI 
Biochemistry 



GERALD APPLETON 





DAWN ARNASHUS 
Biology 



SANDRA ARNOLD 
Elementary Education 




JAMES ARNS MARTIN BECHINA 

Music Perfomiance, Sacred Music Accounting, Business Economics 



DOUGLAS BECKER 

Music Education, Math, Music 

Composition 



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D[ANE BOROSAK 

Biology, Literature and 

Communications 



BERNADETTE BOYCE 
Computer Science 



TED BRADY 
Biology 





BRIDGET BRENNAN 
Business Economics 



WILLIAM BROPHY 





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KAREN BROWN 
Computer Science 



FRANK BUOMONO 
Physics 



LYNN CARBERRY 
Literature and Communications 



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DARLENE CASTELVECCl 
Psychology 



VITO CATALDO 
Psychology 



MARY CAULFIELD 
Accounting 




EILEEN CIBULA 

Elementary Education, Physical 

Education 



COLLEEN COLLINS 
Hccilth Science 




MARY CON ROY 
Accounting, Business Economics 



THOAViS CORSO 
Chemistry 



DAWN CRUICKSHANK 
Political Science 



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JULIANNA DAVERN 
Sociology 



KELLY DAVERN 
Sociology 



ROBERT DAVIDSON 
Biology 




DIANE DEMKO 
Elementary Education 



ANNA DIAZ 
Biology 







JOANNE DIETRICH 
Accounting, Business Economics 



ANN DILLON 
Business Education 



EDWARD DILLON 



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GRACE DOHERTY 
Accounting 



THOArtAS DOLAN 
Sociology 



JULIE ENGSTROM 
Psychology 




LISA ESPOSITO 



LORI ESSER 
Biology 



MARY FARRELL 
Accounting 





ROBERT FINERAN 
Business Economics 



TOM FITZSIMMONS 
Business Economics 



PATRICK FLYNN 
Radiological Science 



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JOHN GACH 



BETH GARDNER 
Business Economics 



MICHAEL GlERHAHN 




lEANNE GOLEMBIEWSKI 
Hefilth Science 



JAMI GRAHAM 



ROBERT GULLETT 
Computer Science, Mathematics 




DENNIS HANNON 
Accounting, Business Economics 



yV\ARGARET HENSELER 
Sociology 



ROBERT HERRAAANN 
Business Economics. Accounting 



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DANIEL MINES 
Physics, Mathematics 



DONNA HROZENCIK 
Biochemistry 



CARYL HUDSON 
Psychology 




R]TA HUGHES 
Elementary Education 



SUSAN INGERSOLL 
Elementary Education 



KATHLEEN jAVORIK 
Mathematics 





DEBRA JONES 
Literature and Communications 



JAMES KACZMARSKI 
Business Economics 



KAREN KALCIC 
Business Economics 



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SHARON KANE 
Elementary Education 



FLORIAN KIRWAN 
Business Economics 



KEVIN KISPERT 
Business Economics 





GARY KMIECIAK 
Accounting 



ERNEST KNIGHT 





JACQUELINE KNIGHT 
Psychology 



JOSEPH C. KOIAR I 
Accounting 



GREGORY KOLTON 
Business Economics 



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KEITH KOSTECKA 
Chemistry 



DAWN KOVAC 



RICHARD KREBS 
Chemistry 




CYNTHIA KRUSE 
Accounting 



FRANCIS KWAK 
Biology 



PETER LAPLACA 
Business Economics 




ROSEMARY LAUDANI 
Literature and Communication 



SHARON LAYDEN 
Business Economics 



DAVID LISSAK 
Political Science 



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VIRGINIA LORENZ 



COLLEEN MaclNTYRE 
Elementary Education 



MICHAEL MAHAY 




JOHN MARCHESE 



ROBERT MARSHALL 
Biology 



COLLEEN McCOLE 
Elementaty Education 




TIMOTHY McGEE 
Biology 



ROBERT McMAHON 
Computer Science 



JUDITH MEISMER 
Mathematics 



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SHUIA MICHAELS 



ANNA MIEZIO 
Accounting 



WILLIAM MIKSCH 
Political Science 





KIMBERLY MIKUTIS 
Elementary Education 



SUSAN MILNAMOW 
Mathematics 




RITA MOCK 
Business Economics 



MARILYN MONTGOMERY 
Elementary Education 



BRIAN MORAN 
History 



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BRIAN MORAN 



SUZANNE MORGAN 
Elementary Education 



HUGH MURPHY 




NORA NAGLE 
Literature and Communication 



ANN NASS 
Biology 




JOHN NOCEK 
Accounting 



BRIAN OBORA 



ELIZABETH O'CONNOR 
Accounting 



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LINDA O'CONNOR 
Social Science 



KEVIN OKEEFE 
Business Economics 



MAUREEN OLOUGHLIN 
Biology 




MONICA OLOW 
Physical Education 



LAURA ONDREY 
Accounting 



AAARCL^ CRY 
Accounting 




GARY OSWALD 



SUZANNE PASSANTINO 
Biology 



MARGARET PATTERSON 
Computer Science 



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LORETTA PIETROBON 
Accounting 



ANTHONY POLU\STRlNI 
Biology 



MICHAEL POWERS 
Phiysical Education 





SARA PREUSS 
Elementary Education 



DUANE RAKOWSKJ 
Chemistry 



MARIE RANDAZZO 
Elementary Education 





SUSAN REILLY 
Elementary Education 



MARY REIS 
Literature and Communications 



DAVID REYNOLDS 
History 



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ANDREW RJTTLER 
Accounting 



ALICE ROCK 
Biology 



JEFFREY RODZAK 
Biology 






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THOAAAS ROCOWSKl 
Mathematics 



JEAN RUNGE 
Biology 




KRISHNA SCHRAM 
Literature and Communications 



DONNA SCHULTZ 
History 



DEBORAH SEHGAL 
History 



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STEVEN SEWERYN 
Biology 



ROBERTA SHERMACK 
Psychology 



KJMBERLY SHROKA 
Computer Science 





GREGG STEADMAN 
Political Science 



KEVIN TABOR 





PAUL TANZILLO 
Political Science 



CHERYL TEALE 
Computer Science 



NANCY TOSTO 
Accounting 



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KATHLEEN TURK 



LORETTA TYLKA 
Biology 



DEBRA VORRIER 
Psychology 




JAMES VOTTERO 



JOSEPH WAJERSKI 
Physical Education 




ROBERT WEATHERLY 
Biochemistry 



JEFFREY WELLER 
Biology 



JODY WELLER 
Biology 



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DONNA WINGELS 
Accounting, Business Economics 



DOLORES WOLANIN 
Accounting 



lUDITH WOODS 
Elementary Education 





ELIZABETH WRZESINSKi 
Elementary Economics 



ROBERT YELM 
Business Economics 





ELIZABETH ZAHLMAN 
Biology 



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GREGORY ZELASKO 



DAVID ZEPEDA 
Blochemlstiy 



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Memories Are Reborn At Rocist 




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Seniors Picnic 







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Baccalaureate Mass 



The class of 1 982 said its final farewell before grad- 
uation, to each other and to IBC community at the 
Baccalaureate Mass. Also the seniors asked for the 
Lord's blessing as they each pursued their individual 
careers. 

In the concelebrated mass, Abbot Valetine stressed 
the idea of being chosen by God for a certain task. This 
idea exemplified the meaning of education at IBC. 

Music for the mass was provided by both the 
chorus and a guitar ensemble. The tenor of the hymns 
was both classical and modern. 

After the Eucharist a slide show arranged by Tom 
Corso, Bernadette Boyce, Nancy Tosto, and Rita 
Hughes portrayed scenes of the class' fouryear career 
at Illinois Benedictine. 

The prevailing sadness was overcome by thoughts 
of the good times locked in the memories of each 
senior. Another memory was added following the cel- 
ebration, the pub, allowed the graduates to gather 
with their friends to reminisce together one last time. 




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Graduates Start Anew 



The 89th commencement 
exercises, held on May 23, 
1982, culminated the senior 
class' years at IBC. 

After the graduates, led by 
Dr. Weslowski had entered the 
Rice Center, Dr. Becker intro- 
duced the student speaker 
Tom Dolan. Next). Earl Burrell of 
PPG Industries discussed the 
importance of determination in 
setting and reaching goals. 

The graduates then received 
their diplomas and their de- 
grees were conferred upon 
them by Chancellor Valentine. 
Honorary degrees were also 
given to two trustees of the col- 
lege as well as Dr. Burrell. 

The ceremony concluded 
A'ith the former seniors leaving 
.vith mixed feelings of joy, sad- 
less and relief. 







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Thanks to . . . 



Co-Editors 

Photography Editors 

Layout Editors 

Sports Editor 
Yearbook Staff 



Artist 
Typists 

Photographs Donated By 



Hunter Representative 



Bernadette Boyce 

Steve Seweryn 

Margaret Patterson 

Sue Passantino 

Mary Farrell 

Judy Meismer 

Bill Miksch 

Therese Kawaiko 

Chis Kwak 

Donna Machaiica 

Robert McMahon 

Kim Shroka 

Janis Vacca 

Nancy Pcissantino 

Cheryl Dziekan 

Alice Rock 

Fr. Stan (Alumni Office) 

Fr. Michael 

Tom Corso 

Bruno Berzoner 

Candor Photography Staff 

Morris Ferensen 



As we finish our last yearbook as IBC alumni, we 
would like to thank our competent staff who worked so 
hard to complete this book. Our special thanks to Mary 
Farrell, Margaret Patterson, Therese Kawaiko, Donna 
Machaiica, and Janis Vacca who worked on the book 
even into the summer. We hope that this yearbook will 
always bring back memories of all the good times you 
have had at IBC. Lastly, as seniors we wish the best of 
luck to the new editors Therese and Donna and to all 
the future IBC Eagle staffs. 

Bernadette 

and 

Steve 



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