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Traditions Renewed 




1990 Ravelings 
Monmouth College 



CONTENTS 

Traditions 1 

Students 17 

Sports 25 

Campus Life 50 

Snaps 65 

Organizations 73 

Faculty 114 

Graduation 120 



lOOTH GAME 




Two interceptions late in the game led to two 
Monmouth touchdowns as the Fighting Scots de- 
feated archrival Knox College 14-0 in Galesburg, 
II., on Nov. 4, in the 100th meeting between the 
two teams. 

With the victory, Monmouth retained the 
Bronze Turkey trophy — since 1928 the symbol of 
supremacy in the rivalry — and tied the all-time 
series at 45-45-10. 

Jon Nelson, a sophomore halfback from Altona, 
II., scored both Scots' touchdowns during the final 
six minutes of an otherwise scoreless game. 

Until this victory, Monmouth had never led or 



tied the series. The Scots have won the past four 
meetings. 

The game was played before an estimated 4,500 
fans in the Knox Bowl and capped the Fighting 
Scot's third consecutive Midwest Conference 
South Division title and an 8-1 regular season 
record. 

The series began in 1891 and is the second oldest 
rivalry among NCAA Division III schools west of 
the Allegheny Mountains. Among such schools, 
only Kalamazoo and Albion of Michigan have 
played more times. 




Monmouth College captains are: (12) Darren 
Sweeney, (58) Mike Jones, (59) Mike Herman, (15) 
Craig Anderson, (57) John Helm, and (63) Joe Court- 
ney. 



MONMOUTH VERSES 
KNOX 



Late touchdowns 
spell VICTORY 
for Fighting Scots 



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To the left Matt Ghrer had just kicked the last point of the game. 
Below one of our players showed his spirit by having a unique haircut 
right before the game. 




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Above is three of the five All-Conference in action 
during the game. 59 — Mike Herman, 79 — Pete 
Robertson, and 30 — John Nelson. 
Above and to the right Hinson shows us his ability to 
hit hard while Bennett gets ready to flatten his ene- 
my. 

To the right our guys are always ready for the next 
play. 




MARCHING KAZOO BAND 




The Sigma Phi Epsilon Marching 
Kazoo Band has been entertaining 
us for approximately ten years. 
The Sig Eps are showing us their 
version of a band. Left Doug 
Gormely will always strut down 
the streets in those lovely shoes; 
Below left: The whole gang being 



led in a song; Below right: Here 
you can see Jeff Coverdell in rare 
form. Bottom left: Deron Simmons 
gets everywhere with his vehicle; 
Bottom right: Here we can see that 
Dave Smith and Dan Depew are 
enjoying themselves. 





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HOMECOMING! 




Above: Adam Gould looks on 
with a friend as the parade 
psisses. 



Middle: Kappa Kappa Gamma pledges ride on their float as one can see they are in Kappa 
Heaven. On the right: the international students had a turn out with a big red balloon. 




As everyone can tell the Alpha Tau 
Omega's Me still clowning around. 




Above: Liz Smith and Katie Hale ride in the Student Association 
car. To the right: we have Sheldon Brown, Itanya Heard, and 
Victoria Adeleye with the Office of Minorities Affairs float. 









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O.K. Guys Kill!!!!! 



Homecoming Game 






Above and to the left John Nelson runs to get down the field. Middle: Joe 
Ryner goes for the tackle. Above: Matt Ghere watches for his time to kick 
the ball. To the left you can see that our gang is having fun. 
Homecoming game was a disappointment for all of us considering the 
score was Monmouth 20 and Coe 50. 




HIGHLANDERS 



The Monmouth Highlanders 
were established as the mascot 
of Monmouth College in 1953 
by interested Alumni who had 
long wanted a bagpipe band. 
Mr. Tom Livingston, was the 
first instructor of both a band 
in Peoria and the Monmouth 
College Highlanders. The band 
began with donated uniforms of 
various tartans. Many students 
were interested in the 
Highlanders at that time. 
Throughout the 60's and VO's 
the Monmouth College 
Highlanders went to 
competition in Alma, Michigan 
and the Macalester games in 
Minnesota. Today the 
Highlanders are still together 
even though we are a much 
smaller group wearing the same 
uniforms donated in 1970. We 
are recognized as the 
Monmouth College mascot 
during Homecoming, Scots 
Day, the Bobby Burns Dinner, 
Honors Convocation, 
Commencement and a few 
other events during the school 
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The traditional Sigma Phi Epsilon and 
Zeta Beta Tau football game cannot be traced 
to when it was first started. These guys show 
great SPORTSMANSHIP because they can 



play a game and still remain friends. The 
game ended with a score of Sigma Phi 
Epsilon 14 and Zeta Beta Tau 0. 





To the right the Sig Eps are 
planning their strategy for 
winning. Above Jamie Ector trys 
to get away from Todd Stevens. 




The "Little Theater" has 
brought many performances to 
Monmouth College but as we are 
moving into the "90's" we must 
move on to bigger and more 
advanced technology. We want 
to take this time to thank 
everyone who contributed to the 
Wells theater. 




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In the picture above you see the Monmouth 
College sign which displays a traditional view of 
our college. Below we see a picture of our 
alumni manor. The manor and the people that 
are involved with it bring our college up to the 
standing we deserve. The people who work 



there work with our Alumni in supporting the 
college and preserving our campus. The manor 
this year was able to give the go ahead on 
building our new Wells theater, and hopefully 
the Bobby Dunlap project will be in progress 
soon. 




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To the right; Scott Hammer looks as if he 

is doing some research for a paper. 

To the left and middle; Pam Malone and 

Regina Doswell seem to be just hanging 

around. 

To the right and middle; This shows that 

all college students would rather stay in 

bed. 




As most college students 
these here are showing 
us their way to spend 
time. 



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PI BETA PHI AND KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA DUO 



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Pi Phi and Kappa 
Duo has been a 
tradition at 
Monmouth College 
since 1990. To the left; 
you can see how Pi 
Phi's and Kappa's get i 
along so well. 



To the right; In this 
picture you see Debbie 
Carlson and her date 
also you see Allison 
Morse and her date 
having the time of 
their lives. 



To the left; Here you can 
see Matt Ghrer, Renee 
Soderstrom, and Steve 
Morrell getting along 
perfectively. 




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Eric Warren, Katie 
Bass, Bruce 
Hannon, Kate 
Boecker, Todd 
Nelson, and Erica 
Mowitz are having a 
good time 
considering their 
date are all from 
the same fraternity 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



The reason for the duo is because the two were 
founded here at Monmouth College. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma was founded October 13, 1870. Kappa had 
six founders and they are Hannah Jeanette Boyd, 
Mary Louise Bennett, Mary Moore Stewart, Martha 
Louisa Stevenson, Susan Burley Walker, and Anna 



Elizabeth Willits. They decided their flower would 
be the fleur-de-lis. Badge would be the Golden Key, 
their colors were dark blue and light blue, and from 
there Kappa has remained a respected organization 
on this campus. 



Pi Beta Phi was founded on April 28, 1867 
by twelve founders. The founders for Pi Phi 
are Libbie Brook Gaddis, Ada Bruen Grier, 
Clara Brownlee Hutchinson, Emma Brownlee 
Kilgore, Fannie Whitenack Libby, Rose 
Moore, Jeannie Nicol, Inez Smith Soule, 
Fannie Ann Thompson, Jennie Home 
Turnbull, and Nancy Black Wallace. The 
founders decided on Wine and Silver Blue 
were to be the colors, the Golden Arrow was 
to be the badge, and the wine carnation was 
to be the flower. They too stand as a well 
respected organization at Monmouth. 




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Matt Glasnovich seems to 
be enjoying the evening. 




To the right; BAAC is 
having the time of their 
lives in front of a huge 
crowd. 

Bottom left; Greg Gun- 
ther loves to be seen in 
front of the camera. 
Bottom right; Our alum's 
can't seem to stay out of 
trouble "where 's the fire!" 




Top; We can see many of our fans supporting our foot- 
ball team at the Knox game. 

Bottom left; Dave Mickey and Laura Voetburg seem to 
be studying real hard for a big exam. 
Bottom right; Carlos was caught in the act of being to 
loud in the library. Hands up Carlos! 






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The fourth floor of Haldeman-Theissan is an area braved by few students. Surely only a handful of 
Monmouth students have ever seen the fourth floor of HT. Arrrgh! Biology! A fate worse then death. 

Dr. Robert Buchholtz came to Monmouth in 1950 and has spent the last forty vetu g. in the Bioj[ogj^ 
Department. And, as unbelievable as it sounds, he loves it. He chose biology as a prof 
"its always interesting, things are always changing, and there are always new challeiii 
learn or create." .jjllfi 

Having been at Monmouth for many years. Dr. Buchholtz has seen manj^^jufUHgi^e cam 
His favorite: "the change to the 3-3 concept in education was the most memorable change I enji 

Buchholtz couldn't have timed his retirement more perfectly then; the shift back to the seme 
sj^stem begins this August. There is no doubt that he will be missed, however, by many stu de|^ 
biology. "*"•* 

"He's very concerned about the students-learning," states junior Margaret Tigue. "He relates 
biology to their personal lives and tries to maintain a high interest level. He really loves his work." 
^""If/tlf^ould like to take time out to thank him for everything he has done for our college in the 



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STUDENTS 



SENIOR 



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Duane Baldwin Music & SCTA 

Jeffrey Coverdell Government 

Kathryne Dahl Elementary 

Education 

Greg Dekoster Chemistry 

Ritch Dembinsky Business 



Michelle Divers Government 
Dan Flanagan Government 
Danette Forbes Business 
Administration & Marketing in 
the Fine Arts 
Donna Godar Elementary 
Education 
Yuki Goto French 



Katie Hale English 

Amy Hequembourg Art 

Ayako Hirata Art 



Tracy Howard Elementary 

Education 
Rochelle Hurt Accounting 
Azusa Ikezaki Speech 
Communication 



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Rika Kato Government 
Chris Kittell Accounting 
Suzanne Kozyra Accounting 
Eric Larson Business 

Administration 
Laura Loy Accounting 



Victor Matigian Business & 

Communications 
Michael Mihallik Biology 
Steve Morrill Elementary 

Education 
John Mueller Communications 
Christy Ogilvie English Literature 



Kurt Pemberton Biology 
Robert Ravel Biology & Business 
Stacy Reese Business 
Administration 



Shirlynne Roan Nursing & Biology 
Heather Robertson Elementary 

Education & Learning 

Disabilities 
Kevin Sefton Theater Arts & 

English 
Deron Simmons Business 

Administration 
Carlos Smith Biology 



James Stolz II Mathematics 
Lynne Talbott Business 

Administration 
Kristin Themanson Elementary 

Education 
Paula Weikert English & 

Government 
Chris Wheat Government 



Travis Wyatt P.E. 
April Young Elementary 

Education 
Bryon Young Government 
Julie Ziegler Biology & Chemistry 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



Carlee Adams Freshman 

Keelia Altheimer Freshman 

Katie Bass Freshman 

Barbara Bekas Junior 

Susan Boland Sophomore 



Gerald Bentley Freshman 

Jennifer Bird Freshman 

Michael Bradford Junior 

Mark Bradley Junior 

Jonna Brewer Sophomore 



Sheldon Brown Freshman 

Tim Brown Freshman 

Mario Brown Jr. Freshman 

Alan Bold Freshman 

Floyd Boykin Jr. Freshman 



Scott Breed Freshman 

Keri Bryant Freshman 

April Burge Freshman 

Christene Burks Freshman 

Charles Burton Sophomore 



Darb Calvert Junior 

Debbie Carlson Sophomore 

John Carroll Sophomore 

Janet Cassiday Freshman 

Andrew Catlin Sophomore 



Laguera Champagne Sophomore 

James Charles Freshman 

Dolores Childress Sophomore 

Cantrell Collins Freshman 

Terry Cook Junior 



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Travis Coverdell Sophomore 
Darcy Crandall Freshman 
Elise Cummings Junior 
Nick D'Alfonso Sophomore 
Michael Banner Junior 



Sarah Banner Freshman 
Brett B'Antonio Junior 
Kyle Bavis Freshman 
Tammy BeMay Sophomore 
Jason Bevino Freshman 



Chad Billavou Freshman 
Raymond Boswell Junior 
Holly Brelicharz Freshman 
Jamie Ector Freshman 
Keith Fago Freshman 



Barin Forbes Sophomore 
Elizabeth Ford Sophomore 
Jill Fordyce Freshman 
Bouglas Gormley Junior 
Adam Gould Sophomore 



Laura Griffith Freshman 
Randy Gunia Junior 
Paula Hageman Freshman 
Kimberley Haley Junior 
Todd Halihan Sophomore 



Bruce Hanon Freshman 
Jill Henson Sophomore 
Robert Herzog Junior 
Jennifer Hoekstra Sophomore 
Patrice Howard Freshman 



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Yvonne Howard Junior 

Ande Johnson Sophomore 

Bruce Johnston Freshman 

Pamela Kennerly Junior 

Terry Knight Freshman 



Keith Knohl Freshman 

Edward Kopp Junior 

Hikaru Koseki Junior 

Michele Koss Freshman 

Erin Krieg Sophomore 



Jon Kruse Sophomore 

Edward Lapsa Sophomore 

James Leonard Freshman 

Teresa Lewis Junior 

Sherrie Mason Freshman 



Lisa Matthew Freshman 

Jeffery McCraven Sophomore 

Alexa McDonough Freshman 

Nikki McHone Freshman 

Tonya Meier Junior 



Jennifer Meyer Freshman 

Chris Moran Freshman 

Allison Morse Freshman 

Erica Mowitz Freshman 

Martha Muhlena Freshman 



Barbara Nashold Sophomore 

Todd Nelson Freshman 

Mindy Nguyen 

Kate Ogilvie Freshman 

Eric Ostermeier Sophomore 




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Melissa Padilla Junior 
DuFresne Penrod Junior 
Catherine Phillips Junior 
Kelly Prindle Freshman 
Don Purley Sophomore 



Lisa Rankin Freshman 
Wendy Raymond Sophomore 
Tom Reller Sophomore 
Jennifer Ridlen Sophomore 
Willard Robinson Sophomore 



Penny Rowan Sophomore 
James Ryan Sophomore 
Elizabeth Schmidt Junior 
Jason Segebrecht Sophomore 
Bud Sherman Junior 



Dayna Sims Freshman 
David Smith Sophomore 
Shawna Snyder Freshman 
Renee Soderstrom Junior 
Pete Sorensen Junior 



Trade Stahl Junior 
Bill Steckenberg Sophomore 
Genyne Steed Sophomore 
Todd Steele Freshman 
Trudi Steichmann Junior 



Kurt Steinberger Freshman 
Todd Stevens Junior 
Tammi Stockwell Sophomore 
Stacy Stoyanoff Junior 
Rebecca Stotler Freshman 



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Shawn Strachan Junior 

Martha Strode Junior 

Traci Swanson Freshman 

Valerie Taylor Junior 

John Terry Sophomore 



John Thomas Sophomore 

Tara Triplett Sophomore 

Bill Turner Freshman 

Sudha Vallabhaneni Junior 

Lawerence Vaughns Freshman 



Steve Wadhams Junior 
Kris Wang Sophomore 
Eric Warren Freshman 



Naoki Watanabe Junior 

Stacy Welty Freshman 

Todd Wetterling Sophomore 



Troy Wheat Freshman 

Merideth Willett Sophomore 

Jess Willson Sophomore 



Richard Wilson Sophomore 

Melissa Zaayenga Freshman 

Julia Zobrist Sophomore 




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SPORTS 



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Women's Cross 
Country 

Young team shows promise 



This year's Fighting Scots 
women's CC team was filled 
with many new faces. The team 
added 4 out of 8 new freshmen: 
Tonya Heard, Mimi Hurd, Eri- 
ca Mowitz, and Dawn Taylor. 
The Scot's strode past the com- 
petition to finish with some of 
the highest standings that 
they've had in the last few 
years and Monmouth's first 
women regional team. 



Dawn Fordyce elbows out the competition to gain 
the lead at the MACW meet. 



RECORD 


Team Results 




Cornell 


No Place 


UW-Parkside 


27th 


Principia 


1th 


Beloit Invit. 


11th 


Knox Invit. 


3rd 


L & K Invit. 


4th 


111. St. Meet 


5th 


MACW Confer. 


8th 


NCAA Div. Ill 




Regional 


14th 




Front Row (L to R) Terri Lacey, Jodi Smith, Erica Mowitz, Dawn Taylor. Back Row (L to R) Tonya 
Heard, Julia Zobrist, Mimi Hurd, Coach Chris Pio. Not Shown: Dawn Fordyce. 



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Front Row (L to R) John Stark, Rick Croy, Aaron Arne, Dave Pehlmamn, Mark Stephens, Coach Chris Pio Back Row (L to R) 
Kenny Bland, Steve Hartman, Keith Hollendonner, Jeff McCraven, Terry Knight, Mark Bradley 




Men's Cross 
Country 

Hartman, Hollendonner 
earn all-conference honors 



Young runners and team 
work were the name of the 
game for the Scots Men's 
Cross Country team this 
year. Sophomore Steve 
Hartman lead the pack for 
the entire year. Hartman 
and Keith Hollendonner 
reserved All-Conference 
Honors. To list the other 
top runners would be list- 
ing the rest of the team. 



RECORD 


Team Results 




Cornell 


6th 


UW-Parkside 


23rd 


Principia 


2nd 


Beloit Invit. 


8th 


Knox Invit. 


2nd 


L & K Invit. 


4th 


Div. Ill St. M, 


5th 


MCAC Con. 


6th 


NCAA Div. Ill 




Regional 


16th 



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FOOTBALL 



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Front row, L-R; Bruce Hagie, Todd Steele, coach Terry Geirnaeirt, coach Ross Richardson, coach Orv Otten, head coach Kelly Kane, coach Roger 
Haynes, coach H.T. Kinney, coach Mark Newlin, Jason Brockschmidt, James Charles. 2nd row: Brian Miller, Tom Craig, Brent Thurness, Darren 
Sweeney, Jim Mackowiak, Cantrell Collins, Charles Burton, Steve Morrill, Derick Clayton, Jarrod Hippen, Pat Hobin, Jim Eagleston, Trent 
Thomas, Brian Huston, Greg Bennett. 3rd row: Gerald Bentley, Tom Hasson, Jon Nelson, Ande Johnson, Matt Ghrer, Rich Hopkins, Kurt 
Johnson, Bill Steckelberg, Brad Crisco, T.J. McConnell, Rob Helton, Joe Courtney, Warren Clayburn, Bryan Buckert, Bob Innis. 4th row: Craig 
Anderson, James Fancher, Tracy Williams, James Hughes, John Webb, Mike Jones, Torston Ericson, Mark Nettz, Scott Wollam, Mike Herman, 
Jon Helm, Barry Hoogerwerf, Walter Webb, Stewart Wagener, Sean McKee, John Carroll, Tom Grow. Back row: Brian Mohn, Bob Hamann, 
Bryan Young, Todd Stevens, Darren McDonough, Steve Tropea, Shad Hickman, Dave Sonnon, Chris Cramblit, Jim Gillespie, Peter Robertson, 
Jason Elam, Jim Graham, Colby Oleson, Larry Moore, Roger Rohrer, Joe Ryner, Jim Malinoski, Todd Wetterling, Tim Hinson. 



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To the left: Our 
player is trying to 
get some yardage. 
We would just like 
to thank our 
football team for a 
terrific year in 
football. You guys 
are the best! 



RECORD 


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Monmouth 


Eureka 





17 


Monmouth 


MacMurrav 


12 


3 


Monmouth 


Ripon 


2 


32 


Monmouth 


Beloit 


13 


28 


Monmouth 


Illinois Col. 


26 


42 


Monmouth 


Cornell Col. 


26 


20 


Monmouth 


Coe 


50 


42 


Monmouth 


Grinnell 


14 


14 


Monmouth 


Knox 





6 


Monmouth 


St. Norbert 


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Above: our 
team is on 
the move! 
To the far 
right: James 
Fancher was 
caught by the 
camera. 
Right: Here is 
the other 
team playing 
"legal." 



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PLEASE 
CATCH IT!!!! 




And he is 
down. To 
Bad. 



RUN! RUN! 
RUN!!!! 




Pee 
Wee is 
our big 
player 
and 
proud 
of it. 




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Top: Kill Him!!! 

VICTORY!!!! 




James Hughes above looks 
on as the game continues. 




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Volleyball 




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The Fighting Scots spikers 
won their own five-team invitational 
early in the season and finished the 
year by sweeping to victory in the 
consolation bracket of the Midwest 
Conference tournament in Madison, 
Wis., record of 14-7. 



Volleyball Roster 



NO. NAME 

1 Lisa Rankin 

2 Mary Francis 
4 Sonya Myers 

6 Deena Simester 

14 Azusa Ikezaki 

15 Laguerra Champagne 

16 Brooke Wells 
24 Sarah Skov 




Co-captains: Sonya Myers 
and Sarah Skov 
Head coach Amy Potts 




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1989-1990 Wrestling Team 
Members 

Brian Shaw, Adam Gould, John 
Chapman, John Ziegler, Trent 
Thomas, Bill Smith, Troy 
McDaniel, Kurt Kelly, Jim 
Mackowiak, Tim Hagaman, Kraig 
Sweeney, David Sonnon, Dan 
Grayson, Robert Hamann, Head 
Coach Orv Otten, Assistant Coach 
Todd Peterson. 



(Left) Wrestlers always seem to 
come in six packs. From the 
top down: The Unknown feet, 
Tom Grow, Tom Craig, John 
Zigler, Troy McDaniel, 
(noname), Brian Shaw, and on 
the floor is the Famous 
Unknown Dude. 
Although our man John enjoys 
sitting and watching a match 
every so often, it's quite 
obvious that he needs his fun 
too. 







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Yes, wrestling is a glamorous sport indeed. 

— Joe Spectator 





■'Listen, I'd really love to dance, But . . 



"Oh boy. The floor is comin' ta get me." 




"I swear, if I don't pin this guy I'm going to Freak!" 
Encouragement and support. The making of a True Athlete. 



Makes you wonder if the guy underneath is just a tad bit 
uncomfortable, doesn't it? 



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Top Row: Richard Stempinsky, Mike Jakubec, Neil Rurry, Mike Guenther, Greg Gunther 

Middle Row: Etop Udo, Vikas Rishi, Jeff Coverdell, Ed Lapsa, Mike Rettke 

Bottom Row: Jes Wilson, Rick Wilson, Bud Sherman, Holly Dresher, Travis Coverdell. Not pictured Kai 

Kraut. 



Soccer 



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Above: Greg Gunther enjoying a good kick. 
Right: A throw in by Mike Jakubec. 
Below: A Greg Gunther kick. 






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MEN'S SCOREBOARD 1989-90 SEASON 




Front row, left to right: Larry Ness, Mike Lewis, Jeff Henry, Mario Brown, Juan Mitchell, Mike DeGeorge, Derek 
Jacobsen, Craig Anderson. Middle row: Darren McDonough, Damon Hendricks, Tim Atterberg, Bill Lavery, 
Matt Schimmelpfennig, Brad Fekette, Brian Glisan, Mike McNeive. Back row: Shawn Strachan, David Hillis, 
Steve Watt, Mike Williams, Pat Quinlan, Bruce Hanon, John Pica, Jason Segebrect. 



Us 




Them 


MONMOUTH 


73 


Eckerd 


MONMOUTH 


78 


Rollins 


MONMOUTH 


82 


Grinnell 


MONMOUTH 


94 


Concordia (IL.) 


MONMOUTH 


95 


Aurora 


MONMOUTH 


93 


MacMurray 


MONMOUTH 


78 


Marycrest 


MONMOUTH 


81 


Coe 


MONMOUTH 


114 


Illinois College 


MONMOUTH 


98 


Knox 


MONMOUTH 


90 


Beloit 


MONMOUTH 


85 


Coe 


MONMOUTH 


87 


Lake Forest 


MONMOUTH 


82 


Ripon 


MONMOUTH 


69 


MacMurray 


MONMOUTH 


90 


Cornell College 


MONMOUTH 


76 


Grinnell 


MONMOUTH 


99 


Illinois College 


MONMOUTH 


78 


Knox 


MONMOUTH 


103 


Mt. Mercy 


MONMOUTH 


82 


Cornell College 


MONMOUTH 


99 


Ripon 


MONMOUTH 


69 


Depauw 




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A feeble attempt at a block against Shawn Strachan 



Total awe is the expression of the Knox players as Juan Mitch- 
ell sets up another field goal. 



MEN'S 

BASKET 

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Clockwise: Brian Glisan (F) in an attempt to rise 
above the crowd (please excuse the pun) for a 
goal. 

— "All alone with no one to bother me. This shot 
is in the bag." 

— Larry Ness in "WHERE IS EVERYBODY!?" 

— Mario Brown (G) in a serious fight for position. 
You'd think they could give him a little room to 

shoot. 




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Women's Softball 





Lady Scots' Team Ros- 
ter: Sue Waschevski, 
Julie Schroeder, Penny 
Rowan, Kai Kraut, 
Norene Ault, Chris 
Hicki, Jennifer Lentz, 
Shannon McCurry, 
Heather Robertson, So- 
nya Myers, Brooke 
Wells, Naoko Naka- 
jima. 

The team was victori- 
ous eight games and 
was defeated in thir- 
teen games. 



Left: Penny Rowan gives a good solid 

swing. 

Above: Rowan goes for a catch in the sun. 




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Above Left: Sue Waschevski catches one out. 
Above Center: Julie Schroeder tips her hat at first. 
Above Right: Kai Kraut reaches for a catch at first. 



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BASEBALL 





AND THE BALL IS OUT OF HERE!!!! 



Above, Chris Wheat is always concentrating on 
his play. 




OUR TEAM 




The Monmouth College baseball team 
had an excellent year wi^h a record of 22- 
2, and the Conference record was 13-2. 
GOOD JOB GUYS! Several of our players 
were All Conference: Dan Nauert, and 
Jake Libby — Pitchers, Todd Porter — 
Catcher, Chris Wheat — Short Stop, Todd 
Steele — Outfield, and Mike McMeive — 
D.H. Congratulations to these players! 
There were also three players that gained 
M.V.P. and they are Chris Wheat, Chris 
Kittel, and Mike McMeive. Thank You for 
an excellent season this year. 



To the Left: BATTER UP!!! 



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The Fighting Scots Track and Field teams were young and strong this year. The men won in every scored 
and unscored meet. Congratulations to the men who took the Conference Championship this year. The 
women were not far behind taking 2nds and 3rds which is a great improvement over last year. The women 
took fourth at conference and we are very proud of them. There are 30 men and 12 women consisting of this 
year's team. WE WANT TO TAKE THE TIME TO THANK THEM FOR THE EXCELLENT YEAR IN 
TRACK AND FIELD! 




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Our cheerleaders lead the crowd during 
the Homecoming Game. 




The crowd watches them with baited 
breath. 




Cheer ON!!!! 



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One last practice before the game. Let's Do It! 



Front Row: Kate Francis 
Rikki Bickling 
Michelle Koss 

Back Row: Teresa 
Christiansen 
Ann Ardell 
Kate Ogilvie 



Let's Congratulate them 
for their hard work. They 
did a GREAT JOB!! 



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Monmouth College Dance Team Struts their Stuff. The Dancers, Yvonne 
Howard, Coreena Johnston, Naunna Delgado, Michelle Sherlock, and 
Tammi Stockwell, joyously dance away even though our team is behind. 
The crowd grabbed their energy and ran with it! 




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WOMEN'S 



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worked hard for the team. Unfortunately we could 
not get a picture of everyone. 



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STUDENT LIFE 




VOCAL JAZZ 



Monmouth College with its excellent music department consists of several performing 
groups. One of those performing groups is the VOCAL JAZZ. The vocal jazz consists of 
around eleven members who practice to perfection and perform for the students, the 
faculty, the parents, and the alumni. Our deepest thanks to the vocal jazz for entertaining 
us this year! 



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SOUND OF FIVE 



One of the other performing groups in the music department is the Sound of Five, 
the sound of Five consists of five members who must audition in order to be in this 
elite group. One can say that this group is Monmouth's finest singers. This group also 
performs for the students, faculty, parents, and the alumni. We would like to take 
time now and thank these very talented pleople for entertaining us this year. 



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WIND 
ENSEMBLE 

JAZZ 
ENSEMBLE 




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A HOMECOMING COURT 




King: Stacy Reese 
Queen: Sonya Meyers 




Seniors: Stacy McQuellon 
John Helm 




Juniors: Jodi Smith Sophomore: Laguerra Freshman: Dayna Sims 

15, Steven Tropea Champagne Bruce Hanon 

Charles Burton 



Homecoming Game 



Monmouth 

verses 

Coe 



To the left: the Alpha Tau Omega's sure know how 
to clown around. 

Below: the Kappa Delta's are enjoying the yellow 
brick road. 






A Kappa Delta was caught 
by a camera while she was 
working with kids. 



Mike and Bubba strut down from Wallace after a Hot Day. 



Many MC's guys look on at 
the Scot's day game. 





A group of our BAAC students gathered to watch the Scot's Day games. 




,-' MC's track and 

M,, field players are 

J always pumped up 
before a meet. 



MEDEA BY EURIPIDES 

October 26-29, 1989 



Euripides Medea was the first fall 
production from Crimson Masque's 
1989-1990 school year. It explores the 
ancient myth of Jason and Medea and 
what happneed after the two were set- 
tled in Corinth. Basically, Jason de- 
cides to marry the Princess of Corinth 
which of course angers Medea. She 
vows to get revenge and kills Creon, the 
Princess, and her children so Jason will 
suffer. 




Cast of Characters 

Medea Jennifer L. Rotche' 

Jason Kyle Davis 

Creon Rick Wilson 

Aegeus Darin C. Forbes 

Nurse Danette E. Forbes 

Tutor Chris Saggio 

Messenger Andrewe W. Johnson 

Children Carissa Van Ausdall 

Jessalyn Van Ausdall 
Chorus of Corinthian Women .... 
T.var- ^ Martha Muhlena 

Yaunah i''"> ton Mera Roberts 

Pamela Malone Sudha Vallabhaneni 






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Cast 

Stephen A. Klien Sidney Bruhl 

Laura A. Zangori Myra Bruhl 

John H. Thomas Clifford Anderson 

Toni P. Fry Helga Ten Dorp 

Alan M. Bold Porter Milgrim 




Death Trap was the 
final fall production the 
Little Theatre will ever 
see. It was a thriller in 
which the audience never 
knew what was going to 
happen next. Sidney is a 
playwright trying to 
write another producable 
play and teams up with 
Clifford Anderson, a 
budding playwright. The 
play being written deals 
with murder and we 
discover later that the 
characters are living the 
play. 




November 3-5, 1989 



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A READER'S THEATRE OF 

SCIENCE 
FICTION/FANTASY 




February 
1-4, 
1990 




The Reader's Theatre of Sci- 
ence Fiction/Fantasy was a new 
theatre experience for most mem- 
bers of the Monmouth College 
Community. It forced the audi- 
ence member to actively use his or 
her imagination to transport him- 
self or herself to the ends of this 
earth and beyond. In the selec- 
tions performed the audience was 
introduced to concepts such as 
"What would happen if Boston 
was accidently destroyed by the 
Russians?", "How much are the 
chemicals of the human body 
worth?", and "Is it possible to re- 
produce the effects of love by 
means of a pill?" Nine other sto- 
ries were also performed. By the 
way, the answers to the above 
questions are: The United States 
negotiated with the Russians and 
we got to destroy Lenigrad; $1.98; 
and yes. 



Readers 
Laguerra Champagne 
Latitia L. Earls 
Danette E. Forbes 
Catherine J. Phillips 
Mera Roberts 
Michelle Sherlock 

Radha Aiwa 
Chris Buban 
Jeffrey Coverdell 
R. Calvin Jones 
Joseph B. McDaniel 
Kevin Sefton 



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1990. Due to some difficulties there were no pictures available for this page. 
I want to thank Danette Forbes for all her help. 



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The crowd gathers 




Ha Ha! You look so funny doin' 
the dizzy bat! 




Guys can't do it either 



Let's fill it! We need to get wet. 



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They're up! Can you tell 
who plays basketball? 





Hey guys, I'm flying! 



It's a show down between two 
spikers. Who will win? 



Any day now! 



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Guys cringe at eggs, while Charles looks on in wonder. 



Hey Guys, the eggs go this way! 



Right: Incoming, watch out! 

Below: The winning egg and it's catchers. 

Below Right: The End. 





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GENERAL SNAPS 




Trudi was caught being her sweet self volunteering with kids. 




April looks as if she is thinking of her pace. 



Some of our BAAC 
students perform for 
the Scot's sing. 



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Trudi was caught being her sweet self volunteering with kids. 




April looks as if she is thinking of her pace. 



Some of our BAAC 
students perform for 
the Scot's sing. 



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games were happy about their 
scores. 



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sing for the ZBT team. 



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festival. 





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iStudents come to the bleachers to cheer 
MC's baseball team on at every game. 

^Kappa Delta's are always smiling for the 
camera 



*Bud Sherman enjoys volleyball 
during the Scot's day games. 




These 

Kappa Delta's 

prepare 

for 

Rush! 



Everyone 

is enjoying 

Scot's 

Day! 






Students will always support MC's sports no mat- 
ter how cold. 



MC 




Students 
Performed 

for 

Monmouth 

College 

to show 

their 

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IF THEY ARE HAVING 

FUN 



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don't Love our cameras. 






They can perform!!! 




Todd Stevens did his best at the long jump. 



Dawn p^rdyce is caught in stride as she took off in running. 



OUR STUDENTS! 



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Kappa Kappa Gamma 

was founded at Mon- 
mouth College on October 
13, 1870 by six young 
women. These young 
women wanted to estab- 
lish a fraternity for wom- 
en like those established 
for men. The six founders 
were: Minnie Stewart, 
Anna Willets, Susan 
Walker, Mary Bennett, 
Martha Stevenson, and 
Hannah Boyd. They at- 
tended chapel and an- 
nounced the founding of 
Kappa by wearing gold 
keys in their hair. 
Today Kappa has grown 
to 121 chapters and has a 
wide diversity of young 
women in the chapters. 
Last year, Kappa bought 
the Stewart House to help 
us carry on our heritage. 
The house fulfilled a 
dream that both our ac- 
tives and alumni had been 
working toward for a long 
time. 

Kappa has worked hard to 
carry on the ideals estab- 
lished by our founders. 
Kappa is involved with 
various philanthropies, 
such as sponsoring a foster 
child, raising money for 
Warren Achievement, and 
helping with the special 
Olympics. Kappa strives 
to maintain high scholas- 
tic standing and last year 
our pledge class received 
the Outstanding Pledge 
Class Award. This year at 
our Bianual Convention 
we received a silver pitch- 
er at our Outstanding per- 
formance. 

Kappa is proud of its heri- 
tage and we hope to con- 
tinue shining into the fu- 
ture. Kappa is more than a 
social group it's a fraterni- 
ty strengthened by a 
strong sisterhood. 




Top Row: Annie Ardell and Jayne Ardell Bottom Row: Cheryl Hunter, Cheryl Conaway, and Yuki 
Yamagishi 




Above: April Burge, Kat Becker 



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PI BETA PHI 




PI BETA PHI was founded on April 28, 1867 by 
twelve women. The twelve were Margaret E. 
Campbell, Libbie Brook Gaddis, Ada Bruen Grier, 
Clara Brownlee Hutchinson, Emma Brownlee 
Kilgore, Jennie Home Turnbull, Jennie Nicol, Nancy 
Black Wallace, Rosa Moore, Inez Smith Soule, 
Fannie Ann Thomson, and Fannie Whitenack 
Libbey. Emma Brownlee Kilgore was I.C. Sorosis's 
first president. The crest is a lozenge on which is 
blazoned the Brownlee family crest. PI BETA PHI 
was founded at Monmouth College in Monmouth, 
Illinois. Some of the symbols in the fraternity are 



the GOLDEN ARROW which is the badge, the wine 
carnation which is the flower, the colors wine and 
silver blue, and the angel as the fraternity symbol. 

As of the present time the Grand President is 
Carolyn Helman Lichtenberg. PI BETA PHI has 
seven Grand Council members and eleven National 
Directors. The Illinois Alpha chapter is very proud 
to be able to say that there are at the present time 
approximately 48 members in the Alpha chapter and 
our chapter is one of the 207 chapters in the United 
States. 



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Pi Phi are always hanging out! 





Mary and Jonna are looking their 
best! 



Debbie, Alison, & Laura like showing a perspective 
around. 



LOOK 
at those 

PI 
PHI'S! 




KAPPA DELTA 




Right, National Collegiate Advisor 

Gloria Bryant 
Left, Kappa Delta: Julia Zobrist 



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Right, National President: 

Patricia Nieman 
Left, Kappa Delta: 

Melinda Miller 



KAPPA DELTA 




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ion this fine day. 

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THETA CHI 




Above, Dave Weeks looks real cool with his shades on out in the sun. 



Above, Hambone hits the ball out of the 
park with that swing. 

To the Right. Some of the Theta Chi's are 
getting some sun. 



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The 1989-90 academic year has been a his- 
toric year for the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. 
The Fraternity eliminated all pledging this 
past fall and replaced it with a Brotherhood 
Program based on continued education and 
evaluation throughout a brother's time in the 
fraternity. This bold step by Zeta Beta Tau is 
one that will insure that the fraternity experi- 
ence will continue to be a positive force in the 
development of young men. Several other fra- 
ternities have followed the lead of Zeta Beta 
Tau and have eliminated the practice of 
pledging. 

Leading the way is nothing new for Zeta 
Beta Tau. The Fraternity was again a pioneer 
back in 1954 when it was one of the first na- 
tional fraternities to become non-sectarian. 

Zeta Beta Tau was founded in 1898 at the 
City College of New York. It is an amalgam- 
ation of five seperate fraternities — Kappa 
Nu, Phi Alpha, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Sigma 



Delta, and Zeta Beta Tau. 

The Delta Lambda Chapter of Zeta Beta 
Tau has been chartered on the Monmouth 
College campus since 1971. It is the youngest 
of the eight current Greek organizations at 
Monmouth. 

Though it is the youngest fraternity, Zeta 
Beta Tau has had a rich tradition of excellence 
in all aspects of campus life. 

The chapter has captured the Kiwanis 
Award for high grade point averages among 
campus fraternities for ten of the last eleven 
years. It also has been recognized on several 
occasions by the national fraternity, winning 
several awards at the yearly convention. ZBT 
has always been proud of strong campus, phil- 
anthropic, social, and intramural activity. 

The brothers of Delta Lambda have contin- 
ued their tradition of excellence this year. 
This summer at convention the chapter won 
the Frauenthal Cup given to the chapter with 



the most outstanding inramural program 
among the fraternities 90 chapters. 

The chapter also was recognized among the 
runners-up for the Bijur Cup for outstanding 
academic achievement, the Alexander "Babe" 
Lewin Award for outstanding alumni rela- 
tions, and the Sobel Cup for outstanding cam- 
pus participation. 

ZBT was strong academically once again, 
capturing a 3.008 cumulative grade point aver- 
age for second term. The 3.008 mark was high- 
est among the five fraternities on campus. 
ZBT currently has 21 of its 38 members with 
grade point averages at or above a 3.0. Greg 
DeKoster, Jeff Bakker, Steve Klien, Gary 
Price, Ed Malters, Todd Halihan, Rob Herzog, 
Stacy Stoyanoff, and Kyle Davis all can boast 
of cumulative grade point averages above a 
3.5. 



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ZETA BETA TAU AND PEPSI'S 





Above, Jeff loves to look into the camera. 



Above, The Pepsi girls are on that special night. 



ZBT 




Above, Bill is always taking it easy. 




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Stockdale: A Representation of ATO 
Spirit and Courage 

He was born near Abingdon, Illinois. He 
attended Monmouth College during 1942-43. 
While at Monmouth, he was a member of the 
local fraternity Phi Kappa Pi. Phi Kappa Pi 
became the Epsilon Nu chapter of the Alpha 
Tau Omega fraternity in 1947. He was initated 
into Alpha Tau Omega at Monmouth on May 
19, 1989. 

After attending Monmouth, he went on the 
U.S. Naval Academy. He graduated from 
there in 1946 and later became a fighter pilot, 
serving mostly on aircraft carriers. 

He spent eight years in captivity at the infa- 
mous Hanoi Hilton POW camp, four of which 
were spent in solitary confinement and two in 
leg-irons. He was the senior POW and endured 
severe mental and physical torture. 

He was instrumental in establishing a camp- 
wide "tap code" that enabled the prisoners to 



covertly communicate. In 1969 he was caught 
using this "tap code." 

He underwent severe torture but resolved to 
make himself a symbol of resistance regardless 
of personal sacrifice. 

He was awarded the Congressional Medal of 
Honor by Gerald R. Ford for his gallantry. 

He was the director of the Chief of Naval 
Operation's strategy, plans and policy divi- 
sion. Physical disability from combat wounds 
forced him to an early retirement. 

He left Navy its most decorated member, 
wearing twenty-six personal combat decora- 
tions, including two Distinguished Flying 
Crosses, three Distinguished Service Medals, 
four Silver Star Medals, two Purple Hearts, 
and the Congressional Medal of Honor. 

In 1981 the United States Navy initiated the 
"Vice Admiral James Bond Stockdale Award 
for Inspirational Leadership." It is the first 
such award ever issued in the name of a living 



person, and it is presented annually to a com- 
mand naval officer in the Atlantic and Pacific 
fleets. 

As a civilian, he has been the college presi- 
dent at the Naval War College and a college 
professor. He is the Chairman of the Presi- 
dent's Commission on White House Fellow- 
ships, a member of the Board of Visitors and 
Governors of St. John's College of Annapolis 
and Sante Fe, a member of the Academic Poli- 
cy Board of the United States Naval Academy, 
and Special Advisor to the American Leader- 
ship Forum. 

He is now a Senior Research Fellow at the 
Hoover Institution, Stanford University. 
There he writes articles for a variety of perio- 
dicals and is completing books for Harper and 
Row, the Hoover Press, and the Portable 
Stanford series. In addition, he is a lecturer in 
Stanford's Philosophy Department and teach- 
es undergraduate courses. 



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ALPHA TAU OMEGA 




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Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded on January 
10, 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University in 
Bloomington, Illinois. TKE is the largest fra- 
ternity in the world. There are 320 undergrad- 
uate chapters and colonies in 46 states, Cana- 
da, and the District of Columbia. 

The TKE chapter at Monmouth College is 
the 29th chapter or Alpha Epsilon chapter of 
TKE. It was founded in 1928. The chapter has 
had 928 members. The chapter has had many 
distinguished alumni ranging from professors 
and lawyers to even the Grand President of 
Tau Kappa Epsilon. 

The Alpha Epsilon chapter currently has 30 
members. This year the chapter had ten new 
members: Jason Brockschmidt, Jason Elam, 
Torston Ericson, Jeff Thompson, Brian 
Miller, Dave Hernandez, John Chapman, 
Nick D'Alfonso, Joe Ryner, and Tom Craig. 
These men have been a find addition to the 



chapter. 

Last month, the house elected its new offi- 
cers who are as follows: President — Mike 
Bradford, Vice President — Jim Malinowski, 
Treasurer — Jim Mackowiak, Secretary — Joe 
Ryner, Historian — Jason Segebrecht, Asso- 
ciate Member Trainer — Bill Steckelberg, 
Chaplain — Jason Brockschmidt and Ser- 
geant-at-Arms — Torston Ericson. Along with 
the officers, is the house advisor Jim Mills. 

The members of Tau Kappa Epsilon are 
very involved on campus. TKE's are involved 
in basketball, football, baseball, track, and 
wrestling. Our members are also involved in 
S.A., IFC, and Blue Key. 

Along with the participation comes many 
leadership roles and awards. Jon Helm and 
Darren Sweeney were football captains. Brent 
Thurness received a scholarship for athletic 
academics. Brian Swaw was captain of the 



wrestling squad, in which Brian and John 
Chapman went to Nationals in wrestling. Dan 
Nauert is a baseball captain. Todd Wetterling 
was elected IFC Secretary/Treasurer. Mike 
Bradford received a scholarship form TKE na- 
tionals. 

The TKE's have also contributed their time 
to help others. Darren Sweeney, Jim Graham, 
Jarrod Hippen, Bob Innis, and Mike Bradford 
all volunteered to help coach YMCA basket- 
ball. Many members of TKE also helped out 
at the blood drive on campus. TKE also plans 
to help out at the Special Olympics in April. 

TKE has set many goals for the up coming 
year. The chapter plans to improve the ap- 
pearance of the House and to increase its 
membership. An increase in GPA is another 
goal set by the members. The final goal is to 
increase its participation in the community. 



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THE GROUP! 




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ORGANIZATIONS 



RAVELINGS 




Above, Erica Mowitz, Christene Burks 
Julie Zeigler. 



Editor, Sheldon Brown. Not Pictured are Keith Knohl, and 



The Ravelings staff this year consisted of four freshmen and one senior. Considering they started from 
nothing, they did an excellent job on this years book. 

To Sheldon Brown I would like to personally say thank you for all of your help this year on the 
Ravelings. I would also like to congratulate Sheldon on becoming the new Editor and I would like to 
wish him the best of luck with next year's book. 
— Christene Burks, Editor 



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ORACLE 




Above on the left, is Rob Herzog the Editor of the Oracle. The Oracle is Monmouth 
College's paper that is printed every week and given to the students for them to know what is 
in the news around the college. Students are allowed to submit anything they want to see in 
the paper. Students have submitted letters, articles, poems, and even drawings. Rob has put 
in many dedicated hours of work in making sure we have a paper. Because of this I believe he 
deserves a "Thank You" for all of his hard work. 



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COMMUNICATIONS BOARD 




Above from left to right, Rob Herzog — Editor of the Oracle, Christene 
Burks — Editor of the Ravelings, Martha Muhlena — Treasurer, Susan 
Boland — President of Com. Board, and Ed Lapsa — Photo Lab. Not 
shown are Bill Wallace — Advisor, Cim Chambers — Secretary, and 
LaShawn McNulty — Editor of the Carollin. 

The Communications Board has many different jobs assigned to them. 
One can tell they make sure the Oracle, Carollin, Photo Lab, and the 
Ravelings are run with success. The Communicatins Board hears what the 
students have to say and they take in consideration their opinion and ideas. 



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WMCR 




Everyday one can turn on his or her radio to 630am and 
find one of the many Monmouth college student D.J.'s in 
the middle of their show. WMCR brings our campus a 
variety of music, talk shows, and other reports about what is 
going on at the campus. There are also sport broadcasts 
when an event is played at home. We want to thank these 
people for bringing us enjoyable airwaves and for them 
taking their time to program all of this exciting music. 



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M.C.F. 




Monmouth 

Christian 

Fellowship 



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The Classics Honorary Club 




Back Row: Ken Schaefer, Kurt Fowler, Bob Nelson, Tom Sienkewicz 
Front Row: Kim Mortimer, Traci Stahl, Sylvia Zethmeyer 



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B.I.P. 




BROTHER'S 



IN 



PROGRESS 



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GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 




The Geological Society is a group of young men and 
women who are interested in the field of Geology. These 
students are put with many challenges given to the by Jim 
Mills and Larry Wiedman. These students on their spring 
breaks have traveled with the two Professors to different 
parts of the United States. 



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C.A.B. 




Front Row: Advisor Tim Gray, Althea Flowers, Barb Bekas, Jill Henson, Yaunah Hairston, 

Tammy Shell, Merideth Willett, Courtney Kondas, John Kator 
Back Row: Keelia Altheimer, Nila Stuckey, Terri Lacey, Pam Marshall, Karen Wilson, Roz 
Banks, Laguerra Champagne, Martha Muhlena 



The Community Activities Board is a student volunteer board responsible for planning 
campus wide entertainment. Some major events planned and organized by CAB include 
Homecoming, Winter Carnival, Comedy Month, and Springfest. Any student with interest in 
organizing and planning these events as well as many more should attend a meeting. 

Not pictured: Julie Ziegler, and Tracy Howard 



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




Student Association is a group of young men and women who run most of the 
activities on the campus. S.A. is Monmouth College's student government that 
upholds a constitution for the school which all of the student body must abide. 
This year's student association did an excellent job at running our organiza- 
tions. Good luck to the new officers for next year. 



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BLACK 



ACTION 



AFFAIRS 



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COUNCIL 



ASSOCIATION OF 
WOMEN STUDENTS 




Back Row: Erin Krieg, Laura Smajo, Donna Dudzinsky, Lisa Stevens 
Front Row: Melinda Miller, Lisa CuUinden, Paula Weikert, 

Not Pictured: Rosalind Banks, Jennifer Hoekstra, Jennifer Meyer, Pat Mickey, Dawn Taylor, 
Melissa Haskell, Martha Muhlens. Advisor: Susan Holm 



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HIGHLANDERS 




The Highlanders are comprised of college students as well as 
Alumni and others who are interested in playing the Bagpipes. 



Campus Pipers: 
April Burge 
Naunna Delgado 
Darin Forbes 
Keith Knohl 
Barb Nashold 
Dayna Sims 
Trudi Steichmann 

Campus Drummers: 
Bruce Beuttel 
Mark Beuttel 

Other Pipers: 
Craig and Tami Aune 
Linnea Bass 
Rick Cook 
Steve Graham 
John Houghton 
Bill and Peggy Lee 
Jodi and Loyd Little 
Lyman Williams 

Other Drummers: 
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wisemann 



PIPERS 



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CRIMSON MASQUE 








Crimson Masque had an exciting and busy year. They produced four, full-length, main-stage productions as 
well as an evening of one-acts directed by the Directing class. They took two trips and participated in Springfest 
'90 with a booth for the reading of biorythms. Crimson Masque also performed in Scot Sing in early May in 
which they won 1st place for Batman: The Musical . 

A long awaited dream of all Masquers is finally being realized with the building of the new Wells theatre. The 
present structure was built in 1902 as a gymnasium and given to the theatre to use as a "temporary theatre" in 
1927. Sixty-three years later the "temporary theatre" is still being used and Crimson Masque members truly 
understand the saying that "Nothing is more permanent than that which is temporary." 

Regardless of what the new Wells Theatre will bring to Crimson Masque, there will still be a bit of nostalgia 
as the final curtain falls in the Little Theatre this May. This is true because the Little Theatre has been our 
home for over sixty years. We have learned to love it even in the midst of it falling down about us. We have 
learned that the art of theatre is possible even in such adverse conditions when people who truly love the 
theatre come together and work together to achieve success. 

Nonetheless, the old must make way for the new and future generations of Crimson Masque will live the 
reality of what we have only dreamed for over sixty years. 



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MORTAR BOARD 




Mortar Board is an academic group which consists of people who achieve a 
4.0 average in a term. This group of young men and women also have door 
decorations to let everyone know who has achieved this excellent grade point 
average. I will take this time to congratulate all of the students who achieved 
a 4.0 average. 



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PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 




Back Row: Melissa Zaayenga, Deborah Carlson, Donna Dudzinsky. 
Front Row: Kristi Millar, Darci Boles, Jennifer Lentz. 



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ROTC 




R.O.T.C. is a major factor for these young men and women at Mon- 
mouth College. For these fine students they give a part of their lives to 
our country. These students are trained in military machinery, military 
conditioning, and military rules and regulations. With all of this train- 
ing these students become mature men and women. 



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ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 




Above from left to right: Jennifer Meyer, Sarah Banner, Althea Flowers, Dawn Taylor, 
Martha Muhlena, Melissa Zaayenga, and Becky Stotler. These students are just a few who 
are in the Alpha Lambda Delta. These students achieved a 3.5g.p.a. their freshman year 
and therefore were accepted by this organization. 



The officers for this group are: 



President — Mera Roberts 
Vice president — Melissa Zaaynga 
Secretary — Sarah Danner 
Treasurer — Greg Dammann 



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SNAPS 




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ALUMNI 










THE PEOPLE WE APPRECIATE 




To the Left: K. Marie Stolba 
graduated in 1944 but she was 
honored on May 19, 1990 for Doctor 
of Humane Letters. 

There were three others who were 
honored but were unable to be 
pictured. Those three people are 
George E. Trotter Jr. (1947), who 
earned a Doctor of Laws; Maxine 
Murdy Trotter (1947), who earned a 
Doctor of Laws; and William J. 
Winslade (1963), who earned a Doctor 
of Humane Letters. 







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A FLAME OF WHITE AND CRIMSON 



Elizabeth Farell Zumstein '25 



Elizabeth Farell Zumstein '25 



"A Flame of White and Crimson," one of the most popular of Monmouth's songs, was written 
to meet a deflnite need. It suddenly occurred to the composer on the day before the pep meeting for 
the Knox football game in 1924 that there was "too much fireworks and no contrast." Inspired by 
a poem she had read in an old Ravelings, she hurriedly set to music her conception of her Alma Mater. 
In the pep meeting the following day it was featured by a trio of Katherines — K. Laws Shauman 
'28, K. Kruidenier Ramsdale '25, and K. Dunnan Ludlow '26 — with a chorus of thirty students 
dressed in "white and crimson." 



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: - ^s Ravfeling* ,ESIt6R-J _^.oilJdinow like to take the time to thank a 
• 'yew, people yfYtd\yfefe of ^eatshelp to- me' Those people are; 
-• -Mr. Jdn Kavjffman for ajl .of hi^^lp whrai I was in panic about 
V <ieacni^>«';r;"i ' ";,-. ^'^^ -V . 

■ ^■Mr.f'Thofn Witfi^nbury for the assistance \^en I ^as without 
V pictures for certain sections of the book": ' 

V "Mr. Ri^k Partin for the assistance jvhen I was without copy fof a 
certain picture. *> >^ /" • ^ ^ 

Mr. Sudlow.. for understanding that I could riot meet my firs^ 
deadline that was set up for the pictures to be taken. "* " 

Mr. Skip Burhans for' being this yearl)ook's Advisor. 
, Dean Gillogy for always offering to help me with whatever ^ need- 
; « ed. 

Mrs. Gladys Free for always putt"lng a rush job on everything I 
needed. ^ 

The Comrfiuriications Board for giving me as a Freshman the 
chance to do my best on the Ravelings. 

Mrs. Barb Koch, L tliank you for listening to all &i the problems 
that I have had. I also want to thank you for always telling me I could 
do it. « X 

THANK YOU ALL FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART 

SINCERELY; 
^ . CHRISTENE BURKS 

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FACULTY 





Left: President Bruce Haywood 
Above: Edward Scott 




Far Bottom: Dorothy Douglas 
Below: Brigit Keefe 



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Below: Bradley Watts 




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Above: Robert Cathy 
Below: Janet Fullerton 




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Dennis Johnson 



Rebecca Mikesell 



William Wallace 





James DeYoung 



Frank Sorensen 



Rajkumar Ambrose 




James Mills 



David Allison 



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Upper Left: George Nieman 
Top Center: Richard Cogswell 
Upper Right: Marta Tucker 
Middle Left: William Urban 
Middle Right: Jeremy McNamara 
Lower Left: Gary Willhardt 
Bottom Center: Alfred Keller 
Lower Right: Frances Stauffer 





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Upper Left Jacquelyn Condon 
Top Center Judy Snyder 
Upper Right Susie Ambrose 
Middle Left Judson Kruidenier 
Middle Right Dean Wright 
Lower Left Skip Burhans 
Bottom Center Kelly Kane 
Lower Right Sarojini Ambrose 





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George Waltershausen 




Thomas Sienkewicz 




Susan Holm 








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Linda Farr 



David Long 



Robert Gillogly 



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George Arnold 



Orv Otten 



Robert Rogers 




Upper Carol Moore 
Lower Carolyn Tinkham 



Upper Kathy Haas 

Lower Betty Babcock and Beverly 

Brewer 



Roger Haynes 




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GRADUATION 




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CELEBRATE 




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CONGRATULATIONS ! ! 




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Freshmen 

Adams, Larlee J. 
Adeleye, Victoria 
Altheimer, Keelia S. 
Anderson, Faith M. 
Anderson, Terry S. 
Arne, Aaron A. 
Bakie, Bradley J. 
Bass, Katie 
Bentley, Gerald C. 
Bernstein, Arthur T. 
Bird, Jennifer N. 
Boecker, Katherine S. 
Bold, Alan M. 
Boykan, Floyd,, Jr. 
Breed, Scott H. 
Brockschmidt, Jason D. 
Brown, Christopher W. 
Brown, Mario L. 
Brown, Sneidon D. 
Brown, Timothy M. 
Bryant, Keri L. 
Burge, April L. 
Burks, Devohna C. 
Carlson, Deborah K. 
Cassiday, Janet L. 
Charles, James T. 
Childress, Dolores D. 
Clayburn, Warren E. 
Collins, Cantrell D. 
Collum, Pamela R. 
Coverdell, Travis L. 
Cox, Tammy S. 
Crabb, Laura E. 
Craig, Thomas L. 
Crandall, Darcy K. 
Cravens, Shane W. 
Croegaert, Jeffrey G. 
Croy, Richard T. 
Dammann, Gregory G. 
Dang, Thao X. 
Danner, Sarah S. 
Davis, Edwin K. 
Delgado, Naunna L. 
Devino, Jason C. 
Dillavou, Chad P. 
Drelicharz, Holly C. 
Drescher, Holly D. 
Dunn, Chantel C. 
Ector, James A. 
Elam, Jason D. 
Engle, Robin C. 



Ericson, Torston H. 
Fago, Keith R. 
Flowers, Althea 0. 
Fordyce, Jill R. 
Franklin, Stephen A.„ Jr. 
Fuller, Jason E. 
Grayson, Daniel S. 
Griffith, Laura R. 
Grow, Thomas A. 
Hagaman, Timothy J. 
Hageman, Paula R. 
Hanon, Bruce Paul, Jr. 
Harding, Pamela A. 
Hasty, Wayne E. 
Hauser, Jennifer A. 
Heard, Itanya R. 
Hendricks, Damon A. 
Henry, Jeffrey S. 
Hickman, Shad D. 
Hinderliter, Krissy L. 
Hoogerwerf, Barry L. 
Howard, Judith M. 
Howard, Patrice D. 
Hughes, James C. 
Hurd, Michelle K. 
Huston, Brian M. 
Irons, Marcia L. 
Itanara, David S. 
Jefferson, Tammy L. 
Johnson, Eric R. 
Johnston, Bruce E. 
Jones, Elizabeth 
Jones, Ingrid R. 
Kalin, Kristine K. 
Keeney, David S. 
Kjellander, Jeison L. 
Knight, Terry R. 
Knohl, Keith K. 
Koss, Michele R. 
Kraut, KaiNani F. 
Kurisaka, Kaori 
Lacey, Brent E. 
Leonard, James R. 
Lewis, Michael J. 
Luu, Huyen B. 
Manning, Allyson J. 
Marshall, Pamela J. 
Mason, Sherrie G. 
McConnell, Timothy James 
McDonough, Alexa M. 
McDonough, Darren D. 
McGinnes, Mary M. 
McHone, Nicola J. 
McKee, Sean M. 
Meyer, Jennifer H. 



Mickey, Patricia A. 
Millar, Kristi A. 
Miller, John W. 
Miller, Judson P. 
Moore, Larry W. 
Moran, Christina L. 
Morse, Allison E. 
Mosshamer, Jason L. 
Mowitz, Erica C. 
Muhlena, Martha M. 
Nelson, Todd E. 
Ogilvie, Kathryn L. 
Pehlman, David L. 
Pica, John D. 
Prinole, Kelly A. 
Quinlan, Patrick J. 
Rankin, Lisa R. 
Ray, Jason E. 
Roberts, Mera E. 
Saggio, Christopher M. 
Schroeder, Julie A. 
Seeman, Karen L. 
Shumaker, Charles R. 
Sims, Dayna C. 
Snyder, Shawna M. 
Steele, Todd W. 
Steinberger, Kurt H. 
Stephens, Mark A. 
Stotler, Rebecca J. 
Swanson, Traci A. 
Taylor, Dawn J. 
Tinkham, Douglas K. 
Turner, William A. 
Van Kell, Daniel A. 
Vaughns, Lawerence V. 
Wagener, Stewart W. 
Walker, Erica N. 
Warren, Eric T. 
Watson, Anita D. 
Webb, John E. 
Webb, Walter 0. 
Welty, Stacy L. 
Whewll, G. Scott 
Williams, Michael J. 
Wilson, Karen J. 
Woerner, Robert G. 
Zaayenga, Melissa D. 
Zangori, Laura A. 
Zeigler, John J. 

Sophomores 

Acheson, Jonathan R. 
Adams-Smith, AUyce L. 



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Alcorn, Clinton E. 


Hartman, Stephen R. 


Ostermeier, Eric J. 


Allison, David G. 


Haskell, Melissa M. 


Pensinger, Angela S. 


Armstrong, Samuel S. 


Henson, Jill R. 


Pfeiffer, Dawn G. 


Atterberg, Timothy M. 


Hernandez, David 


Prapuolenis, Thomas V. 


Beck, Christy L. 


Hickey, Christine M. 


Prentice, Laura M. 


Benson, Sarah L. 


Hickling, John N. 


Presley, Toni L. 


Bergquist, Renee C. 


Hillis, F. David 


Price, Gary A. 


Boles, Darci J. 


Hinson, Timothy G. 


Purley, Don C. 


Brewer, Jonna A. 


Hippen, John J. 


Raymond, Wendy A. 


Brewer, Melissa M. 


Hoekstra, Jennifer L. 


Reading, Adam K. 


Buban, Christopher L. 


Hunter, Kristen L. 


Reller, A. Thomas 


Burton, Charles K. 


Hurt, LaShionda R. 


Reppelin, Valerie 


Carrell, Lori B. 


Innis, Robert D. 


Ridlen, Jennifer S. 


Carroll, John W. 


Jacobson, Derek S. 


Rishi, Vikas 


Catlin, Andrew M. 


Johnson, Andrewe W. 


Robinson, Willard M. 


Champagne, Laguerra G. 


Johnson, Kurtiss W. 


Rowan, Penny L. 


Chapman, John W. 


Johnston, Coreena M. 


Rysui, James M.„ Jr. 


Chavarria, Eder Vargas 


Kelly, David W. 


Ryner, Joseph H. 


Christiansen, Teresa A. 


Kelly, Kurt A. 


Schimmelpfennig, Matthew A. 


Clayton, Derek H. 


Kennerly, Pamela J. 


Segebrecht, Jason R. 


Crafford, Dawn S. 


Klopp, Heather A. 


Shell, Tammy S. 


Crisco, Bradley T. 


Knutson, Tracey C. 


Sherlock, Michelle J. 


Cross, Deletra M. 


Kopp, Edward C. 


Siepel, Cynthia M. 


Crossen, Rhonda M. 


Krieg, Erin L. 


Sims, Jennifer W. 


Currie, Neil W. 


Kruse, Jon J. 


Smith, David L. 


D'Alfonso, Nicolas P. 


Lacey, Terri L. 


Stark, John G. 


Day, Jeff L. 


Lake, Julie A. 


Steckelberg, William S. 


DeGeorge, Michael E. 


Lantman, Brian R. 


Steed, Genyne D. 


DeMay, Tammy L. 


Lapsa, Edward J. 


Stockwell, Tammi J. 


Dean, Laura E. 


Leachman, Nicole 


Swaw, Brian J. 


Dietz, Joseph J. 


Legris, Lisa A. 


Sweeney, D. Kraig 


Dunbar, Patricia A. 


Lentz, Jennifer J. 


Tazaki, Aki 


Earl, Christopher W. 


Lewis, Teresa A. 


Terry, John H. 


Erickson, Mary Jane 


Liesman, Laura B. 


Thomas, John H. 


Evans, Clark V. 


Mackowiak, James P. 


Thomas, Trent D. 


Ewen, Ellen J. 


Markut, Brian A. 


Thompson, Jeffrey J. 


Fancher, James B. 


Martin, Michelle L. 


Timmerman, Sheri J. 


Faughn, Charlene V. 


McCann, Diana E. 


Triplett, Tara P. 


Fekete, Brad H. 


McCraven, Jeffery L. 


Van Order, Kevin W. 


Forbes, Darin C. 


McCurry, Shannon K. 


Voetberg, Laura E. 


Ford, Elizabeth 


McDaniel, Joseph B. 


Wang, Kris L. 


Fordyce, Dawn E. 


McNeive, Michael P. 


Watt, Stephen M. 


Francis, Katie J. 


McNulty, LaShawn T. 


Weeks, Blair D. 


Frick, Ginger R. 


Mickley, David R. 


Weisendanger, Ty D. 


Fry, Toni P. 


Miller, Brian C. 


Wells, Brooke E. 


Fujita, Hiroyuki 


Miller, Sharon L. 


Wetterling, Michael T. 


Ghrer, Matthew J. 


Milnes, Jennifer M. 


Wilke, Dana L. 


Goforth, Trent E. 


Mortimer, Kimberly A. 


Willett, Merideth M. 


Gould, Adam R. 


Murphy, Susan R. 


Willson, Jess G. 


Hagie, Bruce A. 


Naab, Susan K. 


Wilson, Richard E.„ Jr. 


Halihan, Todd 


Nashold, Barbara H. 


Wolf, Teresa L. 


Hall, Marcus A. 


Nehrkorn, Tom W. 


Wyant, Nicholas A. 


Hallam, Kimberly A. 


Nelson, Jon E. 


Youngquist, Polly J. 


Hallam, Kristin M. 


Nelson, Michael G. 


Zielke, Sandra A. 


Hammer, Scott T. 
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Noel, Anouk A. 


Zobrist, Julia M. 




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Juniors 

Agata, Mito 
Aiwa, Radha 
Anderson, Craig D. 
Anderson, Toni 
Aono, Kaoruko 
Ault, Norene B. 
Banks, Rosalind R. 
Beal, Dana A. 
Bekas, Barbara A. 
Bennett, Gregory W. 
Berry, Jennifer L. 
Beuttel, Mark A. 
Boland, Susan M. 
Bollin, Scot E. 
Bowling, Angela J. 
Bradford, Michael T. 
Bradley, Mark E. 
Broskow, Wray 
Buckert, Bryar P. 
Calvert, Darb 
Campbell, Jennifer J. 
Case, Charles A. 
Chambers, Cimberlie 
Collins, Emily C. 
Cook, Loren T. 
Cordle, Frank E. 
Courtney, Joseph T. 
Cox, Craig A. 
Crum, Jeffery A. 
Cummings, Elise 
D'Antonio, Brett E. 
Daikoku, Kieko 
Banner, Michael D. 
DePew, Daniel 
Doswell, Raymond 
Doswell, Regina 
Dreger, Salena M. 
Dudzinski, Donna M. 
Eagelston, James R. 
Fox, Jesse 
Francis, Mary 
Frederick, Angela S. 
Glassburn, Michael J. 
Godby, Edith 
Gormley, Douglas 
Graham, James A. 
Grein, Dave S. 
Guenther, Michael 
Gunia, Randy S. 
Hacker, Richard L. 
Haley, Kimberley A. 



Hamann, Robert M. 
Harwood, Bill C. 
Hasson, Thomas W. 
Hennemann, William C. 
Herzog, Robert J. 
Hileman, Kathryn J. 
Hollendonner, Keith 
Horn, Cheryl D. 
Howard, Yvonne 
Ichiba, Kazumi 
Jackson, Pebbles C. 
Jacobs, Wesley W. 
Johnson, Kelly 
Johnson, Shalise D. 
Jones, R. Calvin 
Karwath, Jodi M. 
Kator, John E. 
Kelly, Kathleen R. 
Kimoto, Reiko 
Kilen, Stephen A. 
Koda, Yoko 
Kondras, Courtnay 
Lund, Brian P. 
Maeda, Reiko 
Malinowski, James J. 
Mallie, Natalie 
Mangel, Michele G. 
Mason, Jennifer M. 
McDaniel, Troy 
McDowell, Scott A. 
McHone, Sharon R. 
Meier, Tonya L. 
Miller, Melinda 
Mohn, Bryan K. 
Morey, Todd F. 
Nakajima, Naoko 
Nelson, Bruce A. 
Ness, Larry H. 
Nguyen, Mindy Thi 
Oberle, Shannon K. 
Okamoto, Naoko 
Oleson, Colby M. 
Owen, Sheri L. 
Padilla, Melissa A. 
Penrod, DuFresne A. 
Phillips, Catherine 
Rettke, Michael R. 
Riggs, Brian C. 
Roan, Shirlynne 
Robertson, Peter W. 
Rohrer, Roger D. 
Rotche', Jennifer L. 
Rush, Rita C. 
Sanders, Carla J. 
Schmidt, Elizabeth J. 



Seelye, Rhonda 
Senica, Mary K. 
Sherman, Barry R. 
Shibata, Shinobu 
Shigeta, Chisato 
Slaydon, Bill J. 
Smajo, Laura S. 
Smallwood, Christina 
Smith, Elizabeth L. 
Smith, Jody M. 
Smith, Richard R. 
Soderstrom, Renee N. 
Sonnon, David N.„ Jr. 
Sorensen, Peter F. 
Stahl, Tracie 
Steichmann, Trudi A. 
Stevens, Lisa M. 
Stevens, Todd 
Stewart, Sean T. 
Stoyanoff, Stacy J. 
Strachan, Williams S. 
Strode, Martha M. 
Stuckey, Nila 
Tanaka, Yasuko 
Taylor Reading, Valerie G. 
Tebo, Suzanne L. 
Theleritis, Tom 
Thomas, George T. 
Thurness, Brent R. 
Tigue, Margaret 
Tol, Mieko 
Vallabhaneni, Sudha 
Wadhams, Steven 
Wang, Raegan JoAnn 
Waschevski, Susan 
Watanabe, Naoki 
Weyland, Shane P. 
Wollam, Scott B. 
Worsley, Eric D. 
Worthy, Lori 
Wyatt, David B. 

Seniors 

Ackerman, Todd T. 
Adachi, Mikiko 
Allen, Derick 
Allen, Earl L. 
Altgilbers, Cris W. 
Ambrose, Vinod J. 
Ardell, Ann E. 
Awee, Rabidin 
Bakker, Jeff 
Baldwin, Duane 



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Beiermann, Christine 
Benge, Tracy 
Bennett, Percy H. 
Beuttel, Bruce 
Bloomer, Michael D. 
Bowman, Pamela J. 
Bruner, John 
Carr, Daryl B. 
Carlson, Michele P. 
Clague, Mary Ann 
Conaway, Cheryl 
Cook, Jennifer G. 
Coverdell, Jeffrey 
Dahl, Kathyrne M. 
Davis, George 
Davis, Victor J. 
DeKoster, Gregory T. 
Dembinsky, Ritch E. 
Dick, Lisa J. 
Dipeolu, Vivienne 
Divers, Michelle R. 
Donahue, Peter A. 
Downs, Theresa A. 
Dutton, Melissa 
Earls, Latitia L. 
Elliott, Jack W. 
Estes, Robert G. 
Farr, Charles C. 
Flanagan, Dan 
Forbes, Danette 
Fowler, Kurt J. 
Glisan, Brian R. 
Godar, Donna M. 
Goto, Yuki 
Gotoh, Miyuki 
Grable, Peter A. 
Greer, Rodney 
Guenther, Gregg 
Hale, Katie 
Helm, Jon 
Hequembourg, Amy 
Herman, Michael D. 
Hippie, Lori J. 
Hirata, Ayako 
Honsey, Francis A. 
Howard, Tracy 
Hunter, Cheryl L. 
Hurt, Rochelle 
Ikezaki, Azusa 
Jackubec, Michael T. 
Jones, Michael S. 
Kato, Rika 
Kelleher, Daniel 
Kelly, Shawn A. 
Kittell, Christopher 



Kobayashi, Masae 
Koseki, Hikaru 
Kozyra, Sue 
Kurosawa, Masaki 
Lafferty, Mary K. 
Larson, Eric E. 
Lavery, William M. 
LeVasseur, Jeannine 
Lewis, Charles E. 
Lowery, Gus L. 
Lox, Lisa M. 
Loy, Laura 
Malone, Pamela J. 
Malters, Edward C. 
Matigian, Vic 
McGinnes, John R. 
McQuellon, Stacy M. 
Mihallik, Michael J. 
Mitchell, S. Juan 
Moore, Christina 
Moormann, Lynne 
Morrill, Stephen C. 
Mote, Stephen D. 
Mueller, John F. 
Myers, Chad C. 
Myers, Sonya J. 
Nauert, Daniel T. 
Nelson, Robert T., Ill 
Newlin, Mark T. 
Nickols, Linda M. 
O'Brien, Lori 
Ogilvie, A. Christy 
Oh, Gerald Tze L. 
Orth, Eric R. 
Ota, Nobuyuki 
Ottenad, Robin L. 
Patch, Kelly A. 
Pemberton, Kurt 
Perez, Victoria 
Poland, Jayne A. 
Popolis, Jhn 
Porter, Todd A. 
Ravel, Robert L. 
Reese, Stacy W. 
Robertson, Heather 
Schaefer, Kenneth E. 
Sefton, Kevin 
Seitz, Jeanne 
Sheets, Karen 
Shida, Tomoko 
Sholl, Cindy K. 
Shuchman, Jeffrey 
Simmons, Deron S. 
Simmons, Elizabeth M. 
Skov, Sarah H. 



Smith, Carlos F. 
Stempinski, Richard R.„ Jr. 
Stolz, James A.„ Jr. 
Sudholt, Tammy 
Suess, Emily 
Sweeney, J. Darren 
Talbott, Lynne M. 
Tanaka, Kimiko 
Terry, David H. 
Themanson, Kristin 
Watanabe, Misako 
Watson, Tureka L. 
Weikert, Paula 
Welch, Randy L. 
Wheat, Chris 
Wolfe, Brett D. 
Worcester, Charles L. 
Wyatt, M. Travis 
Yamagishi, Yuki 
Young, April D. 
Young, Bryan 
Zethmayr, Sylvia 
Ziegler, Julianna M. 



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Cullinan, Lisa M. 
Matthews, Lisa A. 
Wheat, Troy M. 
Smith, William B. 
Burdette, Lori L. 
Hauser, Mary L. 
Oliver, Jonica C. 
Ramirez, Luis 0. 
Rice, Kelly 
Robbins, John 



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