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Clockwise from top left: Some students entertain themselves with a little football, coed team Twister, or a soapy slide down a back tarp. When those don't work, others try soccer or walking on their hands. For the faint of heart, there's always spectating in the rain.






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One of the highlights of the 1993-1994 year was a visit from the United Kingdom's former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. Mrs. Thatcher was the 18th person brought to UMR by the Remmers' Special Arts/Lecture Series. On February 7th, she spoke to a capacity crowd of more than 5000 people at the Gale Bullman Multipurpose Building. A few excerpts from her speech are below. '1n the end, there is no substitute for the leadership ofthe democratic nations, and our strategy ofextending to the whole world the freedom ofindividual and the rule oflaw, the market economy, the oldest system known to man. And with representative democracy, that is the strategy. Andyou find that once people get that, there is no record in world history ofan established democracy fighting another established democracy. Because democracy is rule by the people through a government, and that government can be turned out at any time.

((If we again keep our defenses strong and our message short, we shallfind we will have a steadily improving century into the next century, but again always be prepared because the price offreedom is eternal vigilance. Now ifthat doesn 't seem to be a very optimistic assessment, it is a very realistic assessment, with cautious optimism. I think perhaps the best thing ofall is that most young p eople that I find as I go around have a desire to attach themselves to some greater cause greater than themselves and to know what they're doing is not only useful but it is right. '1 know all the difficulties with increasing crime, but my friends, every day there are millions, millions, millions, and millions ofpeople in your country and mine going about their daily business-lookin g after their families, being responsible, showing some kind of responsibility to the community, contributing to the church, contributing to volunteer work. Millions, millions, and millions doing that. And there lies the strength ofour countries. "



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Above: Two photographs of UMR's Golf course . Right: A well known sign on one end of campus.



Somalia- mall African country torn by clan wars. Pr i nt u h nt tr p in to keep innocent Somali r m t rving. Pr id nt linton pulled the troops ut t k p th m from dying. The Great Flood of '93-Probably the most specta ular natural disaster in recent history. Entire cities and countie were underwater. To the sandbaggers, it emed like more sandbags were used in the flood than were u ed in the GulfWar. The Midwest showed ff it n e of community when everyone pitched in t h lp. Bill & Hillary Clinton-Along with their daughter h 1 and ock their cat, are the current residents of th White House. Violence-The social crisis of the year. Kids with handgun ; young adult murder rates continue to climb. Bosnia-The former Yugosalvian provinxe rocked by a bloody civil war. The sniper shoot anyone-including news crews and little old ladies. Haiti-The democratic government was booted out by a military dictatorship. Boatloads of Haitians flee across the Gulf of Mexico to Florida trying to escape the economic and political choas in Haiti only to be held up at refugee camps in Florida. Michael Jackson-Accused of molesting a boy , addicted to pain killers, and afficted with a skin disease. Isn't Never-Never Land a place of endless childhood happiness? Richard Nixon-Former president Nixon died in late April.

John F. Kennedy-30th anniversary of his assasination by Lee Harvey Oswald. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis-Dies from nonHodgkins cancer of the lymph system. Peace in the Middle East-Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) sign a peace agreement. Rabin and Arafat shake hands at the monumental occaison. Health Care-The great political event of the season. Hillary and Bill's dream of universal coverage could end up being a political nightmare. Rebellion in Russia-Hard liners die hard. An attempted coup d'etat by hard line communists flops after Yeltsin shells the Russian White House. The world held its breath for a week. Jordon Retires-After one of the most successful carreers in the NBA, Michael Jordan retires prompted perhaps by the murder of his father. His new career in Major League baseball seems stuck, but the endorse- 路 ments certainly aren't. California-Disaster central. Firestorms, earthquakes, riots, crime, and a shrinking economy.

NAFTA-The North American Free Trade Agreement passed in 1994 whose intent was to remove tariff barriers and promote trade between Mexico, Canada and the United States. German Skinheads-The nazi movement reborn in Germany. Many foreigners are assaulted included a memeber of the U.S. Bobsledding team. North Korea-Despite a ban on nuclear bomb development, it appears that the North Koreans are devel-


oping nuclear weapons that could be used to strike South Korea or possibly Japan.

drove a Jaguar and lived in a $300,000 house. It makes you wonder what CIA really stands for.

Schindler's List-The landmark Speilberg movie about a German who saves thousands of Jews from death by employing them in his factory.

Gambling & Smoking-Both were hot topics this year. Gambling bills found their way on to many ballots around the country. Smokers were banned from smoking in pratically any closed in space.

Nancy & Tanya-At a skating competition, Tanya Harding's associates club Nancy Kerrigan with an iron bar in an attempt to prevent her from competing in the Winter Olympics. The most over-used story of the year. Whitewater-The Clinton's land investment that went bad. Suspicious dealings made it perfect scandal material. Beavis & Butthead-These two MTV cartoon downs got bumped to late night after their antics inspired some youngsters to set fire to a house.

Kurt Cobain-The lead singer of Seattle grunge band Nirvana. He committed suicide in late April. Michael Faye-The American teenager who was given four lashes by a cane in Singapore for vandalizing property. The caning sparked discussion about crime and punishement prompting some lawmakers to proposed using caning on juvenile offenders in the United States. Rwanda-The latest African nation to be torn by clan wars. Thousands of refugees were killed trying to escape into neighboring Tanzania.

The Economy-It grew rapidly, about 7%, during the first quarter of 1994. Promptly, the Federal Reserve Board raised interest rated to prevent inflation in check.

South Africa-Formerly ruled by the white minority through aparthied, the country held its first all race elections this year.

Prozac-So, you want to be happy, successful, and confident; have your doctor prescribe this pill and for about $70 a month you can feel good.

Nelson Mandela-South African's newly elected black president. He was a political prisoner for more that twenty years before being released a few years ago.

Winter Olympics-Held in Lillehammer, Norway and the surrounding countryside. Kerrigan won silver in figure skating. Jansen, Moe, and Blair won gold in men's speed skating, skiing, and women's speed skating. The Jamaican bobsled team did nearly as well as the Americans despite the American's $500,000 custom built sled.

Generation X-The generic name given to the generation born between 1967 and 1981. Supposedly, we are all lazy, apathetic, and just like to sit and watch MTV

Aldrich Ames-A KGB mole who worked for the CIA. No one caught on despite the fact that Ames

D-Day-June 6, 1994 marked the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the end ofWorld War II in Europe. The people who survived that day once again filled the beaches of Normandy in rememberance of those who fought and died.




H om ec om in g '93

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Opposite: Rakiyah Mason receives the Homecoming Crown. Top left: An exhausting Belly Flop competition. Top Right: Down for the count in Jell-0 Wrestling. Middle Left: Alpha Epsilon Pi leads the race with a mounthful.. .of kiwi? Middle Right: Joe Miner takes a whirl on the gyroscope. Bottom: A dedicated SUB member sells T-shirts for Homecoming. Photo by James Anderson


Photo by T.J . Houchin

Tropical Paradise Hits Rolla During the week of September 27th to October 2nd the UMR campus was transforme d into a "Tropical Paradise" by the diligent work of the Student Union Board. The theme ofTropical Paradise was chosen in order to create an environme nt for fun and creativity. This week was a great success for every one who participated in or watched the games. The games at the puck were the Egg Catapult, Lai Toss, Jell-0 Wrestling, Food Eating Contest, Fantasy Hula Jingle, Tropical Joe Miner Look Alike, Mocktails, Bellyflop,

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Photo by James Anderson

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Photo by Anthony Salnas

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Photo by Steve Chu

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Opposite Top: Entangled in a game of Team Twister. Opposite Middle: Kiwi in mouth, Angela Brickner approaches the finish line. Opposite Bottom Left: Hula lessons at the Puck? Opposite Bottom Right: Christy Everett serves up an excellent Mocktail. Top left: Rain doesn't stop this Miner at the Bonfire. Top right: How low can you go? Middle: The pyrotechnicians arrange the combustible material in an optimal fashion. Burn, baby, burn! Bottom: "Hey, keep yo ur eyes on the fire!"


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Kuiui Wheel Race, and Team Twister. There were many other activities planned for this week. On Monday students began voting for the Homecoming Queen, the Queen candidates were introduced to the student body, and Michael Pace entertained the students with his comedy at the puck. On Tuesday SUB provided the students with a 'Fisheads' concert at the Miner Recreational Building. Tuesday also marked the beginning ofthe Scavenger Hunt contest, clues were given Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for the participants to use to discover secret items not on the public Scavenger Hunt list. On Friday there was an Photo by Jason Meriwether

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Photo by T.J. Houchin

Ice Cream Social on campus and the Homecoming participants decorated the front of their houses to welcome the alumni who came for the festivities. Friday night there was a Bonfire where students participated in Musical Lawn Chairs and Limbo contests. On Saturday came the Homecoming game. The Miners were on the winning side of a 44 to 8 victory over Southwest Baptist. During the game the fans rode on the Gyroscope and ate at the Bar-B-Que. At Halftime the Queens and the overall winners were presented. Rakiyah Mason was named UMR's 1993 Homecoming Queen. The First runner-up was Sandy Junge, and Janice Struckoff was the Second runner-up. In the Homecoming overall standing Zeta Tau Alpha came in first with 650 points, Chi Omega received second with 61 0 points, and Pi Kappa Alpha was third with 600 points. After the game and all of the excitement was over, Miners past and present relaxed to the SUB movies Captain Ron, and Moon Over Parador, remembering the good times they had over the past week and in weeks past.

Photo by Rod Aburto

Opposite Top Left: An adventurous Miner takes a ride on the Gyroscope. Opposite Top Right: Team members gather for a moment of celebration. Opposite Middle: The team waits for the snap. Opposite Bottom Left: Goldminers dance for their team. Opposite Bottom Right: Number fourteen makes a pass. Top: Rakiyah Mason celebrates her victory. Middle: The court is introduced to the crowd. Bottom: The first and second runners up accept their crowns. Photo by Rod Aburto

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Opposite Top: "Come into my web!!" Opposite Middle: Local children receive candy from the T.J. residents. Opposite Bottom Left: 9 South gets into the spirit of Halloween. Opposite Bottom Right: "Ahoy, Where's me boat?" Top Left: Just another starving college student!! Top Right: "Do I know you from somewhere??" Middle Left: "Put on a Happy Face!" Middle Right: A Ghoulish gang at the Freakers Ball. Bottom: The victims of the carving contest!!

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St. Pat and His Court Saint Patrick Darren Peeler

Master Guards Steve Skikas Richard Roland

Guards Jonathan Deters Paul Kinton Doug Davison Jeff Hedgpeth

Herald Michael Alley

Pages Patrick Breck Chris Rahn

Trumpeteer Jason Ainslie

Mom James Botts

Still The Best Ever Once again the 1994 86th Annual St. Pats was considered the "Best Ever" and each year UMR students strive to make the next celebration better. The preparation started early in the school year with the dedicated, persistent and usually enthusiastic sales of the St. Pats sweatshirts. With the arrival of the week of St. Pats, came the Monday morning Snake invasion. Freshman wielding shillelaghs made from locally selected small trees patrolled the campus for these

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crawling invaders. With t he elimination of these reptiles the festivities began, a task very successfully carried out. In the afternoon on Monday and Tuesday students gathered at the puck to watch the Follies. The contests were the Full Beard Contest, Novelty Beard, Greenest Person, Hugger Stacking, and Best St. Pats Jingle. Then there were t he minute contests which were Most Sweatshirts on, Most Garters on, and Most Sweatpants on. These were

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Top: "Got your green yet??" Middle Left: "Cha- Ching" Middle Right: "Kill the snake Freshman!!" Bottom: No their not preparing the field for crops ... its the snake corral and the fierce reptile killers.

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Photo by Mike Fridley


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followed by Most Consecutive Year's Buttons, and Most St. Pats Buttons on a Sweatshirt. Wednesday brought the arrival of St. Pat and His court to the Bandshell via the railroad handcar. Continuing from that location were more Follies including the Men's Shillelagh Contest, Leprechaun Look-A-Like, Best Definition of St. Pats, Old St. Pats Sweatshirt and Women's Walking Stick.

Photo by James Anderson

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Photo by James Anderson

Opposite Top Left: Festivities at the Puck. Opposite Top Right: Lady Leprechaun skips across the stage. Opposite Bottom: St. Pat and His Court arrive. Top Left: The ZTA's are "decked" out!! Top Right: Phi Kappa Theta's 1st Place Cudgel. Middle Left: Charlie Brown and Snoopy join in the parade. Middle Right: Your candy or your life!! Bottom: Parading in style. Where's Aladdin??

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Thursday marked the beginning the two days of Gonzo and Games at the Fraternity Row fields. Appearing on the first day was the Cudgel Carry and Volleyball with music by the 'The Urge!' On Friday the games continued with the Bat Race, Three Legged Bat Race, Monkey Rolls, Quarters, Somersault Race, 12 Ounce Dash, Four on the Floor, Green Tart Race, Football Toss, and Ten Man


Opposite Top Left: Taking a spill in the Bar Race Opposite Top Right: Ladies attempt Four On The Floor. Opposite Middle: Centripetal Force or Centrifugal Force?? Opposite Bottom: "Man this things heavy!!" Top: T he Gin Blossoms appear at the M ultiPurpose Bldg. Bottom Left: Queen Angie H erzog presides over ALICE. Bottom Righ t: Emre Tuskal makes his glorious trek to ALICE. Photo by Jason Hansen

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Boat Race. Music was provided by KMNR. Saturday morning started with St. Pat and Court starting down Pine Street with the traditional St. Pats Parade following. In the afternoon the Knighting Ceremony was held at the Football Field with ALICE as the honored Guest. Many gathered to experience the ceremony and to watch as those chosen were "selected" by the knights, kissed the Kings foot and dipped into the belly of ALICE. Few enter ALICE and each who does comes out a changed person. The week of St. Pats was wrapped up with the concert provided by the 'Gin Blossoms' at the Multi Purpose Building. Overall , St. Pats once again proved that anyone can appreciate this Irish Holiday and it seems as though all found time to let loose from the druggery of school work. Photo by Jason Meriwether

Many thanks to the Miner Staff for the use of their photos.


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Opposite Top Left: Suzi Landolphi entertains students during I.M.P.A.C.T. Week. Opposite Top Right: Paul Gilmartin stirs up some laughter. Opposite Bottom: Students enjoy a free Bar-BQue. Top: Students donate blood for campus blood drive. Middle: Sigma Chi's clean up the streets during Greek Clean-up. Bottom: "Run for Your Life" 5K marathon.

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Opposite Top Left: Students scout out possible job prospects at Career Day. Opposite Top Right: First impressions are always important. Opposite Bottom: UMR honors our soldiers on Veterans Day. Top Left: Tom Erb, looking confident, comes prepared with his resume. Top Right: Umbrellas in hand, spectators endure the rain at the Multi Purpose Groundbreaking. Middle: Formal ceremonies commemorate this special occasion. Bottom: A special golden shovel is used to initiate the construction. Photo by Tim Stansifer




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Senior leader, Steve Hostetter, runs alone.


Members of the team: Ryan Unterreiner, Justim Teiken, Crazy Bob Etien, Brian Collingham, Craig McCauley, Rob VanDerWall, Chris Wildschuetz, Jon Andrews, Kevin Schwalje, Steve Hostetter, Steve Young, Courtney Mapp, Eric Achelpohl, Steve Winsett, Head Coach Sarah Preston, Asst. Coach Jeff Balmer.

UMR Racing Miners toe the line ready to crush the competition.

Photo by: Eric Achelpohl


This fall the UMR mens cross country team shocked the MIAA conference and the Great Lakes Region with their improved performance and youth. The Running Miners opened their season in good form by placing second to Lindenwood College at the Lindenwood College Lions Invitational. The very next week UMR avenged their loss to Lindenwood College en route to a championship title at the SIUEdwardsville Twilight Classic. Among those falling to the Miners were NCAA Division II power SIUEdwardsville and NCAA Division I SEMO. After the Twilight Invitational the Running Miners were ranked in the top five of the region. The cross country team continued to showcase their abilities through the Miner Invitational, where they took fourth, in what would probably be their finest team performance of the year. After losing one of their top runQ.ers to injury, the Miners went on to place fourth in the MIAA conference meet, which was their highest conference finisH in years. At the Great Lake Regional meet they went on to fmish 12th out of 30. The Miners were lead by two strong senior captians in Steven Hostetter and Rob VanDerWall. Hostetter won the Lions Invitational, placed second at the Twilight Classic, fourth at the Miner Invitational, and a record tying fourth at the MIAA conference meet. Rob VanDerWall placed third at the Lions Invitational, fourth at the Twilight Classic, and fourteenth at the Miner Invitational. Complementing the senior leadership was junior Steve Young, sophomores Bob Etien, Jon Andrews, Kevin Schwalje, and freshmen Ryan Unterreiner and Craig McCauley. The UMR Running Miners are looking forward to continued domination of the competitioin as they et their goals for next fall. Steve Young

Ryan Unterreiner pursues the regional competition at Joplin.

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Steve Young opens the gap on the field.

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Rob VanDerWall concentrates on staying ahead of the Lindenwood competition.

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Becky Wilson speeding her way to a NCAA Division II National berth.


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Left to right: Karen Rainey, Becky Wtlson, Shannon Parker, Jennifer Frazer. Pictured: Juanita Benedicta, Jessica Roberts. The women's team taking their marks as the men's team looks on.

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Pictured is Becky Wilson who is one of only three women cross country runners in UMR history to ever qualify for the NCAA National meet.

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Shannon Parker drives hard towards the finish chute.

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The UMR womens' cross country team had a difficult time filling a roster this last fall. There were never five women able to race in any one meet, but there were five that were able to compete during the season. The women Running Miners were lead by senior captain Becky Wilson. She proved that she was the competition in every race she ran. Wilson's performances this fall included first place finishes at the Lions Invitational in Saint Charles, Missouri, and the Twilight Classic at Edwardsville, Illinois, second place finishes at the MIAA conference meet in Warrensburg, Missouri, and the Great Lakes Regional meet in Joplin, Missouri. Wilson's high finish at regionals qualified her for the NCAA Division II National Cross Country meet held in Riverside, California, where she placed 52nd. This fall Wilson earned MIAA Runner of the Week, MIAA Academic All-Conference and NCAA Division II Academic All-American honors. The Lady Miners had solid performances from three first year collegiate runners. The contributing women were: freshman Jennifer Frazer, junior Shannon Parker and senior Juanita Benedicto. Next year the women are hoping to have a full team and start their climb to the top of the MIAA Conference. Steve Young

Coach Sarah Preston congratulates the Lady Miners after a tough regional race in the snow.

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Offensive MVP, Ernest Brown, hurdles the defense in search of the end zone.


Photo by: John Kean

Left to right: Front Row: Fred Finley, Eivind Lesterud, Mike Wise, Malcolm Thompson, Chris Dawson, Kevin Hug, Bill Smith, Doug Fulton, Steve Howard, Ton Degonia, Jason Ilium, Matt Schwent. Second Row: Bill Brown, Matt Henry, David Wells, Elliott Jackson, Brad Moppins, D.C. Look, Les Boyum, Jim Anderson, Charlie Finley, Chris Alverson, Travis Boulware, Doug Grooms, Chris Brownell, Travis Claxton, Darren Nix, Brandon Graham. Third Row: Jason Wagoner, Chad Cagle, Arnett Thomas, David Barr, Matt Grundy, Chris Williams, Ed Reichert, Rob Graves, Todd Westermeyer, Talion Edwards, Russell Ziang, Ernest Brown, Brandon Risner, Ted Button, Chad Salli. Fourth Row: Chris Shore, Jon King, Jason Rice, Kirk Schaffer, Brian Gilmore, Cary Lange, Kevin Kestner, Dave Mickelson, Jerry Wallock, Gary Tomlinson, Brian Casserilla, Chris Marlowe, Willie Halliburton, Seth Burns. Fifth Row: Joe Knapp, Brian Wright, Joe Sousa, Mike McEnery, Chris Ward, Jason Politte, Monty Conner, Gino Lanasa, Don Gruber, Adam Dohrman, Brad Lind, Brian Alfredson, Courtney Porter. Back Row: Les Moody, Jim Van Acker, Rob lves, Brian Tilley, Tony Giacolone, Don Richards, Josh Lowery, Brian Vallely, Dan Simpson, Jim Hartman, Craig Sorenson.


The UMR football team began their centennial season in an impressive manner. In their season opener they shutout Iowa Wesleyan with a 32-0 win. This was the first time t~e Miners ~ad shutout opponent since 1988. In the second game of the season, and the SOOth game 1n UMR history, the Mm~rs defeated Washburn University, 38-14. The win against Washburn helped the Miners open the season w1th two wins, which has not happened since 1986. After the two consectutive wins the Miners went on to win one of their last eight games. Even though the Miners finished the season with a six game losing streak, there were many solid individual performances. Eivind Listerud tied the UMR single-season record with 12 field goals with 13 attempts, which tied tor fourth in the NCAA II in field goals. He also made 3 2 of 3 5 of his placekick attempts and lead the team in pionts with 56. Matt Henry finished the season with 58 tackles and four interceptions. He also averaged 10.8 yards a punt return, which ranked 22nd nationally and first in the MIAA. Ernest Brown became the second player in UMR history to surpass the 1,000 yard mark for a season. He finished third in the conference with 1050 yards. Brown also had six 100 yard games and nine touchdowns. Chris Dawnson lead the team with 38 catches for 516 yards. Mike Wise set UMR's total offense record with 4,225 yards. He had threw for 12 touchdowns and 1,242 yards, while running for 311 yards this season. Cary Lange led the Miners with 109 tackles while Darin Nix had 63 tackles and a team high six interceptions.

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Six Miners were named to the MIAA all-conference team. Choosen to the first team were Eivind Listerud, Jerry Wallock, and Matt Henry. Ernest Brown, Chris Dawson, and Bill Smith were selected to the second team. Mike Wise, Kevin Hug, Cary Lange, and Darin Nix earned honorable mention. Eivind Listerud was also named to the Kodak All-American team as well as the GTE second-team Academic AllAmerican team. Five all-conference selections, Jerry Wallock, Matt Henry Ernest Brown Cary Lange, and Darin Nix will all return for the next season. ' ' James Stanfield


Quarterback Mike Wise prepares to take the snap.

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Ernest Brown searches for open field.

Matt Henry returns the punt behind his blockers.


Matt Schwent pulverizes the opposing team's ball earner.

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Miners celebrate victory over SBU.


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Left to right: Front Row: Jorge Valle, Fred Amad, Keith Kendall, Rob Ridle, Jim Chapman, Andy Jenkins, Jason Jones, Abdul Ali, Brian Williamson, Greg Shultz. Back Row: Head Coach Eric Swanbeck, Jeff Titus, Scott Harrison John Knittel, William Zung, Bill Pepmiller, Alex Gioia, Ethan Hayden, Phil Hahn, Jay Quint, Brian Marks, Josh Castor, Travis Richardson, Brett Gerhart, Asst. Coach Terri Schrishuhn.


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Th e men's soccer team ho pe d to crack the .50 0 ma rk thi s season aft er an 8-9 sea so n the previo year bu t ended up having a ver us y rough fall. Pa rt of UM R' s dif ficulty ma y have be en du e to the tea m only returned four sta the fac~ tha t rters from last year. Inc lud ed we re: the lea din g sco rer fro m the two seasons, Jim Ch ap ma n, Ph prevtous il Ha hn in the goalie position, Sc ott Ha rri so n in the mi dfi eld an d An dy Jenkins at defense. Ma ny of the seven remaining positions were fill ed by fre shm en . Th e season ended wi th the Mine rs accumulating a 4-1 3 record. M an y of the loses tha t we re de to the me n were lopsided in the alt scoring column. Th e four wi ns for UM R ca me ag ain st Mc Ke nd ree College, Lincoln University, So uthwest Baptist University an d W est mi ns ter (w ho the y sh uto Jun ior Jim Ch ap ma n continued ut) . . , for the thi rd year, as the hig h sco rer for the soccer tea m, an d wt undoubtedly ret urn next year to ll defend his scoring title. Fre shm an goalie Et ha n Ha yd en rec ord only sh uto ut for the Miners the ed the whole season against Westminst er. Ne xt year the me n's soccer team will have a lot more experience an d ho pe ful ly wi ll be able to show a little more strength in dis patching the ir op po ne nts . Steve Yo un g


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A full volley sends UMR onto the offensive.

Miners rally victoriously.

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Stephanie Ingalls fights for the open ball.


, Left to right: Front Row: Rena Walt, Brooke Beville, Carrie Eyerkuss, Stephanie Ingalls Frances Hildin g, Angela Passanise, Sarah Maxon. Back Row: Head Coack Eric Swanbeck, Lisa Molner, Zachlyn Thomp son, Cathlin Maloney, Rachel Lewis, Kristen Stroik, Katie Masterman, Asst. Coach Tricia Kuhne, Asst. Coach Terri Schrishuhn.


The oppo ing goalie watches helplessly as the ball hits the back of the net.

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Photo by:T. J. Houchin

Stephanie Ingalls volleys the ball upfield.


The UMR women's soccer team had one of it's toughest seasons yet. The girls came across some tough teams in the conference this year, and although they played some good soccer, the results in the end were not good enough to get them into the MIAA tournament . The girl's season ended on a high note as the team rallied to beat Washington University in a 2-0 shutout. The only two seniors on the team, Cathlin Maloney and Angela Passinise were good leaders on and off the field. Cathlin earned the Most Valuable Player award. Both girls will be missed next year. New additions to the team included Carrie Eyerkuss, Rachel Lewis, Sarah Maxon and Zachlyn Thompson. These four freshmen along with sophomore standouts Stephanie Ingalls and Katie Masterman will return next season ready to win. Serena Jagtiani

Lady Miners rise above the competition .


Jeff Kokal sinks a free throw.

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Photo by: James Anderson

Left to right: Front Row: Tim Holloway, Asst. Coach Don Morris, Head Coach Dale Martin, Asst. Coach Todd Franklin, Kevin Fort. Second Row: Jason Piepho, Todd Zollars, Rod Jackson, Ryan Wade, Mark Matthews, Chris Alverson. Back Row: Todd Weaver, Jeff Kokal, Jamie Brueggeman, James Sinner, Scott Rush.

The Miner basketball squad began the season with a hang as the men stacked up an 8-2 record before contests within the MIAA conference commenced. However the conference competition proved to he formidable as the Miners fmished the season with a 3-13 tally against MIAA opponents. The final overall record for the UMR basketball team, 11-15, was under the .500 mark that Coach Dale Martin was hoping to crack. Team scoring was lead by three Miners who each averaged double digit figures. Sophomore Jamie Brueggeman and senior James Sinner tied for the top scoring honors with 12.6 points per game and freshman Tim Holloway followed closely as the third highest Miner scorer. Defensively, the Miners were helped out by early in the season by senior guard Rod Jackson who broke the UMR school record for steals. Next year the Miners will return a young team in the hopes of making the MIAA conference tournament and climbing to the top of the league. Steve Young

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Todd Weaver fires one from just inside three point range.

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Chris Bohannon passes to an open Lady Miner.


Left to right: Front Row: Amy Geisler, Chris Bohannon, Christie Williams, Heather Wells, Ondrea Bermudez. Second Row: Erika Nelson, Julie Maurer, Lorie White, Katherine Kersten. Back Row: Asst. Coach Terri Schrishuhn, Asst. Coach Stacy Mathes, Maja Lundeen, Heather Hartman, Tobi Rees, Joee Kvetensky, Asst. Coach Korena Stevens, Head Coach Linda Roberts.

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Left to right: Front Row: Bill Elmore, Dave Cadoff, Rob Hagan, Pete Baumstark, Mark Munoz, Jay Meyers. Second Row: Bill Unzicker, Brad Cozad, Brian Ramsey, Randy Jones, Eric Midden, Kristen Ringkor. Back Row: Wade Haggstrom, Ed Midden, Dikan Rendic, JeffWinslow, John Mikrut. Head Coach: Mark Mullin. Assistant Coaches: Doug Grooms, Darke Milankovic.

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The UMR swimming and diving team finished yet anothe r successful season winni ng impor tant meets such as the Washington University Relays, Big Blue Invitational, Washington Unive rsity Invitational and the Midea st Regional Cham pionsh ip for the second consecutive year. The team included five freshmen standouts: Randy Jones, Eric Midde n, John Mikru t, Brand t Modli n and Bill Unzicker in additio n to divers Jason Peters and Kristen Rinkor. Unzick er, along with Dikan Rendi k met qualif ying marks to compete in the NCAA Division II National meet. Head coach Mark Mullin was "very pleased" with the team's perfor mance this year and comm ented that, "it was not just the efforts turned in by one or two of the swimmers this past year. The team worke d hard and well togeth er and it showed in the meets." The UMR swim team will not lose any of its members to graduation therefore return ing a very young and strong team next year. In addition to being one of the top teams in Division II swimming, the swim team has been named to the All-Academic team seven times in the past eight years. Serena Jagtia ni


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Members of the team: Andy Wegman, Todd Rastorfer, Jeff Wilson, Darin Nix, Jeremy Henry, Pete Mueller, Allen Jones, Chad Fuesting, Scott Nierman, Michael Williams, Nathan Wade, Matt Klaus, Tim Pruett, Chris Ryan, Geoff Seavey, Eric Kearbey, Gary Hubbard, Nick Winkelmann, Brody Bjornstad, Jeff Woytek, Anthony Philipsheck, Ben Likens, Jeff Ulrich, Jason Illum, Mike Wise, Joe Ketzner, Kevin Hill, Jason Wagoner. Head Coach: Travis Boulware. Assistants: Jason Hinson, Tom Hasenstab, Brett Felton.


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The UMR men's baseball team conclu ded a rather disapp ointin g season April 21, 1994 in the rain as their final game (a doubl ehead er against Linde nwood College) got called after 3 1/2 inning s of play. The Miners finished the year with a 8-26 record overall, 0-15 in league play. Chad Fuesti ng (Effingham, IL) led the Miner s with a .279 battin g average. Natha n Wade (Springfield, IL) is secon d on the team with a .270 battin g average. The top Miner pitche rs Pete Muell er, Mike Willia ms and Kevin Hill had earned run averages of 1.93, 2.91, and 3 respectively. The Miner team is still young and is lookin g towards next season after havin g spent this season rebuilding and worki ng with several new players. Altho ugh the Miner s lost 19 out of their last 21 games, the players kept a positive attitud e and did not give up. Serena Jagtian i


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Nathan Wade cracks a line drive into the outfield.

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Left to right: Front Row: Melissa Rohrer, Amy Buttimer, Teri Marvich, Nicki Wray, Trod Keen, Kristan King, April Buesch, Cathy Vornberg. Back Row: Asst. Coach Dyan Risher, Head Coach Lisa Burwell, Valerie Osborn, Mary Rohrbacker, Brandy Broeckling, Kathleen Ritchey, Stephanie Ingalls, Melanie Rohrer, Asst. Coach Dave Burwell.


Melanie Rohrer fields a routine fly.

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The UMR softball team proved itself this past season coming out of the MIAA tournament ranked as number five in Division II softball. With 5 of its members earning Honorable Mention AllConference honors and two breaking school and national records, it would be a surprise to say that they did not have a successful winning season. The Lady Miners were 26-21 overall and went into tournament play seeded fifth. At the end of the tournament, after losing to the last seed, beating the second and sixth seeds, and finally losing to the first seed, the girls came home - still number five. Sophomore Stephanie Ingalls earned Honorable Mention All-Conference and Scholar Athlete honors as well as breaking the school record of most walks in a season. The record was 19, Ingalls had 25. Teri Marvich earned Honorable Mention All-Conference honors as well as Scholar Athlete MIAA. Kristen King and Mary Roherbacher earned Honorable Mention All-Conference honors while Melanie Rohrer as well earned Honorable Mention All-Conference honors not to mention Rohrer broke the national record for most steals in a game setting the new record at 6. The team loses Troci Keene to graduation. This loss will affect the team as Keene was one of the top hitters. Overall, the girls felt that they played some great softball this past year, and being a young team that works so hard and well together, they hope to improve their place in the MIAA conference. Serena Jagtiani

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Left to right: Fron t Row: Haasan Mansoor, Jorge Valle, Mat t Ham lin, Steve Cezus. Back Row: John -Ma rk Gardener, Methi Bengisu, Ryan Saffels, Wil liam Zun g. Hea d Coa ch: Tod d Franklin.

The UMR men' s tenni s team had a rathe r diffic ult time durin g their 1994 season. The team , very youn g, faced some toug h teams in conference play and altho ugh they felt they played good tenni s, the playe rs were not pleas ed with the outco me of several matches. Seventeen year old fresh man sensation, Meth i Beng isu led the team hold ing the num ber one spot all year. Beng isu toyed with an ankle injur y for a large part of the season yet was deter mine d to stick the entir e seaso n out. Alth ough the indiv idual matches did not go too well, the Mine r doub les team s of Steve Cezu s and Jorge Valle, John Gard ner and Will iam Zung , and Bengisu and Matt Ham lin usua lly came throu gh for the Mine rs winn ing 5-4 decisions. Overall, the Mine rs playe d well and kept a posit ive attitu de and will be cond ition ed and ready to begi n play next sprin g. Sere na Jagti ani


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Members of the team: Troy Pinkerton, Shane Quimby, Eric Ziegele, Brian Panka, Ryan Morris, Jeff Neeman, Head Coach Bud Mercer.

The golf team struggled the whole year to get out of the cellar, but ended up taking last at the MIAA Championships held at Osage Beach, as they finished the 54-hole tournament with a score of 1043. The Miners were led much of the year by senior Ryan Morris, however Brian Panka turned in the lowest score for the Miners at the conference tournament. Panka was followed by Morris and Shane Quimby rounded out the top three for the UMR golf team in league tournament competition. Steve Young


Craig Sorensen shows what it takes to qualify for Nationals in the high jump.

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Left to right: Front Row: Kevin Schwalje, Anna Copelin, Brandon Graham, Dyan Rycher, Ryan Unterreiner, Tom O'Neill, Maja Lundeen. Second Row: Jennifer Frazer, Becky Wilson, Ben Fish, Amy Barnes, James Stanfield, Craig McCauley, Chris Wildschuetz, Steve Young, Kim Finke. Back Row: Craig Sorensen, Crazy Bob Etien, Jon Andrews, Brian Collingham, Dave Borrok. Women's Head Coach: Sarah Preston. Men's Head Coach: Les Boyum.


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Left to Right: First Row: David Barr, Jr, Kevin Buie, Malcom Townes, Mark Crawford, Second Row: Dominic Lenoir, Christopher Groves, Henry Woods, Jr., Lionel Cureau, Reginald Johnson, Tim Bell, Back Row: Jon King, Lamont Orange, Edward Butler, Lister Florence, Not Shown: Samuel Huston, Ill, Steven Howard, Christoper Alverson, Lawence George, Advisor.


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Left to Right: Mike Miller, Mike Podolak, Eric Bunnell, Patrick Smythe, Erich Elmer, Curt Chaffin,Avi Schmerer, Brian Klopp, Dom Dasta, Craig Brewer, Kevin Biggers, Matt Masterson, Jim Kamper, Steve Capelle, Warren Moody, Ron Bernett, Mike Drake路, Kent Melson, Jayme Schwartz, Not Pictured: Jason Boles, Josh Brown, Josh Buedel, Jon Lust, Marc Taillon, Clayton Hines, Brian Lightfoot, Mike Dove.



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Left to Right: First Row: Stephanie Kelemetc, Jen Keifer, Stacy McNeil, Rebecca Monaghan, Sherri O'Neal, Second Row: ~u~ie Sellmeyer, Kristen Stroik, Jessica Thomas, Becky Pohlmann, Amy Adams, Krista Bradley, Julie Maschler, Chrissy Stelzer, T~•r Row: Amy Rogers, Stacy Garfield, Laura Donley, Chris Kump, Sarah West, Aimee' Tilling, Back Row: Angie Gambill, Laur•ane Flynn, Karla Dill, Olivia Miller, Amanda McBane, Karen Klemme, Jennifer Harness, Jayne Leubbert, Kim Benson, Julie Schroer, Amy Strouse, Stacy Doing, Mindy Gardner, Susan Goodman.


Left to Right: First Row: Mikki Beck, Kristen Ringkor, Cheryl Lusby, Heather Thompson, Allison Cambell, Chrissy Kuenzel, Tracey Davis, Stacey Cranmer, Casey Gideon, Lisa Pfeiffer, Jessica Sanson, Cassie Alsop, Angie Day, Anica Winkle, Second Row: Christy Rives, Tara Cox, Lisa Stiles, Kelly Peck, Dawn McCoy, Rachel Daugherty, Kate Gertken, Heather Pohl, Susan Cho, Sarah Banks, Amy Yaiser, Tara Kruep, Amy Rein, Carolyn Minski, Nicole Winters, Lisa Madison, Third Row: Dawn Sharp, Deena Chapman, Chris Zimmer, Rayna Koopman, Emily Gordon, Janet Roper, Kimberly Hounker, Shawn Thomas, Doris Flock, Loretta Paulson, Fourth Row: Stacy Walker, Laura Riegal, Amber Ockree, Kristan King, Lisa Molner, Laura Visintine, Nancy Neill, Christy Land, Christy Everitt, Kim Christensen, Tara Jennings, Candy McNeil, Lisa Jones, Julie Anderson, Amy Gefferth, Back Row: Leslie Frost, Julie Montefusco, Dyan Pulsifar, Jill Sandifer, Karen Griese!, Lissy Kuenzel, Janice Struckhoff, Christine Peterson, Tricia Hudson, Julie Dickherber, Angie Brickner, Christina Sfreddo, Jennifer Downes, Shannon Knudson, Chrissy Kluz, Shanon Aymond, Dawn Gregory, Wendi Abbott.



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Mark Mesko, William Sexton, Brent Anderson, John White, Aaron Buerge, Chad Runzi, Ghiath Osman, Daniel Engle, Steven Weber, Gerald McGinness Jr, Brian Hostmann, Robert Brown, James Kendall, Mitchell Poindexter, Randy Sallwasser, Eric Black, Gene Shaw, Joseph Sueme Ill, Eric Johnson, Jeffrey Dingrando, Lucas White, Joshua Castor, John Galloway, Jeffrey Price, Michael Chau, Paul Bloomgren, Curtis Garner, Martin Gugel, Robe rt Rieffel, Collin Meuger, Arnett Thomas, Joseph Chambers, Michael Winkleman, Michael Bringer, David Delleart, Milan Shah, Travis Richardson.


Photo by: Tim Stansifer Left to Right: First Row: Jenna Deppe, Kelly Marshall, Second Row: Becky Chrisfield, Lorna Heavin, Kristin Novorich, Amy Barnes, Karen . Flowers, Julie Donnelly, Amy Kwiecinski , Diana A It, Katie Cooper, Th ird Row: Karen Henderson, Tanya Hillman, Tami Salisbury, Amy Hansen: Hilary Clark, Susan Rishell, Jennifer Little, Sen era Jagtiani, Amy Etzel, Ingrid Kaufman , Phuong Ngyen, Meredith Springs, Wendi Terbrak, Melinda ~nght, Donna Smith, Back Row: Angie Lueckenhoff, Christina Madrid, Becky Steinman, Amy lgarta, Rani Abston, Becky Dunkman, Kim Finke, Dmna Carter, Elizabeth Bock, Susan Hunn, Betsy Skiles.


Left to Right: First Row: Dave Mitchell, Darrell Upchurch, Second Row: Steve Venters, Dominic Lenoir, Brian Groff, Tim Mintner, Joe Dessau, Scott Gizzie, Phil Menkel, Thrid Row: Jeremy Niedens, Robin Findley, Barret Toombs, Chris Sherman, Matt Vandergriff, Mike Koch, Brain Rowden, jeff Burnett, Kris Hazen, David Bequette, Fourth Row: Derek Hillstrom, Mark Allen, Gerrit Leeftink, Bill Quashnock, Raja Chaudhuri, Barry Litchfield, Brain Mckee, Tim Bauer, Chirs Gettinger, Back Row: Jarrod Grant, Brandon Haroldso n, Aaron Toebben, Phil Steinmentz, Todd Hayward, ,Dryk Huffman, John Rieger, Kevin Sabacky, Tom Linhorst, Andy Holtzscher, Rich Powell, Jens Erp, Keith Williamson, Aaron Buie.



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A ngela Left to Right: First Row: Amy Rogers, Kelly Sink, Gina Hurst , Elaina Hurst, Second Row: N atalie Summers, Aimee Tilling, Julie Maschler, Shelly Percle, Aimee Kraemer, Vicki uensing, D Melissa Peifer, shley A Wilman, Laurie Coley, Becky Pohlman, Amy Adams, Shari Willadsen, Back Row: W alser, Mary Grimm.


Photo by: James Anderson Left to Right: First Row: Monica Roberts, Jennifer Hellmueller, Monica Green, Amy Jones, Michelle Tucker, Kristen Templet, Cathleen Smith, Back Row: Jenny Grossman , Kelly Schmid, Krista Bradley, Laurianne Flynn, Shelly Bauer, Tressa Dickerson, Cathy Edwards .


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Neil Bacoski, Kelly Left to Right: First Row: Shawn McGinness, Second Row: Jarod Grobelny, Simon Crafts, Dale Martinez, Chris Bertman, N ick Mandachit, Keith lson, e N Fleetwood, Alex Bowman, Third Row: Brain Winsche l, Joel W einhold, Stefan Hamelin, Joshua Gary, Andy Muller, Jason ll, Smu Brad Elder, Brakensiek, Aaron Cypret, Joe Cushman, Fourth Row: Jeff Potthast, Justin Sutherland, Jason W illiams, Jeremy Lohman. Tom Riggs, Aaron Barnhart, Preston Jackson, Darryl Hudson, Brad Terhune Back Row: Russ Hopkins, Matt Rottm und , Barry


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Left to Right: First Row: Dave Hart, Niran Fajemisin, Jay Poor, Jeff Schroeder, Eric Triplett, John Hillier, Jeremy Moore, Steve Schiebel, Second Row: Michael Chrissy, Matt Schoenberg, Steve Gorg, Back Row: Roger Petty Jr, Glen Miller, Rudy Vinkemillser, Mike Zlatic, Chad Shreve, Steve Winsett, Matt Zion, Jeff Wenzel, Karl Beal, Ted Standley.


Photo by: Tim Stansifer Left to Right: First Row: Todd Phillips, Bart Potts, Serdar Unal, Eric Schumate, james Hemrick, Tracy Camp, Fred Hopper, Bac ow. k R 路 Brian Willingham, Murat Turan, Craig Wieden, Mark Schmidt, jeff Hansen, Kevin Solofra.


Photo by: James Anderson Left to Right: First Row: Sarah Hummel, Christy Hargrove, Second Row: Natalie Dixon, Bridgette Ganley, Third Row: A.J. Johnston, Tammy Love, Becca Monaghan, Kara Waggoner, Jennifer Marshall, Deanne Haupti, Carrie Butler, Backrow: Jamie Meyers, Laura Faletto, Ann Grubb, Patti Wright, Mandi Cowell, Holly Hammontree, Suzanne Lynch, Sheri Obrhelman, Stacy Fesperman, Melissa Lane, Kristi Rhoads . Not Pictured: Christy Schafer, Stacy McNeil, Stacy Garfield, Kara Kruger, Gina Turner, Laura Clemenson, Chondell Boyd, Densie Belton, Connie Kelley, Sonya Hockaday, Kim Stewart, Kim McWard, Karen Flowers, Tonya Wiles .


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Matthew Gasswint, Ted Yehle, Zvonko Nikolic, Joe Miller, Jason Jones, Bill Bridegroom, Mark Rages, Ben Steger, Matt Ballard, Sam St. John, Sean Hoffman , Ben Eldred , Sean Fears, Bob Babcock, Robert Moore, Todd Hartman, Jason Cassibry, Randy Cartwright.


Photo by: Steve Chu

Left to Right: Sitting: Chris Shields, Tim Parker, Dempey Rollins, Kneeling: Ed Birdsell, Andy Spurgeon, Doug Wilson, Mark Burton, Ryan Williams, Brody Bjornstad, Alex Huber, Standing: Jon West, Dan Young, Matt Peters, Matt Selph, Sunil Kumar, Craig Switzer, Rick Huber, Steve Copeland, Monte Conner, Jeff Moore, Scott Kubly, Rob Hepler, Bob Moran, Geoff Mason, Mark Lansberry, Darren Ling, Jeff Cole, Chris Thorn.


Photo by: Steve Chu Members: John Holzman, Brian Schanne I, Scott Edwards, Mike Dinwiddie, Mike Casedy, Chuck Lipoma, Tom Murawski, Scott Miller, Mike Hal~, Matt Bohl, Martin Kayadarma, Jeff Reckenwald, Wade Haggstrom, Chris Huskamp, Seth Coggin, John Boeckman, Brad Cozad, Don Cook, J~s d路 Howard, Steve Squibb, Rob Hagen, Seth Burns, Chad Daniel, Patrick Lane, Bill Elmore, Pete Baumstark, Rusty Brooks, Matt Hartle. Not PI~~: 路 Tory Nelson, Doug Rada, Jason Schoeneberg, Carlos Fernandez, Edmund Gaffney, Teri Douglas, Brent Hedding, James Allen Ill, Randy Jones, Butryn .


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Left to Right: First Row: Katie Vollert, Jen Irons, Val Osborn, Leta Thomas, Chris Standridge, Kendra Bowen, Second Row: Sabrina Adams, Sandy Duddle, Kelly Rau, Dee Scheman, Third Row: Marion Belton, Carolyn Jones, Melissa Rehear, Kathleen Ritchey, Melanie Rohrer, Noreen Ruzchak, Tina Steck, Back Row: Rachel Evans, Teri Marvich, Nicki Wray, Julie Maurena, Maria Spechals, Emily Wehmeyer, Teri Douglas.


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Photo by: Tim Stansifer

Eugene Browder, Roy Garner, Shannon Dettmer, Steve Birkholtz, Kalen Stewart, Sang Ryu , Scott Saeger, Mark Lambros , My Phuong, Tom Kavinsky, Mark Newby, Jesse Harvey, Gilbert Hamling, Matt Nichols, Matt Lujan, Dave Perkins, Laz Espinosa, Mike Hopkins, Jerry Ruch, Lisa Spindel, Dan Johnson, Michael Zimmerman, Jorge Valle, Linda Gaddie, Grant Arnold, Jamie Daniels , Mark Sokol, Jay McMackin , Doug Staley, Tina Powell, Matt Ayers, Bill Fisher, Tai Chi, Michelle Gower, Andrew Hess, Tammy Marler, Rick Gilliand, Jason James, Bill Gray, Melinda Flemming, Mike O'Brien, Holly Hultz, James Arrowsmith , Jonathon Geels.


Photo by: James Anderson

Left to right: First Row: Sandy Eftink, Farida Mehta, Tina Robinson, Lori Fry, Chris Kulifay, Stephanie Ingalls, Julie Kolbe, Amy Carroll, Cindy Crites, Valerie Phillips, Back Row: Lyle Simonton, Kevin Johnson, Ed Midden, Dikan Rendic, Sthephen Chadwick, Mike Brackett, Harry Pierson, Paul W akeland, Jason Wagoner, D avid Drake, Chris Thebeau, Philip Littlefield, David Stroman, Lewis Hickman, Rande Hackman, Robert VanHoose, Sam Groves, Kerrick Lindsey, Josh Howard.


Photo by: James Anderson Left to Right: First Row: Hoa Tang, Bill Podrazik, Keith Pimmei,Aaro n Peterson, Ryan Benefield, Nate Kaiser, Sadie Burke, Chris Winkler, Second Row: Katie Masterman , Kristi Sharpes, Sarah Maxon, Joyce Smith, Sineepatch Leepatanapah, Nancy Johnson, Lydia Barncord, Back Row: Aaron Otton, Alan Ringhausen, Greg Suolopoulos, Lori Coates, Rob Ringer, Larry Parker, Josh Lamb, David Sipp, Stacey Waggoner, Ethan Hayden.


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Left to Right: First Row; Nicki Rogers, Joella Hubbard, Andre Taylor, Brenda Wieseler, Second Row: Raf Millangue, Steve Davis, Jullio Garcia, . Jessica Gorman, Lisa Cutler, Jennifer Marks, Theresa Hanks, Mia York, Sam Byrd, Third Row: Mike Marshall, Paul Baudendstel, Andy Bachle, E~m Wardojo, Wael Arabi-Katbi, Malcolm Hays, Chris Taylor, Omar Metwalli, Brain Edgar, Jay Jordan, Back Row: Jim Blase, David Jordan, Kevin Spmdler, Blu Englehom , Adam Webb, Jeremy White, Charles Myers.


Seville, Second Row: Charles Myers, Kendra Bowen, Back Left to Right: First Row: Katie Vollert, Scott Rakonic, Brian Himsted t, James . Row: Joe Simones , Jeff Schroed er, Vicki Wallis, Melissa Braud, Steve Johnson

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Eftink, Steve Lang, Second Row: Tina Steck, Katie Vollert, Left to Right: First Row: John Regan, Waylan Johnson , Tony Ingrassia, Sandy Dixon, Amy Jones, Third Row: Larry Parker, Dempse y Natalie Kendra Bowen, Jeff Schroed er, Barry Litchfield, Bridgett e Ganley, Eric Black, Zimmer man, Craig Wyzik, Jason Peters, Katie Michael rth, Rollins, Brenda Wiesele r, Chad Mathes, ian Keening, Back Row: John Whitwo Cooper, Charles Myers.


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J, ife in the ~esilleoee ~Alls What makes the UMR Residence Halls more than just dorms? Hall Government. The Thomas Jefferson and Quadrangle complexes are governed by the Thomas Jefferson Hall Association (TJHA) and the Quadrangle Hall Association (QHA), respectively. Each of these bodies consists of an executive board, elected the previous semester by all the residents of the respective hall, along with the board of governors. Each house/floor elects one voting governor and lieutenant governor to be their representatives at the meetings. TJHA and QHA are responsible for improving the standard of living within their complexes. Some of their important roles this year have included Fall Fest, upgrading equipment in each hall's computer labs, purchasing items available for use by all the residents such as new sports equipment, games, videos, and magazine subscriptions. The Residence Hall Association (RHA) links together THJA and QHA and allocates money to them. RHA is composed of an executive board elected the previous year by RHA, members-at-large from the Quad and TJ, executive boards of QHA and TJHA, and several committee chairs. The Home Improvement and Retention Committee works closely with the Department of Residential Life to improve the standard of living within the halls, while the Student Awareness Committee addresses particular concerns of students and publishes a monthly newsletter. National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) consists of the top one percent of students living in the residence halls. Their goal is to recognize and promote leadership within the halls. New members are elected by NRHH after nominations by hall government leaders at the end of each semester. Each month, NRHH elects OTM's, 'of-the-months'. These are awards to honor outstanding contributions to the halls within each month, for example, student of the month, R.A. of the month, and executive board member of the month. Hall government was resposible for the majority of the social and


informational events within the residence halls this year. The fun began at the start of the year with Fall Fest, a collection of social and informational programs to make residents feel more at home the first few weeks of school. RHA's annual boat cruise was held at Lake of the Ozarks; the residents experienced quite an eventful bus ride on the way there. NRHH sponsored a leadership forum to heighten leadership abilities and spirit among the new hall leaders for the upcoming year. For Homecoming, residents enjoyed the Jump in the Hay with RHA, a combination barn dance, bonfire, and hayride. The semester was brought to a close with RHA's annlt.l.l semi-formal dance, Snowball. Over St.Pat's, RHA held a dance, Shamrocker, and a mocktails bar was set up in the TJ North Lounge. In April , RHA repeated last year's successful charity fundraiser, a twenty-four hour volleyball marathon. All proceeds were donated to the American Red Cross. RHA also sponsored an indoor soccer tournament for the halls. To close the semester, the Department of Residential Life held a banquet for hall government leaders and resident assistants. Many awards were presented including 'of-the-years' elected by RHA from NRHH's 'ofthe-months' . They were : Social Program--Club Cafe, Educational Program--the Missouri Extravaganza Conference, R.A.--Brends Wieseler, Executive Board Member--Barry Litchfield, and Student--Charles Myers and Natalie Dixon. By Natalie Dixon




thletie ~ousio9 Although residential halls, fraternities, sororities, and apartments are fun to live at, athletic houses are far better. The qualifications are strict; however, for living in such fine residencies. They are as follows : I) Residents must be in a varsity athletic sport. 2) Residents must be cool. 3) Residents must like to have fun. The swimmers' house is one of several athletic houses at UMR which meet these qualifications. The Swimmers' House, perhaps the most popular house on campus, offers many dances, games, and other miscellaneous activities. Swimmers' House members and associates include the following: Keith "Herb" Thompson, Bill "Bounty" Elmore, Randy "Rudolph" Jones, Wade Haggstrome,Jay Meyers, Rob "Saquatch" Hagen, Brad Cozad, Bill "Jr." Unzicker, Brandt Modlin, John "Capone" Mikrut, Peter "Sunshine" Baumstark, Eric "Little Ed" Midden, Dikan Rendic,Jeff "Slow" Winslow, David "Homey" Cadoff, Michael "Holme" Holm, Derek "Fiabio" Olander, Travis "Crevous" McGee, Brain "Ramsey" Rim my, Mark "Moanzo" Munoz, Mike "Zoggaroni" Zogg, Chris "Freshman" Upp, and Ed "Hoimen" Midden.

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The Runners' House offers a more alternative approach to activities. Some of the annual events they participate in include: Runners vs . Swimmers softball game, spades tournament, St. Pats day slammers, and evictions. Although the Runners' House resided in three different locations in the last three semesters, the newest house (permanent) is located behind Pizza Inn byTJ. So if you want to go crazy with Bob, be a Runne rs' House groupie. Runner's House members and associates include: Jon "Man in the Box" Andrews, Crazy Bob Etein, Semi-Crazy Craig, Chris Wildschuetz, Steve "catfish" Young, The Hos "Steve Hostettter",James "Go to Bell" Stanfield, Ryan Unterreinner, Rob VanDerWall, Brain "Collegeham/Chop" Collingham,Justin "Chester" Teiken , and last but least Kevin "Ballcheese" Schwajie. Runners' House Groupies include Shane Quimby, Roxanne, Jennifer, Serena, Amy, Bart, Coach, Cheryl, "Home Boy Courtney Mapp-Yeah Boy", Dustin Gibbons, Lewis n Clark, Jessica, and Dave Borrok et.al.

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Back Row: Shawn Becquette (secretary), Mark Kelly, Brian Richardson, Keith Steinmetz (president), Phillip Menke!, Travis White, Rodney Pickard Front Row: Hatem Khouaja, Kirk Kriesel (treasurer) , Justin Hiller, Ashley Peifer, Emily Wicoff Not Pictured: Steve Altman, Tim Bauer, Mike Brackett, Joseph Caller,

Mather Cushman, Joe Dessan, Jason Dobson, Ken Erwin, Jeff Fugate, Mark Lansberry, Brandi Lear, Jaime McCoy, Jason McDaniel , Mace McLaughlin (vice-president), Sonya Oetting, Thomas Pazdera, Darren Ross, Bijaya Shrestha, Curtis Smith, Rebecca Steinman, Eric Stevenson, Lisa Stiles, JeffWinslow, Darryl Wrest

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K. Stevens, Dr. Dare, Dr. LaBoube T hird Row: S. Henry, J. Crowe, G. Hines, J . Palmer, M. Voss Second Row: D. Goldak, D. Edgar, D . Lilly, K. Scott, Mr. Wilson First Row: D. Sm ith, T. Leischeidt, J . Bohler, D. Ellermann, R. Besancon, K. Derner, Dr. Sanders, Dean Bayless

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Back Row: Jim Cain, Michael Scott, Scott Volner, Jason Srarbuch, Darin Sanders, Jay Winkler, Alan Meredith, Brad Smull, Tom Alleman, Brian Thompson, Jonathan Helm, Dennis Cox; Third Row: Mary Grace Cleaver, John Dillingham, Greg Bundy, Irwin Wardojo, Jim Parry, Curtis Miller, Kirk Meinershagen, Jeromy Elder; Second Row: Laurie Croslin, Joshua Gary, Kate Wilkerson, Robi n Litle,

Mark Junkins, Jennifer Frazer, Jennifer Bryan, Koby Smith, Brent Fullerton;

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Jamboretz, Mark Joersz, Donna Joaquin, E. Chris Kuntz, Larry Lacy, Chris Lambert, Eric Landwehr, James Langan, Martin Liles, David Lilly, Glenn Lloyd, David McEuen, Scott McKee, Farida Mehta (secretary), Krista Moulin, Jennifer Mueller, Jeff Neemann, Erika Nelson, Matr Nichols, Todd Oppeau, Charles Patterson, Samantha Patterson, Scott Rakonick, Jason Richards, Jerome Riemann (pledge marshall), Alan

Ringhausen, Gerhardt Rodenberger, Courtney Sandford (vice-president), John Schroeder, Steve Schultz, MingYang Shan, Jennifer Skelton, Sukit Suthiwong, Cheryl Thomas, Peter Tian, Rui Wan, John Whirworrh, Christy Worrell, Jing-Shyang Yang, Sarah Young, Karen Yoemans (editor), Jennifer Zung

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Back Row: Natalie Dixon, Ky m Gross, Tanya Schulz, Joanne Rieff, Tanya Karnowski, Casey Gideon Second Row: Lisa Curler, Christy Land, Amy Rogers, Jodi Courtin , Jesse Barnett Front Row: Marites De Los Santos, Jami Frenkel, Linda Starbuck, Kasey Keeling

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Kappa Kappa Psi is the National Honorary Band Service Fraternity. We serve the band and help Dr. Stoner with many jobs. As always, we provide sodas for band members at home football games, place yard lines on the practice field, and rake leaves for the community. Along with

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our sister organization, Tau Beta Sigma, we have organized the music library, published the band newsletter called the Horning In, and sponsored a band banquet at the end of each semester. This year was extra special for us, because we had the honor of hosting the Midwest District Convention.

Back Row: Mau Benz Sixth Row: Steven Abraham, Jake Brann, Tri Gaffney, Darrin Koepke Fifth Row: Thomas Rogge, Rob Schiffer, Thomas Alleman, Tory Nelson, Scott Miller Founh Row: Carl Herbold, Geoffrey Willmoth, Bryan Gregory, Jeff Foster, Theresa Pierce, Bryan Kirchoff, Suzanne Sherman, Ingrid Kaufman Third Row: Bryan Penning, Libby Perkins, Mark Eberle, Jeff

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Back Row: Kirk Palicki, William Greene (vice-president), Doug Sept (president), Chris Robinson, Andy Bachle (treasurer), Watson Fulks, Mark Allen, J.R. Grohs Front Row: Chris Lewis (social chairman) , Darrin Halter, Kate Gertken (secretary), Kyle Koederirz, Matt Henry, Scott Shepard

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Berryhill, Jennifer Zung, Greg Poettgen, Brian McCurren, Dave McCowen, Doug Sept, Alan Flagg, Sheela Yandav-Olney, Chris Morlier, Mike Pauli, Greg Olney, Mike Thompson, Matt Lee, Alletta Curtis, Tobin Roberts, Geoffry Willmoth, James Starkweather, Rory Harrington, Rhonda Delp, Bruce Heimlich, Jon King, JeffLeith, Cindy Webb

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Abr ams , Ang ie Bae r, Kim Chr isti ens en, Jod ie Cou rtin , TJ Davenport, Jennifer Dow ns, Les lie Frost, Tricia Hud son , Kristen Kin g, Royna Koo pma n, Mit zi Mc inty re, Missy McMurray, Tara Muehe, Nue lle Puckett, Christi Rives, Am y Ruhland , Tricia Rum a, Daw n Sha rp, Sha wn Thomas, Kim Tho ne, Dee Ven ker, Tar a Cox , Cas ey Gid eon , Tra cy Kop etzk i, Chr isty Lan d, Car oly n

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Mi ch ae l Hi gg in s Back Row: (opportunities chair), Dirk Frisbee, Li sa Graham, Lonny Boring (publicity chair), Andy LeCren (vicepresident), Terry Hall Front Row: Karlynn Herman (Stu Co representative), Sarah Ric h ard s (secretary/treas urer), Pam Quigley, Margie Maclin (president /program chair), Therese M aus Not Pictured: Sue G ivens, Ronda Gulley, C hris Johnston, Lisa Lucas, Sharo n Snodgrass

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Back Row: John Petrikovitsch, Steven Thiele, Man Berndt, Troy Hartwig, Ron Six, Brandon Tripp Second Row: Mark Mcintyre, Nicki Rogers, Sean Fears, Bob Baer Front Row: James Gusewelle, Kathy Grote, Gary H aase

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Back Row:Mark Wilpor, Ross Wilpor Fourth Row: Kim Petrie, Sean Fears, Ee SungKoo Third Row: Robert Moore, Jim Arrowsmith, Omar Metwalli, Cameron Schmitt, Jeff Burnett Second Row: Eric Johnson, Chris Fields, Erick Lindsey, Sam Groves, Peter Bockholdt Front Row: Mike Belrose, 'Wally' Scott, Victoria Cook, Tim Spellman, Martin Kayadarma, John Jones

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UMR runs to tackle a member of the opposite team. UMR scrummies listen to the play calls during a line-out.

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UM R runs in supporr of the ball after being kicked forward. UMR second-row, Pat Winkelman, jumps for the ball during a line-out against Ft. Leonard Wood RFC.

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Back Row: Michael Shoemaker Sixth Row: Brad Gard ner, Tom Bumgardner Fifth Row: Azmi Zainal Adnan Fourth Row: Lance Schuette, Redza Hanif, Muhamad Aidi, Gary Hazen Third Row: Roziman, Leigh Ann Snethen Second Row: Ray Bailey, Steve Jett, Kara Waggoner, Laura C lemenson , Nasse r Ismail, Mohamad Ib rahim Nasir, Elizabeth Front Row: Irene Sanchez, Ken Ewers, Angela Passa ni se, Mindy

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Gardner, Dr. Jeff Caw!field Not Pictured: Mike Stewart, David Nagel


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Back Row: Lisa Graham, Pat Davis, Kriste Crocker, Deanna Tolly, Sarah Richards Front Row: James Parson, Lisa Mucas, Therese Maus, Andy LeCren

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Back Row: Gerald 'Jamie' Haanrz, Chris 'Lizard' Huett, Doug Wright Second Row: Brandon Risner, Mike Larson, Russell Young, Zvonko Nikolic, Eric Achelpohl, Sterling Wain Scott, Terry Croxford, Tom Hasenstab, Chris Blair, Chris Upp, Ed Mitchell Front Row: Daphne Lien Place, Pam Walk

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lEngtlneeJm Back Row: Hamizan Maksari, Mohamad Fuad Ashar, Yehia AlAmrani, Khalid Khiran, Mark Layne, Rich Davis (president), Rob Tyre (treasurer), Steve Miller, Morris Davis, Rosalie Sidek, Tana Sripongtanakul, Izaini Bin Said Shoib, Mohd Zaidi Jafar Second Row: Azlan Rahaman Bin Yaakop, Hishamuddin Abu Bakar,

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Ismail Mohd Saaid, Shannon Knudson (secretary), Azzah Abdullah, Piper Koehler, Norelis Bustaman, Nasser Ismail, Roziman Abd Rahman, Dr. Shari Dunn-Norma n (advisor), Shah Reza Front Row: Mohamad Nasir Ibrahim, Saharun Nizam Saharan, Azmi Bin Zainaladnan , Kamarul Ariffin Buang, Jon Gibbs, Mohamed

Ali AI-Tholaya, Jeff Shackleford (vicepresident), Bob Long, Affendy Bin

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Back Row: Mary Grace Cleaver, Laura Faletto, Stacy McNeil, Stacy Garfield, Carrie Buder, Kim Finke, Holly Hammontree, Melissa Lane, Karen Klemme, Leah Hofmann Front Row: Bridgette Ganley, Nona Young, Laura Clemenson, Amy Sauer, Rebecca Dunkman, Sema Alptek.in, Lynn Morak

The Society of Women Engineers is a national organization open to all students in engineering or engineering related fields. Our goals as a student chapter of SWE are to inform, assist, support, and network with the

students on campus and with the community. Throughout the year, SWE is involved in various activities which includes Evening with Industry, Women's Issues Colloquium, Students Awards Banquet, a high school conference, a

Christmas party for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Girl Scoms "2+2", Science Fair Awards, and Engineering Day at the Forum.

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ยงpe1lunkeJLยง C1lub The Missouri School of Mines Spelunkers Club is the oldest organized cave exploring grotto in the state of Missouri. The MSM Spelunkers Club has been promoting caving since the mid-1930's, and continues to be devoted to locating, exploring, surveying/mapping, and preserving cave and karst

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systems. Any interest from just enjoying a cave for esthetics to cave rescue training are~ offered to Club members. ; The purposes of the Club i:s to (1) bring people together who have an interest in the exploration, geology, surveying, photography, and preservation of caves and cave life; (2)

promote and teach safe caving techniques; and (3) inform people, individuals and groups, of cave conservation and preservation. To show our commitment to the envuonment, the MSM Spelunkers Club removes trash from many local area caves and has also adopted a section of!-

44 for litter removal. The MSM Spelunker Club was one of the founding grottos of the Missouri Speleological Survey (MSS), and continues to support their work. Missouri has over 5200 recorded caves, many of which are noted for their historical importance, scenic attractions,


MSM Spelunkers getting ready ro go caving in Meramec Stare Park. From left ro right: Kimberly Stewart, Rob Tayloe, Mike Scammaca, Anthon y Hofeling, and Barr Porrs. MSM Spelunkers after crawling in a lirrle mud ar Meramec Stare Park. From left ro righ t: Mike Scammaca, Anthony H ofe lin g, Bill Lyn n , Kimberly Srewarr, and Barr Porrs.

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recreational and scientific values, and as critical habitat for a variety of threatened and endangered species. The MSM Spelunkers Club tries to locate and protect all of the caves in our region. Other member grottoes of the MSS across the state have the same ambition. In Addition to the MSS, there

are organized caver'', and multi-day Memberships caving national a is organization, the National currently eight dollars per year caving trips, many to out-ofSpeleological Society (NSS), or five dollars per semester. No state areas. Our meetings are is every Wednesday at six o'clock experience that serves cavers across the previous country, and even other necessary; just a desire to cave, pm in room 204 of McNutt nations. And lastly, there is and learn more about them. Hall. The club acan be reached caving-related Some of the benefits of being a through campus mail in care of much information that can be member are use of Club the Department of Geology/ accessed via computer mailing equipment, access to caves that Geophysics. are not open to the "nonlists and BBS's.

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Back Row: David Brown, Jesus Rodriguez Second Row: Nathan Decker, Eric Allison, C hristina Serban, Cathleen Smith, Tracy Downs, J.T. Cochran Front Row: Shannon Parker, Mandy Sutterfield, Terry Hobbs, Carrie May, Doug Kraus, Michael Bruce

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ยง ltlLJ[ <dl (e Jrlt t <C <0) lLJUrlt <C llll The Student Council voice on campus currently consists of approximately 115 representatives. StuCo Officers during the '93-'94 school year Steltenpohl, Ben were President; Andrew Sears, VP of External Affairs; Clay Cooper, VP of Internal Affairs; Eric Hirsch, Treasurer; and Stacy

Doing, Recorder. Student Committee, Shawn ErdmanCouncil has seven standing University Relations, Josh Services committees to achieve their Grove-Student goals and keep the student voice Committee, Brandi Lear-Public Chairs of those Relations Committee, And alive. committees are Neil Bacoski- Scott Rutenkroger-Campus Community Relations, Keith Organizations Committee. B 1a c k f o r d - C a m p u s Inprovements Committee, Matt Benz-External Funding

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Back Row: Jim Wagner, Tena Glover, Kim Borchacyre, Tricia Beard, Dr. Stephen Douglas Front Row: Dr. Evalee Lasater, Tracey Davis, Ke:ren Goetz, Kelly McGarit y

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In 1993-94 the Student Union Board brought a wide variety of activities and programs to UMR. National Shakespeare Touring Company, Second City, College Bowl, Gin Blossoms Concert, Tropical Paradise Homecoming, April Fools Comedy Series, Pumpkin Carving Contest, Virtual

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Reality, Fun Flicks, Indoor Soccer Tournament, Easter Egg Hunt, blockbuster movies like Malice and Sliver and more. Student Union Board consists of concerts, performing arts, leisure and recreation, films and video, technical services, variety entertainment and special events committees.

Back Row: Jennifer Zung, Jenny Keene, Jeni Skelton, Susan Goodman, Tina Faughn Second Row: Sara Tenney, Jim Munsey, JeffWright, Mike Matthews, Front Row: Anthony Antonacci, Steve Booten, Ron Rhoades


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Back Row: Sandra Nelson, Amy Keaton, LP Cook, Jason Kindle, Derick Skouby, Tiffany Christensen Front Row: Amy Katschman, Valerie Lindner, Amy Kwiecinski, Nancy Lambertson, Karen Schoor, Jessica Gorman, Beky Hoepker

Tau Beta Sigma is a water and cups for the band hope to continue it in the national band sorority. Our members. After all Jazz, future. Each year we also design purpose is to serve the various Symphonic , and Marching and sell Marching and Jazz bands here at UMR. band concerts we organize band T-shirts as one of our Throughou t the year we work receptions for the audience and many fundraisin g projects. directly with the band director musicians at Castleman Hall. Our biggest project by far this to keep things running In an effort to increase interest year was hosting the Tau Beta smoothly and we help him out in music, we have been sending Sigma-Ka ppa Kappa Psi whenever possible. During small ensembles to play at local Midwest District Convention . marching band camp and home schools. This is the first year Although it was a great deal of football games, we provide that we have done this, bur we work, it was a huge success.

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Back Row: Brian O'Neill, Jason Meyers, Christopher Goo, Pat Johnson, Tom Carpenter, Eric Husman, Jason Hudson, Scott Burkemper, Dave Bushy, Dan Blevins, Eli Price Second Row: Chris Scheiblhofer, Todd Oppeau, Shawn Craig, John Lehmbeck, John Stork, Darren Walters, Chris Reiter, Bryan Schreller, Ryan Barr, Joe Hornburg, Greg Morrow, Ben Jones, Tony Fussner,

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Clayton Hines , Matt Leap, Scott Stewart, JeffLacavich, Tim Faenger Front Row: Barclay, Nothaus, Brian Fortelka, Steve Renick, Bill Avis, Sean Peters, Scott Davidson, Pat Kuhne, Bill Wacker, Mark Murphy, Matt Foresman , Steve Skikas, Doug Davison


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Back Row: Lynn Neal, Fred Meyer,

James David, Ed Stephens Front Row: Chris Ottsen, Jack Glad bach, Jeff Quarles, Greg Bradley, Scott Saeger

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Left to Right: Nookaiah Kolluru, Dirk Heydtmann, Steve Denney, Reuben Wetzel, Julie Cook, Eric Heien, Katherine Kersten

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\\V<attt <e Jr JP> <o> ll <o> The UMR Miners staned off the fall season by hosting our old rivals Vanderbih and SIU-C. The resuh was yet another sweep of the competition as UMR took two games from Vanderbilt and another from SIU. UMR's Ed Midden and Paul Baudendi stel proved to be a formidable force for the visiting Salukis as UMR dealt them a 14-0 shut-out. UMR's first road trip was played at the Salukis den . SIU-C hadn't forgotten the shut-out and was

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looking for blood. UMR had an easy road to the championship as Miami of Ohio and Vanderbilt proved to be little challenge. UMR's success in these games was due to the stellar play of Michigan great Ryan 'The Ghost' Hahn and Doug 'The Fossil' Cordier. SIU was ready for the championship game and came out firing. However, UMR took over in the second half due to Brian 'Povarani' Schrameyer. Kurt Steinmann added a hat trick to seal the Salukis fate . UMR ended their season at

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the Jayhawk' spool. The competition proved to be easy as theMiners swept the tournament in three games. Keith 'The Bobber' Thompson came alive in the tournament adding his share of goals. The overall record was 100. The team would like to thank Paul for all his work in his four years with the team and we would also like to thank all the fans that supported us through another successful season.

Back Row: Mark Munoz, Keith Pimmel , Keith Thompson, Alex Kombokis, Ed Midden , and Travis McGee Front Row: Ryan Hahn, Kurt Steinmann, Paul Baudendistel, Doug Cordier Eric Midden, and Brian Schrameyer


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Rahayu E. Abdul Rahman Economics Zairal A. Abdul Rajak Petroleum Engineering Brian P. Alfredson Civil Engineering Elizabeth J. Allen English

James H. Allen III Civil Engineering Philip H. Allen Mechanical Engineering Catherine A. Alonso Psychology Ali D. Al Qahtani Geology/Geophysics

Nimesh A. Amin Electrical Engineering Danielle L. Anderson Mechanical Engineering James A. Anderson Physics Waell. Arabi-Katbi Mechanical Engineering

Gordon G. Arbesman Computer Science Richard C. Ashabranner Mechanical Engineering Mohd Fuad B. Ashat Penoleum Engineering Michael R. Atkinson Civil Engineering

Shelly A. Backues Civil Engineering Angela L. Baer Engineering Management Theodore R. Baer Computer Science Marcus J. Bahr Chemical Engineering


Steven B. Barnett Mechanical Engineering Faith D. Bass-Glenn Physchology/Hisrory Paul L. Baudendistel Electrical Engineering Kenneth A. Baxter Mechanical Engineering

Patricia I. Beaird Elementary Education Francine M. Belaska Mechanical Engineering Shawn E. Bequette Nuclear Engineering Kyle L. Bergman Computer Science

Randall A. Berry Electrical Engineering Eric P. Bertram Mechanical Engineering Laura A. Best English Robert R. Best, III Psychology

Kevin K. Beutelmann Mechanical Engineering Jennifer J. Bischel Computer Science Thomas J. Black IV Computer Science Daniel J. Blevins Civil Engineering

Brian D. Bode Management Systems Jeffrey A. Bohler Civil Engineering Tammy M. Bohnsack Civil Engineering John W Borgerding Mechanical Engineering


Aaron K. Boyll Metallurgical Engineering James R. Brauer Civil Engineering Roger L. Broman, Jr. Metallurgical Engineering Russell H. Brooks Geological Engineering

Lynette K. Brunner Engineering Management Steven L. Buchholz Mechanical Engineering Andrea J. Budnik Engineering Management Vej Bulsuk Engineering Management

Seth D. Burgett Mechanical Engineering Nanang Burhan Metallurgical Engineering JeffreyS. Burner Engineering Management Ryan L. Buschjost Chemical Engineering

Catherine Carlisle Metallurgical Engineering Amy E. Carroll Chemical Engineering John W Cash Geology Jack D. Catron Mechanical Engineering

Jeannette M. Chalfant Engineering Management Melissa A. Chittenden Mechanical Engineering Paras Chungwatana Engineering Management Kit L. Clark Civil Engineering


Michael D. Clonts Mechanical Engineering Larry E. Cook Mechanical Engineering Omekia E. Copeland Electrical Engineering Joyce A. Crawford Electrical Engineering

Jennifer L. Crede Metallurgical Engineering Terry E. Croxford Mining Engineering Patricia E. Cuartas-Villegas Civil Engineering Alfred J. Cureau, Jr. Mechanical Engineering

Thomas L. Dammerich Mechanical Engineering Michael T. Danz Electrical Engineering Kimberly A. Daschke Life Science Dominic G. Dasta Electrical Engineering

James R. David Geophysics Shanna L. Davis Life Science Michael J . de Stefano Electrical Engineering Thomas M. D egonia, Jr. History

Stephen K. D enney Computer Science John R. Dillingham Ceramic Engineering Jenny L. Dillon English Nicholas T. DiMercurio Electrical Engineering


Bruce G . Dionne Geological Engineering Stanley A. Doan Mechanical Engineering Paul J. Dobson Nuclear Engineering Laura L. Donley Chemical Engineering

John R. Dorn Mechanical Engineering Beth B. Dorrance Electrical Engineering Michael E. Drake Electrical Engineering Daron W. Dryer Mechanical Engineering

Angela K. Dufner Mechanical Engineering Willie DuMaine Computer Science Chad A. Dunnegan Chemical Engineering Erica D. Dunning Engineering Management

Chris D. Duong Electrical Engineering Khang V. Duong Biochemistry B. Scott Dye Metallurgical Engineering Mike A. Easley Chemical Engineering

David B. Edgar Electrical Engineering Gregory E. Effland Civil Engineering David A. Ellermann C ivil Engineering Michael R. Elliott Electrical Engineering


Lori S. Emmons Chemical Engineering Farrell D. Epperson Mechanical Engineering Thomas J. Erb Elecrrical Engineering Michelle D . Eslinger Philosophy

Timothy S. Evenson Chemisrry Elizabeth C. Everett Aerospace Engineering Christina E. Everritt Life Science David G. Everson Geological Engineering

Tina M. Faughn Life Science Brett J. Felton Engineering Management JoMarie M. Flahire Mechanical Engineering Bradley C. Flauaus Chemical Engineering

Melinda S. Flemming Computer Science Christopher D. Flint Chemical Engineering Chris E. Francis Geological Engineering Richard B. Frankenberge r Electrical Engineering

Daniel J. Friedman Mechanical Engineering Dirk J. Frisbee English Leslie N. Frost Chemical Engineering Robert L. Fugate Electrical Engineering


Robert C. Fugina Electrical Engineering Brent A. Fullerton Engineering Management/ Economics Archibald M. Gallup Civil Engineering Bradley S. Gardner Geological Engineering

Matthew C. Gasswint Mechanical Engineering Jon M. Gibbs Petroleum Engineering Denis P. Gladbach Mechanical Engineering Karen S. Goetz Applied Mathematics

MarkS. Goldsmith Biochemical Engineering Eric J. Gorman Geology Heather R. Governick Geological Engineering Michael D. Grabber Mechanical Engineering

Lisa D. Graham Psychology Kevin D. Grant Computer Science John D. Grater Electrical Engineering Kimberly E. Gross Engineering Management

Rebecca F. Grunbaum Civil Engineering Tania Guha Computer Science Michael M. Hall Civil Engineering Susan A. Halpin Metallurgical Engineering


David M. Hamilton Engineering Management David C. Hamlin Mining Engineering Pleamon F. Hamlin Civil Engineering Mohd Shah Redza Hanif Petroleum Engineering

Douglas S. Hanneken Mechanical Engineering Amy M. Hansen Metallurgical Engineering John C. Harderoad Mechanical Engineering Thomas J. Hasenstab Mining Engineering

Frederick A. Hausch Mechanical Engineering Douglas E. Heckel Geological Engineering Kristi A. Heinemann Metallurgical Engineering Sean C. Henry Civil Engineering

Robert L. Hepler Aerospace Engineering Brian M. Himstedt Mechanical Engineering Steve D. Hodges Mechanical Engineering Raita D . Hoech Chemical Engineering

Brian E. Holthaus Mechanical Engineering Douglas A. Hopper Mechanical Engineering James M. Horak Mechanical Engineering D arrin A. Hotop Mechanical Engineering


Steven B. Howard Mechanical Engineering David L. Howell Electrical Engineering Gary B. Hubbard Mining Engineering Particia L. Hudson Mechanical Engineering

Christopher S. Huett Mining Engineering Michael K. Humphrey Mechanical Engineering Stephen T. Hunnius Chemical Engineering Brian A. Hunt Mechanical Engineering

Sheri M. Huther Aerospace Engineering Gokhan Inane Engineering Management Gabrielle M. lnce Geological Engineering Manuel A. Irizarry-Robles Life Science

Anuar S. Ismail Mechanical Engineering Mohd N. Ismail Petroleum Engineering Robert G. lves Metallurgical Engineering Connie M. Jansen Engineering Management

Alex E. Jernigan Electrical Engineering David P. Johnson Civil Engineering Steven D. Johnson Electrical Engineering Kelly L. Jones Chemical Engineering


Sandra E. Junge Mechanical Engineering Kelly L. Kalmer Electrical Engineering Frank C. Karfs Chemical Engineering Troci M. Keen Ceramic Engineering

Stephanie L. Kelemetc Electrical Engineering Todd N. Kelsheimer Mechanical Engineering Fauzul K. Khan Electrical Engineering Keng H. Khong Mechanical Engineering

Mark Kilgore Civil Engineering William W Kipp Geological Engineering Brian P. Klein Mechanical Engineering Christopher A. Kloiber Civil Engineering

Rachquel C. Kluz Engineering Management Ronald G. Kochanowicz Electrical Engineering Lawton C. Komo Electrical Engineering Steven M. Kraemer Electrical Engineering

Kerri M. Kraft Mechanical Engineering Scott D . Kramer Mechanical Engineering DouglasS. Krause Metallurgical Engineering Melissa A. Kuenzel Chemical Engineering


Jeffrey D. Kullmann Engineering Management Christopher R. Kunz Electrical Engineering Larry A. Lacy Civil Engineering Stephen M. Lane Metallurgical Engineering

Sandra J. Langendoerfer Mining Engineering Gregory D. Langjahr Electrical Engineering Eric L. Lappe Metallurgical Engineering Ross A. Laurent Metallurgical Engineering

Aaron D. Laws Aerospace Engineering Anthony X. Le Electrical Engineering Laura E. Ledgerwood Mechanical Engineering Brian L. LeGrand Civil Engineering

Michael J. Lehmann Computer Science Lisa M. Lemongelli Ceramic Engineering Allison C. Leonard Psychology Kurt W. Leucht Electrical Engineering

Martin W. Liles C ivil Engineering D enise M. Ling Electrical Engineering Charles E. Lipoma Mechanical Engineering Mary A. Litherland C ivil Engineering


Robyn G. Litle Chemical Engineering Philip D. Littlefield Chemical Engineering Matthew S. Long Electrical Engineering Robert E. Lowe Mechanical Engineering

Lisa M. Lucas English Karenda D. Lutz Chemical Engineering William R. Lynn Mechanical Engineering Margorie J. Maclin English

Brian A. Maier Chemical Engineering Thaddeus M. Mandry, Jr. Mechanical Engineering Tammy F. Marler Applied Mathematics Rakiyah Y. Mason Mechaincal Engineering

Douglas W Mathes Mechanical Engineering Stacy L. Mathes Civil Engineering Christian A. Matt Electrical Engineering Shonie C. Maxwell Computer Science

Patrick B. Mayabb Engineering Management Paul A. McCormick Geological Engineering Kevin A. Mclwaine Geological Engineering Douglas M. McLaud Computer Science


Erin B. McLaud Ceramic Engineering Jay H. McMackin Mechanical Engineering Kirk D. McMenamin Ceramic Engineering Farida Mehta Civil Engineering

Tilmann V. Melick Mechanical Engineering Todd B. Messenger Civil Engineering Dennis M. Meyer Electrical Engineering Richard T. Meyer Mechanical Engineering

Rafael K. Millangue Chemical Engineering Darin B. Miller Chemical Engineering Patricia K. Miller Mechanical Engineering Mohamad-Nasir MohamadIbrahim Petroleum Engineering

Shahrul-Azmi Mohd-Yusof Electrical Engineering Lisa M. Molner Electrical Engineering Lisa M. Mooney Mechanical Engineering Maria T. Moore Mechanical Engineering

Kimberlee A. Morris Electrical Engineering Krista L. Moulin Civil Engineering Bradley J. Mouser Mechanical Engineering Chris A. Mueller Civil Engineering


Julaine M. Munro English James D. Murphy Electrical Engineering Jamie R. Myers Electrical Engineering Stephen D. Myers Chemical Engineering

Kyaw M. Naing Electrical Engineering EdW Needham Electrical Engineering Nancy J. Neill Civil Engineering Stephen R. Nicholso n Electrical Engineering

Thomas C. Nield History Shane M. Nieukirk Electrical Engineering Karla K. Noel Chemical Engineering Mark D . Norton Electrical Engineering

James E. Nunley, Jr. Electrical Engineering Michelle Occhipin ti Psychology Derek J. Olander Mechanical Engineering G. Suzanne Olson Psychology

Todd S. Oppeau Civil Engineering Lamont D. Orange Compute r Science Ghiath Osman Computer Science Aaron J. Otten Mechanical Engineering

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Kenneth R. Owens Electrical Engineering Shawa Padakannaya Chemistry Edward T. Palmer Electrical Engineering Carla C. Parodi Computer Science

Aaron E. Penn Chemical Engineering Christine M. Peterson Chemical Engineering Kirk A. Peterson Mechanical Engineering John F. Petrikovitsch Electrical Engineering

Marshall D. Philips Aerospace Engineering Thuan D. Pho Electrical Engineering Van Q. Phung Electrical Engineering Terry W: Pieper Electrical Engineering

Theresa M. Pierce Chemistry Gary A. Pinkley Mechanical Engineering AmyL. Pohl Mechanical Engineering Lawrence C. Pollard Electrical Engineering

James A. Pope Electrical Engineering Cedric A. Portis Mechanical Engineering William Prada Mechaincal Engineering Lisa M. Prichett Engineering Management


Noelle R. Puckett Mechanical Engineering Craig ] . Rackers Mechanical Engineering Matthew N. Radman Chemical Engineering Michael Scott Rakonick Civil Engineering

Denise C. Ratcliff Chemical Engineering Dale L. Redhage Mechanical Engineering Lisa M. Reeves Geology Scott D. Repke Aerospace Engineering

Elisabeth A. Rikand Mechanical Engineering Alan C. Ringhausen Civil Engineering Robin C. Rinker Chemistry Dyan R. Risher Engineering Manageme nt

Anne T. Roberson Life Science Freeman E. Robinson Electrical Engineering Gerhardt ] . Rodenberg er Civil Engineering Spring A. Romer Geophysics

James D. Ross Nuclear En~ineering Ian Rozdilsky Metallurgical Engineering AnneW Rugur Hisrory Larry F. Rupp Aerospace Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering


Chris B. Rutledge Civil Engineering Dion M. Sagez Computer Science Shaharudin Saleh Petroleum Engineering Cara Saling Psychology

Alan D. Sanning Psychology Lisa L. Schieferle Mechanical Engineering Douglas F. Schieszer Chemical Engineering Patrick B. Schneier Chemical Engineering

Karen E. Schoor History Wade H. Schott Metallurgical Engineering Cynthia M. Schreckenberg Mechanical Engineering John L. Schroeder Civil Engineering

Julie M. Schroer Mechanical Engineering Steven R. Schultz Civil Engineering Tonya L. Schulz Mechanical Engineering Kimberly C. Schumer Civil Engineering

Brian A. Scott Mechanical Engineering Matthew M. Seabaugh Ceramic Engineering Eric V. Seidler Electrical Engineering Douglas M. Sept Applied Mathematics


Christina L. Sfreddo Civil Engineering Brian S. Shanor Electrical Engineering Bethanie S. Shaw Chemical Engineering Jeffrey A. Shaw Electrical Engineering

Scott Shockley Mechanical Engineering Jeffrey J. Shook Civil Engineering Karen L. Shook Mechanical Engineering Brad T. Shortt Mechanical Engineering

Allen D . Shulfer Electrical Engineering Robert D. Simrell Electrical Engineering Viroj Sithivaraporn Engineering Management Christopher P. Smith Physics

David M. Smith Civil Engineering Lynette A. Smith Mechanical Engineering Christopher P. Smyser Mechanical Engineering Shawn C. Steen Psychology

Scott J. Steiger Electrical Engineering Jonathan M. Steltenpohl Ceramic Engineering Korena B. Stevens Civil Engineering Peter Scott Stewart Metallurgical Engineering


Tom H. Stiegemeier Geological Engineering Jason A. Stratman Mechanical Engineering Janice A. Struckhoff Mechanical Engineering Donald I. Stukey Life Science

Thomas H. Sullivan Electrical Engineering Gregory A. Svolopoulos, Jr. Engineering Management James A. Swinford Mechanical Engineering Scott A. Swoboda Computer Science

John C. Tarpley Mechanical Engineering Daniel D. Taylor Mechanical Engineering Cheryl L. Thomas Civil Engineering Cynthia M. Totton Engineering Management/ Economics

Quynh D. Tran Electrical Engineering Hsiem C. Tseng Electrical Engineering Lena V. Tsoulfanidis Chemical Engineering Emre M. Tuksal Mechanical Engineering

Teresa M. Turner Civil Engineering James R. Uehling Mechanical Engineering Kelly S. VanBuren Civil Engineering Robert T. VanDerWall Mining Engineering


Sheena Varughese Computer Science Steven L. Vehige Mechanical Engineering Prashant Vemireddy Mechanical Engineering Nicholas J. Venezia Computer Science

Joe D . Villines, III Management Systems Katherine M. Vollert Chemical Engineering Murdani Mohamad Wan Electrical Engineering Yiwan Wang Computer Science

Brent A. Ward Mining Engineering Phillip J. Weber Mechanical Engineering Reuben W Wetzel Computer Science John I. Whitworth Civil Engineering

Amy M. Williams Aerospace Engineering RobertS. Williams Geophysics Kendall 0. Willis Electrical Engineering Patrick J. Winkelman Mechanical Engineering

Joseph L. Witt Physics John R. Wittkop Mechanical Engineering James I. Wonders Mechanical Engineering Lori D. Wood Life Science


Nancy J. Wood Psychology Darryl J. Wrest N udear Engineering John E. Wulf Civil Engineering Karen D. Yeomans Civil Engineering

Robert F. Young Electrical Engineering Winson N. Yu Electrical Engineering John F. Yukich Engineering Manageme nt Stacey L. Zbinden Chemical Engineering

Michael J. Zimmerma n Geological Engineering Matthew D. Zion Computer Science Amir R. Zoroufchy Electrical Engineering Jennifer P. Zung Civil Engineering


Angela R. Brickner Mechanical Engineerin g Byron J. Delaware M echanical Engineerin g Gary L. Hazen Geological Engineerin g Bradley C. Kloeppel Civil Engineerin g


Please, let them pronounce my name right.

Pop Quiz: What was the graduation speech about?


Decem ber gradua tes get creative with their mortar boards.


A good time was had by all, even the choir and orchestra.


The post-graduation search for one's friends and family can almost be as difficult as graduation itself.


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ince 1928, Sverdrup Corporation has been recognized as one of the nation's l~g ll;;;;;;;;;;=o;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;l Engineering, Architectural and Construction finns. Sverdrup would like to thank the University of _ ..f t . .t; ~ Mt:.:路 Missouri-Rolla for contributing~ our -=-:'"--路路:.;; . . ~- ..,.., .,. ,.~ . _success with the many outstanding graduates we've employed .,,.,:.. over the years. c

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Congratulations! Class of 1994

Monsanto's does. Our Saflex' brand interlayer- commonly used in car windshields to prevent shattering - protects the enig matic portrait of the Mona Lisa. That same material was also used in an intricate architectural addition to the Louvre museum itself. And those are just a few examples of how we've elevated our science to an art form. Our researchers have also created one of the best drugs available for treating high blood pressure. Some are developing gene tically improved crops - such as insect-resistant cotton. Others at The NutraSweet Company, a Monsanto subsidiary, recently perfected the first all-natural fat substitute . At Monsanto, there's a world of opportunity we're passing on to th e best and brig htest college gradu ates- from biology and c h e mi stry to a multitude of e ngineering and compute r scie nce disciplines. Opportunities to advance or support our work in highpe rformance c he micals, plastics, coatings and fibers . Life-giving pha rmace uticals. Ag ric ultural che micals and the biotech-based s upe rtechn ologies o f agrige ne tic s . You provid e the tale nt and motivation, we'll provide the tools. From our $150 million Life Sciences Research Center to a multimillion dollar annual investment in ongoing research, Monsanto is making an enormous commitment to the fu ture. Millions of users and c on s umers a re g rateful for our leade r ship role in hundre ds of products and technologies. What will your contribution be? Please send your resume to The Agricultural Group, a unit of _Monsanto Company, 800 North Lindbergh Blvd., Bldg. C2NB, St. Louis, MO 63 167, Attn: V.B. Martinez. We're an equal opportunity employer, m/f/d/ v.

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Black & Veatch

We challenge you to investigate the world of possibilities at Black & Veatch. Career opportunities are available in Computer Science as well as the following engineering disciplines: Civil, Electrical,

has been a leader in solving some of the world's most challenging issues facing the environmental, governmental, industrial and energy fields. Our growth provides graduating engi-

Mechanical, Chemical, Environmental, and Structural.

neers the opportunity for on-the-job experience, career advancement, and professional development.

For confidential consideration send resume to College Recru iting Coordinator, Dept. UMR 04/94 Black & Veatch, P.O . Box 8405, Kansas City, MO 64114.

~ BLACK &VEATCH An equal opportunity employer MJF/DN

Chicago Bridge and Iron designs and bui lds some of

Congratulations to all 1994 Graduates

HONEYWELL, INC. FIRST IN CONTROLS, FIRE & SECURITY

8 Missouri Cellular

the largest structures and process systems in the world, including water and oil storage structures, nuclear power, cryogenic storage facilities, wind tunnels, complex structures for fusion research, and large vacuum systems for space simulation and testing. CBI provides these services throughout the world. Contact: Phyllis A. Weaver, Personnel Manager for Chicago Bridge & Iron Technical Services Co. 150 I North Division Street Plainfield, Illinois 60544-8929 81 5-439-6000

EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY

"Making CeUular Sensible For Everyone"

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364-9360

2220-B N. BISHOP

ROLLA, MO

Congratulates the Class of '94 EASTMAN

The Chemistry ot New Ideas


Positioning for the 21st Century A Leader in Transportation Engineering Since 1914 Bridges · Highways ·Airports · Railroads

NORTH STAR STEEL From Scrap to Skyscrapers ••• We get stronger with every ton." 11

HNTB Corporation 1201 Walnut, Suite 700 Kansas City, Missouri 64106 (816) 472-1201

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Congratulations, Graduates

8000 Maryland Avenue Su it e 1560 St. Lou is. MO 63 I OS (3 14 ) 726·6463 FAX (3 14 1 726·9599

CICZCI

MURRAY BUILDERS, INC.

Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Genera/

2814 S. Golden, P.O. Box 754 Springfield, MO 65801 417-881-1204

Contractors • Design Builders • Cons truc tion Manag ers

Wholesale Power Supplier to Rural Missouri An Equal Opportunity Employer

Congratulations Class of 1994

cisco Systems 2043 WoodlandsParkway Suite 112 St. Louis, MO 63146 (314) 991·7916 (314) 991-6710 (fax)

(314) 968-3300 (314) 968-4502 FAX

neon.\ SPECIAL STUDENT RATES AND FINANCING! ! !

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WEST MOTORS, INC. 705 Highway 63 South Rolla, Missouri 65401

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1341 NORTH ROCK HILL ROAD ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 63124

RICHARD A. VANDEGRIFT EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

All Kinds of Good Stuff"


BRUCKER EARTH ENGINEERING and TESTING, INC.

?ltedt-'Vat«e p~ Compounding Phannacist

• Foundation Engineering • Soil Testing • Environmental • Construction Testing 8706 Manchester Road • Brentwood, Missouri 63144-2724 (Brentwood) 314-968-1642 (St. Charles) 314) 447-1642 (FA)Q(314)~3557

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(314) 364-5858 BUSINESS (314)341-5961 FAX

"Builders of Butler Buildings" Office (314) 364-4200 5273 Home

707 South Bishop Rolla, MO 65401

COLDWELL BANKER WATSKEY AND BAKER REAL ESTATE 1007 HAUCK DRIVE ROLLA. MO 65401 An Independently Owned and Operated Member of Coldv.e Banker ResJdent1a Atl1ha1es Inc

COALSALES CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '94 Pe.body COALSALES eomp.ny 701 Ma!i(et Street, Su~e 830 St. Louis, Missouri 63101-1826

MERAMEC OIL COMPANY, INC. 301 W. WASH INGTON ST. JAMES, MO 65559 ( 314) 265-3266 OR 364-7377

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Howard Johnson Lodge 127 HJ Drive Rolla, MO 65401 314-364-7111

HOWARD JOHNSONr,

Southside Shoppers World Hwy 63 South Rolla, MO

Lodge & Restaurant

WAL*MART

SUPERCENTER Central Missouri's Regional One-Stop Shopping Center

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OPEN 24 -HOURS 7 DAY A WEEK Rolla, MO • 500 S. Bishop • 3-41-9145

100 SOUTH MINNESOTA- P.O . Box654 CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO 63701

America's Low Pl1ce L.Nder

;\1\a~JOtt_ _ __ Donald F. Green Director

WE WISH OUR SENIORS THE BEST OF LUCK! Marriott Management Services_ Educa tional Food Serv1ce D1v1s1on University of Missouri · Rolla 1046 Norwood Hall Ro lla. MO 65401

314/364-5436

1049 Kingshighway Rolla, Missouri 341-3909


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314-~34-2?01

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THE PRINTING COMPANY A Professional Printing Company Scolls customers are 11

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To become another satisfied cuslomer call Scolls.

COMMERCIAL PHOTO LAB

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS

GEORGE MARAVICH

Frank Howey

PRESIDENT

President

1447-G South Enterprise Sprin~field, MO 65804 417-886-5748 • 800-397-9056 • (Fax) 417-886-5742

10 SOUTH BROADWAY ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 63102

314 231·5068

MANUFACTURING INSTITUTIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS SINCE 1907

'The Safe Choice for Copiers and Fax 2810 Missouri Boulevard • Jefferson City • 314-893-6670

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FLOOR CARE PRODUCTS DEGREASERS SOAPS & DETERGENTS BROOMS & MOPS BOWL CLEANERS DRAIN WJNTAINERS CARPET PRODUCTS

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AEROSOLS DEODORANTS DISINFECTANTS OVEN CLEANERS HAND SOAPS HERBICIDES INSECTICIDES

STEVE MORENO - 1- BD0-325- 3312 EXT. 414

A-1 Moving & Storage, Inc. "Family Owned and Operated Since 1959"

Michael L. Duncan Sales/Dispatch Coordinator

615 S. Highway 63 Rolla, Missouri 65401

Tel. (314) 364-21 00 (800) 467-2100 Fax : (314) 364-8359

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Tom Everley Wade Swartz Ken Koepke Sr. Sales Engineer

Agent for Allied Van Lines

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?EiiKIN ELMEil The Perkin-Elmer Corporation 12855 Flushing Meadow Drive St. louis, MO 63 I 3 I- I 824 Phone (314) 821 -5 921 Fax (314) 821-6415

2206 Welsch Industrial Court St. Louis, MO, USA 63148-4222 (314) 432-2845 FAX

(314) 569-0991 (800) 325-1398

Melvin W. Lelbacb Director Marketing/Business Development


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PHILLIPS BROTHERS PRINTERS 1555 West .Jefferson Springfield, Illinois 62 705 217 /787·3014

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Lumber & Home Center

6th & Rolla Street Downtown Rolla Call 364-1212

Your complete lumber, hardware and home decorating center.

IIAl VviP/AUVA Sofuwl S!JiWni [Jnc.

Robert L. Delp Jr. (314) 364-4370

Robert L. Delp P.E. (314) 765-4465

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a fully authorized Value Added Reaeller

Sales (314) 822·9958 Service(314) 965·3290 Fax (314) 965-2260

13118 Maple Drive St. Louis. Missouri 63l27 A FULL LINE OF COMPUTER HARDWARE, SOFTWARE AND SUPPLIES

BLAISE COOPER S.lea • S.rvloe Conaultant

ST. LOUIS VALVE & FITTING CO. 1 0844 Qravole lnduatrlal Ct. St. Loula, Mlaaourl &3128 BualrM. . (314) 842,.5050 (314) 842-a204 FAX (314) 434-&321 Home

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DELICIOUS

900 PINE STREET ROllA, MISSOURI 65401

MEXICAN FOOD MEXICO CITY STYLE

DR. RICHARD L ELGIN ~eisu:n:d ~eist<:n:d

Professional Eneinec:r Land Surveyor

DINING ROOM (ORDERS TO GO)

314-364-6362

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1024 TYPES OF NACHOS All YOU CAN EAT SUNDAY

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JANET WRIGHT General Manager I Sales Manager

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ARCHWAY LIGHTING SUPPLY, INC.

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PIZZA PALACE 121 W. 8tb St. Rolla SUN - TliUR IIRM-MIDNIIiHT FRI - SRT II RM- 2RM 5 % BEER ON SUNDAY

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HUNTER

Engineering Company

11250 Hunter Drive • Bridgeton, MO 63044 • 314-731-3020

Manufacturer of automotive service equipment ... distributed world-wide.

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Box 575 ROLLA , MISSOURI 65401 314-364-6783

Arch of Illinois A Division of Apogee coal company

"EVERYTHING FOR WELDING'

Congratulations Class of 1994

EAGLE ELECTRONICS DISTRIBUTING, INC.

P.O. Box 308 Percy, IL 62272

208 SOUTH HWY. 63 ROLLA, MISSOURI

65401 314-364-5586


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Anheuser-Bu The Grad uate s of University of Mis~~._..~_i:aa;nc.-<:::10~ The Anheuser-Busch family of companies congratulate s the C u~.:>,.\,)7...part of the proud and distinguished group of men and women graduates of the University of Missouri-Rolla. The very best to all of

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Abanmay, Zeyad 202 Abbott, Wendi 135 Abdul, Rahayu E. Rahman 232 Abdul, Zairal A. Rajak 232 Abdullah, Azzah 2 12 Abraham, Steven 194 Abrams, C hera 39, 198 Abston, Rani 138 Achelpohl, Eric 45, 123, 2 11 Adams, Amy 134,141,1 78 Adams, Eric 124 Adams, G len 173 Adams, Sabrina !51 Adnan, Azmi Zainal 202, 208 Afridi, Abdul Jaleel 202 Ahillen, Betsy 183 Ahmad, Roslan 202 Aidi, Muham ad 208 Ainslie, Jason 26 Airkens, Doug 122 AI, Ali D. Qahrani 232 Al-Amrani, Yehia 202, 2 12 Al-Qahrani, Ali 202 Al-Tholaya, Mohamed Ali 202,

2 12 Albrecht, Brain 116 Alexander, Kevin 183 Alexander, Michael 126 Alfredson , B. 178 Alfredson, Brain 11 7 Alfredson , Brian 53 Alfredson , Brian P. 232 Alhalabi, Maamoun 202 Ali, Abdul 59 Ali, Rajiv 183 Alleman, Thomas 194 Alleman, Tom 18 1 Allen, Chad 11 8 Allen, Elizabeth J. 232 Allen, James H . III 232 Allen, Mark 139, 195 Allen, Phil 193 Allen, Philip H . 232 Alley, Michael 26 Allison, Eric 2 17 Alonso, Catherine A. 232 Alprekin, Serna 213 Alsop, Cassie 135 Air, Diana 138 Alrenbernd, C hris 128 Althoff, Todd 126 Alverson, C hris 53, 67 Amad, Fred 59 Am in, Nimesh A. 232 Andershock, Darryl 120 Anderson, Anita 173 Anderson, Brent 137 Anderson, Danielle L. 232 Anderson, James A. 53, 232 Anderson, Julie 135 Anderson, Sandy 2 10 Andrews, Jo n 45, 89 Antle, Sean 178, 183 Antonacci, Anthony 220 Apperson , Allan 128 Arabi-Karbi, Sam 155 Arabi-Karbi, Wael 156, 232 Arbesman, Gordon 12 1, 232 Ariff, Abdul Halim 202 Armstrong, Scott 125 Arndt, Jeff 15 5 Arnold, G rant 152 Arrowsmith, James 152, 205 Ashabranner, Richard C. 232 Ashar, Mohamad Fuad 212 Atkinson , M ichael 178, 232 Aubucho n, C hris 122 Aufdembrink, C hris 125 Aulia, Muhamad 202 Avise, Bill 39, 11 9, 224

Ayers, Matt 152 Ayers, Richard 120 Aymond, Shanon 135

Babcock, Bob 148, 194 Bachle, Andy 155, !56, 195 Bachle, Peter 173 Backues, Shelly 178, 232 Bacoski, Neil 143, 2 18 Baer, Angela 198, 232 Baer, Bob 200 Baer, Theodore R. 232 Bahr, Marcus 121, 232 Bailey, Ray 208 Bailey, Shawn 114 Baird, Sean 125 Bakar, Hishamuddin Abu 2 12 Baker, Jason 121 Baldetti, Dave 122 Baldwin, Micah 129 Ballard, Mart 148 Balmer, Jeff 4 5 Banks, Sarah 13 5 Barmeier, Marc 39 Barnard, Travis 191 Barncord, Lydia !54 Barnes, Amy 89, 138 Barnett, Steven 11 8, 233 Barnhart, Aaron 143 Barr, David Jr. 53, 115 Barr, Ryan 224 Bass-G lenn, Faith D. 233 Baudendistel, Paul L. 156, 228,

233 Bauer, Andrew 116 Bauer, Shelly 142 Bauer, Tim 139 Baumstark, Pete 75, !50 Baumstark, Tom 125 Baxter, Kenneth A. 233 Beaird, Patricia I. 2 19, 233 Beal, Karl 145 Beattie, Steve 126 Beck, Mikki 135 Becquerre, Shawn 177 Bee, Jeff 197 Belaska, Francine M . 20 l , 233 Bell, T im 11 5 Belrose, Mike 205 Belton, Marion 151 Benedicto, Juanita 5 1 Benefield, Ryan 154 Bengisu, Merhi 86 Bennett, Steve 125 Benson , Kim 134 Bent, Terry 127 Benz, Mart 194,2 18 Bequette, David 139 Bequette, Shawn E. 128, 233 Bergm an, Kyle L. 233 Bermudez, O ndrea 7 1 Berndt, Matt 200 Bernett, Ron 131, 183 Berry, Ken 183 Berry, Randall A. 233 Berryhill, Par 197 Beerman , C hris 143 Bertram, Eric P. 233 Besancon, R. 178 Best, Laura A. 233 Best, Robert 233 Berlach, Donald 127 Beurelmann, Kevin K. 233 Beville, Brooke 63 Biggers, Kevin 13 1 Bin, Azlan Rahaman Yaakop 212 Binder, J . 178 Biondo, Carl 129 Birdsell, Ed 149, 174, 196 Birk, Adam 122 Birkholrz, Steve 152

Birky, Brad 12 1 Bischel, Jennifer J. 233 Bisset, Chris 197 Bjornstad, Brody 79, 149 Black, Debbie 189 Black, Eric 137, 157 Black, Thomas J. IV 233 Blackford, Keith 2 18 Blair, Chris 2 11 Blair, Craig 194 Blase, Jim ! 56 Blevins, Daniel J . 122, 224, 233 Bloomgren, Paul 137 Bock, Elizabeth 138 Bockholdr, Peter 205 Bode, Brian D . 233 Bodeen, Dave 189 Boeckman, John ! 50 Bohannon, C hris 70, 71 Bohannon, Justin 124 Bohl, Mart !50 Bohler, Jeffrey A. 178, 183, 233 Bohnak, Bob 124, 189 Bohnsack, Tammy M . 183, 233 Bolch, Aaron 123 Boles, David 12 1 Boles, Jason 39 Booten, Steve 220 Booth, Mike 122 Borgerding, John W. 120, 233 Borgmeyer, Tim 125 Boring, Lonny 173, 199 Borman , Scott 122 Borrok, Dave 89, 173 Borthacyre, Kim 219 Boschert, Jeff 125 Borrs, James 26, 120 Bo ulware, Travis 53, 79 Bowen, Kendra 15 1, 157 Bowman, Alex 143 Boyanchek, Jim 116 Boyll , Aaron 2 10, 234 Boyum, Les 53, 89 Brackett, Mike ! 53 Bradley, Greg 226 Bradley, Krista 134, 142 Bradshaw, G lenn 129 Brady, Meg 198 Brakensiek, Nick 143 Branham, Justin 120 Brann, Jake 194 Braud, Melissa ! 57 Brauer, Jam es 178, 234 Breck, Patrick 26, 121 Breitenbach, M atthew 39, 116 Brewer, C raig 131 Brickner, Angela 20, 135 Bridegroom, Bill 148 Bringer, Michael 137 Britt, Scott 130 Brockman , Ken 193 Broeckling, Brandy 83 Broman, Roger 127, 234 Brooks, Russell ! 50, 234 Browder, Eugene !52 Brown, Adam 183 Brown, Bill 53 Brown, David 2 17 Brown, Ernest 52, 53, 54, 55 Brown, Robert 137 Brown, Ryan 129 Brownell, C hris 53 Bruce, Michael 2 17 Brueggeman, Jamie 67 Brunner, Lynette K. 234 Bruns, Jeff 125 Bryan, Jennifer 18 1 Buang, Kamarul Ariffin 2 12 Bucheck, Jason 197 Buchholz, Steven 234 Bucholtz, Steven 129 Bud inger, Richard 120

Budnik, Andrea J . 234 Buerge, Aaron 117, 137 Buesch, April 83 Buie, Aaron 139 Buie, Kevin 115 Bulsuk, Vej 234 Bumgardner, Tom 208 Bundy, Greg 18 1 Bunnell, Eric 13 1 Burgard, Bill 128 Burgett, Seth D . 234 Burhan, Nanang 202, 234 Burke, Sadie ! 54 Burkemper, Scott 224 Burkhalter, Eric 125, 185 Burner, Jeffrey S. 234 Burnett, Jeff 139, 193, 205 Burnette, James 129 Burns, Seth 53, ! 50 Burton, Bryson 127 Burton, Mark 127, 149 Burwell, Dave 83 Burwell, Lisa 83 Buschjosr, Ryan L. 234 Bushy, Dave 224 Busraman , Norelis 2 12 Buder, Brad 118 Buder, C arrie 147, 2 13 Buder, Edward 115 Buttimer, Amy 83 Button, Ted 53 Byrd, Sam 156

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C adoff, D ave 75 C age!, Chad 117 Cagle, C had 53 Cai, Weiping 174, 196 Cain , Darryl 183 Cain, Jim 18 1 Cambell , Allison 135 Camp, Tracy 146, 197 Cam pbell, J im 129 C anis, Randy 127 Canon , Jason 174, 196 Capelle, Steve 13 I C arda, Mike 122 Carl isle, Catherine 234 Carpenter, Tom 120, 224 Carr, Andy 127 Carroll, Amy 153, 234 Carter, Diana 138 Carrwrighr, Randy 148 Carver, M ary 189 Casedy, M ike 150 C ash, John 173, 234 C asserilla, Brian 53 Cassibry, Jason 148, 194 Castor, Joshua 59, 137 Carron, Jack D . 234 Cawlfield , Jeff 208 Cella, Joe 197 Cezus, Steve 86 C hadwick, Stephen 153 C haffin , C urt 13 1 C halfant, Jeannette M . 234 C halmers, Mathew 123 C hambers, Joseph 137 C hapman , Deena 135 C hapman , Jim 58, 59, 60, 129 Chapman , Neal 126 C hau, Michael 137 C haud hu ri, Raja 139 C heese, C hris 125 C hi, Tai 152 C hittenden, Melissa A. 234 C ho, Susan 135 C hrisfield , Becky 138 C hrissy, Michael 145 C hristensen, Kim 135. 198 C hristensen, Tiffany 223 C hullino, David 119

C hungwarana, Paras 234 Clark, Brian 121 Clark, H ilary 138 Clark, Kit L. 234 Clark, Matt 114, 18 1 Clark, Sam 124 Clarke, Drake 2 10 Clarke, Flake 125 Claussen , G reg 121 Claxton, Travis 53 Cleaver, Mary G race 181, 213 Clemenson, Laura 208, 213 Clipper, Matt 130 Clonts, Michael D . 235 C loud , Eric 189 Coates, Lo ri 154 Cochran, J .T. 2 17 Coggin, Seth 150 Cole, Jeff 149 Coley, Angela 14 1, 185 Colgrove, Scott 119 Collingham, Brian 45, 89 Colli ns, Travis 193 Combs, Paul 174, 196 Comer, Scott 114 Conner, Monty 53, 149 Connors, Sheila 183 Conway, Steve 126 C ook, C hristian l 19 Cook, Don ! 50 Cook, Julie 227 Cook, L.P. 223 Cook, Larry 127, 235 C ook, Victoria 205 Coombes, Dean 12 1 Cooper, C lay 2 18 Coo per, Katie 138, 157 Copeland, O mekia E. 235 Copeland, Steve 149 Copelin , Anna 89 Cord ier, Doug 228 Cordry, C hris 121 Corriss, Scott 122 Cotter, C had l l 7 Courtin, Jodie 198 Cowell , Mand i 147 Cox, Dennis 18 1 Cox, Tara 135, 198 Cozad , Brad 75, 150 Crafts, Simon 143 C raig, Shawn 224 C ran mer, Stacey 135 Crawford , Jason 11 7 C rawford , Joyce A. 235 C rawford , Mark 115 Crede, Jenni fer L. 235 Crenshaw, Amy 181 Crites, C indy 153 Crites, Mike 189 C rocker, Krisre 209 Crosl in , Laurie 18 1 rossman , hip 119 C rowe, J. 178 C roxford, Terry 21 l, 235 C rutchley, Jam ie 122 C uarras-Villegas, Patricia E. 235 C uartes, T. 178 C ulp, James 183 C un neen, Brian 119 C ureau, Alfred J . Jr. 235 C ureau, Lionel 115 C urtis, Alletta 197 C ushman, Joe 143 Curler, Lisa ! 56 Cutl ip, Tom 119 Cypret, Aaron 143

Dake, Jason I 24 Dam merich, T homas L. 235 Dandurand , Keith 39, 118 Daniel, C had ! 50


Daniels, Jamie ! 52 D anz, M ichael T. 129, 235 Daschke, Kimberly A. 23 5 D asra, Dominic G. 13 1,235 Daugherty, Rachel 13 5 Davenport, Julie 174 , 196 Davenport, T.J. 198 David, James R. 226, 23 5 Davids, Andrew 130 Davidson, Scott 20 I , 224 Davis, George 128 Davis, Joshua 183 Davis, Morris 2 12 Davis, Par 209 Davis, Rich 212 Davis, Shanna L. 235 Davis, Steve !56 Davis, Tracey 135, 2 19 Davison, Doug 26, 224 Dawson, C hris 53, 54 Dawson, Jeff 116 Day, Angie 135 DeArriba, Cory 126 Decker, Nathan 21 7 Degonia, Thomas 53, 235 Delinger, Kevin 173 Delleart, David 137 Delp, Rhonda 197 Delp, Woody 197 Denney, Brett 126 Denney, Stephen K. 235 Denney, Steve 193, 227 D eppe, Jenna 138 D erner, K. 178 Dessau, Joe 139 deSrefano, Michael 235 Deters, Jonathan 26 Dettmer, Shannon 152 Dickerson, Tressa 142 Dickey, Tim 114 Dickherber, Julie 135 Dietzel, Jim 114 Dill, Karla 134 Dillingham, John 18 1, 235 Dillon, Jenny L. 235 DiMercurio, Nicholas T. 235 Dingrando, Jeffrey 137 , 194 Dinkins, Tad 129 Dinwiddie, Mike 150 Dionne, Bruce G. 236 Dixon, Natalie 147, 157 Do, Trung 129 Doan, Stanley A. 236 Dobson , Jason 122 Dobson , Paul J. 236 Dodge, Mike 12 1 Doerr, D . 178 Dohrman, Adam 53 Doing, Stacy 134, 2 18 Donavon, Liz 12 5 Donley, Laura 134, 236 Donnelli, Drew 125 Donnelly, Julie 138 Dooley, Andy 20 I Dorn , John R. 236 D orrance, Beth B. 236 Doshier, Dwayne 120, 189 Doster, Branden 114 Do uglas, Stephen 2 19 Douglas, Teri 15 1 Downes, Jennifer 135, 198 Downs, Tracy 2 17 Doyle, Jason 11 9 D rake, David 153 Drake, M ichael 13 1, 236 Dreiswerd, D. 178 Driskill, Lance 127 Dryer, Daron W. 236 Duddle, Sandy 15 1 Duensing, Melissa 14 1 Dufner, Angela K. 236 DuMaine, Willie 236

Dumortier, Steve 126 Duncan, Jeremiah 123 Dunham, Tom 129 Dunkman, Rebecca 138, 2 13 Dunn-Norman, Shari 2 12 Dunnegan, Chad A. 236 Dunning, Erica D . 236 Dunningron, Travis 120 Duong, Chris D . 236 Duong, Khang V. 236 Durbinski, Kirk 125 Dust, Mark 127 Dye, B. Scott 236

Easley, Mike A. 236 Eberle, Mark 194 Eckrich, Jim 126, 183 Edgar, Brian 156 Edgar, David 178, 183, 236 Edwards, Cathy 142, 174, 196 Edwards, Scott 150 Edwards, Talion 53, 117 Effiand, Gregory 178, 183, 236 Efthim, Lenny 120 Efrink, Sandy 153, 157 Elder, C had 129 Elder, Jeremy 143, 181 Elder, Ryan 127 Eldred, Ben 148, 174, 196 Ellermann, David 178, 236 Elliott, Michael R. 236 Elmer, Erich 13 1 Elmore, Bill 75, 150 Elze, Dan 116 Emmons, Lori S. 237 Engeman, Joe 122 Engle, Daniel 137 Englehom, Blu 156 Epperson , Farrell D. 23 7 Epstein, Russell 126 Erable, Wilma 191 Erb, Thomas 197,237 Erdman, Shawn 2 18 Erdmann, Karl 123 Erp, Jens 139 Eslinger, Michelle D. 237 Espinosa, Laz 152 Estep, Jeremy 122 Estes, Mike 123 Erien, Bob 4 5, 89, 90 Etzel, Amy 138 Evans, Rachel 15 1 Evenson, Timothy 129, 237 Everett, C hristina 20, 135 Everett, Elizabeth C. 237 Everrirr, C hristina 237 Evers, Mart 122 Everson, David G. 237 Ewers, Cliff 125 Ewers, Ken 208 Eyerkuss, Carrie 63, 65

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Fadhil, Adel 202 Faenger, Tim 224 Fajemisin, N iran 145 Falbe, W inchester 120 Falerro, Laura 147, 213 Farmer, Jesse 126 Farrenburg, C had 11 9, 189 Farwig, Gary 130 Farwig, M ike 129 Farani, Ahmad 202 Faughn, T ina 220, 237 Feagan, Harold 119 Fears, Sean 148, 200, 205 Felton, Brett 79, 237 Feminine, Phil 125 Ferguson, Chad 120 Ferkel, Dave 116

Fesperman, Stacy 147 Ferrer, Todd 11 4, 189 Fields, C hris 130, 205 Findley, C raig 130, 189 Findley, Robin 139 Finke, Kim 89, 90, 138, 2 13 Finley, C harlie 53 Finley, Fred 53 Fish, Ben 89, 90, 122 Fisher, Bill 152 Fisher, Ryan 130 Flagg, Alan 197 Flahire, JoMarie M. 237 Flauaus, Bradley C. 237 Fleetwood, Kelly 143 Flemming, Melinda 152, 237 Flint, C hristopher D . 237 Flock, Doris 135 Florence, Lister 115 Flowers, Karen 138 Flynn, Laurianne 134, 142 Foersre, Jeff 127 Ford , Scott 130 Foresman, Mart 120, 224 Forsman , C hris 119, 189 Fort, Kevin 67 Forrelka, Brian 126 , 201 , 224 Fortman , Joe 114 Foster, Jeff 194, 196 Francis, Chris 11 4, 237 Frank, Steven 183 Frankenberger, Richard B. 237 Franklin, Todd 67, 86 Frazer, Jennifer 49, 51, 89, 90, 181 Fridley, Michael 120 Friedman, Daniel J. 23 7 Friesner, Jack 173 Frisbee, Dirk 199, 237 Frost, Leslie 39, 135, 198, 237 Fry, Lori ! 53 Fuesring, Chad 79, 80 Fugate, Robert L. 237 Fugina, Robert C. 238 Fulks, Watson 195 Fullerton, Brent 18 1, 238 Fulton, Doug 53 Furman, Frank 173 Fussner, Tony 224

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Gaddie, Linda ! 52 Gaffney, Tri I 94 Galloway, John 137 Gallup, Archibald 197, 238 Gambill, Angie 134 Ganley, Bridgette 147, 157,2 13 Garcia, Jullio ! 56 Gardener, John-Mark 86 Gardner, Bradley 208, 238 Gardner, Jason 173 Gardner, Mindy 134, 208 Garfield, Stacy 134, 2 13 Garner, Curtis 137 Garner, Roy 152 Garret, Cliff 11 7 Garvey, Mike 124 Gary, Joshua 143, 18 1 Gasswint, Matthew 148, 238 Gaylen, Michael 125 Geels, Jonathon 152 Gefferrh, Amy 135 Geisler, Amy 7 1 Geldbach, Dennis 119 George, Jason 12 1 Gerber, Lamar 125 Gerhardt, Eric 125 Gerhart, Brett 59 Gerrken, Kate 135, 195 Gettinger, C hris 139 Gerz, Steve 155 Gholoson, Lloyd 120

iacolone, Tony 53 G ibbs, Jon 2 12, 238 G ideon, Casey 135, 198 G iessman, raig 122 G illiand, Rick 152 G ilmartin, Paul 32 G ilmore, Brian 53 G ioia, Alex 59, 129 G izzie, Scott 139 G ladbach, Den is P. 238 Glad bach, Jack 226 G lastetter, David 183 G lover, Tena 2 19 Goethe, John I 18 Goetz, Karen 2 19, 238 Goins, Jason 125 Goldak, Dave 178, 183 Goldsmith, MarkS. 238 Goo, Christopher 20 I , 224 Goodman, Brett 126, 183 Goodman, Susan 134, 220 Gordon, Emily 135 Gorg, Steve 14 5 Gorman , Brian 174, 196 Gorman, Eric 124, 238 Gorman, Jessica I 56, 223 Governick, Heather R. 238 Gower, Michelle 152 Grabber, Michael D. 238 Grable, Gene 19 1 Graham, Brandon 53, 89, 90 Graham , Glen 114 Graham, Lisa 199, 209, 238 Grant, Jarrod 139 Grant, Kevin D. 238 Grass, Mike 126 Grater, John D . 238 Graves, Rob 53 Gray, Bill 152 Green, Monica 142 Greene, Bill 114, 189 Greene, Gary I 18 Greene, William 195 Greenway, Mike 130 Gregory, Bryan 194 G regory, Dawn 135 Griese!, Karen 13 5 Grimm , Mary 14 1, 174, 196 Grobelny, Jarod 143 G roff, Brian 139 G rohs, J.R. 195 Grooms, Doug 53, 75 Gross, Cameron 12 1 Gross, Kimberly E. 238 Grossman, Jenny 142 Grote, Kathy 155, 200 Grove, Josh 120, 2 18 G roves, C hristopher I 15 G roves, Sam I 53, 205 Grubb, Ann 147 Gruber, Don 53 Grunbaum, Rebecca F. 238 Grundy, Matt 53, 11 9 Gugel, Martin 137 G uha, Tania 238 G usewelle, James 200 G ustavson, David 11 4

H aanrz, Gerald 2 11 H aas, Gary 125 H aase, Gary 200 Hackman, Rande 153 Hagan, Rob 7 5, 150 H aggard , Brian 39, 119 Haggstrom, Wade 75, 150 H ahn, Phil 59, 60 H ahn, Ryan 228 H ahne!, Leland 116 H aines, Angie 197 H all, Mary 183 H all, Michael 183

Hall, Mi had M. 238 Hall, Mike 150 Hall , Terry 199 Hallibunon, Willie 53 Halpin, Susan 210 Halpin, Susan A. 238 Halter, Darrin 114, 195 Hamel in, Srefun 143 Hamilton, David 127, 239 Hamli n, David . 239 Hamli n, Matt 86 Haml in, Pleamon F. 239 Haml ing, Gilbert 152 Hammontree, Holly 147, 213 Hampton, Michael 128 Hanif. Mohd hah 202 Hanif. Redza 208 Hanks, Theresa 156 Hanneken, DouglasS. 239 Hansen, Amy 138,239 Hansen, Jason 20 I Hansen, Jeff 146, 193 Hargrove, C hristy 147 Harles, Bret 174, 196 Harles, Brett 122 Harness, Jennifer 134 Haroldson, Brandon 139 Harper, Mike 183 Harrington, James 128, 197 Harris, Jeremy 193 Harrison, Lisa 197 Harrison, Scott 59, 60 Hart, Dave 145 Hart, Mark 11 4 Hartle, Matt 150 Hartlcroad, John 121, 239 Hartman, Heather 7 1, 72, 73 H artman, James 114 Hartman, Jim 53 Han man, Todd 148 Harrwig, Troy 200 Harvey, Ben 197 Harvey, Brad I 14 Harvey, Jesse 152 Hasenstab, Thomas 79, 211, 239 Haupti, Deanne 147 Hausch, Frederick A. 239 Hayden, Ethan 59, 60, 154 Haynes, Lance 190 Hays, Malcolm 156 Hayward, Todd 139 Haywood , Jeff 130 Hazen, Gary 208 Hazen, Kris 139 Heavin , Lorna 138 Heckel , Douglas E. 239 Hedding, Brent 194 Hedgpeth , Jeff 26 Heien, Eric 227 Heikkinnen , David 121 Heimlich, Bruce 197 Heinemann , Kristi 210, 239 Hellmueller, Jennife r 142 Helm, Jonathan 181 Hemrick, James 146,1 74,196 Henderson, Karen 138 Henry, Jeremy 78, 79 Henry, Matt 53, 54, 55, 11 7, 12 1, 195 Henry, Scan 178, 239 Hepler, Robert 149, 191 , 239 Herbold, Carl 194 Herman, Karlyn n 199 Hermann, Gregory 126 Herzog, Angie 31 Hess, Andrew 152 Hester, John 183 Herrick, Rob 127 Hettinger, Joe 122 Heydrmann, Dirk 227 H ibdon, Eric 185 Hickman, Lewis 153


Hicks, David 129 Hicks, Steve 127 Higgins, Michael 199 Hilding, Frances 63 Hill , Kevin 79, 80, 155 Hiller, Justin 177 Hillier, John 145 Hillman, Tonya 138 Hillstrom, Derek 139 Hilse, Tara 2 10 Himstedt, Brian 157, 239 Hines, Clayton 224 Hines, G. 178 Hinson, Jason 79, 126 Hirsch, Eric 2 18 History 235 , 245, 247, 248 Hobbs, Terry 2 17 Hodges, Steve D . 239 Hodkins, Mathew 1 19 Hoech, Raira D . 239 Hoepker, Beky 223 Hoffman, Sean 148 Hofmann , Leah 2 13 Holcomb, Bruce 183 Holder, C raig 114 Holloway, T im 67, 69 Holschen, Jason 120 Holthaus, Brian 122, 239 Holthous, Brad 122 Holtzscher, Andy 139 Holzman, Jo hn 150 Ho pkins, Matthew 120 Hopkins, Mike 152 Hopkins, Russ 143 Hopper, Douglas A. 239 Hopper, Fred 146 Horak, James M . 239 Ho rnburg, Joe 20 1, 224 Hostetter, Steve 44, 45 Hostetter, Steven 46 Hosrmann, Brian 137 H otop, Darrin 122, 239 Hounker, Kimberly 135 Hoven, Derek 155 Howard, Josh 150, 153 Howard, Steven 53, 240 Howell , David L. 240 Hubbard, Gary 79, 80, 240 Hubbard, Joella 156 Hubbell, Chris 11 8 Huber, Alex 149 Huber, Rick 149 Hudson, C hris 189 Hudson, Darryl 143 Hudson , Jason 224 Hudson, Particia L. 240 Hudson , Tricia 135, 198 Huett, C hristopher 2 11, 240 Huff, Rich 126 Huffman, Dryk 139 Huffman , Tom 114 Hug, Kevin 53, 54 H ughes, Troy 11 9, 183 H ultz, Holly 152 Hummel, Sarah 147 Humphrey, J immie 128 Humphrey, Michael K. 240 Humphreys, Brent 11 7 Hunn, Susan 138 Hunni us, Stephen T. 240 Hunt, Brian A. 240 Hunt, Ryan 12 1 Hurst, Elaina 14 1, 185 H urst, G ina 14 1 H usen, Bisma 202 Huskamp, C hris 150 Husm an, Eric 224 H urher, Sheri M . 240

Ibrahi m, Mo hamad Nasir 202, 2 12

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Igarra, Amy 138 Ilium, Jason 53, 79 Inane, Gokhan 240 !nee, Gabrielle M . 240 Ingalls, Stephanie 62, 63, 64, 65, 83, 85, 153 Ingrassia, Tony 157 lnskip, Skip 194 Ireland, C had 127 Ireland, Kelley 123 Irizarry- Robles, Manuel A. 240 Irons, Jen 15 1 Isgrig, Brain 114 Ismail, Anuar S. 240 Ismail, Mohd N . 240 Ismail, N asser 208, 2 I 2 Iverson, To m ISS lves, Ro bert 53, 240

Jaafar, Mohd Zaid i 202 Jackson, Elliott 53 Jackson , Mike 123 Jackson, Preston 143 Jackson , Rod 67 Jackson , Scorr 114 Jafar, Mohd Zaidi 2 12 Jagtiani , Senera I38 Jamborerz, Susan 178, 183 James, Jason 152 Jansen, Connie M . 240 Jarboe, Steve 129 Jawhar, T hayer 202 Jenkins, Andy 59 Jennings, Tara 135 Jerker, Jeff 125 Jernigan, Alex E. 240 Jett, Steve 208 Jilg, John 130 Joaquin, Donna 183 Joersz, Mark I 83 Jogger, Courtney A. 127 John, Sam Sr. 148 Johnsen, Mart 189 Johnson , D . 178 Johnson, Dan 152 Johnson, David 194, 240 Johnson, Eric 137, 197, 205 Johnson , Joseph 197 Johnson , Kevin !53, 19 I Johnson, Mike 125 Johnson, Nancy 154 Johnson, Pat 224 Johnson, Reginald 11 5 Johnso n, Steven 157, 240 Johnson , Waylan 157 Johnston, A.J. 147 Jones, Allen 79 Jones, Amy 142, 157 Jones, Ben 224 Jones, Carolyn 15 1 Jones, Jason 59, 148 Jones, Jo hn 205 Jones, Kelly L. 240 Jones, Lisa 135 Jones, Matt 122 Jones, Randy 75, 76 Jordan , David 156 Jordan, Jay 156 Joyce, Peter 120 Jumps, T im 130 Junge, Sandra E. 24 1 Junkins, Mark 18 1

Kaiser, Forrest 126 Kaiser, Nate 154 Kalmer, Kelly L. 24 1 Kamal, A.ffendy Bin 2 12 Kamper, Jim 131 Karfs, Frank 122, 24 1 Kassebaum, Joe 174, 196

Katschman, Amy 223 Kaufman, Ingrid 138, 194 Kavinsky, Tom 152 Kayadarma, Martin 150, 205 Kearbey, Eric 79 , 8 1 Keaton, Amy 223 Keen , Troci 83, 24 1 Keene, Jenny 220 Keene, Troci 8 5 Keifer, Jen 134 Keith , Michele 18 1 Kelemetc, Stephanie 134, 241 Keller, Eric 126 Keller, T im 173 Kelly, Mark 177 Kelsheimer, Todd 114, 24 1 Keltner, Steve 174, 196 Kem ner, G reg 11 9 Kem pf. Brad 11 4 Kendall, James 137 Kendall, Keith 59 Kersten, Katherine 7 1, 227 Kestner, Kevin 53, 120 Kerzner, Joe 79 Khan, Fauzul K. 241 Khan , Wajid 202 Khawaja, Yahya 202 Khiran, Khalid 202, 2 12 Khong, Keng H . 24 1 Kho uaja, Hatem 177 Kilgore, Mark 24 1 Kill , Mike 122 Killian, Sean 125 Kincaid, Brian 12 1 Kincy, Chuck 197 Kindle, Jason 223 King, Jon 53, 11 5, 197 King, Kristen 82, 83, 85, 135, 198 King, Matt 2 10 Kin near, Jason 197 Kinton, Paul 26, 125 Kipp, W illiam W. 241 Kirchoff, Bryan 194 Kiso , Steven 116 Kladiva, Jay 120 Klaus, Matt 79 Klaus, Matthew 126 Klein , Brian P. 24 1 Kleinstein, Brian 125 Klemme, Karen 134, 189, 2 13 Kloeppel, Brad 124 Kloiber, C. 17 8 Kloiber, C hristopher A. 241 Klopp, Brian 13 1 Kluz, C hrissy 135 Kluz, Rachq uel C. 241 Knapp, Joe 53, 11 7 Kn icker, Jay 122 Knight, Eric 128 Knittel, John 59 Knott, Kerry 189 Knudson, Shannon 135, 2 12 Koch, Mike 139 Kochanowicz, Ronald G . 241 Koederirz, Kyle 12 1, 195 Koehler, Piper 2 12 Koening, Ian 157 Koepke, Darrin 194 Koestel, Derek 1 19 Kokal, Jeff 66, 67 Kolbe, Julie 153 Kolluru, Nookaiah 227 Kombokis, Alex 228 Komo, Lawton C. 24 1 Koo, Ee Sung 20 5 Koob, Perry 120 Koopman, Rayna 135, 198 Koperzki, Tracy 198 Kraemer, Steven M . 24 1 Kraemer, Vicki 14 1 Kraft , Kerri M . 24 1

Kramer, Scott D. 241 Krause, Douglas 21 7, 24 1 Kremer, Greg 122 Krewson, Joseph 126 Kriesel, Kirk 177 Krueger, Dan 174, 196 Kruep, Tara 135 Krzeminski, Brian 126 Kubly, Scott 149 Kuenzel , C hrissy 135 Kuenzel, Lissy 135 Kuenzel, Melissa A. 24 1 Kuess, Bill 122 Kuhlmann, Keith 116 Kuhne, Pat 122, 224 Kuhne, Tricia 63 , 178 Kulifay, C hris 15 3 Kullmann, Jeffrey D. 242 Kumar, Sunil 149 Kump, Chris 134 Kuntz, E. C hris 183 Kuntz, G reg 124 Kunz, Christopher R. 242 Kutz, G reg 122 Kvetensky, Joee 7 1 Kwiecinski, Amy 138, 223

Lacavich, Jeff 20 I, 224 Lacy, Larry 183, 242 Lagos, Fedrico 120 Lair, Steve 12 1, 185 Lamb, Josh !54 Lamb, Larry 125 Lambert, C hris 183 Lamberrson, Nancy 223 Lambros, Mark 152 Lanasa, G ino 53 Land, Christy 135, 198 Landolphi, Suzi 32 Landwehr, Eric 122, 183 Lane, Mel issa 147, 213 Lane, Patrick I SO Lane, Stephen M . 242 Lane, Steve 12 1,2 10 Lang, Steve 15 7 Langan, James 183 Lange, Cary 53, 54 Langendoerfer, Sand ra J. 242 Langjahr, Gregory D . 242 Lansberry, Mark 149 Lapinski, Larry 129 Lappe, Eric 210, 242 Larson, C ulyer 116 Larson, Mike 211 Lasater, Evalee 219 Lasey, Brian 121 Laudon, Robert 173 Laurent, Ross A. 242 Laws, Aaron D . 242 Laxton, Scott 128 Layne, Mark 2 12 Le, Anthony X. 242 Leach, C hris 124 Leach, Eric 124 Leap, Matt 224 Lear, Brandi 2 18 LeCren, Andy 199, 209 Ledgerwood, Laura E. 242 Lee, Matt 197 Leeftink, Gerrit 139 Leepatanapah , Sineepatch 154 Lefers, Steve 120 LeGrand, Brian 178, 242 Lehman, Cu rt 122 Lehmann , M ichael J. 242 Lehmbeck, Jo hn 224 Leischeidt, T. 178 Leith, Jeff 197 Lemongelli, Lisa M. 242 Lenoir, Dominic 115, 139 Leonard, Allison C. 242

Lesterud, Eivind 53 Leubbert, Jayne 134 Leucht, Kurt W. 242 Leukenatto, Phil 122 Lewallen , Jeff 114 Lewandoski, Mark 129 Lewis, C hris 195 Lewis, Jared 122 Lewis, Rachel 63, 65 Lierz, Randy 126 Likens, Ben 79 Liles, M artin 183, 242 Lilly, David 178, 183 Lin, Austin 191 Lin, Jenna 19 1 Lind, Brad 53 Lindner, Valerie 223 Lindsey, Erick 205 Lindsey, Kerrick 153 Ling, Darren 14 9 Ling, Denise M . 242 Linhorst, Tom 139 Lipo ma, C harles 150, 242 Listerud, Eivind 54 Litchfield, Barry 139, 157 Litherland, Mary A. 242 Litle, Robyn 181, 243 Little, Jennifer 138 Littlefield, Philip 153, 243 Livingstone, Kirk 124 Lloyd, G lenn 183 Loddeke, Adam 129 Lohman, Tom 143 Long, Bob 2 12 Long, MatthewS. 243 Look, D .C. 53 Love, Tammy 147 Lowe, Ro bert 11 4, 243 Lowery, Josh 53, 120 Lozand, Ruben 122 Lubicwski, L. 178 Lucas, Lisa M . 243 Ludiker, A. 178 Ludwig, D un 11 8 Lueckenhoff, Angie 138 Lujan, Matt 152 Luksich, Jody 20 1 Lundeen, Maja 7 1, 89, 90 Lusby, C heryl 13 5 Lutz, Karenda D . 243 Lynch , Suzanne 147 Lynch , Travis 119 Lynn, W illiam R. 243

Maclin, Margorie 199, 243 Madison, Lisa 135 Madrid, C hristina 138 Maier, Brian 123, 243 Maksari , Hamizan 2 12 Malin, Brian 121 Maloney, Cathlin 63, 65 Mandachit, Keith 143 Mandry, Matt 121 Mandry, T haddeus 243 Mansoor, Haasan 86 Mapp, Courtney 45 M arino, G reg 197 Marks, Brian 59, 122 Marks, Jennifer 156 Marler, Tammy 152, 243 M arlowe, C hris 53 Marshall, Jennifer 147 Marshall , Kelly 138 Marshall, Mike 156 Martin, Dale 67 M arti n, Dan 120 M artin, Jeff 11 9 M artinez, Dale 143 M arvich, Teri 83, 85, 151 M aschler, Julie 134, 14 1 M ason, Geoff 149


Mason, Rakiyah 18, 23, 243 Massey, Brent 18 1 Massey, Brian 130 Masterman, Katie 63, 65, 154 M asterson, Matt 131 Mathai, Sheena 191 Mathai, T homas 191 Mathematics, Applied 238, 243, 248 Mathes, C had 157 Mathes, Douglas 127, 243 Mathes, Stacy 7 1, 243 Matt, C hristian A. 243 Matthews, Mark 67 Matthews, Mike 220 Maurena, Julie 15 1 Maurer, Julie 7 1 Maus, Therese 199, 209 Maxon, Sarah 63, 65, 154 Maxwell , Shonie C. 243 May, Carrie 2 17 Mayabb, Patrick B. 243 Mazza, Nick 125 McAllister, Adam 126 McBane, Amanda 134 McBee, Todd 127 McCarron, Par 122 McCauley, C raig 45 , 89 McCauley, M. 178 McC lellan, Mike 2 10 McCormick, Paul A. 243 M cCowen, Dave 197 M cCoy, Dawn 135 McCurren, Brian 197 McDaniel, Jason 127 M cEnery, Mike 53 McEuen, David 183 McGariry, Kelly 2 19 McGee, Travis 228 McGinness, Gerald 137 McGi nness, Shawn 143 M cGinn is, Dan 18 1 Mcintyre, Mark 200 Mcintyre, Mitzi 198 Mciwaine, Kevin A. 243 Mckee, Brain 139 McKee, Scott 178, 183 McLaud, Douglas M . 243 McLaud, Erin B. 244 McLaughlin, Tony 120 McMackin, Jay 152, 244 McMahon, Tom 193 McManus, Marc 90, 126 McMenamin, Kirk D. 244 McM ichael, Gary 128 McMormick, Paul 12 1 McMurray, Missy 198 McNail , C lay 120 McNeely, John 130 McNeil, C andy 135 McNeil, Stacy 134, 2 13 McWi lliams, Todd 11 9 Meade, Michael 189 Meade, Mike 122 Med lin , C lay 125 Mehta, Farida 153, 183, 244 Meinershagen , Kirk 18 1 Meiser, Tom 11 7 Melick, Bach 12 1 Melick, Tilmann V. 244 Melson, Kent 13 1 Menke!, Phillip 139, 177 Mercer, Bud 87 Mercurio, Matt 125 Meredith, Alan 18 1 Mertz, C hris 126 Mesko, Mark 137 Mesko, Melissa 197 Messenger, Todd B. 244 Messler, G reg 120 M erwalli, Omar 156, 205 Metzger, Collin 137

Meyer, Chad 125 Meyer, Dennis M. 244 Meyer, Fred 226 Meyer, John 210 Meyer, Ralph 126 Meyer, RichardT. 244 Meyers, Doug 114 Meyers, Jam ie 147 Meyers, Jason 224 Meyers, Jay 75 Mezines, Tony 122 Mickelson, Dave 53, 11 7 Midden, Ed 75, 153,228 Midden, Eric 75, 76, 228 Mikrut, John 75, 76 Milankovic, Darke 75 Millangue, Rafael 156, 244 Miller, Curtis 18 1 Miller, Darin B. 244 Miller, G len 145 Miller, Jason 122 Miller, Joe 148 Miller, Mike 13 1 Miller, O livia 134 Miller, Patricia K. 244 Miller, Reid 114 Miller, Scott 150, 194 Miller, Steve 2 12 Miller, Tricia 18 1 M inski, Carolyn 135, 198 Mintner, Tim 139 Missoum, Azzedine 202 Mitchell, Dave 139 Mitchell, Doug 119 Mitchell, Ed 21 1 Mitchell, Kyle 123 Mitchell, Shane 120 Mittenzwey, Billy 127 Mockairis, Jeff 127 Modlin, Brandt 76 Mohamad-lbrah im, MohamadNasir 244 Mohd, Fuad Ashar 232 Mohd-Yusof, Shahrul-Azmi 244 Mohdar, Reza 202 Moll, Kevin 130 Moller, Scott 126 Molner, Lisa 63, 135, 244 Monaghan, Rebecca 134, 147 Montefusco, Julie 135 Montgomery, Wade 124 Moody, Les 53, 11 7 Moody, Warren 13 1 Moog, Mart 125 Mooney, Lisa 178, 244 Moore, Jeff 149 Moore, Jeremy 145 Moore, Maria T. 244 Moore, Robert 148, 205 Moppins, Brad 53 Morak, Lynn 21 3 Moran, Bob 149 Marlier, C hris 197 Moron, Nate 125 Morris, Coach Don 67 Morris, Kimberlee A. 244 Morris, Ryan 87 Morrow, Greg 224 Moulin, Krista 183, 244 Mouser, Bradley J. 244 Mucas, Lisa 209 Muehe, Tara 198 Mueller, C hris A. 244 Mueller, Jennifer 183 Mueller, Mike 129 Mueller, Paul 116 Mueller, Pete 79, 80 Muller, Duece 117 Muller, Jason 143 Mullin, Mark 75, 76 Munoz, Mark 75, 228 Munro, Julaine M . 245

Munsey, Jim 220 Munsey, Jimbo 125 Murawski, Tom 150 Murphy, James D. 245 Murphy, Karen 198 Murphy, Mark 129, 224 Murphy, Sean 123 Murrell , Carmen 133 Murrish, Jeremy 11 6 Mustafa, Ahmed 202 Myers, harles 156, 157 Myers, Jamie R. 245 Myers, Jason 126 Myers, Stephen D. 245

Nagel, David 173 Naing, Kyaw M. 245 Nasir, Mohamad Ibrahim 208 Neal, Lynn 226 Needham, Ed W 245 Neemann, Jeff 87, 126, 183 Neill, Nancy 135 Neill, Nancy J. 245 Neill, Naney 185 Nelson, Andy 143 Nelson, Erika 7 1, 183 Nelson, G reg 126 Nelson, Sandra 223 Nelson, Tory I 94 Neuner, Michael 122 Newby, Mark 152 N gyen, Phuong 138 Nichols, Matt 152, 183 Nicholson, Stephen R. 24 5 Nickell, Bradley 126 Niedens, Jeremy 139 Nield, Thomas C. 245 Niemeier, Fred 120, 210 Nierman, Scott 79 Nieukirk, Shane M. 245 N ikolic, Zvonko 148, 211 Niles, Roger 12 1 Nix, Darin 53, 54, 79 Noel, Dave 125 Noel, Karla K. 245 Nolte, Nelson 119 Norton, Mark D. 245 Norhaus, Barclay 120, 224 Novorich, Kristin 138 Nunley, James 245

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O 'Brien, Mike 152 O 'Neal, Sherri 134 O 'Neill, Brian 120, 224 O 'Neill, Sherri 2 10 O 'Neill, Tom 89, 121 Oberkirsch, Ben 11 9 Obrhelman, Sheri 147 Occhipinti, Michelle 245 Ockers, Jim 20 I O ckree, Amber 135 Oehlert, Kirk 124 Oetting, Sonya 189 Olander, Derek J. 245 Olney, Greg 197 O lson, G. Suzanne 245 Onyx, Nathan Denner I 16 Oppeau, Todd 120, 183, 224, 245 Orange, Lamont 11 5, 245 Onega, Monya 133 Osborn, Valerie 83, 151 Osman, G hiath 137, 245 Ostermann, Jeff 127 Orren, Aaron 154, 245 O tto, Paul I 24 Orrsen, Chris 226 Overfelt, Michael 120 Owens, Kenneth R. 246 Ozbayoglu, Murat 197

Padakannaya, Shawa 246 Palicki, Kirk 114 , 195 Palmer, Edward T. 246 Palmer, J. 178 Panka, Brian 87 Park, hun 124 Parker, Larry 154, 157 Parker, han non 49, 50, 51, 2 17 Parker, Tim 149 Parodi , aria . 246 Parrott, Rod 114 Parry, Jim 181 Parson, James 209 Paskiewicz, Jeff 124 Passanise, Angela 63, 65, 208 Patience, G reg I 18 Patterson, Charles 183 Patterson, Samantha 183 Paul, Vanessa 189 Pauli, Mike 197 Paulson, Loretta 135 Pazdera, Tom 114 Peck, Kelly 13 5 Peeler, Darren 26 Peifer, Ashley 141, 177 Penerman, Renee 133 Penn, Aaron E. 246 Penning, Bryan 194 Pepmiller, Bill 59 Percle, Aimee 14 1 Perkins, Dave 152, 155 Perkins, Libby 194 Peters, Eric I 14 Peters, Jason 76, 157 Perers, Matt 149 Peters, Sean 39, 224 Pererson, Aaron 154 Pererson, Christine 135, 246 Peterson, Kirk 120, 246 Peterson, Troy 114 Petit, Greg 189 Petrie, Kim 205 Perrikovirsch, John 200, 246 Petry, Roger 14 5 Pfeiffer, Lisa 135 Phelps, Keith 123 Philips, Marshall D. 246 Philipsheck, Anthony 79 Phillips, Todd 146 Phillips, Valerie 153 Pho, Thuan D. 246 Phung, Van Q. 246 Phuong, My 152 Pickard, Rodney I 77 Picoler, Dale 126 Pieper, Terry W. 246 Piepho, Jason 67 Piepho, Rich 155 Pierce, Theresa 194, 246 Pierson, Harry 153 Pimmel, Keith 154, 228 Pinkerton, Troy 87, I 14 Pinkley, Gary A. 246 Pinzke, Cam 125 Place, Daphne 2 11 Plocher, S. I 78 Podolak, Mike 131 Podrazik, Bill I 54 Poerrner, John 129 Poengen, Greg 197 Pohl, Amy L. 246 Pohl, Heather 135 Pohlman, Becky 134, 141 Poindexter, Mitchell 137 Poland, Victor 122 Polar, Ozgur 190 Politte, Jason 53 Pollard, Lawrence C. 246 Polston, David 11 9, 189 Poor, Jay 145

Pope, J mes A. 246 Poner, ourrney 53 Portis, dri A. 246 Post, teve 210 Postlewait, JdT 126 Potthast, Andy 129 Potthast, Jeff 143 Potts, Bart 146 Powell , Rich 139 Powell , Tina 152 Powers, John 197 Prada, William 246 Preston, Sarah 45, 89 Preston, corr 121 Prewitt, Jason 120 Price, Eli 224 Price, Jeffrey 137 Prichett, Lisa M . 246 Probasco, Erik 121 Pruett, Tim 79 Puckett, Noelle 198, 247 Puder, Craig 39, 114, 189 Pulsifar, Dyan 135 Pundmann , llTis 127

Quarles, Jeff 226 Quashnock, Bill 139 Quigley, Pam 199 Quimby, Shane 87, 173 Quin t, Jay 59 Quirin, Ken 120, 189

Rackers, raig 122, 247 Radman, Matthew N. 247 Rages, Mark 148 Rahman, Roziman Abd. 202, 2 12 Rahn , hris 26 Rainey, Karen 49 Rakonick, con 157, 178. 183, 247 Ramadhian , Mohamad 202 Rammer, Brent 125 Ramsey, Brian 75 Ramsey, Michael 128 Rastorfer, Todd 79 Ratcliff, Denise C. 247 Rau, Kelly 151 Rauch, John 120 Ray, Corey 121 Raza, Md Ishfaq ur 202 Recar, Jo hn 126 Recktenwald, Jeff I 50, I 94 Redhage, Dale L. 247 Redza, Mohd Shah Han if 239 Rees, Tobi 7 1 Reeves, Lisa M . 24 7 Regan, Joh n 157 Reichert, Ed 53 Reimer, Todd 155 Rein, Amy 135 Reiter, C hris 224 Reiter, Cory 129 Reiter, James 127 Rendic, Dikan 75, 76, 153 Reneau, Brandon 124 Renick, Steve 210, 224 Renner, C huck I 97 Repke, Scott D . 247 Repperger, Michael 128 Reza, hah 2 12 Rhoades, Ron 220 Rhoads, Krisri 147 Rice, Jason 53 Richards, Don 53 Richards, Jason 183 Richards, Sarah 199, 209 Richardson , Brian 177 Richardson, Travis 59, 137 Richardson, William 126 Rickman, Joel 126


Ridle, Rob 59, 122 Rieff. Jo 155 R.ieffel , Robert 137 Riegal. Laura 135 Rieger, John 139 Rieman n, Jerome 129, 183 Riepe . Jeffrey 189 Riggs, Barry 143 Rikand , Elisabeth A. 247 Ringer, Rob 154 Ringhausen, Alan 154, 183, 24 7 Ringkor, Kristen 75, 135 Rinker, Robin C. 24 7 Rinkor, Kristen 76 Rishell, Susan 138 Risher, Dyan 83, 89, 90, 247 Risner, Brandon 53, 2 11 Ritchey, Kathlee n 83, 151 Rives, Christy 135 . 198 Roberson, Anne T. 247 RobertS, Linda 7 1 RobertS, Monica 142 RobertS, Tobin 197 Robemon, Melanie 210 Robinson, C hris 195 Robinson, Freeman E. 247 Robinson, Par 125 Robinson, T ina 153 Rodenberger, Gerhardt 183, 247 Rodriguez, Jesus 190, 2 17 Roes, Dave 122 Roetto, David 121 Rogers, Amy 134. 14 1 Rogers, Nicki 156, 200 Rogge, T homas 194 Rohear, Melissa 15 1 Rohrbacker, Mary 83, 84, 85 Rohrer, Melanie 83, 84, 85, 151 Rohrer, Melissa 83 Roland, Richard 26 Rollins, Dempsey 149, 157 Romer, Spring A. 247 Rooks, Jeff 124 Roper, Janet 13 5 Roper, Steve 122 Rosdilsky, Ian 20 I Ross, Darren 114 Ross, Gary 120 Ross, James D. 247 Ross, Natalie 155 Rorhweii , Andrew 126,174, 196 Rottmund, Matt 143 路 Rous, Matthew 116 Rowden, Brain 139 Rowden, Matt 124 Rowland, Rick 2 10 Rowold, Matt 11 9 Rozd ilsky, Ian 247 Ruch, Jerry 152 Rudloff, Tricia 198 Rugur, Anne W. 247 Ruhland, Amy 198 Ruma, Tricia 198 Runzi , C had 137 Rupp. Larry F. 247 Rush, Scott 67 Russell , Steve 191 Rurenkroger, Scott 123, 2 18 Rutledge, Chris 178, 248 Ruzchak, Noreen 151 Ryan, Ch ris 79, 11 7 Ryu, Sang 152

Saaid, Isma il Mohd 212 Sabacky, Kevi n 139 Saeed, 1smael 202 Saeger, Scott 152. 226 Saffels, Ryan 86 Sagez, Dion M. 248 Saharan, Saharun Nizam 2 12 Said, lzaini Bin Shoib 2 12

Saleh, Shaharudin 202, 248 Saling, Cara 248 Sal isbury. Tami 138, 197 Salleh, Nazarudin C he 202 Salli , C had 53 Sallwasser, Randy 137 Sanchez, Irene 208 Sander, Matt 124 Sanders, Darin 181 Sandford, Co urtney 183 Sandife r, Jill 135 Sandifer-Moyer, Chad 125 Sanning, Alan D. 248 Sanson, Jessica 135 Sauer, Amy 2 13 Saunier, Brett 124, 189 Schaefer, John 122 Schaefer, Matthew 116 Schaeffer, Byron 12 1, 174, 196 Schaffer, Kirk 53 Schaffer, R. 178 Schannel. Brian ! 50 Scheiblhofer, C hris 39, 224 Scheman, Dee 151 Schiebel, Steve 14 5 Schieferle, Lisa L. 248 Schieszer, Douglas F. 248 Schiffer, Rob 194 Schliebe, John 126 Schlueter, Michael 126 Schmerer, Avi 13 1 Schmid, Kelly 142 Schmidt, Mark 146 Schmitt, Cameron 205 Schneider, Craig 15 5 Schneier, Patrick 155, 248 Schnieders, J usrin 122 Schock, James 12 1 Schoenberg, Mart 145 Schofluezel, Carrie 15 5 Schomaker, Joseph 128 Schoo r, Karen 223, 248 Schorr, Wade 193, 248 Schrameyer, Brian 228 Schreckenberg, Cynthia M. 248 Schreller, Bryan 224 Schrishuhn , Terri 59, 63, 7 1 Schrock, Jim 11 8 Schroeder, Jeff 145, 157 Schroeder, John 183, 248 Schroeder, Par 130 Schroer, Julie 134, 248 Schuette, Lance 208 Schultz, Steven 178, 183, 248 Schulz, Tonya L. 248 Schumate, Eric 146 Schumer, Kimberly C. 248 Schwalje, Kevin 45 , 89 Schwartz, Jayme 131 Schweizer, Artie 126 Schwent, Matt 53 Scott, Brian A. 248 Scott, K. 178 Scott, Michael 18 1 Scott, Sterling 2 11 Scott, Wally 205 Seabaugh, Matthew M. 248 Sears, Andrew 218 Seavey, Geoff 79 Sebaugh, Andrea 189 Seidler, Eric V. 248 Sellmeyer, Julie 134 Sel ph, Matt 149 Sept, Douglas 195, 197, 248 Serban, Ch ristina 2 17 Seville, James 157 Sexton, William 137 Sfreddo, C hristina 135 , 249 Shackleford , Jeff 2 12 Shafer, Michelle 185 Shafer, Paula 173 Shah , Milan 137. 197

Shan, Ming-Yang 183 Shanor, Brian S. 249 Sharp, Dawn 135, 198 Sharpes, Kristi 154 Shaw, Aaron 119 Shaw, Berhanie S. 249 Shaw, Gene 137 Shaw, Jeffrey A. 249 Shaw, Tony 197 Sheidr, Ericka 197 Shepard, Scott 195 Shepherd, Scott 114 Sheridan, Joh n 121, 185 Sherman, C hris 139 Sherman, Suzanne 194 Shields, Chris 149 Shiner, Jeff 11 9 Shipley, Dan 128 Shmiddy, Mike 125 Shockley, Scott 249 Shoemaker, Michael 208 Shook, Jeffrey J. 249 Shook, Karen L. 249 Shooty, Lance 125 Sho re, Chris 53 Shortt, BradT. 249 Shreve, Chad 145 Shryer, Jennifer 155 Shulfer, Allen 122, 249 Shultz, Greg 59 Shundo, Ken 129 Shush, Jeff 125 Sidek, Rosalie 2 12 Simecek, Mark 197 Simmons, C hristopher 120 Simms, T.J. 114 Simones, Joe 155, 157 Simonton, Lyle 153 Simpson, Dan 53 Simrell, Robert D. 249 Sink, Kelly 141, 185 Sinner, James 67 Sipp, David 154 Sithivaraporn , Viroj 249 Six, Ron 200 Skelton, Jeni 220 Skel ton, Jennifer 183 Skikas, Steve 26, 125, 224 Skiles, Betsy 138 Skouby, Derick 223 Slackens, Andy 125 Smith , Ben 125 Smith , Bill 53, 54 Smith, Brandi 189 Sm ith , Cathleen 142 , 2 17 Smith, C hristopher P. 249 Smith, David 178, 249 Sm ith, Donna 138 Smith, Jeff 130 Smith, Joyce 154 Smith, Koby 181 Sm ith, Lynette A. 249 Smith , Patrick 126 Smith, Scott 194 Smull, Brad 143, 181 Smyser, Christo pher P. 249 Smythe, Patrick 131 , 210 Snethen, Leigh Ann 208 Snyder, K.C. 123 Soedarsono, Adik 202 Sokol, Mark 152 So lofra, Kevin 146, 174, 196 Sommerhauser, Mark 155 Sorensen, Craig 53, 88, 89 Sousa, Joe 53 Spasrorfor, Todd 125 Spechals, Maria 151 Spellman, Tim 205 Spencer, Brain 120 Spindel, Lisa 152 Spindler, Kevin 156 Spradling, Jim 124

Springs, Meredith 138 Spurgeon, Andy 149 Squibb, Steve 150 Sripongranakul , Tana 2 12 Sraechli ng, Nathan 121 Staley, Doug 152 Standley, Ted 145 Standridge, Chris 151 Stanfield , James 89 Starbuck, Jason 181, 191 Starbuck, Linda 198 Starkweather, Rory 197 Steck, Tina 151 , 157 Steen, Shawn C. 249 Steger, Ben 148 Steiger, Scott J. 249 Sreinkoerter, Jim 129 Stei nman , Becky 138 Steinman, Corey 124 Steinmann , Kurt 228 Steinmentz, Phil 139 Steinmetz, Keith 11 4, 177 Steltenpohl, Ben 123, 2 18 Steltenpohl, Jonathan 123 , 249 Stelzer, C hrissy 134 Stephens, Ed 226 Stergos, Matt 129 Steurer, Rick 127 Stevens, Korena 71, 178, 249 Stewart, Bill 130 Stewart, Dave 122 Stewart, Kalen 152 Stewart, Michael 173 Stewart, Peter Scott 249 Stewart, Scott 120, 224 Stiegemeier, Tom H . 250 Stiles, Lisa 135 Stirnemann, Steve 128 Stoessel, Bart 129 Stork, John 224 Stratman, Jaso n 122, 250 Stratman, John 122, 189 Stroik, Kristen 63, 134 Stroman, David 153 Strouse, A my 134 Struckhoff, Janice 135, 250 Stukey, Donald I. 250 Suddarth, Brad 11 9 Sudrajat, lwan 202 Sueme, Joseph III 137 Suki , Md. Shari! 202 Sullivan, T homas H. 25 0 Sumariwalla, Zubin 126, 174, 196 Summers, Natalie 141 Suolopoulos, Gregory 154 Sutherland, Justin 143 Suthiwong, Sukit 183 Sutterfield, Mandy 2 17 Sutton, Laura 197 Sutton, Rob 12 1 Svolopo ulos, Gregory A. Jr. 250 Swain, Damon 12 1 Swanbeck, Eric 59, 63 Swearingen, Eric 121 Swinford, James A. 250 Switzer, Craig 149 Swoboda, Scott A. 250 Szabo, Joe 174, 196

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Talken, Dave 122 Tang, Hoa 154 Tarpley, John C. 250 Tattershall , David 11 9, 189 Taylor, Andre 156 Taylor, C hris 156 Taylor, Daniel D. 250 Taylor, Kevin 12 1 T choukaleff, C hris 114 Tedesco, Bill 128 Teiken ,Justin 45, 174, 196

Teitelbaum, Sean 174, 196 Templet, Kristen 142 Tenholder, Brian 125 Tenney, Sara 220 Terb rak, Wendi 138 Terhune, Brad 143 Thebeau, Chris 153 Thiele, Steven 200 Thien, John 130 Thomas, Arnett 53. 137 Thomas, C heryl 183, 250 Thomas, Jessica 134, 185 . 189 Thomas, Leta 15 1 Thomas, Shawn 135, 198 Thompson, Brian 18 1 Thompson, Heather 135 Thompson, Keith 228 Thompson, Malcolm 53 Thompso n, Mike 197 Thompso n, Zachlyn 63, 65 Thone, Kim 198 Thorn , Chris 149 Thorton, Max 120 Tian, Peter 183 Tilley, Brian 53 Tilling, Aimee 141 Tilling, Aimee' 134 Titus, Jeff 59 Toebben, Aaron 139 Tolly, D eanna 209 Tomlinson, Gary 53 Toombs, Barret 139 Torbit, Jeff 155 Totton, Cynthia M . 25 0 Towle , Mike 127 Townes, Malcom 115 Trachsel, Darell 11 4 Tran, Paul 12 1 Tran, Quynh D. 250 Triplett, Eric 145 Tripp, Brandon 200 Truemper, Steve 116 Trull , C hris 122 Tseng, H siem C. 250 Tso ulfa nidis, Lena V. 250 Tucker, Michelle 142 Tuksal, Emre M. 250 Turan , Murat 146 Turner, Robert 2 10 Turner, Teresa M. 25 0 Tuskal, Emre 31 Tyma, John 120 Tyee , Rob 2 12

Uehling, James R. Ulrich, Jeff 79 Una! , Serdar 146 Unterreiner, Ryan Unzicker, Bill 75, Upchurch, Darrell Uphoff, C. 178 Upp , C hris 21 1

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Vaisvil, Ken 127 Valle, Jorge 59, 86, 152 Vallely, Brian 53 VanAcker, Jim 53 VanAsdale, Shawn 114 VanBuren, Kelly S. 250 Vande rgriff, Matt 139 VanDerWall , Robert 45, 46, 47 , 250 VanHoose, Robert 153 Varughese , Sheena 251 Vehige, Steven L. 251 Vemireddy, Prashant 251 Venezia, Nicholas J . 25 1 Venker, Dee 198 Venters, Steve 139 Yerman, Brian 118


Villines, Joe D. III 25 1 Vincent, Mike 129, 189, 197 Vinkemillser, Rudy 145 Visintine, Laura 135 Viviano, T im 129, 189 Vogt, Mark 2 10 Vollert, Katherine 15 1, 157,25 1 Volner, Scorr 18 1 Vornberg, Cathy 83 Voss, M. 178

Wacker, Bill 224 Wade, Nathan 79, 80, 8 1, 155 Wade, Ryan 67 Waggoner, Kara 147, 208 Waggoner, Stacey 154 Wagner, Jim 2 19 Wagner, Thomas 128 Wagoner, Jason 53, 79, ! 53 Wainscorr, Sterling 126 Wakeland, Paul !53 Waldoch, Jon 122 Walgate, Gregory 120 Walk, Pam 2 11 Walker, Esther 133 Walker, Shannon 11 8 Walker, Stacy 13 5 Wallis, Vicki 157 Wallock, Jerry 53 . 54 Walser, Shelly 14 1 Walt, Rena 63 Walters, Darren 39, 120, 224 Wan, Murdani Mohamad 251 Wan, Rui 183 Wang, Yiwan 25 1 Ward, Brenr A. 251 Ward, C hris 53 Wardojo, Erwin 156, 18 1 Warsnak, Rich 39 Weaver, Todd 67, 68 Webb, Adam 156 Webb, C indy 197 Webb, Lisa 173 Weber, Phillip J. 25 1 Weber, Steven 13 7 Wegman, Andy 79, 122 Wehmeyer, Emily ! 5 1 Wehmeyer, Marrhew 11 6 Wehmeyer, Pete 114 Wei!, Joe 122 Weiner, Scott 11 7 Weinhold, Joel 143 Weissmann, Ken 197 Welker, Jason 116 Wells, David 53 Wells, Heather 7 1 Wengler, Jason 129 Wentzel, Mike 120 Wenzel, Jeff 145 West, Jon 149 West, Sarah 134 Wester, Zeph 12 1 Westermeyer, Todd 53 Wetzel, Reuben 227,25 1 W hite, Jeremy 156 White, John 137 W hite, Lorie 7 1 W hite, Lucas 137 White, Travis 177 W hitehurst, Darren 114 Whitworth, J. 178 W hitworth, John 157, 183 W hitworth, John I. 25 1 W hyte, Kathy 191 Wicoff, Emily 177 Wieden, C raig 146 Wieseler, Brenda 156, 157 W igington, Tom 122 W ilde, C raig 122 W ildschuetz, C hris 45, 89 W ilkerson, Kate 18 1

Wilkins, M ichael 120 Willadsen, Shari 14 1 W illiams, Amy M. 251 Williams, Brerr 126 Williams, C hris 53, 178 Williams, C hristie 7 1 W illiams, Jason 143 W illiams, Michael 79, 80 Williams, Robert S. 25 1 Williams, Ryan 149 W illiamson, Brian 59 W illiamson, Keith 139 W illingham, Brian 146 W illis, Kendall 0. 25 1 Willmorh, Geoffrey 194, 197 Wilman, Laura 141,201 W ilpor, Mark 205 W ilpor, Ross 205 W ilson, Becky 48, 49, 50, 89, 90, 91 Wilson, Doug 149 Wilson, Forrester 124 Wilson, Jamie 128 Wilson, Jeff 79, 11 7 Wilson, Rob 128 Winham, Glenn 125 Winkelman, Patrick J. 25 1 W inkelmann, Nick 79 Winkle, Anica 135 Winkleman, Michael 137 Winkleman, Par 122 Winkler, C hris 154 Winkler, Jay 18 1 Winschel, Brain 143 Winserr, Steve 45, 145 W inslerr, Robin 126 Winslow, Jeff 75 Winters, N icole 135, 189 Wise, Mike 53, 54, 55, 79 Witt, David 119 W irr, Joseph 114, 25 1 W irrkop, John R. 251 W irrler, Scorr 11 6 Wohlgemuth , Deanna 198 Wokurka, Joe 122 Wonders, James I. 25 1 Wood , Denny 125 Wood , Lori D . 25 1 Wood , Nancy J. 252 Wooden, Eric 126 Woods, H enry Jr. 11 5 Woolfolk, Jamie 114 Worrell , C hristy 183 Woyrek, Jeff 79 Wray, Nicki 83, ! 5 1 Wrest, Darryl J. 252 Wright, Brian 53 Wright, Doug 2 11 Wright, Jeff 124, 220 Wright, Melinda 138 Wright, Patti 147 Wulf, John 120 Wulf. John E. 252 Wyarr, Greg 130 Wyzik, C raig 157

Yaiser, Amy 135 Yandav-O lney, Sheela 197 Yang, Jing-Shyang 183 Yehle, Ted 148 Yeomans, Karen 183, 252 York, Mia ! 56 Young, Dan 149 Young, Derek 2 10 Young, Nona 2 13 Young, Robert F. 252 Young, Russell 2 11 Young, Sarah 181 , 183 Young, Steve 45, 67, 89 Yu, Winson N . 252 Yukich, John F. 252

Yun, Dan ! 55 Yusof, Shahrul Azmi 202

Zainaladnan, Azmi Bin 212 Zbinden, Stacey L. 252 Zelada, G iuliana 190 Zerr, Brad I I 8 Ziang, Russell 53 Ziegle, Eric 87, 121 Zimmer, Chris 135 Zimmerman, Michael 152, 157, 252 Zion, Marrhew 145, 252 Zlatic, Mike 145 Zollars, Todd 67, 126 Zoroufchy, Amir R. 252 Z ung, Jennifer 183, 197, 220, 252 Z ung, Russell 121 Zung, William 59, 86 Z urbuchen, Mark 124 Zurowegle, Tim 155 Zwick, Mike 130 Zychiniski, Steven 120


Dr. Lance Williams

In closing, I'd like to dedicate this book to Dr. Lance Williams. For more than twenty years Dr. Williams has served as the Rollamo advisor. Many professors are advisors to campus organizations, but being an advisor to the Rollamo is truly unique. When most campus organizations wind down and cease operations at the end of the semester, the Rollamo is reaching critical mass. For as long as I can remember, the book has been finished just before the start of the Fall semester. For Dr. Williams, that means the summer is full of questions from stressed-out editors and confused publishers. Even when the book is finally finished there is no rest. The bid for the next book has to be written and sent out, editors and photographers have to be recruited, and next year's equipment and supplies must be bought. In addition to taking care of his teaching responsibilities, during the school year there are staff problems, money problems, and StuCo problems. As Often, Dr. Williams has been the voice of wisdom for a "green" staff. "Will this look good? Can we do this? How much will it cost?" are common and difficult questions to answer. And, in dealing with the publishing house, there are many technical questions that can only be answered by an experienced professional. Dr.Williams has always stood by the staff during difficult times like after the death of an editor in 1990. I, being the one who replaced him, especially appreciated Dr. Williams' concern, support, and encouragement. During the past four years that I have worked with him, I have found him to be a caring, helpful, and respectable advisor. In conclusion, I believe I speak for the more that 60,000 students who have received one of your yearbooks-thank you, Dr. Williams, for the hard work, patience, and diligence in helping us remember our years in Rolla.

Greg Teets, Editor-in-Chief Colophon Volume 88 of the Un iversity of Missouri-Rolla 1994 Rol/amo was printed by the Delmar Printing and Publishing Company of Charlotte, North Carolina. Layouts were done on Aldus PageMaker速 5.0 and submitted on disk to the publisher. Fonts used include Matura Script Capitals, Tekton, Gill Sans, Colonna MT. All trademarks and copyrights remain the property of their respective owners.