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E:XCE:LSIOR . ~

1982


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We would like to dedicate this, our college yearbook, to children. First of all to the children of the New Ulm area whom we know so well through observing, tutoring, and student teaching and secondly to the children out there somewhere who will someday be our stu路 dents. This yearbook is for them with the hope that they will never go unappreciated.

I believe the children are the future. Teach them well and let them lead the way. Show them all the beauty 1hey possess inside, Then give them a sense of pride To make it easier. Then lei the children's laughter remind us Of how we used to be.

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SENIORS 17 FINE ARTS 29 UNDERCLASS 39

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FACULTY 73 STAFF 79

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HOMECOMING ' 81 The ~·eek ol October 4 • 10 ~s dcs:1gru1ed as Homecoming •911 thic; y~r . And wa• U ei.•c.rW)mcthlngt The lhtmt for lht- Wl'°fk wu,. "l.incer11 In Space." 01.1r journey through \p.ace b<-gan by launching the frohmen ln10 col1ege life 1hrough lnhi;)tlon. The:y ihould be commended for thctr cnthu.siasm .>nd spJnL Ai tht wee!.. progtt'S~d. the eollf'ge orbhcd 1roond d;ty1 ol weird dre\s1 long nighb of l100il building .lnd cl!dlout. ski1 praetiCes. The l•ncer ship

ltlnded on Saturday followed by a parilde, game ilnd b:lnquet Although tht g;\1T1e didn't go too ¥1eU, the b.1nque1 and fes1ivi1i~ ;ifter lifted the '>pirits o·( all The sophomorns pl;iced first ln bo1h 00011 otnd spirit. All In ..11. Homt.'<oming 1

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MOMENTS AS WE LIVE THEM

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CHRISTMAS AT DMLC

Upon returning from Thanksgiving vaa1ion, Chrislmaâ&#x20AC;˘ prepara1ion seemed to begin 1mmed~tely Choirs and ~nds began frenzied prac1ice. Decorauons went up throughout 1he dorms and campus. Chris1rms cards flooded the mail room and <e>me s1ereos even pu1 fonh Christmas carols. finally it all conduded w11h egm., the concens. and 1he eagedy awa11ed depanure for vaca11on.

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Snow Carnival

Some may think that DMLC is lull of music, but during Snow Carnival we were engulfed more than usual in the "Sounds of Music.'' This theme was well carried out in the snow sculptures, class skits, and entertainment. Unfortunately, Queen Beth Schibbelhut had no conference basketball game to preside over because of the snow. Rather, I he campus waâ&#x20AC;˘ rrea1ed to an intersquad game complete with routines by Colorguard and Pom-Pons. Snow Carnival '62 will be long remembered for its unique traits.


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Mid- Year Graduation On December 18, 1981 1en s1uden1s gnduated wi1h a Bathelor of Science degree on educa11on Rev. David Gosdcck wa> the •pe~ker for this occasion. He gave 1he graduates this thought to remember: "Take hold of life." Congratubtions to the cb»

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College Choir

Under the direction of Prof-essor Hermanson, the College Choir, along Noth thrt'I' othN choirs, exists for the purpO>C of praising our lord with song. Besides singing in the regular concf.'rts, the choir oHicially represrnts thr college and Its music program on their yCJrly tour The tour this year went out East to spread the Gospel Message to the consrCIJMlons located In that area.

Coll<"K.- Chol! I 1on1 Rnw, I C> r, J \Vlntrr, 8 Wr1rrl, l Knutrl, 0 \chr•mm, I Volz, R Rlthttiuht·t , J An1hony, k . Lrot'Mt'r, 0 Ku\kt', K. J.>nke, l. lhon1p ..on, f) Gronhol1, J.

o \c hlf·' .1. J t11n1n, /\ \.clC>eJt•nt,utch. O lto\b.tch, J. MtGh11hy, \V rC>l'bk~. 1- \uooa, J Mut>nth, M. lhJJ~I, l). Mt1<lt,r_ 1ak, ~ M;ut!n\.Oo. fourth Row· I(, Lrhn\ln, 1\ lot•rwh, C

ldilrow, M. . Nt•urnt1nn. S<-coad Row: l Steiner. T. Gaub, J, )chlrnvoKt, C. ~lr.llkbeln, J K;albu,, l Mllh•f, c;. MJ('r11, C. Sloan, I. Luehring, I. Hetbt'k, l. Ot<eknlann, C locr~ch, K Kt.•11, l Albrrcht, I) f ut•r'li1t•11Ju, S Tomh.JVt". Third Row , C \t1nn{"nhPtM, 0 S< htCM"dt•r

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Cholptil Chatr: 0. QuK.·k. T, Puc hop, k_ \< h,f>t.,.h•1 , (J tl.1mp1on. k'.. Sonnt.tg, M, BurK'!i\ 0 (,NirMr. \. 8Nli•f, R. Ruthhf•fMt'r, A /.a~t·ll ~ ~ . T~i.tt\1.•r, f, \,lloltlrri,, J. Cuttl'l,' \(:f'u•1htf. W 8.a< krr, k , T1111 kt", It l tH>t '-• P. rJf"l(•nt.1 ti.: , W111t h~c-, M Vrnlurtt, T. Ytlng~•n.

In thr!'C• rrh!'Jr~I\ each week, the Chapel Choir perlC?CtS Jnthems ol pr~ Se ~nd psalms ol thanksgiving to enhanCIC the Thursday chapel services. Professor Shilling arranges much ol the music which they sing In chapel, concerts, and area church service' Auditions arc open 10 anyon<' ln1crcMcd and are held In both Spring

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Coll<'l(e Chot•lt: N , Be<k, \ , Hon>, A Ronk, C. xlwr~n, T Wtll•nll<"r.. R Bilbic, C. D•hl\~. A t>t-rmitn, \ , •tu~, P M.nr~fl. ~ . Mn1nt'r.1 . Mt1hf, C.. Prtndot•. C 8tt1 1 J Ctkell, C ltmle, l . P<>l•n-.y, 8 R1chmond, J. R°""nth•I. 8 . V•llMly, 0. Vulr, J. Hildebrand1, 0 . Drews, 0 . Crun~·.tld. 0 . Luebbe, R. Sp1cg~lb<-r~ 8 , S.reni. \\r Henn13, l. Kltrrtow, M K10t~1lrm. S lrhnt-t. R Schw•ndt, ~ Schv.·.wtr, I< . Prtcf', C 'tchlc:lc:, B Arndt, 1 lllnll, I) 1•nK<'. ) Ol•kl, I B°"rnt•ke, ~ . 10..ph \ kn<h, k lutkw•ldt, l Ptnkow, 0 Ruekh'. K. Wirt.moil, k l~ni(er, M Alwl, C Arnd1, ll Olrd~nbttndc."r, 5. Duff, J. l<•nt, J. Koellc-t, A l<uehn , 0. Pecerson,, 0. Russ.ert, l. Schub:, L ~toert1ngcr 1 P. lrmkt!,

Professor Bartel's College Chorale, tic large$! choir on campus, prepares many anthems to use at concerts and 01 ar<>n rhurche\. Highlighting the r<>ar was a trip 10 Redwins to celebrate the 40th annlvcr~ry ol th<' church located there.

~1 . S..rtht-1" 8 Bt-nnr11, J l•nJ•ittH, R. Gu.;1, c. Kut'd.M , l Pn"-f'f1ng. l , ~hmidt , 8 , BOclf. l , Bu•hholt, ll . t hlc·rt , 0 , f 1n\..~ A Hor~rm.nn. C. k:olhow. I M04•llf"f. l. ,,.._.,111 ~ . P•nt01on. 1- Wttttl , V '"n<.lt. S , lonn, k. \toltenbt>rg, I Chn\ltn~n. l . lpplr, H,

t-bns.en. R.. Rcbc.-r1,C. VCHs, T W~n('r, 0. fis.r:her,K SchWirt7, F, 10\.), 0 8ft.'d~ndic-k, l .

MrNt-dl, T Plc-p.-t, W SU•lnb('tl 1 M Mund\loc-k, A '°i7,IO, J Hitlwlg, 0, l<r•l.N', C. 'i<hlrrl, l) DorlRrt, \ Monror, 11 Rot'mhlldt, M ...ltv«d•I, 8 \thorl, 8 , \1 hw•rk , !) ihr-h, R. llmm, J \c h1tll1, J. \c·b11ld,. M Winkler, P Grlt•pt:1nlfOK, IA \thul1 1 \ , \ft"\C•tl, P Wildo. P. llatkb•rth, D. Kol•ndrr. 1. 1'1eu1•hr. W. Br.nd, 1. Rrondt


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TR!Bll CHOIR » M Cr•b<-r, I \\'•lt..n, S. lu<"d1ko, M. lr1bl, C. xh•rd1n, D k ..~. C RiMtl"ffrld, l . Ed,tcln, R ~wo1ll. 1' , Arnold, V. Pucht'r, P Holzhul'tt'r, 8 fr.tillna, R. Orvi,, ll , \chillinst. ,~ =1111·,, k . \\loftt, J. \nlofri>, I, I lt•m1ih1fl, J M.immtl, c; , PrMhrr- 0 , \w•nwn, J ~trt hmiln,., I firo'"''• C. 8.1ucr, 0 , Yt>tkMln, K . r lrl!.hoff, K, U111u•r , I., Wit k.-r1, I . Kl11m•nn, K. ).llci~. N W<lke. O. Spr•ln, K. Youns. c; Wine, O. Schuh1, .\ . 'JMude, J

kind•. C. laesch... C fin~. D Buu, M. S<h.,hl•, P. llubbord, L. Pu11, N. llolm. D

I uhrNn. ~ . Krankh, J Slwt;. A 8t-tfU4"n. 0. Ro-.c-Nu. D l•nRf'. S. Mtouw1nh, 8 . 81rhf't, M . M l plTlil\.t~r , l »t;ilbt-f. !. XhtorrlK-tJC, 8. Oc>rltt•"f, ._ !illobt:·I, ti. . Pochop. t , l\tuqM, C. 1..h,,,.n. K. ""' ...." · .. Koepl.•, p_ filbet, c . CAdr. \ Old<•. k . Ramkl, L. Mall~. T. ~tenner~ J., f'teik, ~·. Bernt'f. K. Stob. R. Schult, R. fl11trr, , , ~row, k . \mlth. l . 8rhlmM, 8 L•urr'4oif , J kurfh, [) ~n11rh . C. Lt-Int, A Ttitlf'r , A. l.,.bt,, T, Toh«I!,, R l>t'onl~t•t , J_ Mry1•r 1 t . RorK~Jrtl , 8 Jrlc:k.t-, ~. llotlhrxtl., I \pfl"M,~·lhrrM . 1 , /o1hn, ,\

Composed of 160 ~iris, \<\rs. Schubkegel's two 1rcbl!' choirs' membNs practice twice a week to perfect their highs and lows. The travelling c hoir goes out 10 area churches 10 perform their songs of praise. llandbells also work wi1h lhl' cho1r for sprcial l'ffl'cls

\llolll, M lro11•, l. AMI. l. lu.,hk• I( . Stoegb>ut'f. N hpp, "I Heller, J hn1r, C. lildwiR. <i , Limmenmnn, T Dunn, K. Ben~. K St~f'fl, 9. ~hne1det, 0. Uhlhotn, K. Rl'<llU>. K. C-nh... S. Sthm1•1, l ~1r1·by, 8. \l~Rl•r, E S..ldl, \ C•rl, S S•>r, S. lindm•nd. I) t'lc.kau, t>. lhon\P"On, J Ulrlth, C> Ktn•<hl'"I, S. Zu11rcl11•r, ~ Brtk~r. C. fh~drm.1nn, \ C.tnyu, M KnubOn, T. Sp t•th.'I. T Thom;H, l 4 ~lrberl. I<. K .iu~. K Rusch, k. Wt"rnt'r, k , KluM. R. l(ru~t.r, M .. Zimm<"r"""""· A. Xhult:t, E 8afgf'. M Ctr.a.lo, C.. Rubin, k. Nrl..on. A , 1 or1rrw)n, V Brt·.,~ltf , E. \p•udr, R. PC'lt"frNnn, A Mthnf"rt, S- Cl1l.ay..1y, C , 4'<.hubl c:"'"

1•1. 11 , Kulu. C. hl>h<on, -,- G<-ofR, ~. lloogh. J. l•lnbt.~-••, 8 '"'••••di. I. Ruh!•nJ, 9 T..utrb<rg, I 8'1Jmt1M••,,.., , t. KO<'lle, 8 . \ch1<onl.rr, K WrlVNNI,

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lti("hft"f'. V . kr~nk~ . S. 8~~. 8 Pt•erton, 8 . 8ri11ow>w, 0. S.rn~ . C. Ross.n. /\, kf'tvrn, ( . W1lkf'o\, R , Komr~'f, k . \\'41cti~~. I. Rc-nnPr, R . T11l•l.11


Symphonic Band

a...!Mt.........:L \\idt'fl, T Y~ I \\~nd. ~ \\ ..eta•, T. Thomn,~ "1~1-.:r,H Uepttl. A. \\M>~, ~-Ru.di. T.PO<hop, T tiou.B. buet.d<wf, ~ l.:futt." GrU,,,1, R P°""1h.O Krenk... o Furrn.....,, I Will<U, C. Pb1h. R. fLll<'f, 0 Okll. C. Rubin, k . RCMMb=r.,, 8 T•ott·bttg.1.. &.nde<, S. Sch•ubofa. l. ~nix,r. T. Uhn. S Gin¥o, 8 T C.ub, S Wolff. 0 Bnnorr, P. lonk•. 0. ScMling. J KW.n. M Mopm•''"· R.Kruegei, E. Br°"'"· 8 8.tU<f, l. N..uz, 0 IC_...,, J.Lindt-m.m, S. Voigt, K. K.0. T Hun1, T, K•"ulk•. 0. xhroeder,R xhuh1, A, .._lock11rm, C. H.lnkwhz, l. ~•di. G F~n~tt, ~ . Snnlh.1-. \\~s.l~h.au•. A LU>\,. R. lindcm.tnn. R. P1n'>kl. J Neujilhr, l. Abel, IC, Loet'<"h. k , Ru,.h, I> Ru....,.. J. Br>dtk•, 'I tlnk, P ~<·hlolf, K Wa<dt>ll, K. W•1Chk•. l. Moller. C. Hendrid..-.n, C. K.1mmu•ll<'f

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The spPCial pep band once aRain aided the students in cheering on our lancers. Under Dave Kocster's direction, they faithfully played for the football games. During ba<ketball season, Jon Ziesmer led the band at all the home games.

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Ememble Memb<>n: L Wickert, T. Y""8&""· 8. Welg•nd, K. W.rchko, J. Ml?}or, H. l..,,.,,t. "· Wonzcl, s. "IOS<>, D. fuersreNU, ~ Wllll1z. c. ~1h, R._ F1it1er. 0. OhkJ, C. Rubin, k. Rmenbi.um, 8_ Teuteberg. 8_ Pelerwn, T. Glub. S. WolH, D. Bernief".P. Lemke, 0 . SchilMng. E. Brown, L \,;:pi7_ 0 l(o.est-eir. I li~n. S Vof9t. IC J(,cll, T Munt. T Kawn..e, 0 S<hroeder, R. Sehult2, C. f=•n-J<.•, K.1'mlth,J. W~~haus, A. l..wb$. R Pm>kl, J. Neu1Jhr. l. /J>cl, K. ltu<eh, D. Rll>Sffi, N . Bock, P. Sohlalf, K WordeU, ~, W•tchk•. L. Millor. 8. Scli.'bbt!lhu1 E. s.ru.-r. C H•nrl•k•on. C. K.iimmurller.

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Carnival!


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This was the story of young and naive Lili {Beth Schibbelhut) who comes to Schlegel's Imperial Cirque to find a job. There she becomes the rope in a tug-of-war between the suave magici;in Marco Uason Muench) and the crippled puppeteer Paul (Kurt Rosenbaum). Lili, although infatuated with Marco, much to the disgust of Marco's mistress Rosalie (Lisa Jeske), makes Paul's and Jacquot's (Keith Schroeder) puppet show a success. True love, of course, wins out as Lili finds happiness with Paul. Anne Demsien directed the show to its tremendous success. Laurie Miller was the pro-

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tainment! And an intimate sharing of literature, sharing between an audience and the reader! That's what Reader's Theatre is all about. And on lanuary 31, 1982, the five readers showed the audience just that. The cast member's tulie Willitz, Pam Eisinger, Sue Benzel, Karie Watcke, and Deb Lightfuss presented material to the theme of "Communication links." The Performance was very well done and all who contributed should be commended.

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Collegiate Council

Tht' council ont"e again did a grea1 job of organi1_ing 1he activhies for this year. They "'elcomed the freshmen, and oversaw 1he preparation for Homecoming. The Christ ma~ par1y. Snow Carnival ac1iv111es and many oth..,. un ht' auributed 10 the hard work of 1hese students. fltO'<l RO\\ , L. to 11 ; D. Xhlttt. 111.' 7imrnrrm.tnn, l Albttth1. 0 Xhr•mm. t-1 f-i.in\l!n. C. Boll. k. Ro-

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Chapel Committee

This group is one oi the busiest on campus. They prepare the chapel lor worship, not once, but twice daily. As in other years, they decorate the chapel with many wall hangings and their bulletin boards with inspiring displays. MEMBERS: M t ..bl, K Bremer . D. Sprâ&#x20AC;˘m. S. Sp;rudr, l. Steeby. f. Sp;iude, R. Use.

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Children's Theater

Children's Theater was very active again 1his year. In the !all, they went to see a professionally performed play. They performed a skit ror the Chrls1rnas entertainment. Then this spring they put on their annual production. As usual, it was well done.

Drama Club

Drama Club started this year with a change in routine. They had their big musical production, "Carnival!", in the fall. This success was followed by the spring production which was Shakespearean. Bo1h performances required much lime and effort, but were well worlh It. (Due 10 unforeseen problems, the Spring play was not produced, as we have here stated. We hope to see one next year.)


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Sign Language Speaking with your mouth is not 1he only way 10 get a message across. This club's members learn to .. talk .. wuh their hands, In order to communlate wrth those wh o an not hear There are beginners, 1ntermed1ates, and advanced classes. ll is • gre.tl help for future teachers to help the hearing impaired M1'48lR\,hon1 1l-.lto"' Hughft.V Amdt,R-"'o W ~nnbffa. lo. . \\oil-. A HootiNn. l "<>ue; R-Thrtt: ~ Xtl<-rr....g. I. Kinch. G. K•"""""""', T \\ ~b«g. O. Sulzlr, •~ low \Jd.t"ntil~e) N 1.A\11ow, C. B'~rmnn . V. Arnett.

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Organ Club Org•m Club explores another side of the organ - the side 1hat doesn' t Involve practice. They learn about how organs are built. how 1hey work, and how to 1une them. This year 1he group took trips to South Dakota and the Cities, sponsored a European organist, and ga•e a recital of their own.

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Camera Club Camera Club is an organization which takes develops, and displays hs own pictures. Club members are laught how to take beHl!r prclures and how to develop 1hem. The picture of the month is chosen from the members' photos and displayed in the library. MEMBERS: C. Lehman, J. Gordon. A. Szeto, K. Ludr:waldt, A. Dohm, D. lightfuss. K. Kr<>l!ger, 8. Scharf.


S. U. Board The Student Union Board is in charge of the upkeep and activities in the S. U. This year electronic games were added in the game room, and the TV moved to the lounge. They also sponsored the Entertainment Night in the Round Table, and the many S. U. tournaments. S. Scber-zbe1g, J. Ashent'Ndter, 8 Scmidt, T. Schleef, P. P>wenluss. S. Porer, E. Sauer,

S. Jocob, M. Mw>d$rod<. P Eidlec, A<Msor K. P>sch

Art Club Art Club members have lots of fun working with scissors, glue, paint, and crayons. They are in charge of the Art Show, which features creations by students on our campus. Their Christmas cards were a real help to all of us who didn't have enough time to shop. Th«y •bo visiteu art museums in the Cities. Plans for the future include a calendar of student art illustrating campus scenes. Clod<wise from left: 0 . Schulrz, 0 . llghrluss, K. Ar· nold, S. Koch, K. Strobel, W. P•lmrag

Pro Musica Pro Musica is another of the many musical organizations on campus. Unlike others it concerns itself with early music, such as 1hat from the Middle Ages and Renaissances. Members have access 10 authentic inStruments, such as recorders, crumhorns, variou1 small percussion, and othco. Under Miss Kresnicka's advisorship the group provided entertainment for the Boar's Head Feaste and several Churches. The Abbey Minstrels also made an appearance on campus and gave the group some valuable pointers. MEMButS: D. LM>gc, T. Llhn, l. N.WZ, J. Curtis, B Be.nneu. C. Kammueller. J. Delik.at, D- Fisc:·her

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Pom Pons The Porn Pon girls perform rou1mes for all the home men's football and basketball games, pep lests, several women's games, and sell tickets at

the games, Captain Beth Schibbelhut and 1he girls make half-lime in1eres1ing and fun for the specta1ors, who see sixteen talented girls perform for them. Before we see lhe routine, the girls pick our a song; several of them make up a routine and teach it to the others. After about six hours of prartice a week, we see the finished product or these diligent girls. Behr~nn. I Sch~1hu1; Back row, 1. 10 r.; K, Tide, 8 linl., 0 Knuth, B \\. Oo<n, J. Mocller, J B.,-ge,.,.,,n. K. Ramkk, C. Schubl.egel, E. l lucdtl<e. A. Z.b<-11. J Bo•rn•I<•. R O..nnif<tt

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The Pep Club has 1he very big job of organizing everything that goes on during Homecoming Week. This Includes decorating the gym for the banquet, planning the spirit days, judging the class skits, finding judges for the floats, and organizing the parade. Without the rep ClulJ t•~i"K 1.••ue of everything, Homecoming would not be nearly as fun. The Pep Club always helps the cheerleaders in supponing the various athletic reams on campus. Who are Pep Club membersl The whole student body.

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AV Club The Audio-Visual Club Is directed by Dave Hosbech. Bill Scharf i> Vice Di rec1or, and Kim Kraus is SecretaryTreasurer. This club is 1he force behind almost every aC1 ivity on campus. They run lights and sound for football and basketball games, Lyceums, and chapel. Dramatic productions and entertainment shows oflen require special effects. The club is able to do their job more efficiently with the use of new sound equipment purch..ed this fall, which consists of a new stereo amplifier, speakers, and a tape deck. front row, I. 10 r G. tommu<'llet D Hosbx:h. K. Kr.1m I Oehkn. 8Kk row. I 10 r.: 8 Sch.>rf. 0 TriK')'. 0 M~p.ik

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shoner poles and new nags, which allows for a greater variety of moves. Six returnees from lasl year and four freshmen make up the squad. Besides exciting roulines, the Color Guard does a present for the National Anthem a1 both football and baske1ball games. They also had a fun time marching in the Homecoming Parade.

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L-Club l-Club 1s an organization designed for male varsity letter winners in the DMLC athlehc program. This club sponsors the annual Minnesota District WELS volleyball tournaments and are in charge of the concessions at all sports activities. Olllcen; M \.i~nch,

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Bowling Club

The Women's Athletic Club is an organization made up of women who panlclpated In lmers~huid>tiL >pu1 t>. Thi> l. Behrman. M. Poch, and R. Neumann make up this years officers are three talented sophomores: l . Biller, J, year's officers of the club. They try to meet at least Putz, 8. Klockziem.(I to r) once a week or whenever possible. Anyone is invited to be a member regardless of experience.

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ON THE WAY TO THE GOLD

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The uncer football \e,uon ended wnh a 4-4 record. The l.tnCNS "'l're deah narrow defeat. in se~eral gamc.-s benuse the team failed to pby consistently. Yet, the glory of the ~n came on October 24 n our uncers defeated the NWC Troians in a 22 - 19 match. This marked the fir\t such victory in lancer football histor). Congra1ula11ons on a well done sea~nl

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RUNNING TO THE RAINBOW'S The 1981 Cross Country 1eams ran as much as 1hey coulrl to rPach thP Pnrl of thP r;1inbow Coach

Boehlke had good reason to be proud or his learns. The girls had a numerous learn wi1h many freshmen runners which helped grea1ly. They will be a delino1e advan1age nex1 year. The men, al路 !hough few in number, still ran their bes! and gave ii all they had. WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY路 C. Rubin, S. Jacob, C. Reno, B. Jaster, C. Koeller, W. Palmtag, K. Martin, S. Schonberg, B. Teu1eberg, ). Wetzel, C. Arnold, 1. Matuszak, J. Kant. MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY: T. Kirkman, J. Rade=n, T. Rouce, L. Nozie, J. Muench.


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Men's Basketball

J.,m M"mbtm. a.ck L. to R. Cooch Gof\lln.,, D Occhl.f. J. Ze•mer, J. UN:.,, T. P1ep<'f, P Th..,,,,.Jdt, k Lehm•n. Coach Micheet Front: O. Schuhz, T k~sulke-. C. Dll¥tS. J,. Robimon, R. Rf'beh.

O~pite losing all five of last years starters, the team still had alot of talent. Even though there were many new people on the team, it was still a physically hustling and hard-playing team. As ln the past, when they play to the b~t of their ability, they put on a very exciting game.


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The LancNettes started this •l!<l\On w11h a •eteran ream. Adding \Orne new members, 1hey looked good They were a turd-playing team, with good rebounders and balanced shooting from all members. While rhey didn't always "'in, the R•me. ,..er<' g<'n<'rally close and well-fought baules.

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The bncerenes had a very good sea""' 1h1< ~""' They fon,.h•d w11h • 16 - 10 record, 3-2 in conference action. They went 10 1he state tournament and took fourth place. They also received a berth in the AIAW Region 6 01111sion Ill tournament. They advanced to the quarterfinals before they had 10 qui• This was the fi!'11 time that our girls have gonen 1his far. Good Jobi

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B;uletball Cheerle41ders

These hardworking girls sure add a lot of pep to the crowds at games and do a great job supponong our lancer teams. The" work doesn't stop after games. either The cheerleaders plan all those fun and exciting things that we get to do at pep rallies. They make posters for the gym walls during basketball season. Th.llnl.s to them, this school has alot of spirit and pep.


Women/s lntramurals

.' Sening a baske1balll

lnlramurals give every s1udent a chance to compete in quire a number of different sporu. ric路 lured here are mostly volleyball snapshots, but women's intramurals provides for participation in softball, basketball, badminton, and tennis, 100. The best thing about intramurals is taking a break from all the menial activity and working up a good swear over something fun. It's so relaxing and the c:ompo:1i1ion is fun. The officers of the Women's lniramural Spons Association for the 1981-1981 school year put a lot of work inlo 1he program to make it work for the rest.


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THE FRIENDSHIPS WE REMEMBER

Top left, clockwise: 1. Friends and crazy times! 2. Summer strolling. 3. Graduation and a farewell to friends; 4 . Klaudia remembers.

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MISTAKES THAT WE REGRET

Top left, clockwise: 1. A haircu1 in 1he new barber shop. 2, Munchy lime, J,

Papers and typing, YUKI 4. Snow, snow go away!

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THE MANY HAPPY MOMENTS

Center left. dockwi<e: 1. Fro.ty from Children's Th~ter Christmas skit, 2. S1111n11 for the LadiP• Auxiliary, 3 Freshmen muching during 1n1ti· atton, 4 The footb.111 victory over the NWC Troians!

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WE NEVER WILL FORGET

Top left. clockwise: 1 The music manRich 2. Color Guard porformâ&#x20AC;˘ l. Co, Prof. Koestler! 4. Readers Theatre for all

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Top left, clockwlsl': 1. Signing your Irle away 10 DMLC. 2 The bh1:zard of '82 and I hl' urs we an't find. 3 Gloria in the Messenger room-111.hat memorresl! 4 I'll bet Laurel can't wartl 5 Ping pong-the hard way! 6. lntramurals Shoot Mir.am, shoo1 1

THE MEMORIES THAT WE HAVE

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OF MAKING NEW AND HAPPY ONES TO SHARE WITHIN THE HEART

Top right, clockwise: 1. Old friend>, 2. And new friends. 3.

Musical friends and 4 . Friends 10 be made in 1he future

Cover design done by Billy Barich, Grade 4

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