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ORGANIZATIONH

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SPORTS

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the Lord your God wHh all your heart, with all your soul a11d all your mfnd.

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Love your neighbor as yO.Jrs~lf. - Matt. 22 :.39 With thes~ two eorrmarids, Chr1sl sumrr arized t he aw for us. It is with these in mind that w~ can say we are Friends with Cl-ristt Friends In Christ.

Friends w'th Chr Lst 1 1 is demot'lstrated by the fact that we are here. It is the love of God fot us and our love for Him that has moved us to ~n ter inlo the preach I 1q rrinistry and t "lercfo1c to attend Northv.'estern Col l eg~ rn preparation for t"ial gca l. 11

Frrends In Christ " is shown b)' all of the thlngs we do together as a campus family# in classes, extracurtlcu lar activities and jus t cvcr~day lli.dng. Se ldom is there strifo aris ing among fell ow students. 11

ll Is these aspeets of CIUr campus Ufe that the 1 78 Mnema wlshes to show. Therafore this thPme, Friends with Christ, Frle11ds Jn Christ, has been adopLed, the theme given to our sc"ool yc:ir In the opening service. But it Is tlue not onJ~, of this year..< but e1.1ery year that the school has been il nd wi 11 be 1n ope-raUon. For ti ls we thank 4.1riid pra 1se liod.

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ACTIVITIE


HOMECOMI Homecoming '77 began .as usua l with lhe classes preparing theoir f Ioats, dec:orati n~ the carrpi.Js, and the Frosh uns1J1:c:essful ly tryfnq to Plude thf Sophorror c;. The car smash and p p ra lly got C\'Pryo11e 111 tie mood for Homecomlrg week •11d. Aft~r Lhe entertainment and th~ crnvmf 1g of Uc QL.ccn, ovcryon~ went outside for tt-ie tr~dltiona l burning of Lhe 1 N '. Finally lhc big day arrived and students and alumn i tumed out to watch the footba l I game. In ari e:r:clllng and well-~ layed gamP. , lh Trojan!:: defoated theo DML C Lan c:ers 2 l-13 .

TOP RIGHT: Larry Olson and Mar~

Portl niPr ar.-. cro•Nned klng and

queen.

TOP LEFT= Senior float.

BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Thompson joi ns In Lh fun.

BOTTOM RIGHT~ Burning of the "NI


TOP LEFT: Frosh fcarn '•\lh:lt NWC Is realty Iike.

MIDDLE LEFT: Junior's float. BOTTOM LEFT: Cupid? BOTTO M RIGHT : Even deans get ln,tiated. MrnDLE RIGHT=Arnie, deari, Too.


WI TER CAR IVAL High spirits and beaut IFu I weather combined to rr ake this

year's Winler Carnival ~moll 01 success. Ttiere 111ere nta'ly fine

ice sculptutes, but nono could corrpare with the Seni01 s " Franenslein{ whicn easily took frrsl

place.

T~1e

c:omp~li-

U.M.O.C.

11on was c lose , but after a ll the votes were

counted, Mark Freier

had wen tn~ honor of being Northwr stern 1s 11 ugliest 11 man, On Saturday the buckets tearr. defeated Maranatha 81-7 5. Finalfy, t lC en t.crtainmcm t that nIght provided a Fantastic ~nd to an ~njoy~

able v•eek.

TOP RIGHT: Tbe Senior's masterpiece. ABOVE: ''Lost In Space'' MIDDLE RIGHT: "The Bug Tliat Ate Notth.,.•,~stern . 1

BOTTOM RIGHT: Greg Schulz

Ensemble.

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l~:lds th~

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TOP LEFT:

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Di~

Nase'' charms his audience.

TOP RIGHT~ 11 Ac,u3 ~n 11 teaches a nev.i electrve at Northwestern.

BOTTOM LEFT; Soph candidate - " Der KrJnge1 11 BOTTOM RIGliT: R2D2


ARBOR DAY

TOP RIGHT: The Juniors get organ I zl?d ABOVE~

The Sophs are eager

to start.

BOTTOM RIGHT: This ooks Ii ke as good a spot as any.


0 RGAN 1

RECITAL T~c otgan ~ludents of bath CollegL' arid Prep dlsplaye'd their lalcmls In il pub Be reef la I this Spring to tlu~ enjoyment of a11 who attended. A Iong wi th \hose _pl ctured, Ma,X AlbrecH,

Pa.ul Schulz:, Jeff Sec-low,

Gr1;;9 Otterstatter,

r1~11ark

Hoe11-

eckc, Dennis Slrong and Torr Bauer also participated.

TOP LEFT : Mark Wilde.

BOTTOM LEFT: Kem'l Amborn. ABOVE: Brue e Marggraf.


A MIDSUMMER IGHT'S DREAM

The Forum Soclet~ of N()rlhwestcm College took on a big chal lenge th is yPar. Their decision to undertake such a difflcu lt play was ama1lno to gomc and questioned by others. But as 1Ne saw 1 "the Dtcarr 1 was a success and perhaps si· O'Ncd that Shake spearc Isn L du 11 arid bor,nq, bL t exo illn9 and challe119lt1~.

WI Lh a casl of twenty and a product 1on crew of thi rty~ a1J undc: r the direction of

Arucc BcckN ~ tn~ Forum Society conlinued in its tradition of pres~nll'lg drarna on a level of '"hich al I could be

proud.

ABOVE : 11 For rreth inks I arr rnarvelollS h.a Iry abcul the face.

TOP RIGHT: ''Be-hold, the ja1•1s of dark ness do devour it up.• •

MIDDLE R~GHT: 11 And loosed his lovP. shafl srrart ly Fron I is bow. 1 1

BOTTOM RIGHT: 11 Come 1 fa(r Hlppofyta. 11

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The comse of true loYe ncvN did n n

BOTT01"1 LEFT: Tl is Ian 1orn dotli the horrcd 1

prc~nnt.

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TOP RIGHT: 11 And lhrou gh WCl 11 's th ink ; po1>t sou Is, they are content to whisper. ' BOTTOM RlGl-iT: 11 ff we offend, It Is with our good

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OT A HAM D OF GO EL OF CHRIST: FOR IT IS THE OWE 0 OD U TO A VA 0 TO EVERY ONE HAT ETJIEVETH. RO,M ANS 1: 6 1

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MAY 17, 197

Pe1.er Parii lzke: Or;itlon tn the Field of Religion - ''Rcjoi ce with Our Lutheran Bretheran 'n

South Afr i c.a. 11

Jeffrey Scha Hert: Oration In the F l e~d of Humanities - 11 TL1tankhame11. 11 Class Hymn: God1s We:rd Is Our Great Heritage

The final march ••• bagrnnln9 ... and i?ncl.


SE IORS


Kellh Mnrc Amborn

East

Tro~;

Wis.

Male Chorus 1-5 r

Scola Canlomrn 1, 2i

Band 1-4; Pep Baria l, 2; C~ ope I Orgariisl

3-5. Serr.

Mark Barenz Hartland 1 Wis .

Football l-4LT nnis 2 · Thousand Yard

dub 3; Hockey l-4i IM 1s l-4; SYl 3,4;

Frnc Jurnpin_g 2· Ta.c Ii: or no Tn.ckl~. Serr.

Bruce Becke' Phoenix Arizona

John Bec:k

Lake Genc\•a, Wl s •

Tennis

Baskelbal I 2-4; lm' s

1-4;.,Male Chorus l4; Svl 3 ,4; Neil

.3 4; Forl m l - 4 r Sec. - Treas. 3 / Pres • 4~ Kltchie 1-3 , Head I

Young; REO Speedwaqon Fanath:: Club l-3i Ch ap Trlek 4; Slam Dunk 4i Ps:,,chiatrlc difflcu~ties, mostly l, bul also 2-4; 12 string blues;

2; Basl.c:etball

3; IM 1 s la4~ SYI!..

Kitchie 2 ,3; Recruit-

rr.cnl; Usrer at tht

Rl'p ·i A Midsurnmer

Night 1s Dream - 01reclor 4 i We. lcome Itm

Jolly

4; Sumtners ln Water-

8t1rkeep 4. Sl m.

town :3 ,4. Sem.

Tom Behnke KewalJSkum, Wis. rooLb II 1-4: Coif i .. 4; IM. 1s 1-4; ~ale Chorus 2-3 i TOJr 1n.g Chorus 3 i Band 2-3; 0Df'm Council 2-3; N-

Club 1 .. 4; Se'. Treas. '.3_ V.P. 4~

Athletic Board 4~ Oshburg' Shlfly s Big Brothr-r J.-4. Scm.

Ant~ony

Brinkman

Oti Creek, Wis. Male Chorus 1-4;

SYL 3, 4~ Mnema .3i

Forum

i~3i

PrivatP

Ptlalo; Welcome Inn;

AOPA 3, 4. Fliglit

Safe.ly lnternatlonal,

Ve:ro Beach, Fla.

Why did t lake that Hebrew elective? John Dorn Wlrion.a, Minn. 'M. 's 1-5; Sunday School teacher at St. John 1s 2-5; Baskel-

ba11 coach al St.

John s 1-.3. Sem.

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Mld·nel T. Feuer stah Ier Ml lv,aukee, Wis. IM. s 2 ,4; Senior Sklt C0:mm ittee 4.

Sem.

Scnmelz suffores from he 111eeket1d doldrums. James S, Fischer Beaver Dam, Wis. IM. 's l, 24 l\ilale Chorus l-4 1 ourlng Chorus i-3i Scola CantarJm 1~2 ; Jazi Ensemb l ~ l-4; SYL 3 ,4; Mncma 2 ~ Editor 3 ,4; Forum 1-4 ·

Ligl ling/Sound

Sem.

1-4,

Curl F letemiC!r Pf yfTIOlJth , Mich. SYL 3 ,4; Thought about being actiye l; nolhi n9.i!xcc pl SVL and 11Washin9ton Inn

Wager Club • 1-4.,

Sem.

Mark Ronald Freier St. Jose"Qh, Mich. Football l; Tennis 3; IM. 1 s l 2 4; Male

Keith Free

Omaha Neb. F'ooLbai I l-4; Baseb~ l 11(2"'4.i. IM. 's 1-

4; SY

~ ct·

Ch0tt1S

I-.3 , Tcuring

Chor~s 1-3 ~ Quartet i ... 4 ~ F' orum 1-4; J z7.

'An-

dre11; Roc.k Rh1er 1; Kecks 2-4.i Thousn'1d YClrd Club -'t,Tennessee 2; New ulrr 19 1 4L Probal 1 , 2 ~ 4 i 11

Enserrble 2; SYL

3,4: Wags, Scheibs,

Nase Ehsernb le 2 1 .3; Frosh cJ ass Pres Ident l; 1 Odd Coup le' 1 Ninnf~J; Senior UmGr:. Sem.

1"'a. 11 Serr.

Rlcharcf Frost Gr en Bay, WI s .

Cross Coutihy 1-4;

Track 1 .. 3; Bowl Ing

1 -4, Capt. 4; IM. 's

l-4f-

Duraclean; IM.

Bm'J i ng League Champs 2; 1 1Fros.ly; 11 "Rex G~lu." Sern.

Jam.es Gau.ger Va1 ders Wis . Footba lr 1-4, IM , 's 1-4; Ma ~e Chorus

l{ 2; SYL 3 ,4; NC ub. Sem.


Jeff Goad Larry GJcrach Germa nto\•m, Wis . Cross Country 1, :3 , 4 , S; T tack 3 / 4 i ~M. •s 4 , 5,.t At.,letl c Boardi ~-t.: l ub Pres.

Sem.

P lymou-t~

Heh.

Bowlif19 J.-4- S L .:3 , 4 i Bethesda ard

Parent 2- 4; Organ 1;

Blood Donor 4i Gaslh-

au~ l; Katie s 2- 4; Acathy 1-4; Washing-

ton Inn Wager CI Unde<:.

4•

Broce Hanr-ema.n Rcadffel d, \'ll s. Bowling l-4; Katie's 1-4; IM. 's l -4i SY L 3,4; Florlda 4; Partlime Canteen annou'lcer 4; Bui.:. malB1g 2q · Fomrn 4i Class Shrl~r 1-4; TV 1-4;

Jeff CJrn Phoenix, Arizona Wrestling l; I • •s 14; Male Ch& s l; SYL.3,4;Fcru F1-

11al 2; r. arq ardl an3,4; C ~ions ip

Clt

hoc e.~· Tear- 2 , 3; Flcr~da

\l'i ashir 9to11 Inn \'lager CJ b 4; Success Al

4. Sem.

Last!! Sen.

Da le H ~lla Waukegan, Iii . Golf l; If!. . s 1 -4; Bow 11 ng 1, 4; Bet1esda 2-4 . Sem.

Mark Hc1ke

Kawkawlin, , I" • Baseball 1 ,2,4; I ~ . 's l - 4; lndooi Soccer Charr;tJs 2-4; Male Chor:U$ 1-2 1 Touring Chorus l; SYL 3,4; • onopoly 4; BO\vl-a-fun 3 4;

Conso Iidale~ 1, ~ i.

A&P .3,4; K1A1J Ct""; Waterto 'i'l Cf"p Shoo 2 3; Poo~ Lea9i.e 4· Watertow-r1 su • 21s

4.

s~m.

2-

Jahn ere.airs of

e buck that got away.


Phl lip Heyer

Ft. W~ne, Ind. Track l-4i Soccer 3; Foolb~l I ,4 ; JM. 's 14; Arnle 1 s. Army 1-4;

Charles Heup Appleton t Wis. IM . Is 3 j l YL 4' 51; Mnenia 4, ~ ~ F o-rum i Bethesda Waid Parenl 2-5; Retread 2-5;

ss

Jaz :ii; En sernbl e l-4 i SYL 3 , 4; Monop.o Iy 4; Mongoose 4; Tiqer

Meal 4; Bow 1-a-f m 4·; K~119 CP ' s roQm-

f31ioto Club 4, 5. Sem.

mate • Skynytd

Memo~

rial CltJb 4i 111'You Got Thal RlgnL. Si;im. Paul Janke Fond Du Lac Wis.

Adam 1-1 pr-neber

Ba~k i?lba 11

1-4; Foot-

barl l; IM. Si 1 .. 4; Bancroft / Mi ch. Black & Red r Circ. ~M . s 2-4; SY L 3 ~ 4; Mgr. :3; Monopoly Gyrr nasli cs l. i PI ng'Gang 4; Bird Cages 4; Pong 1-4; Kalle's Super Max l-4; B1rt.hday Boy 4; Blood 0ump 1s Roommate 1Ban'k 1, 2i Washingt(ln 4; Heartbreaker 1-4; Inn Wager Club 4; School Supply 4; lril-

Undec.

I

liation Consc~entious

Ob.~ec.tcr l i Music '21' 3. Sem.

RI chard Krause

Broo~f Ield ,

Dal~ Kl~ssrg

Wis .

FoothaJI l -3t Trac'< 1.,2; IM.'s. l ,2,4; SVL 3, Racllcilil l; Campus 1 our 2; 1000 ~ard Club 3; Imperia l

Ne11,.ton Wis .

BasPba(I 1-4; lM. 1s 1-4; Bowllng 1-4; Arni~ s Arrry 1-4;

1J

Forum l-4 . Sem.

ThC?al:.re, New York Clly 4. Undec.

Dlek keeps v~·nrm 3S MIS room keeps ecol.

Da1Jrd Kuehl Waterto\lm, Wis . IM. 's 1-4; Consol 1dated 1, 2; Clark 3 ,4; 1

Schuppert' s 4; Cali-

fom ial;

M~nsas 2~

WIAA l-4·· Arl 4; Lale night bask ettia 11 talks wrth K(dy.

Undcc.


Robert P. KJ]il'A''iki Wauwautosa, Wis. Ba~eball 2; Bowling 1-5; IM. 's 1-5, incl. 6 or 7 shirts;

Forum 4; Young R~­ pub Ii cans l · Bartendl 119 5; POETS 4; Foosball C"amp .3, 4, and probably 5; ''KuJe. ' Sern.

SLir.e beats Fr~daiy nrght's Roast Beef! Brnce Marggraf Snn Rafael, Cal. Wrest IIng 1; Soccer

1-4; Coach 3 ,4; All Steven Mischk e Conrerence 3 4; Juneau, Wl s • IM. 's 1-4; Ma~e Cho- 'M's 2-4- BaskcLbal I rus 1; 3i4;, Tour In~ Champs :3~ riJ ale ChoCnon s ,.:l; Arnie s rus l-4; SYL 3, 4; Army 1,.3 ,4; Jazz Oorm Council 3; Fo1

Ensemble l · Pep Band

l; SYL 3,4; MllwalJ-

kec 4i Fence 5 .· New

Ulm 9; ChDpel 6r9anist l / Head Org. 4. Stephen Monthle Hudson , ew York

5em.

rum 1-4; Rad Ical 4 ·

Beard 4; alias 11 RAYn University of Chi ca go.

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Bl 11 Natsis Bay City, Mich . Footba Ir Manag~r 2-

IM . 1 ~ 1-5; Ma.le Chorus 1-4; Scola Cantol"um l , 2 ~ Band 1 ~ :3;

4;

Mgr. l

Sign Language 1; Farrrcr ' s Insurance Group 5; Usher at Rep 1 5; T\Jtor at Linco ln School 2 - 5; 1 1Mawn-

4; Dai ly Times Corre 1 sporident 1-4; IM Basketbal I Champs 2 ,3; Crnqy 1-4; Engag~d 4: Se •

4 , L Ott Pr 3; IM . 's l

1; Blood Donor 1, 2,

lic. 11 Sem.

Marcus Neumann

James 0. Ne lson

Blsmarck, N. 0.

FootbaU J.-4; Track 1-4; IM. 's 1-4· Mnema 3 f4; N-Club 1-4; Florida 4. Sem.

St . Paul, Minn. IM. 's 1-4; Bowling 1-4 Bowling League Pr es. 4 · Bowl lnq League C~amps 1~ 3 ; Extro eurr Icu Ior Bov,i 11ng l -4i City_ League Champs 3; IM Basket-

ba l I Champs 2 ,.3.

Sem.

u

8~ sk.etba1 I

Bethesda Big Brother


Peter Panitzke Redwood Fails, Mr in. , Wrest Iing l; 2;_ Foot ball 4· IM.'s c::-4;

Mare Chorus 1-4 SYL .'3 , 4; Engaged 4 . Sem.

David Payne

Neenah / WI s .

IM. 1 s 1-4; ~' adP. Cho-

rus l, 2 ,4; Blac & Red ca11lrlb11ltor l; staff 2 ,4; Engaged

.3 ,4; Or. Ott 3. Sem.

Step~

rn Pope

Mequon, Wis. IM. 's 1-:3; Male Ctiorus l-4i Scola Cantorum 2; COS .3 / SYL 4 Mllv.•aukel: R ~p

2, .3 ,4; Cynk 1-4; Prayers with Pauli .3 ,4; Mississfppl RIver Expedition 5. Sem.

Conrad L.

Pr~JI

Kendall, Wis. IM. 's 1-5; Big Brothc1 l; Engaged lo Connie. Scm.

A Qui P.t rnomPnt 1n the b JSY lrfe of an R. A.

Jart s N. Proe be r West Allis Wis. Tennis 1-S; Wtestl Ing l; Soccef Club 3-5~ N-Club 1-5; IM, 1s .i5; Male Chorus 3-S; Tourlrg Chows 3-5; .~arch to the sea 4; SYL 4, 5; IV ississippl RI\! exp~drt ion 5;

3rd Floor PI ywood

Penthouse 5; Horiorary Senior / 4; "Probes. 11

Serr.

Nathan Paul Radtke Merritt Is land, Fla.

Foolbal l 1-4; Track

l · 1rii. • 's 1-4· Male cf1orus 1-.3; f oudng

Cho1Us 2,3· SYL 3, 4; D. C. Representalive 1, V • P. 3,

Pres. 4; Sopn V. P•; Hecke~ CIub 1-4; 11 Nalo ' or 11 Skate 11 ;

Florida 4; Forum Play 4; L uthcran Co 11 ~-

gians trip lJ R. A. .3. Sem.

l'l


Mark Rie e Tor11ah 1 Wrs.

Jona than l • Rossman

Jenrra Ohio Track 2-4; l'v\. s 14; SYL :3-4: Wai;J'ilnglon Inn Wagc.r Cluo 4; Ichthyology mi nor

Tennis 3 r4; IM. 's 24 Male Ctiorus 1-3;

Taurlng Chorus 3; Arnie's Army 1-4·; Jazi Ens tr.ble 2-4: Blnck & Red 4i Sem.

4;

Piua Hut 4; A&P

3; R~umcn. Sem.

John Ruege

Oakfield~ Wis.

Footb~ 11 1-4; IM . s 1-4· Male Chorus 13; touring Chorus 3; 1

Jeffrey L. Schallert Milwaukee, Wis. Slack & Red 3 ,4; Bow hunting 2-4; Mne'tla 3 ,4· Ho e evSouth end of f irsl floor ~ry weekend l-4 ~ ReWIUl\nbcrg 3; WBA 4; c.ru~ t~nl 4 . Sem. Slump Sitter 4; Hook 'iim Horns l-4; 11 Rolo

Rooter" Sem.

Da.n Schmeller Rer.i ~s Mich.

Don SchPuctl@in

Bask11tb 11 l 3; IW.

Bay City, Mich. Golf 1-4, IM .' s l-4;

1-4; So Io at Cru-negie Hal I; SVL 3 ,4;

li,ale Chor JS 1-4; Touring Chorus 1-4· Foru~ Choir 4; Black &Red managln~ Editor 4~

Mnerna Photographer; N-Club 1-4; C. T. FanaUc1 Woundl'd Knee Club 3 1 4; J.V. F ootba.11 Announcer 1, 2; Field Liner 1-4;

Dorm Counc~l Sec-

retary 4; Librarian 2-

4. Sern.

Aquariurr Society 4;

Katie's 1-4 . Sem. The Vo lee of lhe r rojan~ I Cubs I

Packers •••

1

Russ Schmidt

T~~o

Rivers,

~Vis.

Football 1 1 2 ~ 3, 51. BasketbaU l; ~M. s 1-5; SYL 3, 4; Photo Club 1-3; Forum l :3; Gfrls High Sci ool Bas~etball Coach 24; Bowllng 4; Mf:icologlst l-3. Sem.


Gregory Paul Schull Sussex, Wis. IM. 's 1-4; Male Cfiorus tUS

l-4; Touri ng Chol.-3; Band l-4·

Jalz Enserrblc 1-4; Pep Band l, 2; Black & Red .3, 4 f Jau Ensemble Oirector 3 r4i

Black & Red Editor 'H

Class Pres, 2; Prep Pe~

Band Director

1,2. SPm.

Mark M.

Sc~ul:i?

Saginaw, M•ch. Golf 1-4; Bowlln9 1 .. 4; IM. 's 1-4; Male Cnorus 2; SYL .3 ,41 V . P. Forum Orllma Club; Forum 1-4,

Secretary-Treasurer :3 ,4; Canteen Salesman 3,4; sun Mailing Director 2-4·

MldsumrrQr Nig~t's Dream 1 ' - Bottom 4;

11

Katie's 1-4. Sem.

Michael T. Spaude

Wauwauloc;a, Wls. Tennis 1-.3; Football 3; IM. Is 1-5; SYL 4 t 5·I 1 Spud "· 1 What' :; the haps?! 11 Mrsslssl~pl RIver Expedition 5; Ichthyology Major; Honorary Senior 4. Sem.

Thonras J . SIT ith

La Crescent, Mrnn.

l

Sem.

Paul TMorfC'ldor Appleton, Wis. lM. s l., 2; Male Chorus 1-4; Scola Cantorurn l t.2't Band 1-3; M11~ma -' ,4; !=orur 4; Bethesda Ward Parent 2-4; Video

1-

Tape Crew .3, 4. Serti.

Oa~P

Voss Grcf: n Bny / WI s . BasebalJ 1-4 · Bas-

TimoU1;• Unkc Ma"lilowoc, Wis.

C.ros Cou11by l; Bas· ke1.ba" 1-.3; IM. s 14 , S oftbal I C~ amas 2 ,.3, 4?; Male Cttotus l, 2 .3 · Tou"ino Chorus j~ SYl 3, 4,

"Unks 1 , Moncipol}' 4; Florida l 1 2, 4i Led Sled 2-4; Trger MNU

4; Cna... Cha 4; Canteen l.L2; Gobblef 3~ 4. :::.em.

Arnie wants us to play \llhal?

ketbal I 2-4; ~ootball 1-4; IM . Is l , .3 I 4(·

SYL .3 ,4; Voice o

the Trojans 1·4; Canteen 2-4; Clean Room 1-4; Word Cl art 4; TJ 1 s roottmall? 2 4; Nigl-it Owl 2, 4; tv 4; Black & Red Cover 4; Sn.akP 4; Tiger Meat

4; Scm.

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Malk C. Wagner Norfo Ik Neb . Fo()lbali 1, 2i Golf 14; N-Club 1-4; IM. •s 1- 4; Male C~orus 1.3; T01.1ri ng Chorus l .3; Forw 1 Chofr 4;

[·1rl Wales

Garf 1eld, Mi11n.

Jazz Ensemble 2 ,:3; SYL .3, 4i Black & Rc.d 2-4; Jr . class p tP. s. 3 i 0 • p• 4; FIOlida 1 ,4; Athlr:Uc Board l ; WagsNDse-Sch~lbs Ensemble 2 , 3 , Sem.

Wrestling

l; Soccer

J,4; IM. ' s 1-4; R. A. 4; Karnlknzee • 1-4 . Sem.

c. v.

J Michael Wolff

Appleton, Wi s .

Bowling 4· IM, 1s l4i.Male Chorus 1, 2; Sr l .3,4; Black &

Red 2; Bulk Mailing

1-4; Ne..,,• Or Ieans 3 ;

Kali e s l - 4; Video Pinball 4. Sern.

Slephen W1ight Bismarck N. D. Track l; lM. 1s 1-4;

Male Chews 1-4; SYL Pms. 3,4;

Mnema 2-4; Announcer 2-4 Plioto Club 3 ;

BP.ard 1-4; Florida 3, 4: 1Europe " 5'' ~ Katie s 1-4. Sem .

Pati l Zel I

Watertown , WI s •

8 asketball 1- 4; Go If

4; IM . 's 1-4 , Vol-

leyball Cl amps .3 ,,4; Arnle B nd 1- 3; N-

Club 2-4; Urnoc Can-

didate 2; Lonq drir k of wat~r; Park-i 11g ... lol

tiocps 1-4; Killed Schm!!lzer's goldfish 3. Scm,

Norl l \Ire stern Is ovm pI y•Non.d floor Wilt.

pent~ou $C r

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Steve proctlc~s his ~ye exercises .


FACULTY


What wi II the mcrr01ies of North11.·~slctn be ten yroars from now, or thlr1y, or f Ifly years from no\•1? Of classes and courses, of the dean and tutor~ and professors, of dotmitory rooms and th4' gyrrnasi.1m, of elal1011 over garres 'A'Of't and of post-morterr.s afler gamns losl. ThNr wi 11 bli? a tho1,sand mcl'l't0ries of pleasant I ours anc! good limes. BL t what w i II the)' be without Lhe memory of tko5c who shared Lhem ,,vll'1 i.1s, wllho,it frl~11ds wIth ·whom 'lo'C? remember d'lem? Llfo seldom grants better fri~nds than those we acQuired here. We cUrrbcd the laddH of IP.iiltning lcgether; tog~ther lilt:! aspired to the sarre goal. W • sn1rcd he st1me fnlth and L'ie same .,ope. We were friends in C~·rist and fri~nds wlt:h Chrf sl. To rcrncmber Nort.,western Is to r~merrlJt!r ifrrends; and to remember friends is lo reriem-

bcr CAR LETON TOPPE President 1 Rel iqion

Northwt!sl~rn.

C. Toppc

BOARD OF CON TRO L: Standing: Pres. Car leton Toppe, Rev. Raymond Schu ltz, Arnold SchwcJ)pe CTreas.) 1 Orma l Kiessling, RPv. Jonatha11 Mahn ,.,, Arnold Schumannt.. Rev. Robert J. Voss, Pres. Wi lli am Ze ll . Seated: Freder ick Panning Rev. ~'I.falter Schumann {~ec.), Rev. Reginald Sleglet (Crairma1) / Re~·. Karl Gurge l Nice-Chairman) / GP.otge Reul. Missing~ Rev. Robi:rl Beckmann and Wll Ilam Schmidt.


EDWf\RO LINDEMANN Dean of Men 1 Rel ig ior. 1 F ootba 11

JOHN BRENNER Tutor, Cross Country

ROGER KUERTH

Tutor


JOHN SU LLI VAN, Ph.D. German, Sociology

DONALD SELLNOW Religion, History, PsycholGgy / Golf

GERHARD FRANZMANN Re llgio.,, Hlst.ory _ Laun

JAMES FR ICKE, M.A.

E 1gUs,; Spel'Ch


RICHARD STROBEL German, Philosophy

PAUL EICK MANN, M.A. Hebrew

SYLVESTER QUAM, M. S. Eng If sh

GARY BAUMLER Greek


ARNOL'D Ll:'.HMANN,

~h.

Music, Art

CYRIL SPAUDE Greek / Hebrew

ORVILLE SCHLENNER Lalln, Registrar

ERWIN SCHROEDER

Latln, Library, Librarian

D.


ERWIN SCHARF History

EDGAR PIEPE R, M . S. Mathematics~ Footbarl,

Wr stllng, Baseball

EUGENE KIRST M S Science, Log le, 'Mathe;,,a.tlcs

LLOYD THOMPSO Athlet ic Direct.or Footba 11c.. Bas ketbal I Socc:N; 1 rack '

JIERALO PLITZUWEIT M A

Greek I Secre-t.ar)l

PAUL KUEHL Greek

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MRS. THOMPSON Ass i5tanl Librarlan MRS. LINDEMANN Llbta y Ass i stant

CHEF & RS.• HANKE

THE SC OOL

STAFFS

MRS.QUAM

Typ1ng

JO

MRS.HEROLD Bookkeeper

MRS. SCHMIDT Faculty Seerelar}'


KITCH IES

Sack~

R. Scheibe, K. Frey, P. Ylvi-

sacker, D. Nottlrnq, F ri0nt~ G. Ev.•ald / D. Coop t, L. 0 ux / D. Lau MRS. LEHMANN Ad inlsttation Secretary MRS. KAESER MANN 81.Js Ines s Office Secretary

KITCH~N STAFF L. Bergman, G. ~ aron, ~t Bartels,. M. ~khcr I Genz, Baul'llatl n, D • Reese, D• Raether~ L. Hi Iker / A •

rv

v.

s.

Manke

MRS. STROBEL Dean Lfndemarm•s Secretary

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JAN1TORIAL STAFF: Back: R. Schultz,

R. Zank,

W. Altreuter, Front! R. Burdicl, W. Fredr[ck, V. Moldenhauer., Mlssrng E. Jansa

GLEN PANKOW Bllslness Manager


U DERGRADUATES

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JUNIORS - 0 E STEP FROM T E TO

LEFT: (The 0 Jtdocrsmen) - Steve Schill et,

Larry Pon lei, Randy Schoemann, Rick Scheibe. ABOVE: An R.A. goes nuts.

MIDDLE LEFT: Kant and Elmo, buddies for

life.

ABOVE: First Row: Dave Huebner and co.,

Second Row; Dennis Hi

, Pete Kiec er, Bi 11 Runke Elery Groth, Jeff Seefow, ?, Third Rc>\I: Jeff Carter, ?, Keith Bi I ilz, Paul Vivi· saker, Tim Gum •

LEFT: Saturday night excitement at NWC .


LEFT: Bob Smlln Paul

Mue1 I erJ Don

seerhoff

I

Mark

Voss / Keith Tu 11 berg, l arry 0 Ison, Mark Krause.

MIDDLE LEIF'T~ Randy cracks a smilC< after Greek Class. MIDDLE RIGHT~ l<cilh Tull~erg, Keith Free (?); Ph il Spaude, Matk Birkholz:, Tom Jeske, Steve Wrlkcns, Ross Ulrich, Doug Free.

....

LEFT: Arnie's Angel ABOVE: Don fusselll, Jerry Ewings, Al Sorum, Bruce Mcl<em1y, Kevin Safz\vedell,

Roger SIoan.

orv Kock /


RIGHT~

Front Row: Cl"lur.:k Huebner 1 Tom Fricke, Tim Kant. Back Row: Greg Bork 1 Pa~1I ScMeis, Ric hare Warnecke, Ra.ndy MueUer / Dave Clark. MIDDLE LEFT: Carter gets

or>gged down In the fin~ print.

ABOVE: Steve Wi ikens, Ross Ulrich, Dave Ko lander, Tim Muel [er, Dave Seelow.

LEFT: A rea I Relr~ad . Ml SS I NG~ Hatty Ad:er '路 Dea11 Bie~ berl , Tom Gumm Tim Henning , Rick Jonnson, Mike Loescher,

Denn rs Strong .

/Ji,PtioV~

OOSE. u.

NON路T~ J Pr..lt.cement Cod .t 18


LEFT: Front Row~ To Pankow, Mark Mueller / Tom Hartwig, Trm Lind ioff, Ray

Ki mbroug~. Back Row: T otn Sci neider, Joel Suckow, Kevin Hastrngs, Dan Balge, Cnris Kruschel.

IUGHT : Standing: Dave Furno, Greg Hermanson, Steve Lockmari, Mark Cordes, Winfried Schrocd~r,

Steve Wltte 1, Bl11

Favorite, Rick Mi Iler. 1<.neellng1 Greg Corn, Scoll Rhul~.

RIGHT~

B~ cb~rt,

Jolin Maasch, Tim MI ke Hat zung / Steve

msan, Chtls Ktusche l, Bob Due Irr.eyer , John Beck, K~n Nelson, Mike Enderle, Dave

Cooper, Ken Frey, G e9 Ewa.Id. 1

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LEFT: Al Lonngulst, To Rawerts, John Carter, Bruce

Bitter, Jon Voss Brian Dose, 1

Chris Krus~hel (again).

MIDDLE LEFT: Hara guy? MIDDLE: Blowln' in the wind.

L EFT~

Sophs make the Frosf'l learn the hard way.

ABOVE~ Mike Bartsch, l le, P'aLJ~ Schroeder.

Dave Peters, Tom HartwJg, Greg Ke l1


R IGHT~

Kev, hot under the coUar â&#x20AC;˘

MIDDLE LEFT: Glenn Seefeldt, Mark Wilde, Greg Otterslatter, Scotl Spau Iding , Ma.tk Eck crt, Tom

Bauer. Sittlng = Steve Schlicht.

MIDDLE RIGHT: There's got to be

a momi ng after.

RIGHT: Shover Ing for

Sf'l~k espeare

Ml SSING: Fred Krfeger, Kurt Luene-

berg, Paul Matggraf, Andy Nitz, Lloyd SchJorrer; Reuben Schmitz.


FRESHMEN

THE

AT

LI E

TOP LEFT: Top: Charles Gumm, Phi I Gieschen. Bottom: Torn Westra, Tim Ehlers, Dave

s

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H.aa9.

TOP RIGHT: Kurt. Ebert, Paul Slem, Jody Goede. BELOW: Frosh on parade.

ABOVE: Dave Sd ocssow, Kevin

Weber, Joel Pel~rmann, Jim Pankow r.?ave Plath, Dan Doletzky, Jim wel,and, John Seclman 1 Oav~ Rosenb<iur', Phil HensPI in, Leon Pii?penbrink, Ric:;<y Hi mm.


LEFT: The coursa of true love neve drd run srrooth.

MIDDLE RIGHT: Mike Bredenbender, Paul VanderGa llen, Paul Schulz. Standing! Jonn Ei ch, Joel Zank, Mark Albrechl, Kevin Ha11ke, Barf}' Wray . 1

ABOVE: Top Row: Ron Buckl oJti, Dan

o,ews,

Randy Bader. M lddle Row: Joi;: Dietrich.c. Jim

Hoff, Jim Schmeling, Dav~ Schroeder uave Lau, Jack Radloff. Bottom: Mark Kfpfmrrrer.

RIGHT: Trav!!llng In style.

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LEFT: Back Row: Mike Barlow, John Sc hr<leder , Mark l<o lander , Phi I Wilde, Dave Ehleu.L. Jim

Janke 1 M~r Hoeneck e. t-- ront Row~

John Kenyon,_R"eh Gurgel,

John Kuske, Pele Lietlow.

RI G~T : Leroy Dux, J i Winter Ie~ Dan Drews 1 Torr Rothe, Ku tt Muell er 1 Randy Hunter 1 Steve Hein.

BOTTOM LEFT: The Hol lowf'd Hal Is of Northwestern .

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BOTTOM RIGHT : It ' s been an

easy Ilfe evet ~ I nce I got lo NWC.

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ORGA

ZATIONS


FO

THE JAZZ ENSEMBLE 0,. Strong 1 G. Dorn, G. Seefeldt, R. Himm-' M. Rieke, K.

i- isclier, G. Schub: (0Ere-ctod, T. Bauet, J. Carte , P. Hrtyer, S. Spaulding, T. Henning, J. Maasch, M â&#x20AC;˘ Wilde, R . Schmitz / J .. Suckow.

IE:bert., D. Dre .,s, G. Bork, D. Cooper 1 J. MISSING~

F. Krieger. Practic:,e makes Perfect!


.,, •

THOSE YlHO ARE ENA.\tlOURED OF THE }.1USES THE NWC BAND

BOTTOM Row~ S. Sch·.~,ark / R. Rardrn, W. Peck1-iam, R. Schultz, S. Spaude, E. Fricke"' A. Lehmann, B. ~argraff, A. Sell, J. Krohn, P. Boos, J. Westcrhaus, J. Bartz. RO\'V 2 ~ M . Kube, C. Weigel, K. Thomadc,, 8. Lauersdorf, L. Kell, T. Bauer, K. Stro!lel I K. Kel rt T. Schwartz, j . Bradtke, D. Uhl i.iorr, L. Lueptow / L. Ouam, R. Fritze. RO\V 3 : P. Vander Galien / 0. Hoerecke, S . R i cl1, T • PI ath / G • Dorn, P • Lies.k e • C •

Hue::>'ler, S. Spaulding, J. Cartef, M. WMtby, M. Lauersdcri, T. Gauger, D. Platn. RO\:V 4~ M. Bi~­ denbender, M. Ri e\t e, T ~ Mutterer, 0. Kolander,

J. SuckO'.v, P. Wilde, G. Sc.,ulz, T. Heirning, S. Kolbow, P. Heyer J. Zartkf P. Scnl~is. ROW 5: T . ~VestraJ... M. WiidQ, I(, Eoert, R. Schmitz, P. Sr:h1uar4<, lJ. Seefeldt, D. H..Jeboer, R. Pamperin, M. Albrecht. D. Kuckhahn.


ON T E BACKROADS 0

THE TOURING CHORUS FRONT ROW~ J. Pankow, T. Bauer, M. Halzu 19, J. Peterman, D. Sd路 ucr路

leinf T. Fricke. ROW 2~ M. Bieden-

l'>enc ~, t T. Henning M. Wi Ide M, Eckert, R. Bader r T. Ehlers. ROW .3~ K. Ebert r.! . G 1mm, R. Johnson~ J. Seel ow, w. Runk~, O. Huebner, R. Warnecke. BELOW~

WIS CO

IN

CHORUS DIRECTOR

Or. A. 0. Lehmann

A little 11 e11

route' ' pract Icc.

This yearts Touring Cl orus, m mbedng only l 9 I was pr ivI Ieged to s pre~d the Gosper through song lo 1Tany oF Lhe neighboring congregations. A weekend ih March als~ found the c'iorus i;r1glng In the neig_hborlng stale of

1E l lT W;.Tnt'O'wl~

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Mlnnesota, speclflcaHy the Twin CiUes. Being a rather sma l I group in comparison to the size of cnornses durl119 the years of fl'!i!jor tours~ th is year's chorus \tJas able to ~resent Its message to th~ sma l ler chLirchcs whlch wouJ d riot be ab Ie ta acC()modate a Iarger group. Wllh only l\llQ seniors in the chorus th is year, there will be a good veterari group to carry on t he spread ing of the good news of s lvation ti rou9l1 song nt~)(L year.


THOSE MERRY MINSTRELS IN THE MUSIC AUD TOP ROW: M. Biedenbender, S. LEFT: Male Chorus Director, Dr. A. 0.

Let-mann.

Pop~,

J. SeeJow,

R. Johnson / P. Panilzke / P. Wirde, V. Ec<ert, D. Huebner, M. Ender le, R. \Vamecke, J. Dorn. ROW

THREE: J. Fiscrer, K. Hanke, R. Mueller, T. 11enning, J. Suc~ow, W. Runke, M . \'iilde, T. Ehlu~ D. Scheuerlem, J. Beck . RO\V T\VO: D. Ehlers, 1 • Gumm, M. Hoenecke, D. Plat l'i, L. P iepenbrink, D. Rosenbat.:.m J. Maasch, S. Loe lcrr.ari 1 T. Rawerts , S. Rhule, \r1il ler. BOTTOM RO~'ll: B. Marggraf·, J: Pankow, ! . Bauert. R. GurgeJ, J. Peterfi'"a11 1 R.

R.

H1mrr, A. Brrnkrnan, K. Bader. M ISSING: D. Paine , K. Amborn, S. Mischke, etc.


K YBOARD MMORTAL

THE CHAPEL ORGANISTS BACK ROW: R. Smltn, D. Strong M. Hoenecke. FRONT ROW: M. Wride., T. Bauell', G• Otter statter .

BELOW: Org~n-pfaying I lgnts up ti ls I!Fe.

ABOVE ~

The Virtuoso.

THE OTHER CHAPEL ORGA ISTS: K. Ambotn, B. Marggraf.


SAY "CHEEZ" PLEA E!

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THE PHOTO CLUB

P. Schroede1 R. Bader, C. Huebner, J. Kuske t J. Carter 1 D. Furno. 1

ABOVE: ARTSY SHOT 0. 1. 11 That Lone Jy Stage In Ufe . . .

BELOW: Stalking the Ot~ck.

11

Northw~stcrn

BELOW: ARTSY SHOT NO. 2. 11 A Tree Grows rn Water~

town 11


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ABOVE: Nate 11.路UI do a'!Ylhl~9 ~o get fnto show bl1. BELOW: Warp Five, Caplai n?

THE FORUM SOCIETY STA DING: B. Becker L M. Corde~, D. Sci euede in, B. Dos.~ 1 P. Hcnslln, ~. Pope. KNEELING: M. SchtJlz, D. Strong , G. Dom, J. Peterman 1 J. Fischer,

P.

er NT ER~ r> ~rector Bruce Becker. RIGHT: "Yo\.1 1 ~e ri~htl T here ARE

poople s lUlng

oLit there! 1 BE LOW: Note the- rmp Ish twin路 kle in Ills eye.

Thh~rfelder. MISSING~ (?)

I


ACT I It was saM t iat what Forurr rack ed In quantity this year was surpassed In quali!Y. Wilh fh remodel Ing of the Mus ic-Auditori um, Forurn was forced to cane.er its onthly prciductions rn tr.e fal I of V1c yea1. Bul whet1 Christmas came, Forum's F~slivLll of Hytnns made the first semest~r seem well accotr-

plished.

Already fn Novcm (\r pl.ons were be ing mad fot the mt1jor production in Apr I I. The Forurr Sod~ly decided to piresent Shakespcarn 's " A Midsummer Nl 9I t s DrC?am. Wh路 n the fiflat curlJlt\ had folJcn it was obv Ious that i L hJd IeFt a deep impression on a11 w~o saw it. So Forum finished Its year with on ly tv,io prod1 ct ions , bu l l wo product Ions we II donr .

ABOVE~

All right, WHO sard,

Look al th~ weird nul on Lhc rock 1? 11 BELOW: "Yes, it's a srtal l part { but one grod1 c: NS wi IJ 'lo-

t iCC"! 11

ABOVE~ Consl:tuctlng

thP. forest primeval. LEFT: W'hatever his idea is 1 It must be~ good one. BEL OW: 1 1 I wond 11r ff Ric hard Burton got started Il k~ thl s?

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"I CAN' . THINK OF ANY MORE CUTE TITLES, JIM!"

THE MNE A STAF'1 F BACK ROW~ J. Seelo•,v, T. Jeske, S. Wriqhl l. J. Nelson J. Suckov.1 , M. Bartsch, T. Westra. FRuNT ROW: J. Fischer / J. Sena Ilert. MISSING: D. Plzith, P. Thlcrfelder.

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BELOW: Editor Jim Fischer,

pattently awaiting finished

BELOW~ Edito~

pages.,

scher

ABOVE: Feverish, whlte-

liol paci? of a Mn~ma Staff wor'Ker.

!!LI

Jim Fistill waiting.


THE L TERARY CORNER

THE BLACK & RED STAFF J. Schal lert, D. Payne, R. Johnson, M. Wagner, 0.

Sche-.i~rlein, D. Hu~brer L G. Schulz t J . Ew~ngs t G, OtLcrstatter, B. Dase, M. Kieke, M. Wiide, D. Kolander. MISS ING: T. Kant.

BELOW: One wl Id and crazy Black and Red Writer!

BELOW: Editor G. Scliulz (Note the cdi tori~ I gIeam in

his eye).

A.BOVE~

B

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Vofume 81 of

th~


THE RU E

"WE WRIT

"

RIGHT~ R~sident

AsR

s isla11t at work •••

LEFT: Residen As-

sistant at pla)'.

THE DORM COUNCIL ST ANDING: P. Zietlow, D. Free, J. Bee , P. Panitz~e, K. Ebr-itl :t.. L. Dux, K. rrcy 1 Dean Llnderr ann. StATED: D. Scheuerlein, M. Wagner, N. Rad ke (the D. C. PresidcnO, D. Kolander. 1

Ml SSING: L. Olson.

RIGHT: The Agony •••

LEFT ~

.... and ti e

Ecstacy. THE CAR co~ MITTEE BACK ROW: R. Sct·elbe, Dean Lindemann, Prof. Sell now r T.Jtor Brenner FRONT ROW~ D. Scelhoff, 0. Free, J. Beck. I


THE SPORTING LIFE

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THE ATHLETIC BOARD BACK ROW: T. Behnke, J . Ewing~! B. McKenne)'. FRONT RO,vv: D. HImm, J. N~Json.

THE I TRAMURAL BOARD D. Ehrers, N. Kock, F. Krieger, J. Ne ~ ,son.

THE 1'NI I CLUB FRONT ROW: D. Schmelzer ••• 5. Wright, J. Nelson, K. Frey, L. Ponte I, L. Dux, R. GuN]el I G. Ewald...( J. Wei land, c4 Huebner. MIDDLE RO~V: T. Behnke. BAi..;K ROW: L. Qjson, 0. Voss, D. HImm J . Gauger1 D. Scheuer lein, P. Panltzke, M. Wagner, . Radtke, J. Ruege M. Biedenbenc:fe , S. Schitler / S. SonUcht 1 R. Sc:hoemann, J. ~chmeUng 1 K. N ~lsorikD. Kolander, P. Kiecker G. Dorn, C. Gumm, T. Schneider, F. rleger J.

Bec~ 1 S. H~l11, T. ~anko·~,~T. LrndloFF, P. Schultz, R. f.rost, M. Muell er. EYES ONLY: M. Ko land@r, J . Dietrich.


NS NG ORGA ZATION

COLLEGE SCIENCE CLUB

D. Cooper, H. Frankenstein, B. Karloff.

SURE, WE'LL POSE FOR A MNEMA PIC~ TURE u CLUB CLOCKWtSE~ J. Ruege, R. Scheibe, J. GL t n, T. Behnke1 P. Panitzke, 11

0. Paync-.

l3ElOW=JUDO CLUB: TOP ROW: B . Baggins, M. Rieke. ROW TWO! M. Feuerstahfer, D. Payne, G. Schulz.

SPEECH APPREClATION CLUB T. He'lni11g <President}

WEDNESDAY NIGHT POPCORN PARTY ENCLAVE TOP ROW~ M. Feuerstahler 1 0. Redenbacher, M. RlP.xe. BOTTOM ROW: G. Schulz, D. Payne, T. Smilh, C. Pr II. MISSING: J. Sci ~ llert. BELOW: SUNDAY NIGHT CLUB (EAST GATE INN) C. Heup, C. Prell, J. Dorn, J. Fischer.


SPORTS


FOOTBALL Th~ TroJ n football teilm stDrt ··d Lhe sc4'son v.•ith a half do;:Pn ex-football stars not parlicipat1ng due to Injury or oId age, bt.Jt the frcshrr an class provided big prospects. Great e11thusiasm and di:dlct!tion produced a team t.,at did li~ve ground gaining domlriance over rr-0st cp_poncnts. However t its unseasoned offense found that the last and all lmpo~tant 25 yards usually proved to be too foud to handle. ThP defonsa sol'idified qulc ly but found Lh l being on the Field fo, most of t.he gam~ fs very exhausting, TJils year's schedule provided a 9th game i,·.,ihich most playets appre.:lated (especially since v.re won.} Our r12cord was 3-5~1 Fo the year ana 3-2@1 In confcrnnce which gave us a tie for second pJace.

TOP RIGHTt The Trojans charge on

lhe field for

MH'>DLE to

~eep

a.not~er vlelOTy.

RIGHT~

MusL b~ a. f3sl Rl!f.

up wIth Nale .

MIDDLE LEFT~ \Vhat ! A Trojan

brouqht down? ~

BOTTOM

RIGHT~

Free single-har'l-

dedly n.ms over a lancer.


LEFT~

Just anotl er Nelson louchdown !

BELOW: What 's happening In the huddle? Catd gam~, gir l â&#x20AC;˘..

MIDDLE: Confusion of the front ranks. ABOVE : A delermrned Voss 9oes do11m for ha lf.

LEFT: The defense does il again!


RIGHT: Plenty of tir.ie For Mark.

BOTTO,,, RIGHT:

r111uell~r

comes to

tb~

side for a drink.

O?P

NWC

15 6

19 6

7 B

21

0 29

Mt. Sef"Clrio Lawrence Miilon Concord Ia St • Pau I Maranatha

Northwc stern Mrnn. D.M.L.C.

Lakeland Loras

BACK ROW1 LEFT TO

12 41 41

42 7

30 13 12 b

RIGHT~

Mariaqer S. Nali;is, C. Gumm, B. Bit-

lctt C. Kruschel, N. Berger, P. J<ll!kCrt M. Muellet, T. Panko·~\I; J. Ewh1gs. A. Sorum 1 L . Olsen, 0. Balge; D. Kolander. THIRD ROW: J. Dii:llich, D. Peters, D. Fr,e e, S. Wiikens, D. Sci?lhoff, D. Cooper, D. Bicb-·rl, S. Sehl let T. Schncld r, K. Frey J. Beck, T. Lindloff, R. Ulrlch. SECOND ROW~ Coach Pieper, M. Biedenbender, P. Heyer, J.

Nelson, J. RuE!ge, N. Radtke, 0. Voss, K. FreP., J_ Gauger, T.

Bchnk c: , M . 8 are nz, R. Schm ldt , P • Panil zke / Coach Tiom~son .

FRO.NT ROW: K • .M ueU er , R• BadN, J . HoffL P • Ht:n nr'19, R• Gu r9C I , R. H1.m~r, M. Frick, L. Oux, J. Kuske, J. ~adloff, M. Kofander, S. Hein.


Ul'PER LEFT: ' That' s not v.路h t we came for 1

LOWER LEFT: into this? 11

1

~ How

did I get

LOWER RIGHT: "What am I

do lng here?? ' '

STANDING: Larr~' Gicrach / Joe I Sue kov.路 _ Pa .i I Mue~ ler / Ken Nelson, Jim Schmeling,

Coach Br nnc.路r.

K'JEELING! Oave Plath Richard

Frost, Bob VPach TC!rry Schwarz ,

CRO

COUNTRY Our Cross Country team et"lded a successfu I

season with an overal r record of :3 5 wins , 25 losses.. The hlghrr91its of the season rnclud~d a 2nd plac~ finish 111 thC" UW eara-

bO()- lnvftatlonal Jnd a 2ncl in our o~m NWC Trojan lnvltaliona l . In our fina l meE.>t of lhe season Lany Glerach closed out tiis f ine col lege career knockh1g 23 seconds off ou1 course re-cord. Against stron9 competition he ran a 20~59 for lri~ four ml le course topping the fle ld.

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Once gain NorU1 h' 1

sLcrn's Socc~r CIL'b

improved ils performance compa.. ed to previous years with a 7-3-2 season. The Club s 6-3-1 conference shm\qnq moved ll up another notch In Lne Wisconsin Collcgl ote Socc i:ar Conferenc 1,; to third place . This year t·~\lo J. V. matche5 were scJ<ieduled for the first trme in the Club's histotJ' against \V11ltewaler and MatJnat~ a. Outst..ancli nq pcrforrria nces were given by senior Bruce fl. arqgraf, •"lho received al 1-conferp ence ~onors for his second straight year, and JW ior Keit~ BIHU:, who once agal-'t ranhd second ln confer~fli:c scoring. Serii ors Jim Proeber, Earl Wa Ies and Coach Bruce '1- arggraf will be soreJ~, missed next yea.. ;~et ll c Club has v ry higli hopes for the Ira season•

RIGHT· Tl-at•s the way to use ycur

head.

BOTTOM RIGHL Coach Marggraf gives some inspiring words.

BELOW: You can't use your I ands! NWC

2

MZ)ranat.ha

4

0 .3 6 2

W'h itf!waler Carthage

O l

ti o~y Rcdeerrer

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2

Maranatha

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2

5

1

1 4

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Mi lton

Lakeland

Wtsc . Luth. Serr.

Whitewater

Carthage '1.i il ton Holy Redeemer

2 2

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LEFT: Matggraf demonstrates perfect

form.

BELOW: Freddre lakes one o the side of the head.

STANDING: O. Clark_ D. Furno'"-E. Wales, J. P.ankow 1 G. Dom_ B. F~vorlte, M. Birkholz, G. Seefeldt, M. Bartsc~, ,.... . Scnulz5.. P. G1esche11, K. Ebert, M. Cordes, T. Fricke_ P. Zietlow, J. Kenj'on. KNEELINu: T. Hennin_g, K. Salzwedel, S. S__pauldlng, F. Krfeger1 K. Bllltz, R. Warnecke, M. Locist.h~r, J. Prt>eber, K. Tullberg, P. Marggraf, Coach/P layer B. Mar-ggraf, G. Ewald.


BA KET

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Tllls year 1 s baskietllall tearn h~d a prelly good season. Tney finrshed the :tear with an overa I r record of 12 wIns /

13 losses. T 1ey even received national rcco9nfUon by winning our region and attendin~ the LCAA Basketball f inals rn NebtaS.ka. Tkough th~ loss of our sefliors will be deepl}' felt on th rs team,

there is fresh ~oung talent corring up and we look for good things to co c.

RIGliT: Mac p tt s in an easy one.

TOP: Mueller avoids the

crowd - by gettrng above IL

MIDDLE: Just a quret game at OMLC. BOTTOM: Tint knows where

it 1 s going.


BACK ROVV: B. Natsfs 1 m9r. , K, Muel let, P. Wilcle, M. Kolander, D. PussehJ, tr.

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MIDDLE: J. Jan e, D. Hlmm, B. McKenney~ M. Mu~ller 1 T, Pc:irikow, T. Lindloff. F'RONT: P. Jan e, P. Ze ll , J. Beck, C. Voss, Coach Thorr pson.

TOP LEFT: Just waiUn 1

TOF': luge's sll 11 waving lo girls. ABOVE~ Boorrcr

go'l iL over h im.

IFAR LEFT: Ttie Shadow sl rllkes ~ LEFT ~

8 eek makes

rt Jook easy.


UPPER RIGHT: A UFO ? MIDD LE LEF'T ~A shotl breathe • MIDDLE RIGHT: Go get ll Shadow!

60TTOM: Mueller lays

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75 70 64 72 62

89 98 63 80

89 98 74 98

81 72 49

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· WRESTLING Without any seniors and only one e:wrpe ~enced Junior, the 77-78 wrestli ng squad soent the season re-

building. Despite l os"n~1 m"ny dt.a mPr ls, I e yoLmq . team did ~rove ti ca c:ipabilf1y at cn~cial l imes .t.. such as a 2 7-2 5 victory over Drv LC at lh 1.1 Lane er t; Iassi c. The Learn did bNter i 1 various 1nYitalio11als as Greg Dorn took on~ l sl plCJce and a 2nd, Jo,,n Bee eart ed one champians"lip and Jeny Ev,•ings gained a ~l'cond. Since ro members of Lhe learn graduilted, I provcmenl is bound to be ~een ne><t year.

TOP LEFT: 11 0w! My hP.ad r.!oP.!'n 1l b·~ 1d that wa~ t

11

MIDDLE LEFT: Teck I In he lps Jerry look for

a lo:t contact lens. MIDDLE RIGHT: Ewings and Tecklin after

lhe match assuring a TroJatl victory.

LEF'T: Pete sure Is an affectionate

p~rson.


118 1.34 142 142-150 150 158 167

Greg Ewald

Jim W~iland

Greg Dorn Dave Furno Stew~ Olson John BC?ck Chari le G..imm

16 7-177 Paul Schulz 177-190 Jae Dietrich 190 bean Siebert Hwl Jorry Ewln9s

6-11-0 5- 9 -0 17- 4 2 0- 4 -0 9- 7 -2 12- 8 -0

4-15-0 2-14-0 5-11-0 0- 8 -0 15-12-0

LEFT; Back~ J. Beck, C. Gumm, P. Sch Jlz J. Ewln;s. Front~ Ewald, J. \\fl;!rland, G. Dom, 0. Furno, Missing: S. Olson 1 j, Dietrich, 0. Blaberl.

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TOP LEFT: Let me tell you the one ilbout .••

BOTTOM LEFT: Time rs runni ng out.

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BASEBALL With a large nucleus of pl.ayers returni n~ th Is ~ear, Coat'1 F' feper s cl ar9es flgurcd lo be a beitel' team. B11L th~ improvement exceeded al I e:icpect lions as the! baseball team f lnishcd 14-4, ;oorJ for a sec.ond plai;e in the flew Iy forrr ed Wiscons(n Baseball Conference. The fou I osses a 11 came to M • S. 0 • E . / but the;i 111ere offset b~ a doubleheader swaep at La eland and beaUriqi Mal'anaitha all four games, lndlvldual ly ti-le TmJans were led by

Dennis Hltnrr (. 35 7) and Mark MueHet (. 358) at lhe plate. Se lots Dave Voss (4- 2} and Mark Henke (.3-2} anchored a pitching staff vJith two underclassmen~ Fred KriegPr (2-0} and Jim Jan e (3Qi}. Vos5 added soma spree to the s.ea ... son by hurling a no-hltlet against Madison Edgewooa. The squad's other senior, Keith Frse / anchored the defense at

shortstop. Pros_pects look brlgtit for the

Tregan 9 in '79 as 12 good underclass men return .

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TOP nere.

LEFT: Look!l flkc a strike frort

MIDOl!...E LEFT: If determination could do it ....

, BOTTOM LEFT: Going, gorng •. , • ABOVE= Batttng order Is ••.•


NWC

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ABOVE : It's a swing and a ...•

TOP RIGHT : Now rf •••• BACK: R. Schiebe, D. Huebner, J. Janke, M. Sltkho lz , R. Ulrich, 0. Free, D. Klessig. MIOOLE: R. Gurgel, M. Kolander , F. Krie9er( D. Kol ander, M. Hank~, S. Wiikens, M. Mueller, S. Set-il l C? , Coach PieE>er. FRONT ~

T.

Fr~cke,

Free, O. Voss.

P. Kiec er, D. Hrmm, T. Pankow, K.


Although the ten1is team 1uas not undefeated' this year nol hing can be said agains t tl,eir abr l 1tl ~«J. Aga In next year we c; hol~ ICf have a fev.· of the m n bac Lo buUd ~·1other successful saason.

TOP: Looks I lk l' a good sNve, but ••• MIDDLE:

J in~ ey~s

the bsl I.

lEFT: Bitler chases one down.

TEAM: M. Bare?nz, J . Proeber / ? , M.

Rrckc 1 B. Bftter, P. Zietlow, arid '111~

oth r ?• John Corte r 4lnd Davt Huebner a1e two wi Id and crazy guys wra IIke getting their pictures taken.


TRACK Although its record was not spectacL•lar

this year, H e track t eam shrw.·rid a grerit deal o.f er•lhuslasm 4111d talent. UndGr i h" l ~adcr­ ship of caplain Jim Ndson, lh~ trackmen

placed rc.spcctably in scvc1al invitational meets and relays, and in lhelr frrial dual l'llf'l"t sound I~' defeated Mara11alha. Sorn!? of th~ 011l1'landln9 members were: Jim NaIson, spri nts; Phi I H~yer, high jump and 10119 jump; Jolin Beck, pole vaL1ltc jave li n, and SP.rints; K ·11 Frey, sprints; an~ Joel Sucko·." 1 dis-

tance.

TOP

RIGHT ~

Ca(.)l. Jim Ne lson: anolli- r Sprint-

er?

MIDDLE RWHT: After you recl!lve the hand"ff , ... LEFT: Just a llttfe more Lo catcl hrm. BOTTOM RIGHT: Is th is how S.Jpcrman did lt?


LEFT: Dave puls cve1y last OLmce of ln. 1

energ~

MIDD LE LEFT: 111 an effort to CC1ol down .•••

BELOW; I'm lo rand

r., that? l

L EFT~ Stand ing: B. Favodte, Ft~y, J.

T. Hartwig, K.

Kuske, R. Bnder K. E:·l tt D. Lau, Coacf1 Thompso.r1. SlttimJ: K. Nel sor, J. Schmeling, P. Gieschcn, J. el son, D. Haag, P. Mlu~ller, J. Back.


GOLF Even t'liough spring mins: kC?pt lhcn· from early pracUce, l llS golf leam wai; stJll able to belltr lJ.ic 500 mark with a 7-6 season record. Along Lhc wa~1 , the team was able to capt...1re the y~or's

fitsl pface trophy for the fitsl annual WCIC toi.Jrnamenl. With corisislP.nt scoring from lhP. entire squad, the tc-am v.'as corrpeliliva wiln 11 its opponents, faUlng only to beat Carroll Collr!qr nn l Ripon. The swirigs of th~ four seniors, Mark Wagner / Mark Schulz, Totn Behnke, and Don Scheucde in, will be sorely missed, but next ~rear's team cal'I IDok fonnard lo tbP. strong nucleus of Rich W~rnecke ancl Tlrr Lindloff 11.·Hh tl·rcc prGmf sing sopl om01es tak Ing up Lhc s lnCilC ,

• BACK Row~ T. Behnke, R, Warnecke, M. Schulz" Coach Sellnow. FRONT ROW; 0. Screuerlein, M.

Waqner, T. Lindloff.

TOP RIGHT: Golf ls a garne of tong s'iols (!iomelimes from behlnd trees 1 Wags? >to •••...

MIDDLE RIGHT: •.• long putts ••• BOTTO M RIGHT : .•. or sher\ pulls .

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BOWLI G Once again there were a good numbc-t of pirople invol ved with the bowl ing league thi s ~car . There were a few surprises, Like the-

Cinclcre lla team that almost ',\Ion tt e to~rney. But rt was no surgrlse that 11. Neun"tann s strong LC?arr loo fir st.

LE PT: Dean rechecks his fâ&#x20AC;˘gures . F IRS T PLACE TEAM; T. Hennrngi, Prof. Baer 1 M. eumann1 D. HeUa .


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RIGHT: Forgat the dandrL.JfF, JI mbo 1 get In tha game.

MIDDLE: IM Soccer champs: P. Margraff, T. Jr i;k.c-, K. Fri?c, K. T u11 ner9 1 P. Spaude, R. Ulrlch~ 1\11. Alrk1olz 1 S. Wiikens, J. Pto0bcr, M. S paude , D. Free . BELOW~

IM Buckets Chatrps: D. Klcssig t B . Natsis, G. SchilztM. Fc1crst.ah ler, M. Rlc~e, M. Wolff, â&#x20AC;˘ Hi.::t\nfriq, M. Neumann.


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Not your average I ~~1 game specLators.

MIDDLE: IM Foolbal I criamps: B~c ·: P. Ylvjsaker, N. Kock, F. Kricqct, J. Seel ow, B. RunkP. Front: K. Bilitz, R. Warnecke, D. Hltnm; B. McKcrrn •y ~ K, Salzv.·edel, B. Ku-

jav,isk r.

BELOW: IM Buckets champs: R. Ulrkh, M. Wagner, J. Nel-

son, T. Jesk c , T .

Unke, 8. Becker, P. M. Bfrkholz,

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