Enjoying the present
Fall Homecoming The traditional Otterbein Homecoming festivities took place on October 20 this year under the theme "Otterbein Treasures of Yesteryear." Annette Thompson reigned as queen over the weekend festivities. Her court included Nancy Asinof, Mary Kay Burns, Lee Ann Hanaford, and Sue Chapman with Gretchen Smith as Maid of Honor. Returning to crown the queen at football halftime activities was last year's fall queen, Jill Pfancuff. Also returning was Charma Moreland, the 1967 Homecoming queen. Activities, planned by the Campus Programming Board, included the traditional Saturday morning parade, an informal residence hall open house, and several anniversary reunions.
Winter Weekend Otterbein's annual winter weekend, which included such events as the crowning of winter weekend queen and a traditional coffee house, took place in January. All sophomore girls were eligible for the five-member winter court. Tashonda Shore, a member of Tau Epsilon Mu Sorority majoring in life science, was crowned winter weekend queen by last year's queen, Lori Moomaw. Her court included Chris Simpson, Lynn Fichner, Teresa Eisner, and Wendy Cameron.
Marching Band Members of the Otterbein Cardinal Marching Band delighted the crowds at both home and away football games with exciting halftime shows. Under the direction of Gary Tirey and assistants Donald Wolfe and Christopher Bright, the 172 member band put in several long hours of practice before each performance, which included all home football games, three away games, and the Columbus Day Parade. Among their musical repertoire was Chuck Mangione's "Land of MakeBelieve," the theme from "A Star Is Born," "Evergreen," and the "Bottle Dance" from "Fiddler on the Roof."
Concert Band Under the direction of Gary Tirey and associate director, Donald Wolfe, the Otterbein College Concert Band, made up of approximately 95 students, appeared in several concerts throughout the year. Included in their list of outstanding musical events were special home concerts, Village Green Concertsinthespring,andthetrad~ tional concert band tour. The Concert Band first began touring in the early ?O's and since then has toured England twice, as well as performing in Chicago, Pittsburgh and many other major cities in the midwest. This year's 11th annual Spring Bands Tour, which also included Otterbein's Wind Ensemble and Jazz Lab Band covered much of Ohio, including stops in Dayton and Cincinnati. Some of the many tunes included in their performances were selections from "A Chorus Line" and "The Wiz." The annual Spring Concert was held April 1.
Orchestra The Otterbein College Orchestra is a community organization drawing members from the student body and surrounding community. It performs the standard orchestral literature, from Baroque to the present, including selections from Bach and Mozart.
Choral Activities Otterbein's choral and vocal activities centered around the talents of the Otterbein Concert Choir and Opus Zero, Otterbein's show choir. The Concert Choir is a select group of mixed voices which performs music from the Renaissance to the twentieth century. In addition to an annual tour and home concerts, the choir provides music for meetings, convocations, and area church services. This international touring band has consistently received critical acclaim for its artistry and has toured throughout the eastern half of the United States and in Europe. Their annual spring concert, held May 14, included such works as Shubert's "Mass in G," Brahm's "Liebeslieder Waltzer," and John Carter's "Genesis." Under the direction of Dennis Kratzer, Otterbein's Opus Zero presented more than 50 concerts, culminating in an International Music Festival Competition in late May. The group consists of 12 performers selected for their singing and dancing abilities, and six musicians chosen for their musical talents. The group presents a popular program of songs ranging from the Big Band Era, to Broadway musicals to ?O's "Disco."
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This year's opening production of Otterbein's College Theatre featured the play, "Hedda Gabler," from October 11-14, chosen especially as Otterbein's entry in the American College Theatre Festival XI. Henry Ibsen, father of modern theatre and the most influential dramatist since Shakespeare, who gave stunning portraits of the changing society of the 1880's in dramas such as "The Dolls House," allowed his genius to come through in his stunning portrait of the "new woman" in Hedda Gabler, a portrait that has marked similarities to changing aspects of the world today. Karen Radcliffe played the part of Hedda Gabler. David Butterfield portrayed her husband, George Tesman. Anne Kanengeiser and Robert Kokai were cast as Thea Elvsted and Judge Brack, respectively, with John Ebner playing Eilert Loevborg. The play was directed by Charles Dodrill with costume design by Kathleen Lewicki.
Dido and Aeneas The Otterbein College Opera Theatre presented Henry Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas" and Leonard Bern~tein's "Trouble in Tahiti" as the premiere performance in the Battelle Fine Arts Center. Dr. Morton Achter, chairman of the music department, was artistic director for both productions. First presented in 1689, Purcell's opera puts to music the classic myth told in Virgil's "Aenid." Cast as Dido and Aeneas were faculty member Lynn Hurstad and senior Kent Stuckey. Cheryl Nauman portrayed Belinda, while Gina Zelazny, Mary Rose Molinaro and Fontaine Follansbee were cast as sorcerers and witches. Leisa Robb and Bruce Ludwick round out the principles. In contrast to the classicism of "Dido and Aeneas," Bernstein's "Trouble in Tahiti" is a contemporary work dealing with the problems of marriage and life in suburbia. Fontaine Follansbee and Kent Bixler characterized Dinah and Sam with a trio of Maribeth Graham, Bruce Ludwick and Kent Stuckey 24 bac k'ing t h em up.
Carol Under the direction of Donald Paisley, the Otterbein College Theatre presented Charles Dickens' classical tale, "A Christmas Carol" for six days in November in the Campus Center Arena Theatre. The script selected was an adaptation from the original Dickens' novel by Barbara Field in 1977 for the Guthrie Theatre's first presentation. Cast as Dickens was John Ebner, with Sharon Blair portraying the better half. Robert Kokai played Scrooge, the miserly old man who thinks Christmas is a "humbug." Other cast members included: Dick Buckley as Marley, who foretells the coming of three spirits; Toby Uchtman as the Spirit of Christmas Past; Ken Emrick as the Spirit of Christmas Present; Tony Dimovo as the Spirit of Christmas Future; Jim Harlow as the clerk, Bob Crachet; Melissa Carey as Mrs. Crachet; and Corey Cook as Tiny Tim. Kathleen Lewicki was costume designer. Kelly Maurer was choreographer.
How the Other Half Loves Alan Ayckbourne's comedy "How the Other Half Loves," was presented by the Otterbein College Theatre from May 23-26 and from May 30-June 2. This British farce reveals the problems of three couples involved in two dinner parties which occur simultaneously on stage. Secret love affairs, mysterious phone calls, family quarrels, and the problems of two separate households occupying the same set add to the confusion. The cast included Karen Radcliffe and John Ebner as The Fosters, Lisa Durham and Kent Blocher as The Phillips, and Linda Finnel and Jim Schilling as The Featherstones. Director for the play was Carter Lewis. Costume design was by Stacy Reish, with lighting by Bob Crain.
Vanities A smash comedy hit in virtually every major city in the country after its resounding New York success, Jack Heifner's "Vanities" is an unnervingly funny play that depicts the lives of three spirited high school cheerleaders through college and on to adulthood. The cast included Lisa Durham as Joanne, Sandy Martin as Kathy, and Kelly Maurer as Mary. The play, directed by Carter Lewis, took place from February 5-7. Costume design was by Chris Markley, with set design by Scott Dillon.
The Merchant of Venice Combining romance, intrigue and suspense in a double plot play, the Otterbein College Theatre presented Shakespeare's comedy "The Merchant of Venice" from March 7-10. The story combines Portia's intended wedding with Shylock's agreement to lend money on the condition that if it is not repaid when due, the debtor shall forfeit a pound of flesh. As a special highlight, Arnold Moss appeared as the professional guest star in the role of Shylock. Moss, widely renowned for his work on Broadway and guest artist appearances, has been called by major critics "one of the best American actors we have." He also appeared in Otterbein's 1965 production of "Love's Labour's Lost." Appearing in major roles were: Kent Blocher as Antonio, David Butterfield as Bassanio, David Witt as Lorenzo, Karen Radcliffe as Portia, Cindy Kaczmarek as Nerissa, Sharon Blair as Jessica, Jim Schilling as Launcelot, and Mike Echols as Gratiano. Charles Dodrill was director for the play, with Kathleen Lewicki as scenic designer and Petie Dodrill as costumes designer.
Professional Guest Artist Arnold Moss as Shylock.
Brigadoon The Departments of Music, Theatre and Dance combined efforts in highlighting May Day week activities with Lerner and Loewe's musical fantasy of love and magic in the Scottish highlands with their production of "Brigadoon" from May 25. The story revolves around two New Yorkers on a hunting trip in the Scottish highlands who accidentally stumble into a magical town of Brigadoon, which only appears every 100 years. The colorful spectacle is highlighted by spirited music and Scottish dancing, including such songs as "Waitin' for my Dearie" and "Almost Like Being in Love." Richard Tatgenhorst and Robert Kokai starred as the two Americans, Tommy Albright and Jeff Douglas, respectively. Fontaine Follansbee played the role of Fiona Maclaren, a girl born in the 17th century who is only 19 years old. Maribeth Graham starred as Meg Brockie, the saucy girl who has her sights set on captu ring Jeff's affections. The other cast members included Kent Stuckey, Suzanne Carter, Anne Kanengeiser, Scott Dillon and Mike Ritz. Donald Paisley acted as artistic director. Dennis Kratzer was choral director, and Joanne Vansant was in charge of choreography.
May Day A traditional event at Otterbein College is the May Day festivities, which include the crowning of the queen and May Day activities and games such as the mattress races, watermelon eating and a three-legged race. Another traditional May Day festivity is the May Pole Dancing, a feature of the special spring Saturday that has continued since 1930. Twenty-eight May Pole dancers practiced winding the multicolored sashes around the pole before their May Day debut. Sue McDaniel, a member of Sigma Alpha Tau Sorority, was crowned queen by returning 1978 May Day Queen, Nancy Case. Her court consisted of Mary Ellen Donahoe, Linda Lucas, and Karen Fishbaugh. Music was provided by Susan Kaufman, Kelly Fishbaugh, and Tammy Perakis.
FOOTBALL (2-6-1) Overall Conference Record (1-4)
Co-captains Bob Bardelang and Mark Granger. Coach Rich Seils.
Offense: Front row, L-R: Bob Bardelang, Kevin Lynch, Doug Mccombs, Mark Granger, Mark Hartman, Brian Warning, Chris Clapper. Second row: Mark Bailey, Randy Bressler, Mike Echols, John Toeller, Wayne Cummerlander, Tom Chillinsky.
Defense: Front row, L-R: Rick Lainhart, Tim Hart, Matt Bakos, Dick Bonner, Bob Jacoby. Second row: Jim Lower, Dave Vulgamore, Randy Weisenstein, Greg Cobb, Jim Puckett, Bob Spahr.
MEN'S BASKETBALL (14-11) Overall
WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY & VOLLEYBALL (15-15) Overall (1-2) State Tourney
First row, L to R: Coach D. Mccreery, L. Wappner, P. Subich, J. Tobin, S. Kreps, C. Orlidge. Second row, L to R: B. Fickle, B. Connelly, C. Banks, C. Comanita, D. Hoar, M. Montgomery, G. Torry, C. Kreps, L. Foster.
First row, L to R: D. Clem, M. Flanagan, M. Donahoe, T. Wallace, M. Gossett, K. Fishbaugh. Second row, L to R: Coach T. Hazucha, T. Hottinger, K. Schuller, G. Dean, L. Jones, C. Maxhimer, K. Martin, J. Johnson.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (8-7) Overall &
First row, L to R: D. Clem, C. Muldoon, D. Hoar, T. Wallace, M. Flanagan, J. Jackson. Second row, L to R: Coach T. Hazucha, C. Maxhimer, M. Gossett, K. Martin, G. Dean, K. Horn, 8. Connelly, K. Fishbaugh, L. Jones, K. Schuller.
EN'S TENNIS & TRACK
First row, L lo R: B. Newlin, D. Diehl, F. Benedict, D. Smith, B. Ranney, J. VanCleave. Second row, l to R: N. Rosenberry, B. Gold, W. Woodruff, R. Miller, C. Merz, J. Groseclose, K. Yoest, T. Harris. Third row, L lo R: S. Hallam, K. Brown, A. Slack, J. Fox, C. Amstutz, G. Powers, D. Mccombs. Fourth row, L to R: R. Dill, J. Kneice, R. Rose, J. Sharpe, D. Deleon, M. Gray, J. McKenzie, T. Bakes. Fifth row, L to R: D. Freeman, Coach P. Miller, Coach D. Lehman, D. Rader. Sixth row, L to R: T. Potts, S. Farkas, J. Saunders, J. Wentzell, H. Hopkins, T. Stanford, D. Broadnax.
MEN'S BASEBALL (28-16) Overall (6-4) OAC Southern Division
Coach Dick Fishbaugh
Denise Alford /Physical Education
Kathryn L. Alfred /Elementary Education
Robert Alspaugh /Business Administration
Roger L. Althouse /Business Admin.
Jonathan P. Amy Political Science/History
Nancy Ann Asinof /Psychology /Sociology
Jody Bailey /Elementary Education
Mark Bailey /Business Administration
Robert C. Bardelang Physical Education
Terri Bashore Elementary Education
Tina K. Bausch
Richard T. Beers 1 Life Science
Fred Benedict /Life Science
Leslie Bennett Elementary Education
Sue Bennett /Psychology
Jeffrey Benson /Bus. Admin./History
Kent R. Bixler /Music Education
Diane Blain /Music Education
Nancy Bocskor /Political Sc.!Bus. Ad.
Kim Bodell /Physical Educa.
Kevin Boyle /Physics/Math
Robert C. Brazis /life Science
Paul Bremigan /Physical Educa.
Donald P. Brough
Robert Brown /Music/Business Adm in.
William Burdick /Political Sc.
Mary Kay Burns /Business Administration
Nancy J. Case /Home Economics
John Dillon Cavendish /Math
Susan Cheney /Elementary Education
Marisa A. Cinson Psychology
Debbie A. Coffield Elementary Education
Jeffrey E. Cole /Business Administration
Carol Comanita /Physical Education
Sharon Comstock Elementary Education
Steven Comstock /Physical Education
Joseph J. Corbett /Speech Comm./Bus. Ad.
Kathy Cox /Business Administration
Cathy Coy /Elementary Education
Carol L. Creel /Business Administration
Sandy Cunningham /English
Dee Danford /Elementary Education
Patricia Daniels Speech Communications
Mary Ann Deer Speech Communications
Mona Lisa DiMichele /Political Science
Mollie Ann Echelmeyer /German/History
Mark J. Espy Life Science
David C. Evans /Business Administration
Rebecca A. Ewing /Chemistry I Psychology
William Fairchild /Speech Comm./Theatre
Sheryl Farkas /Business Administration
Terrence A. Farrell Political Science
Holly Feen /Sociology I Spanish
Tina Fetherolf /Home Econ./Sociology
Sarah Fisher /Business Administration
William J. Flynn /Chemistry
Nancy L. Forman /Home Economics
Louise Foster /Elementary Education
Karen Frenz /Nursing
Karen Ann Freeman /English
Richard C. Frick /Psychology
Linda Garber /Business Administration
Cheryl Gibbs Music Merchandising
Louise Glazier /Life Science
n Taylor Rice-Godorhazy /Elementary Education
Elizabeth J. Goeller /French
Candy Griesinger Elementary Education
Beth Grissinger /Elementary Education
LeeAnn Hanaford !Elementary Education
Jon Hargis /Business Administration
Judi Harrell /Speech Communications
Patsy Hart I Psychology /Sociology
Deborah Hedke /Physical Education
Gregory A. Hirtzinger /Business Administration
Brenda Lee Histed /Home Economics
Susan Hoar /Speech Communications
Kathleen S. Hoover /Home Economics
Sylvia Ingels /Math/Business Admin.
Beth Jardine /Elementary Education
PaulD.Johnson /Business Ad./Life Sc.
Walter Johnson /Life Science
Mindy Jones /Life Science
Shelley Jones /French/Spanish
Mark Kline /Business Administration
Susan Kreps /Home Economics
Scott Kunkleman /Business Administration
Terri Lawler /Psychology
Sandi Lyman /French
Kim Martin /Physical Education
Tim S. McCarthy /Psychology/Bus. Adm.
David McDaniel /History
Gregg McDonald /Business Administration
John McQueen /Elementary Education
Molly A. McMullen /Elementary Education
Tim Mercer /Physical Education
Darrell Miller /Political Sc./Bus. Adm.
Tamra Miller /Music
Martha P. Montgomery /Home Economics
Dave Miller /Math
Sharon Moore /Home Economics
Barry A. Newlin /Sociology
Cathleen C. Nichols /Sociology
Kathleen Nicklaus /English
Kris Nuhfer /Sociology
Tom Oliva /Business Administration
Cynthia K. Orlidge /Business Administration
John W. Orr /Music Ed.!Elementary Ed.
Mark Overstreet /Physical Education
Rhonda Perry /Elementary Education
Martha E. Phillips /Psychology
Dawn K. Pinter /Life Science
Robert Pittenger /Math
Scott Pontius /Life Science
Gregory A. Powers /Business Administration
Mark Princehorn /History
Paul Rickels !Speech Communications
Penny Ross /Home Economics
Amy Runser /Elementary Education
Kathy Schuller /Physical Education
Louise Rynd /Political Sc.!Bus. Adm.
Larry Seibel /Business Administration
James Shellhammer !Business Administration
Anne Shirk /English
Gretchen Smith /Elementary Education
Richard Smith ;Business Administration
Cynthia Snyder /Art
Diane Starr /Business Administration
Richard Stein !Business Administration
Robert Staffers /Political Sc./Econ.
Sue Strawn /Elementary Education
Dan Strine /Elementary Education
Kent Stuckey /Political Sc./Psychology
Lee Anne Swaney /Elementary Education
Annette Thompson /Elementary Education
Deb Thorn /Life Science
Gregg Truex /Business Administration
Sachiko Ujiie /Art
Kathy Ullman /Elementary Education
Andrea Valvano /Elementary Education
Jim Wagner /International Studies
Susan Wagoner /Home Economics
Lana Walker /Spanish
Dorothy Wilbur /Theater
Kim Wilcox /English/Speech
Mike Wilhelm /Life Science
Amy Williams /Elementary Education
Sharon Williams /Life Science
Ron Wine /Life Science
Roger Winemiller /Economics
David Witt /Theatre
Kathleen Wren /Elementary Education
Richard Wright /Speech Communications
Emerson Wu /Business Administration
Susie Youmans /Elementary Education
Otterbein completed its 132nd academic year Sunday, June 10 when 229 graduating seniors received degrees in commencement ceremonies at 11 :30 a.m. in the Rike Physical Education and Recreation Center. Dr. John Ellis, Executive Deputy, Commissioner for Educational Programs in the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, was the keynote speaker at Commencement ceremonies. Ellis, the former superintendent of Columbus City Schools, also received an honorary Doctor of Pedagogy degree. Other honorary degree recipients were John Fisher, President of Nationwide Insurance Companies, and Janet Louise Roberts, a 1946 Otterbein graduate and widely renowned popular author. The Otterbein College Alumni Band, under the direction of Gary Tirey, performed a commencement concert preceding the ceremonies. Baccalaureate services were held at 9 a.m. in Cowan Hall featuring speeches by selected members of the senior class, faculty and alumni of the College, along with musical selections.
Dr. John Ellis
President Thomas J. Kerr, IV
Thomas J. Kerr , IV -
Franklin D. Fite - Vice President for Development and Public Relations.
Donald Bulthaup -
Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Woodrow Macke -Vice President for Business Affairs.
Joanne Vansant- Vice President for Student Affairs. 111
Morris Briggs -
Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid.
Albert Horn - Treasurer
Michael Kish -
Director of Admissions.
Daniel Thompson -
Donald Foster -
Carole Long -
Director of Religious Activities, Chaplain.
Terry McFarland -
Assistant Dean for Student Development.
Robert Gatti -
Assistant Dean for Student Development.
David Peters -
Associate Dean for Student Development.
Library Staff: Mable Hershberger, Mary Ludlum, Rebecca Blackburn, Rachel Slane, Alberta Mackenzie, Maribeth Petercsak, John Becker.
Development and Public Relations: Frank Fite Povolny, Chester Turner, Deborah James.
Vice President for Development and Public Relations, Don Hines, Mark Rowland, Jo Alic1
Campus Center: Peggy Olson, Patricia Swisher, Nina Miller, Barbara Lindsey.
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Leaming Resource Cen-
Co-Op Education: Frank Mitchell, Patricia Adcock.
John Dickey- Career Planning.
Mary Lynn Musgrove - Career Planning.
Stephen Petercsak- Reading and Study Skills.
Janet Meyers -
Education Department: Carol Evans, Chester Addington, Duff Helvoigt, Patricia Kennedy, Roger Deibel.
Joyce Karsko -
Mildred Stauffer -
Roger Wiley- Data Processing Center.
Larry Cox Albert Lovejoy - Sociology and Psychology Department Chairman.
Cynthia Godbey- Political Science.
Religion and Philosophy: Paul Ackert, Paul Redditt.
James Recob- Religion.
History and Political Science Department: John Laubach, Harold Hancock, Sylvia Vance.
J. Patrick Lewis -
Ursula Holtermann -
Martha O'Loughlin -
Donald Cunningham - Business Administration and Economics.
Business Administration and Economics.
Gail Miller- Business Administration.
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Millie Kidd -
Alison Prindle- English.
James Bailey- English.
William Hamilton -
Jean Spero -
Allan Martin -
Norman Chaney- English.
\ Eleanor Roman -
Roger Neff -
James Carr -
Foreign Languages: Paulette Loop, Lucia Villalon, Susan Klopp, Sylvia Vance, James Kealey.
Physical Education: Denise Mccreery, Teresa Hazucha, JoAnn Tyler.
John Hamilton -
Physical Education: Porter Miller, Elmer Yoest, Richard Fishbaugh, Richard Reynolds, Richard Seils.
Marilyn Day -
Math Department: Roger Tremaine, Richard Yantis, John Lohse, Lyle Welch.
Philip Barnhart- Physics and Astronomy.
David Deever -
Chairman of Math Department.
â€˘Life Science: Arnold Leonard, Jeanne Willis, Thomas Tegenkamp, Michael Herschler.
Chemistry: Robert Place, P. Rex Ogle, Jerry Jenkins.
George Phinney- Earth Science.
John Taylor- Physics and Astronomy.
Art Department: Albert Germanson, David Stichweh, Earl Hasser\pflug.
Music Department: Morton Achter, Jack Jenny, Lyle Barkhymer, Tanya Gille, Gary Tirey, Phillis Hester, Richard Chamberlain, Kay Reynolds.
Charles Dodrill -
Speech and Theatre.
Speech and Theatre Department: Donald Paisley, Kathleen Lewicki, James Grissinger, Jennifer Goins, Fred Thayer.
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