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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - June 6, 1969, Madison, Wisconsin WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1969 SECTION 1, PAGE 5 Graduation Rapped at Memorial Event By JOHN T. AEHL (Of Th# Stat# Journal Staff) The graduation of James Madison Memorial High School’s 442 seniors Thursday afternoon turned into a debate of sorts over the meaning of life, the goals of life, and the question of whether or not the graduates were de-humanized “sheep.” Even the setting for commencement, the immaculate and awesomely large Dane County Coliseum, being used for the first time for Madison high school graduations, came under some biting comments from a graduating senior, one of the (our speakers. The building easily housed the green-robed graduates and more than 2.000 relatives and friends, with plenty of room left over. The four tried to help the graduates resolve, even in the last moments before the diplomas were presented, the reasons for education and the reasons for the graduates’ continued existence. “It is not to the goals of life that we should turn our attention; we must rather turn ourselves to the living of life,” said Michael Brockmeyer, a teacher at the school chosen by the senior class to speak. He warned them that life is an unending search for the proper “we have the ability to live.” concerns and commitments, Miss Niedermeier, too, had a the social man.”    Ks£an°S&«“»imnKni«M. Br,*; that life “is an immense jour- warning;    Burt    Chojnowski,    another    lnaure^'K^«sms^ trey to establish your human- “Life is routine, sometimes graduating senior, began the ^fauri;q^rup^rren Kumpf, Kathleen Kund#, (tv.”    boring    .    We    must    find life in commencement addresses by sue Laird, Russell Lamb, Janice Lap I a    cewich, Janice Lashua, Frederick Laurie) m m e n e GETS AN ASSIST — School Board member Mrs. Ruth Doyle presents one of 442 diplomas she handed to Memorial High School students Thursday as Principal Richard Gorton prepares the next diploma. I Bruce Bartholomew, Patricia Bast, Craigj Baumann, David Beeman, j John Beeman, Frances Belknap, Ta ! mara Benward, Kathleen Berry, Debra Beyler, Joseph Beyler, Deborah Bilging, Michael B i n 11 I e r, Donald Bliss, Janet Boelkes, Edward Boldon, Carl Bolstad, Mary Bowerman, David Braaten, Theresa Brady, Beverly Brandstedter, Patricia Brand-stedter, Diedre Brensike, David Bren/el, Douglas Bridge, Ricky Bruhn, Erik Bry-nildson, James Buchanan, Louis Buch-holtz, Georgia Buckley, Ann Bucklin, Beverly Bunn, Terry Byrne, Jorge Cabrerra, Alan Campbell, Bricker Carley, Vilo Ceringlia, Burt Chojnowski, James Clarke, William Cohn, Timothy Colby, Kelly Cooper, Nancy Cooper, Martha Crawford, Joanne Culbertson, John Culbertson, Glenn Curtiss, Deborah Custer, John Danielson, Dannie Davidson, Donnie Davidson, Jane Dawson, Daryl De neen, Deborah DeSelle, Ruth Deutschkron, Margaret Dileanis, Joseph DiPiazza, Nancy Dodge, Carolyn Doehlert, Mary Doherty, Christine Dohm, John Donhowe, J James Dowling, Patrick Doyle, Rebecca Drosopoulos, Linda D u c k w i t z, Sherry | Duckwitz, Diana Dunham, William Durant, Janell Duxbury, Kathryn Edwards, Robert Eksas, Deborah Emmerich, Linda lEngeibart, Sue Engeldinger, Thomas iErck, Judith Ernst, Raymond Esch, Rich-1 aid Evans, I Claudia Fenton, Peter Pike, Bona Fin-j man, Duane Fischer, Jane Fischer, Kathy Fisher, Steven Fisher, Karen Fleer, Deborah Fliegel, Per-Oke Forsberg, Barbara Fox, Cheryl Franks, Kathryn Frazier, Timothy Freeman, Steve Fuelle, Terrence Gant, Larry Gartman, Sandra Geffs, Renee Gendron, Paul jGenna, Eloise Gibson, Janet Gilbertson, jjoni Grant, David Green, Frank Griswold, Katherine Grogan, Howard Grunes, Thomas Gustafson, Karen Haas, William Haase, Steven Halvorson, William Handy, Mark Hansen, Timothy Hansen, Diane Hanson, Rodney Hanson, Joseph Hara, Maly Hardie, Judith Harriman, Cyndia Harris, Kenneth Harrisen, Mary Hartung, Robert Hay, Susan Heber lein, Kristine Hefternan. Per Helmerson, James Henderson, David Henney, Karl Hesse, James Hillard, Barbal a Hodgman, David Hoff, Mary Holmes, Kathryn Hot-mar, James Hughes, Carla Hultner, Steven Hunter, Susan Hurley, John Ivanov, Susan Iverson, Patricia Ivey, Cathy Jacobsen, Dale Jacobson,; Dirk Janssen, Hal Jennings, Constance Jester, Anne Johnson, Cherrie Johnson,! Grace Johnson, Jan Johnson, Jean Johnson, Kathleen Johnson, Kaye Johnson, Thomas Johnson,! Thomas Jordan, Goldie Kadushm, Richard Kalish, Michael Kamarck, Deborah Kam-! . i    ,    ,    pen, Gerald K a s s a I o w, Paula Keller,- science, by choosing the role of Craig Kelly, Timothy M. Kelso, Kevin 'Get the Cap on Right/' a Laughing Karen Watson Tells Her East High School Friend Chris McMillan Before the Coliseum Graduation Ceremonies Thursday —Stat* Journal Pbotas by A. Craig BensoB 'Tomorrow    Is Ours to Win    or Lose' -Stat* Journal Phota Face Problems, East Grads Urged East High School graduates! ing Sen. Edmund Muskie (D-iLokensgard said that the annualGmefi^»/k^wi gmS^ J Thursday were urged to develop Maine), who said, “Today, peo Commencement is just what theiman. i.zahetn Goodrich, oebwah Gordon. *'    ‘    °    I    -*» r    J    Donald    Cor*    Jr.,    Robert    Gould,    David The) were told by Ann Nicder- this routine. We must find sue- startling the crowd with aceusa- Th0™k EUdTjSkt l a meter, a graduating senior, that cess, failure, anger, happiness, tions that‘‘the imPerso,,al ^uali- ^a;i0nare]ud^hmoLn;v^myDoLn*^r"^|sDa^ moral courage to stand for their1 pie in the United States are word means, “a beginning” of-o^gg, hurt, joy, and excitement in this ties of occas>ons such as this are ej^uwi*,>J<tpjwn Lewis,principles “regardless of how to- angry and frustrated.    that    exploration.    Sand,a    Gr',"d,•    P4,“'    • Anti-Doyle Move Loses, This Time By JOHN KEEFE (Of Th* Stat* Journal Staff) provoking much more dissent mech#*!, Rebecca anti alienation among the ranks Lund, janet Lyie,fljohn Lyngaas. Randan principles down.” (if orarliialincf ctiirlpntc ”    Maass, Mark Mackesey, James Malec, routine.” She also prodded them. o( gradualing studenls How many of us are living }jg attacked the ‘‘scheduled. Marvin, Michael Mcciuskey, Eileen mc day’s society tries to tear our many of us are being disinher- Richard Mendel, Stephen Martin, Pamela Joseph Thomas, the Negro ited from the benefits and ad- Marvin, Michael McCluskey, Eileen Mc-    r only for next fall — college or air ou t i n e, de-humanized struc-jCconsi«iK, hmm, wan.    Prestdent    arf    the    52-me    mb    erlvantages of our affluence, new job. How many of us have lures of society” for -imper- JKJ, KV"    |    »nl0r    class,    dld    lh'‘    u’'B|nB    be;    ‘'We    are    frustrated because of forgotten to live!    sonal    processing    and    molding,”    Mkhaei1'    Mror°#n    ^°n*h*n'-    l*00r*    tore    the    gray-robed    class    and)what we continue to do to our Life comes between the and said the “sterilized, air-con-Mculry Moore, su ort s, cha e more ^an 3.000 relatives and air, our land, our water, and en- weekends; during high school; ditioned Dane County Coliseum" Nan'//!•*/,' AnT'N*s^“!'cynth.aXf friends at the Dane County vironment in general, knowing tity. You face the job of turning/sh,con H*.s.g-now.” ’    reflects    this de humanization.    N,/t/mei/?$N^' Niei^n^suVa'n' no" Memorial Coliseum.    we will reap a whirlwind of inward, of improving human re-1 E/nx** David hi Gray, Janice Green. Edyth Green, pairt- ‘We are angry because too The graduates were warned bv School Board member Hcr-newalb Pamela Grunert. Perry Grunert. *    ,    ,    .    Nancy Gugel, Richard Gundlach, Cynthi# bert Marcus that they face the Guy. job of putting more quality into    R”YCHa*'r    Ma’/' our national life.”    Hall, Scott Hamm John HanevoM, Her bert Hansen, William Hanson, Cvnthi* Marcus said, “Too many peo-i    j^Th.^^Tu- ple are losing a feeling of iden-jser Timothy Healy, Linda Heaney, David Vicky Helmenstine, John Gregory Hengel, Pamela Henry. Debra Herlong, JU* A proposal aimed at rebuking From Mark Parish, another. "e a,c1 nei.aea ,IKe Sne/P|oisoj,: Mary oi»n7 Peters;    This    47th    annual    Commence-desolation.    lationships.”    Pr^HiM.ardNG^    Soh™*    Gregory Federal District Judge James teacher chosen by the seniors to ’ n/<) technic a1 competencies Jor/VacSht? SSan Parfjt*n merit by East was the first held “We are angry because we The graduates:    Barbara'Holm/ Sri Hombu/ En**n Doxie of Madison was defeated speak to them, the graduates"’ lXh\n ,th's over-capitahstic. • PaDrk^^f:k/a'nO'^,^"r; PaUlSOn, outside the school.    still have an estimated 22 mil- Lind. Adkison Anna    Ronald    M™'ay' rru\.    u..    Acorn    IwL-el    OVer-lndUStrallZed, and over-mil-, Betty Payton, Kristin* Pedersen, Bruce    lion Americans living in nnv AlMch' Cl*'r* Alexander, Robert Allard Patrick Hugging nedora u - Fhursdav bv the State Assem- heard:    ..    .    -    'Petersen. Gordon Peterson, Gregory P IV Cl L'tU ct Irmo inoaciirnH    ZsmeriCailS    living    111    p<)V    Barbara Allen, Charles Ambrosavage Jr Melody lh e, Bernard in o Ny. but a move lo reconsider -We do not know if Ibis is the "*r"£ 'A.J‘,ZZZ*T&words Thonm sa d "lltough fr,-v‘ 100 •v,'ars of    MTToSS, UK-measure kept I, alive    generation which will finally hav^cepted?//hLnan "a-!-»v TOJSr&rW.Wft the problems that we face are l>'-eden«rd anomic growth ...... ....... ...... I he lawmakers on a 53-44 vote wane a Peaceful rebellion de- ■ ll    Raisbeck, Peggy Raisbeck,    .    .    and expansion.    Baldwin, Mark Bait*' William Barreau Jacqueline Johnson, lei ie. Jobi. , . J IU I..*,    ,    ll,    I    h    .    ^    ,    lion.    JoAnn Rafterty, Enc Rasmussen, Paul not of OUT making. WO Cannot    Douglas Barrett, Catherine Bass, Loma|Martha Johnson, Paine.ta John-on Shar»fi re lect cd the resolution Ilia! signed to insuie the survival of V_, ,n f.nnf.llic;,,n    Rasmussen, Susan Reese, Mary Regan    ,1,-    ..u,.,    i .    ,    j    ,    Bauer, Nancy Beach. Julie Beld Lillian Johnson, Wallace Johnson Douglas John*. ,.i]„j r,._ „    I it ut ittnal eim , „| ■ ,    ,    ,,    .    ...    *Vt, HI Conclusion, ne noted, jfcmmalu Reinerio, Elizabeth Reis, Susan Change the lad ttiat HHV exist. nr, ARE ftustiated because Beld Oreaorv Bennett, James Bennett if Richard Johnston. Elizabeth Jones, called for a constitutional con- mankind or whether they Will ..vv_ ..annnt    „rnn|..    .-.^iReisdorf,    R    o    n    a I d Richardson. Patricia    prAViH,vnt    lohncnn    we    I. -    #4    cc.    I    Thtmtas Benson Mar v Blat kney James I Jf*an Jor'Jad, Tafritk Joyce vent inn to propose an amend occupv themselves with staving h i !    i    ^    »    i    *    ,i    .lohnson    we managed to pinduce R 5 mil- RUi( M,ry Bl,nkl,nsh ipP''sandra BlKk' dara* Kail Pamela Kattenherg. r r / merit that would make federal ,(,10nS or rear *d defenses b    T    SjTT o^'Ro-^r^'^ted in the appropriate words lion new job opportunities over    Boljl0    “ZI judges elective instead of ap- of a particular Mate regional    society to create an envi-    Russell,    Ann    we have chosen for our class the past five years, but UA mil- Borden susan Borman, en sen, .Born    ^ point ive for life.    or    national    wav    of life    ronment centered around sjh.e.n.    motto’    ‘Yesterday is not ours t0 lion Americans are still on wel-j ^ rB rc^r^    * ' p ’    *    Z human beings, aiound the mota. James Schmelze r, Elizabeth recover, but tomorrow is ours to fare.”    Bring*, Gary Brinkman, Dale Brown, Pa Kathy Klongiand. Phyl is KnoH, Donalf* 4 4    .*    %    ct    ’    • i il» i o / jai liers j l ri ti I e t i e f j ciuiuem RECENT decisions of Doyle "e «° not k,now lf the youn« awareness and consciousness of Kif’scKiKhT'Miwih or to iose.’ ” Involving what many legislators Pe0Ple hete toda>' and ,hose of mankind ... We cannot drop out «esr trick Bryhan, Susan Bultman, Deborah Thomas said “Th*»«P nnnrli Burke, Ronald Buss, Thomas Buss*, I nomas sum, I nose Cttnai Debra Bussian, Cheryl Buttrey, George Campbell, Terry Campbell, Mi-Barbara Carnahan, Ste-Carol Caucutt, Priscilla Wendel Chambertin, Kathleen hatman, Larry Christen-e Clift, David Cocking Koberstem, Allen Koenig, Eve Konkel, Elaine Kraak, Jerry Kraft, Rosalie Kraft. Barbara Kramer, Kenneth Krebs. Jan* Krohn, Donald Ku.hnl, Gary Kuehnl, Shirley Kuehni Jane Lager, Jean Lambert, Carl Laciness, Tommy Lang, David Lanphear, Mary L a R * a u, Brian Larson, Donald Lautzenhiser, Maureen Lawler, Virginia Lazarz, Charles Ledin, Nancy Lehmann, the measure, has said that fed- ^ie ®°und an(i fury of the last told the seniors that the board Stephens, Gary strong, DeborahTwanson, will have to know the problem for moral courage to stand for G*acque? Sharon Colby, Denise j Kathleen Leist, Emily Lettman, William Comedo, Steven Crary,Ueute, James Lewis Peter Lindsay, Gene Cupp Janice Curley.    Susan    Lord, Richard Lorenz, Axel Lorenz- me Dahl, Kristi Dahl, Dennis-,nrm. neiiainx Lucht. Gary Lukens •lf there is ever a place “only by thinking and living in a diploma, I consider each et w,i;„wVlri(nGwiJ,;m,WAndI,w    dc,, but lh? job is ours.' where an issue might In he de- international rather than na- you as a unique and important o.v......... ...... ASSEMBLYMAN James Sen-scnbrenner iR-Shorewood*, one of the eight Republicans who sided with 44 Democrats in killing the proposal, later asked that the action be reconsidered. He said he made the request, which will not be taken up before late next week, because he End    Apathy,WI est Graduates Told lied to the downfall of the Roman “We seem to be living in an b#l1 Michael e. caravel, Geraldine a johnson, Martha c. Jon* A-5    lf    ar    CAH    Inhn    fAaizirl (~*nUr    .«i    ut.i    I    is    i    —    lx.u    . David Ersland, Christine Esser, David ^Morehouse. Dorene Moi... _________ nu,.,,..,.,    ,    .    ,    ,    ,    cfr,!,rv Ev«rson‘ Jun« Everson Wu(k. Nancy Muell- Dorothy Muib-rn, I HIM ll AL J. A. Lokensuard JL    Lynn AAulh^m, Judy Mundon, Ma y Mud- jsnaACAn ►•iar’ Aor I at IA K C a r A11H * v I am CT m    f? . . ^    'YA    U    ” Bertha Heaves, Joan Heel*. DtboraH Nelson, Richard Nelson, Jan Ntemann, Dana Norgard, Thomas Noyce, Donald Ny bo*. Henry O'Kane, Donald Olson, Sandra ir*_, i, ^     —    riOlton, Kathleen Olstadt, Susanna Owen, ^G*nt, Lmoa (>erhardt, Madelin* G*rwick, J Barbara Page), John Papierniak. David Parker, Anita Parr, Constance Paus. Amy Payne. Steven Peck, Michael Pellets Jeffry Peterson, John Petry, David Pfeifer, Elisabeth Pehlan, Mary Phelan, Brenda Phillips, Sos an Phillips, Patricia Pinwar, Barbara Pliner, John Pogue, Cheralyn Pollock, Gregory Pond, Vicki# Powers. James Preysz, Nicole Prtdeaux, Sandra Proctor, Wayne Pruitt, Georganna Qutglev. Barbara Raatz, Stephen Rabideau, Alan a... _    ^ _    iRaemisch, Eugene Rafferty, Ann Rami* Randall w. David Franklin Rimmer*,    ker, Vicki Reed, Carol Rernke, Kathleen , With charges to “give us an thy toward t might tie issue was no ai e- e(jucatefj heart” and “become Negro has resulted in destruc- said. Mass demonstrations are a Empire and that American apa- era which takes a consensus ap-jjjam*cha/^M^    ; KMwor^'y!”jm A^ue^KJmui**^Ri*?f!!: u,,laf! A! dobson,j'Re.s, oVegoVy'^ Ren'rT'oiadys Regue,' Rich'. Carol Marie Cox, Carol Loomis Coye.irin^^uv'iiKjI,’/*ir/fainn*t:^ianC*s. Koemg, j Frank Saltier, Jeffrey H. Saunder s, Anita jRosenfeldt. Kathryn Ross, Steven Ross, Nancy Maureen Coyne Deborah Ann    Jl'uf1r    IS? .i” KoW'! i*an .Sc^ch,‘ Fr*tl*r'«A« Schilling, Susan Richard Rounds. Marilyn Rouse, Pair. r, a I Crandall. Jama* T, Crawmer, Thomas R °an'el    Kohler,    Donald Crone, Richard Allan Cuccia, Mary J Kuehl Ann Schilling, Gregory H. Schimming. Ryan, Shirley Rydstrom. T. _.    .    „    Michael    H,    Schneider,    Mike J. Schoen-! Sarah Sanders, Richard Sc.hear, Sharon Damron, Michael',, Tnonr'** Charles Kowalczyk, Susan Ann h«rg. Debra L. Schorr, Thomas Allen I Scherbert, Linda Schiller, David Schlim-Dean, John R. p'.*ss,n' Kathleen Ann Krismer, Michael; Schultz, William Alfred Schultz, Jane Ann gen. Gary Schmiedlm. Jeaneti* Schmud-Desch.    ^ Ralph A Kuntz, Schumann, Mark Alan Schuster, Marlene Hath. Michael Schnenbeck. Peter Schram, By GAY LESLIE (Of Th* Stat* Journal Staff) 1 the plight of the preach” ’to"decision-making, he I Sr . ,    .    .. ,, .        «..«    -    ct    -    —    ........'suited in destruc- said. Mass demonstrations are a: 5rfvr/^to»wir'n CCot^ PjmVXWaTlt«r Co^ COb Sandra t Lynne Klnnamon. Robert Ed- F Rub.n. Jean mi€ - qtiateiy aired before the ole. inv0|ve(j” ringing in their ears, tion in Harlem, Watts, Detroit, “group thing” that lets “others    9i^*v?fv.,d,B”in.cip.p*J-    ^jo^n^VwTjMnn.’V"^#."1Frank's/of/5' Ar,hu THE ASSEMBLY gave final 512 seniors received their riiplo- and other places.    decide for you.” approval Thursday to a revision    mas Tom West High    School As a    student senator he    re-    ouu at    is REING in the state election laws that    Thursday morning.    called the apathy of students to-    Lhe<i lm    afrai(j Vie * ghettoes! n w/l* DanaDTNan^y m bad been prompted by the dis- The ceremony was the first of ward the workings of student ^    ’    ■    .    I    .    Delta, Timothy jam** d« pilled contest earlier between four scheduled throughout the government Assemblyman Joseph Looby day at the Dane County Coli- administration (D Eau Claire) and W ilmer Wa    seum.    quently ♦ers, the Republican incumbent    Delivering t h e invocation    at,hude beaten lust November    Rabbi Manfred swarsensky of inlprests ,,f lhe Mmknla." amplos of young pooplo vho arf 1(1 ""r::: .*!"    ' ,!* ii*". fNtk El * o ill pie said under Hana said young people and trying "to work within soeiety to ate on a vote, would allow fl0(fs jaw tjlere js room «• jor other citizens^* must maintainichange society” and who have either house to order an investi-onjy one aristocracy, the aris- an aw areness of the w orld and I “tough and intelligent” leaders, gation of a contested election tcxraey of the mind. There is its problems,” “make a well said, “Take a page from their and to ake testimony.    ,.()0m |or onjy one nobility, the considered judgment on specific p(M)k. [ challenge von today to Waters, who sought to reverse    nobility 0f the heart.”    issues,”    arid “take action to    im-    he as relevant as they are.” Alan Rodefeld, Patrick Die one arb Reynolds. Bernard Rhinarson, Gary Vie-1 Richards, Joellyn Richgels. Sally John Richmond, Mary Richwatskl, Deb-Ellen Rundeli, Jult* orah Rinden, Karen Rink*. Richard Rog-P. Sanger, Paupers, Richard Roosmalen, Rita Rose, Dawn rha.i Bniind cdul.,d, r„iu    i    Scott Longfield, William Paul Loutber,    h*11*' Wally Jo Steven, Jerry Simon, choel Roland Edwards, early Ann Ehly, i Pam#|a Lee Lubbers, Robert Hwy l uridH Simons, Richard Alan Skillrud, Theodore Anthony Eisete, Shontl R.(Sandra Linn Lunde, Peter J. Luther*1 Andrew Warren Slagle. Susan Linda Smi- Dian# Gail Lutz, Pamela S Lybeck ley' Brad    Smith, Jenifer Smith, Diane Elaine Lytton, Deborah ElleniNancy A,,n Smith, Nicholas Ulrich Smith, MacCailum,    'Susan    Ann    Sofia, Kathryn Ann Sommerfield, Jane Marie the vlim one-vote margin he lost to Looby, failed to comply with Eider, Kurt David Elding, Samuel T. Ei-tickson, Robert O. F llmqson, Sarah Ann Ellis, Fred W, ElWakil, Geoffrey G EndrtJS, Juliann* Mary Engel, Cheryl Elizabeth England, David F. Epstein. Timothy B Erdman, Eileen Erikson, Cole Christopher Eslyn, David K. Evans, Donna Marie Eveland, Catherine L. McBride, Mkhoel d'mcCov'“m'.Tc IT' Douq'as H* stm’inffellKn! Ewings, Sara Ann Pal McCusker, Scott Steven Mclnms, Amada n#bor«h*T,hony    Stormer, n Farrell. Marv Kav Fee (Sue Mclntire. Thom*<    i    Deborah Ann# Stoughton, John S. Stovey, bara S I o 11 # n, Steven Slotten, Patrick Smith, Linde Spangler, Candace Spencer, Paul Sport*, Scott Springman, June Starr, Francin* Stebbins, David Stenjem, James Stevens, Mark Sitcha, Nancy S t o f f # I, Robert Storck, Thomas Storck, Paul Sotlrav, Oiaf S t o r I i d, Steven Sfraavaldsen, Dennis Strand, Terry Streeter, Phillip Stretch, Virginia Struck, Daniel Struve, Orlando Stilesville, Stephen Sudkamp, Bonnie Sutherland, Deborah Sutherland, Pamela He told the graduates they Plement the decision.”    |    These    groups    have    shown    that(M^/Z/n^yen/Lou'^s^sbu/g/r5 s,r'5b4u°h' Mark Th0™s Bnn'I. swamon. R^b'r^swenson0 S/"n virtue is not alw3ys conform- Fischer, Charles J. F i 11 g e r a I d, Gary | Darryl Wayne Miller urrent law requiring the filing musl seek out the good in 80 “THIS ACTION does not 'burger. Stephen Vance Strother, Peter L. of sworn statements by a dead line. Without that testimony, the ciety*    imply    violence    or    militancy    such    de sa THE UNDISCIPLINED life as rampant on college cam- The graduates are: Thomas Fitzgerald, William T. Flemming,!Miller, Jeffrey Scott Beauman Fosdic, John Arthur Fox, Minkotf, Barbara Andrew Howard Frank, Irwin Frank, Douglas Mitchell, Gordon L Moake Tim s,rock' James Le* Roy Sutcliffe, Douglas Tholo, Sewn Miller Joal Stuart,John Svetnicka, Terry J. Sweeney, Debo- Ken I 41 J. An I I c ft • I L Robert rj5»h Oft*    t    n«hra    I    n tiuMt I r\hn iThfimr line. Wlliiuui met I 11 '> 111111111 v . mc "llir, I MHM Il'I.IShlJ me    »«*■■»«•*■>■ vt* wuvf,r sam- - ■- CT —------- I    SueEllen    Frank,    Ellin Anne Frye, Nick 0thy George Moeller, Ashley Carter Mot- ru.: r."     < ii r-%1    ,v    •»,    , ^    »>    l    -    j i,«;- Carolyn Marie Ableman, C1111 bt th Gandolph, Eleanor C Gard, Christopher fait, Linda Lee Monk Rita R Montatm    Temkm,    Alexander terras, M Assembly Elections Committee is not worth living.” he said Pl,s< s today, he said. V IO- Aqard, Susan Elizabeth Aa*#, Jeanne Ann!B. Gargan, John C. Garver, Glenda I e* Gary Allen Moore, Stanley L Moore' J®,et>h_[*rrv' JLrald Vesli* Th°mas H,„,,ln,l it ,.,1111,1 nut iii i>fl inn th,I ..I,    •    .    1    ,    ,    Ipiicp    is Dip l(H»l (if thp luiiiirunt Alexander, Joyce Ann Aithands. Anthony • Gates, Donna Jane Gaus, Kathleen Helen Ann# C Muckier, Elwin GM ......  ,homa^    '• ,cha*' c Thomas der Hied It could not overturn inc “It is not enough to be angry ,cnce 15 ™ .    01    lne    1Kn<>ran'    James    Amato,    John    Stephen    Amato,    bt*    G#hl,    Mark    Steven    Genin, Lynette L. Ges Mary Jan# Mueller, election of Looby. A BILL extending to 27,000 Young men reveling in criticism a,ld undisciplined mind that re- ven M Amble, Alan R Andartan, David j tier, Violet M Getter, Gary s. Gibson, ( Thomas Steven Mueller, Colleen M,!1hfl.,t.d rwn.en K*w thu„uh p.,.r yruung flit ll leveling ill CIIUIIMH    ,    .    Lawrence Anderson, Fredrick W Ander .Susan Carol Glad, Patricia Ann Goebel,iMuldownty, Julie Key Munson Steven llworsted. IDawneen Kav Thorstad, Peter alone.”    ifuses to respect the opinions of son, Martha Jean Anderson, Mary Irene Richard James Goerinq, Laurie Ann Gold Austin Munson, Mary Ann# Myers, Peter    Thvj'o^-    J^as    Farwell    Thur- Gregory Taylor, Mary Taylor, Robert Elizabeth Thomas, Joseph Thomas. Thomas, Laura Thomas, Karen rah Baa Sweet, Debra Jean Sweet, John I Thompson, Vikcl# Thorson, Dorothy Tliou-Craig Swifzky, William J Taylor, Ruth . sand, Yvonne Tiedt, Patrick Trieloff, Mar-Michael (garet Tritfin, i\A*ry Trumble, Margaret Mar-j Tuttle. Linda Tygum, Donna Tyler, ..tare Thomas, Michael C. Thomas, Terry Barbara Uhalt, Gregory Underhill, Don-Muenhus, Elizabeth Thomas,    laid Uselmann, William Usinger, Holly Bryan Douglas Thompson, David I.. Valerio, Anthony Varda. Lawrence Vine, Ann Voight, Alejandra Vucetlch. others. Anderson, Karen Le# Arbogast, Vicki municipal employes unemploy-l Michael Dana, elected by the|ul,;'“'    .'^A. aa* *.«*«.ow, men! compensation benefits was graduating seniors to be the,,- « ms m«I lorre, *«,, ^ ni;?«^ ov-j. c~;.?    ^    Joh„    Gu,„ Given nreliminarv approval 71- Valedictorian, delivered the s°Vel> s 1,IS tne ',0,ent acl,'l!»,!Beatty/PaU| /.un berg, Madeline Jane Goodrich, low, Joyce Lisbefh Tlegs, Mary Andrea frg, maaenne jane fc-ooortcn,    d Nash, Karen J Nelson Mark aion ,    cr    "nn.    .v    ary Cynthia L, Gorton, Mary Lynn Neuendorf, Lajean Marie Nicholson Dean I'T-m' DaVw Geord* Tipple, Lynn Ann Gower, Mary Alice Grafton, Scott Edwin R, Nickels, Randall Francis Nolen hath Iiob,as' Keith James Topp, Marilyn Jean Granger, Carot Ann Grant, Patricia Grit-j teen A Nulton, ” Jan# Ann" Oakev *it*'r'u! Topp: Charles Wychkoff Totto, Anne Cam fin, John P Guimond, John Marlin Gules- An ne O'Dair, Mark. J Olatsson Marvl!    Barbara    J    Trobauah,    Ka Lauren Beck, Thomas Rob-jserian, Richard S. Gullick, Rosaline Kay Key Olsen, James Burton Olson    ,e*jn    Marj? Trot# Barbara Jean Tuttle, ___________           _    ___________ ________ ______ _____ __________ _______ill* Trawick, Barbara J. Trobauah, Kalb no u- P* ti* FII na \    place    aHHrpv;g    Nntind    that it u ac Only Creates new problems andi*>rf Bellman, Susan Bellinger, Susan AnnlGusinow, John A. Haley, Louise A Hall Kevin Olaf Olson, Mona ^Cay Oppriecht, i    Mril!!lrVJ.rin    k»/rbech    vin 28 by the Assembly IhursddyT !a■ -N anoress. JNOling tnat It Wd ,    •    «U    ■    u-    u    I. H'hish, James Roderick Bennett, Susan Ann Hall*, John L. Hatpin,    Jean    E.    Orchard,    David    Marston    Osiran    2    J’lJST I 5m aa ■ -    -    •    tails    to    solve    the    issue which he M Bennett M., th. Jane Benson Ne,I D Paula Joyce    d*r/    David    Warren    Pagel,    Elizabeth    C.    |5.T.'^1/' nrimn«lln nnn(ynni*J    r- „    „    „„ Bernstein, Todd Andrew Berry, Ruth Ber- art    Hampton, Elizabeth P. Hancock. Caro- originally contronted.    hor    a    SO-|son, Alan Michael Bertleson,    ,Vn    Cee Harkin, Robert R. Ha^ms, Shar- Susan Marie Besse, Dennis Bier!, Nicole)***”    Frances Harper, Laurie Sue Harris, John Roger Adam Hartman, George Hartung, and sent to the Joint Finance just a year ago that Sen. Robert Committee.    F. Kennedy was assassinated. The bill, which would affect he told his classmates they ..............   ,    ,0    Pr°Vlde    f0r    lhd    ,reed0>n    D. M Timoth, H.iw.H IM, ... 117 of the state's counties, cities, would "do well to emulate Mf.:*** '^vidual, vWmc*    "•» •nd villages with more than SIKH) Kennedy and shed the cloak of.* d'scarded as a vehicle for «o-|oj«j«. o-jwsjm    W fcnnnlatinn WBS recommended apathy.”    !Clal    improvement.    Brewster, Belt* Jane Br.gqs, Patricia M IHibner, Roger C Higbie, Daniel J KJopitidi lim. vsrth Luuniirnu    j    ,    .    ,    .    .    .    „    u    t    r I Briggs, Spencer T. Briggs, John Telford Hildebrand, Melissa Jean Hintz, Iv an advisory council made up VVe must make the choice lo i(»«onn j-aoim nhoirmkn «------  l,i™,u Joseph Fagan, chairman of Bnnsmade Dee Ann Louise Brockmann, Ann Ahi Bf both labor and management got involved, deeply and person- the State Commission on Indus- flan ^r^en.^ryJElTri Brose, B.r-|Holman, Cynthia L Hoops. Nancy Ann die, jr. Lawrence Richard Prouty, K.riniwilkle, ba** 'Thomas Wilkinson alk in our enc if* tv    with all its tr\    I flbor    and    Human    Rnla r*n Le* Browning, Craig R. Bruner, Amy Hosman, Lynn Marie Houtler ail), in our SOC lei)    Wlin ail lls IQ,    l^aoor,    ann    Human    neia- Carolyn Bubolz, Marjean Gwen Bunker Joe Russell Hunt, Chrisotpnar    B James Cyril Valley. Jean Elizabeth Val-ey, Ann M. Van Gemert, Kerry E. Van Cleeck, Kevin A. Van Kleeck, Lynn M. p ,1,,, rsiwirf    o.T*.    t     -•    | Venko, Mark Everett Van Sickle, Michael S, J?l*u-wf/U'-Trudy , J*an John Vernll, Thomas K. Vincent, Robert p/i P Vrhl^i I ~ ■ oal Lcrry A Vic,or‘ Er,c R Vogelman, Const once «Pa[k5'. Suzy Ij0 Volk- Warv Susan Wall p/,,y d.i/mvT i ^ itn tPeck'    ;    Gregory    Allan    Walters,    Mary    Ruth Wat- invrl a ptl^, Judith Lynn Percy, erbury, Thomas Wegner Watson, Miriam p^inh inhn    a    ii.    .    _    Ellen    Weinstein,    Martha    Jean    Weiss, Lh,,,    o^^A.r    Cra'9    J    Wenger,    Christine    M    Werner, i* !p nnin in r    I-itftrty Thomas Wtrim, Paul M. Westley* James | P PP'Hr J®sePh    Pl*zewski# Richard Kathryn Marie Weyrouflh, JoAnn Wheeler. John,A. Pollock, Jams Ellen Postle, Mary Pris- Georqe W While Walter Hirsch. Nancy Ellen Hochstetter.jcilia Potratz, Suzanne C. Poutiest, Daniel! Ronald E White, Janet Lynn Whitmore, Pei..anne Jean Hodge, Christopher T. PJT. Powers, James Pregler, John R. Prim (Christine May Wilkie, Gretchen Marie Scott F Hen Beth Peggy Watch, Bradley Walker, Kenneth Walker, Nail Walker, Vicky Wa (rack, David Waisvick, Robert Ward, Marc Wareham, Artyn Watrud, Karen Watson, Richard Watts, Pamela Weber, Patricia Weber, Patricia Webster, John Wedekind, Lynn Wedel, Crystal Weirauch, Beverly Wells. Jane Wenzel, Wendy West, John Weston, Robert Wheeler Barbara White, Patricia White, John Whitford, James Wilbur, Peggy Wills, Vicky Wipperfurth, Alan Wohlferd. Michael Woicek, Charles Wolf# Jr., Dale Wong, Kathlyn Wood, Mardi Woodard, Lawrence Wopat, Debra VVya. Craig Yapp, Lynn Younger, Luis Y^ dice, Paul Ziebarth, Michael Zimm#rm*% Jeann# Xirkel, Patricia Zwaifai KOREAN GENERAL VISITS SEOUL. South Korea (UPI) — representatives. Currently, unemployment 'ills and shortcomings, and make Dons and a compensation benefits are pro-;a serious commitment of aciton alumnus, told vtried for persons working in pri-1 toward their end,” he said. Igetting more and Tate businesses.    I    DANA    NOTED    that    apathy1    to be an individual. Ann Purcell,    Will#, John Rex Wilson, Mark Miles Wohi (*An Wjm Simp YnnP Smith K’rs. Hunt- John R Purucker, Cathleen Forrest i fertl. Monica Marie Wohlferd    lien.    Nim    Ming    tong, CJOUin MV l«r«n' .    -    M .    steven    A    Jmdra, Chrlstin# Mane John ;Robert Richgels, Linda Carolyn Rideout, lins Z.mdars, Robert C Zimmerman .,5 J04Pn”* inatallatinn* Kar#n Ann Campbell, Kietr* L. Camp tson, Richard a. Johnson, Sarah JanaiRobart Matthew Rteser, James W. Riley, Nancy Ruth Zitzar, Barbara B. Swather.Iueiense msiauaiions. ;