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',wf,1: 11? ,, 'QSC , ' , I jzfgiiizj-155:11 835 J sf A. . m4'?'3'r .-vw' I .J 4 'll Ififilgflffix I' x ' ACTIVITIES Coach Barry Traynor Manager Janet Webb REBELS SI-IALLO ERCO E Mike Burton Mark Tanner Nick Maldanado Andy Rowe Bill Meckel Matthew Miller Ricky Thompson Ken Sakamoto Neal Honda Don Dammer The Rebels, this year as in the past, are playing basketball without the height that would have given us a winning season. But whether the fans know it or not the Rebels are winning in other areas of endeavor besides the score . This team with its lack of height is one of the finest group of men ever to put on a uniform here at the college . They have to put up with a coach who will not tolerate any nonsense in practice or at ball games and all they get in return is the satisfaction of playing for a college. No financial aid is offered to these men. They are out on that floor playing their hearts out, just for fun. Other coaches and the officials have the highest praise for the Rebels on their hustle, never giving up, always giving 110070, and a school record of no technical fouls for unsportsmanlike conduct during a game . The coach says, "I myself can't find the words to express the extraordinary effort they have put forth under very adverse conditions. All I can say is that Mr. I and I are very proud of this group who continue to play like they are in the NCAA Finals. This is a team effort and not a one man show. The men have displayed this over and over. Next year I am looking forward to a highly successful season . As Dr. King said , "WE SHALL OVERCOME." nu gr' A11 ' flu NCE y . 1 52 ICQM' ' 104 91 Nu 57 S' 5 "" ' f so A f 0 L Fri, 3 0 ' 5 1 0 80 Rosar 5 iq: BQ W Q- 'K 53 5 74 Emmaus 1 40 Tr1n1ty S1grna Nu . -r ICPM 1 Niles ,X ,.., . -'X- e -'-' ca 13 1' AIC Moody 'P Roosevelt ICO Emrnaus Chiropractory Niles Roosevelt' Ipzi-,y V. ' 519,551 92 93 105 80 99 86 102 72 ' 95 MIGHTY ACTIQ K 3, f ""-Q.. J--41" A ,ww - Bragg... Statisticians Lee Ola Hoosman Stephanie Bell Terri Viscuso 6451 l NW , . J 'x I p I w W W 22 Mau'-w ,gaww Af-44' W-4 WJ .aa '-M.-,,.,,,,,w MQW QF 3 I v wa .1 4 M, I I W, ,.,f,.f-VV.-I ' f A fi .W ' ,Mm W :A-.-nwwewvw CHEERLEADERS HHN! bf! P.. --M if 5? 9 ha, ggwpffasww-JW ' ,,,,-luv an , l The NCE Rebel cheerleaders appeared at every basketball game during the October through March season . The squad, composed of five freshmen and three sophomores, was fortunate in having so many loyal fans at each game. N 5 .5715 i , ,. W., .1 , 1. 1.,00'1Q ' , ,ax , . '-"""""' ,,.... -as-3- in Q' Q 'MK K, "Sc, - '1 PGM P0 S The Pom Pon squad is the group of girls you see out on the floor at the half -time of every game. You know . . . the girls who wear those cute little red jumpers, shake red and white shakers , and give all the fans their fantastic routines and big white smiles. Their main activity outside of practice , is brightening up the time that the team takes to recuperate so they can come back out and continue their great job of scoring baskets. 1 STUDENT SENATE A ,,,, - , Ov ...-vw-wil" The Student Senate of Natronal College 1S composed of elected student representauves and faculty advrsors Thrs govermng body meets regularly every Tuesday at 4 80 P M It 1S the medratrng group between students and faculty and the admlnrstratron Thrs group 1S rn control of a portron of the student aCI1V1I16S fee and offers T.h1S monetary support for orgamzatlons on campus that engage rn worthwhrle act1v1t1es both on and off campus . . a . . an .. .. . . 1 .. . .-. . ... a G. A . is the working body of Student Senate consisting of our 15 clubs and organizations of social, intellectual and cultural involvement. Meeting GE regularly every Monday, the appointed representatives of the clubs and organizations discuss progress , A S S finances and student programs and activities. CCN CERT CHQIR u0"""" r., sZ 'Mag JVM The concert slngers meet twlce weekly Throughout each quarter and use these meetrngs to rehearse musrcal numbers that are to be performed at concerts The cho1r consrsts of srngers who equally enJoy performrng They share rn a deep love of grvrng of themselves through son The core of thrs estatlc rnvolvement IS Jane Artabasy the drrector and enthusrastrc leader who 1S consrdered a Joy by all those rnvolved AMBASSADCDRS fr ,v ir The Ambassadors is the public relations group of National College. The members work closely with the Admissions Office in hosting prospective students , in giving tours of the school, and generally promoting NCE to outsiders. 32 . 523 3 NFCR W dy , ' 4.Nrb5fdfEf!39-' oi E N.C.E 'B ,V mam' 4 um in Since last year's theft of all the station equipment, WNCE has completely revised its staff, format, and method of operation. Terms like "carrier- current," "Station I.D. ," and "tight U. S. loose format" were heard very frequently in the television studio, which is now doubling as a radio broadcast center. Making part-time use of the fabulous new audio equipment, purchased by the media department, WNCE began intense D.I. training programs, and the process of broadcasting was begun. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. was founded in January of 1908 , on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. , by nine illustrious young women who found a need for an organization that would represent "Finer Womanhood" and give "Service to all mankind . " Ioto Epsilon, one of the newer chapters was chartered September 28, 1974 by fourteen of NCE's students. In keeping with the AKA tradition, Iota Epsilon has designed its program of civic and social functions to include the community in which it Functions. x 34 y f . ,1.. DRA APRODUCTIO Sz' -'75 ' Lights, lines, make-up, rehearsals, applause are only part of the Speech- Theatre Department. There is also design , history, television , excercises, film and literature. Some of the experience is before a class, behind the scenes, within a role, part of a team and out there in front. . . Most of all it's the exploration and blending of the creative and imaginative forces, a togetherness of exciting people and a continuing celebration of life. .-.Z a 3.-1 5, I I' num, L rex- 'I' X Eri' QF' 4.5 bfi, 72 Q ' A 2' 'v ' ,f 1 L' x fs--V Q s1.J,'S g-.J ,M " QR,-4- 1J.i'Q,'7gi: M- +1 11' J, 'St ws,?IfQf lwfsl- if Wi -fa is-W' 'E,5'T'Nfi2q"'::i'x gf' v-I... v sxqH,lf-fa' MA., gvzgfk qv Gels . ,,-m.g7l,f.'1 M ,dxf ""'- llkf-,EfhQX Nw 32 tm. Q ,,. , ff X , , "lui if-qfsiii 'A' 1 ' -1, 14' ,I W ff 'aff Lia"-"f'.'E,y ' W " 'fr g nnfyff? iw iirfigfvl 1551 ,-S711 'md '53, in 36 MISS REARDGN DRINKS A LITTLE . . ' 5 ' n w 4 , i INTERVIEW x I I E I Q N T N YCDU CAN T TAKE IT WITH YQU CDR CAN YOU? I 4n""'Nx K' UU: 4 'W 'L ...ma ETC., ETC., ETC I fx s YQ, uv-4' 'T I ,. 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Jn .,0 go. lgl ll ..n' o. il. """ I ,o.q 'n, """ I v h ,- -l...l. u .'. N 'Q'-la-A . '- C .lx n'..: .n - ' . ' 7.'. 1' '. s ,- U as Q .5 . O ti .0 .3 .O Q ggi' ' .'lll 'J f 'v Q Q Q ' 5 ' I,I,BC. 'A,"1.ll. I ....ll. 'n,'..ll. 'I' .'l. I. Q 9 0 'I O, . 0 F 9 .I 'n Q I s H l I I I FACULTY A lm RA 4' D I 1 r 1: DAYTON I5. GRAPMAN DR. ROBERT A. GREISING DR. ROBERT I. STALCUP Vas- PRESIDENT: CALVIN E. GRGSS 9,9 f i" 'ff X! .X I yr f 1 f' . 5 V: , f, w ,-v:1"f. -X jf' .1, 0' .1 3 1,6 ,., .. , ,?,,,r:t ,135 f , , 1' err , 4 4 g . 4. z " 5' www J Every cruzen of T.hlS country whether he pounds na11s ralses corn desrgns rockets or wrrtes poetry should be taught to know and love hrs Amencan herrtage to use the language well to understand the physlcal unrverse and to enjoy the arts The dollar he garns 1n the absence of enlrghtenment 11ke tlns w111 be earned rn drudgery and spent 1n rgnorance MR. ROBERT HARTMAN MS. LAURA GRAFMAN H """' ' 5 MR. LEONARD FREISER MR. GARY BERGMAN 2 Wm 3 A 4 Q .kg MS. CAROLYN BAIR MS. BARBARA BURNS MR. I-I. RICHARD HENNESSY MR. KEN CAREY DI ISIC CDI: 4 1, V: I MR. IOI-IN BARBEE All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost: The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost. 54 MS. BETTY I. WAGNER K 2'l fse V 'mums Why V ,mx 'V DR. LEE C. RAMSEY if X X23 MS. IOAN SMUTNY MS. MAY DEHUSZAR HUMANITIES Q H 41 W MS. IEAN IOBOUL HAYDN A MR. RICHARD BAGG MR. LLOYD COUSINS I j 1 ' A 1 A 4 I w 1 1 MR. DAVID R. PAY MS. AUDREY OWEN W 1 A A DR. HELEN CHALLAND DR. ARTHUR HANNAH MR. HAL GALBREATH MR. SAMUEL IOHNSON MS. IUDITH NOONAN 3 Quif V li Q 1 . Xi W Q iam A , ,Z DIVISIO CDP ATURAL SCIENCES .1-'fx'-if MR. FRANCIS T. WILSON MS. PATRICIA BLUS DIVISIQN QP BEHAVIGRAL N,- M5. AVIS P. MCORE DR. ROBERT W. SI-IUPORD SCIENCES 1 PHYLLIS F. NEULIST 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 K1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 11 K. 1 11 1 1 11 MR. EDWARD RISINGER When Reason speaks to you, Hearken to what she says . . . . . . and you shall be saved. Make good use of her utterances . . . and you shall be as one armed . . . . . for Reason is a prudent minister . . . a loyal guide . . . and a wise counselor. Reason is light in darkness . . . as anger is darkness amidst light . Kahlil Gibran 11 11 1 MS. SARA EWALD and DR. CALVIN K. CLAUS MS. SYLVIA LANDSMAN A J' A VSA. 'MQ X' ? I DR. ANTHONY F. GRAMZA MICHAEL A. TODT 1 G I i u . . -A 4 ll H w 4 , 1 ,I x 2 rl Q 5 1 i J 1 l 1 I i X 1 f I I 1 4 I 1 il NI X I lk, .,AA , 4 , jl 1. . "A,,l I , wb 2, fr p- ., fn . Some men would see the Q 'A world with the eyes of God . . . . . . and would grasp Lhe secrets of the hereafter A by means of human thought . . . Kahlil Gibran 1 wizfnlwwz , , 61 w i, . 13 A TRATIGN SCHOQL fax W-M-imuw The aim of education should be to teach the child to think Not what to think John Dewey p -1 E' 4.-f J' Six' 'L 1 'lv' -8 Vkx i I Q44 'Wm .J-""' ,uw 'Wm 411' WW? 65 Teachers are privileged to touch and influence hundreds and sometimes thousands of lives. A little bit of each teacher rubs off on each student who , in turn, is forever different. That increment of human personality becomes a part of the whole person who receives it . The recipient then interacts with others and changes their lives. The process repeats itself in ever-widening circles. Ag? , These pages Joyce of Dr gn. -4,41 rf, .. .gg , 'M'4'Hw,Q0'2. ' :L 31-wvr'-.M , W -ls'-'13 ,N ,,NY,,,,.Kh.,.. 55 ex A 9 ar' J- . . ua' ,PA- Iflii- " L 11.5 it v '1 T- '1 'U gf gf , kffwwv' .in -f:-i: - ' .fs , . . rmfva !.'f-"'Ye'M.4c Z' , . ... M Af -1 'I if , ,Y h J' ff . vv .3 1: - a'Z1.r" if-4-.7 O Q D .1 . GP K A . ' , I, 1 Y .Q 1:43, f f ' 1 N A . X K - X - " F ' ' hr A , Q ,ri , , Qi.. Lin.. ,0i:.cNc,fEq-:,E:,,,:.!g X X 'N x, . ,iff XX X V, 5 s . ,M 1 , f . 4 A ,,, '- 'ff' . . , 5 ' ' " , f 'ffl g f 1' , g f , -1, 5 1 hlki , , ,wfw ' f -' 1-4' ,H SENIORS LE RNING THE THEORIES A D METHODS, THE mv' 1 Q' My 04,593.95 Mfwkme 'i lg' "QwQ R. 7771! 'YY 132 APPLYI ,....1 5 Y-.ML if Q 2 4711 if Xr,,g-,N ROBERT ALEKNO "Love more" CHRISTINE ALEXANDER "In one year and out the other." CAROL AWE "'Tis education forms the common mind: just as the twig is bent the tree is inclined. " BARBARA BALTER "Always look ahead for a happy and prosperous future . " Your friend is your needs answered . He is your field which you sow with love and reap with thanksgiving. And he is your board and your fireside . For you come to him with your hunger, and you seek him for peace . . . . let your best be for your friend. If he must know the ebb of your tide , let him know its flood also. For what is your friend that you should seek him with hours to kill? Seek him always with hours to live . For it is his to fill your need , but not your emptiness. And in the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter, and sharing of pleasures For in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed . IANICE BARTOLAI "A smile can only be given. " BRUCE BREHMAN "Accept the things to which fate binds you. And love the people with whom fate brings you together, but do so with all your heart. " NANCY BRENNER "Smile . . . For that is something everyone . everywhere does in the same language." CATHERINE I. BRESCIAN "God, be in my mind and in my growing . ' ' CARYN BRESNEN "Live according to the truths within yourself . ' ' VICKI BROZEK "What lies behind us and what lies before us, are small matters compared to what lies within us. " LISA CARR "Teachers must be free beings, real leaders . . . , so that the search for wisdom becomes the chief educational pursuit . " KAREN CLAUS "Iede Bohnchen gibt line tonchen. " SUSAN BUNTING "And gladly wolde he lerne, and gladly teche . " .,- C, x,u"""N- K, ls s is .ttf an-Y Si . , , , X N'-Q. .gb :xx DENISE CLOWNEY Mrs . Stephen Harris" 1f"N tx. N THEODORIC COCKRELL "The best school of discipline is the home. Family life is God's own method of training the young. " ALONZO COLEMAN "People only fear what they can't understand . Everyone should strive for tmderstanding in life , to relieve themselves of the fears of our society . " WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM "The greatest pleasure of life is love." WILLIAM DEUEL "I just want to say thanks to my friends for a great four years especially Terry . Donna , and Debbie. " MARGARET DEVITT "I love these little peopleg and it is not a slight thing , when they , who are so fresh from God, love us. " THOMAS DEWING "Live each day to the fullestg then you can look back without regrets . and forward with great hope." 2 in 1 I Y BICYCLE mutt mm ANY TIME 4-9 NSTON 9,300 . CHARLES DIETRICH "Play your cards right . . . and you might get lucky. " LAUREL DOROBIALA "The goodness of God smiles upon all children MARK DUDEK "Judge a man not by what he's done , but by what he is." MARILYN ECK "The only gift is a portion of thyself. TERESA EDELMAN "To all those who have been a special part of my last four years - thank you for your precious love." CANDACE EGGERS "You can appreciate the miracle of a sunrise if you have waited in darkness. " DEBRA EKSTEDT "Take time to laugh . . . it's the music of the soul. Take time to work . . . it's the price of success. " PHILOMENA FABAC "If you do not understand my silence , you will not understand my words . " . . . yesterday is but today's memory and tomorrow is today's dream. . . . let today embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing rp i, v.. RHONDA FORMAN ROBERTA FORMUSA "In praise or loving a child, we love and praise not that which is, but that which we hope for. ' ' DAWN FRANZEN LORNA GALICH "Age is sage. " KAREN GAMSU "Only that day dawns to which we are awake . . . friendships are a happy thing . . . those who love are never alone . ' ' K au KATHLEEN GAVIN DEBORAH HANSEN "I see myself reflected in the rushing tide of hopes and dreams. " IO LYNN HANSEN "Live life to its fullest extent. And be thankful for what you got! " BETH HARRIS " . . . Somewhere in my passing days, I will enter that world. All that will be there: people, peace, my clay and wood and me . . . " gm -ht 3 ' 'T' az 4 LYNN HEFFRON " . . . and let embrase the past with rememberance and the future with longing . ' ' LOIS HEIMBAUGH "Women's work, grave sirs, is never done . " CARMELA I-IERRERA "Some people see things as they are and ask why, I dream things that never were and ask why not. " PATRICIA HOLZENKAMP "Nothing would be done at all if a man waited till he could do it so well that no one could find fault with it. " IUDITH HOMER "Every man is the architect of his own future . " LEON HUDNALL IR. "Never part without loving words to think of during your absence. It may be that you will not meet again in life. " 84 'N' M 4 7' ELLEN JACOBS 15.1 M yiik V5 DONNA JEWEL W V ' f Children are the world s greatest V' ' 2 resource SHELLIE KAISER "The aim of education - in fact the aim of life - is to live joyfully and to find happiness." BARBARA KOBER "I love these children, and it is not a slight thing, when they love us." LYNN KOMPERDA "If ever I am a teacher, it will be to learn more than to teach. " JOAN KONITSHEK "Those were the days, my friend. We thought they'd never end, we sang forever and a day." JAMES KOONS "To seek, to find, to capture life - that is my goal." DONNA KOSTOVICH "Cherish yesterday . . . dream, tomorrow . . . live today!" 86 Qu .le 3 Q53 ., Z L 4610" '98- 0 Q QQ' Q Q9 U., .U Q'n l U.: I LAYNE KURIS "To be able to find joy in . . . another's joy: that is the secret of happiness." ELIZABETH LAKE "Yesterday shows another day is here . " DEBBIE LAMPERT "For all that has been , Thank-you. For all that will be. yes." DAWN LANGE "With all its sham , drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy-H HEATHER LAWRENCE "Laugh if you are wise. " WILMA LEIN WEBER "Books make us intelligent, but only other people can make us human. " EVELYN LISKA "Don't give up! 'Cause you know they say, 'What the day may bring, It may take away' !" IEANINE LOU LOUISE "Values are simply best learned by little people watching values lived MARY JANE LOVE "Beauty is not in the face: Beauty is a light in the heart." JEAN LUKES "It is easy to learn something about everything, but difficult to learn everything about anything. " No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge. The teacher who walks in the shadow of the temple , among his followers, gives not of his wisdom but rather of his faith and his lovingness. If he is indeed wise he does not bid you enter the house of his wisdom , but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind . . . For the vision of one man lends not its wings to another man. FRANK LUONGO "Peace to my groupies for Media lives forever." "always remember the sky is blue. " "No more comments, please!" MARGARET MAHER "It is only with the heart that one sees rightly . ' ' MAUREEN MALINOWSKI GAIL MAYES "Insist on yourself, never imitate, nothing can bring you peace but yourself . " R. GENINE MISCIOSCIA "Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die , life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly . ' ' DEBBIE MONK "Set sail towards the sun. Feel the warmth that's just begun. Share each and every dream. They belong to everyone . ' ' WANDA NEWELL "Thoroughly to teach another is the best way to learn for yourself. " MAUREEN NEWMAN "App1y your heart to instruct and your ears to words of knowledge. " 90 AUDREY MORRIS "Keep true to the dreams of thy youth." DONNA PAYTON ' 'It was a long time coming back but even with a family I did itxand I'm glad I did it." CAROLYN PRYOR "To everything there is a season , and a time to every purpose under the heaven. ' ' JOAN REDDY "I have no parting sigh to give , so take my parting smile instead. " ED REISER "The teacher is wise who does not ask you to enter the house of his wisdom but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind . " GAIL ROSEN BILLIE ROUSE "The best is yet to be!" DOREEN SCHOTT "If you love life, then do not waste time: For that is what life is made of. lv CATHERINE REINES "Fine words! I wonder where you stole them MICHAEL SCHULER All the way with Poover .I ! " CHRISTINE SIKORA For all that has been Thanks' For all that should be Yes' DWIGHT SKIDMORE I came back and at present rate may remaln back GAIL SOLTYS Our best thoughts come from others GERRI SPANIER I I' j fl Q ' sv Liiff ' u -f., . I 'U U' . BARBARA SPARKS "When you're in love . . . anything's possible." IENNINE STADING "An apt quotation is as good as an original remark . " DEBBIE STARKUS "He who smiles rather than rages is always the stronger. " PEGGY LEE STECKEL "It's always morning somewhere in the world . " y -,,,.--ev gi .Lif 3 .. 4 1 x ,wi- B v v ri 1 f., If XY if . i D ROBIN STYBR "After night there is always day and sunlight and flowers." HELEN SUPAK "Friends, I will remember you. Think of you . . . And when another day is through, I'll still be friends with you . " CAROL TARANTUR "I must believe in myself before others can believe in me . " LENNA TASLEY MARY TURK "When through my actions I brought you a little more light, truth, love , and peace , then my knowing you has been worth knowing . " ROBERTA VESS "Through1y to teach another is the best way to learn for yourself. " LANA VOLLAND SANDRA VOLTATTORNI "Smile at least three times a day. It's the best medicine ever." thought is a bird of space, that in a cage of words may indeed unfold its wings but cannot fly. I!" EQ'-ww 'im 'Af N. BETH ANN WALTERS "Life is what you make it. " TAMMY WHITING "Better late than never. " JANE WHITNEY "The language of friendship is not words but meanings. " SANDREA WILLIAMS 'H I "Fantastik . " RODNEY WILLIS "Even the darkest cloud moves on and makes way for the sun where there is a new peace about everything. ' ' KAREN WINIKATES "We cannot afford to forget any experience - not even the rnost painful. ' ' REBECCA WOLF "The object: to prepare oneself that the actuality of life exists without as well as beyond a shadow of a doubt." MELISSA WYSE "Love beats all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends." CHERIE WINKLER "Go placidly amid the noise and haste and remember what peace there may be in silence . " ,aaa SUSAN YOUNG "E1 revolucionero verd adero es guiado por gran sentimientos de amor." J S.- 'N fs' 5 I 71. ,gilxj .5121 1' -fr , A :Wu 5 '95 as 4 0 Va ,. EWWU' . f' ff,:'?XX r K! A " , L 3 1,,'1f?1 I 0 1 ,Y p f ' 5 W, " I ' 1 Hg . U "5 Jul' I'l r'fl 4 'I '1 fav! ,flf 1 kt , i J I fly' 9.4 0 I 'fb U s 5'9 Wx! 5 0 Q99 . 'NS Q .2 Y, A .canons y""l-r, .fav , ?.Y, N1--xg . e 3 13 ,WY Qs. A if X' wg ,Y E Q , 5 J g! Ht ,V 5 wx f fi lax -1: ily x . 'QSQXXK ' TWA "fillU': 150 Q L QQQN X Vw! f RUTH GRABAZS ff GRADUATIO 1975 ,iv '6 'Hg 9 4 ,552 M' 1 U'- JE, ,, 'QL - - V ,. -94 . ' 15.371,-x , ,-,,. , M 5,1 mi, 4 .. -' V 4- L U .lu l J fi A F V t V .. 1 1 I ' 35" TICIPATIO 1' ,- . 9 i f 4 FQ 5 ,..-..., 3 f 1 ,gL :ll 4517! . ll' 2 . i u 3 --..H,..x. nm "'m..,W+.,., L CQNGRATULATIGNS F -L 1 1 ' 4 N 1, u 1 104 ,fanf- 5' ff Wx! 'Si 'Fr ,+- WE BID YOU A FUND ADIEU lids ww X 4 X Www 'fj ' l I Q F . 4 I x't N Q ,-X r 9 V., Y '1 S u- o 10 1 15 SPRI G 'ful"' .,--off-3' 1 fl Nt 'J' ll .Y 2 WELCQME URBAN CAMPUS MMG , if if VN N--Q , 2- 5 , , , ., ,W. ,fx 'IXMQQM .1 VW: 1 A44 ,u :ye- o it -s "' 1- Lgwf ',,- . V. 245-,-,. A15522- f 1 mg? , ,411 W" fb 'f ' ,z1'f41i2., '-2' ' --nuns:-i if ffgx Aa. ww-www.. WM ,,4Y" - ""' lu.. .4 ,,t"' . it , ' f ' 5 I 5 s X 5 5 S , , 41..- L ' . Honors Convocations 1975 .I X I ' I IE I I I 34 I I I I I I I I I L I I I I Y I I I i If QI ,. 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