Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology - Yearbook (Welland, Ontario Canada)
- Class of 1969
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Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1969 volume:
THE 1969 TOWER 730091 £ 5 P LB This book is dedicated to the students of Niagara 1968- ' 69. 2 ' Administration The Dean Speaks Out At times during our first year we consoled ourselves with the thought that things at the College could only get better. The start of our second year showed how overly optimistic we had been. Construction delays, due to strikes and lockouts, held up completion of the gymnasium area, Data Centre, and all the new laboratories until Christmas. Some classes were held in the corridor, in the library and the student lounge during the first few weeks of the Fall term. One hundred and fifty students were packed into the Horticulture building in St. Catharines, treble its designed capacity. For the entire Fall term, all Divisions of the College worked on shifts, with classes running for fifteen hours from 8:00 a.m. to 1 1 :00 p.m. We survived. The primary credit for this belongs to the students and faculty. January, 1969 saw a gradual return to more normal conditions, though problems remained. particularly the inadequacy of the drafting facilities. The Spring brought some further bad news, primarily, in terms of budget restrictions for the 1969 70 academic year. A number of uncertainties developed in the future of the permanent building program. Planned freshman enrolment was virtually frozen at the 1968 figure, with the inevitable consequence that many aspiring students will be disappointed. The start of a number of approved new programs has been postponed to a later year. There is a great responsibility on all of us, therefore, to make full and proper use of the facilities that we have. We are fortunate to have an excellent College spirit, with considerable participation by students on numerous Col lege committees. I am confident that together we can successfully overcome all hurdles. With very best wishes, Sincerely, A. Wyatt, Dean of Faculty 5 Clerical Secretarial Staff The secretarial and clerical staff have kept the vital parts from crumbling in the past. Special thanks for efficient and personal service. From the Office of the Student Affairs Man: I wish to extend my thanks to all students and particularly to the members of the Students ' Council for your valuable assistance and co-operation during the past year. The role of the Students ' Affair ' s Department is as a means of communication between students and administration and to provide services in the areas of athletics, financial aid, counselling and health services. I n this capacity, we look forward to getting to know you and your needs much better. Through extended working together with you, we hope to develop a college community that will satisfy and enrich everyone. Mr. Aboud frmTTmr What Makes Faculty Tick? 1 1 takes a gifted individual to reach the minds and hearts of students. To be a true member of the faculty is to share in the mutual learning experience of the classroom. Specialized skill and self knowledge to attain the degree are only two ingredients of the whole teacher who can share and stimulate the quest for knowledge. To teach is truly to learn. N iagara ' s teachers reach out the hands of friendship beyond the confines of the classroom to become part of college life. It is fun and rewarding, to learn and to laugh together. Hail to all faculty who have experienced this. 25 35 37 Mr. E.A. Zanetti Business Additional Staff ABSENT INSTRUCTORS K. Koiter D. Korchok J.C. Weller — Humanities H. Leblanc K. Lindberg — Humanities J. MacDonald R. Gunthorpe — Humanities W. McPherson A. Jelbert — Humanities M.M. Monck J. Mansfield — Humanities N. Mueller T. Patience — Humanities M. Nash D. McKinnon — Technology D. Orr M. McKinnon — Technology J. Savoie P. Noonan — Humanities L. Servos N. Shisler EXTENSION E. Simpson V. Weseley R.T. Baddeley D. White J. Brandy C. Yeager R.D. Campbell D. Strupp ADULT LEARNING CENTRE ADULT LEARNING CENTRE ST. CATHARINES NIAGARA FALLS H. Allen V. Audiberts S. Bagley D. Campbell Muriel Barlow E. Elisha R.N. Bishop B. Kowlton A. Bowes R.A. Newbery L. Carter J. Sheldrake M. Clark R. Sheppard M.R. Collins L. Smith R.G. Collins E.H. Watson G. Curnock F. Draper ADULT LEARNING CENTRE M. Epp WELLAND E. Ferguson W. Gasking D. Friedrick D.H. Gordon H. Melick J. House M.M. Monck H. Jabs H. Upton T. Joy A.E. KJein O.M.R.P. WELLAND F.W. Nygren 38 j Welcome ... to friendship, participation, and education. The joined hands of involvement, give that belonging sensation. Search for open arms, open hearts and open minds. And the student who seeks and shares, shall find a world that he loves as he shares in its creation. . . . At Niagara we have learned to learn, with our hands as well as our hearts and our minds. 46 Awaken Awaken from your deep slumber of ignorance. And reach high to the stars of knowledge. mm M mm ' M Student Admin strative Council Niagara " Insight " Staff To print the truth on campus is a demanding and dedicated task. Money, space, time and help are all barriers on the way to press. Insight ' 69 came through. Our thanks to you. 58 The Tower Staff The value of this book lies in the memories it stores. Our memories lie in the tremendous obstacles we have surpassed to present this creation to you. It is gold plated and touched with the blood, sweat and tears of involvement on our part. Special Events Special Events Special events play an important part in college life, college spirit and college friendship. A college becomes more than an empty maze of concrete and steel when students join hands in laughter and raise their voices in school chants. When students organize to become involved in the community and attend conferences they grow individually and add to the whole of a growing identity. Niagara College has just recently been born its nature and road to greatness are sti II in the formative stages. The students of the 1968- ' 69 are special. Something more takes place in learning outside the classroom. Learning to laugh and work and share together holds the true merits of special events in the realm of education. Winter Carnival 7 Jan. 27 -Feb. 1 The Winter Carnival is fast becoming one of the most exciting annual events. It takes a great deal of dedication on the part of students to organize an activity-packed week. It also involves a whole body of students, getting together and sharing in the mutual participation of fun. Special thanks to the entire Winter Carnival Committee, headed by Walter Wronski. Sincere thanks for all those hours of extra involvement. RAJ Walt Wronski, head of Winter Carnival Committee. Dave Gardner of the Committee in a presentation to Mary Petruzella for her continued dedication to the students of Niagara College. Dr. Bowen plays his role in placing Niagara in the skies and getting Niagara off to a " Flying " start in 1969. The Spirit of the Carnival Students clapping . . . voices raised in cheer . . . and the carnival draws friends together once again at a general assembly. We needed a little touch of the chilly ice and snow to season our fun. Some of our students made a gallant effort to ice sculpture our symbolic knights. Who ' s Got the Lucky Legs? Niagara ' s Carnival involved more than the cold snow. It also included a lucky legs contest and a slave day. The males dug deep into their lunch and card money in response to Mr. Glynn-Jones ' auctioneering. A spark came into the dull lives of our students as the long-legged beauties drew a crowd. The proceeds went to charity. Hippy Day A more natural note was hit on hippy day as the students came true to character. Singsongs, long hair and strange attire set the tone. Find the Party Swimming? It may be almost unbelievable but plans for the Winter Carnival called for a change of pace. This included a splash in the Port Colborne pool. Winter Carnival Is a Smashing Success It ' s amazing what an attraction an old car painted, " property of Brock " , can be. It proved to bring out a crowd of frustrated students with sledge hammers in hand and ready for action. The Carnival had such a variety of activities to appeal to all interests. Those fond of violence and rivals of Brock, proved to enjoy this event. Welcome to the Ball The week of the Winter Carnival is appropriately highlighted by a formal ball held at the Sheraton Brock in Niagara Falls. Forming the reception line are those actively involved in college organizations. It was a night for beautiful gowns, tuxedos, corsages, and plenty of dancing. Fun over a drink and a spin around the floor made this year ' s ball a great success. Friends, dates, laughter and dances are all the ingredients of that memorable occasion. Hail — Niagara ' s Queen Conferences CUSO Conference, St. Adele, Que. CAATSAO Conferences, Kingston, Toronto (College of Applied Arts and Technology Student Association of Ontario 72 Niagara Knights Hockey Club The 1968 ' 69 edition of the Hockey Knights had only four original players returning from the 1967- ' 68 team. The four players, Captain Mark Graham, Assistant Captains John Stewart and Ralph Judge and Goaltender Arnie Davidson made up the core of the current team and played to their original years potential. New additions this year included defencemen Bill Huffman, Chris Long, Doug Williams and Bob Sherren, forwards Gary Crompton, Larry Anderson, Al Filer, Glen Froats, Bruce Jackson, Gerry Meyer, and Ted Wiwchar. Between the pipes Dan Fox and Bil Hawkey gave the fans many a thrilling moment. The Knights playing for the first time as a member team in the Central Division of the Ontario College Athletic Association, played teams from Northern College, Kirkland Lake, Mohawk College, Hamilton, Humber and Seneca Colleges Toronto, and Sheridan College, Brampton. Lack of depth in a couple key positions and hard hit by injuries half way through the schedule proved to be the major factors in a mediocre season for the Knights. At one point midway through January Captain Mark Graham, defencemen Bill Huffman and Chris Long were out with injuries. With those key players out of action and having lost seven additional players only two weeks previous because of term exams, had a most crippling effect on the team. Replacement forwards Larry Anderson and Al Eiler along with new recruits Doug Williams and Bob Sherren on defence kept the team in competition until the injured players were back in the lineup. The last home game of the season against Cambrian College, Sudbury, proved to be the best played game of the season for the Knights and gave their many loyal fans a 5-3 victory which will carry them through the hot summer months till face off time next November. On January 17th the Knights accompanied by the Basketball Knights travelled to Kirkland Lake and North Bay to play games in these two cities against Northern College and Cambrian College respectively. After losing by a one sided s core against the Northern Huskies Saturday night the Knights recovered to play one of their best games of the season losing a closely contested game of 3-2 to Cambrian College with more than 600 North Bay fans in attendance at the North Bay Auditorium. The Knights scoring title was won by Assistant Captain Ralph Judge with a total of 15 points comprising of 5 goals and 10 assists. The player voted most valuable to the team by his own teammates was Assistant Captain John Stewart. A hard hitting charging defenceman, John played superbly and because of injuries played 40 minutes or more of every game. In a rebuilding year hard hit by injuries and term exams much credit is due to the players for their determination and spirit in the name of Niagara College. A segment of the team that cannot go unmentioned is the hard work carried out by head trainer Doc Brauweiler and assistant Sam McCutcheon and also by Equipment Manager Garry Vittie, who was also pressed into defensive service when the number of injuries was high. 74 BACK: D. Williams, C. Ruczyki, A. Filer, B. Sherren, G. Vittie, A. Davidson, Doc Brauweiler, Trainer. MIDDLE: S. McCutcheon, Assist. Trainer; Coach Zanetti, G. Meyer, G. Froats, B. Jackson, C. Long, G. Crompton.T. Wiwchar. FRONT: B. Hockey, R. Judge, M. Graham, J. Stewart, D. Fox. Niagara Blue Knights Larry Anderson 1? r John Stewart (Assistant Captain) Sam McCutcheon Dan Fox Chris Long Gary Vittie 76 Doug Williams Al Filer Bill Hawkey EdZanetti (Coach) Niagara ' s Basketball Team 78 Niagara ' s College Basketball Niagara ' s Knights put the college on the basketball map this year. Participating in the Central Division of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association for the first time, Niagara finished second with a record of 7-3. The total schedule included the ten league games and twelve exhibition contests, played against colleges from the other two divisions and Brock University. The Knights ' overall record was 14-8. Because of its defensive average, 54.0, best in the league for second-place teams, Niagara qualified to play in the O.C.A.A. Championship against the champions of the three divisions. Although they made a valiant run at it, the Knights bowed out in the first game to Algonquin of Ottawa, the eventual O.C.A.A. champion. Niagara was captained by Jerry Campigotto, who led the team as high scorer for the second successive year. Although Jerry is short by normal standards for the forward position, he managed a 15.2 league average. At season ' s end he was selected for the Central Division All-Star team. This team was picked by the coaches who voted after each game for the opposing players. At guard the Knights were paced by Mike Heximer and Murray Lawlor. In finishing his first season with a 14.4 league scoring average, Mike was named to the second team Central Division All-Stars. Mike was outstanding in the Championship play-offs and was elected to the O.C.A.A. Championship All-Star team. Murray Lawlor was probably the most underrated player in the league this year. Murray ' s forte was defense and playmaking. Consistently he was Niagara ' s big stopper on the opposition ' s big scorer. His value is underscored by the fact that his teammates chose him as the Most Valuable Player of the team. Mike Terpak started at the other forward slot and finished as third high scorer with a 12.4 league average. Particularly in the second semester Mike made his presence felt as a scorer and rebounder. Ed Luciow was probably the Knights ' most improved player through the season. Coming to Niagara with limited playing experience, the rangy centre concluded the season with a 8.3 scoring average and was a strong performer under the boards. Coming off the bench and doing very capable work this year were guards: Adam Kmety and Fred Pachkowski, centre: Dan Sullivan, and forwards: Tom Sibbald, John Thomas, and Rich Cadman. One highlight of the season came when the Knights broke the 100-point barrier for the first time in two seasons, in a 111-21 victory over Northern College in Kirkland Lake. 79 Basketball Team Michael Anton (Coach) Murray Lawlor Ed Luciow 81 Niagara ' s Volleyball Team 82 HansBerkhout Tony Valdaz Dave Abraham (Coach) DonHebert MikeSmith 83 J. Bernardi G. Najbert Varsity J. Mayer Soccer W. Robson M. Maurice R. Milburn G. Vittie S. Stole N. Walrith TOP, Left to Right: H. Kilty, N. Beaulieu, P. O ' Dell, S. Madden, M. Maxim, L. Lomb. BOTTOM : D. Johnstone, D. Audette, S. Pupo, L. Potrecz, Coach L. Gray. Basketball— O. C.A.A Champs 92 93 94 Business BACK: H. Kyle, P. Coleman, M. Linnenbank. FRONT: D. Scheel, J. Kasmir, S. Henry. BACK: J. Daniel, G. Shergold, D. Wilson, W. Kacur, F. Brickell. FRONT: J. Spencer, J. Flynn, R. Audet, R. Stubbings. 96 98 LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Glover, IM. Siena, R. Ivankovich, P. Martens, R. Froats, D. Patterson, R. French, D. Sodtke, D. King, E. Doan. R. Burgoyne, J. Craig, D. Bland, C. Calvert, K. Burgess, K. Collis, C. Dawdy. 100 BACK ROW: H. Popiluk, R. Templain, N. Vaccaro, M. Repar. FRONT ROW: J. Stewart, N. Patakvalvi, D. Wallace. 101 STANDING: J. Fortuna, S. Davis, J. Tomick, B. Christopher, E. Burch. SEATED: E. Luciow, J. Arendse. BACK ROW: D. Bellhouse, R. Vaandering, R. Law, D. Dunn, G. Ruch, F. Cotroneo, J. Kispal, C. Bowman, G. Massie. FRONT ROW: D. Garrod, E. Grochowina, J. Robinson, K. McNames, A.Tanguay, P. Gunning. 102 K. Gallagher, L. Gravelle, G. Rukavina, D. O ' Hearn, M. Rukavina. 103 R. Gauthier, D. Tesky, J. Aiken, H. Rhora, W. Lomaskiewicz, P. Martineau, E. Birmingham, R. Sherren, R. Sears, R. Thompson. STANDING: G. Horn,S. Holmes, A. Mooradian, P. Gilmer. SEATED: J. Kramer. 105 3BA23 FRONT ROW: J. Stewart, N. Patakfalvi, D. Wallace. BACK ROW: H. Popiluk, R. Templain, N. Vaccaro, M Repar. ABSENT: J. Toth, S. Skinner, N. Polecrone. P Pennachetti, T. Sibbald, W. Schneider, D. Sullivan. 3BA21 FRONT ROW: W. Duncan, L. Ciolfi, J. Barlow, P. Campbell, J. Campigotto. BACK ROW: D. Dignard, R. Ewen, B. Aaroe, B. Durdan. 2GB13 BACK ROW: J. Fortuna, S. Davis, J. Tomick, B. Christopher, E. Burch. SEATED: E. Luciow, J. Arendse. 106 Technology With the growth of the campus sprung an expanded Technology Department. More sophisticated equipment and techniques are being used to keep Niagara students at the top. Keep up the good work. 108 109 110 111 BACK: C. Parent, M. Maurice, S. Lesniewski, D. Maitland, D. Cook. S. Stoll, T. Hudson, L. Shelton, T. Miller. FRONT: L. Braine, K. Anderson, G. Robson, B. Gower. W. Hartman, J. Desimone, A. Nickel, D. Humphries, B. Melville, J. Fisher, D. Nicholls. J. Crompton, D. Bearss, D. Baccaro, A. Kmety, M. Sommise, J. Quagliariello, R. Elrick, W. Holt. BACK: D. Medland, A. Rutherford, R. Osman, L. Noyes. FRONT: W. Read, J. Patterson, S. Piacenti. 1 115 J. Russell, I. Woodburn, R. Lee, J. Lee, R. Kemp, J. Szabo, J. Thompson, I. Dobbie. BACK: G. Mayer, B. Ward, G. Najbert, G. Bocskei, L. Appel, Master. FRONT: J. Spadafora, R. Barnett. ■I BACK: V. Andres, H. Massey, B. Creamer, H. Diepold, D. Gray. FRONT: H. Pahl, O ' Reilly, P. Teutenberg. 117 Humanities The Humanities Division has become a very significant part of the college. Many jo bs will be filled upon graduation; jobs which are important and fulfilling. To each student we wish the greatest success. BACK ROW: J. Shaw, M. Jones, K. Hewko, W. Buck, E. High, E. Tatarnic. FRONT ROW: M. Jamieson, L. Cwethko. BACK ROW: J. Roberts, O. Simons, S. Adams. FRONT ROW: R. Storey, B. Jeffrey, B. Brackenridge, S. Misener, N. Biggar, B. Protsack. 119 BACK ROW: L. Hooper, N. Greenwood, P. Cody, M. Pullano, J. Brown, D. Proctor, L. Smith, J. Oliver, J. Jeung. FRONT ROW: D. Fox, E. Albano, W. Yasko, I.Stubbs. 120 R. Cadman, R. Larivierre, J. Somerville, M. Eldred, J. Pemberton, P. Poole, J. Walker, S. Mills, IM. Maude, A. Chaffe. LEFTTO RIGHT: W. Mills, L. Valencourt, A. Whalen, R. Filer, L. Panagabko, J. Magner, R.White, D. McCalmont. LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Aus, J. Allinson, W. Coulter, G. Hedley, M. Lesco, K. Cherney, R. Harkins. 122 BACK: M. Angotti, S. Williams, V.W. Burzawa, N. Beaulieu, M. Thomas, D. Revill, M. Lococo. MIDDLE: S. Madden, M. Reid, V. Finch, K. Dodge, P. 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