Tiffin University - Ledger Yearbook (Tiffin, OH)

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1 3 ff - -1- - 2 'pil f, QMF' THERE'S A PLACE AND TIME FOR US , Contents OPENING . . . . PAGE 2 Z ATHLETIC S ....... PAGE 5 6 Q 1' ORGANIZATIONS . . .PAGE 72 A if ' PEOPLE ........ PAGE 92 ADVERTISEMENTS . . PAGE 114 ATIFFINL ATIFFIN UNIVERSITY A A L E al 155 MIAMI STREET l 5 l A J E E TIFFIN, OHIO 44883 A ' J HTIFFINY A Senior College of Business ' ' ' A A E' T National Little College Athletic Assn. Champions j me l sggzgw mi. ll Sl- , 1 "Li-.Q : gg. .. ,,. A 75' AAA ,l AE! :Ani A I Q , 5' ss2ff1s.j"3g: l fggtgrl E.:"'4 2 qi -sTf'f. ' ,tk Win? - i gg '- Ysisfiirfii ' EESQQEQAS . .fy my . nf 5-fr . ,L, ix ci: -If 5 1 2? Q I I -5 ,vw 4 ,-,QQ 'N 9 1' 1 . A - 3 I 4 .1 'Zap-in H 3 "' '. . .N -1 5 . 5.7 W I .sv .Q ,F,?"' N I K W S.. 5 , , 7 ' . n f., . V I . Q' - . ' ' TRADITIONAL TUG-oF-WAR FATEFUL FOR FRESHMEN 7? , 1. -v- awe. '- ' , is-V.. TM., if, Hot dogs, baked beans, potato salad, coke, the green and gold beanies, an unexpected swim, base- ,- ball, football, singing, tug-of-war contest, and just 4- plain fun kicked off the new college year at the annual fall picnic. The traditional tug-of-war be- tween the freshmen and upperclassmen, was again lost by the freshmen. 3.51: - 'Ka-f fa- .gf ,lsr 1 iW.,4wolvn.,. l4'l .v,. , 4, Z' up 9: ,, , H4 1v,,.!P.1 H -- A , w , J V 1, ,-1' 'fy' 1 wi I V . Z, - .ff 5 gf- -'T ' 'YN K "a, . ff. Q -wa x. -1.2,9.w q .- -,-- ,k -511.5 . 4.-0' 'r'-.,'v'7... Y' ' .. 5- F 715.1-7 :ETX 1 - , px-ijihl' .P -1.-'f-11-I .Q :sm mi , L.-' 'W 1:--, KB 11.1 7 .iff-b 1 N qv' ' Y 1- , . I: 3 eu, ' . we uf - "" .g5-+--.,....- 1 av- Dux f. -""' V ' " -'Q Y' 1 - , -' I V 1' ' if " .. .SQ ' t I , fu Qi' .K .544 5 ,FA-r - .., ,Q . QM N -' P -. , -,w.2.2...,- 4.. - ,, mfg: .KU 4 Kp, . ww, 'y,, ., 9- , 1 1 ..'-xk . g Qs, W . 5 'Eggs 559, C? 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The student determines the caliber of the school itself. Tiffin University is fortunate to have an active, intelligent, and productive student body. , H , ll l 1 , , ' fuse.: if - , . -V is ,,,. ,sy lr 1 Q. ,, .xg ' HELL WEEK PROVIDES UNITY FOR PLEDGES This was Hell Week. The traditional antics of tasks, baby doll sad hobo outfits, an egg roll, female impersonations, and stuf and fing a car with newspaper ended the l970-71 pledging by TU fraterni- ties and sororities. Each pledge learned that unity is the m goal during Hell Week. - ajor .. 1. Q A v i 4 I ,W f' ,Z f up-f 4 g., , M 3 w 4' iq as. ou.- Q- w.-z..5g- 3,g,.,, ,V A - k Y - V, .2 U I fafaflf u-ffx, ' ' ' + L- W-i""'-:.,,f1Tt' ,T -f-' . 14:-vs.: .rwj-'-1, .- -, ' ' ' W ' - Ji , ' If, z' ffiVi,:1,? :fu A v w, -Q A I, T-. ,'1ff"j?y1-?. 53l 1 ' -' Q5 .,,, , 4 ' - 5, -Jfjlff' ' f--.fm VXETH-4 . . - '1'15'T 7159 5.5,--' , T ' - if 1, - -If ' 'FQ ff? 'T-1v'f'x? F ' " 'E . U fiiffl 5 Fm' ML ' 'gif -V 5, Riff,-6 'J -' -- ' Q .' 15- 7' ' 5",'L'X 3' A - ,A .. ,A M :,j,.31- vm 7.7 . J L in J ig , "" A A S1 2 A f - x , jf X I Y Y' My Q 5 v .K 1 I 1 . . X , kj - X j W . Wing, T 'fhN 42' 'HSE .Lai lm ,v 4 SMALL COLLEGE L BIG ON ACTIVITIES .A I ' ' mash .. ,,Eq I 1 W gif ,..! iii' I iii I h l fi Z ' -:wif -f... .-4' Tl :-: ' I N. ' ,. 8 I V E .- Q I :I 1 f f I f 5 "' ' ' A Y... I N 1 I Ss I DEDICATIO ' , 3 5 f Q 'sail II X . ' S .. w z sgiilm riff. pf "ll t i f 5 V .- - a I 1 Ai glee. ,i,3S,.e1., cv. 11 li David I. Moon To David I. Moon, Director of Student Affairs and Athletics, we sincerely dedicate this edition of the 1971 LEDGER. Having served on the staff at Tiffin University for eleven yea rs in the offices of admis- sions, athletics, and student affairs, he has played a large part in the growth and devel- opment of TU. He is never without a quick, friendly smile and a cheerful "hello". With good luck in all of your endeavors, David I. Moon, we dedicate this, the 1971 LEDGER to you. - The Ledger Staff ww? S - ar , 1.1 if-if M, zz WL- me mgew H w w "2 Nlght Shelly s For Everything There is a Season, . T-- ,f it .J - lg.. , , Q 735' 5' ' '2- U -r ' HN ' ' and a Time for Every Matter Under Heaven A A ,Zi 4 -E11 7:71 31" x . -'QI -.4 0:51.-W' + .flag mg-, ' . 4 in -ukn -4 -" y F I If A Y , ' 4 J ,, A T ime to be Born if Q 1' 1 rg, N ' , -fgft w 1' I' '41 --23' AL . - and a Time to Die 4'- 1 " T 'sf 19 , .. I ,. ul in A Time to Work. .. K v ff ! ,-I ff k ,,1,Q Q 1' v-- 1 qu :ig W 'r ff x ' 3.1 ,V, -- W-I ' W 453' ' ' .1 'F EW I Jhgjwirfg U rp .f-:: --- l M .'a-:Eg ix, ii A fm ,H 71 is . ' A . H ., .' W .,, ,, , M ,..,, ,, N M ,V . Y , ,. ,,.m-.,fx,A,, ,. M , W A imap ,X '34 , I W F1951-S-Q Eff-nl ' ,i'.E-:-..vf,1s'-- -55. ,K , -...N , . M 1 Y V L fm. was 22. W v SR 1.4. ':"4 n , .,..... : .:. Ji. 0 N - ,w . 5 ...F--H X W ii, 1335, if. ,E fef 1. A :Q QS ,f X elif, ' ' - ' -we if ,IG 6, . ,,,., , , - lg A- -,,, . . 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K N w Q LM , " wx ff 7 m ff 'x , F FO f- n .L , x H , gm w x ,Hg , 'mg K nuuunn uw ' uw m uw Mu:xT?9Yi1'11N:!:x!1'9w i 1 1 ' Y-2 flsissegf iw- ::3?: f: kk"' ' M H , "u"!!"' '1vw w UL. NQ..u...1L.. X ,,1- ,, ,, fffaisezj ' ' Wu' ,X ' ' 1 ' ' S i Zv, Y H N YY Dear God It's Not To Late HHN!! -x, fin m Zjgxs: V YES? piss 'SEE- ,fm uw .ls H SSW, 'Eu5gqm-- . mx mx ff wars. gm fm A F3-Q7 MEM u , by A Home Awa from Home Q ' :N Nw ,ft N ' , if ' 1- H lf l U. 1 '1 . X , www Y if fggm , w wx w mf .2553 u my R: .... Q5 .. w' is 1 M H 'X nm Y "1 xx N N 4. W m "M , wwe 2 Y 11535535 fsggef f 335333 ,11,11,,,fmW.'N::g9' NH W w f Q'. jd! N, wi . H ' 7, H ,,.. X H J rsseggz HE CHRISTMAS DANCE With Music being furnished by The Rails, TU students attended the annual Christmas Dance from eight o'cIock to midnight on December 5. This year's dance did not follow a specific theme, but did display holiday decorations in the Christmas motif throughout the hall, with center pieces of candles and holly at each table. e tt , - fii 'wg M' ,LI 5 A 171, E 1 A S ,f1Qv .'g W A Q L Nm N , ,, fm ,-A 1 , sn, f 'fa uw Qggxx w 1' wav V sig? 175 ' , si 1 'I A Q ' -Htl x : "-.: ' M F 5 - . - ' gn 1: ' ' ' . P v Q , vl 1 S' .. f ' 'F 19: .5 , 'ef' S ,. N , .XR xrf .ya A x . I - 5? 1.3 y H wg 5 7 ew rv +5 1 A mx , - ' ' j K f xl ,abr-L, . ,,... MN 1 'Wg M , 'Q Q 'Qheff If Queen Pat Opelt and King Jeff Bugbee 1971 SPRING FORMAL "OUR LITTLE CORNER OF THE WORLD" Pat Opelt and Jeff Bugbee reigned as Queen and King of the l97l enhanced and centered by a sparkling fountain. Spring Formal, "Our Little Corner of the World." lVlusic was furnished by the Jack Gregory Orchestra and nearl A sea of blue balloons decked the Meadowbrook Ballroom as the 600 alumni, students and friends attended the annual dan remainder of the hall was decorated in a tropical atmosphere sponsored by the freshman class. H, .7,Wfw,,,..m,.. -, . Q WM - 1All 1 -..L 300 UW? l1,!".f' '-' "'vlAfWJ lx ,-Yr ' 'HQ gurus- -:I-1 ,- O 1' i o . H . Mg, "" 5' . ' fy Vg. , K 1.x KING AND QUEEN COURT. Pictured from left to right are Mike Messina, Arlene Nighswander, DeVon Sunderman, Mary Loertscher, Evelyn Lambert, Bret Brown, Queen Pat Opelt, King Jeff Bugbee, Deborah Budkley, Dave Swartz, Shari Stagger and Bill Hershey. A . 9 i K . Sl 'wp Q I:- Qt fi. js KT? xx The I97l graduates were honored at the annual alumni banquet, this year held at Elizabeth Schaeffer Hall. In addition to alumni reunions, presentation of the "Outstanding AIumnus" award to Howard L. Collier '55, special tribute was paid to the I97l graduating class. ii we 4'-'f '- 51 THE SPRING PICNIC . . . in Spring Picnic Sponsored By Greek Council ff f 52 uThere's A Time . . . . Than Graduation Y-TWO RECEIVE TI And Place For Us IN THE 1971 GRADUATING CLASS 53 Wll , .::.:r- gg BENDER HALL, vvomen's dorm "'WQfi-ui IVICKILLIP HALL, men's dorm EAST HALL, men's dorm Mfg-25? 4, E 0- Q, 4 P if , ' Sigma Omega Sigma Fraternity House 54 Clay, women's dorm 5 J wx' J 5. 'K 4 "- ' 41114.41 I I x e I 1 .. Q fn, Q 1 -1 1 lx LM g E Y I ,ani 5 g V 3 g , V W - . Qi? f-jig "1 A 'ff 1 I I u- UI'-1 . .V L t gl ...........---.u-mv' , --qua-sQ . - fl fm' Q11 14 w . V' -wr, u 9-l g ' I 1 gym - h F 1 c gr 1" ,, , , ,. 'Q-1-,.-'gage 'ZA 1, I M X 1 f "1 aan!! Y Uk 9 M ,,,,4-S-f avg 'fir 'QB' mfg F3521 THERE S A PLACE grew AND TIME FOR US ATHLETICS There s a place for us, A time and place for us. Hold my hand and we're, Half-vvay there. Hold my hand and l'll, Take you there, Somehow, someday, somewhere. 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TU CAGERS WIN NLCAA CHAMPIONSHIP A I02 to 98 victory by the Tiffin University Dragons over Durham College capped off the National Little College Athletic Association's fifth annual tourna- ment and gave Coach George Janson and his fine nine-merrber team the national title. The hard-fought win came in a single overtime period after the two teams had battled to a 90-90tie in reg- ulation time. During that overtime, TU was behind three times and came back with six points in the last one minute and forty-five seconds to gain the vvin. A proud coach, proud senior ball players and a president. WNY And the game ends with TU 102--Durham College 98. TU crowned NLCAA champion. Tom Blair--"LittIe All American V aw--L We re number one! 3-555 ' so R. ::-J, as 3 H' 1 it ei ll' - 7 Ea. ,1 fm . mm mm asm P2 H w1x,1 A X A 'S 's,.f4f: If A f' xi . ,mx - f v? It . , QT f 'I fe 1, x. S U ws ' W X! 6 J ,' ' bfgi ' W 3 Q jim l T L ' 41 ' , HN Y 5 . , 'U' 448 Q' N55-ox rg ' 1 I 1 5 ' If F .:x., !f-, 'vu'1' 9 iq: . QL e lg W ,I .191 N 'e T"i.4i , .wV , 3 P ,QL - -vi' is 95 4 I emu? twig I' ,, I 3 l l ,I ghd I I ih ' N 'Kb 4: -1 TU SCOREBOARD THEY 73 80 88 69 1 22 100 90 83 82 72 71 83 91 1 12 93 73 94 125 79 102 98 TEAMS WE Josephinum Seminary 84 Penn-Ohio College 107 Roadrunner Tournament Florida lVlemorial 79 Sullivan College 78 lndianna Northern University 107 yke College 125 ercy College 91 uyahoga Community College-W 88 t. Vernon Bible College 134 osephinum Seminary 90 enn-Ohio College 119 avis Junior College 77 t. Vernon Nazerine 79 etroit College 81 ercy College 72 . Vernon Nazerine 75 uyahoga Community College-lVl 76 etroit College 77 yke College 122 avis Junior College 117 t. Vernon Bible College 125 1971 NLCAA TOURNAMENT Strayer College 83 Albany College 72 Durham College 102 51 71 98 ,, , X 12, .1 1 1? '2:.,Ki I fix it l INTERCOLLEGIATE AND INTRAMURAL GOLF "Missed it by that much!" These sad words were sadly spokenp it seemed, more than once as the TU golfers met. The golf team seemed to display a fine showing both at home and away. Intramural golfing, this year, saw more than fifty golfers struggling their way around the course. Tees were broken, balls were lost, and smil- ing faces painted this year's picture of the experiences of a TU golfer. 1971 I TERCOLLEGI TE GOLF TEAM GOLF TEAM - Pictured from left to right is Frank Vitt, Dave Hamann, Tom Blair, Bob Gaver, Tom Allison and coach David I. lVloon. SCOREBOARD TU BASEB LL TEAM H ,lu u , , q.liiEiIil.f T .. - 1 afl . . Hedges-Boyer Park in Tiffin was the setting of TU's first baseball game of the season. This year's season, so far, has been somewhat unfortunate as far as winnings are concerned, but the enthusiasm of the team and good sportsmanship has compensated for it. lVlr. Joe Zirger was this year's baseball coach. The team has traveled to Lima, Mansfield, and Mount Vernon. THE BORN LOSERS--Jerry Cookxp Vinod Jundalp John Leeg Vic Kroutp Jon Williman. BENDER BABES--Patty Dunlap: Denise Gettellp Ann Konczalp Diane Bumgardner"p Denise Berardi. - SEX INC-,Jeff Bugbee, Don Pifer, Dave Swartz, SONS OF MAC--Dave Bickhartp Bob Eaton"g Chip Bartong Brad Redman: ' ' ' ' ' Kevin Mahar. Al Falterg Gary Gearingf W- 1 .. ,, E x , ALSO RAN--Brain BUYYOUQTH LHVVY G0'fTfl'i9dii Tom COUYTUGYI SWEAT HOGS--Bud Montgomeryp Dewey Stout Scott Warmang John Wolfe. Dave Hamanng Larry Corbing Steve Wengerf. TU STUDENTS MEET WEEKLY AT GAY LANES One hundred and twenty students participated in Tiffin University's 1970 - 1971 intramural bowling. Week to week competition for "Bowler of the Week" kept the better bowlers on their toes, while many counted gutters instead of strikes. WLIN G MAKES WINTER MONTHS SUNNY 433' XXX VA FRISKIE FILLIES--Carolyn Kreinbrinkg Shari Staggerg Barb Everhartxp Janice Birrp Jada Brooks. THE ESTABLISHMENT--Bod Gerstenbergerg Curt Peterson'g Gene Peters: Mike Feickg Jim West. THE PEANUTS GANG--Donna Trimble: Linda Price: Jackie DelVIuth5 Charlene Stewartg Not pictured is Zennie Shumate. 'Captain 'fi A.l. SISTERS--Pat OpeltTg Donna Zwinglerg Suellen lVlcGeeg Arlene Nighswanderg Mary Loertscher. THE FREAK-OUT BOWLEBETTES--Kay Staileyg Jennie Schmidtg Deb IVIiIef- chikfp Lynda Badertscherg and Marie Johnson. SYSTEM--Larry Staleyp Armin Gieseg Dan Geiger: Dale Eberlyp Louis Smithf' PIRATES--Ken Yonekp Roger Klienfelterp Bob Gaveriig Bob Smithg Frank 68 Dominick. NY x SS THE ZOO--Terry VVeidnerg Mike Nlessinap Tom Allisonig Mark Sampleg Bay Vileleski. is B L11 -- is FUNKY BENDER BOWLERS--Cindy Gamberiip Beth Woodwardg Peg Dysinger. 'EQ . - l Ya E A M., ,- if--T-,YT-as f?wg1,,w., : , 5 'ffl I '. 'Q ti ,-aff SCOOBI-DOOBI-DOER Karen Sarkan Nancy Lonsway Sheli Dryfuse Karen Gabel Sue Gillig' Captain GOOD, BAD, 81 UGLY Joe Schieber John Clime Randy Cooper Larry Weileri' Bob Hartman AMERICAN INDIAN AI Slosser Harry Chahal' Lynn Newcomer Glenn Brickman Dave Smith MOTHERS IVIAROUDERS George Kraus Glenn DiPaoIo Bob Irons Craig Stickel Roger Chaffina' Q: Q I 1 71 r K 'Ar M a EEF? 4 .1 a 1 e was ii I V .tau W Y my .,.,, u W? are M TI-IERE'S A PLACE AND TIME FOR US ORGANIZATION S "Theres a place for us, Somewhere a place for us Peace and quiet and open air, waits for us, someday, Sometime, somevvhere.ff Qqger 71 irw' F13 Za . 4 'Y 3, V :. fl - wif? , in , 1 fiat iii? H . ,A - if " e p it , E get as a. S --fr: 1 :M ii ,ri vi -,M ri Arn ,ii- l . VV lk 1- ' aj-5 it ,. 9, I ua xt QYWQE . ago . l ii, limi. tim , vale , :ug V, ,4,,.. , i i ., .L ln Sw AL Left to right lfirst rowl Kevin Nlaharg Dave Doughty: Brett Brownp Jim Logsdonp Ron Cornwellg lsecond rowl Gene Spiess: Tony Rutkowskip Gary Huffman: Bill Hersheyp Al Borgerdingp lthird row l Mark Trukag Carl Gabelp Paul Weaver: Greg Schadep lfourth rowl Louis Smith: George Kraus: Jack Searsp Glen DiPaolop lfifth rowl IVlike Nlikoyp Scott Forney: Scott Warmang John Lunding lrow sixl Dave Kowaleskip Craig Stickelg and lVlr. George Dupey, advisor. - 154 Lal N17 l 0 Tr Phi Theta Pi F ralernity President ---- Eugene Spiess Vice-President ---- Tony Rutkowski Treasurer ---- Al Borgerding Corresponding Secretary ---- Bill Hershey Secretary ---- Gary Huffman Student Council Repr. ---- John Lundin Marshall-1--Jack Sears Social Chairman ---- Dave Doughty Scholastic Chairman ---- Mark Truka Pledge Captain ---- Jim Logsdon Chaplain ---- Frank lVlagoch Sponsor ---- George Dupey 75 l i l Kappa Delta Kappa Sorority President ---- Sandy Yash Vice-President ---- Beverly Blunk Secretary ---- Debi Nlilefchik Treasurer ---- Barbara Everhart Pledge Captain ---- Linda Duprey Historian ---- Cathy lVliller Social Chairman ---- Diane Donaldson Advisor ---- lvlrs. Marjorie Meyer I Reporter ---- Fran Fortlage Left to right ifirst rowl Cathy lVliller5 Sandy Yashp Beverly Blunk: Barb Everhartp Debra Nlilefchikp Linda Dupreyp Diane Donaldson: lVlrs. lVl. Nleyer, advisor. lSecond rowl Nancy- Wierichp Peg Dysingeri Michelle Dryfuseg Fran Fortlagep Jan Harlettg Deborah Buckleyp Kathy Lavvsp Nancy Lonsvvayg Danis Smithp Cynthia Gamber and Barbara Kuebler. -TH? , 49" ,f W " m f l 5 . 'Sr if 'V l -1 iw x F 1? Left to right lfirst rowl Donna Zwinglerp Arlene Nighswanderp. Mary Loertscherg Zennie Shumateg Evelyn Lambert Pat Opeltg Suellen lVlcGeep lsecond rovvl Randi Wagner: Linda Warrington: Jada Brooksg Carolyn Krienbrinkp Jane- Nlanleyp Lois Smith: Sharon Forester: Martha Gutschalkg Sherry Bittnerg Donna Trimble: IVIarjory Gillig. l E iii:-V' ' ,, K, Q, ' ll , .21 ,gmiiull Alpha Iota Sorority President ---- Donna Zwingler Vice-President ---- Linda Barnhart Recording Secretary ---- Suellen McGee Social Secretary ---- Mary Loertscher Corresponding Secretary ---- Linda Barnhart Historian ---- Mary Loertscher Treasurer ---- Arlene Nighsvvander Pledge Captain ---- Suellen McGee Scholastic Chairman ---- Mary Loertscher Photographer ---- Mary Loertscher Student Council Representative ---- ----Suellen McGee Chaplain 81 Marshall ---- Pat Opelt dh Advisor ---- Elaine Bockbrader ,W4 ,T A 79 Q Sigma mega Sigma F rcztermly President ---- Eric Hoffman Vice President ---- Tom Blair Secretary ---- Frank Hoover Treasurer ---- Dave Swartz Reporter ---- Al Falter Sgt. at Arms ---- Mike Brady Pledge Captain ---- Brad Burdge Alumni Co-or ---- Roger Divito Student Council Rep. ---- Jeff Bugbee K-, P l RN-N . , . . BT' Left to right lfirst rowl Frank Hoover: Dave Swartz: lsecond rowl Tom Blair: Joe Sidoti: Duane Stout: Brad Burdge: Jerry Beier: Eric Hoffman: lthird rovvl Mike Bauer: Brad Lawrence: Al Slosser: John Clime: lfourth - rovvl Tom Amos: Brad Redman: Al FAlter: lfifth rowl Jim Kastner: Roger Bunion: Gary Gearing: lgixth rovvl Jim Herhold: Mike Brady: Frank Vitt: Roger Conley: lseventh rowl Jeff Bugbee: Bob Schuster: Doug H ill is and Jeff Underwood. Q I i 'fx i 1 World Students Association President ---- Harbhajan iHarryi Chahal, India Vice-President ---- Vinod Jindal, India Advisor to the President ---- Dan Geiger Treasurer ---- Dan Geiger Secretary ---- Janet iVVinkIeri Giese IVIusic Director ---- Cathy Miller Athletic Director ---- AI Ferguson Student Council Repr. ---- Armin Giese Historian ---- Pat Opelt Reporter ---- Debbi Nlilefchik 83 Caberfae ski slopes Ulllichiganl was one of the maj trips that the TU ski club took early in February IE ln addition to a full weekend of skiing, there v plenty of all night parties, many of which began the Lost Pine Lodge. A 'riff' Eye l V, lk -1- KILB The winter season limits outdoor activities and one finds himself nestllng close to the radiator on a cold winter day and perhaps viewing the tube at the networks new programs before "summer repeats" monopollze television viewing But one winter activity that seems very popular at Tiffin University is skiing Snow Trails resort or Mansfield Ohio hosts some 20 to 35 TU students every Tuesday afternoon from December thru February Snitz?-L mit gezgzze , ,: Il mf , I . iw- W. 1.233 ,wr M if L 5 my we A same: 2 . 25 , it Wagga 2 il STUDENT COUNCIL pictured from left to right: lRow ll John Lundin, Jack Sears, Beverly Blunk, and Eugene Schubert, advisor. lRow 2l lVlarie Johnson, Suellen lVlcGee, Ann Konczal, and Jeff Bugbee. lRovv 3l Bob Hartman, Tom Blair, and Armin Giese. lFlow 41 Dave Swartz, Tony Rutkowski, Bill Hershey, and Larry Corbin. STUDENT COUNCIL GREEK COUNCI FRESHMAN Class officers pictured are: LeRoy SOPHOIVIORE class officers pictured are: Cathy Bockbrader, advisor, Brad Lawrence, president, Nancy Weirich,Ivice-president and Peggy Dysinger, secretary-treasurer. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE Miller, vice-president, Jim Lodsdon, president and Pat Opelt, secretary-treasurer. JUNIOR-SENIOR class officers pictured are: Frank Hoover, president, Evelyn Lambert, secretary-treasurer and AI Falter, vice-president. Seated is William W. IVlartin, advisor. among students in American Iunior Colleges Deborah Buckley Linda Duprey James Greenslade Vic Krout QVJNAK gf- L V 1,45 ,. l 1 1' Z Arlene Nighsvvander Pat Opelt Sandy Yash Donna Zwingler am-ong students in American Universities and Harbhaion Chahal Frank Dominick Nlichael Feick Bill Hershey WHO'S WHO John Lundin Gene Spiess DaVe Swartz ACCOUNTING CLUB Ay, .I .-:-mea ' N ACCOUNTING CLUB pictured above seated are: Bill Hershey, Suellen McGee, Frank Dominick, Evelyn Lambert and John Lundin. Standing from left to right are: Herbert Wise, Jim Miller,'Roger Chaffin, Dan Lowery, Tom Bittner, Pat Opelt, Marilyn Wise, Bon Cornwell, Mike Feick, Vinod Jindal, Janice Birr, Tom Carnicom, Enid Stahl, Bob Gillig, Mary Alice Flosengarden, Jerry Cooch, Vic Kraut, Ken Yonek, Miss Mary Jane Brakeall, advisor, Larry Weiler, Jon Willoman and Ray Weleski. ACCOUNTING CLUB NEWEST ORGANIZATION AT TU Thirty-three accounting students at Tiffin University have organized what is officially known as "The Accounting Club of Tiffin University." The purpose of this organization is to promote and further the interest of students in the accounting profession, to integrate the practical aspects of the accounting profession with the academic discipline, to encourage students to be- come public and certified public accountants and to aid students in the decision of choosing a major field of study. Officers of the newly organized club are: Frank Dominick, Presidentg Bill I Hershey, Vice-president, Suellen McGee, Secretary-treasurer, and Evelyn Lambert Secret CO-CCIUCHIIOIIHI and John Lundin as members of the Executive Committee. Miss Mary Jane Brakeall is the faculty advisor. fraternity 'e"f":s. I - i - if 1 ,.1- IF' DELTA SIGMA KAPPA secret coeducational fraternity. First row, Sukunya Kanokvichitra, Pat Opelt, Mary Loertscher, Barb Everhart, Sue Frank, Linda Duprey, Donna Zwingler. Second rowg Jim Kastner, Harry cnahai, +John l.unam,.1eff eugbee and 'Mike Feick. 39 l r THE TYSTENAC STAFF s. , .fv- X 'tit' -4' David Swartz, Editor Sharon Forster, reporter-typist TVDlSTS ' ' Pat Opelt and DOWNS Zvvingler 3 fd fl 3 ,gal gall Martha G utschalk, reporter-typist lVlr. Tom Giebel, Tystenac Adviser Tom Biair' reporter Tystenac Written By And For Students This year's TYSTENAC has been made possible through the efforts of students interested in the field of journalism. Working together as a unit we feel that we accomplished a purpose. Our purpose was to serve the students of Tiffin University as best we could, in bringing news into the hands of YOU. We hope that we have served you well. Hard work, determination, and responsibility were accomplish- ments of deadlines, meetings, and criticism. Jeff Bugbee, reporter Sandy Yash, typlst THE LEDGER STAFF led 'YI M s , l 5 -:xslt if . P- as Deborah Buckley, Editor TYDISTS Evelyn l-ambeff and DOING ZWil'1Ql9l' Roger Chaffin, Assistant Editor QW E ?3vQ4 10 -1 Mike Feick, Business Manager 1971 PUBLICATION IS BEST EVER The 1971 Ledger staff has put together in pictorial form events ofthe college year. After 10 months of beating deadlines, loosing pictures, and lack of space, this years' yearbook is the best ever. A hearty thaflk you to this years' staff and the people at TU vvho have made this publication possible. lVlr. Tom Giebel, Ledger Advisor and photographer Vinod Jindal, layout THERE'S A PLACE AND TIME FOR US PEOPLE "There's a time for us, Someday a time for us. Time together with, Time to spare. Time to learn, Time to care. Someday, somevvhile, VVe'il find a way, Of forgiving, somewhere. " Qidxger 71 -as ., xt Q1 1 s 'ff' W" W W ,, C u we " 'V ,yd QQ! N fa 5.51 ' Wy N ' A ixrfl ., f., BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. Harry L. Bozarth Judge, Court of Common Pleas Tiffin lVlr. Hilary C. Durnwald lVlr. A. Z. Meyers Vice Pres. 81 General Mgr., The Howard Zink Co. C.P.A., Meyers 81 Meyers Fremont Cleveland lVlr. Rolland W. Friedley Mr. Richard C. Pfeiffer President, Farmers State Bank 84 Friedley 81 Co., lnc. President, Tiffin University New Washington 77ffin Mr. Ronald Lenhart lVlr. Wayne Zahn Owner, Lenhart's lmplement 6? Hardware President, National Machinery Co. McComb Tiffin he RICHARD C. PFEI FFER President ADMINISTRATION AND FACUL Tiffin University is proud of its adminis tion and faculty. The staff posses acade degrees and many of them bring to the cl room years of experience in their specialty ' in wxpwy A H, f, iw .It ww . :s,,,1'f ,I GEORGE L. DUPEY WILLIAM W. MARTIN JAMES V.WRIGHT LYLE E. GEBHARDT Vice-President--Administration Vice-President-Developmen t Academic Dean Registrar , ' iam, 6 ""?Q-3-2' -322-H , I less ,, -, EL' ' U, 5 I at 5' " 'V 51 H Y . W- ..'Tf?If?f UAE- ,, .ir 'ILf1"N wi- fr I sw" ' if ' I' I :: rg gi ' 'Ii t. ' 1- I',f5,fLfffifx?fTj',p- -, I ' I F. LYNN HUFFMAN IVIINA F. IVIUFIPHY THOMAS O. GIEBEL WAYNE A, HUFFMAN Dean of Men' D690 Of W 017790 Director of Public lnformation Director of Admissions Instructor in Social Studies I 1 K . A , I If 'I I rig, If P'-g I LEROY BOCKBRADER KATHRYN L. KAY PATRICIA IVI, NOBLE DAVID I. IVIOQN Admissions Counselor Ubfafian GUWHHCE' C0Uf7S6'f0f Director of Student Affairs Director of Athletics 95 W 42115 T, ,g Kill 1:5575 :frm , 5551, we N" it ' gig! ' - sz: GH i N if? ' 1' II' FIN E ITY T ruttrztnmgs E sf. ALBERTA M. KOWPAK DONALD R. COUNSELMAN GEORGE JANSON DENNIS WHITE Bookstore Manager Director ofPlacement Varslty Basketba ll Coach Asslstanl Ba S lc ew 8 ll Coach Instructor In Science BEVERLY ATWELL MARY JANE BRAKEALL TOM W. HESSBERGER LAWRENCE J. FEI-TER Assistant Professor of Business' Instructor in Accounting Instructor in Finance Instructor in Psychology ,,r- - 5 Y . A E ' ' 1 'xvvgmgig wwwgw , J EUGENE M. HUTH MARYBELLE S. KOEHL MICHAEL B. LANGE CHARLES L. MCKILLIP Instructor Em6'fifUS Instructor in Law Assistant Professor of Law Assistant Professor of Business 96 in .Secretarial Science -HL. d111QiH5?! X MARJORIE MEYER ROBERT A. MORTON EUGENE B.SCHUBERT GENEVA M. SHEPHERD Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Business Instructor in Business Instructor in English Secretarial Science ri RUSSELL ZIMMERMAN ELAINE BOCKBRADER ALICE NICHOLS IDENE KIEFFER Assistant Professor of Science Secretary to President Secretary to Dean 81 Registrar Secretary to the Faculty 81 Vice President--Ad. ' 'J YQYH1 i , E gy? ri . P! A , - e ,nm ii -:Lui E t wugk JUDY KRETSINGER CLARA BAKER HERBERT FULLER MARIAN MILLS Assistant Librarian Housekeeper Maintenance Engineer Manager--Snack Bar 97 GRADUATES E at -. N4-x. L. Judith Alge, A.B. in Tech. Thomas Amos, A.B. in Tech. Allen Armitage. B-C-3 Accounting 84 Secretarial Science Business Administration BU5lneSS 'Vlenegement Fostoria, Ohio Bradner, Ohio Willard. Ohio it We Lynda Badertscher, A.B. in Tech. Keith Baker, B.C.S. Alan Befgefding. B-C-3 Executive Secretarial Bluffton, Ohio Business Management Business Management Cgreyl Ohig Sandusky, Ohio 25116. - ns! 'E' Harold Brickner, B.C.S. Deborah Buckley, A.B. in Tech. Clarence Bugbee. B-C-S Business Management Business Administration Higher Accounting 98 Tiffin, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio Port Clinton, Ohio ,V 3 -W. mg i ii-xiii!! is fe rv 1' Lonnie Corthelll B,C,S, Thomas Courtney II, B.C.S. Thomas Ca"niC0mG, B-C-S. Higher Acggunting Business Management Higher Accounting Tiffin, Ohig Tiffin, Ohio Fremont, Ohio i L 'mf Aii1..:.iQ , Harbhajan Singh Chahal, B.C.S. Ronald Challen, B.C.S. Dannie Craft, B.C.S Business Management Higher Accounting Higher Accounting Phagvvara Punjab, India Findlay, Ohio CHYSY, Ohio 11 Ni xx 1 Ms Edvvard Della Costa, B.C.S. Frank Dominick, B.C.S. David Doughty, B.C.S. Business Management Higher Accounting Business Management Rochester, New York Sandusky, Ohio Fremont, Ohio gif 495-4 QT Linda Duprey, A.B. in Tech. Barbara Everhart, A.B. in Tech. James Faist, B.C.S. Executive Secretary Executive Secretary Higher Accounting Kentgnl Ohio Sycamore, Ohio Fremont, Ohio 71 if-'N ,XJ F'-4 Michael Feick, B.C.S. Frances Fortlage, A.B. in Tech. Susan Frank, A.B. in Tech. Business Management Executive Secretary Executive Secretary Millersville, Ohio Fl'9fT10nt, Ohio Fremont, Ohio iii: lst 1 ,.., as E W A, ia 1'- Thomas Fretz, B.C.S. Business Management Tiffin, Ohio Wei- i, Robert Gaver, B.C.S. .lan Gaydos, B.C.S. Business Management Business Management Tiffin, Ohio Port Clinton, Ohio i is rg , 'G ii, ,mia .trys , M Edwin Good, AB. in Tech. James Greensiaae, A.B. in Tech. Thfimas Gfemmef, B-C-S Accounting Business Administration BQSIHGSS Mffnagemem Burgoon, Ohio Clyde, Ohio Wmafdf Ohio fsgisii oi .5 Xiu' GRADUATES Thomas Haaser, B.C.S. Phillip Harris, B.C.S. Business Management Business Management Fremont, Ohio Bucyrus, Ohio sem mga: - l 'ff 'ig' . 1 3151, , il , f i l -i iii , ,, i ii, 'J 5 "nn-ff .9 Robert HHVUTWHD, B.C.S. Thomas Heminger, B.C.S. William Hershey, B.C.S Business Management Business Management Higher Accounting FOVVGSL Ohio Bucyrus, Ohio Fremont, Ohio 5 l fm ,iss-I I. we it felt: Saga i Na' -er' f Ronald Holman, B.C.S. Jon Hower, B.C.S. Gary Huffman B.C.S. Higher Accounting Business Management Higher Accounting Fostoria, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio McCutchenville, Ohio We -A 1" xg Marie Johnson, A.B. in Tech. William Kagy, B.C.S. Sukunya Kanovichitra, A. B. in Tech Accounting Business Management Business Administration Lakeside, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio Dhonburi, Thailand 5.. GRADUATES QT. 'WS fl 1' ,T , E... Qi 3 44,5 ,, 2 2 l F. Jarres Kastner, B.C.S. Roger Kleinfelter, B.C.S. Vic Lee Krout, A. B. in T Business Management Higher Accounting Accounting Tiffin, Ohio Fostoria, Ohio Arlington. Ol1l0 aa , V Evelyn Lambert, B.C.S. David Lauer, B.C.S. Mary Loertscher, A.B. in Tech. Higher Accounting Business Management Executive Secretary Carrollton, Ohio New Riegel, Ohio Elmore, Ohio X21 3015. John Lundin, B.C.S. James Lutz, B.C.S. William McCoy, B.C.S Higher Accounting Higher Accounting Business Management Brooklyn, New York Sycamore, Ohio Fremont, Ohio T ' ' ' - 1 i i Q J ir Suellen McGee, A.B. in Tech. Frank Magoch, Jr., B.C.S. RODGFT Manz, B.C.S. Business Administration Business Management Hf9l'19fACC0unting Bellefontaine, Ohio Parma, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio li, ia, l l rr 1 'rg Mike IVHKOV, B-C-S Debra iviuefehik, A.B. in Tech. Catherine Miller, A.B. in Tech BUSWIGSS Management Executive Secretary Executive Secretary Fremont, Ohio Port Clinton, Ohio Fremont, Ohio Lester Moser, B,C,S, Rena Murray, A.B. in Tech. Arlene Nighsvvander, A.B. in T Higher Accounting Executive Secretary Accounting 84 Secretarial Science Findlay, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio Bettsville, Ohio e,k, ' K wig 'item igz. X. if 2' gr , . , lat. O4 Patricia Opelt, A.B. in Tech. Robert Parker, B.C.S. William Peiffer, B.C.S. Accounting 84 Secretarial Science Higher Accounting Business Management Woodvillel Ohig Tiffin, Ohio Fremont, Ohio R I sc., Paul Peters, B.C.S. Curt Peterson, A.B. in Tech Linda Price, AB- in Tech- Higher. Accounting Business Administration Bellefontaine, Ohio 1 M were Q., see ' A Executive Secretary Findlay, Ohio Ansonia, Ohio i X Q -as Mgt 2:2 1 W iz , O i m .ip ri an E 'L Gerald Ring, B.C.S. David Roberts, B.C.S. Karen Ruffing, A,B. in Tech. Business Management Business Management Business Administration Tiffin, Ohio Bucyrus, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio QS-'V' John Rugh, B.C.S. Higher Accounting Bucyrus, Ohio ui 1. ,, Roger Runion, B.C.S. Business Management Willard, Ohio tai? r fgteegs i i" f,z E, -Q gi i V, Q"""" get Patrick Ryan, B.C.S. Higher Accounting Jerry City, Ohio 105 ea, f Z. Q E D ,es i x i ,i gh' 1 Jennifer Schmidt, A.B. in Tech. Robert Schumm, B.C.S. Robert Smith. B-C-3 Executive Secretary Business Management Business Management Findlay, Ohio Norwalk, Ohio North Baltimore, Ohio it i i, 1: FW 5 Eugene Spiess, B.C.S. Thomas Spitler, B.C.S. Shari Stagger, A.B. in Tech. BUSUWGSS Management Business Management EXCCUUVG S9C"eta"Y Fostoria, Ohio Upper Sandusky, Ohio Fostoria, Ohio 106 GRADUATES 12' David Swartz, B.C.S. Jack Ulrich, B.C.S. Robert Vasil, B.C.S. Business Management Business Management Business Management Fremont, Ohio Upper Sandusky, Ohio Bucyrus, Ohio ii 45.0 Quai" Larry Weiler, B.C.S. Janet Winkler, A.B. in Tech Sandfa Yashf AB- in Tech Higher Accounting Executive Secretary Executwe Secfefafi' Wooster, Ohio Bluffton, Ohio Canfield. Ohio Donna Zwingler, A.B. in Tech. Executive Secretary Canfield, Ohio JUNIOR Charles, Jerald Clime, John Cutcher, Joseph Eberly, Dale Falter, Alfred Fawcett, David Hoffman, Eric Hoover, Frank Loescher, Art Miller, James lVlyers, Steven Nevius, Mark Schade, Greg Sears, Jack Smith, Louis Smith, Thomas Staley, Larry Stickel, Craig Bibler, Gary Bisignano, Joseph Brown, Brett Brown, Walter Buccione, Thomas Burdge, Brad Fw-T 'i Gabel, Carl Geiger, Daniel Giese, Armin Graber, Les Hartman, Stephen Herhold, James .Q Nims, Stephen Nobis, Larry Pifer, Donald Phillips, Rick Reardon, Bon Rutkowski, Tony SOPHOMORE DeVito, Roger Durnvvald, Kenneth Ferguson, Albert Frederick, Roger cw Gillig, Patrick Gillig, Robert lVlook, Russel Newcomer, Lynn Rinker, Charles Schultz, Edward Smith, David L. Tippen, Michael 109 FRESHMEN Truka, Mark Tusing, James Valentine, Herman Weaver, Paul , ai Q' :fi L Q e E F 2 li i Us f ' rr A - , .r.. M5 J ' i DN- Taz, ZS' ,T-w. ld, ' f 4 A , Beier, Jerry Bickhart, David Brandenberry, Jon Brickman, Glenn Brown, Victoria Buckner, Ronald Cornwell, Ronald DeMuth, Jackie Delph, Joy DePaolo, Glenn Dryfuse, Michelle Dysinger, Peg if 'E Ugg Sa., .W , f- ff K Q1 if E,,., ,,,., lat A 1 aft ,ae fl as Gearing, Gary Gerstenberger, R Gillig,i Mariory Gillig, Susan Gutschalk, Martha Haefling, Jan 110 06 4. ,Y . r : 5, 5 Apple, Genise Asavaraks, Prakairat Boldosser, Ted Balduf, Marilyn Barker, Vickie Barton, Chester if Bumgarner, Diane Burroughs, Debbie Castner, Kraig Cenkus, Alice Conley, Rondal Corbin, Larry Eaton, Robert Everhart, Dwight Forster, Sharon Franck, Ann Gabel, Karen Gamber, Cynthia Hamilton, Nancy Harlett, Janine Hazel, George Hillis, Douglas R. Hime, Clifford Holbrook, Michael Lawrence, Bradford Lee, John Lonsway, Nancy McCormack, M. Mahar, Kevin Manley, Jane I Reinoehl, Frank Richards, Augusta Robenalt, Joseph Roberts, Chester Rosengarten, Mary Sample, Mark Smith, Lois Spence, Paula Stewart, Charlene Stoneburner, John Stout, Dwane Swope, Steven Hopkins, Katherine Kardibin, Lynn Kowaleski, David Kraus, George Kreinbrink, Carolyn Kuebler, Barbara 1 "'- L - 1... fb., , -:Q ll 5' iiii 1 YES, I V ,L 1:1555 1 Y ' 11:1 :J li Martin, June Murray, Kathleen Nye, Janice Panuto, Stephan Patrick, Thomas Redman, Bradley Sarkan, Karen Shumate, Zennie Sidoti, Joseph Sinclair, Marianne Sleasman, Jeffrey Smith, Danis Tanner, Yvonne Trimble, Donna Tyhurst, Debra Underwood, Jeffrey Vitt, Frank Wagner, John 111 2 Weirick, Nancy West, James Willis, Timothy H5355 21 , --.g!:E Wagner, Randi Wargo, Marcia Warrington, Linda S ,V . I Woodwa Yonek V we 1 as H , wal 5 ni E rink-,JY --, M H 5' '?I1ug5 as ,., -V f ,Mi 1, ' P ZF-. 'wir .A 52' K , n ii I ,Q .1-,wi 5 H 'H wwf? .1 F I ww! V. ww I X hz , wig J :Pi 114 'ff' rm, sf zi- S is r THERE'S A PLACE AND TIME FOR US ADVERTI S EMENTS " There's a place for us, A time and place for us. Hold my hand and we're, Half-way there. Hold my hand and l'll, Take you there, Somehow, someday, somewhere. " musical from WEST SIDE STORY . 'H the A QCIQMUIRQ Qlfaduafing T 1 C 3,55 ...,. I ., ..,,.. .T A 1 W E cOcA-COLA BOTTLING co. X 435-455 Market Street Tiffin, Ohio lm . Compliments of: Q ,gsm TIFFIN HARDWARE COMPANY Nb ig-KM! 'ln 5, w .. ?'fii9YE 575 West Market St. .2-Lf :,. .I ip, dp., f x A T! 135.1 A .QQ .:., -14 4- " I' ' Q Tiffin. Ohio ' K es- ' I A3335 Z ., A THE SIGNS . " ,s 5 Phone: 447-5280- OF FINE QUALITY AND SOOO TASTE ' x visit our Campus Shops A 'Q for great gear for school, dates or just relaxing. ' f If BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1971 3 T ,E EQFE 572097729124-QJfo?elT 5523 L A is ll: L, , ' A ff.T.TIi'l2i'.E"" The store within a store at Sears, Roebuck and Co wA"fN"T'::'3' 2112211 wesrmcnouss 710 sourn sANnusxv srneer - 1urrnN,oHno 447 avaz N' - . LL' '-'A QM Y C fl lf-4.5 J f J gl 'X ' :,. Clothing for Men A E 3 35 "" "" ' " tn, -, Q 1 I SEVENTY SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET, TIFFIN, OHIO 44883 wit + 5 45-gig?" The Tlffm Paint Company 11 , lg In - 4 1 iiiilli 1 EEii:" ' A N 112 south washington BURNER 81 FLECHTN ER Gnocemss, Mens and VEGETASIEEU ST. 111 PHONE 447-3831 213 E. 135 S. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 447-1241 FREE DELIVERY Slf' ,-.- ,.,--fame-"'f",f:wNLP"""""'V1ff' ' , - ' . 3 I . V ,- OFFICES . X F .I , ,Z 596 W. Markersr Tlmn ohm 51-53 S. Washington St" 37-39 S. Washington St., I ARTHUR BEAN MUSIC 1 - WESTGATE VILLAGE TIFFIN, OHIO We sell the best, We fix the ,hest SHULTZ MOTORS, INC. 390 WEST MARKET STREET - TIFFIN, OHIO INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS scouT TRAVELALL ACME ELECTRIC ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS f INDUSTRIAL TI .-3, "9 COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL IQ FREE ESTIMATES- NEW AND REPAIR WORK FOR GAY LANES EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL gLc:r:IhEE'gE LINE OF LIGHTING FIXTURES AND WHERE TU STUDENTS ENJOY A CALL THEIR WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS 447-3374 -I 16 E. ww X x X func. AM FM VOICE OF SENECA COUNTY TIFFIN SAVINGS BANK o I 0 f Wernlck s TV 81 Appllances gmgg TIFFINOHIO 140 South Washington Street wage ffsAv..,Z55 A Tiffin, ohio 44883 NGC -.FL W , Phone 447-4178 ,,- , ,L LWB' -f awww" 'TL-----15-1 n w . 'fir T .,'?'-SWF! ' Tiff-V rg. mmiilll ' H ' r H,..mE.., ,'4:,'Y1X, T ' E ,, ,,'T .,.O' , ' E f f E E i -'- X " " - -l1Q' LEINER 84 SON BEST WISHES X525 n"nno , 1 Wfhmsf 0 osncs sumv co A i -.-,.:: : Z .V::'4 Sf X i .g l VAUV .:.. af. Q Z 1165. WASHINGTON ST. TIFFIN, OHIO 44883 PHONE 1419, 447-2644 COMPLETE-OFFICE OUTFITTEIS SMART CLOTHES FOR THE MAN WHO THINKS SMART f-X ' ,N , A Y Q M .vun 'AD i IYA ' L V' ' V --Ix 1, .. , A 59415.13 ?rP'u.1'g1.f5.zEgAy,:. ,m,h,,:,,4f'-Jfeg' ','-.x-1,1f1:.55gf' Q34 ,ji-bjciir eleiu-5: ..:!v:a7Vesx:12,fiy1eni,1if..4' ' f'?,p!Zv,wS:fd1aawom i' ,K .1 .- J,51U1el'Sfz -'fm' f.:g5Qi7ff11T3?4g'y!a'4'2,:Lf COMPLIMENTS OF HUFFlVIAN'S BAR - 271 S. Sandusky Street Tiffin, Ohio 44883 THOMAS DE WESTGATE VILLAGE SHO Tiffin, Ohio LI-CAFE CARL'S SOHIO East Market Street ' 'T f-"A Y--A'-:Zee-ieff' ' . . . T'ff'nf Ohm 44883 Tune-ups - Brake Jobs - Mufflers 24 I-Iour Bakery 86 Coffee Shop Westgate Shopping Center YIZZA PIZZA 9 - 1 448 0273 YIZZA 117 S Wctshmgton St ":' 3' ' .4 ' fp lea -' 1-4 f P. -'CE' I1 -J . 4-1' TWO LOCATIONS 447-4904 WESTGATE Shopping Center FREE DELIVERY TO THE TU CAMPUS Q22 :fi From 9 U0 p rn, to 1:00 cr. m. ,- 1 V . - - - . ,"m.'y" ' . xqy3?' -', ',?'?u : . . BEST vvisHEs TIFFIN JEAN PAUL, INC. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 785 West Market Street TIFFIN, OHIO 44883 X.. f I .ff BAR DINNING 447-0321 h H. C. Riley Company, Inc. Rose Motor Sales, Inc. Porter Motors Tiffin Ford Ef A. Bush Chevrolet Economy Chrysler-Plymouth Coppus Motors Feiler Motors R. D. Pontiac-Buick JEAN PAUL, INC. 71-79 E, Market Street Tiffin, Ohio 44883 4 M. i ' I s :ix-V ii . -rm . on - f . mf- 'Q i '. an .mfww 1, f W f, - Mfr., :QW Wxji wi" ii! Y y V-,,ff.i Etfifzsxw W if if Q, 2 ., A3 I5 19:21 .2 13g ..,, A U..1,,.. H1 2,1 1rM.i3f' 23 - f. 30 0 In A2153 3,ff',.fa'z 'J-r tiff: Jail' I if 1 93. 115, 3 , gi I I, if I - ii "affix n .IQQQIYM ., '-: Q, rg?-.fs ,QLJ ' f- 11 ,,' ly, ,, iiwtgwg 5 we gg. .KS I--e gli 'F .. Q'wIfVWffe.L fm, 4 5554? 55-i':'f'f'f?fi5f,1'fj: .fifff : 7573,-f7?"k.+'f' 'fl I 1,-,CQ QQQNII,-i 5' 'ffl' lf ?" t.f1r2'?-- -'h'.g1fi.sf.i21 ggf1e.1:1e':'1'J .M-Tw 4.1f.."'!f,i" ,- I :i ,wx agp.. 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It offically became Kappa Delta Kappa Sorority at Tiffin University on September 18, 1963. Its members shall consist of all women who have ever been initiated into the Kappa Delta Kappa Sorority or into the Sorority when it was known as Kappa Delta Phi Sorority. The aims of this sorority are to create a close bond of friendship, a strenthening of character, the development of both the spirit- ual and mental sides of life and a spirit of good will to enable all to work together for the good of all. COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF BEST WISHES CRAUN KUEBLER TRANSPORTATION SHOES INC BETTSVILLE, OHIO S. WASHINGTON ST. TIFFIN, OHIO 419-986-5161 PATRONS CONGRATULATIONS Thomas R. Spellerberg, Prosecuting Attorney y Marathon Oil Company Paul J. Dunn, Attorney At Lavv Citizens Savings and Loan J.A. Wade Agency BOOSTERS Mary Alice Rosengarten Mark Truka Mike Feick Martha Gutschalk Arlene Nighswander Harry Chahal Tom Amos Sukunya Kanokvichitra Gary Huffman Kay Stailey Gene Peters Herman Comer Marybelle Koehl Tom Haaser Larry Staley John Lundin Elaine Bockbrader Mary Loertscher LeRoy Bockbrader Carl Gabel Donna Zwingler AI Fergeson Roger Kleinfelter Donna Trimble Linda Price NATIONAL MACHINERY TIFFIN, OHIO BEST WISHES S. S. KRESGE CO. TIFFIN WESTGATE INC. SHOPPING CENTER STUDENTS DO YOU NEED SUMMER EMPLOYMENT? WE NEED SUMMER DRIVERS HOLTHOUSE BROTHERS LIFE BRAND PRODUCE R. R. 2 Willard, Ohio E: PHILLIP B. GOIST Nationweide Insurance Agency 40 S. Washington Street Tiffin, Ohio PUFFENBERGER A Fl.ooR covERlNGs CARPET LINOLEUIVI DRAG DRAPES CERAMIC TILE KIRSCH' DRAPPERY HARDWARE Alpha Iota. youngest member, Christine. She is the 29 s. WASHINGTON s'r. - PHONE 447-9692 daughter of IVIr. 81 IVIrs. Eugene Spiess. TIFFIN, OHIO 44883 W. H. KILDOW CO. DISTRIBUTOR li-1 Q ,..... I 0 ALPHA IOTA SORORITY Cigarettes - Cigars - Candv PBITY STFGETQ Studio Of Wonders OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FORTHE 1971 LEDGER CONGRATULATIONS 1971 GRADUATES PDRTRAIT COMMERCIAL ' SCHDCILS l WEDDINGS Congratulations 1971 NL CAA Champions W . R. Wonders Member Ohio Society of Professional ' Photographers Photographers Association of Ame ' a r1c W. R. Wonders, C.P. P, fownerj Certified Professional Photographer 101 Perry Street Fostoria, Ohio 44830 131' M4553 AQ MM l .. ,,L9.. 'Q ' 'WET 'cl 'SCI 'Sf' ,Nw -as wager .V as 5. A,-2 ,Q I O 4 If I " Im A AEI YZ' Egg 'W 755 ' 121 I' w"fgI'w"-'Iv fziiff Mm 'Hi ""'. Q L M w ef -- iw I I if in W . 21 Z, 1 ,xx , , at -55 f 1- W -L, if Q ,gs A I LII.. ,Iggy kfwggi may W II I, 2 P: LL 4, 5 5 ' I X Sigma Gpmvgzr Sigma Illratvrnitg CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES SIGMA OMEGA SIGMA FRATERNITY HOUSE SIGMA OMEGA SIGMA OFFICERS President ...... Eric Hoffman Vice-President . . . . Tom Blair Secretary .... . .Frank Hoover Treasurer . . . . Dave Swartz Reporter . . . . . Al Falter Sgt. at Arms. . . . Mike Brady Pledge Captain ..... Brad Burdge Alumni Co-or. .... Roger DeVito Student'Council Rep .... Jeff Bugbee E In I M' A 4+ H ff TWH If cw was ww.. H. M52 s PHI THETA PI FRATERNITY HOUSE DELTA BETA CHAPTER TIFFIN UNIVERSITY TIFFIN UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE 2"FF"'5 TIF!-'IN UNIVERSITY CLASS RINGS T SHIRTS JACKETS MUGS GREETING CARDS HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDES PAPER BACKS SWEATERS NIGHT SHIRTS STUDENT UNION Q 2 136 IvIIAIvII STREET CTIFFINE TXKIEJ I Q BA WMI I D3 T H22 1-eff" H ,,.... Fgja, lu II E Zisawf -re CwTACCOUNUNG,r I I Lum w.,,1g..-,,--""f,,,Im'5II.:fI,-4- :m..75':f-...,.., 4... HK' "'-IR' 159 Bum., 'WEE 'M 'W 'HI FI- : "'-f do I-",,Jf"un1 n-,,,,,,, -573' NME ik: UML if-'-'-TE ffm- -I-I.. 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