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I.?i"IZI J -. - H - I j- 3I.'i5g.J:..e.IT lun 'IA .ISI lrjvi 1- w" ,FQ ' .E.J:'7F:'f ' fr? 15- '. ' '-1--J , arm. - FFF-Q ' ff: II Q I -- ,tg - - '-'3""-'I ' . J'.- J 1 - . - J -J F.-'Af'-f:rf.,:-'-f. ..Im..:. wid -fJf:..?l.J.f75'I:........ , . ' ..--'H "' '1 -' f . -F1412 J I 'xx' I I m 1 X lxl2Qm1Emihmmmmm mmm . Q - ..-I , -T? - FT' ' ' ' r --w-M -TU" 'T K 1' :-N fa .f ig-ff-J: :N V 3y,aF,2.Jfif - fffll-1-3 .' 'L'.,'v,',fi," " Q, -.5 " V V' , A T1 4 1 f ,.-, 45' ' x 1- r 1 'Za- N 'A IL .WMM Q ff, xl-, .- -.A 1 V 1 1 f n I 1 11 I 1 1 Q . z Q, if W ,N E' 7 w' ' i W, rl 1 1 1 , , ,, I w " THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON, AKRON, OHIO -l .1 I S09 35551 'I f -fb, 'W'-.II nr . wifsj 9-.4 44 q'A,1' ,K:..l'o J '.,, ' I -I WHL. v-.A I 1, .Q J Q ua app.. 9,34 I QQ 'Q .0 IJ: I ' l'Q.ir fivnf 'JM 4. 'N 'typ ' 7l?rdTr ' . H H 'fn 1 Q '. 5 4 Q , H , , I If - 4, ' I A 4 :I-NN . '-A A I .7 ,, rf- "4-'. I 55 -2' -4. A I I Tm' 'Qu-1:-J , 1 . I W -. ., I TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION. . . THE ARTS ....... THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY SIX TEL-BUCH JOHN W. ROE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MARY ANN MUNKA ASSOCIATE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER QUEENS ........ HONORARIES ..... ORGANIZATIONS . . . ATHLETICS ...... GRADUATES ..... 234 52 80 90 GREEKS ........ 104 148 166 206 5 ' 'Q '-' - : ' .' , - P A' LX, ' Z . ' ' E N '--X I , 4 " 4 N, I -X li , I.1rIErI9IIIlIIfBEIIIIIEII , . . . registration completed . . . books purchased . . . schedule settled . . . the challenge of a new year . . . the decisions ahead and the knowledge that they must be made . . . the good feeling of independence . . . being alone sometimes or with friends, however the mood struck . . . stopping somewhere for lunch . . . deciding to study or not . . . the campus-a stu- dent's world . . . F1 51 xi' 'V IS ann ugh 10 51 I f, -AT 1' 2 , al.-.Zig -wh a 91 V jd 1 V3 :lg H745 QQ. JT. 'rn ' '. rn . , f1 '- 'E ' L A J , .. 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I P 0 I f I I . wa 7:"" J- x . . . an afternoon break from studies spent outdoors . . . the Autumn air with a little of Win- ter's chill . . . the gold falling leaves and the green grass . . . blue and gold uniforms . . . play- ers rushing up and down a soc- cer field . . . a goalie covering the net . . . wiry cross country runners keeping up an exhaus- ting pace . . . across the open . . . through the trees . . .strain- ing to make Akron first . . . 13 gi 4' rm-v--u 'Y 'vafni A in ""Qf -. ,- 32 5 Iaq lin 'J l v JC 3 3 . . . the clash of padded shoul- ders, arms, and legs . . . mud- spattered players grappeled for the ball . . . tense faces in the crowd and on the bench . . . penalty, fumble, touchdown . . . the stands were often crowded, sometimes not . . . the band played, fans cheered . . . en- thusiasm grew and loyalty in- creased . . . for the men out on the field . . . and for the school itself... 'S k 1 4 3 J 16 1 K 1 . . . football . . . something for everyone . . . different to each . . . Acme-Zip . . . biggest crowd ever . . . fireworks . . . bright flashes in the night . . .fans . . . with overcoats . . . or umbrellas . . . cheered or just watched . . . the score, the players, the coach . . . the expression on a face or a hasty word . . . . ,n.,,,3,fq- k N.-Quxne HE'Qi7'fH1 ' warge?H ,gs-E..-.,1,,..,,,. fi if 0-new fi, mu F rl , 'Qi .4011 , 0 !glJ w 'iq 'Q . I f 11. . . . Homecoming . . . spirit, en- thusiasm, varied activities . . . a torch-light parade . . . flicker- ing lights cast distorted shad- ows . . . cheering students in energetic support at the rally . . . later filled the bowl for a chilled but exciting game . . . yellow mums with blue and gold ribbons . . . after the crowning, Queen Peggy and President Au- burn led a dance. . . others joined in an atmosphere of gai- ty, music, and dancing.. . hat ,J 5-'. 'ii-.....,, W Y us.,- A Q- ' .vi-ff? ' ' ,-.,:A.: 114- .9 .71'1"1N ififlfr' ' 37'-"g.s 3' .,w,,:Y5.v' 1: ..,.. - . f'-'M P- 3 Q e I L A r .2 3 ,L is L V ' ' v . I 1 , P Q X QL A!- j in-9 Yffl . ,-- Alai... 5, ll' Ax- !'f..,x iww 5-'4 wa- E' lf - 'A 37' ff -,... A W ing, ." ' ' A , . H -'V - +A'5""' hfyviq ?2:Al'7 W f' V S' -x M xx 1 , 'ff 7-i5"9f -4,:ff' Q Q!! 'H-, 51391 M AX , , , ,- 2 5? ' .MMA n'9'g'i' QQ...- ..wt'Qig K is 23 . . . under an arch of gleaming sabres the smiling young ladies in long gowns were escorted by handsome men in full dress uni- forms . . . music played in the background for the presentation of ROTC Sponsors and mem- bers of Angel Flight at the an- nual Military Ball . . . the first and most formal event of the year . . . the gym transformed into an elegant setting for this formal event . . . the fragrance of flowers, the gleam of brass buttons, the pomp and circum- stance ofa military affair. . . If '42 i .. QL y IHlllm'nf1 - "wi ,-f . . .I ll lg - . H E.. ,, ,Q Q . .' 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Q fvlg- f N M x"9f-.QF'AfQ ' - X "ll f-Ixl - - ' F x ' " X. 5 Ng. 1' X K 'llkxix - Q +-J' ' - 1 5. , E Q z,4,'f..-iQ1ff.. fa: 1, gugvai' -gig f ' ' 5' 'W N . . . the lines were endless . . . a ream of forms to fill out . . . a schedule to be changed as classes closed . . . more endless lines . . . confusion . . . frustra- tion . . . some irritation . . . the realization that this was "big business" . . . bewildered fresh- men . . . self-assured upper classmen tried to help fit in an Institutions discussion be- tween English I and General Psych . . . in all it was an awesome experience, bringing slight understanding of the in- tricacy with which the system was run . . . a system that sched- uled thousands of students in different places at the same time. . . with an armload of new books, an IBM number, and a bit more confidence, each stu- dent prepared to meet the chal- lenge of a new year . . . ln "Whig . . . classes only as stimu- lating as the profs . . . do they want the student to know and understand what they admire? . . . it is a dif- ficult role - bringing sub- ject matter to life . . . many never try . . . but there are the rare ones . . . those who stimulate the student . . . they greet the courses with enthusiasm . . . are chal- lenged to impart a concept, an attitude, an insight, not just facts . . . dry material takes on a fresh meaning . . . learning becomes an adventure . . . they inspire tomorrow's leaders . . . they are truly the ones to be called Professor . . . ,a .,1 x F, - ' ei. ,:.,i"f ff-fa: -ff if I aff f' F' uma WY . . . how was it possible to know so much, yet so little? . . . col- lege was for learning and learn- ing meant study . . . studying wherever possible-the library, outside on the grass, in the Chuckery, at the dorm . . . sometimes there was the chal- lenge of new ideas . . . often just drudgery to get by . . . why did everything pile up? . . . pa- pers due, books to read, exams coming . . . Next semester would be different! . . . i l i fi I A i 1 -: f'f' t .uc- . 1 l7X2:KTVxcuL"Qx.fE.J ?'Dowvi'Gamv1 Epqcgkgg 960.819, HB5 H3150-' 200, 065,591 2465 C,x0.E,SS'vfXE,w'x 5- Go-C10 Gkds If T 30 . . . Friday night and political parties . . . no politicsg just party . . . hand stamps . . . Go- Go Girls and loud blaring music . . . dancing or just observing . . . pledges singing the same songs over and over and over . . . spontaneous laughter and lost sentences in the noisy care- free atmosphere . . . 'Fi-,,, muff 3 p P C, r H 9:-T' , f- J Q , f '22 '-2' il ' l Q s' ' lifvgifi' I 75+ --Qpi-qunu'-'v""d t 9 W 'IA ,A 3. A fi - 7 'ff' 33 . . . on TV coast to coast . . . Dave, Linda, Pete, and Rick . . . Akron's College Bowl Team . . . a weekend in New York after months of prepara- tion . . . the migrating student body lending encouragement and enthusiasm . . . the chal- lenging Earlham team . . . a close contest up to the last . . . the Akron team victorious al- though defeated . . . 'law ' r' f-LJ . . . "N-C-dou-ble-A. . . AKRON- ALL-THE-WAY" . . . "N-C-dou- ble-A. . .AKRON-ALL-THE-WAY" . . . the chant that was present throughout the basketball sea- son . . . fellow students began to wear buttons and sweatshirts with the same slogan . . . sen- tences began with, "When we go to Evansville . . ." . . . excite- ment mounted as students made plans to ride, fly, or walk the 500 miles to the tourna- ment . . . il ll 34 Y f 'V N. sf' L , JF' xii Pig fi, 4: 'J 3! if sr 5 bw . J-41 ' I 36 ,J Aw il' E . . .the end was near. . . if the last few games were won, every- one would be on his way . . . the tension and enthusiasm mounted throughout the week. . . Tuesday night with Otterbein- Victory . . . Friday night with Youngstown-Victory . . . Satur- day night with SteubenviIIe-Vic- tory! . . . on to Evansville with one thought . . . VICTORY! . . . 1 v-1-, Q '!'f'i"M 14 ' . . . at last the tournament . . . Evansville was a reality . . . students jammed into ca rs or on the busses . . . even Batman was there! . . . the first game- loud, tense, explosive . . . a vic- tory . . . "We are number one" . . . ten gallon hats . . . NCAA sweatshirts, buttons, posters. . . the ever-vigilant, tolerant, and alert men in blue . . . the famil- iar places, Sycamore and Third, the Manhatten, and the Ven- dome . . . unofficial headquar- ters for Akron students . . . the second game-defeat . . . the team finished third in the na- tion, but departing students were heard to say, "Wait 'till next year" . . . yes, wait 'till next year . . . N C A A A KR OoNf,Al-l ULEWA Yu NCAA TUURNAMENT VISITURS WHIIIIMEI -Y 44, 4 ,E , -, 1 . . ,J--7 1 X. X I J' Vp, ij,-L lf W ,.- . ,. E3 40 E1 v 'll' I f' 1: 4,5- . W Q wif au ,, 3fg f, of-S453 -5-,'uAnww,w A la Ir QU" eqgaalfiks 0 WT F iv' 14 in r -.ws .Q F: u-:"s , 'lg 'a Ji -M REQ n -,f .N I, A, 1 gn! Q Mmff ACT qyx it if Z sf- 1' MJ:-P 3 P1-wwf 6 024 ,., ,gf X. 42 W . . . Student Council campaigns with all the excitement of big- time politics . . . POGO, EGO, USA . . . each group with its share of candidates, buttons, flyers, parties . . . everyone wanted your vote . . . which to choose? . . . the day came, and with it helicopters, speech- es, noise makers . . . the all-out 'final effort . . . Friday afternoon . . . the die is cast, the votes were counted, and all that re- mained of a hard-fought cam- paign was a multitude of papers in an empty lobby. .. PETRARCI VARIAN YW! .bg Xi-J C"T"'if --W fb-. I' 'Nb L in . . . Happiness was May Day '66 . . . for freshmen-excitingly new and different . . . for upperclass- men-not new, but exciting never- theless . . . the inevitable fluffy parties and long suffering float chairmen . . . posters of Snoopy . . . at last the day . . . games, announcements, a free breakfast . . . later the parade . . . . . . Simon and Garfunkle in concert at Memorial Hall . . . the May Court and crowning of Queen Betty . . . the dance on Saturday . . . trophies for the float winners . . . Happiness was being a winner . . . azz.: FS xg r u . , . In - ' vi' 'lf' ". .f. A . . . exams . . . the potential downfall of every student . . . both academically and psycho- logically. . . not necessarily both . . . every moment was spent at the books . . . but it never seemed enough . . . what would the prof ask? . . . was a date important? . . . which one? . . . as the time to prove oneself drew near, there wasn't time for the big ideas, and the small ones seemed insignificant . . . but the urging to keep plugging -to make the grade-was al- ways there . . . it seemed an ominous urging . . . reflected often in despair . . . c..:N- ei of Ai f t h- H Tglnn l . as , l,.." I 9991 ,f . 2' 'H Pj' 1' , 1 4 . 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A X ,V . . . black robes and mortar boards . . .four years . . . maybe more . . . it had seemed long and often difficult, but it was over now . . .in an evening, college was a thing of the past . . . now time to make important decisions and see how much really had been learned . . . from the books and the people . . . everyone destined for varied paths . . . the business world . . . teaching . . . more school . . . but always a challenge ahead . . . graduation-an end, in itself a beginning . . . I l at , 9 N 'SQ ADMI I TRATI GI? NNW 1 870 'Y ,-tl-P 'Y A XGA 5 Q 1 - fv Q J Allfgf 5741. 95+ Q Qkfix :-.,Ng.dl2EiRR, N' B kvix l. .-gn... ..x r PRE IDENT AUBURN For Norman P. Auburn, President of the University of Akron, 1965-66 was a year spent on the go. His travels, some long, some short, and one still only a possibility, have had great significance for the future of the University and the national reputation of both the institution and its chief administrator. During a one-year partial leave of absence, com- pleted in February, 1966, President Auburn journeyed more than 100,000 miles as Special Assistant in the State Department's Agency for International Develop- ment. As liaison between the Agency and the many universities participating in AID programs, President Auburn visited the nation's leading campuses and made first-hand observations in many of the world's under- developed areas. In the spring of 1966 the possibility of another Auburn trip made national headlines. Dr. Auburn was the first American scholar to be granted U.S. travel rights to long forbidden Red China and Albania. No stranger to the Orient, Dr. Auburn has written widely of his travels and in 1963 was among the few Ameri- cans admitted to Outer Mongolia. While the communist governments of China and Albania have yet to issue visas to President Auburn,the State Department's un- precedented action was fresh evidence of the Presi- dent's high reputation as a scholar and educator. Another journey, short, but most significant, to Columbus, in May, 1966, marked the completion of preliminary negotiation for the conversion of The Uni- versity of Akron to state university status in July, 1967. The overwhelming electoral support of Akron citizens made the conversion possible. The shortest Auburn journey was probably the most important as well. President Auburn rode a steel girder eight stories to the "topping-out" ceremonies of the new Science Center in April, 1966. The 510.5 million facility, so much a symbol of the University's growth in physical and academic stature during the Auburn Era, was fittingly named the Norman P. Auburn Science and Engineering Center. When completed in 1967, it will be the largest single educational structure in the state. When not high on the girders of a new building, or visiting an undeveloped corner of the globe, President Auburn's most frequent, and most important journey has been the walk up the Buchtel Hall steps each morning. 1'f'fe'1' s . sq X Q -A, ii .4 . x 1 In N 51 1 ,513-' -va ' i -e , - - ,V . gf' - '----av yy? 1 9i':qZ3',' gj -.v xt. iff '-J, :L .T "5 , sh.. ,H BO RD OF DIRECTOR ROW ONE: Charles J. Jahant, Joseph Thomas, Vice istrationg Lisle Buckingham, Arthur Kelly, Bernard Chairman: Harry P. Schrank, Chairman, E. J. Thomas, Rosen, Fred l. Albrecht, Norman P. Auburn, President Vice Chairman: Mrs. Walter A. Hoyt. ROW TWO: Dom- of the University. inic J. Guzzetta, Vice President and Dean of Admin- 56 , .1f?'f"fvw':frrfe 1 r" V' I'-'1' ' r -sawn -- - is 4"""h--ee , . . "' 41195 Q, I-ii ' .v I Dominic J. Guzzetta Vice President and Dean of Administration Ian R. MacGregor Financial Vice President DMINISTRATIO Harold W. Oyster Vice President for Development Pr' Gordon A. Hagerman Registrar , ,ff?fn+,z'.. A, ir ' g - 5 -i'-,L , .5 x sf! 1 19' George W. Ball Director of University Relations 58 Carl L. Hall Controller u... . A.. A Kenneth D. Bushnell Director of Alumni Relations 'E .tx if fi-7 " .:,'- - 7' W-.1 -1- ling . ' -1 . X 1' .51-X 'x' 2 J-Eg'--L ., f, . ' fm ', , V ,, xx- 1,1 A. , .'s " . 1 N. 15, lr X uw is -- n Howard D. Haynes Admissions Cfficer . ,J N M td' V if ,1.' , . i , H Q ',-fi: Robert W. Paul Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 59 ' ' f 1. . ' . N 1 1 fi i "V 1' ii 9? R. Wayne Duff Business Manager TQZQSQDI 4 5 -ww' En 'ya F: A , .. 5 . :?" , ,qc .7 , . Charles V. Blair Director of the Institute for Civic Education 60 Richard L. Hansford Dean of Student Services f'f"f'7 Vis -F it I1 fi' X Maurice Morton Director of the Institute of Rubber Research 61 Robert C. Carson Coordinator of Research Dean George W. Knepper BUCHTEL COLLEGE GF LIBERAL ARTS The Buchtel College of Liberal Arts is one of four Upper Colleges at the University of Akron. Its traditions date back further than the other three undergraduate colleges, since the University itself is an outgrowth of Buchtel College, a liberal arts institution established in 1870. The College, headed by Dean George Knepper, expanded in many areas this year. The enrollment in- creased to 540 while departments expanded and many courses were added, including two graduate degree programs. The College of Liberal Arts provides a pro- gram of undergraduate and graduate education in the humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sci- ences. lt prepares students for careers in the profes- sions, in industry, in the performing arts, and for gradu- ate and professional education. During the past year, the faculty of the College of Liberal Arts was involved in many diversified professional activities. Dr. John Popplestone began a library for the National Archives on the History of American Psychol- ogy which will be located in the Ritchie Room of the University Library. A center for Urban Studies was started, under the direction of Charles Blair. Dr. Edwin Lively was given a grant by the EssO-Bolnan Company, and Dr. Theodore Mackiw was invited overseas to lec- ture. The United States Office of Education gave S807,000 to the Liberal Arts College for additions to the new Auburn Science and Engineering building. ,f:,, ia 21 U' Ex IG Samuel Selby Mathematics QI: -.' If V Charles Duffy English . 'x':ef"7 ,7Y,,f' Theodore Duke Classics 63 Arno K. Lepke Modern Languages Ray H. Sandefur Speech Emil Grunberg Economics rfv- in X A 9 Allen G. Noble Geography and Geology 1 h Y. f P' bf'-'T . 'l ' fn' A -, f,.1?fF! :.V MIX 7 ,- 5 U f , ll Q a '. '-Y -.,v, '. f -1 l f5,,ll,f 1- ' '. ' ge, '- ' ,lf 5' ', ' ,alll ' f .1 .4-M'-Q-it ',. f 0, X l 1 A ' ,. ul l' ' 'Lv l- .U N' ' - 4 ' '. 'Ja k.YEj.!i+':L'y, be If W xi- ' I i I' .- 3 f H 'V' fu. R" 14. , L -.:',,, ' '-f,n- ,Q - - .af sr- . - 7 ' ' iii' 5 " ,l J '- nbi- W-, - N ,, . ,L 'Lf Ig? . V. 'I U Mx. I 41:1 .A 1 ' 9.915 '3 I mf I -,gl -4' H-I 1 ,ff - A. H.. h . . 1, .in-,TL lf, l y l l' 64 BUCHTEL COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ART X SX N" -.-.vxX-- K. 'f lx Q h NL Q xii, 1 . STR, V 1, ' xR'.fX'N-2,-'Li 1. :T V. I X' -. . A MK'-'-1:T7"1N Q 'X .XX . -- . . if A r X K DEPARTMENT HEADS .nv I.. Zi. 1 Howard Maher Psychology Emily Davis Roger F. Keller Art Biology 65 Charles W. Wilson Physics - James B. Wilbur Philosophy a ' -.L Q Q.. 5, '. ii ' . 1? I 'K ,J fx ' Q' 4 "- Q - Mn 5 A 'i..,,.. , - is A , 'ws 3, X, is le. 1-. w Y4:'?:,-N'--L...S,: Q... V .f B 1 . , ,we ' - - "L, Q . ., - r , . ,U ,N .,,Yf,h -3 ,. 1 l Edwin L. Lively Sociology DEPARTMENT HEADS Warren F. Kuehl History I " Paul A. Weidner Political Science Farley K. Hutchins Music Irene C. Baer Home Economics Andrew L. Simon Civil Engineering CGLLEGE OF ENGINEERING The "heart" of the Engineering College is its five- year cooperative program which was begun in 1914, the same year that the College itself was established. The plan of alternating work with study begins in a student's third year when he is formally admitted to the College of Engineering. The required number of hours for the 650 under- graduate engineering students was reduced by eight to ten hours this year. ln an effort to keep all interested students, Dean Michael Rzasa set up an effective coun- seling and guidance program. Under this system, every freshman student enrolled in Engineering courses is counseled by a faculty member at least three times dur- ing the year in addition to Student Service counseling. After an annual curriculum review, several courses were added and degree programs were made more flexi- ble. The percentage of faculty members with PhD's was increased to over 5OfX,. Civil engineering professor Alvin Richards was given a grant of 515,000 by the National Science Foundation. Also, Professor Howard Greene of the Chemical Engineering Department was chosen to work with NASA during the Summer. The Auburn Science and Engineering Building, now under construction, will soon house offices and classrooms of the College of Engineering. Coleman J. Major Chemical Engineering S"-Y-1: Kenneth F. Sibila Electrical Engineering 69 John S. Watt Secondary Education Kenneth Cochrane Lyman Hunt Physical Education Elementary Education wx Lx ' - is Y I M 70 CGLLEGE OF EDUCATIGN The largest Upper College at The University of Akron is the College of Education. Nearly 1,100 students are enrolled in the College of Education and many more in the other Upper Colleges obtain teaching certificates or second degrees in education. On the graduate level, a Doctor of Philosophy in Elementary and Secondary Student Personnel Service, and a Doctor of Education in School Administration are now offered. During the Summer, three seminar classes are held at the University under the College of Education. Mr. Jerald Maben led one of the few NASA courses in the nation for teachers of science and space. One of the largest courses in the country for teachers of reluctant readers was headed by Dr. Lyman Hunt. In addition to these courses, many teachers return to the University for Summer classes. During the summer, Dean McNerney headed the an- nual Classroom Around the World. Under this program, students, area teachers, and principals have studied firsthand the school systems of England, India, Spain and Germany. Under the direction of the College, S4 thousand will be spent to begin a project to redevelop a library in Naclas, India. Mable Riedinger Administration and Student Personnel Services Dean Chester T. McNerney Evenly M. Tovey Nursing Education 71 Frank L. Simonetti Dean Richard C. Reidenbach Industrial Management Wg.. i l' fl ' ' 72 Because many students take business courses as electives, the College of Business Administration han- dles nearly 1,500 students each year. During the past year, Dean Richard Reidenbach and his staff have worked to place more students in a learning situation rather than a teaching situation. The College maintains a sound balance between liberal education and profes- sional courses. Half the courses of study are in a field of liberal education: the remaining are divided between courses of general business subjects and the student's own area of specialization. Last Spring the College was honored when it was ad- mitted to the American Association of Colleges and Schools of Business. This accreditation has enabled honor business students at Akron University to become members of national honoraries in business and ac- counting. The Accounting Program was also accredited by the New York Board of CPA's. In addition to the many area executives who take courses at the Univer- sity, sixteen local businessmen took part in a Manage- ment Seminar last Spring. Led by Dr. Frank Simonetti, this unique seminar lasted for ten weeks and proved to be very successful. By using computer information, Dr. Thomas Sharkey has scheduled the construction of all new buildings on campus. Outside of the classroom, many students were introduced to research by working on the Akron Met- ropolitan Transportation Survey that was conducted through the College of Business Administration. -. li! Dennis Gordon Accounting COLLEGE GF BUSINESS ADMINISTR TIO 'Qi Charles Poston Marketing and Finance 73 in COLLEGE OF LAW This year's enrollment of 170 in the College of Law will be increased to 225 next Fall with the addition of a full-time day school law program. Dean Stanley Samad's day program was approved last Spring by the American Bar Association. The curriculum is based on the casebook system, as opposed to the strictly textbook and lecture type of instruction. Following this system, actual court cases are explained and discussed, and each student's professional judgment is developed in an atmosphere of modern legal reality. Actual clinical training is gained by taking a required course in legal aid. A student co-operates with the Legal Aid Society to give legal service under the super- vision of the Society's counsel. He learns the processes of law through actual experience and firsthand observa- tion of the workaday activities of a lawyer. He also obtains experience through interviewing clients, for- mulating courses of action, and preparing necessary letters, pleadings, and briefs. Ninety-two per cent of all University students receiving the Juris Doctor degree in Law pass the bar exam. 74 'I l Dean Ernest H. Cherrington ---- ' ' . A 'K'-I-1 G f 'Eli-rfilil T ' il' -ni: W. x , ' ' -4 tra il -, if a ibn 0 Q il? , I ia I -ati R4- 'Quiz' .' '1" --hs., --f ' ,. 'Wham f Sag! GRADUATE DIVISION A at The ,University of Akron this year represent a 391, vi increase in the enrollment of the Graduate Division. This significant growth is paralleled by an increasing number of students who receive graduate degrees pre- sented by the University each year. Many students in the Graduate Division do more than attend classes- 55 graduate interns combine teaching or research with their classwork. The Institute for Polymer Science al- lows students to work full time, to attend night school classes, and to receive full credit for a thesis relating to their work. Graduate education involves the extension of knowl- edge. However, it is not merely a continuation of undergraduate work. Graduate education is more con- cerned with the significance of facts than with their accumulation. The Graduate Division orients the stu- dent toward research in its broadest connotation and gives him experience in the methods by which informa- tion is evaluated and knowledge is acquired. Under the guidance of Dean Ernest Cherrington, programs leading to graduate degrees in Industrial Psychology and Chemistry were begun this year. A degree in Edu- cational Administration will be added next Fall in addi- +P tion to several new graduate courses in Philosophy. will GENERAL COLLEGE Dean Thomas Sumner l 5, Akron with less than two years' previous college ex- perience enter the General College. Presently, the General College has an enrollment of 3,000 students. The basis for the General Studies program is the belief that, for a student to develop his intellectual abilities to the maximum, he must first establish a sound foundation of general knowledge. Even though it in- volves over two-thirds of the student enrollment, the General College does not have departments or faculty. Instead, it operates through the staffs of the Upper Colleges and is co-ordinated by Dean Thomas Sumner. Both personal and academic counseling are combined in a unique manner by the Office of Student Services. A full-time staff of counselors is available to all Gen- eral College students so they may be advised during their first two years of college. A well-balanced General College curriculum has been developed by experts in academic research and it now represents almost a half-century of planning and re- vising. Students with a background in the General Studies program are academically prepared to continue higher education. Nationally, the General College of Akron University is studied as an unusual and inter- esting program. D A Keister General Studies 76 ji 4 9 . r S I sf 1 'ln ' 1 .. if , li H. ' 'x -: -i 1-- ai 'E' .,.,V, 3,1 4 JE--.L if ,H ,fr EVENING CGLLEGE Last Spring the Evening College of the University celebrated its fiftieth anniversary, making it one of the three oldest evening schools in the nation. The Evening College is an extension of regular daytime college life on campus. Many of the daytime faculty members teach Evening College courses, so the calibre of work is identical. Mail registration was successfully handled for more than 7,000 evening students last Fall. That number includes students who want to gain University credits, but for financial reasons hold daytime jobs. lt also includes many people, young or old, who realize that they can gain promotions if they have additional col- lege education. Under the direction of Dean William Rogers, student services were increased, and now students are able to talk to advisers in the evening by appointment. Courses were not only added, but were also arranged in sequences so that evening students can enroll in classes that meet their degree requirements and prerequisites. Dean William A. Rogers CGMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL CGLLEGF The Community and Technical College, headed by Dean William Petry, has been characterized by rapid growth in all areas-its students, its faculty, and its programs. ln one year, the college's enrollment jumped 69fX,. This year Community and Technical students numbered 3,600, half of whom were enrolled in non- credit courses. The Community and Technical College offers spe- cialized vocationally oriented programs of study, less than four years duration, for the rapidly increasing number of high school graduates who feel the need for further, higher education, but who do not wish to obtain a four year Baccalaureate Degree. The addition of new programs in Commercial Art, Surveying and Construction, and Industrial Technology and Commerce brought the number of two-year Associate Degrees offered to eleven. The Associate Programs are designed to give the graduate concepts and skills that are in demand in today's commercial and industrial society. To meet the needs of the college, the increasing number of students has been matched by a constantly growing faculty. Q Ji' WEE -M' A F 'Al-,,--f ,Xb '. ,wr X I EQ! ,S ,.1 Aloysius E. Misko Associate Programs Joseph Latona Special Programs x x -N if -of' '-19' 79 G11 ,f :A s NM Sm 'i' 1870 THE ART 06' 'N A i gf Mlfg 'Q A741- L0 Q Hzaf- 3-:SF L'-J. -- .' 1. - lqca-gp:-uXw,..,. I , '-. M' , N -g1.- ,.4-2:4-f.. . ilf:-1-,. -1-' .f":'.'7:.K'Q . :fv ' . ....ff-::jx.g11-.1-Qin' v . -Q .4F.wg-2'i- ' kg-Q3-g.'-i? A-.--.,.',g,xx' -, - -,A.-,.- .h-L5 . - .-,aj V-',--s .- '-...y-1.-11. - g':.1:g- ...xp -- :.-4.5, vi. V. -1 -3' '- X 2.-ilk" -:SNL . :xx .. . 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'H' - -'- .Q '-.Q ..- - ,, , .-L, .. .IA- '.-,q,.- - - -a:-1.f,- -.iw -45' je 1' .1 -' gh?-.553 fin-,Fi 1. , -.f -C11-1. -i .... .4 .K-4.-4 li' 2:73 M ??' if v' .- I .x.,.-4.. . , ...J K 'Q 'QE if H li' ' The University Theatre opened the season with Sut- ton Vane's Outward Bound under the direction of Mr. Donald S. Varian. With the flurry of opening night, another year of student participation in all phases of play production was underway. Dr. James F. Dunlap directed the next play of the year, Cherry Orchard. The actors portrayed with skill Chekhov's drama of a Russian family forced from its home. As always, there was the drama backstage- weeks of preparation by the actors, the ever-present greasepaint, and all the excitement of attempting to transport an audience into a different era, into the lives and times of a playwrites work. All the lightning wit and biting satire of George Bernard Shaw's Candida was projected across the foot- lights of Kolbe Theatre. IVlr. Varian directed this third Theatre production of the year with a fine cast that performed well under his direction. The close of the Theatre season, which coincided with the University Fine Arts Festival, witnessed the use of a new interpretive medium. There are many tales so wide in scope and spanning vast periods of space and time that they cannot adequately be portrayed by stage settings. For Animal Farm, one of these tales, a reading was employed. This oldest, yet newest, form of dramatic entertainment was used by the twelve readers under the leadership of Director Dunlap. :Q I I N I 87 fl cite , X x . u n,,LT D ,Q ., V The Eighth Annual Fine Arts Festival was presented in the Spring. To stimulate Akron area residents' cul- tural interests the University presents the Festival each year. lt relates, to the general community, the Univer- sity's activities in the areas of art, drama, and music. ln the area of art, Mrs. Katharine Kuh, Art Editor for the Saturday Review, spoke on "How National is National Art." The exhibition of student art objects dis- played during the Festival, showing the wide range of work done in the Art Department, included design drawings, crafts, figure drawings, weaving, ceramics, and paintings. A reading of George Orwell's Animal Farm was pre- sented at University Theatre during the Festival. One of Theatre's five yearly productions, the reading proved to be a different and well-received medium of drama. The concert given at the Firestone Conservatory of Music consisted of performances by student musicians. Selections from Bach, Nlozart, and others were pre- sented on a wide range of instruments including the piano, violin, and flute. For the seventh consecutive year, the Akron Sym- phony Orchestra joined the University Singers for the Festival. Mr. Grant Johannesen, a pianist who has toured the Soviet Union and performed with the New York Philharmonic, was featured with the Orchestra and Chorus for the performance. l as 5 v 1 V - wi OfgSI,pxA 1870 Q EE 5 A gm 'V il 5 'SQ Q0 Y -ea ,Q .-yur i HGMECOMI G Q EE if 8. ', ,,.4 .' . - A nu - . .v 1 1--L . A 1- M , :ffl 4 K. t.,FF , HOMECOMING QUEEN qyyygffwzm 93 9 A. HOMECOMING COURT HOMECOMING COURT TAU KAPPA EPSI LON V?- J V , v C f R1 M V A L ff C 1 V f 'R 'QQ' ' " ,C f A V! f , VKL' Qi M HOMECOMING COURT MEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS 94 N g if ...I if ..,, ,, H ,, , ,- LV ,Lx A . 1 Fifi: Q . 1 EEEEE Y . rf, r . -V! HOMECOMING cRowNER l Y W - F A..A klgs - HOMECOMING coum' PI KAPPA EPsu.oN C cm C PHI KAPPA TAU 95 'v Ug Q ,H 91 'sr F U, . '. ff! 'J 13114,-!',!j. fri ,V fl 1 65,5 v:-, -- -qkhr' Q . Q ,flu- Nil:-..-" ..- -. .., ,.. Az, 0-V ' f .104-' ...-4. ........L. . Jx -M LMI, Q lu -n- W, Wie' 1 I -Q, .15-5,5 --M i, it is-.,. i -1 Q., ..,.s i -- 'N X -Q.-.""'-Q --.. ws. 'L-A-, ,Q ---. .. , , ..,b' '-. :Q-- +.:---- wh -..wg-..,, - i. gs -N, -i- -1-.W-gf q f f.. " iii! -.-. TEL-BUCH QUEEN WW1 "" lllll 11 : X XX ij X x in TELBUCH QUEEN ALPHA DELTA Pl 97 TEL-BUCH COURT 'A 1 ,F . ,A .5 . , ,lk N . 4 :I " ' 5 fail? V ' ,' SECOND ATTENDANT FIRST ATTENDANT SIGMA DELTA TAU DELTA GAMMA 98 TEL-BUCH KING 99 MAY QUEEN wx 36 fl . -w 1. ..'f l f 5 3 . MAY QUEEN YQKW 101 MAY COURT MAY COURT MAY COURT THETA PHI ALPHA DELTA GAMMA 102 MAY CROWNER ALPHA GAMMA DELTA I MAY COURT T' yi: r 14 ,N SX 10 M QQ 3 GREE SI1 Y H A 36 ' 'IA O f.4X 5 QR v K Bl - A 'f fv l'7fl'l- LQAZL O x ' 'Y' 44 E 5 4 1 f 2 2 E v. a Q 5 E a i L 1 x 11 .-' I' '- 11, :Z-' f .. , '- ,'- '."', r .' .' -' "3 -c' C -7 ' .' .f -"',' '.'f.f".-'4 '-,- .' .W n 'Tx " 'w"' 'Iii X4 "J.?'2'-' ' '-' I -.- "E 1 '."J-!I- 'HZ' 'rJZ-'1'-f'Z-"71:"3,-'TT-I2 . -ff' ""1-'Z-'LE?ffw:.'1W. S'f'fi-E1-"Gli52i.:I-5113135573i?'E1l .-' 'ISS wt.-"C'I:I':hTf!22'f7.' ' i 1.56 J- "'. 11"?5'Zx'1-F 105-vs, ?,'7'T,:b-11-x X' If QEI'l5:'QESl:51kP'Sf14:5 5'3"-I.'-3'f"'?57:'5"i'iEZ-:li O GFET OV AKQ N ww Q 0 x.-ffiws FW: if il-',,F S. Nc. -,1 I sq5aibl'f'f . N X C X 1 Q xA 1 . -s , .4 Q. P v' ffm .. 1, , .9 ,. I gh . . . "Stop the World, We Want to Sing" . . . sing they did . . . Songfest '65 saw the women of Alpha Gamma Delta sing their way to first place . . . their third consecutive year . . . the men of Phi Kappa Tau joined them in the top position . . . their "Coney Island Baby" sung with deep, har- monious voices . . . the perennial emcee Nlr. Dudley Johnson . . , his usual witticisms and running com- mentary. . . and to make the evening complete-the graceful, talented duo of Lombardi and Madick with their ballet rendition . . . L ,aa K ' 'Q Xa: Kenny Goore President Harold Rosenblatt Vice President 'Str' 4A . E Stewart Aberte Brian Casull 6 .- 1 Alan Gottesman Gary Kammer ALPHA EP ILO PI Marc Dwoskin Secretary yn N .l 35 Robert Kessler Treasurer Stan Aronson l 2 fs: l 'iv Y? ' s. Peter Chapin N 5- 1'- Nlck George David King Blll Aronson we - 9- , Steven Cohen Elliot Greenberg Paul Klewans Theta Deuteron The men of Alpha Epsilon Pi began the spring se- mester when they broke ground for their new fraternity house. Later in the year the brothers held their Spring Weekend which began with a Friday-evening hayride, continued Saturday with a trip to Cleveland and a cruise on the boat "The Goodtime ll," and ended on Sunday with a barbecue picnic and canoeing at Bob's Lake. They also held their annual all-campus Bagel Day and crowned a coed as "Miss National Bagel." Each year Alpha Epsilon Pi nationally has set aside one Sunday when each chapter collects donations which are given to the Jewish Welfare Fund. Some achievements of chapter members included the IFC treasurer, Outstanding Greek Man, one A-Key and three Who's Who recipients, and three varsity soc- cer players. 14 Jay Dinhofer Dale Frost Joel Goodman Mike G0rd0I'l f L, ' Q Q - ,V sf f- Louis Handler Doug Hartnagel Eli Jacobson if 9 , cf' . 'V Q Myron Grinberg Mark Koltnow AndY KYOUSS Ed Lasoff David Leubitz , bi Gary Levin Flip Liebllng C! !Q L hr Lou Mermelstein Q 5- R h Fred Pines fi- 1. ri- Geoffrey Rose .F, 'Q -' X Bernie Rubinstein lla-I. U- E' Richard Sherman Hilton Stein Lawrence Lewis u nn in "" , Y Lawrence Lizzack Lewis Ochs ' 'R I Richard Reingold Dale Rosenblum Richard Schaeffer OI iw .-. Chris Smith I gf! I .. .4 V .14 E3 L 'Sf K I xk 'ra ,- 54 - cr "' N .. 5 I' ' L Stephen Wright Mike Zalob Steve Zimmerman Lary Zucker 109 ALPHA PHI ALPHA lpha Tau This year Alpha Phi Alpha was host for the fraternity's . s Mid-West Regional Convention held at the Sheraton Ho- X tel. Highlighting the Convention was the presence of the s national pre-sident. On the scholastic scene, Alpha Tau chapter was awarded the inter-fraternity scholastic im- provement award for the spring semester of 1965. L' . Lam, Vinum During the year, the brothers participated in intra- President mural track and volleyball. During Greek Week they won second place for their Greek-Week Skit. P The Alpha Phi's service project was working with the Akron-Summit Tutorial Project. Here the brothers worked with the poor and underprivileged, serving as both teacher and friend to help younger students to- ward better scholastic achievements. They also had a college study program where Alpha Phis were matched Gladys Matthews with interested students to give the students help in Sweetheart weak subjects. This program began last year and was open to all interested college students. i - 4 1 ' Gb E X f Roy Crite Burton Jones Darrinton Seals Alvin Smith l 110 PHI SIGMA KAPPA Eta Triton The main event of the year for the Phi Sigma Kappa was completion of a new S250,000 fraternity house which houses forty-four men. Phi Sigma Kappas began what they hope to establish as a tradition by initiating the first Runway Dance. It was held after the Acme-Zip Game at the Akron Munici- pal Airport. Proceeds were given to the Cerebral Palsy Foundation. One Saturday, the Phi Sigs went to the Sum- mit County Receiving Hospital and helped move its library to a different location. The brothers won third place in scholarship for the Spring semester of 1965. Moving to another phase of scholarship, the captain and an alternate of the College Bowl Team were both Phi Sigs. Phi Sigma Kappas who contributed to campus activi- ties included two members of Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Sigma Alpha, and the Arnold Air Society: one member of Phi Sigma Alpha, and the WAUP-FM chief engineer. V -es Dennis Brinton 4. Q l Steven Johnson j f . U ., Ac . C Ken Matheny 111 ,Q 5, I EJ F W TTY! . 02, smaastveff. 'ff',,,g...fi, ,.,, -WU :-. Richard Howiler s Karl Ka ranton s ,il A 'J' s Don Reighard Qi ' 5,5 James Lisic President 4 pri" .4 Richard Zeis Treasurer .vm V H ll LA f .f ' H ' , ' l l i l . Donald Dressler Secretary Hank Jarozewski in is Tom Mahan Russell Wilson 0 - B- Q.. , As Nick Creme President ' i .4-K" wb I5 Ron Stone Vice President -Qs ,ef-' Clifford Brown Secretary 6' ti Don Martell Treasurer , -Lf Barb Mancino Sweetheart wi l Steve Cissne Ed Feldman 9 if Gary Davisson bf .-Q .1-v Bruce Fike 4' Q' ., -'Er 9 Bill Ashcraft Mark Auburn Shelton Barlette Larry Baughman Paul Bechwith LQ ,I PQ!! - X 'I' . - X - -4, , ' , E-' A 6 'vt "' . xy ' Thomas Bell Paul Bonardi Gerald Buetsch Frank Burnett Patrick Cabe LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Gamma Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha was host for the fraternity Con- clave this year. Six states and one hundred brothers were represented at the convention which included national officers as speakers. A dance at the Akron Tower Motor Inn with the Crescent Queen chosen con- cluded weekend activities. The brothers were also host at a luncheon in the fraternity house for Miss U.S.A., Sue Ann Downey. Traditional events held by the Lambda Chis were the Watermelon Bust Open House, Hallowe'en Party, Mattress Party, and the all day Woodchoppers Ball. This year the brothers held an all-campus raffle for a Spring vacation trip to Florida. Lambda Chi Alphas who were active on campus in- cluded the president of IFC, secretary of the Senior Class, Student Council members, one A-Key winner, one ODK member, three members of Phi Eta Sigma, and two wrestling team members. They also added a new trophy to their trophy case this year when they placed second in Songfest. G- ,- .. 4 I 7 1 . ,V A David Devore David Donaldson Marion Dorazewski Ed Erbe 6 9' 1? D 95 X Klaus Fischer Bill Flick Gary Freed Robert Heston 112 1 60 lf James Carazola eq ' 'ill 'X Jim Carlin 6- - I Don Castle D v if Wade Farmer Dan Howard Charles Inama QQ L .A on Ray Koontz 1 , W, . A..- Bob Leonard I 6 frm Q , lk William Lockhart GH: James Jones Qi William Krosky bl i Bruce Lessley ... l Mike Melvin ge.- E-' Thomas Crashan R r, B Merle Pheasant X 51. Bill Otta is 5' 'l David Phelps ..- NAA -443- 113 5- Rick Meyer 't 'A V V '1' William Nagy gf B ill Petra rca Robert Pollock Gary Rossi 5 l t r Q "T , 1- Lynn Ryland . ..,,., Carl Trownson l na 6' ,J Jim Turner r' ? ' . 5 N P James Monsch Jim Nardell 2 I Jim Petruccio 2 Q52 s Alex Radin to . ,-V' Bob Rutan urn Y wr Chris Schoch Us l Ray Tunelius .WFS Hr Gary Wagoner i ig C: P K Q Xl i J ll I I ' is ' Steve-Black Gerald Gehringer Lou Seiler Richard Johnson Judy Miller President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sweetheart PHI DELTA THETA .T -ss- 3 Charles Bates ,M -J' i i x Charles Christie 6 7 1 Marvin Beal i David Clegg Dave Fisher i W , Z Garry Garrison Jim Guarino Jack Harpool C on , 3 hio Epsilon Bill Anthony Tim Ashton . E , 'FL' 1. 15' , FL ' Ji? K .Y-' i -:f Bob Berry Dennis Blaser Paul Boggs John Burson Tom Cargo - - ' ' sf James Coleman Jim Ford G ii Tom Gower in Q. Roger Hagstrom Jim Heinisch John Costello Bob Davies Tim Enright Jim Fish This year Phi Delta Theta had two philanthropic proj- ects. One Saturday during the Fall semester the mem- bers held an "Operation Handshake". They were big brothers to a group of boys from the Nlohican Youth Camp. The boys played a basketball game with the Phi Delts, had supper at the fraternity house and spent the evening watching an AU home basketball game. They also took time off from school activities in the spring to help clean up Camp Y-Noah- Big dates on the Phi Delt calendar were the Love Feast-the annual active chapter-alumni club good will party-the New Year's Eve Formal, Phi Delt-Lone Star party, and the "Good Ship Phi" Open House where decorations and publicity were carried out in a nautical theme. Ohio Epsilon chapter won the All-Sports trophy. To receive this the members won first places in intramural volleyball, wrestling, and swimming, and second places in baseball and basketball. Active Phi Delta Theta members included the presi- dent of Channing Club, vice-president of the Senior Class, treasurer and three members of Student Council, two ODK members, eight members of Phi Eta Sigma, and three A-Key and four Who's Who recipients. - . -,.- F131- I-sun ,ae G C, Art Reiss . ,Q- fr r 1 James Smith 'Q-n bf. Ye- Peter Toto ps b' 6 Rex Rhinesmith Q-' NT Richard Sooy John Volk k- Jw 5, L 'Ziff'-f' .-lg . - Wfafjp 49 , 5' l Q l , A li. IEW Liu har ,, John Robishaw Fred Sturm i Richard Volpe K. 'L-ii X QA F , ,. Bob Heydorn Steve Kiltau liz 9 0 m '2 3 2 5. ar 5. gf. .nf 7. , ' , I . Bob Nilsen ,rl 4 Jim Patrick , fl Bob Krueger Q' 5 gf- ir Dennis Labbe nr 5 Ted Mallo i Bob Oldham Q U .gf Sandy Poinar Sam Romosca Terrance Ryan Larry Taylor .gd 'Q' .-v 1 K Jim wening 115 S!! Alan Teran Elf Dick Williams in :,,. - 72:4 Jack Jones 6 I yn Y John Lombardo ai iv 1 "alll P ' Charles Mellor 2 wx' Frank Otterman an J George Porosky B- , igv Fred Schuster Roger Terry N 4 Jon Wurgler John Karaiskos Bob Madick be. i ex. Greg Movsesian 1 John Palmer fr, gl, George Prough Eddie Serrano D 5. 6 Edward Tokar x.. Q 3 , -F . :s '- E ' ' 5 lg:-fi, r Ronald Yale l X - K - Carl Badalich Bob Beard 41' 4 K is ,fl Scott Brown v"f', in Qg Tom Childs , I' 1 , 7 - James Cotterman 2 l ,R ,M -. r , I B ru ce Freese Dennis Hoskins David Bauer 3 Jeff Bell -ZR T v, John Burnley , 'M "f ?: mf ' E Frank Clark fr-' , 4 x Dick Crislip 1 . 'Q ww. Bob Fulton x,- A . Z. B James Johnson 6' I , W - at . ar' lv 0' xf' N1 I H 4 IL vb X ' - J I W- E Richard Watson Bill Sloat John Roe Chuck Scar Mary Ann Munka President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Dream Girl PHI KAPPA TA Alpha Phi G- -1 W John Bohyer F' s s- 'bw Jerry Callen ,'s. . Q. din Eugene Clayton '37 ' 'Gb 1,7 ' s 72-4 Robert Dickerson Richard Etter 6 F Otto Gearhart Tom Geraci 4- Z. , . 1 I Gary Kimble Dick Lombardi 116 4- H .jp J? Q '1" Bob Fagerlin F D- Doug Grueder Wh.. -. Scott Lyons M 9 3 Jim Falanga Jim Hickman 'Q' 4 u Roy Maior Sv. ,4- E' Jim Freeland Barry Hofer Pat McArclle x V . Q9 ' j :gg 5 'wr N g, ' , v 1 3 Y' E 4 l ' is Jim McKinley Jim McNeil Ted Messner Scott Meyer Rick Mullins Walter Munroe R fs I. nw ,P Q' A ' A' 1 hvx , N, b so t..,! h 'Il 1 , it 1 J. Doug Nodine Dan Norris Tim Ochsenhirt Mike Oleksuk Jim Olson Don Patterson . f ' 9. 4 Qs Y , 1 M, if I 1 b' 'I 1 r, Bill Price Bill Przytula David Remark Jay Ruble Wayne Rusnak , ,.. S l aa W gg r a 'T' 'Q 5 'l uf- a I Doug Schray Jeff Schwall John Shuff Bill Stashkiw 5 :K j. ' ' Q' J V hh' Barry Sykes Jerry Talbert David Tatman Dennis Thomson Phi Kappa Tau was represented in every phase of campus life with a dynamic membership and better participation than ever. The Fall semester saw them boast seven members of the football team, including the outstanding Touchdown Club lineman. When De- cember came, the members turned to singing and won first place in Songfest. The Dream Girl Banquet and Formal, with Mary Ann Munka chosen as Dream Girl, highlighted the social season for the Phi Tau's. Other activities included a Parents' Night Dinner, Warrior Weekend and the annual Mattie Hall Party. On a Sunday afternoon in May, as their major ser- vice project, Alpha Phi chapter took orphans from the Sunnyside Home to a baseball game in Cleveland. The brothers also participated in "Project Work" for the Summit County Receiving Hospital. Individuals representing the fraternity in campus activities included the presidents of ODK, Finance Club, Junior Class, and Beta Delta Psig the vice-presi- dent of Student Council, editor of the 1966 TEL-BUCH: and TEL-BUCH King. 117 xl sr Don Varian Bob Weirath John Haas l Don Walker Ron Weninger Gary Hallman fo Ronald Nelson at-N '- ' Tom Phillips is 5 Jim Sandberg ,- Bw .j -V Q9 in -15-I Walt Stashkiw L' Douglas Thomson as x Bob Waters S 6' I li Paul Wetshtein E YL' Milt Kroah cw ri .- C sf f- - 1 . J if H 1: Q: -5:5 2- ' hw K l - . ,ngjfegkfrx Denny Adkins Kenny Bachmann Joe Burger Frank Cianciola Bill Considine Dennis Cookro PI KAPPA EP ILO Lone Star Pi Kappa Epsilon, Lone Star, worked with Delta Gamma sorority to present an all-campus dance, the Hobo Hop, and donated the proceeds to the Summit County Home for the Blind. The fraternity participated in the intramural athletic contests and won first place in both baseball and bas- ketball. One of the members also won first place in wrestling at a match held in Cleveland. Social functions for the brothers included their Winter Formal, hayrides, various house parties, and their annual Open House. They were also proud to have their candidate chosen as Queen's crowner at Homecoming. Outstanding Pi Kappa Epsilon members who partici- pated in extracurricular activities included the presi- Tom Floyd Bob Donatelli Ange Fortunato Neil Griffin . . . Q ,, dents of Student Council and the Senior Class, chair- ," man of the Student Center, two members of ODK, two l A-Key recipients, four Student Council members, and two freshmen counselors. Dan Hammontree Mike Hudkins Dan Johnson A G Cx 9 1- fix. 7 f za' John Keel Joe Kovalcik John Kukta Rick Leidal Frank Lettieri Terry McCollum 118 Bill Cummins .ft bi - . v Jim Endress W L' 6 X1 A Dwight Greer Pete Guthrie Dick Jebber TMC .' xr. X John Kane Mike McGuckin K3-,Z M Q bd A Q' I, I 1 'Q N in -: uf.. ' Arr s I 1 ' ' 55.- Ralph Gault Pat Watck Harold Ruppel Mike Burns Nancy Pullo President Vice Presldent Secretary Treasurer Sweetheart .rw John Murawski I 1? , vb- ,,..- 'qv c L: U' 'T' ' 'X 'aim x , , l I Jack Nichols tw Dean Stout Dave Pea rce .EL Carl Suiter l Ange Natoli 4- 415 in '6- 1. ' .f- ? Bill Penotte Larry Pribonic l 1 X K'-" s. Fred Mosser ' 49 'C F' Charles Nash 97 sr , ,I xt Joe Natoli Gerald Prlnzo Bob Schwartz 'U' Bob Tobias James Viall James West James Whited 119 Burke Stephens A ss. D' Q? ' 11 George Ziemba :al- Dennis Benson l 'sv E' Dale Goodrich f C EBV Rick Lash 4-" ki Ronald Black A Q 1' John Gurley ,lg fix, --if Dennis Lammlein K" . 'E-f. X V SQ' rf- Gerald Cafarelli l Keith Hockman Sam Landers Y.. A I . ,fl H X Q faq ,L ' 4, att! 5, I1 I ':' 6 :I . Kenneth Dickey David Feathers Lawrence Fergus Reinhard Golz 5 " g 0 ar ' 9 -Z-1 f AA 5 Harvey Jackson Andy January Irv Korman Bill Krutz V 4, vi X 'Q . 3 4 6' l is Br, S 2 'ff 1 Lee Manes Ted Marra Douglas McElroy Jeff Miller 4 nrqnuuuu I .9 , W w" in ' ..-y. '6 5 Xlll .,'...-...., :Xu , 1l'Slf4.'4".v' iRiif53i.a'?W'- - YE ' 3331, 5 1' LUl511'bQ.'ff-' 'Mil 'Nfl f AJ. .' ,R ia Sli will ' item, l .!'-xK::g5 'iwt QA Mig.--gil' , L, ,A'-:legal--'1i.-1--Q ga Kr iw,-x ?l,s.li!'i:y-Alwlf' . H mu, Ag! 1, -.,gf.-.f,,:,y iw-'.,'1,li5i :' .z. jj .iill'k:,l i ,' ,, '-: , 'E-V9.3 M 451- , 55. . 'ii f .ll . . itWgffwllliifivglllglllllillllllllllllfgzlffliiSill , .J L Li. ' r- - L 'fc-5 -. i.,,, A -- -gi '- A ' L5,1- 3.11-' ,flu Iili r f , H 4 lt:-1.4-:-0... 120 ia., Gary Williams James Lacy Bill Chester Charles Stull President Vice President Secretary Treasurer IG API In their first Fall semester on campus, the men of Sigma Pi made their presence known immediately. They won the Fall semester All-Campus Blood Drive. Sigma Pi's candidate, Peggy Forman, was chosen as the 1965 AU Homecoming Queen. The brothers, work- ing with the Children's Home, hosted twenty young boys at dinner and an AU home basketball game. They also held their first "Car Smash" with proceeds going to the Children's Home. Highlights of the Spring semester included the ac- quisition and renovation of their first fraternity house. Sigma Pi had their first Founders' Day program at the Firestone Country Club. Sigma Pi held their first an- nual Orchid Ball and Banquet at Nick Yanko's and Stan Hywet Hall. At the Ball, their president crowned the Orchid Queen, who was selected from the coeds who attended the Ball. Sigma Pi also won the All-Cam- pus Blood Drive for the second consecutive semester. Individuals representing the fraternity in campus honoraries are three members in Phi Eta Sigma, two members in Pi Epsilon Delta, and one member each in Phi Sigma Alpha and Psi Chi. Colony A ' V. . ga-L" 4 tb 'Jf' K Rick Monsell I' se-A Tom Noall 6 , Q Mark Palomaki as, .6-N T' Dennis Schafer f. -lvl-" 1, Ed Stillwell W U ' f l 1 -::.-1, I ki i t A 1324' J JDhh Tillett if ,- if Richard Mungo 5 N ,ev 'ii -L' Larry Oleiarski .6-A l J John Pinto r, Bob Sparhawk ..-' iglq AIA Homer Stine 6545! H- .., Roger Valentine , fs ii- 4-. 1: 'C Cv -c' ii Ron Orndorf S1 , - , s. . V 1 Gregory Polyak si 1 V it v sf Kenneth Stephen 6 . i i. John Swenson su " X James Vogt S- Ronald Warley John Willey Ron Witt QQ' l Russ Anderson Allan Bernier an bf 'ff Frank Burditt 4. ,. Joseph Connor ,qi -Q , al Gerald Davis 9' ' 'S Denny Galford TAU Denny Ba rtek Robert Boetger David Chapman Q 'LY - -4 , 1 -4 .K X ' ff' G-f' faq' ax, 4. A v I 5 Ray Cummings Steve Nerneth Larry Shirk Art Hertzi Kathy Gray President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sweetheart APPA EPSILO Q 6 ev 'uv L John Berger BC- hr Dan Buie Tim Coleridge 42 '-7 is ,- th A Thomas Daley William Dirrig V . N '. AJ 1 . . J' ' ' 1 - N . L, , LH, Floyd Glisson Alex Darago .9 4' of an Avery Dover '-6? . 6+ ' 1 Roger Grecni Beta Rho Immediately following Mid-Term exams, Tau Kappa Epsilon held Tekequacade in the Memorial Hall Pool. Each sorority participated in the swimming activities. Other activities during the year included a Hallowe'en party held at the fraternity house, and a Winter and Spring Formal. Once each year, the Tekes have a Public Service Weekend. This year they helped with the Spring clean- up of the Children's Hospital Sunshine Camp. Tau Kappa Epsilon won second place in scholarship for the Spring semester of 1965, and also added a trophy for third place in Songfest to their collection. Individual members active outside of the fraternity included a member of both the Student Council and SCPBQ two members of ODK and Sigma Tau: the secre- tary of IFC: president of the Young Democrats Club, and members of Scabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Soci- ety, Pershing Rifles, and AUSA- it . J F- f" 'Nl K, N r, s 9 . g. 122 P- 1 Ronald Hall 'sn cr- ' 1' , 1? .. Charlie Huettner if 'un 1,...,.. David Long 9 Q 0- " Roger Molnar vw" i ' in AT Louis Heck l al- im., . John Hughey Bill Lowrey qi Q- '3- Robert Neely Brian Hoffman 6-1 l.- Bob Hysell all 4 '. If 1' -.f Tom Maguire K' Bob Nettles , T7 x Jeff Hoffman 0 .3 44 3 Hugh Kenzel as Andy Marhevsky AL B' 25' Veijo Panu 1 K 3' 123 2 , 1 nn- 1,-'L E ...ff Bud Hollingsworth Larry Hornacek X z at ' S' Duane Kessler ui 9 Bob Mathis Rocco Papalio 4 James Peroli Q 9 . 5- -er Ted Scardamalia B- Walt Seiberling Q4 5- Mike Stastny HZ Walter Kulyk 2 .4 Jim McElroy gf, .N rv Hx Bob Paulsen John Rodgers f. - r Th' Fred Scherer -x Bk Mike Semenec Robert Stevens - MW Ar h Bob Howieson 'ES' 5- . x" Frank Lobello 3 41 B- -... , Bob McKnight fin Louis Peca I James Rolland Howard Schlitt ,T G' 'L Kurt Smith 'F l ,. - John Turbak . F N, K I 1 F S Rick Adante 9 el , ,V 1 2: Ed Cervenak A Mike Drapcho as 4 my r 1' Dave Hendershot Bill Keevan Y G:- ' s- ? ' Pat Lawless Michael Huryn President I I B, ,V bf R is X William Bamler Jim Barrett N5 ik' N ll- . Q A is ' . e w 1, Dave Ciborek Bruce Coletta -F ' 5' 0 5, .N Cary Frankel Jim Goehler i' ' Bo Hilt David Ingle ., Q, ag 4, gl F 'f 1 A i t I Paul King Gene Kirgesner -an r 6 V lr TI' 1 - Larry Long Jim Martell -fr . 'ff' HS Ed Riegler Dan Walters Secretary Treasurer I Q 'ir '::, Dan Boucher Qs 1 . Y Ed Corvington vs- K. Bin coodlet 5- ' - Allen Jarr Bernard Labbe Paul McKee X L el Beverly Floutz Sweetheart 124 Sl 47 d : -'14 - - . K ,. Ed Brown Gard Buzard Frank Ceglar J an G Q Q .. B k H .EL 1 2 ' A A t I Frank Crampton Vince DeLuca Joe Donatone 1? Mike Mutascio if 5- . John Ravenscroft Don Shipman C' David Smith A -9' -. 'mt P1 Terry Snider ' 1 A Udo Stillmayer 1: X an Bill Thompson John Oddo N any gulf 4K4 Q- ix ba- x' B' 55 x ' x at Rich Parker Paul Paxton Jerry Pecko Steve Postich Bob Prarat q"'v-1-7 Q Et 5 g Aw , Darrell Rogerson Art Scarpitti Erich Schmid Roy Schoenhaar Robert Scott Chuck Sgro 4 if T HETA CHI T... Beta Lambda The men of Theta Chi have been known particularly for their tradition of serenading the new sorority pledges on the night of Fall pledging. The girls were serenaded by torchlight with the Theta Chi Sweet- heart Song, and each new pledge was given a red Tom Steel carnation, the fraternity flower. Members of Beta Lambda chapter who participated in campus activities were the vice-president of the Junior Class, Homecoming co-chairman, five members of Student Council, and a top-ten pledge. During the Fall semester, the Theta Chis held their Wine Festival. The brothers dressed in Roman cos- tumes and the bartenders were dressed as winemakers. Roger snobie Campus entertaining also took the form of an annual Southern Hospitality Open House Tea. Members of each sorority helped serve as the Southern theme was carried out. At Christmas, the Theta Chis and Alpha Delta Pi sorority held a party for the orphans at the Children's Home. The party, with games and refreshments, was held at the fraternity house. Denny Testa K- A ' X 4, - Q1 Skip Ulrich Dennis Vezzani William Voinov Jim Vuduris Bob Yasenka Dave Yasenka 125 l GREEK WEEK 0l,U'0Ej EEii E ow? E535 , ,Y , u . . . "Meet the Greeks" . . . a week of varied activities-old favorites and some new ideas . . . the Carnival . . . games, raffles, and pledges- the poor pledges . . . a co-ed basket- ball game . . . with the fraternities slightly handicapped, of course . . . later the Greek skits . . . togas and Pandora . . . another successful blood drive for the Red Cross . . . a week rounded out by the rousing concert of the New Christy Minstrels and a dance . . . greeks . . . greeks . . . greeks . . . 127 . . . sorority women . . . Greeks . . . the exciting, exhausting, wonderful round of parties . . . from the first open houses through bermuda and theme parties . . . with formal des- serts the final decision had to be made . . . Tuesday morning-bid lists and preference cards . . . a long, tense, and often doubtful day . . . 5 p.m .... more waiting . . . at last-bids! . . . screams, tears of joy . . . the rush to the houses to meet new sisters . . . another Fall pledging . . . xxx' , Joanne Campbell President Shirley Hannah Vice President fs Q Gladys Matthews Secreta ry an I Rachel Brown Treasurer ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Delta Pi Delta Pi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha had a suc- cessful year on campus. They won second place in Songfest, and for Greek Week worked with Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity to win second place in the Greek Week Skits. The chairman of the senior women's breakfast was an AKA. Among members' annual events were the Mother- Daughter Tea, Founder's Day Tea, and the Memorial Day Picnic held at the close of the school year. Their regional convention was held during April in Akron. Twenty chapters attended and it was held jointly with Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Speaking at the convention were the national vice-president and undergraduate program director. The undergraduate chapter's service project was raising money to benefit sickle-cell anemia victims. L . , Jean Carver President J A ,,,..,, ,.s. A l J H Candy Arnold Shirley Cappy Joyce Hardy Susie Finkle Vice President F Kathy Babich Cathy Cincurak ' Sandy Heath 1 Q O' i it Patti Protheroe Secretary 0 , A bf :iff Marge Baltayan .. -x I, Sheila Danilov Sallie Hickman V, ,,v.q-F , 4 in r Lockey Allen Treasurer Bev Bickey Alana Fitzpatrick Linda Hofle q. Div f H. rv Bill Price Alpha Gam Man Julia Buida Pam Gilbride Kathy Horrigan uv- 5 Annabella Buzzelli Lois Harb P X- qi Jiliixxll A Marilyn Horvath Donna Campisi Karen Hardy S 1 f Kathy Jacobs .aw 'xl .ri 7-uv iii av 5? 1" 11'- 71 if t-' N, li, - A, frm Ns. e, H 1'Ilf'- J'-lu., L .W Q 'fi ii 'S LJ, Reta Jaeger Cindy Jones Sandy Jones Andy Jurich Elaine Keith Anne Kemper Sue Kernan 130 Judy Kinnan Madeline Kuhn Cheryl Lipari Linda Luxon Hannah Marshall Carol Mascolo ALPHA GAMMA DELTA mega Members of Alpha Gamma Delta joined with Phi Delta Theta fraternity to hold a Christmas party for children afflicted with cerebral palsy. The Alpha Gams also sold Easter candy to benefit their philanthropic project. The pledge class planned an annual all-campus St. Pat's Tea, carrying out the proper lrish theme. On the list of social activities were the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, the Christmas Formal with Bill Price chosen as the Alpha Gam Man, and the Big Sis-Little Sis Sunday breakfast. Alpha Gamma Delta accepted the first place award for Songfest competition for the third consecutive year. They also won first place with Theta Chi fraternity in the Greek Week Ugly Man contest. The Homecoming Crowner, was also an Alpha Gam. Campus leaders answering roll call at the AGD house include the presidents of YWCA and Alpha Lambda Deltag secretary of Student Council and YWCA: three cheerleaders and two A-Key and Who's Who re- cipients- One Angel Flight member, two ROTC sponsors, and six freshmen counselors are also Alpha Gams. Jackie Patti Norma policy . Anita Schiavone Kathy Sykes Nanci Scofido Debbie Van Meter Linda Wilcox Joyce Wise 131 ,ly L17 if Q Rev Xxi Judy Miner k- N "l J Eg . Kathy Morris Shelly Oakman g YS' iiiiiii' . Nancy Ricca Barbara Shai Marianne Wolford 5 Pat McKiernan Jenny Miller i .Lua .ar Mickie Minko ,. ps Sandi Murgul Kathy Palmer if Jean Sandy Denise Van Doros Nancy Woodruff A 3.6 1, lid' V 1 1:95 '-. -'ju - .1 Mary Adams M A Elaine Bullock G in -3- 1 1 Carol Dukeman 6 if Martha Garlando Pam Hesel 0. Marianne Kilgore ,J- s Elaine MacGregor 132 Dianne Beltram il Billie Casanova JoAnna Dupay 4. T! Dotty Ga sper Peggy Jarozewski Carol Koneff "1..,!,.- 1 Pat Mackey Diane Benfield 1 0 L .,1,, Diane Da nco Barbara Fanelly 6,1 1 1 I .l Karen Gray 4. B -ca . Linda Jenkins Betty Kutuchief bv sa 1 Pam Maier Sharon Borner Lina Derry f Janet Farkas Q Kathy Gray 6 x -S Nancy Jones Cheryl Lucchesi " ""l Maureen Maxwell i Janice Mohler Beth Moore Lynne Murphy Judy Musch Pam Pshios Sue Salhaney Judy Savick Carol Scott f ' N f- A ' V 7 ' nf' 6- . ' ' N ' A : to -t i. D Kathy Kline Phyllis Make Lorna Juegel Carol Motz President Vice President Treasurer Secretary ALPHA DELTA PI Beta Tau Alpha Delta Pi members are shining trophies earned this year for the Tel-Buch Queen, first place in the SCPB pool tournament, second place in scholarship, and third place in Songfest. At Christmas, the ADPis and Theta Chi fraternity held a party for the orphans from the Children's Home with games and refreshments. The members also gathered for a Christmas Formal, Mother and Daughter Banquet, and the ADPi "Pops" Dinner for their fathers. State Day was held at Canton, Ohio, in April. At that time their grand president pre- sented Beta Tau chapter with the Outstanding Chapter and Alumni award. Campus leaders wearing the ADPi diamond are the Panhellenic and SNEA presidents, secretary of Alpha Lambda Delta and Mortar Board, and SNEA treasurer. Other outstanding members include five ROTC sponsors and seven Angel Flight members, five Who's Who mem- bers and three members of the SCPB. 133 Sue Nettling Sara Sharp Janet Pavich Nicki Polites Carol Shell Marcia Snyder 62 Carol Strezoff Pat Taylor Rita Vargo Becky Vorderman Betty Zager QV' Emily Akins Ginger Dieringer V6 G, Janet Hagstrom --.,, A 'il Holly Hoffman Kathie Lecon as Wu C' 'CJ' Sue Dieringer Carol Johnson Barbara Hickman Janice Andrews President Vice President Rush Chairman Treasurer DELTA GAMMA Eta Esta Barker Susan Beals Genie Bender Linda Cadmus Gail Celano Freda Dye Christine Friess Jill Garver Sandy Gates Helen Gerber -,, ,, 3-I Y If -' sh' 134 John Roe Anchor Man An. hi Q- Ai Neva Adamson Linda Dain JoAnne Guzzetta Janet Hileman f x I 1 1 P Cheryl Keedy Judy Menkel Susan Meyer Pat Michalec Carol Miller an ' i A Mary Ann Munka Barbara Nagy Judy Otto Sharon Scheid M. Schroeder Connie Simmons Linda Simmons Diane Simonetti Jane Smith Each year the Delta Gammas have worked with Lone Star fraternity to sponsor their "Hobo Hop" for the benefit of the Summit County Home for the Blind. Christmas carolling was also done by both groups at the Home. . , , Xb ,Q an im N wtf., Q, I'vs"3.,?au? 6 iw 551399. .sei M' I Ros l nd Sm th Mary Stitz Mary Tomc'k Cheryl Vereshack Heading the social calendar were the Christmas Formal and the Goldiggers' Dance, at which time the DG's Anchor Man was chosen. On Dad's Night, the DGs took their fathers to an AU home basketball game and returned to the house for a party. Other activities were the Mother-Daughter Banquet, and their Founders' Day held at Stan Hywet. Before Easter vaca- tion the Delta Gammas also held their "Let's Go to Florida" Open House. Active wearers of the anchor included vice-presi- dents of the Physical Education Club, ACE, and FSA, secretaries of SNEA and ACE, associate editor of Tel- Buch: nine ROTC and one Angel Flight members, and one A-Key and two Who's Who recipients. Eta chapter members were also proud of the three best-dressed campus coeds and three Tel-Buch finalists. Linda Vereshack Judy Walko Jocelyn Yee if i ' .227 'i Q M x N .... ,y K Kathy.Miller Carolyn Weegar Barbara Sommers Ruth Hennessy President Vice President Secretary Treasurer KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Ns-E 1 Mary Bader 2 H X , x-FV . l l Linda Clark bb 1 .' .ix Linda Hart MV Gail Andrews D , f,. gx A X l - Sue Elmer MXN Marianne Hull if Lambda Nw X'lhlX'l xN 1 LN lrlx .s .J XV, 1 ii , Francy Berschette Elinor Best Vicki Botz Ginny Cheslock Jolene Clark Lg ,. - -- V, 6: ,t . In . , N' -4 -r' 'il V Linda Ely Beverly Floutz Judy Geisinger Laura Gulbis Mary Hannacker Kappa Kappa Gamma began the social calendar after Fall pledging with a traditional dessert with Theta Chi fraternity. Founder's Day saw members entertaining visiting alumni. Before Christmas vacation, they held their all-campus Christmas Tea, following through with the Christmas theme with a tree and traditional decora- tions. Not only does Lambda chapter stress social life, but also scholarship. Members placed first among the ten sororities in scholarship. Giving scholarships to deserv- ing foreign students and also contributing to further research in Speech Therapy are their service projects. Campus activities of the Kappas included the posi- tions of presidents of Mortar Board and Lambda Pi, Sec.-Treas. of the Spanish Club, Buchtelite feature writer, Angel Flight officers, two cheerleaders, six Stu- dent Council members, and a Dormitory Adviser. HY if j 9 V 2 f . I . . - j fe: -L- -. J ,Z ' X t - , V f ' L . ,L .Q Xl v L . if ' ix Mary Ann Carol lnama Jenifer Juve Rita Kasapis Linda Kelleher lacomini 136 nggaw , 'A xx Y Kris Keplinger 5 5-'f pf' Pat Leighton Kathy Linnane XXV Leslie Long Donna Maleson if. lx'-1' v 'li L.- 4 Sharon Quirk I i fr-wr I ' Nix -Z7 be WL ' f a -' K I Linda Terril' Jean Wolf .14-,fix y f Carole Kotrick X x , Pat Leonard I l 9, vj Angela Lobello L - -1 I ull' 1 . Weltha Mackey az 1 f Barbara Mancinc va- F4 . 'av . N . Y Candy Richards I Jean Thomas Rosemary Zemla my 5 Uv, QV: - t 'L We S -S l5 :a ' 'I , .veil , J 'J a ,A -K A ..i if Vivv V e - 4 . ' V . V 2' fl S ' if l - .L f N ' I A - P -' .w I .l X L, 1 of 1 re, -,gn Q EQT 5 z M. L7 ,ug ' A2 2545 ir Ein! N5 '- ,,..v'L""' 9 ax j, 44, . V ,, " 'N L ' 1 Mickie Metz V . If , M.. 4 Cheryl Russell lj, r Pat Traub NA. Y . N -- ffl! ., l get , Candy Nolan Connie O'DelI r-'9' Vs X 41!l'. 1 . J' . Sandy Sears Jean Stark y 'Z' ., , . , . is 4 1 b , ' L X x. Nl WL' Susan Ulichney Beverly Warnock SEZ NX X V Susan Paolano V' "1 f Astrida Strazdins X - 22 X5 V xl Linda Wentink Arlene Prack A hh ' x 'f f Karen Styles 'H' k 1 i ' fi XQSX Patti White Penny-Dirrig Jan Volkmor Loretta Cerrone Paula Zumpano Neil Griffin President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sweetie Pie THETA PHI ALPHA igma rx .At v ' . i " ' i Ns' ' fl' ,. j .T If Y' , - -1 L Mary Jo Abdoo Mary Jo Avery Janet Banacki Regina Bernard Marilyn Bloniarz Kathy Borrell Pat Breen The outstanding event for Theta Phi Alpha this year was the White Rose Spring Formal. At that time each newly-pinned or engaged sister was serenaded and given one dozen white roses. Other activities included a special dinner honoring Mayor Ballard and the Akron City Councilmen, a Mother-Daughter breakfast, and a Steak and Beans Dinner. The Glenmary Home Mission near Cincinnati was the philanthropic project of the sisters. Proceeds from a magazine-subscription drive helped this Home. Sigma chapter was awarded first place trophies for Tekequacade, the Spring Blood Drive, Derby Day, and WRA Basketball, and second place for WRA Swimming. Individuals participating in other extracurricular activi- ties included the presidents of Women's League, ACE, and Panhellenic Council, secretary of the Junior Class: Student Council Treasurer, 15 SCPB members: a Mor- tar Board memberg one ROTC and four Angel Flight sponsors, one A-Key and three Who's Who recipients. sv Chriss Brownfield Rita Buzzelli Joanna Cerrone Martha Ciborek Paulette Ciolli Kathleen Conway Rita Culver 138 Alice Czaplicke Mary Ellen Dudek 6 Sue Heckman Rita Keenan Maureen McCahan a."4 l Pat Ostroski Connie DiLuIlo is Rosa DiLullo Kathy Dyer Karen Hengle Gretchen Laatsch Mary Lou Millar Pat Peresta Kathy Gill Kathy Hockenberry n- !' I Mary Ann Lagana Judy Nyitray av -w Judy Petrarca Karen Summerville Pauline Swartz Lorene Taylor Mary Dolensky Phyllis Gmerek Lynn lvers ,MA . N Patricia Layton 'P ,,' 04' Janet Ostroski Nancy Pullo Judy Thatcher 139 Linda Grible Julie Kalial ": .- 'Y ,l :J Dolores Marks 5 Sa Mary Ostroski Judy Rainey Mary Repasky ,wa .504 1-I Barbara Sibbio . ,' Diana Tretto Thresa Wilson Linda Zumpano Teddi Alexander Kaye Anglin Pat Bailey 3 A Q- , ' Wir" . X V Rozelle Bosecker Karen Bowers Margaret Cox Lois Barty .,.- 'xx , 4 - E -E? Bettie Depp Il av- n. -FLE- J Sandy Fassnacht Judy Gee 4- . 4 .., 2.4 A , Janet Haynes -I ,4- 5 fr? V Pat Keim ,fly b A! ,' Dolly Lemmon C. McCorkle 1 an Barbara Beckett 9. ! I Ann Marie Destro 21 l Judy Fisher ffl 4 Carol Graf Ch if S 'hi Susan Johns Linda Kendall Marilyn Mayes L .29 I A 5: Betty McGIothIin bo Cindy Bodnar S Cheryl Eckenrode Patty Gambal Pat Hausch Q' Aw L Karen Kaufman Pat Landis S, Marlene Maxwell r '33 W lzxxx , V L Pat Mitchell Q l Judy Petrie Laurel Gress Audre Smith President Secretary Treasurer PHI MU micron The Phi Mus became interested in many college activities this year. Representing them on campus were the presidents of Women's League, Orr Hall, and ACE: vice-president of Mortar Boardg co-chairmen of Songfest and Greek Week: five members of Alpha Lambda Deltag three A-Key and two Who's Who recipi- ents: and the Outstanding Greek Woman. Participating in intramural sports payed off for the Phi Mus- They won the WRA trophy presented at the annual banquet. Other trophies included first place for the Fall Blood Drive and second place in Teke- quacade. Omicron chapter sponsored a WHLO "Good Guys" Basketball Game. A dance with the Phil Palumbo Band followed the game. The proceeds from that event were given to the Leukemia Foundation. The annual all- campus Phi Mu King of Hearts contest was again a big financial success, and proceeds were sent to the HOPE Hospital Ship. Phi Mu also stressed good scholarship and at its Spring Scholarship Banquet, small trophies were given to those members with a 3.0 or better average for the previous semester. The Phi Mus also won the second AU Campus Bowl Tournament. ',,,,. if,-,..,........ . LT N0 gq5Y94.IER T if ...P-,1- annual , ' Q 3" 'fl tl ' BJ l 1 'Q , 'l X fi Suzanne Pavlov Linda Rusnik 5 Iii 'T r lf A ' lion FEB l Ll-Z5 P V 34. Az 1 .fi ev -' 4 - Iv35'.t,v lg J ., 3 ,f V W 4'-' f 335 5 l1".' J' ' . ff- tx Judy Petty Q 5 Pr' Judy Ryan pn- ' V '-if ,..- -. J :T Fi ff." '. 'r V. .-,T ,-n Z fit ' V . --' i. Li, PHIQMU "E: ' lima Ofrlrgiars it GT 5 ' X13 P- -' H T' F- I I 1 I W pil ,-1. ' H X Cynthia Molenaur Kathy Reuter Kathryn Sykes Julie Taylor C 6- Chris Wagner Paulesta Armstrong Sharon Hollinger Marilyn Darago President . . f Marilyn Mathiew Secretary Sue Bailey -is-, .1 -Nu- Chris DeMoss Linda Barbuto Mary Ann Garrison Sheila Gerhart Kathy Berenato es Y if 1 nn. -i. 1211 Carol Bingham Karen Bott Leah Dean Ja V-Ev ..' .... Lynda Griffiths Sherry Hardin Janet Hester x + Pam Hurd Fran Kalaman Joy Kirk Bonita Ceroni Vice President , if .. xg, Frances Reed Treasurer Mary Murgatroyd Mellany Myers DELTA ZETA Theta Zeta The 1965-66 school year proved to be a busy one for Delta Zeta. Not only were members highly active in social activities, but also in scholarship. They boast three members in Alpha Lambda Delta, one in Phi Alpha Theta and one Top Ten Pledge. Their social calendar was filled with desserts, inter- sorority and pledge-active parties. Annual events in- cluded Founders' Day held in October at the Firestone Country Club, a November Birthday Tea with parents and friends, and the Spring Open House in May which follows the theme. Theta Zeta chapter held the Dream Girl Formal in April. At that time an award was pre- sented to the Outstanding Senior Girl. Delta Zeta philanthropic activities include contribu- tions for the Navajo Indians and the Gallaudet College for the Deaf. Included on the DZ roster are vice president and his- torian of the Home Economics Club, and treasurer of Panhellenic Council. There are also members of the SCPB, Student Council, the University Singers, and Women's League in the Sorority. Sue Maluke .mg me .L ig 5 f I N I -E521 E we 1 ,' 1 . 4 Lani Sukosd Sheryl Thompson Joanne Ulrich 1 l ', 'hub Candi Nieman Cheryl Ober Rita Perry Pat Pitman Andrea Probsdorfer Alice Pudoka , X A Sue Rice Judith Smith Patty Steed .lr Jill Undercoffer Judy Undercoffer Meg Walder Alicia Wyler 143 Karen .Kropko .Linda Ross Judy Marks Anne Averbuck President Vice President Secretary Treasurer IGMA DELTA TAU Alpha Psi Social activities, which included a pedge party, Chanukah Dinner, square dance, Spring picnic, slumber party and the "Way Back When" Open House, kept the members of Sigma Delta Tau busy this year- The SDTs were proud of their third place scholar' ship trophy, ISA Snow Queen and Tel-Buch runner-up. Not merely satisfied with these achievements, Alpha Psi chapter also had an ROTC sponsor, Panhellenic vice president, two of the ten top scholastically-rated pledges, and a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Stu- dent Council, and secretary of the National Collegiate Players. The service project of Sigma Delta Tau was a dinner and an afternoon spent socializing with delinquent girls. During the Spring semester Alpha Psi chapter held a Scholarship Dinner. Awards were given out to the outstanding active and pledge, and for the highest achievement in scholarship. 144 Berenice Amici ga:-. In l - fr Michele Biller Karen Eber Brina Flateman Susan Hazan Nancy Bartell Sandi Dean Judy Engel Marsha Golum Aggie Hoffman E is 'E' Ricki Kastan Susan Klein Barbara Krell Susan Leib Lois Levy Sue Reich Susan Swedier - Cathy Liif Laurie Sheskin L Gail Weinberger Audrey Lord Cindi Smith Judy Weiss Stephanie Miller Renie Solomon Gail Zimmerman 145 ' N!"g' Sharon Newman Ilona Vollert Nanc F' id Sh I D tt Janis Bafd Harriet Bl ck C I C President Vice President Secgetalfy 'lggasulrleron a are aetta ZETA TAU ALPHA Shirley Dratler Carol Niedermeyer Sharon Friedrich if .' B Judy Reilly Sandra Ka rl Sue Shank s"' 5: FQXX 7 TQ. tritia- .. f' '64 5 Xpvfh it . ef, in 3.15 ww Beta Xi Beta Xi chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was host for the sorority's State Day in April. The Ohio chapters met for discussions, meetings, and a banquet at which national officers were present. Activities for the Zetas during the school year in- cluded an orphans' party with Sigma Nu fraternity, the Halloween Barn Party, the Big and Little Sister Slumber Party, and the "Gingeree" Open House. At the open house, gingerbread with whipped cream and punch were served. The highlight of the party was a gingerbread-eating contest. All fraternities had one representative in the contest. Zeta Tau Alpha hosted the presidents of ten fraternities-members of the lnterfraternity Council. The philanthropic project of the sorority was assistance to and work with the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults. Outstanding Zetas included members of Alpha Lamb- da Delta, ACE, Mortar Board, and WAUP-FM. trifle.. mfg, B' 1 'G' , ,f , gf' 115. .ix H .t fu' 3 ,N Judy Chapman Sally Corl Peggy Dougherty Carol King Mary Klipstein Sherry Konkle Mary Murphy S' bf Margaret Weikert Phyllis Werner Donna Wilkin Helen Zimmefman 146 OUTSTANDING GREEK MAN AND WOMAN Q5 Phi Mu Alpha Epsilon Pi 4, W 9 ! 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KFSPS Roger Hagstrom Steve Nemeth President faire Sf Dan Buie Ca rl Suiter fi! 15:-Q' ie Dale Normington Ray Cummings Roger Terry 150 OMICRGN DELTA KAPP Membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership honorary for men, represents the greatest single honor in the college career of many men at The University of Akron. To become a member, an individual must exemplify the traits of leadership and achievement, in character and scholarship, in the areas of athletics. government, publications, religious affairs, or the arts. Worthy men with at least a 2.5 accumulative average are tapped in the Spring and Fall of each academic year. Dean Thomas Sumner serves as the faculty adviser to ODK. Y' -Razr -wa-45. if DOUE Thomson Dave Pearce Bill Sloat 'N E Q 1' ' 71. Bob Kean Kermit Hall 151 'Hkl A ORTAR BO RD Scholarship is not the sole criteria for membership in Mortar Board, the senior women's society. The few outstanding women tapped each year must also excel in leadership, character and service to the University and community. Because of the society's high standards and national reputation, mem- bership in Mortar Board is considered the highest honor the University can bestow on a woman. issuing. Linda Clark President L? i , Sue Dieringer Lina Derry 9' '09 Q31 Carol Koneff hrx 'QF' Linda Hofle Astrida Strazdins 152 gyx an 'i"""'f'H Judy FiShel' Ruth NEWITIBI1 Jean Longanbach IN an QW? -X lx ,Z-F Penelope Dirrig Marilyn Dal'-280 N Ns'T'3YN Helen Zimmerman Karen Frey 153 Mary Ann Munka l ' , Sharon Newman Harold Rosenblatt Who's Who, A-Key Who's Who , -7 rg, F. WHO WHO -J' Q A-KEY Penny Dirrig Who's Who lang , ga -I 65 Tim Ashton Linda Clark A-Key A-Key 154 :ffl ' 'A iw ' W1 '14 Judy Gee Who's Who 5...-Q Dave Shoenfelt Who's Who 1" George Porosky Who's Who, A-Key NGUCY Pullo Judy Fisher Carl Suiter Wh0'S Who. A-Key Who's Who Who's Who, A-Key WHO' WHO Thirty-two Akron students, along with representatives from more than 750 other colleges, were chosen to be included in the 1965-66 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Each candidate was first recommended by the Uni- versity, then debated upon and accepted by the or- ganization. Competition for this honor is keen and the final selection, which is based on leadership qualities, scholarship, educational and extra-curricular activities, citizenship and future promise, is limited to relatively few top individuals. A-KEY Honor "A" Keys are awarded by Student Council for achievement in campus activities and scholastic accomplishments. Selection of recipients is made on a point system, only half of which may be earned in a single area of activity. Applicants are required to get the signatures of faculty advisers and department heads in the fields in which the work was done. Competition for this award is keen and narrowed down to a few qualified individuals. Phyllis Moke Ted Mallo Alma Batal Who's Who Who's Who, A-Key Who's Who 155 , Kathy Kline Who's Who Mary Ann Munka A-Key WHO'S WHO Steve Nemeth Who's Who Bill Sioat Judith Petrie Who's Who Who's Who . ..! 4 ,f ,M ' X ' "1 ' ,.' lei? , P ii' f .Q i - fi ,. L' v ,fi .lj Mi 1 J ' ' Y iw i Q 2 V' :,' 'SFR 'I ' my "W gf J v i 1 PM . ll, f. 1 .V r Wyy- . ' ' Li.: 'i , V. Ed Lasoff Sue Roney Who's Who, A-Key A-KEY Who's Who, A-Key Karen Kropko Kathy Miller A-Key Who's Who, A-Key 156 .'5.H3-A-L:'QIWx-Si. Karen Kaufman Who's Who WHO' WHO gr' Jean Carver Who's Who, A-Key P f:::Q::: V,, ,. 5, 1 A-1-'v'-3 - 1:5 fa, , 1, N ' , U 4 ,-- V ' ' " l v- L. , , Kermit Hall A-Key QL 1, R 1 1 Q . I - K " "' '79-s John Roe Who's Who A-KEY Dave Pearce Who's Who, A-Key J, 9- .... 4 ,. iflzfafi Q , ' "" I . ,. ,r?,, , X A rf"1qrW!H -Q pf Hd 'QQ2 iiiikg +I5'2ff'4' ,R , .rqifa s ,f Gary Kreps Betty Zager Who's Who, A-Key Who's Who E.GLEH WILU V,H JE0 N 1.9, , Linda Luxon Ken Goore Who's Who, A-Key Who's Who, A-Key 157 1 , fi wr:-""' Russ Walker Carol Sturm Bailey Mark Auburn A-Key A-Key Who's Who, A-Key A- K E Y W M X Y X014 5 v qv-A L Q WHO' WHO Ed Kaufman Jean Longanbach Who's Who A-Key N, f f V- 5 Lou Seiler Karen Frey Roger Terry Who's Who, A-Key A-Key Who's Who 158 W I PHI SIG A SGCIETY if fri. ,H ROW ONE: Mrs. Gluck, Marion Drew, Dr. Graham. ROW TWO: Marc Dwoskin, Dr. Keller, Roland Klauk. ROW Phi Sigma Society promotes research in the field of biological sciences. Students with a 3.0 average in biology courses and a minimum of 16 credits may qual- ify for membership, provided they are engaged in a re- search problem in this field. Meetings are highlighted with lectures by University faculty members, visiting professors, and research workers. 159 THREE: Dr. Nokes, Dave Rickeard , rw- NEHN OLS l lmliiwilifl l llllfllillililll-'ill l "" C 5' L ROW ONE: Joe Rejkowski, Homer Thornton, Hugh Ken- Schmader, Mike Oleksuk, Mark Buchtel, Charles Bruny, zel, Charles Knorr. ROW TWO: Bill Chiaramonte, David Dick Gall, Larry Becker. SIGMA TAU llll-ilillillilldil ' lDl:UlHil'l4-1 AMR Gill UN I S l'0TOR'IfN CUN "l' 5 Q ROW ONE: Ralph, Hurley, Mike Kennedy, Bruce Stull, William Thomas, Phil. Musick, David Rouch, Terry Tur- Virgil Channel, Stan Zuravel, Robt. McKnight. ROW pin, David Chapman. TWO: Chas. Scheatzle, Jim Coleman, Kermil Bailey, 160 SIG AT U were-sei animals ' - .9 . Q eo 3"o'i 3'i'i ' t .,..' lil il-HH :J .9 1 fy zo is -3 - 53 f as 5 eg eb ROW ONE: Prof. Jos. lidminster, Adviser: Gerald Abra- ROW TWO: James Hill, Historian: Wallace Memmer, ham, Vice Pres.: David Smith, Pres.: Robert Dadick. Don Spangnuolo, Sec.: Fred Snyder, Treas. Practicality in the field of engineering is only one among the primary criteria in judging for membership in this honorary. With this in mind, scholarship and sociability are also sought by qualified engineers in the upper one-third of the combined Junior, Senior Class. As a means of encouragement, the fraternity awards a medal to the outstanding freshman in the field having the highest point ratio. 161 ROW ONE: Dave Buie, Edward Lichten, Richard Tau- Gurley, Roger Eyster, Jeffrey Dunlap, Randy Henley, bold, James Rummer, James Moreno, Gary Harris, Jim Dean Sumner, Adviser: Jeffrey Bell, Jerry Talbert, Rochette. ROW TWO: Andy Kaczala, Jack Jones, John James Dukarich, Arthur Ostergard. PHI ETA SIGMA PI SIG A ALPHA Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman men's honorary, recog- nizes scholastic attainment during the freshman year. A 3.5 scholastic average in the first semester or first year is required for membership. Activities such as a freshman smoker and the Spring Cook-Out are spon- sored by Phi Eta Sigma. The purpose of Pi Sigma Alpha is to stimulate inter- est and scholarship in the field of political science. To be eligible for membership, a student must have a 3.0 average in ten credits of political science with at least one course in the upper college, and at least a 2.0 aver- age in all other work. ROW ONE: Don Dressler, Rick Zeis. ROW TWO: Don Morris. ROW THREE: Steve Shwartz, Bill Hoelzer. ROW FOUR: Nick George, Don Varian. SITTING: Lina Derry, Karen Frey, Douglas Grueder, mann. STANDING: Robert Dickerson, David Remark, Pres., Richard Johnson, Ted Wilson, William Bach- Denny Golford, Frank Samuelson. Beta Delta Psi, the Business Administration honorary, strives to encourage the outstanding scholarship and leadership needed today. Prospective members are chosen in the second semester of their junior year if they have attained an accumulative average of 2.5 or better and at least 72 credits. Through superior work in campus productions and other on and off campus achievements in drama, stu- dents may gain membership in Pi Epsilon Delta, the National Collegiate Players Honor Society. The gold masks of comedy and tragedy of the honor key worn by these students marks the highest accolade in University Theatre. Theatre Guild and Pi Epsilon Del- ta produced this years campus plays which included Candida, Animal Farm, and Antigone. BET DELTA PSI PI EPSILO DELTA ROW ONE: Dr. Dunlap, Adviser: Carole DeBaer, Sec., ROW THREE: Paul Daum, Vice Pres., Anne Averbuck, Dan Beasley, Mark Auburn, Pres. ROW TWO: Darlene Irv Korman. Baker, Dave Pagnard, Sandy Korman, Teddi Alexander. J. QA I 'T LAMBD PI PSI CHI ROW ONE: Linda Clark, President. ROW TWO: Carol Bingham, Secretary: Kathy Miller, Treasurer: Julianne Huff. Lambda Pi honorary society was founded to provide opportunities for scholarly manifestations in the field of modern foreign languages and cultures. Students who have maintained a 3.0 average in six credits beyond the 44 level in a foreign language at the University are granted life membership into the honorary. Psi Chi,the national psychology honorary, stimulates interest, scholarship, and research in psychology. To qualify for membership, a student must have a 3.0 average in psychology and a 2.5 accumulative average, and must have completed 12 credits of psychology and be registered for thre-e additional credits. ROW ONE: Rat Breen, Nlarna Maderis, Rick Goehler, Charles Musser, Rich Crites, Dan Beasley, Frank Sca- Kathy Woodling. ROW TWO: Dr. Rosenquist, Jim Cosy, piro, Jack Shaft. TITY -f"1' ROW ONE: Bill Ayers, Pres.: Al Causa, Vice Pres. ROW ROW THREE: Karl Kraus, Jim Noe, Calvin Deem, Pete TWO: John Rabb, Bob Tucker, Sec.g Skip Waser, Treas. Lehmicke, Frank Botz, Fred Hoffstadt. 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Representatives on this governing body control Student Government policy and act as agents in matters of mutual interest to the stu- dents, the faculty, and the administration. The major achievements of Council this year were reapportioning of the college representation to Coun- cil, and passing new procedures for Homecoming and May Queen elections. Student Council has been a medium of expression and self-determination for the student body. ROW ONE: Craig Ostergard, Dave Devore, Fred Milo, Bill Considine, Peggy Forman, Pat Traub. ROW TWO: Linda Gribble, Ed Laseff, Jim McKinley, Bill Sloat, Vice Pres.: Dave Pearce, Pres.: Linda Luxon, Rec. Sec.: Judy Rainey, Candy Nolan, Corres. Sec. ROW THREE: Tim Ochsenhirt, Nancy Scofido, Sue Dieringer, Pat Keim, Judy Gee, Pat Erison, Jeff Hickman, Mary Ann Munda. Barbuto, Steve Nemeth, Jackie Patti, Pat Taylor, Diane Simonetti, Jean Thomas, Judy Schemaker, Judy Marks. ROW FIVE: Hugh Kensal, Gail Andrews, Don Varian, Sue Finkle, Bill Petrarca, Roger Terry, Joanna Cerrone, Kathy Sykes, Loretta Cerrone, Linda Terril, Mary Kay Ostroski. NOT PICTURED: Mike Weisberg, John Roe, Robert Lawry, Advisor. ROW FOUR: Annabelle Buzzelli, Chris Brownfield, Linda 168 Dave Pearce President -inf- 'S Sergeant-at-Arms Mike Weisberg dis cusses Council activities with Ad visor Robert Lawry. 169 The Independent Students Association is open to all students not affiliated with a sorority or fraternity, and its members take an active part in campus func- tions. This year ISA entered a float in the May Day competition for the first time. Another first was the Winter Weekend the group sponsored at Brandywine. An afternoon of skiing which included slalom races and other events, was followed by a dance with Bill Pangas and Nancy Bartell reigning as "Snowball King and Queen". The Edward S. Babcox Outstanding Independ- ent Student Award was awarded to David Moscovitz, former College Ambassador. INDEPENDENT STUDENTS ASSOCIATION B if ,ff f ROW ONE: John Stafford, Advisor: Fred Milo, Presi dent: John Gulugian, Vice President: Kathy Auseon Secretary: Julianne Huff, Chaplain. E' ttf .. ,. .- .. A, -il- W-.. - rx, ,iff 5' 'l ROW ONE: Judy Reilly, Nancy Pullo, Rush Chairman Linda Gribble, Helen Gerber, Vice. Pres.: Lina Derry: Pres.: Shirley Hannah, Fran Reed, Miss Crouch, Ad visor. ROW TWO: Mary Bader, Carol Caetta, Mary Ann Penhellenic Council is composed of representatives from all sororities on campus. Pan Hel's main objective is to co-ordinate sorority activities and to regulate rush- ing activities which officially begin every Fall semester. -rrl-. F7 .. -- as . kgs 3 153 I-cb' ! fig? fl ffl Munka, Linda Ross, Judy Undercoffer. ROW THREE Sharon Friedrich, Hazel Burney, Astrida Strazdins Barbara Krell, Judy Weiss, Sandy Jones, Susie Finkle Judy Rainey. COUNCIL Pan Hel Council publishes annual Sorority Rush Bulle- tins to aid future sorority girls. Pan Hel, together with IFC, sponsors the annual Greek Week Dance at the end of Greek Week. The ten fraternities on AU's campus are represented by IFC, Interfraternity Council. IFC functions as a con- trolling body among the fraternities. It forms the ground rules for fraternity rush and pledging. IFC sponsors COUNCIL many events and, along with PanHeIlenic Council, serves as host to Greek Week's final Dance. FRONT: Bruce Fike, President. ROW ONE: Denver Gal- Jim Lisic, Steve Wright, Larry Victim, Bob Praratt. ROW ford, Bernard Labbe, Tom Lemley, Vice President: THREE: Ed Feldman, Jim Lacey, Gary Williams, Steve Rusty Rosenblatt, Treasurer: Dave Pearce, Kenny Black, Lou Seiller, Jeff Hoffman. Gfvore. ROW TWO: Bob Nettles, Secretary: Don Martell, .1 1' QQ 36 ag GI' and if .ar , 7 PA HELLENIC I TERFR TERNIT David A. Shoenfelt Editor-in-Chief P iii 5,.':. , , , ,. , ,.,-- .. V ,. .,, .. pw ,-f,,.,,, I 9? "YW - .--sue: Vue- . ,, - Mar:mz" ali.r:n3,151v5'li1-gf::'dii4Efgg.-, .L 17.52--':1 .-rn1I.f-fafwiwmr'-I.'1-., , X. 13.5.1 , ' " ::Q155:5i.22qg1i5. . 13... Lag... -, 'Fr ngwztxfc ., : ' f5g'I5:1-:Qp'T4,.' . . r lf, fry, , l ,Q sf , . l if i-if f . 'flfi55fri5Q.71jik1i:35r5,. Michael Kesselring Managing Editor THE BUCHTELITE Anyone who has ever had the misfortune to wander up to the third floor of the Student Center late on a Wednesday night, was probably surprised to see the BuchteIite's staff making a mad attempt to meet the printer's deadline. It is not a pretty sight. The Buchtelite itself rarely gives hints of the tur- moil, perspiration and jolly good times that attend the birth of each issue. Circles under the eyes of staff members, stacks of empty coffee cups and about six threatened resignations per week can attest to that. But if there was a lot of work involved in taking the Buchtelite to press, it wasn't for a lack of news. The 1965-66 year was loaded with headline stories. The State Issue campaign, mushrooming campus, President Auburn's travels for the State Department and possible visit to Red China, the Zips in Evansville-all provided the Buchtelite with the raw material, and long Wednes- day nights, that made for such a successful year. Karen Frey Wayne Gross Business Manager Sports 'fc 'fr , -- x 1 F ,Q 'J . ,Iriv- .V L '. x . ,'- , "L .Auf " i 'gp' N z-4" ,'7"' r "L 1 .w . r ,icq . 3,- J " gi SE Dave Pagnard Editorial Editor -r-f '1- f yy Judy Rainey Co-Sports Editor e li " ' .Y h -3 :Q PA "N" X L4-e 'f 47:15 iff' X X Pat Bailey Buchteletter Editor CFaIIj 173 x hz THE BUCHTELITE D J. f:22ff5ffa:fz2fzgf!f4Q44ff2iJiif , N ,W I hiv' 3 K -.ii ,A S Vt H 1 xx X L Dick Horning Carole Kotrick, Dodo Marks , Sports Exchange Editors Laura Gulbls Feature Editor I , 5' -,.1'Ol P5 ,Ig ' "i"+.1 --f"Tl 4' Thom Rochford Ed Lasoff Buchteietter Editor KSpringy Co-Sports Editor fiw 174 I TER, ATIO AL STUDE TS CLUB International Students Club is open to all AU stu- dents whether from a different country or the U.S. This Club's purpose is to promote friendship and under- standing between AU students and those enrolled from other countries. Lectures, teas, and desserts are just a few of the activities that International Students Club presents annually. l I l 1 -Q i 1 W ua . vg l 1. "'1l! 1 . ,f . ' r uf ROW ONE: Sharon Friedrich, Nikrouz Pourzal, K. Peter Reisman, Abdul Behbehani, Social Chairman: Michelle Goetze, Pres.: Mr. Calkins, Advisor. ROW TWO: Ester Marks, George Yotis, Treas. 175 5 ai H0 E ECONOMICS CLUB Promoting interest in home economics and providing for individual growth and professional development of college home economics students is the purpose of the Home Economics Club. The club's monthly dinner meetings include two for- eign-theme meals and a mother-daughter banquet. Members participated in the annual Spring style show and sold "Patch-it-Paks" through the University Book- store. PHYSICAL EDUCATIO CLUB Because of the need for physical fitness and qualified teachers, the Physical Education Club offers physical education majors extra practice and participation in various skills and sports. Speakers and other programs give the majors an insight to the problems and chal- lenges of their field. At the club's annual banquet an outstanding junior was given the Physical Education Award in memory of Carola Shulz. ROW ONE: Pam Backus President' Miss Walklet Act- tonan ing Adviser, in the absence of Miss Rumang H'arriet Waxman, Treasurer: Marikay Crangle, Secretary. ROW ONE: Sandy Putnam, Secretary, Donna Hills President: Pat Taylor, Treasurer. The Future Secretaries of America builds interest in the secretarial field and encourages advanced educa- tion so that students will be better equipped to qualify for secretarial positions. FSA is open to any student en- rolled in business subjects with at least a 2.0 accumu- Iative average. Johnson Club is composed of English majors and minors and other students interested in English. Meet- ings are held at the home of members of the English faculty, and the format includes speakers, readings and discussions. This year, the club published a bi-annual literary magazine, SCOPE, which consisted of poems, short stories, essays, and art work submitted by students. ROW ONE: Jacqueline Pallage, President: Mrs. Julia Jull, Advisor. ROW TWO: Jack Rodgers, Vice President: Steve Csipke, Secretary-Treasurer. FUTURE SECRETARIE OF AMERICA JOHNSON CLUB -3- 2' -gn- gf' Robert Thackaberry Faculty Adviser I . 5 ' ' ' Q 'hd Jacque Pallage Editorial Staff is i Zgl, , f ' -uf' XE 41' yfiffyif . 1 ,fl A, f QIEEJ vHE'.ii.K, .ff ' I Julia Hull Faculty Adviser Diane Apollon Art Editor i'e 5, r--'wr ' - H .-1 . 1 e va ,. . .,',, si, . A - V --us. 5' gp' v , :wr fe , 'V K f- -5 7' f ' .-, if J' 'fi 2 va- . ff ' H Y Q 1 'i ' 'fi .' f I If f f l. .-I f -7 'f' f l ' ' ir ' 7 ts 1 ' Q-H' f 4 , 4 R, 'l-l N ,K 1 Q. ,, 31 ':',.' 5 ," ll' - ui! f 1-,f .' ,Tlx ' " "M NK -C ' Liv' ' ,, fu as 1 uf Stephanie Glickman Editorial Staff Jack Rodgers Editorial Staff SCOPE SCOPE, the campus literary and art magazine, suc- cessfully marked the close of its first year, publishing both a Fall and a Spring edition. More than 500 manuscripts were submitted by undergraduate and graduate students and final selec- tion was made by SCOPE'S student editorial board, chosen from the English Department's Johnson Club, and a faculty adviser. ln keeping with its goal to be an outlet for the ex- pression of creative talent on campus, the magazine incorporates student art work selected by the editorial board in conjunction with its art editor and advisor, Mr. Taylor. SCOPE looks forward to improvement and growth both in printing methods and in tapping the resources of talent, in all departments on the campus. 179 STUDE T BAR ASSOCIATIGN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL A D ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS ' -sua-aieiiruaots ROW ONE: Mr. Arthur Murphey, Adviser: John Boyn- ton, Treasurer: Patrick Neman, President: Gerald Glin- sek, Vice President. The Student Bar Association was created to bring information and speakers to the campus for law stu- dents. The Akron Association is in the Sixth Circuit of the National Student Bar, the convention for which was held in Toledo this year. The club attempts to introduce professional problems and responsibilities the students will face upon admission to the Bar. The Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers gives students of electrical engineering valuable insight into future employment and education. The members meet once a month to hear speakers from various in- dustries and to take field trips to places of interest. Requirements for membership include an interest and pre-junior standing in the University's department of Electrical Engineering. FRONT: Joe Rejkowski, President. BACK: Ron Shaffer, Treasurer: Bob Dadik, Vice President: John McKinney, Secretary. . Y ii- mmgmg i Riemann I C . in C' ... 0 iliac: ..' G Q2 0 9 wo 0 LEl'-T TO RIGHT: Don Spagnuolo, Vice Chairman: Chuck Kelley, Sec.: Richard Gall, Treas.: Wincent Reymann, Chairman: Mr. Henry, Adviser. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is a professional society available to any Engineering stu- dent who has completed thirty hours of engineering work. Through monthly meetings, field trips, and special conferences, the Society provides its members with the latest information in the field of Mechanical Engineer- ing. The Society enables its members to begin profes- sional development and to build important social and professional contacts. AMERICAN SOCIETY OE MECHANICAL ENGINEER AMERICAN SOCIETY GF CIVIL ENGINEERS The American Society of Civil Engineers tries to further the scholastic and professional development of outstanding civil engineering students. Valuable prep- aration for entrance into the profession is gained through meetings with fellow students and professionals. LEFT TO RIGHT: Prof. Richards, Adviser: John Turbak, Treas.: Charles Bruny, Pres.: Robert Destct, Vice Pres.: James Hill, Sec. THE TRE G ILD Assisting the Speech Department with campus pro- ductions in theatrical work, Theatre Guild recognizes students for their achievement in all areas of theatre production. For over fifty years, Theatre Guild has been the major student organization for the support of edu- cational theatre. Workshops, guest speakers, trips to other college campuses, and participation in community playhouses feature the main activities of AU students in Theatre Guild. J J ON STEPS: Paul Daum, Russ Walker, Sandi Korman Sec. SECOND ROW: Nancy Salzer, Darlene Baker, Teddi Alexander, Dave Pagnard, Pres. BACK ROW: .Anne Averbuck, Mark Auburn, Vice Pres.: Sharon Hollinger Ron Witt, Tom Dandridge. WOMEN'S RECREATIO SSOCIATIO Women's Recreation Association represents every woman on campus and is designed to offer all AU women recreational activity. Throughout the year, WRA sponsors such intramural sports as badminton, basket- ball, volleyball, and archery. The organizations Awards Dessert was held in February where plaques were awarded to winning teams and individuals. The Sorority Plaque went to Phi Mu for accumulating the highest number of points for the entire year. ROW ONE: Mary Ann Munka, Sports Manager: Pam Backus, Corresponding Secretary. ROW TWO: Barb Hickman, President: Judy Rainey, Public Relations: Lockey Allen, Recording Secretary. , ?'3uf4rm get .lr . r- , i 2 1 ' 4 ,Q lbs - !' 4 ROW ONE: John Anderson, Recreation: Bill Petrarca, Chairman: Mr. Don Sabitino, Adviser: Lou Seiler, Pro- jects: Judy Rainey, Social. ROW TWO: Nancy Pullo, Fine Arts: Pat Bailey, Publicity: Karen Kaufman, Cor- respondence and Finance. Not pictured: Mr. Ralph Larson, Student Center Director. The SCPB, nearly five years young on the AU campus, was formed to present an active calendar of social, cul- tural, recreational, and educational activities for stu- dents and faculty of the University within the facilities of the Student Center. Membership has grown to a dynamic seventy-seven members who serve on six working committees-Cor- respondence and Finance, Fine Arts, Social, Recreation, Publicity, and Projects. SCPB activities were many and varied to meet the increasing demands of a flourishing campus. The fall agenda included a Freshman Open House, the Phil Polumbo Jazz Concert, after-game parties, and rally- dances. Spring activities consisted of an Open House, Las Vegas Night, Campus Bowl, and the publication of the traditional "Hilltop Highlights," to name a few. A John F. Kennedy Memorial Exhibition, a monthly Newsletter, a TGIF dance, and "Wednesday Nights at the Movies" were some of the additions to the SCPB activities. Now, more than ever, SCPB has grown to make the Student Center the hub of social activities on the University's campus. L 5 'J- - 4 ROW ONE: Lewis Mumelstein, Tom Mason. ROW TWO: Dick Hull, Karen Frey, Continuity Director: John Troyer, News Director: Mary Klipstein, Bud Casull. WAP WAUP, the University radio station, is run entirely by the 49 students participating in radio workshop. It provides a variety of educational and cultural program- ming plus an opportunity for students to learn how to operate radio mechanics. Music ranging from classical to modern is broadcast from 11:30-12:30 p.m. and 6-10 p.m. Monday through Friday. ROW ONE: Mrs. Hardenstein, Adviser: Tim Orr. ROW TWO: Dave Lieberth, Darlene Baker, Judy Reilly, Henry Jaroszewski, David Hughes. is ROW ONE: Dean Samad, Adviser: Bruce Baskin, Mana- ger: Eric Anderson. ROW TWO: Wayne Harrington, Mike Moore, Supervising Technician: Bruce Sugarberg, Jim Dukarich, Secretary: Bruce Bechtol, Rocco Pappilio. ROW TWO: Rick Morrison, Tom Maier. WSUPD W8UPD engages in ham radio instruction and com- munication. The club is open to all students interested in ham radio operation. Those members without licenses are enrolled in the club's instructional program. One of the members, Richard Keolker, is teaching an in- formal course in Preparation for the Extra Class License Exam, the highest class issued. W8UPD members have communicated with ham radio operators throughout the United States. W U UIIVERSITY OF AKRON AMATEUR RADIO CLUB 6 STATION W8UPD NEXT noon up WOMEN'S LEAGUE Women's League Council is made up of women repre- senting each sorority, the dormitories, and independent students. These representatives are elected yearly in an all-campus election. Women's League sponsors a "Little Sis" program for in-coming freshman women from outside the Akron area. This year, the Mitchell Trio highlighted the Faculty Reception given by Women's League. The Christmas Tea, Senior Women's Breakfast, ground breaking ceremonies, the Glamour Contest and many koffee klatches compose the greater part of Women's League activities. .. - U. 1 -- , J l if .. I-' .- 'l " ' ROW ONE: Mrs. Vegso, Adviser: Loretta Cerrone, Jean Loganbach, Helen Gerber. ROW TWO: Joanne Cambell, Anne Darnell, Carol Mascolo, Cindy Molenaur, Sue Swedler, Donna Sombaty, Barb Mancino, Sue Elmer, Chris Brownfield, Linda Dain, Pat Pittman. l 1-5 ll' The Association for Childhood Education is an inter- national organization dedicated to promoting education. The campus branch of this organization contains more than one hundred members. Striving for profes- sional growth, the organizations foremost purpose has been "to work for the education and well-being of children." This year's activities included an October Member- ship Tea, open to all University students, and an annual Christmas party for underprivileged children. Membership in the Student National Education Asso- ciation is open to any student interested in either ele- mentary or secondary education. The goals of the association are to understand educational problems at all levels, to interest young men and women in educa- tion as a career, and to experience the values of work- ing together. ROW ONE: Mrs. Whitford, Adviser: Carol Motz, Presi- dent. ROW TWO: Sue Salhaney, Treasurer: Karen Hardy, Vice President: Judy Miller, Loretta Cerrone, Secretary: Sue Dieringer. ROW ONE: Sandy Fassnacht, President: Dr. Becker, Adviser. ROW TWO: Laura McKendrick, Secretary: Mar- garet Weikert, Treasurer: Sue Roney Vice President. ASSOCIATIO FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATIO STUDENT NATIO AL EDUCATIO ASSGCIATIO 5f'3'T..1l!m?:'f 1115-, .. un., .Ie-A.53.Q"1!5"'!! W, EWMAN CLUB The underlying purpose of the Newman Club is to provide a well-rounded and complete social, intellectual and spiritual life for Catholic students on and off campus. As a result of active participation in University affairs and superior work nationally, the Akron chapter was named the outstanding Newman Club chapter in the United States. FRONT: Joe Fahey, President. ROW ONE: Madeline Matusik, Recording Secretary: Carol Trifonoff, 2nd Vice President: Judy Dietrich, Corresopnding Secre- tary. ROW TWO: Tom Frey, Treasurer: Dick Mungo, lst Vice President. I I I I ,PV ROW ONE: Donna Ramsey, Vice Pres.: Beth Haas, Pres. ROW TWO: Mr. Kvam, Adviser, Jim Wise. The lntervarsity Christian Fellowship is open to all students interested in Christian fellowship and Bible study. The group offers an opportunity for men and women on the AU campus to gain greater insight into their religious convictions through fellowship and dis- 'Y' . cussion. 5,115 ,lm 54 1 I I.. TOP TO BOTTOM: Gerald Ford, Russ Walker, President: Hazel Burney, Vice President: Chaplain Wait, Adviser. I TERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CAMPU CHRI TIAN FELLOWSHIP Campus Christian Fellowship provides students with an opportunity to discuss Christianity and its relation- ship to the campus, the community, and the world. Through study and discussion groups, projects of work and service, and recreation, CCF attempts to bring students and faculty together in a fellowship of worship, study, and action. Rev. Wait is the Fellowship's full time Chaplain who counsels, offers guidance, and addresses local churches. 191 AR Y ROTC SPONSORS Army ROTC Sponsors help maintain the morale of all those participating in the two- year ROTC program. Every semester girls are selected as sponsors for each company. Candidates are chosen for poise, grade aver- age, and reasons for wanting to be a sponsor. This year the sponsors not only participated in drill marching and military parades, but sponsored several functions of their own. The ROTC Bowling Tournament, a party for the Children's Home, and participation with the drill team made the sponsors an asset to the Army Cadets. The highlight of the year was a Farewell Party for Sgt. Creed. , 1' 6' 1 w--Y of Sue Kernan Kathy Kline Z1 If 'Ji "-9 Barbara Nagy Janet Pavich l 'rfi . i AA . I ' 5 Carol Smitley Lee Zuch 192 .'iv-t fs., Pat Breen '9- CFS Donna Graybeal 'ff' Leslie Koons ' .3"'2- . 1 : " J 'ui .1 .wiv .i F 1 l -hi' ,V , Sl 3 N gunf'V NI l A Sue Reich Maryann Zvoleff -'nd Q.::'..'r' Nancy Pullo, Commander ANGEL FLIGHT Angel Flight acts as official hostess for Arnold Air Society functions as well as par- ticipating in welfare and social functions. Most of Angel Flight's work is done in the area of social service. This year the Angel's busy schedule in- cluded work with the Anti-Tuberculosis League, projects at the Children's Home, Christmas carolling at the Sumner Home for the Aged, and writing letters to servicemen in Vietnam. Akron Angel Flight, along with other area Angel Flight groups, also sponsors an American Indian Orphan. Peggy Foreman was selected as the area Little Colonel and was entered in the Na- tional Little General competition at the Na- tional Convention held in Dallas, Texas this year. Along with their many hours of volunteer work, the Angels participate in parades, drills, and other Air Force ROTC functions. 'Q L. -i ' i i i i -0 C79 Q---Y TZ' Lina Derry Cheryl Eckenrode Elizabeth Egrid Peggy Foreman 111 1--9-' T l 3 Chriss Brownfield Julie Kalial Karen Kaufman Dolly Lemmon fir, 'F-1-nf 'v--'Y ' "T Judy Gee ., lex Q 0 'L 1 E 'x : Q--5 , ,,,.,. is! Q, I -J Cindy Thomas Betty Zager Mary Lou Miller Candy Nolan Astrida Strazdins 193 3 AIR FORCE ROTC The Air Force branch of the Reserve Officers Training Corps provides both basic and advanced instruction to University men. The two-year program, which is re- quired in either Air Force or Army for all male students, aims at developing character and heightening the aware- ness of the responsibilities of a citizen. The Advanced AFROTC is the answer for men who wish to combine a military education with their regular studies. At graduation, these men are commissioned into the Air Force where they train further in the fields of piloting and navigation or some aspect of aerospace studies. Arnold Air Society is the national Air Force honorary on campus. The Society recognizes leadership and potential in future Air Force Officers. Together with Angel Flight, Arnold Air worked on many service pro- jects and sponsorsed several social functions this year. Two Air Force ROTC instructors, Major Croker and Lt. Col. Stewart, were transferred to active duty in Vietnam at the close of the school year. l Lt. Col. L. H. Hendrickson " 'Nfl x i 195 196 Y 9 - -. n " " -A-...,,, X i Q , Nw , " "1-. i l - Xi I "fe -lx v , : X ' 1 7 Eg- Jonas A.viuiAutn -A Col. J. A. Vilhauer The Army Reserve Officer Training Corps is a Gen- eral Military Science type unit. Along with AFROTC, it is an important source of qualified career officers and reserve officers. Since its organization in 1919, Army ROTC has trained men for either reserve or active duty in the Armed forces. Counter Guerillas, an auxiliary group to Army ROTC, went on bivouac during the semesters and was ex- posed to simulated battle situations. Another group, Pershing Rifles, participated in numerous drill meets during the year, including the Detroit Invitational Drill Meet in which they placed third in a field of thirty units. Advanced Army ROTC aims at developing qualified military leaders who will step into positions of impor- tance upon graduation and completion of their training. Advance groups of both Army and Air Force worked on the annual Military Ball held in the Fall. The two groups also participated in parades, drills for football games, and acted as color guard for other University events. An Army ROTC instructor, Captain Flesher, has been assigned to duty in Vietnam. ARMY ROTC 197 -1? 7? 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STANDING: Pat Bailey, Phi-Y: Bob Vaugh, President-Residence Hall Asso- President-Orr: Marg Easton, Social Chairman-Orrp ciation. In the atmosphere of dorm living, a student has the opportunity for discussing and exchanging ideas with other students of widely varying backgrounds. All- night bull sessions, studying together, working on dorm projects, eating together, just plain living together fos- ters lifelong friendships and helps develop insight into others' ways of life. Besides building friendships, the "dormie" has the opportunity to enrich his character and expand his leadership abilities. The Residence Hall program is concerned with all phases of group living and filling the needs of the student's life. Students are encouraged to participate in campus activities, and programs of social, cultural, and athletic events are set up for the "dormies" specifically. Individual dorms compete in intradormi- tory tournaments and University intramurals. The Residence Hall Student Government program is de- signed to aid character development of the individual. Community projects sponsored by the dorms this year included the annual Orphans' Christmas Party where the residents entertained the children for the day and presented them with gifts. An Easter Egg Hunt was also held for the orphans. ln the Spring, dormi- tory students directed and produced the play "Come Blow Your Horn" to conclude the year's activities. Through student judiciary systems, many discipli- nary problems were processed by student courts. The dormitories developed a system applicable to their particular circumstances, thereby allowing opportunity for imagination and leadership. Dorm life was more than water fights, curfews, and all-night bull sessions. lt was an experience in living, an opportunity to learn to live with other people in a community atmosphere. This educational experience cannot be acquired in a classroom-it is a valuable lesson of life. 199 Ju, if I ,A n' Bn' A ...JL x 'N gh WOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALL ADVISGR i I I If is .P I, Q l L 5:1 'I ' . '.i-i:- :-'ff '!'l.h.:.: N .la 1 o 0 Q. CDO! sllllin : V. is , I gf fi 5' ' L if ig A A , ' Ei - L " li I 1-1 li :R ' L"-.. We iff 1 I I f T! Q9 ' -'ef D v . -1" if 45' Tw 0 .'. V ,- -A.,A1.1 +,-- E yi-Us-,-f4!A,-s , W " Margot Chambers, Floor Advisor-Orr: Mary Anne Svetlik, Floor Advisor-Mitchell: Mary Sutton, Presi- dent-Spicer: Doris Cleveland, Floor Advisor-Orr: Linda Hofle, Head Resident-Orr. WGMEN' RE IDENCE HALL OFFICERS Pat Ericson, Vice President: Julia Kulik, Secretary: Diane Murphy, Spicer House Representative: Pat Bailey, President-Orr. 201 SISLER- C AWN RE IDE CE H LL FRONT: Roger Brewin, Vice President: Bob Vaughn, President. 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M 1. 35-:j:, j,2,.f.?,.5:" Q f. :QiN ' , Aw"f ff rg ' -J, A :- Q Qi: 1 ggf?-w s Nf' n5,, -. lf T w A ' s:,f15'y:r.f-.5::..: ,Y .-Sf'gs4i-5--2 .'-me- fm- .i x w:,g' 5 4 jf- . Junk - 4, . - L 95 .Af N' .r :ffjv ww, 5557551 jg., 'Q: :fA:,33 Q ' f,i?e1f-i'j N3gM5,gi3if!,:Vj X ,..-Q -,1,X :',.,..,-,A 1 givgggal, , - ,4.gg:1i5-far! - N v- . , X M ,gy wk ,,,, 4-,Y J .rf X- , 3 ,. -E ,5'4Zi:"-f?:- V353 .g5:,:31-gig' 5. qw? K ,, f -asia,-lg 'f"dff3?"'2' U'-gf' ' 'L Q Sfgfrgg -. 15 J, ,g a if Ndqg g f , ,f'.'.g.J.g,,.f,-gnupg g:.:4.J,, ,x. Ni . XQ+f?!Q if , xe,f3.A,53 ,,,.g-.xdjk .J ,gnc M-54-' 15, n J ' lj ,px Gordon Larson Head Coach ROW ONE: Charlie Marquess, Harold Peterson, Bob Uber, Bob Waters, Mike Kura, Frank DiFiore, Olin Clay, Rich Kohanowicz, Dan Peck. ROW TWO: Dave Hickman, Dave Roller, Fred Schuett, Bob Yauger, Brad Dicker- son, Jim Barton, Doug Thomson, Dan Rich, George Fuciu, Jim Braccio, Wayne Fox. ROW THREE: Pete T t J D h I J R d B G'l L oo, on en om, oe en on, arry iway, ou Seiler, Dave Kosoy, Ron Laubaugh, Don Zwisler, Alan Woll, Gary McPartland, Jerry Stapleton. ROW FOUR: Rich Thomas, Jerry Rothermel, Gary Morrison, Jim Welling, Steve Englehart, Chet Amstutz, Al Kerkian, Ken Delany, Ron Tyson, Craig Hartz, Jerry Malizia. ROW FIVE: Joe Burger, Carl Badalich, Dave Walter, Rich Parker, Henry Maione, Tom Benner, Paul Paxton, Tom Flaherty, Grady Matthews, John Johanak, Bill Bamler, Mike Martin. Beginning the 1965 season, Coach Gordon Larson was faced with perhaps his largest rebuilding job since arriving at The University of Akron in 1961. As well as replacing five offensive linemen and four starters from his defensive platoon, Larson had to break-in two new offensive coaches. Also, he tried a new offense, geared around the passing arm of quarterback Mike Martin. To make matters worse, the Zips were attempting one of the toughest schedules in Akron U's 75-year history of football. The Acme-Zip game ended in a surprising 6-6 tie as Western Kentucky pushed across a touchdown with 33 seconds left. The Zips then suffered their first defeat at the hands of San Diego, 41-0. For the first time in seven years, an Akron team "Beat the Tigers." With an 18-0 score, the Zips upset Wittenberg and ended their 30-game winning streak and 32-game Ohio Con- ference reign. Akron now had its best shot at the OC crown in 47 years. It lost to Ball State 16-14, but won the Cowbell trophy from Wooster for the fifth straight year. The Zips then lost a heartbreaker to Capital, 15-6, and closed out the season by sweeping the last three games: Baldwin-Wallace C17-OJ, Butler C14-73, and Heidelberg SCORES AU OPP- 6 Western Kentucky 6 0 San Diego State 41 18 Wittenberg 0 14 Ball State 16 21 Wooster 8 6 Capital 15 17 Baldwin Wallace 0 14 Butler 7 14 Heidelberg O C14-OJ. Akron's 5-3-1 season gave it a tie for second place in the Ohio Conference. Quarterback Mike Martin led the OC in total offense with 1274 yards to break the previous record and was second in passing yardage with 1182 yards. The season was almost over when senior captain Jim Barton broke his left clavicle, and tackle Doug Thomson took over as team leader. Defensive tackle Al Kerkian was the only Zip to be selected to the All-Ohio Con- ference first team. However, five Akron players, Jim Barton Cendj, Doug Thomson Ctacklej, Bob Yauger Cguardj, Mike Martin Cquarterbackb, and Joe Richardson Cdefensive halfbackl, were named to the second unit. 209 X' 'iff A ww -amp- 4 'fu' -sq-ag. .wimf WY .-paw-J In . mv 'Y . 4..Zmv'.t:351 44 J Tv-?. 1 ,. ,, 'Pa- 4 I I ---.z 1 Q .,,.J1Q ,AFL- Qdbi 'I vs x CROSS COUNTRY ROW ONE: Joe Cabe, Bill Painter, Co-Captains Chuck man. ROW THREE: Greg Davis, Bob Berry, Assistant Young and George Wetherbee, Dick Rosenkrans. ROW Coach Dan Singleton. TWO: Bob Cabe, Jim Jennings, Dave Isner, Niles Bugh- Cross Country Coach Al Hall's tenth year was marked by the Zip's tenth place finish in NCAA National Col- lege Division Finals at Wheaton, Illinois. During the season, the Zips compiled a 9-0 record, the first un- defeated year for the sport at AU. The Zip harriers now have a 32-3 record in meet competition for their last three seasons. For the third year in a row, they captured the All-Ohio College title and Ohio Conference Championship. George Wetherbee and Chuck Young established a new AU course record for five miles-26:47. While Wetherbee set course records at Mount Union, Hiram, and Baldwin-Wallace, Young set a course record in the Oberlin meet. Senior co-captain Wetherbee placed second in the O.C. Championship, and first in the All-Ohio meet, while Young and Bill Painter were also top finishers. Wetherbee was the first AU harrier to be named NCAA Little All-American. Young finished eighteenth in those finals-just three places short of All-American rating. Bob Metcalf, Joe Fasick. SCORES Ohio Wesleyan Mount Union Wabash Slippery Rock Hiram Muskingum Oberlin Baldwin Wallace Ashland All Ohio Akron-First-59 Points Ohio Conference Akron-First-65 Points NCAA Small College Meet Akron-Tenth-306 points OPP 30 31 33 37 41 45 33 36 75 . 'lqlge' .ng Q 'QS vkg ,g,., K : 7 ,M ff: ' if ,, uv. ig r -. ,, -A ., . 'w'. 5.4-.33 E-g1'3"' 5.4g'fs-Qfl1'1- 'fm'-'r"?i5 uv., ..,!,,.1, i ,.,, -f-Af, A X.. ' S ++Pwffif V :ms ' .'-1' ' f'-4. -- I .1 . ' "'s.' r V . J -'Q Mw- ww 59,1 . ,, .,.,, ' -.f.4-. gm qu P: fb ' af"-"ML 1. -4 , .W 4-I 111. 3 arf, ., -r DV! fin' 2 . Vlgqav .vs -. ' .1 r "u. 1 f' 1,3-' tmifl- -5 ' D P4 N ,l , . 2 J ,vt .P-V , 5 .f:.' MAI, ,, wif., Hy, , '-. .1 YY L , Law 'f1ff9 ' ,' ' 21,145 xx, -ff 1' fi 1 .x...A'-1 1 pg I' ., .,... A r" f. ' v - YN.: ...s , .. .fnf,:,v ,A-. - . 1. ' 'J . ' if v' ,. Q"'63'7?f5f"QQ fr':"' .hx f ' J 2 ,, 14 S., 4 D x-K ww n i f l l ROW ONE: Co-Captains Dave Pearce and Carl Suiter with Bill Parry. ROW TWO: Roy Lindstrom, Udo Stillmayer, Ken Gore, Kent Marsden, Ali Habibabadi, Amadi Hassan, Joe Queiroga. ROW THREE: Head Coach Stu Parry, Bob Oldham, Doug Hartnagel, Henri LeBorgne, Dan Boucher, Andy Vadnay, Tim SOCCER Having its roughest schedule ever, the Zip soccer team had a 4-7 season, shut out three times by Oberlin and powerhouse teams Brown and Pittsburgh. Dennison, Ohio University, Ohio State, and NCAA national runner- up Michigan State scored Akron's other losses. This was the Zips' first losing season since 1955. Coach Stu Parry now has a 77-32-4 overall mark. Coach Parry's efforts to get the team into shape were complicated by injuries, including those of senior co- captains Carl Suiter and Dave Pearce. Akron had one of its best teams, but didn't get its offense clicking. Outstanding play from center halfback Dave Williams kept opponents' scores in check. High scorers for Akron were Udo Stillmayer and Jim Fonte, both with seven points. Udo was named to the All-Ohio team and the All-Midwest team for the second time. Dave Williams received a second team All-Ohio berth and honorable mention went to Carl Suiter, Andy Vadnay, and Jim Fonte. Appointed to the All-Midwest team were Fonte, Williams, Vadnay, and Joe Queiroga. Lippman, Bob Framas, Student Assistant Ed Lasoff. ROW FOUR: Bogdan Pecic, Dan Walters, Phil Sasso, Dave Wil- liams, Jack Fouts, Jim Fonte, Dan Flick, Assistant Coach Jim Parry. AU 0 1 4 3 2 2 4 3 0 O 1 213 SCORES Brown Denison Ball State Ohio Wesleyan Michigan State Ohio U. Cleveland State Wooster Oberlin Pittsburgh Ohio State OPP 3 5 0 2 5 4 0 0 3 1 4 f'ls lqgg, -, E 675 N I T! 'g 431 It ROW ONE: Manager Tom Floyd, Pete Burg, Terry O'Hare, Jerry Sloan, Ken Mackovic, Bob Smith, Mana- ger .loe Adams. ROW TWO: Head Coach Tony Laterza, Mike Maletich, Ron Brown, Rich Turner, Jack Benn, SCORES AU OPP. 95 Capital 65 94 Heidelberg 51 61 Denison 54 47 Wooster 34 77 Kent State 70 79 Geneva 65 74 Marietta 59 71 Hiram 59 77 Marietta 63 70 Buffalo 73 78 North Carolina A 81 T 72 73 Otterbein 62 85 Baldwin Wallace 88 72 Muskingum 73 93 Mount Union 61 214 .,., Roy Crite, Assistant Coach Russ Pastuck. ROW THREE: Assistant Coach Dr. Jim Ewers, Bill Turner, Don Wil- Iiams, Frank Thompson. 105 American U 66 100 Oberlin 63 75 Ohio Wesleyan 68 60 Wittenberg 44 Ohio Conference Tournament 114 Hiram 63 101 Heidelberg 80 86 Baldwin Wallace 68 102 Otterbein 82 NCAA College Division Mideast Regional 70 Youngstown 63 93 Steubenville 76 NCAA National Finals College Division 74 Long Island 68 75 Kentucky Wesleyan 105 76 North Dakota 71 Zips Third In The ation Head Coach Tony Laterza had six returning starters known as the "Big Six": Bill Turner C6-87, Don Williams C6-51, Frank Thompson C6-65, Jerry Sloan C6-15, Ken Mackovic C6-OJ, and Bob Smith 15-91, who lived up to pre-season expectations. The sextet, along with able bench support, won the first nine games before suffer- ing a mid-season slump in which it lost three of five games. However, a string of eleven straight victories followed. In the six games involving Ohio Conference and Mid-East Regional tournament action, the Zip cagers produced a phenomenal shooting average of 52.8 per- cent. As a result, they ended their 28-game schedule with a 45.8 shooting percentage for an all-time high. While mowing down all opponents, Akron averaged 90.8 points a game and limited its foes to 66.7. The OC Northern Division Championship ended in a 86-68 victory over Baldwin-Wallace. Akron outscored Otterbein, 102-82 in the OC Championship at Memorial Hall. Jerry Sloan and Ken Mackovic matched shot-for- shot with Ottterbein's All-American Don Carlos. Second-half scoring, after a close half-time lead of 30-25, put the Zips ahead of Youngstown University for a 70-63 win in the first Regional test. Steubenville College, for the second year in a row, lost to Akron, 93-76. This was Akron's third straight year as titlist in the Nlid-East Regional and entrant into the national tournament in Evansville. Akron was a surprising three-point underdog at game time in the match against Long Island University. The Zips managed to edge the Blackbirds at halftime, 27-25, and Akron was the victor, 74-68. Kentucky Wesleyan ended the Zips' 23-game winning streak and placed them in the consolation game against North Dakota. Akron bested North Dakota with a score of 76-71 to place third in the NCAA Small College Tournament. Turner, the team's leading scorer, was awarded hon- orable mention on Associated Press's Little All-Ameri- can team for the second straight year. He and Don Williams were also honored with first team berths on the All-Ohio Conference team. In addition, Turner, for the second consecutive year, was named the Mid-East Regional's Most Valuable Player. R Tony Laterza Head Coach "1. '. - ' .R-Q' .' N" ' -5 , .-pf 'ff d. 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This year's squad owns all but two standards-the 50 yard freestyle and 100 yard butter- fly. Two others are no longer run in competition-the 200 and 440 yard freestyle races. Coach Conway lacked much-needed depth, yet had two outstanding swimmers in Ed Steinmetz and Pat McDonald. Steinmetz became Akron's first two-time All-American when he finished fifth in the 400 yard individual medley and set a new school record in the process. McDonald got an Honorable Mention for his eleventh place finish in the 200 yard butterfly. Stein- metz now owns five individual AU standards and shares in the two relay marks. Steinmetz led the scoring race with 84 points with Clark Morgan who established a new 100 yard freestyle runnerup with 73 and McDonald third with 72. 217 -1...-l 5 " ROW ONE: Bill Moody, Fred Doerr, Dave Ford, Sam Bisesi, Bob Schwartz, Tom Kneeland. ROW TWO: Bill Bamler, Tim Crisafulli, Bob Kusmits, Jack Hamad, Bill Gainer, Jim Heinisch, Bruce Long, Tom Bilovecky, Assistant Coach Pete Guthrie. ROW l if 1 it-l 151.15 THREE: Head Coach Andy Maluke, Team Physician Dr. L. G. Dalheim, Dennis Cookro, Ron Stanich, John Kutka, Bob Hamad, David Luff, Fred Pines, Bob Whitmer, Tim Callahan, Manager Dick Pidwell, Dave Hickman. WRE TLI G Despite the loss of Key matmen from last season, Coach Andy Maluke's grapplers managed a winning season, 6-2-1. However, in tournament competition, Akron finished sixth, behind repeating O.C. Champ Baldwin-Wallace. A knee injury to undefeated junior Dave Hickman cut short a promising O.C. contender and left him with a 4-0-2 mark. Both Bob Kusmits and Bill Moody placed third in the 1966 O.C. championships. In nine matches, graduating captain Bob Schwartz defeated six opponents to tie Kusmits for high-point scorer. Schwartz's four-year record stands at 19-15-3. Eleven of these were pins. Coach Maluke is now one victory short of the 100 mark: in nineteen years at the helm, his record is 99-36-7. Next year, Coach Maluke will be able to mold a good team around the six freshmen and two sopho- more Iettermen who formed the nucleus of the Zip team this year. SCORES AU OPP 36 Otterbein 8 21 Muskingum 15 31 Capital 9 24 Wittenberg 16 17 Wooster 16 8 Hiram 25 19 Ohio Wesleyan 17 5 Baldwin Wallace 27 17 Oberlin 17 219 i E!FWfWffrm ' -211-.I" -Q, ' - ,I-Tygj-,7"f-W' M ' I L. Q' Ks , eff 4 z U, xi ., ' f I ,I - Q AU 1246 1236 1272 1245 1220 1271 1263 1263 1300 1 SCORES Kent State Gannon Youngstown Case Tech John Carroll John Carroll Youngstown Case Tech Kent State Gannon CForfeitJ OPP. 1252 1225 1246 1296 1267 1237 1239 1318 1341 O 220 t , Z-'- . ROW ONE: John Hinds, Jack Jones, Gayle Seymour. ROW TWO: Guy Burgess, Dennis Stanec, Tom Gough, Head Coach MfSg't. John Tubbe. RIFLE Although Akron University's home range was de- stroyed to make room for the new Student Center addi- tion, new Head Coach, MfSgt. John Tubbe, was able to use the Marine and Naval Reserve range. Unfortunately, with only two practice sessions a week, scores suffered and Akron finished with a 5-5 mark. ln competition, Akron finished third in the Lake Erie Intercollegiate Rifle Conference and third, behind West Virginia, the national champion, in the National Rifle Association sectional. ln addition MfSgt. Tubbe's marksmen finished a respectable sixth out of thirty- three teams at the Walsh Invitational Tournament held November 19 and 20 at Xavier University. The Zips, led by Jack J-ones, who finished fifth in LEIRC individual competition with a 259.8 average, re- ceived the Most Improved Team award. Akron fired a 1274 average over the latter half of the season for a surprising switch from their 1243.8 in the first half. Jones also scored the overall high of the season with a 276 out of a possible 300. SCORES AU OPP 5 Baldwin Wallace 4 1 Kenyon 8 4 Hiram 3 0 Oberlin 9 6 Mount Union 2 O Wooster 9 O Wittenberg 9 Faced with a lack of practice and rainouts, Coach Bill Beyer's tennis squad managed three wins in seven matches. All matches were played on the road against the toughest competition in the ohio Conference- Wittenberg, Oberlin, Wooster, and Kenyon. "We might have had a winning season," commented Coach Beyer, "but we were rained out of the wrong matches and had to play the best the OC offers." - At the start of the season, Beyer had to find replace- ments for his number one, three, four and six players. Lone returning lettermen were sophomores Andy Vad- nay and Joel Cosgray. However, fortunes went up with the turnout of a transfer student from Ohio State CDave Wilbertj, another sophomore letterman CRay Montgom- ery, from the 1964 squadj, and a good crop of freshmen. Opening the season at Baldwin-Wallace, the Zip net- ters showed that they had promise-after falling behind 2-4 in the singles competition, they rallied to win all three doubles matches for a 5-4 win. Sandwiched be- tween losses to Kenyon and Oberlin came two rain- shortened victories over Hiram and Mt. Union. AU then dropped the last two matches to OC champs Wittenberg and Wooster. Cosgray compiled a 4-3 mark for the best in the singles competition, and was followed by fresh- man Jim Fish with a 3-4 account. X ROW ONE: Andy Vadnay, Jim Fish, Dean Stout, Joel Cosgray. ROW TWO: Head Coach Dr. William Beyer, Dennis Labbe, Dave Wilbert, Ray Montgomery, Guenter Posjena, Jim Liebert. 5 seg. ' L - v f' Fd I i-5'5" 4 . -A -4, I , Ji: HU Y x , ' 4 'Q ROW ONE: Lou Seiler, John Floasin, Mike Maluke, Carl Rakich, Tim Brewer, Lew Cottrill, Russ Howard. ROW TWO: Student Coach Dave Roller, Marv Beal, Charlie Marquess, Wayne Steph- BASEBALL Lack of hitting, below par pitching and fielding, and inexperience accounted for a 4-12 mark suffered by the Zip baseball squad in 1966. Head Coach Jim Dennison, in his first season, sought players to fill vacancies at first, third and catcher. In filling these voids, Coach Dennison found that he had to go with inexperienced upperclassmen and freshmen. Akron's lone veteran in the pitching department was righthander Jim Olson who had pitched but nine innings in 1965. Joining him was sophomore Marv Beal, a transfer from West Virginia Wesleyan, and a newcomer from the Akron Class A league, left-handed John Haas. Behind the plate was a new catcher, sophomore Bob Waters. Freshmen were at first base CRuss Howardj, second base iCarl Rakichj, and third base CTim Brewerj. Only veterans were sophomore shortshop Mike Maluke, and outfielders senior Lew Cottrill CLFJ, and juniors Charlie Marquess QCFJ and Lou Seller CRFJ. The Zips opened the season on a winning note grab- bing the first game of a doubleheader with Kenyon, 5-2, but dropped the second 5-1. They never got above .500 after that first day. The young team was the victim of too many mental errors, and plain hard luck. As a team, the AU nine were barely outhit, 99-96, but had a batting average of .183. Yet, only three Zips batted over .200, the highest being .271. ln losing to Muskingum, the Zips pulled off a triple play. Yet the Muskees took advantage of four errors and 15 walks for an 8-1 victory. Jim Olson exemplified the Zips' luck. He pitched the opening day win over Kenyon, a three hitter, for his only victory of the year. He threw one more three hitter to Wooster and lost, 3-2. ln relief appearances, Olson went 11 innings against Baldwin Wallace only to lose 5-4 in 14 innings on a catcher's balk, and four innings at Mount Union to lose in 12 innings, 5-4, on an un- earned run. Thus was the luck of the Zips. any, John Haas, Jim Olson, Bob Waters, Frank Cocquyt, Lynn Livelsberger, Head Coach Jim Dennison. SCORES AU OPP. 5 Kenyon 2 1 Kenyon 5 1 Cleveland State 4 1 Ohio Wesleyan 4 5 Wooster 2 1 Muskingum 8 5 Findlay 3 4 Baldwin Wallace 5 2 Wooster 3 5 Ashland 3 4 Mount Union 5 0 Wittenberg 1 5 Malone 10 6 Ashland 10 O Hiram 2 0 Oberlin 2 9. ,m1wz,1.L lg l -Q -1,- ...x 'ul if-J ....'- .-..,,,,:, m. 1..- -...- af, ,--vg- LJ -Glare. -5 4.'!n.vn. fa.. v-4.5 --f- zz -few, i ..,.. J -k M . ., ,V L -e:'l' g1,4 4 1 4 135-e:Z?2T3ir:Qrf:.:a's'f' wt., it '3.,3QV , ,R ,NVEJ .!"Y. "v .. 1 L...--f -fi, I Q.. . -Q-1.1 224 ROW ONE: Niles Bughman, Dean Weirtz, Burt Robinson, Doug Price, Fred Spring, Joe Cabe, Bob Cabe. ROW TWO: Manager Bill Borgen, Al Teran, Terry O'Hare, Dave Isner, Chuck Young, George Wetherbee, Larry Pribonic, Levi Davis, Joe Fasig, Jim Braccio, Phil Lomas. ROW THREE: Assistant TRACK With a tremendous team effort, The University of Akron track squad was once again the Ohio Conference Champion for its second in a row and fifth champion- ship in the last six years. Last year Akron nipped Mount Union, 58-57M for the title. This year MU handed AU its only defeat against 10 opponents. Moreover, in fac- ing 49 opponents in the past five years, the Zips have lost only three-all to Mount Union. Coach Tom Evans took 17 men to the OC Champion- ships, 14 of them scored. Managing only four firsts, the Zips were led by Rich Turner. Turner won the 120 yard high hurdles, tied for first in the high jump, and finished second in the 440 yard intermediate hurdles behind AU's Ron Williams. Turner's 29 points made him top individual scorer of the meet for the second straight year. Bert Robinson tied the 14 foot pole vault OC record for the other Zip first. The Zips were also victorious in the OC Relays with 55 points, winning 8 out of 14 events and surpassing again the Purple Raiders of Mount Union by 15 points. Record breaking performances by ten trackmen took seven records apart. They were: George Wetherbee Cindoor mile-4:18.6J, Chuck Young Cthree mile- 14:40.6J, Bert Robinson fpole vault-14' MUD, Ron Williams C440 intermediate hurdles-:54.2J, Phil Lo- max, Ron Williams, Rich Turner, and Terry O'Hare C440 relay-:41.7 and in 880 relay-1:28.0 with Jim Braccio Coach John Lahoski, Trainer Bob Lahoski, Assistant Coach Al Hall, Greg Davis, Cal Peterson, Ron Williams, Bill Mangun, Jim Borgen, Carl Badalich, Chuck Nash, Ron Brown, Bill Marshall, Rick Turner, Don Williams, Head Coach Tom Evans, Equipment Manager Porky Dudich. replacing Lomaxj, and Joe Cabe, Bill Marshall, Wether- bee and Young Cfour mile relay-18:17.2J. For the season, O'Hare established a new all-time AU mark by scoring 124 516 points. Versatile O'Hare, who competed in the 100, 220, broad and triple jump, and 440 relay, surpassed the IIOM1 points compiled by Bill Heideman in 1963. Bert Robinson, a 5'4", 140 pound athlete, broke and rebroke his own vaulting rec- ords during the final weeks of the season. He broke Roger McKissick's mark of 14' at Oberlin with a 14'1" effort and followed up with 14'2" at Mount Union, 14'4" at Baldwin-Wallace, and 14' 5314" in the All-Ohio Meet. SCORES AU OPP. 108 Hiram 28 84 Muskingum 58 92 Capital 44 110-112 Oberlin 54-112 Cuyahoga Community 4 93 Slippery Rock 40 Wooster 37 63 Mount Union 73 68-116 Baldwin Wallace 57-113 Ohio Wesleyan 44-112 225 AU 20 V2 20Vz 14 21M 20 15M 13 11 11 12 15 17M 18 21 SCORES Baldwin Wallace Ohio Wesleyan Marietta Wittenberg Wittenberg Denison Oberlin Wooster Marietta Hiram Youngstown 'Kenyon Muskingum Heidelberg OPP. llfz 1M 12 416 6 ww 13 15 15 14 11 8Mz 8 1 GOLF The AU linksmen finished the year with 10 wins, three losses, and a tie, to push Head Golf Coach Tony Laterzas' overall marks to 95-34-5 in eleven winning seasons. In the Ohio Conference championship, the Zips fell to fifth place, their lowest finish since 1959. Coach Laterza felt he had the material and talent to grab the OC title this season with the return of three veteran lettermen, Rick Wagner, John Mess and Jim Hackett. The team was also boosted by Chuck Allen from Iowa State, and Ken Miller from Miami U CFloridaJ, and also Gil Fox, a member of the 1964 Zip team. How- ever, the squad failed to place a man close to the medalist and averaged 80 strokes plus per man. Rick Wagner, senior captain, again led the Zip links- men for the best average. Wagner closed out his four year career with a 75.1 average. Throughout his four years on the team, Wagner displayed steady improve- ment in his game, compiling an 81.0 average in 1963, 77.9 in 1964, and 76.7 last year. John Mess, another four year veteran, also leaves the scene. He and Wagner have played on the same team for seven years: before enrolling at Akron U, the two starred for Norton High School. ROW ONE: Gil Fox, Ken Miller. ROW TWO: Rick Wagner, John Mess, Chuck Allen, Jim Hackett. 17 lt' MW' L F , CHEERLE DER ROW ONE: Ed Lasoff, Bill Sloat, Mike 'Weasel' Weis- berg. ROW TWO: Jean Carver, Jean Thomas, Linda Luxon, Captain: Sue Elmer. TOP: Sue Roney. ni-. .,, v-. ,u. W., , W!! .,.-hun.. H.. ,M- -QPU Hz "5 ,. .., .. A . . as-Q .- ,...- MEN'S ' INTRAMURAL For the fifth consecutive year, Phi Delta Theta won the Inter-Fraternity Council Intramural trophy. This marked the completion of a banner year for the Men's Intramural Sports Program, in which three new sports, golf, tennis, and cross country were initiated, bringing the total number of events to ten. The season began with the slo-pitch softball tourna- ment held at Mason Park. The University 69'ers won this competition as well as that in volleyball. Other sports were held at various locations around Akron such as J. Edward Good Park for golf, Goodyear Metropolitan Park for Cross Country, and Garden Lanes for bowling. Wrestling was held on a four-day, single elimination tournament basis, in 10 weight classes. For the first time there was a day of preliminaries before the swim- ming meet in which the top six placing swimmers were selected for the final meet. ""'x .MENS PHYSICAL EDUCATION' SWIMMING POOL - FJ..- ,R 45, .- 'if 4' :JIQN kg, 230 MEN'S INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS SLO-PITCH SOFTBALL Fraternity-Lone Star University-69'ers GOLF University-Phi Delta Theta TENNIS University-Phi Delta Theta Singles-Guenther Posiena Doubles-AI Vogel and Bob Burns CROSS COUNTRY University-Phi Kappa Tau Individual-Mike Pryseski VOLLEYBALL Fraternity-Phi Delta Theta University-69'ers CHRISTMAS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Foul Shooting-Dennis Adkins Scuttle Ball-Carl Suiter, Jim Endress, and John Floasin Tournament-Segedy's Unlimiteds BASKETBALL Fraternity-Lone Star University-Segedy's Unlimiteds BOWLING Fraternity-Theta Chi Independent-Beavers High Average-Karl Kraus-191 WRESTLING Fraternity-Phi Delta Theta University-Underdogs SWIMMING Fraternity-Phi Delta Theta University-Independent Students Association TRACK Fraternity-Phi Delta Theta University-South Side Cindermen IFC Trophy- Phi Delta Theta NDA- 'TY Eh.. A Z .51 ng:-:Loggi I iv Q '?1L'1J.-' - ' "f'Ti'E A v T - '-g,"Lt':..'.f'f?+'-L - I' ' ' ' , 5 . v- ,.. - ,- 4 . - Q - - . -"u--..v-e-- v-...',ll , ....- 'sf'- - 1- "':a T .S-Q -'5- e ., as Ie, -e '. s., f If' ' -. . "-1 kim "" - - , -11 231 'U...." .Lf -,- ,Q-LTSQ. gm ag. , ,,. . --pail. Q. Ji, xm- ,. Y- .. .wsu - , -. s.J,.- Y- Q Vt.. b- .- r .Q 1 'T A-ff-fig-L - : , Q- .,,,, ni- 2,4-f 1. iwf' Ju.. any f-1 ,Qf ' di., .1 I " x' V-in ,gr -'fi 7 ,31 ' 5'1"-ef.--M1 3,,Q. -, ' Y , . bfi' -' J' ...-.lL.'l'.H:" :Q .:3 "Eff K. Y I f Fvg 5. I 1 WOMENS INTRAMURALS An additional sport, mixed badminton doubles, was included in the program of womens intramurals this year. This was the first time the Women's Recreation Association had sponsored a sport for both men and women. Participation was strong enough to give the sport a permanent place in the IM schedule. Participation by sororities, dorm groups, and inde- pendents made for a well balanced, successful season. The winning teams were representative of all these groups. The Sorority Plaque, awarded to the sorority having accumulated the highest number of place points throughout the year, went to Phi Mu. The presentation was made at the annual WRA dessert along with other individual and team awards. Women's Intramurals Champions BADMINTON DOUBLES University-Doris Cleveland and Mary Anne Svetlik VOLLEYBALL Sorority-Alpha Delta Pi University-Euclidians SWIMMING Sorority-Phi Mu University-Women's Dormitory BASKETBALL University-Theta Phi Alpha ARCHERY University-Nancy Phillips MIXED BADMINTON DOUBLES University-Doris Cleveland and Larry Ungerman Sorority Plaque-Phi Mu .J N GRADUA my Q SIjv Y YQQY V TE ff' If i idx D x Q- !l!f :J if 641- 1.U+ Q0 5,35-2yAvg.,m2.3-Q4gwg-.AxN .7 ., , A .W g+frg5,fj1.m.'f,.. Ai,f'f-Xg'f'X1:'t.f,5f"?5?15Q'7f'g? ' 'fir' , 1 :f3g.w+Q-4 ,flqks vv..w5,'5-gsgffivykf X - 1 -"1 -'.',:,3 f7f.i.:I-:.i- ' 5 11 L-112.5-3 H, .-,-,, A-,rgbg-,,f,9.,, .,, f, X ., fff'-' 4 l l X Tw? K T XT E H x NEVA ADAMSON TIMOTHY ASHTON BILL AYERS ALMA BATAL magna cum laude Q DANIEL BEASLEY JOAN BECKER IRMA BENDER cum laude CURTIS BROWN STEPHEN BLACK JAMES Bl.ANKENSHIP PAUL BOGGS cum laude 'M BUCHTEL , , COLLEGE GF LIBERAL ART 'CS FRANK BOTZ PATRICK CABE magna cum laude ERNEST CARNES LINDA CLARK JAMES COZY SANDRA DEAN cum laude 236 ga: ' 0- lpn CALVIN DEEM PENELOPE DIRRIG JOSEPH DONATELLI, JR. NANCY EARNEST magna cum laude K. ' 'G I af 1- DOUGLAS ENGSTROM ROBERT ERDOS is -Q JUDITH FISHER ROSEMARIE FOORD FREDERICK FRANKS CAROL FREED THOMAS' FUHRMAN DAVID GELLATLY magna cum laude cum Iaude fm.. CATHERINE GLESS DOLORES GLUCK JOSEPH GOTFESMAN snr ? ROBERT GREEN TERESA GRESH BUCHTEL LIBER KERMIT HALL magna cum laude RONALD HALL - LOUIS HANDLER THOMAS HARTER SUSAN HECKMAN cum laude cum laude 1 4-y T .x A Af . K X ' ROBERT HOWIESON BURTON JONES JAMES JONES 238 75 KS. JEAN GOUR Faq IDA GULLEY ROGER HAGSTROM cum laude COLLEGE OF RT 7 MARJORY HOEKJE GARY KAMM ER T xk KAREN KAUFMAN STEVE KILTAU cum laude cad? QB!-2' RICHARD KOELKER RAYMOND KOONTZ 'Z' FRANCIS KOVAC STEPHEN KOVACS dr- QQ 5' , 1:5 GUS LAGIOS DAVID LASALLE EDWARD LASOFF JOHN LAUGHLIN gill? 6 PETER LEHMICKE SUSAN LEIB ROBERT LEITCH SIEGFRIED LEIPOLD 239 l i LAWRENCE LONG A Q If VIRGIL LOWERY JOSEPH MAGGIO PATRICIA MARMADUKE 3 MELVIN MARTIN 3555 f ll JACK MCCORMICK Q29 ir KATHLEEN MILLER 'Gnu CEMON MORRIS 'W' -I sf THOMAS MASON MARILYN MATHIEW DELMONT MCANALLEN 'Y PAUL MELNICK 'VJ N, "- DORA MITISH DAVID MOSKOVITZ cum laude 240 l Al T TIMOTHY MOSS ELAINE MURDOCH JOHN MYERS WILLIAM NAGY EM is 'X .f N ' DALE NORMINGTON MARTIN OPPENHEIMER JACQUELINE PALLAGE ANNA PATTAKOU Summa CUFI1 Iallde cum laude BUCHTEL COLLEGE OF LIBERAL RT JUDITH PETRIE MARIA PHELPS arf' i JOSEPHINE PODA NORMA PURYEAR JUDITH PYETI' EDWARD QUINN summa cum laude w":!J' yin, JOHN RABB LINDA RAFFERTY SUZANNE REICH JOHN RODGERS 241 'IR' GQ 4 --5. THOMAS ROGERS I N35 M! I. B CHTEL COLLEGE OF LIBERAL NORMAN SMITH magna cum laude 'MA 'Gi RONALD STONE L'- BERNARD RUBINSTEIN TIMOTHY SCANLAN ROBERT SCHAFF SUITHTIB CUITI laude -1.9.-rl 131 DIANA SCOTT LINDA SHAW RICHARD SHERMAN cum laude 5 Q nv' " I '4 SUSAN SIMMONS WILLIAM SLOAT RICHARD STAMMLER KENNETH STEPHEN UDO STILLMAYER MARTIN TANNEHAUS ROGER TERRY ROBERT TOBIAS magna cum laude 242 LQ' I :lux 5' I ff -li-'i-'7 , R If I x , ROBERT TUCKER RAYMOND VINCENT HAROLD WASER JUDITH WATTS cum laude SP 32: DAVID WHITE RALPH YOUNG LORE'I'I'A ZARLE ELLIOT GREENBERG cum laude B CHTEL COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ART COLLEGE OE E GI EERI G in 95 KERMIT BAILEY HOWARD BRICK CARL BROKESH CHARLES BRUNY magna cum laude lib -Q, MARK BUCHTEL ROBERT DESZCZ MARION DORAZEWSKI TERRY FREASE 243 vw-.,.' RICHARD GALL DONALD GROETZ cum laude ,1- JEFFERY HICKMAN DAVID HUGHES Sq CHARLES KNORR CHARLES KUTZ COLLEGE OF E GINEERI G 1 Q., if GEORGE POROSKY GUENTER POSJENA 'I 1 1 K ,L I- V s. '5- THEODORE HALKOVICH JOHN HERBERT -35,1 AGTHOKLIS KAZANTZIS CHARLES KELLY 0' 5 un... WILLIAM LEASK JOHN MCKINNIE l MICHAEL MELVIN RICHARD MICHALEC af' if i' 3 DONALD REIGHARD JOSEPH REJKOWSKI 244 i' I-no ai VINCENT REYMANN WAYLAND RITZMAN JOEL ROSENBAUM DAVID ROUCH cum laude K fi .I If j-4 ., ,. 'FS LYNN RYLAND DAVID SCHMADER DAVID SMITH FREDERICK SNYDER cum laude ,pus 'T' .fp-P' I DONALD SPAGNUOLO WILLIAM THOMAS HOMER THORNTON JOHN TOMIC magna cum laude x. ,. I 5 TERRY TURPIN magna cum Iaude COLLEGE OF E GI EERI G l jr-h LASZLO VARGA TIMOTHY WATTS ROBERT WILLIAMS GARY YOUNG fir' BETTY ADAMS JOYCE ALLEN NANCY BARCLAY cum laude " ,N MARGARET BECKER ANN BLACK cum laude it .19 MARY ADAMS NANCY AKERS N... X-,X LINDA ARCHER CAROL BAILEY SUE BARLETI' CHRIS BEAN I' T' KATHLEEN BERENATO ALMA BERNHARDT cum laude 'TJ' MARGARET BLAMER LINDA BOLES 246 l JOHN BONENBERGER PATRICIA BREEN COLLEGE GF EDUCATIO . DAN BUIE JEAN CARVER magna cum laude in 1526 MARIE CEA BONITA CERONI MARGOT CHAMBERS LEONARD CODISPOTI cum laude BRUCE COLETTA JOSEPH CONTE BETTE CORDRAY ANGELA CREME 247 b 5 SUE CRITTEN DEN LYNN E CROOK SUE DIERINGER II 54' BARBARA DODGE COLLEGE OF EDUCATIO THOMAS FLOYD 52 JUDITH GEISINGER MARGARET FRIAR J BRENDA GLOVER A l 45 PATRICIA DERM ER cum laude FRANK CSIPKE 15" I SUSAN DODGE CAROL ANN EASTERLING . IW I ' I sg, PATRICIA ENDRESS JAMES FALANGA DORIS GALEHOUSE JUDITH GEE cum laude GRACE HAHN MARY HAMILTON ROBERT HEN DRICKSON SANDRA HILL Q . , r-"1 I ., j Jw. , I , RICHARD HORNING GAIL JOHANNI JAN ET JOHNSON fn FRED HEYBURN BARBARA HICKMAN JUDITH HILL JAYNE HIVELY JUDITH HOPE L PAMELA HURD DAVID INGLE JANE JESKE 'QT BOB JOHNSON CAROL JOHNSON JAMES JOHNSON 1 Q3-'r' 'v-I CHERYL JUST WILLIAM JUST RICKI KASTAN 249 .I L.. l 1223" , Gi ? DUANE KESSLER JOHN KESTER MARY ANN KING NEIL KOCHOSKY cum laude X ing,- ? 2 CAROL KONEFF BERNADINE KOVALCHIN KAREN KROPKO WILLIAM KROSKY cum laude DORA KUTZ CHERYL LADICK Ii fa , I I e BETTY LANDER ,wwf L. ks: BARBARA LAUGHLIN JANET LAWRY Z T' ROBERT MADICK BARBARA MATH EWS DOROTHY MATTSON PHYLLIS MOKE TLj..jP ' . uvw, V. :Qs-71 JOYCE LEUBITZ TEDD MALCOM DOLLY MATOINA JAMES LEVY CHERYL LUCCHESI 5 A m TERRY MALISH SANDRA MALONE COLLEGE OF EDUCAT O fq Ill 2 Q iii sf ik if Hs If BEATRICE MCLAUGHLIN KAREN MELHORN LARRY MILLER 'X' --I VALERIE MOSES LYNNE MURPHY MARY ANN MYERS cum laude MARY AN N NAHAS '-f-- PATRICIA NULL -sa-4' div I ROBERT OSBORNE CYNTHIA PHILLIPS ARLENE PRACK IAIN NEIDERT SUE NETLING 1 SHARON NEWMAN magna cum laude COLLEGE OF f EDUCATIO SHELIA OAKES es- BETTY OWENS RALPH PAONESSA 'ir' JAN ET PISCAZZI ANN POGWIZD JOAN NA PRATTS DAVID ROLLER 252 GLORIA PARKINSON CARLTON POSTEN THOMAS ROSS JOHN SAROS L X .I I 4' DARRINGTON SEALS SUSAN SMITH MARY SPEARS JANET STEI N ELIZABETH SASSAMAN and 'Ii' DANIEL SINGLETON ' X 5 N BARBARA soMMERs JEAN STARK BLENDA STUMP ALICE SCHNEIDER DENNIS SMITH MARY SPAGNUOL0 FORREST STEIN S Ai' If JON SWIRES 0' 'S JUDY THATCH ER CAR LEY TRACY COLLEGE OF EDUCATIO WILLIAM VOINOV FRANCES WHITE NANCY WOODRUFF EDNA WEAVER cum laude MOLLY WILEY magna cum laude BE'I'l'Y ZAGER vi fi A eff' ' 2 -f I CAROL TRIFNOFF BARBARA TYLER 3 A lg - ' JOSEPH WEBB sg YVONNE WILLIAMS 1-.fix MARCIA ZIED gnu UW 8' JOYCE TURNER 5-N W6 1 'xf WX X fv DORIS VALENTINE MARGARET WEIKERT KEN NETH WOLFE ip- 'JA 'G PAULE'I'I'E ZUMPANO Q0 'Y ,, , --' " 2: 49 LAWRENCE BAUGHMAN DAN BLOOM SCOTT BROWN MICHAEL BURNS 2 """'T' COLLEGE OF BU I SS , . ADMINI STR TIO JUDITH CAMPBELL JAMES CARLIN cum laude 1.1751 'JI' KENNETH CARTER HAROLD CHRISTMAN CARL CLARK ROBERT COY 255 l 42 lab' gn- 'Z' auf' Lift ALEXANDER DARAGO ROBERT DAVIES DAVID DEVORE JOHN DICKINSON 1 ls ask in 3 anna x -?-If J,-ff!-gg, DAVID DONALDSON ROBERT DONATELLI JAMES DOYLE JAMES DYE COLLEGE OF USINESS ADMINISTRATIO HENRY ELGES QQ K '37 jst BONELL ELLIS PATRICK ENRIGHT BRUCE FIKE 6 "C- fn' DONALD FLATT WILLIAM FLEMING HARVEY FOX JAMES FREELAND KAREN FREY 'Z A4 'T U' 4' .-...,, in-,ll .,,, GERALD GEHRINGER KENNETH GOORE ERNEST GRAF 1 r 7. 3 '5' C- T" ROGER GREY DOUGLAS GRUEDER PETER GUTHRIE 54:-- nv' " ' JACK HARPOOL NIMROD HARRIS TIM HAURY I 2, ""' 4-4 . DONALD HAYDEN CHARLES INAMA JOHN KIRKPATRICK ROBERT KLOCKER l BARRY LEFKOWITZ ROBERT LEONARD JOHN LOHAN ROBERT LOUDIN 257 'N-'I anis: 'fini 3 i EUGENE LUNIESKI WALTER MAYHEW RICHARD MCCUNE 535 6-1' I ROBERT MCELCAR nag P DONALD MERCHANT MICHAEL MESSNER . 5- bf "x 1'7" THOMAS MYERS STEVEN NEMETH WILLIAM NETTA WENDY NYE summa cum laude COLLEGE OF BUSI ESS ADMI I TR TIO gl RICHARD OCEPEK nf-' RICHARD OSBORNE JOSEPH PALMER JERRY PAR 258 Q' 1 Y i DUE OSWALD PETRI ROBERT POLLOCK y Zi? Ss - T-.-Q-ji K. DAVID REMARK magna cum laude K A E w HAROLD ROSEN BLATT ROBERT SCHWEITZER ff-w DENNIS STAFFORD .4 i' DAVID PRESSLER 75 . ig ? ' , 5' r A. U CARL ROBINSON ,..... FRANK SAMUELSON fr'- JAM ES SHOEN FELT ...- 'X' DONALD STEININGER ALEXANDER RADIN DARRELL ROGERSON . M? bg iv X i GLEN SCHMITTEL CHARLES SCHOTZINGER BARBARA SMITH ALAN SPRINGER CARL SU ITER lx Tel QQ --g 'Q- HAROLD SWEENEY WILLIAM TRUAX BARRY TUMPSON JAMES TURNER COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTR TIO ua' ft" "-'..., BARRY ULRICH JAMES UNRUH ALAN VOGEL cum laude 15 'C 'Kg JOHN VOLK PATRICK WACK GARY WAGONER .5-I ROBERT WEIRATH RONALD WENINGER BONITA WEST ALBERT WILCOX cum laude cum laude 260 .l 4 Q12 P 'tr- THOMAS ARMSTRONG GEORGE CLARK MILTON KLEINMAN COLLEGE OF L W l lin.. 15 3 4' DONALD LITTLE BRUCE NIETZ CARL MEADOR 6 r LARRY SWANEY FRANK TROY NICHOLAS WELLMAN DENNIS WHALEN WESLEY WOODFORD ERNEST ZIED 261 'ui 'al' xX WILLIAM CARROLL CHERYL CRAWFORD LESLIE FERRELL KAREN HENGLE "Vp .pup DONNA HILLS COMMUNITY AN TECHNICAL COLLEGE DANIEL HOWARD D 1'1" 1 LOUIS KRAFI' CHERYL LIPARI JUDITH MARKS DIANNE MERCER Y n 'r 1 . In IQ f f , A CLINTON MoEwE MARY ANN MYERS 262 Q--x SANDRA PUTMAN SHARON RAMOSKA JANIS SALYER DORIS SHAVER NANCY SMITH KATHLEEN SYKES ..4,"m -, II ' .,J fIIn3'.gg,1 Qv If 'qi IfI.IgggfH' I . PATRICIA TAYLOR JENNIFER wAsER SANDRA wI-IITMORE 263 I I I 1 ' I f I I I 1 i' E IOR DIRECTORY Adamson, Neva-B.A. Liberal Arts Delta Gamma: Lambda Pi: Au Associate Scholarship: Freshman Counselor: Panhellenic Council: Women's League Hostess: Tel-Buch Finalist. Adams, Betty-B.S. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Dean's List: Pixley Scholarship: Who's Who: YWCA, President: SCPB: Radio Workshop: SNEA: Tel-Buch: WRA: University Singers. Adams, Mary-B.S. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Newman Club: SNEA: ACE: YWCA Akers, Nancy-B.S. Education Allen, Joyce-B.S. Education Delta Zeta: Panhellenic Representative: Women's League: University Theatre Usher Archer, Linda-B.S. Nursing Armstrong, Thomas-Doctor of Jurisprudence Ashton, Timothy-B.A. Liberal Arts Phi Delta Theta, Secretary: Phi Eta Sigma: Who's Who: College Ambassador to Chile: Dean's List: Associate Scholarship: Channing Club, President: University Orchestra: Sociology Club: IFC: Akron Tutorial Project: Graduate Study Club. Ayers, William-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Chi Sigma, President Bailey, Carol-B.S. Education Phi Mu: College Club Scholarship: Physical Education Club, Vice-President: Synchronized Swimming Club: Women's League Council: Student Council: SCPB: WRA, Vice-President: Freshman Counselor: Homecom- ing Committee Chairman. Bailey, Kermit-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Tau: American Society of Me- chanical Engineers. Barclay, Nancy-B.S. Education Kappa Delta Pi: Alex Shulman Scholarship. Barlett, Sue-B.A. Education South Akron Board of Trade Scholarship: Johnson Club. Baughman, Lawrence-B.S. Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha: EGO Political Party, Treasurer. Bean, Christine-B.S. Education Phi Mu: ACE: YWCA. Beasley, Daniel-B.A. Liberal Arts National Collegiate Players Honorary, Vice-President: Pixley Speech Awards: Associate Scholarship: Psy- chology Club, President: Theatre Guild, President: Dean's List: WAUP-FM: Research Assistant: Woodrow Wilson Nominee. Becker, Margaret-B.S. Education Dean's List: Newman Club: ACE: SNEA: Intramurals. Berenato, Kathleen-B.A. Education Delta Zeta: Home Economics Club: Newman Club: Women's League: May Day Queen Candidate. Bernhardt, Alma-B.S. Education Bitting, Charles--B.A. Education Distinguished Military Student: Brigade Commander, Army ROTC: First Battalion Commander, Pershing Rifles. Black, Ann-B.S. Education Alpha Sigma Lambda. Black, Stephen-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Delta Theta, President: Associates Scholarship: Phi Sigma: Young Republicans Club. Blamer, Margaret-B.S. Education Dean's List. Blankenship, James-B.S. Liberal Arts 264 Bloom, Dan-B.S. Business Administration Accounting Association, President. Boggs, Paul-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Delta Theta: Top Ten Pledge: Dean's List: Associ- ates Scholarship: Swimming Team, Captain: Computer Laboratory Assistant. Boles, Linda-B.S. Education. Delta Gamma. Bonenberger, John-B.S. Education Lambda Chi Alpha: Football Team: Swimming Team: Baseball Team. Botz, Frank-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Sigma Alpha. Breen, Patricia-B.A. Liberal Arts B.S. Education Theta Phi Alpha: Dean's List: Psi Chi: Newman Club: WRA: ACE: Scabbard 8. Blade ROTC Sponsor: Battalion ROTC Sponsor: Tel-Buch Queen Runner-up: Home- coming Queen. Brick, Howard-B.S. Electrical Engineering IEEE: Rifle Team. Brokesh, Carl-B.S. Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Tau: Newman Club, President: IEEE. Brown, J. Curtis-B.A. Liberal Arts Brown, Scott-B.S. Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau: Distinguished Air Force Cadet: Associ- ate Scholarship: Marketing Club: SCPB: Arnold Air Society, Commander. Bruny, Charles-B.S. Civil Engineering Sigma Tau: ASCE: Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade. Buchtel, Mark-B.S. Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau: Scabbard and Blade: IEEE. Buie, Dan-B.S. Education Tau Kappa Epsilon, President: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi: A-Key: Who's Who: Freshman Counselor: Detty Jane Lichtenwalter Schol- arship: Top Ten Pledge: University Orchestra: Uni- versity Singers: Dean's List: May Day Committee Head: Residence Hall Advisor: IFC. Burns, Michael-B.S. Business Administration Pi Kappa Epsilon: Accounting Club: Intramural sports. Butler, Karen-B.S. Education Associate Scholarship: George W. Matthews Scholar- ship: Geography Club: ACE. Cabe, Patrick-B.A. Liberal Arts Lambda Chi Alpha, President: Phi Sigma Society: Psi Chi: Biology Club: Psychology Club: Soccer Team. Carlin, James-B.S. Industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha: Industrial Management Club: Amer- ican Management Club. Carnes, Ernest Jr.-B.A. Liberal Arts Scabbard and Blade: Reserve Officers' Association Award: Associate Scholarship: University Band: Univer- sity Erchestra: National ROTC Band Association, Pres- I en . Carroll, William-Associate in Mechanical Design Carter, Kenneth--B.S. Business Administration Marketing Club. Carver, Jean-B.S. Education Alpha Gamma Delta, President: Associate Scholarship: ACE: Women's League: Who's Who: A-Key: Cheer- leader: Homecoming Committee Chairman: Casbah Committee Chairman: Greek Week Committee Chair- man: Majorette. Cea, Marie-B.S. Education Kappa Delta Pi: Geography Club. Ceroni, Bonita-B.S. Education Delta Zeta. Chambers, Margot-B.S. Education Women's Residence Hall President: Residence Hall Adviser: WRA. Christie, Charles--B.S. Business Administration Phi Delta Theta. Christman, Harold Jr.-B.S. Industrial Management Clark, Carl-B.S. Industrial Management Clark, George-B.S. Industrial Management Law School Book Awards: Student Bar Association: Phi Alpha Delta. Clark, Linda-B.A. Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mortar Board, President: Phi Sigma Alpha: Lambda Pi, President: Kappa Delta Pi: Dean's List: Associate Scholarship: lrl A. Frederick Scholarship: French Club: Spanish Club, Vice-President: University Theatre: Tel-Buch Staff: A-Key: Buchtelite Staff: SNEA: Freshman Counselor: Top Ten Pledge: Akron Summit Tutorial Project. Codispoti, Leonard-B.S. Education Newman Club. Coletta, Bruce-B.A. Education Theta Chi: Newman Club: Political Science Club. Conte, Joseph-B.S. Education Geography Club. Cordray, Bette-B.S. Education Alpha Sigma Lambda. Coy, Robert-B.S. Industrial Management Cozy, James Jr.-B.A. Liberal Arts Psi Chi: Psychology Club, Vice-President. Crawford, Cheryl-Associate in Secretarial Science Dean's List: Theatre Guild. Creme, Angela-B.S. Education Newman Club: ACE. Crittenden, Susan-B.S. Education - SCPB: Tel-Buch Index Editor: Senior Class Committee Chairman: May Day Committee Chairman: Residence Hall Vice-President: Alternate Residence Hall Advisor: FSA: Home Economics Club: Homecoming Queen Candidate: May Queen Candidate. Crook, Lynne-B.A. Education n Dean's List: Associate Scholarship: Campus Christian Fellowship: SNEA. Csipke, Frank-B.S. Education University Theatre: Newman Club: Young Democrats Club. Darago, Alexander-B.S. Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon: Dean's List: Finance Club: Intramurals: IFC: University Bowling League, President. Davies, Robert-B.S. Industrial Management Phi Delta Theta: Industrial Management Club: Base- ball Team. Dean, Sandra-B.A. Liberal Arts Sigma Delta Tau, President: Sociology Club: Freshman Counselor: Panhellenic Council. Deen, Calvin-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Chi Sigma. Dermer, Patricia-B.S. Education Newman Club: Dean's List: SNEA: Newman Club Key Award. Deszcz, Robert-B.S. Civil Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha: Junior ASCE, Vice-President: New- man Club: Intramurals. DeVore, David-B.S. industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha, President: Associate Scholarship: Student Council: IRC: Marketing Club: Industrial Man- agement Club: Society for the Advancement of Man- agement: Intramurals. Dickinson, John Jr.-B.S. Industrial Management Tau Kappa Epsilon. Dieringer, Sue-B.S. Education Delta Gamma, President: Mortar Board: A-Key: Who's Who: Dean's List: Top Ten Pledge: Delta Gamma Na- tional Senior Scholarship: Student Council: ROTC Bat- talion Sponsor: ROTC Brigade Commander: Freshman Counselor: Junior Board Member: Homecoming Co- Chairman: May Day Committee Chairman: SNEA: ACE: Buchtelite Reporter. Dirrig, Penelope-B.A. Liberal Arts Theta Phi Alpha: Who's Who: A-Key: Mortar Board: Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Sigma Alpha: United Steelworkers of America Scholarship: Associate Scholarship: IFC-Panhellenic Scholarship: Pixley Award. Dodge, 'Barbara-B.S. Education ISA. Dodge, Susan-B.S. Education Donatelli, Joseph-B.A. Liberal Arts International Students' Club, Vice-President: Spanish Club, President. Donatelli, Robert-B.S. Industrial Management Pi Kappa Epsilon: IFC: Intramurals. Dorazewski, Marion-B.S. Electrical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha: IEEE: Student Council. Doyle, James-B.S. Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon: Accounting Association: Freshman Counselor: Student Council. Dwoskin, Marc-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Epsilon Pi: Phi Sigma Society: Biology Club: Soccer Team: Intramurals: Freshman Counselor. Dye, James-B.S. Business Administration Earnest, Nancy-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Kappa Alpha, President: Women's League: Pan- hellenic Council: Home Economics Club: Campus Christian Fellowship: May Day Committee: Homecom- ing Queen Candidate: Acme-Zip Sweetheart. Easterling, Carol-B.S. Education Kappa Kappa Gamma. Elges, Henry-B.S. Industrial Management Industrial Management Club: Football Team. Ellis, Bonnell-B.S. Industrial Management Golf Team. Endress, Patricia-B.S. Education Delta Gamma, President: SCPB: Panhellenic Council: Army ROTC Sponsor: Homecoming Committee Chair- man. Engstrom, Douglas-B.A. Liberal Arts Sabre Squadron: Panther Flight: Arnold Air Society: ISA. Enright, Patrick-B.S. Industrial Management Dean's List: Industrial Management Club: Rifle Team, Captain. Erdos, Robert-B.A. Liberal Arts Pershing Rifles: Sabre Squadron. Falanga, James-B.A. Education Phi Kappa Tau: SCPB: WAUP-FM. Ferrell, Leslie-Associate in Transportation Fike, Bruce-B.S. Industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha: IFC, President: Student Council: Homecoming Co-Chairman: Dean's List: May Day Co- Chairman. Fisher, Judith-B.A. Liberal Arts Phi Mu: Mortar Board, Vice-President: Who's Who: Dean's List: Freshman Counselor: Associate Scholar- ship: Women's League: Panhellenic Council: Johnson Club: Political Science Club. Flatt, Donald-B.S. Business Administration Dean's List: Finance Club, President: AFROTC Wing Inspector: Sabre Squadron: Arnold Air Society. Fleming, William-B.S. Business Administration Accounting Association. Floyd, George-B.S. Education Pi Kappa Epsilon: Otis C. Hatton Scholarship: SNEA. Foord, Rosemarie-B.A. Liberal Arts Associate Scholarship: Pixley Scholarship. Fox, Harvey-B.S. Industrial Management Franks, Frederick-B.A. Liberal Arts 265 SE IOR DIRECTORY Frease, L. Terry-B.A. Civil Engineering ASCE. Freed, Carol-B.A. Liberal Arts Associate Scholarship: Coppervveld Steel Company Scholarship. Freeland, James J.-B.S. Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau: Finance Club, President: Accounting Club: Society for the Advancement of Management: Buchtelite Staff: lntramurals. Frey, Karen-B.S. Business Administration Mortar Board: Beta Delta Psi: Associate Scholarship: Acme-Zip Scholarship: Newman Club: Accounting Club: Finance Club: Buchtelite Staff: WAUP: Tel-Buch Staff: WRA: Acme-Zip Sweetheart: May Day Committee Chair- man: Homecoming Committee Chairman. Friar, Margaret-B.A. Education Pi Beta Phi. Fuhrman, Thomas-B.A. Liberal Arts Sociology Club, Vice-President: Evening College Stu- dent Council: Nite Life. Galehouse, Doris-B.S. Education Alpha Sigma Lambda. Gall, Richard-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Associate Scholarship: Akron District Society of Pro- fessional Engineers' Scholarship: American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Sigma Tau: Dean's List. Gee, Judith-B.S. Education Phi Mu: Junior Class Vice-President: Senior Class Board: Women's League: Student Council: Angel Flight, Administrative and Executive Officer: SCPB: A-Key: Who's Who: University Singers: Homecoming Queen Candidate. Gehringer, Gerald-B.S. Industrial Management Phi Delta Theta: Industrial Management Club: May Day Committee Chairman. Geisinger, Judith--B.S. Education Kappa Kappa Gamma: SNEA: Panhellenic Council. Gellatly, David-B.A. Liberal Arts Gless, Catherine-B.A. Liberal Arts Dean's List: Newman Club: Sociology Club: Acme-Zip Sweetheart. Glover, Brenda-B.A. Education International Student's Club, Vice-President: Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship: Campus Christian Fellow- ship. Gluck, Dolores-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Sigma Society: Biology Club. Goore, Kenneth-B.S. Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi: A-Key: Who's Who: Philosophy Club: Marketing Club: IFC: Student Council: May Day Com- mittee Chairman: Homecoming Committee Chairman: lntramurals: Freshman Counselor. Gottesman, Joseph-B.S. Liberal Arts Gour, Jean-B.S. Liberal Arts Graf, Ernest-B.S. Business Administration Accounting Association, Vice-President Green, Victoria-B.A. Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gamma: Johnson Club. Greenberg, Elliott-B.S. Labor Relations Alpha Epsilon Pi: Economics Club: IFC: Freshman Counselor: May Day Committee Chairman. Greene, Robert-B.A. Liberal Arts Gresh, Tersa-B.A. Liberal Arts Pindy Wagner Scholarship Grey, Roger-B,S. Industrial Management Theta Chi, Vice-President: Industrial Management Club: Arnold Air Society. 266 Groetz, Donald-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Pi Kappa Epsilon: American Society of Mechanical En- gineers: lntramurals. Grueder, Douglas-B.S. Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau: Dean's List: Marketing Club: Beta Delta Psi: lntramurals. Gulley, Ida-B.A. Liberal Arts Delta Sigma Theta: Dean's List: Clarence L. Hyde Scholarship: Campus Christian Fellowship: Sociology Club: Akron-Summit Tutorial Project. Guthrie, Peter-B.S. Industrial Management Pi Kappa Epsilon: Industrial Management Club, Vice- President: Finance Club: Football Team: Wrestling Team: Football and Wrestling Coach: Residence Hall Vice-President: Buchtelite Staff. Hagstrom, Roger-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Delta Theta, President: Dean's List: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Chi Sigma: SCPB: IFC. Hahn, Grace-B.S. Education Halkovich, Ted-B.S. Civil Engineering Production Management Club: ASCE. Hall, Kermit-B.A. Liberal Arts Dean's List: Phi Alpha Theta: lrl A. Frederick Scholar- ship: General Electric College Bowl Alternate: Fresh- man Counselor: Army ROTC Brigade Commander: AUSA, President: Scabbard and Blade: Distinguished Military Student. Hall, Ronald-B.S. Liberal Arts Tau Kappa Epsilon. Hamilton, Mary-B.A. Education Ervin D. Fritch Scholarship: Spanish Club: ISA: Wom- en's League: SNEA. Hammontree, Daniel-B.S. Industrial Management Pi Kappa Epsilon, President: May Day Committee Chairman: Freshman Counselor: Songfest. Handler, Louis-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Epsilon Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Dean's List. Harpool, Jack-B.S. Industrial Management Phi Delta Theta: Dean's List: Industrial Management Club: Society for the Advancement of Management: Scabbard and Blade. Harris, Nimrod-B.S. Business Administration Harter, Thomas-B.A. Liberal Arts Distinguished Military Student: Dean's List: Knight Foundation Scholarship: Army ROTC Battalion Com- mander: Association of the U.S. Army: Scabbard and Blade. Haury, Tim-B.S. Business Administration Finance Club. Hayden, Donald-B.S. Industrial Management Heckman, Susan-B.A. Liberal Arts Theta Phi Alpha, Vice-President: Dean's List: Pixley Award: Newman Club: Johnson Club: May Day Com- mittee Chairman: Homecoming Committee Chairman: lntramurals. Hendrickson, Robert-B.S. Education Marketing Club. Hengle, Karen-Associate in Secretarial Science Theta Phi Alpha. Herbert, John-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Associate Scholarship: ASME. Heyburn, Frederick-B.S. Education University Singers: University Orchestra: University Band: Fine Arts Festival Soloist. Hickman, Barbara-B.S. Education Delta Gamma: Dean's List: Junior Panhellenic Council Advisor: WRA, President: Army ROTC Sponsor: Tel- Buch Queen Attendant: May Day Court. Hickman, Jeffrey-B.S. Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Tau: Associate Scholarship: IEEE: Student Council. Hill, Janice-B.A. Liberal Arts Alpha Gamma Delta: Phi Alpha Theta: Dean's List: Internship for Community Leadership: SNEA. Hill, Sandra-B.S. Education Phi Mu: Campus Christian Fellowship: SCPB: Women's League. Hills, Donna-Associate in Secretarial Science Dean's List: National Secretaries Association Scholar- ship: FSA, President. Hively, Jayne-B.S. Nursing Hoekje, Marjory-B.A. Liberal Arts Hope, Judith-B.S. Education Alpha Gamma Delta: Dean's List: Physical Education Club, President: YWCA: WRA. Horning, Richard-B.S. Education Basketball Team: Buchtelite Staff. Howieson, Robert-B. A. Liberal Arts Tau Kappa Epsilon: International Students' Club: In- tramurals. Hughes, David--B.S. Electrical Engineering WAUP Radio Workshop. Hurd, Pamela-B.S. Education Delta Zeta: ACE: Women's League lnama, Charles-B.S. Industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha: Newman Club: Industrial Manage- ment Club: Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. lngle, David-B.A. Education Theta Chi: Distinguished Military Student: May Day Committee Chairman: Campus Chest Chairman. Jeske, Jane-B.A. Education International Club: Spanish Club: Campus Christian Fellowship. Johanni, Gail-B.S. Education Johnson, Bobby-B.S. Education Football Team. Johnson, Carol-B.S. Education Delta Gamma, Vice-President: SCPB: Junior Panhel- lenic Council Advisor: Greek Week Co-Chairman. Johnson, James-B.A. Education Phi Kappa Tau: Student Council: Intramurals. Johnson, Janet-B.S. Education Newman Club: ACE: Akron-Summit Tutorial Project: May Day Committee Chairman: Intramurals. Jones, Burton-B.A. Liberal Arts Alpha Phi Alpha, Vice-President: Track Team: Football Team: Freshman Counselor. Jones, James-B.A. Liberal Arts Lambda Chi Alpha: Dean's List: Student Council: Politi- cal Party Committee Chairman: Freshman Counselor: Songfest: IFC. Just, Cheryl-B.A. Education Tau Kappa Phi, President. Just, William-B.A. Education Kammer, Gary-B.A. Liberal Arts Alpha Epsilon Pi: Dean's List: Phi Sigma: Greek Week Co-Chairman. Kastan, Ricki-B.S. Education Sigma Delta Tau, President: Panhellenic Council: May Day Committee Chairman: Greek Week Committee Chairman: Homecoming Committee Chairman: Home- coming Queen Candidate: Acme-Zip Sweetheart: Buch- telite Staff. Kaufman, Karen-B.A. Liberal Arts Phi Mu: Who's Who: Mortar Board: Alpha Lambda Del- ta: Dean's List: Foster Scholarship: Associate Scholar- ship: lrl A. Frederick Scholarship: Pixley Scholarship: Women's League, President: SCPB: Angel Flight: Stu- dent Council: Internship for Community Leadership: Dean's Council: Extracurricular Committee: Hilltop Highlights, Co-Editor: Panhellenic Council: Buchtelite Staff. Kazantzis, Agathoklis-B.S. Electrical Engineering IEEE. Kelly, Charles-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Sabre Squadron: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Kester, John-B.A. Education Arnold Air Society: Wrestling Team. Kiltau, Steve-B.A. Liberal Arts Phi Delta Theta: A-Key: Who's Who: Distinguished Mili- tary Student: Associate Scholarship: Student Council, Vice-President: IFC, Vice-President: Residence Hall Ad- visor: Freshman Counselor: ROTC Battalion Comman- der: lntramural Commissioner Board: Buchteletter Edi- tor: Buchtelite Staff: May Day Committee Chairman: University Singers: Tel-Buch Staff: Scabbard and Blade: Tel-Buch King Court. King, Mary Ann-B.S. Nursing Kirkpatrick, John-B.S. Business Administration Ac- counting Association. Kleinman, Milton-Doctor of Jurisprudence Corpus Juris Secundum Award: Dean's List: Student Bar Association. Klocker, Robert-B.S. Industrial Management Scabbard and Blade: Newman Club: Tel-Buch Sports Editor: Buchtelite Staff: May Day Committee Chairman: Intramurals. Knorr, Charles-B.S. Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau: Phi Eta Sigma: National Rubber Machinery Scholarship: Akron Junior Chamber of Commerce Scholarship: IEEE. Kochosky, Neil-B.A. Education Lambda Chi Alpha: Forensic Debate: University Sing- ers: Soccer Team, Captain: Touchdown Award: Theatre Guild. Koneff, Carol-B.A. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Associate Scholarship: Isaac-Lieber- mann Scholarship: Jason-Corrane-Sumner Scholarship: Dean's List: Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Alpha Theta: ICL: YWCA: SNEA, Vice-President: Mortar Board: Newman Club: Freshman Counselor: WRA. Koontz, Raymond-B.A. Liberal Arts Lambda Chi Alpha. Kovac, Francis--B.A. Liberal Arts Pi Kappa Delta: Debate Team: Newman Club. Kovalchin, Bernadine-B.S. Nursing Kraft, Louis-Associate in Chemical Technology Kroah, Milton-B.A. Education Phi Kappa Tau: Campus Chest Co-Chairman: Arnold Air Society: Newman Club. Kropko, Karen-B.S. Education Sigma Delta Tau, President, Vice-President: Panhel- lenic Council, Vice-President: Greek Week Co-Chair- man: Dean's List: Associate Scholarship: Copperweld Steel Scholarship: Women's Art League Award: Buch- telite Staff. Krosky, William-B.A. Education Lambda Chi Alpha Kutz, Dorz-B.A. Education WAUP Radio Workshop: Johnson Club: Newman Club. Ladick, Cheryl-B.A. Education Kappa Kappa Gamma: Dean's List: Philosophy Club: YWCA: WRA: Women's League: Songfest: Young Re- publicans Club. Lagios, Gus-B.A. Liberal Arts Student Council: Political Science Club: Arnold Air Society. Lander, Elizabeth-B.S. Education Dean's List. LaSalle David-B.S. Liberal Arts Diebler Award for Medical Technology: Appointment to Faculty, Biology Department: Phi Sigma Society: ACS. 267 E ICR DIRECTGRY Lasoff, Edward-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Epsilon Pi: A-Key: Who's Who: Gittleson Medal- lion: University Theatre: Family Plays: Children's Thea- ter: Theater Guild: WAUP: SCPB: Hilltop Highlights: Student Council: Buchtelite Staff: Tel-Buch Staff: Cheer- leader: May Day Committee Chairman: Akron-Summit Tutorial Project: Soccer Team: Wrestling Team. Laughlin, Barbara-B.S. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Associate Scholarship: Angel Flight: SNEA: ACE: YWCA. Lawry, Janet-B.A. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Associate Scholarship: Women's Lea- gue: SNEA: YWCA: WRA. Leask, William-B.S. Electrical Engineering Associate Scholarship: IEEE. Lefkowitz, Barry-B.S. Business Administration Intercollegiate Debate: Forensic Union: Pocket Billiards Champion. Lehmicke, Peter-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Chi Sigma, Vice-President: Debate Team: Pi Kappa Delta: ISA. Leib, Susan-B.A. Liberal Arts Sigma Delta Tau: Dean's List: Buchtelite Staff: Pan- hellenic Council. Leipold, Siegfried-B.S. Liberal Arts Leitch, Robert-B.A. Liberal Arts Leonard, Robert-B.S. Industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha. Leubitz, Joyce-B.S. Education Lockshin Scholarship: ACE: SNEA. Levy, James--B.S. Education Lipari, Cheryl-Associate in Secretarial Science Alpha Gamma Delta: WRA: YWCA: Women's League: French Club. Little, Donald-Doctor of Jurisprudence Lohan, John-B.S. Industrial Management Long Lawrence-B.S. Liberal Arts Theta Chi, Vice-President: May Day Chairman: Tel-Buch Staff: Freshman Counselor: May Day Committee Chair- man: Greek Week Committee Chairman. Loudin, Robert-B.S. Business Administration Finance Club: Accounting Club: Marketing Club: AUSA. Lowery, Virgil-B.S. Liberal Arts Lucchesi, Cheryl-B.S. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Angel Flight: Student Council: Tel-Buch Attendant: YWCA: SNEA: ACE: Homecoming committee. Lunieski, Eugene-B.S. Business Administration Newman Club: Intramurals. Madick, Robert-B.S. Education Phi Delta Theta: Newman Club: Football Team. Maggio, Joseph-B.A. Liberal Arts Pi Kappa Epsilon: WAUP Radio Workshop. Malcolm, Tedd-B.S. Education Swimming Team. Malish, Terry-B.S. Education Phi Delta Theta Marks, Judith-Associate in Secretarial Science Sigma Delta Tau: Student Council: Casbah Committee. Marmaduke, Patricia-B.A. Liberal Arts Theta Phi Alpha: Phi Alpha Theta. Martin, Melvin-B.S. Liberal Arts Mason, Thomas--B.A. Liberal Arts Mathews, Barbara-B.S. Education AEA. 268 Mathiew, Marilyn-B.S. Liberal Arts Delta Zeta, Vice-President: Home Economics Club Vice President. Matoian, Dolly-B.A. Education Alpha Gamma Delta, President, Vice-President: Dean's List: May Day Committee: Greek Week Committee Chairman: Songfest Committee Chairman: Women's League: Freshman Counselor: YWCA. Mattson, Dorothy-B.S. Education Women's League: WRA: Physical Education Club: Syn- chronized Swim Club: YWCA: WRA: Euclideans. Mayhew, Walter-B.S. Business Administration McAnallen, Delmont-B.A. Liberal Arts Phi Kappa Tau: Young Democrats Club: Young Repub- licans Club: Sociology Club: Mock UN Convention Dele- gate: May Day Committee Chairman: Sabre Squadron: Golf Team: Intramurals. McCormick, Jack-B.A. Liberal Arts Akron-Summit Tutorial Project. McCune, Richard-B.S. Industrial Management Arnold Air Society. McElcar, Robert-B.S. Business Administration Marketing Club: Army-Navy Club: AUSA: Bowling League. McFarland, Marie-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Sigma Alpha: Top Ten Pledge: Associate Scholarship: Newman Club: Johnson Club: University Singers: Intramurals. McKinnie, John-B.S. Electrical Engineering Amateur Radio Club: IEEE. McLaughlin, Beatrice-B.S. Education Meador, Carl-Doctor of Jurisprudence Lambda Chi Alpha: Phi Alpha Delta: Swimming Team, Captain. Student Bar Association. Mears, Peter-M.A. Business Administration Melhorn, Karen-B.S. Education SNEA: FSA. Melnick, Paul-B.S. Liberal Arts Melvin, Michael-B.S. Electrical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha: Intramurals. Mgrcer, Dianne-Associate in Secretarial Science F A. Merchant, Donald--B.S. Business Administration Marketing Club. Messner, Michael-B.S. Industrial Management Phi Kappa Tau: Arnold Air Society: Freshman Coun- selor: SCPB: Greek Week Committee Chairman: Home- coming Committee Chairman: Student Council: Intra- murals. Metz, Bruce-Doctor of Jurisprudence Phi Alpha Delta Ilgighalec, Richard-B.S. Electrical Engineering E Miller, Judith-B.S. Education Alpha Gamma Delta: YWCA, President, Vice-President: SNEA: ACE: Casbah Co-Chairman: May Day Committee Chairman: Acme-Zip Sweetheart: Homecoming At- tendant. Miller, Kathleen-B.A. Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gamma, President: A-Key: Who's Who: Alpha Lambda Delta: Lambda Pi: Associate Scholar- ship: Johnson Club: Theatre Guild: Freshman Counse- lor: Tel-Buch Staff: Songfest Co-Chairman: May Day Co-Chairman: Homecoming Co-Chairman: Homecom- ing Queen Candidate: Political Party Co-Chairman: Dean's List: Panhellenic Committee Chairman. Miller, Laurence-B.A. Education Arnold Air Society: Geography Club. Mitish, Dora-B.A. Liberal Arts n ' Johnson Club: Newman Club: Political Science Club: SNEA: WRA: YWCA. Moewe, Clinton-Associate in Mechanical Design Moke, Phyllis-B.S. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Top Ten Pledge: Associate Scholarship: gea,n's List: Women's League, Vice-President: Angel ig t. Morris, Cemon-B.A. Liberal Arts Political Science Club: President. Moses, Valerie--B.S. Education Residence Hall President: Akron-Summit Tutorial Pro- ject: ACE: SNEA. Moskovitz, David-B.S. Liberal Arts Alternate College Ambassador: Ambassador to Tur- key: Dean's List: Associate Scholarship: Evans Founda- tion Scholarship: Internship for Community Leader- ship, President: Buchtelite Staff. Moss, Timothy-B.A. Liberal Arts Air Force Wing Commander: Dean's List: Arnold Air Society: Sociology Club: Air Force Cadet Chorus: Na- tional ROTC Band Association: Sabre Squadron. Murdoch, Elaine-B.A. Liberal Arts Who's Who: Johnson Club: University Theatre: Tel-Buch Staff: Buchtelite Staff: Freshman Counselor: May Day Committee Chairman. Murphy, Lynne-B.S. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Newman Club: ACE: SNEA: Home Ec- onomics Club: WRA: YWCA: Women's League: Home- coming Court. Musick, James-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta Theta: Sigma Tau: Associate Scholarship: ASME: Intramurals. Myers, John-B.A. Liberal Arts Association of the US Army: Scabbard and Blade. Myers, Mary Ann-B.S. Education, Associate in Secretarial Science Phi Mu: Dean's List: Phi Mu Scholarship Plate: College Ambassador Finalist: FSA: Secretarial Science Club: WRA: Campus Christian Fellowship: Intramurals. Myers, Thomas-B.S. Business Administration Campus Christian Fellowship: Accounting Association. Nagy, William-B.S. Liberal Arts Lambda Chi Alpha: Lambda Chi Alpha Scholarship Award: Phi Sigma, Vice-President: Biology Club: Psy- chology Club: Philosophy: IFC: Freshman Counselor: May Day Committee Co-Chairman: Homecoming Com- mittee Co-Chairman: Greek Week Committee Co-Chair- man: Songfest Committee Co-Chairman: Scabbard and Blade, President: Reserve Officers' Association: Persh- ing Rifles: Intramurals. Nahas, Mary-B.S. Education Newman Club: NEA Neidert, lain-B.S. Education Zeta Tau Alpha: NEA: OEA. Nemeth, Steven Ill-B.S. Industrial Management Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President: Omicron Delta Kappa: Scabbard and Blade: Who's Who: Dean's List: Industrial Management Club: Newman Club: Residence Hall Advisor: Freshman Counselor: Greek Week Co- Chairman: Student Council: IFC: Intramurals. Netta, William-B.S. Industrial Management Industrial Management Club. Newman, R. Sharon-B.S. Education Zeta Tau Alpha, President: Sorority Foundation Schol- arship: Akron Associates Scholarship: Mortar Board Scholarship: A-Key: Who's Who: Mortar Board: Kappa Delta Pi, President: Alpha Lambda Delta: Dean's List: ACE: SNEA: Women's League: Panhellenic Council: WAUP Radio Workshop: Freshman Counselor. Normington, Dale-B.A. Liberal Arts Phi Alpha Theta, President: Phi Eta Sigma: Dean's List: associate Scholarship: lrl A. Frederick Scholarship: Summerfield Baldwin Ill Scholarship: Scabbard and Blade: AUSA: Freshman Counselor. E ICR DIRECTQRY Null, Patsy-B.A. Education Young Republicans Club: Inter-Varsity Christian Fel- lowship: ISA: SNEA. Nye, Wendy Lee-B.S. Business Administration Alpha Lambda Delta: Beta Delta Psi: Accounting Asso- ciation. Oakes, Shelia Marie-B.A. Education Newman Club: Akron Tutorial Project: WAUP Radio Workshop. Ocepek, Richard-B.S. Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau: Marketing Club: Arnold Air Society: Intramurals. Oppenheimer, Martin-B.S. Liberal Arts Association of the U.S. Army: Residence Hall Adviser: Assistantship in Mathmatics. Osborne, Carolyn M.-B.S. Education Theta Phi Alpha: A.C.E.: Newman Club. Osborne, Richard M.-B.S. Business Administration Osborne, Robert J.-B.A. Education Newman Club: Dean's List. Owens, Betty J.--B.S. Education Pallage, Jacqueline H.-B.A. Liberal Arts Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Sigma Alpha: Dean's List: Associ- ate Scholarship: Hervey E. Chambers Scholarships: Johnson Club, President: SCOPE: Graduate Study Group: Student Council. Palmer, Joseph-B.S. Business Administration Paonessa, Ralph A.-B.S. Education Pi Kappa Epsilon. Parkinson, Gloria-B.S. Education A.C.E.: Newman Club: Arthur L. Foster Scholarship. Pattakou, Anna P.-B.A. Liberal Arts International Students' Club: Women's League: Fresh- man Counselor. Petri, Ozzie-B.S. Business Administration Petrie, Judith-B.A. Liberal Arts Phi Mu, President: S.C.P.B.: Greek Week Committee Chairman: Freshman Counselor: Junior Class Board: Senior Class Board: Songfest Co-Chairman: W.R.A. Phelps, Maria-B.A. Liberal Arts Sociology Club. Phillips, Cynthia-B.S. Education Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship: Alpha Kappa Alpha: SNEA: OEA: Women's League: Panhellenic Council: Homecoming Court. Piscazzi, Janet-B.A. Education Poda, Josephine-B.A. Liberal Arts Dean's List: Associate Scholarship: Newman Club: WAUP Radio Workshop: Buchtelite Staff. Pogwizd, Antoinette-B.S. Education Pollock, Robart-B.S. Industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha: Sabre Squadron: Arnold Air So- ciety: Society for the Advancement of Management: Songfest Co-Chairman: May Day Committee Chairman. Porosky, George-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta Theta, Vice-President: A-Key: Who's Who: May Day Co-Chairman: Student Council: Intramural Commissioner: Greek Week Committee Chairman: Homecoming Committee Chairman: Track Team: Cross- country Team: Buchtelite Staff: ASME: Marketing Club. Posjena, Guenter-B.S. Civil Engineering Associate Scholarship: Arnold Air Society: ASCE: New- man Club: Intramurals: Varsity Tennis. Posten, Carlton-B.A. Education Prack, Arlene-?B.S. Education l Kappa Kappa Gamma: Dean's List: Student Council: Women's League: ACE. 270 Prats, Joanna-B.S. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Knights of Columbus Scholarship: As- sociate Scholarship: SNEA: ACE: Women's League. Pressler, David-B.S. Industrial Management Puryear, Norma-B.S. Liberal Arts Dean's List. Putnam, Sandra-Associate in Secretarial Science FSA. Pyett, Judy-B.A. Liberal Arts, B.M. Liberal Arts Alpha Lambda Delta: Lambda Pi: Phi Sigma Alpha: Phi Sigma Alpha Sophomore and Junior Prize: Foster Scholarship: Associate Scholarship: Buckingham Schol- arship: Tuesday Musical Club Scholarship: University Orchestra: Brass Ensemble: Choral Ensemble: Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship. Quinn Edward-B.S. Liberal Arts Rabb, John-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Chi Sigma. Radin, Alexander-B.S. Industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha: Society for the Advancement of Management: Industrial Management Club. Rafferty, Linda-B.A. Liberal Arts Pixley English Scholarship: Associate Scholarship: Lambda Pi: French Club: Johnson Club: SNEA. Ramoska, Sharon-Associate in Secretarial Science Associate Scholarship. Reich, Suzanne-B.A. Liberal Arts Sigma Delta Tau: Philosophy Club: Buchtelite Staff: Songfest Co-Chairman: Homecoming Co-Chairman: Panhellenic Council: ROTC Sponsor: Freshman Coun- selor. Reighard, Donald-B.S. Electrical Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa: University Theatre: WAUP Radio Workshop: IEEE: Arnold Air Society. Reiss, Arthur-B.S. Business Administration Phi Delta Theta: Scabbard and Blade. Rejkiowki, Joseph-B.S. Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau: IEEE: Newman Club. Remark, David-B.S. Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau: Delta Delta Psi, President: Phi Eta Sigma: Goodyear Service Pin Association Scholarship: Accounting Association: Finance Club: Chess Club: Internship for Community Leadership: ROTC Band: Intramurals. Reymann, Vincent Jr.-B.S. Mechanical Engineering ASME: Wrestling Team. Ritzman, Wayland-B.S. Electrical Engineering IEEE. Robinson, Carl-B.S. Industrial Management Phi Sigma Kappa: Scabbard and Blade: Industrial Management Club: Society for the Advancement of Management. Rodgers, John-B.A. Liberal Arts Eta Sigma Phi: Dean's List: Johnson Club: Scope: Graduate Study Group. Rogers, Thomas III-B.A. Liberal Arts Young Democrats Club: Newman Club: Psychology Club. Roller, David-B.S. Education Football Team: Baseball Team. Rosenbaum, Joel-B.S. Electrical Engineering IEEE. Rosenblatt, Harold--B.S. Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice-President: Who's Who: Residence Hall Vice-President: Senior Class Committee Chairman: IFC: Greek Week Committee Chairman: May Day Com- mittee. Ross, Thomas-B.S. Education Pi Kappa Epsilon: Dean's List: Newman Club. Rouch, David-B.S. Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau: IEEE. Rubinstein, Bernard-B.A. Liberal Arts Alpha Epsilon Pi: Acme-Zip Co-Chairman: May Day Co- Chairman: IFC: Intercollegiate Debate. Ryland, Lynn-B.S. Civil Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha: Associate Scholarship: ASCE: ln- tramurals. Egger, Janis-Associate in Secretarial Science Samuelson, Frank--B.S. Business Administration Reserve Officers' Association Silver Medal: Beta Delta Psi: Arnold Air Society: Marketing Club. Saros, John-B.S. Education Sassaman, Elizabeth-B.S. Education Phi Mu: ACE: ICL: Young Republican Club. Scanlan, Timothy-B.A. Liberal Arts Schaff, Jack-B.A. Liberal Arts Psi Chi: Dean's List: Psychology Club: ROTC Company Commander: Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade. Schaaf, Robert-B.S. Liberal Arts Schmader, David-B.S. Electrical Engineering IEEE. Schmittel, Glen-B.S. Industrial Management Scabbard and Blade: Industrial Management Club: So- ciety for the Advancement of Management: AUSA. Schneider, Alice-B.S. Education Schotzinger, Charles-B.S. Business Administration Phi Delta Theta: Marketing Club, Vice-President: lndus- trial Management Club: Scabbard and Blade. Schweitzer, Robert-B.S. Business Administration Deta Delta Psi: Marketing Club. Scott, Dianna-B.A. Liberal Arts ISA: SNEA Seals, Darrington-B.S. Education Alpha Phi Alpha: Football Team: Track Team. Shaver, Doris-Associate in Secretarial Science Shaw, Linda-B.A. Liberal Arts Associate Scholarship: Phi Alpha Theta: Freshman Counselor. Sherman, Richard-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Epsilon Pi: US Army Association. Shoenfelt, James-B.A. Industrial Management Phi Kappa Tau: Dean's List: Accounting Club: lndus- trial Management Club: Finance Club: University Sing- ers: Newman Club: Pershing Rifles: Songfest: Akron- Summit Tutorial Project. Simmons, Susan-B.A. Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gamma: Johnson Club. Singleton, Daniel-B.A. Education Student Manager, Memorial Hall: Crosscountry Track Team. Sloat, William-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Kappa Tau, Vice-President: Omicron Delta Kappa: Arnold Air Society: Distinguished Military Graduate: Who's Who: Associate Scholarship: Political Science Club: Student Council, Vice-President: Political Party, President: Cheerleader. Smith, Barbara-B.S. Business Administration Alpha Gamma Delta: Beta Delta Psi: Marketing Club: Women's League: WRA: Freshman Counselor. Smith David-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Tau, President: Scabbard and Blade: Associate Scholarship: Jason and Corinne Sumner Scholarship: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Smith, Dennis-B.A. Education Phi Kappa Tau: Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade: Tel-Buch Staff. Smith Nancy-Associate in Secretarial Science FSA. Smith, Norman-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Sigma Alpha: Associate Scholarship. Smith, Susa n-B.S. Education Snyder, Frederick-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Tau: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Sommers, Barbara-B.S. Education Kappa Kappa Gamma: ACE: Women's League Spagnuolo, Donald-B.S. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Tau: Newman Club: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vice-Chairman. Spears, Mary-B.S. Education Zeta Tau Alpha: Newman Club: Geography Club: Inter- national Students Club: ACE. Springer, Alan-B.S. Industrial Management Stafford, Dennis-B.S. Industrial Management Spanish Club: Industrial Management Club: Society for the Advancement of Management: Scabbard and Blade: Association of the USA: Pershing Rifles. Stahl, Richard-B.S. Industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha. Stammler, Richard-B.S. Liberal Arts Distinguished Military Graduate: Arnold Air Society. Stark, Jean-B.S. Education Kappa Kappa Gamma: YWCA: WRA: Women's League: ACE. Stein, Forrest-B.S. Education Stephen, Kenneth-B.A. Liberal Arts Sigma Pi: IFC: Psi Chi: Philosophy Club. Stein, Janet-B.S. Education D325 Zeta: Young Republicans Club: SNEA: NEA: Steininger, Donald-B.S. Industrial Management Residence Hall President: Casbah Committee Chair- man: lndustrial Management Club, President: Intra- murals: Buchtelite Staff. Stillmayer, Udo-B.A. Liberal Arts Theta Chi: Soccer Team. Stone Ronald-B.A. Liberal Arts Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-President: Political Science Club: Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade. Stump, Blenda-B.S. Education Suiter, Carl-B.S. Industrial Management Pi Kappa Epsilon: Omicron Delta Kappa: Senior Class President: SCPB Chairman: Soccer Team, Captain. Swaney, Larry-Doctor of Jurisprudence Student Bar Association Sweeney, Harold-B.S. Business Administration Swires, Charles-B.A. Education Phi Kappa Tau. Tanenhous, Martin-B.S. Liberal Arts NSF: Johnson Club. Terry, Roger-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Delta Theta: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Sigma AI- pha: Phi Sigma Society: Associate Scholarship: IFC- Panhellenic Scholarship: A-Key: Who's Who: Residence Hall Adviser: Songfest Co-Chairman: Student Council: Senior Class Board: SCPB: Top Ten Pledge: Phi Sigma Alpha Junior Prize: Casbah Co-Chairman: May Day Committee Co-Chairman. Thatcher, Judith-B.S. Education Theta Phi Alpha: Dean's List: Associate Scholarship: ACE: Newman Club: Young Democrats Club: Home- coming Committee Chairman: WRA: Intramurals: Women's League. Thomas, William-B.S. Electrical Engineering IEEE. Thornton, Homer-B.S. Civil Engineering Sigma Tau: ASCE. 271 SE IGR DIRECTGRY Tobias, Robert-B.S. Liberal Arts Pi Kappa Epsilon: Arnold Air Society: Soccer Team. Tomic, John-B.S. Civil Engineering ASCE. Tracy, Carley-B.S. Education State Scholarship: SNEA. Trifonoff, Carol-B.A. Education Newman Club. Troy, Frank-Doctor of Jurisprudence American Law Student Association: Student Bar Asso- ciation: Legal Aid. Truax, William-B.S. Industrial Management Tucker, Robert--B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Chi Sigma. Tumpson, Barry-B.S. Business Administration xlxaglkxeting Club: ISA: Buchtelite Staff: Finance Club: Turner, James-B.S. Industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha, President: Tel-Buch King: Phi Eta Sigma: Psi Chi: Beta Delta Psi: Industrial Management Club: Society for the Advancement of Management. Turner, Joyce-B.S. Education Campus Christian Fellowship: ACE. Turpin, Terry-B.S. Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau: IEEE. Tyler, Barbara-B.S. Education Alpha Kappa Alpha: WRA: Panhellenic Council: Wo- men's League. Ulrich, Barry-B.S. Business Administration Finance Club. Unruh, James-B.S. Business Administration Valentine, Doris-B.S. Nursing Varga, Laszlo-B.S. Mechanical Engineering ASME: Soccer Team. Vincent, Raymond-B.A. Liberal Arts Dean's List: Pixley English Award: University Scholar- ship. Vogel, Alan-B.S. Industrial Management Phi Delta Theta: Industrial Management Club: Market- ing Club: Beta Delta Psi: Dean's List. Voinov, William-B.S. Education Theta Chi: Student Council: IFC: Arnold Air Society. Volk, John-B.S. Business Administration Phi Delta Theta: Accounting Club: Newman Club. Wack, Patrick-B.S. Business Administration Pi Kappa Epsilon: Accounting Club: IFC: Greek Week Committee Co-Chairman. Wagoner, Gary-B.S. Industrial Management Lambda Chi Alpha: SAM: Industrial Management Club: Sabre Squadron: Rifle Team, Captain: "Most Valuable Player" Award: Miller Trophy. Waser, Harold-B.S. Liberal Arts Alpha Chi Sigma: Akron Rubber Group Scholarship Waser, Jennifer--Associate in Secretarial Science FSA. Watts, G. Timothy--B.S. Mechanical Engineering ASME. Watts, Judith-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Mu: Spanish Club: SNEA. Weaver, Edna-B.S. Education Alpha Sigma Lambda. Webb, Joseph lll-B.S. Education 272 Weikert, Margaret-B.S. Education Zeta Tau Alpha, president: ACE: SNEA: Buchtelite Staff: University Singers: Geography Club: WAUP Radio Workshop: Johnson Club: Freshman Counselor. Weirath, Robert-B.S. Industrial Management Phi Kappa Tau. Wellman, Nicholas-Doctor of Judispridence Weninger, Ronald-B.S. Industrial Management Phi Kappa Tau. West Bonita-B.S. Business Administration Beta Delta Psi: Dean's List: Associate Scholarship: Finance Club: Marketing Club. Whalen, Dennis-Doctor of Jurisprudence White, David-B.S. Liberal Arts Phi Eta Sigma, President: Freshman Chemistry Award: Distinguished Military Student: Associate Scholarship: Fred F. and Besse W. Householder Scholarship: AUSA: Scabbard and Blade. White, Frances-B.A. Education Phi Mu, Vice-President: Dean's List: Radio Workshop: Buchtelite Staff. Wiley, Molly-B.S. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Sigma Lambda. Whitmore, Sandra-Associate in Secretarial Science FSA. Wilcox, Albert-B.S. Business Administration Williams, Robert-B.S. Electrical Engineering IEEE. Williams, Yvonne--B.S. Education Campus Christian Fellowship ACE. Wolfe, Kenneth-B.S. Education Dean's List: Best Supporting Actor Award: Betty Jane PTA Scholarship: University Singers: University Band: University Orchestra and Choral Ensemble: Theatre Guild: University Fellowship of Musicians. Woodford, Wesley-Doctor of Jurisprudence Student Bar Association: American Law Student Asso- ciation: Phi Alpha Delta. Woodruff, Nancy-B.S. Education Alpha Gamma Delta: Dean's List: Buchtelite Staff: Intramurals: Casbah Committee Chairman. Young, Gary-B.S. Electrical Engineering IEEE. Young Ralph-B.A. Liberal Arts Zager, Betty-B.A. Education Alpha Delta Pi: Dean's List: Who's Who: SNEA: Student Council: Freshman Counselor: University Theatre: Pan- hellenic Council: Angel Flight: Tel-Buch Queen and Finalist: May Queen. Zarle, Loretta-B.A. Liberal Arts Phi Mu: Freshman Counselor: WRA: Women's League Zied, Ernest-Doctor of Jurisprudence Zied, Marcia-B.S. Education Zumpano, Paulette-B.A. Education Theta Phi Alpha: Newman Club: ACE: Young Democrats Club: Homecoming Committee: Panhellenic Council: Buchtelite Staff: Intramurals: Women's League. 273 SE ICR CLASS OFFICER FRONT: Judy Petrie, Secretary. STANDING: Carl Suiter, President: Bruce Fike, Treasurer: Ted Mallo, Vice President. 274 Don Varian President ,TIE Q Y ,-.v Lmda Hofle Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JA EH 'N-Q, KNS' x 'i'f"-'sv' ' x xx X S "1-'X X 'fl Lk Nancy Pullo Secretary 275 uw 76 ,V ' 4." 'Wa f,f'1f1 I' W 1,40 gf ' I 1, 'W V, jr :V 1 'W' A ?5V:"'J 4' 'Xi fi 4? 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'H P I :,'-. ,5 Abdoo, Mary, 138 Aberte, Stewart, 108 Abraham, Gerald, 161 Adams, Betty, 246, 264 Adams, Joseph, 214 Adams, Mary, 132, 246, 264 Adamson, Neva, 134, 236, 264 Adante, Richard, 124 Adkins, Dennis, 118 Akers, Nancy, 246, 264 Akins, Emily, 134 Alexander, Theodora, 140, 163, 182 Allen, Charles, 226 Allen, Joyce, 246, 264 Allen, Lockey, 130, 183 Amici, Berenice, 146 Amstutz, Chet, 209 Anderson, Eric, 187 Anderson, Russel, 122 Bernard, Regina, 138 Bernhardt, Alma, 246, 264 Bernier, Allan, 122 Berry, Robert, 1 14, 21 1 Berschette, Frances, 136 Best, Elinor, 136 Bibby, Alan, 217 Bickey, Beverly, 130 Biller, Michele, 146 Bilovicky, Tom, 219 Bingham, Carol, 142, 164 Bisesi, Samuel, 219 Bitting, Charles, 197, 264 Black, Ann, 246, 264 Black, B., 236 Black, Harriet, 144 Black, Ronald, 120 Black, Stephen, 114, 264 Blamer, Margaret, 246, 264 Andrews, Gail, 136 Andrews, Janice, 134 Anglin, Kay, 140 Anthony, William, 114 Apollon, Diane, 178 Archer, Linda, 246, 264 Armstrong, George, 261 Armstrong, Paulesta, 142 Arnold, Candace, 130 Aronson, Stanley, 108 Aronson, William, 108 Ashcraft, William, 112 Ashton, Timothy, 114, 154, 236, 264 Auburn, Mark, 112, 158, 163, 182 Averbuck, Anne, 146, 163, 182 265 Avery, Mary, 138 Ayers, William, 165, 236, 264 Babich, Kathleen, 130 Bachmann, Kenneth, 118 Bachmann, William, 163 Backus, Pamela, 176, 183 Badalich, Carl, 116, 209, 225 Bader, Mary, 136 Bailey, Carol, 158, 246, 264 Bailey, Kermit, 160, 243, 264 Bailey Patricia, 140, 175, 184, 199, 201 Blankenship, James, 236, 264 Blaser, Dennis, 114 Bloniarz, Marilyn, 138 Bloom, Dan, 255, 264 Boetger, Robert, 122 Boggs, Paul, 114, 217, 236, 264 Bohyer, John, 116 Boles, Linda, 246, 264 Bonardi, Paul, 112 Bohenberger, John, 247, 264 Borgen, James, 225 Borgen, William, 225 Borner, Sharon, 132 Borrell, Kathleen, 138 Bosicker, Rozelle, 140 Bott, Karen, 142 Botz, Frank, 165, 236, 264 Botz, Victoria, 136 Boucher, Daniel, 124, 213 Boynton, John, 180 Bowers, Karen, 140 Braccio, James, 209, 225 Breen, Patricia, 138, 164, 192, 247, 264 Brewer, Tim, 223 Brewin, Roger, 199, 202 Brick, Howard, 243, 264 Brinton, Dennis, 111 Brokesh, Carl, 243, 264 Bailey, Sue, 142 Baker, Darlene, 163, 182, 186 Baltayan, Marge, 130 Bamler, William, 124, 209, 219 Barbuto, Linda, 142 Barclay, Nancy, 246, 264 Bard, Janis, 144 Brown, Clifford, 1 12 Brown, Brown, Edward, 124 John, 236, 264 Brown, Rachel, 129 Brown, Brown, Ronald, 214, 225 Scott, 116, 255, 264 Barker, Esta, 134 Bartlett, Sue, 246, 264 Barrett, James, 124 Bartek, Dennis, 122 Bartell, Nancy, 146 Bartlette, Sheldon, 112 Barton, James, 209 Barty, Lois, 140 Baskin, Bruce, 187 Batal, Alma, 155, 236 Bates, Charles, 114 Bauer, David, 116 Baughman, Lawrence, 112, 255, 264 Beal, Marvin, 114, 223 Beals, Susan, 134 Bean, Christine, 246, 264 Beasley, Daniel, 163, 164, 236, 264 Bechtol, Bruce, 187 Becker, Larry, 160 Becker, Margaret, 246, 264 Beckett, Barbara, 140 Beckwith, Paul, 112 Behbehani, Abdulmanaf, 177 Bell, Jeffrey, 116, 162 Bell, Thomas, 112 Beltram, Dianne, 132 Bender, Eugenia, 134 Bender, lrma, 236 Benfield, Diane, 132 Benn, Jack, 214 Benner, Thomas, 209 Benson, Dennis, 120 Berenator, Kathleen, 142, 176, 246, 264 Berger, John, 122 Brownfield, Chriss, 138, 188, 193 Bruny, Charles, 160, 181, 243, 264 Buchtel, Mark, 160, 243 Buetsch, Gerald, 112 Bughman, Niles, 211, 225 Buida, Julia, 130 Buie, Dan, 122, 150, 162, 203, 247 Bullock, Elaine, 132 Burditt, Frank, 122 Burg, Pete, 214 Burger, Joseph, 118, 209 Burgess, Guy, 220 Burnett, Frank, 112 Burney, Hazel, 129, 191 Burnley, John, 116 Burns, Michael, 119, 255 Burson, John, 114 Buzard, Gard, 124 Buzzelli, Annabella, 130 Buzzelli, Rita, 138 Cabe, Joseph, 211, 225 Cabe, Patrick, 112, 236 Cabe, Robert, 211, 225 Cadmus, Linda, 134 Caetta, Carol, 144 Cafarelli, Berald, 120 Callahan, Timothy, 219 Callen, Jerrold, 116 Campbell, 129, 188 Campbell, Judith, 255 Campisi, Donna, 130 Carazola, James, 112 Cargo, Thomas, 114 l 277 STUDENT INDEX Carlin, James, 112, 255 Carnes, Ernest, 236 Carroll, William, 262 Carter, Kenneth, 255 Carver, Jean, 130, 157 Casonova, Billie, 132 Castle, Donnie, 112 Casull, Arthur, 186 Casull, Brian, 108 Causa, Al, 165 Cea, Marie, 247, 264 Ceglar, Frank, 124 Celano, Gail, 134 Ceroni, Bonita, 142, 247, 264 Cerrone, Joanna, 138 Cerrone, Loretta, 138, 139, 188 Cervenak, Edward, 124 Chambers, Margot, 201, 247, 264 Channel, Bruce, 160 Chapin, Peter, 108 Chapman, David, 122, 160 Chapman, Judith, 144 Cheslock, Virginia, 136 Chester, William, 121 Chiaramonte, William, 160 Childs, Thomas, 116 Christie, Charles, 114, 265 Christman, Harold, 255, 265 Cianciola, Frank, 118 Ciborek, David, 124 Ciborek, Martha, 138 Cincurak, Cathy, 130 Ciolli, Paulette, 138 Cissne, Stephen, 112 Clark, Carl, 255, 265 Clark, Francis, 116 Clark, George, 261, 265' Clark, Jolene, 136 Clark, Linda, 136, 153, 154, 164, 236 Clay, Olin, 209 Clayton, Eugene, 116 Clegg, David, 114 Cleveland, Doris, 201, 233 Cocquty, Franklin, 223 Codispoti, Leonard, 247, 265 Cohen, Steven, 108 Coleman, James, 114, 160, 217 Coleridge, Tim, 122 Coletta, Bruce, 124, 247, 265 Connor, Joseph, 122 Considine, William, 118 Conte, Joseph, 247, 265 Conway, Kathleen, 138 Cookro, Dennis, 118, 219 Cordray, Bette, 247, 265 Corl, Sally, 144 Corvington, Edward, 124 Cosgray, Joel, 221 Costello, John, 114 Cosy, James, 164, 236, 265 Cotterman, James, 116 Cottrill, Lewis, 223 Cox, Margaret, 140 Coy, Robert, 255, 265 Crampton, Frank, 124 Crane, Steve, 203 Crangle, Marikay, 176 Crawford, Cheryl, 262, 265 Creme, Angela, 247, 265 Creme, Nicholas, 112 Crisafulli, Tim, 219 Crislip, Richard, 116 Crite, Roy, 110, 214 Crites, Richard, 164 Crittenden, Susan, 248, 265 Crook, Lynne, 248, 265 Csipke, Frank, 248 Csipke, Steve, 177, 265 Culver, Rita, 138 Cummings, Ray, 122, 150 Cummins, William, 118 Czaplicke, Alice, 139 Dadik, Robert, 161, 180 Dain, Linda, 134, 188 Daley, Thomas, 122 Dandridge, Thomas, 182 Danilov, Sheila, 130 Darago, Alexander, 122, 256, 265 Darnell, Ann, 188 Daum, Paul, 163, 182 Davies, Robert, 114, 256, 265 Davis, Gerald, 122 Davis, Gregory, 211, 225 Davis, Levi, 225 Davisson, Gary, 112 De Luca, Vincent, 124 Dean, Leak, 142 Dean, Sandra, 146 Debaer, Carole, 163 Deem, Calvin, 165, 237, 265 Delaney, Kenneth, 209 Demoss, Christine, 142 Denholm, Jon, 209 Depp, Elizabeth, 140 Dermer, Patrician, 249, 265 Derry, Lina, 132, 163, 193 Destro, Ann, 140 Deszcz, Robert, 243, 265 Devore, David, 112, 256, 265 Dickerson, Bradley, 209 Dickerson, Robert, 116, 163 Dickey, Kenneth, 120 Dickinson, John, 256, 265 Dieringer, Sue, 102, 134, 189, 192, 248, 265 Dieringer, Virginia, 134 Dietrich, Carol, 190 Difiore, Frank, 209 Di Lullo, Connie, 139 Di Lullo, Rosa, 139 Dinhofer, Jay, 108 Dirrig, Penelope, 138, 153, 154, 237, 265 Dirrig, William, 122 Dodge, Barbara, 248, 265 Dodge, Susan, 248, 265 Doerr, Frederick, 219 Dolensky, Maryann, 139 Donaldson, David, 112, 256 Donatelli, Joseph, 237, 265 Donatelli, Robert, 118, 256, 265 Donatone, Joseph, 124 Dorazewski, Marion, 112, 243, 265 Dougherty, Margaret, 144 Dover, Avery, 122 Doyle, James, 256, 265 Drapcho, Michael, 124 Dratler, Shirley, 144 Dressler, Donald. 111, 162 Drew, Marion, 159 Dudek, Mary, 139 Dudich, Tim, 225 Dukarich, James, 162, 187 Dukeman, Carol, 132 Dunlap, Jeffrey, 162 Dupay, Joanne, 132 Dutton, Sheryl, 145 Dwoskin, Marc, 108, 159, 265 Dye, Freda, 134 Dye, James, 256, 265 Dyer, Kathleen, 139 Desterling, Carol, 248, 265 Earnest, Nancy, 129, 237, 265 Easton, Margaret V., 199 Eber, Karyn, 146 Eckenrode, Cheryl, 140, 193 Edelstein, David, 203 Egrid, Elizabeth, 193 Elges, Henry, 256, 265 Ellis, Bonell, 256, 265 Elmer, Susan, 136, 227, 288 Ely, Linda, 136 Endress, James, 118 Endress, Patricia, 248, 265 Engle, Judith, 146 Englehart, Stephen, 209 Engstrom, Douglas, 237, 265 Enright, Patrick, 256, 265 Enright, Timothy, 114 Erbe, Edward, 112 Erdos, Robert, 237, 265 Ericson, Patricia E., 199, 201 Etter, Richard, 116 Eyster, Roger, 162 Fagerlin, Robert, 116 Fahey, Joseph, 190 Falanga, James, 116, 248, 265 Fanelly, Barbara, 132 Farkas, Janet, 132 Farmer, Wade, 112 Fasig, Joseph, 211, 225 Fassnacht, Sandra, 140, 189 Feathers, David, 120 Feldman, Edward, 112 Fergus, Lawrence, 120 Ferrell, Leslie, 262, 265 Field, Nancy, 145 Fike, Bruce, 112, 256, 265 Finkle, Susan, 130 Fischer, Klaus, 112 Fish, James, 114, 221 Fisher, David, 114 Fisher, Judith, 140, 153, 155, 237, 265 Fitzpatrick, Alana, 130 Flaherty, Thomas, 209 Flateman, Brina, 146 Flatt, Donald, 256, 265 Fleming, William, 256, 265 Flick, Daniel, 213 Flick, William, 112 Floasin, John, 223 Floutz, Beverly, 124, 136 Floyd, George, 118, 214, 248, 265 Fonte, James, 213 Foord, Rosemarie, 237, 265 Ford, David, 219 Ford, Gerald, 191 Ford, James, 114 Forman, Margaret A., 193 Fortunato, Angelo, 118 Fouts, Jack, 213 Fox, Gil, 226 Fox, Harvey, 256, 265 Fox, Wayne, 209 Framas, Bob, 213 Frankel, Cary, 124 Franks, Frederick, 237, 265 Franz, Harry J., 199 Freed, Carol, 237, 265 Freed, Gary, 112 Freeland, James, 116, 256, 265 Freese, Bruce, 116 Frey, Karen, 153, 158, 163, 175, 186, 256, 265 Frey, Thomas, 190 Friar, Margaret, 248, 265 Friedl, Louis, 199, 202 Friess, Christine, 134 Frost, Dale, 108 Fuciu, George, 209 Fuhrman, Joseph, 237, 266 Fulton, Robert, 116 Gainer, William, 219 Galehouse, Doris, 248, 266 Galford, Denver, 122 Gall, Richard, 160, 181, 244, 266 Gambal, Patricia, 140 Garlando, Martha, 132 Garoszewski, Henry, 111 Garrison, Garry, 114 Garrison, Mary, 142 Gamer, Jean, 227 Garver, Jill, 134 Gasper, Dorothy, 132 Gates, Sandra, 134 Gault, Ralph, 119 Gearhart, Otto, 116 Gee, Judith, 140, 154, 248, 266, 293 Gehringer, Gerald, 114, 257, 266 278 Geisinger, Judith, 136, 248, 266 Gellatly, Frank, 237, 266 George, Nicholas, 108, 162 Geraci, Thomas, 116 Gerber, Helen, 134, 188 Gerhart, Sheila, 142 Gilbride, Pamela, 130 Gill, Kathleen, 139 Gilway, Barry, 209 Gless, Catherine, 238, 266 Glickman, Stephanie, 179 Glinsek, Gerald, 180 Glisson, Floyd, 122 Glover, Brenda, 248, 266 Gluck, Dolores, 166, 238 Gmerek, Phyllis, 139 Goehler, James, 124 Goehler, Richard, 164 Goetze, Klaus, 177 Golford, Dennis, 163 Golum, Marsha, 146 Golz, Rinehard, 120 Goodlet, Bill, 124 Goodman, Joel, 108 Goodrich, Dale, 120 Goore, Kenneth, 108, 157, 213, 257, 266 Gordon, Michael, 108 Gottesman, Alan, 108 Gottesman, Joseph, 238, 266 Gough, Thomas, 220 Gour, Jean, 238, 266 Gower, Thomas, 114 Graf, Ernest, 257, 266 Graf, Carol, 140 Gray, Karen, 132 Gray, Kathy, 122, 132 Graybeal, Donna, 192 Grecni, Roger, 122 Green, Vicki, 266 Greenberg, Elliott, 108, 243, 266 Greene, Robert, 238, 266 Greer, Dwight, 118 Gredh, Tersa, 238, 266 Gress, Laurel, 141 Grey, Roger, 257, 266 Grible, Linda, 139 Griffin, Neil, 118, 138 Griffiths, Lynda, 142 Grinberg, Myron, 108 Groetz, Donald, 244, 266 Grueder, Douglas, 116, 163, 257, 266 Guarino, James, 114 Gulbis, Laura, 136, 176 Gulley, Ida, 238, 266 Gurley, John, 162 Guthrie, Peter, 118, 219, 257, 266 Guzzetta, Joanne, 134 Haas, Beth, 191 Haas, John, 223 Habibadi, Alireza, 213 Hackett, James, 226 Hagstrom, Janet, 134 Hagstrom, Roger, 114, 150, 238, 266 Hahn, Grace, 248, 266 Halkovich, Theodore, 244, 266 Hall, Kermit, 157, 197, 238, 266 Hall, Ronald, 123, 238, 266 Hamad, Jack, 219 Hamad, Robert, 219 Hamilton, Mary, 248, 266 Hammontree, Daniel, 118, 266 Handler, Louis, 108, 238, 266 Hannacker, Mary, 136 Hannah, Shirley, 129 Harb, Lois, 130 Hardin, Sherrill, 142 Hardy, Joyce, 130, 189 Hardy, Karen, 130, 189 Harpool, Jack, 114, 257, 266 Harrington, Wayne, 187 Harris, Gary, 162 Harris, Nimrod, 257, 266 Hart, Linda, 136 Harter, Thomas, 238, 266 Hartnagel, Douglas, 108, 213 Hartz, Craig, 209 Hassan, Amadi, 213 Haury, Tim, 257, 266 Hausch, Patricia, 140 Hayden, Donald, 257, 266 Haynes, Janet, 140 Hazan, Susan, 146 Heath, Sandra, 130 Heck, Louis, 123 Heckman, Susan, 139, 238, 266 Heinisch, James, 114, 219 Hendershot, David, 124 Hendrickson, Robert, 249, 266 Hengle, Karen, 139, 262, 266 Henley, Randy, 162 Hennessey, Ruth, 136 Hensel, Pamela, 132 Herbert, John, 244, 266 Hertzi, Arthur, 122 Hester, Janet, 142 Heston, Robert, 112 Heyburn, Fred, 247, 266 Heydorn, Robert, 115 Hickman, Barbara, 134, 183, 192, 249, 266 Hickman, David, 209, 219 Hickman, James, 116 Hickman, Jeffrey, 244, 266 Hickman, Sallie, 130 Hileman, Janet, 134 Hill, James, 161, 181 Hill, Janice, 266 Hill, Judith, 249 Hill, Sandra, 249, 266 Hills, Donna, 177, 262, 266 Hilt, Robert, 124 Hinds, John, 220 Hively, Jayne, 249, 266 Hockenberry, Kathryn, 139 Hockman, Keith, 120 Hoekje, Margorie, 238, 266 Hoelzer, William, 162 Hofer, Barry, 116 Hoffman, Aggie, 146 Hoffman, Brian, 123 Hoffman, Hollace, 134 Hoffstadt, Fred, 165 Hofle, Linda, 130, 201 Hollinger, Sharon, 142, 182 Hollingsworth, Bruce, 123 Hope, Judith, 249, 267 Hornacek, Lawrence, 123 Horning, Richard, 176, 249, 267 Horrigan, Kathleen, 130 Horvath, Marilyn, 130 Hoskins, Dennis, 116 Howard, Daniel, 112, 262 Howard, Russell, 223 Howieson, Robert, 123, 238, 267 Howiler, Richard, 111 Hudkins, Michael, 118 Huettner, Charles, 123 Huff, Julieanne, 164 Hughes, David, 186, 244, 267 Hughey, John, 123 Hull, Marianne, 136 Hull, Richard, 186 Hurd, Pamela, 152, 249, 267 Hurley, Ralph, 160 Huryn, Michael, 124 Hyselli, Robert, 123 lacomini, Mary, 136 Inama, Carol, 136 Inama, Charles, 113, 257, 267 lngle, David, 124, 249, 267 lsner, David, 221, 225 lvers, Lynn, 139 Jackson, Harvey, 120 Jacobson, Eli, 108 Jacobs, Kathleen, 130 Jaeger, Rita, 130 January, Andrew, 120 Jaroszewski, Henry, 186 Jaroszewski, Peggy, 132 Jarr, Allan, 124 Jebber, Richard, 118 Jenkins, Linda, 132 Jenkins, Philip, 217 Jennings, James, 211 Jeske, Jane, 249, 267 Johanni, Gail, 249, 267 Johanyak, John, 209 Johns, Susan, 140 Johnson, Bobby, 267 Johnson, Carol, 134, 249, 267 Johnson, Daviel, 118 Johnson, Gwendolyn, 129 Johnson, James, 116, 249, 267 Johnson, Janet, 249, 267 Johnson, Phyllis, 163 Johnson, Robert, 249 Johnson, Steven, 111 Johnston, Richard, 114 Jones Burton, 110, 238, 267 Jones, , Cynthia, 130 Jones, Jack, 115, 162, 220 Jones, James, 112, 238, 267 Jones, Nancy, 132 Jones Sandra 130 Juengel, Lorna, 133 Jurich, Andrea, 130 Just, Cheryl, 249, 267 Just, William, 249, 267 Juve, Jennifer, 136 Kaczala, Andy, 162 Kalaman, Frances, 142 Kalial, Julienne, 139, 193 Kammer, Gary, 108, 238, 267 Kane, John, 118 Karaiskos, John, 115 Karl, Sandra, 145 Kasapis, Rita, 136 Kaston, Ricki, 147, 249, 267 Kaufman, Edward, 158 Kaufman, Karen, 103, 140, 157, 193, 239, 267 Kazantzis, Agathoklis, 244, 267 Keane, Robert, 202 Keedy, Cheryl, 134 Keel, John, 118 Keenan, Rita, 139 Keevan, William, 124 Keim, Patricia, 140 Keith, Sandra, 130 Kelleher, Linda, 136 Kelly, Charles, 181, 244, 267 Kemper, Anne, 130 Kendall, Linda, 140 Kendrick, Jennie, 192 Kennedy, Michael, 160 Kenzel, Hugh, 123, 160 Keplinger, Kristene, 137 Kerkian, Alan, 209 Kernan, Susan, 130, 192 Kesselring, Michael, 174 Kessler, Duane, 123, 250 Kessler, Robert, 108 Kester, John, 250, 267 Kilgore, Marianne, 132 Kiltau, Steve, 115, 239, 267 Kiltnow, Mark, 108 Kimble, Gary, 116 King, Carol, 145 King, David, 108 King, Mary, 250, 266 King, Paul, 124 Kinnan, Judith, 131 Kirgesner, Eugene, 124 Kirk, Joy, 142 Kirkpatrick, John, 257, 267 Klauck, Roland, 159 Klein, Susan, 147 Kleinman, Milton, 261, 267 Klewans, Paul, 108 Kline, Katherine, 133, 136, 192 Klipstein, Mary, 145, 186 Klocker, Robert, 257, 267 Kneeland, Thomas, 219 Knorr, Charles, 160, 244, 267 Kochosky, Neil, 250, 267 Koelker, Fae. 239 279 184, Kohanowicz, Richard, 209 Koneff, Carol, 132, 250, 267 Konkle, Sheryl, 145 Koons, Leslie, 192 Koontz, Raymond, 113, 239, 267 Korman, Irving, 120, 163 Korman, Sandra, 163, 182 Kosoy, David, 209 Kotrick, Carol, 137, 176 Kovac, Francis, 239, 267 Kovacs, Stephen, 239 Kovalchin, Bernadine, 250, 267 Kovalcik, Joseph, 118 Kraft, Louis, 262, 267 Kraus, Karl, 165 Krell, Barbara, 147 Kreps, Gary, 150, 157 Kroah, Milton, 267 Kropko, Karen, 146, 156, 250, 267 Krosky, William, 113, 250, 267 Krouss, Andrew, 108 Krueger, Bob, 115 Krutz, William, 120 Kuhn, Madeline, 131 Kukta, John, 118 Kulik, Julia, 201 Kulyk, Walter, 123 Kura, Michael, 209 Kusmits, Robert, 219 Kutka, John, 219 Kutuchief, Betty, 132 Kutz, Charles, 244 Kutz, Dora, 250, 267 La Saele, David, 239, 267 Laatsch, Gretchen, 139 Labbe, Bernard, 124 Labbe, Dennis, 115, 221 Lach, Richard, 120 Lacy, James, 121 Ladick, Cheryl, 250, 267 Lagana, Mary, 139 Lagios, Gus, 239, 267 Lahoski, Robert, 225 Lammlein, Dennis, 120 Lander, Betty, 250, 267 Landers, Samuel, 120 Landis, Patricia, 140 Lasoff, Edward, 108, 156, 176, 213 227, 239, 267 Laubaugh, Ronnie, 209 Laughlin, Barbara, 250, 268 Laury, Janet, 251, 268 Lawless, Patrick, 124 Layton, Patricia, 139 Le Borgne, Henri, 213 Leask, William, 244, 268 Lecon, Katherine, 134 Lefkowitz, Barry, 257, 268 Lehmicke, Peter, 165, 239, 268 Leib, Susan, 147, 239, 268 Leidal, Frederick, 118 Leighton, Patricia, 137 Leipold, Seigfried, 239, 268 Leitch, Robert, 239, 268 Lemmon, Betty, 193 Lemmon, Dolly, 140 Leonard, Patricia, 137 Leonard, Robert, 113, 257, 268 Lesslev, Bruce, 113 Lettieri, Frank, 118 Leubitz, David, 108, 268 Leubitz, Joyce, 251 Levin, Gary, 109 Levy, James, 251, 268 Levy, Lois, 147 Lewis, Lawrence, 109 Lichten, Edward, 162 Liebert, Jim, 221 Lieberth, David, 186 Liebling, Philip, 109 Lindstrom, Roy, 213 Linnane, Kathleen, 137 Lipari, Cheryl, 131, 262, 268 Lippman, Tim, 213 Lisic, James, 111 Litt, Cathy, 147 O'DeIl, Little, Donald, 261, 268 Livelsberger, Lynn, 223 Lizzack, Lawrence, 109 Lobello, Angela, 139 Lobello, Franklin, 128 Lockhart, William, 113 Lohan, John, 257, 268 Lomax, Philip, 225 Lombardi, Jon, 115 Lombardi, Richard, 116 Long, Bruce, 219 Long, David, 123 Long, Lawrence, 124, 240, 268 Long, Leslie, 137 Longanbach, Jean, 153, 158, 188 Lord, Audrey, 147 Loudin, Robert, 257, 268 Lowery, Virgil, 240, 268 Lowrey, William, 123 Lucchesi, Cheryl, 132, 251, 268 Luff, David, 219 Lunieske, Eugene, 258, 268 Luxon, Linda, 103, 131, 157, 227 Lyons, Scott, 116 Macgregor, Elaine, 132 Mackey, Patricia, 132 Mackey, Weltha, 137 Mackovic, Ken, 214 Maderis, Marna, 164 Madick, Robert, 115, 251, 268 Maggio, Joseph, 240, 268 Maguire, Thomas, 123 Mahan, Thomas, 111 Maier, Pamela, 132 Maier, Thomas, 187 Maione, Henry, 209 Malcolm, Tedd, 251, 268 Maleson, Donna, 137 Maletich, Michael, 214 Malish, Terry, 251, 268 Malizia, Gerald, 209 Mallo, Ted, 115, 155, 217 Malone, Sandra, 251 Maluke, Suzanne, 142 Malyuk, Michael, 223 Mancino, Barbara, 112, 137, 188 Manes, Lee, 120 Mangun, William, 225 Manna, Jeffrey, 203 Marhevsky, Andrew, 123 Marks, 139 Marks, Judith, 146, 262, 268 Marks, Michelle, 177 Markvvell, Maureen, 132, 192 Marmaduke, Patricia, 240, 268 Marquess, Charles, 209, 223 Marra, Theodore, 120 Marsden, Kent, 213 Marshall, Bill, 225 Marshall, Hannah, 131 Martell, Don, 112 Martell, James, 124 Martin, Melvin, 240, 268 Martin, Michael, 209 Mascolo, Carol, 131, 188 Mason, Thomas, 186, 240, 267 Matheny, Kenneth, 111 Mathiew, Marilyn, 142, 176, 240, Mathis, Robert, 123 Matoiam, Dolly, 250, 268 Matthews, Gladys, 110, 129 Matthews, Grady, 209 Mattson, Dorothy, 251, 268 Matusik, Madeline, 190 Maxey, Walter, 217 Maxwell, Marlene, 140 Mayes, Marilyn, 140 Mayhew, Walter, 258, 268 McAnallen, Delmont, 240, 268 McCahan, Maureen, 139 McCorkle, Christine, 140 McCune, Richard, 258, 268 McDonald, Patrick, 217 McElcar, Robert, 258, 268 McElroy, James, 123 McFarland, Marie, 268 268 McGlothlin, Betty, 140 McKendrick, Laura, 189 McKiernan, Patricia, 131 McKinley, Jim, 117 McKnight, Robert, 132, 160 McNeil, James, 117 Mcardle, Patrick, 116 McCollum, Terence, 118 McCormick, Jack, 240, 268 McElroy, Robert, 120 McGuckin, Michael, 118 McKinnie, John, 180, 244, 268 McKinley, Jim, 117 McLaughlin, Beatrice, 251, 268 Meador, Carl, 261, 268 Mears, Peter, 268 Melhorn, Karen, 251, 268 Mellor, Charles, 115 Melrin, M., 113 Melvin, Michael, 244, 268 Memmer, Wallace, 161 Menkel, Judy, 134 Mercer, Dianne, 262, 268 Merchant, Donald, 258, 268 Mermelstein, Lewis, 109 Mesko, Kathleen, 192 Mess, John, 226 Messner, Michael, 258, 268 Messner, Ted, 117 Metcalf, Bob, 211 Metz, Bruce, 261, 268 Metz, Michele, 137 Mever, Richard, 113 Meyer, Scott, 117 Meyer, Susan, 135 Michalec, Patricia, 135 Michalec, Richard, 244, 268 Miller, Carol, 135 Miller, Jeanette, 131 Miller, Jeffrey, 120 Miller, Judith, 114, 131, 189, 268 Miller, Kathleen, 136, 156, 164, 240, 268 Miller, Kenneth, 226 Musch, Judith, 133 Musick, James, 160, 269 Musser, Charles, 164 Mutasc io, Michael, 125 Myers, John W., 241 Myers, Mary A., 251, 262, 269 Myers, Mellany, 142 Myers, Thomas, 258, 269 Nagy, Barbara, 135, 192 Nagy, William, 113, 241, 269 Nahas, Nardell Mary, 252, 269 , James, 113 Nash, Charles, 119, 225 Natoli, Natoli, Angelo, 119 Joseph, 119 Neely, Robert, 123 Neidert, lain, 252, 269 Nelson, Ronald, 117 Neman, Patrick, 180 Nemeth, Steven, 122, 150, 156, 202 258, 269 Netling, Sue, 133, 252 Netta, William, 258, 269 Nettles, Robert, 123 Newma 269 n, Sharon, 145, 153, 154, 252, Nicholas, Jane, 176 Nichols, Jack, 119 Nichols, Jack W., 121 Niedermeyer, Carol, 145 Nieman, Candi, 143 Nilsen, Robert, 1 15 Noall, Thomas, 121 Nodine, Douglas, 117 Noe, James, 165 Nolan, Candice, 137, 193 Normington, Dale, 150, 241, 269 Norris, Daniel, 119 Null, Patsy, 252, 269 Nye, Wendy, 258, 269 Nyitray, Judy, 139 Connie, 137 Miller, Larry, 251, 268 Miller, Mary L., 139, 193 Miller, Stephanie, 147 Minko, Mickie, 131 Mitchell, Patricia, 140 Mitish, Dora, 240, 268 Moewe, Clinton, 262, 268 Mohler, Janice, 133 Moke, Phyllis, 133, 155, 251, 268 Molenaur, Cynthia, 141, 188 Molnar, Roger, 123 Monsch, James, 113 Monsell, Frederick, 121 Montgomery, Ray, 221 O'Hare, Terence, 214, 225 Oakes, Shelia, 252, 270 Oakman, Shelley, 131 Ober, Cheryl, 143 Ocepek, Richard, 258, 270 Ochs, Lewis, 109 Ochsenhirt, Timothy, 117 Oddo, John, 125 Oldham, Robert, 115, 213 Olejarski, Lawrence, 121 Oleksuk, Michael, 117, 160 Olivo, Barbara, 176 Olson, James, 117, 223 Oppenheimer, Martin, 241, 270 Moody, William, 219 Moore, Elizabeth, 133 Moore, Michael, 187 Moreno, James, 162 Morgan, Clark, 217 Morrison, Gary, 209 Morrison, Richard, 187 Morris, Cemon, 240, 269 Morris, Don, 162 Morris, Kathleen, 131 Moses, Valerie, 251, 269 Moskovitz, David, 240 Moss, Timothy, 241, 269 Mosser, Fred, 119 Motz, Carol, 133, 189 Movsesian, Gregory, 115 Mullins, Richard, 117 Mumelstein, Lewis, 186 Mun o Richard 121 190 Orashan, Thomas, 113 Orndorf, Ronald, 121 Orr, Timothy, 186 Osborne, Carolyn, 270 Osborne, Richard, 258, 270 Osborne, Robert, 252, 270 Ostergard, Arthur, 162 Ostroski, Janet, 139 Ostroski, Mary, 139 Ostroski, Patricia, 139 Otterman, Frank, 115 Otto, Judith, 135 Otto, William, 113 Owen s, Betty, 252, 270 Pagnard, David, 163, 175, 182 Painter, William, 211 Pallage, Jacqueline, 177, 178, 241, 270 Palmer, John, 115 S . , . Munka, Mary Ann, 116, 135, 153, 156, 183 Munroe, Walter, 117 Murawski, John, 119 Murdoch, Elaine, 241, 269 Murgatroyd, Mary K., 142 Murgul, Sandra, 131 Murphy, Diane, 201 Murphy, Lynne, 133, 261, 269 Murphy, Marguerite, 145 280 Palmer, Joseph, 258, 270 Palmer, Kathleen, 131 Palomaki, Markku, 121 Panu, Veijo, 123 Paolano, Susan, 137 Paonessa, Ralph, 252, 270 Papalio, Rocco, 123, 187 Pardue, Jerry, 258 Parker, Richard, 125, 209 Parkinson, 252, 270 Patrick, James, 115 Pattakou, Ann, 241, 270 Patterson, Donald, 117 Patti, Jacquelin, 131 Paulsen, Robert, 123 Pavich, Janet, 133, 192 Pavlov, Suzanne, 141 Paxton, Paul, 125, 209 Pearce, David, 119, 157, 213 Peca, Louis, 123 Pecic, Bogdan, 213 Peck, Daniel, 209 Pecko, Jerry, 125 Penotte, William, 119 Peresta, Patricia, 139 Peroli, James, 123 Perry, Rita, 143 Peterson, Cal, 225 Peterson, Harold, 209 Petrarca, Judith, 139 Petrarca, William, 113, 184 Petri, Oswald, 258, 270 Petrie, Judith, 141, 156, 241, 270 Petruccio, James, 113 Petty, Judy, 141 Pheasant, Merle, 113 Phelps, David, 113 Phelps, Maria, 241, 270 Phillips, Cynthia, 252, 270 Phillips, Nancy, 233 Phillips, Thomas, 117 Pidwell, Richard, 219 Pines, Frederick, 109, 219 Pinto, John, 121 Piscazzi, Janet, 252, 270 Pittman, Patricia, 143, 188 Poda, Josephine, 241, 270 Pogwizd, Ann, 252, 270 Poinar, Alexander, 115 Policy, Norma, 131 Polites, Nancy, 133 Pollock, Robert, 113, 259, 270 Polyak, Gregory, 121 Porosky, George, 115, 154, 244, 270 Posjena, Guenter, 221, 244, 270 Posten, Carlton, 252, 270 Postich, Steven, 125 Pourzal, Nikrouz, 177 Prack, Arlene, 137, 252, 270 Prarat, Robert, 125 Prats, Joanna, 252, 270 Pressler, David, 259, 270 Pribonic, Lawrence, 119, 225 Price, Douglas, 225 Price, William, 117, 130 Prinzo, Gerald, 119 Probsdorfer, Andrea, 143 Protheroe, Patricia, 130 Prough, George, 115 Przytula, William, 117, 203 Psihos, Pamela, 133 Pudoka, Alice, 143 Pullo, Nancy, 119, 139, 155, 184, 193 Puryear, Norma, 241, 270 Putnam, Sandra, 177, 263, 270 Pyett, Judy, 241, 270 Queiroga, Joseph, 213 Quinn, Edward, 241, 270 Quirk, Sharon, 137 Rabb, John, 165, 241, 270 Radin, Alexander, 113, 259, 270 Rafferty, Linda, 241, 270 Rainey, Judith, 102, 139, 175, 183, 184 Rakich, Carl, 223 Ramoska, Sharon, 263, 270 Ramsey, Donna, 191 Ravenscroft, John, 125 Reed, Frances, 142 Reich, Susanne, 147, 192, 241, 270 Reighard, Donald, 111, 244, 270 Reilly, Judy, 145, 186 Reingold, Richard, 109 Reisman, Esther, 177 Reiss, Arthur, 115, 270 Rejkowski, Joseph, 160, 180, 244, 270 Remark, David, 117, 163, 259, 271 Rendon, Joseph, 209 Repasky, Mary, 139 Reuter, Kathryn, 141 Reymann, Vincent, 181, 245, 271 Rhinesmith, Rex, 115 Ricca, Nancy, 131 Rice, Susan, 143 Rich, Daniel, 209 Richard, Candace, 137 Rickeard, Dave, 159 Riegler, Edward, 124 Rink, Dorothy, 176 Ritzman, Wayland, 245, 271 Robinson, Burt, 225 Robinson, Carl, 259, 271 Robishaw, John, 115 Rochette, James, 162 Rochford, Thomas, 176 Rodgers, Jack, 177, 179 Rodgers, John, 123, 241, 271 Roe, John, 116, 134, 157 Rogerson, Darrell, 125, 257 Rogers, Thomas, 242, 271 Rolland, James, 123 Roller, David, 209, 223, 252, 271 Romosca, Sam, 115 Roney, Susan, 156, 189, 227 Rose, Geoffrey, 109 Rosenbaum, Joel, 245, 271 Rosenblatt, Harold, 108, 154, 259, 271 Rosenblum, Dale, 109 Rosenkrans, Dick, 211 Ross, Linda, 146 Ross, Thomas, 252, 270 Rossi, Gary, 113 Rothermel, Gerald, 209 Rouch, David, 160, 245, 270 Rubinstein, Bernard, 109, 242, 270 Ruble, Jay, 117 Rummer, James, 162 Ruppel, Harold, 119 Rusnak, Wayne, 117 Rusnik, Linda, 141 Russell, Cheryl, 137 Rutan, Robert, 113 Ryan, Judy, 141 Ryan, Terrence, 115 Ryland, Lynn, 245, 270 Salhany, Susan, 133, 189 Salyer, Janis, 263, 270 Salzer, Nancy, 182 Samuelson, Frank, 163, 259, 270 Sandburg, Jim, 117 Sandy, Jean, 131 Saros, John, 253, 270 Sassaman, Elizabeth, 253, 270 Sasso, Philip, 123 Savick, Judith, 133 Scanlan, Timothy, 242, 270 Scapiro, Frank, 164 Scardamalia, Theodore, 123 Scarpitti, Arthur, 125 Schaaf, Robert, 270 Schaeffer, Richard, 109 Schafer, Dennis, 121 Schaff, Jack, 242, 270 Scheatzle, Charles, 160 Scheid, Sharon, 135 Scherer, Frederick, 123 Schiavone, Anita, 131 Schlitt, Howard, 123 Schmader, David, 160, 245 Schmid, Erich, 125 Schmittel, Glen, 259, 270 Schneider, Alice, 253, 271 Schoch, Christopher, 113 Schoenhaar, Roy, 125, 203 Schotziner, Charles, 259, 271 Schray, Douglas, 117 Schroeder, Melissa, 135 Schuett, Fred, 209 Schuster, Frederick, 115 Schwall, Jeffrey, 117 Schwartz, Robert, 119, 219 Schweitzer, Robert, 257, 271 281 Scofido, Nancijean, 131, 192 Scott, Carol, 133 Scott, Diana, 242, 271 Scott, Robert, 125 Seals, Darrington, 110, 253, 271 Sear, Chuck, 116 Sears, Sandy, 137 Seiberling, Walter, 123 Seiler, Louis, 158, 184, 209, 223 Semenec, Michael, 123 Serrano, Edward, 115 Seymour, Gayle, 220 Sgro, Charles, 125, 203 Shaffer, Ronald, 180 Shaft, Jack, 164 Shai, Barbara, 131 Shank, Sue, 145 Sharp, Sara, 133 Shaver, Doris, 263, 271 Shaw, Linda, 242, 271 Shell, Carol, 133 Sherman, Richard, 109, 242, 271 Sheskin, Laurie, 147, Shipman, Donald, 125 , Shirk, Larry, 122 Schoenfelt, David, 154, 174 Shoenfelt, James, 259, 271 Shuff, John, 99, 117 Shumaker, Thomas, 125 Shwartz, Steve, 162 Sibbio, Barbara, 139 Simmons, Constance, 135, 192 Simmons, Linda, 98, 135 Simmons, Susan, 242, 271 Simonetti, Diane, 135 Singleton, Daniel, 253, 271 Sloan, Jerry, 214 Sl oat, William, 116, 156, 227, 242, 271 Smith, Alvin, 110 Smith, Audre, 141 Smith, Barbara, 271 Smith, Christopher, 109 Smith Cynthia, 147 Smith, David, 125, 161, 245, 271 Smith, Dennis, 253, 271 Smith, James, 115 Smith, Jane, 135 Smith, Judith, 143 Smith, Kurt, 123 Smith, Nancy, 263, 271 Smith, Norman, 242, 271 Smith, Robert, 214 Smith, Rosalind, 135 Smith, Susan, 253, 271 Smitle y, Carol, 125 Snider, Terry, 125 Snoble, Roger, 125 Snyder, Frederick, 161, 245,271 Snyder, Marcia, 133 Solomon, Sandra, 147 Sombaty, Donna, 188 Sommers, Barbara, 136, 253, 271 Sooy, Richard, 115 Sopko, Thomas, 199 Spagnuolo, Donald, 161, 181, 245, 271 Spagn uolo, Mary, 253 Sparhawk, Robert, 121 Spears, Mary, 253, 271 Spring, Fred, 225 Spring er, Alan, 259, 271 Stafford, Dennis, 259, 271 Stahl, Richard, 271 Stammler, Richard, 242, 271 Stanec, Dennis, 220 Stanich, Ronald, 219 Stapleton, Jerry, 209 Stark, Jean, 137, 253, 271 Stashkiw, Walter, 117 Stashkiw, William, 117 Stastny, Michael, 123 Stecz, Steed, Stein, Stein, Thomas, 125 Patricia, 143 Forrest, 253, 271 Hilton, 109 Stein, Janet, 253, 271 Steininger, Donald, 259, 271 Steinmetz, Edward, 217 Williams Stephany, Wayne, 223 Stephen, Kenneth, 121, 242, 271 Stephens, Burke, 119 Stevens, Robert, 123 Stillmayer, Udo, 125, 213, 242, 271 Stillwell, Edward, 121 Stine, Homer, 121 Stitz, Maw, 135 Stone, Ronald, 112, 242, 271 Stout, Dean, 119, 221 Strazdins, Astrida, 137, 193 Strezoff, Carolyn, 133 Stull, Charles, 121 Stull, Bruce, 160 Stump, Blenda, 253, 271 Sturm, Fred, 115 Styles, Karen, 137 Sugarberg, Bruce, 187 Suiter, Carl, 119, 150, 155, 213, 271 Sukosd, Lani, 143 Sutton, Mary, 201 Sutton, Nina, 129 Svetik, Maryanne, 201, 233 Swaney, Larry, 261, 271 Swartz, Pauline, 139 Swedler, Susan, 147, 188 Sweeney, Harold, 260, 271 Swenson, John, 121 Swires, Charles, 253, 271 Sykes, Barry, 117 Sykes, Kathleen, 131, 263 Sykes, Kathryn, 141 Talbert, Jerry, 117, 162 Tanenhaus, Martin, 242, 271 Tatman, David, 117 Taubold, Richard, 162 Taylor, Julie, 141 Taylor, Lawrence, 115 Taylor, Lorene, 139 Taylor, Patricia, 133, 177, 263 Teran, Alan, 115, 225 Terril, Linda, 137 Terry, Roger, 115, 150, 158, 242, 203 Testa, Dennis, 125 Thatcher, Judith, 139, 254, 272 Thomas, Cynthia, 193 Thomas, Jean, 137, 227 Thomas, Richard, 209 Thomas, William, 160, 245, 272 Thompson, Doug, 202 Thompson, Frank, 214 Thompson, Sheryl, 143 Thompson, William, 125 Thomson, Dennis, 117 Thomson, Douglas, 117, 209 Thorton, Homer, 160, 245, 272 Tillett, John, 121 Tillotson, Steven, 217 Tobias, Robert, 119, 242, 272 Tokar, Edward, 115 Tomcik, Mary, 135 Tomic, John, 145, 272 Toto, Peter, 115, 209 Tracy, Carley, 254 Traub, Patricia, 137 Traux, William, 250, 261, 272 Tretto, Diana, 139 Trifonoff, Carol, 190, 254, 272 Trownson, Carl, 113 Troy, Frank, 261, 272 259, 272, Troyer, John, 186 Tucker, Robert, 165, 243, 272 Tumpson, Barry, 260, 272 Tunelius, Ray, 113 Turbak, John, 123, 181 Turner, James, 113, 260, 272 Turner, Joyce, 254, 272 Turner, Richard, 214, 225 Turner, William, 214 Turpin, Terry, 160, 245, 272 Tyler, Barbara, 254, 272 Tyson, Ronald, 209 Uber, Robert, 209 Ulichney, Susan, 137 Ulrich, Barry, 260, 272 Ulrich, Joanne. 143 Ulrich, Skip, 125 Undercoffer, Jill, 143 Undercoffer, Judith, 143 Ungerman, Larry, 233 Unruh, James, 260, 272 Vadnay, Andrew, 213, 221 Valentine, Doris, 254, 272 Valentine, Roger, 121 Van Doros, Denise, 131 Van Meter, Deborah, 131 Varga, Laszlo, 245, 272 Vargo, Rita, 133 Varian, Donald, 117, 162 Vaughn, Robert, 199, 202 Vereshack, Cheryl, 135 Vereshack, Linda, 135 Vezzani, Dennis, 125 Viall, James, 119 Victum, Larry, 110, 202 Vincent, Raymond, 242, 272 Vogel, Alan, 260, 272 Vogt, James, 121 Voinov, William, 125, 254, 272 Volk. John, 114, 260, 272 Volkmor, Jan, 138 Vollert, llona, 145 Volpe, Richard, 115 Vorderman, Rebecca, 133 Vuduris, James, 125 Wack, Patrick, 119, 260, 272 Wagner, Christine, 141 Wagner, Richard, 226 Wagoner, Gary, 113, 260, 272 Walder, Margaret, 143 Walker, Donald, 117 Walker, Russell, 158, 191, 182, 202 Walko, Judith, 135 Wallace, Charles, 217 Walter, David, 209 Walters, Daniel, 124, 213 Warley, Ronald, 121 Warnock, Beverly, 139 Waser, Jennifer, 263, 273 Waser, Harold, 165, 243, 272 Waters, Robert, 117, 209, 223 Watson, Richard, 116 Watts, Judith, 243, 273 Watts, Timothy, 245, 273 Waxman, Harriet, 176 Webb, Joe, 254, 273 Weegar, Carolyn, 136 Weikert, Margaret, 145, 189, 254, Weinberger, Gail, 147 Weirath, Robert, 117, 260, 273 282 273 Weirtz, Dean, 195, 225 Weisberg, Michael, 199, 203, 227 Weiss, Judith, 98, 147 Welling, James, 115, 209 Weninger, Ronald, 117, 260, 273 Wentink, Linda, 137 Werner, Phyllis, 145 West, Bonita, 260, 273 West, James, 119 Wetherbee, George, 211, 225 Wetsthtein, Paul, 117 White, David, 211, 243 White, Frances, 211, 254 White, Patricia, 137 Whited, James, 119 Whitmer, Robert, 219 Whitmore, Sandra, 263 Wilbirt, Dave, 221 Wilcox, Linda, 131 Wilkin, Donna, 143 Willey, John, 121 Williams, David, 213 Williams, Donald, 214, 225 Williams, Gary, 121 Williams, Richard, 115 Williams, Robert, 245, 273 Williams, Ronald, 225 , Yvonne, 254, 273 Wilson, Russell, 111 Wilson, Theodore, 163 Wilson, Theresa, 139 Wise, James, 191 Wise, Joyce, 131 Witt, Ron, 121, 182 Wolf, Jean, 137 Wolfe, Kenneth, 254, 273 Wolford, Marianne, 131 Woll, Alan, 209 Woodling, Kathy, 164 Woodruff, Nancy, 131, 254, 273 Wright, Stephen, 109 Wurgler, Jon, 115 Wyler, Alicia, 143 Yale, Ronald, 115 Yasenka, David, 125 Yasenka, Bob, 125 Yauger, Robert, 209 Yee, Jocelyn, 135 Yotis, George, 177 Young, Charles, 211 Young, Ralph, 243, 273 Young, Gary, 245, 273 Zager, Betty, 101, 133, 157, 193, 254 273 Zalob, Michael, 109 Zarle, Loretta, 243, 272 Zeis, Richard, 111, 162 Zemla, Rosemary, 139 Zeid, Ernest, 261, 273 Zied, Marcia, 254, 273 Ziemba, George, 119 Zimmerman, Gail, 147 Zimmerman, Helen, 145, 153 Zimmerman, Steven, 109 Zuch, Deona, 192 Zucker, Larry, 109 Zumpano, Linda, 139 Zumpano, Paulette, 138, 254, 273 Zuravel, Stanley, 160 Zvoleff, Maryann, 192 Zwisler, Donald, 209 Photography Index Colonna Studios-Alex Dmitrash Senior and Greek portraits Dell Harbin 221T, 221B, 222TL, 222B, 222TR, 223T, 224TL, 224R, 224B, 225T Arnold Newman 7R, 54, 75R John Roe 1R, 3R, 4BL, 118, 12, 13, 178, 24TR, 328, 33R, 35BR, 37T, 37B, 38, 39, 40B, 4OTL, 4OTR, 41TR, 41BR, 41BL, 41L, 43BL, 44L, 44BR, 45B, 45R, 46L, 47BR, 1lOB, 119, 123, 124, 130, 130B, 132B, 147, 160, 161, 162, 163, 176B, 177, 18OB, 184B, 186T, 186B, 190, 195BL, 195T, 1968, 228TR, 229T, 23OT, 2308, 231T Louis Tobias 7L, 8L, 9M, 10, 11T, 14TL, 15T, 15B, 16TL, 18TR, 18B, 19T, 198, 22TR, 34T, 35TL, 36T, 43T, 45M, 46TR, 478L, 51T, 53, 56, 748, 77T, 79TL, 828, 838L, 83TR, 83TL, 84, 85L, 858, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92, 105, 106, 107, 111T, 115, 116, 127TL, 128BL, 128BR, 128TR, 135, 139, 144, 152, 153, 164T, 165, 167, 168, 17OT, 176T, 184T, 187T, 188, 189T, 1898, 190, 192, 193, 194, 1958, 196M, 198TR, 208T, 209, 210, 211, 212T, 2128, 213, 214, 215, 217M, 219, 220TR, 22OTL, 220R, 220L, 221TR, 226, 227, 230, 231, 237M, 2408R, 247TR, 250M, 255M, 269, 272, 273, 274 Robert Wllkey 1T, 18, 28, 2T, 3L, 4TL, 6R, 6TL, 78, 8R, 9L, 9R, 148, 16TR, 168, 17T, 18TL, 20, 21, 22TL, 228, 23L, 23R, 248, 24TL, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30TR, 308, 318, 31T, 32T, 33L, 34B, 35T, 36BL, 36BR, 42, 43BR, 44TR, 47T, 48, 49, 50T, 50B, 51B, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74T, 75L, 76L, 76BR, 76TR, 77B, 78B, 78T, 79B, 79TR, 81, 82L, 83BR, 85BR, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 109, 120, 121, 126, 127B, 127TR, 129, 134, 137T, 140, 141, 143TL, 147, 149, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 164B, 169R, 169L, 17OB, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 178, 179, 18OT, 181T, 182, 183T, 183L, 185R, 185L, 186L, 191T, 191B, 196T, 197, 198TL, 198BR, 198BL, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 207, 208R, 208L, 216B, 216TL, 216TR, 218L, 218T, 218B, 228BR, 228BL, 229BR, 231B, 235, 239TR, 263M, 275, 285, 286, 287. 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