University of Akron - Tel Buch Yearbook (Akron, OH)

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X if 5 WEQV ks 'I Xl ' E. l. Thomas Performing Arts Hall T' fe? The cornerstone was set in place in the S12 million- plus E. J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall on July 21, 1971. Shooting now for an opening day of November 14, 1972, the structure will have a seating capacity of 3,000. lt is expected to be the cultural center for the Akron area for many years to come. Hopefully, students will get a break in the rental and maintenance costs in future years, and entertainment will be scheduled to satisfy all elements of the Akron Community. 4 msg? 13 X X X x Y vxXN , X X Ny Y f' XX. fix N +1 ' ...im-gg. 1 ,H sf-xx 'S' ifjffi, 1? .gi pax 1 O 1 A 1 ' --- -? X ..,., ,., E.:-www,-' ,,'fL. 'Je Fill!!! -ll-.1 .,., - B 12355-.-5 ,A .iffy -' -L?'3S" F.. wtf wi , -'Q fr' V -- '-f4',.1 f '- . -,Q . ' --' 7 Naval gi - I b fat-. vi . , 7 X 4 'l:- . . I .v V .,-1 .gr ,ah V .. "N ' ' I ' 45-- Hs -1 -. V. '-f, '-A ,IQQET Q. ' 'A 'T ' L' ' , . A ' T 'X f i l fi... et ,.'Y"2 fiat" ' '---s r 1 was K '. 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Total cost of the project is estimated at 853,010,000 The building is a complex with four wings, connected by an arcade containing a main study and circu- lation space. Classroom facilities include one multi-purpose room with a seating capacity of 300, ten classrooms with accommodations for 20 to 60 students, and one lecture room with a capacity of 81. Laboratories include physics-biology, chemistry-geology, mechanical drawing, me- chanics, machine shop, electronic, data processing, art and secretarial science: Projected enrollment is for 750 full-time students, coming pri- marily from l-lolmes, Medina, and Wayne Counties. 5 y A 1 .4-ff-""'3 ...' 4- ,.,..4--"' N , ,W,x,,,,,.,,....v,, ..- N Qu iw-1' WW, Q.. Ag 1 ,rw-sniff' 'V -f hm.. . 2. .21 +i'.,.,,,L -INV 0 ,1 J, L.R'M,.:.,,:,. ,,, Q. - 4,.. . ,, X ,,W,,,. l'aevu.u1-.ia-wf,5g.+ls W - .. itll f f ' H503 415 Aw 41- -'11-.iveJ'vwfk5f,,A -, ,wu.,...4. .- 2 vi ., Practice e, , Makes Perfect? "f le w - - - 5 3 5, ' tw, . 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' . - .,.. .QT off -1 ' -Mr Y ...r-:H :K A Y AWA ' , ., . 1- . , RW! u. A , 1 . , ,X 5 -,.,,,q A - , f, ,U 9 , A 'ff , -. K 1 , , an .X 'K . . pf' ' va - , ff F5 f ' -1 -K lp, Q ..ffif3J9f',ff1Q .. .X Q ,:?:' 'fi 3'-'T ' Q., --Lb... 422 'N LM, 'NY 'J uid , ' 1, -'fx if Ami, A Q'42Q9fy 1' X .., W .. qv Q 44. H .Li ,... L., 9K-Q' N Delta annnna House September 18, 1971 The oldest continuous Delta Gamma chapter, founded in Akron in 1879, held the dedication for its new house on Acme-Zip day 1971. The one hundred and fifty thousand dollar colonial struc- ture was completed one year after the ground breaking. Ceremonies included a visit by national and provincial offi- cers and a speech by Dr. Guzzetta. I4 X2 me umvrnsmr or mon 4 'i lv X ' g l V he , gy 1, ,y , ' -1,1 ,' af lv 'R l 1- , 41, . , Y 'Q is 1 1 Y Af ,ft 'rl J P 4? ' 1. 1 14. my . ,f 1 :Q 1 .5-,-411 M J in .,. . 1"l,.'1,..1"2, 3 f-., -..,. .. ,,. -,s M E .f"5., Fix .f1,1,l1K"g ... - ,. 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Meeting new people, so many people, Trying to 4069 fellow freshmen. make a good impression, Trying to be me. Registering, being counseled, Contemplating the future. Wondering, Anticipating, Hesitating, Hoping. . . 20 Q xt A X September 25, 1977 1. X ... ?""""1"'-X-M-v-w..,,,.,,.,,,,, -v--N-., ' ?.:1s.. f-my f7if""F ' . Q? 35 g'f"1f4 .Ski lv-ta' iL fQ?5'?":'f'g..'55i5'2Q, g'g-2-PM My 'V If PQ' G 0 ,555 ...wav Y- 'i ,i"""Ya -vw- ,S Ye, 21 T' M., sip 19,000 Students Enter 'S B TS , ii, T e at , .waw . inx: - .,., - .. AM., VA4- - V t' k ,Sl ,x . X . V .. . .ml 'J fi H t nun: f hun if x U I ' ., f . X -. ' "' "f-'wfraluv ...VA- ,, -4. .,.. H... W ,z , September 27, 1971 22 , H.-W... The Learning Machine It 5 a New Dawn Q 92 1 Y M... 'Rx IAN 1 F ,- 1 5 1 -'f 2 2 - r . , . E i 5 Q li """"?' J ,a ,W 11, !V 5, 41 JY 1, i 9 F 1 1 X 1 wa aw A' -in go '. 7.44. J.. Jin, A 53 , 21 ' QS -H ws. 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This is where, Sometimes - Promises - Pledges - Neophyte - Brother -tor some, Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Phi Alpha Delta Tau Delta Lambda Chi Alpha Omega Psi Phi Pi Kappa Epsilon Phi Delta Theta Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Tau Phi Sigma Kappa Sigma Pi Tau Kappa Epsilon Theta Chi l E AEl'l AGPA ATA AXA QUJCD l'lKE GAG QDKLU IDKT CDZK Zl'l TKE GX ,qi 1 ff 1 jj, xx' if fe 26 I l - 1 xl , '-"Z up Q0 uvF" h ' ff: r' v K H 11. s"' 4. t. -i Y 1l'l1' 'I .,- 1"o la 3 3 Qi? AAD AFA AKA XQ AI' AZ Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Kappa Alpha Chi Omega Delta Gamma Delta Zeta may "w.g.7'? f KKI' QSM GOA ZTA Kappa Kappa Gamma Phi Mu Theta Phi Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha iff Looking, meeting, hoping . . . rushing, A smiling stranger, then, a laughing friend, Very different people in look-alike outfits . And some look-alike people. Watching botched skits and not minding, " y ' I After names and majors . . . an opinion, , X A ., A 4 Talking at, to, with everyone and someone. Ovvls, anchors, keys - on walls, pillovvs, books, charts, and people Girls, talking about guys, classes, guys, vacations, guys, Finding out theres no dessert at desserts, Meeting an only child with 60 sisters, Them, reliving, and you, living, Good times, Rush times. 27 if Chamber Ballet October 8, 9, 10, 11, 1971 K X f x X N + C ,KX ,I K, J ' 1 K , y N X Ii X 1 ff 1? 1 , ---- Xw..-J - - , , R ., xx ? .,,. at af- 3,1 X I W.- A M 1 "m,x,w',LuiQ4Q, QNWV ,mv J if ' 1 Just a body, vnu, l fygf'-Lg L. V, X, Made ot many, many different muscles Coordinated, graceful, poised Long hours of practice The result - beauty. Beauty in continuous unbroken lines, Meditated movement, Expression ot love, and hate Just a body. -S -AA X. X P A Ma li -f l ., .4 1L'57g.Qg . V. .. - -.as-'-f 211-fr ,QW 1 ,A H ff Biff? . to 415 Mgr, 22. , ',3,':,::'z5:3gg 542555152 33' .53 99520945 .rl 14:w:g'ZfL,'- ' 'N 'gf WJ-"7' - .i.f. -rf. .-.,-r,,:ty- '- .f..-filly' - 521,194-5 if-,M '11 - f i, A-...,,., .4,, , . .. 1 V, i . -,-,, ,. 1, ,L ,. ,.,ff,-,1,y.- 51, V-.4 , -f., 1- fwfr Agfa? i f ' - ,.41'f,1in,' Q 5' A.. i f- W. ,-.1s,.f . 1,45 1" gt ,M :cz M 1 Law Center Groundbreaking VVitn a projected opening date near mid-1973, tne lavv center will nave an enrollment capacity of 600 students. The structure and facilities will cost approximately 52.5 million. Justice William O'NeiIl spoke at the ground- breaking, October 9, which was neld in the Hill- top, due to rain. W? 1, l -Leu 9994 I --- I ,,x 'Ula' fu -if ,ml Tne Universitv of Akron School of Law Center H 'Vai .natal 352 ww, X Av: - V4 A , I A! .. ,tif ,E if .IV gg' gy Mfg: xnfijjilwgfl ,..k,,,.,, . - V f f f ,t- f. s,,u.,,1.,-,.-M Senator Mark Hatfield CD-Oregonj October 7, 1977 "There's a greater power that can overcome all the physical powers we can now identify in our military hardware, in the billy clubs, rifles, and so forth, and that is the power of love." "One out of every four Americans regards political instability as his major fear forthe nation." "We look for a life where people are loved more than things." -it AX L ,, Q- .Q l lQ4nw-nn, .-, , H i ,,., x . . ram, hiv- Ninn., 6 , P .--Qs 1.. A v. V -4 I J A vs,...,Y.f ,- Ar S fa -,,. . 31 I If X ww ivan. . 4, Perplexity is the beginning of knowledge." Kahlil Gibran if I 15 ,ge ff ww ,.4, . n A .f-MN . ,Q AFM. Y Schock Hutton Thomas ' McCana Budiiszevvski Hunter Greene Pierce Coughenour Calhoun Yost Kennebrew Clayton Watkins Young Green Sovlansky Jesionek Keitch Maher QB QB SE SE K DHB DHB HB DHB HB DHB DHB SE HB FB FB HB HB DHB FB 1971 ZIPS Spencer Furman Hatch Pardee Allman Bingle Pteister Coppa Preer Blake Clauss Lemley Agostinelli Mannie Winslow Anderson Holian Burke Hamad O'Conner Mazur Richards Bets Muntcan Kavisk McGill Foy Sauner Shilling Albright Tipton Verdin Corn Airhart Houston Walker Sargent Madden Flaherty Maibaver I .4 i qffk 1, 5' 5' .-4' ' 'A A f me ...K FYI" 'mint 542' , .I gig ,LS . ,v , 1 ,A , . S A , 'z::'+f- gg-t 2 A' 1 1,-1 . , Z '. A ' 1- -Af, ., 3 U J ,N ., v-.h 'F A .L jug., .Im -433- IJ I ., V -4 H,-W. . W, ,haw-s4,,w.:ng,wf . ' W -f is A W, Q t'f2a,t3iy'?.'i'a,t ' , , ' ' J 1, t I H ,' W , I fi -, ', 1A ,V ,V xi wfylw .ff J., l A i V 4 .V H I ,4 . M l ' ' V ,7 f:'?fvfF'9Wff1fAW , A' F WMI W' . Wlfgftl 'F12f,5.4,'z 7-ff .. V , V .J far A .Q 'W Q my fi, 'lsr 1 f-A i- nL.'E1,azi."'9'i"i'Q'5i was at BK? -mv: " .ffm-' -2. Trainers Don Marshall Bob Jeffers Managers Denny Mushler Jerry Lesnick Howard Genet Jr. Stan Kovalak Bill Bitter Cheerleaders Sue Gillespie - Captain Nancy Baird Teresa Strong Renee Oldfield Curether Woodward - Co- Jo Lorenzo Barb Snell Kathy lvlull Zippys Mary Bates - Captain Diane Tulley Vicki France - Co-Captain Pat Warren Sue Johnson 1 gi jj QNQWM 2 xii x X Hcnmecoming 1971 October 21, 22, 23, 24, 7971 QZ, John Kolischz Hypnotist Show - Thursday the 2151 yy EM ' v, ,':'f', .- - ' . L. . , .,,, ., .. 3. . .K . . ui Trash of the Thirties Show - Friday the 22nd I 36 Torchlight Parade -Friday the 22nd FN Bonfire - Friday' the 22nd A li? Effie? af 37 S fi ga- A Q - is .nm '...'--f'.:1x:.i'!i!lW'fmY f ..4f,,,,Jg.uwv-P-N. i o V- - i - Q, i ,, , if V n Nm -. Y wh' .' u. A H 'I '-xY , 5.3 fy, ,nfl , - . -I - v.,' ' ' ., 'xi :nv SN' 5 . ,, , 1-f "' - ' 'J' ,ink i -1 "" ww -f'b.',n.' 4 ' .0 , 4 4 Akron vs. Southern Illinois - Saturday the 23rd "Like" joe PhiIlipsj3Q'efiConcert lr I It 1 'fS?f,Qa.ffbYQg" ' . 2 I 38 Q, ,V FL .N 3 -- if 3. . is '? f 't fi .Q ,, , ' - Z.. ' A' xt?" ,f , A i, 52. Lic: N .WHL ass ,.. C, i A ,.i,,s',: W , W -Site-S-rw figs-get av! iz' '- Artis? SL' S, 'w"'ie4- ,, .Y . 2, . , Sf 15- .1 A f ,516 J, 1 9? Q giqgg gf! X Y- T W ' wit 2 W3 ig: my ft, "2 f " Im 3' . , ez,-. , ' 5. -i. 41 QA, .,, 152 V, Q1,f'g. -f '.' ,oz IF'-'V 9 f 4 ' Q' ,,3:fN22xq,,, ,N g ,Wal "2 M fir -' " K " C' 'SW FKHZSK 5 . " "f 51: it . : .y i 4 ' ' , f ' ' N aAiv?3fQ:"?t. 'li 2 . . fi . Y JPQW T2 N' ,-,,,f'a -4 'Q ,iwf,wf,-1 , 3. I , gf! -E Qgigjisw' , i'f:" 'Ill' -Q 52 -,gi 3 .gifs Wziw' 5 with ' Q 4 .ia F, r , 4. , ','fy,,, 1. -.5 9, fy , War- 5 lx, iccer vs. Howard U. - Saturday the 23rd ff! It wa 1 1, .A ' if ,.--' he 5 I "S lf If 'A Vw, , f r I fu, , V .,:v.,,,.,, ff 1 H W .-5' tiff--1 ' 4 A -We 2 Student Senate Service Project: Halloween party tor cerebral palsy children "Blessed are those who can give without remembering, and take without forgetting' Elizabeth Bibesco gm Student Senators, looking beyond themselves to give, to create happiness tor others, receiving joy to fb!! Ri Q ., Q"-nn1le.wf . ' , , . X x . -. , 354.2- -. fr v Q .- so Q 3 4 f t C .2 -n. .--A 39 F113 X 1542 - .5355 mc- 5 Y -X .,., ,-1 GSS c 04- 155: -,FQ . 1,-L-JA.-Q . 2.1. 13 x -sf.-ii' ' -X3 NL 5 K. I I -. 42 .,. V 2.4"i'!.. My fm gif' s. ' ':j 'N' it wif ':-'- :T .kxgwgz QQ-ar 'M Q 1 1 H M 1 v 5 w 4.4- 1 , wh I r ,,,, I . ,nf 5- .L .5 - 7-213-1'5c.fr'-'Q 2.255 -L, 7151: "1 w x. ,-,gtg--,gh 5 M81 " K -in Q 5 W' . Ag as A V' 'C 1- , -,A "' . 1 1 4' ' E an , 1. K 1 Q fi, rf il 'Y' 1 0, if . .fn .Q ol. 4 0 ,M Y 5 , X 5 U Z..--:HE 5 1 5' 1 A 5 E J' ' -A ,. ..-W I-Iornecomin USED Geraldine Dejarnette "Beauty is that which attracts the soul." Kahlil Gibran 3 vi 5 ,L :AZ "ff to Geri, accompanied by her father, is crowned by Mary Beth, as Dr. Guzzetta looks on. 41 So Homecoming 1971 comes to a close. There were many changes this year. Activ- ities planned but poorly attended. The first black girl was elected queen. Two univer- sity students were arrested doing what has alvvays before been considered tradition. It seemed as if there was more excitement about what had happened than what was to take place. Maybe vve've all forgotten just what homecoming really means. It wasn't any run-of-the-mill Homecoming. I 42 Ymlqih. 2 A ,yn ,X .1 . f W 2 "IWW if-f 4, ,f ff if "' rf' Nfl, 4. . 7' x' 'hlqizi 1 , zzfziiefffv J , pr',g3.w55a5Qi,J ,, ,-4, .. 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Z i i Can she choose her role? Will she? : XE NFL T i Telling a stor like it is, no makeup, people, ghetto, slums, deprivation, trickery, lies, life. Y Ceremonies in Dark Id Men : 46 Blue and old Marching Band Une Hundred Ninety-Eight Strong Jrs upon hours upon hours of practiceg Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, those knees, swing those horns, i nor six inches of rnud, w until you can't blow any more. no, nothing ne-Zip, Cleveland Browns, stops the mighty marching machine. ming for the Super Bowl, The standing ovation, owing the Zips, knowing you gave one hundred and one percent, in to Indiana. brings the needed sense of fulfillment. 47 Performing Artist: THE UNIVERSITY or AKRON STUDENT CENTER PROGRAM BOARD presents Jbee of urtk in a Concert 9 Friday November 19, 1971 9200 p. m. poke on drugs Thursday afternoon, November 1 1, fe, Frlday night, to sung In the Hilltop. QtSlTy T S 9 5 5 1 '9'r Eg 1 'P N ua .. N -X 4 :u 'S it o f Q - MAT LU .. 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E Wi 'iff'-'T of 1,41 1 1 . . '.'4."w V . 4L'X"1'l " hzsv.. ' -., bb l9l'g:.,n:n+N,.'f.'.'. 57 "All our dandelion days are done and so vve'Il run the fields no more in search of wild roses that grow out on the moorf' Rod MoKuen Central Michigan 10 Akron 7 Q A Indiana State 37 - Akron 10 v .t K X , 5 wxtt ff, , 'riff' vi- W. V - Q1 Ls,-.1-4. -- ww' -,111 , -r nw-Q..-a- gil- 1 fu'iw 'll-vft 7l 1 - L We seemed to have everything wrapped up, and then came Central Michigan, or rather, vve went to them, and lost - yet there was still hope, we could vvin the rest of them. But Indiana took care of that, and we came home, tired and beaten, but still proud. MM i . -H - X H45 Q ' 'kmukwb Y Butier Western Illinois Ball State North Texas State Northern Michigan Southern Illinois Central Michigan Indiana State Indiana U ot Pa. Youngstown State OPP O 7 7 6 17 21 10 37 14 O was 'lr H. , I I I I 1 I Ii I 1i 11 i 1 I i ,, W .SI mf' A black woman alone t attempting to tell a different view of history of people not names the feelings, emotions are real and chilling to think, to know how long, how long U 48, Vinie Burrows, presented by Afro-American Studies and Black United Students, in "Walk Together ChiIdren," the black scene in prose, poetry, and song. Ill, PF -'. Za if L7 u 41, ull 'N A 5.-... W...- Akron mayoral candidates participated in "Issues and Answers" in Akron U's Summit Lounge before the November election. Democrats candidate Dennis Shaul, incumbent Republican Mayor John Ballard, and American Independent candidate Truman Webb, debated vaii ous solutions to Akron's high unemployment figures and the future of downtown Akron, along with other campaign issues. Mayor Ballai was re-elected with 42,082 votes for his second term. Shaul drew 38,171 votes, and Webb received 689. 62 Dr. John G. Stoessinger, sponsored by the Akron area Adult Education Council and AU's Institute for Civic Education, spoke in Summit Lounge on November 2. Dr. Stoessinger is director of political affairs division of the United Nations, while holding a professorship at City University of New York. The topic of his talk was "The Challenge of China to the West." A-,iz .- , 'N . S- Q . of . 1 A ' ja.. "Campaign '72 - A Preview" by Dr. James Golden, director of speech at Ohio State, was given in J.S.K. on November 16. Dr. Golden is engaged in an extensive analysis of the upcoming presidential campaign for his fourth book on American political communication. 1 ea Alvin Toftler, author of the best-seller, Future Shock, presented his view at Central High School on Friday, November 19, as part of the Town and Gown Lecture Series, Institute for Civic Education. Participating in a Human Sexuality Seminar, Dr. John Tyson spoke in John S. Knight Auditorium on Tuesday, November 30. As associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at John Hopkins University School of Medicine, Dr. Tyson is attempting to develop a new philosophy of sexuality which eventually would lead to a limitation in family size. Ai' Campu Activities ., . - fo agp" 4 lctalxdlni 'Huw ?5vh -V I M191 jjj. '4'."jj- ffIIIQ5'IffII. 5355 Qgifffg' iffffff K 1 f"' ' , J "Wh ,' 5- 4 I K 'A Lv Ar - . , a '--. i .az " ...- k- 'LJ21 1 ,,,i "'r ...,. , In fi 7:2 Ja 1 'QQPLN Jx.1K.f CU 1. fi 5'-V, ! 5 RECYCLE PAPERS L i jlB.E 1 i ' e S 1 - W t , . X Mi f . L' YJ, 'Z Z' 4 V, 1f,f,,,' I f , , ,lil 1 MA i 141 i 64 iii We-t W- til .'f.r:f1l' 'Z .T ii11"'- , . '. L il' , if 5 5 ., I T l l 1 '44' WT. ,Q V--fl Vi: ,1' '5' li' Ai5'?'?: f" :TW ' 13. M191 ktt , W if hun 'Z " ' 4 L . , AlllNiiOlil f - ' ' 'I' 9, 0 ....... I 9 N Q . ,.....t. ' ,....q ..,. .m -ur, '. ibllieilh t --ss. -. --4 1 A .- , Q-Nkglgzti fjjj' i LEGS Q no mmguqi ' ' , TEST it MEN f'Nr'Y'i MOFO Ki CLUB : g, sis- W I N -iq Us .ffl t- iM. CENTER ,. eg V , 1 ' ' ' . i -.1 I.. ..a J FERIFF V . A ilk.fHYt5iP ' f.. . 6 . i ' if' 'Z 1 1 . X -P f -E I .M ., fm n U 'TO -7 it ii, L 2 SAVE A PEOPLE. CUM MUN! CATIUN C ENT!-IH MON. A TU!-IS. X v ' Smiiguistriwii iv . ' CHESS gigiisgb Q CLU5 TUE, SDA Y NOVEMBER EVENING "' hL""'fff3'11, SPM lf, 5 23+3c " 7f0Gr'!?'OO Dt tru F' VK' .- l l HM., 9 K ,. E 9, ,,,,, if fy N' f I J ' firing' . S-'tap ' L ,f fn I 4. I, - .... at 1' ,fn bcifppq ff, Campus activities are as diversified as the people that participate in them. C15 Thoughts, Unlimited shares with others the talents and handicrafts of those that choose to sell their works. Organized by students in the fall quarter, it has proven to be a successful method in exhibiting the creativity of Akron U students. C25 On November 9, students manned tele- phones four consecutive nights securing 57,131.00 for The University of Akron's treasury. C35 By means of one of AU's communication media, the Buchtelite, students stay informed and aware of ex- isting matters and activities. C45 Survival Center members collected used newspa- pers in a recycling campaign held in the Akron area. C53 Good Neighbors was the grateful recipient of WAUP's canned food drive held at Chapel Hill, November 20-22. 65 On Tuesday afternoon of Black Week, Dr. Lasoelles An- derson spoke in Summit Lounge on "Ethnic and Cultural Plural- ism: A Basis for Afro-American Studies." Dr. Anderson is the Director for Afro-American Stud- ies at The University of Akron. ts gifs Af' .:".2- nf- -rf-.dnl .fm 'Sw 4 'J 55:34,fjfv1,,,Wf,fw.'jv,-?v,..f'f,'f g 'Q QekfzggizgttfifW.'ffIg-fiff ' , W ffl:--afwtffisf JU "4"-if 4 if -it ,, . 3-f:127i4'9pj,Qf1,g,ff.f,,?'M:4,,T' 53312, , , 'glam' . g ' - LV ini' -1' ilfn' ,gb ir. 1 , 5616313-5pi'3"p'.fF.:si ., gf 24 ai ww'ff:- .W-tg' 21 "'J7,gff'fy. v,',,fjm,.,4,1 +122 v I, ,p ff-f.,3,' 9 f , A .nd If-Mi ",f".r 1- rl.fr'.: ,iv Y .' " ff! Biff P175 rw- f :"f',',1'-f'1,' v, -Q, 'v 'rp r., 'wr .4 ' , ,+ ,if 'ZW'-,Vf"ff,,V:"-S.o P-',f,1njg.,A,. 2 Y f,,'i"4:f'5f,f"s,,"!,"','F""5s-303' 1 3 ' -dry 4,-3 ar . ,, gf,,1', 'Q .. 2 I , 'bf' 9 as ve 'IDI ,q'fr,."'?'q,, fzgfwi he ffw ' 5 ng Afro-American Studies sponsored a week of activities beginning on Monday, November 15. The program for the week, titled, "The Plural Society in America," was an effort to benefit teaching, scholarship, the humanization of higher education, and the general public through dialogue in the important area of race and race relations. Activities included films follovved by discussionsg "Ceremonies in Dark Old Men," a play by Lonnie Elder llg a dance performance by the Rod Rodgers Dance Companyg two concertsg talks by Dr. Anderson, Dr. .John Szwed, and Dr. Vera Ftubing and a display of artwork by the Afro-American Culture Club from the Ohio State Reformatory at Mansfield. ,,-.....1.-L... 67 AFROTC, participates in campus and community service chapter worked with orphans from the Children's Home 5200.00 for the General Scholarship Fund. Jack Prince, CA US ACTI ITIES Angel Flight, a national honorary which promotes iff, 1 projects monthly. During the fall quarter, Akron U's and sponsored a Crazy Legs Contest which raised ,f"'-'Ax I winner of the contest, was awarded two free meals at Tangier's Restaurant. . t ,."" . tw.-vffx .JV- E? y j The Advertising Club sponsored a Pinto Pile-In contest to gain experience in promotional campaigns. l l 68 l A way to share joy with others . , . You vvant to do something for somebody, but what? The men of Bulger Hall decided to share a great basketball team with someone who would really appreciate itg children from the Sunshine l-lome. So they set up a thirty-hour dribbling marathon. But who wants to watch a group of guys dribbling a basketball? Solution - the women of Theta Phi Alpha Sorority agreed to do Result - six hundred dollars was raised and thirty children got to enjoy an entire season of championship basketball. 'Wwe ---'lf hx Xm the dribbling while the men offered moral support and collected contributions. W. -1? The club picked Ford's newest compact and offered it as a prize to each person who piled in. 69 Y 5- I fi . wx- -wb! N ' IXQU!! 53,91 I "I x x H OU 4? IH.?lWw Nix X Mu lllikxgifk N3 x , K 5 v 3 'R .i M Like a child I justsat inthe sunlight and played with the minutes as they went running by. Like e child who had never known sorrow I didnt hurry tomorrow I just looked at the sky. Rod McKuen -1-1 -f-.Y .- If 4 :aa-14uL4:'uRhna-4'.:',- - 'Y I wr Q W A-,H . .,.....,u,--L- W - :mil-5749 'y A Hy, A . I ffY.:f'!lf.-v JL. f 11 Y 1,-s, I . p 'I3I":'4f-f'II-Ffwftwt-'I ' -I 1 . I A.. ,vpn vi' .-Del .1 .4 A IT! , ,W -f I I .. e Q71-9, 4,-izjfl 47? N, r JI- A T 72 ,fr f -Ei' .Q-1 ff hun v ' Q, ,A Lua' ..f,2S,fh H- 11 1f'Q:i.' 1 f , W .f.41',-,-,. -- 1 ' , .,,, -- , 2-,Rf -'M A ,,.,,x,, 'ITIL' .:l:4..E1 4, - , , - ,MW . , . 1-1, - ..f.y5m,f,.y. 'L Q 'Vw ,uw . MQ 4,4 'gyp- 73 CREEK ACTI ITIES 'Q Theta Chi Wine Festival Delta Zeta Donut-Eating Contest 'r tif' ff' V fa I 'iii it ,r MA I x 'W -8 V J " -Q X -, , Q A F Lf t ty is f M Q r "' 1' .. x Q-.1 Azfjz- ' f Q ' n ' N33 F, N l 1, . Q A. , 1 4 V15 , - at J, 'I I A . ' A Z! ' QJUP' . ,yy we ,X f R' i X xg ' fs., lj , 'i xt ff" 1 W' f 1 1... ' '. . V' 5 1 :Q I -N .1-if -Q X , 5 , nkq I f , 23-'A ' ' L I 4 1 , c V 'mix V V b x ' ' ""g., J: 'V ' Q rg 'Q X-Q W 4 'fi X1 X in--X i FALL QUARTER K Q9 . a I QL Y ambda Chi Alpha Annual Mud Tug WY' Theta Chi Annual Serenade .,?QAv-g I 4 4 ,g- i .....--- X.. S5 ly ' qv A 'du What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other? 76 .4 I V i I-IIKE FUR UNCER We have the power to make this the best generation in the history of mankind or to make it the Iast." John F. Kennedy sum-hi-f, nov a . iam :rim Mi. it Nwmmirv at Mmm LEE JJSCMSQN HELD The 1971 Hike for Hunger enjoyed even greater support from many more people and organizations Sun- day morning, November 21, as 7,500 unseltish and seemingly weatherproof students and adults trudged 15 miles through a blizzard. Over 336,000 was collected and distributed among the needy of the Akron and the Summit County area. x, "-'if' 'K I , ,s Q Q 1 X 5 P-Qtr, Af Q if ii .K . ,555 .83 y V , . X E A r if W Nr, at X 'Y' i 1- I Karen, December Playmate from Playboy magazine, visits the dorms while at Akron U for Alumni Association football ticket sales campaign. 'v ff 'fill x 2 Kxlxij J 78 5 ,. ' .f.- .f-ak. .,, -Ng -. , m , .,,, . I. , Q ' ' A. aff 'I ' , 4. , ,,., A . Q x 42' 'Q H525 X--A Q ' a ., ,f. N' , Rm.. Ar 4 ROBERTSON DINING HALL COFFEE HOUSE MEGALOMANIA NIGHTCLUB VW I 79 N ,' Ku Yf Q 'L 1 it z . . x XX .A X ps"'U ,,..,4r- XS ..:-.: FINA S . ' z - :f1f+zff:.g47wg I g ,. 12 L' lt -'I fl I llf 1, 14 fl '1 4-Q 40 1 1 Cf, wf If if I If .I ' 1.1 , 5' XJ' ' ,r "'.,wf'-f 5 -f 1 1 , is 4 14' 12" gig, , ' 5" 'dn ' -, Ju. 1111 ' ' ' v , W " . . f ':ia:iz?L 4 1 ny.. if191'f"vL 1 's f 4 . ,X , Jan sQi,"nQ,,, , 2 .. ,U x 2 4x1,,,:Q.':.,, 4, 5 1, 54 "'1i"" by w,LN D HM, A 1- f.,Ji,,gEA. . , Ng. '11-Y: . 1 4. ' 1 Tw If 4 'il ,Cf f " ,, I.: . fxfifgzg, 1-f ' it :- 1.:-::, -,aj ,, . " ga-A ,C rf' yi 1- x I ' 'Fi 1 1 r ' N' fr 5 fi IRENE ADLER GRADY APPLETON RICHARD ARCHER DAVID BAILEY LESLIE BALASCOE Education Education Education Business Arts and Sciences L fr., . '- i- ' -I-G", -' ' .X t , V ff' .gum ,La PHILIP BALDAUF Business 172:31 JUNE BLACK Education is,f MARJORIE BARNETTE Education COLLETTA BRATTON Education L ,..., . L , -LH v, 212' . 455. 4- I 1 f fi V w i' DOROTHY BRUNNER Education II' -L DAVID BUELL Business 'Wi ,v,r'l- N I I . I ' ' A D fxvifggb b-QAJXMXM t r 'gixqf-, It Qf:z,'A'A9 '-A Q Law H. If 'J X x -4 +f'- .7l.' X - Vyhg-, 54 Y wk -X u..,JEfL:r""'1. Oli'-i" . . -4 Fm ':".?' ,I as , .,'x. :Q--yn na NW MARGARET BELL LINDA BERZON JOHN BISHOP Education C and T Education X it 'X ns- -" CYNTHIA BROWN KAREN BROWN NAOMI BROWN Education Business Education Education "LT '91 ELIZABETH BUFFUM ELVIN BURNELL RALPH CAPRIOLO Education Business Business wr fi'- I 'Km rl ,,..,M. LETICIA CHAVEZ Education SHIH-TA CHENG Arts and Sciences ""' an ess-sf X nuff' , E AX lx NANCY CLOUGH PATRICIA COOPER Education Education ,115 4-, , V 'hd' ffl Q.,-,,f CHERYL CHIMERA Arts and Sciences A 3 " - , J F' if it xvy I n I if -,V-.v 14 . 1 X. ll K JEANNETTE CZERW Arts and Sciences -GQ-., " ' I . 't" I ,L " ii ' I A al 4: fmt 'va I 'W I if 1 .'--g . L jf ff 5 ff x 1 ,ti rx , . Vllt. Egf X I 3 A WILLIAM CHURCH HELEN CLARK Education C and T W., 1 W O ffm' gi: Q A I aww mf- ' i . LINDA FRANKS C and T CHESTER DANFORTH Business 4'- tb-P' GERALD DAVIS CHARLOTTE DILLER JEANINE DOBBINS TONI DONATACCIO DAVID DYER Business Arts and Sciences Education Arts and Sciences Fine and Applied Arts 435 5 I 1 ROBERT ENTWISLE CHARLES FAZIO JEAN FINK BARBARA FLICKINGER MICHAEL FRANK BUSINESS Business I Fine and Applied Arts Education Education 1' HAROLD FRAZIER KENNETH FREDERICK MARY FREEMAN MARIE FULTON Education Business Education Education fig .26 , I A 1: xt' e,,,e' if '1" I I X,- ,-fryg' ,t- Kf 1 Q, . H GARY GARLESKY ROBERT GEINITZ LARY GEORGE BARBARA GILL Education Arts and Sciences Business C and T ig 9'- 149i 'S L R ff'-X .., , 'YLQL' Z 'mt s. ' x Nxf' ' I aff STEPHEN GARDNER Business POLLY GINDLESBERGER Education Education RONALD GRAVES THOMAS HALL BART HAMILTON JAMES HARSH ANDREA HEIDINGER Arts and Sciences Graduate Business Education X- K- ' bex -.-RX JOHN HOSTUTLER MARY HILEY Business Education wil' CAROLYN HOLLINGER Education ff? 'P it A. 4, K' GREGORY HORACE GERALD HORAK Education Education 84 JANE HORN Education E96 DENNIS JACOBS Arts and Sciences DAVID JACOBS Arts and Sciences "TZ"-1 QA. MARY JUDGE JAMES KAISER Arts and Sciences Business Education ffh GERALD HRUBIK C and T 'H'-Av. 'wc f 'vu RICHARD LONG Arts and Sciences ROBERT KALANISH Arts and Sciences 'Qui r' COLLEEN KIRBY CHARLES KITZMILLER BEVERLY KOPELSON Arts and Sciences Education sim! tif' Education 5 Lx JANET HUNTER Education '15 9523 JOSEPH HUVOR C and T -fvr 5' P is AAN. ' ,QV ' 'Fx 5, g Q ' fi ,- 4 V' ,sf - 1 3 , 1.4, f. , . 5 , lv-Q 1 I i .W 7? 1 QV H' fv if A s f 1 '.-,' 427 3 'A a fx A 5 X I, I , QQ iii' ' 12 1,6 SALLY JENKINS Education mf Q W . 'M I fi JANICE KELLER C and T RICHARD JOHNSTON Business . ' g if f W xiii, 2 N... H 5. 'f ,4 W fl, NAA 5 4 , , , 4- 54452: w e .X ,f ::r 'gg'Af?,:5 I' , finhf' ' 213. ,LI fy 'V I 10,4 W f Mr.. iff, - . L LAWRENCE KELLEY Education MARIE LYNN KOTSALIEFT LINDA KOVACH Education Education .qw fl! ga .2121 PHILLIP KROPKO CHRISTOPHER KRUEGER JANE KRUMROY NIPA KULNARING LOUIS LAURICH Business Business Education Urban Studies Engineering B5 4,1gt5'y.,'gg-,Q . ,rw A , gidf' swf ,1- ,, ,. ' , X, A ' 13 is -.3 :,'ff.f'Ag. v, Vu T' 5551 I- 'fif -Qf122tivf'- . t 165. 9,30-1-,, if sa, ,Q S' me-1.-,?,..X 2- p Q -' wil!!-, Sf- I v,,d. W, at XA 4 :mv " A' l it " ' T47 5 x ' 'W Ii if R E, DAVID LOONEY VICKI LORING N t A 'gf Arts and Sciences Education I 'I E3 . i, J S V' "Ex I T ' 4 : Pi is gs 1 H , . ,. tv ,ig-jl ' - ,Q sly x ' 5 A ii . X Hug, .X X , ff 'X I MIRIAM LOWRY LAWRENCE McANALLEN Education Business 15 YI' It nan. -2- ODESSIE McCALL KATHY McCARTHY JAMES MCGOWAN MARY ANN MCGUCKIN ROBERT McKENICA Education C and T Arts and Sciences Fine and AppIied Arts Business I , I fy 1 N iz 5 -1: . f 9' , A-A ..-Q '1 . WILLIAM McOUILLEN RUTH MACE JOHN MAZAN DONALD MICK JAMES MIKOLASHEK Business Education Education C and T Education WILLIAM MOINETTE Engineering 1. Y' -mi 5.11 CHRISTOPHER NELSON C and T If LA! I SUSAN NICHOLS TODD NICHOLS KAY NICHOLSON C and T Business Education 86 l ,eq CAROLYN OLHAUSEN JANET OROSZ C and T Education 'Uv ,,,,.,4- JANET PANZEFI ROBERT PALMER Law Education 5-sd i W, 1.. VERONICA PIERCE Business Arts and Sciences T. PHAGLAUNGTHONG -'Wh 'QT JAMES REYDA VONDA RECKNER Education Education If U Q! STANLEY ROBINSON ELIZABETH RODGERS CHARLES RORAR Engineering Education Business 87 .eff '- '17 - . CLARENCE ORR Business ELISSA PARENTI Arts and Sciences 'S sm. X ygw cm 1 f .. -+V ROBERT PINKNEY Business Lip- , D if x fx I vu ..f ,I I iii M, .. 0 COLLEEN PALMER C and T PHILIP PARISI Business xt. JOHN PUTMAN Ants and Sciences ,. C GLORIA SROLL C and T M'-VI GREGORY SAIN JOHN SANDRENE Arts and Sciences Education L IUX PATRICIA SEHIKA CLIFFORD SEXTON Education Business wig asf X is-BI . IDA SIMMONS DENNIS SINGER Education Education Q73 A Q: STANLEY SOBLESKIE SHARON SOMERVILLE Business Arts and Sciences ww' it -11 A -f' va,-f ...if 'N S? 3.-mf.. x I, V ., :Sgt-Q -wc ' t 4 411-1-, ' L .4 , - ' -vw 41' fit N : 2 . , . MARGARET SCAFIDO Business Education JAMES SCHLAKER DAVID SEELEY Arts and Sciences Education M 13 fi 45--ff JOHN SHANKEL Business FLOYD SHEPHERD VIRGINIA SICA Polymer Science Education K... 'Ak 1-ff JOHN SKINNER ROBERT SMITH JACK SNODGRASS Arts and Sciences Education Education JANICE SPALDING CHARLES SPANDO CARSTELL STEWART Education Business Fine and Applied Arts fx rv' N ' s ff N7 I '-x SUSAN SUMMERS Education X jf CHERYL TANNERT DIANNE TAYLOR Education C and T EDWARD SWINSON Fine and Applied fx i fa-gg KATHLEEN TEMPERO Education -P' ROSE MARIE TRAMONTE Education CAROL THOMAS MARIA THORNTON NILI TOKER RAYMOND TOMNAY Education Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences L 3 xt W . h 'P' 4. ,N . p S i,.., 1 ,I XV aft? tg K a ' 1 , JAMES TRIFFUN WILLIAM VANKE CHARLES VON SPIEGEL HENRY WALLACE Business Fine and Applied Arts Education Business SANDRA WEIGAND Business wif 'K 7 FORREST WESTFALL BARBARA WILLIAMS MICHAEL WOODY Education Education Education gmac- SUSAN WARNER Business .L .iw-QTY" b ' ,.f ii. 1 VIRGIL YEHNERT Education 89 KAREN ZAHIRSKY Arts and Sciences i -3? l f 1 .- fl-IE KRQ x 'M Greeks Bring Christmas to Area Children KA RQ +- .4 I J o , . 'NIV .dfgeyiiilwx B.. ,...v lr' ,,,, el- P i, Nw-.inf 'fax l There is no beautifier of complexion, or form, or behavior, like the wish to scatter joy around us. Emerson 93 MH .L-.,,ax Winter uarter f Q' -4 'fn -. .- ,- 2, .., - ' --1....g-., -K 'N M. N' 4 .,,! - . , "nv www.. ' V 'I K , , --- - fr?" ' 'L ..-- -ff-'J' -3. . V.--A A u Y Y v ,K ,-,', nh, .JY - 'VN . W ',I.!4,. -......, -.1 3,1 . A I ,ymw , M1 - ' -,4"" ' l 7 ' I' VI Al x . , L. '-as ,nga-1 1' V.. T4 Hn . .wa P ' , V I pf I I f.4-, U . r 5 41 ' , '. ,ufilyfvi ..,- ,' 94 ii 'Ji A ,,. L' .iw v .A 4 -cs. 4, . ,i- - .sqfbf JJ. 445111512 ' ng.-..SZu: 1-:5:'2,.' ff' i ,in . 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Ms.: -1'1" , 'fm' Bjfgsrr. , 54: ' '- N S ' ' KS V XA fsx X Q The ever present threat of having to go through Open Registration . . . Qi 5111 1 . 11 - t. 1.5 The omnipresent depression of being closed out during Open Registration. V Hit. 1 Lil! 4,L . A L . 'ixwf IW 'W Q fi A Y' Vxcrx! -.Ae-1 y .3 4 Q.: ca ,,,- '90 L ks Nm gkfkfi Ps?-3 f , -wx . 'l-mul--Q .-:ja ?Yf ' f " i fn-ff I ' 9 Q-f Q? -, aiji .. - 1 , x' H 1,?"'7fic ' " 5 ' if "W Rgfgklz 'fax-1 Nwwf ab. Ge Pay Here X X K X X4 'ws 1 X Wx? X Y ' Ni w t ',1yf, 5 f:sLz2: 1 O O v .- 'f, vu 3 1- .W L .l , T f Q ' vstqf' .qu . 4' it Ms-- ima? V -'-+ fri., t ' ! 9 ,,1 c ,G ,tg 'tg '55, I ,Isl xg., i it- vi s. ,E -T"l-19.1 The Top-O-The-Tovver restaurant on the 16th 11 floor of Bulger Hall opened and closed during : winter quarter. The idea, a good one, just ,::,f"n N couldn't get together with the pocketbooks of , ,Af -fs Z the vast numbers of students, centered around 1:4 the University, who have to look for a place to f eat their Sunday evening meal. The restaurant will again be opened for spe- T cial occasions and may be rented by any spon- soring group of the university community. .J f , A, yy ' 1 'w x is 1 Q X , .i s., ' , ,s- L5 . - ' 'T X A - K if gm - .f- 1 X JJ' 5 9 if IO2 2 1 fb' wi-r ' rl E QEMBMMH . -1 'Xa Sflft-'ff -PW In: N 'uma V, Q it as ,y y r 1 1 ,Jigga lk 9' Lam F-ff'FFr""' -A-1 -X, W.-,-,-,,.-.-f E 1 1 5 N 1 Xxia Located in the old St. James Church, East Hall Day Care Center opened January 3, 1972 to 45 children between the ages of 2V2 to 5. Each child must have a parent who is either teaching or attending classes at the University. A charge for each child of 3.75 per hour makes it possible for the program to remain self- now renamed East Hall, a new dining ,ba area was opened. Serving 250 students daily, the operation has been termed a success, with the hours of 10:00 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. to be expanded after comple- tion of the new library. sustaining with two full-time teachers and a stu- dent teacher making up the staff. The program is run on a standard Pre-School educational system and there is room enough to expand to accommodate 100 children. if Em X15-fl X UQ Z ig Q 31 1 b I A ..,- H339 i vi ff 'W-.B -- E .. .. 'way .. ., .2 ,-4' J, 2 -Q -,.. sw- . ... ,.:,:mu.af1..,. .. .. , . .. "r-W--.V-.f .1 . i I .. 2 ,,, we QW . t". Q hurt Eg 5 ' 5 1 L ttyl lQ',...,iQ1?w '7dwg3g5?gfi 'J .. Q, 1 I LX '.'. ' ffl AKROWS 11th PRESIDENT DR. D. 1. GUZZETTA Dr. D. J. Guzzetta became the 11th president of The University of Akron on January 12, 1972. Climbing the pro- verbial ladder, Dr. Guzzetta was senior vice president and provost at Akron U and president of Marian College before assuming this new post. The inauguration address was delivered by vice-presi- dent emeritus, Dr. D. H. Gardner. Dr. G. W. Knepper, university historian, presided over the ceremony as Board of Trustees chairman, Vincent H. Johnson installed Dr. Guzzeta. The installation was held in conjunction with Founder's Day, held perennially in honor of John Ft. Buchtel and Parke R Kolbe. 104 05 eek Formals RX, gs' ' ' 3 J ft if WZ. ffwf x .sdua CX 1' ink V' I J, Y 5 I r . 1 . 4 I?" 475 92, fc x 4' i ax, ' '32 any , i wg- X I 4 . v s Q'-Qfx mhz, s'i'4i Qi? --N ' R VW -21... ' , .N Y, 1 Ht . 15,1 ' 'rubs ., . ,CWB 'xgzr l .N,wll.ll, l . 7, wrggiflixl ill.. l sl l 5 - x W, -5. ,ggi-f' 4 Many groups as well as individuals make use of the bowling lanes in GSC. information about leagues during the year is available at the Student Center Director's Office. Mike Hatch was the recipient of the Golden Helmet Award. Mike was a captain of the 1971 Zips and played outstanding defense throughout the year. The annual Military Ball was again the major social event for members of the various military organizations on campus. This year the ball was held at the University Club, where conditions were crowded, but festive. s l. s 5 11' 1 , r AJ' a ff . '14 'v'v.e"1 I , . f .', . " -Qi. f fwfr l r . w, 1 ' ,sa - .351 fg ' Q I 66 amwiixfv, .ipkyfffafgg 0-Cfwf 5. gif 137,-15 w"1l QR and Mrs. Guzzetta were hosts to more than one hun- id students who gathered at the Guzzetta home to dis- ss all aspects of the University. To many, it was a great Jortunity to meet other students and the administrative sonnel. For others, it was a coming together of minds, to :uss situations of concern. All in all, it helped improve dent-administrative relations and it is our hope that the ctice is continued. Members of Arnold Air Society ran a total of 1,543 laps of the track to raise S2,100. The money was given to the kidney dialysis fund at Akron General Hospital. Frederic Storaska gave instructions on self-defense to girls on campus. He was sponsored by AVVS and his method of self-defense has been credited with saving four lives. gf:-2, ' 'C '3 . ,- of-5,4 , , M Ii . I 7,1 f ' - A Ev' 1 z" ,.4' I 4 .V 1 S 7 If an-.4 -lup- I I I - ' I 5, gm 4 . ff 4-at gl!! 4 I 1 2 O I I II 'I I II 'I I I I I I I I II II ll II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I1 . 1,4 A Xi X J " Q 'lf XQR X 1 A4 1 I X Q N I X ' 4,5 X if X ' S .. ig 7 L 1 1 . ,, ' 'fs S N L LAK ,,,, ...Q vb i 'UF . 4 V X 5- Xxx ' f in a gk 0 xv' Qi s. I' B Q J 1 If A I 'S' A ' , I Hu , in ix. ff , :I fag" ' 'QQ NM sg rig' ,O 951 N ww- ' 'HQ l JA l LJ 'sf' J' F4 if z 4 '- . ' .nf . X Fx' Q Q, X W 4' 1 ,ga K 1-s..A+ --Y..- 1 "-2 4 - B !f X 1' 1 3' l nav' -5391-:asv 1 X 5 i hue. M.-- ,..A - f--N .D -Q A uni "er:,. N 'S -1. -en' f MU' . 4 fxitig J x Fi- 'f fm w - ' , Ka x A Q -3, LN 5 , , ' ' .ff-mt, , ,, Wy, A .,.. A' ,L :,..--if. . 5 Af"-X .. 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'.jx1,"- 4-'.2g--.,',,-N XQX Q ' Zn," '4 -L 'iz -. -T' ' '- .-..'-I X nf-VM - 1-"i.i5-Q1-."1f-'i RN WL .'.a,1g- xy--jx A Hg. fb- , 15,1 - L11 'QT "WN A .v, 1. u-xxx. xv'-sktw. -'IPX I' ,b .J-"" Qmwvf' 'VX Nw. ba Q . 5 ,..we'ef""iN'. V' 'AIN .LXJW K. ll l l l is ll l l l ,f 1 . 5- ff . , xx' 4 ' An1??N"2:':3'l if! e-nr, 54 1-s-s,, .v,. , 1 Pa ,- J. . ,NMJQG '-glam GN. ll The ski club called Boston Mills home for '71- - .-o. V, .W ,.v.,,, '72 skiing season. Open to all students, the club l"mh"1' ,V f - Q M Q if offers reduced rates on lessons and admission. 1 X , .I 'hx Q' v H . f J. . P-0, " -" . 'L-0' -":f"ffl,3..1.-41 V QIT2 ff, K - :wg . L "5 A ...Lei .:,.S:.fy':5,,,5:-ggg "i V .- 5 Ty .f YFHJN J .ax M Www 'gk 4,91 Y ,,,A - --- ' A 'ti' ,. 139, ' Z , L ,, " ,f ,. ,.. , X L 122 wtramurals l 'T 'F J. 'N is if 5 gf A4 F01 K ' 1 Wx The 5 i. M, .,,,.L, . f, i .1 - '-194 , - f . . 'f2?"' ,I 1' .mi-I nfwf' ' - .e-ww: w V .x li it E f- fi t. X, ,, 5 V 'XL' I r M 'J W 'q.v,'M 5 T13 -5 Q I x ' .RK . t Q 2 ' " K, 3 f L' N - Wg, , ' -l V S -View 255 The ever-expanding intramural program at Akron U is open to all students who wish to participate. If you wish more information, the intramural office is on the main floor ot Me- morial Hall. 123 l il Eli Qi tri il A Rifle Team 5163. as I - X -v4QQ. g xginsi Am Ja. 1 wi 75' :Q- AU OPP 63 Lorain Community College 31 48 STARK KSU 21 62 Malone College 22 40 Baldwin Wallace 30 37 KSU "A" 44 64 Case Western Reserve 42 48 Toledo 56 66 Mount Union 19 50 JOHN CARROLL 29 60 NOTRE DAME 36 41 124 4999 3 -locke gi ,r tv- ty-.-wr-4 "ilk--...A ' E' 'J .gr "-filllttit .Y-flux , rv. ,l .M V, "NN, ' gf The Akron Zip ice hockey team played all home games at Kent State's Arena. Although not a recognized sport on campus, some support from students would help the team win more games. 125 A -my--gr vf Q- ,,, , N Q' Q' ,U 1 .. 0- ' ' W 'G '-P ,ev ws. s- ,- 1 I ' 4.1 L Xt Q. -. I' 4 -. ln ..' -' .o " if f V :if Q 4' t ' 4 1.-.Q- nik -Q as ,MH S+, AQ , Neff s t, +1 . r, F F v I 5 IX' W ' A at uf -3 I W,-. Swimming against tougher competition, by comparison with past years, Akron U had an impressive 9-4 record in 1971-'72 under coach Pete Boggs. Records were broken in the 1000, 500, 200 yard freestyle races by Jess Wilcox. Wilcox was also high point man this year at 101 points while teammate,Bill Larson followed with 88. f ' f '99 af x , .LW ' mist-H 1 K sy ,-at , V L .N 4.-- 1 yr L! 4 M fm, 5, - ,fl-4,-,V,y,q,, '1-fa" .i Y, . .l3,,Y,.,lg., .t,...uQ.2 iii, ,Q ' CIHQQXG5 2 wi' '1 ffm.-QQ' .4-A+, Q " ' ' 1.,'5.v:x?T?11, .a'u'.w 'I-fi ., -NF' . .'..,",f- fa - - 'if' , ' HJR'-'4 1 -V 3 5: , , , ' 'fi '. ' g4-liA"jl'iS4j.. -xi. 5. , .2 , - a ,ar ' :: ' K.: .1 ,.- I ,251-5'-' ,vii7i.:0,ff'!nMl ,-yy - .W .i lu , A g-5',..-75.3.5 4 ,.l1..-.',fmuJ- 1,9-a'.,wI"'1'l ,-.line "sw V x :V 'M 126 Aquatics 1971-1972 .I 3 A A .QS X.. 5? A """""""' -. f 4. '-- rl' --- -. .g ,, In g Q x -fs ' N. ' Q. W -1 Q: Lf' f' , , "' .. 1. 1 Q M9 ' 5 - -W Q ' ' 4 Q15 1' 'NY' ,N : wr - 1? 41-v 11 1 , . Q ,ag-' g gi? ,....., 127 RESTLI C 'N-axe Akron U's wrestling team produced a successful season with a final record of 8-3-1. Jim Robinson finished with the highest total of 54 points, which included six pins. .Jeff Turley and Roland Boose scored 47 and 45 points, respectivelyg each pinned four opponents. xgg., X .qv X33 Mn' I ., F' AU OPP 26 Ohio Northern 12 24 WAYNESBURG 24 21 West Liberty 19 43 Wilberforce 3 30 Duquesne 12 9 EDINBORO STATE 26 28 KENT STATE 19 9 Cleveland State 21 27 HIRAM 14 15 Notre Dame 30 38 Dayton 6 22 FAIRMONT STATE 21 128 f Qt f X A an -W, ww., n xy, 1 -amy , 17 fff ' Vg, ' ' 12,3616 -uf., -5 -' ' wwf- ' , f fc 5 4 fm 'fe , 1,5011 ', , V W 9 .ZF g 2 0 , if I 4? 'Z 45' ? ,914 f ,ff Mg ,ia 1 , , f ff ., f A ' , ,WA I ,, 4 Q7 , f, , , mffa f MM' A Q .ffff 129 x WJ A ll .,,,,..v" reeks .dz-A I K 5 . Q In ' A 1 -J V. a ,-f- '. -H ...Y .. V. af N , A -. X, .,,A 4' Y KA.. 13, . M' ' -If L mi! . l ' X , 1 'S ' . ' X, K , a ' A C x :iw gt Q 5' , .ffxx Q, K l V .gi ,X ! , l v Q 5 X 1 2 . 1 Y Y' 1 E If V . f Q? ' K A fl if 4 53 A ' 's L K I Y ... L f H A .. .. .. ,.. . . ,, . 47.7 , A A ' ,- 3.4 . F' I Aw' V l 5 ,T Y 1 S ,Q . --W--'M " "4 ,R 4 g .. .',',,',...' .X 3 - f7"" ju i , J'-N' gg., ,,1'. fx-f--. 1 -n.L+' A gli IT rw QWQ S A ' 1 J Before ?Qa-42' -,Y ""."'14..-L..,. N f-9 "ig 'as iff After Wx? wg, W,-Q, X l . Q- if 'Y e luv L x :LN P 1 T15 eff? ig , '- :Q ' - -as ,.f' ft ....--' ,fy W W 5, -. Q fi'-' A' f7'13,? 9,f+,.k2'5 hzfgr ' 4 " ' ' ,. 'ii' ,"' 'K ,,,' ' ,, ,t -,ig mar' . UN,-,,. Q, s .717 t ' -,--'- -f, A, ,1 g , . fr .X 6 ' sz-1' wah- 's, 'Q 'Vi I 3 , V157 55 , g ,, ZW. i - H rf nv' f The traditional Phi Tau-Delta Gamma ice cream eating contest was held this year in the Delta Gamma basement. As you can see there was more throwing than eating. 131 IFC BLGOD DRI E ..,,qp-xr X 132 ,. Nw. Interfraternity Council was the sponsor for the Red Cross blood drive. The Summit Lounge became a hospital clinic for tvvo days, as three hundred and forty pints of blood were collected. ,,,-v- Nt .. Q -u, ,..t sf' f fe--N.,-W , , div,- like W ,211 ,fi x it ,de ,X t .uu.t t, , ti ,S Xu? X, S 2 3 2 z Q Q N X - ' f f V. ' A:A.5,115iz-.3,.233:,e:.,::.,Qw,fXgw,i5X,g, ,5g:g.4pE,m9 : 8 X W- we z' fig kim 751 .ww .54 L, A L. 'I 33 WINTER SPEAKERS Dr. Olds was a speaker on our campus twice this year. Once during United Nations Week, which he has participated in, and then, again at Com- mencement for December graduation. This was Dr. Olds' freshman year as president of Kent State and by our observation he passed with flying colors. The Real C.l.A. was presented to Akron U by its former director, Lyman B. Kirkpatrick. The speech was followed by a question-answer ses- sion which gave the audience a chance to ask questions about this secretive, controversial or- ganization. 1 Rx ins., 134 J rt realy' x x Q xfnui xii N -'f Q- Q i l fh fr .. 1... l J' 1' Y A 3 X l . ,Eff ' ' ' 9 Y L :JI i :xy it mt I S it-.lb , x t Ki A-, ,ff if s 'xv ,il Q A. A 'Lg' M' V ,vw lv -.3 13' SE .- ,Q ,.v A ,V I ' ' 'I LT : .,.-y N l wt T515 N' Y X Xl ,gf5?3f 'PNK P i ,.. f f fx 'tm Q. - "P .Sy 'Jn Dr. Erwin Canham visited our campus to speak on "The Two Cultures in an Election Year." Dr. Canham feels that the newly enfranchised voters will not make that great a difference in election results. He thinks that the students will be as divided as are their parents. Andrez P. Wojtowicz came to Akron U to speak about Polish Art Achievements. A slide show was presented and the Polish cultural art was explained. 135 l l l i ii! it l r l l l l l l l i l i i, i, i il i i i i gi, it lf ll ill it 44 ,X S Q In Z '1 5 gi . .. if f' as ,Q gd N, fr King Lear C-ammer Certon's Needle Chamber Ballet Q.-.f 11. inter Concerts rx sit Princess and the Frogg The Princess and the Frogg were brought to Akron U by February 4, 7972 the Student Center Program Board. Alex Bevan January 74, 7972 A local favorite, Alex Bevan, came home to entertain for an evening. Pre- sented as a mini-concert, Alex sang and "picked" for many friends. 6 8 Z K If .1 ly, Peace Studies The performance of "they," by the guerilla theater from Kent State, was the highlight of the peace studies concert. The voices of many were heard and sung along with. Ama- urs were given their chance, as it really wasn't the medium, it rather the message, that counted. 139 ' I l i i i i l f +V 'rf. 1 5 n 2' --1 s v-A, y . 'r x e g f ' 'tif A m I u M .f I O '-r f ' I .X "fi 5?X,sv 'A f X si 'A ex X I I ' . bi A. K KA.. Y 'il v 4 O raw. 'G I 'flax 4 'x ' 4 I l I I . 5, 'I v.. , 'fi' -"' I Q li 1 M 4 4 H M QQ! . fig. 4 'X 5' 5 . ,9?1:"5 1,533 4 '93 ! in , SSW' : 5 N Z H -N jg-'fe 'vi X 1 1: V X , QQ ag 1! W' . 159 6 ' Q 3 ' ' 1 2 I a' ,, c 1 wk fx -x Q fr X :Y M . i , W I 4 A 2 1 M P 'F' ru' 1 J . -"- N- 5- ' fr' B M7 ' ' .- N 5 " . --J -Q , -'K - 1--I ' Q C' pf - -. -. 1, f. f ' , f ' 0 - Q Ss h 1. sl xt. I . -- - .3 4 Q -Q --. 73 y. , - X 9, ,ns-ggi? .Aff .Q , , , ' h Q 1 x-xNcxJ' 1'- b "4" A . . ' . Xa., Q ' X Q - I 'J f. 5 ' YYX Q' ' 4 U I - Z . ' X 'f . 1 N R .KX I ' N213 ' ' I if 4 bn di -'X T-A--' tn" .A. I ,vin -- LQ x i x . . D- . .I ' + .1 I X 1 x.s' P X I ' x 'A 1 r X ' A X 5' v 'Cf Q.. I 1 . 5 Q'-'Q .42 -Q 1 I . ' W :ji ' I I I O . .J wh -f, Q. QI 3-4 40 fnQt ft .E 'N ff- flsff' ... -:-:- hm fm faa-1:1 Joe DeJarnette's Jazz Quintet, Friday, February 18th Name-that-Tune Contest, Friday, February 78th Hypnotist John Kolisoh Thursday, February 17th ll D11 'lQ.4'A.li1 - l'Z' ,ri l Black United Students "TV Fashion Snow 144 Associated Women Students Glamour Contest The contest was sponsored by Associated Women Students in conjunction with Glamour Magazine. The five finalists, Cathy Phillips, Cindy Mundy, Mary Russo, Sue Traub, and Debbie Sheri, were judged on poise, personality, appearance, academic achieve- ment, extra-curricular activities, and an essay entitled, "Why do I think a contest such as this is not demean- ing to a woman?" Cathy Phillips was the winner and went on to par- ticipate in national competition. sa f Mbna! 145 . '5' 'Y "I A4 ,,. . .-- . ,,,.,. 31: 'I 'L ' 1 G '11 ., ., gawk . '1,g',"JM , 1 ,. 4-A, ...f IN , , ,X -P . . -fri? ..,.. .- NAP. " " 1 p.- '.-uv 1 M, 1.x R., N , .S 1 ,. w ,, fr -4 Q 5 ' ' h ' Q iz. , . rs- 3, ii' A fi .VI 2 LEW v. N' ,.a,i,'. 1 . Af r Hx flat? 'Ei F R aswkluig 4 Q x' V 3 5 X : X' "What time is it? It's nation time! What's gonna happen? Nation's gonna change hands! Leroi Jones f 43 1- . .lt's ha WHEN THE ms- -' iw, Q Black History Week Feb. 14-18 Nj! .1 - wr, N nf 'Q' Ss.. Celebration of Black History Week included the presentation by B.U.S pnies to outstanding black athietes. I48 of tro- 5' Sponsored by A.W.S., Dr, Wilbert Nichols, of Cuyahoga Community College, spoke ln Summit Lounge. His talk revolved around the uniqueness and beauty of black womanhood and the pride which black women should hold for their herit- age. His talk was titled "The Effect of tNomen's Liberation on Black Women." Dr. Zangrando spoke during Black His- tory Week on the subject of activism from colonialism to the present. The topic cen- tered around the fact that both black ac- tivism and Community Cculturej have been repressed by the white society of America. 634 ' , . ja - -:war 14.-fa H Summit Lounge experienced trouble when the Name That Tune Contest was scheduled while Black United Students were presenting works of art from inmates at the Mansfield Fteformatory. l l l l l l QTUDENT SENATE To better themselves as representatives ot the Student body, Student Senate Members neld a workshop during winter quarter. Invited guests included a representative from the Association of Student Governments and members ot the University administration. i Mi g if .Q , . . . P dv H bww: .vias , 1 1 :-.'1'3kA'V'iflfirkfix Q 'SKS f' 'bf-Y-7?l,lFZffX' ' fi- Qfflihf' gt ..3l.3N?a.-www xv q,L,b,..,gA Y N i sesame Wm abby i.,i. S 1 4 ga' .. , , s wr: .-, if wx- ' -Q N + f " ,W M, .vA, . QS .rt fix, 5 ' . his w e X , 9.fgS2?ix'5Sif 39 . K.:-.s QM +W if -4 X -Q www W as x We ww w X' ft X 4 5 S N X' v xiii? 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W me Ci ' Yjlid Ill' i 5 KYWAY MUTEJR 1.,La1:saE RESTAURANTH Nf xf , Ywgxxr A' X 5 Tig' SATISFACTION IS HAVING DINER I I TJ 53' ff'-'rl 7.52 V ,- 'I' I ,I I, IWW? I i I ,li-iv '-Q If 3 H kim Ill f' llf nl"""""'-' ,:,, fig. ,I.. ,, -be-f' ffm . 5. ,, M V 144 mdogiwg FLW gif WNW We Lam CQPKQRD' ' wx H5122 Qi" J g 1'-QL: of ,fic-AMACA fmfk 9 wif? 7ff4 Af" fc 97X IHAYC A fd! Xyjz 'zz' "Ng -75' . 7 EN if RM Aff .ZW-2 F3-.Z?7 ,an -,MK-E 9,343 s-,,'L 5. Zff Zffp ' B me 'QM' ixxgerwkyfzz 1 NUS 5 1 gpg Q Q G HUMEEWS 618, SI.. Q- 'uf R RID , JJ 3: pnuvsn ruuns ' 1 ' m"""n'--ff-2-2.-.....g..h.., f i 1 H ' 't ,UHF VISITOR QW Q1 533 g tv ,v ' BONUS x ' B5.Q fpmmg - Amr 2 0 "Noon uf . 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W'-,ZW7 f f f my , Q L ,N 'T w' .NM , XQ4 ' Jtaxigfl ' 1 , mm - ' , , 1' ' wa 4 N if Q- fy N : I' sy am., I ' .. 'Q - KVI! , 1'u'::ig'.l1v2ii H.,f.w,:1L-::-,::'-,- 1 t Q H H wzff' fu .1- A-9' . ue, 1S.w.w"5 4.' ' 1 m ,- ,.n,- 'Eff wefsaira. M -, ,X W M d my x 'L 1 'J fm , 4 -:fggcigx ,- ,pp1::-:.- 161 - f..-- .-,uf s , l 5 u 2 1 A l 1 1' i l E I 1 Q f 162 N w , I . I Q 1 1 4 I63 I.F.C. Conference April 14th, 15m, tam There's a time for change, and that time is yesterday. When the system is looked at by outsiders as well as those who are inside, why is there so much confusion as to what to do with that system? The basic framework, the human resources, and all other key factors, inherent in rebuilding are already present. The system need not look outside for help because the system is designed to replenish and, in the process, rebuild itself each time that new members are added. The biggest question to ask is not "have we met a quota," but rather "how can we best acclimate those who are newly accepted and how is the system going to change because of their presence in it?" To work together before you're able to work separately will never do. Each house must organize them- selves and reconstruct to reach the point ot a totally cohesive unit, united to increase the presence of the sys- tem on this and all American cam- puses. V fini,-M, fr MA. .asm-J ., 5 ,J . Q 1 wi I A 5' , ' 'E 5 5 . , g 2 3 ' 4 H r , , . E Q 5 1 f : 1 25? f 'X 1 ., uf-,ani il X, -N " if ., ' 'N I Q 3'-f 'wh I 1, 5 vain. '-A ' . 21 ,if ' Ig -" 0-3 1 1, ' x 1 , ' 1 X ' .T ' 5 eg, I ii 'Llc vii.: 'w..,4,,, . Q' ',.'1:i'f'f ,qv-V: fi 3 , .1 Z3 'v f 1 In I V v,:.'.f."- ' I f X 'Ratt If , H""'w, iv 5 1 ' f , X , . :Q ' . ff 'f'S?'f'f , ' ' -f . ' 1-'44-22:1 - f f' ' Q 1 1 Fc: ' ,mfg 1 AA , V . , K I.,-flu., 'Nfl Q., 1 MW. Iuxtglyis ,V X Xs5Q1'5fiQZf12'n -, - ., ., fh. ,wr 41 ,,- .4 1 . 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U- .A 167 ,,,.... may 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 I , M' f 1f1l 1 lfF7fi, 'Ff ,, , , ,. 1 1 -. .- mrww an 2 - 5 ' lun "- 'F ' -G 1 ' 4 , Sf ..5f yy-,fe'f.l'iv-?F..L',Q .Q I - B W Q .hired 'ts'-':""'mf,f"" d'Lxxmhw.'l:.s. .... l68 Dorm Week pranks pizza alex bevin gov Wallace 1- -.-x. ' :J rf? 3 5,1-'fgan fwlfff f 'A '- fu: J... 42...:L,..-7 .H , f carnival belly dancer dances mud 1 broken ankle fly! I ...L Mushmoutn came to Akron and was soundly defeated by Carl Richards, Akron U pizza eating champ. 4 . 170 T, ,,, ,...---' C' - -me mio Qdcilirfi I 'I xx 4. X XX Ex J K J 1 J 5 4 N 'l gb Campus Bowl l Phi Sigma Kappa vs the Hobbits Phi Sig's win for third straight year. Alle Party The Alley Party was held on Thursday May 18th, to start the 1972 Greek Week, l l i l I 172 Phi Tau 500 ,..........,.. Lambda Chi Chug Off Min .-am tudent-Faculty Baseball ww.,-Q mp' 1I v' ' his-anna? Q ,, , ,, f, .V Xp .- .. , an 1'a A W, , :wi-M ,uk ,, A , W ,, 1. , A 1.--,' . , ,, 11 ww: , 175 Songfest '72 I 5 35315 if lm' -u, In vii hiv I T. -..XJ win W ,, .Ji 1, I Q ,, A 'A 4 4, ' F ,- ' 421, A -:mi X A ' 'TE ' M f isa? MF f, ' mfg I sl!! 'I . g f V 2 'N 4, 4 - 1 WIL, fm, ' ww yr Internation Studen The International Students Organization held an Interna s Weekend in May, 1972. During the weekend the student their own World beauty contest and Ms. America, Geraldin jarnette, was the winner. The International Students is a club open to students frc nations which are represented at Akron U. 178 J' x l 179 .a-"Q . r1- 50 F-: .6 1 - L. w, XL? xl 'ta N f'U9'f5 " -.J AWA N6 W QFHMLLF- Mother Coura e 8 TR J-fmhA WE swf uw F H4-,'Z,, '- 4' '. 1'?'iAfJ IW HHPWW ' I- O AU WHEN! ,,,.M' J H Q Hz. YZF? Q gf K H ,-:g ,W gm. 1 ,, . ,F X, 1 uh .f V A-fe I amessv nil. sv- The Chamber Ballet ja ik I, W 1, ,. V... mr,-m....,.Vif-f L X5 N 4, '--- x V - . . -..- ' ' " -Q X" . ' " ,,, ' , W- ' , . 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M ,L ," 4' I Margaret Meade "By the year 2000, we will have six or seven billion people on earth, even with zero population growth. That's twice as many as today. We don't notice many of the people now because they are under fifteen. You can stutfpeople on shelves and under beds when they're under fifteen. What do you do when they're grown?" . . the world might go mad if we all paid at- tention to what's going on." "I read in the New York Times that the three big campaign issues in this richest country ot ours are legalization of marijuana, access to abortion, and amnesty to Vietnam war detectors. Can you imag- ine those being issues after nine million in Indo- china have been killed and five million are on the edge of starvation and forty million are undernour- ished?" if adalyn u rray , 0 l H al r - , if 4' May 10th Ll L' 'We have lost one of the basic principles upon XX' ' , Lb- ' y-. Y- , ich our nation was foundedg and that principle is - 11 Q A .Q ., L., It fy iaration of state and church. ig,-Ibiza-W?-'gtg i ii" gl-'Jet' f ' jiifq in 'Religion is man's dependence, not his independ- r ji 'fr ' ze. Religion is man being outer-directed, not inner- , i :M "-fs., . . . . . , yj!j,Y -ft, acted. ReliQion iswman being weak, not seIt-suffi- K I f gg wt or ego healthy. ,ji n -'r- M W 7,55 1:39 Y ""' "ML W ,J x t""". 'A V vggW::'x-lf, , 'W i ' .s ,. ty, it , r, 5"qAf"9f, 'Q-'ff - A Q KH 'ES YM ,A Em-X AAAV i. .. ,, tit fm' 1'i ""'t R-" x, in ,. jTfif A 1 l i r:.,p Z Howard Metzen bau m f Z May 26th . . to think that there are defense contracts that must be jf!! if maintained just because cancelling them will increase unemploy- A- ,X A 'W ment, is ridiculous - all of that money could be redirected to re- run:-in ,UWM -V-,,,.,, -2 ,A t build our inner cities . . . " , . . it seems ironic that while Nixon was discussing arms limita- 54' i-t. tion with Moscow, the Secretary of Defense was asking Congress for a 7 million dollar increase in defense spending . . . " ,... KST N1 'S- X' . 5 if Zi L L Z: o, ' X" Q 'J Jul- ,I E Q 1 H Tfrff Q ----------+--f-,.-W.-,..-.-. .,.J"" I ' - Dr. Fran k Trager March 29th . . Vietnam can defend their own terrain, at least the more populated ar- eas, now the highlands may not fall as easily, but then no one could really do any better . . . " 185 SURVIVAL CENT R Campus Activities There are a great many activi- ties on this campus which re- ceive very little attention, and yet, without them, something would be missing. Many ser- vices are provided for students by other students who donated time and energy to make this in- stitution be a better place to go to school. 186 ix- hx - wx-Mfg A . ., , , xx? in G 1' N-gf-Ga z? ,.,4QnQ, . Q' , V1 .4 N? , N .' 1'4jf' 1... 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Q f az:- 2 E .lp , -if If M AM 29' ., gf, ,I 4 ' ' 'ia' ' 1 V 'ex ' - 15,-ia, 5 f Q - C: 51, f , fag, .5391 gil? f 122' A 5 ' V' . ,A.,L: 3 ,Q , ,.. ,A., z U ,, AV 75, r..g , 3- f 4 M, - ..., M-M Huw Stop ar Within days after tne announce- ment tnat narbors in Vietnam were to be mined, Robert Delaney from the Naval War College spoke on campus. His topic was "Communications in American Society" and his audi- ence was made up of Fl.O.T.C. students and a contingent from the Stop the War Committee. K ,I ff' Qi v Le if :Mn nv-if ,Sk u PU w ,5 W Pill HMM. pq. -.Mr 'Q r , T n Y 'szq ' , fl I' V N L9 I W F. l ' A. o,, K V I 4, . Q Q... M 5 ng' , f Q .fs r f ,LA 3 : 1 bf ... 1 - p Sq W 351, ' V m,. .yy I .-f Recegnition Dinner if fy 41, M 1870 ,pas , Vlona Woods - Senior Woman 1972 Ed Pullekins - Senior Man 1972 3' lxj v-wi g , P w'glT1 15" if' , o fin uf' 14 --,s :-B' I 93 i f ,GT L 1 Black United Students Spring Weekend pi 2' f jf ,Wx 1 , 7-- .3 ,f g Q M i .st 3325 M5 H 1 V e.. 1 1 Ve M35 Fi -:W x yi ,Q ,f ff M e Why' :FFF Construction Progress as of june, 1972. 1 ka' by "'-'Lli:.'I-V h I M T I 'K ,- '5f.1.P 5-ww . 5. L58 ul si Q- 'ti XX- z . ' 7 ,4 ' ' A991 , ff, CVT " 'lf' ' s or ' -P-"f 3.-' V 41" x I M L J. J v ,V Q, n' ,f A MAJ., ss ng , , sf' 1 .1 f - X. my - -' ff 1 - ' iv? Ja K ' 'fly Nr , A A - ' ' ' ' X ,rf f 'i is . fs K Y K- Q VI 1 I ,.... ., 44' , W3 at e rrr - ,T is "' Q, 1..'l.li. g 4-we P ,, - 1 -, 1 Q, r 5' S3 f Q , .lhxl ji - - 3,-"bf .-9 Y F- , t. .gl ng? 1 'vlgxurfk ' - f -nf J J i 3. w.""gT,xsxy ,, K: VP lf,-Ng x "" The E. J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall is nearing completion for its gala opening No- vember 14, 15, 1972. The University's new library has a projected opening date of De- cember 1972g the Lavv Center will be com- pleted December 1973. Both the boiler and physical plants are novv in use. Law Center Boiler Plant Physical Plant Q A A -i ,fi 5:,lk"f.' 1 .if . :HRT-gzwzfg 1,11-,, ,ii.'..i 'J , 1-'fr 5-,, - -'TW ,, ,, ,, ., ,Af x... ' JN"-'ff' L" 'FFT '- ' m vw -if f3"'-VW. ' 'MI i ' ,H N - :".'i5U'l-W wiv' " " ' . -R013 , " M-',,--xv-Ji 'ffb'Y'1i1f ry A A1 274 A ffffififrwg , iv.. " v i,ii-sg , vjiwiv-if A i i. r' :urs 1 . x 2145. 'i4v:'A1's" gf '-'fi' " sr '. 5 14.1.-. 1-35.3 1: -f g . 1' ' i 12155, I. "' A ff' A j ' A 513351 ' .-rf: . V-V. . .,.,. , 1 i 4 --X4 i 3 ' Ti i Q i 1 H i i . L 2 i ' i i ... , i i i-H-xrs-X i, 'ti-Q ,xi xfxr ' i' WY' University of Akron Library E, J. Thomas Performing Arts Hail Z Hubert the Preacher 5 Fw ru "1- P 'eq ' uqlv " v 7 Y fr Q O 198 1 0 Rf ' I ' -144 ,,' ,.MYY',n" ' 'ix , xx 1 ,47 - 7 X Il5NixifI'-bf ,JV J f -m,,1.w - -L'?Y'Hl'!?' ' 199 4 For a Commuter, Parking ' ' mm Sly. pearlhf QW ii . .Q 8 w I I 1 a Daily Nightmare 414' -S Al Ahhnkann Vmmun my umm Mx 1 ai Nuo wmmm 5 DAY Although he didn't campaign, Dean Hanstord won! Newly enfranchished students were called by members ot Student Senate in hopes of registering as many young people as possible. The calling was done throughout one week in April and the Elections Board informed us that over 7,000 people registered to vote during that week, more than 70 times their normal amount of applicants. Eg, ah.: THE IINIVFDSITY OF' AKRON STUDENT r.nvFi-MHENT ELECTION May iv-ia, i072 As a result of leoislation passed by Student Senate which readsr Be it resolved That the Senate hold a vote ot confidence on the effectiveness of Dean Hansford as Vice President in charge of Student Services. if the vote is In the negative, the Senate will recommend that Dr. Guzgetta, University President, seriously consider removinn Dean Hansford and replacing him with someone more receptive to student needs. l am confident that Dean Hanstord is effective as Vice President in charee Student Services . fp! ' I'-I X'-! Yes N5 No 0pi n ion 202 'Y HX we l Ni! After three dates had been set and cancelled, the elections finally took place. Voting was different as the col- leges held their own voting instead of a centrally located building. This change caused little inconvenience and should have created more inter- est than it did. ii 0 E Miz. N- f'f.:.,.:""... 1'-'l--' 'S' 594' 5, 7 .wwf "4 , ,ww an pm! Ttldea 1 W.. J..-A l In 1. V93 at lil' Vfllif tie- "9 ff Dftlrfryf Situ! l t Q eEANEuggKERlR. ., Rhondq pp , , , f azaula-were-.-.,'.,,..-,.. of , - , ' Rinin er J , A 1.4, J g l I , Rsirr courvcgii. ' I t Y " . Bi is-nc 3fgi,gW,.n., 3512155 LF "Jn if , i ll' f' 'N tl ' Y ' ' All 11?-.x ' : ' .ws 55:1-1. A Hulk-f Q 4, QT- Mfg T 203 l Eventual winners, President Dan Moldea and Vice President Dave Fiogacki. 204 4' en-'T V Q i le 5' 5 'MZQRT HRNSFURD n , r V' Q' - lf: x ,' , lf'-f 11s ',..f',-. . A-, f x' C K ff ifiill ff' ,T ff f7i fn X . Xi! I 3 XF V Q YUM' Q' 8- lg' X x 1 to Pu-3d3L1: I2 85 5500 pm, Hours r LJVQMQMU max., be waxved upon pekffioh +o Slecificns CommiTfe8Q .M ann ' H' 3' WWW 'V ,HPILFT5 ISM ln- Q . . Spring Rugby 1 5 -9-o-A f V ., . c, '-'WY Cl T EM 206 vm YX l Blue and Gold Football SINGLES W-L 1151 Ron Michalec 4-8 it2 Jim Grafmeyer 9-3 +13 Dallas Aleman 5-7 1124 Ron Tobkin 10-1 415 Joe Scherer 4-7 it6 Bruce Stiver 5-6 4127 Dave Breslow 0-3 Q75 A , , , . - A he g.w 4j':Hg1.Q1i,,, -,ei ?25?'. , gg ,1-",-esiim Ng Wi - 1 'Nw' EQSNH ,, I 1 , A yq? 'E kbltg cw I ,-,Aol s.:n.,:"..' 1. Y W- nh, Q At" ,,f',xy'I,i,Yi - 1' . ffsi-423191: 1:4-.,2'gig3g-,fx Eu 7 . f--- ..4, 208 1972 Tehhi "Tim -g, we - , DOUBLES W-L Michalec - Aleman 6-5 Tobkin - Grafmeyer 6-4 Stiver - Scherer 2-4 Stiver - Breslow 1-2 Scherer - Breslow 0-2 Grafmeyer - Stiver 1-0 Grafmeyer - Breslow 0-1 Tobkin - Stiver 1-0 . Disappointm nt nk. H ,Maw If 0 I 1 I rf ,rr ,1 J' f . Ji f QQ 1 , P g F 1 J ,4 , 1 ,wwf fmt, 3 'A wan! ' 'iz A 4 7 fc uwgghwm , .' 3 5' M' '-uw. swmwsduu 3 i 5 2 H ' 35 v Q, 4 -an.. ff 7 ., ' AU OPP 4 Edinboro State 5 9 Gannon O 7 Oberlin 2 3 Pittsburgh 6 3 Kenyon 6 5 Youngstown 4 8 Ashland 1 6 Cleveland State 3 2 Hiram 6 O Kent State 9 1 Wooster 8 4 Baldwin-Wallace 5 . . at For interim coach Ted Sawyer, the 1972 season was dis- appointing to say the least. With six Iettermen returning from the 1971 team that won 10 of 16 matches, Sawyer was looking for a banner year. 209 ' 7'-W'-vwpuv. -.. W, fe A. ... -. - W.. ggf:3,, w4,9,g: if I Q 1 fm N ll. 1 's D571 Du"-' V ' K Xu 1 '- '!"""- '-I" 'I ' 4" Q" ,fl-The f' atv- P1 . -+ wvlffu , s , 8 ,J A, 10 J. .. . ff f + , 11,4 "N 4, ' 1 -: - I .- ' ' 'V 1, ' ' 'Q 4 Y' 4 -4? affix 210 . L Reco rd AU OPP 17 Oberlin 3 13 Ohio Wesleyan 7 7 Ashland 13 1 Oth FALCON INVITA TIONAL 12V2 Muskingum 7V2 5V2 Youngstown State 14V2 3 Wooster 17 409 Youngstown 390 409 Gannon 379 409 Cleveland State 407 5th INDIANA U CPa.j INVITATIONAL 388 Cleveland State 389 388 Kent State 401 fTuscarawasJ 388 Hiram 420 7th YOUNGSTOWN INVITATIONAL 421 Cleveland State 405 421 Wayne State 440 iw, ,,,..,.,,,, b,,Q.t,Ev,,,l,,,-N , H . , ,, . , . , , W '1'liii"w3 l3iiit'lt'iVt3?l"'-ii" ' ' ' 11.11. gil im .mazfw-eiffmeai. s' J if A -Af -:L-1 ew-f1,w,Lwf - A V - 2.5-ui'-LM 1-1,-, A ' . . ' ,Q ..gf",jSL,14'1'1,E ",,f,'Qff 1 1.5 I '- . 'Rf' V" r.:w1ul.,xqrr1'.Q : 12' wi f ' 1 -1' fu. Fingi When Roundball Turns to. . . , . qw, , ' 'PN - M., gg., A lf A fm 2 l 212 . . . the Great American Pastime. Eighteen nen chasing a small round piece of hardened iorsehide with wooden sticks and softened iieces of cowhide. As soon as they capture it, hey throw it away. Baseball, a great game! .M F. ., P Ululuumlf z ,,.Yi,,,w-iwubimi ir, N 1 , . i i Iw- , H may W l , 7 tif, i A X , 213 U 'Www A 15 fdilw A ff Q' ima I 'w LR "1-q-if 4 l -tlillf The University of Akron baseball team approached the 1972 season with very little experience and a great deal of hope. They finished the season with a surprising 16-13-O record. As the New York Mets once said, "Just wait till next year." Record AU OPP 7 Otterbein 8 5 Youngstown State 3 3 Malone 7 7 Allegheny 8 3 Hiram 6 4 Cleveland State 0 5 Ashland 10 2 California State CPAJ O 4 Central State 1 2 Cleveland State 1 3 Youngstown State 1 1 Wooster 6 4 Oakland 3 25 Wayne State 14 4 Baldwin Wallace 3 Conference Record O-O-O Baseball 1972 Youngstown State Malone Ohio Northern Ashland Hiram Cleveland State Ashland California State CPAJ Central State Cleveland State Youngstown State Oakland Wayne State Baldwin Wallace Overall Record 16-13-O OPP 5 4 6 6 O 6 2 1 4 7 3 O 2 5 l l l i l l 215 1 ui Construction on rrville Wayne General and Techni- cal College offered summer classes at Orrville Senior High School. Construction on the campus will be finished in time for its opening, Fall Quarter, 1972. i i ,, 216 ' ,ran h ears Ccbmpletion , -V n I , ,,'.gg.g 'M - X Hiring' - ?dfg1,igi.Xg,:,p'j'.' :1 K ,: ' . -' 2'-. 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' f - ' , ,.x ,?2rif7'iiixJLfA1.sfA nfl?-fw"2wrWf'-ue: "'-J--ff.'fa .ff : wf: H v-fl -X WZ. f' 1 ' ' www- rw ' X ,I-ami-3.21, ,-1' 5.5512-, " xf,--.,T:'5hr' -Lg ' ug ' ,J v- ' ' " ,X 1 '- ' " 5 ' ' f f L , "i,1:f-f1.Qf2s1.'w 5 " V' ' " ' 217 , ,L 5 M 1 'fi i ang.. 219 g l fu- l' ,J ,f V! 'k. .a.i,..B1AJm 1 W 1 -.qi r L. .!2:.1-., " 4 .S V gi' 'S I L' ' N i ,z l ' Ju 4 . 4 1 9 YK ig- ..! , 5? L' 5, f .. 00' .,,.. nas. x. 1 , 1 f I I 221 1 1 TER sr.: :aa :zz ::: III all III ISI lil IS! IQ! IQJI lil I-E 1 , ff fra, i .,.', fl-I H11 1,,....Y H" i xr M ,,.,.-ev' 5641 51" f. ' 4-QUQQPH4' m-1. 'a 223 WQEISHQ: , Y53? -,vw e F. 4 W 4 ,P --if 22 Editor's note: On the following pages are pictures of some eight hundred graduating seniors. Explanation of the space taken up by these pictures is not, in my opinion, necessary because this is basically a senior book. But an explanation may be due on why they were done in this way, The staff felt that forty pages of nothing but senior pictures would be of interest to no one, so we added candid pictures on every page. The reason the activities are not listed along with, or in a sepa- rate section, is due to the fact that we are a commuter school, and because of this, many students either live at home or at some distance from the University. Subsequently, they must hold down a part-time or full-time job to exist. Because ot this tact, we felt that to give credit to those who could afford, either financially or time-wise, to spend the many hours that extra-curricular activities consume, would not be at all fair to those who couldn't, for whatever reason. We wish, at this time, to thank all of those people who have spent time, making this University what it is, and recognize that they will not stop doing for others after graduation 226 LARRY ABERCROMBIE Education If? ff' 43, VA, vw. '4 , WILLIAM ACKERMAN RICHARD ADELSON GILBERT ADOLPH RICHARD AGNES Education Arts and Sciences Business Business iw I ? -IASSAN AHMADI PAUL ALBRIGHT ANTHONY ALEXANDER GAIL ALLEN Engineering and Education Arts and Sciences Business Education 1 RU' 'ti SILUFER' in X if N DLASE s . I aww- DL BM Q lill stiff ALEXIS ANGELOFF Education Education sunny . Fm OHS SHKIIRII YAKY KATHERINE . SHIAFIIX KILL' . AXOREW ii...- SKOEL-XKER, YNETH RAY DEBORAH ANGWIN ff --eff-I DALE ALSPACH Arts and Sciences '- , N. FRANK AQUILA C and T We fe X I' :E '-,., 17 H 44 .ii mf ERNEST ARANYGSI DENNIS ARCHEY Business Education 2' fir' I GARY ARNOLD Business fi. gm. f-me: i- i N f wa. ' ' 71' suoiu,uA1.s .T-f -.A ff- ---- ,I 7 j .iwxmx A! ' Suomi pmx ' W " C ' 4' N LARRY ASHBAUGH BOB ASKEW STEPHANIE AURAND X L Education C and T C and T 227 F sl JAY AYERS Education 5 ? A 4 I 4 .A Q s-,., I DAVID BABICH Engineering 'Fl LYRIA BARDOWELL Arts and Sciences MARY BATES Education X Ve ,. . ,. "" 'Q . f In Bla f'-1.4 Q i I ru, mit, 5 1. . . .. " . ,.j- ,pa -'.1""-',U'f -.A-4 ', '43, J' A. 'UU 'N' F5151 af' aff? I, , .. ',.'A,',- 4 'gf gmt' 1 im? I if TJ qi 5 Af it 11?-it'xX.'k1gQ-,3-. ,.. CAROLYN BARNES Arts and Sciences THOMAS BACHMANN Business LINDA BAER Education 'ltr BECKY BAHN Education QU"- ROBERT BAILEY C and T JO BAKER Education L' EILEEN BARTEL Business RICHARD BAKER Arts and Sciences '-57 MICHAEL BARTOK C and T 1 S A ::. X X DONALD BAGLEY Education l CHRISTOPHER BAKER Engineering ANITA BALOGH Education 3211" ROY BARTON Education "I.T.3' L MICHAEL BATTAGLIA SUSAN BAUGHER CHARLES BAYOREK DOUGLAS BEABOUT C and T Education Engineering Education 228 5 idpf' is -AURA BEACH GREGORY BEAN Xlursing Arts and Sciences 4? , ' "-" 1 .1 ARNOLD BERKOWITZ Education RUSSELL BELL 3usiness Qi? JAMES BICKETT Business fRANK BEVILACQUA trts and Sciences qw- IICKIE BICKETT NANCY BIGELOW Education C and T SUSAN BECK Education '1..Y' f. 55? 1 -'tt'-Q "J-3 3 i JUDITH BEE Business FRANK BELACIC Education 49""' BONNIE BERMAN BARBARA BENNETT JOSEPH BETRO Education Fine and Applied Arts Education ""f:3WK't"' .M Wwmhsg f "fe, .f gee, I Vw' ' 3, VIICHAEL BILLIAS BERNARD BISHEIMER BARBARA BLACK JAMES BLACK BRIDGET BLACKMAN Business Fine and Applied Arts C and T Arts and Sciences Education MW' IVR JOHN BLISCHAK MARSHA BLOOM KATHY BODENHEIMER MICHELLE BODNAR CHARLES BODROCK Business Arts and Sciences C and T Education Business -v--,A ww, s.- -, I, iv 'Il W 2 .. .Qi , K . I , 'fvj ii-iv X? it A NL in 5 YVONNE BOESIGER DAVID BOND SUSAN BONE MICHAEL BOWEN GLENN BOWERS Education Education Fine and Applied Arts Business Engineering - '- .J ' A' f " -.-,'f'f-219,25 I If , I 1, 5 " "" fii rt , I ai A I fi 1 S rft'f ' . ' , - ,,,,. t ' 'f ri I A w 5 ' 1 :. 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ANNETTE DRAKE C and T KATHLEEN DOSHAK Education A-' - . 1 af F f 'W if 5 Ln... v..' il f ,fi E MICHAEL DROBNACK C and T JAMES DOWEY Engineering DAVID DUDENAS Engineering GEORGE DOWNES Business CAREY DUKARICH C and T I 1- if? ANNE DUNN DIANE DUNN CECELIA DURST Education Education Education Qvf' ' ' fx do , Tift' L, -WA N: X 1 1, it 573' I i ias., I si' CARL DULIN Education E D , 1' l X 5? ' . 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JAMES GORBY Business DAVID GOSHEN ANN GOSNELL Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences l"?, 1,-,gr 'C'-7 I ROBERT GREEN BARBARA GROSS ANDREW GRUDEW Business Education Business ROBERT GUNN WARREN HACKETT LINDA HADDEN Business Education Fine and Applied Arts 240 KATHLEEN GRAUER Education fig QQCQ if 1 v X .v s-, ' 1 Q ri, fa? xv ROSEMARY GUBAN Education FU! AW WILMA HAGAN Education BELA GONCY Education . if has . 'fl' REGINALD GREEN Fine and Applied Arts 'Cx 5.--4 gf- GALE GUNDERSON Business L f QI-rv GORDON HAGGARD Education t tvvt A ,cya ' ..4' his '1?"7 GAYLE HAHE JOSEPH HAHE C and T Education Y1'.l"Tf I 1' MARK HANSEL HOPE HARBY Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences 'Q'-.."' 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Q...-5' 'har' JOHN MASHEK Education ,4 '55 Why, 4 ' , i if r WL. ,,.. ,. H: THOMAS MAYBIN Education ELEANOR MELTZER Education LAWRENCE MICHAELS Arts and Sciences THOMAS MICHALSKI Business JAMES MATHEWS CLARISSA MATTHEWS JEANNE MATTHEWS GREGORY MAUST Arts and Sciences Fine and Applied Arts Education C and T SARAH MAYES Nursing PENNY MENDENHALL Arts and Sciences ANDREW MICHALEC Arts and Sciences 'Q'-1,7 DEBORAH MIEKUNAS Education LINDA MILLER Education ROBERT MILLER Arts and Sciences ELIZABETH MINICH Education MICHAEL MONNOT Engineering -Mr' ROBERT MORRIS Arts and Sciences '14 ti' MARGARET MILLER Arts and Sciences NANCY MILLER Fine and Applied Arts ,IX THOMAS MILLER JAMES MINGES ' Arts and Sciences Business It 3-'L K... E , 5 5 1 4' ,L .wgiziffiffii-. . ALLEN MINTON DENNIS MISHLER RICHARD MOLEDOR DAO MONG Education Education Business Arts and Sciences I I I I II gl l Q X ' ,II II N. 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JANET SCHARNOTT C and T 258 ADX 1 styx if EDWARD RUTYENCUTTER MEI-ANIE RYAN EfiQiV199"ifiQ Arts and Sciences 45,45 ALBERT SAGUIL MILLIE SALASZ Business Arts and Sciences QM ADELE SANTOFERRARO SAMUEL SAWAN Education Arts and Sciences 4 , mr' A in ,nn yvnm., i X Viffw N , SUZANNE SCATTERDAY Education RICHARD SAYRE C and T WAM7 SANDRA SCHEID DAVID SCHMADER EdUCaIi0f1 Education 1 "QA t'tefHQt E I -, NPI I 1 1 gm? 1 vgt mn' I ini iz-',x?'T'Q5t 2 YF -iw'-A ' ,1'.-,-gvx . - rr: ' -V :wa-1: 2255 A Megs G 0 lfzfiii-ifigsi 'I -' A "Qin Q ,, miu'tNN1, x X THoMAs scHMIoA ROBERTA scHMIoT Educanon EdUCaU0n A-anew EDWARD SCHNEE PATRICIA SCHREIBER Fine and Applied Arts C and T kv LINDA SCHRENK PAGE SCHROCK KATHY SCHUMACHER ROBERT SCHWARTZ MARY SCHWEITZER Arts and Sciences Education C and T Business NUISIVIQ 1 I ' 'kg AX" Wifi, ,nw Xwfh fe W c,' f . 2 JOSEPH SCHWENDEMAN JOHN SCOTT TOM SCOTT RICHARD SCRANTON DIANE SEGER Education Arts and Sciences Education Business Education if I . tw in 41-- JOHN SEIBERT JOHN SEMONIN WESLEY SHAFFER DEBORAH SHAMA HOWARD SHERMAN Education Arts and Sciences Engineering AVIS and SCIerICes Business 259 -'rf CATHERINE SHOOP DALE SHORT Arts and Sciences Business 5 6 'SVI .46 -ii? rh- tlv: ff' FRANK SHOWALTER Education O D an X K ' X I A f7ii4T5'S ,ff I. 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