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

 - Class of 1978

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eel UmyQiiiiigiiiiiiglilililiiiigl in 8 1978 Tel-Buch The University of Akron Akron, Ohio Volume LX V Nancy Lyn Bleleok, Editor H ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY lm IIHIHHHHIilllllHHHIHIHIHIHilUilliillilliiiliiiiil GC 3 1833 01353 4435 21252, 1978 1978 Tel-Buch The University of Akron Akron, Ohio Volume LX V Nancy Lyn Blelaok, Editor 13 'hw x xii, an I .taker Y ,,4r ,W ,funk ' A-.4-m. . :,,y.LZ" ,ju nfx' M. , V,-1.'xQ. -L , , 'Wi i gush-"" N,,,q,- I .Q , Q2 , f ff., 3 ,,. ,., v,Y'?5:gj.-gf rim. ' pf -gLJ",,,yg+LQ:.p ,W jg, ,N .JM ' ,MW-1--, ,.- 4 v- vr- 'A , - 4- A ' - aww. -- --f J .54V.,,-p-.W '- AWN .. X-fA-z, Jf"'? " ""Z'r' 145' '.4 5 -!,..,gJ Ji, 'f,,1V!w - .. 1' ., 4 ,W i .,.,A ,LA 1, 42.1. , . Lffw- ggi: V--gpm .,r'-31 'X A A V., - xf,,wL-1. lf 11-H ,f 'Y -N,f'y," .'f"q1,'- ir' 1 . ,. ., ,- .. f.,-h , -ii- ,,,,y'-A-5',,N i X, . f . M,.,,vM, -.J 1. 1 ky- MD" ' 'QQ--1 .K- f', 1,-Y i',f'.." 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'Y-Q' , " l 4 3' W rl Poetry If as often sald IS the greatest of all the creative arts But to become a great poet one must learn and tune the fine skulls necessary for creatuve thought Such tratmng requtres the dns onpllne of a master much luke a thoroughbred horse has the need of a skrlled trainer As students of the Umverslty of Akron we become the horse gulcled bythe gentle but farm hand of an mstututlon comrnlted to fostering the oreatuve spark ln Its pupils. And as Pegasus is the symbol of poetry, so too is the University symbolic in its support and teaching of the creative arts. Pegasus was created by Perseus, as it was said that the horse sprung from the body of the Gorgon Medusa when her head was cut off by Perseus. Perseus was a man of strong character and courage. ,,r, .. mu As Pegasus was formed by such a deed the University and in particular its College of Fine and Applied Arts was created in that same vein of courage To slay the evils of ignorance and to build men of strong character Men who fear not the evils of life but instead stand fast to do battle with them The story of Pegasus again runs like that of the University Mounted on the great steed Pegasus the ancient Greek hero Bellerophon slew he fire-breathing monster Chimera and overcame the female warriors, the Amazons. Once these deeds were performed, Pegasus tossed Bellerophon off and rose to the heavens and serv- ed Zeus, the King of the Olympian Gods. Riding strong and undaunted as the mighty warrior, we mount our steed, the University, slay our fears and overcome the problems of education. THE! ins-5 Free Seminar WDg'Uhmi an - lf' SY- upemn.Amng ' 'ea H W QIIIUYBMB. . 'chu' "N-b-.1 " t ,,,,,.. We ruse to the heavens of un derstandlng and there serve our king knowledge and experience Our years at the University have given us the wings of Pegasus Also his strength and speed and above all his creative symbolism As Pegasus served the Muses of Greek Mythology fthe mne goddesses presiding over poetry the arts and the SCISDCGSQ and and creative spark so too has the University of Akron served as an inspiration to us We come to the University con fused and looking for honesty truth friendship and knowledge Our experiences are our creative sparks and the gained knowledge that we acquire from our peers and faculty is the poetic lnsplra ion was the sign of poetic inspiration t' . 1-1 A w , wg- K NO! V ww 1 - f -1 Wan, yu., . 4 A A X - Q f'fv.z: ?5?4 f 1afQfl3f3'fWlw::y, W , , ' '- Maul ' +Ml', 1 "M - 4M"? Wx. NJ, , Euiflgsvwg U W fi? A' 1 1 A K' 3"ilb-Q A: E 'U-iga-al - -t , .13 The years of learning have been our path through the skies, our beacon of light showing us the way to higher glories and fulfill- ment. They have also been impar- ting to us the fine skills to be creative, imaginative, useful leaders of strong character and to be the best we can possibly be. This year, the University of Akron celebrated its tenth year anniversary of becoming a state institution How many of the peo ple that attended Buchtel College in the 1800 s would have guessed that that small college would prosper and grow into being the third largest college In Ohio? The fine leadership and guidance the want of a good education and the need to develop the arts and the sciences were all pathways to a higher glory individualism putting your thoughts on paper whether it be an essay, equations, poetry, doodles or just your name. expressions of yourself that no one can duplicate or ever take away from you. Each person at the University wants to be the best that they can be in their own field To become the greatest in their creative art Just like poetry And so during this anniversary of the University and its Colleges of Nursing and Fine and Applied become more aware of their be ing We have all spread our wings of knowledge and tested them against the stars of experience We have all become like Pegasus not so much a constellation inthe sky but of riders to the sky We have taken the same fabled journey towards a greater and brighter tomorrow with all the hopes and dreams that you can see in a poem And it has all begun at The University of Akron Arts, all of the students have Kg f , ,I f , Q Nha Qalw .99 . -g 1 .M ,x xx. .x Q M..-. be F I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I V II I II I III II I I I I I I I I I I I5 I I I I pe nal tha ks to' Mr and M s F nk J White Katherine Johnson Floyd Smith Eff. ff T'S"'v-s--no-vw,-,,.,, I i As I was in the beginning stages of planning this yearbook, a tragedy occurred that effected the lives of many people here at the University. The death of Reggie brought a quietness to the school the first few weeks of fall quarter. Reggie was the type of person you could not easily forget. He was always smiling, telling jokes, show- ing a new dance step off, or really listening when you talked. Reggie was on the TEL-BUCH staff for two years and in my own way, these two pages are to remember Reggie as he was. -Nancy Blalack i WWW f. , ,. .fl .-I I, ,, .:f , rl' 5 V-3 ' 1. Q., Y .M M , .. 'f lf " 4 uq,n1wr,lvfd-s'LL-1: , .. ,.-.4-1--Q ' ' W' ' ' f' - ' K ' M1544 'K-4. z af ' rx ,M in f ,gn , ' V ' gk - .QQ ' I ' ., ag .lf x ' ' VZ' l K ,X 3, if ., wat Sidi A gl fa 4 Q: L, va - ' a " - 3 1. 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I 14 it :'t- .. .. f......g'?s1fa W W it . . . the Palestinian War sparks iii again but there were no winners or lil losers, just static warfare . . . Bert lt, Lance, President Carter's Director of l Budget, was under fire for his per- y sonal dealings with business and the i banking world ..... Cowboys and Ai cowgirls saddle up together to form ily a tougher squad and a prettier i sideline that soon catches on with it other teams ..... Egyptian President 1 Anwar Sadat makes history with his yi i unprecedented trip to Israel in P search of peace. l l9 The longest coal strike in the nation's history severlylcrippled the country for more than four months . . . America's most loved politician of the century, Hubert Horatio Humphrey, died after a courageous and inspiring four year battle with cancer . . . there was no bucking the Cowboys in the Super Bowl as they rode over the Denver Broncos . . . Carter met with Egypt's Anwar Sadat in hope of refueling the momentum of the peace process which began with Sadat's visit to Israel . . . Olga Korbut, the Olympic gold medalist from Moscow, hung up her parallel bars for a wedding ring when she married Soviet singer Leonid Bortkevich . . . not since 1888 has Northeast America suf- fered a winter as it did this yearg we were all buried under a cold, icy blanket of snow . . . Paul Winfield inspired America with his excellent portrayal of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ... once a simple and traditional business, breweries are being shaken badly by costly battles for beer market sales . . . abortion has become a hot issue with pro- lifers pushing to ban it and pro- choicers pushing to keep, and Congress in the middle . . . Larry Flynt, of HUSTLER, as severly wounded in Atlanta after testifying in a trial over his distribution of por- nography. 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Michel Baryshnikov rises as the world's number one ballet star . . . on the other side of dancing, Americans were swept up in discomania in the wake of John Travolta and Saturday Night Fever and the "fever" has been continuing since . . . not just a fairy tale, Lisa Halaby married Jordan's King Hussein . . . trouble brewed in Cleveland for mayor Dennis Kucinich as recall petitions cir- culated . . . Tongsun Park's "Koreagate" came to light and then fizzled out . . . Holocaust created emotion and sympathy for those who suffered, with its TV tale of Nazi ex- termination during WWII . . . a golf- ing nobody becomes a golfing somebody, Nancy Lopez became the hottest item on the LPGA circuit. . . high wire expert Karl Wallenda plunged 300 ft. to his death . . . years of Italian political turmoil end- ed in tragedy with the death of Aldo lVIoro in Italy. photos courtesy of Time and People magazines vivi4'Yf'f5 f u. ,I ,X-M .55 x vs --s Wrnyn , gi.: M . xX x if itll: ...u- ' , . wif ""1L..,,r- .f.'..,,..+4-f ..,,,. +,nrf"'m,f in..-an-"gif nqn-nv' Q ns' .3-"'1,, . if i xx NX " s s A N 1-f at - X 'IIB tl fh- ,. N. f 5 Al- .4 fi? xx HY ETA NN Xffx, x'X N , ,, ws v 4 Q'-' '- uw: " ' ff.-,:K.q.y.L,.7iw.:g A' 0 ,A,,A.Al . U ff g f it f . . gh ' f X A 1 15 '23g'iii!Yf2.f,i sig, tv -is.-322351-.s:2f.,2i, , '-',,'ff1"--4' ..-if .4111 i"1pgg, 1,5 , 24-,Z f V g grip J ' V - -f - . - gi ' i. i 2111 'fs-15' .fXi", ' fav. 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I I I I I I I I II I I K. . II I I. .. . I I I . I I I I 'I I II III I I I I I ,f .' 5547" rf ' 17" 1 if , Q K 7 if A. J V xr X x i, Ay P yy . xv, Q mi ' , Wfiakfz' - w it .f UQ 4 5 iq 7, T. A J chelko lik Q2 . , '15 2 af 3 gl,-,pan-r--f F M I S ,... 1 ..x' 7 ! if g --:.- ' li: .Y N - F 1 Y WWW' Sh 4 CS, The years have been good to the College of Fine and Applied Arts which only ten years ago was a part of the Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences. So, while the University celebrated its tenth year of state status, the College celebrated its tenth year of existence and the improvements and changes that have taken place since. The idea for the Fine and Applied Arts was conceived in the 1960's when discussion of the University of Akron becoming a state institution began. This new college would con- tain the fine art, home economics, music and speech departments. On February 1, 1967, the Board of Directors approved the establish- ment of the new college and Dr. Bay Sandefur was appointed as acting dean. When the municipal University of Akron became a state school on July 1, 1967, Dr. Sandefur became Dean of the newly created College of Fine and Applied Arts. Since his appointment, the College has grown from a full time faculty of 34 to 88. In addition, Dean Sandefur has watched and administered over the creation of the Dance Institute 119671, The Ohio Ballet as residents 119681, the Marching Band 119681, the Bachelor of Fine Arts program 119691, the Touring Arts Program 119701, E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall 119721, the Emily H. Davis Art Gallery 119741, WAUP radio station 119751, movement of Journalism from the English Department to the Fine and Applied Arts 119741, dedication of the spacious Guzzetta Hall 119761, and the division of mass- media communications and the speech and theatrearts into separate departments 119771. Through all this the College grew from four to six departments with the creation of the mass-media and communications and the theatre arts and dance departments. gf f K X- A-Y N., F '4 College of Education wilkey 1-'Mlm-s Y l'll'9f X Kiel at 'T 'Q A 1 X ff ' Q 1 'S 1 ' ef J ., J' A hs I WFNN X . 4, f V Q -xfaLf i,, gf- if 1 A NX? 1 X.-X' WIRE" ' D'-mA""5u...4vr-""" 'W ,Q . ? F "hi:-0 fm R If .Wx gif' ,,.,,-K' E ai nv!! M. ,,- Rx: 'ilu- 'insi- 3 339.4 Mina, 21 Esm,ss'fef'wf'wvwf""" W ggi' X 225 .T , L: -f Vail" , fn 1 i 'f XY- ? 'S AW ' SX F , 3 8 ,Q x X xxx '.,.,,- XX f ss, 'Un r'Z.""l ri 4 gn key Providing a quality education to its students so that they may in turn give their students quality education is what the College of Education does. Administered by Dean H. Kenneth Barker, the College offers programs leading to bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees in all areas of education-from kindergarten through technical education. A strong foundation for teaching in our pluralistic society is what the College offers by providing a knowledge of a major field and related fields of inquiry, of instruc- tional materials and new technology, of social issues relevant to educa- tion, an understanding of the learner and the learning processes, skill in acquistion of inquiry techniques and most importantly, the skill in translating all of this into practical use in the classroom-whether it be a room of 30 grade schoolers or the whole of society. f X ....--v-1"-"F 5 . if , N , X , , J , J! Q1 1 'V Y Aj 1 Q x 310,- Q l 4 V fi I " 5511 125 r , .,...f.fffAf,,..,,,,...-.Q--"" XX fi. The Buchtel College es--f-' "-4- . wilkey to A I' "' f , . 11" R- - . 5 Q A. n . , ,avi v 1 L' Q Q if "Q -if . is ini L ,m - f 'X if sf-fl-.4 5. . Je, . ' x ' l Y ' ,M . ,, , n Y - - H 1 , r hz, sb, V "'Nx . NN.: ,gh YT 'F ' . QI' vs '-! 711. , Afbxi 3' A vy' Aft'-P-Fi '-,V 5 ,"'f?3' g T Q ,ww-275 - ,J - A-.N A f5.,,' X , 1-A f,, V .. i4ijaw"1i5'TR ,J L,- LVL -v ? aw' "" 3 44' ir my v ww., 1. -m-naw' , M- WT Q QQ -.gk W iikey The Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences is the oldest and largest college of the University of Akron. The College offers degrees in the Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. The liberal arts degree is based solidly on traditional programs which prepare students for a broad range of careers. However, the College is also attemp- ting to meet the needs of its students in a variety of non-traditional ways. These range from an excursion in Nice, studying the French language and culture on the French Fliveria, to geology field camps on the Wyoming desert. The College believes there is a need for special programs and courses of instruction to give students a wide range of educational experiences. The College is also concerned with the world in which we live. The Department of Urban Studies is developing new programs and in- ternships to help future city planners meet the ever-changing problems of a complex, urban society. New classes are being developed in human rights so that students can become aware of their world sur- roundings. The Biology Department is conducting research and field studies in the Cuyahoga recreation area to help minimize the impact of development on our parks and wilderness areas. Alternately, the College is attemp- ting to meet the needs of a students population with divergent backgrounds and interests. The College has developed a wide range curriculum from Chemistry to Black Studies or Peace Studies, from Outer Space Studies to Aquatic Biology. The College has courses in almost every area. The result is a broad and diverse curriculum which offers both traditional and non- traditional courses. This allows the student to pursue a program tailored to his particular needs. -M - 3 -ff College of Engineering y 1 g ex xl! , e ' . ,ya N, X . Xu- V ,sf I, - 7. i"-"5'j Q' 1 5' g gf 4--f-'Q w N I F w u ul-I' W if Y ' 1 nu.-4 U ,Wx ! 2 Y-Ma. 23 5 ..-eociltih D in i- 1. The College of Engineering has a program of study at the un- dergraduate level that consists of a five year Co-Op plan. This plan is totally optional to its students but so far almost all of the Engineering students have elected the Co-Op method to obtain their bachelor's degrees. This method consists of on the job training at a company of their special area. It is a on one quarter, off one quarter type of deal: work one quarter, study one quarter. The College of Engineering con- sists of bachelor of science degrees in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, Engineer- ing and Construction Technology. Masters degrees are awarded in all the same areas with the exception of Construction Technology. The College is also known for its annual competition in the Concrete Canoe races. They have shown their superiorty in this field to several colleges by winning the title many times. 'lkey L Ls. Qi 'Xin-all N. gn. . , ,,,.,,.,... , . rv.. .t -,:,'i.,,f. f. -vw , ,, L, yr. , , . ,j.,3,,.V..Q.. xxx ' w KU ff 5 if 5? f I A 1- Y 4 x A F' -mu oi Cm H36 Phrnowwmsl 1 I P wwmnmnw, JJ K S K5 Q2 i S 5 5 5 ? 3 , Lxfsxfyx Y 'Mg' uma v,,,.m, 0 as 4: 6 as 3 Zag' 1 +W- 4 7,5 , W gf: ,Aff , , 'f , , f ,fd WV f mm-wm,,,,,,.. .. ,, f ' f f ff' x , 5 'Q f 4 f f7 'tfj W L 'I K, tiff WK W Mi i 53 V W W H ,ff 1 f ' '. . 9 L1 41 37' -32 La' I ,,,,.. . 1 J 7 'L ,.,, MMR 'XM X 6 , -.ul " -Qi I, X Q X X I 'gifs' E., :I 5 its x K A wiv 1 :gd - 1 f 3 fr 'N . ' ,f A i Kxf ,. Q.. f 'Q' 2.4, If X 1 f-rw. :flu key The College of Nursing celebrated its ten year anniversary this year along with the University's celebra- tion and the College of Fine and Applied Arts. The College is approved by the State of Ohio Board of Nursing and Nurse Registration. It is also ac- credited by the National League for Nursing. All of the graduates from the College of Nursing are trained and ready to enter all the most essential areas of professional nursing which also includes community health nur- sing. All of the nursing students get plenty of field training. The Akron area hospitals gladly accept the students for their field experiences. The student nurses work at Akron General Hospital, Akron City Hospital and Akron ChiIdren's Hospital. They also work through the community at the Morley Health Center and at the psychiatric care center, Fallsview. All who come in contact with the Akron nursing program are in awe of the professionalism of each of its students. 511: 5. s tm . F I -R-:L L I I um1mumummumiiuuuun 5' .. - X f I, :tb Ly . "Y, .. I' li: '-'-rs" - ' il? vxif ' Y ...-vig,-g"" f V V A . A ' okiflyvo M .lg . - fx-in hw 9 1 ff' . 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There is a selective internship program for accounting schools. Extra activities in the College enable the student to experience, demonstrate and gain insight into all aspects of business. For example, three symposiums dealing with business-academia, business media relations and business government were presented this year. The pur- pose ofthe symposiums was to bring distinguished outside leaders to the campus to discuss issues of impor- tance to business. There are many student associations that plan programs with special guest speakers in their area of interest. Businessmen from the community assist students in various social and professional events. fx! ky? ba, Sam : , .. Q ll . ,w ,. Al, F Hu xx ,Mil W I .fb 'hu-. tv I 1 - an , K1 V It f.. I .U fx 'Y' 2 'ff AW' " I 'ii 55 .xx ,Q . ig. .H 1 fix ,m,, .fl Q Q 1 In Q .. '-, ,f f , S, me mmf an Q1 Mmm , ' 'A - 5 , A an "' wilkey x 'I ,J JI 'r mv I .Y,, , . 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You would be surprised to see how many take advantage of the evening classes. Daytime teachers, businessmen and merchants, housewives, and mill workers become hardworking students after five. The College offers a complete array of academic backgrounds and practical experiences to enrich the quality of their course work. There are the usual clubs, honoraries and student government just as during the day. As we have heard before, the sun never sets .... 9 W Ikey 1 63 T. 'fb 'V' 2- --we- H 3 nl- gig' , il f -Q- 5 z -. R :f ,gi li, 1 -3 av., '. 'A , 1 w e 1 ' . 1, 3 . , - - , .,- -- 'af - 'T X ' Q 'fr' - r- -,,. 2: --gl. Y. , . ii I!!!- yi 1' ' 3 -4 I 1 X ka n X X X, W f f 5 l N N W w Y 1 Friendship is the inexpressible com- fort of feeling safe with a person hav- ing neither to weigh thoughts nor measure words. George Eliot chelko wilkey dull 1ShJnv--..f- 53 wilkey ,g an--an-V X W , f' W A 7, 1 ...- - ff , 1 . 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Students, posters, photographs and booths cluttered Gardner Stu- dent Center as a combined effort was put forth to expand membership in various organizations. The cheerleaders, Ski Club, ROTC, Associated Women Students, and several social fraternities, as well as other recognized clubs were on hand to pass out information concer- ning the membership and activities of their clubs. This annual event is a special way to introduce each organization to new freshmen and other interested students. It is sort of a get acquainted party that also in- cludes a live band in the Hilltop. Turning a disaster into a success is not an easy task that just anyone can perform, but then' the Michael Stanley Band is not just anyone. Performing two hours where they were only suppose to perform one qlvlolkie Cole was scheduled to lead off the concert but cancelled due to a disagreement with the Student Center Programmingl they rocked the capacity crowd out of their seats on September 27 at the Performing Arts Hall. Keeping the crowd howling was a natural for the Stanley band who hit them with such tunes as "Wild Sanc- tuary," "Strike Up the Band," and everyone's favorite, "Let's Get the Show on the Roadf' He was so well received that he came back for two exciting encores and at the evenings end Stanley had proven that he is a "heavy" with any crowd. It would be a sure thing to look for Stanley to make it big in the near future of big rock fame. E A f 'E if r 4 W Z aut I' Q! ff K , f . Z ix 3 2 i x ' - A 1 :Agn ,, , Q-.MQ L 1 4., I Axg -x V' I lg . J Z? 'W xx., X Wfllxi vwxmwkx A 4 . " ' , 7 X ' Lees 4: ', 'fffe ,. :L . af? gifm x . 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Once again, the University of Akron Marching Band proved itself to be Ohio's Pride! softly colored lights of blue and orange moved along the arms and legs of the twirling dancers creating an image of beauty and grace . . . each production pulled the audience away from reality and into a fantasy of breath-taking movement . . . Heinz Poll thrilled the Akron area again with his outstanding performances. Ohio Ballet wilkey 0 ,S X , X x , j ..f" , ,, ,,,,, g T- gx-, ,.x' X . .Vx h,,stf 1 --..g - 3,iW.:4g,1.4 X . , . 4.4 key TAPPING FOR THE HOOFERS IS A The era of tap dancing made a visitto E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall in the form of The Hoofers tap dancing company. Performing steps that even Fred Astaire, Ann Miller and Gene Kelly would find hard to duplicate, each of the six men did a solo. Dancing to a variety of sounds performed by the Stubbs Grass Roots Jazz Combo, the troupe did a few other types of dances such as Howard "Sandman" Sims doing a sand dance. But the highlight was Harold Vromers' rendition of "Mr. Bojangles." NATURAL DANCE nkey X I WW' W1 mlm N111 M-11' xr-11 PTI 'Tl 'IT '11 5 Q 49 ax I dull A xx vi A in xxx iixkvl '- wnkey Af' K.-. v ...y N ..f"'A ,, , .. I ,,, W, ,, Nr "V fvf , l Y an gl f X f X M' x: ,- A! F "' X Nr, V f f J rf du I X M ..- LW cy 'Rf - 2 1 f . 1 anfgy r fbi 'Q . a. x E --f g X 1 ,M .,r ' QA-.Y vs.. V N Q Q r 3-, kj,1g.,,., , , W r - Sag! wg, Av L, W , . A WM I , .,.... f I7 N , Mql, 5 x 1? --3f,,41t,N7,vF -gpg-uf, , Q 5 4 A. A wr - 1 4 ' ' 'W' 'WZ " ' V' ' , gm Q? . Vg! if P A ga .- - gg ., ,, v- Q I-2, - 'rw Ln? V f - Q X Q 5 - ' Q M YL... wif' ' 19 ' 1,1-www "ff if T :xi ...fs A .1.-mam F-" Q ' -1-gm. L- 'f we 1 - .. GI' N Y X g 'Wy , f I 'U' ,ia L. 2 -far + 'Wm Y 48 hours x 1,426 laps + 51,300 : Run For Life '77 85 Fall Speakers Create Student A wareness 'x M I1 4 of Human Conduct It is not revenge that makes Simon Wiesenthal a Nazi hunter, it is his concern for past history and hope for the future. On November sixteenth, Wiesenthal lectured at E. J. Thomas Hall to a large, passive crowd on his experiences with his freelance job. Wiesenthal is the founder and direc- tor of the Jewish Documentation Center in Vienna, and has written several books describing his sleuthing of Nazi War criminals. Also appearing on campus during the quarter and speaking to inner- campus groups were well known psychologist, Dr. Sonya Friedman and WAKR reporter, Marci Messett. Black Cultural Center, BUS and A-A Studies Planned Year Programs 5 K? -5- L f W x X 1 gm X-.-I ff. if f f 2476 1' ,Cf "Adi wmlr! r I, Q r N + N r I M U w ? 89 ROME AS IT NEVER WAS CAME T0 A comedy that would have brought even Home to its knees in laughter came to life in Guzzetta Hall in November. "A Funny Thing Happened on The Way to The Forum", a musical com- edy of love and freedom in Rome 200 years before Christ, was per- formed by a 20 member student cast Alex Davls enterlng Pseudolus a servant deslrlng has freedom from hls master urged the audnence to join ln a song Tragedy Tommorrow Comedy Tomghtl Wlth a mixture of excellent acting good song and comical merrlment lt was Rome as she never was but would have been better oft to have been -.I-,l,,. Excellent acting is the mark of an excellent play and the Theatre Guild s performance of Arsenic and Old Lace cer tamly had all the elements necessary With the light confident ac ting one felt an enthusiasm and involvement in the perfor mance Those types of quality marks a plays success with the audience There was a strong element of rapport between the actors in their performances and this in turn showed in the audiences attention. With outstanding perfor- mances from Debra Gemind, Sheila Kelley, Craig Ryan, Tracy Tupman, Mary More, Joe Weishampel, and John Whiteg the actors weaved a bizarre tale of two, elderly eccentric and senile ladies who poison their guests with arsenic. The play was delightful, the cast was heartwarming and the evening was much the better for it. Two Senile Ladies Serve Their Guests Arsenic Tea 1 1 4 CHET ATKINS PLAYED HIS BIG FAVORITES AT EJT Chet Atkins, also known as "lvlr. Guitar" in the music business, per- formed at E.J. Thomas Hall this winter and absolutely erased any doubts that anyone had of his ver- satility on the guitar. His repertoire included everything from country bluegrass to classical. A medley of popular Beatles songs and a strum- min' version of "Stars and Stripes Forever" were the more well receiv- ed by the small but enthralled audience. nkey ZIPPY wg 2 s i 1 Q . 2 I 1 1? f 2 lQ ' e iQ , fi 2 I , f, 5 Z 1 1 1 4 22 j I ,E , , , fy Q 4 Z P ip , 11 e e Q 11 r .1 ' we i W Z Q Q fy Keeps Morale High At Akron U. J. Geils The J. Geiis Band, performing on Saturday, October fifteenth at the Performing Arts Hall, presented an awesome show that made for an un- forgettable evening. The scene was what one might expect during a good rock concert - the crowd was doing lots or cheering and footstom- pingg the band was playing the music. To sum it up, it was one of those good rockin' eves that you don't forget! wilkey M V! ,A 'K Www 4 Y A X i , Q E 9 FX SQ' , :,. Q4 " Q . N'- Y X -f 13? Sa x X 7 .x f W -jg 3? X Q Q 5: Z X X X " f if Y ChSlkO During one cold winter day, Ira- nian students opposed to the Shah of Iran's regime, staged a protest march around campus. Joined by sympathetic students of other nationalities, they marched around campus chanting anti-Shah slogans and carrying signs protesting the University's involvement in Iran. At present, the university assists the Iranian government as a consultant to the construction of Razi University in Iran and the development of curriculum. The demonstrators, some wearing masks to conceal their identity, took their demonstration outside Buchtel Hall and later ended it at the Federal Building on South Main Street in downtown Akron. wilkey X 'nr .amz J I 'lub ' i it. s if Q W l w iff '2 Q 'Q' ' 'xlful M 3 'M 'IU I My llll ll bfi TJ ff , , ' j ' .1 w .I - , f gf.: l , . - 1' . , Eg Q .J . omg. , i tl' ,I l I . .-A .Silk ff l'r,'1,,1, llyllv I ipgylfx WITH X vain v- lx 'Z Tllk -SHAH ' f 00: am'- x ., STUDENTS PROTEST UNlVERSlTY'S COMMITMENT TO IRAN in Lggk L. ,mg A . 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Starring in the masterful role of Don Giovanni was Justino Diaz, lead bass for the Metropolitan Opera. His powerful ren- dition was the highlight of the evening. Also cast in the production were Janet Alcorn, Roger Havranek, Susan Rafferty, Robert Keefe, and three University faculty, Rodney Miller, Mary Beth Haag, and Boyd Mackus. "HEDDA GABLEFV' ENJOYS EXTENDED PERFORMANCE Hedda Gabler was a strong willed woman who had to come to grips with herself in order to solve the un- happy marriage she had with her studious husband. ' This was the story of "Hedda Gabler," Henrik Ibsen's outstanding classic that was presented in Guzzet- ta Hall Experimental Theatre on February 10-12 and then on March 30-April 1. The extended perfor- mances were due to the winter shor- tages. Jennifer Auth portrayed the dynamic role of Hedda while the supporting roles were done by Thom Gradisher, Tracy Hanson, Dennis Wemm, Pete Chaparas, Pat Lasko and Jill Spore. Alex Davis, instructor of theatre here at the University, was the direc- tor. ,S if L Q im., wa- 'ad-'Q il' efflux . , .E DUE TO WINTER WEATHER f , :Q 435, X ,, V' Ya? .f"' :,. , 5 :Q ., 51 R L- fm 106 :aria ' 4 I m'3w..qw,. I LUNCH AND UNIVERSITY ISSUES AT THE Yil If 'f-'f"15,gf me ' "QA 4 PRESIDENTCS HOUSE l gi' x l Qdlfgiii A Twice this school year during the winter and again inthe spring President and Mrs Dominic J Guzzetta opened up their newly redecorated home to University students and faculty for a special get acquainted luncheon Assisting Mrs Guzzetta with the luncheon preparations were Dawn Fogle Joel Weinstein and members of the Mortar Board and Omlcron Delta Kappa honoraries Selected members of campus clubs and organizations honoraries and the Greek frater- nities and sororities met with college deans and outstanding faculty to talk with the Guzzettas. Dr. Guzzetta also held a question and answer session in which the main topics were the plus-minus grading system, semester system, rises in tuition, and university ex- pansion. l .MF D v , V r-,ll -...A v xg .Z-:p:pvk3m,m,4unf'!l1VL7Ht. -wc., T"' H-Ng R am M2 sv 1 Ui 'S 'A im N Hg Snow Stops Action fx PE 5 is YHSSICCI . K " ff' . - Fig: , 7nY,,,.. V , V Q nu n nu ml lm ml f w w: -- 'v, wa HH IQUL' gl nn ml lm In nu un , ' Y lx, t - W ,HT mx rn u su rn nn fl -' u ' V - V' if , H W H' I W x .ill .SSL " -- an un sm nn is 5: U. L ' -I ,. ,. -y ,b-3 .,7f-,ij '- .. F , V ' I, ,M-.I ,. . .,,,. f., , A A51 ? wllk 4. 1. Q zimmerman ,1., X'-Q T'- X AN -1-" fT13l'SOf1 fb. ' X M sg: nxnxmswuung ' W ' w I.-3' ' "Haig, 3 X wx Ag .If F, 3 8551566 ll K'i "" ' f . A -s-- fr r K Q.l..l AQ Q QIQIIQ ,F , D - . 4 -MM Q,J,,QS,W .: NM- A M U Q un mn nu nu nw mu . M x 4 H: ,Q ma vu HH xx 'K 3 Huis "U "N H" 'H' " M' . 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The story took place in the late 1700's in the prestigious state of Mississippi. A gentleman robber meets up with a rich planter, saves his life from an obnoxious and un- gentlemanly knave and is later offered the land and the daughter of the rich planter. The music was ex- cellent and the actors were very good. lt was truly an enjoyable even- ing to see what all can happen in ole' Miss. 4 wilkey ,Q V , 2 , If ,f, XGZV, N ,J FEBRUARY WAS BLACK HISTORY MONTH The University of Akron Black Cultural Center celebrated February as Black History Month with a variety of cultural, entertainment and educational events throughout the month. Some events that took place were the Ms. Black History Pageant, the East Side Gangster dance group, and two plays "The Past is the Past" and "The Happy Ending", both at Kolbe Hall. The theme of the month was "Back To The Basics: Our Roots". key g if-f jf 'i'+'.,a RN x"N.'x. 'N N, -N Q 1 ms Aw ., w x - -5 :X v . x .. f -f" x ff! 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News Editor tSpringJ Campus Editor fFalll Campus Editor lWinterl Campus Editor lSpringl Entertainment Editor tFallJ Entertainment Editor lWint Sports Editor lFall, Winterl Sports Editor lSpringl Business Manager Don Ake, Lauren Alexander, Patrick Barb, Jim Campbell Monica Crabtree, Mike Elliot, Janet Emerick, Steve Gibson, Mary Heinicke, Pixie Hranilovich, Steve Kariotis, Steve King, Joe Kovach, Steve Leary, Anne Mavrides, Bob McComas, Dave Miller, Jim Orack, Randall Pelton, Mike Rasicci, Jennifer Roalsen, Deb- bie Rowley, Bill Samaras, Darlene Schadle, Keith Scheiderer, Hal Stains, Bryan Stoneburner, Bobbie Urban, Barb Vaingat, Jennifer Wilson, and Wendy Wolfman. Typists: Janet Emerick, Sue Farson, Diane Lyman, Linda Rafn, and Debbie Rowley. Photographers: Cathy Cacioppo, Rocco Caponi, Roger Chaplin, Mark Christoff, Kristen Leedy, Bob Marson, Mike Rasicci, Russell Sibert, and Eric Skarl. Proof Readers: Steve Leary and Sue Farson Production Crew: Lori Wiese, Dave Zangradno and Karen Dyke. Dr. Henry Ruminski, Advisor Printed at the THE BULLETIN in Twinsburg, Ohio Il Z' lid ,I l ,, ,A 5 I ...fit i In its 89th year of existance, The Akron Buchtelite adopted a modular, four column format. The move, engineered by Jane Willis, siben the editor, proved to make the paper more enjoyable and pleasing to look at while also improving its readability. Communicating with the students and faculty members on campus is what the Buchtelite staff strives for in their articles. The Buchtelite has been the more informative and gratifying medium in campus. its excellent leadership and quality reporting has made it an impressive publication. -il f 49" nr 312134, , . 'fi 'Q -Mv'f"X ' sz V.. du wllkey 7-Q.. .fm G 1 e g 3 61 WV! 532235 , . 4 I ,Wm f .W f fa? AJ' W.,--mm Energy Crisis Gives Everyone A Dim View Of The University ,e- ' A .J A nzgfx-sf Y, v MA YNARD FERGUSON Students Give Bl With the Help of The Red Cross And Greeks F r . . K 1" Q, w , 3 X -X :gs 1 k Xxx ci -Q 32, . K X . Ai 4 . fx . W X. . ,xi 3 ' S ' 1 Lv X , , A . ---wW.XX... . P' .-1, . 35.14 ' -. . .x M Q X , V... , - I S: Q 1 i X R Ni S :fix fx X Q is A ,X -A XM x .Xl wav N Q'-Q XTR 2 mf is W " 113W Chelku ASSOCIATED STUDENT GOVERNMENT Xtra.. .1-AQ 1 1 N35 ul iWX?sl'l Q fx -Q . 5 3 wx A! ,Es g 31 9 V - x'---M It E. E 5 Y E X, 'N' 3 ,L mf' 5 V' W Titus-4l"""" Y-T ...ff -. Ji 1 yi ' - 0.0: 1.2-vt ,Q ' 'a :FG v 'Qin My V, 'F XXX i X -4 , 126 -1 ly 6 '. ru, ER I .1 -N-4 4 4.7- R X , .I - A I' ,, Y '?2fz.:. . gf-Iii wilkey s. 35" :X ,Q Bob Weber Mark Maley Deanne Klug David Meade College Senators General: Tom Gearhart Kim Hagen David Hunt Marianne Seminariotti Arts and Sciences: Frank Darr Charles Walker Andy Zeldin Education: Diane Andriano Fred Gorlay Nancy Hockett Janice Swarts Business: Toni Costa Randy Ehret Kim Garner Jerri Hutson Kathy Hogan Mark Pierce President Vice-President Secretary Senate Chairman Community and Technical: Martha Willman Bob Doering Glenn Pelfrey Engineering: Mike Cohen Larry Hlll Fine and Applied Arts: Elaine Welch Nursing: Joe Foley Tom Vukovich and Dan Buie, Advisors Elizabeth Boyer, Office Secretary The plus-minus grading system, semesters, teacher evaluations, Buchtelite coverage, and a host of other subjects were a part of Associated Student Government's year. They worked to urge reversal of the decision favor of the plus-minus grading and to ease the transition to semesters due totake place during the 1978-79 academic year. Funding for teacher evaluations became a problem and none were done. Conflict arose between ASG President Bob Weber and the Buchtelite over coverage of campus groups. It culminated in the spring with a special meeting of the Communications Board in which student complaints and Buchtelite policies were discuss- ed. Controversy arose when the Keep Carr com- mittee submitted a resolution to be put on the spring ballot but ASG initially voted it down due to poor wording. The issue did make it on the ballot though and passed in favor of Carr by a small margin. CAN A FAMILY SURVIVE IN A WORLD OF. . The Akron Theatre Guild presented the startingly candid play, "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man- in-the-Moon MarigoIds," by Paul Zindel on April 13-16. The play, which was later made into a movie starring Joanne Woodward, was an indepth look at the everyday life of a mother and her two daughters, and their struggle to survive. The mother, who is often unemployed, lives in her own little fantasy world, dreaming of love and success. Her oldest daughter is very much like her, a fan- tasizer who goes into convulsive fits. The other daughter is somewhat in- telligent. She seems to spend most of her time with her stray pets and class projects. The play's title is from one of her science projects. lt is this daughter that the play centers around. Mark Cappozi, an undergraduate Theatre major, directed this fine per- formance which starred Victoria Kar- nafel, Robin Armatige and Cathy Harkins. 7 61 F?" 'Y 'lj ' ' ' , si A-ff ' fi: ,, X, .4 A -:F-if -24322 .A 5 kv... Q V tx be -ji Ng , I1- X Mala' 128 sibert X-X 46" ...X - 'li-fi N' 'N wr GQ ' Er MAN-IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS? N X 1 1 it 'Nl' 1. Kuff 1. . ,fiw ' - f 'K' , 41 W ,RQ '-V I. 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Using make-up and other tricks of the trade, Floarke portrayed not only Carson, but Groucho lvlarx, Bullwinkle the Moose, the crew from Star Trek and Woody Allen. Roarke made his character changes right out on stage, with the help of blackout scenes and silent movie backdrops. Those who were in attendence were thrilled with Roarke's presenta- tion. lt was too bad that not many did attend this enjoyable evening. dll f , f 4 4 ,f f Z 'AW gg ,www M pf. .v W f 12 w 4 iljiyigs Hf 6755 2 , f f Q, Z 1 A fix 1 dx I 3 ' rl' 4: " , .. S --A ... W r Q., A' A K -f 'A' ' " 5 . V Y ' ' "1 - . L ff f Q' - K .--- , f' 515 X K ' A - 6, gb 5 .L V, 4 ki W 5' , , X E Q3 - Qs l W ,.. il, K X X ,, ,N ' A Am f , ' 3 t, . X 'A X , ai 1 WJ if Q X i ,fs XR , 1 X .Q 1, - QA 3 '- "" Q . 331 5 ' F '31 - I , gs , Q "' 'fy , ? 1 ,Q 1 .I -35 ' W R ,,. , M K , , .. W ww a'i"f' .fp-,..f.,.. X ,IM X x W ' , N wyig f, Q'-M K' X. ,af X . xx 'J 'Q H 2.6. K , -V N -9 'X-M-Nd f V T7 x' . 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Using his wife, he performed the Zig-Zag Lady in which at the tricks end his wife was in a box with her head and feet on one side and her waist beside her on the right. Blackstone might have been arrested had he done one trick in another set of circumstances. Show- ing his expertise as a pickpocket Blackstone later discovered that one of his victims was a deputy sheriff. Truly Blackstones performance was a real crowd pleaser and cer- tainly would have made his father proud, in whose footsteps Harry has followed but definitely not in his shadow. THE MAGIC OF HARRY BLACKSTCNE JR DAZZLED HIS CAPACITY AUDIENCE " f c f-' '- S 4 n n I ' T" 5 s: gi lu f g' . 15? an-1..""'Q u... Q. - . -50 .Q I P- iff' f M 2, A 'K , u '.!, .. ,Q Q . 'E . D Q ll f 1 ,f f K vxx ,QM r Q iw 1 v K 2 fi 2' ' 5 g f f Sv 'f. rt ull I x I! 7 X 1 fi , I r, .. , . ii 1 1 s 5 ls-.fy .22 FY 5 gfi ' 'U gb ii Wi gii g Vg if 5 I ,Q 5 sf I 1 ar url 65 v ' 1 'Z-lf x IE' L 5 lf? 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J I Q! p X, Freshman Are We-loomed Home .-, HX V ij X a 4 - 'JN Sw xt 'U .4 W 'x J' , X f . 4 , , ' - X X: X Q 1' iys if li , w- ' - 3 1 Q " ' ' fd E, fi' "I I Q Y LQ, 1' ggi V ' ww, m 1 i'-2 X 2 XX Q Q . , Q' 0 0 Q 0 'o o u':o'.4 0 an . i V' SQ 1 " l x' 1 X nv ip-Zf-'E'-' - -.. "3-i" X. L., A . f.,, If 1 Q 7 g.. p - x ! , .ff LJ!-5' , . nljff- ,L Lf, 'Y' Aix f 5,49-'F , .a ns, fr. A7 'L A 5 , 1 ", , X 8,1 l Q ,J ,.. B5 l. 1:5 E wllkey 156 ' v 2 It was the goal of Fl.H.P.B. to ex- pose the incoming freshmen to a side of college life they had not an- ticipated. Residence Hall Program Board sponsors Freshman Orienta- tion with the belief that involvement with other people is an invaluable experience. Freshman Orientation started off with a Monte Carlo and Disco with Mainline Ent. On Sunday morning the freshmen met with the Orienta- tion Assistants to break up into groups and become familiar with the campus and each other. That after- noon, they enjoyed a picnic at Camp Y-NOAH. Later on that evening, a dance was held in Robertson with music by Archer. Monday afternoon the freshmen had the unique ex- perience of performing skits in front of their peers. The annual freshmen banquet was that evening in the Hilltop. Finally to end Freshmen Orientation activities, an outdoor concert was given with Mike Spiro and John Bassett. Dan Morrell 1977 Freshman Orientation Director ii 'F' ., Q .S- 1 as 'Ha-vi:f'r,,, V' qv. 3 ' ji 'f' P71 1" 1 Q 5 1 5551 I f N -R -akin. ',X.' A 4 "f X " ,B Q 1? ' ,f 2 aan W f xc. ,. - - ' 5, . IJ au. ff. 1 W' I - 'N'-Q., 59 ig ' ' 134 X .gp N' , . - - . . Y,-:Q I 1- va l M , F Ula Vg ,?'!,-,-r' WN ,. : Q., j 1 .f A r '! . ' '-Q. fw- R.H.P.B. started the year off right by presenting a Welcome Back Dance for the new freshmen and returning upperclassmen. The music was featured by "Bishop'l, and the dance was held in Robertson Dining Hall. It was a great time for new friendships to start and for old ones to be rekindled. A Tug of War was sponsored by Ft.H.P.B. during fall quarter. The tugging contest was held on October seventeenth in front of Ritchie Hall. Twenty-eight teams entered, representing different dorms, with winners being Bulger 15 for the men, and Ritchie 1 for the women. Bunnies and playboys hosted the Playboy Happy Hour at the Top of the Tower. Hors d'oeuvres and punch were served to the bachelors and single girls by the charming bunnies. An added feature was pic- tures taken with favorite bunnies or playboys. T ' fri WL ll., , ,.. 1, vi- f"'l'f?" ,,,-git: 1fj'1Q ,. lx . 4 ll ' i ,,"vl5 . if ' l H l li ll E l i i zu 4i'5J5'Q-gf ttf' , My g ii , A 1.-1 ,lglll l ' a :,g'i1fef, i ,T T a ' 1,-tlfssxm 1 1 g.f'm'1':2-i2if'4,f -ff " i s . 14 pffifzivitfklwl. .1 w 1 jfjgifiie ' 3.f'lf,'2",fvffJ:7r Jif. 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'mv' f'Tf-:"S7,7'.1 vw, 1. -L!" r "-'- w A" ' '::3, 14--5' ,I.., .ai-'V :gig pw ugym... ,gg , ff9'f-:1g,',LL "Qu ' 'J-"ff,".1' ' 'ff ' L., .nm.5H!,, ,.,- 1. 3+ In A Mfg, nw ,, . v A, . .A .dnl 3, Lu . ' ' .5"'f?f:,g,U',.I-'Z ' nfl ':L. 'rye Barris, Birthdays, and Beautiful Bulger Bodies if 2555 Z' 'rs' r f 1 5 t A 2 , 1 3 5 L f WN. "iii , 2, LJ iff mf' i 1 5 5 EW tiff 1? ff U ff' - z .ag 'ff if " N, 5-. X .5 is - e t. i -- - ,Sf if l 1 "- 5755155551 : It 5 A g ,ff-ff F 1. d'fw'.. s"F -it Q s V t 5 -- . 1 1. 5 ig? fy., U fix' s V f' A L. f l ' du" During the winter quarter, dorm students had the unique opportunity to show off their talent in Fl.H.P.B.'s version of the Gong Show. R.H.P.B. also celebrated its sixth birthday during winter quarter. After filling themselves with cake and ice cream, students had the pleasure of competing for prizes. Bulger Dorm Government spon- sored the highlight of winter quarter for female students, the Bulger Beautiful contest. Male students were given the chance to show they were more than great minds by showing their bodies. .,..ef"A ' 'L 4'-4' F-,.,..,m-mwnl'lW" E M ff wilkey 1'-:X-5-...Q 1 7 Spanton Dorm Formal Presents: "You Light 'T' Xxwi is X-, ff Up My Life fx., ,- f.- x ' f I ' 4 .1 x, xx . ls :t , .Qw- gms ,. My , L 'IM Tuff' su wnkey 1 x 1 -gt W W . 516 'lil' 9551 t ,.fw5fw1', . 'Q w- 124, , .Jw D 'L .W 4' -'-:Ulf FST'-, I .,, vl '1 , ii x ,I , Q ' x A 'F f .5 2 21 f N5 Younger Brothers and Sisters Got a Chance to See... H- 1 wil M . .5 . K ,N n 5 ' -5 5? I s F wk 1. 3: s x ,- 2' T., fr 6 xl 4 " ' ' x 5 - 5, K' K ,, 1 s QQ , - ,xlhygixi fkx' X-fsxs. .K : .-v,.4i.m5 s .X X- -u X 'K'1,'e'JiXSfsSfNx ' fxwuk, flex eg.-,Q ,.. . Q ,ff xx, Dr W.. dull Mr S S X -N X K , We dull E University Life for a Weekend wnkey 1 5 2 ff , f fx 1 V f f X f 1 ff, 9 4 , ' 9 j f 4 f fry 1 f I J if yi , H 17 ..,,-44,-w --M' , VW 245, fm jg, , i ,f f W 5 X M4 71' ax ,Q H 7 1 1 'A K. 1'. f" LA " -v,, I ,., ,llllh., pry, 13:1 f 4 , 1 A has in is , ., ,A L .xi V, ,IJ 10. ' an -' 1 Q - A h ' 4... 1, .y - ' .4 -,-.-. ' ' R fifff u w .gl -X, X . . I' .xiii-1 ! fQ9gWv'3A'iEY::f wi-3 -af 1 Pun' K gy ,C E. ,stub E I . .. ng. . ' 3.2- ql f Hmm" . ny: it 1 wo vital' vt .1 , 4, I , 'LI ,, w -N C 1. ,iff W ' Z "C7:7'.".::..4,11- I-' rf- K new , 1 -IM - pr 5 ' 'L . JY. 'LLEQM iH'4"f'x Cyl". ,Z 4. 'i K -1' -M , , .4 Z!! 6 Qs r Ln, Gu ., 5 I .f . "'f.-'u 393. s - Q .-i..,..-........l, V.. .A ,..-1-.--.. , 8 M. Yf' ,, dl -f- . I S 'U al L" l I l I l Q I ,U . I hh! 1 .M- H u X, A A Dancing, the hot seat, and space travel were the highlights of an entertaining evening with hypnotist James Mapes. But all of the enter- tainment was not performed by the guest. Through hypnotic cues, Mapes programmed one student to perform ballet, several students to feel their seats become hot at the stamp of his feet: and twenty others to envision themselves on a starship, delighting the audience with their imaginations. YU'-' My Appearing in J.S. Knight during the May Week festivities, Mapes ex- plained hypnosos as "the extension gm, of concentration and imagination whereby a suggestion becomes reality." In his pursuing talk, Mapes added that each person is his or her own hypnotist. Mapes appeared here the previous year, so many students had anticipated his return so that they could participate in the perfor- mances that their friends had. --...Nw R DORM STUDENTS WERE "SPELLBOUND" HYPNOTIST JAMES MAPES AND THE ? r 19 4 L l 1 1 I , X K 1 'my " 5 iw ws , 1 1 . A 4 A ' . , C . --M N N , .M , 5 , if Y nm- If Q ff . ... ,,...x A , W, , - 'VITH IIAGIC GF KRAMER AND COMPANY itll . ,, q..I5-, wr' . ' ,,,-.y-. "' 'Jw . "' KN... ' .f ' K' 4'- r - . 'nxi' C' R. f x Rf . .MW .., p,..,. ,mfg -.fu ' 4 r' 715' ' ' Mit? Wim: sw ' ' " 'F' 'mv Y, lp. na- . zpofl'-N' ,,,,.swrF"""' au., rp EV ! I I Qin x .1 N . in 4 ,W mf. 3 19" g, ff u 5,1 'jg Q5 K 'JHASING AWAY WEEKDAY BLUES ON WEEKEND Cb 'AN Y"'N-.S vw fx 5 fm wilkey 1,1- HAPPY DA YS," "AMERICAN GRAFFITI GREASE,H. . . THE 50'S RELIVED dull I I 1 N s I 'A I 1 V w l 179 Dormies Livened Up With A Bikini Contest And Of All Things,A "Suck-Off" Contest! in f , g wilkey 79" --s. r ,,... TIMES GONE BY f -if ri gt as Q e 'P 1 r fav wif? L 11 DA f Y ' A 3 A x 4. M i wr f I L3 4 Years from now, we'll sit back and remember our times that have gone by. Getting to know each person on the floor . . . Standing in along line for the food in Robertson . . . Receiving a letter from home . . . Bulger floor parties . . . Learning the correct way to "moon". . . Will the RA write you up? . . Going home for the weekend . . Spring Break in Daytona . . . Always finding something else to do besides studying . . . All of us together, we'll raise our glasses high, to the times gone by in the dorms of '78. 182 I X 4 x N g . 3 rg? ., 94 ,km fi A, . Nh. ,U . gzyggvvfi f 4. pi ,Y Q 1 R- ff . .-gym? "5-riff! ,khhh W sklw ! PH WWW,- . ,.-, A, .. ' 'EGM 'v 1' 44 . f. -52614-P5 4, -J --' A 5' 3. 1 - Q Lg V -v . Q H- F 3? X 1 f. ,X .2 ji' . lx 3 Jag 5. ,- - .wks if A ig: j' I' Wil? .TQ R K Yi 3. 'if K .P gg, '5 X Y . .- k wg , 4 T mn bib? Q? M-'......,. ... .,.,, , .... .NM , pfffwv- ,..... . .. , ', " ' .1 , M...,-M. Q - my-.1,,,.,,..,W am or 1 Q C 355 51? 4? bf THE B557 Ur L I fi 2 5 Y rigwi T555 ar' 2 51556552 ii IS 25 Sh bibii gg QR 3533.5 SS ogv Sf.S'if M26 QHHSPS U ES UN SSSRZE YW? xsewiw? WRXRHEU -fin H6151 Ll ' 053 Qfscfff WVU xv. ,swif- f:'MU Xaam-L, vi ."""'M"M, V,-vw ,.,0 183 + s a J? V .xg rf. .7,,, X A AQ. 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L ,, uf, xg ' V ' 4, N - " .A '-v N. 6 . I., W x V - .. -' ' A ' W - 'A ' V: I ,K ,HJ - .. . - I Q , N, 'nil X ,A FTW I and Party for Fall Quarter Rush xv 90 The Closeness of Sis 'ffl nk M ali M - . x, ,, ,,. , , wg. I Nm. .rv , xv. 'J his S ,Aw R , X xN' .. 92' U T' Q I I i arhood in ority Brings Friendship, AON- .-, ,W 'N Love and Loyalty i OX 'a Q MQW X31 xii THERE WERE PLENTY OF GHOSTS 81 GOBLINS AT THE GREEKS HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS -0 GN. 4' Ai 51, Nu ii- Tb, E q' 2 , x. 1 . 'W H .N iff I, x k , ,, 1 4 5 N .b 'QV ,' fix! SK ,N V ,: 7 X :SEAL XX ,:. 1 ,, 1 M ,,. ' TE U ' 78- , . Q e yi Q ,355 'f '1, vv,.' X Q , , y ' Y . 1: . - Q . 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Various frater- dll ALPHA PHI ALPHA'S CHRISTMAS DANCE , I a- ' if A if if - 1 4 1 .gn-.- 7 af 4 , X, - T , B A' . .1 .' 1' ' ROCKED CASCADE'S HOLIDA Y INN . VXW J 2? .C ' an -ez' 1 . rv S. M V15-9, V 1. Q' W-"Whig 5 ii 'S X r N '-w. X v w XXX X x X 1 Q X X X 'W ci Q. , N- 5:5 . .FH 9 Z Xxx 5 R25 by I A xx Xx H - ' Ds-1 1 L K is 1? 5 1 9971 f 4 Vi, ' 1 , 322. 34 Q S an-... V . .-Sw-35 t .f G' QQ 1 f ' 5 Kvglsy-M, A gm i i x F "x L9-.7 'A 4 ,W 4 LY ML 'E , in 'ri I I W 1 vit: If If 'S-" 5- -1. vi' V 7 , " - i., 7 i Q i , - ' - - 1 , . 3 ' 3 l ' + : ' i 1 - +.. T 5 : . 1 V : 7 1 , g -5 -L. - , fa - : - Y.-- .. ' --WY ': :?--- v-.- L .. : 1 .MS- A - f, JV i Y: 1 -:E W Y i Ski -ii- Y .ir g , , i-iz f - f 7 i -.t-, -i- W - ' ig 3 .-, , 7 ' , l -1.1 -+ 1 1 - Y : 1, , ,Q - : Lrg.. ,-M? Y , 7' 1- -1 , 5 - V Q- Y T :: 3: zf- ,f,-- '- - Q 2 : :T ? Z gl.. 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X53 : Nvn. rf, 4 I nl. - f"'f'p .. 355, 9 CHI OMEGA'S "BOWL OVER" FOR CANCER The sisters of Chi Omega spon- sored a Bowling Marathon for the American Cancer Society on May 5 at the Eastgate Pro Bowl Lanes in Ellet. Anyone who wanted to bowl for a worthy cause were there to help the Chi Omegas earn a lot of money to help the fight against cancer. -"A ' - ' -' l 4 1 f 19 ' A .XF A ,kg Q ix if Ik, . In Ok ' 'pw' M4 Q, X X. rf' 1, 'gf if S. X .X ' ,I -ef Il , n s : iiiffl LJ A 4, bi 4 JJ. 1 4 Fu: - ,' 4 .ix t - . t' , N 79' X . ,,.. 5 14 P 1.1,- xx .MAY my L '.x . 4. Y Y " 2' -4' 4 gf ,J , . .1 , 7 5, fe 5' HQ? 55 2 fmilwf-" 'M V tgfg P. 'Y H10 ff mfg 5-3 1 3 'Q If , 1 4111? 13,55 g A gl A P A H ,W- R 4' VI in 4 The greatest musical event of the year was held in E. J. Thomas Hall on April 21. "An Evening at the Gram- mys" was the theme for the annual sorority-fraternity get-together, the Greek Songfest. The winners for the evening in the individual sorority competition were the Alpha Gamma Delta's in first place with a medley from "Judy at Carnegie Hall," the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi in second place with "That's Entertainment," and the third place Kappa Kappa Gamma's with ex- cerpts from Carole Kings's "Tapestry" album. The brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa won first place in the individual fraternity competition with a Burt Bachrach melody. Second place went to the Lambda Chi Alpha's with "Get lvle to the Church on Time," and third place to the Tau Kappa Episilon's with "Battle of New Orleans." The combined competition winners were the Phi Sigma Kappa's and the Alpha Delta Gamma's with a medley from "West Side Story." For the first time in the annual competition, a black fraternal organization joined the musical merriment. The sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha did a stunning version of "Day By Day" with sign language. This out- standing performance won them the lVlost Original Performance award in individual competition. Also featured in the festivities was the All Greek Choir who performed during the opening and closing of the show. "EVENING AT THE GRAMMYSH AND DELIGHTED THEM WITH A dull ,l .l DREW A CAPACITY CROWD MUSICALLY-HIGH PERFORM . --mx., . s - 4-Nz., A - . wi. 1-ATL' .' :x 1.3 5- ., 'f N, C... . , Tl fm -'rg-N w '- ,.,,, ' N " . yy-: X Y a.,,f'3s sv .. 'V 1' A 1-ff' NO A .ff X . , K Q! X V an L Q W A-, I , ' - 1 Siu-,, Wm. 'V 5 N lv 1' . . QMQQM J f ' LN GREEK WEEK IS MONTE CARLO NIGHT. . . A 1 , dull , . 5 x , . S BUG STUFF. . . KEG TOSS. . . KEG ROLL 9 I -4-"'i!5w, A g f 1 Q if ff 5' . , ,. ,L 17105311 .+f'Vl"" - f , f fr V 1 7 P Q' 0 ,Q K A xl Q L ai f- is f Q 'G 15,4 5 'XA I ' if 5, ' I ' 8? A 1' X fi if lf' 13" -5-gg an i 4 ' Q 4-H X an Q ,, X wa "4 m": 2' t : 1' sw ss:-Q-2: J g . 14- ' . . V X L 9 x A 3 'Q me Q ' 5 A : .,f ,f , F. 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PYRAMID RACES Y .- .I Y 5, .M fs 114 ' 3' tg A N' ., 5 .a , H J, ,fl dull . -I1 , '15 2 ,s yo X... 4 Y f 3'1vxN VS' 'II 9 X335 33M '81, X M VH V.L DIEISM 1 3' x gf vw J 1 g 214 J A A' X 1 if -E- e 5. 'ar Q' x, N. sy 1" 1 - Y-sl' 1 , J' hm ' 6 I -as 6 N wi' .4 LA in M . 4. :gp fflf 23521 fr v 1 2- 535521 Q ,mg x R54 ,- 'V 'x3"i,,s.?4 fi Y If -' if f ig. gf . . 'Qi . . Wg A, ,T ' Fu. 'fix 'fi .Z . -' ,aw . , 4.5 I V - , -:jx fm ' - i 5' .fr 7. 9 . - -. go ,I V "4T7-- 'gp' -of . I ' ' A ' " N , fer. 'Y , . ' V. ,Z ' ,i l U f A kg: .' .' A3 K 1.11 ,A X OUTSTANDING GREEKS AWARDED AT DINNER 1 Z fy A Rs..- . ,W , W- Duane Cretin, of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, and Deborah Stott, of Theta Phi Alpha sorority, were selected as the Outstanding Greek Man and Woman during the second annual Greek Recognition Dinner held in the West Hilltop. Other highlights of the evening were the Outstanding Chapter Award which again went to Phi Sigma Kappa, and the Most Im- proved Sorority Award which went to Theta Phi Alpha and Alpha Delta Pi. Winners of the annual Greek Week activities were also recognized as follows: Chug-Off: TKE and Alpha Gamma Delta, Skateboard Flace: Lambda Chi Alpha, Lambda Chi Shoot-Off: TKE and Alpha Delta Pi, Bug Stuff: Lambda Chi Alpha and Kappa Kappa Gamma, Teke- quacade: Alpha Gamma Delta, Super Greeks: TKE and Alpha Gam- ma Delta, Male Sail: TKE, Crab Walk: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Keg Toss: Lambda Chi Alpha, Keg Roll: Delta Gamma, Balloon Bust: Phi Sigma Kappa, Pyramid Race: Delta Gamma and Phi Kappa Tau, Frisbee Contest: Alpha Delta Pi and Phi Kappa Tau and the Scholarship to Phi Sigma Kappa. SPRING QUARTER BROUGHT OUT THE BA THTUB AND BATHING BEAUTIES may KW' The girls of Alpha Delta Pi and the guys of Lambda Chi Alpha got together with a large bathtub on April 29 but no one saw any soap bubbles. From 'IO-6 p.m. the two forces pulled the bathtub from the University to the Summit Mall to take contributions for United Cerebral Palsy. Businessmen and other peo- ple along the West Market Street route gave their money cheerfully for a worthwhile cause. dull W if if f r 1 1 wi p Y ' U J W V . 1 .xv Soccer Scores Spell Success For the twelfth consecutive season, the soccer team posted a winning record, and it wasn't easy. A formidable schedule, combined with injuries to key players and inexperience, kept the team from qualifying for the playoffs. Four Zip opponents were ranked among the nations top twenty teams, and they accounted for four Akron losses. But there were many bright spots in the season, besides the 8-5 record.The biggest moment came when the Zip booters won the prestigious Wheaton Classic. Individually, junior forward Louie Nanchoff was named to the All-American, All-Midwest, and All- Ohio teams for the second straight year. He was the MVP in the Wheaton Classic and of the team, and Offensive Player of the Year in Ohio. Senior Greg Volpe was named outstanding defensive player, and junior forward Steve Gliedt led the Zips with 13 goals. Next year, the Zips will try to offset the loss of seniors Volpe, Dave Hoffmeyer, Mark Steiner, Chuck Barden, and Roberto Bellini with the experience ac- quired by the freshman. Rich Eininger, Marc Miller, and Mladen Kosic will be looked upon to improve on impressive first years. W--ww-of-n-n-If-ir. dull 'mi Tiff, I 4 , ,IQV , 'Zo 4 dull v? y , .Qw Y 1-ff-iw.: C' . . A. , 5 . ' 9 hw' X 'Ms ,N ' 6 . f' 'f" .ef 31- .. X L: ,X fX X five-,I '25 'Qi i xy .X ,if N-.xg L X X X x 3 SX -X S fi XS X X wilkey X . .X XXX an 'Fi 5? XS. NSN X k N X VNXE1 W " Ng .Ax ,X X . Y XXX, Y 531 xv, 156 1. N .S Y X . H- 5 XQ, 5, . " K ' Aw. ' W f 'Hi Q w, f YH. I 1 iii' k .,... X X ,K xKyX Q.. X 5 ' A x 'J 4 f , ' ' ,W ' x XS -.X Q ,kg V x '- ' M f. .-. .- SSX X. . .X ,V wg, .Q .A X . if . 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If MARATHON MAN KEEP A RUNNIN' " U ' J tl, lb uf i5 M. i M- till.-Mi' tif, 'tl wilkey CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS UA OPP Won 43 Lost 15 atOhio Wesleyan 260 Mount Union 83 OPP Wright State 153 MOUNT UNION 22 Malone 164 Nate Ritchie-First Ohio Northern 168 at Malone Invitational 207 Baldwin Wallace 180 Cleveland State 44 Case Western Reserve 187 Marshall 57 John Carroll 242 Pittsburgh 91 Otterbein 257 Indiana iPa.l 99 Ashland 268 Slippery Rock 190 Wooster 278 Case Western Reserve 204 Rio Grande 280 Rio Grande 244 Wittenberg 353 Wright State 264 Findlay 377 Pittsburgh-Johnstown 292 Muskingum 425 West Liberty 304 Oberlin 426 Grove City 315 Heidelberg 463 Ashland 329 Kenyon 465 Robert Morris 396 Denison 472 Walsh 425 'Nate Ritchie-Third Westminster 475 CLEVELAND STATE 27 West Virginia State 529 INDIANA iPa.l 51 Tiffin DNF MOUNT UNION 130 Defiance DNF MALONE 147 'Nate Ritchie-20th WRIGHT STATE 149 at Fredonia Invitational 46 RIO GRANDE 175 Grove City 73 CLARION STATE 178 Buffalo 140 PITTSBURGH- Buffalo State 147 JOHNSTOWN 190 Canisius 175 GROVE CITY 238 Hobart 257 Del Young-21st 'Nate Ritchie-First at Edinboro State 19 at Baldwin Wallace 46 Ken Bowles-Fourth Ohio Wesleyan 71 Otterbein 84 'Best Finish 'Nate Ritchie-First FALL SPORTS Steve Cockerham Jim Embick Ron Ferguson Ron Fuller Fred Miller Greg Nicodemus Charles Parnell Bob Wolf Dave Axner Brandon Boone Jim Burant John Dobrzeniecki Mike Holian Mark Hovanec Jeff Jesko Bob Larson Paul Petit Jim Polena Ed Prosuch Dan Simon Redell Windley Marty Bezbatchenko Curtis Howard Herb Kohler Mike Mitchell John Montgomery Tom Pacenta Allen Parsell Mike Andy Ron Baskin Jim Christopher Jim Dauphin Dave Fisher Dave Flegal Mark Fox Dan Gergel Andy Graham Bruce Jacobs Dennis McGlone Juan Pope Dan Rice Jim Tawse ROSTER . . . FALL SPORTS I FOOTBALL Steve Watson James White Mike Williams Paul Winters Roger Banks Kurt Bauch Larry Binggeli Todd Blaising Nick Brakus Marty Constantine Gary Cox Tim Gorrell Fred Harper Tony Harvey Mike Havens Paul Hennigin Rick Holman Lary James John Jay Gary Korosi Mark La Rose David Lewis Mark Magovac Ed Mementowski Bill Nutt Mark Padrutt Steve Popovich John Rickey John Riveria Porter Robison Marty Rogers John Roesch Greg Scafuro Gary Six Dave Smithern Terry Spoonster Pat Starvaggi Ed Szabo Art Txalamine Jim Valencheck Cliff Weidrick Managers: Art McCready Top Storad Don Artman Aaron Galpert Dennis Branham Bob Blackstock Bruce Moore Trainers: Don Marshall-Head Don Artman Rich Brenner Aaron Galpert Art McCready John Puglisi Coaches: Jim Dennison-Head Jim Tressel Archie Strimel Glenn Evans Tom Flaherty Tom Kot Dale Liston Jim Meyer Dave Newell Wade Rollinson Jerry Schweickert Dennis Stroud Mark VanHorn STER. . FALL SPORTS ROSTER . . FALL SOCCER VOLLEYBALL Chuck Barden Roberto Bellini Dave Hoffmeyer Mark Steiner Greg Volpe Benny Dargle Ken Fleischmann Steve Gliedt I Vojta Pupik Louie Nanchoff Simon Barnett John Brencick Benny Hengle Chris Burke Richard Eininger Mladen Kosic Marc Miller Steve Toth Vic Bettendorf Ahmet Coskunoglu Phil lmbrigotta Jordan Krvounides Larry Pope Fred Ruehr Jerry Shutway Managers: John Abraham Mark Davis Coaches: Robert Dowdy-Head Tom Gilmartin Dr. Tom Nash George Nanchoff Roy Messer Janise Bauer Carol Seiler Sally Brabenec Lynn Dannemiller Pam Gaug Kathy Bala Diane Bury Terry Austin Lisa Gunderson Lori Horn Kathy Hughes Cindy Mandi Rozanne Malivuk Michelle Smithern Sue Soyar Mary Summerville Pat Phillips Jan Wellock Julie Smith-Manager Bonnie Palmer-Head Coach C.C Cross Country Gary Rouse Nate Ritchie Paul Carris Jon Sprague Ken Bowles Dennis Dobos Scott Korom Del Young Tom Roehlig Sid Smith Coaches: Al Campbell-Head Elmore Banton Asst YM- ' ' ' v Az- MwMM,..,... V j ff 5 U x 'iw I , , , XA A V' ' U Alwfzwf x y ' ff- 'S ,, HARD WORK + DE TE RMINA TIUN 2 INDIVIDUAL SUCCESS WRESTLING RESULTS WON 6 LOST 10 at Pittsburgh INDIANA U-PA ASHLAND BOWLING GFIEEN at Malone Pittsburgh- Johnstown CENTFIAL STATE- Oklahoma XAVIER CINCINNATI SLIPPEFIY ROCK at Cleveland State at Kent State at Ohio Northern at West Liberty Bowling Green Malone OPP 33 25 22 20 0 10 22 6 7 28 38 26 19 12 20 5 4 sOO.f' x . ISI!!! 5 r ygdqooo . I'OzAlQO 12. SHARP-SHOOTERS E 1 1 5 nf E W Nm xmwiwx X Y YY aw : q i , :wi - ' X X X X X M w V Xxx lm M 1 M Nxlhwx 'Mm Wk M H . , ,, A. W X M WH' WMNHNNN'"""'W"'Nl'X WN! l i1uTWM Q M l mu -I 4 N3 x N W mgfg,f,fgf,,,,,,4J,M rr mf ,W H WW W 'J' u mmm I lx, ! y Z X Q4 . 1 ' Spirit and Effort Helped to Support Basketball Team Through a Bleak Wintery Season i E BASKETBALL RESULTS WON 9 LOST 18 at Cincinnati at Wooster tovti BUFFALO at Illinois State at Western Illinois WALSH NORTHERN KENTUCKY at Toledo ZIP-COKE CLASSIC: HIRAM MALONE WESTERN ILLINOIS EASTERN ILLINOIS at Youngstown State INDIANA-PURDUE at Wright State at Ashland CLEVELAND STATE YOUNGSTOWN STATE OAKLAND at Dayton CHEYNEY STATE MANKATO STATE at Gannon at Eastern Illinois WRIGHT STATE at Northern Kentucky at Cleveland State f 1 CAGERS CAUGHT "OFF GUARD" 3' :A rf ff-ff--. .. f Rx 'Z X .Juv-7? , ,I . x ,X R. wilkey N X V' A li 4"W k '91 ff' Q s 1 X 935' 9 ,- 4 1 I ,f Kgkifr , If ' , , ff , ff ' f,'?,cf , ff 75 ff, X .fly 1 , , ffi ' f Z ,pf"'. --.- 211 W r Qi , X , 5 1' 5 ' if 5 4, M7 r ,Q V 1 'V 1 V"u.:L:' V ' . , J M-32, ff-'27 N591 . A . g -f . K .V I, 5... 1 ' '.f,.- ,Univ . , ' . 3.5: -1 f-V. .:.,.,.' .ef 2 V . , , , if 1' 44 L4 ' w :SS , fm X S' 4 A-Swg' X aw' , A ,....,. T 'QF' . Ji' Y, .XAAA of--mil' Z E 1 1 Q' M N? N 1 1 L:.m,.x W, .M XM , Z, mf 1 my 2, f SWIMNMNC-I RESULTS Won 4 ' Lost 5 at Grove City BETHANY at Walsh at Morris Harvey at Oberlin OHIO WESLEYAN at Toledo WESTMINSTER at Youngstown State OPP 62 45 28 52 91 29 63 68 82 ll .F ,. . 4 In' 'W' QL! 4: Wm K X Rough Waves Slow Swimmers of 'wk 2 , 4, ., . 'K , New wi 1 "5IM 1 af , A , 1 xW Q 1 7 A, , , f ! , , WMM gl 7 Jw 1 Q v fi 2 2 4 2 , :W , F1 A .g': .IL '-- , E ' -- ,' Won 5 Lost 12 DEFIANCE at Toledo JOHN CARROLL CLEVELAND STATE KENT STATE MALONE at Wooster at Cedarville EDINBOFIO STATE at Wittenberg at Wright State at Youngstown State CAPITAL at Oberlin CINCINNATI at Ohio U at Ashland I S i If . -E-' lm.. ' 'II I ww .ww Wi eww N4 x 1' . vu. -,W f ,, 'f ' " W W , . 5?'?f?r 2.1, .... , ,1 . 4,11 ,zfvww 913, in ww az f Y xx 5 ff ff 5 N gy. Q... X 1 5 M x 24 46 WINTER SPORTS ROSTER . . WINTER C' CHEERLEADERS BASKETBALL SWIMMING Football: ' Jayne Boey Mark Bodecky Lori Cockerham Ava Cole Carol Gannon Michelle Handley Crystal Harris Sandy Kennedy John Marefka I Christine Momchilov Laurie Parrish Annette Rogel Beth Sullivan Bob Underwood Jeff Upperman Basketball: Jayne Boey Shelly Bymakos Guy Cottle Carol Gannon Larry Lind Donna Maclar Chris Nasrallah Bob Underwood Jeff Upperman Chuck Booms Vic Butler John Britton Boyd Breece Reggie Hannah Rich Johnson Rick Kaven Tom Keehan Bob Richardson Larry Smith Zane Giles Joel Price Marty Wise Managers: Rob Mier Larry Lemley Trainer: Aaron Galpert Coaches: Ken Cunningham-Head Fritz Meyer-Assistant Chris Wolfe-Assistant Bill Parry Mark Ziruolo Mark Giancarli Bob Salisbury Damien Schaefer Mark Adair Matt Rice Matt Bezbatchenko Chris Clark Dave Nash Mike O'Leary Bill Riley Dave Smith Yvonne Smith Duane Grassell Steve Herrlinger Tom Kozma Clark Morgan-Head Coach ORTS ROSTER . . WINTER SPORTS BASKETBALL RIFLERY WRESTLING Jeanne Bauhart Kim Knowles Debbie Deyling Mary Pat Quinlan Joan Tonathy Barb Aldrich Kathy Fields Jean Garcea Tina Garcea Lisa Gunderson Kathy Hughes Beth Krantz Pam Long Manager: Kim Blackburn Mary Ann Tripodi-Head Coach Marling Engle Dave Claus Mark Beres Leonard McVicker Mark Peters Bob Brenza Barry Cargould Tom Richards Fred Geissman Nancy Worsenoroft Coach Mike Bitting Bob Wolf Brad Bennett Bill Grenfell Eric Porosky Bill Talcott Mike Vogel Gino Caponi Mike Gerak Mike Joseph Art Lutheran Dave Scavuzzo Paul Scyoc Mark Smith Craig Wade Steve Ziton Coaches: Greg Gilmore-Head Pete Guthrie-Asst. 24 43 SPRING SPORTS ROSTER. . SPRING SPORTS TRACK John Dobrzeniecki Norm Oster Jeff Kidd Mike Spencer Ernie Van Diver Jim Tawse Roger Bergh Dennis Dobos Randy Gandy Tony Malone Nate Ritchie Scott Sell Pete Wood Ken Bowles Craog Culler Mike Rohr Gary Rouse Dave Axner Jim Bator Jim Burant Tyrone Burrell Kevin Cash Steve Cockerham Frank Papatonis Head Coach: Al Campbell Bill Terrell Renaldo Tyson Andy Thomas Steve Allen Steve Auten Jack Bryant Jesse Buchanan Scott Korom Frank Knox Mark Magovac Mark Milhoan Mark Ray Sid Smith Tim Spicer Ed Swinehart Roger Turner Del Young lleno Zona GOLF Rick Bryson Dave Bolas Allen Boyer Terry Petit Mike Pry Paul Waters Mike White Matk Tomasina Mike Walker Jim Hackett-Head Coach ROSTER. . . SPRING SPORTS ROSTER. . . SPR TENNIS TENNIS BASEBALL Dick Brown Steve Crabtree Kathy Altier Jeff Beitzel Don Lawson Diane Bury ,Jack Jgneg Steve IVIBZHK Alba Cook Gene Kallmeyer Steve Bybyk Mary Ann McAllister Drew Patton Gary Ihasz Jane Shark Bill Goddard Greg Cinko Joan Lynch Dan Kdrmdshdff Bob Davis Gina McGill Cary Willgren Dan Davis Lisa Midolo Doug Delashmutt Head Coach: Dave Bard WOMEN 'S Peggy Huffman Vicki Stoll Jan Wellock Kathy Ziegler Kathy Bala Jeanne Casari Karen Clover Dawn Cullen Laura Ferio Managers: Carol Breckbill Julie Smith Head Coach- Joann Arrietta Sharon Nieman Bev Banker Manager: Fran Blake Coaches: Bonnie Palmer-Head Nora Cline-Assistant SOFTBALL Kathy Hughes Kim Kanipes Heidi Lehto Carol Marchuk Barbara Miller Lisa Ann Morris Gina Perisutti Sue Sexauer Susan Thomas Beggie Auzene Fred Baldwin Bob Cosgrove Corky Davis Mark Dembrow Don Doerfler Fred Erbe Bill Fender Bon Ford Wiley Graf Tim Jack Gary Joseph Kevin McCollum Don Murray Don Sampsel Dave Wells Brian Winn Ken Alber Ed Cowan Keith Dambrot Don Graham Jerome Hall Mike Haszto Flick Maj Jeff Partin Jeff Peterson Bob Pollard Tom Flamer Pat Basicci Bob Beho Doug Smith John Suszek Manager: Larry Lemley Trainer: Aaron Galpert Head Coach: Dave Fross 249 i V 250 ,-.-:,: -my ff 753 ,Lvi:L'-c5333 -X -'mxfm' 1 EEE? 1 if , YE ' H8512 1 In ,nl J' lnulju mu 1- ' I I III .uk Wim H1 43 i I I M 1 -x E, 1, I 44 rw 1 W m ln-I I aa "N Fm n L ? 'N I " ' filg ,f--,,-,- ,f5!i 1!3f ' fl W i ' 'U ' ' 'f M23 Mliflfml WI l,IwI ,hr I I I fi L I 6 WHWHW n 'nl I V fi' R , - ., f J n f -, 1 Y kv ' X, ,A ,xx ,, X w ,f X , 1 "1 -, - f-wk,,X. XX L-ik "'l.l. fa 1 1 T 1 Q Q U -, V. W9 A., I ,Ii ,V--f fu' g ,V.. k L . - A -fi , 2 A..AA, Ib' - " v ' 4 1 1 ,xx f 'fc fp Am M .M 'Q H " v ea 5 A 312 L, Wy. E, .. 4 vw . ,4 Q V f ,Q N' eff Y , , f 542. 'Q f . A MQ F 4 ,M-'31, , .. 1 20-.-'E-Til " - . Q, ,wf iz, Q ' W " -4 -ii-MS 1- :J ' "Q -- 54f45"'PiW" -f ""' ' ilu 7221 "' ,f'1'.., -f -'lib ' ' 1 - 4 'Q " . 9-'Q-'5'fQ1?i"1:Q , "ig bmyw' 8 . It , V.. , If 1'-'aff ,,, ..., 4 ,,.g, I--lg-'ffn ' . ' 1 !:'.x:1 .-1.--M - , " fc ' . lL. - , va, ,mf 'x , Qxji -Q--My fi- . 5:-' 'Q ' V f -- . ' , h ivq x""g,,. n- Q gal uh.: THINCLADS RUN UP NEW RECORDS The spring of 1978 produced the first undefeated AU track team since 1963. In dual meets the Zip thinclads had a near perfect season with a 7-0 record. The only blemish in this stan- ding was their tie with Kent State. Fine individual performances helped to create the outstanding team record, while eight new school records were established. Six AU trackmen, Roger Bergh, Scott Sell and Mike Spencer fhurdlersl, Ken Bowles and Nate Ritchie ldistance runnersl, and the weightman Pete Wood, all qualified for the NCAA Division ll championships. Coach AI Campbell will have near- ly everyone back next year making the future of AU track even brighter. ' . Q -ii , f, ..:. F-1' Q ." '51 ' 273' ,Inv . wilkey ,lk , , , ,E Ay ' H42 K . ,if if If W. A 1 A' ,fbi 4. 4 v .- , W ,YF I . f , J - f' ' A "-x'..,' ,I .-L' Pr ' "3 . if Y X I ,E l X I A X-' 1" 'N wb V I U Q I 4 REF? vn- 2' .I CENTRAL STATE at Malone Findlay at Mt. Union at Baldwin Wallace Toledo at Kent State CLEVELAND STATE OPP 22 79 53 26V2 71 V2 71 40 Dx . ..-, ri ., U . ', . - Q l 1 n ...- K x -X ""-b-'xx' I Y' s nf ' I ,,,.v a. ,,,,.,, ,J 1 7' 'Mn f ,fl r Q ' "41'u 4i'..1.....K:.- 4.1. GOLF RESULTS Won 33 LOS1 40 Tied 2 Wooster Invitational 3rd of 13 teams Ashland Invitational 2nd of 6 teams Glass Invitational Tied for 6th of 7 teams Dale Beckler Invitational 12th of 16 teams West Liberty Invitational 10th of 13 teams Falcon Invitational Tied for 9th of 13 teams Kent State Invitational 5th of 11 teams UA I OPP 384 MALONE 393 384 Cleveland state sees The Swmg of Things WOM EN'S TENNTS RESULTS won 5 LOST 9 V at Oberlin A TOLEDO A WOOSTER A, O OHIO NORTHERN CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY at Heidelberg JOHN CARROLL at Case Western Reserve LORAIN COMMUNITY at Kent State ASHLAND at Baldwin-Wallace at Malone at Mt. Union WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM HAS RAINY SEASON Jr . W klgix' 'W ,st wk , Y Q- I: in i 'Q f fw - A - n r A w u. M"'P,1: -1 .V J Q .9 Q1 fu, ff , , ,f v K., f'Qs"f'."., ,f',f'Jw' -, . , y . , ff ' 'af1+I'.f1s Y Y 0 -.1 Y V, X. , - fwfwf . . ., ,, ,. 144 ,g..,, ,nf X45 wx N My Aw!-vp Q 4 .'.' 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BAILEY Mechanical Technology DOROTHY A. BARD Secondary Education PATRICIA A. BENNAGE Secretarial Science PAUL J. BERBAKOV Mechanical Engineering SCOTT A. BEST Accounting CANDACE J. BIGELOW Medical Assistant DOUGLAS A. BLANAR Social Work '4"'lut,, ,. -. ELLEN A. BARRESI Elementary Education MITZI T. BATES Medical Technology NANCY A. BECKER Elementary Education DEBRA L. BEDNARZ Accounting 9 I MARILYN F. BODROCK Elementary Education ROBERT BONKO Political Science DENISE M. BOWEN Community Services Technology GARY A. BOYCE Accounting JUDY A. BRECHBILL Accounting MARIE A. BRIGHT-HALL Nursing CATHY L. BROWN Medical Assistant MARILYN E. BUREN Business Education KAREN S. BURFORD History CATHERINE A. BURKETT Accounting THOMAS J. BURNS Accounting PENNY L. CALLAS Elementary Education DEBBIE C. CALLOWAY Business Education JANET L. CAPLINGER MK R Sociology ELSIE CARABALLO Community Services Technology RICHARD R. CHAMBERS Electronic Technology LINDA S. CISTON Secretarial Science CYNTHIA L. 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