University of Toledo - Blockhouse Yearbook (Toledo, OH)
- Class of 1954
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This book is dedicated to those students
who have through both academic and
non-academic activities given unselfishly
to their University and fellow students.
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Although graduation means the end of college life,
the past few years will always hold pleasant memories
for the seniors.
The success of the class activities is largely due to
Chuck Finley, president. He was aided by Ed Saclcl, vice-
president: Sally Ames, secretaryg and Bob Drake, treasurer.
The majority of the senior activities occurred during senior
week, During seven short days the class sponsored a picnic,
breakfast. convocation, banquet, prom, and baccalaureate
in Because of the knowledge and experience which the
University has imparted to its students, the seniors can
look forward to the coming years with the confidence that
happiness and success are within their reach.
Sally Ames Robert Drake
ADAMS, BENJAMIN-B.B.A.g Omega Psi Phi. Sec.:
Young Dem, Club, United Nationsg YMCA.
AMES. SALLY'-B.Ed.g Alpha Chi Omega: Sec. of Sen-
ior 'Classg Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi. Pres.:
F.T.!A.g YWCAQ Ellen Richards Club: Spanish Clubg
Panhellenic Council, Homecoming Dance Comm.,
Christmas Dance Comm.
ANDREWS. ROBRERT-B.B.A.g Phi Kappa Psi. V. P1'es.Q
Alpha Kappa Psi. Master of Ritualg Canterbury Club.
V. Pres., YMCAQ Am, Marketing Assoc.g Homecoming
ANDRZE-IEXWSKI, DAVID-B.S.g Freshman and Varsity
ANSLEa', WILLIANI-B.S. Engr, Phys., Joint Student
Branch of A.I.E.E. and I.R.E,, Sec., Tau Beta Pi.
APPLEMAN. BEATRICE-B.S. Pharm.g Alpha Chi Ome-
ga. Ass't Treas., Treas.g Kappa Gamma, Am. Pharm.
Assoc.. Editor "Powder Paper," Sec., Pres.g Phi Kappa
Phi, Cornelia Roulet Award, Beta Beta Betag Towel
View Clubg Inter Nos QGirls' Dorm.J. Pres.g Block,
house, Senior Editorg Const. Comm.g Senior Picnic
SENIOR PICNIC COMMITTEE
Bee Appleman and Ted Ball
ARTHUR. RAYMOND-B.B.A.g Stu. Bar Assoc.g Alpha
Kappa Psi, Newman Clubg YMCAQ Trackg W.S.S.F.
ASLANIAN. MARGARET K.-B.A.3 Pi Gamma Mug
Poetry Club, Internosg Foreign Stu. International Club.
AUBRY, ROBERT-B.S.M.E.g Kappa Sigma Kappa. Serg.
at Armsg Am. Soc. of Mech. Engizg Lutheran Stu. Assoc.:
Freshman and Varsity Football.
BAKER. RICHARD-B.B.A.L Theta Chig YMCA,
Young Repub. Club.
BAINBRIDGE. JANE-B.Ecl., Chi Omega, Pres.g Phys.
Ed. Majors Club. Treas.g F.T.A.g Kappa Delta Pig Phi
Kappa Phi, YXVCAQ W.R.A.. V. Pres., Red Cross: May
BAILIFF, ROBERT-B.B.A.g Al ha Si ma Phig Young
BALL. THEODORE-B.S. in Pharm., Phi Kappa Chi:
Kappa Psi, I-Iistoriang Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Beta Beta:
Am. Pharm. Assoc.. V. Pres., Dorm Club, D-N-W
Club, Senior Picnic Comm.
BARCELONA. CHARLES-B.B.A.g Am. Marketing
Assoc.. Newman Clubg Mil. Sci. Club, Collegiang D-
N-W Club, Varsity Footballg Scabbarcl and Bladeg Co-
Chr., Senior Dance.
BARCELONA, NANCY-B.Ed.g Alpha Chi Omegag
F.T.A.. Sec.g Student Councilg Peppers 3. 4, Sigma
Alpha Omega, V. Pres.g Newman Club, Sec.g 1.R.C.. V.
Pres.g Chimes Club, Treas.g Rocket Band: Majoretteg
Bloclchouse, Subscrip. Editor, Ellen Richards Club,
YWCA' Bel Canto' Colle ian' El Ed. Club' Chr
Christmas Danceg May Day Comm., W.S.S,F.g Stu.
Council Variety Showg Chr.. J-I-Iopg Fr. Dance Comm.g
Fr. Elections Comm.g Univ. The-atreg 1952 R.O.T.C.
Queen Attendant, Radio Workshipg Who's Who.
BARGAHISER, KENNETH-B.B.A.g Varsity Football.
BARKIMER. MARTHA-B.Ed.g Zeta Tau Alpha, His-
toriang El. Ed. Clubg F.T.A.g J-Hop Comm,g Christmas
BATCH, MELVIN-B.S. Engr. P'hys.g Theta Chi, Sec.g
Ohio Soc. of Prof. Engr.g I.R.'ET. and A.I.E.E.g Phi
Kappa Phig Tau Beta Pi, V. Pres.g Pi Mu Epsilon, Sec.g
Delta Xg Lutheran Stu. Assoc.
BATTIE, PHYLLIS-B. Ed.
BAUMANN. VICTOR-B.B.A.g Alpha Kappa Psi,
BEDDOES, JOHN-B.B.A.g Sigma Phi Epsilong Rocket
Bandg Univ. Band.
Lil Sanderson, Bernie Judis, ,lulian Mack
BELL. JANET-B. Ed.g Pi Beta Phi, Sec.g El. Ed. Club,
V. Pres.g W.R.A.g YXVCAQ Wesleyan Clubg Fr. Dance
BENDER. SUSAN-B. Ed.g Chi Omegag F.T.A.g YWCAQ
El. Ed. Clubg Red Crossg W.R.A.g Standing Elections
Comm.g Univ. Theatre.
BENDLIN. BEVERLY-B.A. in Ed.g Zeta Tau Alpha,
Sec.g F.T.A.q Lutheran Stu. Assoc.g YXVCA.
BENSON. J. THOMAS-B.S.g Sigma Alpha Epsilong Phi
Gamma Deltag Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Epsilon Deltag
YMCAQ Univ. Theatre.
BINS, ROBERT-B.S.M.E.g Am. Soc. of Mech. Engr.g
Am. Soc. for Testing Materials.
BODENMILLER, THEODORE-B.B.A.g Sigma Phi Ep-
silon: Alpha Kappa Psig Bus. Ad. Clubg Am. Marketing
BODENSTEDT. JOSEPH-B.B.A.: Alpha Phi Omegag
Newman Clubg Sailing.
BOJINOFF, THOMAS-B.Ed.g D-N-W Clubg Lutheran
Stu. Assoc.g YMCAQ F.T.A.g Veterans' Club.
BOURDO. MAURICE-B. Ed.
BOWMAN, .RONALD-B.B.A., Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
BOYD, ROBERT-B.S., Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Epsilon
Delta, Pres., German Club, Newman Club.
BRACKEN, COLLEEN-B.B.A., Pi Beta Phi, Treas.,
Newman Club, Young Repub. Club, W.R.A., Christ-
mas Dan-ce Comm., May Day Chairman, Campus Con-
ference on Religion, W.S.S.F., Student Council.
BRANDEL, MARY JO-B. Ed., Chi Omega, Scribe, El.
Ed. Club, F. T. A., Repub. Club, Newman Club,
W.R.A., Fr. Dance Comm., Ikfay Day Court Attendant.
BRAWNER, GEORGE-B.B.A., Alpha Phi Alpha,
BROOKENTHAL, ALBERT-B.S. in Pharm., Alpha
Zeta Omega, Treas., Am. Pharm. Assoc.
SENIOR CEREMONIAL COMMITTEE
Marian Krause and Richard Young.
BROWN, GLORIA-B.A. in Ed., Spanish Club, Inter
BRUNS, CARL-B.S.E.E., Am. Soc. of Civil Engr., Sec.,
Am. Soc. of Mech. Engr., Sec.
BUTZ. GEORGE-B.S., Alpha Epsilon Delta, V. Pres.,
Beta Beta Beta, Raoul Floripe Memorial Award, Ger-
man Club, Pres., Young Repub. Club.
CALCAMUGGIO, MILTON-B.S.E.E., Tau Kappa Ep-
silon, I.R.E. and A.I.E.E., Pershing Rifles, Lutheran
CANNON, CAROLYN-BS., Beta Beta Beta, Sec., Sig-
ma Mu Tau, Treas., Inter Nos Club, Treas.
CLARKE. JOANNE-B. Ecl., Zeta Tau Alpha, Ellen
Richards Club, Newman Club, A Cappella Choir,
CLINE, CHARLES W.-B.S. Pharm., Kappa Psi, Am.
Chem. Society, Am. Pharm. Assoc.
COLE, JACK-B. Ed., Freshman and Varsity Football,
Varsity "T" Club, Baseball, Captain.
COLE, NANCY-B.A., Alpha Omicron Pi. Sec., Alpha
Phi Gamma, Sec., Treas., Newman Club, YWCA,
Spanish Club, Collegian, Assis. Bus. Manager, Red
Cross, Young Democratic Club, Stu. Council Variety
COLE, PATRICIA-B.A.: Chi Omega, Sec.: Sigma Delta
Pi: YWCA: Spanish Club: Radio Workshop: Poly-
mathic Society: Chimes Club: W.S.S.F. Variety Show:
Univ. Theatre: 1952 Collegian Queen: 1953 R.O.T.C.
lst Batt. Queen: Majorette.
COLLIER. HELEN-B.S.: Alpha Omicron Pi: Panhellenic
Council: Peppers 4: Beta Beta Beta: Sigma Mu Tau:
Collegian: Blo-ckhouse: Dramatics Assoc.: Sailing Club:
YWCA: Univ. Chem. Society: Young Repub. Club.
CONNORS, JOHN J.. JR.-B.B.A.: Blue Key. Historian:
VUho's XVho: Sr. Men's Rep. to Student Council: Student
Bar Assoc., Pres.: Board of Governors: Am. Law Stu-
dents Assoc., Nat'l Delegate: Pi Kappa Phi. Warden,
Chaplain: Delta Theta Phi: Alpha Kappa Psi: Newman
Club: YMCA: Business Administration Club: Soc. for
the Advancement of Management.
COOPER, JOYCE-B.A.: Wesleyan Club: German Club.
CORRELLO, WILLIAM-B.B.A.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon:
Am. Marketing Assoc.: Freshman Football.
COUSINO. RALPH-B. S. E. E.: I. R. E. and A. I. E. E.:
YMCA. Pres.: Polymathic, V. Pres.: Chairman Fresh-
man Camp Comm.: Chairman W.S.S.F. Booth Comm.
BRAINS IN THE X-RAY LAB
Bill Ansley and Mel Batch.
DAGUE, ROY-B.S. in Pharm.: Phi Kappa Chi: Kappa
Psi: Am. Chem. Society: Am. Pharm. Assoc.: Variety
AL-DOBAISSI, RASHEED-B.S.C.E.: Foreign-American
Friendship Club, Sec.
DAMRAUER. HAROLD-B.B.A.: Alpha Epsilon Pi.
DAVIS, NANCY GARRY-B. Ed.: Delta Delta Delta,
jr. and Sr. Pan-I-Iellanic Rep.: Phys. Ed. Majors Club,
V. Pres.: W.R.A.: YWCA: Sailing Club: W.R.A.
DEARBAUGH. JUDY MOORE-B. Ed.: Alpha Chi
Omega, Ass't Treas., Treas.: F.T.A.: YWCA: Radio
Workshop, Director: Univ. Theatre: Collegian: Block-
house, Copywrite Editor: Inter Nos fGirl's Dormj,
Social Chr.: Variety Show. Makeup Chr.: May Day
Properties Comm. Chr.: Decorations Comm. Home-
DOEDERLEIN. DELTON-B.S. in Pharm.: Kappa Psi:
Am. Pharm. Assoc.
DOEBLER. MARILYN-B. Ed.: El. Ed. Club: F.T.A.
DONCOES, MARY-B. Ed.: Alpha Chi Omega: F.T.A.,
V. Pres.. Pres.: El. Ed. Club: Blockhouse, Campus
Editor: Collegian: Bel Canto Christmas Dance Comm.:
Homecoming Comm.: W.S.S.F.: Stu. Council Variety
Show: Freshman Dance Comm.: YWCA: True-Munch
Award: Ellen Richards Club: Young Democratic Club:
Who's Who, 4.
DOW, NANCY-B. Ed., Pi Beta Phig F.T.A.g El. Ed.
Clubg YW'CAg Young Repub. Clubg Spanish Clubg
I.R.C.g W.R.A.g Canterbury Club.
DOWDNEY, VIRGINIA-B. Ed., Alpha Chi Omega.
Pres.g Student Council, Sec., El. Ed. Club, Treas., Sec.g
F.T.A.g Peppersg Who's Who 3, 4, Radio Workshop,
Pres.g Dramatic Assoc.g Stu. Union Board of Control,
Se-C., V. P'res.g United Nationsg I.R.'C.g YWCAQ Young
Repub. Clubg Freshman Handbookg Blockhouse, Circu-
lation Mgr., Photo. Editorg Homecoming Comm 3
Chairman Comm. 'Chest Drive, J-Hopg W.S.S.F.g Bel
Cantog Chairman Spring Elections Comm., Stu. Coun-
cil Variety Show.
DRAKE, BARBARA-B. Ed., Kappa Delta. V. Pres.,
El. Ed. Clubg F.T.A.g Kappa Delta Pig YWCAg A Cap-
DRAKE, ROBERT-B.S.3 Pi Kappa Phi, Sec., Treas.
Pres.g Treas. of Senior Classg German Clubg Univ.
Chem. Societyg Publicity Chair. of Jr. Danceg I.F.C.
DUGAN, JAMES-B.S.g Sigma Alpha Epsilong Alpha
DYER, ROBERT-B.S.C.E.g Sigma Phi Epsilong Soc. of
Chem. Engng Am. Soc. of Mil. Engr.
THE NEW LAW LIBRARY
EDDIE, ROBERT G.-B.B.A.g Pershing Riflesg Scabboard
EDELEN, ANN-B. Ed.g Alpha Omicron Pig Peppers 4g
Nat. Collegiate Players, Pres.g Fine Artsg Kappa Delta
Pig Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Kappa Phig Univ. Theatre.
Exec. Board, Poetry Club, Pres.g Motion Picture Club,
EMERY. HERBERT-B.A.g YMCA, Chaplaing Mil. Sci.
Clubg United World Federalists, Pres.g United Nations
Club, V. Pres., I.R.C.g Liberal Clubg Young Demo-
cratic Clubg Psychology Clubg Religious 'Councilg
W.S.S.F.g Campus Conference on Religiong D-N-W
EVDEMON, KATHERINE-B. Ed.
EVERSOLE, BONNIE-B.S. in Med. Tech., Sigma Mu
Tau, Sec.g L.S.A.g YWCA, Beta Beta Beta.
FAUBLE, THOMAS-B.S.g Univ. Chem. Societyg Alpha
Epsilon Deltag Beta Beta Beta, V. Pres.
FIELD, LYNN O.-L.L.B.g Alpha Sigma Phig Delta
Theta Phi, Chancellor of the 'Exchequerg Stu. Bar
Assoc., Board of Governors.
FINLEY, CHARLES-B. Ed.: Senior Class Presidentg
Freshman Football, Varsity Football.
FITZGERALD. I-EERMAN - B.B.A.'5g Am. Marketing
Assoc.g Footballg Fr. Dance Comm.
FOLTZ, JUNE-B. Ed.g Delta Delta Delta, Pres.g Fresh-
man Class V. Pres.g Peppersg Kappa Delta Pig R.O.T.C.
Queen, 1951g Homecoming Queen, 1952g Who's Who.
FOUGHT, MARGARET-B. 'Ed.g Pi Beta Phi, Chimes,
Wesleyan 'Clubg Sailing Clubg I.R.C.g YWCAQ Cheer-
FOUGHT, PATRICIA-B. Ed., Delta Delta Delta, Ath.
Chr.. Social Chr.g Phys. Ed. Majors Club, Reporterg
Bandg Chorusg W.R.A.g X'W'CAg Wesleyfan Clubg
Soph. Dance Decorations.
FRANKLLN, RICHARD-B.S.E.E.g Phi Kappa Chi, V.
Pres.g A.I.E.E. and l.R.E.g O.S.P.E.g YMCA, Inter
Frat. Council, Co-Chr. J-Hopg Co-Chr. Homecoming
Danceg Sr. Picnic Comm.
FUERST. SUZANNE-B. Ed., Pi Beta Phi, V. Pi'es.g El.
Ed. Club, W.R.A.g YXVCAQ Newman Clubg 'Choirg
F.T.A.g J-Hop Decorationsg May Day Costumes.
FULLER, EKIE JOHN-B.S. Pharm.g Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Kappa Psig lWilitary Sci. Clubg Inter-Frat. 'Councilg
jerry Liebau and Barbara Henderson.
GEISERT, PAUL GEORGE-B.S. in Ed.
GERHART, RALPH-B.S.C.iE.g A.S.C.E.
GEMERCHAK, EDWARD A.. JR.-B.A.g Phi Kappa Psig
Newman Club, Treas.g YMCAg Sailing Clubg Young
Repub. Clubq Student Bar Assoc.
GETZ, SANDRA JOAN-B.B.A.g Delta Delta Delta,
Historian. C. Se-c.g W.R.A.3 YWCA, Pub. Comm.g
Relig. Conf. Chr.
GILES, WILLIAM A.-B.S.M.,E.g A.S.M.E., SeC.g FO1'eign
Stud. Club, Pres.
GILMORE, MATILDA-B. Ed.g F.T.A.g El. Ed. Clubg
Kappa Delta Pi.
GLOVER, LEMAXIE-B. Ed., Alpha Phi Alphag
Fine Arts Club.
GO-GGANS, LELAND C., JR.-B.B.A.g Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, V. Pres.
GORDON, RICHARD-B. Ed.g F.T.A.g Dorm Clubg
Varsity T Club, V. Pres., Football. Co-Captain, All-
Ohio, 1952, All Mid-Americang Los Angeles Rams
GRAHAM, MARY ANN-B.A.
GREEN, RAYMOND E.-B.S.E.E.g Tau Beta Pig O.S,P.E.
and I.R.E., Sec.
GREENE, JERRY-B.S. Pharm., Alpha Zeta Omega,
Exchequeg Am. Pharm. Assoc.
GREGOR, MARY ELIZABETH-B. Ed.: Delta Delta
Delta, Ass't Treas.g YWCA, F.T.A.g El. Ed. Club:
Spanish Club. Treas.1 Univ. Theatre, Newman Club,
NXf.R.A.g Fr. Dance Program Comm., Soph. Dance
Poster Comm.g May Day Courtg Campus 'Collegiang
Blockhouse, Adv. Staff Sorority Ed.
GRIESMER, RUSSELL-B.S. Pharm., Kappa Psi, Sec.,
Pledge Master, D.N.W. Club.
SENIOR PUBLICITY COMMITTEE
Elaine Taylor and Carolene McNeil.
Absent: Mike Griswold.
GRIFFITH, OSCAR B.. SR.-B.A.g Alpha Phi Alphag
Pi Gamma Mu, Pres., Psychology Club.
GRISWOLD, MICHAEL C.-B.A.g Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Ath. Chr., Historian, Sec., Social Chr.g l.R.C.g Newman
Clubg YMCA, Chaplain: Young Dem. Club. V. Pre-5.3
Liberal Club, U.N.A.g Fr-Soph Dance Decorations
Comm., Collegiang Bloclchouseg Inter-Frat. Council.
Sec.-Treas., Pres.g Religious Council.
GOODWIN. ROSE IVIARIE-B. Ed.: El. Ed. Clubl
HADDAD, LAWRENCE J.-B.B.A.
IIAGGERTY, JAMVES-B.B.A.g YIVICAQ A.IVI.A.Z Varsity
T3 Baseball, Footballg Basketball.
I-IARDING, MARY LUE-B. Ed.
HARRISON, BEVERLY-B.Ed.g Pi Beta Phi, Kappa
Delta Pig F.T.A.g YWCIXQ El. Ed. Clubg W.R.A.
HARSHMAN, XVARREN E.-B.S. Ch. E.: Chem. En-
HASSELKUS, KENNETH-B.S. Ch. E.g O.S.P.E.g Pi Beta
Taug Chem. Engineering Society, Treas.g Univ. Chem.
Societyg Am. Chem. Society.
HAWKINS, LAURENCE R.-B.A.g Military Science
Clubg Alpha Phi Gammag Scabbard 8: Bladeg Young
Repub. Clubg United World Fed.g Campus Collegian.
HEAD, LAVERNA E,-B. Ed.g Kappa Delta, Treas.g
El. Ed. Clubg F.T.A
HENNING, -IAMES D.-B.B.A.3 Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Sec., V. P'res.g YW'CAg Wesleyan 'Club.
HEININGER. MILFORD-B.S. Pharm., Alpha Gamma
Upsilong Am. Pharm. Assoc.g D.N.W. Club.
HERTZBERG, RICHARD-B.S.g Alpha Epsilon Delta,
Sec.: Beta Beta Betag German Club, Sec.
FOREIGN STUDENTS RELAXING
Margaret Aslanian, Sanduk and Rasheed Al-
HILL, MARCIA-B.S. in Med. Tech.g Kappa Delta,
Historian. Serg. at Armsg Sigma Mu Tau, Treas.g Beta
Beta Bet-ag Young Repub. Clubg YWCAg Univ. Chem.
Societyg J-Hop Decorations Comm.g Dramatic Assoc.g
HOFFMAN, ARLENE-B. Ed.g Alpha Omicron Pi, C.
Sec., Rushing Chr.g Delta Xg Young Dem. Clubg
Christmas Dance Comm.g Homecoming Dance Comm.g
Religious Conference Comm.
HOLLOVVAY, THOMAS-B.B.A.g Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Sec., Bus. Ad. Clubg Young Repub. Clubg Fr. Electionsg
HOPPE, RICHARD-B.B.A.g Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Warden, Social Chr.g Baseball.
HULL, SALLY-B.Ed.g Chi Omega, Rush Chr., Panhel.
Rep.g El. Ed. Clubg F.T.A.g Red Cross, Chr. Fund
Driveg YXWCAQ W.R.A.g W.LS.S.F. Publicity Comm.
and Variety Showg Christmas Formal Program Chr.
HUBBARD, MRS. MARY BACKER
HUFFMAN, JOHN J.-B..Ed.g Kappa Kappa Psi, Pres.,
Tre-as.g Univ. Bandg Drum Majorg F.T.A.
HUTTER, C. PETER--B.A.g Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sr.
Marshall Guardg Student Bar Assoc.g L.S.A.g Military
Science Clubg German Clubg Homecoming Decorations
Comm.g Circulation Mgr. Collegian.
JACOBY, CHARLES W,-B.S.g Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Eminent Archon, Eminent I-Ieraldg Univ. Chem. So-
ciety. Pres.g Military Science Club, Pres.g Scabbard and
Bladeg Newman Clubg Chr. Military Ballg Christmas
Formal Comm.g Regimental Commanderg Distinguished
Military Student, Who's Who.
JAY, BEVERLY-B.Ed., 'Chi Omega, Panhel. Rep.,
Freshman Rep. to Student Council, F.T.A., Alpha Phi
Gamma, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Peppers,
Young Repub. Club, YWCA, W.R.A., Panhel. Pres.,
Fr.--Soph. Prom, Homecoming, Christmas Formal.
JEFFRLES, CALVIN-B. Ed., Kappa Alpha Psi.
ENKINS WILLIAM C B Ed Ka 1 Ka a si'
Je , --..z PP- PPP.
JOHNSTON, WYATT M.-B.S., D.iN.W. Club.
JONES, MARY HELEN-B.S., Zeta Tau Alpha, Rush
Chr., Jr. and Sr. Panhel. Rep., Beta Beta Beta, Sigma
Mu Tau, V. Pres., Univ. Chem. Society, Sec.. V. Pres.,
German Club, V. Pres., YWCA, L.S.A., Allegro Club,
Standing Elections Comm.
JUDIS, BERNARD J.-B.S. Pharm., Alpha Epsilon Pi,
Historian, Beta Beta Beta, Am. Pharm. Assoc., Col-
legian, Young Dem. Club, C. Sec., lst. V. Pres., Re-
ligious Council, Inter-Collegiate Zionish Fed., Fr.
Prom, Fr.-Soph. Decorations Comm., Junior Decora-
SENIOR DANCE COMMITTEE
Irene Sawade, Nancy Barcelona, Sharon Kable
and Herbert Emery.
Absent: Chuck Barcelona and Bernie Judis.
KABEL, SHARON-B.Ed., Alpha 'Chi Omega, R. Sec..
lst V. Pres., Junior Class Sec., Jr. Women's Rep. to
Student Council, Peppers, Who's Who, YWCA, V.
Pres., Pres., El. Ed. Club, V. Pres., Young Repub.
Club, Treas., Wesleyan Club, I.R.C., W0men's Assoc.,
Pres., Religious Council, Treas., May Queen, 1953,
TKE- Queen. 1952, Co-Chr. Fr.-Soph. Prom, May Day
Publicity Chr., Blockhouse, Bel Canto, Univ. Theatre,
Radio Workslmopg Fr. Camp Counselor, Fr. Handbook
Comm., Co-Chr. Comm. Chest Drive.
KASCH. DON D.-B.B.A.
KASER, RICHARD-B. Ed.
KAY, ALBERT-B.B.A., Alpha Epsilon Pi, Treas.
KEHN, JOHN T.-B.S. Ch. E., Chem. Engineering
Society, Pres., Tau Beta Pi, V. Pres.
KEIRNS, MARY M.-B. Ed., W.R.A., Board Member,
Head of Volley Ball, Phys. Ed. Majors Club.
KEMPER, EDWARD A.-B.A., Board of Gov., Phi Al-
pha Theta, Pi Gamma Mu, Who's Who, Spanish
Club, German Club, V. Pres., Young Repub. Club,
Student Bar Assoc., Election Comm., Student Welfare
Comm., Banquet Ticket Comm., Co-Chr. Law Student
News, Blue Key.
KIDNEY, DAVID R.-B.B.A., Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Alpha Kappa Psi.
KLEIN, ALBERTA M.-B.Ed., A.A.H.P.E.R., N.E,A.,
W.R.A., L.S.A., YWCA, Phys. Ed. Major's Club.
KIENE, RICHARD-B.S.E.E.g A.l.E.E. and I.R.E., Treas.g
Varsity T Clubg Trackg W1'estling.
KLELNSTUB, MITCHELL-B.S, Pharmg Transfer from
Wfestern Reserveg Alpha Epsilon Pig Alpha Zeta
Omegag Am. Pharm. Assoc.
KNOPP, CLIFFORD-B.S.M.E.g O.S.P.E., Pres., V. Pres.g
A.S.M.E., V. Pres., Treas.g Footballg Am. Society for
KOI-IL, JEAN-B.Ed.g Kappa Deltag Mu Phi Epsilon,
R. Sec.g Nat'l Collegiate Players, Sec.-Treas.g Fine Arts
Club: Univ. Theatreg Student 'Council and W.S.S.F.
Variety Showsg YWCAg Newman Clubg Univ. Choirg
Rocket Choristersg XVoman's Chorusg Christmas Form-
alg j-Hop Decorations Comm.
KOHN, STANLEY-B.S, Pharmg Am. Pharm. Ass0c.g
Alpha Zeta Omega.
KOTT. JOSEPHINE-B.B.A.g Pi Beta Phi.
Irene Sawacle, Jo Ann Johnstone and Marilyn
KOVACHEFF, JOYCE-B.Ed.g El. Ed. Club! F.T.A.Z
YXVCAQ Canterbury Clubg May Day MuSiC Comm-L
KRAUSS, HARRY-B.S. Pharm.g Kappa Psi.
KRAUSE, MARIAN-B.Ed.1 Delta Delta Delta, Re-
porter. Marshallg W.R.A.g YVUCAQ L.S.A., Sec.g F.T.A.g
Fr. Program Comm.g Soph. Dance Comm.
KREPS. ROBERT R.-B.S.iC.E.g Tau Beta Pig A.S.C.E.g
LAPLANTE, PHILLIP H.-B.S. Ch. E.g Chem. Eng.
Society, V. Pres., Sec.
LAVOY, ESTHER M.-B.Ed.g F.T.A.1 Newman Clubg
El. Ed. Club.
LAUFFER. FRED E.-B.B.A.g Sigma Alpha Epsilong
Alpha Kappa Upsilong Football.
LEISTNER, CARL R.-B.S,g Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Scholarship Cizg Sophomore Men's Rep. to Student
Councilg Junior Class V. Pres.: Beta Beta Betag Alpha
Epsilon Deltag 'German 'Clubg L.S.A.g Polymathic So-
cietyg Young Repub. Clubg Chem. Societyg Co-Chr.
Decorations Comm. junior Class.
LENGA, CHARLES F.-L.L.B., Delta Theta Phi,
Master of the Ritual.
LESTER, JANICE-B. Ed., Alpha Omicron Pi, Pres.,
V. Pres., F.T.A., El. Ed. Club, Young Repub. Club,
L.S.A., YXVCA, W.R.A., J-Hop.
LETTOFSKY, LAXWRENCE-B.S. Pharm., Alpha Zeta
Omega, V. Pres., Society of Icosahedron, Am. Pharm.
Assoc., Treas., Sailing Club.
LINDSEY. SALLY LOU--B.B.A., Delta Delta Delta.
Ass't Rush Chr., V. Pres., Peppers, Chr. Alum. Tea,
YWCA, Historian, Y.R.C., Sec., Director, Poetry
Club, L.S.A., S.A.M., Red Cross, W.R.A., Head of
Tennis, Collegian, Femnasticjs, Blockhouse, Stu. Coun-
cil, Ass't Sec., Fr. Dance Comm., Homecoming Elec-
tions Comm., May Day Prop. Comm., Fr. Handbook
Reporter, Standing Elections Comm., Chr. Special
Spring Elections, Religious Conference Typing Comm.
Chr., Co-Chr. Christmas Formal, .I-Hop Dec. Comm.,
Variety Show Box Office Comm., Christmas Formal
Invitations Chr., W.S.S.F., Honor Roll, Wl1o's Who,
Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts.
LINE, O. DEVERE-B.B.A., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres.,
Compt., jr. Class Pres., Soph. Class Pres., Alpha
Kappa Psi, Bus. Ad. Club, Pres., Young Repub. Club.
LONG, JACQUE E.-B.B.A., Theta Chi, Historian,
Alpha Kappa Psi, Scabbard and Blade, V. Pres.
SENIOR FINANCE COMMITTEE
Colleen Bracken and Salley Ames.
Absent: Joanne Kott, Jane Bainbridge and
LOWE, KENNETH W.-B.A., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Fine
Arts Club, YMCA, Decorations Christmas Formal.
MACK, JULIAN J.-B. Ed., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge
Master, Social Chr., Act. Chr., Rep. at Large, Student
Council, F.T.A., Inst. Aero. Sciences, Delta X, Young
Dem. Club, Pi Rho Sigma.
MAHER, JAMES E.-B. Ed., Phi Delta Theta, Student
Bar Assoc., F.T.A., Basketball.
MANIAK, DON D.-B.S. Pharm.,, Phi Kappa Chi,
Kappa Psi, Pledge Master. Social Chr., Am. Pharm.
MARTELSMAN. JANET M.-B. Ed., Alpha Omicron Pi.
El. Ed. Club, L.S.A., F.T.A.
MARTIN, PHILIP R.--B. Ed., Varsity "T" Club, Dormi-
tory Club, Basketball, Varsity All-America 5, 4, Ten-
MAYERS, HERBERT-13.5. Pharm., Alpha Epsilon Pi.,
Alpha Zeta Omega, Am. Pharm. Assoc.
MCPHAIL, NEIL-B.B.A., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres., V.
Pres., Bus. Ad. Club, Inter-Frat. Council, Ath. Chr.,
jr. Prom Comm,
METTIE, JOANNA-B, Ed., Chi Omegag Newman
Clubg Phys. Ed. Club, Sec., Young Repub. Club.
MIKLOSEK, MARTIN-B.B.A.g Sigma Phi Epsilon:
YMCAg Sailing Club, Bus. Ad. Culb.
MILLER, JAMES R.-B.A.g Sigma Phi Epsilong Alpha
Kappa Psi, Young Repub. Club, Christmas Formal
Comm.g I-Hop Comm., Student Council, Freshman'
Men's Rep., Junior MODIS Rep., Treasurer.
MILLER, JACK A.-B.B.A.g Student Councilg D.N.W.,
Varsity "T" Clubg Varsity Basketballg Baseballg Rally
Comm. Chr., Nat'l Student Assoc.
MILLS, MAGINE P.-B. Ed.g Phi Alpha The-tag Student
Elections Appeal Board.
MILLWARDN, RICHARD-B.A.g Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Student Bar Assoc.
No waiting this time!
MOESH, ELEANORE-B. Ed.g Chi Omega, El. Ed. Club!
Newman Clubg YWCAQ Young Repub. Clubg F.T.A.
MOLNAR, GILBERT-BS. in Pharm.g Tau Kappa
Epsilon, Kappa Psi.
MORRIS, RICHARD-B.B.A.g Sigma Phi EpSil0I'1L
MOTLEY, ETHEI.-B, Ed., El. Ed. Clubg Home Econ.
MOWERY, ROBERT-B.S.g Alpha Sigma Phi, Sec., V.
Pres.. Pres., Alpha Phi Gammag Who's Who 5, 4,
Blockhouse. Ass't Editor. Co-Editor, Panel Editorg
Collegiang Univ. Chem. Society, Young Repub, Club.
MUSIALOWSKI, NORMAN-B.S.M.E.g Tau Kappa Ep-
silon, Treas., V. Pres., Pres.g Am. Soc. of Mech. Engng
Ohio Soc. of Prof. Engr.g Who's Who, 43 Polish Clubg
Newman Clubg Chr. -I-Hop Decorations Comm.: Student
Council, V. Pres., Pres.g Collegian, Circulation Mgr.
NAVARRO, HENRY-B. Ed.
NEUMANN, LEROY-B.S. in Pharm.g Alpha Zeta
Omegag Am. Pharm. Assoc., Veterans Club.
NOLLER. GARY-B.B.A ..... Phi Kappa Chi, Alpha Kappa
Psi, Director of Publicity, Pres., YMCA, Lutheran
Stu. Assoc. .
NOWAK, RICHARD-B.S.M.E., Kappa Sigma Kappa,
Sec., Treas., Pres., Ohio Soc. of Prof. Engr., Treas.,
Am. Soc. of Mech. Engr., Sec., Pres., Delta X, New-
man Club, Polish Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Treas.,
OLIVER, WILLIAM-l3.Ed., Dorm Club, Dorm
"L" Club, D.N.W. Club.
O'NEILL, DAVID-B.S. Ch. E., Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Correspondent. Pledge Trainer, I.F.C. Rep., Univ.
Chem. Engr. Society, 'Ohio Soc. of Prof. Engr., Pres.,
Pi Beta Tau, Pres., Univ. Chem. Society, V. Pres.,
Delta X, YMCA, Religious Council, Fr. Dance Comm.,
Student Council Elections Comm., Chairman of Religi-
OVERMYER, ARTHUR-B. Ed., YMCA, P.T.A.
OWCZARZAK, EUGENE-B.S.M.E., Phi Kappa Psi, V.
Pres., Pres., Soph. Class Pres., Blue Key.
POITINGER, .RONALD-B.B.A., Sigma Phi Epsilon:
Alpha Kappa Psi, Chaplain, Am. Marketing Assoc.
PRICE, -IUDITH-B.Ed., Chi Omega, Sec.. Songfest
Director, Mu Phi Epsilon, Pres., Kappa Delta Pi.,
Chimes Club, V. Pres., Pres., Peppers 3, 4, Young
Repub. Club, Dramatics Assoc., Polymathic Society,
Fine Arts, V. Pres., F.T.A., Rocket and Symphonic
Band, Majorette, A Cappella Choir, Wesleyan Club,
YWCA, Chr., W.S.S.F. Variety Show, Homecoming
Queen Comm., Chr., May Day Musi-c Comm., Col-
legian, Blockhouse, Ass't Copy Editor, Copy Editor.
PRUETER, ESTHZER-jr. College, YWCA, Soc. for Adv.
of Management, Homecoming Rally Comm.
RAMSEY, RUTH-B. Ed., Chi Omega, V. Pres., Pep-
pers 3, 4, Pres., Fine Arts, Kappa Delta Pi, Nat. 'Col-
legiate Players, Univ. Theatre, Box Office Mgr., Execu-
tive Board, W.S.S.F. Variety Show, Director, Script,
Student Council Variety Show, Radio Workshop, El.
Ed. Club, YVVCA, Blockhouse.
RATTA, FRANK-B.S. in Pharm., Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Am. Pharm, Assoc., Kappa Psi. Pres.
RAY, NANCY-B.Ed., Pi Beta Phi, Phys. Ed. Majors
Club, W.R.A., Pres.,, Ellen Richards Club, F.T.A.,
YWCA, Wesleyan Club, Chr. Fr. Dance.
REIN, DONALD-B.B.A., Phi Kappa Chi, Scabbarcl
and Blade, R.O.T.C. Club, Tennis.
RERUCHA, MARILYN-B.B.A., Alpha Omicron Pi,
RERUCHA, MARY ANN-B.S.g Chi Omegag Sigma
Alpha Omega, Treas.g Ellen Richards Club. Sec., Pres.g
YWCA: W.R.A.g Newman Clubg Young Repub. Club.
RICHARDSON, NANCY-B.Ed.g Pi Beta Phi, SeC.l
Student Council, Se-c.g YWCAQ Young Repub. Clubg
El. Ed. Clubg F.T,A.g Wesleyan 'Clubg W.R.A.g May
Day Comm.g Homecoming Dance Comm.gFr. Dance
Comm.: Chr.. W.S.S.F. Variety Showg Collegian,
Feature Editorg Chr., Campus Confer. on Religion.
RITZMAN, WALTER-B.S. in Pharm.g Phi Kappa Psi.
Treas.p Am, Pharm. Assoc.
ROBINSON, GERALD-B.A.g Kappa Alpha Order.
ROGERS. NANCY-B.Ed.g Chi Omega. Sec.g Soph.
Class Treas.g Kappa Delta Pig Sigma Alpha Omega.
Pres.g Peppersg Ellen Richards Clubg W.R.A.g YWCAQ
Wesleyan Club: Red Cross. Treas.g Young Repub.
Clubg Chr., J-Hop Invitations Comm.g W.S.S.F. Class-
room Collection Comm.g Fr. Dance Comm.3 -Christmas
Dance Comm.g Fr. Elections Comm.g Fr. I-Iandbookg
Homecoming Dance Comm.: Collegiang Blockhouseg
May Day Comm.
ROGGE. JAMES-B.A.g Theta Chi. Sec., Pres.g Newman
Clubg I.F.C.g Pres. Club: Chr.. I-Iomecomingg Bacca-
laureate Comm.g Christmas Dance Decorations Comm.
SENIOR PHARMACY STUDENTS
Don Maniak, Russ Greismer, Del Doederlein
and Don Suntala.
ROSINSKI. STEPHEN-B.B.A.g Founder, Pi Rho Sigmag
Tau Kappa Epsilong Alpha Kappa Psig YMCAQ Delta
Xg Fr. Basketball.
ROTONDO, CATHERINE-B. Ecl,g Ellen Richards Club.
Pres.g YWCAg Newman Club.
ROUPPAS, W'ILLIAM-B.A.g Alpha Sigma Phi: Univer-
sity Theatreg YWCAQ Spanish Clubg Religious Council.
ROUSOS. TEMOLEON GEORGE-B. Ed.g Kappa Kappa
Psig Delta X5 Polymathic Society: Icosohedron Clubg
F.T.A.g Rocket Bandg Scabbard and Bladeg Alpha Sig-
RUDE, KATHLEEN-B.A.g Zeta Tau Alpha. Sec.:
YWCAQ Lutheran Stu. Assoc.g Young Re-pub. Clubg
Soph. Dance Comm.g Fr. Dance Comm.g Univ. Theatre.
RUSCH, C. KENNETH- B.B.A.g Alpha Sigma Phig
Lutheran Stu. Assoc.g Mil. Sci. Clubg joint Stu. Branch
of A.l.E.E. and I.R.E.
SADD, ADEB-B.B.A.g Alpha Sigma Phi, Treas., Pres.g
V. Pres. Senior Classg Alpha Kappa Psig Soc. for Adv.
of Managementg Blue Key 3, 4g Who's Who 3. 4g Stu.
Union Board of Control. Pres.g Student Hanclbookg
Blockhouseg Chr.. 'Christmas Danceg Elections Comm.g
W.S.S.F.g Young Repub. Club. Pres.g Mil. Sci. Clubg
Bus. Ad. Clubg I.F.C.
SAMBERG, WILLIAM-B.B.A.1 Phi Kappa Psig Am.
SANDERSON, LILLIAN-B.Ed.g Peppers 5. 4g Nat.
Collegiate Players, V. Pres.g Radio Workshopg Poetry
Clubg Student Council Variety Showg Religious Con-
ference: Univ. Theatre, Pres.
SANSBURY, HONWARD--B. Ed.g F.T.A.g Pershing Riflesg
Mil. Sci. Clubg Religious Councilg Lutheran Stu. Assoc.
SARTOR, FRANK-B,S.g Kappa Sigma Kappa. Sec.:
Chem. Engr. Society, Treas.g Scabbard and Bladeg New-
man Club, Treas.g Univ. Chem. Societyg Soc, Am.
SAWADE, IRENE-B. Ed.g Alpha Chi Omega, Wardeng
El. Ed. Clubg F.T.A.g Lutheran Stu. Assoc.g Treas.1
YWCAg Sailing Clubg Fr. Dance.
SUNTALA, DONALD-B.S. in Pharm.g Kappa Psig
Dorm Club: MacKinnon Hall Club, Ti'eas.g
D-N-W. Clubg Am. Pharm. Assoc.
SAXER. JOANNE-B. Ed.g Pi Beta Phig YWCAQ New-
man Clubg El. Ed. Clubg W.S.S.F.
SCHAEFER, EDWARD-B.B.A,g Newman Club.
SENIOR COMMENCEMENT COMMITTEE
Bob Drake. Donna Thompson, Salley Lindsay
and Ed Sadd.
SCHMIDT, RON-B,B.A.g Theta Chi. Historian. Serg.
at Armsg YMCA: Young Repub. Club.
SCHWARTZ, ALLAN-B.A.g German Clubg Varsity
Footballg D-N-W Club.
SEAWATER, CHARLES-B.S.E.E.g Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Sec.. Guardg I.R.E. and A.l.E.E.g Lutheran Stu. Assoc.
SEIGER, DANIEL-B.S. in Pharm.g Alpha Zeta Omega,
Pledge Master, Pres.g Am. Pharm. Assoc.. V. Pi'es.1
Sailing Clubg Wrestlingg D-N-W Club.
SELMEK. THOMAS S.-B,S.E.E.g Alpha Gamma Upsilon.
V. Pres.g A.l.E.E., Sec.g I.R.E.g O.S.P.E.
SHAMBAUGH. RICHARD-B.B.A.1 Delta Tau Deltag
STANTEAU. MARGARET-B. Ed.g Ellen Richards Clulwg
F.T.A.3 Sigma Alpha Omega. SeC.g Newman Cluhg
Young Repub. Clubg YWCA: l.R.C.g Allegro Clubg
Poetry Clubg W,R.A.g United Nations Clubg Campus
Confer. on Religion Comm,g W,S.S.F.1 High School
Day Comm.g May A. Blanchard Scholarship Comm.g
Bel Cantog A Cappello Choir, Librariang Blockhouseg
Collegiang Polymathic Society.
SHECKLER. LYLE-B.S.E.E.g Alpha Sigma Phig lR.E.
and A.I.E.E.g Lutheran Stu. Assoc.g Mil. Sci. Club.
SHERMAN. BETTY-B.Ed.1 Mu Phi Epsilon. Music
SHIBLEY, JOSEPH-B.B.A.g Alpha Sigma Phi, Board
of Trusteesg Pres. of Freshman Classg Student Coun-
cilg Alpha Kappa Psig Blue Key, Pres.g Who's Who,
YMCA: Homecoming Danceg Elections Comm.g Bul-
letin Board Comm.g Motion Picture Club, Pres.g Univ.
Theatre. Business Manager.
SHIZURU, GORO-B.S. in Pharm.g Kappa Psig D-N-W
Clubg Am. Pharm. Assoc.
SIMON, JANET-B. Ea,
SIROIS. RAYMOND-B.S.g Kappa Phi Sigma, Sec.g
D-N-W Clubg Varsity "T" Clubg Newman Clubg Con-
nelly Hall Clubg Freshman and Varsity Basketballg
Proctor of Dowd Hall.
SLOAN, DOUGLASS-B.S. in Pharm.g Tau Kappa Ep-
silong Kappa Psi, Treas.g Am. Pharm. Assoc.g Pershing
Riilesg R.O.T.C. Club.
SHAW, PAUL-B.S.E.E.g Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Pres.g
I.R.E. and A.I.E.E.g Ohio Soc. of Prof. Engng Amateur
Radio Clubg Young Dem. Clubg Delta X.
SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
SMICH, EDMUND-B.S. in Pharm.g Kappa Psig Beta
Beta Betag Am. Pharm. Assoc., Treas.g Dorm
Clubg D-N-W Club.
SMIRIN, BEATRI-CE-B.Ed.g I.Z.F.A., Pres.g Campus
Conference on Religion Comm.
SMITH, JANET R.-B. Ed.g Pi Beta Phi, 'Censorg Kappa
Delta Pi, Historiang Phi Kappa Phig Lutheran Stu.
Assoc.g Phys. Ed. Majors Club. Sec., V. Pres.g F.T.A.1
W.R.A., Swimming Chairman.
SMITH, RICHARD W.-B.S.C.E.g Am. Soc. of Civil
Engng Lutheran Stu. Ass0C.
SPRING, LUDWIG-B.SE.E.g Phi Kappa Chig Ohio Soc.
uf Prof. Engng A.I.E.E.
SPROSS, CHARLES-B.B.A.g Sigma Phi Epsilong Golf.
STEINEM, DAVID-B.S.g Tau Kappa Epsilon, Serg. at
Arms: Phi Kappa Phig Pi Mu Epsilong Pershing
Riflesg I.R.C.g United Nations Club: United Wlorld
Federalistsg Liberal Club, Founder and Pres.g Delta X,
STINEHELFER, JANE-B. Ed.g Delta Delta Delta, Spon-
sor Chr., Rush Chr.g Beta Beta Betag YWCAQ Ellen H.
Richards Clubg Canterbury Clubg W.R.A.
STOCKARD, ANDREW-B.B.A.: Student Souncil: Am.
Marketing Assoc.: Bus. Ad. Club: Student Union Board
of Control: Young Dem. Club: 'Il-lop Comm.: Camp-
us Conference ori Religion Comm.
STONE, BARBARA-B.S. in Nursing.
STOTNIS, EDWARD-B.S. in Pharm.: Kappa Psi, Re-
gent: Am. Pharm. Assoc.. Serg. at Arms: Sailing Club:
STREIB, BARBARA-B.S. in Med. Tech.: Chi Omega:
Sigma Mu Tau: Beta Beta Beta: Sailing Club: Red
Cross: YWCA: W.R.A.
SWARTZ, EARL-B.S.E.E.: A.I.E.E. and l.R.E.
TAYLOR, ELAINE--B. Ed.: Alpha Chi Omega, Histori-
an, Chaplain: F.T.A.: Fine Arts. Sec.: Lutheran Stu.
Assoc., Pres.: Poetry Club. Sec.: Young Repub. Club:
Univ. Theatre: Fr. Dance Comm.: May Day Comm.:
Red Cross: Variety Show.
TEAGUE, ROBERT-B.S.: Univ. Chem. Society: Alpha
Epsilon Delta: Beta Beta Beta: Young Repub. Club:
YMCA: Lutheran Stu. Assoc.: Spanish Club.
TEITLEBAUIVI. ELLlATTgB.A.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Blue
Key. Sec.: Alpha Phi Gamma. Pres.: Collegian, Assof.
Editor, Acting Co-E-ditor-in-Chief, Managing Editor,
Editor-in-Chief: Board of Publications. Sec.
THOMPSON, DONNA-B.B.A.1 Pi Beta Phi, SeC.1
YWCA: Wesleyan Club, Pres.. Chaplain: Collegian:
Chr.. Campus Conference on Religion Comm.: Young
Repub. Club: A Cappella Choir: W.R.A.: Fr. Dance
Comm.: 1952-55 Homecoming Queen Attendant.
THOMPSON. MARTTIE-B.S.: Univ. Chem. Society:
Canterbury Club: YWCA.
TODAK, JAMES-B.B.A.: Phi Kappa Chi: Alpha Kappa
Psi: YMCA: Newman Club.
TORIO, D. RICHARD-B.B.A.: Alpha Phi Gamma, V.
Pres.: Bloclchouse, Bus. Mgr.: Collegian. Bus. Mgr:
Young Dem. Club: YMCA: D-N-W Club: Univ. Thea-
tre: Varsity "T" Club. Fr. Football, Captain: Wrest-
ling: Elections Comm.: Mil. Sci. Club: NVho's Who.
VAN NEST. KATHLEEN-B, Eel.: Pi Beta Phi: Phys.
Ed. Majors Club: W.R.A., Riding Chairman.
WALTERS. WILLIAM-B.S.: Phi Kappa Chi: Beta Beta
Beta: Alpha Epsilon Delta.
WARMBIER, MICHAEL-B.B.A.: Scabbartl and Blade:
SAM' AMA ' Young Rc uh. Club: Mil. Sci. Club,
.. ., . . ., ' -p
Sr. Class Rep.
WARNER, PHYLLIS-B.-Etl.: Kappa Delta, Sec.:
F.T.A.: Kappa Delta Pi. Sec.: El. Ed. Club: YWCA.
WHITE, BARBARA-B.S.: Delta Delta Delta: Sigma
Mu Tau: Lutheran Stu. Assoc.: Spanish Club: W.R.A.1
YWCA: Univ. Chem. Society.
WHITE. GEORGE-B.S. in Pharrn.g Phi Kappa Chig
I.F.C.g Bandg Am. Pharm. Assoc.
XVISNIEVJSKI, DUANE-B.S..g Phi Kappa Psi, Pledge
Trainer. Pres.g l.F.C.g Newman Clubg I-Hop Comm.
VVYRAZ, CHESTER-B.S.C.E.1 Am. Soc. of Civil Engr..
Treas.g Ohio Soc. of Prof. Engng Polish Club, Serg.
Y EAGER. DOUGLAS-B.B.A.
YOUNGS. -IUDITH-B.A.g Alpha Omicron Pi, R. Sec.g
YWCA: Young Repub. Clubg Campus Colleiang
Variety Showg Theatre Box Office.
YOUNG. NANCY-B. Ed.
YOUNG. RICHARD O.-B.Ed.g Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Hypophetesg F.T.A., Treas.g Kappa Delta Pi, V. Pres.g
Phi Alpha Thetag Pi Gamma Mug YMCAg Collegian.
Inquiring Reporterg Blockhouse, Fraternity Editor.
Editor-in-Chiefg W.S.S.F.. Awards Chr.. Campaign
Chrg Freshman Handbook: Whos Wlio 4.
YOUNKMAN, ARNOLD-B.B.A.g Phi Kappa Psig New-
man Club. V. Pres., Pres.g Am. Marketing Assoc.g Bus.
Ad. Club: United Nations Clubg Soph. Dance Comm.
ZUCKER, ELAINE-B.Ed.g Phys. Ed. Majors Clubg
W.R.A,g F.T.A. .
ZEDRO. JACK-B.S.M.E.g Sigma Phi Epsilong Am. Soc.
of Mech. Engr., V. Pres.g Sigma Rho Tau
KRITZER, ,IAMES L.-B.B.A.g Transfer From Miami
Univ.g Sigma Phi Epsilong Sailing Clubg Newman
The junior class of 1955-1054 Cam be VC1'Y 1H1'OL1'-l
of their achievements this past year. ln tl1C llflflllill
spring elections, the following officers were elected:
Larry Zaft, prsidcntg P.u1l Wfinslow- vice-presidentg Ann
Hagerty, secretary, and Barbara Mulligan, treasurer.
Barbara was also chosen to reign as queen over fll-1'
homecoming celebrations by the entire male student
body. Another -lunior, Darlene Lambert, was elected
as Pershing Rifle Honorary Captain for 1955.
XVho's Wfho in American Universities and Colleges
has in its enrollment the following members of our
class, of whom we are very proud: jane Fenn, Alice
Fosnight. Carol l-luffer, Dave Keller, Ramona Leininger,
Donna Bonn Reiter, and jane Smilax, while Blue Key
tapped two of our bright juniors, Dominic Bruno and
These are some of the highlights, along with the
.innual gl-I-lop held in the l:1te spring, which we feel
gives the junior class of '55-'5-4 it place in the sun at
Barbara Mullignn Ann Huulfb
The major social function which was given by the
Sophomore class during the past year was the Sophomore
dance. The dance is an annual affair which was held at
the Naval Armory, Saturday, February 27, from 9:00 to
l :0O. jerry DePrisco's Band played for the dance which
was Called "Two in Rhythmf 'lo Ann McKinney and
Charles Kirschner were co-chairmen of the dance assisted
hy Shirley Boehringer, Dick Lininger, Ann Lindsay, Ron
Turner, Betty Henderson, jerry Davis, Polly Collins,
Russ Saclqman. Nan Wiilker, and Don Rettig who were
co-chairmen of the various committees.
As Ll result of the various campus activities, every-
one will agree that there are many future leaders as
well as numerous prosprctiye members of Blue Key
The Freshmen's first big event of the year was the
election of class officers, which took place soon after the
fall term opened. After two weeks of campaigning,
primaries and elections, the victors were: james Brun-
skill, presidentg Dick Ott, vice-presidentg Sue Kahel,
secretaryg Marcia Widmer, treasurerg Mary Collum,
women's representative to councilg and Dave Willeyf,
men's representative to council.
The Freshmen made plans to have the Rocket
Room of the Student Union redccorated with the crests
of all the organizations, The Freshman class also spon-
sored a dance late in the spring for the whole campus,
which showed that a lot could be expected in the years
to follow from this year's Freshman class.
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Dr. Asa S. Knowles, ninth president ot the University of Toledo, is
beginning his fourth year in office. Since early 1951 there have been many
changes on the campus, most noticeable of which is the completion of
seven new buildings.
The President, a native of Maine, was educated at Bowdoin, Harvard
Business School. and Boston University. l-le is well known as an author
in the management field and served as president of the Associated Colleges
of Upper New York and vice-president of Cornell before coming to Toledo.
Looking ahead, President Knowles sees for the University stronger
academic programs, increased research and .1 growing student body. The
latter will make flC".'CSSLlI'y a new Student Union, already being promoted
by our students, engineering-science building and a training school for
the College of Education.
The President is active in civic affairs in Toledo and always has a heavy
schedule of meetings and speaking engagements. On the campus he holds
membership in Alpha Kappa Psi. Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi and Blue Key.
He also is a member of two professional societies which have student
chapters on the University campus: the Society ol' Mechanical Engineers and
the Society for the Advancement of Management.
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President ......... ..Walter A. Eversman
Vice-President ....w. Charles W. Dowd
Secretary ........., ..,,.,,., M ary S. Curtas
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Eversman Dowd Canaday
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The task of formulating general policies of the University rests with
the Board of Directors. Appointed by the Mayor of the City for six-year
terms, the nine members give a great amount of time and thought to Uni!
versity problems with no compensation other than the appreciation of their
fellow citizens and the satisfaction ot having a part in guiding the growth
of the institution.
Until a year ago Board members were required to be residents of
Toledo, but a new law passed by the Ohio Legislature has increased the
area to Lucas County.
Walter A. Eversman is president of the Board and Charles W. Dowd is
vice-president. Finance Committee members are Nolan Boggs, chairman.
Ward M. Canaday, Waldo H. Shank, and jules D. Lippmann. Mr. Dowd
is chairman of the Academic Affairs Committeeg members are Dr. Charles
R. King, G. Kenneth Keller and Mrs. Arthur L. Zepf.
Mary Susan Curtas, secretary to President Knowles, is secretary to the
Board of Directors.
The group's regular meeting date is the last Thursday of each month.
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LORING M. THOMPSON
Assistant to the President
Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering
JESSE R. LONG
Assistant to the President
Director of Public Relations
Professor of Journalism
JAMES D. BAIN
Comptroller and Treasurer
M. KATHRYN SCHNVAB
Dean of Wfomen
Associate Professor of Personnel
GLENN E. MOWERS
Director of Student Activities
Director of Orientation
Assistant Professor of Psychology
DONALD S. PARKS
Director and Dean of Students
Director of Personnel Administration
Professor of Personnel Administration
ARNOLD li. HANSON
Director of Evening Sessions
PAUL VU. STANSBURY
Director of Graduate Studies
Professor of Psychology
Director of Summer Sessions
Associate Professor of Transportation
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ALIN A F. MARKOXV SKI
RICHARD R. PERRY
Director of Admissions
Assistant Professor of Education
BRFNTON XV. STEVENSON
Associate Professor of English
ARCHIE N. SO LBERG
Director of the Research Foundation
Director, Office of Special Services
Director of Nursing Education
Professor of Biology
MARY M. GILLHAM
Professor of Library Science
XVAYLAND C. BYERS
Superintendent of Building and Grounds
EDXWARD W. JACKSON
Director of Alumni Relations
EUGENE WI SCHOCH
Registrafs Office Mrs. Forbes
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Robert L. Shyrock
Margnrt-t fpcgj Oberle
Assistnnl Director of Public Relations
Graco L. Gabler
Instructor in Home Economics
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JOHN B. BRANDEBERRY
Dean of the College of Engineering
Professor of Mathematics and Engineering Mechanics
IVAN F. ZAROBSKY
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
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COLLEGE OE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The College of Business Administration under the capable
supervision of Dr. Searles offers training intended to prepare
students to go out into the business world with a broad liberal
background. It prepares students for responsible executive,
supervisory, and technical positions in the varied fields of
modern business, and also in such other activities as public
enterprises, non-business organizations, and government agen-
cies where the fundamentals of organization, policy forma-
tion, supervision, finance, accounting, office management, and
selling to the public are essential.
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
The College of Arts and Sciences has the largest enroll-
ment of any College at the University. The College, headed
by Dr. Townsend aims to provide students with a background
of knowledge and interest in the chief fields of human thought
and achievement. so as to make for more perfect living.
ln addition to the general work of the college, facilities
for pre-dental, pre-medical, and pre-law work are provided.
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
The College of Education, established in 1916, is headed
by Dean David Henry. The College was organized to raise
ie ro sina .na i :ci igi e
tl fes o l sta d rds n te1'h n b select n I th use b st
fitted for the profession, by giving adequate training to those
preparing for a teaching career and by offering opportunity
for improvement to those already in service.
The College of Education offers courses in cooperation
with the Toledo Museum of Art. lt also provides an excellent
physical education department. In addition, it also maintains
a teacher placement service.
COLLEGE OF LAXV
The College of Law is one of the four law schools in Ohio
which are members of the Association of American Law
Schools. It has received approval of the American Bar Asso-
ciation and has been a charter member of the League of
Ohio Law Schools since 1954 when the League was founded.
The college is headed by Dr. Charles W. Fornoff.
The aim of the College is to provide the opportunity of
securing the learning and discipline of law study through the
methods and at the high level at which the standards of the
American Bar Association and the Association of American
Law Schools aim. The program suitably meets the needs of
those who would lit themselves for the various fields of pro-
fessional practice and of those who wish to better prepare
themselves for higher opportunities in business or government.
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
The courses in engineering were among the first founded
at the University of Toledo.
The college under the direction of W, Sherman Smith,
offers to its students a single curriculum in General Engineer-
ing and attempts to maintain a proper balance between cul-
tural subjects, the physical sciences, and professional courses.
Only a limited amount of specialization is permitted. A
little over two-thirds of the work of the curriculum offered
is required. The remainder, is subject to student selection,
permitting specialization in the various fields of Engineering.
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
The College of Pharmacy, headed by Dr. Charles W.
Larwood is located in University Hall and includes four well
equipped laboratories for the study of Pharmacy. In addition,
there are offices, a research laboratory, and a dispensary
The college holds membership in the American Asso-
ciation of Colleges of Pharmacyg is recognized as an institu-
ticn in good standing by the State Board of Pharmacy of Ohiog
and is accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical
BALCH, CLYDE W.-M.S.,
Lecturer in Engineering Mechanics.
BARBOUR, CHARLES STARR-MS.,
Assistant Professor of Management.
Associate Professor of Englishg
Director of University Theatre.
BERNHOLDT, FLORENCE ANN-M.A..
Associate Professor of Physical
BILLUPS, MXSGT. HENRY JAMES-
Assistant Instructor, Rotc.
BISSELL, SARAH S.-M.A.,
Assistant Professor of English.
BLACK, ARTHUR HERMAN-M.S.,
Assistant Professor of Chemistry.
BOWMAN, HOWARD H. M.--Ph.D.,
Professor of Biologyg
Director of Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental
BRINLEY, FLOYD JOHN-Ph,D.,
Professor of Biology.
ACKERMAN, CORNELIUS C.-M.B.A.,
Asseciute Professor of Civil
ADAMCZYK, jANINA M.-Ph.D.,
Professor of Sociology.
ALVEY, LT. COL. THOMAS WM.-B.S
Professor of Military Science and
AMOS, CARROLL E.-Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Mathematics.
ANDERSON, ESTHER E.-M.A.,
Assistant Professor of Secretarial
Associate Professor of Pharmacy.
BUSH, GERARD LEON--B.S..
Instructor in Physical Education.
CALHOON, CHARLES D.-M.A.,
Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
CANFIELD, MARY BROWER-M.A.,
Associate Professor of Secretarial
CARSTENSEN, HANS PETER-M.B.A.,
Assistant Professor of Statistics.
CARVER, VELDA BAMESBERGER-
Professor of Elementary Education.
CONNELLY. DAVID V.-M.S.,
Associate Professor of Physical Edu-
CRAMER, HELEN K.-B.A.,
Lecturer in English.
CUNNINGHAM, MXSGT. TED
CUSHING, CAPT. ANTHONY, M.A.,
Assistant Professor of Military Science
BROOKS, HELEN L.-Ph.B.,
Lecturer in Mathematics.
Lecturer in Spanish.
BRUNDAGE, DONALD KEITH-Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Chemistry.
BRUNNER, JAMES ALBERTUS-M.B.A
Assistant Professor of Marketing.
BURG, WALTER VICTOR-Dipl. Ing.,
Professor of Chemical Engineering.
BURNS, ROBERT JOHN-M.A.,
Assistant Professor of Psychology.
DEALEY, JAMES QUAYLE-Ph.D.,
Professor of Political Science.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
DOWNES, RANDOLPH CHANDLER-
Professor of History.
DUNATHAN, HOMER R.-Ed.D.,
Professor of Secondary Education.
DUNN, CLAIRE C.-M.Ed.,
Instructor of Physical Education.
EBELING, GEORGE WILLIAM-Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Secondary Edu-
EMCH, DONOVAN FRANK-M.A..
Associate Professor of Political Science.
EMCH, LUCILLE B.-M.A.,
Associate Professor of Library Science.
FAIRLAMB, CAPT. JOHN C.-B.S.,
Assistant Professor of Military Science
CUTLER, GRACE MARGENE-M.A.,
Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
DAEDELOW, MXSGT. JAMES C,,
DAHIN, MAJ. JOHN B.-BS.,
Assistant Professor of Military Science
Professor of Mathematics
DAVEY, JOHN TODD-M.S.E.,
Associate Professor of Mechanical
DAVIS, VIOLET BLANCHE-M.A.,
Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
FOSTER, EDWARD STANIFORD, JR.-
Associate Professor of Engineering
FRANCIS, ARTHUR G.-MA..
Director of Athletics.
FRISINGER, HUBERT HOWARD-
Associate Professor of Finance.
GIBSON, RANKIN MacDOUGAL, LL.M.
Associate Professor of Law.
GORDON, HORACE GLEN-M.D.,
GRAY, ERNEST WESTON-Ph.D.,
Professor of English.
GRAY, MARION ELISE-M.A.,
Associate Professor of Home Economics.
GUNKLEMAN, JOAN J.-B.S., L.S..
junior Circulation Librarian.
Associate Professor of Physical
FEIER, ANDREW A.-Ph.D.,
Professor of Aeronautical Engineering
FELKER, CHARLES A.-B.S.,
Associate Professor of Vocational Ed-
EENNEBERG, DORIS R.-LL.B.,
Associate Professor of Law,
Assistant Professor of Spanish.
FORNOFF, CHARLES WRIGHT-Ph.D.
Professor of Law,
Dean of the College of Law.
FOSTER, ALFRED FIELD-Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Chemistry.
HICKERSON, FRANK R.-Ed.D.,
Professor of Educationg
Director of the Teacher Placement
HOGSTAD, ANTON, JR.-M.S.,
Associate Professor of Pharmacy,
HOLT, HELEN J.-Ecl.D.,
Professor of Elementary Education.
HOLTON, MARY L.-M.A.,
Lecturer in French.
HOPKINS, GERTRUDE ANNA-B.Ed.,
HOVEY, NELSON W.-Ph.D.,
Professor of Chemistry.
HUBBARD, MARY BACKER-B.L.S.,
junior Circulation Librarian.
HUTTER, HARRY KENNEDY-M.A.,
Assistant Professor of Geography and
JACKSON, EDWARD WILLIAM-Ph.B.,
Director of Alumni Relationsg
HARTSFIELD, Mary W.-B.A., L.S.,
Chief Catalog Librarian.
HEATH, GEORGE LINCOLN-M.S.E.,
Assistant Professor of Mechanical
HELLSTERN, INA JEANNETTE-A.B.,
Chief Circulation Librarian.
HENRY, DAVID W.-M.A.,
Professor of Eclucationg
Dean of the College of Education.
HENSEL, PHILIP HOWARD-M.B.A.,
Professor of Managementg
Assistant Dean of the College of Busi
HEUER, WILLIAM EMIL.
Associate Professor of Metal Processing
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Professor of Silicate Chemistry.
LANCASTER. RALPH EDWARD-M.S.,
Associate Professor of Accounting.
LAPP, ARNOLD WILLIAM-M.B.A..
Professor of Accounting.
LAPP. LLOYD B.-M.A..
Assistant Professor of History.
LARXVOOD, CHARLES H.-Ph.D..
Professor of Pharmacyg
Dean of the College of Pharmacy.
LEVY, RAYMOND L.-MS.,
Instructor in English.
LONG, JESSE R.-Ed.D.,
Professor of Journalismg
Administrative Assistant to the Presi-
Director of Public Relations.
LORENZ, ALICE B.-MA.,
Lecturer in Sociology.
Associate Professor of Elementary
JANNEY, ALMEDA MAY,
Associate Professor Emeritus.
JOHNSON, ARVID TEGNER-M.A.,
Associate Professor of Historyg
Assistant Dean of the College of Arts
JONES, O. GARFIELD-Ph.D.,
Professor of Political Science.
KINGMAN, DANIEL CHRISTIE-M.A.,
Instructor in Music.
KIRSCHNER, CHARLES J.-M.B.A.,
Associate Professor of Transportation.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry.
MOWERS, GLENN E.-MA.,
Assistant Professor of Psychologyg
Director of Student Activitiesg
Director of Orientation.
MUELLER, LAMORA R.-MA.,
Associate Professor Physical Education
NETTER, MILTON A., JR.-M.S.E., LL.B.
Associate Professor of Industrial
O'REILLY, EDWARD A.-B.S.,
Lecturer in journalism and Mathematics
Instructor in English.
PANKRATZ, GEORGE E.-M.S.E.,
Associate Professor of Engineering.
PARKS, DONALD STEVENS-M.B.A.,
Professor of Personnel Administration
Director and Dean of Studentsg
Director of Personnel Administration.
PERRY, RICHARD RUSSELL-M.A..
Assistant Professor of Educationg
Director of Admissions.
PHILLIPS, MXSGT. PAUL EDWARD,
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MARLEY, HELEN L.-Ph.D.,
Professor of Home Economics.
MARX, MILTON DAVID-Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of English.
MCHENRY, WINSTON EARL-M.B.A
Assistant Professor of Marketing.
MERRITT, BERNICE GERWIN-B.A.,
junior Circulation Librarian.
Professor of Natural Science.
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SCHOLTEN, MARTIN EDWIN-M.A.,
Assistant Professor of English.
SCHUTTE, tMrs.J BERYL JEAN-M.S..
Instructor in Home Economics.
SCHWAB, M. KATHRYN-M.A.,
Associate Professor of Personnelg
Dean of Wtxmen,
Associate Professor of English
SEARLES. CLAIR K.-Ph.D.,
Professor of Economics and Commerceg
Dean of the College of Business Adm.
SEIM, CHARLES, IR.-M.A. in Library
Assistant Reference Librarian.
SI-IAFFER, HAROLD CHARLES-M.S.,
Instructor in Biology.
SHOEMAKER, RICHARD WARREN-
M.A. and M.S.,
Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
SIEMENS, GEORGE JOHN-Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Biology.
Lecturer in Hygiene
RADABAUGI-I, CMrs.Q FLORENCE
Assistant Professor of Sociology.
ROBBINS, SIDNEY MARTIN-Ph.D.,
Professor of Finance.
ROCHTE, MEWTON CHARLES-Ph.D.,
Assistant Director of Evening Sessions
RUSOFF, LESTER RICH-LL.M.,
Associate Professor of Law.
Assistant Professor of German.
SOUTHWORTI-I, JAMES GRANVILLE-
Professor of English.
STAFFORD, ISABEL REDMOND-M.A.,
Assistant Professor of English.
STAHL, KENNETH H.-Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical
STAHL, MURRAY W.-M.A.,
Instructor of Speech,
Director of Radio and TV
STANBURY. PAUL WILLIAM-Ph.D.,
Professor of Psychologyg
Director of Graduate Study.
STEPHENS, ADA DAWSON-Ed.D.,
Associate Professor of Elementary
STEVENSON, BRENTON WALLACE-
Associate Professor of Englishg
STOLZENBACH, CMrs.J NORMA F.-
Assistant Professor of English,
Director of Radio Workshop.
SUNDERMAN, LLOYD FREDERICK- --
Professor of Music.
Professor of History
SMITH, HAROLD EUGENE-M. Mus.,
Assistant Pofessor of Music,
SMITH, JOHN THOMAS-M.A.,
Associate Professor of Physical Educa-
SMITH, WILLARD A.-Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of History.
SMITH, W. SHERMAN-C.E.,
Associate Professor of Civil Engi-
SOLBERG, ARCHIE N.-Ph.D.,
Professor of Biology, Director, Office of
Special Services, Nursing Education,
Executive Director of the Research
Foundation, Acting Director.
WALTERS, MAJ. EDWARD EUGENE-
Assistant Professor of Military Science
WARD, JESSE LYNN-Ph.D..
Professor of Education.
WEAVER, ERNEST WITWER, JR.-
Assistant Professor of Mechanical
Director of the Junior College.
WEAVER, NAOMI E.-RN.,
WEEBER, ROBERT EARL-M.S.E.,
Associate Professor of Electrical Engi-
Coordinator for Communications and
XVEECH, JACK WESLEY-M.S.,
Instructor in Marketing.
WEIGI-ITMAN, fMrs.J MARION A.-
Associate Professor Emeritus of
WICKES, EDWARD BAILEY-ME.,
Assistant Professor of Elementary
Professor of Philosophy.
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Assistant Professor of Commerce.
THOMPSON, GERALD EVERETT-
Assistant Professor of Economics.
THOMPSON, LORING M.-M.A.,
Associate Professor of Industrial
Assistant to the President.
TOWE, HAROLD T.-Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Political Science
TOWNSEND, ANDREW J.-Ph.D.,
Professor of Historyg
Dean of the College of Arts and
TURIN, JOHN J.-Ph.D.,
Professor of Physics and Electrical
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ZAUGG, MARGARET D.-M.A..
Assistant Professor of Secretarial
WINSLOW, JUNE BALDWIN-M.A., ZIMMERMAN, HARRY W.-Dr. of
Associate Professor of Mathematics. Political Economy,
Assistant Professor of Economics.
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Although the University of Toledo Department of Athletics
underwent a change of directors in the middle of the year, the
department served the school wholeheartedly and efficiently.
Barney Francis. v. ho served as Athletic Director since 1948, was
replaced by Frosty England. The students have a great deal of
confidence that Mr. England will bring his outstanding record
of teams in each sport to Toledo.
Pictured below are familiar faces to all who frequent the
field house. They are Haru Kimura, Secretaryg Mrs. Helen
O'Reilly, Clerkg and C. H. Writts, Ticket Manager.
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, The University of Toledo Varsity Football Squad, coached by the amiable
V Clair Dunn, saw a year of hard work for both Coach Dunn and the team. The
Rockets met the tough 1953 schedule sparked by "Tarp" Taormina, Dick
McKimmy, Mel Triplett and Rick Kaser. Among the games won by the Rockets
c was the Homecoming Game with Bowling Green by a score of 20-19, making
the Homecoming celebration one of our most glorious. The students at TU can
always depend upon the Athletic Department to bring through winning teams.
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Linemenz Rick Kayser, Don Farbrother, Chuck Barcelona, George Machoukas, Don Ridgway, Al Schwartz, Bill Francis
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Linemeni jim Haggerty, Ben Wisbon, jim Eichbauer, Tom Holzer, jack Wise, Chuck Finley, Joe Katzenstein, Tom Carnicom, Sylvester
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Maiorettes: Shirley Carroll, Shirley Davis, Judy Price Cheerleaders: Pat Washeck, Gaylene Hutchinson, -Ieunne Klinek,
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ROCKETS 1955 FOOTBALL SCORES
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7 27 Bradley A 777..7 712
7 7 John Carroll 7736
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SECOND ROW-jack Rahman, Wayne Richter, Lynn Leidel, Bob johnson, Bob Hunt, Bob Morrissey, Bob Getchell, Don Lalendorf, Bob
Dame, Clayton Umbles.
THIRD ROW-George Stienoff, Chuck Schmidt, Lynn Calwell, Warren Potter, Ed Kayser, Fred Morgan, George Maxwell, Ray Soney,
Gary Nowak, Don Wright.
FOURTH ROW-Robert Appleby fHead Coachj , Richard Gordon fAsst. Coachj , Pat Connors, Ed Willis, Dave Mylander, Chuck Pitzen,
Dick Dobis, Fred Growell, jim Fleitz, Magnus Lewis, Bob Carson lAsst. Coachl, Doc Tillitson CTrainerJ.
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7 Detroit .. , 18
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The Freshman Football team, coached by Bob Appleby, promises the
varsity squad excellent material to replace the nineteen graduating seniors of
the 1953 squad. The outstanding backheld material featured such leading candi-
dates as Dick Basich, George Maxwell, Ed Warren, Don Wright, Bob Morrissey,
Bob Hunt and Pat Lockett.
Coach Appleby, who hails from Arkansas State College, led the Freshmen
squad for the first time in 1955. His record of three wins and four close ones
is an improvement over last year's record,
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This year Toledo University enjoyed one of its most successful
seasons on the basketball floor. Coach Jerry Bush led his squad
to the winning of the Mid-American Conference title and on to
the N.C.A.A. Tournament at Fort Wztyne. Although they lacked
depth, the Rocket cagers had spirit and the will to win that
boosted them to the top of their conference. Martin and Spice
led the team in total points whereas Pazdzior set up many of the
plays with his excellent Hoof work. Maher always got his share,
while Ray was putting in shots from the Corners.
Pitture Left to Right7Dick Rose, Managerg jack Miller, Wayfne Miller, jim Maher, Ray Ritzen-
thalter, Clair Reason, Jerry Bush, Coachg Bert Spice, Phil Martin, john Pazdzoir, Dave Wizneufski,
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FRONT ROW-,lack McBride, Murray Guttman, Dick Dietz, Sam Solomon, Managerg Ron Farley, Sonny Stoneburner.
BACK ROW-Jim Nyers, joe Buneta, Russ Bierly, Jim Rubin, Herb Kesten, Arnie Zimmerman, joe Kiefer.
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Our freshman basketball team has given the student
body at Toledo University good reason to be confident that
their future varsity cagers will remain at the top of the
conference. The Toledo Frosh finished the season with a
nine win, two loss record. Coach Rollie Boldt and Assistant
Coach Vic Braden have contributed a great deal toward the
improvement made by the Frosh Cagers.
Leading the team scoring for the year was Murray Gutt-
man with 168 points followed closely by Joe Keifer with
155. Other Frosh notables were 6-6 Sonny Stoneburner
with 124 points and Joe Buneta with 120 points. With
material such as this and the excellent coaching for which
Toledo U is famous we are looking forward to many more
joe Scalzo and his matmen have brought the Mid-American
Conference championship to Toledo for the third consecutive
time this year. Both Paul Boyko and Ed Lanzi have completed
the regular season undefeated. Dick Leffler, Boyko, Dick
Bonacci, Don Wem and Lanzi were Mid-American champs
this year. Down at Miami in February the TU matrnen ran
away with the Mid-American title. The season was one of the
best in their history and we are looking to the wrestlers for
many more trophies in the future.
TOP ROW-jack Shire, Dick Leffler, Russ Zaccaria, joe Scalzo, Manager, Norton Silverberg,
Manager, Don Wem, Dick Bonacci, jim Myers.
FRONT ROW-Rtwn Schlievert, Ed Lanzi. Paul Buyko, Dick Kicne. Bill lNIiller.
Dick Lefller Russ Zaccaria Don Wem Ed Lfimi
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FRONT ROW-Dick Ratner, Manager, Joe Kinshaw, john Mackey, jack Marshall, Dick Baldwin,
Howard Ansel, john Albert, Hank Morse, Coach Appleby.
BACK ROW-Dick Hoppe, Jim Desmond, Ron Bedee, Bob Shepler, Bernie Leiter, Al Smith, jim
Haggerty, Bob Hunt, Andy Takacs, Chuck Aspaugh.
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The 1954 tennis season consisted of fourteen games
beginning April 29 and winding up May 20-22 in
the M-AC tournament. Coaching our team is Vic
Braden, a net star from Kalamazoo. Veteran varsity
tennis players are Don Huss, Roger Johnson and
Ken Maurer. Other racketmen are gridder jim Eich-
bauer and cager Phil Martin, Don Knuth, Don Simon
and Chuck Freed. Considering the outstanding fresh-
man material, Toledo University is expected to have
in 1955 one of the best teams in its history. With
such frosh net men as Sam Kacher, Larry Resnick,
Joe Makowski, Dick Woerner, Dave Wiley and Don
Sperr, TU will be bringing home many more M-AC
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Coach Ed Saxer will lead his squad on to the green for the
sixth year starting in May. A team of returning veterans and
competitive newcomers compose this years TU squad which
DeGroH are returning from last year's team. Newcomers Bill
Moore, Don Beache, Bill Brown, and Bill Heidtman will fill
out the team. This is a good year for the Rockets with plenty
of potential material already out for spring practice.
Home and Home Series Single Matches
Bowling Green Loyola 4ChicagoJ
Detroit Kent State
Michigan State Normal john Carroll
UNDER PICTURE LEFT TO RIGHT-M. Degroff, Dick Shambaugh, Bob Hayes. Bill Moore.
jim Cone, Coach Saxer.
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Y, jane Fenn Swimming
Mary Talbut Tennis
Sue Kronbach Volleyball
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S, Mary Keirns
During second semester many girls find the recrea-
tional sports program, including table tennis and bad-
minton, an enjoyable way to obtain WRA credit. Only
six practices and a tournament are required for credit.
One of the favorite team sports on our campus is
basketball. Although no special talent is required to
participate, within a few weeks of practice the girls
have quite professional looking teams.
Since many girls may participate in volleyball, it has
enjoyed continual popularity at TU. The name of the
team winning the WRA tournament is engraved upon
a trophy which is then presented to that team to be
kept for a year.
TU coeds find fencing an excellent way to develop
grace and poise. Only six practices and participation in
the bout are necessary to obtain WRA credit. Practice
sessions are held during February and March and the
bout is in April.
For girls who prefer to participate in activities that
require a more modernistic approach, modern danse is
just the answer. No special background in dancing is
necessary. Its popularity is growing every year.
Each fall girls can be seen lined up
in the back of the University with bows
and arrows in hand practicing for the
archery tournament. In order to receive
XVRA credit, it is not necessary to have
any special skill.
WRA SPORTS NOT PICTURED
Field Hockey Softball
At the swimming meet in May,
Sorority and Independent teams com-
pete for possession of the WRA swim-
ming trophy for the year. Six practices
and participation in the meet are re-
quired for WRA credit.
Mary Collum, Dave Wileyf, Shirley Paul, Duane Peterson, Robert K. Dunlop, Anita Etters,
Norm Musialowski, Presidentg Carol Huffer, Dave Keller, jack Miller, Miriam Miller, Jim Duwve.
Colleen Bracken, Lorene Lehman.
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Student Council, under the leadershiplof Norm Musialowski and guidance
of Mr. Mowers has seen a progressive term in 1953-54. Democratic execution
of student activities along with strides toward the most efficient operation of
activities and development of student morale on campus have been some of the
objectives of Council.
Homecoming, in October of 1953, was one of the most elaborate ever wit-
nessed on TU's campus. The enthusiastic display of spirit in the Queen elections
carried through the victorious Rockets and the float competition to be climaxed
and culminated in a dance that will rank among our best. Dave Keller, Social
Chairman of Student Council, set up the social calendar of the year including
Homecoming, Christmas Formal, and the Freshman, Sophomore and Junior
Our rally committee has taken tremendous steps in encouraging student
support of our athletic teams. They have brought some of the best in profes-
sional and local entertainment in an effort to bring out our potential campus
In order to bring about more efficient operation of activities, Council has
found it necessary to revise the present constitution. The new constitution pro-
vides for a Student Senate enlarging the governing body from thirteen members
to twenty-five, The Student Council Constitution Committee, under the chair-
manship of Colleen Bracken has put a great deal of effort into drawing a con-
stitution that will adequately fulfill the present needs of our campus and the
future needs of our expanding University of Toledo.
R, O. Young
The Blockhouse this year contains several "hrsts": use of
off-shade ink throughout the book, pictures of both the 1955
and 1954 May Queens, coverage of Spring elections, coverage
of the womens songfest and the rapping of Peppers. In addi-
tion to these new features, we have attempted to record the
major events of 1953-54 in the "Year in Review."
This year also saw the moving of the Blockhouse office
to rooms 309 and 507 in the Student Union. Unfortunately,
acquiring of new quarters did not bring with it the acquiring
of better equipment: typewriters, lights, etc. Fortunately the
lack of good equipment was offset by hard work on the part
of most staff members.
Work was begun on the yearbook dummy during the
summer and when school opened in the fall the staff began
the long task of collecting pictures, names and copy. As in
any complicated project, we occasionally made mistakes, and
occasionally we had to change plans to meet changing cir'
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Richard Otto Young ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, E diror-in-Chief
Barbara Mulligan ,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,Y,, A ssist. Editor
Beatrice Appleman ,.,,, ,,,,,. . .Assist. Editor
Marilyn Collins ..,...,,,,, ,,,,,,, O rganization Ed.
Shirley Boehringer ,,,,,
Mary Alice Fosnight ,,,,,,
Marvin Baxley ,,,,,,,,,
Shirley Paul ,,,,,,,
james Kritzer ,,,,..
Mary Blanchard .,....,,
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Beatrice Appleman ........ Senior Ed.
jo Ellen Manley ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Faculty Ed.
Paul johnson ........ ...... Y ear-in-Review Ed.
Frank Gallo ..... . . .,.....,... .Art Ed.
-Ioan Burgoon .,.................................................. Directory Etl.
General Staff: H. Art Williams. Larry Grisvard, Sue Smilax,
Pat Driscall, Pat Perry, Bob Morgan, Bob Etchen. Cloe
Robinson. Pauline Christopoulos, Marilyn Bauer, Robert
Thomas R. Woodruff . .
Thomas Woods ..,...,
Barbara Mulligan ,,,,,..,
Dianne Gibson .......,.
Carol Huffer .......
Dan Anderson ,,.,,.,
joan Urbanowicz ..ii.,
jim Nye ................
Sue Starkey ,,,,,
Nancy Falor ................
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Assist. Bus. Mgr.
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Bill Smith ..... .... S ubscription and Publicity Co-Ordinator
General Staff: Dorothy Evanoff, Marlene Mickens, Mary
Thompson, jucly Kitchen, Nancy Walker, Leslie Marsh.
Top: B. Appleman. R. Wehrleg Center: J. Burgoon,
M. Baxley, M. Fosnight, F.
Kritzer, Manley, M. Bla
Gallog Bottom: S. Paul,
Mr. Woodruff, D. Anderson, W. Smith, J. Kitchen, Mr. Woods, D. Gib- S B I . P h M C H. S
son, S. Starkey, Joan Urbanowicz, C. Hufler, N. Falor. ' oe mnger' ' lo mon' ' O In
Ron Gerwin and Larry Hawkins
The Campus Collegian this year celebrated its 55th anni-
versary as the ofhcial student weekly newspaper of the Uni-
versity. lt was founded as the "Universi-Teaser" March 5,
Passing this milestone, the Collegian continued its sig-
nificant role in campus affairs by presenting and reflecting
the news and views of our students and promoting the prog-
ress of our institution.
As Ohio's No. l College Weekly, the Collegian continued
to win top honors in state-wide journalistic competition. The
Collegian defended the coveted crown as its hard-working
staff played host on April 23-24 to the 28th Annual Conven-
tion of the Ohio College Newspaper Association. More than
200 staffers representing all Ohio colleges attended the color-
ful event, staged through the cooperation of The Toledo Blade.
And displaying the All-American-Superior honor rating
awarded by the Associated Collegiate Press, the Collegian
continued to win highest honors in nationwide press compe-
Elliott Teitlebaum, editor-in-chiefg Larry Hawkins, man-
aging editorg Ron Gerwin, copy editor, Jim Little, news edi-
torg Marv Baxley, assistant news editorg Joe Kinshaw, sports
editor, Don Huss, assistant sports editor, Mary Anton and
Alice Fosnight, society editors, Carolyn Newman and Ramona
Leininger, assistant society editorsg and Paul johnson, pho-
tographer, comprised the major staff, aided by an excellent
force of assistants, staff writers and reporters.
Dick Torio's competent business staff included Russ
Zaccaria, advertising manager and Ron Depolo, circulation
manager. Advisers are jesse R. Long and Gerald Thompson.
R, Zaccatia, S. Davis, R. Depolo Little, P, Johnson, M, Baxley
THE CAMPUS COLLEGIAN
Associated Collegiate Press
Ohio College Newspaper Association
National Advertising Service
Alpha Phi Gamma
National f01!l'7Z!Z!fII7Z F-rfzlerzzify
Subscription by mail S2 a year
Published weekly except during vacation periods by
University of Toledo students
Entered at Toledo Post Office as Second Class Matter
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Ron Gerwin ,,,,..,...,... ..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, C o py Editor
jim Little ,,,, ,,,,, ,... ......,.,,,......, N e vi 's Editor
Marvin Baxley ,,,,,,,. . ,,,.,,, Assistant News Editor
joe Kinshaw .....,..c........,.............. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, S ports Editor
Don Huss ,,..,.c.,,,, ,,,,.,,,., , ,,,,,,,,,,.,v,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, A s sistant Sports Editor
Mary Anton and Alice Fosnight ,,...,.,,.,.,,.....,..............,..,.. Society Editors
Carolyn Newman and Ramona Leininger .,..,...,,, Assistant Society Editors
Mary-Ella Holst, Bill Long ........,,,,.......,.,,,,................... Co-Feature Editors
Andy Takacs, Io Ann McKinney, Hal Grothjan, Io Allyn Walczak, Pat
Bosak, Marilyn Link, Janet Arndt
Dick Young, june Denierdjian, Phil Rapp, Nancy Gilliam, Bob Martz,
jim Wood, Carol Willis, Part Tanber, Moni Dominique, Margaret
Faulds, Herb Martin, Sydney Ellsworth, Sherry Harmon, Joan Carlson,
Claudia Mowery, George Booth, Peggie Jones, Delores Grisham, Marilyn
Collins, Betty Fitz, Pat Driscoll, joan Urbanowicz, Janet Meranda, Iva
Barnhart, Ida Dorfmeister, Jane Fenn, Mary Delaplane, Anita Sine, jack
Wallington, James Brunskill, Clarine VanDame, Margaret Shanteau,
Marcia Rhinehart, Nancy Falor, Eleanor Sonntag, Jim Falvey, Greta Mars.
Paul L. johnson ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,.,.,.,,,,,.. ,,,,,,, P h otographer
Tom Cavanaugh ,,,,.,, .....,,.......,.....,..........,,.....,. ,,.,,,...,,,,,,., A r tist
DICK TORIO ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, BUSINESS MANAGER
Russ Zaccaria ,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,,.,........,.r.,,r..,, ,,,,.,, A d vertising Manager
Shirley Davis and Nancy Fisher, ,..,,,.,,,.....,, ...,.,,,,,.c,......... S ecretaries
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Gerald Thompson ,,,,,, ,,.........,....,,,... ,,,... B u siness
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Dedication ceremonies for the newly-completed 51,600,000 University Library
building also containing the College of Law were held Oct. 2, in Doermann Theatre.
Dr. Robert Bingham Downs, director of the University of Illinois Library, gave the
Associate justice of the Supreme Court Harold H. Burton convened court in the
moot courtroom of the Law College. Justice Burton was also the principal speaker at
the 26th annual banquet of the College of Law held in the ROTC armory.
The alumni plaque was presented by Edward C. Schmakel, president of the Uni-
versity Alumni Association. The moot courtroom was named in memory of Charles W.
Racine, dean of the College of Law from 1927 to 1938.
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Second Row: J. Duwve, Smilax, E. Levey, I. Dorfmeister, J, Nye. Vi
Front Row: Pat Beltz, Miss 1Lil Sandersonl, Barbara Mulligan
Second Row: Katherine juers, jo Kott. Nancy Bowen.
Absent: Barbara Gorman, Donna Thompson.
Best float, Pi Kappa Phi
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Zeta Tau Alpha
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By capturing hrst and second places respectively, Delta Delta Delta and Pi Beta Phi
repeated their performances of 1952 in the annual Sig-Alph Olympics. Above in the
winners circle are Charles Jacoby, Sig-Alph Presidentg jane Fenn, Pi Phi Presidentg
Prof. Kirschner, SAE adviserg Dean Schwab, presenting trophiesg and June Foltz,
Wttit till next year"
After a close election in which 584 freshmen stu-
dents took part, the following were the results:
President: james Brunskill, 292 votes to Art Baz's 89.
Vice President: Richard Ott, 201 votes to Dale
Treasurer: Marcia Widmer, 195 votes to Bob Hum-
Secretary: Sue Kabel, 200 votes to Tom Seitz's 180.
Student Council: Dave Wiley, 226 votes to Richard
Student Council: Mary Collum, 199 votes to Nancy
Sororities pledge 97g
After several weeks of rushing the eight campus
sororities pledged 97 women. Delta Delta Delta led
the list with a total of 17 freshmen and upperclass
pledges, followed by Pi Beta Phi and Alpha Chi
Gmega with 16, Chi Omega, 153 Alpha Omicron Pi,
14, Zeta Tau Alpha, 8, Sigma Pi Delta, 7g and
Kappa Delta, 4.
A week later, the fraternities pledged 198 men.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledged a total of 38 men, fol-
loyed by Sigma Phi Epsilon with 28g Tau Kappa
Epsilon, 24, Phi Kappa Chi, 22g Theta Chi and
Alpha Sigma Phi, each with 20, Pi Kappa Phi, 171
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 163 and Phi Kappa Psi, 13.
The University Theatre Presents
Suzanne Meyers Philip Baker Hall
Ruth Ramsey and John Hunter
Witli Marilyn Olsen, Barbara Burgmnier, Glenda Anthony, Thomas Benson ann Monica Dominique
"Hu i1'nem't Lore nie!" "Leave my borne!"
buzunne Meyers and Ruth Ramsey Iohn Hunter, Sue Meyers, Philip Hall
Nov. 22 Fire
A hre of unknown origin de-
stroyed or damaged the personal
belongings of 30 students and civil
engineering equipment on the first
floor of the University engineering
wing. The fire, occurring on Sunday
morning, November 22, did not
spread beyond the hrst level.
Pershing Rifles Elect
At the annual Pershing Rifle tea
on November 15, the military hon-
orary chose fleft to right in picture
at lefrj Nancy Falor, honorary lieu-
tenant, Darlene Lambert, honorary
captain and Pauline Chrisropoulos,
Dance Committee: Chairmen Decorations
EfQUAf-G- DUUHhCffY- N- HCUFYY RA -I, Smilax and R. Louviaux Committee at Work
Standingfll. Louviaux, J. Falvey,
N. MCClurg, S, Limisc-y. F. Gallo.
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Barney Francis and Clair Dunn
l During the month of january the campus was stirred by the
shake-up in the University's athletic organization. The affair began
merely as a change of head football coaches and before it finished in-
volved the appointing of a new athletic director as well as a coach. Mr,
Clair Dunn had been the sixth head football coach to serve and leave
the University in eight years. Mr. Dunn was well liked by the students
and players but was unfortunate in that his team had to play superior
competition. Mr. Arthur "Barney" Francis, athletic director since 1949,
also submitted his resignation to the Athletic Board of Control.
ln late january the Board chose Forest W. "Frosty" England to be
the new athletic director and head football coach. Mr. England comes
to the University from Arkansas State College where his teams won 55
of their last 59 games. An exponent of the split-T, Mr. England hopes
to install that system at TU in 1954.
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HONORARY INSTALLED, FEB. 20
Pi Beta Tau, local engineering honor chap
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Beta Pi, national engineering honorary. The
installing officer was C. VI. Freund, dean of
the college of engineering at the University
of Detroit, The main speaker at the cere-
monies was Charles Ide, president, Toledo
In the picture .it the left Prof, Loring
Thompsonf.ldviserg Dave O'Neill, president:
Bill Ansley, corresponding secretary and
-lohn Kehn. vice president, map linal details
for Tau Bela Pi installation.
ANNUAL IFC DANCE
Campus frlternitic-s held their annual
dance this ye.1r in the ROTC Armor
Dancing was to the music of Steve Snyirs
The University's Mid-American basketball champion Rockets and over 500 students
.intl supporters journied to the Fort Wlayne Coliseum early in March to play Penn State
in the NCAA regionuls. After leading in the third quarter the Rockets faltered and lost
62-50. Phil Martin led the scoring with 26 points, followed by Penn's Jesse Arnelle
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Miss June Falkenberg was crowned Regimental Queen at the annual Military Ball
lielcl in March at the Naval Armory. In the picture above with Miss Falkenberg are
Marcia Bruggeman, Second Battalion Queen, Carolyn Newman, First Battalion Queen,
and Cadet Commanding Officer Charles Jacoby.
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May Queen ,,,,7,, jane Fenn, 219 votes to Barbara Gorman's 171
President ,,,,,,,, Frank Gallo, 107 votes to Larry Zaft's S2
Vice-Pres. ,,,,,, ....., E d Kevern, 104 votes to Robert Louviaux's 76
Secretary .. ,..,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dorothy Evanoff, 145 votes Cunopposedl
John Tiegland, 115 votes to Ann Hagerty's 72
Women's Rep. to Senate .. jane Smilax, 141 votes funopposedl
Mens Rep. to Senate ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, T om Zimmerman, 113 votes to
Paul Winslow's 74
President ,,,,,,,, Philip Long, 157 votes to Robert Martin's 112
Vice-Pres. ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, G a r y Johnson. 225 votes funopposedl
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jo Ann McKinney, 16-1 votes to Edgar Levy's 112
Women's Rep. to Senate... Sue Starkey, 163 votes to Jean Peter's 111
Mens Rep. to Senate ,,,,,,,,,,, ,..,.,,,,.,,,,,, I. arry Grisvard, 178 votes to
Marvin Baxley's 101
President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, jim Green, 235 votes to Robert Frazierls 170
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Bob Berning, 232 votes to Barbara Jacobs 170
Secretary ,Ls,,.,...,,.....,.,....., Sue Kabel, 285 votes to Iva Barnhart's lil
Pat Moulton, 261 votes to Gerald Biernacki's
Women's Rep. to Senate ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rosann Steinwancl, 200 votes to
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13 Co-Eds Tapped
This year six sororities and Mackinnon
Hall competed in the annual women's song-
fest. The required song was Noble Cain's
"The Night Has a Thousand Eyes."
Repeating their victory of 1955, Chi
Omega won first place, singing the required
song, Donath's "Yankee Glory," and Parkers
"Lucky Pi Beta Phi and Delta Delta
Delta were second and third respectively.
Anita Etters and Lillian Sanderson were
Peppers, national womens honorary,
tapped 11 juniors and 2 sophomores. They
were: Barbara Mulligan, Ramona Leininger,
Mary Alice Fosnight, Nancy Henry, jane
Smilax, Donna Bonn Reiter, Shirley Paul,
.lo Ellen Manley, Grace Frye, Carol Huffer,
jane Fenn, Suzanne Smilax and Suzanne
The Toledo Panhellenic Council award
for most improvement in grades was won
by Delta Delta Delta. The john B. Brande-
berry award to the sorority pledge group
with the highest point average was won by
Zeta Tau Alpha.
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ROVU 2: B. Lemle, D. Lambert, N. Henry, B. Reetz, R. Leininger, L. Kowalski, B. Mulligan,
Advisor-Dean Kathryn Schwab
The Panhellenic Council on the University of Toledo campus acts
as the governing body to the social sororities on campus. The council
is composed of two representatives, a junior and a senior, from each of
the seven sororities.
The annual tea in October for all freshmen women started our
activities for the year. At this time, a council round-table discussion
helped the freshmen women to understand the purpose of the Pan-
hellenic Council and the sorority rushing system used on our campus.
Fall projects of Panhellenic Council included revision of campus
rushing rules and revision of the Panhellenic local constitution. Rush-
ing of freshmen women and upper-class women was held in November
One of the most important events of March was the Panhellenic
Worksliop where various speakers gave talks on the different phases of
sorority life and then discussions were held in each of the sorority
apartments following a tea in the Student Union. In May the annual
installation banquet was held at which time the officers for the coming
year were installed.
ROW 1-Li Grisvard. T. Schnell. D. Rettig. M. Griswold, D. Line. I.. Zaft, J, Fisher. D. Henry.
ROW 2-D. Dri1hein1,Wi Long, A. Si1dd,j.Whitten.-I. Rogge, E. Vick, C. Jacoby. D- Georgotf.
ROW 3fR. Drake. A. Williillns. Koester, R, Turner, R. Martz. G. Booth. G. Dougherty.
ABSENTEES-W. Timbers, Murawa, nl, Teiyland.
1953-54 was a year of progress for the Interfraternity Council of
the University of Toledo. A new financial program made possible
several additions to IFC's program, notably: the promotion of a Frater-
nity Worksliop to discuss common problemsg the sponsoring of a Camp-
us-Wide party after the John Carroll football gameg and the institution,
together with Pan-Hellenic Council, of a "Greek NXfeek" to strengthen
The rushing program, which included a stag smoker conducted for
freshmen, was under the direction of Larry Zaft and his committee.
The sports program was led by jim Fisher,
IFC also continued its active participation in the National Inter-
fraternity Conference by having two representatives, Mike Griswold
and John Tiegland, attend the N.I.C. convention held in Cincinnati.
Though new programs were instituted, tradition was not forgotten.
The annual I.F.C. Dance, under supervision of chairmen Don Henry
and Jack Koeser, was held February 20. The annual Stag Banquet in
honor of newly initiated fraternity members climaxed the yei1r's
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V l M ti S lioeliringer, M. F.1uIds.T. Kay, V, Doxvtlncg, G. Hofb.1uer,S. Kabul, N. Cox. S. Taylor, l. Sawade,
ROW 'llUl'Y- S. Smith, M. Tlwmpsfin, S. MtDexirr, B. Hatltlarl, KI. Iolinmine. 13. Taylor, B. Appleman,
I 1 ix Ha t M. Kuttler. D. Reiter.
AI PHA CHI OMEGA
A space ship brought the Beta Omega chapter of Alpha Chi Omega
roaring into the new year with the annual campus-Wide party. Following
this was the Founders Day Banquet on October 15th, a visit from the
Province President, Mrs. Walter E. DeBruin, the Christmas Formal, when
pledge class was formally presentedg Dad's night, Hera Day Old Folks
Party, Mothers Tea, State Day at Ohio State University in Columbus for
all chapters, a Senior farewell party, and the annual spring dinner-dance.
This year the Alpha Chi's were represented in Peppers by Ginny Dowd-
ney, Sharon Kabel, and Nancy Nauman Barcelona. All three of these girls
were selected as members of XWho's Wfho, with the addition of Carol Huffer,
Donna Bonn Reiter, and Mary Doncoes.
Presidents of twelve campus organizations are Sharon Kabel, YWCA,
Mary Doncoes, F.T.A.g Bea Appleman, Girls' Dormitory, Donna Bonn
Reiter, W.R.A., Jody Manley, l,R.C., Ginny Dowdney, Radio Workshop,
Elaine Taylor, L.S.A., Sally Ames, Kappa Delta Pig Dorothy Evanoff,
Canterbury Club, Donna Bonn Reiter, United Nations Club, Carol Huffer,
Polymathic Society, and Bea Appleman, Pharmaceutical Association.
Board Chairmen Hgt Numbgf Homework
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ROV' l-Mrs l-lrirolil Towe, Plcdgc Adxiserg D. Lange. N. Cole, H. Collier, C. Fzintee, l. Lester. -I. lNfIiirtelsinan, M. Rerucha, S. Boyd.
A. Hagerty. B. Xwisnicwski, Mrs. Mrihlon Leichtmar. Rushing Adviser.
ROXV 2 -P. Steplivn, -I, Callus, M. Pearson. M. Pestolis, -I. La Point, S. Karpe, M. Drake. O, lkliittliexvs. M. lN'Ierticr, M. D.ivt-nport,
gl. llilpin, nl. l,f.'lL'l'N, M. Olsen, N. Gilliam. NI. Miller. R. lN'Iatthews, D. McCallV.
ALPHA GMICRON PI
Alpha Omicron Pi saw the school year of 1953 end with the annual
spring formal and banquet at Catawba Cliffs, and the summer begin with
a week of fun at sorority cottage on Indian Lake.
Back to school and Homecoming when Theta Psi Chapter played host
to the University of Cincinnati A O Pi's at an open house. Founder's Day
was celebrated in December and climaxed by a visit from Marty Tyler,
District Director. 4
fl, A O P1 and Theta Chi gave a Christmas Party for a group -of orphans,
Q4 Ti the mothers of A O Pi were treated to a Christmas Tea, the new pledges
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iff!--Og were welcomed with a Big-Little Sister Party, and dinners were held before
some of the basketball games.
The new year saw the A O Pi's at the Backward Dance, the Margaret
Nachtrieb Scholarship Tea, and several card parties.
A O Pi's are proud of: Helen Collier, Beta Beta Beta, Peppers, Wlio's
XXfhog Ann Edelin, Peppers, Arlene Hoffman, Delta X3 Nancy Cole, Alpha
Phi Gamma, Betty Lou Weber, Phi Mu Chi, Beverly Wisniewski, Kappa
Gamma, and Ann Hagerty, Junior class officer.
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Recording Secretary .........
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ROW' I-S. Smilax, S. Lauer, J. Schmuck. J. Smilax. J. Riggs. J. Eyeman. G. Frye. S. Wfallace.
ROW 2-HB. Stribe. M. Brandel. P. Gaghen. E. Moesh, E. Ettcrs. B. Jay, M. Collins, E. Dauster, J. Mettie, H. Leu, J. Price,
J. Bainbridge. P. Cole.
ROXV 5-G. Voudouris, S. Starkey, M. Foley. P. Smith, S. Graver, M. Britton, B. hliklosek, S. Bender, J. McKinney. Ivf. Delaplanc,
M. Pizza. M. Blanchard, M. Schroeder, J. Smith, B. Pancoff, R, Ramsuv. M. RC1'LlClWl1. B. Mulligan, C. Slevin, G. Studet.
Barbara Mulligan's campaign for Homecoming Queen was the first
big event on the Chi Omega social calendar. Then followed the pledge
dance, Christmas formal, Elusenian banquet, parents party, scholarship
dinner, and Spring formal.
Chi Omega retained the top scholarship rating for six consecutive
semesters. The homecoming queen and song fest trophies now reside in
f gm apartment 21. Nancy Rogers, Anita Etters, Judy Price, and Beverly Jay were
tapped for Peppers. XYfho's Wluo candidates are: Jane Smilax, Anita Etters,
Ruth Ramsey, and Nancy Rogers. Presidents of clubs on campus are: Ruth
Ramsey, Peppers, Bev Jay. President of Pan-Hellenic, Anita Etters, Delta
X3 Marv Ann Rerucha, Ellen H. Richards Club, Judy Price, Mu Phi Epsilon,
' 'e" ' and Grace Frye, Sigma Mu Tau. Vice Presidents are: Charlotte Slevin,
YWCAg Jane Bainbridge, Physical Education Majorsg and Judy Price, Eine
Arts. Barbara Pancoff is Secretary of Mu Phi Epsilon and Joanna Mettie is
Secretary of the Physical Education Majors Club. Mary Blanchard is Treas-
urer of the Young Democrats.
These girls also hold offices in Physical Education Majors, Young
Democrats, Delta X, Sigma Mu Tau, Mu Phi Epsilon, Eine Arts, Dramatic
Association, Ellen H. Richards Club, and the YWCA.
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Secretary ....Y..,.Y,....,.......... W .....,.... Pat Cole
Corresponding Secretary ..,i.... ....,.. J ucly Price
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l, Dorlmci-.tt-i'. D, Lambert, H, Diver.
ROW' 2--I. lN'Ic-rantla. S Ross, D. Nichols, S, Schulz, C. Davies, P. Ahrass, L, Kohanlcie, P. Perry, B. Henderson. C. Badger, A. Scott,
P. Collins, N. Moore, P. Driscoll. N. Falor. -I. Urbanowicz, B, Best.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
The annual Back-to-School roast marked the opening of the Tri-Delta's
list of events, The Tri-Delts won first place in Sig-Alph Olympics for the
third consecutive year.An all-campus open house, hayride and roast were
held. Holiday events included a big-little sister caroling party. Mothers
and Daughters Banquet, all-sorority buffet and Christmas formal.
Among the queens were Pat Beltz, homecoming candidateg Darlene
Lambert, Pershing Rifle Honorary Captain, and Nancy Falor, Pershing
4 A Rifle Honorary Lieutenant. Nancy Falor was also chosen Sig Ep sweetheart
at the Christmas serenade.
4 , V X Playing an active part on compus are jane Rechtenwald, American
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L Young Republican Club Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Driscoll, Young Demo-
crats Club Corresp-onding Secretary, Polly Collins, Young Democrats Club
Recording Secretaryg Mary-Ellen Holst, Collegian Feature Writerg Nancy
Hipp, Ellen H. Richards Club Treasurer, Alice Fosnight, Wliols Whog
june Foltz. Peppers and NVho's Wliog and Sally Lindsey, Peppers and
A card party. Spring dance, Faculty tea. Mother's Tea, Senior Banquet
and two weeks at Lake George, Indiana, climaxed another successful year
for the wearers of the stars and crescent.
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ROW' l-P. NY'.1rr1er. J. Matyok, N. Bowen. B. Drake. D, Gibson. I. Mauk. M. Soudcr. O. Sprynskv, C. Boehm, L. Kowalski.
RONXf 2-S, Dehlars. l. McGuire. B. Head. B. Craig, M. Spence, M. Hill, C. McNeil, S. Paul, B. Reetz, P. Christopoulis. B. Kubic,
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Kappa Delta began a year of friendship, fun and service by joining
Theta Chi in a campus-wide party featuring dragons, dancing and Joe
Saturday. Homecoming found the girls with the diamond shields campaign-
ing for Homecoming Queen candidate, Nancy Bowen, and ending the
gala weekend with a bonfire and roast. ln October, the K D's joined the
alumnae for a Founders Day Banquet.
A social schedule of teas, fraternity and date parties, the Christmas
formal and the annual Spring formal dinner dance followed.
Kappa Delta was active in every phase of campus life. Nancy Bowen
reigned as ROTC Queen and Pauline Christopoulos, Pershing Rifle Honor-
ary First Lieutenant, Shirley Paul, Student Council Representative-At-Large3
Maurine Souder, Head of XVomen's Rifle Team, Beverly Kubic, President
of Chimes, Carlene McNeil, Co-Editor of the Student Handbookg Dianne
Gibson, Blockhouse Subscription Managerg Leona Kowalski, Barbara Drake
and Phyllis Wfarner, Kappa Delta Pig Nancy Bowen, Sigma Alpha Omega
and Betty Reetz, Pi Gamma Mu.
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RUXY' l-l. Rott, B. Harrison. R. Lcininger. N. Richardson. C. Bracken. bl, Bell, VI. Fenn. D. Thompson. S. Fuerst. M. Graham,
Ii. Peters. nl. Slxer. P. Fought.
ROW! 2-P. I-luller. N Rav, S. O'I,uughlin, C. Newman. il. Kitchen. N. XXfalkcr, A. Linrisay, A. Gutridge. C. Huffman, S. lironbach,
S. Ch.ipm.in I., Bittick. P. Moran. M. Stoll. P. Lynch. K. Kennedy, tl, Smith. M. Talbut.
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The Pi Phi's of Ohio Epsilon Chapter returned to school in a fervor
of enthusiasm for the activities of the school term. In anticipation of Home-
coming. the Pi Phi's gave parties for the Alpha Sigma Phi's who backed
Donna Thompson for queen. and for the Theta Chi's whose choice as
homecoming candidate was Io Kott. The philosophy, "In T.U. We trust,"
was evident as the group, "banking on T.U.," entered a huge paper mache
piggy bank as their float. Sig-Alph Olympics brought fun, laughs, and a
second place trophy to the Pi Beta Phi apartment. The busy rush season
had a successful climax as sixteen Women were pledged on December 2.
Phi Phi's were prominent in campus affairs also. Colleen Bracken
served as a senior representative to Student Councilg Carolyn Newman was
Secretary of the Sophomore Class. Pi Beta Phi's enjoyed participation in
the W.R.A. sports. Nancy Ray was president of the group while five of
her Pi Phi sisters served on the board. -lane Fenn and Ramona Leininger
brought honors to the chapter, also, as they were named to 'kWh-o's Who
in American Colleges."
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Zeta Tau Alpha members and pledges enjoyed a year filled with both
fun and work. Immediately after the June exams, the Zetas spent an eventful
week at Put-In-Bay Island. The Fall semester included many activities. They
were a Founder's Day Banquet, a car-washing party for Theta Chi fraternity,
rush parties, an apartment shower and the annual Christmas formal at the
Park Lane Hotel.
Second semester activities included fraternity parties for Pi Kappa Phi,
Phi Kappa Chi and Tau Kappa Epsilon. A pledge party was also given for
the active members. Two outstanding events were: a Zeta weekend including
a formal dance at the Top of the Marks, a picnic at Fort Meigs Park and a
hayride at Howards Farms and the National Convention in Florida. Five
members represented the Gamma Eta chapter.
Active on campus are Glenda Thompson, YWCA Recording Secretary,
Religious Council Treasurer and Wesleyan Club Secretaryg Miriam Miller,
Student Council Secretaryg janet Dean, Allegro Club Secretaryg Mary Helen
jones, University Chemical Society and Sigma Mu Tau Vice-President, and
julie Farkas, Red Cross President and Delta X Secretary-Treasurer.
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SIGMA PI DELTA
President ....... ........ P hyllis Smirin
Sccrctiry-Ti'ep1surer ...... Alice Kay
Publicity Chairman ,.Morin Levin
Historian i ............ Selma Salzman
Sigma Pi Delta had its first beginning at the University of
Toledo on February 2, 1951. Its first Alpha chapter membership con-
sisted of twelve girls, with Mrs. 'Iessie Dowd Stafford as campus
advisor. Miss Isabel Stafford is now faculty advisor.
For the past few years, the sorority has been inactive. It was
reorganized this year by the active Beta Chapter alumnae, which
Upperclassmen active in campus life are: Elaine Zucker, mem-
ber of Beta Beta Beta, and W.R.A. head of Modern Dance and
F.T.A. Beatrice Smirin is representative to the Religious Council and
Past President of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America,
Arlene Ebenstein is a member ot the McKinnon Hall Rules Com-
mittee and Pan-Hellenic Councilg and Phyllis Smirin, President of
the group, is also the sophomore representative to Pan-Hellenic
Council and a member of the Young Democrats Club.
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ROW' 1-J. Grier, M. Thomas. D. Lee. D jackson. H. Griffith, D. Montgomery.
ROW 2-G. Brawner, G. Harris. A. Wall:ei', M. Dixon, R. Threudgill, I. jones, A. Jones
ROW 5-R. Campbell, L, Glover, W. Anderson, S. Dorcey, D. Walker.
ABSENTEES--I. Doneghcy, O. Griffith. V. Chaney. D. Anderson, -I. Mouton.
ALPHA PHI ALPHA
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity was founded in 1906 at Cornell
University by seven students who felt the need of an organiza-
tion that would make their college more meaningful. From this
President """""" """" J Ohm Mouton beginning the fraternity has grown to 156 chapters, with two
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me rw Cn 1 C Jac Son in Canada an one each in the British West Indies and London.
Secretary ..,.,..................... Hugh Griffith
There are now more than 16,000 members, 65 of these in
Treasurer .............. Donald Montgomery
Sergeant-At-Arms ................ jerry Grier Toledcl'
Chaplain ....... ....... G eorge Harris
The fall semester of 1954 will find Alpha Phi Alpha a
member of the University I.F.C.
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F. Frey, H. Ansel, J. Cooper. L. Zaft, H. Damrauerl B. Judis.
ROW' 241. Brenner. S. Rosen. A. Leizman, H. Rosenbaum, L. Steingroot, G. Weisberg, H. Mayers, G. Reichlin.
ABSENTEES-P. vloelson. G. Goldberg. bl. Stone. Z. Kohler, R. Schocn, N. Kaufman.
Upsilon Tau Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity was formed in 1951
by the merger of Lambda Chi fraternity, which had been on campus since
1925, and Kappa Iota Chi fraternity, a University organization since 1923.
The 1955-'54 A E Pi year started with a back-to-school wiener roast at
Pearson Park. In October the chapter participated in the Homecoming float
contest. November came and with it rushing, which began with a "Butchers
Dinner," followed by a stag party at the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house.
A E Pi was active athletically and participated in volleyball, bowling,
basketball, softball and tennis.
In December, at a dance in the Hillcrest Tower Room for the new
pledges, it was announced that Upsilon Tau chapter had won the national
scholarship plaque of Alpha Epsilon P1 for a consistently top scholastic
average on campus.
During the year Professor Raymond Levey became the new chapter
Alpha Epsilon Pi was active campus-wide, sponsoring a bridge tourna-
ment for all the social group at the University and an all-Greek dance in
March at the jewish Community Center.
Secretary ,,,.. ,,
Pledge Masters .......
P. Fingerhut, N. Kale, A. Chabler, Secretaryg A, Miller, Presiclentg M. Remer
Z. Temun, Vice-Presidentg B. Stromfeltl, J. Zolm, L. Shaner, H. Levin
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ROW 1-L. Spunoutlis, D. Anderson. B. Suszka, R. Anderson. E. Satld. D. Maher. D. Georgoff. E. Kulczak.
ROW 2-M. Czailtowski, T. Wfooulruff. C. Scliweibcrt, B. Smith. C. Leslie. T. Rousos, K. Kwapich.
ROW' 5-E. Kaxcrn. NW. Blancharti, D. Brockway. D. Prokup, D. Towsc. il. Orite.
ABSENTEliSf,I. Arc-tltly, G. Barron. A. Douglas, D. Haley, P. Hall. B. Kaiser. B. Movrery, J. Shibley. B. Timbers. -I. Woiwtl.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Beta Rho chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi inaugurated the '53 social season
with a party at its fraternity house in honor of Pi Beta Phi sorority and
Donna Thompson, Alpha Sig Homecoming Queen candidate.
The well-rounded social year was highlighted by the sixth annual
Apache Dance and the yearly Founders' Day Banquet. Stag smokers were
held monthly at the fraternity house. The first semester was concluded with
a Christmas Party and the annual Mid-Winter Formal.
The second semester was topped by Sig's annual Spring Formal and
QE numerous house parties honoring T.U. sororities.
P' As always, a great number of Alpha Sigs saw service in campus activities.
Four members of Blue Key, including joseph Shibley as President, came
,W QA, from the ranks of Alpha Sigma Phi.
Other laurels held by Sig were: President of Student Union Board of
Control, Vice-President of Senior Class, Business Manager of Blockhouse
and representatives in University Theatre.
The organization suffered greatly by the loss of its senior adviser,
Dean of Engineering john B. Brandeberry. His leadership and understanding
were deeply felt by all members of the chapter, both active and alumni.
Pledge Offlccrs Lltc Studylng
ROW 1-H. McConnell, D. Klotz. J. Shire, R. Sargent. R. McNutt, D. Kinker, R. Dague.
ROW 2-J. Todak. R. Papenfus. Dr. Bowman, E. Vick, R. Martz, B. W-arrick, D. Hull, G. Noller.
ROW 3-R. Wanamacher, D. Maniak, H. Shunck, I.. Spring. R. Franklin. J, Grant, C. McAlister.
ROW 4-R. Schmoll. Nye. S. Taylor, D. Gartz, J, Bogie, D. Hull.
ROW 5-R. Turner. R. Wyman, P. Irmen. T. Zimmerman, B. Bay.
ROW 6-R. Kelly, R. Shunck. F. Gallo, E. McFadden. G. johnson, H. Fike.
ROW' 7-W. Vilalters, T. Ball. J. LaGro, J. Lenkay, I. Anderson, W. Miller.
ABSENTEES-E. W'0lfT, R. Dunlop.
PHI KAPPA CHI
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Phi Kappa Chi enjoyed a great year under the able leadership of
worthy master, Ed Vick.
The Phi Kap's started the year with the initiation of pledges on Sunday,
April 19. The fraternity won the interfraternity songfest. A few weeks later
the chapter had its 38th annual Spring Formal at Catawba Cliffs Hotel.
The sweetheart for the year, Sally Hull, was crowned at the dance. Early in
the summer the Phi Kaps had a fraternity cottage for two weeks at Lake
The first semester of 1953554 began with the election of a University
Homecoming Queen for the second year in succession. This time the candi-
date was Barbara Mulligan.
During football season the Phi Kaps fought their traditional rival,
Phi Kappa Psi, to a 6-6 deadlock in the annual -Tug Bowl game.
On December 19, 1955, the chapter held its 38th annual Christmas
Formal at the Maumee River Yacht Club.
During the year many other social activities, athletic events, and inter-
fraternity parties were held.
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President ..,,.,...... ......... E Cl V1Cli
Recording Secretary ...,.... ...... B ob Pappenfus
Corresponding Secretary ...... .....,.. D ave Hull
Treasurer .... .............,...,.,,w r..,,... H a fold Filte
MHfSh3,ll ....... ...... B ert Warrick
Clhlplaifl ...... ...,... D uane Hull
ROW 1-A. Huif. J. Mister, K. Haggemyer.
ROW Z-D. Potter, B: Lentz, D, Mills, F. Yarger, T. Stapleton, B. Rollin.
ROW 3-J. Meinert. P. Leininger, I. Brunskill.
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ROW' IWXV. Heidtanan. D. Ankenbrandt. I. Wenzel. li. Jaclcsoii, R. Trinlcner. L, Grisvard, J. Fisher.
ROXX7 Zeal. Gilsrlorf, B, Jacoby. F, Holmes, E. Kern. T. Clark, -I. Holligcr.
ROXV 5-R. Liningcr. -I. Wferncr. T. Taylor, J. Pilkington.
PHI KAPPA PSI
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Ohio Eta chapter of Phi Kappa Psi entered the school year with a
newly redecorated, 10-room fraternity house located at 2240 Warreri Street.
The golf team set the athletic aim for the year by taking first place in
the October tournament, through the combined abilities of Max Dorf-
meister, jim Holliger, Tom Taylor and Don Vigh. Thanks to the able
leadership of Tom Taylor, Phi Psi again ended with a high standing in
the sports program.
For the second year Fred Holmes organized a successful social calendar,
including the Christmas Formal, Orphans' Party, Founders' Day Banquet,
Spring Formal and other social events, which help to round out a corn-
Barbara Gorman was the Phi Psi's choice for Homecoming Queen
this yearg Bob Baker was in charge of the Homecoming committee.
Dick Lininger was rewarded for his outstanding Work during rushing
this year when fourteen promising men chose the Red and Green of Phi
Kappa Psi. Fred Holmes was Pledge Adviser, assisted by Ernie Kern.
President ,.,.,.,.,,,4 ,,..,,... R oger Trinkner
Vice-President ,....... .....,. D on Ankenbrandt
Recording Secretary ...,... ................ B ob Baker'
Corresponding Secretary .... ...... L arry Grisvard
Treasurer ....,....... ....... Max Dorfmeister S- iliz
Chaplain .,.. .......... j ack Horner -mum! Messinger ,.,,,, ,,.,,, 'I ack Werner Hmm W
Guardian ,,,, ...,.. D ick Liningei'
Historian .... ...... J oe Pilkington
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N, Montagino, -I. Ritzenthaler. B. Long, R. Smalley, il. Mielke. I. Murawa, N. McClurg, B. Drake
. Zuelke. M Mulforil. T. Miller. D. Boyer, G. Hill. W. Dorf, R. Schiller, B. Mattison.
Brubaker. R. Peterson, T. Wcwods. W. Kronclce. R. Kuhlman. G. johnson, J. Fritsch.
Petcrman, P. Long, H. Hcinze, j. Connors. R. Perry.
PI FAPPA PHI
Beta Iota chapter of Pi Kappa Phi enjoyed a successful year on the
Toledo campus. During Homecoming the Pi Kaps netted a first place trophy
for the best float in the school's big parade. Nancy Bowen was the Candi
didate for T.U. Homecoming Queen. Immediately after Homecoming Pi
Kappa Phi pledged 17 fine men, who helped round out a growing and very
Founders' Day, which is always a big event, was celebrated on December
Sth at Harrison's Ranch House Banquet Hall. Gene Dunaway, past National
Secretary from Detroit, and University Dean of Students Donald S Parks
witnessed the presentation of awards to individual members.
Other social events, such as an orphans' party, several date parties and
a Christmas formal on December 26th, were topped by the annual Rose
Ball, the biggest and best yet. All Pi Kaps enjoyed their fraternity s success
to the fullest, following the motto, "Ours as a better year for Pi Kappa Phi
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President ........,..,.. Robert Drake
Treasurer ........, Norman McClur'g
Secretary .......... John Murawa
Marshall ,........ Richard Smalley
Historian ................ Willis Long
Chaplain ........ james Ritzenthaler
Pi Kap House
john Murawa Winning Float Candidate Bowen
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Huss. D. Henry. D. Beachy, J. Duwve, J. Dugan, I.. Andrews, P. Glann. D. Durr.
johnson. C. I. Kirschner, Sr.. C. jacoby, B. Leiter. L. Goggans, R. Brown, R. Gerwin. B. Kellogg,
G1'UtlWl-ifl, B. Fulop. T. E1'ilfSrn. J. Falvey. G. Valentine, D. Hanley, D. Hoppe, R. Bowman.
Ivfllfrli- J- Coder, C. Freed. R. Sackman, H. McCaffery, G. Booth.
Philipps, D. Rarnnl, D. jatohs. G. Gettum. B. Zedlitz, T. Grover, A. Takacs, E. Miller.
C'YI'1'CllH R. Hirssig. F. I.auHflcr. C. Reason. E. Gliatti. D. Knuth. C, J. Kirschner. jr.
R Carson, D. O'Ncill. -l. Sites. B. Borgelt. J. Burbank. H. Eschedor. J. Smith, R. Emch, K. McKee. L. Christiansen.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
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Ohio Nu chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon enjoyed its first year on the
University of Toledo campus with a full calendar of activities.
The Toledo Area Alumni chapter gave a Big-Little Brother Dinner
in honor of the actives October 20 in the cafeteria. The "big brotheru pro-
gram was introduced.
The 4th annual Sig-Alph Olympics, sorority field day, was staged in
the Glass Bowl, October 25. Contests included tug o' war, soft egg throw,
pie eating, football punting, tennis ball race, potato sack race and wheel-
The fraternity concluded rushing in December by pledging 58 freshmen.
The Black and Wfhite Ball. Christmas formal, was presented December
25 at the Secor Hotel. Members dressed in tuxedos and their dates in white
formals for the dance, a fraternity tradition on many campuses.
The Mardi Gras was December 4 at the fraternity house. Approximately
50 orphans were entertained at the Orphans' Christmas Party December 20
and a Poverty Party was held February 2. In addition, open houses for
sororities, stag smokers with other fraternities and smokers for members
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Vice-President ,,,.,......... ..,.. ........ P ete Goggrms
Corresponding Secretary ...v. ..,...... R onald Brown
Recording Secretary ...,...... ........ R obert Kellogg
Treasurer ...............,.. ......... R oger johnson
Assistant Treasurer ..,. ....,. ......,,. K e nt McKee
Historian ,,,..,,.,..,...... .,,r,.,...,..,,,.. R onnld Gerwin
Herald ....,.., ,,,,,,,,. C lurles Kirschner, Jr.
Marshall ....,. ,...,,,V,e..... R ichard Hoppe
Chaplain ...,.. ..,..,,,, B ernie Leiter
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Surprise! Seeing You Here What Rhythm!
1fD. lVIillw.ird, M. Walker, F. Treiber. D. Line, D. Peterson, D. Randolph. I. Desboeufs,
ZA-I. Bedcloes. D. Draheini, C. Seawater, J. Henning, T. Schnell, Dean A. Johnson. F. Kaucki, P. Huttcr.
3-R. Poitinger, R. Urie, D. Morris, D. Spear, F. Zahn. J. Lahr, R. Morgan.
4-T. Boclenmiller, J. Dunathan. D. Bruno, -I. Dobson, J. Miller, D Short.
5-XV, Zahn, T. Smith, R. Ritzenthaler. J. Griffin, D. Finch, M. Miklosek.
6-D. Moldcnhauer, J. Kritzer. L. Spinazze, E. DeBarr.
ABSENTEES-D. Berry, R, Breese. J. Delberg, R. Dyer, G. Hartman, -I. Halbach B. -lanowski, R. Kiker, I. Klein, G. Leber, K.
Lowe, F. MatPhie. N. MtPhail, J. Neal, W. Pence, A, Picknell, R. Preist, M. Schaeffer. H, Schnell, 71. Teigland. J. Welling,
1. Zedro, .bl Arhuthnot, DI. DePrisco, I.. Greeley, R. Winterhalter.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Again, for the second year in succession, Ohio Iota was awarded the
Interfraternity athletic participation trophy at the 1953 Queen of Hearts
Spring Formal at Catawba Cliffs Yacht Club. Sally Lindsey was crowned
Queen of Hearts at the formal. This years queen will be selected from one
of the three serenade sweethearts.
The school year's social activities began early in the fall with a "back
to school" dance held at the Stork's Nest. The rest of the year's social activi-
ties were tea dances with sororities, the three annual serenades, a "gay nine-
ties" party, numerous date parties, the Founders' Day Banquet, and. the two
formal dinner-dances-the Christmas Formal held at Toledo Yacht Club
and attended by over 90 couples and the Spring Formal at Catawba. Sig Ep
Homecoming Queen was Lilian Sanderson.
The chapter started the year by taking first place in volleyball, raising
hopes that the fraternity will equal last year's mark of four out of five
major sports trophies.
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Boy, P. Wal1l, D. Green, L. Pioth, A. Miller, D. Dress.
Green. B. Suzor. J. Knosky. L. Stahl, President, P. Hnlas.
Monsky. T Armentruut, L. Brechbill. N. King.
Kramer, T Totliit, J. Gunor.
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A. W,illlLlI1lS, D. Stcinem, j. Mackey, R. Ebert. R. Leistner. C. Lcistner. -l. Elliott, J. Sharp Dr. E. Hays.
ROXV --XV. Paisic, R Young, R. WLlltL'l', A. Sylak. D. Rettig, R. Rlffalton. N. Musiriloxvski,
RUXW 3-M. Biixlcy. R. Robison, rl. Howard. D. Buck, G, Burton. C. Cukierski, G, Dougherty.
ROW --AT. Holloway. C. J, jones, C, Jones, M. Griswold, bl. Harris.
RONX' 5fV, Tiffany. ,l. Mark, P. XVinslow. F. Kirschner.
ABil2NTEES-M, C.ilt.imuguio, li. Erikscn. R. Haynes. P. Hotmcr. E. Lillith. R. Martin, D. Sloan, T. Branclieau. D. Tlirailkill,
C. Testers, C. ldisenliower, S, Orite.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
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Three highlights of 1955-'54 for Tau Kappa Epsilon were buying an 11-
room house at the corner of Putnam and Batavia Streetsg pledging 24 fresh-
men, and observing the annual Teke Wfeek with its daily parties.
Socially, athletically and scholastically, the Tekes were leaders. The
traternity sponsored weekly stag, date or sorority parties, a Founders' Day
banquet and a Christmas formal. The athletic teams placed high in all inter-
fraternity sports and retained the regional Teke bowling championship.
The group also remained a leader in grades.
The school year reached its climax for the Tekes when the fourth
annual "Festival of the Red Carnation" was held in June as part of Teke
Weelz. A new sweetheart, selected from sorority Sweetheart candidates, was
crowned by her predecessor, Angeline Schneider, of Phi Beta Phi.
Individually, Tekes were among campus leaders. Included in "Who's
Wlio" were Norm Musialowski, President of Student Councilg Richard
Young, editor of the Blockhouseg Mike Griswold, President of Interfra-
trnity Council, and Carl Leistner, former S.C. rep, class veep and member
of numerous honoraries. Paul Vifinslow was Vice-President of the Junior
Classg George Dougherty, V-P of the Military Science Clubg Bob Martin,
editor of the Student Handbook.
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ROW I-B. Gasiorowski. H. lN'fiarV.1y. Sari Saunrlers. Vice-Presidentg D. Ott.
Secretary-Treasurer3 Don Saunders. Presidentg B. Frazier. Social Chairman.
J. Biernacki, J. Kwiatkowsl-zi. ROW? 2--B. Cosgrove. K. Greishaber, B.
Havnes, G. Brantleberry, C. Krause, D. Wfines, J. Makmvski. J. Printki. N.
Lewis. B. Taylor. D. Wfzltlcins.
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ROW 1-R. Louviaux, O. Beckhoff, Dr. A. Solberg. -I. Rug
ROW 2--I. Long, R. Marciniak. I.. Wailter, J. Wliitten. M.
ge D. Keller, M. Batch. R. Schmidt. R. Rose.
Iuarez. E. Kohler, D. XXfojtmvicz. F. Petsche.
ROW 5-j. Cory, D. Janes. VI. Sager, R. Reinlein. F. I-lolas, R. Tillotson, D Bradley.
Row 4-J. Koester. B. Shepler. 1. Helder, D. warm, Di.
Venters. I. Dans. R. Dietz.
ABSENTEES-G. Aubell, K. Fric-iid. N, Hagerlorn. D. Horton, I. Huff.
Theta Chi enjoyed a very successful year, both scholastically and
A fun-filled week at Indian Lake was the first event of the summer.
Painting and decorating of the house came next. School began and Theta
Chi received the top scholastic average for fraternities on campus and an
award from the national chapter. After several very successful rush parties
Theta Chi pledged 7 upperclassmen and 20 frosh.
Theta Chi's Christmas Formal topped the holiday season. An orphans'
party was held jointly with Alpha Omicron Pi sorority at the fraternity
house. In early spring the chapter had its annual exodus to the regional
convention at Ohio University.
Throughout the year the chapter benefitted greatly by help from the
Alumni Association. Frequent sorority parties as well as stag parties high-
lighted the social calendar.
jim Rogge led the chapter, assisted by Dave Keller, Vice-Presidentg
Mel Batch, Secretaryg and Ken Friend, Treasurer.
Important among the wheels on campus was Dave Keller, who held
the posts of junior men's representative and social chairman of the Student
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Treasurer .....,,,., ......r.,... K en Friend V SX
Pledge Master ,...,, ....,.... D utch Beckhoff
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Marshall ., ......,..... .....,.,,., L arf Huff If" 'afffgi' 3
Second Marshall ..... ....,.. D erm lilorton , A
Librarian .....,...., .,.,,4. R oger Rose if V
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The Choir of the University of To-
ledo. under the direction of Dr. Lloyd
Sunderman, feels proud of its accom-
plishments for this year,
The 100 members of the choir en-
joyed giving the Thanksgiving, Christ-
mas and lzaster "TU On TV" programs.
The choir also sang for several religious
convocations throughout the year which
were well received by the student body
Many varied and interesting concerts
were given for high schools in the
Toledo area and on Good Friday, the
choir sang for the services at the Para-
mount Theatre which are sponsored
each year by the Toledo Council of
The presentation of St. Paul's Ora-
torio at the annual Spring Concert
brought to a climax a successful year,
The ollicers were: Richard Rose,
President, Betty Lou Weber, Vice-
Presidentg Eileen Duck, Secretaryg Carol
Tolley, Herbert Martin, Joyce Butler.
and John Paszek, Librarians.
ROW! 1-E. Duck, D. Carlson. S. McCormack, V. Bowes, D. Kelly, I. Laudenslager.
B. XXfeher. C. Tolly. J. W'itl-zer, D. Ganson, L. Thomas. J. Kohl. E. Wfatt, J. Smith,
G. Hutchinson, L. Hill. C. Rc-eb. M. Cox. ROW' 2-D. Gilson, P. Jones, E. Williariis,
M. Shanteau. M. Young, B. Leutz. D, -Iamra. E. Benson. I. Demercljean, B. Fitz, S.
Meyers. M. Dominque, M. Buschman, R. Paul, P. Haller. ROXV 3-D. Rose. H. lvfartin,
ul. Evanoff, J. Cook. K. Krueger, P. Rynder, S. Shields, B. Pancoff, J. Clark, S. Dorsey,
YI. DePrisco, D. Bochenek. xl. Pasael-1, L. Puccetti, I. Harris, G. Bartholomew. ROW -1-
L. Stockard, R. Powell, M, Bauer, J. Michalak, R. Conley, J. Kujawa, R. Ebert,
D. Roebuck, D. Wfasheck, D. Potter. D. Paul, G. Metzger, D. Klein, L. Payne,
-lf D. Anderson, B. Meinen. Accompanist--S, Smilax.
ALPHA PHI GAMMA
ROXV l--l. R. Long. A Fosnight. P. Oherle, N. Cole.
NOT IN PICTURITQP. Vick, vl. Shire, B. lay, Brunner, and Cv. Thompson.
Gerxvin, liznshaxv. D. Short, P. L. Hlvhnson. li. Teitlebauni, L. Hawkins.
Alpha Phi Gamma, national journal-
istic honorary fraternity, pays recogni-
tion to University upperclassmen inter-
ested and proficient in the liield of
Highlights of the year included
monthly meetings featuring guest speak-
ers, outstanding representatives of the
local press. Activities were coordinated
with the proposed Press Club for under-
classmen, and members of the Campus
Collegian and Blockhouse stalfs, formed
the nucleus of the organization. The
group also assisted in planning the Ohio
College Newspaper Association's 28th
annual convention, held on Campus
Officers are: President, Elliott Teitle-
baumg lst Vice-President, Dick Toriog
Znd Vice-President, Alice Fosnight,
Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy Cole, and
Bailitf, Ron Gerwin. Advisers are D. F.
Emch, jesse Long, and P. Oberle.
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Vice-President .......,.v..,..,.... George Butz
Treasurer . ..,. .
.. ....... Roger Trinkner
Scalpel Reporter ............ Roger Trinkner
Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national honor society dedicated
entirely to the interests of premedical students. The object of
the society is to encourage excellence in premedical scholarship,
to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of premedical
education in the study of medicine, to promote cooperation
and contacts between medical and premedical students and
educators in developing an adequate program of premedical
education, and to bind together similarly interested students.
The outstanding event of the year was the annual Christ-
mas party. This party serves as a homecoming for alumnae who
are now attending medical school or are in graduate studies.
Another big event is the initiation banquet which usually occurs
in February and is attended by all the honorary members. Dr.
H. M. Bowman is the advisor and takes a very active and per-
sonal interest in the organization.
ALPHA EPSILON DELTA
ROW' 1-J. Dugan. T. Fauble, Dr. Bowman, R. Boyd, D. Norton. ROW 2-Dr. Sieman, Dr. Solberg. D. Klotz. G. Butz, T. Benson,
R. Tiplady. ROW' 5-Dr. Dodson, R. Trinkner, R. Hertzberg, Dr. Otldy. NOT IN PICTURE'-I. Mattoni, R. Teague. R. Sheon, S.
Hall. H. Abrams, D. Peterson. XV. 'xXfaltc'rs, R. Flores, D, Steinem.
-.A . - - f - ' I- - .1.-:-v.'...- .gxmxaxax .. " A" fr? .3r4'..': N3 ' '
ROW! 1iV. Bauman. G. Noller, R. Morgan. D. Line, VU. Dorf, D. Kidney, J. Huifer.
ROXX' 2-R. Grebbs. B. Andrews. N. McClurg. -I. Neff, F. Hall, R. Poitinger. D. Bradley.
ROW' 5-J. Todak, F. Laurier, -I. Long. E. Vick, B. Papenfus.
X'ice-President .. .............. Victor Bauman
lreasurer ........................ Robert Morgan
Master of Rituals ....... ...... J ames Huifer
ALPHA KAPPA PSI
To further the individual welfare of its membersg to foster
scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and
financeg to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher
ideals thereing and to promote and advance in institutions of
college rank, courses leading to degrees in Businss Administra-
tion-these are the aims of Alpha Kappa Psi!
Gamma Eta Chapter has held a diversified program de-
signed to further promote business awareness here at the Uni-
versity of Toledo. This program has included professional
meetings with such outstanding speakers as Mr. Iames Fenner,
Vice-President of Auto-Lite: Mr. Edward jackson, Placment
Director at the University of Toledog Mr. Grove Patterson, Mr.
Philip Robinson, Personnel Manager of Auto-Liteg Richard
Koehrman. Alumnig and many others. Also featured are field
trips, movies, and our luncheon meetings.
New York City was the scene of Alpha Kappa Psi's Golden
Anniversary Convention early last fall, and, Gamma Eta Chap-
ter was represented by eight men.
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Zeta Lambda Chapter of Alpha
Phi Omega, National Service Fra-
ternity, newly reorganized at the be-
ginning of the fall semester of 1955
after a year of inactivity, renewed its
effort to bring together college men
in the fellowship of the Scout Oath
The program of this fraternity for
former Scouts is founded on service
to the student body and faculty, ser-
vice to youth and community, to
members of the fraternity, ard to the
nation as a participating citizen. ln
addition to having previous experi-
ence in the Scout Movement, a stu-
dent must prove an earnest desire to
render service to others before he
can attain active membership.
Otficers are: President, Robert
Finchg Vice-President, Loren Mc-
Clanahan: Secretary, William Pat-
richg Alumni Secretary, David Frost,
Treasurer, Marvin Davisg Sergeant-
At-Arms, Willis Longg and Chap-
lain, Richard Emch.
ROW 1-E. Foster. R Finch, R. Nowak, N. Lune.
ROW' 2-R. Robinson. D. Frost. L. McClanalian. M. Lighthall, R. Schiller.
ROW 1-F. Frey. L. Lettofslcy, H. Ansel, D. Seiger, S. Kohn, A. Feldman.
ROW 2-A. AbI'1il'I1S. A. Leizman, H. Mayers, M. Kleinstub. A. Broolcenthal.
ROW 5-M. Cohen, S. Asnien, J. Green, L. Neumann.
ROXV -1-D. Richman, B. Margolis. E. Berggrund.
Not in Picture-M. Eppell. J. Freen. M. Hirsch, H. Parislcy. A. Selrenick. S. Swartz,
Sigma Chapter of Alpha Zeta
Omega, Pharmaceutical Fraternity,
continued toward its objectives of
instilling in its members the virtues
of mutual trust, sympathy, faithful-
ness and unselhshness, in order to
advance our chosen profession and
better serve the increasing needs of
the doctor and the patient.
Social activities also were not
neglected and our many dances were
climaxed by an initiation dinner-
dance in May.
Sigma Chapter of Alpha Zeta
Omega is justly proud of its part in
improving the future of Pharmacy.
Officers are, Daniel Seiger, Direc-
torum, Aaron Leizman, Sub-direc-
torumg David Richman, Signareg and
Bernard Margolis, Exchequer. The
chapter experienced a highly suc-
cessful ycar that included profession-
al meetings with guest speakers and
President ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,A B eatrice Appleman
Vice-Presidcnts..Ted Ball, Danny Seigcr
'l'rcasurer ....,, ,...,..,.,.,..... E d Smicll
Sctretary .. ,,YYY,,..,....,..., lane Rectenwald
Sergeant-At-Arms ....,.7,.,...... Ed Stonis
Advisor ,,,,,, ,,,,,, D lf K. H. Stahl
The American Pharmaceutical Association is a national
organization, with a student branch at the University of Toledo.
The purpose of the organization is to further the interests of
the students in the profession of pharmacy.
In October the APhA held a wiener roast to welcome the
freshmen into the College of Pharmacy. Other events included
the annual Cripplecl Childrens Party before Christmas vaca-
tion, under the leadership of Danny Seiger. In May, representa-
tives attended the District Four Convention given this year at
Purdue University. A Spring Dance and a Memorial Day Picnic
were the final highlights of the year.
AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION
ROXV 1 A. Rue-ttingcr. M. liuttler, B. Appleman, G. Booker. -I. Rcttcnwald. M, McClure, R. Panluszeslci, S. Hoffman, B. Wis-
nicwsl-zi. ROW' 2-M. Heiningt-r, F. Frey, S. Kohn. li. Stonis. L. Lettofsky. D. Sciger, A. Feldman. B. judis. ROW' 5-R. Daguc,
N. Cohen. lf. Hcrggrun. A. Leizman. H. Ansel. K. Stahl. ROXW el-B. Margolis. R. Stahl. G. Wfhite. J. Greene, G- Slli-ZU1'U, L' NCU-
mann. N, lieiluroni. ROW iiXXf'. Ritzmiin j. Rupp, R. Grit-smen, E. Smich. D. Doetlerlein, T. Ball. R. Wfyrnan, -I. Desliocufs.
ROW 1-Professor Saxer. C, Bruns, R, Kreps, E. Szkudlarek, C. Wfyraz.
ROYX' 2-B. B. lireese, C. I-Iudecek, P. DeSalvo, VI. Wliitten, R .Smith, C. Freed.
ROXX' 3-P. Irmen. -I. Mackey. B. Naxeaux. R. Reinlein. G. Rubel.
ROW -1-D. Adler, D. Gartz, T. lN'Iriiezkowski,
The purpose of the student chap-
ter of the American Society of Civil
Engineers is to help civil engineering
students to enrich their college
courses by beginning those profes-
sional contacts and associations
which, continued through life, are
so valuable to the practicing engineer.
Chapter members conduct chapter
activities, hold office, secure outside
speakers and extend hospitality while
they are on campus, visit engineering
works under construction, make re'
ports to the Society, and read the
publications of the Society.
The student chapter, then, is to
help the student prepare himself for
entry into the profession and the
The officers of the chapter are:
Paul De Salvo, Presidentg Richard
Reinlein, Vice-Presidentg Carl Bruns,
Secretary, Chester Wy'r11z, Treasurer,
Prof. L. Saxer, Advisor.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OE CIVIL ENGINEERS
AMERICAN SOCIETY OE MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
The student chapter of the Ameri-
can Society of Mechanical Engineers
has just completed its fourth year as
an organization at the University of
Toledo. Its membership consists of
mechanical and mechanical-industrial
engineering students. The chapter
sponsors a series of plant trips, tech
rzical movies, discussions of technical
subjects, and acquaints students with
industry and the engineering pro-
Meetings are held once a month,
and a prominent speaker in the en-
gineering or management phase of
industry is usually procured. High-
light of last year's meetings was 1
ioint banquet with the Toledo Chap-
ter of A.S.M.E., followed by a plant
trip to the Clyde Porcelain Steel Co..
located at Clyde, Ohio.
Officers are: Richard Nowak,
President, jack Zedro, Vice-Presi-
dent, Williana Giles, Secretary, Clif-
ford Knopp, Treasurer.
ROW l-J. Baumherger. R. Elliott YI. Nye, P .Mnrlan. P. Sprague. R. VI. Nowak.
ROW 2-J. Herman. XV. Giles, D. Ptaszynski. VU. Kerslimv, G, Cotta. R. Henning.
ROW 3-G, Pankratz, P. Hays. R, Schiller, C Knnpp, R. Bins, tl. Zedro, L. Lenkey.
ROW 1-Dean Parks. vl. Connors, D. Line, J. Shibley, Prof. Long.
ROXW 3-D. Bruno, A. Sadd. C. -locoby. E. Kemper, E. Teitlebaum.
President and Alumni
Secretary .,...,,....,..,,., joseph D, Shibly
Vice-President ...,..............., Devcrc Line
Secretary-Treasurer ...........,.. Ted Grover
Secretary .....,........ Elliot Teitlcbaum
Historian ..,,...,, ,,,,.,,, QI ohn Connors
Membership to Blue Key National Honorary Fraternity
is the highest honor a University man may attain. Blue Key
recognizes only Junior and Senior male students who have
shown outstanding ability in leadership, scholarship, and extra-
curricular activities. Membership is limited to no more than
Blue Key is the largest Men's National Honorary in the
world. To be tapped into Blue Key serves two fold, to gain
entrance into the select circle, and to serve notice to fellow
students that a leader on campus has been recognized.
Tapping ceremonies are held twice yearly. The first was
conducted at the Christmas Formal. Men admitted were: joe
Areddy, Dom Bruno, Chuck Jacoby, and Ed. Kemper. Members
from last year were john Connors, Ted Grover, Phil Hall,
Devere Line, Gene Owczarzak, Adeb Sadd, joe Shibly, and
Elliot Teitlebaum. Members within the faculty are President
Asa S. Knowles, Dean D. Parks, Jesse Long, and Dr. Archie
Solberg. Advisor to the group is jesse R. Long.
ROW 1-D. Norton, C. Cannon. E. Blane, G. Frye, H. Collier. B. judis.
ROW 2-R. Boyd. R. I-Iertzberg. D. KlJtz, R. Trinkler. G. Butz, Dr. F. Brinley.
Not in Picture-J. Arndt, J. Booth, T. Fauble, R, Flores, P. Geisert. S. Hall. M. jones.
I. Mehsen, I. Matonni, I. Rinpon, D, Steinem. V. Spenthoff, B. Wfalters.
Beta Beta Beta is L1 national hon-
orary society that was organized in
1922. The fraternity has three major
aims. These are: to encourage inves-
tigation in the life sciences. to pro-
mote the dissemination of scientific
truth, and to stimulate sound scholar-
In 1953 Beta Beta Beta acquired
a lodge on the Maumee River that is
now being used as a laboratory and
clubhouse. Our advisor and members
have devoted much time in improv-
ing the lodge and landscape. In the
past spring Beta Beta Beta was host
to the Northwestern Subregional
Convention, at which several inter-
esting scientihc papers were pre-
Officers are: Edna Blane, Presi-
dentg Tom Fauble, Vice-Presidentg
Donald Norton, 2nd Vice-Presidentg
Carolyn Cannon, Secretary-Treasun
ery I-Iellen Collier, Historiang Dr. F.
I Brinley, Advisor.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB
The Business Administration Club
was organized on the campus of the
University of Toledo in 1929. It is
open to all students in the College
of Business Admrnistration. The club
strives to acquaint the student with
the actual work of business, to fur-
ther the knowledge and interest in
the various fields of business, and to
provide fellowship among its
Among its activities are tours of
various industrial organizations, talks
and discussions by leading business-
men, and social functions including
the student-faculty picnic held in the
Bill Timbers serves as President
to the organization, and Sally Lind-
sey is Secretary and Treasurer.
ROW 1-DI. Manley. D. Line. G. Thompson.
ROXW Z-B. Crosby. j Delbecq, B. Morgan.
ROW' I--D. Evarioff, S, Chapman. -F. Dorf, -?-, A, Lindsay,
RCWU 2'-f-VU, Dorf. L. Mcclzlnahan, B. Haddad, G. Cutler, B. Henderson, G. Brawnci
P1'C5ldCl'1f ,A,,,,, ,A,,,, D orothy Evanotf
Vice-President .....,,,. Wendell Dorf
'I reasurer ,l,l... l..,,.,.. G eorge Brawner
Rev. james Reasner
The Canterbury Club is the religious organization on the
campus primarily designed for Episcopal students. It is a chap-
ter of a national organization of the same name whose purpose
is to serve the mission of Christianity in higher education by
fostering among the students a better understanding of the
faith and practice of the Episcopal Church and among its mem-
bers a loyalty to its corporate life.
During the Campus Conference on Religion the club spon-
sored a Corporate Communion in the student union for the
Episcopal members of the faculty and student body. The club
also sponsored a religious discussion at Bowling Green State
University, and an evensong service combined with another
religious organization, during the Lenten Season.
In May the organization gave a party for all the Episcopal
high school students of the Toledo Region to interest them in
the University and the Canterbury Club.
The Chemical Engineering Society
at the University of Toledo was or-
ganized in the fall of 1949 for the
purpose of providing fellowship
among students with like interests in
the fields of engineering and indus-
trial chemistry. One of its chief aims
is to increase the scope of its mem-
bers in their chosen profession by
drawing on the knowledge of work-
ers in the field.
During th academic year, speakers
from various industries in Toledo
contributed to the extension of ideas
and ideals. Relaxation was provided
by an occasional movie. The last
meeting of the year is traditionally
a picnic held at one of the local parks
for the election of officers and as a
farewell to the graduating seniors.
Oificers for the academic year
1955-1954 include: john Kehn,
Presidentg Phil LaPlante, Vice-Presi-
dent-Secretaryg and Frank Sartor,
ROW 1-P. LaPIante. Pl. Baker, W. Hess.
ROW 2-J. Kehn, W. Harshman, D. O'Neill, F. Sai'tiwi4
Not in Picture-L. Spanoudis. R, Beaverstoek, R. Dye,-, J, Baker, L, Stull-115, Kiinupinski,
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CLUB
ROW 1-M. Cox, B. Kubic, S. Clark. -I. Price, H. Adams.
ROW 2-J, Witker, D. Redman, P. Cole, C. Monday, C. jones. M. Moye.
Last October nine musicians were
pledged to the Chimes Club,
WOIDEHIS band honorary. They were:
Marilyn Cox. Shirley Clark, Clossie
jones, Mary Moye, Jeri Witker, Lou-
ann Adams, and Majorettes Shirley
Carrol and Shirley Davis.
The group co-sponsored the an-
nual Rocket Band Banquet where
Chimes members V. Kubic received
the three year sv. eater award, and
Price received the four year varsity
T award. These were awarded as
recognition for participation in the
Chimes and Kappa Kappa Psi,
men's band honorary, redecorated .1
studio on the sixth Hoot. The groups
co-sponsored .in open house for the
music faculty, and the marching and
Officers are Beverlee Kubic, Presi-
dentg Dee Redman, Vice-Presidentg
Shirley Clark, Secretaryg and Marilyn
The Rocket Bands half-time performances showed real
spirit this year at the football games. The band also played
several concerts during the past year, including the Annual
Spring Concert, May Day celebration, Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas programs. The Band also made a TV appearance.
An award system honors the outstanding bandsman of
the year with a loving cup and entry of their name on a plaque
hanging in the Rehearsal Hall. Lois Kear received this award
Awards are also given each year to members for service
in the Band. These are 2, 3, and 4 year awards:
Two-Year Awards: Gold Pins-Jerry Carnicom, jerry De-
Prisco, Lois Kear, James Myers, Tom Pachelief, Bill Screptock,
Bud Schnell, and Harold Waters.
Three-Year Awards: Sweaters-james Benson, John Bed-
does, john Burbank, Philip Bush, Larry Greeley, john Huff-
man, Beverly Kubic, and james Len.
Four-Year Awards: Letters-Dan Cassidy, Lee jackson,
and Judy Price.
EANDING-Gerald DePrisco, Louannc- Adams. Harold Smith, Director. Y
BACK ROXV-james Len, Charles Adams, Williaiii Screptock, Merit Lighthall, Jeri Vfhifizer. Ronald Ellison, Clossie jones, Stephen
Carsner. Robert Glauser, james Myers, Shirley Clark, Jerold Carnicom, James Bayes.
SECOND ROW!-jerry Overly, Thonias Pachelieff. Mary Moye, Carolyn Monday, Williiini Jenkins. Daniel Cassidy, Lee Jackson.
Louis Payne. James Benson. Bexerlee Kubic, Judith Price, Daniel Kingman. john Ginther,
FRONT ROX30'-Donald Seeman, Philip Bush. Richard Ratner. John Burbank, -lohn Huffman, john Beddoes, Richard Waslieck, Mary-
ROW I-A. Etters, T. Frazer, Miss Davis. A. Hoffman. B. Soule, J. Farkas,
ROW 2-R. Robison, A. Field, B. Finch. K. Miller, A. Schindler. D. Kinnee.
ELLEN RICHARDS CLUB
The Ellen H. Richards Club is
open to any woman student inter-
ested in home economics.
Seven members attended the
Northwestern Ohio Home Econom-
ics Regional Conference at Bowling
Green. Buffet suppers followed the
monthly business meetings, giving
students an opportunity to apply
their knowledge of home economics.
Other activities were the bake sale
and bazaar, freshman tea, foreign
student's party, father-daughter ban-
quet and mother-daughter tea.
An award system for activeness
rewards members with leadership
Dr. Helen Marley is advisor. Mary
Ann Rerucha is Presidentg Beverlei-
Kubic, Vice Presidentg Nancy Bow-
en, Secretaryg Nancy Hipp, Treasur-
er, Margaret Shanteau and Nancy
Traditionally, Delta X opened this
year's activities with a get-acquainted
roast at Ottawa Parl-:. Every third
Wednesday of the month after that
anyone could find the members at a
dinner meeting in the Student Un-
ion. In keeping with tradition also,
the Vice-President who is also the
program chairman gave the first talk
at the first regular meeting. After
that guest speakers were invited or
members themselves gave talks on
varied mathematical subjects. If you
ever saw a "Delta Xer" wandering
around the halls of T.U. counting
the number of tiles in a certain cor-
ridor or finding thc sum ofthe prime
factors of .1 certain locker combina-
tion you knev. the members were on
a mathematical treasure hunt.
Membership into this organization
is opened to any girl who is taking
analytical geometry or any higher
math course or to any man who is
taking calculus or higher.
The year was brought to a fitting
close by the spring banquet at which
all the graduating seniors were hon-
ored and the officers for the new
year were elected. The officers for
1955-195-L were: Anita Etters, Presi-
dentg Donald Kinnee, Vice-Presi-
dentg julia Farkas, Secretary-Treas-
urer. The club is ably advised by
Miss Violet Davis.
N. Hipp, P. Tanber, B. Kubic. N. Rogers. C. Harrison, J. Bell.
Rerucha, N. Barcelona, J. Mauk, M. Shanteau, J. Clarke.
. Bowen. M, Cowell, D. Gibson, N. Fisher, H. Marley.
Rotondo. M. Stoll. S. O'I.oughlin. Miss M. Gray.
ROW 1-j. Keifer. G. Wfetmore. R. Harncr. C, Smith. D. Bonacci. S. Evanoff. D. Wfem, R. DePolo. l-I. Ansel, A. Leizman, E. Berg-
grun. Asnien. D. Durr. M, Cm. P. Lockett. ROW 2-R. Bierley. C. Waid. E. Platten. S. Hall, C. Zancs. H. Leupp, D. Dalton, R
Stromtelil, D. Melrose. D. Bergmann. S. Cir.1. -I. Katzenstein. B. johnson. W. Bell. NW. Collins. E. Kaiser. E. Pitcher. ROW 3-
Runes, B. Carr. E. Leopold. M. Straziuso, C Tecters, J. Vedila, R. Sonne, Stonis, J. McBride. C. Umbles. A. Masha. nl. Wise. E
Riehm, R. Iidnie. J. Baumherger. L. Liedel. ROW' 4-B. Hudalc, D. Vogelsang, D. Ely. D. Drake, E. Smich, D. Suntala, G. Shizuru
T. Ball. N, HCilllDA!t'l'. C. Stoneburner. I.. Kimble, B. Drixer. F, Gluth, YI. Koxcr, 11. Spence. R. Kronsis, bl. Maxwell. G, Stoyanoff.
President .. .... ..... Dewey Duff
Vice Presidcnt ...... .......... A lzlbi M.1Sl1Ll
St-rrc-tary ......... .... George Wetniore
'I'rc-rigtirtrr ,.,,,, .,...... K ent McKee
Advisor ...,, ,,,,,,. l fugene Schoclc
Being one of the newest and largest groups of the Univer-
sity this year, the Dowd-Nash-White Club was heard from in
school politics, rallies, intra-mural sports, dances, and many
other school activities. Most of the varsity athletes lived in the
dormitories and had a great following of fans from this group.
The club has its own newspaper, a representative govern-
ing body, and a dormitory court. Leagues in basketball and
volleyball functioned last winter. Chess and ping pong tourna-
ments were held. All winners were given medals.
The group held an after-the-game dance in the new ROTC
Armory following the Ft. Belvoir football game. They also
entered a float in the Homecoming parade, and supported a
candidate for Homecoming Queen. They brought Tony Mor-
relli to entertain at the pep rally for Homecoming and helped
to support the TU Vets Club for pep rallies where many name
recording artists were presented.
A group of boys from the dormitory gave a Christmas party
for the children at the Miami Orphans Home, Maumee, Ohio.
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The Elementary Education Club got off to a good start
this year with a supper meeting, planning session, and an in-
spirational talk by our advisor, Dr. Carver, who discussed our
special project for the year, that of teacher recruitment.
Our November meeting was planned in conjunction with
OFFICERS the Religious Emphasis Wfeek-Religion in the Professions-
I U and consisted of a timely movie and speaker.
Pfwdem --'-'----e ------ P hYH'5 Hauer The annual Christmas party was held this year at the Lucas
Vrre presrdmt .,.-- ----"V J and Ben County Childrens Home and again, it brought much satisfac-
tion to club members as well as enjoyment to the chrldren.
SCCWLUY A---'- ------"--'---- C M01 Hutfef This drew the year 1953 to a close.
Treasurer --q,--- ,--,-,-- J Oanne McKinney Plans for events in the new year included a party and
tour of th Elementary Education Department for High School
students interested, a reunion with former members of our club,
honoring the ones who founded it, a student teacher panel,
speakers and movies, and a tea and roast in the spring. We feel
that we have had a very successful year and we are grateful to
the faculty members of the El. Ed. Dpartment who have helped
us so much.
Advisor ......... ......... D r. Velda Carver
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION CLUB
ROW I-S. Taylor, S Starkey, G. Vourdouris, R. Matthews, J. Baim, B. judis, N. Henry, M. Collins. D. Lambert, I. Dorfmeister,
-I. LaStrange, B. McKay. D. Evanohf, J. Matyok, B. Williams. ROW 2-J. Riggs, j. Eyman, A. Hagerty, S. Hart, S. Fears, E. Church.
S. Paul. M. Faluds. C. Huifer, A. Pethke, N. Falor, P. Downer. ROW 3-B. Lemle, I. Smith. A. Harry, G. Duerson, Martin. M.
Drake, J. I.aPoint, J. Peters, E. Byczynski. ROW 4--E. Dauster, M. Delaplane, V. Kirby, Dr. Stephens, B. Gorman, N. Poulson,
P. Abrass, B. Grothjan.
President A,A,,,,, ,,,,,,,, D iclc DCVOF:
Vice President ,,,A, ,,,,,,, B ob Louviaux
Secretary ,,,,,,,, A,,,,,, L il Sanderson
Treasurer ,,..,. Y,.,,.. l :rank Gallo
The arts represented in the Fine Arts Club are music, art,
drama, critical and creative writing, and dancing.
The purpose of the Fine Arts Club is to give arts significant
and vital standing in the program of the University of Toledo.
It is arranged to enrich cultural life of campus opportunities
to hear, see, and appreciate student talent, and support any
cultural activity that the University may sponsor.
One of the projects sponsored by the club is the Fine Arts
Night which is given in the spring of the year. This is the
main event of the year because each of the five divisions is
represented. Other events were window displays downtown,
one-man shows on the fourth level, a television show, and a
one month private showing at the Toledo Artists Club by the
FINE ARTS CLUB
ROW lili. Taylor, S. Chapman, J. Price, L. Sanderson, D. DeVore, A. Gutridgc. S. Smilax.
ROW 2-B. Louviaux, F Ga u T Glove P, Bush I Grant
. F. .. . .
ROW! 1fL. Carmo. -T. Nedelec, G. Drouviotou. J. Turner. I. Baehre. Dr. Adamczyk. R. Strunz. S. Thomas. M. Aslanian. M. Go. NW.
I-Iudak. ROW 211. Peconick. I, Micznik. S. Micznik. R. Sonne. A. Masha. N. Saffar. 5. Patitsas. M. Nasser. H. Thomas. S. Lazaris,
M. Kamgar. ROW 5-F. Khalaf. W. Giles, V. Lampathakis, K. Lampathakis. R. Al-dohaissi, A. Kristoif. J. Sanduk. S. Kontaratos.
G. Mataors, G. Cotta. NOT IN PICTURE-A. Ramzi. D. Luciano. G. Marcus.
As the number of foreign students increased yearly. they
began to associate together forming a group which last year
grew into a definite organization, whose activity has been
greatly increased this past year.
OFFICERS A variety of social events, including parties, mixers, and
teas, were held on an average of one per month. Several of
Pfemlcm ---- '-'---- G llbeft Com these featured folkloric dances, with skits and songs from clif-
, A ferent countries. In between these. business meetings were held,
Secretary ..... .,..... j im Turner , . . . . .
the work of which included the revision of the constitution.
Tfczlsurfr ...... ..... S onia Thomas One of the chief aims of the club has been the furtherance
of international understanding, cooperation, and interest. To
this end, it is hoped that the different social affairs have enabled
many students to become better acquainted with the life and
customs of other countries, thus encouraging international
goodwill to start right here on the campus.
ROW' 1-P. Wfasheck. M. Zachman. N. Henry, P. Haller, D. Reiter. R. Rowe. N. Terry. F. Harrison. ROXX' 2fS. Taylor. B. McKay.
rl. Smith. A. Pethke. M. Shanteau. A. Leadbetter. M. Collum. ROW 5-E. Byczynski. J. Sparks. .l Sonntag. B. Crunkilton. A. Madalin-
ski. ROXV 4-M. Delaplane. M. Faulds. S. Hart. G. Wittenberg. S. Boehringer. RONV 5-J. lNlcKinney, S. Shields, C. I-luffer. B.
Kuhitz. C. Snead. ROW 6-S. Ellsworth. C, Rouse. B. Fitz. S. Meek, D. Young. ROXV 7-M. Blanchard. E. Taylor. ROW 8-D.
Potter, L. Congcr. D. Dayton. -l. Johnstone. J. Smith.
FUTURE TEACHERS OE AMERICA
The Philip C. Nash chapter of the F.T.A. has been active at
the University of Toledo for six years. The F.T.A. is an organization
open to all students in the college of education.
The chapter has a junior membership in the National Education
Association and the Ohio Education Association. entitling members to
receive the N.E.A. and O.E.A. journals and to attend the education
F ' ' . . . .
O FICER5 conterences sponsored by these groups in area cities. The purpose of
. . th cl b 's to hel tho A t d- t A th- Colle e of Ed cat'on become
PfK5lLlCf1f ......... .-.Donna Bonn Reiter U I . P . Sc Su Cn? In C. , g u I
better acquainted with the teaching profession.
Vim Prcsidllntm H W-,Nancy Henry An increasing interest in the chapter accounts for the numerous
advantages and activities sponsored throughout the year. Among the
Sccrcmry Am-vRuth Rowe many events. include a get-together welcoming the new -members, and
the gala Christmas Party given by the Bowling Green University F.T.A.
Trctmlmr -YYY--,Dick Young at their campus. Throughout the past years this chapter has helped
organize high school F.T.A. chapters and has provided many speakers
at their meetings.
The University Chapter has earned the seal ofthe Victory Honor
Roll for six consecutive years, by making a 10 percent gain in member-
ship and by having more than SO members. The advisor of E.T.A. is
Mr. Edward Wfickes. to whom much of the chapter's success is due.
Mary Doncoes was president during the first semester.
The International Relations Club
is an organization composed of stu-
dents interested in foreign countries
and world affairs. The Club is affilia-
ted with hundreds of other collegiate
chapters throughout the United
States and Canada and is also a mem-
her of the Ohio Conference of Inter-
national Relations Clubs.
Activities of the current year be-
gan with the elections of officers and
the appointment of committee chair-
men for the year. Monthly meetings
were scheduled and consisted of en-
lightening round-table discussions of
the current world events.
Officers for the year were Jodie
Manley, Presidentg Alabi Masha.
Vice Presidentg Nancy Henry, Secre-
taryg and Carol Huifer, Treasurer.
Dr. Willard Smith served as faculty
advisor to the group.
ROW 1-1. Fenn, C. Mmvery, 5. Kahel, S. Bnelningqlq
ROV' 3-B. Henderson. I. Manley. A. Masha.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB
IVY LEAF CLUB
ROW 1-G. Robertson. I. Clark, E. Williams. C. Coles, DI. Garry, Z. Green.
ROW 2-M. Move, G. Maniece, N. Ellis, E. Benson.
NOT IN PICTURE+S. Thomas, O. Moore, W, Tompson. M. Clark. B. Nixon.
FI. Burton. M. T'opsil.
The Ivy Leaf Club pledge to Alpha
Kappa Alpha sorority is one of the
most active clubs in the community.
The club is used as a training club
for future Alpha Kappa Alpha
women. This Organization has trie-l
during the school year to remain,
according to tradition, a credit to
Alpha Kappa Alpha.
The major projects for this year
were: a Christmas basket, a semi-
formal, dinner for Alpha Lambda
Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha, and
a Easter egg hunt for elementary
Our officers are: President, Zora
Greeng Vice President, Ora Lee
Mooreg Secretary, Norma Ellisg
Treasurer. Shirley Thomasg Assistant
Secretary, ,IoAnn Burton: Parliamen-
tarian, Gertrude Robertson. Our ad-
visor is Edrene Benson.
........liarl E. Swartz
Vice Chairman .....,..,..... Roy M. Robison
AIEE Secretary ,,....,...,. Thomas Selmelq
IRE Secretary ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, R ay Green
.. ..... ,.,.,A. R ichard Kienc
The purpose of the Joint Student Branch is the dissemina-
tion of knowledge of the theory and practice of all phases of
electrical engineering as well as the furthering of the profes-
sional development of the student.
Membership is not limited to electrical engineering majors
but rather is open to all University of Toledo students interested
in electricity or electronics.
Business meetings are held once a month on an announced
Wedriesday. Technical talks by practicing engineers are usually
held in the evening. The technical talks are intended to bring
the members in contact with present engineering practices. A
picnic in one of the local parks is held each spring.
Professors Robert Wfeeber and Walter F. Brown are the
advisors for the student branch.
JOINT STUDENT BRANCH AIEE AND IRE
ROW l-R, johnson, L. Slieckler, T. Sc-lmek. P. Shaw. G. irihadi. C. Cornelius, R, Black,
ROW' 2-R. Franklin. D. Cox. R. Fabik, R. Green. R. XYllI'ZfCI'l1LllfCl', F. Swartz, K. Lampathakis, C. Choncs.
ROW 3-R. Oswald, R. Weebe1', R. Kohler, j. LaRue, R. Kicnc. R. Robison. L. Spring. C.Wcgini1n, J. Herman.
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ROW 1-Dr. V. Carver, Dr. A. Stephens, J. Bainbridge, P. Warner, S. Ames, A. Edelen.
ROW 2-Dr. A. Solberg, Dr. L. Marine, J. Smith, B. Drake, Dr. F. Hickerson, R. Young.
NOT IN PICTURE-A. Etters, B. Falor, -I. Flath, B. Harrison. B. Jay, j. Mittendorf,
J. Price, R. Ramsey, N. Rogers, D. Quilter, D. Grob, E. Riehm, R. Leininger, D. Reiter,
J, Smilax, B. Mulligan. J. Smith, M. Gilmore, L. Lewis, E. Vardinakis.
KAPPA DELTA PI
Since the founding of Kappa
Gamma, women's honorary pharma- f1ieWSki-G- Bookef- 5- HOHUHU-
ceutical sorority, the members of this '
organization attempted to live up to
the standards and to follow the pur-
poses of the organization. The purpose
of the organization was to unite the
women in pharmacy and to maintain
high standards of professional ethics
among its members.
Those eligible for Kappa Gamma
must be in the College of Pharmacy
for one semester. The pledge pin is a
white capsule and green ribbon. The
active pin is a gold mortar and pestle
with the letters of the organization
engraved on it.
The officers of the year are: Rose-
marie Paluszeski, President, Beverly
Wisniewski, Vice-Presidentg Patricia
Rohrer, Secretaryg Grace Booker,
Treasurer, and Mrs. Gertrude Burg, l
Kappa Delta Pi is a national honor
society which has chapters in all the
major universities and colleges in the
United States. lts members are se-
lected on the basis of high scholarship
and professional interest. Our Zeta
Epsilon chapter has a large member-
ship composed of students and faculty.
lnitiations are held semi-annuilly, one
in january and the other in April.
The programs usually consist of din-
ner meetings, panel discussions, and
speakers, often followed by a social
Officers for the past year were: Pres-
ident, Sally Amesg Vice-President, Dick
Young, Secretary, Phyllis Warnerg
Treasurer, Esther Anderson, Historian,
janet Smith. Dr. Frank R. Hickerson
is our faculty adviser.
ROW l-M. McClure, B. Appleman. -I. Rettenwaltl. P. Rohrer, R. Paluszeski, B. XVis-
ROXX' IAW. jenkins. -I. Myers, B. Mattison, -I. Beddoes. .-I Carnicom, J. Benson. DI. DePrisco. ROW' 2-P. Bush, H. Schnell, T. Rousosg
xl. Huffman, L. Jackson, D. Cassidy, H. Smith. NOT IN PICTURE-J, Benson.
President . Dan Cassidy
Vice-President Lee jackson
Secretary . Phil Bush
Treasurer john Huffman
KAPPA KAPPA PSI
The purpose of Kappa Kappa Psi is: "To promote the existence
and welfare of the college band and to cultivate at large a whole-
some respect for its activities and achievements."
The fraternity remained active through the summer months by
getting the members together for an outing once a month. Two pic:-
nics were held at Pearson Park and a swimming party was held at
Toledo Beach. Very enjoyable to say the least. A smoker held in
November showed that a very nice pledge class was in prospect for
The annual "Outstanding Bandsman of the Year Award" will
be presented at the TU Concert Band spring concert.
Our adviser is H. E. Smith, and honorary members are: Dr. L.
Sunderman, and Daniel Kingman.
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Regent ,7,, .. .. Edward Stonis
Secretary ,,,,7, ,,.,, . Russell Griesmer
Treasurer ,,7,, Y,,,,7. Do uglass Sloan
Chaplain ,,,, . . Edward Rohrer
Beta Lambda, the Toledo chapter of Kappa Psi, mens honorary
pharmaceutical fraternity, was organized at the University on May
The objectives of the fraternity are to conduct a fraternal or-
ganization for the mutual benefit of the members, also to inculcate
industry, sobriety, mutual fellowship and esteem, nobility, courage of
mind and heart, and to foster pharmaceutical research and high
The chapters active membership rose this year to its highest
peak in the thirty year history of the fraternity on campus. Activities
during the year were varied. Formal discussions led by state board
members, educators, and physicians were prevalent in the ye-ar's pro-
gram as were stag parties, weekly meetings and dances. The sports
program included a visit to Ada, Ohio where Ohio Northern's chapter
was engaged in a basketball game.
Professor Jose I. Aponte serves as advisor to the group.
ROW 1-H.Krauss.4H.Oddy,AJ. Aponte. Dr. Bowman, T. Larwood, E. Stonis. ROW 2-T. Kriner, V. Buzzelli, R. Dague, C. King, D.
Maniak, D. Doederlem, R. lvle1ssner.'ROW 5-R. Griesmer, D. Sloan, F. Ratta, D. Hoffer, R. Lardinais, -I. DiCioccio, -I. joseph, E. Fuller.
ROW fl-C. Sterling, C. Cline, E. Lillich, G. Shizuru, R. Wannemacher, -I. Cain. ROW 5-T. Ball, D. Myers, N. DeGrotf, D. Suntala,
N. Baciak, E. Smich. NOT IN PICTURE-R. Ednie, R. Francis, T. Hunt, P. Lane, R. Marciniak, G. Molnar, G. Oppenlander, E, Rohrer,
A- Sell, R- Stahl. G. Stoyanovich, R. Smietanski, H. Thom, R. Wallick, R. Wyman.
,. . f . .---- . . . -Q wsu- ...rf
ROW' I-R. Matthews, G. Wfhittenburg. M. Faulds. N. Moore, N. Terry, S. Boehringer, xl. Burgoon, D. Taylor, M. Collins, ul. Wobser,
M. Lewis, ,l. Mauk, C. VanDame, B. Kubic, L Sawade. ROW 2-R. Haynes, D. McCartney, D. McElroy, D. Ott. R. Leistner, B. Kubitz,
R. Rowe. M. Delaplane. P. Hutter, J. Teigland. tl. DesBoeufs, Mr. Hutter. ROW 3-D. Retrig, D. Eichmen, R. Taylor, C. Schroeder, R.
Leiningger. -l. Rose. L. Mack, D. I-lull. G. Hill, R. Tillotson, E. Taylor. ROW 4l-L. Conger, R. Turner, R. Gerwin, B. Morgan, bl. Smith,
G. Noller. L. Sheckler. K. Grieshaber, F, Gebers. ROW 5-R. johnson, M. Batch, L. Miller, B. Bay, G. Marr, R. Robison, T. Lange, K.
Rusch, T. Knon. L. Krauss.
LUTHERAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
The Lutheran Students Association is an organization which
promotes Christian fellowship on secular campuses. The local chap-
ter became part of the National Organization of LSA in 1941. Mem-
bership does not require that an interested person be of the Lutheran
faith. Our members assemble for religious and social meetings. A
supper for all new members and persons interested in the organiza-
tion started off the year. At this meeting a devotional period and ex-
planation hour were held. Lenten services, joint meetings with other
groups, a fall roast and Christmas party, as Well as many other
activities were also held. We meet to enjoy the friendship of students
from other churches.
Our advisers are: Mr. Hutter, faculty adviserg and Rev. S.
Bremer, Assoc. Pastor of Glenwood Lutheran Church.
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The Military Science Club is com-
posed of all students in the R.O.T.C.
There is a nominal membership fee
which entitles each member to all of
the benefits and privileges extended by
the Club. This fee is used to sponsor
the annual Military Ball, usually held
in the Springg a Dance at the close of
the school yearg and also the annual
Each class has a representative to the
Board of Control. This Board plans the
collection of dues, the Military Ball,
and in general controls the social
events of the cadet corps.
The oliicers for l953-54 are: Charles
W. Jacoby, President, George Dough-
erty, Vice-President, and Tom Bent-
cl'i ..t- f'i' . I Q
ROW I-T. Bentley, T. Seitz. R. Bower, G Leber R I-Iufforl R Iones R Mercer
C. Cousino. ROW 2-G. Dougherty, D. Jackson I Steils M Blxley C Freed D Speir
-I. McAlear. S. Smith. NOT IN PICTURE R Powers I lx str D Md irtny R
Ambroski, W. Francis, L. Zaft, D. Deckrosli
MILITARY SCIENCE CLUB
MU PHI EPSILON
Mu Phi Epsilon, national music
sorority, has just completed its first
year in May on the Toledo University
campus. This chapter was reinstalled as
the Epsilon chapter that had its ori-
ginal charter at the old Toledo Con-
servatory in l905. At each monthly
meeting the group presents a musical
program after the business meeting.
The active Epsilon group joined
with the Maumee Valley Alumnae and
the Toledo Alumnae to celebrate the
Golden Anniversary of Mu Phi with
a banquet and program in November.
In December the Toledo Alums hon-
ored the actives with a tea. In janu-
ary a tea was given in honor of the
women music students.
Officers for 1955-54 are: J. Price,
Presiclentg Betty Weber, Vice-Presi-
dentg Barbara Pancoff, Corresponding
Secretaryg jean Kohl, Secretary,
Dosia Carlson, Treasurerg and Sue
ROW I-B. Weber, J. Price, D. Carlson, J. Ixohl S Smilax ROW 7 R Paul B Pm
coff. B. Sherman, R. Steinberg, R.4I-Iickerson
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ROVU l-B. Wilkenson, S. Lauer, B. Dolan, M. Rerucha, B. Fitz, A. Fosnight. N. Evans,
Sins, S. Wester, bl. LeStrange, B. McKay, l. Dorfmeister. M. Bauer. ROW 2-G. Cotta.
Hcrschle. -l. Baker, A. Younkman, Father Mooney, M. Juarez, D. Keller, J. Duwve.
Buster, F. Sartor. ROW 5-F. Tuttle, R. Orzechowski, VI. Kwiatkowski. G. Biernacki.
Flowers, -I. Connors, T. Seitz, P. Scharf, L. Niese, R. Holas. ROXW 4-R. Topolski,
Alanicki, M. Warren, P. De-Mars, D. Maag, E. Gemerchak, G. Howard, F. Holas,
Leland, D. Lewandowski.
ROW l-N. Walker, Clarke, N. Falor, R. Steinwand, A. Korecki, vl. Bell, M. Shanteau,
R. Wekxx'ert, S. Maher, M. O'Brien. M. Young, P. Bosak, S, Kronbach, vl. Kohl, P. Dris-
coll, ROW 2-D. LaFleche, P. Collins, j. Arndt, DI. Clabaugh, M. Gerken, Father Mooney,
P. Sullivan, M. Zachman, J. LaPoint, C. Huflfmon, B. Mulligan. ROW 54L. Grisvard,
Al. Falvey, M. Link, R. Gasiorowski, j. Dembinski, M. Griswald, A. Hagerty, N. Cole.
A, Madalinski. S. Ryan, A. Scott. ROW el--, bl. Dunlap, B. Gorman, A. Younkman,
-, N. Polson, S. Paul, M. Halpin, J. Walzak, -l-. B. ,lL1COlWS.
5. O'Loughlin, P. Abrass. K. Kennedy. M. Bench,
The Newman Club is a Catholic
organization on campus. Its purpose is
to bring Catholic students together,
uniting them mentally, spiritually and
The spiritual program includes
Mass, communion-breakfasts, a n d
talks by prominent people.
The social program includes mixers,
parties, dances and roasts.
Representatives are sent to attend
both the national and provincial con-
ventions every year at the expense of
the Newman Club.
Meetings are held on Wednesday
nights and are followed with a talk by
Rev. Charles Mooney, SJ., the mod-
erator and spiritual advisor. Refresh-
ments are served immediately after-
wards and the evening is concluded
with a social program planned by com-
President .. Arnold Younkmin
lst Vice-Pres. .. . Charles McAlister
Znd Vice-Pres. .. ...,. Marjorie Halpin
Recording Sec. . . .Alice Fosnight
Corresponding Sec. . . Frank Holas
Treasurer . . . . Gerald Howard
Advisor .. Rev. Chas. Mooney, SJ.
The Ohio Society of Professional Engineers is open to students
in all branches of engineering. The purpose of the organization is to
enable students in engineering to become better acquainted with their
faculty, their fellow students, and professional engineers in industry.
It serves to broaden the interests of its members and to foster the
development in them of professional spirit.
The student branch of O.S.P.E. is affiliated with other student
branches throughout Ohio, and with the local, state, and national
At the beginning of the school year the chapter was shocked
to learn ofthe death of its beloved advisor, Dr. john B. Btandeberry.
He had much to do with organizing and establishing the student
chapter, and his memory will live on through the years.
President . .. David O'Ne1ll
Vice-President . .. Ronald Broun
Secretary .. james Harris
Treasurer . Richard Now ilx
OHIO SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS
ROW 1-P. DeSalvo, B. Breese, D. Gartz, J. Mackey, W. Hess. ROW 2-R. Beverstock, LI, Harris, C. Knopp, R. Kreps, R. Brown.
ROW l-N. Rogers, R. Ramsey, S. Lindsey, B. Jay, V. Dowdney, A. Etters. ROW 2-J. Price, A. Edelen, L. Sanderson, S. Kabel, H. Col-
lier, N, Barcclungx. ABSENT-june Foltz.
Pepper's, Women's Honorary, is an organization of the top thirteen University women who have actively
contributed to University life through extra-curricular activities.
The members serve as ushers for the concerts at the Museum of Art and also for commencement at the
Annual activities of Peppers include the "smarty" party for freshmen women obtaining a two-point aver-
age, the alumnae tea, and a party for Blue Key, Men's Honorary. The most outstanding activity of the year is
the annual womens songfest held at the Peristyle of the Museum of Art. There, at an impressive candlelight
ceremony, new members are tapped.
This year Peppers held a survey to discover post-graduation activities of its alumnae members. The survey
indicated Peppers alumnae continue outstanding participation in civic and church activities.
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Commanding .. .. .. Darwin Deckrosh
Executive ,,,,,,7,,,,,, Raymond Hufford
Plans and Training. .,...i Donald Lilje
Finance . .. .. Samuel Dorsey
Adjutant u,,v,,...,.o.,,, Robert Marciniak
Public Inf. Officer ,... Thomas Peterson
lst Sergeant t,... . Richard Przeniczny
Company L, lst Regiment of the National Society of Pershing
Rifles, started the new year by installing its officers. The PR's were
chosen as honor guard to the King and Queen of Greece as they
Last fall 40 men were pledged, of whom 30 were turned active.
Their pledging included drilling, a field problem, and a l5 mile hike.
The men were initiated at the annual Pershing Rifle Ball. The
honorary Oflicer, Captain Darlene Lambert, and Lieutenants Nancy
Falor and Pauline Christopoulos, were presented with their cord at
The lst Regimental Drill Meet was held at TU. After many
months of work by Special Staff Officer lst Lieut. R. McGill, and
the rest of the staff on the planning and training for the meet, Com-
pany L-l did very well and brought home many trophies to end the
year with an exceptional record of achievement,
ROW l-W. Brown, A. Solberg, M. Gillham, A. Krohn, A. Knowles, B. Stevenson. ROW 2-E. Scott, S. Ames, J. Bainbridge, A. Hueb-
ner, A. Edelen, I. Stafiford, J. Winslow. -ROW 3-G. Pankratz, VI. Smith, H. Schering, T. Ball, D. Steinem, L. Lapp, L. Emch, M. Batch,
H. Shaffer. NOT IN PICTURE-F. Blanchard, D. Grob, W. Ansley, B. Appleman, G. Butz, D. Carlson, 1. Collins, A. Ettets, S. Getz,
S. Lindsey, D. O'Neill, P. Warner.
President ..Dr. Archie N. Solberg
Vice-Pres. . Prof. Edward S. Foster
Sec.-Treas. Prof. Albertine Krohn
PHI KAPPA PHI
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is in its second year on
campus. This national society has requirements equivalent to those of
Phi Beta Kappa, but elects its members from all colleges, whereas
Phi Beta Kappa members may be chosen from the Arts College only.
In January, the Society elects and initiates high ranking senior
Students. In May, members are elected from the faculty, alumni,
graduate students, senior and junior classes. These are initiated at the
annual banquet of the Society.
An annual Honors Day Convocation is also sponsored by Phi
Kappa Phi. At this time, all students who have received scholastic
honors and awards during the year are recognized. Special certificates
are presented to the outstanding member of the sophomore and
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ROW l-R. Green, K. Hasselkus, W. Ansley, D. O'Neill. ROW 2--L. M. Thompson, R. Kreps, J. Kenn, R. Robison, M. Batch. NOT
IN PICTURE-L. Sheckler, R. Kiene, R. Vosper, R. Bins, F. Blanchard. H. Pike, G. McAllister, J. Baumberger, j. Joyce. ul. Mackey,
President. ..... .... D avid O'Neil
Vice-President . . ..... john Kehn
Treasurer ..... Loring Thompson
Cataloguer .. . Melvin Batch
Recording. Sec. .... .
. Robert Kreps
. ...William Ansley
PI BETA TAU
Pi Beta Tau, local engineering honorary, was installed February
20, 1954, as the Ohio Zeta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, national engi-
neering honorary. This installation was made possible by interests
and efforts of the administration, engineering faculty, advisors. out-
standing engineers of the community, and especially the late Dean
The organization has a three-fold purpose. First is the recog-
nition of those who have excelled both in their studies and activities.
Second, it attempts to foster brotherhood among all engineers. Third,
it points out the engineer's responsibility to school and community.
Members are chosen from the upper eighth of the junior class
and upper fifth of the senior class. They must exhibit leadership and
be of good character.
Besides social events throughout the year, the group holds fresh-
man "help" classes during each semester.
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Oiiicers of the Physical Education
Majors Club are elected by majority
vote of the active majors. The elected
ofiicers for this year were: Donna
Bonn Reiter, President, janet Smith,
Vice-Presidentg joanna Merrie, Secre-
tary, and Mary Talbut, Treasurer.
The Womans Physical Education
Majors Club is open to all majors in
Physical Education. Membership in
this organization is not required but
the women are urged to participate in
their professional organization.
During the course of the year, this
group sponsored such activities as, a
family night, Christmas Party, sleigh
ride, splash party, square dance, and
an outdoor roast.
ROW l-N. Ray, M. Ray, A. Klein, N. McCartney, J. Mettie, D. Reiter.
ROW 2-J. Bainbridge, L. Lewis, S. Schulz, M. Topsil, J. David,
ROW 5-I. Burton, J. juers, S. Thomas, G, Gustafson. M. Souder.
ROW hi-J. Smith, G. Piotrowski. ROW 5-M. Talbut, A. Hagan, Miss Bernholt.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS CLUB
ROW IYM. Shanteau, L. Sanderson, G. Drouviotou, A, Edelen, S. Bissel.
ROW 2vM. Gilsdorf, P. Bush, H. Martin, T. Frankel.
The Poetry Club began the year
with a social meeting which included
a dinner given by Sarah Bissell,
faculty adviser, and a program by
Harry Oster, instructor in English Dr.
Oster, who joined the faculty this year,
gave his first ballad concert in the
Toledo area at this meeting. Other
meetings included discussions of
poetry with emphasis on the poetry
of the members, a talk by Dr. Martin
Scholten and a session of recorded
poetry. Ann Edelen is President of the
group assisted by Mary-Ella Holst,
Vice-President4Treasurer and Herby
ROW l-N. Musialowski, B. Wisniewski,
The Polish Club was established in
1958 as a social and service club. Its
chief purpose is to raise funds for
scholarship for an eligible Toledo high
school graduate desiring to attend the
University of Toledo. Mothers' group
and the Alumni of the Polish Uni-
versity Club cooperate in this enter-
Among traditional social activities
of the Club are: Christmas formal and
the Fund raising Dance.
The officers for the year l955-54
are: Bob Marciniak, Presidentg Dick
Przeniczny, Vice-Presidentg joan Ur-
banowicz, Secretaryg and Bob Gasior-
C. Madalinski, D. Kaminski, R. Przeniczny.
ROW 2-G. Biernacki, J. Kwiatkowski, W. Rajski, 1. Adamczyk.
The purpose of the Polymathic So-
ciety is to bring together a group of
students with varied talents and out-
standing interests. The organization
seeks to develop and broaden the
knowledge and personality of mem-
bers by the exchange of ideas through
interest in the activities of others.
While most clubs are made up of
people with one common interest, the
Polymathic Society draws its members
from all colleges and departments of
Monthly meetings of a business and
social nature are held in the homes of
the members. Some of the interesting
events this year were a trip to Detroit
to see Cinerama, a Christmas party for
the foreign students at the University,
and an annual picnic at Clear Lake,
Dr. W. Dancer is adviser to the
group and officers include: Carol
I-luffer, Presidentg Ralph Cousino,
Vice-Presidentg Pat Cole, Secretaryg
Charlie Lampathekas, Treasurer, and
Sue Smith, Recorder.
ROW lo-J. Price, j. Fenn, C. Huffer, M. Faulds. S. Boehringer. ROW 2-P. Cole.
D. Gibson, M. Shanteau, -I. Manley. ROW Sh-Dr. Dancer, VI. Huffer, K. Lampathakis.
NOT IN PICTURE-R. Cousino, S. Smith, A. Etters. J. Murray, D. Frost, K. Glauser,
T. Roussos, S. Paul, S. Taylor.
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One of the newest clubs on campus
this year is the Presbyterian Club
which will probably be better known
either as the Westminster Fellowship
or the Geneva Fellowship. At the
present time, the club is just being
organized, but we are off to a good
start, and we hope that progress will
This organization is composed of
young men and women students on
campus who are interested in combin-
ing spiritual and social activities with
their studies. We are trying to model
this club after similar ones on other
college campuses. Our plans include
both religious and social events and
giving assistance to Presbyterian
Churches in this area.
The steering committee consists of
Chuck Freed, Phyllis Haller, Bill Long,
and Pat Perry.
ROW 1-J. Booth, P. Haller, B. Lemle, C. Bayliss, A. Morrison, E. Knight, M. Reed,
V. Bowes. ROW 2-B. Long, Dean Townsend, C. Freed, P. Perry, P. Jones, D. Gibson,
ROW l-E. Simpson, L. Thomas, L. Stockard, H. Simpson. ROW 2-M. Cowell,
L. Lewis, E. Watt. P. jones, D. Grisham. NOT IN PICTURE-P. Batty ,R. Goodwin,
Founded in 1913, the Pyramid
Club attempts to maintain high scho-
lastic standards, to train girls in the
ideals, purposes, and functions of the
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, and to
faster understanding and sisterhood
among its members.
The social program began in Sep-
tember with a rush party for fresh-
man women, and a tea was planned to
bring the young women into closer
harmony. The initiation ceremonies
for the new members was held at the
beginning of November. On January
1 the Pyramids entertained their big
sisters with a New Year's Party.
The year was rounded out with sev-
eral informal affairs that brought to a
close another successful year for the
Officers: Peggy jones, President,
Rose Marie Goodwin, Vice-President,
Louise Thomas, Corresponding Secre-
tary, Ernestine Watts, Recording Sec-
retary, Delores Barber, Treasurer, and
Mary Cowell, Dean of Pledges.
During this year the Religious Council has tried to encourage
and stimulate a spiritual awareness on campus. In October the Coun-
cil sponsored a good-will mixer which gave each student an oppor-
OFFICERS tunity to join the organization of his choice. At that time the follow-
ing groups were represented: Wesleyan Club, Canterbury Club,
President cccc tccccu B ill Miller Newman Club, Westminster Fellowship, U.S. Fellowship, Y.W.C.A.,
' d Y.M.C.A.
Recording Secretary. ,,,,,, Pat Gaghen an
' 1 The annual religious conference, based on "Religion in the
Corresponding Sec' ssee' 'Dom Carlson Professions," was November 8-l l. Dr. E. j. McCormack, Grove Pat-
Tfeasufer . . rrrrt Glenda Thompson terson, and Rabbi Green were convocation speakers. Many professors
invited religious leaders into the classrooms, personal appointments
Faculty Advisor ,,,,r,s,rs Dr. Al Foster .
and club addresses were integral parts of the conference.
The Council and the Music Department cooperated to present
services for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Representatives of
all faiths are welcome on the Council.
ROW' l-B. Miller, B. Judis, D. Thompson, P. Haller, G. Thompson, 5. Taylor. ROXV 2-E. Taylor, M. Emery, R, Munter, D. jamra,
Dr. H, Hutter, NOT IN PICTURE-S. Kabel, A. Etters, R. Cousino, S. McCormack, A. Younkman, A. Scott, NI. Smith, P. Gaghen,
H. Sansbury, M. Emery, D. O'Neill, D. Carlson, H. Diver, J. Sadd.
ROW' l-L. Sanderson, C. I-Iuffer, N. I-Ienry, D. B. Reiter, D, Evanoff.
ROW 2fS. Hart, QI. Areddy. M. Faulds.
"The University Presents" -- eight
shows this year during the second
semester. On one night each of these
eight weeks, the studio on the fifth
floor buzzed with the activity of mem-
bers rehearsing the production directed
by one of the organization members.
The music director and the sound
effects workers practice bringing in the
music bridges and making the scene
seem realistic, the actors practice get-
ting the right tone to their voice.
Soon - You're on the air! and the
show produced completely by Uni-
versity students is heard over Station
The officers serving this year are
Virginia Dowdney as President, and
Patricia Cole as Secretary.
ROW' 1--li. Kubic, -I. lit-Il. F. Trieber, R. O'I-Iara, L. Lehman.
The Sailing Club unlike other Clubs ROW 2-A. Marinik, M. Miklosek, R. Stevens, G. Fox. L. Baker, T. Clark.
on campus, is most active during the
summer. when most students are en-
joying their vacations.
Last summer. the Sailing Club mem-
bers had free use of docks at the To-
ledo Yacht Club and there were always
at least six members' boats tied up
Because the Club lacked funds it
only participated in our fall regatta,
where it took third place, but it plans
to enter at least hve intercollegiate
races in the spring, starting with the
Ohio States championship, which, it
has won twice out of the three times
Officers are: jim Clarkson, Presi-
dentg ,lim Whitten, Vice-Presidentg
Regina O'I-Iara, Secretaryg F. Trieber,
Scabbard and Blade, advanced mili-
tary science fraternity, was founded for
the purpose of installing pride and a
sense of duty to the nation in the
minds and hearts of ROTC cadets.
Company E, 9th Regiment, is now
in its fourth year as an active chapter
at the University of Toledo. Its mem-
bership is restricted to the top junior
and senior ROTC cadets. It has con-
sistently claimed as its members the
leaders in the Cadet Corps.
During the past year Scabbard and
Blade has furnished an honor guard
for the Military Ball Queen, and
honored Lt. Col. W. H. Blal-teheld,
former ROTC commander, with a
dance at the Rossford Ordnance Ofti-
Officers are: James Keogh, Presi-
dentg Edward Lillich, Vice-Presidentg
Robert McGill, Lieutenant and Treas-
urerg and Major E. E. Walters, advisor.
SIGMA ALPHA OMEGA
ROW 1-M. Shanteau, N, Bowen, M. Rerucha, N. Rogers.
ROW 2-M. Cowell, 1. Goon, N. Barcelona, Miss Gray, H. Marley.
ROW l-Major Walter, Capt. DI. Keogh. Ist Lieutenant E. Lillich, L. Hawkins.
ROW Z-lst Sergeant G. Wetmore, G. Marr, R. Robison, C. McAlister.
NOT IN PICTURE-Zntl Lieutenant R, McGill, D. Deckrosh.
SCABBARD AND BLADE
Sigma Alpha Omega is the local
home economics honorary. Objectives
are to promote high scholarship, stimu-
late participation in school activities.
and develop leadership and harmony,
Minimum requirements are a 2.0
average in home economics, l.5 in
other subjects, and one active year in
the Iillen I-I. Richards Club.
Members made Christmas gifts for
the annual bake sale and bazaar. Social
highlights were the Founders Day
Banquet, Theater Party, Alumni
Christmas Party, Spring Picnic and the
Otiicers are: Nancy Rogers. Presi-
dentg Nancy Barcelona. Vice-Presi-
dentg Margaret Shanteau, Secretary-
Reporterg and Mary Ann Rerucha,
Treasurer. Mrs. B. Schutte is advisor.
ROW lfC. Cannon, G. Frye, H. Schaffer, E. Blane, H. Collier. NOT IN PICTURE-
N. Cox, J. Bell, M. jones, J. Arndt, P. Ramler, V. Spenthoff.
SIGMA MU TAU
Sigma Mu Tau, women's biological
honorary is a small group of women
with at least sophomore standing in
the College of Arts and Sciences who
are in Medical Technology or are
majoring in biology. First semester the
group entertained freshmen medical
technologists with a group from the
National Association of Medical Tech-
nologists. This acquainted the fresh-
men with some more aspects of their
chosen held. The main project second
semester was to offer a free blood and
RH grouping service to the school.
The officers are: Grace Frye, Presi-
dentg Mary Helen Jones, Vice-Presi-
dentg Pat Ramler, Secretaryg and
Carolyn Cannon, Treasurer. The ad-
visors to the group are Harold Schaffer
and Dr. Archie N. Solberg,
SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OE MANAGEMENT
The Society for Advancement of
Management is the recognized national
professional society of management
people in industry, commerce, govern-
ment and education.
The purposes of this society are: to
forward the elimination of waste and
the developument of efficiency, to
bring about a better understanding of
mutual interests in improved man-
agement, to provide means whereby
scientific methods may be applied to
promote this common interest, to in-
spire a good will between employee
Activities include community man-
agement projects, speakers, industrial
movies, plant touts, and luncheons on
the social side of the ledger.
Officers for the year were: jim
Huifer, Presidentg Dick Koehrman,
Vice-Presidentg Pat Driscoll, Secre-
taryg Bob Morgan, Treasurer. Advisor
to the group is Prof. Philip Hensel.
ROW l-G. Noller, R. Morgan, J. Huffer, E. Prueter, 1. Kott, A. Sadd, M. Warmbier,
G. Gettum. ROXW 2-D. Bochenek, R. Grubbs, J. Neff, J. Connors, D. Georgoff, N. Mc-
Clurg, L. Goggins, R. Gerwin, K. Rusch, R. Andrews.
., 4 '72-.
-Q, .Q wi,
ROW l--G. Tassie, C. Abel, W. Johnson, J. Connors, W. Gallagher.
ROW Z-M. Coldiron, H. Shoup, J. Baird, E. Kemper, R. Gibson.
STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION
STUDENT UNION BOARD OF CONTROL
The Student Union Board of Con-
trol, composed of two members from
the senior, junior and sophomore
classes, acted again this year in mak-
ing recommendations concerning the
operation of the Student Union build-
ing. Several members of the commita
tee have met with the faculty com-
mittee which is investigating needs
for a new Student Union. The group
supervised installation of a new in-
formation bulletin board in the Union,
and reassigned office space in the build-
ing in an effort to centralize student
activities. The Board of Control works
with the Student Activities Commit-
tee in making their recommendations.
Ofhcers of the group are: Adeb
Sadd, Presidentg Virginia Dowdney,
Vice-Presidentg Ramona Leininger,
Secretaryg Jim Nye, Treasurer.
The Student Bar Association. a
member of the American Law Student
Association under the sponsorship of
the American Bar Association, is com-
posed of all the students enrolled in
the College of Law. The Association
seeks to develop capable leaders and
persons who have ability and high
character for the legal profession by
encouraging student participation in
its many activities.
Besides our yearly activities, this
year was highlighted by the dedica-
tion of our Moot Court Room. At the
ceremony, Associate justice Harold H.
Burton of the United States Supreme
Court presided. He later spoke at the
College of Law Dedication Banquet.
The Association is governed by the
Board of Governors. Its officers are
Willard Johnson, President, James
Baird, Secretaryg Prof. Rankin M.
ROW l-A. Sadd, M. Blanchard, M. Leininger, J. Nye. NOT IN PICTURE-V. Dowdney.
.'5',jff, ,. , A ..
't +L- Y 431-js.",,f'
J " ' Ja.
ROW I-C. Smith, J. Albert, F. Ward, E. Spackey, R, Bair, I.. Neumann. ROW 2-E. Cole, G. Wolff, J. Marshall. J. Neff, J. Konwin.
R. Harner. F. Gluth. NOT IN PICTURE-C. Bruner, R. Brenneman, T. Byrne. W. Cooper. W. Cunningham, -I. Case, 1. Clarkson.
-I. Dunathan. P. Sahro, R. Finch, R. Hendrick, J. Helland, E. Leopold, E. Langley, K. Moore, E. Meiner, E. Moray, J. Mantey, T. Mohler,
C. McCarthy, R. Miller, G, Moore. N. King, R. McDevitt, R. Nation, D. Koepfler, R. Kopp, J. Rinker, P. Stock, R. Swick, A. Schindler,
T, Marotta. P. Cavalier. -I. Vinci, W. Wright, R. Venia, M. Waldrop, J. Watkins, H. Williams, H. Cisek.
President john Albert
Vice-President . john Neff
Treasurer . john Konwin
Secretary .. ,...... Chuck Cole
T.U. V ETERANS, CLUB
The TUV's were formed in the fall of I952 by a number of
recent dischargees of the Korean War. The basic platform that the
club was founded on was to promote good scholarship among the
returning veterans and to increase better fellowship.
In the fall of 1955, the TUV's undertook the task of increasing
school spirit and attempting to get the entire student body behind
the various athletic events. The big factor in this drive was the initia-
tion of a series of pep rallies designed to bring the students the top
entertainment available. These rallies were held the day before the
various sporting events.
The Veterans Club completed the volleyball season undefeated
in I5 games. Basketball also fared very well. The highlight of the
fall social season was a "Millionaires" party held at the Sylvania
ROW l-A. Foster, M. Doclsen, D. Felton, M. jones, W. Hess.
ROW 2-A. Black, Dr. Odtly, Dr. Dodsen, D. Kennee.
UNIVERSITY CHEMICAL SOCIETY
UNIVERSITY LIBERAL CLUB
"Light, not heat, on the issues of the
clay," is the Liberal Club's motto based
on the belief that intellectual prog-
ress can be achieved only by free ex-
change of ideas. The Liberal Club is
designed to provide an atmosphere
where all students can gather to ex-
change their ideas on issues of local,
national, or international importance.
The club has discussed "The Value of
College Fraternities and Sororities,
British Guiana, Ideas of God. and Is
the United Nations Effective in Meet-
ing World Crises?" As a new activity
this year, the Liberal Club plans to
publish a small paper to give members
further opportunity to express their
Officers are: David Steinem, Presi-
dentg Regina Oil-lara, Vice-Presidentg
and janet Gettel, Secretary-Treasurer.
The University Chemical Society is
composed of students majoring in
chemistry or allied fields. The require-
ments for membership are one se-
mester of general chemistry.
One meeting is held per month.
Speakers from various industries
throughout the area provide the mem-
bers with technical information on the
different subjects in chemistry.
This year the society continued its
efforts of giving talks to high school
students on futures in chemistry. This
program is designed to awaken the in-
terest of the young student to the
many and varied careers available in
Officers are: Charles W. Jacoby,
Presidentg Mary Helen jones, Vice-
Presidentg Donna Felton, Secretary.
and Al Burzynski, Treasurer.
ROW l-C. Simonds, R. O'l-Iara, D. Steinem. J. Gettel, G. Binkley,
ROW 2--W. Lushner, K. Osthimer, A. Masha, O. Hallak, M. Howard, M. Emery.
ROW IQR. O'I-Iara, M, Faulds, -I. McKay, 1. Fenn, L. Sanderson, A. Edelen. ROW 215. Meyers, S. Paul, T. Zimmerman, N. Mar-
quardt Coble. J. Foltz. ROW 3-A. Scott, D. Gibson, C. Hufler, P. Driscoll, C. VanDame. ROW -i-P. Collins, A. Fosnight, D. Bruno
ROW 5-P, Perry, M. Blanchard, P. Cole, B. Shoen.
President . .. Lil Sanderson
Secretary .. .. . .. .. .. Nancy Coble
Executive Board . Ruth R. Ramsey,
A. Edelen, D. DeVore
Box Ofiice Manager . Regina O'I-Iara
Business Manager . . . Sue Smith
Advisor . Morlin Bell
The 1955-541 University Theatre season began with an outdoor
production of Noel Cowards Blitbe Spirit, which took place on the
terrace of jules Roskin's home, and couldn't have been done in a
more beautiful setting.
The Hrst show of the school year was The Heirerr. This play
was done in central staging and ran from November 5-14. A fine
cast and the well designed Victorian set promised a successful year.
1954 ushered in a bill of student-directed one acts early in
january. Included on the bill was Addrerr in Prague. an original by
Eugene Hochman. of Toledo.
Two full length plays rounded out the season and the Univer-
sity Theatres social calendar was climaxed by a campus-wide party
in February. Last spring The National Collegiate Players, dramatic
honorary. sponsored a dinner for the Theatre which we hope to make
an annual affair.
The forty women living in MacKinnon Hall represent the
states of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Texas, Florida, South
Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky. There are two women from
Greece living here also.
OFFICERS The dormitory has a twenty-hve voice choir, MacKinnon Hall
President gg Bm Appleman Choir, directed by Janis Stromwall. The choir has done caroling for
Vice-President Reggie O,Ham the Lucas County Home and for the Crippled Children's Home.
Secremry Barbqm Ford MacKinnon Hall has given a Halloween party for the men's
dormitories, s onsored 1 otluck su er, had a ha ride, 'ind has also
Treasurer t,,,tt ,,,,, C arolyn Cannon P C p pp Y K
given a Christmas party.
The standing committees are the social committee, scholastic
committee, and rules committee. Our house mother is Mrs. Lang.
ROW 1-J. Laudenslager, C. Henderson, J. Meacier, S. Clark, S. Hagg, S. Paul, S. Kunkle, C. Eastin. ROW 2-M. Davenport, S. San-
derson, K. juers, Y. Drouviotou, L. Adams, N. Dudrow. B. Schutz, S. Good, M. Kuttler, J. Stromwall. ROW 3--A. Hagan, C. Norvell,
J. M. Clarke, M. Aslanian, G. Robertson. B. Appleman, R. O'Hara, Mrs. M. B. Long, B. Ford, C. Cannon, A. Ehenstein, G. Brown,j.juers.
NOT IN PICTURE-C. Norvell, H. Black, D. Burrows, J. Ellis, K. Hasel, M. E. Holst, H. Leu, R. Paluzeski, M. L. Tigner. D. Culver,
and L. Baker.
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ROXV I-R. Matthews, G. Voudouris, A. Klein. N. Henry, C. Santee, M. Collins, R. O'Hara, D. Reiter. ROW 2-N. Gilliam, B. Best,
M. -I. Ray, M. Drake, UI. Meranda, N. I-lipp. WI, Fenn. WI. Foltz. ROW 5--I. Bainbridge, M. Miller, M. Davenport, G. Fall, N. Moore,
xl. Peters, ROW' --iiS Schultz, M. Faulds, P. Abrass. WI. La Pointe. S. Paul. ROW 5-A. Fosnight. I.. Lewis, C. Badger, C, Van Dame,
M. Spence. ROW' o-E. XX'endel, D, Nichols, G. Wlhittenburg, C. Combs, B. Craig. ROW '-D. Dayton, K. juers. D Redman. ROW S-
S, Kronbath, S. O'l.onghlin, D. Thompson, R, Sthindler, ROW' 9-WI. juers. N. McCartney, DI. Wobser, P. Downer, ROW IO-D. Gibson,
A. Hagan, VI. Smith, M. Talbot. N. Ray, Miss Muller.
WOMENS RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION
President Nancy Ray
Vice-President june Bainbridge
Secretary Nancy I.. Miller
Reporter june Foltz
Mary -line Ray
The Womens Recreation Association is an extra-curricular
athletic program. This organization co-operates with the Department
of Physical Education in promoting health, physical efficiency, social
activities, and true sportsmanship among women on campus. W.R.A.
is open to all women on campus, but in order to participate in the
various tournaments a woman must be a full-time student carrying
at least twelve hours.
The organization offers a diversified schedule of sports includ-
ing held hockey, basketball, volleyball, and softball as major team
sports. During the year, members of W.R.A. team games have jour-
neyed to Bowling Green, Adrian College, and other neighboring
colleges to participate in volleyball and basketball tournaments.
For women not interested in team sports, a program of individ-
ual and recreational sports is presented throughout the year. This
program includes archery, modern dance, bowling, fencing, badmin-
ton, shuffleboard, horseback riding, tennis, golf, and swimming.
Individual awards are presented to those receiving credit in
these activities at the two W.R.A. banquets that are held during the
Miss Lamora Mueller serves as faculty adviser for the Women's
Recreation Association. Both Miss Mueller and Miss Florence Bern-
holdt direct the intramural activities.
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President ,,....,.. ......... D ave Georgoff
Vice President ....,.. .......... B ernie Judis
Recording Secretary .,.,.,.... Polly Collins
Corresponding Secretary ...... Pat Driscoll
Treasurer ...............,....., Mary Blanchard
The Young Democratic Club is a campus organization
which invites those who believe in and support the principles
of the Democratic party to become its members. The purpose
ofthe club is to foster and promote members' interests in politics
on the local and national level.
The Young Democratic Club had a highly successful mem-
bership drive in November. Throughout the year, several mem-
bers attended political meetings held here in the city. Several
informal get togethers were also held. The Young Democrats
appeared in a debate with the Young Republican Club on
Campus Confab. Guest speakers also appeared at the regular
YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUB
ROW 1-R. Linenltuzie, B. ludis. P. Collins, B. Fitz, A. Lindsey, P. Driscoll, D. Evanoff.
ROW 2+-D. Matthews, N. Cole, M. Blanchard, C. Badger. P. Abrgiss. R. Matthews. B, Haddad. S. l-larldatl.
ROW 3fA. Huffman, B. -Iudis, J. Sharp. IVI. Emery. D. Georguff.
ROXV 4-M. B-axley, G. Booth. G. Biernacki, J. Sadd.
ROW 5-A, Stockard, N. Gilliam, I. l.aPoint.
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R. VanSickle, D. Potter, sl. Malzone. R. Paul. R. Turner, F. Gallo. T. Zimmerman, J. Rose, D. Garner, W. Miller. J. Huffer,
R. Doner. R Shuntl-1, B. Bay, H. Shunck, D. McNutt, rl. Nye, A. Williaiiis, B. Morgan. R. Cousino.
I.. Miller. D. Ely. E. McFadden, R Power, .l. Meinert, J Bugle. D. Hull. G. Noller.
. Fountain. -I. Smith. I.. -lohns, M. Griswold, J. Meister.
-I. Grant. B. XX!hitr'. E. Pitcher. G. Leland, I-I. Emery, J. Connors. C. Aukerman, A. Overmeyer, R. XX!annem.icher.
YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Vicc Preseident ...... ...,... B ill Miller
5CCfCti1ry ...... ....... R on Turner
Trczisurcr ..... ...... l Ernie McFadden
Chaplain ....,. ..... M ike Griswold
Advisor ....... ....... I Dr. A. Foster
The Young Men's Christian Association, always active on
campus, began another successful year by co-sponsoring with
the YXVCA Toledo University's second freshman camp at Camp
Storer, Michigan. This service to incoming freshmen is now an
Plans were made for the academic year at a cabinet meet-
ing early in October. The meeting was held at Dr. A. Foster's
The YMCA held its membership drive in December and
succeeded in enrolling one hundred members. A hayride in
October and a squaref dance in December were the first two
important events on the social calendar. Not to be forgotten
is the Y.M.-Y.XX!. open house after the Bee Gee basketball
game in january.
Dick Young headed this year's XV.S.S.F. fund drive. The
money raised by a variety show and carnival is to be used for
foreign student aid. Last year's drive netted 351300.
The YMCA rounded out the year by participating in an
inter-collegiate conference at Tar Hollow, Ohio.
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President ...,..,.., .,,,... R ichard Kwapich
Vice President ,........ .....,, A lice Fosnight
The University of Toledo Young Republican Club is an
organization that promotes active student participation in poli-
ics here in the city of Toledo and throughout the nation. Its aim
is to make more intelligent and conscientious voters not only of
its members but also of other University students and to pro-
mote the principles and policies of the National Republican
Party to apply to the local chapter of Young Republicans The
group is associated with the Ohio League of Young Republican
Clubs, a federation of Campus and country Young Republican
Clubs throughout Ohio.
Many interesting and outstanding speakers addressed the
club during the year at the regular meetings. Other informal
get-together's were held during the course of the year. The
Young Rpublicans also were in a debate with the Young
Democratic Club in Campus Confab, held over one of the local
radio stations. This year termed very successful for the Republi-
cans on the University Campus.
YOUNG REPUBLICAN CLUB
ROW 1-N. Falor. M. Obrien, A. Fosnight, J, Klimik, N. Walkeit, F. Harrison, C. Van Dame, N. Fisher, D. Gibson, M. Shanteau,
il. Bell. S. Starkey, M. Reruclm.
ROW 2-J. Batdorf, VI, Huffcr, R. Kwapich, D. lNIcNutt, H. Shunck, B. Bay, G. Noller, L. Marsh, L. Kohunkie.
ROW 5-J. Duwvc, J. Falvey. E. Gemerchak, E, Kemper, I. Connors. H. Giothjan, B. Henderson. P. Cole, P. Haller, P. Perry.
ROW' 1fM. Collins. S, Boehringer, N. Wlllkcr. ll, I.eStrange. N. Moore, E. Prt-liter. Bainbridge. INI. Foley. D. Evanoff. O. Kleif:
C. Harris.in. R. Matthews. l, Dorffneister. D. Lambert, bl. Matyoclc. S. DcM.1rs.
ROXV 2-P. Hziller. DI. Urhanowitz. il. Kohl. D. Redman. WI. Fenn. M. Talbot, D. Taylor. M. Miller. N. Gilliam. M, Schroeder,
S. Starkey. M. Faulds, INT. Shanteau.
ROW' 3-N. Falor. B. Best. G. Frye. J, Smilax. N. Henry. O. Matthews. D. Gibson. -I. Peters.
ROW' -lfeD. Reiter. M Reiter. C. Slexin. C. Huffer, J. McKinney. M. Delaplane. M. Pizza, E. Danster. P. Driscoll.
RQQXXQI 50.5, Taylor, A, Fosniglit. B. Henderson, M. Stoll. j. Manley. B5 hertzer. C. Mowery. B Gorman, S. Paul, C. VanDamc.
N. Poulson. XXf.1llt'Zalc.
YOUNG XVOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Pfwident .......... ,,....... S haron Kabel
Vice President .............. Charlotte Slevin
forresponding Secretary ..................
Recording Secretary..Glend.1 Thompson
lreasurer ............,....... ....... C arol I-Iurfer
The Young XWomen's Christian Association is one of the
most active groups on campus which extends the privileges and
responsibilities of membership to any women on campus who
wishes to join. The group strives to maintain the Christian
ideals and promotes friendship. cooperation and group leader-
ship among its members.
The program for the year was begun with the Y.W., along
with the YMCA, sponsoring a freshman camp in the fall for all
those students who planned to enter the University. The other
events included a hayride, participation in the Campus Confer-
ence on Religion, a square dance, a meeting on vocations, a
Christmas party organized by the freshmen members, an open
house after the Bowling Green basketball game, the making of
favors for a Valentine party at the Crippled Childrens Home, a
foreign students party, the Wforld Student Service Fund Drive,
an installation and tea for the new officers and a picnic for
the graduation seniors.
I lilo I
The Wesleyan Fellowship is an
organization uniting into a single
group all Methodist students on
campus for the purpose of develop-
ing high character standards and be-
coming better acquainted with each
other through the planning of wor-
ship and social activities together.
In keeping with the above aim,
the group planned a variety of pro-
grams this year which included ri
campus-wide religious party, a spa-
ghetti dinner, a pot-luck supper, .1
caroling party with Lutheran Stu-
dents Association, and meeting with
This group is linked with all the
Methodist fellowships on other
campuses, and is affiliated with the
Toledo District Methodist office.
Officers for the year are: jim
Smith, President, Beverly Crosby.
Vice-Presidentg Glenda Thompson,
Secretary: Shirley Taylor, Treasurer,
and Donna Thompson, Chaplain
Dr. Coulter of Epworth Methodist
Church, Mrs. Radabaugh, and Dr.
Dunathan are advisors.
ROXW 1-J. Penney, A. Pethke. S. Taylor, C. Huffer. F. Harrison. D. Thompson
ROW 2-E. Dauster. J. Fenn, D. Redman, S. Shields. N. Richardson. J. Bell. N. Fisher
M. Reiter. S. Kabel
ROW 5-R Van Nest, J. Huffer, P. Gagggin. j. Smith. Cv. Dougherty, M. Davenport
S. Kabul. M. Talbot.
ROW 1iK. Bruckner. XV. Satzinger. J. Mourier, W. Dingler. J. E. Curtiss. Dr. A. N. Solberg, S, Wilcox. W. Jaegers. P. Scholz.
H. Sauer. K. Greimeier. ROW 2-E. Ge-ringer, SI. Kourous. D. Strasser. F. Greinz. L. Quist, E. Ferschli, J. Mietz. A. Hiendl, L. Quin,
I.. Vifinder, A. Kazouris. ROW 3-K. Ramming, F. Pfister, K. Baumgartner. I Madei, K. Sammer. V. Larsen. K. Andresen. N. Kas-
nakides. ABSENT-H. Aue, M. Birkedal, D. Bretigniere. -I. Droge, R. Engers, R. Yon Ebner. H. von Biela, G. Gartner, W. Genth,
j. Gfoehler. K. Gruber, Il. Gruszka, H. hlamoeck, A. Kraigher, H. Kruminen, D. Muster. A. Pantazides, H. Pohl, F. Rottensteiner.
A, Scliintller. C. Sevastakis. P. Tillman. A. Tschann, and H. Zaussinger.
MUTUAL SECURITY PROGRAM
FOREIGN OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATION
WORK-STUDY TRAINING PROGRAM
This program is designed to bring young tradesmen from Marshall Plan countries to the United States for a
year. They work in industry and attend classes, taking courses in English, Orientation, Labor-Managemet, and Tech-
nical Production. Since july, 1952, 120 participants representing Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Icelaflil.
ltaly, Netherlands, and Norway have attended the University of Toledo project, living on the campus.
The aim of WSTP is to stimulate development of potential labor leaders, give a board demonstration of
American democracy, and increases occupational skills. Their hrsthdnd knowledge of the United States enables the
participants to counteract Communist lies about us.
Dr, Archie N, Solberg, Directgr of Special Service-5, administers this proiect with Mr. james E. Curtiss as WSTP
Supervisor, and Miss Sharon M. Wilcox as WSTP Secretary.
A joint Management-Labor-School Committee is composed of Chairman Asa S. Knowles, University Presi-
dent, and jesse R. Long, Assistant to the President, as school representativesg Personnel Managers William Sprenger,
Doehler-larvis Corp.. and Charles Davis, Fred Christen Co.. -15 m11f121g6mCHt rCp1'GSentativesg Raymond Flory, Execu-
tive Secretary, Central Labor Union, arid Thomas Myles, Business Agent, Machinists Union, as AFL representativesg
Howard H. Rediger, Executive Secretary, Industrial Union Council as CIO representative, and Dr. Solberg as Secretary.
Abbott, Virginia Ann
Abel, John F.
Abel, Marilyn June
Abel, Myron T.
Abrams, Alan Arthur 155
Abrams, Harvey A.
Abrass, Patricia Ann 120.
165. 174, 192, 195
Adams, Benjamin 7
Adams, Charles W. 160
Adams, John Joseph
Adams, Louann 160. 191
Adams, Thomas F. 145
Adamshick, Donald R.
Adler, Otto Richard 155
Adler, Robert J.
Adrian, Alice S.
Agard, Ronald D.
Ainsworth, Joseph D.
Albert, John R. 188
Albring, James Lee
Al-Dobaissi, Rasheed 10, 165
Alesi, Louis A.
Allen, Charles R.
Allen, Donald S.
Allen, James F.
Amborski, Robert L.
Ames Sall ' Ann
Andersen, Norma L.
Anderson, Daniel J. 85, 152
Anderson, Donald W.
Anderson James H.
Anderson, Jerry G. 61, 154
Anderson, Mildred 1.
Anderson. Ronald T.
Anderson, Roy T. 152
Anderson, William 129
Anderson William O.
Andrews,5Leon M. 72, 75, 140
Andrews, Robert J.
7. 152, 186
Andrzejewski, David A.
Andrzeiewski, Joseph M.
Ankenbrandt, Donald J. 156
Ankenbrandt, Gerald I.
Ansel, Howard Carl
Ansley, William Gene
7. 105, 179
Anthony, Glenda L. 98, 105
Anton, Mary C. 87
Appleman, Beatrice P.
Appleman, Mary L.
Arbuthnot, Frederick J.
Ardner, Paul E.
Areddy, Joseph M. 184
Armentrout, Terrence J. 145
Armbruster, Rosanna M.
Armstrong, Sam G.
Arndt. Janet 174
Arndt, Richard A.
Arney. Ervin L.
Arney, Fred D.
Arthur, Raymond K. 7
Artley, Ann Florence
Asato, James K.
7. 165. 191
Asnien, Sanford H. 155, 162
Aubell, Gregory C.
Aubry, Robert F. 7
Aukerman, Carl A. 194
Ault, james Wesley, Jr.
Auth, Robert H.
Avers, Wilbur John
Awe, Evelyn Eva
Baciak. Norman 171
Badger, Carole J.
120. 192, 195
Baehre, Irma Erika 165
Baensch, Mary L.
Bailey, Richard Fred
Bailiff, Robert T. 7
Baim, Jean Norisse 165
Bainbridge, Jane A. 7, 1 18,
169, 178, 180. 192, 196
Bair, Richard D. 7
Baker, Charles H.
Baker. Donna Jean
Baker, Elizabeth Ann
Baker, Frances H.
Bakeri John C.
Baker, Joseph L. 159, 174, 184
Baker, Mary Jo
Baker, Richard E.
Baker, Robert M.
Baldwin, Richard N.
Ball, John D.
Ball. Theodore R. 7, 154,
Ballmer, John C.
Balsinger, Roberta J.
Bamman, Harry XV.
Bamman, Jacquelyn L.
Barber, Jerry A.
Barber, John L.
Barcelona, Charles B. 7, 60
Barcelona, Nancy Lou 7, 88,
161, 176, 185
Bargahiser, Dolph A.
Bargahiser, Kenneth J. 8
Bargmann, Judith A.
Barkimer, Martha M. 8
Barnett, Joseph, Jr.
Barnhart, Iva E.
Baron, Phillip G.
Barron, Harry Gene
Barshel, Robert F.
Bartholomew, Rav G. 150
Bartnik, Richard W.
Bartz, Nancy Anne
Basista, Darold J.
Basinger, Connie Lou
Batch, Melvin L. 8, 146, 172,
Batdorf, F. Jack 195
Battie, Phyllis J. 8
Bauer, Marilyn D. 150, 174
Bauerschmidt, Donald G.
Baumann, James Lee
Baumann, Victor G. 8, 152
Baumberger, John G.
Baxa, Virginia A.
Bartley, 1Warvin O. 85, 86,
144. 175. 195
Bav, Barton H. 154, 172,
Bayes, Emerson G., Jr.
Bayes, James A. C. 160
Bayha, William L.
Bayliss, Carolyn 182
Baz, Arthur E. 155
Beachy, Don Karl 140
Beals, Eldon G.
Beam, Betty L.
Beard, Richard D.
Beard, Richard V.
Beard, Thomas C.
Beck, Edward S.
Beck, Patricia M.
Becker, Lois Marie
Beckett. Paul E.
Beckhoff, Otto F. 146
Beddoes, John C. 8, 142,
Bedee, Ronald G. 60
Bednarz, Ronald J.
Beebe, Bruce B.
Beebe, Raymond N.
Beebe, Richard 155
Beehner, Richard D.
Beier, Sharon Rose
Bell, Baxter J.
Bell, Gerald E.
Bell, Janet L. 8, 124, 161,
Bell. Joyce Joan 174, 184
Bell, Wilson 162
Bellair, Laverne J.
Beltz, Patricia Ann 95. 120
Bender, Susan C. 8, 118
Bendlin, Beverly R. 8
Benson, Edrene 150, 167
Benson, James R. 160
Benson, J. Thomas 8, 98, 151,
Bentley, Thon1as N. 175
Berggrun, Emil S. 155. 154,
Bergmann, Duane Keith 162
Bergmann, Joan Anita
Bernhardt, Corena S.
Berning, Robert G. 110
Berry, Richard C.
Best, Barbara A. 120. 192, 196
Bethel, Grace A.
Beverstock, Robert 175
Bicanovsky, Carl S.
Biddle, Lelia Mae
Biela, Richard J.
Bierley, Russell R. 162
Biernacki, Gerald J. 145, 174,
Bones, David L.
Bonkowski, Robert J.
Boodjeh, Parviz B.
Booker. Grace H. 154, 169
Booth, George H., Jr.
115. 140, 195
Booth, Jeftery 182
Bordner, Gerald D.
Born, Donald E.
Bosak, Patricia 174
Bourdo, Maurice E. 8
Bourquin, Anna M.
Bowen, Nancy Jane 95, 122,
Bowers, Opal Mae Y
Bowes, M. Victoria 150, 182
Bowman, J. Ronald 9, 140
Bowman, Roger Alan
Bowman, William E.
Boy, Jerry L. 145
Boyd, Robert F. 9, 151, 157
Boyd, Shirley D. 116
Boyer, Duane 158
Boyko, Paul 72, 75
Boysen, Fred S.
Bracken, Colleen J. 9, 82, 124
Braden, Victor K.
Bradley, Richard J. 146, 152
Brady, Joseph R.
Brancheau, Thomas E.
Brandeberry, K. Grant 145
Brandel, Mary Jo 9, 118
Brandon, David K.
Brassheld, Raymond T.
Brawner, George W.
9. 129, 158
Bray, Virginia M.
Brechbill, Larry D. 145
Breese, Robert W. 155. 174
Brenneman, Ronald L.
Brenner, Irving 150
Bretherton, Robert N.
Brigham, Jeannette B.
Billmaier, Carl G.
Binkley, Grace E. 189
Bins, Robert Vincent 8, 155
Bisbee, William F.
Bissonette. Janice Ann
Bittick, Lois A. 124
Black, John C.
Black, Norman J. 155
Black, Ronald L. 168
Blake, Duane E.
Blake, Elizabeth Ann
Blanchard, Fred C.
Blanchard, Mary M. 85, 118,
166, 187, 190, 195
Blanchard, William C. 152
Brimmer, Robert A.
Britton, Marilyn 118
Brockman, Constance M.
Brockway, Dennis G. 152
Brokate, Mary Lou
Brookenthal, Albert 9, 155
Brooks, Helen L.
Brown, Albert M.
Brown, Galen C. 191
Brown, Gloria D. 9
Brown, James K.
Brown, John Richard
Brown, Paul A.
Brown, Ronald Walker
Brown, Theodore M.
Browning, Barbara L.
Blane, Edna H. 157, 186
Blum, Paul Robert
Bochenek, Dale H. 150, 186
Bockrath, Dolores Ann
Bodenmiller. Theodore 8, 142
Bodenstedt, Joseph J. 8
Bodi, Owana P. 126
Boehm, Carol Anne 122
Boehringer, Shirley A. 85,
Bogle, John A. 154, 194
Bohn, Stewart M.
Boiinolf, Thomas 8
Bokan, Thomas E.
Bollin, E. Beth
Bolton, Nancy V. 126
Bonacci, Richard 72, 75. 162
Bond, June E.
Brubaker, Kevin D. 158
Bruggeman, Marcia 106
Brugger. Caroline Ann
Bruner, Charles T.
Bruno, Dominic 101, 142,
Bruns, Carl K. 9. 155
Bruns, Joyce Marilyn
Brunskill, James A. 155
Buck, Donald R. 144
Buckley, Donald P.
Bull, Lee Roy
Bundy, N. David
Bundy, Ronald E.
Buneta, Joseph S.
Burbank, John H. 160
Burgmaier, Barbara A. 98
Burgoon, Joan Marie 85, 172
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A MAN cAN snow
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Ours is a growing companyfand we can
grow together in fields where a man has
ample opportunity and room to carve out a
satisfying life-time career.
We offer you stability that is inherent in
the business of manufacturing and distrib-
uting a variety of goods, continually being
broadened by the development of new
products reaching new markets.
You can enjoy the advantages that come
from association with a company which is
outstanding in reputation and prestige in
You can benefit from a training program
that has proved its worth to a large number
of young men during the past several years
as We have expanded our operations.
You can have the security to be found in
an organization where men stay and grow
WITH OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY
with a growing company, where there are
liberal life and health insurance plans, and
solidly established retirement plans.
THE OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY LINES INCLUUEI
Glass containers for foods, beverages,
medicines, cosmetics, household chemi-
calsq . . . closures, corrugated cartons,
wood boxes, table glassware, laboratory
glassware, glass block and insulating ma-
terials. television bulbs, electrical insu-
lators, custom molded plastics.
We are interested in qualified young men
with either technical or non-technical back-
grounds for training in sales, production
management or general engineering. We
invite those interested to write directly to:
Director, Selection of SIJ9C'ZiCllliZ0d Personnel
MAKERS OF PRODUCTS
Cl1iNlili.Xl, OFFICIQS ' TOLIZDO 1, OIIIO
Burmeister, Donald F.
Burns, Robert A.
Burr, Michael E.
Burton, Gary A. 144
Burton. Jo Ann 180
Burton, William H.
Burzynski, Alfred J.
Busch, Catherine M.
Buschmann, Marilyn May 150
Bush, Daniel David
Bush, Philip E. 160, 164, 180
Buster, Robert 174
Butler, Joyce M.
Butz, George William
9, 15 1, 157
Butz, Robert E.
Buzzelli, Victor 171
Byczynski, Eleanor E.
Byrne, Charles B.
Byrne, Terrence L.
Cain, John J. 171
Cain, Patricia Ann
Calcamuggio, Milton D. 9
Calkins, Barbara J.
Callahan, Denis L.
Campbell, Richard 129
CanHeld, Margaret A.
Cannon. Carolyn L. 9, 157.
Capaul, Norma G.
Carlsen, Joan E.
Carlson, M. Dosia 150, 175
Carmo. Luciano Do 165
Carnicom. Jerald D. 160, 169
Carnicom. Robert T. 61, 162
Carr, Edward P.
Carr, William E.
Carroll, Clare E.
Carsner, Stephen V. 160
Carson, Robert R.
Carstensen, Kay A.
Case, James B.
Casler. Robert R.
Cassidy, Daniel G. 160, 170
Cavalier, Paul Eugene
Cavanaugh, Thomas A.
Chabler, Allan J. 151
Chambers, Donna J.
Chambers, Shirley Ann
Chancy, Virgil Lee 129
Chapman, Sara M. 124,
Charles. John Harry
Cherry, Don B.
Christensen, John R.
Christensen. Louis M.
Chrones, Christos P. 168
Church, Elizabeth 165
Churchman, James W.
Cieply, Oleh Roman
Cieslewicz, Eugene J.
Cira, S. Paul 162
Clabaugh, Juanita J. 174
Clancy, John P.
Clapper, Douglas Ray
Clark, Jack B. 150
Clark, Joette 167
Clark, Shirley Ann 159.
Clark, Thomas D. 156, 184
Clark, William P.
Clarke, Joanne M. 9, 161,
Clarkson, Harry E.
Clarkson, James P.
Claus, Margery S.
Claus, Peter A.
Clay, Bernita E.
Clegg, Richard P.
Clevenger, Nancy Lou
Clifford, Donald F.
Cline, Charles W. 9, 171
Clouse, Beverly Ann
Cline, William L.
Coble, Nancy Marquardt 190
Coder, James L. 140
Cohen, Norman 155, 154
Edward M. 188
Cole, Jack G. 9
Cole, Kenneth J.
Cole, Nancy J. 9, 116, 150,
Cole, Patricia Mae 10, 118,
159, 181, 190, 195
Coles, Carmen Y. 167
Collier, Helen J. 10, 88, 112,
116, 157, 176, 186
Collins, George E.
Collins, John E.
Collins, Marilyn J. 85, 118,
165, 172, 192, 196
Collins, Marolyn D.
Collins, Polly Jo 120. 174.
Collins, Willard G. 162
Collum, Mary Carol 82, 166
Colucci, Alfred G.
Colwell, Lynn A.
Combs, Carolyn M. 192
Commager, Henry S.
Cone, James M.
Longer, C. Eugene
Longer, Francis Lee 166, 172
Conley, Robert D. 150
Connors, John J. 10, 88, 158,
157, 174, 186, 187, 194,195
Connors, Patrick R. 64
Connors, Thomas H.
Conroy, Robert J.
Cook, Jack Franklin
Cook, Jackie Ann
Cook, William B.
Cooley, Benjamin L.
Coon, Larry M.
Cooper, Gerald 150
Cooper, Joyce Ellen 10
Cooper, William J.
Cooperider, Dorothy J.
Cornelius, Charles A. 168
Cornwell, Glenn C.
Cornwell, Nancy R.
Corrello, William D.
Cory, Francis J.
Cory, Milton T.
Cosgrove. Robert W. 145
Cotta, Gilbert A.
Cottrell, McKenzie S.
Cousino, Ralph E.
10, 175, 194
Couture, Lavonne L.
Cover, John Philip
Covey, Frank F.
Cowdrey, Doris 1.
Cowell, Mary Louise
Cox, Donald A. 168
Cox, Marilyn Jeanne
150, 159, 160
Cox, Nancy Ann 114
Coyle, Henry C. 61
Craig, Betsy Rose 122, 192
Cramer, Philip G.
Crampton, Dallas L.
Cranon, Geraldine B.
Crawford, Harold J.
Crider, Gerald M.
Crosby, Beverly G. 122, 157
Crunkilton, Beverly J. 166
Csizek, Theodore J.
Cubberly, Carol S.
Cukierski, Chester C. 144
Culp, Carolyn Ann
Culver, Delores C.
Cunningham, Carol J.
Curley, Joyce A.
Curry, Ernest E.
Curtis, Larry Jan
Curtiss, James E.
Cuthbert, Martha J.
Czajkowski, Melvin C. 152
Dague. Roy Clark 10, 154,
Dailey, Robert W.
Dailey, Roger E.
Dalton, Richard L. 162
Dame, Robert Leo 64
Damrauer, Harold E. 10, 150
Daniels, Budd D.
Daugherty, Eleanor K.
Dauster, Emma E. 118, 163,
Davenport, Mary J. 116, 191
Davenport, Robert A.
Davey. Chester A.
David, Janet Rose 180
Davies. Carol J. 120
Davies, George W.
Dick, Wesley M.
Dickey, Sally M.
Didelius, Carol Jean
Dietz, Richard J. 146
Dillinger, Sharon Lee
Dinkins, Dwight Dale
Disher, John W.
Dittmer, Virgene A.
Diver, Helen 120
Dixon, Merle Rollin 129
Doarn, Loretta M.
Dobis, Richard J. 64
Dobson, Vernon Jay 142
Doebler, Marilyn M. 10
Doederlein, Delton M.
10, 154, 171
Doherty, Daniel O.
Dohm, Joyce Ellen
Dolan, Barbara 174
Dombi, William V.
Dominique, Monica M.
Donahue, James T. 129
Donath, James Donald
Doncoes, Mary E. 10, 88
Doner, D. Richard 194
Donley, Robert N.
Doody, Joseph A.
Dorf, Joyce Ann 158
Dorf, Wendell E. 158,
Dorfmeister, Ida T. 93, 120
165, 174, 196
Dorfmeister, Max W.
Dorsey, Samuel A. 129, 150
Davis, Daisy T.
Davis Edythe Ann
Davis James Allen
Davis Jerry Glenn 146
Davis, John W.
Davis, Kenneth D.
Davis, Marvin A.
Davis Nancy Garry 10. 112
Davis, Robert C.
Davis Shirley Ann 61, 86
Davis. Stanley W.
Double. Susan M. V
Dougherty, George F. 100.
115, 144, 175, 197
Douglas, Andrew G.
Dow, Nancy Ann 11
Dowdney, Virginia H. 11,88
Downer, Patricia Lou
Draheim, Richard N.
Dayton, Darlene A.
114. 166, 192
Dean, Janet L.
Dearbaugh, Judy M. 10
Debarr, Ernest B. 142
Decker, Dorothy J.
Deckrosh, Darwin D.
Degroff, Morton S. 10
Degroff, Norman 154, 171
Dehring, James C.
Deister, William J.
Delaplane. Mary A. 118.163,
166, 172. 196
Delbecq. Jean P. 157
Demars, Philip B. 174
Demars, Susan E. 122, 196
Dembinski, Joseph R. 174
Demerdiian, June E. 150
Demko, Ronald J.
Dennis, Edward B.
Dennis, Helen M.
Dennis, Milton R.
Depolo, Ronald E. 86, 162
Deprisco, Gerald V. 150,
Desalvo, Paul Edward
15 5. 17 5
Desalvo, Robert J.
Desboeufs, John R. 142,
Desmond, James H.
Destella, Richard T.
Detmer, Donna J.
Devore, Richard E. 164
Dicioccio, John J. 171
1 13, 142
Drake, Barbara L. 11, 122,
Drake, Duane E. 162
Drake, Gerald D.
Drake, Martha L. 116,
Drake, Philip A.
Drake Robert D. 11 115,138
Drakey, Robert A.
Drechsler, Howard J.
Drees, Duane J. 145
Dreher, Robert F.
Driftmyer, Richard T.
Driscoll. Patricia M. 120.
174, 190, 195, 196
Driscoll, Paul M.
Driscoll, Robert V.
Driscoll, Virginia S.
Driver, Ben Milton 162
Drouviotou, Golfo B. 165,
Drozik, Paul J.
Druckenmiller, C. J.
Duck, Eileen M. 150
Dudrow, Mary M. 191
Duerson, Georgiana I. 165
Dugan, James L. 11, 140, 151
Duhaime, Gary S.
Duhigg, John T.
Dulskis, Robert J.
Dunathan, John W. 142
Dunaway, Barbara Ann
Duncan, Charles D.
Dungan, John W. 151
Dunipace, Russell E.
Dunlap, Janice Ann 174
Ding How Restaurant
Good Steak at Reasonable Prices
Dorr At Westwood Free and Easy Parki g
Orders To T ke O t JO. 7570
Large Dining Room For Parties and Meetings
HO CHOY'S RESTAURANT
Meaning "Good Luck"
3360 Monroe Street GA. 0237
CHINESE AND AMERICAN FOODS
Division of the General Tire Sc Rubber Company
Dunlap, Robert R.
Dunlop, Robert K. 82. 134
Durbin, Donald Lee
Durr, D. Duane 140, 162
Duwve, James R. 82, 140,
Dye, David P.
Dyer, Robert E. 11
Dysert, Richard K.
Dzienny, Frederick L.
Earlywine, john J.
Eastin, Carol Lue 191
Easton, Charles L.
Eaton, Robert D.
Eaton, William James
Ebenstein, Arline 128, 191
Ebert, Roy John 144, 150
Eckhart, H. Eldon
Eddie, Robert G. 11
Edelen, Ann 11, 169. 176.
178, 180, 190
Ednie, Ralph L. 162
Edwards, Beverly J.
Eichbauer. James L. 61, 76
Eichman, David C. 172
Eisenhauer, Carl, Jr.
Elchert, Gerald C.
Elder, Robert C.
Eldridge, Richard C.
Elia, Robert U.
Elliott, James Lee 144
Elliott, Richard D. 155
Elliott, Thomas K.
Ellis, C. Thomas
Ellis, Dale W.
Ellis, Julia E.
Ellis, Norma Mae 167
Ellison, Ronald Allen 160
Ellsworth, Sydney R. 166
Ely, Richard E. 162, 194
Emch, Richard D.
Emerick, Joyce A.
Emerson, Richard W.
Emery, Herbert M. 11, 183.
189. 195, 194
Eriksen, Leif Thomas 140
Ernsberger, James R.
Ertle, Robert J.
Ertle, Thomas E.
Eschedor, Harry W.
Eschedor, Thomas J.
Estrel, Wayne R.
Etchen, Robert E. 143
Etters, Anita Ruth 82, 88,
118, 161, 176
EvanoH', Dorothy J. 110, 114,
Evanoff, John M. 150
Evanoff, Stephen 61, 162
Evans, Dolores D.
Evans, Marion M.
Evans, Nancy jean 174
Evans, Roy Newell
Evdemon, Katherine 1 1
Eversole, Bonnie M. 1 1
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Howard, Gerald R. 144, 174
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Hudak, William M. 162, 165
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Huff, Arthur Dee 155
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Huffer, Carol Jean 82, 85, 88,
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Hull, Duane A, 154, 172,
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Johnson, Richard Gale 168
Johnson, Robert G. 64
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Jones, Arthur S. 129
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Jones, Peggie B. 150, 182
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Joseph, J. Mehsen 171
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Knuth, Donald F. 140
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Koester, John M. 115. 146
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Kohler, Robert D. 168
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Kriner, Thomas E. 171
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Kronbach, Suzanne M. 124,
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Krueger, Kay R. 150
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Kuehnle, Horace N.
Kuhlman, Robert S. 158
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Kuhta, Walter F.
Kuiawa, John C. 150
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Kunes, Ronald E.
Kunkle, Suzanne C. 191
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Kuttler, Marilynn E. 114, 154,
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Kwapich, Kenneth R. 152
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Lagro, Ralph 154
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Lalendorf, Donald E. 64
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Lehman, Lorene C. 82, 184
Leininger, Paul F. 155
Leininger, Ramona C. 87, 88,
Leistner, Carl R. 16, 89, 144
Leistner, Ralph F. 144, 172
Leiter, P. Bernie 140
Leizman, Aaron D. 150, 155,
Leland, Gerald J. 174, 194
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Lemle, Barbara J. 112, 126,
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Lenkay, Joseph S. 154, 155
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Leopold, Edward J. 162
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Leupp, Howard A. 162
Leutz, Barbara K. 150
Levin, Howard S. 151
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Levy, Edgar H. 95, 150
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Lewis, Magnes Joe 64
Lewis, Marlene E. 172
Lewis, Neal R. 145
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Liedel, Leonard 64, 162
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Lillich, Edward R. 171, 185
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Lindsay, Anne Louise 110,
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Link, Arthur J.
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Little, James A. 86
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Lockett, Patrick H. 162
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Jacque 17, 146, 152
Long, James R. 150
Philip A. 110, 138, 182
Willis F. 115, 158
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Lorenzen, John W.
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Louviaux, Robert A. 95, 100,
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Lykes, Jack M.
Lynch, Patricia Ann 124
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Maag, Donald C. 174
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Stoldt, Sue A.
Stoll, Mary K. 124, 161, 196
Stone, Barbara J. 25
Stone, Jack Y.
Stoneburner, Chalmer S. 162
Stonis, Edward H. 25, 154,
Stout, John L.
Stowell, Richard H.
Stoyanoff, George 162
Strahm, Richard M.
Stranahan, Virginia S.
Strayer, William R.
Straziuso, Michael P. 162
Streib, Barbara A. 25, 118
Stromfeld, Robert M.
Stromwall, Janis L. 105, 191
Struble, William H. 145
Strunz, Pawlikowski R. 165
Stucker, George F.
Studer, Geraldyne L. 25, 118
TOLEDO'S BEST KNOWN PRODUCTS
lNDUSTRIAl AND RETAIL SCAlES
RESTAURANT DISHWASHERS 0 FOOD MACHINES
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Salesroom All Under the Same Roof
Toledo ohio 715 JEFFERSON MA. 9107
Sturgill, Dennis T.
Suckley, Robert D.
Suddath, Suzanne S.
Sullivan, James E.
Sullivan, Patricia M. 174
Summers, John C.
Suntala, Donald R. 21,
Surface. Donald A.
Susor, William C. 145
Suszka, Robert W. 152
Swanson, Elizabeth M.
Swartz, Earl E. 25. 168
Swartz, Iris Ann
Swartz, Ronnie J.
Sweeney, Patricia A.
Swick. Robert L.
Swy. Paul H.
Sylak, Anthony J. 144
Syx, John B.
Szkudlarek, Ellsworth 155
Szymanski, Marlene H.
Szymanski, Philip P.
Taberner, Orris V.
Tailford. William D.
Takacs, Andrew J. 87, 140
Takrouri. Mohammad A.
Talbut, Mary C. 124, 180.
192, 196, 197
Talty, Peter J.
Tanber. Patricia J. 161
Tank, Richard J.
Tanner, James D.
Taormina, Julius W. 60
Tassell, Paul N.
Tate. Richard 61
Tattersall. John H.
Thompson Glenda 126,
Thompson, Julia Ann
Thompson, Marttie L. 25. 114
Thompson, Mary M.
Thompson, Richard S.
Thompson, Robert B.
Thompson. William R.
Thoms, Glen E.
Thorp, Opal V.
Thorpe. Robert A.
Thrailkill, Donald P.
Threadgill, Roy, Jr. 129
Tibbits, Beverly J.
Tiffany, Arthur L. 144
Tillotson, Robert L. 146, 172
Timbers, Richard D.
Timbers, William C.
Tiplady, Robert W. 151
Tobias. Donald M.
Tavernier. Norma L.
Taylor, Donna J. 172, 196
Taylor, Elaine 25, 114, 164
166, 172, 185
Taylor, Norbert T.
Taylor. Robert J. 145, 172
Taylor, Sanford 154, 185
Shirley Mae 114, 165
166, 196. 197
Taylor. Thomas R. 156
Robert L. 25
Teeters, Clarence 162
Teigland. John F. 95. 110, 172
Teitlebaum, Elliott 25, 86.87,
89. 150. 156
Tellam. Edward W.
Teman, Yale E. 151
Temple, Sharon L.
Templin. James A.
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Terrell. Malcolm C.
Terry, Nancy C. 166. 172
Thibaut, Wayne E.
Thomas, Carl E.
Thomas, Delmer Lee
Thomas, George 25
Thomas. Haikas 165
Thomas, James S.
Thomas, Joan Ann
Thomas Louise Annette
ames D 75 154,152
Todak, J . 2. , .
Todak, Thomas G. 145
Tokles, Angelo T.
Tolley, Carol A. 150
Topolski, Richard D. 174
Topsil, A. Lucretia
Topsil. Marva M. 180
Torio, Richard 25, 87, 89
Toth, Gertrude A.
Towse, Richard W. 152
Travis, Richard B. 25
Traxler. Janet E.
Treiber, Frank M. 184
Treon, Thomas K.
Trinkner, Roger L. 156,
15 1 15 7
Tripepi. Pat, Jr.
Triplett, Melvin C. 60
Tucker. Margaret A.
Tucker, Robert E.
Turner, Jill Frances 165
Turner, Joyce L.
Turner. Ronald 115. 154, 172
Turski, Ronald J.
Tuttle, Frank H. 174
Ung, William W.
Uhler. John F.
Umbles. Clayton E. 64, 162
Urbanowicz, Joan C. 120. 196
Urie, Robert A.
Valentine, Gary D. 140
Vandame, Clarine E. 72, 190,
192, 195, 196
Vanluven, William R.
Vannest, Kathleen D. 25
Vannesr, Ronald L.
Vanpoucke, Fred C.
Vansickle, Richard D. 194
Vedda, Joseph C. 61, 162
Vedder. Robert C.
Venia, Richard L.
Venters, Donald C. 146
Veres, Elmer W.
Vick, Carolyn Jo
Vick, Edward W. 89, 115,
Vickers, Marian G.
Vigh. Donald A.
Vinci, Joseph R.
Thomas, Mickey 129
Thomas, Shirley Ann 180
Thomas, Sonia 165
Thompson, Donald J.
Thompson, Donna Mae 25,
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Vitins, llga Ilona
Vogeli, John L.
Vogelsang. Donald A. 162
Vonnicolai, Bernhard N.
Vosper, Ralph R.
Voudouris, Georgia 118,
Voudouris, Paul J.
Wachowiak, David A.
Wagner, Jack L.
Wagner, Richard E.
Wahl, Philip R. 145
Waid, Charles D. 162
Walczak, Jo Allyn 174, 196
Waldron, Jeanine Sue
Waldrop, Milton R.
Walker, Arthur Lee 129
Walker, Donald V. 129
Walker, Milton C. 142
Walker, Nan E. 124, 174,
Wallace, Shirley Lee 118
Wallick, Robert G.
Wallington, Jack A.
Walter, Lawrence A. 146
Walter, Robert D. 144
Walters, Gene A.
Walters, William B. 25, 154
Walton, Ronald O. 144
Waltz, Paul A.
Wamsley, Duane E.
Wandtke, Arthur A.
154, 171, 194
Ward, Frank R. 188
Ward, Jean Lucille
Wareh, Adham Z.
Warmbier, Michael C. 25, 186
Warner, Lois A.
Warner, Phyllis Ann 25.
Vfarren, Morris R. 174
Warren. Robert A.
Warrick, Bert J. 154
Washeck, Patricia Ann
Washeck, Richard 150, 160
Waters, Harold G.
Watkins, John K.
Watkins, Richard F. 145
Watt. Ernestine 150, 182
Watt. James Robert
Weaver, Eugene J. 25
Weber, Betty Lou 150, 175
Wegman. Carsten J. 168
Wehrle, Robert L. 85
Weinman, Robert S.
Weis, Jay E.
Weisberg, Gerald H. 150
Weiss, Philip J.
Wekwert, Rose Marie 174
Welch, John F.
Welch, Marilyn Lois
Welling, John R.
Wellinger, William T.
Welter, Donald 146
Welty, Yvonne L.
Wem, Don 72, 75. 162
Wendel, Esther C. 192
Wendt, Howard D.
Wendt, Kevan B.
Wenzel, John J. 156
Wenzel, Paul W.
Werba, Henry C.
Werner, John F. 156
Wester, Sylvia J. 174
Wetli, Robert G.
Wetmore. George L. 162, 185
Wheeler, James F.
Wheeler, James O.
Whippen, William H.
White, Barbara J. 25, 150
White, George W. 24, 154
White, John T.
White, Kenneth I.
White, Norma Jean
White, William C. 194
Whitmore, Jack R.
Whittaker, Mary L.
Whitten, James C. 115,
Whittenberg, Gloria 166,
Widmer, Marcia K.
Wiemeyer, Anna C.
Wiley, David F. 110
Wilkerson, Gordon D.
Wilkinson, Barbara J. 174
Willer, Maxine Fern
Willhauck, Gerald F.
Williams, Bernice C. 165
Williams, Charles E.
Williams, Elinor G. 150, 167
Williams, Harold A. 115,
Williams, Helen G.
Williams, Mary J.
Williams, Mildred H.
Williams, Nancy J.
Williams Paul W.
Williams, Rudolph L.
Williamson, Marshall B.
Williamson, Patty Jean
Willis, Carol E.
ward J. 64
Wilson, Sndra J.
Wilson, Sharon L.
Wines, Donald L. 145
Wines, Nancy J.
Wing, Thomas G., Jr.
Wingate, Donald E.
Wingate, James L.
Wingate, John B.
Winkelman, Carl C.
Winslow, Paul E. 144
Winterhalter, Richard 168
Winzenried, Robert F.
Wisbon, Ben 61
Wise, Dean Lamar
Wise, Jack T. 61, 162
Wisniewski, Beverly 116, 154
Wisniewski, David E. 66
Wisnnewski, Duane C. 24
Witker, Jeri E. 150, 159, 160
Wittenberg, Lawrence H.
Witty, Charles E.
Wobser, Janet A. 172, 192
Wodrich, Jay Dennis
Woitowicz, Richard Z. 146
Wolfe, Robert R.
WolH, Arthur C.
Wolff, Edwin Ray 154
Wood, James W.
Woodruff, James R.
Woodruff, Thomas R. 84,
Woods, Thomas F. 84, 85, 158
Worden, William E.
Workman, Jan H.
Wright, Donald G. 64
Wright, William D.
Wroblewski, Rita Ann
Wyatt, Joyce S.
Wyman. Ronald 154, 154
Wyraz, Chester S. 24, 155
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Drilling 0Perotions -
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Complimenis Of I I' I
GOULDEN'S SEA Eoon I
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BUILDERS SUPPLY AND BRICK COMPANY
914 Summit St. Toledo, Ohio
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 1,-me Prescription Drug Store of Rossfordu
FOR A HAPPY FUTURE
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THE BLUE AND GOLD fe'ePh0"e WA- 3003
Qin The men's dormj EARL C. MYERS, Proprietor
Yager, Franklin O. 155
Yager, Leo J.
Yarick, Philip A.
Yeager, Douglas C. 24
Yorkewitch, Stanley M.
Young. John Wesley
Young, Margie H. 150, 174
Young, Nancy M. 24
Young, Nathaniel J.
Young, Richard Otto 24, 84,
89. 109. 144. 166. 169
Young, Robert C.
Younkman, Arnold F. 24, 174
Zaccaria, Russell P. 72, 73, 86
Zachman, Mary S. 166, 174
Zaft, Lawrence 1 15, 130
Zahn, Frederick E.
Zahn, William J. 142
Zakolski, Norbert W.
Zanes, Charles A. 162
Zank, Lawrence K.
Zatko, Paul G. 24
Zedlitz, Robert H. 140
Zedro, Jack R. 24, 155
Zegarlowicz, Melvin R.
Zerbey, Dann Edward
Ziatz, Maurine 128
Zielinski, Stanley J.
Zienkiewicz, Robert J.
Zietlow, Marston W.
Zimmerman, Arnold J.
110, 134, 190, 194
Zitzelberger, George E.
Zohn, Jack S. 131
Zraik, Robert E.
Zrilich, Leonard C.
Zucker, Elaine 24
Zuelke, Raymond F. 158
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