University of Toledo - Blockhouse Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

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Marshall Nor, III. Ashland Miami Ohio St. III. St. Ball St. B.G.S.lJ. West. Mich. Hiram Ohio Kent St. Season Record: 10 Wins. 2 Losses lst in Mid-American Conference OPP O 20 6 18 16 10 6 3 7 O 13 16 Q .sr -er xx -:N ,Q as -ff' ,..- ,. ' ' f- ' L 1 V ,. -4 ,,. A , ..-2 QQ Ll ' cf. '- -K -- f' 'Y ' ' -, J ' l 7 ,A ' Ei' 5,1 is-' 1 3, N fN"' D Keller, P. Domlnlque. R Junko, B Altlmore, D Long, D Ekleberrv, S Beler. S Schlcmno, B Cathcart. P. McCartney, Coach Duck Wllson The Wrestllng Rockets won thelr 6th lVlld-Arn champlonshlp under the able guldance of coach Dick Wllson. Leadlng the way were sensors Dave Kel- ler, 123 Ib.. and Phll McCartney. 167 lb., who fun- lshed flrst ID thelr vvelght classes. Second places went to sophomores Ron Junko, Phll Dornlnlque. and Bull Altlrnore, whlle Sam Schlclano, Steve Beler. and Dave Long won consolatlon brackets. Runner-up to Toledo was Ohlo Unlverslty, and Kent St. llnlshed thlrd-. Wrestlers Win IVIAC Championship ri NMS' ix .1 .15 ' ' 4 4 Q . ' Z X ., , , v xx ,rf , Q 1 Toledo Hosts Mid-Am Tournament Q Hockey This year's edition of the Rocket Hockey team found the competition in the IVICHA league more difficult than in the past. The team has had an initial disadvantage since all of their games are played on the road. The experience gained in this building year will be helpful in the future. EQ 1" W' . MT - A , ' : :PQM .A x A - 1 i SEATED: M. Farrell, S, Frankun, J. McGregor, T. Crothers. T, Harruson. STANDING: T. Mah G. Oseland, B. Kaczay, B, McManus-Coach. NI. Belcuk, D, Waggoner, G Wnlkms, mussmg-B Pferrerle. .. ... .. ,X -- ... ,,... ..,,,.,........ .. ,... ... ,, -, ' w 33 EL.. at qi . Vwv' ----""""""?"""' -'-+i .V Ev, ' ,- ,',.'.l,f 1 .3 1 A- 1 1 L , jg, . . ff mx. -x,, 1-my ,.,,.,1 ,ll ,,,4 -Iwxgl 'X -ELK , 1 K - K, f 'rxyxkriflllf , ,',',, K-Xfiulix-xjlx . wiv '15 ' v'x",:'1' , j':':" I -.l.x.'.I. 'fr,'.K,Qf5h ,PQ ,1l.f,.I. ......'. -f.,.,,.,gS2y.-. , "'.' '." . '.' '.'.'.'.N'.'. . f'.'.'.' ,fr ..w...f.'... 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'. 1: ., L X v ' .' .1 - . - Jiwffg 5-if ., . 1,. 'gLWe,' TY '- 5? a ,,- ' W. T' ?i',75g1.-iT'3'ff,i1.lffT':'4' Q 175. T - 4 . " 2-,' -' A -' - l03 ,,,.' A " wc: W., -I ,,,e 104 if-1 ... fs.. WMI ':. f,,, ...a... Ir! A .. Tl" if! ,-I FRONT ROW, Larry Longenecker, Ron Gazzo. Jerry Lamb, Barney genderfer, Asst. Coach Greg Mitchell. Coach Jack Lowe, Aaron Leslie, Frank Liller, Randy Riddle, Ron Hanna, Dave Carver, Dave Hopkins, Larry Walter. Make Knell, Mel Muller, Marion. ROW TWOg Larry McHale. Ben Barton, Jeff Lydy. Dean Lan- IO5 ff 'Q 'SIN 'H .v . A - Y 1 , 0 I 1' 'w,. '-', nglo, n' 'A rg. ' h- '--. .1 J1"'H-.1 'x'..", Q.. --p nl ., -s -vu-1 -' A-gg' ., o .S v 49: . ,LV ., :,.,,'..-. , o .' X .wx 1,1 ':,'.T"'5 "8"- 'Qfs-". at 15.1 - , ,HZ i ,O tl. I ,. , , V -1 , ." f' , 1-531:-'xo-4' 1 .V 1 1- ,-4 4, 5.--. -4., if 'F' Q l' ' "' ' ' f- Q '-"" ' yt.. T Q ,. Q, 4 ' 1 v-- 1, , ' ' .qv ' s if s '-av ,-:iw J' ,IL I '71, - f sux Q .' ' ,. Q, 0 'A' ', - if. f . 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ROW The 1968 Rocket baseball team was better than their meager 7-14-1 record would tend to in- dicate. The Toledo offense, powered by batting leader Al Dittenhoefer and slugging Mike Dem- bowski, combined to score 112 runs while op- ponents managed a total of only 117. Although the team was something short ot spectacular in the Mid-Am, the Rockets outside the Conference were much more effective. Jumping to two wins and one tie in their season openers, the Toledo nine proceeded to compile a 6-4-1 record in non-league competition. With only three of Coach Finn's understudies graduating, Rocket baseball should be on the upswing next season. 106 THREE: Dave Huey, Mike Dembowski. Jeff Smith, Larry Coffelt, Dennis Carter. ROW FOUR: Bob Sarka, Tom Crothers. Mike Mur- nen, Jim Ferrara. Ralph Kubacki. ROW FIVE: Doug Erb, Bob Daney. Qw - h I D ,A-v"':Q -rg -' gui Baseball rl 107 F? fx 1. 4 1 Tennis For the third consecutive year, To- ledo netters seized the lVIid-American Conference Tennis Championship. Coach Eisner's talented personnel rolled to eleven victories in fourteen matches and grabbed twenty-four of a possible twenty-seven points in the Mid-Am Championship Tourney. Led by Ken Swartz and Mike Ducey, the Rocket varsity journeyed to the East- ern lntercollegiates at Colgate, New York and collared the second position. Toledo efforts in the freshman division also proved fruitful as they took first place. With only three graduating seniors, none of whom were among the top three players, and several fine upcoming freshmen, the out- look for Toledo tennis is extremely bright. 2? , .gg ,. K 7 kin 3' I 6 i I f 1 Q E' ,Y r if '- QD f 'M FRONT ROW: Pete Kramer, Head Coach Brian Eisner, and Dave Boehk. ROW TWO: Rick Nagy, Dave Koehn, Terry Brown, Mike Ducey, and Ken Swartz. N g O O O.. O C 4 U 4 O 0 5 S 'r .R ,lnnzvll 4 -v gl KLA W5 F gx W g ws iffiiii 1 Q, 1 0.3. ' ' -' , STANDING: Pat Mooney, Ralph Santangelo, John Fisher, Joe Meglen. Greg Weida, Pat Kay lor, KNEELING: Phnl Levvandowskl, Coach A. G, Francis. W x I 4.1 fa. H0 I' Last year Coach Barney Francis set out to build a championship unit with four returning Iettermen. What a job he did, 13-3-1 with a team that the year before had to settle for 12 wins and 17 losses. This year, with the and of scholarships and four returning lettermen, Coach Francis looks tor a very high finish inthe MAC. A little luck may bring home a championship. Tough opposition for the young Rockets will de- cide their fate early as they face teams like Northern Illinois, Youngstown. Central Michigan and Xavier, as well as every team in the conference. Intra-mural Basketball 7' xx. n . ,rx , 4 x , a 'I Li' liwt . X 'A r lv' V . X g i - Qi D 52 f-7 4 ' -MQ'-ws' - cr ?' a'o1' X-1..Q.gl F'.'fL.C.AP:T. 4. Y .. 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Ramona Ford Janis Enk Paulette Zvch Jennifer Herold Karen Mettes Quzanne Kay, Barbara Allen. Judy Metcalf, Carla McCann, Rhoda Mitchell Ca ell Kristine Sander Susan Albright Gayle Dekany Sherie Albright. Sue Yoe. Cathy Dudynski, Sharon Gureky Joanne Kindsay Robin Turby Choreographer Daryl Stone The rock-ets provided entertainment for the eighth year as they added beauty and Color to the University field house, Under the direction of Daryl Stone the famed dancing group performed with talent and grace for the enjoyment of all those who attended University basketball or watched the games on television. . 128 The colorful University of Toledo Band started the season with football halftime shows featuring the special arrangements of Steve Vllorshtil and baton twirling talents of Leroy. This year saw the first ap- pearance of the Toledo band at an away game and the purchase of new marching uniforms. 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The talent of performing, teaching, or learning music is a joint effort between individuals and... 149 the Group I5l Arts Festival Week 15' l The Jim Hendrix Experience g 1 S Andy Warhol '52 Pearl Buck Dick Gregory 331 fn f I Throughout the summer, students and their instructors utilized and experimented with new theatrical production techniques and drilled them- selves in acting methods. The workshop had a relaxed atmosphere where learning and instructing met to form a concrete unit of the theatre. 154 Summer Theater 'Workshop I 1 S1 .II I2 N E? ' X .w f ' YV A571 .5 X -an ,M M , fr Experimental Theater , "i"s1. EI. Yu, , X. Q. ,n . 'xx The Medium" l "The Rimers of EIdrltch" 158 "The Great God Brown Dlonyslaw r Z- - L. H f C1-UL MU" T 1'-Qu .fx 4 1 F:BC'TQ5?:E 3" 5235125-.5 saga - we ' ld- o" fi io'-o" -A ' ---use 1 n------N-v---- , , ,, is JAN. C LO ,,- Q , ,., ,. ...,. 4 , Lf-- xD 'F Q Zu i 5 . . :' is 2 . 1 2' f 5 ni Yv i in av Q 1 ll , s Q 2 ' ' 1 Q E !, Z- -,,.,,-,,,,. 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' 1 - I I -7: 4 :ff . + A' ...:.,f Q 5 - f 1. 1-W4.. . ,., 1 X L Z 'XV f .r2,z5sArLcw:Q,oE,g1q.3g,'i 0 5ac.E. opfrzg 2 L --'V f .,--x....--.-,.. FM ,i, 5 -W Ygi I1 S ff-57, Q f?-ZZ! 5 ' L--- 2 1 l ' "U bntwvfum-A :'yT 4....4.:g, H i ' ' Y' 4 L: 1- Q My 'N in 4 1' ""fi3Q,Vw-Tfiiv-if-i i Q ,' ' j":i"'7:'2Q'5, ff - H O ,,, AO SEATED I Szper T Perris W Gilmore L Thompson Chmn M Johnson. STANDIiNlG':G. Bennett, D. Seemann. V A' ' U d e nt Activities The Student Activities Committee is the policy-approving body for all extra-curricular activities on campus except intramurals and intercollegiate athletics. The Specific func- tions are: 13 Establishing policy for the opera- tion of student organizations: 21 serving as a board of review for problems arising within the student organizations: 31 working out fundamental policy and philosophy to make the student activities program an integral part of the University's educational responsi- bility to the community: 43 acting as a liaison between students and the University adminis- trationg 55 formulating policy for the social affairs sponsored by campus student organi- zations. The S.A.C. is composed of students, faculty, and administration. The rules and policies of the committee are administered by the Dean of Student Services and the Director of Student Activities. ' Q 'Kit .ns-2-+. :za . ,gs-wnsffez , , , I 5 it --giggpiftea X, .,,.sx., gm., , yi' -- '- ' ' xi: 5 V 1-5-17.-f-j?ii'iW'-:S1'., ,- ' , A .f1m,--- : ?i5x5'i:Ni.?5fr 4 , ' sz. 1 5: t '-szfw--A-fe-.i.-r' Terry Perris, Student Body Presndent Bill English, Chief Justice Ivar Szper, Senate President Dan MacNamara. S.U,B. President Budget Review: D. Benach, D. Huey, V. Black, Chmn., C. McHenry. Budget Review The Student Budget Review Committee was created in the spring of 1963. It is composed of a chairman, elected by the student body, and one representative of the following campus organizations: Student Body Government, Student Union Board, the Collegian, and Blockhouse. The committee reviews the budgets of all activities eligible to receive appropriations from the Student Activities Committee, and reviews the revenues and expendi- ures of organizations during the year. It submits the recommended budgets to the Student Senate, which in turn makes its budget recommendations to the Student Activities Committee. The latter group then makes the final decisions on all budgets. Contact: K. Photos. D. Getter, Chmn., J. Arnholt, B Nachtrab. Cabinet: ROW 1: D. Goodman, J. Featherstone, S. Farrell, T. Ferris, V. Black, N. Heffner. ROW 2: K. Zuercher, R Harris, A. Lapp. D Getter. P. Sun. ROW 3: l. Szper, D. Anderson. Contact The Contact Commission of the Student Body Government is the communications link between the student and the student leaders of the University. Under the leadership of Chairman Dave Getter, the commission ran occasional polls of student opinion with regard to various activities and items of concern to the students. Commis- sion members were responsible for distributing and tabulating these polls. These polls, when properly written, and distributed, can provide the valuable link between the students and the leaders which can be obtained through no other official source. The results of each poll are given to the agency which they concern and are taken into consideration and then filed for con- tinual future reference. In this way, trends in opinions and desires of the students may be recorded for organization heads, student leaders, and the administration. Cabinet The Cabinet of the Executive Branch of the Student Body Government serves a two-fold pur- pose at the University. First, since the chairman of each commission is on the cabinet, the activities of the various commissions can be better coordinated because of the regular con- act between commissioners. Second, because of the link which this creates between the students on the commissions with the Student Body offi- cers, the cabinet is able to serve in an advisory capacity in matters of concern to all members of the student body. This year, in order to make the chain of com- munications more efficient, each commissioner re- ported to one of three specially appointed presidential assistants rather than directly to the president. Then, although cabinet meetings be- came less frequent, communication between student and SBG became more thorough since each assistant was able to directly execute the plans ofthe president. 1 1-,, , A ., ,, .lt Qc 1,,,.... ,HIM 315 fr H 4A " - P ix: 'f " .'..1'. Q - ' Qwtg? 3 ROW 1: T. Perris. ROW 2: N. Heffner, R. DeArment. ROW 3: M. Hiltman, R. Harris, P. Sun ROW Dormitory The Dormitory Commission is the only agency of the Student Body Government which represents a certain group of stu- at the University. This commission, dents under the leadership of Dave Anderson and made up of representatives of each resi- dence hall, now represents more than 1,000 campus residents. It facilitates communication between the dorm residents and the Student Body Government and, through publication of a dorm newsletter, keeps the students informed on SBG activ- ities. Dorm: ROW 1: R. Walker, D. Anderson, Chmn., ROW 2: C. Wolinsky, G. Leidich, L. Wohlever. 166 Executive Staff The Executive Staff of the Student Body Govern- ment consists of the President of SBG, the Vice President, a secretary, a treasurer, and several presidential assistants. lts purpose is to supervise the activities of the Cabinet and to carry out special functions under the direction of the President. The presidential assistants were the link between each of the commissioners and the President in order to create a better chain of communications. The treasurer handles the finances for SBG. The secre- tary coordinates the work of the office of SBG and keeps accurate records of its activities. Winter Weekend The Winter Weekend Committee was respon- sible for planning and executing a weekend of activities to be known as Winter Weekend. The purpose of this weekend was to involve the entire student body, not just one group, in a campus-centered unit of activities. Under the leadership of General Chairman Mike Sheehy, the committee planned such events as winter olympics, displays, a queen contest, a concert, and a Winter Formal. ROW 1: M. Sheehy, Chmn. ROW 2: v. Black, N. Riley, J. Floyd. S. Shaver, C. Schlatter, M. Rogers. D. Inglis. J. Roth. ROW 4 B Stechschulte, A. Webb, S. Harpel. ROW 3: D. Giglia, C. Morse, S. Shenofsky. C. Staskiewicz, D. Hudson, H. Kessler, B. Nachtrab. Leadership: Standing and BACK ROW: M. Rogers, D. Goodman, Black. M. Golembiewski. ROW 2: K. Hudnall S Barefoot H Chmn, D. Hudson, P. Geier, B. Hiss, Nl. White, C. Duszynski, V. Kessler. ROW 1:T. Simon, K. Ferguson,J.Granaghan Leadership The Leadership Commission of SBG spon- sored all student elections, including those for Homecoming, Spring Queen, SBG itself, and Freshmen. Under Chairman Debbie Good- man, the commission also held a leadership workshop during Freshman Week and another during the year for all T.U. student leaders. The commission, together with a specially ap- pointed committee, investigated election pro- cedures in an effort to avoid any unfair election practices. Public Relations The Public Relations Commission deals mainly with the University freshmen and high school students interested in coming to Toledo. Under the leadership of Sue Farrell, student advisors for every entering freshman were trained to personally advise freshmen on social and academic matters. Tours for interested students and parents are provided by the commission, and in the spring, a special day was planned for area high school students, with tours and work- shops to interest them in the University. isa Homecoming. ROW 1: L. Zraik, Chmn. ROW 2: B. Shenofsky, M. ROW 3: B. l-liss, V. Black, M. Maurer. ROW 4: B. Fall, C. Morse, D. Vonderembse, S. Bottles, M. Rogers, M, Robarge, P. Rockwell. McEwen,J.Featherstone, T. Weeks. Public Relations: ROW 1: R. Decker, K. Rihacek, J. Weisberg. D. Snyder. ROW 2: C. Christlieb, T. Halloran, R. Linnum, D, Hudson. ROW 3: S. Bottles. S. Earrell, Chmn. K. Flanagan. Homecoming The Homecoming Committee, which began plans for Homecoming '68 early in the spring, was respon- sible for the planning and execution of all student Homecoming activities. Under the leadership of General Chairman Linda Zraik, Homecoming '68, "Rockets Go Western", was greatly expanded to in- clude a full weekend ot activity and entertainment to make Homecoming a highlight of the school year. The committee supervised the building of displays and floats for the parade, a rally to announce the Queen, the activities at the game. and a Homecoming Dance involving full use of the Student Union, with a dance, a mixer, and folk singing all at the same time. The committee also was responsible for a concert by Simon and Garfunkel, the highlight of Homecoming'68. Internal Affairs Broadly defined, the Internal Affairs Commis- sion seeks to clarify the relationship between the three elements of the academic community: administration, faculty, and students: to facil- itate effective communication between these elementsg and to ensure the smooth and effi- cient functioning of the mechanisms of this relationship. This year, the Internal Affairs Commission has worked through the University Traffic Committee toward a solution to the parking problem on campus, has met with faculty and administration in a series of dis- cussions concerning academic regulations, and is currently attempting to expand the Univer- sity's activities program for the benefit of evening and part-time students. i Publicity: Internal Affairs: A. Lapp, Chairman. Luetke. Q gin. Pubhchy Formed in the fall of 1968, the Publicity Commission serves as an agency for publicity on the campus. Under the leadership of Kathie Zuercher, the commission was responsible for revising, publicizing, and enforcing the rules and regulations for campus publicity. Organi- zation bulletin boards were registered and redis- tributed, and commission members were busy directing placement of publicity literature on general bulletin boards in University Hall. Publications: ROW 1: K. Teiper, J. Floyd, M. Davis, J, Mrozinski, L. Foley. ROW 2: P. Piatkowski, B. Baker, J. O'Neil, ROW 3: A. Taddonio, C, Binkert, R. Hyman. Pubhcahons The Publications Commission, under the leadership of Tom Taylor, is responsible for student publications, other than the Collegian and Blockhouse. The Freshman Directory the Student Directory, and the For um are all published by the commission. In addition Publications Commission is responsible for publicity brochures for University-wide events, such as Homecoming and Freshman Week. l7l Freshman Week. ROW 1: R. Drake, C. Duszynski, Chmn., J. Morse. .l. Floyd. ROW 3: S. Bottles. S. Farrell. L. Huss. K. Zuercher Featherstone. ROW 2: R. Pennypacker, lVl. Maurer, R. Fell, C, ' Burns. Freshman Week Each year the University of Toledo holds a week of pre-school orientation for incoming freshmen. This year, under the leadership of Cathy Duszynski, Freshman Week was greatly expanded and, in an effort to create more spirit among the freshman class, many new traditions began at the Univeristy. An extensive program of student advisors was begun, with each upperclass advisor trained in advance to give each freshman individual and year-round ad- vice for academic as well as social problems. A large rock, marking the final resting place of the old Bancroft High image of the University was the scene of a freshman class spirit rally, and this rock became a focal point for the University spirit contest. The result of Freshman Week '68 was the most en- thusiastic Freshman Class in many years, which served as an impetus for loyalty and spirit year- round for the entire University. Spirits and Traditions Spirits and Traditions, the largest of the SBG commissions, promotes school spirit. Under the leadership of Jerri Featherstone, a spirit contest was held to encourage organizations on campus to promote and support athletic events. Groups attended rallies, painted the rock, put up signs, and attended rallies in order to accumulate points for the spirit trophy. The commission also sponsored a bus trip to New York for the T.U. basketball game at Madison Square Gardens, and planned rallies to continually generate spirit and pride in the team. This group was largely responsible for the greatly increased amount of schoolspiritduringthe year. ES. 81 T. ROW 1: R. Linnum. S. Harpel. ROW 2: V. Black. L. Zraik. J. G Kraiewski J Reuscher B Navarre ROW 4 J Mizen C Morse '?ohr, M. Young. J. Willer. ROW 3: R. Drake, J. Featherstone. Chmn, S Stechschulte D Snyder C Schlatter Student Senate Composed of thirty elected representatives from the various classes and colleges through- out the University, the Student Senate is the legislative branch of the Student Body Govern- ment. The Senate serves as a liaison between the general student body and the faculty and administration. Problems facing the Student Senate are many and varied as may be expected from a conglomerate student body. All organi- zation investigations, all recommendations for academic changes, as well as institution of new programs for the University, are initiated in this legislative branch. In all of its actions, Senate is endeavoring to echo the voice of the students today at the Uni- versity of Toledo. A program of personal surveys by each senator was initiated on an experimental basis this year in order to better acquaint each senator with his constituents. ROW 1: B. Bertke, B. Fall, D. Holz, I. Szper, C. Morse, M. Robarge. ROW 2: T. Simon, D. Dunkle, J. Knowlton, J. Burns, M. Magill, ROW 3: J. Ferlic, M. Bagdonas, K. Merker, M. Dwyer, J. Floyd. ROW 4: M. Grady, C. Conroy, D. Huey, J. Krajewski, C. Trepinski, D. Anthony, J. Glick. College Officers: E. Sheffer, S SJC. ROW 1: A. Johnson, C. Duszynski, B. English, K. Keane, R. Schwartz. ROW 2: D. McDonald. R. Wells. udson, M. Johnson, R. Decker. Student Judiciary Traffic violations, infractions of University regulations, and disputes between students and student organizations are three of the most common type cases brought before the Student Judiciary Council. Referred to as S.J.C., the Student Judiciary Council is the only "student court" on campus and therefore has juris- diction over a wide range of student problems. While the docket of S.J.C. cases is not over- flowing, there are usually about ten situations which arise in the course of the academic year significant enough to be brought before the council for action. It is believed that growth of the' council will coincide with growth of the University. In order to handle the cases S.J.C. has a structure consisting of a chief justice, an assis- tant chief justice, and five associate justices, all of whom are students. The president of the Student Body Government appoints a prosecutor and a defender from the College of Law for each individual or organization involved in the disputed issue. The University Bookstore Student 1 -fri W . . ,Ava - Q- ..X.,, Q -... . .. V , . f ,N NN -,- .A . " r K Q- ff. efff-H vf 'M -fe ,-. W f. -N-fm xx N- . wx Qing, , N . X FZ, -few -vm:etz.,.X, vm e,g,.o.-1::rfQs-xref.--,, V-1-1,,':,31Y"2,,5f"w. - MLN" . .- v -- O x V v-egf,,,.5.:skV X ,dei wk-1 1 es- gfw ' r'-"tif --.,,,w 4 Y. Fe vw, f . w,,u,,-.-fer. x m. .eww .M . V - Q X . -,g -f ' -X T' -':T"'?'f- ' x .t-.gpg . "'Ff'g..-:ximf,,,., " " , ,--., 2... 2 . . ' N. Y- f. 'w- .. 'X ' 3- P .. w .-:'1-Life, Y..?532. ee+'m.mfh:' Jm',A'xe',W:I4.e-e -' QF' "Af ROW 1: R. Brown, R, Hotz, N. David, L. Kaczor, D. NlacNamara R. Nocera, D, Mclntosh, D. Kwoatkowski. T. Reeves, J. Mrozinski S. Barefoot, J. MacFarlane. ROW 2: R. Marian, C, McHenry, P. Kavanaugh, G, Kraft, K. Schnerder, E. Hume. K. Vetter, M. Hen druckson, P. Forestek, M. Skalskr, W. Janna, K. Stoekley, D. Cut hp, D. Frutz, J. Srnuth, E, Ross. ROW 3: B. Shenofsky, P. Styszko, D.L1pper1. Mnke Culemca, Arts 176 Governor Minnette Lesser, Lyce- um Governor x X X ,,. Q iff mg' V - 7 ,I fi , Af' 6, ' X Lynn Kaczor. Pu bluca tions Governor l Clmt Casey, Dorrns Governor A promotuonal dance for kudney patient Lmda Walland received publicity on Toiedo television 178 -Al r :- A performance by Jams Joplm provuded a hngrrlught rn the bug-name concert entertain me-ntof1969. Sumon and Garfunkel added a great deal tothe success of Horr1ecomur1g1968 D 5 f 4 5 3 i E E Z 3 2 3 H S 1 E e Q E , 1 e 5 A 54 F Q 2 s 3 :I E 'H s S 5 G Z Ti 9 C i 11 Z 3 5 E 4 6 A L Z 2 s 5 2. 5 fl . 2 J E Q 5: 5 1 A 3 X T17 iY!J HS?TfAk5ff7:i':f54f .'.' V . '-il .Q w'Z1E25f3x6?:f,1f'3':3--f, 221'-75-' Sf-i41','.'Z 1- ' V' l""'9ff-ri!-327125 '3H'D.Xi5'a'6'35:5i'XY2.iifk?:',24El'2i 1252!-,wif-I'4 'ELF' . -- . 'vffv 1' fi- -T' 'L 'V - .T ff - -iv Q2 Publications The Collegian The Collegian is the official student publica- tion of the University of Toledo, published every Friday, with a circulation of 9,000. This year, the Collegian has switched to a new printing process, enabling it to increase in size to 16 pages weekly. Other innovations include the extensive use of color and increased pho- tography. The Collegian used full-color photo- graphs in a special Freshman Week edition, and a 20-page Homecoming issue with a circulation of 12,000. For the first time, the Collegian pub- lished a summer edition and an evening edition once a quarter. C i A fc., A 3 i Darryl McEwen, Editor-in-Chief .X - sf, xy!! I I 'ng X . sy JK" r 'K c.j ' I x if "5 4 xx ff K. 13 ' '-:' C Q. .v U -nl . 5 l gl A 3: .il Q13 gs Ti 'T nn: Mark Luetke, Managing Editor Barry Stel I82 fe' i ,,:,v-- - fn. Marlene Gryczewsku. News Edutor Dave Huey, Busrness Manager new .. D 'L ,X N Oi i ,Q ' , ': Q vi A T e- X 'Y' r 1 1 45 7,1 af' Colleen Klein, Associate Editor Editor 183 , . Carla Schlatter. Art Edrtor, Bali Hayes, Photography Edutor Business Staff: Joel Bernstein, Dave Huey, Ray Kest Ma nagnng Edntor Mark Luetke pastes together the fnnal copy for pruntnng. Eff, J " f it ff, ff Q . '3f..i.-., M E it 'ES-'gm me lx ,I pb ,x..,A. t. . V... A- 2. -. rl 6 in tygiitv N J: X 'J -A QR sux! Kgs SKBVYQ-I xualvt Q55 thnnliajaliz, -' QT- 1. -1 X A A a XX Editor Darryl McEwen does picture and ad layouts for printing. Long hours of dedicated work go into putting to- gether a weekly campus newspaper. ln addition to the writing and editing, the Collegian staff is also responsible for the final layouts. Editorially, columns by Darryl McEwen and Mark Luetke, Editor and Managing Editor respectively, as well as those by Jim Funk, Bob Grant, and Al Togut, stimulated thought on the part of the student. The Collegian sent a representative to Columbus to cover the meetings of the Board of Regents in an eltort to continually make the student aware of the workings of his University. All in all, it was a year of innovation and change for the Collegian in an effort to involve the student and to publish the high quality of newspaperthe University merits. General Staff: ROW 1: C. Schlatter, A. Shoemaker, M. Gryczewski, Stephan, T. Skelding, D. Huey. ROW 4: R. Kest. D. McEwen, D. ROW 2: L. Barth, T, Taylor, M. Luetke, J. Bernstein. ROW 3: B. Holz. ax.. xv-wx , Ui .Q ,- 4 'A .N mir -Q if Ni' veg mi wid pf 3 ll-wi Qui 1- . 1 2 Q u .mc--i -0 "',,,.J"',,-"fu-sf.-cl ,. Q--1 ..- :' - . r .-f--. -M -- v"""-4"f-v"'f,,-140 " x.., -X 1 - -p--p.- w- ...-...- ., - , uu- ill! ,, in 4' t X P x f'fSx21,mv" ,X X E X Mx " XE E j X 1 2 s 1 xix X Blockhouse The Blockhouse is the official yearbook publica- tion of the University of Toledo. Publication of the book is handled entirely by a student staff. This year's book, based on the University's Growth in Statehood, incorporates the extensive use of color photography, an expanded 344-page book, and the deletion of the advertisement section. An effort has also been made to improve the quality of photog- raphy in order to make it of greater interest to the students. 4 S-. ,V J. min i 4liYa an .sw lg :X . .il .- " " Eldon L. Sheffer, Editor-in-Chief WW "W N10 Douglas Benach, Business Manager 42- 1. Janet Rogalsky, Managmg Edltor X Q S xg Helene Reuchlm, Managmg Edutor ,5- i . 1,- 5 . u "ww, 1 Ruchard Fell, Admmlstratuon Edltor 1-1 '71 ,gm Q' 1 f', lx f 3 6? . v Y N 15 wr. wa Wi. L... Cheryl Morse, Dave Hudson, Greek Co-Editors 9 !v" Q ""'s....,, 'RRP' """"vuv ,QMEEY Y F5 WRU da' , U 'I . A , . Kathie Zuercher, Organizations Editor, Bill Rietzke, Sports Editor. 188 - L 'N' uit- Eve Davus, Fine Arts Editor, i 137019 3,4 5, 7 Penny Gottesman, Features Editor. Maryloo Klawutter, Sensors Editor 189 Staffi ROW 1: D. Keller, L. Brock, E. She-Her, B, Rletzke. C, Krueger. ROW 2: P. Gottesman, D, Hudson, K. Zuercher, S. Smltn. ROW 3: R. Fell, J. Anderson, C. Morse. S. Yoe. ROW 4: R Raypole, M. Shall, A. Weber. J. Burns. Marc: Shall, Housung Edltor K lk 5, S325 I '- x S S S gl xg., . r f' V N is jx xx X x 1 N ex N K ,Q R ill Sue Yoe. Copy Editor While a newspaper records the weekly happenings at a University, only a yearbook provides a lasting pictorial history of the school year. Perhaps one must be actively involved to appreciate a yearbook, but can a person attend the University and not be- come involved in his school in some small way? This year, under the capable leadership of Editor Eldon Shefter, the staff of the 1969 Blockhouse has attempted to capture those moments which made the school year what it was for students at the Uni- versity. The achievement of this goal is compensa- tion enough for the hours and days of time spent putting together the 1969 Blockhouse, Business Staff: ROW 1: N. Paul. D. Soifer. L. 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'wgwwu ' . .. ,, ., ,.4 f Q04 33 ..,. nivii X .4., .rf-f 'Hifi Dowd As a member of Inter-Nos, the purpose of the Dowd Hall Association is to provide loyalty, good fellowship, and service for the campus and com- munity. This organization is governed by the Dowd Hall Dormitory Council and the Judiciary Board. The women are a unified group, working together to make community living pleasant. Varied ideas, personalities, habits, talents, and accents blend to form new and interesting individ- uals. No one escapes this influence and most benefit by it. Among the activities of this organiza- tion are dances, a Christmas party, and a spring openhouse. '11 Officers. ROW 1: J. Kozey, E. Ashman, J. Katz. ROW 2: S. Dorfman, M. Weis First Floor, Dowd: ROW 1: S. Scott, N. Vogtsberger, C. Alt, C. Jackson, K. Warnemont, A. Deveaux. ROW 2: S. Schaeffer, S. Nadle, M. Peterson, D. Neville, H. Pace, K. Nano. C. Silberg J. Boyers. ROW 3: J. Priesman, K. Donnell, C. Beatty, K Stower, J. Blausey, J. Shelienbarger, S. Morningstar. V I94 Q11 .V 2nd Floor, Dowd. ROW 1: N. Zagorc, B. Lev, C. Cunningham, L. Jensen, D. Miller, S. Scott. S. Shaffer. ROW 2: L. Bodtman, C. McQuiIlen, M. Weiss, C. Ryan, L. Meyer. K. Schoenberger. K. Cowan, S. Frontz, R. Mosser. K. Falor. ROW 3: S. Brink. F. Zalin, J. Mann, J. Resnick. K. Don- sky, S. Varner, N. Lusk, J. Valentine, C. Jenkins, N. Johnson, R. Lund, L. Fisher, J. Hemminger, C.Altman. X ii'- - 3rd Floor, Dowd. ROW 1: A. Jeck. D. Spangler, E. Ashman, J. Katz, R. Weinstein. L. Lerman L. Melon. ROW 2: S. Coyle. B. Bergmann, S. Dorfman, J. Kozey, D. Turzan, D. Hosfeld, B Sukke, L. Lehrhoff, H. Smith. ROW 3: J. Felic, S. Eaton, C. Arnold, J. Metcalf, S. Goldman M. Block, B. Frantom, L. Elliott. 4 'f'- '.', "3 . xy", f C .Jil 11 .l ,.-. V Q Y .:,-el . rl. X -.-+, Av J. ' f 1. x G xl ' ' J 4. ,, -,uw X- YI..i. '.. ff M- F", 1.' iq " . ., V . , ' 5 l,, ,rig 41,5 J" O . . , , ' N- J. x .v'v ,Kilt ' f W vf-'- , ,f.'4'.n - . :',., , , , . 4 ,.,,..- Student MacKinnon In order that the more than three hundred cam- pus resident women in Dowd and MacKinnon Halls may have the most in their life away from home, the Inter-Nos operates to serve them by serving themselves. Every woman resident is a member of this active organization. Annual open houses, Homecoming weekend events, dances, birthday parties, teas and Iuncheons are planned. The Inter-Nos organization provides a chance to as develop leadership and service for the campus - Officers: M. Flad, R. Walker, R. Hotz, S. Prevost, A. Raryzek. and the community. illl i l U l t ,E l fm- wp? Apartments: ROW 1: J. Scott, D. Johannsen, M. Kollmann, E. Gelber, A. Paryzek, S. Good. J. Lifton. ROW 2: D. Giglia, S. Anderson, C. Roche, M. Flad, R. Hotz, E. Bray, M. Newton, C. Brunkhorst, S. Jauk, J. Roth. i 4 i i x l l l .,., wi cr lst floor, Old MacKinnon: ROW 1: L. Schulte, C. Tschann, E. Vonderembse, S. Slivka, M. De- fazio. ROW 2: B. Sharp, B. Cohn, P. Frazier, D. Powell, L. Wohlever. 1- ' 5 2nd floor Old MacKinnon: ROW 1: P. Frazier, B. Graham, E. Ockaiik, J. Gutman. ROW 2: F. Gaston, M. Stoessel, A. Lemkuhle, D. Baxter, P. Jaquay. Hasselschwert, M. Hamiiton, S. Rogou, K L. Ingram. K. Sander, R, Mohler, S, Frank I ' I I f 3rd floor, Old MacKinnon. ROW 1: A. Kupler, S. Lederman, J. Smith, J. Winston. L. Watson C. Graser. ROW 2: S. Spies, C. Mosser, J. Fein, K. McCord, P. Ternes, M. Schmenk, J. Gutman C. Burke, E. Kline. I97 I I I 3 1 r"R '5 First Floor New MacKinnon. ROW 1: J. Pflum, M. Matthews, B. Schaferly, ROW 2: K. Lewis, J. Schrader, T. Kin, B. Bertke, P. Pattison, D. Sigmund. C. Cipolla. ROW 3: N. Baker, C. Wostowicz, M. Spencer, K. Solon, C. White, M. Stewart, R. Walker. cs' -.B rv 2nd Floor New MacKinnon. ROW 1: G. Coletta, L. Lewis, G. Colon, M. Serio, S. Leahy. ROW 2: M Dilcher, L. Kaczor, S. Fries, E. Phipps, S. Dundon, R. Hotz, S. Buckholtz. ROW 3: L. Unger, M Snegal. D, Whutehurst, R. Ross, N. Savoca, S. Gross, J. Prevost, N. Weidemann. 198 I 5 M J 3rd Floor New MacKinnon. ROW 1: C. Novick, J. Karlin, S. Lingel, E. Polay, T. Wachsman, J. Singer. ROW 2: L. Shapera, C. Cooksman, J. Shainess, J. Scheiner, B. Stone, L. Rosen, D. Katz, M. Farano, B. Schinasi. ROW 3: D. Chapman, M. Goodman, S. Zaner, C. Moore, L. Ankney, B. DeMat'teo, P. Trabitz. fi N5 V0 1' 'I CIA x: I Proctors. ROW 1: B. Stone, E. Phipps. ROW 2: D. Baxter, L. Schulte, B. Bertke. ? ' 31,11--',,L .. , , I ,..mcJ:.-.Lq,1f,,lm,5m!j 6 , V mm - - mwfmwmfdl - f . 1- . . ., - Z1f?g3H75m,5?Y!eQ:gJRNW-- ,. N ,,:L.:E.5:Li,m,iV :,EwF.,:i:LM-yn Honorary CENTER: Jim Livingston, President. STANDING: Terry Perris, Dave Huey, Peter Sun. Eldon Shelter, Tom Taylor. Blue Key Membership in Blue Key is the highest honor a male student can receive at the University of Toledo. Formed from an organization originally known as Arx on January 15, 1953, Blue Key is restricted in membership to the thirteen top men on campus. Those chosen have demonstrated excellence in academic achievement and student leadership. Tapping occurs twice a year, both at Winter Formal and Songfest, where Blue Key also announces the Sophomore Man of the Year. Peppers By maintaining the highest standards, Peppers Women's Honorary remains an exclusive and worthy honor for junior and senior women who demonstrate superior leadership in extracur- ricular activities on campus, while maintaining at least a 2.8 accumulative point average. Members are tapped once a year at Men's and Women's Songfest in the Spring. The green pepper is a symbol of growth and maturity, academic achievement, leadership, and charac- ter. However, Peppers does more than give recognition. lts members serve the University and community throughout the year by sponsor- ing the annual Men's and Women's Songfest and by recruiting students to work on the alumnitetethon. Patti Geier, Secretary-Treasurer. Andrea Johnson, President. ? Alpha Phi Gamma. ROW 1: J. O'NeiIl, Secretary: T. Taylor, President, P. Geier, V.P.: D. Mc- Ewen, Treas. ROW 2: J. Rogolsky, R. Levy, Adv., H. Czepiec. ROW 3: K. Zuercher, M. Luetke. B. Rietzke, B. Hayes. ACIJF Alpha Phi Gamma, an honor society in journalism, honors students at the University who have done outstanding work on the Collegian or Blockhouse. Members are tapped once a year in the spring. The fraternity was founded Decem- ber 11, 1919 at Ohio Northern Uni- versity. Black and white are the colors and the white carnation is the official flower. Locally, the chapter at the Univer- sity co-sponsored a Press Day for area high school students in April. ! . Theta Society. ROW 1: H. Czepiec, Sec.. M. Gryczewski, Pres., A. Shoemaker, V.P. ROW K. Zuercher. ROW 3: S. Buresh, R. Levy, Adv., P. Geier. ROW 4: J. O'Neill, B. Essex. 204 Press Club. ROW 1: B. Stephan. Treas., lvl. Luetke, Pres., T. Selding, Sec. ROW 2: J. Matuszak, R. Levy, Adv, B. Bauer. ROW 3: B. Rietzke. T. Taylor. ROW 4: R. Strassner, D. McEwen, S. Pollick. Society The Theta Society is the women's counterpart to the Press Club at the University. Theta Society is petitioning to become a chapter of Theta Sigma Phi national womens journalism honorary. Theta Sigma Phi is the oldest journalism honorary in the United States, founded in 1909. lt endeavors to unite women in all fields of communications. At the University, the Theta Society co-sponsored the area high school Press Day, held a writing work- shop for Maumee Valley Girl Scout leaders, and pre- sented a program of speakers from all news media for the benefit of its members. Press Club The University of Toledo Press Club is a pro- fessional journalism society, founded in the Fall of 1967. lts purpose is to raise the stan- dards of journalism on campus and in the com- munity. This year, the Press Club petitioned for mem- bership in Sigma Delta Chi, national men's journalism society. The Press Club co-spon- sored an area high school Press Day. Members were also speakers to high school classes about the journalism programs at the Univer- sity of Toledo. 55. Union li v Q. 4 + A ,. in M, KN.. .N L. . v, 13 CIJKCIJ Phi Kappa Phi, a scholastic honor so- ciety, was founded at the University of Maine in 1897. The Toledo chapter was established in May 1952. The purpose of the society is to emphasize scholarship and character in the thoughts of college students and to stimulate mental achievement by recognition through election to membership. Tau Beta Pi, ROW 1: R. Snyder A Juhasz VP L Clere Pres D Sattler Sec ROW 2 D Olin, J. Price, G. Pankratz, Adv W English G Lalendorff ROW 3 B Termechi L Nllinac W. Roork, P. Jordan, D. Smith R Marvin ROW 4 A Woeller J Livingston R Brown D Anthony, L. Zaner, E. Sheffer. T -. .K .fi 23.5 Eta Kappa Nu. ROW 1: J, Nliner, Sec., J. Woeller, Pres, D, Sattler, V.P., A. Juhasz, Sec. ROW 2: G. Lallendorff, J. Juvinall, G. Sommerfield. ROW 3: R. Butler. A. Woeller, Dr. James Farison. TBH Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society, was founded in 1885 to honor engineering students of distinguished scholarship and exemplary character. The Ohio Zeta chapter was founded at the University of Toledo in 1954. Engineering seniors in the upper fifth of the class and juniors in the upper eighth are considered for membership. Each new member participates in an essay contest and a project to benefit the engineering profession. Tau Beta Pi's major projects are graduate fellowship awards, student loans, and a non-technical essay contest. HK Eta Kappa Nu, an electrical engineering honor- ary fraternity, was founded October 28, 1904, at the University of Illinois, with the intent of pro- moting and rewarding scholarship among electri- cal engineering students. This organization works very closely with the College of Engineering in bringing guests to lecture for the department, and helps with freshman orientation. The Toledo chapter was founded May 8, 1963. Alpha Epsilon Delta,.aninternationalllpre-A ' medical honorary, was founded in 1926 at the University of Alabama. The chapter' at the University of Toledo was founded in 1947. A I The purpose of the societyiis to-'encourage and recognize excellence ' in premedical scholarship, to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of premedical education in the study of medicine, to promote Contact and cooperation between medical and pre- medical students and educators in develop- ing an adequate- program 'of premedical education. P M Nominations for Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges are made from approximately 800 institutions throughout the United States. ln making their selection, campus nominating committees are instructed to consider the student's scholarship, his participation and leadership in aca- demic and extracurricular activities, his citizenship and service to the school, and his promise of future contributions to society. This year, 27 students at the University of Toledo will be included in the list. Members were tapped at Winter Formal. Alpha Epsilon Delta: :ROW 1: J. Stebbins, Adv., B. Shenofsky, Sec., J. Croci, lfres., P. Stiff, V.P., M. Gaines, -Hist. ROW 2: M. Ferro, A. Cohen, D. Baxter, P. Roll. ROW 3: L. Domini, P. Teitlebaum. ' J. Schneider, D. Kamjnsky. ROW 4:1M. Vogelbach, T. Reineck, M. Heaphy, S. Wagner, M. Mack. Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Who's Who. ROW 1: C. Duszynski, Nl. Maurer, M. Johnson, J. Featherstone, M. Bagdonas. ROW 2: lVl. Robarge, J Glick, P. Rockwell, R. Volk, S. Farrell. ROW 3: E. Shelter. B. Fall, D. NIC- Ewen D Anderson D Anthony D Huey I Szper Who's Who tapping at Winter Formal , tg, 1, U, 5,-gf?-Vi., ,,.. -'v,-X 5, iw, .. ,,.,.i:- ,L 9,9- fff- 44 , , 1-ff. 2 Z' 3 1.1" v SHE' Interest 'C Alpha Kappa Psi. ROW 1: P. Larrow, Treas, G. Taoka, Adv., R. Ten brook, Pres., E, Adkins. Rituals. ROW 2: W. Hillebrand, T. Hoff man, Sec.. R. MacDonald. ROW 3: J. Gleason, M. Keller, P. Dan koski, P. Crim, D. Mikola, B. Beckham. T. Rossler, Chap. ROW 4: D. Gogel, C, Conner, J. Flick, H. Czubek, J. Wojciechowski. J Cannaley, G. Latez. K " ' if . g g E' Q k . In-oc i . ,lt , ' . 2 VS? fx ' Q .if-E 5 EQ? F Q, Q if 1 ,,,-. 5 5' if . Q. in - AKIP' The first professional business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi was founded on October 5, 1904 at New York University. lts purpose is to stimulate and en- courage interest in its members who are candidates for degrees in accounting, finance, and commerce. Gamma Eta chapter, founded at the University of Toledo on January 13, 1951, is one of 164 active chapters and 50 alumni chapters around the United States. This organization, unlike other social fraternities, is mainly of a professional nature with a well- balanced social calendar. Some of the professional activities include the sponsoring of a Career Con- ference, Young President's Conference, Executive Exchange Day, and the Merchant, a business news- paper. In addition to the professional activities. members participate in many campus events and have luncheons, smokers, monthly theme parties, and attend their own summer cottage. ACIJQ Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity, was established at the University of Toledo in 1948. Its colors are blue and gold and its purpose is serv- ice to campus, community, nation, and chapter. In addition to a New Years Eve party and other periodic social events, members of Alpha Phi Omega sponsored a drive for toys for inner-city children, took a group of orphans to a hockey game, and placed a Christmas Tree in University Hall. They also served as ushers for graduation, collected books for Vietnam, and donated food baskets to needy families. Alpha Phi Omega. ROW 1: R. Hindman, W. Knoblauch, Pres., D Parks, adv., L. Williams. VP., J, Bartelheim, Hist. ROW 2: G Palmer, S. Nagy, D. Nawrocki, D, Muckensturm, C. Mossman, R Marvin. ROW 3: H, Haioway, Z. Andrzeiczak, G. Herren, T. McClure D. Holz, T. Dugan, l l ISA. ROW 1: S. Saghafi, Sec., R. Schwartz. VP., K. Hudnall, Pres. G. Wilkinson, Treas. ROW 2: M. Ikeda, M. DeSouza, G. Colon. S, Fahd, W, Al-Aseer. J. Smith. R. Trivedi, M. Hamilton. ROW 3: S. Al-Hayani, D. Whitehurst, A. Meghani, J. Lutes. G. Govia, M. Rug- eles, J. Shah. ROW 4: R. MacDonald, H. Jabon, T. Jimenez, A. AI- varez. W. Kronfol, E. Obi, J. Mahmoud, T. lturregui. International Student Association The International Student Association adopted its present name in 1957. Prior to this time it was known as the Foreign Club and the International Students' Club. The objectives of the organization are to bring the foreign student and the American student together on a social basis and to stimulate interest in the exchange of ideas and customs of students from all nations. One of the social activities of the year, the inter- national student-faculty Halloween mixer, featured entertainment by foreign students on guitars, a Latin-American combo, an Arab dance, and Indian singing and playing. Other social activities of the organization included a hayride, an outdoor barbe- cue, and the sponsoring of an International Food- Tasting Day during the World University Services Week on Campus. KAW Kappa Alpha Psi, national social frater- nity, was founded at the University of Indiana in 1911. The chapter at the Uni- versity of Toledo was founded in 1946. With achievement as their goal, the Brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi strive to help college men develop a more broadminded and pro- gressive outlook on life. The colors crimson and cream are sacred to the brothers asthey fill their social cal- endar with such events as the New Years Eve Ball, a Meet the Kappas Night, the Sweethearts' Ball, a Northern Provincial Conclave, and "The Night of the Bull." L, T N1 rn.. . J 11,5 1'-' 'ky f A 5 , W 1 , . 1 X514 X 'V 13 x W: A fl? . -11. +r-4. I I! X- ,..- A ' x 953.3 'F 5, dr W " - ff Q i - Y P -nl P' is X., 1 41 up If M BI-1 ffl? The business honorary, Beta Gamma Sig- ma, was founded nationally in 1913 and the University of Toledo installed its chapter in 1955. Beta Gamma Sigma gives recognition of superior performance in scholastic en- deavor and participation in activities. Beta Gamma Sigma. ROW 1: J. Butterworth Pres.. G. Maertin, VP., T. Rossler. ROW 2 R. Lewis, D. Gogel. M. Keller. ROW 3: D Huey. Accounting Club. ROW 1: M. Nagy, K. Null, Sec., D. Gogel, Pres., R. Lewis, Treas., R. Hansen. Adv. ROW 2: D. Wiley, K. Nlelzak, D. Sobczak, T. Rossler, D. Mikola, M. Cohen, R. Sahadi, H. Miscikowski. ROW 3: M. Jaftee, G. Resnick, P, Pawlecki, C. Staszkiewicz, P. Fink, P. Larrow, B. Kincaid. ROW 4: J. Lowden, S. Shook, D. Bowland, J. Jastrzemski, J. Wojciechowski, G. La- tez. J. Cannaley, A. Buckenmeyer. Accounting Club In its fifth year of existence, the Ac- counting Club strives to further the interest of students in the College of Business Administration in the profes- sion of accounting, to integrate the practical aspects of the profession with the academic discipline, and to aid stu- dents in determining whether accounting should be their major field of study. The club tries to accomplish its goal through speakers, films, a field trip, joint programs with professional so- cieties, and a social party. This extensive program has increased membership over 5096 from the previous year. BAT Beta Alpha Psi, the national accounting honorary. encourages and fosters the ideal of service as the basis of the accounting profession. Its purposes are to promote the study of accountancy and its highest ethical standards and develop high moral, scholas- tic, and professional attainments. Membership is limited to accounting majors with at least a 2.5 accumulative point average and a 3.0 in accounting courses. Gamma Epsilon chapter is one of seventy-seven chapters at major universities throughout the country, and in fulfilling their purposes, they do much to increase the professional background of their members by sponsoring speakers in the field. Beta Alpha Psi. ROW 1: J. Schrinel, M. Jaffee, Treas.. G. Tarsha, B. Kincaid. Pres L Konratn V.P. ROW 2: P. Fink, M. Cohen, J. Markwood, R. Nagy. B. Badertscher. ROW 3: M Nagy R Lewis, Sec., R. Trease, D. Gogel, V.P., G. Latez, T. McKinney, C. Staskiewicz. APhA. ROW 1: R. Urfer, V.P., A. Mahaffey, Sec.. N. Wertz, Pres., J. Jansen, Treas. ROW 2: P. Korczynski, S. Nadle, M. Eason, M. Myers, D, Boyer. ROW 3: G. Thompson, J. Hudok, T. lserman, B. Harrington, A. Berzin, F. Letke. American Pharmaceutical Association The American Pharmaceutical Association and Ohio State Pharmaceutical Association is a profes- sional association open to all students in the Col- lege of Pharmacy. The chapter was founded at the University of Toledo on May 12, 1945 to promote interprofessional relations between students and practicing pharmacists, to represent the student's opinion, and to encourage highest principles and ethics among its members. The association executes its program through a series of speakers and professional meetings. AKX Lambda Kappa Sigma is an international pharmacy sorority which provides for the cultural, social, educational, and professional growth of its members. Originally founded in 1913 in Boston, Massachusetts, the "Lambies" have the distinction of being the first and oldest pharmacy sorority. Alpha Mu chapter at the University of Toledo was founded on May 6, 1956, and serves as a center of friendship forthe women pharmacy students at the University. Valentine, Chap. ROW 2: D. Boyer. J. Bishop, G. Bogevitz, R. Urfer. Kappa Psi Kappa Psi. ROW 1: G. Thompson. Hist., J. Jansen. Sec., F. Letke, Pres.. T. Iserman, V.P., W. W' Lambda Kappa Sigma. ROW 1: M. Flad, Sec.. S. Dundon, Pres.. D. Emerson. V.P.. D. Fisher. Treas. ROW 2: C. Silberg. ROW 3: P. Pattison. S. Nadle, M, Johnson, C. Karpinski. ROW 4: M. Sherry, M. Myers. v"3""54 .I The international professional pharmaceutical fraternity, Kappa Psi, was founded in 1879 and in- corporated in 1903. The local chapter, Beta Lambda. was or- ganized in 1925. It aims to pro- mote amity, to uphold standards of scholarship, and to develop a sense of professional ethics. Members are selected upon in- vitation and placed on probation for a time before being elected. Mr. Robert Schlembach serves as advisor. YWCA ROW 1: B. Swindle, Membership, J. Katchmark, Pres., M. Bagdonas Sec J ORourke Editor ROW2 T Brown L Withrow S. Oberle, C. Webb, J. Mau, L. Lawton, M. Gwiazdon. ROW 3: S. Get- ter. S. Stechshulte. K. Merker, M. Connolly, V. Criqui. The Student YWCA is a service organization at the University of Toledo. Members of the Y organized both Freshman Camp and the World University Service Carnivai. Other activities were the collection of food for a Thanksgiving basket, an annual cookie sale money-making project, and participation with the YMCA on Student-Faculty Firesides and service projects. . R T i TSEA The Toledo Student Education Association is a student branch of the National Education Associa- tion. lts purpose is to provide information on and experience in the classroom for students in the College of Education. This year, the activities of TSEA centered around involving students with children either as tutors at neighborhood opportunity centers or as teachers' aids in area schools. Programs included mock job interviews, problems and rewards of beginning teachers, and discipline and the Iavv. l ml'-fy TSEA: ROW 1: C. Duszynski, Treas., K. Shore, Pres. ROW 2: L. Mitchell, J. Hite, P. Parton. ROW 3: M. Kuebler. M. Connolly, H. Reichlin. l.E.E.E. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Association is a technical society which allows students to become involved in technical activities outside the classroom, pro- viding the opportunity for its members to associ- ate with professional men in the field. IEEE was founded in 1884 for the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and the allied arts and sciences, and for maintaining high technical and ethical standards among its members. Its activities include plant tours and a schedule of lectures by speakers who are ex- perts in their fields. A.I.Cl-l.E. The Toledo chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers is open to all men majoring in chemical engineering. Its purpose is to promote interest in the field of chemical engineering. Through the use of practical knowledge and theory, the members study advancement in their field. Group activities include an annual spring picnic, student- faculty luncheon, and an awards banquet, which honors outstanding chemical engineering students. Q- l.E.E.E, ROW 1: W. Bray, Treas., A. Juhasz, Chmn, D. Sattler, V.C., J. Miner, Sec., Dr. J. Farison, Adv. ROW 2: J. Kikious, J. Enderlin, R. Trivedi. G. Moorjani, ROW 3: G. Sommerfield, S. Zylka, J. Sottek, R. Lee, R. Stender. ROW 4: B. Kahl, K. Kirk, A. Woeller, D. Olin, L. Alexander, G. Lalendorff. A.I.Ch.E. ROW 1: G. Kuchcmsky. L. Clere, Treas.. D. Anthony, Sec., R. Wobser, Prog, ROW 2 G. Myers, W. Rupert, W, Cox, P. Skotynsky, D. Peruat. ROW 3: R. Drake. C. Smuth, E. Sheffer, L Zaner, D. Smith. ' 'Simi XQIIA jlI - X Q 223 H --.X Sensor Panhellenic. ROW 1: K, Woods, Sec.. R. DeArment, Pres., M. Maurer, V.P,, J. Rogolsky, Treas. ROW 2: G. lsch. B. Schaeffer, M. Henkel, Adv.. C. Toffler, K. Curto. ROW 3: J. Knowlton, B. Brenneman, K. Vadas, B. Knapp. C. Staszkuewicz. Junior Panhellenic. ROW 1: P. Monto, M. Connolly, J. O'Rourke, M. Maurer, Adv. ROW 2: L Laderrnan, C. Webb, B, Glick, D. Walker, L. Rex. ROW 3: L. Volotta, A. Wiley, C. Wilkins, J Fought. S. Clinton. A. Staszkiewicz. IFC. ROW 1: N. Hetzer, Treas., P. Sun. V.P., P. Rockwell. Pres., T Weeks, Ex-at-Lge.. D. Wheeler, Sec. ROW 2: M. Piccarreta. L Reasonover, T. Dunifon, B. Scizak. ROW 3: R. Kest, D. Hudson, D Domini, A. Thompson, J. Black. ROW 5: G. Kubat. T. Hieber. J Ehrman. J. Jaggers, J. Drew, F. Singer. ROW 6: J. Gianetti. Panhellenic Council, consisting of two members of each sorority at the University of Toledo, meets weekly to make decisions directly related to the groups. The purpose is to unify the Greek sororities on campus and to promote spirit. Senior Panhellenic has jurisdiction over rushing, and pledging policies, provides student tours of the campus, and gives the annual faculty tea. Junior Panhellenic, made up of two members of each fall pledge class, gives the pledges a working knowledge of the purposes of Panhellenic as well as unifying all the sorority pledge classes. I.F.C. lnterfraternity Council is made up of two mem- bers from each Greek fraternity at the University of Toledo. lts goal is to foster greater understand- ing and cooperation between the member groups on campus. IFC, along with Peppers Women's Honorary, co- sponsors Men's and Women's Songfest each year in the spring. . -Q t, gig. . . , Q as-s,E1QbS+4.x,f. t.: .fssasst 'f ,.wannp...J . 1 1 EF: Q, X 4 .img E - v 4, pi Q .-, ' -'film-.., -U 1. ZFE Sigma Gamma Epsilon is the scholastic honorary for stu- dents ot geology and the earth sciences. Gamma Eta chapter was recently formed here at the University of Toledo, in November, 1968. Already this year, the members are keeping with their purpose of stimulat- ing high scholastic achieve- ment and interest in the geo- sciences by sponsoring semi- nars. History Club The History Club of the University of Toledo is an or- ganization formed to foster and preserve an interest in the examination and interpretation of history. This year, the His- tory Club has been expanded and revitalized to include social gatherings, specialized interest groups, and the ex- amination of the University's curriculum. The club is open to undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of aca- demic major. Sigma Gamma Epsilon. ROW 1: D. Hamilton, VP., M. Camp, Treas., R. Minning, Pres., R. Smith, Sec. ROW 2: G. Kunkel, Adv., J. Bruning, M. Rowland, K. Nlauer, T. Kreps. ROW 3: F. Maschszak, R. Hilty, L. Fortuna, R. Sweney. R. Johnson, D. Galliers. ROW 4: G. Spanski, Adv., M. McCown. J. Luppens, C. Hoptinger, C. Harfield, W. Kaufman. R. Syvert, R. Pawlowicz. History Club. T. Fitzgerald, VP., F. Galatocky, Treas., L. Cary, Adv., J. Wittman. Pres. 226 Military 'I .,' S . .' nf U ... ' f gi, ff af fig? fi 3' ft 'vgb Y' 71' 5' 4 , ry" ,Y Q 'M V . 41 Q: w. . if O 0 . O . , x I 'f 3 ' 5 The Reserve Officers Training Corps of the University of Toledo strives to promote in its members the high degree of leadership necessary to become a successful army of- ficer. Through military science classes coupled with leadership laboratories, the Corps instills the spirit of the armed forces in the cadets during their four-year college period. The military science classes educate the cadets in the history and methods of armed conflict so that they will be equipped to face the position of second lieutenant. S545 Tix . Colonel Richard Shagrin, Director of Military Science Cadre l -4 Cadre. ROW 1: Lt. Col. Donald Leese, MAJ Leedom, COL Shagrin, Lt. Col. Canty. MAJ Wagner ROW 2: MAJ Sutter, P. Vail, Sgt. Griffiths, PFC Horvath, SFC Cooley, Sgt. Bridges. SSM Hall MAJ Gilson. it Commanders f s . s ' ,:.. ,Y Unit Commanders: ROW 1: F. Liller, R. Pfefferle, D. Foley, F. Bartell, W. Owens. ROW 2: M. Miller, D. Hackman, C. Polite. ROW 3: K. Phillips, K. Carpenter, J. Scott, M. Weislek, J. Moran, R. Kujawa. ROW 4: D. Ondrus, G. Blair, R. Flack, P. Sun, K, Otte. Band, ROW 1: J. Slaninka, D. Gogel, A. Gilson, D. Ondrus, R. Heater. ROW 2: G. Leidich, J. Sullivan. R. Stevens. D, Walsh, R Cherry, J. Kent, B. Bissell. ROW 3: G Burris, D. Schroder, R. Tietje, D. Scharp, J. Sharrit, R. Watrol ROW 4: E. Eckhart, B. Straub, J. Love, R. DeLombard. G. Benore, F. Kruse, G. Hazleton, J. Redden, ROTC Band The ROTC Band is part of the Cadet Brigade. It is responsible for providing marching music for the Cadet Brigade during important events, such as the Presidents Review, Gold Star Cere- mony, Activity Awards Day, and the Annual Armed Forces Day Review. ln addition, the band provided appropri- ate music for Rocket fans at major athletic events throughout the school year. Rifle Team Undefeated in league competition since 1966, the University of Toledo Rifle Team is rated one of the top ROTC teams in the nation. Its mem- bers are trained in rifle marksman- ship and sportsmanship on the inter- collegiate level. The team this year defended its title in the Southern Michigan-Northwest Ohio ROTC Rifle League against Bowling Green State University, Central Michigan University, Eastern Michigan Univer- sity, Michigan State University, University of Detroit, University of Michigan, and Western Michigan University. The team also took honors as aggregate champions of the Walsh Tournament at Xavier University. 230 Rifle Team. ROW 1: M. Bridges, C02 D. Leese, Adv., ROW 2: A. Scott, D. S Scabbard and Blade. ROW 1: M. Wcislek, D. Trebec, F. Bartell, K. Otte, LTC Leedom, SGM Hall. ROW 2: W. Owens, R. Brenner, G. Kuchinski. J, Black, L. Fowler. ROW 3: D. Ondrus. C. Kogge, J. Wittman, M. lvlaves. J. Wirth. it, A, Kuebler, ROW 3: R. Ehman. C. nner, J. Lause. Scabbard and Blade Company E, 9th Regiment, is the Toledo affiliate of Scabbard and Blade national honor society. The companys activities include providing an arch of sabres for the ROTC Queen at the annual Military Ball and honoring the Home- coming Queen at the football game. Originally founded in 1905 at the University of Wisconsin. membership in the society is by election only. The roll of company E now stands at 24 men. The primary purpose of Scabbard and Blade is to raise the standard of military education in American colleges, to encourage and foster the qualities of good and efficient officers, and to promote friendship and good fellowship amongthe cadet officers. 231 Marching Miss-el-ettes. ROW 1: K. Solon P Kuerten J Pflum CO P Pattison ROW 2 T Barnett, J. Horvath, MAJ Wagner, K. Dauer ROW 3 L Ingram P Limpf S Sadana C White ROW 4:M.Creque,A. Lockett, M.Chaney D Kisabeth R Whitefield Marching lVliss-el-ettes The Marching Miss-el-ettes, a women's drill team, was founded in 1965. The colors are powder blue and white. This year, the Nliss-el- ettes participated in the Gannon College, Cin- cinnati, Toledo, and Ohio University Drill Meet lnvitationals. The team also participated in the International Festival, the Armed Forces Day Parade, and the Toledo Christmas Day Parade. Through common goals and working together as a group, the Marching Miss-el-ettes strive for sisterhood among their members and service to the University. 5 Z Sponsors and Staff. ROW 1: K. Otte. C. Morse, N. Meredith. C. Niles, MAJ Sutter. Advisor. ROW 2: R. Grieco, J. Deca, J. Plant. ROW 3: D. Lautzenheiser, A. Stavish, J. Wittman. Pershing Rifles Pershing Rifles Military Fraternity was founded in 1894 by John J. Pershing as the Varsity Rifles. Later the name was changed to Pershing Rifles in honor of the famed World War l American Expeditionary Force Commander. Pershing Rifles is a military and social fraternity which develops the military art by the application of leadership through drill, discipline, friendship, and cooperation. This year, company L-1 is commanded by PKR CPT Kenneth L. Otte. The fraternity annually sponsors activities such as the selection of a queen and court and sponsors, and the Cord Ball in early February, when the pledges are initiated into active status. Members of Company L-1 compete at drill meets at college campuses through the Midwest. Pershing Rifles. ROW 1: K. Otte. C. Morse, N. Meredith, C. Niles, MAJ Sutter, Advisor. ROW 2: G. Hall, M. Blevins, R. Kujawa, J. Deca, R. Grieco, A. Kline. ROW 3: S. Sharp, G, Leber, J. Moran, J. Plant, C. Romans, M. Wcislek, A. Stavish. ROW 4: D, VanWey, G. Fields, P. Wcisleic, J. Wittman, C. Kogge, D. Lautzenheiser, T. Williams. 4 ,. 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J- - , . .N A-fl ,1 3... - , ,.-.51 .qw-:,.. -1.5 ' ' .- A M 5' --' A 1 - "N ff! -N ' - . . . , . . v-F up it dx. .4-..-V-X. -v :.- '- "' Aff '--4 r'y,ffExA:2:.,'-' ' -JH - 267 On October 15, 1885, Alpha Chi Omega was founded at DePauw University. The organization came to the University of Toledo campus November 17, 1945. The founders of Alpha Chi established the soror- ity as a music organization. However, it soon became a social sorority exemplifying the ideals of scholar- ship and well-rounded womanhood. As well as the happiness and the many friendships made in Alpha Chi the organization strives to intro- duce its members to many avenues of service to others. Vicki Black Deborah Buxeribaum Barbara Bradner Beverly Bradner Bonnie Brenneman Nancy Drescher Darlene Dunkle Nancy Dymarkowski Q-" W Ramona Ford Linda Gaither Patti Geier Diane Giglia Alyce Goldman Debbie Goodman Margo Greunke Alpha Chi Omega 17"P 'B C, -S 'qvv fn Q . VX X N. wx x. , --1: , 199 sg? 1 K L L ' 'rv 4' N-v -.4 3 4-x Q Ann Wlley Joan Wrller Krustlne Klagg Susan Klowltz Valerle Korcsog Almee Koteckl Charlty Krueger Carol Lehman Barbara Levuson Cheryl Muller Denise Neumann Mary Nuggle Kathy Rhoden Marsha Rogers Joyce Rosebrock Janet Roth Carol Sllberg Patncua Slmon Barbara Swundle Pam Tlce Carol Toffler Cathy Vorraber Becky Wachter Mary Ann Wachter Marsha Whlte Susan Albright Kutty Barber Barb Carson Chrns Cnpolla Nancy Comer Lourse Deyerberg Lnnda Ewnng Jern Featherstone Jean Floyd Leah Foley Duane Franzana Sue Gerlach Celeste Grossman Cundy Heasser Charlene Henlnne Barb Hendrrx Dawn Huebner Dnan Laux Pat Lutz Jan :ce Mau Lee Nlahadeen Kathy Neeb '5 is-fx ,V a A g f r 1 454 i y Q X! D if Q-Q , V 7, . v-4 . 'sv 0- .gb Chi Omega Beth Paone Renee Piondexter Sue Poole Jane Prichard Pat Rhoden Karen Ritter The women of the Xi Delta chapter of Chi Omega stand proud. For behind them is seventy-four years of tradition achievement, and enthusiasm. Within this framework exists the bonds of friendship, true sister- hood and individuality. The Chi O's find within their chapter a sense of unity and cooperation. The evidence of this is their success. Since their establishment here on campus they have worked toward both the betterment of the community as wellas the university. Their participation in campus activities has devel- oped in their members an understanding of people and a pride of the university. The sisters of Chi Omega will continue to work toward these goals. Through their efforts. along with those of all Greeks, the worth of sororities and fra- ternities will be proven. Betty Schaefer Nancy Schuster Sue Stechschulte Claudia Tattersall XY E' "-' ChrisViIIhauer 9 S Rita Walker Anita Webb Carol Webb Connie Zurnbrun Llnda Bondy Sue Bottles Brenda Brown Susan Carlson Maryann Carson Donna Chapman Kathy Clemens Barb Davls Julle Deason Nancy Early Callie Elliott Mary Garrett Barb Gluck Debble Hanes Sharon l-larpel Joan Heath Joann Herzng Gretchen lsch Barb Jankowskl Mary Kawa it Vs- '!"f' Q5 4522? fav -Q- .rx-A .. , ,wh in 33 5 .v X 'svx f 'NN Q7 sf 13-1 Pam Kearney Ann Kemp Hope Kessler 9- .ll J' do 'Qin iles Gut -iv if 'x X har, 'JJ Sue Kontak Mary Lauterbur Becky Learned Suzanne Lesh Delta Delta Delta Founded nationally at Boston University with the colors of silver, gold, and blue, Phi Alpha chapter of Delta Delta Delta was formed on campus in 1944. The pearl, the pine, and the pansy hold deep meaning for each active Tri-Delt. The badge of the sorority symbolizes to each wearer the ideals and friendships found as a sister in Delta Delta Delta. The Tri-Delts social calendar is filled with the traditional Pansy Breakfast, Mother-Daughter Tea, formals, and casual parties. Michele Magill Linda Mears Nancy Menard Sandra Mollen Lois Mitchell Karen Munson Sandra Ostrander Korine Petersen Louise Rideout' Nancy Riley Carla Schlatter 1 'G' Gail Seyfang Ann Shoemaker Susan Thornburgh Karen Vogelpohl Linda Wannemacher Nancy Williams Becky Zink Kathie Zuercher vff' 273 Kappa Delta Kappa Delta Sorority was nationally founded at Longwood College in 1847. Locally, Kappa Delta was formed in 1946. The sorority colors are olive green and white. Fall and winter quarters were best charac- terized by enthusiasm and spirit. Founders' Day was observed with the wearing of white roses and thetraditional banquet. The traditional round of fraternity parties, soup and steak dinners, mother-daughter teas and the senior picnic kept the sisters of Kappa Delta very busy. Janice Arnholt Marilyn Bagdonas Sandra Barrow Judy Beach Lynn Brown Kathie Burkhart Suzanne Cattell Barbara Clabaugh Vickie Criqui Barbara Dennis Cheryl Dorrier Marlene Dyrnek if 7 df-fl! sux 17" Kg.. ., wJ S' 'xifikirlk-'f' 9. .Q :vw-4, hi Xxx "' as Mary Seeger Judy Snmko Susan Suder Ann Tadonna Cynthua Wulmes Lesly Wuthrow 275 Kathy Ferguson Lunda Francus Sue Getter Marcoe Gross Mary Gvvnazdon Marnlyn Kalunowskn Phyllis Kanthak Judy Karchner Lnnda Kazmner Bernadette Kovacs Cynthia Kunkle Lnnsey Lawton Suzanne Maloney Kathy Nlerker Kathy Neary Sandra Newell Sandy Oberle Alma O'Rouke Karen Photos Debbue Ruppert 'Q Bev Bertke Jackie Blausey Carol Borgess Julie Burns Jody Butler Sue Carter Kathy Casey Debbie Chitwood Marsha Collins Chris Connolly Mary Connolly Cathy Duszynski Terry Eoff Ann Evers Kathy Flanagan Madonna Grzelak Jan Hite Diane Englis Mary Johnson Mary Jane Klein Sue Semerau . sq! iff' 1'3" N81 N.- ,N ,X Sue Kozak Mary Lou Kuebbler Carolyn La ke Karen Lewis Maureen Maurer Judy Metcalf Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi came to the University of Toledo in April, 1945. The sisters are members of the na- tional organization which was founded April 28. 1867. The highlight of the Pi Phi year came as Miss Cathy Duszynski was crowned 1968 Homecoming queen. The members of Pi Beta Phi strive to attain high academic achievement while engaging in the social activities necessary to form a well rounded individual. -H Q Pat Monto ,Q-'J , Judy Nirschl ' -' Mary Orwig NZ Maureen O'Shea '55 4- Pat Parton Mary Jo Pennypacker Rita Pennypacker Connie Pierce Y'- Suzi Pier Connie Scherer Soni Sommers Ginny Stewart ,,,, Kathy Teiper Margie Terrili Ruth Thomas Sandy Tubbs Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi was founded in 1897 at Bernard College in New York. Theta Psi chapter was formed on Toledo University's campus on November 11, 1944. An organization of enthusiasm and spirit, the sisters of AOPi strive to maintain the ideals of the educated woman. Socially, AOPi participates in fraternity theme parties, and the traditional winter and spring formal. AOPi service projects include an orphan party and support for the philanthropic fund forthe Arthritis Foundation. .. , . . V- Helene Reichlin Karen Rihacek Judy Ripple Nancy Robertson Sue Smith Debra Snyder Janet Sutton Diana Van Alst Ellen Vonderembse Donna Walker Us ,R TN Z' Joan Weisberg Jane Williams Sue Yoe I ,X , ubl. I Y'-'Y if fix ...-vu. Vurglnla Lewand Lee Lewls Becky Ma rtln Jennufer Metfalf Marcla Nachtrab Sandra Palmer Llnda Ae-rn: Barbara Allen Karen Andray Susan Bolton Chrnstlne Chapman Beth Clark Susan Clnnton Judith Colony Kathleen Currens Kathy Curto Jeanne Demskl Susan Farrell Lorralne Goodleman Sharon Gurecky Ellen Hendrucks Barbara Hlss Judy Hutchinson Elalne Jakubowskl Peggy Jagodzlnskl Mary Lou Klawltter Sandra Kosunskl Jan Kunckel Mary Kunz Elena Kutz Judy Latham Sigma Delta Tau Sigma Delta Tau is the youngest national sorority on T.U.'s campus. As the youngest sorority SDT has suffered growing pains as does every growing thing. However, the SDT's have a group of active spirited sisters who enjoy being together to take part in ac- tivities like a Chanukah party and an active- alumni dinner. The Sig Delts took part in many campus extra-curricular activities like the Blockhouse, the plays, and Greek Week. As the Sig Delts say, "We may be small in number, but we make up for it in spirit." Ellen Ashman Marilyn Block Janet Rogolsky Lynette Rosen Joyce Scheiner Joan Siskind ID K .,- 'N 1 ve' wit sz.. X 'tw 'f Q .fx 5 Lora Baker Jacque Bergsman hr Pamela Bode Jolene Christ Phyliss Goeder Patricia Goergen Karen Kershaw Barbara Knapp Lynda Laderman Patricia Meng A Sandra Morse Joanne Nagel Marcy Press Marcia Rhodes Sue Sheperd , ,A - f i Q- A A M' Tamara Stahl 5 'F 'Q ' if ws ' Shelley Stark jg Karen Vadas Oneu Vince ,i S if Q 1 sv Linda Yingling Casey Ya rder Sigma Iota Chi Founded on December 15 in 1903 at Alexandria, Louisiana Beta Delta chapter of Sigma Iota Chi was established at the University of Toledo on April 26, 1965. In a continuous effort to build and strengthen the relatively new chapter a Mother's Club and an alumnae chapter were organized. The traditional Big Sis-Little Sis bowling party, Founder's Day banquet and spring and winter formals are a part of every Sigma's activities, Each year the Sigma who best represents the so- rority's ideals and aims is awarded the title of friend- ship Girl by her sisters. Shari Barefoot Judy Dethloffd Lynn Donofrlo Doane Emerson Mary Jo Ejhlnger Marlene Gryczewsku Barb Harrlson Karen Helm Barb Humm Duane Humm Maryanne Hunter Denlse Janowueskl JoAnn Jorgenrud Lynn Kaczor Sharon Knener Duane Klsabeth Sharon Kosakowsku Cellna Kosuer Tern Krall An netter Kulmatyckl Carol LaGrange Judy Lehsten Sharon Manders Meg Moran Marylou Moran Jan Mrozlnskl I ' R und' El!! -Cf -yu- Diane LaGrange Pat Noonan Jean O'Neil Pam O'Reilly Karen Prokop Carole Rayman Zeta Tau Alpha On October 15, 1898, at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, Zeta Tau Alpha was founded. Goals of friendship and openmindedness char- acterized the membership. These aims are exem- plified in their creed, "to think in terms of all mankind and service in the world . . . to look for good in everyone . . . the foundation precept- LOVE-the greatest of all things." 'WN NM Bev Roach Linda Shultz Bev Shanteau Jerrie Smith Pat Southard Carolyn Staskiewicz Ann Staskiewicz ""- Kathy Ta nsey Joyce Thornton Linda Volatta uf-Q Joyce Wilson Janet Wolff Carol Wollenweber Alpha Epsilon Pi Since its founding on November 7, 1913, Alpha Epsilon Pi has grown to a fraternity of over 85 chapters. Since its admission on September 9, 1950, the Upsilon Tau Chapter at the University of Toledo has encouraged truthfulness, honesty, and courage in its members. Scholarship, athletics, extra-curricular activities, and outstanding social program are of major importance to the men of Alpha Epsilon Pi. The brothers inaugurate a healthy spirit of co-operation and helpfulness to create a better understanding among fellow man. They are concerned not only with how to make a living, but also with teaching one another how to live. Jeff Cohen Mark David Les Epstein Randy Gamiel Stuart Gebell Jerry Goldstein Mark Jatfee Bob Kant Qu' E' 'JG if Q-4 Make Levme Jay Le-vmthal Joel Levltarl Joel Qulent Gerald Resmck Barry Shenofsky Doug Solfer Stu Stern Jeff Tobin Ken Vogel Jay Yecues F sw XS,-1' Kelth Ames Davud Anderson James August Jeff Boldwan Lyle Beadle Al Bensch Bull Braun Mnchael Buczek Richard Case G1ICeIedoma Chris Conroy Bull Danks Bull Darah Robert Decker Roy Drake John Escott Jum Farner Farrus Genude Joe Gaannetta Mike Grady George Gusses Mike Hartman Pete Hess Dave Judy John Knapp 6? ,,,. fv..Qi"5' Q.- GS? 'E' 153' -i ar Alpha Sigma Phi was founded as a "sopho- more society" at Yale University on December 6, 1845. Since that time it has grown to over eighty chapters and more than 30,000 brothers. The Beta Rho chapter of Alpha Sigs has pro- gressed for 25 years on Toledo's campus, The Sigs are traditionally strong in all IFC intra- mural athletics and won the football cham- pionship for 1968. The brothers also provided the campaign and support necessary to elect Miss Cathy Duszynski as homecoming queen. The Sigs held many good parties for the en- joyment of brothers and their dates. All of the successful activities demonstrate the spirit and brotherhood of Alpha Sigma Phil John Kuhl Jerry Lambdin Jim Livingston Bruce Martin Robert Molnar Dennis Olelownik T' Thomas Osgood Robert Redmond Pat Rockwell Jim Swernba Mike Swemba Y Y Mike Smith ff , 1 Robert Sturtz 5 Kenneth Torok Chuck Trepunski ,ig Ron Vail if L Fred Weik 4 Rick Wells ZX Gordy Wilson Joe Yearm Tony Zimkowski Phi Kappa Psi was founded at Jefferson College, February 19, 1852. The Ohio Eta Chapter at the University of Toledo was founded on October 21, 1950, stemming from one of the most prominent locals Sigma Beta Phi. The brothers participated in all of the l.F.C. sports and demonstrated renewed strength with a competitive spirit. The Toledo Chapter purchased a spacious home allowing them to hold many of the events on the social calendar at the house. The traditionally conservative Phi Psi's welcome new men annually and strive to foster dedicated brotherhood among all the members. 'YY Y L . if 4 ,i l Phi Kappa Psi .A r - 19 5' .5 George Bailey X Tom Bartolett i' . -V' , as M Jeff Black X "- N 'iv .1 ""f,'jf , Bill Bray ' 5 W ,1 'W' .' ' Pat Casey , V . ' .... A '. r:::-.-wif" -T:i5"?5'fE' ,-M12-'? -' 4 , .wg-Qrxrvv' 3 '-513431: , :-Qjffiwfy .N'qgfl:l':s' .fq:sg5. ma- , af' Richard Clement Craig Cotner John Cornelius Craig Covrett Bill Fall Wally Fenneken Gary Filan Vic Flath Torn Forquer Mike Gallagher 42:9 th-4?-l 1 . v 'Uh U. f Q.. : S:--. Renny Gerson Tom Grant Pete Gunderson wr' Jeff Hepner Larry Huss 288 wu- 'EY 'R YC? ff' Dale Knefer John Kusner AI Lapp Gary Luppens 4- 3, 'EU X7 9 Q f if ii' ' , "9 'J Q.: gg J fn NV' me ' N. , , .f ? 5 .5 .. ,,, ,A , Y X Q 62. xx ,,,...- 'CR w , Chrus Zervos 289 Doug MacDonald Fred McDonald Pete Malone Larry Mciaughlnn Jim Markwood Joseph Naprerala Jerry Olller Phrlnp Osborn Pat Pawlecku Terry Perrus Tom Pasch Jeff Roscoe Earl Rudolph Duck Sapp Jnm Sattler Dave Sumko Joe Stechschulte Pete Sun John Szuch Dave Vanell Bull Wnsnnewskn John Zellung Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha has the longest tradition of any social fraternity at TU, having been founded originally in 1914. In 1955 the founding local affiliated as Ep- silon Epsilon chapter of Pi Kappa Phi. Nationally Pi Kappa Alpha has over 140 chapters and has earned the distinction of being one of the "Big Ten" in the National lnterfraternity Council. The Toledo chapter is well known for the Red Fire Engine which brings the brothers to the sidelines of all home football games. The Pikes had another active social year including l.F.C. sports participation and an expanded social schedule. v .mr ..f:--:. A Dave Hass Greg Meyers Jack Henry W Walter lkner Rick Kleber jiij x it - it .iw N X: .ff L, 5 H :".:?::: , .E-'Saga 1 u.-.,:.2-:-1f:-s11'f1- 73-91 if Lloyd Adelphia John Blanchong Keith Cadaret Chuck Crayne Alan Cribbs Tom Dunifon Terry Kroggel LTI Dave Lewis Ray Metzger Larry Neebles Robert Pochadt Doug Sowers Ray Thompson Robert Towe Ronald Volk Rick Walter 5' Rick Wilhelm Jim Wilson 290 ns- .. w 'Q N..-X if t ' , .',,'.-ti-EEL: 1 Q, P in- fi fm: 122, QQ x K A 4 Pi Kappa Phi The Beta Iota Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi national fraternity was founded on the Uni- versity of Toledo campus on December 8, 1951. The national fraternity was founded December 10, 1904, in Charleston, South Carolina at the University of Charleston. ln sixty four years the fraternity has grown to over fifty chapters nationwide. The Pi Kapps stress scholarship and brotherhood and frequently rank at or near the top of the fraternity academic standing. The Pi Kapps have a well-rounded social calendar including many assorted activities, Jerry Dunaway Will Nlawer Darryl McEwen John Roeck fix. , f- Chuck Skelley Robert Thorbu rn Arthur Walton Carl Weber Richard Wheeler 13' Dick Bader John Eisenmann Jim Freels Rod Kagy Harold Shanteau Sigma Alpha Epsilon Robert Bauer Terry Brown Doug Calendine Mike Dennis Mike Englehaupt Tom Grachek Craig Hasselschwept Mike Hawes Henry Heemsen Jim Heer Mike Hladio Jim Hoffman Bob Hunt Jon Jagaers Jim Kibler .lim Alexander Don Allen Barry Baker Dennis Kish Chuck Koch ---Q. Sigma Alpha Epsilon founded at the Uni- versity of Alabama on March 9, 1856. Since that time it has grown to its present place as the nation's largest social fraternity. The Toledo Chapter of SAE was founded on Nlarch 22, 1953. The chapter participates in all the IFC intramural sports and offers a well-rounded social program. All of the many activities reflect the brotherhood of the fraternity. Dave Lnvermore Steve McKinley Pat Mooney Richard Nagy James Pemberton Phu! Robblbard Thomas Flood Larry Sheets John Shoemaker Phll Spence Mike 'Splros Ashley Steele Wnlluam Straka Kenneth Swlnt Ron Unfned Dave Waltz Davnd Webb George Weudner Davnd Whitaker Steve Wulson Sigma Alpha lVlu Sigma Alpha lVlu was founded at the College of the City of New York in 1909 by eight men dedicated to lifelong brotherhood. The Sammies took their place among Toledo's fraternities in November, 1958. ln eleven years the Toledo chapter has gained prestige as an organization of noteworthy advancement and progressive spirit. The brothers of Sigma Alpha Mu believe that the college life must provide the basis for life- long intellectual and social bonds. The organi- zation has demonstrated a unity of purpose, high degree of brotherhood, and mature sensible perspectives. The social calendar of the fraternity is never lacking, including many stags and parties. The Sammies have also been a high ranking com- petitor in the many phases of interfraternity sports activities. Sigma Alpha Mu gives its members a chance to participate in all phases of fraternity life, an experience that builds and molds better individuals in future life. X,as... Jim Alexander Jim Feroldi Steve Frey William Gilbert Vincent Jacaruso Cecil Kisiel Steve Klar Lloyd Kornheiser 43 'Pi "ii 29 4 Lewus Lax Davnd Lewis Robert Moss Steve Randall Howard Rifkln Richard Rosenberg Roy Schwedelson Harvey Wachsman Tom Weeks Joel Wolff Edwln Yawltz X ..: U-11: . 'f'- . ,.'1Q.1-, - , If ,w . A-, . , 4 ' 1 "fl fm ' ' . .' mln H W. 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'vw ' 'ft' Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded by twelve men at Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia on November 1, 1901. From these twelve men has grown a national organization of over 78,000 members. The Ohio Iota chapter, founded at the University of Toledo on September 30, 1950, is proud to be one of over 185 chapters throughout the nation. To each Sig Ep the red door and black heart stand for more than parties. They stand for the brotherhood and goals established by the founders sixty eight years ago. This year saw a great variety of activities for the Toledo Sig Eps. The sports activities, l.F.C. First Place Homecoming Float, formals and numerous other activities were enjoyed in the spirit of brother- hood. 296 -B-X Q'-V' -S, '-Q 'lf' x. 3227 xr rm V X X X rr Qs rr :,,x.rv,rr q,g.,rxx. MQ MMM MWMVW' Y isis. 1 1 'vhs :GL-K -- X 'lr e. 'C' ' ,Asn X ":'."1Y M rp e we , x.. ' 1-s X U gag' ew' Gqryj K - fx," , Ronald Zugay James Lowery George MaCRntChre Larry Martm Scott Mc Clure Bob MCCraney Don McGraw Mrke McGu1re Jerry Mulls Scott Mnlls Jnm Mnzen Bull Navarre Ken Orlowsku Charles Parfrath Pat Peters AI R3dllV'lSkl Make Robarge Ken Robue Eldon Sheffer Marty Shrmer AI Thompson Bob Urfer Harry Whutacre Bull Wnggms Robert Zugay Tau Kappa Epsilon From the founding of Pi Rho Sigma in 1944, to its affilia- tion with Tau Kappa Epsilon in lVlay 1950, and to the pres- ent day, TEKE has remained a unique organization of men, stressing always the importance of the individual's worth and character. The Toledo chapter is one of over 255 nationwide chap- ters of Tau Kappa Epsilon, the largest national fraternity. For each Frater in TKE the bond represents the best demo- cratic and spiritual ideals of man. This year the Men of Tau Kappa Epsilon have been strong in l.F.C. sports, displaying unity and true brotherhood. Heading the TEKE social calendar traditionally are The Festival of the Red Carnation, Kon-Tiki Party, St. Valentine's Day Party, and the Sorority Pledge Class exchange. The leadership and quality found among the Men'of Gamma Nu Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon are the result of scholarship, sports, student government, and social activi- ties. Bob Andrews William Aubry James Black Ron Couturler Mike Durlk Pat East i fi, Q i ,. l . -5 "' 7 Iffii-Yi 'tx 57' A: S ? V J . vw ,ew-X ' I V ,tiff 1 C ,H William Eldridge , s f 'Qi Jll'1'1G3V3gl'l3f'l ff' ' ' . 35 Dave Getter " ' t Mike Gllley JeffGllck we 5, ul 'fm fi Bruce Gyde QQ, Tom Hleber K ' Joe Hudok Dave Hudson 3 Q N Larry lngerling Bill Kilby 298 Gary Kubat Pat McGrew Joe Mrele Dan Moser Bull Nachtrab J. Dennis Overberg Jnm Pasch Larry Pfaff Ron Pfeufer Mel Pommeranz Malt Pomrneranz Sam Pryce Bull Rletzke Dave Scardrna Bull Secrest Jnm Suhrbler Larry Swartzlander Steve Terper Dave Valeruo Dennue Wlttman Dennus Wroblewskr Y' John Zak John Kosakowsku Theta Chi The Alpha Chapter of Theta Chi Society was or- ganized in Norwich University on Thursday, April 10, 1856. The founders established the organization with the idea of a national fraternity in mind. The Delta Theta Chapter of Theta Chi is located at the University of Toledo. The brothers excel in interfraternity sports competition with a very strong football team. The Theta Chis have a full social schedule in- cluding beer stags and many unique date parties. . ,s x Joel Bernstein g ,V X ,-ff' Jim Cappelli f: 1 A. Joseph Cervati 'E' - ' A hi ' H Eugene Costello . JSF," Steve Cutter I -tw N ' n Bill English N' i 19.1 1' ,E 'kt , Qi.,-' -1 Q M21 Gary Failor Jim Ferrara Kenneth Gralak V.. 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Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Art - Y.W.C.A. 1: Campus Crusade for Christ 2.3.4: Pi Beta Phi 1.2.3.4. CASE. RICHARD A. - Toledo. Ohio - Business Adminis- tration Personnel. CERVATI. JOSEPH L. - Wald- wick. New Jersey - Business - Logistics - Theta Chi 1.2.3.4. CHAPMAN, DONNA E. - Beach- wood. New Jersey - Educa- tion - Elementary - TSEA 1.2,3.4: Rock-Et 3: SUB 1: Dorm Commission 2.3: Inter- nos 1.2.3.4: Delta Delta Delta 1.2.3.4. CHRIST. JOLENE - Toledo. Ohio - ComTech - Medical Office - Newman Club 1: BLOCKHOUSE 1: Sigma Iota Chi 1.2.3. CISNEROS. LESLIE O. - White Plains. New York - Educa- tion - Elementary - Hillel 1: Freshman Advisor 4. CLABAUGH. BARBARA L. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary - SUB 1.2.3. 4: SBG 1: TSEA 2.3: COL- LEGIAN 1: Kappa Delta 1.2.3. CLARK. BETH K. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 4: Alpha Omicron Pi1.2.3.4. CLEMENS. KITTI A. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 1.2.3.4: BLOCKHOUSE 1: Delta Delta Delta 1.2.3.4 - pledge trainer. 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Ohio - Engineering - Elec- trical - Tau Beta Pi 2: Y.M.C.A. 3.4: l.E.E.E. 2.3.4: Pi Kappa Alpha 1.2.3.4 CRIQUI. VICKIE L. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 1.2: Y.W.C.A. 2.3.4: Newman Club 1.2: Kappa Delta 2.3.4. CUTTER. STEPHEN M. - Bed- ford. Massachusetts - Busi- ness - Personnel - Rocket Chorus 1.2: Theta Chi 3.4. CYLENICA. MICHAEL T. - Maplewood. New Jersey - Business - Transporta- tion. CZUBEK. HARRY JR. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Market- ing - Marketing Club 4 - pres.: Alpha Kappa Psi 2.3. 4. DAVIS. MARK M. - Searing- town. New York - Business - Administration - Hillel 1.2: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Intra- murals 1.2.3. DEMSKI. JEANNE M. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 1.2.3: SBG Publications 2.3: Alpha Omicron Pi 1.2.3 - treas.. 4. DENNIS. BARBARA D. - Bar- berton, Ohio - Education - Art - TSEA 1: Y.W.C.A. 1.2.3 - vice pres.. 4: Con- tact Comm. 1.2: Kappa Del- ta 1.2.3 - membership chrm..4-corr.sec. DETHLOFF. JUDITH A. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Eng- lish - Kappa Delta Pi 3.4 - sec.: Pi Delta Phi 3.43 Zeta Tau Alpha 2.3.4: Winter Weekend Co-Chrm. 4. DIACOU. TINA S. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Busi- ness - International Stu- dents 1.2: TSEA 2. DIEHL. DOUGLAS E. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Science. DITTRICH. RICHARD J. - Liberty. New York - Arts and Science - Pre-Med - Phi Eta Sigma 2: Beta Beta Beta 3: Alpha Epsilon Delta 3. DORRIER. CHERIE A. Q- Syl- vaniai Ohio - Arts and Sci- ence - Theatre - Pi Epsilon Delta 3.43 Theatre 3.4: Kap- pa Delta 2.3.4. DOUTHETT, BARBARA A. - Toledo. Ohio - Education -Elementary. DRESCHER. DAVID L. - Tole- do. Ohio - ComTech - Business - Phi Theta Kappa. DRIBBEN. RONALD M. - Great Neck. New York - Business - Pre-Law - Sigma Alpha Mu 1.2.3.4. DUGAN. DAVID E. - Albany. New York - Education - Social Science - Political Science Club 2: Sigma Al- pha Mu 2.3.4. DUNDON. SUSAN L. - Alli- ance. Ohio - Pharmacy - Lambda Kappa Sigma 1.2 - sec.. 3.4.5 - pres.: APhA 1.2 - sec.. 3,4 - sec.. 5: Zeta Tau Alpha 2.3 - Hist.. 4 -vice pres.. 5. DYMARKOWSKI. NANCY - Toledo. Ohio - Education - English - Newman Club 1.2.3: TSEA 3.4: Leadership Comm. 43 Alpha Chi Omega 1.2.3.4 - rec. sec. ELDRIDGE. WILLIAM E. - Tem- perance. Michigan - Com- Tech - Data Processing - Accounting Club 2: Tau Kappa Epsilon. ELLIOTT. LYNDA B. - Brook- lyn, New York - Education - Elementary - TSEA. ENGLISH. WILLIAM J. - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Chem- ical - Tau Beta Pi: Student Judiciary Council 3.4: Theta Chl. EPSTEIN. DAVIE J. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Elemen- tary. EPSTEIN. LESTER B. - Perth Amboy. New Jersey - Edu- cation - Alpha Epsilon Pi. ESSI. MICHAEL P. - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Me- chanical - Tau Beta Pi 3.4: ASME 3.4. FADELL. JUDITH M. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - English - TSEA 23 Newman Club 1.2: Y.W.C.A. 2: SBG 3. FARQUHARSON. LARRY E. - Napoleon. Ohio - ComTech - Civil Engineering Tech- nology. FEATERSTONE. JERRILYN J. - Toledo. Ohio - Educa- tion - Social Science - Y.W.C.A. 1.2 - sec.. 3.4: Spirits and Traditions 2.3.4 - Chrm.: Chi Omega 1.2.3. 4 - soc. chrm.: Cheerleader 2.3.4-captain. FEENEY. SUE C. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 1.2.3.4: Young Democrats 4: New- man Club 1.2.3.4. FELL. RICHARD A. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Economics - BLOCK- HOUSE 4 - admin. ed.: Sig- ma Phi Epsilon 3.4. FENNEKEN. WALLY E. - Tole- do. Ohio - Business - Lo- gistics - Phi Kappa Psi. FERGUSON. KATHY J. - To- ledo, Ohio - Arts and Sci- ences - Chemistry - Kap- pa Delta: ROTC Queen 3: Homecoming Attendant 3. FEROLDI. JAMES - Plainview: New York - Business - Finance - Phi Eta Sigma 1: Beta Gamma Sigma 3.4: Senate 4: Finance Club 3.4: Sigma Alpha Mu 2.3.4: Pres. College of Business 3.4. FERRO. MICHAEL P. - West Orange. New Jersey - Arts and Sciences - Alpha Sigma Delta 4: American Chemical Society 3.4: Arts Comm. 3: Social Comm. 4. FLICK. JOHN E. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Finance - Finance Club 2.3: Young Republicans 2: Alpha Kappa Psi 2.3 -sec.. 4. FOGEL. GARY E. - Phoenix. Arizona - Arts and Sci- ence - Psychology. FORD. RAMONA K. - Sylvania. Ohio - Education - Social Science - Alpha Chi Omega 1.2.3.4: Rock-Ets 3.4. FOREMAN, GRACE A. - Swan- ton. Ohio - Arts and Sci- ences - Sociology - Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship 1.2.3.4. FORESTER. PATRICIA M. - Brecksville. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - English - Pi Delta Phi 1: SUB 4: Thea- trel. FOTGANG. MARK A. - Hill- side. New Jersey - Phar- macy - Alpha Zeta Omega 1.2.3.4: American Pharma- ceutical Association 1.2.3.4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 1.2.3.4 FORTUNA. LOIS ANN - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Math-TSEA 2. FRANCIS. LINDA L. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 1.2: Y.W.C.A. 1.2.33 Kappa Delta 1.2.3-treas..4. FRANKLIN. HARRIET B. - To- ledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary - TSEA1.2.3.4. FRANZINI. MARTHA D. - New Brighton. Pennsylvania - Arts and Sciences - Psy- chology - Chi Omega 1.2.3. 4 - corr. sec.: Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4. FREY. STEPHEN R. - Syosset. New York - Business - Economics - Sigma Alpha Mu 2.3.4. FRIES. SHARON A. - Paines- ville, Ohio - Education - Elementary - Phi Kappa Phi 3.4: Kappa Delta Pi 3.4: TSEA1.2.3.4. FRUTH. FRANKLIN - Tiffin. Ohio - Education - Voca- tional Education. GALE. HOPE R. - Irvington. New Jersey - Education - Social Studies - Dorm Representative 1.2: J-Board 3. GALLIERS. DAVID - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Math - Campus Crusade for Christ 2: SGE 4. GALLIERS. DONALD - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Sociology - Phi Eta Sig- ma 1.2. GAMIEL, RANDY - Claymont. Delaware - Business - Finance - Alpha Epsilon Pi 3.4: Varsity Football 1.2.3 GARRETT. MARY J. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Statis- tics - Contact Comm. 3: Delta Delta Delta. GEBELL. STUART L. - Roches- ter. 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Ohio - Business - Account- ing - Beta Alpha Psi 2.3. 4 - vice pres.: Beta Gamma Sigma 3.4: Accounting Club 2.3 - treaS., 4 - preS.2 Mili- tary Science Club 1.2.3.4: Alpha Kappa Psi 1.2.3.4. GOLDMAN. ALYCE R. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Elementary - External Af- fairs Comm. 2: Rocket Chor- isters 3: Hillel 1.2: BLOCK- HOUSE 2.4: Alpha Chi Ome- ga1.2.3.4. GOLDMAN. SANDRA S. - Roslyn. New York - Edu- cation - Elementary. GOLDSTEIN. JERRY M. - Roch- ester. New York - Arts and Sciences - Psychology - Phi Eta Sigma 1.2.3.4: Psi Chi 3.4 - vice pres.: Student Senate 4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 1.2.3.4. GOODMAN. MICHAEL W. - Danbury. Connecticut - Arts and Sciences - History - SUB 1.2: SBG 4: Hillel 1. 2 - pres.: Tennis 1. GOTHELF. STEVEN M. - Oceanside. New York - Business - Marketing - Sigma Alpha Mu 1.2.3,4. GOTTESMAN. PHYLLIS E. - Pittsburg, Pennsylvania - ComTech - Medical Office Assistant - BLOCKHOUSE 2.3.4. GRAHAM, MICHAEL L. - Tole- do. Ohio - Engineering - Mechanical - A.S.M.E. 3.4 -vice pres. GREENBERG. STUART I. - Flushing. New York - Arts and Sciences - Psychology - Sigma Alpha Mu 2.3 - sec.IFC Rep. GREENBLATT. GARY. R. - Forest Hills, New York - Business - International Trade - Phi Gamma Mu: Alpha Kappa Psi 2.3.4 - pres. GRUBEN. PAUL H. - Bronx. New York - Business - Eco- nomics - Sigma Alpha Mu. GUNDERSON. HALVOR P. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Logistics - Phi Kappa Psi 2.3.4. GUSSES. GEORGE - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Social Science - Alpha Sigma Phi 1.2.3 - vice pres.. 4 - pres.: Interfraternity Council 3.4. HARMAN. ANDREW H. - Forest Hills. New York - Arts and Sciences. HARRISON. BARBARA A. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Social Science - TSEA 1 - historian 2 - sec.. 3.4: Zeta Tau Alpha 2.3.4. HARTMAN. LARRY M. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - History - Alpha Sigma Phi. HAWLEY. DARRELL G. - Tole- do, Ohio - Education - Science - Sigma Phi Epsi- lon 1,2.3.4: Homecoming Comm. 3.4: Freshman Week 3.4. HEADLEY. MICHAEL R. - Hicksville, Ohio - Business - Personnel - Theta Chi 2.3 - rush chrm.. 4 - vice pres. HEEMSEN. HENRIQUE R. - Valencia. Venezuela - En- gineering - Industrial A.l.I.E.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HEFFNER. NANCY E. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Biology - Publications Com- mission 1.2: Honors Program HEILBRUN. NANCY L. - Tole- do, Ohio - ComTech - Med- ical Office Assistant- Hillel. HELLER. SHARON L. - Swan- ton. Ohio - Education - Elementary - TSEA 3.4. HENRION. WILLIAM D. - Tole- do. Ohio - Business - Fi- nance - Pi Kappa Alpha 2.3. HERL. JAMES C. - Port Clin- ton, Ohio - Engineering - Civil - A.S.C.E. 1,2.3.4: Sig- ma Phi Epsilon 1.2.3,4. HERL. JOHN - Port Clinton. Ohio - Engineering - Civil - A.S.C.E. 1,2.3.4: Sigma Phi Epsilon 1.2.3,4. HEYNEMAN. MICHAELENE J. - Toledo, Ohio - Education - Elementary - TSEA 1.2. 3.4. HITCHNER. JUDITH A. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Eng- lish - Honors Program: TSEA 1,2.3.4: Rocket Choris- ters 1.2. HLADIO, MICHAEL - Ambridge. Pennsylvania - Arts and Sciences - Chemistry - Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1.2.3. 4: Varsity Football 1.2.3. HOLL. DAVID L. - Toledo. Ohio - ComTech - Computer Programing - Alpha Phi Omega 1.2: Student Senate 2: COLLEGIAN 1.2. HOOK, MAXINE C. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Science - Kappa Delta Pi 3.4:,TSEA 2.3.43 Astronomy Club 4: Newman Club 1.2.3.4 - vice pres. HORN. NEIL L. - Maumee. Ohio - Pharmacy - Kappa Psi 1.2.3.4.5: APhA - OSPA 1.2.3.4 - vice pres.: March- ingBand1. HUBBARD. JOHN H, - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Chemical - Alpha Phi Omega 43 A.I.C.E. 2.3.41 ROTC Rifle Team 1.2: New- man Club 1.2.3,4. HUBER. TERRY L. - White- house. Ohio - Engineering - Electrical - Eta Kappa Nu 4: Tau Beta Pi 43 l.E.E.E. 2.3.43 OSPE 3.4: Alpha Phi Omega 2.3.4. HUNTEBRINKER. BERNARD W. - Toledo. Ohio - ComTech - Theta Chi 2.3.43 Baseball 1.2. HUSS. LARRY - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - So- ciology - Freshman Advisor 45 Spirits and Traditions 3.43 Cheerleader 3.4 - captain: Phi Kappa Psi 1,2,3.4. HYMAN, CARL D. - New York. New York - Education - Theatre and Speech - SUB 2.3: Theatre 2.3.4. IGNASIAK. MARY ELLEN - To- ledo. Ohio - Arts and Sci- ences - Chemistry - Hon- ors Program 1.2.3.4: Beta Beta Beta 3.4: University Chemical Society 1.2.3,4. INGERLING. LAWRENCE J. - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Civil - A.S.C.E.3 Tau Kap- pa Epsilon. IVANCSO. STEPHANIE - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Elementary - Alpha Phi Omega 2: TSEA 2: SUB 1.2. 3.4 - vice pres.: SBG 1.2. 3.4: Young Democrats 1.4: COLLEGIAN 1.2.31 Spring Queen Court3. IVES. RICHARD B. - Perrys- burg. Ohio - Business - Administration - Arts Com- mittee 4. JACOBSON. CAROL A. - Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania - Edu- cation - Elementary. JACQUET, KAY D. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary. JAFFEE. MARK S. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Adminis- tration - Beta Alpha Psi 3: Accounting Club 3.4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 1.2.3,4. JAGODZINSKI. MARGARET M. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary - TSEA 1.2.3 - sec.. 4 - sec.: Newman Club 1: Alpha Omicron Pi 3.4. JAKUBOWSKI. ELAINE - Tole- do. Ohio - Pharmacy - Lambda Kappa Sigma 3.4.52 APhA - osPA 3.4.5. Alpha Omicron Pi 2.3.4, JANKOW. JAMES B. - Lam- bertville. Michigan - Busi- ness - Marketing - Young Democrats: Theta Chi. JOHNSTON. PAULINE E. - Findlay. Ohio - Education - Business - TSEA 1: SUB 1.2. JORGENRUD, JOANN - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Elementary - TSEA 1.2.41 Zeta Tau Alpha 2.3.4. JUDY, DAVID E. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Statis- tics - Alpha Sigma Phi. KALINOWSKI, MARILYN - Tole- do. Ohio - Business - Per- sonnel - APhA 1.2: Lambda Kappa Sigma 1.2: Contact Commission 3.4: Band 1.2.3. 4. Half Time Dancer 3.4: Kappa Delta 3.4. KALISH, SUSAN L. - Massa- pequa Park, New York - Education - Elementary. KANT. ROBERT C. - Brooklyn. New York - Engineering - Electrical - Young Demo- crats 1: B'Nai Brith 1: Alpha Epsilon Pi 2.3.4 - sec.. 5. KAPLAN, FOTIOS N. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Interna- tional Business - Interna- tional Students Association: Soccerl.2. KARAS. JAMES R. - Union- town. Ohio - Pharmacy - SBG 4: Theta Chi 3.4: Football 1. KARCHNER. JUDITH A. - To- ledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary - TSEA 1,2.3.4: Y.W.C.A. 1,2.3.4: Kappa Delta 1.2.3,4. KASPRZAK. JAMES M. - Tole- do. Ohio - Arts and Sci- ences - Math - Delta X 4: Band 3.4. KATZ, PHYLLIS R. - New York. New York - Education - Elementary - TSEA. KAYE. BARRY J. - Jamaica. New York - Business - Statistics - Sigma Alpha Mu2-sec..3-treas. KAZMAIER. LINDA D. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Elementary - Y.W.C.A. 2.3: Kappa Delta 1.2.3,4. KELLER. DAVID M. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Finance - BLOCKHOUSE 4: Sigma Phi Epsilon 3.4: Wrestling 1.2.3,4. KELLER, MARSHA A. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Math - Zeta Tau Alpha 1.2.3,4. KELLER. MARVIN E. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Finance - Phi Eta Sigma 1: Beta Gamma Sigma 3: Alpha Kappa Psi 3.4: Finance Club 3. KELLEY. DAVID Y R. - West- port. Connecticut - Arts and Sciences - Psychology - Psi Chi 3.4 - pres.: ROTC 1.2.3,4. KHAN. MUNAWWAR J. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - History - International Stu- dents Association. Y.M.C.A. 1. KILBY. WILLIAM L. - Chagrin Falls. Ohio - ComTech - Commercial Studies - Tau Kappa Epsilon 3.4. KING. JAMES C. - Oregon. Ohio - Arts and Science - lnterdepartmental - Poli- tical Science Club 3: New- man Club 1.2.3: Intermurals 2.3. KISIEL. CECIL S. - Batavia. New York - Business - Ad- ministration - Sigma Alpha Mu1,2.3.4. KLAG. KRISTINE B. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 2.3.41 Spirits and Traditions 2: Leadership Commission 4: Alpha Chi Omega 1.2.3,4. KLAR. STEVEN A. - Roslyn. New York - Business - Personnel - Student Sen- ate 4: Sigma Alpha Mu 2.3.4. KLEINERMAN. KAY - New Hyde Park. New York - Edu- cation - Elementary. KNELL. MICHAEL A. - Kitche- ner. Ontario. Canada - Business - Administration -Track 2.3.4. KOBIL. DIANE - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary - TSEA1,2,3 - historian, 4. KOCH. CHARLES S. - Fre- mont. Ohio - Business. KOCHAN. SUE - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary -TSEA1.2.3.4. KODAK. PHILIP A. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Science - University Chemical So- ciety4. KOELSCH. MICHAEL L. - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Mechanical - Tau Beta Pi 4: ASME 3.4. KORCSOG. VALERIE - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Sociol- ogy - TSEA 2.3.4: Spirits and Traditions 1.2: Alpha Chi Omega 1.2.3.4. KOENIGSEKER. NORMAN A. - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Mechanical - Alpha Phi Omega 2.3.4. KORNHEISER. LLOYD R. - Roslyn. New York - Busi- ness - Statistics - Hillel 1.2: Sigma Alpha Mu. KREPS, TIMOTHY N. - Toledo, Ohio - Education - Social Science - Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4: Alpha Phi Omega 1.2.3.4: Y.M.C.A. 3,4 - pres, Geo-Science Society 3.4: Campus Crusade for Christ 3.4. KRIEGER. CAROL A. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA1.2.3.4. KROOS, NANCA E. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 3.4. KRUGGEL. TERRY R. - Tole- do. Ohio - Business - Ad- ministration - Finance Club 3: Pi Kappa Alpha 1.2.3.4 - treas. KUJAWA. DENNIS A. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Social Studies - SBG 21 Young Democrats 2.3.4: Newman Club 2: Theta Chi 2.3.4. KUNZ, GEORGIA I. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 3.4. LAMB, JERRY A. - Toledo, Ohio - Education - Social Science - Track 1.2.3.4: Cross Country 1.2.3.4 - capt.:VarsityT2.3,4. LAPLANT. BEVERLY A. - To- ledo. Ohio - ComTech - Computer Programming. LAPP. ALAN L. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - His- tory - Phi Gamma Mug Phi Alpha Theta: SUB: Phi Kappa Psi. LATHAM. JUDY L. - Nutley. New Jersey - Education - Social Studies - Y.W.C.A. 1: Alpha Omicron Pi 1.2.3. LAWRENCE, DOUGLAS C. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Logistics. LAX, LEWIS B. - Chester. Pennsylvania - Business - Personnel - Sigma Alpha Mu. LEAHY. SALLY - Tiffin. Ohio - ComTech - Computer Programming. LEE. RICHARD D. - Olmsted Falls, Ohio - Engineering - Electrical - I.E.E.E. 1.2. 3.4: N.C.P. 3.4: University Players 1. LEONI. JOSEPH A. f Coraop- olis. Pennsylvania - En- gineering - Civil - Pre- Law Club 2: Alpha Sigma Phi 2.3.4. LESLIE. BERNARD R. - San- dusky, Ohio - Arts and Sci- ences - Math - Sigma Phi Epsilon 2.3.43 Track 1.2.3.4: Cross Country 1.2.3.4. LETKE. FRANK - Toledo, Ohio - Pharmacy - Kappa Psi 3.4.53 American Pharma- ceutical Association 3.4.53 OSPA 3.4.53 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1.2.3. LEVINE. MICHAEL R. - Rock- ville Center, New York - Business - Administration - Alpha Epsilon Pi: Foot- ball 2. LEVINTHAL. JAY I. - Philadel- phia, Pennsylvania - Busi- ness - Finance - Alpha Epsilon Pi 1.2.3.4. LEVITAN. JOEL L. - Linden. New Jersey - Pharmacy - Alpha Zeta Omega 4: Stu- dent Senate 5: Alpha Epsilon Pi4. LEWAND. LOUISE V. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Biology - Alpha Epsilon Delta 2.3.4: SUB 3: Y.W.C.A. 2.3: Alpha Omicron Pi 2.3.4. LEWANDOWSKI. STAN M. - To- ledo. Ohio - Education - English -TSEA1.2,3.4. LEWIS. CHARLENE B. - San- dusky. Ohio - Education - Speech and Theatre - TSEA 1.2.3: SUB 1.2: Rocket Chor- isters 1.2.3: Theatre 1.2: Alpha Omicron Pi 2.3.4. LEWIS. ROBERT A. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Account- ing - Beta Gamma Sigma 43 Beta Alpha Psi 4: Accounting Club 3.4. LIFTON. JANIS E. - New Ro- chelle. New York - Educa- tion - Elementary. LILLER. FRANK J. - Cleve- land, Ohio - Education - English - Track 1.2.3.4 - capt. LIVINGSTON. JAMES - Swarth- more, Pennsylvania - En- gineering - Mechanical - Pi Mu Epsilon 2.3.4: Alpha Phi Gamma 3.4: Blue Key 3, 4: Who's Who 3: BLOCK- HOUSE 2 - mang. ed.. 3 - editor in chief: Alpha Sigma Phi 2.3.4. LOEHRKE, LIBBY E. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 1.2.3.4: Y.W.C.A. 3: Publications Comm.3. LOWRY, JAMES T. - Toledo, Ohio - Education - Social Science - BLOCKHOUSE 1: Sigma Phi Epsilon 2.3.43 I.F.C.3.4. LUNGULOW. PETER - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Elec- trical - l.E,E.E.: ROTC: Scabbard and Blade. MACKIEWICZ. JAMES L. - To- ledo, Ohio - Pharmacy - Kappa Psi 3.4.51 APhA 1.2.3. 4.5: Marching Band 1.2. MAERTIN, GAIL M. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Person- nel - Beta Gamma Sigma 3.4. Industrial Management Club 1.2.3: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1.2.3 -vice pres..4. MALONEY. SUZANNE - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - English - Y.W.C.A. 1.2.3: Contact Comm. 3,41 Kappa Delta 1.2 - rush chrm.. 3 - vice pres., 4 - pres.: ROTC Honorary Captain 3. Honorary Colonel4. MANN. JANICE G. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Social Science. MARANOV, DAVID N. - New York. New York - Arts and Sciences Psychology. MARKWOOD. JAMES M. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Accounting - Phi Kappa Psi: Public Relations 2.3: Intramurals 1.2.3.4. MARTIN. LAWRENCE E. - To- ledo. Ohio - Education - Social Science - Sigma Phi Epsilon 1.2.3.4: Student Advisor 3.4. MAU. JANICE E. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Social Studies - Pi Gamma Mu 3.4: Y.W.C.A. 1.2.3.4: Contact Comm. 1.2: Spirits and Tra- ditions 3: Chi Omega 1.2.3.4 -vice pres. MAWER. WILLIAM - Deshler. Ohio - Education - Elemen- tary - Pi Kappa Phi. MCDERMOTT. DENNIS - To- ledo, Ohio - Business - Marketing - Marketing Club 4. McGEE, TERRIE E. - Toledo, Ohio - Education - Span- ish - COLLEGIAN 1: BLOCK- HOUSE 2. McGRAW, DAVID L. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Produc- tion and Personnel - Y.M.C.A. 3.4: Sigma Phi Ep- silon 2.3.4. McGREW. HOWARD P. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Speech and Theatre - Pub- lications Comm. 33 Leader- ship Comm. 4: Tau Kappa Epsilon 1.2.3.4. McHENRY. CATHAY M. - To- ledo. Ohio - Education - Math - Honors Program 1.2. 3,43 Pi Mu Epsilon 2.3.4: Kap- pa Delta Pi 3.4: Pi Lambda Theta 3.4: Phi Kappa Phi 3. 4: Who's Who 3: TSEA 2: SUB 2.3.4-treas. MEHEN, ANDREA - Toledo. Ohio - Education - TSEA 1.2.3.4: Y.W.C.A. 1: Campus Crusade for Christ 1. MELLEIN. JOHN P. - Huron. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Sociology - TSEA 3.4: New- man Club 3: Campus Cru- sade for Christ. MERTES, JUDITH A. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary. METCALF. JENNIFER A. - To- ledo, Ohio - Education - Elementary - Alpha Phi Gamma 2.3.4: Printer's Dev- ils 1: TSEA 1.2.3.4: Y.W.C.A. 1.2 - vice pres., 3: BLOCK- HOUSE 1 - seniors staft. 2 - seniors ed.. 3 - layout ed.: Alpha Omicron Pi 1.2.3, 4. METZGER. RAYMOND S. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - History - Pi Kappa Alpha 1.2.3.4. MIHALIK. ROLAND J. - Tole- do. Ohio - Pharmacy - Kappa Psi 2.3.4: APhA 1.2. 3.4. MILLS. SCOTT L. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences Q Psychology - Psi Chi 3.4: Y.M.C.A. 1.2: Sigma Phi Ep- silon 1.2.3.4. MIODUSZEWSKI. ROBERT J. M - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Biology. ITCHELL. LOIS J. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - Kappa Delta Pi 3.4: TSEA 1.2.41 Public Re- lations Comm. 3: Delta Del- ta Delta 2.3.4. MLINAC. LAWRENCE E. - Port Clinton. Ohio - Engineering - Chemical - Phi Eta Sig- ma 1: Pi Mu Epsilon 2.3.43 Phi Kappa Phi 3.4: Tau Beta Pi 3.4: A.l.Ch.E. 3.4 - pres. MORNINGSTAR. SUE A. - Pi- oneer. Ohio - Arts and Sci- ences - History. MOSER. DANIEL D. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Social Studies - Tau Kappa Epsi- lon 2.3.4. MYERS. RONALD C. - Cuya- hoga Falls. Ohio - Phar- macy - Rho Chi 5: APhA - OSPA. NAGEL. JOANNE - Toledo. Ohio - ComTech - Medical Technology - Sigma Iota Chi 1.2.3. NAVARRE. WILLIAM E. - Ore- gon. Ohio - Education - Speech - Sigma Phi Epsilon 2.3.4: Rocky the Rocket 4. NEEB. KATHLEEN S. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Busi- ness - SBG 3: Y.W.C.A.: Chi Omega 2.3.4 - pres. NORWOOD, HENRY J. - Tole- O. do. Ohio - Education - So- cial Science - Pershing Rifles 1.2: Scabbard and Blade 3.4: ScroIIer's Club 2: Kappa Alpha Psi 3 - treas.. 4-vice pres. BRIEN. JOHN A. - Maumee. Ohio - Business - Indus- trial Management. OFFENBURG. KATHY L. - To- O. ledo. Ohio - Education - Math - Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Sigma Delta Pi 2.3.4: Alpha Omicron Pi 1.2.3. NEIL, JEAN A. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - English - Kappa Delta Pi 3.43 Phi Alpha Theta 3.4: Alpha Phi Gamma 2.3.4 - sec.: TSEA 1.2.3.4: SBG 4: Rocket Chor- isters 1.2: COLLEGIAN 1,2 - copy ed., 3 - associate ed.: Zeta Tau Alpha 1.2.3.4. OLIVO. THOMAS J. - Brooklyn. New York - Engineering - Industrial - Who's Who 3: Student Senate 3.4: Theta Chi 2.3.4. OVERBERG. JOHN D. - Tole- do, Ohio -- Education - So- cial Studies - Young Re- publicans 2: Newman Club 3: Tau Kappa Epsilon 2.3.4. OVERMEYER. MARY ALICE - Toledo, Ohio - Education - Elementary - Spirits and Traditions 2: Alpha Omicron Pi 1.2. PAFFRATH. CHARLES F. - To- ledo. Ohio - Business - Marketing - Sigma Phi Ep- silon. PAK, ZOHREN - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Industrial - I.S.A. 1.2.3.4: A.l.I.E. 3.4. PALMER, NANCY R. - Toledo, Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 4. PARRILLO, LINDA L. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA: Pi Beta Phi 1.2.3.4. PASCH. JAMES G. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Science - Tau Kappa Epsilon 3.4. PAULSON. THOR K. - Bergen. Norway - Business - Fi- nance-FinanceClub. PAONE. BETH T. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - SUB 3: Y.W.C.A. 2.3.41 Chi Omega 2.3.4 - treas. PAWLECKI. PATRICK J. - To- ledo, Ohio - Business - Accounting - Accounting Club 3.4: Phi Kappa Psi 1.2, 3.4: Baseball 1.2. PEACH, JERRY A. - Oregon. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - lnterdepartmental - Pi Gamma Mu 3.4: SUB 3.4. PEDEE, WILLIAM J. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Statis- tics - Alpha Kappa Psi 2.3. 4 PEGORSCH. ROGER E. - To- ledo. Ohio - Business - Finance - Marketing Club 3: Finance Club 4. PERRIS. TERRY - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Economics - Phi Eta Sigma 1 - pres.: Phi Kappa Phi 3. 4: Blue Key 2.3.43 Who's Who 4: Student Senate 1.2: Stu- dent Body President 4: SJC Justice 3: Phi Kappa Psi 1.2, 3-treas.,4. PERVIN. GAIL J. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - English. PETERS. PATRICK V. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - interdepartmental - COLLEGIAN 1.2.3.4: Sigma Phi Epsilon 2.3.4. PETERSEN, JACK E. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences -Sociology. PETRUSIAK. WILLIAM - Am- herstburg. Ontario, Canada - Arts and Sciences - Jour- nalism - International Stu- dents Association 1.2: Press Club 3.4: History Club 3. PFEIFER, RONALD G. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - So- cial Studies - TSEA 2,43 Tau Kappa Epsilon 2.3.4. PHIPPS. EVELYN M. - Pitts- burgh. Pennsylvania - Edu- cation - Elementary - TSEA 1.23 Dorm Resident Advisor 3.4. PINNEY, KAREN A. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Office Administration. PIRIE. DALE A. - Toledo, Ohio - Engineering - Mechani- cal -- A.S.M.E. 2.3.4. POLITE, CRAIG K. - St. AI- bans, New York - Arts and Sciences - Psychology - Omega Psi Phi: Track 1.2. POMMERANZ, MELVIN - To- ledo. Ohio - Arts and Sci- ences - Political Science - Tau Kappa Epsilon 2.3.4. POMMERANZ. MILTON R. - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Civil - ASCE 3.4 -. pres.: ROTC: Tau Kappa Epsilon 2.3.4. PONCE, EFREN J. - Caracas. Venezuela - Engineering - Industrial. POTRZEBOWSKI. MARK A. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Personnel - APP Club 2: Alpha Kappa Psi 1.2.3.4 - vice pres. PRESSLER, IJARRY M. - Mont- pelier. Ohio - Business - Statistics - Football 1.2.3. 4: Varsity Club 2.3.4. PREVOST. JUNE W. - Mentor. Ohio - Education - Busi- ness - TSEA 1.2.41 COLLE- GIAN 4 - bus. sec.: Little Sisters of Minerva 3.4. PROKOP, KAREN M. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - English - Zeta Tau Alpha 1.2.3.4. PRYCE, SAM V. - LaGrange, Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - Tau Kappa Epsi- lon 2.3.4. PUSE, JAMES W. - Millbury. Ohio-Engineering-Chem- ical- A.I.C.E. 2.3.4. QUIENT, JOEL D. - Rockville Center. New York - Busi- ness - Accounting - Ac- counting Club 4: Alpha Ep- silon Pi 2.3.4. RAMSDELL. JANET A. - Tole- do, Ohio - Education - Math - Kappa Delta Pi 3.4: COLLEGIAN 1. RAMSEY, ALLEN J. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Market- ing. RANDALL, STEPHEN F. - For- est Hills, New York - Busi- ness - Marketing -Sigma Alpha Mu 1.2.3.4. RANDOLPH. GERALD L. - Wa- terville. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Art. RAU. ROBERT - Toledo, Ohio - Education - History - COLLEGIAN: Theta Chi. RAY. CAROL S, - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Kinder- garten Primary -TSEA 1.4. REICHLlN. HELENE M. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Business - Alpha Phi Gam- ma 3.4: SBG 3.4: SUB 2.3: TSEA 2.3.41 Hillel 2: BLOCK- HOUSE - seniors co-editor 4 - managing ed.: Alpha Omicron Pi 1.2.3 - rec. sec.. 4 - 2nd vice pres. REINHART, CAROL A. - To- ledo, Ohio - Arts and Sci- ences - Sociology - Soci- ology and Anthropology Club 4: Sociology Honorary 4.' RESNICK. GERALD R. - Jer- icho. New York - Business - Accounting - Account- ing Club 4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 2.3.4. RHODEN. KATHY - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - Alpha Chi Omega 1.2.3.4 - vice pres. RHODES. MARCIA L. - Tole- do. Ohio - ComTech - Medical Office Assistant - Sigma Iota Chi 1.2.3. RHODES. MICHAEL J. - Tole- do, Ohio - Education - So- cial Science - Newman Club RIDEOUT. LOUISE A. - Mt. Prospect. Illinois - Arts and Sciences - Math - Pi Mu Epsilon 3.4: Y.W.C.A. 1: Spirits and Traditions 3.4: Math Club 3.4: Delta Delta Delta 2.3.4. RIFKIN. HOWARD R. - Tren- ton. New Jersey - Arts and Sciences - Psychology - Sigma Alpha Mu 2.3 - vice pres.,4-pres. RINZLER, CATHY D. - Largo, Florida - Education - Ele- mentary - NEA 4: Hillel 1. ROBARGE, MICHAEL K. - To- ledo. Ohio - Education - Speech and Theatre - Y.M.C.A. 3.4: Senior Men's Rep. 4: Public Relations Comm. 4: Freshman Advisor 3.4: Sigma Phi Epsilon 1.2.3. 4: l.F.C. Rush Chrm. ROBERTS. NANCY C. - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA1.2,3.4. ROBERTSON. NANCY A. - To- ledo, Ohio - Education - English - TSEA 2: SUB 2,32 Contact Comm. 3: Alpha Omicron Pi 2.3.4. ROBINI. ANNA L. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Math - Pi Mu Epsilon 3.4. ROBINSON. CHARLES D. - Toledo, Ohio - Engineering - Civil - ASCE. ROCHE, CAROL - Kenmore. New York - Education - Speech and Theatre. ROCKWELL. PATRICK J. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Social Sciences - Y.M.C.A. 3.4: Homecoming Displays Chrm. 4: Alpha Sigma Phi 2.3.43 I.F.C. 3 - public relations, 4 - pres. ROETTGER. DON W. - Toledo, Ohio - ComTech - Selling -Theta Chi 1.2.3. ROGALSKI. DOROTHY M. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary. ROGOLSKY. JANET C. - To- ledo, Ohio - Education -- Social Studies - Pi Gamma Mu 3.4: Alpha Phi Gamma 3.4: Kappa Delta Pi 3.4: BLOCKHOUSE 2 - senior section. 3 - fine arts ed.. 4 - managing ed.: Sigma Delta Tau 2 - rec. sec.. 3-vice pres..4. ROLLINS. DARLENE M. - To- ledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary - TSEA 1,3,4: Newman Club 1.4: Miss-el- ettes 1. ROOT. DEBORAH K. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary. ROSE. CHARLIEMAE - Toledo. Ohio- - Education - Ele- mentary. ROSEN. JAN - New York. New York - Education - Art - Alpha Epsilon Pi. ROSEN. LYNETTE C. - Roch- ester. New York - Arts and Sciences - Sociology - Sigma Delta Tau 1 - his- torian. 2 - treas.. 3: Social Work Club 3. ROSENBAUM. WARREN B. - Rochester. New York - Busi- ness - Marketing - Market- ing Club 3,4 ROSSLER. TIM L. - Toledo. Ohio - Business - Adminis- tration - Beta Gamma Sig- ma 3: Alpha Kappa Psi 1.2.3.4 ROVITO. STEVEN L. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Social Studies - TSEA 2: Newman 2.3. RUDOLPH, EARL C. - Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Me- chanical - A.S.M.E. 4: Phi Kappa Psi 2.3.4. RUPERT, WILLIAM M. - Tode- do. Ohio - Engineering - Chemical- A.I.Ch.E. RYAN, MARILYN S. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 3.4: New- man Club 3. SANDER. FREDERICK T. - Walbridge, Ohio - Engineer- ing - Civil -A.S.C.E. 2.3.4 - pres. SANDERS, ALICE C. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - English. SANDS, RAY V. - Toledo. Ohio - Pharmacy - Kappa Psi 2.3.4.5: APhA: OSPA. SAPP. RICHARD W. - Oregon. Ohio - Business - Finance - Internal Affairs Comm. 4: Freshman Leadership Comm. 4: Phi Kappa Psi 1.2.3.4. SAUBER. MARY D. - Napo- leon. Ohio - ComTech - Medical Office Assistant. SCHAFER, GREGORY - To- ledo, Ohio - Pharmacy - APhA 3.4.53 OSPA 3.4.53 Pi Kappa Alpha 1.2. SCHAFFER. JANIS L. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary. SCHAPIRO. MARILYN B. - Merrick, New York - ComTech - Retailing - Tau Rho Alpha 1.2. SCHEINER. JOYCE S. - West Hempstead. New York - Education - Elementary - Orchestra 1.2: Sigma Delta Tau 1.2.3.4- pres. SCHNEIDER. DONALD N. - Fremont, Ohio - Pharmacy - Rho Chi 3.4: APhA. SCHOTTER. JEANNETTE E. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary. SCHULTE. LINDA J. - East Meadow. New York - Educa- tion - English - TSEA 1: Dorm Resident Advisor 3.4. SCHWARTZ. ELSA L. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 1.2.3,4: Hillel 1.2.3.4. SEGER. MARY J. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 1.2.3: SUB 2.3: Y.W.C.A. 2.3.4 - vice pres.: Newman Club 1.2: Kappa Delta 2.3.4. SHAFFER. DIANE G. - Oregon. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary. SHAFFER. MARK H. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Psychology - Tau Alpha Phi: SUB: Fiasco. SHALL, MARCI E. - Toledo. Ohio - ComTech - Medi- cal Office Assistant - BLOCKHOUSE4. SHANER. SUSAN E. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Speech and Theatre - Theatre 2.3. SHAPERA. LOIS M. - Deer Park. New York - Education - Elementary - TSEA 1: Hillel1.2. SHENOFSKY. BARRY E. - Toledo. Ohio - Arts and Sciences - Chemistry - Alpha Epsilon Delta 3: SUB 3: Alpha Epsilon Pi 1.2.3.4. SHEPERD. SUE M. - Toledo. Ohio - ComTech - Medical Office Assistant -Sigma Iota Chi1.2. SHORE, KAREN I. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 1.2.3 - vice pres., 4 - pres.: Hillel 1.2.3-treas. SHRINER. MARTIN F. - Tole- do, Ohio - Business - Fi- nance - Sigma Phi Epsilon 3.4. SHUBITZ. DIANE P. - Yonkers, New York - Education - Elementary - TSEA 1: Hil- lel 1.2: Social Work Club 3. 4. SIEFKE. PATRICIA A, - Tole- do. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - Kappa Delta Pi 3.4: SUB 1: COLLEGIAN 1.2: Rock-Ets1.2.3. SIEGAL, MARLENE R, - Pitts- burgh. Pennsylvania - Edu- cation - Art -TSEA 1.3.41 Hillel 1.2.3: Sigma Delta Tau 1. SIGWORTH. CRAIG L. - De- troit. Michigan - Business -Accounting. SIGWORTH. DENISE R. - To- ledo. Ohio - Education - Natural Science. SIMKO. SUELLEN - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 4. SINGER. JANICE G. - Milwau- kee. Wisconsin - Arts and Sciences - Sociology - So- cial Work Society 3.4: Span- ish Club 3. SISKIND, JOAN - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Kindergarten Primary - Sigma Delta Tau 2.3.4. SKOWRON. MARGARET M. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Spanish - Sigma Delta Pi: TSEA, SMITH. BARBARA L. - Oregon. Ohio - ComTech - Medical Office Assistant. SMITH. BRENDA - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary - TSEA 2.3.4. 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Michigan - Business - A.P.P. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Football 1.2.3.41 VarsityT4. TADDONIO. ANN M. - Toledo. Ohio -- Education - Art - Kappa Delta Pi 3.4: TSEA 2.3: SBG 4: SUB 4: Y.W.C.A. 3: Kappa Delta 3.4. TASKEY. LU J. - Amherst- burg. Ontario - Arts and Sciences - Chemistry - Honors Program 1,2.3.4: BLOCKHOUSE 1.2.3: Foot- ball: Basketball. TAYLOR. DONALD T. - Tole- do. Ohio - Arts and Sci- ences - Interdepartmental - Blue Key 3.4: Who's Who 33 Alpha Phi Gamma 2.3.4 - pres, SBG 4: Press Club 3 4 treas.. 4: COLLEGIAN 1 - sports ed.. 2 - managing ed.. 3 - editor in chief. 4 - reporter. TENBROOK, ROBERT J. - To- ledo, Ohio - Business - Personnel - Alpha Kappa Psi 3.4 - pres. THORBURN. ROBERT M. - Toledo, Ohio - Business - Statistics - Karate Club 3: Pi Kappa Phi 2 - pres., 3 - treas.. 4 - historian: I.F.C.2.3. THORNBURGH. SUSAN L. - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary - TSEA 1.2.3L Publications Comm. 2.3.43 Delta Delta Delta 1.2.3.4 - pres. THORNTON. JOYCE ALICE - Toledo. Ohio - Education - Social Sciences - Kappa Delta Pi 3.4: Pi Gamma Mu 3.4: Zeta Tau Alpha 1.2.3.4 - pres.: Panhellenic Coun- ciI2-sec..3-pres. TOBIN. JEFFREY M. - Brook- lyn. New York - Arts and Sciences - History - Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha Epsilon Pi2.3. TROBRIDGE. GREG J. - Day- ton, Ohio - Engineering - Mechanical - A.S.M.E. 3.4, TURNER. JERRY - Middlesboro. Kentucky - Business - Personnel - Accounting Club 4: Alpha Kappa Psi 4. TURZAN. DARLENE - Baden. Pennsylvania - Business -Office Administration. TUSCH. CHRISTINE C. - To- ledo. Ohio - Education - Elementary - BLOCK- HOUSE 1.2: Alpha Omicron Pi 1.2.3. UNGER. LESLIE - Long Beach. New York - Arts and Sci- ences - Medical Technology - Hillel 1.2 - sec.. 3 - vice pres. URFER. ROBERT O. - Bryan. Ohio - Pharmacy - Kappa Psi 2.3,4.5: Student Senate 3: APhA - OSPA 1.2.3.4.5: Sigma Phi Epsilon 2.3.4.5. VADAS. KAREN A. - Toledo. Ohio - ComTech - Medical Office Assistant - Y.W.C.A. 1: COLLEGIAN 1: Sigma Iota Chi 1.2, VOGEL. 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Ohio - Education - Social Science - Physical Educa- tion Honorary: Alpha Phi Gamma 3,4: SBG 3,4: TSEA 1,23 Rock-Ets 2,3,4: Alpha Omicron Pi 1,2,3,4 - pres.: Pershing Rifle Sponsor 2: ROTC Sponsor 3. Queen 4: BLOCKHOUSE copy ed. 3,43 Homecoming Queen Candi- date4. ZANER, STARLET J. - Deer Park, New York - Education - Elementary - Judiciary Board1. ZECH, KATHY R. - Toledo, Ohio - Education - Ele- mentary-TSEA4. ZIMKOWSKI, ANTHONY M, - Toledo, Ohio - Education - Social Science - Alpha Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4. ZISS, JAMES C. - Bowling Green, Ohio - Engineering - Mechanical- ASME. E. '. YL i X 'Q DEDICATION ' W. 4 ff K X 'Q Af' I 4 5 gx S G 1:55 . ' x- Ax. Q .f Q 5 '3 5 . . - :.,: , Y .- .gs-f Mi X, , - sw.: X vaxi gfr - . .-: - . 15 311: ,. . .w-21.A:u..- ' 5 .ll 'ff ' W - if 'RE . .v, uf 1' XV r 1 1 M1451 -ff' .. x 'HW Blockhouse Index Abdo. C. . 306 Achen, D. 296 Adelphia, L, . . 290 Adkins, E. 306,212 Aerni, L. 279 Al-Baiian, B. 306 Al-Aseer, W. . 214 Al-Hayanl, S. . , 214 Albright, S. 127,306 Albright, S. . 127,270 Alexander, J. .. . . 292 Alexander, J. 294 Alexander, L. . 222 Allen, B. 127,279 Allen, D. 292 Allen, J. . 306 Alt, C. 194 Altlman. C, 195 Altimore, B. 97 Alvarez, A, ,. , 214 Ames, K. . . 286 Anderson, D. 247,165,166 Anderson, D, 286,209 Anderson, G. 93 Anderson, J. 190 Anderson, S. . 306,196 Andray. K. 279 Andrews, B. , 298 Andrzelaak, H. , 213 Ankney, L. . .... 306,199 Anthony, D. , . 296,223,174,209,206 Aponte, L. 306 Arndt, C. 306 Arnold, G. 195 Arnholt, J. 274,164 Armstrong, L, .. 83 Aschlman, L. , 79 Ashman, E. 280,194,195 Aubry, W. . . . . 298 August, J. 286 Badertscher, B, , , 217 Bagdonas, M. . 306,274,174,220,209 Bahnsen, J. , ., 245 Bailey, G. 288 Baitolett, T. . 288 Baker, B. . . 171 Baker, B. 292 Baker, L, .. 306,281 Baker. N, . 198 Baldwin, J. 286 Ballard, R. 215 Baltes, T. 79 Bankey, L. . 206 Barber, K. ,. 270 Barnes, R. 206 Barnett, T. , . 232 Barrow, S. 274 Barefoot, S. 282,168,176 Barshall, P. ... . . ,. 306 Bartell, F. . . , 306,231 Bartelheim, J. ... . 213 Barton, Ben .. . . 105 Barth, L. . . 185,296 Bauer. R. , 205,292 Baxter. D. . 197,199,208,306 Beach, J, ... , ,. 274,307 Beadle, L. ... ,,., ., 286 Beat, R, . . . 296 Beatty, C. 194 Beckham, B. , .. .212 Behrman, M. 307 Beier, S. .. 97,79 Bekoff, B. . . . 307 Belcik, M. ... .... ..,. . . 101 Benach, D. . .... 164,190,191 Benore, G. .. . . 230 Bennett, G. ... ,. 162 Bensch, A, .. .. 282 Bergmann, B. . .... 195 Bergsman, J. . . ..,. .. ... , 281 Bernstein, J. .. . .. ...... 300,184,185 Bertke, B. .. 174,198,199,239,276,307 Berzln, A. . . ,.,.. .. 218 Binkert, C. . . ... 71,171 Bishop, J. . , 219 Bissell, B. .. .. 230 Bissell, B. , 253 Bitter, D. , .. . 307 Black, A. . 206 Black. J. . . ,. ... 298 Black, J. , . .. , . .. 288,307 Black, V. . 164,165,167,169,173,191,268 Blanchong, J. . . . ...,.. . 290 Blase, L. . , .... 307 Blausey, J. 194,240,276 Blevins, M. . ...., . 233 Block, M. , ,.., 280, 195 Blostein, M. . 307 Bode, P. . . . . 281 Bodtmon, L. , , 195 Boehk, D. . . 108 Boellner, M. . 307 Boes, D. , 296 Boesell, L. . , 300 Bogevitz, G, ., . 219 Bolton, S. , 279 Bondy, L, .. . . . 272 Booth, C, ... 307 Borgess, C, ... 276 Botchford, A. ,, ..... ... ... 307 Both,J. .,83 Bottles, S. , . . . . 168,169,172,272,307 Bowland, B, ....,...., . 216 Boxenbaum, D. .. 268 Boyd, J. 307 Boyers, J. .... ... 194 Boger, D. ... ..... 218,219 Bradner, B. . ..... 268 Bradner, B. . . 268 Braithwaite, A. ..,. 307 Braun, B. , ..,... . , 286 Bray, W. . 222,288,307 Bray, E. . .... ..... . ., 196 Brenneman, B, 307,268,224 Brenner, R. ,. ...... ..,. 2 31 Bridgeman, J. .. .... 307 Bridges, M. , ,. ... 231 Brinkel, D. . 307 Brinks, S. .. ... 195 Brisker, J. ... .... 79 Brock, L. . ., .,.19O Brown, B, . .. . 176,272 Brown, I. .. ,..,, 307 Brown, J. .... ...307 Brown, J. .... ... 307 Brown,J. .... 215 Brown, L ,.,. .. , 274 Brown, R .... ... 206 Brown, T, ... Bruning, J. ..,, . Bryan, R. ..... . Buckenmeyer, A. ... , Buckholtz, S. .. Buczek, M. .... Buehrer, R. ... Burgbacker, C. Burke, C. .... . Burkhart, K. ... Buresch, S. ... Burns, G. .... Burns, J, . . Burns. J. ..,. Butler, J. .... . Butler, R. ... Butterworth,J. . Cadaret, K. . .. Caldonia, G. ... Calendlne, D, .. Camp, D. .... . Campbell, L. ... Cannaley, J. .. Cappelli, J. ,... Carlson, S. .. Carpenter, K. . Carson, B, , Carson, M. .... Carter, D. ... Carter, S. ... Cary, L. ... Carver, D. . Case, R. ,. Casey, C. . Casey, K. . Casey, P. ... Cathcart, B. .. Cattell, S. Caverly, B. .. Cervati, J. Chaney, M. . ,, Chapman, C, .. Chapman, D. ... Cherry, R. .... Chipman, R. ... Chitwood, D. .. Christ, J. .. ... Christlieb, C. ., Cipolla, C, .. Clabaugh, B. ,, Clark, B. ..,,. . Clark, R. ,... Clark, W. ..,, . Clemens, K. . Clemens, K. .. Clement, R .... Clere, L. .. . Clinton, S. ..,. Coftelt, L ..., Cohen, A. ... Cohen, J. ..,. Cohen, M. ... Cohn, B, .... Collins. J. ... Colon, G. .... Colony, J. ,.. Coletta, D. .... Collins, M. .... Colon, G. .,., 108,292,220,307 . ............. 226 ..,..307 ....,..216 . . , . 198,307 . . . . 286,307 .......307 79 ...197 ...274 204 .......23O .....172,190 ..... 174,276 276 ....207,307 ..,,.2l6,307 .......290 ...286 .292 .....226 ..76 307,212 .,...300,307 ,....272,307 247 ...270 .....272 . .... 106 ....276,307 226 .,.105 ,....286,307 .. 177 .,.,.276 .....288 ...97 127,274 ,,....,.79 ....30O .......,.232 .........,279 . . . . 199,272,308 .........230 .....206 .......276 ....281,308 .,.,...168 ....198,270 ........274 ,....279,308 .,,..324 ...324 .,.272 .....308 ......,288 ..... 223,206 .... 279.224 ......,106 .....308,208 ............284 216,217,308 196 79 .....198 .....,.279 198,308 276 ..,214 Comer. N. . 71,270,308 Connor, C. ... .. . . 231 Connolly, C. , . , . . 276,308 Connolly, M. . 220.221,276,224 Conroy, C. .. . . . 174,286 Cook, D. . . . 296 Cooksman, C. 199 Cotner, C. .. 288 Courett,C. .. . 288 Couturier, R. 298 Cornelius. J. . . 288,308 Corrighan, G. . 296 Costello, E. 300 Cowan, K. . 195 Cox, W. ., . 223 Coyle, B. . 195 Creque, M. 232 Crockett. 0. 79 Croyne, C. . . . 290 Cribbs, A. .. 308 Criqui, V. . 220,274,308 Crother, T. . 101,106 Crots, K. . 79 Culenica, M. . 176 Cunningham, C. 195,240 Currens, K, . 279 Curto, K. . 224,279 Cutlip, D, . .. . 176 Cutter, S. . 300,308 Cylenica, M. . 308 Czpiec, H. 204 Czubek, T. . . 308,212 Crum, P. 212 Daney, B. . 106 Daniels, D. , 79 Dankowski. P. . 212 Danks, B. . 286 Darah, B. , 286 Dauer, K. , 232 David, M. .... 308 David, N. . 176 Davis, B. . . . 272 Davis, E. . 189 Davis, E. . 79 Davis, J. 71 Dean, K. . , . 106,324 DeArn'ient, R. . 166,224 Deason, J. . , 272 Deca, J. . . . 233 Decker, R. . 168,286 Defazio, C. , 296 DeKany, G. .. .. 127 DeLombard, R. . .. 230 DeMatteo, B. 199 Dembrowski. M. . .., . 106 Demski, J. .. . . 279,308 Dennis. B, . 308 Dennis. J ..., ., ., ... 79 Dennis, M. ... .... 292,274 DeSouza, M. . . . . 214 Dethloff, J. ..... . . . 282,308 DeVeaux, A. .... ., . 194 Deyerberg, L. . . . . . 270 Diacou, T. .... . . 324 Diehl, D. ...,,.. ... 308 Dilcher, M. .. .... , ., 198 Dittenhoefer, A. .... . . 106 Dittrich, R. ...... ...... 3 O8 Domini, D ..... .... 2 25,296 Domini, L. .... ..... 2 08 Dominique, P ..... ..,... 9 7 Donnell, K. .... ..... 9 4 Donofrio, L. .... .. . 282 Donsky, K. 195 Dorfman, S. 194,195 Dorier, C. 308 Dorrier, C. 274 Douthett, B. 308 Drake, R, . 172,173.219.308 Drescher, D. 308 Drescher, N. 268 Drew, J. 225 Dribben, R. 308 Ducev, M. 108 Dugan, T. . 213 Dugan, D. 308 Dunaway, J. 219 Duncan, T. 79 Dundon, S. 198,219,308 Dunifon, T. 225,290 Dunkle, D, 174.268 Dunn, G. 79 Dunwold, H. 79 Durik, M. . 298 Duzynski, C. . 127,168,172,175,209,221 Dymarkowski, N. . . . 268 Dwyer, M. 268 Dymek, M. 274 Early, N. 272 Eason, M, 218 East. P. 298 Eaton. 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C. 194,269,219 Simbrat, D. 231 Simko, J. 275 Simko, S. 320 Simon, P. 269 Simon, T. 168,174 Singer, F. 225 Singer, J. 199,320 Siskind, J. 280,320 Skalski, M. 176 Skelding, 205 Skelding, T. 185 Skelley, C. 291 Skowron, M. 320 Slanenka, J. 230 Sliuka, S. 196 Smith, B. 320 Smith, B. 320 Smith, C. 320,223 Smith, D. 206,223 Smith, H. 195 Smith, H. 295.320 Smith, J. 106 Smith, J. 283,197 Smith, J. 106,176.214 Smith, M. 287 Smith, M. 325 Smitt, P. 320 Smith, R. 226 Smith, S. 190,278 Snyder, C. 320 Snyder, R. 206 Sobczak, D. 216 Sodana, S. 232 Soefer, D. 191 Sorter, D. 295 Solon, K. 232,198 Sommerfield, G. 222 Sommers, J. 277 Soncrant, B. 301 Sontangelo, R. 110 Sottec, J. 223 Souter, T. 79 Southard, P. 283 Sowers, 290 Spangler, D. 195 Spansky, G. 226 Spence, P. 293 Spencer, M. 198 Spils, J. 197 Spiros, M. 293 Spohn, E. 320 Sponsler, J. 320 Springer, S. . 325 Stacy, L. 320 Stahl, T. 281,321 Stark, S. 281.321 Staskiewicz, A. 233,167,224 Straskiewicz, C. 217,283,224,216 Stauber,J. , 321 Stearns. . . . 320 Stebbins, J. 208 Stechschultz, 271,167,173 Steele, A. 206,295,321 Stehsulte, 220 Stender, R. 222 Stenger, P. . 321 Stephan, B. 181.183 Stephen, B. . 205 Stern. S. 295,321 Stevens, K, 230 Stevenson, B. 206 Stewart, G. . 277 Stiff, P. 321,208 Stiles, D, 321 Stiving, S. 321 Stoessel, M. 197 Stone, B. 239,199 Strakan. B. 293 Stockley, K. 176 Storm, P. . 79 Stower, K. 199 Straub, B. 230 Sturtz, B. . . 287 Suder, S. . 275,322 Suhrbier, J. 299 Sullivan, J. . 230 Sukke, B. . , . 195 Sun, . . 230 Sun, P. 289,166,202,322 Sunko, 289 Sutton, J. 278 Swartz. K. 108 Swartzlander, L. . 299 Swemba, J. 287 Swemba. 287 Sweney. R, . 226 Swindle, B. 220,136,269 Swint, K. . 293,322 Snyder, D, . 173,168,278 Snyder, R. . . . 206 Syuert, R, . . . 226 Szper, l. 165,166,162,174,163 Szuch, J. . 289 Taddonio, A. . 322,171 Tadonia, A. 275 Tansey, K. . 283 Taoka, G. 212,206 Tarsha, G. 217 Taskey, L. . 322 Tattersole, C. 271 Taylor, D. . 322 Taylor, T, . 185,204,205 Tuper, K. 277,171 Tuper, S. .. 299 Teitlebaum, D, . 208 Tenbrook, R. . . 322,212 Termechi, B. 206 Terns, P. 197 Terril, M. .. 277 Tetzel, D, . 79 Thomas, R. .,.. 277 Thompson, A. 297,225 Thompson, G. 218,219 Thompson, L. 162 Thompson. R. 290 Thornburn, R. 291,322 Thornburgh, S. 273.322 Thornton, J. 283 Tice, P. 269 Tietie, R. 230 Tobias, D. 79 Tobin, J. Toffer, C. . Torok, K. . . Toth, A. . Towe, R. , Trivedi, R. . , Trowbridge, G. Trabitz, P. .. , Traynum, N. . Terbec, D. . Trease, R. , Trepinski, C. Trividi, R. Tschann, C. Tubbs, S. Tucker, M. Turby, R, Turner, J. Turzan, D. . Tusch, C. Tyler. J. Unfried, R. . Unger, L. Urfer, R. Vadas, K. Vail, R. Valentine, J: . Valentine, W. Valerio, D. . Van Alst, D. Vaneli, D. Verrabee. C, Vetter, K. . Varner, S. Villhauer, C, Vince, O. Vogel, K. Vogebach, M, Vogelpohl, K. Vogtsberger, N. , Volatta, L. Volk, R. Vonderembse, E. Vonderembse, M. Wachsman, H, Wachsman, T. Wachter, B. Wachter, M. . Waggoner, D. Wagner, E. Wagner, S. Waldman, L. Walker, D. Walker, R. . Walsh, D. ., Walter, L. Walter, R. . Walton, A. Waltz. D. Wannemacher, L. Warnemont, K. Watrol, R. Watson, L. .. Wcisleic, P. . Wciskek, M, ,. Weaner, L. Webb, A. ., Webb, C. . Webb, D. Weber, A. Weber, C. Weeks, T. . Weida, G. . . Weidman, R. Weidner, G. Weik, F. . Weinstein, R. Weisberg, J. . Weiss, M. Welles. R. Welter, G. . . . 322,295 .. 269,224 . . 287 .. 106 290 ,. 222 322 .. 199 .. 215 . 231 . . 217 .. 287,174 . 214 196 . 277 . 79 . 127 . . 322 322,195 . 322 . 79 . 293 . 322,198 297,322,218,219 . 281,322,226 . 287 195 219 299 278 289 . 269 177 195 271 . 281 295,322 208 322,273 194 . .. 283,244 290,322,209 ,. 278,196 301,169 295,322 ,, . . 199 .. 269,322 , .. 269 . 101,301 . 301,322 ,. . 208 ... . 323 , . .. 278,224 271,166,198,196 . . . 230 . .. . . . 105 290,323 . .. 291 ... 293,323 . 273,323 . . 194 . . 230 . 197 .. 233 .. . 231 . . . . .. 323 . 271,167 . 271,220,226 293 . 190 . . 291 295,323,169,225 .210,110 .. 198 293 287 .. 195 .. . 278,168 . ... 194,195 287,323,175 . . 323 Wertz, N. ...... .. 218 Wheeler, R. .. .... 291,225 Whitacre, H... ... 323,297 Whitaker, D, ... ... ... 293 White, C. .... 232,198 White, M. . . 269,168 Whitefield, R. .. ,..... 232 Whitehurst, D. ... 198,214 Whittman, D. ,. ...... 299 Wieland, D. 301,106 Wiggins, 8. . 297,323 Wiktor, J. . . .. .... 323 Wiley, A. . .. .. 269,224 Wilhelm, R. , ...... 290 Wilkins, C. . ....... 323 Wilkins, G. . . . 101,224 Wilkins, J. .. 323 Wilkinson, J. .. .. 323 Wilkinson, G. ,..... 214 Willer, J. . . 269.173 Williams, J, . ,. .. 278 Williams, L. .. , 213 Williams, N. .. .. 273 Williams, T. . ..... . 233 Willis, D.. .. . . 301,323 Wilmes, C. .. ..... 275 Wilson, G. .. .. 287 Wilson, J, .... . . 283 Wilson, J. 290 Wilson, K. , , 79 Wilson, S. .... 293 Winston, J. . .,.. 197 Wirth, J. . 231 Wisniewski, B. . . 289,323 Withrow, L. 275,220 Witkowski, D. .. 79 Wittenberg, C, .. .... 323 Wittman, D. ..., ..... 3 23 Wittman, J. . 226,233,231 Wobser, R. . .. . 223,323 Woeller, A. ,. ... . . 222,207,206 Wohlever, L. . . . . 166,196 Wojciechowski, J. . . 212,216 Wolff, J. ..., ... 283 Wolf'f,J. . 295 Wolinski, C. .... 166 Wollenweber, C. . . . .. 283 Wostowicz, C. .... 198 Wozniak, J. . . . 79 Woods, K. .,.. 224 Wroblewski, D. .. 299 Yaney, S. ,.... 324 Yarder, C. .. ..,. 281 Yawitz, E. . . 295,324 Yearm, J. . ..... 287 Yecies, J. ... ... 295,324 Yin,C. Yingling, L. .... .. .... 281 Yoe, S. . .. 278,127,324,19O,191 Young, M. .... ,. ........... 173 Zagorc, N. Zak, J. . ,, . . 299 Zalin, F. .. ..... 195 Zaner, S. .. ... 324,199 Zaner, L. .... .... 2 06 Zech, K. Zervas, C. .. 289 Zieling, J. . .. 289 Zink, B. ......... ....... 2 73 Zimkowski, T. .. . 287,324 Zimowski, J. 79 Ziss, J. ...... . Zraik, L, ..... . Zuercher, K. .. Zugay, B. .. Zugay, R. ..... . Zumbrum, C, .. Zych, P. .... . Zylka, S. .. 324 ..... 169,173.71 273,19O,165,188, 172,170,204 . ......... 297 ... 297 ... 271 ... 127 ... 222 . f 5, 5? , 'LFN A - -4 . jx 5 X, . , ' A P: . 'T .. 1 -. 15' ax xg .L ,xx xf, wx ig 03 .. w is 'ISN I C it ,. 1, gif K 286, X RN ,S w , 4 Nj ,V ffl V Q W, ,. . Q A' V, zswwyg., 'Q 5 :wx ' 'A .ax 1 ' . Q3 Sem- ' if-+ A . we Q.. Photography by Irving Lloyd also Kurt Foland, William Hayes and Rick Raypole 344 E235 5. 2 ,'-. Vg ' u .i1'f9.' ,r S- --L V T 'Q-1Y,...-L lx! .-il , ,.4 V .f.-V. .1 A 5 r , .,.,1 4 A r ,fg,..1.-54: g-..,xL,.w U? 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Seemann, Di- rector of Student Activities realizes this and promotes student involvement in all campus activities. He provides an important link be- tween students and administration to permit continuous progress in student faculty rela- tions. In our estimation Daniel Seemann does more than any other individual at the University to promote leadership qualities in students. It is for this reason that we dedicate the 1969 Blockhouseto him. THE BLOCKHOUSE STAFF '.f" . .Y , 1-- .-x. 4n, , 'E X 4 f A, 5 x . '1."' I., , . J. . .'J' ? Q 1 . A4 L',11'I,"-1-. -" 1 0,4 X. P 5 .5 . 4 1 .mp My s, ,1 'lr MIP. -fa A , . , A A 1 -. .451-1 , X f s r -' k A 5 1 . f 'i ' , .,. s . ..A .N , ,. ' :..f.- I Dr. William S. Carlson, President MQQA Guide to the Present IVIouIder of the Future . K ' - . r 'I LYS SEATED: Lawrence N. Stennberg, Stephen Strananan, Presnclent mann, Jr. Maurice A Scnnltker. MD, Lewis E. TnOfnaS N01 PIC Wnlliarn S. Carlsong J. Preston Levus. Chairman, James P. Falvey. tufedi AVTNUVR Cline Vice-Chairman, J. Nathan Hobbs, MD. STANDING: Rucnard C Hey- ' 33 Archie Solberg, Vice-Presb dent for University Re- S63 rch ,. .ac . ..,f,Q-wv""""""'w" Jesse R. Long. Executive Vice-President G, Ernst Giesecke, Provost . jd 34 f Lancelot Thompson, Vnce-President for Student Affanrs Wlllard W, Smith, Vuce-Presudent-Treasurer 35 Harold Oyster. Vnce-Presnde-nt for Umversvty Develop ment 4 X ..: U-11: . 'f'- . ,.'1Q.1-, - , If ,w . A-, . , 4 ' 1 "fl fm ' ' . .' mln H W. WI., 1 . ..1 ,,,. fri '. . 11.m '.ff 5 I I ' , . ,,'. ' :l-,ru '. 1 '14 ' .U I - X '14 A .4 'L,.,:' '- . ,,. . .I ,f A . , . ,- .-a , ., - .N qw. rl' '., . if '...' .. .'.'4.', f.' - - 1'-1' 1 z" :-"lx'.-ff. ' .. 'lf K U '. ,J .,-. , 1 , . A 1.5, ,ln 1+ ' 1,' 1.3" ' " --Luv' t --1 .' p I ..,'.I,' ,z '-vhz, Q 'A ' :'.'. , :Tl '-4.. 1.-'.'. I ..l Q.: .,: -ftpk, ' L. . ,f'Lx:r.':' .:. ,,r,u .. ...vm . ,,.,,-y,1 .531 .. D . 'V - , , .. .fi ', l'.- A- -, n ,, ,rf I .. L --,-'y,. N".-Y. Z' QA ' L Kathryn M Kurschner Dean of Women wi D James Larson, Director of Honors Program I , WM. Q 4 wwf x x ,jj , 5 - Q 4 , I 1 gif' X :X 1. if ff' we 5? Donald S, Parks, Dean of Students M, R. McPhaiI, Bursar .. we ff'- X RobertA. Dillon, Durector of Admumstratuon Services , 53512 ' Eg G - Clyde W. gay Alfred F. Foster, Dean of Graduate School Harold L. Hakes Durector of Housmg Assocuate Dean of Students Balch, Dean of Adult and Contmumg Educatuon ,--fe P aul J. Hannahs, Director of Student Union Henry J. Taylor, Purchasing Agent if Alina F. Markowski, Registrar Jerry L. Morrow, Director of University Relations Robert L. Leemaster, Director of Student Place- ment Thomas H. Durnford, Publications If h 'N Richard R. Perry, Director of Admissions and Housing Daniel C. Seemann. Director of Student Activities l I I I Vw...- XA' hw I I I I Edward C. Schmakel Clark H. Reber, Financial Aid Director of Alumni Relations .1 . Q . f -Q I . Q riigzxl , , - rw., - A wx... . - '. - '3k:J'f.: 1 ,, cig- A bfk., ,. a t. wi-F 'X iv 2 :fr L X x xi x f, xg as X t. K ei N 'Q ,S V . v P V. 5 X i. ' , X X X EN M W Z1 -,2,1:1.2:gg':5i- 55 D Herbert Schermg, Assustant Dean MA.. I Q r n Arthur H. Black. Associate Dean Michael Manheim, Englmsh Frederuck L. Chapman, Theatre and Speech Arthur S. Wnnsor, Nlusrc ,, ' I , 4 'x 4 X. ...ie N.. Borus E. Nelson, Dnrector of Fume Arts 41 N .,.-.,,m,N,m rl Edward R. Sopiarz, Economics ,,.f- 1 H .if- ., . . nw. ,ns Neil M. Palmer, Sociology and Anthropology Frank M. Lewis, Political Science Byron E. Emery, Geography 42 3 F S W 5 X f- r-'1-::,:.:1.:1fz5 ' X kb' "G: - 'ma f Ernest Dewey, Philosophy Raymond L. Levy, Director of Journalism John W. Pulleyn, Foreugn Languages ..w""" S l.l!U"u'1 Ss y Amswfvvww Melvrn C. Wren, History 43 N Nw W'-55.1.3 A., .iii Robert Jackson, Mathematics P . "er . H X , ,. M 'F ' I ' - in ' V , . A K 1 V. Q 4,1 sv? 'Y e 'j J Q X 351 1: . ' . A ' Q -1 If if M' xr XX , H M - ' , "TNG f NAM Q V. - , . ' ' ,Ng 1' N '55,-gy :I Q? -.-uunnn.n........... WF' SY, uf' -3 L... William A. Kneller. Geology ax 'sm-M. W . WV, J ,vga .- x N' , .' ,-. 1 , 4 l -L+! ,Q-. Ha rva rd L. Arm us, Psychology on Manrnon Nasatur, Biology -x..4 v. :Pls 'll i -sun., N, John J. Turin, Physics and Astronomy Mary M. Gillham, Library Science H. Bradford Thompson. Chemistry P, . fi' fin, f m. , if ,: , 45 S5 full- ffl! ' - 1, .'.-1 f Cf Sf in at f Q A grey T. 51: n if A Ax fa THE BLOCK!-IOUSE 1969-VOL. 47 if THE uNnvERslTY OF TOLEDO TOLEDO, OHIO ELDON L. SHEFFER, EDITOR DOUGLAS BENACH, Business Manager 1 4- - 0 a Howard L. Ness. Accounting 9 . A' Alex Volotta. Associate Dean X Amy Morrison, Assustant Dean James A. Brunner, Marketing George M. Taoka. Busnness Economacs Q Q "Cb-L 47 if... A Mary L. Canfield. Secretarial Studies Robert D. Mason, Statistics 7 If I , 5-. 6 1 44335-1 1 hI Robert Myers, Administration and Personnel College of Education The College of Education is the profes- sional school established to conduct and coordinate, within the University, programs for the preparation of teachers and educa- tional specialists. It serves the function of educating personnel for the public schools so that they may develop in young people those skills necessary for preservation and extension of the democratic way of life. The student in the College of Education receives a liberal education as well as a con- centrated study in his chosen teaching field. lt is the intent of the College of Education to instill in prospective teachers and educa- tional specialists a commitment of free pub- lic education, an understanding of the fundamental problems of education, and the attitude conducive to continued Cintellectual and professional growth. The College of Education considers re- search and development to be one of its pri- mary responsibilities, paralleling and en- riching its other missions, Along with other scholarly activities, the faculty and advanced students are engaged in the pursuit of new knowledge and educational innovations. Richard E. lshler Assistant Dean ' .U 'N N Department Chairmen i mggilif David Balzer, Director of Student Field Ex- perience ,A-ni' David Rosen berger, Assistant Dean Richard Saxe, Assistant Dean William Wiersma, Director of Center for Education Research and Services 50 Perry Johnson, Assistant Dean A 1' 3 r ' v . Lim' : :Y ' QQ., A---'ff' I ' -1 t f an X -' - t c-x' y n Y , 5' 4 K M,e,m,. , - is fc sg.-Q .' ' M .-, . . , an L ' " D ., .wx--"DN Y 1 I' Ruchard Whute, Hngher Educatlon fag 0' A 4 Thomas Gubney, Currvculum and Teachmg Donald Stolberg, Recreation Educatuon Robert Htggens, Gundance and Counselung .......- 11 Wulluam Beck, Admumstratuon and Supervusuon inf' 1 . Q p--v' -- Y A , 51 -""ifi-. John Burt Health Education ,,.-.ggndlll Si X. mmm.--h ig wr: SUM XX f X N NK IS X Xi X 5 Rx Xx Q X 'ev X F13-fk:Syi ' X W -X X. L- llf WI ' J' - 0 P""'N 1 -lb V f. -s, .auf L I Q - Xwx ,Q ..,,,..X , Q x i Q Ernest W. Weaver, Jr., Assocrate Dean A . I Edward B. Garrlson,Asslstar1t Dean f-A muslim A mm A ,LZ Charles E. Stoops, Chemical Engineering Milton A. Netter. Industrial Engineering Option William R. Miller Mechanical Engineering Smfizqx ,..' 2 he r A ' fff- ' " -V g V :V-D1 i -1 BWSMYNSNB-1 Ifisffwx I George E.Pankratz,Engmeer1ng Graphics Edwin L, Saxer.ClvlIEr1gmeerur1g '40 .,.+-vw" ff O. W. Muckenhlrn, Electrical Englneerung i 3 f ! -Qu ,,,,,,., 5-ra.,1-5,,,y.,.-a.- 5 1 ES f ff: if i. rv ." - 3. Q ' Q 2, 'g V . 1 ' Q. W P. . I X ' if . ' l ' if X ' I' Q ' . l Q sf 4' E . ps". D ' f 1 ' ' U I.U ' -nr 1 ' f' B 9 9 Q Qs . sz :J-. V , f' 1 wa ' -'- f . gi. -' ' , Q . - 5 I , ' L . ' .5 f gg f 'psaz 9 5 I 6 I , r V .M s .1 . ' 4. ,. . 5 sf f . .I Il Y I , . - ' if - .' Q. I' Q 1 ., ,' Q A lil, it Q -,-Q' -Q Q M' an "M I' " 4 .flair An ,, 3 A - -.,- -... -J, ' 3 x il 1 , , , . , , ' 1 1 . , A ' v I , Y I .: -1- w-5'-Wy -' 3- ' , 1 A ' -' W Q , I -equip 41 wg--f'.,,MQ,,. X 'inifg fi M ' . . - A-c'. M v--.'..,-...,.,,gg,, -.,, 3-5 9 W QNMQ x f 7,9 -'34 - 'fl' ix , ' "i mv:- , ..,n1,:,1QQ3,3v 5- 4' Q Vw. Eg ,- kfi3,f?m5Ef1:ix1 -, ' V GIF V' X b V' th : L Q"VA Q v ' ' 11 --' ' 1' 'f .Ja 3- , - ,, F i NJ, x ' - lf: ., LA .'.. ,gall ' -' - - -- ' fi? 5 wal- 'm 5 ? I Nz, H - W . 3,-rg' . , ' in U . - -' ' " ' my 1 K , . - - A ,agqgvv-A ' Ns, :,-- 7,..f g P! ---l V' . AN -A ' ,... . if i b - ,. 1"'FFflNf,.'T - V, -.zw . - ,. ., --vedlff 1, .gr-f F - Q-if . ,-.1 JV. College of Law The College of Law is now a multiple-divi- sion law school with an enrollment of more than 400 and a faculty of 18 full-time teachers. With a history of part-time evening courses since 1909, the school first began a full-time day division in 1963. The College of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and is a mem- ber of the Association of American Law Schools and the League of Ohio Law Schools. The college started in 1968 to pub- lish The University of Toledo Law Review, whose policies are set by a student board of governors. The staff consists of law students with outstanding academic records. Plans are now underway to construct a new law center on the University of Toledo campus. With the completion of this facility, enrollment is expected to climb near the 800 figure. ' - N .fx Q X l IIT-K! 1-nv. Q, 6 LX. A X Robert J. Schlembach, Pharmacology X M 1 Theodore Wilson, Associate Dean 2 ? .L , h-w Charles J. Kinnison, Associate Dean Aa F ' 1' Albert Wright, Assistant Dean 45 -S- Mx Al 1 2 i i L. 's is ,Ive ' ff' O. Donnie Richard, Asslstant Dean Robert F. Kehrl, Assustant Dean Fred J. 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John Brisker, ROW 2: Don Yasenchak, Gary Dunn, Joe Collins, Herm unwald, Jim Nemec, Dale Mochko, John Dennis, Jim Rance. Dave Witkowski. lick Seymour, Jim Manuel. ROW 3: Steve Jones. Joe Schultheis, Bob Hanu- el, Dave Penn, Howard Pernell. Tom lbinson, Curtis Johnson, Tony Harris. Compiling a 5-4-1 record, Rocket gridders stretched their winning string to twelve games, longest in the nation, before having it snapped by the Bobcats of Ohio University. Guided by junior quarterback Steve Jones, Toledo amassed 230 total points while the rugged Rocket defense limited the op- position to a meager 156. Accounting for better than sixty per cent of the ' Toledo scoring were Roland Moss and Ken Crots. Senior tailback Roland Moss burstiover opposing linemen for 1145 net yards and 14 touchdowns in 267 carries, earning him a trip to the Senior Bowl game with the North Squad and an All-America Honorable Mention rating. As a punter Moss averaged nearly forty yards per kick and shattered three Uni- Bl Dan Crockett, Ron Powers, Don Hayes. Jim Tyler, Ed Davis. ROW 4: John Reese, Leon Campbell. Paul Pape, Tom Duncan, Tom Sauter, Paul Fair. John Zirnowski. Bob Caverly, Ken Wilson, Bob Flynn. Paul Storm. Bill Oswolt, Don Hotz. ROW 5: Dave Long, Charlie Burgbacher, Lynn Aschlimari, Dave Tetzel, Steve Beier, Tony Baltes, Jerry Krugh, Terry Kenneally. Bob Kazlovskas, Ron Gazzo. Ken Crots. Frank Petre. versity punting records. Junior kicking- specialist Ken Crots booted nine field goals and converted 29 of 29 point after touchdown attempts. Each time Crots made a conversion he broke his own N.C.A.A. record for most consecu- tive points after touchdown. The tough Toledo defense held opposing offensive machines to 500 less yards than the explosive Rocket offense was able to generate. Led by Curtis Johnson, the young defensive secondary intercepted 17 enemy aerials, nearly twice the number lost by Toledo. ln a post-season caucus M.A.C. coaches selected guard Mel Miller, end Mel Tucker, Curtis John- son, Ken Crots, and Roland Moss to the first-team M.A.C. squad. The cross country team finished with a 3-4 record this year. Starting fast, the team ran off with victories over Detroit, Oakland, and Wayne State. They then lost to Kent State, Bowling Green, Michigan, and Central Michigan. ln outside meets the runners placed sixth in the lVlid-American meet. Barney Leslie and Jerry Lamb are the only seniors lost through graduation so prospects for next year are bright. Jerry Lamb estab- lished new school records in the four and five mile runs in this year's competition. .W x 82 i .XX sf' Coach Jack Lowe, Jlm Both. Larry Longenecker, Roger Gill Barney Leslie, Larry McHaIe, Jerry Lamb, Larry Armstrong fDoug Palmer r1otpictured.j :gf A' A .1 f T k - 4 ' . vi Q V 1" Mi fl ,FV h . AXA' Q , , fl., r A Kpf. . Y 4 1 -,4 u A 4 .Q P4 ' .yu Soccer Sporting players from such scattered places as Bermuda, Jamaica, Rome, and Hungary, Coach Sarno's young kickers were thwarted throughout the season by injuries to key players. Playing through a tough schedule which included such big name schools as Michigan State. whose team was ranked number one nationally, the University of Michigan, and Notre Dame, the Toledo squad fought to a 3-9-2 record. Led by the team's only graduating senior, Ron Schwartz, the Rockets kept most of their games close, twice ending contests in a deadlock and several times losing in the closing minutes of play. Experience gained during this season should bring Toledo a winning soccer team in the comingseason. - va- Iuq A x at Q, --.Q -on au.--wa-un s- . - -+,,k if - . 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' 'Q Qkuvk 'Z 'e ' ,xxx ' .722 17 . 1 Y' A,,., V 'T ' Ha.- y. 'TZ jawn'-I-5 . T W .1 52 X S V109 S- 1. l '1 x A X N-f - Q Q . . llilb 'E 1.9 f 'I 1. 'ifgsf' " fl v f 3 I us '13 lf. ,911 1 X- Q, " If ' , I RX " ' an I 9 SX a L it f- 1 xi: Z 'H 3 wx Larry Smlth V QQTTTX: 'N rl? , -ia ' X 1. i ff-A t ' 5 f' 3317 ' wmv , C QQNN- , ' :??f1'A 55,111 X-,. , . Jim Mxller, Jim Hayes, Steve Shay. Phil Provo Bob Muller 4 Dale Ge-ustIer,John Rudley Make Murnen 91 5 V s F : S 2 H E r I I I I x w 92 QLEUM J ri 51.5 leaf lj'Tl.-13532 X v QLEU H5330 4315004 R500 QALE00' Alf Www TOP ROW left to right: Head Coach Bob Nichols, Assistants Bob ROW: Mike Murnen, Larry Smith. John Rudley, Steve Mix. Jirn Conroy and Jim Zak. Steve Shay, Dale Geistler, Gary Anderson, Hayes,Jim Miller, Phil Provo, Bob St John, Dan Karpanty, Dick Koslen. Jim Schroer. BOTTOM lneligibilities, suspensions, Spencer Haywood-nothing happened the way Head Coach Bob Nichols planned it. The season was a recurring nightmare . . . Michigan State over T.U. by 1, Kent State by 3, highly ranked Villanova by 5, Ohio University by 6 and then by 3 . . . 11 losses, 3 in overtime, all by an average of 3.8 points. Picked almost unanimously to capture the MAC crown, the Rockets sputtered, caught fire, and sputtered again through a 13-11 season, a meager 5-7 league record and a dismal fifth place finish in the MAC. But the Rocket team which was picked to finish first was not the same team that played the entire 24 game schedule. Starting forwards John Brisker and Bob Miller were dropped from the squad during the season shifting a great burden onto the shoulders of starting seniors Steve Mix and John Rudley. Both came through with exceptional performances. Hustling, weaving, and wheeling big Steve Mix led the Mac in both scoring and re- bounding and broke 18 University records including the high individual score of 41 points in a single game with a dazzling 47 point outburst against Butler. TU lost to highly regarded St. Bonaventure by 10, yet beat Virginia Tech by 30, lost to Villanova by 5, yet beat the University of Michigan by 11. It was a season of inconsistency and disappointment, the end of fine college careers for Steve Mix and John Rudley, and the beginning of hope forthe coming year. 93 Rocket Wrestling


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