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- 1 ■ LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN C IZu3Yc 1972 j iiMi! :»-ai5Si v -1 | ■ ' ■ F_ J t il 1 ___ v . j_ MMIIMHI J Jl 5 " " s ' 8e mx ;.- w T -. H 8 1 1 xmL AS— hi VBLii vR " V- ! L Sk 3:V OSIE Chicago is a city of neighborhoods; of small, solid, ethnic pockets where native languages, customs, foods and entertainment are kept alive. The area where Circle now stands, was predominantly Italian and Greek. The peoples ' homes, stores, churches and schools were torn down to make way for the University; the land was cleared and the construction went ahead. Very little remains of the old communities except for a few sandwich shops and grocery stores, Madison Street bars, and restaurants representing various nationalities. Diana ' s and the Parthenon are two of the few restau- rants that still maintain their old ways. They play Greek music, dance Greek dances, serve Greek food, and cater to a mostly Greek clientele. The Italian neighborhood goings on usually aren ' t open to students or anyone who is not part of the ethnic clique but the lemonade stands, hamburger and greasy beef joints attract and welcome everyone. ere : m K » v .aft Separated from the Italian neighborhood by a park the Black neighborhood was affected by the construction of UICC in quite a different way than were its neighbors. While Circle was being built, housing projects were being erected in the Black neighborhood. This was all part of the great urban renewal program that had been planned for Chicago ' s West Side. Unlike their neighbors, the Blacks are not directly affected by nor offer reactions to the activities of the University administration or students. Adjacent to the Black community is the Maxwell Street area. It is a bizarre conglomeration of make shift stands, hustlers, musicians, prostitutes, pushers, and pickpockets. It is almost certain that Maxwell Street will soon be gone; replaced by further University expansion. Again these people will be pushed out by urban reconstruction. 1 1 3r 1 f. 3F • 1 m m •: BriK r -t ■■ VfC L M JP F E Hi A 3 ■ " r- jjt J ' ' " , " 5« £££» . v. - ?sx pgJIr 1 - A 7 ) 1 L H ■ 111 1 f - [ijili! 2 bob geltnar lVnT: • ,nf!!» nT iTin! M ' -MM Mr ' " ' " ffinfl [i | [ ii Mill inHU . ml " MIL m+ g • » B - W. V . ■ M | 1 oarflsor r kY ■ .. aft . Ifl . .X . -.•-•• • ; • • ■ 10 Navy Pier, the first Chicago campus of the University of Illinois, was opened in August, 1946. Its aim was to satisfy the needs of both graduating high school seniors and returning GIs for higher public education. In 1947, the University administration stated that any further ex- pansion at Navy Pier would be unwise because of its limited facilities and goals. In 1951, the State legislature approved the bill which led to the search for a location in the Chicago area for a permanent, four - year, degree granting branch of the University. In 1959, $50 million were allocated for the building of the new campus. In 1961, the present site of Circle was approved by the City Council. To the people of Chicago, the opening of the University of Illinois, Circle Campus, signified an important educa- tional and cultural advance. Academically, it was a chal- lenge to the older institutions, e.g. Loyola University and the University of Chicago. Former Governor Otto Kerner stated that with the building of Circle Campus, Illinois would undoubtedly become a leading state in education, as it was in so many other fields. He saw the academic and cultural united in the campus architecture; " The architectural style of Chicago Circle is a delight to the human eye and is indicative of our new approach to education at all levels. " The campus ' modern architecture, the concrete, steel and glass design made it a monument to Chicago ' s changing image as a growing, innovative city. Reflecting on the new campus and what it means to the city, Chicago ' s Mayor, Richard J. Daley said, " Our world is becoming more and more urbanized. Of necessity, a University which truly seeks and meets the needs of society must be a part of urban life. Just as universities make great cities, so too great cities make great univer- sities, and the U. of I. at Chicago Circle is destined to be one of the great universities of our nation. " To the people who were living in the campus neigh- borhood, the University posed a serious threat. Concerned neighbors organized community groups to oppose the building site. The location was chosen for two reasons: first, because its geographic position would make it one of the most easily accessible campuses for students from all around the city and suburbs, both by car and public transportation; and second, because from this point was to begin a great renaissance and rebuilding of the city ' s West Side. Considering these aims, the community ' s opposition was overruled and construction was begun. The bitterness of the community has subsided some- what over the years but even today, students and faculty living in the neighborhood claim that friction does exist. What mellowing has occurred is due in large part to the concern that the University has shown for the community: the facilities are available to the neighborhood people, summer athletic programs have been initiated for the neighborhood children, and the Jane Addams Hull House has been restored. li 12 •J 15 tt 1 ■■■ ■■■B r 1. Crazy Steve - Founder and Ringleader 2. Buffy Rosen - Publicity and Art 3. Tom Dus - Associate Coordinator 4. Bob Birdsall -Security 5. Jeanne Passin - Internal Musical Motivator 6. J. Lawrence Berquist III - Equipment 7. Bruce Koger - Equipment, etc. 8. Johnn Gizzmoe - Stage Crew 9. Arter Hader - Stage Crew 10. Tony - Organization Coordinator 11. Purple Ralph - Security 12. Bill Ruttenberg - Stage Crew 13. Ellen Silver - Publicity and Art 14. Dan Disilvestro - Security Chief Not pictured: Sheila Quinn - Secretary and Spiritual Advisor Stan Delaney - Faculty Advisor Craigus Olson - His Assistant Sue Luxen - Interpersonal Liaison of Love Justin Obrien - Stage Manager Betty Boop - Mistress of Affairs Beaver - Art Chairman Luke Palmisano - Gofer Rawl Hardman - Member at Large John Briattico - Undetermined Carl, Ken and the Guys from Euphoria - Soundmen Ray from Alice ' s Restaurant Dennis from Triad Radio Richard Sorokowski - Friendly Photographer 16 I 6 i 9 8 ■ 7 11 10- - 5 — 12 1 3 14- 13 2 17 n V « ?i 1 w 18 -MM S£ SPRING 1971 Each year has, within its 365 days, certain special events which differentiate it from any other year. It was the year of your graduation; it was your first year in college; it was the year you pled ged a fraternity or sorority; it was the year you went to the Carnival and got sick from all the popcorn; it was the year that you first became politically conscious and marched in your first rally; it was the year you almost flunked out of college. It ' s impossible to gather every student ' s personal impressions of the year 1971-72, but in the next few pages the Yearbook staff, with the help of the people at the lllini office, has tried to con- glomerate as many University-wide happenings as possible to make this past year stand out as something very special in your mind. It was here and now it ' s over; what was it like? —Attempts to eliminate the " E " grade from the College of Liberal Arts Sciences suffered a setback when the proposal was sent back to the Educational Policy Committee of the University Senate for revisions by the LAS faculty. —Charges brought against seven of the twelve students arrested in connection with the January 20th St)S rally outside the Pier Room were cleared. —Harry F. Rodman resigned as Director of the Office of Organ- ization and Activities. Susan E. Erskine became the new Director. —Susan A. Gould, a member of Women ' s Liberation was found innocent of charges, brought against her by the University, of disorderly conduct and obstruction of a police officer, during the January 20th SDS rally. —The Illinois House Committee on Higher Education passed a bill requiring all full-time faculty to teach, at minimum, 10 classroom-contact hours a week. — Chika gymnasts placed 4th in the NCAA College Division Championship. —Chicago Circle Dancers created a performing company to give qualified students an opportunity to perform off campus. —The University Faculty Senate decided to allot space for the Indochina Teach-in. Chancellor Parker opposed the decision because the teach-in ' s educational merit was questionable and because of the extra financial burden, i.e., payment of janitorial services after the rally, which would be placed upon the Univer- sity. —The second annual Earth Day was celebrated by a three day program of speakers, exhibitions and films. —A former Army intelligence agent revealed that of the hun- dreds of faculty members and students being investigated in Chicago universities and colleges, 80 of those under surveillance were at UICC. —The Student Rights Party, by gaining the support of 71.6% of the voters (which only represented 17% of the total student body) became the new Student Government hierarchy. Presi- dent, Jim Ladas. Vice President, Don Rubin. Treasurer, Chuck Langford. —At a special meeting, the Committee on Student Affairs passed a proposal to fund only one publication, i.e., Circula . —Chancellor Parker denied the Hartford Committee ' s Alternate University funds for spring quarter, thus overruling the unani- mous recommendation of the University Senate Committee on Student Affairs. —500 attend Kent, Jackson State Memorial. The day began with a morning memorial procession encompassing 50 people who marched through the Pier Room and the cafeterias carrying a coffin. Later in the day the 50 walked to the Civic Center and the Federal Building, there joining forces with demonstrators from across the City. —A small contingent of SDS walked into the lllini office and charged it as being fascist. —The University Faculty Senate passed a proposal which de- creases the number of student members of the Senate by four, and increases faculty participation by five. —Police arrested Alternate University Chancellor Steve Letzsch on charges of burglary, and held Vice Chancellor Allen Nelson for questioning. —The Committee on Student Affairs sent to the University Senate a proposed " Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities. " —It was discovered that members of the Senate Board were meet- ing secretly one hour before the scheduled time, thus manag- ing to get free lunches. —The Carnival was here. 19 FALL 1971 -The American Civil Liberties Union, at the request of three Student Government members, prepared to become involved in the controversy over closed door meetings which were frequently held by several important campus committees. -The University of Illinois Board of Trustees approved a budget request of 216 million dollars for fiscal year beginning July 1, 1972. This sum is 20% more than what the University had received for the previous year. -The three vendors who frequented the area around BSB were stopped by Chicago Policemen and escorted to the 12th Dis- trict station and charged with five violations, two of them traffic. Previous to this incident, the University itself had brought charges against the vendors, but this time the com- plaining party was the Northwest Side Community Organiza- tion whose members resented the fact that the vendors were taking customers away from the neighborhood ' s restaurants. -An abortion loan service was begun through the Student Gov- ernment Office to aid female students in getting legal, out-of- state abortions. — Lunch Co-op was born and despite threats from the Food Service Committee and Circle Center Director Dale Brostrom, it continued to thrive. Arguments arose, tempers flared but eventually a compromise was reached and the Food Co-op comfortably installed itself in Great Circle Hall. —Mr. LeRoy Stephens, Chief of Police at Circle, formed an in- service training program for all university police officers. —Despite student dissent, the University ' s Legal Counsel main- tained the open meetings law does not apply to committees and subcommittees handling students ' fees and tuition money. Student Government maintained that it did and said that it would challenge the University in the courts if necessary. —University of Illinois President, John Corbally, recommended that the Board of Trustees enact a tuition hike which would affect students at the Circle, Medical Center and Urbana cam- puses. —Approximately 200 people took part in the Women ' s Libera- tion Day of Celebration held in the Illinois Room. Several speakers and the Chicago Women ' s Liberation Rock Band were present. —Eleven of the nineteen English instructors who were fired last spring filed suit in the United States District Court for 11 million dollars. —James Overlock, Director of Auxiliary Services, was still, in the Fall, unable to set a new date for the completion of the multi-level parking lot by RAB. —The College of Engineering announced that it will offer two degrees, and that the college ' s core curriculum will be under- going a major revamping. WINTER 1971-1972 —Following the recommendation of University President John Corbally, the Board of Trustees voted to raise tuition at Circle to $207 beginning Summer Quarter, 1972. —A two-year phase out of UlCC ' s entire College of Education was recommended by the Illinois State Board of Higher Education. The contention was that Circle has not been pro- viding teachers for the inner-city schools as successfully as have Northeastern and Chicago State. —The Illinois Board of Higher Education, concerned with cutting expenses, proposed that the Physical Education re- quirement be dropped. The Board also approved the elimination of PhD programs in Physics and Philosophy. —After 15 years of research, U of I scientists announced that they had discovered how to rid soybeans of their bad taste. " Boil the beans in water for thirty minutes. " —Dan Walker, candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, brought his " People Politics " to Circle Center. A handshaking tour of the lunch-hour crowd in the Pier Room was followed by a short talk and question and answer session in Great Circle Hall. —In the middle of the lunch hour rush on Jan. 6, the BSB cafeteria was robbed of $600. —The Board of Trustees approved the appointment of former Assistant Vice President of Administraiton at the University of Minnesota, Eugene Eidenberg, as the new Vice Chancellor at UICC. —The Board of Trustees decided that major revisions and strenghtening of campus disciplinary procedures must be made. —Pat Nelson, former Director of the Program Department, was appointed as Assistant Director of Circle Center. Stan Delaney was chosen as the new Program Department head. —The University Administration voiced its plans to acquire more land north of the Eisenhower Expressway and southeast of campus for further expansion. —Draft Lottery. Priority was given to March 6. —Donald Page Moore, independent candidate for the Democratic nomination as Cook County Attorney, came to Circle seeking student support. -Red jackets, pants and mini-skirts identified the staff of the Burns Agency polling the number of people using Circle Center; the purpose was to determine, according to the amount of traffic, whether or not changes should be made within the Center. —University funds were made available to the Day Care Center on the third floor of RAB. Meanwhile, the student-run Parent ' s Co-op located in Circle Center was told that funds for their operation were unavailable. —A group of Circle students coordinated by Student Govern- ment member, Rick Stein, and working with Ken Denzel, a Chicago attorney, have been organizing a non-profits legal rights counseling service for University students. —Bobby Seale, Black Panther Minister of Defense, spoke before an overwhelming crowd of students in the Illinois Room. He defended Panther programs and attacked the news media for distortion of the Panthers ' activities and goals. —The UICC Senate turned down a revised academic calendar which would have shortened the Christmas break and equalized the quarter breaks. —Circle Center Director, Dale Brostrom, refused Tri-R ' s proposal that prices be raised. —During the course of the winter Circle Center Board heard many different proposals, some of them sound, some of them interesting. Among these were: to set up a record co-op, to improve food services, to set up an ice skating rink outside the Center, to reinstate the right of organizations to sell periodi- cals in the Center, to remove Playboy magazine, cards and puzzles from the tobacco shop and book store. —A program of religious studies was introduced by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Twenty-four quarter hours from three departments constitute a minor in this field. The theme of the new program is to study religion and religious phenomena as social and behavioral science, as opposed to the theological approach to religious doctrine. —RAB is to be closed for demolition by September, 1972. —An increase of 4.2% marked the winter quarter enrollment over the previous year. Total enrollments were 18,290 of whom 16,861 were undergraduates and 1,429 were graduate students. —A new organization. The Association for Minority Engineers, was chartered on Circle Campus in January. The organization was set up to help minority students by giving academic ad- vising, financial aid, course strategy, and recruitment services in Chicago area high schools. -Following Jim Ladas ' resignation, Don Rubin became the Presi- dent of Student Government. Many students were surprised at the sudden move on Ladas ' part, but it was actually the only logical step for him to take, considering his dissatisfaction and frustration with the post. —During the course of the winter. Skiing I Mini sponsored five trips. Considering the number of students who participated in the organization ' s activities, 250 - with many going on more than one trip, the season was relatively safe. SPRING 1972 —In a survey conducted by the Circle Center Board Bookstore Committee, only 10% of the responding students stated that they disapproved of the sale of Playboy magazine in the Center; 18% were neutral; 72% approved. 20 -The Office of Admissions and Records announced that it would no longer send duplicate copies of student grade reports to parents. -A motion by the University to dismiss the suit of eleven English instructors was denied by the Federal District Court. The instructors in their suit, seek to retain their jobs in the face of what they charged was arbitrary firing. -Ticketron refused to set up a Chicago Circle outlet. The re- fusal was due to the poor response from outlets at other schools. -The ground that will support the $8,000.00 Circle Court Shopping Center at Racine and Harrison is scheduled to be broken early in April. -In the NCAA College Division Swimming Championships held in Lexington, Virginia, Gary Dworski took 5th place and John O ' Neal took 6th place in the one meter race, and 7th and 23rd places, respectively, in the three meter. -Charges against University Police Officer Motyka, involved in a shooting incident in November, were not sustained because of a lack of evidence. There has been no thorough investigation to determine whether or not it was necessary for Motyka to draw or fire his gun. It appears he might be promoted to the rank of Assistant Supervisor of Security, thus bypassing the ranks of sergeant and lieutenant. -A small group of SDS members took advantage of the gathering of a substantial number of sunbathers, early in the Spring, and held an anti-war rally in the Forum. The highlight of the event was the burning of President Nixon ' s effigy. The audience reaction was negative to their activities. -The University announced plans for creating more space in Circle Center by enclosing several open areas with a glass facade and building a balcony around the perimeter of Great Circle Hall. -University Chancellor, Warren B.Cheston, announced necessary budget cuts for 1972-1973. Among these will be the curtail- ing of services and open hours offered by the library. -Student Counselling Service initiated a new program to help students and faculty improve and expand their vocabularies. By calling a certain number, any time of day or night, anyone can learn the concise definition of the ten words making up the week ' s lesson. — Illini columnist, Bill Chester, was attacked by three women from Women ' s Liberation who objected to a satire on the movement in the newspaper ' s April Fool ' s Day issue. —The UICC Track Team took sixth place in the Eastern Illinois Invitational at Charleston. —Rigorous champaigning, poster mounting, leafletting, balloon bursting and button wearing, marked the 1972 Student Govern- ment Elections. Despite endorsement from several prominent student organizations and heavy campaigning by certain political groups on campus, the two patties generally consid- ered to be the most likely to succeed did not win. What really counted in this particular election was personal contact between the candidates and other students; Free Party saw that as the key to their success. The trio triumphed over the other five slates with a 47% plurality. The new Student Govern- ment, as of Summer Quarter, will be: " Crazy Steve " Szegho, President; Rich Halla, Vice-President; Alan Nelson, Treasurer. Crazy Steve didn ' t even get a chance to vote for himself! —76.2% of the students participating in the election also voted in favor of retaining the quarter system as the academic schedule for the year. —The English Department announced the restructuring of its cur- riculum and the creation of two Major options: one designed for students planning to go onto Graduate work, and the other set up in such a way as to allow students to choose from a wide range of elective courses without specializing in any one field. —The Lunch Co-op announced the availability of a new delicacy from its stores of food - a 5 " pizza for only ten cents! Several student organizations co-ordinated and sponsored a three day Internation and Third World Teach-in. —Bill Roetzheim, UICC Gymnastics Coach, was chosen as one of four men from the United States to judge the Olympic Gymnastics Team tryouts May 18-20 at the University of California, Berkeley. —Mrs. Frances Sweeney, Director of Women ' s Aquatics , was named " Coach of the Year " at the International Aquatic Arts Festival in Williamsburg, Virginia. Her Synchronized Swimming Team placed first after three days of competition. —The Carnival, with all its cotton candy, popcorn, balloons and prizes, was here. —The seniors had their graduation. 21 ■■■■■■■■H (VZ) West-Northwest i Transfer not good on bus after using rapid transit unless time is stamped on transfer when ' saving station. The CTA brings thousands to Cir- cle every school day. It ' s a unique experience of feeling alone when you ' re surrounded by a crowd of people. You can kill the time of the ride by staring out the window, or pouring over a newspaper, or sizing up the other passengers, or whizzing through the day ' s assign- ments, or studying the ads plaster- ed on the ceiling. During rush hour it ' s the worst; everybody seems preoccupied with getting where he ' s going; fidgeting and watch- checking are a must during these times. If you ' re lucky enough to not have to suffocate through the rush hour jam, you miss the sen- sation of being just one more sar- dine in the can, but you can still feel the coldness and detachment vibrating in the air. Nobody talks, nobody laughs, nobody smiles (un- less they ' re nuts or with a friend). It ' s not the warmest place in the world but it gets you where you want to go or away from what you want to leave. 22 tt» " ' I ' •v. - m-i I K K. , ' 9 It. ;f: ■ WA wst t M m i ' • • ' ! W7 ■ ■ III m mm , ' .-TV Each building at Circle campus is unique in its design and function. Com- mon to all are the lounges, cafeterias, and impromptu meeting areas. People gravitate to these areas searching out those who maintain common inter- ests. This coming together gives Circle whatever sense of community it has. The following section is an at- tempt to reveal, through the students, the inter- workings of each build- ing ' s personality. B Amtf •■ i mm 24 , • ._ I Wm r ■BRBHHRHHIPH m Vi p cjy i ! A ' ' M -» ' 1 I I ii Hh b! 11 -r H — - ■♦s ; -• Piei rccrn The Pier Room. When you ' re alone it ' s a zoo; when you ' re with someone it ' s almost accommodating. 26 28 u f- : -7f - ' y » Ji fcS?$ 2nd fleer Icurice 30 m :. »! - -. ■ - -- ■ - -• « - - - m m TJn» 1 • ' m Cafeteria 36 Est 37 4tli f loci Icur e 42 COC Recreation IvsKiHHa O ■£T5w« , ,,? m BOT m ' - ' 3 B ] ' -:- r 1 r- -i l • l fes j r " — • — 1 l ' - 1 il 1 J IBSf IT 1 ■ " ■ :■:•:••• I II ssmvASivx 48 %ffi 8S _ .«» !«aoi 50 EfE " k N • 51 52 I II I ill I H 1 SI I P 54 - • . - . ' ■ ill I 41 • w XrtffiW.JsasSWKcC vSM 58 BBBSI ifejSk , . ' ' deli ■■■ 60 ««g ifiilffl iiillBII IB I 3T 1 j •fc 62 ' •■■■ ' ■ tit mmmiv ' mSBB ' ISII una ssssssggsm 69 : Hlfelcal Mart 71 72 Standing, I. to r.: Bob Beck, Coach; Eric Udd; Myron Uezurko; Tom Martinez; Gary Pietsch; Dan Molloy. Kneeling, I. to r.: Jeff Allen; Albert Hernis; Tom Beaver; Tony Molinaro; Robert Trela. : U I I §S The net was a bit too high this year for the 1971 Chika tennis team. Although the net- men only posted a 3 win - 6 loss record, Coach Bob Beck feels that the team had a fair season. According to Coach Beck, the 1972 season looks promising. Kneeling, I. to r.: Stan Miyake; Bill Tucker; Robert Rejuski; Ray Janeski. Standing, I. to r.: Tom Meyer; Dave Mayzel; Tom Wehlus; Mark Eson; Dick Rader, Coach. The UICC golf team has always been one of the high caliber. Going into the 1971 season, the last loss the team has suffered was May of 1966; giving them a total of 85 matches won. Coach Dick Rader led by team members Dave Mayzel and Bill Tucker ended the season with a record of 18 wins and 1 loss. The total record for the Circle golf team is 105 wins 2 losses and 3 ties. cdf 1971 GOLF RESULTS UICC OPP Opponents i4y 2 9V 2 De Paul 15 9 Roosevelt 18 6 Niles 23 1 Northeastern 23 1 U. of Chicago 15% 8 1 2 Wheaton 22 2 Illinois Tech 22Y 2 2% Chicago State 22 2 Northeastern 15 9 Chicago State 23 1 U. of Chicago 19 5 Loyola 15 1 2 8 1 2 Illinois Tech 22% V 2 Illinois Tech 24 Roosevelt 21 3 DePaul 24 Roosevelt 22 2 Niles 9 15 Loyola SEASON RECORD 18 wins 1 loss 76 ■ Bk-AI ■ Bottom row, I. to r.: Earl Dortch; Bogdan Pomazak; Bob Weniger; Gary Fiala; Terry Hospodar; Nick Baldassano; Dennis Leonardo; Pat Cox. Second row, I. to r.: Ollie Reed; Claud Czekaj; Joe Meir; Chuck Wasko; Don Murphy; George Sfondeles; Jerry Alcanter; Daryl Van Duck. Top row, I. to r.; Head Coach Les Miller; Jim Darrak, Assistant Coach; Jim Nasiopulos, Assistant Coach; Randy Dagastino; Howie Zim merman; Chuck Profryfke; Ed Gierut; Dave Cawley; John Kapecki; Frank Kematz. fcasctcill The baseball team, coached by Les Mil- ler, and led by Pat Cox (leading home run and RBI man) and Ollie Reed (who stole 29 bases), came within one game of winning its league title and the 400th victory for its Coach. They lost the title in the last doubleheader of the season, but they did win the Chicago- land College Baseball League Tourna- ment. The final season record was 19 wins, 12 losses, and 2 ties. TRACK UICC Opp. W L 103 31 U. of So. Alabama 1 41 103 Livingston 1 1 63 75 1 2 Washington-SL 1 2 61 83 SlU-Edwardsville 1 3 77 68 U. of Chicago 2 3 86 54 Lewis 3 3 98 45 North Park 4 3 68 77 Marquette 4 4 102 43 U. of Chicago 5 4 107 27 Lewis 6 4 76 69 Seasor Concordia s Record: 7 - 4 7 4 tncl? For the UICC Track and Field Team members, the 1971 season was one of the finest in its history. The ' 71 schedule included an increased number of meets and an improved level of competition. Twelve new records were set and two rec- ords were tied during the indoor circuit of the 1971 season. The outdoor program also established ten new records. The team, coached by Tom Wright, finished the season with a record of 7 wins and 4 losses. Sitting, I. to r.: Joe Garcia; Ken Ecker; Elmer Gray; Gary Ratidabaugh; Dennis Racki; Jose Sifuentes; John Brundage; Scott Kellogg. Second row, I. to r.: Nick Russel; Peter Camp; Frank Beck; Rick Jillk; Glenn Preston; Dennis Kellogg; Jack Scurte; Bob Templeman; Mike Preim. Top row, I. to r.: Tom Wright, Coach; Stan Johnson; Art Bogdanave; John Allen; Wayne Saunders; Tom Moylan; Russ Neloin; Ken Bitout; Darit Lindren. 77 f ■ 9 $ 9 j: J, fO 3 BaiP 2 Third Row, I. to r.: Head Coach Harold Nemoto; Assistant Coach Len Gramarossa; Assistant Coach Bill Fudala; Ron Walkosz; Doug Kopczynski; Andrea Perkins; Charles Clam; Willie Bradley; Jim Slattery; Keith Wojtal; Larry Neibor; Bob Guch; Bob Fisher; Ken Valence; Frank Zgonina; Joe Schlender; Assistant Coach Jim Izral; Athletic Director Walter G. Versen; Assistant Coach Rich Fahey; Assistant Coach Mike McGovern. Fourth Row, I. to r.: Don August; Chuck Dyxin; Steve Cleary; John Panek; Joe Marschke; Joe Urbelis; Otto Mueller, Tom Rysiewicz; Paul Fedinets; Tom Ringa; Mike Kraft; Pat McNelley; Ron Fiala; Randy Rostkowski; John Famera; Barry Heaney; Jay Shapiro. Front Row, I. to r.: Bill Norwood; Tom Ochala; Rudy Altergott; Pat Boy; Larry Bunchek; Frank Rivera; Roger Hopper; Dennis McGhan; Carl White; Nick Vranas; Sal Godinez; Mike Regan; Al Allen; Dennis Fletcher; Henry Velasco; Cliff Panek; Don Dalton. Second Row, I. to r.: Trainer Lou Pasquesi, Jr.; Assistant Trainer Frank Kmetz; Joe Kielbasa; Chauncey Jones; John Homa; Tom Finn; James Jensen; Jim Neal; Jim Wise; Ron Lakomiak; Dave Anderson; Ray Clay; Jim O ' Brien; Mike Galbreath; Larry Ellen; Ronald Crigler; Rich Ciciora; Darit Lindgreen; Harvy Rubin; Bob Johnson. 1971 FOOTBALL STATISTICS Opponent Scores UICC Opp. Grand Valley State 27 7 Eastern Illinois 21 43 Carthage College 7 47 Wisconsin - Milwaukee 41 Ferris State 21 24 Wayne State 37 Luther College 55 Winona State 19 11 This year ' s football team, los- ing 6 out of 8 games, did succeed in winning the home- coming game. Led by Quarter- back Bob Fisher, a senior, and Keith Wojtal, a sophomore, the Chikas had their best sea- son since 1968. Despite the loss of Fisher for next year ' s season, Coach Nemoto antici- pates a fine 1972 team. Of great value in recruiting and develo ping talented players for Circle ' s team will be the pro- posed athletic scholarship pro- gram. (§ frw 4 Bottom I. to r.: Wayne Saunders, Tom Moylan, Jose Sifuentes. Top: Bob Walowiect, Dennis Ricki, Glen Preston. Coach: Bill Leach. UICC OPP. 25 30 Loyola 50 15 Chicago State 20 39 Wisconsin (Milwaukee) 20 41 W.S. Stevens State 28 27 Wheaton 36 22 North Park 45 15 Elmhurst 40 18 Wright 32 24 Marquette 22 38 Wisconsin Parkside 33 24 S.I.U. Edwardsville 35 21 Mo. St. Louis 20 40 Vincennes U. Wins Losses 8 5 Record North Centra Invitational 4th Place Illinois Intra Collegiate 8th Place MH4I 1971 SOCCER STATISTICS UICC OPP. 1 4 Cleveland State 1 1 SIU - Edwardsville 3 Wisconsin - Parkside 1 Northern Illinois 10 Roosevelt University 1 3 Eastern Illinois 2 2 Missouri - St. Louis Wisconsin - Green Bay 3 4 Western Illinois 2 St. Louis Chika Soccer Coach Sam Donnelly viewed this year ' s season of 3 wins, 4 losses, and 3 ties, as a disappointing one. Led by forwards Adam Guzik and Ibrahim Adel, the Chikas were, at one point in the season, ranked as 5th in the Midwest. -n-n on • " iiil -•—■--- ) flrH 7- 1 £d r ■ m ■ — rtl n _.•: i 82 bftslstl ill Front row, I. to r.: Tim Theisen; Jeremiah Townsend; Phil Streiter; Scott Gierke; Jeff Prestinario; Randy Voels; Stan Guozaitis. Back row, I. to r.: Tom Russo, Coach; Monte Roberts; Frank Reed; Chuck Lambert; Joe Ryan; Kestutis Ambutas; Kevin Dean; Ed McQiullan, Assistant Coach UICC OPP. 62 85 78 88 75 79 81 88 73 72 72 77 63 82 78 98 57 72 63 97 72 100 70 108 82 75 82 100 98 101 87 82 71 99 81 90 81 96 99 73 73 128 at Lewis College at Chicago State at Illinois Benedictine Wisconsin-LaCross (Tourney) I. IT. (Tourney) Chicago Wisconsin-Greenbay Missouri-St. Louis at Chicago at Missouri-St. Louis at SlU-Edwardsville at Wisconsin-Milwaukee Illinois Tech Chicago State at Northeastern Illinois Illinois Benedictine (OT) at Wisconsin-Greenbay at HlinoisTech SlU-Edwardsville Northeastern Illinois Wisconsin-Milwaukee B4 85 Iiccfcey Front row, I. to r.: Patrick Carolan; Anthony Danlow; Richard Smith; William Sherman; James Glowa; Mark Sarnowski; Valerio Belmonte; Louis Porn; Dwight Sherman; Timothy Guare. Standing, I. to r.: John Kantarski, Coach; David Gray, Mgr.; Nick Moysich; Thomas Kulpa; Gregory Zeimetz; Michael Kelly; William Korona; Richard Rogers; Terrence Mankus; James Kobus; David Krantz; James O ' Hara. ICE HOCKEY - - WON 9, LOST 7 UICC OPP. 9 1 Loyola 8 Wisconsin State 6 3 Northern Illinois 7 5 Purdue 9 1 Oberlin 2 7 at Western Michigan 3 2 Northern Illinois 4 5 Mankato State 8 10 Mankato State 2 7 Western Michigan 17 WSU-Whitewater 10 2 Marquette 8 2 at Marquette 1 8 St. Thomas (Lake Forest Tourney 4 14 Ausburg (Lake Forest Tourney) 5 3 at Loyola 86 SHllTllTlir Front row, I. to r.: Neal Jack; Dave Oda; Ken Metz; George Sterling; Bill Hellmer; Dennis Krie- ger. Back row, I. to r.: Ralph Mackl; John O ' Neal; Tony Kiefer; Kent Morikado; Chris Sym; Terry Lemberger; Gary Dworski; Tinker Lysen; Gerry Sorensen; Larry Bar- cheski; Bob Danner. UICC OPP. no team score) UICC OPP. 48 74b 83 41 (4th 64 38 26 74 place) at Ripon Relays Oakland University Northeastern Illinois Chicago Bradley at Stout St. Invitational 51 46 33 61 41 62 67 68 52 72 (2nd place) at Valparaiso Wisconsin-M ilwaukee at WSU-Whitewater North Park Wayne State Chicagoland Intercollegiate 87 cymiiastict i UICC OPP. 139.55 71.35 Chicago 154.60 78.60 Triton J.C. 155.30 (4th Place) Big Ten Invitational 153.35 151.50 Indiana 146.10 93.55 Ball State 147.85 127.55 at Miami Dade - South 150.35 130.00 at Miami Dade - North 154.70 128.00 Mankato State 156.65 152.45 at Western Illinois 153.85 134.30 at Western Michigan 157.80 160.90 Michigan (at EMU) 157.75 146.90 at Eastern Michigan 156.85 161.75 Southern Illinois 156.65 144.50 at Eastern Illinois 154.60 161.15 at Indiana State 155.20 156.35 Minnesota 158.35 165.05 Iowa State 153.00 138.50 at Wheaton 156.25 135.10 St. Cloud (at Wheaton) 156.50 (1st Place) Mid-East Gymnastic Meet 149.15 (4th Place) NCAA College Div. Champ. 88 - ftrciii Kneeling, I. to r.: Anthony Soldano; Michael Mikrut. Foil Captain; Pat Walsh, Team Captain; Bob Young; Jon St. Marie; Allyn Fischer. Stand- ing, I. to r.: Rich Sikora; Peter Chow, Saber Captain; Keith Kleehammer; Fred Rhodes; Renard Haygood; Steve Mashl, Epee Captain; Earlest Carter; Allan Jones; Gerard Porter; Chris Pelopoulos. UICC OPP. 6 21 Cornell 27 Purdue 16 11 Chicago 7 20 Wayne State 5 22 at Notre Dame 13 14 Oberlin ( at N. D. ) 14 13 Wisconsin-Parkside ( at N.D. ) 27 St. Thomas 16 11 Minnesota 5 22 Illinois 7 20 Ohio State 16 11 at Wisconsin 14 13 Chicago ( at Wisconsin ) 8 19 at Detroit 11 16 Michigan State ( at Detroit ) 12 15 at Wisconsin-Parkside 14 13 Milwaukee Tech ( at UWP ) 16 11 Tristate ( at UWP ) 17 10 Missouri-Kansas City ( at UWP ) 1 wi ttlii % The UICC Wrestling Team placed 4th at the Eight States Invitational; 2nd place at the North Central Invitational; 3rd at the Lake Forest Invitational, and 16th in the NCAA College Division. ! Bottom row, I. to r.: M. Okubo; J. Siprut; J. Kielbasa; J. Quanstrum; L. Magas; D. Baron. Middle row, I. to r.: G. Vella; A. Linnerud; G. Guevara; M. Katsis; J. Fernandez; R. Lewandowski; J. Kielbasa. Top row, I. to r.: J. Katsis; J. Durland; W. Ptereman; R. Carlson; M. Corrales; M. Skrack; S. Angelos, Mgr.; M. Ellsworth, Coach. UICC OPP. 15 20 - at North Park 48 3 - LIT. (at North Park) 9 36 - at Indiana Central 36 15 - Franklin (at Indiana Central) 29 14 - North Park ( at Ferris State) 22 18 - at Ferris State 28 15 - Joliet J.C. (at Harper) 54 3 - Wright J.C. (at Harper) 12 21 - at Harper J.C. 40 9 - at Lewis 27 18 - Grand Valley State 20 30 - Wisconsin-Milwaukee 20 22 - at Notre Dame 43 3 -at North Central 31 11 - Elmhurst College 30 9 - at Carthage 51 - Concordia (at Carthage) 34 9 - Carroll ( at Carthage) 54 - Chicago 30 21 - Wisconsin-Parkside 15 21 - Wisconsin State-Superior 90 wcrneri§ f spcr t§ Left to right: Marsha Davis, Chris DeIRe, Janet McGarr, Pat Tardi, Lynn Wallace, Frieda Shaw, Jan Golik, Diane Bara, Ann Kelly, Daniella Zaluda, Linda Dionesotes, Anne Huizd. ■ ;■ mamma.-. . » -,a M? y j pu 1 . ;-- w s Y N C H S R W I N M 1 M Z I E N D G Kneeling, I. to r.: Lois Krai, Carol Lewis, Suzanne Polinski, Jan Bedner, Sue Batdorf, Dana Stingley. Standing, I. to r.: Miss Licausi, Sponsor, Pat Burda, Rita Anders, Kris Krevchena, Nancy Zolpe, Nancy Hillman, Karen Hodorowski. rrf " 93 W B O A Bottom, I. to r.: Janet Maslan, Dawn Norman, Melody Norman, Sandy Chakonas. Standing, I. to r.: Mary Ellen Cloherty, Eunice Borrelli, Rosemary Briesch, Linda Fudacz, Ellen Sitton, Diane Nelson, Lynn Saccaro, Carol Siekman,Sue Trefny, Lynn James, Miss Linda James. C D I A R N c c L E E R 94 CIRCLE CHEERLEADERS Elevated: Bettie Louise Robertson. Left to right: Judy Blaho, Sandra Fontadez. Not pictured: Delphine Griggs, Michele Smith, Marva Barry. CIRCLE TWIRLERS Left to right: Naomi Velazquez, Nanette Baver, Linda Waltz. 95 icr ; ■ - - 4 A The Chicago Circle Players provide an outlet for the dramatic inclinations of the students on campus. Known throughout the city of Chicago for its fine performances, the group presents a series of pro- ductions each year. Front Row, I. to r.: Michael Zeminick; Steve Farris; Mitzi Feinn; John Taylor; Drew McMahon; John Spellman; Mike Houlihan; Richard Puigdamamenach. Background, I. to r.: Dolores Moore, Allen Ambrosini; David Child; Bill Raffeid; Donald Kubesco; Don Abbinatti; Pam Busch; Lauren Okeda; Greg Washington; Sue Kosek; Ken Block; Rocky Sisto; Sharon Liss. 9 LX 4rto 98 fi jS . w Wt. HP M RMn ADIM 6L w b.NE ' | Freshman Weekend Committee is one of the main organs in orientating new students to the campus life and people at Circle. " We create a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for these people to know each other as individuals. At the same time we try to provide thoughts and ideas that might be helpful in their future years at Circle. " Rich Halla. First Row, I. to r.: Fran Zmuda; Roger Novak; Kathy Puryear; JoAnn Hittie; Dennis Fukiyama; Kathy Montemayer; Judy Poklenkowski. Second Row, I. to r.: John Fleming; Rich Halla; Tom Pelicore; Happy Rons; Warren Allen; Ken Harder; Carla Santos; Pat Nivens; Alice Lee. Tau Alpha Rho seeks to achieve th sponsoring parties, folk nights, roar Front row: I. to r. - Lou Woo; Mark Muce Second row: I. to r. - Ray Martinaez; Da Joe Petrosaitis; Luis Morales. Third row. Dan Anelli; Bacchus; Ken Vandenbroucke ' Kneeling: I. tor. - Frieda Shaw, Sec; Marcia Hicks;Susan Polinski, Treas.; Rita Mann; Andra Seckelman. 2nd Row: Colleen Sheehan; Sandy Crab- tree, Vice-Pres.; Vivian Harlan; Rita Blanks, Liane Szymenski; Marie Shafron; Linda Folladori; Helen Gregorich; Mary Mench, Sec. 3rd Row: Linda Fudacz, Pres.; Barb Flannery. Not pictured: Miss Licausi, Advisor. Women students who are majoring or minoring in Physical Education are welcome to enjoy the social and academic activities that the Physical Education Major ' s Club has to offer. To secretary Mary Mench the organization means " . . . meeting other people in our field through conventions. " But, this group also has its fun . . . " making 200 taffy apples on our day off " , Linda Fudacz. Sigma Phi is a sorority that aims for friendship and sisterhood yet maintains a sense of individuality within each member. It functions within both academic and social spheres. Jo Gayle, Treasurer of Sigma Phi, feels that " Sigma Phi signifies friendship, happiness, sisterhood, charity and scholarship. " mmmkziWMiim Front Row: I. to r. -Jo Gayle, Treas.; Alyn Peskind, Vice-Pres.; Norine Hackman,Pres.; Judy Blaho, Corres. Sec. 2nd Row: Andrea Young; Donna Schwartz, Diane VanHecke; Helene Kamish, Marietta Badal; Gail Hasilow; Nanette Baver; Ivy Cohen; Anita Neiditch. 3rd Row: Celia Zemchuck; Marcia Cohen; Linda Waltz; Sandy Cohen, Rec. Sec; Carol Wagner; Frae Lucas. Although Gamma Gamma Gamma is a social sorority, it has been active in promoting charity drives and seminars. Left to right: Janet Clarizio; Christine Manski; Debbie Jarnutowski; Karen Brandt, Donna Michals; Susan Galowitch; Chris Werderits. ' j Front Row: I. to r. - Monica Basko; Elaine Pierce; Diana Norkus; Phillip Baugher, Advisor; Chris Abele, Pres.; Susan Pawlak, Corres. Sec; Linda Horonzy. 2nd Row: Violet Cortes; Cathy Montemayor; Elizabeth Toro; Jan Guska; Mary Carol Sharp; Lauren Wisneski. Not Shown - Wilma Watt, Vice-Pres.; Diane Dubina, Treas.; Lynne Zuro, Rec. Sec. To serve the communi- ty as well as the stu- dents is one of the goals Sigma Phi Alpha, a social sorority, has set for itself. Chris Abele, President, be- lieves, " Sigma Phi Alpha provides a social life that Circle ' s atmos- phere cannot match. Besides the fun, Sigma Phi Alpha is involved in community service, sports and academic achievement. " ' ' Al . ' ■It ' ll t The American Society of Military Engineers seeks to encourage, foster and develop relations of helpful interest to the student in engineering. Sitting, I. to r.: Eugene Solokowski, Pres.; Denise Marszalek; Conrad Szymczak, Vice-Pres. Standing, I. to r.: Ronald Buzil; Craig Harju, Sec; Tony Wilson; Gary Fritz; Richard Stadelmann; Joseph Abbate. Field maneuvers and hand-to-hand combat and diving are activities carried on in the Special Forces Company. This organization enrolled in the ROTC program. 1st Row: I. to r. - George M. Gulcynski; Conrad C. Szymczaki; Helmut Schoblocher; Keith G. Cantine; Vito J. Giardino; Melvin J. Harris; Robert J. Escobar; Ronald Buzil. 2nd Row: Major Bacon; Richard Gabryszewski; Phillip E. Saver; Ernest A. Stone; Russell Nelson; William R. Twohig; Paul G. Frueh; George P. Crump. 3rd Row: Joseph G. Abbate; Eugene J. Sokolowski; Gary R. Fritz; Charles F. Storey; David F. Larson; Richard Matulewicz; James Andrew; John L. Schieler; Staff Sargeant. 102 First Row, I. to r.: Wayne Sabo; Paul French; Jim Erhardt. Second Row, I. to r.: Tony Wilson; John Rost; George Gulczynski; Richard Gabryszewski; Phil Sauer; Steve Kajdi; Irene Gulczynski. The National Society of Pershing Rifles was established to encourage, develop and preserve the highest ideals of the military profession as exemplified by the life of General John Pershing. . . to unite cadets and midshipmen through common bonds of activity, respect and brotherhood. First Row: I. to r. -John Hind man; Don Seidler, Treas.; Nathan Shigemura, Sec; Mike Merrion, Pres.; Tom Northfell, Instructor; S. Sugiyama, J.K.A. Director. Second Row: Wsewolod Bojkewycz; Jennifer Carter; Ken Gardner; Len Stocker, Hilary Karp; Robert Chun; Jan Murphy; John Marshall; Cecele Janski. Third Row: George Kosten; Norm Thoeming; Edward Russell; Wayne Tolletsen; Keith Tomes; Daniel Belding; Jeffrey Yaki; Bob Templeman; Joseph Samaan; Izzy Cumquatt; Rich Marks; Arlene Waller; Aldona Starkus. President Mike Merrion posited the purpose of the UICC Karate Club presentation of t he sport of Karate as a means of physical conditioning and self- defense to the students, faculty, and other university personnel. The club holding weekly group- instruction sessions and con- tends in tournaments with teams from other universities. ■ " K S ' • ..A • ' 4 • ,r " f " ; tfj One of the policies of the James Scholar Ad- visory Board is to help freshmen James Scholars to adjust to the University. It also speaks to the director of the University Honors Program on behalf of the honor students. Left to right: Michael Ostrar; Rosemary Krimbel; Rick Morimoto; Marlene Galante; Joel Greenstein; Terry Sakurada. WWB m -. u Sitting, I. to r.: Mir Sajjad AM; A. Gaffar Shedbalkar; Miss Rukaia J. Muhammed Bey; Mohammad A. Salam; Abdur-Rasheed. Standing, I. to r.: Faroog; Osman Meah; Rashid Rahim; Feroz. Through a program of lectures, films and slide shows, the Muslim Students ' Association proposes to acquaint Muslims and non-Muslims with the Islamic religion and culture. f 9. Y-. " .- J- ■y m 4 1U4 i The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the largest engineering society in the world, with a membership of over 165,000. It strives for exchanging ideas and developing attitudes and habits inherent to the profession. Front Row: I. to r. - Dean Henry A. Setton, Advisor; Harold Dawson, Sec; Carl Wisler, Chairman; Ronald Bartels, Treas.; Dave Roach, Vice-Pres.; Henry Alder, Pres. 1st Row: I. to r. - Frank Geltner, Advisor; Alice Lee, Pres.; Larry Hersam; Miss Agnes Tandberg, Former Dean of Women; Warren Allen; Ann Trampas, Sec; F. Gaylord Cox. 2nd Row: Jeffrey Goltz; Dr. Barry Greenwald; Marian Watt; Lina Stepovy; Beth Cohen; Denise Morrison; Sandra Diggs; Bill Voda. 3rd Row: Robert Geltner, Vice-Pres.; Constance Hawkins, Kevin Sullivan; Frank D ' Alexander; George Somer, Treas. 4th Row: Kenneth Pawlak; Kenneth Harder; Andrea Young; James Bachstrom; Irvin Schmakel; Joan Karpiak; Joseph Serena. 5th Row: Anthony Gouledas; Frederick Stephens; Patricia Weinstein; Frank Dolik; Herschel D. Wallace, III. The Activities Honorary Society is a group of students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and service through participation in extra-curricular activities. By inviting these stu- dents to join its membership, the society hopes to promote their, and that of other students, further participation in University non-academic events. 105 The Management Area Student Advisory Council is a professional organization for students in the management curriculum. They are a communications link between faculty, students and administration and together they work for the betterment of the curriculum. Left to right: Jane Downey; John Scalan; Larry Grant, Treas.; Chuck Lee, Chairman; Gary Piehl, Sec; Frank King; Ron Bernhardt; Jim Webb. The Baha ' i Club seeks to acquaint any interested students with the tenents of the Baha ' i Faith. Membership is open regardless of nationality or religion. Sitting: I. to r. - Dave Bragman; Nancy Gunderson, Treas.; Mary Porth; Gil Vital. Standing: I. to r. - Vicky Fantus; Howard Weiss; Christine Snodgross; Abolfazl Beizayee, Chairman. Not pictured: Joe Galvin, Secretary. 106 Extending marketing knowledge and enhancing chances for better goals within the profession are the chief aims of the American Marketing Association. Left to right: Gary Lees; Theresia Wolf, Sec; Robert Shapiro, Pres.; Ann Trampas, Vice-Pres.; John Beton, Treas.; Frank King. Students wishing to involve themselves in politics would do well to consider joining the Independent College Republicans at Chicago Circle. President Alan Lifchultz states, " Most students have no con- ception of what politics are. It is our job to explain the records and goals of the Republican Party to students and to encourage their active participation in positive political efforts. " Front Row: I. to r. - Alvin Leibling, Asst. Attorney General; Mr. Albright; Marge Zalewski; Nijole Viscius; Jeanie Siepka; Christa Walz; June Dragert; Charlotte Toerber, Vice-Pres.; Alan Lifchultz, Pres. Second Row: Greg Martinez; Steve Maicn; Lee Steinberg; Egan Netzel; Fred Ettinger; Mike Groppi; Bob Worth; Dr. Charles Hunt, Advisor. Third Row: John Matic; Rick Walter, Paul Matic; Mark Wolbrun. 107 The primary purpose of Zeta Psi is to aid and encourage stu- dent members to achieve those developments of character, intellect, understanding and capacity for human relation- ships, which are commensurate with the highest aims and purpose of university education and training. Zeta Psi forms a life-long bond of brotherhood, devoted to the fulfillment of the ideals expressed in the ritual and to fellowship of its members. Zeta Psi is a nationally affiliated fraternity. 1st Row: I. to r. - Officer Steve Murphy, Frank Mueller, Jeff Hirota, Andy Dutczak, Joe Lawniczak, Mark Gould, Jennifer Tadla, Tom Ryan. 2nd Row: Ed Russell, Wally Waljeski, Dan Roig, Vic Balundis. 3rd Row: Hector Joya, John Rogers, Ken Lucchetti, Mark Eson, Chuck Roig, Joel Schaffer, Lance Thompson, Helen Terada. LlflJ X J Located in the lower level of the library, WCCB broadcasts via closed circuit system to the East Cafeteria and the Ward lounge. Besides providing music to these areas, it allows students to try their hand at broadcasting techniques. L. to R. - Brian Shankman, Harold Penix, Jeff Aran, Tom Collins, Ben Frankie, Dan Teslon, Lee Ruber, Brian Dolen, Bob Rycraft. Seated: Rosemary Kumbel. The Cadet Association seeks to encourage and assist the academic and social interests of the members of the Reserve Officers Training Corps Battalion here at Circle. Left to right: Ronald Buzil, Executive Officer; Wayne Sabo, Deputy Commander; Anthony Wilson, Treasurer; Charles Storey, Secretary; Craig S. Harju, Commander; Keith Cantine, PIO. The goals of the Organization of International Students are to enhance international understanding and to strengthen the relationships between foreign students and the student body at large through study groups, lectures, parties, and cultural activities. Sitting, I. to r.: Therese Samulski, Chantal Delfosse. Standing, I. to r.: Mohammad Salam, Sami Musa, Ziad Nshiewat, Abu- baker Olaswere. 109 W ' M K £ V UICC Chamber Choir Front row, I. to r.: Ingrid Warren; Will Gertig; John Persson; Alan Miff; Camille Wilson; Susan Turney; Elizabeth Hay. Second row, I. to r.: Mary Alice Lee; Floyd Sallee; Wayne Schwartz; Phil Nothnagel; Mike Davis; Mary Anne Uchanski; Jan Johnson; Audrey Kick. Third row, I. to r.: Mary Colletti; John Zimmer; Connie Radasso; Giacomo Hotnutti; Natalie Iglitz; Aldona Pikelis; Fran Hepburn. UICC Concert Choir Officers Standing, I. to r.: Mrs. Harriette Tiegreen, Accompanist; Miss Maxine Mandell, Director; Scott Heise, President; Natalie Iglitz, Treasurer; Mary Colletti Vice President; Camille Wilson, Secretary. 110 YiViViVi ii 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IJ-I.l.l.U.l VlVlVlVlVlVlV i;i;i i Vi.i 1 1 j i u iVlVhVlVl ' sVlVlV 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 r ii i 1 1 1 ii !i!i j j It u l.l.l.U.l.l.LU.U The Concert Band at UICC provided musical entertainment at all past Homecoming pa- rades and continues to perform at all the home football games. It also gives quar- terly concerts and takes part in the Honors Day and Commencement programs. First row, I. to r.: Pamela Miller; Richard Romanowski; Louis C. Brown; Carla C. Schmakel; Katherine Warden; James Hebda. Second row, I. to r.: Kathy Maruszak; Wilma Griinke; Luis Gonzalez; Dennis Strausy; Randy Berman; Pauline Dembicki; Elizabeth Hay; Ruch Grenvich; Daniel Nelson; Denise Okasako. Third row, I. to r.: James Dimitrious; Bob Kaiser; Carol Forch; Paul Bubinas; Stan Kimvra; Bob Fox; Donald Brodnick; Terry Nelson; Chester Bords; Terrence Divers; Stan Soparas, Jr.; Wayne A. Kona; William R. Demos; Alan Appel. Top row, I. to r.: Nicholas J. Valenziano, Director; George Sawyn; John Smith; Debby Sands; Rich Martino; Mike Greenberg; Neil Hecht. Ill Left to right: Peter Samuelas; Raymond Chin; Donald Ladner; Professor Robert Bryant, Advisor. The purpose of the American Society of Civil Engineers is to explore areas and prob- lems of civil engineering not covered by university courses. Through speakers and individual projects, the society helps in the professional development of its members. I Bottom row, I. to r.: Doris Rosen- stadt; Kevin Sullivan; Dr. David Gorenstein; Dr. Clifford Matthews. Second row, I. to r.: Narlene Greenberg; Bob Widing; Peter Stif- fel; Howard Blaz; Larry Kosobud. Third row, I. to r.: Steve Rubin- ow; Sally Estella; Bob Minard; Lynne Goffman; Sherry Bowen. 1 112 Left to right: George Kwitka; Larry Pawnao; Jan Sufie; Ron Jendryaszek; Jack Horbal; Nathan Pickard; Rick Hay; Alan Frydman; Joseph Sadowski; Brian Krause; Dominick Detommasso; Sunny Sanders; Rheinhold Fisher; JoAnn Gross; George Krempel; Anita Mahajan; David Berkowitz. Omega Beta Pi is the Circle Pre-Medical Fraternity. It brings together pre-med students from widely varied backgrounds for the purpose of preparing for a future in the medical profession. This is accomplished through guest speakers, medical school tours, and other gatherings. The American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers attempts to attract and unify stu- dents at UICC with professional people involved in chemical engineering. The events sponsored by the Institute are directed towards acquainting the students with the developments and possibilities existent in the field of chemical engineering. Sitting, front two figures: Paul Gutierrez; William Franek. Second row, I. to r.: Daniel Bakk; A. El-Abour; Robert Bradly. 113 THE TRAVELLING - The Traveling lllini brings together people interested in traveling to foreign lands. The organization provides a forum for the exchange of information, ideas and friend- ship among traveling students. The club also plans occasional tours to foreign lands. Left to right: Bob Szebert; Paula Staisiunas; Jurek Rakoczynski; Adam Smrokowski. Gamma Theta Upsilon, a National Geographic Hon- orary Fraternity, attempts to further interest and strengthen training in ge- ography by providing a common organization for those interested in the field. Front row, I. to r.: Jocelyn Miller; John S. Chekatis. Sec- ond row I. to r.: Betty Wil- Imschen; Janice Banoul; Chris T. Simenson; Ed Vincent; Zafar lhaha; Keith Lindahl. 114 Chi Delta Phi Fratority is the sec- ond co-ed frat on campus. Its purpose is to encourage and assist in the academic, social and com- munity interests of its members. The group also tries to serve the community and university as best it can. Sitting on the floor, I. to r.: Kathy Pappas; Darlene Jablonski. Sitting on chairs, I. to r.: Tom Brindisi; Diane Landsinger; Jose Teller; Tony Nagin, Jr.; Ed Pyzik; Adrienne Chaloupa; Gary Minasola. Standing, I. to r.: Phil Laurisella; Marty Carrillo; Casey Rog; Rich Imielski; Mary Redwitz; Gary Brichetto; Linda Bertolozi; Dave Erazmus; Mike Dra- gosic; Nick Cecola; Ed Vedral. Editors and staff of the Chicago I II in i First row, I. to r.: Gary Lipman; Mitch Pravatiner; Karen Furnweger; Donald Markay; Pete Aristedes. Second row, I. to r.: Dave Hustad; Bob Logan; Ed McCauley; Mary Sue Zivalic; Kevin Sullivan; Pat Rigney; Linda Sands; Janusz Maciuba; Ron Bara; Tony Ebersole; Angela Peters. 115 1 Phi Kappa Rho First row, I. to r.: Carla Santos; Joe Guenther; Terry Judge. Second row, I. to r.: Andy Pagorek; Ann Doyle; Kim Affolter; Frank Lombardo; Dolores Compton; Phil Kotas; Kathy Prendergast. Third row, I. to r.: Pete Lorenzini; Karen Reed; Janet Murphy; Ed Mayer. The purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta is to promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning and to encourage superior attainment among the wo- men in institutions of higher education. First row, I. to r.: Eileen Hecker; Mary Nykiel. Second row, I. to r.: Agnes Montz; Sue Blickhahn; Janice Banoul; Velda Davino. e : £ •. © jv: The Hellenic Club serves as a social organization and offers financial assistance, in the form of a scholarship and loan program, and tutorial help for its members. It also stresses education in Greek culture and outlines for the Greek members the dimensions of their heritage. Sitting on the floor, I. to r.: Christine Koutsogeorgas; Ethel Rousakis; Helen Demakis. Second row, I. to r.: Olga Fountas; Natasha Oprea; Georgia Bursinos; Chris Karvelas; John Athanasspoulos; George Pan- agoulias; Lucia Pappas; Afrodite Koronis; Pat Fassos. Third row, I. to r.: Tom Caravaselas; Bill Korakianitis; James Alexander; John Chordas; Angelo Papadas; Thanasis Karabetsos; Evangelos Fasos; John Sorogas; Charles Melahouris; Tony Vasilopoulos; Peter Economou; George Douros; John Pardavellas; Gregory Evangelou; George Vlatsios; Peter Biris; Steve Kastanis; Manos Gianakakos; John Paraskevoulacos. Sitting, I. to r.: Judith Ann Olenec; Martha Lawrin; Maria Senyk; Helen Drohomyrecky; Vera Krestiuk. Second row, I. to r.: Irene Horajsky; Roman Kowalski; Christine Sharon; Michael T. Fader, Jr.; Lynda Black; Lydia Sajewych. Third row, I. to r.: Oleh Saciuk; Andy Wrublinsky, Pster Drohomyrecky; Victor Botwin; Basil Kowalczuk; Tamara Bidney; Nick Smyszniuk; John Lozinski. One of the many eth- nic groups on cam- pus, the Ukranian Club seeks to pro- mote the spread of in- terest and knowledge of the culture and his- tory of the Ukraine. This is accomplished through the use of lectures, field trips, seminars and exhibits. 1 II m W vA il tt Jjl • ! t. :f Q 0 m Kv XsvJOwy JOHN E. CORBALLY JR., President ] lfllfl From left to right: Edward L. Deam, Associate Dean; Leonard J. Currie, Dean, Raymond A. Dalton, Assistant Dean. THE COLLEGE OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE 123 From left to right: Dean Van Cleve Morris; Geraldine Brownlee, George C. Giles, Emanuel Hurwitz; David A. Wilson. THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 124 •:■- ' ■• .••.■-•:■ From left to right: Henry SeH on; George Bugliarello; William DeFotis; H. Dale Walraren; Herbert Stein. THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 125 Front row, I. to r.: Allan Howard, Assistant Dean; Patricia McFate, Assistant Dean; Dean Doner. Back row, I. to r.: Robert Corley, Associate Dean; Robert Hess, Associate Dean; Ellis Little, Associate Dean. THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 126 THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Left to right: Alvin D. Star, Associate Dean; Irvin L. Heckmann, Dean; Norman S. Smith, Assistant Dean; William J. Dunne, Associate Dean. 127 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Left to right: Frank C. Rotecki, Staff Associate; Joseph I. Lipson, Associate Dean; Howard F. Koeper, Associate Dean; Miss Otis Dante, Assistant to the Dean; Jan Rocek, Dean; William J. Otting, Associate Dean. Placement Services Left to right: Roland Assistant Director. Swiam, Director; Richard G. Bickhaus, Office of Financial Aid Above; Robert E. Mahoney, Director. Below, I. to r.: Mrs. Christel McDowell; Mrs. Constance Wilson; Mr. Phillip Baugher; Mrs. Mariko Gallaga; Assistant Director. Health Service Sitting, I. to r.: Mary Lou Roach, Chief Clerk; Carolyn Cykes, Nurse; Kathy Gdalman, Nurse; Irene Mitchell, Secretary; Jewell Adadevok, Receptionist; Wendy Russell, Nurse Technician. Stand- ing, I. to r.: Daniel McCarthy, M.D.; Edward Isaacson, M.D. Gloria Hilker, M.D.; John Rogers, M.D.; Arthur Klawans, M.D. Maurice Goodman, M.D.; Gerald Schon, psychiatric social worker Habib Ghannad, laboratory technician; Herman Schuchman, Psy chiatric social worker; Vidvuds Medenis, M.D., Director. Office of Foreign Student Affairs Left to right: Kenneth Phifer, As- sistant Director; Laurette Kirstein, Director OSCAR MILLER Dean of Student Affairs CO —I o CO 130 DEAN OF MEN, DEAN OF WOMEN Sitting, I. to r.: Marie L. Johnson, Dean of Women; Warren Brown, Dean of Men. Standing, I. to r.: Ronald Brown, Assistant Dean; Barbara Roy, Assist- ant Dean. 131 Left to right: Audrey Mezlo, As- sistant Food Service Director. Pa- tricia Nelson, Assistant Director; Dale Brostrom, Director; Steve Chaplin, Assistant to the Director; Sally Dineen, Room Reservations; John Kantarski, Director of Recre- ation; H. E. Summers, Assistant to the Director; Mel Smith, Director of the Bookstore. CIRCLE CENTER ADMINISTRATION AUXILIARY SERVICES i c7 ,r- v- h f MM if : " ■ " ;v ji Left to right: Martin J. Farrell, Assistant to the Director; Charlotte Melzer, Assistant to the Director; James J. Overlock, Director; Rebec- ca Wilson, Assistant Director. Photo top left: Eleanor Probst; Marie Chris Petruniak. Photo top right: Frank GeltnSr, Jr., Director. Photo center right: Abigail Spreyer, editor of the Alumni Association Newsletter. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION I ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVITIES Sue Erskine, Director f s F S 133 Rosalyn Abrams B.A. Special Education George Adderson B.S. Industrial Engineer Euclides Agosto B.A. Spanish Education Henry Alder B.S. Bio-engineering Nick Alexander B.A. Political Science Theresa Alexander B.A. History Betty Alwin B.A. English David Andersen B.A. Political Science Alan Anderson B.A. Sociology Janice Anderson B.A. Special Education James Andreou B.A. Criminal Justice John Andrews B.S. 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