University of Toronto Engineering Society - Skule Yearbook (Toronto, Ontario Canada)

 - Class of 1975

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■ms Ue S|S " r ' r- " ” — !fl ' », -■ jV -• ' u ■ ' Cv 4|%U . K nas r KBlj • JllyW j 1 mIhIIHuSe ■QEr ■ S3 R ' % m irr nir iBi irf Mgi r Tfr—r ' ' KvVw ' JfliB ' ' joRVJk mm B v ffjE. bm JUk3 I MIC JrlR«i l ip Ao| r4j7w K0t jp sn A ' ' ' 1H UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING STKFF: SHELDON BORNSTEIN HEIDI BRESLAUER ROBERT CONDIE ANNA DUNETS JOHN NAJBERT INES POPIG JURIJ STOROSHCHUK PHOTOGR 1PHY: DAVE ANDERSON ROBERT CONDIE JOSEPH HABIB ERIC HARTWELL ©VER PHOTOGR 1PHY BY: OREST IWASZKO 1-L Graduates of engineering in 1975 are moving out into a sellers’ job market. The demand for Engineers to work in major technological programs in Canada and abroad is strong, and so far as we can judge will remain so for the next few years. In this favourable climate, I hope each of you will find just the spot he wants. For those of you who are going on to graduate school further education is assured. For those who are now leaving school to take a job, do give some thought to your own continuing education. Aside from learning on the job, there is much more you can and ought to do for yourself - reading and studying, attending evening classes and or short courses, etc. If you stay in the Toronto area, our own continuing education program, including the part-time M.Eng. program may be of interest. Dean BtkiR The best wishes of all the Faculty go with you as you start on the next stage of your career. PpesideRt O’Neill Well, as the 74-75 Skule Year draws to an end, the Engineering Society presents to you, your yearbook, a collage of people and events. Another successful year for the under- graduate student as Alumni, Faculty, Engin- eering Athletic Association produced, out of their rapport, the environs that make Skule. Time has passed all too quickly for some of us and our memories grow faint. However, here on these pages, you have a record of the events, people, places and sounds, that you were or were not part of. Perhaps, not all ‘happenings’ are covered but those of us who. graduate now, will be able to use this book as a guide to our past and the joys of being a ‘Skuleman’ on the prowl. we teach you to lead. Get involved with the Canadian Forces. Graduates: Graduate engineers may serve as commissioned officers in an Engineering occu- pation such as Maritime Engineering, Communications-Electronics Engineering, Land Ord- nance Engineering, Aerospace Engineering or Military Engineering. Or, a graduate can select any classification including Pilot, Air Traffic Controller, Artillery, Infantry, Logistics, Mari- time Surface and Sub-Surface, and others. Our salary range is competitive and our benefits are varied and excellent. In addition you will be doing your country and the world a favour, working for peace instead of profit. You are not committed to serve any specified length of time. Consider the Forces; consider being a leader. Undergraduates: If you are interested in receiving financial assistance and a career, contact us. Canadian Forces Recruiting and Selection Unit 25 St. Clair Avenue East, Toronto Telephone: 966-6564 IIM CANADA SINCE 1S50 DESIGN CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR POWER PROCESS BREWING DISTILLING GENERAL INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS A STONE WEBSTER CANADA LIMITED YONGE, - EGLINGTON CENTRE 230 0 YONGE STREET. TORONTO (416) 482 -8500 COMPLIMENTS OF: Association of Professional Engineers of the Province of Ontario 1027 Yonge Street TORONTO, Ontario 961-1100 HART HOUSE F! FROSH FARM FROSH ORIENTATION FROSH DANCE HOMECIIMIVIINC 1 ; i; ‘•-it. V «. ' l .»%- ' SIave AuctIon I. SKtLE NITE 7T5 At 8:30 P.M. on February 12, 1975, the house lights dimmed, a hush fell over the theatre, the Hart House curtains opened revealing the stage basked in a blue glow from the cyclorama and twenty-four bubbling thespians burst from the wings to introduce themselves to the audience. Thus, as its symbol suggested, SKULE NITE 7T5 went off with a cannonating bang. Skule Nite has been regaining recognition and popularity since its revival for the centennial in 1973. This year ' s show was acclaimed by many to be the best in recent years. " Skule Nite 7T5 is what is expected, but then it ' s what is wanted. It is really very enjoyable There are some very witty skits in the production this year " . The Varsity, (yes. The Varsity). " If you missed it, you missed the best show of this University, this year " The Toike (an impartial viewpoint). The scintillating success (thanks Danny) was the product of the enthusiasm and esprit de corps of the 50 people who made up the Skule Nite team. When the cast first congregated in early January, it became evident that anything the male members may have lacked in urbanity would be hidden by the overabundance of gorgeous girls. While the cast rehearsed in Cody Hall, the stage crew spent many days and sleepless nights in Room 32 building props and making submarine runs when everyone was hungry. And before we leave the topic of stage crew, we should congratulate Don Buchan and the folks back- stage. The Hart House Theatre staff proclaimed them the most efficient, well organized stage crew they ' d ever seen. The greatest thanks should go to Mike Cox, the Producer, and Steve Cress, the Director. They worked on the show steadily for the whole year, from organizing the writing meetings in the summer to tying up loose ends at the last minute. Steve got the best out of his cast with his sincere, relatively quiet (foraa director) approach and his philosophy of ' Sell it ' . Mike ' s spirit and enthusiasm throughout the year was contagious. Skule Nite ' s first SELL OUT in recent history is a direct result of Mike ' s leg work in the publicity department. And yes, it ' s true that when he ordered the programs he talked the printer into taking two tickets to the show as partial payment. A classic!! As usual, when the curtains closed and the applause finally died down on closing night, planning began for Skule Nite 7T6. Happy trails to you until we meet again - next year. ii I CANNON BALL MCGILL WEEKEND f ...ANd tIien tIiere WERE ThEWOMEN PARTING GLIMPSES coming . hustling mmi‘ dance h " - tHeiNEERS rt l v«r v(yrh: sue ElECTIONS SKULE Ml 1 IMI» -T- HOVE n . k...ar hart huuM • c »« := } } 1 t VjT ' ■CUZTTI SM caisimO m t- it- UHiKI 5 •‘,’1 f r ' 2 S ?jS i|f UM TI 0 j- it»r. TOIKE IVUUMU riTzrsj.ix- E; " r-! ESSEEISSn !l?C K? 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Cadillac Faiiview Compliments of The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited l ' 200 Sheppard Avenue East, Toronio, OiMano 4 FOOTBALL The 1974 Season was a dramatic one for the Engineering Football team as we finally made the Mulock Cup semi-finals. The victories leading up to this event; however, were not directly related to the plysical attributes of the team. Vic neglected to show thus allowing Engineering to gain two victories and proceed to the semi-finals. This year despite the muddling of officials and teams, Engineering has improved considerably. Not one regular season game did we lose by more than a touchdown. More touchdowns were accumulated this year, since the creation of Skule. Next year promises to be full of surprises, as only a few key linemen will be missing. Wayne Maddever, the originator of football, will again return to our ranks. Perhaps this time Rick Favro will find the missing hole, and Rick Klestenic will not have to beg the opposition to stop chasing the quarterback. The defensive unit, lead by the two times Phone Trophy winner, Jim Reininger, will again cause havoc amongst the offence. This time ' Fast Eddie ' will drive his milk truck through Vic, and ten to one Engineering will win next year. HOCKEY It was another good year for Engineering hockey. Both the Senior and Junior hockey teams have equalled or surpassed last year ' s output. The Seniors doubled their total points output but narrowly missed qualify- ing for the play-offs. The Juniors are in first place in their division and we are all hoping for a division championship finish there. In Intramural hockey there were 12 hockey teams. Most of these teams compet- ed in an inter-Engineering hockey tournam- ent held in February. Winners of the tourn- ament were fourth year Geological with honourable mention going to third year Industrial and fourth year Civil. Members of the 74-75 Senior and Junior Engineering Hockey teams: Senior Engineering Hockey Team Junior Engineering Hockey Team Forwards: Mike Kolanko (Capt) Blair Seckington Doug Showers(As.Capt) Andy Olbrycht Rob Ellis (As. Capt) Jim Mourn Scott Gibson Bob Russell Tony Sergautis Forwards: Ray Gilbert (Capt) Ken Raven Tom Halpenny(As.Capt) John Tojcic Pete McDonald( As.Capt) Dan Blocks Pete Large John Kennedy Art Watson Defence: Jim Montgomery Glen MacDonald Dave Mitchelson Andy Kostiuk Defence: Tim Bolton Rex Pegg Bob King Lawry Simon Joe DeMarco Goal : Ed Lowe Goal: Mike Bradley Jay Reidy Mike Bomballa Coach: Mike Kolanko Coach: Gary Welsh Asst. Coach: Blair Seckington I VollEybAll Soccer The Engineering I team once again was denied the Victoria Staff trophy which it had won for twenty consecutive years. This year the interfaculty league attracted many O.V.A. play- ers which raised the calibre of play in the league to top-notch volleyball. The Engineers were among those teams which be- came richer and it took an over-stacked GRADS, team to knock them out. This year ' s team was led by Tom Woods who was both coach and captain, and was unanimously voted the most valuable player. Tom will be a loss to the team next year, but the Engineers have considerable talent when it comes to Volleyball. Next year should be a peak year. The Engineering II team finished the season with four straight victories, but a very slow start caused them to finish out of the playoffs. Engineering did have a winner this year in Volleyball and it was Engineering III which had a perfect season of no losses and the division II championship. The team was made up of the fourth year Industrial class and led by former Knox star Bill (pitter-patter) Paterson. The Sr. Engineering soccer team had to settle for third place this year with a 5-4 win-loss record. This year ' s team, although lacking some of the ex- plosive scoring power which gave Engineers the div- isional title for the last four years, put out a solid team effort. However, their hopes for another championship were snuffed out when they lost a few very close games to front running Erindale and Scarborough. Many of this year ' s capable players will be returning. The most valuable players as voted by the team were goalkeeper Sam Manougian and Mike Beal. The Jr. Eng. and Eng. Ill teams were both very successful but as in previous years, they were both forced to play the role of brides-maids. After an excellent regular season, the playoff " Jinxs " seems to hit and they are forced out of the winner ' s circle. Aquatics BAskErbAlL Lacrosse The 1974-1975 season was one of great mprovements for both the interfaculty wat- 5rpolo and swim teams. In the fall Interfac- jlty Swim Meet we placed third, our best ihowing in at least two years. As well we lad one swimmer, Geoff Brown, with three ndividual firsts. While the waterpolo league chedule is not yet completed it seems that ve will place both our teams in the playoffs. Engineering Team Two also has a very good :hance of winning the second division of the nterfaculty league. Last year we set a pre- :edent by choosing the most valuable water- )olo player in Engineering ' s first team. The ecipient was David Mitchell. This year we ollowed suit and Marvin Mandelbaum came )ut as the winner. We again held our annual Engineering ' Vaterpolo Tournament. There were lots of |Ood teams entered but none could beat the ourth year Industrial ' s who, incidently, von last year ' s tournament. The second place team was from second year Electrical. SouAsh Engineering had three teams in the Interfaculty Squash League. The first team, Dan Kelly, Gabor Kunstatter, Angel Liska, and Larry Miller had an excellent season ending up in second place in the first division and was undefeated heading into the final round. The second team, headed by Steve Pomper with Mike Tip- off, Ron Hall, Kevin McLean, and Chris Morgan placed fourth in division II, but were defeated in the preliminary playoffs. The third team, headed by Steve Venere with Rajiv Manucha, Steve Kamper, Ken Noble, Paul Collier, Bob McKellar and Bob Partridge had a good competitive season. Serious and courteous competitors, the favourite expression of the Engineer- ing teams continues to ring through the lower chambers of Hart House, " HOW DID I MISS THE FM BALL, " (as a racquet smashes against the wall.) The Senior Engineering Basketball team has once again had a very successful year. At the end of the regular season the seniors had a record of 12 wins and 2 losses as well as first place in Division ' 1A ' . With any luck they hope to repeat last year ' s performance in the playoffs and achieve the interfaculty champion- ship. The junior engineering team, coached by John George, is also looking forward to a good playoff year. They ended the season with an 8-1 record in Division " 2A " . At the annual engineering basketball first place was awarded to a first year team named the " Cloverleaf Ducks " while the second place event went to Civil II. RuqqER The 2 engineering rugger teams did not do as well this year as last year when the seniors beat the jun- iors in the interfaculty finals. The league altered this year from 7-a- side rugger to 10-a-side. The engin- eering junior team was the only junior team in the league. Despite this, they played well, and should be able to adequately fill the vacan- cies in the senior team. The senior team finished the season with a 5 win, 1 loss record, and locked in a 3 way tie for first place. They were awarded second place. The team could have gone all the way to the championship, but lost out in a close and disappoint- ing 4-0 upset by Phys. Ed., the eventual champs, in the semi-finals. Brian Smith was voted the senior team M.V.P. In the past year the Engineering Lacrosse team did not enjoy one of its successful seasons. Although the team played well in its tough first division, it did not win enough games to ad- vance to the playoffs. With the add- ition of a few more interested players, and the experience of last year ' s team, next year should be a much more suc- cessful one. Lacrosse is played in Hart House starting in early October and ending in late November. Anywhere from 8-10 league games are played with a mini- mum of protective equipment. The most valuable player was Jay Reidy. TRACk ANd FiEld For the first time in many years the Engineers threatened the athlet- es of U of T by entering a track and field team in the interfaculty cham- pionships. As the meet drew to a close it became evident to all that the Engineers meant business. Cheer- ing each other on in every event, the good guys cheered themselves to a respectable second place finish. After the meet was over, we saw that by using all twenty team mem- bers in as many events as possible, enough points had been collected for them to become the main threat in the fall of 1975. The im- portant thing was that a feeling of team unity had been created. YES MA ' AM I ' M COMIN ' TELL ME THE STORIES OF JESUS " . WOME ' S ATLETICS Women in engineering have quickly infiltrated the realm of inter- faculty sports. Basketball, volleyball, ice hockey, speed and synchron- ized swimming, tennis, badminton, skiing, and innertube waterpolo have known and feared the skills of the mighty gold and blue teams. A playoff position in basketball was won with an undefeated record. But that ailment athletes, the old choke, ended the attemtp for the But that ailment of athletes, the old choke, ended the attempt for the championship. Heidi Breslauer, a rookie " arts and science refugee " centre, led the team ' s scoring and was voted most valuable player. Two teams entered volleyball competition this year. One, a former championship team, was defeated and elminated only by P.H.E.D. in the ' A ' league. The other team easily trounced their opponents to win the ' B ' league competition. Volleyball ' s most valuable player was Edita Boni. Ice hockey suffered from unfortunate fluctuations in strength- losing to the weak teams, defeating the strong teams. Moral victories, but .... Our lightning swift defence, Susan Salari, was elected most valuable player. The surface tension of the Benson pool was broken by the swim- ming sector of engineering in speed competition and a synchronized meet in a variety of successful onslaughts again this year. 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PHONE 636-9572 N n O rthway SURVEY CORPORATION LIMITED Aerial Photography, Photogrammetry, Airborne Geophysics, Forest, Agricultural Land Use, Mineral and Water Resource Survey and Appraisal TELEPHONE: (416) 755-1141 CABLES: AQUARIUS TELEX: 02-21571 1450 O’CONNOR DRIVE, TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA M4B 2V2 Compliments you on a successful year Our Yogurt is in all U of T Cafeterias 5285 Maingate Dr. 625-0733 w First Row ; Peter Modes, Paul Baker Second Row : Doug Duncan, Jeff Bird, Andy Schwabe, Marta Ecsedi, Liz Wood Third Row ; Paul McLean, Holger Hartmaier, Martin Webster, Luther Holton, Orvin Zendel, Ed Streich, Adrian Wijeyewickrema k e e t t e p H a I Notably Jan and June, the two bright lights mid- bottom The band this year disappointed many of its critics by playing well (believe it or not). For the non-believers, just ask the Star, the Globe, the Varsity or Mrs. Burpee. The band members were full of spirits (hie, hie) as well as enthusiasm. In trying to pick out the highlights of the year, I realized that the year was one big high (oh woww, that ' s some baaad weeedl). The L.G.M.B. got back into the half time show business (De La Salle, eat your heart out!) and performed seven spectacul- ar shows, one of them being at McGill, at which time the McGill band joined the L.G.M.B. (at least some people have taste). Seriously though, the band did surprise a lot of people and showed that with a little talent, you can do a lot. We enjoyed ourselves all year (however I do prefer to keep my clothes on at football games) and it was nice to hear people complimenting the band, which was a shock at first. The most gratifying incident happened when Gord Davies, skating around Varsity Arena with the Queen ' s Cup, stopped in front of the Band, and held the cup up towards the band. Absent: Ines and Heidi crVcol StaJJ Left to right: Jurij, Anna Bob, Sheldon Guess What! Same people except Jurij is now John E SId iKS 1st Row - JIM BURPEE, R.G. WEST, RICHARD M. PEARSE 2nd Row - DOUG HOOTON, JOHN PARKER, DAVE JAMIESON, ROSE ENG, JIM BEATON, ERICA HARTWELL, JERRY FRENCH D.R. CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION LTD. 105 HEART LAKE ROAD SOUTH, BRAMPTON, ONTARIO Phone: 677-1620 GENERAL CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, INSTITUTIONAL I ugau: W. Of KHUN UMITB Accel - Eliminator Ignition The name Accel is synonymous with increased engine performance and reliability ! Weber- A new dimension in clutches and fly wheels - a " must " for optimum life. Accel and Weber are divisions of Echlin Limited 500 CARLINGV1EW DRIVE REXDALE, ONT. M9W 5H1 ' ' V- V; ' Whiteprints V without ammonia. 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MONTREAL TORONTO — CANADA 2155 Pieix Blvd., Montreal " The Nick " Where everyone comes to I LUNCHEON unwind, to psrty, to dance NEWS to enjoy! from under l A favourite drop In place for $1 00 celebrity visitors. You never Unique quick know who you ' ll meet at The I sell-service Nick Could be Gordon Llghtfoot, snack bar Kris Kristofferson. Rita Coolldge. hot and cold lan Sylvia, Frank ppa. even specialties the great Bob Dylan. ‘ Always exciting enter- tainment: Biggest Club Dance Floor in Toronto; • No Cover Charge. NICKELODEON 27M .»t Omul. IS St|i RELIABLE BOOKBINDERS LTD. 20 Rolark Dr. 291-5571 CHESSWOOD HOUSE PUBLISHING LTD. 542 Mt. Pleasant Ltd. 483-9666 NORANDA MINES LTD. P. O. Box 45 876-71 1 1 Commerce Court West NORMAN WADE AND CO. LTD. 939 Warden Avenue 751-6310 In 1974 a group of students and professors from the Dep- artment of Civil Engineering won top awards in two races with their concrete canoe design. After winning in the Can- adian competition held in Toronto, the team went on to the United States race competition hosted by Notre Dame. There they defeated 26 other universities from the States, with Michigan running a close second. Mario Kani supervised the construction of the canoe. Its shape was patterned after that of a North American swift- water voyageur canoe. The intended weight of the canoe was 30 lb; the final weight was an improvement even on this at 781b. Next year we hope to see contributions fromtthe other departments in engineering in reference to student organized projects. Winning team in the women’s division team a«v 7T5 GRAD BALL Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of ' 75 Canadian Specialty Publishing WHEN IT COMES TO SPORTS WE’RE No.1 THE TRIPLE ! 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Vanderwel A.Wijeyewickrema H. M. Wodlinger K. L. Yeung C. H. Zarek J. S. Ziuraitis D. T. McCormick K. B. Repetowicz U. A. Schwabe K. C. H. Wu G. Genge J. K. Balins W. Collins N. L. Harris S. E. Heller R. Barnes H.H. Hartmaier A. W. Brown D. G. Hancock A. Gubins r I i 1 i I i i 1 f i I I I 1 MSP VITRIFIED CLAY SEWER PIPE for permanent, trouble-free service Plain End PIPE FITTINGS AND COUPLINGS 4 " TO 24 ” Flex-Lox PIPE AND FITTINGS 4 " TO 12 " NATIONAL SEWER PIPE LIMITED SALES OFFICE; P.O. Box 1800, Oakville, Ontario. PLANTS: Clarkson, Hamilton, St. Thomas TELEPHONE: 416-822-3211- 1 S. R. Aiken K. C. Chan D. A. Allen G. C. Bell J.N. Clark L. E. Collins S. S. F. Borgh R. W. Condie B. W. Borich W. R. Dawson J. C. Calderone V. Dementavicius I I I ) } i ! I D. G. Doel R. E. llaberman R. P. Harris D. E. Hatch G. G. Hendra A. Hernandez R. J. Ilindley L. B. llowcrot ' t P. C. Hung S. Kampers D. Kelly C. E. Knight E. J . Kruk L. Lai C. P. Lo W. Y. Man R. Manucha T. Marley K. Mehisto D. W. 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