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

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dited by Peter Noble. roduced with the help of Violet Jeu, Kim Dix, Lome utler, Eric Hartwell, Bonnie Carson, Ken Smith, Greg ee, Poco n’ Vince, Bernie Silgardo and Karen ennedy. The Dean’s Message Whereas last year will be remembered by most Engineering undergraduates as the year of the fire, this one will be recalled as that in which the Faculty took over the former Metropolitan Reference Library, across the street from the Galbraith building, for the cafeteria, Engineering Library, tutorial rooms and, last but not least, the Engineering Society. Although this focal point of student activities had to move at an awkward time - in the middle of the fall term - it was ac- complished by your very capable Student Executive with great efficiency (indoor cook-outs notwithstanding!). In spite of the additional difficulties imposed by the changes in physical arrangements, the Engineering Society and the Engineering Athletic Association have main- tained their high tradition of service to un- dergraduates in the Faculty by providing the many social and athletic activities which so enrich life in the Faculty of Engineering. As many of you may have noticed, the academic staff have been to quite an extent occupied with problems that flowed from the fire: in re-arranging laboratories; in planning the move into the former Library building; and in planning for the ultimate reconstruction of the Sandford Fleming building itself. I hope that none of you have been neglected on this account, but if there are any exceptions, I know you will understand and forgive. As you leave us and go to on to work or graduate study, l hope you will maintain you connection with your alma mater through the Engineering Alumni Association, of which you are automatically a member. Whether you un- dertake it consciously or not, your education will continue on the job in whatever you may be doing. I hope you will not overlook the formal opportunities for continuing education that are available in most major centres. This University, of course, offers a wide range of such op- portunities. May your future path be strewn with sur- mountable obstacles, seized opportunities and gratifying successes. To all, my very best wishes. B. Etkin Dean (awmis) Presidential PreamDie Well, its all over, four years, countless memories, and an Iron Ring are under our belts. Looking back I can’t believe all the things that actually happened; things with which I may, somehow, possibly, have had something to do. Of the four years, this past one has certainly been the most extraordinary. We made the front pages of the Toronto Sun (Lady Godiva on Orientation Day), and the Toronto Daily Star (the car in Dr. John Evans’ Office). We made innumerable front pages in the Varsity (the Pumpkin Caper, “Bubbles and the Clowns”etc.) and these are just some of the things that we can’t talk about, at least out loud (Thank-you Mark Ewen). What about that Orientation program that was unquestionably the best in years (Thank-you Chris Webber); the Homecoming that wouldn’t have happened without us (Engineering rein- stated it after it was canned by the Administration); the Oktoberfest that was even better than last year (it found new ways to loose money while having fun); the Slave Auction that raised over a thousand dollars for Big Brothers (Pete Z. was a gas); the L.G.M.B. who played on and on... (Thank-you Bruce Thompson, I bought the record); theSkule Nite Production that rocked the rafters with laughter (Thank-you Graham Skells); the Cannonball that broke even (thank- you Bruce Duff); a dignified Grad Ball without too many long speaches (Thank-you Bill Moore); and an Engineering Societv whose books are in order (Thank-you John MacDonell, Bryan Hackett and Tom Simpson). To those of you coming up through the ranks we left a new Constitution and Bylaws, the necessary tools to undertake responsibility and challenges in an orderly manner. You can hold them up with pride to the rest of the University community, they are second to none. In addition to this the new faculty grading practices policy now allows you to obtain copies of your examinations (Thank-you Rick Johnston, and Ken Smith). We sowed the seeds of a promising jobs program that will have to be carefully tended in order to reap its future benefits. It is probably the most significant thing we did this year. It still requires a lot more work, don’t blow it. Inclosing I would like to mention the new life that found its way into the Faculty this has faced numerous challenges successfully and overcome many unforeseen obstacles. A great deal was accomplished, but a great deal is yet to be done. To all those graduating this year, I congratulate you, to the rest I pass the torch. . . Scite et Strenue (Skillfully and Vigorously) Z ' I • Joseph Lstiburek 3 Editor’s Full Page Footnote I have been involved in few undertakings that require as much time and effort as “editing” this yearbook. Although frustrating at times it has been quite a valuable experience. I have finally accepted something which at first seemed obvious, but with many negative indications took some time to prove to myself it was true: Engineers are a very spirited group of individuals. Even those quiet ones that are unwilling to stand and sing along with The Engineer’s Hymn or go out to the Varsity football games, I am sure feel a sense of pride and cameraderie that results from devoting several years of one’s life to the Engineering discipline. Those less inhibited few that somehow in their order of priorities find the time to organize and record social events like Cannonball, The Chariot Race, Slave Auctions, Skule Nite or Orientation are the mainstay in continuing the Skule spirit that feeds this feeling of brotherhood separating Engineering from most other faculties, especially Arts and Science (Nursing, Forestry and Medicine are the exceptions of course). By spoofing underworld activities BFC capers and their continuing confrontations with Mario’s Bakery exemplify the engineering attitude that any situation has a lighter side; a better way of viewing it. This sort of spirit is necessary to produce humanistically thinking engineers that realize the purpose of engineering is essentially to make life easier; more interesting for everyone. The Skule spirit itself makes life bearable for many undergrads and contributes to the atmosphere around the faculty and the campus. I have to thank all those that helped put this book into shape and provided necessary moral boosts, distractions, penguins, tricycles, and floorspace during the process of production. I had a good year this year, I hope you did too. j, fy iM. Peter Noble 4 ORIENTATION Flrosh Orientation Wow! This year’s crop of Flrosh has been rambunctiously incredible, exhibiting an amazing abundance of SKULE Spirit. On their very first day the lucky Flrosh were treated to some amusing speeches about the hardships of Engineering (do you remember who said, ‘...between yourself and the persons sitting on each side of you only one will graduate...’?). The English Facility Test was almost as amusing as that comment. After a short break to quell the munchies a magnificent assembly of SKULE Force in the form of Lady Godiva, The Cannon, the WFTPWRS Lady Godiva Memorial Band, and 700 obnoxious, rowdy, hard- hatted Flrosh descended upon the SAC building to paint the dome. Then the F!rosh March moved off to VIC, leaving nothing unmolested in its wake (including traffic, picnic tables, andd the squirrels in Oueen’s Park). At VIC two attacks were made on those registering and the Flrosh quickly picked up the art of retaining hard hats in hostile territory. Unfortttunately, some were not as quick as they might of been. After a trium- mphant march back acccross Oueen’s Park and a short visit with Uncle Bill, the marchers, with the addition of a few nurses were off to DJ’s for a free pub. Some indeterminate time later, after n! beers had been consumed, the group flowed out, tripping, stumbling and staggering on its way to see Trish Grab (nurse and Shinerama director) throw in the first ball at the Blue Jay’s game. We have it on authority that she has a powerful right arm (and the rest isn’t bad either!). On the way to the game the first installment of Flrosh at- tempted unsuccessfully to derail a TTC streetcar from within, amidst raucous cries of ‘Ohhhhhhhh-Shit!’. Whew! 1 1 What a day. The next part of the Orientation Program was a mutual introduction of the Nursing and Engineering Flrosh. This was accomplished by bathing Joe Lstiburek in the nursing demo room and by washing down some nurses. Then the nurse’s pyjama party was raided by some zealous Flrosh toting sleeping bags. Needless to say, the acquai ntance was completed successful ly. After the first week of classes there was a popular misconception among the up- perclassmen that the Flrosh had had it too easy and that Hart House Farm would be the place of reckoning. The day was fun, but something went wrong with the upperclassmen’s plans, as Joe can readily attest to. After many hours of gruelling toil, with little reward, the Flrosh mounted a revolt and sent many upperclassmen 6 The shiners line up for the Presentation of the Cans ceremony. The Flrosh dance, on the other hand, was a very popular event(due mainly to a guest ap- pearance by the LGMB). The Dance was attended by more people that allowed by law and an effort had to be made to keep the ratio of drunk to sober at a reasonable level. Fortunately, this technique proved to be effective and the dance was an astounding success. Now that the Flrosh are no longer Flrosh (...sniff, sniff...) I only hope they pass so that their precious SKULE Spirit will live on. Chris Webber, V.P. Activities. in for a dip. Then one of the Flrosh teams (the Pussies!) beat the upperclassmen at toilet bowl. Meanwhile, the LGMB confiscated (absconded with) and consumed most of the Flrosh beer during a combination practice session and all day concert. ?! WH i 4 7 8 mm Feeding the sharks at the Farm. Isn’t Engineering a ball? Am THEY SAY X DON ' T HAVE CHARISMA I 33K ; v fciff 9 Out al me Baiigame As you may have noticed in the fall our illustrious president, who usually wishes he could remain anonymous has been seen on the odd occassion to lose his composure and pants at the hands of the nurses. We were wondering what caused this phenomenon and whether it would be safe to go to football games next fall. Hopefully the nurses will have a cure for their unorthodox behaviour by then and it will not continue to occur; at least everyone on the year- book staff hopes Joe will be wearing his hard hat on his ... well above his face. Besides Joe, some other people also went to the games. Even though they secretly wished that they could be Joe too, they tried to have a good time anyway. (Except that poor, poor man who wrenched his back being tossed around.) The LGMB has never wanted to be Joe, so they had fantastic fun frolicking through another season of mid-time spectaculars. i | I 10 Despite the image that is promoted at annual orientation activities by the mentors of the senior classes, nursing has been desperately attempting to exorcise the ghosts of the Crimea and establish itself as a responsible, autonomous profession. Rarely does one hear of the women in nursing who contest the traditional image of the manipulative subordinate: serving client, husband and or lover with equal selfishless martyrdom. In light of the initiation ceremonies each fall at U of T, one might have dif- ficulty believing that nurses ever looked up from their neatly made beds (by day) or kitchen sinks (by night) to examine the world outside.. However, there are many that do — many who are struggling to achieve the recognition that has so long been deserved. In fact, these women were once in- volved in the activities that they are now attempting to discourage. So next year when the elusive showers of Devonshire spread their silvery wings and Flaming Marne resounds on campus, remember: “the mind (of a nurse) is like an iceberg — it floats with only one-seventh of its bulk above water.” 11 Everyday a Procor Unit Train hauls a good part of a mountain from Cadomin to Edmonton. Everyday, other Procor Unit Trains are moving enor- mous quantities of sulphur, coal, fuel oil and sulphuric acid, all across the country. The Procor Unit Train is the simplest, most effi- cient way to move large quantities of raw materials. The train is designed to carry a specific cargo-and it carries no other. The train is routed from Point A to Point B at specific times and there are no delays or shuntings onto sidings. The train is yours- exclusively, and is as big or as small as you require. Working in conjunction with the railway concerned, Procor designs the train as well as the loading and unloading facilities. We even build the train and maintain the train over its operating life. All this to assure you of the smoothest operation at the lowest possible cost per ton m ile. You can either lease the system from Procor or subcontract the entire trans- portation problem to us on a per ton moved basis. Then, you can concentrate on what you know best, mining-and and we can concentrate on what we know best-transportation. When you ' ve located the “mother lode " and you know you ' re going to have to move it, talk to us. Call Gordon Mills, the head of our Rail Car Division, at (416) 362-2641. We ' ve had a lot of experience moving mountains. PROCOR RAIL CAR DIVISION, 2001 Speers Road, Oakville, Ontario The scavenger hunt was the only poorly at- tended event during orientation, suffering due to the weather. Nevertheless, an incredible swath of destruction was wrought upon the city by only 25 Flrosh. A picnic at High Park was originally planned to conclude the hunt, but the abundance of rain prompted all to consider an indoor bar- becue in the Engineering Society Offices. 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TIN PLATE TYPESETTERS SPECIALISTS IN PRINTING Flow Charts for APS 100 Projects 1 3 St. George St. 978-0101 15 OHTMtERFEST Ominous rumblings from the darkening skies brightened the hearts of those involved in the Oktoberfesting. It was a landmark day for losses and semi-free beer for many engineers with nothing but fresh air and song to fill in the hours till a new day began. As usual the LGMB have an outstanding performance. And so we will leave them for now, out there somewhere standing. Elsewhere inside Oktoberfesting territory Annie Nurse wasn’t giving free beers to your humble narrator, whoever that may be, while a couple of nightime rowdies were repeatedly teleported outside of the festive scene, keeping the mice busy between beers. If you weren’t there you missed it; so there. 16 17 Float Building • • For a quick refresher there are CONTINENTAL CONTAINERS to serve your beverages. HOT DRINK CUP — plastic lined to maintain the full flavour and aroma of the beverage — designed to add colour and blend with your surroundings. COLD DRINK CUP-made of high quality paper stock fully impregnated with blend of waxes for an exception- ally smooth surface — designed to add coolness and freshness to your drink. The Continental Group of Canada Ltd. Paper Products Division 19 S | Hey, man — what ' s . going on here? f-. ' il wr u L I dunno. - Once upon a time in the mythical land of Skule, a group of Engineering students got together for some fun and games and general light-hearted- ness. They called it . . . r ♦ i I But seriously, folks, I just can ' t tell you how happy I am to be here today — my analyst told me not to lie in public. But really it ' s great to be here again. Say, did you hear the one about the Eng Soc president and the seven nurses . . . slow night and the seven boreds. Then there ' s the guy . . . The M. C. warms up the crowd a few well chosen words . . . Boy, have I ever got a great deal for you. You want action? This babe ' s got it in all the right places. She ' s a real bargoon for sure. Now who ' ll give her a try? More than the price is ripe but BY GOSH.... The crowd goes wild as Joe shoots . . . and he misses out again. How wonder who you are. Only in Canada you say — pity! 20 Are you ready to begin, Suzy? CRUNCH 11 1 !f ' l.jtit I. i.ij Blow in my beer and I ' ll follow you anywhere... iff Iff ' ivr Do you f wanna dance? msmzm All right, all right. I give up! I took a licking . . . But my watch is still ticking! Now isn ' t this fun? BAM! 21 Dew Drops ... Where Eagles Dare )SW»»S 1 ‘Every dew drop and rain drop had a whole heaven in it.’ -Longfellow ‘Failure is more frequently from want of energy than want of capital.’ -Daniel Webster There once was a dew drop from Nan- tucket That a Chem Prof collected by the bucket. No matter what he’d do He’d get but a few. So he finally gave up and said.... C U va cK tit Mi Scite et Strenue Westinghouse helps make it happen 22 mM Deep in the heart of THE CAMPUS lurks the group who are notoriously known for their half- baked ideas, Mario ' s Bakery. They came from Newark N. J. to set up " operations " in T O, but were con- fronted and routed from the campus core by the non-existant BFC. They had many peace talks with the BFC but only a partial settlement was temporarily formed between them in the fall of ' 78. These pictures are evidence of their coordinated efforts. P NO § 1M B 1 ’ . H n • 9 HOWtO get the most from the lease. Get the Ford Leasing System,, at most Ford and Mercury dealers. It’s called a system because it does much more than just provide the cars and trucks. It’s expertise Experienced advisors will help you arrive at the optimum lease arrangement for your requirements. It’s service Ford-trained mechanics will give you coast-to-coast service in Canada and the U.S. It’s economy Because Ford and Mercury dealers are their own source for cars and trucks, they can offer the lowest possible lease rates. It’s selection It ' s your selection from any of the cars and trucks in the entire Ford family. From small cars to luxury cars. From vans and pickups to the big heavies. And it’s quality Remember, Ford and Mercury cars are the ones with THE DURAGUARD SYSTEM, including the no- charge 36 month, unlimited mileage rust perforation war- ranty. In addition, Ford- built vehicles have been designed for minimum main- tenance at extended mileage intervals, which lets you see more of your car and less of your dealer. The choice is up to you. Others lease you the car. Ford and Mercury dealers lease you the car with the System behind it. The Ford Leasing System. Buy the car or by the month. FORD LEASING g Chariot Race S3 Best Wishes CANADIAN ADVANCED AIR G.T.E. SYLVANIA CORPORATION 35 Clarkson Ave., Toronto 783-3304 35 Vulcan St., Rexdale 247-6171 Compliments of Compliments of UNIROYAL Dr. R.H. Ginsberg Dr. Gibbons 895 Don Mills Rd., Don Mills Phone 446-581 8 ! 322 Parliament St. 653-3449 Compliments of Best Wishes VOLKSWAGEN CANADA LTD. HYDROLOGY CONSULTANTS LTD. 1 920 Eglinton Ave. E., Scarborough Phone 750-4768 1 1 25 Dundas E., Toronto 270-1611 THE DONUT SHOP Best Wishes Special— Good Soup And A Sandwich Specializing In Old-Fashioned Home Made Donuts And Good Coffee AHERN SOPER 925-5221 689 Yonge Street— Near the U of T Campus 31 Enterprise Rd., Rexdale 245-4840 Best Wishes APPLEWOOD RESTAURANT TAVERN 1077 North Service Road Dial 277-1742 JACK BROWN CONSULTANTS 385 The West Mall, Toronto 622-6109 Best Wishes Best Wishes GLOBAL TELEPHONE SYSTEMS K.U.N. Consulting Engineering 3440 Pharmacy Ave., Unit 14, Scarborough Phone 497-7552 949 Wilson Avenue, Downsview 633-2180 Best Wishes Best Wishes DELOITTE, HASKINS STILLS MARSANI, ROUNTHWAITE DICK 3200 Royal Trust Tower, P.O. Box 283 j Architects Engineers Phone 863-1315 1315 Yonge St. 924-6221 Best Wishes Best Wishes TITAN PROFORM CO. LTD. BRANSON ULTRA SONIC CORP. 1051 Tapscott Rd., Scarborough 298-0999 1 40 Midwest Rd. 431-4411 29 2:45 am: I was awakened by a call from an in- formant. Said Mario and the boys had a hot time ‘in stores’ for the U. of T. tonight. Told him to lay off the Mus catel. Went back to sleep. 7:45 am: A bell rang. Got a three-inch gash from razor as I drew my .38 from the shoulder and made for the door. Realized it was the phone. Answered it, keeping the dial covered. It was the office. Engineering Stores had been torched around 4:00 am. Told my partner I’d be thereby nine. 8:45 am: The Stores was a mess. (See photo A attached.) Fire fighters were done there, going outside to light up. Water had got what the fire missed. We started digging. Messy job. Gave up and questioned the manager. Said some of the stock was apparently stolen. Asked if he knew anything. Said hedidn’t. Believed him. Stayed on to look for hot tips. Partner went off for more info. 3:30 pm: Partner found a suspect. (See photo B; suspect at left, partner with badge) Found him standing, stunned, in the ruins and muck. (Criminal always returns to the scene of the crime) Said he didn’t know a thing. Believed him. Claimed he was innocent. I laughed. 4:45 pm: After the bamboo shoots, he only took half an hour on the rack. Full confession. Promised never to run for VP:Admin again, and especially not to stop paying the premiums BEFORE he changed the policy. Let him go. Case Closed. 33 ENGINEERING ALUMNI ASSOCIATION This organization, which traces its roots back to the 1 890’s, exists to support the Faculty and the University, to develop and maintain high standards in professional competence and usefulness, to promote help and fellowship among members and with undergraduates, and to co-operate in furthering engineering education. This latter includes major financial support (scholarships, bursaries and awards) and recognition of worthy men and women who enter and continue in engineering courses at Toronto. A total membership list shows 1 9,000, of whom 1 7,000 are still living. The Association maintains an enviable contact with its members through regular publications and reunion events. Upon graduation, you become a member of the Association, an organi- zation most worthy of your support. Scite et Strenue 34 “ c Jbe c pinancial post is panada’s best underground newspaper” That’s what journalist Alexander Ross wrote in the Toronto Star. Perhaps an unexpected statement about Canada’s leading fi- nancial and business newspaper. But our readers have come to expect the unexpected. The Post reports on a surprisingly wide range of subjects from contin- uing coverage of the ill-fated, cash-short Bricklin car project to a myth-shattering series on the real position of women in business. Interpretive journalism that investigates cause and projects effect. Take advantage of a special half-price offer to students. A one-year subscription to The Financial Post (52 issues) for $7.50 (regular price $15.00). The Financial Post, 481 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario M5W 1 A7 YES, please enter my halt-price subscription to The Financial Post tor one year. □ Payment enclosed. □ Bill me later. Name Address City University or College Faculty Province Postal Code Year ot graduation !_ 35 It takes energy to manufacture sewer pipe. But it takes a great deal more energy to make plastic pipe as compared to dag pipe. Think about it! 4 Plastics have a thousand applications in industry, J| homes, schools, hospitals.|j Mjj| Let’s- use energy wisely. Vn NSP Vitrified Clay Sewer Pipe, made with " w at least 50% less energy consumption I than plastic pipe, _ tions underground It’s wnnr dpplijnn for the future Wl will still be here. ‘ENERGY CONSUMPTION EXTRA STRENGTH CLAY SEWER PIPE VS. EQUIVALENT PLASTIC SEWER PIPE MSI National Sewer Pipe Limited PO Box 1800 Oakville. Ontario, Canada Pipes Size inches 8 to 12 EXTRA S CSA A. 60 ASTM C700 Kilowatt , 8 T U Hrs. 23220 6.80 39990 11.72 99400 72240 21 17 170400 98040 28 73 286250 147060 43 09 376300 jjgfp Engineering Football With half of last year’s team (the majority from the powerhouse class of Mech 7T9) returning and the addition of a talented crop of rookies, the Engineering football team fought its way to one of the most respectable finishes in recent years. The team showed its seriousness as a contender for the Mulock Cup by defeating defending champions Vic in both regular season games, and routing St. Mike’s in one of their two encounters. The only other losses were in the two games against Scarborough, who remained undefeated during the season and took the championship. With a 3 — 3 record and second place, a berth in the semi- finals was assured. In the playoff game against St. Mike’s, victory seemed certain for Skule, but a fourth quarter rally enabled St. Mike’s to win by the narrowest of margins. Once again, coach Glen Rosborough did a fine job of shaping and leading the Skule team. Leadership on the field was provided by Sunil Tarneja, definitely the best QB in the league arid most deserving of the Phene Memorial Trophy as MVP. Season Results Engineering 0 vs Scarborough 35 Engineering 6 vs Scarborough 28 Engineering 13 vs St. M ike’s 14 Engineering 13 vs St. M ike’s 16 Engineering 14 vs Vic 1 Engineering 21 vs St. Mike’s 0 Engineering 15 vs Vic 11 With a good turnout next year the Engineering team should become a power to reckon with in interfaculty football. 38 After three years of building, the Senior Engineering Soccer Team rejoined the Division I intramural championship this year. During the season we ex- perienced minor difficulties, however in the final game undaunted by mud, freezing rain, and high winds, we defeated Scarborough by a score of 1 to 0 — Rudi Kovacko scored the only goal. Our success can be credited to several people. Firstly, Peter Ristevski, the coach and organizer of the team for the past 2 years, provided solid leadership and boosted moral throughout the entire season. Secondly, John Gill, voted the most valuable player, infinitely increased the strength of the defense and midfield. And thirdly, credit should be given to the entire team which played well as a unit and which fostered a feeling of spirit throughout the season. The forward line of Warren Eberlin, Andy Kirk, John Della Serra and Glen Pringle plus the midfield corps of Xavier Pamirez, Rudi Kovacko and William Stafford displayed the offensive power that had been missing for the past two years. The backfield of Rudy Borrelly, Mark Vincent, Joe “tank” DeRose, Keith Knox and Seto “ Blondy” Chase provided a wall for goalkeeper Roberto Narbaitz who obtained a deserved shutout for all of the playoff games. SENIOR SOCCER TEAM Front Row: Seton Chase, Xavier Ramirez, Glen Pringle, Peter Ristevski, Rudy Borrelli, Roberto Narbaitz, Joe DeRose, Keith Knox. Second Row: Andy Kirk, Mark Vincent, Rudi Kovacko, William Stafford, John Gill, Warren Eberlin. 40 Men’s Volleyball Overall the volleyball season for the 3 engineering teams has been one of mild disappointment. At the beginning of the season, hopes were high and there was talk of engineering teams sweeping all three divisions. Engineering Ill’s season came down to the last game. Victory meant first place and oddly enough a loss meant no playoff birth in a tightly bunched third division race. Despite a stellar effort the team lost and was eliminated from the playoffs. Engineering II has had the same nucleus of players for the past 3 seasons. The past 2 years the team had been stopped short of winning the title by those horse- faced foesfrom New College, when New College moved up to the first division this year Engineering II figured to be the team to beat in the second division ; however, by the last match of the season the engineers were faced with a “must win” situation to make the playoffs. The foul smelling Jocks were to provide the op- position. Eng. II pulverized the = ? = ’s in the first game of the match; however the stench from their soggy shorts began to take its toll. The engineers began to stagger and look disorganized. The team looked to coach Mike Hantzch to call a time out and reorganize but Mike had long since been rendered unconscious due to his close encounter with a jock’s pair of unhealthy smelling running shoes. -Asid e-Mike Hantzch is a very explosive coach when conscious. While coaching he spends most of the time gnawing on the referee’s ankle and the rest of the time insulting him.... Well anyway, the simple-minded sheep-lovers from Phys. Ed. won the match and eliminated a very strong Eng. II team from further competition. The Engineering I team has been overwhelming to say the least. Fine spiking by Arrarat Hocetaglu, Steve Miehe, John Kita, J. C. DiGambattista, John loanidis coupled with pin-point setting by Mike Hantzch, Paul Joe, and Angie Bacopoulos have combined to make for one the strongest Engineering Volleyball teams in many a year. The team at the time of writing this article is 8 wins 0 losses and is headed for the league title. Thanks to all who participated this year and here’s looking forward to next year. Track and Field Jc Although lacking in numbers, Engineering Track finished 3rd overall. Unhindered by the ever-present stench of Phys. Ed. at Varsity Stadium, almost a dozen Skulemen trekked north, leaving their labs and calculators behind for mouldy track shoes and sweaty towels. Outstanding runners were T. McKay, D. Samaroo, C. Difillipo and M. MacKenzie; with honourables to S. Tudor, G. Pringle, T. Piper, J. Cocchio, C. Cather and B. Doherty. Special thanks to our ringer, ‘Flash’, who once said, ‘Wow, man! You gotta run to see the stars!’ Our goal next year is to win the meet, and have at least a dozen participants. Run next year, or throw a Javelin. 41 Lacrosse The year was not an extremely successful year for the lacrosse team. Nevertheless it was not a bad year. While the team could have played better, they could also have played worse. Even though some games were lost, others were won. The new members of the team were very valuable and an integral part of our reasonable showing. The old members weren’t bad either. There were no injuries this year save but one. Ernsch Z. Abawaznichtzol had to have a lacrosse ball surgically removed from his stomach. He has since learned to never play without a helmet and with his mouth opened. 42 Engineering fielded (or courted, if you will) three teams this year. At this writing the season is not yet completed, but the finish looks promising. The first team, led by Chris Morgan and starring David Dimmer, Lome Merkur and Howard (the Whip) Simon will make it to the playoffs in March and stand a good chance against the two strong Meds teams. Team II A , cap- tained by Tom Bernard with Bob Goodman, Gilbert Raiskums, John Homer, Shahrokh Shah, James Grant, Bruce Smith, Shawn Griffin and Jeff Dawkins also will make the playoffs and faces a team from Scarborough that should have been in Division I. Team 1 1 B with Brian Sooley, Al Seskus, Jim Mourn, Martin Geffen, Mike Konopczynski, John Hodgson, Mark Gray, Lorenz Sigurdson and Ken Ashworth have got a good chance for the playoffs. The turnout for squash this year was by far larger than in previous years and enthusiasm for the game was shown by everyone involved. The Women in Engineering Innertube Waterpolo team had its second successful season. This year the competition was more organized and provided the team with a more challenging season. However, talent and hard work dominated and the Engineering team won all 5 of their season games. It was off to the semifinals where the Engineering Women again showed the results of their excellent coaching. Unfortunately, due to the scheduling, the final game was played im- mediately after the semi-final and the team was tired. The final game ended in a tie, and in sudden death overtime, Forestry, on a lucky shot slipped the ball past our ever vigilant, over-tired goalie. Special thanks go to Tim Maryon and all the women who suffered the bruises and scratches at the hands of Vic, Pharmacy, and Forestry. Debbie Allen Team Manager Women’s Basketball Women’s Basketball (Winter Term) Despite a poor turnout of young ladies, the Women in Engineering Basketball team got off to a good start by winning their first game. The season was un- fortunately played with many defaults. Our girls ad- vanced to the semi-finals having only played two games. They eventually lost in a close game to Forestry. Final note: As the manager of the team, I would like to thank the girls who came out to the practices and the games. Thank you. Pat Murray Chem Eng III Top Row: Livia Cesario, Bebbie Bartolini, Karen Kennedy, Barb Shykoff Other Row: Barb Zdasiuk, Debbie Anthony, Pat Murray Other Position: Ilona Bubelis innertube water Polo Women’s volleyball Women’s Hockey In response to coach Ange Bacopoulos’ demands, the girls are now “using their bodies” and the results this far are showing the wisdom of his words. Undefeated entering the playoffs, there is every possibility that the team will again win the Recreational Division Championship. Excellent turnouts, high spirit and good humour typified the general atmosphere of the season. Even stiff competition from the Nurses-lnnis team and Dentistry could not stop the Engineering Machine! The Women’s Engineering Hockey Team finished the season with an almost perfect record a 4 to 1 loss- win record. We put forth a tremendous effort, but unfortunately failed to match the shooting abilities of the other teams. In spite of the loss, we had a great time and will be looking forward to a more promising season next year after all, there’s only one way to go UP! The team would like to express their sincere thanks to Professor Selby and Don Rogers for their time and effort in making us look like a hockey team. 45 women’s intramural Swim Team Senior Hockey This year’s senior engineering hockey team, although employing a surplus of rookie talent, is still managing a respectable showing. Coached by the year’s most valuable player, Scott Gibson, the Skulemen seem to be held back only by their lack of practice and injuries. Fine defensive efforts by Ken Kryklywy, Bob Williams, Randy Warren and John Halpin have managed to hold the opposition down while goaltenders Nick Stark and Kirk Nesbitt are able to turn away most remaining drives. The forwards, operating with depleted ranks of only two forward lines, still managed a formidable offence with Randy Lesco centering Tom Halpenny and Dave Salari and Jim Mourn collaborating with Roy Gibson and Jamie DeLuce, two high powered lines were produced and proved to be unstoppable. 46 The Junior Engineering Inter-faculty Hockey Team put together another strong club this year, helped out by some veterans from last year’s team. Returning are centre Doug Fehr, wingers Rick Chorkawy, Peter Wolfl and Steve Ainsley, and defencemen Mitch Roy, Brian Laughton, Bruce Easterbrooke and Dave Moriyama. The team also recruited many fine new rookies, increasing their scoring power with forwards Steve Howard, Paul Rickey, John Skrypek, Scott Merritt, John Gulbinas and Rob Wilkes. New on defence are John Cocchio, Lucas Gadouchis and Mike Kramer. Combined with the steady goaltending of Steve Hubbins and Gord Tulley, the team has made a fine showing this year and team coach Kirk Nesbitt feels that the team should be a contender for the cham- pionship. Jr. Hockey 47 ’s waicrpoio The infamous Engineering waterpolo team is once more at large! Last year’s team, adjourning briefly from DJ’s to deign to enter the water with mere mortals, somehow neglected to net sufficient goals tokeep the waterlogged KNERDS from KNOX at bay, and the Championship was rather foolishly awarded to our feeble opposition. This year, in spite of losing our captain, Bill Chisholm and MVP Geoff Brown, a HARD-core team of veterans remain and the masses can do little but tremble and falter in their wake. A playoff berth is virtually assured, and the championship may finally be returned to the rightful masters of the water. TEAM MEMBERS: Henry Vehovec, Richard Hooper, Ralph Hofmann, Paul Milgrom, Cameron Series, Brian Lynam, Hgh Fraser, Andy MacKay, Tim Maryon (Coach). Men’s intramural swim Team 48 Rugger This year’s season was only one try short of capturing our second consecutive rugby championship. We lost the final 4-0 to the F! Jocks in weather none of us will forget. (The sweaters haven’t dried yet.) So we’re settling for reaching our fifth consecutive final, indicating that the power still lies in the Skule team. From Top to bottom Thankful mention must go to MVP Derick Colaco, whose many tries and fieldgoals are going to place him in the unemployment line next year. (How does a little pecker run that fast, anyhow?) Thanks go to some of you for making those 8:00AM practices on time, but congratulations go to all who finished the season in one piece. Too bad, Lyndon. See you all next year. Oliver Cole Jim Bouroukis Craig Webster Mark Hann Paul Joannou Jeff Irish John Taylor Doug Robertson Steve Tower John Cocchio Derick Colaco Jean Mark Valade John Nielsen Charlie Singer and somewhere in there Remus Gudelis (Coach) — JENKINS. Choosing the right valve is an easy decision Talk to your Jenkins distributor or contact Jenkins Bros. Limited, Lachine, Que Clubs and Grads These are the leaders of to- morrow, those who will make our world a safer, more comfortable place to live. . . . Emmemmessicus Electrocutus Civilus CHEM CUB My colleagues and I are proud of the successes and achievements of past graduates. We continue to be impressed (but not sur- prised!) by the important positions which many graduates now occupy. Despite the doubts that may be raised by the photographs on this page, I have every confidence that the members of the graduating class of 1978 will, in due course, bring credit to themselves and the Department as they follow careers in industry, government and education! I wish every member of the class success, and look forward to having each one of you return for a visit from time-to-time. Good Luck. M.E. Charles Professor and Chairman w 7 52 T- James Vincent Altitonante Patrick Amiel Douglas I.B. Barbour Craig Irwin Beattie John Benetti Esther Susan Bobet Joseph J . Bruno Kevin John Burns Angelo George Castellan Edward Chang-Yen John Richard Chay Victor Leonard Cichonski Marc Couturier Larry Ernest Cross Mary Ann Cross Donald George Crowe Terence Roy Davison Thomas Arthur Day Joe De Rose Nick De Matteo David Wayne Egan John Allan Falls George Fazekas Floria E. Fiumana Elio Walter Fracalanza John Franciosa Jaime Furman Domenic Anthony Gesualdi Murray Ross Gray Edmund Walter Gulbinas Jill Frances Hales CHEMICAL Michael Alexander Hantzsch John Anthony Harpula Ka-Luk Ho Sandra Karen Hughes Blaine Gregory Hartley Tom Homatidis Gordon Jerry Hoy Stephen Hing Yat Hung Susan Ing Carol Anne Kisil Sandra Elisabeth Kok April Kuki Kono Edward Victor Kuratczyk Tze Wong Lee Gary S. Locke Gr ant Edward McCracken Robert Andrew Michalowicz Mary Rose Mihalovich Norman Hisaya Morikawa William Kevin Munns Patrick Wayne Mycan Douglas George Nelson Cecilia Wai Kuen Ng Do Not Create An Image - . Bradley Michael Cassolato James Justin Tansen Cherian Alfred TW Chiu Bruce Collins David Verne Howatt Andrei Leonida Demetrios Louskos Tim N. Macoritto Mark McPherson Andrew P. Piotrowski Thomas James Ryan Matthew Siu Kai Tsang Kenneth Kenji Omotani Brian Donal Parsonson Rodney Grant Paterson Donald Albert Riddle Peter Ristevski Allan Donald Roden Craig Sellers Donald W.A. Stewart Andrew Thomas Studley Robert William Sugiyama Patricia Jane Sullivan Piero Joseph Suppa Tina Tam l in MacDonald Thomson William Guy Timbers Hovsep Torossian Timothy Savage Watson John Beresford Watt Paul Wilde Donald Stuart Wood Ting Kwok Yuen Tammy Ying Choi Ng Monica Ethel O ' Reilly Engineering is one thing. Engineering for us is quite another. There ' s nothing dull about engineering your own challenge. And that ' s where your Engineering career in the Canadian Armed Forces begins. From there, your career possibilities are unlimited. In the Canadian Forces, the different engineering disciplines are divided into 5 major classifications: Maritime Engineering Military Engineering Land Ordnance Engineering Aerospace Engineering Electronic and Communications Engineering. You ' ll work with varied and sophisticated equipment on challenging projects in many parts of the world, face the responsibilities of leadership entrusted to you as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces, and you ' ll enjoy the opportunity of working in all fields of engineering without being overly limited to any one. Accepted qualified applicants will be given officer rank on entry, and an excellent salary along with many benefits. Security, promotions and opportunities for post-graduate training all add up to a worthwhile and personally rewarding career. If that ' s what you ' re looking for, it ' s time we got together. Write, including your engineering qualifica- tions to date, to the Director of Recruiting and Selection, National Defence Headquarters, Ottawa, Ontario, or visit your nearest Canadian Armed Forces Recruiting Centre, listed under " Recruiting " in the Yellow Pages. ASK US YOU. CIVIL CLUB It is only natural that the ‘Civil’ club can come up year after year with such excellent events that ‘civilize’ life around Skule. They are good fun (most of the time!), the highlight of the year being the Civil Club dinner (perhaps better called the ‘Staff roast’). Tb Frank DeCaria and all those who helped him throughout the year to make life for students and staff more stimulating and enjoyable a special ‘thank you’. Gary Heinke, Chairman 58 59 nni Joh Gerard DiLullo imo D i P. Doug I Howar on 3auer 3l L evy C i Habib Anggad; J Charle Peter J. Hayman Kenneth Yat-Hing Hui James Jackson Gopaul Chandra Jagernauth Gordon Foster Jarvis Bradley Arthur David Patterson Edward Percival Gilbert Peverini Andy Wing Keung Poon Ken David Price Peter Richard Quail Leon Terence Rudanycz Vladimir Kadlec Rudi Kovacko David Stephen Kriger Kenneth Lacivita George Lamberakis Hwa Young Fred Lee David Chi-Wai Leung Alan Stephen Levine Donald S. 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MacLAREN LIMITED CONSULTING ENGINEERS, PLANNERS AND SCIENTISTS EDMONTON • WINNIPEG • WINDSOR • LONDON • WATERLOO • WILLOWDALE OTTAWA • FREDERICTON « MONCTON « DARTMOUTH ELECTRICAL Club This has been a memorable year for all of us. Probably each of you has spent more time in a library this year than ever before in your lives. But pity the deprived (aside: note, carefully ‘i’ not ‘a’) graduates of 7T8. Their record of library at- tendance will easily be bettered by everyone else nowinSKULE. Of course, libraries have been a burning issue to your Chairman too! He has spent more time negotiating the logistics of libraries than he hopes ever to spend again. A second hope is that the class of 7T8 will not miss the opportunity to better all of us who remain behind, in the use of libraries and what that implies. You have all heard, and in theory have learned, that learning never stops, though teaching may. In this regard each and every one of you, graduate or not, will have a special challenge this year. It is to learn to cope with an increasingly hostile world, ignorant of what professional education is or should be, ignorant of the im- portance of each of you in creating the jobs which, in the simplistic sense, have fled, without knowing why. Do not despair! As the surrounding scenes attest, it is not your nature. Good work, good cheer and good fun have brought you this far. Keep it up! Remember that old , renowned bon mot ! ‘Daring Daunts Difficulty!’ ELECTRICAL CLUB Look! x r ew breach % Footnotes Born with daring, November 4, 1977. Functioning optimism — that’s what I’ve been promoting! Integrated bilingualism — the way of the future. Foot notes, without which no learned treatise is complete. K. C. Smith Dept. Chairman Sanjay Ratnakar Adhav Alexander Donald Armstrong Alan Collins Aslett Martin D. 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YORK borgjCwarner YORK DIVISION OF BORG-WARNER (CANADA) LTD 326 Rexdale Blvd., Rexdale, Ontario M9W 1 R6 Branches and Distributors across Canada HOW TO GET A YEARBOOK OIT ON TIME L Bj:, A DIVISION OF JOSTEN S KING EDWARD STREET WINNIPEG MANITOBA R3H 0 4 March 2, 1978 Mr. Peter Noble University of Toronto Faculty of Engineering 11 Kings College Road Toronto, Ontario M5S 1H4 Dear Mr. Noble: Artwork " B " and " C " submitted for page 69 of your Yearbook is taken from a magazine and it is therefore copyright. Please forward a written copyright release which will enable us to reproduce the cartoons or, if it is not available, replacement material. Pages 87 and 110 are being held out of production since a number of pictures and artwork have not been forwarded. Please forward these as soon as possible Please forward the written copyright release required for page 69 prior to March 15th. If a reply is not received, we will proceed by deleting the artwork . Sincerely, MISS ANNE LYSAK CONSULTANT YEARBOOK CUSTOMER SERVICE AL dn cc: M. SPENCER 69 ft f» Y jSJ|P||PP mm Andrew William Acelvari Kenneth Leslie Ashworth Gary Cecil Barber Edward William Beaton William Michael Campbell David Stanley Caverly Selim Chaarawi Man Sang Choi Jackson Hsi Yung Chow Isaac Yun-Pak Chung Albert Cyriel De Saegher David Michael Dimmer Moshe Eizenman Paul Zane Freedman Paul Joseph Gierszewski David W. Goldhar Robert Marvin Goodman Christopher Keith Groves George Harauz Richard Elliott Johnston George Jung ENGINEERING Masahiro Kawaji Terrence Edward Knight Victor John Kulikauskas Barry Anthony Lay James Lee Stephen William Letros Frederick Emanuel Lipski Stephen Michael Liska James Kin Ching Liu Joseph William Lstiburek Tending Towards Anonymity: Janis Lea Campbell Robert Hamilton Craig Richard Andrew Edwards Dale Bill McKinney Holger W. Simmatis Michael Grant Watters 72 David Brian MacFarlane Neil John McNeill A moose is still a moose A goose is still a WAAAAA Aardvarks eat ants Donald Roy Melton Michael Ligouri Moher Christopher William Morgan W. Donald Morison Robert Clifford Morrison Alrafik Pabani Ian D. Pattie Sergio Petrella Douglas E. Pickett Anthony E. Martin Przybylski Gilbert Albert Raiskums Brian Ernest Henry Reiss David M . Schenck Barbara Ellen Shykoff Lorenz Willard Sigurdson Benjamin Leo Sprachman William Joel Stewart Henry Teichman Wai Chung Tong Howard Wellington Trickey Mark Alexander Vincent Robbie Paul Waltman Gary Earl Wharram Glynn Thom as W i 1 1 i am s Wong Wone Oliver Yang Richard Doug Cheu Yee Kar Kin John Zao Barbara Jean Zdasiuk Peter Victor Brian Zorzella GEOLOGICAL CLIO It ' s a dog ' s life 4 horses, 3 riders, travelling quickly, this way. . . . (Soar ' d ' ) again 7 know we ' re here . . . somewhere! " " I don ' t know! Ho. . Hum ( •» ■ Debra Susan Anthony Paul Andrew Peter Argent Angelos Bacopoulos Debra Bartolini John Alexander Blair Ronald James Boocock Frank Remo Cappuccitti Christopher Joseph Deluca Chiaying Duan Martin Wilhelmus Edelenbos Jeremy Anthony Faria George Arthur Gorzynski Jacques Roland Houle John Barry Hyde John Henry Kita David John Lapp Robin Charles Matthews Brian David McChesny Frank Richard Miles Gabriel Niculae Richard Nicholas Oskirko James David Williams Stanley Bogomir Plesko Rudy Michael Rybansky William John Sercombe Ronald Daniel Sinkiewicz Thomas Camillo Stubens Harvey Tadashi Sugarnori Claus Gunter Wiese Irwin Wislesky fWi 7b 77 E. students. Club r0 e 6 ° ® v ® ' ' e 1 1,,e fSS 5 Sfcn‘ and opinions ol nartment. ests ot the !»sfcsss«jei»s format — department David Haip er,n en the tnu- noo-j - dusU ia e ' ■ri dU ottheiectm eha ' ' ' mad e substantiaijenova ? 3 g§S£ heid with the h - s year a success. »SVoaU ol nelpea— " HalPe,i " , have been misled We live in a ‘®° u e nt ' 1°“ ® Sean? ' V P re u fe n d ’bv e w , s d°m w . King (?) at y try- DO rtent ous permeates m» n this u that P° " , t he , , Engin ee,s -S ne,iious,c,iv,e . Unno. . has oraanUebvs ' io ve b een .JESS ' ?rganiza.ion ot ne actwW es ssfiiifS «S» 1 SSS! ' Sincerely yours, profesor and Chairman Michel Laurent Chamberland Peter Chia Shen Chen Freddie Kwok On Cheung Hsiu Chuan (Katie) Chiang Wai Ming Wendy Chong James Sidney Dale INDUSTRIAL Gratis David Charles Donnan William Arthur Warren Eberlin Richard Donald Ewasiuk Kenneth Takashi Fukunaga Douglas William Gerhart Andrew Robert Gizbert Sheldon Glowinski Myer Sheldon Godfrey Robert Gary Goodman Bryan David Hackett David Halperin Henry John Gerard Hendriks Robert Douglas Jennett James Karygiannis Peter Lawrence Keen Roman Philip Kruczaj Robert Kuzminski 80 Susan Diane Lampinen Sung Ho Lee William John Legge Chun Keung Frank Liu Lawrence Mah Evan Paul Malloch David Charles McDowell Bruce L. McKee Michael David Meissner George Myhal Albert Kwok-Biu Ong Gregory Alan Osadetz Steven Istvan Petes Bernhard Paul Pon Rein Arvo Raud William Edward Reeve William Brian Ridout Robert Douglas Bruce Robertson Robert John Russel Kenneth Sadler Jonathan Henry Shields Yuk Sze Shum Thomas Howard Simpson Michael M. Sloan Emmanuel Afolabi Sopeju William Bruce Thomson Michael Edmund Treacy Laura Jane Ward James Clive Williams Laird McFarland Wilson Nazih Yousef Wayne Zachar Missing in Inaction: William Anker Philip David Crabtree Earl Arnold Duke Glenn Stephen Iwasa UTME students are the greatest. For example, no other department has higher average high school grades entering first year — and I know this high level of intellectual attainment permeates all four years of our undergraduate program. But besides this, after UTME students finish aceing their courses, they have time to be winners in other pursuits. For example, for the last three years UTME has won the highly esteemed chariot race — overcoming the rigours of winter, the aggressiveness of embryo engineers from other disciplines, and the cheers of artsies ringing King’s College Circle. The students of UTME have good spirit, good intellect and will make first-class engineers. I salute them all. Dr. Scott Mechanical Chairman 83 Rob G. Abbott R obert W. Adoranti Franco Albonese Richard Douglas Balmer James Baxter Stephen John Conquergood Arthur Crandell James Arthur Daniels Bruce Douglas Dodds Stephen H. Donaldson Kenneth James Donnelly Johannes Marinus Doomernik Judith Alison Doyle Bruce Gordon Duff Bruce Edwards Mary Joan Egan Mark Donald Ewen Danny Luigi Fornasier Sheldon Bornstein Paul Cargnelli Antonio Luigi Cautillo Roman Yung-Tim Chiu Chiu Maurice Patrick Choy Yuen Yin Chuk Barrington Balfore Coke Graziano Colaiacovo James D. Colson f Christopher Mark Forster Antonio Galati Michael Philip Gerard Gary Robert Gress Thomas Arthur Halpenny B. N. Stanley Ho David William Hopper John Craig Hughes Paul E. Jansen Robert Hunt Ketchen Axel Kuhn Kang Yiu Kenny Lai Hak Wah Commillo Lam Brian Ross Laughton Kenneth Peter Lehman Colin Thomas Lock Michael Leo Loughry Christopher George Mackie Joao Manuel Mateus Earl Scott Merritt Robert Mongiat James Norman Mourn Derek Ernest Nash Kenneth J. Noble Aly Bassit Demetrius Kailiazis Gordon Edward Butterfield Joseph Hei Ho Lam Glyn F. Cook Wing Wilson Lee Sandy Fabbri Martin Desmond Murray Peter Clifford Gates Mustapha Subsoub John Walter Jesenak Ka Fai John Sham John Douglas Norris Peter John Perchthold Kempford E. Robertson Richard Bruce Tomson Gordon B. 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Beaver Having accumulated all possible data, the results were tabulated and processed by our resident expert to ultimately find . . THE ANSWER! 94 The Professional Development Committee is concerned with increasing students’ awareness of engineering as a profession. Its activities include participation in three student conferences and co- ordination of a national engineering students’ newsletter. Professional Development Eight U of T delegates attended the Tenth Congress of Canadian Engineering Students in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Under the theme ‘The Engineering Undergraduate and his Education in Canada’, course content, teaching methods and trends in engineering education were examined. As a follow up, an evening with Dean Etkin, interested students and faculty was held to further discuss the topic. 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Davis Women ' s Committee Chairman Bruce G. Duff Social Committee Chairman William E. Moore Fourth Year Chairman Thomas H. Simpson Executive SAC Representative • Robert Yates Blue and Gold Chairman 96 Karen Kennedy Professional Development Committee Chairman COMPLIMENTS OF ROMAN CORPORATION DENISON MINES Suite 5900 Sonin Tower p.o. Box 40 Royal Bank Plaza Toronto, Ontario M5J 2H2 COMPLIMENTS OF ALLIED PHOTO SERVICES 1 1 1 Bathurst St. {65-1055 Compliments tl ROOT WIRE LTD. 350 Orcttda Rd. Brampton Ontario L6T IG8 97 The triple prize winning, quadruple record setting, CN TOWER Eaton Centre Spadina Subway opening, wedding and parade crashing, shoe shining, record and coke selling, Flrosh orientating tour bus captivating, halftime entertaining, trophy presenting, caper leading, chariot race starting, Grad Ball disrupting, rocket launching, polka playing, blood transfusing, alcohol infusing, crowd amusing, music abusing, national television newsing, troll mask using, money loosing, talent oozing, Jingle Bell Rock and Alley Cat Fusing, imposter band accusing, beer choosing, strip tease conducing, event confusing, record contract perusing, street car cruising, sheet music disusing, drum stick misusing, monk enthusing, Toike and Yearbook Editor excusing, Mickey Mice bemusing L G M B Proudly Presents (ds al fine) After 30 years of musical revolutionizing, the Lady Godiva Memorial Band is still alive and broke, setting musical standards of quality and style rarely even approached by “professional” bands. And like our old wine, the band improves with drinking. This year the LGMB is indebted to the prolific sales of its newest album, BAND WIThTHE RUNS , being surpassed only by its production costs. (Buy our records, buy our Cokes! ) With a membership of 2 to 40, the Band thrilled audiences for everything from Polish weddings to Subway openings and Blues games to rocket launchings. The BNAD increased its muscically repertoire this year 20 percent by introducing two new pieces: the Washington and Lee March and Sousa’s famous “Be Kind to Your Web-footed Friends”, (Because a Duck May Be Somebody’s Mother), both with vocal interludes. Some minor deletions occurred, but these met with unanimous approval. “Hey Jude” was among those to bite the dust and die an unholy, unnatural death, to the great relief of our devoted listeners. May it rest in peace. This is a Wintario Project. 98 Even the Band was annoyed yet astounded by the number of members who can suddenly materialize upon the mention of a Slave Auction! On the whole, though, it appreciates all the musical contributions from every source (no matter how dubious the quality ). Special thanks go to the stalwart core of bandsmen who gave unstintingly at great personal sacrifice through heat, snow, and rainy football games. That’s the kind of spirit (hie) needed in this organization! They know who they are, and can’t be thanked enough. The regularly attended hockey games were a veritable fountain of inspiration, although we were severely taxed having to play Blue and White about 200 times during the season (We didn’t really mind). Special thanks go to the players and coaches of the Varsity Blues football team for their very kind letter of appreciation for the band’s traditional team support. And in response to your many kind letters, our dog is recovering quite well. Except Chub. 99 How to Produce 1. SELL ADVERTISING Your very Own Depending on how tight the Engineering Society is feeling at the particular time, the ads you sell may have to fund the Toike entirely. If this is the case, ads are very important since they determine the size and technical characteristics of the paper you can produce. Advertisers should be impressed with the circulation of past Toikes and buy willingly at almost any price. Extraordinary persuasive techniques may, of course, be necessary to pay for that extra colour or those last 2 pages. 2. DIG UP ATHENE While not absolutely essential, a theme adds unity and a sense of purpose to your otherwise unrelated collection of drivel and trash. Parodies of other publications are good themes, as they allow you to steal a few pages verbatim when that well of ideas (the old Playboy collection, of course) runs dry 3.GATHER YOUR WRITERS Given proper conditions and suitable refreshments, as illustrated above, almost any half-wit, as illustrated above, _ can be persuaded to produce stories. After you have read them and thrown them out, you can fill your paper by pilfering old Toikes and the odd good Enginews. 4. SURVEY AVAILABLE PHOTOS Photos add visual impact io the paper. They make good replacements for unsightly trapped white, and, in time of trouble, can be blown up incredibly large on the smallest excuse. A single picture can be used to fill a centrespread. They also don’t diminish your valuable editorial, sleeping or study time, as there are always people crawling around who fancy themselves photographers and get off on playing with chemicals in dark rooms. 5. TYPESET ARTICLES To make your paper look so good that noone will notice that it doesn’t have anything to say, it is only necessary to typeset it. This requires about one and a half times as long as typing it, but its aesthetic qualities make proofreading less critical. It also gives you the freedom to choose larger typefaces, and sizes, to expand even a short article into something that looks really long. Strangely enough, most people will be fooled. 100 Once you have typeset your material and determined how much you are short of copy (you never have too much, no matter how much there is — rule of thumb) you have to find suitable filler for the rest of the space you are printing. Photographs have already been mentioned, but cartoons, especially if they are totally unrelated to anything else at all, are always fun. If you happen to have some books around of wierd, preferably old pictures that noone could possibly be interested in, they are probably perfect. People aren’t supposed to read Toikes anyway, just complain about them. 7 PASTE IT DOWN Actually this is a misnomer. The fluid you use is wax. A good source of this is collecting it at fancy French ; restaurants, as the candle burns down during that extra- special makeup meal. If you are thin-skinned enough that the inevitable Eng. Soc. complaints still bother you, you can rationalize it on the grounds that you were saving them money on supplies (wax), and of course, you had to eat anyway. PROOFREAD Proofreading eliminates pages like this. You should only do it if you don’t want pages like this. Proofreading is done only for yourself, and as such is unimportant unless you have a lot of time to kill. Avoid overzealous proofreading. Some people aren’t happy unless they can find an error in someone else’s work, and you can always pretend you were trying to cater to them. 9 . TAKE IT TO THE PRINTERS They are always happy to see you. Most of the publications they receive are dry and boringly competent. The Toike has a longstanding reputation for happily uninhibited incompetence. Even if you slip up and produce something serious for a change, the printers will think it hilarious and love it. They will sometimes love it so much that you have to be careful that they do not decide to keep it for themselves and censor the copies they give you for public 10 . ENJOY THE FINISHED PRODUCT. Since you are going to hear nothing but complaints for it, you may as well enjoy it yourself. People love running down the Toike, as these typical comments show. After all, you produced it for your own satisfaction anyway, didn ' t you? It’s not like you ' re getting paid to do this. And if everybody hates it so much, how come all the copies get snapped up so fast 7 Ten Easy Steps Chinese Engineering Students Association The C.E.S.A. expanded to the East and West to help the other associations gain recognition. This has been achieved through several successful activities. In the beginning, there was Profit Margin. The Engineers saw this, and they were sorely troubled. For Profit Margin, they realized, meant Higher Prices. And so they conferred, and thus the idea for the Engineering Stores was born. From humble beginnings (photo A) in the 1890’s, the stores grew in scope from stationery only, through several expansions to encompass the wide variety available today. In recent years, the expansions have been accompanied by changes in location. The Stores has been in the Mill Building (photo B) -now Haultain- the Engineering Annex (photo C), and we are now settled into the huge premises of the Old Metro Library (photo D). The Stores Through History The move into the third floor of the Library was preceded by a very successful break-in and arson (by persons unknown) to the Annex location. The damage to stock due to fire and water was well over $18,000; the resultant inconveniences are inestimable in scope, and include the fact that exam reprints were late (non- existent for some courses), as well as the fact that the Stores was closed for the month of October, forcing students to search for sales in order to get affordable supplies. However, under the watchful guidance of manager Ken, our ever-lovely and efficient saleslady, June, assisted ' (at various times) by Barb Vinette, Bev Chapman, Terry Shilson, Leslie Guyatt, Lyndon Humber and Bonnie Carson, once again the vast organization has been worked into one integrated system. The Stores is a tradition. The Stores is yours. Keep taking advantage of it. (But BEFORE 4:15!) «-lmnmnnnrrBwyroTrg g innrinmnnrgTpnnnn ooooooooooooooooooo 0 00 QQOQOQ Q QQgQ QOOOOOOQOOOQOOttfla ft ft SLSUL 1 L!ML! JLSLSUULSLSL JLAJULkJULJLJLSLSlJLSULSLSLSLSLSLJLSLSLSL September — Sid-Smith Clean-up. October(Halloween) — a PRESENT to SAC. 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Toronto, Ontario Phone: 363-7646 Finest Chinese Foods THE ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS OF THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 1027 Yonge Street Toronto, Canada M4W 3E5 GORE a STORRIE LIMITED CONSU LTING ENGINEERS 1670 BAYVIEW AVENUE TORONTO, ONTARIO M4G 3C2 Telephone 416-961-1100 Best Wishes from Rio Algom Limited 120 Adelaide Street, W., Suite 2600, Toronto, Ontario CRANE PACKING 423 Green Road, Stoney Creek, Ont. 961-8211 Published by Josten ' s National School Services Ltd. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Have you ever been in a big paper bag and touched the sky? As the red of the setting sun disappears over the tip of the church spire and the blue-blackness of night takes over the sky I sit and think of ways to fill this page and finish it all with a sigh. Here is the rub: the grind is too fine fora filter like mine. Singing of life’s infirmities in a pasture of dts and sanitary drinking habits can make one one with the one that one needs to be one with. I am not knotting my thoughtfulness with fears of the past exploits of the unimagined realities of the last couple of months, make it years. At least just make it. How do I comport myself in the prescience of the force? There are no limits to explaining these events which were or is or have been so humbly taken upon me that which to put existence into them for their sheer and fascinating depth of vary ashun. The thrust of the matter is what is missing and should be replaced; but for the lack of reasonable Gods would be. Thus it behoooooves me to right this misfortune, at least pa rtially, with the aid of this communicator at my tips. The mellow sound of the ice clinking in my glass refreshes my vigour over and above life’s basal levels and the thoughts of sensuality gone by on previous occasions fills my key armed fingers inexorably to the lines unfolding before you. How can this be? When is it possible to allow oneself the freedom to relax the social bonds that deny what is throbbing to escape? Alas it is not for me to know that of which I jabber on oblivious to the building throng in my veins without the help of artificial mood adjusters... such as I shall presently consume... An inner voice says that there is nothing more that I may say; I shall obey. What do I mean? If I could arrange a sentence for the life of me I would. For then my crystal clarity of deltic mindless wanderings would point me somewhere. At lessor times I have been inviable with my extracelestial soul and thus have no understanding of guiltless people who can destroy one’s inner being without having to philosophically attempt to contact it. Lest this happen again I will beware the pitfalls. I mean that life is one big bag and the last link to sanity is so thin that I could lavish the world with green peace and vegetarian strawberries I greet thee with happiness and a wish for good things to come to your door. May all the luck in the world follow you through the day and keep your feet from going astray. Doesn’t the cool crisp beginning of a day like today fill you with the effervescent-bubblingover-type-spring-is-a-coming clarity of thought that only occurs too infrequently in our lives? Now it’s time to sit back and enjoy the work that the will of those who are d ivine have provided you to do to fulfill your purpose and place in this often awesome mostly beautiful world. Not once but twice have I been thinking of the sky, and every time I think on it the reason slips me by. I couldn’t understand the need for giving thought to this until I came across a quote on washroom walls which tells the tale of grey baboons swinging through the trees and climbing toward the sky; the sky which always seems to wait your wandering by, as reason did the line before, and nights upon the floor I’m all alone and dealing blew. I have left the land of the living and joined our four-fathers where there is peace of mind and nothing that binds me to the last token efforts made upon the battle field of previous days gone by. The recording of time becomes harmonious as my body sublimes into relaxation and my soul soars Do you understand?

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