University of Western Ontario - Occidentalia Yearbook (London, Ontario Canada)

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In chief an Open Book proper edged and clasped Or. ln fesse two Hurts each charged with a demi-lion rampant double queued issuant Ermine Ducally crowned Gold And in base within an Annulet a Stag trippant of the second. On a Chief of the third a Sun rising Gules. And for the Crest on a Wreath of the Colours in front of a Branch of Maple Gules an Open Book as in the Arms as the same are in the margin hereof more plainly depicted. In the curious world and language of heraldry, this is the official description of Western's Coat of Arms. The following is its unofficial translation. The main portion of the Coat of Arms is the shield. lt is quartered by a St. Andrew's Cross Isaltirej, two parts coloured purple IPur- purei, and two silver fArgentl. In the upper portion fin chiefl, is an open book, usually denoting the Christian Bible, in its natural fproperj colours, the clasps in gold KOH. lf a line or band Ifessej were in- cluded, its normal position would be across the middle of the shield. In its place Un iessej, however, are two blue circles which represent the hurtle- lor huckle-l berry, and the name is abbreviated to "Hurts", ln each is the upper half of a lion fdemi-lionj standing upright fram- pantj, double-tailed fqueuedj, in Ermine, and wearing a Duke's coronet. They are known as the "peache lions", since they were taken from the Coat of Arms of Canon Alfred Peache, whose money started the University in 1878. In the lower section of the shield Ibasei, is an "Annulet", a ring of the sort which might be borne on a charge of a nobleman. It encircles a stag which is walking or trotting ftrippantj, which is shown by the one lifted hoof. In an official descri- ption of a shield, no colour should be mentioned twice, so the stag is said to be "of the second", the second-mentioned colour, or silver. The stag is taken from the Coat of Arms of the City of London to de- note the University's status as a municipal university. Affixed to the top of the shield ron a Chiefl, is a section coloured gold, the third mentioned colour fof the thirdi, containing a rising sun in red IC-iulesj. The crest is the "Open Book", as in the official description, using the same colouring, but larger and "more plainly depicted". The "Wreath" was originally the knight's mantle, using the colours of the shield, in this case purple, silver, and gold. Artistic changes through the centuries have modified it into ribbons. Canadian Maple leaves in red fgulesl complete the crest. The Esquire's helmet, not mention- ed in the description, supports the crest, and is a distinction granted to universities. The two supporters on either side of the shield are described by "On the dexter side a Moose, and on the sinister side a Lynx both Or." On the "dexter" side of the shield, that is, the right side of anyone wearing it, and the left side of any- one facing it, is a Moose. On the "sinister" or left side fthe viewer's rightl, is a Lynx. Both are in gold 1Orj. Commonly known as "Fred and Archie", they were granted the University as a compliment by the College of Arms, since they are distinctively Canadian animals. The "Truth and Service" motto was also granted by virtue of the-fact that it was in the original crest. .V-" 1 V nf ' ' i 1 , ff' ' V X fzwffb ' 1 L X ff 1 . ff' f' 1 J X- '-7472 X ff C' u, wQQ,5fiQi 1'fCP Auf, I-ww efffaffiiffila C- , 1951 UBCIIJENIALIA r f A gify Lyle A. McNair David Fl. Brown Published by the University Students' Council Editor-in-Chief Photo-Editor University of Western Ontario, V London, Canada. 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Making Plans, Or just slowing down, You remember last year, and The old life shuffles off to a new start, As friends replace memories. I I 4 If you lie back and watch, The choice is yoursg People and leavesg Thousands of each . . . Colour in both, The mellow of Autumn. And a third . . . Grey stone through the trees The towers and halls That doh't quite matter yet. 7 - -.M amp. I f""t'?'e-+""""---.2 ligaki -2 A me r u o -M as l Q W V F, 5'm'-ws, W, , 5 .., 5' A.. '-ga an 'Num f, l , , , QE' x iw' X I in X. f Q 5.1 W s . N 'J ' X M X J e N Then a rush, and all the faces, L . ? ln lines, crowds, rows No chance to sit on your own And ask yourself If you're eager and timid at once, If you've seen it all before, Looking patient and amused . . . And just a little superior. 6 . yd hmm, U ' A Z f ll " lil twin X rlllvwlll ,l Ti ll l ' W - rweslily Qi, l li n 'ivllll ' ll 'lr li 1 l , ll A University . . . it's one big bazaar Stalls for weird things and mundane, So much to try, to play, to listen, To work in quiet or laugh aloud, Things you have and want to do, And a gauntlet of people, Who want you to start To belong. 'WW Q g A if r' av b , Z 4, uv i' l 3 9' fi if lg 7 ' n 'L 1 i . 'E f fy. A .'., . I , f- . ., x l ,. , M - s 1 ' k-"QTL , Q, wg: " . 'Q is 6, ,gm ' ' n nf. E X2 'U ig fx. ' 'Q " L: Y. f-9 .n -. gf ".o. Q, 1? Ui? 7 Q .Q M' Vv W ' Z! lu. ' ,ut-U-I """""""""""""" W rex 'af 12' W 'Maggy , 5 4 all FJ' '74 . if .v :WMM Q You're a part of the crowd stillg A part of the huge and bewildering Shout That seems to move on its own, So you cheer along with it until lt slows And you can make out the faces, Until the year stops circling, And settles, Until you can think, And remember yourself And the few months' change. Now there's time for A few quieter moments f 1 To organize, Sample, To listen to others, To tell them about yourself And them. git- mmf 'if' iN XX 'ln . A ,!' X 'ha-nf YAQMJ5 3, - 931:52-a it-v 10 'ZX If 'wf!,A,,,,f,,,f 6, , ,. FPS ,Ji , r ' . ,Le , ,,4V, ,,,f . l , W ? gi A 5,5i',, Bewilderment becomes Friendship, As you and the University Introduce yourselves, Find interests to share, Or build the year's plans From last year's list. The crowds are smaller, You can pick out your own, Finding more When everythings offered. And when you've just settled In Made nt home, had some fun And the flowers lure you out from the halls And nts easy and slower to lie on the grass It remmds you Its time to go back -s . u, - u .3 Si 'JT 'ti FF WNW Ml Q01 H41 il II El it, .ii .W 'nf ' ,o o"t ? fwwg 2 Wuik A , , X f ' n v 5 fs -pi. f H - A 1 v , rr mwMwQQwQf, if Q 1 4:3 ,X 4, .F is, Us . :X' - i . ., ff f f f M ' all ' sf' .sf uf. -wg, ,.. TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication.. . Academics .... 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Q i..-V5.1 K .A M,1'.1,Z,., ' ,x 'Em ku k.ff.f,'f,Q""'-1:4 -I , I - w',Q'.x."AE" K eww, v su -X 1 - ' --X-'U . : 1,1-. .. .gk iff, J " R .uni-1-I1 'Isp' mei. ,... .hx t.,v1L.y.x.. ,. ' I -. .1 . .:., ' -'KK 'F' ' -w 'Hx 1 1 limi in NI EM GRIA Donald Gordon Cousi-neau, t 'Q University College, ' 5 General B.A. lll, ' St. Thomas, Ontario. Jacquelyn Alexandra Fisher, l Althouse College, Lachine, Quebec. Roy Harvard, Middlesex College, General B.A. ll, Toronto, Ontario. Hamish John MacDonald,- Huron College, , General B.A. lll',. A Islington, Ontario. James Franklin Purdue, M University College, Extension Program, St. Marys, Ontario. 2 : fin' gfflm.. 9, far, .4 '1 ia?-5 'ff ' f '1' 'rf "I-' -7-M" JYL1' , ,.f2.g,.,,,,, Eu. '-1if.lg3,5Z?f57?? I ,Q ,g',4yix::?3zg2Q:'w - i ,ffif -ug., f ,Q fr :of ,, .L "'z' ' '-"T ff'-4:-, -- .. . A. :V-11:5 ff f ga,-,-. -ffzxii '.'3rT.f23' ' " ::::. 17111 an .. ..-1-.1 .bfi-J 'ian-'...f' .-..q,..w . ,. ,,,.,. ,...,.,, .. ,gi-Q9-A ,.,.,.fAf ,L-,Lg .1'.f'.'a-p..fi,5fg:::f11+Q-.2 J 'T f.'f':,li,g,J:jf5i1"55 1-cf z1:i.uNt2Z:,1g,t ff, .1179-I-A., -"f- " . . ...ia ., ,, fj.. ..-,,, ,:,,4,,'.:.f,- , .. , Q,,....., ..,..-5 .ja ff ,f-. -Jr, .v-ff f,1,g,j,:'.,:. ,::, ,. , n.f-5:51 ,fl 4,,f-v, '-I 55111455111 E 1 f- f- -...Ar 1ff"'4f'?3G57ff5 ,,.,.,h:...,A , ., . avvr ,.,-,.. .- ,jfn,.l':.:1' 1-4- . , ,wi U 'V , ,., .. . 44, -'.' . . .J- .,f,: if , 1 ., :-.ezaffgs-6515, 4 , .'::.,,,.,,, . 1 ,rw ffrfg ,M . 2 Tfiiotfflf' HJ f, ,-Q J' gr Z, ia X Q' V, ev f' Z A I .V 1 M, , f We, the students of Western dedicate this book to you G. Edward Hall N, f f .ww lt is difficult to look over the career of G. Edward Hall without a strong sense of incredulity. As the youngest university president in North America in 1946, he could look back even then at a list of accomplishments that would satisfy most professional men. Twenty years later, that list seems nothing less than a composite career of at least three brilliant scholars. The old truism about still waters is barely adequate to describe the man whom critics have called "un- prepossessingn. In charge of Aviation Medicine for the Fi.C.A.F. during World War ll, Dr. Hall became the only non-flying recipient of the Air Force Cross, and was further honoured with the American Legion of Merit. The measure of the man's genius is perhaps best illustrated by an accomplishment that must strike home to students. With a Master's Degree in Biochemistry, the young associate and friend of Sir Frederick Bant- ing tried more than twenty examinations in one year, passed them all, and was admitted to the final year of Medicine at Toronto - an achievement unequalled by any other man of our time. A year after receiving his M.D. he was granted his Ph.D. in Physiology. M '. 'I ' I 'Fil' rg' ' f x .le PHOTO CREDITS BILL BARRETT With this background, he was named Dean of Western's Medical School in 1945, and two years later acceded to the Presidency. ln the intervening years, the name of Ed Hall has been synonymous with Western, but the union has not always been a placid one. In one of his foremost aims, he was defeated. For Dr. Hall, Western was to remain a small university, serving primarily the fourteen coun- ties of Southwestern Ontario. Under pressure from the hordes of students demanding entry, and through them the Ontario Govern- ment with its all-important grants, Western was forced into the ex- pansion which is still going strong. In all fairness, it must be said that Dr. Hall has guided that expansion well. To the faculty, he has sometimes seemed less than enthusiastic A sincere Thanks, Dr. Hall, for being our President. about their suggestions, and the student body have seen him as remote and much less a familiar figure than they could wish. These criticisms are perhaps the inevitable result of Dr. Hall's decision to concentrate his abilities on the immediate and pressing problems of the University and edu- cation on the university level all across the country. Certainly, no one has given so unselfishly of time, talent, and health to the University, and though disagreeing with his course, his critics have never lost their respect for their chief administrator. ln fact, the scope of this one man's career, including numerous de- grees, directorships, and member- ships in many academic and public service societies, has always made Western aware of the privilege it has been granted in having Ed Hall. 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And a survey, a mountainous survey of great depth and many pages I tried, and all the men, who were professors or thought they were, took the survey and answered it so that with a computer mind I could devise the secret of their calling - the thing that makes them them and not us. What they all have said and how they have said it has brought me nowhere save back to this question. So I thought, prayed, turned objective to perceive the whirr that makes them tick - professors all. And now I find I can but try to explain it. And what is a professor and what does he teach and who profits from this experience, this expression, this communication of formulated ideas, ideals and such? ls it not simply that you have come here to this place, this school, this university with a spark of knowledge already within you, and that this man, this professor has unlocked the lock and let loose that spark and thus you have learned? How you look at and perceive that spark and what it does for you and you for it - that tells you how well you have learned. Some misuse this spark or send it into a state of disuse while others take it up and light with it other sparks that were until then partially unknown-partially hidden within them. The physicist and the doctor and the chemist and the historian all tell different truths, un- lock different locks, but it is all the one and the same lock and the same truth that one may know oneself, may unlock indeed the lock that is one's self, one's mind, one's world, one's universe to find the hollow beneath, the sharp curve that differentiates us one from another. ,M 1. ---"H ...f , f , ,,-,,,,,,,,,.,.,.r..,--. fn- .. .Ap-uw-w ---1mv..s.-,- ,-:-ffsfm 1 ... v'-- ' ' ga .M-ww 'Y"""":"W'wmuugpf -4v.4QUs-N rf -'U .1 I' Q 3, .. Nw Nf Q fuq' 2 i 5 Q , . QL, . sf ' ' u 2 refs , - b. 8 XX as Twig' xx' .sf K W rv if X ..-' ' 'sie g W . si' ,fx 1 ri, ,Les-ti? We--i-'qpx ,Af This is the professor, the man at the door, the gatekeeper, with his ordered mind and educated imagi- nation and this is all to be said because from these words all simi- larity among these men ends 'W 23 4 sift . .,,g , I e ln the face of universities growing larger and larger, stu- dents have growing fears of becoming mere numbers, instead of individuals. The challenge of preventing this is one of the major prob- lems facing the educators and the institutions of learning during the second half of the Twentieth Century according to T. J. Casaubon, Assistant Dean of Althouse College and former Director of tthe French Summer School at Trois Pistoles. "A great deal of unrest and dissatisfaction" he says, may be due to "the dilemma of the students' individual needs, aspirations and sense of personal dignity in the face of mass teaching. Mr. Casaubon denies that large numbers of students can be given as a reason for poor teaching. "Too frequently educators invoke the law of numbers as an excuse when it ought to be simply a challenge," he says. "The disproportionate growth of the universities is per- haps an inevitable fact, however, if a centre of learning wants to have an impact on its students and do an adequate job, it must find ways and means of establishing rapport with its students on a small group or an individual basis." "Pedestal teaching is ineffective preaching, remoteness too often tends to promote disinterestf' . af , .TS A-A 4' izxxtgzxiiv .A ...ruin-"""i' WWW ,ur . 5' 2 ffI"1"'ll ' 'S X i X N., TQFX NGNX X NIV in Q .xg My was N 4 mfs N 6 3 X XXGAQX S X 2,5 Xt Rss- .X O Vg I ,,, N X if N ti X. c is ' N N -'iw X XY X' Sb X ,f N X JNL W NN, X x gm? A S X 4 x ' X W xi Q gk yxi Q xx X it-d X fm XJ 4 g NMA was Q Q wmm sts XMQNGABNM Wx-1 wx k sv X N W 35' 305956714 sw Ms, Y ,.. ss. .- G., - i , . ..,.. ., ' T ' T-0 -in-q-rs-4, . x Y st is . S t 1 fesswiis, H4 ss TWT '5i5L141's"7" f"'4531lsw new 11't:xmr2AMwf1g . xxxx , ,Lag ' yfw. Q N . 'Q 'v-..,,-My Lilflff? wnwulw i 5 -2 T- 3 W . UW f SJ-122 W fZ.Q21,QF f -431,5 fn-22:2 - A vi 'i"TE'ifZi - -- ig .W 1 W-W-.Wvww. Dr. John T. Nicholson, Business Prof., is known by the undergraduates and graduates whom he has taught as "Teddy Bear". But this Teddy Bear has claws. He has the knack of making figures interesting, and keeping his students on their toes. At times, he seems to be a frustrated gymnastics teacher, sliding across the table, sitting cross-legged on the desk, and balancing on the back of his chair. He tries to smoke chalk occasionally and eats his ties. Fiefreshingly, he is not opposed to some profanity in the classroom, if the situation warrants. Also, he has been known to enjoy a drink or two with the boys. Dr. Nicholson is very easy to talk to if you have a course problem, but prefers that the student put some effort into the course. His phrase "I don't want to push you, but . . is well-known as prologue to an intensive questioning on a case. In view of his interest in students and the University Community, it is unfortunate that the undergraduates will no longer see Nick on his stomach doing pushups in front of the class. Many professors are accused of being unaware of the outside world, a criticism which does not apply to Betty Seldon. Mrs. Seldon, a lecturer in the Secretarial Science Department, has worked in the out- side world, and has brought her experience with her. She also presents a practical answer to the problem facing many co-eds, that of finding a job. "Un- less the student wishes to teach" she says, "a B.A. still means that a girl is unskilled as far as the labour market is concerned." To Mrs. Seldon and her students, the Sec. Sci. course offers the best of both worlds. The nature of the course means that she works close- ly with the girls more often than is usual, and so it is not surprising that she becomes fond of her charges. Though she pleads lack of time as her reason for not being involved in campus activities, Mrs. Seldon is still in touch with what affects her students. She explains: "lt is pointless to assign work when everyone is off to the Delaware Ball." Even her description of herself as "a realist" is moderated by her aim of providing "the tools which will give my students self-reliance and a sense of their own worth." ln a world of abstractions, this is a reassuring touch. 5' - X 1 5,2 , y h. i. t ,r . .N i n i, uf 1. i, f ,L lllll il A X A it ,,'!li5l'r:'Qt5 A E x ll 2.21" ll 'Nl ' rx 4 11 fs 'I f 1 ,li lag 12 S K i EE Z 5 5 2 if V .iii i 'qi I 'A Wi l - A i gwyiyls A in 9 .J h'g2v,ig's'fi 'Q 4' .'g2'lw iigff N M..--f-f' '70, ri- ' . ' "4 - i, --"" - 35. :"' ' ' . Z Y j,L,x'r .6 .S-. 4 fi ggigfasi, ..ff-Xfffjw 2,1 j 15 9, Wig., f ---"""' J ,ie L 26 1 ' 'f K Q i ,lu X , xv ay s f fs aft! 4 X .., V ,,,,, G , 1 V X 7 iff? ' ?f 'a V' X 'Z M1 fs f Qs 5 if Riveter, novelist, and professor are only three of the steps in the career of Dr. Jaroslav Havelka. As a political refugee from Communist Czechoslovakia, he wrote a docu- mentary novel of his flight while earning his Ph.D. in Psychology at Milano University. After working at Canadair, he was associated with both McGill and the University of Montreal, in the former as an M.Sc. student, and in the latter as a pro- fessor in Slavonic Studies, before coming to Western in 1957. As might be expected of a man z 0 4 ' 2 an whose vocation is people and their behaviour, he is vitally interested both professionally and personally, in the problems facing students. The secret of "University" in his view is a deeper mutual trust. Teachers must realize they are dealing with maturing people of great potential and sensitivity, who will not accept isolated facts with- out challenge. Students, however, must learn to accept the responsi- bility of intellectual trust. The uni- versity, he feels, should be more a "house of intellect" than of 27 5 X, X f f ,, . W X , " ,HW 'me-Y . , , specific knowledge. Several of his suggestions are specific changes which might do a great deal toward achieving this ideal. He is in favour of the so-called University of On- tario, because it would have the ad- vantage of concentrating specialists where they would be available to the greatest number of students. As a prerequesite, however, he would ask that professors be specialists in basic university education, in the first few years, so that students would be assured of proper guid- ance in selecting their field of study. The application of these and other ideas in his own classes, and his obvious concern with his students, has made Dr. Havelka one of the most popular, and respected pro- fessors at Western. Q 'fW59i'WSc 'H H I t I I I I S I I I I I I I Rev. P. E. Crunican of King's College, doesn't really care how much money his students will be making when they get out of university. His main aim is intellectual stimulation. "Too many people have dollar signs for eyeballs. I like to see the lights go on in people's eyes. I don't think any- thing can replace the look of discovery of an original idea." Teaching is not giving a lectureg teaching is putting in the light. "I firmly believe that the student must become actively involved before very much happens. lf l have a motto in this regard it is this: 'You never really teach anybody anything, if you're lucky you might be around when somebody learns something" he says. "For me the most rewarding academic experience is the privilege of receiving and giving a high mark to a really superior and imaginative essay. Like Ezra Pound, I would say that 'real education must ultimately be limited to those who insist on knowingg the rest is mere sheep- herding." Rev. Crunican is involved in students' personal lives also. As Newman chaplain at Western for eight years "religious problems are a prime, but, hopefully, not an exclusive concern. lf a chaplain can be defined, l would say that he should first of all be a listener. A built-in by-product of the chaplaincy has been involvement in many ecumenical activities and student projects such as the Student Union Building campaign. "I would turn every stone in sight to retain the personal dimension in the student-professor relationship," he says with an assurance indicating that he realizes the delicacy of the relationship. "Like all professors," he admits, "there are days when it is quite evident that my students would cheerfully cast me, unarmed, to the nearest starving lion, but by and large l think we get along." -Q . T4 1' N""iLc gh 'S Ik f1 'Q .VY Q, --A 9 N, x :rx Q, I Y I .. N -,,. . g -!":'f!'E5HX 'i' -v S ,I Talking about James Reaney just as a professor is impossible. Even in the classroom, his many interests and talents are too obvious. In a quiet, almost child-like manner, he stands at the front of a room, expressing so many ideas in a single sentence that the most astute stu- dent can grasp only a part of them. While this is a delight to the upper- classman, it has confused many of the multitude who have heard him in English 20. Even then however, there is still the charm of the man who peoples his plays with children and their dreams, and who delights in puppets that look like refugees from a kitchen cleanout. The irony of the man is that the child- world is subject to the intellect, and replete with frighteningly cynical overtones of death. A prolific and honoured author, he arouses in his associates much the same sort of paradoxical feelings as in his students. While many decry his "regionalism", those who work with him seem protectively fond of "Jamie", Perhaps he doesn't fit the corporate atmosphere of Western, yet it is en- couraging to see that talent on the side of creativity rather than that of criticism still resists being phased out. He contributes what a university greatly needs . . . integrity. Involvement with his students on more than an academic level seems to be the secret of Tom Stewart's rapport with people both in and out of his classes. As a veteran of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society, the Concert Band and the U.W.O. Orchestra, he has had ample time to work NQLX with and assess a large part of the undergraduate population. Aside from personal enjoyment, he feels the value of such contacts is in getting to know students as in- dividuals. This enables him to meet people of different disciplines who still have a common interest-music. In fact his favourite students are those in music, and in expressing his point, he reveals his concern both for them and for the university con- cept. His role, he feels, is to moti- vate his classes, "to achieve total involvement on the part of the stu- dent with his environmentf' "This he stresses, "includes all of life, not 30 just the subject matter at hand." He sees teaching as a means of leaving some valuable and tangible, though not necessarily material mark on life. This is a praiseworthy aim, but it is one which has led many teachers in- to a deadly concentration on the intellectual. Not so Tom Stewart. For him, even Physics can be fun, and a professor with a sense of humour is living proof that university has not lost contact with the outside world. With a respect for the student body, and a touch of good-humoured irony, Dr. Stewart modestly admits that stu- dents "have never made me feel less than their equal." Dorothy Hibbert, of Nursing Ser- vice Administration, is one faculty member who has had the oppor- tunity to observe university life from the viewpoint of the adminis- tration, as well as of the students. She has been a member of the Senate, the Senate Policy Com- mittee, and the Student Affairs committee. She sees her students in the light of a respect which she feels is reci- procated by them. Seriously and intelligently interested in their pro- fessional and social development, they look to her, she feels, for the experience which they lack in their field. Her goal is to know the students, and to help them individually. That she has succeeded seems obvious from the number of students who approach her for advice. For Dorothy Hibbert, teaching pro- vides an opportunity "to decrease the deficit of prepared nursing personnel", and to "enjoy the in- tellectual stimulation of an aca- demic setting." She sees both ob- jectives realized in her students, as they emerge from the "parrot- ing" phase to independence and responsibility . . . partial payment, perhaps, for the rewards her stu- dents have and will enjoy. 2 ww 'fu As- 'A HWWJ4-5 , 1 9 4 Ri m AJ Ya L , P' I :fy 5-1'f1"'3 . 0 gh..- Qi Y 'Q .L 4! ,Ja ,qgxa x --515 JA, Sf'- 1 .- N ,. N 'gg-f A x,,.. . M ' " " 3-dpi 7-TEV. V' V1 V1 " ' -1 ' 4'-5 -' AI-X 5 V ,AW -, ,f f'-.QA 'fifwfiiww-dw . J ' 'iw 4' , ,M-M,- k- 1 f - qc,-f A QA , y ,, 'fy' , VA- X ,.fL,,f 'Nfl-lf.. .ff -xf 1' X1 1"x 'll' f vo"""""""f'1 731 z"' A ". I .wmni 1255 J - - x , gg.. , .4 "'1:-i'5-- In 'f::v"v- N, 43. az :W A I Q. 6" MMM' -nf WQW pi x ' s i ? 5 5 , 3 xx x-.,.v...A M if Av 5... Vw w-wwfwmv--..,.w,.M,,, V 1.-ummm wary.. Xu A a .vp -ikx. M x v S , X . ir' X -AQ., . 'y wvm , .- . -fwiy. W . lf you decide you'd like to take a couple of courses over at Huron, one person you're bound to meet is the registrar, Miss Catherine Ridley. You will find her with a smile on her face and an eager willingness to tackle both stu- dent and administrative problems alike. Miss Ridley came to Western in 1947 as secretary to Dr. Helen Allison, Dr. VVatson's predecessor as Registrar. At the time, the University of Western Ontario was com- posed of University College, the Physical Sciences Build- ing, the Macintosh Gallery, the Collip Laboratory, Lawson Library and Fingal Hall fa temporary structure from Fingal Air Station which served as a dining areal. During her stay on the main campus, Miss Ridley acquired many fond memories, not the least of which was working with Dr. Neville to compile the first two editions of The Canadian Universities and Colleges Yearbookg a publi- cation which catalogues every college and university in Canada and is now published by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. ln June of 1961, Catherine left her position in the U.W.O. Registrars office as officer in charge of statistics and examinations to take up her present position. "I started with the University when it was small," recalls Miss Ridley, "when there was a close liason with the students. In Huron College, this value still exists, and I feel it is of great value to both student and adminis- tration." So if you're thinking of taking a course at Huron and have some doubts or envision some problems and if you want a friend to help you over the tough spots, call on Miss Ridley. Maybe some native Huronites could do with some friendly aid also. '.',i'rL 3 I i r . f--f 9. . - -3 x Equipping the new dental sciences building, Dr. D. S. Moore, pro- fessor and chairman of the depart- ment of oral medicine says, has taken "ninety-nine per cent of my responsibilities" so far at Western. But in the future, Dr. Moore hopes and plans to have more direct, intimate contact with his students. "I like classes small enough where- by one can call the students by their first names, as l enjoy work- ing with students and taking a per- sonal interest in their problems," he says. The aim of the dental school is "to develop students who are self- reliant, confident, have the ability to think and reason and thus have good judgement. lf in doing so we earn their respect, we have achieved an extra by-product from teaching." Dr. Moore feels that dental stu- dents are more mature than they used to be. But they've still got the same problems, sometimes more intensified than previously "be- cause of the age we live in." "Competition is keenerg the same fears and the inner fear of failure are naturally present. Life is certainly more hectic and less re- laxed than twenty years ago." The emotional and intellectual problems remain despite the fact that it is financially easier to get an education. But at the end, says Dr. Moore "There are more opportuni- ties than ever before." Taking advantage of the oppor- tunities and using them well de- pends on what a student learns in self-discipline, organizing his work, directing his abilities and drive. Developing the qualities of suc- cess remains Dr. Moore's prime goal in dealing with his students. 35 4yfZcM MQW ff 2 W f . .W t , mf of ' ze,ff',- f . .1 iw lf,-ffwzff f 'm v ,g f-451 ,pf yd ff 4 ,j fy ut is f f' af' 429 'f f fn 54155 My , gfizwfff rl 22, wif' - i ik!! 1 , ,Q 5, 1 , 30 f 7 ,f,, . aff 4 . ' yr, . wf' - f ' , , , 4 WV- ,. j , f ' r' Q '2 f 21113 ,L x nf .7 4 2 X ff WC-g , M, , ,, I -5 1 S? it swimwear' cf Professor Kenneth Hilborn of Wes- tern's History Department has been described by adjectives of both extremes, in student and faculty circles alike. A devotee of past and contem- porary events, his interests center around current world happenings, especially those in the Far East. He has even been associated unoffi- cially with what must be the most underdog cause at the University . . . the Student Committee for a free Vietnam. Compared to what he calls "the 'liberal' orthodoxy that pervades so 36 ,ff V . ff. I Q much of our Canadian academic community," he is certainly unor- thodox, a situation which suits him just fine. In fact, this is his aim as a teacher. For Dr. Hilborn, it is one form of independent thinking, an achieve- ment he hopes to encourage through his lectures. For those who agree with his ideas, he is the upholder of the faith. To those who do not, he is the heretic. To both he is stimulating, contro- versial, and a catalyst for tired minds. x,, One thing often missed by the stu- dent at a non-denominational uni- versity is the meaningful personal contact with the person whose ap- proach to life he is to respect. The solution at Brescia College is usually Mother St. Pierre. For her, the students are her all- day and extra-curricular interest, and her glowing comments about them would make even the most conceited blush. Perhaps better than anyone, she sees their implicit paradox . . . a frighteningly absolute view of life coupled with uniqueness and "an enormous potential". Her purpose in teaching is a two- fold one, rooted in her concern for her students. Her role, she feels, is "to give my students at least some insight into truth and reality," and to guide them toward making truth and reality a part of their dealings with their fellows. Of the rewards she has gained in teaching, the best comment is her own: "My greatest joy is to witness their successes, their renewed ef- forts and the new orientation which their life takes." In an age when this kind oi com- mittedness is treated with a blase disregard, Mother St. Pierre is a heartening beacon of reassurance. Na-mx xwx 5 X f.-jg: . .X T? is z X f X x X XE s X ' Q xx A .3 96 Q? .5 N2 ,, . , Suv .NX.,.,.f f . LA 5 ,yi xWi,'42- fx if + 121 4 Ny 1 N "bw , Nil! , " - .""- ' 3 J 5' V251 V u N gg"-V' lx, f J.,kf,,Q K , n 1 Qi: M. ' -. ff-SQ 44 .'-T ' 1 'Y . gy 5 ,SVS . V 1 , " -ix. IZ, fl: Q X Nt-wr , ,gf 11,4 f 1115 1' mx : , ,gxqx K 's 2i3v2 . Q My .fy 558:-V+ xv., L , . - .453 gif vw . . 4v53x,,,,wf?"1,, 5.:,5,i,,,.,:,w,,.5, ,gujgf,.g..j xg - ww. : ,w47'.- 3 , XAQ W ,gw,fv..' . , - , Sr N-.1 1-ff?'xg - 14- - Air-:.S, .-4 slxn-ivisvlrye-ffga ynx.,-1 'V , , KG : 1-1 f 1f,, ' ii, ,ygll - 5 X- Ti. ,. lk f , . k' .W ,g ww, ,jx 'fdi . 1 Far too often, students find their professors seem to have passed beyond, or never to have attained, that ali- important contact with young people that goes beyond the classroom and subject. lf they find one of these rare creatures, they will accept, and even welcome, the extra demands he will make of them. One of this latter group is Dr. G. S. Rose of the Department of Physics. His requirements are demanding. "l do not teach," he maintains, "I lecture!" He feels that in university, the burden of responsibility is shifted to the students, who must become learners in the same sense as their previous instructors have been teachers. This concept has a lot to do with his rating of students. To those students unwilling to learn though they can, he professes indifference, while saving his displeasure for those who are degree-hunting merely for "an essential prerequisite for 'success' " One group who often escape consideration are the first- year failures, the high-school scholars who cannot ad- just. The problem, in his view, is complex, but he says "invariably the student is not directly at fault." In those professors whom students respect, one common factor is encouragement . . . encouragement to go beyond the course, and beyond class-time, to become the kind of students who "are prepared to raise questions and initiate discussion in a true scholastic manner." Dr. Rose is one of these professors. Even his extra-curricular interests have followed this line . . . television as an educational medium. Perhaps the best indi- cation of his interest is expressed in two sen- tences: "As an educator l consider the progress of each of my students as some minor personal achievement. l hope to continue doing this more extensively and more suc- cessfully. W3Q,,W,. - N One of the more youthful members of Dean Carrothers' Faculty of Law Staff is professor G. J. Brandt. The pro- gressiveness of this individual, and perhaps the whole Law Faculty is evidenced in his conception of self and the role he has to play in the lives of his students. "I conceive my role as a teacher to be that of someone who encourages students to develop a critical but con- structive attitude towards the various issues and problems which confront them. It is now insufficient to play the role of the 'information-supplier' or the 'pleader of special causes'." He feels that he is "very encouraged by what appears to be the development of a more critical and more socially conscious attitude on the part of the students at this university. The 'country club' image of Western is, I believe, changing and the students are now less inclined to think of social issues at the level of 'l'm all right Jack'. The teacher who fails to recognize this and react to it is failing in his responsibility. His contribution to the student can best take the form of encouraging a serious and intelligent consideration of rational alter- natives to a particular course of action. In short, he can be a testing ground for ideas." As a final point he says, "lt is my own particular hope that l have given the impression that l am friend as well as teacher and that these two terms are not mutally incompatible." sf S . Y Y, ,Mm-WW . ,,,, X What is an associate professor in the college of music most likely to be interested in? Right. Arts on campus. That's Donald A. McKellar. "I hope that as a teacher of one of the creative arts I can help stu- dents to become involved intel- lectually in the arts and can thus develop the refined evaluation needed for the most complete ex- perience in the art form," he says. "My own interests on the Western campus are in the development of the arts in the student body. Western has not yet felt the full impact of the creative arts and it must become an essential part of the student life on this campus. "A vital community of students with activities in music, fine art, drama and the various new media which influence the lives of all students must be our aim." ':""W 7' ...LW22 'ZZ WW -f ' mo- GQ 41 Mr. McKellar has hopes that the aim will be reached. "There is no doubt about the recep- tive nature ot our students," he says. "They will be drawn into the creative arts life just as quickly as they are given positive and com- petent direction." Mr. McKellar spends much of his extra-curricular time doing just that. Two of his particular interests are Sunday Nine O'Clock and the Concert Band. He says that "All experiences I have had with students in both curricular and extra-curricular music have more than reinforced" the idea that all the students need is direction. "They wish only that it be at a mature and challenging level." "I believe that the students should make every attempt to develop a level of appreciation which will al- low them to lead a much richer life and to become leaders in the community when they return from the campus. X ff WX' . JV' W? 4' '-P 1 if as 4 fiwrfavf O- 1 Q-71,93-7,-it-'fiiirhu-u'iY""'fLX ' K 1"'2 .3 - gg u X G?-1 'fry' H11 ,Q 55 Q It - mf f ggi. if 2 -1 5 9, 1 S vanrf 'W Sw-Qi, 'j' ff 'sv if ni hun 'Q 3 li I lx qui' ?,:,,,.,......m-Q' awlllfw . 1 1 tl- A x K X I lf you're one of them students you're up at 7 AM. to shower, shave, and shove off to a boring his- tory tutorial on the problems Na- poleon had with Josephine's sisterg a stimulating psych. lecture fthe prof didn't showlg coffee 20 fol- lowed by another stimuating psych. lecture ltime to check the stocksl. Then it's lughl lunch with iughl Sandra. Just time to grab a Ga- zette and take a look at Arnim Walter's Nude Company instead of listening to an English department poet and it's more classes, more Arnim Walter and more booking. X X as fi? Q intel. Teaching is the prime responsibili- ty of anyone at a university, whether enrolled as a student or employed professionally, says David Walden, associate professor of botany in the College of Science. Unfortunately, this is a facet of uni- versity life too few people realize. Faculty members are often en- closed in their research on pet theses, students too involved in extra-curricular activities or getting their grades. Mr. Walden is not one of these. He works on the premise that teaching involves what he calls the three C's: communication, co-operation and concern. "The action part of university involves all three . . . and from them evolve an edu- cation," he says. "One might add commitment . . . you will not obtain the best the university offers unless you are committed . . . but in point of fact co-operation implies commitment." Mr. Walden says teaching is not an art, not showmanshipg not the revelation of an oracle. "I ask the student . . . as he asks me . . . to be concerned about so- cial and scientific problems, to put himself in the middle rather than the periphery." And, according to one of Western's best liked geneticists, that is get- ting an education. , fi There's a democratic, two-way relationship between Rev. R. A. Graveline of King's CoIlege's Department of Philoso- phy and his students. Rev. Graveline believes in helping students, talking to them, counselling them, teaching them. But, he says, "We make a grave mistake if we begin by assuming that our students are children . . . they resent being talked down to. They want to be your friends, but not your buddies . . . they want to respect you, but they close up if they fear you. It is a difficult balance to maintain." Rev. Graveline says he makes it "a capital rule" to always respect the mind, thoughts and opinions of his students. "I tell them that I want to learn from them if I can . . . and I do. I try to avoid any form of dogmatism and am quite willing to admit that I don't know everything. A classroom should be a place where students and teacher share things . . . it should be a dialogue, not a monologue." The justification of one's existence in the teaching pro- fession is "the conviction that the formation of young minds is a great and necessary work." The results, he says are not generally tangible. f'Your students leave you, perhaps without a word of farewell, and take their place in society." But there are the concrete rewards. "I can recall a particular student, on the brink of despair, ready to toss in the hat in his second year. A little patience, many hours of talk, some encouragement . . . these plus his awareness that someone was really interest- ed in him brought him out of it. He is a prosperous young businessman today." And that is one of the rewards of teaching. X -. ,.. 4' If f".'.,, , ff , - 435- .,"- U 'L."':,3'Hj5:f NA QQ 4 1 5 if 1' ' rf' J in .. ,f'lf5weilf'W' V .,, v' Q' x Pl if-vlm"' Q 'zgi 1. 'HF Q, QS 5 N A: , A man named Sessions has been known to pin down students with condemnations of their ineptitude, and this is perhaps why he is one of the most discussed lecturers on campus, as well as one of the hardest to understand. Dr. Kyle Sessions, History professor at Huron College is often the proverbial man of few words, though these few are apt and to the point, or he can spout on for ages saying practically nothing depending on his particular mood of the moment. Combined with a certain waspish tone, his words are nearly always provocative if you can comprehend them. With marvellous modesty, he admits to no more campus extra-curricular activity than "the occasional game of llosingl squash." Of his students, he says simply that he likes them, and follows this endorsement with the assertion that his hours spent with them are about two-thirds "particularly" and about one-third "merely" rewarding. Liking students and their ideas is his reason for teaching, he claims, and what he hopes to achieve is to do it well. ln point of fact, most of the above points are almost his exact words, and if he will forgive the transcription, then OXY in turn may forgive his reply to the question concern- ing student-faculty relationships: "Sounds like a pretty unsavoury lot going around having lunspecifiedl relation- ships." Touche. Pi ti il Qi fl E -fl ll 4 i tl lg, .lg I-.4 -I .ww-:txt I H lxv v 5 , n R . -n.f w rom Philosophy professors, one usually expects an wigmatic smile, inscrutable behaviour, and more ideas ian the stultified mind can handle at once. Substitute -r the first two items the all-too-often missing ingredient fa basic humanism, and you come up with Peter Angeles. ampus theatre, 201 magazine, the U.W.O. Humanities asociation and the overseas students' organizations have I had the benefit of his help. 2 likes ideas, the students' as well as his own, and the eetings of mind form his way of life. lf his goal in that e seems rather abstract, it is, in his own words: "a little atter thinking, more appreciation of life and greater re- ird for humans and their values, aspirations and engage- as Q5 , WWW ment in living, trying to make a go of it all." Perhaps his closest association with students was in stag- ing "The Hunger That Satisfies", following the death of Director, Veronica Brandt. From this and other contacts he has drawn his assessment of students, which could easily be reversed to their assessment of him. Asked for his views, he wrote: "lf l answered that it would be too flattering and some would interpret it as insinceref' Dr. Angeles looks at teaching as a way of bringing out students' thoughts and criticisms. As an extra he feels that "Where else can you work sixty hours a week and like most of it?" .mf .W -wwf' ff ..,.i ' ..,. P ,,,,,.-db' uw ' ff1', 1' 4 149 X ,N QM .Abt f .ff mv , as . .,. He's coach of the basketball Mustangs, line coach of the football Mustangs and assistant professor in Physical and Health Education, so Jerry Gonser is a busy man. His wife looks at the football and basketball seasons in terms of which meal tif anyl he'll manage to get home for. "He comes home for lunch and I introduce him to the children." she says laughingly. At 33, Jerry already has a varied athletic career behind him. He was born in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and played college football for the University of Michigan. Before coming to Western in 1962, he taught and coached at three United States' educational institutions. "Coaching is very similar to teaching," Gosner says. But athletes learn some things not taught in the classrooms: They're confronted with decision-making under stress conditions . . . they learn to be knocked down and beaten and to pull up their socks and come back next week for more." A Western basketball player describes Mr. Gonser as an honest coach who wants team play, not individual per- formances, vvho stays pretty cool under fire, who believes in hard work, vvho sets standards . . . "no smoking or drinking for the basketball team, and it was obeyed this year."' The player sums up: "You have to be good to be a coach in this league . . . that's the first thing." I guess that's just about the way most students who know Jerry Gonser feel about him. RRI. f UMD .K-Q WWWW0"WM"""fwf,QZ. "One wishing to become an en- gineer or an architect must possess not only natural gifts but also a keeness to learn, for neither genius without knowledge nor knowledge without genius suffices for the com- plete artist." -Vitruvius 30 A.D. Professor L. S. Lauchland has ac- complished much for the enginee- ring profession and his concern for the individual student is in con- trast to the apathy of many pro- fessors and students themselves. An electric power systems en- gineer by profession, he has an intense interest in engineering edu- cation. He is perhaps the indivdual most responsible for the existence of Western's Engineering School. Professor Lauchland's approach to technical problems is simple and realistic. lt refreshes the student -"Gulf , seeking to show his imagination and probably distresses the purist's rigorous methods. His criticism of recent computermania is also a criticism of engineers who do not develop an insight into the mech- anics of problems solution. But there is another side to pro- fessor Lauchland too. Many stu- dents have spent a most enjoyable afternoon over a coffee in Somer- ville listening to this stately gentle- man, often referred to as "The Colonel", telling of his vast ex- periences both as a professional soldier and as a professional en- gineer. What he has achieved on all levels of engineering education is highly valued by all his associates, but he is probably appreciated most by those students who feel they are being academically drowned. His influence and encouragement have, no doubt, saved more than one, now-successful engineer. 51 .,, ff . I, i The day after slack week, a little bell goes off in the brain of all slackers and the rush is on. They call it cramming: cramming facts and ideas into one end and food, tranks and beer into the other. And all for those glorious, few days of writer's cramp in smelly Alumni Hall ialthough a distinct improve- ment over Tharnesl when it matters little who you know or how you know but what you know, which oftimes amounts to damned little. C t.i1' 52 f ---'-"M fa' 'x V -W Nsxsxi. an-B nun -QA-SKSNNX 'Wifi Y 53 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' COUNCIL HCDNOUR AWARDS Don, a native of Willowdale, is known to most of his associates as Dan. He came to the U.S.C. as the President of M.C.C. and over the year became "The Conscience". Donald Ferguson ,ir -My W fy 3 , f 'ff 2 'Z QW 4 420 NW -I-ugll"""" f John Patrick John, a Meds student from Branch- ton, will probably be one of the best remembered presidents the U.S.C. has ever had. His enthusiasm and leadership will be hard to equal. Roger Oatley Roger, a Philosophy major in M.C. from Oakville, was a Vice-President of the U.S.C. this year. His work on the Athletic Directorate will mean better future programs. 54 Brian is one of the Meds boys who have taken a prominent part in student activities. A London resi- dent, his major concern this past year has been the SUB. Brian Hutchison Terry Sulyma Terry, an Edmontonian in Business, took care of U.S.C. funds this year. His work on financial organization and the establishment of a U.S.C. press will be often remembered. PERFORMING ARTS HONCDUR AWARDS Pat, an Honours History student in M.C., is a native of London. She has participated extensively in Gil- bert and Sullivan both as an actress and as assistant producer. Pat Kennedy Pat Washburn Pat is an Honours P.H.E. student from Port Credit. Her activities in the Purple Spur include the chair- manship of High School College Day and Winter Weekend. John is a Business student from Islington. The work he has done in producing the Purple Patches version of South Pacific has brought praise from all quarters. John Burton PURPLE SPUR Barb comes to the College of Music from Amherstburg. She was a pro- minent figure in Gilbert and Sul- livan and Purple Patches as well as College of Music productions. Barbara Bailey HONCJUR AWARD 55 DR. CLAUDE BRCDWN MEMORIAL ATHLETIC AWARD Douglas Mitchell Doug, a native of Windsor, is registered in Middlesex College in a Pass Arts course in History. He has centred his extracurricular talents on athletics and, in particular, on football and wrestling. He has picked up two first and two second colours in football and two first colours in wrestling. ln 1965 he won the O-QAA gold medal and placed first in the Ontario open championships for wrestling. In 1967, again in wrestling, he won the O-QAA gold medal and the CIAU gold medal. Doug is certainly a qualified recipient of the Claude Brown trophy. WHITE BLANKET ATHLETIC AWARD Kathy Kangas Kathy, an Honours P.H.E. student registered in Uni- versity College, comes to Western from Port Arthur. She has participated widely in sports and has held the presidency of the gymnastics club. She has three first and one second colour in volleyball, a second in softball, a third in archery, two thirds in bowling and two thirds in track and field. Her enthusiasm and am- bition have surely been an example for her team- mates and have helped to make Western's girls teams some of the best in Canada. tw IBN OUTSTANDING CONTRIBU ON PUBLICATIONS 4 I fm s1Xe ,Q I T2 T - :1-.4 f ,fi J fi - . 1 X WF 'Q la N ff ff-ff f X, W ij 4 f ff, . iff X JI . f n I ?. ty'-v lj tx jif' Il' ,7f'f'-jf'.'i- ' '- -. v 1- - . , I I i 4. ll K ' . 3..i:....P ...si U I IVA? A N-,, 5. .V Q - g f f . 1 - . at II t II - . . I f ff .f . ,fl - -l lm. , . I ll jklfasx I: yfffq-yay , -j U . ,R At' X j A X ' 7 ljlfcfhf I , ' ' K ,+A V K X px 'Va g . .V If ldv! WX1jI,,'. X X I - - FIIIII I . Iwi - I ff -1 as I .Illktki I I I I 1 fr I F' 1 I 'fi I "1 "" ' it 7"l' --s - -Z ' II?IIf5i"'I .. 1 ' ' II I "-If III -' It QI I -'I X lv I I I I I' :Fifi . - T 31 " if Ilcf E' in E 17 i"l I"JljIjjI . I . If Q' I.'l,:,-.,Lw.'Z2E "I 'fi , 3 ,fr-.5 - I Wulf .A 1 -.M 7 . -5- I 4 If .l . ' I ' Ii- . gxfz--1-11 f I J ,... wi, 1: I H ' i - fy I :II I Lyle A. McNair McNair, Schaefer, Jukes, three names that are found somewhere in the files of almost every publi- cation that appeared at Western from 1963 to 1967. They've gradu- ated now, but somehow people still talk of them and will go on doing so for years to come. Lyle McNair has held virtually every post possible on the Occidentalia. He rose from staff photographer, through several different editorial positions to the editor's chair. Be- sides his Engineering courses he filled his time with positions includ- ing a seat on the University Stu- dent's Council and managing editor of the 'Engineer'. As a photo- grapher, and a good one, he often worked for The Gazette and pro- duced some of their finer shots. Lyle had a ready wit and a streak of devilry that has been matched by few. He once helped to en- gineer the theft of over 6,000 Gaz- ettes and held up delivery for nearly four hours as he and his classmates stamped "GODlVA'S FiAG" across the top of each front page in glaring red ink. To avoid being lynched by a mob of angry students edged on by the enraged Gazette staff, Lyle disappeared in- to the confines of the Engineering School. But as time passed, Lyle and The Gazette became close as- sociates and even closer friends. lt is difficult to talk about Jukes and Schaefer without lumping them to- gether. They entered The Gazette together in 1963, took editorial John F. Jukes positions in 1964, and graduated in 1967. John Jukes joined the Gazette his first day on campus. After several attempts to break into print, and succeeding in a six point way, he left the staff to devote his time to the Colt football team and the University College Council. In 1964 he returned, and, after the October editorial revolt, was tapped to fill the vacant news-editor's desk. With seven new editors on staff, includ- ing Jukes and Schaefer, editor Fiob Johnson had his hands full. Christmas came and Rob retired to have John fill the gap. The Gazette continued on its controversial way throughout the spring term but all hell broke loose in September of 1965 when, in the first edition, Jukes editorialized on pre-marital sex. The paper appeared on Fri- day and on Sunday Jukes was damned from the pulpit of Metro- politan United Church by Fiev. George Goth. Hugh Bremner picked up where Dr. Goth left off putting Jukes and The Gazette on the Canadian Press wire service. Their comments showed they had not read the article so on Monday morning copies were delivered to their offices. Christmas came and Jukes faded from the pages leaving Jim Schae- fer at the helm. Jukes turned here- tic and joined the University Stu- dents' Council as Publications Commissioner and, on a misty day, his ghost can still be seen haunt- 57 James W. Schaefer ing the Gazette office seeking atonement for this, his last and greatest sin. When Jim Schaefer joined The Gazette his first assignment was to discover why the Engineers had grown so lethargic and what had happened to the good old days when you could count on a prank a week. Jim wrote what he considered to be an accurate, unbiased story. The editorial board found it so hum- orous and opinionated that they ran it as a signed column. That night as Jim was walking home, he noticed that two or three people were following him. The group grew and it became evident that the Engineers were a little per- turbed. Only a sneak exit from the rear of his house saved Jim from a well planned public embarrass- ment. After 18 months of editorship, Jim followed Jukes' example and re- tired to haunt the corridors of Somerville. McNair, Schaefer, Jukesg call them rogues or entrepreneurs, hell- raisers or heaven-sent, Western and her publications are deep in their debt. They were the authors and consultants, the originators or perfectors of most of our major publications. They've gone but their names are embossed forever, along with those of John and Marianne Wilcox, in the Publications Hall of Fame. PUBLICATIONS GCDLD KEYS Muriel Moore Muriel comes to Western from Lucknow and has found that her extensive participation on the Gazette has helped her in her Honours Journal- ism course. As features editor, her influence was greatly felt by the staff. 58 Marg, an Honours English and History student from Cobourg, has concentrated her extra- curricular activities on Folio. Under her editor- ship the literary magazine has taken on both a new look and greater appeal. Marg Farris John Caplan John is a Toronto native in an Honours Journal- ism course. His guidance, as managing editor of the Gazette, helped to make it one of the best college papers in Canada. He also seemed to be involved in all editorial wars. Warren comes from London to an Honours English course at Huron where he was editor of the Huron Times. On campus, he has been involved with the Gazette and edited the now famous Ethos. Warren McDougall Rod McQueen Rod, a resident of London, is an Honours English student at U.C. During his university career he has worked as managing editor of the Gazette and associate editor of Ethos, the Student Handbook of 1965-66. Brian, a Medical student from London, has been widely involved in publications. He has held the positions of editor of the Student Hand- book, managing editor of the Gazette and as- sistant editor of the Medical Journal. Brian Hutchison assi fassggl Sass assi ass. + t 'E ssfSiSi353 Wilfred Jenkins Wilfred, a Law student from London, has made his major contribution to publications as manager of the Centralized Advertising Bureau. He has also been news editor of the Gazette and Editor of the Western Law Review. 59 Paul, a Londoner in University Col- lege, has been a top-notch writer for many of Western's publications with his major contribution being The Gazette's Page Five editor. Paul Shakespeare Lyle McNair Lyle comes to Western's School of Engineering from London. He has an extensive array of achievements in publications, topped by the edi- torship of Occidentalia 1967. PUBLICATICDNS IVIERIT AWARDS Jon comes to Western's University College from Fergus. He has con- centrated his extracurricular inter- ests into The Gazette where he was co-editor with Schaefer for a term. Jon Murray 'Nw nw John Jukes John, a native of Oakville, has ap- proached publications from two sides. He has been editor of The Gazette as well as U.S.C. Publi- cations Commissioner. 60 A blonde from Scarborough in University College, Penny's main interest has been in The Gazette as entertainment editor. She has also worked on Ethos and the Directory. Penny Kitchen sawxl. l Jim Schaefer Jim, a London resident registered in University College, has made him- self and The Gazette famous dur- ing his 18 month editorship, per- haps the longest term ever. COLLEGE COUNCIL AWARDS Brescia College: School of Business: Honour Awards Barry Jordan Carol Hutchins Bonnie Henderson Huron College: Honour Awards George Mitges Gary Woolsey Merit Awards Wendy Blackwood Linda McCreery Sandra Robinson Louis Silverstein King's College: Honour Awards Terrence Sulyma Douglas Wilson Robert Weir Faculty of Engineering: Merit Awards Geoffrey Anderson Margaret Lever Lyle McNair John Moore Faculty of Law: Ontario Law Students Association Honour Award Thomas Scoccia Dennis Crack Paul Mielko Honour Society Award Wilfred Jenkins Kevin Dore william iviorkin JameS Kent Michael Armstrong George Armstrong George K"'9 Faculty of Medicine: Darragh Mogan William Deluca John Price James Eckert Alfred Mamo Honour Awards James Bullock Robert Colcleugh Stuart Eberhard John Patrick 61 College of Science Merit Awards Christopher Biggs John Carlton Jacob Hofstee Kaye Warden Middlesex College: Honour Awards Thomas Owen Roger Catley Donald Ferguson University College: Honour Awards Gail Garniss Mary Elizabeth Haigh Robert Weese Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye. DEANS' HONOUR LIST, 1966 THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION John H. Brown Leonard F. Lee Albert B. Lehrner Terrence J. Sulyma William J. Walley THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE Barbara D. Boughner Douglas L. Bradley Lorne J. Brandes Priscilla H. Brooke David A. Clarke Robert G. Colcleugh David C. Craig Margaret C. Devlin Bruce G. Douglas Merrill W. Edmonds James B. Gamble David G. Henry William B. Jackson Richard L. Knill Peter J. Law David E. Lehtinen Richardson D. Merritt Stephen B. Moore Wesley A. Nash Robert B. Orton Frederick L. Pattison Meridith A. Rogers Hyman Ross David W. Scheifele Phyllis J, Smith Susan E. Smith Sandra J. Snider Sarah A. Stewart Martin L. Throne Harold R. Watts Glen S. Wither THE FACULTY OF LAW Carolyn J. Askew Edward T. Butcher Ronald W. Dickie Thomas B. Irwin Robert J. Israel Wilfred D. Jenkins James C. Kent Jack E. Plumpton Brian J. Radigan Darryl L. Varey THE FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE Leo A. Behie William B. Brayford David R. Brown Kenneth l. Burgess Murray E. Coultes Frederick G. Dilkes Leonard A. Doerr Richard D. Gee William D. Greason Larry M. Jeffery Wayne D. Johnson John C. Kempling Robert Kok John T. Maclver Peter R. MacLeish Paul E. Mills Wayne A. Nelson Colin A. Nurse Ramli B. Osman Murray T. Puhacz John G. Robertson Martin Sich Brian M. Sharples Ronald H. Shill Donald L. Smith Richard R. Terry John M. Thede Douglas R. Topping Jeffrey D. Whitehouse Sheldon Baryshnik Wayne Bauman Robert L. Beath Peter M. Beddall Harry J. Bergen Brian G. Bloomfield John S. Bradley Paul C. Butler Douglas l. Cameron Danny E. Carruthers Karen E. Chant Rosemary Chapman William F. Clark Marilyn B. Clysdale Robert M. Cobban George W. Conn Andy E. Couckuyt John O. Cox Sydney H. Crackower Robert W. Crook Doreen A. Cumming Wesley S. Cutbush George G. Amyot Donald J. Begg Corinne E. Bieman John M. Boersema Larry W. Brohman Stephanie G. Burke Allan R. Bumstead George E. Bushell Archibald D. Campbell Sandra M. Campbell Candace L. Carsen John S. Clouston Robert D. Cottrell Elizabeth J. Anderson Ruth Benedict Paul R. Blackwell Wilda B. Bostwick Peter A. Braaten Ann K. Bright Sheila H. Brown Eric E. Buckolz Elsie E. Burrows John G. Caplan Rosemary A. Childs Janice I. Christie Margaret J. Clarke Monica A. Connolly Brescia Hilary M. Craig Sister St. Laurence Denomy Sister Mary M. Diesbourg Concetta C. Falzetta Catherine l. Hall King's College John J. Arts Allan J. Dore Thomas M. LaFrance Gary C. McCarthy Leon P. Noel Frederic H. Peters THE FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCE Harry J. Driedger Dixie L. Esseltine Patrick F. Flanagan Nathan Freidman Graeme A. Gair Michael J. Gannon James R. Gatrall Wayne J. Girard Grant J. Hanson Kathleen M. Harper William K. Heagy Donna D. Hennessy Gerald Hewitt Robert H. Heyes James C. Hicks Roger H. Hoag James D. Houston Jillian J. Hudson Donald R. Humphrey Jean L. Humphrey Donald E. Hunsberger Stuart M. Jackson lan M. Johnson Barbara E. Davis Peter H. Dennis Donna J. Dynes Kathleen A. Elgie Nancy E. Fisher Lynn E. Gathercole Regina l. Grube Harriet E. Hedley Susan Jenvay David M. Keith Linda D. Laidlaw Lawrence Leidal Rosemary A. Liddle Bruce D. Little Gordon W. Davies Carol R. Dempsey Merwin Dinkin Diane M. Disher Donna M. Disher Lawrence R. Erickson Lorraine J. Farkas Frances V. Farmer Gail M. Funston Yusuff M. Gafur Christine M. Gauld Margaret E. Gillespie George C. Glover Michael D. Godfrey College Sister Clasina College of Science David H. Keast Brian P. Kennedy Donna M. Kersey Eva A. Kunau Arthur M. Kushner Detlev M. Kussner Dennis P. LaFontaine Bruce B. Lanktree Viiu K. Leius John R. Lind Linda J. Lindsey Constance M. McBain Robin B. McCormick Ernest L. McFarland John H. McKeen Robert W. McManus Lyle M. Makosky Lynette Margesson Larry D. Markham Ruth A. Meaden Stephen J. Michna Robert E. Mickle Paul S. Milley Middlesex College William S. Lockington John A. Loncke Lynda M. Lumsden Elizabeth M. Lyons Linda M. McNichol Brian J. Maginnis Sandra E. Mansell Graham F. Mudge Donald V. Nightingale Roger G. Oatley Michael J. Oke Patricia J. Outtrim Michael R. Pearce Robert D. Preston University College Janet L. Gornall Linda J. Gunn Leslie Gyorok Judith A. Harrington Sheila J. Henderson Patricia A. Hickman Christopher K. Hopper Elizabeth A. Jarvis Barbara L. Jones Kathleen E. Kells Lawrence H. Kopman Sarma Lauge Janet L. Mclntosh Dennis W. McLeavey David C. Mitchell Marilyn J. Morgan Richard D. Mortimer Arthur A. Munn Gerald H. Newell Diane M. Nussey Nancy L. Olde Robert J. Page Park W. Parry Stephen R. Pearl Caroline L. Purdey Flora J. Rathbun David W. Reason Mark A. Richardson Donald K. Rose James R. Rossiter Gregory J. Rothwell David T. Scott Francis G. Shaw John A. Sholdice William J. Sibbald Michael E. Simmons Frederick R. Southcott Joanne A. Pollock Nancy E. Price Patricia K. Pritchard Edwin G. Reiche David M. Reynolds Thomas A. Richardson Catherine L. Sheldrick Ronald A. Shier Patricia A. Skene John R. Smith Robert C. Stevens Anne L. Stirling Edward R. Stuckey James A. Sweetlove Dennis R. Mock George A. Moore George A. Musgrove Shirley H. Mustard John H. Nabben Jacqueline P. Osachuk Hendrik Overduin Edwin M. Perry Hyacinth V. Pigott John A. Pretti James P. Reain Elizabeth A. Reed Christine A. Reid Jean A. Richardson Huron College Donald W. Beggs Hendriks Margaret J. Boulet Joyce H. O'ConnelI Mary E. Duncan Diane M. Quilty Robert C. Harvey Carol A. Strickland Elaine M. Hutcheson Sister Mary A. Turton St. Peter's Seminary Robert J. Armstrong Patrick J. Donohue Michael J. Hughes John F. Ruypers John J. Weiler 63 David C. Taylor Daniel B. Thornton Richard G. Tiegs Brian S. Traviss Melvyn C. Usselman David L. Verdun Jane M. Wachsmuth James D. Walker Rosemary L. Walker William J. Wall David D. Waters Rachel R. Waugh Joseph K. Weaver Warren G. Webb Peter S. Webster Shelley P. Weekes Celia A. Whiting Gudrun l. Wieczorek Hilton L. Wilson Norman R. Wong Preston A. Zuliani Herman V. Zwanzig Stephen D. Sword Cherry L. Thiel Barbara W. Thompson Barbara A. Thomsen John D. Thorpe John F. Vallely Kees J. Vandenheuvel Bert C. Verstraete Sandra V. Ware Lois B. Wilkinson Ursula H. Winkler Donna Zembala Martin T. Zimmer Robert G. Riddle Nancy A. Robinson Joseph O. Sinclair Thomas C. Spiers Robert F. Stock Barbara A. Suzuki Helene A. Temmer Charlotte Tomczyk Jeanine W. Tough Ann Y. Van Hemert Jacob Veenstra Nigel P. Watson Robert D. Weese Stephanie L. White James S. MacDonald Peter D. Omnet Janice C. Potter Michael J. Smith Agnese M. Todesco College of Music Janet M. Harper Patricia M. Saurbrei Carol F. Saunders Stephen C. Willis Margaret E. Woodall Thomas R. wright Willa R. Argent Karen B. Auzins Wayne B. Bauman John S. Charlton Elizabeth M. Cheremeta Brian G. Cooke Kevin R. Cooper David M. Dean George R. Douglas Roman W. Fedyna Patrick F. Flanagan David J. Austen Robert L. Beath Robert G. Bain Peter M. Beddall Juris A. Bojars Robert B. Bourne David B. Boyd Bruce D. Bocking Robert W. Bradley Sheldon Baryshnik Paul C. Butler Robert J. Byrick Ross G. Cameron Gordon B. Carmichael Danny E. Carruthers Dennis R. Chapman Mark Chapman Rosemary Chapman Robert M. Cobban Maureen T. Columbus Wesley S. Cutbush Neil G. Devitt Harry J, Driedger Robert K. Dunkerly Ronald R. Dymond Ian M. Begg Elizabeth I. Brady Candace L. Carsen John S. Clouston Collin D. Craddock Donna J. Dynes Mary M. Allen Jane E. Allison George G. Amyot Mary E. Antill Cynthia G. Armstrong John D. Arnott Peter Y. Atkinson Daryl B. Babcock Donald J. Begg Dorothy J. Bezan Corinne E. Bieman lna Bouthoorn Larry W. Brohman George E. Bushell George Bolotenko Joan l. Creedon Brian A. Emmett Robert A. Blackburn Paul R. Blackwell Peter A. Braaten Fern E. Brouse Elsie E. Burrows Janice l. Christie Frederick J. Collins DEANS' HONOLJR LIST, 1967 Wayne J. Girard Peter P. Gollom Bryan D. Green Jacqueline D. Grisdale Donald B. Hayden Donna D. Hennessy James C. Hicks Karen M. Hosner Stuart M. Jackson George A. Jarvis John R. Johnson Thomas S. Eberhard Frank R. Engelhardt Thomas D. Fairbairn David W. Faulkner Robert C. Finnie David T. Fisher Elizabeth A. Fisher Mary F. Fitzsimmons Robert B. Fraser Nathan Friedman Lillian D. Gorman Bruce R. Green Bert Guindon Peter D. Hambly Paul Hammerich Margaret A. Hancock James G. Hare Kathleen M. Harper Glenn Harris Denis H. Harrison Karl R. Hartwick William K. Heagy Susan E. Henderson Robert H. Heyes Judith C. Higgins Donald S. Ferguson Robert A. Fowler June M. Hllborn Bonnie L. Homuth Nicholas C. Johnson Lawrence H. Kopman Linda D. Laidlaw Sandra M. Campbell Laura A. Carruthers Catherine A. Chapman Rosemary A. Childs Mary J. Clarke John L. Cook Robert D. Cottrell Linda D. Crinklaw Barbara E. Davis Lynda A. Dredge Karen M. Emans Gillian M. Ferns Jacqueline L. Ferris Louise M. Forbes Camille L. Fox Donna L. Field Lila M. Johnston Donna B. Millen Dianne E. Nantais Mervin Dinkin Richard J. Doyle Thomas H. Dressler Ronald G. Drimmie Victor J. Dudek Lorne G. Evans William F. Fell Norman Gledhill College of Science Dennis P. Lafontaine David B. Lamperd Constance M. MacBain Robin B. McCormick Celia A. MacDonald John D. Mahon Lyle M. Makosky Donna M. Manchester Ruth A. Meaden Arthur G. Merifield Robert E. Mickle Constance R. Nelles Roger H. Hoag Marilyn H. Hopp Donald R. Humphrey Jean L. Humphrey Richard A. lrvine lan M. Johnson Linda J. Johnston Hytham A. Kadrie David E. Kemp Brian P. Kennedy Janice L. Kestle Detlev M. Kussner Brian G. Latham David M. Lavigne Alan J. Leach Linda J. Lindsey Albert W. Little Daniel J. Loncke Kathryn R. Love Ronald W. Lyons John C. McCallum Gordon R. MacDougall Ernest L. McFarland Dan C. Mclntyre Donald C. Maclver lan D. McLeod Middlesex College Lawrence Leidal Linda M. McNichol Rudolf W. Michaeli Dennis R. Mock Donald V. Nightingale Roger G. Oatley Gary J. Phillips Colleen D. French Judith K. Girvan Jane E. Gordon Paul A. Gordon John F. Graham Rrchard F. Grant Lynne C. Groskorth Anne F. Harris Janet E. Howard Jillian J. Hudson Karl A. Kentenich Ann P. Kinmonth Robert A. Knighton David L. Lillico David B. Little Talbot College Gordon D. Nash Ross B. Snyder Lynda M. Speers University College George C. Glover Michael D. Godfrey Harold W. Greenwood Martin Heessels George J. Heigenhauser Sheila J. Henderson Helen M. Kamien Carol J. Korber Rosemary L. Newkirk Lynda M. Parker Edward L. Puodziukas Maxwell B. Rogers Thomas A. Schmidt Francis G. Shaw lan M. Shelton Carol S. Sherwood Anthony A. Smith Jean B. Smith Margaret D. Smith Jon B. Marchuk Larry B. Markham John W. Martin Thomas R. Mayberry Stephen J. Michna Grace A. Miller Robert T. Miller Paul S. Milley David C. Mitchell Lawrence M. Mok James W. Moore Nancy L. Olde John D. Overy Robert J. Page Harry H. Panjer William R. Pifer Donald A. Plumb Kathleen J. Procunier Murray T. Puhacz Isabelle M. Reeb Mark A. Richardson David Riley Donald K. Rose Henry R. Schmidt Susan Schulman Anthony J. Schulze Raymond P. Quinlan Edwin G. Reiche Catherine L. Sheldrick Sheila M. Simpson Dianne E. Spearman Cherry L. Thiel David A. Thornton Maureen E. Logan Susan E. Lummiss Lynda M. Lumsden Elizabeth M. Lyons Sandy McFadzean Marnie E. McKee Louise M. McKillop Brian J. Maginnis Elaine M. Medley Mary L. Murray Gayle M. Nesbitt Catherine L. Olivery Joanne A. Pollock Norman S. Rankin Catherine M. St. Pierre Janet H. Stevenson Claudia J. Strachan David M. Thompson Nancy K. Treloar Carol A. Macklin Russell A. Mills Shirley H. Mustard John H. Nabben Kenneth G. Peters Elizabeth A. Reed Kathryn A. Seright Michael J. Slater Paul R. Steacy Ronald B. Tadman William R. Tallman David L. Verdun Barbara Von Riekoff James D. Walker Edward J. Ward Gudrun l. Wieczorek Ross B. Willis Preston A. Zuliani Herman V. Zwanzig Franklin W. Schwartz David T. Scott Louis C. Sfreddo Richard D. Sherwin Daniel Slipacoff Alison M. Smiley Ian M. Smith Carol E. Summers Richard K. Summers Charles Y. Sun John C. Taylor Daniel B. Thornton Richard G. Tiegs Jeffrey H. Tolman Richard G. Tiegs Jeffrey H. Tolman Timothy J. Turner John Vanderkooy Bruce B. Watson Joseph K. Weaver Warren G. Webb Hugh G. White Welwyn L. Wilton Sandra E. Witherspoon Judith L. Wyatt Sheila H. Zurbrigg Bert C. Verstraete Jane M. Wachsmuth Ursula H. Winkler Elizabeth J. Wonnacott Edward A. Wright Sherry E. Zurbrigg Pearl M. Scheifele John G. Shouldice Sandra J. Simpson John R. Smith Carol A. Stalker Robert C. Stevens Robert F. Stock James A. Sweetlove Barbara A. Tindale Thomas C. Uren John F. Vallely Donna R. Wagg Bonnie A. Wreford Donna Zembala Thomas H. Waugh Alma M. Wonnacott Susan M. Wood Nancy C. Smith Mary M. Smyth Courtney L. Steggles Walter T. Steven Barbara W. Thompson Robert D. Weese Linda F. Yates Shayne E. Ainsworth lan C. Bender Helen Biga Milton Blake Jeffrey M. Blidner Irma L. Braun Sheila H. Brown Eric E. Buckolz Nancy E. Cameron Karen E. Chant Mark R. Cole Jack A. Couckuyt David A. Cruickshank Susan E. Auchincloss Claire A. Collings Stephanie S. Davey Sister St. Laurence Denomy Mary E. Dlesbourg Bryan G. Baynham Donald W. Beggs Margaret J. Boulet Donald A. Carrick John J. Arts Alfred J. Belecky Dennis R. Desrivieres College of Music Janet A. Cairns Robert J. Ford Stephen C. Day Maurice P. Downs Pamela J. Elliott Sandra C. Fischer Anne D. Forester Gail L. Funston Lynn E. Gathercole James R. Gatrall Sheila L. Gee Fred H. Genesee Connie R. Gentleman George P. Gettas Margaret E. Gillespie Concetta C. Falzetta Susan L. Hardy Mary C. Hendriks Kathleen T. Kelly Jo Ann MacDonald Robert C. Harvey Eleanor L. Herridge Byron M. Herrington Meredith A. Hill Kevin R. Dore Gary C. McCarthy David K. Miller Patricia M. Sauerbrei Stephen C. Willis THE FACULTY OF LAW Michael J. Anderson Grant R. Barker Joseph F. Belecky Gary L. Black Thomas E. Butcher Richard N. Clarke Ronald W. Dickie John D. Helson Robert J. Israel Wilfred D. Jenkins Leonard P. Kavanaugh James C. Kent University College Linda D. Greenwood Judith A. Harrington Lorna R. Harvey Patricia A. Hickman Helene A. High Visia M. Jakubowski Douglas N. Jamieson Elizabeth A. Jarvis Dianne R. Kahle Kathleen E. Kells Sarma Lauge Ellen L. Lewis Judy A. MacDonald Brescia College Sheilagh K. McEvenue Sheila C. McKinley Judith R. Marchant Mary L. Murphy Sister St. Charles Organ Huron College Elaine M. Hutcheson Judith G. Johnstone James W. Knight Marion K. Merriman David J. Norton King's College Brother A. Majoor Leon P. Noel David G. Oravec Icontinuedi Janet L. Mclntosh Judith E. McLean Dennis W. McLeavey Darla L. McNeely Marcella J. May Laurence J. Mogg George A. Moore Joyce E. Moore Jacqueline P. Osachuk William S. Park Robert W. Passfield Vaughan A. Peckham Hyacinth V. Pigott Janis E. Page Anne M. Palovcik Mary M. Parent Diane M. Quilty Sister Rachelle Renaud Janice C. Potter Sylvia B. Roder Elinor I. Scott Brian A. Shaw Gary W. Thoms William J. Vernooy Pamela R. Power Kenneth S. Ripley Kathryn A. Simpson Brian E. Smith Michael J. Smith Thomas C. Spiers Enzy Steinstra Naomi R. Suzuki Jeanine W. Tough Jacob Veenstra Stephanie L. White Bette J. Withers Barbara C. Zankcwski Meredith A. Rogers Rosemary Speak Carol A. Strickland Alexis A. Taskey Agnese M. Todesco Murray G. Somerville Lesley L. Southerst William A. Szego Mary C. Thistle Edward P. Werstine Daniel R. Whelan Brian G. Woolsey St. Peter's Seminary Robert J. Armstrong Bryan J. Blackmore John J. Weller THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION David L. Lovell George K. McClure John T. Morin Ross R. Nicholson William V. Sasso Peter H. Schartz Jagdat V. Toolsie Darryl L. Varey Robert G. Ward Dennis W. Warner Dezso Windischmann Theo Wolder THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE Harry J. Bergen John G. Biggs Brian G. Bloomfield Douglas L. Bradley Lorne J. Brandes Priscilla H. Brooke John P. Cain David A. Clark Robert G. Colcleugh Margaret C. Devlin Bruce G. Douglas John A. Evans Michael J. Gannon David G. Henry Boyd C. Hoddinott Douglas A. Holder William M. Howitt Joseph M. llnicki William B. Jackson Judith L. Kutt Peter J. Law David E. Lehtinen Richard D. Merritt Peter M. Nichol Park W. Parry Frederick L. Pattison Stephen R. Pearl Edward D. Ralph Flora J. Rathbun Ronald N. Robins Cecil H. Rorabeck David W. Scheifele Phyllis J. Smith Susan E. Smith Sandra J. Snider Sarah A. Stewart Patricia K. Teal William J. Wall Barbara D. Willan lan F. Yeats John H. Anderson John M. Boersema John H. Brown Jeffrey A. Chaplin Yusuff M. Gafur Albert B. Lehrner Donald E. Loeb James S. MacDonald Donald C. McLoughlin Ronald E. Moore Jeffrey M. Mudge Michael R. Pearce Joseph O. Sinclair Hugh T. Sulyma William J. Walley David F. Walsh THE FACULTY OF DENTISTRY David J. Kenny John R. Lind Marilyn J. Morgan THE FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE Richard F. Beecham Leo A. Behie Stephen D. Blackwell Lloyd W. Bracewell David R. Brown Murray E. Coultes Frederick G. Dilkes Leonard A. Doerr Russell A. Gonder William D. Greason Donald W. Hitchcox Barry Holtzkener Larry M. 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' X 1 N l A ' Hu ,X -, 49 G N f We I f l y 5, :L 0 as Ak Q? 5 Sf Dr. G. Edward Hall President and Vice-Chancellor You, the graduates of 1967, are taking your place in a world still troubled by war, hate, bigotry, hunger and disease. Yours is the challenge to work for international peace, goodwill, tolerance, plenty and health. Great, too, are the tasks and opportunities that await you in Canada, now beginning its second century of nationhood. This is my last messagea as President: Never cease striving, never stop learning, never be satisfied with yourself, and never rest on your accomplishments. Words cannot properly convey my gratitude for the stimulus which the students of Western have given me in carrying out my duties and for the many personal friendships l have enjoyed among the student body over the past 22 years. And now, as I join the Class of '67 in leave-taking, l wish you and the many graduating classes who have preceded us a heartfelt "Fare Well". Colonel D. B. Weldon Chairman Board of Governors This year will likely be remembered as the year in which students re- ceived more publicity in the news media than ever before. I think that this is a healthy situation, pro- viding a realistic perspective is maintained and one's studies are not allowed to suffer through par- ticipation in too many extra-curric- ular activities. lt is very heartening that at Western we have resolved the problems which have arisen by developing and strengthening the fine rap- port which has been built among the faculty, students, and admini- strators over the years. PHOTO CREDITZ BILL BARRETT TTT? PHOTO CREDIT1 BETA PHOTOS NN -' 1 X X wif' f'-r..4.f Dr. D. Carlton Williams President and Vice-Chancellor Designate Westerns new president, Dr. D. Carlton Williams, 54 years of age. a former Vice-President of the Uni- versity of Toronto, who took over here on July 1, 1967, told OXY, "Since I am President-Designate rather than the President I do not feel it appropriate for me to con- tribute to the Administration section of OXY '67, t it-' i A - ' lr W f :Q ,df -' fel... , Q N- W XX i V .j,f'r"KQ,1 5'-41?-Ax, PHOTO CREDITI BILL BARRETT Dr. M. K. Inman Vice-President Arts and Science Despite the dynamic character of the academic year 1966-67, the student body as a whole differed little from those of former years. The majority endeavoured to achieve the purpose for which they entered the University - to acquire an education. They did this by adopting regular habits of study and, in many case, engaging in ex- tracurricular activities which did not interfere unduly with their strictly academic programs. V. P. Cronyn Chancellor From the stability of University life, you that graduate in 1967 will en- ter an unstable world which you will share with a few sound leaders and many others of mixed charac- ter and mixed-up theories. The success of this country, and of yourselves in it, has as one of its foundation stones, a sound working knowledge of economics. While you are yet young, make it your business to familiarize your- self as fully as possible with the subject. However, do not allow yourself to become bound by the laws of the economist, for, as the late Albert Einstein stated, "Imagi- nation is more important than knowledge". PHOTO CREDITI BETA PHOTOS Dr. O. H. Warwick Vice-President Health Sciences Expansion is the characteristic fea- ture of the Health Sciences at Western in this decade and the year 1966-67 was no execption. Additions have been made to full- time staff, particularly in the clini- cal sciences both in medicine and dentistry. The planning of the Uni- versity Hospital has required equal effort. With the close of the aca- demic year, the architects have moved to the working drawings and we hope that construction will be- gin next summer. PHOTO CREDITZ BILL BARRETT R. B. Willis Vice-President You are leaving but we bid you "Au Revoir" and not "Good-bye". We look forward to hearing from you againg indeed we count on your continued interest in Western. As graduates you will have the oppor- tunity to continue to be involved in the affairs of your Alma Mater through the Alumni Association and as members of advisory commit- tees. We shall follow your careers with pride and look to you for coun- sel as we built the Western of Tomorrow. Dr. J. K. Watson Registrar The undergraduate years of the Class of '67 have been special in the long-term development of the University. Not only has the student body been articulate about its role in university affairs, but the statisti- cal graphs on academic perform- ance have shown a downward curve in failure rate, and an up- ward one in percentage of students attaining Dean's Honour Lists. Since 1963, several new programs have been offered, and the added diversity has contributed to diver- sification of student personalities. We who stay at the University shall watch your progress, and your im- pact upon the world, with pride and affection. Man's inhumanity to man has never been more evident than it is today. This is clear wherever we look- in cities, rural areas, business, politics, education, and even in the church. lt is little wonder that na- tions are unable to live in harmony when the people in them are not able to do so. Western, like most universities throughout the world, has reflected this trend during the past year, yet we must have faith in education as an effective means to bring us to an age of reason. T. L. Hoskin Dean of Men tguaa.. me PHOTO OREOIT: BETA PHOTOS PHOTO CREDW BETA PHOTOS Ward Cornell President Alumni Association This past year saw the culmination of many Alumni projects that started long ago and, with their frui- tion, the Association embarks on a new era. Alumni Hall has been opened, Spring Festival has moved to its new home, now an expanded series of performances by outstand- ing artists will be presented there. The Art Committee has started vig- orously to add to the University's permanent collection. ln the affairs of the University we represent an objective "off campus" position which is tempered with our affec- tion and loyalty to our school. lt is clear that the Alumni Association has an important and a growing role to play in University life and we look forward to having the grad- uates of '67 join us in our future undertakings. 70 N-.,,,,f 1966-67: a highlight, a memorable and significant event in the Depart- ment of the Dean of Women? Sure- ly everyone will agree that it was the opening of Delaware Hall, our second women's residence. Dela- ware Hall beautifully situated on the campus by the Thames River houses 452 students. The quality of this splendid residence reflects the attitudes and values of the Uni- versity. lt is impossible to thank appropriately all those who had a share in its operation and so, I simply nominate the residents of Delaware as "Women of the Year". Dr. L. E. Neal Dean of Women .'i-. 1, "'::,q X? X A .ski - . -Q .fn ,sk . N PHOTO CREDITI BETA PHOTOS EN Reverend J. J. Carrigan Rector St. Peter's Seminary PHOTO CREDITS VICTOR AZIZ PHOTOGRAPHY Dr. Fl. J. Rossiter Dean of Graduate Students For the first time Western's grad- uate enrollment has exceeded 1,000 students. Of course, about 300 are in the program leading to the Ph.D. degree. The proportion of students enrolled in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at Western ex- ceeds that of any other Ontario University. Graduate programs added include Master of Engineer- ing, Master of Library Science, and Master of Science in Computer Sci- ence. Because of the rapid in- crease in garduate student enroll- ment, the provision of study and recreational facilities for graduate students has continued to be a challenge. 71 Dr. A. D. Osborn Dean Library and Information Science PHOTO CREDITZ BETA PHOTOS Dr. W. S. Turner Dean of Althouse College The 1966-67 year at Althouse Col- lege of Education was marked by: an encouraging increase in the en- rollment, with approximately one third of all students qualifying for admission to Type A or Specialist Certificatesg a decision by the Min- ister ot Education to provide a fel- lowship of 55500, effective Septem- ber 1967, to each student regis- tered at a College of Education in Ontariog a further decision by the Minister to terminate in 1969 the summer route to certification ex- cept for persons with post-univer- sity experience wishing to qualify as secondary school teachers, and further discussions concerning graduate courses. Rev. J. G. Morden Principal of Huron College During the academic year 1966-67 the Duff Berdahl Report was given consideration by students, faculty and the governing body of Huron College. At the December meeting the Corporation approved four changes within the framework of the present Huron College Act of Incorporation to improve lines of communication among us all. These changes are the outstanding events for Huron College in 1966-67 as they point to an even closer Com- munity of Scholars. The voice of Faculty and Students is now more strongly joined with the Corpor- ,ation and Administration in the guiding and directing of our educa- tional goals and community life. PHOTO CREDITI KEN JENSEN STUDIOS Miss A. M. Armitt Director Summer School and Extension 72 PHOTO CREDIT1 BETA PHOTOS if? Q-Heb' Cnr--e-vga PHOTO CREDIT1 BETA PHOTOS Reverend E. P. Larocque Dean of King's College It is difficult to assess the degree of success or failure of any educa- tional endeavour at a given mo- ment in its evolution, however, it is important that we see what has been done in order that we may be able to more clearly set our sights for the future. The one most important change in the past year occurred last July when, with the understanding co-operaion of St. Peter's Seminary and the permis- sion of the University Senate and Board of Governors, the College of Christ the King attained its major- ity and a needed official identity as King's College. PHOTO CREDITZ ASHLEY-CRIPPEN Dr. W. J. Dunn Dean of Dentistry Three dates stand out in 1966 for the Faculty of Dentistry-August 22, September 12, and September 27. The first saw the General Con- tractor arrive to begin the construc- tion of the Dental Sciences Build- ing. The second heralded the pres- ence on campus of Western's first class of dental students. The third welcomed the Honourable M. B. Dymond, M.D., Minister of Health, to officiate at the ground-breaking ceremony. This was a difficult year for Dentistry's freshman students and to say that one is simply proud of this pilot class is an understate- ment. I am overwhelmingly proud of these seven people. PHOTO CREDIT1 BETA PHOTOS C. A. von Kuster Dean of College of Music The increasing interest in music and the other creative arts which is generally evident in Canada was witnessed this season on our cam- pus with concerts, recitals, plays and exhibitions. lt is especially gratifying to note the increasingly important role that students have played in all the cultural activities of our University- as participants, organizers, promoters and spon- sors. Those of you who have con- tributed to the success of this year's program of events may take pride in the high level of excellence often achieved and in the knowl- edge that your standards will be the yardstick for those who follow you. k ry . I . 9 ' Y Q PHOTO CREDITS BETA PHOTOS Fi. C. Aiken Dean of Nursing ln September 1966, the first stu- dents were enrolled in a new four- year program leading to the Bache- lor of Science in Nursing Degree. Western now offers a program in which courses in basic Nursing are taught by the University faculty. Since the new program was an- nounced there has been a very en- thusiastic response on the part of applicants, students and faculty. Also a new three-year degree pro- gram for Registered Nurses is plan- ned for next year. May I take this opportunity to con- gratulate the students on their ac- complishments this past year and wish them success in future years. 73 PHOTO CREDITZ BETA PHOTOS Mother Dominica Dean of Brescia College Brescia College has kept pace with the increasing University enrol!- ment, particularly in the Depart- ment of Home Economics, which this College operates exclusively at Western. The quality of teach- ing depends in large measure upon the material advantages provided by modern techniques and equip- ment. It should be a prime con- cern of administrators to provide the necessary funds for the expa- sion in educational institutions, in residences, laboratories and class- room facilities, required by Cana- da's growing universities. lt is our concern as well as our sincere hope to be able to provide the best in faculty and equipment to the stu- dents at Western. A. W. Fi. Carrothers Dean of Law v-5. It PHOTO CREDITi KEN JENSEN STUDIOS PHOTO CREDITZ PAUL HORRDAL LTD. Dr. A. W. Trueman Dean of University College .5 v .-f 'M M? PHOTO CREDITZ ROY KUMANO STUDIO Dr. D. Booking Dean of Medicine Medical students have been in- volved in university life for signifi- cantly more years than other un- dergraduate students. Thus, they are in a position to bring mature judgement and experience to the problems and concerns of univer- sity student organizations and gov- ernment and should, if studies per- mit, participate. lt is my hope that a spirit of co-operation among fac- ulty, students and administration will continue to exist in the Faculty of Medicine, permitting it to play its share in the overall university de- velopment and to fulfill its role in medical education, research, and the provision of exemplary care in the affiliated teaching hospitals. 74 'N ,sw J-P"' PHOTO CREDITI VICTOR AZIZ PHOTOGRAPHV Dr. J. G. Rowe Dean of Talbot College May l say as Dean of Talbot Col- lege that no administrator was ever more fortunate in his colleagues and students than I during the aca- demic year 1966-67. In the world of the University, the roles of both Faculty and students are changing. It is my conviction that we have only just begun to see the beginnings of a long process of evolution which will alter the pres- ent academic and administrative structure of the modern university in ways beyond our imagination. The maturity, good sense and vis- ion of the Faculty and students of Talbot College augur well for the future. I am pleased to have the opportun- ity to offer my congratulations to the Class of '67, and to extend best wishes for the years ahead. The School is now entering a new phase of its development. Expan- sion of our physical facilities and our faculty is underway. The Class of '67 has seen the beginning of the winds of change that will sweep through the educational and busi- ness life of this nation. We welcome you to our alumni body, and in- vite you to continue to participate with us in the building of one of the world's great schools of Business Administration. J. J. Wetlaufer Dean of Business Administration PHOTO CREDIT: BETA PHOTOS I am pleased to note that our stu- dents, working through the execu- tive ofthe Engineering Society have shown increasing concern during the year 1966-67 for the general welfare of their Faculty. Sugges- tions were put forward for a stu- dent-faculty liaison committee, and a system of course critiques, organ- ized and administered by the stu- dents, was introduced on a faculty- wide basis. In each case these endeavours attracted the whole- hearted support of the Faculty, thus ensuring that future development in the Faculty will be in harmony with the principles inherent in the proposed University of Western On- tario Act of 1967. Fl. M. Dillon Dean of Engineering PHOTO CREDIT! BETA PHOTOS Dr. A. E. Scott Dean of College of Science The college of Science marked its second anniversary on July 1, 1967 and its second year as a separate academic unit within the Faculty of Arts and Science. lt has been an important year of change and growth that has seen the drafting of a new University Act which will seat members of the student body on the highest academic council, the Senate, and will also give them a voice on the Board of Governors. This recognition of the part which the student body plays with respect to the University as a whole is a significant step forward in West- ern's growth and development. 75 The academic year 1966-67 in Mid- dlesex College was memorable pri- marily as a result of the resurgence of student initiative in the field of university government and a new awareness of the responsibilities of leadership demonstrated by most student and faculty members of the College. Last year brought forth a Utopian zeal for participation in all phases of university life by both the student body and the faculty. I use the word "zeal" since many of the problems posed were set out with such enthusiasm that the prac- tical aspects of the problems were often obscured or left unsolved. Fi. N. Shervill Dean of Middlesex College PHOTO CREDITS BETA PHOTOS il ' 4L I EQ -V3 4 W . x V , ', xv" .Av rt ii' Q- in X ,ig-?Y.f::i ,E , M QR: 1 .W Y - +"' H 1 ' HK X di-' Q a f lv ' K N LX A Ib f M 1 f , ZH Q - 1 X QL A 9Q Q Q V317 W' ! gc V Y W" li -15-if 5:51.-'?Q:.,f', V175 W Rf' 5' l 'v-if 1 1?-7-'lx -if-,' 'Q'?"':Q eg X Q " 91 J!! 4 ' ,. a f I Wm f ' - Wg '3 7, 1'gf"'F ,f 2, X- .lf'5'Yl"' x v.N,,4A ,haf Rf I . , ,, 5 X- a' 'ff EV? w ' 4. L K ,' XM A -ff1'u'gi, . f M5L5Qs7S,Q1g',,7ymsv 1 Q W A . -' 'Y 'gf' if nv' fi 'LY 'f i1f.QQA37gQ'??9f-iSY..if ' i... f' ff x eip wif V , gd V1-dj ' JIvw.h:Q:A' fl . ,713 , ,- ' ,,vl1',,. q",l4 1 -I . Qilmx, ,I . 1' .qg ffj M, , Q ,"- f- -'Q' 'fb Rf:-, ' ,uf ,.," ' . " Mr'-Q f ww 6. f", Jf, M - ,-sig? ep -" '-' l- 'W' , wil d'-W, Nw-U! un fm" --9 J , ,, -'gr "fl i" W' 3 W f xf':s7Q'W' L'-, ,i s . 'JZ ls-' E, X V '- , ,rm " "" M' , ,Q V M c. , . - 1 "1 ! ,, afff'f:V3fW92f.iC' 1 Q?2:e N !- 5f f ,1 ,RSlII,iM - - -3 . w H s.- Q, V - 'ffvlflqyflwxf-5'-1 'Q Q 3,551 1 4 1 .. IJ! M... A . Y 5, R W im .vr""""""A"' ' S '- " j' -In bw ,X kgxu. M X 2 V- I -i - Xxx Y WA N X Qi mme- vm X ' U sf -A N X v pls Ji! Qtr Y., . ' 'Qu' ,,,,,2'Z'a ,323 ' ,,, 1' fa' g 1 is z : i P41 A-IGS! ,JT 5' ' 1, 15 . ,.f - v ,q,. 1rYf..:fjf-L- f . I gow 5:11 10 1.-LY y f., 40 " ' . , ref? - -. .W f av-A ka 9659 rx., .-Jr--r E12 A ADAIR, C. Margaret, Diploma, Nursing, Education, Markham, Ont., Intramural Sports. ADAMS, Catherine M., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Grand Bend, Ont., Brescia Beacon, iEditorj, Sodality Prefect, Occidentalia, Newman Club, Intramural Sports. ADAMS, W. David, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Lachine, Quebec, Ski Club, Gazette, Curling Club, T.N.T.P.C. AJAYI, Simeon l., Honours B.A., Economics, London, Ont., International Students' Club, King's College Council, Economics Club, Newman Club, White Cross Club. ALEXANDER, Margery A., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Petitcodiac, N.B., Curling Club. Three years ago Or was it four i Came DSFG To Western And now I leave This place These people ALLAN, Phyllis, B.A., Secretarial Science, St. Catharines, Ont., Sailing Club, Ski Club. ALLEN, Mary Jane, B.A., Secretarial Science, Sarnia, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club, University College Council, Sailing Club. ALLIN, David R., B.A., General Arts, Huron, London, Ont., S.C.M. iPresidentj United Church Club. AMBIS, Stanley W., M.D., Burlington, Ont., Hippocratic Council, Osler Society Tachycardia, Alpha Kappa Kappa. ANAS, James S., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., This mass of limestone Sculptured Just so With a memory Of Western And you. 3? ANDERSON, Donna J Diploma, Nursing, Education, Weston, Ont., Nursing Council, Blood Drive. ANDERSON, Geoffrey R., B.E.Sc., Electrical, London, Ont., U.E.S. Council, Engineering Journal iEditorj. ANDERSON, John H. Honours B.A., Business Administration, Ancaster, Ont., Huron iHead Dont, Intramural Sports, Marketing Club, C.A.B., Kappa Alpha Society ANDERSON, Michael J., LL.B., London, Ont., Zeta Psi. ANDREWS, Carol D., B.A., General Arts., U.C., Scarborough, Ont., ANDREWS, Jane E., B.A., Secretarial Science, Cornwall, Ont., Huron College Council, Occidentalia, Debating Union, Ski Club, Newman Club. ANDREWS, Joan S., Honours B.A., Music, Ottawa, Ont., Concert Band, Choral Ensemble, College of Music Opera. ANDRUCHOW, James E., Honours B.A., Mathematics, Blenheim, Ont., Math Club. ANDRZEJEWSKI, Irene, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Port Hope, Ont., Intramural Sports, Fencing Club. ANNIS, Dorinda J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Ottawa, Ont., Ski Club, Curling Club, French Club. Gilbert and Sullivan. ANNIS, Geraldine M., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Toronto, Ont. APPLETON, John, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Peterborough, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club, Intramural Sports. ARCHDEKIN, Stanley G., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Curling Club, Archery Club, Rod and Gun Club, Rowing Club, Film Society. ARCHER, Caroline M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Montreal, Quebec, Sailing Club, Huron College Debating Club, Inter-Faith Council, French Club, Community Action Program. 44 , -Q W-ar ARGENT, Willa R., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. ARMSTRONG, Kenneth D., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Alvinston, Ont., History Club, Liberal Club, Zeta Psi. ARMSTRONG, R. Michael, B.A., General Arts, K.C., Toronto, Ont., Italian Club, Mustang Football, Intramural Sports. ARNETT, Brenda M. Diploma, Nursing, Nursing Education, Oakville, Ont., Curling Club, Tachycardia, Blood Drive. ARNOLD, Robert L., Honours B.A., Music, Chatham, Ont., UWO Orchestra. ARVAY, Jeanne M., B.A., Secretarial Science, Welland, Ont., Italian Club, Newman Club, Ski Club, Middlesex College Council, United Nations Club. ASHER, Gary W., M.D., Chatham, Ont., Tachycardia, Osler Society. ASSUNTA, Sister, tPatricia Valeriotei, B.Sc.N., Kitchener, Ontario. ATKEY, Brenda, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Waterford, Ont., ATKINS, Beatrice L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Women's Athletic Association, Intercollegiate Volleyball, Intramural Sports, United Church Club, Social Service Club. AUDET, Pierre H., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Kapuskasing, Ont., Progressive Conservatice Club, Curling Club, History Club. AUZINS, Karen B., Honours B.Sc., Zoology, Kirkland Lake, Ont., Women's Athletic Association, Intercollegiate Archery. AYRES, James D., Althouse, London, Ont. BAHCHELI, Tozun S., Honours B.A., Political Science, Nicosia, Cyprus, International Students' Club, Rod and Gun Club. ,. -M., .1 ..1 BAILEY, Barbara A., Honours B.A., Music, Amherstburg, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Purple Patches, Concert Band, Music College Council, U.W.O. Orchestra. BAILEY, Bonnie B., Honours B.A., French.and.German, Sarnia, Ont., German Club, Curling Club, intramural Sports, International Students' Club. BAILLIE, Aubrey W., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Oakville, Ont., Bridge Club, Marketing Club, Kappa Alpha Society, Mustang Band, Seminar '66. BAIRD, Dennis G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Sarnia, Ont., ROTP, History Club, Progressive Conservative Club, Auto Sport Club, University Services Rifle Team. BAKELAAR, Cornelius, Althouse, Auburn, Ont., lnterhouse Sports. BAKER, W. Edward, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Weston, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports. BAKER, Robert J., M.D., Chatham, Ont., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Tachycardia, Sydenham Hall Warden's Council, Progressive Conservative Club. BALD, John W., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Niagara Falls, Ont., Auto Sports Club, Geography Club. BALL, John R., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Kerwood, Ont. BALLANTINE, Graham W., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Intramural Sports. BALLANTYNE, Rainette D., B.Sc.N., Kapuskasing, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports. BALLARD, Patricia A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Purple Patches, Liberal Club, Newman Club, Psychology Club. BAMSEY, Robert G., B.E.Sc., Mechanical, London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Auto Sport Club. BANKS, Judith L., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Brantford, Ont., Curling Club, Liberal Club, Bridge Club. BANNISTER, Leslie R., M.D., Brantford, Ont., C.U.S. Committee, Tachycardia, Alpha Kappa Kappa Med's Choir, intramural Sports. BARBER, Ronald F., LL.B., London, Ont., Debating Union, Legal Society Council, University Students' Council, Moot Court. BARIBAULT, James W., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Curling Club, History Club. BARNES, Gary R., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Port Lambton, Ont., Intercollegiate Badminton, Phi Gamma Delta, C.A.B. lManaaerl, intramural Sports, Huron lDonl. BARNHART, Betty J B.A., General Arts, U.C., Timmins, Ont. BARR, Glenn E., B.E.Sc., Civil, London, Ont.. The Engineer lEditorj, U.E.S. Council, E.l.C. BARR, James A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Arthur, Ont., Huron College Council. BARRON, Gordon B., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Flying Club. BABTEL, Clara E., Honours B.A., English, London, Ont., Hesperian Club, English Club. BARTER, Shelagh M., B.A., Secretarial Science, Willowdale, Ont., Ski Club, Colour Party, Gymnastics Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Curling Club. BARTH, Frederick, LL.B., Sudbury, Ont. BATES, Jean E., B.Sc.N., Dundas, Ont., Nursing Council. BAUER, Edina G., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Windsor, Ont., Liberal Club, P.H.R.E. Club, Intercollegiate Swimming. BAUMAN, Marsha L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Liberal Club, Social Service Club, Ski Club. ...J What is Western What is it really If l had to tell you Briefly Could l answer that Or will l ever know? BAUMAN, Wayne, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Owen Sound, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship. BAUMAN, Wayne E., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Owen Sound, Ont., Zeta Psi, Curling Club. BAUMANN, Will H., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Windsor, Ont., German Club. BEAL, G. Douglas, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Oshawa, Ont. BEAM, Grace C., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Fort Erie, Ont. BEAUCHAMP, Marc, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Montreal, Quebec. BECKEK, Bonnie A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Exeter, Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta. BEDGGOOD, Ronald F., B.E.Sc., Chemical, Dorchester, Ont., E.l.C., C.l.C. BEDNARZ, lrene M., Althouse, Delhi, Ont., French Club, Newman Club, Curling Club, Purple Patches. BEESTON, Paul M., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Welland, Ont., Politics Club, Scottish Dancing, Intramural Referee. BEGG, lan M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Chatham, Ont., Phi Gamma Delta, Inter-Fraternity Council, Intercollegiate Hugger. BEGGS, Donald, Honours B.A., History, Toronto, Ont., Huron lDonj, Huron Times lEditorl, History Club. 4.1 I .IV A".'41'f"fff5.f7Q'9iF75f 1' " f':.ZQ?g:'.15r:w ,544 , 7 , . fffrrt 5: r If ugly: 31,f.'E:,f . 'f vsggfi. f Aa - 71 "',.1 3.25 fl-fioffk f f tfsga ' i'tT,P'W?tIff f ,. . fi? T ft , 1:1 fit w f . 'JI' g. Tfflf - 1 ,gi L ., "H , 73: . it 501 xr X A ,'f'.i.f4.'3?4 ' ' -may , r -r tn? l , . '-5 l mtgf. Ext 9'5" . L.-'- i .. ' 1 X r1'."i, . jk " wig ,T K Q Lfely M .X Y v' 10? X ' 1 . ! . I can sit here and talk to you Sit here and talk But the doing and the saying May not be the same To you To me To now. BEILHARTZ, David E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Curling Club. BELBECK, Garry R., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Dover, Ont., Curling Club. BELL, D. W., Althouse, Galt, Ont. BELL, E. Betsy, B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Catharines,Ont., Social Service Club, Purple Patches, Undergraduate Women's Organization. BELL, Marjorie J., B.Sc.N., Thornbury, Ont., Curling Club. BELL, Ronald J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Milton, Ont., Delta Upsilon, Inter-Residence Sports, Inter-Fraternity Sports, Curling Club. BENEDICT, Ruth, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Windsor Ont. BENNETT, Laurie T., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Meatord, Ont., Sigma Chi, Investment Club, Curling Club, Polycon Club. BENOIT, Herve, B.A., Business Administration, Longuevil, Quebec, C.U.S. Committee, Marketing Club, International Business Club, Ski Club. BENTLEY, Elizabeth G., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Islington, Ont., Curling Club, Social Service Club, Geography Club, Intercollegiate Curling. BERGMAN, Rose, Althouse, Delhi, Ont. BERRY, Susan E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Kingston,Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Purple Patches. ,.. dk' L " 55 A g . r F " ,N K 1- 4' . ., F 42 .-, , -'. ...J par -. " ii 'I' i sv 1 ,Y .. . ' fr , I, . ,, l' x . , I A i J ' u 82 "t 'wmv 9-.... BESSE, Alexander E., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Stayner, Ont., Investment Club, Marketing Club, Curling Club, Sydenham Hall Residents' Council. BESWICK, Philip J., Althouse, London, Ont. BETHUNE, John I., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Ottawa, Ont., Intramural Sports. BETTGER, H. William Honours B.A., Music, Goderich, Ont. BEVAN, Nancy J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Penticton, B.C., Intercollegiate Swimming, lntercollegite Hockey, Intramural Sports, P.H.R.E. Club. BEYNON, E. Gwyn, Honours B.A., Music, Ingersoll, Ont., Music College Council, Concert Band lPresldentI, College of Music Opera. BIGELOW, William J., M.D., Toronto, Ont., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha, Tachycardia. BIGGS, S. Christopher, Honours B.Sc., Computer Science, Toronto, Ont., Computer Science Club lPresident1, Ski Club, Purple Patches, Math Club, Liberal Club. BIGGS, John G., M.D., London, Ont., Delta Upsilon, Intramural Sports, Tachycardia. BILLOW, Sally, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Beaver, U.S.A., N.D.P. Club, Vietnam Action Committee. BISSET, Shirley J., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Shaker Heights, Ohio, Nursing Council, CUSO, Judo Club, Tachycardia, Synchronized Swimming. BLACK, Patricia J., B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont., Nursing Council lPresidentl, Tachycardia. BLACK, Trevor B., Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Investment Club, Marketing Club, Ski Club, Intramural Sports. BLACKBURN, Elizabeth M., Honours B.A., Music, Thornhill, Ont. BLACKBURN, Robert A., Honours B.A., P.H.R.E., Dresden, Ont., Mustang Hockey, University College Council, Delta Upsilon. BLACKMORE, James H., B.A., General Arts, Huron, London, Ont., Social Service Club, Servers' Guild. BLACKWELL, B. Bridget, B.A., General Arts, Brescia, London, Ont., Player's Guild, Gilbert and Sullivan, Folk Music Society, International Students' Club, Operation Crossroads Africa. BLACKWOOD, Wendy B.A., General Arts, H.C., Woodstock, Ont., Huron College Council lHead Girlj, W.U.S.C., Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee, Purple Patches, Kappa Alpha Theta. BLAIR, David A., Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ontario, Intercollegiate Rowing, Intramural Sports, Business Council, Delta Upsilon. BLAIR, Richard A., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Midland, Ont., Marketing Club. BLAKIE, Elizabeth A., Diploma, Nursing, Nursing Education, Inwood, Ont., Nursing Council, Curling Club, Purple Patches, Blood Drive. BLANDFORD, Patrick W., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Toronto, Ont., Kappa Alpha Society, King's College Council, intramural Sports. BOBYK, Ludomyr, Althouse, St. Thomas, Ont., Ukrainian Club lPresident1, Althouse Newspaper, St. Thomas Circle "K", BOGERT, Marion L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Curling Club, Ski Club, White Cross Club, Community Action Program. BOISE, Ronald J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., West Hill, Ont., Colt Football, Intramural Sports, P.H.Ft.E. Club. BOLGER, Peter F., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Renfrew, Ont. BOLT, Brian D., B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Thomas, Ont., St. Thomas Circle "K". BOLTON, Betty, B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont., Nursing Council, University Students' Council, Blood Drive. til' . M1431 ft. if .Avis 'v -.K s- .Q V - AX rf s xXx. XA F X, ts t . t - ' 5 A ' W. w 'Q' ,Jenyr W-Q, if ,., Q. A'.' . 1 ' . 1"'lttff ..' y - 4:1 N -v 'trait ' V. BOSTWICK, Wilda B Honours B.A., Geography, Wheatley, Ont., Gilbert 8. Sullivan, Social Service Club, Sketch Club, Geography Club. BOTSFORD, Lindsay J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Curling Club. BOUCH, Sharon A., Althouse, Lindsay, Ont. BOUGHNER WILLAN, B.D., M.D., Windsor, Ont., University College Council, Meds Journal, Tachycardia, Hippocratic Council. BOULET, Margaret J., Honours B.A., English and History, Guelph, Ont., Huron fDon1, Undergraduate Women's Organization, Altar Guild, Huron Times, Heritage. Bowen, Linda L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. BOWES, Robert G., Honours B.A., History, Owen Sound, Ont., History Club, Folk Music Society, Intramural Sports. BOWLBY, Gary T., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Ottawa, Ont., History Club, Student Police Force. BOWMAN, P. Margaret, Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Guelph, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship. BOX, David E., Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., International Business Club, Mustang Football tManagerj, Colt Football, Intramural Sports, Marketing Club. BOX, Ellen F., Althouse, London, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Althouse College Council, University Students' Council. BOYD, Carol A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Psychology Club, Newman Club. BOYD, Eric A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Scarborough, Ont., Intercollegiate Track, Intercollegiate Harriers, Athletic Directorate, Ski Club, P.H.Ft.E. Club. BOYLE, Michael H., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Toronto, Ont., King's College Council, intramural Sports, C.l.A.S.P. i ar-"' BRAATEN, Peter A., Honours B.A., Economics and Math., Don Mills, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Economics Club, University College Council. BRACEWELL, Lloyd W., B.E.Sc., Civil, St. Catharines, Ont., Rowing Club, Judo Club, Bridge Club, Ski Club. BRADBROOKE, William G., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Mustang Football, Kappa Alpha Society, U.N.T.D. BRADFORD, Linda P., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., United Appeal Variety Show, Purple Patches, Gilbert and Sullivan, Progressive Conservative Club. BRADLEY, Fredrick J., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Ottawa, Ont., Marketing Club, Auto Sport Club, Inter-Reisdence Sports. BRADLEY, John S.. Honours B.Sc., Physics, Sarnia, Ont., Mustang Band, Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee, White Cross Club. BRADT, James R., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Vineland Station, Ont., Folk Music Society, Community Action Program. BRADY, Elizabeth, Honours B.A., English and Philosophy, Willowdale, Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta, Philosophy Club, Pan-Hellenic Council. BRAS, Robert W., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Phi Delta Theta. BREBNER, Lee B., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Meaford, Ont., Liberal Club, Bridge Club, United Nations Club. BREMNER, Janet E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Purple Poll, French Club. BRESCACIN, Donald A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Mustang Football, Colt Football, P.H.R.E. Club, Westminster Residents' Council. BRIGGS, Lynn M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Burlington, Ont., Folk Music Society, Social Service Club, Coffee House Executive, Ski Club. BRIMMER, Peter C., Honours B.A., Busines Administration, Camlachie, Ont., Intramural Sports, Marketing Club, Sailing Club, Ski Club. 'Sn Www, 'SW 'WM -......A 85 BRINE, Irene, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. BRINE, Robert A., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Kin smen Q tAssociate Editorj, Regalia, Ski Club, Mustang Band, lnterfaculty Sports. BRIOUX, Karen D.IVI., B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont., C.l.A.S.P., Newman Club, Curling Club. BRODACK, Judith P., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Arthur, Ont. BRODERS, Dace I., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont. BROOKS, Edward D B.E.Sc., Civil, Tupperville, Ont., E.l.C. BROOKS, Georgina F., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Loring, Ont., Women's Athletic Association, Curling Club, C.l.C. BROUSE, Fern E., B.A., Secretarial Science, Ottawa, Ont., Purple Patches, History Club, Progressive Conservative Club Canterbury Club. BROWN, Beverley J. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Sailing Club, Fencing Club, Community Action Program. BROWN, Carol A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Parkhill, Ont., United Church Club, Gilbert and Sullivan. ls the past a crutch To broken dreams Or cement blocks Or dandelions in a perfect lawn We've had three or four years of past You and I Three or four years Here At Western. It was warm I remember Warm and beanies And frosh week At Western. BROWN, Evelyn E., Althouse, Amherstburg, Ont. BROWN, J. Herbert, Honours B.A., Business Administration, St. Thomas, Ont., Marketing Club, Business King Contest, Curling Club. BROWN, Joseph P., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Burks Falls, Ont., Liberal Club. BROWN, J. Edward, Althouse, Dresden, Ont. BROWN, John H., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Ottawa, Ont., United Church Club, Gazette, Inter-Faith Council. BROWN, Judith E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Pauls, Ont., Westminster Spokesman, Liberal Club. BROWN, Norman L., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Niagara Falls, Ont. BROWN, Vaughn A., Honours B.A., English and History, London, Ont., Curling Club, History Club. BROWNRIDGE, John E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Stayner, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports. BRUNTON, Wendy Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Sudbury, Ont., Ski Club, Curling Club, Tachycardia, Intramural Sports. BRYAN, Deborah D Diploma, Nursing, Education, London, Ont., Curling Club, Blood Drive, Purple Patches. BRYAN, N. Richard, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont., Film Society, French Club. The place was caught up With mounds of people And if you hadn't had that badge I would have never Known your name. 1 W Wg 'V xv gg, , "' ..-,P 86 BUCHANAN, Jerry N LL.B., London, Ont., Law Review. BUCHANAN, Patricia E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Ottawa, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, Liberal Club, History Club, Film Society, French Club. BUCHANAN, Shirley F., B.Sc.N., Sudbury, Ont. BUCKLAND, Mary E Honours B.A., English and History, Kitchener, Ont., Huron Residence tCo-Convenorj, Arts and Letters Society. BUESINK, John, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Strathroy, Ont. BUKTA, Joseph F., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, Courtland, Ont. BULLOCK, James M. M.D., London, Ont., Hippocratic Council lPresident1, Tachycardia, Med's Journal, Intramural Sports. BUMA, Nicholas H., B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Thomas, Ont., Calvinistic Students' Club. BURGESS, Bruce W., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Purple Patches, U.W.O. Choir, Gilbert and Sullivan, Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee, Sydenham Scroll, Sailing Club. BURKE, Graham H., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Sarnia, Ont., Purple Patches, C.l.C., Auto Sport Club, Ski Club, Sailing Club, Archery Club, Intramural Sports. BURLEY, Ida L., Althouse, Thedford, Ont. BURNETT, Ross E., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Thornhill, Ont., Intercollegiate Rowing, Phi Delta Theta, Ski Club, T.N.T.P.C. BURRIDGE, Larry A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont. BURRILL, S. Jane, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sarnia, Ont. Swan. BURROWS, E. Elizabeth, B.A., Secretarial Science, Stratford, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, Social Service Club, United Church Club. BURTON, John H., Honours B.A., Business Administration. Islington, Ont., Purple Patches lProducerj, Dollars and Sense, Parents' Day Convenor, Medway Monitor, Marketing Club, Gazette. BURTON, Pamela J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Islington, Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta, Curling Club, Social Service Club, Purple Poll. BUTCHER, Edward R., LL.B., London, Ont. BUTCHERS, Dawn V., B.Sc,N., Alliston, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports. BUTLER, Gary G., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Brampton, Ont., Investment Club, Purple Patches, Building Committee, International Business Club, Undergraduate Lecture Series. BUTSKA, Milania, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Virgil, Ont., Russian Club, Liberal Club, Auto Sport Club. BUTTON, Barbara A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Stouffville, Ont., Ski Club, Sailing Club, Kappa Alpha Theta, Purple Spur, University College Council. BYRNES, Michael B., Honours B.Sc., Physics, London, Ont., Liberal Club, l.E.E.E., Canadian Association of Physicists. CAFFYN, Eunice H., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Ingersoll, Ont. CAIN, J0hn P., M.D., Port Credit, Ont., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Tachycardia, Sydenham Hall Residents' Council fPresidentj, Medway Monitor, Progressive Conservative Club. CAIN, Lynda A., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Toronto, Ont., Purple Spur Society, Newman Club, Lingard Society, Ski Club, Intramural Sports. CAIRNCROSS, James H., B.E.Sc., Civil, London, Ont., Kappa Alpha Society, Investment Club. CALEY, Sandra M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., West Lorne, Ont., French Club, White and Wine Society. gi , 'L 0 . .MM N il, e .if Ysff f . .E el' J-'R .fixi- A in.,-Q Wir. KI 4 X A fdl .lcv CALLAGHAN, John J., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Newman Club, King's College Council, Kappa Alpha Society. CAMPBELL, D. Robbie, M.D., London, Ont., Tachycardia, Intercollegiate Track, Colt Basketball, Mustang Football, intercollegiate Wrestling. CAMPBELL. Glenda L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. CAMPBELL, Jane P., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Midland, Ont., Newman Club, intramural Sports, Home Economics Club, Italian Club. CAMPBELL, Sister Joanne, B.Sc.N., London, Ont. CAMPBELL, John C., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Newman Club, Progressive Conservative Club, Debating Union. CAMPBELL, Joy E., Althouse, Delaware, Ont., Curling Club, inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. CAMPION, John A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Delta Upsilon, University College Council, Purple Spur Society, College of Science Council, Intramural Sports. CANNING, Leonard, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont. CAPLAN, John G., Honours B.A., Journalism, U.C., London, Ont., Liberal Club, Bridge Club, Gazette lAssociate Editorj. CARMAN, Suzanne E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Pine Grove, Ont., Ski Club, Archery Club. CARR, Elizabeth M., B.A., Secretarial Science, Toronto, Ont., Ski Club, Curling Club, Intramural Sports. CARR, James E., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Port Hope, Ont., Kappa Alpha Society intramural Sports, Progressive Conservative Club, Student Jury. CARR, Sheldon P., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Beta Sigma Rho, intramural Sports. CARROLL, James E., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Windsor, Ont., intramural Sports. CARSEN, Candace L. B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. CARSON, Carol L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Curling Club. CARTER, James F., LL.B., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont CARTER, Janice G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Social Service Club, French Club. CARTER, I. Keith, B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Thomas, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Rod and Gun Club, Curling Club, Liberal Club, United Church Club. CASSELMAN, Ronald C., M.D., Dunnville, Ont.. Alpha Kappa Kappa, Tachycardia, Meds Journal, intramural Sports. CAVERS, Barbara J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Psychology Club. CHALMERS, David M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Auto Sport Club, Purple Patches, Flying Club. CHANDLER, Margaret J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Brantford, Ont., intercollegiate Swimming, Community Action Program. CHANYI, Ronald W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Scotland, Ont. CHAPLIN, Jeffrey A., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., Marketing Club, Investment Club, Auto Sport Club, Dollars and Sense, Medway Hall Residents' Council. T CHAPMAN, Judith A., J Althouse, Sarnia, Ont. CHAPMAN, Karen J., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Amherstburg, Ont., Heritage, History Club, Intramural Sports, Huron Residents' Council. hx, A . - , f,, ,- .... g 'f ,aj 'V,1.f' ,tg ...,. , lt was confusing This rah-rah Which a blonde with quite large Tried to convey As her purple spur button bounced And her mouth moved Western Western Western U. breasts And after that first week l couldn't remember why l'd come here leither marks or moneyt lgood or badl Or why I wanted to stay Or what I was doing here But I stayed. CHARBONEAU, Susan D., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Islington, Ont. CHARLTON. J. Steven, Honours B.Sc., Computer Science, Blenheim, Ont., Ski Club, Purple Patches, Math Club, Liberal Club, Computer Science Club, Judo Club. CHARTERS, Caroline A., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Brampton, Ont. CHEREMETA, Elizabeth M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Woodstock, Ont., Social Service Club, Judo Club, Western Christian Fellowship. CHEW, Hemming A., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, Toronto, Ont., C.I.C. CHEYNE, Emily A., Althouse. Hillsburgh, Ont. CHIAPPETTA, Michael S., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont Liberal Club. CHIOVETTI, Corinne A., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Agincourt, Ont., Newman Club, Blood Drive, C.l.A.S.P. CHITTICK, Bonnie B.A., General Arts, M.C., Guelph, Ont., Fencing Club, Psychology Club, Science Women's J Society, Community Action Program. CHOPKA, Alfred H., Althouse, Puslinch, Ont. 89 CHOWEN, Shanna C., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Thomas, Ont., Intramural Sports, Social Service Club. CHURCH, Judith A., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Sudbury, Ont., Intramural Sports, intercollegiate Field Hockey, Intercollegiate Basketball, Women's Athletic Association L lPresidentj. CHRISTIE, CICCARELLI, Edward A., Terrance, LL.B., B.A., London, Ont. General Arts, H.C., Etobicoke, Ont., Huron Drama Society, Intramural Sports, Huron College Council, Arts and Letters Society. CHRISTIE, Janice' I., CINO, Sebastian J., B.A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Cromarty, Ont. General Arts, K.C., Hamilton, Ont., Intramural Sports, Colt Football, Newman Club, Italian Club. CHRISTOPHERSON, Sigrid A., CLANCY, Margaret L. B.A., B.A., General Arts, Music, Willowdale, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Purple Spur, U.W.O. Choir, Music College General Arts, Brescia, Sombra, Ont., Brescia College Council, Intramural Sports, italian Club, il Council, Club Commission. , Executive Committee For Colleges. g 4 CLARK, Carol H., 'f , M.D., , ' a r Goderich, Ont., , N Q Osler Society, ' 2 Tachycardia, .C Ski Club, Meds Journal. There was a dance at the mall And line-ups for books But mostly There were faces And it was quite alone. I met you in english 20 I courted you in chemistry 20 I loved you in histow 20 l left you in math 20. My roommate got very drunk A I ' At the frosh hop , A ., And de-capped everyone ,, A There was booze a, A I And cops A ' g-V "' And even some frosh S kjfyr But I tx .,.--'fr A af' l stayed home I And wondered why I was there. f L 90 CLARK, David A., M.D., Peterborough, Ont., Tachycardia, Meds Journal, Alpha Omega Alpha, Osler Society, Medway Monitor, Ski Club. CLARK, Ruth A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Galt, Ont. CLARKE, David C., Honours B.A., Music, London, Ont., Purple Spur, Purple Patches, intramural Sports, Choral Ensemble, Alumni Variety Show, United Appeal Variety Show. CLARKE, James M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Ski Club. CLARKE, M. Jane, Honours B.A., Physical Education, Ancaster, Ont., Intramural Sports, Gazette, Women's Athletic Association, Intercollegiate Volleyball. CLARKE, Richard N., LL. B., Noranda, Quebec, Legal Society Council, Sigma Chi, intramural Sports, intercollegiate Moot Court, Advocacy Program. CLASS, Margaret L., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Waterloo, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship, Social Service Club. 1 CLAYTON, Donald B.A., General Arts, M.C., Islington, Ont., Psychology Club, Auto Sport Club. F., g , X . .. Ny S' , tt, X ssi CLEMENTS, Christine, B.A., Secretarial Science, Scarborough, Ont., Purple Patches. CLOUSTON, John S., Honours B.A., French and Spanish, London, Ont., Spanish Club. coBLEY, Virginia ivi., Althouse, St. Catharines, Ont., Progressive Conservative Club, Althouse Drama Society. COCHRANE, Gordon S., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Brantford, Ont., Intramural Sports, Judo Club, Liberal Club, Ski Club, Community Action Program. COCHRANE, W. Alan, Althouse, Clinton, Ont., Intramural Sports, lnterhouse Sports. COLCLEUGH, Robert G., M.D., London, Ont., Purple Spur Society lPresident1, Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Omega Alpha University Students' Council, Tachycardia, Hippocratic Council. I COLE, Cora Mae, B.Sc.N., London, Ont. COLE, Jean, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Bowmanville, Ont., Intramural Sports, Purple Patches. COLE, Thomas E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Weston, Ont., Bridge Club, Liberal Club, Student Police Force, History Club, Zeta Psi. COLES, Mary Ann, B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Catharines, Ont., Purple Patches, Ski Club, Film Society, Liberal Club, Newman Club, Alumni Variety Show. COLLINGS, Claire A., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Elliot Lake, Ont., Intramural Sports, C.l.A.S.P., Curling Club, Community Action Program, Christian Radicals. COLLINS, Frederick J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Catharines, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Polycon Club, Delta Upsilon, Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee. COLLINS, Karen L., Althouse, Arvida, Quebec, Curling Club. CONCESSI, Joanne M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Colborne, Ont., Newman Club. CONN, George W., Honours B.A., Mathematics, Lucknow, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Gilbert and Sullivan, Math Club. CONNELL, Hally R., Honours B.A., Music, Spencerville, Ont., Music College Council, Pi Beta Phi, U.W.O. Choir, Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee Progressive Conservative Club. CONNOLLY, Monica A., Honours B.A., Latin and Greek, Oshawa, Ont. CONRAD, Cameron G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Thomas, Ont., Purple Patches, N.D.P. Club, English Club. CONWAY, Patrick J.. B.A., General Arts, U.C., Sarnia, Ont. COOK, M. Lloy, Honours B.A., Psychology, Fort William, Ont. , ,,..i, t z, HMG, I V' WQEYZW Y , A. 8. ' ' Q 3- f atv 161, .fu . W f 't 'f f .J . ,--- ,,-1 'ral - 'J , , A rdf A,..,.-:qu n ...z 1. '- ,.' .i :Q r .55 ,.. , 1 T75-f .ld 44:-Q' 'Y COOKE, Brian G., Honours B.Sc., Computer Science, London, Ont., Computer Science Club, Progressive Conservative Club, Broadcasting Society. COONAN, Wayne J., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Intramural Sports, Newman Club, The Kingsman. COOPER, Dorothy E. B.A., General Arts, H.C., Thorndale, Ont., Huron Times, Chancel Guild, Compline Committee. COOPER, J. Walter, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Vittoria, Ont., Westminster Spokesman, Liberal Club, White Cross Club, Philosophy Club, Player's Guild. COOPER, Kevin R., Honours B.Sc., Physics, Scarborough, Ont., Auto Sport Club, Folk Music Society, Rod and Gun Club. COPE, Edna M., Diploma, Nursing, Education, North Bay, Ont. CORBET, William P., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Phi Gamma Delta, Ski Club, Judo Club. CORDS, Donald F., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Catharines, Ont., Ski Club, Flying Club, Progressive Conservative Club. CORNISH, Lee Ann M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Stratford, Ont., White Cross Club, Curling Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Fencing Club. COUCKUYT, Andy E., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, Aylmer, Ont., C.l.C. lPresidentl. COULES, Stanley R., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Chess Club. COULTER, Earlby S., B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont. COULTES, Murray E., B.E.Sc., Electrical, Wingham, Ont., Curling Club, Engineering Journal, E.l.C. COUSINS, Ian R., Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Liberal Club, Marketing Club, Investment Club, International Business Club. RV!- pf' jk Q N 1 X ,qaf "ISV COX, Bernard G., B.E.Sc., Chemical, Inwood, Ont., Intramural Sports, The Engineer. COX, M. Joanne, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Oshawa, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Curling Club. COY, Sarah M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Catharines, Ont CRABB, Daniel E., Althouse, Simcoe, Ont., Intramural Sports, Curling Club. CRACK, Anthony B B.A., General Arts, C.S., Richmond Hill, Ont. Delta Upsilon, Cheerleader, Purple Spur. CRACK, Dennis E., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Oakville, Ont., Sigma Chi, intramural Sports, University Students' Council, King's College Council. CRACKOWER, Sidney H., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont. CRAIG, Allison J., Althouse, Renfrew, Ont. CRAIG, Cassandra M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Intercollegiate Swimming, Undergraduate Women's Organization, Spencer Hall Residents' Council, University Students' Council. CRAIK, Kenneth R., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Springfield, Ont., Curling Club, Liberal Club, Rod and Gun Club. CRAMPTON, D. Richard, B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Math Club. CRANMER, William A., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Sarnia, Ont., Sailing Club, Rod and Gun Club, Pro ressive Q Conservative Club, Geography Club. CRAWFORD, lan W., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., U.N.T.D. CRAWFORD, Linda J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sarnia, Ont., Community Action Program, Purple Patches, Social Service Club, United Church Club. Frosh and freshness Suddenly left Through a side door And the new christy minstrels Had green-greened themselves Dry Two albums ago And now you and I Seemed more at home ln this home And once then You turned and asked Me Just what Western was And why it was And where and how and who? CREAMER, Gordon D., B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Catharines, Ont., Rod and Gun Club, Intramural Sports. CREECHAN, James J. H., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Hamilton, Ont., C.l.A.S.P., Newman Club, Italian Club, Intramural Sports, The Kingsman. CRESSWELL, John, B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Thomas, Ont., St. Thomas Circle "K" 1President1, Vietnam Action Committee, Community Action Program. CRIGER, Jack P., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Niagara Falls, Ont., Beta Theta Pi. CROFT, David S., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Norwich, Ont., Ski Club, Community Action Program. CRONK, Carolyn B., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Cooksville, Ont., French Club, Hesperian Club, Community Action Program, Intramural Sports, United Church Club, S.C.M. CROUCH, Lynne E., Honours B.A., French and German, Arva, Ont., French Club, German Club, Concert Band, German . Choir. CRUICKSHANK, Carolyn, B.Sc.N., Weston, Ont. CULLEY, J. Ronald, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Stratford, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, Intramural Sports, Purple Spur Society, Occidentalia, Westminster Residents' Council. CULP, Judy L., B.A., Secretarial Science, Vineland Station, Ont., Purple Patches, United Church Club. 4 f - 'lf '.'. , -1 gif ,. uw My .X .1 in 4 Php, N., 1 . .,, .ia tit N My answer then Was of White shirt and tie Black beard and pipe And tattered satchel full of books For I was the intellectual But that response Was as incomplete As they would all be. Mid-term exams and football Games and homecoming And it was almost christmas lt was cold cold cold The snow whirling White Over and under and through everything. CUNNINGHAM, Nlarie A., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Toronto, Ont., Italian Club, Newman Club, Brescia-King's Drama Guild. CUBRIE, Mary Jane, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Ancaster, Ont., Ski Club, Sailing Club, Pi Beta Phi, Intercollegiate Swimming, Women's Athletic Association. CZUMA, Kathy E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., White Cross Club, Philosophy Club, Judo Club. CZUPPON, Carmen J., Althouse, Brantford, Ont. DAISLEY, Alma M., B.Sc.N., Prince Albert, Sask., Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Tachycardia, Nursing Council, C.U.S. Committee. DALTON, Dennis M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Ftexdale, Ont., Ski Club, Progressive Conservative Club. D'ANGELO, Grace F., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. DAPUETO, Ford B., LL.B., London, Ont. DARLING, Peter C., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Burks Falls, Ont., Folk Music Society, Auto Sport Club. DAVEY, Stephanie S.. B.A., General Arts. Brescia, Sarnia, Ont., Newman Club, Brescia Lecture League, Community Action Program, Forum. -lvl .f"', up-'J ,bu . Q' X I Y, , 9 -,n , .. 4 E DAVID, E. Jack, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Beta Sigma Rho, Curling Club, Hillel Society, Bridge Club, Debating Union. DAVIDSON, Heather A., Althouse, London, Ont., International Students' Club. DAVIDSON, James W B.A., General Arts, M.C., Brantford, Ont., Intramural Sports. DAVIDSON, M. Dianne. B.A., General Arts, U.C., Brampton, Ont. DAVIS, David A., Nl.D.. London, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Med's Choir, Meds Journal, Tachycardia. DAVIS, Gordon R., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship, Gilbert and Sullivan. DAWSON, Pamela G., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Toronto, Ont., Curling Club. DEA, Sandra M., B.A., General Arts, H.C Toronto, Ont., Intramural Sports, Sailing Club, Huron College Council. DEAN, D. Michael Honours B.Sc., Physics, Toronto, Ont., Purple Patches, Computer Science Club, Canadian Association of Physicists, Auto Sport Club, Math Club. DEARLOVE, Kenneth A., Honours B.A., Music, Preston, Ont., U.W.O. Orchestra, Concert Band, College of Music Opera. DE CARLI, Arnold R., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Don Mills, Ont., Fiegalia, Occidentalia, Newman Club, Ski Club, King's College Council. DEEKS, Peter A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont. DE GROOTE, Cyriel J., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Simcoe, Ont., Regalia, Chess Club, Intramural Sports. DELUCA, William F., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Burlington, Ont., Italian Club, Newman Club, King's College Council. DERCACH, Marilyn E., Althouse, Toronto, Ont., Clubs Commission, Althouse College Council. DERII, Gordon P., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Thorold, Ont., Judo Club, Intramural Sports. DE ROCHE, Margaret E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, History Club, Liberal Club, Sailing Club. DE RUBEIS, Anthony F., LL.B., Hamilton, Ont. DEVLIN, M. Corinne, M.D., St. Catharines, Ont., Tachycardia, Meds Journal, Alpha Omega Alpha. DEVRIES, Christiaan, Honours B.Sc., Geology, Rotterdam, Netherlands. DEYMAN, B. Lynne, Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Port Credit, Ont., Curling Club, Fencing Club, Newman Club. DICKIE, C. Grant, B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Progressive Conservative Club DICKIE, Ronald W., LL.B., Pointe Claire, Quebec, Moot Court, Law Review. DICKISON, Elizabeth R., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Mildmay, Ont., Tachycardia, Blood Drive, Intramural Sports. DICKSON, Marilyn A B.A., Secretarial Science Cooksville, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club, Gamma Phi Beta, University Students' Council. DICKSON, M. Elizabeth, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Thamesville, Ont., International Studen Club, Judo Club. DISHER, Diane M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Chatham, Ont., Psychology Club, United Church Club Liberal Club. DISHER, Donna M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Chatham, Ont., Psychology Club, United Church Club Liberal Club. ,4-. LQ' u uf?" ' V fix" leaf W., V LM.-fr, I V. 1 I f rzat g ' , if ' ' fi ,i fi lj f-' ' r J , i , I i 1 f i 490 ' -qv-any 4 l ,. ,..,. ' -' rf' EVE-f Q 'rfffty DIXON, Patricia J. B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont., Scottish Dancing, Canterbury Club. DOCHSTADER, J. Murray, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Wellandport, Ont. DOERR, L. Allan, B.E.Sc., Chemical, London, Ont., U.E.S. Council, C.l.C., Athlone Fellowship. DOLMAN, Gordon B.A., General Arts, M.C., Burlington, Ont. DONALDSON, William A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Credit, Ont., Zeta Psi. DOOLITTLE, Robert J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Oakville, Ont., Ski Club, Purple Patches, Film Society. DORE, Kevin R., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Hamilton, Ont., Italian Club, intramural Sports, King's College Council, Seminar '66, Undergraduate Lecture Series. E., DORMAN, Lydia R., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Brockville, Ont. DOUCET, J. Edgar, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Val D'Or, Quebec, Folk Music Society. DOUCHER, Michael W., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Sarnia, Ont., intramural Sports, The Kingsman, Italian Club, Student Police Force. DOUEY, John D., Honours B.A., Psychology, Sarnia, Ont., Psychology Club, inter-Residence Sports. DOUGHTY, Richard, B.A., General Arts, K.C., North Bay, Ont. DOUGLAS, Bruce G., M.D., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Med's Choir, Tachycardia. DOUGLAS, Dean E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Oshawa, Ont., Westminster Residents' Council, Intramural Sports, Curling Club. 0-Ae. . w. Hr .g, 7. s . :..'. '5f. '-I xi , .,,.---,xp , . I' -. J JIM. ,'T' and .gp-4' 9... 'As Af' ff-Q X ' ,M 9, DOUGLAS, George R Honours B.Sc., Biology, Willowdale, Ont., Ski Club, S.M.l.G.B.E.E. DOUGLAS, lan D., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., Sigma Chi, Ski Club, Marketing Club, Curling Club, Business Council. DOUGLAS, Roberta J Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Ingersoll, Ont. DOUGLASS, Lillian G., B.Sc.N., New Liskheard, Ont., intramural Sports. DOWNER, Gordon H. Althouse, Galt, Ont., Photography Club, lnterhouse Sports. DOWNING, Kendrick R., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Otterville, Ont.. Community Action Program. DOYLE, Richard J., Honours B.A., Political Science. Oshawa, Ont., Liberal Club, Social Service Club, White Cross Club, Purple Patches, United Nations Club. 1 DRADER, Robert S., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Carleton Place, Ont., Flying Club, Folk Music Society, Westminster Residents' Council, Mustang Band. DRAKE, Closson L., Althouse, St. George, Ont. DRAKER, Roderick M., Honours B.A., Geography. Burlington, Ont., Geography Club. DUBECKI, Garry M., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Brantford, Ont., Investment Club, Business Council, Marketing Club, International Business Club, Inter-Residence Sports. DUDEK, Victor J., Honours B.A., History, London, Ont., Newman Club, History Club. DUENCH, Carolyn E., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Kitchener, Ont., Fencing Club, Lutheran Student Movement. DUFF, Robert J., B.E.Sc., Civil, Blenheim, Ont., Occidentalia, U.E.S. Council, Intramural Sports, E.l.C. Ji. 'Q '-"'-qu NN vnu 'V I was glad to be home Until I found the cold was inside With my parents and peers Who Widly disliked Smoking and drinking and the occasional use Ot the word shit. What is Western l wondered again What was it What will it be Was mother right with her sullen regard For parties and drinking and such? What do they teach you down there she asked Her reply and mine weren't the same. DUGGAN, Richard C., B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Davids, Ont., Intramural Sports, Mustang Hockey lManagerl. DUGGAN, Robert J., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Stayner, Ont., Business Council, Marketing Club, Ski Club, Newman Club DUGIT, Janet H., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Wallaceburg, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Social Service Club, Middlesex College Council, Westminster Residents' Council, C.U.S. Committee. DULKYS, Edward F., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Liberal Club. DULKYS,Elma F., B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont., Newman Club. DUNBAR, Mary F., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Owen Sound, Ont. DUNCAN, Susan M., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Toronto, Ont., Curling Club, Blood Drive, intramural Sports. DUNLOP, Donna E., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Hamilton, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Intramural Sports. DUNLOP, June M., B.A., General Arts, M,C., Stayner, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Geography Club, Liberal Club, White and Wine Society. DUNLOP, Susan C., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Intercollegiate Hockey, intramural Sports, Progressive Conservative Club. Q Yr f I tk 7 ' A wg . W W J f 1, if , Q9 R 7 T275 'ff 1 1 ir 5 , ,Q X fi , s , , W t ,rbi ,. Q16 'Jus'-1 yi ' , . 1 , , if Wir ,f ,. if 'fr . 2 uv Y. t 451' 1 1 ,, I , -71 215216 4' .. 59 r 551311, i in. 'af 15375, '4N 7 DUNN, Aileen E., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Toronto, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Gymnastics Club, Intramural Sports, Tachycardia. DUNN. Lawrence S., Althouse, London, Ont. DUNSTALL, Ronald H., B.A., General Arts, U.C.. Willowdale, Ont. DURNAN, Sheila M., B.A., Home Economics, Fonthill,Ont., Home Economics Club, Curling Club, Liberal Club, Purple Patches. DURFZELL, Avril E.. B.A., General Arts, U.C., Glencoe, Ont, DYNES, Donna J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., White Cross Club, Social Service Club, Psychology Club, Community Action Program. EARLE, Wendy K., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Georgetown, Ont., Social Service Club, White Cross Club, Progressive Conservative Club. EARLS, J. Lynne, Althouse, London, Ont. EATON, Ray R., Althouse, London, Ont. EBERHARD, R. Stuart, M.D., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Tachycardia, Hippocratic Council, Meds Journal, Alpha Kappa Kappa. Squeezing through the second term was easy But I remember the sweat I had When I thought l'd flunked a zoo test. I always liked summers With that certain freedom feeling That uncomplicated quickness of step And the green warm sunshine And the beach UI' X wal -all 'ff If :am JP' Yellowpurplegreen ' ,O Highbacklowbacknoback -3, Bikinis Sand and sand and sand Slung low Succinct 5 M ff . fx . 'ri K rw . eg. . ,A Q- , J 4' , his . Q, , tg., EDEN, S. J. Cleston M.D., London, Ont. EDWARDS, Barbara J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Ski Club, Flying Club, White Cross Club, Film Society. EDWARDS. J. Edward. B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., P.H.R.E. Club, Colt Basketball, Colt Football. EEDY, J. Wilson, Honours B.Sc., Zoology, St. Marys, Ont., Curling Club, Math Club. ELFORD, R. Wayne M.D., London, Ont., Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Intramural Sports, Tachycardia. ELGIE, Margaret A B.A.. General Arts, C.S., Kippen, Ont., Curling Club, International Students' Club, Scottish Dancing. ELLIOTT, Elizabeth B.Sc.N., London, Ont. ELLIS, Douglas C., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Sigma Chi, Progressive Conservative Club, Auto Sport Club. ELLISON, Douglas, Honours B.A., Physical Education, London, Ont. EMERSON, P. Douglas, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Caledonia, Ont., Marketing Club, International Business Club, Clubs Commission, Business Council, Intramural Sports. ENRIGHT, Vincent P., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Port Credit, Ont., Judo Club lPresident1, Gymnastics Club, Western Christian Fellowship, Rod and Gun Club, Film Society. ERICKSON, Larry R., B.A., General Arts, U.C., South Porcupine, Ont., Ski Club, Psychology Club. ESCOTT, Michael K., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Willowdale, Ont., Colt Football, Intramural Sports, Ski Club. EVANS, A. Anne, B.Sc.N., Brampton, Ont., Tachycardia. Mbit ,v'-..i- EVANS, John D. D., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Willowdale, Ont., Newman Club, White Cross Club, Intramural Sports, Italian Club, Liberal Club. EVANS, Lorne G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Guelph, Ont., Sydenham Hall Residents' Council, Phi Delta Theta, Purple Spur Society, Inter-Residence Council. EVANS, Mary E., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Kingsville, Ont., Curling Club, Westminster Spokesman, Intercollegiate Curling, Intercollegiate Badminton, Women's Athletic Association. EVANS, Michael V., Honours B.A., History, Guelph, Ont., Huron College Council, History Club, Ski Club, Purple Patches, Mustang Band. EVERS, Herbert M., Althouse, London, Ont. EVERY, R. Allan, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Thornhill, Ont., Computer Science Club. Ewme, Stephen c., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Edmonton, Alta., Canterbury Club, Lutheran Student Movement. EYRE, Marilyn, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Hamilton, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Canterbury Club, Intramural Sports. FADER, Alice E., B.Sc.N., Ottawa, Ont. FAMME, Mary Louise, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Oshawa, Ont., P.H.R.E. Club, Ski Club. FARNCOMB, Frances M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Purple Spur Society, 4' University College Council, Film Society, Orientation Co-Ordinating Committee. FARNDALE, Mary B., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Sarnia, Ont., Bridge Club, United Appeal Campaign. FARQUHARSON, Wilna J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Weston, Ont., Purple Patches, Folk Music Society, Sailing Club. FARRELL, Dale E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Curling Club, Newman Club, Purple Patches. . my I. I . Elf, . ,. .., ,, 1 1 " ' 11 . V .t -' , uf. H' . T-,,., ..,,:r' ' 1 ,, 5 . 5M4'i'4'3"'riE6'??? ff, , 'ww . Jirf ' .L tr 1 I. - 3: 12.45 'MTW ff , l I I 1 I k f 1 f .nf ,J I A,.,v,,. ,.: 4 .4 4 fi f--.3 if ii. f".. 'A 1 M ., - ff , ' c Nu xl' WK? f .Q . Qt ii 1 I . gkifturgvr - . FARRELL, John W.. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Trenton, Ont.. Curling Club, Liberal Club, United Church Club. FARRIS, H. Marguerite, Honours B.A., English and History, Cobourg, Ont., Folio lEditorj, History Club, Film Society. FASANO, Franklin J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Cochrane, Ont., Curling Club, Liberal Club, U.W.O. Choir. FASSOLD, Robert W., M.D., London, Ont., Hippocratic Council, Flying Club lFlying Directorj, RCAF. FAST, Margaret J., Diploma, Nursing, Nursing Education, St. Catharines, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship, U.W.O. Choir. FAWCETT, Dianne E Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Brantford, Ont. FAWTHROP, Heather E., B.Sc.N., Cornwall, Ont. FEDYNA, Roman W., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., Ukranian Club, Newman Club. FEICK, Patricia A., B.Sc.N., Coppercliff, Ont., Newman Club, Purple Patches, C.l.A.S.P. FEIGHTNER, John W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Islington, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, Judo Club, Union Planning Commission. FELL, W. F. Paul, B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Clair Beach, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports. FELLMAN, Richard A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Phi Gamma Delta, Gymnastics Club. FENTON, M. Patricia, Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Preston, Ont., Ski Club. FENTON, Sharon E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Highgate, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, United Church Club, international Students' Club, Community Action Program, English Club. tarif- ...., 49" 'K an N , ...gf FERGUSON, Donald S., Honours B.A., Philosophy, Willowdale, Ont., Debating Union, Purple Spur Society, Purple Patches, Sigma Chi, Middlesex College Council lPresidentl University Students' Council. FERGUSON, Duncan A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont.. Judo Club. FERGUSON, John H., B.A., General Arts, U.C., North Bay, Ont. FERGUSON, John M. B.A., Ge-neral Arts, C.S., Kincardine, Ont., Westminster Club, Chess Club, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. FETTERLY, Barbara J., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Iroquois, Ont., Blood Drive, U.W.O. Choir, United Church Club, Progressive Conservative Club. FIEDER, Antony E., Honours B.A., Mathematics, London, Ont., Math Club, Newman Club. FIEDLER, Martha E., B.A., General Arts, H.C.. St. Catharines, Ont. FILBERT, Linda M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Catharines, Ont. FINCH, Sharon M., B.A., Secretarial Science, Leaside, Ont. FINLAYSON, Ruth E., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Paris, Ont., Auto Sport Club, Pro ressive Q Conservative Club. FiscHEn, Yaga ivi., B.A., . General Arts, Brescia, London, Ont., C.l.A.S.P., University Students' Council, Community Action Program. FISHER, Jacquelyn A., Althouse, Lachine, Quebec. FLANAGAN. Patrick F., Honours B.A., Mathematics, Port Lambton, Ont., Curling Club, Math Club, Auto Sport Club. FLAVELL, Joan F., B.Sc.N., Sarnia, Ont. .. saw, f ., A my X Q X7 . www' f 1:.::':' HN... FLEMING, William G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Concert Band. FLUELLING, Bronwyn E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Curling Club, Newman Club, Psychology Club, Gilbert and Sullivan. FLUKER, Bryon E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., West Lorne, Ont., intramural Sports, Intercollegiate Volleyball. FLYNN, John J., Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Folio, Delta Upsilon, Marketing Club, International Business Club, Business Forum, Intramural Sports. FOGH-DOHMSMIDT, Paul, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Fruitvale, B.C., FONG, Kenneth M., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Colt Football, Intramural Sports. my . , FORREST, Linda D., fm B.A., T x W ,A General Arts, U.C., ,425 Burlington, Ont., Film Society, J " Treasure Van. S ' ,ai FOSTER, Lynda L., Althouse, Waterloo, Ont. FOSTER, Susan l., Honours B.A., Music, St. Thomas, Ont., Choral Ensemble, United Church Club, College of Music Opera, Music College Council. FOX, Lois, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Guelph, Ont., Intramural Sports, Huron Times, C3flf9fbUfV Club. Intercollegiate Ski Club, Volleyball, Mafkefffig Cfllb- Orientation Co-Ordinating Committee. Showing a thin strip of hot flesh Smooth and white Slowly smiling dimpled belly button Suggesting Suggesting . . . hell shouting SEX And far from the noisy unholy crowd Of somerville cafeteria l enjoyed but briefly The tranquility Of something else But you weren't there You were back here And I had to come back of course. yy A g' t.,., .. l., , qzg - X- .J .stu ' I l 11" il . N 'FWS ff! ffm- 'uf ' 252, Q, ' A i lt? I Thus began an involvement year And alone or in company We joined The math club .-i,,x.' . . .V sq. 1 ,1 hr' ..t 'kr'-'L.:E."::4!'i' . , ' 1- . fn' 1: tgilfgxl Q , , V The french club "T", The negro club Join join join E t The judo club -.A FRANK, Thomas D., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Komoka, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Westminster Club, Computer Science Club, Math Club. FRANKEL, B. Gail, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. FRANKOVICH, William S., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Schumacher, Ont. FRANSSENS, Lorette, B.Sc.N., Tillsonburg, Ont., Newman Club. FRASER, William R., Althouse, London, Ont. FRASTACKY, Luba, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., German Club, Ski Club, Film Society, Folk Music Society. FREELAN, Sheldon, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., Beta Sigma Rho, Occidentalia, Hillel Society, Flying Club, Student Police Force. FREEMAN, Norman E., Althouse, Batteresea, Ont. FREWIN, Carlos C., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Agincourt, Ont., Judo Club, Ski Club, Intramural Sports, Intercollegiate Rowing. FROESE, Arthur, Honours B.A., Geography, Kitchener, Ont., Mustang Football, Geography Club. FURFARO, Anthony J., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Guelph, Ont., Newman Club, Italian Club, Ski Club. GAGNON, Peter J., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Hope, B.C., The Kingsman. K.. 102 Dum- ,,:.,, ,Vx 9 E- ,. 4-.... Wi' X7 TNT' GALE, Alan C., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Downsview, Ont. GALLOWAY, Karen E B.A., General Arts, M.C., Oakville, Ont. GAMBLE, J. Brian, MD., Chatham, Ont., Newman Club, Alpha Omega Alpha, GAMBLE, W. David. B.A., General Arts, K.C., Deep River, Ont., Newman Club, Purple Patches, Brescia-King's Drama Guild. GAMMAGE, K. Susan B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont.. Liberal Club, Psychology Club. GANANN, Eleanor, B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Huron Cheerleader, Purple Patches, Altar Guild, C.U.S. Committee, Community Action Program. GARDINER. Carole-Lynne, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, Curling Club, Ski Club, Liberal Club, Film Society. GARDINER, Carolyn A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta, Curling Club, C.I.A.S.P. GARDINER, Daniel F., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Purple Patches, Liberal Club, Purple Poll, London Circle GARDINER, Robert Althouse, London, Ont., Althouse College Council. GARNETT, Robert W. F., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Wlllowdale, Ont., Colt Football, Judo Club, Rowing Club, Intercollegiate Wrestling. GARNISS, Gail A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta, E., Purple Spur Society, University College Council, Occidentalia, Undergraduate Women's Organization. GARRETT, Bert, B.A., General Arts, K.C., Trenton, Ont., King's College Council, Intramural Sports, Italian Club, Progressive Conservative Club, Orientation Co-Ordinating Committee. GASPARINI, Gail L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Downsview, Ont., Colour Party. 'MU'- L A 1 -f n qS?'x':Af, S LSE. , R ' i r ifff., 1' WEN A , ' : t if -,, -, N 1 ' L "ig..X. M, K ,. GAULD, Norma L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. GAUTHIER, Bryan, Althouse, Fort Frances, Ont. GAVIN, Bernadette M., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Ivlichipicoten Harbour, Ont., Intramural Sports, Newman Club, Italian Club, Brescia Lecture League. GELINAS, Gilles J., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Sarnia, Ont., Intramural Sports, P.H.R.E. Club. GELLENTHIN, W. E., B.E.Sc., Mechanical, London, Ont. GEMMELL, Dianne V., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Stratford, Ont., United Church Club, Nursing Council. GEORGE, Linda M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Windsor, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, Math Club, Spencer Hall Residents' Council. 9 -f-it if .i Ti- -'frffiii1'1'Zt- -' 2 411225: GEORGE, William C.. is B.A., - General Arts, U.C., 3 K ff, London, Ont. ' A at tzftylxit g V ,. . ,, 4. .14 Ii' GERMAN, Don-Nee E., A Althouse, W E London, Ont., L Althouse Newspaper 3 fEdltOf,. 9,5 .vA' 9 w s A 'i" 'Q i - GIBBENS, Paul D., B.A., L , A I Arts, H.C. Q L Genera , V95 V 1 Oshawa, Ont., Intramural Sports. Quad, GIBSON, Cairn L., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Woodstock, Ont., Intercollegiate Badminton, intramural Sports, Undergraduate Women's Organization, Orientation Co-Ordinating Committee. GIBSON, Gloria A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Regina, Sask., Western Christian Fellowship, French Club. GIESBRECHT, Constance, Honours B.A., Philosophy and Psychology, St. Catharines, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, 4 S.C.M. Philosophy Club, Psychology Club. GIGNAC, Anne M., General Arts, Brescia, Penetanguishene, Ont., Intramural Sports, -eg' Newman Club, Liberal Club, Brescia Debating Club lPresident2, Debating Union, Curling Club. rl, 2' G, , ml, f , i . 7 I I 3 'Z I 3, if '-. , . , . ' N, f If . 5, ,L .11 1-', uf.f52'1 f' :L Q . A rl . , ,wus-' fb. J rx" I A-5 --',-yy, db V ,.L :'f '!..g,? 1.4 ,-2,3 ,., ft gage 'A ,f -1,-.1 , ,' Y. "f, ' ,, I ,I 11:7 -' LI t , ,, I HF' 1. A :Elia , v'w', r .2 , ,J . '.. N '7-rf ,-.' 'QM 3 wi.. gf , ,.-I . Mu "? f r, 4 X 4 - 1' . 5. '61 Wq GILBERT, James M., Althouse, St. Thomas, Ont., History Club, St. Thomas Circle HKU. GILBERT, Ralph E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. GILBERTSON, Martha J., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Simcoe, Ont., Curling Club, Purple Poll, Social Service Club Intramural Sports, Arts and Letters Society. GILL, Earle B., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Leamington, Ont., Liberal Club. GILLESPIE. B. Anne, Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Caledonia, Ont. GILLIN, Christine C B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Psychology Club, Social Service Club, Newman Club. GILMOUR, Lois E., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Dundas, Ont., Ski Club, Bridge Club. GINGRICH, Emerson L., lVI.D., London, Ont., Tachycardia, U.W.O. Choir. GINGRICH, Ronald G., lvl.D., London, Ont., Tachycardia. GIRARD, Wayne J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Peterborough, Ont., Newman Club, Community Action Program. GIVEN, Currie H., Althouse, Aylmer, Ont. GIVENS, H. Scott, Althouse, London, Ont., Althouse College Council. GLADSTONE, Ruth B.Sc.N., Highate, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, intramural Sports. GLASS, Robert K., Honours B.A., History, St. Catharines, Ont., London Circle "K," Huron Times. . 'iff J 5 I v 104 -9 .rf gfshk ' inn- Nw an-P" S .I I. GLEDHILL, Dawn, Honours B.A., Physical Education, London, Ont. GLEDHILL, Norman, Honours B.A., Physical Education, London, Ont. GLEN, Thomas J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Dryden, Ont. GLENDENNING, Holly, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Queenston, Ont. GLITHERO, C. Stephen, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Weston, Ont., Kappa Alpha Society, Huron College Council. GLOVER, George C., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Dundas, Ont.. University College Council, Medway Hall Residents' Council, intercollegiate Soccer intramural Sports. GLOVER, Nancy-Lee, B.A.. General Arts, M.C., Ottawa, Ont., Newman Club, Curling Club. GOAR, Agnes A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Port Elgin, Ont., Westminster Club, Curling Club, Scottish Dancing. GODFREY, M. Donald, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Curling Club, Folk Music Society. GODFREY, Susan J., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Intercollegiate Athletics, Canterbury Club, Scottish Dancing, Women's Athletic Association. GOLDBERG, Gerry R., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Huron Drama Society, Arts and Letters Society, Intramural Sports, Orientation Co-Ordinating Committee. GOLLOM, Paul P., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont. GOLTZ, Carol L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Islington, Ont., Liberal Club, Social Service Club, Folk Music Society, Fencing Club. GORDON, Jeffrey W., Honours B.A., Business Administration, St. Catharines, Ont., Marketing Club, Business Council. 'Y I' 105 Save the world Solve the riddle Find the phoenix At Western. Students' council looked good that year And I seriously pondered GOSLING, Gretchen G., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Don Mills, Ont., Ski Club, Purple Patches, Tachycardia, Folk Music Society. GRAEF, Ingeborg, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Windsor, Ont. GRAHAM, Nancy J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Thomas, Ont., French Club, Spanish Club. GRAHAM, Susan, B.Sc.N., St. Thomas, Ont. GRAHAME, Sue E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Vital, Man., Purple Patches, Bridge Club. GRANDIN, Anne C. B.A., General Arts, Brescia, London, Ont., Psychology Club, Newman Club, Liberal Club. GRANDIN, Mary K., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, London, Ont., Newman Club, Intramural Sports, History Club, P.i-i.R.E. club. ear-xNT, Dwight M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Aylmer, Ont., University College Council. GRANT, Helen K., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, London, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports, Blood Drive. GRASSIE, Mary-Jo P., B.Sc.N., Port Colborne, Ont., Purple Patches, Newman Club, C.l.A.S.P. GRAVES, Mary Ann, B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Thomas, Ont., White Cross Club. GRAVITIS, Sniedze, B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Ski Club, Intramural Sports. 2'rffg'iv'r'5 ' A. aff . fi. It . rt Q., ., , ,X , 4 X .swf gf ' Q A - , QR GRAYDON, Derek M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Flying Club, Kappa Alpha Society, Intramural Sports, Auto Sport Club. GHEASON, Leslie J., B.A., General Arts. C.S., Tecumseh, Ont., Curling Club, Mathematics Club, Ski Club, Sailing Club. GREEN, Bryan D., B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Marys, Ont., Mustang Band, Math Club. GFIEENBERG, Michael P., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Psychology Club, Hillel Society, Ski Club, Beta Sigma Rho, Radio Amateur Club. GREENWOOD, Harold W., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. GRIFFIN, G. Flobert, B.E.Sc., Electrical, Burlington, Ont., E.I.C., Engineering Journal. Whether I liked you Or adored you Or loved you GRIKIS, Anda A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Purple Patches, Drama Club. GRISDALE, Jacqueline D., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Hudson, Quebec, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Ski Club, Social Service Club, United Church Club. GROTTOLI, Danny G., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Sudbur Ont yt '1 Intramural Sports. GROVES, Harry E., Honours B.Sc., Computer Science, Listowel, Ont., Bridge Club, Math Club, Curling Club, Psychology Club, Computer Science Club. GUNNING, Leslie A., B.Sc.N., Victoria, B.C., Nursing Council, Curling Club, Blood Drive. GUTSOLE, Saralynn, Diploma, Nursing, Education, Oshawa, Ont., Flying Club, Intramural Sports. But I slept with you all the same And Western was always there Whether l was drinking Or involving 2.1 hs L .4 XE, 'K .-.J ,M X, Y, ,fl ,,. t I fn! M-...ur-if I . ts., 106 5 A 14' Ni as Ex A. 1 xfhgfk if t -' . wt' Y HAIGH, Mary-Elizabeth, Honours B.A., Physical Education, Huntsville, Ont., University College Council, Intramural Sports, Kappa Alpha Theta Sailing Club, C.U.S. Committee. HALL, John Fi., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Sigma Chi, Curling Club. HAMILTON, Alex J. B.A., General Arts, U.C., Gorrie, Ont., History Club, Curling Club, Intramural Sports, P.H.Ft.E. Club. HAMILTON, Ann E. Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Caledonia, Ont., Ski Club, Tachycardia, Blood Drive, United Appeal Campaign. HAMILTON. Bonnie J., Althouse, Clinton, Ont. HAMILTON. E. Anne, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Parkhill, Ont., Curling Club, Spanish Club, Lutheran Student Movement. HAMILTON, Katharine C., B.Sc.N., Fort William, Ont., Nursing Council, Tachycardia, Intramural Sports. HAMM, Kathleen E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Port Rowan, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, French Club, Rod and Gun Club, Curling Club, Intercollegiate Track and Field. HANCOCK, Patricia A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Purple Patches, Judo Club, Social Service Club, Intramural Sports. HANNA, Robert M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Niagara Falls, Ont., Intramural Sports, Intramural Referee. HANNA, Ronald B., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Guelph, Ont., Auto Sport Club. HAROLD, Laura J., Althouse, Paris, Ont. HARREN, Hendrichs J., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Investment Club, Newman Club, Ski Club, intercollegiate Soccer, The Kingsman, Regalia. HARR I NGTON, Judith A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. f , sift' HARRIS, Dianne G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Coldsprings, Ont. HARRIS, John M., LL.B., London, Ont. HARRIS, L. Darlene, Althouse, Windsor, Ont. HART, Lloyd S., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Liberal Club. HARVEY, M. Ruth, Althouse, Thompson, Man. HARVEY, Robert C., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Kenora, Ont., lntramural Sports, Curling Club, Geography Club, Student Police Force, Rod and Gun Club. HARVISON, Peter J B.A., General Arts, U.C., Cooksville, Ont., Ski Club, History Club. HASTINGS, Wendy A., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Listowel, Ont. HAWKINS, Brian M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Burlington, Ont., Mustang Band, Auto Sport Club. HAY, Mary A., B.A., Secretarial Science, Kingston, Ont., Purple Patches. HAYDEN, Donald B., Honours B.Sc., Biology, London, Ont., R.O.T.P., S.M.i.G.B.E.E HAYES, Cheryl M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Kenora, Ont., Purple Spur Society, Curling Club, Inter-Residence Council, Spencer Hall Residents' Council Orientation Co-Ordinating Committee. HAYES, Gordon J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Streetsville, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Sydenham Hall Residents' Council. HAYLETT, Beverley-Ann, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Lambeth, Ont. 14 as fff K at "' 1 . if j U 4 t gm W VHP' ' bu 3' Q42 -4""7 were L .4 an . HEARD, Kathleen A., Althouse, Belleville, Ont. HEATH, Edward L., MD., London, Ont. HEATH-EVES, Michael, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Buckingham, Bermuda, Kappa Alpha Society, Ski Club, Sailing Club. HEDGES, Jennifer M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Thomas, Ont. HEESSELS, Martin E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Denfield, Ont., Ski Club, Judo Club, Newman Club. HELSON, J. David, LL.B., Belleville, Ont., C.U.S. Committee, Liberal Club, C.O.T.C., History Club. HEMPLER, Louise, B.Sc.N., Vancouver, B.C., German Choir, Scottish Dancing, Intramural Sports. HENDERSON, Andrew D., LL.B.. Niagara Falls, Ont., Moot Court, Sigma Chi, Medway Hall Residents' Council. HENDERSON, Bonnie M., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, London, Ont., Brescia College Council, Brescia Beacon, Progressive Conservative Club, Orientation Co-Ordinating Committee. HENDERSON, Margaret, B.A.. General Arts, M.C., Woodstock, Ont., Westminster Club, U.W.O. Choir, Community Action Program, Westminster l Council. HENDERSON, Robert J., Honours B.Sc., Zoology, Lambeth, Ont., Rowing Club, U.W.O. Choir, Math Club. HENDERSON. Sheila J., B.A., Secretarial Science, Sarnia, Ont., Westminster Residents' Council, Social Service Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Westminster Spokesman, lnter-Residence Sports. HENNESSEY, Richard J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Judo Club. HENNESSY, Donna D., Honours B.Sc., Computer Science. Haileybury, Ont., Purple Patches, Math Club. .. ' 1 I bak f tg E 1 X 6 xx-as ' f 1 A ,ai Q' L' 108 5 ,Ji vw:-rv-4 Q , L Mt N , . . f.- . sk W an fum 1 Q6 'Win HENNESSY, Shaun R B.A., General Arts, H.C., St. Catharines, Ont., Intramural Sports, Auto Sport Club. HENRY, C. Susan, Althouse, Ingersoll, Ont., Liberal Club, United Church Club, Community Action Program, U.W.O. Choir, Althouse Drama Club. HENRY, Frank M., Althouse, St. Thomas, Ont. HERRlNGTON, Michael, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Kerwood, Ont.. Community Action Program. HEWER, M. Elizabeth B.Sc.N., Guelph, Ont. HEWITT, Gerald, Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, London, Ont., Intercollegiate Soccer. HEWITT, Marion, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Parry Sound, Ont., intercollegiate Hockey, P.H.R.E. Club. HICKS, James C., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, London, Ont., Intercollegiate Tennis, C.l.C. HIGGINS, M. Joanne, Althouse, Mitchell, Ont. HILBERT, Linda D., B.A., General Arts, M.C.. Atlanta, U.S.A., Intramural Sports. HILBORN, June M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Thedford, Ont., Math Club, Judo Club. HILL, Anthony J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Hamilton, Ont., Gazette, Ski Club, Liberal Club. HILL, Meredith A., Honours B.A., History and English, Islington, Ont., Arts and Letters Society lPresidentj, Compline Committee, Altar Guild, Huron Times, Huron College Council. HILLMAN, Gerald A., Honours B.A., Economics, London, Ont., Economics Club, White Cross Club. HILLYARD, Sylvia J., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Dundas, Ont., Flying Club, Intramural Sports. HIMANN, George D., B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Catharines, Ont. HINDMARSH, Susan E., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Goderich, Ont., Ski Club, Folk Music Society, Tachycardia. HITCHINS, Sally G. B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., S.C.M., Community Action Program, Philosophy Club. HOBBS, Wallace M B.A., General Arts, C.S., Pickering, Ont., P.H.R.E. Club, intramural Sports. Or living Or booking Or loving. HODDER, Elaine A. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont. HODGSON, Brenda B.A., General Arts, U.C., Scarborough, Ont., English Club, Newman Club. HODGSON, Joanne G., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Mindemoya, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Social Service Club. HOFSTEE, Jacob, Honours B.Sc., Physics, St. Thomas, Ont., Gazette, Occidentalia, Calvinistic Students' Club, Canadian Associatio of Physicists. HOGAN, Denis A., Honours B.A., Journalism, London, Ont. The buildings and grounds department Was still the life Of Western And there was always The they Those unnamed somebodies Who ruled the nobodies Delineated power Gave out degrees Made money And somehow they called it a university Q: . f ,',. w.- ,- .. 3 1 f ... .. . W ,i . , . Rf 'Kr 'V Wg: T. 7 . J g 'Q VVS , -an-5-.. in . .,4"" -A HOGAFZTH. NanCy P., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., CUSO. HOLDEN, William D., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Oshawa, Ont., Curling Club, Marketing Club. HOLE, James D., B.E.Sc., Civil, Montreal, Quebec, U.E.S. Council lPresidentl. HOLLAND, Lloyd J., Althouse, New Hamburg, Ont., lnterhouse Sports. HOLLAND, Mary Ellen, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Garson, Ont., English Club, Western Christian Fellowship, Chess Club. HOLLAND, Robert M., LL.B., Windsor, Ont. HOLLIDAY, John W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Brooklin, Ont., Psychology Club, United Church Club. HOLMES, Bonnie J., I B.Sc.N., "' F Ottawa, Ont., " I Inter-Varsity .1 13, Q Christian Fellowship, ' W intramural Sports. ' ,My . HOLMES, Holly B., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Thomas, Ont., Purple Patches. HOLMES, J. Randy, Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Curling Club, Investment Club, Marketing Club, Liberal Club. HOMUTH, Bonnie L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Clinton, Ont., Curling Club, Westminster Residents' Council, inter-Residence Council, Westminster Club. HOOPER, Guy M., Althouse, Pelee Island, Ont. HOOPLE, Jayne A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Jazz Club, Huron Debating Club, Undergraduate Women's Organization. HOPKINS, Donald W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Psychology Club, Social Service Club, P.H.R.E. Club. 110 4,1 'X -A 'RSF 4- HOPKINS, Edward P B.A., General Arts, M.C., Grand Bend, Ont., Delta Upsilon. HORICH, Lubow, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Ukrainian Club. HORN, John D., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Port Credit, Ont., Ski Club. HORNBUFRG, Jurgen, B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Rowing Club, Community Action Program. HORNER, Patricia M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Treasure Van, C.U.S. Committee, Intramural Sports, Purple Patches, Community Action Program. HORNY, Martha M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Newman Club, Ukrainian Club, French Club, intramural Sprots. Occidentalia. HORST, Linda J., Diploma, Nursing, Education, St. Jacobs. Ont. HORTON, Edward A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Islington, Ont., University College Council lPrefectl, Purple Patches, Ski Club, Delta Upsilon, Executive Committee for Colleges lChairmanl. HOSNER, Judy D., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Tillsonburg, Ont., Math Club, Purple Patches, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Film Society, Judo Club. HOSNER, Karen M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Tillsonburg, Ont., Math Club, Purple Patches, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Film Society, Judo Club. HOWARD, Bryan J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Listowel, Ont., Curling Club, Geography Club, Progressive Conservative Club. HOWAY, Eileen M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Mount Brydges, Ont., Archery Club, Social Service Club, Purple Patches, United Church Club, Community Action Program. HOWDEN, Lois A., Althouse, Watford, Ont., French Club, Canterbury Club, International Students' Club. HOWES, Malkin A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Parry Sound, Ont., Intramural Sports, Bridge Club, Judo Club, Intercollegiate Hockey. .1 lt was very nice to know That there really was A g. edward hall But reform reform Live and change Subvert and change Change and change For goodness discipline and knowledge HOWIE, John A., Althouse, Sarnia, Ont. HOWITT, John W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Dorchester, Ont., Philosophy Club. HRYHORCHUK, Brenda E., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont Ski Club, Intramural Sports, Ukrainian Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, French Club. HRYHORCHUK, W. Ross, Althouse, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., intramural Sports. HRYNUIK, Andrew, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Waterford, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club. HUBER, Walter O., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, German Club, White Cross Club, Social Service Club, Psychology Club. HUCKINS, Constance l., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Toronto, Ont., Intramural Sports. HUCTWITH, Bonita A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Forest, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, French Club, Social Service Club, intramural Sports. HUDSON, Ronald G., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Curling Club. HULL, Donna M., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, London, Ont., Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Tachycardia. HUMPHRIES, David G., B.E.Sc., Civil, London, Ont., U.E.S. Council, E.l.C. lChairman1. HUNTER, Bryce M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., intramural Sports, Sigma Chi. ns N '- ' M ws- 'XII Wiaf :'2f2,, W . ,Ig , .:"f 1 ,f,. '1 fg.,f. . . , . -f' , ,. ..v,.:' '. , nl, ,- . ., . .. , ,hir , V. L 'tfil 3,-f., HUNTER, Gary R., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Paris, Ont., Medway Hall Residents' Council, Intramural Sports. HUSTON, Gary Ft., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Hamilton, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Inter-Residence Council. HUTCHESON, Elaine M., B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Gilbert and Sullivan, Sailing Club. HUTCHINS, J. Carol, B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Wiliowdale, Ont., Spanish Club, Italian Club, Brescia Beacon, Brescia-King's Drama Guild, Inter-Residence Council. HUTCHISON, Brian G M.D., London, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, Gazette, Ethos lEditorI, Medical Journal, Hippocratic Council, Tachycardia, University Students' Council. 'I For the betterment HYMERS, Marlene J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Gymnastics Club, Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee. IBBOTSON, C. Gail, LL.B., London, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee, The Res lpsa Loquitur. INGREY, Dale J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., London Circle "K", INSKIP, Robin, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Islington, Ont., C.U.S. Committee, Intramural Sports, Kappa Alpha Theta, Huron Heritage, Debating Union. INWOOD, James F., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Chatham, Ont., Westminster Residents' Council, Inter-Residence Sports. Ot the individual's existence For the protection Of his individual rights and freedoms Ftetain the individual As a social animal Said the joiner joining. Studying and essays and tests Were just the same But courses took on new meaning And soc 20 was really big Vote for model parliament Petition for civil rights And march Oh freedom. 112 'D ..., ,gg 40' ae ' anti ' if' Q... .I we 'A' -072 .4-0" IRVINE, Penny F., B.Sc.N., London, Ont., Curling Club, Blood Drive. IRWIN, Charles N., M.D., London, Ont., Purple Spur Society Delta Upsilon, Intramural Sports. IRWIN, Margaret E., B.Sc.N., New Liskheard, Ont. IRWIN, Robert O., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Alllston, Ont., Liberal Club, intramural Sports. IRWIN, W. Mark, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Komoka, Ont., Colt Football, Intramural Sports. ISAFID, Susan B., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Curling Club. ISBISTER, Elizabeth J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Hamilton, Ont., Ski Club, intramural Sports, Folk Music Society. IVORENKO, James B.A., General Arts, M.C., Burlington, Ont. IZARD, Clifford H., Althouse, Windsor, Ont. JACKETT, Noralie, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Chatham, Ont., Intercollegiate Hockey, Intramural Sports. JACKS, Judith, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Wallaceburg, Ont., Purple Spur Society, Intramural Sports, Huron Residents' Council, Undergraduate Women's Organization. P. JACKSON, Jacqueline, B.Sc.N., London, Ont., Ski Club. JACKSON, Stuart M. B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont. i JACKSON, W. Bruce, M.D., Peterborough, Ont., Alpha Omega Alpha, Tachycardia. JACOBSEN, Odd, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Woodstock, Ont. JACYNA, Raymond, Graduate Medicine, London, Ont. JAMES, Gerald A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Woodstock, Ont., Occidentalia. JARVIS, George A., Honours B.A., Mathematics, London, Ont., Math Club. JEFFERY, Larry M., B.E.Sc., Civil, Mount Elgin, Ont., Inter-Residence Sports, Math Club, Computer Science Club, University Students' Council. JENKINS, Elizabeth, B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta, Community Action Program. JENKINS, Wilfred D., LL.B., London, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, Law Review lEdito rl, Moot Court, Gazette, C.A.B. fManagerl, JENSEN, Larry S., Honours B.Sc., Geology, Embro, Ont., Geology Club. JENVAY, Susan, Althouse, St. Marys, Ont. JERVIS, Kathryn A., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Mitchell, Ont., Bridge Club, Ski Club. JOHANSON, Christine, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Fort Frances, Ont. JOHNSON, B. Ann, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Appin, Ont., Math Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Westminster Club. JOHNSON, M. Eleanor, M.D., Jarvis, Ont. JOHNSON, John R., Honours B.Sc., Biology, Glencoe, Ont., S.M.I.G.B.E.E. .. f ' 'f tx M , t ' i x t " , 1 I .- W , . Q -t 'E Ai tk N , 451. , a' 'it " if' Li T, J ., ,-t 4 Q 2 Pifit. 1' ttiiiiii X et, t i t , J af 44'-'YN lagiffh ji? 959' 4- ,., 4 ' 511' r Q 55 ' gi, Qitsi x 1 rfxlbg'-Lx I , at fgfcafj af Y s it Wt sf ,M A ' ff 4 X AW: ls t V l .and .M 'BK ls. -vt: ff 5 my Xmgq v li 3, . L A Sz... t ...4 JOHNSON, Judith G., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Centerville, Mass., Curling Club, Sailing Club. JOHNSON, M. Eleanor, M.D., Jarvis, Ont., Meds Journal. JOHNSTON, Brian J., LL.B., Windsor, Ont. JOHNSTON, Isobel C., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, London, Ont., United Nations Club. JOHNSTON, M. Jane, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Windsor, Ont., Purple Spur Society, Kappa Alpha Theta, Middlesex Cheerleader, Undergraduate Women's Organization. JOHNSTONE, Donna L., B.A., Secretarial Science, Parkhill, Ont., Purple Patches, United Church Club, History Club. JOHNSTONE, Gail, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Curling Club. JOINER, Lynda S., General Arts, H.C., Chatham, Ont., Intramural Sports. JOLLIFFE, Roger W., Honours B.A., Mathematics, London, Ont., Math Club, Bridge Club. JOLLY, Ervinia A., Honours B.A., Business Administration and Secretarial Science, Roseau, West Indies, International Students' Club. JONES, Barbara L., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Sarnia, Ont., Chance! Guild, Social Service Club, Canterbury Club. JONES, Eleanor, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Anten Mills, Ont., Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Huron Debating Club, Undergraduate Women's Organization. JONES, Leslie A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Burlington, Ont., Curling Club, Emeritus, English Club, Ski Club. JONES, W. David, Althouse, London, Ont. JORDAN, J. Barry, B.A., Home Economics, Renfrew, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Curling Club, Brescia College Council, Home Economics Club lPresidentl. JORGENSON. Larry W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Kappa Alpha Society, Folk Music Society, international Students' Club, Intramural Sports. JOSELIN, Beverly A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Beaconsfield, Ont., Purple Patches, Curling Club, Sailing Club, Huron Times. JUKES, John F., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Oakville, Ont., Gazette lEditorj, University Students' Council, Canadian University Press lPresident2, Folio, Colt Football. JUBENVILLE, Paul M B.A., General Arts, U.C., Oshawa, Ont. KALBFLEISCH, Carol A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Goderich, Ont., Math Club, Judo Club, Bridge Club. KAMIEN, H. Molly, B.A., Home Economics. London, Ont., Home Economics Club, C.U.S. Committee, Occidentalia. K l KANGAS, Kathy K., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Port Arthur, Ont., Gymnastics Club tPresidentl, Women's Athletic Association, Purple Patches, Intercollegiate Volleyball. KARS, Paul, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship, Ski Club, Calvanistic Students' Club. KAVANAUGH, Leonard, LL.B., London, Ont., Legal Society Council, Moot Court, Debating Union, Intramural Sports. KAY, Anne S., B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont., Scottish Dancing, International Students' Club. KAZLAUSKAS, Birute, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont. KEAST, David H., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, London, Ont., C.l.C. KEELE, Catherine A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Islington, Ont., Ski Club, United Church Club. ...ad Y ms, !'fj'r7 r .2 KEENLISIDE, John A., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan. KELLY, Colin K., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Italian Club, The Kingsman, Intramural Sports. KELLY, G. Jeanne, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Kitchener, Ont., White Cross Club, U.W.O. Choir. KELLY, Maureen K., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Toronto, Ont., Newman Club, C.l.A.S.P. Intramural Sports. KELLY, Nora K., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Guel h Ont p 1 'D Curling Club, Fencing Club, Judo Club, Sailing Club, Social Service Club. KELLY, Patricia L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Brigden, Ont., Hesperian Club, Gazette, Folk Music Society, Social Service Club. KELLY, William E., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Simcoe, Ont., Ftegalia, Chess Club, Intramural Sports, King's Residents' Council. KEMP, Evelyn, B.Sc.N., London, Ont., Intramural Sports. KEMPLING, Christopher, B.E.Sc., Chemical, London, Ont., Engineering Journal, The Engineer, U.E.S. Council, Intramural Sports. KENNEDY, Frances I., Althouse, Agincourt, Ont. KENNEDY, Patricia I., Honours B.A., History, London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, History Club, Fencing Club. KENT, James C., LL.B., Brantford, Ont., Moot Court, Legal Society Council. l'm glad that year went quickly And the summer intervened And I reflected And met you at a bar in grand But reform had lost its lustre By september of the third year. bend Q 145 7 rw-rf sfw.'a.t.wfW""'f.f, 'f 1: hf'fzf:1f--WW . ff ' ,g,I':.ll .. 1 . , . .4 it -I f ir Vivo, his fi 1-r-',' '5 T" ., - " YWJ'-.1 gi .' ,. . 1' "ig 2421, 7 i -5 -vs 1? ,252 ff ff I 9 4 ve. V 'DW , 2 , f 7 . X ffl5tQ,W? 4, ,' . 4, -1..f,9,yg,:g. MQW 'iii ' " I ., ' 462274, 1 i indifferent Complacent My attitude had changed But so had Western Football games were places to get drunk Despite the campus cops The rent-a-cops The city cops The student cops. KEFiFt, Gary C., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Chatham, Ont., Social Service Club. KERR, Mary M., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Islington, Ont., Intercollegiate Field Hockey, Intramural Sports, Chancel Guild. KIERANS, J. Murray, B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Newman Club, Italian Club, King's Debating Club, Brescia-King's Drama Guild, Intramural Sports. KILBY, Brian L., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Sarnia, Ont. KILPATRICK, Donald, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Guelph, Ont., History Club. KING, George C., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Newman Club, Fiegalia, Intramural Sports, The Kingsman lEditor1, King's Debating Club. KING, Larry W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Merlin, Ont., Geography Club. KING, William Ft., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Don Mills, Ont., Curling Club, History Club, Flying Club, Intramural Sports, s,- Progressive Conservative Club. A KINZER, Joanne, ' ' Honours B.A., Physical Education, London, Ont., P.H.Ft.E. Club, Sailing Club, Intercollegiate Hockey, Intercollegiate Field Hockey, Intercollegiate Volleyball. KIPP, Elizabeth, B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Science Women's Society, C.l.C. KIPROFF, James, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Islington, Ont., Sigma Chi, Inter-Residence Council, Medway Hall Residents' Council Investment Club. KIRKHAM, Linda V., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Belleville, Ont., Women's Athletic Asscoiation, Intramural Sports. W X , t . ,,.'y..l B .1 Tum, ' gg ii..- , , x A . ..,r ii'-H Ni' . - 100 1' KIRSHAK, Karen-Ann B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Catharines, Ont., Bridge Club, Intramural Sports. KITCHEN, Penelope, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Scarborough, Ont., Gazette, Ethos, Student Directory. KITTO, Richard J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., North Bay, Ont., Auto Sport Club. KLAASSEN, Erna, Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Laird, Sask., U.W.O. Choir. KLASSEN, Frieda M. Diploma, Nursing, Education, St. Catharines, Ont., International Students' Club, Folk Music Society, German Club. KLEIN, Dorothy C., B.Sc.N., Sudbury, Ont., Purple Spur Society, Nursing Council. KLINCK, J. Carson, Honours B.A., Physical Education, Waterloo, Ont., Purple Spur Society, Mustang Band, intramural Sports, Curling Club, Ski Club, Intercollegiate Swimming. KNECHTEL, John D B.A., General Arts, C.S., Waterloo, Ont., Curling Club, Inter-Residence Sports. KNELLER, Gwendolyn, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Tillsonburg, Ont. KNILL, Richard L., M.D., Hamilton, Ont., Alpha Omega Alpha, Med'S Choir. KOENIG, Gloria G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Don Mills, Ont., Intercollegiate Archery, French Club, Folk Music Society, Archery Club. KOKOTOW, Lawrence J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Kirkland Lake, Ont., Beta Sigma Rho, Progressive Conservative Club Curling Club. KOLKKA, Ronald D., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Thornhill, Ont. KONG, Raymond C.S., B.E.Sc., Civil, Hong Kong, Engineering Journal, Arts Festival, Intramural Sports, Sketch Club. -rm-nr Lag 117 KOPMAN, Lawrence H., Honours B.A., Psychology, Waterloo, Ont. KORBER, Carol J., B.A., Secretarial Science, Wallaceburg, Ont. KORELL, David C., Honours B.A., Music, Welland, Ont., Purple Patches, U.W.O. Choir, Alumni Variety Show Choral Ensemble, College of Music Opera. KORN, David A., M.D., Toronto, Ont., Meds Journal, C.U.S. Committee. KORVEMAKER, William, B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Calvinistic Students' Club. KRECETAS, Mirdza, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. KRECH, Peter D., B.A., General Arts, St. Peter's, Windsor, Ont. KROSSEY, Michael D B.E.Sc., Chemical, South Porcupine, Ont intramural Sports, C.l.C. KULCZYK, Henry J., B.E.Sc., Electrical, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont., The Engineer, Progressive Conservative Club. KYES, John H., M.D., Welland, Ont., Alpha Kappa Kappa, intramural Sports, Tachycardia. LAANEMETS, Helve, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Credit, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Ski Club, Film Society. LACEY, Karen M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Wallaceburg, Ont., Ski Club, Treasure Van, Player's Guild. LAFONTAINE, Dennis P., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Timmins, Ont., Judo Club, Computer Science Club. LAFORTUNE, Colleen A., B.A., Home Economics, Preston, Ont., Newman Club, Brescia Beacon, Home Economics Club. iv' if - ' 22.52 2245 if-:tta?7t? 'af if rr,,5f'f, i-Img .gafgffztffrf wfff55.ff,sf ,. Iggy 1 f,15,1,.i-'L ' .9 'Q .. ' , M , 1' 11 f, 'iff'-ff' . . . -I,-1 ,il ' . in 7' 7 . t LAHEY, Larry M., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Merlin, Ont., Chess Club, Intramural Sports. LAIDLAW, L. Diane, B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Westminster Club, Western Christian Fellowship. LAIDLAW, Patricia, Althouse, London, Ont. LAIDLAW, Sandra M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Curling Club, Progressive Conservative Club. LAMBERT, Robert, Althouse, London, Ont. LAMONT, Elizabeth Fl., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Scottish Dancing, Westminster Club. LAMPERD, David B.M., Honours B.Sc., Biology, London, Ont., Mustang Band, Western Christian Fellowship. LAMPKIN, Susan J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Burlington, Ont., Occidentalia, Gazette, Social Service Club, Bridge Club. LANE, Stephen Mb., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Weston, Ont., Regalia, Chess Club, Intramural Sports. LANGDON, John L., B.E.Sc., Chemical, Lindsay, Ont., C.l.C., Judo Club. LANGILLE. Elizabeth A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Galt, Ont., Ski Club, Curling Club, Geography Club, Folk Music Society. LANGLEY, Gwyneth E.. Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Stratford, Ont., Social Service Club, Curling Club, Purple Patches. LA POINTE, Virginia G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Wallaceburg, Ont., Math Club, United Church Club, Social Service Club, Folk Music Society. LAPOWICH, Jerry A., LL.B., London, Ont., Hillel Society. 1 r" . fight' . K 1- it if A . N X - .-i"eL..f 'I :N 1. 5 1 sg, M 118 4 iii? . LAPP, M. Eleanor, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Chippawa, Ont. LAST, Dianne A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Port Credit, Ont., Ski Club, Flying Club, Cheerleader, Gamma Phi Beta, Purple Patches, Social Service Club, Gymnastics Club. LAVOIE, Kathleen M B.A., General Arts, U.C., Ansonville, Ont. LAW, Peter J., M.D., Toronto, Ont., Meds Journal. LAWRENCE, Janet C., B.A., General Arts, U.C.. Scarborough, Ont.. Purple Patches, German Club, Rowing Club. LAWHIE, R. Wayne, Honours B.A., Economics, Markham, Ont., Curling Club, Polycon Club, intercollegiate Curling. LAWSON, David W., Honours B.A., History, Windsor, Ont., Sigma Chi. LAWSON, Karen J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Listowel, Ont., Westminster Residents' Council, Player's Guild. LEARNED, Janet D., Althouse, Sherbrooke, Quebec. LEDGETT, Michael F., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., intramural Sports, Phi Delta Theta, C.U.S. Committee. LEE, Carole D., B.A., Gene-ral Arts, H.C., Simcoe, Ont., History Club, Huron Cheerleader. LEE, Karen S., B.Sc.N., Springtord, Ont., Intramural Sports, United Church Club. LEE, Leonard F., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Thornhill, Ont., Centralized Advertising Bureau, Marketing Club, Curling Club, Business Orientation Committee lConvenorj. LEE, William G. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Scarborough, Ont., Philosophy Club, International Students' Club, Folk Music Society, Kappa Alpha Society. Everything was frowned upon Fraternities with their button-down Buttonness The football team in its losing streak People who went to classes And you With your smiling coquettish innocence And your large eyes of misty fire. LEECH-PORTER, Colin, M.D., Hamilton, Ont., Intramural Sports, Hippocratic Council. LEENTJES, Peter, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Kitchener, Ont., C.O.T.C., Westminster Club, London Circle "K", C.l.C. LEHRNEH, Albert, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., Investment Club, Marketing Club. LEICH, Peter M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Liberal Club. LEIDAL, Lawrence, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Simcoe, Ont., Archery Club, Folk Music Society. LENNON, Anne C., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Stratford, Ont., Newman Club, Brescia Lecture League, italian Club, Forum. LEONARD, Paul A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Catharines, Ont., Liberal Club, Newman Club, Flod and Gun Club, intramural Sports. LEPINE, Paul F., Honours B.A., Philosophy, London, Ont., Philosophy Club, Newman Club, S.N.C.C. LERNER, Michael M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Middlesex College Council, Purple Spur Society, Intercollegiate Golf, Beta Theta Pi, Intramural Sports. LESCO, Donald W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Niagara Falls, Ont., Mustang Band. LETTAU, Karen L., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Peterborough, Ont., Brescia College Council lPresidentj, C.U.S. Committee, Brescia Beacon, Curling Club, University Students' Council. LEVER, Margaret W., B.E.Sc., Electrical, Tecumseh, Ont., University Students Council, U.E.S. Council, Westminster Club, Synchronized Swimming, Gamma Phi Beta. I -1. :,,,f-' ,, , f - .ff I T.. if 'fe ' L' ,. ' A P ,g,.: .2,,,,-,I yu ,F., - 4 . 1-1 ':. ' -' .1 fm- yn Q7 .2 :' if f, , f zg . LEWIS, Gary A.. Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont. LEWIS, Gerald D., Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont. LEWIS, Ronald K., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Parry Sound, Ont. LIDDLE, Rosemary A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Aylmer, Ont., French Club, United Church Club, Intramural Sports. LIGE, Peter, B.E.Sc., Electrical, Toronto, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, The Engineer, Intramural Sports, Engineering Ball lConvenorI. Suicide became LILLEY, Wayne F., General Arts, H.C., Weston, Ont., Kappa Alpha Society, Intramural Sports, Huron Residents' Council, Huron Times, Heritage. LILLIE, Margaret-Anne, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Fort William, Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta, Curling Club, Intramural Sports, Women's Athletic Association, Intercollegiate Basketball. LINDSAY, Gloria J., Honours B.A., History, Fort William, Ont., History Club, Liberal Club. LINDSAY, James P B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Intramural Sports. LIPSETT, F. Ronald, Honours B.A., Music, Annan, Ont., Purple Patches, Gilbert and Sullivan. The ultimate in the art Of opting out Who gives a shit Became the motto Ot the dispassionate indigent Of Western And everything was somehow Very Very Very Very Boring. LITT, Deborah J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Winnipeg, Man., Liberal Club, Intramural Sports. LITTLE, Susan E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Listowel, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, Curling Club, Film Society, Bridge Club, History Club, Intercollegiate Curling. LIVINGSTONE. Frances. B.A., General Arts, H.C., St. Thomas, Ont., White Cross Club. LOBLAW, Josephine M., B.Sc.N., Aurora, Ont. LOCKYEFZ, Peter Fi LL.B., Acton, Ont., Purple Spur, Delta Upsilon, Intercollegiate Wrestling. LONCKE, John A., B.A., General Arts, M.C.. London, Ont. LONEY, Kathryn A. B.A., General Arts, U.C., Waterloo, Ont., Curling Club, French Club. LOOPSTRA, Clarence M., LL.B., Hamilton, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Medway Hall Residents' Council, R.C.A.F., Phi Delta Theta. LOPETER, Beverly E., B.A., Secretarial Science, Brantford, Ont. LOSEE, Mavis M., B.Sc.N., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Film Society, Folk Music Society, Gilbert and Sullivan, Curling Club, Student Jury. LOUBEBT, Sharon A., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Streetsville, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Ski Club, Tachycardia. LOVE, Murray H., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Kincardine, Ont. LOVEDAY, Paul A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Brantford, Ont., Intramural Sports, Western Christian Fellowship. LOW, Catherine N., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont. X . , 5 ,? 'NR 1 V .. ..,, A., t N Q X X -QKVSR .,,..s SV Nw xx t X954 LUBELL, Richard F., M.D., London, Ont., Beta Sigma Rho, Tachycardia. LUCE, David W., Althouse, London, Ont. LUDWIG, Douglas W., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Scarborough, Ont., Sigma Chi. LUELO, James F., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Kitchener, Ont., Regalia, King's Residents' Council. LUKE, S. Eileen, B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont., Curling Club, White Cross Club, Blood Drive, Intramural Sports. LUNDY, Paul M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Niagara Falls, Ont., Curling Club, Rod and Gun Club, Judo Club. LUTE, Graham E., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont. LUXTON, Marian E. B.Sc.N., Fergus, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club, Tachycardia, White Cross Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Canterbury Club. LYON, Donna L., B.A., Secretarial Science, Shelburne, Ont., Liberal Club, United Church Club LYON, Victoria L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Niagara Falls, Ont. MacAFlTHUR, Brenda J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Curling Club, Psychology Club, Gilbert and Sullivan Purple Patches, History Club. MacARTHUR, D. June, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Westmount, Quebec, Pi Beta Phi, Curling Club, W.U.S.C. MacARTHUR, Douglas L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Fort Erie, Ont. MacBAlN, Constance, Honours B.A., Mathematics, Toronto, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship, Math Club. .,.-un 4.3! 4..r"'1 will' 25' v wa will W' .., I w w ni ,' MacCLElVlENT, Elisabeth, Honours B.A., Music, Hamilton, Ont., U.W.O. Orchestra, Gilbert and Sullivan, Choral Ensemble, Collegium Musicum, College of Music Opera. MacDERMlD, G. Anne B.A., General Arts, U.C., Elliot Lake, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Gilbert and Sullivan, Purple Patches, Players Guild. MacDONALD, Celia A., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, London, Ont., Intercollegiate Badminton, C.I.C. MacDONALD, Frank H., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. MacDONALD, George R., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, St. Catharines, Ont. Gilbert and Sullivan, Intramural Sports, C.I.C. MacDONALD, Patricia, Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Elliot Lake, Oni., Curling Club, Purple Patches, Ski Club, Intramural Sports. MacDONALD, R. Douglas, B.A., General Arts, M.C., North Bay, Ont., Fencing Club. lVlacDOUGALL, Beverly, Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Cooksville, Ont., Liberal Club, Intramural Sports. lVlacEACHERN, Robert W., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Willowdale, Ont., Liberal Club, Intramural Sports, History Club. MaclVEFi, John T., B.E.Sc., Mechanical, London, Ont., E.I.C., Rod and Gun Club. MacKAY, William R., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Orillia, Ont., Curling Club, Liberal Club. MacKENZIE, Sandra J., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Windsor, Ont., Folk Music Society, Intramural Sports. MacKlNNON, Catherine, Honours B.A., French and Russian, Guelph, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Concert Band, Russian Club, W.U.S.C., Scottish Dancing. MacLAHEN, David P., Honours B.A., Economics, London, Ont., Kappa Alpha Society, Rowing Club, Sailing Club, Intramural Sports, Economics Club. wif' fl si' MacLEAN, M. Alexander, Althouse, Kitchener, Ont. MacLOGHLlN, Peter G., M.D., Waterdown, Ont., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Intramural Sports, Tachycardia. MaCMlLLAN, John D. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Credit, Ont., Gazette, Medway Hall Residents' Council, Progressive Conservative Club. MacNAUGHTON, John A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Exeter, Ont., Sigma Chi, Huron College Council, Progressive Conservative Club, Huron Debating Club MacNAUGHTON, Patricia, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Islington, Ont., Purple Patches. MacPHERSON. Gerald, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Waterford, Ont.. Liberal Club, Flying Club, Archery Club. MacPHEFlSON, Sheila C., B.A.. General Arts, M.C., Dunnville, Ont., Ski Club, Geography Club, United Church Club. MCALPINE, Mary J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., French Club, Occidentalia, Purple Patches, C.U.S. Committee. McBlFtNlE, Karen A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta, Purple Poll. MCBIRNIE, Peter S., LL.B., Toronto, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Psychology Club, White Cross Club, Purple Patches, Medway Hall Residents' Council. MCBRIDE, Sharon G., Honours B.A., French and Latin, Kippen, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, French Club, German Club. MCCAIG, Paul N., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Islington, Ont., Purple Patches, Marketing Club, Medway Monitor lCo-Editorl. MCCALLUM, A. Douglas, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Hillsborough, U.S.A., Curling Club, Ski Club, Bridge Club. MCCALLUM, Leslie E Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Cooksville, Ont. KN-V 'W A ,wr AJ. .HQ- X Q P MCCARDLE, James T., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Colt Basketball. MCCAFITHY, Barry D. Althouse, Renfrew, Ont. MCCARTHY, Mary T., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Peterborough, Ont., Folk Music Society. MCCLENAGHAN, Thomas D., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. MCCLUSKIE. Sandra J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Kitchener, Ont. MCCLYMONT, John S., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Colt Football, Intramural Sports, History Club. McCOLL, Thomas, B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., C.l.A.S.P., Intramural Sports, Mustang Football, Community Action Program. MCCOMBS, John D., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Intercollegiate Track and Field, intramural Sports, Kappa Alpha Society. MCCONNELL, D. Gary, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Bridge Club, Intramural Sports. MCCONNELL, Malcolm, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Willowdale, Ont. ayfli'-f'.f.E H .J-i1z:T44br,fXE'i-'L . "ij ...,.g..w. fr, ,.,,,.. f- .V 'NLt?3ti,iti?'fi -' 'Z -- ',-ijgh ', " f r ' " 'Aqrilfwfi-' A. fsfii . J--wwf--, , - r-Wiz t, " agar Wg.. . t 'sgfs-1 2 ,mga 1. 'haf 2 'Wy it 513' I?i"f ' f fwlifff r x L , , .,, 'S .-2' 'VS A lt was impossible to put a finger on the cause Just the result That shrunken hollow feeling deep inside Like just after you've lost Your best friend And the number complex The alienation and aloneness Of frosh at frosh week Returned increased A hundredfold bend or mutilate And at times it was difficult To finish a sentence Let alone an essay No more dances for this number No more rushing parties Or drinkathons. 123 ff 'Wt' ., QM: - li- ,- ' ,"1g5,:gcM,,y' , 7, .. I rf, .- . f!i2ft4.f"?"sf" ' "' ti ' 'Cr iffy' 6' wif A , ,gg 5, . . Q, f 'X We 1.-.1 L. , ,. f 3 If " rdf If , ,, lb , , Everything was in terms of self And it was too simple To lay abed all day Doodling Andmissing 8230's 9:3O's 'l0:3O's And 3:3O's. MCCORKINDALE, MCDERMQTT, JOW1, W. Brian, B-A-i B.A., General Arts, M.C., Barrie, Ont., United Nations Club fPresident1, Ski Club, Fencing Club, Sailing Club. MCCORMICK, Robin B., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Etobicoke, Ont. MCCREERY, Linda J., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Port Hope, Ont., Huron College Council, Huron Heritage lEditor1, Ski Club, W.U.S.C. McCULLOCH, David W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Brockville, Ont., Liberal Club, Curling Club. MCCUTCHEON, Joan S., B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Catharines, Ont. MCDERMOTT, Madeline I., Althouse, Stratford, Ont. General Arts, K.C., London, Ont. McDlVlTT, Ross J., Althouse, North Bay, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports, Bridge Club. MCDONALD, James D., Althouse, Espanola, Ont. MCDONNELL, Jeremiah, B.A., General Arts, K.C., Gads Hill, Ont., Lingard Society, Newman Club, Liberal Club, Brescia-King's Drama Guild. MCDOUGALL, Stanley, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Palmerston, Ont., investment Club, Purple Patches, Marketing Club, Ski Club. MCDOUGALL, Warren, Honours B.A., English, London, Ont., Ethos lEditorj, Huron Times fEditorJ, Gazette. v--'jf K' McDOWALL, Robert J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Islington, Ont. McEACHERN, Donald M., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Oakville, Ont., Gazette, Marketing Club, Arts Festival. MCEACHRAN, Jean E., B.Sc.N., Ridgetown, Ont., Social Service Club. MCEWAN, Robert C., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. MCEWAN, T. James, Althouse, Medicine Hat, Alta. MCGEE, Joanne E., B.A., General Arts, Brescia Halifax, N.S., Curling Club, Italian Club, Brescia Lecture League, Ski Club. MCGINTY, Peter M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. MCHENRY, Margot R., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Intercollegiate Archery, Archery Club, Women's Athletic Association, Folio, Curling Club. MclNERNEY, Michael, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Minden, Ont., Curling Club. MCKAGUE, Marilyn P., M.D., Teeswater, Ont., Tachycardia, Osler Society, U.W.O. Choir. MCKEAG, Lois G., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Burlington, Ont., Brescia College Council, Home Economics Club, Curling Club, Newman Club. MCKENZIE, D. Barry, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Port Elgin, Ont., Curling Club, Purple Patches, Intramural Sports. McKENZlE, Elizabeth, B.Sc.N., Fort Erie, Ont., Curling Club. McKENZlE, Janet R., B.A., Secretarial Science, Barrie, Ont., Ski Club, Kappa Alpha Theta. - S Si ', XLR x ski lg -X .fi as - X if MCKENZIE, Sandra, Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Windsor, Ont. McKEY, Evelyn M., B.Sc.N., Timmins, Ont. MCKILLOP, John A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Burlington, Ont., Colt Football, Intramural Sports, Ski Club. MCKINLEY, Robert J., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Port Dover, Ont., Business Council, Archery Club, Ski Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Business King Contest iConvenor1. MCKINNON, Barbara J., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Islington, Ont., Curling Club, Bridge Club, Blood Drive. MCKNIGHT, Bryan J., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., Sigma Chi, Marketing Club, Investment Club. MCLARNON, Frederick, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., Intercollegiate Wrestling. MCLENNAN, Nelson D., LL.B., London, Ont. McLEOD, Jane C., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Ski Club. McLEOD, Rebecca A. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Ottawa, Ont. MCLOUGHLIN, Donald, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., Intramural Sports. MCMANUS, Patricia, B.A., General Arts, Brescia Peterborough, Ont., Newman Club, Italian Club. MCNABB, Donna J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Stayner, Ont., Geography Club, P.H.R.E. Club. MCNAIN, Helen E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Goderich, Ont., Curling Club, Home Economics Club. if 'J -tiff ' " ff 155' afgyitf fi 6241! :A+ ta 4 Wf' ."ftz r .1 iff? gif, V ' , -. fwffbe-af ,ff ' , .5.-rurtm :www ff." va fe-fffsa-1 l'?if17f'f pt ?"J1f'4 H E459 "Qi, - '5,6'n3L flu '55 fri . ,ggagtylf 1. ,, . . M Q l?lm,ff,t: fn' 'f rf 1 N, . . . fa, W, .1 ' 'pil ,.:':' 4 at - ,, . , rf I . fl! IJ! P 6' .sift .. ,,. 1.1 L ',ftYg'f2?T' - sf' ' . , , . , 2, A 1 Ulf, ,ff 1 1 25 if 1' 15? 5: " . 751' McNAlFt, Lyle A., B.E.Sc.. Chemical, London. Ont., Occidentalia lEdirori, University Students' Council, U.E.S. Council lSpeakeri, The Engineer, Gazette, intramural Sports, Curling Club. MCNICHOL, Linda M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Hamilton, Ont. MCNIVEN, Nancy J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Grimsby, Ont. MCQUEEN, Roderick M., Honours B.A., English, London, Ont., Gazette, Ethos tAssociate Editorl, Sigma Chi, investment Club. MCSPADDEN, Frances, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Curling Club Folk Music Society. MCVEAN, Sally G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Hamilton, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club, Pi Beta Phi, Pan-Hellenic Council. MACKIN, Francis J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. MACKLIN, Carol A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Cobourg, Ont., Curling Club, Geography Club, Folk Music Society. MACKLIN, Paul H., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Cobourg, Ont., Drama Club, Intramural Sports, Phi Gamma Delta, C.A.B. MAGEE, H. Gwenda, Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Maxwell, Ont., United Church Club. MAHON, John D., Honours B.Sc., Botany, Windsor, Ont., S.M.l.G.B.E.E. MAJER, Jim F., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Stratford, Ont., King's College Council. MAK, Robert K., M.D., Hong Kong. MAKOSKY, Lyle M., Honours B.Sc.. Physics, Windsor, Ont., Intercollegiate Swimming fCo-Captainl, Intramural Sports, Community Action Program. MAKOWETSKY, Dennis, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Chatham, Ont., English Club. MALVERN, Joanne G., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, London, Ont., Blood Drive, Tachycardia, Intramural Sports. MANCHESTER, Donna M.. B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Thomas, Ont. MANDEL, Harvey S. B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Debating Union, Hillel Society, Gazette, Liberal Club, History Club. MANN, Lauraine A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Port Hope, Ont., Fencing Club. MANNING, Cheryl A Honours B.A., Psychology, London, Ont., Newman Club, Social Service Club, international Students' Club, CUSO. MANSELL. Sandra E., Honours B.A., French and Spanish London, Ont., Spanish Club, French Club. Canterbury Club, Western Christian Fellowship. MANTO, Raymond H., Althouse, London, Ont. MARINELLI, Dante F., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Niagara Falls, Ont., Italian Club, Newman Club. MARRIOTT, Sharon C. B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Marys, Ont., Curling Club. MARSH, M. Gay, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Colborne, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Ski Club, Fencing Club. MARSHALL, James D., Althouse, Barrie, Ont. MARSHALL, Judith A., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Barrie, Ont., Home Economics Club. MARSHALL, Patricia, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Simcoe, Ont., Intramural Sports, Curling Club, Huron College Council, Arts and Letters Society. Western again showed itself As a place All feeling had left somehow And the stone walls and sleek corridors Haunted by some dead english professors Grandmother Were all very much in the distance Know thyself But it was hard to find thyself. Study and learn When it was easier to drink Or smoke Or make love make hate just do it. Or Or MARTHA, Christina J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Galt, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Pan-Hellenic Council, Curling Club, Fencing Club, Undergraduate Women's Organization. MARTIN, Carol M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Thomas, Ont., White Cross Club, Player's Guild, Film Society. MARTIN, Gwendolyne, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Brussels, Ont., United Church Clu French Club. MARTIN, Margaret, B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. MARTIN, Robert D., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Willowdale, Ont., Ski Club, Liberal Club, Bridge Club, Westminster Residents' Council, Intramural Sports. MARTIN, Wayne B. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Lucknow, Ont., London Circle "K". MARY, Sister, tKathleen Stinsonl, B.Sc.N., Hamilton, Ont. MASSON, Alexander H., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Brantford, Ont., Inter-Residence Sports. MATER, E. Elaine, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Colborne, Ont Intercollegiate Basketball, intercollegiate Bowling, Intercollegiate Softball, intramural Sports. MATHER, Jacqueline, Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Montreal, Quebec. MATHESON. Laura J., B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont. MATTHEWMAN, Susan K., Althouse, Port Credit, Ont. MAY, Carolyn E., B.A., Secretarial Science, Ottawa, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Pi Beta Phi. MAY, James W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Glencoe,Ont., Westminster Club. MAYBERRY, John T., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Cooksville, Ont., Intramural Sports. MAYNES, S. Stuart. B.E.Sc., Civil, Vancouver, B.C MEADEN, Ruth-Anne, Honours B.Sc., Biology, Leamington, Ont., S.M.l.G.B.E.E., Curling Club. MEADES, J Lawrence, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Undergraduate Lecture Series, C.U.S. Committee, Phi Delta Theta, Intercollegiate Swimming, Intramural Sports. MEARES, Leslie W., B.E.Sc., Chemical, London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, C.I.C., Judo Club. MEARES, Rodney F., B.E.Sc., Mechanical, London, Ont.. Engineering Journal, International Students' Club, Judo Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, The Engineer. MEDWIDSKY, Wolodymyr, M.D., Toronto, Ont., Ukrainian Club, Intercollegiate Soccer, Intramural Sports. MEIER, Klaus, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Windsor, Ont., Intramural Sports, Westminster Spokesman, Intercollegiate Swimming fCaptainj. I was certainly not as before Which is understandable on the surface For butterflies grow old and ugly and dead Soon And Western builds and additions Like a monster virus Infectious Westernitis. MELASCHENKO, Alex, Honours B.A., French and Russian, Toronto, Ont., French Club, Russian Club, Intramural Sports. MELDRUM, Carol M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Willowdale, Ont., Ski Club, Psychology Club, Social Service Club. MELNICK, Thomas J., LL.B., Red Lake, Ont., Moot Court iChairman1, investment Club, Curling Club, Progressive Conservative Club. MELUS, Mary H., Althouse, Glencoe, Ont. MEREDITH, Margaret E., B.Sc.N., Orillia, Ont., Undergraduate Lecture Series, Scottish Dancing, International Students' Club, Liberal Club, Western Christian Fellowship. MERIFIELD, Arthur G., Honours B.A., Mathematics, Willowdale, Ont. METRON, Joseph G., Althouse, London, Ont., Althouse College Council. MEUSER, Ann E., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Ottawa, Ont. MEYER, Marion J., Honours B.A., Englishand French, London, Ont., Newman Club. MEYER, Paul J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Thomas, Ont., Liberal Club, Newman Club. MICKLE, Robert E., Honours B.Sc., Physics, Hensall, Ont., Canadian Association of Physicists, U.W.O. Choir, Liberal Club. MIELKO, Paul F., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Hamilton, Ont., King's College Council. MIFFLIN, Kathryn V., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Tilbury, Ont., Westminster Residents' Council, Women's Athletic Association. MILES, Richard W., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Niagara Falls, Ont., Marketing Club, Intramural Sports. Ql me ww vs N NW x Q N 'L S 1 .ws tm. . of 5 X 5 XI g 2 IS me I s N-X Yu Q 49 , t Q., N-pw V ,W . MILESKI, Raymond M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Grimsby, Ont., Occidentalia, Gazette, Purple Patches. MILLAR, M. Anne, Althouse, Toronto, Ont., Althouse College Council. MILLARD, Sharlet D., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Kingsmill, Ont. MILLER, Albert J., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Player's Guild, Brescia-King's Drama Guild, Philosophy Club, Purple Patches, International Students' Club. MILLER, Donald F., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Iona Station, Ont., Math Club. MILLER, John A., Honours B.A., Geography, Toronto, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Geography Club. MILLER, M. Joanne, Diploma, Nursing, Education, Trenton, Ont., Blood Drive. MILLER, R. Brian, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Kitchener, Ont., Ski Club. MILLER, Susan E., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Windsor, Ont., Blood Drive, United Appeal Campaign. MILLET, Terrance L., B.A., General Arts, H.C., North Bay, Ont., Kappa Alpha Society, Huron Residents' Council. Rod and Gun Club, Intramural Sports. MILLS, Janet E., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Muirkirk, Ont., Tachycardia, United Nations Club. MILLS, Russell A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Thomas, Ont. MILLS, Ruth R., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Niagara Falls, Ont., Player's Guild, Bridge Club, English Club, Sailing Club. MILLS, Sharon E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., U.W.O. Choir. Yiwu f .A 1, te .. it E ,gt X 1 vs ,t x 66, J? 1939" ...- ,. Q.. . ...ft W" '-fu' . g., Q, gt A bl ,x e ,aft wr' V, X 41 S-- , ,, . I' ,. 1' Nr I ..,,, . Q Nbr-ff "Kyn- '1 ,cf ': 5 :!'02:f4K L .tf2:,,5' 1 f if .,.,' - ' , I1 'P J ft uf I- ye if, ,af sn... rite' 14... MILNE, John A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Hamilton, Ont. MILSOM, Thomas H., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sarnia, Ont., Intramural Sports, Folk Music Society. MINERS, Kenneth C., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont. MINOGUE, Peter K., B.A., General Arts, U.C., North Bay, Ont., Intramural Sports, Curling Club. MINOV, Nicholas J. Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, Niagara Falls, Ont., Concert Band, C.l.C., U.W.O. Orchestra, Russian Club lPre-sidentj. MITCHELL, Anthony L., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Woodstock, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, U.N.T.D., Intramural Sports, Intercollegiate Swimming, investment Club. MITCHELL, C. George, Althouse, Woodstock, Ont., Althouse College Council. MITCHELL, Diane M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Social Service Club, Psychology Club, Gamma Phi Beta. MITCHELL, Douglas H., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Windsor, Ont., Mustang Football, intercollegiate Wrestling, Intramural Sports. MITCHELL, Hartley B., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Brantford, Ont., Ski Club, Curling Club, Purple Patches, Polycon Club. MITCHELL, Peter D., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Willowdale, Ont., Ski Club lPresidentl, Sigma Chi, Intramural Sports, Cheerleader, Inter-Fraternity Council. MITCHELL, Robert C., Althouse, Branchton, Ont. MITCHELL, Sandra D., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Guelph, Ont., United Church Club. MITGES, George T., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Owen Sound, Ont., Huron College Council lHead Studentl, University Students Council, Progressive Conservative Club, Curling Club. ttf v- xg? v-"W :Sex 1 41 ,ps vp 5 .4-lv' ,J A MOFFAT, F. Elaine, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Wingham, Ont., Curling Club, U.W.O. Choir, Social Service Club, United Church Club. MOFFAT, Peter B., LL.B., London, Ont., Moot Court, Ski Club, Undergraduate Lecture Series. MOGK, Elizabeth A., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Guelph, Ont. MONKMAN, Marion E., B.Sc.N., Aurora, Ont. MONTANO. Marjorie J., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, San Fernando, Trinidad, inter-Residence Council. Mooov, Larry. B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Purple Poll, Purple Spur. MOON, John R., B.A., General Arts, U.C.. Calgary, Alberta, Zeta Psi, Ski Club. MOONEY, Brian G., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Scarborough, Ont., Colt Football, Intramural Sports, Curling Club. MOORE, David S., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Wallaceburg, Ont., Mustang Hockey. MOORE, Edward G., Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Curling Club, Marketing Club, International Business Club. MOORE, Gary R., Honours B.A., Physical Education, St. Catharines, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Intramural Sports, Ski Club. MOORE, James H., Althouse, London, Ont., Althouse College Council. Althouse Newspaper. MOORE, Janet M., B.A., Home Economics, London, Ont., Home Economics Club. MOORE, John W., B.E.Sc., Chemical, London, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, University Students' Council, U.E.S. Council, Purple Spur Society, Intramural Sports, C.U.S. Committee. Something had to give And it wasn't the professors And their three-digited courses And it wasn't the bridge club Or stevenson hall MOORE, Muriel C., Honours B.A., Journalism, Lucknow, Ont., Gazette. MOORE, Ronald E., Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Marketing Club, International Business Club, Business Council lPresidentI, Intramural Sports. MORASH, Lynne S., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Toronto, Ont., Curling Club, Blood Drive, Progressive Conservative Club. MORGAN, Barbara F., Honours B.A., French and German, Watford, Ont., French Club, German Club, Scottish Dancing, Newman Club. MORGAN, J. Rhys, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Peterborough, Ont., Sydenham Hall Residents' Council, Curling Club, Sigma Chi. MORIN, Bernard E., B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Purple Poll, Mustang Band. MORIN, Lawrence R., Paris Ont Moot Court, Student Legal id Committee lChairman1. LL.B., A MORKIN, T. William, B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., Lingard Society, Newman Club, Regalia IEdltor1, Italian Club. MORLEY, M. Yvonne, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Occidentalia, Gilbert and Sullivan, Community Action Program, Psychology Club. MORRIS, David B., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Oshawa, Ont., Curling Club, U.W.O. Choir, Occidentalia, Social Service Cltfb, Marketing Club. MORRIS, Lorraine E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Ottawa, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, Occidentalia, Social Service Club, Film Society. MORRIS, Michael R B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Ski Club, Judo Club. if M fl! .. A . P. , M J M." gg , ,. 4 ,, .1 "gay: -I "I" 'ral W ' Q ,f f fifjgyr 415,57 M . 'W s- l .rf fg 4 Q I ft I YI :er ut' "" Q, "' ire? If f 'W .V ya . . " 4 ' B fr ag,gm ,, ' X f rf 4323 Y rfff I 5, .ivlx ,Z ,b, gf. , 'Lg W ri' '7i'fF r51i?a1-F? Pi'-'ff "" 'ff 77 rf f I rw 3 61-f-f 1-1 .M-sr Z f'Zgnf ' 'I t'u ' I .aye .f I Y ' ' ff Z' f ,X i 5 ' fag! ' ?Qp2 fy! by ff X, , ,f Z ,gb ,A 7, V f W 3 r ff X ,g. wr r- :iff Aff F731 1 s- f I " f 'fri -' 6311 YQVW ' W e 3155? s ' '?t7.r r ' '4 Z , A lv lx MORRIS, Rose Marie, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Welland, Ont. MORRIS, Thomas D., l..L.B., Tillsonburg, Ont. MORRISON, David R., Honours B.A., Economics, Etobicoke, Ont., -Economics Club, Purple Patches, R.O.T.P., Medway Hall Residents' Council, Curling Club. MORROW, Carol A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Port Perry, Ont. MORROW, Edward G Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Zeta Psi, Mustang Band, Marketing Club, Investment Club. MORROW, Sandra C., Honours B.A., Music, London, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Collegium Musicum, Gilbert and Sullivan, Choral Ensemble, Opus. MORTON, B. Diane, B.A., Secretarial Science, Windsor, Ont., Purple Patches. MOSKALUK, Peter M., Honours B.A., History, Ottawa, Ont., Curling Club, History Club. MOTTART, Carollee J., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Orangeville, Ont., Blood Drive. MOULTON, Wayne K B.A., General Arts, M.C., Ingersoll, Ont. So it was I with lowered marks And flunked courses Wondering what this Western was And why it was killing me. Summer Thank god for summer A time To let the sickness sift out A time In summer sanatorium And if not that The last year The fourth year Must change me Make idiots or gentlemen out of us all. ,,f1' in J' MUGFORD, Suzanne M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Community Action Program, Folio, CUSO. MUIR, William G., M.D., Sarnia, Ont., Intramural Sports, Med's Choir, Tachycardia, Alpha Kappa Kappa. MULLER, Roland, Althouse, Preston, Ont. MUNRO, Susan L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Purple Patches, United Church Club, Undergraduate Women's Organization. MURISON, Rosslyn A B.Sc.N., Pickering, Ont., Intramural Sports. MURNAGHAN, Rosa B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Curling Club, Newman Club, Judo Club, Union Planning Commission, Progressive Conservative Club MURPHY, Maureen M., B.Sc.N., Midland, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club, White Cross Club. MURPHY, Pauline M., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Espanola, Ont., Folk Music Society. MURRAY, Jon G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Fergus, Ont., Gazette. MURRAY, Ronald E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Curling Club, sigma cm. MuscAT, David L., B.A., General Arts, K.C., St. Thomas, Ont., Liberal Club, White Cross Club, Flegalia, St. Thomas Circle Community Action Program. MUSTARD, Shirley H., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Intercollegiate Swimming, Intramural Sports, Ski Club, Sailing Club, Purple Patches, Women's Athletic Association. MUTTON, Bonnie C B.A., General Arts, U.C., Bowmanville, Ont., Purple Patches, Intramural Sports. MYHAL, Deane K., B.Sc.N., Islington, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Newman Club, Tachycardia. L... NAISH, David J., B.E.Sc., Mechanical, London, Ont., E.l.C. NANCEKIVELL, Stephen, B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. NASH, Wesley A., M.D., Hamilton, Ont., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Badminton Club, Ski Club. NASSWETTER, Michael, B.E.Sc., Electrical, Aylmer, Ont., Judo Club, E.l.C., Lutheran Student Movement. NEIL, B. Dianne, Diploma, Nursing, Education, Kincardine, Ont., Tachycardia. NELDER, Clifford B., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Manitoulin Island, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, R.O.T.P., Judo Club. NELLES, C. Ruth, Honours B.Sc., Zoology, London, Ont., Canterbury Club, Sailing Club. 133 NELLIGAN, Joseph P., B.A., General Arts, St. Pe-ter's, London, Ont. NESBITT, Lynda E., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Clarkson, Ont., Curling Club, U.W.O. Choir, Purple Patches, Tachycardia, Western Christian Fellowship. NETZER, Horst, Althouse, Windsor, Ont. NEWBEFRRY, Lillian M., Honours B.A., Journalism, St. Thomas, Ont., Gazette, Huron Times, Sailing Club, Chance! Guild, Community Action Program. NEWBY, Helen L., Althouse, Rexdale, Ont. NEWCOMB, Elizabeth R., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Scarborough, Ont., Nursing Council, Liberal Club, Blood Drive, United Appeal Campaign, Western Christian Fellowship. NEWELL, Nora, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Markham, Ont., Social Service Club t 'W 9-qu' I X F . sr" -1 s mfWt,tt ' A NEWKIRK, Rosemary L., Honours B.Sc., Computer Science, London, Ont., Purple Patches, Ski Club, Curling Club, Math Club. NEWTON, Janet L., B.A., General Arts, Brescia London, Ont., Purple Patches, Brescia College Council, Newman Club, White Cross Club, Ski Club. NEWTON, Robert J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Galt, Ont., Ski Club, Progressive Conservative Club, Curling Club. NGOWI, Gervas R., Althouse, Dar-Es-Salaam. NICHOLS, Joanne E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Scarborough, Ont., French Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, U.W.O. Choir. NICHOLSON, Kenneth M., Althouse, London, Ont.. History Club, Althouse College Council lPresident1 NICHOLSON, Patricia G., Diploma, Nursing, Sarnia, Ont., Social Service Club, Intramural Sports. NICHOLSON, Patrick M., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont. NlCOLETTl, Joseph L., LL.B., Niagara Falls, Ont. NIELSON, Eleanor, B.Sc.N., London, Ont. NIGHTINGALE, Donald V., Honours B.A., Psychology, St. Catharines, Ont., Psychology, Sailing Club, Investment Club. NISBETT, Terry M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sault Ste. Marie. Ont. NOBES, Michael A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Scarborough, Ont., Purple Patches, Judo Club. NOBLE, Carol L., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, St. Thomas, Ont., Blood Drive, United Appeal Campaign. ,yn- an 'Ui 'fa fix 71" . 'tr' . 4'-0, X Ab ' r Y NoHAvicKA, Lou, Althouse, Owen Sound, Ont. NORTON, David, B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Servers' Guild, Social Service Club Chapel Committee. NOVAK, Sandra A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Purple Poll, Psychology Club, Hillel Society, White Cross Club. NOVAK, Zorka, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Dorchester, Ont., Math Club, Flying Club. NOWAK, Burkhard M., B.A.. General Arts, C.S., Hornby, Ont. NYANGASSA, Jumanne, Althouse, London, Ont. NYE, Linda C., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Scarborough, Ont., Intramural Sports, Ski Club, Judo Club. OATLEY, Roger G., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Oakville, Ont., University Students' Council, Phi Delta Theta, Progressive Conservative Club, Athletic Directorate, Purple Patches. OBRIGHT, Lynda, Diploma, Nursing, Education, Hanover, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports. O'CONNELL, Joyce H., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Lindsay, Ont., Newman Club, Intramural Sports, Community Action Program, Italian Club. O'DELL, Judith L., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Russian Club, Liberal Club. OGILVIE, Colleen C., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Toronto, Ont., Newman Club, Intercollegiate Track and Field, Intramural Sports. OGl'LVlE, Donna L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Grimsby, Ont., Rowing Club, Rod and Gun Club, Intercollegiate Hockey, Curling Club. OGLETREE, Joyce M., Honours B.A., French and German, Chatham, Ont., French Club, German Club. Resolve Call the b.a. degree a piece of paper Swearing new-found profanities At mother and prof Doing the minimum Which is the maximum To get through To ace To graduate With -apathy gone it's a lot easier baby And if not gone it must be going. My love affair With you ended As did the one I had with Western. O'HALLORAN, Richard L., M.D., Kirkland Lake, Ont., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Tachycardia. O'LEARY, James A., B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont. O'LEARY, Maureen A., B.Sc.N., Peterborough, Ont., C.l.A.S.P., Newman Club, Tachycardia, Philosophy Club. O'MALLEY, Michael J., B.E.Sc., Civil, Teeswater, Ont., E.I.C. OMNET, Peter D., Honours B.A., English, Toronto, Ont. O'NElL, Geraldine H., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Essex, Ont., Community Action Program, Sailing Club. ONN, David R., Honours B.A., History, llderton, Ont. OPPERTSHAUSER, Ruth, Diploma, Nursing, Education, St. Catharines, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Western Christian Fellowship. O'ROUFiKE, Julia C., B.A., Secretarial Science, Brantford, Ont., Italian Club. ORTON, John H., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Oshawa, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship. f. . ' QWAI' 5.11: 1. F ??5i'ifr ', 31 " ' 4 - V , 1. iz Y -1 f ,xi g.,jQ:'.. 22,2-if f " ' ' - a 'I ,: .. Ygylg X I 'L fff'SW 1 l . nat -1? '52, . i .- .- Y f .. , "1 .it , '.::r'fju, -.,t,-apr, -y u st Lx- L -. 7-. ....- 4 ff.-.far-.e. A f au-1f5,.n ,fit ., Nfl.: N!, ..q . ,, 'Qt . ' ff I 2 , a V t"?'r'sfc:fff.' Y ff ' ft- -. M. H ..-,M ..,.r,....-1 ,frfre .f . f s ,f f I rf, f , . ,JA :W . ff wat . ,fl f., I "Y, JZ-fi' dv 'iff i 1,1 5 ,fra 'tiff :?,7,v,,u J A' A 1 ft . ,F- 5, f i 52' -1. fm ,. .. ,,,...., ..,, .F .,, qffggtm, ' -1.-r ,s ff., - 3 'f-.- -nrs,q,. You're out there now Married or single ln sickness or in health Till death do you part. OSBORN, Linda R., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Timmins, Ont., lntercollegiate Basketball, Women's Athletic Association, Intramural Sports. OSTROWSKI, Rosemary, Diploma, Nursing, Education, Temogami, Ont., Nursing Council, Intramural Sports, Newman Club. OSWALD, David J. Honours B.A., Physical Education Kitchener, Ont., Mustang Football. OWEN, Thomas H.. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Brampton, Ont., Middlesex College Council, Debating Union, Pla er's Guild Y f University Students' Council. PADDAGS. Christel E., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., Sailing Club, Folk Music Society, Ski Club. PAIN, Peter A., Honours B.A., Physical Education Hamilton. Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Intramural Sports, Investment Club. 1 1 PANZER, Donald W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sarnia, Ont. PARK, David G., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sarnia, Ont.. Folk Music Society, Intramural Sports. PARK, Denise A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Social Service Club, Curling Club, Purple Patches, Ski Club, intercollegiate Basketball, Intercollegiate Badminton. PARKER, James A., Honours B.Sc., Astronomy, London, Ont., Math Club, Intercollegiate Track. PARKER, Lynda M., Honours B.Sc., Geology, London, Ont., Outcrop Club. PARKER, Roderick A., LL.B., Peterborough, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, Intramural Sports, Huron College Council, Huron Residents' Council. 4 'fl . 'X iilll-.gi 136 X N X sl Z , . PARKER, Velma D., Althouse, Dryden, Ont., Geography Club, Western Christian Fellowship. PARKES, Donalda J., B.Sc.N., Hamilton, Ont., Nursing Council, Tachycardia. PARKINSON. Donald G.. B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Thomas, Ont., St. Thomas Circle "K", PARKINSON. Elizabeth, B.Sc.N., Mitchell, Ont. PARKS, W. Bruce, B.A.. General Arts, C.S.. Ottawa, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Curling Club, United Church Club Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee. PARLIAMENT. Verla J., B.Sc.N., Cannington, Ont., Curling Club. PARNALL. Ronald J B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., intramural Sports, Ski Club. PARRETT, John L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Islington, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports, Zeta Psi. PARTLAND, Stephanie, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Newman Club, Social Service Club PASSFIELD. John C.. B.A., General Arts, U.C., St. Thomas, Ont., English Club. PATERSON, Donald G., Honours B.A., Economics, Burketon Station, Ont Economics Club, Scottish Dancing, Rowing Club. PATERSON, James, Althouse, Rockwood, Ont. PATERSON, Nancy E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Fonthill, Ont., P.H.R.E. Club, Intramural Sports, Geography Club. PATRICK, John E., M.D., Branchton, Ont., University Students Council lPresidentl, Hippocratic Council, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Student Housing Committee, Sydenham Hall Residents' Council. . 'tags XNMW t ff' Q-X D ,.- -, 1. - , .sy 4 . x X X S NSS 137 PATTERSON, A. Bonwyn, Honours B.A., Political Science, Toronto, Ont., Intramural Sports, History Club, Auto Sport Club. PAXTON, Donald W., B.A., General Arts, U.C., North Bay, Ont., Curling Club, Liberal Club, Flying Club. PAYNE, William L., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Dresden, Ont., Colt Football, Sailing Club, Inter-Residence Sports. PAYTON, Sharon R. B.A., Home Economics, Oshawa, Ont., Intramural Sports, Purple Patches, Home Economics Club. PEAKER, Susan D., B.A., Secretarial Science, Sarnia, Ont., Westminster Spokesman, History Club. PEARLMAN, Ellen S., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Hillel Society, Synchronized Swimming, PIayer's Guild, Gymnastics Club, Intramural Sports. PEARSE, Suzanne G., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Etobicoke, Ont., Ski Club. PEART, Jacqueline M., B.A., General Arts, H.C., St. Thomas, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Intramural Sports. PEASE, Carl F., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Merlin, Ont., Math Club, Westminster Spokesman. PEET, Drummond S., LL.B., Matagami, Ont., Law Review, Moot Court. PELLETIER, Marilyn E., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Winnipeg, Man., Blood Drive. PEMBER, Joyce C., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Scarborough, Ont., Ski Club, Intramural Sports, Curling Club, N.D.P. Club, Tachycardia. PENDLEBURY, David L., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Windsor, Ont., Mustang Hockey lManagerl, P.H.R.E. Club. PERKINS, Betty M., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Southampton, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports, Nursing Council. S5 I uv- ' f 715' X 3'tw,s5 v r,s,A. i 3.55-.tt 5, ,..- ., www? , BMV! , ft .ox 1 . , , wr ! X 1 3, - -fr: r . At 'bf -QS' F Q9 , ,--- fx u 'L :- f. ,Q .5 .-3,3 .- fits 1 iii' P 21.4-"f'f' .Ji','l"4,t' f ' y 4' if "F,.l...'4,f If 7?q,,ri,V 1 ii1'Qf', .4-' f .. ,Q A ,Ig . f'-5-. are , -.iff--- - :ti v Y aj gf tain-.gif , ,fa . ' ' I.: 3 A., ff .ati , gi.: 13: 55 1 I ,mar .Pla gf? s it ' . jf ot :, I 5, an G I H . . l JA N.. ,f 4 . TV gf I, he 4- '..2f'g' if" ' ,. it ,IFF ' g - 'f'ta"'z'. I K ,k:1.tg" H PERKS, John R., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Meaford, Ont., Math Club, Rod and Gun Club. PERRY, Edwin M., Honours B.A., English and History, Mossley, Ont., English Club, History Club. PETTET, Richard N Althouse, London, Ont. PETTIT, David B., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., Curling Club, Computer Science Club, Fencing Club. PHANENHOUR, L. Jane, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Renfrew, Ont., Math Club, Computer Science Club. PHILLIPS, Gary J., Honours B.A., Scarborough, Ont. PICKERSGILL, Joan S., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Walsingham, Ont., Intercollegiate Volleyball, Intercollegiate Field Hockey, Western Christian Fellowship, Women's Athletic Association. PIGEON, Maurice A., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Welland, Ont., R.O.T.P., Marketing Club, Intramural Sports, International Business Club. PILON, Robert E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Erieau, Ont., Folk Music Society, Social Service Club, Inter-Residence Sports, Intramural Sports. PIPER, Virginia H.. Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Oshawa, Ont., Ski Club, Curling Club, Blood Drive. PlT'l', Catherine M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, Gazette, Ski Club, Judo Club. PLAYFAIR, Janet J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Kenora, Ont., Sailing Club, United Nations Club. PLEWES, G. Lynn, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sarnia, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Purple Patches, Synchronized Swimming, Intramural Sports. PLOTNICK, Eric, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Psychology Club, Hillel Societv, Philosophy Club. in S a ...sat C4 s. .' " " ,-,-firm: sf? .sits .. I , V. - ,g-xge,-X . A Agro-- -. f A A '. 4 . .-, 55:::sgg5w,.:i-ig g ,. . - ...,.,, 1 - Ny , ., 'i - ' 'r W if ' x we . i' 'L -X'-' wx ' . T. A .. was -. Q . - YQ Vg, KQV ' Eggs" W , , , . is N' Wm. L -4 'xy . - x K t Nl' 1""'? fi! -...., Nts- 138 F. - 5, 1. ' awk. was ' U PODNIEKS, Edith G. Honours B.A., Physical Education, Toronto, Ont. POLL, Gerald, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Willowdale, Ont., Beta Sigma Rho. PONIKVAR, John M. B.A., General Arts, K.C., Timmins, Ont. PONIKVAR, Mary J., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Timmins, Ont., Newman Club, Intramural Sports. PORTER, David E., B.A., General Arts, U.C.. London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Psychology Club, R.O.T.P., Economics Club. PORTER, Patricia A. Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Walkerton, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Purple Patches. POTTER, Thomas W B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Intramural Sports, Auto Sport Club. POTTS, Marilyn L., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Social Service Club. POTVIN, Rose E., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Kirkland Lake, Ont., Ski Club, Chess Club, Heritage. POUNTNEY, Anne E., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Sarnia, Ont., Curling Club, Intramural Sports. PRATLEY, David R., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., Marketing Club, Curling Club, International Business Club, Business Ball lConvenori. PRATT, Douglas W., Honours B.A., Political Science, Listowel, Ont., Progressive Conservative Club, Ski Club, Inter-Residence Sports. PRESTON, Penny L., B.Sc.N., St. Thomas, Ont., Nursing Council, C.U.S. Committee, Tachycardia, Intramural Sports. PREVEY, Barbara B., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Toronto, Ont., Ski Club, Social Service Club. ' V' S ,. ,gggv , ,. SX jx .. Miss S w e . V, .. fgzf, '- ,ff- L " "'ii .--..f fl Q r f W M ., ,.... , ff!- -" ' A 7 Z , f V :Pigs at as , f Ma", 5 qfwa .:E.r . - A if X I , Y ,f 1 iff? yy, 9 f if I ZZ V wr fg Z? 3' 'vt' f Z f gf fc 02.3 eye 9 f J f A .::r,:e: 5.i? f, f f ywfg. 41" Wm' .,, i ,A g y, A ky 139 PRICE, John T., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Calgary, Alberta, Debating Union, Philosophy Club, Psychology Club, Italian Club, King's College Council lPresidentl. PRICE, Nancy E., Honours B.A., French and Spanish, London, Ont., Debating Union, Ski Club, Pi Beta Phi, Pan-Hellenic Council, Purple Spur Society. PRIGODA, Dennis R., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Hamilton, Ont., Zeta Psi, Judo Club. PRIOR, Judith A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Credit, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Ski Club, Social Service Club, inter-Residence Council. PROSSER, Dolores C., B.Sc.N., Morrisburg, Ont. And Western PRYOR, James F., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., R.O.T.P., Auto Sport Club. PSUTKA, John F., M.D., Stratford, Ont., Tachycardia, Intramural Sports, Mustang Football, Italian Club. PUMP, Hans, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Thornhill, Ont., Marketing Club, international Business Club, Rod and Gun Club. PUODZIUKAS, Edward L., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont. PURSER, Alan R., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Port Credit, Ont., Marketing Club, International Business Club, intramural Sports. The omnipotent stone The brick with a price on its face Will endure Will expand But not with me Not any more. Western and you Hold many memories for me Good And sweet Endearing and longlasting And it is these memories This image of the past N Z S f J S : f tfyi V yy -X wyf, A ,A 1 , X 9 1 7 f 1 , X , J fii, 1 K . 0 This comedy of errors Of mirrors That I take with me now And go Graduate Abdicate And now The present current now After reflection Draughts and draughts of thoughts I can perhaps build Western and you ln my mind I will not Can not Forget Either of you QUAYLE, Richard W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. QUEEN, Mary Lee A., Althouse, London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan. QUINLAN, Raymond P., Honours B.A., History, St. Catharines, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Purple Spur, Sydenham Scroll, History Club. QUINN, Joseph W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Catharines, Ont., intramural Sports, Judo Club, Intercollegiate Golf. QUIST, Jennifer l., B.A., Secretarial Science, Sarnia, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Westminster Spokesman. QUIST, Judith E., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Burlington, Ont., Psychology Club. RABE, Harvey C., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Drumbo, Ont., Math Club, P.H.R.E. Club, Intramural Sports, History Club. RAMPRASHAD, Frederick, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Guyana, South Africa, Intercollegiate Soccer, Cricket Club I Captain 1. RANEY, Marlene G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Social Service Club. RANSON, Donald G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Sarnia, Ont., Sigma Chi. RATHBUN, Mary Joan Althouse, Hillsburgh, Ont. RATUSZNY, Michael G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont. RAWLINGS, Anita J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Forest, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship, Community Action Program. RAWLINGS, Mary C., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Forest, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan Western Christian Fellowship, U.W.O. Choir, Intercollegiate Basketball, Women's Athletic Association. RAYMER, Leone E., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Waterloo, Ont., Intramural Badminton, Western Christian Fellowship. READ, Diane L., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, West Hill, Ont., Synchronized Swimming, Tachycardia, Western Christian Fellowship. REASON, David W., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Math Club, Liberal Club, Auto Sport Club. REDMAN, Edward J., Althouse, Dorchester, Ont., Radio Amateur Club. REED, Clark R., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Ski Club. REED, E. Ann, B.A., Secretarial Science, Islington, Ont., Ski Club, Psychology Club, Curling Club, Social Service Club. REED, Robert, B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont. REICHE, Edwin G., Honours B.A., History, London, Ont., German Club, History Club, Lutheran Student Movement, French Club. REID, W. Peter, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Woodstock, Ont., Geography Club, Purple Patches, Gilbert and Sullivan. REIMER, Aline, B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Catharines, Ont. W N REINHARD, Theodor H., Althouse, London, Ont. REINHARDT, Helmut A., Althouse, Kitchener, Ont. RENTON, Robert J., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., Sailing Club, Intramural Sports, Progressive Conservative Club. REYNOLDS, David M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Barrie, Ont., Curling Club, Liberal Club, Purple Poll. REYNOLDS. John N., Honours B.Sc., Physics, London, Ont., Sigma Chi, Concert Band, Judo Club, Canadian Association of Physicists. RICHARDS, Ann, Honours B.Sc., Physics, Owen Sound. Ont., Canadian Association of Physicists. RICHARDSON, Thomas A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Catharines, Ont., Student Christian Movement, Debating Union. RICKWOOD, Mary Louise, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Niagara Falls, Ont. RIDDLE, Robert, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont.. RIDER, Linda J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Windsor, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club. RIPLEY, Karen A., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Dresden, Ont., Curling Club, Bridge Club, Blood Drive, Tachycardia, Intramural Sports, United Appeal Campaign. RITCHIE, L. Bruce, B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Phi Gamma Delta, Rod and Gun Club, Ski Club, Film Society, Folk Music Society. RITCHIE, Marianne I., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Owen Sound, Ont., Social Service Club, International Students' Club, Judo Club. ROBERTS, Carl A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Kingston, West Indies, International Students' Club, Cricket Team. 4' 'w me A X S 9 QNX Z Qi if ' X X A Z X 5 x , X ,A X sf? X 'Wk X tewsy 5. 'f'..i'2.Qilf'ff ff ' 'ff 2 W 'W' .. ,4:',,, fvw W , v---1- J ROBERTS Joan L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Oakville. Ont., Purple Patches, Bridge Club, English Club. ROBERTS, Judith A., Althouse, London, Ont., Curling Club. ROBERTSON, Anne C., Althouse, London, Ont., lntramural Sports, Investment Club. ROBERTSON, Gail I., B.A., General Arts, H.C. Whitby, Ont. ROBERTSON, Harold A., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Schomberg, Ont., Intercollegiate Rugger, English Club. ROBERTSON, Mary l., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Blenheim, Ont., Westminster Spokesman, Curling Club, Social Service Club, Intramural Sports, Westminster Residents' Council. ROBINSON, Nancy A., Honours B.A., Psychology, Toronto, Ont., Pit Beta Phi, Curling Club, Ski Club, Psychology Club, Spencer Hall Residents' Council. ROBINSON, Sandra A., B.A., General Arts, H.C. Niagara Falls, Ont. ROBINSON, William J., B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Geography Club. ROBSON, Ellen G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Wallacetown, Ont., United Church Club. RODGER, Ronald J., B.E.Sc., Civil, Montreal, Quebec. ROGERS, M. Bryson, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., Mustang Band, Phi Delta Theta. ROGERS, Meredith A., B.A., General Arts, Brescia, London, Ont. ROLLINS, W. Dwight, B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Curling Club, Polycon Club. S Hg 5,-f' fr: xiii 5 4 'TJ ROMEO, Ronald A., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Hamilton, Ont., ltalian Club, Intramural Sports, Newman Club. ROOT, Miriam E., Althouse, Stratford, Ont., Althouse Drama Club ROSE, Judith A., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Oshawa, Ont., Intramural Sports. ROSE, Richard F., Honours B.A., History, London, Ont., History Club, Phi Delta Theta. ROSENBLOOM, Marlene, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Sarnia, Ont., Huron Cheerleader, Rod and Gun Club, Intramural Sports. ROSLOSKI, Joseph M., M.D., St. Catharines, Ont., Alpha Kappa Kappa. ROSS, Elizabeth A., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Palmerston, Ont., Social Service Club, Intramural Sports, Intercollegiate Softball, ROSS, E. Suzanne, B.Sc.N., Agincourt, Ont., Tachycardia, Judo Club, Philosophy Club, Nursing Council, Club Commission. ROSS, Gordon D., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Willowdale, Ont., Ski Club, Bridge Club, Intramural Sports. ROSS, Hyman W., M.D., Cote St. Luc, Quebec, Intramural Sports, Tachycardia, Meds Journal. ROSS, Margaret A., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Wheatley, Ont., Bridge Club, Scottish Dancing. ROSWELL, R. Wayne, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Otterville, Ont., Marketing Club. ROTH, Elizabeth M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., History Club. ROTHWELL, Gregory J., Honours B.Sc., Computer Science, London, Ont., Purple Patches, Mustang Band. , ,Mage Cheering with you at a football game Was Western And so was an afternoon we spent Watching archery practice Behind the business school Together in the leaves With books and notes and jackets rf ffm M f al? .f f hr rf X, , fx X z Beside us Forgotten. ROWLAND, RUSHBROOK, . D. Elizabeth, Carolyn O., B.A., Diploma, Nursing, General Arts. U-C-. Administration, Chatham, Ont., Purple Patches, Player's Guild, Westminster Spokesman. ROY, Dennis R., LL.B., London, Ont., Moot Court, Debating Union, French Club, Italian Club. ROY, Lawrence W., B.A., General Arts, C.S., lslington, Ont., Ski Club, Sigma Chi. RUBINOFF, Alana D., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., C.U.S. Committee, Purple Patches, Sailing Club, Middlesex College Council, Student Housing Committee. RUDD, Pamela J., B.A., Secretarial Science, Haileybury, Ont., Curling Club, Purple Patches, History Club, University College Council. RUSH, Stuart A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., University Students' Council lSpeakerl, Debating Union lSpeakerj, Middlesex College Council S eaker, , r p i Progressive Conservative Club lPresidentl. Weston, Ont., Intramural Sports, Blood Drive, Nursing Council. RUTTAN, Norman L., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Burlington, Ont., Community Action Program, Ski Club, Folk Music Society. RYAN, Thomas J., Honours B.A., Business Administration, St. Catharines, Ont. RYCKMAN, Ann M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Thomas, Ont., Gazette, Gamma Phi Beta, Science Women's Society, Intramural Sports. RYERSE, Jan S., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Dover, Ont., Philosophy Club, Curling Club. ST. LAURENCE, Sister, tAnn Denomyj, Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, London, Ont. Q, My ,wif Western is a group A large group ot young people Shouting something Anything At the top of their lungs SAGE, Jennifer M., Honours B.A., French and Spanish, London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Scottish Dancing, International Students' Club. SALES, Richard L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Ingersoll, Ont. SALTER. Judith A., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Guelph, Ont. SANGSTER, John F., M.D., London, Ont., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Tachycardia, Intramural Sports, Meds Journal. SASKOLEY, Joanne M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Dryden, Ont., Curling Club, Social Serivce Club. SAUNDERS, Albert Ft., Honours B.A., History, Point Edward, Ont., History Club, Geography Club, Curling Club. SAUNDERS, Denis B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Intercollegiate Wrestling. SAVILLE, Sandra L., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Guelph, Ont., Blood Drive, Ski Club. SAWCHUK, Sonia J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Delhi, Ont., Curling Club, Newman Club, Purple Patches, French Club, Folk Music Society. SCHMID, Richard J., Honours B.Sc., Zoology, Sarnia, Ont., Lutheran Student Movement, U.W.O. Choir, Intramural Sports. SCHMIDT, Preben U., LL.B., Dryden, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Medway Hall Residents' Council. SCHMIDT, Thomas A Honours B.Sc., Computer Science, Oakville, Ont., Colt Football, Curling Club, Computer Science Club, Newman Club, Intramural Sports. if will P' .,, . L A' Q .4 gvzfggtx, ,G ,, tiff g , g . ,gt . - ,rl A i 4 -In 'F' St X lu. . SCHNALL, George, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Intercollegiate Wrestling, Intercollegiate Rowing, Mustang Band, Concert Band. SCHOLLAR, Patricia D., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Don Mills, Ont., Community Action Program, Curling Club, Canterbury Club. SCHOOLEY. Arthur A B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Catharines, Ont., Intramural Sports. SCHULDZ, Shirley, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Kitchener, Ont. SCHULTZ, Marion E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Preston, Ont., Intramural Sports, Curling Club, P.H.R.E. Club, Woman's Athletic Association. SCOCCIA, Thomas R., LL.B., Hamilton, Ont., Legal Society Council, Moot Court, University Students' Council. SCOTT, Paul G., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Gananoque. Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Curling Club, Ski Club, U.W.O. Choir. SCOTT, Victoria H., B.A., Secretarial Science, New Hamburg, Ont., Canterbury Club, Progressive Conservative Club, History Club. SCOTT, Sandra L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Harrow, Ont. SCRAGG, Paul O., Althouse, London, Ont. SEALEY, Raymond, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Agincourt, Ont., Folk Music Society, Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee, Medway Monitor lEditor1, Arts Festival, The Hub Committee. SECCOMBE, David W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Intramural Sports, Kappa Alpha Society. SECORD, James B., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Cornwall, Ont. SEDGWICK, Judith H., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., N.D.P. Club, Gazette, Student Christian Movement, Folk Music Society. swf! si 5, , -' '-S-Ji' V v. :,.:..s..t5:::3::7'E F -.-. N. t st , t .t s we tt t Q5 QW Y X N X? Nttfsvxl , t . ,f ,.,Q N X Q tow? sf X I A x X rg vi Q 5 x F? os t , W P M t . ' A. Si I .X . X . ,, ,,,,,,, xk- S t k. x - S 1 5 Y L I' A X X it iw Y . ,Nw 1 145 SELLES, Marian R., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Chatham, Ont., French Club, Intramural Sports, Women's Athletic Association, Western Christian Fellowship. SEMANSKY, Paul E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Bridge Club, Liberal Club, Newman Club, United Nations Club. SEMLITSCH, Steven O., Honours B.A., English and German, Lambeth, Ont., Newman Club, German Club. SERIGHT, Kathryn A B.A., Secretarial Science, Kingston, Ont., Ski Club, College of Science Council. SHADD, David F., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Windsor, Ont., Kappa Alpha Society. SHAKESPEARE, Paul Honours B.A., Eng I ish, London, Ont., Gazette, Occidentalia, Ethos, Folk Music Society. SHARKEY, Deanne L B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Thomas, Ont., United Church Club, Social Service Club, Intramural Sports. SHARPLES, B. Malcolm, B.E.Sc., Civil, Delhi, Ont., Athlone Fellowship. SHAVEH, Jon A., B.E.Sc., Chemical, St. Catharines, Ont., The Engineer, Engineering Journal, U.E.S. Council, Intramural Sports. SHAW, Frank G., Honours B.Sc., Biology, Simcoe, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship, Inter-Residence Sports, Intramural Sports. SHAW, Janet E., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Hawkesbury, Ont., U.W.O. Choir. SHAW, Mary Anne, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Purple Patches, Hillel Society, Newman Club, United Appeal Variety Show. SHEARER, Barbara E., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Grimsby, Ont., Gamma Phi Beta, Curling Club, Med's Cheerleader. SHEARER, T. Frederick, Althouse, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., United Church Club, Psychology Club, Flying Club. S' Siva. Sw Wm,- i WWW ,f its-C' K Xlgsqf. Xfgigfa f . . lax, s- Q Q tif. 2' ft W .54 - s xv is h.....,..4 L.. -e .- ,..4' ...wav in 'K r if A. 44 SHELDRICK, Catherine, Honours B.A., English, London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, English Club, French Club. SHELESTYNSKY, Eugene, B.E.Sc., Civil, Kirkland Lake, Ont., E.l.C. SHELTON, lan M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Marys, Ont., Sailing Club, Judo Club, Rod and Gun Club, Folk Music Society. SHERK, Susan E., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Thorold, Ont., French Club, History Club. SHERWOOD, Carol B.A., General Arts, C.S., Sarnia, Ont., Community Action Program, Purple Patches, Undergraduate Women's Organization. SHICKLUNA, R. Michael, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Port Colborne, Ont., Phi Delta Theta, Psychology Club, Ski Club, Curling Club. SHIER, M. Jane, Honours B.A., English, Toronto, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, C.U.S. Committee, Pan-Hellenic Council, Curling Club, Gazette. SHILL, Ronald H., B.E.Sc., Mechanical, London, Ont., E.l.C. Undergraduate Lecture Series. SHOREY, Carolyn D., Diploma, Nursing, Administration, Frankfurt, Ont., United Church Club, Curling Club, Ski Club. SHORT, Roger A., M.D., Port Credit, Ont. SIDELL, Joanne, B.A., Secretarial Science, Wallaceburg, Ont., United Church Club, Social Service Club, Westminster Residents' Council, Intramural Sports. SILCOX, James A., M.D., Windsor, Ont., Tachycardia, Meds Journal. SILVERSTEIN, Louis M., B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont., Huron College Council, Intramural Sports, Huron Drama Club, Beta Sigma Rho, Huron Times. SILVESTER, Marion F., Diploma, Nursing, Public Health, Toronto, Ont., Ski Club, Film Society, Folk Music Society, Student Jury. f9'I A 1 'Pi ' ,W W-'rv 'ff x . S-.LQ ..-A SIMON, Sharyn L., Honours B.A., French and Latin, Sudbury, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship. SIMONE, Antoinette, B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont., Geography Club, Newman Club, intramural Sports, Folk Music Society. SIMPKINS, Jane A., B.A., General Arts, NLC.. Toronto, Ont. SIMPSON, David G. Honours B.A., Business Administration, Niagara Falls, Ont. SIMPSON, James A B.A., General Arts, H.C., Chatham, Ont., Huron College Council, University Students' Council, Westminster Club, London Circle "K", Huron Times, Inter-Faith Council. SIMPSON, R. Keith, Honours B.A., Physical Education, Toronto, Ont., Colt Football, Ski Club, Phi Delta Theta. SIMPSON, Sheila M B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont.. Philosophy Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Film Society, Intramural Sports. SIMPSON, Susan E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Oakville, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, History Club, Curling Club. SIMS, Carol, Diploma, Nursing, Education, Harriston, Ont., Purple Patches, Tachycardia. SIRKKA, Susan C., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Thompson, Man. SISKIND, Janet B., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Purple Spur Society, Folk Music Society, Philosophy Club, Intramural Sports, Ski Club. SKERRATT, Lance C., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Calgary, Alta., Zeta Psi, Marketing Club, Business Council, Auto Sport Club. SKIMSON, Thomas C., Honours B.A., Geography, Scarborough, Ont., investment Club, Geography Club, Curling Club. SKINNEB, Leslie A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Mitchell, Ont., Westminster Westminster Spokesman, Residents' Council, Social Service Club, Liberal Club. gzinusvttg, se? t ,....-AK V SLATEP, Michael J., Honours B.A., English and History, London, Ont. SLATER, Vale-rie J. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Brantford, Ont., intramural Sports, Purple Patches, Gymnastics Club, P.H.R.E. Club, intercollegiate Swimming. SMITH, Anthony A., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, Dresden, Ont., C.I.C. SMITH, Barbara J., Althouse, Arva, Ont., History Club. SMITH, James G., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Dundas, Ont., King's College Coun C.l.A.S.P., Newman Club, Intramural Sports, Inter-Residence Council. SMITH, Jean B., Honours B.Sc., Botany, Woodstock, Ont., Science Women's Society, S.M.l.G.B.E.E. cil, ' tl'1Z?i !"' ."' A3'3'-.N W '1"..,:?5 5 SMITH, Joan E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., 9 3 4' ,. ,J I f ,, f. g,QQ,wQ'x,f , va 4 ff . fmcwffffin 4 if ,,f.1,5t" i syf K gt 4f, 11. 4 'fi - 4-L Q 21.76 A ' 4 ,1 wr If as 'Elf Y if , 5 V , Markham, Ont. :wi W .. , if 1, 2 If XZ , SMITH, M. Diane, B.A., General Arts, C.S., Woodstock, Ont., Social Service Club Judo Club, Western Christian Fellowship. SMITH, Margo E., Althouse, London, Ont., Geography Club. SMITH, M. Cordelia B.A., General Arts, M.C., Brownsville, Ont., Social Service Club, Community Action Program, Western Christian Fellowship. SMITH, Nancy C., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Waterloo, Ont., Women's Athletic Association, intercollegiate Basketball, Intramural Sports. SMITH, Patricia A., General Arts, Brescia, Brantford, Ont., intramural Sports, Home Economics Club, Brescia College ' Council. Ve It is a rowdy night at the ceeps It is 4:00 a.m. and booking for a geology final It is cafeterias with a steady stream Of construction workers Learned professors And you and I Slpping coffee And talking Aimlessly t . 'V .L f I' 'v rs. iff". w mf ., ' :,' 'I f5l.'f.fy' 1 'YI Wig f v , W, ,:., I iiav f, Z1 . ,L 2 3. 1 12.1-C.. pf? ,. i VV I, 'A I s 'Q F: . 1.1. ' A Qui 1' . , ith SMITH, Susan E., M.D., Waterloo, Ont., Alpha Omega Alpha, Tachycardia. SMITH, Sylvia A., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Owen Sound, Ont., Social Service Club, United Church Club. SMITH, Thomas J., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Hamilton, Ont., Cheerleader, Gymnastic Club, Purple Spur Society. SMITH, Wayne A., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, Woodstock, Ont., C.l.C., College of Science Council. SNIDERMAN, Leslie D., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Willowdale, Ont., Colour Party, Occidentalia, Social Service Club, Fencing Club, Sailing Club. SOLOWAY, A. David B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont.. Curling Club, Investment Club, Beta Sigma Rho, Hillel Society. SOMERVILLE, Murray, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Toronto, Ont., U.W.O. Choir. SOPER, Clair B., Honours B.A., Classics, Willowdale, Ont. SOPER, John D., Althouse, Chesley, Ont., Curling Club, Auto Sport Club. SPARKS, Ronald G., LL.B., Englehart, Ont., Legal Society, Clubs Commission, Moot Court, Delta Upsilon, O.L.S.A. SPARROW, Mary Lou B.A., General Arts, U.C., Peterborough, Ont., Social Service Club, Psychology Club. SPEAK, Rosemary, Honours B.A., English and Philosophy, Woodstock, Ont., Newman Club, Philosophy Club, English Club, French Club. It is 8:00 a.m. on a sooty bus Crushed together With 48 people you do not know Or care to. I am Western and you are Western SPEARMAN, Dianne E., Honours B.A., History, Oil Springs, Ont., History Club. SPEARS, Robert E B.A., General Arts, U.C., Thornhill, Ont., C.O.T.C., Auto Sport Club. SPENCER, Donna Diploma, Nursing. Public Health, Belleville, Ont., Ski Club, United Appeal Campaign. SPENCER, lan S., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Oakville, Ont., Middlesex College Council, Sigma Chi, intramural Sports, Marketing Club, University Students Council. SPICER, Allan M., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Aylmer, Ont., Russian Club, Liberal Club, Intramural Sports. SPICER, Dianna M B.A., General Arts, M.C. London, Ont. SPICKNELL, Sharon L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Intercollegiate Swimming, Fencing Club, Bridge Club, Investment Club. SPROULE, Douglas H., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Thamesville, Ont., Judo Club. SQUIRE, Mary E., Althouse, Lucan, Ont. STACKHOUSE, John T., Althouse, London, Ont. STANBU RY, David A., B.E.Sc., Electrical, Agincourt, Ont., Sigma Chi, Purple Patches, Clubs Commission, Ski Club. STAN LEY, Robert W., LL.B., London, Ont., Law Review, Delta Upsilon, Intramural Sports, Legal Society Council. STANSFIELD, Dennis J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Brampton, Ont., Sigma Chi, Intramural Sports, Colt Football, History Club. STARK, William D., Althouse, Chatham, Ont. ., ,unansw- i"" ' ,...-in N Musk as Eh X ""T'39',' gf- is ,T STARR, Martha C., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Willowdale, Ont. STEACY, Paul R., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Waterford, Ont., Computer Science Club, Bridge Club, Judo Club, Ski Club. STEANE, Douglas A B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Ski Club, Psychology Club. STECH EY, Frank M. B.A., General Arts, K.C., Windsor, Ont., Ukrainian Club, King's Residents' Council. STEPHEN, Alex M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont. STEPHENS, William D., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Scarboro, Ont., Auto Sport Club, Progressive Conservative Club. STEPHENSON, Roy E., Honours B.A., History, Paris, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, Middlesex College Council, Player's Guild, History Club. STEVENS, Gramya M., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Oakville, Ont., Curling Club, Purple Patches, Ski Club, Tachycardia, Blood Drive. STEVENS, Thomas W. B.A., General Arts, U.C., Welland, Ont., Folk Music Society, Gazette, Rod and Gun Club, Auto Sport Club. STEWART, Keith R., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Auto Sport Club, P.H.R.E. Club, Gymnastics Club, Intercollegiate Swimming. STEWART, Larry R., B.Sc.N., Paris, Ont., Nursing Council, Auto Sport Club. STEWART, Rouleen A., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Tillsonburg, Ont. STEWART, Sarah D., M.D., London, Ont., Alpha Omega Alpha, Tachycardia, Meds Journal. STICKLAND, Robert S., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Paris, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship, Summer School Choir. ,wr get - . . if-Wife X, .Y PM . , I .gg "2 2 . ,Q , . . 4-N .A--1 " ,, s f' ia? . 4g5Z.'gf,t x 1, if 1 v 1 ' " . E.. en' . Eggs? 'alfa 1105, Y ' ag? FQ? , . f J 2'?':i'L?'J" ' ' . .. 4 '13 . ,-,l',, ,I 5,7511 -:QQ ., ,",r:1 . -. -' 1554 f - . ',v'4f':"f. ,-- --:f .V W ef-- fi f:1g.,,f 534-25? A nf ? .ffm ,. - M., -5.1 Jie.. H- -. mf. ff,gy,+1 ,,,'. we . ti -1vrG,.ff'al'.. 481 iw ,f -v A -f ,. 4 : Q. re, i ti-F , 4.52 'A -2 .itat arf' ff- ,ff g 15" if at .r , ff ,Pa I arf,-' ff! . M . A.,, . 5 -i- 'ff-f 'Q 4 STIRLING, Anne L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Tillsonburg, Ont., Purple Patches, United Church Club STOODLEY. Heather I., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Woodstock, Ont., Intercollegiate Basketball, lntramural Sports. STRATTO, Mary M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Ski Club, Film Society, White Cross Club, Flying Club. STRUPP, August C. B.A., General Arts, C.S., St. Catharines, Ont., U.N.T.D., Judo Club, Rowing Club, Bridge Club. STUART, Roy, B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont.. Gilbert and Sullivan, Player's Guild, Gazette. STUCKEY, Edward R., Honours B.A., History, Grand Valley, Ont., History Club, Western Christian Fellowship. STYFFE, Edward D., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Arthur, Ont., Sigma Chi. SULEK, Gunter H., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Delhi, Ont., Rod and Gun Club, White Cross Club, German Club, Ski Club, Medway Monitor. SULLIVAN, John J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Judo Club, lntramural Sports, Auto Sport Club. SULYMA, H. Terrence, Honours B.A., Business Administration, University Students Council, Business Council, C.U.S. Committee, W.U.S.C., Phi Delta Theta, Purple Patches, Ukranian Club. SUTTON, John A., Honours B.A., History, St. Catharines, Ont. SUZUKI, George, Althouse, London, Ont. SWANSON, Graham J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Purple Patches. SWANSON, Keith A., LL.B., London, Ont., Moot Court, Legal Society Council. ,QQ -nd its Ns 5 'Cf' SWANTON, Georgina A.. B.A.. General Arts. H.C., Woodstock. Ont., Judo Club, Debating Union, Chance! Guild, Sketch Club, Undergraduate Women's Organization. SWIDER, Richard C., B.E.Sc., Chemical, Willowdale, Ont. SWIFT, Carol C., Honours B.A., French and German, Sarnia, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, German Club, Curling Club, Alumni Variety Show, lntramural Sports, international Students' Club. SWITZER, Dennis W. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Burlington, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, English Club, Sydenham Hall Residents' Council. SWYSTUN, William T.. B.A., General Arts, C.S., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont SZALKAI, Alexander R., LL.B.. Glen Meyer, Ont. TABERNER, Paul D., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Burlington, Ont., Phi Gamma Delta, Ski Club, Colt Football. 1 TADMAN, Ronald B., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., Intercollegiate Track and Field, Intramural Sports. TAIT, Gary E., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Philosophy Club, Folk Music Society. TALLMAN, William R., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Intramural Sports, Ski Club, Judo Club, P.H.R.E. Club, Auto Sport Club. TAMBLYN, C. David, M.D., London, Ont., Hippocratic Council, Alpha Kappa Kappa Intramural Sports, Tachycardia, Inter-Fraternity Council. TANGNEY, Michael E., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Lindsay, Ont., Italian Club, Newman Club, The Kingsman, King's Residents' Council. TARVER, Gail M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., Sailing Club, Folk Music Society, Ski Club. TASKEY, Alexis A., Amherstburg, Ont Intramural Sports, Student Housing Committee. B.A., General Arts, Brescia, ., if And the shape of the thing Loses itself And becomes Something Diminished And the place is not Important But just the life it Spawned. No answer can ever Be answered completely As no question Can ever be Questioned Completely. TAYLOR, Barbara L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Watford, Ont., Community Action Program, United Church Club TAYLOR, Carran E., B.Sc.N., Scarborough, Ont., Canterbury Club, Ski Club, Blood Drive. TAYLOR, Mary L., Althouse, Owen Sound, Ont. TAYLOR, Patricia A B.A., General Arts, H.C., Burlington, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club, Huron Drama Society. TAYLOR, Raymond B.A., General Arts, St. Peter's, London, Ont. TECKERT, Harry E., Honours B.A., Business Administration. Toronto, Ont., Investment Club, Marketing Club, International Business Club, U.W.O. String Orchestra, Intramural Sports. TEGLEFI, Carol A., B.A., Secretarial Science, Clifford, Ont., U.W.O. Choir. TENNANT, John H, B.E.Sc., Electrical, London, Ont. TERRY, Richard R., B.E.Sc., Electrical, London, Ont., U.E.S. Council, The Engineer, Flying Club, E.l.C. THICKE, Alan W., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Brampton, Ont., Intramural Sports, Gazette, Alumni Variety Show Delta Upsilon, Broadcasting Society. :1',---fr 'mg -1, 1,-F' B. Aygzai.-. 5 ia14?:4ffi:1"'-,A , aff-21 .1 ff' .Q fi 1, -weft. 3 .,.f.,- Q, .. Me... 1 , ,. '1,:,,g.'-J. I '. -Sffjfi "Q 454' 'gms' ni few' .ng:t'eLf,!if:'2' .V f !-' .4 ,. '-....:,,:p.-'11, -3 ,wi ' , Qc, F f. .n.,: ,M , ., ,-A ,Q an-.1 . jgf , , .. Q. .. at jyfgfiijfiff . wa y -. ,, if .Qin-',.i'2.' ' . any ' 47'415'f'!?'j ' 'gf '. i,r,f,.i' ' 7 vi- ,. . ' 1652, ff' 'Q ' ir". fr,'l'1Q2i2 , Q , fi. , .' 'fl :r',f2 a? 'i': -Z ' "1' ' J . I M I-.N,':. .f"J,.5"lw' ' V? .nw -. .t. - t . . . If-1g4,1,raf39,f, ,,. ., ,t,:.,1,.:,?. , V' . ,-.l .5113 tri. ,-wi.-,.-.Zi vt-1,1 'an 471555 - ' ' ' 'S rim 'tc ' "" 1 tx If . g if f .V,.,, ,.,.' ,.fgU:., ' f.. .. V f,a...f I ,,i,, -1 ,,i , iifi " '.-12.2.1 W 1 v L 4 ,7 !l',fl '51 , , 1 , fi, 9, L , , . ,,.'g.tf1 I QWU Gif' ff, I ' 1 I, f f Af W u"'ff"f.. 14152151 A I' ' 'lf 1,745-ly -'f 2Qay32gw,waj ' -4 YP f ff J ' ,. 'fi QW ' W X is 1 " if . il, ff A f f A ff f . :ZW ' . ,. 2 af ,ff , f . 4 V' V . f 2 , ff X765 if , ' f .f 5 ffm- if ., aZ4uJzWfQaa4MQ , - -'ff' MH A 9 QW af. J, .gf A ,. ' 'r f V ZW' ""'i' , . . ..f faaaaaaratvaaa A fi M' ,Zi f ,..f - . .,,- .- . , .. .. f.f:.fM rf ' 1. f f ff fW X W ' f ff WM ' 4 ff!! f A THIEL, Cherry L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Mitchell, Ont., Player's Guild, Intercollegiate Volleyball. THISTLE, M. Christine, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Stratford, Ont., Canterbury Club, C.U.S. Committee, Altar Guild, Progressive Conservative Club. THOMAS, Carolyn J., B.Sc.N., Sudbury, Ont., Social Service Club. THOMAS, Douglas J., B.A., Gene-ral Arts, H.C., Mount Forest, Ont., Heritage, Westminster Spokesman, Huron Debating Club. THOMAS, J. David, B.E.Sc., Electrical, St. Thomas, Ont., The Engineer, Intramural Sports, Engineering Ball lConvenori. THOMAS, Sheila J., B.Sc.N., Edmonton, Alta., Pi Beta Phi. THOMAS, Steven M., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Sarnia, Ont., Intramural Sports, Flying Club, Huron College Council, Huron Drama Society. THOMPSON, Barbara W., Honours B.A., Business and Secretarial Science, Lynden, Ont. THOMPSON, C. Lynne, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Don Mills, Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta, Fencing Club, Purple Patches, Student Christian Movement. THOMPSON, John C., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Hamilton, Ont., Sigma Chi, Ski Club. THOMPSON, John R., Honours B.A., Mathematics, London, Ont., Mustang Band, Concert Band, Chess Club, Auto Sport Club. THOMPSON, Kristen J., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Curling Club, French Club, United Nations Club, Fencing Club, Progressive Conservative Club. But we will ask and answer You and I Of Western And what and why we were And it will come back Happy The little things we will remember The big ones are past rememberin Q. 1r'4 xg' r 152 N B f THOMPSON, Lynda A., B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Purple Patches, Social Service Club, Curling Club. THOMPSON, M. Helen, Honours B.A., Physical Education, Parkhill, Ont., Intramural Sports, P.H.R.E. Club, Psychology Club, Women's Athletic Association. THOMPSON, Paul D., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Islington, Ont., Ski Club, King's College Council. THOMPSON, Robert L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Ayers Cliff, Ont., United Church Club, Judo Club. THOMPSON, Roderick R., Honours B.A., Geography, Toronto, Ont., Geography Club, Ski Club, Intramural Sports. THOMPSON, Roger F., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., Sunday Nine O'Clock Committee, Purple Patches, International Business Club, Marketing Club, Business Council. THOMPSON. William C., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Grimsby, Ont., Curling Club. THOMS, Gary W., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Toronto, Ont., Intramural Sports, Italian Club, Newman Club, Liberal Club, The Kingsman. THOMSEN, Barbara A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Liberal Club, Purple Patches, Auto Sport Club. THOMSON, Jo Ann, M.D., Hamilton, Ont., Osler Society, Western Christian Fellowship, Westminster Club, Inter-Faith Council, Hippocratic Council. THORNE, M. Bruce, B.E.Sc., Electrical, Buchans, Newfoundland, R.C.A.F. THORNTON, David A., Honours B.A., Psychology, Scarborough, Ont., Psychology Club, Medway Hall Residents' Council, lnter-Residence Sports. THORPE, Dale A., B.A., Secretarial Science, Burlington, Ont., Curling Club, Gilbert and Sullivan. THORPE, K. Judith, B.Sc.N., Sarnia, Ont. THROWER, Jon D., S , i 57? . f J.: .,' . , ,. . x. W A A , Althouse, 3' A'-"" in Port Arthur, Ont. TIDEY, Joanne M., B.A., Ge-neral Arts, U.C., Dundas, Ont., Ski Club, Purple Patches, Social Service Club. TITCOMBE, Nancy E., Honours B.A., History, Thornbury, Ont., History Club, Gilbert and Sullivan. TOOLSIE. J. Vincent, LL.B., London, Ont. TOON, Robert C., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Woodstock, Ont., International Students' Club, United Church Club, Geography Club. TOPHAM, Marc R., Honours B.A., English, Toronto, Ont., Player's Guild, Newman Club, English Club, Brescia-King's Drama Guild. TOTTEN, Beverley J. B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Curling Club, Gilbert and Sullivan. TRAVIS, Dorothy l., B.Sc.N., Dresden, Ont. TRAVIS, Thelma M., B.Sc.N., Dresden, Ont., Intramural Sports. TRAVIZA, Peter, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont. TREVETT, Judith A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Toronto, Ont., Social Service Club, W.U.S.C., United Church Club, International Students' Club. TRUSS, Mary Louise B.A., General Arts, H.C., Galt, Ont., Curling Club, Ski Club, Intramural Sports. TRUSTY, Wayne B., M.A., Economics, London, Ont. TUFFORD, Robert W B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sarnia, Ont. ? 1, . ', r. A' , , 562.1169 -'wg I I fl. 1L . ea -A f fees, 1 Hi". at .Q 1-'wig 4, 14. 1-,Jada 'Lf 1' 1",'f5: ...muff x 'H 4 A TULLOCH, Donald L., Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont. TURNER, Hugh D., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Hamilton, Ont., Sigma Chi. UNSWORTH, Jillian F., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Orillia, Ont., Curling Club, Undergraduate Women's Organization, Gamma Phi Beta, Progressive Conservative Club. UPPER, Donald K., B.A., General Arts. U.C., St. Catharines, Ont., U.W.O. Choir. URQUHART, Lyle S., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Schumacher, Ont., Curling Club, Ftod and Gun Club, United Church Club VALERIOTE, Sylvio G., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Guelph, Ont., Italian Club, Newman Club, Ski Club. VALMAGGIA. Giuseppina, Diploma, Nursing, Administration, London, Ont., United Nations Club Italian Club. VAN BUSKIRK, Nancy V., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Burlington, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, French Club, Curling Club. VAN BUSSEL, Helen A., B.A., General Arts, Brescia Lucan, Ont., Newman Club, Brescia Lecture League, Intramural Sports. VAN DAMME. Lorraine, B.A., General Ans, Brescia, Delhi, Ont., Italian Club. VANDENHEUVEL, Kees J., Honours B.A., Psychology, Sarnia, Ont., Psychology Club, Newman Club. VANDEREERDEN, Wilhelmina, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Riverside, Ont. VAN DRIESSCHE, Diane, B.A., General Arts, Brescia, Stroud, Ont., Brescia Beacon, Film Society, Newman Club. VAN EXAN, Sheila M., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Scotland, Ont., Flying Club, Intramural Sports. an X ,. mam, fu! vf A-. VAN HOUTEN, Peter W., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Port Credit, Ont., Zeta Psi, Psychology Club. VANO, Gerard S., Honours B.A., History, Guelph, Ont., History Club. VAN PA'l'l'ER, June M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Aylmer, Ont., Math Club, P.H.R.E. Club, Film Society. VAN WATERSCHOOT Frank, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Sarnia, Ont., Intramural Sports, Bridge Club. VEALE, Janet M., Althouse, Mount Brydges, Ont., College of Music Choir. VERBRUGGE, Egbert G.. B.E.Sc., Electrical, Ridgetown, Ont., Community Action Program. VERDUN, David L., Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, Waterloo, Ont., C.l.C. VERHOOG, Joanne C., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Chatham, Ont., Folk Music Society, Western Christian Fellowship, International Students' Club. VEHNOOY, William B.A., General Arts, K.C., London, Ont., C.l.A.S.P., The Kingsman, Regalia. VEHSTRAETE, Bert C., Honours B.A., English and Latin, Wallaceburg, Ont., Calvinistic Students Club. VERTEUIL, Jacques, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Vancouver, B.C. VIGNA, Roxy, B.A., General Arts, U.C., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Zeta Psi. VILLAMERE, John A., B.E.Sc., Chemical, Brantford, Ont., C.l.C., Newman Club, Intramural Sports. VINCENT, Sandra L. B.A., General Arts, M.C., Islington, Ont., Purple Patches, Auto Sport Club, Progressive Conservative Club SW get TMO? X tv X s x X ix, sb X Y' . 7 MXPX RN? ,S I 5 . T, ...... I K , y N: 155 We are the new generation The lost generation The beleaguered generation They say Sardonically And if we reply to this We are but Obnoxious And belligerant. Western loses its identity In us Just as we did in it Once upon a day VOGEL, Sybil C., B.A., Secretarial Science, Preston, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan Ski Club. VON LEWINSKI, Karl A., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Alex, U.S.A., U.W.O Choir, Ski Club, Auto Sport Club. VON OMPTEDA, Frederick, Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., Marketing Club, Investment Club, Intramural Sports, Gilbert and Sullivan. VON RIEKHOFF, Barbara, B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont. VYTOPIL, Peter J., Honours B.Sc., Geology, Salem, U.S.A., Geology Club. WACHSMUTH, Jane M., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Curling Club, U.W.O. Choir, Purple Poll. WADDELL, Peter S., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Player's Guild, Hugger Club. WADE, Virginia H., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Concord, Ont., Social Service Club. WAISBERG, Jon W., M.D., Toronto, Ont., Tachycardia, Meds Journal, Beta Sigma Fiho, Auto Sport Club. WAKEFIELD, Judith A., B.A., Secretarial Science, Port Arthur, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, Folk Music Society, Social Service Club and ffl, ' 0'- W: ,-e fjjlf 4 WALKER, Gordon W., WALLEY, W. John, " LL.B., Honours B.A., x St. Thomas, Ont., Business Progressive Administration, 'Ij1f'df6Jfgn'S1l'f' fltxyf, I eu ffwf .gil-' ,fp at 1' j 'F Z Y-915' I: IQ--,wi 1 FQ..f4!X'f1 4' 5 1 -1.77 , 1,t.?2ffN H it 1, H ffl-.gag 1 if . ,,f. ., , 3 ' ' 'fm ' 1. 1 . Ejifv I I ff 'lim 1 .4 , ., fi 6513, its -4' 4 1 , , . . 7,211 ,,,,, , -. ,,: gn, .4 2? ' if I 1.1 .-:gt sf A' A -s. wx 2 as-'wtf s . M... - , +2 fb Y ZX 5.9 uxnkvkx' x- gifxxf ' s in 1 ix- ms x 'x ,. V-33.119 s K X. W -v-nas.-taxa-X X Nt, . 1 s 185.-Nigga " X3 'IIQEESFT S ' 'EX : 'v at 'f K u Y i' s 4 at A331 s N X r Y' n tv2:E'S? X Ox 5' 'X a :QA vert F t 2 siwftvf- saggy s A. fins x s- sk -F tw " x 'L Conservative Club. WALKER, John W., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Sarnia, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, Port Credit, Ont., Business Council, Marketing Club, investment Club. .Q WALLHEAD, Edna M., Diploma, Nursing, Education, Camp Borden, Ont., Curling Club. V , lnter-Fraternity Council, W Huron Residents' M I 4 Council. tt WALL. Hendrik' WALLS, lvl. Isobel, B.A., B.A., 5142 ive ff Qs Nt General Arts, U.C. Burgessville, Ont., Zeta Psi, Polycon Club. WALLACE, W. John., General Arts, M.C., Hyde Park, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan. WALSH, David F., General Arts, U.C., Foxboro, Ont., History Club, Russian Club, Newman Club. L. 1 4 And winter weekend final fling History essay talbot college and Are all absorbed into one Large Very large hunk Of cotton batten. But what is most important Is that soon You and I The alumni May lose touch with Western B.A., Honours B.A., General Arts, H.C., Business Hamilton, Ont., Administration, Judo Club, Purple Spur Society, Philosophy Club. Emeritus, Beta Theta Pi, Marketing Club, Intramural Debating. WALLER, WALTHAM, Ruth, Margaret E., Althouse, B.A., London, Ont. 'Pa , 1 ,, . . M f . .f. tv tiff' ,il ' i R ,im 2 I 'M-.. 3 . the cafeterias 156 WANNAN, Barry W., M.D., Toronto, Ont., international Students' Club, Liahona Fellowship, Rowing Club, Intramural Sports, Tachycardia, Alpha Kappa Kappa WARD, Daphne l., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Gamma Phi Beta, French Club, Spanish Club, Curling Club. WARD, Edward J., Honours B.Sc., Biology, Lambeth, Ont.. S.M.l.G.B.E.E. WARD, John S. E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Dorset, Ont., Auto Sport Club, inter-Residence Sports. WARD, R. C. Pete, Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Marketing Club, international Business Club. WARE, Sandra V., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Goderich, Ont. WARNER, Dennis W LL.B., London, Ont. WARREN, David A., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Sarnia, Ont., Phi Gamma Delta, Ski Club, Huron Residents' Council. WASHBURN, Patricia A., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Port Credit, Ont., Pi Beta Phi, Purple Spur Society, Women's Athletic Association, Occidentalia. WATERS, Catherine M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Toronto, Ont., Ski Club, Synchonized Swimming, Spencer Hall Residents' Council. wATsoN, Nigel P., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Willowdale, Ont., Curling Club, Phi Delta Theta, Community Action Program. WATSON, Sherri M., B.Sc.N., Toronto, Ont. I WATSON, Vivian R., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Wyoming, Ont., Curling Club, Social Service Club, U.W.O. Choir. WATT, D. Sheila, B.Sc.N., Willowdale, Ont. N. . . ..... X .:::...t..'1.'xs.'-1.-' .s ' 1- . T .... - - . .X .., X 2, A X W- Q ix N N 157 WEARING, Robin, Honours B.A., Physical Education, London, Ont., Delta Upsilon, Mustangfiootball. WEAVER, James R., Honours B.A., Music, London, Ont., Concert Band, Purple Patches, U.W.O. Orchestra, U.W.O. Brass Choir, College of Music Concerto Concert. WEAVER, Lois A., Honours B.A., Psychology, Guelph, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship. WEBBER, Kerrie L., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Guelph, Ont. WEBER, Judith D., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Goderich, Ont., Gilbert and Sullivan, Westminster Club. WEBER, Robelrt E., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Windsor, Ont., Mustang Football, P.H.R.E. Club. WEBSTER, Stewart B.A., General Arts, H.C., Dutton, Ont., History Club, Intramural Sports, Judo Club, Gymnastics Club. WEESE, Robert D., Honours B.A., Political Science, Dresden, Ont., Beta Theta Pi, Liberal Club, United Church Club, Westminster Residents' Council University Students' Council. L - WEILER, John J., B.A., St. Peter's, A Sarnia, Ont. ff . - WEIR, Barry, B.A., General Arts, H.C Toronto, Ont., Curling Club, intramural Sports. WEIR, Robert E., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., pgs , Intramural Sports, ' Mustang Band, Curling Club, Ski Club, Intercollegiate Tennis, Marketing Club, WENDT, Samuel G., Honours B.A., Music, Orillia, Ont., Music College Council, Concert Band, Mustang Band, Choral Ensemble, Auto Sport Club, Inter-Residence Sports. WESSINGER. James V., Honours B.A., Economics, Toronto, Ont., Economics Club, Progressive Conservative Club. WHITE, C. Joanne, B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Spanish Club, International Students' Club. A4 w we 1 "'4'4l144a- mf Am! ,Mo 4. rv . .ff s- ,fr ritz?- WHITFIELD, Oswald N., Althouse, London, Ont. WHITTAKER, Michael J., l.L.B.. London, Ont., Intercollegiate Rugger, Intercollegiate Rowing, Delta Upsilon. WHITTON, John E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Renfrew, Ont., Folk Music Society. WIECZOREK, Gudrun, Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, Komoka, Ont., C.l.C., Science Women's Society. WICKETT, Robert H., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Chatham, Ont., London Circle Ski Club, Progressive Conservative Club, Intramural Sports, Huron Times. WIEBE, Johanna, B.Sc.N., Beamsville, Ont. WIELER, Rudy R., Honours B.A., Geography. St. Catharines, Ont., Intercollegiate Rowing lCaptainl, Sigma Chi, Curling Club, Geography Club. WIESE, Brian D., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Niagara Falls, Ont., Intramural Sports. WILCOX, Alan C., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Stratford, Ont., Intramural Sports. WILDE, Robert J., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Willowdale, Ont., Curling Club, Fencing Club, Judo Club. WILENSKY, Alan J., M.D., London, Ont., Osler Society, Tachycardia. WILLER, Ronald C., M.D., Bothwell, Ont. WILLIAMS, Eric M., Honours B.A., Business Administration, Toronto, Ont., Sigma Chi, Medway Hall Residents' Council Curling Club. WILLIAMS, Gwyneth J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Nassau, Bahamas, United Church Club, Computer Science Club. --x "fs, Yi! km 35,5 .. 9 5. . f j 1? ' "1 YE? fl' 2 5121. . Q- . 3 , .f .f , ESA Mg 43:1 f iv ,psf -..,,N, 1v"" nf' WILLIAMS, Kathleen S., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont. WILLIAMS, Susan F., Honours B.A., English, Brantford, Ont., Gazette, Westminster Spokesman. WILLIAMS, W. Joseph B.E.Sc., Mechanical, Niagara Falls, Ont., Auto Sport Club, E.l.C., intramural Sports. WILLIAMSON, Anne L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., Purple Patches, Concert Band, Ski Club, Social Service Club. WILLIAMSON, Margaret, B.A., Secretarial Science, Sarnia, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, White Cross Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, intramural Sports, Purple Patches. WILLIS, R. Baxter, B.A., General Arts, C.S., London, Ont., Delta Upsilon, Purple Poll, University College Council. WILLIS, Wayne A., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Richmond Hill, Ont., Delta Upsilon, Folk Music Society, Curling Club. WILLMOT, Wendy, B.A., General Arts, M.C., St. Catharines, Ont., Occidentalia, Social Service Club, Ski Club. WILSDON, Brian Fl., Honours B.A., Geography, Comox, Ont. Geography Club, Western Christian Fellowship. WILSON, Bruce J., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont. Curling Club, Ski Club, Liberal Club. WILSON, Doreen E., B.A., General Arts, M.C., Ingersoll, Ont. WILSON, Douglas B, Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Business Council, Purple Spur Society, Student Handbook, Beta Theta Pi. WILSON, Gary D., LL.B., London, Ont. WILSON, H. Lindy, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Willowdale, Ont. WILSON, Linda A., Althouse, Kingston, Ont., United Church Club. WILSON, William C. Althouse, Galt, Ont. WILSON, W. Douglas, B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont., Geography Club, Purple Patches. WINCOTT, James L., Althouse, Niagara Falls, Ont. WINKLER, Ursula H., Honours B.A., French and German Windsor Ont., Kappa Alpha Theta. Not the real Western WINNICKI, Helena J., Althouse, Kitchener, Ont., Italian Club, Intramural Sports. WINNIK, Walter J., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Willowdale Ont., The Kingsman, Newman Club, Intramural Sports, Mustang Hockey. WINTEFI, H. Ashton, LL.B., Simcoe, Ont., Delta Upsilon, Auto Sport Club, Intramural Sports. WINTRUP, Larry P., B.A., General Arts, H.C., London, Ont. WIRTH, Ferdinand P., B.A., General Arts, K.C., Tillsonburg, Ont., Newman Club, Italian Club, German Club, Intramural Sports. That exists in buildings But the one inside And if we lose our perspective And if we can not recall University As a complete experience As something good and bad As something majestic and apathetic Then we will become Real alumni With rah rah sticks That we never had And only a variety show and doughnut dunk As tangible souvenirs Of the past. 4-"'ff4i l"" as 1' L K S r, -15 ft 5 t, 1 el ' 6' I , wma.. , 'qw in I remember the day I walked home From a late afternoon class. lt was fail And the whited constructed abutments Stuck out of a mass of reddened leaves On a green hill And everything looked peaceful And as I crossed the bridge I passed in front of you And just then Just just then A gust of wind blew us together WISMER, Catherine L., B.A., General Arts, U.C., Oakville, Ont., Spencer Hall Residents' Council, Intercollegiate Tennis, University Students' Council, University College Council, Ski Club. WITUSCHEK, Edmund P.. B.E.Sc., Chemical, Mitchell, Ont.. E.I.C., Investment Club. WOLFE, Loreen M., B.Sc.N., Dobbinton, Ont., United Church Club, Curling Club. WON NACOTT, E. Joy, Honours B.A., Psychology, London, Ont., Western Christian Fellowship, Scottish Dancing, International Students' Club, inter-Faith Council. WOODING, Michael E., Honours B.Sc.. Geology, Oakville, Ont., Mustang Band, Intercollegiate Skiing, Geology Club, Beta Theta Pi. WOODS, Ethel M., B.Sc.N., Galt, Ont. WOODS, R. Gary, Honours B.A., Business Administration, London, Ont., Curling Club. WOOLNOUGH, Peter F., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Aurora, Ont., Huron College Council, Debating Union, Jazz Club, Huron Drama Club, Orientation Co-Ordinating Committee. WOON, N. Edward, Althouse, London, Ont. WORBOY, Flonald F., LL.B., Peterborough, Ont., Legal Society Council lPresidentj, Delta Upsilon, Moot Court, Undergraduate Lecture Series. in . ::-fn ' . f if MQW ' sg, ' f ' 4 .f fi, it at gs '-v,,.,f fu. if f bk . . . X , , -II ,460 160 'Th . ...M I 1 WORDEN, Kaye M., B.A., General Arts, C.S., Staffa, Ont., College of Science Council, Purple Patches, Wesminster Spokesman, Math Club. WORRALL, Linda A B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Bridge Club. WRIGHT, Albert. Althouse, Stratford, Ont. WRIGHT, Edward A Honours B.A., Geography, Islington, Ont., Geography Club. WRIGHT, John R., Honours B.A., English and French London, Ont., London Circle "K", Intramural Sports, Auto Sport Club. WRIGHT, Rodney H B.A., General Arts, M.C., Toronto, Ont. rd' ,al ,, WUERTH, Helga, H B.Sc.N.. 'sm Port Credit, Ont. ef 2 "4 . -0 x 1 WYSE, Margaret, B.A., General Arts, H.C., Simcoe, Ont. YAKE, Richard A., Althouse, London, Ont., French Club, U.W.O. Choir. tw YATES, Linda F., B.A., General Arts, U.C., London, Ont., French Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Liberal Club, Spanish Club. YOUNG, lan R., B.A., General Arts, H.C., Peterborough, Ont. And for the tiniest moment My arm brushed yours And we smiled And apologized together And the tingle of the touch Showered over me For the rest of the day That touch That feeling That day That you That is WESTERN. James William Schaefer May 1967. YOUNG, James A., Honours B.A., Physical Education, Hamilton, Ont., U.W.O. Choir, P.H.R.E. Club, Intercollegiate Squash, Intramural Sports. YOUNG, John M., Althouse, Gananoque, Quebec, YOUNG, John W., Althouse, Grand Bend, Ont. ZELLER, Julie D., B.A., Home Economics, Waterloo, Ont., Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Student Housing Committee. ., r RN ZIMMER, Martin T., B.A., General Arts, M.C., London, Ont., Geography Club. ZULIANA, Preston, Honours B.Sc., Chemistry, Thorold, Ont., C.l.C. ZUPPINGER, Ernest C., B.E.Sc., Electrical, Toronto, Ont., Sydenham Hall Residents' Council lnter-Residence Council, Investment Club, Intramural Sports. ZWANZIG, Herman V., Honours B.Sc., Geology, London, Ont., Geology Club. 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' ft J f . , " , via l ,i ,vm V P' Sr, f1i3iQW2v A 'Qt MX 'ff' fp, h7':v2,V 'li z ,Q U f wih wiv ral ,L , fWQa Q W ds' lv ,f5f?f' fX 0' Mums' vu ,Q H415 'Q --Zhfvjkx ' 'X 'V Wwwmn mnwwfdw A-.. -,, :L -f-MN x! ' ,wh un. an' I 4 ,,, 3' 4 .14 . . J n 1 , , t, 4, 1 V .. ,K I, . , xpmx- .ac Q. - ' 1.1 in f J new -. A 164 AV, 1 X ,. 1 wr :rw A 'E Lf H' gg-,MW Q 7 7 rf- at Z .fr Ang-fr , Q A W 'li-,v tis .I J. as J ..2 956 - f 6 i A , jig? if i Y . N. Mr' S .ff--N tt N , P i l djigk JM s wi I i if K Q , sg- fx W rfb, J 5.5 4.2 Q, ' " fi Jw! was WWW" ,f 4, 6 Q ff f VJ, 1 0. f f Z dlhnu... FRCSH WEEK Frosh Week in the past has been a sometimes unskillful mixture of spirit, spirits, homesickness and sadism, but has always left the Uni- versity's new recruits with a feeling of belonging. It is an attempt to prevent barriers from forming not only between freshmen, but between all years, in a crash-program version of "Getting to Know You". Frosh Week 1966 ran true to tra- ditional form. Amid bookstore sna- fus, housing debacles and parking panics, Frosh in caps and beanies were treated to probably the best- packed week of the year. Richard Needham, needle well- honed, deflated the London ego and delighted his audience by ex- horting the newcomers to question, at every turn, the grand old in- stitution they had yet to obey. f, Mn?-vfwi 1: f 'fZ?',,,'ff' ' 2712:-f, 1 -7 ,M i " f i gsgvvkyi, .1-'A ff' l "' 1 t k ' IS -.-...-...mat .-M... t gg ii 0'-M-we -Nw'--its ll it ll E S A 1, w..fw.4-,f ...,w., ..,,, It t l-,g It l m--:Q gk , xc F7-sb. i-N px if X.- tx tit N -P.- sur . 5 . 'Nw ' . 'eh ' . Bi Ext, ,. fa, x. ie "-'. lycfi as at , X f B2 R312 i . W ,rw , 4,,,, ,.. ....s A,., u, ,, U M -of i i at bi ' ,ev X-s .. .. ..-v , I-at A an ex. . . . 1 ,. vow.. ' " ,N 5 tg, x ,,,., ii? 5, t ' 167 X S.,- 'VY 0 ,wwf ' . . I-fd.. . , wx -.. Between running around campus arm-in-arm to the whip-cracking tongues of seniors, the Frosh managed to squeeze into Thames Hall, replete with the odour of its namesake, to roar applause at Si- mon and Garfunkle. And as usual, there was the crop of dissenters. Eugene Forsey pro- posed a new Canadian flag of "two jackasses eating leaves of the same maple tree", while U.S.C. president John Patrick and Purple Spur head Jock lVlcKeen had at it over the value of Orientation. Apparently, the politicians won. Orientation, as we knew it, will be no more. Even the Frosh Hop was dry. In a way, it's too bad. Everyone fwell, almostl, made it through Frosh Week last year, and they would have been as enthusiastic as the Spur Soph. last year who inter- rupted his razzing of a group of beanies long enough to remark eloquently, "Yeah! . . . teaches 'em humility." J 'e WT REGISTRATION Everything's fine. You passed grade 13 or English 20 or both and you're suddenly at Western or back at Western. lt's registra- tion time again and all is very simple. You just have to remember not to lose your cool or your student number or the phone number of your new residence or your great grandfather's occupation or, believe it or not, your sex lvvhich is great baby, just greatl. There are long lineups and appointment cards and although you feel the most important thing is getting registered, the University puts money, money, money, right at the top. So you pay first lvvatch the cheque bounce Daddyl and join the others in the disoriented orienta- tion of filling out class cards, address cards, religious cards, and other cards. At last comes the system through which you attempt to make a speedy exit as professors and computers and broads and security guards check your forms and form. And then before you knovv it you're back out in the lovely sunlight of VVestern's campus not realizing for a second that you, yes, even scatterbrained you, have just registered for honours intercourse and necrophiology and by golly, you've got TB, whoever he is. And everything's fine? rfb' 4 y U I 57! ' V fi, 1 A ff f Z f' -lui X , , B' 7, 4, 'MW 169 v wwf' V lt was CFPL radio disk jockey Bill Brady, who saved the show. The 1966 Alumni Variety Show was a little short on variety. There was lots of talent but it was all in the same field. lt took Brady's bright emceeing to keep the 2Vz hour show from being just a series of one not bad singer after another. Dave Clark sang "Maria" and "If Ever l Would Leave You." Ann McDermid sang "My Favorite Things" and "Try to Remember", and Peter lVlcBirnie sang "Days of Wine and Roses" and "Strangers in the Night." There were professional entertain- ers ranging in style from soft, sweet Fran lVlcHale to the stoutly professional Ward Cornell. Actual- ly, Cornell didn't really entertain. He was just president of the Alumni Association. I-le's also Brady's boss, so Bill gave him walk-on parts in a couple of skits. As the Detroit Tigers say, there's always next year. But next year's show or- ganizers better make sure there's somebody like good ole Bill Brady on the mound. Of course next year's show will have the advantage of taking place in the odour-tree Alumni Hall, SWMDN ANI F NKEL An impatient 'standing room only' crowd claps out "Simon's at the Ceeps" because the Purple Spur's offerings are late. The first song ends and 2000-plus Frosh know the wait was worth it. Paul Simon, singer guitarist and writer extra- ordinary hides like a little boy be- hind his massive Guild guitar. Art Garfunkel beams to the tumultuous applauseg the spotlight on his long kinky blonde hair gives him a Dr. Zorba-like appearance. Silence settles on the crowd and, fingers flying, Simon launches into another of his musical masterpieces. His high, light tenor slices through crowded Thames Hall. Garfunkel adds the second voiceg blending, shifting, melding. An hour later the songs, encores and applause are ended. The Frosh go. Maybe they will give the songs and words some thought. They may even remember. 'Q 6 i 5 ,.. Wguw- -r f I ?f O ff A' JH .f V, , f, ffgfiazffff " M I f f fy ,Y Q ... ,,,,,,..... SLP- 1 "CW ff K 1 ' . ffl . U f ' , 2' X ' 1 . gfwfw ive Q Y A.. gy ffb' kv 'S I D S, . f,, , x 31 lrp . . Q. 'E 1 f 1 I. A, . -.W ' ' 7 ', fl' -. 'V igfff f HW2 1.9 2 fx MM. Qlfffywif ' ff! 1 ' 1 Q , 1 is f M W XX A X .td f W x ff: 7 ff if f 4 f , X 44 1, fy xsyff .,f ,., .-6 4' f V ,Lf 1-km' : aff. ddr-f X, Lf-' ' iff-.,',4:f . ,Aw , ,' -jx 9 -N -tiff, I, 1 4 I f ,C 1 1 " 1 1 '55 y "f 2 X ,A h .EX x K K . -IJ, K -, . xy.. WL , "1 U , ' x .' - '. R' -- I ' 7 . f 1 , Z, f X. GIRLS GIRLS 'ff 'Wd GIRLS 4 we E , , . w 2 5 4' if 5: . ,., ,, ,bf 4,5 tu U' , ff, ff V , 'L 'J g , X as ' XR , H - 1 21 5.3 Q., . V 4 4 . 'S 4 1 1 V? .X ' P . X qwrx V LICATIONS PES For Westerns publications, 1966-67 was a year of extremes. Each one stretched its legs into something nevv, and each stumbled into the less-than-eager arms of Pubs Commissioner .lim Eckert and the U.S.C. Sometimes the conflict was over editorial content and sometimes over editorial conduct . . . is with at 5 ,Q eff X .6 J 'M--1' 6 t t o . HN 4-bv M X in 6' '5 "' -4 WMQQNS A . ff x x s s Q ' ,su 6 C H- X 4 , Q - Q s S. QQ, u'r: ! 'W . X sb 6 xt if XX Q G 6 L N J , fm., ifi 5155521 NJN HL, Qin 53 Ri' ,l sqm 'Stiff 'W'- " N. ' 2 Vvls ' .,, vt, .,., ,. . , ' s , If . , , , ?'il:.,,i.'fi,.,A zinygx,-Z 5 ,,C,...f4g,g-6 M L, , - 47" 'rf "' 'snr - ' - lv." '-Ur J :LQ V' 1' ' 1 . . 4 -' -"N .' ', f fu- - '- -fx .-sr '2'-"xv g.. , . . "' "HH-r ' Q html-2-HN ,Q -A T' ' -, . Nh-1' .- 1 r - . ---r-QM-'E-w lf. . N , 1 -- tug i ' '.... 1 H... fx- ' - . , -I A . . .,,,f,SP:.x. -. -. 1' i ny wbtsz . 'leg' ," . f-'I ffm qfyuik. 5 4 .- . " .hh , t . '5 ' - .-Nl.. . , - rg, -rwtxtxi hx-,..,A ., Q' . NM- - - l ,.L,.,s---Q, t, 176 gg-i ,M ss SC MX 4 me ' xx. QS. x KGS . , -.0 A lot of the fuss centered around a young Don Quixote of the typewriter who emerged from the wilds of South London to write for the Gazette. He looked harmless enough, like a debauched cherub, but when he called the Engineers . . sterile, dead, extinct . . . the incensed plumbers threatened tar and feathering, lynching, and even serious harm. That was back in 1964 and it was the first of many crises for Jim Schaefer. In his four years here, Schaefer has been probably the strongest influence on campus politicians, and his two years of edltorship have made the Gazette the most widely reprinted campus paper in the country. Though the local citizenry are now aware of the wickedness of the Gazette, the paper is being read as never before. s ,ff wi sv, - 'Q QW w.,.,,,. lt's been largely the result of the "l-lugh Hefner of Baker Street", on his own and with the talent he's dredged from the staff. Following its tradition of sexual integration, the paper promoted News Editor Joan Barfoot to co- editor with Schaefer, giving her equal riding rights on the scooter. Not content with that, women in- vaded Features and Entertainment with Muriel Moore and Penny Kitchen as section Editors. The male side was rather shakily up- held by Elwin-the-other Moore on News, Paul Shakespeare on Page Five, Stan Whiston on bicycle, and a succession of Sports Editors. Cartoons were the fault of Tom Flossiter, and Foggy Ralph Willsey ran the Photo Service until Christ- mas when it was handed back to Oxy Editor Lyle McNair. The metamorphosis of that ugly caterpillar, the Student Handbook, into a glossy butterfly of a stu- dent magazine called Ethos raised another problem. Under Editor War- ren lVlcDougall and Associate Rod McQueen, Ethos took a feature- length look at everything from President Hall t"Wanted . . . Re- ward"i, to the English 20 exam, and generally succeeded in inform- ing freshmen about many campus attitudes and services. Apparently, what it lacked was enough factual information to satisfy the Student's Council. Amid plans to turn Ethos into a regular, national magazine effort, the Handbook has been re- vived. Western needs a Caterpillar. rl 3. -v"""0":.-. ,gri-'Iii Fx-r.. l. ,ws tg.. l ix' New 'L--vs.: 'W' A ..-.-..: Ll. is Kr 1 alll! , , xxx 'af' W' S J! who .P w-, .. Even Folio's quiet corner was in- vaded by the politicians. A pro- posal that Folio be combined with Ethos was countered with one that suggested combining Folio and the Student Directory and calling it unreadable. Marg Farris' last term as Editor produced a theme issue dealing with all aspects of youth which was comprehensive, if not closely defined. Still, the quality of aff' MW! N ,,, . ya. WM ,,. w 1 v .A ff 24 'X .i .'f.- ' ' M ' 'E '?'a'wA M igvgj 1 M., . WW na 1 .. f mgllllf' Q 1,,,,,,.0v"""' 995315358 My um? is aww n uw W " . Q rrrr Hai Z, 7.44, A ' ' . content was gratifyingly high. For the Spring edition, John Nicol returned to the previous, more general format, while maintaining an excellent calibre of content again. Folio has been blessed this year with two very competent editors and an enthusiastic and able staff, making the magazine more popular than ever. Poetry Editor Allan Fraser deserves particular credit, both for his own work and his selections. Fortunately, Folio will remain as it is, and the calibre of the year's efforts is ample justification for this. Occidentalia too, fought off one change in favour of its own. A proposed splitting of the book into Graduate and General sections was finally thrown out, leaving it in its original form, and allowing Editor Lyle McNair to imple- ment his new format. Changes were the thing for many of the smaller publi- cations as well. The Engineer became a sort of mini- Gazette, going from Gestetner-type printing to offset, turning grosser than ever, and providing considerable commotion at U.E.S. meetir.gs, all under Glenn Barr's able Editorship. Biz school's Dollars and Sense continued to print offset, while the Huron Times was again the best of the intramural papers. The alliterative brotherhood continued, with members being the Brescia Beacon, the Sydenham Scroll, and the Medway Monitor. The Kingsman and the Westminster Spokesman filled out the list, leaving only Delaware Hall without an official voice. This year the professional magazines took a definite up- swing, as two fine, new publications, the Engineering Journal and the Dental Journal joined the Medical Journal, the Business Quarterly, and the Law Journal as top Canadian publications in their fields. On the inside track were the Graduate Newsletter, the Alumni Gazette, and the ever improving U.W.O. News. ff' H? R K O -. , M .I'5. A1 if ,X W, f A Q, , fjwvw i X 7 Another great Western tradition was emphatically brought forth as publications leaders Jim Schaefer, John Jukes, and Lyle McNair had to settle for Honourable Mentions while Publications Gold Keys were presented to John Caplan, Marg Farris, Brian Hutchinson, Wilt Jen- kins, Warren McDougall, Rod Mc- Queen, and Muriel Moore at the annual Pubs Banquet. Oth e r Honourable Mentions for jobs well done went to Penny Kitchen, Jon Murray, and Paul Shakespeare. Treasure Van Treasure Van was a moderate suc- cess this year. Despite a change in location from good old Con Hall to the Co-ed lounge and the addi- tion of some real sweet cashiers the same handcratt from the same un- derdeveloped countries was still prevalent. Only the prices changed. 4 ""' H , .MWF 182 Share Campaign V ww X fggzsgw wt ' L, 1 , S' ""':""' M Q taunsrewsmknitnmwimkamq fm. ska 4' QQ' Y i ' 'A A .f ff I f' me 'S 5 I S i 4 4 f F8332 Mil ---Q ,am 'bit' 183 The now annual SHARE "Slave Auction" with higher than ever prices, an attempt at a "mile of dimes", and an "after the stag" ef- fort bythe Engineers, in which the wheels were removed from the Mustang only to be ransomed later for part of a slave were the high spots of WUSC's most successful yet SHARE WEEK. In all, it repre- sented the most entertaining fund raising campaign ever staged on campus. Wt I I, ' as I41ZBX'i7', ur There is a lot I don't like. The secrecy for instance. At a meeting I have to answer the Sergeant-at-Arms' challenge or, presumably, I won't be recognized. But he knows it was I who poured beer on his head last weekend. Admittedly, a century ago this secrecy was necessary because fraternities were not officially accepted, but they are now. Most have termed it tradition but l call it foolishness. I olon't like rushing. lt brings out our hypocrisy at its worst. l've watched it. l've done it. But I don't like it or think it's necessary. We go all out to impress the naive rushee with what a cohesive, harmonious group of fine, earnest young men we are, dedicated to the common ideals of brotherhood, academic excellence, and community spirit. FRATERNITIES AND SCDRORITIES 'S-. 184 he Zi w i' We aren't! Selective, yes. But cohesive and harmonious only during rushing, pledging and drunkenness. l don't like the pledging either. De- spite the yearly debate, pledging re- mains generally unchanged and standard throughout most fraterni- ties. The pledges, the chosen of the rushees who hope to become ma- ture, responsible, equal brothers at the end of the period, are treated as something less than dignified human beings. They aren't abused or morally degraded as popular ig- norance would have it, but rather physically and psychologically ex- hausted in a process not far re- moved from brainwashing. lt's in- tended to make a closely-knit unit with esprit de corps, but the result can be achieved in more civilized ways. 185 ,X -is t ts AN f Yr X -if X 412"'f X S 32 Rs N. . if is N :ff W' ,i 5, f X x X tw 5 1 9 I don't like the defensive attitude of fraternity members who seem to feel they must always justify their right to exist. We've got our faults. I'll admit it and so will most other fraternity members. But other groups have their faults too, so to hell with self- justification. l don't like being labelled, pack- aged, or categorized by prejudiced and mis-informed people just be- cause l am a fraternity member. Some think you must renounce your individuality to join. People say, 'Oh, I wouldn't have though YOU were a frat man," or "l'd sure like to see one of your parties some time," or "I wouldn't be caught dead at a frat party," or "Hey, I heard about this stag last year . . Many other things l don't like either, such as Greek names and symbols for instance. l can't really go along with this crap that we are mystic- ally united with guys at the Univer- sity of California or the University of Miami simply because we all sing the same songs and know a secret handshake. Except for the fact that those guys will welcome you as a friend if you happen to pay them a visit, there may be no other similarities among the var- ious branch houses. l've been honest. l've listed the things I don't like. But they are all trivial. They are what opponents of fraternities attack. The good things they don't know about, and, as a consequence they miss the real meaning of a fraternity. One evening three years ago I found myself in a room with twenty-seven strangers. My pledge class. Future fraternity brothers. I looked around and had some second thoughts. I didn't fit. They were all different from me. They came from all over the country. On my left that night was an "A" student in chemistry. On my right was an "A" student in political science. What the hell did I have to do with chemistry or political science, or an "A" average for that matter? 'T They didn't look like fraternity brothers should. How could l become part of a closely knit group with types l wouldn't normally associate with? That was three years ago. Today those are among my most respected and best friends. A fraternity is an opportunity for human relations. lt is a situation where individuals must give and take. A fraternity is pouring beer on the head of an engineer from Toronto, or a geologist from Indiana. It is sitting up all night philosophising with a political scientist from Dresden, or a doctor from Sarnia. lt is going to the Ceeps with a chemist from Rodney or an economist from Cak- ville. It is dropping in for dinner on the way through Brantford or spending a weekend at a cottage at Honey Harbour. lt is hitching a ride to a football game in who- ever's car is nearest. lt is sitting around on the house floor teaching a bunch of girls the words to a fraternity song. lt is having a place to go. lt is learning to respect people with a variety of talents and conflicting attitudes. lt is broadening. lt is an opportunity to befriend strangers. There is a lot l like. ,ahh ' ,, ,,,, 7 , ta W , iw 1 Z X f ? l P+ J 1" vy- W .1 'S lil, ef' www . 4' . 'hs' I 1 L ..- -5' X 'X--UNA. ,I -'ar 7xf'-f S-,ht ' ' JV . , ', i I! v- . X -YI . 'f' , 1 r.- ..,-.W W 5 . - ' . .,,:,3.gNf,fff-ZZ 4, 1- --W' "ww 5 W? .pr . I we-f .Lu . Q.. ,, - "' ,sw-gy ' ,, 11 fl, " 't , V g , VV .., ,,,.! ,M gp.. T., 7, JW. W s MQQBWW Q 3.. f WWF' ,!gE"4,"f, . ?4,i7,,,r Uf,,,g. Mm,-, 5' 4, rf Amer fe ' 1: 'jf t -.-,rg 1 4, , e - Q xy ,F y :P " , W., ,V if A, ,... . 'i"r"??e"1 , i wM""""""i l 9 H, -'A ',. 'g,' , H513 V , al. -' ...W 4 ,x -rf u h .,.. ,pr is gawr A .are A ..,,, ,.,w.Wwsf2f 7, ,, ,af .ex if i M W Www M6445 i i 5 ' 4 we-N .MN ...ir ses txt X -V sw ASS Y- H . TS f .rs T""'K-N n Q 9 .. 1 .- ,t ,Y,, h .. D , ,...,a, N, N M W 5 'R -M six What you have just read is an appraisal of fraternities at Westerng their activities, their purpose and their meaning. it was written, we believe, with an open mind by a person who does not feel fraternities are the be all and end all to social success. It was written by a person who wants to make fraternities better organizations to join and wants to change the attitude with which some students approach a fra- ternity membership. lt was written by a fraternity mem- ber. We hope you may now view frater- nities in a more realistic light. They are not something to be joined to gain social recognition. They won't make you something you aren'tg but the process of membership is broadening and maturing. Not everybody in a fraternity is your kind of person and not every mem- ber is going to be your friend in times of need. A fraternity, like all organized groups of people, has its advantages and its disadvan- tages. A good fraternity member will make his frat, Western and the world a better place to beg a poor one reflects poorly on everything he does. Fraternities have their place on campus so lets make them as useful and as progressive as pos- sible. ke X VARICDUS ENTERTAINERS On October 7 Nimmons and Nine performed in Thames Hall as a part of the Sunday Nine O'Clock series. They were well received on the whole, although they, like most entertainers at Western, suffered from the acoustics and smell of the gym they were playing in. Then there were the Dirty Shames who were great. You have to be great to be a success with a kazoo, a washboard, and homely girl with double-jointed knees called Carol Robinson. Pierre Leduc and his tri electrified Althouse auditorium to close out Western's Arts Festival. The audi- ence was small, and at times im- , S- " ,. :f' 190 X polite. But they were fascinated by the polished and yet spontaneous piano of Leduc, bass of Michael Donto, and drums of Cisco Normand. Between Leduc's sets, the cast of CBC's Nightcap show provided some jolly good fun. Mildred Miller, a stand-in for opera singer Lois Marshall who had been sidelined by a hip injury, appeared at Sunday Nine O'Clock in late November. Miss Miller, a mezzo-soprano, gave a performance of dramatic opera excerpts that prompted Dean A. W. Trueman of Univer- sity College to say in his official remarks afterwards: "Man's most civilized pastime is listening to beautiful women sing beautiful songs beautifully." ln January, the Fiobert de Cormier folksingers gave a concert in Thames Hall. Nobody was impressed much, and especially not Gazette music critic Mike Sherman who wrote that the show was "like seeing a Muzak system come to life . . . The whole business bored the living crap out of me." His criticism, however, was directed at the form of music presented rather than the performance itself, which, he readily admits, was flawless. Throughout the year Gazette readers probably noted fre- quent references to the stench of Thames Hall in one form or another. Examples of this criticism are, "The Field gym makes all music sound like the strum of a taut jockstrap", "UVVO's cultural armpit" and "By the way, did you know that for S30 Thames Hall could be de- odorized for an evening?" nd '- gf- ., f'2'Q'i: 1.1-.4 ,:, ,1 Aff? ,, STILL MCR G RLS , ,"f 1.1-i M1511 Pri ' 'I-if -22: 43,2 ,, - 5' f-5, ,,'41T4'.47a9', . ' " . 44,15 .5-w,:,i-A,-. , W9 .' . .....u-guna 4. i .4 4 5 , QW A S' 4'- ga 5 1 "' ,- U Q lain? a .9 'fe K! . , .. " 4 f Q W 1 v A I s Q x NL, a in . lg, 0 r Ja. ,nf fini" 1 4 W ..v ..., . , , 192 A ,Q w K X g s 2 S K f 1 x I bi' ' WF X Y ax 'J as Y A K XX 4 Xxx x- ,K QMS wi 'M X, ig Af f REX ,N 4 Q dx Y, wi X rf ' 3 sa X X .. Xxx X "SYS X x ,Q Wx X fm 5 XA? .X X xx N Y X? ax Q N X X Q X X X X X X X X X -.SX W Y ' 3. Y y X , N Wy K X XX Xl' www SN Q X XXX ,' Wx, HX -L ,Q X . as , '- ,, f r' y 5 X ' X f ix "23- X - 4 Xmx H K X ' 5 i QX , . we-HX: ' X N, fn- x 193 Student Government 65 in L :X fam This was the year for stu- dent activism in the Uni- versity Student's Council. The Council's emphasis was on expanded student participation in the univer- sity community. This activ- ism demonstrated itself in the activities in which the council was engaged. The USC outlined and proceed- ed to implement its basic theory of involvement in Xia the reports on Senate reorganization, the student right, to a seat on the Board, the Student Union Building, course evaluation and the structure of Arts and Science. The drift toward radicalism in the USC was not one which was permitted without struggle. Representatives of the older colleges staged vociferious opposition to the involve- ef--W W-Y v . ,. v- me V I 4.-, I sr I ' f I f a Lili ..-.7-, QF V P, 95 W' s f Z Q ,ya-. 1" use ,aww , - if is .,,, 7 :Nan 1 il it l 33' , qi il I ,l g i pi M .., 5 1 A.-..,, ment concepts. Huron, for example, opposed the principle of universal accessibility, the acceptance of which was fundamental to the policies of the USC. All of the opposition, however, did not come from the college councils. Dan Ferguson, President of MCC, was the ever-vigilant shadow of the enthusiastic and sometimes negligent USC radicals. Law rep, 'itlwa-:JU-'ff--ir:-SLN---f Li,f' Y... . , nyc, , Jn Q' is E. fe ,A 5 dp' t V X 4- -R.. gg is it 4 l ,,x it W-v lr Q. . hwy, wt, 2 , sn K: . - ff-rv HM , eww ,ts . Q.t. 'U1ii3.'Ts1Q 'nv N J 's f Twvr Tom Scoccia was another who re- fused to follow the wishes of the executive without question. As President of the USC, John Patrick was the chief proponent of the stu- dent involvement principles. Al- though an alleged conservative, he keenly pressed the Board of Governors and the Faculty for recognition of the student position in the academic community. The physical plant of the USC was also increased as the office staff and facilities were greatly ex- panded, a press was purchased to provide cheaper and faster print- ing services for the students, the accounting services and budgeting were made more sophisticated and accurate, and a consultant was engaged to do a feasibility study of the proposed Union Building. What was perhaps the most basic concern of the USC and what should be such in the future was involving the student body in more USC decisions. X. ' ' .. "ai . f, .ai Frosh Sweetheart Candidates. Photo Credit: Bill Barrett, Photography ALANA QUIN Alana, 18, another brunette, was the only London native in the con- test. Registered in Middlesex Col- lege, she counts skiing, sailing, swimming, and dancing among her hobbies. LILLIAN LUBY Lillian, 18, was Hamilton's contri- bution to freshmen in Talbot Col- lege. She likes skiing, dancing and music. If I J .f 1 wx S 'a , an aw- wfmewwff snuff LYN DA JO HAYES Lynda, 19, a brown-haired swinger in Middlesex College, Came to Western from Toronto. Her activi- ties include painting, sports and cheerleading. lu-I 'fav H573 PAM MCCOWAN if N9 ' JUDY MaCDONALD Pam, an 18-year-old Huronite, came Judy, 19, a brunette from Oshawa, from Toronto. Skiing, curling, music participates in diving, swimming, and cheerleading are her favourite skiing and music. She was regis- pastimes. tered in University College. 198 WENDY BLACKWOOD Wendy, head girl at Huron College, came to Western from Woodstock. She was active in WUSC, Sunday Nine O'Clock, Purple Patches and Kappa Alpha Theta. BARBARA BUTTON Barb, from Stouffville, was regis- tered in psychology in Middlesex College. Her activities at Western included Middlesex College Coun- cil, the ski and sailing clubs, Kappa Alpha Theta, and the Purple Spur. CAROL HUTCHINS Carol, a blonde from Willowdale, was registered in English at Brescia College. Activities at Western in- cluded the Brescia-King's College drama club, the Spanish and Italian clubs, the Inter-Residence Council and the Brescia Beacon. BEV MISNER Bev, who came to Western from Trenton, is registered in an honours program at University College. While at Western she has partici- pated in the University College Council, the Mustang Colour Party and Pi Beta Phi. 199 Miss Western Candidates Photo Credit: Beta Photos, Photography SUSAN SIMPSON Sue's activities at Western included Pi Beta Phi sorority, the History club and curling. She came from Oakville and was registered in English at University College. , wr? 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The highlight was a confrontation between NDP leader Tommy Douglas, Communist Party leader Tim Buck, External Affairs Minister Paul Martin and Conserva- tive leadership candidate George Hees. On December 2 the Hub was open- ed with Dr. Trueman and guitarist Mike Sherman sharing the honours. M X it 1 'll V11 Q' 202 f fs "Roll your left sleeve up, please. Now lay down. That's right. Just lay there and bleed. See, it doesn't hurt much, does it. No, l'm sorry, you can't leave yet. Why are your clothes so muddy? You slid all the way down to Talbot on your ass? Yeah, it is kind of muddy. No, I will not go out with you tonight. I'm not that kind of girl." 'W 4 , ,5 I 2553252 ig2?'TZ"i X T 5 ftfifukeil M L r- 3 I. .-S., V vi' wr f is fikfjls ,isiigfi if ui f fix fffvti V -Y? LJ W r 2 N . Purple atches With Purple Patches there's always the question of who gets the most pleasure out of the production, the audience or the cast. As always, the kids plowed through four months of technical tangles, minor calamities and general chaos, enjoying every minute of it. The audience reaction to the end result was mixed. Perhaps the choice of show, "South Pacific", was not the best, but the biggest mistake was venturing into pro- fessional theatre tor a director. Don Fleckser's results were certainly not on a par with those of previous student directors, particularly Mike Fletcher's work on "Oklahomal" last year. XXX .N 4 get KN. at Q31 is i Ill fer? avail? '4 ,P vt' ,,,, tffae 3 'Qs '62 'W V if qw cl I Y, S f 'iiiz 1 f fr' 1 F. A. 2, " In xg luv V' +1 Q 'I m ,J I' V -W , x. A V-. I, 1 Q A ' y Q 1 fi Ig , R .324 ,nf 1. f 1 an , -1 Q mx F I if-TV-v M x , U E S 5 W. x :M iV V if V QQ3J..f' " vu ' 1 :A , l .' .. I ' H ' , Arfrf'H fi In-I, , 2,15 -1 Er ' -' 'T V ii V V1 ' .- V , E1 ,, A ,' I .,,.. A,,, .,,,. . .f R, 4.4.162- 3 35.1-Lg ,gg 2, F Q 1 rw. 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V 1 V ' if iffiior n ' , - W ' V f 4 1541, ,l aggi- ww VM 7:-Vr , swf 212443514 , f Ti w fi V If J 4-' ' 'KN- With the opening of the long- awaited Talbot Theatre, Western's theatrical groups found a new home base. All but one or two of this season's major productions found their way onto the highly-praised stage. First was a holdover from Summer theatre, Professor James Fleaney's "Listen to the Wind" in early October, to be followed in a few weeks by a modern interpretation of lVloliere's "Femmes Savantes" by Le Treateau de Paris. The Players' Guild acquired a pro- fessional director in the person of Tim Bond for their Arts Festival production of "The Devils", and there was even a touch of The P' Players' Gu ld and other Theatrical Activities ' ,f V www- f ,rf , 7 ,writ F47 t 'r i' ' M ff, V, 14 Myh, , Bard from south of the border when the touring American Classical Theatre Company offered "The Tempest" with an American twang. For Christmas, the Guild found two unusual views of the nativity story in "The Business of Good Govern- ment" and the "Second Shepherd's Pagent". In January they moved to Second Theatre for an evening of five plays titled "Inside Out". Sandwiched into Spring with Purple Patches and Gilbert and Sullivan was the English Departments pre- sentation of "Major Barbara" under the direction of Professor George Buckley. Off campus, Western students were actively engaged in the London Little Theatre and the Grand Theatre productions. 'frrfxfww - ,145 , - i , 4. M I is TY r' 'mimivawrt 'f f ,T 5 , , 3. .- Ylr! , .N r-W Gilbert and Sullivan The Gazette called it a "musical plum". Certainly this season's Gil- bert and Sullivan Society pro- duction "The lVlikado", was a hit. Brilliantly arrayed in costumes specially designed for them, the Society's players made their first appearance on the new and ver- satile Talbot Theatre stage. In the leading roles were a new- comer, Kathy Banghart, and a veteran, Tom Stewart, as the lovers Yum-Yum and Nanki-Poo. Another G 81 S regular, lanky Ed VVard fil- led the title role. The true stars, however, were the comedy players. Slight and nimble l-larold Johnson as Koko, the Lord O as N' :Pd I 4 5 2 . it i ., 'gs 1 , I .it imp. JI' U,l':f,Nh V rf Q zzpgl P Q en., f wk 'i.!.,q . . K P, Q 'ku V! n-95-xvnq-s-.-Ft-3-fyQ .-all tiff ' Lu , -www wr ws.. S V. ,NWN x Wa S High Executioner, once again dis- played his comic talents which seem to be tailor-made in the G 8 S style. As the conniving Katisha, Becky lVlcLeod was superb. John Sabine, a perfectly pompous Lord High Everything Else, rounded out the stage stealing trio. As always, the trained vocal talent of stars and chorus was the show's most noticable asset. An additional brightener in this year's production was director Art FidIer's new updated lyrics. Art also introduced a "Swingle Singers" style number which prov- ed a real surprise to traditionalist G 81 S fans. At least some of the credit for the success of the production belongs to Chris Fthinehart's simple and ef- fective stage design. ehind the Scenes --? For every American in Viet Nam there are at least 100 who prepared him forthe task and sustain him in it. For every Westerner who gets on stage during the year, there are the behind the scenes jokers who put him and sustain him there. Somebody's gotta be responsible for properties, sets, lighting, sound, costumes, make-up, public re- lations, ticket sales, directing, prompting, managing, ushering, pimping and pampering. But des- pite their hard work and at times amazing results, it's still the actors who get the applause, eh gang? Z wg' awe iii? TACHY- CAR IA '66 A must for smut-lovers last year lat least the ones who could get ini was the medical schooI's sca- talogical Tachycardia '67, a jump- ing variety revue featuring sex, singing, sex, dancing, sexy humour and more sex. The show, presented in early December of '66, was noted for a take-off on the bungling and still infamous G 8r S Towing crew, as well as one on Batman and Robin. AF W WINTER WEEKEND "Please God?" "OK, Purple Spur." It had been warm and rainy for about two weeks, and the univer- sity was slowly oozing down the hill into the river. lt looked bad for Winter Weekend. It looked so bad that the Gazette's front page, made up Wednesday night, carried a story about out- door W. W. activities being cancel- led on account of mud. But the Purple Spur staff who or- ganized Winter Weekend are dedi- cated clean-living persons. They had been gathering in their Somer- ville office after classes, nightly for a week, in fervent prayer meetings. Their prayers paid off. Late Wednesday night it started to snow. It snowed all day Thursday. Thurs- day night the Gazette staff, who are not especially clean livers, had to tear out their front page and start Over. br. ttf ,, 'Y-7: I Winter Weekend was a wintry success. W. W. chairman, Tom Dixon, estimated that between 8,000 and 10,000 participated. Friday night's dance started the ball rolling. The London Set and Les Langley provided music, and Sue Simpson was crowned queen. Saturday, large crowds turned out for the chariot races, snowshoeing, broomball, and powderpuff football. West- Rt ii 7 3. Si ,Q W L 7 x minster's "Pinocchio and the Whale" was judged the best snow sculpture. Saturday night, The Travellers, The Modern Jazz Quartet, and comic George Carlin were enthusiastically received at Thames Hall. Clubs and Qrganizations Join, join, join, scream the posters. Sign, sign, sign, shout the members. Pay, pay, pay, says the treasurer. Ah yes, it's good ole join-a-club week at Western, those five days of campaigning along the basement wall of University College in late September, when you are asked to join, sign, and pay your way into a club, any club. Lots of clubs to choose from too. They are roughly divided into seven categories for easy recog- nition: academic, athletic, cultural, religious, political, alcoholic and sexual. There are also things like the Health Service, Sunday Nine O'Clock and Ed Hall's Roller Derby Quintuplets but they don't fit into any specific category. A year's progress sheet from the average club reads: Campaign Week - Iookit all the people at our table. First Meeting - great turnout. Moneytime - where did everybody go? Second Meeting - 1,2,3 . . . Only Function - a good time was had by all. Banquet - ran short of turkey and booze. f-'vi I 1. Q , N I' Mag' .Ae m wmww W www M, ww W4 W 4, of ,aff 4 ,M , 4 , 6 in Q, Z .Q f SX After obtaining their annual grant from the Students' Council lthe grant is your moneyl clubs are seldom heard from again unless more money is needed. Clubs like the Modern Creative Dance Club, the Psy- chology Club, SUPA and SNCC spring up like mad mushrooms and fold overnight lsometimes the same nightl and no one really gives a damn. Others like the Science Women's Society, the Polycon Club and the ISC survive for years with a few members while no one really knows what Polycon or ISC mean in the first place. Every year some clubs distinguish themselves and are known for something or other. Last year the Auto Sport Club came forth with a couple of good icy, snowy, muddy rallies with their usual share of accidents. Then there was the Sailing Club and their drowned "non-member". The Hub opened, backed by the song power of the Folk Music Society, in the basement of Somerville House. Everyone thought it nifty and even lgulpl hippy until the evening of the snowballing. After that, even the Kingston Trio looked good. 3 -34 wavy! Wg V 5 1 ,. wi-wp z-""i ffff ff My Zfdfffffi QQ, XZ ff W f V137-W r W 4 1 " is F f V I Z i , , : ! . 3 Z t V -Sq 4 i .lfag ,, ,MM - 4. - ', W0 Q7 'f . X - . 15:-2 M, f " 1- " 4 J' 7, iffy QW if ,V " M WW' A- W4t,,,Qf. , V V 'vi fbmfff- ' 'W if U71 , 'ranks-ef' ,fff W! 21,4 ,Wx ,, f V-is ' W 06, 4 2 45 f 217 Not to be forgotten was Model Parliament, that system of let's pre- tend, which folded this year be- cause the Liberal Club decided it didn't want to play any more, and as such killed the major reason for some political clubs' existence. Non-involvement was flouted when two minor-minority groups appear- ed. First was the Committee to End the War in Viet Nam jCommies, Ralph, lookit all the goddamn Com- miesj with pamphlets, threaten- ed marches and demonstrations which never did come off. Then came Easter and out of the tomb came the Committee for a Free South Viet Nam QCIA infiltrators, Johnsonites, just lookit them will you Ralph, honeyj. Although they never met head-on, the anti-niks in their army issue jackets and the pro-niks in their button-down suits stared and pointed a lot at each other in washrooms and cafeterias all across the campus. 412.2 -J 'C' 1. 'V , -4 .al , .. . .f Culture went rampant here last year with a week long Arts Festival just stuffed with things from paint-ins to concerts. Critics claimed that the Festival was, if anything, overstuffed with events all of which were unwell attended. ln reality the calibre of performance was good but seemed to appeal to a small minority of students. The academic clubs did not distinguish themselves beyond the C.l.C. trip to the johns in Chicago and a Centennial Debating Tournament held by the Debat- ing Club. The one subject for debate not on their agenda was: "Should a small group of students in such an organization as the Debating Club hang up the total student body with large bills for Centennial Debating Tournaments?" On examination of the situation, one finds academic clubs for every subject and course except Journalism and Greek, which is all right because there are al- ways the athletic clubs. The Fiowers, the Flyers and the Rod and Gunners all put forth specifically interest- ing programs which are rather self-evident and so the less said about them the better. One notable feature of the athletic clubs, however, was the swing- ing parties and ski-ins sponsored by the Ski Club in such snowy places as Collingwood, the Laurentians, and Reno, Nevada. God is dead, screamed the followers of nothing. Hell no, countered Western's religious clubs as they fostered W spiritual talk, pray-ins, and eat-ins to complete their role as campus missionaries striving for perfection in this vast vale of sin. Yeah sin! The armed forces were also among those clubs which said and did little last year. The word is out, however, that things will liven up this year with the formation of a new armed forces "club" for draftdodgers. iLookit the chickens Ralph, they're afraid to die at 18 in a mosquito-infested rice paddy 3,000 miles from home. Chickens?l If you didn't like History Clubs and the Circle K, you could always join a publication ibleahl or a fraternity isorority to you, sisteri for extra-curricular activity. The former offer you companionship, enlightenment, and a chance to get aheadg the latter offer a chance to get a head, a chance to get, and a chance. For foreigners from New York State or Ghana, the International Students Club offered a wide variety of nameless activities guaranteed to perpetuate long- standing relationships between, let's say, the South Africans and the Dutch. X R' 'F-ra.-,,.d Name-clubs iike Purple Spur and WUSC were also on Campus last year. The former are noted for Winter Weekend and their beanie- bending and the latter for selling products from communist countries during the week-long Treasure Van. Power, power, power is the key to political "groups" like the Univer- sity College Council and the Uni- versity Students' Council. They are second only to the political clubs iGrits, Tories, Etc.l in let's pretend we're as powerful as Daddy. Then there is the Canadian Union of Students QCUS or cuss to youl. Unlike the USC, which is supposed to represent you locally, the CUS is supposed to represent you nationally. Both are having diffi- culty in fulfilling their purposes. CUS appears to be too wrapped up in its internal politics to care much about unimportant things like you, the student. Purple Patches presented North Atlantic, Player's Guild happened and the Mustang Marching lmarch, marchl Band watched Western lose all those golden leaf-beaten foot- ball games. So that was clubs last year. That deal of join or be lonesome for- ever and ever. When Western's new president, D. Cartlon Williams was interviewed by the Gazette a few months ago, he emphasized that something should be done about in- volving "9 to 5 students" lthat's you bastards who go to classes and do nothing elsel. And that is partly what clubs are for, of course, to make you become involved in something, anything. And that's why clubs exist and that's why there is such a variety of them. And that's why they want you to join and Ace, that's why you join honey, that's why YOU join. So listen kids, don't be surprised if sometime soon, someone steps up to you and says, 'tSmile, you're the new President of the Osler So- ciety" and Ace, if you dontt know what it is then just pretend. Q, i i , . ef--1-M-'wwf-"':s"f'tEtl4iti:W 'K' A fi xxj 220 W f f 'fzigf' v 'Q ' r li.'Qf'c CF-PMP W-u....,.,,,,,, Www 221 N90 SUB or NOSUB? Everybody's got a Student Union Building except Western, so they say. So the University Student's Coun- cil decided to build one, which, as they will readily admit, is easier said than done. A student union build- ing committee was formed to find out the needs of the students as well as what is already offered in the way of non-academic facilities llatrines, lounges, lunchbars, etc.l Then council decided to change the name from SUB committee to Union Planning Commission and after more research and discussion, a student referen- dum was held asking you whether the hell you wanted a SUB or not to which you fthe majority of youl said yes. lOf course, you also said crest reduces cavities when we've been using alum all along.l After the referendum came more discussion and finally a brief was presented to the Board of Governors so the be- nelovent fathers could give the project the OK. To the surprise of Student Councillors and the whatthehellis- goingon of students, the fathers kindly said no. And that is where that is standing or sinking right now. i H all X., ' ?":. iii. tx Q ft ,, fi. fl-L, E DRESENT YOUR ID 'M 1? N' xl te t ' in Elwood's Auction In the Spring a young man's fancy turns to . . . well, Ellwood Lemon's idea of a good time is to clear out Rm. 112, Somerville House. As busi- ness manager of the U.S.C., Ell- wood finds it necessary to liquidate lif possiblel the lost and found col- lection each Spring by means of an auction. Although the buyers missed many good bargains, Ell- wood cleared 3340.00 this year. ESTERN Goes To EXPO '67 Western, believe it or not, was also involved in Expo '67 to a small ex- tent this past year. The U.W.O. Con- cert Band performed there and critics said they were well re- ceived. A few lucky students from the U got jobs down there for the sum- mer and not only were they well paid but they also do not have to register until the fair is over, ac- cording tothe Registrar last spring. Western students, with their com- mon law sisters, mothers and kids, also beat a fat track to the fair. 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MIDDLE ROW: Murray McNie fTrainerl, Dave Box lManagerl, Dave Oswald, Dick Schulze, Don Brescacin, Art Froese, Doug Mitchell, John P. Metras lHead Coachl. Ron Bell, Ron Prickett, Bob Israel, Boris Polishuk, Jerry Gonser lAssistant Coachl, Jack Fairs iAssistant Coachl. aim, :JA A' EM' Sf. BACK ROW: Bill lmrie, Mike Keenan, Bill Bradbrooke, Robin Wearing, Mike Arm- strong, Phil Payne, Carl Lindros, Dennis Walker, Croft Dempster, Jeff Hilton, Ed Hilder, Vern Lucyk. 'ir' i 1-?.m 230 . I 7, Q 029 by I r 2. , at Z f f 231 ,ff 'tWestern's year" and "the team to beat" were comments commonly heard around the league when last year's SIFL schedule began, but they weren't heard for long. The team that was upset in a playoff after finishing first was all back and set to win. Pre-season games seemed to bear out the forecasts, as the team swept through its opponents. But when it began to count, they died. ln the opening game Toronto's Blues, who stole the title the year before, humbled the once-haughty lVlus- tangs 45-7, as Western's offence stumbled, and the defence crumbl- ed. Then it looked like better days. The 'Stangs' grinding style of play clicked, and lVlcGill fell. Blocking, rushing, passes . . . everything worked, and they were on their way. Temporarily. They got mud on their boots, hands, and in the eye from Queens, in a Swamp-Bowl game, and then what was left of the roof fell in too. One of the teams played touch football as Queens made it two homecomings in two weeks, 33-0. Yes, nothing! But there was some relief in sight. Possibly relieved at playing Mc- Gill's hapless Bedmen again, the 'Stangs bounced them convincing- ly. Then, in the snow, they had a chance for revenge against the Blues. They played a desperate, hard-fought game, and stayed close. 5, i,, ..1f.V,,-2, ,, . . . A' K A ' n f, , , I 4' I , I , I 1 f , ' H 'N 'Ri 3: 'if 4 If 4 -fa 232 6 vs." S X -XL sl ix Q - ,..x iff as xtviv S fs xss s W. Y ln perfect old movie form, they had the ball on Toronto's one-yard line, trailed by one point with one minute to play, and handed the ball to the fullback on the first down. The game was as good as won. Except he fumbled. Fumbled right into the arms of "Them". lt was the final, frustrating blow. They couldn't even challenge, and have the chance to steal the title back. And nobody knew what hap- pened. When they played well, they were world-beaters, but when they played badly, which was too often, they didn't even stir up the action of egg-beaters. lt was a good team that placed four men on the All-Star squad, but they stumbled at the start, and never got back in line. Quarterback Israel came in for a lot of criticism, but what can you do when receivers drop passes they should be able to stuff in their 'Hr Z, , ,fy ,f r if if W , pockets, and the line falls down? lVlost of the time they tried hard, but it wasn't enough. Next year a lot of them won't be back, and the team won't be as strong, at least on paper. But then, remember the Brooklyn Dodgers, and "Ah, wait'll next year!" 233 4 TR CK, AND FIELD nv... Western's most successful team in men's Intercollegiate sports during the 1966-67 season was tget set for itl the Rugger squad. In the first year it achieved Inter- collegiate status, the team won the Turner trophy and the OQAA Championship with an 11-3 victory over McGill's Redmen. On its way to the title it recorded five wins fincluding a 34-3 drubbing of the University of Toronto Bluesl against only one loss. Leading the team through most of its loose scrums and tight scrums was rugged fullback and captain Peter Norris, a native of New Zealand. Norris, a discus thrower, was also a prominent member of the Track and Field team, which finished a close second among eight teams competing in the OQAA meet. Sparked by Dave Austin, with a 9.9 second triumph in the 100-yard dash, the trackmen also finished second in the McMaster invitation- al meet in September. Q! I ffgm W! , X X V7 Aff , , f ,Wf RUGGER TEAM-CHAMPS FIRST ROW: Robert Tanner, Jim Manson, Hando Varep, Peter Norris. Valdemars Zvanitajs, Steve Szabo. SECOND ROW: Don Young, Bill Anderson, Jim Gatrall, Derek Kersley icoachl, John Crossley, Christopher Harrop, Davis Mor- gan. THIRD ROW: Ken Ahronson, Geoffery Brown, Peter Dennis, Terrence White. 235 FOURTH ROW: Anthony Viidik, James Schultz, Michael Whittaker, D'Arcy Magee. Peter Beynon. f f, -K..- ,am ..-W., -7. . .-. .wry ', ,Q '.,. Q 'yn . .W "2-Y .-'mf'-V .J17-SMH f -1-s, li-wg 1' Am, ' -M.. ' T 14 fl?- m::23.,4, 4'-N.. ,g... ' '4-:bf-un. ' ' smp,.Pmi,.k A "-M' - ,-5 1 'ffm r .f p em-Q. ' 1.':.,-is 1 ff., t. ' 'rw -Me' if at or ,ip .. ,, -.Q .:,..-72-f l A-. ' ': ' ,f '. , 'f " 5'1" LA. . '-A 'S' so ww Dam the river, cried Rowing team coach Dr. P. C. Fitz-James during the fall rowing season. His proposal to form a lake on the lower campus by damming the north branch of the Thames prob- ably attracted more attention than the exploits of the oarsmen. But the rowers pulled their way to a third place finish in the Inter- collegiate Championship hosted by Western on Nov. 5. Earlier in the year they won the invitational Homecoming regatta for the first time in three years. As for the dam plan, it seemed doomed despite Dr. Fitz-James' as- surance that it would not only help rowing, but also help to beautify the campus. According to the coach, "When you cross the bridge now, all you can see is that stinking sewer." MUSTANG HCCKEY J ,Ammwwft s"'f W - .Q . M, . ' M as X Qt 'S ss - , - X 4 sw? New A . X 0 ll, ..,X ENXXSSX , A. - 4.53. 2511 Si . ab' 'V s 'iv " - M , ,K ,zaw-F ! isbn 'N 1 ' 'i ff. K N ss. 4. SK gg 4 N X fb? 1 "" wp F X ' x ii nm., .. ts -........-. . The hockey Mustangs started the 1966-67 season standing in a large blue shadow from Toronto. The Mustangs were pretty good, and they knew it. And the hell of it was that everybody else did too but no matter who you talked to around the circuit, they all said the same: "Sue Western's good but no- body will beat Toronto this year." Well the pundits turned out to be almost right . . . Toronto lost only one game all year and coasted all the way to the Canadian College Championship. Back around the beginning of No- vember, coach Ron Watson and his 15 charges were thinking of two things . . . beating the Blues and going to Edmonton in the spring to represent the Ontario-Quebec Ath- letic Association in the Canadian Championships. They started well enough, swinging through an exhibition schedule with local Junior "B" teams and looking good enough. K .W H 4. ' -' 945 a""m 6 ,- sq .W ,.i. ,I-. J., , I, X . ., . ifjyz X ,f ' 25 rf ff www - ff , ' ,.M.v,.X,Z, , .Zrfy ,J A , I 4 .2 ' ,- ,V ,',.,Tf . if " T' L' ,J 2' W? fm I 5 Q I C 2 0 ' if jr., -.1 .,, The team's most valuable player from the year before, Larry Babcock was gone, but another All-Star, goalie Gary Bonney was still in camp kicking out shots as adeptly as ever. In the season opener, Western handled McGill Ftedmen with ease, beating them 7-1. Western fans were ecstatic, but as they found out, one game does not a season make. ln the next game University of Montreal edged the Mustangs 6-5. The Mustangs won nine over the season, and lost five, good enough for third place behind Waterloo. Toronto's only loss was to the McMaster Marlins by a score of 2-1. if-F 5 . we Pg!! Along the way, Western lost an exhibition game to Cor- nell at Ithaca, New York and managed a split in two games at Houghton against Michigan Tech Huskies. During the Christmas break they travelled to Detroit for the Great Lakes tournament and came away the big losers. They lost to Michigan State and the Huskies again. Then it was back to Canada and the rest of the schedule. Like we said, they finished third alright, but there was nobody beating Toronto. ln the playoffs the Blues were too much for everybody. Waterloo eliminated Western in the semi-final round spoiling the 'Stangs last chance to get even. hug Maw:-1ummxtw,,1s wskQf-.sMax.,sm :ww ,sa ss. ws. f M -swsvkwsxwmsmwmmmsa1mr- WAT R SPORTS Western swimmers had their best season in many years. While their record in dual meets was seven losses and four wins, that's four better than '65-'66, and most of the losses were against such powerful American col- lege teams as lVlichigan's Albion College, Western Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Wayne State, Bowling Green and Notre Dame. df, ., 1 ky, Ai' 'wb -gi AL V ' 3 -1. j I , . ,, ,. . f 'N' 't :Hauer .. 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M "bv t . f , - A fs ' yr ,.prQfJ' QQ 'Q ilu' sl Y 4 f E., 1 'MW Nfigrgr A r 4, kts X Q33 5, 'fc Mm Y ' ,wg A 'X2,,5?':x'W'f K ,S . I fi X 'ax , L x 5 -, H., r f N ' ' fn . In , J., ajgg 5 , if , ,, in U PM fsj5QXggfs.f S tg, gg, .ag in is f., A We wg H i .' gh , I" 5 X' Q 'l -' a Q is at S A EEZ N Q 'Qi' Vw 'W' . lg lg . " .- safe? faggtj ,ZWHQN . sim: MM J is ,,,XM,'s?f1fi,t3c,,tt,,y. , i X Mir, ' ,A ' fy Q if W 0 5: nw www, rsiax mg -i ' s, ' "X Y tip , ' V -lr .1 f .yt1', fb? wav- i ' fl ag 3, Qisgazw ' , ull' f'?,L,f,m:tfz,,s1f ' Ym,- .A V mf -1 .wi 1" ,,,,,,.,.-M Then in the O-QAA finals at IVlcIVIaster, Western placed second to Toronto. The scores were as follows: Toronto 135, Western 87, McGill 56, Guelph 47, Queens 47, McMaster 11, Laval O, Montreal O, and Windsor O. Ot the 14 Western swimmers, five were named to the O-QAA All-star team and one to the Canadian All- stars. Conrad Odegard went with Canada's team to a dual meet in Pittsburgh against the American stars. As far as the girls are concerned, they also managed to come up with a second place finish in their division. Perhaps next year we can hope for better things using this year's team as a basis and a bit of luck with the freshette crop. J.-fm ' MIWQ t sw- X ' iff. .V f ' 'ii sA3f,.-.wwf V, ,..v.1.f-Q ' i F: " ifg g-3. 'WT' , - . " ' - JSQN ,N -, D Fwy . a s -. . i A t Lg, 5- t t-1 2, rf ,, 1 amy, i s ax H gt . -5 - " : fi 5' rq m , .. - Q A' 1, Q f ' J Q- 4 i- J, - r . , , 'fi iritff L, WRESTLING Spearheaded by a solid contingent of veterans, Western's wrestlers came within one point of capturing the OQAA Championship meet, los- ing out to the University of Guelph. Charlie Nixon, bulwark of the Western brigade season, won the and was named standing wrestler. throughout the 130-pound class the meet's out- 242 W a L ,215-563 wi 55.1 e" -'fr-EU ' ,N ,- My N,-4 " 'fgfiifg ,lf Q-p,., X ' . .49 'Q 1 i 3 ii Captain Pete Lockyer was a constant early season winner in the 191-pound class. The Gazette even published one picture with the simple caption "Lock- yer wins another". The wrestlers had an over- all record of five wins and four losses in two-team meets as well as a third place finish at the Guelph Invitational Tournament. More than half the meets were with American clubs indicating that we can hold our own against some of the best grapiers there are. lt was an almost season for Western's basketball Mustangs. At the end it was second place and the main reason was the Windsor Lancers. In January, Windsor took Western 89-76, putting themselves into first place in the standings at that time and Western into second. The game was notable for some ner- vousness by the Mustangs, and a total of 56 fouls by both teams. Our jitters could be partly ex- plained by the fact that we were playing the champs of the year before on their home floor and our squad was virtually a new team. The teams' second meeting ended with a score of 103-88. Western was outpointed and also outre- bounded to the tune of 60-29. And after the Mustangs finished second to the Lancers in the regular season and beat Queens' Golden Gaels in the first game of the OQAA playoffs, they were knocked out 92-80 in the final match by, naturally, the Windsor Lancers. Fouls hurt Western in the finalg three players couldn't go full out full-time, because they were close to fouling out. lf the Lancers were Western's big- gest obstacle, an ex-Lancer, guard Bob Horvath, was one of Western's greatest assets. 2 i M N. A ' ' " r, w W. ,L , wma f iW""slW--n.w . 1 ,, i T is Horvath was the experienced player, the veteran star on a starting line-up which had, besides himself, two fresh- men and two sophomore players. "The other players lifted themselves to his level, often playing above their heads so as not to let him down," says coach Jerry Gonser. One of the starting freshmen was Marnix Heersink, a 6' 4" centre who made the OQAA all-stars and led Western scorers with 172 points in ten league games. Horvath, one point behind him, was a unanimous choice for the all-star defence. A winning season began well when the Mustangs clob- bered University of Guelph Redmen 107-41, scoring the most points ever recorded by one team in the Thames Hall gym. X " ',.. En 112' str f X 'X AQ?-R10 150 A: F t ful, , 'Q ,, ' rd...,.-.1 ,.,i,a , t,.ww.,........,:3 .... , .. -..... .N ' fr-f ' "' ' 'M ,.. ,,...n " ,..,f-- may .Y 1 as 1 it 25, 2 v 2 5 w ,Z 42 1 ' R 7 'im g X ww 9' Later they beat Wayne State Tartars 84-70 in an ex- hibition game at home before 1,200 cheering fans. The victory broke a string of losses to American basketball teams extending back for years. And then there were bad nights, as when Eastern Michigan University Hurons disposed of the Mustangs 108- 50, or when they were being thwarted by the Lancers. 246 ,- it ....4---- Q N ynfwko ...EMM Wh A 4 'Qj 0 f ' .eq .. I , lunar E, ,,..,, .,,,, - 11 'T .- 'IV SWF? ? 5 . aim! X xv 'r bas- - an-1 , M f 6 ,,,., - Mn f A mmar .payee 1 'W fm 'T ,W M JW ' Q "',w.fWa1f, 1 an ef 6 Z Q' -1- ff " 1 Ay Ms- f . 5 Y J' K Z5 'W lv W-.,., ,N :Xi 555,14 Qi :N ---- -- V- -7 S.f,e!i- j ,xy-.' , fs If s X1 X, X Q X N. X X is X f ,f S Q x X se Ss W: 247 . f' X Q. si mix. NA ,N x s t 4 'X I , ,V N . , , ., 'Q X X ,X , , X-is X V A vt? Western didn't have a tall team, so speed and a pressing type of defence were employed. A half- court press, sharp outside shoot- ing, and 35 points by Doug Morton brought the Mustangs one of their two wins over the University of Toronto Blues. On some occasions the first team lapsed and Western was led by its fighting reserves. The Mustangs ended up in second place but everyone will agree that they tried harder and provided top notch entertainment for those who went to see them. They were a team we can all be proud of. Q! 1, 1 X X x T X , 5:-Q ,T .,., if v IVHSCELLANECDUS ,,. , f',,f , A 1, 'l A,Y,'s,.,.,X..- ,, A f AFL fi g V 'f f A :JI "1.sN-as ' ' X L B Q JE! ,ng .2 , A ' jf ., 1 '31, fy u "H vf , ' 'f mf .fx .':.: u th ,. ., A - Q, ,mint -a,,,Ng ,- Yi MQ: 1 -' ' ' ' S, i , fef:v.,5'. Q .Q 2152" . 3 I' I., 1. -31 . . 4 Va 4 I vhs! x Hn ,. . M wi x 1. V J, Then there were the small sports. Like there was badminton. Western's players shuttled their shuttlecocks over enough nets to finish second in the intercollegiate badminton league. The tennis players were good enough at knocking balls about that they won the Western division tennis championship but lost out when they met the Eastern champs. The squash team got squashed down to third place while the soc- cer team finished well out of the money. The men's volleyball team tied for second place which means they must have come a lot closer than some to winning a championship. The girls' hockey team came close also. They ended up in second place in the Western division. That isn't far from first either. We don't like to talk about the golf team. They sank some fab- ulous putts but finished fifth. We'lI give them a tee for effort. In interfac sports, University Col- lege accumulated the most points with 211 while the Engineers gained only 64 points to wipe up the rear. But of course, they've got bridges on the brain. . :Q H "1 n , W H- if' x ,, V .- 1 ,, f-X E , s ,Q 1 sz .gi J onli The thing about girls sports is you can watch the games or you can watch the girls. That's how Western teams got headlines in the 1966-67 season like "Nice Girls Finish Last". But Western's nice girls didn't always finish last. Often enough they finished second. Take archery. In the Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Union indoor archery tournament held in Toronto on Feb. 4, Western's team coach Mrs. Elfrida Berzins, Evelyn L .L l N6 ,S Rs. NNY " S.. I, .,...,,.. , ziaz.. I J 1 ,, 1 4,4 ,V , . Zifffg f it L f ygaf 4 ' f f . ' ' I ,644 f ,Z"?- Z5 , 727 I, 0, , r . 4225 X . W .A :A if dggy jw V 45 Q ma , X . Mk ,f ,M f 5 ,go 'bye A .f I .. f ' W L 1, 4 f Q ' V I . , f' ' KH 15" , 7 9 ' 1-i a Viz. gf 'f ,1f.,fff,Z',yr,' ,y rw , 1 fi .5 NVQ" 75 Q., V fx f T i7ff'rf1ff"fff' M527 ' ' 4' s ff V I fr W' ' 4 fi ,. 'M ? ft W' W . 'ff if arxff ffz, ww '. ft-4 Q r ,rf if f ,M f r :ff 4 f I ,, Z 'r Q My Q. 4 f f, . W, , T if T .' '4 4 --fy.: 4.1: an -'gnzfgnq .tw , :,. Q- X 7 W-was mg-4-Q-.f-1-an-r-e--r Aylqht- fl y4GMhoff.WfmyW tw f .4 fm wwf ., f I Z M4 7 ff 37 . , X f da git' 'bs . . fi 5 W " 1 ' T 4 .3 Van Eck, Margot lVlcHenry, Gloria Koenig, and Peggy Keyes finished second - behind U of T. Take curling. In the final invitational tournament, again in Toronto, Queen's edged out Western by four points for the WIAU championship. Take swimming. In the five-college final at lVlcGiIl, Western's speed swimmers came through to capture first place in their section and an over-all second. Lead- .,.,., A? my A . 4 ' 4 A. " .Q " . f ' dv f W ,: W4 if if ff Qt f wil tl 4: ..N-....,-a-M2-.x:....-.5.,t.... .tt , , - ing the way were Janice Walker, who set a new record in the 50-yard freestyle, Sharon Spicknell with a first in the breast stroke, and Judy lVlacDonalcl, third in diving. The second place finish was actually a small step down. The year before Western lost by only one point and the year before that, they won. But for a real descent, take volleyball. You're right, second again. Beaten out by Toronto, after wins over Queen's, Guelph, lvlcGill, and lvlclvlaster. The record doesn't sound bad, and it isn't, but it came after 13 straight years in which Western's girls volleyball teams had captured the Intercollegiate Championship. Another Western victory string remained unbroken. ln late February, the girls' basketball team whipped McGill 60-20 to clinch the WIAU title for the sixth year in a row. Western won all three games in the six-team, two-day tournament, led by Jean Richardson with a total of 31 points for the set. Since 1962, Ewa Western has won 20 straight games in tournament play. The girls made the switch to men's basketball rules for the first time this year and everybody seemed happy about it. Field hockey ithese girls hit each other with hard sticksl was another big sport for Western. The field s H 1 ! 4, xy cmx N' W X K . hockey team took four straight games in the Intercollegiate cham- pionships and tied with the Uni- versity of Toronto for first place. Along the way, the squad shut out Guelph, McGill, Mclvlaster and Waterloo. Top players included Bernice Wilkinson, Edie Podnieks, Elaine McRae, and Verilee Payne. N ,. 1 5 5 a r O 1 254 fiiijifffgif . llQB3g bwg?i :- 5. 1 lmgalgll Z: g l '3- .., D 4 sr f- L QL - sw! f ...Q 1. .JE Lg. I- "-f':l,- --,Y ' WDP' PWQ W If ' R li 'Ev f l ff! 'Img uf -3 u: .fy T E lx 1 FE Q L1 ' 3 ca 4 3 L: 5 L1 '-i I 21 Mg' I 1 3 'E ' l a ll 351 nl X1 e oven? A "' QE 'LU fn , :: a.'v,:.g'M ,W I LL A nag:- Y 1"'?i 'z Nw BX w FUN Up xx -E iC4 HQ1l!qW,1rgg:QQ, m y U ' A fvaql WHQ I..., 'ww um I, , 1 V Illlq C' W1 E EWJMW s -T ' b M,gjlQg?gELl-gmsfi b . Ll I it all Lyla JH Wim 3 - !UNNmy,1HIt E N 1 Ll num 'rllr ni A It Pts I Y 'E+ i"'V !lTiU'u1' H "W 5 mmiu m L1 fg A 'IW-'G l'lf 1Q4u ' ' . M ' '- ,1- w M U1 NWI 11" un 5 ,, I, "1-HW: '- . - A ' Jmllwgs " ' - Y k ,3rfJ1..-. - 2- g ,J ' -:5:j'lTl --.. ....., - V i V- . U, V . ,, , 75 BEF- IE l ' 'fm by ,, E' 9 'ge iff -WMM - ry. .-Q., .jgk 1 y wx I Kaiwjmgf-., fm n, xi ""., M 2 FR' 'bw H- . 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They found rats in their building. nr. as te- , "" an if A SJSU M yi. cg? - ,. 5 X ig, 'fisiff . Y Q get "Wikia ,HEY 7 .vfiznw 271591 -3-ffxcw .rf -f fy Lf, fi 77' 9.3 51 ': - V-ff 4 '55 -4. my Mix' K V 1.549 Xe, -. "saw-M AM M :A . . fig, ymw mf' Q. if 3 43 ..- , za.. - 1 U. Q x,"-' , 'M '1Qs:':i:-fgx x-A A - X : ,.3,-1 - . - ,,.,.,,A,--K ,...N, Q 7, H-Q. , me-.. ,mcg ,V iww- 4-.4 smwv. .. Q A .Q 1..- ' Af.: 15. I ' '. .-'A.g, .-. Q . .. 'st' -I i 'iw 5 ..- -Vx W, H, Nvuw... --.A Af..-fr-' lh-Q4 ,..,'- W ...acq- -. 'K '--N -wr. y - .,- ' r K .ff L' . I if .1. 'IN ff' 258 if 'D L.. - A I x 4. , I A. ' 0 V ' o X I I A 4 v", JL That made them ask for an extermi- nator. They found they had too many roommates. That made them ask for a fee rebate. They ran out of toilet paper. This time they asked for back issues of the Gazette. They almost got flooded out dur- ing the spring rains, and they de- cided to ask for air mattresses. Geography professor Packer warn- ed the University that they were building Delaware on a flood plain, but they didn't listen. As the 17" , Q, Till? " . .17-41. fav. Z L-4"-T-'Wllil 259 -'kj ' Q' ' , 'musk ffm We -if 1 3? U- - ,. 1 L I waters rose relentlessly, Packer chuckled fiendishly. But this year the rain stopped. Then the guys at Sydenham thought it might be fun to attack some girl who was walking past their build- ing . 5 . So they did and got a real kick out of it from a residence official who wasn't laughing. He placed the res- idence otf limits to all girls. The gang at Colonnade, who weren't supposed to be living there anyway since it was closed to stu- dents last summer, also had quite a bit of fun. Everybody who was there for the many parties Homecoming week- end remembers the broken beer bottles and barf in the stairways and the bricks that bounced off the next-door apartment building., kg -fre, A-X - a by if 1 ,gf ai , i 260 4? ' EM! Q L' s xx" up 4:1 ,r f , if diff , vs I-.4 ill X , I, SX Colonnade residents also remem- ber hearing the manager's ulcer start to bleed whenever anybody set off the fire alarm, usually on Sunday nights just after Nightcap. London firemen also remember the Colonnadeg especially the water bombs that greeted them every time they answered a call there. Well, all that's over now, because next year, they say, students are definitely not going to be admitted, at least not till next year. 5-Af 1 Q L vt ,Sv f-mags iff V www. E me ' 'Ga Ai W ff E X New bww f ' 'W S 4 , -yn 5 'fs 1 ' bj1?"' via l ff N -Y 311 ' , Q S 'B Wi ' f ' Y ., , ,I,Jg5::, Q " 3 V, NL: ,V WQSQJ. 1 ' -, Qfrfiw ,L g ala ,M 1: ' iw ff l .J X 7 S 1' X? fic? 3,4 5 fr 4 'Y ' F sms, 5 .f z ' J r Jfflif 44, 5 , X 5 sw SQ 'aff Wo 'QM K A 1 - If wx g Q. , .. bs- iff, 'rs 'Z , . . f Nag Q 7 p t ' 43,3 -FV k, . -g 1 me-, '1 15? , W ,. A, i i?" " if4' , ' fy Q A . V ,ef 4 x w. f'9 J vw-7 1 fflv 'TR Most other residences passed a less eventful year. One noteworthy thing the gang at Westminster did was try to blackball Gazette Editor Jim Schaefer. They couldn't do a very thorough job, though, because their curfew bell rang and they had to stop and go to bed. Other than that, the lads at the King played poker and didn't have to worry about getting kicked out, while the girls at Spencer had their early morning jaunt via the LTC past Delaware, and on to their 8:30's. Sirk ff. R W 'gil , 159' , 2,1iihlgwm-,VV ,v,, L . ,. , Wf W, ,Wffww aw . 'who ,,-,,w4f! . Z f W 'fy fl W ,, ky In , ,,,. Z , A - - 4 A ft 1' ..-Q' fs-4 . Bd? f 1- ' 4 PM Af ww' -I V "'-49 ' 52 Ximkm Q3 1 M 2?- 43 ff-Y Kim 264 IS K EV fs ag 'VV D . 1 , " fr 31' ' A-151+ i 1 5 , f 4 ' ,ff -- , f, Y ,f 'z,, ,f ff f f,-gg.-g , 5, w,.,,i-' ,. 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Bank of Ivlontreal Canada's First Bank 286 HHN!! IS IKM!!! I f S!1lN'l'lXt. li XX Y N f...r , 1. ' A I in B341 ' 'NNN X..-I X smmmrx Rafah A. an X wk, Xa irfi x X K' 1 'X - "HT 1 - " if 1- 'N X F ""fT"' Qwximg, ff, gk x ,.v.w',.:.""""'-s '35 "-ffwm .mf 0 k'g'5 1 A my 'x A, gt 2? Vg if 'Viz 'V , '55, Q, W I p 2 We 287 'WM 5-my ' u.Wfarf"'9'Hp ',,,' " .F V ,y,. 5 , 1, 'f fksf 1. f W7 ,fewfsw ' W -'W'-rl" K 1, illwwl' I Qu.: mf .uri ug In .. ,- 2 U Pm... X. 'ik , Q29 W iff Q rw I I' fx A ,af -ws . Vx , MTW C35 'N 7X ,K j x i K 'ig .ff gig ,uynv Q r' of Good Luck GRADUATES of 1967 May your motoring be SAFE, PLEASANT, and ALWAYS WITH 5 l.I I1 ERTEEI CANADA'S ALL CANADIAN COMPANY 4' "Lf-f' "X X4 A f f ,V . A A f ff F-- -I- 495' 5' ' Y , 'K n , . 3 bn , ' A 'W w. ,Ia A Tig if . f 'ff T If X1 M fi-N ' lj: T iw. 4 f i wiyl ,K 1 Q -I 1 .gk 8 sv K an X' ""'x,' Aftlixxkgifaf ,4U' -4 ,sb 'wywwfflf A 4533, N ,,,,m N. in 3 7' . "sr ' , 4 Y. a' K A ,Eff X M' y . . -'L 1 , V ,- , 'K "'.A ' ' M x 1' f ll ff X A xy N Y u The Food Service Staffs of the UNIVERSITY CDF WESTERN CNTARIO WISH THE 1966 GRADUATES THE BEST CDF EVERYTHING IN THE YEARS TO CQIVIE A . . . ciilumwnnda, 'K' deluxe ice cream DRINK. . . gizwwwfa, and be HEALTHY Silvemood. fDnLr.i.es,.fimi1I:ed. b . 1903-64 YEARS - 1967 What price education? It is beyond price! Education cannot be bought, borroyyed, or inherited. The only yvay to obtain it, is to earn it. Stelco recognizes its value, and the in- creasing need for it, in todays highly-competitive atmosphere . . . and also recognizes that specialized education is denied to many deserving young Canadians through lack of funds. This is yvhy Stelco sponsors a program of assistance to universities, technical schools, and students across Canada, by proyiding awards, scholarships and bursaries in Technology, Engineering, Science, Business Administration, Teaching, Commerce, and Finance, For further information on this program, or on a career in steel, vyrite to Stelco's Head office in Hamilton, Ontario. THE STE El COMPANY Of CANADA, LIMITED Hamilton amd Montreal A Ctrrmdian-owned company Wlll1fiJl9S offices .across Canada, .ind representatives in print lptil overseas nmrkets 66 PR.5B 292 Hd' lb mf, NYSA! is xx is ma. .wwf x.,-r"' ,-M -K ,. -4. Q ww?-1 Q- ' ' xe ' 0- 293 l"f , Q i f li ' , .,' ...:- Ar Y iw MQ . .g-3,2 X ' p Qs "V'A 30" Wil! - X-1, F '- W .' V, ' "'S+ 'f,,.g ' 2. Q V f 5-... 1 v 1 up! 1 . fd 1' W Q lx'-'K x , 1 5' Q fp n 4' 5 I, "- Br' 1 1 .N M I 294 1 ss. 'rg 1-P' Y if 1' NE i I if XX ,i s wx! x vi Q i it 'O i .f 'iii ,z Q. h ,:-- I! 4 r w .-sr. Nm 'iygf X' 'N ,sr xr? A z , 2 - - -X N. 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"THE PAPER BOOK SHOP" 5000 Different Paper Back Titles To Choose From LOWER FLOOR Mill-lvlmu One Location: 240 Dundas St., Opposite the Odeon MAIN FLOOR Books Fountain Pens Games School Supplies Statignery Drafting Supplies Office Supplies Juvenile Books Stamp 8i Coin Supplies Leather Goods Art Supplies Photo Albums Greeting Cards for Every Occasion Best Wishes for a Successful Future PHOTOGRAPHER 212 Dundas St. London 295 TTY Compliments of , f, lllllllTE Pnmunsi KEN at in an l ONLY ' STUDIOS To 0 'ne ra ua ion ZONE! F Pgrtrgitst E " 644 Dundas Street London, Ontario PARKING 7 UUAH T0 6230 RH 4'-5-P rbw AWAY zone DIAMOND SPECIALISTS NASH ,H JEWELLERS Official Jewellers to the University of Western Ontario l 182 DUNDAS ST.-London, Canada S T U D Registered Jewellers American Gem Society Joh B. Nash, Arts '34 THRou PARKING AT ANY TIME T 0 W A W A Y ZONE N3 va wi I if I, N7 I? f I 55 I f t Q f 27 2 W 5 51 A time for cheering... A time for thought... A time for remembering and looking forward, too. At Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Canada's Centennial year has a double meaning - our bank was also founded in 1867. This year is a time of reflective pride for all Canadians. A time for looking back to the great moments of our past. But it should be a time for us all to look forward, too- a pause before a new beginning. On groundwork laid one hundred years ago we at the Commerce, like all Canadians, will build still more- achieving a still greater century in the years to come. CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE 1967- Our Hundredth Year of Banking Service 'W C XNF. Y Y .- I 1,.,-.4,'-.M-1425-ff ff G 1, fr ' , W ' f. S fr. tk, sax.. . S' 'Z MQQ f ' , 2 J f J Y '- rf 1' - A I , I' , ,Inst , N AFF'l 10 ITRAI' lC .IA A ,Q rye N MWAWAW REAR UF LIBIIARY 9 o K K. G. Ahronson R. C. Aiken W. Anderson P. A. Angeles A. M. Armitt B. M. Armstrong B. A. Bailey S. W. Behie Fl. Bell Fi. W. Bereza P. K. Beynon W J. Blackwood D. Booking D. E. Box W G. Bradbrooke G. J. Brandt D. A. Brescacin G. Brown J. H. Burton B. A. Button D. R. Campbell J. G. Caplan J. J. Carrigan A. W. Carrothers T. J. Casaubon J. Cipparone O. Collisimo W. Cornell V. P. Cronyn J. Crossley P. E. Crunican D. C. Dempster H. P. Dennis R. M. Dillon Mother Dominica W. J. Dunn J. Fi. Fairs H. M. Farris D. S. Ferguson A. Froese D. A. Garland J. Fi. Gatrall J. Gonser G. A. Graveline G. E. Hall C. J. Harrop J. Havelka L. J. Hayes D. M. Hibbert 235 73 235 49 72 230 55 230 230 230 235 199 74 230 230 40 230 235 55 199 230 58 71 74 24 230 230 70 69 235 28 230 235 75 73 73 230 58 54 230 230 235 50, 230 45 18, 19, 68 235 27 198 31 K. H. Hilborn G. E. Hilder J. M. Hilton T. L. Hoskin A. D. Hough J. C. Hutchins B. G. Hutchison W. C. lmrie M. K. Inman R. J. Israel W. D. Jenkins J. F. Jukes K. K. Kangas M. J. Keenan P. l. Kennedy D. Kersley N. P. Kitchen E. P. Larocque L. S. Lauchland C. B. Lindros L. V. Luby V. J. Lucyk J. A. MacDonald P. McCowan W. J. McDougall D. A. McKellar L. A. McNair F. M. McNie Ft. M. McQueen D. F. Magee J. D. Manson W. Martin J. P. Metras B. A. Misener D. H. Mitchell D. S. Moore M. C. Moore J. G. Morden R. D. Morgan J. G. Murray L. E. Neal J. T. Nicholson P. J. Norris R. G. Oatley A. D. Osborn D. J. Oswald J. E. Patrick P. Payne Mother St. Pierre 36 230 230 70 230 199 54, 59 230 69 230 59 57, 60 56 230 55 235 60 72 51 230 198 230 198, 200 198 59 41 57, 60 230 59 235 235 230 230 199 56, 230 35 58 72 235 60 71 25 235 54 71 230 54 230 37 INDEX Pollschuk G. Prickett M. Quinn C. Beaney Ridley K. Robbins S. Rose J. Rossiter G. Rowe W. Schaefer D. Schultz H. Schulze E. Scott Seldon C. Sessions Shakespeare N. Shervill E. Simpson W. Stewart T. Sulyma J. Szabo Fi. Tanner J. Tasker C. Tasker W. Trueman S. Turner Varep Viidik A. von Kuster B. Walden M. Walker H. Warwick A. Washburn K. Watson Wearing Wearing E. Weber B. Weldon J. Wetlaufer C. Williams B. Willis W. White J. Whittaker Young Zvanitajs 230 230 198 29 34 230 39 71 74 57, 60 235 230 75 26 48 60 75 199, 201 30 54 235 235 230 230 74 72 235 235 73 44 230 69 55 70 230 230 230 68 75 68 69 235 235 235 235 l . ,A f' l .-t 47" " 19 E A :J 4' ' "V 4 - --t:'K'l?: -.nfl mi, .',Qff.b. sf' fp ' QNQQX ?7?x,if6 I X Q U X 'Q iv, U A. rrfsxx ,g.,f. ... -,Q-.1 . sv f 5 J A- i wi-3 l.,, rex! X . Q' X 55.45" '-', V Tw ky- 31 3'mftu 'Miers . f".ff.I' . l .ef M7132 ij' .I Q,-xqg'4" x x , l -Y' 'I-'fbi ' :L iv i v my : Tir til nfl -.41 '9'1Yl' A f' 3 5 - rl ses.. .. - r . f- fi. 'ff'Vi'oif" 4 fr- ' K ' - . 1.1! ff' if? ' nv. 59153111-3.1: ',.ji., J .1-'-is-r.ff.s I+.. 'f ,ins fiat: 5 Q SQ -vigil: --.-Li, K 6: 1 iii' M921-r 'r Ut A . qs- my.. ,t e -1 - f fi vu 14' L' I! , , PM i lf: if ,, if W +ff97.gf'sA1.E.! ' A lj . wwf'-'vjg-lffsan ft 551a1rrx.a:a1wf-1 A ' .. if -.4 xl". . 8 ' "J'1"1w'i'L95 1 'allay 4' 'BJ -, .- 'V ' n if ' M F9 ix N fr X ' Q In vw? 'Q- A ' r- X. ., , 1 ,f 1 ,.-0' if 1 4 Q Mika S if We X, AQ S xi? ,. if K 1 vm, Q' X X 'xii NWA' x EDITOFVS PUSTSCRIPT With the finesse of a pregnant glacier you have sifted your slim hands through this volume and have arrived here, here at the end. And the year, last year, 1966-67 at Western was revived in kindred spirit for just a moment, as you turned page after page and the pictures and words greeted your anticipating mind. So now, you fair reader, gentle reader for in case you can't read yet . . . fair, gentle picture-lookerl, you have come to what is the finish of this masterpiece of master- minded singlemindedness and l ask you . . . what the hell did you get out of it . . . and further . . . was there any particular point to get out of itg or was Occidentalia 1967 just like Occidentalia 1966 and '65 and '64 and '6Oeon? Ah yes, there was a point, a definite point of view, and if you did not grasp it or care to grasp it then you will easily equate this work to the others in your archives. Occidentalia 1966-67 has been an experience for myself and my staff. It has been the experience of collecting all the trivia and non-trivia that was last year and throwing them together and mixing them and gleaning the better parts to present to you, the reader for picture-lookerl, so that OXY is not simply a picture book, or a public rela- tions job for the University fwe'll let others try to take fl! ff, In . ,J wi it EK 5 W A care of thatl . . . no, OXY is a memory, a mood which happened last year and which we have tried to re-create or partially re-create for you in these pages. So it is in a sense, a souvenir of the mood of Western last year. The year of leaves and booking and hockey and booze and marks like other years . . . except last year had a special meaning, a special flavour which no other year has had or will ever have for you or for us. Oh, it isn't anything definite, and for each one of you it is probably something different, but it is there. And for us, we have tried to get an impres- sion of these special ingredients and present them to you so that you can go away from this book feeling that you remember, through these pages, this past year at West- ern a very real way. 301 Technically, you will notice some small changes in the format of OXY. There are fewer small pictures bunched together and a lot more copy . . . words to you the reader . . . because we decided at the outset that to create the desired impression we would have to use more than small pictures with un- funny captions . . . rather we would need to use meaningful pictures and utilize words like putty, to fill the gaps. You will notice no crusades in these pages, no caustic rebukes or dam- nationsg no godly appraisals of praise . . . that is not our job . . . nor, more importantly, is it part of the job which we cut out for our- selves, for a mood, an impression is hard enough to create without throwing in editorial bias. That we leave to the Gazette and the lovers and mothers that pass for staff therein. Ah ah ah now . . . no re- bukesg after all, a lot of pictures and copy and time and work was done by Gazette staffers for this volume of OXY. As well, I, the editor, had some few staffers to call my own who were my own and did not belong to the PIayer's Guild or the Gazette or the RCMP or all three, and I want to thank D. Ft. Brown and I want to thank Bonni Nlorley and Jim Schaeffer and Tom Rossiter and Wendy Wilmot and Elwin Moore and Evan Browne and Paul Shakes- peare and Bill Thomas and all the other staffers and non-staffers who helped in the critical way in which only they could help. And now that that is over and I have stated my purpose and noted the changes and thanked my staff, I can call this a day or a night or a summer or a year and leave you, fair readers with your OXY and my closing words. From late summer's early dead leaves, I walk towards the exit-entrance sign of the gates At Richmond Street Where the stagnant city and you meet. And I stand there and look back at you And wonder . . . Really wonder. l've been here a long time . . Not years so much as time . . And so I know have you. And in this time I have, I feel, been in a period of suspended animation Where my computer brain received instructions To aid it through the something else That is the stagnant city, Stagnant world. And now I have chosen to go And you cannot keep me within these gates as I must Venture beyond. So I stand here on departing And whistle And whisper And wonder And wonder again And you come to my mind once more as I realize That I am leaving you behind, You, The tingling life that is Western in Its obnoxious libraries and sulphurous science Iabsg And you, Who have followed me from the football field to The editor's chair, From my favourite friendship to summer holidays. What is there now that I have that I can call You Or me Or anything? Have I been lost in the dream of another man? Have I loved the wrong place, The wrong scent, The wrong people? Where am I inrespect to where I am going And where oh where in Heaven's good name Have I been? It is ended And I know that it is gone And I can go. The bars have lifted And I have passed under them to face that Stagnant, searing world And I feel sorry And glad And anxious All at once as I realize that somehow With forces up and down around me, With maps to guide the way, With turns of turnstiles, l have just arrived . . . And finished . . . At Western. Lyle A. McNair ,772 din' 4 f 'jgvif ' ., , 1, Wigik jgla 'jf yg-ag ,K -bb K .1 X . vi wwf 1 Hg .T xg' ' , , , V , I I 5 JH , f' ' f 5,52 1 -' an ,f -- "":9lIv' " 1 f,.g-541.-ff X . ft , Ny, X., . .W ff M- fff ,WW ww W! -xx 3 Y W f f Off! AUTOGRAPHS ,4.. ffrQMvLgfG+3,!"jCZJ"""'LfZ:l"'J gfjwk Ml. 7lA4JML.125 JIM' jg! 4.'2f1fn.4 3 1833 03619 2208 1878 1959 TH E UNIVERSITY OE WESTERN ONTARIO O ANNUAL SPRING CONVOCATION fthe 204th Convocation of the Universityj I ALUMNI HALL Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday May 27th, 28th, 29th, 50th, 31st nineteen hundred and sixty-nine at three o'clock fD.S.T.j Allen County Public Library 900 Webster Street PO Box 2270 Fort Wayne, IN 46801-2270 GENEALOGY 971 . 302 LB4UWF 1967 OFFICERS OF CONVOCATICN Chancellor - - - - Dr. A. W. Trueman President and Vice-Chancellor - Dr. D. C. Williams Chairman of the Board of Governors Mr. A. E. Shepherd Pro-Chancellors Dean D. Bocking, Principal D. O. Carrigan, Deans R. M. Dillon, N. L. Nicholson, R. Rossiter, A. E. Scott, R. N. Shervill, Professor R. W. Torrens and Deans G. H. Turner and C. von Kuster Marshall - - - - Dr. R. G. N. Bates Esquires Bedel - Professor J. T. Nicholson Dr. F. W. Taylor Chief Usher - - - Mr. F. K. Harper Chief Public Orator - Professor E. L. Vogan Public Orators Drs. H. W. Baldwin, E. Bjorklundg Professors R. G. Bodkin, R. C. Buckg Dr. F. P. A. Cass, Professor A. B. Conron, Mr. G. S. Emmerson, Dr. P. D. Fleck, Miss E. N. Healey, Professor XV. J. L'Heureux, Dr. H. O. Lobb, Professor J. A. McCarter, Dr. W. McClelland, Messrs. R. McDaniel, C. G. Morley, C. L. Murisong Dean R. Poisson, Dr. G. S. Rose, Mr. J. A. Stark, Dr. A. Sukava, Professor W. A. Thompson, and Drs. F. R. Wilkinson and H. R. Wilson Chairman of the Convocation Committee - Dean N. L. Nicholson Secretary of the Convocation Committee - Mr. T. J. Casaubon TUESDAY SECTION OF CONVOCATION MAY 27th, 1969 THE ORDER OF PROCEEDINGS The audience will rise as the Procession enters, and will remain standing during the playing of "O Canada" and while the Reverend D. Glen Camp- bell offers the prayer of Invocation. The placing of the Mace by the Esquire Bedel before the Chancellor signifies that Convocation has commenced. The Chancellor will be Dr. A. W. Trueman. The Esquire Bedel will be Dr. F. W. Taylor, the Marshall will be Dr. R. Bates, the Organist will be Mr. L. Cortner. The Vice-Chancellor will present to the Chancellor for the degree of Doctor of Letters lionofiy mum HERMAN NORTHROP FRYE The Vice-Chancellor will present to the Chancellor for the degree of Doctor of Laws honofis mum DOUGLAS BLACK WELDON Dr. H. Northrop Frye will address Convocation. Candidates of all Faculties, Schools and Colleges for degrees in course and for diplomas will be presented to the Chancellor by the Vice-Chancellor. The Pro-Chancellors will be Dean N. L. Nicholson and Professor R. W. Torrens. The audience will rise for the Benediction and remain standing during the playing of "God Save the Queen". Members of the audience are requested to remain in their places until the Convocation Procession has retired. Following Convocation, the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor and the Honorary Graduates will receive, and refreshments will be served in the Dining Area, Main Floor, Somerville House, to members of the graduating class, their parents and friends, the members of the faculties and the governing bodies. 3 THE FACULTY 0F ARTS AND SCIENCE Mary Margaret Allen Physical and Health Education Jane Elizabeth Allison Physical and Health Education 'Audrey Marie Amo Latin and Greek Robert Douglas Bates Physical and Health Education 'Arend Bonen Physical and Health Education Maureen Patricia Burr Physical and Health Education William Arnold Calder History Louise Adella Campbell Journalism Susan Beverley Collier English and French Marion Susan Cook Physical and Health Education 'Jack Andrew Couckuyt Political Science Nancy Caroline Cowtan English Hilary Margaret Craig English Diana Lynn Crowder Physical and Health Education Douglas Ralph Cummings Economics Gregory Millyard Dickinson History Katherine Haline Dinnin Physical and Health Education Danielle Louise Dusseault French Patricia Ann Edmunds History Sidney John English Journalism Susan Alexander Gillespie English and History Richard Frank Grant English Dzintra Gruzitis Physical and Health Education Helen Anne High French and Latin Russell Robert Holmberg Physical and Health Education Madeleine Elizabeth Ann Horton English Jill Kathleen Hurst Physical and Health Education Robert Stewart Inman Journalism 'Visia Mary Jakubowski French and Spanish 'Angus Johnson Philosophy Klaus Wolfgang Jungblut History George lchiro Kawasaki Economics Kathleen Elizabeth Kells French 'Winner of award: see last page. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HONORS BACHELOR OF ARTS John Joseph Kidner Physical and Health Education Paul David James Kiteley History Kenneth Ross Leitch Physical and Health Education William Grant Lovell History William David Lynes Physical and Health Education Brian Farwell McColl Economics Janet Lorraine Mclntosh French Ruth Ann McKennitt Physical and Health Education Terrence Brian McKinty Physical and Health Education Shirley Jean McLellan French Eldon Wayne McMillan Physical and Health Education Beverly Jill Joanne McRae Physical and Health Education lan Dallas Macredie Economics Paul Robert Edwin Malvern Political Science Donald Charles Millard History Barry Fletcher Millin Physical and Health Education Robert John Montague History Bruce Douglas Moxley Physical and Health Education Susan Elisabeth Moxley Physical and Health Education Barbara Jean Mullen English and Philosophy Linda Jean Munnock Latin Barbara Elaine Myles English and French James Joseph Neutens Physical and Health Education Patricia Ann Newton Physical and Health Education David Leonard Nicholds Economics Lorna Mary Gwenyth Noble English David George Oakes Economics Jacqueline Patricia Osachuk Latin and Greek Patricia Joyce Outtrim French Donald Peter Ralph Panagapka Physical and Health Education John Reza Parikhal Economics Donald James Payne Physical and Health Education 4 'Margaret Frances Celia Payne French Vaughan Anson Peckham Physical and Health Education Stephen Charles Plumley Economics Gregory Wayne Poole Physical and Health Education Mary Henrietta Pritchard English David Armstrong Pyette Journalism Douglas Earle Quinn Political Science 'James Patrick Reain Economics Richard James Reid Economics Glenda Lynne Robinson English Matthew Gunther Christopher Scholtz English and History Vincent Lawrence Schonberger French and German James Donald Schultz Physical and Health Education Robert Lynn Shervill Journalism Patricia Aileen Thelma Skene Economics 'Michael John Smith Journalism Sandra Jean Smith Spanish Denise Elaine Steele History John David Struthers History Susan Candace Sutherland History Naomi Ruth Suzuki Physical and Health Education John Allyn Taylor History John Michael Thrasher Physical and Health Education Jeanine Wallace Tough Physical and Health Education Marjorie Diane Townsend Physical and Health Education Eric Cecil Joseph Uren Physical and Health Education Hendricus Johannes van Vugt Journalism Jacob Vellinga Physical and Health Education Roxine Marie Vigna French Kenneth Neil Vince French and Latin James Ernest Vollmershausen History Dennis Martin Walker Physical and Health Education Donald MacLean Wells Economics and History Judith Dianne Welshman Physical and Health Education Douglas Ralph White Economics Terrence William Patrick White Physical and Health Education Brian Douglas Alexander Kathrine Anne Alexander William John Anderson Karen Dianne Anglestad Charlene Elizabeth Atkins Nancy Ann Atkinson John Craig Bailey Arlene Gay Bain Gwendolyn Patricia Balsdon Jill Barrett Beryl Georgina Baylis William Reginald Beavers Jennifer Ann Berry Jane Stewart Biscombe Susan Lillian Blanch Jeffrey Miles Blidner Catherine Anne Booth Burton Lloyd Borthwick Dorinne Louise Boucher Terrence Anthony Boucher Mary Elizabeth Bowlby Alice Lorraine Brand James Malcolm Brown Glennys Irene Brydges Muriel Eileen Buckrell George John Buesink John Rutherford Bunting Jacqueline Ann Busby William Davison Butt Steven Lorne Caldwell lan James Cameron Richard Robert Campbell Randy Ann Carp Gregory Lunn Carter Douglas Peter Cassino Alan Reynolds Caughlin Barbara Christine Chadwick Peter David Chaperlin Sherrill Lynanne Chappell James Ernest Charlton Merle Elizabeth Joan Charlton Barbara Ann Christie Jawdocha Doris Chromej Marie Elizabeth Chrzan Mary Jean Clark Leona Jean Coleman Paula Suzanne Cook Jackeline Patricia Coulbeck Paul LeRoy Courneya William Leslie Roger Crane David Leslie Crittenden William Logan Culp Edward James Curry Peter Richard Darnell Janet Elizabeth Davies Pamela Mary Davies Charles Ernest Bruce Davis Stephen Charles Day Brian Shawn Deacon Joseph De Francesco Mike Deineka 'Winner of award: see last page. Thomas Hugh Williams Economics Paul Warner Wilson Physical and Health Education Marjorie Elizabeth Wong English and History BACHELOR OF ARTS Cheryl Anne Del Col Carol Elizabeth Dilworth James Edward Doble Ann Louise Dobson Christie Madeline Dobson Gordon Malcolm Austin Dodge Lon David Duncombe Annette Dupuis tSister Annettei Pierrette Francine Marie Dupuis Joan Virginia Durnford Marion Pauline Dyer Lorna Maxine Earl Brian Eric Eccles Barbara Odette Eckhardt Peggy Sharon Edwards Brian Yeats Elwood Marilyn Margaret Marie Ernst Ruth Colgan Evans Gregg Robert Ewart Mabel Ann Fairbairn Mary Anne Farkas Barry Wayne Farrier Brian Allan Ferguson Donald Leroy Finkbeiner Sylvia Fisher Helen Ann Flaherty l-leather Anne Forbes Anne Dora Forester Lynn Marie Foster Sally Elizabeth Foster Barbara Elaine Fraba Philip Alfred Gerald Francis Arthur Dan Fraser Barbara Jean French Karen Jean Fry Mary Anne Funston Jeffrey Robert Edward Gadsden Lynn Elaine Gagner James Thomas Gardner Linda Dale Gee Sally Elizabeth Gellard David Gary Gibson Sharon Gaye Gilchrist Mary Ann Glanville Gwendolyn Anne Glaspell Lawrence Martin Goldmintz Suzanne Margaret Gould William Ament Grainger Bonnie Louise Grant Vikki Annette Graves Walter Merrick Greenway Judith Gail Gretchko Kevin Christopher Griffin John Joseph Griggs Donald William Hagedorn Larry Bryan Hallatt Barbara Mary Hallsworth Diane Jean Hansen Laura Dorothy Hansen Robert Douglass Harcourt 5 Donald Gordon Young Physical and Health Education Ronald Harry Zanin Physical and Health Education Eileen Mary Zaporzan French and Spanish Edith Lavina Mary Hardacre John Arthur Harper Ronald Bruce Harper Denis Hedley Harrison Eleanor Sonia Hartsell Brenda Eileen Hayward William Edward Heelis Sally Irene Henderson Harry Ralph Hendry Francis Robertson Herlihey Nina Lynn Hick Kathryn Eloise Hill David Gerald Hiltz Steven Campbell Hood Irene Kataryna Horich Linda Lee Houlahan John Gordon Houston Louisa Ludmila Howerow Margaret Lynn Hughes Chi-Wing Virginia Hung Carol Ann Hunter Barbara Joan Hurst Edna Anne Hutchinson William Dudley Iles Ruth Pamela lllman Walter lwaniw Franklin lrwin Jack Alan Christopher Kaasten Elizabeth Ann Kaiser Frances Elizabeth Keevil Mary Katherine Kelch Donald Charles Kilgour Barbara Maureen King Suzanne Elizabeth Kirk Eileen Diane Kitchen Janet Hazel Kniffen Richard Joshua Kohn Deborah Susan Koren lllona Arlette Gail Korri William John Robert Kovach Karin Elizabeth Kreick Bruno Kristensen Jane Ann Laing John Wayne Lamon Maurine Helen Leitch Frank LeVay Ellen Louise Lewis Robert Lee Locker Brenda Jane Loree Patricia Lorraine Lumsden Marian Josephine MacCausland William Meredith McFall Peter Alexander Mclnroy John Fleming Mclntyre Judith Diane McKee lan Ellar McKellar Michael Geoffrey McLachlan Peter Donald McLaren Henricus Johan MacLean Robert Edward McLeod Roger James McMahon Garry Douglas McNeil Sheila Ann McQuillan Gerald Stanley Marcus Janice Anne Mark Donna Elizabeth Martin Allan Wayne Mason Mary Ann Louise Matthews Patricia Anne Matthews Frances Ann May Margaret Ann Mickle Mark Andrew Miller Michael Gerald Miller Robert Kenneth Miller Marilyn Anita Mills Randolph Douglas Mills Donna Rosalyn Minshall Susan Elizabeth Mitchell Marcia Grace Mones Donald Kenneth Morrison Rebecca Coryell Morton Sandra Joan Moss Judith Lynn Mossip Bruce Alan Mowat Elizabeth Joanne Murray Patricia Lynn Myers Joseph Stephen Nagy Reva Nelson Bonnie June Nicholas Richard Frederick Noble William Vincent Nolan Thomas Raymond William Norton Lynda Mary Nurse Martin Eric Odegard James Robert O'Donnell Nancy Carolyn O'FarreIl Pegi Ann O'Hearn Dianne Kathryn O'Keefe Diana Jennie Overholt Wendy Christine Packer Margaret Padmos Donald Andrew Paquette John Duncan Pare Rose Pasieczny Susan Diane Payne Nancy Kathryn Pearse Carol-Anne Pease Robert John Gordon Platt Susan Margaret Arnott Neil Rex Helsby Burgess Robert Douglas Grant 'Winner of award: see last page. Pamela Rose Power Moris Prychidny Lois Ethel May Randle Barbara Ann Rastow Michael John Reed Rosemary Reed Maryl Susan Reeves Alison Claire Reid Patricia Ann Reid Jane Corley Richardson Norma Jane Robertson John D. Robinson Wendy Lynne Rodger Alan John Ross Georgina Catherine Ross Pearl Ross Sherry Anne Row Dorothy lone Royle Craig Ernest Rubie Linda Gail Rudyk Peter McPherson Ryan Pirkko Annikki Salonen John Martin Savel Linda Louise Schroeder John Patrick Schwartz Alexander German Seaton Teresa Catherine Sexton Mary Julia Shaver Barbara Ann Sherrett Mary Catherine Sills Joan Ellen Ruth Sinclair Rosemary Helen Sitler Kenneth Charles Slater John Hubert Smallwood Lynda Margaret Smiley Clarke George Smith Doris Jeanette Smith Janet Agar Smith Margaret Orris Smith Roy Malcolm Smith Stuart Henry Smith Janina Mary Smolen Edgar Alan Smuck Catherine Joyce Stacey Tillmann Steckner Helen Elaine Stennett David Llewellyn Stephens Heather Alan Stewart Margaret Janette Stockton DIPLOMA IN JOURNALISM Joan Evely Smedley James Henly Tost 'Dennis Joseph John Trudeau 6 Margaret Ruth Stott Alexandra Margaret Strachan Patrick John Sweeney Barbara Ansley Syer Patricia Ann Tamblyn Doreen Elaine Taylor John Joseph Taylor Dennis Ronald Thiessen Gloria Jean Thomas lrma Eva Thompson Paula Dian Thompson Helen Katharine Karen Tilley Sandra Elizabeth Titko Linda Marie Tolley Rufus Earl Toman Susan Torode Peter Traviza William John Tucker Susan Gay Valliere William Bradley VanZant lris Quittkat Vermeulen Jacobus Adrianus Versteegh Laura Diane Vettorel Margaret Edith Voelker Gloria Jeanne Vollans Vicki Wachna Nancy Doris Wakelin Janice Margaret Walker John Wayne Walker William Baxter Webster Robert Wilfred Wellman 'Elizabeth Anne White Brian Donald Wiese Lesley Lynn Williams Arlene Elizabeth Willing Paul Richard Willoughby Susan Dianne Wilson Bette Jane Withers Donna Jean Wolsey Hugh Dellevan Wolsey Sharyn Ann Wood Stephanie Elizabeth Wood Gregory Robert Wright Marta Isobel Wrightman William Harry Yungblut Diane Audrey Zagrosik Christopher Paul Zanella Alicia Anne Zavitz Jane Paterson Wallace Wayne Allen Willis WEDNESDAY SECTION OE CGNVOCATIGN MAY 28th, 1969 THE ORDER OE PROCEEDINGS The audience will rise as the Procession enters, and will remain standing during the playing of "O Canada" and while the Reverend M. A. Gervais offers the prayer of Invocation. The placing of the Mace by the Esquire Bedel before the Chancellor signifies that Convocation has commenced. The Chancellor will be Dr. A. W. Trueman. The Esquire Bedel will be Dr. F. W. Taylorg the Marshall will be Dr. R. Batesg the Organist will be Mr. L. Cortner. The Vice-Chancellor will present to the Chancellor for the degree of Doctor of Laws honor!! mum VERSCHOYLE PHILIP CRONYN JOSEPH ALBERT FEENEY JEAN GAscoN Dr. A. Eeeney will address Convocation. Candidates of all Faculties, Schools and Colleges for degrees in course and for diplomas will be presented to the Chancellor by the Vice-Chancellor. The Pro-Chancellors will be Dean R. N. Shervill and Principal D. O. Carrigan. The audience will rise for the Benediction and remain standing during the playing of "God Save the Queen". Members of the audience are requested to remain in their places until the Convocation Procession has retired. Following Convocation, the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor and the Honorary Graduates will receive, and refreshments will be served in the Dining Area, Main Floor, Somerville House, to members of the graduating class, their parents and friends, the members of the faculties and the governing bodies. 7 THE Arthur David Hone Anderson History Carolyn Jane Anderson History Cynthia Gail Armstrong French and Spanish Catherine Mary Atkinson English Hilary Leal Bates History Richard Gilbert Beadon Psychology Sheila Anne Bedenham English 'Michael Francis Begley History "Corinne Elizabeth Bieman English Milton Blake Psychology Larry William George Brohman Psychology Terry Clarence Burdeny Psychology 'George Edbert Bushell Geography Archibald Douglas Campbell History Keith Campbell History Sandra Mary Campbell History Carol Ann Chapman Psychology Susan Jean Cheeseman Geography Tony Ciccone History Patricia Louise Clarke Psychology Judith Anne Colbert English Brian Edward Collins Psychology Ottavio Colosimo Geography Laila Coroedoff Philosophy 'Robert Douglas Cottrell French Robert Terrance Day English Martha Carolynne Dean Psychology Lynda Lee Docherty History Catherine Lee Alexander Elizabeth Jean Allison Karen Fern Altman Gaye Beverley Anderson 'Winner of award: see last page. FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCE MIDDLESEX COLLEGE HONORS BACHELOR OF Ants Caroline Francesca Dolny English Barbara Helene Draper Geography Lynda Ann Dredge Geography John Robert Edwards Psychology Kathleen Anne Elgie Psychology Douglas Brian Evans Geography Nancy Eileen Fisher French William Burns Foster French and Spanish Michael Edwin Franklin Geography Douglas Oskar Gagel Geography 'Fred Henry Genesee Psychology Nancy Catharine George French Christopher Richard Gilman Geography Judith Karen Girvan French and Spanish Peter Davidson Harper Geography Sheila Jo Havard Business Administration and Secretarial Science Karen Alison Henderson French and German Jillian Jane Hudson Psychology Carl Peter Kaellgren Psychology Ann Patricia Kinmonth Psychology Dennis Morley Kirby Psychology Robert Allen Knighton History Elizabeth Mary Langhorst English and French Aubrey Leonard LeBlanc Geography 'David Lloyd Lillico Spanish 'David Bruce Little French and German Lindsay Margaret McDougall Psychology BACHELOR OF ARTS Douglas Arthur Backham Nuccia Emilia Baletto George Bruce Banbury Graham John Barnes 8 Roderick Alan McGinn Geography 'Louise Mabel McKillop Spanish Heather Louise Main History Mary Jane Elizabeth Martin French 'Steven James Medley History Valerie Ruth Mennie Latin and Greek Michael Bevan Moir Geography 'George Alexander Moore Psychology Edward Alfred Owen Psychology Frances Jane Pettifer English Joanne Azelle Pollock History Waldo Abram Redekop Psychology Carolyn Ruth Rowland Spanish David Patrick Saunders French William Peter Scott English and History Barbara Anne Selves History John Wright Sifton Political Science Wendy Louise Simpson Geography Judith Elaine Smale Political Science Diane Elizabeth Sutton French and Spanish 'Agnes Maria Szekely French and Russian Richard Bruce Thomae Psychology Winnifred Violet Torrance History Joan-Frances Barbara Tuck Psychology Margaret Dawn Wilson Psychology Lionel William Woodruff French Douglass Walter Wyatt History Deward William Yates Geography Jack Edward Beardall Robert Michael Birch Sheila Margaret Borman Marie Elaine Bourhis Carole Boyd Barbara Jane Braden Patricia Marie Brooks Danny Francis Brown Lynda Mary Brown Cheryl Penny Budney Theodore Raymond Byck Margo Anne Bythell Constance Evemary Rebecca Barbara Jean Cameron Linda Marie Cancelll Elizabeth Anne Carter Jim Alan Catton John Cameron Chaplin Ronald Joseph Chircoski Meribeth Helen Clarke Ronald Stewart Cooke Andrea Jane Cornfoot Stephen Barry Cottam Douglas Ross Craig Bruce William Crerar Janet Elizabeth Crinklaw Linda Diana Crinklaw Peter Alan Crossley Carolyn Christina Crozier Mary Margaret Cruickshank Timothy Paul Czajkowski Paul Robert Davidson William Thomas Davidson Elizabeth Rose Davis Patricia Ruth Dawson Leonard Gregory Dean Guy Frank DeMarco Betty Lou Donkin Louise Virginia Donovan John Richard Duff Robert Gordon Durno Linda May Easton John Paul Epping Deborah Margaret Evans Muriel Elizabeth Ewener Brian Richard Farmer Elizabeth Beatrice Flavell Dianna Lynn Fortnum Patricia Ann Fraser Catherine Norma Fromager Gary William Fryatt Larry Kenneth Gadbois Terence Gregory Gain Mary Dale Gardiner Robert Glen Gardner Richard Alan Gazer Ann Patricia George Margaret Elizabeth Goddard Linda Lee Goldie James Brian Goodman Marc Richard Grossman Randy Elizabeth Grummett Sheila Jane Haas Mary Lee l-lager Robert Owen Hall Jane Carlyle Hamilton Gary Frederick Hanke Richard Allen Hanson William Jamieson Harper Robert Charles Haskett Caldwell 'Winner of award: see last page. Edward William Hastings Linda Jo Hayes Bonita Eleanor Henderson Richard Roy Hendery Susan Theresa Elaine Hession James Charles Hill Eric Steven Hoar Victor Elvin Holdsworth David Lloyd Holt John Henry Hotson Ruth Christine Howey lan David Hugill Roger Douglas Hutton Jennifer Ann James Norma Elizabeth Jee Rena Elizabeth Jefferson Nancy Christine Johnson Reginald William Johnston Keith MacLeod Jones Judith Ann Jordan Sharon Gail Kellam Marjorie Aileen Kennedy Valerie Jane Kennedy Robert Read Munro Kerr Shirley Mae Kerr Gary Gordon Kitchen Frances Xavier Koens Samuel Kohl Patricia Elizabeth Lander Roger Joseph Vincent Larsen Constance Diane Lees Sari Levenson Karen Ann Lippold Kenneth Jeffrey Loeb Candace Teresa Loubert Robert Edward Low William l-larry Lucas Anne-Marie MacDonell Beverly Joyce McDowell Robert Stuart Gordon MacKenzie Michael Stewart McLandress Terry Ann Elizabeth Marinelli Gloria Jean Martin William Steven Martin William Edward Moir Masters Elaine Margaret Medley Peter-Eugene Melnychuk Constance Marie Mihaichuk Alexander Joseph Mile Patricia Anne Millar Linda Anne Mills Grace Anne Milner Michael Eugene Mokrey Nancy May Morrison Paul Douglas Morrison Douglas Alfred Morton Karen Elizabeth Moyer William David Moynagh Robert Mulder Ann Catriona Munn Brian Crawford Murdoch Shawne Eleanor Murphy Barbara Helen Murray John Randall Newell David George Newkirk Majourie Nibbs 9 Robert Michael Nicholas David Charles Nicholls Sandra Elizabeth Nichols Sylvia Jean Nickerson Harvey Michael Nightingale Jan Anne Norwood Mark Stephen Oilfer Catherine Laura Oliver Nancy Catherine Oliver Carol Ann Passmore Bruce Gordon Edgar Pearce David Ross Pearce John Richard Ponting Mary Margaret Pope John Donuil Richardson Lily Elizabeth Riddoch Edgar Alexander Robertson Mary Clare Robinson Joan Elizabeth Rogers Ian Jonathan Roland Carole Anne Rosen Bruce David Rosove David Malcolm Russell Gregory Andrew Ste.Marie Wayne Alden Shaefer Charles William Shepherd Fern Beverley Shiman Andrew Jerome Siggner Leba Roslyn Silvert Marie lrene Sinden Chester Skibinski Patricia Ann Slatcher Donald Bryan Smillie Catherine Maureen Smith Karen Anne Soden Judy Anne Sparrow James Alexander Speirs Marguerite Mary Spicer Carol Anne Stalker Russell Louis Stangel Noreen Roberta Street Wayne Steven Talos Joan Evelyn Tansley Albert Thomas Taylor Elisabeth lrene Thomas Stanley James Thomas Lynda Elizabeth Thompson Ruth Ann Thrasher Thomas Craw Uren William Murray Vanzanten Leonore Anne Villeneuve Stephen Lewis Waisberg Ashley Weston Walker Weldon Wayne Walters Peter George Warwick Karen Elizabeth West Martha Grace Costley White Jon Stephen Wikhammer George Edmund Wilkinson Janice Marie Wilton Stanley Barry Wise Alma Muriel Wonnacott Cheryll Margaret Wright lrving Mendal Yellin Howard Zelsman Barbara Elizabeth Organ iSister Barbarai Latin and Greek Valerie Jean Mary Alston Mary Elizabeth Andrews Anne Marie Boonstra Mirella Cicchi lvtaureen Gayle Corrigan 'Janis Eileen Evans Karen Elizabeth Evans Margaret Ann Jane Fairrie Maureen Claire Farrell Cathie Ann Fox Jane Marie Genetti Jane Ellen Gleason Margaret Gertrude Grandin Cheryl Lee Gunning Heather Ann Haines Patricia Hallett Patricia Ann Harris Dawn Marguerite Harrison Margaret l-leather Hartford Margaret Ann Hinca James William Byrne History Allan James Dore English John James Joseph Arts John Charles Bear Luigi John Bertulli Thomas Joseph Boniferro Angelo Bonitatibus James Timothy Brennan Robert Patrick Brennan Peter Elford Brent Dennis Robert DesRivieres Douglas Arthur Digby James Nelson Ellsworth John Alexander Esposito Patrick Hughes Faux Michael Leonard Feehetey Renato Michele Gasparotto Salvatore Angelo Graci Stephen Joseph Hartwick David Patrick Harvey Alan Joseph Hatton 'Winner of award: see last page. BRESCIA CCLLEGE HONORS BACHELOR OF ARTS Carol Ann Strickland Business Administration and Secretarial Science BACHELOR OF ARTS Janet May King Kerry Jean Kirby Sandra Eulalia La Crosse Margaret Ann Leonard Betty Marie Little Patricia Lorraine McAllister I-Jiary Jean McBride Mary Ann McConnell Jo Ann MacDonaid Lorna Marion MacDonald Norma Ruth McElligott Mary Catherine McGurk Mary Sandra Colleen McNear Margaret Helen Maguire Mary Ann Mahony Judith Rosemary Marchant Jane Ellen Matheson Linda Margaret Meyer Sheila Louise Miles Denise Marie Moir K NG'S COLLEGE HONORS BACHELOR OF ARTS Peter Rudolph Dudley History Charles Desmond Dutrizac English and History Robert Donald Heffernan History BACHELOR OF ARTS Klaus Rudolf Walter Haupert Robert Lawrence Howe Edward Andrew Johnston Richard Robert Ketcheson Josephus Everardus Koot Joseph Amedee Lassaline Martin Louis Levesque Brian Patrick McAteer Julie-Ann Kathleen McCarthy Patrick Leonard McCarthy Patrick Allan McCloskey Owen James Carroll MacLean James Patrick McMenemy Joseph Albert Madill Michael Francis Mahony James Joseph Marshman John Joseph Moore Richard Ugo Moroso James Charles Nolan Charles Frederick Olds 10 R Rita Maureen Mulvihill Lillian Patricia O'Leary Mary Patricia Margaret O'Neal Anne Mary Palovcik Margaret Joan Posliff Barbara Ann Reedy Wanda Katherine Rzepski Marjorie Olive Sheasby Linda Colleen Skillen Susan Eilen Smith Angela Mary Soper Ellen Diane Sullivan Lucia Mary Uchanski Deanna Hendrika VanderGriendt Elana Mary Daring Verdone Carol Lynne Wessenger Joanne Cecilia White Patricia Yvonne Wood Mary Brenda Young Gloria Ann Zuccala Thomas Martin La France English and Philosophy John Francis Gerard Ruypers English and History Gerard Paul Osika Keith Bernard Oxley Frank Ronald Pace James Owen Pocock Martin Gerard Prashaw Robert Anthony Proracki Lawrence Joseph Radko Robert Paul Ronco Kevin Charles Marc St. Michael Paul Thornton Savage Georges Douglas Simard Harry Julius Terpstra Andre Joseph Thibault John Michael Tuchtie Martin Frank Velden Roderick Hubert Verduyn James Gregory Warnick Joseph Victor Whibbs Mahlon Doan Yorke i THURSDAY SECTlON OE CONVOCATION MAY 29th, 1969 THE ORDER OE PROCEEDINGS The audience will rise as the Procession enters, and will remain standing during the playing of "O Canada" and while the Reverend G. H. Parke- Taylor offers the prayer of Invocation. The placing of the Mace by the Esquire Bedel before the Chancellor signifies that Convocation has commenced. The Chancellor will be Dr. A. XV. T rueman. The Esquire Bedel will be Dr. E. W. Taylor: the Marshall will be Dr. R. Batesg the Organist will be Mr. L. Cortner. The 'Vice-Clzancellor will present to the Chancellor for the degree of Doctor of Science bo,120ri.t mum ROBERT FERGUSON LEGGET The Vice-Chancellor will present to the Chancellor lor the degree of Doctor of Laws honoris mum GEORGE TEMPLE Dr. R. E. Legget will address Convocation. Candidates of all Eaculties, Schools and Colleges for degrees in course and for diplomas will be presented to the Chancellor by the Vice-Chancellor. The Pro-Chancellors will be Dean A. E. Scott and Dean C. von Kuster. The audience will rise for the Benediction and remain standing during the playing of "God Save the Queenv. Members of the audience are requested to remain in their places until the Convocation Procession has retired. Eollowing Convocation, the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor and the Honorary Graduates will receive, and refreshments will be served in the Dining Area, Main Floor, Somerville House, to members of the graduating class, their parents and friends, the members of the faculties and the governing bodies. 11 John David Bee Judith Colleen Marie Higgins Alan George Pauli FACULTY 05 ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE HONORS BACHELOR OF science Chemistry Thomas William Gilchrist Bell Biology John Charles Birss Physiology James Albert Bowman Computer Science Stephen Bryniak Biochemistry Jaroslaw Cebrowskl Biology Hugh Ben Cowan Applied Mathematics John Wyatt Crosby Biology Sheri Ann Dalton Biology Hugh Bryson Fackrell Bacteriology and Immunology James Robert Forrest Biology John Philip Forsdike Biology George Allan Foster Biology 'John Alex Geddes Physiology 'Scott Andrew Geddes Anatomy James Charles Gibson Physiology Robert Bruce Graham Physics 'John Barron Griffith Physics James Gordon Hare Physics Donald James Findlay Harris Biology Stuart Gordon Hay Biology Brian Stanley George Haylock Biology 'William Kenneth Heagy Applied Mathematics 'Wendy Ann Ashkanase Larry Michael Cohen Arthur Ward Dilkes Donald Bruce Allison John Carl Anderson Robert James Armstrong Robert Wyatt Baldwin Hans Otto Beihl Dwight Larry Bender Lawrence Albert Bertuzzl 'Winner of award: see last page. Chemistry Yee Wah Hor Physics James Douglas Houston Physics Julian Davld Hynes Biology Clifford Michael James Geology 'Linda Joan Johnston Bacteriology and Immunology 'Brian Paul Kennedy Physics 'Michael Murray Kimberley Geology 'Linda Jean Lindsey Biophysics 'Daniel Joseph Loncke Biology Walter Lopacki Physiology Leonard John Luyt Biology Brian John McCabe Physics John Charles McCallum Physics Jeremy Nichol McNeil Biology 'Larry Derwood Markham Chemistry Barbara Ann Marshall Physiology Gregory Michael Matheson Geology Paul Stanley Milley Physics George Walter Mycroft Chemistry Renato Natale Physiology Diane Marie Nussey Physiology 'John David Overy Computer Science HONORS BACHELOR OF ARTS fltllathematicsl 'Nathan Friedman Susan Elizabeth Henderson David Callin Mitchell BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Alexander Botrie James Craig Brooks Jack Lawrence Brown Kimbart Reginald Brown Stanley Edward Brown Elizabeth May Butler Alexander MacKenzie Campbell 12 Applied Mathematics Donald Alvin Plumb Chemistry Irene Ola Protch Biology Murray Thomas Puhacz Chemistry Murray Amos Ragen Physiology 'Paul Steven Rennie Biochemistry Ronald Douglas Renwick Chemistry 'James Randell Rossiter Geophysics John Thomas Rutledge Applied Mathematics David Thomas Scott Chemistry John William Sellors Physiology Thomas Arthur Shore Biology Jerry Irvin Silverman Chemistry 'lan Michael Smith Biology Graham Robert Sparrow Chemistry Daniel Blyth Thornton Chemistry William Russell Thorpe Physiology Richard Hartson Tilsworth Chemistry Anthony Viidik Biophysics Peter Watkins Computer Science David Eadie Watson Biology Joseph Kenneth Weaver Chemistry Warren Gardiner Webb Physics Arthur Alexander Munn John Douglas Ort 'Harry Henry Panjer James Edward Chamberlain Winston Yu Donne Chan Sandra Anne Chizen Helen Frances Chorley Maureen Theresa Margaret Columbus Melvin Albert Cooper i Jerry Paul DePlancke Bruce Douglas Devall Frederick Kenneth Douglas Gary Wayne Douglas David Bruce Dunning Archie Richard Ferrle Robert Colin Finnle Connie Roberta Gentleman Peter Ross Glrty Donald Wayne Hitchcox Stephen Gerard Holland Frederick William Hollowell Charles Arthur Bruce Huffman Kenneth David Humphrey Allen Hurst Mohamed Hussain Ibrahim John Arthur lnnanen Malcolm Vernon Jones Gall Margaret Kebbel Laurence Fredric Appleby Carolyn Ruth Avery James Brian Balkie Michael Charles Belecky Melville John Thomas Bennett Michael Frederick William Bennett Michael Herbert Biggs Allison Mary Birkenshaw Frances Ann Blacker Sheila Mary Bluett Douglas Bruce Boswell Daniel John Bowers Barbara Lynne Boyd John Donald Bristow Douglas Roy Button Edward Harry Byard Bruce Gillis Cameron Brian Keith Chambers Samuel Chan Cathy Chapman Paul Herbert Coates Susan Patricia Constable Ronald Turin Cowdy David Garfield Dawe Jonathan Dowler Dawson Johannes lzaak Demeris Barbara Karen Downing Juris Eglitls Donald Louis Farwell William Charles Fielding Lorna Grace Fisher Helen Marianne Anderson Coleen Ruth Clark William Kenneth Davies Elizabeth Anne Gates Robert Joseph Kennedy 'Winner of award: see last page. Janice Lee Kestle Joseph Bruce McCarthy Kathleen Ann McCormick Frank Thomas McCrea John Dennis McGuire 'William James McKendry Patricia Elaine McNabb Nancy Jane lvlcTavish Alvin John Metzger David William Middleton Isabelle Mary Milley Alan Ross Munro Conrad Kristian Odegaard Judith Jeanne Oppenhauser John Richard Pearson Stephen William Pembleton Alan Murray Picard D'Arcy Graeme Reid Fredrick Micheal Resch BACHELOR OF ARTS Joseph Elliot Fruchter Dennis Joseph Galange Thomas Edward Garrity Andrea Lynne Geil Lisa Fern Gerrard lan Malcolm Golby Henry Boniface Goraj Gerald Lyn Graham Malcolm Cameron Graham Frederick Wayne Haldenby Alan Stanley Harrles Robert Michael Hateley Marnix Ernestus Heersink Robert Bruce Hoggarth Geoffrey Liddell Holroyd Janet Berniece Holtom Garry Edward Horsnell Alfred David Bruce Hough Joseph Mathew Hudec Norma Marie Hunter Alexander Arthur lstchenko Judith Ann Jay Brian Jeans Barbara Helen Jennings Leonard Stephen Johnson Robert Lewis Josephson Eva Andrea Kalman Diane Marilyn Latta Elizabeth Jane Ledgley Brian John Lewis John William Lippold Charles Patrick Littlejohn COLLEGE DF MLBSHC HONORS ACHELOR OF MUSIC Barbara Diane Lewis 'Gunther Otto Loffelmann Heather Margaret McNiven Shirley Ann MacRobert John Murray Montgomery 13 David Riley David Edward Ringler James Thomas Robins Bridget Scheidler Ronald Alphonse Schelfhaut Glen Albert Scully Brian Carl Shannon Robert lan Shaw Michael Alan Shepherd David Ross Smith Gerald Wayne Stewart Norman Edward Tiltman Joseph Andrei Umanetz James Bruce Vance Terrance Vernon Watson David James Wiegand James Allan Wilton Welwyn Leigh Wilton Peter William McDowell Douglas Campbell McKeen Dennis Richard Medland Robert Mitchell Diane Marie Novitsky Terrance William O'Grady John Christopher Payne Barbara Jo Phillips IVlargaret Helen Rackl James Michael Reid Michael Christopher Robinson Harold Carl Rosen Robert Arlen Rosenberg Gary William Scholl Gary Wayne Scott Frederick George Sexton David Frederick Shadd Jane Elizabeth Smith Barry Stuart Spooner Marian Richard Stefaniak Wayne Albert Ernest Storey Lois Marilyn Stuart Lloyd Bruce Symington Lucy Rosa Shiu Tong Dirk Van Bolhuis Donna Ruth Wagg Paul Richard Waters David Albert White John Brian Wilson Walter Steven Zelman Johanna Quartel Marilyn Deanne Shields Doreen Elizabeth Trigger Margaret Eleanor Van Rosendaal Kathryn Linda Standing John Gordon Croft Linda Elizabeth Allen History 'Douglas Gary Draper English Thomas Patrick Ferris History Paul Douglas McCormick History Lucille Elizabeth Aird William John Anderson Catherine Mary Armstrong John Stuart Babb James Wilton Baillie Susan Margaret Bain Shelley Maxine Ball Elizabeth Jane Bannister David Congreve Banwell Jane Elizabeth Barlow Ronald Percy Barnes Bryan George Baynham Robert Gerald Beninger James Douglas Best Heather Laing Bowers Catherine Ann Braun Edward Wallace Brewster Linda Jane Calvert Donald Alexander Carrick Herrick Boyd Couch Dennis William Deaville Elizabeth Ann Dixon Daniel Frederick Duquette Derwyn Grant Evans Philip Edward Farley Katherine Erna Fox Alan Robert Gibbs James Gordon Arthur Gibbs Lynne Elizabeth Gordon Gary David Guthrie Penelope Anne Hardy John Albert Harnick 'Winner of award: see last page. HONORS BACHELOR OF ARTS 'Stephen Charles Willis BACHELOR OF ARTS Elizabeth Anne Morrison HURON COLLEGE HONORS ACHELOR OF ARTS Alice Rankine Nesbitt History Steven Desmond Officer History Janice Christine Potter History Eduard Sasonow History and German BACHELOR OF ARTS Mary Ann Jean Hayter Stephen John Headford Rose Judith Henkenhaf Gregory Francis i-lenn Elizabeth Anne Heron Eleanor Caroline Hewson Raymond Murray Hord Gail Annabelle Hubbard Barbara Grace lnder Karen Elizabeth lngle Robert Brian lngram William Curtis Jephcott Barbara Ann Johnston Robert Michael Jones Eric Borden Judge Peter Russell Kedwell Norman Royden Kirkpatrick Susan Joy Latimer Fred Lehner James George Leney Elaine Julia Luscombe Pamela Jane McCowan Thomas William Robert Macfarlane Douglas Comstock Mclntyre Peggy-Anne McKiIlop Peter lnksater MacPherson Barbara Elizabeth Marshall Peter Graveley Mawer Dennis Julius Misurka Peter Mitchell Richard Lee Moffatt Donald John O'Brien Cathy Marie O'Connor 14 Maurice Clement Willock Kathrine Walker English Barbara Ann Webster English Nanci Barbara Jane White English Wayne Douglas Yetman English Mary Carol Aleine Patterson Leroy Deward Poole Allan Edward Poolton 'Susan Mary Seton Ralfe Norman Scott Rankin Franklyn William Read Janice Margaret Reichheld Linda Ann Reith Damon Christopher Roberts Kenneth Cavell Shain Jan Michael Sherman William Kenneth Timothy Sh Alan lan Munger Skaith Jeremy Lawrence Smith Stacie Robin Spurgeon Stanley Jaroslaw Stanczuk John Robert Bruce Tamblyn Karen Elaine Taylor Shelley Lorraine Taylor Penny Lynn Temple Robert Merrill Thompson Thomas Renshaw Tooke Hando Ake Varep David Lewis Western Barbara Anne Wilson John Stephenson Wilson William Andrew Wilson Wendy Lee Woodhams Grant Mennon Wright Jacqueline Norma Wright Susan Marie Wyborn Yvonne Joanne Zaritsky ortreed 1 FRIDAY SECTION OIF CONVOCATION MAY 50th, 1969 THE ORDER OF PROCEEDINGS The audience will rise as the Procession enters, and will remain standing during the playing of "O Canada" and while the Reverend R. W. Wilson offers the prayer of Invocation. The placing of the Mace by the Esquire Bedel before the Chancellor signifies that Convocation has commenced. The Chancellor will be Dr. A. W. Trueman. The Esquire Bedel will be Professor T. Nicholson, the Marshall will be Dr. R. Bates, the Organist will be Mr. I.. Cortner. The Vice-Chancellor will present to the Chancellor for the degree of Doctor of Laws lao.1zo1'i.f mzzm GEORGE PIERCE BAKER Dr. G. P. Baker will address Convocation. Candidates of all Faculties, Schools and Colleges for degrees in course and for diplomas will be presented to the Chancellor by the Vice-Chancellor. The Pro-Chancellors will be Dean G. I-I. Turner and Dean R. M. Dillon. The audience will rise for the Benediction and remain standing during the playing of "God Save the Queen". Members of the audience are requested to remain in their places until the Convocation Procession has retired. Following Convocation, the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor and the Honorary Graduate will receive, and refreshments will be served in the Dining Area, Main Floor, Somerville House, to members of the graduating class, :heir parents and friends, the members of the faculties and the governing bodies. 15 THE Robert James Atkinson Paul Henry Austin Donald Richard Bainbridge Lorraine Ann Baird Alan Herbert Baker Dianna Balaisis Kathleen Geraldine Banghart Daniel Thomas Barry Eva Frances Beal Gloria Enid Ann Behnke Pamela Kendal Betts Joyce Elizabeth Binkle Connie Darlene Birch Kenneth Robert Black Roger Kim Blackwell Johanne Elizabeth Blyth Marian Jeannette Boyle Peter Rowland Brotherhood Catherine Joan Burdett Margaret Jean Burgess Marilyn Victoria Burn Leigh McLean Butler David Graham Campbell William Edgar Campbell Rosalyn Marie Charters Larry Norman Chisholm Douglas Lawrence Chute Kendra Mackay Coumans John Austin Cranfield John Raymond Cunningham George Clyde Dangerfield Agnes Nicole De Geest Beverley Jean Demeris Fredrick Allan Dennis Ruth Evelyn De Roche Roba Ruth Doig Erhard Horst Dreger Brian James Drew Thomas Cambridge Drew-Smith Karen Lee Ernst lan Gordon Findlay Harold Fink Corynne Beverly Ford Rosemary Carolyn Elizabeth Frise Linda Lea Froats Robert John Logle Gardner Norman Sanderson Gibb Valerie Laura Grabove Nancy Barbara Graham Catherine Jane Gregory Anne Loulse Gronan John Ronald Hadfleld John Andrew Hannigan Kathleen Elizabeth Hargan Nancy Elizabeth Herald James McCaig Higgins 'Wlnner of award: see last page. FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCE TALBOT COLLEGE HONORS BACHELOR OF ARTS Jean Jacques Pigott Philosophy BACHELOR OF ARTS Susan Louise Hilder Christopher David Hodgson James Scott Hodgson Richard Allan Holt John David Hutchison Ronald Joseph Hutner Howard Joel Isaacs Mary-Ellen Jankowski Michael lvleredith Johnston Sheran Elizabeth Johnston Gary William Judd George Henry Kalbfleisch Edmund Vincent Kazor Joseph Abraham Kelly George William Kennedy Lorena Jean Kennedy Donald James Ketchabaw Christopher James McFariane Key Angela Mary Elizabeth Killoran Kathryn Mary Kopinak Kenneth Walter Koprowski Stephanie Ann Kozak Sheila Ruth Lavallee Robert Charles Leckie Linda Mary Lee Lawrence Peter Lemiski Donna Kay Link Richard John Linley David Edward Lord Lillian Violet Luby Graham Dugald McCallum Susan Lynne Mcllroy Ruth Elizabeth McKegney Paul Michael Mann Carlo Michael Marcantonio Pauline Mabel Marcinkow David John Maubach Janice Elizabeth Millar Diane Fernande Miron Douglas Allin Mitchell Patricia Joan Mitton Howard Elvet Morgan Kenneth Charles Morlock Anna Magdalena Naeser Michael Misha Nedin John Ross Newell Catharine Dale Nicholls Edward Gerald Normile Priscilla Maureen O'Neill Wilfred Francis Orr Larry William Papernick John Edgar Pellow Henry Bruce Perry Ernest Nestor Oryst Pidzamecky Christopher William Pink Valerie Jean Plsnook Alanna Mary Elizabeth Quinn 16 Judith Ann Raike Carol Dianne Railton Susan Kathryn Ramey Eckhard Manfred Rehorn Kathryn Holly Reid William Joseph Reynolds Bryan James Robb Patricia Anne Rogers Victoria Suzanne Ruckle Barbara Ruth Ryrie Margaret Ann Samuel David Roy Sanderson David John Schleich Pamela Marie Schmuck Robert Alexander Scoble Jerry Gordon Scott Marjorie Anne Scott Mary Elizabeth Sharnley John Michael Shepitka Douglas Arthur Small Wayne Thomas Smart Paula Mary Smith Richard John Paul Smith Susanne Arlene Smith Thomas Leonard Smylski Lynda Margaret Speers Valerie Anne Sproule Shirley Ann Stanski Lynda Marlene Stevens Michael Donald Stiles Craig Denyer Sullivan John Ballentine Tait Alexander Matthew Taylor Jan Bryan Taylor Richard Peter Joseph Temporale Garnet Douglas Haig Tnibideau Karen Alvertta Thompson Richard Fredrick Tinsley Allen Stanley Traher Alan Claude Frederick Turner Gary William Viscount Lizbeth Mary Waite Gary Alan Walker Bruce Cameron Wallace Robert Galbraith Waters Bruce Stuart Watson Elaine Anne Charlotte Whiteside Mary Charlotte Wilcox Rae Wild Roy David Williams lvlary Gwen Williamson Douglas Leonard Wilson Peter Howitt Wood Nancy Maureen Marie Yelle Oyvar Yildiz Adelaine May-Ling Young 'i THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Nigel George Bellchamber Michael Eric Berry Joseph Ronald Phillip Black Hector Edward Brough Peter Bush Peter Bruce Cameron Leonard Joseph Carter John Ross Charlton Richard Gilbert Chenier Peter Franklin Clark James Frank Coles David James Craven Thomas James Downs Robert Arthur Earley John William Evans Richard Herbert Fedy lan Arthur Fyfe Brian Robert Avery Gibbings Joseph Louis Michel Gratton William Barry Scot Guilar Michael Gordon Hagerman Barbara Lynn Archibald Public Health Nursing Shirley Janet Becker Public Health Nursing Barbara Vivian Bocking Public Health Nursing 'Marilyn Ruth Brady Public Health Nursing Kathryn Ann Carr Public Health Nursing Marney Mearle Carter Nursing Service Administration Corinne Anne Chiovetti Public Health Nursing Lila Mae Comiskey Public Health Nursing Nancy Jean Cousins Public Health Nursing Evelyn Jean Curtis Nursing Service Administration Mary Agnes Demaray Public Health Nursing Carol Evelyn Donald Public Health Nursing Barbara Jean Eberhard Nursing Service Administration Audrey Clara Froehler Nursing Education Rosemary Frances Gadsby Nursing Service Administration Vallija Grauds Nursing Service Administration Connie Dianne Gray Public Health Nursing , 'Winner of award: see last page. HONORS BACHELOR OF ARTS Robert Frederick Hammond Brian Douglas Hare Christopher James Francis Harrop Douglas Palmer Hayhurst Thomas Daniel Herlihy Harold Hutner William Frederick Johnston Robert Ross Johnstone William Robert Keyes Douglas McGlashan Lambert James Mervyn Lasby Randall Alvin Longfield Michael Roy Longworlh David Warren Luckock Alan Douglas Macaulay Duncan Neil McFadgen Donald Fraser Maclver Peter William McMullen William Joseph Merriott David Dennis Messenger THE SCHOOL CF NURSING BACHELOR OF science IN Nunsmc Carolyne Diane Herr Nursing Education Marilyn Katherine Hunter Public Health Nursing Sheila Leslie Kelton Nursing Education Beverley Anne Lawes Nursing Education Catherine Anne Lyons Nursing Education Nancy Ann McCormick Nursing Service Administration Jane Elizabeth McKay Public Health Nursing Joan Isabel MacLennan Nursing Education Janet Elaine Mills Nursing Service Administration Pamela Beverly Nicholson Public Health Nursing Linda Shelburne Parker Public Health Nursing Margaret Mary Paton Nursing Education Betty Mae Perkins Puplic Health Nursing Joyce Marie Pope Nursing Education Nancy Jean Poulton Nursing Service Administration Caroline Louise Purdey Public Health Nursing Carolyn Yvonne Quinn Public Health Nursing Barbara Ann Reed Public Health Nursing 17 Laurence John Mogg David William Moser Donald Terry Noble Robert Dale Oliver Gilles Gerard Godbout Ouellette Heather Favell Pooley John Marshall Reesor Russel Clark Robertson John Ralph Schofield David Allan Shaw John Gregory Springer David Nigel Vivian George Frank Wagner Robert Edward Watt 'Allan Robert Weir Charles David Weldon Kim Bryan White Wyn Garry Williams Thomas Edwin Wilson Thomas Scott Wilson David Allen Woolley Barbara Edith Reid Nursing Service Administration Lois Dorothy Rey Nursing Education Margot Jane Helen Reynolds Nursing Education Brenda Francis Shaw Nursing Education Carolyn Anne Shaw Public Health Nursing Granya Maureen Shearer Nursing Education Ida Lynn Stankie Nursing Service Administration Helen Winnifred Stearns Public Health Nursing Florence Esther Stewart Public Health Nursing Norma Joyce Thompson Public Health Nursing Helene Michelle Marie Tomson Public Health Nursing Judith Anne Truax Public Health Nursing Phyllis Marlene Tulk Nursing Education Carolanne Gloria Vair Nursing Education Marilyn Dorothy Walker Public Health Nursing Patricia Ann Wall Nursing Sewice Administration Joyce Millicent Ann Zoeller Nursing Service Administration THE FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE Robert Finlay Andrew Stewart William Behie Stephen John Bolt John David Booth William Barrie Brayford 'David Robert Brown David Robert Brown Jean Julien Camire James Michael Cavanagh Thomas Franklin Chandler Robert Roger Charlet Gerry Henderson Graham David William Gray Thomas Walter Higgs Neil Kenneth Holt James Kenneth Alexander, B.A. Edward Allan Ayers Jean Gerard Lachapelle Bonney, B.A. Uldis Boriss, B.A. Noel Adair Campbell, B.A. MCM. James Pearson Carr, B.A. Theodore Christopher Chris, B.A. Wat.Luth. Bruce Allan Clark David Warner Climenhage Glenn James Cooper, B.A. John Janes Eberhard, B.A. Donald James Cathro Elliott, B.A. Car. 'lan Robert Fisher, B.A. Robert James Goodman, B.A. Wat.Luth. John Burton Gorman, B.A. Wat.Luth. Lorne Ross Guest George Allan Guthrie, B.A. Lynn Alan Hastings, B.A. John Michael Hospodar, B.A. 'Winner of award: see last page. BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE Norman Charles Johnston 'Borys Koba 'Robert Kok Gunter Robert Ladewig Andre Laneville Gilles Lessard Kenneth Ross Long Peter Douglas Macdonald Peter Raymond MacLeish Grant Frederick MacPherson Michael James McPherson James Fredrick Miller Norman Douglas Moffat David William Moon Stephen Eugene Moyse Konrad Joseph Mrowiec THE FACULTY OF LAW BACHELOR OF LAWS Wilfred Paul Huston, B.A. Wat.Luth. Michael Bruce Ingram 'William Aconley Kenny, B.A. Alexander Vincent Kuska, B.A. Michael Franklin Ledgett, B.A. Paul Maurice Ledroit Harold Austin Lendon, B.A. Tor. 'David Lawrence Lovell, B.A. with great distinction 'George Kent McClure Warren Bruce McCrea, B.A. Robert Gary McCuaig Robert Allan MacDermid Duncan Frazer Ross Macintyre, B.A. Dennis John Meisner Richard Roy Morrow, B.A. Alice Dianne Custance Murray John Allister Murray, B.A. New Br. 'Ross Ronald Nicholson, B.A. Peter Robert O'Donoghue, B.A. 18 Wayne Alexander Nelson Toomas Albert Normet Colin Arlington Nurse Ramli Bin Osman Robert James Pickering John George Alexander Robertson Maurice Washborne Salvador Michael Roland Sewell Malcolm Stopani-Thomson Martin Owen Tharratt Douglas Reginald Topping Bram Vermeulen Robert John Vincent Jeffrey David Whitehouse Richard Walter Wojsznis Roderick John Wreford, B.Sc. Fl.M.C. Wilfred John Elvin Parker, B.A. Terrence Lester James Patterson Peter Richard Pegg, B.A. Fredrick Joseph Porter Susanne Marie Prentice Robert Douglas Preston, B.A. George Berry Reynolds, B.A. John Paul Rivers 'Donald Bruce Schroeder James Robert Slater, B.A., Wat. Luth Percy Alfred Smith, B.Sc., Alta. Hugh Wayne Snyder, B.A. 'Donald Charles Stanbury, B.A. Donald Hawkins Tait, B.A., New. Br. Arthur Paul Tarasuk, B.A. William Philip Thomas David James Thrasher, B.A. Donald Victor Harold Vale Jesse Kingsley Van Nest, B.A. MCM. if SATURDAY SECTION OE CONVOCATION MAY 51st, 1969 THE ORDER OE PROCEEDINGS The audience will rise as the Procession enters, and will remain standing during the playing of "O Canada" and while the Reverend A. Farquhar offers the prayer of Invocation. The placing of the Mace by the Esquire Bedel before the Chancellor signifies that Convocation has commenced. The Chancellor will be Dr. A. W. Trueman. The Esquire Bedel will be Professor T. Nicholson, the Marshall will be Dr. R. Bates, the Organist will be Mr. L. Corntner. The Vice-Chancellor will present to the Chancellor for the degree of Doctor of Laws laonoris mum HENRY BRUCE CHOWN CHARLES STEEL MacNAUGHTON Dr. C. S. MacNaughton will address Convocation. Candidates of all Faculties, Schools and Colleges for degrees in course and for diplomas will be presented to the Chancellor by the Vice-Chancellor. The Pro-Chancellors will be Dean R. J. Rossiter and Dean D. Bocking. The audience will rise for the Benediction and remain standing during the playing of "God Save the Queen". Members of the audience are requested to remain in their places until the Convocation Procession has retired. Following Convocation, the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor and the Honorary Graduates will receive, and refreshments will be served in the Dining Area, Main Floor, Somerville House, to members of the graduating class, their parents and friends, the members of the faculties and the governing bodies. 19 THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Masud Akhtar, B.Sc. Pani.,' M.Sc. Pesh.,' M.Sc. Br.Col. Chemistry "CHEMICAL STUDIES WITH ORGANOTIN HYDBRIDEs" Edward Paul A'Zary, B.S. Bloomsburg Biochemistry -'A SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC STUDY OF RIBONUCLEASE IN THE MIDDLE ULTRAVIOLET C220-250 mul" Gerald Wallace Buchanan, B.Sc. Chemistry --wc AND IH NMR STUDIES OF MOLECULAR CONFORMATIONU George Samuel Peter Castle, B.E.SC.: M.Sc.Eng. Lond. EngIneerIng Science -'ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATION IN ELECTRIFIED MEDIA AND POSITIVE CORONA ozoNE GENERATION IN THE DESIGN OF HIGH EFFICIENCY AIR CLEANERS" Frederick William Chandler, B.Sc. Lond. Geology "GEOLOGY OF THE HURONIAN ROCKS OF HARROW TOWNSHIP QNOAEIIQROUNDING AREAS. NORTH SHORE OF LAKE HURON, Andrew Tat Leng Chen, M.Sc. MCG. Anatomy HCHROMOSOME STUDIES IN FULL-TERM LOW BIRTH WEIGHT MENTAL RETARDATESH Fouad Kwam Said Hussein Fanaki, B.Sc. Alexandriag M.Sc. Physics "STUDY OF HEAT FLOW IN THE LOWER TROPOSPHERE BY LABORATORY SIMULATION" Graeme Fogelberg, B.Comm., M.Comm. Vic.N.Z.g M.B.A. BUSINESS AdmInIstratIon "INTERIM INCOME MEASUREMENT: A STUDY OF SOME OF THE ACCOUNTING PROBLEMS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR SHAREHOLDERS' INTERIM REPORTS" Graham Anthony Haley, B.A., M.A. Psychology HPERSONALITY AND EXPERIMENTAL VARIABLES AFFECTING SIZE ESTlMATION" Jay Chen Chiu Huang, B.S.A. Taiwan Chung Hsingg M.S.A. Guelph Bacteriology and immunology "PARASlTlZATlON OF Spirillum serpens by Bdellovlbrio bac- IEIIOVOTUSH Beverley Laverne Huston, B.Sc. Chemistry "THE STRUCTURE OF PASSIFLORONEH Krishnan Namboodiri Mukundankutty Kartha, B.Sc. Kerala: M.Sc. Saug. Physics "HIGH ENERGY ELECTRON DOSIMETRYH Charles Posa McFadden, B.Sc., M.Sc. Br.Col. Geophysics "THE EFFECT OF A REGION OF Low vIsCoSITY ON THERMAL CONVECTION IN THE EARTH'S MANTLE" Colin Leslie Mclntosh, B.Sc. Chemistry "STUDIES OF SOME HIGH ENERGY REACTlONS" John Peter Marton, B.Sc. Budapest Physics "ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF ELECTROLESS NICKEL FILMSH' Ernest Roy Mead, B.A., M.A. Mathematics --ON THE EXACT DISTRIBUTION OF LINEAR COMBINATIONS OF ORDER STATISTICS" Martin Edward Morf, B.A. Acad.: M.A. Dal. Psychology "AN ANALYSIS OF Two RESPONSE SETS: TRUE RESPONDING AND ITEM ENDORSEMENTH George Forsythe Todd, B.A., M.A. Philosophy "ART AND THE CONCEPT OF EXPRESSION" Christos Miltiades Tsiapalis,, B.A., M.Sc. Biochemistry "THE EFFECT OF PROFLAVINE ON THE ENZYMATIC SYNTHESIS OF POLYDEOXYRIBONUCLEOTIDESH John Spencer Wasson, B.Sc. New Br. Chemistry 'Donald Everson Holness, B.Sc., M.Sc. MCG. "STUDIES IN PHOTOCHEMISTRYU Meir Ziv, B.Sc., M.Sc. Hebrew Ph siolo '-CFYANGEgyIN MUSCLE SPINDLE SENSITIVITY T0 COOLING ZOoloQY FOLLOWING EXPOSURE OF MICE TO HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL HESTERASE ACTIVITY IN STRAINS OF Aedes aegyprl SELECTED TEMPERATURE" WITH ORGANOPHOSPHORUS INSECTICIDESP MASTER OF ARTS John Gordon Allen, B.A. Durh. Noel Campbell, B.A. Bell. Edith Robbins Elderkin, B.A. Oberlin Classics L Geography French Robert George Anderson, B.A. Pi-mei Chang, B.Sc. Tamkang Errol Forde, B.A. lnt.Am.P.R. Geography Mathematics Economics Edward John Baker, B.Sc. Wales Smiley Wei-Hsiao Cheng, B.Sc. Tamkang Jean Rene Halde Economics Mathematics Economics Robert Samuel Baker, B.A. Philip Frederick Irwin Clark, B.A. Tor. Judith Angela Harrington, B.A. English French Sociology Thomas Robert Barratt, B.A. Alan Maurice Cohen, B.A. Stanley Bartlett Hewings, B.A. Sociology Sociology Latin Alan Barrett, B.Sc. Wales Mark Wayne Cox, B.A. York John Stanley Hill Sociology Economics Physical and Health Education lan Donald Beddis, B.Sc. Brock Collin Douglas Craddock, B.A. Zilpa Castrioto Howard, B.A. Indiana Economics Sociology Spanish lan Maynard Begg, B.A. Marian Louise Dike, B.A. Peter Wilkinson Howitt, B.A. MCG. Psychology Geography Economics John Marshall Bell, M.A. Glas. Sylvia Anne Dugan, B.A. Tor. Nicholas John Hunking, B.A. Sir G.Wms Classics German Economics Robert Joseph Burns, B.A. Tor. James Henry Glenn Eastabrook, B.A. Stuart Michael Jackson, B.A. History Sociology Mathematics 'Winner of award: see last page. 20 Glenn Paul Jenkins, B.Com. Car. Lau-fong Mak, B.A. NatnI.Taiwan Sociology Vincent Mancinelli, B.A. Windsor Romance Languages Economics Tim Antero Jokela, B.A. Qu. English Mohammad Ashraf Khan Kayani, B.A. Pani. Jean Claude Monty Sociology Ludwig Kosche, B.A. History James Joseph Kubas, B.Sc. Manit. Sociology Boon Fui Henry Lim, B.A. NatnI.Taiwan Economics Jang-Tze Lin, B.A. Natnl.Taiwang M.A. Hitotsubashi Economics Judith Ellen Livingston, B.A. English Robert William McGowan, B.A. McM. Philosophy James John McRae, B.A. Vic.B.C. Economics Otto Martin Behringer, B.Sc. Prague Sohinder Singh Bhella, B.Sc. Lond. Leonard Bithel, B.Sc. Alta. Gerald Arthur Duffield, B.A.Sc. Ott. Joseph William Kennedy, B.Sc. Ou. Joseph Hoi-Keung Lau, B.Sc. Ott. Wolfgang Haessler, B.S.A. Guelph Feroz Ahmed, B.Sc.,M.A. Karachi Raphael Victor Baker, B.Sc. Manit. Daniel Khin Lin Boen, LL.M. Indonesia Abdul Aziz Chowdhury, B.A.,M.A. Dacca Bjorn Dohnberg, B.A. Susan Alexander Gillespie, B.A. Veluppillai Ariaratnam, B.Sc. Ceyl. Zoology John Stephen Bradley, B.Sc. Physics Nicholas John Brown, B.A. Oxon Zoology Shu-Kwing Chan, B.Sc. Nat.SunYet-San. Applied Mathematics Bhuvanesh Chandra, B.Sc. Luck: M.Sc. l.I.T. Kharagpur Geophysics Eng Ching Chew, B.Sc. Nan. Anatomy Jeffrey Graham Collins Physics Sydney Harold Bernard Crackower, B.A. Bacteriology and Immunology 'Winner of award: see last page. Economics Alison Mackintosh Morgan, B.Com. Qu. Economics Walter Neutel, B.A. Wat.Luth. History William Ellis Owen, B.A. Leic. Economics Arun Kumar Poddar, B.A.,M.A. Delhi Economics John Stevens Prince, B.Sc. Springfield Physical and Health Education Baldev Raj, B.A.,M.A. Delhi Economics Valda May Schaller, B.A. Classics MASTER OF ENGINEERING Donald Gordon Maclean, B.A.Sc. Tor. Robert James Malvern John Thomas Manuel, B.Eng. Car. Roger Hugh Noel Peters, B.Sc. Lond. Thomas Edward Rattray, B.Eng. MCG. Gustave William Schindel, B.E. Sask. MASTER OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE Jean-Guy Jacques, B.Sc. Laval Florencio Yao Sy, B.Sc.Ch.E. SantoTomas MASTER OF LIBRARY SCIENCE Lucy Genevieve Greene, B.A. Alta. Janet Ulumma Nkemjurumafo Onugha, B.A. McM.: B.Ed. Ott. Phyllis Mary Oughton, B.A. Tor. Barbara Jill Palmer, B.A. Syd. Tungiyi Pien, B.A. Taiwan,' B.Ed.,M.Ed. or. MASTER OF SCIENCE Catherine Jessie Cushman, B.A. Anatomy Claire Helena Dorval, B.Sc. Laurentian Zoology John Wilson Eedy, B.Sc. Zoology Douglas Richard Fox, B.Sc. Astronomy Ronald John Gray, B.Sc. Alta. Astronomy Gerald Allan Harron, B.Sc. Car. Geology Jacob Hofstee, B.Sc. Physics Henry Janitis, B.Sc. Tor. Physics Lok Yan Koo, B.Sc. Chu Hai Applied Mathematics MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING Patricia Joan Olien, B.N. Manit. 21 Karen Elaine Sharp, B.A. Economics Robert Edward Bonington Smith, B.A. Psychology Jeffrey Harold Stutley, B.A. Philosophy Gary Vernon Sullivan, B.A. Geography Gary Edward Stapleford Tait, B.A. Philosophy Gordon Kenneth Vachon, B.A. R.M.C. Economics Robert Denis Warne, A.B. Stan. Economics Bruce Brigham Watson, B.A. Mathematics Hugh Thompson Wilder, B.A. Denison Philosophy Phyllis Virginia Wright, B.A.: B.Ed. Alta. English Allan George Stephen, B.Sc. Manit. Earle William Stobart, B.Sc. Durh. lstvan Szigethy Peter Reginald Toews, B.A. Br.Col. Jui-Ming Wei, B.S.E. Cheng Kung George Michael Wong-Chong, B.Eng. McG Honey Jean Sy, B.Sc.Ch.E. SantoTomas Ben-Yue Pwu, B.A. Soochow Maxine Kathryn Rochester, B.A. Syd. Janice Gail Sellers, B.A. Mt.All. Archibald lan Stalker Sinclair, B.A. Morlene Joanne Sparrow, B.A. Manit. Andy Richard Lamain, B.A. Bacteriology and Immunology Ronald Hugh McMillan, B.Sc. Br.Col. Geology John Markatos, B.Sc. Athens Physics Theodor William Melnyk, B.Sc. Chemistry Robert Ernest Mickle, B.Sc. Physics Pinchas Schacham, D.V.M. Guelph Pharmacology Hsia-huei Shang, B.Sc. Natnl.Taiwan Biophysics Charles William Turner, B.Sc., Sir G.Wms. Chemistry Shih-Chiang Yu, B.Sc. Taiwan Physics MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bernard Wilfred Arthur Abela, B.Sc. Loyola: B.Eng. MCG. James Robert Alexander, B.Sc.lEng.i Qu. Gary Louis Anderson, B.Eng. MCM. Russell Calvin Anderson David Kenneth Armstrong, B.A. MCG. Claude Bachand, LL.L. Montr. Peter George Barr, B.Sc.tEng.J Qu. Lionel Murray Baum Anthony Distin Beck, B.Pharm. Lond. David William Betts, B.Sc. New Br. Raymond Ewart Biggar, B.Eng. MCM. Franklin Hart Borrowman, B.A. Car. Jacques Bourgeois Clifford Gordon Bowering, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. Joseph Lorne Braithwaite, B.Com. Alta. William Wallice Brand, B.Sc. Alta. Oliver Stanley Brooks, B.Sc. W.l. Collingwood Bruce Brown, B.Sc. Manit. Donald Lawrence Bunbury, B.S.F. Br.Col. Richard Cowan Burri, B.S. N.Y. State Brian Campbell Bury, B.L. Glas. 'Thomas Frederick Cawsey, B.Sc. R.M.C. George Kirk Chisnall, B.Com. Sir G.Wms. Shody Chow, B.Sc. H.K. Lawrence Manly Cohen, B.Sc. Manit. Lionel Frederick Havelock Collins, B.A. Camb. James D'Arcy Coon Robert Arthur COPD. B.Sc. Qu. Robert Paul Curl, B.Com. Car. Wayne Franklin Currie, B.S. Corn. Gerald Mark Curry, A.B. Stan. James Gerald Davies, B.A. William Richard Davies, B.S. Penn.State. John Christopher Davis, B.SC.lEng.i Qu. Roger James Richard Dee, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. Johannes DeGroot, B.A. Car. Kenneth William Delf, B.A. Calgary Siegfried Henry Derksen, B.Sc. Manit. Gilles Desjardins, B.Sc.Com. Montr. Michel Albert Desrochers, B.Sc.App. Laval Gordon Douglas Dick, B.Com. Sir G.Wms. Guy Dufort, LL.L. Montr. Lawrence Alan Duggan, B.Sc.lEng.l Ou. Anthony Andris Dvarionas, B.A.Sc. Tor. David Gordon Earthy, B.A. David Mark Eastman, B.Com. Sir G.Wms. James Geoffrey Farrell, B.A. Br.Col. Glenn lan Ferguson, B.Sc. Car. Kenneth John Fitzgerald, B.Sc. Alta. George Robertson Fowlie, B.A. Tor. Robert Roy Fraser, B.Eng. Car. Yusuff Mohamed Gafur, B.A. Bruce Robert Gall, B.Sc. Sir G.Wms. Douglas Alan Gameroff, B.Com. MCG. Garth Edward Garner, B.A. Manit. Michel Giasson John Baldev Gill, B.A.Sc. Br. Col. Lloyd LeVan Hall Robert Bruce Halvorsen, B.S. Brigham Young Thomas George Handley Ronald James Hebert, B.Sc. New Br. Paul James Hill, B.S.B.A. Georgetown Philip Alexander Holton, B.E.Sc. Edward Alan Hopkins, B.Sc.tEng.J Qu.p M.Sc. Sask. Gordon Arthur Howell, B.A. Qu. Owen Peter Hughes, B.Sc. Natal John Roland Hung, B.A. H.K. David William lreson Henry Walkem Joseph, B.Eng. MCG. Robert Elmer Mitchell Karyula, B.A.Sc. Br. Col. Lawrence Clark Leach, B.S. in Bus.Adm. Macalester Mati Lehela, B.A.Sc. Tor. Juhan Lille, B.A. Sidney Alexander Lindsay Michael John Livingston, B.A.Sc. Windsor Norman William Lord, B.A.Sc. Tor. Orest Ludwick, B.Sc. Alta. Walter David Lyon, B.Sc. New Br. Robert Edward McCulloch, B.Sc. Tor. Patrick John McGrath, B.S.For. Idaho Peter James McLachlan, B.S. in B.A. Boston Rae Dale McLaren, B.A.Sc. Tor. James Norman MacNeil, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. David Clark McPhillips, B.A. Loyola John Alexander Malcolm, B.Sc., M.Sc. MCM. Roland Theodore Martin, B.Comm. Nfld. Ove Minsos, B.Sc. Alta. William Ralph Monkman, B.Sc. Alta. Douglas Leroi Mooers, B.Sc. NewBr. David Robert Moore, B.Sc. Manit. Henry Wallace Moore, B.A.Sc. Tor. John Newton Moore, B.Sc. Norman Donald Moore, B.A. Car. Ronald Edward Morgan, B.Com. Ott. Norman Bruce Moyer, B.A. Trent David Edward Scott Munson, B.Sc. NewBr. Philip Michael Nedham, B.Sc.lEng.i Qu. Howard Paul Nemtin, B.Sc. York Christopher Scott Nicholl, B.A. Qu. Robert Tsuneo Nishikawa, B.Sc. Qu. Timothy Eugene Noel, B.Com. Laval Louie Martin Nuspl DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION William David Bailey, B.Com. MCG. Rheal Esdras Bray, B.Com. Ott. Roy Selbourne Burgher Peter Charles Fortier, B.A. R.M.C. Alexander Stanley Murphy, B.A. MCG. David Eric Slessor, B.Sc. Sir G.Wms. THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE David Owen Adams Susan Elaine Ball 'Lorne Arthur Becker 'Winner of award: see last page. DOCTOR OF MEDICINE Robert Joel Birnbaum Donald David Parlee Blaine 'Douglas Leslie Bradley, Cum laude 22 James Robert Paget, B.Sc. Alta. Thomas James Parker, B.A.Sc. Tor. Christopher John Piper, B.Sc. MCG. Donald Evan Plewes, B.Com. Alta. Paul Jean Andre Pommier, B.A. Laurence Charles Pretty, B.Com. Br.Col. William Francis Procter, B.Sc. MCG. Howard Wesley Prout, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. Garfield Allan Pynn, B.Comm. Nfld. John Frederick Reid, B.A.Sc. Tor. Jean Laurent Richard, B.Eng. R.M.C. Donald Herbert Richardson, B.Com. MCG. William Alexander Riggs, B.A.Sc. Tor. Conrad Sanford Riley, B.Com. Qu. Richard Owen Ripstein, B.Com. MCG. lan Douglas Robertson, B.Eng. MCG. Ronald Charles Rosenblat, B.Sc. Manit. Glenn Russell Rourke, B.A.8tB.P.H.E. Qu. John Stewart Rowan-Legg. B.Sc. Car. Donald Robert Sheldon, B.A. Alta. Marvin Shenkarow, B.Comm. Manit. Kenneth Harold Simpson, B.E.Sc. Ronald Joseph William Simpson, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. Alexander William James Sinclair, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. Marvin Kenneth Skripitsky, B.Sc. Alta. David Frederick Smith, B.Eng. R.M.C. Hugo Sonnenberg, B.Sc. Alta. Paul Robert Stannard, B.A. Well. David Harry Steinberg, B.Com. Sir G.Wms David Glenn Stevens, B.A. Qu. Ronald George Stevens, B.A.Sc. Tor. Robert Heward Stikeman, B.Com. MCG. Neil Harvey Stone, B.E.Sc. Roger Matthew Strickland, B.Sc. Qu. Donald Fredric Sturgess, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. Kenneth Harvey Thacker, B.Com. Sir G.Wms. Kenneth John Tomlinson Vello Tou, B.A.Sc. Tor. Keith George William Turner, B.S.A. Sask Anthony Howard Tyrrell, B.Com. Loyola I Brian Anton Van Snellenberg, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. Robert Arthur Walls David Hamilton Walton-Ball, B.Com. Dal. Mark Gilroy Wheaton, B.A. Manit. William Frederick White, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. Allan Leslie Whitney, B.A.Sc. Br.Col. Graham MacGregor Wilson, B.Sc. MCG. Malcolm Fyfe Wood, B.A.Sc. Tor. Gerald Robert Woodburn, B.Sc. Car. Kenneth George Woodruff, B.A. Qu. Allan Walter Wright, B.Sc. Manit. Walter Charles Yeates, B.A. Alta. David John Walker, B.Sc. Br.Col. Martin Frederick Wenger, B.Sc. MCG. 'Anna Mary Breckenridge Reginald Brenchley, B.Sc. Tor. Michael Anthony Briggs 'Priscilla Heather Brooke, cum laude Robert Frank Burrows Bryan William Carroll, B.A. Mario Mark Cauchl Charlton Chan-Wai Chan, B.Sc. Sir G. Wms.: M.S0. Peter Angus Clark Michael Terrance Connolly Giovanni Corsinl, B.A. Cesare Augusto D'Angelo Douglas Wayne Denton Julio Cesar De Vargas Thomas Gordon M. Dickson Earl Frederick Dobkin Daniel Allen Dolden, B.A. Robert Harold Dukelow, B.A., M.Sc. Ernest John Ewaschuk, B.Sc. Windsor Alistair James Reid Finlayson Russell Leroy Fleming, B.Sc. Sheldon Michael Frank Ruth Ann Gingrich Martin Manus Goldbach Richard James Hawkins, B.A. David Campbell Hoag 'Douglas Allan Holder William Michael Howitt, B.A. Joseph Michael llnickl 'Martin John Henry Inwood B.Sc. Laurentian Herbert David lseman Richard Uren Johnston, B.A. June Elizabeth Kallman Victor Gary Koop James Arthur Laing Marion Elizabeth Jean Lawrence 'David Edward Lehtinen, cum laude Trevor Rodmond Lobb Stephen Brian Lucas Angus Laurie MacDonald, B.A. Acad. Meredith Ann Rogers Maier, B.A. Marlo Loreto Malizia Clare Robert Minielly Don Brian Warren Miskew, B.Sc. Windsor Stephen Blair Moore Linda Allce Morse Robert Bernard Orton 'Valdis Pakulis, B.A. lan Ross Paterson Frederick Lewis Maitland Pattison, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D. Camb. Richard Oliver Roblnow, B.Sc. McG. Reginald Stewart Sauve Henry Francis Sayer, B.Sc. N'cIe. lU.K.j 'David Walton Scheifele, cum laude Hendrik Anko Scholtens Omah Shridharinl Singh 'Sandra Jean Snider, B.A., cum laude John James Tasker Patricia Kathleen Teal 'Wendy Amelia Thomas, B.A. Car.: B.S.W., M.S.W. Tor. Martin Lewis Throne, B.A., N.Y. Stateg M.Sc. Gerrit Veenman Gerald Francis Webb Denise Myrla Margaret Antoni Wexler Thomas Norman Wilson 'David George Henry, cum laude Nancy Mary Moser Louis Stephen Zavodni AWARDS T0 THE GRADUATING CLASS THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUD ES The Collip Medal for Medical Science r.... Donald Eve-rson l-lolness The Robert W. Johnson, C.A. Medal for Graduate Business Administration .r ..... Thomas Frederick Cawsey THE SCHOQL OF USINESS ADMINISTRATION The GSW Centennial Medal for Honors Business Administration Program . ,. .. .. .....,,....,.. ,,,..,. . r . .....,., Allan Robert Weir THE FACULTY OF ENG NEERENG SCIENCE The Association of Professional i Engineers' Medal ,.......,........,.......,........,. David Robert Brown The Harry Cross Silver Medal for the Electrical Engineering Option ......,.,,,.,..,..,......,...... ..,......... B orys Koba The University Board of Governors' Silver Medal for the Chemical Engineering Option .,.,........,. .....,.. Robert Kok The University Board of Governors' Silver Medal for the Mechanical Engineering Option . ...... David Robert Brown THE FACULTY OF LAW The Arthur T. Little Gold Medal and b Scholarship .,.........,,........................... David Lawrence Lovell The Canada Permanent Trust Company Prize ..........................,.............,.......,... George Kent McClure The Canada Law Book Company Limited Prize ,.,.............,.,......,...... Donald Charles Stanbury The Carswell Company Limited Prize .... William Aconley Kenny 23 Special Prize in Commercial Law Subjects ..................... Donald Bruce Schroeder The A. B. Siskind Scholarship ............ Ross Ronald Nicholson The Butterworth Prize for Academic Excellence ............,,..,... David Lawrence Lovell The London Life Insurance Company Prize .... lan Robert Fisher The The The The The The The The The The The THE FACULTY Douglas Leslie Bradley David Walton Scheifele David Walton Scheifele David Walton Scheifele Douglas Leslie Bradley Dr. Glen S. Wither Memorial Award ........ To be announced Abbott Prize in Anaesthesia .. r..r , . .,r,...., Valdis Pakulis Dr. R. A. H. Kinch Prize in Comunity Medicine ..4..l.l... ,.... .......,.. L o rne Arthur Becker Dr. Fred N. Hagerman Memorial Prize in Surgery . David Edward Lehtinen Pearl Devenow Fox Memorial Prize in Obstetrics and Gynaecology i..l. Wendy Amelia Thomas Medical Alumni Gold Medal . . Alpha Kappa Kappa Gold Medal , , Dr. F. R. Eccles Scholarshtip ...,.. . Poulenc Awardland Gold Medal r .. Class of 55 Prize .....,.......,.,,..,,.,,.... OF MEDICINE The Kingswood Scholarship ,.,.. r H Priscilla Heather Brooke The J. B. Campbell Memorial Scholarship in Medicine ....., . ...... David Walton Scheifele The Dr. T. H. Coffey Memorial Prize in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation .,,. John Martin Inwood The Class of 1917 Prize .. . .......,. ,... ...,.,...... S a ndra Jean Snider The Roche Scholarship ....,....,....,,, ...... Douglas Allan Holder The Dr. Ivan Hamilton Smith Memorial Prize ,.,,.,. .,,...,..,.,.. ,..... D a vid George Henry The Horner Gold Medal Awards: Opthanmology ,. . .,,,,.,. r . . .. Douglas Leslie Bradley Otolaryngology . ....... .,..,. , ,.... Anna Mary Breckenridge THE FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCE University Board of Governors' Medals for Honors Program: Anatomy .........,....,....,......................,...., Scott Andrew Geddes Bacteriology and Immunology ............ Linda Joan Johnston Biochemistry .,..........,.............. ...,......,., , Paul Steven Rennie Biophysics ...........,. ..,.,.. ...,.. . ........,. L i nda Jean. Lindsey Computer Science ....,.. .... John David Overy French .,... .... ......,....,..,. i . ....... R obert Douglas Cottrell French and German ..... , r .,,.,.,....,, David Bruce Little French and Russian Geology .. ., ..,...,.. . , ,, Agnes Maria Szekely ., . Michael Murray Kimberley . . . James Randell Rossiter i , ...,. Michael John Smith , Audrey Marie Amo Geophysics ..,. ,.,,.,. , Journalism , ...... . , A Latin and Greek Music Education . , . Gunther Otto Loffelmann Philosophy r ........ .. . . .. , . , .. .r Angus Johnson Physical Health and Education .r ., Arend Bonen Physiology ...,.,,. ,,., .,.,..... . . . .. John Alex Geddes Spanish ,.,. . ..., ..... , ,....,.,.... . . David Lloyd Lillico Zoology ...., r .. , ,..., r , ..,.,..,..,... , . lan Michael Smith His Excellency the Governor General's Medal for Proficiency The in the General Program . . ,. .. , . ,, . Elizabeth Anne White Huron College Medal for Proficiency ln the Honors Program lEnglish Language and Literaturel Douglas Gary Draper The Joseph J. and Annie R. Kingston Gold Medal for Honors Pure Mathematics .. .......,. Nathan Friedman The London Life Insurance Company Gold Medal for Honors Actuarial Mathematics . .,..,....,.... Harry Henry Panjer The Northern Life Gold Medal for Honors Statistical Mathematics Wendy Ann Ashkanase The Alumni Association Gold Medal for Honors Music ........ ..,. r A ,....,.. Stephen Charles Willis The Raymond Compton Dearle Gold Medal for Honors Physics .,.......,..,.,.. , . ...,., Brian Paul Kennedy The S. F. Glass Medal for Honors Political Science ..... , , , Jack Andrew Couckuyt The R. B. Llddy Gold Medal for Honors Psychology ..... , .. .. , .. Fred Henry Genesee The Frances M. Weir Scholarship . i Elizabeth Anne White The Society of Chemical lndustry Merit Award , ......... r. H .,......, .. . Larry Derwood Markham The Canadian Association of Geographers' Book Prize . , ,...,.. ..,,....,, ........, , , George Edbert Bushell Ward's Natural Science Establishment Incorporated and Arbor Scientfic Limited Award: The Huron College Medal for Proficiency in Geology Mlchael Muna . Q .. .. ,. ,..,,.....,....... ...,, , .M y Kimberley the General Program ..,......,. ,..,..,. Susan Mary Seton Ralfc Zoology 1 M qllul 'lll' uluulh lllhu V Danlel Joseph Loncke The Bree-Cie College Of Arie Award for , h The International Nickel Company Award Home EC0n0mlCS '----r-r--r-r'-'-r- r---r'-r- J aflle Eileen Evans in Journalism , . ,,..,.,..,........, ,. Dennis Joseph John Trudeau The Board of Directors' Gold Medal for The Stan C. Reade Essay Prize in Brescia and King's College .....,, . . .. Janis Eileen Evans Honors Physics ..,..........,. ,... . r . . ..,,...... John Barron Griffith The Dillon Gold Medal for Honors The National Council of Jewish Women of Applied Mathematics .. ,..,... , ,......., William Kenneth Heagy Canada lLondon Sectlonl Scholarship In The Alumnl Assoclallon Gold Medal Honors Psyhcologyl ........,..,........ l George Alexander Moore for Honors Chemistry .,.., .,,..., ...... L a rry Derwood Markham The Deen Russel' I'-lmltedi ,Awafd ln, Honore ZOOIOQY -l-he S. F. Glass Award lan Michael Smith, Daniel Joseph Loncke for Honors Economics .,......... ...,,....... J ames Patrick Reain The igllgnefggell' ITHIIHU Award f0f Da ld Ll d l-'ll' l , , ..,.. ,....,. . .. ...,,....,..,.,....,..., ..... v l oy l ICO The Helen M. B. Allison Gold Medal for Honors .English l The Consul General of France ln Tomnlo prlze for Language and Literature .......,, .. Corinne Elizabeth Bleman Excellence ln French ullhl M Robert Douglas Cowell The A- DOVOTTIY TUVV"'e Gold Medal fe' Homer? The Cultural Attache of France in Toronto Prize for French and Spenleh -'--'-----'----'-'rr---'-'r' V'S'e MSW Jakubowskl Excellene in French ,,....,. Margaret Frances Cecilia Payne The Thomas B. Richardson Gold Medal for The Ambassador of Switzerland to Canada Prize for Excellence: Honors Geography ........................,... George Edbert Bushell French .,,..,...,.....,............,................... Michael Francis Begley The lqoben Laverne Eaglesgn Gold Medal Italian .,......,...,........................,...,...... Louise Mabel McKilIop for Honors History ......,.................,... Steven James Medley Prize for Excellence In French ........,......, Visia Mary Jakubowskl The Alumni Association Gold Medal for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program ....... ....... M arilyn Ruth Brady 24 .www M - ,M. Q-- 'Va . 496- ' A ,ff 5-" A W wa-..,,, -. vw n 4, vw vu N 5, v. , Q , .u, , 1 1 QW' AP.. ' -WA ' 4 ' -mi 'mf' W' -.,,, f , LM I X 42.-. 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