University of Toledo - Blockhouse Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

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The fourleen vicrories marked a season record for The baseball squad. Despile lhe 'failure lo reach .500 Coach Rich- ard Finn found encouragemenl in lhe relurn of several leflermen plus rhe addilional slrenglh from a fine freshman Jream. The Roclrels had all lhe ingredienls for a winning season. Golf The qraduaiion of key leiiermen from lasl year's champion- i ship learn lelr Coach Francis wiih rhe iaslc of rebuilding. Under exislring circurnslrances ihe I2-I7 record reflecied 'rhe problem al hand. Four reiurning leilerrnen led lhe Roclcels info This season. Wirh rhis nucleus from lasf year's squad, +he prospecrs for a championship Team loolced very bright K.. . B 'S fr: RA . 4331, ...f ,A L ,134 Q "N--ri' ' W ,- ' a m diff uf df? ,hi . I ' ' ' 4 is . ,. , Q .4- 1 -P K l 5: x .....,......-qu - 'Q .' "5 : 4 , .v, A .I ,gil V. :fi ,3- , , .,,. ,Q .. qs A -. 3 - " 55:3-Q 7 '-4 x X9 -'wow' 3244.4 .4 5354- 515-if ff.'-1-'4-49. fl , . '..,-' K ' V- 3-' -at N . f ,I -,..-. L ,. 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Y D ff X- --SEL R I 1 941: 1 I I ii My. , ..- - D E: SPIRFT and PRIDE were key words al TU lhis year as sludenrs showed loyally and enlhusiasm for Their school. A spirif campaign, launched by lhe Spirils and Tradifions Commission in Seprember, helped ro develop lhis mood. The halls were filled wilh signs and rhe sfands were packed for every home game as The Rockels foughf lo win lhe MAC crown. Furlher spiril was demonslraled as 250 sludenls parlicipaled in a car caravan lo Bowling Green fo see The Rockers defear rhe Falcons 33-O. Also 'rhe addi- lion of hallfime dancers lo foolball games added beaury and spirit "Rocky lhe Rocke'r" was our lhis year wifh a new ouflil lo promole Rocker spirir. ..'1 J., X11 elif? J APD Qi- X 5: r Fw M. Q I N ,I -uh xv- bg f-" :X Tl kvi-.5 B, If '4 '-Q., ,ls ff Q 1 +,',-, '9 Zi i..x . Engl, i - L 'X 51 I. . 4 One of ine mos? popular leisure-rime spofs of ine college siudenf is his favorife bar. Neighborhood bars have become as familiar To many colieqe sm- den'rs'as1'he+ower and fine rocket They are symbois of weekends and of la're-nigh? siudy breaks. I+ is here Thar groups of friends qafher io 'ralk laugh and have a good Time, rernporarily forgeffinq Hwe pres- sures of academic life. '?iif?W!5 No v' 11.6 vs L.. Freshman Camp x .4 qgiilbiimgj' I QM., 11,51 ,pg Q' ' , mw m"'?f'?Q?'1gg'f ."'i'53 ??"llv1 l1'r'w 7' V, it XL ,,. I .Lp -3. 3.. .H -. r. "' hr., ,.. x F , ,N . 1- , . 4, vu 'f4Q1,,,'-3" W- , K 5 " ' un- ' ,...w,' . "er-.., hu-ff' ' Af-ff ' -4. X "' 1 'll 'ff' 2 1 I . N I If sg A' 1 Nh' ---,x . ,.'.'I-,J A., f Qin E. ll F F-w:iff'f-fwfr' . ff' rf ff uf A fl, -4 1 3 ,Za 41' 1- .nrt 1 xf! A-4' szs F QJEIL5 .- W3 x J' 9,5 'ljmj - 4? 17 me 1 ,-uv, is Ox 'Yew' Pi Beta Phi Dominafes 14' . -5' - 13.355551 SAE Olympics Each fall lhe men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon sponsor lhe Sig-Alph Olympics, alhlellc compelilion among sororlly women. This year lhe Qlympics, held on a cold, snowy clay, did noi draw lhe usual enrhusiaslic crowd. Ne-yerlheless The Pi PhI's, Chl. Os. Alpha Chils, A 0 PI's, and Ze-la's lurnecl oul lo cornpele for The firsl place Trophy. Pl Bela Phi, winner for Three consecullve years, dorninalecl lhe evenls and won lhe lrophy lor The lourlh year. ,ago fr .3 J a. . , v W k , igtx E L- More . l. ag 'f--Qx,JQ:ar"::f' V. "W 551 r'..,f,:- 3.4.15 V N iff?" H3 . an V Wifi? ,II7 L. . pe? ,.'!t"' . 5? f . Ejizu . Fings: 9. :ef - A R 'M T'-3 13, .an ' f' ' wk is Z. Q J? Y-if 2 'fa5E.5 f-'57 'Z'i2jLi .l LF-'.i-gx -. , L Q I' ff A i ' W 4 gif. WUS Proved a Success for The Universily YMCA in cooperarion wirh Greel' organiza- rions sponsored lhe WUS Carnival on Friday, November IO. The various groups buill boolhs and gave lhe prolils from lhem ro 'rhe World Universily Service, a charilable organiza- lion which provides aid lo universilies. Second floor ol Univer- sily Hall was lurned info a carnival where srudenls parlicipaled in aclivilies ranging from racing 'lurlles lo moclc marriages. Following lhe carnival, an auclion was held in Jrhe Field l-louse where sororily pledge classes were sold lo lralernilies. Ugly men and sorcirily represenlalives spenl lhe day collecring money al' various spols on campus as a lurlher aid lo charily. In all, The WUS Carnival again proved 'ro be a succeisiul and worlhwhile proiecl. i YURTL to H965 .n-"""""'4""- Q9 sk, Charity F1211 i 4 .,.'?Ly ,. 34 CMING 67 PI-..-1 .,5,,"4'.3'3 A" 3,1 . ,,. . wg .- I-, J A ,. . 4 ff 'S -1 '-fi , H fz' grsfdz- ' 1' 'L fifia' A J 1 1. eg Ninn I r, L4 E: "' lg 'J ff f ,Fifi 4+ of off? N 'MN Queen Candidaiesz Nancy Comer, Alpha Sigma Phi: Kafhy Ferguson, Tau Kappa Epsilon: Janel Helfrich. Sigma Phi Y Q 3 e Ll, M, .T -' -- 1- , . JZ , - L lg i .lg-Q .1 V 9 Epsilon: Midge Robakowslai, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Eileen Selqer, YMCA: Laurel Toss, Thefa Chi. l i I967 Homecoming lived up lo all expeclalions of a "Happening," From The Thursday nighl' bonfire +o The lasi dance Saiurday night lhe weelcend was filled wilh memorable evenls. Reigning over The feslivilies was Nancy Comer, Alpha Sigma Phi's bid for Homecoming Queen. Members of her courl were Kalhy Ferguson, Janel Helfrich, Midge Robacowslci, Eileen Selger, and Laurel Toss. The weelcend was furlher high- lighied by a Roclcef viclory over Kenl Slale ll4-l3l in The closing minufes of ihe game. Tau Kappa Epsilon was awarded for lhe besl 'lloarq Alpha Sigma Phi won 'rhe lralernily award: Zela Tau Alpha won lirsl place in sororily compeililion. The annual Homecoming dance was held ai The Naval Armory, where John Knorr's orcheslra provided The dance music. Andi Johnson, general chairman, and her cornmillee did a very commendable iob in preparing for fhe "Happening," .,' - - Y- 4- L , . .a,.. ... , " io!-. pL 'S A KEEP -P RIGHT i u 1.1 n-J Eg L. L - NX X. 5. N 3. EPB! CJ my I 7? ffh . -rlmswll w-1 . -- Jn'-'4 "' f I Q , -45' X '-.L V 'll ' 1 .fPL,f3:j?g'Aul,?:L,g'J, .r!h'a x ! '-1: .gay .,,-T-4 Wm . 0 1 ' N 'Z' , A. , , Q. I - -oi 1 -s- 4 : ' -- ---,- .... an -, --V . , -" A v l ' - ' -aqv-19- T. i- , 'faq-gf.: .wnllii , , kb"NlQX-1 -n-.m"'i.. I . 'Q--fr .Nadal The erileriainmeni year ai To- ledo Umiversily opened Caro- i ber 7 when Chi Omega sorore ilv sponsored llwe R a m S e y Lewis Trio in comcerl. Him- drecls of fans filled line field lweufe +0 view Jrliis memorable performance. Ramsey Lewis Trio in Concert 1 its fuel? Y, " vw-fl. IZ6 n 'W in 'fb L. .4 ,fo l28 Affer many years of campus life and fhe learning fhaf accompanies if, fhe seniors are finally rewarded for fheir efforfs. The diploma represenfs rnore fhan fhe necessary courses and grade poinf averages. If signifies fhe end of a fulfilling parf of each person's life. GRADUAUON rnarls fhe end of years of self-improvernenf. The sfudenfs now rnusf find fheir place in so- ciefy as qualified, educafed, responsible cifizens. l x ,r rv.. L-1F'f55" J K ' W . Q -,,-'. 'A ,. ..f'.J' Honors Day, 1967 l-lonors Day was held Wednesday, May I7. A morning procession and a milirary review pre- senled by ROTC ended wilh four hundred people receiving awards in Doermann Thealer. I-lighlighling lhe Honors Day was +he pres- enrarion of rhe Woodrow Wilson Fellowship ro Anna Valencic. Awards were also presenled for rhe oulsranding graduale in each college. Prof. George Panlfralz, presidenlr of The Toledo chapler of Phi Kappa Phi, presenled rhe pro- grarn. Y l L Hifi iifli ' .gc-ek .2 ' -" w-oqfli ' if .. ,- .. ., . ' sAy.y1J'M"4'41:x:l,L, f., . J, ,fri A , . , . .- ,Q .4 fp J-r.,-." , vw ff v -Y.j.,5j'-,r' . -.-.1 1, .. - A. - .' 7' .'.ff-2'.- ' 75... , ,sr ,Y L rl. JA YV x. 4 lf: segJff'J'4fr3'- . Y , - g,.r',.tgp4,:5? . ,KU-1-4 ,. . .' , 2"-V' -i .ca ' 4 Lr.w,':f'.2,-- P- '-?f"?i"f .:' r 1 syn, -,,, -. Agp. c5'g'yQ,kiE ' ., 34912 4 'E 4 .'1gu,aE.2f14zlcm le .-ef" c,-,, T-.. - M, . f,,,.- .pv""' :,.- ,J""'J 'IM , QI Av 135 QJM x , U nr Him ll' ra -Q A xx I '3 by 1 I3l 'T np ,ti ..f:,.,w.. .gg s.... if -QS - . 1 "Q . .A..- 34, ,N GREEKS a+ TU give fhe sfucleni fhe opporfuniiy +o a'f'filia'l'e wifh a close-lcnii' group, helping him +0 ideniify wifh college life. Some groups place emphasis on bro+herhood, o'I'hers on campus and communiiy service, while some are primarily con- cerned wifh fhe social life such an aggregafe provides. There are pros and cons concerning Greek groups, as 'l'here are any organizalion which mainiains an exclusive member- ship. Ye'l' lhese groups display lheir enfhusiasm ai' a'I'hle+ic com- pefifion, handle much of +he planning of Homecoming and o'I'her campus-wide evenis, and pariicipafe in Siudeni' Body Government Frafernifies and sororifies ai' TU have found 'I'heir place in coniribufing 'lo a growing universiiy. Sf' Ur .- Qxblhfq 4 1 l A ! I33 AJ Lancelof Thompson. Dean of STudenT Services f 7 Ernesi W. Gray, DirecTor of The Honors Program ur ,ff 1968 Blockhouse Honor Awards The BLOCKHOUSE sTaTT presenTs These people as The I968 BLOCK- HOUSE Honor Award winners. They were chosen by The ediTor and The TeaTures edi+or aTTer careTully considering The qualiTies OT The nominees Tor This award. These adminisTraTors and sTudenTs were chosen on The basis OT The qualiTy OT Their worlc and The value OT Their conTribuTion To The universiTy. They are considered by The BLOCK- HOUSE sTaTT To be The persons mosT responsible Tor The success of This academic year. ..,. ,-, 'HY Donald S. Parks, Dean of STudenTs ,,..-- xvl J Nl, Kaiherine Kirschner, Dean of Women Edward B- GBFFTSOUI ASSTSTBHT' Janel' Helfrich, PresidenT of Pep- Dean OT Engineering, Blue Key pep-5 Adviser Presiclenl William S. Carlson ik William Baclcensfo, Blue Key Presidenl LE f ff, , V ' " af 5. 4 X li X K we.. Myron Hafclmer, Sfudenl Body Presidervr ,jg --'-- ' ,4 In- H ' . P' r 'M ' V Ev.: 41. ,- . Q U f"--V .-s" '-1 7' ' f f-wx ,j,',3g.A -ug., ,L , X. M - , f A ' , K f- : .. A 1 f 5 "f Q," ,. - . .N - ,,R:., N k J :dr , HC Daniel Seeman, Direcfor of Sfudenl Acfiviiies Philip Kaufman, Sfuderwl' Union Board Pfesldiml ...T ' 1 rm ' ,, 1' lu-WSJ HW- 1 zi,,lll1lL ,. i .1 rl ., h 1 '19, f Elnzabefh Clarlre, Senale Presuoenl l x Arfl-nur H. Black. Dean of Men Tom Taylor, COLLEGIAN Edilm I35 l .4 g ., .-' g3:':4,lFrf-' -M -,, A , 'fr 5? ..- .' 'If it -,' T " fs, ve' - -M E A gh J"' ' ,E-Q15-i"'! if-T l L' ,I '19 X 1 -Qi ., ' ' dx- ri' Vmff, 'V f' Baile? Creative Achievements as manifested in . . . -"F .. N, p- '-fue M use -.,.Q,..i L,,g-.,- .. X.-.J-,,.Q.:,n4: A .' F .LP , . ,, .i .,.1:w.v.,.A, H' is P at ,D jf . A-ir tr. .QV Drama Music Ill Ili lg 1. Accomplishmeni comes in many forms fhe play has ended. ihe painiing is finished, ihe lasi belle? has been danced ihe recifai ... has ended. A combineiion of slciil and faleni is needed io creafe. No work of arf hap- pens by accident H is pianned from Jrhe firsf bursi of idea fo 'rhe las+ poiish- ing Jrouch. The hard work pui info ihe preparafion becomes w o r T h w h i I e when ihe fask is compiefed. Saiise fadion comes when fhis snuggle 'ro crea+e is appreciafed. The real essence comes wiih self-growih. Herbie Mann in Concem' Arf Festival Week Ari Fesiival Week allows The siudenis ai' 'rhe Univefsify +0 be- come acquainied wiih Jrhe various ar+is1'ic forms which comprise Jrhe Fine Aris. Guesi a r ii s Jr s represenfing These forms enier-fain Throughouf +he week. With his "One-Man Tlwealeru Richard Corson creales a series of familiar characlers. ,.., J v ' l 'li l l . l ll : lzyx I ,4 h A 'TPQL ffl . 5 , "SCulpfure in fha Making" as presenfed by Warner Williams. ' ii, jwgxlx, . 'L ,.'i.w , as .Vai Njikisfai, 'Q Aw 1. ' 'iw .A A The Hostage K Y .l.... L .1- 11- .-11.1 . . .'1. -.-.....-l- ...T i- .. -.. 1- ...-- -Lu THE UNIVERSITY THEATRE 417114 l 351 ,T .f Mak :N N xlx Z' RIVA BY RICHZXIRD BKINSLEY SHEIRIDAIN DOERXMAJVJV ff-flfiflkcv 6: OO F. AA. fVOVEA45EA I7 to 27 away 24 to 26' A'EwiAVArfONJ 6v 55 I 1 4ZfifQ-2 2 fi u l li I rrtri 'fait If qi 'fall rhurn ryvns ltlru lffli :stun -:-L.- 491' Regisfrafion ff, f XF NJ , - ,W ,- ,+A pan N, if 0 M5125 j J ,. i 5 , ,.f f.. V i ,,,f"" Y' .., 5 F The Aposfafe 4X ml ,p X 'S The Aposlale deals vmh lhe lrxa ol a prlor by hrs Bus op lor deserlloh ol lhe Church. ll was wrlllen by Gregory Zlegel- maler, asslslarml professor of English al The Unlyerslly ol To- ledo and 'lhls producllon marked lhe worlc's premiere. The sel' was designed lo allow lhe audi- ence 'ro be sealed dlreclly on lhe slage and lhereloy become perl' ol lhe acllorv. 4 1 N 1 1 i i 1 v 5 Q l V P i i 1 v 1 r 1 I i 1 1 f 1 w Y 1 I 1 i i l i v V i I 1- ugfxxxgazq 19k L . Mx, ff ., ,P , 4,,, , 1 xl" , ff? r I i ZVKN' 'L ' -INF' K' A ,f , ' ' J fl ,I Tucaref rf-1 :QB wg-A I F 2 ffxg 4 ,Z V, of M 13" .1 6' NY Q ,'kx'Q 2 A 1. di-if -J: r- mf 1c..A1' .. . x ,,n...,v gm X 4, -.n..u..a. A . Q ..-...... Q ISI ,,,,,, .A .14 .-fxk J-7"'T ,f ,- Music ,Q-' .2 ' W 1' .v If avi, f . , 1' .af 4-J, -5 1.,.x ., w l 5 'Q Q N. . .iq v 1A Arf School The ArT School aT The UniversiTy oT Toledo oTTers a varieTy oT Tields Trom which sTudenTs may Talce courses. They may Talce work in painTing, drawing, sculpTure, prinT-malcing, and ceramics boTh on The beginning and advanced levels. lT is easy To Tell an arT sTudenT as he walks around campus or waiTs Tor a bus To Talqe him To The Museum. l-le is usually carrying a Taclcle box Tull OT painTs and brushes, a blob OT clay or a porTTolio oT prinTs. One greaT advanTage which T.U.'s arT sTudenTs have is ThaT They are able To use The TaciliTies oT The Toledo Museum of ArT. The Museum ranks among The TinesT in The counTry as Tar as iTs collecTions are concerned. lTs program oT arT educaTion has always been considered among The besT and mosT compleTe. Each year T.U. sTudenTs have The opporTuniTy To dis- play Their worlcs aT The Museum's TirsT exhibiTion held in The Tall. . 'W .EX ' .25 :ll- ffm- i R Tiiihtsalfei 'N Y. ,,, ay, if Q au... ll XXQKEL A X Vx xx ' ...ill .4 'd T' 'xx .. Q E X E i"',0f M g,f'1 f4 V, , 'Q f4 J T, 5 ' 1 Y? A df"-mini fo 0' X' V 521513 ,UHBIY 5 Wil' pu - K F' Convocafions J V 'V Shia, En 6 FQCHGIV Don Wolfe presenfs "Personal Gllmpses from Vielnam ' ' "Tl'1eal'er of flue Absurd" by The Queerfs Players. l ,f' -8, f' .nf n. "I- L fl Kp? 'f - 3 I-fi gg ' ' -- 4. ' 1 . . C :,. awry +3 ., 1. Q 1 .v 4 4 ,ff 1 -1. 1,..,-yi.. M., 1 A Student Activities Committee ...qv M Hatcher G Bennett D Bates D Stolberg D Seemann, J. Wenzliclc, l.. Thompson, D. Parks, A, Morrison. P. Hannahs, E. Clark, P. Kautman The Student Activities Committee is the policy approving body tor all extra- curricular activities on campus except intramurals and intercollegiate athletics. Specitic tunctions are: Il establishes policy tor the operation ot student orga- nizations: 2l serves as a board ot review tor problems arising within the student organizations: 31 works out tundamental policy and philosophy to make the stu- dent activities program an integral part ot the University's educational respon- sibility to the community: 4l acts as a liaison between students and the Univer- sity administration: 5l tormulates policy tor the social attairs sponsored by cam- pus student organizations. The SAC is composed ot students, taculty, and administration. The rules and policies ot the committee are administered by the Dean ot Student Services and the Director ot Student Activities. ? 'Bflffllzf f I Myron Hafcher, Siudenr Body Grovernmenf Presideni Sfudenf Leaders Elizabefh Clark, Sfudenf Body G-overnmen+ Vice-Pre-sIden+ Q HAI' Phillip Kaufman, Siudenf Unht-rv Board Presidenr 'FR bv" John G-ilberf, Smdenr Judiciary Councd Chief Jusfice Budget Review We pq wi f f 'A x-,fx Row I: R. Mihaliclr. C. McHenry. Row 2: R. Redmond, G. Failor, F. Paslco, B. Braun. ' AT The UniversiTy oT Toledo The presidenT's cabineT is a non-legislaTive organizaTion. IT serves To advise The STudenT Body GovernmenT in maTTers oT concern To all members oT The sTudenT body. The cabineT also helps To coordinaTe The acTiviTies oT The in- dividual commissions so ThaT They may worlc as a uniT Toward common goals. The cabineT consisTs oT each oT The commissions wiTh The Treasurer, presidenTial assisTanT, and heads oT various acTiyiTies. This year The cabineT has been parTicularly successTul Through use oT regular weekly meeTings and eTTicienT cooperaTion oT The various members. Through open discussion many decisions concerning The sTudenT body governmenT may be reached. Confacf Commission Row I K Zuercher M Hess E SheTTer Chairman. J. Bachler. Row 2: S, Maloney, T. Maloney, M. Seger. H. Reichlin. M. GarreTT, B. Alexander, D. GeTTer D I-luTchinson T English B Brown L Margy. The STudenT BudgeT Review CommiTTee was creaTed in The spring oT I963. lT is composed oT a chairman, elecTed by The sTudenT body. and one represenTaTive of The 'Following campus organizaTions- Bloclchouse, The Collegian, STudenT SenaTe. and sTudenT Union Board. The commiTTee reviews The budgeTs oT all acTiviTies eligible To receive appropriaTions Trom The STudenT AcTiviTies CommiTTee, and reviews The revenue and expendiTures oT organizaTions during The year. lT submiTs The recom- mended budgeTs To The STudenT SenaTe, which in Turn malces iTs budgeT recom- mendaTions To The STudenT AcTiviTies CommiTTee. The laTTer groups Then make The Tinal decision on all budgeTs. Cabinet E. SheTfer, M. T-laTcher, D. OsTerud. Row I: J. FeThersTone, S. Thornburgh, L. MiTchell, T. English, S. Carlson, N. HeTi'ner, E. Clarke. Row 2 C Gallo D McNa Gi Fgilo J Q The ConTacT Commission oT STudenT Body Governmeni' is The communicaTions linlc beTween sTudenTs and acTiviTies leaders of The universiTy. The commission, headed by chairman Eldon L. SheTTer, runs sTudenT opinion polls bi-weekly. These polls cover any Topic which will help sTudenT leaders To promoTe beTTer service Tor The sTudenTs. The resulTs from The polls are TabulaTed by The commission members who disTribuTe Them. The Tinal TabulaTions are given To The head oT The area which The poll considered and puT on Tile Tor TuTure reTerence. A well wriTTen poll may be evaluaTed To yield resulTs which are signiTicanT To The organizaTion heads, The sTudenT leaders and The adminisTraTions. Dorm Committee ':-A Eg' Row I: D. Chapman, N. Gorman, M. Alaood, E. Sonlrin. Row 2: C. Casey. J. Boycl-Chairman, T. ParreTT, C. Gallo. The ExecuTive Branch is composed oT The PresidenT oT SBS. several secreTaries, a Treasurer and a presidenTial assisTanT. lTs main purpose is To direct The acTiviTies oT The CabineT and To carry ouT any special TuncTions which need To be done. The presiclenT oT The STudenT Body GovernmenT di- recTs The acTiviTies. The presidenTial assisTanT is The chief Trouble shooTer, and handles any problems which arise. The Tinances are controlled by The Treasurer. l-le also prepares The budgeT Tor SBG and keeps accuraTe records of how The money is spenT. For concreTe resulTs To come Trom The ExecuTive Branch oT The SBS, The execuTive sTaTT musT do iTs respecTive Taslcs eTTecTively and work TogeTher well. External Affairs ,N f--Q .v- fw- afl ' - 1 Row I: S. Yoe, K. Cosgrove, S. Bauman, C. Morse. J. Thomas, L. Woodward. Row 2: R. Basil, K. Sheffer, S. Willford. R. Bonassi, C. Gallo. I 64 l The DormiTory Commission is one oT seven commissions oT The STudenT Body Govern- menT. lT acTs as a clearing house Tor inTormaTion perTaining To dormiTory residenTs in so Tar as SBG is concerned ancl TaciliTaTes communicaTion beTween The dorm residenTs and The sTudenT governmenT. The commission now represenTs and spealcs Tor l,OOO campus residenTs. Members of The Dorm Commission represenT each residence hall on campus. These represenTaTives bring To The commission suggesTions of The residenTs To improve campus liTe and To enlarge The scope oT The STudenT Body Government The Dorm Commission publishes a dorm newsleTTer which is circulaTed To all dormiTory residenTs. coorclinaTes dorm acTiviTies wiTh SBS acTiviTies and acTs as a channel OT communicaTion beTween The oTher commissions wiTh The dorm residenTs. Execufive Branch 1 C7 Row I: M. HaTcher-President E. Clarke, Row 2: 6. Failor. D. OsTerud. IT is The belieT oT The ExTernal ATTairs Commission ThaT all schools have common prob- lems ThaT can be answered wiTh common soluTions. By visiTaTions To oTher universiTies, Thetcommission is able To Tind These problems and some oT Their answers, WiTh These problems presenT on The T.U. campus, iT is Through This commission ThaT many new ideas are broughT To The UniversiTy oT Toledo. The commission is also Trying To help oTher universiTies by malcing a Tile on The Types oT sTudenT governmenTs and how eTTecTive These governmenTs are on campuses across The naTion. ff' .:' 'fa ". ,ll f +2 TF .'. 1. , . A A f 1 1 'Y if jf . 14 W if if L 74 :- 1. Ti .uf I if -1 .,-J! V-'Gr-1ni':3:1,L. , i V ,- xv, . ,x... Freshman Week if I l I Row I: M. Robakowski-Chairman, C. Duszynslci. Row 2: L. Friddle, L. Garris, P. Geier. The Homecoming Commiiiee of ihe Siucleni Body Governmeni is used 'ro organize and carry oui lhe many aciivilies involved in lhe annual Homecoming. The com- miiiee accepls applicaiions for queen candidaies and holds ihe gueen's eleclion. They also sponsor ihe Homecoming rally lor lhe announcing of ihe queen. On lhe day oi Homecoming lhe organizalion sponsors ihe building of iloais and ihe parade. The final commiiiee sponsored eyeni is ihe Homecoming dance ai The Naval Armory. For ihis aciiviiy They decoraie. malce arrangernenis for a band, pulolicize ihe evenr, and organize ihe people necessary io malce-'ii successful. This year ihe commiilee was pariicularly well organized and made each area oi Home- coming a successiul uniyersily evenl. Leadership Commission f 'V - , 'QL .I is , B F -y F A 1 ,L i ' Q -O' L. A Row I: D. Goodman, S. Willford, N. Hehfner. Row 2: S. Ducaf, M. Jenkins. C. Kasprazalc. P. 6-eier. E. Talley, N. Horn, T. English, L. Ericson, S. Barefoot Row 3: L. Karpinski, L. Kaczor, S. lvancso, M. Wilson, S. Boflles. S. Osfrander, L. Wright M. Makowslci, M. Rogers. M. Newhausel. M. Garrelr. C Webb. Each year The Universify of Toledo holds a weelc of pre-school orienfafion for incom- ing freshmen. The freshman weelc acfivifies help fo prepare fhe freshmen for a successful college career in academics, social areas, and sfudenf acfivifies. Each sfudenf has individual counciling from a faculfy member fo aid him in regisfrafion. The weelc also includes many acfivifies which help fo sfarf fhe sfudenfs on a well balanced social life af fhe universify. The sfudenf convocafion and sfudenf advisors direcf fhe freshmen foward fhe many valuable acfivifies available af fhe Universify. Homecoming Committee i, . A v -9? HIE? Row I: L. Zraik, A. Johnson-General Chairman, N. Delilaf. Row 2: L. Friddlf. S. Ecitfles. E. Fall, J. Marliwoo . O'Neil, L. Wrighf. The Leadership Commission conducfed all sfudenf elecfions and primaries. including fhe Homecoming, Freshman and Spring Queen elecfions. The Commission arranged a leadership worlcship "Are we Number One?" in January for T.U. sfudenf leaders. Frazier Reams Jr. and Paf Nicholson were guesf speakers. The conference also included a parfy and discussion session aimed af fhe solufion of some of fhe problems on campus. ln addifion, fhe Commission arranged an acfivifies workshop during Fresh- man Weelc af which freshmen mef wifh represenfafives of all maior campus acfivifies. A program fo confacf pofenfial freshman leaders from fhe area high schools was planned. ,, , .- 5 .Q ' x 6 if d L, Mears. J i 0 0 Public Relations Commission 'II' KL R . .. Q Q v Xwd Row I: J. Ripple, S. Palmer. D. Van Loon, L. Mifchell-Chairman J. Jaicab, S. Carlson. Row 2: J. Resfivo , J. Sfewari, C. Weber, J. Lingvai J. Maricwood. S. Koniak, S. Barrow, D. Cassidy. Publicaiions Commission is one of 'rhe aciive branches of Srudeni Body Government Commission members dedicaie The summer monrhs 'io compiling The Siudeni Direc- rory. in Jrhe faii assignmenis are made of many organizaiion buileiin boards. These boards are assigned and reassigned according +o 'ihe desires of each organizaiion. Members are busy year round approving and direciing The placemeni of aii Universiiy pubiiciiy. The Forum is anoiher ourgrowih of ihis commission. Universiiy srudenis and facuiiy are inviied 'io express Their opinion on diverse iopics Through ihis pubiicaiion. Spirits and Traditions Row Brani, L. Rideour, S. Gureciry. I: L. Friddie. J. Feafhersfone-Chairman. G. Kraiewsici, R. Pennypacker. M. Duda. Row 2: S. Farrell, K. Penamon. P. Orban, A. Shoemaker, M. S The Public RelaTions Commissions deals mainly wiTh The universiTy Treshmen and high school sTuclenTs inTeresTed in coming To This universiTy. The commission handles any necessary correspondence wiTh Treshman dorm sTudenTs and oTher organizaTions on all maTTers perTinenT To The STudenT Body GovernmenT. IT conducTs Tours Tor The high sTudenTs. parenTs. and all oThers inTeresTed in visiTing The campus. Being a newly Tormed commission. duTies and obiecTives have noT been Tully esTab- lished yeT: however, They worlc closely wiTh The Dean oT STudenT AcTiviTies and The Admissions OTTice on The Tours. They also worlc wiTh The heads oT The oTher commissions To provide new inTeresT in, provide inTormaTion abouT, and build governmenT in as many ways as possible. Publications Commiffee Row I: T. English, S. Thornburgh, D. HarT. Row 2: C. Lochner, G. Sander. J. WQITT. P. PiaTkowski, G. Ford McGrew. A The SpiriTs and TradiTions Commission under The dire-cTion oT Jeri FeaThersTone and Nancy Comer is The main organizaTion To promoTe spiriT on campus. Signs and posTers have been puT up and pep rallies have been held To insTill spiriT in The sTudenT body. Two successTul evenTs sponsored by The SpiriTs and TradiTions Commission This year were The car caravan To The Bowling Green TooTball game and a spiriT conTesT which was won by The men oT Alpha Sigma Phi TraTerniTy. Over one hundred cars decoraTed wiTh Blue and Gold made Their way To The Bowling Green game To supporT our MAC champions. Every weelc each oT The maior organizaTions on campus were informed abouT The Trophy and encouraged To parTicipaTe by posTing signs and parTicipaTing aT rallies. Each week The groups were iudged on originaliTy and parTicipaTion and poinTs were given. The Trophy was presenTed To The mosT spiriTed group aT The Villanova TooTball game. The spiriT promoTion conTinued ThroughouT baslceTball wiTh The posTing oT signs and The inshllmenf oT The cry "RoclceT Pride". Sfudenf Senate . A A l , Row l: H. Pirchner, E. Clarlce-President K. David. Row 2: L. Kennedy, M. Johnson J. l-lelTrich, E. Keeler, S. Gerlach, S. DucaT, L. Zrailc. Row 3: T. ParreTT, R. Bonassi F. Espew, R. Johnson, D. Anderson, J. Tv1iele,T. l-lilT, D. KieTer, l. Szper, T. PanTOia. STudenT SenaTe is The legislaTive branch OT sTudenT body gOvernmenT. Composed OT ThirTy elecTed represenTaTives Trom The various classes and colleges ThrOughOuT The universiTy, This body TuncTiOns as a liaison beTween The general sTudenT body and The TaculTy and adminisTraTiOn. Problems Tacing The STudenT SenaTe are as varied as iTs cOnsTiTuency: The sTudenT body. All OrganizaTiOn invesTigaTiOns, all recOmmendaTiOns Tor academic changes, as well as insTiTuTiOn OT new programs Tor The universiTy, are iniTiaTed in This legislaTive body. Some OT The changes insTiTuTed by SenaTe This year include an exTensiOn OT The Library and STudenT Union hours, changes in elecTiOn procedures, programs Tor alleviaTiOn OT The parlcing problems On campus, such as a ShuTTle Bus SysTem, changes in The preregisTraTiOn procedure so ThaT sTu- denTs are aware OT The Teachers who will be insTrucTing Them beTOre They regisTer Tor a course. OTher academic changes include The esTablish- menT OT a Course EvaluaTiOn Board To sTudy The eTTecTiveness OT presenT Teaching Techniques, The develOpmenT OT a bOOlcleT explaining The QuarTer SysTem and how iT will aTTecT The sTudenT Tacing TransiTiOn, as well as a change in The audiTing sysTem, so ThaT sTudenTs wiTh a 3.5 acum Or beTTer may audiT wiThouT charge. The esTablishmenT OT The College OTTice sysTem and The incOrpOraTiOn OT non-senaTOrs inTO a senaTOrial involvemenT has also helped SenaTe To increase iTs rappOrT wiTh The general sTudenT body in order TO beTTer respond TO iTs demands. The sTudenT voice has been increased by adding a sTudenT represenTaTive TO mOsT OT The FaculTy COmmiTTees in The uni- versiTy. TO beTTer deTine The role and righTs OT The sTudenT in The uni- versiTy cOmmuniTy, SenaTe has alTered and adOpTed a JOinT STaTemenT On The RighTs and Freedoms OT STudenTs. In all OT iTs acTions, SenaTe is endeavoring To echo The voice OT The sTudenT OT Today aT The UniversiTy OT Toledo. YX f 'U ,Q-vg ,,., . .9 . .. .rSw,... rv N Mjyv., Xxisff ' ago ' 'X NST- Q" - - Q, . . Row I: J. Gilbe-rlwCl1iel Juslrce, C, Duszynzli, Row 2: A. Johnson, B, English The Sludenl Judiciary Council, referred lo as SJC. is al presenl lhe only lunclioning l's'ruden'r courl" on lhe campus, and as such, il' has iurisdiclion over a wide variely of sludenl problems. Through lhe years lhe lype ol cases relerred 'ro SJC have basically been ol: lhree lypes: lrallic violalions, iniraclions ol universily regulalions. and dispules belween sludenls and sludenr organizalions. In addie lion, several cases arising from campus eleclions have been deall wilh in recenl years. ln order lo handle lhe various cases broughl before il, SJC has evolved a slruclure consisling of a chief iuslice, an assislanr chief iuslice, and live associale iuslices, all ol whom are sludenls. The presidenl ol lhe Sludenl Body Governmenl appoinls a proseculor and a delender lrom The College of Law for each in- dividual or organizalrion involved in a given case. While lhe SJC case load is nor prodigious, lhere are usually aboul len silualions which arise in The course ol an academic year signiiicanl enough lo be broughl belore lhe council lor aclion. ll is believed lhal in lulure vears lhere will be even more opporrunilies for sludenls lo use lhe laciliries ol lhis organizalion lo sellle problems in which lhey mighl be involved. 5 Sfudenf Union Board The STudenT Union Board is The sTudenT pro- gramming body aT The universiTy. IT aTTempTs To presenT a well rounded and conTinuous calen- dar oT acTiviTies. These acTiviTies may be social, culTural, or conTemporary in naTure and hope- Tully, are numerous and varied enough Tor eiTher individual or group parTicipaTion by any member oT The sTudenT body. Aside Trom conducTing such TradiTional evenTs as The Home- coming Dance, The SUB has gained much presTige Tor T.U. by making This UniversiTy one oT The Tew such insTiTuTions ThaT can boasT a BalleT Series wiTh a Tull accompanying or- chesTra. The SUB also has The power To recommend changes oT STudenT Union policy and is a voTing member on The STudenT AcTiviTies CommiTTee. The SUB President deeply involved in STudenT Union expansion, is chairman OT The STudenT Union Expanding CommiTTee. CurrenTly This commiTTee is programming a S3 million ad- diTion. This year The SUB is The lceysTone OT sTudenT programming on This campus. .i T o....:.s s.. -',,,,,,,q Phillip Kaufman-PresidenT f''1,377-1-'f':-'C'-xv::Agyx -, . ' " '-iilzi-'ii i-12: :,-E135?'i1,-f'I.-321.58 . . ,.,,. ,,,,., ,.,... .,,,,,,, , T , , T, . - wr1zf,4231:':3:'111-.11Jvc,f-1,2g1:1iEiTE?I1E15'1l S' fm- 1 -'su --m -fs-L'-fsxmawem -NL194... .,,,, T-w.e.,.4 Nfl'-I, 22' ff Samuel Szor-Advisor 'N If Y . ,..'-o ,H If--, Beclry Balmer-Lyceum, Kafhy Ve'Her-Social 5 2 4 X 11 E A 1 Leonard Liebes-Aria Governors UMVBMIEL' 1-' LJ Dan McNamara-Vicelpresidenf Caihy McHenry-Treasurer 4 o -1, '25 " K X wb gg P 'F 3 A - 2 ,Q , ,E S tg .- xxx . 1 V .L , .,'llIvmnw4-'mga' Q 1' Judi Cupp-Publicity Lynn Kaczor-Publicafions az' , Y r K X ' asf' 'if' . ,- -R, Jack Prisfash-Fadifies and Serv! Sfephanie lvancso-Adlvifles . D 7 if Nr 'C' Nr' T17 Row I: N. Mynderse, M. Wachlel, D. Wiley. M. O'Shea. Row 2: S. Rier, I-I. Reichlin, S. Bauman, C, Pierce, D, Mclnfogh, ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE The Aclivilies Commillee is responsible for 'Ihe weekly movies and special evenls. Governor Ivancso and her cornmillee brouqhl Io campus such films as "Lord Jim," "PaIch of Blue," "BecIce-I," and "The Colleclorw as well as The musical produclion "S'rop The World, I Wanl Io Gel OIT." This commillee runs Freshman Week and conducls annual bridge and chess Iournamenls. SOCIAL COMMITTEE The Social Commillee conlrols all SUB dances, mix- ers, and posf-game hops. Irs biqgesl operalion is Ihe annual Homecoming Dance. Governor Veller and her commilree are also responsible for bring- ing lop enlerfainmenl lor eilher dances or special programs. In Ihe pasl Ihis commillee has broughl' Ihe Blues Proiecl, Counl Basie, and Ihe James Col- Ion Blues Band Io campus. -nf' hr' ROW I C. Lewis, K. Verfer-Governor, J. Bridenbaugh. Row 2: D. Weaver,L. Margy. K. Woods. B. Shenolcslcy. Absenf-T. Simon, P. Williams Row I: J. Sulfon, J. Mrozinslci, J. Smilh, J. Cupp-Governor, J J. Coyne, G. Olconslci, S. Thompson, M. Frey. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE The Publicily Commillee is responsible lor pub- licizing every SUB sponsored evenl. This may include lhree or Tour aclivilies each weelc and requires many dependable and elficienl personnel. TT' Williams, P. Williarni, S, Grill. Row 2: S. Frisbie, D. Gross, D. Wilrse, L. Karpins ARTS COMMITTEE The Arls Commillee is responsible for providing a place for "The Ar+s" on campus. ll manages a Baller Series, underground and experimenlal films, Film Eeslivals, Jazz Eeslivals, and 'rhe annual Eeslival oT lhe Arls, beller lnown on Campus as "Arls Weelc" Some ol The prominenl personaliries Governor Liebes and his commillee have broughl in This year are: Pearl Buclc, Andy Warhol, Diclc Gregory, Charles Lloyd, and Jim l-lendrix. Row I: L. Liebes, K. Copus, R. Nocera. Row 2: M. Hendrickson, W. Piispanen, J. Sheehan, J. Peach. 'f"- wxsszf., A ,. A osx .. .' as .:. y' .1,-QW' -Kia X ,,.. ,- ,-A, o 0 I Publications Row I: J. Poles, L. Kaczor, Governor, S. Siglow. Row 2: C. Darrow, C. Wolienweber, G. Lucas. PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE FACILITIES AND SERVICES COMMITTEES The Publications Committee assists the other committees This committee assists the other committees in setting up by printing programs, calendars, tickets, and invitations for and taking down of programming equipment. Its members them. This year it also printed an academic-Social daie are called on for everything from running movie projectors. book for the T.U. students. to moving chairs. Facilities and Service Committee 'fb Cffi Q., Row IZ M. Wiison, B, Klueber, L. Hoagiand. Row 2: S. Lesiey, C, Casey, W. Heli, C. Cochner. n I77 W 'x "7'F"' Rowl R Volk B Backemsfo-President H Purclwner J Poifer Row 2 K Marhs S Yarbouqh E Gam on J Lorg, R. Mihaliqk L Thompson YV 4 3 'X Eg av' . - M 4 l 4' AN v- Peppers rv Q r is . -',,.f',-xl +Q.s2ggf3.m.t -Aff, g, .. . 55' SSS? X- W -N-va' 'tw' -ss 'X J .x.s.,..w-iv vs .- Row I: J. Helfrich--President B. Paris. Row 2: M. Randle-H, B. Berfke. L. Brower, S. Ducar. 11 N L Q 1 u Q r u v v v V .v -V Vw f ly, By mainlaining lhe highesr srandards, Pep- pers Women's Honorary remains an ex- clusive and worrhy honor for iunior and senior women who demonslrale superior leadership in exfracurricular aclivilies on campus, while mainraining af leasr a 2.8 accumulalive grade poinl average. Mem- bers are 'rapped once a year a+ lv1en's and Women's Songlesl in The Spring. The green pepper is a symbol ol growlh and malurify. academic achievemenr, charac- fer, leadership, and service ro lhe Univer- siry. Since il began on our campus over lorry years ago as an organizalion primarily devofed lo school spiril, Peppers has grown lo one lhar is respecred for irs adherence 'ro high academic and leader- ship sfandards. Peppers does more lhan give recognilion, Els members serve 'rhe Universily and communiiy lhroughoul' lhe year. They sponsor lhe annual Men's and Women's Songlesf and hold a Smarfy Parry for freshman girls who are aclive in campus ac+ivi+ies and achieve a 3.0 or beller 'rheir firsr semesfer. Peppers also sponsors 'rhe Unired Appeal Campaign on campus, assisrs wilh lhe Alumni Telerhon, and ushers for concerlrs af lhe Perisryle lhroughour rhe year. Alpha Epsilon Delia ,762 i l . ze Q: 'bf '- Row I: J. Kilgore-President L. Lewand, D. Roe. Row 2: T. Rogge, R. Shaw. P. Sfill, Jr., James R. Slebbins-Advisor. P. Teirlebaum, A. Co en Tau Beta Ela Kappa Nu was founded Oclober 28, l904 al The Universily ol Illinois, Urbama. Illinois. The Epsilon Gamma Chapler was founded al The Universily of Toledo May 8, ICP63. Ela Kappa Nu selecls ils members from The upper Tourlh ol: The iunior and upper lhird ol The senior class in eleclrical engineering. Ela Kappa Nu, honorary engineering lralernily promoles and rewards scholarship among eleclrical engineer- ing sludenls. Allhough ils primary purpose is honorary, il worlfs very closely wiih The College ol Engineering in loringing guesls lo leclure Tor The deparlmenl, and helps wilh freshman orienlalion. The Tralernily encourages scholaslic achievemenl for a successful career in eleclrical engineering. Row I: D. Ewing, Rudolph J. Scavuzzo-Advisor, A. Cribbs, R. Moser-President R. Vlfalfer, O. Wm. Muckenhirn. Row 2: J. Zelling. R. Laskiewicz J. Miller, R. Schofield, R. Champion, B. Backenslo. T, Kilpalrick, J, Willer, A. Moore, G. Rasi,J.Juvinall.Absen'l'-J. PoH'er. Alpha Epsilon DelTa, InTernaTional Premedical Honor SocieTy was Tounded aT The UniversiTy of Alabama in l926, wiTh The Ohio BeTa chapTer being esTablished aT The UniversiTy of Toledo in I947. The SocieTy sTrives To assisT in developing The Tull sTaTure oT sTudenTs in The healTh relaTed Tields, boTh menTally and spiriTually, as worThy candidaTes Tor The healfh proTessions. The SocieTy also has an educaTional objecTive To sTimulaTe and develop an adequaTe program oT premedical educaTion. Membership in Alpha Epsilon DelTa is an honor besTowed in recogniTion To UniversiTy sTudenTs who have compleTed Three semesTers in The premedical program and who have achieved no less Than a 2.80 cumulaTive grade average. Eta Kappa Nu .Q ff Y is 'i' , '74 ' r X , 5 lx. L.: L' 4'N1 T 1 L Row I: O. Wm. Muclienhirn, R. Moser, A. Cribbf, A. Mozre-Prefidenl, D. E.-.irq-Advigc-r. Row 2 I 7 l l l 1 1 T L W Woeller, Jr., J, Willer, R. BuTler, J. lwinslni. The Tau BeTa Pi AssociaTion is a naTional engineering honor socieTy, Tounded in T885 To mark in a TiTTing manner Those who have conTerred honor upon Their Alma lvlaTer by disTinguished scholarship and exemplary characTer, which are The Two major requiremenTs Tor membership. Tau BeTa Pi's major projecTs are graduaTe Tellowship awards. sTudenT loans, and non-Technical-essay conTesTs. The Ohio ZeTa chapTer of Tau BeTa Pi was Tounded aT The UniversiTy oT Toledo in l954. Engineering seniors in The Top TiTTh oT The class and engineering juniors in The upper eighTh of The class are considered Tor membership. Each new member parTicipaTes in a projecT designed To beneTiT The engineering proTession and c:ompeTes in an essay c:onTesT. ... J Phi Efa Sigma ."'-0 . ' nd 2- -VN. , ..i . -' i 1 i -Z, J W Row I: T. Eller, B. Bagarnery, D. Anfhony--Presida-nl, L, Zaner, P. Fiske. Row 2:A. Moazed, L. Goldberg, T. Koralewslci, P. Ewing, D. Smifh, B. Fall, G. Miller, T. Davis, G. Kuchcinslci, M. Gaines. Phi Thela Kappa is The only naiional honor socieiy for American iunior colleges, formed in Missouri in l9l8. Our own chapler. Nu Psi, was founded in l965. The purpose oi Phi Thela Kappa is io recognize and encourage scholarship, io develop leadership Through service, io promole good moral characier, and 'ro culiivale fellowship among iheiunior colleges of ihe Uniied Siaies. The Nu Psi Chapfer oi Phi Theia Kappa is encouraging high academic achievemenr ai' The Universiiy of Toledo by awarding a scholarship annually io a qualified ComTech siudeni. Through fhe eiiarls of presenf and iuiure Phi Theia Kappa members, lhe purpose for which ihe frarernily was formed. will conrinue fo be achieved. Phi Kappa Phi 3 i , '-no '-' es-sf Row I: I.. Emch, D. Emch, J. Brunner, M. Gillham, V. Davis, E. Schrnalcel, A. Solberg. Row 2: T'. Rogqe. R. Shaw, J. Miller, T. l.aPoin+, J. Dealey, R. Padduclc, H. Prisinger, G. Taolna, M. Zaugg. Row 3: F. Wheelock, J. Juvinall, B. Backenslo, R. Shoemaker, E. Sopiarz. R. Jackson, E. Fosfer, G. Pankrafz, R. Eames, l I82 On January 4, I96l, The l07Th chapTer oT Phi ETa Sigma, NaTional Honor FraTerniTy, was insTalled on The campus oT The UniversiTy OT Toledo wiTh a mosT impressive ceremony. The reason Tor incepTion was To encourage and reward high scholasTic aTTainmenT among Treshmen. The original Tounders soughT To creaTe an organizaTion ThaT could eTTecTively sTimulaTe among TirsT year college men an inTeresT and correspondingly a subsTanTial degree oT accomplishmenT in The realm OT scholarship, The requisiTe Tor elecTion To membership was speciTied naTionally as The aTTainmenT oT eiTher a 3.5 scholasTic average during The TirsT semesTer or an accumulaTive average oT 3.5 Tor The TirsT Tull year. LasT year I43 acTive chapTers in universiTies and colleges across The naTion granTed membership To nearly 7,000 new iniTiaTes. The Toledo "chapTer wiTh iTs Tormal inducTion riTual and bangueT besTowed membership upon 26 Treshmen. As a maTTer OT naTional policy, Phi ETa Sigma direcTs iTs acTiviTies Toward improvemenT oT Treshmen scholarship. Among The acTi- viTies underTal4en in pasT years were supplying OT usher crews aT The commencemenT exercises, disTribuTion OT pamphleTs on "l-low To STudy" during Treshman weelc and provision OT limiTed TuTorial services. Under currenT and hopeTul consideraTion is The possible insTallaTion oT a chapTer OT Alpha Lambda DelTa l-lonor SororiTy, The Treshman women's counTerparT To Phi ETa Sigma. Plj, Thefa Kappa " ' er- 4. W., JL ow I: A. Cox. E. Keeler, W. RoberTs-President S. PlaiT. Row 2: C. Snyder, R. King. K. Ewald, P. Clair, N. Wollenweber, D. Drescher, W. Beach. .Carns, T. Janlcowski. , Phi Kappa Phi is an honor socieTy composed OT graduaTe and UndergraduaTe members OT all deparTmenTs OT American uni- versiTies, and colleges. A chapTer was insTalled aT The UniversiTy oT Toledo in May, l952. lTs prime purpose is To emphasize scholarship and characTer in The ThoughTs OT college sTudenTs, and To sTimulaTe menTal achievemenT by The prize OT membership, As secondary obiecTives, iT seelcs To bind more closely The alumni To Their alma maTer. To Turnish an addiTional Tie OT college Triendship, and To inTeresT iTs members in The promoTion OT a more Thorough educaTion. ln coniuncTion wiTh The oTher naTional l-lonor SocieTies on campus, Phi Kappa Phi sponsors The Honors Day Convocahon each Spring. T-lere The socieTy presenTs The Phi Kappa Phi Scholars OT The Year. One award is made To The highesT ranking Senior: The oTher is made To The highesT ranking Sophomore. Each Spring a banqueT is held in honor OT The Honorary Member and The iniTiaTes elecTed ThaT year. I 3 Alpha Phi Gamma -F M91 Alpha Phi Gamma is lhe nalional coedu- calional iournalism honorary, and rec- ognizes individual abilily and achievemenl in crealive wrilinq and publicarions in col- leges and universilies. Sophomores, Jun- iors, ancl Seniors are 'rapped annually ailer al leasl one semesler ol aclive service lo a campus newspaper or yearboolf. A pub- lishing house four and a banquel welcomes The new members. X-7 Row I: P. Ge-ier, Raymond l.. Levy-Advisor, B. Glendening, L. Goodleman, S Carlson, J. Mefcalf. Row 2: F. Paslco, J. O'Neil, D, Benach, S. Grey-Presidenl D. McEwen, J. Davis. Absenl-B. Berllce, J. Brandman. l 4. EKU! ' m 6 xx W i Q 2 E A H I E IQBEQHEE 6 C. McHenry R. Johnson, J. Helfrich, T. Heiney, J, Giger, S. Carroll, M. Halcher Clark, S. Gray. ...Ml Aalw-rt ISIIIX AR ,nl ' p gimwmnvm. .- , Y i X -f , -- .5 -s ,gf J I '55, ' ' x,.x.,,,9f -Q ,X N: NX .--,"1,v ' I . J -NN. 'A . I A 4 .1 -I 9 N B 'Q -gf. ' r 5 - --r v 1 ME 1 A ' B -- v 5',.-r'- M' .l . ,,.,y. -V. I rv 1111 ,-' L -L J :Na i X .Ng Q -1' ' 1 Row I: J, Balyeaf. J. Gloaaon. T. Muv.'h'rrTffr-Pre-'lifffi G. GV-""Vl'l:l' G-'frzif M. Taolca-Facully Adylser. Row 2: J SC'1If', E,Ter'hr1:l. I-', f-l"fn, TA P 'r'Akf.',- slri. J Ausferrniller, P. Larrow, J. Gu-'ldf":'ph, D, Ewfr J. VJW'-nhf: Elll Pril- ham, T, Meyer. Row 3: J. Bcrl, P, Crifn. E. Adil' , D, Grd.. J, VJ":Tfrh'.-rl' J. Boolh. J. Wllryr, D. 6015-l, E. pid-'ff P M'Cl'1lIil! D. D."":r'.-. l7 F- T'xV"Lf'f, T. Efcofl. Alpha Kappa Ps? the llrfl profeis-f-:f.al pugfreiz Traferr mai f fiiezl on Qclober 5, IQO4, al New Ycrl. Unlyerslly. There are C .fre-"l' ISO acliye and 45 alumni chaplers around The Unlled Slalee. Ga "-' 1 P3 chapler was lounded al The Llnfxer-Lily if Toledo on Ja'-, ll lvl. Unlile The Typkial social lrafernlfy, This Tralernlfy Ii one of rnaTf' rr:- Tessional acliylllee wllh a well balarrced cocfal calendar. Through The mufual ellorls oT nnenwberz, The-,' anm.all,' ipzn :he following campus-wide acllyillesz Career ConTerence, Ymno Pre enl's Conference, Execuliye Ewchanqe Day, and The Me-rchanf .a E 'vi-is newspaper. ln acldilion lo lhese Canwpus acllyrllef, lhey have Leverfal fnle spealers dlnrer-T, luncrecri. frnolera. proTe-iilirfa' ire discussions. This cloez nor mean lhal Alpha Kappa Pal is rzlrlclly bpdnefs nw riel They parllclpale in mary -:afn5:...e sooal aclXfVei. hplil nnif'h'. "-i"re par+ieS. and allend +he'r own zufnvwer collage. ll x The Academy of The Professional Physical Education Association if? A R w l J Katchmarlc B Clinebell President, B. Shaw, R. Pennypacker. Row 2: J. Ripple, B. Swindle, K. O'Connor. F. - The Accounting Club and Bela Alpha Psi, accounting honorary both function to assist accounting students in their professional development and associations. The Accounting Club is open to all accounting students while Beta Alpha Psi is limited to accounting majors with at least a 2.5 academic accum and at least a 3.0 average in accounting courses. The Gamma Epsilon chapter of Beta Alpha Psi was founded in May, i966 and is one of sevenlyeseven chapters at maior universities throughout the country. Meme bership is internationally recognized by Certified Public Accountants, slate boards oi accountancy, graduate schools oi business and most companies who employ accountants of high caliber. While all chapters of Bela Alpha Psi are in competition for national recognition individually, they do much to increase the professional background ol ils members by sponsoring spealcers who lecture on accounting and other related lields of interest. American Institute ot Chemical Engineers XF .7 f "" A jk . - I A .. I T- . Row I D Bauman President R Papenfuss D Krauss D. Nevius,' A. Tussing, J. Puse. Row 2: B. English, D. Burnett, E. Sheffer. J. Brimacombe, W. Rupert. All men and women maioring or minoring in physical edu- cafion, healfh. and recreafion are eligible for membership in fhe Professional Physical Eclucafion Associafion. The PPEA sponsors spealcers. an annual physical fifness fesf and various social acfivifies fhroughouf fhe year. The Academy is fhe honorary porfion of fhe Physical Educa- fion Associafion. The Professional Physical Educafion Asso' ciafion is open 'ro all sfudenfs maioring or minoring in physi- cal educafion, healfh, and recreafion. The Accounting Club and Beta Alpha Psi -44 A Row I. J. Kevern-Presidenf, D. Gogel, J. Gleason, K. Null, N. Tombaugh, L. Parrish, C. JGEQGFV W fi F ' ' G S' fcer, M. Mclvlillan, P. Kalmbach M mb h a bic, T. Buefler, J. Karpmslci, C. Cumberworfh, M. Spencer. , pe The Toledo chapfer of fhe American lnsfifufe of Chemical Engineers is open fo all men maioring in Engineering. lfs purpose is fo promofe inferesf in 'The field of chemical en- gineering. Through fhe use of pracfical knowledge and fheory. fhe members sfudy advancemenf in fheir field. Group acfivifies incluideia Chrisfmas parfy. a fall picnic. and an Honor's Banquet which honors oufsfanding chemical en- gineering sfudenfs. if Alpha Zeta Omega Row I: W. Schabses, M. Forgang, R. SToTTer, W. Wilson, D. Denzev, L. Weiss.A. Berzin. Row 2: J. Swarh, C. Hersh. T. Hinds, M. Marenberg. M. Wexler, S. STuTz. Row 3: J. LeviTan, G. Sanders, N. Kugelman, S. ManTel. The American SocieTy oT Civil Engineers was Tounded in l852. The obiecTive of The socieTy is The advancemenT oT The science and proTession oT engineering. The sTudenT chapter aT The UniversiTy of Toledo was esTablished To help civil engineering stu- denTs enrich Their college courses by beginning Those professional conTacTs and associaTions which, conTinued Through life, are so valuable To The pracTicing engineer in serving manlcind and The engineering profession more eTTecTively. During The school year. The sTudenT chapTer sponsors bi-weelcly meeTing, social evenTs, 'Field Trips. guesT spealcers, and movies covering The many aspecTs oT civil engineering. The highlight of The year is The spring Tield Trip and ioinT dinner meeTing wiTh The downTown chapter. Christian Science Organization -F . nv .J ' " : av ,N - . Sl. Y Row I: J. Davis-President G. Bleclcner-Advisor. Row 2: S. Schwab, R. Hendricks. K. Donnell. Alpha ZeTa Omega is a Professional Pharmaceufical Prafernify open To any male member in The College of Pharmacy and Science and was broughT To The Toledo Campus in l95O. The main purposes of Alpha Zefa Omega is To beffer The Profession of Pharmacy and increase The Professionalism. Alpha Zefa Omega Tries To do This by holding many Professional meefings in which spealcers from large companies Tallf abouf differenf aspecfs of The Profession. They also sponsor an annual Sfudenf Paculfy Forum in The College of Pharmacy. Of course, all is noT so dull because fhey sponsor a wide variefy of Social Acfivifies. They have a parfy for The brofhers and dafes al' leasf once a monfh, and have an annual Formal every year in May. There are also many Afhlefic Evenfs and Fund Raising Evenfs. They have Their own Chapfer Newspaper, which The brofhers puT TogeTher, and lasf year won The award for The besf Chapfer Newspaper. Alpha ZeTa Omega has been a sfrong fraferniTy in The College of Pharmacy for many years and will confinue fo be so for many years To come. American Society of Civil Engineers .5 ' 'Nw' V, :ca xi r q I N TR '- -. A x x 'P D7 'T' Row I: T. Hoover, B. Redmond, S. Drake-presidenf, K. Lanz. Row 2: J. Herc, K. Musch, M. Yalcumifhis, D. Anderson, W. Van CoTT, B. Lesniewslci, D. Derose. J. Golding, D. Alspach. The purpose of Chrisfian Science Organizafion is Two-fold. Firsf, iT offers The Universify communify an opporfunify To learn abouT ChrisTian Science Through iTs weelcly meefings, which are open To all sTudenTs. l-lere sfudenfs Tell how The undersfanding of ,God and man ThaT They have gained Through Chrisfian Science has been pracfical during Their college experience. Secondly, iT offers Chrisfian Scienfisfs many opporfunifies for growfh in The undersfanding and demonsTraTion of Their religion. Membership is open To Chrisfian Scienfisfs who seelc an enlarged undersfanding of Their religion and who wish To serve fhe Organizafion. b Each year The Organizafion sponsors a Chrisfian Science lecfure of parficular inferesf To college sfudenfs. The lecfurer chosen is a member of The Board of Lecfureship of The Mofher Church, The FirsT Church of Chrisf, ScienTisT in Bosfon, iviassachuseffs. Social acTiviTies including slcafing parTies, picnics. and buffef suppers are held Throughouf The year. I9l A Alpha Phi Omega " ""'3 F3 -"'-'-Si- ,,..... j's:ix11Q 'ox 0 o S GQ -. . ,si--L .fi 1. il-H -- aid on Row l: D. RedTield, T. Rehder, L. Whifalcer, J. Sponsler, N. Koenigselzer-Presidenf, W. Knoblauch, D. Tvlocke-nsTurm, J. BarTelhe-im. Row 2: D. Cruz, J. MarTinel:, J. BarTelheim, J, Hipsher, M. Kiss, D. Mylelc, T. Kreps, B. Rosendale, L. Williams. J. Temrne, Row 3: G. Palmer, G, Kalisilr. S. Nagy, D. Dreher, R. Underwood, S. WillTord, J. Winfers, G, l-lerren, Z.,AndrzeiczaTc, D. Holz. Alpha Phi Qmega was Toundecl Dec. I6, l925 aT LaTayeTTe College in Pennsylvania. The ZeTa Lambda chapTer aT The UniversiTy oT Toledo was esTablished in I948. The purpose oT APhiO is To assemble college men in broTherhood, boTh To develop leadership and To provide service To The campus and communilry. The TraTerniTy's services To The campus include The sTudenT book exchange, The building oT The l-lomecoming bonTire, The decoraTion OT The UniversiTy Tower wiTh ChrisTmas bells, and The ushering aT many UniversiTy TuncTions. Service To The communiTy is accomplished wiTh orphan parTies held during The semesTer, by aiding The ChrisTmas Seal drive, and in a SIOO donaTion To The UniTed Appeal. APhiC also has many social evenTs: inTramural sporTs parTicipa- Tion: a moThers' Tea: and several Theme parTies ThroughouT The year, such as The Psychedelic and Roaring 20's parTies. Annual social evenTs are The New Year's Eve parTy, The winTer camp-ouT, and The l:ounder's Day loanqueT. . :Imam Row I: J. Billmaier, M. Ligibel-president M. Hook, R. Humphrey, J. Lanzinger. S. Nowalc C. Kaspnalc, B. Klueber, B. Berllce. M K. Trombley, M. Moreno. Row 3: R. Schrein, C Kanary. C, Keung, M. Wilson, U. Wenninger, S, Konwin, S. Falkenberg, D. Wiley, S C. Simonis, K. Malone. Row 4: Anello, T K. Lehman, F. Zychowicz, T. Ligibel, T. Czarneclci C. Smilh, B. Kahl. C. Lochner, T. Kuebler, B. Smilh, G. Shemas. J. Drake, J. Easl, D Gerling. Abseml: S. Rouilo, B. Hayes, Fr. Hunrer, Row 2: M. Gryczewslci, H. Lillie, Ball, B. Benda, M. Grabarczyln, Lorann. M. Maurer, B. Carson, Humphrey, D. Agosii, P. Dowling, Newman Club. an acrive organizaiion on The campus was originally formed fo provide for rhe spirilual needs of fhe Cafholic sfudenis on +he secular universily campus. H is now open 'ro all inferesied siudenls and has broadened Hs program fo include religious, educarional, social and afhlefic evenls under The guidance of Falher Hunier, 'rhe Chaplain. The Newman Club aclively supporfs campus acfivilies. such as 'rhe Spirii Conresf, and comperes in fhe Homecoming lloai conlesi, winning second place in l967. The Universiry of Toledo Newman Club won a frophy for rhe "Mos+ Improved Large Group" in ils province, an area including Ohio, Wesi Virginia, Keniuclry, and Indiana. Newman Club Q00 Geoscience Sociefy ' 'E .F . 'L XJ Row I: C. Haffield, J. Luddens, J. Whife-President M. Camp, J. Willoand. Row 2: T. Rohrbacher, D. Sudbury, T. Kreps, R. Pawlowicz, R. Sweney, 6. Kiinlfle. Members Nor Presenf: M. Rowland. J. Bruning. J. Shafer, R. Syverr, D. Hamilfon. R. Smiih, D. Lefleiq J. Konwinslci, R. Harley. J. Umlauf. Advisors Nor Preseni: Dr. William Kneller, Dr. Sfewarr Dean. g Formerly B'nai B'rilh, lhis organizalion provides a well rounded social, cullural, and religious program lor The Jewish sludenls of lhe Universiiy. Now recognized as l-lillel, lhe organizaiion provides a common meeiing ground for men and women regardless of any oiher social or cullural associaiion. Many aclivifies, bolh social and religious provides and promoles harmony and friendship among ihe members and lhe communily. Membership is open io all full-lime siudenis of ihe Universiiy and lhe Communiiy and Technical College. lnsfifufe of Elecfriccil And Electronic Engineers Associafion rs- G V. Row I: R. Moser. P. Lungulow, O. Muclcenhirn, J. Juvinall, J. Woeller, T. Huber, P. Goldsiein. J. lwinslci. A. Moore, W. Bray, J. Hane. Row 2: jx. Cribbs, R. Lee, R. Hood. J. Sofielc, J. Miller, F. Alberg, C. Gra ham, J. Bage. R. Auslander, R. Buller, J. Willer, E. Anilcowiak, C. Humphreys, . Miner. I94 The Universify of ,Toledo Geoscience Sociefy was founded in l963. The obiecfives of fhis sociefy are fhe scholasfic scienfific and professional advancemenf of ifs mem- bers. fhe encouragemenf of fellowship and friendship wifhin fhe membership, fhe encouragemenl' of parficipafion of ifs members in campus acfivifies and service fo fhe Universify, and fhe exfension of friendship and assisfance fo ofher universifies, schools, and insfifufions. Acfive membership is limifed fo sfudenfs who have com- plefed one geology course and are enrolled in anofher. If is granfed by wriffen pefifion and on fhe basis of scholarship. Hillel M ow tl: Korman--presidenf, C. Grossman, S. Buclcholfz, L. Unger, K. Shore, A. Spizman. Row 2: M Yours? N auer M ono 5 Ad er fem, M. Flis. Row 3: S. Kupper, D. Winolrur, D. Benach, A. Cohen.A.Linslcy. The purpose of fhis organizafion is fo furfher The professional clevelopmenf of fhe sfudenf fhrough fhe disseminafion of knowledge concerning fhe fheory and pracfice of all-phases of elecfrical engineering and ofher allied fields. This is done fhrough planf fours, movies. and speakers who are experfs in fheir fields. , IEEE is fhe largesf engineering sociefy in fhe world, and ifs sfuclenf branches have fwenfy fhousand members. This organizafion was formed fhrough fhe merger of 'rhe IRE and fhe AIRE, which was complefed in I964. Membership is ope'n fo elecfrical engineering sfudenfs and fo anyone else who has an inferesf in fhis field. The faculfy advisor is Dr. James B. Farison. www,-. ,- V- --,,q ,?fE'2Xi ..., f 1 .ts v, ,,,.'f,,f' V4.9 nf? ,Q ,-y..'ar ,. . , ' ' 'FQ ff 5 .g1.,w'Tg,L'f' f. -,,.', .il :- I ' 1 .-,F if, -K 'fffff .. ,yd ' wr, ,c , f l, Hug "Z -22" A I J -1 .1 .." .. ,, .r 1 ., fr -A -4 . , lar, . ffvfq--I I., a I I. . ' ?r ,ff VA, - .- ,. cp' A f.'igff'i 1 v I Y-.ww . 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" -':EY,'55'Kr"7 ""7.'."f-J -- ' 3 41 ,.,-yi .rawV.-::'-'-1-1-1-ekvvN r. - '- ' Q .wm- Kappa Sigma f""i A g, .... vs"' '- ,,C Row I: B. Suffs, R. Cronin-regenf, J. Maclciewicz, J. Wilhelm, F. Leflce, R. Schlembach-advisor. Row 2: B. Cooper, J. Granecki, B. Taylor, L. Fisher, W. Valenfine, R, Sredniclc, W. Rall. Row 3: R. Falck, T. lserman, J. Bishop, R. Eulberg, l-l.Guzman,J. Kolasinski. Lambda Kappa Sigma is an infernafional, progressive and growing professional pharmacy sororify. If is a vifally alive and significanf force among our pharmacy women. lf has fhe disfincfion of being fhe oldesf and largesf pharmaceufical sororify for women in fhe world. Our basic sororify operafion provides for The fraining of young women culfurally, socially, educafionally and professionally. Lambda Kappa Sigma was founded in l9I3 in Bosfon, lvlassachuseffs by Efhel J. l-leafh. Mufual devofion fo professional infer- esfs and fhe close associafion and cooperafion wifh a college faculfy forms fhe founclafion of our sororify. Planning a unified and nafionally direcfed program, which would aid in cemenfing chapfers of fhe sororify fogefher and afford opporfunifies of decided merif, was fhe goal sef by fhe founders for fhis sororify. Alpha Mu Chapfer af The Universify of Toledo was esfablished on May 6, l956, and has been a cenfer of friendship for sixfy-eighf women pharmacy sfudenfs. Officers for fhe i967-I968 ferm are: Elaine Monday, Presidenf: Sue Dundon, Vice-Presidenf and Chaplain: Marcia lmholf, Sec- refaryp Lois Wrighf, Treasurer: Diane Emerson, Hisforian. Chapfer advisor:Mrs. William D. Roll. f-N 1 ,. Sfudenf Bar - l - . ' ij - 'L ll. :T L l Row I: J. Sfraub, J. Croffy, A. Capozzi. Row 2: P. Paffi, R. Cohen, P. Berg, K. Govendo. I96 J To develop indusfry, sobriefy and fellowship by fosfering high ideals. scholarship and pharmaceufical research are fhe aims of Kappa Psi. Among fheir numerous acfivifies are fhe annual formal dinner dance, rush parfies and sporfing evenfs. Brofherhood in fhe frarernify helps sfrengfhen fhe pharmaceufical professionalism nof only locally, buf nafionally as well. Buf even professional affifudes need lo be sfrengfhened by fhe bonds of frafernalism gained from social evenfs spoffed fhroughouf fhe year. Lambda Kappa Sigma Ni -1 ..', . Y U - ' 1 4, ew 1 Row l: L. Wrighf, S. Dundon, E. Monday-President M. Bird, J. KESSERU. Row 2: Johnson, S. Carson, l. Flagg. D. Fisher. The funcfion of lhe Sfudenf Bar Associafion is fo frain ifs members in fhe . responsibilifies fhey will face as members of The legal profession. The evenfs and services sponsored by fhe Sfudenf Bar Associafion are, fherefore, direcfed fo educafe ils members in fheir dufy bofh fo fhe public and fhe profession by drawing upon fhe generously offered aid of bofh feachers and pracfifioners. Monfhly luncheons. a spealcer program, and various social evenfs provide ample opporfunifies for fhe prospecfive afforney fo develope and enrich his classroom experience. I ..,, C. Silberg, D. Harf, A. Mahaffey, E. Jalcubowslci, M, Fla P- I The University of Toledo Engineers' Council 'QF :ga 'T J i 1 ,, 1 i: Ask 'T -fi A fr i Row I: D. Agosfi, F. Sedivi, D. Krauss, J. Juvinall-President Row 2: G. Rasi, J. Miller. D. Anderson, E. B. Garrison-Advisor, A. Tussing, D. De Rose, T. Huber. ' The Varsify "T" Club is a service organizaTion made up oT leTTer winners Trom all oT The varsiTy aThleTic Teams. The presenT advisor To The club is Mr. Jaclc Murphy assisTanT TooTball coach. Some oT The recenT acTiviTies include disTribuTion oT The Old Newsboys Paper, The sponsoring oT a campus wide mixer, and originaTing The annual "Grundie Day" on The day oT The Toledo-Bowling Green baslceTball game. Members oT The club also sell programs aT baslceTball games. Upon graduaTion, acTive members receive a ring wiTh gold "T" mounTecl in a blue sTone, The colors symbolizing The UniversiTy oT Toledo. As alumni members oT The VarsiTy "T" club, They remain acTive in general supporT oT The UniversiTy oT Toledo. Young Republicans f-Dafa DDQ if T T285 Row I: J. Funlc-president S. SurraTT. T. McClure, L. Woodward. C. Findlay. J. Henshaw, C. Gallo, D. Robson. Row 2: T. ParreTT, T. KainTz, D. Bowers, J. STarong, T. MawThorTer, R. Jacoby. G. WyganT. M. McQuade, L. Moskal, D. Mc Namara, R. Nocera,J.WingaTe. The Universify of Toledo Engineers' Council which is composed of represenfafives of +he fechnical. scholasiic, and special inieresf sociefies coordinafes programs of in+eres+ +o all members of +he College. The developmeni of a professional consciousness by parficipaiion in acfivifies including educafion, social, and service proiecis provides lhe opporfuniiies for +he Engineer +o 'lake his place in sociefy affer 'rhe compleiion of his academic life. Varsity T Q if --4' , 'N . - . - , GSO' 'Elmo l l .. A .- 4 gf. . 4 Row I: J. Farwer. K. Swini, H. Pirchner, D, Hickman, D. Hrwnla R. afiwb, D. Keller, R w F P l C o 2 a lf C p J E M Fa c T Beuller, D. While, J. Kircaid. J, Hausrer, D. Elileberry. R. Riddle, R, Sadangalijg E. Leffie. Ro-.v 3 L W3 D Vvy f Baclcensio, P. Elzy. J. Lydy, J. Murphy-Advisor. The purpose of ihe Young Republicans af The Universiiy of Toledo is lo educale ihe public lo an apprecialion of lhe Republican ideals in The lield of local, slaie. and nalional governmenr. This precepl is accomplished by every member endeavoring ihrough iheir own eiforrs and acis io illusiraie iis idealism. The Young Republicans conceniraie Their aciivilies in Three main areas: polilical, educaiiori, and social. ln addiiion To campaign work lhe club sponsors a series of speakers-Senaiors, Congressmen. and many ofher local and sfaie office holders. I+ conducis seminars, meeiings, and ihis' year broughl' 'the "UP WITH PEOPLE!" singing group lo ihe Sporls Arena. along wilh several oiher campus organizalions. The club also has social funciions wirh ihe highlighi being ihe Chrisimas pariy ai lhe Alcu-Aku. A I99 N5 4 Row I: S. Suder, L. Francis, M. Johnson, D. O'Rourke-President B. Dennis. J. Fealhersfone, L. Zrailr, Row 2: M. O'Shey, M. Kalinowslci, D. Ruperl, P. Williams, L, Kazmaier, M. Jenkins, G. Cardella, J. Kalchmark, Row 3: R. Pennypaclcer, B. Swindle, C. Wollenweber, S. Glanzman, S. Kellar, S. Hawkins. J. Slewarlr, P. Kearney, P. Pinlcslon, J. Nirschl. M. McAudy, M. DeLarey, M. Woodward, M. Maurer, C. Borgess. J. Rohr, S. Sommers, B. Carson. The inyerled lriangle oi lhe YWCA symbolizes spirilual, menlal, and physical growlh. Membership in ihe Young Women's Chrislian Associaiion is open lo all women sluclenls. The YWCA sponsors many aciivilies lhroughoui 'rhe year, iuncl raising as well as social. Among lhe social aclivilies, sponsored in coniunciion wiih lhe YMCA are such ihings as freshman camp and an annual Chrislmas Caroling Parfy. Une of The main oloieclives oi ihe YWCA is 'ro iosler high chrislian ideals lhroughoul Their program. xl ,J In Command . . . ""'lU 'Y Colonel C. A. ChrisTian, Jr. As a ProTessor OT lvliliTary Science, Colonel ChrisTin is responsible Tor The selecTion and miliTary eclucaTion oT individuals seelcing commissions as Second LieuTen- anTs Through The Reserve OTTicers' Training Corps pro- gram aT The UniversiTy oT Toledo. This being The Colonel's lasT year wiTh The UniversiTy OT Toledo, iT is TiTTing To recall The major accomplishmenTs achieved by him over The pasT Three years, During This Time, The enrollmenT in The ROTC program has doubled, The number oT graduaTes receiving commissions has greaT- ly increased and The CadeT Corps has become an in- Tegral parT oT campus liTe. AddiTionally, Through Colonel ChrisTin's eTTorTs, The relaTionships beTween civilian and miliTary personnel on The campus and in The communiTy have been enhanced immeasurably. Cadre Row I: SSM Hall, MAJ Leese, MAJ Leedom, COL Chrisfin, MAJ Canfy, MAJ Su9'er. Row 2: MSG Eridges SFC Do-well, SSG Heier SSG McWilliams. Cadre: The Officers are Assisfanf Professors of Military Science and fhe noncommissioned officers are insfrucfors in coniuncfion wifh adminisfrafive dufies. All personnel are members of fhe acfive Army and are specifically selecfed for Reserve Officers Training Corps dufy based on oufsfanding performance in previous assignmenfs. The Milifary Science Deparfmenf draws upon fhe unique backgrounds of ifs members, which include diversified schooling and specialized Training. The faculfy comes fo fhe Universify from many varied assignmenfs, ranging from combaf experience in World War II, Korea and Viefnam fo affendance af advance schooling such as The Command and General Sfaff College. Unif Commanders Unif Commanders: The ROTC Brigade is composed of 800 men who range from freshman fo senior and come from all fhe colleges. The Brigade fs composed ofa Band and of fhree Baffalions which consisf of four companies each. lf is commanded by a Cadef Colonel who is assisfed by a sfaff of senior officers. The Unif Commanders are responsible for fhe fraining of fheir unifs af Leadership Laborafory. They prepare lesson plans, presenf insfrucfion and checlc fhe proficiency of fheir individual commands. The ROTC Cadre provides guidance and supervision during fhese laborafory periods. x! Row I: R. l-leiden. B. Sneed. R. Crocker, J. G-iger, T. Beufler, R. Riddle, J. Flynn. Row 2: D, Hromilca, F. Sfeward, P. Elzey, F. Paslco, L. Sargenf ROTC Band AWFO x .. Q, or 'f me ann Q i A Row I il. To r.T: G, Benore, R. CouTurier, R. Hoesch, J. PlanT. Row 2: R. Tie-Tie, R. Box, C. Norris, J. Slanirlca, R. I-leaTer, T. Marlcley, H. Nor- wood, Ccnfmander. Row 3: Maior SuTTer, Adviser, D. Dennis, M. Craver, T. Williams L. Crawford, G. Burns. Row 4: G. McCracken, R. Shinavar R. Cherry, J. Keller, T. Tomaszewslxi. ROTC Band: The ROTC Band is parT oT The CadeT Brigade. lT is commanded by a CadeT CapTain who is assisTed by a CadeT LieuTenanT. The band is responsible Tor providing marching music Tor The CadeT Brigade during imporTanT evenTs such as The Pres- idenT's Review, Gold STar Award Ceremony, AcTiviTy Awards Day, and The Annual Armed Forces Day Review. ln addiTion, The ROTC Band provides appropriaTe music Tor The Rocl4eT Tans aT maior aThleTic evenTs ThroughouT The school year. ROTC Sponsors ROTC Sponsors: Annually The Cadef Brigade elecTs eighTeen girls To serve as ROTC Sponsors. The ROTC Oueen, who is also The Brigade Sponsor, is crowned and The elecTion resulTs are announced aT The annual MiliTary Ball. Each sponsor is provided wiTh a uniTorm and marches wiTh her uniT during The PresidenT's Review and aT cerTain leadership laboraTory periods. ln addiTion The girls serve as hosTesses aT acTiviTies sponsored byVThe MiliTary Sciences Club and assisT in The presenTaTion oT awards. The CadeT Brigade is indeed proud oT These girls, who represenT all campus organizaTions and lend Their beauTy To cadeT acTiviTies. Q2 D 1 ,B I 5 'X' K o T 0 o 0 0 O . A V I , S -A 5 - Q ,'. ' 8 Row I ll. To r.l: Sue CarTer, STacy SaTTerThwaiTe, Carol BrisTol, KaThy Ferguson, ROTC Oueen, Sandy Kinner, Sue Farrell, Suzanne Maloney. Row 2: Cafhf Duszynzki, DoTTy Wl1iTe, Jaclcie KnowlTon, Suzi Yoe, Connie Zumbrun, Jay Jalcab. AnneTTe Paryzelc. AbsenT: Linda Zrailc, PaT AlbrechT. Nancy Comer, Leslie MarTin. 204 I Pershing Rifles Row I: MAJ Su1+er-advisor, J. Wilfman, K. OHe, R. Cvrieco, M. Wcislelc, J. Sider-cornmandincz officer, D. Meinecke. D. Trebec, B. DiSalle, R. Flynn, R. Kuiawa, SSG J, McWilliams. Row 2: G. Rezcellah, A. Sfavish, K. Marlon, J, Roberfs, P, Wcislelc, C. Kogqe, S. Seaqzrave, K. Milrolai, R. Boyer, L. Shuff, R. Brenner. Row 3: M. Denman. J. Deca, H. Toney, P. Malone, D. Laufzenheiser, T. Kefcham, J. Howard, M. Wacnilc, R. I-'laacln C. Gerber. L. Barlh, S. Sharp, D. Guinsl-er, W. McDaniel. Row 4: D. Noggle. D. Sorcranf, D, Dennis, S. Ludlow. R. Cor, L. Crawford, T. Williams. D. Palmer, T, Obee, J. Belew, J. Planr, R. Evans, R. Ziegler, D. Dre-nnan, T. Roahal. The NATIONAL HONORARY SOCIETY OF PERSH- ING RIFLES, represenled ar The Universily of Toledo T, by Company Lel and commanded This year by PXR Qru 1 CPT John R. Ginger, promolres, preserves, and develops ' " 5 -N' 5 Q The highesf ideals of The rnililary profession and srrives . ,,,,- Q. C lo provide appropriale recognilion for high degrees T' F .7 my A I :,., yr 45-'v 1 .- 5' ., of mililary abiliry coupled wilrh responsible cllizenship of Q' I ,, Se ,-xy 'rhe uni+eas+a+eS. viiq 4 49' li, f 9 Q Each year, Company L-I sponsors acfivilies such as wg, N.,-F A 'TQ l L T' , 2 The Queen and her courl are selecled, and lhe Cord . L ' lg fra Ball in early February when 'rhe pledges are inilialed U . W inlo acrive sfalus. Members of Company L-I compefe P ' l in drill meels al college campuses +hroughouf The Mid- 6 U wesl. This year, personnel of Company L-I Traveled lo 1 l A 2 . i 1 drill meefs in Columbus, Cleveland, and Daylon, Ohio. , . . 5.1.13 T T fi 9 G T ah: .. 4 S. Yoe. A. Sowinslci-queen, D. While. 205 oa J ln a world ol consianl change, one which ideologies, concepis and philo- sophies are undergoing change and 'raking on a new perspeciive, educa- Jrion rnusi emerge as a dynamic. growing en+i+y expanding and devel- oping wifh Time, always loolcing one siep ahead info The luiure. Scabbard And Blade 'f 4 f . Row l: B. Owens, R. Brenner, J, Giger, COL ChrisTin, W. Van CoT'T. R. Gfummow, J. Moran, D. Trebec, K. Phillips, B. DiSalle, D. Richards, Cr. Blair, P. Lungulow. Scabbard and Blade: Scabbard and Blade is a naTional honor socieTy. The purpose oT Scabbard and Blade is To raise The sTandard oT miliTary educa- Tion in American Colleges and universiTiesy To uniTe in closer relaTionship Their miliTary deparTmenTs7 To encourage and TosTer The essenTial qualiTies oT good and eTTicienT oTTicers, and To promoTe Triendship and good Tellow- ship among The cadeT oTTicers. The socieTy also disseminaTes knowledge oT miliTary educaTion To The sTudenTs and people oT The counTry. The UniversiTy oT Toledo's chapTer is designaTed Company E, 9Th RegimenT and This year is led by RoberT F. Gummow. Company E-9's acTiviTies include having monThly luncheon meeTings, providing an arch OT sabres Tor The ROTC Queen aT The annual MiliTary Ball and honoring The Homecoming Bridgeman, L. Brookharlr. Row 2: K. OTTe, K. Kuiawa, J. Rifle Team: The riTle Team Trains iTs members in rifle marlcsmanship, riTle saTeTy. and sporTsmanship. The ROTC riTle Team Tixes shoulder-To-shoulder maTches in The SouThern Michigan-NorThwesT Ohio ROTC RiTle League againsT Bowling Green STaTe UniversiTy, Uni- versiTy of Michigan. Michigan STaTe UniversiTy, Uni- versiTy of DeTroiT. CenTral Michigan UniversiTy, EasTern Michigan UniversiTy, and WesTern Michigan Univer- siTy, The Team also sponsors Two Teams made up oT Queen aT The TooTball game. The year's acTiviTies are concluded wiTh a any imkereyfed S+uden+S' male or female' in a 'DFG' 'formal banquef ii-JST prigr T0 'Hje league 6Q6lf'lS'l' local Teams Sl' The lAXdGfT1S CODSSFVETIOU Club. I Rifle Team P l I5 ' T , 5 " 'T IW T l a l 5' T Q f T f A - - QT 6 u U 6 C l i Row l: MAJ Lease, B. MiTchell, M. Miller, D. McNamara. MSG Bridges. Row 2: T. Hinds, C. Cumberworfh. 206 l A.U.S.A. . Row I: L. Asen, J. CanTy, MAJ Advisor W. Van CQTT-presiderT, J. Mueller. Row 2: K. Phillips, L. Fowler, P. Ackerman. M. Thomas, SGM W. Owens. F. Genide, G, Blair. The AssociaTion of The UniTed STaTes Army: The As- sociaTion oT The UniTecl STaTes Army is a naTionwide. non-proTiT organizaTion dedicaTed To acquainTing The general public wiTh The Army and iTs TuncTions. Toledo UniversiTy' s uniT is lcnown as The Mad AnThony Wayne Company and is one of The oldesT cadeT companies in The organizaTion. lT has become TradiTional Tor The Mad AnThony Wayne Company To hold a seminar on Advanced ROTC. This meeTing is open To all sophomore cadeTs, members and nonmembers alilce. Since The sophomores are Tacing The decision oT wheTher or noT To go ad- vanced, This gives Them The opporTuniTy To discuss The pros and cons of This decision wiTh Tellow sTudenTs who have previously made The TransiTion. Marching Miss-el-eT'Tes: Marching Miss-el-eTTes are The UniversiTy oT Toledo's official women's drill Team founded in I965 and sponsored by The MiliTary Science DeparTmenT. They are noT parT oT The ROTC program, buT are a compleTely exTra'curricular acTiviTy on campus. Formed To promoTe inTeresT in marching slcills, wiTh emphasis upon uniT and self-discipline, The Marching Miss-el-eTTes represenTed The UniversiTy oT Toledo aT various drill meeTs in The sTaTe oT Ohio and neighboring sTaTes. The Team has won a second place Trophy aT The UniversiTy oT CincinnaTi, and a Third place Trophy aT The UniversiTy of DayTon. LasT year, They were The oTTicial hosTesses of The Gannon College lnviTaTional Drill MeeT aT Erie, Pennsylvania. On-campus acTiviTies include performing during l-lonors Day. during The Annual Army Formal lnspecTion. and aT half-Time during baslceTball games. The Marching Miss-el-eTTes also march in The VeTerans' and Armed Forces Day Parades in The CiTy of Toledo. Marching Miss-el-effes 9 , - . V 7 G Zi.. H. .A 1 Row I: MAJ G. Leedom-advisor, M. MaTThews, C. WhiTe, K. Solon. P. KuerTen, J. PTlum, SSGT G. Heller-advisor. Row 2: J. Durbin, M. Robers A. Jacobs. C. Ulrich, M. Creque, D. Young. D. Cavanaugh, H. Floyd. J.Allen.AbsenT: C. Kranz, P. Gefelue. 207 fr "Wx 'O S1 'Q NN li 1, "1 D f X JS. A P3 ' . . X , .-"Fo " ' Officers Dowd Hall H. Gale. S. Severau. E. Gelber, P, Kozey-Presidenl B., Sfone, S. Varner, L. Dinoller. As a member of lnfer-Nos, lhe purpose of lhe Dowd Hall As- socialion is 'ro promole loyalry, good fellowship, and service for lhe campus and communily. This organizafion is governed by lhe Dowd Hall Dormilory Council and lhe Judiciary Board. The women are a unified group, working 'rogelher lo make communily living livable. Varied ideas, personalilies, habils, lalenrs and accenls blend To form new and inleresfing individuals. No one escapes 'rhis influence and rnosl benefil by ir. Among aclivilies ol lhis organizarion are dances, a Chris+mas parry. and a spring openhouse. First Floor Dowd Row I: C. AH, J, Eiausey, L. Michaels, B. Hiss. J, Lafnam-Res3den+ Assisfanf. Row 2: S, Herman, J. Ferlic, C. Sfower, T. Whife, K. Kozlowsky D. Mason, M. MacTaqgar+, S. Nadle, L. Eps+e-in, B. Gordon. Row 3:S. Bridenbaugh, J. Hoyer. S. Morningsfar, D. Levinson, D. Goeiz. Second Floor Dowd Rovf I: B. Beer, C. Cunningham, R. Mosser, S. Varner, C, Hepper-Reside-nf Assisfenh S, Adler, S. Geihgey, J. Bacnler, C. Griffin. Row 2: D. Berg, M. Ngfegs, J. Ka+z. E. Gefber. S. Semerau. S. Dorfmar, L. Meyer, C. Browning M, Wachfel. Row 3: L. Fanning. A. Coiferman, L. Dinoffer. R.Weins1ein, , fe.-ward, F. Sales. 2IO Third Floor Dowd Tr' Y, Row I: B. S+one, M. Bewby, S. Bedol, L. Ankley, V. Gluck, G. Coscarelli. Row 2: C. Arnold. C. Gould, C, Silbe-rg, P. Kozey, C. Elovsky-Residen Assisfanr, A. Cohen, E. Konowifz, J, Finkerl, D. Turzan, D. Hosfeld. Row 3: J. Hahn, K. Wesfrlch. D- SPNQISV' Z- Ziefow' A' Bemeff' H Gale. S. Bauman. Officers MacKinnon Hall ' ' E 4 I Nagy 'lm-xl ,X , lv Q l l '-S -'4 .Q is o. 1 , -,gc , ' 'M 45, , n.- 'yy Q.. ,f on -s ' p . NM.. ?-r-is 1 '-. . H-1 X wxfi ' 'ggi lgkvii'-1 " . l ., u AX . 'F . K E", 55, X1 X -Ls.. 1sfTfTfsf.s?fz X, 1. " 'fr sf' ' ' if . ay fs fl 51454 'ffl vsp, sr' , it Lx K 1 Z. rf km: ignrig-high, 1 . . x, . iq I, ,-l '-,- Viz' min,-,T .Lea .5 1 ' . af H is r , '.'f.-AAI.: eu-.il-9'1" . - 1 xi -4 -i as -,gffxvzi ll ---we 3-Pile: Q fi- ' gig?- -, K, -- '.,E53i,f.:-: -IQA A . - ".4V5.1,,,' L L is s- 2,51 5' , s s fsinzggg5gxL1:.,gc-31.4 ? '- l "1 so 1 iafgsfifi-i'2iff.f ff - Q 1 in X - a ' ' ' - l 1 "1 H, ' - . , JN ' i. ,il I .W , ,s ' i .QJ,----ll' .M L s 1 - 2 .. aililllo' l i -f ,Q ffij' . , . A ggrggf .' n 'iff' i 5 . i " " , ,QL N FL5 '-'2'1-i,',.,. ' "-' Vs. , m.is,.1:-W. -- " Nl- X S. l-lavilan, A. Alp-er, J. VVeis, L. Klein, R. l-lolli. ln order 'rhal lhe more 'rhan lhree hundred campus residenl women in Dowd and MacKinnon halls may have The mosl in 'lheir life away from home, lhe ln+er-Nos operales 'ro serve 'rhem by serving lhemselves. Every woman residenl is a member of This aclive organizalion. Annual open houses, Homecoming weekend evenfs, dances. birlhday parlies, Jreas and luncheons are planned. The women work iogelher every spring as lhey prepare for The Women's Songlresl. The lnler-Nos organizalion provides a chance lo develop leadership and service for lhe campus and communily. First Floor Annex Second Floor Annex J lk 4 Row I: N. McBride. S. Rcse, M. Mafllvews, C. While, S. Leahy. Row 2: C. Cody M. Newlon, R. MOSS, P. Sf. Clalr, M. Abood, J. Slauber, J. Karlin, J, Sanborn, S. Plaff, T. Dixon, R. Holi, K. Solon. Row 3: J. Cole, T. Gogan, S. Ledermif, J. Pflum. Row I: L. Klein, M, Siegel. L. Sclwlfe. Row 2: B. Segall, K. Alexander, E. Phipps. P. Oswid, M. Dilclwer, S. Caron'-, C, Mcve, J. Prevoi N. Savoca. E. Newman, C. Harper, P. Clair, S. Berne.. Row 3: A. Re-leer, A. Alper, P, Kaplan, J. Slnger. Third Floor Annex Row I: L. Toss. T. Wachsman, C. Cookson. Row 2: W. Fursf, B. DeMaHo, S. Hauicand, D. Chapman, D. Wesfon, L. Shapera, S. Zaner, J. Scheiner E. Edwards, P. Goffesman, B. Deckerman. L. Unger, M. Flad. Row 3: S. Loew. L. Rosen. Apartments 1-'FN ,J Row I: S. Fries. L. Kaczor. Row 2: S. Lingel, C. Lewis, S. Buckholfz, K. Keenlwolfz, B. Schinasi, B. He-if, A.SweeTerman. ii. ii . QQ ga TRW 5' vi . wi " a . ' i sf 11 f D '-'E I 'L X It 7 .ii . "i Fi' A - 1.13: :fi 'H K V' .' S ' if In ' '- . i'i'?f ' . ' ' M '7 -ri S , " ,L ' ' 'l, EI F , ' ' ' -'E 1 i 'G ' I 0 -5 Frqi 'V 1. ' ' 1 ,XRN 'm N- I fr if R f I w I: J. Weis, M. Press, D. Daniels, M. Farano, S. Jauir, L. Clarke. Row H Rosenberg, S. Jaclsom, M. Koiimann, D. Joiiarmseri, M. Niqqie, D. Giqiia, M Sfuari. B. Slwaierly, E. Sfreef, J. Connell, S. Dickinson, D. Wiwiieiwursi. Row B Davis, G. Birnbaum, M. Mosesi:il'vrv, S. Binqo, E. Wiueeier, P. PaHie.om. X Row I: P. Trabifz, D. Sigmund, B. Berfke. Row 2: T. Kin, R. Walker C. Cipolla, K. Falor. J, Schrader, S. Gross, N. Baker, J. Voiimer, Bokerman, L. Casper. Row 3: N. Series, R, Goidsmiih, N. Baum, C. Woiiowicz, N. Wiedemann. rfb i i I Relaxation ,Y JI 9.1! 1 A w 't 9 'Ii-if ! '51-sg 4551! The Cenfral Board of Publications lx A. 5 oi' -f:"f, R. Johnson, D. Seemann, J. Wenzliclc, W. Springer. A. Grande, R, Levy, E. Gross, The Cenlral Board ol Publicalions is lhe policy approving body for all official sluclenl publicalions, including lhe Bloclchouse and Collegian. Specific dulies include: ll appoinlmenl of 'rhe ediiors and business managers of lhe Block- house and Collegian: 2l reviewing lhe annual budgels and approprialions submilled lo The Sludenl Aclivilies Commirleeg 3l examine and approve coniracls quoled for worlc 'lo be done in conneclion wilh sludenl publicalions7 41 ser policy for sluclenl pulolicalions. Membership of 'rhe Ceniral Board includes pasf edirors of lhe Bloclchouse and Collegian, faculiy, and adminislralors. James LivingsTon, EdiTor-in4ChieT Blockhouse The oTTicial yearbook Tor The UniversiTy oT Toledo is The naTionally recog- nized Bloclchouse. PublicaTion oT The boolc iTselT is handled enTirely by members oT The sTudenT body. The policies, plans, and budqeTed opera- Tions are TormulaTed by The sTudenTs subiecT To approval by The CenTral Board oT PublicaTions. This year under The able leadership of ediTor Jim LivingsTon, The Blockhouse noT only managed To sTay wiThin iTs budqeT buT was even able To be disTribuTed beTore The end oT The school year. The Bloclchouse Tor l968 has aTTempTed To capTure a myriad oT memories in word and picTure. The success oT This aTTempT can be in large parT aT'TribuTed To The hard worlcing sTaTT who slaved away wiTh liTTle reward oTher Than The saTisTacTion oT presenTing To The UniversiTy oT Toledo anoTher page oT iTs greaT hisTory. ...V T -1 in s N.- iisfgzj-13:4 cab- 'fl VicToria Howell, Managing EdiTor UD ..fHf.Q!17??f1".Ei15'J9f.Q1AQdo 5 1 ' s Rich Mihaliclr, Business Manager .... Z- .F .4 1 moan' 1 5-A1413 pfwggy .Qj4,7Ll5-J Q-wq,-n- .. . b6'Zfgr4'!2qq:q.l Thq.l,Qu1w15ty fy ,lblzdfz ww. Bill Braun, Sdes Manaqev' Blockhouse NN y',:Q:Nw-:N A .- ,L xi-:SQ-XQ:ilXQeb'S:s1sf, . ng-........ "' 4 Eldon Shaffer, Adminisfrafion Edifor ww. 1 .. nj. V 'NYiEbE?H?fxErw.1":-' ' . Y In My Q may .mwxxxsN05.NNliNAxx:i'LXc,' ' xxlwaswf , XXX X ' 9-m m-fx ' h -H' . - :X X 1' X XXX' . ,, -v5.f.--'His'-.-'. - ' wx ,-.X N Xfkfm ,,,. Penny Goffesman, Aff Edifor x X4, X we-X ffl fi 2 'f ,- 1 Sue Yoe, Copy Edimr Kandi Cosgrove, Feafures Edifor ::, is' , .......I4.x..,, l Janef Rogolslcy, Arfs Edifor s 0 7 ' XNN. 2 , P - Fi 5' X -+ Q. ' A ax 1- "A' e ' ' . Y 1 X ix Q 'lj ' I V SCX M I, ,2, . 1 Ye' 1' g. '-1,53-'A I. - ' Q14 ' . :Nl ' 5 Ai. ,. , Jeff Davis, Greeks Co-Edifor , I Tom Dav Sue Varwig, Dorm Edifor -1.1 Rvws XX 3 1 NE w 3' 1 Sw jx . . Ye. Q cf f ' 1' f f is. Greeks Co-Edifor v'?"'-'z'i3 .4a Ixt- 5 iw. +n... 1- N K x lx- if I I wwe.. I I I I I I I , I 5 , lv Mary Lou KlawlHer, Hefene Renchlnn Semor Co Eddors 'Am . ff' 'Ls 6- vw' Jenny Mefcalf, Layouf Edi+or x x mm xx I, xm XI xxx X X .ex xx ww WNV Q XI sw QC A xx" X x A N X Q XXX X ki Cv Xmsx ANS: I 5 WX . K "X-i',4f fx . . vg.,:f-.SQ ff-15 5 1 ., .sxg, . ' sg w Ik -- Q., . .4 ws, . fb-qi' .. xx ' K 1' -ati, sf 1 sf JK flax W 5 A an was Marla Greenberg, Index Edifor I sun: Ai. - ' Jerry Brandman. Sporis Edifor 5, 3, : - Q 1 s ' 4 .' , I ,Q v I . 4--. 1.9: Q sa R ,. fn'- pr'l , 'I .. , L .1 4 " VV, 1 I .' . ' " .'- ll N ' C4 X' Q . - .5 I api' x- E P Douglas Benach, Organizafion Edifor ..,,. . , . f -P-'kv' .aw 'Qc lf QQ: I .!,. - x-q53gg. il NI El ll: 7?-"""'J'f' """""f" """" 'W V' 'V F1951 ISI IIIVII- I1 I e----- N, ,i-.wife T . in is . Nh' '54 iq' If-WL -TTI' Vi' T cj.'l -H' '!.f",A1l, nu cm'iu.uN .7 pl .Th fglfqmn l ' " ' ,,.x 5lg.y.' 'W -T iL'd"-'ff r"" 'lirz-',"'4".y, M fl -'win n,Q:.4A'.'-5, , uf: . ., ' " 1. I ' . I H 1 .. L., .,- 1-fb - , '4gw Q . . ' 'T 1 K 1 . ir - 1 - -r ' ".lt . " .fl 301, 'Q '71 1- 'Wi vi .li 4' . . -- 'JV Mum, 'I 'Ui THE COLLEGIAN - Q - ...-iffy. -L'-,L .u w.....M 5,4- rn..-u.,1-...,4... --.4 I.: u., V '..-1.-f1V4.4- . . IYJVI :X I 'M-' f- :mm Q--,,," -. Q-,-.. ii L Tom Taylor, EdiTor-in-Chief The Collegian The Collegian recorded a year oT growTh Tor The UniversiTy oT Toledo by expanding a liTTle on iTs own. RoclceT Line was added To The normal dieT OT news coverage and opinion on universiTy aTTairs. Trying To keep pace wiTh an expanding campus and an in- creasing sTudenT body. Rocl4eT Line answered readers' guesTions concerning The universiTy. A TeaTure iniTiaTed lasT year, "For Thinking OuT Loud." received new impeTus This year wiTh greaTer response. STudenTs conTribuTed essays on Topics of Their own choosing. Their sul:iecTs ranged Trom a dis- cussion oT The guesTion "ls God Dead" To The value OT Treshman English. WiTh The publicaTion oT some expanded ll2-pagel issues, normal news coverage also increased. EcliTorially, The Collegian campaigned Tor greaTer sTu- denT parTicipaTion in campus acTiviTies and Tor a more eTTecTive STudenT SenaTe. The Collegian also lsepT iTs hands in The social aTTairs oT The universiTy by conTinuing iTs annual sponsorship oT The Spring Queen elecTion. Pa'rTie Geier, Managing EdiTor N .suv 110 as-rv Jean O'Neil, Associafe Edifor Darryl McEwen, Copy Edhor 5 4 K 'L' " ITIS 2425 , ti N r, -,,, A-.,f Leff fo Righf: Jim Snider, Adverfising Manage-rg Frafk Pasko, Business Manager. il P! 5 XNRXSX Qx S x 'Q K XX , ., , W X N, Q U W3 QLXX qv! Qi , -,hx R x -any X' x: .Risk 9--grx. YQ-:wk Y T? Sir? 1 E . Q , 3-5:11 gsm: Q ,-,px -V Q. P7 'g fff' 'I il .1 1 1. 1 C i 44" f4,f,. Wifi e 'lad - XI ' 1,-K. ,H I' v 1-agp! V f mtlml -, 1 N' Leff fo Right Linda Johnson, Barb Paris, Smff Wriiers 226 vm, - . -WX? 'fr-Q'2H:J5b liao i if F -5 5 w 2 1 x 5 --n---....,, - Tom Wood, Sporfs Edifor Bill Hayes, Phofography Edifor li i : 3, i kx x 3 xx Z 1-g '-'f NU'-gi 4-:-.-... , . , -ww fa? 'H' X QQ:-T.+Z9-x -' :- -5'T:f Kr, xg, fx I 2 .1 I V. i 5 - i 1 i Y.. ' - L Richard Bissell, Theafre Ediior Leff fo Rigl-ii: Dave Holz. Bill Rieizke, Sheila Connel, Copy Siaff 4 6 1 I N Y . X i i .. . Lefi fo Righf: Richard Smifh, Colleen Klein, Dave Palka, Linda Woodward, Linda Lyfle, Reporfers. ,.,,. if 5 2 . 'FPR -F, ,su , Q . 'Wx 5335 ' E X L A. , X1 . . .vi PM fi: N .U is ,.Q,, 13 X3 fx ,-x - gg g5'2:,:,f. nm. -fri' V J, B" Ya - 91: , E. 11.1 -,f Panhellenic Council v' - I Row I: E. Gelber, J. Thornion--President Karen David. Row 2: J. Rogolsky, D. Emerson, J. Kanipe. S. Maloney, S. Sfark. Row 3: R. Defxrmenf, R. Penny- paclcer, M. Maurer, V. Black, C. Tusch, A. Mahaffey, K. Neeb. C. ToffIer, L. Mears. The Universify of ToIedo's Panhellenic Council is composed of Iwo delegafes from each of fhe nine nafional sororifies on campus. This organizafion was esfabiished fo fosfer inferfraferniiy relafionships, I 'ro assisf individual chapfers, and fo afford cooperaiive and smoofh funcfioning of fhe women's frafernifies. The Panhellenic Council worIcs wifhin a framework sef up by fhe Nafiorial PanheIIenic Confer- ence which oriqinafed May 24, I902 in Chicago. Iliinois. From fhe Panhelienic Creed, one learns fhaf Panhellenic sfands for "service fhrough ihe deveIopmeni of characfer" inspired by fhe close confacf and deep friendship of individual frafernify and PanheIIenic Iife. I I . . . I Junior Panhellemc Council 5 I I I '21 ' I I no 'Nu Row I: D. Weaver-Presidenf, B. Brenneman, P. Goergen. Row 2: K. Grzelak. D. Ross, J. van Boesschofen, J. Suffon, I T. Maloney. S. Buresh, J. Prichard. Row 3: L. Cox. M. Hunfer, G. Seyfanq. D. Brendel, C. Yarder, C. McCann. F. Salles, B. King. I 230 I C. Corbin T. Davis C. Duck T. Forquer D. Harlon T. Heiney L. Hill T. Hilf J. Jaffe L. Kirschner R. Krieger D. Kuenzel R. Mihaiick W. Navarre A. Panfoia T. Perris F. Reynolds R. Rogers K. She-Her-Pres D. Thayer R. Volk-Pres. T. Weeks F. Wyland Leo Asen Randy Auslander Jim Baum Frank Bergman Jerry Brandman 'T' 'gf Ed Brookmyer JeTT Cohen Mark Cohen Chuck DanowiTz Mark David JeT'T Davis JeTT Diamond Joel EpsTein Les EpsTein Randy Gamiel STuarT Gebell Harvey Gluckson Mor? Goldberg Jerry GoldsTein Dave Goodman JeTT Haber Irwin Hammer Carey Hersh Lenny lvler AEI'I Alpha Epsilon Pi is a broTherhood, moTivaTed by The edu- caTed hearT and de-dicaTed To The noTions of devoTion and love oT one's Tellow man. We members of Alpha Epsilon Pi are ioined TogeTher in The common Task oT sharing a com- mon life while pursuing The common purpose of our own educaTion. This educaTion is noT resTricTed To classrooms and TexTbooks and Term papers on Technological principles oT maThemaTics and sociology, Tor we have much more To be concerned wiTh. The concern is noT only The maTTer OT learn- ing how To make a living, buT oT Teaching one anoTher how To live. Our muTual dedicaTion musT exTend To a presenT and TuTure service To our Tellow man. This is The principle, The ToundaTion, The ideals, upon which Alpha Epsilon Pi is builT and Tlourishes and grows. This is The principle which makes iT Truly a TraTerniTy, Tor iT is This ThaT makes us broThers OT one anoTher, and Through This broThers To all mankind. 232 1 Lewr: ICVCQLR-ir Mazfer Al Klein A1 Kiwi-Zdy NjL9 Yuj:e"'1af Sfe-.ra Y-pper Mire Li-vrre lay Lcfrnrrna, Joel Le-vrrun Ed Lrcbcfrman Norm Lrndauer lrvfln Lfnrer Prezz Liver Dale Min!-rn Howard Mmowrrz Arthur Pucker Mark Per'm3n Phil Perlman Don Perlmuffer Drcrq Pessm Siu Finder Larry Press Joel Qurenf Andy Raanfeni Gerrid Rerfck Dennis Rdand Mike Roiervbewg Mike Scheer Art Schneider Rick Saw? Joni Scnire Bob Schumer Ron Sraw Barry Skevfsky AN S 'vi-'rr'a'w Dsugl Scrfer' Sieve Spirgir Arnie- Spwfinj Sm Sferrv R :n Sfr1?'f2' 'Var Szper Jef? Tib7n Jacqui Bachler Sandy Bricker Sandy Buresh Chris Chapman Befh Clark Judy Colony Barb Czyzewski Judy Deblh Jeanne Dernski Sue Farrell Suzie Frisbee Lorraine Goodlernan Marla Greenberg Sharon Guerecky Sue l-lawkins Connie Hepper Mary Pal l-lofman Vicki Howell Judy Huichinson Fran Kaczmarek Sandy Kinner Mary Lou Klawiller Sandy Kosinski Judy Lalham Louise Lewand Lee Lewis ACI1 if . .X X 19 Alpha Omicron Pi was nalionally founded in i897 al Bernard College in New York. Locally, Thela Psi was founded on Nov. ll, I944. The sororily colors are cardinal. Among lhe honors we have gained ihis year are a freshman cheerleader Elena Kuiz: five Rock-els: Jacqui Bachler, a band maiorelreg Blockhouse ecliiorsg Collegian reporler: lhree ROTC sponsors-Sue Far- rell, Sandy Kinner, Sue Yoeg SUB and SBG members: and Senale represenlaiives Elaine Jacubowski and Frani Kaczmareki as well as members in 'lhe various honorary socie- lies. Thanks lo Nancy Mynderse's ingenuiiy, AOPi iook second place in Greek Week Skils. And we were proud ol our sislers as we won The Alpha Sigma Phi Powder Puil: Derby lor ihe besi decoraied car. AOPi is an organizalion possessing en- 'rhusiasrn and spiril wilhoui comparison, especially when around our eighleen won- derful pledges, who crealed a madhouse as lhey 'fried Their hand ai 'inferior dec- oralingf' as well as "vvor+hwhile" money- making veniures, such as auciioning arlicles of 'rhe aclives' clolhing back lo ihem. Service as well as social, AOPi pariicipaied in lheme iralerniiy parlies, including roller skaiing and a "BAG" pariy: Winier and Spring Formals ai which George Offen- burg was announced as lhe "PiOA Guy": and we supporied our philanlhropic fund for ihe Arlhriiis Foundaiion. Gai' Lucas Sara LL"b3f'IS June Maas Anne Manaffey Ghrwa Mer"n Donna Mann Jenny Mefcaff Nancy Myrderge Rninda Navarre Sandy Palmer I-wma R.,:.Lr-, JUQQ Piipggln Sue Rosen Jars? 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Isl' Semesler Dick Deisrler La rry Die+rick Roy Drake Sfeve Drake Jolwn Dude George Fillsy Joe Giamnefli George Gusses-Pres 2rd Semesler Jim l-lauperr Curlls Hong Ron l-lofclwkiss Dave Judy Jolm Kulwl Jerry Lambdin Pai' Lauman Jie Li-'S Jim Lingvai .lim l.'yi'v'1z'lcin D-if' .f Mal'-ir Piih lfllilijl Eib lA'lfi:- Tim O "Lid A'd,f Fucefli E55 R-'drfvrtl Pal Rffclz.well Dr-J1 Sfl'r.-,dar cl im Swf- mb 3 Milne Svfemba Kern Torolc Frederick Vvbik Dale Wicham Bill Winiers Dave Wisniewslci Sieve Yarbrough Joe Yearm Gary Zdawczylc Tony Zimlsowglci Sigs remain greal lhru 68l Winners of lhe campus soiril lrophy, defending sporls champions, and lirsl place in l.l:.C. lloal compelilion: are a few of lhe many awards characlerislic of Alpha Sigma Phi. Sigs also lopped a 'lsmolin' year" wilh lhe eleclion of Miss Nancy Conner as Homecoming Queen, Alpha Sigma Phi is Jrhe oldesi naiional lralerniiy al lhe Universily ol Toledo and conlinue lheir campus lead- ership rradilion wilh lhree senalors, edilorship ol lhe yearbook, four Blue Key members and dormilory ad- minislralion. Socially, Sigs are lhe campus Kings and lealure such blow- ouls as lhe Hells Angel parly, Faclory Fred parly, and a sound ol soul parly, To name a few. Good-Will, Toledo Jay-Cees, and lhe Leulcemia Sociely are a few of The many communily service proiecls spon- sored by lhe Alpha Sigs. Add il up: brolherhood, unily, leadership, sporls, aca- demic achievemenl, communily service proiecls, and lun- iun-lun: Sigs remain greal in '68! AGPA Alpha Phi Alpha was Tounded aT Cornell UniversiTy on December 4, IQO6. Locally, Alpha Phi Alpha was esTablished on May 22, 1954. The aims of The TraTerniTy are manly deeds, mainTaining high scholasTic achievemenT and love Tor all mankind: The broThers meeT These goals. Besides compeTing in all l.F.C. sporTs, The local chapTer presenTs such evenTs as The SweeThearT's Ball, Hobo Dance, and The Freshman Girls lcebrealrer. OTher social TuncTions include a Career Clinic, and a SweeThearT's Tea. Alpha Phi Alpha aims To build leaders and some of The ouTsTanding alumni are Supreme CourT JusTice Thurgood Marshall, SenaTor Edward Brooks, Jaclcie Robinson, Dulce EllingTon, and lvlarTin LuTher King. Today Alpha Phi Alpha consisTs oT more Than 40,000 men, and is s+ilI growing. There are now I6O undergraduaTe chapTers on college campuses in 40 sTaTes, The DisTricT OT Columbia, Canada, BriTish WesT Indies, Europe, and Africa. The spiriT of broTherhood and inTimaTe conTacT remains sTrong and The broThers are looking Torward To anoTher producTive and rewarding year. Alolson Brown Donald Cole Charles Corbin U 5, vu- x NW if 5 ' 'K' Rodney EasTon , , T Fred Reynolds- .:..ia-.ii33,Eif:,iiQi31Q.'53,v Presidenl' ,, Pi' "i"l' ll"' V l 1 l Sei! LJA AX!! Alpha Chi Omega was founded a+ De Pauw Universify on Oc+ober IS, l885. Locally, Alpha Chi was formed in I945. The sororily colors are scarle+ and olive green. Alpha Chi's are exlremely aclive on campus and are found in every major organizalion including Senale, lhe SBC: commissions, lhe Sludenl Judiciary Council, SUB, Peppers, Who's Who, Bloclchouse, Collegian, YWCA, SAE Lillle Sislers of Minerva, and TSFA. Fall evenls for +he sororify include numerous pledge pranks, a molher-daughler lea, firsl place boolh for WUS Carnival, Dad's Nighl, Big-l.iHle Sis Chrislmas Parly and Winler Formal. For l'he Alpha Chi's, spring means Songlesl, for which Jrhey have laken second place for Two conseculive years: l'lera Day, devoled To allruislic endeavors: Spring For- mal: and Collage Week. Vicki Black Pal Cassis Connie Coombs Sue Dow Nancy Dreschler Wendy Dyer Nancy Dyrnarkowski Ramona Ford Pailie Geier Diane Giglia Alyce Goldman Debbie Goodman Phyllis Jones Linda Karpinski Camille Kasprzak Kafhy Kean Becky King Krisline Klag 1' ,SG f 9' fs Qs qff' Q fi ,ly E7 ,- A? J .uv,If -L-:rr Mary Ball Bonnie Brenneman Sandra Ducaf Kafhy Sfoiber if :Lv Valerie Korsoq Linda Lyile Cheryl Merriff Debbie Niekranz Judy Niekranz Mary Niggle Kathy Rhoden Gay Robinson Marsha Rogers Joyce Rosebrock Janef Rofh Carol Sllberg Sandy Sfewarf Anne Sfreicher- Kafie Sfreicher Pam Sufer Barb Swindle Carol Szychowski Carol Toffler Cafhy Vorraber Becky Wachfer Sandy Wilkinson Sandi Williams Pres Barb Bender Sharon Billeleldl Linda Boncly Sue Bollles Bonnie Brown Sue Carlson Mary Ann Carson Donna Chapman Killi Clemens Jan Cooper Nancy Delikal-Pres Callie Ellioll' Molly Garrell Sue Gueldenzoph Debbie Hanes Sharon Harpel Jo Herring Mary Hess Andi Johnson Barb Jones Pam Kearney Pam Keeling Hope Kessler Jill Knapp Sue Konlal: Sue Lesh Michele Maqill Carla McCann Linda Mears Lois Mifchell AAA sd Q- 1'--y 1' M, 155 i fs, Judy Mohn Sandy Oslrander Fanchon Pippinger Barb Rengel Jan Reslivo Louise Rideoul Gail Seylang Ann Shoemaker Gloria Surace Sue Thornburg Karen Vogelpohl Cindy Wallers Kay Wells Mary Jane Wilson Becky Zink Kalhy Zuercher . Blwf " , 7 'Qi I vfipn J AAA Della Della Della was lounded al Boslon Universily in l888 wilh lhe colors ol silver, gold and blue. Phi Alpha chapler was born on lhis campus in ICI44 and lor ils members lhe pearl, pine and pansy hold special meaning. Toledo Tri Dellas have finished anolher busy year. Fall rush broughl us eighleen oulslanding pledges. A back lo school roasl wilh lhe Chi Omegas opened lhe lall semesler. Andi Johnson, General Chairman ol 'l'U's Homecoming, was assisled by lour Tri Della chairmen. Tri Dellas look lorward each year lo lheir Founders Day Banquel, Big Sis-Lillle Sis Chrislmas Parly, lhe Tri Della Trike Race, and lhe Pansy Breaklasl. This year's winler lormal, "The Spiril ol Chrislmas Pasl," was a lascinaling evenl. Tri Della boasls leaders lhis year in all aspecls ol Campus lile. Three members serve on SBG cabinel, lhree on TSEA cabinel, one is a Sludenl Senalor and lwo members have been chosen lor Who's Who. Two Tri Dllas served as co-chairmen lor Greek Week assisling Sue Thorn- burgh, who was General Co-Chairman. We are also proud lo have an ROTC sponsor. lhree sislers ol Minerva, a Pershing Rilles represenlalive, a lralernily sweelhearl and lhree Rock-els. Shari Barefool' Sandy Barlcholl' Kafhy Blalce Bobbie Boszor Judy Defhloff Sue Diffman Sue Dundon Diane Emerson Mary Engler Sue Feeny Billie Glendening Barb Harrison Deby Hart Karen Helm Barb l-lumm Mary Anne l-lunTer ZTA Zefa Tau Alpha was founded Ocfober l5, I898 aT Longwood College. Gamma ETa, The 88+h chapfer, was esfablished aT The Universify of Toledo on November l5, I946. ZeTa's colors are Turquoise blue and sfeel gray. The whife violeT is Their flower. ZeTa Tau Alpha is one of The largesT sororifies in The naTion wiTh over 40,000 members. Affer finals The sisfers relaxed aT coTTage. The remainder of The summer was filled wiThi swim parfies. a Big and LiTTle Sis parfy, and plans for rush. A highlighf of The summer was an Island Parfy wiTh The brofhers of Pi Kappa Phi. A very successful Tall rush broughf ninefeen new pledges. Joyce Thorfon became presidenf of Panhellenic Council, Jean O'Neill was copy edifor for The Collegian, and Zefas served as officers in various honoraries. Floaf parfies, a hay ride, a scholarship dinner and a round of frafernify parfies lnepf The Zefas busy during The fall. Home- coming was highlighfed wiTh The firsT place Trophy going To The Zefas. A Chrisfmas parTy and The annual Winfer formal "Candleglow" com- pleTed The year of 1967, a very successful one for The Zefas. 244 T 5-9' Ov "N CJ' Q- 1'-u .f"' ks. 5-X, QT' 41" 93. 3 1 Eneen Huiz-Prez Denise Janowied Jcfxnn Jorqenrud Lyrn Kaczor Joyce Kenczeffic Celina Keeler Carol LaGrange .ludy Lensfen Heron Manderg Mary Lou Mora' Meg Moran Jan Mrozlmki Jean O'NeiI CaroNe Rayman Debbie Rasa Lnnda Szmhz Eev Shanfeau Jerri SmI+H Sharon Smlfh Carol Sfaslfiewiqz Jean Sfewart Dianna Teaque Jo-,ce Tnzrfon Sue VVEJVVICL Kafhy W2dwo'.-all Sandy Wichzwski Caro! Wlfson Janef Wolff Carol Woflerxwvebf r ' -0 ,. :L if -W-ff-,H A . . mn l 4 'I L. 5 s 7 F " " "' gf a Q- .X W. WW!! QP , .JM-.img " J an H 'L ' N 'x.- x K . ,4.- h.,. 1 x. vm 'afvwfi I -' ., . .5 S X .' s .' ' Q99 'TQ A .e"' :fl .1 QW - I :O-F':Qff,'T .. :E?x,..'k .x,.'1gaQQ33f2'Y. Eli TL. ' '. .af :wg ,,, f' , N M Q,- WTY'-. sid N! uf P R . -' -x 4' rj, gp.. H1-f 11.1 f '.i2iL55?? Q if I S J .S Ti .x,. . . -- Xa - J3"': '. ,, V? v 4 5 s if . 3 Q " iQ R S , xl Marilyn Bagdonas Kris Barber Sandy Barrow Barb Bauman Judy Beach A Marcia Bugerl Kalhie,Burkharl Barb Clabaugh Sheila Connell Barb Conly Vickie Criqui Barb Dennis Cherrie Dorrier Yvonne Dyer Kalhy Ferguson Linda Francis Sally Glanzman Carol Golupslci Bridgel Gribbon Marcy Gross Darlene Haas Karen Hallce Cindy Hiller Jay Jalcab Marilyn Kalinowslti Judi Kalchmarlc Linda Kazmaier Sandy Kellar Bernie Kovacs Suzanne Maloney Kappa Della sororily was nalionally lounded al Longworlh College in I897. Locally, Kappa Della was formed in I946. The sororily colors are olive green and while. Enlhusiasm, hard work, and success describe lhe year in a nul shell. During lall rush lhey won lor lhe KD's lhe largesl pledge class on campus lor lhe lhird conseculive year. And Bela Nu members were proud ol Kalhy Ferguson reigning ROTC Queen and Homecoming Queen allendanl. Founder's Day lound lhe KD's wearing lheir while rose cor- sages during lhe day and dining wilh chapler alumnae in lhe evening. A round ol lralernily parlies, soup and slealn dinners, and lormals lcepl lhe KD sislers busy lhroughoul lhe year. ll was a busy year, bul lhe KD's real success was lounded on lhegrowlh and slrenglhening ol lhe Circle ol Friendship. if ,J MQ s-' 5' . Sw C7 Terri Maloney Carol Masfakas Monica Mafuszak .Nl Kafiwy Merlcer Chris Mieiice Jeri Moore Kai!-iy weary Sandy Oberie Dannie O'Rourice Karen Phoios Debbie Rupert Mary Seger Lynn Severiwof Judie Simlco Susie Suder Ann Taddorwio Debi Weaver Piwyiiis Wiiliams Pam Anderson Bari: Berrke. Pres. Bev Berflce Carol Borgess Julie Burns Sue Carrer Barb Chapman Chris Connolly Kandi Cosgrove Cafhy Duszynslci Joan Ehrei' Ann Evers JoAnn Gailliol' Karen Grzelalc Jan Helfrich Rulh Iaglesby Jan lnglis Sheila lfil Lee James Sue Janiclr Mary Johnson Jan Klein Jackie Knowlfon Carol Ann Koop Sue Kozal: Belle Kreuz Maggi Kuhl Barb Marshall Sue Marshall Maureen Maurer Marcia McAovy Mary Par McAvo Cindy Niles Judy Nirschl Maureen O'Shea I'IBClD Y 4" 'H' qs, A E G3 x-5 'sq Q-r on .af f' 1- f- O-X Q--v L. ,.. 1--" no' eq 3 X QT Q yi-'ix ,-v I s 'il W . x-3 Mary Jo Paneir' Rifa Pennypaclier Connie Pierce i7 Suzi Rier Connie Scherer Sue Semerau 25' Soni Sornmers Jan Siewari' Kaihy Teiper Margie Terrill Rosie Thees Ruth Thomas Kafhy Whiiesell Lois Wrighi Linda Zraik JoAnn Zychowicz lkfx 'EJ' Pi Bela Phi was founded naiionally ai Monmouih, lllinois on April 28, I867. Locally, ai ihe Universiiy oi Toledo, ihe sororiiy was founded in l945. Pi Phi's colors are wine and blue. Spring I967 saw Pi Phi's capiure ihird place in Songiesi compeiilion. To add io ihis honor, ihree girls were chosen for Peppers, Barb Berilce, Pi Phi Presideni: Linda Brower: and Janei l-lelirich, now Pepper Presideni. Caihy Duszynslci reigned as T.U.'s Spring Queen. She was ihe iirsi freshman in ihe hisiory oi T.U. io receive ihis honor. Linda Zrailc and Jan I-lelirich were chosen as varsiiy cheerleaders io add spirii io T.U.'s games. In senaie, Pi Phi's are proud oi Mary Johnson, Linda Zrailc, and Jan Helfrich. Homecoming sparlced enihusiasm in fhe chapfer wiih Jan Helfrich, a queen candidaie, sponsored by ihe Sig Eps. Pi Beia Phi capiured 'rhe iirsr place irophy in 'rhe Sigma Alpha Epsilon Olympics for The fourlh consecuiive year. The nineieen pledges received Their Big Sisiers, even rhough rhey began 'rheir pledgeship by removing all ihe iurnirure from 'rhe Pi Phi aparimeni. Theme pariies wiih fraierniiies, Dad's nighl, Big-Liiile Sis Chrisimas Pariy, ihe Spring Dale Pariy, and rhe Winrer Formal, held ihis year ar fhe Commodore Perry Hoiel, were only a pari of 'rhe aciive lives oi ihe Pi Phi girls. lim I'IKCP The BroThers oT Pi Kappa Phi celebraTed Their 62nd Founders' Day, December IOTh, wiTh a banqueT aT Anderson's l-leriTage. The annual presenTaTion oT awards was made To The mem- bers who disTinguished Themselves in cerTain areas in The year pasT. The Pi Kapps held Two Turkey Dinners, one in The spring and one in The Tall. This evenT combined boTh work and Tun Tor all The BroThers, as well as realizing a proTiT. Rose Ball, one oT Two annual Tormal dinner-dances. was held aT Laurel Hill Swim and Tennis Club and was high-lighTed by The crowning oT Jo Ann Jennings as Rose Queen and The presenTaTion oT various awards. All in aTTendance enioyed Themselves and conTribuTed To The aTmosphere oT The oc- casion. The Pi Kapps proved in The pasT semesTer ThaT iT is noT whaT you sTudy buT how you sTudy iT, as They capTured The lnTer- FraTerniTy Council academic Trophy by a large margin. IT is an honor Thaf They are quiTe used To achieving. The BroThers and pledges once again demonsTraTed Their sTrong broTherhood as everyone piTched in To geT work done aT The house. l-lighlighTing Their accomplishmenTs were painT- ing The ouTside and compleTe upsTairs oT The house. A delegaTion oT BroThers also aTTended Pi Kappa College, The naTional leadership school, in AugusT and broughT back many good ideas. BroThers serving as oTTicers This Tall are: Randy Rogers. Archon: Dick Wheeler, Treasurer: Dennis Thayer, SecreTaryg Jim Freels, Warden: Greg Shoemaker. l-lisTorian3 and John Drake, Chaplain. Gene Collins John Drake Jerry Dunaway John Eisenmann William Ferrenberg James Freels Deanne Harlow James Lindhuber Richard LoveTT William Mawer Darryl McEwen Bill O'Connor 5 I X 5 Walfer Piofrowski Richard Pugh John Roeck Randy Rogers, Archon Chuck Shelly Jim Srnifh Dennis Thayer Robe:-f Thorburn Arfhur Walfon Carl Weber Richard Wheeier ZAE Bill Baclcensfo Barry Baker Waller Barfon Larry Broolrharl' Terry Brown Don Burns Charles Duclc Harold Gerber Siephen Hawley Henrique Heemsen Milne l-lladio Jon Jaggers Lewis Johnson Roberl Krieger Rolzzerl' Lease Roberi Lydy Q-... 191, Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded ai lhe Universily of Toledo on March 22. l953. Royal purple and gold are 'rhe fraiernily colors. The SAE's al The Universily enioyed anoiher year of aciivilies which reflecr 'lhe broiherhood of 'lhe iraierniiy. Fall aclivilies included 'rhe freshman women's rea, Sig-Alph Olympics, Champagne Parry and 'rhe Black and While Winier Formal. Spring saw lhe Founders' Day Banguei, spring week- end, and a hosf of olher varied social aciiviiies. The Brolhers parlicipaled in all spor+s-in'rercollegi- are and inlramural, bringing pride 'lo ihe fral'erni'l'y and universiiy. The New house on Winlhrop Sireei was ihe high- lighl of The year. Exlensive remodeling and redec- oraling has made rhe SAE house a showplace among iraiernily homes. 252 d Wayne Mazsau Rick Nagy Harry Roby Tim Rogqe John Ross Terrance Ryan Carl Salvari Larry Sarqenf Mike Scanion Richard Seymour Mike Spiros Michael Swarfz Ken Swim' Jerrold Vincenf John Wahcden Selh Abraham James Alexander Barry Belcoff Rick Deleonardis David Dugan Richard Einhorn James Feroldi Dale Fish ' Paul Frankel Slephen Fry Bill Gilberl' Sleven Golhelf Charles Grossman Paul Gruben Paul Hill Joel Jaffe, Pres. Marlin Kohn Barry Kaye Cecil Keisel Sleven Klar Richard Kohn Lloyd Korrsheiser Lewis Lax David Levy E. J. Liezerman David Maranov Roberl' Moreas 254 , Mark Rinzier Howard RoThman Richard Rubin fs C' 5Qv' The biggesT single addiTion To Sigma Alpha Mu This year was The purchase of a new TraTerniTy house. The House boasTs oT a sleeping capaciTy Tor 30 men. ln addiTion The house mainTains a commercial lciTchen which is capable OT Teeding 30 men. The TirsT Tloor OT The House may be used Tor large parTy rooms, while The second and Third Tloor are Tor use by The broThers. Aside Trom iusT having a TraTerniTy house, The righT Things musT go in iT. The TraTres oT Sigma Alpha Mu have one OT The mosT compleTe social calendars of any organizaTion on The Toledo campus. The highlighTs This year have in- cluded, The FraTerniTy Homecoming Weelc-End, a Hippie ParTy. a Hobo ParTy, and a Halloween ParTy. The Pledges oT SAM also provide parTies Tor The acTive chapTer, mosT noTably The Purple Passion ParTy in Mid-December. The TraTres have also planned a large Spring Week-end, and many spring ouTings. Along wiTh social evenTs, aThleTics play a maior role in any Greek organizaTion. Sigma Alpha Mu compleTe in all IFC sporTs. and is always high in The ranking Tor The IFC All-SporTs Trophy. ln addifion To inTerTraTerniTy aThleTics, The chap- Ter oTTen compeTes in inTra-TraTerniTy evenTs. such as a pledge-acTive TooTball TilT. This year The Sammies have finished in The Top sTandings in each oT The various IFC sporTs. mosT noTably a second place Tinish in IFC TooTball. The Sammies have also mainTained Their TirsT place sTanding in IFC bowling. AThleTics and social evenTs form The basis Tor any social organizaTion. The 'fraTres have also planned a chariTy baslceTball game Tor a children's home, and They have also aided several oT Toledo's chariTable organizaTions. The TraTres again plan To lead The Toledo Teen-agers Drive Tor ALSAC, laTer in The Spring. Again, communiTy service has played a maior role in The acTiviTies of Sigma Alpha Mu. - Unlilce many oTher organizaTions. Sigma Alpha Mu mainTains and upholds a "True spiriT of TraTerniTy". Sigma Alpha Mu gives iTs members a chance To parTicipaTe in all phases of TraTerniTy life, experience ThaT builds and molds beT- Ter 'individuals in TuTure life. Once The men leave The chapTer They are beTTer equipped To Tace The realiTies oT The world. -7 W.. Mc. I ,.I ,-w1jq i ,-N. Nj- ' V - A . ' '1 :Q iF5I 'W Ken Sachar Lee Schinasi Roy Schuedelson Barry Schwahberg BerT Shaffel Sfeven Shakira Howie Shapiro Henry Simon William SmiTh STeve Sperling ArT Teicher Harvey Wachsman STeven Wagner Thomas Weeks Thomas Werle JeTTrey Wolfson MaTT Zyngraff ' sf J". v, 333 vs: ' :Q J' ,fy 'C . .. Q y ,. ' ' .I ,ple . . ' n'C ,Wi sm 03' mm 3 ng' iWumnnz-Q4 V. fc 'Q A 8 Q -snmsswmnfwxki X., O ' V 5 , ' 1'Wf"'w-.fwm . . E .in ,. lf I '- . " - -N. . , V H 1 , , , X i, ' X . h X h 'N Aw""W wfwvm Q if , 'BK V vw I' ' " 1:1 ' ' ' T ,A . 'l Q 5, I X - w , x ww . ' X 7' " , - , , .X Q l TB.: - , .ggl-.: , Q , , ,. , A F v , . 4 Mm w'm""' K 1 Q M' 'x-mlm-Nam-W K 310 J ' I I x . v ,.-M.-.M 24. xx J w.x:Nx-xsgmggx., ,- 'g.Ng,55,,4"-A Q 4-1 - , MQ. Lora Balmer Judy BevingTon Pam Bode EThel Budhill Jolene ChrisT Paf Goergen ZX Sigma loTa Chi was Tounded aT Alexandria, Louisiana, on December l5, l903. BeTa DelTa chapTer was esTablished aT The UniversiTy oT Toledo on April 26, I965. The sororiTy colors are purple and gold. Fall rush broughf in a pledge class oT nineTeen girls who builT Their Treasury by aucTioning arTicles Tound in a raid of The acTives' homes. The sisTers are proud oT Sue Grimm who was voTed "Miss WUS." ln The Tall, Sigmas collecTed used boolcs Tor The Boolc MarT and organized a booTh and sponsored an Ugly Man Tor The WUS Carnival. They also capTured The Trophy Tor Sigma Tau Derby4Day and Took second place in The Sig- Alph Olympics. OTher acTiviTies included a hayride, Big Sis4LiTTle Sis bowling parTy, Found- er's Day bangueT, and spring and winTer Tormals. Each year The Sigma who besT repre- senTs The sororiTy's ideals and aims is awarded The +i+le oT Friendship Girl by her sisTers aT The spring Tormal. In a conTinuous eTTorT To build and sTrengTh- en The sororiTy, bofh a MoThers' Club and an alumnae chapTer were organized This year. The sororiTy also plays an imporTanT parT in The acTiviTies'oT The unive-rsiTy and is oTTen aslced To help supporT various proiecTs. CurrenTly, Sig- ma loTa Chi is one oT Three sponsoring organ- izaTions raising money Tor The Peace Corps School ParTnership Program. Mary Greene Sue Grimm Connie Henry Jan Jarvfrboslzi Judy Kanipe Elaine Keeler Karen Kershaw GreTchen Michel Sandra Morse Joanne Nagel Sherry Olszewslci Brinda Passino Sue Plonfz Rose Marie Rand Q""' Th lo, Tammy Sfahl Linda Sfufler Shelley Shark Oneu Vince Casey Yader p , Marcia Rhodes Pafricia Shepherd Sue Sheperd Bill Barber Lufher Barth Bob Bea? Chris Chrisfolf Bill Cooper Jim Darley Craig Dekany John Dorenbecher Phil Gill Tim Goon Darrell Hawley Jim Herl QQ' fb John Herl Nick Helier Fred Hillman Gerald Kraiewslri Jim Lowry Dale Lufz Dave Maidlow Larry Marlin 5 4,-o QD' 3? neo X Q A' i' is Bob MaTuszak Don McGraw Michael McGuire Bill Navarre Chuck PaTTraTh Tony Panloia Herman Pirchner Mike Robarge Ga ry Schaber Eldon Sheffer Karl SheTTer, Pres Mariy Shriner Bill STepler Howie STeTser Harry WhiTacre Bill Wiggins Bob Zugay ZCPE Sigma Phi Epsilon-The broThers of The red door and The black hearT. To The one hundred and eighTy chapTers oT Sig Ep ThroughouT The naTion, The red door and The black hearT sTand Tor more Than a parTy every week or winning a TooT- ball game. They sTand Tor The aims and ideals oT The naTional organizaTion as seen by iTs Tounders sixTy-six years ago. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded by Twelve men aT Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia on November I, l9OI. The Ohio loTa chapTer, esTablished aT Toledo on SepTember 30. l95O, is proud To be parT oT a growing organizaTion oT over 75,000 broThers. This year was a busy one for The Toledo Sig Eps: a Home- coming Queen candidaTe. a DisTricT Governor's Ball.wiTh Three oTher chapTers, parTic:ipaTion in SongTesT, and Greek Week were only parT OT The many acTiviTies. The close of The school year was climaxed aT Spring Formal, and CoTTage gave The broThers a chance To leT oTT sTeam. Tom BarToleTT Tom Bierlcy JeTT Black John Blank Bill Bray JeTT BuTTerworTh PaT Casey John Cornelius Craig CoTner Craig CovreTT Bill Fall Vic FIaTh Tom Forquer Mike Gallagher Renny Gerson Tom Gess PeTe Gunderson Ray l-laase Randy Harms Randy Harris Ron Hood Dale KieTer Bernie Krochmalny John Krochmalny CDKTI' Phi Kappa Psi was naTionally Tounded on February l9, l852. Ohio ETa chapTer was Tormecl aT The UniversiTy oT Toledo on OcTober 2I, I95O. The TraTerniTy colors are hunTer green and cardinal red. The broThers oT Ohio ETa chapTer have enioyed anoTher very acTive year and in Their TradiTional man- ner oT conservaTism iniTiaTed Two classes oT selecT men. On The social level, The broThers were busy wiTh The Roaring TwenTies parTy and a l-lobo ConvenTion. The many TGIF parTies added several hours oT social enioymenT wiTh campus sororiTies. OTher major acTiviTies include a WinTer Formal, Spring Formal, and Tor The Third sTraighT year The chapTer parTicipaTed in The Ohio Phi Psi baslcelrball Tourna- menT. This year The broThers excelled in scholarship and Took TirsT place in lvlen's SongTesT Tor The second sTraighT year. Our aTTiTude is reTlecTed by our ac- Tions: ThaT is, by being a genTleman. 1.- 7 Qs Fred Kuida AI Lapp Dave Lenfz Q.,- I- f CDKIIS X Jim Markwood Jim Maunller Greg Meyers Chris Moor Jerry Ness Jerry Olller Tom Pasch Par Pawlecki Terry Parris John Pofler Dick Sapp Sfeve Serchuk Bill Slrbu Rick Sllek Joe Srechschulte Pere Sun John Szuch Dave Vanell Darrell Van Horn Pal Walsh Frank Wylarld John Zelling Chris Zervos ZAT "They're small buf They sure puT on good Greek Week skiTs," someone once said. When you're small, you have To Try a liTTle harder. Hard work and a Team eTTorT are whaT have kepT Sigma DelTa Tau golng and growing. Being a Tairly new group, Alpha Omega chapTer is in a posiTion To TormulaTe iTs own TradiTions. Already well- esTablished is The scholarship dinner which is held every February. The girls wiTh The lowesT grades come in Their "skivvies" and eaT bread and waTer. Those wiTh The highesT grades wear Tormal aTTire and enjoy a six-course supper. The SDT's are also esTablishing a TradiTion oT phil- anThropy. Two Tund-raising proiecTs are held annually wiTh The proceeds going To a scholarship Tund in The name oT lvl. KaThryn Kirschner. ln addiTion, The sororiTy has Tormed a choral group To enTerTain aT senior ciTizens gaTherings. Socially, SDT Takes parT in all inTer4Greek evenTs and holds a spring Tormal, a Chanukah-ChrisTmas parTy wiTh anoTher sororiTy and exchanges wiTh TraTerniTies. ThaT "sororiTy wiTh all Those dormies" looks Torward To The naTional convenTion This summer in The Bahama Islands wiTh hopes oT bringing home some awards. Marilyn Block Eve Davis Leslie Dinofer Ellen Edwards Wendy l5ursT Jan Karlin Barb Paris Pam Rich JaneT Rogolsky LyneTTe Rosen Faye Sales Joyce Scheiner PresidenT CaThy TreuhaTT 262 H XQ Chi Omega was founded al Eayelleville, Arlcansas, on April 3, l875. The Xi Della chapler was founded al lhe Universily of Toledo in I9-45. The sororily colors are cardinal and slraw. Spring l967, saw Chi Cmega caplure liirsl place in Songfesl compelilion for lhe second year in a row. Elecled lo Peppers was Mary Randlel and lo Sludenl Senale as Presidenl was Liz Clarlce. Nancy Nusbaum and Nancy Comer were honored in lhe Spring Queen Courl. Fall Semesler saw Mary Dwyer as direclor of Freshman Camp, and Midge Robalcowslci as chairman of Freshman Weelc. For The lillh conseculive year 'rhe Homecoming Queen crown was passed down 'ro a Chi O, Nancy Comer. Chi Gs nineleen pledges had a Pledge-overnighr including four days spenl sludying, coolcing, and having fun logelher. The pledges were auclioned al The W. U. S. Carnival malcing over one hundred dollars for lhe drive. Chi O's caplured Jrhird place in lhe SAE Olympics. Chi O's helped in lhe G.O.A.L. drive for handicapped children and in lhe drive lo help migranl worlcers. All in all, il was a successful year lor lhe Sislers of Chi Omega. if 24 Q?-P 6 'Y , 4 ,.,.. 2.x c"' Q4 5- ? vx , QT.. 1 llll KJ islllfglllgvg -T V5 ws,"K .W 'B' Killy Ea'ber Carol Brizlol Elizabelh Clarlre Polly Ccnnzrs Karen David Marly Dilcher Marianne Dude Mary Dwyer Lynn Ericson Jerri Eealherglone Leah Foley Diane Ersnzini Sue Gerlach Celesie Grcsgrnann Barbara Hendrix Marlha l-lenry Palfy Kasap Marsha Mar-enberg Lorrie Marg-,f Jan Mau Sue Mclnlcsh Kalhy Neeb Elly Panliralz, Presid Jane Prichard Mary Randlell Elaine Roberls Grelchen Sawyer Belly Schaeler Mary Ann Sherry Jo Ellen Thomas Judy Thomas Rila Wallfer Joann Weiss Dollie While Connie Zurnbrun enl Little Sisters of Minerva in "Ct -I Z V? I rw gs i 531:13 sg. Y?- ,x 7 Row I: S. Watson. J. Prevost-President, L. Wannemacher, K. Streicher. A. Sweeterman. Row Z: C. Canter, L. Friddle. E. Panlcratz, R. Pennypaclcer S Saterthwaite. The Little Sisters ot Minerva ot the Ohio Nu Chapter ot Sigma Alpha Epsilon was formed locally in December ot I966. At that time titteen charter mem- bers were initiated. The purpose ot Little Sisters is to promote SAE on campus and serve the chapter in various ways. Most important on the Little Sisters agenda tor each semester is helping the ,active chapter during rush. This past tall they helped to put the house in order, clean up and get things ready tor the rushees. Perhaps it was the "women's touch" that gave SAE's the most successful rush on campus. The girls made fraternity lite even more enioyable tor the men ot SAE than it has been in the past by sponsoring such events as TGIF parties, and weekend gatherings at the house. The brothers generally help out at these events by providing the "retreshments". The girls' activities are not limited to the T. U. campus. This year they started what promises to be a long-standing tradition by giving a Christmas party tor some Toledo orphans. Gifts, carols, and happiness were all in abundance. The night was high-lighted by SAE's own version ot Santa Claus. All in all it was an enjoyable, prosperous year tor the Little Sisters who plan to be turthering the ideals ot Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Toledo University tor many years to come. 5 . .W Ybjq .f 4 x I li!!! - ' -ww? Qc.: qu.:---' ' Q FI T .. .s . , Hqis"Q, wh ' - 'CC ,ir 0, . , ,va- --gs- -!' 3 'im R 3 , if NMMW' Director of Housing Edwin 0. Lineberger "r'. -D r M .f The Residence l-lall's program is planned fo confribufe fo The cul- fural. infellecfual, moral, and social developmenf of fhe sfudenf. Be- cause our Residence I-lall's program is sfudenf orienfed mosf of whaf is planned will be defermined by sfudenf desire and need. Achieving as effecfive program will be fhrough sfudenf governmenf in fhe several residence halls. Culfural developmenf may be enhanced by fhe various programs planned and exposure fo sfudenfs, faculfy. and ofhers of differing backgrounds. lnfellecfual advance should come fhrough various programs, help from fellow sfudenfs, faculfy, and-enforced quief hours. A moral code will be formed as a resulf of communicafion wifh fellow sfudenfs, sfaff and faculfy. Social poise may be achieved from parficipafion in fhe various social acfivifies. Professionally frained andfor qualified adulfs andfor graduafe sfu- denfs are employed as sfaff fo help wifh Residence l-lall governmenf and counseling. We like fo consider sfudenfs as adulfs so rules governing fhe resi- dence halls are lcepf af a minimum. There are no hours for men and fhe hours for women are l2:00 midnighf five days a weelc and 2:00 a.m. on fhe weekends. New residence halls are fo be ready for occupancy in 'rhe fall of I969. There are fo be 600 addifional beds for single sfudenfs and IOO aparfmenfs for married sfudenfs. S 2 f Q 4: sa is .4 'ff'vS'ir 'i'Sr', 71'-'I N' fx- " R .- 'fx A - , ' jr inss.ze..x,s - ' f .i im. Q-P V L: ah- 1 Q 'P. 'ft'xx--V -f ' , X A 41-, 4,gQ A , V.,1,. - 142. . , -..1 -- k 4. 1. .. . MW. -Q-pf,-N., ,,,.. .., ,X . X ,,,,,,5,w..,g,.m.,, . hh 1 1x.N,,y.' bf -5- Siiumimsg. W MacKinnon Hall E. Ph Epps. L CI lc M H kel, L. Ton, B. Berfke lx XLX .X Z! 5 ,A a RJ 'A -.1'x'4. sf:-4 . . QP v'.' - . .,- , . ,- 3' I 'Tar- 'S 'Nl 5 Miss Volkmer, J. Laflwam, C. Hepper, C. E Dowd Hall Q Q "'9iv'-. QN NN .Y.k Y wgiill-f' ' 'M' 1-X3 ' n 41' - ., fiifg-'rm O' YV' x- , Al. 272 I W 273 .A Sul S 5 5 5, H1- ' 'll' Q D ' Q if t. ' V :- g. . I.-55 v 'ZS .-:-:: , c- -- Kg., .: . A R X s 1, Ya , I ' 1 1 P ,X Pa -,gf 'rx-I ' f .NL-ff - 'mx 'Vip' A X - it , ., ' , .1 N I V- In V- 1 A Ntwjv. . I 'Si-"N -N" A' N V. . .f: -+1 -1 -4rx'..+ET'M3' 1 - ts X x' ,Z i MEN .f -fd BAST ax , ' ..-5 E ' L r. 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J X R .1 I 282 QT'-r Q' V43 tl 1' 'Th .S 09' pr- nf'- :vga 'K .14-. 6' 111--4 ,ga- 4? it 1 cub' Q1"'f' fait 'Z' ,as 'V .... 76. Q... sy nfs 4P"'f f., 'F ae-4' if Marlene Abood Selh Abraham Maureen Abreu Dennis Agosii Fred Alberg Alice Alper David Anderson Michael Anello Sue Anspach Leo Asen Marilyn Aubry James Augusl' Bill Baclaensio Rebecca Baker Viola Banlzs Richard Barber Raymond Barnhari' James Barr Palricia Basich Gary Bauer James Baum William Beach Mary Ann Bechfel 284 ' Joan Beck Freda Bellis Barbara Benda Diane Benore Peggy Benion Bonnie Berger Franlr Bergman Mariorie Berlcowifl James Berry Barb Berllre Tom Bierley Judy Billmaier Richard Bissell David BiHer Ka+hleen Blake John Blank Balubhai Blayani David Boosi' John Boofh James Borlr Rolaerfa Boszar Sue Boxwell Charlene Bradley Chrisfine Brailhwaiie Gerald Brandman William Bran? Bob Braun Michael Brief Roger Briker Jarnes Brimacombe Carol Brislol Barbara Brilz , William Brockman Larry Broolcharl' Jean Brown r'3"' Q in ,. "f'if,:. ' U'-sec. .Th ,Lf Dedication As a graduaTe loolcs baclc on his col- lege years, The memory oT Those per- sons who made his educaTion pleasanT, as well as possible, comes To mind. Dean Donald S. Parlcs is such a per- son. DevoTion, perseverance, kindness, and leadership are iusT a Tew oT The many aTTribuTes which Dean Parlcs pos- sesses. A graduaTe oT Albion College, where he received his AB., and oT NorThwesT- ern UniversiTy where he received a M.B.A., Dean Parlcs has served as Dean oT STudenTs and DirecTor oT STudenT Personnel AdminisTraTion Tor The pasT I5 years. His dedicaTed service To The UniversiTy covers a span oi 37 years. ElecTion To membership in Pi ETa Sigma, scholasTic TraTerniTyg DelTa Sigma Phi, social TraTerniTyg Blue Key l-lonor SocieTy3 and BeTa Gamma Sig- ma, business proTessional TraTerniTyg are only a Tew oT Dean Parks' many honors. Because oT This ouTsTanding leader- ship and guidance , iT is wiTh deep graT- iTude and appreciaTion ThaT we dedi- caTe The l968 Bloclchouse To Donald S. Parlqs. TI-IE BLOCK!-TOUSE STAFF The Class of 1968 Carolyn Bryanf Marcia Bugerf Don Burns Marilyn Busse Keifh Cadaref Douglas Caledine Charm Call David Capman Carole Canler Belly Case Ronald Champion Jane? Chapman Sharon Chilcofe Kaihy Chlebowslci John Chmielowicz Elizabeih Clarlce Carolyn Cody Joanne Cole Gene Collins Roberf Collins Jeffrey Conn Polly Conners Fred Cooper Mark Cooper William Cooper Harry Caralluzza Josephine Cousins Arihur Cox James Daney Jay Davis Jeff Davis Tom Davis Judy Deblh Gwen Decker Jim Degnan Richard Deisler Marfy Delclrer Pablo Sanchez De Leon Riclwarl De Leonardis Nancy Delilxal Calhy De Long Richard De Rose Neal De Slefano Larry Diefricl: Ali Al Diiazli Diane Dilday Pam Dixon Tollee Dixon Sue Dombrowski John, Dorenbe-cle Sue Dow Emma Dralxe Slephen Dralre Charles Duclc Sandra Ducal' John Duda Dian Duszynski E. J. Duichess Wendy Dyer Joan Dykman Rod Eason Don Eber+s James M. Edmunds Jean Eggeri' Joan Ehref Cheryle Ehrhardi Judy Ehrhardi' Roberi' Eldridge Deborah Elesion Caihy Elovsicy Susan Endsley Sandy Eoff Joel Epsiein Keifh Ewald Gary Failor George Filby Lorraine Fishbein Les Fisher Richard Fisher Ireaiha Fiagg Anearn Ford Diane Franzini Virginia French Lori Friddle Theodore Fuchs Richard Falcic Jeanefie Gaffney Jo Ann Gaillioi' Alvaro Garcia Harold J. Gerber 288 y Kafherine Gernhauser John R. Giger Micheal Gilberf Lynn Given Roberr Glanclorff Morfon C Goldber ' 9 Carol Golupslcy Thomas Grace Roberf C. Gran'l' Mary Green Marla Greenberg Marlene Greenberg Cl1ris'lie Greiner Bridge? Griblaen Pal Gribben Charlene Griffin Paul Griffin Ray Grove Carolyn Jo Gruber Diane Gschwincl Joyce Guilinger George Gusses Elias Haddad Dan Hall Irwin Hammer Jean Jaczues Hane Richard Harley Randolph Harris Virginia Harris Sue Hechl Terry Heiney Janel' Helfrich Marfha Henry John Heushaw Connie Hepper T. U. Seniors -fo- .gf aaa.. PSP 0-A, iw .5-ai. gg V l 1? ,A-, ,n,.n fffff .nw-sv 'b John Herzig Mary Hess Richard Hiclrolr Lawrence Hill Paul Hill Tom Hill Judilh Hoclorowslci Edward Hoffman Curlis Hong Ronald Hood Donna Hosfeld Viclxy Howell Susan Huber Eileen Huss Marcia lmholl' William Jacob Cheryl Jacobs Charles Jaeger Joel Jolie Rufh James Janef Jarzeboslzi Roberi' Johns Wayne Johnson Michael Jones John Juvinall Caihy Kanary Judy Kanipe David Kanihak Ronnie Kaplan Howard Kardonslcy David Karpa nfy Pai Kasap Camille Kasprazak Pam Kafzman Phillip Kaufman Elaine Keeler Dennis Keller Michael Kendricic Lewis Kerman Sandra Kersey Karen Kershaw Susan Keri-L Jolan Kesseru John Kevern Ahmad Khan Azmal' Khan Susan Kirchoff Lewis Kirchner Michael Kiss Linda Klein Janice Klein Richard Knauer John Koenigselxer Marlin Kohn Richard Kohn Carol Koop Roberl Kovarilc Allen Kovesdy William Kozbial Pam Kozey Barbara Kraus Rol::er+ Krieger Marvin Krulchilc Nafhan Kugelman Margarel' Kuhl Fred Kuida Allen Kupchil: Chrisfine Kuplra Sieven Kupper Jerome Kwiallcowslri Geraldine Kynard William Lahey John Laili Jim Lamb Lois Lancasfer Ann LaPlan+e Thomas LaPoin+ Richard Laslriewicz Donna Lavin Thomas Lease Kenne+h Lehman Rosemary Lemlce Richard Ley Clifford Liclc James Lindhuber Cheryl Ling Mary Alice Link Irwin Linker Robin Lipner Larry Loe Arfhur Long Jeffrey Loos Richard LoveH' Janis Ludeman Roberf Lydy Sam Ludzlzi Sara Lumbaifis James Luppens Dale Luh Mary Pai McAvoy David Mcciurg Janice McCormick Mike McNamara Marsha McTaggarf Richard Macieiewslri Dennis Maher Monroe Margrei' Connie Marleau - Jim MarrioH Susan Marshall 'James Marfincir V X 1 1' ,' r ' x I ' 5 3 jfyx ir! .. -, -for W 5' iv T' 49? The Class of l968 jk! We ,Q Q' if fy Q' ann' is A-1 'Vs 139 LQ' .gi ax 11, 'V c"" ,iv guru 'FE K! Q.. CW F1 5- , if? bl ir' 3' X YY ,Sirk 0 1-r' 91 14' f"" 'Inf fi If Qs we , ...f CTT' 29 tr' X57 Donna Mason Wayne Massau Carol Maslalxas Bob Mafuszal: Terry Mawhorler Palricia Mayer Joy Means Brian Meelrer Jeanne Mesleller Suzanne Mehger Leona Michallxiewicz Donna Michalslxi Richard Mihaliclc John Miller Pafricia Miller Daryl Millman James Moan Berry Moellman Chris Moor Roberl Moreas Donald Morford Calvin Morgan Richard A. Moser Howard Moslxowilz Rilrlci Moss Conslance Newbury Debra Nielcranz Judy Nielcranz Norman J. Nissen Jr. Neil Nofziger James Norman Raymond Norris Michael Nowowieislci Marlin O' Callaghan Charlene Olszewslci Jean Oravecz Barbara Pacifico Elly Panlcrafz Narpaf S. Panivar Barb Paris Larry E. Parrish Arihur Paisiner Siegfried Peliveki Philip Perlman Gary S. Peiler Walfer J. Piafrowski Herman Pirchner Susan PlaH' Roberf Plislcin John Poffer pun, F . 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I' " f I u h 94 - 1' A ' 'Q f ,ff it 8 ' .W V: fi if fkgg .X S 3if?Q'i-wziii ' f' X- 'ww ' v Mary Randlelf Rosemarie Randolph George Rasi Timolhy Reardon Roberl' Redmond Helene Reichlin Arlene Reiser Suzanne Resiivo Fred Reynolds Roger Rice Brian Richler Endoxia Rieger Jeane'He Rilcer Marc Rinzler Sue Roach Elaine Roberls Wayne Roloerls Gay Robinson Harry Roby Jeff Rogers Timoihy Rogge Nancy Rohr Andrew Roman Mary Romsladl' Samuel Rosenberg Hillen Ross John Ross Howard Rolhman Ellen Rowe Richard Rubin Mary Samberg Judiih Sanborn Jerry Sanders Larry Sargenl Richard Savill Grelchen Sawyer Margaref Sawyer Milne Scanlon Karl Schelifer Lee Schivasi Roberl Scl1lein Sandy Schlender Joel Scl1ore Doug Schreder Lawrence Schwind Frank Sedivi Bonnie Segall Slewarl Segall Eileen Selger Lesler Sevison Howard Shapiro Ronald Shaw Lee Slweeler Berf Slneflel Guy Sieberl' Tina Silverman Henry Simon Kennelh Singer 3- L- 12" E tx-n J X' fn if X.. C5 1' ii' Q df" 2- Q Zi g. fi at V 4-Q W 116' ,.." J AR dnb af af? N-.f it l' if 47- 5 z-'Y if 3' ..,- "U 'iffy Lucinda Singler Lynda Sinner Richard Silelc Charles Smilh Delores Smilln James E. Smilh Slephen Smiflw Marlin Speclor Joel Speiser Mark Spencer Slephen Sperling Tom Sfeele Pafricia Sfenberg William Sfepler Sylvia Siieneclxer Kallwy Sfoilber Ronnie Sirauss Anne Sfreiclaer Ken Sfurelc Loraine Slrugalslxi Cha Sung Hia Gloria Surace Pam Sufer Michael Swarh Rolaerf Sweney Tom Swigari' Carol Szychowslri Herberf Taller Tagdish Tandon Doris Tasch Wayne Taylor Terry Teopas Dennis Thayer Judifh Thomas Gary Tipping Sleven Trabbic Calhy Treuhafl Karen Trombley James Umlauf Roberf Ufrup, Jr. Darrell Van Horn Aneu Vince Jerrold Vincenf Ronald Volk John Wallrden Karen Walker Virginia Wall Cindy Walfers Franlc J. Ward Joe Wasserman William R. Wafers Chrisiine Wawrzynialr Fredericlr Wiclr Duane Weis Jo Ann Weis Larry Weiss Maryanne Wells James Wernerl' Kalhy Whiiesell Sandy Wichowslrl Greg Wieboldi' Harry Will Jerry Willer Mary Jane Wilson William Winiers Dave Wisniewslci Larry Wiiie Joseph Wiiienberg Jack Wlodam John Woeller Charles Wailrowiak Beverly Wolcoil' Gerald Wolfson Jeffrey Wolfson Nancy Wollenwelaer Tomas Worle Joel Worshiil Frank Wyland Emmanuel Yalcumiihis Sieve Yarbrough Sue Yarder Warren Yourisl' Dennis Zavac John Zelling Carol Zimmer JG' 1' W. :il I wcg Q , .,.- Nfl, lgyirff. , Q. lm ,,. 1 -4 i .,.f-Aviv , v ' Y :pi L-:..L 1 t H, I dvi- :W-. ' " ' -5 F sv' , . .., ci "-S fx s' figlw lv. 75 zrf- flee - -y , . ,, .. we-peg., f-1741 elv- ll0lyT0le1l0. hat a car! IVQS smooth. lays rough! Toledo did it.,.built 'Jeep' ruggedness into a "go anywhere" sports car! Look at those jaunty lines and bucket seats. And that continental spare. lt's some- thing else! Make it as sporty as you like. 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MULFORD, PRESIDENT HAS you look utjolv opportunities, you are planning the rest ofyour We So if nzeous II lor found u COIIIPIIII-1' you can lvelieve in uno' one wlzere your ADCIVITCIIICII' abilities lmve the best Cluuzce to he i'eit'urn'eo", OWENS-ILLINOIS ...one of the leading and most diversified packaging manufacturers . . .is a growing company with many career opportunities for students with undergraduate or graduate degrees. O-l has more than 54.000 people in 82 locations in the L'nited States and attili- ates in eight other countries. Among its products are glass and plastic containers. closures. corrugated boxes, multiwall and plastic bags. television tubes. labo- ratory glassware. table glassware. and mirror blanks for rellectixe telescopes. Our oldest unit was established in 1818. Sales have almost tripled in the last twelve years to well over S907 mil- lion. Sales branches are maintained in all major cities in the United States. General otlices and a Technical Center are in Toledo. Ohio. We'd like to send you our resume If you would like to continue your edu- cation after employment consider our l00"Q Tuition Assistance Plan. lt's just one of the many characteristics of our company described in the brochure . . . UOWENS-ILLINOIS. . . For College Graduates Who Aim High." For a copy write to Jack Hanlon. Director College Relations. Department A. Owens-Illinois, P. O. Box 1035. Toledo, Ohio 436Ol. On the West Coast write to W. Abbott Roberts, Personnel Director, Owens- Illinois, Department B. 1700 El Camino Real. San Mateo, California. 94402. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNlTY EMPLOYER W E N S - I N O I S Toledo. Ohio 4 3 601 C. PAUL KENNEY STUDIO Photography Al' Its Finest Official Bloclchouse Portrait Photographer CANDID WEDDINGS PORTRAIT STYLISTS I240 Sylvania Avenue GR 4-3320 Toledo, Ohio Tlljqf on k 7 Rf' runs' snwnens I 'N .4 A :X G cA'EBugr?i'e'ns ...J f an important name in carburetion since 1914 Tillotson is one of the world's largest producers of small engine original equipment Carburetors for Power Nlowers, Chain Saws, 'tlotor Bikes, Scooters, Co-Karts, Outboard Nlotors, Carden Tractors, Pumps and Generators. In a never ending stream, Tillotson "precisioneered" car- buretors flow from Toledo to original equipment and replacement markets throughout the l'.S.A. and the world. TILLOTSON MANUFACTURING CO. 761-69 Berdan Ave. Toledo 12, Ohio Il 4 I 1 inn I x A-I iigiiiiiiiiiiwiiifa . . ' --1 l'inr:n!lil5'E:'Tii- . NATIONAL BRANDS . QUALITY MEATS U ii LL The Place To Sho R , E P r H and For Brgndg YQU Know "' ELI' EDUCATIONAL FIELDS! -K 0307- nj? ,Q ml 3 ffl: ll ' .aunt l' We offer a complete line of I I DRAFTING, ENGINEERING, and ART materials " S of highest quality! CD I O v Drafting Tables 0 Sketching Tablets v Blue Print Papers 0 Oil Coloring Sets :I-squares 0Scales oTriangles i A V4 I Brushes 0 Slide Rules Fast Service on Blueprints- ' Whiteprints-Photostat Prints 316 Superior St. Open Monday Evenings 243-7224 A DEPARTMENT STORE 0F ART i'If.41'ERlf-ILS-I'-IRK FREE .-IT RE.-IR OF STURI Grow with DANA... and the growing transportation industry When you consider your future, consider Dana Corporation. Last year we sup- plied the transportation industry with over S450,000,000 worth of components. We make frames, clutches, axles, transmissions, universal joints, drive shafts, power takeoffs, gaskets, pistons and piston rings, and other vital parts. And we serve not only the truck and automobile industries, but all types of self- propelled vehicles operating on land, sea and in the air. As one of our friends put it, "if it moves under its own power, Dana has a piece of the action." We're in everything from lawnmowers to space rocketry. Dana has a record of continuous growth, and We're looking to the future. If you're not afraid to roll up your sleeves and go to work, we've a lot to offer. Our total compensation programming matches any in the industry. Most important to your future, we've a dedicated policy of promoting from within. We want men who can grow with us. So whatever your interests-engi- neering, manufacturing, assembly, tool and die making, research and develop- ment, administration, sales, accounting, personnel or advertising-why not write or drop around to see us. We've got 31 plants and divisional offices located from coast to coast. Write M. E. 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UNIVERSITY LANES HOME or :Pcs aowuns LEAGUE 2567 W. Bancroft St. DAILY STUDENT RATES we ToftlwClaAS 061968 SCHOOL AND COLLEGE DIVISION OF OGDEN Foons INC. FOOD SERVICE AT T. U. Complimenfs of a FMEND PATRONS HICKORY FARMS NICHOLSON CONCRETE 81 SUPPLY CO. STEGER-SHOWEL CO. KERSCHER ELEVATOR CO. M1965 Eiocklwusw wzslwswtlwmb alltlwpabwns ywdwwsuppomt -9-u-f-W. . , ' we-.sq it-..,.,,,,,, -. "Q N X X . xx Tr' 'Y in-ff" ...'7:, .. Mx .Q F4 Nr x 1 I Gym...- k. ew .Q 4 Hx.,-.. ,- wow ,. -"-"sm-M ls" wk ' .ag lbw-fn. C a i ABOOD, MARLENE-Cleveland Heighfs. Ohio-Com. Tech-Medical Office As- sisfanl'-Newrnan Club I: Dorm Com- mission 4. ABRAHAM, SETH-Brooklyn, New York -Arfs and Sciences-Journalism-Don mifory Commission I: Collegian I: BLOCKHOUSE 2: Sigma Alpha Mu I, 2, 3, 4: l.F.C. Rep. 3: Baseball I. ABREU, MAUREEN-New Rochelle. New York-Educafion-Arf. AGOSTI. DENNIS-Toledo. Ohio-En- gineering - Mechanical - Newman Club I, 2, 3. 4. 5: ASME 3, 4, 5. ALBERG. FRED-Toledo, Ohio-En- gineering-ElecfricaI-l.E. E.E. 4, 5. ALPER, ALICE-Maplewood, New Jer- sey-Educafion. ANDERSON, DAVID-Rockville Cen- Ire, New York-Engineering-Civil En- gineering-A.S.C.E. I, 2. 3, 4: U.T.E.C. Rep. 4: Sfudenf Senafe 4: Sfudenf Faculfy Commilfee 4: Alpha Sigma Phi 2. 3-Treas. 4: I.F.C. Rep. 2, 3. ANELLO, MICHAEL-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion - Social Science-Newman Club 4: TSEA 2, 3, 4. ANSPACH. SUSAN E.-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-TSEA I, 2, 3, 4: .I-Hop Decorafions and Publicily Commiflee: Della Della Delfa I, 2-Hisf. 3. ASEN, LEO-New Rochelle. New York -Engineering-Indusfrial-A.I.I.E. 3. 4: Scabard 8: Blade 3, 4: A.U.S.A. 3, 4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4. BACKENSTO, BILL-Dearborn, Michigan -Engineering-Physics-Phi Ela Sig- ma I: Pi Mu Epsilon 3: Phi Kappa Phi 3: Tau Befa Pi 3: Blue Key 3, 4: Engineer of fhe year 2: Student Sen- afe 2, 3: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4, 5: Varsify Baskcfball 2, 3, 4: Var- sify Baseball 2, 3, 4: Varsify "T" Club 2, 3. 4-pres. BAKER, REBECCA-Jackson, Michigan- Arfs and Sciences-Mafh-Honors Pro- gram I, 2, 3, 4: SUB 2, 3-governor 4-governor FIASCO 2, 3, 4. BANKS, VIOLA-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- fion-Business. BARBER, RICHARD-Toledo, Ohio- Arfs and Sciences-Physics. BARNHART. RAYMOND A.-Toledo: Ohio - Engineering - Mechanical- A.I.I.E. 3, 4: Ohio Sociefy of Pro- fessional Engineers ISfudenf Chapferl 4. BARR, JAMES-Sylvania, Ohio-Edu- cafion-Science. BASICH, PATRICIA-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-Elemenfary-Kappa Della Pi 4. BAUER, GARY R.-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech-Dafa Processing. BAUM, JAMES B.-New Rochelle, New York - Business-AdminisI'rafion- Hillel 2, 3-vice pres., 4-lreas.: Co- chairman of Freshman Pre-orienfa- fion Program 4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 2. 3, 4-vice pres. BEACH, WILLIAM-Bucyrus, Ohio- ComTech-Engineering Aide-Phi The- fa Kappa 2. BECHTEL, MARY ANN-Toledo, Ohio ComTech-Medical Office Assisfanf -Missellefs. BECK, JOAN-Toledo, Ohio-Educafion -Business. BELLIS. FREDA-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- fion-French and Spanish-Kappa Del- fa Pi 3, 4: Sigma Delia Pi 3, 4: Phi Delfa Phi 3, 4: TSEA I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: French Club 3. BENDA, BARBARA-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- cafion-Elemenfary-Educafion Honors I: Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. BENORE, DIANA-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech-Refailing-Newman Club I. 2, Senior Index 3: Rock-efs I, 2, 3: Tau Rho Alpha 2, 3-vice pres. BENTON. BECKY-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- cafion-Elemenfary-Wesley Club I, 2: Campus Crusade for Chrisf I. 2. 3: TSEA I, 2, 3, 4. BERGER, BONNIE-Fair Lawn, New Jersey-Educafion-Elemenfary-TSEA I. BERGMAN, FRANK D.-Toledo, Ohio -Arfs and Sciences-Hisfory-Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4-pledge masfer: l.F.C. 3. BERKOWITZ. MARJORIE-Toledo, Ohio -Educafion-Elemenfary-TSEA 3. 4. BERRY, JAMES W.-Maumee, Ohio- Business-Producfion. BERTKE, BARBARA-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- cafion-Elemenlary-Alpha Phi Gam- ma 2, 3, 4: Peppers 2, 3, 4: Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4: TSEA I, 2.,3, 4: Collegian I, 2, 3, 4: Young Republi- cans 2, 3, 4: Pi Befa Phi I, 2. 3, 4- Pres.: Varsify Tennis I. 2, 3, 4: Var- sify Baskefball 2. 3. BIERLEY, TOM-Toledo. Ohio-Educa- 'lion-Mafh-Honors Program I, 2, 3, 4: Phi Kappa Psi I, 2, 3. 4. BILLMAIER, JUDY-Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Biology-Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4: Religious Coordinafing Commiffee I, 2: Chi Omega I, 2, 3: Homecoming Oueen Aflendanf 3. BISSELL, RICHARD A.-Toledo, Ohio- Business - Collegian - Theafre Ed.: Marching Band: Concerf Band: Alpha Kappa Psi: Accounfing Club. BITTER, DAVID J.-Sylvania, Ohio- ComTech, BLAKE. KATHLEEN M.-Toledo, Ohio- Arfs 3: Sciences. BLANK, JOHN E.-Toledo, Ohio-En- gineering-Mechanical-A.S.M.E., Phi Kappa Psi. BLAYANI, BALUBHAI-India-Engineer ing-Civil. BOOST. DAVID-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- fion-Social Sfudies. BOOTH. JOHN-Toledo, Ohio-Busi- ness-Accounfing-Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4: Alpha Phi Omega 2-freas., 3- vice pres., 4: Young Republicans I, 2, 3, 4: Y.M.C.A. I: L.S.A. I, 2: Ac- counfing Club 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3. BORK, JAMES-Toledo, Ohio-Business -Markefing-Alpha Kappa Psi I, 2, 3, 4: Markefing Club 3, 4: Mililary Science Club. BOSZOR, ROBERTA-Monlpelier, Ohio -Educafion-Mafh-Pi Mu Epsilon 3, 4-sec.: Kappa Delfa Pi 3, 4-vice pres.: TSEA I, 3, 4: SUB-publicify: Delia X 2, 3-sec.-freas.. 4-pres.: Ze-fa Tau Alpha 2, 3, 4-sec. BOXWELL, SUE-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- lion-Elemenfary-SUB Publicily I, 2: Leadership Commission 2. 3: Y.W. C.A. 2, 3: Homecoming Secrefary 3: Homecoming Parade Commiffee 2: Freshman Week 2-fours, publicify, 3-fours: Pi Befa Phi 2. 3, 4. BRADLEY, CHARLEN E-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-Elemenfary-Kappa Delia Pi 4: Phi Mu Gamma 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4 BRAITHWAITE, CHRISTINE M.-Toledo, Ohio - Educafion - Kindergarlen- Primary-Canlerbury Club I: AIChE 3. BRAKER, ROGER D.-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-Elemenfavy-TSEA I, 2, 3. 4: Young Republicans 4. BRANDMAN, GERALD-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-Social Science-Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4: BLOCKI-IOUSE 3, 4: Greek Week-Commiffee Chairman 3: Alpha Epsilon Pi I, 2, 3, 4. BRANT, WILLIAM-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech-Elecfronics-Alpha Kappa Psi. BRAUN, ROBERT-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- cafion-Hisfory-Young Republicans I, 2, 3, 4: TSEA 4. BRIEF, MICHAEL E.-Maplewood, New Jersey-Arfs and Sciences-Hisfory. BRIMACOMBE, JAMES-Toledo, Ohio- Engineering - Chemical - Pershing Rifles I, 2. BRISTOL, CAROL-Toledo. Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Journalism-SUB 2, 3: Pershing Rifles Sponsor 3: ROTC Spon- sor 3, 4: Chi Omega 2, 3, 4. BRITZ, BARBARA M.-Toledo. Ohio- Arls and Sciences. BROCKMAN, WILLIAM-Toledo, Ohio -Engineering-Civil. BROOKHART, LARRY-Toledo, Ohio- Business - Markefing - Pacemaker Award I: Gold Sfar Award I: Sigma Alpha Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4. BROWN, JEAN M.-Sylvania, Ohio- Educafion-Elemenfary-TSEA I, 2. 3. 4: Young Republicans I. - BRYANT, CAROLYN-Toledo, Ohio- Arfs and Sciences. BUGERT, MARCIA-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- calion-Elemenfary-Newman I, 2: TSEA I, 2, 3, 4: Confacf Commission 2, 3: Y.W.C.A. I, 2. 3-pres., 4: Kappa Delia I, 2, 3, 4: WUS Car- nival-General Chairman 3. BURNS, DONALD S.-Fremonf, Ohio- Business-Personnel-Honors Program 2: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3, 4. BUSSE. MARILYN-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- cafion-Elemeniary-Newman I, 2- social chairman: TSEA I, 2. 3, 4. CALENDINE, DOUGLAS-Toledo, Ohio -ComTech-Compuler Programming. CALL, CHARM-Sfafford, New York- Educafion-Elemenfary-TSEA 2, 3, 4: Universify Chemical Sociefy I: NEA 2, 3, 4: Womens Dorm Presidenf 3. CAPMAN, DAVID-Lamberfville, Michi- gan-ComTech-Elecfronics Technol- ogy. CANTER, CAROLE L.-Weslbury, New York - Educafion - Elemenlrary - BLOCKHOUSE I: SUB 3: TSEA 2. 3: Liffle Sisfers of Minerva 3, 4. CASE, BETTY-Manlius, New York- Educafion-Physical Educafion-Phy- sical Educafion Maiors Club 2. 3, 4: Tennis Club 2-sec., 3: Womens ln- framurals 2, 3, 4. CHAMPION, RONALD-Toledo, Ohio- Engineering-Physics-Tau Befa Pi 3, 4: Pi Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3. CHAPMAN, JANET-Toledo, Ohio- ComTech-Legal Office Assisfanf. CHILCOTE, SHARON-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion - Elemenfary - Honors Pro- gram I. 2, 3, 4-honors council: Kappa Delfa Pi 3. 4: SUB arfs com- miffee 3. CHLEBOWSKI, KATHY-Toledo, Ohio- ComTech-Legal Assisf.-Y.W.C.A. I, 2. CHMIELOWICZ, JOHN-Toledo, Ohio -Educafion-TSEA I. 2, 3, 4. CLARKE, ELIZABETH D.-Norlh Haven, Connecficuf-Arls and Sciences-Eng- lish, French, Spanish-Honors Program I, 2. 3, 4: Pi Delfa Phi 3, 4-pres.: Who's Who 3, 4: Sigma Delfa Pi: Sfudenf Senafe 3. 4-pres.: Leadership Xi Dorm Commission I, 2, 3: Sfudenf Acfivifies Commiflee 3, 4: Residence Hall Ad- visor 2, 3, 4: Newman Club I. 2. 3: Young Republicans I: Y.W.C.A. 2: Chi Omega I, 2. 3, 4. CODY, CAROLYN-Whife Plains, New York - Educafion - Elemenfary - Chorus I, 2: Residenf Advisor 4: Dorm Songfesf 3. COLE, .IOANNE-Worihinglon. Ohio- Educafion-Elemenfary. COLLINS. GENE-Toledo. Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Hisiory. Economics-Pi Kappa Phi 3, 4. COLLINS, ROBERT-Toledo. Ohio-En- gineering-Indusirial-A.l.l.E. CONN, JEFFREY-Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences. CONNORS, POLLY-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- calion-Elemenlary-TSEA: Y.W.C.A.: Conlacl Commission: Chi Omega. COOPER, FRED A.-New Yorlc, New Yorlr-Educaiion-Physical Ed.-PPEA: Procfor. COOPER, MARK J.-Oregon. Ohio- Educalion. COOPER, WILLIAM-Toledo. Ohio- Pharmacy-A,P.H.A. I, 2. 3, 4: Kap- pa Psi I. 2. 3. 4: Sludenr Senale 2: Sigma Phi Epsilon I. 2. 3. 4. CARALLUZZO, HARRY-Toledo. Ohio -ComTech-Compufer Programming -Accounling Club 3. 4. COUSINS, JOSEPHINE-Toledo. Ohio -Educalion. COX, ARTHUR-Liberly Cenier. Ohio -ComTech-Archifeclure-Phi The-la Kappa I. 2-vice pres.: Join? Acrivi- 'ries Commillee I. 2-chairman. DANEY. JAMES-Toledo. Ohio-Bust ness-Accounling-Sigma Phi Epsi- lon: Golf Team I. DAVIS, JAY-Greensburg, Pennsylvania -Arrs and Sciences-Speech-Hillel I. 2. 3: Young Democrals I, 2: Dormi- Iory Advisor 2. 3: BLOCKHOUSE 3. DAVIS, JEFFREY L.-Forest Hills. New York-Arrs and Sciences-I-lisfory-AL pha Phi Gamma 3, 4-vice pres.: Po- Iifical Science Club 2: Hisiory Club 4: Collegian l: BLOCKHOUSE 2. 3 and 4-Greelc Edilor: Greelr Weelc Rally Chairman 3: Alpha Epsilon Pi I, 2. 3. 4. DAVIS, TOM-Toledo. Ohio-Eclucaiion Social Sfudies.-Who's Who 4: BLOCK- HOUSE 3, 4: I.F.C. Execufive Board 3: Alpha Sigma Phi 2. 3, 4-pres. DEBTH. JUDY-Toledo. Ohio-Educa- lion-Elemenlary-TSEA 3. 4: Y.W. C.A. I: BLOCKHOUSE 3-organiza- fions edilor: Alpha Omicron Pi I, 2. 3. 4. DECKER, GWEN-Toledo. Ohio-Edu- caiion-Business-Inler-Varsiiy Chris- Iian Fellowship I, 2. - DEGNAN, JAMES-Toledo. Ohio-Busi- ness-Transporlafion-Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4: Flying Club 4. DEISLER, RICHARD-Beihpage. New Yorli-Arrs and Sciences-ChemisIry- American Chemical Sociely 2. 3: Al- pha Sigma Phi 2. 3, 4. DELCHER, MARTY-Allenlowri. Pennsyl- vania-Educafion-Arl-SUB 3. 4: Chi Omega 3, 4. . DeLEON. PABLO SANCHEZ-Caracus. Venezuela-Engineering-Mechanical- A.S.M.E.. lnlerriaiional Sfudeni' As- socialion: Venezuelan Sludenl Associa- lionr Judo Club. DeLEONARDIS, RICHARD-Plainview. New York-Arls and Sciences-Poliiical Science-Sigma Alpha Mu. DELIKAT, NANCY-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- Calion-English and HisIory-Publici- ly Chairman Homecoming 3: Assl. Direclor Freshmen Camp 4: Della Del- ia Della 2. 3. 4-pres. DeLONG, CATHY-Sylvania. Ohio- ComTech-Library Science-Newman Club 3. 4: NEA 3. 4. DEROSE. RICHARD-Toledo. Ohio-En- gineering-Civil-Pi Kappa Alpha: American Sociefy of Civil Engineers. DeSTEFANO, NEAL J.-Buffalo. New Yorl: - Business - Marlcering - Col- Senior Index Iegian 3-circulalion manager: Thela Chi 3. 4. DIETRICK, LARRY-Toledo. Ohio-Arls and Sciences: Alpha Sigma Phi 2.3.4. DIJAILI, ALI-Pinclcney. Michigan-Em gineering-Mechanical. DILDAY, DIANE-Sylvania. Ohio-Edu- calion-Elemeniary-TSEA3 Young Re- publicans. DIXON, PAMELA-Toledo. Ohio-Com- Tech-Medical Office Assi.-Sigma loI'a Chi I. 2. DIXON, TOTLEE-New Rochelle. New Yorl:-Arfs and Sciences-Thea+re- Sludenl' Broadcasling Organizalion 3. 4: Rocliei Chorislers. DOMBROWSKI, SUSANNE - Toledo. Ohio-Educafion-Social Science- PPEA: AAPHER: TSEA. DORENBECHER, JOHN R.-Hicksville. New Yorl:-Business-Transporialion- Procior 2. 3: ROTC I, 2, 3. 4: Sigma Phi Epsilon I. 2. 3, 4. DOW, SUSAN-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- lion-Elerneniary-TSEA I. 2. 3. 4: Young Republicans 3. 4: Alpha Chi Omega l. 2. 3.4. DRAKE, EMMA-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- lion-Business. DRAKE, STEPHEN-Toledo. Ohio-En- gineering-Civil-A.S.C.E. 3. 4-pres.: Alpha Sigma Phi I, 2. 3.4. 5. DUCK, CHARLES-Toledo. Ohio-Bush ness-Newman Club I, 2. 3. 4: Young Democrais I. 2. 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2. 3. 4. DUCAT, SANDRA L.-Toledo. Ohio- Educalion - Elemenlary - Alpha Phi Gamma 3-Ireas.. 4: Peppers 3. 4: Sophomore Class Secrelary 2: Senale Educaiion Rep. 3. 4: Senale Consriru- lions Commiilee 3. 4: Leadership Commission 2-sec.. 3, 4-credenIiaIs3 TSEA i. 2-publiaiy. 3. 4: BLOCK- HOUSE I-arls ed.. 2-layour: Alpha Chi Omega I-hisr.. 2-hisf., 3-rec. sec.. 4. DUDA, JOHN-Toledo. Ohio-Engineer ing-Mechanical-Pi Mu Epsilon 3: Tau Bela Pi 3: Alpha Sigma Phi 2. 3. 4. DUSZYNSKI, DIANE-Toledo. Ohio- Educalion-Social Science-TSEA 3. 4: Newman Club 2. DUTCHESS. EUGENE J.-Toledo. Ohio -Business. DYER, WENDY-Toledo. Ohio-Educa- lion - Elemeniary - TSEA I: LeTri- Colour 3-vice pres.: Alpha Chi Ome- ga I, 2. 3. 4: Winler Formal Decora- fions Chairman I. DYKMAN, JOAN-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- caiion. EASON. RODNEY L.-Toledo. Ohio- Pharmacy-Alpha Phi Alpha I. 2. 3- pres.. 4. EBERTS. DONALD R.-Toledo. Ohio- Engineering-Mechanical--Phi Era Sig- ma I: Tau Beia Pi 3, 4, EDMUNDS, JAMES B.-Toledo. Ohio- Business. EGGERT. JEAN-Toledo. Ohio-Arls 81 Sciences-Chemisiry-Honors Program I, 2. 3.4: Band I.2. 3. EHRET, JOAN-Toledo. Ohio-Educa- lion-English-Honors Program I: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4: TSEA 2, 3, 4: SUB I. 2: Fulure Lawyers I. 2: Young Democrals I, 2, 3, 4: Pi Bela Phi I, 2. 3-Ireas.. 4, EHRHARDT, CHERYLE L.-Toledo. Ohio -ComTech-Medical Office Asst- Miss-el-elres I. 2: Sigma lofa Chi I. 2, EHRHARDT, JUDY L.-Toledo. Ohio- ComTech-Sienography - Miss-el-eiies I, 2. ELDRIDGE, ROBERT-Toledo. Ohio- Business-Accounfing-Tau Kappa Ep- silon. ELESTON, DEBORAH I.-Toledo. Ohio -Educaiion-Social Sludies. ELOVSKY, CATHERINE-Wes? Islip. New Yorln-Educalion-Physical Ed.-- PPEA I, 2. 4: TSEA I, 2: Residenr Assi. 3, 4: Vice President of Dowd l"lall 3. ENDSLEY, SUSAN-Toledo. Arls and Sciences-Psychology-Psi Chi 2. 3. 4: SUB l. 2: Collegian I, 2. EOFF, SANDY-Toledo. Ohio-ComTech -Slenography. EPSTEIN. JOEL-Toledo, Ohio-Arls and Sciences-Alpha Epsilon Pi. EWALD, KEITH-Seven Hills. Ohio- ComTech-Eleclronics-Phi The-ia Kap- pa 3, 4. FAILOR, GARY-Toledo. Ohio-Ariz and Sciences-Ecorornicf-SEG 4-Heas.: Collegian: Thela Chi 2. 3-Peas.. 4. FILBY. GEORGE R.-Easl Liberiy. Ohio -Business-Personnel-Alpha Sigma Phi. FISHBEIN. LORRAINE-Toledo. Ohio- Eclucaiion-Elernenlary-C.O.B,B, I. 22 Sigma Delia Tau l. FISHER, LES-Toledo. Ohio-Pharmacy. FISHER. RICHARD-Toledo. Ohio- Educalizn-Sccial Science. FLAGG, IREATHA-Toledo. Ohio- Pharrnacy-Larnbda Kappa Sigma 2. 3. 4: SUB 2. 31 Apl'lA 3, 4. FORD, AVEARN-Toledo. Ohio-Educa- :ian-Social Science. FRAZEN, DIANE-Toledo. Ohio--Busi- nes:-Managerneni-Miss-el-elles l,'2: Newman Club I: Young Dernocrals I. 2: Pershing Riiles Sponsor 2: ROTC Sponsor 2: Assoc. ci U.S. Army Spon- sor 3. FRENCH, VIRGINIA-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Elernenlar-,-TSEA 3. 43 Y.W.C.A. 3. 4: Pi Bela Phi l. 2, 3. 4. FRIDDLE, LORI-Toledo. Ohio-Educa- lion-English-TSEA: Y.W.C.A. l. 2: Spiriis and Tradiiions I. 2. 3. 4: Lirlle Sisler oi Minerva 3, 4: Var- siry Cheerleader 2. 3 and 4-Capl. FUCHS, THEODORE-Toledo. Ohio- Engineering-Mechanical. FALK, RICHARD-Upper Saddle River. New Jersey-Pharmacy-APhA 2. 3, 4, 5: Kappa Psi I. 2, 3.4. 5: A.U.S.A. I, 2: Young Republicans I. GAFFNEY, JEANETTE-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Social Siudies-Newman Club I: TSEA I. 2: Young Dernocrais 2. GAILLIOT, JO ANN-Toledo. Ohio- Eclucaiion-Elernenrary-Kappa Della Pi: SUB I: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4: TSEA 2. 3. 43 Pi Beia Phi 2. 3. 4. GARCIA, ALVARO-Caracas, Venezuela Engineering - Mechanical - A.S. M.E.: lnfernaiional Sludenl Associa- tion: Venezuelan Sludenl Associalioni Judo Club. GERBER. HAROLD J.-Tenaily, New Jersey - Business - Transporlalion - Foorball I, 2: Sigma Alpha Epsilon I, 2. 3, 4. GERNHEUSER, KATHRYN K.-Toledo. Ohio-ComTech-Legal Oiiice Assis- Ianl-Phi The-la Kappa I. 2-sec.: Join? Aclivifies Comrnilree 2. GIGER. JOHN R.-Easl Boolhbay. Maine - Business Adminislralion - Pershing Rifles I. 2. 3, 4: Scabard and Blade 3, 4: Brigade Commander 4. GILBERT, MICHAEL-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Healih. GIVIN. LYNN-Holland, Ohio-Com- Tech-Managemenl'-Soliball 2. GLANDORFF, ROBERT-Toledo, Ohio- Business. GOLDBERG, MORTON C.-Livingsion. New Jersey - Business - Markeling - Young Democrals I-pub.: Col- legian 3-carloon ed.: B'Nai B'riIh I. 2: Alpha Epsilon Pi l, 2, 3-social chairman, 4. GOLUPSKI, CAROL-Toledo, Ohio- Pharmacy-Lambda Kappa Sigma 3. 4, 5: American Pharmaceufical Ass. Sludenl Branch 5: Kappa Della I, 2, 3, 4, 5. GRACE, THOMAS-Business. GRANT, ROBERT C.-Towaco, New Jer- sey-Aris and Sciences-Inierdeparh mental-Blue Key 3: Alpha Phi Garn- fna 2, 3, 4: Phi Alpha Theia 3, 4- vice pres.. Siudenr Senaie 2, 3, 4: SUB 3, 4: Collegian I-reporier, 2- news ed., 3-man. ed. GREENE, MARY-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech-Medical Office Assi.: Sigma Iofa Chi. GREENBERG, MARLA-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Business-TSEA 4: SUB 4: Sludenl Senaie 4: BLOCKHOUSE 4- index ed., Alpha Omicron Pi 4. GREENBERG, MARLENE-Toledo, Ohio -Educaiion. GREINER, CHRISTIE-Sylvania, Ohio- Eclucalion - Social Science - Kappa Della Pi 3, 4: SUB I. GRIBBIN, BRIDGET-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-English-TSEA I: Newman Club I: Kappa Della I, 2, 3, 4. GRIBBIN, PATRICIA-Toledo, Ohio- Eclucafion - English - Young Demo- crais I, 2: Newman Club I, 2, 3: TSEA. GRIFFIN, CHARLENE M.-New Bruns- wick, New Jersey--Educalion-English. GRIFFIN, PAUL H.-Toledo, Ohio- Business - Transporlaiion - Freshman Baseball: Hockey Club 2, 3. 4. GROVE, RAY-Toledo. Ohio-Engineer- ing-Mechanical-Tau Bela Pi 3: Pi Mu Epsilon 4: ASME 3, 4. GRUBER, CAROLYN-Cincinnati, Ohio -Aris and Sciences-Poliiical Science V.P. MacKinnon Hall 3. GSCHWIND,- DIANE-Toledo. Ohio- Arls and Sciences-Maih-Young Dem- ocrals I. GUILINGER, JOYCE-Toledo. Ohio- ComTech. GUSSESS, GEORGE-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Social Science-l.F.C. 3, 4: Alpha Sigma Phi I, 2, 3, 4-vice pres. HADDAD, ELIAS-Toledo, Ohio-Phar- macy-Rho Chi 2-pres. HALL, DANIEL-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech. HAMMER, IRWIN-Wesl Orange, New Jersey-Aris and Sciences-lnIerde- parimenfal-Alpha Epsilon Pi I, 2, 3. 4. HANE, JEAN JACQUES-Bogola, Co- lombia - Engineering - Electrical- Engineering Council 2: Colombian Club 3-pres.: lniernalional Ball 4- chrm.Z I.E.E.E. 4. HARLEY, RICHARD-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Malh-TSEA I, 2, 3. 4: Malh Club 2, 3. 4: GeoScience So- ciefy 4: ROTC Rifle Club I, 2. HARRIS, RANDOLPH J.-Toledo-Ohio -Aris and Sciences-Poliiical Science -Newman Club 2. 3: Finance Club 3-sec.: Young Democrals 2-pres.: Sfudenl Council Commiiiee 2: Phi Kappa Psi. HARRIS, VIRGINIA-Toledo, Ohio- Educaiion-Social Science-TSEA l, 2, 3, 4. HECHT, SUSAN-While Plains. New York- Educafion - Social Science - Senior Index TSEA: Hillel: Member of Judicial Board. HEINEY, TERRY-Toledo, Ohio-Arls and Sciences - Philosophy - Honors Pro- gram I, 2, 3, 4: Collegian 2, 3-bus. mgr.: Thela Chi I, 2, 3-vice pres.. 4-pres. HELFRICH, JANET-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucalion-Physical Ed.-Peppers 3, 41 Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4: Spirils and Tradilions Commillee I, 2, 3, 4: SUB I: Sludeni Senale 3, 4: BLOCK- HOUSE 2: Y.W.C.A. I, 2 and 3- Ireas., 4: Sludenl Discounl Service 4 Co-chrm.: Women's Tennis Team I, 2. 3, 4: Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4. HENRY, MARTHA L.-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Hislory-Chi Omega. HENSHAW, JOHN C.-Toledo, Ohio - Educaiion - Social Science - Phi Gamma Mu 3, 4: TSEA I, 2-, 3, 4: Young Republicans 3, 4-vice pres. HEPPER, CONNIE-Williamsville, New York - Educalion - Elemenlary - Young Democrals I: Dormiiory Ad- visor 2, 3, 4: BLOCKHOUSE 4: Bowl- ing 2: Alpha Omicron Pi 2, 3. 4. HERZIG, JOHN-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech-Engineering. HESS, MARY-Toledo, Ohio-Educalion -Elemenlary-TSEA 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 3: SUB I: Delia Della Delia 2, 3, 4. HICKOK, RICHARD-Toledo, Ohio- Arls and Sciences-SUB: Scabbard and Blade: l.F.C.: Thefa Chi. HILL, LAWRENCE I.-Toledo, Ohio- Engineering-Chemical-Bela Eia Sig- ma I: Tau Beia Pi 3: Pi Mu Epsilon 3: Sludenf Senare 3: A.l.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4: Greek Week Dance Chrm. 3: Pi Kap- pa Alpha 2, 3, 4. HILL, PAUL-S+. Albans. New York- Aris and Sciences-Sociology-Dormi- Iory Judicial Council 2: Sigma Alpha Mu. HILT. THOMAS-Toledo, Ohio-Busi- ness-Pre-law-Siudenl Senale 4: Pub- licaiions Commission Chrm. 2: Home- coming sub chrm. I, 2: I.F.C. 3. 4: Tau Kappa Epsilon 2. 3, 4. HODOROWSKI, JUDITH A.-Toledo. Ohio - Educalion - Elemenlary - Kappa Della Pi 3: Newman Club 3, 4-sec., TSEA 4. HOFFMAN, EDWARD-Toledo, Ohio- Arrs and Sciences-Sociology-New man Club l, 2, 3, 4. HONG, CURTIS-Toledo, Ohio-Engi- neering. HOOD, RONALD-Toledo, Ohio-Engi- neering-Elecironics-I.E.E.E. 3, 4. HOSFIELD, DONNA-Cambridge, Ohio -ComTech-Sienography. HOWELL, VICTORIA-Toledo, Ohio- Educaiion-Healfh and Physical Ed.- Alpha Phi Gamma 2. 3. 4: Academy of Professional Physical Educalion 3: Whos Who 3: TSEA l, 2, 3, 4: New- man Club I, 2, 3, 4: SUB I, 2: Col- legian Reporier If BLOCKHOUSE 2 organ. ed. 3-index ed., 4-man. ed.: Alpha Omicron Pi I, 2, 3-pres., 4: Spring Oueen Finalisf 2. HUBER, SUSAN-Walerville, Ohio-Ed- ucalion-Social Science-TSEA 3, 4. HUSS, EILEEN R.-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- caiion-Newman Club I, 4: TSEA I, 2: Zela Tau Alpha I, 2, 3, 4-pres. IMHOLT, MARCIA-Toledo, Ohio- Pharmacy-Lambda Kappa Sigma I, 2, 3-vice pres., 4-pres.. 5: O.S.P.A. -A.Ph.A. I. 2, 3, 4. 5: SUB I, 2: Della Delia Delfa I, 2, 3. 4. JACOB, WILLIAM E.-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-Heallh. JACOBS, CHERYL M.-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-English. JAEGER, CHARLES-Elmore, Ohio- Business-Accounling-Bela Alpha Psi 3, 4: Sigma Chi. JAFFE, JOEL-Maplewood, New Jersey -Business-Accounling-Hillel 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Mu I, 2-sec., 3 and 4 pres.: l.F.C. 3, 4. JAMES, RUTH-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- Iion-Physical Ed.-Rock-els I. 2, 3. JARZEBOWSKI, JANET-Toledo, Ohio- ComTech-Medical Office Assi.: Sig- ma lola Chi. JOHNS, ROBERT-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- calion-Elemenlary-TSEA. JOHNSON, WAYNE-Toledo, Ohio- Business-Accounling. JONES, MICHAEL W.-Toledo, Ohio- Eclucafion-Social Science. JUVINALL, JOHN-Toledo, Ohio-En- gineering-Eleclrical-Phi Eia Sigma I: Pi Mu Epsilon 2: Phi Kappa Phi 3: Tau Bela Pi 3: Era Kappa Nu 3: l.E.E.E. 3, 4-chrm.: U.T.E.C. 4-pres., Band I, 2. KANARY, CATHY-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- calion-Elemenlary-Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4: Thealre 3. KANIPE. JUDY-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech-Medical Office Assf.-Sigma Iola Chi. KANTHAK, DAVID-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- calion-Biology-Freshman Foolball. KAPLAN, RONNIE I.-Spring Valley. New Yo rk-Educalion-Elemenfa ry- TSEA. KARDONSKY, HOWARD-Syossei, New York-Business-Traffic Managemeni- Sigma Alpha Mu. KARPANTY, DAVID ComTech-DraiIing- KASAP, PATRICIA R.- Educafion - English Secreiary: Conlacl Toledo, Ohio- Newman Club. Maumee. Ohio- -Freshman Class Commission 2- sec., 3-chrm.: Pershing Rilles Hon- orary Isl Lieulenani' I: Pershing Rifles Honorary Caplain lOueenI 2: Chi Omega I, 2, 3, 4-social chrm. KASPRZAK, CAMILLE A.-Toledo, Ohio - Business - Adminisrraiion - Ac- counling Club 3: Leadership Commis- sion 4: Newman Club 3, 4: Alpha Chi Omega 3, 4. KATZMAN, PAMELA S.-Toledo, Ohio- Eclucalion-Social Science-TSEA: Y. W.C.A. KAUFMAN, PHILLIP-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucalion-Who's Who 3, 4: COBB- Hillel I, 2, 3, 4: Young Republicans I: TSEA I, 4: SUB I-arls com.. 2 and 3-Ireas.. 4-pres.: SIuden+ Acli- vilies Commillee 3, 4: SUB Conven- Iion Dele-gale 2. 3, 4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3-II. masler, 4: I.F.C. 2, 3, 4, KEELER, ELAINE-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech-Slenography-Phi Thela Kappa I, 2: Siudenf Senale 2: Joinl' Aciivi- Iies Commiflee I, 2: Sigma Iola Chi I, 2. KELLER, DENNIS-Toledo, Ohio-Aris and Sciences-lnlernalional Relalions -Hisfory Club 3, 4. KENDRICK, MICHAEL-Toledo, Ohio- Arls and Sciences-Economics-Young Dernocrals l, 2, 3: Marching Band I, 3: Brass Choir I, 2, 3, 4. KERMAN, LEWIS A.-Brooklyn, New York-Educafion-Social Science. KERSEY, SONDRA L.-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-Newman Club. KERSHAW, KAREN-Toledo, Ohio-- ComTech-Medical Office AssI.-Sig- ma Iofa Chi I, 2. KERTZ, SUSAN-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- Iion-English-TSEA I. KESSERU. JOLAN-Punxsulawney. Pen- nsylvania-Pharmacy-Lambda Kappa Sigma: Y.W.C.A. I: Young Republi- cans I. KEVERN, JOHN-Toledo, Ohio-Busi ness. KHAN, AZMAT-Rampur, India-Engi neering - Mechanical - l,S.A. pres.: Y.M.C.A. KIRCHOFF, SUSAN-Perrysburg, Ohio- Business-Marlcefing and Slalisfics, KIRSCHNER. LEWIS M.-Oalihursl, New Jersey - Engineering - Eleclrical - Spiriis and Tradiiions Commiilee 2: l.F.C. 3. 4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4- pres. KISS, MICHAEL-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech-General Sfudies-Newman Club 2. 3: Young Republicans 2. 3: Y.M.C.A. 3. 4: Alpha Phi Omega. KLEIN, LINDA-Youngslown, Ohio, KLEIN, JANICE-Toledo, Ohio-Ecluf:a- lion-Elemenlary-TSEA I, 2, 3. 42 Y.W.C.A. 2, 3: Newman Club I, 2, 3. 4: Panhellenic Council 2, 3: Pi Bela Phi I, 2. 3, 4. KNAUER, RICHARD-Toledo. Ohio- Arls and Sciences-Malh-Phi Kappa Phi 2. 3: Phi Ela Sigma 25 Phi Mu Epsilon 3: Della X 3. 4. KOENIGSEKER, JOHN M.-Perrysburg, Ohio - Engineering - Mechanical- Tau Bela Pi. KOHN, MARTIN-Teanecli: New Jersey -Arls and Sciences-Psychology- Sigma Alpha Mu. KOHN, RICHARD-Souih Orange, New Jersey - Business - Accounting - Sigma Alpha Mu 3. 4. KOOP, CAROL A.-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucalion-Elemenlary-TSEA I. 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 2, 3: Young Democrals 2: Newman Club 2, 3, 4: Pi Bela Phi I, 2, 3. 4. KOVARIK, ROBERT L.-Toledo. Ohio- Engineering-lndusirial-A.l.l.E. 2. 3. KOVESDY, ALLEN-Weslburg, New Yorlc - Business - Adminislrralion - Toledo Soccer Team 2, 3, 4: lnler Fra- iernily Sporis Chrrn.: Alpha Epsilon Pi. KOZBIAL, WILLIAM-Toledo. Ohio- ComTech-Cveneral Siudies. KOZEY, PAM-Wes? Mililin, Ohio- Educaiion-Physical Ed.-TSEA 2, 3: Y.W.C.A. 2: PEA 2, 3, 4: Dowd I-lall 3-J Board Chrm.. 4-pres. KRAUS, BARBARA-Erie, Pennsylvania Educaiion-Elemeniary-TSEA 4. KRIEGER, ROBERT-Toledo, Ohio-Busi- ness-Personnel-Foolball I, 2. 3: Sigma Alpha Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4-pres. KRUTCHIK, MARVIN-Toledo. Ohio- Business-Accounling-Bela Alpha Psi -Accounting Club. KUGELMAN, NATHAN-Youngslown, Ohio-Pharmacy-Alpha Zelra Omega 2, 3. 4, 5-pres.: APHA 4, 5: Alpha Epsilon Pi I, 2. 3, 4. 5. KUHL. MARGARET-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucaiion-Elemenlary-Alpha Phi Gam- ma 3: TSEA 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 3: Col- legian 3, 4-sociefy ed.: Sludehi Body Governrnenf 2: Pi Bela Phi 2, 3-vice pres., 4. KUJDA, FRED-Toledo, Ohio-Business -Marlceling-Phi Kappa Psi 3, 4. KUPCHIK, ALLEN-I-lewlell, New Yorlc -Business-Personnel-Dormiiory So- cial Aciiviiies Council 3, 4-sec-lreas. KUPKA, CHRISTINE-Eremonl, Ohio- ComTech-Medical Ollice Assl. KUPPER, STEVEN-Toledo. Ohio-Busi- ness-Accounting and Finance-Hillel 4: Coniacf Commission 2: Accouniing Club 2, 3, 4: Finance Club 3, 4-vice pres.: Winier Formal I-pub.: Alpha Epsilon Pi I. 2. 3.4. KWIATKOWSKI, JEROME D.-Toledo. Ohio-Educafion-Social Science-ln- irramurals I, 2, 3. 4: Tau Kappa Epsi- on. LAHEY, WILLIAM-Toledo, Ohio-En- Senior Index gineering-Mechanical-A.S.M.E. 4- EEC, LAJTI, JOHN R.-Toledo. Ohio-En gineering. LAMB, JAMES-Toledo. Ohio-Educa- lion-Social Science-Traclc 3. LANCASTER, LOIS-Orchard Park, New York-Educalion-Elemenlary-TSEA. LaPLANTE, ANN M.-Rossiord, Ohio- Educafion. LaPOINTE. THOMAS-Sylvania, Ohio- Educaiion-Malh-Phi Ela Sigma I: Kappa Delia Pi 3: Pi Mu Epsilon 3: Phi Kappa Phi 3: TSEA I. 2. 3, 4: Young Democrals I: Della X 3. LASKIEWICZ, RICHARD-Toledo. Ohio - Engineering - Physics - Phi Ela Sigma I: Tau Bela Pi 2.4. LAVIN, DONNA-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- lion-Elemenlary-TSEA I. 2, 3, 4: Young Dernocrals I. LEASE, TOM-Perrysburg, Ohio-Bush ness-Marlieling-Sigma Alpha Epsi- Ion. LEHMAN, KENNETH-Toledo, Ohio- Engineering-Civil-ASCE I, 2, 3. 4: Newman Club I. 2, 3. 4: Mililary Sci- ence Club I, 2. LEMKE, ROSEMARY-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Business-Kappa Della Pi. LEY, RICHARD-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- lion. LICK, CLIFFORD-Maumee, Ohio-En- gineering-Civil-ASCE. LINDHUBER, JAMES-Toledo, Ohio- Engineering-Civil-ASCE 3. 4: Pi Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4. LING, CHERYL-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- lion-Elemenlary-TSEA I. 2, 3. LINK, MARY ALICE-Toledo, Ohio- Arls and Sciences-English. LINKER, IRWIN-Greal Neck, New York-Arls and Sciences-Biology- Siudenf Conlacl Commission 4: BLOCKHOUSE 4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 2. 3. 4. LIPNER, ROBIN-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- lion-Elemenlary-TSEA and OEA I, 2: Thealre I, 2: Choir 3: Orcheslra 3: Roclc-els 2, 3: Kappa Delia I, 2, 3, 4. LOY, LARRY-Toledo. Ohio-Engineen ing-Civil-Pi Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Tau Bela Pi 3, 4. LONG, ARTHUR-Toledo, Ohio-Arls and Sciences-Physics-Alpha Phi Omega 3-lreas. LOOS, JEFFREY-Toledo Ohio-En- gineering-Civil. LOVETT, RICHARD-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-English, LUDEMAN, JANIS-Toledo, Ohio-Ed ucaiion-Elemenlary-TSEA 3, 4. LYDY, ROBERT J.-Toledo. Ohio-Arls and Sciences - Chemislry - Sigma Alpha Epsilong Varsiiy Traclc. LUDZKI, SAMUEL-New Yorlr-Arls and Sciences-Political Science-Young Re- publicans l: Hillel 2. 3: ROTC. LUMBATTIS, SARA-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucaiion-Elemenlary-Y.W.C.A. 2, 32 TSEA 2, 3, 4: SUB 4: Young Repub- licans 3. 4: Alpha Omicron Pi 2, 3, 4. LUPPENS, JAMES-Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Geochemisiry-Geosci- ence Sociely 3, 4. LUTZ. DALE W.-Massapequa Park, New Yorlc - Educalion - l-lislory - Sigma Phi Epsilon 3. 4: lnlramural Sporis I, 2, 3, 4. MCAVOY, MARY PAT-Toledo. Ohio- Educalion - Elemenlary - TSEA l. chairman of Achieve "I6"., 2-vice presiclenf., 3-Treasurer: Newman Club I, 2. 3: YWCA I, 2. 3: Pi Bela Phi I. 2, 3, MCCLURG, DAVID-Sylvania. Ohio- Business-Marlceiing-Baseball I. MCCORMICK, JAMES-Oregon. Ohio -Aris and Sciences-I-lisfory. MCNAMARA, MICHAEL-Toledo, Ohio -Aris and Sciences-Sociology-Vet erans' Club 3, 4: Young Republicans 3 4: lndusirial Managemenl 4: Sociology and Anlhropology Club 3. 4. MacTAGGART, MARSHA-Rocky River, Ohic-ComTech-Medical Office As- sisfanl. MACIEJEWSKI, RICHARD - Toledo, Ohio-Arls and Sciences-I-lislory. MAHER, DENNIS-Business-Marlneiing -Horcrs Program I, 2, 3, 4: Bela Bela Bela 3, 4: Alpha Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, MARLEAU, CONNIE-Toledo, Ohio- Educalicin-Elemeniary-TSEA 4, MARRIOTT, JAMES-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucalion-Science. MARSHALL, SUSAN-Toledo. Ohio- Educaiion-Business-TSEA 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 2. 3, 4: SUB l, 2, 3- sec.: Pi Bela Phi I, 2, 3-sec., 4-sec. MARTINEK, JAMES-Neiis, Ohio-Ecl- ucaiion-Social Siuclies-Alpha Phi Omega. MASON, DONNA J.-N. Olmsied, Ohio -Educafion-Elemenlary-TSEA 2, 3, 4: SUB 3: BLOCKHOUSE 3: infer- nos I, 2. 3, 4: Procior-2: Judiciary Board-4: Dorm Commission-2: Alpha Ornicron Pi I. 2, 3, 4-sec, MASSAU, WAYNE-Rochesfer, New Yorlc-Business-Inlernaiional Trade- Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MASTAKAS, CAROL-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion. MATISZAK, ROBERT-Toledo, Ohio- Business - Personnel- Scabbard and Blade 4: Milifary Science Club I. 2. 3, 4. Rille Team I: AUSA 2, lndusirial Managemenl' Club 4: Winier Formal Chairman 3: Sigma Phi Epsilon 2. 3- secrelary 4-assi. pledge masier. MAWHORTER, TERRY-Toledo-Bush ness. MEANS, JOY-Toledo. Ohio-Educa- lion-Elemeniary-TSEA. MEEKER, BRIAN L.-Toledo. Ohio-En- gineering-Indusfrial-A. I. I. E. 2, 3- sec. and ireas. 4-pres.: sludenl Senale 3: Tau Kappa Epsilon. MESTELLER, JEAN-Toledo, Ohi::-Ed- ucation Kappa Della l, 2, 3, 4. METZGER, SUZANNE-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Elernenfary-TSEA 3. 4. MICHALKIEWICZ, LEONA - Toledo. Ohio-Educafion-Elementary. MICHALSKI, DONNA-Toledo. Ohio- Educalion-English-Pi Lambda Thelag Kappa Delia Pi. MIHALICK. RICHARD-Ashlabula, Ohio -Business-Finance-Bela Giama Sig- ma 3, 4: Blue Key 3. 4: Sludenl Senale 2, 3: SUB I, 2, 3: Budgei Review Chairman 4: Alpha Kappa Psi 2. 3, 4: BLOCKHOUSE Business Man- ager 4: Alpha Sigma Phi 2. 3, 4: l. F. C. 3. 4. ' MILLER, JOHN-Piiisburgh, Pennsyl- vania - Engineering - Elecfrical - Phi Kappa Phi: Pi Mu Epsilon: Tau Belo Pl: Ela Kappa Nu: l.E.E.E. MILLER, PATRICIA L.-Toledo, Ohio- Educalion-Malh-Delia X 3, 4: Geo Science 3, 4. MILLMAN, DARYL-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucalion-Elemenlary. MOAN, JAMES-Toledo, Ohio-Arls and Sciences-Economics-SUB I 7 Iniramurals l, 2, 3. MOELLMAN, BARRY-Elmore. Ohio- Engineering-Elecirical--l,E.E.E. 2. 3. 4. MOOR, CHRIS-Toledo, Ohio-Aris and Sciences-Assl. on Homecoming Par- ade 3: Phi Kappa Psi I, 2. 3-Direcior of Songiesl' 4: Freshman Golf I. The Board of Directors Dr. J. Nailwan Hobbs, Lewis E. Thomas, Pre-sion Levis, Presideni Carlson, Dr. Maurice Schniricer, Ariiwur R. Cline, Richard C Heymann. Jr., Srephan Shanahan Missing: James P. Faivey, Laurence Sieinberg MOREAS, ROBERT-New York-New York-Arfs and Sciences--Psychology -Sigma Alpha Mu 2, 3. MORFORD, DONALD-Toledo, Ohio- Engineering-Indusfrial. MORGAN, CALVIN-Toledo, Ohio- Arfs and Sciences-Chemistry-Mafh Club I, 2: Bard I, 2 3: American Chemical Sociefy. MORGRET, MONROE-Toledo. Ohio- Arfs ard Science-English. MOSER, RICHARD A.-Toledo. Ohio- Engineering-Elecfrical-Phi Efa Sigma I: Pi Mu Epsilon 3-pres., 4-pres., 5: Era Kappa Nu 3, 4, 5: Phi Kappa Phi 4, 5' Delfa X 3, 4, 5: I. E. E. E. 4, 5. MOSKOWITZ, HOWARD-New York. New York-Educal'ion-EIemenIary- TSEA I, 2, 3, 4: Dormifory Advisor 4: Hillel I, 2, 3: Alpha Epsilon Pi 3. 4. MOSS, RIKKI-Spring Valley, New York -Educafion-Elemenfary-TSEA I, 2, 3, 43 Hillel 2, 3-vice pres.: Songfesf direcfor 2, 3: Women'S lnframurals I, 2, 3, 4. NEWBURY, CONSTANCE A N N- Toledo, Ohio ComTech-Medical Of- iice Assisfanl. NIEKRANZ, DEBRA-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucafion - English - TSEA: Confacf Commission-3: Homecoming and Greek Week Commiffee: Alpha Chi Omega I, 2, 3, 4-vice pres. NIEKRANZ, JUDY-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- cafion-Business-Kappa Delfa Pi 3: TSEA I. 2, 3, 4: Greek Week Skifs and Elecfronics 2, 3: Homecoming Dance Commiffee I: Alpha Chi Omega I, 2. 3, 4. NISSEN, NORMAN J.-Business. NOFZIGER, NEIL B.-Toledo, Ohio- Engineering-lndusfrial. NORMAN, JAMES W.-Cashocfon, Ohio - Business - Accounfing - Accounfing Club 3.4. NORRIS, RAYMOND J.-Toledo, Ohio- Engineering-Civil-Newvman Club I, 2-freas., 3, 4: A. S. C. E. 2, 3, 4: A. U. S, A. I, 2, 3-pres., 4: Milifary Science Club I. 2, 3, 4: Scabbard 81 Blade 3, 4. NOWOWIEJSKI, MICHAEL J.-Hol- land, Ohio-ComTech-General Sfud- ies. O'CALLAGHAN, MARTIN A.-Educa- fion-Business. OLSZEWSKI, CHARLENE-Temperance Ivlichigan-ComTech. ORAVECZ, JEAN-Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Medical Technology- Newman Club I, 2. PACIFICO, BARBARA-ComTech. PANKRAU, ELLY-Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-English-Who's Who 3: Spring Oueen I: Homecoming Queen 3: ROTC Sponsor I, 2, 3: YWCA I, 2, 3-camp counselor, 4: Newman Club I, 2. 3: Chi Omgea I, 2, 3, 4- pres. PANWAR, NARPAT S.-Jaipur, India- Engineering-Inclusfrial-A. I. I. E. PARIS, BARBARA, Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Journalism-Who's Who 3: Peppers 3. 4: Alpha Phi Gamma 2, 4: Exfernal Affairs Commissioner 4: Collegian I, 2, 3-edifor, 4: Home- coming rally chairman 2: Greek Week Skif Chairman 2: Sigma Delia Tau I, 2, 3, 4. PARRISH, LARRY E.-Coshocfon. Ohio -Business-Accounfing-Befa Gamma Sigma 4: Befa Alpha Psi 4: Accounfing Club 3. 4. PATSINER, ARTHUR-New York, New York-Arfs and Sciences-Psychology Senior Index -Alpha Epsilon Pi I, 2, 3.4. PELWECKI, SIEGRIED-Toledo, Ohio- Arfs and Sciences-Theafer-Univer Sify Theaier. PERLMAN, PHILIP-Toledo, Ohio-BuSi- ness-Markefing-Alpha Epsilon Pi 2. 3, 4. PETLER, GARY-Dayfon, Ohio-Business -Accounfing-Befa Gamma Sigma 3i Befa Alpha Psi 3: Accounfing Club 2, 3, 4. PIOTROWSKI, WALTER-Toledo, Ohio - Educafion - Social Sfudies - SUB Publicify Commiffee I, 2: Pi Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4. PIRCHNER, HERMAN-Burfon, Ohio- Business-Personnel-Blue Key 3, 4: Who's Who 3: Senafe 3, 4: SBG Treasure 3: Senafe Pres. Pro Tem 4: BLOCKHOUSE Business Manager and Adv. Manager 2: Budgef 'Review Chairman 2, 3: Spirifs and Tradifion 3: Sigma Phi Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4: Varsify Wresfling 2, 3, 4: Varsify T Club 3, 4, PLATT, SUSAN-Greaf Neck, New York - ComTech - Refailing - Phi Thefa Kappa I, 2-pledge frainer: Hillel I, 2. PLISKIN, ROBERT-Sharon, Massachu- seffs-Arfs and Sciences-Biology- Dorm Residenf Counselor: Dorm Social Council-pres.: Advisor fo Freshman Judiciary Council. POTTER, JOHN-Toledo, Ohio-Engi- neering-lndusfrial-Blue Key 3: Tau Befa Pi 3i Who's Who 3: SJC 2- iusfice, 3-Chief Jusfice: Phi Kappa Psi 2-vice pres.. 3-pres.: I.F.C, 2, 3: Greek Week King 3. RANDLETT, MARY-Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Psychology-Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4: Peppers 3, 4: Psi Chi 3, 4: Who's Who 3: Sfudenf Senafe 3- sec.: S.B.G. Confacf Commission 2: Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3-area rep., Freshman Camp 2, 3-Direcfor, 4: BLOCK- HOUSE 2, 3: Chi Omega I, 2, 3- pledge mofher, 4-vice pres. RANDOLPH, ROSEMARIE - Toledo. Ohio-ComTech-Refailing-Tau Rho Alpha 2-vice pres., 3-sec., Sigma lofa Chi I, 2. RASI, GEORGE-Toledo, Ohio- Engine- ering-Phvsics-Tau Befa Pi 4, 5: Physics Sociefy 2, 3, 4-pres.: Sigma Rau Tau 3, 4: Delia X 2: Ohio So- ciefy of Professional Engineers 3. REARDON, TIMOTHY-Sandusky, Ohio -Arfs and Sciences-Economics- Economics Club 3, 4. REDMOND, ROBERT-New Hyde Parlc. New York-Engineering-Civil-ASCE 3, 4: Buclgef Review Commiffee 4: Alpha Sigma Phi 2. 3, 4. REICHLIN, HELENE-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-Business-TSEA 3, 4: Col- legian Copy Sfaff 3: SUB 3-acfivifies, 4-social: Hillel 2: SBS 4-Confacf Commission: BLOCKHOUSE 4-senior Co-ed.: Greek Week Sec. 4: Alpha Omicron Pi I, 2, 3, 4-Sec. REISER, ARLENE-Kew Gardens Hills, New York-Educafion-Young Dem- ocrafs: TSEA: B'nai B'rifh: Secrefary of MacKinnon Hall. RESTIVO, SUZANNE-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-Elemenfary. REYNOLDS, FRED-Toledo. Ohio-En- gineering-Alpha Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4- Pres. RICE, ROGER G.-Independence, Ohio -Educafion-Business. RICHTER, BRIAN-Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Mafh-Delia X 2, 3, 42 Young Republicans 4: Band I, 2, 4. RIEGER, EUDOXIA-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucafion-Business-TSEA 2, 3. 4: New- man Club 2, 3: Accounfing Club 3, 4: lnfer-Nos I. 2, 3: Miss-el-effes 2, 3. RIKER, JEANETTE-Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Chemisfry. RINZLER, MARC-Passaic, New Jersey- Business-Markefing-Sigma Alpha Mu. ROACH, SUE-Toledo. Ohio-Educafion -Malh-TSEA I, 2. 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. I, 2: Alpha Omicron Pi I, 2, 3.4. ROBERTS, ELAINE-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucafion. ROBERTS, WAYNE-Temperance, Mich- igan - ComTech - Dafa Processing -Phi There Kappa 4-pres.: Joinf Acfivifies Commiffee. ROBINSON, GAY-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- cafion. ROBY, HARRY J.-Sylvania, Ohio- Business-Markefing-Sigma Alpha Ep- silon-Freshman and Varsify Traclc Team. ROGERS, JEFF-Toledo, Ohio-Business. ROGGE, TIMOTHY-Toledo, Ohio- Arls and Sciences-Inferdeparfmenfal -Honors Program I, 2, 3, 4: Befa Befa Befa I. 2, 3, 4: Phi Efa Sigma I: Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4. ROHR, NANCY-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- 'lion-Elemenfary-TSEA I, 2. 3. 4. ROMAN, ANDREW-Toledo, Ohio- Engineering-Elecrfical-Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROMSTADT, MARY C.-Sylvania, Ohio - ComTech - Refailing - Tau Rho Alpha-sec., 2-pres.: Sfudenf Aclivify Commilfee 2: Dean's Advisory Com- miffee I. ROSENBERG, SAMUEL L.-Schenecfady, New York-Arls and Sciences-Infen deparfmenfal-Orchesfra 4. ROSS, HELLEN-North Ridgeville, Ohio -Educafion-Mafh-Pi Mu Epsilon 2, 3. 4: Kappa Delia Pi 3, 4-sec.: TSEA I, 2, 3, 4: Infer-Nos I, 2, 3, 4: Delfa X 2, 3 ,4, ROSS, JOHN-Sf. Davids, Pennsylvania -Educafion-Hisfory-ROTC I, 2, 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4. ROTH MAN, HOWARD-Toledo, Ohio- Arfs and Sciences-Chemislry-Amen ican Chemical Sociefy 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4. ROWE, ELLEN-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- fion-Elemenfary. RUBIN, RICHARD-New Yorlc, New York-Business-Finance-SUB: SEG: Finance Club: BLOCKHOUSE: Sigma Alpha Mu 4-vice pres. SAMBERG, MARY-Toledo, Ohio-Ed- ucafion-Kdgn. Primary. SANBORN, JUDITH-Fairfax, Virginia- ComTech-Medical Office Assh- Hillel I: Young Republicans l. SANDERS, GERALD L.-Toledo, Ohio- Pharmacy-Alpha Zefa Omega I, 2. 3, 4. 5: U.J.L.F. 5: Alpha Epsilon Pi I, 2, 3. SARGENT, LARRY-Toledo. Ohio- Business. SAVITT, RICHARD-Toledo, Ohio- Business. SAWYER, GRETCHEN-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion - Elemenfary - TSEA: Chi Omega. SAWYER MARGARET-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-TSEA 3, 4. SCANLON, MICHAEL-Toledo. Ohio- Business - Adminisfrafion - Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3, 4: Varsify Club I, 2, 3.4: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4. SCHINASI, LEE D.-Englewood, New Jersey - Business - Transporfafion ROTC I. 2. 3. 4: Sigma Alpha Mu 2. 3, 4. SCHLEIN, ROBERT-Woodmere. New York-Arfs and Sciences-Polifical Sci- ence-U.J.C.F. 3, 4: Polifical Science Club 2. 3: Alpha Epsilon Pi. SCHLENDER, SANDRA-Toledo Ohio- Cori-:Tech-Sfenography. SCHORE, JOEL-New York, New York- Arfs and Sciences-Psychology-B'nai B'rifh I. 2, 3: Confacf Commission 2: Alpha Epsilon Pi I, 2, 3. 4. SCHREDER, DOUG-Toledo, Ohio-En- gineering. SCHWIND, LAWRENCE-Sylvania. Ohio -Pharmacy-Rho Chi, SEDIVI, FRANK-Toledo, Ohio-Engi- neering-Physics-Delfa X I: Sigma Rho Tau 3. 4: YWCA 3: U.T.E.C. 3. 4 -sec. freas.: Physics Club 2. 3, 4- vice pres.: Karafe Club 2. 3-sec. SEGALL. BONNIE-Hillside, New Jersey -Educafion-Elemenfary-B'nai B'rifh I, 2: TSEA I: Infer-Nos I. 2. 3, 4. SEGALL. STEWART-Cleveland. Ohio- Business-Personnel-A.U.S.A. 3: Scab- bard 81 Blade 3: Hillel I: ROTC I, 2, 3: Tau Kappa Epsilon 3: Foofball I: Wresfling I. 2, 3. SELGER. EILEEN-New Rochelle. New York - Educaiion - Elemenfary - Alpha Phi Gamma 4: Dorm Com- mission 2: Dowd Hall Presidenf 3: BLOCKHOUSE 3-fine arfs ed.: Homecoming Queen Aflendanf 4. SEVISON, LESTER-Toledo. Ohio-Bush ness-Adminisfrafion-S.A.M. 4. SHAPIRO, HOWARD-Brooklyn, New York-Arfs and Sciences-Psychology -Sigma Alpha Mu. SHAW, RONALD-Toledo, Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Biology-Phi Efa Sigma I: Befa Beia Befa I, 2. 3. 4: Alpha Epsilon Delia 2. 3, 4: Phi Kappa Phi 3. 4: Universiiy Chemical Sociefy I, 2, 3: Young Republicans I: Hillel 2: Alpha Epsilon Pi 3. 4. SHEELER, LEE ELLEN-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion-Spanish-Exchange Sfudenf fo Universidad de Puerfo Rico 3. SHEFFER, KARL L.-Fosforia, Ohio-En- gineering-Chemical-Tau Befa Pi I, 2. 3: A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3. 4: Publicafions Commission 2, 3: Exfernal Affairs Com- mission 4: I.F.C. 2, 3. 4: Sigma Phi Epsilon I. 2. 3. 4. SHEFTEL, BERT L.-Harfsdale, New 'York -Business--Accounfing-Sigma Alpha Mu. SIEBERT, GUY E,-Toledo. Ohio-Educa- fion-English-TSEA, newsleffer chrm. SILVERMAN, TINA-New Hyde Park. New York-Educafion-Elemenfary- Hillel I. SIMON, HENRY-Teaneck. New Jersey -Pharmacy-Sigma Alpha SINGER, KENNETH-New Mu. York, New York-Aris and Sciences-SocioIogy- Social Work Club 3: Inlramurals I. SINGLER, LUCINDA-Sandusky, Ohio- Com Tech-Refailing-Tau Rho Alpha I, 2, SINNER, LYNDA-Toledo, Ohio-Arls and Sciences-Sociology-TSEA I. 2: BLOCKHOUSE 2: Alpha Omicron Pi i, 2. 3. 4. A SITEK, RICHARD-Toledo, Ohio-En- gineering-Civil-A.S.C.E. SMITH. CHARLES-Toledo. Ohio-Busi- ness-Adminisfrafion-SUB 2: Inframu- rals I. 2. 3. 4. SMITH. DELORES-Toledo, Ohio-Edu- cafion-Social Sciences-TSEA I 7 Young Republicans I. 2: Thealre I. 2, 3. 4. SMITH, JAMES-Toledo, Ohio-Com- Tech-Refailing. Senior Index SMITH, STEPHEN-Rossford. Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Hisfory-ROTC I, 2. 3. 4. SPEISER, JOEL-Jenkiniown, Pennsyl- vania-Business-Markefing. SPENCER, MARK-Toledo, Ohio-Bush ness - Producfion Management - Accounfing Club 5: Indusfrial Manage- menf Club 5-sec. freas. SPERLING, STEPHEN-Mr. Vernon, New York - Business - Markefing - Sigma Alpha Mu. STEELE, TOM-Toledo. Ohio-Business -Markefing-Markefing Club 3. 4: Alpha Kappa Psi. STENBERG, PATRICIA-Toledo. Ohio- Educafion. STEPLER, WILLIAM-Salem. New Jersey -Business-Finance-Sigma Phi Epsi- lon. STEINECKER, SYLVIA-Toledo, Ohio- Educafion - Kindergarien Primary - Wornen's Rifle Team l, 2. 3, 4. STOIBER, KATHY-Toledo, Ohio-Educa- fion-Elemenfary-TSEA I, 2-pub.. 3 -freas., 4: Newman Club I, 2. 3: SUB I. 2-pub.. 3, 4-arfs: Alpha Chi Omega I, 2, 3. 4. STRAUSS, RONNIE-Plainview, New York - Educafion - Elemenlary - Dowd Hall Vice Pres.. TSEA. STREICHER. ANNE-Toledo. Ohio-Ed- ucafion-English-TSEA I, 2. 3. 4: Y,W,C.A. 2. 3: Senafe 3: Leadership Commission I, 2. 3: Alpha Chl OWWQ5 I, 2, 3, 4-pres. STUREK, KENNETH-Toledo, Ohio- Business-Markefing. SUNG, CHA HIA-Hong Kong-En- gineering-Chemical-A.l.Ch.E. SURACE, GLORIA-Rochesfer. New York-Arfs and Sciences-Inferdeparh menfal-Procfor 2: PFGS- Dowd Hall 2: BLOCKHOUSE 3-arf ed.: Della Delfa Delia I. 2. 3. 4. SUTER, PAMELA-Toledo. Ohio-Arfs and Sciences-Sociology-Collegian 22 Young Dernocrafs I: Alpha Chi Omega 3. 4. SWARTZ, 'MICHAEL R.-Perrysburg. Ohio - Engineering - lndusfrial - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, SWENEY, ROBERT B.-Marion, Ohio- Educafion-Mafh-Geo Science Soci- efy 4. SWIGART. THOMAS J.-Toledo. Ohio- ComTech. SZYCHOWSKI, CAROL-Toledo, Ohio -Educafion-Science and Mafh- SUB I: Band I, 2: Alpha Chi Omega 3, 4. 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Andrzeiczak, Zenon . Anello, Michael . . . Ankney, Luana L. Anspach, Susan ...... Anfhony. Donald ....... Anfkowiak, Edmund S. .. Arnold, Cynfhia Ann . Arfhur, Rodney .... Asen, Leo Mark .... Aubry, Marilyn Augusf, James Auslander, lan ...,. Ausfermiller, James .. . Axonovifz, Marcia .. Bachler, Jacquelyn ......... Backensfo, William ..... Bagamery, Bruce .. Bagdonas, Marilyn .. Bage, Jeff ....... Bairley, Frank Baker, Barry .... Baker, Lora ..... Michael Baker. Baker, Nancy Jane .. Baker, Rebecca ..... Ball, Mary Marlha .. Balyeaf, James . . . Banks, Viola .... Barber, Kafhleen .. Barber, Krislina .. . Barber, Richard . . . Barber, William Barefoor, Shari ..... Barkholl, Sandra ....... Barnes, Shellie Anne .... Barnharf, Raymond . . . Barr, James Barrow, Sandra Barfelheim, Jack ..... Barfelheim, James .... Barfh, Lufher ....... Barfolefr, Thomas . . . Barfon, Norman . . . Basich, Pafricia Bauer, Gary Ron .... Bauer, Nancy Ann .... Baum, James Baum, Nanci ..., . Bauman, Barbara . . . . Bauman, Donald .... Bauman, Shirley Bauska, Gunlis .. Beach, Judifh .. Beach, William Beaf, Roberf ....... Bechfel, Mary Ann Beck, Joan ........ Bedol, Sharon Lee .. Beer, Barbara ' ..... Bekoff, Barry ..... Belcik, Michael Belew, Jackson A. .. Bellis, Freda ..... Benach, Douglas .... Benda, Barbara . . . Bender, Barbara .. Benneff, Arlene . Benore, Diana .... Benore, Gary Benlon, Peggy . . . Berg, Donna .... Berg, Philip .... Berger, Bonnie . . . 213 ...254. 193, 198. 194. 68 162 HH212, 213. Ames, Keifh ......... .............. 170, 191, 198 Anderson, Pamela .... .............. ........2.3.2. 207, 236. 187, iiif 162, 210. 180, 182. 252. 173. 166. .'.'.' 'i'5a'. 2521 174, 183. . .I .2.i3. 193. .. f '55, 284 284 284 207 187 210 284 284 204 68 254 213 236 68 207 187 284 191 210 236 284 248 192 284 21 1 284 182 194 21 I 279 284 284 284 194 198 195 234 199. 284 182 246 194 236 252 256 236 215 284 241 187 284 263 246 284 258 244 244 213 284 284 246 .192 192 258 260 252 284 284 195 284 215 246 188 21 1 93 246 284 258 284 284 21 1 210 254 67 205 285 195 285 242 21 1 285 204 285 210 196 285 Sfudenf Index Bergman, Franklin .. Berkowifz, Marjorie . Berry, James ..... Berfke, Barbara . . Berlke, Beverly Berzin, Alan ...... Beuller, Thomas .... Bevingfon, Judifh .. Bierley, Thomas ..... Billmaier, Judilh .... Birnbaum, Goldie Ann Bishop, James Mike . Bissell, Richard Biffer, David ..... Black, Jeffrey Black, Vicki Blair, Gale Blake, Kafhleen . 67. Blank, John E. .. .. Blausey, Jacquelyn . Blifz, William ..... Block. Marilyn .... Bode, Pamela ...... Bokerman Be Andrea Bonassi, Raymond Bondy, Linda Lou .. Boosl, David ..... Boofh. Jack ........ Boraggina, Nicholas . Borgess, Carol Ann . Bork, James ....., Boszor, Roberla Boffles, Susan Jo . Box, Randy ..... Boxwell, Suzanne .. Boyd, James ....... Bradley, Charlene Braifhwaife. Ann .... Brandman, Gerald Brandf, Marlene .... Brandf, William Braun, Roberf .... Braun, William ..... Bray. William ....... Brenneman, Bonnie Jo Brenner, Ronald ..... Bricker, Sandra ..... Bridenbaugh, Judy .. Bridenbaugh, Susan . Bridgeman, James .. Breif, Michael ...... Brimacombe, James . Brisfol, Carol ..... Brifz, Barbara ....... Brockman, William Brookharl, Larry ..... Brookmyer, Edward D. Brooks, James R. Brower, Linda A. Brown, Alolson ..... Brown Bonnie Sue .. Brwon, Jean M. Brown, John A. .... . Brown Terrence L. Brown Thomas M. .. Browning, Cynfhia L. Bryanf, Carolyn ..... Buckholfz, Susan K. .. Buczek, Michael L. .. Budbill, Efhel ....... Bugerf, Marcia ....... Buresh, Sandra Louis Burkharf, Kafhleen L. Burneff. Richard .... Burns, Donald S. Burns, George L. Burns, Julianne T. Busse, Marilyn .... Bufler, Richard ..... Bufler, Thomas E. Buflerworlh, Jeffery : Cadaref, Keifh A. Calendine, Douglas A. Call, Charmian ..... Canter, Carole L. Canfy, Jon F. ..... . Capman, David R. .. Capozzi, Anfhony P. . Caralluzzo, Harry Cardella, Gail E. Carlson, Susan Ann . Carns, Roberf R. Carpenfer, Keifh . .. Carson, Barbara L. .. Carson, Mary Ann . Carson, Sarah L. 179 184,193, 215. 232 248 248 'isis 260 227, 261.1 224, 260 'iss 200. 187, 244. 167, 184, 232. 285. 219. 194, '.'. 261 205, 188, 263, ... . 2112.7 252. 67. 195, 246. 252. 181, 264 163, 168. 184 67. 193 197 1 285 285 285 285 270 190 203 256 285 285 215 196 285 285 260 240 207 285 285 210 279 262 256 215 170 242 285 187 .67 248 285 285 242 204 285 163 285 . 68 222 168 285 285 236 260 241 206 234 174 210 206 285 285 285 285 285 285 232 279 179 238 242 285 199 252 93 210 286 214 236 256 286 234 246 188 286 204 248. 286 191 .67 260 236 286 286 286 207 286 196 286 200 242 183 199 200 242 213 Carfer, Dennis ..... . Carver, Donald R. .. Case, Belly J. Case, Richard A. Casper, Lois Befh .... Cassidy, Drucilla L. Cassis. Patricia Mar .... Cavanaugh, Deborah L. Celedonia. Gilberf J. Champion, Ronald ..... Chapman, Barbara L. .... . Chapman, Chrisline M. Chapman, Donna E. Chapman, Janel ..... Cherry, Richard E. Chilcofe, Sharon ....... Chelebowski, B. Kalhy .... Chrnielowicz, John H. .. Chrisf, 1-lolene A. . . .. Chrisfoff, Chris S. . . . . Chu, Sung Hia ......... Cipolla, Chrisfine M. Clabaugh, Barbara Clair, Clark, Pamela L. .... .... . Befh Kay .......... Clarke, Elizabefh D. 163 Clemens, Kafherine Clinebell, William C. Cody, Carolyn ..... Coffell, Larry A. Cohen, Alan R. Cohen, Anira B. .. Cohen, Jeffery L. Cohen, Mark S. ..... . Cohen, Richard A. Cole, Donald ...... Cole, Jo Ann .... Collins, Gene C. Collins, Joseph .... Collins, Roberf S. Colony, Judifh ..... Comer, Nancy Jo .... Conn, Jeffrey R. . . .. Connell, Janef P. Connell, Shiela A. .. Connolly, Chrisfine .. Connors, Polly ...... Conroy, Chrisfopher .. Conly, Barbara A. .... . Cookson, Cafherine ...... Coombs, Consfance M. Cooper, Cooper, Janef Diane . Cooper, Mark J. .... . Cooper, William H. Copus, Karen Anne . Corbin, Charles Cornelius, John L. Coscarelli, Gloria J. Cosgrove, Kandise D. Cofner, Craig ........ Cofferman, Alela Sue Cousins, Josephine Coufurier, Ronald L. Fred .......... Cox, Arfhur C. ...... . Cox, Russell ........ Coyne, Judifh D. Craver, Mark T. . . .. Crawford, Larry ....,. Creque, Margaref A. Cribbs, Alan ......... Crim, Pefer J. ..... . Criqui, Vivian .... Crocker, Ronald Cronin, Russell Crols, Kenny F. .... . Crofly, James E. Cruz, David M. ..... . Cumberworfh, Charles .. Cunningham, Carol S. .. Cupp, Judifh ........ Czarnecki, Thomas .... Czy1ewski, Barbara J. Daney, James ........ Daniels, Diane E. Daniels, Douglas ..... Danks, William C. Danowilz, Charles David, Karen M. .. David, Mark M. . .. Davis, Belh Ann .. Davis, Edward L. Davis, Eve Joan Davis, Davis, Jay P. Jeffrey 221. . 'i'eb'. 68, 214. 165, 170, 215, 270 . 211 180 213 250 .'.'.' 'iii . . .i 22.7. 263 188. 196, 258 220. . . f 'isa' .. 261 180, 181 187 "ffff'si . . f 'ies' 173. 258 170 232, 97 67 286 236 215 168 240 207 236 286 248 234 242 286 204 286 286 286 256 258 188 215 246 213 234 263, . 286 242 188 286 97 195 21 1 232 232 196 238 286 286 67 286 234 204 286 215 246 248 286 236 246 213 240 286 242 286 286 175 238 260 21 1 248 260 210 286 204 286 205 175 204 205 207 194 189 246 203 196 67 196 192 206 210 175 193 234 286 215 67 236 232 263 232 215 67 262 286 286 Davis, Thomas A. . . . . . . 22l, 236 286 Davis. Timothy ,....... ,.,,,,., I 82 Dean, Kennefh C, Jr, , .,4,,,,.. 97 De-bili, Judilh Lynn ,, ,,,. 234, 286 Deca, James Anrhony ,,,,,, 205 Deckelman, Barbara A. .. ...,, 2I4 Decker, Gwen ....... ,,,,,, 2 86 Degnan, James E. .,.. ........ 2 86 Deixsler Richard J. .. ..., 236 286 Dekany, Craig G, .. ....,, 258 Delaney, Mary B. .... ....,..... 2 00 DeLeonardis, Dick , ., ..,,... 254, 287 Delikal, Nancy ...... ,, l67, 242, 287 Delono, Calhy .,..... .,........ 2 87 Demarreo, Elizabelh .. ,,, 2l4 Dembrowski, Michael F, ,, , , , , 97 Demski, Jeanne Marie ...., 234 Denman Michael Alan .,.... 205 Dennis, Barbara D. .... 200 246 Dennis, David Oscar . ,... 204, 205 Dennis, John W. ..... ....... 6 7 Denzer, Dennis Ray .... , l9O Derose, Richard K. .. l98 287 Desfefano, Neal ..... .... 2 87 Delhloil, Judilh A. 244 Diamond, Jeffrey . . ,,.,,, 232 Dierrick, Larry .,.. ,.,, 2 36 287 Dilcher, Marlha .... ..... 2 l3, 263 Dilday, Diane F. . .. ......... . . 287 Dinoler, Leslie Ann . 209, 2l0, 262 DiSalle, Barry L. .. ..... 205, 206 Dilfenhoeier, Al .. . .... . . 97 Dillman, Susan K. . . ...,, 244 Dixon, Pamela .... ...... 2 87 Dix-ar, Tollee ..... .... 2 l3, 287 Dornbrowski, Sue ..... ...... 2 87 Donnell, Karen Lee ....... . l90 Dorenbecher, John .. .... 258, 287 Dorlman Susan E. .. ...... 2l0 Dorrier, Cheryl A. .. ........ 246 Dow, Susan K. ....... .... 2 40, 287 Dowling, Palrick T. .... .. l93 Drake, Emma ...... .... 2 87 Drake, John C. .... ......... 2 50 Drake, Leroy ........ ...... ..... 2 3 6 Drake, Slephen G. .... . .. l9l, 236, 287 Drennan, Doyle ...... ......... 2 05 Drescher, David Lew .................... l83 Drescher, Nancy L. ..................... 240 Ducal, Sandra ....... l70, I79, 24l, 287 Ducey, Michael Wm. ................... 93 Duck, Charles P. .... 252, 287 Duda, John G. ...... 236, 288 Duda, Marianne F. .... I68, 263 Dugan, David B. .... ...... 2 54 Dunaway, Gerald K. .. ........ 250 Dundon, Susan .......... I97, 244 Dunwald, Herman R.. Jr ........... 67 Durbin, Judilh Ann ..... ............. 2 07 Duszinski, Calhleen . 68, l66, 204, 248 Duszinski, Diane ............ . 288 Durchess, Euqene .......... . 288 Dwyer, Mary H. .. .... 263 Dyer, Yvonne J. .. ...... 246 Dyer, Wendy P, .,.... 240, 288 Dykman, Joan ....... ...... 2 88 Dymarkowslci, Daniel .. .... l87 Dymarkowski, Nancy .. ...... 240 Eason, Rodney L. .,... 238, 288 Edmunds, James B. . . . 99, 288 Edwards, Claudia J. .. ..... . 68 Edwards, Ellen R. . . . . . . 2l4, 262 Eggerl. Jean ..... .... 2 88 Ehrel, Joan ........ 248 Ehrhardl, Cheryle ... 288 Ehrhardl, Judilh L. 288 Einhorn. Richard ..... 254 Eisenmann, John L. .. . ... 250 Eisner, Dean R. ..... .... 9 3 Eisenmann, John L. 250 Eisner, Dean R. ..... .... 9 3 Ekleberry, Donald .... I99 Eldridge, Roberl G. .. 288 Elesion, Deborah 288 Eller, Timorhy ..., ....... l 82 Ellioll, Callie ....... ........... 2 42 Elovsky, Calherine .... .. 2l l, 27l, 288 Elzey, Paul ......... .... 6 7, I99, 203 Emch, James L. .... ......... l 82 Emch, William L. ...... l82 Emerson Diane Helen ,. 244 Endsley, Susan ....... ............. 2 88 Engler, Mary K, .... .........,.... 2 44 English, Therese . . . . . . l62, I63, l66, l69 Eoil, Sandra K. . . . ............ . . 288 Epslein, Joel .... ........ 2 32, 288 Epslein, Laurie . . .... 2l0 Epslein, Lesler .... . . . 232 Erb, Douglas L. . . . . . .. 97 Ericson, Lynn M. .. Escoll, Thomas Al. . Espen, Frilz S. . . . . Eulberg, Roy W. .. Evers, Ann ..... Ewald, Keifh .... Ewing, Linda J. Ewing, Paul E. Failor, Gary ...... Falck, Richard L. .. Falkenberg. Sharon . Falor, Kalhleen Lynn Farano, Maryiane .. Farner, James Edwin Farrell, Susan ....... .. Feingold, Marvin H. Ferguson, Kalhryn .. Ferlic, Joyce Marie Feroldi, James ....... Ferrenburg, William Filby, George R. .. Findlay, Cynlhia L. Finkel, Judilh E. Fish, Dale Rorh ..... Fishbein, Lorraine .. Fisher, Diane ..... Fisher, John B. Fisher, Leslie T. Fisher, Richard J. Jr. Fiske, Philip H. Flack, Rober? ..... Flad, Margie ...... Flagg, lreaiha M. Flalh. Viclor D. Flis, Margarel ..... Floyd. Jean Marie Flynn, John ....... Foley, Leah T. . . . . Ford. Avearn ..... Ford, Gregg ....... Ford, Ramona Kay . Forganq, Mark A. ., Forguer, Thomas .... Fowler, Lewis ...... Francis, Linda Lee . Francis, Michael D. Frankel, Paul D. . . , . Frawley, Daniel S. i"'i'Lzi,' iiof 'sir 'i's'a', 4' 'ffiiif Lil Freels.James.... ....... Frey. Mark Sleven . Friddle, Lorana .... Fries, Sharon Alice ................. Frisbie, Susan ..... Fuchs, Theodore L. Funk. James Edwin . Fursl, Wendy M. .. Gaffney, Jeanerle . Gailliol, Joann .... Gaines, Marc l. Gale, Hope Rifa Gallagher, Michael Gallo, Carmello Gamiel, Randy .... Ganl, Herman E. .. Garcia. Alvaro Garling, Douglas Garrerl, Mary Jean Garrison, Roberl Gay, William ..... Gebell, Sluarl .. Geieke, Phylis ..... Geir, Paiile ....... Geilgey, Susan Lynn Gelber, Ellen ...... Genide, Farris .... Genlile, Roberl Gerber, Charles .. Gerber, Harold Gerlach, Susan .... Gernheuser, Kalhryn Gerson, Reynold Gess, Thomas ..... Geller, David ..... Giannerii, Joseph .. Giger, John ...... Giglia, Diane ..., Gilberl, Michael .. Gilberr, William .. em, Philip ...... Givin, Lvnn M. Glandorlf, Roberl .. Glanzman, Sally L. .. Gleason, James K. . Glendening, Billie .. Gluck Valerie ..... Gluckson, Harvey M. Goergan, Pafricia L. Gogan, Geflrude A. Goqel, Dffnl Waller iisif ' 'miisisf 'iiilif 203. 205. 263 I87 l7O I96 248 288 I80 l82 288 288 l93 2l5 2l5 I99 263 279 246 2l0 254 250 288 l98 20 254 288 I97 99 288 288 I82 . 67 2I4 288 260 l95 207 203 263 288 I69 240 l90 260 207 246 I99 254 278 250 l75 288 2l4 234 288 l98 262 288 288 l82 2l I 260 l98 232 67 288 l93 242 l78 279 232 297 240 2 I O 2l0 207 279 205 288 263 289 260 260 l62 235 289 240 289 254 258 289 289 246 I89 244 2l l 232 256 2 I 3 l89 Goldberg, Lawrence ..... . l82 Goldberg, Norlon .... 232, 289 Golding, James M. .... .. l9l Goldman, Alice R. .... .... 2 40 Goldsmiih, Robyn E. 2l5 Goldsiein, Jerry M. . . . .... . . 232 Goldsfein, Paul B. ..... .. I94 Golupski, Carol A. .... 246, 289 Goodleman, Lorraine l84, 234 Goodman, David L. .. ....... 232 Goodman, Deborah l66, 240 Goon, Timo+hy .,..... ...... 2 58 Gordon, Barbara L. . 2lG Golhelf, Sleven ..,... ....., 2 54 Gollesman, Phyllis E. 2l4, 220 Gould. Cafhie Lee .. ...... 2ll Govendo, Kennefh ..... .... l 96 Grabarczyk, Mary Ann ... I93 Grace, Thomas A. 289 Grady, Donald D. l87 Graham, Charles J. .. I94 Granecki. James H. . . . . I96 Granl, Roberl ...... ...... 2 89 Gray, Sarah Jane .. ........ I84 Green, Mary Lynn .... 256, 289 Greenberg, Marla J. 234 289 Greenberg, Marlene . .,... 289 Greene, Mary M. .. 256 Greiner, Chrislie . . . . . . 289 Gribbin. Parricia A. . .... .. Grieco, Ralph .... ...... 2 O5 Griilin, Charlene . 2l0, 289 Griffin, Paul H. .... ..,... 2 89 Grigsby, Richard . . . . . . 97, I99 Grill, Slephanie J. .. .... l75 Grimm, Sue Ellen 256 Gross, Douglas Allen l75 Gross, Guy G. ...... .... 6 7 Gross, Marcia l. 246 Gross, Susan M. ....... ........ 2 I5 Grossman, Charles M. .. .... I95 254 Grossman, Celesre A. ...... 263 Grove, Ray A. ...... ..... 2 89 Gruben, Paul H. .... . . . 254 Gruber, Carolyn J. .. . . . 289 Gryczewski, Marlene . I93 Grzelak, Karen Marie . . . 248 Gschwind. Diane .... . .. 289 Gueldenzoph, John J. I87 Guilinger, Joyce M. . 289 Guinsler, Roberl D. .. ........ 205 Gummow, Roberl' .. .......... 206 Gurecky, Sharon .... 68, l68, 234 Gusses, George ...... ..... 2 36, 289 Guzman, Heclor E. .. ........ l96 Haack, Roberl G. .. ..... 205 Haase, Ray ...... . .. 260 Haber, Jeffrey .... . . . 232 Haddad, Elias N. .. 289 Halke, Karen Ann 246 Hahn, Joy Sue ..... 2ll Hall, Daniel G. ..... 289 Hamillon, David C. . - . - W4 Hammer, Irwin J. .. ..... 289 Hane, Jean J. ...... .. I94 289 Hanes, Deborah K. .. ...... 242 Harley, Richard J. .. .. I94 289 Harlow, Deane T. .. ..... 250 Harms, Randolph R. . 260 Harp, Van Allen .... .... 9 7 Harpel, Sharon A. .. ..... 242 Harper, Cynfhia A. . ...... 2l3 Harris, Randolph .... 260, 289 Harris, Virginia ........ .......... 2 89 Harrison, Barbara A. . . . ......... . . 244 Harl, Deborah ....... . . . 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Celina Sinslwiy Sandra . 51, Robarf .... 3 256 2.6 19" 2. 193 2-115 213 21:14 254 254 165 24? 291 245 21 291 23' 291 291 29 242 2Q5 33 29 231 291 155 vi: 21 1 2-i 72.1 291 233 ,291 2:11 254 71.1 1-1 Lfj 291 .31 113 291 1--1 12 -9.43 6 93 29 192 2:5 29' 291 196 215 21 1 242 193 194 292 152 241 195 254 245 234 278 Kovacs, Bernadette .... . 246 Kovarik, Robert .... ........ 2 92 Kovesdy, Allen 233, 292 Kozak, Suzanne 68, 248 Kozbial, William ......... . 292 Kozey, Pam ....... 211, 292 Kozlowski, Kathleen 210 Kraiewski, Gerald . . 168, 258 Kramer, Peter .... . 67, 93 Krantz, Catherine . . ...... 207 Kraus Barbara Krauss, Denise .... Kress, Timothy .... Kreiger, Julius ..... 292 ies, 198 192, 194 252, 292 Krochmalny, Bernard ... ..... . 260 Krochmalny, John .... ..... 2 60 Krutchik, Marvin . . . . . . 292 Kuchcinski, Gary .. 182 Kuebler, Anthony . . Kuerten, Paula ..... . ..... .. Kugelman, Nathan . . ......... 193 .. . . 207 233, 292 Kuhl, John ....... .......... 2 36 Kuhl, Margaret .... 248, 292 Kuiawa, Kenneth ..... . 206 Kuiawa, Richard .... . 205 Kuiada, Frederick .... . .. 292 Kupchik, Allen ..... .......... 2 92 Kupka, Christine .... Kupper, Steven .... Kwiatliowski, Jerome Kynard, Geraldine . . . LaGrange, Carol .. Lahey, William Laiti, John ..... Lamb, James Lambdin, Jerry Lancaster, Lois Lanz, Kerry ..... LaPointe, Thomas .. Lapp, Alan ...... Larrow, Paul ,..... Laskiewicz, Richard Latham, Judith .... Lauman, Patrick Lautzenheiser, David Lavin, Donna .... . Lax, Lewis ...... Leahy, Sally .... Lease, Thomas .... Lederman, Susan Lee, Richard .... Lettlet. David ...., Lehman, Kenneth .. Lehsten, Judith .. Lemke, Rosemary .. Lentz. David ..... Lesh, Suzannw ..... Leslie, Bernard ...... Lesniewski, Benedict Letke, Frank ...... Levine, Michael Levinson, Dale Levinthal ,Jay Levitan, Joel ..... Levy, David ...... Lewansowslfi, Phil . Lewis, Charlene . . Lewis, Robert Ley, Richard Lick, Clittord .,.. Liebes, Leonard Ligibel, Theodore . Liqibel, William . . . Lindauer, Norman . Lindhuber, James .... .. Ling, Cheryl ...... . Lingel, Susan .... Lingvai, James Link, Mary ..... Linker, lrwin . Linsky, Alan Liver, Preston .. Lipner, Robin Little. Harriet .... Livingston, James .... .... 1 85, Lochner, Charles ,. Loew, Susan ..... Long, Arthur .. Long, David Loos, Jettrey .. Lorann, Sharon .. Lovett, Richard Lowry, James .... Lucas, Gail ..... Ludeman, Janis Ludlow, Steven Ludzki, Sam ..... Lumbattis, Sara Lunglow, Peter 292 233,292 292 292 245 292 292 292 236 292 191 182, 292 261 187 180, 292 234, 271 236 205 292 254 213 252,292 213 194 194 193,292 245 292 261 242 199 191 196 ...233 ...210 ....233 190,233 254 99 214,234 189 292 ...,292 173,175 193 193 233 250,292 292 214 67, 168 292 233,292 195 233 292 193 218,237 169,193 214 293 178 293 193 250,293 258 235 292 205 293 235,293 194,206 Luppens, James Lutz, Dale ...... Lydy, Robert .... Lytle, Linda ....... Maas, Mary J, .... . MacDonald, Cheryl Macieiewski, Richard Mackiewicz, James . Mactaggart, Marsha Magill, Michele Mahattey, Anne Maher, Dennis .... Maidlow, David Makowski, Marilyn . Malone, Kathleen .. Malone, Peter .... ..'.'2sis' 252 227 293 293 293 241 235 68 . 21.6 .fifii Maloney, Suzanne Maloney, Teresa 162, 204 162 293 196 293 242 235 293 258 166 193 205 246 247 Manders. Sharon .. ,,,,,, 245 Mantel, Steven .... ,,,, 1 90 Maranov David 254 Marenberg, Marsha ......,.. 263 Marenberg, Mark ... ........... . 190 Margy, Lorrie ..... ,,,, 1 62, 174 263 Markley, Thomas .. ........... 204 Markwood, James . . . . .. 167, 168 261 Marriott, James 293 Marshall, Barbara .. .... 248 Marshall, Susan ... , , ,, 293 Martin, Gloria .... ,,,, 2 35 Martin, Lawrence .. ,,,,,,, 258 Martin, Leslie ...., ,,,, 6 8 204 Martinek, James ..,,,,,, , 192 Martis, Kenneth ...,,.... . 178 Mason, Donna 210, 235 294 Massau, Wayne ,,,,,, 253, 294 Mastalcas, Carol ,,,, 247 294 Matthews, Marsha 207, 213 Matuszak, Monica . ,.,,, 247 Matuszak, Robert .. , ,, 259 294 Mau, Janice ....., ,,,,,,,,, 2 63 Mauntler, James .. ,,,,,,,,,,, 261 Maurer, Maureen .. ,, 193, 200 248 Mawer, William .... ............ 2 50 Mawhorter, Terry .... .,, 187, 198 294 Mcavoy, Marcia .. . ...,..... . 248 Mcavoy, Mary .... 248, 293 McBride, Nancy ...... . 213 McCann, Carla .... ,,,, 6 8 242 McClure, Thomas .. ..... 198 McCormick, Janice ... . .. 293 McCracken, Glenn . .......... 204 McDaniel, William .. ............ 205 Mcewan, Darryl .. 184, 225 250 Mc Graw, Donald .. . ......... 259 McGuire, Michael . ....... 259 McHenry, Cathay . .. .. 162, 173 Mclntosh, Douglas . ..... 174 Mclntosh, Sue ..... ..., 2 63 Mclntyre. Ann ........ ............... 6 8 McMillan, Michael .... ............... 1 89 McNamara, Daniel . 163, 173, 198, 206 McNamara, Michael .. .............. 293 MCQuade, Matthew ...... .... 1 98 McWilliams, John .. .... 205 Means, Joy ....... ..... 2 94 Mears, Linda .... 167, 242 Meelcler, Brian . . . .... . 294 Merker, Kathryn 247 Merritt, Cheryl .... . . , 241 Mesteller, Jean .... ..... 2 94 Metcalt, Jennifer .. 184, 235 Metcalt, Judith .... ...., 6 8 Metzger, Suzanne .. .... 294 Meyers, Gregory ..... ... 261 Michalkiewicz. Leona ... 294 Michalski, Donna 294 Michel, Gretchen .. . .. 256 Miele, Joseph ..... ,.. ........... . 170 Mielke, Christina ...................... 247 Mihalick, Richard ..... 162, 178, 187, 219, 294 Mikolas, Kenneth ...................... 205 Miller, James ...... 180, 194 198 Miller, Melvin . .. ......... . . 67 Mifler, Patricia .. ........ 294 Miner, Robert ......... . 194 Minkin. Dale ........... . 233 Mitchell, Lois .... .. 163, 168, 242 Mitchell, Rhoda . ........... 68 Mitchell, Robert ..... 206 Mlinac, Lawrence ,... . .. 188 Moan, James ...... 294 Moazed, Ali R. ...... 182 Mochko, Dale ........ .. 67 Mockensturm, Donald ... 192 Moellman, Barry ..... 294 Mohn, Judy ..... . .. 243 Molnar, Robert .... 97 Monday, Elaine .. 197 Moor, Christopher Moore, Alton ...... Moore, Claudia .... Moore, Jeri ....... Moran, Margaret .. Moran, Mary Lou .. Morea s, Robert .... Moreno, Marcia Mortord, Donald Morgan, Calvin .. Morga Mornin Morse, n, Jack gstar, Sue .. Sandra Morton, Kell Moser. Richard .... Mosesohn, Margie . Moska Mosko Moss, Moss, Mosse 1, Lawrence witz, 1-loward Rikki .,..... Roland ..... r, Regina .... Mrozinslci, Janice .. Mueller, John ...., Musch, Kenneth Mylek. Dennis ..... Mynderse, Nancy .. Nadle, Susan ...... Nagel, Jo Anne NGQY. Richard ..... Navarre, Rhonda Navarre, William .. Neary, Kathleen ... Neeb, Kathleen .. Neuhausel, Mary Nevius, David ..... Newbury, Constance Newm Newto Niekra Niekra an, Elaine n, Mary ..... ntz, Debra .. ntz, Judy .... Niggle, Mary Ellen . Niles, NirSCh Cynthia ..... 1, Judith Nissen, Norman Nocera, Raymond . Notzig Noggl er, Neil e, Dale .... Norko, Raymond Norman, James .... Norris, Raymond Norwood, Henry Noss. Jerold ,... Nowak, Sharon .. Null, Karin Obee, Timothy .... Oberle, Sandra ....... Ocallaghan, Martin Oconnell, William . O'Connor, Kathleen O'Konski, Virginia . . . Ollier. Gerald . . . . .. Olszanski, Charlene O'Neil, Jean ...... Oravecz, Jean ..... Orban, Patricia ,... O'Rourke, Danielle . O'Shea, Maureen .. Osterud, Dwight Ostrander, Sandra . Oswald, Barbara Otte, Kenneth Owens, William Otte, Kenneth ..... Ownes, William Pacitico, Barbara .. Pattrath, Charles Palka, David ..... Palmer, Gerald .. Palmer, Sandra .. Pnaett, Mary .... Pankratz, Eleanor Panning, Lou Ann .. Pantoia, Anthony .. Papentuss, Richard . Paris, Barbara .... Parker, Robert Parrett, Thomas .... Parrish, Larry .... Paryzelc, Annette Pasch, Thomas ..... Pasko, Frank ....... Passino, Brenda . . . . . . . . . Patsiner, Arthur .. Patti, Philip ..... Pattison, Pamela Pawlecki, Patrick Peach, Jerry ..... Pedee, William .... Pelwecki, Siegfried .. . 180. 233. .. 167, 184, 174, ..'.'2i,5f .f ii9f 2232 Aifiiilif 'iblzim' 294 194 213 247 245 245 294 193 294 294 99 210 256 205 294 215 198 294 294 199 210 245 207 191 192 235 210 256 253 235 259 247 263 166 188 294 213 213 294 294 241 248 248 294 198 294 205 278 294 294 204 261 193 189 205 247 294 250 188 175 261 294 245 295 168 247 248 165 243 213 206 207 206 207 295 259 227 192 235 249 295 210 259 188 295 67 198 295 204 261 225 256 295 196 215 261 175 187 295 Penamon, Kevin Penn, David . .... Pennypaclzer, Rifa ..... Perlman, Marla ....... Perlman, Philip ........ Peramuffer, Donald Perris, Terrv ......... Pessin. Richard .... Petler, Gary . . . Pefre, Franl: ...,... Pfefferle, Roberl Pflum, Janice ...... Philli s Kennefh p , . . . Phipps, Evelyn .... Phofos, Karen ..... Pierce. Conslance .. Piispanen, William Piolrowslui, Walfer .. Pippenger, Franchon Pirchner, Herman ..... Planf, John ....,. Plalf, Susan .... Plislcin, Roberf Plonfz, Suzanne Pofnebowslci, Marl: Poffer, John ....... Powder, Sfuarf Press, Lawrence .. Press, Marcy Pressler, Larry Prevosf, June Prichard, Jane .. Prisfash, John .. Pugh, Richard Puse, James Quienf, Joel ..... Rahlens, Andrew .. Rance, James .... Randellf, Mary Randolph, Rosemarie Rasi, George .... Rayman, Carol Reardon, Timofhy . Redfield, Dean Redmond, Roberf . Rehder, Thomas .. Reichlin, Helene .. Reiser, Arlene .. Rengel, Barbara .. Resniclc, Gerald .... Resfivo, Janef . . . Resfivo, Suzanne . Re nolds Fred . y . .. . Rezcallah, George Rhodden, Nancy Rhodes, Marcia .. Rice, Roger Rich, Pam ....... Richards, David .... Riddle, Randolph Rideouf, Louise .. Rieger, Eudoxia Rier, Suzanne .... Rielzlce, William Rinzler, Marc .... Ripple, Judifh Roach, Susan .... . Robalcowslci, Mary . Robarge. Michael .... Roberfs. Elaine ..... Roberfs. John Roberfs, Wayne .. Robinson Ga . ry .... Robinson, Gaynell .... Robson, David ..... Roby, Harry ..... Roe, Duane .. Roeclc, John .. Rogers, Jeff Rogers. Marsha . .. Rogers, Randall .... ..... Rogge, Timofhy .... Ro olslc Janel g y, .... Rohr, Jean ...... Rohr, Nancy ........ Rohr, Thomas ........, Rohrbacher, Timofh Roland, Dennis Roman, Andrew .. Romsfadf, Mary .. Rose, Janef ..... Rose, Susan ...... Rosebroclc, Joyce . Rosen, Lynefle Rosenberg, Helene Rosenberg, Michael Rosenberg, Samuel Rosendale, Roberf Ross, Deborah .... Y I68, I88, 200. I70, I78, I99 QQI'iifif'iii6f"" I79 .. 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Sommers, Sondra L Soncranf, Daniel M. Sonnenberg, Linda L. .. Soffeln, Joseph .,.... Sowinslli, Annelie M. .. Spangler, Diane M. Specfor. Marfin A Speiser, Joel E. Spencer, Gerald T. ,. Spencer, Mark E, .. Sperling, Sfephen Spinlcs, Thomas F. .. Spiros. Michael .... Spizman, Alan V. . .. Sponsler, James E. Springer, Slephen Sprow, Thomas R. .... . Sredniclc, Richard A. .. Slacy, Linda Sue .... Sfacy, Roberf . .... Sfhla, Tamara J. Slaskiewicz, Caroly Slauber, June C. Sfavish, Alexander . SI. Clair, Penny R. Sfewarf, Jean M. Sfewarf, Sandra F. Sfieneclcer, Sylvia .. Sfiff, Philip C. Sfoiber, Kafhryn Sfone, Bonnie M. .... Sfoffer, Ronald F. .... . Sfower, Kalherine A. .. Sfraub, John ........ Sfrauss. Ronnie B. Sfreef, Ellen J. Sfreicher, Anne .... Sfreicher, Kafhleen Sfroh, Dean E. Sfrugalslci, Loraine . Sfuarf, Marcia Rae Sfruelr, Kennelh M. . Sfufler, Linda Lee .. Sfufz, Slephen H. .. Sudbury, Dennis D. .. Suder, Susan ...... Sun, Pefer ...... Surace, Hloria Surrarf, Sfanley .... 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Hannahs, Direcior ofS1'uden1' U ,. .33 'Sri 53.1 r L i yi: wi-kk' Xe! Henry J. Taylor, Purchasing Aqenf M. R. McPhail, Bursar A I ,514 . Donald S. Parks, Dean of S+uden+S .W w Kaihryn M. Kirschner. Dean of Women 'NJ Q-:vi Dr Ernesf W Gray Dnrecfor of Honors Program Dr Wnlllam H Leclne Dean of Graduafe School g ' 1 . N- a A 'f, , r ,..- , x qfj- I ' X x ' mm Rc. ,fi -f Arfhur H. Black, Dean of Men fa- X u Ycfrf l I ,ir 'ffff i i.. A Edward O. Lineberger. Dire-clor ol Housing Thomas H. Durnford, Publications Manager ,- 5 2 i ' Clark H. Reber. Financial Aid ,six Roberf A. Dillon, Direclor of Aclmiriisfrafive Services f A Sfgk x Cornelius Aclcenman, Direclor ol Physical Plan? fx ff, h .,,..x ,,J ,.., Jerry L. Morrow, Direcfor of Universify Relafions ' f'P"A'N mu fdihk Rober? L. Leemasfer, Diredror of Sfudenf Placernenf 511' Yin -rf Edward C. Schmakel, Direcfor of Alumni Relafions 'err ' I'-lx Daniel C. Seemann, Director of Sfudeni AcHvi+ies Ifi ci' Alina F. Markowski, Regisfrar Dr. Richard R. Perry, Direcfor of Admissions and Records. 11 r 1 .. N -, Dr. Noel Leafhers. Aciing Dean College of Arts and Sciences The College of Aris and Sciences is approach- ing Hs sixrielh year of coniinuous, aufonomous exislence wilhin 'rhe universiiy. Siarling wilh a full-'rime facully of 'five in I909. Hs ranks have swelled +0 over 250 al' lhe presem' lime. The conlinuing growlh and developmenl' of The college in more recenl years is rellecled in 'rhe expansion and enrichmenf of iis programs. Siudenis from all colleges come in conlacl wilh lhe college's faculfy. since arls and sciences programs overlap info many olrher fields. Nolable recenl' growfh is reflecled in 'rhe esiablishmem' of 'fhe Honors Program, a program in lniegraled Liberal Educalion. and Jrhe inlroduclion of maiors in such fields as geology, geography, and 'rhe classics. ln addi- Hon, graduaie programs are being expanded on The docloral level in biology. chemislry, hisfory, maih, physics, psychology, and Eng- lish. r ,. 4 7 - -, 9 Dr. J. Carroll Moody, Assisfanl Dean gig., .4 Dr. Herberi' Schering, Assislanf fo 'rhe Dean 'S l si' Q. l .I 1 'Jw X Assoc. Dean Alfred Fosler gf? Nsoc. Dean Charles W. Hagelman lf if 'fc - Assoc. Dean Sidney J. Kaplan l Department Chairmen r . 'Ir' .1 a iff" Y . A K "J Dr. Julian Wohl, Psychology Mary M. Gillham, Library Science 09' - fnwff M23-' N-ff:-rf - f . :' ,' '- 1 - 1:-" wif -.:. '?-'F ri 1 - lr: ,M ' -- "f'j"g1x. -' -fy, -- C.: --TH : 'V ff -, V sage .: . e -fe: -- - e ' 51 X -'11 F..- i H - A'- .N - ' 4:1 W 'ir af' v -fr-E ' ll- ,iglffz ' HS- QTEQ i' an px - -ff-'f-k..f H'--' 4 M, ,rn .. ,. .1 v -d - - - - ,Y , x R Q i, -'Pg A - asm ' F - : y- ,Ax ,. .' . 'lf' " Q ,- 4?-... .1 ' .- '1 ..- ., . "' f---- . Y A . T '.j,:iyQgfg5 -ag -A . X :...1.....,,. . , T 3 a- .....,. , ,QQ ru-a -If hw:3fY-'Q Sffm ufrk-:ofa ' A . .- 2 ---1 N -. . K--' - ,".,' ein Qi-F Agp Q 1" K E- Emi. .. Dr. Byron Emery, Geography Dr. Bernard Coyne, Theafer and Speech Q gvnuuxxv.--,.v ..,. A 1,.n.1u...u.'. l ?f' ' -...4- in Q - iklf ----' im..,.,.ai' 5' Dr. Jack G. Kay, Chemisfry Dr. Anfhony Sfampolis, Economics Dr. Frank M. Lewis, Polilical Science .1 ,s WP r 5 P-, lklrezei Dr. Roberf F. Jackson, Malhemafics T' I 33 If ,fa Dr. William A. Kneller, Geology Michael Manheim, English John Turin, Physics Maimon Nasafir, Bioioqy Frank M. Lewis. Poli+ical Science Ji! Jb, Dr. Melvin Wren, Hisfory :- lyk' i KV - 5' ' a2"' S .fl 332' fi, N Neil M. Palmer, Sociology - ...4 aa 'film llll Ke Eid sr, Dr. Ernesl Dewey, Philosophy Arihur Winsor, Music 'X-2 f .J-:Qli 'fgf M. Q N ,Q ww i, ,,,.N N g -a ., '5 1. igfa John L. Mason, Dean College of Business Administration The college of Business Adminisiraiion. 'Found- ed in l93I, offers fo 'rhe siudenl' educaiional programs which prepare him for successful careers in all phases of business aciiviiy. H also encourages every siudeni lo enioy a fuller, richer, and more saiisfying life, boih as an individual and as a responsible ciiizen of his communily and counlry. These goals are achieved by providing under- graduale siudenis wi'l'h a broad 'foundaiion in Jrhe liberal aris and science, as well as a basic background in 'rhe various fields of business adminisiralion and an opporlunily 'For deiailed learning in one field of inieresi of iheir choice. ...- Amy Morrison. Assisianl lo lhe Dean il 'M l t w'NE1 Dr. John L. Mason, Shafistics Uv. Mary L. Canfield, Secrefarial Sfudies Dr. James A. Brunner. Markefing Dr. Huber? H. Frisinger, Finance Howard L. Ness, Accourdlnq H Y I -Q . NK is 'Gi Txnlss. I K, ,Vs X . X y x X 'Q L x Dr. George M. Taoka, Infernafional Business Business Logisfks College of Education The College of Educalion serves 'rhe funclion of educaling personnel for 'rhe public schools so Jrhal lhey may develop in young people Those slcills necessary 'For preservalion and exlension of lhe demo- cralic way of life. The sludenl in 'lhe College of Educalion receives a liberal educalion as well as a concenlraled sludy in his chosen field. The college seelcs lo prepare prospeclive leachers and educalional specialisls wilh a commilmenl ol 'free public educalion, and underslanding of lhe fundamenlal problems of educalion, and an almilude conducive 'ro conlinued inlelleclual and professional growlh. ln addilion, The col- lege provides many research, counseling and service proiecls for lhe educalional communily. l K . I i Q s S Dr. William Franzen, Assislanl Dean ' 'ssl ll ace? Dr. Kennelh C. DeGood, Associale Dean ', V' -x if , N P 3 I X' 'Ni io' -inf Dr. George E. Diclrson, Dean Dr. Richard H. Davis, Assisfanl Dean 44 i o-if 111' .Q L L frm LJ. '. . Wynn Updilxe, Physical Educa+ion Roberl' Buell, Curriculum and Teaching Homer Salley, Audiovisual 5...-Q David Tavel, Foundallons of Ed ucaiion I. y-:fa-7.r .legs-vw"-1'-et: 'yzss:wfnagf'v-w1f!'n:v warms:-f. fz'-fum-:am-'f'L' xf151gfw"f"'g 1' -. wf:E7'7:2,??ffff ff?nw, rv' ' 51531, if if'1gv43fivag1'2'5.i A EQ QLQTA f .'f 'M -- ' -2- '-2-" 'w .5-X77 'l-'xE'Y"1w1f5Q.T"K:.,' 'f:vw'9w2"-., " v ,f'lA:f.53v'4,5"f:'1 yy. , K , ' F I !,'. 1a:' '-ff J A KL. Az' p,L . 'NVQ' .gfnJ'4i.f. " " ' "L':' J 1-Q" f:".2' AQ" ' Q"I4flf':14 25? . , ' A ' 440, , 115:11 1' 1. , K . .xkii t f Q f ' 4 3 W,1 :F 1 I Yfflil I . mr if ' r 4 I 1 1 1 l 3 4 I T v P. l Z College of , - if , . I ,ixf 4. ,qu ' Engineering X T ii A y 'Q' l The programs offered by fhe College of Engi- il ' ' neering are planned fo prepare sludenfs lo . fif info presenl' day indusfrial and communify life, This is accomplished by offering curricula i' A which are sfrong in fundamenfals, yei lead fo specializafion in fhe iunior and senior years, . . . . Edward B.Garrison,Assisfanf Dean and mainfain a balance among humanishc- social subiecfs, fhe physical sciences, and pro- fessional engineering courses. Over 6070 of fhe work is common 'lo all cur- ricula. The remainder depends on fhe curricula selecfed by fhe sfudenf, and permifs specializa- lion in fhe fields of Chemical, Civil, Elecirical, lndusfrial, and Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Physics. The sfudenl' may lhere- fore develop along his line of maior inferesf. The imporfance of graduale sfudy is sfeadily increasing. Over 201, of lhe sludenfs now enrolled are in graduafe school. Of 'lhis group 52 are sfudying for fhe doclorafe in Engineer- ing Science. OH'o Zmeslral, Dean Ernesf W. Weaver, Jr., Associafe Dean i l l l 'wx -0- T1 Clyde W. Balch, Chemical Engineering ni'-',,,, .1 Dr. William R. Miller, Mechanical Engineering 4.f""""J Q' 'S' Milion A. Neffer, indusirial Engineering Opfion Q, .. . 1. ,gm x Edwin L. Saxer, Civil Engineering George E. Panlcrah, Engineering Graphics .1 1, - 1 .Y 'll . N - .1 Y x .Ae 91 --'uf i'..LJ ,gr Dr. William O. Muclrenlwirn, Eeclrical Engineering College of Law The College of Law was organized in l906 and became a degree granling college in l909. The College of Law has been fully accrediled and is a member of The League of Ohio Law Schools and 'rhe Associalion of American Law Schools. Since Seplember of I963 when lhe college acceplecl ils lirsl full-lime day class, il has been a mulliple division law school, offering bolh a lull-lime and parl-lime sludy. The same basic curriculum, offered by one iacully, serves bolh divisions. ln lhe fall of I967 Jrhe lolal enrollmenl of lhe College of Law was 342. The Universi+y's capilal conslruclion proiecls for lhe immediale fulure include a new law cenler. Furlher increase in sludenl enrollmenl and facully is proiecled uponilhe complelion ol lhis new facilify. 1 -... Q 1..'-if 6 3 im un!H!"' ni., fvln fi ..n. , Dean Karl Kraslin lllll HHH! sfffai-naw. ii" LIT as 'ELI Vincenl Meyer Nalhan Ass slanl Dean Dr. Joseph Judis, Dean College of Pharmacy The College of Pharmacy was founded in l904 and has considered ils primary mis- sion fhrough 'rhe years as educalion of phar- macisls for communily praclice. The basic curriculum ol 'rhe college has rellecled lhe nafional changes in Pharmaceufical educa- lion and in l96O, moved +0 a live year pro- gram as did all lhe colleges of pharmacy in 'rhis counlry. While The emphasis of 'lhe educalional program has been lhe dispens- ing of prescriplions, graduafes are pre- pared lor praclice in hospilals, medical service represenlalion, research and pro- cluclion in Jrhe pharmaceulical manulacfur- ing induslry and graduale educalion. Plans for lhe near fulure in lhe College of Pharmacy include conslruclidn ol new lab- oralories in Universily l-lall and lhe inilia- lion of a Masler's program. E. ' g V. X. X was-+'Qx'ss NNY' x mg .' J 1 , ' "wr-::.Q"i -'2.'1S"fx'f U' A WV' 'Y X- . 4 s- .- ,.-: re. --'X - : N -as-XM A, -. X xp.-. , Xe-ix X . X. qyp- . X ,,-X, -'-is--:v,..,.4 A-gee -' f' -' we - 5. - s .5 y -N N,..,., -v- ,. - - s - -'ra 5-sw x ' X - .. : kzxsiffije K . , . Dr. Roberf J. Sclmlembach, Pharmacology Community and Technical College The Communily and Technical College lCom- Techl is lhe iaslesl growing college in 'lhe Universiiy. Comlech assisis ils sludenls in be- coming qualified for employmenr in such lech- nical occupalions as drafling, lalooralory assisiani work, research aid work, and oihers. Equally imporianl, Jrhe college assis'I's i'rs slu- denls in becoming educaled men and women. In ihe fall of i968 ComTech expecis io open classes a+ Scoll Parlc. lnilial conslruclion of ihe buildings picrured will cosi more Than seven million dollars. A long-range campus plan for Scolrl Park has been prepared To meel' ihe needs of lhe college In lhe years ahead, looking io an enrollmenl' of aboul l0,000 in l975. Dr. Newfon C. Rochfe, Dean B Roger J. Wilson, Assislanl' Dean Charles J. Kinnison, Assislanf Dean wg, 4 1 M 50 5 i Ml.. Carl A. Collins, Assislanl Dean vcr" 0 e Maintenance and Security David M, Pawliqkil Superinfendenf of Mainfe,-,ance Edward C. Wisniewsli, Superin+enden+ of Opera+ions 553, Of YLJ7 X , S 1:1 John T- MYIBIK- Cllsfodial SUPQVVISOV Cornelius C. Ackerman, Direcfor of Physical Plan? P-A-x Leo E. Surprise, Chief of Police I u X I ' Afhlefic Adminisfranon. 1 ' ' ' ' u U n I I - I I , - o ' l I 9 in , 0 Q I . IM!! , . , , 'I l . U l . . niglilx 5.-',:, w'g1'," ' Hula-fs 5.'2:-.-- 'N .-Sf . P' Q iff: 4 'xu'!1:'u3'I" ' p .'1 HP: 5 Y ', ,ul 4 I I w e -1 . - ' I ','f Hn I . 4 I . . I A A Q A 'Q 8 - iff. Q! 4 .3 , 1, A , -'v 9 . I . 'E I Q Br 4 Y Q" .. ,B J ' I XJ, V. -Q , 1 lg - ' :g- W. '- 7- .v I ,-,-. K Frank X. Lauferbur, Dlrecfor of lniercollegiafe Aihleiics and Head Foofball Coach x.. I X Vernon M. Smiih, Assisfanf Direcfor of Infercollegiaie Afhlefics Max E. Gerber, Dire-cfor of Public Rela+ions On July 10, 1967 The University of Toledo Became a Sfafe University The TuTure as always uncerTaing The pasT success- Tully well behind iT, The UniversiTy OT Toledo eagerly and wiTh greaT expecTaTion Takes iTs TirsT gianT sTep Torward inTo The realm OT sTaTe sup- porTed educaTion. As conTrol is Tormally handed over To The Board OT RegenTs, perhaps a biT relucTanTly, a biT hesi- TanTly. a vision OT The pasT and a glimpse inTo whaT could be an unlimiTecl TuTure, Tlash inTo The mind. ln a world OT consTanT change. one in which ideolo- gies. concepTs and philosophies are undergoing change and Talcing on a new perspecTive, educa- Tion musT emerge as a dynamic, growing, enTiTy expanding and developing wiTh Time, always loolc- ing one sTep ahead inTo The TuTure. In The pasT, as a municipal universiTy, The Univer- siTy OT Toledo was an eTTicienT, capable, insTiTu- Tion, adeguaTely meeTing The needs OT The com- muniTy iT served. WiTh a comTorTable sTudenT- Teacher raTiO and a well-rounded TaculTy, The UniversiTy boasTed a varied curriculum second in gualiTy To no oTher insTiTuTion OT The same size and naTure. GraduaTes OT The UniversiTy enTered all phases OT liTe as compeTenT, well-rounded individuals. For The l.lniversiTy To remain sTagnanT, however, conTenT wiTh The presenT, is To deTeaT The very purpose Tor which iT was Tounded. For any edu- caTiOnal sysTem, growTh is a necessary TacTor Tor iTs exisTence and producTive conTinuiTy. The ad- minisTraTion and The communiTy soon realized The shorTcomings OT The UniversiTy as The Torces sur- rounding iT became more acTive Than The growTh raTe OT The UniversiTy. As The populaTiOn OT The ciTy increased and The imporTance OT a college educaTion became more evidenT, The applicaTions Tor admission doubled, and The UniversiTy was no longer able To conTinue wiTh iTs previous TormaT. Planning commiTTees were acTivaTed, land ac- guired, and The TuTure OT The UniversiTy OT Toledo slowly and deliberaTely planned. The TuTure was To include noT only physical expansion and growTh, buT was To encompass a concepT OT educaTion noT yeT encounTered aT The UniversiTy, ThaT OT a sTaTe supporTed insTiTuTion. OperaTing a universiTy is a Tinancial underTalcing OT a large magniTude. Many Times The success or Tailure OT an insTiTuTion is dependenT upon The supporT iT receives. WiTh ambiTious plans soon due To be puT inTo eTTecT, iT was necessary To obTain Tinancial aid Trom The only insTiTuTion capa- ble OT supplying The necessary amounTs. IT is Tor This reason ThaT The UniversiTy OT Toledo will be able To adeguaTely handle any expansion plans, and in doing so, provide The communiTy wiTh The Type OT educaTion necessary To TulTill The needs OT iTs sTudenTs. The biggesT advanTage, OT course. is The Tinancial aid now available To The Universi- Ty. ReimbursemenT Trom The sTaTe on a per-sTu- denT basis will provide The UniversiTy wiTh ade- guaTe Tunds To conTinue wiTh iTs necessary plan- ning and expansion. WiTh The TuTure now more clearly deTined, and The means available To aTTain ThaT TuTure, The UniversiTy OT Toledo can become an even more eTTecTive educaTional insTiTuTion, expanding and developing wiTh Time, always loolcing one sTep ahead inTo The TuTure. 9:r1w?w' ""E'fE-47:-?:4.,'l ' ' 'ff-fg2?.'.Q-1:15 ff 4 1- 5. I ' I l'1, 5 frm-1 gs Row I: J. Hoffricb, L. Fraik, N. Comer. L. Friddle, J. Feafhersfonel P. Robison. Row 2: T. Panfoia, R. McCraney. WT Q Sh? 9 I 0 , 4 A f A f--+- , "' Q1. '1 ' l ' , 1- A -, , '- , .M.,:. "" v.,..1-.., :" 5-3' ,K I ' A r.-,gtxrsi H' .Q ' ' ,x.. W . ,. 'nt if . - 1' H9 , gi ,-QA V J, ki. -A X G ... 1 in . .N , 4 ,...., rx ' , vvwlpr- 441,-Q ,.v ., ,sf A. W Z If N 58 JIQ7 ' 51 M.A.C. Champions 'z ' ::."i.:.w, H kv. 4 " Sf -Q ....x,..,, 'il' 5112 - 3' fl 1 X W' N-N X v 'SX i N, IQ X X 'Q X Q ! 3:11 1- .- 11.19 f x x x 5 4 A Q , .x x QL X Ng NI- '?,A'1"55? l 51 ' - . f., f' ' ,g i?'f,b"' '5 , ?f::,,1Q , . A A ' '11 ' 19- .. 5 , ,Q fm , xg U . 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Yassenchak, J. Tyler, E. Davis, R. TrauTman. Row 6: M. Hughes, M. Eelcik, J. Lenguai. D. Penn. 5. Jores. J. Rance, K. CroTs, N. Borregina. Row 7: J. Dennis, D. Carver. H. Grant D. Seymour. H. Dunwald. R. Parker, RGOZZO. The Homecoming game broughT The big, Tough Flashes oT KenT STaTe To Toledo. Over l6,000 chilly Tans came To waTch The high-Tlying RockeTs do baTTle ThaT laTe OcTober aTTernoon. KenT STaTe came To play and lead IO-7 aT The halT. AT The sTarT oT The second halT KenT conTinued iTs Tine play and added a Tield goal Tor a I3-7 lead. The RockeTs were having a Tough Time moving The ball. A Tumbled cenTer on a KenT Tield goal aTTempT wiTh Two minuTes leTT in The game was The RockeTs TirsT break oT The aTTernoon. IT was all They needed. The RockeTs goT The ball on Their own 40 yard line. Now was The Time To prove They were a championship Team. John Schneider Threw Two passes, one To Denny Tobias and one To Roland Moss. The ball was on The KenT 25 yard line wiTh one minuTe and ThirTyfeighT seconds To go and Schneider dropped back and Threw a bomb To Moss who caughT iT running inTo The end zone Tor a Touchdown. Then Sophomore Ken CroTs came in and calmly kicked The exTra poinT Tor a l4-I3 T.U. vicTory. NexT came The game oT The year. The one The Team had worked so hard Tor: The TiTle game againsT Miami aT OxTord. Ohio. The TirsT halT was hard ToughT and The RockeTs were able To manage a 7s7 Tie aT The halT. ln The Third period a 23 yard Tield goal by CroT7 made iT IO-7. Early in The TourTh guarTer anoTher Touchdown made iT I7-7. BUT The game was Tar Trom over as Miami came back and scored, making iT I7-l4. WiTh Miami Trying To score in The Tinal minuTes, deTensive halTback John Flynn inTercepTed a pass and ran iT back To The Miami 5 yard line. From There Roland Moss scored on ToorTh down Tor a 24-I4 vicTory. lT was Toledo's TirsT MAC TooTball championship. ATTer accomplishing The primary obiecTive oT The season, The MAC crown. all ThaT was leTT in The nonconTerence games was To mainTain pride. The nexT opponenT To Tall To T.U. was ur:sTarT NorThern Illinois in The Glass Bowl 35-O. Here again The RockeTs showed The Tirepower everyone had grown accusTomed To. The Tollowing week highly-TouTed DayTon came To Toledo To seTTle The myThical sTaTe collegiaTe TiTle. The RockeTs seTTled The issue decisively 2I-7. The Tinal game oT The season was on Thanksgiving morning. More Than l-4,000 Tans came To pay TribuTe To a greaT Team. Villanova had The misTorTune oT being The RockeT opposiTion. WiTh a Tlickering hope oT a bowl bid and The desire To show The people and press back EasT who The RockeTs were, They unleashed an assaulT which leTT Villanova compleTely deTense- less. The WildcaTs never knew whaT hiT Them as Schneider seT all4Time ToTal rushing records Tor a career and single season in This game. The Tinal score was 52,6 and only Through The compassion oT a greaT coach, Frank LauTerbur, was The score held down To 52 poinTs. The RockeTs concluded The season wiTh a 9-I record, The TinesT in'The hisTory oT The school. They esTablished new records Tor The mosT vicTories in a season and mosT consecuTive vicTories. Coach l.auTerbur was named Coach oT The Year in The Mid- American ConTerence and also in The sTaTe oT Ohio. John Schneider was named oTTensive player oT The year. ln The all- league selecTion IO RockeTs were named ouT oT a possible 22 posiTions To The TirsT Team. John Schneider Tinished TourTh in The naTion in ToTal oTTense wiTh 2Ol2 yards. He was also named To play in The BlueAOray and Senior Bowl -classics. l'TalTback Roland Moss Tinished second in The naTion in scoring wiTh 96 poinTs. seTTing a school record. Place kicker Ken CioTs seT a NCAA record Tor mosT consecuTive evTra poinTs kicked by scoring 35 wiThouT a miss during The season. The Team esTablished new records Tor ToTal yards gained in a season. yards gained passing, and deTensively allowing The TewesT yards rushing. Indeed all These records and honors were The deserving reward To a greaT Team ThaT made The UniversiTy oT Toledo exTremely proud. To. The Team and coaches we say THANK YOU. JL if-ef. gf. sc -sq-ali .1 4 I Y A X XXL K l .-Q lA'...g1f, gh 1- ' -. I V, V' vm? Ag., 'XJ T Yi' '-523. i-fi T ah ug: 34. :N V f.-' T 1 4' 5.1, T ,,,, T j .. s hfffi ' 4 49 re n- , , -ix 2' K -1-1 Phi l -vi, V 3: i T' in l. ' A- f The I967-68 ediTion of The Rock-eTs forms a UT in The Field House. Forming The U Hop IefT To Top righfl are: JaneT Haynes, PaT Siefke, Sherrie Albrighf. Susan Yoe, Judy Ripple. Lynne Schaeffer, Elaine RoberTs, Kafhy Duszynski. Sue Kozak, Susan Farrell, Ann Mclnfyre, Sharon Gureclcy, Cheryl MacDonald, Becky Wachfer, Hope Kessler, Claudie Edwards, Donna Chapman, and Diane Benore. Forming The T Hop, leff To righTl are: Ramona Ford, Ann BraiThwaiTe, Leslie Marfin, Barbara Allen, Janis Kay, Judy Mefcalf and Eefh Essex: plus lTop To boHoml Pamela Tillman, PaT Albrecht Rhoda Mifchell, Carla McCann and RuTh Thomas. The Dancing Rock-efs For The sevenTh successive season The Dancing Rock-eTs pracTiced Three lunch hours each week Trom OcTober To March To provide unique enTerTainmenT for Universify of Toledo baslcefball crowds in The Field l-louse and for counfless Thousands via Television. ln ad- difion The girls prepared a May performance which included in- dividual TalenT numbers and illusTraTed again why The Roclc-eT goals .. To be parT of a successful organizafion, To achieve poise and ' confidence Through public perTormance, and To conTribuTe some- Thing personal To The UniversiTy are such a powerful moTiva- Tion for The group. As always, selecTion of The 3I Roclc-efs who comprised The 1967-68 Team was based on personal appearance and dancing abilify and choreography was provided as a public service To The UniversiTy by The Daryl Jervis STudios. Financial supporf con- Tinued To come from The Alumni Associafion. Ann Mclnfyre lIefT, and Roclv-eTs Presidenf Ann BraiThwaiTe fcenTerl, bofh of whom have spenT four years wiTh The group, pose wiTh choreographer Daryl Jervis Sfone. i -. 1 . ...,-N-1 The line for opening nlghf infroducficn of each Roc in 'rhe Field House One of fhe qroup's acflvities-parficipafing In fhe annual Homecomnmq Parade. iz- ' , Q GY . : ti ' gn h a f A Ac of f u -1 if 1 in - A 1 Y -V .. . ' 4 : y' 5 x iw. ff- I ' -' V ., . 15 pi Y -Q ' QI 'i Q 'LX 54' r . .K 95 K9 U Y , 47' - 5-. 4 , V-.:"1b' ' lr.: , QQ L. me X " ' ' ' ' ' 5- -' H' I -L T, .. ' S' ' ,: , . " jj' 4 Q' 1 ' j ' W W ' " . F , .4 N . , . v v- , M arm -iikcq 1 . A A . N . u,.:., ..... F' S5,,.I"?f?-- -.-15: - W. 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X , -'-A . - fin- 7 U . . ., f.,-, 35 fa. f ' - 0 ' -q 5 Q-g ' ' lf rn' 'Fxffii 1.14 ' f,,1.,'g',. .V , H ' ' 4 , A. ' :rg A-1' 1: Q a 5-:' : I l I I r"'.-il' 4-as-an ,v V Lu Basketball The coming of lhe baslelball season saw Coach Bob Nichols welcoming back four slarlers plus lhe fireman sixlh man. Aller some line sophomore Jralenl was added, lhe expecled resulr was perleclion. Bul lhe problem lacing Coach Nichols and his very able squad was how lo improve upon a 23-2 record. l-low can such mileslones be bellered when each opposing 'leam is shooling only 'ro down lhe Roclcels? ll would appear lhal lhis season The Roclfel snipers have lalen lheir loll. They performed in varying degrees ol grealness, somelimes hol: somelimes cold, bul' nearly always lhey were good enough lo win. There was a new hero lor each game and all len spenl a greal deal ol lhe lime wheeling and dealing. Whal lhe Roclcels did nol do using finesse, lhey accomplished using muscle, especially on lhe boards. - 1521 '- 1 I4 I rl 4 I 72 ...h , I Q V... .-S. 5 Leading lhe learn lhis year has been 6'7" cenler-forward, Sleve Mix, an All-American as a Sophomore. Once again Jrhis year he has led fhe Rockels in rebounding, scoring, and field-goal percenlage. Records like These baclced by lasl' year's perform- ance has proven Sleve Mix fo be one of Jrhe na+ion's greal ball players. Bob Miller's gains Jrhis year have proven him lo be one of The mosl valuable sixlh men in lhe Midwesl. 'Wu NX-f -Nsiy. J. 4 .As 9' an rr ?'11's-Q a- jl ffga 1 N He conllnnally comef ell lhe bench dropping sho? eller shol To secure vlclory for lhe Roclelf. John Bnzler allernalinq belween qezard and lfzrwerfl has conlribuled heavily lo Roclel succef-3, John has been rnozl ellecllve al forward, bn? due le early Sea- son problems al delenie, he derhonilraled hia versa- lllily ai a guard. 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P.li'-lx'-'ft' J 'S x Y' ls flip I .- gl SS 9 if ,ffl ,' i.,,A'f ug 4- -1 L MIN-5 M-I Nexl year, John should be able lo relurn 'fo his nalu- ral posilion al forward and have a 'rruly line year lor Toledo. Al guard, John Rudley, our lillle man has been lhe spark plug of lhe leam. Ir has been John's responf sibilily for lhe lasl lwo years lo lead fhe laslfbrealc and complele lhe Roclel hall courl' ollensive move. Nexl year John will once again be lhe lead man on the Roclcel lasl-brealc. Besides lhese men, such promising young players as seven lool Doug l-less lnown as "l:ooler" To 'rhe ians, Jim Miller, Larry Smilh, and Mile lvlurnen will provide experienced bench slrenglh nexl season. Also enlering lhe scene will be some redshirls as well as lhree sophomore prospecls headed up by Bulch Lowe. 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Keller, D. Maricn, J. Scahc, P. McCar+fe,w. Row 2: P. Efzcv. E. Tfpzlsli, E. SP5-ffer, M. Gurdus. D, Ekleberry Purchner. ,..f - x A su. myx o - '. 'Q 4 3 if XZ I JJ, mip- f , ix i' .--,v o I f lf. v-VJPIIM ,xv .,. N.. , , . . V , , . - - Q 1 x'-'x 1 1' 1 p XG Q: " if :fx- .. ,- -... - -AU" 90 7 71 L, , ..., .A - mg ,X Q, 'W in cy -SQ. I dl uQVLwnT l M.A.C. Champions For rhe second conseculive year, lhe Roclcef fennis Team was MAC champs. Coach Elsnens squad played one ol Irs fouqhesl schedules including Soulhern powers Norlh Caro- lina, Dulre, Clemson, and Wake Forest The nellers 'faced lhe dilficull lasla in I968 of successfully defending Their MAC champlonship for lhe lhird slraighl year. However wilh relurning lellermen Dave Koehn, Milne Ducey, Terry Brown, Gunlis Bauslra and Pele Kramer, plus oulslandlng freshmen loininq lhe varsily, fhe season loolced as briqhr as ever for The Roclels. af--"' f? -i.-::llnl..- 'Ta 5...- v Y -f -f H ' as X f 'Q-rr. ga - .. ' . 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