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-'• -'''l jHHBPt' '^Bli^WI Business Manager Ken McCutcheon 

t. .viff'^^^^IJIr., ^^j|M Photography Don Peterson 

ij -^" I ''^'ifc fr^r^^' Graduates Barb Thomas 

'•MHP^^i^i"*' ^^ Campus Life Harriette Nye 

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Honoured Students 20 



Graduates 



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Student Government 104 

Publications 118 

Organizations 132 

Campus Life 164 

Residences 210 

Fraternities & Sororities 230 

Men^s Sports 250 

Women's Sports 284 

Advertising 303 



Index 



347 




The Coat of Arms of Western 



By 1945, only two Canadian universities - McGill and Western - had properly 
designed, authorized coats of arms registered by the College of Arms. 

The distinction of incorporating the equire's helmet seems to be reserved for 
universities. 

The knight's mantle, which Lord Bessborough, when Governor General of Can- 
ada, could scarcely believe would be granted to a Dominion institution, is an 
important distinction. Holes have been transformed into ri.bbons while heraldic 
artists down through the centuries have embellished the rogged cloak until it has 
become a decorative article scarcely resembling its original form. 

Soft maple leaves which are red in colour in the fall were placed at the top 
of the crest to mark the Arms as distinctly Canadian. 

The stag in the shield is from the coat of arms of the City of London Ontario - 
signifying the relation of the City and the University (a municipal university). 

The Peache Lion with its double tail and ducal crown was taken from the coat 
of arms of Canon Alfred Peache, whose money started this institution in 1878. 

The book appears twice - in the shield and in the crest to symbolize what we 
are and what we must be always. The Greek proverb says: The fountain of wis- 
dom flows through books. 



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OII|Hnc^lbr'0 ^Messag^ 




Education is a thoroughly social process - behind which are ideals and standards 
- and inherent in that process is the development of character and a sense of 
moral and spiritual obligation, without which a nation cannot survive. 

And as I say to you at Convocation, "By the authority vested in me as Chan- 
cellor of the University, 1 admit to you the degree of . . . ," I do so with the 
knowledge that you have taken advantage of the opportunities which have been 
given to you, that you have at least pondered, if not resolved in your own mind, 
some of the great human problems of today, that you have established a set of 
real values, and that you recognize that as graduates your responsibilities to 
society and to yourself are great indeed. 

I welcome this opportunity not only of congratulating all of you on your suc- 
cess at Western but, as well, of entreating each of you, as Alumni, to be con- 
scious and as proud of your University as it is of you. 




Richard G. Ivey, 
Chancellor 



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Pr^0thmt'0 jM^s^ag^ 




Graduation is truly an exciting milestone in the life of any student. It is excit- 
ing because it represents the achievement of a goal which most students look 
forward to when they enter a university. It is a goal which cannot be reached 
without ability, sacrifice and self-discipline. These are qualities that can lead 
to success in whatever career you follow in the future, and I wish you that success. 

This University has provided you with the best possible instruction, a beautiful 
campus, and a tradition which is Western. It has tried to help you make wise 
decisions, to meet the cost of your education, and finally to secure employment. 
The interest it has shown in your welfare is evidence of the high regard in which 
you are held. And this affection will not change. As Alumni, you will always be 
members of the family of Western. 

I bid you farewell with every good wish, and with the confidence that you 
will not forget your responsibility to yourself, to your country, and to your Uni- 
versity. 



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Leola E. Neal, Ph.D. 
Dean of Women. 



T, L. Hoskin, M.A. 
Dean of Men. 




Helen M. B. Allison, M.A., 
Registrar. 





A. B. Conron, Ph.D., 
Principal, Middlesex College. 



I. C. Rand, L.B., 
Dean, School of Law. 



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TOM HOCKIN, President, Minister of Pub- 
lications, USC; Year Executive, UCC; In- 
ternational Affairs Commission; Debating 
Club; Investment Club; Circle K Club. 



ROBERT GARDINER, Vice-President, Direct- 
or of School Spirit, USC; Purple Spur So- 
ciety; Osier Society; Alpha Omega Alpha 
Society; Meds Merrymakers. 





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DAVID McKINLEY, Prefect, UCC; USC; Hes- 
perian Club, Emmanuel Club, United 
Church Club. 



GARY SUTER, President, Undergraduate 
Engineering Society; USC; Chairman, NFC 
US; German Club. 



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GEOFF BATTERSBY, USC- Direct- 
or of School Spirit; Purple Spur 
Society; UWO Mustang Bond; 
Medical Journal. 




ROBERT COATES, Hippocratic 
Council; Intramural Sports; 
Class President '61. 





ROBERT GARDINER, USC, Direct- 
or of School Spirit, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Purple Spur Society; Osier 
Society; Alpha Omega Alpha 
Society; Meds Merrymakers. 



JACK McDonald, USC; Medi- 
cal Journal; Hippocratic Coun- 
cil; Alpha Omega Alpha So- 
ciety; Meds Merrymakers. 




EDGAR MEADS, Hippocratic 
Council; Class President; Inter- 
collegiate Football; Intramural 
Sports. 




JOHN THURLOW, Hippocratic 
Council; Medical Journal; Meds 
Merrymakers; Players Guild; 
Purple Patches. 



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DAVE McKINLEY, UCC Prefect; 
use- United Church Club; Hes- 
perian Club; Emmanuel Club. 



NANCY MONTEITH, UCC Sub- 
Prefect; USC; Intercollegiate 
Tennis; Basketball; Psychology 
Club; WUSC. 




ELIZABETH FERGUSON, UCC 
Year Executive; USC Social Di- 
rector; Oxy; UncJergraduates 
Women's Organization. 



WENDY SMITH, UCC; Purple 
Spur Society; Co-Convenor U.C. 
Ball; Undergraduate Women's 
Organization. 




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JIM ETHERINGTON, UCC Editor 
-Gazette; URTP; Press Club; In- 
ternational Affairs Commission. 



ANN EVANS, USC-Minister of 
Cultural Activities; Purple Spur 
Society; Joint Orientation Com- 
mittee. 




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Bonour 





GARY SUTER, President, Undergraduate En- 
gineering Society; USC; Chairman, NFCUS; 
German Club. 



PETER CASTLE, Undergraduate Engineering 
Society. 



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JOHN BASSET, Head Student-Huron Col- 
lege; Intercollegiate Squash; Intercolleg- 
iate Tennis; Interfacuify Football. 



LINN JERVIS, Head Girl-Hellmuth Hall; 
Canterbury Club; Huron College Students' 
Council; Purple Patches; Occidentolia. 



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CHARLES AUSTIN, President, 
Business Council; Marketing 
Club; Intercollegiate Skiing; In- 
terfoculty Sports. 



JAMES McGORMAN, Business 
Council; Business Forum; In- 
vestment Club. 




THOMAS HOCKIN, President, 
USC; UCC; Debating Club; Cir- 
cle K Club; Investment Club; 
International Affairs Commis- 
sion; Intercollegiate Track. 





WILLIAM MARMAN, Business 
Council; Orientation Committee; 
Ivey Leaguers; Marketing Club. 




PETER ARNOLD, Business Coun- 
cil; Intramural Sports. 



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SCOTT BAKER, Minister of Fin- 
ance, USC; Intramural Sports; 
Colt Basketball. 



KENNETH LEAVENS, 
Editor, Business News- 
letter; Intramural Foot- 
ball and Hockey. 



HOWARD TAYLOR, 
Business Manager, Gaz- 
ette; Investment Club; 
UC Ball Committee; In- 
tramural Sports Super- 
visor. 




CHARLES DAVIDSON, Marketing , 
Club; Open House Convenor. 




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VIVIANiNE GELINAS, Brescia Students' 
Council; Young Christian Student Organi- 
zation; Brescia Beacon; Intramural Debat- 
ing; Newman Club. 



JAYNE KENNY, Ursuline Students' Council; 
White Cross Club; Brescia Beacon; New- 
man Club; Brescia Hall Sodality. 




RUTH SILLS, Purple Spur Society; USC; 
Brescia Hall Students' Council; Young 
Christian Students; Newman Club; Spanish 
Club. 




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JIM ETHERINGTON, Gazette, 
Reporter one year, News Editor 
one year, Editor-in-Chief; Pres- 
ident, Press Club. 





ANDY OSLER, Gazette Reporter, 
two years. Associate Editor, one 
year. Managing Editor, one 
year; Press Club. 



JOAN HONEY, Folio, Associate 
Editor, one year. Editor, one 
year. 




STAN PERYER, Gazette, Report- 
er, one year. Assistant Sports 
Editor, one year. Sports Editor, 
one year. Managing Editor; Oc- 
cidentalla, one year. 



DON PETERSON, Occidentalia, 
Photographer, two years, Photo 
Editor, one year; Gazette Pho- 
tographer, two years. 



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These are the students, apart from members of the graduating class, who obtained Grade A averages in the final 
examinations in May, 1960. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 



Rusins Albertins 
Carol Alexander 
Sylvia Auzins 
Robert Baguley 
George Bailey 
Robert Barnes 
Ruth Billingsley 
Charles Black 
John Blacklock 
Linda Blake 
Larry Bourne 
Barbara Brooks 
Dean Browne 
Linda Browne 
Leonard Budden 
Peter Castle 
Larry Chamberlain 
Judith Clarke 
Robert Clarke 
John Coleman 
Marilyn Coleman 
James Curtis 
Nancy Dally 
Paul Denham 
Rokus Denhartog 
Isobel Dennis 
Sue Derby 
Eleanor Donnelly 



Barbara Organ 



Robert Borr 
David Burk 
Larry Burk 
Beryl Chernick 
Donald Galbraith 



John Duffy 
Tony Durst 
John Dzugon 
James Edgar 
Anne Elov 
David Fader 
James Farley 
Gary Ferguson 
William Fleming 
William Forbes 
Kathleen Fowler 
Thomas Fox 
Jean Fullerton 
Mary Gee 
Gary Gibson 
Lyn Gladstone 
Gloria Glenister 
Douglas Goldsack 
Michael Grace 
Elizabeth Guiltinan 
Deanna Guistini 
Veria Hall 
Kenneth Hardy 
James Henderson 
Barry Hobbs 
Susan Holland 
Raymond Hollands 
Ruth Anne Hollands 
Ralph Hollands 



Ruth Holyer 
Ross Hotchkiss 
Richard Huffman 
Alice Hyatt 
Barbara Jacobs 
Robert Janssens 
John Jull 
Lloyd Karges 
Nancy Kennington 
Maureen Lawrence 
Peter Magee 
Joanne Martin 
John McCorquodale 
Wayne McCracken 
Mary Ellen MacDonald 
Isabel McKeown 
Michael McKim 
Mary MacRae 
Sister M. Perpetua 
John Pink 
James Purvis 
George Raithby 
Robert Reader 
Edward Roberts 
John Runstedtler 
Patricia Rusak 
Elsie Schwandt 
Steven Scott 



URSULINE COLLEGE 



Sister M. Saverino 



Anna Smolders 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 



Robert Gardiner 
Carolynne Hobbs 
Clifford Keeling 
Stuart Klein 
Anthony Knirsch 



John McDonald 
Henry Schmidek 
Robert Southern 
Dora Ann Stinon 
John Thurlow 



Barbara Sennewald 
Michael Serveau 
Geraldine Sibley 
Robert Sillick 
Murray Sinclair 
Gordon Smith 
Joan Stochow 
Paul Stager 
Catherine Steels 
Ruth Strangways 
Inge Suter 
Edward Syrett 
Gordon Tebbutt 
Ross Turnbull 
Wiere Vandervelde 
LeRoy Van Koughnett 
Philip Walden 
Joyce Warder 
Wayne Watson 
George Watts 
Marilvn Waugh 
David Weaver 
Charles Westfall 
Diana W'lliis 
Roderick Willis 
Wavne WHson 
Anne Winslow 
Stewart Woolner 



Diane Tait 



A. A. J. Wallrap 
Thomas Wood 
Robert Wright 
Charie Zaitz 



Richard Charrette 
Peter Pigott 



ST. PETERS COLLEGE 

Donald Hayek 
Michael Prieur 



John Loncke 
Richard Trembloy 



HURON COLLEGE 
John Bossett W. Paul Thompson Egbert Wiens 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Thomas Hockin Donald Willan Donald Wood 

COLLEGE OF CHRIST THE KING 
James T. Hardy Rudolf Zimmer 

FACULTY OF LAW 
Arthur Barat Michael Snow 

MUSIC TEACHERS' COLLEGE 
Ronald K. Brown Roberta Hose 



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DENNIS BROWN, Intercollegiate Squash; Interfoculty 
Football, Basketball; Huron Students' Council; Occi 
dentalia-Sports Editor; Gozette-Ass't Sports Editor. 




ANDREA JEFFREY, Womens' Athletic Committee; Occi- 
dentalia-Sports Editor; Intercollegiate Basketball, 
Volleyball. 



DEIRDRE MACDOUGALL, U.C. Ball Committee; Sketch 
Club; Purple Patches; Occidentalia-Loyout Editor 2 
years. 



MYRNA MATHER, Social Service Club; U.C. Ball Dec- 
orations Committee; Occidentolia-Associate Editor; 
Purple Patches. 







BILL POLLEN, UCC Speaker; Debating Society; WUSC 
Chairman; United Church Club. 



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ART FIDLER, President, Gilbert and Sullivan; Purple 
Patches; Gazette. 



MARY THOMPSON, Huron Students' Council; USC; 
Purple Patches; White Cross Club; Intramural Sports. 






MARGARET PEACOCK, WUSC, Convenor of Treasure 
Van; Occidentalia, Organizations Editor; Liberal Club 




BARBARA THOMAS, Occidentalia, Graduates Editor; 
Recording Secretary, USC, UCC; U. C. Ball Comnnittee; 
Westminster Club; Intramural Basketball; Bowling. 



EDWARD PHELPS, Secretary, USC; United Church 
Club. 







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Major General, The Right Honourable Georges P. Vanier, 
Governor-General of Canada, who received the degree of 
Doctor of Civil Law, headed the list of distinguished person- 
alities to receive Honorary Degrees at the Annual Fall Con- 
vocation. Others present who received the degree of Doctor 
of Laws were: Joseph Arthur MacFarlane, Dean of Medicine, 
University of Toronto,- Sir Philip Morris, Vice Charce'lor, 
University of Bristol; The Honourable John Parmenter 
Robarts, Minister of Education for Ontario. 




The Honourable J. P. Robarts and Dr. A. H. Johnson 



A proud family 




The Dignilaries 




The Reception 




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David McKinley 



As we approach the time of our graduation, most of us ore 
caught between two conflicting emotions. We are indeed like 
the two-faced Roman deity, Janus, who faced backward and 
forward at the same time. We are looking backward over the 
three or four years that we have spent in University College, 
but, at the same time, we are looking ahead to a whole new 
existence that is opening up before us. 

When St. Paul was taking his leave of his young ward, Tim- 
othy, he said to him: "... the time of my departure is come. 
I have fought the good fight, I have finished the course, I have 
kept the faith." And for the past few years, that is exactly 
what we have been doing in a different sense. Now the time 
of our departure is come. We have fought a good fight; we 
have almost completed the course. But whether or not we will 
keep the faith remains to be seen in later years. Now is the 
time that we ought to be considering what the faith is, what 
our responsibility to others is, and their responsibility to us. 
Now is the time that each and every one of us ought to be set- 
ting a goal for himself, a goal that he is going to pursue for 
the rest of his life, a goal that is consistent with his ideals and 
capabilities. I am well aware that ideals and capabilities vary 
from person to person,- however, there is no reason why we 
cannot instill our heart and soul into whatever we undertake 
as our life's work. 

Since the time we were freshmen at this university, we have 
constantly been reminded that we are part of a privileged min- 
ority, that the leaders in every field of Canadian life are going 
to come from this minority. This is perhaps a very hackneyed 
statement; but it is also a very true one. If this is all that "the 
faith" means to us, it is still extremely important. We have 
been given a sacred trust and unless we are prepared to leave 
this university to undergo self-sacrifice, to put everything that 
lies within us into reaching a goal which we have made for 
ourselves, to make our university education a profit not only 
for ourselves but for our whole country as well, then we do 
not deserve to be called Western graduates. 

There are two pfiases to a university education. One is the 
influence that the university environment has on us, and the 



other is the way we react to that influence. This influence in- 
cludes not only academic work, but the influence of our asso- 
ciation with others in athletics, in organizational work, in short, 
in every phase of extra-curricular activity. This influence may 
be either for good or for bad. if we can leave the University of 
Western Ontario, not with the idea that the world is our play- 
thing nor that in the space age we are too small to be signif- 
icant, but with the idea that the world and even the universe 
are giants to be conquered, that they are voids to be filled, 
that they are labyrinths to be explored, that they are darkness 
to be made light, then indeed it has been a good influence. 

If we can leave this university not with the idea that we 
are going to get, but that we are going to give, then we are 
leaving with hearts and minds tuned not only to personal suc- 
cess, but to the general success of our whole country. 

Two of the most frequently used expressions in our daily 
conversation are: "1 don't care" and "it doesn't matter." These 
phrases seem to be trademarks of the society in which we live. 
Four hundred years before the birth of Christ, Socrates found 
himself faced with a similar kind of "don't care" — "doesn't 
matter" environment. He likened himself to a gadfly which 
was to rouse the great horse, Athens, out of its lethargy. What 
this country needs is more gadflies. Can we, the graduating 
class of 1961, leave with a university education that has com- 
bined the pitched enthusiasm of a football game, the academic 
enthusiasm that we put into a good essay, and the co-opera- 
tive enthusiasm that we put into student activities? We are not 
going to help ourselves or anyone else unless we are determ- 
ined and enthusiastic about reaching our goal, whatever it 
may be. 

The sea of time will soon erase the footprints which we have 
made on the sands of University College; but, even as we say 
farewell to these fleeting three or four years, we must make 
sure that we leave with an enthusiastic determination so that 
we may fulfil the sacred trust that has been given to us. Per- 
haps thirty or forty years hence, we may be able to say, "I 
have kept the faith." 



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It is conventional to wish the members of the groduoting class 
prosperity and happiness. I do extend these wishes to everyone 
of you, not for the sake of convention, however, but because I 
really hope that you will achieve these two objects. Although 
having completed your undergraduate work, you do not yet know 
everything, there is assurance that having dealt successfully with 
your problems here you will continue to meet properly other 
problems after graduation. Life outside the University is in general 
not much different from life inside it. Of course, the specific prob- 
lems will vary; nevertheless I am confident that you will deal 
with them intelligently and conscientiously. To all of you, then, 
I repeat my good wishes, strong in the conviction that no matter 
what you undertake you will not belittle or foil your alma mater. 



Dean F. Stiling 




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ACER, BARRY L., B.A.; 

London, Ontario. 

Intercollegiate 

Basketball; 

Interfoculty 

Football. 



ALLES, KENNETH ARTHUR, 
B.A.; Stratford, Ontario. 



AHRENS, BRUCE 
FREDERICK, B.A.; Owen 
Sound, Ontario. 
Mathematics Club; 
Intramural Sports; 
Polycon Club; WUSC 
Film Society. 



ANDERSON, ELIZABETH 
CLAIRE, B.A.; Stratford, 
Ontario. Science Women's 
Society; WUSC; Student 
Christian Movement; 
Gilbert and Sulliivan 
Society. 



ALEXANDER, CAROL ANN, 
B.A.; Sarnia, Ontario. 
Gamma Phi Beta; 
Psychology Club; 
Intramural Sports. 



ANDERSON, PERRY J., 
B.A.; Parry Sound, 
Ontario. 




ANGOOD, ALBERT ORME, 
B.A.; Windsor, Ontario. 
Liberal Club; United 
Church Club. 



ARMORER, RALPH, B.A.; 
London, Ontario. 



ASSELIN, RALPH JAMES, 
B.A.; Victoria Harbour, 
Ontario. Purple Patches; 
2eta Psi; Intercollegiate 
Track Team; UWO Choir; 
Intramural Basketball. 



Class af ^txtg'®n^ 



ADGLBY (MEDCALF), E. 
^EILA, B.A.; General 
rfs; Ottawa, Ontario, 
■ilbert and Sullivan; 
layers Guild. 



AKER, ANNE ELIZABETH 
DUISE, B.A.; Honours 
iglish and French; 
untroon, Ontario, 
esperian Club, Le Circle 
•ancais; El Circulo 
spanico. 



AKKE, CAROL LYNN, 
.A.; General Arfs; 
arnia, Ontario, 
panish Club; 
i.F.C.U.S. 



ALDWIN, BEVERLY 
.NN, B.A.; Honours 
ilistory; London, Ontario, 
i Beta Phi; Undergrad- 
ate Womens Organization; 
)ccidentalia; W.U.S.C. 



.ARCLAY, MARJORIE 
■ATRICIA, B.A.; 
Jenerai Arts; Ridgetown, 
Jntario. Inter-Varsity 
"hristian Fellowship; 
ICappa Alpha Theta. 



lARNES, ROBERT 
LOYD, B.A.; Honours 
lAathematics; Windsor, 
Ontario. Mathematics 
iociety. 



lARTRAM, EDWARD 
OHN, B.A.; General 
Vrfs; London Ontario. 




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BAWDEN, RICHARD 


BISHOP, BEVERLEY 


PAUL, B.A.; General 


ROSE, B.A.; General 


Arts; Toronto, Ontario. 


Arts; North Bay, 




Ontario. Le Cercle 




Froncoij; United 




Church Club; Intra- 




mural Track and Field. 


BAYNE, BONNIE 


BLACK, CHARLES CECIL, 


JACQUELINE, B.A.; 


B.A.; Honours Mathem- 


Secretarial Science; 


atics; Britton, Ontario. 


London, Ontario. Pi Beta 


United Church Club; 


Phi, Occidentalio; 


U.W.O. Choir; Mathem- 


Social Service Club; 


atics Club; Gilbert ond 


Intramural Sports. 


Sullivan. 


BECKER, PAUL, B.A.; 


BOBRUK, RITA, B.A. 


General Arts, Toronto, 


General Arts; 


Ontario. N.F.C.U.S., 


North Bay, Ontario. 


Committee Chairman; 




S.U.N. ; Clio Club; 




U.S.C; International 




Affairs Commission. 




BENADOM, JOY CECILE, 


BOOTH, MARJORIE 


B.A.; General Arts; 


ELEANOR, B.A.; 


Summit, New Jersey. 


Secretarial Science; 


Liberal Club; United 


Dresden, Ontario. 


Church Club; White 


Western Christian 


Cross Club; International 


Fellowship; U.W.O. 


Students' Club. 


Choir; Westminster 




Club. 


BENSON, DENNIS KERRY, 


BOURNE, LARRY STUART 


B. Sc.; Honours Geology; 


B.A.; Honours Geog- 


Ripley, Ontario Out- 


raphy; London, Ontario. 


crop Club; U.R.T.P.; 


Delta Upsilon; 


Interfaculty Waterpolo. 


Intramural Football- 




Hockey; Geography 




Club; C.A.G. 


BEVERLEY, MICHAEL ST. 


BOYD, CHARLES HUGH, 


JOHN, B.A.; Generol 


B.A.; General Arts; 


Arts; Tweed, Ontario. 


London, Ontario. 


U.W.O. Sports Car Club; 


Liahona Fellowship; 


Intercollegiate Swim- 


French Club. 


ming; Interfaculty 




Rowing; Swimming, 




Waterpolo. 




BILLINGSLEY, RUTH ANN, 


BROOKS, BARBARA 


B.A.; Honours English 


May, B.A.; Honours 


and Philosophy; Sarnia, 


English; Kingsville, 


Ontario. Sunday Nine 


Ontario. Players Guild; 


OCIock; U.W.O. Choir; 


Hesperian Club; 


Student Christian Move- 


Fencing Club; Interna- 


ment; Philosophy Club; 


tional Students' Club. 


Unitarian Club. 












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BROWN, DONALD CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS 

FERGUSON, B.A.; MARSHALL, B.A.; 

General Arfs; Windsor, Windsor, Ontario. 
Ontario. Liberal Club; 
U.S.C; Christian 
Science Organization. 



CAMPBELL, MARGARET 
BERNICE, B.A.; General 
Arts; Ailso Craig, Ontario. 
Liberal Club; Psychology 
Club; Players Guild. 



BROWNE, DAVID 
Ja.Ties, B.Sc; Honours 
Geology; Chatham, 
Ontario. Outcrop Club; 
Canadian Club; West- 
minster College Student 
Council; Track Associa- 
tion. 



BRUNT, THOMAS CARTER, JUDITH ANN, 

ARTHUR, B.A.; General B.A.; General Arts; 

Arts; Wallaceburg, Newmarket, Ontario 

Ontario. Mustang Band; Liberal Club; 

Fencing Club; United Hesperian Club; Clio 

Church Club; Intramural Club. 
Tennis, Badminton; 
Psychology Club. 



BUIE, DON 
MacLELLAN, B.A.; 
General Arts; Kitchener, 
Ontario. Intramural 
Sports; Purple Patches; 
Gazette, 



CASSIDY, DONALD B., 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Burlington, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; 
C.C.U.F. Club. 



BURNS, MARGARET CHAMBERS, RUTH 

ELIZABETH, B.A.; General MEREDITH, B.A.; 
Arts; Welland, Ontario. General Arts; Port 
Geography Club; Credit, Ontario. Psy- 

Social Service Club. chology Club; Canterbury 

Club; Purple Patches; 

Intramural Sports. 



BURSTON, SYLVIA 
ELAINE, B.A.; General 
Arts; London, Ontario. 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
Psychology Club; Math- 
ematics Club; Inter- 
national Students Club; 
Occidentatia; Intramural 
Sports. 



CHAPMAN, MARILYN 
JOAN, B.A.; General 
Arts; Hamilton, Ontario. 
White Cross Club; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Psychology Club; 
U.C.C; Occidentalia. 



CAJKA, CHARLES CHRITCHLEY, JOHN 

JOHN, B.Sc; Honours Harry, B.A.; General 

Geology; Dresden, Arts; Calgary, Alberta. 

Ontario. Mustang Band; Debating Club: Ski 

Outcrop Club; Newman Club; Intercollegiate 

Club. Debating; Intramural 
Squash. 




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CLARKE, ROBERT 
GEORGE, B.Sc; Honours 
Radio Phvsics: Doshwood, 
Ontario, Institute of 
Radio Engineers. 



CLULEY, KENNETH 
GEORGE, B.A.; General 
Arts; Port Elgin, 
Ontario. U.W.O. Choir. 



COHEN, ARNOLD, 
Honours Zoology; 
London, England. 
Hillel; W.U.S.C; 
Purple Patches; 
Hesperian Club. 



B.A.; 



COLES, ALAN KAYE 
PHILLIP, B.A.; General 
Arts; Thornhill, 
Ontario. Purple 
Patches; Delta Upsilon; 
Intramural Sports; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club. 



CONNELLY, SHIRLEY 
MABEL, B.A.; Secretarial 
Science; Ottawa, 
Ontario. Social Service 
Club; W.U.S.C; United 
Church Club. 



CONVAY, JUNE 
ISABELLE, B.A.; Honours 
Arts; Kincardine, Ontario. 



COOPER, GRANT 
ERNEST, B.A.; Honours 
P.H.R.E,; Swastika, 
Ontario. Intramural 
Sports; P.H.R.E. Club; 
Occidentalia — Photo 
Editor. 



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CORDER, RAYMOND 
GLENN, B.A„ General 
Arts; Chatham, Ontario. 
Clio Club; Purple Patches. 



CRANSTOUN, JEANNIE 
BERNICE, B.A.; General 
Arts; Edmonton, Alberta 
Psychology Club; White 
Cross Club; W.U.S.C; 
Interfaculty Swimming; 
Ski Club. 



CROLY, DEIRDRE ANN, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. Gamma 
Phi Beta; Purple Patches; 
Psychology Club; Oc- 
cidentalio; Gilbert and 
Sullivan. 



CRONK, LINDA WHITNEY, 
B.A.; General Arts; Port 
Rowan, Ontario. Kappa 
Alpha Theta; U.C.C; 
N.F.C.U.S.; Occidentalia; 
Social Service Club. 



CULL, JOHN ANTHONV, 
B.A.; General Arts; St. 
Marys, Ontario. 



DARLING, CAROL ANN, 
B.A.; General Arts; Sud- 
burv Ontario. Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Psychology 
Club; Intramural SportS; 
Clio Club; W.U.S.C. 



DAVIS, LINDA HELEN, 
B.A.; General Arts; Tor- 
onto, Ontario. 




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DAYMOND, DOUGLAS 
MICHAEL, B.A.; General 
Arts; Chotham, Ontario. 
Jazz Club; Clio Club. 



DOUGLAS, MAUD 
ELIZABETH JOAN, B.A.; 
Secretarial Science; Gait, 
Ontorio. Gilbert and 
Sullivan; Purple Patches, 
P.C.Club; Tennii. 



DECARIE lORETTA 
MARGUERITE, B.A.; 
General Arts; Windsor, 
Ontario. Liberal Club; 
Intercollegiate Hockey; 
Intramural Sports. 



DOWNIE, JOHN ERNEST, 
B A ; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. 



DEMPSEY, JEROME 
ALEXANDER, B.A.; 
Honours P.H.R.E.; London, 
Ontario. Colt Football; 



DURST, TONY, B.Sc; 
Honours Chemistry and 
Physics; Vanessa, 
Ontario. Chemical 



P.H.R.E. Club; Interfaculty Institute of Canada; 
Sports; U.C.C. Year Newman Club. 

Executive. 



DenHARTOG, ROKUS, 
B.Sc; Honours Physics 
and Mathematics; Aylmer, 
Ontario. Western Christ- 
ian Fellowship; Canadian 
Association of Physicists. 



DeWINTER, SHAWNE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Bothwell, Ontario. White 
Cross Club; Westminister 
Club. 



EARL, JANICE ANNE, 
B.A.; Honours French 
and Latin; Kerwood, 
Ontario. Kappa Alpha 
Theta; Le Cercle 
Francois; United Church 
Club; S.C.M. 



EBY, PAUL WILLIAM, 
B Sc; Honours Chemistry; 
Kitchener, Ontario. 
Chemical Institute of 
Canada; U.W O. Sports 
Car Club. 



ELLIOTT, PATRICIA 
ELLEN, B.A.; General 
Arts; Kirkland Lake, 
Ontario. 



DILL, CAROLINE WENDY, 
B.A.; Secretarial Science; 
Sarnia, Ontario. Syn- 
chronized Swimming; 
Canterbury Club; Social 
Service Club; Occidentalia, 
Investment Club. 



DILLING, WILMA BERNICE, ELOV, ANNE, B A.; 
B.A.; General Arts; Hen- Secretarial Science: 
sail, Ontario. Clio Club; Hamilton, Ontorio. S.U N., 
Geography Club. Newmon Club; Psycho- 

logy Club. 










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ELSON, HENRY EDWARD. 
B.A.; General Arts; Royal 
Oak, Michigan. Hillel. 



ENNIS, RONALD EDWIN, 
B.A.; Honours Mafhematlcs; 
Walton, Ontario. Math 
Club; United Church Club; 
Intramural Waterpolo; 
Intramural Swimming. 



FALLONA, MARY 
CATHERINE, B.Sc.; 
Honours Chemistry and 
Physics; London, Ontario. 
Chemical Institute of 
Canada. Science Women's 
Society; Canadian 
Association of Physicists. 



FATUM, GORDON A., 
B.Sc; Honours Radio 
Physics; Wiarton, Ontario. 
Institute of Radio 
Engineers-Chairman. 



ERDOSH, GEORGE, B.Sc; FAUTEUX, CHARLES 
Honours Geology; London, PATRICK, B.A.; Honours 



Ontario. Outcrop Club; 
Intramural Waterpolo, 
Gymnastics. 



ETHERINGTON, JAMES 
GORDON, B.A.; Honours 
Journalism; Hensall, 
Ontario. Beta Theta Pi; 
U.R.T.P.; Gazette- Editor, 
U.C.C; Press Club. 



EVANS, CAROL ANNABEL, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Bradford, Ontario. U.S.C; 
Spencer Hall Council; 
Purple Spur Society; Pi 
Beta Phi; Joint Orientation 
Committee. 



P.H.R.E.; Timmins, Ontario. 
Mustang Football-Manager; 
Interfaculty Sports; 
Athletic Directorate; 
P.H.R.E. Club. 



FERGUSON, ELIZABETH 
ANN, B.A,; Honours 
English and History; 
London, Ontario. Pi Beta 
Phi; U.C.C. Year 
Executive; Oxy; U.S.C- 
Social Director; Under, 
graduate Women's 
Organization. 

FERRARO, ELENA MARIE, 
B.A.; Honours Modern 
Languages: Woodstock, 
Ontario. Der Deutsche 
Klub: Le Cercle Francois; 
Newman Club; Liberol 
Club. 



EVANS, PATRICIA ANNE, FIDLER, WILLIAM ARTHUR, 

B.A.; General Arts; Owen B.A.; General Arts; 

Sound, Ontario. Math Strathroy, Ontario. Beta 

Club; Social Service Club; Theta Pi; Gilbert and 

United Church Club; Sullivan; Purple Patches; 

Society of United Nations. Gazette. 



FABELLO, EDNA ROSE, 

B.A.; General Arts; 

Schumacher, Ontario. 

Gilbert and Sullivan; 

Science Women's Society; 

Players' Guild; Intramural Football Supervisor, 

Sports 



FISHER, ARTHUR CRAIG, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Mitchell, Ontario. Intra- 
mural Sports; PH.R.E. 
Club; Interfaculty 







FISHER, JAMES ALEXANDER, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Tavistock, Ontario. Intra- 
mural Hockey, Waterpolo. 



FITCHEH, KENNETH RALPH, 
B.A,; Honours History; 
London, Ontario. Clio 
Club; Society of United 
Nations; Progressive 
Conservative Club. 



FITZHENRY, EDWARD 
GEORGE, B.A.; General 
Arts; London, Ontario. 
Jazz Club; Intramural 
Basketball. 



FLEMING, THOMAS 
CHARLES, B.A.; General 
Arts; London, Ontario. 
Delta Upsilon; Intramural 
Sports; Gilbert and 
Sullivan; Mustang Band. 



FORDER, WILLIAM C. F., 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Toronto, Ontario. Purple 
Patches; Mustang Band. 



FOX, ROBERT WILLIAM, 
B.A.; Honours Arts; 
Brantford, Ontario. 



GAGE, JOHN BARRY, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. Beta 
Theta Pi. 



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GARRISON, ROBFRT 
WAYNE, B.A.; General 
Arts: Belleville, Ontario. 
Colt Football; Jazz Club; 
Hesperian Club; Inter- 
foculty Wrestling, 
Football, Hockey. 



GEHRELS, CASEY, B.Sc; 
Boskoop, Holland. 



GEORGE, DONNA FRANCES 
B.A.; General Arts; 
North Bay, Ontario. 
Intermediate Basketball- 
Players' Guild; Political 
Science Club. 



GILCHRIST, REGINALD 
CHARLES, B.A.; General 
Arts; Toronto, Ontario. 
Zeta Psi; Cheerleader; 
Colt Football. 



GLADSTONE, LYN, B.A., 
Secretarial Science; 
Copper Cliff, Ontario. 
Newman Club; Inter- 

>^giate Hockey; 

identalia. 



GOLDSACK, DOUGLAS 
EUGENE, B.Sc.; Honours 
Chemistry; London, 
Ontario. CO T.C.: Chemical 
Institute of Canada. 



GOLDSTEIN, TOBA, B.A.; 
General Arts; Toronto, 
Ontario. Purple Patches. 




GOLLERT, NORMAN DAVID, GREB, MARILYN, B.A.i 



8. A.; Honours Arts; 
Owen Sound, Ontario. 



Secretarial Science; 
Sebringville, Ontario. 
Kappa Alpha Theto; 
Social Service Club; 
Occidentolia. 




GOODHUE, DOUGLAS GRIMES, DAVID ALFRED, 

WILLIAM, B.A.; General B.A.; Honours Arts; 

Arts; Erieau, Ontario. Aylmer, Ontario. 

Social Service Club; C.C.F.- 

New Party; Psychology 

Club; Political Science 

Club. 



GOUDIE, MARGARET GUY, JAMES RUTHERFORD, 

MARION, B.A.; Honours B.Sc; Honours Geology; 
History; Strathroy, Ontario. Waterloo, Ontario. Outcrop 
Kappa Alpha Theto; Club; Purple Patches. 

C'io Club; Occidentolia; 
Westminister Club; 
Liberal Club. 




GOULASARIAN, JAMES 
VAUGHN, B.A.; General 
Arts; Brantford, Ontario. 
Debating Club; Model 
Parliament; President, 
Medway Hall Residents' 
Council. 



GRADISH, JOHN A., B.A.; 
General Arts; 
Tillsonburg, Ontario. 



HALL, FRANCES ELIZABETH, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. Purple 
Patches; Canterbury 
Club; Le Cercle Francois; 
Gilbert and Sullivan. 



HALL, PATRICIA RUTH, 
B.A,; Honours Modern 
Languages; London, 
Ontario. Purple Patches; 
Der Deutsche Klub; Le 
Cercle Francois. 



GRAHAM, MARY 
ROSALIND, B.A.; General 
Arts; Ottawa, Ontario. 
U.R.T.P.; United Church 
Club; W.U.S.C. 



HAMBLETON, B. IRMA, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. Der 
Deutsche Klub; Clio Club; 
Social Service Club. 



GRANGER, SARA JANE, 
B.A.; Honours English 
ond History; London, 
Ontario. Gamma Phi 
Beta; Purple Patches; 
Clio Club; Occidentolia; 
Undergraduate Women's 
Orgonizotion. 



HAMILTON.. IAN. B.A.; 
General Arts; St. Thomos, 
Ontorio. Physics Clob. 





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HAMILTON, LEONE WAVA, HARRIS, SANDRA ELEANOR, 
B.A.,- Honours History,- B.A.; General Arts; 

Mossley, Ontario. Clio Simcoe, Ontario. 

Club; United Church Club. Canterbury Club; Purple 

Patches; Geography Club; 

Gilbert and Sullivan. 



HANEY, KATHRYN ANN, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. 
Occidentalio; Social 
Service Club; Canterbury 



HARRISON, SALLY 
SHEPPARD, B.A.; General 
Arts; Harriston, Ontario. 
Kappa Alpha Theto; 
U.S.C; U.C.C. Year Exec- 



Club; U.C. Ball Committee, utive; Liberal Club; Spencei 
Hall Council. 



HANNAH, MARGARET 
CLAIR, B.A.; General 
Arts; Toronto, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; Gamma 
Phi Beta; Occidentalia; 
W.U.S.C. 



HATTIE, MARGARET JEAN, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Bancroft, Ontario. 
Canterbury Club- Social 
Service Club; Synchronized 
Swimmino: International 
Students Club. 



HANSON, HOWARD 
DOUGLAS, B.A.; Honours 
Latin and French; Burford, 
Ontario. United Church 
Club; Le Cercle Francois. 



HARPER, JOHN ARTHUR, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Tillsonburg, Ontario. 



HAVENS, KENNETH 
VICTOR, B.A.; General 
Arts; London, Ontario. 
Circle K Club; Purple 
Patches; Interfaculty 
Basketball; Alpha Delta 
Phi; Western Christian 
Fellowship. 



HAYDON, WILLIAM 
EDWARD JAMES. B.Sc; 
Honours Geology; Chatham, 
Ontario. Outcrop Club. 



HARRIS, BRUCE EDWIN, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Lambeth, Ontario. 
Social Service Club; 
White Cross Club; 
Psychology Club: Society 
of United Nations. 



HARRIS, FRED ROBSON, 
B.Sc; Honours Geology; 
London, Ontario. Outcrop 
Club; Canadian Club; 
InterGeology Handball. 



HENRY, ANDREA JILL, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Ingersoll, Ontario. Kappa 
Alpha Theto; Clio Club; 
UW.O. Choir: Psychology 
Club; United Church Club. 



HICKS, MARY-ELLEN 
ARLINE, B.A.; Genera! Arts; 
Listowel, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; 
Hesperian Club; 
Intramural Sports. 




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HILL, W. BRUCE, B.Sc; 
Geology; Port Stonley, 
Ontario. Outcrop; Club. 



HOLLAND, MICHAEL 
WELLS, B.A.; General 
Arts; London, Ontario. 



HOLLANDS, T. RALPH, 
B.Sc; Honours Chemistry; 
Aylmer, Ontario. 
Chemical Institute of 
Canada: United 
Church Club. 



HOLMES, NANCY ANNE, 
B.A.; Honours French and 
German; Toronto, Ontario. 
Liberal Club; Der 
Deutsche Klub: Le 
Cercle Francois. 



HOLMES, ROBERT HOWARD, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Tillsonburg, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate Wrestling; 
Intramural Sports: Western 
Christian Fellowship. 



HONEY, JOAN TEMPLETON, 
B.A.; Honours English 
and History; London, 
Ontario. U.R.T.P. Clio 
Club; Editor of Folio; 
Hesperian Club; S.U.N. 



HOOVER, JOHN DOUGLAS, 
B.A.; Honours History; 
Brussels, Ontario. 
Clio Club; United 
Church Club. 



HOPKINS, BARBARA 
LOUISE, B.A.; Honours 
English and French; Holt, 
Ontario. Hesperian Club; 
Intercollegiate Archery; 
Woman's Athletic 
Comnniftee. 



HORNBY, GAIL PATRICIA 
LOU, B.A.; Honours 
Mathematics; London, 
Ontario. Mathematics 
Club; Science Women's 
Society. 



HOUGHTLING. JOYCE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Hoileybury, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; Gamma 
Phi Beta; Psychology 
Club; Occidentalio; 
Intramural Sports. 



HOW, RICHARD KEITH, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Stratford, Ontario. 
Canterbury Club; 
White Cross Club; 
Fencing Club; 
Psychology Club. 



HUMPHREY, DORTHY 
MacDONALD, B.A.; 
General Arts; Troy, 
'Ontario. Gamma Phi 
f\a; United Church 
'.lub; Players Guild. 



HUSTON, BEVERLEY, 
LAVERNE, B.Sc; Honours 
Chemistry; London, 
Ontario. Chemical 
I Institute of Canada. 



HYAH, ALICE LOUISE, 
B.A.; Secretarial Science; 
Wheatley, Ontario. 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
Psychology Club. 




INCH, MURRAY 
ALEXANDER, B.A.; Honours 
History; Guelph, Ontario. 
Clio Club; Canterbury 
Club; Model Parliament; 
U.R.T.P,; Gilbert and 
Sullivan. 



IREDALE, ANNE AMELIA, 
B.A.; Honours Modern 
Languages; Woodstock, 
Ontario. Le Cercle Francois; 
Der Deutsche Klub. 



JOHNS, CHARLES HENRY, 
B.A,; Gentrol An»; 
Grovenhurst. Ontorio. 



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JOHNSTON, DAVID 
HAINES, B.Sc.; Sornio, 
Ontario. Delta Upsilon. 



IWASHCHENKO, ALEK 
OLEH, B.A.; General Arts; 
Baltimore, Maryland. 
Ukrainian Club; Outcrop 
Club; Fencing Club. 



JOHNSTON, JAMES 
PATRICK, B.A.; Honours 
Economics; London, 
Ontario. Polycon Club; 
Social Service Club; 
Le Cercle Francois. 



JAMES, MURRAY 
WILLIAM, B.Sc; Honours 
Chemistry; Sarnia, Ontario. 
United Church Club; 
Chemical Institute of 
Canada. 



JARVIS, PETER GRAHAM, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. Delta 
Upsilon; Interfaculty 
Football; U.N.T.O.; 
Purple Patches. 



JEFFREY, ANDREA MARIE, 
B.A.; Honours P.H R.E. 
Windsor, Ontario. 
Women's Athletic 
Committee; Kappa Alpha 
Theto; Occidentalio; 
Intercollegiate Basketball, 
Volleyball. 



JOHNSON, SANDRA 
MARGARET SUZANNE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. Gamma 
Phi Beta; Purple Patches; 
N.F.C.U.S.; Players' Guild; 
Philosophy Club. 



JOHNSTON. SEFTON W H. 
B.A.: General Arts; 
London, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; 
Psychology Club. 



JOLLY, LINDA JANETTE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Calgary, Alberta Pi Beta 
Phi; Women's Athletic 
Committee, Purple Spur 
Society; Occidentolia. 



JENKINSON, PHILIP JOHN, JONES. MARY ALICE; 

B A.; Honours Economics; B.A.; Secretarial Science; 

Toronto, Ontario. St Thomos Ontario. 

Gozettp Psvchologv 
Club; White Cross Club. 









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JORDAN. RCiERT B., 
B.Sc: Honours Chemistry; 
Leaminaton, Ontariio. 
Chemical Institute of 
Canada. 



KELMAN, ROBERT GARTH, 
B.A.; General Arts,- 
Brantford, Ontario. 
Social Service Club; 
Psychology Club. 



KOPINAK, JAMES 
MICHAEL, B.A.; General 
Arts; Port Colborne, 
Ontario. Philosophy Club; 
Fencing Club; Hesperian 
Club; Progressive 
Conservative Club. 



KOVACK, LOUIS KARL, 
B.A.; Honours Arts; 
West Lome, Ontario. 



KENNINGTON, NANCY LOU, LAVIS, NANCY EILEN, 
B.A.; Honours French and B.A.; General Arts; 
Spanish; St. Thomas, London, Ontario. 

Ontario. United Church 
Club; Kappa Alpha Theto; 
Le Cercle Francois; El 
Circulo Hispanico. 



KERR, JAMES NORMAN 
McLEOD, B.A., General 
Arts; Toronto, Ontario. 
Interfaculty Sports; 
Players' Guild; White 



LAW, GORDON ALEXANDER, 
B.A.; Honours Mathematics; 
Windsor, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate Football; 
Mathematics Club; 



Cross Club; Social Service Westminster Club; 
Club; Purple Patches. Interfaculty Sports. 



KINGSBURY, ELIZABETH 
JANE, B.A.; General Arts; 
Port Credit, Ontario. 
Gamma Phi Beta; 
W.U.S.C; Psychology 
Club; Occidentalia. 



LAWRENCE, MAUREEN 
ANN, B.A.; Secretarial 
Science; Scarborough, 
Ontario. Liberal Club; 
Psychology Club; Le 
Cercle Francois- Social 
Service Club; W.U.S.C. 



KOENEN, WERNER KONRAD, LAWRENCE, WILLIAM 
B.A.; General Arts; ARCHIBALD, B.A.; Honours 

Stratford, Ontario. Geography; Sarnia, 

Ontario. Geography Club. 



KOND, HELGI, B.A.; 
General Arts; Vineland 
Station, Ontario. Social 
Service Club; W.U.S.C; 
Intercollegiate Badminton; 
Le Cercle Francois; 
Intramural Sports. 



LEFF, IDA MAXEME, B.A.; 
General Arts; London, 
Ontario. Psychology Club; 
White Cross Club; 
Purple Patches; Hillei; 
Players' Guild. 




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LEWIS, PAUL EUGENE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Windsor, Ontario. 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
United Church Club; 
Student Christian 
Movement; C.C.U.F. Club. 



LIERMAN, MAURICE PETER, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Ridgetovi/n, Ontario. 
U.W.O. Choir; W.U.S.C. 
Film Society. 



LISTER, GORDON FRANK, 
B.Sc; Honours Geology; 
Roche's Point, Ontario. 
Outcrop Club; Science 
Club; Canadian Club. 



LOW, CHARLES ADAMSON, 
B.A., General Arts; 
St. Thomas, Ontario. 
ROT P. — C.O.T.C; 
Liberal Club. 



LUMSDEN, JUDITH ANN, 
8. A.; General Arts; 
Owen Sound, Ontario. 
Pi Beta Phi; Purple 
Patches; Psychology 
Club; Undergraduate 
Women's Organization. 



McALPINE, DOREEN 
EVELYN. B.A.; Generol 
Arts; Alvinston, Ontario. 
White Cross Club. 



McClelland, margaret 

ANNE, B.A.; Secretarial 
Science; Toronto, Ontario 
Kappa Alpha Theto; 
Social Service Club; 
Occidentalia; 
Intramural Sports. 



\AcCOLL, MARGARET 
'ATRICIA, B.A.; Honours 
•nglish, London, Ontario. 
<appa Alpha ThetO; 
|Purple Patches; 
Hesperian Club. 







iMocDONALD, JUDITH 
McRAE, B.Sc ; Honours 

hemistry; London, Ontario. 
Pi Beta Phi; Science 
\/Vomen's Colloquium; 

hemical Itistitute of 
iConodo; Undergraduate 
jWomen's Organization. 



iMacDOUGALL, DEIRDRE 
vNN, B.A.; General Arts; 
.ondon, Ontario. 
3ccidentalia; U.C. Ball 
Committee; Purple Patches. 




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ALEXANDER, B.A.; General 
Arts; Clinton, Ontario. 
Purple Patches. 



MacGREGOR, SHEILA RUTH, 
B.A,: Honours English; 
London, Ontario. Liahona 
Fellowship- International 
Students" Club; Hesperian 
Club. 



MclNNIS, PATRICIA ANNE, 
B.A.; General Arts; St. 
Marys, Ontario. Intra- 
mural Badminton; 
Social Service Club. 






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McKEE, DAVID FERRIS, 


McNEIlL, MARILYN 


B A.; General Arts; 


YVONNE, B A.; General 


Hawkesbury, Ontario. 


Arts; Aylmer, Ontario. 


Interfaculty Football, 


Social Service Club; 


Curling; Canterbury Club. 


Liberal Club: Intramural 




Sports; Westminster Club 


McKINLEY, ROBERT 


McOUIILAN, ARCHIBALD 


DAVID, B,A ; Honours 


KENNETH, B.Sc; Honours 


English and Latin; 


Chemistry and Physics: 


London, Ontario. U.C.C; 


lucknow, Ontario. 


United Church Club; 


Canadion Association 


Hesperian Club; 


of Physicists; Newman 


Emmanuel Club. 


Club; C.I.C. 


MACKNESS, BETTY 


MacRAE, MARY ISOBEL, 


LORINTHA, B.A.; Honours 


B.A.; Honours Modern 


Arts; Camp Wainwright, 


Languages: London, 


Alberta. 


Ontario. 



McTAVISH, JAMES 
FRASER, B.A.; General 
Arts; Windsor, Ontario. 
United Church Club. 



McLAREN, MARY HELEN, 
B.A.: Secretarial Science; 
Ridgetown, Ontario. 
Kappa Alpha ThetO; 
Westminster Club; 
Psychology Club; Social 
Service Club; I.V.C.F. 



McLARTY, JEAN MARILYN, McWHINNIE, JUNE 

B.A ; General Arts; MARGARET, B.A.; General 

Ridgetown, Ontario. Arts; London, Ontario. 

Gamma Phi Beta; Purple 
Patches: Psychology Club: 
Le Cercle Francois. 



McLELLAN, ROBERT MAINERICH. EMILY 

FORBES, B.A.; General HELEN, B.A.: General Arts; 

Arts: Wallaceburg, Ontario. Kirkland Lake Ontario. 

Le Cercle Francois; Hesperian Club; W.U.S.C; 

Progressive Conservative W.U.S.C. Film Society. 
Club; Purple Patches. 



McLEOD, HALCYAN 
MARGARET ELLEN, B.A.; 
General Arts: Glen 
Huron, Ontario. 



MANNING, GEORGE 
RUSSELL, B A.: General 
Arts; London. Ontario. 
Debating Club- Inter- 
Colleniate Debating; 
Ski Club: SUN.; 
Underorarluote Invest- 
ment Club. 





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MANTZ, DOUGLAS CARL, MOORE, JACQUELINE ANN, 
B.A.; Honours English and B.A.; General Arts,- 
History; Whitby, Ontario. Woodstock, Ontario. 
Clio Ciub; Hesperian Club; Gamma Phi Beta; 
International Students Club; Canterbury Club; Psy- 
Intercollegiate Football. chology Club; Intramural 

Sports. 



MARKOU, SAMUEL MOORE, JUDY MYRA, 

PHILLIP, B.A.; General B.A.; General Arts; 

Arts; Toronto, Ontario. Burlington, Ontario. 

Sigma Chi; Polycon Club; Purple Patches; Intramural 
Canadian Unity Movement. Swimming. 







MUNDAY, ROBERT 
WILLIAM, B.A.; Honours 
Geography; Oshawa, 
Ontario. 



MURPHY, DIANNE 
SHIRLEY, B.A.; Secretarial 
Science; Toronto, Ontario. 
Purple Spur Society; 
Drum Maiorette; 
Pi Beta Phi. 







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MARSHALL, CAROL GWEN 
DOLEN, B.A.; General Arts; 
Ingersoll, Ontario. Purple 
Patches; Gamma Phi Beta; 
Psychology Club; 
Cheerleoding. 



MORNINGSTAR, CHARLES 
PETER, B.A.; Honours 
P.H.R.E.; London, Ontario. 
P.H.R.E. Club; Interfaculty 
Sports. 



MATHER, MYRNA DELL, MORRIS, JOAN CONSTANCE. 



B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. 
Occidentalio, Associate 
Editor; U.C. Ball 
Committee; Psychology 
Club; Social Service Club; 
Purple Patches. 



MAY, ROSS LAWRENCE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Toronto, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate Basketball. 



B.A.; Secretarial Science; 
Toronto, Ontario 
Occidentalio; U.C.C. 
Secretary. 



MOLONEY, PATRICIA 
GRANT, B.A.; General 
Arts; London, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; Pi Beta 
Phi; Cheerleoding. 



MORRIS, LOIS HARRIET, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Leamington, Ontario. 
U.W.O. Choir; White 
Cross Club; Emanuel Club; 
Student Christian 
Movement 



MUIR, GARY WILLIAM, 
B.A.; Honours English and 
History; Brantford, Ontario. 
Mustang Band; Purple 
Patches; Players Guild; 
U.N.T.D. 



MONTEITH, NANCY JANE, MULLIGAN, JUDITH ANN, 



B.A.; General Arts; 
Stratford, Ontario. 
U.C.C. Sub-Prefect; 
Intercollegiate Tennis, 
Basketball; Psychology 
Club; W.U.S.C. 



B.A.; Secretarial Science; 
Woodstock, Ontario. 



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MURRAY, HARRY GEORGE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Ingersoll, Ontario. 
Interfaculty Hockey, 
Golf; Model Parliament; 
Westminster Club; 
Liberal Club. 



NASH, FREDERICK CLAUDE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Riverside, Ontario. 
Social Service Club; 
Psychology Club; White 
Cross Club. 



NEILL, JOHN ADDISON, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. Western 
Christian Fellov^ship. 



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NELLES, MARY ANN, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration and 
Secretarial Science; 
Grimsby, Ontario. Pi Beta 
Phi; Debating Club; 
Canterbury Club; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club. 

NICHOLSON, EUGENE 
FRANCIS. B.A.: General 
Arts; Monkton, Ontario. 
Newman Club; Intramural 
Sports. 



NIEISEN, DONALD, B.A.; 
Honours PH. RE.; Oakville, 
Ontario, Intercollegiate 
Wrestling; Intramural Sports, 
Supervisor; El Circulo 
Hisponico; Colt Football, 
Assistant Coach. 



NIKIFORK, JOHN, E., 
B.A General Arts; 
Leamington, Ontario. 
Mustang Band; Geography 
ICIub; Ukranian Club; 
Conadian Unity Movement; 
Intramural Hockey, 
Basketball. 



^JISBET, RONALD JAMES, 
5. A.; General Arts; 
Jrockville, Ontario. LJ.W.O. 
hoir; Purple Patches; 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
Canterbury Club; 
ntercollegiate Rowing. 



^JISHIMURA, ARCHIE 
\KIRA, B.A.; General Arts; 
it. Catharines, Ontario. 
C.O.T.C; Intercollegiate 
A/restling- Liberal Club; 
svcholoav Club; 
pccidentalia. 



POICE, BARRY EDWARD, 

Honours Modern 
jnguoges- London, 
Ontario. Le Cercle Francois; 
ter Deutsche Club. 



JOPMINTON EDWARD 
OSEPH, B.A.: Honours 
Mathematics: Hensall, 
)ntario Colt Football; 
Mathematics Club; 
anadian Association of 
ihysicists; U W.O. 
ports Car Club. 



lUNAN. JOHN P., B.Sc, 
indon, Ontario. 




NYE, HARRIETTE MARY, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Sudbury, Ontario. Gamma 
Phi Beta; Purple Potches; 



PARKER, CAROLE MARY 
EVELYN, B.A.; General 
Arts; Harriston, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; Westminjter 



Newmon Club: Occidentalio; College Council; U.C.C. 
Intramurol Sports. Year Executive; W.U.S.C. 

Progressive Conservative 

Club 



O DONNELL, JAMES 
PATRICK, B.A.: General 
Arts London, Ontario. 
Undergraduate Engineering 
Society; Inferfacuify 
Basketball; Newman Club. 



PARKER, FRANKLIN DENIS, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Toronto, Ontario. Clio 
Club; Film Society; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club. 



OLSSON, LYNDA, S.M.A.; 
B.A., General Arts; 
London, Ontario. Gamma 
Phi Beta; Purple Pafch=S; 
Purple Spur Society; 
Occidentalio. 



ORR, ANNA ELIZABETH, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Parkhill, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; Inter- 
national Students Club; 
Philosophy Club; Social 
Service Club; White Cross 
Club, 



PARSONS, JEREMY I., 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Toronto, Ontario. 
Psychology Club; Jazz 
Club; Ukranian Club; 
Liberal Club; Musfong 
Band. 



PATTERSON, CAROL" LYNN, 
B.A.; Honours P.H.R.E.; 
Chatham, Ontario. Gamma 
Phi Beta; Purple Patches; 
Westminster College 
Council; Interpolitical 
Council; Women's 
Athletic Council. 



ORR, DONALD JACKSON, PEACOCK, MARGARET 
B.A.; Honours English and ELMA, B.A.; General Arts; 
History; Swastika, Ontario. ''°''' Credit, Ontario. 
Clio Club; Hesperian Club; Gamma Phi Beta; 
Interfaculty Hockey. Liberal Club; WW.U.S.C. — 

Chairman; Occidentalio. 



OSTRANDER, PATRICIA 
DIANE, B,A.; Secretarial 
Science; Tillsonburg, 
Ontario. Gamma Phi Beta; 
Occidentalio. 



PELLOW, JON CLARK, 
B A.; General Arts; 
Ingersoll, Ontorioo U.W.O. 
Broadcasting Society; 
Intramural Wrestling, 
Gymnostics; Interfaculty 
Hockey. 



PALKA, STANLEY JOHN, PETERSON, DONALD J., 

B.A.; General Arts; B.Sc; Honours Chemistry; 

St. Catharines, Ontario. London, Ontario. Purple 

Ukranian Club; Liberal Club. Patches- Occidentalio; 

Chemical Institute of 

Canada. 









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PHELPS, EDWARD CHARLES 
HOWARD, B.A.; Honours 
English and History; 
Sarnia, Ontario. U.S.C. 
Secretary; United Church 
Club; MacKinnon House 
Council. 



PHILLIPS, NANCY MARY 
EMILY, B.A.; General Arts; 
Owen Sound, Ontario. 
S.U.N. President; Lutheran 
Student Association; 
Gazette. 



POR, THOMAS ANTHONY, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
West Lome, Ontario. 




PRINGLE, WILLIAM RONALD, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Sutton West, Ontario. 
Intramural Football; 
Canterbury Club; 
Interfaculty Supervisor. 



PICKERSGILL, DONALD 
HAZEN, B.A.; Honours 
Mathematics; Tillsonburg, 
Ontario. Mathematics Club. 



PURDY, ALEXANDER DAVID 
GEORGE, B.A.; General 
Arts; Toronto, Ontario. 



PURVIS, WILLIAM JACK, 
B.A.; General Arts; Gore 
Bay, Ontario. Liberal Club. 



PIRRIE, SHARON ANN, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate 
Basketball; Westomac 
Volleyball; Women's 
Athletic Committee. 



PLAYFORD, JOHN REDINGER, RICHARD 

HAROLD, 8. A.; General NORMAN, B.A.; General 

Arts; Marathon, Ontario. Arts; West Lome, Ontario. 



POLLARD, MARGARET 
ANNE, B.A.; Honours 
Modern Languages; 
Tillsonburg, Ontario. 
El Circulo Hispanico; 
Kappa Alpha Theto; 
Gilbert and Sullivan. 



REID, PATRICIA ANN, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Toronto, Ontario. 
Psychology Club; 
Social Service Club; 
White Cross Club. 



POLLEN, WILLIAM GEORGE, ROBBINS, EDWARD WESTON, 



B.A.; General Arts; 
Exeter, Ontario. U.C.C. 
Speaker; Beta Theto Pi; 
Debating Society; 
>A/. U.S.C. Chairman; 
Jnited Church Club. 



B.A.; General Arts; 
Fletcher, Ontario. 
Badminton Club; 
Intramural Volleybal 
Basketball; 
Mathematics Club. 




ROBERTS, DAVID ALEXANDER 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Oshawa, Ontario. Purple 
Patches; Clio Club; 
Le Cercle Francois: 
Occidentalia. 



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ROBERTSON, JUDITH ANNE, 
B.A.; Honours English; 
Hamilton, Ontario. 
Sunday Nine O'clock; 
U.W.O. Choir; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Art Club. 



ROBERTSON, TERRY DALE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Wawa, Ontario. 
Intramural Sports; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Student Christian 
Movement. 



ROBERTSON, WENDY 
ELIZABETH, B.A.; 
Secretarial Science; 
Kitchener, Ontario. 
Purple Spur Society; 
Undergraduate Women's 
Organization; Pi Beta Phi 



ROELL, PIETER, J. H., 
B.A.; Journalism; 
Toronto, Ontario. 
Gazette; Zeta Psi; 
Circulo Hisponico. 



RONEY, JOHN PATRICK, 
B.A,; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. 



ROSE, MARGARET J., 
B.A.; Secretarial Science; 
Sarnia, Ontario. Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Social 
Service Club: Westminster 
Club; Occidentalia; 
Intramural Sports. 



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ROUNTREE, WILLIAM JOHN, 
B.A.; General Arts, 
Merriton, Ontario. 



RUDD. JUDITH STAFFORD, 
B.A.; Secretarial Science; 
Ottowo, Ontario. Kappa 
Alpha Theto; Progressive 
Conservative Club; 
W.U.S.C; Purple Patches. 



RUDKIN, DAVID WILLIAM, 
B.A.; Honours History; 
Windsor, Ontario. Clio 
Club; Russian Club; 
Conterbury Club. 



RUSSELL, REBECCA, 
B.A.; Generol Arts; 
Fergus, Ontario. Koppa 
Alpha Theto; Psychology 
Club; El Circulo Hispanico; 
Le Cercle Francois. 



RUSSELL, JAMES STUART 
DANIEL, B.A.; General 
Arts; Tilbury, Ontario. 
S.U.N.; Badminton Club; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Intramural Hockey. 



SANDERS, DOREEN MARION 
IMRS. R. A.), B.A.; 
.Journalism; St. Thomas, 
Ontorio. 



SAUNDERS, JOHN GERALD, 
B Sc: Honours Chemistry; 
Rockwood Ontario. 
Chemical Institute of 
Canada. 




SAUNDERS, SHEILA ANNE, 
B A.; Generol Arts; 
Lindsay, Ontario. 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Westminster Club; 
Intramural Sports. 



SAWCHUCK, WILLIAM, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Dunnviile, Ontario. 



SETTERINGTON, GARY PAUL, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Coburg, Ontorio Circle 
K Club: Clio Club; 
Liberal Club 



SHARPE, DAVID EVERETT, 
B.A.; General Arts: 
London, Ontario Beto 
Thela Pi; Purple Potches. 



SCHAEFER, WILLIAM 
THOMAS, B.A.: General 
Arts; Dunnviile, Ontario. 
Psychology Club; Der 



SHERIDAN, WILLIAM 
JAMES, B.A.: General Arts; 
Copper Cliff, Ontario. 
Sigma Chi- Purple Spur 



Deutsche Klub; Progressive Society; Circle K Club. 
Conservative Club. 



SCHIEL, JOHN MICHAEL, 
B.A.; Honours Psychology; 
Waterloo, Ontario. 
Psycholoay Club; 
Liberal Club. 



SHEWAN, DOROTHY 
MARGARET, B.A.; Generol 
Arts; Essex, Ontario. 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
W.U.S.C; United Church 
Club. 



SCOINS, RONALD GEORGE, SIMMONS, ALISON JOYCE, 
B.A.; Honours Mathematics; B.A.; Honours Geogrophy; 



Seaforth, Ontario. 
Interfoculfy Hockey; 
Mathematics Club: 
Intramural Football, 
Basketball. 



London, Ontario. 
Geography Club; 
Canadian Association 
of Geographers. 



SCOTT, BARBARA JOAN SIMPSON, GLEN GARFIELD, 
(TABERNER), B.A.; B.A.; Honours Economics; 

Secretarial Science: London, Ontario. 

Burlington, Ontario. Pi Beta Polycon Club; Debating 
Phi; Purple Potches. Club; Progressive 

Conservative Club. 





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SCOTT, JACK ARTHUR, 
B.A.: General Arts; 
Tillsonburg, Ontario. 
C.O.T.C. 



SINCLAIR, (MRS.) ANN 
CATHERINE. B.A.: General 
Arts london. Ontorio. 
Purple Potches; Psychology 
Club; Hesperian Club. 




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SINGH, RODERICK PATAUDI 
B.A.; General Arts,- 
Georgetown, British 
Guiana. International 
Students Club. 



SKINNER, JAMES GORDON, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. 
Geography Club; Gilbert 
ond Sullivan, 



SMITH, DAVID HENRY, 
B.Sc; Honours Geophysics; 
Dorking, Surrey, England, 
Intercollegiate Soccer; 
U.R.T.P.; Outcrop Club; 
Canadian Association of 
Physicists 



SMITH, WENDY ELIZABETH, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration and Sec- 
retarial Science; Oakville, 
Ontario. Pi Beta Phi; 
U.C.C; Purple Spur Society; 
Co-Convenor U.C. Ball; Under 
graduate Women's Organization. 







STELMACHUK, WALTER PETER, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Geraldton, Ontario. 



STEPANIUK, ANNA, B.A.; 
General Arts; London, 
Ontario. Ukranian Club; 
Psychology Club; Debating 
Club 



STINSON, JEAN LAVINA, 
B.A.; Honours French and 
Latin; Harriston, Ontario. 
Le Cercle Francois; United 
Church Club. 



STORY, DONALD RAY, B.A.; 
Honours Economics; Windsor, 
Ontario. Polycon Club; 
Liberal Club; United Church 
Club 





SPOONER, MARGARET MAE, B.A.; 
General Arts; Collingwood, 
Ontario. Purple Patches. 



STEELE, RICHARD CARLTON, 
B.A. Honours Economics; 
London, Ontario. Sigma 
Chi; Polycon Club; Intra- 
mural Sports. 



STEINBERG, CECILE, B.A., 
General Arts; London, 
Ontario. 




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SUMMERS, BARBARA ANN, B.A.; 
General Arts; Niagara Falls, 
Ontario. 






SUMNER, MUIR MAXWELL, B.Sc; 
Honours Chemistry; 
Ingersoll, Ontario. Chemical 
Institute of Canada. 



SUTER, INGEBORG, B.A.; 
Honours English and French; 
Lucknow, Ontario, le Cercle 
Francois: Der Deutsche Club; 
Hesperian Club; U.W.O. Choir. 



SZILARD, ANDREW LESLIE, 
B.A.; Honours Mathematics; 
London, Ontario. Beta 
Sioma Rho: Mathematics 
Club; International Students 
Club- W.U.S.C; intramural 
Waterpolo. 



SZVETKO, DENES, B.A.; 
Honours PH. RE.; London, 
Ontario. Intercollegiote 
Swimming. 





TAYLOR, THOMAS ROBERT, B.A.; 
General Arts; London, Ontario. 
U.R.T.P.; Science Club; Intra- 
mural Basketball. 




THIBAUDEAU, JOHN B., B.Sc; 
Honours Geology; St. Thomas, 
Ontario. Outcrop Club. 




THOMAS, BARBARA JEAN, B.A.; 
Secretarial Science; Guelph, 
Ontario. Gamma Phi Beta; 
Occidenfolio; Recording 
Secretary, U.S.C, U.C.C; 
U.C. Ball Committee: Westminster 
Club; Intramural Basketball, 
Bowling. 



THORBURN, WILLIAM ALLAN ANDREW 
B.A.; General Arts; Toronto, 
Ontario. Mustang Band: White 
Cross Club; Players' Guild; 
Purple Patches: Occidentalio; 
U.C. Ball Committee. 




TOPLACX, ELEANOR IRENE ANN, 
B.A.; General Arts; Port 
Arthur, Ontario. Gilbert and 
Sullivan; Hesperian Club; 
Liberal Club; Newman Club. 




TURJA, RAILI, B.A.; 
Generol Arts; Port 
Arthur, Ontario 
Liberal Club; Lutheron 
Students' Association; 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
Intramural Sports. 



VASS. BFNIAMIN, B.A., 
General Arts; Toronto, 
Ontorio 



VELLINGA, JOHN HERMAN, 
B.A.; Honours Mathematics; 
Chatham, Ontario. U.RT.P.; 
Mathematics Club; Intra- 
mural Hockey. 



VETTER, JOHN FREDERICK, 
B.A.: Honours Economics and 
Political Science: Kitchener, 
Ontario. C.C.F. New Party. 



WADDELL, EVA FRANCES, B.A.; 
General Arts; Ottawa. Ontorio. 
Liberal Club; Psychology Club; 
Purple Patches; Le Cercle 
Francois; Occidentalio. 



WADE, JAMES PAUL STEPHEN, 
B.A.; General Arts: Clorkson, 
Ontario. Sigma Chi; Inter- 
faculty Football: Inter- 
colleniate Wresting; 
Psychology Club. 



WALSH, GWENDOLYN ISABELL, 
B.A.; General Arts; Belgrave, 
Ontario. Gamma Phi Beta; 
W.U.S.C; Western Christian 
Fellowship Progressive 
Conservative Club; U.W.O. Choir. 










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WALWYN, SUZANNE MARION, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Toronto, Ontario. 
Purple Patches,- Ski 
Club; Synchronized 
Swimming; Progressive 
Conservative Club; 
Intramural Sports. 



WANSBROUGH, WILLIAM A. 
SANDY, B.A,; Honours 
P.H.R.E.; Ottawa, 
Ontario. Curling Club; 
Intramural Sports; U.C, 
Ball Committee; U.C.C. 



WAUGH, MARILYN LUCILE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Port Arthur, Ontario. 
Liberal Club; Science 
Women's Society. 



WEAVER, DAVID FRANKLIN, 
B.Sc; Honours 
Geophysics; Chatham, 
Ontario. Radio 
Amateurs' Club; Outcrop 
Club; Canadian Association 
of Physicists. 



WEBER, HUBERT GRAHAM, 
B.A.; Honours Economics 
and Political Science; 
Kitchener, Ontario. 
Polycon Club; Model 
Parliament; Newman Club; 
C.C.F. — New Party Club. 



WEBSTER, GEORGE RUSSELL, 
B.Sc; Honours Chemistry; 
BIyth, Ontario. U.W.O. 
Sports Car Club: Chemical 
Institute of Canada. 









WHARRAM, DONALD EDGAR, 
B.A.; Honours Arts; 
London, Ontario. 



WHELAN, BARRY LESLIE, 
B.A.; Geology; Sornia, 
Ontario. Outcrop Club; 
Geography Club; Inter- 
faculty Sports: U.C. 
Boll; Intercollegiiate 
Rowing. 



WHITE, HELEN ELAINE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Newmarket, Ontariio. 
Kappa Alpha Theto; 
W.U.S.C; White Cross 
Club; Intramural 
Sports 



WHITEHEAD, JAMES HARVEY, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Collingwood, Ontario. 
Intermediate Football; 
Interyear Debating. 



WILLIAMSON, DONALD JOHN, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Timmins, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate Wrestling, 
Football. 



WILSON, WILLIAM F. A., 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Oshawa, Ontario. 



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WILSON, WILLIAM HERBERT, 
B.Sc; Honours Chemistry; 
Moira County Down, North 
Ireland. Sigma Chi; 
Chemical Institute of 
Canada. 




WING, LOIS KATHLEEN, B.A.; 
Secretarial Science; 
Parry Sound, Ontario. 
Psychology Club; N.F.C.U.S.; 
Occidentalto; Social Service 
Club. 




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WITTIG, JOAN ELIZABETH, 
B.A.; General Arts; St. 
Catharines, Ontario. 
Gazette; Philosophy Club; 
Psychology Club. 




WOOD, MARY MARGARET, B.A. 
Secretarial Science; 
Oakville, Ontario. Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Occidentalio; 
Social Service Club. 




WOOD, WALTER ROY, B.A.; 
General Arts; Peterboro, 
Ontario. Intercollegiate 
Football; Wrestling; 
Interfaculty Sports. 




WOOLNER, ARTHUR STEWART, 
B.A ; Honours English and 
History; Brantford, Ontario. 
Clio Club; Hesperian Club; 
Interfaculty Sports. 



YIP, RODERICK W. J., B.Sc; 
Blubber Bay, British 
Columbia. 



YOUNG, CATHARINE ELAINE, 
B.A.; Honours English and 
French; London, Ontario. 
Hesperian Club; Le Cercie 
Francois; Purple Patches; 
Liahona Fellowship; United 
Church Club. 



YOUNG, -HELEN LOIS, B.A.; 
Secretarial Science; 
Algoma Mills, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate Sports; 
N.F.C.U.S. 



YOUNG, ROBbRT DOUGLAS, 
B.A.; General Arts; Gait, 
Ontario. Psychology 
Club; Social Service Club; 
White Cross Club. 



YOUNG, SALLY EVANNE, B.A.; 
General Arts: Chippawa, 
Ontario. Psychology Club; 
Art Club; Canterbury Club. 




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BIGHAM, JAMES C, B.A., Millbank, Ontario. 
BOBKIN, HOWARD J., B.A., Toronto, Ontario. 
BOLTON, BARBARA A., B.A., Mt. Brydges, Ontario 
BASH, CHARLES IAN, B.A., London, Ontario. 
BRISTOW, JAMES C, B.A., St. Thonnas, Ontario. 
BROWN, LENNOX J., B.A., Trinidad, West indies. 
BURGESS, DAVID R., B.A., London, Ontario. 

CORROTHERS, RONALD F., B.A., London, Ontario. 
CHURCH, RONALD L., B.A., Port Carling, Ontario. 

CRAWFORD, LARMOUR D., B.A., Byron, Ontario. 

DUNSTER, BRIAN J., B.A., London, Ontario. 

EIMANTAS, EDWARD A., B.A., London, Ontario. 
ENGLAND, GARY E., B.A., Port Dalhousie, Ontario 
EVANS, GEORGE L., B.A., Sarnia, Ontario. 

GENDRON, PETER R., B.A., London, Ontario. 
GOFF, JOHN R., B.A., Brantford, Ontario. 
GRIST, KENNETH R., B.A., Isliington, Ontario. 
GZIK, EDWARD A., B.A., Hamilton, Ontario. 

HAUCH, WILLIAM K., B.A., London, Ontario. 
HERBERT, MARTIN C, B.A., Ingersoll, Ontario. 
HOBBS, GORDON D., B.A., London, Ontario. 
HUNTER, EDWARD B., B.A., London, Ontario. 

IRWIN, NORMAN B., B.A., London, Ontario. 

KIRKBY, WILLIAM E., B.A., Stratford, Ontario. 

LAWSON, WILLIAM J., B.A., Downsview, Ontario. 
LEACH, GORDON F., B.A., London, Ontario. 
LEWIS, JOHN C, B.A., Sarnia, Ontario. 
LIEBMON, EDWIN, B.A., Toronto, Ontario. 
LOCKHART, SUSAN JANE, B.A., Aylmer, Ontario. 
LOFTUS, FRANK J., B.A., London, Ontario. 
LUBOTTA, LAWRENCE A., B.A., Hamilton, Ontario. 

MANN, EDWARD J., B.A., London, Ontario. 

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MATWICHUK, BILL, B.A., Kapuskosing, Ontario. 
MacKAY, MERI CATHERINE, B.A., London, Ontario 
McNALLY, KEITH J., B.A., Tillsonburg, Ontario. 
McTAVISH, DONALD, B.A., Toronto, Ontario. 
MORROW, DWIGHT W., B.A., Ottawa, Ontario. 
MOUSSEAU, GILLES A., B.A., Cornwall, Ontario. 

NEAL, MURRAY W ., B.A., St. Thomas, Ontario. 

OGLETREE, JOHN F., B.Sc, llderton, Ontario. 
OSLER, ANDREW M., B.A., Toronto, Ontario. 

PARE, JOHN D., B.A., Timmins, Ontario. 
PETERS, GARY W., B.A., Chatham, Ontario. 
PLUTA, LEONARD, B.A., Poland. 
POLLOCK, JAMES G., B.A., Strathroy, Ontario. 
PRIEKSAITES, WILLIAM W., B.A., Rodney, Ontario. 

RAYNER, WES BRIAN, B.A., London, Ontario. 
ROBERTS, BARRY B., B.A., Brantford, Ontario. 
ROLSTON, LINDA C, B.A., Little Current, Ontario. 

SCOTT, ROBERT W., B.A., London, Ontario. 

SHAHEEN, ALBERT G., B.A., Kirkland Lake, 
Ontario. 

SHEPHERD, JOHN W., B.A., London, Ontario. 

SMITH, LARRY D. N., B.A., St. Thomas, Ontario. 

STACEY, GEORGE, B.A., Chatham, Ontario. 

STANDING, JAMES W., B.A., London, Ontario. 

STANLEY, JAMES S., B.A., London, Ontario. 

STILING, BARBARA J., B.A., London, Ontario. 

SULLIVAN, JOHN, B.A., London, Ontario. 

TELFORD, PETER, B.A., Owen Sound, Ontario. 
THOMSON, GRACE H., B.A., London, Ontario. 
TREMAINE, WILLIAM G., B.A., Gait, Ontario. 

UBALDI, ERIC A., B.A., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. 

WINGER, KENNETH W., B.A., Leamington, Ontario 

ZINKEWICH, GERALDINE E., B.A., London, Ontario 




S. F. Maine 



Through their long history the universities have been the homes 
of diverse philosophies and ideals and this is part of their genius. 
There is an extensive literature that casts them in "the role of 
preservers of a limited learning for a limited iew, born to the 
student lamp and the purple." This is the aristocratic concept. 
Fortunately the democratic view also has many friends and 
champions in the Universities. Oxford, Cambridge, and London 
showed a laudable respect for the possibilities of "mass culture" 
when they supported the Workers' Education Association as did 
the University of London when it established its external division. 

Summer Schools and Extension Departments attest to the in- 
terest of most of the Canadian Universities in persons off, as well 
as on campus, who have a healthy desire for further knowledge 
and intellectual discipline. The fact that some seventeen hundred 
students have obtained degrees at this University, in part at least, 
through Summer School, Extension, and Correspondence work, re- 
veals a worthy response to opportunity on the part of many 
people. 

This University has token its name seriously and is in fact as 
well as in name the University of Western Ontario for through its 
Extension Department it offers courses in fourteen centres in West- 
ern Ontario outside London and in addition holds classes in three 
•centres in North-Western Ontario. 

This interplay between an institution of higher learning on the 
one hand and many people with a desire to learn on the other, 
is a significant and satisfying feature in our educational life. 




ALLEN, THOMAS IAN 
ALEXANDER, B.A., General 
Arts,- London, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate Squash; 
U.W.O. Choir; Polycon 
Club; French Club. 



BETTIOL, IRENE CECILLE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Schumacher, Ontario. 



BOOTH, JUDITH ANNE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Riverside, Ontario. 
Psychology Club; Jazz 
Club; Canterbury Club. 



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BRICK, FRANK AMBROSE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Ennismore, Ontario. 
Drama. 



BROWN, GLEN WALLACE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Sault Ste. Marie, 
Ontario. Swimming. 



CAMPBELL, ROBERT H., 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Golt, Ontario. 



CAPLAN, JOEL ANTHONY, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Willowdale, Ontario. 
S.U.N.; Psychology Club; 
Liberal Club; Inter- 
faculty Hockey, Baseball. 



CLAYTON, WILMOT G., 
B.A.; General Arfs; 
Port Colborne, Ontario. 



COX, GLENWOOD THOMAS 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Guelph, Ontario. 



DAVIDSON, ARTHUR L., 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Owen Sound, Ontario. 






HALL, ALLAN JAMES, 
B.A.; General Artj; 
Ingerjoll, Onrorio. 



HALL, ELWIN, B.A.; 
General Arts; Ayr, 
Ontario. 



HAYTON, MYRTA, B.A.; 
General Arts; Kirkland 
Lake, Ontario. Drama 
Club; Psychology Club. 



HEIMPEL, MARJORY 
ELIZABETH, B.A.; 
General Arts; Hanover, 
Ontario. 






DEWAR, SHANNO CLAIRE, 
B.A.; General Arts,- 
Chatham, Ontario. 



FORLER, ALVIN BURTON, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Kitchener, Ontario. 



GILMAR, DON, B.A. 
General Arts; Gait, 
Ontario. 





HUTCH'NSON, ROBERT W., 
B.A.; General Arts; 
WillowcJale, Ontorio. 



JAGOE, RICHARD GALE, 
B.A.: General Arts; 
St. Thomas, Ontario. 



JOLLIFFE, FREDERICK E., 
B.A.; General ArfS; 
Wolkerton, Ontario. 







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LEATHAM, JOSEPH ROY, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Listowel, Ontario. 
Intramural Sports. 



McCANCE, MURRAY ALLEN, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
St. Thomas, Ontario. 



McKAY, RAE McLEOD, 
B.A,; General Arts; 
Brantford, Ontario. 



PHILLIPS, FREDERICK 
HENRY, B.A.; General 
Arts; Brantford, Ontario. 



PISKO, MILAN, B.A.; 
General Arts; Windsor, 
Ontario. Summer School 
Baseball. 



SIMMONS, KENNETH 
DOUGLAS, B.A.; General 
Arts; Brantford, Ontario. 









SMITH, NANCY, B.A.; 

General Arts; 

St. Catharines, Ontario. 



STURGIS, BEVERLEY, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Eheter, Ontario. 
Beta Theta Pi. 



TOPP, RAY HOWARD, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Brantford, Ontario. 



WARING, PAUL, B.A. 
General Arts. 



WHITE, GEORGE, B.A.; 
General Arts; Gait, 
Ontario. 



ZAVITZ, HARRIS, B.A.; 
General Arts; Niagara 
Falls, Ontario. 



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Today we are in the midst of what has been termed The 
Scientific Revolution. Much of the knowledge which brought this 
about, has been gained during your lifetime — today our com- 
prehension of the secrets of nature is broadening at an unpre- 
cedented rate. 

These are indeed exciting and challenging times! To keep pace 
with activity in the fields of basic sciences, the Engineering Pro- 
fession must be strengthened and expanded and it is here that 
your challenge and your opportunity lies. It is for you — as Engin- 
eers to ensure that tomorrow as in the past your Profession makes 
a real contribution to the development of Canada - — for the 
benefit of Canadians in particular and mankind, as a whole. 

In this respect I could hold out no brighter hope for each of 
you — than that you will do as well as Western graduates of 
the past, whose number it is now your privilege to join. 

To all of you in Engineering Science '61 I wish every happiness 
and success for the future. 



R. M. Dillon 




ARMSTRONG, THOMAS 
DONALD, B.E.Sc; 
Paisley, Ontario. 
Intramural Sports; 
U.E.S.; Engineering 
Institute of Canada. 



BAIGENT, ALAN HERBERT, 
B.E.Sc; Electrical; 
Thamesford, Ontario. 
Sunday Nine O'Clock; 
U.E.S.; U.W.O. Choir; 
United Church Club; 
Engineering Institute 
of Canada. 



BOZEK, RICHARD JOHN, 
B.E.Sc; Electrical; 
Burford, Ontario. 
Intramural Track. 




CASTLE, GEORGE SAMUEL 
PETER, B.E.Sc.; 
Electrical; London, 
Ontario. Beta Theta 
Pi; U.E.S. 



CLUTTERBUCK, RAY GILBERT, 
B.E.Sc.; Mechanical; 
Port Stanley, Ontario. 
U.E.S.; Engineering 
Institute of Canada. 



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CORLESS, CHARLES 
EUGENE, B.E.Sc; 
Civil; Springfield, 
Ontario. U.E.S.; 
Engineering 
Institute of Canada. 



DUFFY, JOHN PATRICK, 
B.E.Sc; Chemical; 
Glanworth, Ontario. 
Engineering Newsletter; 
U.E.S.; Intramural De- 
bating; Engineering 
Institute of Canada. 



EGENER, IAN DONALD 
MARK, B.E.Sc.; 
Mechanicol; London, 
Ontario. U.E.S.; 
Engineering Institute 
of Canada. 



FLEMING, WILLIAM 
REEVES, B.E.Sc.; 
Electrical; Port 
Credit, Ontario. 
U.E.S. Council; Beta 
Theto PI. 



LYONS, JAMES ANGUS, 
B E^c- Ennineering 
Science; Belmont, 
Ontario. U.E.S.; 
Engineering Institute 
of Canada. 



MacARTHUR, JOHN 
DUNCAN, B.E.Sc.; 
Chemical; Walkerton, 
Ontorio U.E.S.; 
Enalneering Institute 
of Canada; Medway Hall 
Residence Council. 









McKIM, MICHAEL BRUCE, 
B.E.Sc.; Engineering 
Science; Chatham, 
Ontario. Interfaculty 
Sports; C.K.C. Students' 
Council; Engineering 
Newsletter; U.E.S. 




NISHIMOTO, ELMER 
JUNICHI, B.E.Sc.; 
Electrical; St. Thomas, 
Ontario. Interfaculty 
Golf; U.E.S. 




PARTLO, DONALD DOUGLAS, 
B.E.Sc.; Civil; St. 
Thomas, Ontario. 
Engineering Paper; 
Engineering Institute of 
Canada; U.E.S.; Intra- 
mural Sports. 



SCHERER, JOHN STEPHEN, 
B.E Sc; Mechanical; 
Thamesville, Ontario. 
U.E.S.; Engineering 
Institute of Canada. 



SETTERINGTON, GEORGE 
COLIN, B.E.Sc.; Engineer- 
ing Science; Leamington, 
Ontario. Intramural 
Sports; U.E.S.; Engineer- 
ing Institute of Canada. 



SUTER, GARY THEODORE, 
B.E.Sc.; Engineering 
Science; Lucknow, Ontario. 

U.E.S.; N.F.C.U.S.; U.S.C; 

German Club; Beta Theta Pi. 






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MUSIC TEACHERS' COLLEGE 

FAGAN, GERALD R., B.A., London, Ontario. 

HEWITT, ANITA M., B.A., London, Ontario. 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

WOOD, DONALD M., B.A., London, Ontario. 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 

CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS R., B.Sc, Wollaceburg, 
Ontario. 

FLETZER, KARL, B.Sc, Woodstock, Ontario. 

OFNER, TON, B.Sc, London, Ontario. 

ZELINSKI, PETER, B.Sc, London, Ontario. 

COLLEGE OF CHRIST THE KING 

NASTASIUK, WILLIAM, B.A., Timmins, Ontario. 

NOZAKI, MARCELINO H., B.A., Tatsuka Ku, 
Japan. 

HURON COLLEGE 

BURGIN, FREDERICK H., B.A., Kirkton, Ontario. 

DAVIS, LINDA, B.A., Toronto, Ontario. 

DAYMOND, DOUGLAS M., B.A., Chatham, 
Ontario. 

HALL, RICHARD T., B.A., Toronto, Ontario. 

MACDONNELL, ARCHIE M., B.A., Toronto, Ontario 
McLACHLIN, DANIEL, B.A., Burlington, Ontario. 
MILLER, ELOISE L., B.A., Newmarket, Ontario. 

PADY, JACK R., B.A., Gormiey, Ontario. 
PRIOR, MICHAEL B., B.A., Sarnia, Ontario. 

ROBINSON, JOHN M., B.A., Hamilton, Ontario. 

TOMNSHEND, C. ROBERT, B.A., London, Ontario. 

WARD, ROBERT G., B.A., Glencoe, Ontario. 

SCHOOL OF NURSING 

ALLCROFT, ROBERTA M., D.N.Ed., London, Ontario 

ANDERSON, JEAN, D.N.Ed., Stouffville, Ontario. 
BRAZIER, JANET, D.N.Ed., Timmins, Ontario. 



CADIEUX, I. ROCHELLE, D. P.H.N. , Manitoulin 

Island, Ontario. 
CAMERON, JOANN C, D.N.Ed., Lambeth, Ontario 
CLARK, MARYANN, D.N.S.A., Toronto, Ontario. 

DUGGAN, JOSEPHINE C, D.N.Ed., Fenelon Falls, 
Ontario. 

FERGUSON, ANNE E., B.Sc.N., Weston, Ontario. 

GREENWOOD, EILEEN, B.ScN., Strathroy, Ontario 

HAMMETT, NANCY E., D.P.H.N., Toronto, Ontario 
HEUSTIS, ISABEL, B.Sc.N., Woodstock, Ontario. 

JAMESON, SHIRLEY, D.N.S.A., Inglewood, Ontario 
JOHNSON, M. ELIZABETH, B.Sc.N., London, 
Ontario. 

KERR, JAMES F., D.P.H.N., Carlisle, Ontario. 
KINGSLAND, DAWN S., D.N.S.A., Toronto, Ontario 
KOBE, ANNE A., D.P.H.N., London, Ontario. 
KRIKORIAN, MYRNA, B.Sc.N., St. Catharines, 
Ontario. 

LAMB, J. CHRISTINE, D.P.H.N., Bowmanville, 
Ontario. 

MAKKOWETSKY, ADELINE, D.N.S.A., Chatham, 

Ontario. 
MILLS, ROSE MARIE, D.N.S.A., Muirkirk, Ontario. 
McDonald, harry, D.N.S.A., London, Ontario. 

NEILL, ANNE B., D.N.Ed., South Porcupine, 
Ontario. 

PATTERSON, ALMA E., D.N.Ed., Ethel, Ontario. 
PICKARD, JOYCE J., D.N.Ed., Toronto, Ontario. 

RENAUD, M. ANTOINETTE D.N.Ed., Windsor, 
Ontario. 

STICKLAND, IRENE, B.Sc.N., London, Ontario. 

TAILLON, M. KATHLEEN, D.N.Ed., Cornwall, 

Ontario. 
TANAKY, ARCKY, B.Sc.N., Hamilton, Ontario. 
THOMAS, ALISON G., D.P.H.N., London, Ontario. 
TIFFNEY, HELEN P., B.Sc.N., Merriton, Ontario. 

WEIR, PHYLLIS, B.Sc.N., London, Ontario. 



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Greetings and most sincere congratulations to the Class, Meds 
"61. Like many classes which have gone before, it may confi- 
dently be expected that you will add lustre to the Faculty of 
Medicine of The University of Western Ontario, and gain the 
respect and thanks of the public you will serve. 

Since Medicine in the broadest sense touches practically every 
aspect of human endeavour, as graduates about to begin the 
practice of your profession, you have many vistas opening to 
you in practically all of which you will find a real challenge 
to better the lot of man. 

Good luck to oil of you. 



J. B. Collip 




BATTERSBY, GEOFFREY 

SCHOFIELD, B.A., M.D.; 

Lindsay, Ontario. 

Alpha Koppo Kappa; U.S.C.; 

Purple Spur Society; U.W.O. 

Mustang Band; Medical 

Journal. 




BELL, IAN, B.A., M.D.; 
Hamilton, Ontario. 
Alpha Kappa Kappo; Meds 
Merrymakers; Medical 
Journal. 




BELL, ALLETTA GRACE, 
M.D.; Tiverton, Ontario. 
Science Women's Colloquium; 
Western Christian Fellowship; 
Tochycordio. 




BERDUSCO, ARTHUR RENO, 
M.D.; Wawa, Ontario. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Inter- 
facultv Hockey, Badminton; 
Medical Journal; Meds 
Choir; U.W.O. Mustang 
Band. 



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BICKLE, GRAHAM S., M.D.; 
Kitchener, Ontario. 
U.N.T.D.; Reserve Navy; 

Intervarsity Christian 
Fellowship; Rowing Club. 




BRACALENTI, IVAN ANTHONY, 
M.D.; Hamilton, Ontario. 
Alpha Koppa Kappa, Meds Merry- 
makers; Linacre Society; 
Hippocratic Council; Medical 
Journal. 



BURKE, CATHERINE MAUREEN, 
M.D.; Grand Bend, Ontario. 
Science Women's Colloquium; 
Tachycardia; Pi Beta Phi; 
Historian Meds '61; Linacre 
Society. 



COATES, ROBERT KEITH, B.A., 
M.D.; London, Ontario. 
Beta Theta Pi; Interfraternity 
Council; Hippocratic Council; 
Intramural Sports; Class 
President '61 . 






COLLIE, ROSS JAMES, M.D.; 
Kitchener, Ontario. 
Medical Journal; Osier 
Society; Intramural 
Football; Rowing Club. 




COLWILL, JAMES REGINALD, M.D.; 
Thorndale, Ontario. Osier 
Society; Chairman, Sunday 
Nine O'clock. 



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CORRIN, ROGER CLYDE, M.D.; 
London, Ontario. Intramural 
Football, Basketball; Medical 
Journal; Tachycardia; 
Osier Society. 




CURRIE, ROSS EDWARD, M.D., 
Gait, Ontario. Alpha 
Kappa Koppa; Tachycardio; 
Intramural Sports; Medical 
Journal. 



DUFF, BRUCE ROY, B.A., M.D.; 
Toronto, Ontario. 



FLEMING, DANIEL MARVIN, 
M.D.; London. Ontario. 



GALBRAITH, DONALD ANGUS, 
M.D.; Sault Ste. Marie, 
Ontario. A.O.A. Society; 
Meds Choir; Osier Society; 
Rowing Club; Intervarsity 
Christian Fellowship. 



GARDINER, ROBERT JOHN, M.D., 
London, Ontario. Alpha 
Koppa Kappo; U.S.C; Purple 
Spur Society; Osier Society; 
Meds Merrymakers; A.O.A. 
Society. 



GIBSON, WILLIAM GIFFIN, 
M.D.; Pittsburgh, Penn- 
sylvania. 



GOLDSTEIN, FRANK PHILLIP, 
M.D.; Toronto, Ontario. 
President, Beta Sigma Rho; 
Interfoculty Hockey, 
Basketball; Interfoculty 
Tennis Champion. 







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GRANTON, BERNARD WILLIAM, 
M.D.; Toronto, Ontario. 
Alpha Kappa Kappo; Meds 
Gazette; Hippocrctic 
Council; Tachycardia; 
Meds Choir, 




GUGINO, GEORGE JOHN, B.A., 
M.D.; Reese, Michigan. 
Tachycardia 




HARTOG, JOHN H., M.D.; 
London, Ontorio. Alpha 
Kappa Kappa. 




HISCOCK, ROBERT JAMES, 
B.A., M.D.; Sudbury, 
Ontario. Delta Upsilon; 
C. A. M.S. I.; Meds Gazette; 
Interfoculty Sports. 




HOBBS, CAROLYNNE ANNE, M.D.; 
London, Ontario. A.O.A. 
Society; Medical Journal; 
Tachycardia; Alumni Gazette; 
Intramural Sports. 







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ING, TOM G. E., M.D.; 
Toronto, Ontario. 
President, Overseas Chinese 
Student Association; 
International Students' Club. 




JONES, STEWART F., B.A., M.D.; 
Hamilton, Ontario. 
Tachycardia. 





KEELING, CLIFFORD JOHN, M.D.; 
Owen Sound, Ontario. A.O.A. 
Society; Intramural Hockey. 



KEFFER, GLEN WARREN, M.D.; 
Newmarket, Ontario. Meds 
Choir; Osier Society; 
Intramural Sports. 



KENDRICK, MICHAEL JOSEPH, M.D.; 
Guelph, Ontario. C.O.T.C; 
Intiamural Sports; Newman 
Club; Rowing Club. 



KIFF, RAYMOND DOUGLAS, M.D.; 
London, Ontario. Alpha 
Koppo Kappo; Meds Choir; 
Intercollegiate Track and 
Field; Intramural Wrestling, 
Football. 



LAMONT, KENNETH GEORGE, M.D., 
Strafford, Ontario. Sigma 
Chi; Intramural Sports. 



LYALL, WILLIAM ALAN, 
LINDSAY, M.D.; Brantford, 
Ontario. 



MAIDENBURG, ROBERT O. 
M.D.; Toronto, Ontario. 
Beta Sigma Rho; Inter- 
foculty Doubles Tennis 
Championship; Inter- 
faculty Sports; Intra- 
mural Sports 



McDERMIO, JAMES 
McKINNON, B.A., M.D.; 
London, Ontario. Delta 
Upsilon; Purple Spur; 
Society; Purple Potches; 
Intramural Sports. 





McDonald, john 
william david, m.d.; 

London, Ontario Alpho 
Kappa Koppo; Medical 
Journal; Hippocratic 
Council, Meds Merry- 
makers; A.O.A. Society. 





McDonald, keith g., 

M.D.; London, Ontario. 




MclNTOSH, JAMES DUNCAN, 
M.D.; Ancaster, Ontario. 
Meds Choir; Meds 
Merry nnakers. 





MAYALL, BRIAN HOLDEN, 
B A., M D.; Byron, Ontario. 
Osier Society; A.O.A. 
Society; Meds Merrymakers; 
Medical Journal; 
Intramural Sports. 





\AEADS, GEORGE EDGAR, 
\^.D.: Oxford, Michigan, 
iigmo Chi; Intercollegiate 
oofball; Intramural 
■ ports, Hippocratic 
'ouncil; Class President. 





MILAWSKI, WILLIAM, 
B.A., M.D.; Hamilton, 
Ontario. Tochycordio. 



SHOULDICE, EAPLE 
BYRNES. 8. A., M.D. 
Toronto, Ontorio. 



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NANCEKIEVILL, IVAN STEEVES, RICHARD 

WILLIAM, M D.; ALLISON. M.D.; 

Woodville, Ontario. Meds London, Ontario. 

Choir; Inter-Varsity Osier Society; 

Christian Fellowship. Unitarian Club 




PARTHENIS, ALEXANDER, SUTTON, MARILYN DIANE, 
B.Sc, M.Sc , M.D.; M D.; Sudbury, Ontario. 

London, Ontario. Science Women's Colloquium; 

Canterbury Club; Intra- 
mural Sports; Tachycardia. 



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POSEN, GERALD ALLAN, THOMPSON, JOHN MARCUS, 

M.D.; Toronto, Ontario. M.D.; London, Ontario. 

Beta Sigma Rho; Alpha Kappa Kappo; A.O.A.; 

Intramural Swimming; Intercollegiate Swimming. 
Intramural Basketball. 




SCARFF, MICHAEL ARTHUR THORNER, LORNE REGINALD, 
B.A., M.D ; Riverside, M.D.; London, Ontario. 

Ontario. Delta Upsilon; 
Osier Society. 




SCHULTZ, EDWARD BRUCE, THURLOW, HUBERT JOHN, M D. 
M.D.; Gait, Ontario. London, Ontario. Meds 

Merrymokers; Hippocrotic 

Council; Purple Porches; 

Medical Journal; Ployers 

Guild. 




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WALLRAP, ALBERT ADOLF 
YAKOB, M.D.; Sudbury, 
Ontario. Newman Club. 




WOOD, THOMAS ERICSON, 
M.D.,- Chatham, Ontario. 
A.O.A. Society; Sunday 
Nine O'clock. 




ZALTZ, CHARLES, M.D.; 
Brontford, Ontario. 
Beta Sigma Rho; Meds 
Merrymakers; A.O.A. 
Society. 




GASEWICZ, STANLEY 
ADAM, M.D.; St. 
Catharines. Ontario. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; 
Medical Journal. 




BIAGIONI, EUGENE, M.D., 
Hamilton, Ontario. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; 
Medical Journal; 
Linacre Society; Meds 
Choir; Interfaculty 
Track and Field. 




READ, JOHN GAINER, 
M.D.; London, Ontario. 
Beta Theta Pi; Purple 
Patches; Meds Choir. 



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WILLIAMS, RALPH CARL, 
M.D.; London, Ontario. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; 
Interfaculty Sports; 
Tachycardia. 



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Just as Western is changing so is the world outside. If you 
take anything away from here we hope that it is the ability to 
appreciate change, to assess change and to adapt yourself as 
your conscience dictates. This university hopes that it has instilled 
in you an ability to think, which if properly put to use will guar- 
antee you a useful, fruitful and enjoyable life. 

All good luck. 



F. W. P. Jones 




ADAMS, FREDERICK 
MILTON, B.A.; Honours 
Business Administration; 
London, Ontario. Gazette; 
Occidentalia 




ARNOLD, JOHN PETER, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Admiristration; Lome 
Park, Ontario. Zeta Psi; 
Intramural Sports; 
Business Council. 




ANDERSON, ROBERT ALLEN, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Parry 
Sound, Ontario. Sigma Chi. 








AUSTIN, CHARLES TAIT, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Sudbury, 
Ontario. President, 
Business Council; 
Intercollegiate Skiing; 
Interfaculty Sports; 
Marketing Club. 



BADGLEY, FRANK H., 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administrofion; Toronto, 
Ontario. Players 
Guild; Purple Patches,- 
Gilbert and Sullivan. 



BAKER, SCOTT CHARLES 
NORCLIFFE, B.A.; Honours 
Business Administration,- 
Toronto, Ontario. Koppa 
Alpha; Colt Bosketboll; 
U.S.C, Minister of 
Finance; Intramural Sports. 



BOYD, JOHN MILLER, B.A.; 
Honours Business Adminis- 
tration; Cornwall, Ontario. 
Zeta Psi; Ivey Leaguers; 
Marketing Club. 



BRATTI, ROBERT ANTHONY, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Zeta Psi; 
Business Council; Ivey 
Leaguers; Purple Patches; 
Investment Club. 



BRAUN, PETER, B.A.; 
Honours Business 
Administration; 
Hamilton, Ontario. 
Ivey Leaguers; Debating 
Club; Gilbert and 
Sullivan; Marketing Club. 



BRISTER, STUART B., 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; London, 
Ontario. Intramural 
Sports; N.F.C.U.S.; 
Debating Club; Business 
School Speakers Committee; 
Marketing Club; Investment 
Club. 



CASSIDY, GEORGE IRWIN, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administrotion; Toronto, 
Ontario. Intramural 
Badminton: Investment 
Club- Sigma Chi; Inter- 
Collegiate Badminton. 








CLEMENCE, JOHN CHRISTOPHER, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Investment Club; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Debating Club; 
Marketing Club. 



COOPER, BARRY, B.A,; 
Honours Business Adminis- 
tration- Norando, Quebec. 
Marketing Club; Open 
House Committee. 



CROZIER, THANE HARTWELL 
BRUCE, B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Chapleau, 
Ontario. Intramural Hockey; 
President, Liberal Club; 
Ukranicn Club; Inter-Political 
Club Council. 



DAVIDSON, CHARLES BAILES, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration- Comobellford, 
Ontario. Marketinq Club; 
Open House Convenor. 



DE MAIO, DOMINIC MICHAEL, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Intramural Football; 
Intramural Floor Hockey; 
Marketing Club; Newman Club. 



ERASER, GEOFFREY WESTMAN, 
B.A,; Honours Business 
Adniinistration; Falcon- 
bridge, Ontario. White 
Cross Club; Investment 
Ctub; Curling Club. 



FREEMAN, CECIL LAWRENCE, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Havana, 
Cuba. Inter-Collegiate 
Swimming; Intramural Squash, 
Woter Polo and Track and 
Field; King of Business Boll. 




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GORDON, CRAWFORD, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Zeta Psi; 
Business Council; Intra- 
mural Sports; Intercollegiate 
Squash; Investment Club; 
Marketing Club. 



GUEST, RICHARD DARRELL, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; London, 
Ontario. Interfaculty 
Sports; Ivey Leaguers; 
Marketing Club; Psychology 
Club, 



HANCOCK, PETER FRANKLIN, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. White Cross Club; 
Sunday Nine O'Clock; 
Harrier Team; Investment 
Club; Progressive Conservative 
Club. 



HEARN, MICHAEL M., B.A.; 
Honours Business Adminis- 
tration; Kitchener, Ontario. 
Marketing Club; Ivey 
Leoguers; Intramural 
Sports. 



HOCKIN, THOMAS ALEXANDER, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; London, 
Ontario. U.S.C; U.C.C; 
Debating Club; Delta 
Upsilon; Investment Club; 
Intercollegiate Track; 
Circle K Club; International 
Affairs Commission. 



HUGHES, TERRENCE JOSEPH, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Hamilton, 
Ontario. Nevv'man Club 
Executive; Marketing Club; 
U.S.C. Internal Audit 
Committee. 



HUMBY, DONALD ARTHUR JAMES, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; London, 
Ontario. Intramural Sports; 
Marketing Club; Business 
Council. 








INNES, RICHARD DENT, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Woodstock, 
Ontario. Zeta Psi; Circle 
K Club; Marketing Club; 
Canterbury Club. 



IRWIN, THOMAS R., B.A.; 
Honours Business Adminis- 
tration; Toronto, Ontario. 
Sigma Chi; Business Manager, 
Purple Patches. 



JAMIESON, GEORGE EDWARD, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Guelph, 
Ontario. Intramural Golf 
and Hockey; Marketing Club; 
Speakers' Committee; 
N.F.C.U.S.; Newman Club. 



JOHNSON, REGINALD W., 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Interfaculty 
Hockey and Football; Ivey 
Leaguers; Liberal Club; 
White Cross Club. 



KASPARIAN, GREGORY HAROLD, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Leaside, 
Ontario. Delta Upsilon; 
White Cross Club; Ivey 
Leaguers; Rowing Club. 



KLEIN, JOHNATHAN FREDERICK, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Sigma Chi; Circle 
K Club; Investment Club; 
Treasurer, Medway Hall 
Council; Players Guild. 



KOSKIE, MICHAEL H., 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Hamilton, 
Ontario. Beta Sigma Rho. 



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LEAVENS, KENNETH ROBERT, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Thisfletown, 
Ontario. Intramural Football 
and Hockey; Kappa Alpha, 
Editor, Business Newsletter. 




LUBELL, MICHAEL JOEL, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Beta Sigma 
Rho. 



MARMAN, WILLIAM LANCE, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Woodstock, 
Ontario. Business Council; 
Orientation Committee; 
Marketing Club; Ivey 
Leaguers. 




McCALLUM, LAWRENCE DUNCAN. 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration- London, 
Ontario. Kappa Alpha; 
Business Newsletter. 



McDonald, douglas james 

B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Petrolia, 
Ontario. Manager, Mustang 
Band; Zeta Psi; Marketing 
Club; Purple Patches. 



McGORMAN, DONALD JAMES, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Dresden, 
Ontario. Business Council; 
Business Forum; Investment 
Club. 





McKEE, EARL ALEXANDER, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Waterloo, 
Ontario. Intercollegiate 
Hockey; Intramural Sports; 
Ivey Leaguers. 




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McRAE, DUNCAN JAMES, 
B.A Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Delta Upsilon; 
Circle K Club; Purple 
Patches; Progressive 
Conservative Club; Marketing 
Club; Westminister Club. 



MILL, ALAN ROBERT M., 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; London, 
Ontario. Zeta Psi; Ivey 
Leaguers; Intramural 
Sports: Marketing Club; 
Investment Club. 



PEIRCE. RONALD C, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. R.C.A.F. 
Auxiliary. 



PILKEY, BROCK CLYDE, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Burlington, 
Ontario. Investment 
Club; Ivey Leaguers. 



POGUE, WILLIAM RONALD, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration: Windsor, 
Ontario. 





POST, GRAHAM, B.A.; Honours 
Business Administrotion; 
Toronto, Ontario. United 
Church Club; Marketing 
Club; Psychology Club; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club. 



ROSS, CHARLES FREDERICK 
MITCHELL, B.A.; Honours 
Business Administration; 
London, Ontario. Beta 
Thefa Pi; Debating Club; 
U.C.C; Intramural Squash, 
Swimming and Wrestling. 








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ROWE, JOHN DAVID, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Blenheim, 
Ontario. Marketing 
Club; Intromurol Sports. 




RUDDLE, FREDERICK DELL, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; St. 
Catharines, Ontario. 
Ivey Leaguers; White 
Cross Club; Marketing 
Club. 



SAVAGE, JOHN HAROLD, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Zeta Psi; White 
Cross Club; Vice-President, 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Canterbury Club; 
Business Track and Field. 



SCOTT, ERIC DUFF, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Zeta Psi; 
Interfaculty Hockey and 
Football. 



SKINKLE, MURRAY NEILL, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Collingwood, 
Ontario. Medway Hall Residence 
Council; Players Guild; 
Investment Club: Interfaculty 
Sports; Ivey Leoguers. 



SMITH, RALPH PAUL GILLIES, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Arthur, 
Ontario. Sigma Chi; 
Purple Spur Society; 
Huron College Dons' 
Committee; Job Placement 
Program. 




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TAYLOR, HOWARD WEBSTER, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Intramural 
Sports Supervisor; 
Business Manager, Gazette; 
U.C. Ball Committee; 
Sigma Chi; Investment 
Club- 



THWAITES, JOHN DAVID, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administratioon; St. 
Thomas, Ontario. 
Investment Club. 



TURNER, JOHN GLYN, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Delta Upsilon; 
Intramural Sports; Jazz 
Club; Intermediate 
Football; Marketing 
Club. 



UISKA, ULDIS J., B.A.; 
Honours Business 
Administration; Erindole, 
Ontario. Purple Patches; 
Marketing Club; Ivey 
Leaguers; Intramural 
Sports. 



WESSELS, RODERICK NELSON, 
B.A.; Honours Business 
Administration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Ivey Leaguers; 
Convenor of Graduating 
Rings; Marketing Club. 



WILLAN, DONALD CLINTON, 
B.A,; Honours Business 
Administratiion; Wheatley, 
Ontario. Huron Students' 
Council; Intramural 
Sports; White Cross 
Club. 



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The year 1960-61 represents several important milestones for 
the School of Nursing. You have been a part of the continuing 
expansion of the School and have progressed with those before 
you in a manner which has made the School worthy of the 
interest and support of many people. 

This year for the first time in Canada, Master of Science in 
Nursing degrees will be conferred. The University of Western 
Ontario again leads the way, accepting the responsibility of 
developing progressively better leadership for a service which 
is socially significant and essential to the well-being of society. 
Under the inspiring guidance of Professor Edith AA. McDowell, 
the programme demonstrates the critical selection and organiza- 
tion of University resources co-ordinated with the resources of 
agencies. 

This year also marks the occasion for the School's move into 
its own new building made possible by the generosity of the 
Kresge Foundation. These excellent and attractive facilities will 
encourage further growth and progress of our programmes. 

The members of our Faculty join with me in wishing you 
success and happiness in the years ahead. There are many people 
who need your professional skills and we hope that through 
continuing study and critical attention to your practice you will 
learn to give an increasingly superb quality of service. In this 
way lies satisfaction and success. 

R. Catherine Aiken 





ADAMS, E. FLORENCE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public 
Health Nursing; 
Simcoe, Ontario. 
Progressive Conser- 
vative Club; United 
Church Club; Inter- 
national Students 
Club. 



ANDERSON, PATRICIA 
ELINORE, D.N.Ed.; 
Nursing Education; 
Brantford, Ontario. 
S.C.M. Cabinet; 
I.V.C.F.; W.U.S.C. 
Film Society. 



ANNIS, BARBARA 
ALEXANDRA, B.Sc.N.; 
Nursing Education; 
Belleville, Ontario. 
Purple Spur Society; 
Meds Merrymakers; 
Intramural Swimming, 
Volleyboll; Canterbury 
Club. 



ARDIEL, EVELYN JOYCE, 
D.N.S.A.; Nursing 
Service Administration; 
Thornbury, Ontario. 
Philosophy Club; 
Canterbury Club. 



ARMSTRONG, PAULA 
HARRIET, B.Sc.N.; 
Nursing Education; 
Fletcher, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; Meds 
Merrymakers; Social 
Service Club; Players 
Guild. 



AWREY, JUNE MARGARET, 
D.N.S.A.; Nursing 
Service Administration; 
Leamington, Ontario. 
Intramural Volleyball; 
Unitarian Club; Nursing 
Council; White Cross 
Club; Meds Merrymakers. 




BALL, RUTH HARRIETT, 
B.Sc.N.; Public 
Health Nursing; 
Kerwood, Ontario. 
United Church Club; 
Meds Merrymakers. 



BARD, CAROL VIRGINIA, 
D.P.H.N.; Public 
Health Nursing; 
Orillla, Ontario. 
Art Club; Intra- 
mural Volleyball. 



BARNES, SHEILA 
PATRICIA, D.N.Ed.; 
Nursing Education; 
Edmonton, Alberta. 
U.W.O. Choir; 
Curling Club. 



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lARR, FRANCES DARLEEN, 
).N.Ed.; Nursing 
iducation; Oshawa, 
Ontario. Gilbert and 
iullivan. 



3ASTER, MARY ISOBEL, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
vjursing; Toronto, Ontario. 
Western Christian Fellow- 
ihip; W.U.S.C. Film 
Society. 



BAXTER, MARJORIE RUTH, 
3.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Mursing; Aylmer, Ontario. 



BAYNE, MARGARET ANN, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; London, Ontario. 
Purple Spur Society; 
Meds Merrymakers; Purple 
Patches; Intramural Sports. 



BEAR, BEVERLEY, D.N.Ed., 
Nursing Education; 
Oshawa, Ontario. 



BOOTHMAN, JANET E., 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; St. Catharines, 
Ontario 



BOULANGER, JACQUELINE, 
D P H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Scarborough, 
Ontario. Newman Club; 
Liberal Club; Psychology 
Club; W.U.S.C. 




BRADY, ELEANOR ANN, 
D.P.H N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Branfford, 
Ontario. Meds Merry- 
makers; Liberal Club. 



CASWELL, MARGARET 
LOUISE, D.N, Ed.; 
Nursrng Education; 
Sudbury, Ontario. 
Social Service Club; 
Tachycardia. 



BRINE, NANCY PATRICIA, CHANG, THELMA LEONIE, 



B.Sc.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Edmonton, 
Alberta. U.W.O. Choir; 
Ski Club. 



BRUSH, BETTY EILEEN, 
D.P.H. N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Falconbridge, 
Ontario. Meds Merry- 
makers; Intramural 
Volleyball, Basketball; 
Philosophy Club. 



BRUTON, MARGARET, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Toronto, 
Ontario. Newman Club; 
Social Service Club: 
W.U.S.C; Liberal Club; 
Meds Merrymakers. 



BUTTLE, DOROTHY 
MARILYN ALICE, D.N.Ed., 
Nursing Education; 
Meadowvale, Ontario. 
Canterbury Club; 
Intramural Badminton; 
Meds Merrymakers. 



CAMPBELL, HELEN ANN, 
D. N. S. A. Nursing 
Service Administration; 
Kirkland Lake, Ontario. 
Meds Merrymakers; 
Social Service Club. 



D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Jamaica, 
West Indies. Inter- 
national Students Club; 
WU.S.C; Spanish Club; 
Intramural Badminton. 



CLEMENT, NANCY M. 
B.Sc.N.; Nursing; 
Welland, Ontario. 



COFFEY, DONNA CORINNE, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Tara, Ontario. 



CONN, MARGARET C, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; London, Ontario. 



COOPER, JANNINE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Heolth 
Nursing; Toronto, 
Ontario. Meds Merry- 
makers; Social Service 
Club; Progressive 
Conservative Club. 



CARTER, MARY CAROLYN, CREWS, JEAN ELIZABETH, 



D.N.S.A.; Nursing 
Service Administration; 
Parry Sound, Ontario. 
Canterbury Club; 
Philosophy Club. 



D.N.S.A.; Nursing 
Service Administration; 
St. Catharines, Ontario. 
Philosophy Club; S.C.M.; 
Sunday Nine O'Clock. 








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CROSSLEY, PATRICIA 
LOUISE, D.N.Ed.: 
Nursing Education; 
Ottawa, Ontario, 



EMMETT, VIRGINIA RUTH 
D.P.H.N.; Public 
Health Nursing; 
Creemore, Ontario. 



CRYDERMAN, IRENE 
LOUISE, D.N.S.A.; 
Nursing Service 
Adnninistration; 
Thamesville, Ontario. 
United Church Club; 
Philosophy Club. 



DANCE, RUTH MARGARET, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Waterloo, 
Ontario. 



FERGUSON, PHYLLIS 
MARILYN, D.N.Ed.; 
Nursing Education; 
St. Thomas, Ontario. 



FORD, LOUISA MAE, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Rodney, 
Ontario. Meds 
Merrymakers; Sunday 
Nine O'clock; West- 
minster Club. 



DEDLOW, JANICE GWEN, GILBERT, MARY ELLEN, 



D N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Yongehurst, 
Ontario. U.W.O. Choir; 
S.U.N. ; Philosophy Club. 



D.P.H.N.; Public 
HecJith Nursing; 
Brantford, Ontario. 
Social Service Club; 
Meds Merrymakers; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club. 



DE LAFRANIER, JOAN, GODBOLD, CYNTHIA ANN, 

D.P.H N.; Public D.P.H.N.; Public 

Health Nursing; Brantford, Health Nursing; 

Ontario. Meds Merrymakers; Toronto, Ontario. Jazz 

White Cross Club; Club: Meds Merrymakers; 

Social Service Club. U.W.O. Sports Car Club; 
Nursing Council. 



EDWARDS, ROXY-GAIL, 
D.N.S.A.; Nursing 
Service Administration; 
Glencoe, Ontario. 



GONZALEZ, ALICE MARIE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursina; Thorold, 
Ontario. Spanish Club; 
Social Service Club; 
Newman Club; Tachycardia. 



ELLIS, ANNE C, D.P.H.N.; 
Public Health Nursing; 
Bracebridge, Ontario. 



GOODFELLOW, MARY 
MARGARET, D.P.H. N.; 
Public Health Nursing; 
Westport, Ontario. 
U.W.O. Choir; Western 
Christian Fellowship; 
Nurses Camera Club. 




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GRAHAM, PHYLLIS 
WINNIFRED, D.P.H. N.; 
Public Health Nursing; 
Arkona, Ontario. 
Social Service Club. 



GRAYDON, DEBORAH JANE, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing Education; 
Oakville, Ontario. 
Badminton Club; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Meds Merrymakers. 



GREENIAUS, MARGARET 
EVE, D.P.H.M.; Public 
Health Nursing; Oakville, 
Ontario. Meds Merrymakers; 
Intramural Volleyball, 
Basketball, Badminton. 



GUZDA, CHRISTINE 
DENILLE, D.N.Ed.; 
Nursing Education; 
Welland, Ontario. Meds 
Merrymakers; Newman 
Club; Sunday Nine 
OCIock. 



HAGAN, ISABEL, D.N.S.A. 
Nursing Service Ad- 
ministration; Toronto, 
Ontario. Philosophy 
Club; Sunday Nine 



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HALL, JACQUELINE ANNE, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Sudbury, 
Ontario. Social 
Service Club; 
Tachycardia. 



HANDS, VIOLET ILENE, 
D.P.H N.; Public 
Health Nursing; London, 
Ontario. Inter-Varsity 
Christian Fellowship; 
S.C.M. 



HARDY, ELAINE, D.N. Ed.; 
Nursing Education; 
Dryden, Ontorio. 



HAYNES, BARBARA J., 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Port Colborne, 
Ontario. 



HOPKINS, SUSAN M., 
D.P.H N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Burlington, 
Ontario. 



HORNING, ILLA RUTH, 
D.P.H. N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Stoney Creek, 
Ontario. Social 
Service Club; Meds 
Merrymakers. 



HOUSTON, JEAN DORIS, 
B.Sc.N.; Nursing Education; 
London, Ontario. U.W.O. 
Choir; Meds Merrymakers; 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
Purple Patches. 



HOWE, ELIZABETH 
CATHERINE, D.N.Ed.; 
Nursing Education; 
Simcoe, Ontario. New/man 
Club; Sunday Nine 
O'clock. 



HOWSON, ELIZABETH 
ANNE, D.P.H.N.; Public 
Health Nursing; London, 
Ontario. Student 
Christian Movement. 




IVILL, SELENA ANN, 
D N Ed.; Nursing 
Educotion; Kitchener, 
Ontario. U.W.O. Choir; 
Social Service Club; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Meds Merrymakers 



JACKSON, SYLVIA GAIL, 
O.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Woodstock, 
Ontario. United Church 
Club; Meds Merrymakers; 
Intramural Basketball. 



LEDUC, MONIQUE MARIE, 
D. P.H.N. ; Public 
Health Nursing; Kirk, 
lond Lake, Ontario. 
White Cross Club; 
French Club; Meds 
Merrymokers; Spanish Club. 



LEMMON, SHEILA ANN, 
B.Sc.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Barrie, Ontario. 
White Cross Club; 
Newman Club. 



JACQUES, NORMA, D.P.H.N.; LOCKE, BEVERLEY HELENA, 



Public Health Nursing; 
Simcoe, Ontario. Intra- 
mural Volleyball; Badmin- 
ton; Westminster Club. 



D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Toronto, 
Ontario. Badminton 
Club; Ski Club. 



KNEESHAW, MURIEL, LOUNSBURY, BARBARA F., 

D.P.H.N.; Public Health D.P.H.N.: Public 

Nursing; Bradford, Ontario. Health Nursing; 
Meds Merrymakers. Beamsville, Ontario. 



KOVACS, LIVIA, D.N.S.A.; LOW, MARION ISOBELLE, 

Nursing Service Adminis- B.Sc.N.; Nursing 

tration; Welland, Ontario. Service Administration; 

Fencing Club; Philosophy St. Catharines, Ontario. 
Club; Intramural Archery. 



LACEY, SONDRA GAIL, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing Educ- 
ation; Wallaceburg, 
Ontario. Social Service 



LOWE, AGATHA GERTRUDE, 
D.P.H N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Cleavers Hill, 
Barbados. Canterbury 



Club; Sunday Nine OCIock; Club; Meds Merrymakers; 
Westminster Club. International Students Club 



LAKE, HILDA, B.Sc.N.; 
Nursing; Kingston, 
Ontario. 



McCALL, GAIL ANNETTE, 
B.Sc.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; London, Ontorio. 
Meds Merrymakers. 








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McCLEARY, BRENDA WHITE, 
B.Sc.N.; Nursing Edu- 
cation; London, Ontario. 
Meds Merrymakers; Social 
Committee. 




McELHERAN, LOIS ANN, 
D. P.H.N. ; Public Health 
Nursing; Winnipeg, 
Manitoba. Society of 
the United Nations; 
Intramural Archery. 





MACERNIEKS, AINA, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Orillla, 
Ontario. 




McFAUL, MARY ANN, 
B.Sc.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Owen Sound, 
Ontario. Meds Merry- 
makers; Intramural 
Sports. 




MaclNNIS, MARY ELIZABETH, 
D.N.S.A.; Nursing Service 
Administration; Orillia, 
Ontario. Intramural Golf; 
U.S.C. 





McNEIL, CATHERINE 
CHRISTENE, D.N.S.A.; 
Nursing Service Adminis- 
tration; Glencoe, Ontario. 
Westminister Club; Meds 
Merrymakers; Philosophy 
Club. 



McNEIL, JANET A., 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Flin Flon, 
Manitoba. 






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McNICHOL, SHEILA, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Merriton, Ontario. 
Student Christian Movement; 
Meds Merrymakers; Intra- 
mural Sports. 



McPHEE, MARILYN MARGARET, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Oakville, Ontario. 
Meds Merrymakers. 



MALPASS, NANCY JOAN, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; London, Ontario. 
United Church Club;; Meds 
Merrymakers. 



MITCHELL, DONNA EVELYN, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Strathroy, 
Ontario. Social Service 
Club; Tachycardia; Intra- 
mural Swimming. 



MORIN, SHEILA, D.P.H.N.; 
Public Health Nursing; 
Garson, Ontario. Newman 
Club. 



MORRIS, EDITH C, D.N.Ed.; 
Nursing Education; 
Winnipeg, Manitoba. Nursing 
Council; Badminton Club; 
United Church Club. 



MORTON, ALICE LOUISE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Toronto, Ontario. 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
Social Service Club; Meds 
Merrymakers; Synchronized 
Swimming; Badminton Club. 



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MURDOCK, MARY MARGARET, 
B.Sc N.; Public Heolth 
Nursing; Dover Centre, 
Ontorio. Meds Merrymakers. 



MURPHY, ELIZABETH MARIE, 
D.N.Ed.: Nursing Educ- 
ation,- Kingston, Ontario. 
Gilbert and Sullivan,- 
Meds Merrymakers; Newman 
Club; Badminton Club. 



NAKASH, GARO N., D.P.H.N.. 
Public Health Nursing; 
Montreal, Quebec. U.S.C; 
Ski Club; Intramural 
Badminton. 



NEFF, E. JO ANN, D.N.Ed.; 
Nursing Education; 
Dunnville, Ontario. 



NESBITT, SHIRLEY JEAN, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing Educ- 
atioon; Buckingham, Quebec. 
U.W.O. Choir. 




OUDERKIRK, GLENYCE 
DARLENE, D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Finch, Ontario. 



PARDY, JEAN ELIZABETH, 
D. P.H.N. ; Public Health 
Nursing; Mt. Brydges, 
Ontario. Intramural 
Sports; Tachycardia. 





PENMAN, GAIL SONDRA, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Barrie, 
Ontario. Philosophy 
Club; Debating Club. 



PIERCE, PATRICIA 
MARGARET, D.P.H.N.; 
Public Health Nursing; 
Windsor, Ontario. 
Liberal Club: Western 
Christian Fellowship; 
Meds Merrymakers. 



PILKEY, GLORIA JOYCE, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Sarnio, 
Ontario. U.W.O. Choir; 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
Meds Merrymakers. 



PRIOR, NANCY RUTH, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing 
Education; Sudbury, 
Ontario. Meds Merry- 
makers; Philosophy 
Club. 



PULLEN, KATHLEEN E., 
D.N.Ed.: Nursing 
Education; Ottawa, 
Ontario. U.W.O. Choir. 



QUILTY, BARBARA ESTHER, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Carson, 
Ontario. Intramural 
Bowling. 



RANDALL, KATHERINE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Ottowa, Ontario. 
Women's Athletic Committee; 
Meds Merfymokers; Intro- 
mufol Volleyboll, Basket- 
ball. 







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RAWLINGS, RUTH YVONNE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Forest, Ontario. 




REA, MARY DOREEN, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Dundalk, Ontario. 
Social Service Club; 
White Cross Club, 



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REID, LENA CATHERINE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Port Lambton, 
Ontario. 




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RICHARDSON, JUDITH ANN, 
D. P.H.N. ; Public Health 
Nursing; London, Ontario. 
United Church Club; 
Social Service Club; 
Meds Merrymakers. 




RICHARDSON, SUSAN KENDRICK, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Toronto, Ontario. 
Badminton Club; Meds Merry- 
makers; Philosophy Club; 
Canterbury Club. 




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ROBSON, CHARLOTTE, D. P.H.N. ; 
Public Health Nursing; 
Sombra, Ontario. 



ROSE, SALLY D.N.Ed.; 
Nursing Education; London, 
Ontario. Meds Merrymakers; 
Intramural Sports. 




ROSS, SUSAN ELLIS, B.Sc.N.; 
Nursing Education; Windsor, 
Ontario. Gilbert and 
Sullivan; Social Service Club; 
Meds Merrymakers. 



ROWLAND, BARBARA JANE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Ottawa, Ontario. 



SANDERSON, NANCY J., 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing Education; 
London, Ontario. United 
Church Club. 



SCOTT, MARLENE ELIZABETH, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Kingston, Ontario. 
International Students Club; 
N.F.C.U.S.; Western 
Christian Fellowship. 



SEALY, ANITA ISABEL, D.N.S.A.; 
Nursing Service Administration; 
Bridgetown, Barbados. 



SERVENT, CAROL ANN, D.P.H.N., 
Public Health Nursing; 
Woodstock, Ontario. Intra- 
mural Sports; Meds Merry- 
makers; Liberal Club. 



SHANTZ, SUZANNE ELIZABETH, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Kitchener, Ontario. 
Intramural Tennis, Badminton; 
Art Club; Philosophy Club. 



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SHAW, JUNE M., D.N.S.A.; 
Nursing Service Adminis- 
tratior); Orillia, Ontario. 
Philosophy Club. 



SIMPSON, JANICE ELAINE, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing Education; 
Chatham, Ontario. Meds 
Merrymakers. 



SIMSON, PAULINE FREDERICK, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Ancaster, Ontario. 
White Cross Club; 
Tachycardia. 




SPOONER, SHEILA ANNE 
MARY, B.Sc.N.; Nursing; 
Timmins, Ontario. 
Nurses Choir. 



SQUIRE, LOUISE, D.N.S.A.; 
Nursing Service Adminis- 
tration; Strotford, 
Ontario. 



STEELE, CATHERINE JEAN, 
B.Sc.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; London, Ontario. 
Nursing Council; Intra- 
mural Sports; Gilbert and 
Sullivan. 





SINNETT, ELIZABETH M., 
D.N.S.A.; Nursing Service 
Administration; St. 
Catherines, Ontario. 



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STEVENS, JUDITH L., 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Don Mills, 
Ontario. Intramural Volley- 
ball, Basketball; Meds 
Merrymakers; Liberal Club. 



SMITH, ALICE ELEANOR, 
D.N.Ed.; Nursing Educ- 
ation; Petrolia, Ontario. 
Philosophy Club; Meds 
Merrymokers. 



SMITH, THELDA ANN, D.N.Ed.; 
Nursing Education; Toronto, 
Ontario. Canterbury Club; 
Gilbert and Sullivan; Sunday 
Nine O'clock; Meds Merry- 
makers. 



SOGANICH, HELEN A., D.N.Ed. 
Nursing Education; Sudbury 
Ontario. W.U.S.C. Film 
Society; Newman Club. 






STOREY, SANDRA INEZ, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Port Arthur, 
Ontario. U.W.O. Choir; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; United Church Club. 



SUTHERLAND, EDITH MAE, 
D.N.S.A.; Nursing Service 
Administration; Ripley, 
Ontario. U.W.O. Choir. 




THOMAS, PENELOPE ELIZABETH, 
B.Sc.N.; Public Health 
Nursing: Bracebridge, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate Swimming; 
West-O-Mac Volleyball; Meds 
Merrymakers; U.S.C. 




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THOMPSON, MARGARET JANE, 
B.Sc.N.; Nursing Educ- 
ation,- Kincardine, Ontario. 




TOYE, FRANCES MARGARET, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Toronto, 
Ontario. Badminton Club; 
Meds Merrymakers; Intra- 
mural Basketball; Social 
Service Club. 



TRELFORD, MARILYN ANNE, 
B.Sc.N.; Nursing 
Education; Toronto, 
Ontario. Nursing 
Council; Debating Club. 





TUFF, BARBARA ANN, 
B.Sc.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; St. Thomas, 
Ontario. 




WALLACE, CATHERINE MARIE, 
^ D.N.Ed.; Nursing Education; 

Port Arthur, Ontario. 




WALLACE, DOREEN GERTRUDE, 
B.Sc.N.; Nursing; Kors, Ontario. 




WALLINGTON, MARJORIE, 
B.Sc.N.; Nursing; 
Burlington, Ontario. 




WALPOLE, BERYL, D.N.S.A.; 
Nursing Service Adminis- 
tration; Windsor, Ontario. 



WALTERS, PHYLLIS CATHERINE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Oshav»/a, Ontario. 
Intramural Volleyball, 
Basketball; Meds Merrymakers. 



WARD, NANCY RUTH, B.Sc.N. 
Public Health Nursing; 
London, Ontario. Nursing 
Council; Meds Merrymakers; 
Intramural Volleyball. 



WEBB, MARGARET J.,D.P.H.N., 
Public Health Nursing; 
Hamilton, Ontario. 



WEBB, THELMA ELIZABETH, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Sarnia, Ontario. 



WESTGATE, NORMA MAXINE, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Watford, Ontario. 
Canterbury Club. 



WILSON, MARGARET-ANN, 
D.P.H.N.; Public Health 
Nursing; Windsor, Ontario. 
Newman Club; Liberal Club; 
Meds Merrymakers; Nurses 
Camera Club. 



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This year it happens that I am a fellow-graduate with you. 
We are leaving Huron College behind with mixed feelings. Of 
course there is regret, because it is unlikely that we shall ever 
again experience the close companionship of an academic com- 
munity. Such a community has touched our personal lives at so 
many points, and unhappy is the lot of him who has not been 
transformed for the better because of this. 

Huron will constantly occupy a favoured place in our memories 
and I trust that this will lead each one of us to continue to sup- 
port and strengthen the College in the measure given to us. We 
have good reason to take pride in being graduates, and our 
pride must assume the form of loyalty. 

But no college is an end in itself. It has as part of its calling 
the intellectual and cultural preparation of persons for creative 
living. Our best salute to the college will be in readiness to use 
the talents God has given us to His greater glory and the service 
of His children. May God bless you in your endeavours to fulfil 
the vocations to which you are called. 



William R. Coleman 





ABRAHAM, RUBENA 
ELIZABETH, B.A.; Sarnia, 
Ontario. Canterbury 
Club; Student Christian 
Movement; Social Service 
Club. 



BROWN, MURRAY, B.A.; 
Toronto, Ontario. 



BURKE, ALLEN, B.A.; 
Toronto, Ontario. 



BASSETT, JOHN 
FREDERICK, B.A.; Toronto, 
Ontario. Intercollegiate 
Tennis; Interfaculty 
Football; Intercollegiate 
Squash; Delta Upsilon, 
Head Student-Huron 
College. 



BROWN, DENNIS WATSON, CLARKE, JOHN ROBERT, 



B.A.; Hamilton, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate Squash; 
Interfaculty Basketball, 
Football; Huron Students' 
Council; Occidentalia — 
Sports Editor; Gazette. 



B.A.; Moose Factory, 
Ontario. 




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COREY, STEPHEN PETER, 
B.A.; Lambeth, Ontario. 



CORNELIUS, ROBERT, 
8. A.; St. Catharines, 
Ontario. 



COWAN, JOHN YOUNG, 
B.A.; Toronto, Ontario. 
Huron Students' Council, 
Interfaculty Golf, Football 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Occidentalia. 



EGENER, FREDERICK 
TRISTRAM WAIDE, 
B.A.; Owen Sound, 
Ontario. 



FINLAY, JOHN ROBERT, 
B.A : Toronto, Ontario. 
Delta Upsiion; Huron 
Students' Council; 
Interfaculty Sports; 
Progressive Conservotive 
Club. 



HAND, PETER HAMILTON, 



' I B.A.; Toronto, Ontario. 



HANSMAN, DAMARIS ANNE 
HUGHES, B.A.; North Boy, 
Ontario. Intramural Sports. 



HAYNE, H. ROBERT, 
B.A.; Simcoe, Ontario. 



HENDERSON, CHARLES 
RICHARD WALLACE, 
B.A.; Toronto, Ontario. 



HENDRY, WILLIAM 
RONALD, B.A.; 
Peterborough, Ontario. 




HOBSON, RICHARD 
JAMES, B.A.; Waterloo, 
Ontario. Ski Team. 



LEWIS, DAVID WAYNE, 
B.A.; London, Ontario. 
Sigma Chi. 




HUGHES, ELIZABETH 


LILLES, HILLAR TOELEID, 


DIANNE, B.A.; Port 


B.A.; St. Catharines, 


Colborne, Ontario. 


Ontario. Intercolleqiate 


Canterbury Club; 


Track and Field- Lutheran 


Intramural Sports; 


Student Association; 


Social Service Club; 


International Students' Club 


Psychology Club. 




JERVIS, LINN ANN, 


McCALLEN, NORMAN 


B.A.; Toronto, Ontario. 


ASHLEY, B.A.; North Bay, 


Canterbury Club; Head 


Ontario. 


Girl-Hellmuth Hall; 




Huron Students' Council; 




Purple Patches; Pi Beta 




Phi; Occidentalia. 




KINGSTON, THOMAS 


McFARLANE, DONALD 


MARTYN SIBBALD, B.A.; 


GEORGE, B.A.; Toronto, 


Chatham, Ontario. 


Ontario. 


Canterbury Club; 




Interfaculty Hockey. 




KULAR, THEODORE, B.A.; 


McVITTIE, ROBERT ROY, 


Toronto, Ontario. 


B.A.; Guelph, Ontario. 




Mustang Band: Huron 




Colleae Drama Club; 




Jazz Club. 


LEGG, DAVID EVANS, 


MACHEL, ARTHUR W., 


B.A.; Islington, Ontario. 


B.A.; Kitchener, Ontario. 


Progressive Conservative 




Club; Intramural Golf. 










LEMON, WILLIAM MORLEY, MARTIN, WILLIAM JOHN, 

B.A.; Owen Sound, B.A.; Sh Marys, Ontario. 

Ontario. Zeta Psi; 

Purple Patches; Huron 

Dromotic Society; 

Interfaculty Hockey; 

Gilbert and Sullivan. 



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METCALF, ROBIN BARBARA, 
B.A,; Sf. Thomas, Ontario 



MIGHT, FREDERICK PAUL, 
B.A.; Windsor, Ontario. 
Interfaculty Football, 
Hockey: Huron Times,- 
Huron Yearbook. 



MOSS, JOHN A., B.A.; 
Port Credit, Ontario. 



PERYER, STANLEY 
SHELDON DAVID, B.A.; 
Borrie, Ontario. Huron 
Glee Club; Huron 
Students' Council; 
Gazette; Occidentalia; 
Broadcasting Society. 



PIELSTICKER, CHARLES 
ALBERT, B.A.; Toronto, 
Ontario. Purple Spur; 
Huron Students' Council; 
Interfaculty Sports; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club; Don's Committee. 



SMITH, PAMELA S., B.A.; 
Halifax, Nova Scotia. 



MOULTON, JOHN DOUGLAS, 
B.A.; Ow/en Sound, Ontario. 



SNELGROVE, JOHN 
LAURENCE, B.A.; Gait, 
Ontario. Sigma Chi; 
Intramural Sports; 
Polycon Club. 



MURCHISON, MORRIS D., 
B.A.; River Canard, 
Ontario. 



THOMSON (KENNEDY), 
MARY MAIN, B.A.; 
London, Ontario. Purple 
Patches; Huron Students' 
Council; USC; Intramural 
Sports; White Cross Club. 



NELSON, ALBERT WINSTON, TIPOULOW, LOUIS, B.A. 
B.A.; Georgetov^n, Hamilton, Ontario. 

British Guiana. 



OSLER, JUDITH ANNE, 
B.A.; Toronto, Ontario. 
White Cross Club; 
Intramural Tennis, 
Basketball; Intercollegiate 
Swim Team; Huron 
Women's Undergraduate 
Council. 



TWAITS, JUDITH FRANCES, 
B.A.; Toronto, Ontario. 
Intramural Basketball; 
Huron Drama Society. 





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WEBER, EMANUEL 
LLOYD, B.A.; 
Waterloo, Ontario. 
Circle K Club; 
Investment Club- 
Treasurer. 



WEEKES, ALICE ELAINE, 
B.A.; London, Ontario. 
Gazette; Purple Patches; 
Canterbury Club; 
Occidentalia; Huron 
Times. 



WHALEY, JOHN 
ALEXANDER, B.A.; 
Woodstock, Ontario. 



WHITE, M. ELIZABETH, 
B.A.; London, Ontario. 



WILLIS, SARA ROSEMARY, 

B.A.; Montreal, Quebec. 

Huron Drama Society; 

Gamma Phi Beta; 

Canterbury Club; 

Huron Girls Undergraduate 

Association. 



WONG, OI-LUN IRENE 
ANN, B.A.; Hong Kong, 
B.C.C. Huron Ball 
Committee; Fencing Club; 
Student Christian 
Movement; International 
Students Club. 



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Since the time of the Ancient Greeks, Music has been con- 
sidered one of the cornerstones of man's education. Today, in 
an age of uncertainty and tension, people turn more than ever 
before to Music and the Arts for the solace, comfort and spiritual 
regeneration they foster. 

To you, who have chosen Music as your special field of 
endeavour, goes the task and privilege of guiding those with 
whom you will be in contact to a realization of the enrichment 
that music can bring to life. 

I know I speak for the entire Faculty of Music Teachers" College 
when I wish each of you much success and happiness in your 
careers which are just beginning. May the special contribution 
each of you has to make effect a maximum of good wherever 
you happen to be. 



Clifford von Kuster 




LENNOX, JOAN LEE, 
B.A., Mus.G.Paed., 

A.Mus.; Music; 

Shallow Lake, Ontario. 
Kappa Alpha Theto; M.T.C. 
Students' Council; Sunday 
Nine O'clock; Gilbert and 
Sullivan; Mathematics Club. 




SCOTT, CONSTANCE JOYCE, 
B.A., A.Mus.; Music; 
London, Ontario. Pi 
Beta Phi; Purple Patches; 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
Music Teacher's College 
Students' Council; 
N.F.C.U.S. 




SPACKMAN, SUSAN CORA 
BLANCHE, B.A., Music; 
St. Thomas, Ontario. 
Purple Spur Society; 
Gilbert and Sullivan; 
U.S.C; Sunday Nine 
O'clock; Music Teacher's 
College Students' Council. 



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Your formative years have been lived in an age of shifting 
values, an age in which the love of novelty has pervaded society 
as never before. Cars, furniture and homes are turned in, dis- 
carded or vacated at a bewildering tempo and the expression 
"my favorite books" sounds like an anachronism in many modern 
ears. The pattern of thought itself tends to be kaleidoscopic. 

We older people sometimes experience a nostalic yearning for 
an epoch in which there was more of permanence and trusted 
worth, and possibly you yourselves have wished occasionally to 
stand on firmer ground. But we must take today's world as it is, 
knowing that if we can but keep our balance in it — and our 
sense of proportion — it can provide us with a lot of living. 

In the colour-splashed mart that has been your college ex- 
perience a multitude of wares were displayed before you. You 
were dazzled, you were reckless at first and then you grew more 
discerning. You found you had to buy much and discard much, 
to bargain, to forego and to suffer loss so that today you m'ght 
treasure as your own a few abiding values, two or three pearls 
of which the Gospel speaks. 

But having these to trade with in life's greater emporium, you 
need have no fear. You are less likely now to be cheated by 
yourselves or others, for they will serve as touchstones and with 
them you can go where you will and "make your fortune" in 
the deepest sense. 



Mother Marie 




CHAPESKIE, COLETTE NOEL, 
B.A.; General Arts,- 
Barry's Bay, Ontario. 
Newman Club; Italian 
Clu ; Brescia Hal! Sodality. 




DE RYK, ELIZABETH L., 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Aylmer, Ontario. 
Intramural Sports; Newman 
Club; W.U.S.C; Brescia 
Beacon; French Club. 




CRITELLI, ESTELLE MARY, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Niagara Falls, Ontario. 
Gazette; W.U.S.C; 
Brescia Beacon; Sunday 
Nine O Clock; Newman 
Club. 




DONAHUE, ELIZABETH, B.A.; 
General Arts; Sarnia, 
Ontario. 



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GELINAS, VIVIANNE JACQUELINE, 
B.A.; General Arts; Sarnia, 
Ontario. Brescia Students' 
Council; Young Christian 
StucJent Organizotion; 
Brescia Beacon; Intramural 
Debating; Newman Club. 




HEALY, HEIEN ANGELA, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Sfrathroy, Ontario. 
Newman Club; W.U S C; 
Social Service Club; 
Brescia Hall Sodality; 
Brescia Beacon. 




GENERALI, PAULA, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
LosCaobos, South America. 




HEISZ. JANET AGNES 
ROSAN, B.A.; General 
Arts; Formosa, Ontario. 
N.F.C.U.S.; Brescia 
Beacon; Newman Club; 




GlOP, NORMA MARIA, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Hamilton, Ontario. 
Newman Club; Gazette; 
Italian Club; 
Psychology Club. 



GRIFFIN, LINDA MARIE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Caldwell, New Jersey. 
U.W.O. Choir; Brescia 
Students' Council; 
C.K.C. -Brescia Drama 
Society; Intercollegiate 
Basketball; Newman Club. 



HALL, MARY ANN, B.A.; 
General Arts; Ailsa 
Craig, Ontario. U.S.C; 
Debating Club; Brescia 
Beacon; Internal Affairs 
Commission; Brescia Students' 
Council. 




JUDD, CAROL-MARIE, 
B.A.; Home Economics; 
London, Ontario. U.W.O. 
Choir; Home Economics 
Club, President; United 
Church Club, Secretary. 



JUSKEVICH, ANNA THERESA, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. 



KENNY, JAYNE ANNE, B.A.; 
General Arts; Chatham, 
Ontario. Ursuline College 
Students' Council; White 
Cross Club; Brescia Beacon; 
Newman Club; Brescia Hall 
Sodality. 





HAMILTON, MARIANNE FRANCES, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Stratford, Ontario. 
Brescia Beacon; Hesperian 
Club; Newman Club; 
Liberal Club; W.U.S.C. 




LAVERGNE, GISELE MARIE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Sturgeon Falls, Ontario. 
W.U.S.C; C.F.C.C.S. 
Representative; N.F.C.U.S.; 
Newman Club; Christian 
Radicals. 




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McBRIEN, CATHERINE ANN, 
B.A,; General Arts; 
Aylmer, Ontario. 
Newman Club; Inferfaculty 
Sports Representative; 
Frosh Orientation; Brescia 
Beacon; Intercollegiate 
Swimming. 



McKINNON, ANITA CLAIRE, 
B.Sc.N.; Noranda, 
Quebec. 



MASCITELLI, ANNA MARIE, 
B.A,; General Arts; 
Fenwick, Ontario. 
Newman Club; W.U.S.C; 
Italian Club; Liberal 
Club; Gazette. 



O BRIEN, MARY LEA, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Copper Cliff, Ontario. 
Purple Patches; Newman 
Club; Psychology Club; 
Synchronized Swimming 
Club; W.U.S.C. 





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B.A.; Secretarial Science; 
Chapleau, Ontario. 
N F.C.US.; Newman 


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Drama Society; Liberal 
Club; Brescia Beacon. 


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PLANCKE, LORRAINE ADELINE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Delhi, Ontario. Debating 
Club; Newman Club; 
Italian Club. 




RIGATO, JEAN ANTOINETTE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Port Arthur, Ontario. 
Brescia Social Convenor; 
Newman Club; Italian Club; 
Purple Spur Society; 
Progressive Conservative 
Club. 



SABJAN, ANNE VERONICA, 
B.A.; Secretarial Science; 
Rodney, Ontario. Editor, 
U.W.O. Liberal; Gazette; 
Brescia Beacon; W.U.S.C; 
Players Guild. 



SCOTT, VALERIE ANNE, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Ottawa, Ontario. Purple 
Patches; Gazette; W.U.S.C; 
Players Guild; Intramural 
Swimming. 



SILLS, KATHRYN RUTH, 
B.A.; Honours French and 
Spanish; Seoforth, Ontario. 
Purple Spur Society; U.S.C; 
Brescia Holl Students' 
Council; Young Christian 
Students- Newman Club; 
Spanish Club. 



TRIPP, JANET MARY, 
B.A.; Home Economics; 
Toronto, Ontario. 

Intramural Sports; 

Home Economics Club; 

White Cross Club. 



UZAS, JEANETTE DIANA, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
West Lome, Ontario. 
Clio Club; Geography 
Club. 



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'Then you are a king after all!" Pilate said to him. "You are 
right," replied Jesus, "I am a king. For this purpose I was born, 
and for this purpose I came into the world — to give testimony 
to the truth. Only he who is open to the truth gives ear to my 
voice." cf. The Holy Gospel according to St. John, chapter XVIII, 
verse 37. The College of Christ the King strives to follow Christ 
the King by being open to the truth, to the whole of truth, and 
to nothing but the truth. Without the truth, utility disintegrates 
into utilitarianism. With the truth, utility becomes a reality. May 
the graduates of the College of Christ the King never forget the 
motto of the University of Western Ontario: VERITAS et UTILITAS. 



Father Wemple 




BAERTOSEN, NORBERT JOSEPH, 
B.A.; General Arts; Aylmer, 
Ontario. Intercollegiate 
Soccer; French Club; Newman 
Club; U.E.S.; Intrannural 
Sports. 



BEATTY, PATRICK VERNON, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Sarnia, Ontario. Film 
Society; Newman Club; 
Lingard Society; 
Italian Club; Players 
Guild. 



CAPITANO, FRANCIS, 
B.A.; Honours Arts; 
London, Ontario. 




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CHAREST, GUY CHARLES, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Toronto, Ontario. 
Intramural Sports; 
Newman Club; Liberal 
Club; C.K.C. Students" 
Council; Infer- Residence 
Council. 



DAUDLIN, ROBERT MOSE 
PATRICK, B.A.; General 
Arts; Tilbury, Ontario. 
Kings' Men; C.K.C. Students' 
Council; Intramural Basket- 
ball; Drama Society. 



DRYNAN, THOMAS, B.A.; 
General Arts; Toronto, 
Ontario. 



DUBOIS. LEO PIERRE, B.A., 
Honours Philosophy; 
Rosetown, Saskatchewan, 
interfaculty Football; 
Newman Club. 



EHMANN, CHARLES 
ROBERT, B.A., General 
Arts; Toronto, Ontario. 
Newman Club; Lingard 
Society; Intramural 
Tennis 



FISH, JAMES RICHARD, 
B.A.; General Arts,- 
Woilaceburg, Ontario. 
President C.K.C. Students' 
Council; U.S.C; Kings' 
Men Newspaper; C.K.C. 
Drama Club; Intramural 
Hockey. 



FORMOSt, VINCENT 
MICHAEL, B.A.; General 
Arts; Hamilton, Ontario. 
C.K.C. Drama Club; 
Italian Club; Purple 
Patches; Interfaculty 
Football. 



FRUMAU, JAMES A., B.A.; 
Honours Philosophy; 
London, Ontario. Newman 
Club; Interfaculty. 
Waterpolo. 



GALGANI, DINO 
FERDINAND, B.A.; 
General Arts; Hamilton, 
Ontono. C.K.C. Drama 
Club; Italian Club; 
Mustang Football; Intra- 
mural Basketball. 



HAMILTON, BRIAN A., 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Elliot Lake, Ontarlc. 
Intramural Track, Floor 
Hockey, Ice Hockey. 




HARDY, JAMES THOMAS, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
London, Ontario. Model 
Parliament; Progressive 
Conservative Club; De- 
bating Club; Intramural 
iports; Lingard Society. 



HOREMBALA, EDWARD 
JOHN, B.A.; General 
Arts; Burlington, Ontario. 
Colt Football; Lingard 
Society; Jazz Club; Ski 
Club; W.U.S.C. 



HUSKA, WILLIAM 
ANDREW, B.A.; General 
Arts; St. Catherines, 
Ontario. Intramural 
Football, Basketball; 
Italian Club; Lingard 
Society; W.U.S.C. Film 
Society. 



KING, JAMES RONALD, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
St. Thomas, Ontario. 
Lingard Society; 
Circolo Italiano; Intra- 
mural Waterpolo. 



KIRVAN, FREDERICK 
THOMAS, B.A.; General 
Arts; Guelph, Ontario. 
Assistant Editor, Kings' 
Men; Lingard Society; 
W.U.S.C. Film Society; 
Debating Club. 



KISH, GEORGE, B.A.; 
General Arts; Longwood, 
Ontario. 



McCarthy, thomas 

GERARD, B.A.; General 
Arts; Toronto, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate Tennis; 
Interfaculty Hockey, 
Football. 



MEAGHER, JOHN 
ROBERT, B A.; General 
Arts; Oshawo, Ontario. 
The Kings' Men; 
Debating Club; Glee Club; 
Lingard Society; 
Newman Club. 



NALBORCZYK, EDWARD, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Hamilton, Ontario. 



O'CONNOR, TERRANCE 
PATRICK, B.A.; General 
Arts; Toronto, Ontario. 
Kappa Alpha; Colt 
Football; W.U.S.C. Film 
Society; Intramural 
Sports. 



PAPICH, WALTER 

MICHAEL, B. A.; General 

Arts; Port Arthur, Ontario. 

Intramural Sports; 

Lingard Society; 

Italian Club; 

Gilbert and Sullivan. 



PEIRONE, ANTHONY 
PETER, B. A.; General 
Arts; London, Ontario. 
Newman Club; Italian 
Club; Lingard Society. 



SANDERS, WILLIAM EARL, 
B.A.; Economics; 
Woodstock, Ontario. 
Interfoculty Football, 
Badminton; Jazz Club; 
Lingard Society. 



SCHRADER, JOHN 
DANIEL, B.A.; General 
Arts; Hamilton, Ontario, 
use.; Newman Club; 
C.K.C. Students' Council. 










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SCINTO, BRUNO MICHAEL, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Sudbury, Ontario. 
Interfaculty Track and 
Field; Italian Club; 
Intramural Football. 



SCHIBLEY, JEROME 
THOMAS, B.A.; General 
Arts; Port Colborne, 
Ontario. Newman Club; 
Geography Club; Liberal 
Club, 



TALIANO, DONALD JOHN 
PETER, B.A.; General 
Arts; St. Catharines, 
Ontario. Kappa Alpha; 
Purple Patches; Debating 
Club; Jazz Club; Italian 
Club, 



WALSH, JOHN GORMAN, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Toronto, Ontario. 
C.K.C. Students' 
Council; Liberal Club; 
Lingard Society; Intra- 
mural Wrestling, Hockey. 







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WENDLING, PETER 
DONALD, B.A.; General 
Arts; Woodstock, Ontario. 
Intercollegiate 
Badminton; Newman Club; 
C.K.C. Residence 
Committee; Debating 
Club; Lingard Society. 



WHITEN, CLIFTON JOHN 
FINDLAY, B.A.; General 
Arts; St. Catherines, 
Ontario. Kappa Alpha; 
Hesperian Club; C.K.C. 
Debating Club. 



WILEY, PETER JOSEPH, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Toronto, Ontario. 
Intramural Sports; 
C.K.C Students' Council; 
Newman Club; Lingard 
Society; Debating Club. 



YACHETTI, ROGER DENNIS, 
B.A.; General Arts; 
Hamilton, Ontario. C.K.C. 
Drama and Debating Club; 
Purple Patches; Italian 
Club; Class President- 
Kings' Men; Canadian 
Unity Movement Party. 




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"It would appear that deception, rather than true knowledge, 
is the native condition of aninnals. For we know how men, left to 
themselves, can be mistaken and misled. Indeed, if men are ever 
to achieve truth, they have to be taught by others. Again, our 
minds spend far longer in error and deception than they do in 
possession of the truth, because a grasp of the truth is hardly 
attained even after long-continued study". 

To this humbling judgment upon human reason, may be add- 
ed this further comment; "Ignorance and error make up the great 
part of the misery of man". 

These opinions of St. Thomas Aquinas will never be palatable 
to us, but we, who read them seven centuries after they were 
made, must find them grimly prophetic. Though vast efforts 
have been made in all the sciences, the effect does not seem 
to have been to make truth any more accessible. 

The truest benefactors of our race, then, can only be teachers 
who lead us to acknowledge things as they are. In this task 
alone do learning, science and study find their justification. 

The hope of St. Peter's College for its graduates can only be 
that they will always prove themselves cautious and humble in 
study, undiscouraged and patient in making known what they 
have; come to grasp as true. 



Andrew P. Mahoney 






BLONDE, JAMES FRANCIS 
JOSEPH, B.A.; Honours 
Philosophy; Riverside, 
Ontario. 



BLONDE, MICHAEL CLARE, 
8. A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Windsor, Ontario. 



BICKNELL, JAMES EDWARD, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Brandon, Manitoba. 




BUCKLEY, LEONARD PHILLIP, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Nelson, British Columbia. 




CARTIER, RICHARD EDWARD, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Chatham, Ontario. 



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DENYS, JOZEF GERARD, 
B.A.; Honours 
Philosophy; Chatham, 
Ontario. 




MARENTETTE, JOHN DENNIS, 
B.A.: Honours Philosophy, 
Windsor, Ontario 




ETHIER, LAWRENCE MERLYN, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy,- 
Westmeafh, Ontario. 



GILLIS, JOHN JOSEPH, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Windsor, Ontario. 




PRIEUR, MICHAEL RAYMOND, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Riverside, Ontario. 



SASSO, ALFRED FRANK, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Windsor, Ontario. 




HICKSON, CLAIR LEO, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Peterborough, Ontario. 



LANGLOIS, JOSEPH PETER, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Windsor, Ontario. 




SHORTALL, JAMES J., 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Peterborough, Ontario. 



TAIT, DONALD JOSEPH, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Sudbury, Ontario. 




LAURIE, WILLIAM JOHN, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Trail, British Columbia. 




WALZAK, JOHN KENNETH, 
B.A.; Honours Philosophy; 
Goderich, Ontario. 





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University Students' Council 




The Supreme administrative body of the students at 
this University is the University Students' Council. Its 
jurisdiction extends over nearly all university-wide 
undergraduate organizations. 

The prime purpose of the USC is to further the in- 
terests of students. The 1960-61 council took on such 
projects as the Winter Weekend, a student radio sta- 
tion, improved student facilities, a university hockey 
rink, a lecture series bringing eminent speakers to the 
campus, visits of students from the Soviet Union, El 
Salvador and other Canadian universities, and the 
administration of a $61,368 budget. 



Studies have been conducted by the USC in co- 
operation with other student groups and the University 
staff on such important items as student academic 
potential, research on Frost orientation, improved 
student-faculty relations, and providing an English 
course for foreign students. 

This year, the USC has taken on many important 
obligations to uphold standards to promote the in- 
terests of the students on campus. Each member of the 
council has had many duties to perform and feels that 
his experience as a representative of the students has 
been rewarding and challenging. 

It was a privilege for all of us to serve on the USC. 



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Tom Hockin, 
President, USC. 




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BOB GARDINER 
Vice-PresidenT 





EDWARD PHELPS 
Secretary 



SCOTT BAKER 
Minister of Finance 




BOB BLACKWELL 
Minister of Publications 




DONALD BROWN 

Minister of internal Affairs 






MIKE VAUGHAN 

Minister of External Affairs 



ANN EVANS 

Director of Cultural Affairs 



MIKE ROBINSON 
Minister of Justice 






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GEOFF BATTERSBY 
Director of School Spirit 





MARY M. THOMSON 
Director of Public Relations 



LIZ FERGUSON 
Social Director 



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DAVID McKINLEY 
Prefect, U.C.C. 




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NANCY MONTEITH 
Sub-Prefect, U.C.C. 





MARY ANN HALL 
Minister without Portfolio 



SALLY HARRISON 
Minister without Portfolio 






LARRY LABADIE 

Minister without Portfolio 




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Ruth Sills 
Ursuline College 



Penny Thomas 

Minister without Portfolio 



Gay Nokash 

Minister without Portfolio 



Jim Fish 
C.K.C. 



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John Schroder 

Minister without Portfolio 





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Sheila Ferris 

Minister without Portfolio 



Dave Grant 
Middlesex College 



Sue Spackmon 

Minister without Portfolio 







Jack McDonald 
Medicine 



Doug Drinkwalter 
Law 



John Bassett 

Minister without Portfolio 





Chuck Austin 
Business 











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Mary Mclnnis 
Nursing 



Gary Suter 
Engineering 



Paul Becker 
NFCUS Chairman 



Rae Hetherington 
Engineering 



Fred Oille 

Minister without Portfolio 



University College Council 



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Dave McKinley, 
Prefect 




Nancy Monfeith, 
Sub-Prefect 




First row, left to right: John Fanning, Scott Fowler, Nancy Montelth, Dave McKinley, John Schram. 
Second row: Diane Davis, Janet Vorah, Pauline Beattie, Sheila Tweedle, Wendy Smith, Joon Morris. 
Third row: Bruce Laird, Terry Ellwood, Andy Osier, Cameron Lewis, Dave Grocey, Bill Pollen, Doug Tanner. 
Absent: Liz Ritchie, Linda Cronk, Heather Johnston. 



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Huron College Council 







First row, left fo right: Bill Stothers, Dennis Brown, John Bassett, Linn Jervis, Art Brewer, John Cowan, Mary Thompson. 
Second row: Don Cox, Bill Belanger, Chuck Dymond, Tyson Von Nickle, Mike Prior, John Findloy, Dalt Clark, Mr. Hugh Rooney. 
Third row: Norman Elder, Dick Clark, Rudy Meyer, Mike Vaughan. 



Middlesex College Council 



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First row, left to right: Doug Tanner, Dave Grant, Betty Plewes. 

Second ro/v: Bob Smith, Marion Burgin, Pat Smith, Connie Ruckle, Nancy Monteith. 



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C.K.C. Council 




First Row, Left to Right: Francis Dillon, Guy Chorest, Jim Fish, John Walsh. 

Second Row: Bob Daudlin, Brian Voisey, Larry Labadie, Peter Wiley, Caesar Vanneste, John Schroder, Jeremy Kendall. 



Ursuline Council 




First Row, Left to Right; Diane Tait, Vivianne Gelinas, Ruth Sills, Jayne Kenny, Lyn Gillespie. 
Second Row: Gisele Lovergne, Mary Ann Hall, Jay Hession, Joan Woods. 



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Hippocratic Council 




First Row: Left to Right: Loren Amacher, Anne Fanning, Jock MacOonald, Marg Westcott, Bob Cootes. 
Second Row; Ernie Spratt, Bob Louch, Wayne Grainger, Donner Dewdney. 
Third Row: Bob Barr, Ron Brooksbank, Bob Mengebier, Don MacAuley. 



Nursing Council 



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First Row: Left to Right: Harry MacDonold, Mary Maclnnis, Marilyn Trelford, Nancy Ward. 

Second Row: Penny Thomas, Cathy Steele, Cyndy Godbold, Gay Nakash, Edith Morris, Sue Hopkins. 

Absent: Miss R. C. Alkin, Toni Renoud, June Awrey. 



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Business Council 




First row, left to right: Bill Marman, Urbon Joseph, Charles Austin, Pat Joseph. 

Second row: Ed Martin, John Seagram, Pete Knoepfli, Don Humby, Jim McGorman, Crawford Gordon, Peter Arnold. 



Music Teachers' Council 




First row, left to right: Bob Elford, Joan Lennox, Heidi Weber, Don Robertson. 

Second row: Connie Scott, Sue Spockmdn, Roberta Hose. 

Third row: Principal Clifford Von Kuster, Jim White, Jim Davies, Mr. Howard Mui^n. 



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Undergraduate Engineering Society 



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First row, left to right: Wayne Stewart, Leroy Van Koughnett, Bill Etherington, Gary Suter, George Steeles, Fred Weisegger, Gene Corless. 
Second row: John Aitken, Rusins Albertins, George Bailey, Gary Duncan, Guy Ungaro, Pete Castle. 
Third row: Vic Vikauskos, Bill Dunsmoqr, Paul Barnett, Elmer Nishimoto, Horold Roth, Jim Lyons. 



Law Society 




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First row: Bruce Rudd. 

Second row, left to right: Tom Por, Jon Creighton, Bernie Colder, Gary Greatrex, Doug Drinkwalter. 



Undergraduate Women's Organization 




First row, left to right: Moribelle Tallman, Nancy Monteith, Dr. Leola E. Neale, Bev Baldwin, Peggy Varoh. Second row: Pat Rusak, Judy Clarke, 
Noelle Grace, Jan Lumsden, Sara Granger, Ruth Merriam, Sara Jeffery, Ruth Smith. 



N.F.C.U.S. 



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First row, left to right: Martin Kowonetz, Stuart Brister, George Roithby,' Paul Becker, Jonet Heisz, Morg Payette, Sandra Johnson, Roma Stondefer, Second 
row: Sue Hopkins, Toni Renaud, Ray Tong, George Jamieson, Connie Scott, John Wright, Heidi Weber, Bud Doyle, Fred Wiesegger, Doug Auld. Paul Dick. 
Absent: Linda Cronk, Jim Henderson, Pat Rusak, Des Sullivan, Bruce Ford, Paul Mackenzie. 



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Purple Spur Society 




Geoff Batersby, 
Director of School Spirit 




First Row: Left to Right: Charlie Pielstisker, Ann Evans, Tom Pinfold. 

Second Row: Fred Riley, Geoff Battersby, Wendy Robertson, Jim Melody, Lynda Olsson, Paul Smith. 

Third Row: Mike Grace, Dove Rchom, Nan Mowry, Jean Rigato, Leona Longan, Barb Annis, Ruth Smith, Harvey Robin, Dave Gagan, Morg Bayne, Pot Atkinson, 

Sue Spackmon. 

Fourth Row: Bill Shendon, Bob Gardiner, Ruth Sills, John Anderson, Sheiloh Tweedie, Diane Murphy, Fred Hogerman, Gail McLellan, Linda Jolly, Heather 

McNeil, Bette Evans, Bruce Ford. 



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A puzzlement? 



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Bring on the dancing girls!!' 



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Editor-in-chief 





MYRNA 
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Associate Editor 



KEN 
McCUTCHEON 

Business Manager 





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MacDOUGALL 

Art and Layout Editor 




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DON 
PETERSON 

Photography Editor 





BARB 
THOMAS 

Graduates Editor 



HARRIET 
NYE 

Campus Life Editor 




MARG 
PEACOCK 

Organizations Editor 



DENNIS 
BROWN 

Men's Sports Editor 





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JUDY 
CLARKE 

Residence, 
Fraternity-Sorority Editor 



ANDREA 
JEFFREY 

Women's Sports Editor 




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NANCY 
SACHE 

Who's Who Editor 



MARG 
GOUDIE 

Index Editor 




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JANE 
KINGSBURY 

Copy Editor 



BOB 

DODS 

Ass't Business Manager 





Stan Peryer, Ass't to the Editor 






Photographer John Paterson. 



Residences: Linda Jolly, Rosemary Ball, Carol Dunnaw, Edna 
McLeod. 




Photographer Jim Wallace 



Photographer Ned McLennan 



Oxy Staff 




Grad staff: 1st. row: Marg Hannah, Irene Rudusons. 

2nd. row: Kathy Haney, Liz Ferguson, Bev Baldwin, Diane 
Ostrander. Missing: Wendy Smith. 




Organizations staff: Sallie Shannon, Pat Wilcox, Blanche Layman, 
Elspeth Henderson, Sylvia Burston, Libby McAskile, Carolyn Hogg, 
Jean Elliot, Marg Shaver. 




Fraternity-Sorority staff: Linda Cronk, Cliff 
Whiten, Paul McGinnis. 




Girls' Sports: Eleonor Ward, Helen White. 





Campus Life Sfoff: Standing: Sara Jeffreys, Janet Varch. 
Sifting: Marilyn Chapman, Harriette Nye, Lynda Olsson. 



Secretaries; Lois Wing, Marg McClelland, Wendy Dill, Bonnie Bayne, 
Beverly Honkawa, Jane Ulch. 
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Who's Who Staff: Joyce Warder, Carol Darling, 
Joanne Lethbridge, Kathleen Armitage, Nancy Scott. 




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University of WesHrn Ontario 

Member Canadian University Press 
Authorized as Second Class Matter by the Postal Department, Ottawa. 
Opinions expressed below are those of the Editorial Board of The Gazette 
and do not necessarily reflect those of the University Students' Council. 

RIGHT SHALL NOT CACK A CHAMPION; WRONG SHALL NOT GO UNOPPOSED 
Gazette Office— Room 116, Somerville House .... Phone GE 8-8091 
Minister of Publ ?ations Bob Blackwell 

EDITORIAL BOARD 

Editor-in-Chief Jim Etherington 

Managing Editor Andy Osier 

Associate Editor Stan Peryer 

News Editor . . Geoff Stevens Sports Editor . . Phil Dechman 
Photo Editor .... Doug Ort Women's Editor . . . Joan Wittig 

STAFF 

Asst. News Editor Hugh O'Rourke Cartoonist . . Paul de Gruchy 

Advt. Mgr. . . . Mike Hamilton Women's Sports Editor . . . 
Business Mgr. Howard Taylor Shirlcyan Grieve 

Asst. Sports Editor Dennis Brown Circulation Mgr. . Estelle Critelli 

Make Out Editor . . John Wilcox MAD Editor . . John Olmstead 
Gazette Sweetheart . . 

Maryanne Wilcox 

PHOTOGS: 

Jim Wallace, Pete Bidwell, Ned McLennan, Frank Pon, John 
Black, Brian Barnes, John Paterson, Paul Bawden, Don Peterson, Fred 
Adams. 

CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS: 

Peggy Arnold, Norma Giop, Anna Mascitelli. 

SECRETARIAL ASSISTANTS: 

Wendy Smith, Nancy Lorriman. 

REPORTERS 

SPORTS: 

Don Buie, Art Fidler, Jim Bristcw, Dave Prokop. Don Crawford, 
Steve Graves, Boris Pyotrovitch Sergeev, Four Flush Freddie, Ivan Ivano- 
vitch Ivanoe. 
NEWS: 

Pete Rnell. Nancy Sache, Barrie Martland, Tom Osier. Mary Pratt, 
Moheen May, Sheri Craig, Lynn Myatt, Marg Hughes, Veronica Malucky, 
Enid Buckley, Zoja Rudusans, Pat Bell, Pat Pegg, Jim Standing, Carolyn 
Struthers, Ken Shultz, Dave Martin, Sora Jeffrey, Marie Richens. 







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Jim Etherington, Editor-in-Chief 




Stan Peryer, Associate Editor 




Doug Ort, Photography Editor 





Andy Osier, Managing Editor 



GAZETTE 
EDITORS 




Paul DeGruchy, Cartoonist 





Geoff Stevens, News Editor 




Joan Wittig, 
Women's Editor 




Hugh O'Rourke, Ass't News Editor 



Dennis Brown, Ass't Sports Editor 



Phil Dechman, Sports Editor 




Gazette 
Staff 



Photography Staff. John Pater- 
son, Pete Bidwell, Ned McLen- 
nan. 




Girls' Sports 
Grieve 



Shirleyann 




Sports Staff: Don Buie, Jim Bristow, Art Fidler, Dave Prokop 





Circulation Manager: Estelle Critelli 



Business Manager: Howard Taylor 
Advertising: Mike Hamilton 




Secretaries: Nancy Lorri- 
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First Row: Pof Bell, Marg Hoghei. 
Second Row: Enid Buckley, Lynne 
Stevens, Moheen Moy, Nancy 
Sache, Tom Osier- 
Third Row: Morley Chalmers, Barry 
Martlond, Sheri Craig, Wilf Jenkins. 




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FOLIO 



Joan Honey, Editor 
Standing, Kee Dewdney, 
John Moss, Dr. Sanborne 



HANDBOOK 



Pete Telford, 
Bill Armitt, 
(co-editors) 



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Central Advertising Bureau 




Sitting: Ian Morsink, Mike Hamilton 

Standing.- Dave Grant, Jim Hughes, Jack Petch. 



Business Newsletter 




Sitting: Ken Leovens, Jos Reynhoudt, Ico-editors) 

Stonding: Ian Mcrsink, Dune McCallum, Ned Macaulay, Pat Wallace. 



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Medical Journal 




The Engineer 



First Row: Left to Right: Geoff Bottersby, Stan 

Gosewicz (Editor), Arthur Berdusco, Harriet 

McDonald, Don AAacAuley. 

Second Row: Gene Biogoni, Brian Mayall, 

Beryl Chernick, Caroiyrne Hobbs, Alice Dewd- 

ney, Catherine Cole. 

Third Row: Ross Collie, Charles Zaitz, Dave 

Crosby, Stu Klein, Dick Redinger, Ken Som- 

erton. 

Fourth Row: Jack Thurlow, Ross Currie, Bob 

Gardiner, Dave Burk, Tony Knirsch, Walt Bar- 

anowski. 



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Duffy (Asst Editor), Ackie Davanzo (Editor), Murray 

Sinclair. 

Second Row: Jack Nancekivell, John Brister, Jim 

Feeney, Terry Trecartin, George Raithby (Ass't Editor). 



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Huron Times 



Published by Huron College 

Flrsf Row: Elaine Weekes, W. K. H. Webtfer, Pot 
Iredale. 

Second Row; Bob Rankin, Don Dorst (Editor), Paul 
Might. 



Medway Monitor E 



Published by Medway Hall 

First Row: Graham Scott, John Blacklock, Paul De- 
Gruchy (Editor), Bill Casselman, Phil Ctendenning. 
Second Row: Allan Douglas, John Barnoky, Barry 
Stranks, George Weisz, John Well. 
Third Row: Jim Richards, Peter Guthrie, Ray MIchol 
Missing: Pat Eveland, Dave Grant, Ken Hardy. 





The Kingsmen 



Published by Christ the King College 

Sitting: Paul Seltz (Editor). 

Standing: John Melody, Robin Creeden, Paul McDon- 

nel, Mike Lottridge. 



Brescia Beacon 



Published by Brescia Hall 

Sitting: Jayne Kenny (Editor), Marianne Hamilton, 

Janet Heisz, Helen Healy. 

Standing: Cathy McBrien, Maggie Totton, Leona 

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WUSC FILM SOCIETY 




First Row: Left to Right: S. Gradish, M. Johnston, Dr. Farrell (Pres.) 
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UWO CHOIR 




First Row: Left to Right: L. Adrian, J. Houston, R. Billingsley, Dr. Rose, R. Merriom, C. Black. 

Second Row: K. Kearney, I. Dennis, J. Little, J. Chisholna, M. Sutherland, M. Goodfellow. 

Third Row: P. Burton, J. Coulthart, J. Boersema, B. Johnson, N. Woods. 

Fourth Row: B. A. Petz, G. Glenister, P. Brown, J. Kincaid, C. Steels. 

Fifth Row: P. Gillord, D. Kennedy, S. Carter, G, Spencer, J. Anderson. 

Sixth Row: N. Chant, E. Fulton, A. Kobe, J. Robertson, N. Taylor, J. Peebles. 

Seventh Row; R. Martin, S. Storey, J. Dedlow, R. Shackleton. 

Eighth Row: R. Warner, D. Robertson, P. Lierman, R. Muha. 

Ninth Row: J. Rempel, A. Baigent, R. Parry, C. Gracey. 

Tenth Row: F. Beattie, C. Marwood, I. Mundell. 



SUNDAY NINE O'CLOCK 




First Row: Left to Right: Joan Lennox, Chairman Judy Robertson, President Jim Colwill, Mike Hamilton, 

Ruth Billingsley, Estelle Critelli. 

Second Row: Alan Baigent, John Blockwell, Sue Spackman, Judy Clarke, Peter Hancock, David Burk. 



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LIBERAL CLUB 



First Row, Left to Right: S. Pearson, T. Crozier- President, E. Wad- 

dell-Recording sec, A. Nishinnura. 

Second Row: J. DeVos, N. Opdecunn, M. Campbell, M. Randall, 

J. Coulthart, N. Holmes-Corresponding sec, J. Benadcm, B. Follis. 

M. Lawrence, A. Sabjon. 

Third Row: C. Mickle, K. Grant, T. Jenkins, F. Llvingston-Vice- 

President, A. Angood, L, Decary, H. Sterling, A. Angood-Treasurer, 

G. Purvis, R. Dyer. 



Progressive Cons«rvaNve 
Executive 

Left to Right: Dr. D. Eldon, Bob 
Dods, John Savage, Judie Rudd, 
President Mike Hamilton, Peter 
Hancock. 



PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE CLUB 




CANADIAN UNITY MOVEMENT 



Front Row: Rosemary Dowdy, President 

Bori Consiglio, Pat Word. 

Back Row: Ed Martin, Bette Evans, Fred 

Piper. 




C.C.F. NEW PARTY 




Front Row: Joe Dillon, President Doug Goodhue, John Vetter. 

Back Row: Lawrence Cumming, Bill Leonard, Graham Weber, Sheila Burr, Elvin Rudy, Woyne Jordan, Gary Cooper 



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INTER-POLITICAL COUNCIL 



Front Row: Left to Right: Bari 

Consiglio, Don Brown, Doug 

Goodhue. 

Back Row: Fred Livingston, 

Mike Hamilton. 




SOCIETY OF THE UNITED NATIONS 




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First Row: Left to Right: Y. Norton, A. Elov, L. Browne, K. Fowler. 

Second Row: J. Little K. Armstrong, J. Clemens, K. Armour. 

Third Row; F. Livingston, R. Jackson, J. Black. 

Fourth Row: K. Fitchett, H. Sterling, M. Tampas, F. Franaki. 

Fifth Row: Mr. R. Nolte-Speaker, Dr. Lyon-Advisor, N. Phillips (Pres.)' A. Osier, H. Hassan, N. Pauwels. 



INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' CLUB 



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First Row: Left to Right: W. Wilson {pub. director), N. Pauwells, T. Kokchiang, Dr. Abad Ahmad, S. S. Rajah. 

Second Row: N. Phillips, A. Lowe, A. Sziland, K. Hamide, M. Carson, S. Bursfon, S. Singh. 

Third Row: G. Talma, A. Manore, R. Shute, A. Seely, M. Y. Norton (Sec), N. Sache, B. Sheikla. 

Fourth Row: M. Vaughan, J. Bentum-Williams, D. Bracken (Pres.l, S. Middleton (Treas.), W Nelson, B. Hammond (Vice-Pres.), D. Montz. 



INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS COMMISSION 




Left to Right: Moryonne Hall, Mike Vaughan, Poul Becker, Nancy Pfiillips, Jim Etherington. 



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CANTERBURY CLUB 




First row, left to right: J. Robinson, L. Keevil, P. Mitchell, C. Shuttleworth, R. A. Hollands, A. Lowe. 

Second row: Dean R. C. Brown, R. Wotherspoon (President), J. Hattie (Vice-President), P. Bell (Secretary), M. Bloke (Program Director), B. 

Bryant (Treasurer), Dr. J. Gwynne Timothy. 

Third row: D. Cot (Publicity Chairman), T Kingston (Senior Representative), C. Baker, D. Blockler (Social Convenor), N. Gallagher, E. Gary, 

M. Clark, P. Marriage. 

Fourth row: M. Inch, D. Rine, B. Laird, P. Durnford, J. Hunt, J. Belton, B. Smith, B. Craven. 



HILLEL SOCIETY 




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Seated Rabbi Frieburg. Standing: (L-R) H. Wisebrod, S. Craig, 
E. Elson, B. Creisman, J. Krupp. 



UNITED CHURCH CLUB 




First Row: Left to Right: K. McKenzie (Treas.), C. Judd (Sec), C. Block (Pres.) 

Second Row: M. Lavis, J. Crawford, M. Mahoney, S. Edwards, J. Henry, L. Joyce, J. Benodom, J. Riddalls. 

Third Row: J. Earl, J. Stinion, M, Cowden, J. Keyes, S. Burr, R. Burns, M. Graham, N. Warren. 

Fourth Row: C. Parker, B. Gannbrill, D. Shewan, D. Mennill, D. Docken, R. Wyatt, B. Martin, C. Karr, A. Brogden, J. Jordine, A. Baigent, B. Stephenson. 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION 




Front Row: Left to Right: Joy Fanger (Treas.), Don Brown (Pres), Neil Lowry (Vice-Pres.), Volda Schaller (Sec.) 
Back Row: John Perkins, Sally Young, David Lowry. 



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LIAHONA FELLOWSHIP 



First Row: Left to Right: S. 

Marshall, J. Chisholm, J. Tim- 

brell, L. Russell, S. MacGregor, 

R. Shute. 

Second Row: B. Wannan, W. 

Jordan, H. Boyd, E. Willis, D. 

Smith. 




NEWMAN CLUB 




First Row: Left to Right: William 
James, Anna Mascitelli, Pat- 
rick Beotty (Pres.), Rev. A. Wil- 
liams (Chaplain), Harriette Nye, 
Sandy Eoston, Patricia Joseph. 
Second Row: John Gazzola, 
Gerald Cedman, Jayne Kenny, 
Mary Alice McGrenere, Vlvi- 
anne Gelinas, Helen Henly, 
Norma Grop, Terry Hughes. 
Third Row: Peter Delanty, John 
Nosh, John Schroder, Don Mc- 
Dougall, Brian Ruby, John Dub- 
eau. 



STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT 




Front Row: Left to Right: D. 
Gray, T. Bortrom, R. Abra- 
ham, D. Cosfleden 
Second Row: D, Beatty, D. 
Henderson, I. Wong, A. Al- 
bright, B. Craven, I. Dennis, 
E. Anderson, G. Patterson 
(Pres.) 



WESTMINSTER CLUB 



Front Row: Left to 
Right: S. DeWinter, 
M. MacDonald, J. 
Buykes, M. Goudie, 
E. Ritchie. 

Second Row: J. 
Bloch, P. Morden, T. 
Golvin, H, McLaren, 
N. Jacques, R. Shack- 
leton, S. Lacey. 
Third Row: C. Vin- 
cent, T. Catton, P. 
Bradley, K. MacKin- 
lon, M. Wagstaff, J. 
^oolc, H. Farley, A. 
<olie, K. Keith, L. 
"Ord, P. Gunther. 




UNTARIAN CLUB 




Alan Moffitt, Bill Exiey, Judy Dickson, Dr. Peter Angeles 



LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




First Row: Ron Klopp, Anne Stevens, Elina Lahtinen, Marg Gutz, Miliar Lilies. 

Second Row: Doug Rhind, M. Bains, Stephen Yu, Earl Albrecht. 

Third Row: Dick Hoyler, Roy Wentzell, Roy McDonald, Bob McEachran, Ivan Saarinen, Jagmohan Jhooty. 



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WESTERN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 




First Row, left to right: R. Martin, R, Denhartog, E. Lachey, Dr. Inman, M. Blackstock, M. Booth, G. Walsh, A. McLean. 
Second Row: M. Bender, L. Cotes, L. Coates, R. Shackleton, J. Terry, N. Taylor, B. Sampson, L. Dawnie, B. Walpole. 
Third Row: J. Remple, P. Gingrich, C. Marwood, I. McRonold, H. Koop, D. Derksen, W. Spencer, F. Bibham. 



CHINESE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 




First Row, left to right: Lee Yat Chuen, Irene Wong, Tom Ing (President), Josephine Lai, Chan Kwai Funk. 
Second Row: Lee Pui Wing, Olivia Lee, Eugenia Yeun-Chi Yu, Rosina Pang, Sophie Woo Sing Wah, Howard Wong. 



U5 




First Row, left to right: 2/'Lt Graham Hitchins, O/Cdt Chorles Low, 0/Cdt Don Dawson, Major J. H. Blackwell, 2nd in Command, Lt Col A. E. Raymond, Command- 
ing Officer, Major G. F. H. Chess, Adjutant, Copt N. A. Robertson, Resident Staff Officer, O/Cdt Gerald Hipfner, O/Cdt Ernest Steward. 

Second Row: O/Cdt Norman Baldwin, O/Cdt Harold Toivonen, O/Cdt Peter Ross, 2/Lt John Runstedtler, O/Cdt Brian Sporkes, 0/Cdt John Davis, O/Cdt David 
Rowed, O/Cdt Robert Miller. 

Third Row: O/Cdt Norris Ribey, O/Cdt Carl Rogers, O/Cdf Ned McLennan, O/Cdt Edward Syrett, O/Cdt Paul Edmondson, O/Cdt Frank Pon, O/Cdf Robert Angiin, 
O/Cdt Phil Holton. 

Fourth Row: O/Cdt Eric Thurston, O/Cdt Ted Perfect, O/Cdt John Hoey, O/Cdt Joe Cote, O/Cdt Richard Earthy, O/Cdt Ken Fadelle, O/Cdt Ted Jenkins, O/Cdt 
John Warren, O/Cdt Terry Spratt, O/Cdt Ted Atkinson. 

Missing: O/Cdt Ian McNabb, 2/Lt Archie Nishimura, 2/Ltd Jack Scott, O/Cdt Richard Armstrong, O/Cdt Paul Douglas, 0/Cdt Bob Jones, O/Cdt David Morgan, 
O/Cdf William Leonard, O/Cdt Neil McCormick. 



UNIVERSITY NAVAL TRAINING DIVISION 




First Row, left to right: Cadets William Thomas, Peter Jarvis, Robert Mundy, Wm. Egener, Robert Blackwell, Perry Hill, Jack Buykes, Brian Wyotf, Roe Hetherlngton. 

Second Row: Cadets Joel Clark, Ronald Lindsay, Kelly Jones, Graham Scott, Cameron Walsh, Lawrence Wright, John Dickinson, Donald Knight, Russell Goodwin, 

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UNIVERSITY RESERVE SQUADRON 



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First Row, left to right: F/C Logan, F/C McDonald, F/C LeBlanc, F/C Calvin, P/O Quinn, F/C DEJ Smith, F/C Granger, F/C Alward, f/c Wells. 
Second Row: F/C Kopp, F/C Etches, F/C Bowman, F/C Atkinson, W/C JEK Foreman (Commanding Officer), F/L Bulani, F/C Leslie, F/C MacKay, P/O Inch. 
Third Row: Cpl Forestell, F/C Stager, F/C Barrett, F/C Hand, F/C DH Smith, F/C Benson, F/C Irwin, F/C Rayner, F/C Hawke, F/C Loopstro, F/C Ashmore. 
Fourth Row: F/C Aitken, F/C Joose, F/C Weirmeir, F/C Jones, f/c Richardson, F/C Hollands, F/C McKenzie, F/C Ferroro, F/C Gibson, F/C Jensen. 



CIRCLE K CLUB 




First Row, left to right: B. Sheridan, D. Grant, A. Crosier (Pres), S. McNeil (Vice- Pres), R. Innes (Tres), K. Havens, G. Setterington. 
Second Row: L. Weber, D. Yarmey, R. Robinson, J. Schram, D. Grant, P. Pulkinghorn, W. Scott, D. Patten, D. Livingston. 
Third Row: B. Lumsden, J. Weber, G. Lee, B. Lytle. 



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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 




First Row: Left to Right: P. Stager, S. Wade, D. Guest, G. Post, S. Kennedy, R. Grainger. 

Second Row: P. McGinnis (Pres.), J. Henry (Vice-Pres), B. Evans (Social Con-'enor), J. Lumsden (Sec), J. Foy (Treas.) 

Third Row: J. Varah, E. Waddell, J. McWhinnie, P. Ward, S. Hammond, K. Young, A. Elov, A. Hyatt, R. I>awdy, J. Morris, J. Lethbridge, B. Pope. 



SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB 




Executive: Bruce Harris (President), Doug Goodhue (Vice-President), Linda Cronk (Secretary), Myrna Mather (Treasurer), Pat Ward (Publicity). 



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DEBATING CLUB 




Left fo Right: G. Cameron (Treas.), P. Hill, H. Johnston, G. Stevens (Pres.), N. Mowry (Sec), G. Manning (Vice-Pres.), G. Ferguson. 



WHITE CROSS CLUB 




First Row-. Left to Right: Chuck Dymond, Al Grose (Pres.), Helen White, Peter Hancock. 
Second Row: Don Cox, Pat Word, Judy Talbot, Denise Beaudusan. 



149 



UNDERGRADUATE INVESTMENT CLUB 




First Row: Left to Right: Howie Taylor-Sec, Jim McGormon-Executive Agent, Don Wood-Treasurer, Peter Hancock-Vice Chairman. 
Second Row: Don Dorst, Geoff Stevens, Dave Thwaifes, Peter Brieger-Choirmon, Bill Holton, Bob Haas, Chris Clemence. 
Third Row: John Carter, Crawf Gordon, Bob Dodds, Pete Walter, George Cassidy, George Manning. 
Fourth Row: Al Mill, John Bentum-Williams, Stu Brister, Rick Swaak, Tom Hockin, Ian Lucas. 



THE IVEY LEAGUERS 




150 



First Row: Left to Right: B. Marman, R. Johnson (Chairman), J. Findlay, D. Robertson, M. Hearn, F. Ruddle. 
Second Row: R. Bratt, M. Nielson, D. Love, R. Wessels, M. Skinkle, D. Guest, A. Mill, E. McKee, K. Berscht. 
Third Row: K. Shultz, P. Turner, G. Kasparian, R. Guest, M. Wansbrough, P. Braun, B. Elford, D. Dorst. 




MARKETING CLUB 



Left to Right: W. Labrie (Treasurer), Dr. D. S. R. Leighton (Faculty Advisor), 
S. Wilgar (President), F. Blackeman (Vice-President), D. DeMaio (Secretary). 




SPEAKERS' CLUB 



First Row: Left to Right: S. Brijier, L. Burpee (Chairman), B. DeJong (MBA. 
Rep.) 

Second Row. D. Nichol, S. Thomson, J. McGormon. 



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OSLER SOCIETY 




First Row, Left to Right: M. Scarff, G. Keffer, 

B. Moyall (President), S. Klein (Vice-President), 

C. Cole (Treasurer), D. Burk (Secretary). 
Second Row: D. Redinger, D. Galbraith, R. 
Collie, D. Steeves, C. Hobbs. 

Third Row: J. Colwill, B. Gardiner, B. Cootes. 



ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA 



First Row, Left to Right: B. Chernick, B. Gard- 
iner (Secretary-Treasurer), B. Mayall (Presi- 
dent), C. Hobbs. 

Second Row: C. Keeling, J. McDonald, S. 
Klein, J. Thurlow, D. Galbraith. 
Third Row: B. Southern, T. Knirsch, J. Thonnp- 
son, C. Zaitz, T. Wood, B. Wright. 



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MEDS MERRYMAKERS 




Left to Right: J. Henderson (First Year Rep), D. Crosby (Second Year Rep.), Conner Dewdney (Director of Student Activities], H MacDonald 
(Third Year Rep.), B. Mayall (Fourth Year Rep.) 



CAMSI 



Left to Right: B, Barr (Junior Rep.), G. 
Battersby (Retired Rep.), D. MacAu(ey 
(Senior Rep.) 





POLITICAL 
SCIENCE 
CLUB 



Front Row: Left to Right: F, Livingston, 
Dr. P. V. Lyon, Dr. H. Mayo, Dr. Kelson, 
J. Standing. 

Bacic Row: D. George, P. Jaclcson, P. Roell, 
Y. Norton. 



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SPORTS CAR CLUB 




First Row: Left to Right: H. Hogey, D. Gratiam, J. Westeinde, C. Godbold, D. Mason, M. Brice, M. Eby. 

Second Row: J. Cannpbell, B. Graham, M. Beverley, B. Moron, B. Munro. 

Executive: Right of Car: B. Mills, B. Fellner, B. Steen, R. Roinbmon, J. Ross, G. Webster. 




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BROADCASTING 
SOCIETY 



First Row: Left to Right: S. Grieve (Vice-Pres.), 
J. Black (Pres.), J. Bentum-Williams (Treas.), J. 
McNally |Sec.| 

Second Row: J. Pellow, B. Coleman (2nd Vice- 
Pres), B. Colder, C. McVicor, E. Jennison. 
Third Row: R. Smith, M. Holland, C. Griffin, D. 
Johnson, S. Aris, B, Lock, R. Oldridge. 



RADIO AMATEURS 



First Row: Left to Right: Dr. Hay, D. Weaver 
(Treas.), W. McHugh (Sec.) 

Second Row: W. Wilson, J. Emerson (Pres.), D. 
Mossison, T. Cotton, J. Hunt, E. Brogden. 
Third Row: R. Turnbull (Vice-Pres.), V. Kushnir. 



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CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICISTS 




Left to Right: Rokus Den- 
hartog (4th yr. rep.). 
Bill Vander Velde |2nd 
yr. rep.), Dr. W. H. 
Wehlau (Chairman), Roy 
Wentzell (Vice-Choir- 

man), Oavia Weaver 
(4th yr. rep.), John Moss 
(3rd yr. rep), Valentino 
McEachron (sec-treas.) 



MATHEMATICS 
CLUB 



First Row: Left to Right: M. 
Riley, M. Gillies, L. Budden 
(Sec.-Treas.), Dr. McKay (Faculty 
Advisor), R. Barnes (President), 
G. Hornby (VicePres.), J. Hot- 
tie, S. Burston. 

Second Row-. R. Martes, R. 
Scoines, R. Ennis, M. Herbert, 
R. Youngblut, S. Chan, R. 
Blockwell. 
Third Row: J. Clarke, B. Ahrens, 

C, Black, G. Law, D. Huffman, 
T. Struthers. 

Fourth Row: D. Sloan, J. Syrett, 

D. Hicks, J. Valenga. 



SKETCH CLUB 



Left to Right: Dr. Eldon, J. 
Robctson, R. Martin, J. Hattie, 
S. Young, B. Gilman, P. Pegg, 
Tony Urquart (Instructor). 




CHEMICAL INSTITUTE OF CANADA 




First Row: Lefr to Right: D. Jones (Vice-Pres.), M. W. James (Trees.), T. R. Hollands (Pres.), J. MocDonold (Sec.) 

Second Row: T. Brydges, N. Lowry, M. C. Fallona, M. Clark, S. Spisoni. 

Third Row: G. R. Webster, R. Jordan, P. Eby, T. Durst, P. Tham, B, Wilson, J. Dzugan. 

Fourth Row: R. A. Simmons, R. Yip, J. Saunders, C. Gehrels, D. E. Goldsac, J. Soltys, J. Hipfner. 

Fifth Row: D. Sheppard, J. Aberhact, M. Summer, B. Huston. 



INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS 




First Rowi Left to Right: J. Kopp, R. Turnbull (Vice-Chairman), G. Fatum (Chairman), Prof. H. Tull (Faculty Rep.), R. Clarice, 

M. Bell. 

Second Row: A. Marriage, R. Etches, W. Golding, M. James, K. Mason, J. Ozard, P. Martin. 



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GEOGRAPHY CLUB 



Seated: Left to Right: Dune Anderson 
(president), Nancy Levis Isocial convenor). 
Standing: George Priddle (social convenor), 
Larry Bourne (treasurer), Alex Blair (vice- 
president), Joyce Simmons (secretary). 




SCIENCE WOMEN'S COLLOQUIUM 




First Row: Left to Right: Vol McEachren, Sue 
Corey, Ruth Holyer, Judy McDonald (Presi- 
dent), Gwen Hunter, Mary C. Fallono. 
Second Row: Sandra Lampero, Pat Evans, 
Velta Liepins, Marjorie Gillies, Mary Smith, 
Shirley Haycock, Isabelle McKewan. 
Third Row: Margaret Clarke, Heather Stanley, 
Phyllis McAlpine. 



OUTCROP CLUB 



First Row: Left to Right: Professor G. H. Reavely, Dr. G. G. Suffel, Dr. 

C. G. Winder (Honorary President.), Gord Lister (President), Gary Mc- 

Glouglin, Stew Jackson (Secretary). 

Second Row: Paul Joseph, Dave Smith, John Thibaudeau, John Nunan, 

Fred Harris, Kerry Benson, Stew McCallum. 

Third Row: Maris Rutilis, Gord Tebbutt, Jim Guy, Senath Rajah, George 

Erdosh, Joe Dornai. 

Fourth Row: Alex Brown, Dick Agar, Charles Cajka, Dove Browne, Ed. 

Haydon, Barry Whelon, Steve Scott. 




CLIO CLUB 




First Row: Left to Right: Dr. D. G. Kerr (Faculty Advisor), Margaret Goudie (Vice-President), John Hoover (President), Judith Carter (Social 

Convenor), James Clemens (Sec.-Treas.), Kay Fowler |2nd Year Rep.) 

Second Row: Ian Mundell, Bill MacKenzie. Doug Monfz, Jill Henry, Leone Hamilton, Jeanette Uzas, Bernice Dilling, John Blockwell, John 

Coleman, Martin Kowanetz. 

Third Row: Ted Humphrey, Bill Mountain, Brian Black, Frank Dillon. 



POLYCON CLUB 




158 



First Row: Left to Right: Glen Simpson, Dr. R. Wannacoft, Murray Brown. 

Second Row: Steve Brown, Jim Chang Lee, Ken Alles, Dr. G. Reuber, Dr. D. Eldon, Graham Weber, Mike Hamilton, Ron 

Gadbois. 

Third Row: Bob Rose, Cesar Vonnesti, Jim Lyons, Frank Faure, Don Dawson, Brian Skuffhom, Dick Steel, Ralph Armores. 



HESPERIAN CLUB 




Front Row: Left to Right: Bill Exiey (Vice-Pres.), Elaine Young (Pres.), Bill MacKenzie. 
Bock Row: Judy Dickson, Linda Browne (Sec), Nancy Jackson, Peter Dubas. 



PHILOSOPHY CLUB 




Left to Right: Toby Chapmon, Ruth Billingsley, Sue Holland, Dr. S. G. French (Faculty Advisor), Dick Henderson (President). 



159 



BADMINTON CLUB 




First Row: Left to Right: D. Morgan, T. Brunt (President), H. Kond, L. Joyce, G. Randall, L. Decarie, B. Grosskorth. 
Second Row: R. Wilson, J. Tan, K. Tcjyior, D. Macintosh, B. Love, T. Smith, J. Denhartog, R. Ferguson, P. Wendling. 
Third Row: E. Robbins, K. Armstrong, M. Deacon, D. Russell, B. Moggoch, L. Clark, D. Davidson, B. Granger. 



FENCING CLUB 




160 



Front Row: Left to Right: N. Opdecam, T. Johnson, O. Phillipson'Pres.), J. de Vos, C. White. 

Back Row: C. de Tourreii (Coach), B. Douglas, C. Mullory, E. Sunaitis, A. Douglas, C. Holloway (Coach). 

Absent: G. Stacey (Armourer), J. Benadom, V. Corti, P. Tham, J. Fulham, U. Graham. 




ROWING CLUB 



Firsf Row: Dr. P. C. Fitz-James (Coach). 

Second Row: B. Richards (Manager), D. Redinger 

(Secretary-Treos.), R. Niemy (Captain). 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 
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First Row: Left to Right: Molina Kallaur, Elizabeth Smith, Dorothy Kreutzkamp, Margaret Gillet (Treas), Carol Judd (Pres.), Janet Tripp (Sec), Barbara Dovii, 
Kilby Crowder. 

Second Row: Pat Hunt, Judith Regan, Mary Teresa Goodwin, Elizabeth Hil(, Joanne Norrie, Brenda Burchill, Jean Head, Jill Har.ey, Sho leen Phidips 

Eugenia Yu. 

Absent: Barbara Bolton (Vice), Olho Drozd. 



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EL CIRCULO 
HISPANICO 



Left fo Right: T. Barrett, R. Ham- 
ilton, P. Pollard, B. Layman 
(Vice-Pres.), N. Kennington 
(Pres.), N. Mowry (Sec), C. 
Bokke, M. Kenney (Treas.), C. 
White, 
Absent: M. Fernandez. 




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LE CERCLE 
FRAN^AIS 



First Row: Left to Right: J. Jull (Trees), B. Moclcness 

(Pres.), J. Lawson (Vice-Pres.), J. Earl (Sec.) 

Second Row: Prof. Cosoubcn, I. Suter, P. Bourgeault, 

Dr. Heller. 

Third Row: P. Thompson, E. Young, B. Bishop, J. Read, 

H. Hanson. 



DER DEUTSCHE 
KLUB 



First Row: Left to Right: M. Blake 
(Sec), R. Vender Vaart, E. Ferraro 
(Pres.), R. Dyer, N. Holmes, B. 
Noice. 

Second Row: M. E. MacDonald, C. 
Carnegie, J. Anderson, G. Fokszey, 
J. Izatt, Mrs. McAuley, Mr. Mc- 
Auley, I. Eschenlohr. 
Third Row: H. Gloesner, G. Bor- 
hort, Dr. Spencer, Mrs. Kalbfleisch, 
Dr. Kalbfleisch, Dr. Peyton Lyon, 
Mr. Frank, H. Sallmen, A. Iredcle, 

J. Read, 

Absent: B. Sennewald (Vice-Pres.), 

E. White (Treas.), D. Wharram, C. 

St««ls. 




UKRANIAN 
CLUB 



First Row: Left to Right: B. Fe- 
dok, A. Twaskebeako, A. Step- 
aniuck (Vice-Pres), J. Parsons 
(Pres), Olho Drozd (Sec), Dr 
Roslycky, E. Melech, N. Prisco 
Second Row: B. Kostuk, J. Niki 
fork, J. Cooper, G. Genyt, B 
Church, S. Fokszey, S. Palko 
R. Mileski, D, Hobbs, V. Kos 
zorny. 





SLAVIC CIRCLE 



First Row: Left to Right: Sue Derby (Sec), 
Rita Bobruk (Prpi), Mr. Vorny, Mrs. Isy- 
umov, Mrs. Bernotas. 

Second Row: Bob Reader, Phil Clenden- 
ning, John Blackwell, Pat Moloney, 
Myrna Mather, Blanche Laynnon, Clive 
Holloway, Wayne Wilson. 



CIRCOLO 

UNIVERSITARIO 
ITALIANO 



First Row: Left to Right: Dr. J. Adel, Dr. D. Lenar- 

don, T. Pugliese (Vice-Pres.), R. Yachetti (Pres), S. 

Pearson (Sec), V. Formosi (Vice-Pres.), Dr. J. Gior- 

gini, D. Taliano. 

Second Row: P. Cook, P. Castrodale, M. Love, M. 

Donley, J. Ptaszek, K. Crowder, C. Bursaw, L. Cas- 

furo. 

Third Row: H. R. J. Home, E. Terech, H. J. Burton, 

M. E. Carbone, M. V. Lottridge, L. Jorobek, G. Pozzo, 

D. Galgani, T. Petrucci, J. K. Kanja, B. Farrell, F. 

Grebenc, R. Creeden. 




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Exercise 




Harvey's special protege 




Are they really worth if? 



This is how its done 



Joe Freshman 



Are we having fun 




Frosh Sweetheart 




Cleda Bursaw 





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Jan Wilton 



Photoj by Victor Aziz 



Liz Street 




Let me at it! 

Five Middlesex College Freshettes were chosen as finalists for Frosh Sweetheart 
from a record thirty-one nominees. Last year's Sweetie, Libby AAcAskille, crowned 
Jan Wilton during the intermission at the dance held in Middlesex Hall. Imme- 
diately after, the new Sweetheort phoned her parents in Lethbridge to tell them 
the good news. 

"I was very, very, happy!" Jon said. 




A Sweetie i$ crownedl 



London Free Press 



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Bridge anyone? 



Cannon fodder. 





VELCDME 
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Rare indeed. 




Watch da game much? 






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George Hortwell, Alumni Director. 



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It wouldn't be Homecoming without rain. 




Here's hoping the parade was the cause of this??? 




Bev Eynon 



Graham leads a sing along. 



Go Elvis! 




Carol does "Frankie and Johnny 




Grad gals' gams 

Western Alums 



Back on the Hill 





Let s do iti 



You know how I am 



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Rompin Ronnie Pogue 



Sherlock Dorst 



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Treasure 
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I think I can afford it. 

W.U.S.C. Treasure Van, International market 
place for native handicrafts, gives students across 
Canada a chance to see and purchase the pro- 
ducts of countries around the world. On display 
this year in the Great Hall of Huron College were 
Egyptian Poison rings, leather goods from Mor- 



I have just the spot at home 

occo. Alpaca slippers from Peru, carved figures 
in ebony, zebra skin drums as well as numerous 
other exotic, colourful displays. Proceeds provide 
funds for the international projects of World Uni- 
versity Service. 





Bill Pollen, WUSC President, rings up o sole 





Marg Peacock — Convenor 



DecisionsI DecisionsI 




Incense Hm- 



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Sold! One exotic bird of poradise 



Model Parliament 




Will we or won't we? 




Party colds 




The new governnnen* 




The honourable member speaks 




Lively Libefals 



183 



Meds School 



School of Nursing 



Present 



Tachycardia 



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The kickline: Marg Greeniaus, Freda Simson, Alice Morton, Penny Thomas, Betty 
Brush, Rochelle Cadieux. 




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We're gonna get hell for this Eve! 





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The Ice Palace goes up 



Meds charioteers 




Soperintendaent Hockin and CO. 



Heading for a spill 



Determination 



WEEK-END 




U.C. Ball decorators 



The big night 



187 



Cross -Campus 




LINN ANN JERVIS, Toronto, 21, brown 
hair, blue eyes. Arts 3, Canterbury Club, 
Head Girl at Huron College. 



JOAN MORRIS, Toronto, 20, light brown 
hair, blue eyes. Sec. Science 3, UCC, Psy- 
chology Club. 



SARA GRANGER, London, 20, brunette, 
blue eyes. Honours Arts 4, Purple Patches, 
Women's Undergrad. 



RUTH SILLS, Seaforth, 21, brunette, 
brown eyes. Honours Arts 4, USC, Presi- 
dent of Brescia Council. 





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cratic Council, Tachycardia. 



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ANN EVANS, Bradford, 20, brunette hazel / 

eyes, Arts 3, USC, Purple Spur. 





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hair, blue eyes. Arts 3, UCC Sub-prefect, 
Intercollegiate tennis. 



PATRICIA RUSAK, Delhi, 20, blonde hair, 
green eyes. Honours Arts 3, Editor Occi- 
dentclio, NFCUS. 




SHEILA FERRIS, Windsor, 21, dark brown 
hair, brown eyes. Honours Arts 3, Purple 
Patches, USC. 



DIANE MURPHY, Toronto, 21, brown hair, 
blue eyes, Sec. Science 3, Purple Spur, 
Drum Majorette. 



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The Leads - Front Row: Left to Right: Ruth McMone, Mary Lillian Mackenzie, Sue Sweeney. 
Second Row: Herb Horsey, Roger Yachetti, Keith Jobbitt, Art Fidler. 



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Directors Major and Mrs. I. W. Hii 



Choreographer Bernice Harper ) 



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Music Director Ron Brown 



PATCHES 

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Together 




Conversationalists 



Come along 




Production Staff - Front Row: Left to Right: Carole Marshall, Dick Wotherspoon, Nan Scott, Lynn 

Patterson. 

Back Row: Dave Sharpe, Al Coles, Mike Farley, Jim King, John Coirnes. 




Producer Doug Henry 





Between the acts 



Around 



Roger the Wreck (??) and team 




La chere Sheri 





Tummyaches? 








Assistant choreographer having trouble 
balancing? 




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Shave? 



Looks like a good deal 



Voylet, "Don't call me a phoney" 



with Patches' Cast 





Ruth tells him what's what 



Guiches and bare feet 



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Leads: (left to right) standing: Mary Lou Barnes, Andy Billingsley, Ron 
Nisbet, Valda Schaller; seated: Lynn Wildfong, Dorothy Shewan; swing- 
ing: Peter Purvis. 




Lord Tolloller (Andy Billingsley) and Lord Mount Ararat (Ron Nisbet) 




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Prodoction Staff: Front Row: Don Jones, Jeanette McKinley, Dr. Packer 
^"^ (director); Bock Row: Ken Shultz, Art Fidler, Al Gross, Andy Billingsley. 



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Pat Burton, Don Jones, Bill Webster, Barbara Ann Coles. 

Sullivan Society 



Louder, louder! 



Queen of the Fairies (Dorothy 
Shewon) scorns Private Willis 
(Art FIdler) 



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lOLANTHE 




The chorus 





Lord Chancellor and Pat Burton 



Lechery set to music 



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BRESCIA 
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and then they lowered the boom 




The Lady's Not For Burning 



DRAMA 
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Old-fashioned lovers 



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The Marriage Proposal: Intervarsity Drama Festival entry. 




John Moss directing his friends in The Poet. 




Tne makeup girls. 



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No Exit by Sartre. 



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No Exit 



INTERVARSITY 



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Nine Canadian colleges and universities were represented 
at the Intervarsity Drama Festival which took place at the 
Grand Theatre. Western's Players' Guild hosted the festival 
this year. We also were the nnain contributor, presenting two 
of the eleven productions — Huron's The Marriage Proposal, 



and Brescia-C.K.C.'s The Lady's not for Burning. The awards 
were made at a banquet held for all those participating. 
Laurentian and AAcGill had the best plays; Western took hon- 
ours with Mary Ann Lowe as best actress, and John Black- 
lock as best supporting actor. 





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Western's Lady didn't burn. 



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Work ? 



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Da goils in Con Hall 




Harry and Jinn , . . R.N.'s 




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Howard and Wiesegger in mechanical drafting 



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Engineering 




Sounds dubious to me 




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Castle, Bozek and Fleming — confused by the computer 




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Connie and Marybelle 



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All that work was just too much! 



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Science 




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Quelle concentration! 



Do these Low types constantly book if? 



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Spencer Hall 




Seated: Jeannie MacKenzie, Isabella Dempsey, Anna-Jane Willis, Sheila McCullough, 
Standing: Tanya Johnson, Maryl Mercer, Nancy Callaghan, Jill Harley, Gloria Soss. 
Absent: Martha Borschke. 




Spencer sweeties 




Ca c'est ramourl 





Aint she sweet??? 



The finished product 



212 




What a dolll 



Shaggy and Friend 






Home Sweet Home" 



The name's Nick, not Call 




"Oh Reallyll 



Tackle her, Sluggerl" 



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Medway Hall 




First Row: Left to Right: George Stacey, John Atkins, Jim Goulasarian, John Klein, Bernie Colder. 
Second Row: Murray Neilson, John MacArthur, Bob Rose, Paul Stager, Jim Farley, Dave Gogan. 





Another honest card gamel 



The Murphy House Players" 



Brescia 





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Better watch out, Santal 



Isn't that o hoot? 




Some callll 





Scholars 



So I said to him. 



217 



Christ The King College 




Care for a martini? 





Hey George, got any mix?" 





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Shake it, kidi 



"And furthermore. 




Wish he hadn't had any mix? 



218 





'Hey Harryl Did you bring those T.V. dinners?' 



C.K.C. Portals 




'Getting your degree is easy — oil it takes is. 





I don't know what they're doing either. 



Favorite college pastimes. 



219 



Huron College 




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Sandy Sawie 

Queen of 
Huron Ball 



Dahling — you're lovely. 





The king and his court. 



Ah, true love? 



221 




Hellmuth 
Hall 



Front Row, left to right: Mary Lou Barnes, Miss Morley, Marjorie Pearson, 
Lee Thornton. 

Bock Row: Janet Ray, Lynn Stevens, Barb Pogue, Carole MocDonald, 
Caroline White, Joanne Cox, Mary Kidd. 



Benson 
House 



Front Row, left to right; Gail Hardy, Diane Sturgess, Sue Roth. 
Second Row: Demaris Hanseman, Judy Osier, Miss A. Bode, Ruth 
McMane, Mary Shaver, Judy Sheldon. 

Bock Row: Nancy Hungerford, Carolyn Hogg, Marianne Bainard, 
Mary Elwin, Connie Reid, Helen Klauser, Joanne Scott, Rosemary 
Phillips, Morg White. 





Brough 
Hall 



Front Row, left to right: Jean Pickering, Elizabeth Revell, Linn Jervis, 

Dianne Hughes. 

Back Row: Marg Church, Sally Fauquier, Betty Jean Gran, Down Blackler, 

Robin Johnson, Lenore Rozell, Coird Wilson, Alice May Clark, Alberta 

Booth. 



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Worms and dead horses 




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Westminster College 




First Row: Left to Right: Lynn Patterson, Gary Chandler, Janet Trott. 

Second Row; Jane Henry, Bill Martin, Carole Parker, Jim Lawson, Sue Edwards, Bill Pollen. 




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Peek-a-boo 



Our home 



Another lost weekend. 




Here's to Westminster 



New use for the dryer 



Welcome 
Westminster 





Third place 



Bliss 



Tres chic 



MacKinnon House 




President - Bill Pollen 
Secretary - Bob Grainger 
Business Manager - Steve Pepper 
Works Manager - Don Dickson 



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First Row: Left to Right: Bog Grainger, Don Dickson, Mrs. Scott, Steve, Pepper, Wayne Jackson. 

Second Row: Tpm Brunt, Doug Tanner, Bill Fraser, Bob Moggach, Terry Ellwood, Don Taylor. 

Third Row: Ivan Walsh, Paul Zurbrigg, Paul Lewis, Herman Sallmen, Gord Smith. 
Absent: Bill Pollen. 




Fall fun 



Lutheran Student Centre 



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Floor, Left fo Right: Eorl Albrecht, Ronald Kloop 

First Row: M. S. Bains, Stephen Yu, Hans Loale, Roy Wentzell, 

Second Row: Miliar Lillies, Rolf Loeffler, Ivan Soarinen 



Officers: 

Head Student - Earl Albrecht 

Pastor - Rev. Donald Jonson 




Jag Jhooty 



A Study in Concentration. 



Officers: 

President - Don McDougall 
Vice-President - John Gozzola 
Chaplain - Father A. Williams 



Newman House 




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First Row, Left to Right: Bill James, Don McDougall, Deris Giavedoni, Rather Williams, John Gozzolc 
John Schroder, Terry Hughes. 

Second Row: Arthur Sebastian, Ronald Sexton, Robert Hole, Edward Abud, John Dubeou, Emil Jorecsni 
John Irving, Sandy Easton Catfish." 



227 





The new look in compact abodes" 




Hey Bob, see yal" 



Other 



Abodes 




Go Awayll! Let me suffer alone." 




An "abode" we all share 





'Can't you get through to Medway?" 



"79 cents for a duitmopi" 



No formal dress here! 





A typical supper table 



Plenty of room for exercise - like physical and beverage-wisel 





The JOYS of keeping house? 



A typical evening in the life of an 
apartment dweller???? 





If I knew you were coming I'd have 
baked a cakel 



So there's no maid service 



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First row: Harriette Nye, Lynda Olsson, Anna Rush, Barb Thomas, Sara Granger, Mrs. Hull, Sondra Johnson, Marg Peacock, Carol Alexander, Ruth Merriom, Anne 

Fanning. 

Second row: Joan Grant, Irena Rudusans, Mary McLeod, Blanche Layman, Marg Gillett, Bette Evans, Sara Willis, Vivi-Anne Callow, Lynn Patterson, Ruth Martin, 

Maryl Mercer, Wendy Fraser. 

Third row: Beverley Honkawa, Marg McCullough, Dorothy Humphrey, Pat Atkinson, Lenore Roszell, Diane Sturgis, Marg Hannah, Dannie Underhill, Nancy Lorriman, 

Foye Gaskin, Sue Derby. 

Fourth row: Wendy Wilson, Joyce Houghtling, Jacki Moore, Diane Ostrander, Dee Croly Dana McGrath. 

Fifth row: Lynn Myatt, Marybelle Sinclair, Gwen Walsh, Ann Clapperton. Absent: Jane Kingsbury, Marlene Fraser. 



Gamma Phi Beta 




President — Sara Granger 
Vice- President — Anne Fanning 
Treasurer — Barb Thomas 
Recording Secretary — Anna Rush 
Rushing Chairman — Marg Peacock 
Efficiency Chairman — Carol Alexander 
Corresponding Secretary — Lynda Olsson 
House President — Harriette Nye 



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First Row: Left to Right: Marg McClelland, Janet Varah, Carol Darling, Sheila Ferris, Mrs. Hardy, Linda Cronk, Judy Clarke, Morg Goudie, Sally Harrison, Pot Rusak. 

Second Row; Helen McLaren, Joyce Warder, Betty Mackness, Rosemary Ball, Janef Raid, Nancy Dally, Pauline Beattie, Judy Robertson, Mary Wood, Helen White, Pat 

Bell. 

Third Row: Jill Henry, Pat Wilcox, Pot Gillord, Joanne Lethbridge, Andrea Jeffrey, Marg Rose, Karen McKinnon, Jeanne McKenzie, Becky Russell, Barb Pope. 

Fourth Row: Janice Earl, Nancy Kennington, Joan Lennox, Marg Clark, Owen Spencer, Heather Stanley, Judie Rudd, Elaine Fulton, Isabella Dempsey, Marilyn Greb, 

Carol Dumaw. 



Kappa Alpha Theta 



President — Sheila Ferris 
Vice-President — Linda Cronk 
Treasurer — Judy Clarke 
Corresponding Secretary — Carol Darling 
Recording Secretary — Marg McClelland 
Rush Chairman — Sally Harrison 
Social Convenor — Janet Varah 




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First Row: Left to right: Shirleyan Grieve, Ann Evans, Carol Brovk^n, Wendy Robertson, Mrs. Chapman, Bev Baldwin, Sue Peever, Liz Ferguson, Wendy Smith, 

Libby McAskile. 

Second Row: Judy Talbot, Martha Jackson, Barb Burrows, Mary Kirkpotrick, Nan Mowry, Linda Jolly, Marg Wescott, Barb Husser, Joan Mortin, Jeanne Elliot. 

Third Row: Liz Ross, Carolyn Hogg, Marg Hughes, Sally Fauquier, Anne Sutherland, Linn Jervis, Marg Ring, Sheila Tweedie, Peg Richardson, Ann Christiansen. 

Fourth Row: Connie Scott, Ann Walkie, Judy Myers, Karen Hendry, Ann McClatchie, Mary Ann Nelles, Bonnie Bayne, Noelle Grace, Di Murphy, Booty Guiltinan, 

Cynthia Sanders. 

Absent: Jan Lumsden, Elspeth Henderson. 



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President — Bev Baldwin 
Vice-President — Liz Ferguson 
Treasurer — Shirleyan Grieve 
Rush Captain — Wendy Smith 
Recording Secretary — Di Murphy 
Corresponding Secretary — Bonnie Bayne 



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First Row: Left to Right; Mike Hunter, Pat Mazier, Tom Jepson, Dick Meen, Lome Amacher, Don MocAulay, John Biehn, Ray Peramaki, Dave Lament, Jim Clapperton, 

Dave Crosby. 

Second Row: Leigh Naftolin, Donner Dewdney, Ralph Ruby, John Hyatt, Paul Fisher, Jim Henderson, John Hartog, Art Berdusco, Ron Brooksbank, Ron Habros, Malcolm 

Fraser. 

Third Row: Ted Ecclesfone, Jim Curtis, Shig Sugiyoma, Ernie Spratt, Carl Wyse, Stan Gasewiez, Ross Currie, Mike Dennis, Roy Kiff, Terry Cullen, Dory Maynard. 

Fourth Row: Wayne Grainger, Jack McDonald, Gary Gowette, Bill Greenwood, Trevor McClintock, Larry Bate, Pete Bidwell, Mike Aust, Bob Henry, Mike Grace, Lew 

Bclsdon. 

Fifth Row: Bill Bryant, Gary Ferguson, Larry Burt, Bob North, Dick Taylor, Bill Williams, Tony Opie. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa 




President — Don MacAulay 
Vice-President — John Biehn 
Treasurer — Ray Peramaki 
Corresponding Secreary — Larry Burt 
Recording Secretary — Dick Meen 
Rushing Chairman — Dave Crosby 



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First row, Left to right: Ken Winger, Jim Etherington, Jim Hughes, Doug Henry, Garry Fisher, Pete Telford, John Schram, Mike Hamilton, Geoff Stevens. 

Second row: Doug McDowell, Dick Longley, Steve Pepper, Mike Vaughon, Fred Hagermcn, Garry Suter, Lynn Goth, Brian Peifer, Jim White, Jamie Laird, Wayne 

Stewart. 

Third row: Bill Cornwall, Doug Dawson, Peter Castle, Bill Fleming, Barry Gage, Ian Underhill, David Grant, Art Fider, Ron McNeill, Bill Pollen. 

Fourth row: John Atkins, Grant Geall, Gerry Dimmick, Don Mcllraifh, Don Taylor, Barrie Martland, David Sharpe, Tom Allen, Fred Oille, Bill Etherington, Gory Greatrex. 

Fifth row: Mike Aiken, John Fanning, Ray Hetherington, Charlie Ross, Chris Lay. 



Beta Theta Pi 



President — Gary Fisher 
Vice-President — Peter Telford 
Treasurer — James Hughes 
Recording Secretary — John Schram 
Corresponding Secretary — Doug Henry 
Rushing Chairman — Michael Hamilton 
IFC Representative — Lynn Goth 




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First row Left to right: Lorry Persyico, Alan Medline, Mike Koskie, Stu Klein, Michael Lubell, George Kulos, Andy Szilord. 

Second row: Al Yuzpe, Noom Chernick, Jerry Posen, Nardi Glass, Mel Herzog, Do ^e Fieldstone. 

Third row: Dove Burk, Lary Belman, Frank Goldstein, Murray Brickmon, Harvey Rabin, Bob Maidenburg, Charlie Zaitz, Bob Cox. 



Beta Sigma Rho 



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Chancellor — Stu Klein 
Vice-Chancellor — Mike Koskie 
Auditor — Michael Lubell 
Corresponder — Lorry Persyko 
Recorder — Alan Medline 
Warden — George Kutas 



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First Row: Left to Right: Ian Douglas, Tom Fleming, Rick Thorpe, Pete Jarvis, Doug Young, Bob Tate, Greg Kasperian, David Bell, Ron Christie, Harold Shobsove. 

Second Row: Dave Johnson, John Westeinde, Roger Stev^art, Brent Mundy, Al Coles, John Turner, Rod Willis, John Hethrington, Jim Purkis, John Morris, Bob Dods, 

Phil Haymon. 

Third Row; Dave Tate, Stu Carter, Doug Graham, Bob Malby, Lorry Bourne, Barry Cramp, Garry McKenzie, John Bassett, Don Grant, John Howard. 

Fourth Row: Dune McRae, Bob Rose, Jack Nancekivell, Roily Barrett, Dave McCourtie, Dove Raham, Bill Brown, Bill Strang, John Finloy, George Steels, Tom Hockin. 

Fifth Row: Gary Ewart, Pete Fowler, Wayne Neal, Rick Sherrin, George Priddle, Tom Tweedie, Gard Gommoge, Bob Barr, Dune Sinclair, Jim Brown 



Delta Upsilon 



President — Bob Tate 
Vice-President — Doug Young 
Treasurer — Greg Kasperian 
Recording Secreary — Dave Bell 
Rushing Chairman — Pete Jarvis 
Social Chairman — Tom Fleming 




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First row: Left to right: Scott Baker, Duncan McCallum, Dick Hegan, Paul McCleary, Bruce Ford, Rich Clark, Jerry Phillips, Ken Leavens, Don Taliano, Cliff Whiten. 
Second row: Gary Boug, Bob Coull, Ken Earthy, Don Krikorian, Norm Hubley, Jerry Snowden, John Lindsoy, Neil McMurray, Murray Taylor. 
Third row: Terry O, Connor, Jim Hayhurst, Tom Barton, Jim Myer, Mike Favalaro, Terry Sweeney, Tony Martens, Dave McCordic. 



Kappa Alpha 




President — Bruce Ford 

First Vice-President — Paul McCleary 

Second Vice-President — Rich Clark 

Secretary — Cliff Whiten 

Treasurer — Dick Hegan 

Corresponding Secretary — Don Krikorian 

IFC Representative — Jerry Phillips 




First row. Left to right: Ralph Addison, Jos. Reynhoudt, Jim Carrie, Marty Farnsworth, Bruce Johnson. 

Second row: John Blackwell, Dave Livingstone, Jerry Weber, Bob Smith, Bill Van Zont, Marshall Wansbrough, Morrison Hurley. 

Third row: Ron Walenius, Cyril Ing, Jay Murley, Pat Wallace, Allon Laird, Bill Douglas. 



Phi Delta Beta 



Honourary President — Jim Carrie 

President and House Manager — Marty Farnsworth 

Treasurer — Ralph Addison 

Pledge Captoin — Ron Walenius 

IFC Representative — Josias Reynhoudt 

Rushing Chairman — Bill Douglas 

Sports Representative — Pat Wallace 




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First row, Left to right: John Snelgrove, Murray Brown, Ed Martin, Howie Taylor, Dave Ziegler, Dick Steele, Dave Epstein, Bob Tisdole, Dove Snnith. 

Second row: Carl Steiss, Carl Fleck, Bert Wilson, Waide Egener, Bill Sheridan, Roman Niemy, Dick Toivonen, Tom Irwin. 

Third row: Ian Brash, Sam Markou, Paul McGinnis, Wayne Lewis, George Cassidy, Owen Smith, Ron Belfz, Bill Jennings, Bruce Clark, Bill Whiteside. 

Fourth row: Gary Colbert, Bill Martin, Steve Kennedy, Allan Brogden, Steve Scott, Dave Roe, John Klein, Paul Smith, Jack Woodcock, Denny Miller, Stephen Waide. 



Sigma Chi 




President — Dave Zeigler 
Vice-President — Howie Taylor 
Treasurer — Murray Brown 
Recording Secretary — Dick Steele 
Corresponding Secretary — Waide Egener 
IFC Representative — Dave Rae 
Rush Chairman — Dick Clark 
Social Chairman — John Snelgrove 



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First row, Left fo right: Peter Brieger, Dave McCray, Skip Gilchrist, Peter Arnold, Crawford Gordon, Gar Pink, John Boyd, John Savage, Duff Scoft. 
Second row: Andy Osier, Dan McLachlin, Rod Thompson, Doug McDonald, Joe Dillon, Al Mill, Fred Lietch, Ian Russell, Mike Roell, Bob Bratti. 
Third row: Chip Comstock, Ken Berscht, Fred Asma, Bill Holton, Norm Elder, Don McFarlane, Scott Ritchie, Bob Burns, Dick Innes, Courtney Foster. 
Fourth row: Pete Walter, Ralph Asselin, Pieter Roell, Leslie Backus, Morley Lemon, Doug Young, Bob Wyckham, Fred Piper, Gary Shaw, Al Cox. 



Zeta Psi 



First Term President — Peter Arnold 

Vice-President — Crawford Gordon 

Secretary — Andy Osier 

Treasurer — Gar Pink 

Second Term President — Crawford Gordon 

Vice-President — Gar Pink 

Secretary — Peter Brieger 

Treasurer — Gary Shaw 




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Panhellenic Council 




Left to Right: Marg Peacock, Sally Harrison, Sheila Ferris, Dr. Neal, Sara Granger, Bev Baldwin, Wendy Smith. 

Inter-Fraternitv Council 




Front Row: Lett to Right: Wayne Neal, Andrew Osier, John Anderson, Dean Hoskin, Poul McCleory. 

Bock Row: Doug Vair, Mike Hunter, Dave Zeigler, Garry Fisher, Lynn Goth, Jos Reynhoudt, John Howard, Stu Klein, Doug 

Maynard, Jerry Phillips. 



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1, 2, 3, Chug-a-lug!! 



Why so glum, chum? 



Inter-Fraternity 






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A O.U. celebrating? 





Ah ■■ a D.U. darlingll 



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Who's the lucky gal? 




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Donna 
Graham 

Fraternity 
Sweetheart 




The Dean, the Editor, and Liz. 



Ah - the fair maiden I 



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Western 7 Toronto 28 

Western 17 McGill 13 

Western 21 Queens 10 

Western Queens 36 

Western 6 McGill 57 

Western 34 Toronto 




Roger Stewart boxed in during exhibition game 



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Exhibition 
22-22 

Stangs vs. 
Varsity 



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Everybody dance 



Stangs Corralled 




Blue Power Display 
Rolls for 28-7 Victory 
Over Tamed Mustangs 




Hold on there! (Roger Stewart No. 75) 



Sensational catch by Blues halfback 



1 7-1 3 over McGill 




McGill fullback Carl Hanson on the move 





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John Wydarney on the breakaway run 



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Gaels Grounded 21-10 




Johnny 'Y' on the move. 







Watch out you don't trip on that line. 



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All eyes on the bouncing ball. 



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Queens Gaels Win 36-0 




Up, Up and Away. Second quarter action at Kingston. 



McGill Up 57-6 




Believe it or not we were leading ot this point. 



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Mustangs Blast Blues 34-0 




Ken Rysdale, Whit Tucker and Friend. 



Barry Job adds to the total. 




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And there wasn't a penalty. 



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Wish I had brought my glasses. 




Front Row: Jim Farley, Dino Galgani, Bill Cox, Ken Rysdole, Gary Boug, Wayne Neal (captain), Frank Loftus, Gary Ewart, John Nosh, Clark Sam- 
ways, Roger Stewart. 

Second Row Jack Fairs, Murray McNie, Whit Tucker, Roy Wood, Rich Clarke, John Metros, Barry Job, John Wydarney, Pete Martin, Brent 
Mur.dy, Bud Foutoux, Ed DeArmon. 

Top Row: Larry Oulette, Ron WIsmer, Larry Shaw, Harvey Scott, Colin McNairn, Neil McMurroy, Doug Shaver, Lorry Ferguson, John Metros Jr. 
Ed Mularchuk, Doug Jack, Frank Vormlttag. 




Aw, come on guys. 



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Colt Football 



FOR THE RECORD 

Western 6 Toronto 23 

Western 8 Queens 25 

Western 42 Rverson 1 (Four pt. win) 

Western 35 Queens 9 

Western 13 Toronto 17 




Get off my back. 




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First Row, Left to Right: John Humphrey, Ted Baldwin, John Albinson, Paul Jacobsen, Arvo Luik, Jim Hogan, Tom Whealy, M. S. Yuhosz-Cooch. 

Second Row,- Rich Ingles, Mike Sharrott, Paul Lingard, Gary Bent, Reg Ripton, Dave Girvan, Pete Fair, Bruce Anthony. 

Third Row: William Marrs, Dave Robertson, John Corbett, John Letts, Ron Farrow, Bob Harrington, Walt Barclay, Rich Van Buskirk, Bill Pearce. 

Fourth Row: Dave Kent, Ken Barclay, Jim McMaster, Jim Turner, Tony Little, Mike Bean, Jim Weber, Ando Luik, Pat Hudae, Dick Smitten, Dave 

Fenn. 








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A screen pass. 



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Don t be bashful. Look at me. 



Ouch I 



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Rowing 



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Are you sure we're going the right way? 





Now where coach? 



Forget your shell fellows? 



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Soccer 




A-M-y 







Front Row: Dave Mason, Bert Vanden Heuvel, Stu McCollum, Archie Reid, Joe Vodas, John 

Stockhousen. 

Back Row: Walter Medwidsky, Stan Beck, Mike Leanders (coach), George Reintjes, Dave Smith 

(capt), Guy Demarino. 




Front Row: Don Fulton, D. Graham, D. Hamber, M. Thompson, T. Brian, S. Tam, R. McLaughlin. 
Back Row: R. Albertins, H. Rasmussen, T. Niegro, M. Fields, P. Castrodole, 8. Williams, M. 
Walsh. 



What's going on? You got me. 



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Intercollegiate Champions: Jim Brodeur, Crawford Gordon, Doug Brock, Chris Lang. Missing: 
John Bassett. 




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These fellows look too happy to be playing Squash. (Chris Lang, Dennis 
Brown. 




Look Ma, no hands! (Crawford Gordon, Galen Weston.) 



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Basketball 



LEAGUE and EXHIBITION RESULTS 



Loyola (Chicago) 


104 


Western 


63 


Bowling Green 


56 


Western 


36 


Western 


78 


Tillsonburg 


54 


DePaul 


55 


Western 


50 


Lawrence Tech 


89 


Western 


84 


St. Bonaventure 


89 


Western 


60 


Western 


68 


Albion 


65 


Western 


65 


Assumption 
(League game) 


42 


Western 


96 


Detroit Tech 


60 


Western 


78 


O.A.C. 


28 


Western 


76 


McMaster 
(League game) 


61 


Western 


87 


Queens 
(League game) 


36 


Western 


83 


Toronto 
(League game) 


61 


Western 


85 


O.A.C 


41 




So near, yet so for. 




Amii Gardner poshing one up for the LIvies. 



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wish I had a bigger hand (Stong Captain Ross Moy, 31) 



MUSTANGS 76 



TORONTO 61 



WESTERN 87 



QUEENS 36 




164 



Mustang Center Jim Griffin pops another 



WESTERN 85 
ALBION 81 



WESTERN 96 
DETROIT 80 





A big leap by Barry Howson 



A difference of opinions. 



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Mustang Captain Ross May 



Barry Ager and Ross May move in on St. Bonaventure guard. 





How om I going to get this ball between those two guys? 



Just plain Bill. 



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WESTERN 65 




ASSUMPTION 42 




Gary Boug 



Wish I would hurry up and come down. 




Jim Griffin 




Where did if go Willy? 



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Pete Isaacs 




Ken Rysdale 





Bill Woloshyn 




Whit Tucker 



A long way up there. 





Tom Williamson 



Jim Myer 



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Colt Basketball 





Ready for the release. 




Dave Allison goes up for rebound. 



No Smoking 



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UWO Colt Basketball Team — Coach Jack Fairs 



WESTERN 81 



WATERLOO 43 





Q-up here. 



ASSUMPTION 80 



WESTERN 60 



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Come back here. 



Swimming 




Larry Freeman during relay event. 




Glenn Davis, backstroke winner. 



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Swim Meet Record: 

Western 29 
Western 60 
Western 55 
Western 58 
Western 57 



Bowling Green 66 
Wayne State 19 
Toronto 40 

Western Mich. 37 
Detroit 38 



I've got to get out of here. 



Current UWO Records 

Denes Svetko - 50 yard freestyle - 23.5 

Pete Fowier - Butterfly - 2:27.6 ^ 

Larry Freeman - 440 yard freestyle - 5:06.1 

Joe Dornai - Breaststroke - 2:35.2 

Pete Fowler - 200 Individual medley - 2:19.0 




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I'm stuck! 




1960-61 Intercollegiate Swim Team: 

Front Row, left to right; Coach Bob Eynon, Pete Fowler, Larry Freeman, Denes Svetko, Bill Hauch. 

Second Row: Horry Sawchuk, Mike Lynch, Tony Little, John Aust, Phil McDonnell, John Thompson, John Howorci, Joe Dornai. 

Third Row: John McDermott, Mike Grace, Bill Campbell, Glen Davis, John Thompson, Ralph Wermouth. 






Co-Captain Lorry Freeman - 3 years Mustang Swimming 



Co-Captain Pete Fowler • 5 years Mustang Swimming 273 



Wrestling 





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Western vs. Western Michigan (Lost the Meet) 



Western vs. Toronto (Won the Meet) 



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Western vs. Hillsdale (Won the Meet) 




1960-61 Intercollegiate Wrestling Squad: 

Front Row, left to right: Coach Mike Yuhasz, Ron Beltz, Emil Fedak, Bruce Laird, Ray Schulman, Brent Mundy. 
Second Row: Walt Barclay, Bruce Black, Jim Clapperton, Piatt Pervis, Roy Wood (Captain). 





A couple of Grunt and Crooners at work. 



Get this hulk off met 



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Inter-Fac 



Championships 
Football — CKC 
Huron 
Medway 
Track and Field — CKC 
Huron 
Medway 
Harrier — Huron 
Tennis Singles — Galen Weston, Huron 

Doubles — Norm Gollert, Bert Taylor, 

• Phys. Ed. 
Handball Singles — Bill Lawson 

Doubles 
Water Polo — Huron 

Phys. Ed. 
Meds. 
Table Tennis Singles — Arts 

Doubles — Meds 
Huron 



Arts 



Golf — Huron 

Business 
Baskeball — Medway 
Hockey — Huron 
CKC 




Lome Duguid, Huron, makes a great catch. 




2/6 



Crunch! 



INTER-FAC 



FOOTBALL 





Jamie Laird 



Bob Tate 





Howard Taylor 



Pete Isaacs 





ALL-STARS 



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Jim Hayhurst 




Stu Carter 





Dennis Brown 




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John Basseft 





Bill Simpson 



Paul Gawaiko 



Tom Niegro 



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Stop 



Come here ball 





Somebody must have it. 



Who put the glue on this ball? I can't let go. 




Arts vs. Medway 





If I could only remember what to do next. 



HOCKEY 



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SWIMMING 



III get It yet. 



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Track 




1960-61 Intercollegiate Track and Field Team: Coach Murray McNie. 




INTERCOLLEGIATE CURLING 



Now how do I get up? 




Man, that's a long way to go! 



UWO All Stars 



Mustang Basketball 




Bill Lawson 



Colt Basketball 




Mustang Football 



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Athlete of the Year 



Gary Boug 




Don McCrae 



Tom Whealy 




Harvey Scott 




Colt Football 







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SWIMMING 



WRESTLING 





Pete Fowler 



RAQUETS 







John Bassett 



Roy Wood 



FRESHMAN 




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Lorry Ferguson 



COACH 



1960-1961 Intercollegiate Team Champions 

Football: McGill 

Football (Intermediate): Toronto 

Basketball: WESTERN 

Wrestling: WESTERN 

Swimming: Toronto 

Tennis: AAcGill 

Squash: WESTERN 

Hockey: Toronto 

Badminton: Toronto 

Track and Field: McMoster 

Golf: Queens 




J. p. M. 



SPORTS SHOTS 





Ooh, that's good booze 



How did I get here? 





Finger tip control. 



Nothing to it. 




I'm sinking fast. 



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Women's Athletic Committee 




First Row: Left to Right: Lorna Joyce, Mary Keyes, Martha Borschke. 

Second Row: Miss Dresser, Mrs. Kunkel, Audrea Jeffrey, Sue Derby, Mrs. Berzins. 

Third Row: Judy Millen, Barb Houston, Wendy Reynolds, Marg Jackson, Cathy McBrien, Sylvia Burston. 

Fourth Row: Dana McGrath, Lorraine White, Sandra Booth, Nancy Hungerford, Blanche Layman, Martha Munro, Barb Jacobs. 



President - Andrea Jeffrey 
Vice-President - Sharon Pirrie 
Secretary - Sue Derby 
Intramural Manager - Lorraine White 



Mrs. Elfrida Berzins 
Associate Professor 





Administrator 

Since Mrs. Berzins, fondly known as Mrs. "B," came 
to Western in 1952, Women's Athletics have taken a def- 
inite upswing. She is not only a coach, a teacher, and an 
administrator but also a friend and an inspiration to each 
one of her girls. Since her arrival here, she has, among 
many other things, coached track and field, archery, 
basketball and volleyball. Under her leadership, Western 
has had championship intercollegiate volleyball teams 
every year. As Western has reigned supreme in volleyball, 
Mrs. "B" has reigned supreme with each of her students 
and players. 



Assistant Director 
in charge of 
Women's Athlettics. 




Teacher 



Coach 



White Blanket Award 



Andrea Jeffrey 




ANDREA JEFFREY: Seven first colours (member of seven championship teams), 

three in basketball, four in volleyball. 

President of the Womens' Athletic Committee, three years on the W.A.C. 



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TROPHY 
First Place 
Second Place 
Third Place 
Fourth Place 
Fifth Place 



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Softball 




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Front Row: Left to Right: Yvette Walton, Mary Keyes, Barb Houston. 
Back Row: Martha Borschke, Audrey Pegels, Sue Pearson. 



Ice Hockey 







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Stealing bases not allowed! 




A homer? 




Front Row: Left to Right: Marg Peyette, Lynn Nicholson, Nora Newell, Barb John- 
ston, Isabella Dempsey, Marg Church. 

Back Row: Dave Mishenko, Sue Peever, Sharon Pirrie, Carol Brown, Martha Bor- 
schke, Lil Smith, Loretta Decarrie, Marilyn Snowden, Sharleen Philips, Andy Bako- 
george. 




And it rolled, and rolled, and rolled. 




Watch out for the pinboyi 



The winners of the intramural 
bowling tournament bowled in a 
telegraphic meet among many 
Canadian universities. The meet 
was won by the University of 
Saskatchewan. Western placed 
eleventh. 




First Row, left to right: Helen White, Shir- 
leyan Grieves, Marilyn Riley. 
Second Row: Loretta Decorie, Mary Gra- 
ham, Betty Deryk, Mary Ann Hall. 




Higher mathematics! 




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Concentration! 



Track and Field 




Hey girls! Where are you going? 












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Yvette Walton - Intercollegiate Javelin Champ 



Left to right: Yvette Walton, Marg Jackson, Barb Jacobs, Carol Mulligan, 
Jo-Anne Scctt, Miss Dresser (coach). Barb Houston, Audrey Pegels, Mary Lou 
Whirwili, Eleanor Word. 

The track and field team emerged victorious at the Al-Wat-West Field Day 
and placed second in the telegraphic meet among several Canadian univer- 
sities. .„, 

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Tennis 




Nancy Monteith 
Intercollegiate Doubles 






Chris Boyd 

Intercollegiate Doubles, 
Al -Wat-West. 



Nancy Hungerford 
Intercollegiate 2nd Singles, 
West-O-Mac. 



Anne Hawkins 
Intercollegiate 1st Singles 




Left to Right: Lynn Patterson, Andrea Jef- 
frey, West-O-Mac. 



There was a three-way tie for first 
place in the Intercollegiate Tennis 
Tournament this year between Queens, 
Toronto, and McGill. Western placed 
4th following the top three. 




Left to Right: Marg Wallace, Diane Suzuki, 
Al -Wat- West. 



The West-O-Mac tennis was won by 
McAAaster University with Western 
coming in second. Western defeated 
both Alma and Waterloo to win the 
Al-Wat-West Tennis. 





Keep your eyes on the bird! 




Sondra Booth 
Intercollegiate 




Will she or wont she? 




Mrs. Kunkel 
Coach 




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Lorno Joyce 
Intercollegiate 




West-O-Mac Team 
Left to Right: Nancy Monteith, 
Muriel Mitchell, Gail Randall, 
Arlene Reed. 



Western played host to the Intercollegiate Badminton 
tournament this year. The tournament was won by the 
Queens' girls who were undefeated throughout all the 
games. Toronto captured second place while McGill was 
third. Western took fifth place following the fourth-place 
AAcAAaster team. O.A.C. came in last. In the West-O-AAac 
tournament Western came out in third spot. 



Muriel Mitchell 
Intercollegiate 





Nancy Monteith 
Intercollegiate 



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Back row, left to right: Liz Bower, Pat Neilond, Pat Fitzgerald, Hazel Penning, Judy Osier, Anne Fanning, Mary Lou 

Whitwill, Fran Rintoul 

Second row: Mrs. Kunkel, Mrs. Lutz. 

First row: Marianne Hoople, Cathy McBrien (captain), Wendy Reynolds. 




The final race brought to a 
dramatic conclusion the intercol- 
legiate Swim Meet held at AAcGill 
late in November as Western 
splashed to the championship by 
a one-point margin over the Uni- 
versity of Toronto swimmers. The 
highlight of the meet was the 
outstanding performance of 
Mary Lou Whitwill who broke the 
existing Intercollegiate records in 
the 100 yard free style and 75 
yard Individual Medley. 




Water, water, everywhere 



Wheel 



Synchronized 




Swimmers 





Mary Lou Whifwill — Record Breaker 



Going through their paces 




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Volleyball 

Intercollegiate 



AAorg Wagstaff, Manager 






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The Intercollegiate Tournament was held at 
Hamilton on February 10th and llth, 1961. 

Western vs AAcMaster 
33-5 24-9 

Western vs Queens 
27-9 21-6 

Western vs McGill 
28-15 31-6 

Western vs Toronto 
18-10 33-8 

Western vs O.A.C. 
35-2 26-8 



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Mrs. Berzins 
Coach 






Martha Borschk 




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Intercollegiate 






Champions 



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West-0-Mac 









Back Row: Left to Right: Jean McNolly, Cathy Benson, Martha Munroe, Yvefte Walton, 
Eleanor Ward, Martha Borschke, Audrey Pegels, Mrs. Berzins. 

Front Row: Sandra Booth, Ciedo Bursaw, Penny Dagley, Lorraine White, Marg Jackson, 
Andrea Jeffrey, Marg Wagstaff. (Absent-Noelie Grace). 



Al-Wat-West 




Bock Row: Left to Right: Mory Lou Whitwill, Cathy Benson, Martho Munroe, Goil Randall, 

Mrs. Berlins. 

Front Row: Left to Right: Jean McNally, Cleda Bursaw, Marg Wagstaff, Eleanor Show, Marg 

Mosterton. 



The West-O-AAac team played home 
and away games with McMaster and O. 
A.C. and finished the season undefeated. 
The Al-Wat-West team played against 
Alma and Waterloo College. However 
their schedule was not completed when 
the Oxy went to press. 




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Marg Wagstaff 




West-0-Mac 



Western had a very strong West-0-Mac team this 
year. They were successful in all their games de- 
feating OAC 35 to 17 and 61 to 24, and McMaster 
47 to 18 and 49 to 26. 

Front Row.- Left to Right: Nancy Monteith, Sharon Pirrie Audrey 
Pegels, Andrea Jeffrey, Sue Derby, Dana McGrath, Martha Bor- 
schke. 

Back Row: Linda Coates (manager), Nora Jean Boyd, Carol Mc- 
Donald, Yvette Walton, Eleanor Word, Miss Dresser (coach), Jo 
Hough (manager). 
Absent: Marg Wagstaff. 



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The Intermediate team 
proved to be very en- 
thusiastic this year, win- 
ning all of their games 
but one. 

Left to Right: Miss Dresser, 

(coach), Pat Bradley, Lorna 

Joyce, Mary Keyes, Penny Dag- 

ley, Marg Wagstaff, Jo Haugh 

(manager). 

Absent: Barb Houston, Cathy 

McBrien, Blanche Layman. 



Al-Wat-West 



Western's Al-Wat-West team successfully de- 
feated Alma 71 to 19 and 42 to 26 and Waterloo 
63 to 35 and 38 to 23. 

Back Row: Left ro Right: Linda Coates (manager), Paf Bradley 
Chris Boyd, Miss Dresser (coach), Karen Zarn, Mary Lou Whlf- 
will, Jo Haugh (manager). 

Front Bow: Mcry Sinclair, Dionne Penner, Penny Dagley, 

Camille Watson. 

Absent: Lil Smith, Noncy Montgomery. 




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Go for two. 



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Archery 




Outdoor 




Left to Right: Mary McLeod, Mrs. Berzins (coach), 
Ingrid Cschenlohr. 
Intercollegiate, West-O-Mac 



Left to Right: Yvette Walton, Lorraine White. 
Intercollegiate, West-O-Mac 



Indoor 



Al-Wat-West 




Left to Right: Ingrid Cschenlohr, Marg Wagstaff. 
Intercollegiate, West-O-Mac 





Left to Right: Marg McLeod, Mrs. Berzins, Lorraine White. 
Intercollegiate, West-O-Mac 



Left to Right: Carol Brown, Mrs. Berzins, Mary McLeod, Ingrid 
Cschenlohr. - Missing: Lynda Brown. 
Al -Wat-West. 



Although no championships were won in archery, sev- 
eral good performances were given throughout the year. 
O.A.C. had mastery over the archery in winning the Inter- 
collegiate and West-O-Mac indoor and outdoor torna- 
ments. Western placed fifth in the outdoor Intercollegiate 
but pulled up to third place in the indoor tournament. 
Second place was held by Western in both indoor and 
outdoor West-0-AAac with Mary McLeod being second 
highest scorer in the indoor tournament. In the Al-Wat- 
West tournament. Western emerged victorious over Wat- 
erloo and Alma. 



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CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATES 



and 



CONTINUED SUCCESS to the STUDENTS 



from 




TIIDEN 



rent-a-car 



Best Wishes 
to the 

CLASS OF '61 

May your future be bright 
and prosperous ! 

Let our "Career Girl Fashions" 
keep you looking attractive while 
on the job. 

263 DUNDAS STSEET AT WELLINGTON 



381 WELLINGTON St. 



COMPANY 



GE 8-1511 



opp. HOTEL LONDON 



Future 

isoup 

business 



mr^'-^ 




D. C. SCOTT C.L.V. 

BRANCH MANAGER 
200 Queens Avenue 
Phone GE 4-3268 

THE 

Great-West Life 

ASSURANCE COMPANY 

»«e*0 O^r'iCE. • WIN NiPEO CANADA 




Smith-Graham Drug Stores Ltd, 



The Students' Drug Stores 

Regular daily deliveries to 
all University Residences 



• Perscriptions "first" 

• Helena Rubinstein Cosmetics 
• Photo Supplies 

• Coutts Greeting Cards 
• Fountain Pens 

• Gift Department 



1135 Richmond Street GE 4-2721 

The Big Super Store 

Near University Drive 

ALSO 
952 Oxford Street GL 1-5100 



FOR ALL YOUR 



PHOTOGRAPHIC REQUIREMENTS 



VISIT OUR 



COMPLETELY STOCKED 



CAMERA SHOP 



Cameras -- Film -- Darkroom Equipment 



and Supplies 



RON NELSON 



388 HORTON ST. 



LONDON 



(1 72 blocks east of Wellington) 




<::zf\£^6.tau%ant 



IN THE DINING LOUNGE 

Enjoy a fine luncheon or a 
wonderful dinner in our second floor 

dining room recently re-decoroted to 

provide a refreshingly new 

atmosphere 



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IN THE LOUNGE 

In the past we have offered some of 
the finest names in the field of 
musical entertainment. It is our 
intention to continue to play the 
attractions that you will enjoy 



YOU CAN BE PROUD TO BRING YOUR 
FRIENDS OR FAMILY 

TO 



7rf6dS£jL- 




Our Best to the 
Class of '61 




LONDON FURNITURE 



TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU 
London - 655 Dundas St., East Phone GE 8-6161 
Chatham - 202 King St., West Phone EL 2-0350 




It's right here somewhere. 



Compliments of 



'Borden's 



1660 Dundas St. GL 5-3030 

LONDON - ONTARIO 

"// lis Borden s 
It's Got to be Good" 



(compliments of 



Timbreirs Markets 



567 RICHMOND STREET 



PHONE GE 4-6829 



LONDON, ONTARIO 



Specializing in Highest Qualify Meats 



"Let Us Fill Your Freezer With The Best" 



CAREER 



AHEAD . . 



A? one of today's i:ra<l nates. ) ou can look 
forward to years of inweasinjt income,' 
risinji li\in<i standards, — and liighi'r 
rcsiionsihilincs. 

With a \vell-|ilanned Iil(" in^uran('e j>ro- 
jiram ) on will l»e helter enahled to meet 
those res|»onsil(ililie> and at tlie same lime 
to take full ad\anta^e of hnsiness oppoi- 
tnnities. 

Life insmance can help yon pro\ide 

— an estate for tlie IxMiefil of \()mi" 
dependent- 

— iiuaranteed collateral for loans 

— an income to ticij) rc|)lace earnnijis 
if disaltilily should sliike 

— a completeh dependahle sonice of 
money when, years from tiou. you 
reach retirement. 

A London Life rej»resentative can help 
you work out a plan for your fiuidanie in 
makiufi insurance purchases — a plan 
which will he tailored specifically to your 
needs, your circumstances, and your pros- 
pects for the future. 



LONDON LIFE 

INSURANCE 

COMPANY 

Head Office — London, Canada 




\'isit our Modern 
Self-selection Book 
and vStationery Store 

For 

FOUNTAIN PENS 

SCHOOL SI PPLIES 

OFFICE SIPPLIES 

STATIONERY 

GAMES 

Jl VENILE BOOKS 

GREETING CARDS FOR 

EVERY OCCASION 



ROBERTS HOLMES 

LTD. 

Books — Stationery 
258 Duiuias Si. ■ London, Ont. 

In the Odeon Block 




Eaton in Canada 



SUPPLIERS OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS 



Re-circulating and Fresh Air 

Hot Water Heaters 

Defrosting Units 

Eaton 2-Speed & Single Speed 

Truck Axles 

Shuler Trailer Axles 

Helical Spring LockwasheVs 

Soringtites and Sems Assemblies 

Thread Cutting Screws 

Steering Selector Assemblies 

Pressure and Radiator Caps 



PHOTOGRAPHER 



Eaton Automotive Canada 
Limited 



LONDON 



CANADA 



184 DUNDAS STREET 
LONDON 




1957 



STYLING SEPARATES 



THOSE FINER THINGS 



FROM THE ORDINARY 



• • • AND WITH FLOWERS 



BOB TURNBULL 



Can Do It For You 



at 



Bob Turnbull Flowers 



724 Richmond St. Phone GE 4-8469 



Established 1898 



■Altai Wamcut. . . 



Boughners offer a fine selection of dress 
and casual wear for the College man 
and woman . . . styled by the world's 
leading makers from 
England, Scotland, 
France, Italy, as well as 
domestic. 




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and look around 



THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY 

I L I M I T I O 

388 RICHMOND ST. AND HOTEL LONDON BLDG. 



Western Ontario's Most Distinctive Dining Rendezvous 





•niKST NIGinrLY €NT€«1A 



SMORGASBORD CHARCOAL STEAKS 

FRENCH BUFFET FRESH LOBSTER 

SUPPER DANCING NIGHTLY 



_^|Bj^^j^tJG AND CLARENCE STREETS, DOWNTOWN LONDON 



* ORIGINALS * 



STYLED FOR YOU 



BY 



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WEDDING GOWNS 
BRIDESMAIDS 
COCKTAIL and EVENING 
GOWNS • • • 



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819 DUNDAS STREET 



DIALGE 9-3641 



BEST WISHES 
TO THE GRADS OF '61 

from 

"The Shop For 
Going Formal" 

Freshly cleaned and pressed 
garments — made to fit you 
perfectly— EVERYTHING you need 
—For EVERY FORMAL 
OCCASION 

H. W. Ball 

MEN'S WEAR 

128 Dundas St. GE 4-1851 

THE SMART STORE FOR SMART MEN" 




PORTRAITS 

of 

QUALITY 

PORTRAIT STUDIO 
GE 2-9479 



451 HAMILTON ROAD 
(just East of Rectory) 

LONDON, ONTARIO 




Insomnia? 







i'AKlSIAN 

• 

Give those soiled garments new 

life and colour by our exclusive 

process. 

• 

Phone GE. 2-1124 
4 Lines to Central 

75 DUNDAS ST. 

Parisian Laundrv & Dry Cleaners 

LTD. 

CLEANING and GARMENT STORAGE 

Est. 1873 


COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

Market Butchers 

"The Best of Meats 

For Cafeterias 
And Fraternity Houses" 

103 KING ST GE 9-8361 


Compliments of 

ALLAN JOHNSTON 

♦ * * 

SMITH-CORONA 

TYPEWRITERS 

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ELECTRIC 

STANDARD AND PORTABLE 

SOLD, SERVICED. GUAR^^NTEED 

Special Student-Rental Rates 

* * * 

97 KING ST.— DIAL GE 2-7564 
LONDON 


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BEST WISHES FROM- 



The University of Western Ontario 
Food Service Staffs 



Mr. T. S. Brown, Manager Somerville House - Mrs. Jean Rowland, Supervisor 

Coffee Shop 
Mrs. Elsie Witherden, Supervisor Terrace Room - Mrs. A. McGill, Supervisor Meds 

Snack Bar 
Mr. H. V. Felton, Supervisor Medway Hall - Mrs. Mary Ray, Supervisor 

Spencer Hall 
Mr. Geo. A. Bullas, Director Food Services 





It takes on expert to help you choose the right 
diamond. Come in and tell us your needs. We 
will find a better diamond for less. 
Quarter Carat 75.00 to 125 
Third Carat 100.00 to 165.00 
Half Carat 175.00 to 350.00 
Three-Quarter Carat 325.00 to 550.00 
One Carat 350.00 to 1 1 0O.OO 



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DIAMOND IMPORTERS SINCE 1902 

392 RICHMOND ST. (Just South of Dundas) 




COMPLIMENTS OF 

ccf\s.6.tau%ant 

ONE MILE SOUTH OF LONDON 

ON NUMBER TWO HIGHWAY 

AT OLD GLENDALE CURVE 

GE 4-6107 

WEDDING RECEPTIONS and BANQUETS 
LUNCHEONS and DINNERS 

CHILDREN'S PORTIONS 

— AIR CONDITIONED — 
YOUR HOSTS 
GEORGE A URSULA METRON 




HIMDE&DAUCH 

CORRUGATED BOXES 



Hinde and Dauch Paper Co., of Canada, Ltd. ' Toronto 3, Ontario 



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EATON'S in Wellington Square 



IS THE NEWEST, BRIGHTEST, MOST MODERN 
OF EATON STORES FROM COAST TO COAST 



It's "up-to-the-minute" in even' aspect ... a completel\' new design 
concept ke\ed to \our shopping needs and convenience . . . Shop to music, 
delight in the fresh sweep of pastel decor and exciting merchandise 
tastefully displaced. 

Fi\e floors of current fashions and furnishings designed for modern 
Canadians . . . Sportswear, lounge wear, formals for both men and women 
as well as a wide selection of furniture and home furnishings. 



FOUR OF OVER FIFTY 

DEPARTMENTS 
TO SERVE YOU . . 












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COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



F. A. BUSKARD & SON LTD. 



WESTERN ONTARIO'S 



LARGEST 



CHRYSLER 
VALIANT 



PLYMOUTH 
FIAT 



IMPERIAL 
AND 

FARGO TRUCKS 



71 KING ST. LONDON 



GE 2-3768 



0. ROY MOORE 
ASSOCIATES 

ARCHITECTS 

R. E. MURPHY, B.ARCH. M.R.A.I.C 



260 DUNDAS STREET 



LONDON 



ONTARIO 



ATHENA PARRIS CREATES 



"A LOVELIER YOU" 



FOR COCKTAIL DRESSES 
AND FORMAL GOWNS, 
WEDDING DRESSES AND 
GRADUATION DRESSES 

"designed to envelope 

you in an aura 

of romantic glamour." 

CHOOSE FROM OUR 
SELECTION OF 
RADIANT MATERIALS 




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477 RICHMOND STREET 

next to the GRAND THEATRE 

GE 4-1854 




Hopeful . 




(■AMI:R.\S and SlIMMJIvS 

ARl ISr and DRAW l.\(; 
MATKRIAl.S 

IMC'riRl-: PRA.MIXC 



* * * 
I.KICA, CANNON, KXACTA 

iu)i.i:x, bi:ll and ii()\\i:i.i. 

ROIJJCORI). ROI.I.IFLKX 
l.INHOl F, KODAK 

BACKS' 



210 Dundas St. 



Phone GE 4-5153 



ALWAYS DEPENDABLE 



DEPENDABLE ALLA^AYS 



RICHARDSON^S 



REAL ESTATE LIMITED 



CONVENIENTLY LOCATED 
OFFICES IN 




DIAMOND 
SPECIALISTS 

John A. Nash 



& Son 



LONDON 



SARNIA 



OAKRIDGE PARK 



BROCKVILLE 



182 Dundas St. 



London, Canada 



Registered JcAvellers 
American Gem Society 



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Whatever YOUR Goal may be... 

You'll find it a real help to have money in the bank. 

Why not open a Savings Account now at our nearest branch? Saving is a 
good habit to form early. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 

MORE THAN 850 BRANCHES ACROSS CANADA TO SERVE YOU MP340 



You'll Enjoy shopping 



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LONDON 




To the graduates of 1961, Simpson's extends 
sincere congratulations. May you continue 
to prosper, attain fulfilment in your chosen 
careers and reap the rich rewards of your 
conscientious endeavours. Good luck in the 
years to come! 



SIMPSON'S GUARANTEE 
SATISFACTION 

OR 
YOUR MONEY 

REFUNDED 




TO 






/ 



/ 



The CLASS of '61 



CONGRATULATIONS 



TO 

The classes of '61, '62 and '63 

a reminder that you may apply for 

training next fall in the 



CANADIAN OFFICER'S TRAINING CORPS /MILITIA/ 



OR 



THE REGULAR OFFICER TRAINING PLAN 



Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 

from 



The University Shop 



HOLT POWELL 
MEN'S WEAR 



Richmond at Oxford 




Minnie the Moocher 




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Thank You 



Grads of 1961 



For The Pleasure 



Of Taking Your 



Graduation Picture 




tl|^ 7 ^terfa ^^staurant 



SPECIALIZING IN 
GOOD FOOD 
CATERING TO 
WEDDINGS 
BANQUETS 
CLASS PARTIES 




The lamp is lit . . . 
The fire is laid . . . 
The kettle's on for tea, 
And I as spokesman for we seven, 
Do welcome company! 



ON NO. 2 HIGHWAY 4 MILES SOUTH OF LONDON 



CALL JOE OR ELLIE RAYMOND OL 2-3290 



Ll/i^OT 




Great Pleasures in Store 



Behind this window are good things for young 
people. Appliances to lighten housework. Furniture to 
brighten a home. A car to widen the horizon of living. 

On the window is the sign of the famous I.A.C. 
Merit Plan — Canada's most convenient way to buy 
on time. It goes arm in arm with better living 
because with it you can have the good things of 
life — while you're young enough to enjoy them fully. 

So why wait for the things you mean to have? 
Modern industry has placed great pleasures in store 



for you— and you'll find them all at your Merit 
Plan dealer's. 

And with the I.A.C. Merit Plan you finance right 
where you buy, on the dealer's own premises. No 
delays, no lengthy interviews, no hedging, no transfer 
of funds involved — one transaction right on the spot 
and the things you want are yours to enjoy . . . with- 
out worry, without strain, without running around. 

Don't do it just any way — do it the best way, 
the Merit Plan way. 



Industrial Acceptance Corporation Limited 
Serving You Through Dealers From Coast to Coast 



Good Luck Grads 

from 

The Home of 

Pizza & Spagetti 




Roma Restaurant 

354 WELLINGTON ST. PHONE GE. 8-5331 

(Across From Wellington Square) 




Dutch Laundry and Dry Cleaners 
Send their Congratulations 

To the 

New 

Graduates 

FOR PROMPT PICKUP 
AND DELIVERY 



DIAL GE 2-7141 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 




4 Dun4«t St.. LendoM — St. THomas, ME 1-91 SO 
Byron, Zenith 9-75S0 (No TvH Cti«r«*) 



VOLKSWAGEN 
LONDON MOTORS 
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THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING 



INTERESTING TO SEE 



AT HAY STATIONERY" 



You can visit our new store 
in Wellington Square, our 
large showrooms at 1 5 1 York St. 
or our modern stores in 
Brantford and Welland. 

From a Presidents Attache Case 

to a Rubber Bond, a complete Walnut 

Office Suite or an Office Building 

of Desks, Files, Chairs, in wood or steel. 

You'll find that Hay's hove the "Know-How. 



HA Y STATIONERY LTD. 



In London: 151 York St. and Wellington Square 



Brantford 



and 



Welland 




Radio Dispatched 

STEvrs METRO »» 

GE. 4-8484 



'Tast But Safe 

Service 24 Hours 

Each and Every 

Day" 



HOOK'S DINING ROOM 



(FOR THOSE WHO LIKE THE FINEST) 




CLASS PARTIES AND BANQUETS 



1 MILE SOUTH OF LONDON ON HIGHWAY NO. 2 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



MCMANUS MOTORS LTD. 

50 HORTON ST. GE 2-2201 
LONDON 




DODGE 
VALIANT 



DESOTO 
SIMCA 



Dependable Economical 
Motor Cars 

24 HOUR SERVICE 

also 
"MINIT CAR WASH" 




BEST WISHES 
CLASS OF 61 

COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



WALLACE 
HARDWA RE 



—HARDWARE SUPPLIES 

—GIFTS 

—KEYS CUT 



RICHMOND JUST SOUTH OF OXFORD 




Whether you plan to begin your business career after 
matriculation or after college, "The Bank" offers an 
excellent starting salary, a full range of benefits, the tops in 
working conditions and outstanding opportunity for 
advancement. The manager of any branch of The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank will be glad to discuss a banking career 
with you or, if you wish, write to : Persormel Department, 
The Toronto-Dominion Bank, King and Bay StreetSj 
Toronto, Ontario, stating your name and address. 



THE 



BANK 



...a pleasant 

place 

to work 



THE 



TORONTO-DOMINION 



BANK 



RANKIN 



The Place 

To Buy 

And Save 

On 



FORD 



THE CAREFREE 1961 FORD 




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TAKES BEAUTIFUL CARE OF ITSELF... & YOU 



THE '61 FORD 
LUBRICATES ITSELF, 
You'll normally go 30,000 
miles without a chassis 
lubrication. 



THE 61 FORD ADJUSTS 
ITS OWN BRAKES. 
Poweful new brakes mech- 
anically adjust themselves 
automatically. 



THE '61 FORD PROTECTS 
ITS OWN BODY. 
All vital underbody parts 
are specially processed to 
resist rust and corrosion. 
Even the rocker panels 
below the doors are gal- 
vanized. 



THE '61 FORD CLEANS ITS 
OWN OIL. 

You'll normally go 4,000 
mile between oil changes 
thanks to Ford's Full-Flow 
oil filter. 



THE '61 FORD GUARDS ITS 
OWN MUFFLER. 
Ford mufflers are double- 
wrapped and aluminized 
for 3 times the normal life. 



THE '61 FORD TAKES CARE 
OF ITS OWN FINISH. 
New Diamond Lustre Finish 
keeps its shine for years 
yet never needs waxing. 



SPECIAL STUDENT PAYMENT PLAN 

Rankin's provide a tailored payment plan that enables graduate students to buy 
a new or used car with a nominal down payment. Regular payments do not take 
effect until they graduate and are working. The plan also contains an option to 
pay off note at that time with no penalty. 



Rankin's are closely associated with Western and 
have a keen interest in the staff and students. 




(WATCH "INTERPOL" THURSDAY EVENINGS AT 10:30) 



DUNDAS AT HIGHBURY - LONDON EAST GL 5-1800 



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Good Food 



All the Students Know the 2 x 4 
As A Good Place To Eat 



GE 4-4645 



RICHMOND & OXFORD 



Your Centre for All Photographic 
and Art Supplies and Services 



Fost — Expert Colour Film Service 



STAN C. READE 



PHOTOGRAPHIC AND ART SUPPLIES 
727 Richmond Street London, Ontario 

GE 9-6721 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



THE 

TARTAN 

SNACK 

BAR 



RICHMOND AT CENTRAL 




Compliments of 

Graham & Graham 

LIMITED 



Excavating and Grading 
Contractors 



R.R. NO. 1, LONDON GE 2-3761 



itfoSM'S 

V^ FORMAL RENTAL 



Note you vim he sure 
of o Correct Fit . . . 

New Stock ON HAND 



It's both fashionable and practical 
to go formal the "JOSEPH" Way. 

Visit Us Soon At 
194 WELLINGTON STREET 

(Just One Block South of Norton Street) 

Phone GE 8-2515 




For the finest in . , . 



FOR ALL OCCASIONS . . . 



World-Wide Flower Service 




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DIAL GE 4 1163 371 RICHMOND St. (at KING) LONDON 



A SAFE PIACE4 

for your^liard-earnieil^saviiig;^ 




■ »*■ 



Savings 

Accounts 

Deposit 

Accounts 

Safe Deposit 
Boxes 




Huron & Erie-Canada Trust 



UNIVERSITY BRANCH 


RICHMOND ST. AT UNIVERSITY DRIVE 


H. A. HEINE-Manager 


OFFICE HOURS 


Monday - Thursday — 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 


Friday (continuous)— 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 



^uccedd to tne yjraciuutes 



In wishing success to the graduates of 1961, the Council of the City of 
London acknowledges gratefully the service rendered to the Community 
by the University of Western Ontario and its graduates, year by year. 
London has progressed steadily and, in every advance, the University 
has played a very important part. Every citizen is proud of the 
University ... its fine buildings ... its scholastic achievements and 
its record in the world of sports . . . proud, too, of the influence 
exerted on the cultural, social and economic life of the City. 



THE CORPORATION OF 

THE CITY OF LONDON 



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61 GRADUATES" 



Congratulations 

FOR 

PAST SUCCESS . . . 



Best Wishes 



FOR 

FUTURE SUCCESS... 



THE CAMPUS HI-FI FOOD BAR 



RICHMOND AT OXFORD 



gp:nkral comkactors 



THE Ellis-Don Limited 



LONDON, ONTARIO 



HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA 




Middlesex College 
University of Western Ontario 



Successful Men 






SHOPS FOR MEN 



■IMPORTERS OF THE FINEST 
HABERDASHERY FOR MEN" 

Knowledge and Good Clothes 

impart self-confidence 

and self confidence is 

the priceless ingredient 

needed to achieve success 

10 % STUDENT DISCOUNT 

183 Dundas GE. 2-5034 

"An Investment In Good Appearance" 



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THE THREE LITTLE PIGS "PENTRY" 

•^here a Snack Has a Smock" — Traditionally Western . . . Since 1934 



wishes 

"The Graduates of 

EVERY SUCCESS 



WARNCLIFFE 

AT 

DUNDAS 



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John Paterson 



student Index 



Aberhart, J. 156 
Abraham, R. 88, 143 
Abud, J. 227 
Adams, F. 78 
Adams, Fred. 72, 123 
Addison, Ralph. 241 
Adrian, L. 135 
Ager, Barry. 157, 266, 38 
Ahrens, Bruce. 38, 155 
'Aitken, Michael. 237 
Aitken, J. 114 
Alberfins, R. 29, 114, 261 
Albrecht, Earl. 227, 144 
Albright, Anne. 143 
Alexander, C. 29, 38, 132 
Allcroft, R. 64 
Allen, T. 58, 237 
Alles, K. 158 
Allison, D. 269 
Amacher, L. 112, 236 
Anderson, D. 157 
Anderson, E. 38, 143 
Anderson, J. 64 
Anderson, John. 116, 247 
Anderson, Judith 29, 135, 162 
Anderson, P. 78 
Anderson, Perry. 38 
Anderson, R. 72 
Anglin, R. 146 
Angood, A. 38, 136 
Annls, B. 78, 116 
Ardiel, E. J. 78 
Aris, S. 154 
Armit, W. 128 
Armitage, K. 1 23 
Armourer, R. 158 
Armour, K. 138 
Armstrong, P. 78 
Armstrong, R. 146 
Armstrong, K. 138, 160 
Armstrong, T. 62 
Arnold, P. 72, 113, 243, 26 
Asma, F. 243 
Asselin, R. 38, 243 
Atkins, J. 214, 237 
Atkinson, E. 146 
Atkinson, P. 116, 232 
Auld, D. 115 
Aust, M. 236 

Austin, C. 72, 108, 113, 26 
Auzins, Sylvia. 29 
Awrey, J. 18, 112 



Backus, L. 243 

Bodgley, F. 73 

Badgley, Sheila Medcalfe. 39 

Baertosen, N. 98 

Baguley, R. 29 

Bailey, G. 29, 114 

Baker, Brian. 39 

Baker, C. 140 

Baker, S. 73, 107, 240, 26 

Bakke, Carol. 39, 162 

Bakogeorge, A. 290 

Baldwin, B. 39, 115, 122, 234 

Baldwin, A. 146 

Ball, R. 122, 233 

Ball, Ruth. 78 

Baranowski, W. 130 

Barat, A. 29 

Bard, C. 78 

Barnaby, J. 131 

Barnes, M. L. 196, 222 

Barnes, R. 29, 155 

Barnes, S. 78 

Barnett, W. 114 

Barr, F. 79 

Barr, R. 29, 153, 239 

Barrett, R. 239 

Barrett, T. 162 

Barton, T. 240 

Bertram, E. 39, 143 



Bassett, J. 88, 29, 108, 110, 239, 

277, 282, 25 
Baster, M. 79 
Bate, L. 236 
Bottersby, G. 66, 107, 116, 130, 

153, 23 
Bawden, R, P. 39 
Baxter, M. 79 
Bayne, B. 39, 123, 234 
Bayne, M. A. 79, 116 
Bear, B. 79 
Beattie, F. 135 
Beattie, P. 134, 233 
Beafty, D. 143 
Beaudoin, D. 149 
Beck, S. 261 

Becker, P. 39, 108, 115, 139 
Belanger, W. 1 10 
Bell, A. 66 
Bell, I. 66 
Bell, M. 156 
Bell, P. 127, 140, 233 
Belman, L. 238 
Belton, J. 140 
Beltz, R. 242, 215 
Benadom, J. 39, 136, 141, 160 
Bender, M. 145 
Benson, C. 297 
Benson, K. 39, 157 
Bentum-Wiliiams, J. 139, 150, 154 
Berdusco, Arthur. 66, 130, 236 
Berscht, K. 150, 243 
Bettiol, I. 58 
Beverley, M. 39, 154 
Biagioni, E. 69, 130 
Bickle, G. 67 
BIcknell, J. 102 
Bidwell, P. 126, 236 
Biehn, J. 236 
Bigom, J. 56 
Bigham, F. 145 
Billingsley, A. 196 
Billingsley, R. 39, 29, 135, 159 
Bishop, B. 39, 162 
Black, B. 158, 275 
Black, C. 29, 39, 135, 155, 141 
Black, J. 138, 154 
Blackler, D. 140, 222 
Blacklock, J. 29, 131 
Blackstock, M. 145 
Blackwell, J. 135, 158, 163, 241 
Blackwell, R. 107, 155, 146 
Blair, A. 157 
Blake, L. 29 
Blakeman, F. 151 
Bloch, J. 143 
Blonde, J. 102 
Blonde, M. 102 
Bobkin. 56 
Bobruk, R. 39, 163 
Bcersema, J. 1 35 
Bolston, L. 236 
Bolton, B. 56, 161 
Booth, A. 222 
Booth, J. A. 58 
Booth, M. 39, 145 
Booth, S. 286, 293, 296, 297 
Boothman, J. 79 
Borhart, G. 162 
Borschke, M. 212, 286, 290, 296, 

297, 298, 299 
Boug, G. 240, 257, 267, 276, 281 
Boulanger, J. 79 
Bourgeault, P. 162 
Bourne, .L. 29, 39, 157, 239 
Bower, E-. 290 
Boyd, C. 39, 142 
Boyd, Ch. 292, 298. 299 
Boyd, J. 73, 243 
Boyd, N. J. 299 
Bozek, R. 62 
Bracalenti, I. 67 
Bracken, D. 139 
Bradley, Pot. 143, 299 
Brady, Ann. 79 
Brash, Ian. 56, 242 
BrattI, R. 73, 150, 243 



Braun, P. 73, 150 

Brazier, J. 64 

Brewer, A. 1 10 

Brian, T. 261 

Brice, M. 154 

Brick, F. 58 

Brickomn, M. 238 

Brieger, P. 150, 243 

Brine, N. 79 

Brister, J. 130 

Brister, S. 73, 115, 150, 151 

Bristow, J. 126, 56 

Brock, D. 262 

Brodeur, J. 262 

Brogden, A. 242, 141 

Brogden, E. 154 

Brooks, B. 39, 29 

Brookbank, R. 236 

Brown, A. 1 57 

Brown, Carol A. 232, 301, 290 

Brown, Dennis. 88, 110, 121, 125, 

262, 277, 30 
Brown, Donald F. 40, 107, 138, 141 
Brown, F. W. 239 
Brown, Glen W. 58 
Brown, James E. 239 
Brown, Lennox. 56 
Brown, Lynda J. 301 
Brown, Murray. 88, 158, 242 
Brown, Peter D. 135 
Brown, R. K. 29, 192 
Brown, Stephen. 158 
Browne, David. 40, 157 
Browne, Dean. 29 
Browne, Linda E. 29, 138, 159 
Brunt, T. 40, 160 
Brush, Betty. 79, 184 
Bruton, M. 79 
Bryant, W. 236, 140 
Brydges, T. 156 
Buckley, E. 127 
Buckley, L. 102 
Budden, L. 155, 29 
Buie, D. 40, 126 
Burchill, B. 161 
Burgess, D. 56 
Burgin, H. 64 
Burgin, M. 1 10 

Burk, D. 29, 130, 135, 152, 238 
Burke, 'Allen. 88 
Burke, M. 67 
Burns, R. 243, 141 
Burpee, L. 151 
Burr, S. 137, 141 
Burrows, B. 234 
Bursaw, C. 163, 172, 297 
Burston, S. 40, 122, 139, 155, 286 
Burt, L. 236, 29 
Burton, H. 163 
Burton, Pat. 135, 197 
Buttle, M. 79 
Buykes, J. 143, 146 



Cadieux, R. 64, 184 
Cairns, J. 193 
Cajka, J. 193 
Colder, B. 114, 154 
Collaghan, N. 212 
Callow, V. A. 232 
Calvin, E. 143, 147 
Cameron, G. 149 
Cameron, J. 64 
Campbell, Douglas M. 40 
Campbell, Douglas R. 64 
Campbell, H. 79 
Campbell, Jack. 154 
Campbell, M. B. 40, 136 
Campbell, R. H. 58 
Capitano, F. 98 
Caplon, J. 59 
Carbone, M. 163 
Carnegie, C. 162 
Carrie, J. 241 
Carrothers, R. 56 
Carson, M. 139 
Carter, M. 79 



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Carter, J. 150 

Carter, Judith. 40, 158 

Carter, S. 239, 277 

Carter, S. 135 

Cartier, R. 102 

Cary, Elaine. 140 

Casselman, W. 131 

Cassidy, D. 40 

Cassidy, G. 73, 150, 242 

Castle, P. 29, 62, 114, 237, 25 

Castrodale, P. 163, 261 

Castura, L. 1 63 

Caswell, M. 79 

Cates, L. 145 

Cotton, T. 143 

Cedman, G. 142 

Chalmers, M. 127 

Chamberlain, L. 29 

Chambers, R. 40 

Chan Dwai Fuk. 145 

Chan, S. 155 

Chandler, F. 224 

Chang, T. 79 

Chan Lee, Jomes. 158 

Chant, N. 135 

Chopeskie, N. 94 

Chapman, M. 40, 123 

Chapmon, T. 159 

Charest, G. 98, 111 

Chorrette, R. 29 

Chernick, A. 238 

Chernick, B. 130, 152, 29 

Chisholm, J. 135, 142 

Christionsen, A. 234 

Christie, R. 239 

Church, M. 290, 222 

Church, R. 163 

Church, Ronold. 56 

Clopperton, J. 236, 275 

Clapperton, Anne. 232 

Clark, Dolt. 110 

Clark, E. B. 242 

Clark, L. 160 

Clark, Maryonn. 64 

Clork, Richord. 110 

Clarke, A. M. 222 

Clarke, John. 155 

Clarke, John R. 88 

Clarke, Judith. 29, 1 15, 121, 135, 

233 
Clarke, Margaret. 140, 156, 157, 233 
Clarke, R. N. 240, 257 
Clarke, Robert G. 40, 29, 156 
Clayton, W. 59 
Clemence, Chris. 73, 150 
Clemens, James. 138, 158 
Clement, N. 79 
Clendenning, P. 163, 131 
Cluley, K. 40 
Clutterbuck, R. 62 
Coates, L. 145, 299, 298 
Coafes, R. 152, 67, 112, 23 
Coffey, D. 79 
Cohen, A. 40 
Colbert, Gary. 242 
Colder, B. 214 
Cole, Catherine. 130, 152 
Coleman, B. 1 54 
Coleman, J, 158, 29 
Coleman, William. 88 
Coleman, Marilyn. 29 
Coles, A. 40, 193, 239 
Coles, B. 197, 196 
Collie, R. 67, 130, 152 
Colwill, J. 67, 135, 152 
Ccmstock, W. 243 
Conn, M. 79 
Connelly, S. 40 
Consiglio, B. 137, 138 
Convoy, 40 
Cook, Joanne. 143 
Cook, P. 163 
Cooper, B. 73 
Cooper, G. 137 
Cooper, Grant. 40 
Cooper, Jannine. 79, 163 



Corder, R. 41 

Corey, S. 88, 157 

Corless, Eugene. 63, 114 

Cornelius, R. 88 

Cornwall, W. 237 

Corrin, R. 67 

Corti, V. 160 

Cot, D. 140 

Cote, J. 146 

Cotton, T. 154 

Coull, R. 240 

Coulthart, Judy. 136, 135 

Cowan, J. 88, 1 10 

Cowden, Marilyn. 141 

Cox, A. 243 

Cox, D. 149, 110 

Cox, G. 59 

Cox, W. 257 

Craig, S. 127, 140 

Cramp, B. 239 

Craven, B. 143, 140 

Crawford, J. 141 

Crawford, L. 56 

Creeden, R. 163, 131 

Creighton, J. 114 

Creishon, B. 140 

Crews, J. 79 

Critelll, E. 94, 126, 135 

Croly, D. 41, 232 

Cronk, Linda. 41, 115, 122, 148, 233 

Crosby, D. 130, 153, 236 

Crosier, A. 1 47 

Crossley, P. 80 

Crowder, K. 161, 163 

Crozier, T. 73, 136 

Crupp, J. 140 

Cryderman, I. 80 

Cull, J. 41 

Cullen, J. T. 236 

Cumming, L. 1 37 

Currie, R. 67, 130, 236 

Curtis, J. 29, 236 



Dagley, P. 172, 297, 296, 299 

Dally, Nancy. 29, 233 

Dance, M. R. 80 

Darling, C. 41, 123, 233 

Daudlin, R. 98, 111 

Davanzo, A. 130 

Davidson, A. 59 

Davidson, C. 73, 26 

Davidson, D. 160 

Davies, J. 1 13 

Davis, B. 161 

Davis, G. 271 

Davis, J. 146 

Davis, I. 41, 64 

Dowdy, R. 137, 148 

Dawnie, D. 145 

Dawscn, Donald. 146, 158 

Dowscn, Douglas. 237 

Doymcnd, D. 41, 64 

Deacon, M. 160 

Decorie, L. 41, 160, 290, 291 

Dechman, P. 125 

Dedlow, J. 80, 135 

DeGruchy, P. 125, 131 

Dejong. R. 151 

De Lafranier, A. J. 80 

Delonty, P. 142 

Demaio, D. 73, 151 

Demarino, G. 134, 261 

Dempsey, I. 212, 233, 290 

Depsey, J. 41 

Denham, P. 29 

Denhortog, J. 160 

Denhartog, R. 29, 41, 145, 155 

Dennis, I. 29, 135, 143 

Dennis, M. 236 

Denys, J. 103 

Derby, Sue. 29, 163, 286, 235, 

298, 299 
Derksen, David. 145 
De Ryk, E. 94, 291 
De Vos, J. 136, 160 



Dewars, S. 59 

Dewdney, A. 130 

Dewdney, D. 112, 236, 153 

Dewdney, K. 128 

Dewinter, S. 41, 143 

Dick, P. 115 

Dickson, J. 159 

Dill, W. 41, 123 

Dilling, B. 41, 158 

Dillon, F. Ill, 158 

Dimmick, G. 237 

Docken, D. 141 

Dods, R. 121, 136, 150, 239 

Donley, M. 163 

Donnelly, E. 29 

Donohue, E. 94 

Dornai, J. 157, 212 

Dorst, D. 131, 150, 180 

Douglas, A. 160 

Douglas, B. 160 

Douglas, I. 239 

Douglas, J. 41 

Douglas, P. 146 

Douglas, W. 131, 241 

Downie, J. 41 

Doyle, H. 115, 130 

Drinkwalter, D. 114, 108 

Drozd, O. 161, 163 

Drynan, T. 98 

Dubos, P. 159 

Dubeau, J. 142, 227 

Dubois, L. 99 

Duff, B. 67 

Duffy, J. 29, 63, 130 

Duggan, J. 64 

Duguid, L. 276 

Dumaw, C. 122, 233 

Duncan. 1 1 4 

Dunsmoor, W. 1 1 4 

Dunster, B. 56 

Durnford, P. 140 

Durst, T. 29, 41, 156 

Dyer, Ray. 162, 136 

Dymond, Chuck. 149, 1 10 

Dzugan, J. 29, 156 



Earl, Janice. 41, 233, 162, 141 

Earthy, Ken. 240 

Earthy, Richard. 146 

Easton, A. 142, 227 

Eby, Michael. 154 

Eby, Paul. 41, 156 

Ecclestone, E. 236 

Edgar, James. 29 

Edmundson, P. 146 

Edwards, R. 80 

Edwards, S. 224, 141 

Egener, Waide. 89, 242 

Egener, Mark. 63 

Ehmann, R. 99 

Eimantas, E. 56 

Elder, N. 110, 243 

Elford, R. 150, 113 

Elliott, J. 122, 234 

Elliott, P. 41, 149 

Ellis, A. 80 

Elov, Amme. 41, 138, 29, 148 

Elson, Ed. 42, 140 

Elwin, M. 222 

Emerson, J. 1 54 

Emmett, R. 80 

England, G. 56 

Ennis, R. 42, 155 

Epstein, D. 242 

Erdosh, G. 42, 157 

Eschenlohr, I. 162, 301 

Etches, R. 156 

Etherington, J. 42, 124, 139, 237, 

24, 28 
Etherington, W. 113, 237 
Ethier, L. 103 

Evans, Bette. 116, 137, 148, 232 
Evans, Annabel. 42, 107, 116, 189, 

234, 24 
Evans, G. 56 



•]48 



Student Index (Continued) 



Evans, Pat. 42, 157 
Eveland, P. 131 
Ewart, G. 239, 257 
Exiey, W. 159, 144 



Fadelle, K. 146 

Fader, D. 29 

Pagan, G. 64 

Fallona, M. C. 42, 157 

Fanake, F. 156 

Fanning, A. 112, 232, 290 

Fanning, J. 237 

Farley, H. 143 

Farley, J. 29, 214, 257 

Farley, M. 193 

Farnsworfh, M. 241 

Farrell, R. 163 

Fatum, G. 42, 234 

Fauquier, S. 222, 234 

Faure, F. 158 

Fautaux, B. 257 

Fauteux, C. 42 

Favalaro, M. 240 

Fedak, E. 163, 275 

Feeney, J. 1 30 

Fellner, R. 154 

Fenning, H. 290 

Ferguson, N. 64 

Ferguson, Liz. 42, 122, 233, 107, 24 

Ferguson, Gary. 29, 236 

Ferguson, H. Gary. 149 

Ferguson, P. 80 

Ferguson, R. 160 

Ferguson, Larry. 257, 282 

Fernandez, M. 162 

Ferraro, E. 42, 162 

Ferris, Sheila. 108, 189, 233, 247 

Fidler, A. 42, 126, 192, 196, 197, 

237, 31 
Field, M. 261 
Fieldsfone, D. 238 
Finlay, J. 239 
Finlay, John R. 89, 110 
Finlay, John S. 150 
Fish, J. 99, 108, 111 
Fisher, Craig. 42 
Fisher, G. 237, 247 
Fisher, J. 42 
Fisher, P. 236 
Fifchett, K. 42, 138 
Fitzgerald, P. 290 
Fitzhenry, E. 42 
Fleck, C. 242 
Fleming, D. 67 
Fleming, T. 42, 239 
Fleming, W. 29, 63, 237 
Fletzer, K. 64 
Fokszey, G. 162, 163 
Follis, B. 136 
Fonger, J. 141 
Forbes, W. 29 
Ford, B. 115, 116, 240 
Ford, L. 80, 143 
Forloer, A. 59, 99, 163 
Foster, C. 243 
Fowler, K. 29, 138, 158 
Fowler, P. 239, 272, 282, 273 
Fox, R. 42 
Fox, T. 29 
Foy, J. 148 
Franaki, F. 138 
Eraser, G. 73 
Eraser, Malcolm. 236 
Eraser, Marlene. 232 
Eraser, W. 232 

Freeman, L. 73, 271, 272, 273 
Frumau, J. 99 
Fulham, John. 160 
Fullerton, J. 29 
Fulton, D. 261 
Fulton, E. 233, 135 



Gadbois, R. 158 
Gagan, D. 214 



Gagan, Donald. 116 

Gag«, B. 42, 237 

Galbraith, D. 29, 67. 132 

Galgani, D. 99, 163, 257 

Gallagher, N. 140 

Gambrill, Barry. 141 

Gammage, G. 239 

Gardiner, R. 29, 67, 107, 116, 130, 

152, 22, 23 
Gardner, A. 264 
Garrison, R. 43 
Gasewicz, S. 69, 130, 236 
Gaskin, F. 232 
Gawaiko, Paul. 277 
Gazzola, J. 142, 227 
Geall, G. 237 
Gehrels, C. 43, 156 
Gelinas, V. 56, 95, 111, 142, 27 
Gendron, P. 56 
General!, P. 95 
Genyk, G. 163 
George, D. 43, 153 
Giavedoni, D. 227 
Gibson, G. 29 
Gibson, W. 67 
Gilbert, M. E. 80 
Gilchrist, Reg. 43, 243 
Gillard, P. 233, 135 
Gillespie, M. L. Ill 
Gillett, M. 161, 232 
Gillies, M. 155, 157 
Giuis, J. 103 
Gilman, B. 155 
Gilmar, D. 59 
Gingrich, P. 145 
Giop, N. 95, 142 
Gladstone, L. 43, 29 
Gloesner, H. 162 
Glass, B. 238 
Glenister, G. 29, 135 
Godbold, C. 80, 112, 154 
Goff, J. 54 
Golding, W. 156 
Goldstein, F. 67, 238 
Goldstein, T. 43 
Gollert, N. 43, 276 
Gonzalez, M. A. 80 
Gocdfellow, M. 80, 135 
Goodhue, D. 43, 137, 138, 148 
Goodwin, M. 161, 146 
Gordon, C. lA, 1 1 3, 1 50, 243, 262, 26 
Goth, L. 237, 247 
Goudie, Margaret. 43, 121, 143, 

233, 158 
Goulasari^n, J. 43, 214 
Gowette, G. 236 
Grace, M. 29, 116, 236 
Grace, N. 115, 234, 296, 297 
Gracey, C. 135 
Gracey, D. 135 
Gradish, S. 134 
Gradish, J. 43 
Graham, Donald. 261 
Graham, J. Douglas. 239, 154 
Graham, Mary. 43, 141, 145 
Graham, P. 80 
Graham, B. 154 
Grainger, R. 148, 160 
Grainger, W. 112, 236 
Gran, Betty Jean. 222 
Granger, S. 43, 115, 188, 232, 247 
Grant, D. M. 129, 147, 237 
Grant, D. W. 108, 110, 131 
Grant, Donald B. 147, 239 
Grant, K. 136 
Grant, J. 232 
Grontcn, Bernard. 68 
Gray, D. 143 
Graydon, D. 80 
Greotrex, G. 114, 237 
Greb, M. 43, 233 
Gretenc, F. 163 
Greeniaus, M. 80, 184 
Greenwood, E. 64 
Grieve, S. 154, 126, 234, 291 
Griffin, G. 154 



Oflffln, J. 267, 264 
Griffin, L. 95 
Grinnei, D. 43 
Grl»f, K. 56 
Groje, 149, 196 
Grojkorth, R. 160 
Guest, R. 74, 150, 148 
Guest, R. E. 150 
Guging, G. 68 
Guiltinan, E. 29, 234 
Guistini, Deanna. 49 
Gunther, P. 143 
Guthrie, J. P. 131 
Guy, J. 43, 157 
Guzda, C. 80 
Gzik, E. 56 



Haas, R. 134, 150 

Habros, R. 236 

Hagan, M. I. 80 

Hagerman, F. 116, 237 

Hagey, H. 154 

Hale, R. 227 

Hall, A. 59 

Hall, F. E. 43 

Hall, J. 80 

Hall, Mary Ann. 95, 107, 1 11, 139, 291 

Hall, P. 43 

Hall, T. 64 

Hall, V. 29 

Hamber, D. 261 

Hambleton, I. 43 

Hamide, K. 139 

Hamilton, B. 99 

Hamilton, I. 43 

Hamilton, L. 44, 158 

Hamilton, M. 95, 131 

Hamilton, Michael. 126, 129, 135, 

136, 138, 158, 237 
Hamilton, R. 162 
Hammeft, N. 64 
Hammond, B. 139 
Hammond, S. 148 
Hancock, P. 74, 135, 136, 149, 150 
Hand, P. 89 
Hands, V. 80 
Haney, K. 44, 122 
Hannah, M. 44, 122, 232 
Hansmon, D. 89, 222 
Hanson, H. 44, 162 
Hardy, E. 81 
Hardy, Gayle. 222 
Hardy, J. T. 99, 29 
Hardy, K. 29, 131 
Harley, Jill. 161, 212 
Harris, Bruce E. 44, 148 
Harris, F. 44, 157 
Harris, S. 44 

Harrison, S. 44, 107, 233, 247 
Hartog, J. 68, 236 
Hassan, H. 138 
Haltie, M. J. 44, 140, 155 
Houch, W. 56, 273 
Hough, J. 299 
Havens, K. 44, 147 
Hawkins, A. 292 
Haycock, S. 157 
Haydon, W. E. J. 44, 157 
Hayek, D. J. 29 
Hayhurst, J. 240, 277 
Hoyman, W. P. 239 
Hayne, R. 89 
Haynes, B. 81 
Hayton, M. 59 
Head, M. J. 161 
Healy, H. 95, 131, 142 
Hearn, M. 74, 150 
Hegan, R. 240 
Heimpel, M. .59 
Heisz, J. 95, 115, 131 
Henderson, C. R. W. 89, 159 
Henderson, D. James. 29, 115, 143, 

153, 236 
Henderson, Elspeth. 122, 234 
Hendry, W. 89 



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Henry, Jill. 44, 141, 148, 158, 233 

Henry, D. 237 

Henry, Jane. 224 

Henry, R. 236 

Herbert. 56, 155 

Herzog, M. 238 

Hession, J. 1 1 1 

Hethrington, J. 239 

Heustis, I. 64 

Hewitt, A. 64 

Hicks, D. 155 

Hicks, M. E. 44 

Hickson, C. 103 

Hill, Elizabeth. 161 

Hill, P. 149, 146 

Hill, W. Bruce. 44 

Hipfner, J. 146, 156 

Hisbet, R. 68, 135 

Hitchins, G. 146 

Hobbs, B. 29 

Hobbs, C. 29, 68, 139, 152 

Hobbs, G. 56, 163 

Hobson, R. 89 

Hockin, T. 29, 74, 106, 150, 239, 22, 

26 
Hoey, J. 146 
Hogg, C. 122, 222, 234 
Holland, M. 44, 143 
Holland, S. 29, 159 
Hollands, R. 29 
Hollands, R. A. 29, 140 
Hollands, T. R. 29, 44, 156 
Holloway, C. 163 
Holmes, N. 44, 136, 162 
Holmes, R. 44 
Holton, P. 146 
Holton, W. 150, 243 
Holyer, M. R. 157, 29 
Home, H. 163 
Honey, J. 44, 128, 28 
Honkawa, Bev. 123, 232 
Hoople, M. 290 
Hoover, J. 44, 158 
Hopkins, B. 45 
Hopkins, S. 81, 112, 115 
Horembala, E. 99 
Hornby, G. 45, 155 
Horning, I. 81 
Horsey, H. 192 
Hose, R. 29, 113 
Hotchkiss, R. 29 
Houghtling, J. 45, 232 
Houston, B. 291, 286, 290, 299 
Houston, J. 81, 135 
How, R. 45 
Howard, J. 247 
Howard, J. 239 
Howe, E. 81 
Howson, Barry. 265 
Howson, E. 81 
Hubley, N. 240 
Huffman, R. 29, 155 
Hughes, E. D. 89, 222 
Hughes, J. O. 129, 237 
Hughes, M. 127, 234 
Hughes, T. 74, 142, 227 
Humby, D. 74, 113, 26 
Humphrey, D. 45, 232 
Humphrey, E. 158 
Hungerford, N. 222, 286, 292 
Hunt, J. 154 
Hunt, P. 161 
Hunter, E. 56 
Hunter, G. 157 
Hunter, K. M. F. 236, 247 
Hurley, R. M. 241 
Huska, W. 99 
Husser, B. 234 
Huston, B. 45, 156 
Huston, J. 135 
Hutchinson, T. 59 
Hyatt, A. 29, 45, 148 
Hyatt, H. J. 236 

I 

Inch, M. 45, 140 



Ing, C. 241 
Ing, T. 68, 145 
Innes, R. 74, 147, 243 
Iredale, A. 45, 162 
Iredale, P. 131 
Irving, J. 227 
Irwin, N. 56 
Irwin, T. 74, 242 
Isaacs, P. 277, 268 
Ivill, A. 81 
Iwashchenko, A. 45 
Izatt, J. 162 



Jack, K. 257 

Jackson, Marg. 286, 291, 296, 297 

Jackson, Martha. 234 

Jackson, N. 159 

Jackson, R. 138, 153 

Jackson, S. 157 

Jackson, S. 81 

Jacobs, B. 29, 286, 291 

Jacques, N. 81, 143 

Jagoe, R. 59 

Jalliffe, F. 59 

James, M. 156 

James, Murray. 45, 156 

James, W. V. 142, 227 

Jameson, S. 64 

Jamieson, G. 74, T15 

Janssens, R. 29 

Jorabek, L. 163 

Jarecsni, E. 227 

Jarrett, J. 141 

Jarvis, P. 45. 239, 146 

Jeffrey, A. 45, 121, 233, 286, 292, 

296, 298, 299, 297, 30 
Jeffrey, S. 115, 123 
Jenkins, E. 146 
Jenkins, T. 136 
Jenkins, W. 127 
Jenkinson, P. 45 
Jennings, W. 242 
Jennison, E. 154 
Jepson, T. 236 

Jervis, L. 89, 110, 188, 222, 234, 25 
Jhooty, J. 227, 144 
Job, B. 256, 257 
Jobbitt, K. 192 
Johns, C. 45 

Johnson, David. 154, 239 
Johnson, Bruce. 135, 241 
Johnson, E. 64 
Johnson, Reg. 74, 150 
Johnson, S. 45, 115, 232 
Johnson, T. 212, 160 
Johnston, B. 290 
Johnston, D. 45 
Johnston, H. 149 
Johnston, P. 45 
Johnston, M. 134 
Johnston, R. 222 
Johnston, S. 45 
Jolly, L. 45, 122, 116, 234 
Jones, D. 156 
Jones, David T. 197 
Jones, Donald H. 196 
Jones, M. A. 45 
Jones, R. 146 
Jones, S. 68 
Jordan, R. 46, 156 
Jordan, W. 137, 142 
Joseph, U. 113 
Joseph, P. 113, 142 
Joseph, Paul. 157 
Joyce, L. 141, 160, 286, 293, 299 
Judd, C. 95, 161, 141 
Jull, J. 29, 162 
Juskevich, A. T. 95 



Kallaur, H. 161 

Kanja, J. 163 

Karges, L. 29 

Karr, C. 141 

Kasparian, G. 74, 150, 239 



Kearney, K. 1 35 

Keeling, C. 29, 68, 152 

Keevil, L. 140 

Keffer, G. 68, 152 

Keith, K. 143 

Kelman, G. 46 

Kendall, J. 1 1 1 

Kendrick, M. 68 

Kennedy, D. 135 

Kennedy, S. 148, 242 

Kenney, M. A. 162 

Kennington, N. 29, 46, 162, 233 

Kenny, 95, 111, 131, 142, 27 

Kerr, James. 64 

Kerr, Norman. 46 

Keyes, M. 286, 290, 299 

Kidd, M. 222 

Kiff, R. 68, 236 

Kincaid, J. 135 

King, James R. 99, 193 

Kingsbury, Jane. 46, 121, 134, 232 

Kingsland, D. 64 

Kingston, T. 89, 140 

Kirkby, W. 56 

Kirkpatrick, M. 234 

Kirvan, F. 99 

Kish, G. 99 

Klassen, H. 222 

Klein, J. 74, 214, 242 

Klein, S. 29, 130, 152, 238, 247 

Klopp, R. 227, 144 

Kneeshaw, M. 81 

Knirsch, A. K. 29, 130, 152 

Knoepfli, P. 113 

Kobe, A. 64, 135 

Koenen, W. 46 

Kokchiang, T. 139 

Kolie, A. 143 

Kond, H. 46, 160 

Koop, H. 145 

Kopinak, J. 46 

Kopp, J. 156 

Koskie, M. 238, 74 

Kostek, L. 163 

Koszarny, V. 163 

Kovach, K. 46 

Kovacs, L. 81 

Kowanetz, M. 115, 158 

Kreutzkamp, D. 161 

Krikorian, D. 240 

Krikorian, M. 64 

Kular, T. 89 

Kushnir, V. 154 

Kutas, G. 238 



Laale, Hans. 227 
Labadie, Lawrence. Ill, 107 
Labrie, Warren. 151 
Lacey, Sandra. 81, 143 
Lackey, Earl J. 145 
Lai, Lily J. 145 
Laird, Bruce K. 140 
Laird, Allan D. 241 
Laird, James J. 237, 277, 275 
Lake, Hilda V. 81 
Lamb, Christina J. 64 
Lomont, David A. 236 
Lament, Kenneth G. 68 
Lomperd, Alexandra M. 157 
Lang, Christopher H. 262 
Langan, Leona M. 131, 116 
Langley, Richard W. 237 
Langlois, Joseph Peter. 103 
Laurie, William John. 103 
Lavergne, Giselle M. 95, 111, 134 
Lavis, Mary E. 1 41 
Lovis, Nancy E. 46, 157 
Law, Gordon A. 46, 155 
Lawrence, Maureen. 29, 46, 136 
Lawrence, William. 46 
Lawson, James. 162, 224 
Lawson, William. 56, 276, 281 
Lay, Christopher. 237 
Layman, Blanche. 122, 162, 163, 232, 
286, 299 



Student Index (Continued) 



leache, Gordon. 56 

Leonders, Mike. 105, 261 

Leatham, J. 60 

Leavens, Kenneth. 75, 129, 240, 26 

Leduc, Monique. 81 

Lee, Gerald. 147 

Lee, Olivia. 145 

Lee, Yaf Chuen. 145 

Leff, Ida. 46 

Legg, David. 89 

Leitch, Fred. 243 

Lemmon, Sheila. 81 

Lemon, Morley. 89, 243 

Lennox, Joan. 92, 113, 135, 233 

Leonard, William. 137, 146 

Lethbridge, Joanne. 123, 148, 233 

Lewis, Wayne. 89 

Lev/is, J. Cameron. 56 

Lewis, Paul. 46 

Liebman, Edwin. 56 

Liepins, Velta. 157 

Lierman, M. Peter. 46, 135 

Lilies, 89, 227, 144 

Lindsay, John. 240 

Lister, Gordon. 46, 157 

Little, Jack. 138 

Little, Judy. 135 

Livingston, David. 147, 241 

Livingston, Fred. 136, 138, 153 

Lock, William. 130, 154 

Locke, Beverley. 81 

Lockhart, Susan. 56 

Loeffler, Roif. 227 

Loftus, Frank. 56, 257. 

Loncke, John. 29 

Lorriman, Nancy. 126, 232 

Lotfridge, Michael. 131, 163 

Louch, Robert. 1 12 

Lounsbury, Barbara. 81 

Love, Douglas. 150 

Love, Marilyn. 163 

Love, Robert. 160 

Low, Arthur. 140 

Low, Charles. 46, 146 

Low, Marion. 81 

Lowe, Agatha. 81, 139 

Lowry, David. 141 

Lowry, R. Neil. 141, 156 

Lubell, Michael. 75, 238 

Lubofta, Lawrence. 56 

Lucas, Ian. 150 

Lumsden, Bruce. 147 

Lumsden, Jan. 46, 115, 148, 234 

Lyall, Wm. 68 

Lyons, James. 63, 114, 158 

Lytle, Bruce. 147 

M 

Macernieks, Aina. 82 

Machel, Arthur. 89 

Mackness, Betty. 47, 162, 233 

Magee, Peter. 29 

Mahoney, Margaret. 141 

Maioenberg, Robert. 68, 238 

Makowetsky, Adeline. 64 

Malby, Robert. 239 

Mialnerich, Emily. 47 

Moloney, Pat. 163 

Malpass, Nancy. 82 

Mann, Edward. 56 

Manning, George. 47, 149, 150 

Manore, Ann. 139 

Mantz, Douglas. 48, 139, 158 

Marentelte, John Dennis. 103 

Markou, Samuel. 48, 242 

Mormon, William. 75, 113, 150, 26 

Marriage, Arthur. 156 

Marriage, Paul. 140 

Marshall, Carol. 48, 193 

Marshall, Sue. 142 

Martens, Anthony. 240 

Martes, R. 155 

Martin, B. 141 

Martin, Edward. 113, 137 

Martin, Joanne. 242 

Martin, Paul. 156 



Martin, Peter. 257 

Martin, Ruth. 135, 145, 155, 232 

Martin, William. 224, 89, 242 

Martlond, Barrie 

McGorman, James. 75, 113, 151, 

150, 26 
McGroth, Dana. 232, 286, 298, 299 
McGregor, Neil. 47 
MacGregor, Sheila. 47, 142 
McGrenere, Mary Alice. 142 
McHugh, William. 154 
Mcllwroith, Donald. 237 
Moclnnes, Mary. 82, 108, 112 
Mclnneas, Patricio. 47 
Macintosh, Dionne. 160 
Macintosh, James. 69 
McKay, R. 60 
MacKay, Meri. 56 
McKee, David. 47 
McKee, Earl. 75, 150 
McKenzie, Garry. 239 
McKenzie, Jeanne. 212, 233 
McKenzie, Kenneth. 141 
McKenzie, Mary. 192 
MacKenzie, Paul. 115 
MacKenzie, William. 158, 159 
McKeown, Isobel. 29, 157 
McKim, Michael. 63, 29 
McKinley, Jeanette. 196 
McKinley, David. 47, 107, 24, 22 
Mckinnon, Anita. 96 
MacKinnon, Karen. 143, 233 
McLochlin, Daniel. 64, 243 
McLachlin, Roderick. 261 
McLaren, Helen. 47, 143, 233 
McLarty, Jean. 47 
McLaughlin, Gary. 105, 157 
MocLeon, Albert. 145 
McLellon, Forbes. 47 
McLennan, Nelson. 122, 126, 146 
MacLeod, Edna. 122 
McLeod, Haleyon. 47 
McLeod, Mary. 232, 301 
McMane, Ruth. 192, 222 
McMurray, Neil. 240, 257 
McNabb, Ian. 146 
McNoirn, Colin. 257 
McNally, Keith. 56 
McNally, Jean. 154, 297 
McNeil, Catherine. 82 
McNeil, Heather. 116 
McNeil, Janet. 82 
McNeil. Sandy. 147 
McNeill, Marilyn. 47 
McNeill, Ronald. 237 
McNie, M. 257 
McNichol, Sheila. 82 
McPhee, Marilyn. 82 
McQuillan, Archie. 47 
McRae, Duncan. 75, 239 
MacRae, Mary. 29, 47 
McRonald, Ian. 145 
McTovish, Don. 56 
McTavish, James. 47 
McVicor, Cathy. 154 
Martlond, Barrie. 127, 237 
Marwood, Curtis. 135, 145 
Mascitelli, Anna. 96, 142 
Mason, David. 154, 261 
Mason, Kenneth. 156 
Masterson, Margaret. 297 
Mather, Myrna. 48, 120, 148, 163, 30 
Matwichuk, Bill. 56 
May, Mobein Mary. 127 
May, Ross. 48, 266 
Mayall, Brian. 69, 130, 152, 153 
Maynard, Douglas. 216, 247 
Mozier, Patrick. 236 
McAlpine, 46, 157 
MacArfhur, John. 63, 214 
McAskile, Elizabeth. 122, 234 
MacAuley, Donald. 130, 153, 236 
MocAuley, Edward. 129 
McBrien, Catherine. 96, 131, 286, 

290, 299 
McCall, Gail. 81 



McCallan, Norman. 89 
McCallum, Stewart. 157, 261 
McCollum, liuncon. 75, 129, 240 
McConce, M. 60 
McCarthy, Thomas. 99 
McClotchie, Ann. 234 
McCleary, Brendo. 82 
McCieory, Paul. 240, 247 
McClellan, Gail. 116 
McClelland, Margaret. 46, 123, 233 
McClintock, Trevor. 236 
McColl, Patricio. 47 
McCordic, David. 240 
McCormick, Neil. 146 
McCorquodale, Alexander. 29 
McCourtie, David. 239 
McCrockeri, Wayne. 29 
McCroy, David. 243 
McCullough, Margaret. 232 
McCullough, Shelagh. 212 
McCutcheon, Kenneth. 120 
McDermid, Jim. 69 
McDonald, Carol. 222, 298, 299 
McDonald, Douglas. 75, 243 
McDonald, Harriet. 130, 153 
McDonald, Horry. 64, 112 
McDonald, Jock. 29, 69, 112, 108, 

152, 236, 23 
MocDonald, Judith. 47, 156, 157 
MocDonold, Keith. 69 
MacDonald, Mary Ellen. 29, 143, 162 
MocDonnell, Archie. 64 
McDonnell, Paul. 131 
MocDougoll, Deidre. 47, 120, 30 
McDougall, Donald. 142, 227 
McDowell, Douglas. 136, 237 
McEochron, Valentino. 47, 155. 
McElheron, Lois. 82 
McForlane, Donald. 89, 243 
McFoul, Mary Ann. 82 
McGibbon, Frances. 172 
McGinnis, Paul. 122, 148, 242 
McVittie, Robert. 89 
McWhinnie, June. 47, 148 
Meads, Edgar. 69, 23 
Meagher, John. 99 
Medline, Alan. 238 
Medwidsky, Wolter. 261 
Meen, Richard. 236 
Melody, James. 116 
Melody, John. 131 
Melech, Ewa. 163 
Mennill, David. 141 
Mercer, Maryl. 212, 232 
Merriom, Ruth. 115, 135, 232 
Metcolfe, Robin. 90 
Metros, John. 257 
Meyer, Rudy. 1 10 
Michol, Raymond. 131 
Michle, Charles. 136 
Middleton, S. 29 
Might, Paul. 90, 131 
Milowski, William. 69 
Mileski, Roymond. 163 
Mill, Alan. 75, 150, 243 
Millen, K. Judith. 286 
Miller, Eloise. 64 
Miller, Denton. 242 
Miller, Robert. 146 
Mills, Robert. 154 
Mills, Rose Marie. 64 
Mishenko, Dove. 290 
Mitchell, Donna. 82 
Mitchell, Muriel. 293 
Mitches, Phil. 140 
Moggoch, Robert. 160 
Monteith, Nancy. 48, 107, 110, 115, 

189, 293, 298, 299, 292, 24 
Montgomery, Noncy. 299 
Moore, Jacqueline. 48. 232 
Moore, Judy. 48 
Moron, Bruce, 1 54 
Morden, Patricia. 143 
Morgan, Dennis. 160 
Morin, Sheila. 82 
Morningstar, Peter. 48 



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Morris, Joan. 48, 188 

Morris, Edith. 82, 112 

Morris, Lois. 48 

Morris, John. 239 

Morrow, Dwight. 56 

Morsink, Ian. 129, 180 

Mortin, Joan. 234 

Morton, Ahce. 82, 184 

Moss, John A. 90, 199 

Moss, John S. 128, 155 

Mossison, D. 154 

Moulton, Douglas. 90 

Mountain, William. 158 

Mousseau, Gilles. 56 

Mousseau, Roger. 277 

Mowry, Nan. 116, 149, 162, 234 

Muha, Ronald. 135 

Muir, Gary, 48 

Mularchyk, Edward. 257 

Mulligan, Carol. 291 

Mulligan, Judith. 48 

Mullory, C. 160 

Munday, Robert. 48, 146 

Mundell, Ion. 35, 158 

Mundy, Brent. 239, 257, 275 

Munro, Bradley. 154 

Munro, Martha. 286, 297 

Murchison, Tom. 90 

Murdock, Mary Margaret. 83 

Murley, James. 241 

Murphy, Diane. 48, 116, 189, 234 

Murphy, Elizabeth. 83 

Murray, Harry. 48 

Myatt, Rosalind. 232 

Myer, James. 234 

Myers, Judith. 234 

N 

Naftoline, Lee. 236 

Nokash, Gay. 83, 1 12, 108 

Nalborczyk, Edward. 99 

Nancekievill, Ivan. 69 

Nancekivell, John. 130, 239 

Nash, Frederick. 48 

Nash, John. 142, 257 

Neal, Wayne. 56, 239, 247, 257 

Naff, Jo Anne. 83 

Neigro, T. 105 

Neiiand, Pat. 290 

Neill, Anne. 64 

Neill, John. 48 

Neilson, Murray. 150 

Nelles, Mary Anne. 48, 234 

Nelson, Winston. 90, 139 

Nesbitt, Shirley. 83 

Newell, Norah. 290 

Nichol, David. 151 

Nicholson, Eugene. 48 

Nicholson, Lynn. 290 

Nielson, Donald. 49, 214 

Niemi, Reind. 161 

Niemy, Roman. 242 

Nigro, Thomas. 261, 277 

Nikifork, John. 49, 163 

Nisbet, Ronald. 49, 196 

Nishimoto, Elmer. 63, 114 

Nishimura, Archie. 49, 136, 146 

Noice, Barry. 49, 162 

Norminton, Edward. 49 

Norrie, Joanne. 161 

North, Robert. 236 

Norton, Yvonne. 138, 139, 153 

Nozaki, Marcelino. 64 

Nunan, John. 49, 157 

Nye, Harriette. 49, 121, 123, 142, 232 



O'Conner, Terronce. 99, 240 

O'Donnell, James. 49 

Ofner, Tom. 64 

Ogletree, John. 56 

Oille, Fred. 108, 237 

Oldridge, Ron. 154 

Olmsted, John. 126 

Olsson, Lynda. 49, 116, 123, 232 

Opdecam, Nancy. 136, 160 



Opic, Tony. 236 

Organ, Barbara. 29 

O'Rourke, Hugh. 125 

Orr, Anna. 49 

Orr, Donald. 49 

Ort, Douglas. 125 

Osier, Andrew. 56, 125, 138, 243, 

247, 28 
Osier, Judith. 90, 222, 290 
Osier, Thomas. 127 
Ostrander, Diane. 49, 122, 232 
Ouderkirk, Dorlene. 83 
Ouellette, Lawrence. 257 
Ozord, John. 156 



Pady, Jack. 64 

Palka, Stanley. 49, 163 

Pang, Rusina. 145 

Popich, Walter. 99 

Pardy, Jean. 83 

Pare, John. 56 

Parker, Carole. 49, 134, 141, 224 

Parker, Franklin. 49 

Parry, Ross. 135 

Parsons, Jeremy. 49, 163 

Parthenis, Alexander. 69 

Partio, Donald. 63 

Peterson, John. 122, 126 

Patten, Donald. 147 

Patterson, Alma. 64 

Patterson, Lynn. 49, 193, 224, 232, 

292 
Patterson, G. 143 
Pauweis, Norbert. 138, 139 
Payette, Margaret. 96, 1 15, 232, 290 
Peacock, Margaret. 49, 121, 134, 

182, 31 
Pearson, Margery. 222 
Pearson, Sarah, 138, 163 
Pearson, Sue. 290 
Peebles, Jane. 135 
Peever, Sue. 234, 290 
Pegels, Audrey. 290, 291, 296, 297, 

298, 299 
Pegg, Patricia. 155 
Peifer, Brian. 237 
Peirce, Ronald. 75 
Peirone, Anthony. 99 
Pellow, Jom. 49, 154 
Penman, Gail. 83 
Penner, Diane. 299 
Pepper, Stephen. 237 
Peramaki, Ray. 236 
Perfect, Edward. 146 
Perkins, Edward. 146 
Perkins, John. 141 
Persyko, Larry. 238 
Peryer, Stanley. 90, 122, 125, 28 
Petch, John. 129 
Peters, Gary. 56 
Peterson, Donald. 49, 120, 28 
Petrucci, Antonio. 163 
Petz, Betty Anne. 135 
Phelps, 50, 107, 31 
Phillips, F. 60 
Phillips, Gerald. 240, 247 
Phillips, Nancy. 50, 138, 139 
Phillips, Rosemary. 222 
Phillips, Sharleen. 161, 290 
Phillipson, Donald. 160 
P 
P 
P 
P 
P 
P 
P 
PI 
P 
P 
P 
P 
P 



ckard, Joyce. 64 

ckering, Mary Jean. 222 

ckersgill, Donald. 50 

elsticker, Charles. 90, 116 

erce, Patricia. 83 

qott, Peter. 29 

Ikey, Brock. 75 

Ikey, Gloria. 83 

nfold, Thomas. 1 16 

nk, Garnet. 29, 243 

per, Frederick. 137, 243 

rrie, Sharon. 50, 286, 290, 298, 299 

sko, M. 60 
Plancke, Lorraine. 96 
Playford, John. 50 



Plewes, Betty. 1 10 
Pluta, Leonard. 56 
Pogue, Barbara. 222 
Pogue, William. 75, 180 
Pollard, Margaret. 50, 162 
Pollen, William. 50, 134, 182, 224, 

237, 30 
Pollock, James. 56 
Pon, Franklin. 146 
Pope, Barbara. 148, 233 
Por, Thomas. 50, 114 
Posen, Gerald. 69, 238 
Post, Graham. 75, 148, 180 
Pozzo, Garry. 163 
Priddle, George. 157, 239 
Prieksaites, William. 56 
Prieur, Michael. 29, 103 
Pringle, Ronald. 50 
Prior, Michael. 64, 1 10 
Prior, Nancy. 83 
Prisco, Nestor. 163 
Prokop, David. 126 
Ptazek, Jane. 163 
Pugliese, Thomas. 163 
Pui, Wing Lee. 153 
Pullen, Kathleen. 83 
Purdy, David. 50 
Purkis, Jomes. 239 
Purvis, George. 136 
Purvis, James. 29 
Purvis, Peter. 196 
Purvis, Jock. 50 



Guilty, Barbara. 83 



Robin, Harvey. 1 16, 238 

Rae, David. 242 

Rohm, David. 116, 239 

Roibmon, Richard. 154 

Roithby, George. 29, 115, 130 

Rajah, Senathi. 139, 157 

Randall, Gail. 160, 293, 297 

Randall, Kotherine. 83 

Randall, Mary. 136 

Rankin, Robert. 131 

Rasmussen, Henning. 261 

Rowlings, Ruth. 84 

Ray, Janet. 222 

Rayner, Wes. 56 

Rea, Doreen. 84 

Read, John. 69 

Read, Janet. 162, 233 

Reader, Robert. 29, 163 

Redinger, Richard. 50, 130, 152, 161 

Reed, Arleen. 293 

Regan, Judith. 161 

Reid, Arch. 261 

Reid, Constance. 222 

Reid, Lena. 84 

Reid, Patricia. 50 

Reintjes, George. 261 

Rempel, Jacob. 135, 145 

Renaud, Antoinette. 64, 112, 115 

Revell, Elizabeth. 222 

Reynhaudt, J. 129, 241, 247 

Reynolds, Wendy. 286, 290 

Ribey, Norris. 146 

Richards, James. 131 

Richards, Robert. 161 

Richardson, Judith. 84 

Richardson, Margaret. 234 

Richardson, Susan. 84 

Riddolls, John. 141 

Rigoto, Jean. 96, 1 16 

Riley, Marilyn. 155 

Riley, Frederick, 1 16 

Rine, D. 140 

Ring, Margaret. 234 

Rintoul, Frances. 290 

Ritchie, Scott. 243 

Ritchie, Elizabeth. 143 

Robbins, Edward. 50, 160 

Roberts, Barry. 56 



Student Index (Continued) 



Robberts, Edward. 49 

Robertson, Donald. 113, 135, 150 

Robertscn, Judith. 50, 135, 155, 233 

Robertson, Terry. 50 

Robertson, Wendy. 50, 116, 232 

Robinow, Anthony. 134 

Robinson, Michael. 64, 107, 140 

Robinson, Ronald. 147 

Robson, Charlotte. 84 

Roell, Michael. 243 

Roell, Pieter. 50, 153, 243 

Rogers, Carl. 1 46 

Rolston, Linda. 56 

Rose, Margaret. 50, 123, 233 

Rose, Robert. 158, 214, 239 

Rose, Sally. 84 

Ross, Charles. 75, 175, 237 

Ross, Elizabeth. 234 

Ross, John. 154 

Ross, Peter. 146 

Ross, Susan. 84 

Roszell, Lenore. 232 

Roth, Harold. 114 

Roth, Susan. 222 

Rountree, John. 51 

Rowe, John. 76 

Rowed, David. 146 

Rowland, Barbara. 84 

Rozell, Lenore. 222 

Ruby, Brian. 142 

Rubt, Ralph. 236 

Ruckle, Connie. 1 10 

Rudd, Bruce. 1 14 

Rudd, Judith. 51, 136, 233 

Ruddle, Frederick. 76, 150 

Rudkin, David. 51 

Rudusans, Irena. 122, 232 

Rudy, Elvin. 137 

Rrunstedtler, John. 29, 146 

Rusak, Patricia. 115, 120, 189, 

233, 29 
Rush, Anna. 232 
Russell, Ian. 243 
Russell, Daniel. 51, 160 
Russell, Lyie. 142 
Russell, Becky. 51, 233 
Rutulis, Maris. 157 
Rysdale, Kenneth. 256, 257, 268 



Saarinen, Ivan. 227, 144 
Sabjan, Anne. 96, 136 
Sache, Nancy. 121, 127, 139 
Sallmen, Hermon. 162 
Sampson, Barbara. 145 
Samways, Clarke. 257 
Sanders, Cindy. 234 
Sanders, Doreen. 51 
Sanders, William. 99 
Sanderson, Noncy. 84 
Sass, Gloria. 212 
Sasso, Alfred. 103 
Saunders, Sheila. 51 
Savage, John. 76, T36, 243 
Sawchuk, William. 51 
Sax, Robert. 238 
Scarff, Michael. 69, 152 
Schaefer, William. 51 
Scholler, Valda. 141, 196 
Schwandt, Elsie. 29 
Scherer, John. 63 
Schibley, Jerome. 100 
Schiel, John. 51 
Schmidek, Henry. 29 
Schroder, John. 99, 1 08 111 

'142, 227 
Schram, John. 147, 237 
Schultz, Edward. 69 
Schultz, Kenneth. 150, 196 
Scinto, Bruno. 100 
Scoins, Ronald. 51, 155 
Scott, Barbara. 51 
Scott, Constance. 92, 113, 115 234 
Scoff, Duff. 243 
Scoff, Eric. 76 
Scott, Grahom. 131. 146 



Scott, Harvey. 257, 281 

Scott, H. Joanne. 222, 291 

Scott, Jack. 51, 146 

Scctt, Marlene. 84 

Scott, Robert. 56 

Scott, Sandra. 1 57 

Scott, Steven. 29, 242 

Scott, V. A. Nancy. 96, 123, 193 

Scott, William. 147 

Seagram, John. 113 

Sealy, Anita. 84 

Sebastian, Arthur. 227 

Seeley, Disney. 139 

Seitz, Paul. 131 

Sennewald, Barbara. 29, 162 

Serveau, Michael. 29 

Servent, Carol. 84 

Setterington, Gary. 51, 147 

Setterington, George. 63 

Sexton, Ronald. 227 

Shabsoue, Harold. 239 

Shackleton, Rosmeary. 135, 143, 145 

Shaheen, Albert. 56 

Shannon, Sallie. 122 

Shantz, Suzanne. 84 

Sharpe, David. 51, 237, 193 

Shaver, A. Douglas. 257 

Shaver, Mary Eleanor. 122, 222 

Shaw, Eleanor. 297 

Shaw, G. Gary. 243 

Shaw, June. 85 

Shaw, Larry. 257 

Sheikia, B. 139 

Sheldon, Juliet. 222 

Shephard, J. William. 56 

Sheppard, David. 156 

Sheridan, William. 51, 116, 147, 

242 
Sherrin, Rick. 239 

Shewan, Dorothy. 51, 196, 197, 141 
Shortau, James J. 103 
Shouldice, E. Byrnes. 69 
Shute, Roberta. 139, 142 
Shuttleworth, David. 140 
Sibley, Geraldine. 29 
Sillick, Robert. 29 
Sills, K. Ruth. 96, 111, 108, 116, 

188, 27 
Simmons, A. Joyce. 51, 157 
Simmons, K. 60 
Simmons, Ronald. 156 
Simpson, Brian D. 277 
Simpson, Glen. 51, 158 
Simpson, Janice. 85 
Simpson, P. Freda. 85, 184 
Sinclair, Ann. 51 
Sinclair, Duncan. 239 
Sinclair, Marybelle. 232 
Sinclair, Mary. 299 
Sinclair, Murray. 29, 130 
Singh, Roderick. 52 
Singh, Sikandar. 139 
Sinnett, Elizabeth. 85 
Skinkle, A'urray. 76, UO 
Skinner, J. Gordon. 52 
Skuffhom, Brian. 158 
Sloan, Douglas. 155 
Smith, Alice. 85 
Smith, David. 52, 142, 157, 242, 

261, 146 
Smith, Elizabeth. 161 
Smith, Gordon. 29 
Smith, Larry. 56 
Smith, Lillian. 290, 299 
Smith, Mary. 157 
Smith, N. 60 
Smith, Owen. 149, 242 
Smith, Pamela. 90 
Smith, Patricia. 1 10 
Smith, R. Paul. 76, 116, 242 
Smith, Robert. 110, 140, 241 
Smith, Ruth. 115, 116 
Smith, Thelda. 85, 160 
Smith, Wendy. 52, 126, 234, 

247, 24 
Smolders, Anna. 29 



Snelgrove, John. 90, 242 
Snow, Michael. 29 
Snowden, Gerald. 240 
Snowden, Marilyn. 290 
Soganich, Helen. 85 
Soltys, Joseph. 1 56 
Somerton, Kenneth, 130 
Southern, Robert. 29, 152 
Spockmon, Susan. 92, 113, 108, 

116, 135 
Sparkes, Brian. 146 
Spencer, Gwendolyn. 135, 233 
Spencer, William. 145 
Spisani, Silvana. .156 
Spooner, Margaret. 52 
Spooner, Sheila. 85 
Spratf, Ernest. 1 12, 236 
Spratt, Terrence. 1 46 
Squire, W. Louise. 85 
Stocey, George. 56, 160, 214 
Stochow, Joan. 29 
Stager, D. Paul. 29, 148, 214 
Standefer, Roma. 115 
Standing, James. 56, 153 
Stanley, Heather. 157, 233 
Stanley, James. 56 
Steele, Catherine. 1 1 2 
Steele, Richard. 52, 158, 242 
Steels, Catherine. 85, 135, 29, 162 
Steels, George. 1 14, 239 
Steen, Robert. 154 

Steeves, Richard. 69, 132 

Steinberg, Cecile. 52 

Steiss, Carl. 242 

Stelmachuk, Walter. 52 

Stepaniuk, Anna. 52, 163 

Stephenson, William. 141 

Sterling, Horry. 1 38 

Stevens, Judith. 85 

Stevens, Lynne. 127, 222 

Stevens, T. Geoffrey. 125, 149, 
150, 237 

Steward, Ernest. 146 

Stewart, M. ^ayne. 114, 237 

Stewart, Roger. 237, 239, 252, 253 

Stickland, Irene. 64 

Stiling, B. Jane. 56 

Stinson, Dora Ann. 29 

Stinson, Jean. 52, 141 

Stockhousen, John. 261 

Storey, Sandra. 85, 135 

Story, Donald. 52 

Stothers, William. 1 10 

Strang, William. 239 

Strongways, Ruth. 29 

Stranks, Bernard. 131 

Struthers, Telf. 155 

Sturgis, B. 60 

Sturgis, Diane. 232, 222 

Sugiyama, Shigeru. 236 

Sullivan, John. 56 

Sullivan, P. Desmond. 115 

Summers, Barbara. 52 

Sumner, Muir. 52, 156 

Sunaitis, Elmo. 160 

Suter, Gary. 63, 108, 113, 237, 
22, 25 

Suter, Ingebord. 29, 52, 162 

Sutherland, Ann. 234 

Sutherland, E. Mae. 85, 135 

Sutton, Marilyn. 70 

Suzukedianne. D. 292 

Swaak, Teijer. 150 

Sweeney, Terry. 240 

Sweeny, Susan. 192 

Syrett, H. Edward. 29, 146, 155 

Szilard, Andrew. 53, 139, 238 

Szvetko, Denes. 53, 272, 273 



Taillon, M. Kathleen. 64 
Tait, Diane. 49, 111 
Tait, Donald. 103 
Talbot, Judith. 149, 234 
Taliano, Donald. 100, 163, 240 
Tollman, Maribell. 115 



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Talma, Grace. 139 

Tarn, Gary. 261 

Tampos, M. 1 38 

Ton, John. 160 

Tonoky, Arky. 64 

Tanner, G. Douglas. 110 

Tate, David. 239 

Tate, G. Robert. 239, 277 

Taylor, Albert. 276 

Taylor, A. Dick. 236 

Taylor, Donald. 237, 134 

Taylor, Howard.' 76, 150, 126, 

242, 277, 26 
Taylor, Karen. 160 
Taylor, Murray. 240 
Taylor, Norma. 135, 145 
Taylor, Thomas. 53 
Tebbutt, Gordon. 29, 157 
Telford, Pete. 56, 128, 237 
Terech, Edward. 163 
Terry, Joan. 1 45 
Tham, Ping. 156, 160 
Thibaudeau, J. 53, 157 
Thomas, A. 64 
Thomas, B. 53, 121, 232, 31 
Thomas, P. 85, 108, 112, 184 
Thompson, J. 70, 152, 273 
Thompson, Margaret. 86 
Thompson, Michael. 261 
Thompson, R. 243 
Thompson, W. Paul. 162, 29 
Thomson, G. Helen. 56 
Thomson, J. 151 

Thomson, Mary, 90, 107, 110, 31 
Thorburn, Andrew. 53 
Thorner, L. 70 
Thornton, E. L. 222 
Thorpe, R. 239 

Thurlow, John. 70, 130, 152, 23 
Thurston, Eric. 146 
Thwaites, J. 76, 150 
Tiffney, P. 64 
Timbrel!, J. 142 
Tipoulow, L. 90 
Tisdale, R. 242 
Tiovonen, H. R. 146, 242 
Tong, R. 1 15 
Toplack, E. 53 
Todd, R. 60 
Totten, M. 131 
Townsend, R. 64 
Toye, F. 86 
Trecarten, T. 130 
Trelford, M. 86, 112 
Tremaine, W. 56 
Tremblay, R. 29 
Tripp, J. 96, 161 
Trott, J. 224 

Tucker, W. 256, 257, 268 
Tuff, B. 86 
Turja, R. 53 

Turnbull, R. 29, 154, 156 
Turner, J. 76, 239 
Turner, P, 150 
Twaits, J. 90 
Twasbebeako, A. 163 
Tweedie, S. 116, 234 
Tweedie, T. 239 

U 

Ubaldi, E. 56 
Uiska, U. 76 
Ulch, J. 123 
Underbill, D. 232 
Ungard, G. 11 4 
Uzas, J. 96, 158 



Vadas, J. 261 
Vair, D. 247 
Valenga, J. 155, 53 
Vandenheuvel, B. 261 
Vandervaart, B. R. 162 
Vandervelde, Bill. 155, 29 
Vankoughnett, A. Leroy. 114, 29 
Vanneste, C. Ill, 158 



Van Nickle, T. 110 

Van zant, J. William. 241 

Varah, Janet. 123, 148, 233 

Varah, Margaret. 115 

Vass, B. 53 

Vaughn, M. 110, 107, 139, 237 

Vetter, J. 53, 137 

Vikauskas, V. 114 

Vincent, C. 143 

Voisey, B. 1 1 1 

Voisey, B. 11 1 

Vormittag, F. 237 

W 

Waddell, E. 53, 136, 148 
Waide, J. P. S. 53, 148, 242 
Wagstaff, M. 143, 296, 297, 

298, 299, 301 
Walden, J. P. 29 
Walenius, R. 241 
Walkey, A. 234 
Wallace, C. 86 
Wallace, D. 86 
Wallace, J. 122 
Wallace, M. 292 
Wallace, P. 129, 241 
Wallington, M. 86 
Wallrap, A. 29, 70 
Walpole, R. E. B. 86, 145 
Walsh, G. 53, 232 
Walsh, J. 100, 111 
Walsh, M. 261, 146 
Walter, P. 150, 243 
Walters, P. 86 
Walton, Y. 290, 291, 296, 297, 

298, 299, 301 
Walwyn, S. 54 
Walzak, J. 103 
Wannan, B. 142 
Wansbrough, M. 150, 241 
Wansbrough, S. 54 
Ward, E. 122, 291, 296, 297, 

298, 299 
Ward, N. 86, 112 
Ward, P. 137, 148, 149 
Ward, R. G. 64 
Warder, J. 29, 123, 233 
Waring, P. 60 
Warner, R. 135 
Warren, M. 292 
Warren, J. 146 
Warren, N. 141 
Watson, C. 299 
Watson, W. 29 
Watts, G. 29 
Waugh, M. 29, 54 
Weaver, D. 29, 54, 154, 155 
Webb, M. 86 
Webb, T. 86 
Weber, H. 113, 115 
Weber, L. 90, 147 
Weber, G. 54, 137, 158 
Weber, J. 147, 241 
Webster, G. 54, 154, 156 
Webster, W. 131, 197 
Weekes, E. 90, 131- 
Weil, J. 131 
Wier, P. 64 
Weisegger, F. 1 14 
Weisz, G. 131 
Wendling, PI. 100, 160 
Wentzell, R. 155, 227, 144 
Wessels, R. 76, 150 
Westcott, M. 112, 188, 234 
Westeinde, J. 154, 239 
Westfall, C..29 
Westgate, N. 86 
Weston, G. 262, 276 
Whaley, J. 90 
Wharram, D. 54, 162 
Whelan, B. 54, 157 
White, C. 160, 162, 222 
White, A. 60 

White, H. 54, 149, 122, 233, 291 
White, J. 113, 237, 
White, L. 286, 296, 297, 301 



White, E. 90, 162 

White, M. 222 

Whitehead, J. 54 

Whiten, C. 100, 122, 240 

Whiteside, W. 242 

Whitwell, M. L. 290, 291, 297, 299 

Wiesegger, F. 114, 115, 206 

Wilcox, P. 122, 233 

Wildfong, L. 196 

Wiley, P. I. 100, 111 

Willan, D. 29, 76 

Williams, R. 69 

Williams, Bill. 236, 261 

Williamson, D. 54 

Williamson, T. 268 

Willis, A. J. 212 

Willis, D. 29 

Willis, E. 142 

Willis, R. 29, 239 

Willis, S. 90, 232 

Wilson, C. 222 

Wilson, R. 160 

Wilson, M. 86 

Wilson, Bert. 242 

Wilson, Bruce. 156 

Wilson, W. 29, 163 

Wilson, W. 232 

Wilson, W. F. A. 154 

Wilson, W. H. 55, 154 

Wilton, J. 172, 173 

Wing, L. 55, 123 

Winger, K. 56, 237 

Winslow, A. 29 

Wisebrod, H. 140 

Wismer, R. 257 

Wittig, J. 55, 125 

Woloshyn, W. 268 

Wong, H. 145 

Wong, I. 90, 143, 145 

Woo, S. 145 

Wood, D. 29, 64, 150 

Wood, M. 55, 233 

Wood, T. 29, 70, 152 

Wood, R. 55, 257, 275, 282 

Woodcock, J. 242 

Wright, J. 115 

Woods, N. 135 

Woolner, S. 29, 55 

Wotherspoon, R. 140, 193 

Wright, J. Ill 

Wright, B. 29, 152 

Wyatt, R. 141 

Wyckham, R. 243 

Wydareny, J. 253, 257 

Wyse, C. 236 



Yachetti, R. 100, 163, 192 
Yarmey, D. 147 
Yipp, R. 55, 156 
Young, E. 55, 159, 162 
Young, Doug. 239, 243 
Young, H. 55 
Young, R. 55 
Young, S. 55 
Young, Sally I. 141, 155 
Yu, E. 145, 161 
Yu, S. 227, 144 
Yungblut, R. 155 
Yuzpe, A. 238 



Zaits, C. 29, 70, 130, 152, 238 

Zarn, K. 299 

Zavitz, H. 60 

Zelinski, P. 64 

Ziegler, D. 242, 247 

Zimmer, R. 29 

Zinkewick, J. 56 



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General Index 



Abodes 228-229 

Administration '9 

Advertising 303 

Alpha Kappa Kappa 236 

Alpha Omega Alpha 152 

Archery 301 

Arts and Science Graduates 39-55 

Awards: 

Brescia 27 

Business 26 

C.K.C. 27 

Engineering 25 

Hippocratic 23 

Huron 25 

Oxy 30 ~ 31 

Publications 28 

U.C.C. Honour Awards 24 

U.C.C. Merit Awards 24 

U.S.C. Honour Awards 22 

Band, Mustang 167, 178 

Basketball 298-300 

Beta Sigma Rho 238 

Beta Theta Pi 237 

Bowling 291 

Brescia 216, 217 

Brescia Beacon 131 

Brescia Honour Awards 27 

Broadcasting Society 154 

Business Council 113 

Business Graduates 73-76 

Business Honour Awards 26 

Business King 180 

Business Newsletter 129 

Business School 204 

C.A.B 129 

Candids 345, 346 

Canterbury Club 140 

C.C.F 137 

Chancellor 17 

Cheerleaders 167 

Chemical Institute of Canada 156 

C.K.C. Council Ill 

C.K.C— Brescia Drama Society 198 

C.K.C. Graduates 99-100 

Clio Club 158 

Coed Ball 181 

C.U.M 137 

Colts 257-259 

Dean's Honour List 29 

Debating Club 149 



Delta Upsilon 

Engineering Council Awards 
Engineering Graduates 

Engineering Journal 

Engineering School 

Fall Convocation 

Folio 

Fraternity Life 

Frosh Week and Hop 



239 
25 

63 

130 

206 

34-35 

128 

224-245 

170-171 



Gamma Phi Beta 232 

Gazette 124-127 

Geography Club 157 

Gilbert and Sullivan 196-197 

Graduates: 

Business 71-76 

C.K.C. 99-100 

Engineering 63 

Huron 89-90 

Medicine 67-70 

Music 91 

Nursing 79-86 

St. Peter's 103 

Summer School and Extension 57 

U.C 39-55 

Ursuline 95-96 

Handbook 128 

Hesperian Club 159 

Hillel UO 

Hippocratic Council Awards 23 

Hockey 290 

Homecoming 174-177 

Home Economics Club 161 

Huron Council 110 

Huron Council Awards • 25 

Huron Drama Society 199 

Huron Graduates 89-90 

Huron 220-223 

Huron Times 131 

Inter-Fraternity Council 247 

I.F.C. Ball 248-249 

Index 347 

Institute of Radio Engineers 156 

Inter-Political Council 138 

Investment Club 150 

Italian Club 163 

I.V.D.F 200 

Ivy Leaguers 150 

Kappa Alpha Society 240 

Kappa Alpha Thefo . 233 

Kings' Men 131 



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Law School 

Law School Council 

Lecture Series Speakers 

Liahona 

Liberal Club 

Lutheran StucJents Association . 

Lutheran StucJents' Centre 

Majorettes 

Marketing Club 

Mathematics Club 

McKinnon House 

MecJical Council 

Medical Graduates 

Medical Journal 

Meds Merrymakers 

Medway Hall 

Medway Monitor 

Middlesex Council 

Model Parliament 

Music Teachers College 

Music Teachers' College Council 

Music Graduates 



209 

114 

202 

142 

136 
144 
227 
178 
151 

155 

224-226 

112 

67-70 
130 
153 
214-215 
131 
110 
183 
207 
113 
92 



Rowing Club 



Science 



Mustangs : 252-257 



Newman Club 
Newman House 
New Party 
Newspapers, small 

N.F.C.U.S 

Nursing School 

Nursing School Council 

Nursing Graduates 

Occidentalia 

Osier Society 

Outcrop Club 

Oxy Awards 

Oxy Staff 

Panhellenic 

Phi Delta Beta 

Philosophy Club 

Physicists Club 

Pi Beta Phi 

Polycon Club 

Progressive-Conservative Club 

President 



142 

227 

137 

130-131 

115 

205 

112 

79-86 

120-123 

152 

157 

31 

12-13 

247 

241 

159 

155 

234 

158 

136 
18 



Publication Keys 28 

Purple Patches 192, 195 

Purple Spur \-\^ 

Radio Amateurs Society 154 

Rowing 260 



Science Women's Colloquium 

S.C.M 

Sigma Chi 

Sketch Club 
Slavic Circle 
Soccer 



161 
208 
157 
143 
242 
155 
163 
261 



Social Service Club 148 

Sorority Life 235 

Speaker's Club 151 

Spencer Hall 212-213 

Sports, Boys, 250-251 

Sports Cor Club 154 

Sports, Girls, 284-285 

Sports, Intramural 288-289 

Softball 290 

Student Government in action 117 

St. Peter's Graduates 102-103 

S.U.N. 138 

Sunday Nine O'Clock 135 

Sweetheart Dance 172-173 

Swimming 294-295 

Tachycardia 184-185 

Tennis 292 

Torchlight Parade 164 

Track 262, 291 

Treasure Von 182 

U.C. Ball 188-191 

U.C. Graduates 39-55 

U.C.C. Honour Awards 24 

Undergraduate Engineers Council 114 

Ukrainian Club 163 

Ursuline Council Ill 

Ursuline College Graduates 94-96 

University Students' Council 106 

U.S.C. Honour Awards 22 

U.W.O. Choir 135 

Volleyball 296-297 

Westminster Club 143 

Westminster College 224-226 

White Cross Club 149 

Winter Week-end 186-187 

Women's Athletic 286 

Women's Athletic Awards 287 

Women's Undergrad 115 

W.U.S.C 134 

W.U.S.C. Film Society 134 

Zeto Psi 243 










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In closing.... 



Hurrah! and a sigh of relief from the Oxy staffers as 
page 360 finally goes to press. 

As I look back over the year, I wonder how the preced- 
ing pages were ever produced. Last fall, we began only 
with an idea — that of making Oxy strictly a picture 
book, a photo album of our campus, our clubs, our sports 
and other activities. Ten years from now, as you glance 
through your Oxy, I hope you will recall, with warm sent- 
iment, the colour of football games, the excitement of 
Winter Weekend, but also the dignity of our Alma Mater 
as an institution of learning. 

Inspiration alone did not produce the multiplicity of 
pictures and the copy which make up your 1961 Oxy. For 
the most part, sheer hard work enabled us to meet our 
very early February deadline. My warmest thanks tO: 

— Myrna Mather for her sincere and wholehearted in- 
terest and also for the publications section. 

— Don Peterson, Doug Ort, John Paterson, Jim Wallace, 
and Ned McLennan for the heart of the book - the pictures. 

— Deirdre MacDougall for layout and picture selection 

— Barb Thomas for her efficient management of the 



Grad section. 

— Harriette Nye for an exciting Campus Life section. 

— Marg Peacock for an excellent job in organizations. 

— Dennis Brown and Andrea Jeffrey for their excellent 
coverage of sports, in spite of our almoost too early 
deadline. 

— Judy Clarke for Residences, Fraternities and Soror- 
ities. 

— Nancy Sache for completing most of her pages so 
quickly and efficiently. 

— Marg Goudie for taking over one of Oxy's most un- 
pleasant and boring jobs, the Index. 

— Mike Hamilton, Dave Grant, Chris Lay, Jim Hughes, 
and Jack Petch for advertising. 

— Bill Barrett, Victor Aziz, Ron Nelson, and the London 
Free Press for special pictures. 

— last but not least, USC members. Gazetteers and 
other Oxy Visitors with their usual encouraging question 
"Is Oxy coming out on time?" My only answer at this 
point is we all have our fingers crossed. 




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