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Cuyahoga Community College's 1st President Dr. Charles E. Chapman, President of Cuyahoga Community College for ten years has helped it grow from a 3, 039 enrollment in 1963 to 21, 000 in 1973. He has served as a guiding light for Metro, Eastern, and Western Campuses. It is with much regret that Cuyahoga Community College loses a great president and leader, Dr. Charles E. Chapman, who is leaving to take a position in California. Good luck Dr. Chapman, we'll miss you!

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Board Of Trustees

Dr. H. Andrew Johnson III Chairman

Mr. Richard E. Jablonski

Mrs. Douglas Bond

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Mr. David R. Forest Vice -Chairman

Mr. Robert 1. Lewis

Mr. Arthur B. McBride

Mr. Raymond Dacek

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Mr. Myron S. Stoll

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Mr. James OIMeara

Dr. Donald Smith

Metropolitan Campus President

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Dr. David Stevenson Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences

Dr. Fred C. Sutton Dean of Business and Sciences

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,/ Major Harris Dean of Student Services

Dr. George Traicoff Dean of Cummunity Services 9

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Tri-C students talk with Angela Davis after her speech at Cleveland State University.

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PICTURED AT LEFT: Dennis Carney, Student Activities Graphic Arts man.

PICTURED BELOW: The Early Childhood Learning . Center.

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Early Childhood Learning Center Staff: (L to R) Betty Harris, Joel Walters, and Ruthann Steinbrenner

A vet talks it over with veterans' counselor.

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Tri-C Choir

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tro's Band

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Commencement Ceremonies

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Muntu Drum

Uly sses Glenn, Muntu Drum Advisor & Journalism Instructor.

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Commuter Staff

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Ski Club

Radio Club

Radio Club Black Seminar Coodinators: Bruce Johnson, Wilbert Williams, Tony Luke.

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Radio C lu b Hustlers

Rad io Clu b Hus tlers : Nat e Whi tfiel d, Al How ard, Ric h Tibb s, And re Hill , Jam es Mil ler, Ton Sidn ey Wil liam s, Vin cen t Burn y Luk e, Larr y Wel ch, s. CHAMPIONS: Bas ketb all, Foo tbal l, Wre stlin g, Tra ck and Fiel d.

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International Students Association

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Student Government

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Afro American Society

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Dar-UI-Islam

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Chi-Gamma-Iota

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Medical Assisting Club

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Equality Society

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Administrative Counsil Convenes

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Book Store Personnel

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History Department Staff

Mrs. Bessie Cuff--Health Service.

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Tri-C Metro

j Dr. Carl Gaetano

Dr. Culbreth Cook

Mr. Bill Mitchell

Ms. Jacqueline Sheppard

Mr. Phillip Ringle

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Ms. Jacqueline Bonica

Dr. Ernest Long

Counseling Department

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Mr. Vince Calo

Ms. Jean Allen

Mr. Richard Warek

Ms. Evelyn Rusk

Mr. Morad Ghodooshim

Ms. Cheryl Richardson

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Mr. Joe Malone

Program Council Presents Muddy Waters

Eddy Kendricks Concert Sponsored ~y Program Council

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Bell Telefunk-Program Council, Sponsor

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Norihiko Watanabe-Ethnic Heritage, Sponsor

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St. Patrick's Day Celebration Sponsored

By Student Activities And Ethnic Heritage

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Program Council Presents "Crunch Bunch"

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Outdoor Sculptor Event Presented By The Art Department

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Mark Gridley Jazz Ensemble Sponsored By Ethnic Heritage

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Ethnic Heritage Presents A Jazz Concert

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Rites Of Spring

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Black Homecoming Queen Radio Club Sponsor Ruth Brozell Sophomore Queen

Black Homecoming Contestants

Katheryn Karpides Dancers Presented By Artist & Lecture Series

Not Enough Rope Presented By Metro Theatre

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White Roots Of Peace Sponsored By Artist & Lecture Series 83

Grandinelle Lithuanian Ensemble Sponsored By Ethnic Heritage

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Tony Brown Speaks At Tri-C Sponsored By Black Affairs, Community Forum

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Shirley Chisholm raps with Dr. Johnson after speaking to Tri-C students.

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Clarence Ditlow At Metro Sponsored By Artist & Lecture Series

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Rumanian Ambassador Visits Campus

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Health Service Holds A Blood Drive

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"Disentegration of James Cherry"

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"Your Own Thing" Presented By Metro Theatre

"To Be Young Gifted and Black"

Josh White, Jr. Presented By Artist & Lecture Series

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Julian Bond Addresses Metro Audience

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Hospitality Management

Culinary Art Exhibit

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Black Student Union Fashion Show

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Woman Of The Year

Runner-Up Man Of The Year Al Howard (L) Receives The Runner up Award From Robert Rendeer (R)

Runner-Up Woman Of The Year Natika Fufuka walks off displaying her Runner - up Trophy

(L TO R) Ulysses Glenn, William O. Walker, Dr. Johnson and Dean Harris wait for the awards ceremony to begin.

Dr. Andrew Johnson speaking at the awards ceremony .

(L TO R) Dr. Smith, Dr. Johnson and Dean Harris Share a few pleasantries together.

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Outstanding Students

Outstanding Student Art St. Clair (;. Rita Pickens proudly exhibiting their trophies. Not Pictured: Gloria Robinson, Glady s Osher, Zulema R eyes.

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Awards

Ron Glavin

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Club Of The Year

Zulema Reyes (L) accepts Club of The Year Award for the International Students Association from Jean Allen (R)

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Golden Apple Award

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Instructor Wilbert Nichols receives Golden Apple Award,

Deborah Griffin

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James Dodge also received T he Award .

Journalism Award

William O. Walker Editor of the Call GPostNewspaper hands out the Journalism Awards to Kareema-El TOP (L), Rochelle Smith BOTTOM (L) and Art St. Clair BOTTOM (R)

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Guidance and Leadership Award

Fred Perkins, Dir. of Student Activities (L) receives the outstanding Guidance and Leadership Award from Al Howard (R)

Services Rendered Student Government

LEFT TO RIGHT: Vincent Burns, Tony Luke, Gladys Osher, Chester Harris, Joan Butts , Rita Pickens, Lorene Maddox, Linda Johnson, Gloria Robinson, Stella Jackson and Natika Fufuka.

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Runner-Up Club Of The Year

Tony Luke accepts Runner-up Club of the Year Award for Radio Club.

Runner-Up Service Club

Nick Early (L) accepts the Runner-up Service Club Award from Al Bellamy (R) for Chi-Gamma-Iota.

Advisor Of The Year

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Service Club Of The Year

Service Club of the Year Award from Al Bellamy (R)

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Special Awards

Wilbert Nichols receives Outstanding Instructor Award from Student Government.

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Who's Who Awards

PICTURED: Chester Harris, Rita Pickens, Mary Jane Wheatly, Gladys Osher, Zulema Reyes, Kareema-El, Raymond 1. Dassel, Lorene Maddox, Doran T. McKeever, Rochelle Smith, Ahmad A. Hussein, John Fr a nk, Linda Johnson, and Robert L. King. Not Pictured: Camille Kehres, Theresa Uhrinek, David Bambic, Paula Vardel, Matthew M. Valencic

Dean Harris at Podium giving out Who's Who awards .

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Awards Ceremony

Booker Tall (L) and Rita Pickins (R) pose for a picture after the awards ceremony.

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Awards Ceremony Reception

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Metro 1972-1973 Cougars

(L TO R) David Greene, Head Coach, R. Tate, S. Williams, C. Moss, D. Wilson, M. Loury, R. Winston, E. Hill, L. Hampton, M. Stephens, F. Beamon, C. Parker, T. Sheiby, S. Walker, C. Flythe and Asst. Coach, Ron Moss.

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The Cougars won 20 games and lost 11. They competed in the Regional Tournament.

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Baseball Team

LEFT TO RIGHT: John Worship, Manager; Reginald Hannah; Calvin Whitmore; Burt Herron; Jim Fitzgerald; Mike Piscitello; Ken Jefferson; Sergio Andvjar; Joe Juras; Paul Popovich; Dave Connors; Ed Negron, Bob Diehl; Jim Lewis; Dennis Markiewicz and Cecil Jones. Not Pictured; Ron Moss, Coach.

The Tri -C Baseball Team holds a record of 15 wins & 6 losses winning the Turnpike Athletic Conference's baseball competition.

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The Tri-C. Wrestling Team holds a 12 win 1 loss record. The team had four members to qualify for the National Wrestling Tournament. Wrestler Raleigh Clemons won all 25 of his matches.

BACK (L TO R) Bob Calevich, Mike Shrader, Morgan Seiecky, Bob Robertson, Coach Carter Waite. FRONT (L TO R) Dave Sperli, Raleigh Clemons, Bill Yozipovich, Randy Wierzbick, Ken Lacey, Dennis McLeod (Not Pictured) •

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Track

TRI-C STRIDERS: BACK ROW STANDING: Coach Estus New berry, Marv inLandingham, KevinAnglin, RobertFarvor, Leroy Golston, and Alan Price. FRONT ROW KNEELING: Keith Holland, Ale x Jackson, Fred Worley, Charles Jernigan, Mauric e Dukes and Bemba Jones.

CCC Track Team finished 6th in the National meet.

After last years great indoor season the track team, with primarily all freshmen, finished fifth in the nation. The team was led by Co-captains Robert Dudley and Louis DeFreeze. The team finished well up in the final standings in the Florida Relays and then traveled to St. Louis where Larry Jackson gave an outstanding performance. Larry won the outstanding award for his impressive victories in the 100 and 220. Tri C ran well against the four year colleges in the Ohio Relays. Marvin Landingham set six records at the Greater Cleveland College Championships. Our mile relay team set a new school record of 3: 10.6 at the National Championships in Pasadena, Texas. The team finished sixth out of 125 teams entered. Also, the mile relay was the sec0nd fastest time ever run by a junior college. The mile relay team included Louis DeFreeze, Ralph Hale, Monroe Larkin, and Fred Worley. Louis DeFreeze finished 3rd in the 880 with a school record of 1:51. 3 .

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CCC Tennis Team wins 12, loses O. The team went on to win Turnpike Ath1etic Conference Competition.

Tennis Team

STANDING: John Wagg, Asst. Coach, Calvin Cooper, Larry Pitts, Ted Cameron, Father Yahno, Coach. SITTING: John Dister, Don DeCone, Larry Welch.

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Soccer Team Tri-C Soccer Team won 11 and lost 2 going on to win the Turnpike Athletic Conference, and completed the season ranking third in the national competition.

STANDING: L TO R-Mallias, Sutton, Smolic, Kunzel, Mladinov, Zomber, Mudri, Ankrah, Coach Jo e Stipcic. KNEELING: L TO R-Wierzbicki, Markinos, Sedlacek, Jovic, Urizar, W allace, Stross, Biassiotta, Oriti, Zeppatella, O'Malley, Blagojevic.

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Gymnastic Team

T erry Nesbitt, John Pesek, Tim Slatton , T ed Cameron, Peter Dusek, Coa ch.

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Cougarettes Basketball Team

STANDING: (L TO R) Pat BuDkley, Barb Weekley, Carol Kemenyrs, Yetola Turner, D ebbie McGregor, and Sammie Burks. SITTING: (L TO R) Shirley Brown, PatZemek, Sugar T aylor, Sandie Kancelor . Not Pictured: Denise Brewster, Coach Pat Templin, Asst. Coach, Ken Price and Manager Karen Vargo .

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Fencing Team i

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STANDING: (L TO R) Jesse Boiner, Gamer Room Supervisor, Dennis Carney, Graphics Lab. Supervisor, Fred Perkins, Dir. of Student Activities . SEATED: (L TO R) Nancy Harrington, Asst . Dir. of Student Act. Denise Dameron, Student Act . Secretary, Carrie Hanson, Student Act . Secretary, and Earline Smith. Student Act. Asst .

YEARBOOK STAFF: Bernadette Satterfield, Stella Jackson, Earline Smith (Adviser) T.P. Young-Bey (Editor) Not Pictured. 13 1

ALL PICTURES IN THE YEARBOOK WERE TAKEN BY THE COMMUTER STAFF, MUNTU DRUM STAFF, DENNIS CARNEY, AND THE EDUCATIONAL MEDIA CENTER. THE YEARBOOK STAFF WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE ABOVE FOR THEIR COOPERATIoN. WE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK SANDY ROSENBERG FOR HER CONTRIBUTIoN TO THE YEARBOOK.

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