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TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF PAGE 16

FACULTY PAGE 38 STUDENT ACTIVITIES PAGE 58


ATHLETICS PAGE 130 THEATRE AND ART PAGE 144 COMMENCEMENT AND GRADUATES PAGE 164


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College can be a total experience. Without downgrading the academic experience it would seem safe to say that a large part of that experience is realized outside the classroom. The experience of being on a college campus is something that has altered nearly all of us; all, that is, who have chosen to spend their years here by becoming involved to some degree. We should, by now, have a storehouse of vivid memories; some are depicted on this page, and others are scattered throughout this volume. They should serve always to re-kindle a lifetime supply of memories. .

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A campus is not merely a conglomeration of buildings, textbooks and forms filed in triplicate. It is people, who individual lives interlock for a few hours each day and give the campus its living, breathing soul. A crowd gathered on the grass, a snowball fight, a quick smoke and a wierd pair of glasses make steel and stone come alive.

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ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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Mr. Ro bert L. Lewis, Chairman

Mr. David R. Forrest

Mrs. Douglas D . Bond

Dr. Andrew H. Johnson III

Mrs. Rubie J. McCullough

Mr. Myron S. Stoll

Mr. James E. O'Meara

Mr. David S. Stein


COLLEGE PRESIDENT Dr. Nolen M. Ellison

O FFICE O F TH E PRES IDENT

To the Class of 175: It is with tremendous pride and enthusiasm that I extend a brief personal note to the graduating Class of 175. It is also a very special note, for your graduation represents my first opportunity, as the new President of Cuyahoga Community College, to experience the transition of a graduating cl ass into the growing r anks of Tri-C alums. Since I can only have this experience once, I shall forever savor its great significance. I hope that this experience is or will, in time , prove to be as rewarding to you as it is to me. Gr aduation is not an end or a beginning , but rather encompasses both. It is the end of an educational and social experience and the beginning of another phase of your life. Whether you are pursuing fu r ther educational plans, entering a rewarding ca r eer or extending your newly acquired sk ills and talents to your families and community, you are embarking on a journey which I trust will prove to be a lasting, positive experience. I can only share with yriu my great satisfaction that Cuyahoga Community Col lege played a part toward the beginning of your new experience. It is a fact that Tri-C has experienced great growth since its inception in 1963. I know that you have been a part of that growth and that by vir tue of that, you also have grown. This yearbook in your hands is proof of t hat and I hope it will serve as a constant reminder of many pleasant, pro ductive and worthwhile hours at Tri-C. Bes t wishes for success and happiness in all of your future endeavors! Sincerely,

R-~.~ No I en M. EI I i son Pre sident

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CAMPUS PRESIDENT

To the Graduates: The road to graduation is seldom easy. Many of you have overcome multiple hazards changes in jobs and hours, changes in family situation, problems of money. These concerns have often seemed to overshadow those of classroom and grades. The achievement of graduation should be recognized as more meaningful for you than for the 1975 class of most colleges and universities. With this in mind, I congratulate you on behalf of the administration, faculty, and staff of the Campus. Yours, David Stevenson President, Metropolitan Campus Cuyahoga Community College

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Dr. David Stevenson


DEANS .. .

Curtis F. Jefferson Dean Humanities and Social Sciences

Dr. Culbreth Cook Acting Dean Student Services

Dr. Louis Kotnik Dean Business and Sciences

Dr. James Lorion Acting Dean Community Services

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COUNSELING

This year has been one of transition for the counseling center. Rec nizing that a variety of students call for a variety of approaches a programs, counselors sought to improve relationships with faculty a friends, to improve interpersonal communications, and to clarify a resolve personal concerns, goals and plans. Reaching out to students in classroom buildings was in evidence several ways. First, counselors, in cooperation with individual facu members, made classroom presentations on topics such as group dyna

Mr. Vince C. Calo

Mr. Philip M. Ringle

Mrs. Evelvn H . Rusk

Dr. Ernie S. Long

Mr. William Mitchell

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)g. .cs life planning and relaxation training. Second, a "satellite" counseling

n~ ~e~ter was opened in Humanities 215 to provide counseling on a more nd informal basis. Third, evening counseling services have been made availnd able in both Humanities and Science and Technology Buildings, as well as in the counseling center, Administration 209. lI. Counselors are continuing to seek ways of extending and improving 11\ services to all students in the college community.

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Mr. Morad Ghodooshim

Dr. Herbert E. Agnor

Mrs. Jacqueline Duino

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Mr. Joseph R. Malone

Mrs. Jean C. Allen Mrs. Jacqueline Jefferson Mrs. Marsha Julian Mr. AI Lopez

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STAFF

Mrs. Jane Tresville, Director Career Opportunities Project

Mr. Timothy M. Dodds, Admissions Counselor

Mr. Herman B. Alexander, Director of

Mr. Sylvester E. Davis, Director of Campus Support Services


Mr. Nicholas M. Langhart, Asst. to Dean

Mr. Keith E. Miles, Admissions and Records

Co-ordinator

Mr. Roy D. Chiles, Director Financial Aid

Ms. Diane M . RuppeJt, Asst. Director 25 Ethnic Heritage Center


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Mr. Donald l. Plagens, Faculty Senate Chairman

Mr. Russell A. Duino, Library Director

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Mr. Richard C. Decker, Director EMC

Mr. Waiter Store

David Director

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Magdalena Reyes (seated), Rita Manuel, Helen Sobolewski, Academic Scheduling

Betty Morgan, Olga Torres, Ginnie Scurlock, Financial Aid

Mr. Fred F. Perkins, Director Student Activities


Mrs . . Lynn H. Sikora, Director of Admissions and Fiscal Services

Mr. Langston C. Davis, Community Programs Director

Mr. Fred C. Jenkins, Ombudsman

Ms. Nancy R. Harrington, Asst Director Student Activities

CAMERA SHY: Sandra Golden, College Relations Eli Ferenchik, Ethnic Heritage William Monroe, Supt. BIds. and Grounds Alice Saal, College Nurse In-Charge Joe Lynn, Black Affairs Larry Lambert, Administrative Asst.

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Mrs. Evelyn Director

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PEOPLE YOU KNOW

Mr. Booker T. Tall, Black Affairs Director

Mr. Robert L. Brown Jr., Ass!. Director Security and Safety

Mrs. Frances H. Turner, Director

Mr. Samuel R. Carrington, Project Search

ECLC

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SECURITY

STAFF

Mr. Robert L. Brown Jr., Assistant Director Security

FULL TIME OFFICERS Mr. Robert L. Brown, Jr. Assistant Director of Department Augustine, Jerome Security Petrolman Bogan, John H., Jr. Security Messenger Callahan, IMelvin Security Patrolman Curry, Lee Security Patrolman Frye, Willard Security Policeman Gibbs, Joanne M. Security Patrolwoman Hughley, Emanuel Security Patrolman Love, Calbert Security Supervisor Mitchell, John L. Security Policeman Mitchell Tommy Security Patrolman Reynolds, Ronald Security Policeman Robertson, Lewis Security Patrolman Robinson, James Security Patrolman Scott, Marvin Security Policeman Sewell, Marshall Security Policeman Smith, Odell Security Patrolman Sublett, Stirley Security Supervisor Surry, Dub Security Patrolman Walls, Dave Security Patrolman Wilson, Daniel Security Patrolman PART TIME OFFICERS Davis, James Security Policeman Hall, Avon Security Patrolman Hassel, Robert Security Policeman Security Policeman Langford, James Love, Willie Security Policeman Lunter, John Security Policeman Perkins, Herbert Security Patrolman Tate, Willie Security Patrolman

Fletcher, DwightSecurity Policeman Anderson, BenjaminSecurity Policeman STUDENT ASSISTANTS Cunningham, Regina Joseph, Dorothy Mitchell, Mary Dolores Sherry, Secretary Diane Jackson, Clerk Linda Henry, Part Time Secretary


SWITCH BOARD

Patricia Savage, Peg Lash, Switch Board Operators, Mrs. Dorothy E. Kacala, not shown

James Robinson, AI Howard, Stanley Howse, Nicholas Early

VA STAFF Alfred Howard, Coordinator Nicholas Early, Veterans Advisor Mary Patterson, Certification Clerk Patricia Chiffen, Secretary Worley Glen, V.A. Representative Larry Cox, V.A. Representative

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MAILROOM

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Joseph Clark, Mail Clerk Barnes. not ShOWil

MAINTENANCE

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CAFETERIA

AND SNACK BAR

Mr. Clarence Smith, Manager Food Services

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BOOKSTORE Service to the academic community is the prime goal of the bookstore. They are in constant pursuit of new ideas and methods to improve their service to the students, faculty, and staff of our college. Some of the more outstanding recent additions have been expanded casual reading paperbacks, expanded stock in art, engineering and photo supplies, and increased service in available used books for student purchase at a 25% savings to stretch the textbook dollar. Our award winning bookstore is proud to share with you the great respect it enjoys with many other bookstores in the state and nation.

James Ollie, employee; Walter Speer

Helen Watts, Accounting Clerk

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Linda Hendricks, cashier; Connie Crum; not pictured.


The Early C~ildhood Learning ter is many things; from a Human Cen C. R lations Laboratory to a ommuruty Reesource. One of the basic goals of th Early Childhood Learning is to r~vide an environment for children Pf student-parents that promotes edu~tional, emotional and social development.

In addition, it is a means by which parents can be involved in decisions that affect the lives of their children. Parents' intellectual growth is supported by other parents and the staff and new awareness is gained about relevant issues affecting day care. As a resource to the college it is par excellent. Students from various departments do placement work here. Some departments give presentations to the children. Students from Dietary Tech, Dental Assistance and the Speech Department are but a few who use the Early Childhood Learning Center in this mmner. In the community at large, Early Childhood Learning Center's worth is felt. Trainees from The Society for the Blind have done visual screening. Center staff members have prepared and presented workshop materials on the development of campus child care. Past parents have taken skills learned into their communities. Early Childhood Learning Center makes good things happen to "small packages" as it offers children comprehensive growth and development opportunities and serves as a unique resource to parents, students and the community.

DAY CARE CENTER STAFF Ruth Steinbrunner - Teacher Coordinator Betty L. Harris - Parent Coordinator Frances H. Turner - Director Elaine Pawlikowski - Teacher Marcella Scott - Teacher Joe Harrison, Jr. - Teacher-in-Training Barbara Williams - Secretary

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CAMPUS MINISTRIES The presence of Newman (Roman Catholic), Hillel (Jewish). University Christian Movement (Protestant), and Dar-UI-Islam (Moslem) ministries on campus provide a number of services such as counseling, teaching and other programming for students, faculty and staff. The search for truth in the academic setting would be incomplete without a serious exploration of the religious dimensions of our lives. These ministries seek to keep the religious portion of the search before the campus scene.

Rev. Tom Watkins

Sister Juanita

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Ms. Carolyn Olds

Brother Les Leach


LIBRARY The Metropolitan Campus Library has been established to provide students and faculty with the materials needed to implement and supplement the classroom Ie arming experience. Fundamental to this objective is recognition of the fact that to further the learning process effectively, the Library's collection of materials must reflect the diversity of the student body and the range of abilities and learning styles to be found in such a group. All types of material, in any form, must be acquired and organized to meet student and faculty learning, teaching and informational needs. Library services and programs to accompany and interpret the materials collection are designed to be in harmony with and to support student aspirations and college goals.

LIBRARY STAFF Margaret Barren Gorman Duffet Russell Duino Dolores Foster Honey Jackson Patricia Johnson Beverly O'Hara Barbara Simpson Christine Terebieniec

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FACULTY

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Mr. Sal Gumina, Mathematics

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Mrs. Ruth E. Solis, Foreign Languages


FACULTY

Mr. Michael Y. Bailis, Mental Health Technology

Mrs. Eleanor N. Fromer, Early Childhood Education

Dr. Gertrude Alpern, Political Science

Mrs. Emily Miklis, Accounting

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FACULTY

Mr. Lester W . Kale, Engineering Technology

Mr. Keith W. Gilmour, Engineering T

Mr. Norman O. Prange, English Mr. Mark Ludwig, Behavioral Sciences

Mrs. Isabelle B. Anderson, Dietetic Technology

Mr. Arthur M. Taliaferro, Law Enforcement Coordinator

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Mr. Ralph H. Starling, Beha vioral Sciences

Mr. Ronald M. Sobel, Dept. Head Behavioral Sciences

Mrs. Frances L. Rebman, Dietetic Technology

Dr. Daniel M. Holmgren, History, Political Science

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Dr. Lenore V. Buford, Dept. Head Foreign Languages

Mr. Robert Banks, Physical Science

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Mr. Clyde A. Randall, Dept. Head Data Processing I

Mr. Michael Kirlik, Political Science

Mr. Stephen R. Sasala, Speech; Mrs. Elizabeth K. Lang, Speech: Mr. Richard J. Browning, Speech; Ms. LaVerne Curtis, Speech ; Dr. Elliott Zinner, Speech


FACULTY

Mrs. Be ttie Baker, Political Science; Mr. Stanley J . Klosek, Comm. Learning Center

Dr. Raymond D. Elish, Behavioral Sciences

IrISs Charlene Moskal, Theatre Arts

Mr. Ulysses Glen, Journalism Ms. Rose Mary Prosen, English

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FAC ULT Y

Dr. Theron F. Eddy, Law Enforcem ent

Mrs. Carol A. Gerding , Biology

Dr. George H. Faust, History


Mrs. Edith O. Brashares, History and Political Science

Sr. Joan M. Zinn, Physical Sciences

Mr. Ro bert W. Sexton, Business Administration

Mr. George N. Plavac, Business Administration

Mrs. Hortense J. Rush, Office Administration

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Mr. Lowell Mr. Darl E. Ault, Bus. Adm. , Dr. Fred C. Sutton, Ind. Manag. Tech., A. Watkins , Bus. Adm.

Dr. Alice W. Wilson, Behavioral Sciences

Mr. Joseph F. Gallo, Accounting

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FACULTY

Mr. Marcus o. Hendershott, Biology

Dr. David P. Shriver, History

Mr. Charles L. Broski, Dept. Bead Physical Education .

Dr. R.ichard M. Watzulik, Music

Mr. Wilbert Nichols, History

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FACULTY

lvir. Jack O. Porter, Mathematics

Mr. David M. Humphreys, English

Ms. Marian T. Kresl, Data Processing

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Mr. John S. Coleman, Business Administration


Mr. Thomas G. Riggle, Mathematics

Mrs. Margaret J. Fabry, Mathematics

Ms. Dorothy C. Salem, Behavioral Sciences

Mr. Ralph E. Loewe, English; Rev. Jim LaRue, Compo World Religion; Mr. Richard N. Meadows, Dept. Head Performing Arts and Philosophy

Mr. Raymond P. Ackley, English

Mr. Robert C. Banks, Physical Science; Mrs. Helen K. Jefferson, Med. Assist., Med. Lab. Tech.

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FACULTY

Mrs. Margaret R. Taber, Engineerihg Technology --~w~~r~~n=I~

Mr. David E. Anderson, Data Processing

Mr. John M. Harbert, Biology

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Dr, .Bella Wang, Mathematics

Mr. Lynn John David Thomas, English

FACULTY

\1s. Ruth P. Lott, Sociology

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Ms. Julia A. Harding, Dept. Head English

Mrs. Faye Jones Chavers, Behavioral Sciences

tVliss Theresa M. Offenberger, Med. Lab Programs

Mrs. Walter H . Administration

Johnson,

Business


Mrs. Lois P. Mack, M.A., C.L.A., M.L.T. Programs

Ms. Sammie T. Cox, Allied Health Science

Mrs . Jerline S. Dixon, . . BIOlogy

Mrs. Frances M. Chitwood, English

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Ms. Pat Karbs, Allied Health

Miss Theresa M. OfTenberger, Med. Assist / Med. Lab Programs

Mrs. Eunice Johnson , Allied Health Counselor

Mr. Jim Mangan, Political Science

,Miss Charlene Moskal, Theatre Arts

Mr. Thomas P. Lightbody, Philosophy


CAMERA SHY Derrill Dalby, Audio Visual Technology Edwin Chamberlain, Psychology Fay-Ty;er Norton, Psychology Andrew Pickup, Psychology Jane Stormer, Psychology Mark Lewine, Social Science James Smith, Psychology John Lehrer, Sociology Harold Gaines, Sociology Jacqueline Saunders, Early Childhood Ed. Terrence Burke, English Anita Ehrlich, English John Elve, English Raymond Fredman, English Robert Jansey, English Michael LaQuatra, English Lawrence Luck, English Ronald Marthia, English Robert McDonough, English George McFall, English Mary Nolin, English David Skwire, English Helena Thom, English Gladys Trace, English Richard Parrish, Geography Ronald Weiner, History Mary Lou Conlin, Comm. Learning Center Leatrice Emeruwa, English Frances Franklin, Comm. Learning Center Dorothy Merchant, Comm. Learning Center Barbra Simpson, Library Service Gorman Duffett, Library Service Pamela Reeves, Library Service Dorothy Johnson, Library Technology Lowell Cannon, Mathematics Curtis Gooden, Mathematics Patricia Majczenko, Mathematics Hazel Murray, Mathematics Samuel Spero, Mathematics Eva Vinson, Mathematics Donald L. Hoyt, Mental Health Tech. Enid Klain, Mental Health Tech. David Haberman, Art Gary Heider, Art Richard Karberg, Art Gerald Kramer, Art Evelyn Boyd, Music John Cox, Music John McLellan, Philosophy Peter Dusek, Phys. Ed. Patricia Gorman, Phys. Ed. Estus Newberry, Phys. Ed. Alex Newberry, Phys. Ed. Alex Rubin, Phys. Ed. Carter Waite, Phys, Ed. Gary Klein. Biology

Mary Jane Burge, Biology Joseph Clovesko, Biology Timothy Gaskin, Biology Terry Greathouse, Biology Cullen Johnson, Biology Edward Lukacevic, Biology Jack Miller, Biology William Preston, Biology Donald Wheeler, Biology Allan Etling, Earth Science Genevieve Cahoon, Health Ed. Robert Kruse, Health Ed. James Ludwig, Health Tech. Leon Reynolds, Chemistry Bruce Whann, Chemistry Fred Gram, Chemistry James Campbell, Data Processing Robert Jameson, Data Processing Betty Jane Richardson, Data Processing Carl Zander, Data Processing Barbra Schnurr, Dental Hygiene Marcia Anderson, Dental Hygiene Gina Buckey, Dental Hygiene Joanna Garrett, Dental Hygiene Louis Spronz, Dental Hygiene Sara Wilder, Dietary Tech. Lynn Bel~ Engineering Tech. John Brown, Arch. & Cons. Eng. Tech. Edmund Ulrich, Arch. & Cons. Eng. Tech. Cornellius Scheffer, Elect.-Electronic Eng. Tech. Eugene Silgalis, Elect.-Electronic Eng. Tech. Frank Tedeschi, Elect.-Electronic Eng. Tech. Robert Kiepura, Eng. Tech. Thomas O'Brien, Mech, Eng. Tech. Alfred Penko, Mech, Eng. Tech. Kermit Lindstrom, Gen. Business Harvey Brown, Accounting Kenneth Killen, Transp. & Purchasing Frederic Luthy, Accounting Richard Shapiro, Bus. Administration Muriel Shear, Accounting Nicholas Siropolis, Bus. Administration Kathryn Gardner, Hosp. Manag. Alfred Fricke, Hosp. Manag. Gary Law, Hosp, Manag. Eldon Lawson, Hosp. Manag. Carolie Korosi, Med. Records Tech. Marilyn Wells, Med. Records Tech. Susan Hahan, Occup. Therapy Asst. Margaret Mulac, Occup. Therapy Asst. Marian Colman, Office Administration Lovid Qwens, Office Administration Elaine Ingram, Office Administration Margaret Forker, Phys. Therapy Asst. Kathleen Devine, Phys. Therapy Asst. 57


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STUDENT ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR

'Miss Sandra Saio, Student Activities Secretary

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Fred Wheatt, Advisor, Earline Smith, Advisor (not shown)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Ms. Nancy Harrington, Assist. Director Student Activities

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GRAPHICS LAB The main function of the graphics lab is to produce posters and signs zafor the Student Activities Depart ment, Chartered Student Organi all for made are Posters ments. Depart s tions, and Student Service reclub s, cement announ g meetin club ; significant events on campus cruitment posters, club event advertising, Artist and Lecture Series and Posters and flyers, Program Council event posters, Ethnic Heritage other Some ations. Present Arts e Theatr and Black Affairs Depart ments, services provided by the Student Activities Graphics Lab include photography, photo processing, creative art and graphic compositions and silk screen printing.

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GAMES

ROOM In between your classes? If you would like some entertainment, a place to relieve your mind of frustrations, somewhere where you can really enjoy yourself, try CCC's Metro Games Room. You'll have the opportunity to play pool, ping pong, air-hockey, foos-ball, bowling and several pin ball machines. Most of all you'll have variations of musical entertainment from our "Pimp" the juke box. Also once a year the Games Room offers each and every student the privilege of participating in the tournaments consisting of billiards for men women and ping pong for male and female. The head of the department, Mr. Jesse Boiner, and his student assistants cordially invite each and every student to the Games Room facilities.

Mr. Jesse Boiner, Garnes Room Supervisor

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OMBUDSMAN

Mr. Fred C. Jenkins

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Mrs. Bessie Cuff

HEALTH SERVICES

Mrs. Alice Saal R.N.

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE BOARD

Terry Hubbard, Executive Board

Ken Marshall, Executive Board

OPEN LETTER TO STUDENT BODY When someone asks you "What is student government?", tell them that it is the one and only officially recognized representative body of students on campus. It is comprised of students who are dedicated to the proposition of representing the total student populace. It was not designed to be a particularly easy task nor do we of Student Government expect anything less than opposition from all sides. When there is a question of Student's rights vs. Instructor's rights we should be there; when there is a question of administrative policy vs. student demands we will be there; wherever there is a question involving student interest, Student Government as the official representatives of the students, will have major input to a great degree. It should be pointed out however that any student government is only as effective as its constituency will allow. The more interested the student body, the more effective the student government. Plain and simple. It would be ostentatious of Student Government to say that we will provide a prescription of cure for all the ills that are prevalent in this institution. However we will try to establish a formula of working together wherever, whenever and with whomever it becomes necessary to obtain a positive result for the betterment of the general Student Body. Student Government

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SENATE OFFICERS

Ray Robinson, Senate Chairman

Leon Goins, Chairman Program Council

Frank Whatley, Vice Chairman

Maria Villicana, Secretary

Cornell Bey, Treasurer

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SENATORS

T. S. Peric

Koku Winston

Vanessa Hudson

Sears Robinson

Louis Patterson

路fony Luke

Warren Hart

Tommy Jackson

Florence Reynolds


CAMPUS COMMITIEES ARTS AND LECTURES Leon Goins Marlene Arrington CAMPUS FACILITIES Leon Goins COND UCT COMMITTEE Frank Mahnic Jr. Maria Villican Ken Marshall Ida Scott Louis Patterson VETERANS SER VICES Sears Robinson Warren Hart BUCK AFFAIRS ADVISORY Mary Thomas Terry Hubbard FOOD SER VICES Larry Clark BUDGET AND CAMPUS PROCEDURES Gwen Joyner Frances Miller Sears Robinson Frank Mahnic Jr. (vice-chairperson) Louis Patterson HUMA N RELA TIONS Eloise Turner Marilyn Heddrick Dallas Sweeney Diane Avsec Cornell Bey (vice-chairperson) EDUCA TIONAL PROGRAM AND DESIGN T. S. Peric (vice-chairperson) Brenda Blackwell Terry Gilleam Sears Robinson Herman Harris COMMUNITY RELATIONS Marlene Arrington Carlton Banks Ken Marshall Warren Hart (vice-chairperson)

SELECTION OF DEAN OF COMMUNITY SER VICES Ken Marshall Carlton Banks Warren Hart ALLOCATIONS COMMITTEE Frank Mahnic Jr. Cornell Bey Dallas Sweeney Sears Robinson Leon Goins (vice-chairperson) CONSTITUTIONAL REVISIONS Frank Mahnic Jr. (chairman) Ken Marshall Sears Robinson Diane Avsec COMMENCEMENT COMMITTEE Ray Robinson Frank Mahnic Jr. Diane Avsec YEARBOOK COMMITTEE Frank Mahnic Jr. (chairman) Cindy Schultz T. S. Peric William A. Berry Eurice Leroy McDougall Ray Robinson Diane Avsec Janis M. Mason George Kocar Leon Goins MUNTU DRUM PUBLICATION Cedric Peebles Frank Whatley Dallas Sweeney SAFETY AND SECURITY Cornell Bey Leon Goins PLACEMENT ADVISORY Leon Goins STUDENT SERVICES ADVISORY Frank M!lhnic Jr. Ray Cayson Arthur Obleton Vanessa Hudson

DISTRICT COMMITIEES CALENDAR OF INSTRUCTION T. S. Peric

Vanessa Hudson CURRICULUM Frank Mahnic Jr. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Ray Robinson COMMUNITY ANALYSIS Terrance Hubbard FACILITIES Frank Mahnic Jr.

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THE COMMUTER

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Bob Deimling, Mr. Harold Fuson, T. S. Perie, Bob Corns, Mike Benya, Joe Thomas, Barnes


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Mr. Ulysses Glen, Advisor

George Kocar, Cartoonist


BLACK AFFAIRS The Department of Black Affairs provides students an opportunity to develop a deeper appreciation and understanding of the long neglected contributions and thoughts of African American, the causes and effects of racism in America add the cultural and historical heritage of the African civilization. The Department sponsors such course offerings as Black American Literature, Political Systems of Africa, African Aesthetics and Survey of the Black Press. The Department is also the publisher of The Muntu Drum, The Black Ascension Literary Magazine and The Ohio Black Studies Directory.

Booker T. Tall, Department Head

STAFF Director Assistant Director Chorale Director Advisor-Muntu Drum Adm. Secretary Secretary Receptionist Student Coordinator Coordinator College Scholarship Program Program Tutor / Counselor Editor Black Ascension Magazine

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- Booker T. Tall - Joseph R. Lynn . Joseph R. Lynn _ .jsses Glen - Grace E. Willis - Constance Sibert - Sharon Jones - William Roberson - Bernadine Dickenson - Mildred Ivory - Joyce Jefferson


ETHNIC HERITAGE

CENTER Up there, in the corner of the 4th floor Library, is the Ethnic Heritage Center. Unless you have participated in one of the many programs sponsored by the Ethnic Heritage Center, you may not have been aware of its existence. The purpose of the Ethnic Heritage Center is to promote Cuyahoga Community College to the community. This is accomplished by serving in a liason capacity with organized ethnic groups; promoting workshops for elementary and secondary students and their teachers on world problems; working with institutions on awareness of ethnicity; promoting ethnicity in on-going classes at CCC; recruiting students to CCC; maintaining a library on ethnicity; and presenting classes and lectures on ethnic awareness in the community.

Jane Nowakowski, Secretary

Ms. Diane M. Ruppelt, Asst Director, Eli Ferenchik, Director (not shown)

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W.E.M.e. SUPER 1160 W.E.M.e., the campus minded radio station, is made up of people interested in the college campus. Throughout the 1974-75 year W.E.M.e. supplied information and entertainment of Station 1160.

STAFF Wilbert Williams Anthony Roundtree Les Gaines Curtis Hill Ben Morgan Sharon Hull Alice Mendiola Diane Smith Tommy Jackson

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1974-75 TOP 40 1. Shining Star - Earth, Wind & Fire 2. Best of My Love - Eagles 3. Dance The Kung Fu - Carl Douglas 4. Angie Baby - Helen Reddy 5. Can I Count On You? - Barbara Hull 6. Mandy - Barry Manilow 7. We're Almost There - Michael Jackson 8. Philadelphia Freedom - The Elton John Band 9. Satin Soul - The Love Unlimited Orchestra 10. Anything You Want - A Foot In Cold Water 11. Shakey Ground - The Temptations 12. Nobody - Doobie Brothers 13. Shoe Shine Boy - Eddie Kendricks 14. Don't Call Us, We'll Call You - Sugarloaf 15. I Am Love - Jackson Fice 16. The Thrill Of It All - Roxy Music 17. I Get Lifted - George McCrae 18. Can't Stop The Music - Daryl Hall / John Oates 19. Tell Me Something Good - Rufus 20. Put Out The Light - Joe Cocker 21. Jive Turkey - Ohio Players 76

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Lady Conducter - Cherry Opera So Very Hard To Go - Tower a Power I Don't Like To Sleep Alone - Paul Anka Boogie On Raggae Woman - Stevie Wonder The Guitar Man - Bread Lady Marmalade - LaBelle Hijack - Herbie Mann LOVE - Al Green Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyrd Love Don't You Go Through No Changes On Me Sister Sledge 32. The Bitch Is Back - Elton John 33. Try To Believe Me - Ecstacy, Passion & Pain 34. Any Major Dude Will Tell You - Steely Dan 35. I Can't Go On - Truth 36. The Morning After - Maureen McGovern 37. The Hues Corporation - The Love Corporation 38. Melanie - Gino Cunico 39. Lovin' You - Minnie Ripperton 40. Pick Up The Pieces - A WB


Wilbert Williams

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Anthony Roundtree

Paris Williams

Curtis Hill

Anthony Emberson


OFFICERS Florence Reynolds Joe Harrison Peggy Sigler Jackie Turpin Gloria Robinson Booker T. Tall

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SHADES OF THE

INNER CITY

This organization deals with helping students become aware of current versatile fashions, the latest in makeup and etiquette, and promoting self help seminars. Shade of the Inner City put on seven fashions shows both on and otT campus this year and held three seminars of fashion trends

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DIETETIC TECHNOLOGY CLUB Any student enrolled in the Dietetic Technology Program is eligible for membership in the Dietetic Technology Club. The club provides studying and tutoring programs to its members and conducts field trips, seminars and workshops. During the year the 27 members collected clothes for the Salvation Army and donated 100 Christmas baskets to Phyllis Wheatley Golden Agers. Dietetic Technology Club was presented with the Service Club of the Year Award.

Allen Ruth Cheeks; treasurer, Rosalind Towns; secretary, Teresa Clark; president

Mary Kay Stormer, Debbie Wootin, Nuria Gonzalez, Renee Thomas, Carolyn Woodfork, Mary Hruby, Angela Brown, Mrs. Frances Redman, advisor.


HONOR SOCIETY The Honor Society of Tri-C Metro honors those students who have completed 45 quarter hours. 30 of which are at Tri-C. with a GPA of 3.5 or better.

John Bush, John Rainey, Eileen Thompson, Ronert Lazor


INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION

International students at Tri-C join with American students interested in International Affairs to bring flavor of the world's cultures to the Metro Campus. The students at Metro, representing about :;~ different nations, have developed a strong kinship, which will continue Wh:.>n each returns to his homeland greatly enriched by his or her American experience. Students with other than an American heritage are encouraged to join the association, and American students with international interests may also enjoy associate membership.

Magdelena Reyes, Rita Manuel, Achinta Bhattacharya, Carlos Velez, Lisbeth Sosa, Flor Argueta, Esko Kiuru, John Rainey, Advisor: Mrs路 Evelyn Rusk


Grover Key, Joseph Virzi, Nicholas Early Jr., Herman Har:rls, Jerry H. Thomas, Jerald Sims

OFFICERS Nicholas Early Marcelle Neville Larry Laub Benjamin Morgan

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CHI GAMMA IOTA FRATERNITY The purpose of Chi Gamma Iota is to service the fraternity, Tri-C and the community; coordinate academic and social activities for prior servicemen and to provide assistance and liason between members and Veteran's Administration. During the past year the fraternity sponsored a Christmas party at the VA Hospital and held a program dealing with problems of Vietnam veterans.

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PERFORMING ARTS GUILD The Performing Arts Guild attempts to broaden and improve the minds and bring together all forms of visual performing arts. They show, display, and sell student works of art within the metropolitan community.

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INDOCHINA PEACE CAMPAIGN

The IPC educates the students, faculty and staff about the Vietnamese people through literature tables, films, slide shows, and speakers. Anyone in agreement with IPC's purpose is eligible for membership.

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TRI-C ISSHIN-RYU KARATE DO CLUB The Isshin-Ryu Karate Club studies different styles and ongms of Karate. The members are trained in the art of Isshin-Ryu Karate for physical development and contest sport.

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BALLESTRA LUNGERS The Ballestra Lungers promote interest in the art of fencing on campus, encourage fencing as a competitive sport, and provide instruction and assistance to all students.

Phillip Hunter, J. Johnson, D. Smith, K. Biggert, D. Robinson, J. Hart, F. Sims, I. GUnter, W. Dismon

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James Price, David Lemon, Debbie Glady, Mary Ann Beuhner, Jim Budka, Achinta Bhattacharya, Mike Gyerman, Luis Garcia, Robert Sanders, Harry Huebner, Robert Fratcher, Portia Weatherall, Michael Barnosky, Theorpthia Warren, Ralph Puro, Norman Jones, Susan Biggins, Linda Horschler, Dorothy Johnson, R. D. Jameson, Raymond Eyring, Dennis Gerrity, Sandra Roundtree, Leonard Morgan, Norman Fromm

DATA PROCESSING STUDENT ASSOCIAnON John Martin Mary Ann Buehner Linda Horschler Debbie Glady

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PHI BETA LAMBDA Phi Beta Lambda helps students develop strong, aggressive leadership so they may participate more effectively in the future business and community life of which they are an integral part. It provides the members with an additional prestige credential when applying for a job.

OFFICERS

Cornell Bey Elizabeth Renfroe Gloria Langford Patricia James Elaine Ingram

Cornell Bey, Lavetta Davis, Linda Brown, Dianna Mobley, Rosalind Chambers, Maynard Greene

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SKI CLUB The Ski Club provides ski instruction opportunities and encourages students to work together in hopes that they will be able to harvest the many fulfillments which can be derived from skiing, such as: self accomplishment, exercise, a healthy competitive attitude, inter-racial activity, environmental appreciation and a successful social interaction.

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RADIO CLUB The Radio Club promotes interests of all CCC Metro students regarding radio and television.

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PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANTS CLUB

The Physical Therapist Assistants Club promotes a better understanding of the role of the Physical Therapist Association and his obligations to himself, his patients, and to the community in which he works. As a club they do their best to establish a harmonious relationship between their members and to promote active participation in servicing the community and college.

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The Winter Sports Club organizes, promotes, and encourages student participation in the learning and developing of skills and safety techniques of winter sports. Also, to incorporate students that can perform these sports, to enjoy, compete and instruct those who cannot. During the winter the members had two, week long ski trips to Cocaigne Ski Area and Mt. Ste Anne, Quebec. During the spring members enjoyed horseback riding and canoeing on the Maumee.


THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS WERE NOTABLE TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED

CINEMA CLUB HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION JUNIOR ANERICAN DENTAL HYGIENIST ASSOCIATION NEWMAN COMMUNITY NURSING STUDENT ASSOCIATION YOUNG SOCIALIST ALLIANCE

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The Student Program Council, a part of Student Government, plans and implements events and activities pertaining to the social, cultural and recreational aspects of campus life.


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1974-75 PROGRAMS MO VIES Chinese Connection Fritz The Cat Tales From The Crypt Slaughterhouse Five Fists of Fury Clockwork Orange Night of the Living Dead The Sting Get Away SPECIAL EVENTS Dance Marathon Queen's Cup Boat Race Beer Drinking Contest Sweetahearts Day Dance Contests Okterberfest Beer Parties SPEAKERS AND FINE ARTS Jane Fonda - Anti War Speaker

James Writht - Appalachian Poet Miguel Guzman - Puerto Rican Artist CONCERTS The Barkays Dragonwyck Cannonball Adderley Curse of Electric Messenger Joe DeJarnette New York Stock Exchange Electric Sounds Prism S.O.V.L. Tru Movement Bluestone Abbey Stone Creation Funky Brothers Inc. Lovers Lane Willie Phelps Band

ARTIST AND LECTURE COMMITTEE The Metro Campus Committee on Artist and Lectures provides a means whereby the several campus constituencies can interact to develop and appropriate Artist and Lecture Series for the Metro Campus. It has as its goal the development at a series of events which deal primarily with the cultural, artistic and humanistic interests of students, faculty and community.

Dr. K. Y. Lin - "Acupuncture" Carl Rowan Cannonball Adderley "Who Killed J. F. K.?" Dr. Grotz - "Human Aging" International String Quartet Frederick Storoska - "How To Say No To A Rapist And Survive" Synchronized Swimming Exhibition Dr. McIntyre - "Birth Defects and Genetic Counseling" "Aesops Falables"

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WELCOME ................. Mr Terrence Hubbard, Student Government INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS AND SPEAKER ... Mr . T.S. Peric SPEAKER .................... Mr. Robert L. Lewis Chairman, Cuyahoga Community College Board of Trustees AWARDS PRENSTATION PRESENTORS

AWARDS

Mr. Ulysses Glen ............. Mr. Booker Tall .............. Mr. Robert Banks ............. Miss Elaine Ingram ........... Mrs. Evelyn Rusk ............. Mrs. Gloria Robinson . ......... Mr. Art St. Clair ............ Mr. Larry Bivins ............. Mr. Leon Goins ..... . ......... Dr. Culbreth Cook ............

Journal ism Awards Club of the Year Service Organ. of the Year New Club of the Year Advisor of the Year Man of the Year Woman of the Year Outstanding Student Awards Program Council Awards Student Government Winners

Mr. Fred Perkins ............. Special Awards and Rema rks. Dinnec:

Immediately following ceremony. Please proceed to the buffet as your tab len umbe r i s ca I led. - DINNER ENTERTAINMENT Mrs. Jackie Allen

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Mrs. Gloria Robin son presenting Man of the Year Award

Terry Hubbard, Man of the Year

Frank Mahnic, Runner up Man of the Year

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WOMAN OF THE

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Art St. Clair Jr. presenting the "Women of the Year" award

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Diane Avsec, Woman of the Year

Joyce Jefferson, Runner-up Woman of the Year

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OUTSTANDING STUDENTS

OUTSTANDING STUDENTS Cornell Bey R ylin Burress Leon Goins George Kocar Ray Robinson Eileen Thompson

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CLUB OF THE YEAR Chi Gamma Iota

SERVICE ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR Dietetic Technology Club

NEW CLUB OF THE YEAR Women's Basketball

Booker Tall presenting "Club of the Year"

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TEAM Foster Douglas Lee Morrison Joseph Kusoglov David Stefandsky John Manganilla Dave Vogt James Skoch John Coleman, Coach

GOLF SCHEOULE

1975 1:00 P.M.

Thurs.

4·10-75 CCC·Western

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4·11·75 Buller Community College

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4·15·75 University Schoo!

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4·16·75 Lakeland Community College

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4·21-75 eeG-Western

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4·15·75 Schoolcraft Community College

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4·19-75 University School

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5·1-75 Smclair Community College Invitatioflal 11:00 A.M.

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5· 1·75 Lorain Community College

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5·7-75 Lakeland Community College

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5·10-75 Niagara Community College

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5·11·75 Sub-Regional TOUlnamenl at Lorain Community College

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5·19·75 Region 12 Tournament at Battle Creek, Michigan

Jun',5·8,1975

NjCAA National Toumament at Hutchinson, Kansas

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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Marilyn Henz Diane Delk Vanessa Hudson Cookie Cox Theresa Breckenridge

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FRONT: V. Fluharty, M. Cross, W. Bridges, H. Flowers, T. Hollis, J. Snodgrass, S. Robinson, BACK : Mary Lawerence. Mgr., M. Miller, R. Burress, R. Bennifie\d, C. Brooks, A. Houston, Steven Larry, Mgr., D. Greene, Head Coach

BASKETBALL

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GYMNASTICS

Joe Gura, Mike Eckhoff, Richard Kalivoda, Dave McCray, Peter Dusek, coach

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SOCCER

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FRONT: Jose Mungia, Jose Delgado, Edward Galindo, John Matheou, Angelo Ruggiero, Humberto Vivas, Luis Alvarado, BACK: Apostolos Leros, James Bass, Rogelio Urizar, Ivan Djukic, Walter Ciszkewycz, NOT PICTURED: Carlos Velez, Edgar Cuellar, George Frangou, Carlos Gonzales

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FRONT: Ken Kline, Jay Hunt, coach, Jimmy Turie, BACK: Ricky Smith, Doug Selecky, Don Williams, Rich King

WRESTLING Metro WON 30 24 42

17 25 45 WON WON 15

Ashland College Lorain College Niagara College Malone College CCC Western Akron Delta Jr. College Monroe Jr. College Lansing College Slippery Rock

Opp FORFEIT. 19 34 12 31 24 12

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R. Moss, coach; E. Stankiewicz, R. Bentz, G. Guido, W. Harrison, R. Polak, V. Fluharty, C. Capestrani, D. Malicki, J. Egan, P. Gallagher, P. Tiratto, M. Vidovic, H. Muncy, R. Wynn, T. Junius

BASEBALL

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TRACK

RECORD NOT AVAILABLE Roland Butler, Ralph Hale, Monroe Larkin, Kenny Lyons, not shown Vincent Burns, Andrew Maddox, Kermit Woolfolk, Larry Jackson

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Coach Waite, Mike Sampollock, Ricky Nelson, Rick Sutton, Wally Senny, Reed Wintering, Bill Brock, George Zahorsky

TENNIS

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Scoop Mitchell

Dr. Alex Rubins

PHYSICAL EDUCATION STAFF

Nancy Linn, Athletic Dept. Secretary

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Barb Scaggs

Lt:onard Hough

Pat Gonnan

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Jane Croft

Pete Dusek

Earl Whittington

Forestine Gardner

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CAST Each player takes several roles during the course of the performance. The roles that they are most readily identified with are:

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Mr. McGill .••••..•••••...•••••••••••.••.•• Donald Plagens Joe Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Calvin Levels Janey Williams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..

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Gertrude Marie Staple • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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CAST IN THE ORDER OF THEIR APPEARANCE EDDIE ••••••.•••..•.••••••••••••.••••••••• John Lehrer PREGNANT WOMAN •••••••••••••••.•••.•••••• Elaine Novak LARRY ••••.••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••• Kim McNamee ANNE MILLER ••••.•••••••••••••••••••• .- ••• Lenny Jacobs PAUL FRIEDMAN •.••••••••••••••••••.•••• Felton Richards THE WOMAN IN 4A ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Becky Lee JANET FRIEDMAN ••••••••••••.•••••••••••••.• Sallie Willis Tom Schode RICHARD MILLER ••••••••••.••••• _ ••••••••• 0

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GODSPELL A musical based upon The Gospel according to St. Matthew. with Claudia Conrad Susan Hughes

Jerry Sanders Dale Shields

Alan Kootsher Cal Yin Levels Gay Marshall

Kevin Sweeney Jane Van Bergen Diane Weaver

UNDERSTUDIES: Darlene Darby, Cynthia Payton, Leslie Vicario

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THE THEATRE ARTS DEPARTMENT

OF CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE presents

Leonard Melfi's BIRD BATH &

Israel Horowitz's THE INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX May 9, 10, 11, 16, 17 and 18 at 8:00 P.M.

CAST (Bird Bath) Velma Sparrow •••••••••••.•••••••.•.••••••••• Audrey Cobb Frank Basta •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Charles St. Clair

CAST (Indian Wants The Bronx) Indian Gupta ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• J ohn K. Vargo Joey •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Cal vin Levels Murph •••••••••••••., • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Charles Armen Bird Bath is produced by special arrangements with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. The Indian Wants The Bronx is produced by special arrangements with Random House, New York.

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"Love's Many Faces"

It has been said and I'll repeat Some think this world is really "neat" While others tired of toil and strife Say, "Oh, to live the easy life".

The father of a family Must be diversified, you see He must support and guide along Be firm and gentle, kind and strong.

The easy life has a happy sound In which peace and love and joy abound But pause a moment and you'll see Life's perspective in reality.

"Mother" she who's given life A tireless homemaker, mother, wife She cooks and sews and is the heart In creation, she has shared a part.

A siren wails through the dead of night Assuredly, it will be all right The policeman soon will "get his man' And have the situation well in hand.

Young and sure, the "hippie" utters. "Why can't all men live as brothers?" "Because my appearance is different, you see The scorn of man is loosed on me."

In sterile gown and brilliant light The doctor rights to save a life It matters not who the patient is Surely, his hand will be guided by "His".

"Let little children come to Me" Was the Lord Jesus fervent plea He did not from them ere' depart But spoke kind words and touched their hearts

And, too, the soldier fighting a war Perhaps, he is the boy next door Brought up to love his fellow man Must, soul-torn, kill as many he can.

So, too, must each man strive to see How instrumentive he can be In spreading peace and quelling hate Let's start today while it's not too late! by Eileen M. Thompson

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A Life I Live

I live a life of belief and hope No I don't drink, no I don't smoke. No need of drinking, trying to get high, No need of smoking to get cancer and die. No need of faking and pretending what I'm not Only thankful to God for whatever I've got. No need of singing only the blues Why not the spiritual if! do choose. I go to parties, skating and places, But I don't overdo it, come on let's face it. You're not to cool because you stay out all night You're just in the crowd, and they think it's right. You may think I'm crazy, or consider me a fool, But that's alright square, because in God's language I'M COOL. by Vanessa Hudson

I am thinking of you now and will be tomorrow, I am thinking of the happiness and not of the sorrow. I think of you when you are here and when you are there, My memories are so many I have some to share. So since you won't join me to help me share, Just stay where you are and I will continue to care. I think of you all the time but what good does it do, My thoughts are just memories and can't cuddle up to you. by S. Forte Jr.

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A Poem About Dr. King

If I could make his dream come true, These are some of the things that I would do: I would let things go lacking in my life, To help rid this world of hate and strife. I must contact the old and young, For the work I've started just begun. This work must grow bigger day by day, As the years go by you can truthfully say:

It was my desire to help make a better way.

I would go down to the lowest pit, To help my brother so they can be fit. Fit to live their life at best, And help put some others mind at rest. If I could make his dream come true, I would go to the slums and this I would do: I would tear down the slum houses, and build them new, This would be the beginning of a dream come true. I'd strive hard to make all things free, Yet some of my brothers think this shouldn't be. They should search their hearts with out and in, And then will they see that we want to be their friend. So don't sit around with nothing to do, Come join me to make a dream come true. These are some of the things you and I can help do. by S. Forte Jf.

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asphalt - time perspective

seems only yesterday some folks had no work, had no hope played numbers, ate, drank, stayed back and sang them blues 'bout being kings and queens tomorrow seems early this morning some folks saw the light, hid their fright walked that walk, ducked them blows, found some hope and chanted their prayers 'bout we shall over come some day bet round about midnight some folks'11 have so much work, so much hope playing a new gambling game, getting ready to eat, drink, dance and sing we's born agin / we's raised up high/ be kings and queens this time tom morrow Reprinted from Black Girl, Black Girl Copyright 1972 by Leatrice Emeruwa

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Take Time To Laugh

Take time to laugh I told my man one day 'cause - blew all the coins on a bad dress - I knew we couldn't pay. Take time to laugh lady you sure done gone stone nuts When I'm working in that iron house Busting all my strength and guts. Take time to laugh We both laugh like mad F or we knew that loving didn't come easy and loving each other was the only good way we had. Take time in living with each givin' more meaning to our laughter When things go wrong as hell and laughin' we both could hear a bell. For laughter makes most things beautiful, when walls start caving in While we're laughin' Couldn't we try just a little bit of living together again. Amelia (Bunny) Townsend

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"Brotherhood In Perspective" Sometimes, in the quiet ci the night I ponder with perplexity men's plight My contemplation soon reveals The thoughts my saddened heart conceals. Why, in this age of innovation When moon-trips are the big sensation Is brotherhood oft' an unknown word Tho many voices have been heard. Which speak out in defense of others Urging men to live as brothers Too many times these words and tears Fall on hardened hearts and unhearing ears. The issues of race and equality By some, aren't thought of seriously Problems such as segregation Poverty, and human degredation. Are passed off as of no concern Oh, when will people learn That human life must be protected Let's put priorities in perspective. It's fine to send men into space With foreign countries, we'll keep pace Oh, yes, we'll give out foreign aid For super-highways, our taxes we've paid. However, does it not seem senseless Not to help those too defenseless To alleviate their lot It's ironical, is it not? In protesting this inhumanity We're all God's children in society! Let us, each one, raise their voice To show that mankind has a choice. by Eileen M. Thompson

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ON ALL WORKS PRINTED IN THIS BOOK

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THEATRE STAFF

Mr. Richard N . Meadows, Dept. Head Performing Arts

Mrs. Pamela Crockett. Theatre Asst.

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Mr. Michael Latham, Technical Director

Miss Charlene Moskal, Asst. Professor Performing Arts


COUGAR STAFF Editor-In-Chief Associate Editor Photo Editor Copy Editor

Frank Mahnic Jr. Cindy Schultz Ray Robinson T. S. Peric

Business Manager Artist Photographer Staff Asst.

Diane Avsec George Kocar Bill Berry Janis M. Mason

Advisor

Nancy R. Harringtt:m

Frank Mahnic Jr., Editor-In-Chief

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Janis S. Mason

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Cindy Schultz

Ray Robinson

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COMMENCEMENT AND GRADUATES

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Cuyahoga Community College

Metropolitan Campus

Commencement Sunday afternoon, ~une fifteenth

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Metropolitan Campus Qymnasium 2900 Community College Avenue

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PROGRAM Processional • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • :'Pomp i,nd Circumstance"

by Sir Edward Elgar Invocation • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Most Rev. William M. Cosgrove

Auxiliary Bishop, Cleveland Diocese "America the Beautiful"• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mr. Jos eph Lynn by S. Ward and K. Bates Assistant Director

Black Affairs Department Dr. David Stevenson Campus President

Introduction of Dr. No len Ell i son College President

Mr. Frank Mahnic, Jr. Member, Student Government Executive Board

Remarks by Student Representative

Remarks by Faculty Representative ••••••• Ms. LaVerne Curtis

Assistant Professo r Speech Department Introduction of Graduates • • • • • • • • • • • • Mr. Gorman L. Duffett .

Associate Professor L ibrary Services Presentation of Honor Graduates • • • • • • • . . . • • • Dr. Stevenson Presentation of Candidates for Graduation ••••••• Dr. Stevenson Awarding of Degrees • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Dr. Rob ert Lewis

Chairman, Board of Trustees Benediction

••••••••• ••• • ••• R everend John T. Weeden President, Cleveland Baptist Ministers Conference

Recessional

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • "We've Only Ju st Begun"

by Paul Williams and Roger Nichols RECEPTION TO FOLLOW IN COURTYARD

GRADUATION COMMITTEE Ms. Diane Avsec, Ms. Johnni e Mae Henderson, Mr. Te.rry Greathouse Mr. Frank Mahnic, Jr., Mr. Ray Robinson

MARSHALLS Mr. Lester W. Kale and Mr. J ohn L. Lawson

ORGANIST Ms. Vickie Crawford

ANNOUNCERS Mr. Stephen R. Sasala, Ms. Ruth Loll

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Charlotte L. Adams Angela Albright Vicki C. Alford Marian M. Alvarez

Vennie Arnold Diane Avsec

Gaynell Avery Mary L. Bacon


Sister Kathleen Barnes Bette Beasley

William R. Bass Hontensia Beceara

Alphonso Bates Odessa M. Beck Aljandro Miquel Bey Edward F. Board

Anna C. Batocki Joseph H. Dumus-Bex Frederick L. Bickerstaff Maria I. Boss

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John P. Brahney Betty J. Brazil Teresa Breckenridge Gertrude A. Bronson

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Angela Brown Robert T. Bruno Carlie A. Burrell Marianne Byrne


Lorretta G. Carter Allen Ruth Cheeks Palmer G . Chin Maria Ciobotary

Eugenia Collier Carmen Colon Karen L. Craighead Helen J. Crenshaw

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Marko Ciritovic Geraldine Clay Josie B. Clark George W. Cleggett

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Anna L. Crook Eugene Crump James E. Davis Roger J. DennerU

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Edna J. Ducan Samuel Eatman

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Carl Femc Clara Finley

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Thomas Foy Robert C. Fratcher


Donna M. Freeman Bernard Gates Alex Gates Joan A. Gibson

Sandra K. Gifford Duane Gilmor Ben Gratten Dennis P. Griffin

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Ronda K. Harris Portia Harris Herman Harris Jasper M. Harrison

Joe Harrison Frank P. Hart Robert E. Hatcher Tyrone Hawkins

Kenneth N. Henderson Verdun Hill Dale R. Hof Delores J . Holloway


Charlotte D. Holmes Timothy A. Homolak Gail Hoover June C. Howard

Terrence M. Hubbard Ruby Hurd Ted M. Hruschak Richard Irwin

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Myra J. Ivory Mattie Jackson

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Roy J. Jackson Dorothy Johnson

Beatrice Jones Cecil C. Jones Geraldine Jordon Palmira A. Jurevicius

Michael C. Kalal Maria I. Kalnoky Christine Kaminski Tom Keklik


Mathew F. Kritzer Nicholas R. LaBanc

Marge Kempf Joseph Kendrick Maria Kilbane Walter Kirksey

Thermutis J. Lawrence Virginia H. Leadbetter

Esko A. J. Kivru George F. Kocar Shirley S. Kowalski Gary C. Krasuna

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Mary Jo Loren Bruce A. Love

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Karen A. Lucas Frank Mahnic Jr.

Theodore Mallias Lynn Mandock

Kenneth Marshall Diane Martin


Melvin A. Lebowitz Lavonna M. Lee

Onitto D . Levert Martin Levy

Joe Lewis Loretta Lewis

Dorthea J. Lewis John M. Lewis

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Joyce Mathis Yvonne McClain Victoria 1. McConnell Daisey M. McCorkle

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Eurice Leroy McDougall III Karen S. McEldowney Sandra Y. McFarlane James B. McMillian


George Moore Theresa E. Morgan Carole S. Murphy Michael A. Nicholson

Agnes C. Miller Barbra Minnis Caroline Mi tchell Benjamin Mitchell

WiUiam Meadows Nadine S. Metcalf

Lanny B. Moldovan Deborah Montgomery Fletcher Montgomery Georgia M. Moon

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Marcel J. Nevillee Elvira Y. Newberry Katie L. Norris Dorothy Olenick

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Larry Orosz Thomas F . Painter Salvatore Paolucci Wesley Patterson

Cedric D. Peoples T. S. Peric Janak Haj. Phanot Joyce Pickens

Earlene Pickett Angela A. Pinzone Robert J. Plascak Valeria C. Price


Mary F. Prochaska Susan M. Puskas Joe W. Radke John K . Rainy

Georgia M. Ramsey Pauline Reid Mary L. Reed Patrica A. Reese

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Glenn L. Reuse Rayetta M. Ritchie

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William H. Ritz Ray Robinson

Mary E. Rollins Kay F. Rufus Dennis M. Rusnak Evelyn M . Upchurch

Lawrence Sanchez Ceril SeIan Emma L. Sellers Robin P. Shurp


John P. Sukis Malinda F . Starks

Ruby L. Sims Olivia Singleton WiUiam Singelton Bertha M. Simmons

Janice M. Steele Joseph J. Sterle

Betty L. Slonaker Beverly A. Smith Sarah Spenser Pamela L. Sprengle

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Olivia D. Stevens Yvonne Stewart Carrie Stokes Lisa G . Stokes

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Barbra D . Story Celia M. Stovall Margaret A. Strode Eunice M. Swanson


Diana T. Szalay Willie Tate J r. Margaret L. Taylor Robert H. Thomas

Valerie J. Thomas Brent F. Tobin Rosiland D. Towns Laura Townsend

Eleanor Tuber James E. Tufts Walter D. Tufts Jacqueline Turpin

Wayne A. Vanleer Elisabeth VanLier Susan N. VonDeran Carolyn Walker

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Edward L. Walker Roxy Washington Harvey P. Wasserman Desiree J. Watson

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Amy L. Webb

Betty J. West Teola Whitehead Lois D. Wiggens


Claudene Williams John C. Williams

Myrna J. Williams James F. Williams

Ozzie D. Williams Willie G. Wilson

Norma J. Wilson Linda L. Winter

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Carolyn D. Woodfork Mozetta Woods Debbie M. Wooten Carol A. Workman

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Mary A. Worthen Alzada Wright Ethel P. Young Mathias J. Zolnay

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Josef Zomber Bruno Zottola

Copeland H. Bowers Hilmore Lee

Helen Sellers

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A Yearbook can be many things. It can be big, it can be small, it can cry, it can laugh. I feel that this years' Cougar is more than just a Yearbook. " Getting it all together" represents a gathering of ideas and concepts. The 1974-75 Cougar tells a very unique story. It tells the story of a Community College. One may look back through the Cougar and feel he or she was involved in everything that happened or took place throughout the 1974-75 year. A unique College such as Cuyahoga Community College, has also a unique student body, faculty , and administration. We feel that each and everyone of these unique individuals have been included in some way in this year's Cougar. The endeavor of producing a yearbook of such a character and personality that the Cougar does possess is most challenging. This years Cougar staff did accomplish this task. Although small in number they were very big in determination. Cindy, there aren't enough words to express my appreciation for all the time, energy, and effort you provided to this Yearbook. You were the main part of the staff. You're the " Greatest". Ray, Thanks for all the hours in the dark room and for not saying no every time I would ask for another print. Diane, A more efficient Business Manager simply does not exist. Big George, There is no doubt in my mind that your art work is the best thank you for providing all the versital drawings which helped to make the Cougar so unique. Bill, you were great. When I needed that special photograph you'd rush out to get it. You were the reason we were able to cover everything. Tom, I wish you would have stayed around for the finish. Thanks wherever you are. Janis, Every staff has someone to take care of the odds and ends. You were there. Thanks Nancy, An Editor could not ask for and receive any more than I did. When you were needed you were there. What more could a staff ask for. You were our support. Thanks Loads. John, No yearbook or staff should be without you. You and your company were absolutely the greatest.

~fit&nJt YJt~~ )1Frank Mahnic Jr. Editor, 1974-75 Cougar

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