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KAY ATONHSERADOGENHTI is a publication of the student representative council of mohawk college. gary treusch, editor; patrick walsh, photography ed.; terri atkinson, layout ed.; bob kinoshita, sports ed.; tony grega, advertising mgr.; tom lawn, sales mgr.; gail mulholland, business mgr.


CROWNING OF FROSH QUEEN AT THIGH-HIGH DANCE


SOCCER CHAMPS

FRONT: Steve Pruski, Phys.Ed.; Paul Gryn, Jovo Bucalo, George DeSousa, Mal Smith, Jim King, Ray Trevisan, Doug Desforge, Mgr.; Wes Hicks, Phys.Ed. BACK: Ron Robertson, Coach; Hank Don, Ed Campbell, Keith Greaves, Joe Laczko, John Romak, Dominic Zeffiro, Jim Parks, Adrian Bick, George Zygmuntowicz, Joe Meekie, Mgr.; Gerry Dunsford, Coach. ABSENT : Paul Tomason, Albert Anderson, Frank Serallegri, P.R.


FRONT: Henry Romanowisi, Co-Capt.; Daryl Bowman, Co-Capt.; Will Davis, Bob Miller, Frank Simons, Monty Schwendiman. BACK: Wes Hicks, Coach; Doug Angle, Glen Smith, John Irwin, Ralph Gruppe, Larry Snaridero, Bob Levene, Statistician; Ed Campbell, Press. ABSENT: Henry Bulir, Mgr.; George Guild, Mgr.

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Jean Clayton Arlene Rafais Donna Staranchuk Mary Di Diodato Gail O'Connor Mary Butz ABSENT: Miss Linda VanSicle, Cheerleader Instructor


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SPECIAL EVENTS

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THE SUMMER All strange uncertain fears and curious pain I shall complete this mortal year Whose harvest-tide brings ripeness of the whole Nathania! Benson


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MOHAWK COLLEGE In September, 1966 Mr. Hazelton asked the faculty and staff for their suggestions in naming the College. On October 21 , 1966, it was named MOHAWK COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY. Mohawk College's first four years have been an exciting, interesting, challenging and rewarding experience for all who were involved. Over the past four years Mohawk College has continued to grow and mature. Thus, the first four years have set the pattern for the future .


S.R.C. EXECUTIVE

Buddy Cox V.P. Internal Affairs

Susan Rayner Bookkeeper

Randy Woods V.P. External Affairs

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Greg Cook Treasurer

Elizabeth Young V .P. Services

Brian Ulrich Secretary

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Combining new blood and a solid foundation of sophomores, the Mohawk Soccer Team won the O.C.A.A. Soccer Championship defeating Seneca College 4-0 in the sudden death final. The season record was eight wins and three ties with Mohawk defeating McMaster Soccerams twice in exhibitions. Season highlights show a 7-1 and 5-0 win over Lambton College, a 4-2 and 5-0 win over Conestoga College and a virtual slaughter of 9-1 and 15-0 over Niagara College. Congratulations go to all team members for their time and efforts contributed to represent Mohawk College. Special CONGRATULATIONS go to Coach Dan Robertson and Assistant Gerry Dunsford for able guidance.

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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY CHAMPIONS BACK ROW , Left to Right: AI Tocher Mike Craig Russ Perry Dane Rimmer Doug Langley Dave Carrick Dave De Pellum Ted Golding Lee Barnai Mike Holk Bill Hamilton Pete Volpatti Ray Baldin Dave Raymond Warren Evans Rick Poirier

FRONT ROW , Left to Right: Rick Fountain Bob Pelletier Cam Wilson John Romak Woody Orlicks Bill McNaughton Terry Mettit Ralph Omerod


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MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY The Management Technology Association represents all students of Industrial Management Technology. The club provides its members with an atmosphere of social and technological development, through planned smokers, stags, meetings, and the fifth annual M.T.A. Seminar. The smokers provide I.M.T. students with exposure to current technological projects of our local industries. The stags are entertaining and relaxing, as students exchange views with instructors, on an informal basis. Club meetings follow industrial structure and leave the students with the rudiments of conducting sophisticated meetings upon graduation. The annual M.T.A. Seminar is the major social event of the school year. This year's seminar was entitled, "The Seventies - Training for Management," and saw different views on training programs presented by four of industries top men. The highlight of the seminars was the after dinner speech of the Honourable William Davis, one of the founders of Community Colleges and a firm backer of co-operative education at Mohawk.

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TAU EPSILON NU Tau Epsilon Nu originated in 1954 at the Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. In 1967 Beta Chapter of T.E.N. was formed at Mohawk College by ten men who felt the need for greater social contacts among the students. A fraternity, far from being a clique, is composed of a group of individuals. The fraternity offers these individuals a congenial atmosphere in which ideas can be freely exchanged and firm and lasting friendships made. Some advantages of a fraternity are: business and administrative training; lasting friendships; a home away from home, help in studies, a broader social life; a vast alumni association. Tau Epsilon Nu is a social fraternity and as such offers a wide variety of functions, such as: many house parties, a christmas banquet, ski weekend, summer seminar, and parents and faculty nights. The brothers of T.E.N. take pride not only in their fraternity but also in their school. The brothers of T.E.N. are always eager to initiate and participate in all school functions . Be part of a moving organization; be part of Tau.

NOONER'S The Noon Club is an informal organization designed to encourage understanding between Faculty and Students. The club meets on a casual basis during and after school hours to listen to music and talk in a relaxed atmosphere. The membership is free and open to all interested faculty and staff. Our record collection is diverse and tasteful, ranging from Rock , Blues, Folk, Jazz, and Soul to Bach, Scarlatte and anything that individual members wish to contribute. D. Behnke, President

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The Electronics Club boasts of 110 paid members who participate on an "after school basis". Most of the members belong to the I.E.E.E. , a professional engineering association. Usually Monday afternoons is reserved for the "Electronics Workshop". Here members gather together to work on their projects and get to know one another. Highlights of the Club's activities included the "Fall Festival" and the "Annual Dinner". This year's executive are: Chairman, Lawrence Debono; Vice-Chairman, Peter Davidson; Secretary, Allen Weddum; Treasurer, Bill Mason; and club counsellor, Mr. R. Harris. Lawrence Debono

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TEXTILES The Textile Society sponsored a highly successful film night showing ''The Russians are Coming" and "Barbarella". Two graduating members of the Society, Earle Paquin and Lorne Hodgson, initiated the Textile Alumni. The Alumni sends out a quarterly newsletter to all past graduates of the Textile Department, keeping them informed on goings on in the College. The first meeting of the alumnus was held on April 18, attracting graduates from all over Canada. Now that we have settled into our new environment, the Textile Society plans to generate a more active interest in Textile Technology at Mohawk. Colin Rogers

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CLASSICAL MUSIC Please don't let the name scare you away. Our membership ¡ increases each year by several students and faculty members. The club is like that famous potato chip that dares you to have just one. Once having attended one meeting and listened to classical, jazz, and folk music all in one bag with food, liquid refreshments and good company, you'll be sure to come again. Still the club is relatively small, and this has very pleasant advantages - Gatherings of our club are at members homes and it always seems that nobody ever wants to break them up. As in previous years the club has purchased many new stereo recordings for the enjoyment of the members. Our collection is available to members who wish to borrow them. Come out to one meeting and find out our secret. You'll be back for more.

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CHEMISTRY The Chemistry Club was formed in September 1969 to further the interest of chemistry at Mohawk College, and show how chemistry affects the community. The club's present objective is a detailed study of how pollution has affected the Hamilton area. At the time of writing the club was in the process of attempting to obtain a student chapter of the Chemical Institute of Canada at the college. Throughout the year the club will endeavour to bring speakers to the college who are experts in their particular field of chemistry or related science. The club also has the expert guidance and advice of the entire Chemical Technology faculty at Mohawk College. Membership is open to all students at the college, particularly those interested in chemistry and pollution.


MECHANICAL The chief aim of the mechanical club is to promote interest in mechanical engineering and increase student involvement relating to this field . The meetings are open to all students of the college, and the time and place of these meetings are posted on the notice boards regularly. Each member is free to take on ¡a project of his choice, with club support, providing there is executive approval. However, the chief project of this year is to redesign several components of the turbine powered go-cart and complete its mechanical fabrication in order to give it a test run before the end of the semester. Within the remaining months, the arrangement of several tours are in process, one of which will be to the Ontario Science Centre. The executive; Rick Waud, pres.; Ted Milligan, vice-pres.; Eugene Therriault, treas.; and Keith Mayers, sec. wish to extend sincere thanks to the faculty advisors and especially Mr. Pritchard for their time and effort put forth in helping to make this a successful year.

THINK 'N COMPUTE The Think-N..Compute Club is relatively new at Mohawk College. The activities this year included films, guest speakers and field trips all designed to give students up-to-date information concerning the data processing field . The club was reorganized this year to form a student chapter of the Data Processing Management Association (D .P.M.A .). This is an association of data processing personnel which has offered its guidance, literature and donations for the benefit of all student members. This reorganization gives the students a chance to meet with people working in the related field and to obtain first hand information about data processing. This has been a year of advancement for the club , with the credit going to the club president Elizabeth Young. With the aid of the DP .M.A., next year is even more promising. Paul Nauman

WHAT'S WHAT Once again W.W .A.M. picked up its pen and charged forth blindly with a massive wealth of information. Under the able leadership of Jim LeClair the committee of four wielded its club over certain members of the student body and staff to extract the knowledge that is needed to enlighten the readers of our handy book. You may wonder why this is necessary? It is an attempt to fight apathy. Many students do not believe it exists, but there is a trend which hints at its existence. Every year ''What 's What" comes up with invaluable information for the student pertaining to his stay at Mohawk, and this year we wish to create a warmer and more informative welcome to all students. Read our book and be informed. Don't let ignorance of what's what at Mohawk hold you back from a richer, fuller and more satisfying stay at Mohawk College. 81


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An educational institution such as Mohawk, spanning three campuses and the attention of over 2,000 students, needs an effective means of communication. The editors and staff of OPUS have tried to meet and satisfy that need this year. It may not have been achieved as yet, but the effort and willingness to work is clearly evident.

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To those students and staff members who are graduating this year, thank you very much for your time and energy. To those students who have helped us in the past, we hope to see your talents next year.

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The Camera Club is designed to give its total membership exactly what that membership wants if it is to stay alive and vigorous at Mohawk College. Displays have been a major objective for our club in the past year mainly for the benefit of the student body and faculty, but also for newcomers and less knowledgeable members to see, with the objective that the "EXPOSURE" to the best cannot help but "rub off". This year as before , the members provided support to our College newspaper "Opus", and most of the photos for the 1970 Yearbook. The Club tries to contribute to all parts of school life and is able to do so mainly through a generous grant from the S.R.C. The Club's program constitutes an excellent preparation for successful careers in a variety of photographically oriented vocations which have need of economically useful photographs. At least once during the school year there should be a social event with entertainment away from the dark room. Again this year a night out at Diamond Jim's topped off another very successful year. Special thanks are given to some outstanding members and they are - Nick Skomorowski {3 Civil), Bob Kinoshita (1 Inst.) and Bob Dodgson (1 Met). Patrick Walsh, Camera Club President

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THE ARCHITECTURAL CLUB Apart from its social functions our club serves to activate interest in varying aspects of architecture, encouraging the students to develop their full potential. Close co-operation with the business world has produced stimulating seminars in which guest speakers have made available their particular expertise. Likewise, field trips within the local area as well as to Chicago and Boston have helped introduce us to various facets of the architectural field. We certainly fmd that close liaison with business and industry helps make for an easier transition from the world of study to the world of work. Brian Gallacher President

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INTERNATIONAL Since its inception nearly four years ago, Mohawk has received several students from other countries who have come to Canada to continue their education. With the aid of enthusiastic faculty members, these students were drawn together at the beginning of the fall semester and the International Students Club was formed . The prime purpose of the I.S.C. is to welcome and provide for the foreign students assimilation into the college environment. Through the Canadian members of this club we hope to provide information of the morales and cultures of the country that may be of interest and value to the newcomer to Canada. In short the I.S.C. offers aid, information, recreation and sociability to all foreign and Canadian students enrolled at Mohawk College. Approximately ten countries are represented by the members of this club. Meetings are generally held in the students lounge and are for the most part a very social affair, which allows members to relax and enjoy themselves. It is hoped to devote several evenings to a particular country or area represented by our members. This we hope will help to create better understanding and stimulate interest in other people and places. Foreign students usually find it very difficult to settle down in a strange country without friends or family and this is the gap I.S.C. hopes to fill with understanding, friendliness and help.

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CHORAL The Mohawk College Singers extend a warm welcome to all young men and women of the College and the Community. We rehearse once weekly and do three or four public performances annually. The music ranging from Bach to Beatles provides challenge and excitement and we find "The Singers" a great place to meet new music-loving friends. Join Us!


MOTOR SPORT This year the Motor Sport Club sponsored four rallies and a rally championship. This was won by John Howard and Ron Sinclair who have a firm lead in the championship standings in a Simca 1204. The club puts on rallies to appeal to both novice and expert crews alike. This year Mohawk had a crew entered in the Inter-Collegiate Rally put on by the University of Waterloo. The same crew also entered the annual Canadian International Winter Rally, North America's only international rally, and did a fine job. The club also joined in the Winter Carnival activities this year and staged a short fun rally which was a great success. Ron Sinclair

The Mohawk Flying Club was formed in September of 1969. After a good turn-out of students at the first meeting, where many students paid their two dollars membership fee, subsequent meetings showed that only the people interested stayed to keep the club on its feet. These are the people who got their money's worth in a flying excursion of Mohawk's campus and the city of Hamilton on October 18, 1969. The objectives of this newly formed club are to promote interest in general aviation on campus and to promote a better understanding of aviation and the use of aircraft. Also this club has decided to tackle a project to rebuild a club airplane which will be used for club flying. Come up to the age of Aquarius ..... join Mohawk's flying club; all are welcome! Just remember the freedom movement, being grounded is a loss of freedom.

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ART The "Other Seven" is Mohawk's Art Club. The weekly meetings provide fun and relaxation for any student who is interested in art. Budding young artists employ the club's materials to produce "masterpieces" which are shown in our yearly exhibit. All works are for sale. Fees are charged by the club to cover the cost of materials and the rest of the sale prices goes to the artist. Last year two works, by four of our members, were donated to the school. They are now hanging in the central staircase in "A" block. This year we hope to add the school crest to the collection. If you have the tiniest spark of talent come to our meetings, let down your hair, grab a brush and join the ranks of bohemian artists.

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KARATE Mter much struggling with the student political situation, we were able to start the only martial arts club on campus. Thanks go to the following for their contribution in the creation of the club - Mr. A. Arnold (staff advisor); Mr. A. Marr (vice-pres.); Mr. A. Palmeiri (sec.-treas.). Instruction has been given by Mr. R. Joslin, holder of a first degree black belt. The club affords an excellent opportunity for exercise, competion and fellowship. The strict instruction develops a sense of discipline which is reflected into everyday behaviour. Regular grading has produced a good strong club with many people holding coloured belts.


SOCIAL WELFARE The Social Welfare Club really has a two-fold function: to be of service to those who can use our assistance, and to provide an opportunity for all students to learn and to experience the meaning of Social Service in our complex and modern world. Hopefully, members gained through the club, feelings of personal satisfaction, friendships, and an expanded knowledge of the community in which we live. If you want to be a "person with people" and participate in real "down to earth" experiences, then this is the club for you.

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''CONGRATULATIONS''

WRITER'S WORKSHOP The Writer's Workshop consists of a group of people who have gathered together to discuss their style and type of writing. Their informal gatherings have included guest writers and former students who have talked with the group on various subjects.

Every student joined a club this year! ! If it wasn't one of the preceding clubs, you now have the satisfying knowledge that you now belong to the "APATHY" club, which seems to have the greatest membership of all the clubs here at Mohawk.

To those of you in the latter club, we can only hope you are proud of yourselves.

While each individual likes to follow his favourite style and writer, interests have extended to movies and music. No criterion has been established for the W.W. It is a group which requires no dues, has no budget, and no initiations. As a group we ask only that our membership be people who are interested and willing to participate. R.E . Jackson

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CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP The Christian Fellowship held meetings to discuss topics concerning the Christian religion and its relevance to the student. These discussions were open to all college students regardless of their religious denomination. The clubs week night meetings saw discussions being started as a result of the films and guest speakers that were brought in to promote such discussions.

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VARSITY BASKETBALL l The Mohawk Mountaineers marked the end of an undefeated year with the capture of the 1969-'70 O.C.A.A. Basketball Championship in Ottawa. The victory gave the Mountaineers a 14-0 win, loss record on the season and 17-5 record with exhibition games. The Mountaineers defeated St. Clair 80-55 in the final game at Ottawa. The team played excellent basketball all season and part of the reason was coach Wes Hicks. This season was Hicks' third with the team and this year's championship was his second in three years. With the excellent coaching and ball players here at Mohawk the Mountaineers should be contending for their third championship next year and if the team plays half as well as they did this year, Mohawk should have another championship team.


INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL

Mohawk's Intramural Basketball season matured this year as 257 students participated in the basketball league. Dundurn won the final game over Business Seniors 26 to 25. The most valuable player was Brad Dutot of Business Senior. Special thanks to Fred Crom, the student convenor, and the referees.

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VARSITY VOLLEYBALL The Mohawk Mountaineers Volleyball squad failed in their bid to capture the O.C.A .A. Championship. They played a total of 60 games and won 57. The team displayed great spirit and desire all year, and most of the players will return next year. Special thanks to the "Red Phantom Coach"- Jerry Drazan.

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INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL Intramural volleyball is composed of two divisions. Business Senior and Civil of Division 1 and Dundurn of Division 2 were the three teams in the finals. Dundurn emerged as champion and possessor of the "Civil Cup" Volleyball trophy. The most valuable player was Montey Schwendiman.

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John Romak All Round Athlete; Mr. S. Mitminger

Dominic Zeffiro, M.V.P. Soccer; Mr. R. Robertson, Coach

George Stan, M.V.P. Volleyball; Mr. J. Drazan, Coach

ATHLETIC AWARDS Verne Kraynick, M.V .P. Hockey; Mr. R. Howell, Coach

Daryl Bowman, Outstanding Athlete of the Year; Mr. R. Jamieson

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Daryl Bowman, M.V.P. Basketball; Mr. W. Hicks, Coach


ATHLETIC Mr. J. Nickling, Mr. Marko, Mr. Hazelton, Miss Hawley, Mr. Jamieson, Mr. Scott.

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Mr. S. Pruski, Mr. S. Mitminger, Mrs. T . Love, Mr. Leishman, Mr. W. Hicks, Mr. G. Morrase.

Mr. J. Marko, Athletic Director

Mr. Hazelton "Participation Award"

Mr. Marko "Merit Award"

Mr. Leishman "President's Cup"

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VARSITY CURLING Wentworth Curling Club was the scene of another Mohawk "first", when sixteen men's and mixed rinks from Universities and Community Colleges in Ontario competed for trophies and a fine array of prizes. Keen competition was the order of the day, as well as a sumptuous dinner and dance. Mohawk almost 'stole' their own show when they battled Brock University for the Men's Trophy. John Goodwin, Brock's skip, was forced to play a perfect shot with his last rock of the day, to edge Dave Tozer and his fine Mohawk rink of Brian Buttenham (vice-skip), Ross Davidson (second), and Reg Desforges (lead) into second place. Prizes and arrangements were excellent and much credit for the success of the Bonspiel should go to Kevin Browne of 2MKI, who worked tirelessly as Chairman of the Bonspiel. 126


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INTRAMURAL CURLING League play in curling took place Saturday, February 7, and Mondays, February 9 and 16. Civil scored a total 172 1/2 points with eleven four man teams. They won the Intramural Curling trophy , and scored 18 points towards the overall standings. The top 25 ofo entered a final single elimination tournament. In this, KEITH WATERFIELD of DATA PROCESSING skipped his team of DOUG GRAHAM , CHESTER CIESLIK, and ALLEN MUNRO to two extra end victories in the finals to win the Intramural pins awarded the winning team . 127


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MOHAWK VARSITY HOCKEY The 1969-'70 Varsity Hockey season proved to be quite exciting and entertaining. It marked the first year Mohawk has won the divisional championship and advanced to the O.C.A.A. finals in its three year history. Many thanks to our coach Ron Howell and manager Peter Groddle. But what is the use of having a hockey team if every turn out is atrocious? There is no sense in paying a coach and spending the various sums of money that it takes to have a team if no support is given by the students. A poor turn out is frustrating and demoralizing to the hockey team and embarrassing to the few Mohawk fans that do attend games. WE NEED SUPPORT!

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HANDBALL In division one Civil was knocked into the losers round by a 2-1 loss to I.M.T. Civil proceeded to knock off the other two teams from I.M .T. thereby winning the semi-final game.

In division two Data beat Textiles. However, Textiles stormed back in the semi-finals to win, earning the right to face Civil in the finals. In the championship game, Textiles drew first blood, but Civil gained unanswered goals as the half ended. The contest tightened as Textiles began to score but, Civil, unified by an injury to Ralph de Groot, matched Textiles' scoring.

The final score was 10-5 as Civil won the Intramural Handball Championship.


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2ACC1 Vince Arnold

Dave Bowden

Wanda Balemba

Gary Brown

BUSINESS

Lucio DiBattista

Dave Felker

John Dabbs, Reid Copp, Robert Cuthbert, Jack Brown. SEATED: William Stoddart, Assistant Chairman, Three-year Business.

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Loretta Laratta

Ernest Malek


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Mike Renton

William Finlay

Marianne Hawthorne

John Box

John Klein

Bob Laing

Nick Pierias

Sharon McEachren

John Miller

Jim Murphy

Mike Ratusznyk

Pete Sarabacha

Bill Smillie

Vel McCallum

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John Baldwin

John Boniface

Vic Evanetz

Brian Gallacher

Gene Gnyp

Phyllis Holdaway

Mike Janoscak

Jan Kamermans

Bill Lehman

Joe McCarthy

Dan Morson

Bill Murray

Steve Pinkett

Don Radinovic

Jim Rose

Ralph Smith

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Graham Roberts, Basil Hall, Paul Smith, Supervisor; Carel Kippers, Gerry Cummings, William Stafford, John May, Santosh Mathur. SEATED: Surgit Mendiratta, Chairman.

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Paul Harper

Jim Hill

Sam LeDonne

Rick Butler

Ed Chern ish

John McKinley

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George Padusenko

Gery Treusch

Patrick Walsh

Jurgen Zimmermann

Gord Brandes

George Caldwell

Lawrence Clipsham

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Stan Dulberg

Brian French

Gary Hilson

David Joyce

David Kennedy

Walt Merker

Eric Pilon

Gary Thomas


BUSINESS

3BGL3

William Thomas, Earl Lampkin, Larry Anderson, David Crossley, Harry Serabian, Neville Holman. SEATED: William Fitzgerald, Chairman, Three-year Business.

William Armstrong

Thomas Beacock

Doug Boughn

Victor Braha

Ken Costello

Bob Crichton

Warren Crosbie

Moe Fedyszyn

Ed Anderson

Bob Buszchak

147


Mike Galivan

Rick Fink

Dave Francey

Fred Gagne

Verdi Gough

Larry Hewitt

Brock Langley

Doug Proctor

Ron Bondarenko

Bill Hryciw

Janet Kaczur

Oiff Kennedy

Robert Kitchen

Stephan Kuzoff

Ron Mabee

3BGL4

148


Lome McKenzie

Gary Medcalf

Hall Mitchell

Reg Moffatt

Wayne Murakami

Laurie Vinthers

Bob Meehan

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Scott Morris

Daniel Quan

Rae Stadder

Garry Stranaghan

Wendy Wallace

Ron Wild

Kenneth Zess

Mary Vaina

149


3BMK2 Bill Baum

Ralph Gruppe

Pete Mauro

Pat McCann

Dave Cardy

Mike Dytnerski

Glen Kadechuk

Ralph Laidlaw

Tom Playford

Frank Serallegri

Ron Sunstrum

Paul Anderson

John Ellis

Steve Kuczerepa

MikeHemlow

2CIVTN1 Gary Taylor 150


Stuart Marshall

Gary Saunders

Philip White

CIVIL

2CIVTN2

Jack Davis, William Main, William Mathews, Assistant Chairman; Terry Salari, Jim Macleod, Brian Welsh, Dave Perrett, Technician; Bill Cooper, Bill Livingstone. SEATED: Edward Filipowich, Chairman.

Randy Boothby

Doug Brunton

Bruce Filipowich

Luigi Franciosa

John Beintema

Edward Gaiger 151


Vic Mafty

Ron Martin

Terry Mayo

Mike McGuire

3CIV1

152

Dale Prosser

Wayne Redwood

Mike Sharshin

B. Lynn Allison

Orval Anderson

AI Atchison

Bob Bowman

Ralph Brook

Arthur D. Carr

John Cox

Ralph De Groot

Dan Dignard

Don Henk

William Hearn


John Howard

Ron Howe

Garry Koteles

Gordon Metcalfe

Rick Milek

Pat Newey

Olarlie Rust

Alfred Sedastian

Nick Skomorowski

Everett Truax

LIBERAL STUDIES

Brian Ulrich

Allan Whitley

Ron Priest, Chairman; Don Dargie, Bob Hookey, Mike Walton, Brock Shoveller, Dale Behnke, Ernie Dewald, Wayne Allen. SEATED : Pat Hepner. Arnold Woolvett

Zynovity Zayac 153


2CAI Sally Armstrong

John Cesarini

Jean Clayton

Linda Dyment

COMM. ARTS

156

Sandy Fraser

Judy Graham

Seid Hashemi

John Kessel

Paul Lymburner

Lee Marks

Jim Powell

Pat Slawich

Callie Smith

Russel Elman, Head, Gerald Testar

Linda Toth

Melody Wales


COMM. PLANNING

2CP1 John Canham, Harald Langer, Head.

Noreen Bristow

Gary Crowell

Ray Essiambre

John Good

Doug Parrish

William Poole

John Robertson

Sheila Johnston

Susan Kemp

Woody Wagg 157


3CS1

Les Johnson

John De Vries

Bob Durie

Leo Lauro

Alex Miller

John Bell

Doug Birkett

Dave Eedson

Bob Goodenough

Gord Pye

Dave Swanson

3CS2 Jim Wood 158

Glenn Barnett

Zdravko Kucan


Bruce Rhynd

Garry Rumble

J irn Saarinen

Joe Sebestik

James Stewart

Charles Thomas

Paul Thomason

Juris Vinakmens

Randy Woods

Constantine Zourntos

CONTROL SYSTEMS

FRONT: Larry Bedford, Chairman; Derek Leonard, Steve Geczy, Charles Kezel . BACK: Larry Henne, Chris Wehrfritz, Supervisor; Stan Marrow, Lloyd Mutch, Eugene Tekatch.

159


MATHEMATICS

Sam Guidice, Paul Chowdhury, Bill Dunlop, Betty-Ann Pitz, Bill Perriman, Ken Chow, Pat Iyer, Pat Young, Bev Behara.

2DP1

Leo Bulanda 160

Lesia Andrusyshyn

Sue Beard

Dan Begin

Ray Charvonneau

Starr Drewitt

Cathy Epp

Jim Bruzzese

John Hambleton


Ron Hibbert

Mickey Jackowitz

Erik Kamermans

Wayne Kent

Jeff Seeley

Teresa Jan sen

Bill Konyk

John Lawson

Bill Leonard

2DP2

Bill Lewis

Mike Moore

Rick Ogonoski

Paul Raphael

Gary Schertzberg

Larry Smythe

Peggy O'Neill

161


David Walton

Jim Wilkins

Herb Wolf

Karen Zweep

CHILD. ED.

2ECE1 Diane Ayliffe

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Emmy De Gidts

Brenda Eccles

Evelyn Fournier

Polly Richardson, Head; Heather Birrell.

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Jan ice Funnell

Margaret Gains


Diane Hanmer

Iris Hancock

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Debbie Jackson

Grace Kenney

Donna Linke

Sylvia Matthews

Mary McNichol

Wendi Moore

Marcia Richardson

Leslie Robinson

Sylvia Stafford

Lynn Sykes

Betty Tukleris

Diane Walker

Faye Spoar

163


2ENTN1

Wayne Bridle

Subhash Baht

Allan Bennett

Brent Berry

Rick Bradshaw

Wayne Childerley

Chris Chovaz

Steve Coli ens

Joe Gorgonio

ELECTRONICS

Joe Nagy, Sam Kajiura, Mondy Inghel, Don Harvey, Technician; Roger Langley, Tibor Korecz. SEATED: Bruce Hutchinson, Assistant Chairman.

164


2ENTN2 Ed Gracey

Gary Hanov

Edward Hildebrandt

Rick Marshall

William McLeod

Frank Shaw

Larry Snaidero

Steve Komczynski

James Kovacs

Harvey Lockhart

Nick Mignelli

Jim Newport

Nino Statti

Peter Oliver

AI Rivers

2ENTN3 165


Bart Strong

John Thomasson

Bruce Todd

Ed Visser

Brad Widerman

ELECTRONICS

Vajapejam Krishniah, Ian Paisley, Bill Brown, John Carnegie, George Pal, Chairman; John Eaton, John Harris, Victor Pegado, Technologist.

2ENI1 Les Ciesielski 166

Wayne Eyles

William Gilmour

Paul Gryn


George Hartsgrove

John Kettle

Don Kingswood

Don Spaetzel

David Tozer

Charles Weberman

Dave Crookes

Peter Davidson

Bill Mason

Dave McNicol

John Lochner

Robert Lovelace

3ENS1

Andrew Marr

Lawrence DeBond

Alfred Miller

Alan Morris 167


Chris Murphy

Adrian Palmieri

Harold Paul

Tom Phillips

Bill Aragian

Rod Barnes

21MTN1 Fred Smith

Alan Weddum

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

John Shires, Gerald Dunsford, Vern MacKay, Lloyd Smith, Albert Arnold, Jan Vermeer, Technologist. SEATED : Denis Avery, Chairman. 168


Terry Bradley

Alan Gaukel

Wayne Jack

Fred Lambert

Carlo Lucci

Ian Macintosh

Ron Marsden

Alan McKenzie

Walter Repuszka

Murray Uren

LeeBamai

Ian Blake

Gary Noonan

Rudy Nusink

Don Nicholls

31Mn Ray Baldin

Ed Carlstrom

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Alfred Cook

Anthony Corvaro

Douglas Ennis

Rick Fountain

Keith Greaves

Mike Holk

Ernie Kinar

Nick Mattina

Bill McNaughton

31MT2

170

Doug Mickeloff

Robert Novosad

Len Owen

Nick Patchev

Vytas Orlickas

Rick Poirier

John Romak


LIBERAL STUDIES

Leslie Evans, Colin Gray, Sigmund Freud, Georgia Calvo, Jackie Bytheway, George Koblyk, Carl Erikson, Assistant Chairman; Marion Drynan, Baldey Bhatia.

John Savel

David Scott

John Serba

Peter Vol patti

Gord Warren

Martin Young

Garry Sovereign

Alex Tocher

171


KASTYGIS VENCKEVICIUS 1949- 1970

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TECHNICIANS WISH TO OEOICATE

THS ROOM TO THE MEMORY OF KAS VENCKEVICIUS·. QIIE OF OUR CLASSMATES. WHOM

Kastygis Venckevicius was in his second year of the Architectural Technician Course at Mohawk College. Kas was well liked by his fellow students, and highly thought of by his instructors, including Mr. Mendiratta, the Head of the Architectural Department. Kas was quite a good student . When the Architectural students built models of Mohawk College as a project, Kas took up the challenge and built the best model. It was so good that it was sent to other colleges in Ontario for display. We who were privileged to know him, were deeply !addened to learn of his death. He will be fondly remembered by all.

WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER

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21NSTN1

Dan Bisson

Robert Devine

Robert Inkster

Rodger Ainsworth

Jim Bannister

Robert Jackson

Mike Marshall

PHYSICS

John Betts, Loujs Urban, Edward Engel, Leslie Williams, Adrian Tumber, John Spencer, Chairman; Alan Dixon, Henry Wong, Louis Augustine, Technician. 174


21NSTN2 Pete McKenna

Andrew Ruff

Larry Simon

21A1 Dennis Sisko

Joe Clark

Rick Tarbutt

Brian MacMillan

Bob Archer

Dave Pawley

Bart Blain

Frank Silverthorn

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Dave Smith

Kelly Toyota

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Dean Wivell 175


BUSINESS

2MK1 William Liabotis, Lois Sartor, Gerry Gillis, Lavern Pich, Graham Shepherd. SEATED: Bill Hanson, Assistant Chairman, Two-year Business.

176

John Banter

Godfrey Barrow

Pete Bettger

Richard Blain

Kevin Browne

Mike Condo

John Delaney

Mary DiCarmine

Doug Eatock

Bonnie Franklin


Vince Gallea

Tom Greenwood

Kris Grodzinski

Jack Haszard

2MK2 Gord Humphries

Steve Kanyo

Frank Mesich

Paul Kelly

Susan Leger

Joe j'dichell

Ron Krakofsky

Mae Lum

Larry Moodie

Frank Reestman

Bruce McKeen

Neil Norris

Theo Meester

Dave Oakman

177


l Daniel O'Brien

Robert Semkow

Cliff Ohoski

AI Shim

Marc Plouffe

Terry Powell

Phil Roberts

Linda Smith

Theodore J. Stec

Anthony Steiguilas

BUSINESS

Bud Symons

Chris Zychowicz

178

Chuck Casson, Keith Wilson, Bradley Berry, Robert Paterson, Harald Buck, John Macwan, Conrad Tromm, Chairman, Two-year Business.


2MECHTN1

Len Cole

Enzo Angeloni

Terry Bartle

Joe Dagostino

Tom Digweed

Dan Dovidio

Larry Hnatyshyn

Doug Ellis

AI Fachnie

Cam Gilpin

Ken Hussey

RusseU Kellar

Ray Kranyak

Brian Holden

179


2MECHTN2 William Leslie

Bill McMurray

George Montour

Doug Nichol

Walter Proc

Derek Watson 180

Bruce Welch

Murray Metler

Allan Nicholson

John Rye

Lorne Wilkinson

Greg Miller

Jeff Platt

Larry Van sickle

Tony Wolkowski


MECHANICAL

3MECH1 Pat Salerno, Walter Grabowski, Charles Stahn, Stan Tyrell, Bob Little. SEATED: Ross Salmon, Chairman.

Jim Arnold

Adrian Bick

John DeJonge

Jim Dicecca

J. Watson Boyd

Phil Ellis

George Cole

Nick Fabry

Ken Copeland

HansGitz 181


John Graham

Ellwood Harris

Bob Howe

Bill Kedziora

William Kovacs

Ron Kwiatkowski

AI Lee

Joseph Leung

AI Lowe

MECHANICAL

Charles Patterson, Edward Kelman, Arthur Pritchard, Technician; Kenneth Brown, Harry Sutcliffe, Charles Sztankovits, Robert Galloway, George Stewart. 182


3MECH2 James J. De Vito

Charles Lutraan

Doug McCartney

Doug McDonough

Margaret Peppler

Dennis Price

Bell Shellington

Gary Smith

George Stal

Jerry Tata

Eugene Therriault

Dave Vogt

Rick Waud

Ron Williams

Eddie Yu

Ted Piuni

183


COMPUTER SYSTEMS

Pat Jones, Frank Meighlal, Walter Boswell, Jim Moore, Charles Balme, Brian Smith, Hans Baste!, Head (seated).

2RLI

REC. LEAD. I

Lawrence Stan bridge, Head, Brian Webster

184

David Beevor

Jeff Bradford

Olive Chapman

Carolyn Chessell


Larry Collinson

Doug Desforges

Tony Grimaldi

Steve Hogg

Susan Hunter

Marty Kitchen

Brenda Martin

Larraine McNichol

George Morasse

Margo Mowbray

Rick Muller

Audrey Plunkett

Linda Priest

Sharron Proctor

Bob Redpath

Rick Sanderson

Monty Schwendiman

Marsha Waldie 185


MATH

2SG1 Vince Frankovich, Assistant Chairman; Bev Miles, Archie Corbett, Len Marzec, Chairman; Ram Arora, AI Dalsto. SEATED: Pat Fletcher.

â&#x20AC;˘r Mary Armstrong

Pat Greenhill

186

Mary Cefaratti

Mary Jazvac

Cheryl Cunningham

Debora Fawcett

Mary Gilmour

Judy Linkert

Janet MacKelvie

Kathy Palanica


2SL1 Katie Sajder

Linda Wilkins

Gail Blaylock

Connie Bone

Sandy Boyes

Joanne Andreychuk

Meloney Binstead

Joanne Clapham

Barb Davis

SECRETARIAL

Carolyn Dillon

Mrs. Goldie Jaskula, Supervisor; Mrs. Alice Dowling, Mrs. Catherine Rodgers, Miss Cora Barwell, Miss Hazel Winters.

Sue Edmison

187


Janis Ewanick

Vicky Goodwin

Bobbie Kaiura

Susan Kay

Maureen Kennedy

Sharon Lawson

Joan Leitch

Pat Webster

LIBERAL STUDIES

Ron Slavik, Assistant Chairman; Betty George, Bill Strecker, Dan Pilling, Bob Donnelly, Don Bertoncini, Bruce Woodruff, Gerry Dion. SEATED: Betty Bindon. 188


2SL2 Susan Moylan

Lydia Nagy

Karen Newitt

Jean Novak

Linda Partington

Sherry Patterson

Elena Rimkus

Anne Ross

Emily Shore

Jackie Slootweg

Mary Smith

Carol Stosky

Julie Stumpf

Beth Szabo

Pat Thomson

Debbie Watson

Carol Widdup

Terri Love 189


2SM1

190

Teresa Atkinson

Vivian Attali

Bonny Carter

Kathy Crawford

Pauline Davidson

Paula Fortier

Sandy Fraser

Susan Gilson

Susan Glockling

Irene Grabowski

Sonia Holynsky

Ann Jefferies

Wendy Lowe

Kathy MacDonald

Judy McCulloch

Charlotte McDougall

Gail O'Neil

Linda Pearson


Janice Robinson

Michele Rondeau

Cheryl Staley

Pauline Zebroski

SOCIAL SERVICES

Esther Arkell

2SWI

Boris Chemerys, Head; Karen Friedman (Mrs.).

Patricia F erniough

Kathleen Kelly

Gillian Bott

Helen Campbell

Irene Kowalchuk

Dianne Laidman

Cathy Linton

191


Patricia Lytwyn

Ray McAllister

Carolyn Holden

3TEX1

Maria Reitmeier

Marion Tuck

Douglas Chambers

TEXTILES

Bill Bruce, Wilfrid Hodgson, Chairman; Niru Desai, JeffTottman, Technician. 192


Brian Clifford

Wai-Chu Dai

Rose Lynn Fair

Lome Hodgson

Harold Krause

James Nickling

William Ottney

METALLURGY

Shah Bukhari, Andrzej Dedo, George Martin, Chairman; Eugene Szamosvari. 193


3TEX2 Earle Paquin

Richard Wenzel

J. Clark McAlpine

CHEMICAL

Paul Riehm, Dave Dean, Chairman; Jaggi Tandan, Jim Barr, Ishwar Singh.

Gibson Mcllwrath 194

Bob Montreuil

Gerry Newell


Tony Petrauskas

George Zygmuntowicz

Denis LaChance

John Bogar

Marcel Don~

Mike Legault

PHYSICAL EDUCATION.

Bob Scott, Steve Pruski, Wes Hicks. SEATED : Anne Philp, Joe Marko, Marion Hawley. 195


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Peter Ackerman

2IMTN1

Nancy Anderson

2SMI

Dominic Annibale

2ACC1

Robert Ashcroft

3ENI1

William Ashton

2ACCI

Doug Bayne

3ENI1

Chris Beckett

3BMK2

Bill Bernat

2CA2

George Berry

3BACC1

Daryl Bowman

3BMK2

Pat Boyko

2CA2

Don Brown

2MK1

John Dukarich

2IMTN1

Brad Dutot

3BGL3

Kendal Edmison

3BGL3

Paul Elgie

3ARCH1

Paul Eng

3BGL3

Linda Farrington

2ACC1

Lindsay Frank

2MK1

Gary Geddes

2ACC1

Doug Gibson

3ENI1

Harvey Goldstein

2CA2

David Gould

2ENTN2

Pete Grodde

2ACC1

George Guild

3BGL3

Larry Hamilton

2MKl

Don Hart

2CP1

Elsie Helps

2CA2

Ron Holding

2CA2


NON PORTRAITUS Ray Imola

2MKI

Pete Katie

3ENSI

Rick Labadie

3BMK2

Robert Lavelle

2MK2

Tom Leahy

2CA2

David Lewis

3MECH2

Kirk Lightfoot

3CIVTN2

Allard Loopstra

3BGL4

Herb Maceachern

3BGL4

Paul Mazza

2MK2

Stuart McCarthy

21NSTN2

Bill McMeekin

2SWI

Wallace Mitchell

2ARCHTNI

Rick Myer

3BGL4

Ron Neal

2CA2

Jim Nobes

2ACC2

Robert Pottruff

2ACC2

John Raycroft

2ENTNI

Karen Rheinlander

2ECEI

Rick Richards

2CA2

Brian Rust

3MECH2

Dave Shrookanian

2CPI

Malachy Smith

2BMK2

Steve Sly

2MK2

Tom Taylor

2ARCHTNI

Brian Ulrich

2ENTNI

Greg Wilson

3ENII

Robert Wilvert

2DP2

Anita Young

2RLI

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199


AWARDS 200


DANCE

201


Samuel Mitminger Dean of Technology

Robert Jamieson Dean of Business and Applied Arts

Alan Gregson Director of Continuing Education

Raymond Heath Business Administrator

Charles McNair Director of Information Services


LIBRARY COMPUTER CENTRE Mrs. J. Weatherbee Miss J. Ketalaar Miss G. Sekine Mrs. C. May Mrs. N. Roy

P. Merrill M. Wisniewski F. Mathieson

ASSISTANT REGISTRARS

PERSONNEL

Mrs. E. Ewaschuk K.H. Wilms

J. St. Denis

CHIEF OPERATING ENGINEER

PURCHASING L. Lawrence

F.P. Wojnar

COUNSELLORS G.W. Brooker J.F. Leon S.A. Wray

Andrew Vertesi Director of Educational Services

Siebren DeJong Director of Physical Plant

BOOKSTORE

HEALTH CLINIC

K. Russell Mrs. D. Killins

Mrs. D. Nelles Dr. J. Shekter

Andrew Tapajna Registrar


Joanne Aitken

Toni Aston

Jean Ashbaugh

Anne Bobzener

Kathy Brescacin

Maureen Convery

Cathy Cosgriffe

Chris Daw

Anna Diberardo

Bobbie Dick Donna Drotos

Cathy Docherty

Anne Duncan

Joanne Duffy

Sandy Emery

Cheryl Fowler

''BEHIND THE 204

Susan Rayner

Bonnie Gelinas


Jayne Groves

Chris Hewitt

Sandy Howlett

Joanne King

Frieda Kaminsky

Marilyn MacKenzie

Chris Michenko

Maureen O'Connor

Rita Noble

Jane Paton

Cathy Sebastian Maureen Sapsford

Anna Spasaro

Nancy Setterlund

Bobbi Staples

Judy Stratford

Lynda VanSickle

Val Tunis

Gail Warrick

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ADMINISTRATION STAFF PURCHASING Miss J. King - Purchasing & Inv. Clerk Miss M. Whitman - Clerk Stenographer Miss L. Kelly - Telephone Operator Miss M. MacDonald- Telephone Operator Mrs. C. McGrane - Machine Operator K. Rukavina - Store Receiving Clerk Mrs. E. Hamilton - Mail Clerk Mrs. J . Bennett - Mail Messenger Clerk STATIONARY ENGINEERS G. Berdan W. Blake R. Chivers J. Czirake W. DeHoog T.Penoffio T. Spratt

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B. Allick - Supervisor

MAINTENANCE C. Smith - Co-ordinator

N. Dobbie - Truck Driver T. Wisniewski - Assistant Supervisor D. Allessandrino - Caretaker W. Pirie- Supervisor R. Bartlett - Caretaker T. Boks - Caretaker Z. Boyan - Caretaker S. Cesarini - Caretaker J. Daigle- Caretaker J . Dein - Caretaker C. de Ruyter- Caretaker F . Fortino- Caretaker P. Graham - Caretaker F. Haluk - Caretaker D. Holmes - Caretaker T. Keenan - Caretaker P. Lane- Caretaker J. Lea- Caretaker J. Lefave - Caretaker T. Roberts - Caretaker D. Simmons - Caretaker R. Spencer - Caretaker E. Stonehouse - Caretaker A. Tippett - Caretaker E. Toal - Caretaker M. Urciuoli - Caretaker B. Weaver - Caretaker

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R. Adams- Carpenter R. Moncrieff - Carpenter A. Kirkpatrick - Temporary Carpenter P. Lesevicius - Temporary Carpenter D. McLennan - Plumber W. Brunner- Grounds Keeper Z. Florek - Electrician S. Freeborn - Electrician A. Halden - Electrician W. Whyte- Electrician PROGRAM DIRECTORS F .G . Martin - Credit Programs D. Smit -Credit-Free Programs J. Weber - Manpower Programs CO-OPERATIVE PROGRAMS G. Partridge - Chief Co-ordinator FACULTY DEVELOPMENT D. Cooper- Faculty Development Officer C. Easton J. Kurz OFFICE MANAGER Leo Chubb RECORDS ASSIST ANT R.K . Spiers


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Supplying Canada's Textile Industry with Paper Carriers for Yarns & Fabrics- Cones & Spools

HEAD OFFICE: Brantford, Ontario SALES OFFICES: Montreal, Toronto, Brantford, Edmonton, Vancouver FACTORIES: Brantford, Toronto, Ontario, Terrebone, Granby, P.O., Vancouver, British Columbia

SONOCO LIMITED

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BRANTFORD, ONTARIO


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661 Upper James At Fennell At The Mountain Square

HAMILTON, ONTARIO

SPECIAL DISCOUNT TO MOHAWK STUDENTS

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WEDDING BOUQUETS FRESH CUT FLOWERS CORSAGES

945 GARTH AT MOHAWK

CALL 383-9396 AFTER HOURS 389-5649

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For those students who have just entered Mohawk College for the first time and for those who are coming back, do something, be yourself, be a student. GIVE OPUS A TRY If you

enjoy writing columns or just writing like reporting facts or events are interested in advertising are interested in putting a newspaper together enjoy photography

-then use your talent, skills and interest for a good cause. GO WITH OPUS. The OPUS office is located in the student lounge. Remember a student is more than just a student when he or she hetps to create a more. rewarding atmosphere while working with OPUS and pursuing a college education.

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After Graduation What? Glad to see you're grooving with the community college scene. The CGA Association likes it too because it's a big asset to business and industry. We all work hand in hand.

CGA offers graduates of the General Business course full credit for comparable subjects. Accounting majors are eligible for a number of additional exemptions.

Let CGA help you climb to that top level position. Chief Accountant, Treasurer, Vice-President, Comptroller - - the choice is yours. You're only limited by your own ambitions.

For detailed information write or call: The Registrar, CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO, 25 Adelaide Street East, Toronto 210, Ontario. Area Code 416 366-6501

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Heating Oil Oil Burner Service Galt, Ontario Furnaces Air Conditioning Humidifiers - Dehumidifiers -Air Cleaners Water Heaters Telephone 522-7711

QUALITY FILAMENT YARNS Stretch Bulked Crimped Textured

100 James Street South -Hamilton NATURAL AND DYED YARNS "It PAYS To Buy From Gillies-Guy"

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Murray Greenfield wanted to do something about pollution.

So he joined Dofasco. Murray is one of several Dofasco engineers whose full-time job is to combat water and air pollution. He takes a personal concern in his work. So do we. That's why we employ dedicated, competent people like Murray. And that's why we'll be spending $28,000,000 in the next 6 years on pollution control programs and devices. At Dofasco, we like people with an urge to get things done. Because people are our most important asset. For a descriptive brochure, write: Dofasco Personnel Department, Box 460, Dominion Foundries and Steel , Limited Hamilton, Ontario.

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Your STUDENT PLACEMENT OFFICE is always at your service, whether you are looking for a job, or just for information about employment generally.

0 & "Remember To Remember" from your

canada Manpower centre STUDENT PLACEMENT OFFICE Mr. Mark Garber- Office-In-Charge Mrs. Nan Truelove- Counsellor Miss Cathy Cosgriffe- Receptionist

THE TORONTO-DOMINION

BANK HAMIL TON MOUNTAIN PLAZA 661 Upper James & Fennell For Your Convenience Open Till 4:30P.M. Daily Fridays Till 6:00P.M.


Congratulations! from the Management & Staff at the

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WENTWORTH INDUSTRIES LIMITED

Custom Steel Fabricators Specializing In: -mild steel -stainless steel -aluminum 118 Lake Avenue Drive North

Stoney Creek Ontario Phone 662-8911

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WISHING DIDN'T MAKE IT SO It took hard work. Firmness of purpose. And Self-discipline. Such things pay off.

The knowledge that you acquired at the College has prepared you for a promising career in the vast and diversified field of textile processing. Even so. Wishes can help. And you have our very best.

Compliments of

UNITED GAS LTD. HAMILTON, ONTARIO Sandoz (Canada) Limited Dyestuff & Chemical Division

To The Students of Mohawk College "NATURAL GAS MAKES THE BIG DIFFERENCE" Whether: Heating, Cooking, Water Heating, Clothes Drying, Incinerating, Barbecuing, or Outdoor Lighting.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Many thanks to all the Contributors of KA YATON and especially:

My dedicated Staff shown on the previous two pages.

Mr. N. Holman Mr. David Lieshman Miss Susan Rayner

Mr. Sirjit Mendiratta Mr. Patrick Walsh Miss Val Tunis Miss Marilyn Turner The Advertisers The Students' Representative Council The 'Opus' The Camera Club

Mr. Del Goranson Inter-Collegiate Press Staff

Mr. Bill Haberland The Janitorial & Security Staff of Mohawk College My Family

If there are any people left out of these acknowledgements, my sincerest apologies. "Thank you" to all who helped in any way.

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