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UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH

GUELPH

AWMNUS Special Issue Vol. 14, No.5

UNIVERSITY Of GUELPH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION HONORARY PRESIDENT: Professor Donald 'F, Forster. PRESIDENT: Jackie (Wemyss) Wright, CBS '74, PAST PRESIDENT: Dr. Tom DeGeer. OVC '54. SENIOR VICE·PRESIDENT: Jane (Vollick) Webster, FACS '75. SECRETARY: Dr. O. Brian Allen, CPS '72. ASSOCIATE SECRETARY: Rosemary Clark, Mac '59. TREASURER : James Elmslie. DIRECTORS: Linda Allen, CPS '72; Peter Anderson, Well. '68: Dr. Cliff Barker, OVC '41: Debbie (Nash) Chambers, Arts '77; Lcs Dunn, CBS '76; Lynn (Morrow) Featherston, Mac '68; Dr. Peter Forte, CPS M.Sc. '70; Elizabeth Heeney, FACS '71; Alvin Jory, CSS '74 ; Edith LeLacheur, Arts '72; Richard Moccia, CBS '76; Patricia (Shier) Mighton. OAC '64; Elizabeth O'Neil, FACS '74; Ross Parry, CSS '80; Dr . Mel Poland, OVC '44 ; Glenn Powell. OAC '62; Clare Rennie, OAC '47; Margo Shoemaker, Arts '79: Margo Tant, CBS '76; Dr. Stan Ward, OVC '36. EX·OFFICIO DIRECTORS: Larry Argue, OAC '58, President, Ontario Agricultural College Alumni Association; John Babcock , OAC '54, Director of Alumni Affairs and De.elopment; Joffrey Cowan, President, Uni.ersity of Guelph Central Student Association; Greg Coulter, President, Graduate Students Association; Jim Ga llivan, CBS '73. President, College of Biological Science Alumni Association; Mary (Webber) Henry, Mac '66, President Mac-FACS Alumni Association; Barbara (Porter) Hinds , CSS '74. President, College of Social Science Alumni Association; Dr . Archie MacKinnon, OVC '43, President, Ontario Veterinary College Alumni Association; Barry Stahlbaum, CPS '74, President, College of Physical Science Alumni Association; Julie (Russell) Thur, Arts '78, President, College of Arts Alumni Association.

Still Growing, Our Alumni Family

Is Now 36,000 Strong

or many, a startling realization arrives at about the sa me time as the Christmas turkey reaches the table-the family has grown. Looking back over the 15 festive seasons since I assumed the directorship of the Department of Alumni Affairs and Development, brings a similar realization. During that time, our a lumni family has grown from about 10,000 to more than 36,000-and it's still growing. Maintaining enrolment is high on the priority list of most universities these days, and the University of Guelph is no exception. Our enrolment for fall 1981 climbed 3.1 percent over John Babcock, OAC '54. 1980 figures, and a word of sincere appreciation goes out to the more than 250 alumni involved in the University's Volunteers in Support of Admissions (VISA) program . Logically, budgets should grow in proportion to family growth, but in times of fin a ncial restraint they seldom do . This, coupled with impending Canada Post rate increases, threatens our lines of communication with alumni and has prompted this Directorate to make strong representations to the Government for rate relief applicable to an institution of higher education. On behalf of my staff and colleagues I extend warm and sincere season's greetings . Your continued participation and support of University and alumni activities and programs is very much appreciated.

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John K. Babcock, OAC ' 54, Director, Alumni Affairs and Development.

Jackie's Thoughts

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The Guelph Alumnus is published by the Department of Alumni Affairs and Development in co·operation with the Department of Information, University of Guelph.

Jackie Wright, CBS '74. EDITOR: DEREK J. WING, Publications Officer, De partment of Alumni Affairs and Development.

Our lives are fleeting moments in which are found th e seeds of eternal peace, unity and love as well as the seeds of war, dissension and indifference. When will we rise and awaken to the choice before each of us, to water and to give light to one or the other of these two seeds? Must we accept damnation or can humanity be saved? Jean Vanier, 1970.

The Editorial Advisory Board of the U niversity of Guelph alumni Association is comprised of Ewart Carberry, OAC '44, Chairman; Dr. Allan Austin; Dr. Dona ld Barnum, OVC '41; W. John Bowles, CSS '72; Judith Carson, Arts '75; Pctcr Hohenadel, OAC '75: Janice (Robertson) Partlow, ArtS '70: Olive (Thompson) Thompson, Mac '35; Sandra Webster , CSS '75; E.·officio; John Babcock, OAC '54; Jackie (Wemyss) Wright, CBS ' 74.

he ups and downs of living today sometimes make us withdraw from others and stay closed, thinking only of ourselves and our "hard-times." Scrutiny of our Jives would show that life is worth living and sharing and that we can raise ourselves to new heights with very little effort. The past year has been a good one for the UGAA. Thanks to the efforts of our alumni, we have made many new friends and have achieved many successes in our fund-raising endeavours. We rely on your interest and participation to make 1982 an even better year than 1981 . Thanks so much for your interest and concerns. On behalf of the Executive and Board of Directors of the UGAA, I 'would like to express my best wishes to all of you for s uccess and happiness for all your endeavours in the New Year of 1982. I do hope that 1982 will be the year you will return to the University of Guelph and renew those precious moments and friendships that you experienced as a student.

Undelivered copies should be returned to the Department of Alumni Affairs and Development, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario N IG 2W 1.

Jackie (Wemyss) Wright, CBS '74, President, University of Guelph Alumni Association .

The Editorial Commitlee is comprised of the Editor, Derek Wing; John Babcock, OAC ' 54, Director of Alumni Affairs and Deve lopment; Erich Barth, Art Director, Department of Information; Rosemary Clark, Mac '59, Assistant Director for Alumni Programs; Douglas Waterston, Director , Department of Information: Donald Jose, OAC '49, Prcss·Publicity, Department of Information; Robin Baird Lewis. Arts '73, Development/Communications Officer, Department of Alumni Affairs and Development.

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Dr. CM. Switzer, OAC '5 1, Dean, Ontario Agricultural College.

Dr, 1,M , Wardlaw, Dean , College of Family & Consumer Studies,

Dr, D.C Maplesden, OVC '50, Dean, Ontario Veterinary College,

Dr. 1.R . MacDonald, Dean, College of Physical Science.

Dr, 1. Vanderkamp, Dean, College of Social Science.

Dr. K. Ronald, Dean, College of Biological Science.

Donald F. Forster, President.

Dr. D,R, Murray,

Dean, College of Arts.

Dr. CL. Gyles, OVC '64,

Dean, Graduate Studies,

Dr. W. Tossell, OAC '47, Dean, Research,


This is the University of Guelph Today

The University of Guelph offers academic programs in the liberal arts and sciences and other specialized disciplines in addition to those earlier associated with Ontario Agricultural College, Ontario Veterinary College and Macdonald Institute. On the attractive campus seven colleges co-exist as a lively community of learning. "Recognizing that we have special competence in the life sciences," says the University's statement of Aims and Objectives, "we propose to meet the challenge of today by offering a worthy liberal undergraduate education, by stressing our pa rticular strengths in graduate studies and research, and by special attention to education throughout life and to our international responsibilities. " The central academic core at Guelph is in the educational experience in a rts, biological sciences, humanities, social sciences and physica l sciences. Around this core specialized programs are offered in fields as varied as agriculture, veterinary medicine, drama, landscape architecture, engineering, family and consumer studies, human kinetics, hotel and food administration. Graduate study and resea rch emphasis is on the special areas in which Guelph is competent to make a unique contribution, especially in t he Ii fe sciences. The University operates on the semester system, which offers greater flexibility in course selection and the choice of studying one, two or three semesters per year. The University offers programs leading to the following undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Applied Science, ( Family and Consumer Studies), Bachelor of Commerce (Hotel and Food Administration), Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics, and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. In addition, the following graduate degrees and one graduate diploma are granted: Master of Arts, Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, and the Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Medicine. A two-year course leading to the Associate Diploma in Agriculture is a lso offered. Part-time study is available in the B.A. program and on a limited basis in the B.Sc (Agr.), B.Sc., D.V. Sc., B.Sc. (Eng.) and B.A.Sc . programs. Degree programs form only part of the education picture at Guelph. In addition to over 10,000 students engaged in undergraduate and graduate study, some 12,000 individuals-mostly adults with full-time jobs-register for the numerous special continuing education courses each year. These non-credit programs include courses in agriculture, horticulture, recreation, planning, engineering, politics, music, languages, geography, literature, philosophy, psychology, and sociology. Through these programs the University provides opportunities for professional development or self-improvement

for an ever-increasing number of people in the community who seek study in areas of personal interest. The University is situated in a city of 75,000. In addition to their progressive community, a nd Guelph Spring Festival of music and art, Guelph residents enjoy the proximity of metropolitan Toronto, the Shakespearean Festival in Stratford, the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, and the sports and camping around Georgian Bay. Non-academic enterprises, whether campus politics, intercollegiate and intramura l sports, coffee house socializing or spontaneous discussion, add social and emotional dimension to the total university experience. The library contains in excess of 1.5 million equivalent volumes of books, periodicals, maps, audio tapes, video ta pes, films and government documents . It is internationally recognized for its innovative work in developing and introducing automated public service systems. Reading lounges, group study rooms, an audio visual centre, study carrels, and resea rch studies provide an ideal setting for any number of intellectual pursuits. Residence halls, conveniently located around the academic centre of campus, house half of the student population. Eleven hundred acres of campus; over 10,000 full-time and nea rly 1,200 part-time students; ideal teaching, research and residential facilities; and an internationally known faculty. This is the University of Guelph tod a y.

The Colleges Ontario Agricultural College Agriculture is an expanding a nd diversified industry . In addition to the production and marketing of food , agriculture includes the management of resources, the study of environmenta l interactions and the development of rural areas. The four-year honours program includes majors in Animal and Poultry Science, Dairy Science, Crop Science, Soil Science, Microbiology, Environmental Horticulture, Horticultura l Science, Resources Management, Environmental Biology, Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Plant Protection and Entomology-Apiculture. The School of Engineering offers a liberal program which prepares graduates to solve the problems of the biological world . Programs in Landscape Architecture, Earth Science, Food Science and the Diploma in Agriculture Program are integral components of the College. Five research stations comprising over 2,500 acres are available for research and extension programs.


College of Arts Students in Arts can take a variety of subjects including Drama, Fine Art, Music, English, History, Languages, Linguistics, and Philosophy. Courses in these subjects are also open to students in other colleges. Similarly, Arts students, who are in the B.A. Program, may combine their Arts courses with courses in Social Science or in other areas. Flexibility of choice, a wide range of offerings, and the opportunity to study in any or all of the three semesters of the year, are features of the Art College. Among the special facilities available to Arts College students are studios for painting, drawing, print-making, and sculpture . There are also special rooms where Music majors may play in ensembles or practice. The Drama students regularly present plays in the well-equipped Drama Workshop. For language study the College has. excellent language laboratories and study rooms.

College of Biological Science The College of Biological Science is concerned with the basic concepts of life. It brings together the six basic disciplines of Botany , Genetics, Human Kinetics, Microbiology, Nutrition, and Zoology, The College offers comprehensive honours programs in botany, ecology, fisheries and wildlife biology, genetics, human biology , human kinetics, marine biology, microbiology, nutrition-biochemistry, zoology, and zoology-nutrition. Basic classroom instruction utilizes lectures and audio-visual techniques supplemented by seminars and laboratory work. Senior undergraduate and graduate students in the biology programs work with many species of all animals and plants on campus in "living" laboratory systems . Close interaction between student and professor is emphasized as is co-operation with academic departments in other colleges on the campus.

College of Family and Consumer Studies The Department of Family Studies offers three undergraduate majors: Family Studies, Child Studies, and Applied Human Nutrition. Graduates of these majors may enter professional work in government and private agencies or proceed toward certification as teachers. counsellors, or dietitians. The Department of Consumer Studies offers one undergraduate major, Consumer Studies, with four areas of emphasis. Graduates of the consumer studies majors enter business, government, consumer education, and various product research careers. The School of Hotel and Food Administra tion is the only one of its kind in Canada to offer a four-year degree program. Graduates of this program enter supervisory and managerial positions in hotel, restaurants, clubs and related operations.

College of Physical Science This college comprises the Departments of Chemistry, Computing and Information Science, Mathematics and Statistics, and Physics . Programs offered are Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biophysics; Chemical Physics, Physics, Theoretical Physics, Computing and Information Science, Mathematics, and Statistics, providing an excellent background for careers in research , teaching, industry, government and business. Laboratories and tutorials in introductory courses, provide students with the individual help needed, and small classes and research projects for senior undergr adu a tes stimulate consultations with faculty members . Extensive graduate studies and research programs allow senior and graduate students to work together with faculty. Close co-operation among the

physical and biological science depa rtments affords an inter-disciplinary approach to studies and research problems.

College of Social Science Economics, Geography, Political Studies, Psychology, and Sociology and Anthropology are disciplines which all fall within the realm of the College of Social Science. The University strives not only to provide study leading to the traditional Bachelor's degree but also offers comprehensive interdepartmental programs in Canad ian Studies, E nvironmental Studies, and Social Science and the D evelopment of the Third World. Small classes, seminars and discussions are provided to gain close co-operation and interaction between student and instructor. Where possible the "real world" is used as a laboratory . Interdisciplinary is a key word in the C ollege of Social Science as it is throughout the University. S tudents are provided with interdisciplinary programs and are urged to take courses from other colleges and in other disciplines.

Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Med icine. as an integral part of the H ealth Sciences , serves society in the following areas: animal industry; companion a nimal care; government regu latory agencies such as Health of Animal s Branch or Health Protection Branch; industry; teaching; and research. Graduates of the D .V .M . program are equipped to work in these areas. In addition to the regular D.V. M . degree program, postgraduate internships and other graduate programs are increasingly emphasized. Research projects under way within th e O ntario Veterinar) College encompass a very wide range of subject matter . These extend from practical considerations in health of domestic animals to such basic considerations as transferred immunity to antibiotics, to many problems with direct application in human medicine, and to problems affecting wildlife.

Interdisciplinary Centres The University stresses interdisciplinary studies through informal groupings of faculty members for specific research projects, and through interdisciplinary centres and University Schools. The Centre for International Programs stimulates and co-ordinates international activities, both on campus and overseas. On-campus efforts include an annual international education week with specia l guests . The University School of Part Time Studies and C ontinuing Education offers a wide range of specia lly planned educational opportunities. These include both credit and non-credit courses and many special lectures and lec ture series. The University School of Rural Planning and Development has a tripartite mission of graduate teaching. applied research, and outreach. Its efforts cross di sciplinary lines as it works in the areas of rural planning, rural development, and resource management. 0

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well remember the occasion. It was a mid-February weekend almost a year ago. I was house-bound because or a howling snowstorm . Glancing at a wall calendar in an attempt to mentaliy mark the date or winter's latest whiplash , I came race to race with-you guessed it-a neatly rramed photograph or a winter whiplash. r would much rather have raced a warm summer scene that gave promise or better times to come. Then and there, I concluded that you, our readers, would possibly react in the same manner as your editor. Consequently, the 12 illustrations accompanying the individual months in this Datelines ' 82 edition rell into line with that thinking. Drawn by Robin Baird Lewis, Arts '73, Development/Co mmunications Orricer, Department or Alumni Arrairs and Development, the illustrations, views or long-established on-campus landmarks, are designed to evoke a little nostalgia among alumni in a wide range or graduating years. There are doorways through which countless have passed; flight s or steps which countless reet have trod , and views with which most or you will be able to identiry. It is my hope that this edition will stay with you through 1982, serving as a rriendly reminder or those days when, as a student, it was YOUR reet that trod those ramiliar ways . It is also hoped that those same reet will be tempted to return , either ror an impulsive visit or to attend any or the various on-campus alumni activities that have been organized ror you, and which are noted in various date boxes throughout this issue. Evoking memories ror many or our early graduates, the pictures on this page show three buildings that recent grads have never seen, and never will, they're gone-but not rorgotten. Ed . 0

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The OAC Gymnasium and Convocation Hall, built in 1892. was demolished in 1973 to make way for the Arts Building. Built in 1897. the Chemistry Building was leveled in 1965.

The Old Residence, which fell to the wrecking ball in 1929. and the famous "Floral Wheel."

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O MAF Vcterina ry Services . O MAF Laborat ories. O MAF Orrices-see John ston Ha ll. Ontario Agric ultur a l College- see Jo hn s ton Hall . Ontar io Veterinary College (main building) . OVC Extension . O VC Swine Clin ic. Part-time Studies a nd C o ntinuing Educat ion. Patho logy. Pharmacology & Toxicology. Physica l Sc ie nces. Po ultry Scie ncc . President's R es idence . R a ithby H ouse (Educa ti onal Prac ti ce). South Res idences a nd Dining H a lls . Te xt iles a nd Desig n . Thornb ro ugh bu irding. T oddler Cent re. Trent building . U niv ers ity Centre. U nive rsit y Pol icc . U ni ve rs ity School or Part-time Studies and ContinU ing Education - see J o hnsto n H all.

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OAC Alumni Association Annual Seminar. At G uelph. "Energy Perspecti ves." Snowbash '82: T he University's Annual Winter Carnival. Ja n. 29-30

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Mac路 FACS party for FACS '82 .

Noon-Hour Concert, Suzanne Shulman. fiute, and Valerie Tryan. piano. Arts 107 , 12:10 and 13:10.

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U . of G. Senate meeting.

Wasbington's Birthday (USA).

Mem. Hall, 19:30.

Wasbington's Holiday. (USA).

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OAC Alumni Association Annual curling bonspiel. at Guelph. April 2-3.

9

8

7

6

5

4

Saturday

Friday

Thursday

Good Friday -

10

no examinations

scheduled. D.V.M. program classes Classes conclude.

Palm Sunday.

14

13

12

11

Examinations commence.

cancelled.

Passover.

16

15

17

D.V.M. program - classes conclude.

Easter Monday.

Easter Sunday.

21

20

19

18

22

Examinations conclude, D.V.M. program - examinations U. of G. Senate meeting.

commence.

28

29

30

HAFA alumni gathering aI HostEx.

\.. Host E. '82, laranta. April 25-28.

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D.V.M. program conclude.

examinations

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American Animal Hospital Association Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. April 24-30.

SI. George's Day.

Focus '82, Toronto. April 21-25.

27

26

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23

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Guelpb Spring Festival Opening Concert, Ross Hall. 20:00.

The Edward Johnson Music Foundation presents the Guelph Spring Festival April 30 to May 16. For tickets write Box 1718, Guelph NIH 6Z9 or phone (519) 821-7570.

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JUNE 1982 W T T

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Make plans to retu rn to campus for Alumni Weekend June 18-19-20. There will be special programs for "golden" alumnigraduates of 50 or more years ago. Classes with graduating years ending in "7" or "2" will celebrate special class reunions.

S 5 12 19 26

1 Mac路FACS Alumni Seminar. "Approa chi ng Your Future With Co nfidence ~ Update ' 82,"

Guelph Spring Festival. "A Grand Night for Singing." War Mem.

Hall,20:00.

4

3

2

8

7

6

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Registration for Spring Semester ,

Guelph Spring Festival. International Chamber Ensembte. War Mcm . Hall, 20:00.

Guclph Spring Festival. "A Renaissance Consort." War Mem. Hall,20:00.

10

9

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Gala Award Ceremony. War

War. Mem. Hall, 20:00.

Hall,20:00.

Mem. Hall, 20:00.

13

12

11

Guelph Spring Festival. National

Guelph Spring Festi va l. Nati onal Vocal Competition Semi- Finals.

Guelph Spring Festival. Canadian Premiere of Smetana's co mic opera "The Two Wid ows.;' Ross

Vocal Competition Finals and

15

14

I Spring Semester, classes commence.

Mother's Day. Guelph Spring Festival. Famo us Guelph Spring Festival. American

"Black Bo, " Pla yer>. Ross Hall, D:30 and 19:30.

Guclph Spring Festival. "Thc Two Widows." Ross Hall, 14:30.

17

16 Guclph Spting Festival. Choral Conccrt. SI. Georgc's Church, 20:00,

J azz Ensemble. Ross H all, 20:00.

19

18

24

25

26

Vi ctori a Day (Canada).

Classes ""ncelled .

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Memorial Day

(USA)

31

30 I

VISA Upd ate '82 .

Guelph Spring Fes tival. Cana dian

Guelph Spring Festival.

Tap Dance Co mpany. Ross Hall, 13:30 and 19 :30.

Mem . Hall, 20:00.

International String Quartet. War

20,

21

22

27

28

29

Ascention Da y.

U . of G. Senate meeting .

23

Last day for registrati on.

Start '82. A two-d ay o n~campus orientation prog ram to enable prospective students to familiarize themselves with the University of

Guelph.


June 1982 /

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9

10

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Spring Convocation and

Graduation, June 1-4.

7

6

Earliest offers of university admission released to Ontario Year-5 students for fall '82.

14

13

20

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Annual Meelinss: OAC, Mac-FACS, OVC, Am, CSS, CPS and U. of G . Alumn i AMociatioll$, and Friends of U . of G .. Inc. rece ption .

Alumni Weekend June 18-20

U . of G . Senale meeting.

Flag Da y (USA ).

19

18

17

16

15

26

25

24

23

22

St. Jean Baptiste Day.

Falhcr's Day.

Earliest dale that universit ies can require a response to a n early offer

New Student Dial. .uc '82. A ,cnera' information - * ,.

of admi.ssion.

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Summer Campus

programs-Jul y 5

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Last da y for appl ica tion 10

sraduate for Fall Convocation.

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Saturday

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2

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Dominion Day. Classes ca ncell ed .

8

7

6

5

4

9

10

Summer Cam pus, 1st week . July

Canadian Home Econom ics

5-9,

A ssociation Convention.

Fi rst day for prercgiSlr 3tion 足 in-course students.

Independence Day (USA),

12

11

Ma cDonald Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Jul y 6,9,

Canadian Veterinary Medical Association Convention, Quebec City, Que, July 7-1 L

Last day for preregistration 足 in-cou rse stude nts .

'14

13

15

16

17

Summer Campus, 2nd week July 12,16,

AID (Alumni Information and Development Officers) Conference. Toronto. July 11 - 1.5 .

CASE (Cou ncil for Advancement an d Support of Education) Annu al Assembly. Sheraton Centre, Toronto, Jul y 12,15 ,

18'

19

St. Swithin's Day.

Bastille Day.

20

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16

15

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Central Canada Exhibition, Ottawa. Aug. 19-29.

Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. Aug. 18 - Sepl. 6.

Examinations conclude.

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SI. Bartholomew', Day.

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7 14 21 28

Western Fair. Lond on. Sept. 3路 12.

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La bour Day.

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ATHLETIC HOMECOMING '82 An nua l Meeting. HA FA Alumni

AMOCla tion.

U . of G . Senate meeting .

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12

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Toronto. Nov. 11路21.

16

15

14

17

18

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20

24

25

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U . of G . Senate meetin g.

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U. of G. Senate meeting.

26

Boxing Day. ' .

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Start the New Year off with a firm resolution to participate in alumni programs during 1983.


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5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

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6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

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6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

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6 13 20 27

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SEPTEMBER 1983 T W T

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7 14 21 28

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DECEMBER 1983 T T W

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Guelph Alumnus Magazine, Calendar Issue 1982