MANNING CLUB Promotes Campus Activities
Front Row: Robert F. Cavanaugh, Steve Panther, Don McClimon, Mike Metz, John Wright, David Salois, Steve Drish, Michael Spieker-
meir, Jim Parizek, Bob Scanlan, John Schumacher, Jack Wombacher, Joe Meyer, Paul…
Front Row: Jerome Noll, Vingene Martens, Charles Roeder. Back Row: Paul Freund, Jim
Ruzeck, Michael Ryan.
James Faso, Vice-President; Dennis Huyvaert, President; Jerome Noll, Secretary-Treasurer.
CHAPEL ASSISTANTS Serve Student Community
Front Row: Tim Ponsonby, John Demme, John Guss, Jim Hathaway. Middle Row: Jerry
Lawson, Art Misner, Larry Lucas, James Shiegel. Back Row: Mike Kent, Tom Leeds,
Bill Hansen, Rich Yates.
That light we see is…
SAGA FOOD SERVICE
Front Row: Bob Galligan, David Vittetoe, Mr. John Hurst, Manager, Mike Ruff us, Bob Casey. Second Row: Dale Schrad, Jim Whalen, Leo
Munoz, Kenneth Hassing, Everett Gibbens, Kenton Scott. Third Row: Donald Toohill, Brian Cousen, Ron…
YOUNG REPUBLICANS Build Political Awareness
In the belief that political awareness is requisite to a liberal education, the Young Republicans have
ranged through a wide spectrum of
In this most active year club membership…
YOUNG DEMOCRATS Support Local Party Work
Aware of the purposes of the
Young Democrats, to further the
ideals of the Democratic Party and
to support local party members in
their campaigns, members respond to
the call through active participation
OAKS - Volume 31
A yearbook is a yearbook is a yearbook, and by any other name it remains just that, a year book.
It attempts to place the year before its readers. And, mirabile dictu,
it takes just about a year to do it.
The 1965 Oaks was conceived…
Accent on Community and College
technical decisions to make: amount
of color to be used, what weight of
paper, cover design, three column
format, etc. ad infinitem.
The summer's months brought a
vacation to most of the staff. But
Mert Hart, art…
The Ambrosian News, student
newspaper, rededicated itself to a
twofold but inter-related concept of
service: to the student body and to
the staff members. By complete, well
delivered news stories, feature articles and editorial columns, the Ambrosian…
News Demands Literature Under Pressure
KEN WOLF, editor for 1963-64, established
the News as an All-American rated paper.
This year Wolf retired to be "editor
emeritus" and served as the writer of
the popular "Sounding Board" column.