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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta may me LC i Played through university Two degrees Graduating with two degrees gives a person a number of options for the future says 23-year old Carmen And Mr. Ostero speaks from experience he received both BA and BEd degrees during U of L convocation ceremonies today. Friends advised him to wear comfortable shoes since he had to trek across the stage twice to receive his two diplomas from U of L James Oshiro. Born in Mr. Ostero left Alberta temporarily for Fort St. B.C. where he obtained his high school education. He knew southern the idea of a smaller university appealed to and the Registrar's Office promptly to his request for in- formation. His choice of the U of L as the location for his post-secondary education seemed only natural. were days when I could have withdrawn and chucked the whole says Ostero about his five years of concentrated which he combined with part-time work in the U of L library. smallness of the U of L is a great he adds. feel like part of a big family here students get a lot of individual Mr. Ostero majored in political science for his Arts and Science degree and in elementary eduation for his BEd. He hasn't yet decided which degFse he will in pursuing his but hopes to continue living in southern Alberta. Twenty-two year old Frank Gnandt .played his way through University. That's not to say he didn't take his studies seriously. However he used the proceeds from his Frankly to pay his tuition fees at the U of L for four years. play every kind of music from old- time waltzes to says Mr. Gnandt by way of explaining the popularity of his band in local dance and cabaret circles. enjoy playing a Born and raised in Mr. Gnandt has been musically oriented as long as he can remember. He plays the organ and accordian and is one of the lead singers in the band. Although the Frankly Brothers played at dances nearly every Friday and Saturday Mr. Gnandt was able to keep up with his studies. just a matter of having a schedule and keeping to he says. was really the worst month of the because then we played at so many Christmas An arts and science Mr. Gnandt majored in geography and pol- itical science. He plans to attend graduate school this at either the university of Toronto or Al- specializing in urban studies. What about the all be going our separate says Mr. with a trace of regret. guess we'll miss playing but I'll probably need most of my spare time to pursue my studies this Just to keep the record Mr. Gnandt explains Frankly originated with the union of two sets of brothers and two musicians named Frank. Changed Her Lifestyle It's not the degree I obtained'as much as what University did for my outlook on life that I value most of exults Alyce a U of L graduand who 'went back to school' as a mature student in 1970. changed my whole lifestyle I'm now able to support myself while working in a profession I really says Ms. Legrandeur who has taught drama and language- arts at-Gilbert Paterson Junior High School since last fall. should have the chance to obtain more education if they want she says. Ms. LeGrandeur had worked in a bank for several year prior to entering University. Her desire for a more challenging and satisfying profession led to her decision to become a student. entered University in 1970 and stayed until I'd recalls Ms. LeGrandeur. was exciting for but I found it extremely frightening as well. I found out later that most mature students lack con- fidence. It took me at least two semesters to settle down and actually enjoy my classes I was ter- rified of failing and couldn't believe I'd do When I first began my daughter and son were both on campus. Although we didn't attend the same it was great to be to- gether. I owe much of my success to their support and she says. Faculty of arts and science From Trinidad Karhal Mankee picked the worst time of the year to im- migrate to Canada winter. And he picked one of the worst cities Following are the names of students who were to receive degrees today at spring convocation at the University of Lethbridge. All are from unless otherwise noted. Dianne Mary Androkovich. Robert Andrew Christopher Robin Anton. Allan Leroy Shirley May Robert L. Dee Winton Brooks. Robert Naaman Budd. Lee Bullock Kim Alexander Douglas Duncan Colwell. Kenneth J. W. John George Medicine Douglas Burris Dickson. Ralph Earl Howard Thomas Dudley. Magrath. Susan Mary Timothy James Firth. Walter Blair Roy J. Picture Frank Ralph John Warwick Gordon William Maureen Katsuyo Hatanaka. Timothy Ross Hans Hulstein. Philip Illingworth. Ralph Lewis Billings. Grant L. Karin Rosemarie Kenneth Wayne John Seargeant Jacqueline Ruth Knight. Vincent Alan Picture Jolane Anne Lavkulich. Mark Joseph John Clarence Kamal C. Tania Hazel Medicine John Robert Lawrence Alexander Gordon John Derek Foremost. Ronald Denis Roy Kent Donald M. Carmen Donald Fort St. Lome James Owen. Ernest Patricia Lynn Parks. Frank Michael Fort Richard Heninger Peterson. Robert Brian William Lee Fay Doreon Jenny George Allan Rayner. Medicine John Victor Randy A. Cardston. Craig Robertson. Barbara Gary Alan Schmidt. Helen Maria Thomas Elizabeth Joan Shaskin. Donald H. Fort Saskatchewan. Sidney S. Shugai'man. Edmonton. Darwin David David Alan Frank Mathew Smerek. Arthur William Calvin Louis Gordon Edward Surbey. MaryJean Thomson. Ted James Tillack. Robert James Jan A. van Alan John Bow Judity Ann Melita. Mona M. Rodney Gibson Wilbur New F. Michael Linda Anne Geary Stephen Vauxhall. Faculty of education Maureen Anne Pincher Jane Dee Allen. Flora Mary Darshan Kaur Gunnild F. Janice Lee Andreachuk. C. Ross James H. Judy Fort Macleod. Robert Glen Bell. Deitra Rae Diane Lynn Blanchard. Bow Lorraine Anne Judily Darlene Jane Ann Margaret Brengie. Ellensc irg. Wash. Sheila G. Brooks. Helen L. Broiv John Elrov Edward Picture Christine Donnalee Antoinette Frances I. Sharon Lynda D'Andrea. Robert William Elma Violet Maureen Leslie Mary-Ellen Vaughan William J. Dorothy Helen Endresen. Rita Louise Grande Gordon Richard Grimshaw. Rex Allen Rocky Mountain Lynette William James Linda Louise Medicine Donna May Grieser. Gerald Norman Gregory L. Hales. David Lawrence Raymond. Lorene Jacqueline Cecile HawrelaK. Rocky Mountain Linda Elizabeth Hayes. Cyril Alphonza Haynes. Annalee Violet Mae Josephine Purple Marillyn Lee Calgary. Josef A. Sharon Louise Linda Colleen Sharon Jones. Debra Lvnne Anthony Mary Annette Marian Jean Kuht. Carole Mary Fort Alyce Elizabeth Edward A. C. Yvonne Rosemarie Grant R. Lonseth. Leonard J. Lorenz. W. Lester Loucks. Jacqueline Thomson Lund. Ruth Evelyn James Gin Kong Yvonne Marie-Paule Richard G. Shirley Marie Mayeske. Dixie Jane Hicnara Uoiflwen Douglas Fraser Milk River. Marion Maureen Thomas Alexander Milne. Eulogio Gajc John E. G. Brenda Louise Morgan. Margaret Ann Roderick Morrice. Sister Mary Murphy. Cal R. Carmen Donald Ostero. Fort St. Alzona Dena Maureen Patricia Helga Alice Pepneck. Bonnie Joy Pelherbridge. Louise Rose Medicine Ella Jean Hazel Victoria Adeline Marie Rachynski. Helen R. Reynolds. Harold L. Waterton Susan Roberta Rogers. Hettley Christina Rojek. Blairmore. Roberta Marlene Teresa Rozycki. Henha Ruth Medicine Kathleen Elaine James Rodnay Sanford. Rocky Mountain Ingrid Marie Schelter. Lome G. Loretta Schwartzenberger. Picture Butte. Marilyn Joan Hazel Beatrice Simmons. Medicine Harvey George Simpson. Elaine A. Elaine Heather Mae Stenbeck. Rita L. Irma E. Stratuiat. Coronation. Harold Wayne Marjorie Sylvia Agnes Strom. Bow Alice Rena Dunedin. New Sophie Teresa Janey van Coaldale. Bird M. Van Roy Alfred Vare. Helen Joan Virglnillo. George Paul Helen Florence Fort Pieternella Grace Weekes. Dale Lome Anje Bouwine Wierenga. Carman. Man. Debroah Wynne Fort Kenneth J. lla Jacqueline Bertha Lloyd Satoru Yamagishi. in the country in which to spend a winter Winnipeg. undaunted by his first frigid in- troduction to the Canadian way of life in he has since weather- ed all the elements can offer. Graduating from the U of L this spring with a BA in economics and Mr. Mankee says he has 'no regrets' about his de- cision to study at a smaller Can- adian university. would say my education has been better at the U of L because students get more personal attention he ex- plains. like the semester too that was one of the reasons I came to Although he joined school friends in Winnipeg when he most of Mr. Mankee's family still lives in Trini- dad. He cites educational opport- unity as one of his main reasons for moving he says the schooling in Trinidad is modelled on the British system which doesn't give individual students very much free- dom of choice. This Mr. Man- kee will begin graduate studies in public finance and regional econo- mics at the University of Western where he has received a teaching assistantship. ;