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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 19, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HttAlD 31 Graduating with1 distinction Fifteen U of L students are graudating 'with distinction', a high scholastic honor. Nine are in arts and science and six in education. They are: In education Keith Ash- ton of Medicine Hat. Susan Kathleen Deering of Lethbridge. Sandra Anne Forbes of Blairmore. Brian Lkxyd of Lethbridge. Dorothy Janet McLeod of Lethbridge. Dwayne Alan Skoye of Warburg, IK-W living in Leth- bridge. In arts and science John Allan Bell of Stirling. Robert Samuel Best of Lethbridge. Geoffrey John Tagg of Foremost. Joanne M. Pritchard of Lethbridge. Janice Helland of Leth- bridge. Bohumir Fiala of Leth- bridge. Catherine Elian Blexard of Lethbridge. Carolyn Ann Cunningham of Lethbridge. Barbara Margarete Watson of Bow Island. Togetherness Attending university is one form of for several Southern Alberta couples receiving degrees from the U of L this spring. One such couple it Lortlli and James Craig, (left) two Lethbridge teachers. "Convocation will be a family affair for says Mrs. Craig. "We're taking our two sons (aged 13 and 15) to the convocation banquet. "They're quite accustomed to having parents who go to adds Mrs Craig. "I hope we're setting- a good example for them." Lorelli Craig, a native of Barons, is o business education teacher at Lethbridge Community College. Mr. Craig, originally from Carman- gay, teaches social studies at Fleetwood Bawden School in "Everyone has been kidding comment's Mr. Craig. "It has taken me 20 years to get my B.Ed, de- gree because I enrolled in courses between raising the children." A second couple receiving B.Ed, degrees Andrea and Keith Ashton of Medicine Hat. Mrs. Ashton is an elementary music teacher, her husband teaches up- per elementary and 'junior high school mathematics and science. Mr. Ashton graduated from the U of L with dis- tinction. Also receiving B.Ed, degrees are Denis and Wini- fred McCarthy of Fort Ma.cleod. Parents of a one-year old child, both teach on the Blood Indian Reserve. Mrs. McCarthy is a kindergarten teacher who was raised in Ireland and studied early childhood education in London. Mr. McCarthy is a teacher of grade five and six courses. The couple came Jo Canada from Great Britain in 1969 and became interested in teaching native children. They began as part-time students at the U of L in 1970, taking so many summer and evening classes that they completed their three-year degrees in two-year's time. Another couple receiving their B.A. degree at the U of L's sixth convocation ore Diane and Terry BeJanger of Lethbridge, majoring in psychology and economics respectively. Real scholar This has been the 'year of the scholarship' for U of L graduarod HELEN BURGESS (right) of Lethbridge. Named earlier this spring as the recipient of a post-grad- uate scholarship from the National Resea.-ch Council of Canada, Miss Burgess has this month 'been named winner of the U of L President's Research Scholarship in Arts and Science. Bornv raised and educated in Leihbridge, she plans to put her consider- able scholastic ability to good use this fall when she enters the Ph.D. program at the University of British Columbia, majoring in bio-organic chemistry. During the summer months Helen will work in the U of L chemistry lab and complete the research project which won her the President's Scholarship. She is studying the effect of Vitamin E (found in substances such as wheat germ) on the oxidation of Vitamin C. "Vitamin E is quite a controversial substance, right says Helen. "There have been a lot of claims made about its medicinal qualities. she adds modestly, "that I will learn a lot more from my own research than others will learn from me. I'll be using a lot of new techniques; I'm kind of excited about it I've never done a re- search project on rny own before." The 21-year-old student has three years of heavy work ahead of her since she will be combining both M.A. and Ph.D. study in her three- year program something only an excellent student can attempt. Family affair The U of L 1973 convocation was a triply important occasion for the Meliefste fam- ily of Coaldale. Not cne, not two, but three members of the family donned cap and gown today. Receiving degrees were MRS. CORNELIA MELIEFSTE and her son Cornelius, 21, and daughter (below) INGA, 20. Mrs. Meliefste and her son received their B.A. de- grees, Inga her B.Ed. Having three members of the same family attending university at one time caused no problems, says Mrs. Meliefste who attended on a part-time basis while her children were full-time students. "I think quite often, having three of us attend- ing at the same time was an she adds. "We were able to help each other and talk things over whenever we had a problems." Mrs. Meliefste, who teaches at Immaruuel Christian School in Lethbridge, says her husband Peter is proud to have three graduands in the family. "He's happy that we're all she says, "al- though sometimes in the past he might have felt a bit left-out because we all haej the same interests." Mrs. Meliefste has already received her B.Ed, from the U of L, while her son is now working towards his. Inga Meliefste hopes to teach in British Columbia this fall. The graduands: Faculty of education David Victor Allison, Evansburq; Deborah Alana Ames, Pincher Creek; Elizabeth Vivian Anderson, Andrea Ashton, Medicine Hat; Keith Reginald Ashton, with distinction. Medicine Hat: Jan Charles Atwood, Provost; Shirley H. Bascom, Ruth Bennett, Carston; Trevor Bertram James Bennett, Ros- lyn Louise Kelly Beswick, Spring Cou- lee; Linda Jean Boras, Coaldale; Mary Louise Brlzinello, Taber; John H. Broc- klesby, Vauxhall; Nelda Caroline Bul- lock. Douglas Darryl Burns, Brooks; Mi- chael Cassel, Havre, Montana; Penny Dell Cochlan, Stavely; Brian A. Cook, James Arthur Craig, Lorelli Fay Craig, Leland Charles Crapo, Susan Kathleen Deering, with distinction; Mohan Deosaran, Princes Town, Trini- dad; Sarah Sidonie DeVloo, Bow Isl- and. Judy Dow, Maria Thercsla Drazek, Jean Elaine Dunlop; Granum; Dorothy Jane Dyck, Coaldale; Ethel Elchhorn, Grassy Lake> Mavis E. Erno, Spring Coulee; WIHa T. Fedor, Barnwell; Heli Ferguson, Fort McMurray; Peter Law- rie Fitzgerald with great distinction, Blairmore; Sandra Ann? Forbes, with distinction, Blairmore; Dorothy Lltch- field Orpha Fraser, Derald Don Fretts, Grant Doug- las Frier, Blairmore; Ian W. Fry, with great distinction, Warburg; Linda Val- erie Fury. Alberta Patricia Geldreich Fore- most; Leroy Goodreau, Pincher Creek; Lorna Diane Gordon, Redcliff; Mar- garet Rose E. Grigel, Bellevue; Gwen Janie Hansen, Norman Wilfred Heeb- ner, Richard Harold Hofer, Bow Is- land; Jean Horricks, Edmonton; Beryl Joyce Hornberger, Coalnurst; Mary- Jane Hovind, Taber; Leslie Aubrey Klause, Julia Ann KOvacs. Lynda May Kunsman, Ester Leda Kupsch, Westlock; Celia Lalome Lay- cock, William Lemisko, Taber; John Gordon Leskosky, Brian Lloyd, with distinction; Jacqueline Andrea Luco, Pincher Creek; Sam Mike Lysjk, Mun- dare; Linda Frances MacDonald, Ken- neth Oliver Mack, Sharon Leigh Mal- ec. Fort Macleod; Silvio Anthony Man- tello, Dolly E. Martin Denis Terence McCarthy, Fort Macleod; W. Teresa McCarthy, Fort Macleod; Dor- othy Janet McLeod, with" distinction; N. Louise Medicine Hal; Ann Marguerite McNaney, Foremost. Melanie Mae Meheden, Inga D. J F. Meliefste, Coaldale; Florida Blanco Montemayor, Cardston; Pamela Mar- garet Mattress, Altha Mary Neilson, Alix; B. Nadiene Nielsen, Barnwell; Kerry Jean Neumann, Fort Macleod; Thomas C. O'Hanlon, Coaldale; Del- bert E. Olsen, Vulcan; Beverley Ar- lene Olson, Medstead, Sask. Following is a complete list of students who received degrees during convocation ceremonies at the University of Lethbridge this af- ternoon. All are from Lethbridge or have listed their mailing address as being in the city, unless olherwise specified. Harley Katherine Oseen, Turin; Wil- liam Richard Persiey, Vauxhall; Emma Norma Pestano, Alice R. Pels, Elaine Elnora Peterson, Welling; Rob- ert John Pisko, Noela Francoise Pru- sak, Robert Clyde Rasmussen, Ma- grsth; Stewart Howard Reed, Noble- ford; Manorie E. Rigajx, Pincher Creek; Margaret Rohovie, Bryan John Rosenfelt, Robert Allan Seaman, Ta- her; Gerald Peter Sellingcr, Medicine Hat. Carol Ann Sheen, Cardston; Jan- ette Alexandra McLean Sheets, with great distinction. Picture Butte; Hazel Genevieve Simpson, Bow Island; Dwayne Alan Skoye, with dinstinction, Warburg; Michael Dean Slavich, Colin Smith, Canmore; Betty Ann Staples, Milk River; Roxy J. Stevenson, 611 Stratulat, Alice Marguerite Sundy, Hines Creek; Mary Catherine Swan- son, Fort Macleod; Barbara Ann Tay- lor, Clayton Walter Tillotson, Medi- cine Hat; Beverley Joyce Thompson. Carole Ann Tratch, Frances Gall Vanderbeek, Barbara Gwen Walker, Danielle Therese Wantuch, Mayor- thorpe; Maxima Aviles Wayne, John H. Wevers, Fort Macleod; Wilma Julie Wiebe, Valerie Allyn Wheeler, Lorna Marie Williams, Lundbreck; Karen Linn Wilson, Frances Gertrude Mary Wilson, Taber; Stewart Ernest Wiiid- rum, Ronald Jake Wollersheim, Milk River, (Helen) Dolores Wolosuk, Vauxhall; Donna Darlene Zahn, Schu- ler; Frank D. Zanoni, Nobleford; Jack Leonard Zobell, Raymond. Faculty of Arts and Science Robert Bruce Allan, Wayne Clare Anderson, Brian Gregory Atkinson, Sandra Gaye Bolcovske, Elmer Ar- thur Bareham, Taber; Victoria Vivian Baster, Harold Kenneth Beaulieu, Di- ane Catherine Belanger, Terrance Leo Bclander, John Allan Bell, Stirling, wtth distinction; Timothy A. Bell. Robert Samuel Best, with distnc- tion, Catherine Ellen Blezard, with distinction, Janet Boucher, Magrath; Neil Edward Boyden, James Brian Brindley, Helen Diana Burgess, John A. Byrne, Gary Arthur Caldwell, Lynne Sinclair Carlson, Stewart R. Cav- anaugh, Smokey Lake; Donald Wil- liam Chandler, Yuk-San Cheng. David Michael Clemis, Merna Jean Colernan, Western Samoa; Eric Bruce Corenblum, Carolyn Ann Cunningham, with distinction; Jay J. L. Dahlgren, Vancouver; Wilfred Archie Dalton, Ronold John Deak, Deanne Louise Dearmg, William James Dewar, Daryl Howard Dick, Trcchu; Kenneth Brian Dobbs, Pincher Creek. Glenn Thomas Dogteram, Reginald T. Dumont, Richard A. Dunn, Atha- basca; Elsie Marion Elder, Lois Rao Enman, Taber; Jeremy Michael Eth- erington, Ian David Excell, Bow Isl- and; Eileen Margaret Ferguson, Col- leen Berrrice Ferrel, Calgary.-Leonard James Feme, Bohurnlr Fiala, with dis- tinction; Vladimir Fiala, Elizabeth Joan Fitzgerald, Blairmore; Annette Colleen Freeman, Craig Leland Gait, Glenn Brian Gardner, Robert Francis Gemmel, Richard David Gibbs, Co- qultlam, B.C.; Carol Ann Gibson, Sharon Ruth GIduk, Dennis N. Griffith, Philip Gogollnski, Orlone. Wendy Jane Hales, Lind Carol Har- mon, Janice Helland, with distinction; Morgan Whitney Heninger, Picture Butte; Donald Edward Hofman, Rose- mary Louise Howard, Fort St. John, B.C.; Kenneth M. J. Ikle, Brian Douglas Jackson, Comox, B.C.; Victor Januszewskl, Jennifer Rosemary Jeri- cho, Beverley Ann Johnson, Michael Lee Johnson, Calgary; Peter E. John- son, Okotoks. Reglna Alice Klllinger, Taber; Allan R. Klrnmel, Karnerlne Antonla Kovacs, Karol Kslazek, Edmonton; Heather Ann Kucheran, Patrick George Kuhl, Ronald La Fournle, Wirasurya John Lay, Ruby Doris Lester, Wayne Sta- ley Ronald Lyon, Nanton; Donald M. Marshall, Jane Anne McDonald, Jud- ith Karen Mclntosh, Peter Gregory 'McLsuglln, Cornelia Mellefsle, Coal- dale; Cornelius Coaldale; Tom Menard, St. Jean, Quebec; ryn Joan Merrill, Hillsprlng; Richard Montalbettl, Oleman. Harold Norman Moodie, R. Neilson, Brooks; Donald Oliver Nel- son, Claresholm; Earl R. Nilsson, Ed- monton; Samuel D. Perverseff, Frank John Pigat, Thomas Vaughan Price, Joanne M. Prtichard, with distinction; Rick A. Raesler, David George Redel, Taber; Mcrril Elmo Roberts, Grsnf Edward Robinson, Gary John Rohaly, Kennth G. Runge, with great distinc- tion; David William Sager, Inuvik, N.W.T.; Margaret Sakon, Richard Sev- eryne Schott, Valentina Violet Shore, Clark Russell Sloan. David Austin Smith, Scott Snow, Brenda U R. Sopow, Mary Virginia Spanbauer, Terry Lee Stetn, Geoffrey John Tagg, with distinction. Foremost; Neil James Taylor, Calgary; Bryon Lee Templeton, Ronald M. Thomas, Red Deer; Harold Floyd Thompson, Brian David Thomson, St. Paul; Rich- ard Steele Tollestrup, Stephen Anthony Ulrich, Calgary; Egldio John Vuch, Barbara Margarete Watson with dis- tinction, Bow Island; Brian Lee West- hora, Abbotsford, B.C.; Ruth Holly Wight, James Blair Wilde, Welling; Susan Wilkie, Irwin William Wyrot- tok, Roy Shulche Yano, Coaldale. Fine Arts Robert John Webb, ;