Feb. 15, 2001
Vol. 20 No. 10

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    University contributors to United Way campaign surpass goal

    The University’s “Giving to Help Campaign” for the United Way and Other Charities raised $313,500 this year, well over the goal of $300,000.

    Each year, the campaign features a raffle of prizes, for which every contributor is automatically eligible. This year’s prize winners are:

    Grand Prize: A $500 gift certificate toward travel on United Airlines (donated by Navigant International): Victor Golden––Real Estate Operations

    Two three-month memberships to the Regents Club health club (donated by Regents Park by the Clinton Companies): Marvin Zonis––Graduate School of Business, Dorothy Frazier––Physical Sciences Division

    Two one-month memberships to the Regents Club health club (donated by Regents Park by the Clinton Companies): J. Peter May––Mathematics, James Vaughan––University Library

    A weekend in the VIP Suite at Regents Park (donated by Regents Park by the Clinton Companies): Spencer Bloch––Mathematics

    Two deli trays worth up to $25 each from Market in the Park (donated by Regents Park by the Clinton Companies): Janet Mather––University Library, Patrick Corrigan––Psychiatry

    A paid day off (subject to departmental approval): Dianne Yurco––Center for East Asian Studies

    Parking Pass for an entire year (donated by Facilities Services): Michael Stein––Statistics

    Two tickets to a Chicago Blackhawks home game at the United Center (donated by the Chicago Blackhawks): Katie Trumpener––Germanic Studies

    Three gift certificates for the Ultimate Wash (donated by Quality Car Wash): Elizabeth Helsinger––English Language & Literature, Alfred Scrutchings––Residence Halls & Commons Auxiliaries, Amy Goldstein––Pediatrics

    Gift certificate for a free massage (donated by The Massage Therapy Center): John Flaherty––Medicine

    Three $100 gift certificates for any purchase at the campus computer stores (donated by University Computing Organizations): Richard Connelly––Press Journals, Timothy Orr––Real Estate Operations, Daniel Schuch––Real Estate Operations

    Two athletic passes for the 2001 Winter, Spring and Summer Quarters (donated by Physical Education & Athletics): Judd Johnson––Biological Sciences Division, Sally Blount-Lyon––Graduate School of Business

    One pair of tickets to the production of Trevor Griffith’s Piano or William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, running from Saturday, March 31 through Monday, June 18 (donated by Court Theatre): Rosalie Resch––Physical Education

    Two pair of tickets for the Clerks Group, March 2 performance (donated by The University of Chicago Presents): Sheila Hohmann––Physical Sciences Division, Ivan Torres––Psychiatry

    Two pair of tickets for Sergio & Odair Assad, April 6 performance (donated by The University of Chicago Presents): Hildegund Ratcliffe––Humanities Collegiate Division, Susan Art––the College

    Two pair of tickets for Alla Francesca, April 20 performance (donated by The University of Chicago Presents): Sarah Lehman––Lab Schools, Janet Lisak–– Orthopedics

    Four $25 gift certificates to Mark Bires Catering: S. Suchec––Real Estate Operations, Diane Parks––Chemistry, Larry Dixon––Special Programs-College Preparation, Allen Sanderson––Economics

    Two gift certificates for dinner for two at the Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop (donated by Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop): Arieh Konigl––Astronomy & Astrophysics, Heber Macmahon––Radiology

    A “Dewar’s” jacket, leather and wool (donated by Gold Standard Enterprises): Michael Turner––Astronomy & Astrophysics

    An Azalea plant (donated by Cornell Florist): Kathleen Forde––the College

    Five one-year memberships, with tote bags, to the Oriental Institute: Roger Domras––Press Journals, Michelle Wong––Staff Benefits, Margaret Norbeck––Divinity School, George Glauberman––Mathematics, Rosemary Hayes––Special Programs

    Three Chicago Bulls Yearbooks (donated by The Chicago Bulls): Jeanne Robinson––School of Social Service Administration, Richard Rosengarten––Divinity School, Peter Hutchinson––Molecular Genetics & Cell Biology