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a great deal of zest to the hall for the three years he was

there.

In 1984

is

currently

in

Mr. his

Eddy was succeeded by Mr. Tim Schroer third and final year as hall director

who

(Bassuener, 1986). Up until now, Laux has seen nine head residents come

and

go.

With

each

change

there

has

been

a

constant

growth

in the program within the hall making it a "pork bowl"

of delight for those lucky enough to reside in the hall.

Wentz

Named after Anna B. Wentz, a one time biology teacher

at the University, Wentz Hall joined the ranks of state owned

dormitories

in

1964.

It

was

built

as

yet

another

living

facility

for

women.

Mrs.

Florence

Hazelhurst,

fresh

from

Wilder

Hall,

became

the

first

housemother

in

Wentz.

She

"truly enjoyed" her seven years in Trowbridge and "fondly

looks

back

on

those

years".

She

retired

after

the

1970-1971

school year (Hazelhurst, 1987). In 1971, Mary Adams along with her husband Steve, became

the

new

head

residents

in

Wentz.

They

really

relished

the

opportunity to relate to the students and were successfully

able

to

do

so.

They

moved

over

to

Drake

Hall

the

following

year.

In

1972,

Doris

Baures,

previously

in

both

Laux

and

the

helm.

She

enjoyed

Coate,

took

over

time

in

Wentz.

She

the

of

her

residents

"loved

every

minute"

interaction

with

the

very much and was readily willing to offer a listening ear.

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