THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1976 Graduation Held At Ferris State BIG RAPIDS -- Degrees and certificates were granted to 2.870 graduates of Ferris Slate College during the 1975-76 academic year. Students completing their programs of study during the year were eligible to participate in Ihe traditional Commencement exercises May 22. An honorary degree was awarded during the exercises fo Victor F. Spathelf, Ferris President Emeritus, who had served as head of the institution for 18 of its first 20 years as a state college. Among those receiving degrees and certificates were from Holland P h y l l i s Andringa, AAA, commercial art; Robert A. Barkema, AAS, radiological technology; William J. Bench, AAS, refrigeration, heating and air conditioning; James E. DeVries. BS, data processing: Timothy De Witt, BS, business administration and AAS marketing; Celeste M. Fabiano, BS. finance; James P. Folkerl. AAS radio television service; Noe Garza, AAS nuclear medicine; Scott A. Greving, AAS, architectural drafting with distinction; Kurt A. Haveman. AAS, technical drafting and Certificate technical drafting-retail; and Barbara A. Jacobs, AAS executive secretarial. Also from Holland are Steven M. Karafa, BS. public admin- istration; Jerry G. Kreuze, BS, accounting with highest distinction; Gail J. Kirlin, AAS, social service general; Jeffrey P. Kruithoff, BS, law enforcement; John A. Kruithoff, BS, law enforcement; Randall W. Lubbers, AAS, machine tool with distinction; Thomas A. Miersma, IBS, trade technical education, [Thomas H. Nyhof, AAS, refrigeration, heating and air conditioning with distinction: Lloyd J. Redder, BS. marketing -.sales; Duane L. Rumrill, AAS, auto body; David L. Schuitema, BS. accounting with highest distinction; Richard C. Sherburne, I AAS, radio television service; Marc A. Sprik, AAS, mechanical engineering; and Scott A. Spykerman. AAS. technical drafting and certificate technical drafting -- retail. Also from Holland William K. Stokes. BS, business admiiv ilstration and AAS higher ac- I counting: Thomas Tubergen, 'AA, ornamental horticulture; Augustin Cruz Torres, BS. human services; Jack W. Van ' Dyke. AAS, heavy equipment i service with distinction; Randall D. Van Eyck, AAS. heavy equipment service; Steven J. Vanderby, AAS. nuclear medi- jcine; David S. Vanderham, ' AAS, building construction tech- inician; Larry G. Vanderwege, heavy equipment service: Ste- I ven j. Vogelzang, BS, marketing -- sales; Larry D. Weener, BS, pharmacy; Jeffrey A. Worthy, AAS, radiological technology; and Bruce C. Wyckoff, AAS, pre-pharmacy. Degrees and certificates were awarded to the following Zeeland residents Chris DeVries, AAS, technical illustration with high distinction; Timothy D. Huyser, AAS, nuclear medicine; Mary L. Jacoby, AAS, optom- letry technology; Michael J. JMast. AAS, auto service; , A. Pyle, BS. data processing , with distinction; Calvin D. Van- 'denbosch, BS, accounting; Lau- jra J. Veldheer, AAS, commer- |CiaI art; Kathryn R. Venema, i AAS, dental hygene with high [distinction; and Eric Verhagen, 'AAS, auto body. Other area graduates include , Marvin G. Behrens, Jr., AAS, auto body with high distinction; Dorothy L. Den Houten, AAS, optometry technology; Howard J. Herrick, Certificate, welding with high distinction; Kent D. Spoolstra, AAS, heavy equipment service; and Thomas J. Victory, AAS, architectural drafting; all of Hudsonville; and Michael H. Feyen, AAS, heavy equipment service, of i West Olive. Motorcyclist Injured j Justin Harkema, 48. of Reno-! both, N M., was injured while riding a motorcycle in the area of Castle Park in Allegan county's Laketown township. Authorities said he was admitted to Holland Hospital at about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday with a dislocated hip and was listed in ''good'' condition today.