"My golf pal and I went on a golf trip across the northern states in late August last year. We started in Rochester, N.Y., where we played a couple of rounds of golf. Then we came to Angola. I always wanted to play the campus course, Zollner, but hadn′t had the chance.
It was a beautiful golf course, and we enjoyed playing it. In fact, it rained on us when we were playing hole number 17, but we drove under a tree and waited it out so we could finish. I have played golf at the course southwest of town and at Lake James, but neither compares to Zollner. I only wish it had been there when I was a student.
I bought a Trine golf bag after we finished playing, and have been using it ever since. I am proud to advertise our school. After we finished the round, I toured campus. It is truly a beautiful place, and totally different from when I attended in the early ′60s.
After leaving Angola, we went on to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and across to North Dakota, and then back home via Iowa and Missouri. We played six more courses in those states. Zollner Golf Course was the best course we played on that entire trip! I will always remember my first round there, and hope to play it again soon. I am thinking about a stay-and-play package next time."
Wiley Knott, EE ′63
Visitors are welcome anytime at Trine. Schedule your trip to campus today by clicking here or book your tee time, or stay-and-play package, by visiting Zollner Golf Course at www.trine.edu/zollner.
Welcome to the sixth installment of our Tbolt trivia contest. With each issue of the Tbolt, a trivia question about our University will be asked. In order to compete and win from our stack of different prizes, the only thing you have to do is reply to email@example.com with the subject line: Tbolt Trivia and submit your answer.
Congrats to the winner from last issue′s trivia contest – John Peters, CE ′78. WEAX FM 88.3 was established in 1978. Thank you to all for sending in your answers!
This issue, we want to test your knowledge on past campus hangouts.
What was the name of the diner located on the corner of Park and Darling Streets?
If you know the answer to this trivia question, send it to us by Sept. 10, 2010 (only one submission per participant), and you will be entered to win Trine gear.
With preseason football polls placing the Thunder among top–tier NCAA Division III teams, and the new Fred Zollner Athletic Stadium to serve four sports, Trine University fan frenzy will reach fever pitch this fall. What better time to take advantage of Trine′s online Tgear Store to stock up on Thunder clothing and other fan regalia?
Shoppers can link to the Tgear Store from the bottom of all home pages on the Trine University website, or visit trine.edu/tgear for all things Thunder, including T–shirts, sweatshirts, kids′ clothes, hats, caps, cups, jackets, flags, blankets, throws and other items. New inventory will be added on a regular basis.
Options to phone, fax or e-mail Tgear orders are spelled out on the page, with an online purchase option coming soon. All sales from the website benefit Trine Athletics. Those who are looking for bargains, watch for the Deal of the Month!
In addition to the website, Trine "fanfare" can be purchased at most athletic events.
Shout out! We want to hear from you! Do you have a great story or fond memory? Did a professor change your life? Please write in and tell us about it.
"Wow! Everywhere I look is another improvement to a campus that holds fond memories for both me and my husband, Rex. And now we are here with my daughter, Claire, for her freshman registration. It′s the same comfortable campus, but so much more improved!"
Lisa Russakoff Gilman, ENG ′81