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ARROW 1 979 



Lycoming College 
Williamsport, Pennsylvania 






To sea — new faces sail . 



What shall their years prove? 
Some learn their lessons well 
And soar to the stars. 
Others shall fail . . . and return 
Unchanged. 

What of friends, of hearts they touch? 
They are the only mercy in the icy voyage. 
To have gone untouched is to have gone 
Nowhere. 

What memories has the journey given them? 

Love, pain, hate, and joy — 

What do they know of these? 

Those who have never known the feelings of man 

Have known nothing. 

With a mind made wise, a heart made glad, 
And a memory made rich, the survivors 
Sail on . . . 

— J.F.E.II 



Look back between the lines for spots of time — the stilled moments of holidays and yesterdays and dreams. Before 
and after photographs show how to pass from reaching to believing; linking experience to knowledge. The lines are 
our way of framing the high times. So look back between the lines for those that can be called "my" times. Look back 
between the lines. 



Table of Contents 



Opening 4 

Dedication 8 

Administration 10 

Faculty 18 

Organizations 30 

Sports 60 

Seniors 92 

Activities (Student Life) 1 24 

Finances 1 56 




Hit the books, hit hard, break the machine, beat the 
system, pound the clay, question and re-question, search 
and re-search — all become an endless stream of motion 
and emotion. Both alone and conspiring, we rise from 
freshman to senior, each on our own journey, hoping that 
somebody out there is on our side. And in between, we 



try to "one-up" the profs while they try to "one-up" us. 

The times of being alone and the times of being 
together center on the photographs, the "Close Encoun- 
ters" and the Close-Ups. 





Photographs stilled moments — freeze the dream, slow the cease- 
less motion, and show how we stepped from reaching to believing. 

Some are ready to move on, some are scared, others are looking 
toward the pleasures or challenges still to be offered here. Now, we 
have one last buffer before entering the "real world." So before we 
end and then begin again, the Arrow is a way to find a few more times 
to say we've loved these days. 




We, the class of 1979, proudly dedicate ttiis 
edition of the ARROW to Mr. ED SILSBEE. 

In the execution of his duties as security offi- 
cer for the Burns Security System, Ed brings 
warmth, understanding, and a friendly, "Hi, 
How ya' doing?" to the students of Lycoming 
College. 

As a native of the area, Ed recalls playing 
football on the field which is now the quad, 
the construction of many buildings presently 
on campus, and those who lived in the 
"Angel Factory." Following a long career at 
Sears & Roebuck (downtown Williamsport), 
Ed and his wife "Bubbles" toured the western 
part of the United States. 

In the late sixties, Ed joined the Burns guards 
and was assigned Lycoming College. He is 
equipped with many stories of the college in 
its earlier days and some of the more humor- 
ous things which have happened while in the 
service of Lycoming. This openness and free- 
ness of conversation are qualities that stu- 
dents have come to appreciate over the 
years. Ed is never too busy to have a chat. 

When informed that he had been chosen by 
the senior class for the dedication of this 
yearbook, Ed simply replied, "It seems to me 
that with all those professors with all their 
degrees, that they would be more worthy than 
I." It's not the education that we are acknowl- 
edging, but the efforts of an individual who daily goes out of his way to be friendly. 

In many ways the guard job is like my personnel job for Sears," Ed commented. "In business you 
have to treat a man with respect and trust until you are shown you must treat him differently — the 
same is true with the students." 

He said that the secret for getting along with the students well is, "treating them as you would want 
to be treated." While this is a simple philosophy, it is an endearing one. As he makes his rounds, Ed 
tries to let the students be themselves while maintaining order and protecting the rights of others. 

It is for the dedication and friendliness of this man and for the addition he makes in our lives on this 
campus that we dedicate the 1 979 ARROW to our dear friend, "Ed." 






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Lycoming College President — Dr. Frederick E. Blumer 



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LYCOMINO COLLEGE 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA I7y01 



Dear Lycoming Students: 

As you read this book, perhaps decades after 
these pages were printed and these pictures were 
photographed, other images which have lain buried 
deep in your memories for years will come to life 
again. My guess is that you will laugh to your- 
self as you recall your days at Lycoming College. 
At least you will smile about the mixture of joy 
and disappointment in events which seemed so 
important then and so remote now. 

The human predicament hasn't really changed 
since your college years, not even since the stone 
age. We have always been impaled on the horns of 
a dilemma, haunted by our mortality on the one hand 
and attracted by an unknown and exciting future on 
the other. Laughter, soul deep laughter, is the 
most profound response humans ever make to this 
human predicament. Such laughter is the echo of 
prayer. We can be grateful that for us, you and 
I at least, this laughter resonates from our 
experiences here at Lycoming College, here in these 
pages. These have been very human days we've had 
together. I hope they always bring new laughter 
into your life. 

Sincerely, 

Frederick E. Blumer 
President 

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1. President of the College — Frederick E. Blumer 
Secretary — Phyllis Holmes 

2. Dean of the College — James R.Jose 
Secretary — Vivian Meikrantz 

3. Dean of Student Services — JackC. Buckle 
Secretary — Marian Rubendall 



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Secretary of Student Services — Marie Crompton; Associate Dean of Services 
— Louise (Luann) Caligiuri, Albion Smith; Damage Assessment Clerk — Deb- 
bie Weaver 



Secretary — Elizabeth Cowles and 
Assistant Dean of Student Services Debra 
D'Aquillo 




Admissions — Director Robert A. Doyle 



Ass't Dir. — Mary B. Herring; Secretaries 
JoAnn McFadden. Kitty Glosser; Ass't DIr. 
Pat Stalgaitis 



Assistant Director — Doug- 
las Keiper 



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Registrar arid Assistant to the Dean — Robert J. Glunk; Secretaries — 
Helen Heller, Phyllis Myers 



Director of Public Relations — Bruce Swanger 
and Secretary — Loretta M. Whipkey 




Director of Institutional Relations — George P. Flint and Secretary 
Betty Paris 



Staff Assistant Dorothy Hand;/nfern — David 
Gonzalez (Career Development Center) 



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Treasurer — Kenneth E. Himes 



Comptroller — Betty June Swanger; Cashier-Bookkeeper 
Nyman, Assistant in Treasurer's Office — Shirley Campbell 



— Marion 





Switchboard Operator — Naomi Kepner Alumni Affairs — Secretary — Hannah Moriarity; Director — Dale Bower 



Business l\^anager — William L Baker; Secre- 
tary — Dee Horn 



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Press Operator — Richard Cowher: Bulk 
Mailing Coordinator — Bernadine Hileman 



Library Staff — Myrna Barnes. 
Susan Beidler, Pat Triaca, Isabel 
Hess, Charles Weyant, Director 
— Louise Banks, Cheryl Yearick 



Bookstore — Betty Beck, Dor- 
othy Streeter 



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John Hollenback. Betty King, Bruce Weaver. John Strieker, Morton Rauff, Don Larrabee 




Mary Baggett, David Franz, James Hummer 



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Roger Opdahl. Robert Rabold 




Forrest Keesbury, Catherine Studier, John Conrad 



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Dan Gustafson, Dave Rife, Gerry Madden, Bill Ford, Louisa Stone 



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Paul MacKenzie, Richard Nelson, Bernie Flam, Robert Maples 



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Front: Tom Henninger, Jack Murphy. Second row; John Hubbard, Bob Foreman, Charlie Getchell, Rick Troxel. Anita Somers 



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Fred Thayer, James Sheaffer, David Jex 




Steve Griffith, Owen Herring 



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Dutch Burch, Deb Holmes, Rob Curry, Nelson Phillips 




Mary Vestermark, Harold Benhold. John Hancock, Karen Salley 




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Fred Grogan, Mike Roskin, Ernest Giglio 




Tom Rhodes, Richard Hughes, Eduardo Guerra 



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Jack McCrary, Moon Jo, Stan Wilk 




1. Seniors 



Kim Kramer — Pres., Renee Brosius 
Pres . Patti Dodaro — Sec 



2. Juniors 

Row 1: Cathy Gregory — Pres, Leslee 
Sippie — V Pres. Row 2 Vinita Verghese 
— Sec. Kelly O'Bryan — Treas. 




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Melanie Curtis. Cindi Strand, Kathy Minick. Ginny Stoddard, Ruth Gustafson, Jane Sortor, Barb Williams, Ann Brown, 
Lorna Winner, Ken Sibley, Linda Wintersteen, Jolene Hall, Eloise Bachman, Suanne Lauber, Patti Oodaro, Kitty Henne, 
Steve Hoover, Paul Goldberg, Nancy Harman, Chris Wolf, Tammy Young, Glen Lauber, Art Hathaway, Roy Crowe, Diane 
Reese, Holly Ardell, Drew Nowak, Craig Kropp, Fred Fuess, Bob Rand, Paul Mitchell, Kevin Bonawitz, Mike Maclawski, 
Albert Stoner, Tom Banister, Steve Biber, Jim Werkheiser, Cathy DiMarco, Dr. Jex 



BAND 




Row 1: Susan Burkhart, Lisa Coles, Pam Cianciosi, Patti Dodaro. Mike Waclawski, John Scala Row 2 Joy 
Lemons, Father Tamalis. Bryan Yerke, Steve Gilnane. 



CATHOLIC 
COUNCIL 



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1 . Chapel 
Board 



Row 1: Allyson Reeves, Tammy 
Young. Kathy Moyer, Holly Ardell. 
Row 2: Kim Lazar. Rod Howe. Steve 
Glinane, Mark Woodring. 



2. Chemistry 



Dr. Hummer. Mrs. Bagget. Larry 
Kinn, Dr. Franz. Dave Graden. 
Janet Masser. Keith Duff. 




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n1. CHOIR 







Row one Colleen O'Brien, Lon Arendt, 
Diane Merrill Jan Bryant. Pam Cianciosi 
Row two Lynn Hackman. Sue Hult, Debbie 
Gehres Kris Waltz Row three Mary Kay 
Koons. Cathy Gregory Debbie Suplee Row 
(Our Shan Chambers, Tnsha Russell. Kalhy 
Moyer Row live Lynne Thomkinson, Jane 
Sortor Gmny Stoddard Joy Weldon Row 
Six Karen Apsley Laurie Lesher, Jane 
Pahls Tammy Woodward, Nadine Firsching 
Row seven Linda Westerhoff, Libby Hack- 
ney. Donna Brown. Leslie Daniel, Chris 
Duym Allison Reeves, Jewel Copenhaver 
Row eight Joy Lemons. Becky Sweet. Kim 
Chappell. GioiaHollins Row nine ScotlNoy, 
Sue Lafky Steve Gold. Cindy Bell. Jorge 
Gonzalez Mary Fran Laver Row ten John 
Piazza, Todd Penman, Jim McCauley, Gary 
Huff Row eleven Mark Abram, John Evans, 
Gary Spring, Steve Schultz, Jim Martucci 
Row twelve Chuck Persing. Ed Jones. Tim 
Huff. Bryan Barth Steve Davenport, Dan 
Poukish Jack Coapman 

2. CHOIR 

TOUR 

Row one Jane Sortor. Laurie Lesher Jewel 
Copenhaver, Jayne Heller, Colleen O Brien 
Kris Waltz. Debbie Suplee, Lynn Hackman! 
Sue Huff Janet Bryant Row two Tammy 
Woodward, Lynne Tomkinson, Joy Lemons 
Leslie Daniel. Crndy Bell, Beckie Sweet Sue 
Lafky, Allyson Reeves. Chris Dinsmore. 
Cathy Gregory. Pam Cianciosi Row three 
Steve Schultz Mark Abram. Steve Gold. 
Gary Spring. Steve Davenport. John Evans 
Todd Penman Ed Erb. Scott Noy Row four 
Jorge Gonzalez. Tim Huff. Chuck Persing 
Brian Barth. Daniel Poukish. Jack Coapman 
Ed Jones. Gary Huff 



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1 . Congress 
of Black 
Students 



Row 1: Rahmon Love, Sharon A Bat- 
ten, Robert Lockley. Row 2: Candy 
Evans, Pomeroy Brinkley, Janice Tins- 
ley. 



2. Criminal 



Justice 



Row 1 : Steve Gwiazdowski, Ann Weit- 
zel. Row 2: Jim Gillis, Fran O'Rourke, 
James Crognale, Rich Merlo, Mark 
Sweeiey. 



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1 . Foreign 
Language 
Society 

Row 1: Robin Newman. Candy Meyer. 
Row 2. Lynne Tomkinson, Nadine 
Firsching. Row 3: Gioia Hollins. Row 4: 
Dr. P. Mackenzie, Sue Lafky. Row 5: 
Karen Collins, Kim Lazar, 

2. Genesis 



Row 1: Tricia Russell, Michael Wac- 
lawski. Steve Glinane. Row 2: Holly 
Ardell, Paul Kauffman, Pam Clanciosl, 
Kathy Moyer, Gary Spring, Cindi 
Strand. Row 3: Allyson Reeves, Cindy 
Bell, Mark Woodring, Lynn Hackman, 
Tammy Young. 




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1 . International 
Relations 



Row 1: W. Glen Lauber. Howard McMahon, 
Bill Miller, Greg McDonald. Row 2: Shell 
Sheddy, Sue Burch, John Smay, Alan Foote, 
Jodi Sindt, Dave Argall 



2. New Life 



Row 1: Craig Hornberger, Cindy Bell, Tricia 
Russell, Shell Sheddy Row 2; Steve Potter, 
Jack Lea, Craig Cowing, Linda Wintersteen, 
Allyson Reeves, Holly Ardell. Diane Stirone, 
Row 3: Steve Glinane, John Piazza, Jane Sor- 
ter, Diane Merrill, GInny Stoddard, Michael 
Waclawski, Dave Bowman. 



3. Non- 
Resident 
Student 
Association 



Nellie Gray, Tom Stavoy, Ellen Maule, Mary 
Reynolds, Richelle Sheddy, Mike Waclawski, 
Teresa Bennett, Bob Diaco, Glen McCreary 



4. Pre-Health 
Professions 



Row 1; Steve Shultz, Patti Dodaro, Nancy 
Rampollo Row 2: Angelo Calabrese. Mark 
Todd. Chris Marmo. Jorge Gonzalez Row 3: 
Lorna Winner. Basil Chryssos, Diane Reese, 
Andy Persun, Gary Dincher. 



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1 . Pre-Law 



Shell Sheddy, Kathy Moyer, Tara 
McCue, Roxane Goranflo, 



Psychology 

Row 1: Prof. Berthold, Bob Rglerski, 
Jim McCauley, Greg Ammon. Row 2 
Melanie Curtis, Prof. Vestermark, Prof 
Sailey, Tammy Young. 



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1 . student 
Association 
of Lycoming 
College 

Row 1: Bill Miller. John Evans, Dave 
Argall, Dale Schmidt. Row 2: Ann Weit- 
zel, Tara McCue. Nancy Kachline, 
Shell Sheddy. Darcy Turner. Kim 
Kramer Row 3: Annette Wysocki, Car- 
olyn Carr. Beth Wywiorski. Cathy Greg- 
ory. Micki Wilkes, Barrle Kessler Row 
4 Roxanne Gorando. Mark Todd. Tim 
Rider. Dick Driver. Jim Viguers. Jim 
Leavens 

2. Sociology 
/Anthro- 
pology 

Cathy Gregory. Carolyn Ames. Mar- 
ianne Poggi. Renee Brosius, Cheryl 
Speicher. Steve Davenport. Jim Werk- 
heiser 



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1. Row 1. Tom Stavoy, Chip Yingling, Elizabeth Finkler, Glenn 
McCreary. Row 2: Cindy Bell, Jeff Garrett, Jim McCreedy, Sue Sha- 
dle. 

2. We can't put that in print! 

3. Cindy Bell and Glenn McCreary examine the newspaper's layout. 



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"1 ^ I I R !!°" ^\2^"^ Spring Row^2: Pam Cianciosi, Sue Shadle. Tricia Russell. Kalhy Moyer. Shan Chambers. Craig Cowing Row 3 



Walter Warriner, Carolyn Ames, Mark Woodring. George Eichler. Chris Graham. 




2% A f Q I fs Row 1 Donna Smith. Buffie Gulick. Deb Suplee. Kathy Moriarity. Lisa Cowles. L A Smith Row 2 Jodi Sindl. John Dav- 
. V V ll L V/ I6S, Greg Ammon. Mike Pinkman. Tim Gomes. Jeff Burd. Jim McDermott. 



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INTERFRATERNAL 
COUNCIL 



Seated: Buffie Gulick, Jim Martucci, John Vandevander. Row 1: Nancy Gallery, 
Nancy Kachline, Bev Stormer, Dale Smith, Dave Hannaford, Bill Torney. Chris 
Marmo, Brad Weaver. Mike Moran, Chris Tremel. Rovi^ 2: Kelly O'Brien, Sally Baugh- 
man, Roy Crow^e, Michael Fitzpatrick, Drew Nowak, Kevin Gillen. Bob Lochner, 
Duane Daniels. 




PANHELENIC 
COUNCIL 



Row 1 : Colleen Burns, Nancy Harman, Korry McCarthy, Janet Dixon, Lisa Katona, Lee Par- 
sons, Tammy Roth, Row 2; Mrs. Blumer, Janet McMahon, Cindy Kline, Donna Cressey, Alli- 
son Thompson, Peg Campbell. Third row: Donna Adie. Kelly O'Bryan. 




Row 1; Ken DeGraw, Al Stoner, Leah Israelson. Row 2: Kim Lazar, 
Andrea McDermott, Glenn McCreary, Pam Gianciosi, Sue Burkhard, 
Ann Brown, Sue Kern, Carol Woodruff. Row 3: Larry Kinn, Chuck Wil- 
liams, Gary Spring, Rod Howe, Paul Mitchell, Steve Glinane, Ken Sibley, 
John Evans, Sue Lafky, Karen Knipper, Mary Fran Laver. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



President — Chuck Williams 
1 St Vice President — Glenn McCreary 
2nd Vice President — Sue Lafky 
Treasurer — Paul Mitchell 



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Brothers 



Row 1 : Dave Hannaford, Dino Ferrogari, Johnny Scheuplein, Bart 
Landzert, Keith May, Gandoff. Row 2: Dave Argall, Bill Torney, 
Chris Buniva, Bill Raynor. Row 3; Drew Nowak, Arthur Hathaway, 
B.Q. "Zap" Russell. Row 4; Billy Walsh, Andy Irish, Tom Isaacs, 
Mike Gruenberg. Row 5: Scott Vautin, Chris Stewart. 



Sisters 



Row 1: Cindy Tull and Gandoff. Row 2: Janet Dixon, Kellie Lan- 
daker Row 3: Eloise Bachman, Pam Ernst, Mary Hogue. Row 4: 
Jennifer Holl, Cindi Klein. Anne Goodyear. 



ALPHA SIGMA PHI 



President — Bob Figlerski 
Vice-President — Drew Nowak 
Secretary — Arthur Hathaway 
Treasurer — Keith May 

"Fellows, it's been a gas, have to do it again real soon. The 
Brothersof 79. " 




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Row 1 : Anne Fisher, Sharon Kenthack, Nancy Kachline, Joyce Leahy, Beth Perry, Che- 
ryl Spelcher, Lisa Katona, Nancy Gallery. Row 2: Ann Weitzel, Karen Clark, Michelle 
Martz, Kathi DiMarco, Pam Masser, Debbie Crompton, Cathy Gregory, Donna Adie, 
Dawn Spiak, Andy Deufel, Patty Graver, Joanne Hullings Row 3: Kelly O'Bryan, Sharon 
Batten, Kim Mantoni, Carolyn Carr. Vicki Reismiller, Anne Parry, Marianne Poggi, Rene6 
Brosius, Buffie Gulick, Lynne Tomkinson, Leslee Sippie. Row 4: Lorraine Royack, Diana 
Peterson, Vicki Myers, Terri Brooks, Sue Ivers, Liz Thompson, Roxane Goranflo. 



BETA PHI GAMMA 



President — Lisa Katona 
Vice President — Beth Perry 
Vice President — Michelle Martz 
Treasurer — Joyce Leahy 



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GAMMA DELTA 
SIGMA 



President — Colleen Burns 
Vice-President — Beth Wywiorski 
Secretary — Stevie Jones 
Treasurer — Marlene Moyer 



Nancy Harman, Sue Lewis, Beth Wywiorski, Sallie Baughman, Lori 
Arendt, Mary Foster, Colleen Burns, Bobbi Gill, Korry McCarthy, Donna 
Petrizzi, Bev Stormer, Joanna Schaedel, Kim Coffman, Nancy Gold- 
berg, Marlene Moyer, Stevie Jones, Jami Sammarco, Wendy Carpenter. 



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The brothers of Kappa Delta Rho made their 25th anniversary a year 
to be remembered with honor. 

KDR provided the campus community with many successful activi- 
ties including the annual Christmas party for under-privileged chil- 
dren. 

Lyco's version of the "Animal House" also made weekend nights 
enjoyable for everyone involved. 

The brothers worked hard in continuing the domination of IFC 
sports which has earned their proud name on the championship tro- 
phy. 



KAPPA DELTA 
RHO 



President — Bill Campbell 
Vice-President — Dave Overholt 
Secretary — Scott Long 
Treasurer — Gerry Butler 



Row 1 : Caspar Rodriguez, Rich Cangialosi, Gerry Butler. Dave Shickel. Bill Campbell Row 2: Glen McDowell, Dave Graden, Ty Bornman, Dale Smith, 
Ken Holdren. Row 3: Dave Overholt, Mike Brown, Mike Leavens, Greg Biza, Jim Leavens, Mike Bonshock, Carl Gentilesco, Rich Fremgen Row 4 Sam 
Griest, Dave Avery, Scot Long, Mark Falcone, Rick Burd, Tim Hill, Joe Van Horn, George Whitney, Kenneth Fitts, Dave Vilushis, Roy Crow, Andy Pisu- 
lak. 
KDR congratulates its 1 9 member graduating class and wishes them the very best of luck. 



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Brothers 



1st row: Gene Shaylor. Second row: John Cole, John Cooper, 
Jack Coapman, Mike Groulx, Mike Schlenker, Jim Yoxtheimer, 
Rich Brenner 3rd row: Joe Small, Bob Cecere, John Meitzler, 
Bruce Reeves, Mike Stevens. 4th row: Mike Bloom, Tony Petsis. 
5th row: Tim Gelnett, Eric Grove, Bruce Barr, Mike Vanderlin, 
Paul DeJoseph, Mario DeFilippis, Jeff Riddell, Mike Mason. 6th 
row: Dean Movroydis, RussGranato, John Marcinkevich, Howard 
McMahon. 7th row: Jim Martucci, Stuart McCracken, Dave Trox- 
ell, Bob Brungard, Tim Reinhart, Les Herrera 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

President — James Yoxtheimer 
Vice-President — Bob Brungard 
Secretary — Mike Groulx 
Treasurer — Dave Troxell 




Crescents 



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Row 1 : Lisa Kaier, Cindy Peck, Phyllis Keil, Mary Koons, Leslie Daniels, Alli- 
son Thompson, Peggy Campbell, Sandy McDaniel Row 2: Jane Pahls, 
Donna Gressey, Cindy Ricker, Debbie Kruger, Martha Mathison Row 3: 
Diana Solomon, Janet McMahon, Stephanie Benanti, CaSandra 
McLaughlin, Paula Klauger. 




One of the fundamental objectives of Sigma Pi is the 
development of character in each of its brothers and 
pledges. While the true essence of character is hard to 
define, we at Sigma Pi have tried to exemplify it by our 
standard of conduct, our acceptance of responsibilities, 
and our own self-image. 

The specific benefits a man sees in Sigma Pi vary from 
individual to individual. Here at Lycoming's Sigma Pi 
there is a chance for athletic participation, help with stud- 
ies, and opportunities to have some life long friends. 
These are just a few of the benefits Sigma Pi offers. 

This section is dedicated to the six seniors of Sigma PI: 
Gene Daly, Steve Gwiazdowski, Tim Kelly, Greg Lumpkin, 
Jay Rubino and John Jordan. May you all inspire people 
in the future as you have here at Sigma Pi in the past. 



Row 1: Mike Loizos, Tim Kelly, Jim Crognale. Gene Daly. Dan Hudson. 
Row 2: Steve Gwiazdowski. John Donahue, Greg Lumpkin. Rich Boyer. 
Row 3; Mike Fortounas, Mark Smith, Steve Fortounas, Jay Rubino Row 
4: Ernie Isgro, Bill, John Jordan, Dan Murray. Ed McCabe, Steve Mey- 
ers, John Comito. Mike Bicking. Larry Cappetto. Bob Sinnott. Scott 
Miller, John Starson, Tony Rogers 



SIGMA PI 



President — Steve Gwiazdowski 
Vice-President — Jay Rubino 
Secretary — Greg Lumpkin 
Treasurer — Andy Dembin 



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TAU KAPPA EPSILON 

President — Leonard Lang 
Vice-President — Rich Mueller 
Secretary — Chris Marmo 
Treasurer — Andy Dembin 

Listen!!! 

Skin Machine . . Buck House. . Toga. . . Suck Face . . .Animal 
House . . . you'll have that . . . 3rd Street House . . . Second Floor 
Chapter .. . Rin Tin Chin . . . F.A.M. . . . Battle Royale . . . Busy 
Bee . . . Brothers always win Walking Band . . . Chester, Syl- 

vester, and Lester . . Toga . . Happy, Happy, Happy . . . That's 
Par . . . Wrong . . . Where's Tommy . . . Speedy Incognito . . . 
Charlie Manson . Mystery Brother . . . Jeff who . . . Barry at 25 
. Wire em up . . . Holiday Inn .. . On Sabbatical . . Rat, Oh Rat 
... Lie Detector Test . . . C.Q. . . . Spoon . . . Jaws 1 , Jaws 2 . . . 
The Village Idiot . . . Seahag . Macho Man . . . Sister Maria . . . 
The Pub . . . Pumpkin Head . . . Dome . . Dean Gonzo . . . Spud 
. . . Spike . . . Cement . . . Trains . . . Haunted House . . . Slo's 
. . . Sunglasses at Homecoming . . Smelt's . . . Throbby . . . 
Headley ... Dr. Dirt . . . Bob Redford . . . Mudslide . . . Bourbon 
Street. . M.S. 

Congratulations Seniors! 








Brothers 



Seated: Vinnie Latini, Mike Pullyblank. Row 1: Dan Isgro, Doug Johnson, 
Jim Goodburlet, Chris Marmo, Don Neil, Frank Nunan. Row 2: Paul Hiller, 
Scott Willard, Bob Town, Kirby Fenton, Mike Moran, Mike Trevisan. Row 3: 
Jack Lea, Doug Ranck, Allen Bernstorf, Ed Randazzo, Rick Adams, Lenny 
Lang. Row 4: Pete Manganelli, Jeff Tillar, Dick Driver, Duane Daniels. 



Little Sisters 



Row 1 : Donna Brown, Diane Baldwin, Ann Pownall, Karen Ensslen, Tammy 
Roth, Jennifer Lynch, Linda Wintersteen. Row 2: Lin Schneider, Anna 
Nawalany, Lee Parsons, Laurie Rubio, Cathy Pirner, Cathy Colella, Jane 
Colella, Barbara Carstens, Laura Lucas. 



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Theta Chi is one of the largest and oldest fraternities in 
the nation. Founded in 1955, the Epsilon Beta Chapter of 
Theta Chi has maintained its traditions and ideals. 

The Brothers are actively involved in both college and 
community functions. Each Homecoming the Brothers 
assist the Alumni Association with the Ox Roast. 
Although over-extended by work involved with the Ox 
Roast, the Brothers managed to sponsor an "award-win- 
ning" float this year. Added to this, the Brothers have 
helped the Catholic Council of Lycoming College in their 
benefit raffle and have also held an Easter party for 
underprivileged children. 

Theta Chi prides itself in its diverse membership — dif- 
ferent types of people striving to achieve qualities of 
leadership and maturity within the academic and social 
environment and thus upholding its motto: Alma Mater 
first, Theta Chi for Alma Mater. 



Steve Muthler, Dan Wood, Tim Sweetman, Doug Selsor, Kathy Dahl, 
Brad Weaver, Jeff Duus. Bob Lochner, Russ Lucas. Jim Curry. Jeff 
Burd, Bob Egge, Tom Banister, Keith Goetting, Tom Baker. Rick 
Thompson, Pete Baxter, Charlie Chervanik, Pat Taggart, Jon Vandevan- 
der, Kevin Gillen. Scott Lewis, Jay Edenfield. Glenn Klages, Stu Madey, 
Tim Erk, Brian Straub. Dave Gray, Fred Hurlock, Pete Davis, Mike Brad- 
ley, Dave Muir, Ken Barber, Bob Davidson. Tim Toomey, Dave Mason, 
Andy Persun. 



THETA CHI 



President — Dan Wood 
Vice-President — Dave Mason 
Secretary — John Vandevander 
Treasurer — Doug Selsor 



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Alpha Sig Little Sisters, Gamma Delta 


Sigma, Lambda Chi 


Crescents, and 


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ASBURY HALL 




L. A. Smith, Lisa Epstein, Kellie Landaker, Janet Spinelli, Jennifer Holl, Pam Ernst, Becl^y McGonagle, Cindi Klein, Steve Schuitz, Bob Cecere, Jeannie 
Ritschel, JoAnne Hadden, Fred Fuess, George Parseghian, Bruce Barr, Bob Burns, Dick Driver, Warner Garben, Jim Henry, Brian Barth, Rick Bade, 
Bill Reid, Andy Ryan, Matt Melady, John Scala, Pat Riley, Sean Clarke, Bryan Lumpkin, John McCabe, Tony DeAntonio, Frank Harvey, Grant 
Schneider, Lee Martino, Dave DeAngelo. 



CREVER HALL 




Row 1 : Colleen O'Brien, Chuck Persing, Steve Gold, Kath DiMarco. Row 2: Linda Wintersteen, Kathy Moyer, Diane Reese, Sue Kern, Sharon Clark. 
Row 3: Tammy Woodward, John Evans, Sue Lafky, Faith McGill, Kathy Minnick, Marsha Fritzo, Chris Batts, Roz Myers, Leah Israelson, Craig Cowing. 
Row 4: Dave Oberlin, Tim Huff, Scott Howard, Chris Woolfe, Ed Jones, Ken Sibley, Mark Baskeyfield, Steve Davenport, Mark Sweeley, Bob Gardner, 
Carolyn Ames, Kenny Lawrence, Mike Bloom, Bob Dudley, Paul Kauffman, Bill Leffler. Row 5: Debbie Suplee. 



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1st row: Linda Turecek, Vinita Verghese, Ellen Walker, Sharon Batten. Janice Tinsley, Cathy Colella. Jolene Hall, Jane Colella 2nd row: Rich Mas- 
terson, Mark McCracken, Don King. 



NORTH HALL 




Rich Edgar, Kath Kennedy, Frank BartuskI, Laurie Hiller, Charles Whitaker, Roy Young, Kim Kramer, Frank Rea. Gordon Motler, Dale Schmidt 



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RICH HALL 




Row 1 : Kelly O'Bryan, Cheryl Speicher, Lisa Katona, Nancy Gallery, Karen Clark, Renee Brosius, Ruth Gustafson, Carolyn Carr. Row 2: Liz Thompson, 
Laurie Rubio, Tammy Roth. Row 3: Vicki Myers, Pat Graver, Dawn Spiak, Darcey Turner, Lisa Wool Row 4: Nancy Kachline, Sharon Kenthack, Buffie 
Gulick, Donna Adie, Debbie Crompton, Robin Newman, Michelle Martz, Marianne Poggi. Row 5: Joanne Long, Anne Weitzel, Anne Fisher, Kathi 
DiMarco, Tammy Young, Cindy Long. 



SKEATH HALL 




Row 1 : Patti Myers, Diane Merrill, Lulu Fuess, Cindy Bell, Andi Pascarello. Row 2: Missy Honert, Cecily Gardner, Shari Chambers, Liz Higgins, Bonnie 
Metzger, Libby Hackney, Gordy Coyle, Jill Mauery, Jewel Copenhaver, Jennifer Reed, Sue Carney, Chris Milner, Gioia Hollins, Jeff Crine, Tricia Rus- 
sell, Dan Capwell, Mike Carlyle, Rick Burgit, Steve MacDonald, Fred Stuck. Row 3; Matt Smirne, Sandy Tashjian, Mike Lattimore. 



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WESLEY HALL 




1st row: Beth Canouse, Karin Hennings, Leslie Daniels, Cassandra McLaughlin. 2nd row: Cindy Montgomery, Pam Roth, Wendy Bahnsen, Jill Luke. 
Stephanie Benanti, Phyllis Keil, Cindy Peck. Lisa Kaier, Cindy Ricker, Martha Mathison, Debi Kruger. 3rd row: Joan Schreibeis, Cindy Kaszuba, Janet 
McMahon, Barb Witty, Leslie Roberts. Cindy Tull. Mary Kay Koons, Jane Pahls. Sandy McDaniel. Peg Campbell, 4th row: Lori Jarendt. Nancy Gold- 
berg. Colleen Burns, Bobbi Gill, Marlene Moyer, Kim Coffman, Stevie Jones. Sue Lewis, Allison Thompson, Donna Cressy, 5th row: Ty Bornman, 
Chuck Zern, Ken Fitts, Rich Tremgen, Greg Biza 



NON-RESIDENTS 




Nellie Gray, Tom Stavoy, Ellen Maule, Mary Reynolds, Richelle Sheddy, Mike Waclawski, Teresa Bennett, Bob Diaco, Glen McCreary 



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Left to right, First row: Michelle Martz, Beth Perry. Second row: Lisa Katona, Pam Chilson, Kim Gillies. Third 
row: Nancy Shenise, Jill Mauery, Deb Gehres. 



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M.A.C. Northern Champs! 




First row, I to r : VanSyckle, Rodriguez, Bornman, Caserta, Jordan, Butler, Miller, Daly, McVey, Simatos, Rubino, Harvey, Nolan, Bleistein. Coach 
Girardi. Second row: Coach Bower, E Isgro, Agger, DiSandro, Fenton, D. Isgro, Fitts, Jerris, Hoyt, Colantuono, O'Neil, Zern, Klotz, Ebbert, Gibson, 
Coach Shivetts. Third row: Coach Mantle, Caschera, Pease, D. Gallagher, Cerjanic, Benson, Hagen, Dewey, Kasper, Clayton, Gillies, Sojkowski, 
Donahue, Coach Wiser. Fourth row: Coach Scott, M. Burd, TarnowskI, J McCabe, Troxell, Molisani, DeJoseph, Scott, Murray, Nessler, S Miller, C. 
Hoover, Melady, Coach George. Fifth row: Adm. As. Curry, Shortall, R. Burd, R. Hoover, Fusaro, Sinnott, Fortounas, Clarke, Quinn, Kilpatrick, J 
Gallagher, McCready, E. McCabe, Hudson, Day, Smith, Hutchins, Stewart. Sixth row: Coach Schemery, McGettigan, Adams, Masciocchi, Crognale, 
Klebon, Griest, Hildebrandt, Connaghan, Venezia, D'Antonio, Ryan, Comito, Falcone, DeLuca, Firneno. 




Tennis Improves Season 




Left to right; Richelle Sheddy, Nancy Kachline, Debbie Falk, Kim Eddy, Captain Anne Parry, Pam Masser, Betsy Rabold, Kathy Bittner, Beth Walther, BobbI 
Gill, Sue Burch, Coach Deb Holmes (Missing Sue Butterworth) 




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Booters Fall Short of Goals 




First row: Cahill, Learning, Lewis, Ortego, Lebo, Captain J Vandevander, Small, McMahon, Edgar. Second row; Lea, Captain J. Coapman, Baxter, Hae- 
lig. Davies, Landzert, Doerr, Burke, Captain S, McCracken, Coach Nelson Phillips. 





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Front row: Captain Ann Weitzel, Joyce Leahy, Captain Joanne Hullings, Renee Brosius, Ruth Gustafson Sec- 
ond row: Coach Mr. Courtney, Karen Clark, Laurie Shea, Sharon Weitzel, Marlene Moyer, Pat Nezeiek, Jenni- 
fer Reed, Beth Youngman, Mary Foster, Terry Raup (Missing: Nancy Gallery) 




Seniors: Ann Weitzel, Ruth Gustafson, Renee Brosius, Nancy Gallery, and Joanne Hullings 



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Basketball Team Shows Potential 




Row 1 : Jim Gillies, Adam Zajac, Mark Dugan, Mike Brown, Steve Russell. Row 2: Earl Ostrander, Dave Brown, Tim Hill, Chuck Bonner, Mark Molesky. 
Row 3 James Curry, Mike Serfass, Ray Graff, Pat Dieter. 



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Women Cagers Struggle Through Season 




Row 1: Crystal Smith, Laurie Lesher, Terry Rhian, Debbie Ulrlch, Karen Clark Row 2 Paula Spangenburg, Paula Klauger, Pat Levari, 
Kathy Minick, Jan Aurand. Deborah Holmes, Coach. Missing: Joyce Leahy, 



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Swimmers End With Good Season 




Row 1 ; Andrea Deufel, Manager; John Murray, Bob Lewis, Larry Cappetto, Donna Adie, Manager. Row 2; Bill Torney, Bart Landzart, Mark Fultz, Glenn 
Klages, Bill Raynor, Frank Bartuski, Dave Hair, Coach. 



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Wrestlers Give Coach 200th Win 




Row 1 Pat Taggart. Chns Barone. Russ Granato, Tim Osborn, Chns Bisconti, Steve Aquino. Row 2: Dale Schmidt, Dan Wood, "'^^^^^ Umstead Walt 
f°sl Chns Shaner, Roy Williams, Mark Walters Row 3: Michael Poe, Tim Spruill, Vieden Zahariev, Ed Allen, Philip Stolfi, Doug McCarthy, Mark Beier- 
schmitt Missing Pomeroy Brinkley, Rahman Love, Chris Tremel, John Oshea. 




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Football 

Sept. 9 

16 

23 

30 

Oct. 7 

14 

21 

28 

Nov. 11 



Lock Haven 

Albright 

Wilkes 

Susquehanna* 

Delaware Valley* 

Juniata 

Western Maryland 

Upsala* 

Dickinson* 



JV Football 

Sept. 16 

22 

Oct. 9 

16 

23 

Nov. 6 



Lock Haven 
Wyoming Seminary* 
Bloomsburg 
Lock Haven* 
Susquehanna 
Susquehanna * 



Soccer 




Sept. 20 


Dickinson 


23 


Juniata 


27 


Lock Haven 


30 


Wilkes* 


Oct. 3 


Scranton 


5 


Messiah 


7 


Bloomsburg 


10 


Susquehanna* 


12 


Albright 


14 


Upsala 


18 


Baptist Bible 


21 


Delaware Valley 


25 


Elizabethtown* 



Field Hockey 




Sept. 18 


Manfield* 


22 


Marywood* 


26 


Scranton* 


Oct. 3 


Susquehanna* 


7 


Juniata* 


10 


Wilkes 


14 


Juniata 


18 


Mansfield 


21 


Delaware Valley 



Fall Tennis 




Sept. 18 


Mansfield* 


21 


Kings* 


22 


Marywood* 


26 


Scranton* 


Oct. 4 


Lock Haven 


10 


Wilkes 


13 


Bloomsburg* 


18 


Mansfield 



Basketball 




)ec. 2 


Juniata* 


7 


Scranton 


9 


Navy 


12 


Wilkes 


an. 5 


Lebanon Valley Tournament 


6 


Lebanon Valley Tournament 


10 


Albright* 


12 


FDU* 


15 


Susquehanna 


17 


Kings 


24 


Juniata 


27 


Philadelphia Textile 


31 


Elizabethtown* 


-eb. 3 


Wilkes* 


7 


Albright 


10 


Susquehanna* 


14 


Delaware Valley 


17 


Elizabethtown 


19 


Baptist Bible* 



JV Basketball 




Dec. 


2 


Juniata* 




7 


Scranton 


Jan. 


10 


Albright" 




15 


Susquehanna 




17 


Kings* 




24 


Juniata 




27 


Philadelphia Textile 




31 


WACC* 


Feb. 


7 


Albright 




10 


Susquehanna* 




12 


Lock Haven 




14 


Delaware Valley 




20 


WACC 



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Wrestling 










Dec. 


2 
5 
9 

14 


Bloomsburg 

Kings 

Lock Haven Tournament 

Mansfield 








Jan. 


10 
13 


Pittsburgh 
Oswego* 










19 


Rider* 




JV Wrestling 






20 


Delaware Valley* 




Dec. 14 


Mansfield 




24 


F&M 




Jan. 24 


F&M 




27 


Wilkes* 




27 


Wilkes* 




31 


Scranton 




31 


Scranton 


Feb. 


3 
6 


Princeton Quad 

(Harvard, Princeton, Lycom 

Bucknell* 


ing) 


Feb. 6 


Bucknell* 




10 


Lebanon Valley and Elizabethtown* 








13 


University of Maryland* 










17 


Western Maryland* 










23 


MAC PLAYOFFS 










24 


MAC PLAYOFFS 









Swimming 




Dec. 2 


Dickinson* 


6 


Ursinus* 


9 


Elizabethtown* 


Jan. 13 


Kings, Rider 


24 


Wilkes 


26 


Jersey City 


Feb. 3 


Wilkes* 


17 


Western Md* 


24 


MAC PLAYOFFS 


25 


MAC PLAYOFFS 



Women s Basketball 


Dec. 12 


Wilkes 


Jan. 16 


Susquehanna* 


18 


Delaware Valley* 


22 


Scranton 


25 


WACC* 


30 


WACC 


Feb. 1 


Mansfield 


7 


Scranton* 


10 


Juniata 


13 


Wilkes* 


17 


Elizabethtown 


22 


Kings 



Track 






March 


31 


Dickinson 


April 


3 


Lock Haven, 
Mansfield 




7 


Western Md. 




11 


Susquehanna* 




18 


Lock Haven 




23 


Baptist Bible* 




28 


Juniata 



Tennis 




April 2 


Scranton* 


3 


Bloomsburg* 


5 


Lock Haven* 


6 


Upsala 


7 


Western Maryland 


9 


Susquehanna* 


11 


Kings* 


14 


Dickinson* 


17 


Mansfield* 


19 


Albright 


21 


Drew 


24 


Elizabethtown 


25 


Wilkes 


26 


Juniata* 



Golf 






April 


2 


Susquehanna* 




3 


Kings 




4 


Wilkes, Ursinus* 




5 


Lock Haven* 




9 


Western Maryland* 




10 


Lebanon Valley 




12 


Delaware Valley* 




14 


Western Maryland* 




16 


Scranton 




23 


Delaware Valley, Dickinson 



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Business Administration/ 
Economics 




JOHNA. TREVISAN 
Springfield, PA 
Business Administration 



DARCENE TURNER 
"Darcy" 
Troy, PA 
Political Science 



JAMES B.VIGUERS 
Watchung, NJ 
Business Administration 



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DAVID W.VILUSHIS 
"Yogi" 
Hazleton, PA 
Biology 




KURT R. WEASE 
Montoursville, PA 
Business Administration 



CHARLES S.WILLIAMS 
"Chuck", "Charlie" 
Harrisburg, PA 
Accounting/Math 




ANNEE. WEITZEL 
"Anners" 
Hershey, PA 
Criminal Justice 



RUTH A. WINTER 
Montoursville, PA 
Sociology 



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BARBARA A. WITTY 
■Barb" 
Easton, PA 
Political Science 




DANIELC. L.WOOD 
"Metore" 
Montrose, PA 
Biology 



CAROL L. WOODRUFF 

Montoursville, PA 

Criminal Justice/Elementary Ed. 




SUSAN K. YAGEL 
Williamsport, PA 
Biology 



ROY YOUNG 
Ramsey, NJ 
Philosophy 



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MICHAEL A SMITH 
Biology 



PAULT. HILLER 
Business Administration 



^ RUSSELL A. LUCAS 

Political Science History 

JONC. VANDERVANDER 
History 



TIM J.KELLY 
Accounting 



EUGENE T DALY 
Criminal Justice 



VINCENT LLATINI 
Business Administration 



DAVID A. GRAY 
Biology 

KEITHJ.GOETTING 
History/Near East Culture 



JOHN M JORDAN 
Business Administration 



STEPHEN F. GWIAZDOWSKI 
Criminal Justice 




JAY A. RUBINO 
Psychology 

GREGORY M. LUMPKIN 
Accounting 



JOETANFANI 

Mass Communications/Political 

Science 



JOSEPH F MAFFIA 
Criminal Justice 



BRADLEY D.WILLIAMS 
Sociology 



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GERALD P BUTLER 
Accounting 



KEVIN McVEY 
Business Administration 



FRANCIS D. MILLER 
Economics 



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Lycoming's 




The "meeker sex" takes the field. 



Even gorillas return to Lyco 




Carl Caserta displays the solemn moments of victory. 



Foreign Language float features the vtreekend's theme. 



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Homecoming 




The weekend was damp, but spirits were high as Lycoming's 
1978 Homecoming began. The weekend activities began at nine 
o'clock, Saturday October 6, with the official Alumni registration 
in the Wertz Student Center. The weekend featured such events 
as a powderpuff football game in which the "Skeath Hall Fire 
Plugs" defeated the "Skeath Hall Silverfish", an antique car 
show, an ox roast held by Theta Chi, a balloon rise sponsored by 
the Lambda Chi Crescents, and an exciting football game in 
which the Warriors handed Delaware Valley a 21-7 defeat. The 
climax came with the crowning of the '78 Queen. 



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Kirby Fenton receives congratulations on his "Outstanding 
Player" award. 




An enthusiastic crowd roots the Warriors on. 




Mr. Frank Kamus is Knighted during half-time ceremonies. 



Tony DiSandro proudly accepts his "Outstanding Player" award. 



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Laurie Rublo, the 1978 Queen 




Debi Brion 




Renee Brosius 
Escort — Richard Eva 





Leslie Daniels 
Escort — Les Herrera 





Kathy DiMarco 
Escort — Keith Duff 




Patty Graver 
Escort — John Meitzler 



Kim Lazar 
Escort — Geoffrey Guisewite 



Michelle Martz 
Escort — Mark Drake 



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Andrea McDermott 
Escort — Chuck Williams 



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Donna PetrizzI 
Escort — Tim Sprulll 




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Lorraine Royack 
Escort — Richard Canglalosi 



Cindy Tull 
Escort — Keith May 




Pictures not available 

Melanie Curtis 
Escort — Brad Ward 

KathyDahl 
Escort — Stuart Madey 

Dana Evans 
Escort — Jerry McGinn 

Kathy Moriarity 
Escort — Jeft Burd 



Lorna Winner 
Escort — Ken Sibley 



Tammy Woodward 
Escort — Steve Davenport 



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The 1978 Homecoming Candidates. 

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The Band float "Dixieland receives first place honors. 



Alumni representative Jack Ernst helps present awards. 



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Homecoming — Memories of the past. 




Lycoming Choir, present and past, open the game with the National Anthem. 




Is that really an ox, Theta Chi? 



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PARENTS 



The big weekend finally arrived. Parents once again 
flooded the college campus, and for three days havoc 
reigned. There were many activities planned, and both 
parents and students enjoyed their time together. 




Parent sign-in. launches weekend activities 



PARENTS 




The weekend was big for both young and old. 



The only slow moments came while waiting in the cafeteria line. 




Candle-light and lace set the mood for the Parent-Faculty meeting 



Rob Wilson and his Mom catch up on past happenings. 



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Is there such a thing as E.S.P,? Do hyp- 
notic trances really occur? Students and 
faculty members of Lycoming College were 
invited to watch the "Astonishing Neal" per- 
form his feats of mind over matter. Audience 
participation was a major factor in the suc- 
cess of the evening. Students looked on as 
their fellow classmen responded to "Neil's" 
powers, and then drew their own conclusion 
as to the ability to control objects using just 
the powers of the mind. 






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Library Forums 

This year's forums brought many new and different 
personalities to our campus. Speakers ranged from such 
fields as: economics, politics, religion, and business. The 
diverse topics managed to intrigue all of us and and add 
many enlightening variants to our lives. 





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Coffee House 



Although much of the students' time is spent in personal activities, 
some time is spent enjoying the various college arranged presentations. 
The Coffeehouse was the site of many such events, and all presentations 
had an enlightening effect. 




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Arena 
Theater 
Presents 




Peer Gynt, The Great Nebula in Orion, and An Evening 
with Mark Twain, were seen on the Arena Theater's mar- 
quee. Students, faculty, administration, and many others 
attended these performances and were overwhelmed at the 
splendor and professional-like polish the actors exhibited. 

Peer Gynt was even entered in competition at Penn State 
University. 



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All Work. . . 




144 



and No Play? 




145 



We Are One With Ourselves 




and Each Other 




147 



Looking for the Person 




148 



I Want So Much to Be. 




149 



Friend Within Myself . . . and With Others 




150 



Simply Being Me 




151 



Working, Playing, 




152 



Learning All the Time 




153 



Filling in the Answers 



154 




to My Vast Rhyme 




155 



Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Ames 



Patrons 



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Rev. and Mrs. Norman E. Huff 



Mr. and Mrs. Donald Apsley 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Banister 



Mr. and Mrs. Jackson F. Huling 



Mr. and Mrs. William F. Lambach 



Belter's Appliance 



Mr. and Mrs. William F. Leffler, Sr. 



In Memory of Philip Carlucci, Sr. 



Dr. Charles F.Cipolla 



Harry Mickey, Jr. 
David A. Oberlin 



Mr. and Mrs. Millard C. Davis 



Mr. and Mrs. William E. Price 



Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. DiMarco 



Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Ekblom 



Mr. and Mrs. John Ekey 



Mrs. J. W. Reigle 



W. A. Sandy Family 



Mr. and Mrs. Neil Shaner 



Verne and Glorin Fenton 



Mrs. Ann W. Gelnett 



Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Simatos 



Carl and Annelie Solomon 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gillis 



Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Griesel 



Mr. and Mrs. Burton Van Syckle 



Mr. and Mrs. Louis Venezia 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. FIrsching, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Waltz 



Rev. Carl E.Hill 



Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilkes 



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Sponsors 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Baldwin 



Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Masini 



Dr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Gallery 



Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mason 



Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Danese 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penoyer 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Glinane 



Mr. and Mrs. John J. Poggi 



Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gomes 



Mr. and Mrs. David W. Price 



Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Hoffman, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Sibley 



Ms. Leah Israelson 



Mr. and Mrs. James E. Tinsley 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaszuba 



Mr. Harold J. Trestle 



Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kern 



Mr. and Mrs. Ross C. Vandevander 



Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Klages 



Mr. and Mrs. Jay Jack Weitzel 



Dr. and Mrs. T. S. Larson, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Jack Witty 



Dr. and Mrs. William L. Martz 



Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Young 



159 



24 hour wrecker service 



CUDA'SARCO SERVICE 

State Inspection — Tires — Batteries 

Accessories — Auto Maintenance 

Open 24 Hours 



261 Washington Blvd. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 



Bus.: 717/322 3800 
Home: 717/326-6848 



Men Womens Childrens 
Clothing 

LESCO SPORTSWEAR 



422 Park Avenue 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

323-3616 



Custom Picture Framing 




Compliments of 



E. KEELER COMPANY 



West Fourth Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

hiand Crafted Pottery, Jewelry, Weaving 

Leather and more 

"for presents with a future" 



Supply Division 

335 N. Third Street 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 



Hot and Juicy 



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OLD FASHIONED 

HAHBDRGEBS. 



31 5 Washington Blvd. 

Williamsport, PA 17701 

Prepared 256 Ways 



FIDELITY NATIONAL 

BANK 
OF PENNSYLVANIA 



Third Street 
Williamsport, Pennsylvania 17701 



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central 

bank 




With 1 6 Convenient Locations In 




Athens 


888 9633 


Montgomery Plaza 


547 1616 


Dushore 


928 8186 


Muncy 


5468303 


Eagles Mere 


5253223 


Newberry 


326-261 1 


Elys burg 


672 240! 


Northumberland 


473 3593 


Loyalsock 


326 2611 


Shamokin 


648-4637 


Milton 


7429645 


Sunbury 


286 675! 


Milton/Southgate 


Plaia 742-9637 


Sunbury/R. Augusta 


286 7136 


Montgomery 




547 1611 


Williamsport 


326-26! 1 



WE'RE READY WHEN YOU ARE! 



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ISO! Lycoming Creek Rd. 
West 3rd St. at Arch St. 
Loyal Plaza Shopping Center 


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Wmspt. Center 


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WILLIAMSPORT NATIONAL BANK 






Wllliamsport 
Federal 

Savings and Loan 
Association 



High Rates on Insured Savings Accounts 
Residential Mortgage Loans 



Mennber 

Federal Savings & Loan Insurance 

Corporation 



Telephone 
326 2411 



1 37 West Fourth Street 
Williannsport, Pennsylvania 17701 



Congratulations Seniors! 



WISE POTATO CHIPS 



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S'dttA 

Depar+ment Store 
Loyal Plaza Shopping Center 



1915 East Third Street, (Rt. 220) 
Williamsport, Penn. 17701 




Nippenose" 



Fundamental tools for earth travelers 



sun, the summer sky, 
a trail across a distant 
ridge. 

equipment for the 

quiet sports 



23 1 West Fourth Street 
Williamsport, Pa. 
717—326-6537 



CLARKSON 

CHEMICAL 

Company, Inc. 



Sanitary Chemicals 

and 

Supplies 

Buy Direct From the Manufacturer 

and Save 

Swimming Pool Chemicals 

a Speciality 

Phone:323-3631 
South Williamsport, Penn. 



Congratulation and Good Luck to 

Mark and the Class of '79 

Nadia and Ed (Mom and Dad) Baskeyfiled 

Beth, Rick and Shari Roulin 

Ringtown, Pennsylvania 



KOHLER Plumbing and Heating, 

Inc. 



215 East Third Street 

Phone 322-4152 

Williamsport, Pa., 1770! 

Materials Handling and 

Storage Equipment 

From Casters to Conveyor Systems 

Call 

WEPCO, INC. 

Wmspt. Lycoming County Airport BIdg., Room 10! 

Montoursville, PA 1 7754 

Telephone (7 1 7) 368-8 1 84 and 8 1 85 



NEW LYCOMING BAKERY 

Best itdilan Bread in City 




220 Curtain St. 



So. Williamsport 



Phone: 326-9426 
Reg. Penna. Dept. Agr. 



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Materials Handling and 
Storage Equipment 



From CASTERS to CONVEYOR SYSTEMS 

Call 
WEPCO, INC. 

Wmspt. Lycoming County Airport BIdg. Room 101 

Montoursville, PA 1 7754 

Telephone (7 1 7) 368-8 1 84 and 8 1 85 



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COAT OF ARMS 

OF LAMBDA CHi ALPHA 



The Brothers Wish to Congratulate All 1979 Seniors! 




Everything for Everyone 



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Sports Equipment 

366 Pine Street 
Williamsport, Pa. 



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Congratulations 
Class of 1979 



l^ji,, ^i Soulh Reach Road • PO Bo« 3487, Wlin.mspon, Pennsylvania 17701 ■ Telepnono (7171 323.MM 



Congratulations 
Class of 1979 



Ideas and Materials 
to Make Your Home a Better Place to Live 



280 Arch Street, Williamsport, Pa. 



Bdbcock & Eilcox 

Bailey Controls Company 




1700 East Third Street 
Williamsport, PA 



Compliments of 



WILLIAMSPORT 

MIRROR 
AND GLASS CO. 



Congratulations 
Debi and Class of 79 



Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kruger 



FELICITACIONES 
MARTAMATHISON 

FELICITATIONS 
MARTE MATHISON 

CONGRATULATIONS 
MARTHA MATHISON 



Love Mom and Dad 
May 1979 



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THE MACKE COMPANY 



Extraordinary Food 



2 1 00 Reach Road 
Williamsporf, Pa. 17701 



326 2651 




STONE 
CORRUGATED 
CONTAINERS 



A Division of Stone Container 
Corporation 



Williamsport Plant 

Reach Road Industrial Park 
Williamsport, Pennsylvania 17701 



717— 323 8673 



Over 50 Years 
of Service 



Robert M. Lupole, Jr. 
Representative 



W. Branch Commercial BIdg. 
21 W. Third Street 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
Office: 717— 326 5167 



Lawrence A. Fiorini 
Owner Agent 



yHatUuu = goUzx 



Professional Insurance Consultants 




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Private Club 



"Where Friends Meet" 



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The\^rden Portrait. 

I'br some people, a diploma is not enough. 



Some people feel that there should be more 
to >;raduation More than lust a diploma A timeless 
commemorative of your >(raduation is the Varden 
portrait 

Your Varden portrait will speak with dis 
tinition For t)ver M) years, the name Varden has 
meant the ultimate in fine portraiture When you 
graduate don t settle for less 



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STUDIOS INC 



C. A. Reed 

MaKES EVERYDaV a HOLIDaV 

Paper Tableware 
Crepe Paper 
Candles 



favors 
Toys 



C. A. Reed Division 

WestvAco Corporation 

WlllUmspor;. fm. T7701 



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CmSks 



Since 1897 
28 W. 4th Street 



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Williamsport, PA 1770! 
326-2094 



AN OPEN LETTER TO THE CLASS OF 1 979 

Congratulations upon your accomplishment — you are now the proud possessors of a Liberal Arts Educa- 
tion. Whether you will be continuing your education or moving on to the world of work, please remember that 
in addition to your own unique skills and talents, each of you has developed skills in: 

Communications — both written and oral 
Research Techniques and 
Analytical Thought 

It is important to note that the services of Lycoming College do not end now that you have graduated. Alumni 
are welcome to make use of any or all of the programs offered by the Career Development Center and the 
Alumni Office. 

The Career Development Center will continue to send you information on job opportunities for as long as it 
takes you to find meaningful employment. We do ask that you notify the Career Development Center once you 
have obtained a position so that we may direct our efforts toward those who are still job hunting. 

Just as we hope to keep you informed, through our Alumni Office and Career Development Center mailings 
of new developments taking place on campus and in the academic community at large, we hope that you will 
do the same for us. It is imperative that we have a current mailing address in our files; if you change your resi- 
dence, place of employment, or complete additional schooling, may we be the first to know? 

In addition, we ask that you let us know of any job openings in your place of employment so that we might 
assist future graduates in their job hunt. 

Communication is the key word — 

HELP YOUR ALMA MATER SHARE THE PRIDE OF YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS 



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Albright, Mark A. 








Biber, Steven J. 


2604 Lark Ave. 








1821 Lafayette Pkwy. 


Altoona, Pa. 16602 








Williamspon, Pa. 17701 
LCA. 


Ames, Carolyn L. 










R.D. #1 








Bideaux, Charles H. 


Richfield Springs, N.Y. 13439 








P.O. Box 27 


SUB Brd., Drm. Coun., Soc. 


Clb. 


Homcmg, 


Hayesville, N.C. 28904 


Com , Intrmls., Soc. Stud. Adv. Com. 


Choir 


LCA, 


Band, Fid. Hky., SALC, LGA 








Bonawitz, Kevin J. 


Ammon, Gregory K. 








98 E. Franklin St. 


63WinchipRoad 








Shavertow/n, Pa. 18708 


Summit N.J, 07901 








TC. 


Apsley, Karen R 








Bornman, T. Tyrone 


112 W.Lincoln Ave. 








31 3 Linden Ave. 


Roselle Park, N.J. 07204 








Marysville, Pa. 17053 


Choir, Tour Choir, Psi Chi, Intrmls, 


the Group. 


KDR, Ftbl. 


Arcoleo, JanetJ. 








Boyer, Randy R. 


813 Huron Rd. 








Box 66 R.D. #3 


Franklin Lakes, N.J. 07417 








Bangor, Pa. 18013 


Drm. Coun. Sec, Cath Coun. 
Spctr., Arrow, Stu./Fac. Disc. 


. Big 
Com 


Sisr. Pgm., 
.,WAA. 


Bradley, Michael A. 
23 Neshaminy Dell Dr. 


Arnold, Kim H. 








R.D. #1 Chalfont, Pa. 18914 


24 Federal St. 








Wrest., TC — Officer, Intrmls 


Boston, Ma. 02110 








Adv. Club. 


Bahnsen, Wendy S. 








Brandenburg, Lynda L. 


331 Buttonball Lane 








727 Hepburn St. 


Glastonbury, Ct. 06033 








Williamsport. Pa. 17701 


Baker, Thomas S. 








Brenner, Richard S. 


R.D. #2 Box 219 








3817 Green St. 


Waynesburg, Pa. 15370 








Harrisburg, Pa. 17110 


TC — Hist., Asst. Treas., Fresh 


CI. 


Treas., 


LCA. 


Drm. Coun. — Sec, Treas., Wrest 






Qri^rt rtftKr^ 1 



Coord., Bio. 



Baldwin, Diane C. 

59 Crest Dr. 

Bernardsville, N.J, 07924 

TKE, Lil. Sis., Treas., Art Stu., Adv. Com. 

Bandarian, Jane E. 
1227 Lafayette Pkwy. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
Arrow, Psych Club. 

Baran, Cynthia M. 
3000 Fischer Rd. 
Easton, Pa. 18042 

Bartuski, Frank J. 
59 E. Enterprise St. 
Glen Lyon, Pa. 18617 

Baskeyfield, Mark E. 

106 Vine SL 

Ringtown, Pa., 17967 

LGA, For. Lng. Soc, Bio. Adv. Grp., Trk., 

Rugby Clb., Intrmls., Outdoor Rec Clb. 

Batten, Sharon A. 

4403 Wakefield Rd. 

Baltimore, Md. 21 21 6 

BPG, Black Cong., WAA, SUB. Brd., Drm. 

Coun. 

Baumgardner, Robert L. 
430 Spruce St. 
Clearfield, Pa. 16830 
Movie Critic. 

Benanti, Stephanie M. 

781 Arthur St. 

W. Hampstead, N.Y. 1 1552 

Bernstorf , Allen B. Jr. 
507 Wynne Ave. 
Havertown, Pa. 19083 
TKE,JVBskbl. 

Beuttas, Kristina F. 
1002 Conewango Ave. 
Warren, Pa, 16365 



R.D. #1 Box 17 

Roring Branch, Pa. 17765 

Sr. CI. Trees,, Intrmls. Drm. Coun,, Homcmg, 

Nominee. 

Brosius, Renee L, 

Box 84 

Swiftwater, Pa. 1 8370 

Fid. Hky., BPG, Sr. CI. VP, Arrow, Stu. Aff. 

Com., WAA, Soc. Stu. Adv. Com. 

Brown, Ann E. 
435 E. Main St. 
Hummelstown, Pa. 1 7036 
lnlrmsl.,PSEA,APO. 

Brown, Michael S. 

421 Virginia Ave, 

Havertown, Pa. 19083 

Bskbl., KDR, Intrmls., Big Bro. Pgm, 

Brungard, Robert C. 
120 Allendale Dr. 
Montoursville, Pa. 17754 
LCA. 

Burkhard, Susan M. 
273 Wall St. 
Eatontown, N.J. 07724 
APO, Cath Coun., Ski Club. 

Burkhart, Steven J. 
814 Memorial Ave. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Butler, Gerald P. 
13036 Swell Rd. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19116 
KDR, Ftbl. 

Butterworth, Sue E. 
229 Surplus St. 
Duxbury, Ma. 02332 
Wom Ten., Drm. Coun. 
Gde. 

Caldwell, Suzanne S. 



Treas., Arrow, Tour 



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Scullery Boss, IFC 



500 Park Terrace 
Harrisburg, Pa. 17111 
BPG. 

Gallery, Nancy C. 
320 Paoli Pike 
Malvern, Pa. 19355 
BPG. Soc. Club. 

Campbell, William S. 
R.D. =6 80x298 
Newton. N.J. 07860 
KDR Pres. VP, Intrmis, 

Canglalosi, Richard P. 
435 Kelly Court 
Wyckoff, N.J. 07481 
KDR, Sec. PIdg. Mstr., 
Spts. 

Canouse, Beth A, 
Box 150 R.D «6 
Hanover, Pa. 17331 • 

Carlucci, Philip F. 
2227 Fox St 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Caseman, Holly M. 
R.D. =3 Box 153 D 
Jersey Shore, Pa 17740 

Caserta, Carl 
1966 74th St. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11204 
KDR. Ftbl. 

Chervanik, Judy A. 

R.D. «4Box66 

Sunbury, Pa. 17801 

Drm. Coun., Arrows, Soc. Club, PSEA, Big Sis. 

Prgm., SUB, Tour Gde.. Cath Coun. 

Chilson, Roger D. 
R.D. «1 Box77-A 
Covington, Pa. 16917 

Ciccarelli, Francis C. 
348 Pine St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Clark, Timothy E. 
841 Laurel Dr. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 18017 
TKE, Bio. Stu. Adv. Com. 

Coates, Robert J. 
411 Radnor St. Rd. 
Wayne, Pa. 19087 
KDR. 

Cromley, BrendaR. 
229 Grampian Blvd. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Crompton, Deborah A. 
8273 Club Meadows Dr. 
Dallas, Tx. 75243 
BPG,WAA, Drm. Coun. 

Curran, Jeffrey P. 
144 Tenth St. 
Renovo, Pa. 17764 

Curtis, Melanie A. 
Box 1 1 Fancher Ave. 
FairHaven, N.Y. 13064 

Daly, Eugene T. 
63 Strath Haven Dr. 
Broomall, Pa. 19008 
Ftbl., SP. 

Davenport, Stephen F. 

113 Waller St. 

WilkesBarre, Pa. 18702 

Tour Choir, Drm. Coun., Big Bro. Prgm., Soc. 

Club. Soc. Adv. Brd., Homcmg. Com., 



Intrmis.. Chapel Choir. 

Day, H. James 
1435 Scott St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

deBruin, Susan 

Edson Lane 

Old Brookeville, NY. 1 1545 

DeFillppis. Mario 
37 Mine Ave. 
Bernardsville, N.J. 07924 
Intrmis., LCA. 

Dembin, Andrew H. 
408GlendaleRd. 
Norlhvale, N.J. 07647 
TKE. 

Diaco. Robert 
1739 Adams Ave. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 17837 

DiMarco, M. Catherine 
944 Sheridan St. 
Williamsport, Pa 17701 

Doane, Jane L 

Dodaro, Patricia L 
440 Bernshouse Ave. 
Hammontown, N.J. 08037 
Band, Cath. Coun., Folk Grp., 
CI. Sec, Intrmis. 






PHPA VP, Sr. 



Dowd, Sharon R. 

24 Calvert Ave. W. 

Edison, N.J. 08817 

Dance Teach.. Theat Plys., ASP Lil. 

Drm. Coun , Pres , Treas., Intrmis. 



Sis. 



Duff, Keith J. 

408 Wayside Rd. 

Neptune, N.J. 07753 

Drm. Coun., Pres., VP Chem. Soc, ACS Stu. 

Aff , Pre-Health Club. 




Lang. Soc. Drm. 



Eddy, Kimberly S. 
41 Eastland Circle 
Waynesboro, Pa. 17268 
Arrow, Worn. Ten., For. 
Coun, Sec, ODE 

Ekblom, Robert F. 
1141 HadtnerAve. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
APO. 

Ellers. Richards. 
425 Black Latch Lane 
Camp Hill. Pa. 17011 

Erb. Edward K. 
102 W.Park St. 
Avis. Pa. 17721 
Tour Choir. TPAC Sec 

Erk. Timothy W. 
1303 Bridge St 
Seelyville. Pa. 18431 
TC 

Esposito, Robert A. 

610 Market St. 

S. Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Evans. Dana L. 

638ColdbrookRd. 

So Glastonbury. Ct 06073 

Pre-Law Club. Sen Rep . Drm f;oiin VP. 

Pres., Phil Stu Adv Cmri . Horrit.rrig . inlftnlf; 

Evans, John F II 

31 5 Jefferson AviniKi 

NewCastlo. Do ]Uf/() 

APO, Tour Chnit. f.tioir. f.fiap Cfioir. TEA. 

Arrow F'l SAI (.. Sor. . Arerin Theal . Ed 







169 



Adv., PSEA Chap., Brd., Cam. Christ., Assoc. 

Exiine, John D. 
14026 Erwin St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19116 

Fallon, Marianne C. 
705 Corson St. 
Bristol, Pa. 19007 

Fenstermacher. Peter D. 
44 Post Lane 
Riverdale, N.J. 07457 

Figlerski, Robert W. 

355 Railroad St. 

Nanticoke, Pa. 18634 

ASP, Psych Club, Psych. Adv. Club. 

Fisher, Michael R. 

Box 1 32 

Camrtial, Pa. 1 7723 

Fowler, Virgil R. 

P.O. Box 43 Penn Avres 

Pennsdale, Pa. 17761 

Fritzo, Marsha L. 

125 Berks St. 

Easton, Pa. 18042 

Bio. Sem. Com., Bio. Adv. Com. Drm. Coun., 

Treas., Pub. Brd., Stu. Jud. Com. 

Geisler, Cheryl L. 
670 Webster Ave. 
Allentown, Pa. 18103 
WRLC, Drm. Coun., Soc. Club. 

Gelnett, Timothy J. 
North Hills 
Milton, Pa. 17847 
LCA. 

Gentilesco. Carl D. 
225 Berner Ave. 
Hazleton.Pa. 18201 
I.F.C. Rep., Intrmls., KDR. 

Gingrich, Leona J. 
808 Logue St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Goetting, KeithJ. 
486 Colonial Rd. 
Ridgewood, N.J. 07450 
TC. 

Goldberg, Donald 

554 A. New Highway Apt. 2H 

Hauppage.N.Y. 11787 

TC. 



Graden, David W. 
180 Virginia Ave. 
Carlisle. Pa. 17013 
Chem. Soc. Pres. 
Comm. 



KDR, Chem. Stu, Adv. 



Granato, Russell J. 
1024 E. Garden Rd. 
Vineland. N.J. 08360 
LCA 

Gray, David A. 
5881 Hillside Dr. 
Watertown, N.Y. 13601 
TC. 

Gray, Nellie C. 
228 Railroad St. 
Jersey Shore, Pa. 17740 

Grefe, Laurie J. 
2442 Mill Pond St. 
Yorktown Heights, N.Y. 10598 
Intrms., Var. Bskbl. Man. 

Griffith, Erica F. 



136 Huffman Ave. 
Williamsport, Pa. 1 7701 

Griggs, Stephen M, 
1335NorthwayRd. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Gross, Carol A. 
Box 320 RD. #1 
Macungie, Pa. 18062 

Grove, Eric H. 

Box 409 

Salladasburg, Pa. 1 7740 

LCA, 

Guisewite, Geoffrey M. 

1406 Locust St. 

Jersey Shore. Pa. 17740 

Gustafson, Ruth A. 

834 Fourth Ave. 

Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Band, Flk. Grp., For. Lang. Soc, PAT. 

Gwiazdowski, Stephen F 
3209 Magee Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19149 
Ftbl., SP — Pres,, IFC Sports. 

Harlan. Rachel D 
Box 181 

Manchester, Me. 04351 
BPG. 

Hiller, Paul T. 
210 Terrace Ave. 
Trucksville, Pa. 18708 
TKE. 

Hoffman, Kimberlee L. 
685 Fourth Ave. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Holdren, Kenneth A. 

428 Front St. 

New Berlin, Pa. 1 7855 

Holman, Margaret Y. 
54 Roderick Rd. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Hovey, Steven R. 
321 Birch Pkwy. 
Wyckoff. N.J. 07841 
KDR, Ftbl. Wrest. 

Howe. Rodney L. 

433 Peruville Rd. RD. #1 

Freeville, N.Y. 13068 

APO, Chap. Brd., Homcmg, Comm. 

Huff, Gary E. 
1806 Columbia Ave. 
Tyrone. Pa. 1 6686 
SALC. LCA. Choir. Intrmls. 

Hullings, Joanne E. 

91 2 Spring St. 

Bristol, Pa. 19007 

BPG, SALC, Fid. Hky., Iruska, For. Lang. Soc, 

WRLC, Big Sis. Prgm., Arrow, Span. Adv. 

Com., WAA, Drm. Coun., Homcmg. Com. 

Issacs, Thomas E. Jr. 
325 Browning Lane 
Cherry Hill, N.J. 08003 
ASP 

Ivers, Susan E. 

79 Maple Ave. 

Tuckahoe. NY. 10707 

Soc. Club. WAA, Intrmls.. Worn. Ten,, BPG. 

Jones, Edward J. Jr. 
41 2 Hillside Lane 
Haddonfield, N.J. 08033 
Tour Choir. 



Jordan, John M. 
1 81 1 Roseberry St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19145 
Ftbl.,Trk.,SP. 

Kadash, Diana R. 
RD*3S. Reach Rd. 
Williamsport, Pa. 1 7701 

Kaszuba, Cynthis A. 
5 Amy Way 
Red Bank, N.J. 07701 
Drm. Coun., Intrmls. 

Kearney, Denise 
63 Clinton Place 
Tinton Falls, N.J. 07724 
Intrmls.. Black Cong., Arrow 

Kelly, Tim J. 

Box 300 Stephensburg Rd. 

Port Murray, N.J. 07865 

SP. 

Kern, Susan J. 

1971 Chestnut St. 

Emmaus, Pa. 18049 

APO — Sec. Psych. Club, Lib. Asst. 

Killian, MarjorieF. 
321 Hughes St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 1 7701 

King, Donald B. 
2624 Whittier Ave. 
Sinking Spring, Pa. 19608 
LCA. 

Kinn, Larry L. 
RD#2 

Danville, Pa. 17821 
Chem. Soc, APO. 

Klages, Glenn C. 

1 8 Sage Dr. 

Warren, N.J. 07060 

TC, Swim Tm. — Co. Capt.. Ten. 

Klotz, Stephen K. 
2364 Fairview Terrace 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Kramer, Kim D. 

1154 E.Cedar St. 

Allentown, Pa. 18103 

WAA, PAT, Flk. Grp., Disc. Comm., Arrow, Jr., 

Sr. CI. Pres, 

Kropp, Harold C. Jr. 
223 Summer St. 
Duboistown, Pa, 17701 

Kruger, Det>orah S. 
236 Sussex Dr. 
Nanhasset, NY. 11030 

Lafky, Susan D. 

13029 Grenoble Dr. 

Rockville. Md. 20853 

Tour Choir, For. Lang. Soc. Sec, APO VP, 

SALC, Rus. Club, Theat., Scholars. Curr. Dev. 

Comm., Iruska, Gillette Award, Gold Key. 

Lang, Leonard F. H. Jr. 
Ill Yale Ave. 
Stratford, N.J. 08084 
TKE. 

Lansmann, Patricia J. 

124 Manor Dr. 

Red Bank, N.J. 07701 

Latini, Vincent L. 
1 16 S. River St. 
Athens, Pa. 18810 
TKE Sec 

Lazar, KimberlyA. 



170 



2748 Lincoln Dr. 
Montoursville, Pa. 17754 
APO. 

Leahy, Joyce S. 

1 106 Welsh Rd. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 19115 

Acctng. Stu. Adv. Brd., ODE, Big Sis. Prgm., 

BPG Treas., Rd. Hky., Intrmls. 

Leavens, James A. 

RD«:1 

Paxinos, Pa. 17860 
KDR, SALC. LGA, Intrmls. 

Lebo, Michael W. 
171 ShattoDr. 
Carlisle. Pa. 17013 
Soccer, TC, Wrest. 

Leffler, William P. Jr. 
620 Longshore Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19111 

Lemons, Joy S. 

550 Maple St. 

W. Hempstead, N. Y. 1 1 552 

Chap Brd.. Cath. Coun., UCM, Drm. Coun. 

Intrmls., Flk. Grp., TPAC, HHPAC. 

Lewis, Robert K. Jr. 
Box 381. RD ~1 
Shavertow^n. Pa. 18708 

Little, Daniel B, 

Mam St 

Picture Rocks, Pa. 1 7762 

Lochner, Robert J. Jr. 
30 Prides Crossing 
New City. N.Y. 
TC 

Lockley, Robert M. 
3210 Yosemite Ave. 
Baltimore. Md. 21215 
Black Cong.. SUB Brd. 
Trk . WargmeClub. 

Long, Cynthia A 

102 Chancellor Ave. 

Johnstown, Pa. 15904 

RA, TKE Lil Sis , See. Adv. Brd. 

Lucas. Russell A. 
1 Search Ave 
Pennington. N J. 08534 

TC. PSA. 

Lumpkin. Gregory M. 
18 Azalea Lane 
Levittown, Pa. 19055 
SP 

Lutz. JoyA 

712 First Ave. Apt. 2 

Williamsport. Pa. 17701 

Maftia, Joseph F 

RD =1 

Spencer. NY 14883 

Marker. Constance A. 

3092 Greenview Terrace 

Hamburg, NY 14075 

ASP Lil Sis . Pres . Intrmls. Lyco Review. 

Martini. Drew 
5 N Market St. 
Shamokin. Pa 17872 
LCA 

Martz Michelle F. 

721 N HarnsburgSt 

Oberlin-Steelton. Pa 17113 

BPG VP PIdgmstr . Cheerldr.. Arrow, Intrmls. 

Soc Club, Ed. Adv. Bd , Soc. Adv. Bd. 



Intrmls. Drm. Coun.. 



Mathis, Hilda S. 
81 5 Cherry St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 1 7701 

Mathison, Martha J. 
22 Meadow Brook Rd. 
Randolph. N J 07801 

May, Keith R. 
34 Eric St. 
Norwich, NY 13815 
ASP. 

McCracken, Mark K. 
1091 Memory Lane 
Mechanicsburg, Pa. 17055 
LCA. 

McCreary, Glenn E. 
916 Pine SL 

Montoursville, Pa. 17754 
APO. 

McDowell, Glenn D. 
59 Patrice Terrace 
Williamsville, NY 14221 
KDR, Ftbl. Trainer, Intrmls. 

McGill, Barry S 
19 June PI. 
Matawan.NJ 07747 

Mclntyre, Frederick P. Jr. 
46 Hilton St 
Darien,Ct, 06820 

McMahon, Janet E. 

79 Davis Ave, 

Bloomfield, NJ 07003 

LCA Cresc. Pres., VP, Soc Chr., Pan. Coun. 

Pres.. Homcmg. Comm., Arrow, LGA. 

McVey, Kevin 
11117KirbyDr. 
Philadelphia, Pa 19154 
Ftbl. 

Meyer, Candace E. 
225 N 48th St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 17111 
For. Lang Soc . Theat. 
Coun. 



Adv. Bd . Scholar 



Miller, Francis D. 
314E 22nd Ave. 
N.Wildwood.NJ 08026 

Miller, Nancy S. 

4410 Farmersville Rd Ext. 

Easton, Pa 18042 

Mitchell, Paul C. 
175 Sawmill Rd. 
Stamtord.Ct. 06903 
Band, APO. 

Mitchell, Sheila A 
RD =2, Box 310 
Jersey Shore, Pa 17740 

Mohnal, Thomas J. 
305KinkeadSt. 
Philipsburg, Pa 16866 

Molesky, Mark A. 
41 2 Walnut St 
Montoursville, Pa. 17754 

Montgomery, Cynthia L. 

60 Exeter Dr. 

Berkeley Heights. NJ 07922 

Moore, Thomas S 
RD =4. Box 393 
Jersey Shore, Pa. 17740 

Morris, Ronald N 
2021 N. KonkleRd 



Montoursville, Pa. 17754 

Motter. Gordon L. 
115 Fairview Dr. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 17837 

Moyer, Kathy J. 

175N FairvilleAve. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 17112 

SUB Brd., Pre-Law Club, Crim. Just. Soc, 

Chap. Brd., Choir, Drm. Coun , PSA, Tour 

Gde 

Mueller, Richard A. 
B0X116RD iJl 
Forksville. Pa. 18616 
TKE. 

Myers. Patricia A. 
301 N. 26th St. 
CampHill. Pa. 17011 
Bio. Adv Brd. 

Myers, Rosalind S 
1 13 S. East Ave 
Wenonah, NJ 08090 

Neil, Donald B Jr 
lieSquan Beach Dr 
Mantoloking,NJ 08738 
TKE. 

Newman, Robin J. 

24 Baltimore St. 

Gettysburg. Pa. 17325 

CGAA, Hon Dgr. Comm , PAT Pres., For, 

Lang Soc Chrm., Ind St Comm., Homcmg 

Comm , Iruska, Intrmls , Fr Adv. Brd., Hist. 

Adv Comm 

Oliverio. Aeresa Wanda 
1 W Cedar Ave 
Merchantville, N J 08109 
APO 

O Rourke. Francis James 

330 West Elm St 

Palmyra, Pa 

Drm Coun . Crim Jus Soc, Intrmls. 

Overholt. Beverly Sue 
604 Sixth Ave 
Williamsport. Pa. 17701 

Overholt, David John 
2207 Pineford Dr. 
Middletown, Pa. 17057 
KDR — Pres., Lye Spts. 
Tech 

Parsons, Lee R. 
239 Clearfield Circle 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

Penoyer. Robert Scott 
1013 Ogden Ave 
Clearfield. Pa 16830 

Perry, Elizabeth Ann 
144 High St 

Piscataway, N J 08854 
Cheerldg., Cath. Coun. 
Comm 

Peters, Karl L 
2222 Wheatland Ave. 
Williamsport, Pa 17701 

Petersen, Diana Joan 

90 Braemar Dr 

Cheshire, Ct. 

BPG , WAA, Tennis Tm., Intrmls. 

Piazza, John Stanley 

1572RoamontDr 

Centerville, Oh 45459 

Choir, Lye Revw , New Life. The Group, 

Chap Bd 



Prm -Trn , Theatre- 



BPG. WAA, TEA 



171 



LCA, Westl., 



Pisulak, Andrew Walter 

3026 Oakland Dr. 

Northampton, Pa. 18067 

KDR. Ftbl., Wrest.. Crim. Jus. Clb., Intrmls. 

Poggi. Marianne 

10 Orchard Lane 

Hillsdale, N.J. 07642 

BPG, WAA. Intrmls., Soc./Anth. Clb. — VP, 

Soc. Adv. Com., Spn. Adv. Com. 

Protasio, Charles F. 

36 Eldred St. 

S. Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Rearick, Gretchen P. 
221 N. Main St. Box 115 
Lock Haven, Pa. 17745 

Reeser. Steven Howard 
11 08 Allen St. 
Montoursvllle, Pa. 17754 

Reeves, Bruce Eugene 
1221 Ellis Hollow Rd. 
Ithaca, N.Y. 14850 
Sptr — Adv. Mgr./Bus. Mgr., 
Stu./Fac. Com.,CDC. 

Reuther, Thomas F. 
212/2 N. Main St. 
Muncy, Pa. 17756 

Rogers, Robert Joel 
727 Hepburn St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Rosser, Devon Eilene 
703 Hepburn St., Apt. #1 
Williamsport, Pa. 1 7701 

Roth, Pam 

310 Redwood Lane 

Cheshire, Ct. 06410 

Royack, Lorraine 
687 Garden St. 
Bristol. Pa. 19007 
BPG, WAA, Intrmls., 
For. Lang. Adv. Com. 

Rubino, Jay Anthony 
21 15 Gregg 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19115 
SP. 

Russell, Blaine Quentin 
1 1 7 Hastings Ave. 
Havertown, Pa. 19083 
ASP 

Scheuplein, John Laurens 
95 Silver Spring Rd. 
ShortHills, N.J. 07078 

Schneider, David William 

3918 Lincoln Parkway West 

Allentown, Pa. 18104 

Bus. Adv. Com., LGA, Drm. Coun. 

Treas., SUB Mgr., Big Brotr. Pgm. 

Schreffler, Linda Lou 

1500 Briarwood Dr. RD. #3 

Montoursvllle, Pa. 17754 

Schreibeis, Joan L. 
75 Dogwood Lane 
Berkeley Hts, N.J. 07922 
ASP — Treas., Drm. Coun. - 
— Capt., Dwnstge. Prod. 

Selsor. Douglas Edward 
428 Broadway 
Pompton Lakes, N.J. 07442 
TC. 

Shickel. David Brian 
Box 648, RD. ffS 
Newton, N.J. 07860 
KDR. 

Sibley, Kenneth Douglas 



CDC, Lib. Adv Com. 



Cent. 



■Treas., Intrmls. 



172 



62 Cara Dr. 

Pearl River, N.Y. 10965 

Band — Pres., APO, PC — Pres.. Hmcmg. 

Chmn. Cath. Coun., Psych. Adv. Bd. 

Siegfried, Kathleen Winona 
RD. #3 
Norristown, Pa. 19401 

Smay, John A. 

802 Walnut St. 

Hollidaysburg, Pa. 16648 

Intrmls., Intl. Rel. Clb., Pre-Law Soc, Stu./ 

Fac, Com. 

Smith, Mark Kehler 
84 Anthony Wayne Dr. 
Wayne, Pa. 19087 
ASP 

Smith, Michael Alan 
RD. #2, Box 160 B 
Phillipsburg, N.J. 08865 
TKE, Intrmls. 

Solomon, Diana Marie 

535 Curtin St. 

S. Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Spring, Gary John 

20 Heather Hill Ct. 

Cresskill, N.J. 07626 

SUB, Sptr., APO, PAT, Natl Hnr. Soc. — Hist., 

Intrmls., Tour Guide, Choir, Genisis, SHARE 

Pgm., Drm. Coun. 

Stirone, Diane Marie 
33 Summer Ave. 
Dover, N.J. 07801 
Intrmls.. New Life. 

Stout, Kevin Richard 
104 Montieth Ave 
West Lawn, Pa. 19609 

Stubanas, Jeffery David 

438 Brook Dr. 

Spring City. Pa. 19475 

Sptr. -Ad Mgr./Bus. Mgr., Irusha Hnr. Soc, 

Stu. Adv. Com., Econ. Adv. Com., LCA. 

Swift, Ann Marie 

P.O. Box 157 

Cogan Station, Pa. 17728 

Tanfani, Joseph Robert 
337 First Ave. 
Vestal, N.Y. 13850 

Toohey, John Michael 
1401 RitcheySt. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Trevisan, John August 
436 Conrad Dr. 
Springfield, Pa. 19064 
TKE, 

Turner, Darcene 

R.D. *1 

Troy, Pa. 16947 

SALC, Jr. CI. Sec, Hmcmg. Com. 

Vanderlin, Michael Richard 
5 0verhillRd. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
LCA. 

Vandervander, Jon Charles 

18 Elm Ave. 

Ramsey, N.J. 07446 

Fr. Drm. Coun. — VP, Socc. — Capt., TC — 

SeclFCRep. — VP. 

VanSyckle, Timothy Joseph 

700 Williams St. 

Easfon, Pa. 18042 

KDR, Ftbl. 

Viguers, James Bruce 
15 Dug Way 
Watchung, N.J. 07060 



Vilushis, David William 

591 Lincoln St. 

Hazelton, Pa. 18201 

KDR — Pres — Ptfx., Ftbl., Intrfraf. Coun, 

Rep., Intrmls. 

Walker, Calvetta Ann Hudson 
338 High St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Waltz, Kristine L, 

1433 Cemetery St. 

Jersey S,hore. Pa. 17740 

Choir. Schlr., Pres. Fel., Poli, Sci. Adv. Com., 

Hist. Adv. Com., Pre-Law Clb., Hmcmg. Com. 

PAT, PSD. 

Wease, Kurt Richard 
1850 Four Mile Dr. 
Montoursvllle, Pa. 17754 

Weitzel, Ann Elaine 

426 Chestnut Ave. 

Hershey, Pa. 17033 

Fid. Hky. — Co. Capt., Crim. Jus. Soc. — 

Pres., BPG — VP Hschr., SALC, WAA, 

Intrmls. 

Williams Bradley Donald 

RD. tti 

Hop Bottom, Pa. 18824 

Williams, Charles Stockman 

1403HarcourtDr. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 17110 

Acct Adv. Com., APO, Math Adv. Com.. 

SALC, Intvw Pan., Big Brthr. Pgm., Stu Bd 

Chr., Chap. Bd., UCM, Intrmls., CDC, Snk Bar 

Chr, The Group. 

Winter. Ruth Ann 
1104 Mulberry St. 
Montoursvllle, Pa. 17754 

Winters, Raymond Alvin 
RD. ii2,Box315A 
Montgomery, Pa. 17752 

Witty, Barbara Ann 
318WedgewoodDr 
Easton, Pa. 18042 

Wolfe. Eileen Ruth 
51 1 Tule St. 
Montoursvllle, Pa. 17754 

Wood, Daniel Carl Leonard 

RD. =t1.Box194A 

Montrose, Pa. 18801 

TC — Pres,, Wrest., Intrmls., Line Boss. 

Woodruff. Carol Leigh 

1314 AdeleRd, R.D. *3 

Montoursvllle, Pa. 17754 

Choir, APO, Hmcmg. Com., Our Town. 

Yagel, Susan Kay 
1714 Four Mile Dr. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

Yoas, Karl W. 
415 Oakland Ave. 
Williamsport, Pa. 1 7701 

Young, Brad E. 
R.D. *2 
Williamsport, Pa, 17701 

Young, Roy Neil 
68 Deer Trail 
Ramsey, N.J. 07446 
Phil. Adv. Com. 

Yoxtheimer, James Henry 

Box 15 

Waterville, Pa. 17776 

LCA. 



One-Liners 



To All "MY LOVES:" DiMarco, Minick, Patty, Sharon, Jul, Lorna, Andrea, and especially Leslie, THANKS FOR A FANTAS- 
TIC YEAR!!! As always, "YOUR LOVE, " Paul . . Doug — I dare, you daresn't, so no I nahope — The Bush Champion . . . 
Ed — "Wanna Jump Bushes" — "Just Forget it" Auggie and I miss and love you — Window Lady . . . SNOUTY-JOHN- 
BOY, wish you both had been here for our great SENIOR YEAR; Always "Buddies" — "The Dancing Bear" .. To my 
Honey Bear, thank you for being my bestest "buddy" ever Remember I LOVE YOU! Signed, BEAR . . . Patti Pinhead 
Toast mobile; Big Blue Frog; Hey Baby; to the best suitie and friend. Beezer; wiggle in the wind; I love my roomate. Fig 
Rubin; Methods; we'll remember Lemon Joy: Bananners; claurs (claws). Turkey: Nestle's; batacas, who me, study? Darcy 
DT; "Turner, Darcy" Woffie: Bio 69 . . Love you all, RG . . . Tiger, Thanks for the four years full of fond memories. I hope 
there will be many more. I love you. Grrr . . . Dave ... "I CAN'T HEAR OUT OF MY EARS!!!" E.K.E.; North 3, 1978 . . . 
Best wishes to all; From two wild and crazy guys! . . . To D.WS. from his best man, K.D.S. — oxoxoxox . . . "The Owl can't 
hear, and therefore extinct . . . To Bob, Jerry, Jim, John, Kevin, Russ, and Sue: Thanks a million for everything! Woody . . . 
To 108 VINE from 106 VINE — Keep up our great reign — Good luck at "Camp Lyco" . . . CHEERS and more CHEERS to a 
great bunch of Guys on Crever III; Good Luck to ALL — signed "Clark" a.k.a. "Colonel KLINK" . . . Thanks to all my 
friends (Janis, Barry, and Melissa too) for helping me through — Kristine . . . John, thanks for all the shrieks, rants, and 
hugs. Love Raup's . Good Morning to you. Good Morning to you. Good Morning dear Kris, Good Morning to you. I miss 
you already, Love S'plee . . . Hey Gregory, would you just look at the size of these things! Stay tuned for further develop- 
ments. Love Betty and Harry . God Wild Go Crazy Get Naked . . . Jumpin' Joan, Wandee, Sue, Cindy Lou, Pam. Daity 
Bethy, Twitty, Corn Queen, Daffy, Dude, Danish and Breon; Wesley II . . Is that a pistol in your pocket — or are you glad to 
see me? . . . Our wall says it all — Toads included — Wesley II. . . Sex and drugs and Rock and Roll! . . . Who done it Big 
Al — da blond? . . . Frar and Brian love dead girls . . . What's you act Anyway? . . . Anyhow? . . . Anywhere? . . . Any- 
who? . . . "How does it feeel?" — the Bob Dylan Awareness Society ... To Carl and Thelma . . . Tanx Much . . . Beth, 
there were many good times that I'll never forget especially the night of the yellow wash cloth. Love, Sharon . . . R. O. W.- 
D.I. E., that's the way we spell rowdie. To the Beta Class of Beta Phi Gamma, the first and the best, Sharon ... To Mom and 
Dad, Thank-you for all your support and guidance. Love, your son, Bobby . . . Cindy-la, A special one of your toats to Har- 
risburg! See you in Greece! Love, Rachel . . . Nan, after all these years, you're 'Still the One," you always will be. All my 
love, Rachel . . Anners, Chell, Cal, and Cindy-la, if you're going to do something do it well. Remember 1980! A friend in 
deviency. Yo, Henry, it has been lovely fun and all that good stuff. Good Luck and much success. Check-ya later, Wood- 
stock. "He's not ignoring you," those little men just RELAX him — yes, you know who! . . . Char, Good Luck, to the best 
brother in the world. Enjoy your senior year with those "chi" guys! I'll miss you Love, Sis . . . To Pog, Babes, yacky, Perillo, 
duh Bruin, Esther, and Millie, thanks for making Florida '78 great! Love, Judy Lou . . . Bu, to the best roommate and friend I 
could ever have . . . much luck and success. Thanks for everything, schnoogers; I know we'll keep in touch; Love always, 
Lou . . . Shower, Violet, dial, bacon, Warsh, iron and dick; Effie this and Effie that; Bp Marianne, I'll help you pack June 
22nd. . . For Patti, "Let us go to the place where the little flowers grow and we'll wiggle in the wind . . . Love's grown deep 
. . . She went over to John's . . . Thank you Marianne social worker . . . going to Florida tonight. Dr. Durwachter . . The 
Boro — S.A. . . . Bu and Lou — complete suite agency, automatic dishwasher, cold water . . . won't you stay just a little bit 
longer? Bases and Pog . . . Marianne — Remember all our all-night talks? Thank you for everything that 20 words can't 
express. You always understood! Love, Janet. "The Twelve Dwarfs " dwindle to "The Original Seven" 1976 — 1980 . . . 
Seniors, Best of Luck always! Love, Cathy, Laurie, Moby, Patty, Sharon, Anne, and Carolyn . . . K.C. — The past two years 
have been fantastic — Thanks for so many good memories. Success and happiness to you always. J.L. ... To A.W., MM., 
N.C., R.H., S.I, B.P., S.C, J.H., N.M., K.C, If you're ever in Baltimore stop in to visit! . . . Listen to your language Bu, throw 
away the pom-poms, Chervy, go jump in the river Perillo, not now Yack, and DA-bruin . . . Goodbye doesn't mean forever 
— Judy, Kim, Beth, Lorraine, Sue, and the best to Buffie in "80. We'll miss you! . . . J. A. — Remember long talks, Jeffy, 
Dick, Gentlemen III, 3y2 hour drives, sit-ups, January 1 3, Frank — Miss you already! Marc . . . Marianne — love and Bob-a- 
lay: Smell that fresh Boro air! . . . Was it maneuver or manure!? . . . The complete suite — Pog, Babes, Lou, Bu and the 
automatic dishwasher? . . Judy Lou: Talks, laughs, cries, shared shirts, killing flies, twin-i. Right Bu-Right Lou . . . and 
friends forever — thanks. Love, Bu . . . Stay strong, move on, for that's the only way to get along. — The answer is you. 
Niece . . . Mom and Dad, thanks for all your love and guidance these past four years. With much love and appreciation, 
Chellers . . . Anners you've been such a special person in my life, it sure will be lonesome without you around. 143 Chell 
. . . Ann, Sue, Cal, Rachel, and Joanne, thanks for the best memories I'll always cherish and Lisa for senior year. Love, 
Michelle ... To all my Delta's and Epsilon's . . . you made it my best year ever with Beta Phi. Thanks! Love always, Chell 
... To All, Good times, good memories, good friends, Love Always, A.E.W. We will never pass this way again — I'm thank- 
ful for what we've shared. JEH . . . To all my friends . . . Thanks for the memories! JEH . . Pat — Carry on the family and 
the tradition! Love, Joanne . . . Good Luck Hockey Team! You're in our Hearts. Ann and Joanne . . . Beta Raiders and 
Beta Bandits — Carry on! JEH. . . to MFM, the years can't measure the times we shared together. Much Love A.E.W. . . . 
To Vicki and Sharon, The best sisters I could ever have. Good luck next year and always. Love Anners . . . Adios a todos 
mis amigos y amigas que hablan espahol! — Bueno suerte, Vayais con dios, con carino . . . Joaquina (Chica) 



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Meet the 
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Proff Readers and Literary Counselors — Marianne C Fallon and Patn 
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Faculty and Administration Editor — Sue But- 
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Senior Staff- — Kimberly Eddy, Editor — Denise Kearney, Judy Chervanik Sales — Renee Brosius, Advertisements — Barbara Witty. Missing Kim 

Kramer 




Photography Staff — Stephen Glinane. Gordon Coyle. Tom Issacs. Editor 
— Michelle F. Martz Missing — Karen Clark, Jeff Yurik, Paul Saltwick 



Business Manager 
John F Evans II 



Jeffrey Stubanas, Co-Editors — Janice E Tinsley, 



To the Bestest Staff Ever: 

The 1979 Arrow is looking for you ... we need photographers . . . look at the color pictures ... I quit; but 
you can't quit ... a deadline, when!?! . . . how many pictures today?, you're crazy ... Hi, have you received 
the pictures yet, no! ... I have a test tomorrow ... we must sell 250 books tonight or no book . . more, one- 
liners . , . we need ads . another deadline, we just had one last week . . the yearbook needs photographers 
. . . but I don't have any pictures ... we lost the film; not Long Hall again ... 41 more pages to go . . . there 
are too many pictures, they won't fit . . . the picture is too small . . . it's almost over . . . one more week! . , . 
IT'S ALL OVER NOW — WE DID IT!!! 



Thanx, 
Janice and John 



P.S. — You all couldn't have been any better, Good Luck Always! 



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Crossing the Bar 

Sunset and evening star, 

And one clear call for me! 
And may there be no moaning of the bar, 

When I put out to sea, 

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But such a tide as moving seems asleep, 

Too full for sound and foam. 
When that which drew from out the boundless deep 

Turns again home. 

Twilight and evening bell, 

and after that the dark! 
And may there be no sadness of farewell, 

When I embark; 

For though from out our bourne of Time and Place 

The flood may bear me far, 
I hope to see my pilot face to face 

When I have crossed the bar. 

— Tennyson 



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