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Bethanian 1976 




Bethany College 
Bethany, West Virginia 



This is Bethany College. Here, we 

had our own Bicentennial without the 

excuse of the 76 celebration. There 

were no surges of patriotism or 

flashes of red, white and blue; only 

the significant elements of revolution 

. . . Renovation — of Old Main, the 

Delta Tau Delta house and Cochran 

Hall; Reform — new I.D. cards, an 

interim president, probations, 

administrative re-assignmentS; 

Rotation — of classes, of professors 

and of fall, winter and spring. These 

seasons brought with them their own 

special spirit. 





Fall beckons us to Bethany. It offers 
newness; different experiences, 
strange faces, challenging courses, 
interesting roommates. There are 
those activities that belong only to 
fall — the Homecoming dance, 
football and soccer gomes and 
Halloween with the Phi Tau 
"Greasers and the Phi Mu "Boos." 
Yet prevalent in the minds of the 
upperclassmen is the thought that fall 
means there is one less year to go. 



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Snow, frost and ice dominate our 
winter scene. The first snowfall 
creates a wave of excitement; tfie 
last causes anxiety wfien it tfireatens 
to postpone the trip home. There is a 
shortage of trays at Slaters because 
they ore being used on the snow- 
covered hills. Thanksgiving and 
Christmas dinners mean finding five 
other people to eat with. Christmas 
carols chime from the Tower. Gowns 
and suits are finally brought out of 
closets for the long-awaited 
Christmas formals. Bid Day demands 
a decision which affects the course 
of the next three years. Like a 
snowfloke, these events are exclusive 

and unique. 





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Bethany is invigorated at the arrival 

of spring. Halter tops and shorts, 

baseball caps and tanktops are 

worn with o flair. Studying is done in 

the sun. Bicycles whiz past on the 

street. Sororities and fraternities hold 

their annual weekends. Greek Sing 

raises speculation as to what the 

Sigma Nus will do this time. Honors 

Day recognizes dedicated students; 

May Morning Breakfast toasts senior 

women. Commencement causes 

conflicting feelings among the 

graduates . . . relief and satisfaction 

with the transfer of the tassel; 

nostalgia; apprehension of the 

future; the sad realization that "we 

may never pass this way again." 




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Homecoming 
Traditions 

Homecoming 1975 was filled with 
many traditions. It marked the return 
of float competitions between hous- 
ing units. The Sigma Nu "Mooers" 
as clowns, along with the cheerlead- 
ers, twirlers, Bethanettes and band 
added to the football festivities. The 
return of alumni, dancing with Lester 
Lanin, Jesse Colin Young in Concert 
and parties concluded weekend tra- 
ditions. 




Homecoming Queen Audrey Holcomb is congratulated with a kiss from Sigma Nu 
"Mooer" Mark Cohen. 




Queen candidate Potti Moore and escort David Wright. 



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Queen Audrey Holcomb and Vol GundJing. 



Candidate Maureen Riley being escorted by David Jividen. 




Debbie Bina and J. B. Ali, 



Phi Mus win Homecoming Float Competition. 




Fraternities waiting to display their flogs. 



Wake Addresses 
Convocation 

On November 20, 1975 Bethany 
College welcomed its new interim 
president, Dr. Orville Woke, at a 
formal convocation. He was introduced 
by Dr. Perry Gresham, chairman of the 
Bethany College Board of Trustees. 
Attending the event were trustees, 
department chairmen, administrative 
heads and students from fraternities, 
sororities and independent housing 
units. Dr. Wake addressed the college 
on goals he wishes to achieve during 
his interim period. Dr. Kenney awarded 
scholastic achievement awards to the 
housing units that displayed the highest 
grade point average for the Spring of 
1975. The W. Kirk Woolery Award went 
to McEochern and the Anno Ruth 
Bourne Award went to Goodnight. 




Orville Woke, Interim President, expresses his gools for Bethany. 



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Robert Sandercox wishes Dr. Wake a successful year. 



Dr. Gresham speaks at convocation. 



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JESSE COLIN YOUNG 



One of the many weekend concerts at Bethany. 



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Parent's Weekend 

Jose Feliciano Concert 

Parent's Weekend at Bethany took 
place on the weekend of October 24 
through the 26. The highlights of this 
weekend were a Saturday afternoon 
football game against Hiram 
College with Bethany victorious. 
Saturday evening a special banquet 
dinner was held in honor of the 
parents, followed by the Jose 
Feliciano Concert. 




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Fall 
Productions 

Of Mice and Men, directed by David 

Judy, was presented during 

Freshman Orientation Week in 

September. John Steinbeck's 

naturalistic drama centered on two 

California migrant workers during 

the depression. They had one dream 

— to establish a home together. 

David Judy directed The Great God 

Brown during Parents Weekend in 

October. Eugene O'Neill's 

expressionistic drama focused on the 

conflicts of the corporate man and 

the artist. The use of masks to hide 

true feelings was central to the ploy. 



Of Mice and Men 



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Great God Brown . . . 



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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 



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Tennessee Williams' classic. Cat on a 
Hot Tin Roof, was directed by 
Bonnie Monte as her senior project 
in November. The Pulitizer Prize 
winning drama dealt with the greed, 
frustration, and guilt of a wealthy 
Southern family. The family was 
forced to face unwanted truth in one 
explosive evening. Lanford Wilson's 
bittersweet play, Hot'L Baltimore, 
was directed by Seth Golbey as his 
senior project in December. The play 
centered on the residents of a run- 
down hotel scheduled for demolition. 
Its destruction mirrors the decline of 
the American city. 

Hot'L Baltimore 




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Preparing to run down the field, Bill Lisotto takes a hand-off from Steve 
Sekelik. 



Quarterback Steve Sekelik and Coach Don Ault 
confer on strategy as the offense prepares to go in. 




Bethany College's 1975 PAC grid champions are: left to right: 1st row: Bob Williams, John Vergari, Frank Ravella, Mike 
Bilica, Al Ciocca, Steve Sekelik, Rick Snyder, Wilson Darwin, Pete Koyworth, Jim Joyce, and Dove Kopolovich. 2nd row: Bud 
Howcroft, Art Musicaro, Bob Nani, Jim Shaffer, George Bado, Jack Shaffer, Rod Clements, Al Cardamone, Tom Miller, Phil 
Pest, Kerry McCann, Doug Miller and Bill Lisotto. 3rd row: Gus Sondonas, Denny Czarnecki, George Davis, Paul Roscoe, 
Kelly Martin, Bruce Campbell, Chuck Grosso, Vince Distazio, Sam Downes, John lanigro, Phil Linton, John Alfred and Carl 
Clemens. 4th row: Sean Burke, Dave Osborne, Tony Beochum, Mark Sniegocki, Jeff Clayton, Kevin Albright, Jay Angus, 
Dave Vella, Jeff Namy, Dino DeFlavio, Joe Yazvac and Ed Remus. 5th row: Jim Judy, Jim Molley, Dan Demeis, Mark 
Scorpion, Mike Kozar, Mike Corrado, Mike Mulligan, Gary Busocca, Howard Townsend, Scott Lanz, Jeff Tomer, Terry 
Mullane and Mike Watkins. Standing: Don Morehouse, Bill Wright, Dave Pierce, Assistant Coach Sam Radakovich, Assistant 
Coach Barry McCoy, Head Coach Don Ault, Offensive Coordinator Mike Sherwood, Assistant Coach Dan Finell, Trainer Bill 
Beinbrech, Rick Parisi, Chuck Cowser, Greg Hutchinson, and Dan Strauss. 




Phil Pest leads Tommy Miller through the defense for a successful 
run. 



Bisons 
GO 5-4 

The 1975 Bison football season was capped by the 
winning of the PAC championship. Bethany was 4-1 in 
the PAC and 5-4 overall before the deciding game 
against Washington and Jefferson. 



Going into the Homecoming game, Bethany was 1-3, 
with the one victory over Case-Western Reserve. The 
Homecoming match against Thiel wasn't decided until the 
last 10 seconds. The Bisons scored 10 points in the final 
87 seconds to win 10-7. A 26 yard field goo! by Bob 
Williams with under 10 seconds left to ploy, clenched the 
victory. Two wins against Carnegie-Mellon and Hiram 
followed giving the Bisons top spot in the conference. 

Going into the final game, both Bethany and W & J 
were 4-1 and tied for first place. The Bisons overcame 
the W & J home field advantage and scored in less than 
five minutes into the game. They never trailed again as 
they went on their way to win the school's first football 
crown since 1966. Tough defense and a superb running 
gome put the Bisons on top. In addition to winning the 
PAC championship, Bethany put three members on the 
All-Conference line-up — Bob Williams, Mike Bilica and 
Carl Clemens. 







PAC All-Conference member Bob Williams kicks a field goal as on opposing 
team member runs in to block it. 




Sophomore George Davis tries to pick his way 
through a defensive line. 



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PAC Champions 




Punter Scott Lanz kicks the ball to the W & J offense A determined Carl Clemens leads Bill Lisotto down the field in an effort to 

after Bethany fails to get a first down. ^ . score o touchdown. 



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Jim Joyce raises the boll in victory after a Bison touchdown. 



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An elated Bison team goes off the field as number one. 




Coach Don Ault clutches two of the members of his winning Trainer Bill Beinbrech grasps senior Rick Snyder in a victory hand 

Bison football team. shake. 




Athletic director Bob Coin rides triumphantly off the field. 



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Soccer Ties for Second 





Patricio Aguirre tries to escape with the ball as two opponents run 
towards him. 



Brad Townsend fakes a large step as he prepares to kick to a 
team mate. 



For the first time in five years, the 

Bethany soccer team did not capture 

the PAC crown. The Bisons tied with 

Hiram for second place with a 4-1-1 

conference record. Overall they 

were 4-4-1. The team hod a perfect 

record in the PAC until they dropped 

2-1 to Allegheny. It was only the 

second loss to a PAC team in five 

years for the Bisons. Two close 

losses followed against W.Va. 

Wesleyan and Alderson-Broaddus. 

The A-B game was marred by a 

controversial call. There was 

question as to whether the ball hit 

the outside of the net and bounced 

out of play or went into the cage 

and rolled through a hole in the net. 

A 0-0 stand-off with Hiram ended the 

Bison's five year PAC reign. 




Keith Cowin dribbles past a PAC adversary en route to the goal. 



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Covered with mud, Danny Dunmyer slaps his arms with disgust over 
a bad call in the Alderson-Broaddus game. 



Mark Shopland battles for possession of the ball on a muddy 
field. 




At left Jock Mackhouse uses fancy footwork to out-maneuver 
his opponent. 



Front row: (left to right) Neal Blum, Jock Mackouse, Brad 
Townsend, Patricio Aguirre, Claudius Oni, Ernie Wetzel, 
George Loes, Don Blashford, Kirk Collins, Larry Altmann. 
Middle row: Liadi Belo-Osogie, Ken Vonderbeek, Udo Ekpo, 
Keith Cowin, Mark DuBois, Dan Dunmeyer, Mark Shopland, 
Mike Warco, Dominic Colarusso, Bruce Burnfield. Back row; 
Alan Cairns, Ralph Artuso, Dove Vonsalis, Jim Hoyt, Chip 
Carpenter, Voios Mavides, Charles Agbor, Chris Quinn, Mike 
Zebrine, Russ Vonderbeek, Coach John Cunningham. 



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Runners 
Disappointed 



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Erik Latoni tokes the lead over a 
CMU runner In a home cross-coun- 
try meet. 

Although the cross-country teom 

hod o disappointing season as 

G team, the individual members 

were able to demonstrate their 

prowess. Mark Schmidt and 

Chris Mahoney were injured as 

Bethany finished last in its first 

home meet. The team's first 

victory came over Hiram at 

Cleveland. 





The loneliness of the long distance 
runner — Will Cornell runs in si- 
lence. 



Mark Chadasiewicz accepts baton as he crosses the 
finish-line. 




Coach Dave Sauer, Will Cornell, Dan Schoenherr, Mark Schmidt, Mark Chadasiwicz, Chris 
Mahoney, Rene Latoni. Missing is Erik Latoni. 



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New and Old 




Kathy Keen (above) uses perfect form to place 
her sfiot. An evil scowl and a winning back- 
fiand combine for a well returned sfiot for 
Megan Watts (below). 



Bottom Row: Jeanna Henderson, Ginny Taylor, Debbie Boer, Stacy Velys, Betfi 
Ralston. Top Row: Katfiy Keen, Ellen Smitfi, Patti Phelps, Joyce Dehoon, Megan 
Watts, Coach Debbie Lawrence. 





Sophomore Debbie Baer winds up tor a two- 
handed serve return. 




Tfie girl's tennis team fielded eight 
returning players and new coach — Mrs. 
Debbie Lawrence. One of the team's 
sweetest victories was a revenge win 
against West Liberty. The rematch was 
won 4-3. Doubles team Stacy Velys and 
Beth Ralston remained undefeated 
throughout the season. The team as 
whole ended their year with a 6-2 record. 



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Field Hockey Gains Experience 




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Bison field hockey player gains position in a face-off. 




Linda Manning and Cindy Chamblin try to beat the opposition to the ball. 



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Members of the girl's field hockey team: 

(front row) Sue Fash, Liz Wells, Angle 

Ryder, Karen Welling, (middle) Cindy 

Chamblin, Alison Lesswing, Jill Embersits, 

Marcia Stulberg, Diane Jones, (top row) 

MaryJo Earley, Cindy Pederson, Amy 

Armstrong, Mary King, Carol Stevens, Patti 

Moore, Coach Sue Hanno. 





The girl's field hockey team raise their arms and voices in o cheer. 




Battling for the ball, Amy Armstrong raises her stick in 
preparation. 



Dee Jones races towards o player m an attempt to steal the boll. 



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Administration 




Cecil H, Underwood 
President 




Orville W. Woke 
Interim President 



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At left: John Cunningham, Acting 
Dean of Students,- Joseph Kurey, 
Registrar,- Richard B. Kenney, Acting 
Dean of Faculty. Center photo: Rob- 
ert A. Sandercox, Director of Devel- 
opment. Bottom photo: Darline Nich- 
olson, Associate Dean of Students,- 
Nancy Ault, Director of Placement; 
Michael Lancaster, Assistant Dean of 
Students; Sue Saunders, Coordinator 
of Freshman Residence Halls. 



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Top Photo: Wallace F. Witham, Di- 
rector of Procticums; Thomas E. 
Bane, Director of Alumni Relations; 
Charles Aldrich, Director of Public 
Information and Publications. Bottom 
photo: Admissions Staff: Walter 
Bortz, Director of Admissions; Rich- 
ard Kriever, Admissions Counselor; 
Robert Riley, Assistant Director of 
Admissions; Harris Bucklin, Admis- 
sions Counselor; Susan Trefery, Ad- 
missions Counselor. 




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At Left: Library Staff: Helen Fair, 
Nancy Sandercox, Irmo Councilman, 
Barbara Ivy, Ann Lester, Larry Frye. 
Bottom Photo Left: Infirmary Staff: 
Denise Cortazzo, Betfi WascovicLi, 
Joanne Sykes, Gale Sauer, Judith 
Allison. Bottom Photo Right: George 
Bauman, Manager of College Stores. 




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Music 




(L-R): Oliver Manning, George Hauptfuehrer, Albert DeVaul 



Art 




(L-R): Walter Kornowski, Erin Renn, Wesley Wagner 



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English 




(L-R): Larry Grimes, Helen L. McGuffie, Anthony Mitch 




Philosophy 



Robert Myers 



Communications 




(L-R): James Carty, William Shimer, Ted Burrows, Ruth Westlake, Harold O'Leory 




(L-R): Leonora Cayard, Mariorie Carty, Pauline Nelson, Hermann Fink, Santiago Garcia 



Foreign Languages 



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Economics 




(L-R): John DeLucia, John D. Davis, Randolph Cooes 




(L-R); David Brown, James Allison, John Perrine, John Atkins 

Mathematics 



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Psychology 




Sociology 



(L-R): John T. Peirce, Cynthia Lorr, Gale Thompson 




Lawrence Lee, Carlo McVarlsh, Ralph Hogopian 



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History / Political Science 




(L-R): David Liden, John Lozier, William Young, Hugh Engstrom, 
Benjomin Shaw 




f H Religion 

(L-R): Gerald Folk, Richard B. Kenney, Hiram Lester, Burton Thurston 



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Physical Education 




Left-Right: Robert Goin, Susan Hanna, Donald Ault, Maxine Lowe, Barry 
McCoy, Mike Sherwood, Bill Beinbrech, Dave Souer. 



Education 




Left-Right: Dorothy Huestis, Robert Hall, John Davis, John Spence, Debo- 
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Physics 




William Hudnall and George Palmer 



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Biology 



Left-Right: James Sawtell, C. Blaine Carpenter, Albert Buckelew, Gary 
Larson 




^ Chemistry 

1b Left-Right: John Draper, Sam Toma, Milton Smith Jr. 



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Dr. Wilbur Haverfield Cramblet, past president of 
Betiiany College, died Sunday, November 9, 1975. 
He was 83 years old. Dr. Cramblet received his 
bachelor's and master's degrees from Bethany in 
1910. In 1917 he began teaching mathematics here. 
Subsequently he served as dean of liberal arts and 
science during 1918-20 and treasurer during 1919. In 
1934 he was inaugurated the 11th president of the 
College, a post which he held until 1952. 



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Mr. James Sawtell, assistant professor of biology died 
on Monday, March 1, 1976. He was 49 years old. He 
was very mucfi a part of Bethany. It was his place to 
work and to live. He seemed to be always around: in 
his office until late at night, in his little red car, and at 
meals sitting with faculty and friends. Academically 
and personally, Mr. Sawtell helped his students and 
friends. But we ore grateful for more than that. We 
had the opportunity to know this complex man. Mr. 
Sawtell is missed. His office needs a professor, his 
apartment needs an occupant, and we need our 
friend. 



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Messiah 



The Bethany College Oratorio 
Chorus presents "Messiah" by 
George Frederick Handel each De- 
cember. The chorus consists of stu- 
dents, faculty and area residents and 
is under the direction of George 
Hauptfuehrer. At right is soloist Gail 
France. On facing page is soloist 
Richard Bradshaw. Other soloists not 
pictured include John Filler, Mark 
Shoplond, Cheryl Burkhart, Karen 
FHunt, Wendy Williams, Joanne 
Daoust. 




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BETHANY COLLEGE ORATORIO CHORUS 



Presents 



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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1975 
8:00 O'CLOCK P. M. 



COMMENCEMENT HALL 



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The Season 
for Parties 




At the end of a long, hard semester, 
with the vocation approaching, 
Bethany students partied all over 
campus. The food service presented 
its annual Christmas Dinner complete 
with Santa Clous and elves. In 
Campbell hioll, the independent 
women sponsored their first 
Christmas formal. Open as well as 
closed parties were held at 
fraternities and sororities. Freshman 
women were invited to trim trees at 
most of the sorority houses. The 
Sigma Nu Bowery Brawl, far from 
formal, was a wild change of pace 
for freshmen men and their dates. 




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Pictured on these pages are some of 
the freshman women preparing for 
their formal "A Christmas in the 
Country." Special guests were 
invited by the freshman class to 
share their big night. The ARA 
Christmas Dinner was a perfect 
excuse to tip a glass of wine or two. 



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Seniors Take 

Comprehensives 

in January 

As the snow fell, 53 Bethany seniors 
took their written and oral 
comprehensives in January. Thirteen 
of these seniors received distinction: 
Jean Emeigh and Ethel Inskeep in 
Elementary Education; Greg Mason 
and David F. Wright in English; Barb 
Wayne and John Anderson in 
Communications; Sue Erich and John 
Vergari in Chemistry; Eric Wendell in 
Biology; Carlo Howell in Math; 
Karen Hunt in Music; Merri 
Goldberg in Spanish and Seth 
Golbey in Theater. 




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Bid Day 1 976 ^ 



Bid Day came on February 21, 1976. 
Freshman received their bids in 
Morlan and Phillips Halls. Outside 
representatives from the 12 Greek 
houses waited to take the pledges 
back to new brothers and sisters. 



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The situation on the hill changed a 
little this year. Members of IFC, Pan- 
Hell and the administration met 
several times to come up with a new 
Bid Day procedure to deal with the 
problems that have arisen in the 
past. Box lunches were sent to all 
Greek houses; traffic was prohibited 
on the hill and only five members 
from each fraternity and sorority 
were allowed to greet the pledges. 
Despite these rules, the excitement 
of the day ran as high as any year. 
Pledges ran from Morion and Phillips 
to meet the people outside before 
going out to the houses for pledge 
ceremonies and parties. 




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Out on the hills and downtown, 
Greeks waited for their new pledges 
to return from receiving bids. Songs 
were shouted, beer flowed and 
members from each house mingled 
with each other. Weeks of Rush and 
preferential parties were finally over. 





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WVBC Radio 
Airs Tenth Year 

WVBC-FM radio celebrated its 10th 
anniversary on February 11th. Direc- 
tor Ted Burrows and Student Direc- 
tor Alan Furst welcomed guests to an 
Open FHouse in the station's studios. 
Interim President Dr. Orville W. 
Wake and Mayor Joseph Kurey 
presented letters of commendation 
to the station and its staff on behalf 
of the college and the town. The 
radio station provides ample op- 
portunity for every student to gain 
experience in air writing, production, 
and broadcasting. 




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WVBC-TV3 Builds up to Daily Cable Programming 





Bethany's electronic media ex- 
panded by one more outlet this year 
with the addition of WVBC-TV, Pro- 
gramming began on February 1 1 on 
channel 3. Shows aired live each 
day and video-tapes continued until 
11:00. The format included a mixture 
of news, features, interviews and 
light entertainment. A special favorite 
of the students was the quiz show 
"That's Not Right, You Dummy." The 
show featured various college hous- 
ing groups competing to answer 
trivia questions. The television studio 
in Steinman Hall is operated by stu- 
dent volunteers and Television Pro- 
gramming classes. Bill Shimer was 
the Director. Despite inexperience 
and little equipment, the station re- 
mains a great innovation in Bethany 
communications. 



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Bison Basketball Finishes 8-12, Wilson Hits 1002 




Front (l-r): Deno Emili, Fran Haus, Sam DeBone, Ken Toth, Armond Notili, John Symonski, Robin Sichina, Rusty Shoof. Bock: 
Coach Dave Sauer, Terry Toohey, Rusty Rogers, Dove Brooks, Steve Heckman, Greg Dulkowski, Scott Thompson, Ed Link, 
Tag Wilson, Dave Neurohr, Eric Spang, Craig Corse, Gerry Breisinger, Jim Pool, Steve Sekelik. 

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Although Dave Sauer's basketball 
squad took six of its last eight con- 
tests, the team ended the season 
with an 8-12 record. The Hiram Col- 
lege Terriers dominated league ac- 
tion this year ahead of defending 
league champion Allegheny. The Bi- 
sons did not live up to the pre- 
season expectations of Souer. 





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In the final game against Case- 
Western Reserve, senior captain Tag 
Wilson scored 43 points to bring his 
total to 1002. Wilson was also 
named to the all-conference team. 
Sophomore Fran fHaus received hon- 
orable mention. Wilson and Gerry 
Breisinger were Sauer's only seniors. 
The young returning players con 
look forward to a bright season next 
year. 




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Tankers Set School and Conference Records. 




Front (l-r): Coach Barry McCoy, Bruce Reynolds, Marge Wissman, Mary Ellen Scollins, 
Nancy Milestone, Maggie Winans, Sue Holey, Jon Zeller. Second Row: John Wylie, 
Frank Mathews, John Scott, Honk Kielb, Steve Feller. Bock Row: George Couch, Kurt 
Franck, Dave Brown, Mark Chadasiewicz, Kevin Kraut. 



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The Bethany swim team combined its 
efforts to place third in the PAC 
championships at Washington and 
Jefferson College in March. Dave 
Brown broke the 200 yard butterfly 
record by .5 seconds with a time of 
2:00.7. Setting school records were 
John Scott in the 1650 free-style, 
Bruce Reynolds in the 200 yard 
freestyle and Kurt Franck in the 500 
yard freestyle. 




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Wrestlers Finish in Seventh Place 



The Bethany matmen began the sea- out the season. Senior Harry Booth 

son with an optimistic attitude and a took fourth place in the heavyweight 

new coach. But Mike Sherwood's division at the PAC championships, 

squad could do no better than sev- Once again, the John Carroll Blue 

enth place in the PAC. Forfeits and Streak's came out on top in that 



injuries plagued the squad through- tournament 



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Bisonettes Spike Winning Season 



The women's volleyball team ended 
their season victorious over Thiel 
College with a final record of 5-4. 
Coach Susan Hanna's squad fea- 
tured returning letter winners Eileen 
Granberg, Robin Kutzner, and Amy 
Armstrong. Jill Embersits, Jody Den- 
sberger and Michele Armstrong com- 
plete the starting team. 




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Women's Basketball Improved Play 




Front (l-r): Megan Watts, Tracey Armiger, Sue Mapletoft, Karen Olsen, 
Linde Hardy, Michele Armstrong, Eileen Granberg, Sue Haley. Back: 
Coach Debbie Lawrence, Scarlett Foster, Leslie Woodruff, Maureen 
Green, Chris Schwertfoger, Cindy Chironna, Dorothy Gensheimer. 



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Students Donate 
Funds for 
Good Zoo Bison 



Under the direction of the Student 
Board of Govenors, Bethany College 
students donated the money to buy 
one bison for the Good North Amer- 
ican Zoo at Oglebay Park. At right is 
SBOG President Mike Sieber giving 
the check to Joseph Bissonnette, of 
the Wheeling Park Commission as 
Wheeling Kiwonis secretary Brad 
Tye and Good Zoo director George 
Speidel look on. The Good Zoo is 
scheduled to open in August. 



Renner Union 




Members of the Renner Union Board include (left to right) Ken Vanderbeek, Bob Byers 
and Claudius Oni. 



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Pan-Hellenic Council 




Front (l-r): Joyce Dumbough, Sue Harmon, Amy Armstrong, Ruth Bossett, Linda Davis, 
Marianne Hasco, Jamie Heoney. Second Row: Claudia VanArsdale, Leslie Trew, Nancy 
Olson, Angle Ryder, Shelly Alteria, Sue Cotfington. 




Front (l-r): Neil Nappi, Joy Burwinkel (President), Brad Tov^nsend (Treasurer), John Kell 
(Vice President), Tim Hamilton. Second Row: Dove Moore, Jim Hopkms, Steve Wolford, 
Mark Schmidt, Frank O'Shinsky, Skip Ruch, Mark Yonskie (Secretary). 



Inter-Fraternity 
Council 



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Tower 



Bethanian 1976 

Mark Yonskie 
Editor-in-Chief 

Lynn Nakashian 
Photography Editor 
Associate Editor 

Billie Schrecker 
Layout 

Hibby Pringle 
Art Editor 

Advisors: Mr, Charles Aldrich and Mr. 
C. T. Miller 

Staff: Catherine White, Lori Selwyn, 
Joyce Dumbaugh, Wendy Wilson, 
Kathy Fahey, Allysen Todd, Ken Van- 
derbeek, Scarlett Foster, Greg Allen, 
Byron Shindler, Mr. Dana Garner. 

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Front (l-r): Barb Wayne (Editor), Joe McClcin. Second Row: Dave McDonnell, Pia 
Winters, Catherine White, Zandy Dudiak, Dave Andrews. Third Row: Joe Pinkney, Cindy 
Kunze, Don Blashford, Ken Vanderbeek, Gail France, Russ Vanderbeek. 



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Folio 






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Front: Don Bloshford, Barb Wayne, Joe McClain, Catherine White, Ken Vanderbeek, 
Billie Schrecker, Paul Romano. Back: Cindy Kunze, Leiie Trew, Karen Olsen, Russ 
Vanderbeek, Pete Simone. 




The first issue of "The Folio," Beth- 
any's new student variety magazine 
was distributed in May. The 24-page 
publication was the innovation of 
junior Ken Vanderbeek. It was finan- 
ced by the Executive Committee and 
was made available to 300 prospec- 
tive freshmen through the Admissions 
Office as well as the Bethany popu- 
lation. The content varies from news 
and feature stories to sketches on 
history, current events, trends, per- 
sonalities, and college philosophies. 
"The Folio" incorporates these writ- 
ing styles and photographs, car- 
toons, and art. The staff plans to 
publish four issues next year. 



Polyglot 



Left-Right; Claudia Procko, Dr. Santiago Garcia, Dave McDonnell, Sue Johnson, Dr 
Mariorie Carty, Laurie Knowles. 



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WVBC Radio 









Board of 
Communications 







Front (l-r): Vicki Barkhurst, Donna Cossorlno, Karen Olsen, Steve Coe, Alan Furst. Middle: 
Marty Field, Tim Smith, Tory Tolley, Sandi Mason, Dave Andrev^s, Jeff Weissbart, Kurt 
Franck, Dave McDonnell, Jean Leiser, Seth Golbey. Back: Bruce Anschutz, Paul Beshlian, 
Mike Laughner, Ted Burrows, Darrell Vandervort, Fiarry Mainzer, Chuck Wilson, Larry 
Whitman, Scott Sunshine, Jim Kinghorn, Wendy Williams, Pia Winters, Sue Esch, Will 
Cornell, Cindy McElroy. 



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Students members of the BOC are: Barb Wayne, Joe McClain, Dave Andrews, Dave 
McDonnell, Alan Furst, Mark Yonskie, Ken Vanderbeek. 



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WVBC-TV3 




Front (l-r): Bitsy Hamilton, Carole Cox, Hope Prochasko, Sue Esch, Doug Stein, Bock: 
Robin Kutzner, Mark Cohen, Harry Moinzer, Rob Forrest, Paul McKay, John William, Tom 
McDowell. 





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Front (l-r): John Kocherzat, Pat Stebbins, Kevin Kraut, Vicki Smith, Nancy Decker, Back: 
Ken Schaefer, Leonard Loobs, Steve Bernstein. 



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Honor Societies 



Koppo Pi 

-Art 




Kalon 



Front (l-r); Lisa Friedman, Carol Mapletoft, Denise Yorrussi, Hibby Pringle. Back: Walter 
Kornowski, Kris Kistler, Barb Goulding, Linda Mahoney, Tim Toohey, Lynn Baldinger, 
Wes Wagner. 




(L-R): Kirk Collins, Eileen Kosparian, Sandy Piftenger, Wendy Williams, Vol Wright, Barb Goulding, Ken Vondefbeek. 



Omicron Delta 
Epsilon 

— Economics 



First Row: Russ Vonderbeek, Bruce Fahey, 
Howard Verbofsky, Beth Posa, Maureen 
Riley, Chris Rakoczy. Second Row: Bruce 
MacLeod, J. D. Davis, Danny Lemaitre, Rich 
Davidson, John Monypenny, Paul Corty, Er- 
nie Wetzel, Steve Cramer, Jim Luke. 




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^^ L Phi Alpha Theta 

* ^ l\ - History 




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Front: Abby Smith, Amy Yohn, Kathy Fahey, Sam Raya, Clark Rice. Back: Jim Joyce, Tom 
Madden, Mr. Young, B. Chodler Show, Scott Brooks, Kerry McCann, Bill Haynes, Jim 
Evans. 




First Row: Marge Wissman, Jim Gerb, Rich Hoppe. Middle: Doug Wirth, Tom Anderson, 
Barrie Lowman, Bill Dye, Mike Anderson. Third Row; Mark Betlem, Joanne Ocepek, 
Gloria Leon, Jean Leiser, Bob Sukolsky. 




Beta Beta Beta 

— Biology 



Sigma Delta Pi 

— Spanish 



Front: Michele Mazzo, Patricio Aguirre, Merri Goldberg. Back: Dave Cortes, Moriorie 
Corty, Santiago Garcia. 



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Pi Delta Epsilon 



— Journalism 




Front (l-r): Laurie Knowles, Barb Wayne, Joyce Dumbaugh, Sarah Galleher, Gail France, Zandy Dudiak, Lori Selwyn. Middle: 
Vicki Smith, Nancy Decker, Steve Coe, Lisa Powelstock, Don Blashford, Paul Romano, Linda Comins, Rosanne Norton. Third 
Row: Joe Vailonis, Pia Winters, Wendy Williams, Dave McDonnell, Mark Yonskie, Karen Olson, Joe McClain, Ken 
Vanderbeek, Dove Andrews, Kay Lancaster, Connie Hesske, Art Musicoro, Steve Hill, Vicki Stimac, Claudius Oni. 




Front: Jody McMurry, Ruth Dodson, Veronica Dougherty, Sandy Pittenger, Vol Wright, Catherine Thomas, Carlo Howell, 
Howard Verbofsky, Bruce Fahey, Ruth Juelich, Mary Ann Mercer. Bock: John Perrine, Tim Hamilton, Bill Molnar, Mark 
Schmidt, John Manypenny, Mike Rommel, Joe Mull, Tom Miller, John Atkins, Ralph Vock. 



Kappa Mu Epsilon 

— Mathematics 



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German Club 




Front: Wendy Wilson, Heather Adorns, Julie O'Neal. Bock: Laura Kuhn, Mr. Fink, Vol 
Wright, Hope Prohcaska, Mrs. Coyard, Claudia Colnar. 




Front: Carole Sampson, Patricio Aguirre, Iris Rivera, Bob Sukolsky. Bock: Morjorie Corty, 
Michele Mazza, Alison Dovies, Claudia Procko, Tora Renner, Gail Egger, Gladys Rivera, 
Pia Winters. 



Spanish Club 



French Club 








Front: Catherine White, Michele Mozzo, 
Kim Smith. Back: Alison Davies, Carole 
Sampson, Patricio Aguirre, Pio Winters. 



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International Students Association 







First Row: Carol Sampson, Patricio Aguirre, Claudia Colnar, Michele Mazza. Back: Udo 
Ekpo, Viebeke Fink, George Loes, Baba Salia, Mike Orwa, Toni Oakes, Charlie Agbor. 



Sociology Club 




Front: Jill Baroudi, Mary Jones, Vicki Kaufmann, Margaret Otto, Karen Hagopian. Back: 
Ralph Hagopian, Connie Davis, Kathy Libby, Dave Moore, Glenn Arrignton, Tom Lutehr, 
Bob Elder. 



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Peace Studies 




Front Row: Mike Anderson, Ralph Peters, Joyne Ryan, Lou Forte. Middle: Richard Jones, 
Linda Mooney, Bill Trombadore, Jerry Folk, Back: Charles Allen, David VonDalis, Rene 
Carlson, Sam Raya. 




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Campus Audubon 




Front: Paulo Espinozo, Cindy Emmons, Joanne Ocepek, Gloira Leon, Cindy Chomblin. 
Back: Lou Forfe, Laura Kuhn, Michael Anderson, Sam Rayo, Mark Befelem, Bill Dye, 
Richard Hoppe. 




Agape 



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Wilderness Recreation Committee 



The Wilderness Recreation Com- 
mittee provides equipment for out- 
door activities such as rafting trips, 
ski trips and back-packing. It was 
formed in 1974 as a Senior Project 
and continues to serve the Bethany 
students. The WRC has everything 
from six-man rafts to tents for rent at 
the Renner Union desk and receives 
an annual budget allotment from the 
Renner Union Board. 



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Concert Choir 



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Mole Chorus 



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Cheerleaders, 
Bethanettes and Twirlers 
Provide Sideline Excitement '!^ailfe*^ 






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SPRING 




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Spring Weekend 1 976: Concerts and Comedy 



Spring Weekend activities ranged 
from serious to spooky. Perry and 
Aleece Gresham were honored by 
Bethany for their contributions to the 
college and community. 



Illusionist Doug Henning brought his The annual May Morning Breakfast 



television and Broadway magic 
tricks to the Field House later in the 
week. In between, a variety of activi- 
ties were held. 



for all college women was held on 
May first. The Charlie Daniels Band, 
the Earl Slick Band and comedian 
David Steinberg all performed. A 
Coal Bowl picnic got things rolling. 




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Outstanding Students Named at Convocation 



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The annual Honors Day Convocation 
was held on April 15, 1976. Senior 
Wendy L, Williams was named out- 
standing senior and was awarded 
the Francis O. Carter prize. Out- 
standing junior woman was Lainie 
Demyan and the outstanding junior 
man was Ken Vanderbeek. Kappa 
Delta and Delta Tau Delta received 
awards for maintaining the highest 
scholastic averages among housing 
units for the fall semester. Students 
selected to join honorary fraternities 
were also mentioned and asked to 
stand. Departmental and college 
awards were announced and senior 
class winners included Gregory Ma- 
son, Sheila Core, Paul Lehner, 
Charles Devinne, Susanna Wilburn, 
Katharine Liese, Harry Booth and 
Dianne Jones. 




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Bethany College honors Dr. and Mrs. Gresham 




Bethany College turned out to honor 
Perry and Aleece Gresham at a for- 
mal convocation and testimonial 
luncheon. Dr. Perry Epier Gresham 
served as president of Bethany Col- 
lege for 19 years and as chairman of 
the board for four years. Dr. and 
Mrs. Gresham both received honor- 
ary degrees by Bethany College. 
The Gresham House at the Thomas 
E. Millsop Leadership Center was at 
last formally dedicated in their name 
for all to "shore their hospitality." 




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Named 1976 

Superstars 





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Seniors Dorot+iy Gensheimer and 
Bruce Reynolds were named winners 
in the second Bethany College Su- 
perstar Competition in April. The 
contestants competed in such events 
as swimming, weightlifting, cross 
country and on an obstacle course. 
Second place ties went to Mary Jo 
Early and Lainie Demyon and to 
Scott Thompson and Stu Williams. 
Senior Jerry Ream supervised the 
competition as a senior project. 



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Phi Mu and Phi Kappa Tau Win Greek Sing Agaii 

Once again judges voted Phi Mu and Phi Kappa Tau Zeta Tau Alpha (opposite page middle) falls aslee 

winners of the annual Mother's Day Greek Sing. The Phi during "Mama Buy Me Chocolate." Pan-Hellenic Pre; 

Mu's theme from "Mahogany" and the Phi Tau's medley dent Ruth Bassett and Inter-Fraternity Council Preside 

scored high in judges categories. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Jay Burwinkel (opposite page bottom left) welcorr 

(opposite page top) ready themselves to sing "Moon parents. As Sigma Nu (opposite page bottom right) ro 

River," with song leader's help. out a welcome, snow falls on their tribute to Bethar 

spring. 








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Kappa Delta celebrates with 
"Today" at top. Delta Tou Delta 
(center) calls members to the "Delto 
Shelter." At bottom is a Bicentennial 
salute from Alpha Sigma Phi. Beta 
Theta Pi (opposite page top) 
marches out arm to shoulder singing 
traditional fraternity song. Directly 
below Alpha Xi Delta sings "Kids" 
from Broadway's "Bye, bye, Birdie." 
Kappa Alpha (opposite page center) 
gives a rousing "Yowser" spurred on 
by their "Beer Medley." Pi Beta Phi 
(opposite page bottom) enters to 
sing "September Song." 




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BCT Presents ** Can-Can" 



The Bethany College Theater 
presented Cole Porter's "Con-Can" 
in May. The musical was directed by 
David Judy and Gerald Cullen, 
Action takes place in Paris, 1893. 



Senior Maryonn Kovocevich 
portrayed Pistache and freshman 
David Trick played Judge Aristide 
Forestier. Their battles over 
Pistoche's illegal doncehall lead to 
love for both of them. 






113 



Pennant Out of Reach for Bethany Baseball Team 




The Bisons split their season opener 
with the Hiram Terriers after their 
annual Florida trip. Joe Farrell and 
Scott Lanz smacked homeruns and 
senior pitcher Mark Bonar gave up 
only six hits. Allegheny surrendered 
two games to Bethany. At that meet- 
ing Kirk Collins threw a two-hitter. 
The Bisons PAC record stood at 3-1. 
But then Dave Souer's crew lost a 
doubleheader to John Carroll and to 
Woynesburg. In between they took 
two games from Geneva but they 
were too far away to grab the top 
spot in the PAC. 




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Trackmen Go to PAC Contest With 6-5 Record 



Many standout performers contrib- 
uted to the Bison track team's win- 
ning season. All-around performer 
Rick Manypenny scored points in the 
high hurdles, intermediate hurdles, 
long jump and triple jump. Junior Joe 
Munjas set a school record in the 
high jump as he cleared 6'5%". The 
mile relay team of Gregg Warren, 
Kip Lewis, Joe Munjas and Stan 
Pawloski and the 440-yard relay 
team of Mark Sergio, Kevin Welsh, 
George Bado and John Alexander 
were consistent winners. 



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Fayette Timmons, Bob Grammen, Chris Cull, 
Trainer Bill Bembreck. 



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Women's Lacrosse Gains in Popularity 




Front (l-r): Tracey Armiger, Jesse O'Connell, Lisa Champlin, Lori Selwyn, Carlo Howell, 
Michele Mazzo, Jon Zeller. Bock: Sue Hilton, Lee Murdock, Penny Poirier, Beth Rommel, 
Heidi Kuckinkas, Jody Densberger, Karen Welling, Coach Deborah Slade, Cindy 
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123 



Lacrosse Team Holds West Virginia State Title 



The Bison Lacrosse team defeated 
West Virginia University by 8-7 to 
defend the West Virginia state La- 
crosse title in March. Sophomore Jim 
Crowther scored four goals and Bob 
Mackenzie, Eric Wendell and Pou 
Cole also scored for Bethany. At an 
invitational tournament in Washing- 
ton, D.C., Bethany defeated George 
Mason College and American Uni- 
versity. Crowther and Mackenzie 
v^ere standouts in that tournament. 
Defeats came at the hands of Deni- 
son and Wooster. 




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Alpha Sigma Phi 




Bottom (l-r): Joe Voilonis, Ben Gargle, Bob Craig, Eric Wendel, Clarence Newcomb, Al Wizba. Middle: Glen Arrington, Tom 
Clark, Phil Linton, Dave Kidd, Frank Trupo, Tom Dugan. Top: Bill Knapp, Kurt Franck, Randy Perkins, John Wylie, Pat Flotley, 
Tom Shields, Phil Pest. 



126 




Point Breeze Gong . . . freshman gir 
parties . . . enjoy the pond . . . smile 
Albert . . . Joe and Ben sink the side- 
walk . . . Glenn Arrington — gross 
doesn't grow on a busy street . . . the 
sun is out but it's cold . . . yes — we 
do go to Bethany! . . . Ralph was 
here . . . information on commuter 
marriages available . . . Johnny Mill- 
er Men's Wear . . . 



127 



Alpha Xi Delta 




Front (l-r); Jody McMurry, Diane Lewis, Marianne Hasco, Casey Loughney, Kristin Ryder, Anne Royston, Sue Bahr. Second 
Row: Sandy Callarilc, Laurie Knowles, Pam Knowles, Margie Hunter, Nora Bonville, Joey Hanson, Liz Sentell, Sue Schwartz, 
Hope Prochaska, Joanne Daoust. Third Row: Karen Smith, Jamie Heaney, Lynn Baldinger, Cathy Mills, Pat Martin, Alison 
Evans, Nancy McLaughlin, Lori Dragonir, Ginny Rustici, Gail Selden, Top Row: Marsha Magri, Eileen Kasparian, Lisa 
Powelstock, Sue Haley, Paula Espinozo, Cindy Kunze, Pat Dautel, Judy Braden, Maggie Winans, Sharon Roth, Mary 
Dennington, Nancy Lewis. Not pictured: Lori Hook, Darlene Anuskewicz, Becky Lewis, Maureen Riley, Sue Johnson, Patty 
Moult, Mel Mazza, Estelle Waxman, Julie Hoblick, Laura Smyth, Pam Magyar, Pam DIempa, Sue Cottington, Claudia Nelan, 
Missy Harmuth. 



128 




21 pledges . . . pink roses . . . the 
Arrow Club ... Ice Cream Social . . . 
first house on the hill . . . kegs . . . the 
Quill . . . the fastest female chugger 
in the East . . . Villa 12 . . . Bette 
Midler . . . linen salesmen . . . teacups 
. . . collages . . . Secret Sis ... pop- 
corn . . . pinochle . . . Em's ... Di 
Fillipes . . . Mother-Daughter ... pi- 
ano players . . . the Bicentennial . . . 
soap operas . . . SAE drinking contest 
. . . the Ice Cube . . . scropbooks . . . 
Chuck and Jenny . . . the Borrowers 
. . . weekend jaunts . . . Campbell 
girls . . . C.T.'s . . . "Friends" . . . 
magazines . . . "Kids" . . . Fort Lau- 
derdale . . . Angel Party . . . tiger 
glasses . . . communications majors 
. . . Kentucky Derby . . . Sho-no-na 
. . . the button . . . intramural losers 
. . . senior breakfast ... 





129 



Beta Theta Pi 




Front (l-r): Denny Thompson, Jerry Gard, Andy Lambert, Mark Genard, Steve Chernicky, Scott Thompson, Chris von Hoffman, 
Randy Fenske, Kenny Kruluts, Sam Downes. Middle: Deno Emili, Bill Wright, Kelly Martin, Chuck Dight, John lanigro, Sam 
Debone, Art Musicaro, Curt Klein. Back: Byron Shindler, Jim Pool, Bill Atv^ater, Ira Jarvis, Dave Brooks, Mark Schmidt, Fran 
Haus, Dave Neurohr, Rick Parisi, Doug Mayer, Tom Loeser, Mark Scorpion, Mark Harmon, Bill Railing, Scott Brooks, Gary 
Busacca, Mike Kozar, George Honlon, Mark Sniegocki, Rich Mayer, Tog Wilson, Gus Sondonas, Rick Snyder, Chris Quinn, 
Chuck Cowser, Jon Shaw. 



130 




The House . . . Thistle Club and By- 
ron's Supersystem . , . Foce . . . con- 
structive . . . O.O.H . . . Howdy-Lum- 
py Time . . . Meatball . . . Emery Tree 
Service . . . Slim Bo-bo . . . lacrosse 
. . . Get Big . . . Lips . . . Blue . . . 
"Dance In My Pants" and Snit's Slide 
. . . "Roman Orgy" . . . Tulip Festival 
. . . Apple Pie a la King . . . 974 . . . 
Hoss . . . Wire Hair . . . Dogwater . . . 
Tag's 1002 . . . Maxwell and Peeg . . . 
Tug O War . . . The Incredible Hulk 
. . . Loving Cup . . . Schwertfeger's . . . 
Chew . . . Boy! . . . Moe . . . Wheel- 
ing-Pitt . . . Hooterville ... Dr. Down- 
es ... Commander . . . Radar . . . 
Anything is Possible With Love and 
Understanding . . . 



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Delta Tau Delta 




Front (l-r): Hal Leu, John Kocherzat, Greg Reeves, Den Zirm, John Spanogians, Skip Cole, Mark Benz, Mark Cerrezin, Kevin 
Mason, Dave Andrews, Joe McClain. Bock: Dave Clark, Les Rymer, John Kell, Jim Lindsay, Doug Pfendler, Bob Judd, Bill 
Molnar, Rob Powell, Alan Cairns, Bruce Cox, Ray Tassini, Andy Irving, Dennis Molnor, Gene Turley, Rich Williams, Tom 
Vlachos. 



132 




Get a taste of Delt . , . Echo Springs 
. . . We Hire the Handicapped . . . 
Sam's . . . Woolery Cup . . . Wing 3 
loads . . . uncold tap system . . . fire- 
works . . . music volume complaints 
. . . blown tweeters . . . Tokyo Joe 
and the Frog . . . Pepe Lopez . . . Big 
John's Benevolence . . . Chooch's 
beard . . . cards . . . beer pong . . . 
Heaven & Hell . . . apple pickers . . . 
Spoon's Midnight Special . . . Ross' 
trips home . . . Andrews trips . . . beer 
& regular pong . . . Wanna play 
look? . . . We Support Sporas . . . 
man in the box . . . thorns and roses 
. . . big, big noses . . . burp . . . trivia 
. . . Tower Power . . . Father-Son . . . 
fo-ing around . . . mooches . . . 




133 



Kappa Alpha 




First Row (l-r): Dean Daniels, Jim Howard, Don Blashford, Ralph Artuso, Brad Townsend, Paul Romano, Ted Donald, Ken 
Jacobs. Second Row: David Hills, Paul McKay, Rob Forrest, Mark Vonhouten, Chuck Nolbontian, Del Walters, Mike Warco, 
Jim Hoyt, Mark DuBois, Chip Carpenter, Bill Hershberger, Andy Miller, Chris Fulton, Pete Simone, Jay Burwinkel. Third Row: 
Jon Hyde, Jim Rue, Tim Garrity, Todd Hyde, Dan Bradley, Dave Hosseini, Larry Altmon, Mark Lesnett, Brad Bonks, Don 
Dunmyer, Gory Mottix, Dominic Colorusso, Neol Blum, Mark Frank, Dan Quinn, Rich Jackson, Gory Goodwin, Russ 
Vanderbeek, Bill Heslin, Craig Ligget. 



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More Beer . . . Yowser! . . . airplane 
hanger . . . Jenny Bear , , . southern 
pleasure . . . The only house with a 
bulletin board above the urinals . . . 
Dixie Ball Y'oll . . . soccer . . . re-ee 
. . . The KA Rose ... a canon that's 
prey for sorority kidnappers . . . "Six 
Little Ducks" . . . MOR . . . "Fishin" . . . 
pinochle . . . the Robert E. Lee Award 
. . . The Bombers . . . Green Acres . . . 
TM ... 



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Kappa Delta 




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Bottom (l-r): Cyndv Chcmblin, Mary Yee, Pom Maletick, Marge Taylor, Barb Johnson, Margaret Otto, Kathy Schey, Ruth 
Bassett, Nancy Mahoney, Amy Armstrong, Wendy Wilson, Laurel Puleo, Vickie Kaufmann, Juli Gulp. Middle: Louise Reass, 
Pot Bornett, Lisa Carlson, Kim Parti, Debbie Boer, Chris Rakoczy, Barb Cochran, Kathy Libby, Zondy Dudiak, Jill Hollock, 
Beth Acker. Top: Andrea Chavanok, Jill Baroudi, Terry Wallace, Debbie Wingerd, Claudia VanArsdale, Tora Renner. Not 
pictured: Kathy Weiner, Barb Wayne, Debbie Jones, Sue McCondles, Donna Myers, Sue Cass, Kathy Keen, Lynn 
Nakashion, Joanne Jaffrey, Lynn Coleman, Gail France, Sarah Beth Lambert, Leslie Benson, Jackie Kuzmo. 



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Hide that Keg . . 
water battles . . . 
across the quod 
Our bridge . . . 



, Connie's visit . . . 

Hoagies . . . drive 

. . . Vick's brick . . . 

Baer's solo . . . 



Myer's vapors . . . algae pond . . . uh, 
uh, not me . . . steam head . . . Lau- 
rel's grapevine . . . Breezy's . . . KD 
Beach ... all campus harvest hop? 
. . . Gulp's record . . . spiked v^ater- 
melon . . . stuffed grape leaves . . . 
Tim's protection . . . nerds . . . Hilda, 
Mabel, Minnie Mae . . . Hilton — 
where's your ID? . . . scholarship 
award . . . Evil Woman . . . flash . . . 
white rose week . . . smoking in the 
girl's room . . . Easter breakfast — 
soft boiled . . . basketball champs . . . 
Sigma Xi — Diversified yet Unified 




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Phi Kappa Tau 

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First Row (l-r): Bill Dye, Mike Lockner, Bob Carter, Marty Field, Bill Fung, Chuck Wilson, Bill Trombodore, Dave Chabal. 
Second Row: John Fober, Time Smith, Bob Shaw, Ed Shriver, Darrell Vandervort, Scott Sunshine, John Kirkman, Ian Carrus, 
Mark Runyon, Fronk MacDonald, Jim Kinghorn, Mark Rubin, Bob Braunlich. Third Row: Bruce Anschutz, John Shabb, Paul 
Lehner, Tom Abroms, Randy Clay, Horry Mainzer, Jim Gerb, Dave Cortes, Rich Bradshaw, Howard Smith, Alan Woodruff. 
Fourth Row: Mike Wisell, Jim Freese, Mike Rommel, Jeff Shaffer, Fred Phelps, Joe Dye, Dusty Rhoades, Greg Wilhelm, Ken 
Bado. 



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139 



PhiMu 




First Row (l-r): Dee Jones, Allison Lesswing, Sharon Bogorod, Penny Poirier, Jill Embersits, Ann Martino, Carolyn Boney, Patti 
Moore, Amy Richardson, Nancy Milestone, Barb Otway. Second Row: Jeano Henderson, Carol Stevens, Angle Ryder, Tory 
Tolley, Heidi Kucinkas, Kothy Prenger, Karen Olsen, Billie Schrecker, Sherry Vogt, Sue Brigham, Sue Mapletoft, Hoopie 
Wells. Third Row: Cathy Zahniser, Bitsy Hamilton, Karen Welling, Liz Stevens, Vol Stevens, Patti Phillips, Kim Smith, Lou Ann 
Giffin, Carol Mapletoft, Cindy Pederson, Debbie Molloy, Kim Weiss, Kathy Thomas. Fourth Rov\': Mary King, Callie 
Seidenberg, Robin Kutzner, Ellen Smith, Elaine Erickson, Eileen Granberg, Margie Cooke, Jill Brandle, Scarlett Foster, Beth 
Rommel, Sally Shuck, Shelly Alterio, Nancy Olson, Sue Fash. 



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Intramural winners . 
. . . Another World . 
. . . Campbell Girls 



Greek Sing 
Little Theater 
. . Vida Vita 



married seniors . . . single 
. popcorn . . . freebies from 
. . Little Sisters . . . Paddle 
Hell Night ... Big Sister 
5 great pledges plus 3 
. the Ramoda inn ... Rally 
Reverend "Ike" . . . Trivia . . . 
. Bunnies . . . Pinning Circles 
meetings . . . Friends and Sisters 
LIOB ... Phi Mu ... 




Pi Beta Phi 




Front (l-r); Denise Snodgrass, Amy Handley, Sue Wilburn, Julie O'Neil, Debbie Zimmerman, Donna Cassarino, Edie Crone, 
Janet Long, Vicki Borkhurst, Susan Hormon, Wendy Kuhn, Karen Hunt, Chris Robinson, Paulo Ginther, Jeri Welsh. Bock: 
Robin Kondratic, Leslie Trew, Linda Stansbery, Kothy Linker, Lyndo Buchbinder, Peggy Hess, Sue Stadtler, Janet Coyle, 
Debbie Ireland, Sheila Core, Linda Unger, Kim Hausman, Carol Bolles. 



142 








Pi Phi - Phi Tau Corn Roast . , . 
Golden Autumn Evening . . . Harlan 
. . . Faculty Tea . . . Homecoming par- 
ty .. . landshark, go away! . . . Paris 
... 63! ... tree trimming ... #1 
bowlers . . . plop, plop, fizz, fizz . . . 
Frank's . . . really . . . Chickie . . . our 
house back! . . . rose or carnation . . , 
11 fantastic pledges ... Karen's re- 
cital . . . pledge — active softball . . . 
Howie ... go bananas . . . distinction 
. . . crop . . . George and Sam . . . 
Angel . . . Sammy . . . quack, y'oll . . . 
Qu'est — ce que c'est . . . September 
Song . . . Can-Con . . . 




143 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 










Front (l-r): Dan Johnson, Jerry Breisinger, Bob Greenwood, Dove Simpson, Ben Arikian, Bob Lewis, Brian Murphy, Jim 
Hopkins, Dean Tilden, Mike Sieber. Bock: Mark Reber, Dave Kopolovich, Kerry Hovan, Marc Chernenko, Tim Toohey, Tim 
Sprague, Warren Sfone, Rich Mazza, Dan Strauss, Mike Trail, Ed Link, Larry Whitman, Tim Monske, Vic Celo. Missing: Dave 
Stanger, Monroe Wright, Bob McKechnie, Paul Bittenger, Kelly Stone, Dan Lisiecki, Terry Toohey. 



144 




If you can't trust us . . . molotov cock- 
tails . . . wood nymph . . . big apple 
. . . blue ribbon . . . EGO Joe . . . 
EGO Jim . . . power barf . . . Big "E" 
. . . Anaconda . . . I'll buy a copy . . . 
B-l-N-G-O . . . Moon River . . . total- 
ed flats . . . beard shavings . . . steal 
the gavel . . . fire acts . . . one Celo 
was enough . . . leaking on the patio 
. . . "That's Not Right You Dummy" 
. . . socialist for president . . . moles 
make better lovers . . . Colorado 
drunks ... the Alpha Xis cheated . . . 
Kings of the Hill . . . 





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Sigma Nu 




Front (l-r): Ray Homza, Chuck Grosso, Jack Clutter, Francis Matthews, Tim Bird, Jim Shaffer, Frank Quinn, Dave Moore, Sal 
Manno. Middle: Steve Sekelik, Bob Querry, Al Cardomone, Jack Shaffer, Greg Dulkowski, Dave Vella, Steve McGinnis, Don 
Tate, Carl Clemmens, Ed Remus, Jim Ralls, Steve Cullum, Rod Clements, Don Galloway, Bruce Fahey, Al Ciocca, Jay Angus, 
Kerry McCann, Mark Yonskie. Back: Buddy Howcroft, Terry Mullane, Dennis Czarnecki, Tom Price, Rob Bokanovich, Mike 
Mulligan, Tom Miller, George Davis, Jeb Turner, Lance Aronson, John Bowe, John Vergari. 



146 




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Home for Wayward Boys . . . get the 
tomatoes ... 5 years in Moundsville 
... a Communist plot . . . social 
what?! . . . drop that chandelier ... a 
spaghettiless dinner . . . good sauce, 
Chef . . . barfatorium . . . Oh I see . . . 
Too Wide, Too Much, Too Tal 
EPA showed us the light . . . Cool, 
Lover, Boo-Boo Bears . . . No Pride 
Night ... DONUTS ... The Big "D" 
Shuffle . . . it'll be tedious . . . throw 
him in the Buffalo . . . Jack and the 
Beanstalk ... I move to adjourn . . . 
Song Practice: 1:30 ... Wednesday 
night at the Arrow Club ... I'm tak- 
ing it pass-fail . . . boilers . . . aim 
your stereos across the street . . . 
Bufford . . . Santa Sig . . . Clowns 
Moo . . . roof jumping ... TV quiz 
kids . . . Bid Day rumble . . . the long, 
dork rood to Em's . . . Visit to the Zoo 



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Zeta Tau Alpha 







Row One (l-r): Ondine Isenberg, Kim D'Angelo, Judy Pennino, Cindy Sweeney, Carol Fogon, Vol Duff. Second Row: 
Francene Soporito, Joycee Dumbough, Debbie Curron, Debbie Conovoli, Jude Froze, Lori Selwyn, Lynne Smith, Mindy Day, 
Mary Ann Mercer. Third Row: Connie Hesske, Lisa Champlin, Megan Watts, Rosie Norton, Jon Dragowski, Maureen 
Mohoney, Lainie Demyon, Sue Blackburn, Pot Weber. Fourth Row: Beth Mayer, Nikki Cwiczynski, Diane Rocioppi, Trudee 
Kamoros. Fifth Row: Sarah Golleher, Faith Skowronski, Amy Villani, Maribeth Ford, Potty Head, Ann Adams, Ruthie 
Deofenbough. 



148 




Homecoming Court, Bean and 
Queen Auddie ... ice cream party 
. . . zizzo . . . kegs . . . Clipper, you, 
me and the boat . . . compatability 
party . . . fifteen around a four . . . 
Bear Family . . . Izatzo . . . Another 
World . . . intramural volleyball 
champs . . . Rise Family . . . Zeto 
Beach . . . four return from Paris . . . 
Zeta Weekend at Mount Chateau . . . 
Fire on the Mountain . . . Bus Stop . . . 
Softball's our game . . . get on the 
base ace . . . Rake Day . . . Mama 
Buy Me Chocolate . . . more kegs . . . 
Bid Day — 19 of the best . . . Lainie — 
Outstanding Junior Woman . . . Put 
you on Hold . . . Em's . . . Big-Little 
night at the Beta slave auction . . . 
Varsity B trophy — the greatest stars 







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Pledges present Varsity B skits 



In the middle of pledging each 
second semester, the Varsity B Club 
presents seven fraternities and 
sororities performing skits in 
Commencement Hall. This year 
judges voted Zeta Tau Alpha as the 
winning sorority. The Zetas (right) 
ending their skit singing "United We 
Stand." The pledges of Beta Theta Pi 
(below left) interrupted daytime 
television programming with a 
commercial for battery-operated 
pacemakers. Betas won again for 
the third year in a row. In the 
tradition of "Snow White" and "The 
Wizard of Oz," the Sigma Nus 
(below right) obused another favorite 
fable, "Jack and the Beanstalk." 




150 




Kappa Alpha pledges (top) 
sponsored a beauty contest with 
entries from all the housing units. A 
Phi Mu hero (center left) asks 
directions to find the captured 
damsel in distress. On a tour of the 
campus, the Alpha Xi's introduce 
Gidget to Bethany personalities 
center right). Kappa Delta high- 
steppers (bottom) remain anonymous. 




151 



Campbell Hall 




First Row (l-r): Amy Spinner, Kate Rooney, Gail Rosewater, Ann Hamilton. Second Row: 
Claudia Colnar, Nancy Decker, Vicky Smith, Ruth Juleich, Mary Jones, Catherine White, 
Marcia Stulberg, Cheri Pacella, Sinde Israel, Carlo Howell. Third Row: Pio Winters, Toni 
Ookes, Merri Goldberg, Michele Mazzo, Bonnio Waterman, Karen Guillet, Ann Hak- 
lisch, Lee Murdock. Fourth Row: Mary Jo Earley, Rondi Knudsen, Cyndia York, Fay Parke, 
Bonnie Monter, Diane Lewis, A. J. Penn. 



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Goodnight 




First Row (l-r): Veronica Dougherty, Mary Titus, Cindy Krause, Debbie Doak, Torry Tooley. Second Row: Linda Comins, Jayne 
Ryan, Sandi Wright, Mary Michener, Julie Bell, Holly Ross, Angela Frangos, Sandy Pittenger, Celeste Oltmer, Barbara 
Goulding, Vol Wright, Chris Calotti. Third Row: Chris Kistler, Abby Smith, Holly Harper, Joanne Dileo, Cindy McElroy, Mary 
Beth Miller, Margie Wissman, Betty Turley, Gloria Leon, Cindy Emmons, Beth Posa, Jo Ann Ocepek. 

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"You can't stereotype the individuals 
of Goodnight . . . involved in all fac- 
ets of campus life . . . ran a close 
second in scholastic achievement . . . 
ranked as a top contender in in- 
tramural sports . . . held such fund- 
raising activities as a sandwich sole, 
car wash and a raffle . . . tapped a 
keg . . . had a picnic . . . splurged for 
tee shirts ... all in one year . . . 



153 



McEachern Hall 




Front (l-r): Steve Hill, Joe Pollard, Elliot Peterson, Greg Mason, Carol Lowe, John Lowengard, Julie Davis, Denise 
Schindehette, Mark Betlem. Second Row: John Alfred, Bob Sukolsky, Liadi Belo-Osagie, Glenn Blockwell, Keith Rogers, Bill 
Lisotto, Fay Parker, Lynn Kelly, Karen Arikian, Chris Connelly, Chris Cull, Chip Hoagland, Stu Miller, Joe Caputo, Hal Citar, 
Dick Hoppe. Root: Kevin Kraut, Dave Marsili, Brian Ross, Ian Worhoftig. 

Last Blast . . . Algernon . . . horse 
shoes and six cases of lost beer . . . 
rites of spring . . . Star Trek . . . Cos- 
mic Gail . . . Monty Python . . . Taz- 
manian Devil . . . Hoopy and Brazil 
. . . Munge and Mexico . . . The Barn 
on Thursday at 2 a.m. . . . Digit's 
refrigerator . . . upside-down candy 
machine . . . broken Woolery Cup . 



154 







Front (l-r): Lynn Kelly, Bill Lisotfo, C. B. Douglas, Charles Agbor, Mike Sullivan, Frank Thompson, Tom Luther, Doug Weir. 
Second Row: Steve Cramer, Jerry Ream, Will Cornell, Chris Cull, Gary John, Bernie Buckley, Mark Cohen, George Gilmore, 
Karen Arikian, Kevin Kraut, Richard Houpert, John Alfred, Bernie Lyons. 










McLean Hall 

Roache's Keg parties ... TV lounge 
. . . Last Blast . . . ups . . . downs . . . 
beer . . . psychodelic . . . Gerry "Iron 
City" John . . . linen salesmen . . . 
intramural losers . . . Aveilo . . . 



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First Row (l-r): Larry Creech, Gurich, Charles Allen, Vaio Movides, John Scott. Second 
Row: Sam Hashim Raya, Jeff Wheeler, Lou Forte, Rick Keslar, Ken Kilbert. Third Row: 
Leonard Loabs, Clark Rice, Ken Schoefer, Bob Byers, George Lathouris. Fourth Row: 
Mike Anderson, Dave Osborne, John Plagens, Ernie McNeely, Mike Mumford, Ed 
Crowley. Fifth Row: Ralph Peters, Stan Steele, Angelo Pascucci, Rick Monypenny, Jeff 
Weissbart, Chris Ruta, Rob Carpenter, Stu Williams. 



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Seated (l-r): Art Scherich, Mark Sergio, Andy Carey, Sam Lucas, Rudy Frank, Paul Carty. Standing: Dean Steinman, Eric 
Magyar, Gregg Warren, Joe Mull, Mark Bonar, Jeff Touvelle, Mark Laramie, Mark Chadasiewicz, Jim Ralls, Mark Stoeckle, 
Howard Verbofsky, Mark Vieweg, Bruce Bafchelder, Kevin Welsh, Tommy Anderson, Paul Curran, Dave Jackfert. 



157 



Phi Mu, Sigma Nu Top Intramurals 



FOOTBALL 

SIGMA NU 
Woolery 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Beta Theta Pi 
McLean & McEochern 
Morlan South 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Kappa Alpha 
Delta Tau Delta 
Morlan North 
Phi Kappa Tou 
Overflow 




Men's Intramural Champs; Sigma Nu. Front: Dave Jividen, Ron MocDougall, Jeff Valley, 
Mark Cohen, Jack Clutter. Middle: Pete Zinaich, Tim Bird, Neil Nappi, Gene Stabile, Ray 
Homza, Bob Querry, Dave Moore. Back: Doug Wirth, Art Canfield, Bo Bokanovich, Steve 
Nogy, Steve McGinnis, John Clingan, Jeb Turner, Rusty Shoaf, Henry Johnston. 

FLAG FOOTBALL 

PHILLIPS HALL 
Phi Mu 
Campbell 
Kappa Delta 
Goodnight 
Harlan 

Zeta Tou Alpha 
Alpha Xi Delta 



SWIMMING 

KAPPA ALPHA 
Beta Theta Pi 
Sigma Nu 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Overflow 




TENNIS 



BOWLING 



GOLF 



PHI MU 
Kappa Delta 
Harlan 
Pi Beta Phi 



PI BETA PHI 
Phi Mu 
Campbell 
Kappa Delta 
Harlan 
Goodnight 



WOOLERY 
Beta Theta Pi 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Kappa Alpha 
Delta Tau Delta 
Sigma Nu 
Phi Kappa Tau 



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Kappa Alpha 

Overflow 

Beta Theta Pi 

Delta Tau Delta 

Alpha Sigma Phi 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Morion 

Phi Kappa Tau 

McLean & McEachern 

VOLLEYBALL 

SIGMA NU 

Beta Theta Pi 

Overflow 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Kappa Alpha 

Delta Tau Delta 

Phi Kappa Tau 



TENNIS 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Overflow 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Morion 

Sigma Nu 

Delta Tau Delta 

Woolery 

Beta Theta Pi 

Alpha Sigma Phi 

McLean & McEachern 








A BASKETBALL 

SIGMA NU 
Overflow 
Beta Theto Pi 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Woolery 
Delta Tau Delta 
Kappa Alpha 
McLean & McEachern 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Phi Kappa Tau 

CROSSCOUNTRY 

CAMPBELL 
Goodnight 
Kappa Delta 



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WRESTLING 

SIGMA NU 
Beta Theta Pi 
Kappa Alpha 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
McLean & McEachern 
Delta Tau Delta 

SOFTBALL 

PHI MU 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Goodnight 

Kappa Delta 

Harlan 

Alpha Xi Delta 

PING-PONG 

MCLEAN & MCEACHERN 

Overflow 

Alpha Sigma Phi 

Beta Theta Pi 

Phi Kappa Tau 

Woolerv 

Morion South 

Morion North 

Alpha Sigma Phi 

Sigma Nu 

Delta Tau Delta 

Koppo Alpha 



RACKETBALL 

SIGMA NU 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Koppo Alpha 

Beta Theta Pi 

Delta Tau Delta 

Woolery 

Phi Kappa Tau 

Overflow 

SWIMMING 

CAMPBELL 

Phi Mu 

Zeto Tau Alpha 

Goodnight 

Alpha Xi Delta 




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VOLLEYBALL 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Goodnight 

PhiMu 

Harlan 

Phillips 

Pi Beta Phi 

Kappa Delta 



TRACK 

PHIMU 
Goodnight 
Kappa Delta 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Zeta Tau Alpha 




PING PONG 



BASKETBALL 



CROSS COUNTRY 

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 
Morion North 
Beta Theta Pi 
Morion South 
Woolery 
Delta Tau Delta 
Sigma Nu 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Kappo Alpha 

BOWLING 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 
Sigma Nu 
Morion North 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Phi Kappa Tau 
McLean & McEochern 
Kappa Alpha 
Beta Theta Pi 
Overflow 
Delta Tau Delta 
Woolery 
Morion South 

B BASKETBALL 

SIGMA NU 

Beta Theta Pi 

Overflow 

Morion 

Koppo Alpha 

Woolery 

Delta Tau Delta 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Phi Koppo Tau 

TRACK 



PHIMU 
Harlan 
Phillips 
Goodnight 
Campbell 
Pi Beta Phi 
Koppo Delta 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Alpha Xi Delta 



KAPPA DELTA 

PhiMu 

Goodnight 

Harlan 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Campbell 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Pi Beta Phi 

Phillips 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

Delta Tau Delta 

Beta Theta Pi 

Morion 

McLean & McEochern 

Sigma Nu 

Kappo Alpha 

Phi Koppa Tau 

Overflow 

Alpha Sigma Phi 

Woolery 



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Seniors 




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TOP RIGHT; CAROLE JAYNE COX; 

Bethany, W.Va.; History, Alpha Xi 
Delta, SBOG, Lacrosse, Swimming 

Manager. 

LEFT: DAVID FRANK WRIGHT; 

Gibsonio, Pa.; English / 

Communications, McEachern, 

Harbinger, Tower, Concert and 

Stage, Bonds. 

BOnOM RIGHT: CATHARINE 

THOMAS; Aliquippa, Pa.; Chemistry, 

Phi Mu, Gamma Sigma Kappa, 

Kappa Mu Epsilon, SBOG, 

Curriculum Committee, Chemistry 

Lab Assistant, Intramurols. 



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TOP: MELANIE C. ^kllk; 

Vanderbilt, Pa.; Alpha Xi Delta. 
BOnOM: JEFFREY A. RAITHEL; 

Hannibal, Mo.; Beta Theta Pi. 



163 



LEFT: VICTORIA A. STIMAC; 

Wheeling, W.Va.; Communications, 
Zeta Tou Alpha - V.P., SBOG. 
TOP RIGHT; DEBRA LEE WERNER; 
Collegeville, Pa.; Sociology,ancl Phi 
Mu, Alpha Psi Omega, Sociology 
Club, Field FHockey. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: LINDA S. REEVES; 
Westport, Ct.; Sociology, Campbell, 
Sociology Club - Secretary, Concert 
Choir, Peer Help Center, Saturday 
School. 




164 




TOP MICHAEL JOHN WARCO; 

Washington, Pa,; Economics, Kappa 
Alpha, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Senior 
Class — Treasurer, Economics Club, 
Soccer. 

BOTTOM LEFT: SANDRA MASON; 
Murrysville, Po.,- Campbell. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: LISA SARRACINO; 
Burgettstown, Pa.; Mathematics, 
Gamma Sigma Kappa, Kappa Mu 
Epsilon, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Vira 
I. Heinz Award. 



165 



TOP; MARCIA S. STULBERG; 

Williamsville, N.Y.; Sociology, 

Campbell. 

BOnOM LEFT: JOHN A. MARTY; 

Pittsburgh, Pc; Morion. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: SUSAN 

JOHNSON; Rochester, NY.,- 

Communications, Alpha Xi Delta, 

SBOG, French Club, Polygot, 







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TOP LEFT: THADDEUS F. 
KACZOROWSKI, III; Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
Communications, Beta Theta Pi. 
TOP RIGHT: KATHLEEN 
STARZINSKI; Brook Haven, Pa.; 
Secondary Education. 
BOTTOM: SETH GOLBEY; Stamford, 
Ct.; Cochran Apts. 



167 





TOP LEFT: CHERYL RUTH MITCHELL; 

Lincoln Park, N.J.; Chemistry, 
Goodnight, Kappa Mu Sigma, 
Gymnastics, Chamber Orchestra. 
TOP RIGHT: TONI DEMISE OAKES; 
Fanwood, N.J.; French, Campbell, 
French Club, International Student's 
Club, Saturday School. 
BOTTOM: UDO JOHNSON EKPO; 
Washington, D.C.; Economics, 
Overflow, International Relations 
Club, Economics Club, Soccer. 




168 




LEFT: SHEILA CORE; Morgantown, 
W.Va.; English, Pi Beta Phi. 
MIDDLE: ALAN CAIRNS; Durban, 
South Africa; History, Delta Tau 
Delta, International Student's Club, 
IFC, Varsity Soccer Manager. 
RIGHT: GEORGE LOES; Larissa, 
Greece; Physics, Overflow, Society 
of Physics Students Club President, 
French Club, Varsity Soccer. 




169 



TOP RIGHT: PETER E. LUPFER; 

Metuchen, N.J.; Mathematics, Delta 

Tau Delta — President, Treasurer, 

IFC, Math Club, Intramurals. 

LEFT: SUSANNA JO WILBURN; 

Portsmith, Oh.; French, Pi Beta Phi - 

V.P., Gamma Sigma Kappa, French 

Club, German Club. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: VALERIE ANN 

WRIGHT; Columbia, Md.,- 

Mathematics, Goodnight, Kappa Mu 

Epsilon, Kalon, German Club, 

Swimming, Intramurals, Who's Who, 

Phi Kappa Tau Freshman Girl of the 

Year, Resident Assistant. 





170 




TOP LEFT: RICHARD GEORGE CLANCY 
III; Yorktown Heights, N.Y.; 
Communications, Kappa Alpha Order, 
Pi Delta Epsilon, Tower Sports Editor, 
WVBC, WVBC-TV Public Relations 
Director, Resident Assistant. 
BOTTOM LEFT: PAUL DEAN 
STEINMAN, JR.; Weirton, W.Va.; 
Biology, Woolery, Beta Beta Beta, 
Woolery Pres., V.P., French Club, 
Football, Golf. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: SUSAN ERICH; 
Akron, Oh. 




171 




TOP RIGHT: LAUREL ELAINE PULEO; 

Trappe, Pa.; Elementary Education, 
Kappa Delta, Intramurals, Campaign 

Worker 72. 

LEFT ROBERT A. QUERRY; 

Johnstown, Pa.; English, Sigma Nu. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: KAREN HAGY; 

Toronto, Oh.; Goodnignt. 




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TOP LEFT: DEMISE A. YARUSSI; 

Pittsburgh; Pa.; Campbell, Kappa Pi, 

SNEA. 

TOP RIGHT: KATHARINE A. RYAN; 

Balto., Md.; Goodnight. 
BOTTOM: CLAUDIUS ONI; Lagos, 
Nigeria; Psychology, McLean, Soccer 
Co-Captain, All-Conference, ISA 
President, Student Court — Chief 
Justice, Psychology Club, Renner 
Union Program Board, Practicum 
Committee, Alpha Sigma Phi social 
member, SBOG. 



173 



TOP RIGHT: ROBERT ALAN 

WILLIAMS; Worthington, Oh; 

Communications, Woolery, Football, 

All-PAC Place Kicker. 

LEFT: CHARLES B. M. DOUGLAS; 

Armonk, N.Y.; Psychology, 

Intramurols. 

BOnOM RIGHT: LIZABETH CARTY; 

Rochester, N.Y.; Elementary Ed., Pi 

Beta Phi, SNEA, Cheerleader. 





174 




TOP: DAVE KOPOLOVICH; West 
Mifflin, Pa.; Political Science, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Varsity B, Political 
Science Club, Football. 
BOnOM: VICKIE KAUFMANN; 
Bridgewater, N.J.; Sociology, Kappa 
Delta, Sociology Club, Intramurals. 



175 






TOP: ALEXANDER J. CIOCCA III; 

Pittsburgh, Pa.; Political Science / 

History, Sigma Nu, Lt. Commander, 

Football, All-PAC. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: WILLIAM J. 

MOLNAR JR.; Valencia, Pa.; 

Chemistry, Delta Tau Delta, Gamma 

Sigma Kappa, Kappa Mu Epsilon, 

Intramurals. 
BOTTOM LEFT: DEBORAH MOLLOY; 
Butler, Pa.; Elementary Education, Phi 

Mu, SNEA. 





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TOP LEFT: C. JEFF WEISSBART; 

Pittsburgh, Pa.; Communications, 
Overflow, Intramural Director, Pi 
Delta Epsilon President, Football, 
WVBC Program Director, News 
Bureau Student Assistant. 
TOP RIGHT: JACQUELINE L. 
KUZMA; Follansbee, W. Va.; 
Elementary Education, Kappa Delta. 
BOTTOM: JIM EVANS; Elmiro, N.Y.; 
History, Overflow, House Manager, 
Phi Alpha Theto Secretary-Treasurer, 
Intramurals, News Bureau Student 
Assistant. 



177 



TOP: KATHARINE A. LIESE; 

Auburndale, Fla.; French, Alpha Xi 

Delta — Marshall, Corresponding 

Secretary, French Club President, 

Homecoming Court, Sorbonne 

Program. 

BOTTOM LEFT: BRENT BABER 

COFFIELD; New Martinsville, W.Va.; 

Biology, Woolery, Beta Beta Beta — 

Vice President, Intromurals. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: AUDDIE 

HOLCOMB; Wheeling, W.Va.; 

Elementary Education, Zeta Tau 

Alpha, SNEA, Homecoming Queen 

1975. 




178 




TOP: KERRY LEIGH HOVAN; 

Munhall, Pa., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
BOnOM LEFT: ROSANNE ADELE 
NORTON; Jamestown, N.Y.; 
Communications, Zeta Tou Alpha, 
Intramurals. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: MARY KATH- 
ERINE TITUS; Bowie, Md.; English, 
Goodnight, Lambda Iota Tou. 




179 




TOP LEFT: GLORIA LEON; Deer 

Park, N.Y.; Biology, Goodnight, Tri- 

Beta — Treasurer, Campus Audubon 

Secretory, 

TOP RIGHT: PAMELA ROSE 

MAGYAR; Shodyside, Oh.; 

Elementary Education, Alpha Xi 

Delta. 

BOTTOM: BONNIE J. MONTE; 

Stamford, Ct.; Theater, Campbell, 

Alpha Psi Omega — President, 

Treasurer. 



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TOP: PATRICIA scon MORRE; 

Latrobe, Pa.; Physical Education, Phi 
Mu, Homecoming Court, Field 
Hockey, Intramurals. 
BOnOM LEFT: JANET LYNNE 
BANKS; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Elementary 
Education, Goodnight, Sigma Delta 
Pi, SBOG, SNEA, International 
Education Committee. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: WILLIAM 
KENNEDY; Bellaire, Oh.; 
Communications, Woolery, Tower, 
WVBC, Track, Cross Country. 




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TOP: JOHN RICHARD MANYPENNY; 

Newell, W.Va.; Economics, 

Overflow, Omicron Delta Epsilon 

President, Kappa Mu Epsilon, 

Economics Club Vice President, 

Senior Fellow — Economics, 

Intramurals. 

BOTTOM LEFT; MARY SHUTLER; 

Wheeling, W.Va. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: MERRI NADINE 

GOLDBERG; Yorktown Heights, N.Y.; 

Spanish, Campbell, Sigma Delta Pi 

President, Lambda Iota Tau, Spanish 

Club, Band, Encounter, Intramurals. 





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TOP LEFT: ABIGAIL SMITH; West 
Orange, N.J.; History, Goodnight 
President, French Club. 
TOP RIGHT: WENDY LISABETH 

WILLIAMS; Cherry Hill, N.J.; 
Communications, Kalon President, 
Gamma Sigma Kappa, Pi Delta 
Epsilon, Who's Who, WVBC 
Assistant Student Director, Messiah, 
Concert Choir, Madrigal Choir, SCA. 
BOTTOM: DAVID AVONDOGLIO; 
Ivoryton, Conn.,- Elementary 
Education, McLean, SBOG, SNEA, 
WVBC, Intramurals. 



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TOP: CHRISTOPHER RUTA; Oakland, 

N.J.; Overflow. 

BOTTOM LEFT: A. HOWELL 

CANFIELD; Philadelphia, Pa., 

Sociology, Sigma Nu — Social 

Chairman, Intramural Representative. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: DEBRA JEAN 

BINA; Westhampton Beach, N.Y.; 

Elementary Education, Zeta Tau 

Alpha — Treasurer, SNEA — Vice 

President, Spanish Club, Intramurols, 

hlomecoming Court, Alpha Snea 




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TOP: MARK ALBERT REBER; Atlanta, 
Ga.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
BOnOM LEFT: LISA M. FRIEDMAN; 

Melville, N.Y.; Campbell. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: DOROTHY 
GENSHEIMER; Hamburg, N.J.; 
Campbell, Biology, Lacrosse, 
Basketball, Intramurals. 




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TOP: MAUREEN ANN RILEY; 

Pittsburgh, Pa.; Economics, Alpha Xi 

Delta — President, Treasurer, 

Economics Club, Panhellic Council 

President, Intramurals. 

BOnOM LEFT: JAN C. ZELLER; 

Pittsburgh, Pa.; Physical Education, 

Campbell, Lacrosse Club, Swim 

Team Manager, Intramurals, 

Wilderness Recreation Committee. 

BOnOM RIGHT: JAMES M. 

SHOAF; Washington, Pa.; Sigma Nu. 



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TOP LEFT: ONDINE ISENBERG; Dix 

Hills, N.Y.; Elementary Education, 

Zeta Tau Alpha. 

TOP RIGHT: MARYANN 

KOVACEVICH; Belmont, Oh.; 

Goodnight. 

BOTTOM: MARYANN C. BREY; 

Gladstone, N.J.; English, Goodnight, 

Lambda Iota Tau, Pi Delta Epsilon, 

Intramurals, Bethanian 1975 Senior 

Editor. 



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TOP: MARSHA GOLDEN ZIMSKY; 

Wheeling, W.Va.; Communications, 
Kappa Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon. 
BOnOM LEFT: JO ANN OCEPEK; 
McDonald, Pa.; Biology, Goodnight, 
Tri-Beta, Campus Audubon Club — 
Secretary. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: DAVID MONROE 
WRIGHT; Snyder, N.Y.; Biology, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Secretary, 
Tri-Beta — Historian, Lacrosse. 





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TOP: DAVID JIUIDEN; Newell, W. Va.; 
Economics, Sigma Nu — Commander, Omicron 
Delta Epsilon. 
BOTTOM LEFT: JERRY STEWART REAM; 

Johnstown, Po.; Interdisciplinary, McLean, Kalon, 
Renner Union Program Board — Chairman, 
Chairman Speaker Committee, Senior 
Representative Interdisciplinary Faculty 
Committee. 

BOTTOM RIGHT; HEATHER SUE ADAMS; 
Birmingham, Mi.; German, Campbell, German 
Club, Lambda Iota Tau, German Polyglot Editor, 
Saturday School. 



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TOP LEFT: SHERRY L. VOGT; Acton, 

Mass.; Education, Phi Mu. 

TOP RIGHT: REBECCA CHARLEY; 

Greensburgh, Pa.; Schonck's. 

BOTTOM: LANE T. ZELLMAN; 

Pittsburgh, Pa.; Grime's. 




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TOP: EILEEN E. KASPARIAN; 

Yorktown, Heights, N.Y.; Alpha Xi 
Delta — President. 
BOnOM LEFT: MARK ROGER 
LESNEH; Upper St. Clair, Pa.; 
Economics, Kappa Alpha, Omicron 
Delta Epsilon, Economics Club 
President, Varsity Basketball. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: DANIEL THOMAS 
LEMAITRE; Woodbury, Ct.; 
Economics, Delta Tau Delta, 
Omicron Delta Epsilon, Phi Alpha 
Theta, Economics Club Secretary, 
Saturday School. 




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TOP: PATRICIA ANN MARTIN; Erie, 

Pa.; Communications, Alpha Xi Delta 

BOTTOM: EVANNE WEIRICH; York 

Haven, Pa.; Liden's. 




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TOP: DAVID CORTES'; Brooklyn, 
N.Y.; Religion, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Spanish Club, Resident Assistant. 
BOnOM LEFT: RUTH ANNE 
DODSON; Corpus Christi, Tex.; 
Mathematics, Campbell, Kappa Mu 
Epsilon President, Omicron Delta 
Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Kappa, 
January Term Committee. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: JOANNE R. 
BUNK; Warren, Pa.; Phi Mu, 
Elementary Education, Panhellic 
Council, Field Hockey, Intramurals. 



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TOP LEFT: STAN J. PAWLOSKI; 

Bellaire, Ohio; Communications, 

Woolery, Pi Delta Epsilon, WVBC, 

Track. 

TOP RIGHT: SHARON NADA 

BOGERAD; Weirton, W.VA.; 

Communications, Phi Mu, Bethanian, 

French Club, Tower. 

BOTTOM: MARK COHEN ,- 

Lawrence, Mass.; Political Science, 

Sigma Nu, SBOG, Intramurals, Athletic 

Committee. 




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TOP: ELLIOn L. PETERSON; Baton 
Rouge, La.; McEachern. 
BOTTOM LEFT: LINDA A. 
MAHONEY; Media, Pa.; Art / 
Education, Pi Beta Phi, SNEA, 
Panhellenic Council, Kappa Pi — 
Treasurer. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: CARMINA 
SZUNYONG; Avella, Pa.; Campbell. 



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TOP: BARBARA E. WAYNE; 

Wheeling, W.Va.; Communications, 
Kappa Delta — Treasurer, Pi Delta 
Epsilon — Secretary, Sigma Delta Pi, 
Spanish Club — President, Tower — 
Editor, Bethanian, Folio, Intramurals, 
E. E. Roberts Award for campus 
journalism. Pi Delta Epsilon Award, 
Majorette. 

BOnOM LEFT: MICHAEL KORT; Erie 
Pa.; Alpha Sigma Phi, All-PAC Golf. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: PETER J. ZINAICH; 
Adena, Oh.; Economics, Sigma Nu, 
Omicron Delta Epsilon, Economics 
Club, Baseba 



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TOP: KIM E. LEVIN; Wheeling, 

W.Va.; 

BOnOM: JAMES THOMAS JOYCE, 

JR.; Youngstown, Oh.; History, Beta 
Theta Pi Vice-President, Phi Alpha 
Theta, History Club, Senior class 
President, Football, Lacrosse. 




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TOP: JEFFREY KASPER WEIK; 

Library, Pa.; Elementary Education, 

Sigma Nu. 

BOTTOM LEFT: CARLA A. HOWELL; 

Dedham, Mass.; Campbell 

BOTTOM RIGHT: FRANK E. 

THOMPSON; Bethany, W.Va.; 

McLean. 







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TOP LEFT: H. GREGORY LEVY; 

Newburgh, N.Y.; Elementary 
Education, Kappa Alpha President, 
Treasurer, Golf Captain, Swimming, 
All-Conference Golf 1973. 
TOP RIGHT: LAURA ANN 
KNOWLES; Lititz, Pa., 
Communications, Alpfia Xi Delta, Pi 
Delta Epsilon, Kappa Pi Treasurer, 
Poylglot, Tower, Saturday School. 
BOTTOM: JILL DIANE BRANDLE; 
Madison, N.J.; Interdisciplinary, Phi 
Mu, Bethany Kalon, Renner Union 
Board, Wilderness Recreation 
Committee, Who's Who in American 
Colleges. 



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TOP LEFT: MICHELE CATHERINE 

ANN MAZZA; Vanderbilt, Pa.; 
French, Campbell, French Club, 
SNEA, Saturday School, International 
Students Relations Club, Lacrosse, 
intramurols. 

TOP RIGHT: ROBERT L. CARTER; 
Wayne, Pa.; English, Phi Kappa Tau 
President, German Club President, 
intramurols, Who's Who Among 
American Colleges and Universities, 
Resident Assistant, Mole Chorus, 
Mixed Choir. 

BOTTOM: WILSON B. DARWIN; 
h4ockessin, Del.; Physical Education, 
Sigma Nu, Football, Track. 




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TOP LEFT: HARRY A. BOOTH; Elkins, 
W.Va.; Physical Education, Phi 
Kappa Tau, Intramural Council, 
Wrestling, Football. 
TOP RIGHT: PAUL EDWARD 
LEHNER; Greenwhich, Pa.,- 
Psychology, Phi Kappa Tau, Gamma 
Sigma Kappa, Debate Team, 
German Club President, Psychology 
Society, Senior Fellow — Psychology. 
BOTTOM: KAREN SUE HUNT; 
Akron, Oh.; Music Literature, Pi Beta 
Phi, Gamma Sigma Kappa, Messiah, 
Concert Choir, Pep Band, Chamber 
Music, WVBC, Intramurals. 



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TOP RIGHT: HOWARD CLARK 

SMITH; Mt. Lebanon, Pa.; Religion, 

Phi Kappa Tau. 

TOP LEFT: CHARLES D. DEVINNE; 

Fairport, N.Y.; Phi Kappa Tau. 
BOTTOM: CAROL ANN 
MAPLETOFT; Chatham, N.J.; Art, Phi 
Mu Vice President, FHouse Manager, 
Kappa Pi President, Secretary, 
Intramurals. 



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TOP: DEBRA CLAIRE CANOVALI; 

Green Bay, Wisconsin,- Elementary 
Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, SNEA, 
Cheerleader. 

BOTTOM LEFT: EDWIN G. SHRIVER: 
Warren, Oh.; Phi Kappa Tau. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: HIBBY PRINGLE; 
Johnstown, Pa.; Art, Campbell, 
Kappa Pi Secretary, Intramurals, 
Senior Fellow — Art. 







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LEFT: EPPIE INSKEEP; Rockville, Md.; 
Elementary Education, SNEA, Agape, 
Saturday School. 
TOP RIGHT: MARK VIEWEG; 

Wheeling, W.Va.; Economics, 
Woolery, Economics Club. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: JOHN A. 
VERGARI; Mohegon, N.Y.; 
Chemistry, Sigma Nu, Treasurer, 
Gamma Sigma Kappa, Football, 
Lacrosse, Intramurals, Practicum 
Committee. 




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TOP: WILLIAM HAYNES JR.; 

Toronto, Oh.; History — Political 

Science, Sigma Nu, Phi Alpha Theta 

Vice-President. 

BOnOM: BRUCE KING MACLEOD: 

Snyder N.Y.; Economics, Overflow, 

Omicron Delta Epsilon, Economics 

Club, Saturday School, Band. 



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TOP LEFT: MARK BONAR; 
Shadyside, Oh.,- Mathematics, 
Education, Woolery, Baseball, 
Football, Intramurals. 
TOP RIGHT: SANDRA LEE 
PITTENGER; Mountainside, N.J.; 
Mathematics, Goodnight, Kappa Mu 
Epsilon Vice-President, SNEA, 
Concert Choir, Messiah. 
BOTTOM: CELESTE A. OLTMER; 
New Milford, N.J.; French, 
Goodnight, SNEA, French Club, 
Spanish Club, Intramurals. 




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TOP: DAVID B. ANDREWS; 

Ridgewood, N.J.; Communications, 
Delta Tau Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon, 
WVBC Student Director, SBOG, 
Tower, Concert Committee, 
Intramurals. 

BOnOM LEFT: MERLE JEAN 
EMEIGH; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Elementary 
Education, Pi Beta Phi Vice-President, 
SNEA, Debate Club, Gamma Sigma 
Kappa, Kappa Mu Epsilon, WVBC. 
BOnOM RIGHT: PAULA M. 
GINTHER; Shadyside, Oh.; 
Communications, Pi Beta Phi, WVBC. 







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TOP LEFT: JULIANNE GULP; Dallas, 
Pa.; Communications, Kappa Delta, 
Lambda Iota Tau President, Pi Delta 
Epsilon, Spanish Club, SBOG, 
Panhellenic Council Secretary, 
Tower, Oxford Semester, Church 
Choir. 

TOP RIGHT: A. JAYE PENN; 
Wellsville, Oh.; Campbell. 
BOTTOM: ROBERT EARL ELDER; 
Allison Park, Pa.; Sociology, Delta 
Tau Delta, Sociology Club, Track. 



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TOP: BENJAMIN GARGLE; Ornard, 
Calif.; Alpha Sigma Phi, Pi Delta 
Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi. 
BOnOM LEFT; K. BRYNOLF LYON; 
Rushville, Ind.; Psychologv, McLean, 
Gamma Sigma Kappa, Debate Club 
President, Psychology Society 
President, Senior Fellow — 
Psychology. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: ROBERT PETER 
GRAMMEN; Wheeling W.Va.; 
Economics, McLean, Omicron Delta 
Epsilon, Intramurals, Football, Tennis. 



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LEFT: HOLLY KAY HARPER; Medford 
Lakes, N.J.; Communications, 
Goodnight, Pi Delta Epsilon, 
Bethonion 1975 Editor-in-Chief, 
Tower, Band, Scripps-Howord 
Scholarship. 

TOP RIGHT: GERALD BREISINGER; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: RALPH D. SPILLER; 
Bethany, W.Va. 



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TOP LEFT: THOMAS K. MILLER; 

Gibsonia, Pa.; McEachern. 

TOP RIGHT: HENRY STEPHEN 

JOHNSTON; Verona, Pa.; Biology, 

Sigma Nu, Chaplain, Marshall, Beta 

Beta Beta, Football. 

BOnOM LEFT: CHARLES WILSON 

III; Herminie, Pa.; Beta Theta Pi. 



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TOP LEFT: K. ANDREW CROSS; 

Westover, W.Va.; Physical Education, 
McLean, Football, Wrestling, Student t; 
Intramural Director, Field House 
Equipment Manager. 
TOP RIGHT: GLENN S. 
ARRINGTON; Glen Arm, Md,; 
Sociology, Alpha Sigma Phi, 
Sociology Club, Intramurols. 
BOTTOM: DIANNE M. JONES; 
Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.; Phi Mu, 
Physical Education. 




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TOP: RICK SNYDER; McDonald, Pa.; 
Communications, Beta Theto Pi 
President, Varsity B President, 
College Council, Football Captain, 
All-Conference second team. 
BOTTOM LEFT: JONATHAN 
LOWENGARD; Harrisburg, Po.; 
McEachern. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: GARY M. NOVAK; 
West Mifflin, Pa.; Beta Theta Pi, 
Baseball. 




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TOP LEFT: JONATHAN SHAW; 

Shrewsbury, Mass.; Communications, 
Beta Theta Pi. TOP MIDDLE: 
PATRICK M. FLATLEY; Weirton, 
W.Va.; English, Alpha Sigma Phi. 
TOP RIGHT: JAN INGRAM SMITH; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Elementary Education, 
Pi Delta Epsilon, SNEA, Agape, 
WVBC, Religious Life Committee, 
Resident Assistant, Who's Who 
Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities. 
BOnOM: DAVID S. BARLOW; 
Baltimore, Md.; McEochern, 
Economics, Band, Baseball. 



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TOP: PETE KAYWORTH; Boca Raton, 
Fla.; Economics, Sigma Nu, Omicron 
Delta Epsilon, Football, Track. 
BOnOM LEFT: MARK D. BETLEM; 
Rochester, N.Y.; Biology, McEachern, 
Beta Beta Beta, Campus Audubon. 
BOnOM RIGHT: PAUL R. COLE; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Psychology, Delta 
Tau Delta, Gamma Sigma Kappa, 
Psychology Society, Band, Lacrosse. 



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TOP LEFT: THOMAS A. SAMPSON; 

Mercer, Pa.; Overflow. 

TOP RIGHT: CAROL L. STEVENS; 

Westport, Conn.; Economics, Phi Mu 
Treasurer, Band, Field Hockey. 
BOTTOM: CYNTHIA JEAN 
EMMONS; Erie, Pa.; Goodnight. 






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TOP: CONSTANCE A. HESSKE; 

Steubenville, Oh.; Communications, 
Zeto Tou Alpha President, 
Panhellenic President, Messiah, 
Intromurols, College Council. 
BOnOM: ANDREW B. LAMBERT; 
McKeesport, Pa.; Beta Theta Pi, 
SBOG President, Lacrosse. 



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TOP LEFT: DEBRA ANN LEWIS; 

Bantam, Conn.; Education, 

TOP RIGHT: BRUCE A. REYNOLDS; 

Riverside, Conn.,- Alpha Sigma Phi, 

Swimming. 

BOTTOM: scon I. McCRUM; 

Allison Park, Pa.; Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon. 



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TOP: FRANK J. RAVELLA; 

Wilmerding, Pa.; Economics, Beta 
Theta Pi, Economics Club, SBOG, 
Varsity B, Football. 
BOTTOM LEFT; MICHAEL D. BILICA; 
Bethany, W.Va.; Mathematics, Alpha 
Sigma Phi, Wrestling, Football. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: ERIC WENDELL; 
Maplewood, N.J.; Alpha Sigma Phi. 




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TOP LEFT: STEVEN A. FELLER; 

Scarsdale, N.Y.; Psychology, 
Resident Assistant, Psychology 
Society, Swimming. 
TOP RIGHT: STEPHEN JAMES 
CRAMER; Poinesville, Oh.; 
Economics, McLean, Renner Union 
Program Board, SBOG, Wilderness 
Recreation Committee, Renner Union 
Advisory Committee. 
BOnOM: PETER FRANCOS; 
Bethany, W.Va.; McEachern. 




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TOP: ALBERT JAMES WIZBA; 

Shadyside, Oh.; Alpha Sigma Phi. 
BOTTOM LEFT: DONNA E. MYERS; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Communications, 
Kappa Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon, 
WVBC, Bethanettes. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: CHARLES T. 
DIGHT; Wellsburg, W.Va.; 
Economics, Beta Theta Pi, Resident 
Assistant, Football, Wrestling. 




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John A. Anderson 
Susan R. Bonk 
Joy Bemesderfer 
Donald J. Blashford 
Steven E. Burakowski 
Richard A. Davidson 



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Robert A. Gordon 
Eric H. Hill 
Richard F. Houpert 
Barbie Koffenberger 
J. Thomas Madden 



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Frank Thompson 
Elizabeth A. Turley 
Richard M. Vulgomore 
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