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We dedicate this year's "Bethanian" to 
Perry Gresham, President Emeritus, in 
appreciation tor the use of his poem, 
"A Ballad of Bethany," as our theme. 



1978 
BETHANIAN 



EDITOR: Mary Beth Miller 

ASSISTANT EDITOR: Billie Schrecker 

FACULTY ADVISOR: Ruth Westlake 

SECTION EDITORS 
Essay; Leslie Lomasson 
Activities: Scarlett Foster 
Clubs and Organizations: Patty Schodder 
Sports: |ohn Lau, Rich Meyer, Doug Pfendler 
Housing: Valerie Bellofatto 

ARTIST: Frank Merryman 

PHOTOGRAPHERS: Lynn Nakashian, Doug 
Holmes, Moya Melnick, Barne Lowman, 
William Fung, Steve Coe, Tamara Tormoh- 
len, Sarah Bunkley, Robyn Breithaupt, Kris- 
ten Cady, Chris Quinn. 

STAFF: Melissa Kearney, Chuck Nalbantian, Liz 
Stevens, Beth Cullis, Arden Rosfeld, Debbie 
Pyle, lonathan Lamb, Francis Matthews. 



BETHANY COLLEGE 
BETHANY, WEST VIRGINIA 





I sing the song of a college town 






Where learning is the theme 





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With a I940's theme, the 1977 Bethany 
Homecoming combined floats, pa- 
rades, parties, concerts and football 
and soccer games to honor the alumni 
Of the World War II. 
The festivities started Friday afternoon 
with the soccer team defeating Wash- 
ington and lefferson, 8-0. The gridders 
did not tare so well as they were de- 
feated 14-7 by Allegheny. Brief rams 
before the game did not dampen the 
Homecoming spirit. 

Half time at the football game was 
highlighted by the crowning of senior 
Ann Adams as the I977 Homecoming 
queen. Members of the classes of the 
I940's were also introduced. Prior to 
the game, the first Alumni "B" Hall of 
Fame inductees were honored. 
The Alpha Sigma Phis and the Phi Mus 
won awards for the most thematic and 
original floats, respectively. But the Sig- 
ma Nu entry of a "conehead" float, 
patterned after the television show 
"Saturday Night Live" received the 
most attention. Entertainment for the 
weekend included a Friday night con- 
cert featuring the Geils Band and the 
annual Saturday night dinner dance 
with the Lester Lanin Orchestra. 



"I'VE BEEN TO 

ALUMNI OF THE 






BETHANY HOMECOMING" 

FORTIES HONORED 






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KLEIN AND CORN COMBINE 



I he comedy o! Robert Klein and the zany 
ragtime music of Your Father's Mustache com- 
bined tor the Fall Parents' Weekend entertain- 
ment. Klein captivated parents and students 
alike with his quick wit and improvisations. 
His topics included movies, shaking hands, 
physics of a water glass and the crowd favorite, 
Cresham Memorial Gymnasium. 
Prior to Klein, Your Father's Mustache filled 
the Field House with ragtime favorites that had 
the crowd clapping and singing along. 
The weekend was rounded out by soccer, foot- 
ball and volleyball games. The sisters of Phi 
Mu Sorority held their annual Arts and Crafts 
Show in Alumni Lounge, featuring crafts made 
by the girls. 











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SING HELD MOTHER'S DAY 



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Greek Sing, won by the Beta 
Theta Pi and Pi Beta Phi fraternity 
organizations, wound up the 
Spring Parents' Weekend by hon- 
oring Mother's Day. 
The Betas captured top honors 
with a medley of songs from the 
50's. Props for the tunes included 
sunglasses and the casual look to 
add to the effect. The Pi Phis sang 
"Look to the Rainbow" and a tra- 
ditional sorority song. 
The Sigma Nus ended the sing 
with an assortment of costumes 
and songs ranging from "When 
The Saints Go Marching In," to a 
solo of "Miss Honey Bee." 
Rachel Long received the out- 
standing freshman woman award 
from the brothers of Phi Kappa 
Tau. 





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SUN AND FUN FOR SPRING 






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Spring Weekend brought back alumni, picnics, 
concerts, a parade and a welcomed glimpse of 
the sun. The Weekend festivities started with the 
traditional picnic in the Coal Bowl. That night 
ended with a concert by the Star Spangled Wash- 
board Band (upper right). Saturday featured the 
third annual Perry Gresham Day. A parade honor- 
ing Dr. Gresham was complete with majorettes, 
floats and queens to highlight the celebration. 
Overland Express and Meisburg and Walters (op- 
posite, lower right) added musical flavor that 
night at the Field House. The last concert on 
Sunday, Kenny Rankin, was cancelled due to 
injury to Rankin at a previous concert. A student 
group, headed by Hal Hirsh, played instead for 
the crowd. 



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MAY 
MORNING 





May Morning featured an alumnus and trustee 
of Bethany as guest speaker for the annual 
event honoring the senior women. 
Mrs. Ann Wilkin Trombadore, of Bound Brook, 
N|, addressed the women of Bethany at the 
breakfast. Mrs. Trombadore, a native of Well- 
sburg, W. Va., is a member of the West Vir- 
ginia, New lersey and American Bar Associ- 
ations. 

The breakfast was opened with a prayer by 
senior |anet Long. Miss Long served as vice- 
president of Bethany's Panhellenic Council and 
chairman of the breakfast. Scarlett Foster was 
toastmistress as Outstanding lunior Woman 
and president of Panhellenic Council. 
A fashion show, coordinated by Lynn Patterson 
and Lynn Nakashian and narrated by Tory Toll- 
ey, featured two women from each housing 
unit modeling their own clothes. 




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THE WORLD'S A STAGE 



THE DUMB WAITER 





YOU CANT TAKE 
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THEATRE TOUTS TALENT 




The Bethany College Theatre provided a mix of serious, com- 
ical and musical productions to delight Bethany audiences 
during the 1977-78 season. 

The season began with "Trial By Jury," a musical featuring a 
number of Bethany alumni. The Parents' Weekend presenta- 
tion was "You Can't Take It With You," with Tory Tolley and 
Michael Huskins as the parents. Another family play, "Hay 
Fever," portrayed the wacky and bliss-less Bliss family with 
Fran McDormand and |ohn Sayers as the heads of the crazy 
clan. 

Communications professor Mark Stevenson highlighted "The 
Harmfulness of Tobacco," while Michael Huskins, Beth Geis- 
mann and Peter lensen performed "The Proposal" the same 
night. 

A night of one-act plays opened the spring semester. "The 
Great Big Doorstep" showed the dreams of a family that lived 
in a shack but had found their mansion doorstep in the nearby 
river. Tim Thompson and Lisa DeFuso held the leads. 
The season ended with "Of Thee I sing," a musical about a 
presidential campaign with a platform of one word, "Love." 




THE GREAT BIG DOORSTEP 



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CONCERTS SPAN STYLES 



rhe concerts al Bethany started with the 
Homecoming perform a n ( e In the Geils 
Band (lower lett) .mil 1'iulecl with an out- 
dooi concert the List weekend ol school by 

Kenny Rankin (opposite, upper left). 
I, ill semester, jazz musician Woody Herman 
(opposite, lower right) and the Atlanta 
Rhythm Sec lion (upper lett). 
Youi Father's Mustache entertained students 
and their parents on Fall Parents' Weekend. 
Spring Weekend brought a rash of concerts 
tn campus. The Star Spangled Washboard 
Band performed a combination ot country, 
blue grass and rock here for the second time 
in three years. Overland Express (opposite, 
lower left) and Meisburg and Walters (lower 
right) were featured that Saturday night. 







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BIDS, BUDDIES AND BEER 





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Bid Day - one of the oddities of Beth- 
any. Between bids, tears, smiles, 
screams, laughter - and a lot of beer - 
the tension breaks and people are 
heard saying, "Yes, he really did pledge 
there!" It is a day mostly for celebra- 
tion - a few broken hearts do enter in 
the day of festivity, but they seem to 
get lost in the specialness of the occa- 
sion. 

Bid Day - one of the few days just for 
Greeks. Remember coming out of Phil- 
lips or Morlan, clutching a bid and 
searching frantically for those five 
members who were waiting anxiously 
too? And the houses become a beer 
bath of toasts and fraternity and sorori- 
ty cheers. 

Bid Day - try to explain it to someone 
who doesn't go to Bethany. It's one of 
those things where, "I guess you had 
to be there." 



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Festivals highlighting the regional 
flavor of the Arkansas Ozark Moun- 
tains and Barnesville, Ohio gave 
Bethany students the chance to 
taste cultures different from their 
own. 

The Ozark Festival featured a week- 
end of exhibitions of crafts, quilting 
and music, held in Irvin Gym. Satur- 
day and Sunday nights a concert 
was given by limmy Driftwood in 
Commencement Hall. 
Off-campus, some students traveled 
to Barnesville, Ohio the last week- 
end in September to witness the 
town's annual Pumpkin Festival. A 
parade, prizes for the largest pump- 
kin, tobacco chew and spit com- 
petitions were among the activities. 
The students also got to sample 
pumpkin flavored ice cream, dough- 
nuts, burgers, and of course, pump- 
kin pie. 
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LAST GASP GREETS SNOW 




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Finally, a Snow Carnival! But with a different name. The 
renamed, long awaited Snow Carnival, now called the Last 
Gasp of Winter, provided students with a day off from classes 
and fun in the snow. Snow sculpture competition, won by the 
Phi Kappa Taus and the Zeta Tau Alphas, was held in front 
and behind Old Main. Tug of war contests took place between 
the women on campus while the men's housing units faced 
off in snow football. The day's events were ended with WVBC 
providing dance music at the barn. 

By any name, the Last Gasp gave the students a break from 
classes without having to get an excused absence. 



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It took 75 hours, 10 players, tennis shoes, 
shorts, shirts and socks and endless dedica- 
tion by players and volunteers alike. And 
when it was over the members of Beta Theta 
Pi Fraternity had broken the "Guinness Book 
of World Records" for the longest basketball 
game ever played. But more important, their 
time and contributions collected helped 
those in need at the St. Vincent's Children's 
Home in Wheeling, WV and the School of 
Bright Promise in Steubenville, Ohio. 

The marathon was the brainchild of co- 
chairmen Steve Chernicky and Ira larvis. The 
players, without substitution, were allowed 
a five-minute break every hour. They were 
allowed to accumulate the breaks so as to 
have time to take showers, eat and sleep. 
The game was played as close to an actual 
game situation as possible with witnesses 
independent of the fraternity verifying the 
game. 

An estimated crowd of 500 people saw the 
final hour of one of the most dramatic 
events at school. 




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1977-78 OFFICERS 



STUDENT 
BOARD OF igi 



GOVERNORS gig 



Left to right: Diane Lewis - vice-president, Ray 
Homza - treasurer, Bitsy Hamilton - secretary, 
Mark Chernenko - president. 





Front row, left to right: Scarlett Foster - 
parliamentarian, Chip Young - secretary, 
Lynn Smith - vice-president, Frank Haas - 
president, Greg Hutchison — treasurer. Sec- 
ond row: Caryn Miller, Barb Burns, Christine 
Enzerra, Rhonda Anderson, Sue Gerhold, 
Robin Breithaupt, Julie Meehan, David Hor- 
ton, Charles Agbor, Walter Russo, Tim 
Sprague, Dan Martich. Third row: Dotty Voj- 



vodich, Marilyn Esposito, Lori Sarracino, 
Wend\ kuhn, loann Treumann, Cladia Gil- 
martin, Mike Shanaman, Fran Matthews, Phil 
Ruggieri, Scott Sunshine, Caryn Teutsch, Ke- 
vin kelhofer. Back row: Barry Boyd, Heather 
Trushel, Harold Miller, Karen Guida, Steve 
Burfield, Charlie Luceno, Dan Demeis, Bill 
Feeney, Bill Doughty, Les Beck, Kip Lewis, 
Tom McDowell. 



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STUDENT 
COURT 



Left to right: Tim Bird, Dan 
Bradley, Joyce Dumbaugh 
chief justice, Nancy 
McLaughlin, Gene Turley. 




RENNER 

UNION 

BOARD 



Front row, left to right: Tim Bird, Ken Zirm, Ira 
larvis, Paul McQuade, Charlie Luceno. Back row: 
loyce Dumbaugh, Ann Martino, Neil Nappi. 



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RESIDENT ASSISTANTS 




Front row, left to right: Neil Nappi, Charles Luceno, 
|im Regan, Brenda lennings, Doreen Trudeau, Bob 
Livingston. Back row: Faith Skowronski, Sara Wax- 



man, Nancy Douglas, Pete Masone, Donna Stader- 
man, Greg Warren, Kathy Roscoe, Rick Kenney, 
Evelyn Sanford. 



Front row, left to right: Nora Bonville, 
loanne I )a< uM lancl 1 1 >ng S< ai letl 
Foster, Faith Skowronski. Back row: |u- 



lianne O'Neil, Lynn Nakashian, Vicki 
Barkhurst, Beth Mayer. 




PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL 



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Front row, left to right: Janet Drogowski. Second row: |ill 
Heinrich, Penny Poirier. Third row: Kris Engum, Carol Prince. 
Fourth row: Michelle Schryver, Sherie Ryan. Back row: Melissa 
Kearney, Louise Reass. 



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CHEERLEADERS 



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WOMEN'S SOFTBALL CLUB 




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Left to right: Audrey Davis, leanie 
Ballard, Cathy Ragucci, loanne 
DiLeo, Carol Tozzo, Leslie Bertel, 
Cindy Marks, Sue Mapletoft, Soni 



Maxwell, Mary Stavish, Kathy 
Chadwick, Sue Brigham, Heather 
Hyde, Claudia Gilmartin, Coach 
Dennis Moore. 



Front row, left to right: Karen Well- 
ing, Tory Tolley, Diane Pfeil, lulie 
Meehan, Anne Schatz, Valerie Bello- 
tatto, Barb Burns. Second row: Kathy 
Tolley, Cindy Klump, Audrey Cehan, 
Kelcy Brooks, Penny Poirier, Coach 
Sally Dorwart. Third row: Gina 
Burns, Betsy Garcy, Millicent Con- 
nors, Carole Moeller, laeann Titus, 
Cindy Dignazio. Back row: Karen 
Repplier, Cindy Kaisand, Diane Fi- 
lippi, Valerie Morris, Shelley Wells, 
Diane Peer. 




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Front row, left to right: 
Dave Wittek, |ohn Klee- 
hammer, )im Crowther, 
Chris Von Hoffman, Frank 
Carney. Second row: Bill 
Korn, Chris Payne, Dave 
Cottington, Rex lohnson, 
Drew McConaghy, Ian 
Armstrong, Larry Altmann. 
Third row: Scott Brooks, 
Coach Paul Chewning, 
Steve Chernicky, Scott Lit- 
chard, Dave Otto, |eff 
Namy, Bob Livingston, 
Andy Railing, Ira Gold- 
berg, Chris Matthai. 



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CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 





Lett to right: Nina McGowan, McKitrick, Rebecca Albert, lane 

Leonora Cayard, Kitrine Orbel, Claudia Colnar. 



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Front row, left to right: Marcia Elrod, Sarah 
Bunkley, Gary Schoonover, Tim Bartlett, Dr. 
Albert R. De\ aul. Second row: losette Ci- 
cone, Gordon Anderson, Mark Wilcox, Sha- 



ron Patterson, Eluid Gautier, Harry Kiskad- 
don, Darrell Yandervolt. Back row: Matt 
Lucas, lackie Heaton. 



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MADRIGAL CHOIR 




Front row, left to right: William 
Fung, Tina Craft, Bill Crosbie, 
Mettelise Fjaere, Keith Sabella. 
Second row: )ohn Lau, | u lie 



O'Neil, Mary Carter, Randy Clay. 
Back row: |anet Long, Susan 
Stadtler, Joanne Daoust. 




Front row, left to right: Bill Crosbie, Lee 
Mercer, Beth Penfield, Mettelise Fjaere, 
Donna Cassarino, Lisa Heiart, Marcia El- 
rod, Kevin Sheldon, William Fung. Sec- 
ond row: Rene Latoni, Mark Deets, John 
Lau, Tina Craft, Lynn Waltz, Mary Carter, 



Becky Wright, Randy Clay, Frank Merry- 
man, Martin Field. Third row: Cathy 
Dougherty, Julie O'Neil, Christy Le|acq, 
Patty Range. Back row: lanet Long, 
Joanne Daoust, Susan Stadtler, Arlene 
Rodrequez. 



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AGAPE 



I ront row, leit to right: Ru hard 
lones. Colleen Be. idling, Ann Ham- 
ilh hi I-: . ■ r i . • I , ili mi Sue ( ic\ k-i Chris 
Enzerra, Lynne Morgan, |oann Treu- 
mann, Beth I'entieki, Laura Bidwell, 
Nina Schrolh, Tim Sprague, Marie 
Pierremonl, Ruth Ball, Sarclis Men- 
clez. Back row: Eric Latoni, Adolfo 
Araya, John Wylie, Eliud Cautier, 
Phil Whipple, Mary |ones, Sonya 
Rodriguez, |uan Rodriguez, Mark 
Deets, Mary Tate, 





Front row, left to right: Lynne Morgan, Tim Sprague. Back 
row: Rich Jones, Rene Latoni, |ohn Wylie, Ann Hamilton. 



Left to right: |eri Welsh, Colleen 
Beadling, Chris Seance, Cindy Dodd, 
Margaret Lea Warner. 




CLEW 



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Front row, left to right: Dotty Vojvodich. Back row: |ona- 
than Lamb, Dave Horton, Charles Barash, Patty Brunt, lennie 
Maurer, Bruce Batchelder. 




SATURDAY 
SCHOOL 




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Front row, left to right: |ohn Wylie, Ann Hamilton, lonathan 
Lamb. Back row: Kevan Frye, Bruce Brothis. 



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arry Mainzer, Marc 



Chernenko, Scott Sunshine, Chuck 
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Front row, left to right: losette Cicone, Me- 
linda Elliot, Barrie Lowman, Frank Trupo, 
Bruce Blank. Second row: William Fung, 
Walter Russo, )oe Dye, |eri Welsh, Tom An- 



derson, Lori Dragonir. Third row: Dominic 
Colarusso, Chuck Barash, Ron Lobatti. Back 
row: Dr. Larry Houts, Dr. Albert R. Buck- 
elew, Tom Shields. 



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FRENCH 




Front row, left to right: Dr. Pauline Nelson, Sarah 
Wolford, Diana Preli, Sharon Patterson. Second 
row: Heather Trushel, Dot Vojvodich, Jeannette 
Stubbs, Lori Sarracino, Carole Samson, Kevin Dy- 
kema, Betty ]eanty. Back row: Pam Peterson, Gail 
Greenleaf, Margalea Warner, Lee Ann Pierce, Lar- 
ry Meltzer, Karen Woodworth, Beth Cu! lis. 



GERMAN 




Front row, left to right: Debbie Oakley, Steve Bond. 
Second row: Dr. Leonora Cayard, Caryn Teutsch. Third 
row: Christie Le|acq, Debbie Burns, ]anet Long, Lilyan 
Gederberg, Cindy McElroy, Glenn Gawronski. 




SPANISH 



Front row, left to right: Mary Yee, 
Andy Wessels, Mike Laughner, 
Sam Bateman. Second row: Beth 
Acker, Carole Samson, Sue Brett, 
Gail Greenleaf, Mike Gramigna, 
Mrs. Marjorie Carty. Back row: 
locelyn Crider, Sardis Mendes, 
Glyna Snapp, Maureen Greene, 
loann DiLeo, Susan Harmon, Dr. 
Santiago Garcia. 



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PHYSICS CLUB 




Front row, left to right: Rick Ayer, Frank 
Merryman, Mark Schmidt, Fred Phelleps, 
Doug Pfendler, Dr. William Hudnall, Har- 



old Miller, )ennie Maurer, Ralph Artuso, 
Debbie Scheirer. 



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Front row, left to right: Ralph Artuso, 
loanne DiLeo, George Kellas, Dr. David 
Brown, Bonnie Hewitt. Back row: Frank 



Merryman, Fred Phelleps, Ken lacobs, 
Doug Pfendler, Mark Schmidt. 



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BETHANIAN 




Front row, left to right: 
Frank Merryman, Bill 
Fung, Patty Schodder, 
Mary Beth Miller. Back 
row: Kristen Cady, Bil- 
lie Schrecker, Doug 
Pfendler, |ohn Lau, 
Scarlett Foster. 




Front row, left to right: Patty 
Schodder, Louise Reass, Billie 
Schrecker, Kim Parti, Mary Beth 
Miller, Terri Wallace. Second row: 



Rachel Long, Diana Preli, Dave 
McDonnell, Scarlett Foster. Back 
row: Beth Grace, Ira larvis, Rick 
Kenney. 




Lynn Nakashian — Editor 



TOWER 



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FOLIO 



Left to right: Diane Lewis, Lynn 
Nakashian, Scarlett Foster, Los- 
lie Lomasson, leffrey Seglin, 
Kathleen Kane, krisien Cacly. 

Deb Pyle. 




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Lett to right: Mack Vak- 
sman, |ohn Alfred, Dave 
Hills, Paul Ramano, 
Claudia Gilmartin, Len 
Laabs, Ken Anderson, 
Dave Spizale, Dave 
Home, Paul McKay. 





Left to right: Donna Staderman, Mrs. Marjorie Carty, |eri Evans, 
Glen Gawronski, Gail Greenleaf, Cindy McElroy. 



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HARBINGER 




Left to right: Frank Merryman, Linda Unger, Kathleen Kane, Mary )ones, Andrea 
Rock, Jeffrey Seglin. 




WVBC 



Front row, left to right: 
Steve Coe, Chris Moore, 
Karen Olsen, Sharon Pat- 
terson, Scott Eisenlohr, 
Kurt Franck, Julie O'Neil, 
Darrell Vandervolt, Vickie 
Barkhurst. Second row: 
Gary Schoonover, Rich 
Foge, |im Kinghorn, Mark 
Wilcox, Patty Schodder, 
Marilyn Esposito, |im 
Rice. Back row: Mr. |im 
Humes, Gordon Ander- 
son, Debbie Oakley, Beth 
Grace, Pete Jensen. 



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Front row, left to right: Mark Schmidt, Jeffrey Seglin. Back row: 
Jonathan Lamb, Marc Chernenko. 



GAMMA SIGMA KAPPA 




Front row, left to right: Kevan Frye, Jeff Wheeler, Dave 



McDonnell, Dave Horton, Dave Hills. Back row: lanet 
Long, Kim Parti. 



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OMICRON 

DELTA 

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ECONOMICS 



Left to right: Dave Horton, Sam De- 
Bone, Tony Mourkas, Rich Manypenny. 



KAPPA 

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MATH 



Left to right: Dr. David T. Brown, Doug 
Pfendler, loanne DiLeo, David Horton. 
Back row: Frank Merryman, Dr. |ohn 
M. Atkins. 



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LITERATURE 

LAMBDA IOTA TAU 



Front row, left to right: Ken Zirm, Billie 
Schrecker, Lori Sarracino, Cindy Dodd, 
Linda Unger. Second row: Sarah Bunkley, 
Kim Parti. Third row: Rich Williams, Dave 
McDonnell, Ira larvis, lonathan Lamb, Sue 
Harman, Diana Dulaney. Back row: |anet 
Long, Jeffrey Seglin, Marc Runyon, Mike 
Laughner, David Horton, Bob Shaw. 




Front row, left to right: Billie 
Schrecker, Ira larvis, Marc 
Chernenko, Karen Olsen. 
Back row: Rich lackson, |im 
Kinghorn, Leslie Bertel, Cin- 
dy McElroy, Mary Beth Mill- 
er, Harry Mainzer, Lori Sarra- 
cino, Dave McDonnell, 
Diane Lewis, left Seglin, Lar- 
ry Whitman, Maggie Wi- 
nans. 




PI DELTA EPSILON 

JOURNALISM 



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Front row, left to right: Ann Martino, Penny Poirier, Alison Evans, Ann Hamilton. Back row: 
Mike Wisell. 







KAPPA 
PI 

ART 



Left to right: |oann Cacchio, Frances McDormand, Sara Waxman, Brian Ross, Sarah Bunkley, Mary Pat Millea. 




ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

DRAMATICS 



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FOOTBALL 




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Front row, left to right: Head Coach Don Ault, Butch 
Molbrough, Kelly Martin Chuck Grosso, Bruce Camp- 
bell, Paul Roscoe, Vince Distazio, Carl Clemens, Phil 
Linton, George Davis, Dennis Czarnecki, Ed Remus, 
|ohn lanigro, Coach Mike Sherwood, Trainer Bill Bein- 
brech. Second row: Coach |ohn Pope, Greg Hutchison, 
Jeff Severino, Bill Wright, Bill Kiser, Rick Villani, Scott 
Lanz, Mark Genard, Mark Sniegocki, Don Morehouse, 
Howard Townsend, Rex Johnson, Tom Emery, Tony 
Beachum, Mike Murphy, Coach Al Cardamone. Third 
row: Coach Barry McCoy, John Tritschler, Greg Ula- 



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14 

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7 
3 
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16 C 
7 

6 W. 
7 



Grove Cily 

Carnegie-Mellon 

Allegheny 

Thiel 

John Carroll 

Case Western Reserve 

Westminster 




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siewicz, Jeff Faust, Scott Devenny, Jamie Trainor, Dale 
Grosso, Tom Denne, Bill Gordon, Doug Owens, Pat 
Niles, Greg Jordan, John Shope. Fourth row: Gary 
Hammond, Bill Salvo, Russ Stec, Mike Mari, Ray Ab- 
biatici, James Omslaer, John Shields, Joe Shuman, Ron 
Strobel, Dave Rasicci, Lee Frankhouser, Doug Cam- 
eron, Dave Collins. Back row: Rick Gacek, Jeff Beer, 
Chris Payne, Dave Petrel, Denny Williams, Ray Nola, 
Todd Williams, Dave Priore, Jerry Dugan, Mike Weav- 
er, |im Shawl, Paul Capuano, Gary Frankhouser. 




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CARL CLEMENS ALL-PAC TIGHTEND 






SCOTT LANZ ALL-AMERICAN PUNTER 



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Lite \ugust ... hot and humid ... 3-a-days 
. . . late dinners . . . sprints . . . chalk talks 
hamburger drills . . . large Irexhman class . . . 
scrimmages . . . seeing films . . . 4th quarter 
. . . monkey rolls . . . lines . . . meetings . . . 
season opener against Grove City . . . Sports 
Illustrated article . . . close games ... in- 
experience . . . quiet bus rides home . . . re- 
building for the future . . . three runs into 
the line and a cloud of dust . . . punt . . . 




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Scott Lanz . . . NCAA Division III All-Ameri- 
can . . . 43.9 average . . . Hutch tackles Sev- 
erino . . . GBD Grosso . . . defense on the 
field again! . . . playing in the mud . . . slapp- 
ing helmets . . . Carl Clemens All PAC . . . 
Vince Distazio ... second team all PAC ... 
victories over |ohn Carroll, Case Western 
Reserve and Notre Dame . . . Seniors scrim- 
mage with coaches . . . Seniors bag of dirt 
. . . We'll get 'em next year! 




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SOCCER 




Front row, left to right; Baba Salia, lames Rue, Bob Hill, 
Jim Regan, Jack Mackhouse, Mikey Zebrine, Larry Alt- 
mann, Dominic Colarusso, Jim Hoyt, Vaios Mavides. 
Second row: Coach John Cunningham, Matt O'Shea, 
Les Beck, Ron Mounts, Charles Agbor, Dave Otto, John 
Sholhead, Danny Dunmyer, Mark Eckert, Lucio Mar- 



ques, Dave Shapiro, Tim Paulus, Sue Gerhold. Third 
row: Craig Ligget, Mike Gramigna, Andy Railing, Russ 
Onofrio, John Kleehammer, Bill Feeney, Walter Osula, 
Vern Ticknor, David VonSalis, John Kelly, Ted DeSeld- 
ing, John Plagens, Gil Fezer, Jim Gehling, Kevin Gallag- 
her. 





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3 



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11 
1 
3 
1 
1 
4 
4 
2 
1 




Pitt 

W&J 

Hiram 

Marietta 

CMU 

WV Wesleyan 

WVU 

West Lib 

John Carroll 

Case 
Grove City 
Allegheny 




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The soccer team puts it .ill to- 
gether ... PAC champs ... 9- 1 -2 
... a fine well-balanced team . . . 
depth . . . leadership ... 4 out- 
standing sennas . \gbor, Ma< k 
ouse, Mtmann, Colarusso ... No 
goal /ebrine . . . all conference for 
past two years . . . super mid-field 
. . . determination . . . expanded 
schedule ... Put, W.V.U., and 
Grove City . . . fan support . . . 5rd 
string scum . . . whipping West 
Lib . . . foreigners and Americans 
working together . . . injury-free 
season . . . "Tokyo Shapiro" . . . 
freshman lettermen . . . Schultzie 
, . . the redheaded kid with the 
beard from New lersey . . . "Jack, 
stop the van" ... Choo-choo 
Charlie . . . winning in Pitt Stadi- 
um . . . "Let's see if we can out- 
score the football team again this 
week" . . . 





NCAA Division III frustration ... filling 
the All-PAC team . . . Head Coach |ohn 
Cunningham . . . help from |im Gehling 
and Dennis Moore . . . Sue Gerhold — 
stats . . . Craig Ligget - equipment . . . 
Kevin Gallagher — trainer . . . over- 
nights . . . total team effort . . . for an 
outstanding season. 




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FIELD 
HOCKEY 

Front row, left to right: Sue Mapletoft, 
Coach Sally Dorwart, Alison Evans. Second 
row: lenny Santore, Raenn Morgan, Carol 
Tozzo, Amy Day, (ill Embersits, Mil Connor. 
Third row: Barb Burns, Debbie Scheirer, 
Wendy Cole, Michele Armstrong, Cindy 
Dignazio, Diane Thompson. Back row: Linde 
Hardy, Laura Lowe. 







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a young team ... 5 seniors . . . Jill's 
offsides . . . Muskingum — sister against 
sister . . . CMU's postage stamp field . . . 
backgammon in the van . . . Wendy's 
scoring attempt . . . Freshmen potential 
. . . Sue and Mil score 13 goals apiece 
. . . "only the tough survive" . . . over- 
whelming fan support playing at the 
Coal Bowl . . . Amy clicking her heels . . . 
steak dinner at Sally's ... a great way 
to end a great season . . . 



BETHANY VISITOR 




2 Marietta 




1 CMU 




11 W&J 




1 WV Wesleyan 




4 CMU 




Davis & Elkins 9 




3 Muskingum 2 


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Pennwood West Conference champs ... 8-1 ... Sally Dorwart's first 
year as head coach . . . working as a team . . . long hot practices . . . 
high scoring offense ... blocking shots ... the coneheads ... the 
travesty at Davis & Elkins ... shoutouts, shoutouts, shoutouts ... 
switch . . . 



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Fresh, young team . . . great freshmen po- 
tential . . . building, striving, winning . . . 
team joins the Pennwood West 
Conference . . . rough competition . . . 
"We can do it" . . . 3-5 p.m. everyday . . . 
Captain Sue Haley . . . tough at 3rd singles 
. . . Sue Brett and Cindy Marks freshmen 
playing first and second singles . . . only 
one senior ... Ann's long games ... 
Brett's serve . . . 



BETHANY VISITOR 

2 West Liberty 5 

WV Weslyan 

Wheeling 

California St. 

CMU 

Marietta 

West Liberty 

Geneva 

Wheeling 

Slippery Rock 

California St. 






Left to right: Maureen Green, Beth Van Riper, Teryl Berriman, Kim 
Shontz, Sue Haley, Sue Brett, Shelley Alteria, Lynda Kelsesky, Cindy 
Marks, Coach Eileen McElroy. 



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Dave Wottle's first year as Bison 
coach ... a building year ... a year 
of learning ... a year of survival . . . 
Tri-meets . . . Out of gas . . . Peterson 
comes in first ... Walt Russo - the 
only returnee this year . . . injured 
again, Allred ... 12 miles a day ... 
Blazing Blaner and Pete Fraiman . . . 
First time competitors . . . grunt, 
sweat, strain . . . inexperienced and 
young . . . 2-a-days . . . victories over 
Allegheny, W&|, Geneva and Thiel 
. . . Harriers . . . 



CROSS COUNTRY 




Front row, left to right: Steve Pe- 
terson, Pete Fraiman, Aaron Al- 
lred. Back row: |ohn Alexander, 



Walter Russo, Dave Blaner, 
Quinn, Coach Dave Wottle. 



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27 
30 
26 
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29 
48 
27 
32 
49 



CMU 

Allegheny 

Duquesne 

Geneva 

Westminster 

John Carroll 

Hiram 
Grove City 

W&J 

California St. 

Case Western 

Reserve 



VISITOR 
16 
2') 
25 
29 
23 
17 
27 
1 5 
30 
23 
15 







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BETHANY 




VISITOR 


82 




Geneva 




66 


62 




Marietta 




74 


79 




Waynesburg 




63 


55 




Westminster 




87 


68 




Denison 




58 


100 




Mt. Union 




84 


74 




Urbana 




58 


82 




Allegheny 




67 


97 


Case Western Reserve 


83 


71 




Thiel 




65 


89 




John Carroll 




67 


98 




W&J 




70 


44 




Hiram 




42 


61 




CMU 




73 


85 


Case Western Reserve 


74 


87 




Allegheny 




94 


103 




John Carroll 




68 


68 




Thiel 




66 


56 




Hiram 




38 


36 




W&J 




34 


84 




CMU 




82 




NCAA TOURNAMENT 




70 




Rose-Hulman 




68 


74 




Albion 




91 






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The most improved basketball team in 
the nation . . . surprising Bethany, from 
3-18 to 18-5 ... first PAC title in 10 
years ... tie for most wins in a Bison 
season . . . undefeated at home . . . 
. . . one hand bandit . . . the season 
starts . . . winning record in December 
(3-2) . . . Bisons win Mt. Union Tourna- 
ment . . . Kendall Hayes - All Tourna- 
ment . . . Dulkowski's two from the 
Twilight Zone . . . undefeated in |anu- 
ary . . . Winovich's slam dunk climaxes 
a 100-point effort against |ohn Carroll 
...a 56-38 victory against Hiram on 
Parent's Day ... foul shots pull Beth- 
any through . . . overtime victory over 
W&| ... Bisons clinch PAC title ... 
Another game, another hero ... the 
bench comes through once again . . . 
here comes CMU . . . Dulkowski's Pol- 
ish Army ... fans "RATTLE" CMU ... 
Bisons win PAC title (84-82) over CM 
who? . . . 




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I ront row, left to right: 
Kendall Hayes, Greg Dul- 
kovvski, Fran Haus, Scott 
Thompson, Steve Zsigray. 
Back row: Craig Carse, Brian 
Zimmer, Fred Congola, |im 
Stumph, Pete Winovich, 
Dave Sowards, Armand Na- 
tili, Greg Fenton, Coach 
lames Dafler. 




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Field house erupts with excitement as 
Kendall Hayes' free throws send Bisons 
on to the NCAA Division III play-offs! . . . 
"We are the Champions" . . . flying the 
big bird to Terre Haute, Indiana ... un- 
derdogs of the tournament . . . 





72 








Zsig hits jumper with 3 seconds left as Bisons prove 
critics wrong by defeating Rose-Hulman, . . Beth- 
any - first PAC team to win a game in the NCAA 
Tournament . . . Bisons lose a tough one to Albion 
in the finals . . . Dafler named PAC "Coach of the 
Year" . . . Greg Dulkowski named to first-team All- 
PAC ... Fran Haus and Scott Thompson named to 
second team All-PAC ... Kendall Hayes - Honor- 
able Mention . . . Nobody does it better . . 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



Snow cancellations . . . freezing 

v,\ ins . . . no towels . . . CMU 
win . . . Uncle's shin splints . . . 
S( reaming victory over Carlow 
< nllege High scoring Chris 

. . . on court tights against Rob- 
ert Morris ... a learning ex- 
perience against Duquesne ... 
Chris' tying basket . . . The 
Diane-Sue combo . . . it's the 
last live games — always . . . 4-9 
season . . . 2-5 conference . . . 
plays, plays, plays . . . 







the flu strikes again . . . final 
party at Bubba's . . . missed 
seniors . . . sour cream spe- 
cial . . . but the team will 
pick up the slack . . . 



BETHANY 
36 

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17 
44 
51 
57 
!() 
46 
J 5 
50 
59 
47 
57 



Steubenville 

West Liberty 

Geneva 

Wheeling 

Robert Morris 

Wheeling 

W&J 

Steubenville 

Duquesne 

Carlow 

Marietta 

CMU 

W&J 



VISITOR 
45 
61 
69 
60 
62 
52 
51 
49 
74 
43 
47 
46 
60 






Front row, left to right: Scarlett Foster, Karen Repplier, Linda 
Hardy, Maureen Green, Kris Schwertfeger, Soni Maxwell. Back 
row: Beth Mitchell, Leslie Bertel, Diane Thompson, Coach 
Eileen McElroy, Dave Clark, Sue Mapletoft, Pat Richards. 



74 





Front row, left to right: Sue Williams, Cindy Dignazio, Sheila 
Baskett, Lilyan Gederberg. Back row: Steve Kline, Steve 
Ebbets, George Couch, Mike Angelo, Eric Schult, Kurt Frank, 
Steve Burnfield, Gary Cah ill, |ohn Serra. 



Captain's practices . . . Bubble-Yum 
. . . Holiday Hotel and Bath Club . . . 
Not another 10,000 yard day ... 
Flame Brain and Bahama Mama . . . 
carbohydrate diets . . . 




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40 


Grove City 


62 


45 


Case Western 
Reserve 


67 


45 


Muskingum 


62 


40 


Allegheny 


67 


32 


CMU 


76 


29 


Morris Harvey 


70 


46 


Hiram 


56 


38 


Westminster 


48 


33 


John Carroll 


63 


36 


W&J 


67 


Morris 


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PAC's - 7th Place 


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Kurt Frank's school record in the 500 freestyle . . . small but 
close team . . . "How can you win but still lose (team) at the 
same time?" . . . Sheila's win in the 500 yard freestyle . . . 0- 
10 . . . Morris Harvey Relays . . . Mike qualifies for Nationals 
. . . Improved individual teams . . . 





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WRESTLING 



Cutting weight . . . heartbreak . . . Coach 
says, "Where are all the wrestlers on 
campus?" . . . Wrestlers say, "Where's the 
coach?" ... "I don't want to get killed!" 
. . . Big Yella and Bernard . . . the agony of 
defeat ... You weigh MOW MUCH? ... 
Full page ad in Bethany Tower: Wanted: 
Wrestling Coach, NO EXPERIENCE NEC- 
ESSARY . . . West Lib. Tourn. - 9th Place 
. . . PAC's 8th Place . . . Are Bethany wres- 
tlers a dying breed? . . . 






BETHANY 


VISITOR 




Marietta 


30 




9 John Carroll 


54 




10 Case Western 


35 




Reserve 






9 Grove City 


45 




W&J 


54 




12 Malone 


45 




Thiel 


54 




Hiram 


55 










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Front row, left to right: |oel Shuman, Harold Miller, Vern Tichnor, 
Greg McCullough. Back row: Doug Pfendler, Ray Abbiatici, Gil 
Fezer, Coach Mike Sherwood, Coach )oe Pinkney. 



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VOLLEYBALL 




A lot of new faces ... A short but full 
season . . . skilled returning lettermen . . . 
video taped win over West Liberty . . . 
Val's serve . . . Robert Morris Marathon . . . 
illegal substitutes . . . strong bench sup- 
port . . . again finding the right size sweats 



BETHANY 


VISITOR 




3 West Liberty 
Fairmont 


1 
3 




Waynesburg 

1 CMU 


2 
2 




W&j 
California St. 
2 Robert Morris 


2 
3 
3 




St. Francis 


3 




Waynesburg 
3 Point Park 


3 





Duquesne 
2 West Liberty 
2 Marietta 


2 
1 





3 Carlow 


1 




3 W&J 
2 Geneva 
1 Seton Hill 



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F r ont row, left to right: Amy Richardson, 
)ody Densberger, Jill Embersits, Diane 
Pfeil, Soni Maxwell, Connie Carpenter, 
Back row: Diane Thompson, Sardis Men- 



dez, Barb Otway, Sue High, Amy Day, 
Kathy Talley, Valerie Morris, Sue Brett, Pat 
White, Manager Cindy Marks, Coach Sally 
Dorwart. 



Diane's saves . . . tour- 
nament at W&| ... al- 
most beating Geneva 
. . . Linda's fan support 
. . . |ody and the spike 
in the face . . . set, 
bump, spike ... Mil's 
composure and lead- 
ership . . . Amy's black 
eye . . . Volleyball party 
and two day recovery 
period . . . future po- 
tential . . . 



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The greatest ... the whip ... Dr. 
Dink ... Hooty-Hoot ... a great 
comeback after a poor start ... a 
young pitching staff that matured 
. . . home run derby . . . "That's why 
baseball's a very funny game" ... no 
practice today . . . grounders on the 
gym floor ... $4.00 limit ... Perkins 
. . . wipe the blood off . . . bandaged 
ball ... an NCAA record ... 42 hits 
in a double-header by one team . . . 
Bethany bats around twice in one 
inning against Thiel . . . Angus' two 
outs in one inning . . . 






78 




Front row, left to right: Tim Bird, Scott Lanz. 
Second row: )oe Milde, |im Steiger, Rick Zar- 
noch, Dave Jabonowski, P.J. Martin, Bob 
McCann, Mike Mari, Matt O'Shea, Larry Kac- 
zmarek, Gary Frankhouser, Coach Dave Hutter. 



Back row: Jay Outland, Ray Homza, Doug 
Owens, Jay Angus, Gary Hughes, Bill Moore, 
Steve Zsigray, Dennis Ranson, Fran Haus, Joe 
Farrell, Fred Gongola, John Symanski. 





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Grove City 


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3rd place, PAC's . . . 
(.306) Team Batting 
Average . . . Farrell's 
.539 batting aver- 
age, Gongola's .417 
average, and Jabo's 
.416 average . . . Bill 
Moore leads the 
staff with a 3-1 
record and 28 stri- 
keouts in 26 in- 
nings, John Sym- 
anski (3-3), Steve 
Zsigray (3-2) round 
out the pitching 
staff . . . 



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Front row, left to right: Scotty Wottle, Dave 
Blanor, Pete Fraiman, |im Shawl, W.nk 
Schmidt, Steve Peterson, Tony Beachum, |oe 
Imbacz, Dave Gunclling, Kip Lewis. Back 
row: Coach Dave Wottle, Pat Niles, Mat 
Montgomery, Rick Manypenny, Mark 
Stoeckle, |ohn Quinn, John Widmann, )ohn 
Alexander, Dennis Mingyar, Rick Villani, 
Mark Scorpion. 




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Workouts in Irvin Gym . . . "Be 
a competitor" ... Indoors at 
Ashland and Slippery Rock ... 
Allegheny and Case away . . . 
two minute half ... Denny M 
... No sweats . . . PAC's in the 
rain: Bethany or Wheeling? . . . 
team meetings . . . "two misses 
and you're out" . . . Tony Bea- 
chum Day! ... Circuit training 
. . . name that tune . . . hey, 
who's running the relay? . . . 
good sprint relay . . . Where's 
Scotty? . . . Scorp's van . . . Bub- 
ba's shotput . . . Who wins the 
dead frog? . . . Manypenny's 
first at PAC's . . . Villani's super 
javelin . . . "Don't rig" . . . Wid- 
man's shotput through the 
window . . . 





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VISITOR 




69 


John Carroll 


74 




78 


Thiel 


52 




78 
74 
50 
38 


Geneva 

CMU 

Grove City 

Allegheny 


56 
70 
95 
105 




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Case Western 
Reserve 


113 




98 
61 


W&J 

Hiram 


47 
80 


57 


West Liberty 


88 


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workouts on 67 . . . Villani's speeding ticket ... 10 
easy miles ... brisk ... easy ... good ... hard ... 
Run through the finish . . . Blaner's 4th and 
Schmidt's 3rd at PAC's . . . Mingyar dive . . . how can 
you follow that? ... 6th place at PAC's . . . 




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TENNIS 



Running on empty . . . Sunrise Service . . . Boca Teeca . . . 
Zen & Zurp ... a team without home courts ... a 
hundred hours in a van . . . the fearless freshmen . . . "It 
was in but I didn't feel like playing anymore" ... Is that 
the Doobs? . . . "Bruce bent his knees" . . . Crown Lounge 
— 2 for I . . . Hey, Buck . . . Co-captains - Hayes and Zirm 
, . . Burnby, Carla and Hutch — our loyal fans . . . Wham! 









Front row, left to right: Chris Moore, )eff Miller, Bruce 
Brothis. Back row: Keith Todd, Dave Hayes, Mark 
Hayes, Ken Zirm, Tim Timmons, Andy Feierstein, 
Coach Joe Kurey. 



BETHANY VISITOR 

3 Robert Morris 6 

Case Western Reserve 9 
9 Hiram 
6 W&j 3 

1 Allegheny 8 

2 Carnegie Mellon 7 
6 Geneva 
2 Thiel 7 

2 Marietta 7 

3 John Carroll 6 

4 Grove City 5 




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Long hours on the course ... 13 strikes on one hole ... in the water 

again ... in the sand again ... why won't it hit some land? ... 

Oh!?!, my swings off again ... aw, hit a house ... get leg's ball . . 

Carol Groat, first woman golfer in PAC history ... "Use your 

imagination, all right?" ... "I smacked that thing" ... not enough 

golfers . . . beautiful Speidel course - the best . . . bad weather . . . 

winless ... not much practice . . . PAC's at Thiel . . . golf banquet . . . ^^ ^^^ 

"Do your best and have a good round" ... lost golf balls ... M # || |_ 

Howie's short drive . . . Todd Shatters his drive ... We had fun! . . . VJ V-/ L. I 




Adlf 








Left to right: Todd Williams, Howard Townsend, Carol Groat, 
Kevin Blackwell, Dave Jackfert, Coach Don Ault. 





BETHANY 


VISITOR 




154 


W&J 


146 




152 


California St. 


410 




448 


Duquesne 


414 




448 


Case Western 
Reserve 


438 




446 


Marietta 


443 




437 


John Carroll 


429 




457 


Hiram 


452 




453 


Westminster 


448 




454 


W&J 


425 




— 


CMU 


420 




- 


Allegheny 


390 


JU 


459 


Waynesburg 


448 


7ass =^ 


o // — 


^^^ 






f. C. !A 


dry.*.* 



83 



INTRAMURALS 







FOOTBALL 








W 


L 


T 


Sig 


11 








Beta 


9 


1 


1 


Delt 


8 


2 


1 


SAE 


7 


4 





KA 


6 


4 


1 


Phi Tau 


6 


5 





Alpha Sig 


5 


6 





Woolery 


I 


6 


1 


Morlan 


1 


8 










BOWLING 


Total Pins 


Beta 






1774 


Sig 






1736 


Phi Tau 






1674 


Delt 




High Scores 


1585 


Morehouse 


- Beta 


566 


Mainzer 


- 


Phi Tau 


500 


Ralls - S 


g 




485 


Humes - 


■ s 


g 


454 




84 



CROSS COUNTRY 

Beta 16 

Phi Tau 52 






PING PONG 


First Singles 


Second Singles 


Meyer — Delt 


Young — Beta 


Schmidt — Beta 


Clay — Phi Tau 


Team 


Doubles 


Delt 


Delt 


Phi Tau 


Phi Tau 


Beta 




Alpha Sig 







VOLLEYBALL 










W 


L 


Beta 




8 
8 


1 
1 


KA 




6 


3 


Alpha Sig 
Phi Tau 




6 
6 
W 


3 
3 
L 


Delt 




4 


5 


Morlan S. 




4 


5 


SAE 




2 


7 


M&M 




1 


8 


Overflow 




I 


8 



85 




. ,...; 



L3MBEE 






BASKETBALL 




"A" Team 




"B" Team 


Beta 




Beta 


Sig 




Alpha Sig 


Delt 




s>g 


Faculty 




SAE 


Overflow 




Delt 


SAE 




Woolery 


KA 




Overflow 


Phi Tau 




KA 





WRESTLING 


KA 




68 




Sig 




44 




Beta 




42 




Alpha Sig 




37 




SAE 




34 




Delt 




lo 




Phi Tau 




5 




Champion 




Runner-up 


137 class - 


Arikian - 


SAE 


Boehm — Alpha Sig 


145 class — 


Artuso — 


KA 


Ebbets - Delt 


152 class — 


Kel hotter 


- Beta 


Ford -IKA 


160 class - 


loust - KA 


Humes — Sig 


167 class - 


Ligget - 


KA 


Slabaugh — Alpha Sig 


177 class - 


Bazzano 


"Sig 


Gallignani - Alpha Sig 


191 class - 


Tritschler 


-Sig 


Namy — Beta 


Unlimited 


— Collins 


- KA 


Collins, Dave — Beta 




86 








GOLF 




Beta 344 




KA 410 


Sig 392 




SAE 486 


Delt 396 









SWIMMING 




Sig 


71 


200 Medley Rel 


»y 


Beta 


52 


S'g 


2 


10.36 


SAE 


33 


Alpha Sig 


2 


12.83 


KA 


33 


KA 


2 


25.40 


Delt 


1 8 


SAE 


2 


26.05 


Phi Tau 


5 


Beta 


2 


27.89 


Woolery 


3 






Overflow 


1 


200 Freestyle 








Forrest — Sig 


2 


15.98 


50 Freestyle 




Meyer — Delt 


2 


39.75 


Aronson — Sig 


25.68 


Fenton — Beta 


3 


01.84 


Furlong — KA 


25.95 






Cullum - Sig 


26.89 


Diving 

Halter - SAE 




100 I.M. 




Hammond — Beta 




Forrest — Sig 


1:04.32 


Wilcox - Phi Tau 




Furlong — KA 


1:10.34 






Wittek - Alpha Sig 


1:19.67 


50 Backstroke 








Aronson — Sig 


30.46 


50 Breaststroke 


Stone - SAE 


33.94 


Meyer — Delt 


34:47 


Whitman - SAE 


34.59 


Mourkas — Phi Tau 


37:32 






Gagan — KA 


38:77 


200 Free Relay 








Sig 


1:45.61 


50 Butterfly 




Beta 


2:02.58 


Amerman — Alpha S 


g 28:57 


SAE 


2:02.58 


Milde — Sig 


28.69 


Delt 


2:07.25 


Roscoe — Beta 


29.58 


KA 


2:09.89 



87 



illiOI HI HI IH 







TRACK 




Sig 


94 


120 Yard Low Hurdl 


es 


Beta 


44 


Severino — Sig 


15.2 


Phi Tau 


42 


Williams - Beta 


16.0 


KA 


14 


Dunmyer — KA 


16.5 


Woolery 


32 


Taylor — Alpha Sig 


17.2 


Alpha Sig 


29 


Nicely — Phi Tau 


19.8 


Delt 


20 


440 Yard Dash 




440 Yard Relay 




McConaghy — KA 


54.7 


Sig 


48.63 


Sholhead - Sig 


56.7 


Phi Tau 


49.55 


Ulasiewicz — Woolery 


56.8 


Beta 


50.82 


Meyer — Delt 


58.6 






Shult - Delt 


59.8 


100 Yard Dash 








Hutchinson — Sig 


1 1 .00 


50 Yard Dash 




Grosso — Sig 


11.10 


McConaghy - KA 


5.8 


Fung — Phi Tau 


11.40 


Lane — Phi Tau 


6.1 


Hayes — Alpha Sig 


11.45 


Fung — Phi Tau 


6.2 


Turley — Delt 


11.50 


Tritschler - Sig 


6.3 


220 Yard Dash 




880 Yard Run 




Hutchinson - Sig 


25.0 


Plagens — Woolery 


2:14.0 


Bergman — Phi Tau 


25.9 


Meyer — Delt 


2:14.3 


Ulasiewicz — Woolery 


26.2 


Natili — Woolery 


2:16.1 


Turley — Delt 


26.5 


Cameron — Beta 


1:16.6 



RACQUETBALL 



Beta 

Woolery 

SAE 

Sig 

Delt 

Phi Eau 

Alpha Sig 



"A" Singles 

Wright - Beta 

Briggs - Woolery 

"B" Singles 
Roscoe — Beta 
Bradley - SAE 



Doubles 

Busacca, Campbell - Beta 
Grosso, Denne — Sig 







TENNIS 




First S 


ngles 




Second Singles 


Meyer 


- Delt 




Sanderson - 


Delt 


Lucas 


- Alph. 


i Sig 
Dou 


bles 




lones, 


Otto - 


KA 






Railing, Desantis - 


Beta 







SOFTBALL 




Beta 


5-0 


Overflow 


2-2 


Sig 


4-1 


Alpha Sig 


1-3 


KA 


4-1 


Faculty 


1-3 


Woolery 


3-2 


Phi Tau 


0-4 


Delt 


2-2 


SAE 


0-4 




m& 




88 




WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS 


FOOTBALL 


VOLLEYBALL 


PING PONG 


Goodnight 


KD 


Phi Mu 


KD 


Phi Mu 


Goodnight 


Freshmen 1 


Goodnight 


KD 


Freshmen II 


Pi Phi 




Phi Mu 


Freshmen 1 


BASKETBALL 


CROSS 


Zeta 


Phi Mu 


COUNTRY 


Freshmen II 


KD 


Alpha Xi 




Freshmen 1 


Goodnight 


TRACK 


Goodnighl 


Freshmen II 


Phi Mu 






Goodnight 


SWIMMING 


BOWLING 


Zetas 


Alpha Xi 


Goodnight 


Alpha Xi 


Phi Mu 


Phi Mu 


KD 


KD 





■aw 



WOMEN'S TRACK 




440 Yard Dash 




220 Yard Dash 




Mapletoft - Phi Mu 




Bertel — Goodnight 


31.68 


Armstrong - Zeta 




Talley - Phi Mu 


33.25 


50 Yard Dash 




880 Yard Dash 




Dileo - Goodnight 




Stokes — Phi Mu 


3:01.69 


Chadwick - Phi Mu 




Vojvodich - Goodnight 


3:13.67 


440 Yard Relay 




100 Yard Dash 




Goodnight 


1 :02.09 


Tozzo — Goodnight 


12.80 


Phi Mu 


1:02.73 


Wallace - Alpha Xi 


13.42 


120 Yard Hurdles 




Long Jump 




Mapletoft - Phi Mu 


20.90 


Wallace - Alpha Xi 


14'4" 


Talley - Phi Mu 


21.29 


High lump 




Softball - Bertel 145' 




Hamilton - Phi Mu 


4'6" 




89 






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ALPHA 

XI 
DELTA 





Linda Ronstadt . . . hoopie party . . . drink beer . . . diversified . . . tire alarms . . . 
"small times" . . . Natman, Mingo, Fleetwood and Hoopie . . . warm body parties 
... ice cream parties? . . . Angel party . . . F-W!!! ... the infamous Sha-Na-Na . . . 
Disco Dolly and Kinky D ... all house cleans - what a drag! ... sunning out 
back ... SAE beer drinking contest ... "yow-zer" ... watching TV, loading out 
and loving it . . . "The Ode" . . . mothers and daughters . . . fuzzies . . . scavenger 
hunts ... ice sculptures and tug-a-war . . . quick trips to Mr. Donut and Baskin- 
Robbins . . . the ice cube . . . popcorn . . hoagie sales . . . smut . . . seniors - what 
seniors? . . . 



92 






Front row, from left to right: Alison Evans, Claudia 
Gilmartin, Margaret Evans, Pat Dautel, Sharon Roth, 
Caryn Miller. Second row: Carol Moeller, leannette 
Stubbs, Liz Bennett, Ann Royston, Mettelise Fjaere, 
Anne Daly, Barb Burns. Third row: Lynn Havenmeyer, 
Dottie Duerr, Clare Heaney, Karen Repplier, Sail ie 



Bovie, Dorothy Walker, Liz Sentell, Maura Stewart, 
Marcie Sutherland, Cindy Dignazio. Fourth row: Gail 
Seldon, Christie Le|acq, Cathy Dewey. Back row: 
loanne Daoust, Cindy Kaisand, Lisa Traub, Lori Drag- 
onir, Nora Bonville, Darlene Anuskewicz, Susie 
Schwartz, Cindy Fulton, Ann Schatz. 



93 



KAPPA DELTA 



Minnie Mae . . . gracious 
living . . . fantastic new 
pledges . . . Alumni Christ- 
mas Dance . . . water fight 
. . . pina coladas . . . big 
brothers . . . funsies . . . 
Roxanne . . . scholarship 
cup again . . . George's 
blender and pampers . . . 
Pizza Inn . . . Kimmy, the 
dream of KD ... I fell in 
love with the pin . . . 
what's under the flag wei- 
ner? . . . B.|. flunks anoth- 
er test . . . spades with 
Flow . . . A.O.T. ... in- 
tramurals, at least we try 
. . . I'm in the like . . . 
pledge donuts and raids 
. . . seafood at Ernies . 
comps . . . faux pas 
student teachers 
points and demerits . 
birthday cakes . . . kegs . 
friends and sisters . . . Sigs 
steal Sue ... Nakashian's 
Tower Power monopoly 
. . . Gail and |ill, super, su- 
per, super 





94 



Front row, left to right: Kim Parti, Terri Wallace, Beth 
Grace, Marilyn Esposito, Cyndie |ones, Debbie Oakley, 
Diana Preli, Joanne laffrey, Patty Schodder, Lynn Naka- 
shian. Back row: Nancy Douglas, Jill Hallock, Margaret 



Kemp, Lynn Patterson, Beth Cu I lis. Donna Staderman, 
Sharon Patterson, Ann Lee, Lisa Carlson, Becky Wright, 
Louise Reass, Jim Howard, Sue McCandless, Barb Go- 
resh, Laura Lee. 






95 



Fronl row, lefl to right: Cathy Palmer, Kathy Talk's. 
Miss\ kearne\ Set (iiid row: Karen Welling, lory 
Tolley, Chrisl\ Phillips. Valerie Bellofatto, Diana Fi- 
lippi, Susie Kaplan, Ellen I rebilcock, Beth Mitchell, 
Laura Lowe. Third row: Soni Maxwell, Sue Criste, 
Sue Brigham, Billie s< hn-c ker, Ann l)a\, ( alh\ |ohn- 
son, Scarlett I osier. Linda Nannig, Kris Schwertfeger. 



fourth row: Linda Keale, Sue Williams, Diane 
Thompson, Karen Guida, Carolyn Baney, Cindy 
Marks huh row: Beth Rommel, Debbie Scheirer, 
Inula Mokes, Kathy Prenger, losette Cicone, Me- 
linda Elliott, \nnie Martino, Arden Rosteld, Karen 
Olsen, Bitsy Hamilton, Sally shuck, Shelley Alteria, 
Nancy Olson, Barb Otway, Brenda Jennings. Back 
row: Bubba, |ill Embersits. 






% 



PHI MU 



P is for the Pin... the buddy club and head cheese anonymous . . . creating a Kuhlua factory, a 
cone court . . . serving 500 bucks of beer, loose change, more TP, Bid Day chicken and 21 toasts . . . 
presenting Gladys, Mildred, Mrs. A. and Cinder, sisters away and lemon pledges . . . starring 
loadfrumpconecube . . . box it or bag it, M and C, Wotta Pizzeria . . . but we're in tip top shape for 
Spades, Pass Out, light up, kiss your partner, "they call me mellow yellow, that's right yeah" . . . 
flakey? . . . nooooo L.I.O.B. "the hood" . . . 






97 



PI 

BETA 
PHI 





Front row, left to right: Saudi Mendez, 
Clyna Snapp, Wendy Kuhn, Margaret Warn- 
er, Amy Handley, Peggy Hess, Valeri Bark- 
hurst. Second row: Linda Unger, Lynne Da- 
vidson, Barbara lohnson, Edith Crane, Susan 



Stadtler, Susan Harman. Third row: Mary 
Tate, Diana Dulaney, |eri Welsh, lulianne 
O'Neil, lanet Stake, Linda Stansbery, Donna 
Cassarino, Janet Long, Kathy Putnam. 



98 





99 




ZETA 

TAU 

ALPHA 




Lit up ... We're talking . . . Chreiska . . . Clipper . . . Burr 
Oak ... Bid Day - 23 of the best ... Zeta inspiration 
week ... Halloween Party with SAE's ... Homecoming 
Queen . . . SAE slumber party . . . McLure House . . . Brick 
House . . . Cheerleaders - quite a handful . . . Maxwell . . . 
Moose . . . Donny and Marie . . . Bag of Leaves . . . Totally 
. . . How do you feel? . . . Zeta — cuddle bunny . . . Sigma 
Nu raid . . . basketball babes . . . popcorn parties . . . 



100 





Front row, left to right: Laurie Selwyn, Stephanie Lok- 
mer, |oyce Dumbaugh. Second row: Janet Drogowski, 
Faith Skowronski, Amy Villani, |ude Fraze, |oann Ri- 
succi, Lynn Smith, Val Budd, Joyce Harry. Third row: 
Sarah Galleher, Debbie Burns, Trudee Kamaras, Naila 



Saba, Kathy Gowland, Andi Easton, Sandy Pockoski, 
Beth Mayer, Caryn Teutsch, Susan Manack. Back row: 
Michelle Armstrong, Ann Adams, Sue High, Carol 
Prince, Patty Head, Pam Peterson, Karen Franks, Mari- 
beth Ford, Maureen Mahoney. 



101 



ALPHA 

SIGMA 

PHI 





The surprising Alpha Sigs . . . head 
lettuce and Peter Pan . . . simply 
amazing no voodoo involved . . . 
ahee . . . ahee ... a he he he ... 
Boehm me out . . . Bag a Doughnuts 
. . . greasepig . . . gonner . . . dig it . . . 
dig it . . . what it is . . . Head Togeth- 
er .. . Lord vvillin' and the creeks 
don't rise . . . Point Breeze Boys . . . 
S.B.O. what? . . . wippets . . . Joycie 
. . . the man . . . Mickey Moose . . . 
Poly Prep . . . Merkin . . . Larry Bow- 
man . . . Donny Osmond . . . Paul 
not "H" Charlton ... on our way 
home . . . 




102 



Front row, left to right: Paul McQuade, Hi- 
ram Lester (Advisor). Second row: F3a« 
Sl abaugb - , Matt Lucas, Scott Litchard, Pete 
Masoned Tom Shields. Third row: Shaun 
Moss, Charlie Lucenb"; |ohn Amerman, Frank 
Trupo, |oe-G*Wgani, lohn- W ile y -, Bob Mul- 
vi hill. Fourth row: Scott Taylor, Hans 
Boehm, Gary Ca hill. Marc Hayes; Mark Eye- 















rman, Randy Perkins, 44e\4«— Gapvey. Back 
row: George Bauman, Tem—Btt-gan, DaveY 
Wittek, Daw+rifkl, |oe Amato, Paul Charl- 
ton, Mark Kalla, Dean Marra' left Cook, 
Steve Sentilli, |ohn Borgenson, Andy Feirs- 
tein, Ken Demayo; Mike kellis, |ohn Han- 
nibal, Ken Wiencek, Bart Balint, Pete 
Clough.- 



V 
















103 



rhe I louse . Ro( k\ jm\ Bobo . . . 
W ire and Peai h si mini s\ Mem , . . lil 
up S< hnerbs . . . I )i lohn ( )wsle^ 
. . . the "dreaded" . King "\ "... 
Ml Xiin'iic ,m 1 .111/ . . . Casual Carney 
and K(i\ \u Bo\ - Shangrala . . . 
Bazarre . . . Eddie . . . the bioni< 
smile Leo . . Nosey . . . Strcu h 
marathon . . . keep on tru< km 7") 
hours Otto . . . I lie Lude Dude 

. . . Lips . . . I he Moronic Man 
Clarity . . . the boss . . . red man . . 
pudd'n and weed . , . old ween . . . 





smooth . . . recon . . . Lucky . . . Scorp 
. . . Thunderbolt and Lightfoot . . . 
Woolery Bros ... Continental Buys 
... Spewey ... mountain lit ... 
O.O.H. ... Baldv ... Chubby ... 
Knucks . . . come hither . . . Mr. Bell 
... Buck Owens ... doubtful ... 
dubious achiever awards ... it takes 
a clear mind . . . Bilbo Bagens . . . 974 
. the cup . . . kipper . . . the power 
hitter . . . anything is possible with a 
little love and brotherhood . . . 




104 



BETA THETA PI 




Front row, left to right: Fran Haus, Paul Roscoe, 
Steve Chernicky, Chris Von Hoffman, Jeff Namy, 
Frank Carney. Second row: Dave Gundlmg, Kevin 
Kelhofer, Mark Schmidt, Scott Thompson, Ken Toth, 
Bill Wright, |ohn lanigro, Scott Brooks, Deno Emili, 
Mark Sniegocki, Mike Mari, John Geary, Tom Emery. 
Third row: Mike Murphy, Dave Egan, Mark Brooks, 
Mark Scorpion, Dean Young, Bill Railing, Paul 
Chewning, Gary Busacca, |im Crowther, Ron Strobel, 
Mark Genard, Kip Lewis, Sam Debone, Ray Nola, 
Doug Owens, Ray Smith, Mike Fedun, Todd De- 



Santis, |ohn Shields, Dave Neurohr, Greg Fenton, 
John Lipinski, jerry Dugan, |ohn Shope. Back row: 
Greg |ordan, Gary Frankhouser, Mike Kozar, Ira Jar- 
vis, Larry Kaczmarek, Jim Pool, Dave Cottington, 
Bruce Kaiser, Gary Hammond, Rick Zarnoch, Denny 
Williams, Doug Cameron, Andy Railing, Pete Wi- 
novich, Dave Brooks, Kendall Hayes, Bill Hickok, 
Jim Lane, Mark Comneck, Dave Petrel, Dennis 
Evans, Dino DeFlavio, Pat Niles, Dave Collins, Roy 
Davis, Lee Frankhouser. 



105 



— •**** 






Front row, left to right: Doug Pfendler, Nancy 
McLaughlin, Wendy Cole, Dot Vojvodich, 
Todd Williams, Tony Beachum, Heather Tru- 
shel, Eric Schult, Julie O'Neil, Linda Kelsesky. 
Second row: Neil Leitch, Scott Eisenlohr, Mad- 
dog, Dave Clark 5, Pete Sanderson. Third row: 
Russ Wvatt, Hal Leu, Steve Burtield, Nan Nack- 



oul, Babs, |ohn Serra, Kevin Engemann, Rich 
Meyer, Gene Turley, Andrew U.B. Pitha, loanne 
Dileo, Mark Benz, Penny Poirier, Rich Williams. 
Back row: Dave Blaner, Peter Fraiman, Rob 
Forner, Andy Irving, |oe Radvan, Terri Wallace, 
George Couch, Steve Ebbets, Greg 
McCullough, Ned Ferris. 



106 




DELTA 
I TAU 
* DELTA 




Heaven and Hell . . . little sisters . . . lackson Browne . . . 
"go for it" ... shelter ... "say baby" ... penguin ... 
"no problem" . . . football . . . party . . . Marching Mick- 
ey and Dancing Donald . . . Founding Chapter . . . 
Sam's . . . Steelers . . . "Short People" . . . swim team . . . 
Uncle Buzz . . . Mad Dog's . . . Snakes . . . Goober Dills 
. . . Wizards . . . hoopies . . . borrowed cars . . . clean- 
ups ... apple and snow fights ... KKK ... basketball 
. . . "nuff said" . . . "got change for a dollar" . . . The Yak 
Brothers . . . "by the lights" . . . popcorn . . . wing . . . 




107 



KAPPA 
ALPHA 





*M<> 





God and the Women . . . "God" and "Son of God" . . . nice hood ornament . . . eleven 
waterbeds ... $1 for a keg? . . . abuse wall . . . RJ.'s mirror(s) . . . cornfield drivers Lar and 
Dean . . . huge senior class . . . "His stereo costs more than his car" . . . "Nice face" . . . 
Molly, Gatsby, R.P., Thai, Luke, Snookums, Max . . . more goldfish . . . Intramural foosball 
. . . less Hoyt shots . . . Power roasting . . . KA Drugstore . . . Hoopie Holiday . . . "Zero and 
the KA Titanic" . . . Woody hitches to Cincinnatti . . . Yankees in 6 . . . less Blue lays . . . 
the return of Sambo . . . Kip's $10 little brother fine . . . "If Max could talk" . . . Rootless . . . 
Santa Hoyt . . . 101 ways to fricassee gerbils . . . "Go Oilers" ... "I just can't talk to ugly- 
girls" . . . Ralph's paperweight . . . Ralph's beard . . . Lance Romance . . . protozoa . . . 
Come Sail Away . . . Del's greenbean . . . "I'm smarter than you are anyway" . . . House 
stereo . . . "Rock Star" . . . "It gets me higher'n" ... 23 of the best . . . Acey Deucy for beers 
. . . Chef LaHow . . . composites . . . Taylor and moonshine . . . K.O.C.M.U. . . . "Where'd 
K.B. pledge, Dave? . . . Canadian Connection . . . Smegma Power and Dweebs . . . 75th 
Anniversary and Dad's Weekend ... A + B races . . . Finleyville . . . "The South's Gonna 
Do it Again" . . . 



108 






Front row, left to right: Bill Heslin, Bobby Hill, Paul 
Furlong, Les Bek, Chip Carpenter, Del Walters. Second 
row: Craig Liggett, Tim Paulis, Tim Ford, Drew 
McConaghy, Chris |oest, Ralph Artuso. Third row: Bill 
Feeney, Cary Kurtz, |im Regan, Larry Liebman, |im 
Ford, Rob Kumnick, |ohn Kleehammer. Fourth row: Bill 
Doughty, Kip Fowler, Tex Bridwell, Bruce Blank, Russ 
Onofrio, Chuck Nalbantian, Jim Rice, Vern Tichnor, 



|im Hoyt, Dan Dunmeyer. Fifth row: Kevin Bradley, 
Paul Taylor, Eric Willcox, Danny Nieves, Neil lohnson, 
Andy Gagan, Dave Otto, Ted DeSelding, Brad Cata- 
lano. Back row: Ted Donald, Jim Howard, Brent Myers, 
Rich Jackson, Paul Bowers, Chris Matthai, Bruce lones, 
Danny Collins, Dave Shapiro, Matt O'Shea, Tom Ro- 
gers, Mark Eckert. 



109 



PHI KAP PA TA U 

■nn ■■■■■■■ 




Corn Roast . . . getting small . . . feels so good when 
you stop . . . Hobart . . . Spades . . . death . . . mud 
football . . . the rat is rabid . . . casualty list . . . crunch 
peanut butter . . . space, the final frontier . . . you tired, 
Tom . . . Dork . . . another Ron paper due . . . disco 
parties ... Bushand Hedge ... roofing ... Bucky ... 
mud soccer . . . Grunt . . . bum me oot ... I think it's 
his knees . . . Gonged and Bonged . . . luau . . . under 
the socks in room ten . . . Quinn . . . Radio Bangkok . . . 
|im Humes returns . . . Cold Beer . . . why can't lohnny 
blink? . . . Stinky . . . another Delt bites the dust . . . 
Detroit . . . clunk ... 14 pledges . . . Big Durke . . . Iggy 
Maru . . . Kidnappings . . . your book, pledge . . . you'll 
get over it . . . lust . . . Wonder Woman . . . surf's up . . . 
reaching a microcosm ... Sam's ... Hermit ... Filler 
brings the beer . . . bridge . . . Quogue . . . passout . . . 
bagels . . . Corky and Lenny's . . . Ramblers . . . Greaser 
Day . . . Ribbit . . . Who? . . . veging out . . . Spike . . . 
backgammon . . . Bunny O'Hare . . . whas happenin' . . . 
Turk . . . darts . . . Beak . . . cookies . . . hypocrite . . . 
what do you think, Ben? ... impeach ... Spaz you're 
hear again? . . . Traveling Squad ... be there, Aloha . . . 




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Front row, left to right: Bill Dye. Second row: Bill Fung, 
Marty Field, Harry Mainzer, Tony Mourkas, Michael 
Wisell. Third row: Mark Stultz, Tom Abrams, Bill 
Trombadore, Bill Kerr, Bob Shaw, Scott Sunshine, Dar- 
rel Vandervort, Mark Wilcox, Chuck Wilson, Frank 



Merryman, Russ Nicely. Back row: )ohn Sayers, Brian 
Lane, Rob Hill, Dan Whitfield, Tim Smith, Ehud Gau- 
tier, Ian Carrus, Tim Bartlett, Marc Runyon, Andy Wes- 
sels, Kevin laszemski, Gary Bergman, Greg Wilhelm, 
Mike Huskins. 








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SIGMA 

ALPHA 

EPSILON 



double knuckler . . . the groo- 
vers . . . Semi-beautiful women . . . 
mat-burn . . . Spiderman . . . do-it- 
all ... Ben's pigs . . . sick celo . . . 
nub-woman . . . Lurch's house . . . 
Fembo . . . Triclops . . . Bubba's 
Bowling . . . Zippy the pin head 
. . Karg . . . sub-woman . . . Tater 
woman . . . Woodpecker's . . . The 
Bearded Woman . . . little dickie 
and the bearded clams . . . Tom- 
B-Que . . . SAE Driving School . . . 
slumber parties . . . "While you're 
down there ... " ... Turtles and 
Mud ... Ho |o to Go . . . The 
Room 2 Love Machine . . . 




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Front row, left to right: )im Hopkins, Beans Green- 
wood, Richie Mazza, Glenn Gawronski. Second row: 
Mark Logston, Jeff Hall, Stoney, lohn Brey, Phil Rug- 
gieri, Steve Coe, Terry Toohey. Third row: Mark Sloan, 
Jeff Babcock, left Miller, Dave Seitz, Marc Chernenko, 



Bruce Stone, Dallas, Joe Farrell, Bill Beinbrech, Barry 
Boyd. Back row: Rex lohnson, Vic Celo, Jim Green- 
wood, Kevin Murray, Zak, Sunshine McKechnie, Brad 
Bohrer, Mike Young, Kevin Gallagher. 



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SIGMA NU 



Boucr\ Brawl . .. a < m/\ kinda pla< e ... squels and mimmals clone e to 
rock 'n' roll troll ... luM\ wenches captured In warden ... flying 
Burrito Brothers ... "we will win, ding clang doggies, donkees, and 
steamed woofies" ... pump her once lor me ... "the punisher" ... 
Captain Recreation take . . . Dr. Snooze . . . yeah Rocky . . . suckoo 
. . . M\ P dreg Dulkowski . . . chickie babies . . . Disco |oe and Dancing 
Bear . . . flarnt nernt . . . 



Carl Clemens, \ ince Distazio, Dave 
Vella, Dan Demeis, Tom Price, Tim 
Bird, Rav Homza, Howie Townsend, 
Dennis Czarnecki, Steve Cullum, left 
Valley, George Davis, lack Clutter, Ed 
Remus, Bo Bokanovich, |im Ralls, 
Lance Aronson, Greg Dulkowski, 
Chuck Grosso, Greg Hutchison, |ohn 
Bowe, |im Malley, Terry Mullane, Frank 
Matthews, |ohn Angus, Steve Zsigray, 
loe Carley, left Severino, |ohn Shol- 
head, Dave Tablonowski, Frank Baz- 
zano. Butch Molbrough, Bill Kiser, |ay 
Outland, lohn Tritschler, Dave Fidei, 
Rick Billani, Bob McCann, Phil 
Whipple, Ray Abiatici, Tom Denne, left' 
Faust, Steve Ferry, Ross Fowler, Fred 
Gongola, Dale Grosso, Ed Halkyard, 
|im Langdon, Matt Montgomery, Bill 
Moore, |oe Nappi, Chris Payne, Randy 
Peters, Dave Priore, Dennis Ranson, 
Ralph Robinson, Russ Rogerson, Rick 
Schwabach, Brian Silva, Tim Thomp- 
son, Tim Timmons, |amie Trainor, Dan 
\ ogelhuber. Mark Wawrzeniak, Mike 
Weaver, Rob Forner, |ohn Widmann, 
|oe Milde. 




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HARLAN 



front row, left to right: Chris Enzerra, Karen 
Wallace, Cindy Dignazio. Second row: Cam 
lohnson, Maura Stewart, Martha Willard. 
Third row: Carol Moeller, Shirley Csatlos, hi 
Heinrich. Fourth row: Barb DiBeneditto, 
llene Seiden, Marcie Sutherland. Fifth row: 
Ellen Trebilcock, Sue Williamson, Linda 
Keale, Evelyn Sanford, Kathy Bonsey. Back 
row: Diane Chabot, Nina Schroth, Pat 
White, Laura Biclwell, Amy West. 





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Front row, left to right: Diane Pfeil, Margaret 
Kemp, Ann Pryor, Mill Connors, Tina Craft, 
Lisa Heiart, Jan lividen, Ann Bailey, Donna 
Staderman, Beth Cu I lis, Diane Peer, Debbie 
Oakley, Elizabeth Sanner, |ill Hager, Mary 
Stavish, ludith Rogers, Bridget Meaney. Sec- 
ond row: Cindy Marks, Teryl Berriman, Ann 
Schatz, Connie Carpenter, Tamara Tormoh- 



len, Sherie Ryan, Betsy Garcy, Rachel Long, 
Kristen Cady, Chris Engum, Audrey Gehan, 
Met Fjaere, Cindy Hackett, Sue Bullick, |ody 
McKahan, Beth Hampton. Back row: Sally 
Bovie, Kathy Dewey, Amy Cullen, Missy 
Kearney, Cathy Palmer, Dorothy Walker, 
Kelcy Brooks, Shelly Wells, Karen Clark. 



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hunt row, lefl in righl |ohn Quinn, Dave 
Rasicci, l<>m Denne, Dale G rosso, Steve 
Santeili. Second row: Rob Fornei lluni 
row Matl Montgomery, Gar> Hammond, 
Mark Eckert, Mike Gramigna, Mike Wea\ 
er, |oc \m.iio, Bob Livingston, ["odd De- 



Si mils \Kirk Wawr/i-mak, Koss Fowler, 
Hack row: Ernest Leroy, lefl Sieber, Kuss 
Mc Ki'own, Dan Morgan, Dave Shapiro, 
Mark Deets, Ka\ Nola, Dean Marra, lames 
Lane. 





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M & M 




Front row, left to right: 
Bill Barish, Bill Gilbridge, 
Stelios Pol i t i 5, |im Crow- 
ther, |im Steiger, Gary 
Ives. Back row: Lucio 
Marques, Vios Mavides, 
Charles Agbor, Jim Mal- 
ley, Ion Mannalis, Chris 
Quinn. 




Front row, left to right: Lucio 
Marques, Brian Green, Dave Por- 
ter, Walter Osula, Robbie Forest, 
Dominic Colarusso, Paul Romano, 
lohn Bowe. Second row: Mike 



Shanaman, Rick Ayer, Gordon 
Anderson, Harry Kiskaddon, 
Snappy, Tom McCandless. Third 
row: Andy Yurko, Tim Ford. 




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Front row, lefl to right. L\nn Smith, 
Beth Mayer, Maryjo Cole, I u lie Mee- 
han, Rhonda Anderson, Lisa Bahr, 
Julie l loffman. Se< ond row Deb 
Mehlman, Connie Lambires, Sue 
Kaplan, |ude Fraze, Melinda Elliott, 
sue Gerhold, Alex Detonnancourt, 
Cindy Dodd, Sails Bunkley, Colleen 
Beadling, loAnn Cacchio. Third row: 
lulie Burnett, Keith Lester, Laurie 



Sarracino, loanne rrueman, Karen 
Guida, Path Allinder, locelyn Cri- 
der, Sherry Miller. Fourth row: Pam 
Bretton, Robin Shott, 5inde Israel, 

lennie Santore, Karen Olsen, I inde 
Hardy, Shelley Alteria, Pat Richards, 
Cindy Grey. Back row: [Debbie Pyle, 
Lisa Sweeney, Iran McDormand, 
Mary Pat Millea, Kalhy Kane. 






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Mmm ... mmm ... good ... "rubbit" ... Wednesday night kegs ... "The Riviera" 
Campbellites unite . . . heat us . . . Campbell Heights . . . bowery . . . deep freeze . . . The 
Gresham Day Queens . . . "Isimo" . . . fire drill club . . . not enough men . . . backgammon 
. . . "spun-kee" . . . high times . . . intercollegiate hall soccer . . . animal shelter . . . fireplace 
. . . the unforgettable shower parties . . . 





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Football champs for 2 years ... individuality ... annual mud 
football game with the Phi Tan's ... Halloween party ... Flea 
dog . . . how about an airplane ride ... no electricity . . . surf's 
up! . . . maintain ... 6 or M times . . . cube parties . . . obscene 
bathrooms ... prideless weekends ... 3.5 average? ... I'm 
gonna die . . . good times house . . . Christmas party; no jeans, 
no gowns - you decide? . . . that's not what I heard . . . never 
mind . . . "Does anyone have a gown I can borrow?" . . . heat? 
what's that? . . . who stole the vacuum cleaner' . . . pinball 
wizard . . . 





Front row, left to right: Deb Palmer, Cindy McElroy, 
Nancy McLaughlin, Heather Trushel, Dottie Vojvodich, 
Leslie Bertel, Carol Tozzo. Second row: Cindy Testa, 
Wendy Cole, Mar\ Beth Miller, Nancy Brewster, Nan 



Nackoul, Lynda Kelsesky, Grace Heim, Cathy Ragucci. 
Back row: Laurie Bahr, Barb Babson, Ann Hamilton, 
Bonnie Hewitt, loanne Dileo, Karen Barnosky, Kathy 
Sand, lennv Maurer, Kim Rogers. 



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Front row, left to right: Bill Salvo, Kevin 
Miles, Ozzie, Leonard Laabs, Ali Barimani. 
Second row: Joe Milde, Angelo Pascucci, 
Bruce Brothis, Chip Young, Houdini, 
Frank Haas, Lamp. Third row: Neil Arther, 



Dick Doran, Mike Bryant, Jim Nowicki, 
Chris Mahoney, Ed Crowley, Rick Many- 
penny. Back row: Kevin Stugla, Tom Mas- 
sie, Ed McCabe. 



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Front row, left to right: David Heilman, 
Richard Riccone, Andy Carey, Tim 
Sprague, Ronald Mounts. Second row: 
Mark Cook, Pete Burke, Burt Coit, Vern 
Tricknor. Back row: David Horton, Greg 
Ulasiewicz, Bob Kapral, |ohn Plagens, 



Dave Jackfert, Mark Schoonover, Mark 
Zelmer, Bruce Batchelder, Mike Huskins, 
George Kellis, Peter Simone, Charles Ba- 
rash, Walter Russo, Bill Trombadore, John 
Francis, Tom Anderson. 



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Read Thomas and St. Paul 

We know in depth the punic wars 

And view the Roman fall 

Those who have read our catalogues 

Reviewed our labs and books 

Will know of Plato's Dialogues 

And shun Medusa's looks 



ADMINISTRATION 




WILLIAM E. TUCKER, President 





ROBERT A. SANDERCOX, Vice President 
and Director of Development 



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JOHN A. GRAHAM, Treasurer and 
Business Manager 





JOHN S. CUNNINGHAM, Dean of Students 




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JOSEPH M. KUREY, Registrar 



W. DANIEL COBB III, Dean of Faculty 



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NANCY AULT, Placement Director 



JOHN J. HOFFMAN, Associate Business 
Manager 







DARLINE B. NICHOLSON, Associate Dean of 
Students and Director of Renner Union 




THEODORE W. BUNNELL, Director of 
Financial Aid 



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JOHN C. GIESMANN, Assistant Dean 
of Students for Residence Halls Pro- 
grams 





JEFFREY F. WALL, Assistant Dean of Students and 
Coordinator of Freshman Residence Halls 




WALLACE F. WITHAM, JR., Director of 
Practicums 



DEBRA B. HULL, Director of Counseling and 
Testing 



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ROBERT F. RILEY, JR., Director of Admis- 
sion 




RICK P. WILLIAMSON, Director of the 
Media Center 




PAUL B. CHEWNING, Director of Alumni 
Relations 




LARRY J. FRYE, Head Librarian 



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RICHARD RUGGIERO, Director of Dining Service 







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JOANNE SYKES, R.N., Supervisor of 
Infirmary 



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WILLIAM B. ALLEN, College 
Chaplain 



GARY P. ARMITAGE, Managing Director of Leadership 
Center and Gresham House 



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ART 



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WALTER L. KORNOWSKI 




JOEL COLLINS 




WESLEY J. WAGNER 




ROBERT A. IRVING, Sewickley, PA, Delta Tau Delta. 



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SUE BIOLOGY 




JERI L. WELSH, Keyser, WV, Pi Beta Phi. 



ALBERT R. BUCKELEW 





LARRY LEE HOUTS 



JANET LANZA 



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JAMES T. CROWTHER, Hamden, CT, Beta Theta Pi, 
Beta Beta Beta, Lacrosse, Intramurals. 




ANGELA C. FRANGOS, Kalamata, Greece, 

Goodnight, French Club, Beta Beta Beta, Inter- 
national Students Association. 




THOMAS M. ANDERSON, 
Brilliant, OH, Woolery, Beta 
Beta Beta. 




CHARLEE N. AGBOR, United Republic of Cam- 
eroon, McLean, ISA - president, SBOG, Beta Beta 
Beta, Varsity B, Who's Who Among College Stu- 
dents, ARA Student Manager, Soccer. 



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JOSEPH DYE, Huntsville, AL, Phi kappa Tau, Beta 
Beta Beta — president Gamma Sigma Kappa, Sen- 
ior Fellow. 



ROBERT SUKOLSKY, Cannonsburg, PA, McEachern, 
Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Delta Pi, Track, Intramural Rep- 
resentative. 




RENE LATONI, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, CLEW - 
president, Saturday School, Agape, Beta Beta 
Beta, Gamma Sigma Kappa, Cross Country, Tyler 
County Student Minister. 




BARRIE D. LOWMAN, Greenlawn, NY, Alpha Sigma 
Phi - president, SBOG, Beta Beta Beta, Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges, Emergency 
Squad, Fire Department. 



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CHEMISTRY 





JOHN D. DRAPER 



RICHARD G. STEBBINS 





MILTON R. SMITH, JR. 



G. ERIC MAGYAR, Shadyside, OH, VVoolery, Kappa Mu 
Epsilon — vice-president, Intramurals. 



138 




JILL HALLOCK, Riverhead, NY, 

Kappa Delta. 




JOHN PAUL ROSCOE, Poland, 

OH, Beta Theta Pi, Kappa Mu 
Epsilon, Analytical Chemistry 
Award. 





BARBARA ANN JOHNSON, Char- 
leston, WV, Kappa Delta, Gamma 
Sigma Kappa, VIA, German Club, 
Intramurals. 




RONALD WILLIAM LUBATTI, Russellton, PA, Phi 

Kappa Tau, Lambda lota Tau, Intramurals, SBOG, 
Saturday School. 



WILLIAM HOW-IANG FUNG, Kpbe, Japan, Phi 

Kappa Tau, Bethanian, Concert Choir, Male Chorus, 
ISA, Intramurals, Track, Messiah. 



COMMUNICATIONS 




HAROLD G. O'LEARY 




DAVID J. SPIZALE 




JAMES J. HUMES 



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RUTH WESTLAKE 



MARK P. STEVENSON 




JAMES W. CARTY, JR. 



141 



jgggr, r/M. 






SANDRA RUTH CALLARIK, Bridgeport, OH, Alpha Xi 
Delta — social chairman, recording secretary, Pi Delta 
Epsilon, Cheerleader, T.V. 3, WVBC, Intramurals. 




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MICHELE A. ALTERIA, Boca Raton, FL, Phi Mu, Pi 

Delta Epsilon, T.V. 3, WVBC, SBOG, Tennis. 




LYNN MARY NAKASHIAN, Fair Lawn, NJ, Kappa 
Delta - editor, historian, chaplain, Tower - edi- 
tor, Bethanian, Folio, Pi Delta Epsilon - president, 
Who's Who in American Colleges. 



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MARK ZELMER, Canton, OH, Woolery, In- 
tramurals. 



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GREGG STEVEN WARREN, Shadyside, OH, 

Woolery, Pi Delta Epsilon, WVBC, Track, 
Intramurals. 




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LEONARD C. LAABS, Washington, PA, Overflow - presi- 
dent, Gamma Sigma Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, T.V. 3, WVBC, 
College Council. 



immctncv octio 
noiiF'cfiTion 




RICHARD C. JACKSON, Pittsburgh, PA, Kappa Alpha. 




ELIZABETH HAMILTON, Fayetteville, NY, Phi 

Mu, SAE - little sister, Pi Delta Epsilon, SBOG 
- Corresponding secretary, Homecoming 
Court, Tower. 



143 





CYNTHIA LOUISE MCELROY, Bethel 
Park, PA, Goodnight, Pi Delta Epsilon, 
Tower, German Club, Polyglot — editor, 
WVBC, Intramurals. 



JAMES R. RALLS, Wyckoff, NJ, Sigma Nu - house manager, 
T.V. 3, Intramurals. 





LAUREN SELWYN, Bethesda, MD, Zeta Tau Alpha. 



IRA JARVIS, JR, Steubenville, OH, Beta Theta 
Pi, Tower, Co-Chairman Basketball Mara- 
thon, Resident Assistant. 



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KURT FRANCK, JR, Newark, OH, Alpha Sigma Phi, Tower, 
Swim Team, WVBC - student manager. 




AMY RICHARDSON, Allison Park, PA, Phi Mu, 

Pi Delta Epsilon, Panhellenic Council — presi- 
dent, Volleyball. 



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STEPHEN F. COE, Norwalk, CT, Sigma Alpha Epsilon - 
chronicler, Pi Delta Epsilon, WVBC, SBOG, Set Construc- 
tion. 




VICKI BARKHURST, Weirton, WV, Pi Beta Phi 
— rush chairman, vice-president, Panhellenic 
Council, WVBC, Pi Delta Epsilon, Intramurals. 






145 




PATRICIA STEBBINS, Bethany, WV, Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon, Senior Fellow, Departmental Assistant, 
Scrippts-Howard Scholarship, T.V. 3, Tower, 
WV'BC, Student Assistant - News Bureau. 





DENNIS PAUL CZARNECKI, New Kensington, PA, Sig- 
ma Nu, SBOG, Theatre, Football. 




JAMES CARSON KINGHORN, Pleasantville, NY, 

Phi kappa Tau, Pi Delta Epsilon, Political Affairs 
Club — president, Society for Creative Anachron- 
ism, Tower, WVBC, SBOG. 



KENNETH MICHAEL TOTH, Youngstown, OH, Beta 
Theta Pi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Varsity B, Spanish Club, 
Baseball, Basketball, Intramurals. 



146 





FRANK T. CARNEY, Johnstown, PA, Beta Theta 
Pi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Lacrosse Club, French 
Club, Football, Intramurals. 



JOHN ALFRED, Steubenville, OH, McLean 




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KAREN D. OLSEN, Centerville, OH, Phi Mu, Pi 

Delta Epsilon, WVBC, Tower, T.V. 3, SBOG, 
Choir, Resident Assistant, Basketball, In- 
tramurals. 



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DAVE HILLS, Cranston, Rl, Overflow, Pi Delta Epsilon, 
Gamma Sigma Kappa, T.V. 3 - student manager, In- 
tramurals. 



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CHRIS GALOTTI, White Plains, NY, Goodnight 



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MARY BETH MILLER, St. Clairsville, OH, Goodnight, 
Tower, Bethanian - editor, WVBC, SBOG, Pi Delta 
Epsilon, Who's Who Among College Students, Ox- 
ford Semester, Intramurals. 




THOMAS W. DUGAN, JR., Steubenville, OH, Alpha 
Sigma Phi, VIA, Spanish Club, Football. 



SUSAN ESCH, Chappaqua, NY, Goodnight, Pi Delta 
Epsilon, T.V. 3, Bethanian. 



148 




RUSSELL WAYNE WYATT, West Islip, NY, Delta 
Tau Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon, Sociology Club, 
WVBC, Tower, VIA, Intramurals, Theater. 





BRUCE RANSOM ANSCHUTZ, Westport, CT, Phi Kap- 
pa Tau, Pi Delta Epsilon, Alpha Phi Gamma, T.V. 3, 
WVBC, Renner Union Board, Intramurals, Male Chorus, 
Society of American Magicians. 




LARRY WHITMAN, Alexandria, VA, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, WVBC, Football, In- 
tramurals. 



SARAH E. GALLEHER, Newark, OH, Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi 
Delta Epsilon. 



149 




NANCY JEAN OLSON, Glen Ridge, N), Phi Mu - rush chairman, house manager, 
Pi Delta Epsilon, WVBC, T.V. 3, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister, Intramurals, 
Schiller College — London and Heidelberg. 




LOIS ANN WILLIAMS, Mendham, NJ, Campbell, Pi Delta 
Epsilon, T.V. 3, Intramurals. 




NEIL ANTHONY NAPPI, Union, NJ, Sigma Nu 
- commander, social chairman, SBOG — secre- 
tary, IFC, Resident Assistant, Tower, T.V. 3. 



150 





TORY TOLLEY, Johnson City, TN, Phi Mu. 



DEAN G. TILDEN, Glen Head, NY, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Renner Union Board — co-chairman, Pi 
Delta Epsilon, T.V. 3, Intramurals. 





DEBORAH L. PYLE, Wilmington, DE, Campbell, Pi Delta 
Epsilon, T.V. 3, Tower, Bethanian, Folio, SBOG. 



JOYCE L. DUMBAUGH, Weirton, WV, Zeta 
Tau Alpha — president, Tower, Bethanian, Ren- 
ner Union Program Chairman, Pi Delta Epsilon, 
Kalon. 



151 




JOSEPH VAILONIS, Hartford, CT, Alpha Sigma Phi - recording secretary, assist- 
ant house manager, Pi Delta Epsilon, VVV'BC, Football, Wrestling. 





WILLIAM L. WRIGHT, Sistersville, WV, 

Delta Tau Delta - Sgt. of Arms, Pi 
Delta Epsilon, Tower, VVV'BC, Sociology 
Club, Intramurals. 



SALLY SHUCK, Sewickley, PA, Phi Mu, Pi Delta Epsilon, In- 
tramurals. 



152 




JOHN BOWE, Lambertville, NJ, Sigma Nu. 



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BARB OTWAY, Princeton, NJ, Phi Mu - vice-presi- 
dent, Pi Delta Epsilon, Tower, VIA, Intramurals, Vol- 
leyball. 





PAUL ROMANO, Old Bridge, NJ, Pi Delta Epsilon, 
T.V. 3, Tower, Bethanian, Intramurals. 



FRAN "LEO" HAUS III, Pittsburgh, PA, Beta Theta Pi, 
Varsity B, German Club, Baseball, Basketball - cap- 
tain. 



153 





ALISON EVANS, Pittsburgh, PA, Alpha Xi Delta. 



ROBERT KAPRAL, Bellaire, OH, VVoolery, 
Pi Delta Epsilon, Tower, Track. United 
Way, Intramurals. 




ROBERT ARIKIAN, West Islip, NY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



154 




BUD HOWCROFT, Munhall, PA, Sigma Nu, 
T.V. 3, Folio, Harbinger, Football, Intramurals. 





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KATHY BARBARA WEINER, New Castle, PA, kappa Delta 
— president, Pi Delta Epsilon, Sigma Delta Pi, Who's Who 
in American Colleges, WVBC, Spanish Club, College 
Council, Tower, Choir, VIA, Oxford. 




JOE FARRELL, Valley Stream, NY, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, T.V. 3, WVBC, Tower, Pi Delta Epsilon, 
Baseball, Basketball, Intramurals. 



SINDE ISRAEL, Brookville, NY, Campbell, Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon, T.V. 3, Students Rights and Responsibilities Com- 
mittee, Economics Club. 



155 



ECONOMICS 





W. RANDOLPH COOEY 



CHARLES E. HALT 




JOHN D. DAVIS 




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DENNIS P. MOORE 



156 





RICHARD M. MANYPENNY, Newell, WV, Overflow, Omi- 
cron Delta Epsilon, Accounting Club — vice-president, Eco- 
nomics Club, Track, Intramurals. 



ROY D. DAVIS, )R., McMurray, PA, Beta 
Theta Pi, Varsity B, Economics Club, Swim 
Team. 




TERRY ALLEN TOOHEY, Barnesville, OH, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon — president, vice-president, In- 
tramurals. 




DAVID S. |ACKFERT, Wellsburg, WV, Woolery, Eco- 
nomics Club, Intramurals. 



157 




RANDY FENSKE, Weirton, WV, Beta Theta Pi, National 
Association ot Accountants, SBOG, Economics Club — 
president, Accounting Club. 




BRUCE CAMPBELL, Cadiz, OH, Beta Theta Pi. 




BURTON C. COIT, Washington, PA, Woolery. 




PETER "DUSTY" RHOADES, Woodbridge, CT, 

Omicron Delta Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, Who's 
Who, Economics Club, VVVBC, SBOG, Saturday 
School. 



158 




ROBERT R. MCKECHNIE, Putnam Valley, NY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 









IbmmnnmM 



SAMUEL G. DEBONE, Greensburg, PA, Beta Theta 
Pi, Economics Club, Omicron Delta Epsilon, In- 
tramurals. 



R. CHRISTIAN VON HOFFMAN, Montclair, NJ, 

Beta Theta Pi, Lacrosse Club — captain. 



159 




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DAN BRADLEY, Ridgewood, NJ, Overflow, SBOG, Student 
Court, Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer, Math Club, Econom- 
ics Club. 




BOB GREENWOOD, Barnesville, OH, Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon, Track. 




JAMES W. HOYT, Bethesda, MD, Kappa Alpha. 




LORI SARRACINO, Burgettstown, PA, Campbell, 
Lambda lota Tau, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon, SBOG, French Club, Economics Club, Messiah, 
Intramurals. 



160 




T. SCOTT THOMPSON, Cheswick, PA, Beta Theta Pi, 
College Athletic Council, Varsity B — vice-president, 
Economics Club — secretary, Basketball. 




VAIOS G. MAVIDES, Larissa, Greece, ISA, Soccer, 
Track. 





WILLIAM "WYSTERIA" LISOTTO, Verona, PA, 

McLean, Football. 



TIMOTHY CHARLES BIRD, Buchanan, NY, Sigma Nu 
— commander, Who's Who in American Colleges, 
Student Court, IFC, SBOG, Renner Union Board, 
College Council, Baseball. 



161 





FRANK JOHNSON, Ridgewood, NJ, 

McEachern, VIA, Intramurals. 



DAVID W. HORTON, Knox, PA, Woolery, Omicron Delta 
Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Delta Pi, Gamma Sig- 
ma Kappa, Math Club, SBOG, Economics Club, Senior 
Fellow, Saturday School. 




STEPHEN K. CHERNICKY, Bethel Park, PA, Beta Theta Pi - president, Economics 
Club, College Council, Lacrosse Club, Marathon Basketball, Basketball. 



162 




EDUCATION 




DEBORAH SLADE 



DOROTHY HUESTIS 





MARIA LEWIS 



JOHN U. DAVIS 



163 





W. KIRK AVERY 



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MARY ANN YEE, Wheeling, WV, Kappa Del- 
ta, Spanish Club, SNEA - president, secre- 
tary, Intramurals. 





ELIZABETH ACKER, Northport, NY, Kappa Delta, Sigma 
Delta Pi, SNEA, Spanish Club. 



KAREN WELLING, Ruxton, MD, Phi Mu, 

Field Hockey, Lacrosse. 



164 





BRUCE BATCHELDER, Gambier, OH, Woolery. 



MARGARET TAYLOR, Medford, NJ, kappa Delta, 
SNEA, Intramurals. 





PATRICIA S. BARNETT, Steubenville, OH, Kappa Delta, 
SNEA. 








JONATHAN W. R. LAMB, Canton, OH, Kalon, 
Alpha Psi Omega, Lambda lota Tau, Who's Who 
in American Colleges, Senior Fellow, Saturday 
School. 



165 



ENGLISH 





LARRY E. GRIMES 



HELEN LOUISE McGUFFIE 





ANTHONY L. MITCH 



ROBYN R. COLE 



166 




CYNTHIA DODD, Milford, CT, Campbell, Lambda lota Tau, Peace Studies, Band. 





JEFFREY SEGLIN, Williamsburg, VA, Lambda 
lota Tau - president, Pi Delta Epsilon, Who's 
Who in American Colleges, Kalon, Senior Fel- 
low, Student Court. 



KIMBERLY S. PARTL, Fanwood, NJ, Kappa Delta, Lambda 
lota Tau, Gamma Sigma Kappa, Messiah, Tower, WVBC, 
Oxford Semester, Intramurals. 



167 





SUSAN KATHLEEN HARMAN, Weir- 
ton, WV, Pi Beta Phi - vice-presi- 
dent, Lambda lota Tau, Intramurals. 





MARK E. STOECKLE, Sewickley, PA, Overflow, Lambda lota 
Tau - vice-president, Who's Who in American Colleges, Har- 
binger — assistant editor, T.Y. 3, Track, Resident Assistant, 
Intramurals. 




JOHN FRANKLIN JAMESON III, Arlington, 

VA, McLean, Alpha Psi Omega. 



ANDREA ROCK, Wheeling, WV, Phillips, Lambda lota Tau, 
Senior Fellow, Harbinger — assistant editor. 



168 




DAVID MICHAEL McDONNELL, Lebanon, PA, Phi Kappa 
Tau - secretary, Lambda lota Tau, Gamma Sigma Kappa - 
president, Pi Delta Epsilon - secretary-treasurer, Out- 
standing junior Man, Senior Fellow. 



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FAY AMY PARKER, Lenox, MA, Campbel 



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RICHARD E. DORAN, Jacksonville, FL, 

Overflow. 



J. WILLIAM TROMBADORE, Bound Brook, NJ, Phi Kappa 
Tau - corresponding secretary, Lambda lota Tau, Saturday 
School, WVBC, Intramurals. 



169 





DIANA K. DULANEY, Pine Grove, WV, Pi Beta 
Phi, Debate Club, Lambda lota Tau. 



SUSAN KAY STADTLER, Greensburg, PA, Pi Beta Phi, 
Lambda lota Tau, Intramurals, Messiah, Oxford Semes- 
ter. 





ALLISON L. HODGETT, Bethel Park, PA, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Kalon. 



JEFFREY W. VALLEY, McMurray, PA, Sigma Nu, 
Oxford Semester. 



170 



FINE ARTS 




JOHN R. TAYLOR 




FOREIGN 
LANGUAGES 




ANN LESLIE HAMILTON, West Caldwell, NJ, Goodnight, Satur- 
day School, Agape, CLEW - secretary, Kappa Pi - secretary. 



MARJORIE T. CARTY 



171 





LEONORA B. CAYARD 



SANTIAGO GARCIA 





ALAIN G. DE-SARRAN 



PAULINE R. NELSON 



172 




HISTORY 
POLI-SCIENCE 




A. ROY KIRKPATRICK 



HUGH R. ENGSTROM. IR. 





JOHN W. LOZIER 



DOROTHY C. DONNELLY 



173 





WILLIAM L. YOUNG 



DAVID LIDEN 




JOHN P. BREY, Gladstone, NJ, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 




JUDITH ALLENE FRAZE, Saxonburg, PA, Zeta Tau 
Alpha, Washington Semester. 



174 





DAVID CHABAL, Tarentum, PA, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Al- 
pha Theta — secretary, treasurer, Senior Fellow, In- 
tramurals. 



PHILLIP E. LINTON, Warren, OH, Alpha Sigma 

Phi. 





CHRISTOPHER D. QUINN, Lancaster, PA, Beta Theta Pi 



DAVID S. BROOKS, Connellsville, PA, Beta 
Theta Pi. 



175 





MARC BRYAN CHERNENKO, Wellsburg, WV, Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon — vice president, SBOG — presi- 
dent, Kalon, Who's Who Among College Stu- 
dents, Tennis, Intramurals. 



JEFFREY R. NAMY, Pittsburgh, PA, Beta Theta Pi, 
Football, Lacrosse, Intramurals. 





JAMES GEHLING, Grand Rapids, Ml, McLean, 
Phi Alpha Theta, Assistant Soccer Coach. 



SCOTT S. BROOKS, Randallstown, MD, 

Beta Theta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta - presi- 
dent, Lacrosse - Captain, Practicum 
Committee, Economics Club. 



176 



INTERDISCIPLINARY 





STANLEY L. BECKER 



IAN CARRUS, Plantation, FL, Phi Kappa Tau -- rush 
chairman, Intramurals, Bethany Fire Department and 
Rescue Squad, Brooke County Ambulance Squad. 




DIANE LEWIS, McKees Rocks, PA, Campbell, 
Folio — editor, SBOG — vice-president, Resident 
Assistant, Gamma Sigma Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, 
Kappa Pi, Who's Who in Colleges. 




JOSEPH G. RADVAN, Brackenridge, PA, Delta Tau 
Delta, Intramurals. 



177 



MATH 





DAVID T. BROWN 



NIKOLAY WILLIAMS 




JOHN M. ATKINS 



178 




JAMES E. ALLISON 





JOANNE Dl LEO, Port Chester, NY, 

Goodnight, Sigma Delta Pi - president, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Senior Fellow, Math 
Club — president, Intramurals. 



MUSIC 




OLIVER MANNING 



ALBERT R. DEVAUL 



179 





NINA G. McGOWAN 



WILLIAM P. CROSBIE 




C. ANN STAVIS, Richmond Hill, NY, 

Goodnight, Society for Creative Anachron- 
ism, Saturday School, Choir, Renner Union 
Board, Intramurals. 




CECILIA "CECIL" D. STONE, Salisbury, VT, Goodnight, Phi 
Alpha Theta, French Club, Brass Choir, Band. 




180 



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MARCIA ANN ELROD, Harrison, OH, Peace Studies, Choir, Band, Messiah, Mental 
Health Task Force. 




PHILOSOPHY 




ROBERT E. MYERS 



JO ANN TREUMANN, Teaneck, NJ, Campbell, Senior 
Fellow, Philosophy Club, SBOG, Girl Scout Leader. 



181 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 





DAVID M. HUTTER 



JOHN R. POPE, JR. 




SALLY I. DORWART 





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SUSAN W. HANNA 



182 





D. BARRY McCOY 



MICHAEL W. SHERWOOD 





JAMES E. DAFLER 



E. DONALD AULT 



183 




JOHN IANIGRO, Canton, OH, Beta Theta Pi. 




JACK ROBERT CLUTTER, Lake 
Worth, FL, Sigma Nu. Baseball, In- 
tramurals. 




WENDY ANN COLE, Morristown, NJ, Goodnight, 
Delta Tau Delta Little Sister, Education Advisory 
Committee, Field Hockey. 



BARBARA BABSON, Chittenango, NY, 

Goodnight, Delta Tau Delta Little Sister. 



184 





LINDA CAROL STANSBERY, Columbus, OH, Pi 

Beta Phi, Practicum Committee, Peer Help Center, 
Phi Delta Psi — secretary, Intramurals. 



JOE MILDE, Chatham, NJ, Sigma 
Nu, Phi Delta Psi. 





VINCE DISTAZIO, Pittsburgh, PA, Sigma Nu, Var- 
sity B, Football. 



CHARLES DOUGLAS GROSSO, Pittsburgh, 

PA, Sigma Nu, Varsity B. Football. 



185 



PHYSICS 





KWO SUN CHU 



WILLIAM R. HUDNALL 





MARK O. SCHMIDT, Leechburg, PA, Beta Theta Pi - vice- 
president, scholarship chairman. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Kalon, 
|.S.V. Allen Award in Physics, Who's Who in American 
Colleges, Track, Cross Country. 



DOUGLAS ). PFENDLER, Leeper, PA, Delta 
Tau Delia, Kappa Mu Epsilon, |.S.V. Allen 
Award in Physics, Senior Fellow, Physics 
Club - president, Wrestling. 



186 




PSYCHOLOGY 




T. GALE THOMPSON 



J. TREVOR PEIRCE 





TIMOTHY PAUL SPRAGUE, Ellsworth, PA, Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon, SBOG, Saturday School, CLEW, Agape, Psychology 
Club, Practicum Committee. 



187 




CLAUDIA E. COLNAR, Pittsburgh, PA, 

Campbell, German Club — vice-president, 
Psychology Club — treasurer, VIA, Chamber 
Music, Messiah. 





JOCELYN CRIDER, Charleston, WV, Campbell, ISA, Mental 
Health Task Force, Psychology Society, Spanish Club, 1977 
Vira I. Heinz Award. 



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R.D. BOKANOVICH, JR., Moundsville, WV, 

Sigma Nu, SBOG, Intramurals. 



BILL HERSHBERGER, Cumberland, MD, Kappa Alpha, Psy- 
chology Society. 



188 




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DENO EMILI, Latrobe, PA, McLean. 




LARRY "THE CREECH", Charleston, WV, Overflow, Saturday 
School, Energy Conservation Committee, Presidential Committee, 
Audubon Club, Intramurals. 





DONNA JEAN CASSARINO, Bethesda, MD, Pi 

Beta Phi, Psychology Society - secretary, In- 
tramurals, Messiah Choir. 



CHARLES DONALD, New Caanan, CT, Kappa Al- 
pha. 



189 




WILLIAM B. DYE JR., Huntsville, Al, Phi kappa Tau, Campus Audubon Society, 
Beta Beta Beta Saturday School. 





CHARLES H. WILSON, North Irwin, PA, Phi Kappa 
Tau, Political Affairs Club — treasurer, Psychology 
Society — president. 



ANN L. ADAMS, Cadiz, OH, Zeta Tau Alpha. 



190 




STEPHEN A. CULLUM, Cedar Grove, NJ, Sigma Nu, VIA, Wrestling, 
Intramurals. 




CATHERINE REGINA COOK, Wheeling, 

WV, Psychology Society, Marshall Schol- 
arship Nominee, Danforth Scholarship 
Nominee. 




W. JAMES HOPKINS, Laurel, DE, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, IFC - president, Intramurals, Track. 






191 




SUE MAPLETOFT, Chatham, N), Phi Mu, Psychology Society, Field 
Hockey, Basketball, Athletic Committee. 





LINDE j. HARDY, Pittsburgh, PA, Campbell, Gresham 
Day, Psychology Society, Varsity Basketball. 



CRAIG W. CARSE, Sistersville, WV, Psychology 
Society, Varsity B, Resident Assistant, Phi Delta 
Psi — president, Basketball, Track. 



192 





RICHARD B. KENNEY 



RON W. WALDEN 





RELIGIOUS 
STUDIES 



BURTON B. THURSTON 



193 





MARTIN S. FIELD, Salem, OH, Phi Kappa 
Tau, Theater, Male Chorus, Messiah, Choir, 
Intramurals. 



BOB SHAW, Monongahela, PA, Phi Kappa Tau, Intramurals. 




TIMOTHY LON SMITH, Haworth, NJ. 

Phi Kappa Tau — president, vice-presi- 
dent, Pi Delta Epsilon, VVVBC, College 
Council, German Club. 




STEPHENSON D. BOND, Bethany, WV. 



194 




SOCIOLOGY 




DENNIS W. MOLNAR, Valencia, PA, Delta Tau 
Delta, Intramurals. 



MERRILL A. NEEDHAM, JR. 




JANET A. LONG, Crooksville, OH, Pi Beta Phi 
— president, Gamma Sigma Kappa — vice- 
president, Phi Kappa Tau Girl of the Year, 
Outstanding Junior Woman. 




RICHARD S. WILLEN 



195 



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JILL EMBERSITS, Pittsburgh, PA, Phi Mu, Sociology 
Club, Volleyball - captain, Intramurals. 



MARK RICHARD BENZ, Mt. Prospect, IL, Delta 
Tau Delta — president, College Council, SBOG, 
IFC, Assistant Manager to Girl's Softball Club. 




DAVID J. JUDY 



196 





DAVID VONSALIS, Irvingston, NY, Woolery. 



META LASCH 




SENIORS NOT PICTURED: 



JONATHAN HYDE 
SUSAN SCHERRER 
JEFFREY A. WHEELER 
LANCE ARONSON 
JACK MACKOUSE 
MARY K. STEWART 
LINDA NANNIG 
JULIE BELL 

RAYMOND T. HOMZA 
GEORGE M. DAVIS 
CHERISE MOORE 
ANDREW CAREY 
KEVIN GALLAGHER 
GAIL GREENLEAF 
JULIE GILMORE 
THOMAS R. BRIGGS 
LAWRENCE F. ALTMANN 
GREG ALLEN 
SEAN OLEARY 
DENNIS GOLDSMITH 
STEPHEN MIKLAS 
KATHLEEN ROONEY 



JOYCE ELLEN HARRY, Hubbard, OH, Zeta Tau 
Alpha. 



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