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Bethany, West Virginia 




As the leaves start to change, we begin our 
journey to Bethany. Just over the hill or around 
the next bend is our home for the next nine 
months. Fall offers newness, different ex- 
periences, strange faces, challenging courses and 
interesting roommates. Freshmen move in with 
hopes of getting into the swing of things. They 
attend their first all-campus party, meet the col- 
lege president and some even try their first beer. 
Day by day the rotation of classes and professors 
gets to be routine. There are set times now to go 
to breakfast, lunch, dinner and the P.O. Satur- 
day's are busy with football, soccer and field 
hockey. Everyone is outside trying to get in all the 
studying they can before winter hits. Fall marked 
FHomecoming with the crowning of Sue Brigham 
as queen, the Delts winning the float com- 
petition, a rugged football game and dancing to 
Lester Lanin. It's the time for the Delt Heaven 
and FHell, Zeta halloween party, the KD pumpkin 
carving and Halloween caroling, the Phi Mu 
Boos, Phi Tau corn roast, the Beta Fall Ball and 
many more! And all along the Sophomore Slump 
is there, the Juniors begin their preparation to be 
Seniors, and the Seniors complete their long pro- 
cess of doing practicums, senior projects, re- 
sumes, comps and finally graduating. 






Winter takes over as the air starts to get cold. 
Winter coats and down vests become the fashion 
on cam|ius. People begin to cram for those extra 
points needed to pass a course and finish papers 
due in two weeks before. Thanksgiving and 
Christmas bring an extra special treat of good 
food. The Alpha Sigs celebrate their Founder's 
Day with a special ceremony. Santa Claus begins 
to appear and the snow starts to fall. Dates are 
being sought for Xmas formals. Gowns and suits 
are finally brought out of the closet. The Fresh- 
men decorate Renner Too for the first Freshmen 
Formal to be held there. The Sigma Nu's let their 
beards grow and make a stop at the Salvation 
Army for Bowery Brawl clothes. Pixie Parties and 
gifts of friendship end the semester. januar\ 
brings snow and more snow. Students come back 
to pick up extra courses and Seniors take comps. 
Registration begins for the second semester on a 
Sunday and classes begin all over again. Bid Da\ 
is upon the Freshmen and demands a decision 
which will affect the course of the next three 
years. A snow carnival prevails with sled rides 
down the Cresham House hill, tug of war and 
statues for George Washington's birthda\. Pledg- 
ing begins. The weather warms up a little and 
Spring Break finalK comes! 



Spring hits Bethany with a spurge of playing 
tennis, throwing frisbees and studying in the sun. 
Shorts and T-shirts are worn with a flair. Sororities 
and fraternities hold the spring weekends. The 
KA's march to Phillips to invite the belles to the 
Dixie Ball. Honors Day recognizes dedicated stu- 
dents; May Morning Breakfast toasts the Senior 
women, Parent's Weekend and Spring Weekend 
emphasizes good times. And don't forget the 
Perry Gresham Day parade. Commencement 
causes conflicting feelings of "I'm finally getting 
out of here." and "Boy, am I gomg to miss this 
place." It is the time of relief and satisfaction, 
apprehension of the future and the sad recogni- 
tion that this is the last day of being a student at 
Bethany. 











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1979 BETHANIAN STAFF 

EDITOR: Patricia Schodder 
FACULTY ADVISOR: Ruth Westlake 
SECTION EDITORS: 

Housing: Valerie Bellofatto 
Faculty: Dave Hodge 
Activities: Debbie Oakley 

ARTIST: Frank Merryman, Mike Mulvaney, Ardyth 
Cope. 

HEAD PHOTOGRAPHERS: |im Zeithmal, Kim 
Ravenda, Cindy Testa, Robin Breithaupt. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS: Hal Leu, Sue Schwartz, Glen 
Glawronski, Ann Martino, Doug Holmes, Pete 
Cunningham, Amy Formichella, Tamara Tor- 
mohlen, Karen Wallace, Sarah Bunkley, Moya 
Melnick, Patty Schodder, Sean Harry. 

STAFF: Jenni Lester, Heather Truschel, Sue Brig- 
ham, Win Halkyard, Eric Schult, Rich Meyer, 
Beth Cullis, Joanne Jafferey, Lisa Carlson, Sha- 
ron Patterson, Melanie Garrett, Melissa 
Kearney. 

Color Photos Contributed by: Russ Nicely, Russ 
Rogerson, Pat White, Laura Lee, Harry Mainzer, 
Dick Leitch, Melinda Elliot, Michelle Schryver, 
Diana Filippi, Ellen Trebilcock. 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Essay 1 

People Section 10 

Housing 12 

Faculty 50 

Fall Section 76 

Activities 78 

Sports 80 

Organizations 92 

Activities 104 

Winter Section 110 

Sports 1 12 

Activities Ufa 

Spring Section 126 

Activities '28 

Sports 134 

Activities 1-^-1 

Seniors ' 5C) 

Essay 200 







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Housing 



Home away from home . . . "my 
place" ... an identity . . . party 
place . . . buddies . . . inside jokes 
. . . roommates . . . four years of 
moving around . . . the older you 
get the farther away you get . . . 
memorable moments . . . unity . . . 







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Kappa 
Delta 



Le Freak . . . Edmo and the KD 
house ... Mr. Bill ... Tara's spa- 
ghetti . . . Disco . . . Daytona here 
we come . . . thorns and roses . . . 
eat my shorts . . . you l.S. . . . Win 
and |im . . . Woody's Goody . , . 
scholarship cup ... streaker ... 
most powerful women . . . Pitts- 
burgh ... O.J. ... Amazing ... 
tongue award . . . engagements . . . 
compa in January ... eat and run 
. . . token black . . . scavenger hunt 
and Paul, Dave, Keith . . . Kidnap 
. . . gang bang . . . violent love . . . 
airheads . . . A.O.T. ... 2 distinct 
sisters . . . spitting champions . . . 
hideous . . . R.P. & C.P. ... I saw 
the pin . . . 









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First row, left to right: |udy Rodgers, Lori Atkinson, Ann Lee, Beth Grace, Patty Schodder. Second row: Barb 
Martinchich, Margaret Kemp, Donna Staderman, Beth Cullis, Pat White. Third row; Laura Lee, Barb Goresh, Sue 
Carse, Carey Kohler, Gay Glenn, Cyndie lones, Louise Reass, Debbie Oakley. Fourth row: Sharon Patterson, Sue 
McCandless, Terri Wallace, Win Halkyard, Lisa Carlson, loanne laffrey, Tara Renner. 



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Kappa Alpha 



First row, left to right: Kenny Jacobs, Gary Kurtz, Second row: Billy Dennison, Kevin Bradley, Russ Onofrlo, Drew 
McConaghy, Mark Gorton. Third row: Les Bek, Brent Myers, Brad Catalano, Paul Furlong, Chris Matthai, Jeff Sieber, Ted 
DeSelding, Chris loest. Matt O'Shea, Tim Paulis. Fourth row: Bruce Blank, Greg Hammarmen, Dave Tomer, Bill Doughty, Paul 
Denfeld, Fifth row: Dave Otto, Bobby Hill, Bill FHeslin, Chuck Nalbantian, Chip Carpenter, Sixth row: |im FHoward, Dave 
Shapiro, Bill Feeney, Neil lohnson, Craig Liggett, Ralph Artuso, Eric Wilcox 





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Dixie Ball y'all ... m \ C's ... 
Horizontal man . . . octobervest 
. . . Eric, the plate washer . . . 
soccer is a kick in the grass . . . 
do the Drew . . . weak . . . cata- 
lano goes east (on) . . . Mr. En- 
thusiasm . . . amundo . . . To- 
mer and Hill . . . thai in exile . . . 
otto's fender repair . . . the trav- 
eling piano show . . . top 40 
teddy . . . wall sitting . . . hawk 
— the first time's the best ... 
the great KA flood . . . Eckerl 
ego . . . battlin' . . . the Lurch 
shuffle . . . suchkin'face . . . 
Kurtz go home again? . . . lusty 
wenches . . . grudge . . . jailbirds 
sponge . . . gates of oz ... ^ 
engagements . . . for god and 
women . . . 



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Front to back: Russell Rogerson, Tom Denne, Dale Grosso, Win Halkyard, Dave lablonowski, |erry Nanni, Mike DiStazio, |oe Carley, Phil 
Healy, Doug Bailey, Fred Congola, Mark Swiger, Francis Matthews, Ross Kleiner, |ohn Tritschler, |ohn Sholhead, Bill Kiser, Greg 
Dulkowski, Bob McCann, Ricky Villani, Ed Remus, Tom Price, Dave Vella, Mark Wawrzeniak, lay Outland, Frank Bazzano, laimie FHess, 
Jeff Flick, leff Severino, |oe Nappi, |eff Faust, Dave Edwards, Greg FHutchison, Ross Fowler, Dan Vogelhuber, |ohn Haberfield, Steve 
Zsigray, Marty Maag, Ken Gongola, Randall Peters, Rob Forner. 



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JOB SON 




Woofie vs. Quasimodo . . . Perry, the tat sow 
... "The dryer's broken again ... Puking on 
Brawl Night . . . Pierce Tapes 79 . . . soggy oggy 
. . . false . . . lusty, crusty wench . . . Epner- 
Captain Recreation . . . "What vacuum clea- 
ner?" . . . Munhall on ice . . . Eddie Munster and 
Hogs, Inc ... Miss Piggy and the smokehouse 
. . . Scum . . . "The beard's on the rag" . . . 
Dollars, Taxes . . . the pool balls . . . "Head tor 
the Ranch" . . . "Where's our T.V.?" . . . "It's not 
that I want to drink, I have too." ... 1st female 
hanging . . . mass B-hits . . . packin' our bags . . . 
headers, headers, headers . . . "Where's 
Tritsch?" . . . Roxanne . . . 



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"Albho" . . . super (fog) . . . "wub- 
bish" . . . "that really jags me" . . . 
"hard roll Blaner" . . . Heaven n' 
hell . . . brownies . . . cloud 9 . . . 
hell upside down . . . Hell week 
. . . Act I, take I ... disco ex- 
perience . . . cars vs. house trailers 
. . . Pete's new toy . . . "Oh boy. 
Rocky Horror Show" . . . Sams . . . 
go for it . . . "outa of here" . . . 
goodnight Hal . . . "season's greet- 
ings — on Morlan" . . . life on the 

unknown hill . . . f great . . . 

Ira, the jag artist . . . Hooter . . . 
late night study session wing 4 . . . 
Penn's game ... 6 of the best . . . 





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Delta 

Tau 

Delta 



First row, left to right: Todd Williams. Second row: Hal Leu, Nancy Brewster, Carolyn Baney, Dot Vojvodich, 
Neil Leitch, Terri Wallace, |im Devlin. Third row; |oel Shuman, Alison Davies, Eric Rhodes, Nancy 
McLaughlin, Heather Trushel, Ned Ferris, George Couch, Rich Meyer, Nan Nackoul Fourth row: Bill Bossley, 
Kerry Sparks, Linda Kelsesky, |ohn Serra, Steve Ebbetis, Eric Schult, lohn Lau, Brian Starkey, Pete Fraiman, 
Steve Burtield, Kristen Cady. 





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Phi Mu 





First row, left to right: Ann Martino, Sue Kaplan, Alison Davies. Second row: Carolyn Baney, Chris Palmer, 
Penny Poirier, Michelle Schryver, Beth Rommel, Scarlett Foster, Liz Stevens. Third row: Linda Stokes, Sue 
Sniegocki, Sheila Baskett. Fourth row: Debbie Scheirer, Melinda Elliott, Patty Allinder, |ae Titus. Fifth row: 
Peggy Brown, Tina Tolley. Sixth row: Lee Ann Pierce, Cindi Woodyard, Sue Klein, Jackie FHeaton, Ceorgann 
Reed, Diana Filippi, Doreen Trudeau, Robin Breithaupt. Seventh row: Kathy Madison, Connie Carpenter, 
Marcy FHurl, Chris Klein, Lee Ann Paquette, losette Cicone, Karen Cuida, Ellen Trebilcock, Karen 
Woodworth. Eighth row: Cindy Marks, Arden Rosfeld, Kathy Chadwick, Sue Williams, Tamara Tromohlen, 
Linda Keale, Terri Zabrucky, Sue Sniegocki, Sue Brigham. Ninth row: Sue Bulick, Sherri Ryan, Kathy Talley, 
Cathy Palmer, Cindy Thome, ludy Flynn, Sue Criste, Amy Formichella, Missy Kearney, |ody Densberger. 



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Rally day ... 71 people - we're bigger than the Betas . . . Susie 13. and Chris P 
- the queen and part of her court . . . steak and bean ... 3 legacies 
monopoly on cheerleaders . . . senior rock rac - Liz wins . . . "she's a very nice 
girl" . . . end of an era - Sig to KA . . . "who's got our composite this week?" 
. . . IVi sets of twins . . . "the dryer's busted again . . . Rye Wheat Moo Moo 
Supreme's imitations ... robbing the cradle, ... scoops and scenes ... phi's 
open house . . . Thompson's got the biggest room m the house . . . boyfriends 
abroad . . . Beany 4-eyes and Sorrey, . . . crashed mixers . . . hats, sun glasses & 
sweats . . . name those goons . . . sisters . . . LIOB . . . 





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First row, left to right: Mike Laughner, Tina Phillips, lodi Delonge, Beth Ferguson. Second rou Sarah Beth Lambert, 
lenny Maurer, Kristin Daniels, Mark Runyon, Dave Hodge, Nora Melnick. Thidr row: Ann Daily, Dan Whitfield, Scott 
Sunshine, Scott Lesiak, |ohn Faber, Werdie Van Arsdale, Tom Abrams, Mark Repco, Tim Dunn. Fourth row: Rachel 
Long, Frank Merriman, Beth Culiis, FHarry Mainzer, Tom Smith, Andy Wessels, Rob FHill, Dave Weber. Fifth row: )ohn 
Shabb, Darrell Vandervolt, Darrell Simmermaker, Debbie Oakley, Anne Roller, Mark Stultz, Keith Crawford, Paul Raub, 
John Sayers. Sixth row: Jenifer Beck, Tim Bartlett, Lauren Chase, Kevin Jazemski, Gary Bergman, Eliud Cautier. 




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Corn roast . . . mud football . . . playing solataire til dawn . . . Lucky Lady Lounge . . . "Grunt, you again?" . . . 
obnoxious, Buffalo . . . bizarre . . . Sams . . . House Mama . . . the Easter Bunny . . . "Turk" . . . aye . . . the captain 
. . . Kill the crow . . . SUVT . . . bagels . . . kielbassa, peanuts and beer . . . worshipping the porcelin god . . . the 
fabric of time and space . . . Mr. Bill gets toasty . . . Asylum LIVE records . . . return of F.P.M. . . . 2,000 year old 
senior . . . presidential course, the power elite . . . snow Nixon . . . Alumni weekend . . . pro/con/conpro . . . 
water, sun and suds . . . Zeppo cream . . . Kings Island . . . did anybody invite Deets? . . . graduation, so long, 
not goodbye. 



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Alpha 

Xi 

Delta 





First row, left to right: Cindy Dignazio, Pat Dautel, Sharon Roth, Darlene Anuskewicz, Cinny Rusticci, 
Mette Fjaere. Second row: Cindy Fulton, |oanne Daoust, Millicent Connor, Wendy Hickok, Ann Royston, 
Holly Hadigian, Liz Sentell, Anne Daly, Lisa Traub, Sally Bovie, Third row: Karsta Meyers, Tammy 
Feldman, Carol Moeller, Nora Bonville, Donna Palermo, Val Morris, Sue Haley, Gail Selden, Denise 
Pangersis, Dorothy Walker, leannette Stubbs. Fourth row: Kim Borelli, Lori Dragonir, Maria Catignani, 
Kathy Dewey. Fifth row: lean Whalen, Lori Fay, Lisa Bissell. Sixth row: Debi Utterbaugh, Hilary Hyde, 
Lynn Havenmeyer. 



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We are the Alpha Xi Raiders 
. . . tun and games . . . the 
loft ... the cave . . . MIA . . . 
Hoopie party . . . G-R-E-A-T 
. . . Mott Sisters . . . shuur . . . 
kami kazi . . . weak wears . . . 
DeBat . . . Linda . . . smut . . . 
Fred . . . wunderbar . . . WAD 
. . . weak . . . weant . . . trays 
& chez . . . lounge woman 
. . . B-Ball champs .. . DERS 
. . . moms . . . stale . . . Hee 
Hee Hee Hee . . . like mother 
like daughter . . . beer pong 
& quarters . . . V-Day mas- 
sacre . . . Oh, Yea . . . Mork 
around the T\ ... BOOSH 
. . . Lu'Au-Aloha . . . 



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Beta 

Theta 

Pi 





The house . . . 974 . , . the dreaded . . . Howdy Boys . . . Lude . . . too lit . . . Hulk 
and Bird . . . breakdown and go . . . the world's oldenst ... 11 o'clock club . . . 
get up, let out of here . . . Pedro and Lip . . . football captains . . . noids . . . 
Friday night live . . . sophomores . . . executive decisions . . . Weedhopper . , . 
Greek sing . . . sure ... all day Ray . . . Miami for coffee . . . extremely doubtful 
. . . steelheads . . . south . . . peanut butter his . . . Canaan Valley . . . WVU mixer 
. . . the boss and destruction ... are you guys done yet? . . . Peach . . . smooth 
. . . roadtrip . . . district chief . . . radi on entebbe . . . King . . . drink till you drop 
. . . the Reverand ... I like your style . . . Hazel and Colonel . . . siders . . . Egs 
and Kip ... Porky, P), Scorp, Dino, Bruce, Chubby Puddin' ... Going for a 
swim ... 4 in a van to Florida . . . "you got your ID — get in the car" ... no one 
takes me serious ... illegal aliens ... B and B ... Grunt ... Hammond 
destruction and construction . . . Cool Ray . . . medicine . . . translator . . . 
monry . . . something special . . . anything is possible with love and under- 
standing . . . 



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FirsI row, left lo right: Dino DeFlavio, Dave Egan, |ohn Alexander, Dave Cotlington, Clyde, Mike Kozar, Dave 
Cundling, Bil Railing, Second row: Dave Neurohr, Bill Wright, Mark Cenard, Dave Collins, Mike Fedun, Kevin 
Kelhofer, Scott Lanz. Third row: David Hess, Tom Emery, |im Pool, Kip Lewis, Mark Scorpion, Rirk Zarnorh, Gary 
Hammond, Ray Smith, E. Hayes, Mark Brooks, lim Scaffidi. Fourth row: Roh Rivera, Bill Hickock, Mike Bromley, Tim 
Ford, Bruce Kaiser, Doug Owens, Dave Marsh, Mike Dorsey, lohn Shope, lohn Lipinski, Terry Bruno, Bruce Bolkin, 
Last row: Dave Petrel, Greg lordan, Denny Williams, Gary Frankhouser, Todd DeSantis, Mike Murphy, Kevin 
Holewinski, |im Lane, Greg Dornslauder, Chris Hayes, ).B. Graham, Art Bertol, Lee Frankhouser, Mike Stahanczyk, 
Doug Cameron, Dennis Evans, Dr. Richard Kenny, left Boucek 






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First row, left to right: Cindy Hackett, Karen Franks, Barb Berghorn, Sue High, Dawn Huff, Pam Peterson, Michele Armstrong, Patty 
Head, Carol Prince, Debbie Young, Cindy Davis, MaryEllen Tait. Second row: Debbie Burns, Tricia Malley, )an Drogowski, Faith 
Skowronski, Naila Saba, TruDee Kamaras, Betsy Carey, Jill Flanick, Sara Waxman, Caryn Teutsch, Elise Harvey, Jill Heinrich, Joanne 
Risucci, Laurie Dobkin, Heidi Kossuth, Amy Holzhausen. 



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Fire ... "I will survive" . . . sit- 
ting cheek to cheek, two in a 
seat ... no trays . . . How ya 
doin' ... 52 quarts of beer . . . 
with the best C.D.Z.P.'s ... all 
lit up . . . "As TruDee Turns" . . . 
what turntable? . . . pizza, pop, 
and cigarettes . . . Welcome to 
Zeta Beach . . . Hey TP man, 
where ya been? . . . warpaint 
and Zeta shoes . . . designer 
leans . . , the KA mixer can- 
celled ... he said hi to me, let's 
get lit ... local disaster area, 
we love abuse . . . whose pin- 
ning circle this time? . . . p-jam- 
ming 



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Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




First row, left to right: Russell Harding, Mark Sloan, Dave Borda, Bruce Stone, Rex lohnson, Kevin Halter. 
Second row: Dave Seitz, Bob Campbell, Rick Stiffey, Paul Capuano, |ohn Bradley, Vic Celo, leff Babcock, Mike 
Arikian. Third row: Jim Greenwood, Glenn Gawronski, Greg Hicks, Ian Armstrong, Kevin Murray, Bill Davenport, 
leff Hall. Fourth row: Mike Young, Alec Noble, Rich Foge, Keith Swarm, Phil Ruggieri. 




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Virgin Stud . . . chocolate chips . . . Hedge Hog . . . ugly 
club ... Tim's ... food club ... criminal house ... 
Stump Wad and the Nose . . . flaming broom runs . . . 
Boone's Farm Party . . . Big Bird Boyd . . . malicious 
vandal . . . DUI . . . puppy . . . the pit . . . the clams . . . 
dead deers . . . block party . . . keg count . . . the 
Unknown Stud . . . Virginia Beach . . . Pumpkin Festival 
... Comer's on the lake (N)) ... the cause ... dog 
races ... Czek ... |oe Cool Squirrel Head ... Disco 
Dego . . . Mobly . . . downstairs lounge door . . . student 
court . . . Macho Brad . . . "gotta buck for beer?" , . . dirt 
patrol . . . 



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Pi 

Beta 

Phi 





First row, left to right: Linda Unger, Amy Handley, |ulie O'Neil, Edith Crane. Second row: Karen Clark, Anne Roller, Wendy Kuhn, Vickl 
Barkhurst, Margaret Lea Warner. Third row: Lauren Chase, |an Mlllerick, Jennifer Beck. 



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Smut . . . Hey Moe . . . My 
bologna had a first name 
. . . hey roo . . . Wah . . . 
C.S. . . . Maude & Celeste 
. . . obnoxious pledges . . . 
you're so bad . . . mauno 
loa ... ooh baby ... be 
kind to Wendy week . . . 
GAE . . . Oktoberfest . . . 
little brothers ... go for it 
. . . tilt to the left . . . 



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Alpha Sigma Phi 





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Point Breeze Boys . . . footly . . . 
Aster ... big John . . . HEADERS 
... all pride outside . . . FAP . . . 
no-show Perkins . . . volleyball . . . 
and swimming champs . . . 200 
medley record ... Wimpy ... 
speed . . . Bellaire at Bethany . . . 
gas leaks & the Fire department 
. . . Mac & Cheese . . . gimp Pete 
Clough . . . McQualuide . . . 
Hoodwinks . . . Dub-what . . . Ra- 
dioactive party at Charlton's . . . 
big 50th celebration . . . Bookstore 
and CC's pond . . . penthouse and 
the historic double seater . . . 
Ritchard Litchard . . . beer pong in 
the refurnished Pit ... the Colo- 
nel and Jessica . . . the duck pond 
committee . . . peanut butter or 
sex . . . 




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First row, left to right: Bruce Matthews. Second row; Eric RicJgeway, |or Amato, Danny Martich, Harry Charlton, Pete 
Masone, Bart Balint. Thirci row: Scott Taylor, John Bateman, Geoff Hooker, Frank Trupo, Steve Santilli, Fourth row: Sid 
Vicious, Steve Burtell, Wimpy, Moe, lohnny Amerman, Last row: Torn Shields, John Hannibal, Paul McQuade, Pete 
Clough, Ken DeMayo, Randy Perkins, Ewign Fish, 






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First row, left to right: Donna Staderman, Lori Atkinson, Barb Martinchich, Rosemary Surmaczewicz, Cindy Woodyard, 
Tina Tolley, ludi Gilbert, Dawn Huff, |udy Gordon, Beth Sutton, Jamie Bell. Second row: |udy Flynn, Terry Zabrucky, Karen 
Casuccio, Jennifer Beck, MaryEilen Tait, Cindy Thorne, Elise Harvey, Cindy Davis, Lori Dobkin, Beth Spiess, Beth Wagner, 
Ann Bailey. Third row: Sara Waxman, Sally Sniegocki, Sue Sniegocki, Peggy Brown, Tamara Potts, Chris Block, Kathy 
Madison, Barb Berghorn, Sue Woods, Lori Fay, Beth Sweeney, Ardyth Cope, Sue Driggs, Nanette Bartell. Fourth row: Lynn 
Rylander, Lauren Chase, Lynn |ones, Robin Einbinder, Kate Ghiselin, Sharon Roe, Amy Bell, Kathie Corabi, Melanie 
Garrett. Fifth row: Beth Ferguson, Sue Carse, Ruth lussila, Marcy Hurl, Carol Herman, Amy Lovell, Karen Risucci, Ann 
Roller, Leann Paquette, Chris Klein, Jean Whalen, Nancy Gurich, Tracie Lencher. Sixth row: lenni Royston, Beth 
Gospadarek, Majorie Chase, Felicia Mancini, Diane Stewart. 






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First row, left to right: janne Charles, Terry Swinehart, Laurie Anderson, Heidi Kossuth. Second row: Kim 
Borelli, Sue Klein, Debbie Harish, Ceorgann Reed, Lisa Bissell. Third row: |odi Delonge, Cheryl McConnel, 
Gay Glenn, Rene Shakelford, Lizzi DiBartolomeo, Denise Pangeris, Mary Lewis. Fourth row: Carl Clemens, 
Amy Holzhauser, Elva Muggins, Carol Lasak. Fifth row: Donna Palermo, lulie Markoritz, Maura Stewart, Karen 
Vanger, Karista Meyers. 



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Left to right: Larry Kazmarek, Richard Stiffey, Dan Sigler, Rick Kenney, Bill Bosley, Mark Macary, Scott Dillinger, Tony 
Caccavale, |ohn Maltese, Scott McCoy, |ohn Leibuck, Terry Noble, Brencian Saahill, Tony Kurtz, Tim Dunn, Michael Dorsey, 
Bruce Seward, Paul Denfeld, Brian Starkey, Marty Maag, Dave Edwards, jim Scaffidi, Mide Pasguale, Tom Bocek, John Smith, 
Mark Swige, Bob Campbell, Chris Hayes, Mike Gorton, Clyn Tinall, Tom Smith, Mark Repco, Jim Devlin, Jim Leinn, Dave 
Marsh, Art Bertol, Vince Mancinelli, Bill Almasy, Eric Ridgeway, Bob Rivera, Maurice James, Kevin Holewinski, Mark Jordan, 
Mike Mulvany, Matt Hartley, Maurice Lebont, Mike Culp, Dave Hodge, jim Paige, Charles McBride, Dave Dempsey, Scott 
Phillips, |oe Lawrence, Brian Norris, Mike Doyle, 






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The first and hardest year ... a 
new home . . . first roommates . . . 
seminars ... freshman parties ... 
a lost feeling . . . the youngest of 
the bunch . . . R.A.'s . . . friends . . . 
fresh beginnings . . . older and wi- 
ser ... second semester . . . new 
experiences . . . raids . . . freedom 
finally . . . 



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We're exactly alike 
. . . dirt and trash . . 



. . not drug induced 
how funny . . . foot- 



ball champs, 3 years in a row . . . Doobie 
Brothers . . . mud football with Phi Taus 
. . . cornballs ... no bears, no pies, we 
couldn't decide . . . wild and crazy guys 



. . . fire alarm, everyone out of the house 
... times are changing ... I'm bored ... 
Weasel . . . Saunas . . . pinche perritas . . . 
yee haw ... I was flat . . . popcorn . . . 
animals ... flea dog ... utility man ... 
boxer bill . . . toga party . . . what? . . . 




First row, left to right: |enny Maurer, Bonnie Hewitt. Second row: Sharon Bannon, Nancy Brewster, Nan Nackol, 
Leslie Bertei, Dotty Vojvodich, Kim Rogers, Heather Trushel. Third row: Cindy Testa, Deb Palmer, Nancy 
McLaughlin, Carol Tozzo, Maureen Green. Fourth Row: Laurie Bahr, Missy Schriener, Karen Barnosky, Kathy 
Sand, Mary Stavish, Diane Pfeil, Laura Bidwell, Chris Enzerra, Jill Hager, Melanie Stevens. Fifth row: jenny 
Redline, Sue Edmonston, Tina Phillips, Robin Bransford. 



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Campbell 




First row, left to right: Cindy Grey, Gail Egger, Lisa Bahr, lerry Evans, LeeAnn Murphy, Soni Ma.xwell, Pat Brunt, leanne Ballard, 
Gatsby, Beth Sanner, lulie Burnett, Marie Carter, Lisa DeFuzio, Donna Schmidt. Second row: Patty Allinder, Claudia Gilmartin, 
Beth Mayer, Ann Williams, |enny Santore, Karen Wallace, Sharon Chambers, Sue Brigham, Candace Shrum, Connie Carpenter, 
Tamara Tormohlen. Third row: Allison Davies, Connie Lambaris, Sue Kaplan, Francis McDormand, Mary Pat Milia, Lynda 
Lombardo, Karen Repplier, Maggie Winans, Ann Pryor, Kelly Theall, Pat Richards, Rachel Long, |an lividen, Marty Willard, 
Standing: Sue Gerhold, Claire Heaney, Dotty Duerr, Beth Hampton. 





infamous Halloween party ... 
kamikazees . . . fake formal . . . 
congeal . . . riviera . . . wed. 
kegs by the fire . . . our man 
Denny . . . sex, drugs, rock n' 
roll . . . gresham day queens . . . 
executive wing in campbell 
heights ... no heat . . . let's play 
beer pong, no lets take the 
subway instead . . . tokens 
available . . . greatest showers 
on campus ... cat ha\en . . . 
Christmas hot todies . . . fire 
door club . . . quarters . . . 



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First row, left to right: Charles Killeen, Ray Abbiatici. Greg Ulaslewicz, )amie Trainor, Dave Priore. Second row; Aaron 
Allred, Bart Balint, Joe McCardle, Ron Mounts, Bob Mulvihill, Jeff Clayton, Third row: Bill Corn, Armand Natili, Eric 
Ridgeway, George Kellis, Dave Hayes, Steve Peterson, Mike Graminga. Fourth row: Chucl< Barish, Kurt FHelier, Mike 
Granato, Pete Burke, Dave Weber, Walt Russo, Phil Aston, |ohn Quinn, |im Shaw. 




GDI power ... the jocks ... Woolery beach ... the 
dead cube . . . "Function junction" . . . Cookie . . . 
student teachers . . . peanut butter . . . Dillo . . . out of 
here . . . pinball machines . . . Rolling Rocks . . . scratch 
... Wednesday night parties ... The Duke ... power 
failures ... intramurals ... getting small ... Trud ... 
house maids . . . "academics" . . . house dog . . . 




44 



Overflow 






The Flow . . . hard to see 
through the clouds . . . got a 
buck for a keg? . . . drink to 
the Prince ... campfires ... 
Where's Hogan? . . . Ed- 
mund's home for wayward 
cars . . . the fog machine . . . 
disco lights . . . torture the 
rats . . . the demise of the 
candy machine . . . off the 
food plan . . . United Na- 
tions cube . . . Hilga . . . who 
stole the vacuum cleaner? 
... hockey and stickball ... 
party . . . 



First row, left to right: Beaver Kleehammer, Sean Burke, bdmund McCabe, Gary Hughes, Bruce Brothis. 
Second row: Frank Haas, Tom Massie, Keith Todd, Pete Sanderson, Kevin Stulga, |im Nowicki, Third 
row: Angelo Pascucci, Dave Hosseini, Ed Crowley, John Kelly, Todd Hyde, Mike Momford, Sam 
Nickolas. 



45 



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Left to right: Tim Ford, Harry Kiskaddon, David Vucich, Richard Kemmerer, Brian Helm, Rich Ayers, Hal Hirsch, Kevin 
Rogers, Gordon Anderson, Michael Shanaman, Paul McKay. 




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Administration and Faculty 







The Teacher . . . under the guidance 
. ^ . those people to whom we owe 
our sleepless nights . . . and our free- 
dom from illusions . . . making up 
tests . . . religion required ... Dr. 
Becker's codo cans . . . grades . . . 
office hours . . . advisors ... "I want 
to be teacher's pet" . . . term papers 
. . . seminars . . . labs . . . classes and 
classes . . . |.U. Davis' non-restrictive 
papers . . . foreign press busy work 
... a helpful hand . . . 




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TOP LEFT: WILLIAM E. TUCKER, President, B.A., Atlantic 
Christian College; \1.A., Ph. D., Yale Univ.: LL.D Atlan- 
tic Christian College. TOP RIGHT: WILLIAM DANIEL 
COBB III, Dean of Faculty, A.B., Transylvania College; 
B.D., S.T.M. Yale Univ.; A.M.. Ph. D., The Uni\er?itv of 
Chicago. BOTTOM LEFT: ROBERT A. SANDERCOX, 
Vice-President and Director ot Development, B.A., 
Bethany College; M. Div., Yale Univ.; Univ. of Buffalo. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: JOHN S. CUNNINGHAM, Dean of 
Students, B.S., Slippery Rock State College: M. Ed., Kent 
State Univ. 51 



UPPER RIGHT: THEODORE W. BUNNELL - Director of 
Financial Aid; LOWER RIGHT: JOHN C. GIESMANN - 

Assistant Dean of Students for Residence Hall Program; 
UPPER LEFT: JOHN L. HOFFMAN - Associate Business 
Manager; LOWER LEFT: JOHN A. GRAHAM - Treasurer and 
Business Manager. 







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UPPER LEFT: JEFFREY F. WALL - Financial Aid Ollicer and 
Assistant Dean ot Students; LOWER LEFT; JOSEPH M. 
KUREY - Registrar and Assistant to the Dean ol Faculty; 
KIGFHT: KATHRYN PHILLIBEN - Director of Counseling and 
Testing. 





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TOP: ADMISSIONS STAFF - Elaine Erickson, Robert F. Riley 
(Director), David |. Wottle, Kathy F. Williams, Chris Quinn 
RIGHT CENTER: RUTH WESTLAKE - Director of Publica- 
tions; LEFT CENTER: WALLACE F. WITHAM - Director of 
Practicums; BOTTOM: NANCY AULT - Director of Place- 
ment. 




54 





TOP: WILLIAM B. ALLEN - Collcse Chaplain; 
BOTTOM LI (I DARLINE B. NICHOLSON - As- 
sociate Dean of Students and Director ot Renner 
Union; BOTTOM RIGHT: FATHER )OHN V. Di- 
BACCO - Catholic Chaplain 




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TOP RIGHT; GARY P. ARMITAGE - Managing Director of Leadership 
Center and Gresham House; TOP LEFT: LIBRARY STAFF - Standing: Larry 
J. Frye (Director), Irma lean Counselman; Seated: Linda Warrick, Gale 
Surber; LOWER LEFT: JOANNE SYKES, R.N. -Supervision of Infirmary; 
LOWER RIGHT: BOOKSTORE STAFF - Mildred Mitchell (Cashier), 
George Bauman (Manager), Pat Cunningham (Asst. Manager), |udy Pyle 
(Sec.) 



56 




TOP: Secretarial Staff; CIMLK Aladdin Food 
Service Staff; l!()ll()\l Buildings and Grounds 
Staff. 





57 



Art 



TOP: ROBERT NICOLL - B.A., Wm. Pa- 
terson State College; M.F.A., Rochester In- 
stitute of Technology; BOTTOM LEFT: 
WESLEY J. WAGNER - Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts; BOTTOM 
RIGHT WALTER L. KORNOWSKI - 
(Chairman), B.F.A., Rochester Institute of 
Technology; M.F.A., West Virginia Univ. 







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Foreign Languages 





TOP LEFT: PAULINE R. NELSON 

- B.A., Upsala College; M.A., Ph. 
D., Uni\. of Pittsburgh: TOP CEN- 
TER: ALAIN G. deSARRAN - B A , 
LaGrange College; Ph.D., Univ. of 
Piilsburgh; LOWER LEFT: MAR- 
JORIE T. CARTY - Ph.B., Unix of 
Chuago: LOWER CENTER; LEON- 
ORA B. CAYARD - (Chairman), 
Ph.D., Marburg Univ.; \a\e Uni- 
versity; LOWER RIGHT: HUM- 
BERTO RISSO - B \, Univ. of 
Chile, ,\\..-\., Uni\. ot Michigan; 
Ph.D., Univ. of Miami. 



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Economics 




TOP: RALPH A MAGGIO - 

(Chairman), B.A., Boston Univ., 
M.B.A., Univ. of Pittsburgh; 
Ph.D., Ohio State Univ.; CEN- 
TER: JOHN D. DAVIS - B A 
American Intern'l College 
M.A., Univ. of Connecticut 
LOWER LEFT: ROY S. FOX - 
B.S., Boston Univ., M.S., Mas- 
sachusetts State College; Ph. 
D., Northwestern Univ.; LOW- 
ER RIGHT: W. RANDOLPH 
GOOEY - B.A., Bethany Col- 
lege; M.A., West Virginia Univ. 





60 




Music 



TOP; OLIVER MANNING 
M,M., Cincinnati (College 
LEFT; ALBERT R. DeVAUL 
LOWER RIGHT: WILLIAM 



- B.M., Louisiana State College; 

- Conservatory of Music; LOWER 

- B.A., West Liberty State College; 
P. CROSBIE - A.B , Whittier Col- 



lege; M.M., West Virginia Univ. 



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Education 



TOP RIGHT: DOROTHY HUESTIS - B.A., M.A., Indiana Univ.; CENTER; 
ANN C. SHELLY - (Chairman), B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Michigan State Univ.; 
BOTTOM LEFT; MARIA LEWIS - B.A., West Liberty State College; M.A., 
West Virginia Univ.; BOTTOM RIGHT; JOHN U. DAVIS - B.A., Bethany 
College; M.A., ED.D., Columbia Univ. 







62 



Philosophy 




ROBERT E. MYERS (Lluiiiinan), B.A., Bethany 
College; Ph.D., Ohio State Univ. 



JOHN R. TAYLOR - (Chair 
man), B.A., Bethany College; 
M.A., Princeton Univ. 




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Communications 







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TOP RIGHT: WILLIAM A. HER- 

ZOG - (Chairman), B.A., 
Wheaton College; M.A,, In- 
diana Univ.; Ph.D., Michigan 
State Univ.; TOP LEFT: DAVID 
J. SPIZALE - B.A., South- 
western Louisiana State Univ.; 
M.S., Miami Univ.; LOWER 
LEET: SUZANNE CARROLL - 
B.A., St. Mary's College; M.A., 
Univ. of Notre Dame; Ph. D., 
Indiana Univ.: LOWER RIGHT: 
MARK P. STEVENSON - B A , 
Bethany College, M.A., West 
Virginia Univ. 





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LEFT; JAMES ). HUMES - B.A., Geneva 
College; MA,, V\ esl Virginia Univ.; 
RIGHT; JAMES W. CARTY, JR. - B.A„ 

Culiver Stockton; M.S., Northwestern 
Univ. 





Theatre 



DAVID J. JUDY - B.A., Denison Univ.; M.A., Western Reserve. 



65 



Biology 





TOP: JANET LANZA - B.S., State Univ. of 
New York; M.S., Univ. of Massachusetts; 
Ph.D., Univ. of Connecticut; CENTER: 
LARRY LEE HOUTS - A.B., Rocktord Col- 
lege, M.S., Florida State Univ.; Ph.D. State 
Univ. of New York; LOWER RIGHT: AL- 
BERT R. BUCKELEW, JR. - B S., Eairleigh 
Dickinson Univ.; Ph.D., Univ. of New 
Hampshire. 




66 





Chemistry 



LEFT JOHN D. DRAPER 

Marshall College: Ph.D., 
RICHARD G. STEBBINS - 

Texas A & M. 



(Chairman), B.S, Franklin and 
Univ. of Maryland; RIGHT: 
B.A., Wesleyan Univ.; Ph.D., 




Genera 
Science 



STANLEY L. BECKER - B.S., New York State 
College of Forestry: Ph.D., Univ. of Wiscon- 
sin. 



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Math 





TOP RIGHT: NIKOLAY WIL- 
LIAMS - Degree (M.S.); 
Kandidat (Ph.D.); Univ. of 
Moscow; TOP LEFT: JOHN 
M. ATKINS - B.S., Marshall 
Univ. M.A., West Virginia 
Univ.; Ph.D., Univ. of Pitts- 
burgh; BOTTOM: DAVID T. 
BROWN - B.A., Ottawa 
Univ.; M.A., Ph.D., Syracruse 
Univ. 




68 



Physics 





TOP: H. WILLIAM LEECH - B.S., 
M.S., West Virginia Uni\.: Ph.D., 
Univ. of Maryland; BOTTOM: AR- 
THUR Z. KOVACS - (Chairman), 
A.B., Wabash College; Ph.D., 
Duke Univ. 



69 





History 



UPPER LEFT; JOHN W. LOZIER - 

B.A. Univ. of Colorado, M.A., Ph. 
D., Ohio State Univ. UPPER 
RIGHT: DELIA W. SHELDON - 
B.A., Sacremento State University, 
Ph. D. Claremont Grad. School, 
MIDDLE A. ROY KIRKPATRICK - 
A. A., Trenton |r. College; M.A., 
Ph. D., Univ. of Missouri. BOT- 
TOM WILLIAM L. YOUNG - 
(chairman), B.A., Bethany College; 
M.A., Ohio State Univ. 





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2 



Religion 



TOP RICHARD B. KENNEY - 

B.A,, Washington Univ.; M.A., Ph. 
D. Yale Univ. BOTTOM LEFT: HI- 
RAM |. LESTER - B.A., Phillips 
Univ.; M.A., Ph, D. ^alc Univ. 
BOTTOM RICH I: BURTON B. 
THURSTON - B.A., Transylvania 
Univ.; Ph. D., Harvard Univ. 



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English 



TOP RIGHT: ROBYN R. COLE 

— B.A., Univ. of Maryland; 
M.A., Univ. of Georgia; TOP 
CENTER: ANTHONY L. MITCH 

- B.A., Cornell Univ.; M.A., St. 
John's Univ.; LOWER LEFT: 
HELEN L. McGUFFIE - (Chair 
man), B.A., Bethany College; 
M.A., Univ. of Pittsburgh, 
Ph.D., Columbia Univ.; LOWER 
RIGHT LARRY E. GRIMES - 
B.A., Bethany College; B.D., 
Yale Divinity School; Ph.D., 
Emory Univ. 







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Psychology 




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TOP: J. TREVOR PIERCE - (Chairman), 

A., Princeton Univ,; Univ. of California- 

LOWER LEFT: T. GALE THOMPSON - 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Unu ,,i Missouri- 
LOWER RIGHT: JOHN H. HULL - B.S.! 
Alma College; M.A., Ph.D., Kent State 
Univ. 




73 



Phys. Ed. 



TOP RIGHT; DAVID M. HUTTER - (Chairman), B.S., 
M.S., Ohio Univ.; Ph.D., Ohio State Univ.; CENTER 
LEFT: PATRICK J. DUNFEE - B.S., Shepherd College; 
M.S. Salisbury State College: CENTER: JAMES E. DAF- 

LER - B.A., Capital Univ.; M.Ed., Ohio Univ.; 








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OPPOSITE PACE: CENTER RIGHT: SALLY \. DORWART - B.S., 
M.S., West Virginia Univ.; LOWER LEFT: SUSAN W. HANNA - 
B.A., Bethany College; LOWER RICHT: WILLIAM C. BEIN- 
BRECH - Staff Assistant; THIS PAGE: TOP LEFT: DOUGLAS F. 
BAIN - B.S., M.S., Springfield College; LOWER LEFT: E. DON- 
ALD AULT - B.A., West Liberty State College, M.A., Marshall 
Univ.; RIGHT: DONNA F. KEITH - B.S., Kent State Univ.; M.S., 
Univ. of Colorado. 





Sociology 




LEFT: LYNN ADKINS - A.B., 
Marshall Univ.; Ph.D., Univ 
of Pittsburgh; RIGHT: ROY 
N. MARTIN - B.A., Univ. of 
Cincinnati; Ph.D., Drew 
Univ. 



75 



Only The Beginning 





craziness . . . lost freshmen . . . 
new friends . . . old buddies . . . 
registration . . . lots and lots of 
junk . . . freshmen meet, greet, 
and act elite . . . 3rd floor South? 
. . . What's your name? . . . where 
are you from? . . . what's your ma- 
jor? . . . first visit to Bubba's ... 3.2 
beer? . . . drink more . . . grain par- 
ties . . . arranging . . . rooms . . . 
buying posters . . . calling home 
... CARE packages ... KA's clut- 
tered hallway . . . you mean we 
get to see the president? 








78 







The Show Goes On 



alumni help out . . . Cox and Box 
. . . Old Times . . . Mary Crosbie 
. . . Mark Stevenson . . . the direc- 
tor knows best . . . with help from 
David |udy ... costumes by Lisa 
and Meta . . . The Tavern . . . 
enough make-up to make me old 
. . . Abelard and Heloise 



. . . just let me make it through 
tryouts . . . hours and hours of 
rehearsal then it finally falls to- 
gether ... a nun so holy ... he 
must be Christ ... all this black 
fabric . . . tears on closing night 



79 



Sports 








The Athlete ... he practices ... he 
is dedicated ... he keeps on a 
weight program ... he is physi- 
cally fit ... he is in shape for the 
season . . . the game begins ... he 
plots ... he plans ... he aches . . . 
he waits . . . loss must not defeat 
him . . . nor victory turn his head 
... he plays for the fans . . . the 
coach . . . and a little for the per- 
son he is becoming . . . 



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Football 



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fiunl iiiw. It'll Id nglil ( (idth Cox, Butch Melbrougli Hill kisn Ki, k \ liljin \Uiik (.jfi i i .n'U lliihhinMiii s,,,ii Ijn/ l);Hin\ 

Morehouse, Bill Wright, Kelly Martin, Mark Scorpion, Mark Sneigocki, Bill GorcJon, Dave Collins, Denny Williams, Mike Man, Coach Don 
Ault, Second row; left to right: Coach Bob Nani, John Tritschler, Jeff Severino, Greg Ulasiewicz, Bill Benda, Rick Gacek, Dave Petrel, left 
Beer, Lee Frankhauser, Tom Denne, Chris Payne, Dale Crosso, |ohn Geary, Doug Owens, Gary Frankhauser. Third row, left to right: Coach 
Rau, Mark Sciegaj, Mike Dorsey, Mike Weaver, Scott Taylor, )eff Faust, |ohn Shope, Gerry Dugan, Dave Priore, lamie Trainor, Ray 
Abbiatici, Steve Landau, |im Shawl, Ray Nola, Coach Dunfee. Fourth row, left to right; Trainer Bill Beinbrech, left Boucek, Tom Bocek, 
Mike Pasquale, Rick Stiffey, Mike Stahanczyk, |etf Clayton, Art Bertol, Kevin Holewinski, j.B. Graham, Bill Almasy, Dave Hess, Coach Carl 
Clemens, Fifth row, left to right: Coach I R. Pope, loel Shuman, lack Waterson, Doug Bailey, Mike Bromley, |ohn Littleton, Bill Rainey, 
Mike Distazio, Greg Hicks, Dave Borda, Kenny Gongola, Ross Kleiner, Coach Ed Remus- 





Allegheny 

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Carnegie 

John Carroll 

Case Western 

Hiram 

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. . , left Beer, Scoll Lanz - first 
tediii dll P.A.C. ... Greg Hut(lnin- 
son, Dave Collins, Bill Kiser, |ohn 
Trilschler — second team all 
P.A.C. . . . Ricky Villani — honor- 
dl)le mention . . . Hutch's 45 
catches a new school record ... 
bth in the nation in [passing yard- 
age in NCAA division three . . . 
red raiders ... 30 second crabs . . . 
a 440 just for cursing? . . . #22 vs. 
#8y . . . practice under the "Co- 
tago, gotago" . . . Butchie's quick- 
nest . . . "Take your girlfriend by 
the hand" . . . Trainer is a prima 
donna . . . Edmo's directional 
finger . . . Eddie Munster, the full 
l)ack . . . "Too Much, Hutch . . . 
another Distazio? . . . "Where's 
VVally ... Swivelhips Severino ... 
nature boy . . . the golf clap . . . 





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First row, left to right: Greg Hammaren, |im Rue, BolDby Hill, |im Regan, Dan Dunmeyer, Mike Zebrine, Dave Otto, Lucio Marques, |ohn 
Mamalis, Matt O'Shea, Russ Onofrio. Second row, left to right: Tim Paulus, Dino Cardinale, Paul Haywood, Paul Denfeld, Vern Tickner, 
Dave Tomer, |ohn Sholhead, Ron Mounts, Dave Shapiro, Mark Eckert, Baba Salia, Les Bek. Third row, left to right: Coach John 
Cunningham, Charlie Killeen, Hans Boehm, Toni Caccaveli, Bill Feeney, Tim Watt, Chris Dooblin, Ted Deselding, Mike Croten, Edgar 
Delgade, Dave Edwards, Statistician Sue Gerhold, Fourth row, left to right: Manager Larry Kaczmarek, |oe Buckley, left Flick, |ohn 
Kleehammer, Bruce Seward, Reggie Cann, Mike Gramigna, Brendon Scahill, Trainer Bob McCann, Student Assistant Craig Liggett. 



What's the name of that team 
from Montreal? ... 7-4-1 ... ka- 
nucks . . . Mike Zebrine, |ohn 
Sholhead, |im Regan, Dan Dun- 
meyer all selected to all P.A.C. . . . 
Tomer given honorable mention, 
. . . "Hey coach, yucca, yucca, 
yucca!" . . . Red Card Regan . . . 
"Hey Hammeren, try catching a 
cold . . . "Bek, you've got two 
speed-extra slow and step" . . . 
Hacker Hayward . . . "Hey Den- 
feld how's your dad, I.C?" . . . 
Tokyo . . . Schultzy . . . 




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Soccer 



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Women's Tennis 





. . . Teryl's flirting again . . . sprints ... a 
young rebuilding team . . . those videot- 
apes . . . the Amasons from Seton Hill . . . 
menu moneymania . . . Ronald McDonald 
. . . bibs . . . improvement . . . spirit . . . able 
to do one mile in eight minutes . . . Randi 
Patterson, first singles . . . Beth Van Riper 
and Beth Gospoderek first doubles . . . 
getting team shoes . . . improving with 
positioning changes . . . rough com- 
petition . . . traveling fun . . , 



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BETHANY 



West Liberty 

Duquense 
California St. 
Carnegie 
Marietta 
Chatham 
Robert Morris 

W & I 

West Liberty 

Carlow 

Seton Hill 



VISITOR 

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4 
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3 
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Front row, left to rigfit: Chris Klein, Barb DiBenditto, Tamara Tormolen, Kathy Chadwick, 
Connie Carpenter, Second row, left to right: Coach Donna Keith, Beth Cospodarek, Beth Van 
Ripper, Cindy Marks, Lynn Havemeyer, Randi Patterson. 



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Field Hockey 






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From row, left to righl. Leearin Paquelte. Lori kelbesk-,, XlilliterTt Connor, Coach Sally Dorwart, 
Debbie Scheirer, Ann Shatz, Karen Wallace. Second row, left to right: Linda Stokes, jaeann 
Titus, Carolyn Baney, Val Morris, Cindy Dignazio, Diane Thompson, Soni Maxwell, Third row; 
left to right, lean Whalen, Amy Lovell, lenni Satore, Liz Stevens, Fourth row, left to right: Lisa 
Bissell, Tammy Feldman, Michele Armstrong, Diane Filippi. 



Penvvood West Champs . . . five 
all tonterence players . . . Mil 
highest scorer . . . Coach Sally . . . 
Tootsie Pops . . . Duck, I3uck, 
Goose . . . Thinking up cheers . . . 
chasing soccer players . . . ben- 
chwarmers . . . roses for seniors 
. . . mascot Hoopie . . . image what 
its like to be a ball in a goal . . . 
Diane's rhyming cheers . . . score, 
switch, sprint, sprint. 



BETHANY VISITOR 

9 Chatham (i 

i Marietta 

2 Carnegie 

II W & I 

WV Wesleyan 

4 Carnegie 

b Chatham 

2 Muskingum 

W & I 
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Cross Country 




Everybody's riggin' it . . . D.W.A. 
. . . and 1 took the apple today . . . 
It's so big . . . loey . . . 8-2 record 
. . . second in the P.A.C. . . . sec- 
ond in regionals . . . most valuable 
runner Marty Maag . . . Maag, 
Woods, Devlin, Starkey, Klingen- 
berg, Swiger, Bosley — top seven 
... a young team . . . Ogle's 
mom's jokes . . . the big "houg" 




First row, left to right; Bill Bosley, lamie Wood, |im Devlin, Dan Klingenberg, Steve Peterson, 
Mark Swiger. Second row, left to right: Coach Dave Wettle, Steve Yereb, Marty Maag, Kurt 
Plouck, Alex Kon, |ohn Quinn, Brian Starkey. Third row, left to right: Lee Peterson, Mike 
Chesonis, Tom Ogurucak, Kerry Sparks, Eric Rhodes, Mark McCary, Dale Smith, Doug Richman. 









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"THAN 


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VISITOR 


24 


Carnegie 


31 


49 


Alleheny 


15 


39 


Duqense 


21 


48 


Geneva 


15 


36 


Walsh 


21 


50 


Case Western 


15 


23 


Thiel 


33 


50 


Hiram 


15 


40 


lohn Carroll 


21 


26 


Grove City 


31 


47 


W & ) 


16 



-lANY 




Chatham 

Waynesburg 

CMU 

W & I 

Robert Morris 

Calilornia State 

Point Park 

West Liberty 

Duquesne 

Slippery Rock 

W & 

Carlow 

Geneva 



VISITOR 
3 

2 







Volleyball 





Most valuable player Diane Pteil . . . 
"stop that van, Beth has to go 
again" . . . Winkles . . . "Rut-row" . . . 
hats . . . human pyramid . . . vol- 
leyball practice? . . . "Get psyched" 
. . . "Do it!" . . . charades . . . steak for 
a hoopie . . . the toothpick contest 
at Arbies . . . Connie's Charlie horse 
. . . Ripper . . . chosen to P.A.C. . . . 
Whitey . . . 




First row, left to right: Connie Carpenter, Pat White. Soni Maxwell. Sue Carse, Kathy Talley, 
Third row, left to right; Coach Maxwell. Second row. left to right; Cindy Marks. Diane Pfeil. 
Sue Sneigocki. Sue Carse, Kathy Talley, Third row, left to right; Coach Sally Dorwart. Beth 
Van Ripper, Sally Sneigocki, Valerie Morris. Amy Lovell, Beth Cullis. Lisa Bissell. leri E\ans, 
Diane Thompson, Elaine Erickson, Dick Leitch. 



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First Semester Intramurals 






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Women's First Semester Intramural Results 

Football 

Goodnight 4-0 

Freshmen 3-1 

Phi Mu 2-2 



Cross Country 

Goodnight 20 pts. 

Tennis 

16 pts. 

16 pts. 

9 pts. 

Volleyball 

5-1 
5-1 
402 

Ping Pong 

16 pts. 
15 pts. 
10 pts. 



Good night 
Freshmen 
Pi Beta Phi 



Goodnight 

Phi Mu 

Zeta Tau Alpha 



Pi Beta Phi 
Goodnight 
Phi Mu 




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Men's First Semester Intramural Results 
Football 

Sigma Nu 9-0 

Beta Theta Pi 7-2 

Kappa Alpha 6-3 

Alpha Sigma Phi 6-3 



Ping Pong 




Morlan 


18 pts. 


Kappa Alpha 


14 pts. 


Delta Tau Delta 


1 1 pts. 


Bowling 




Sigma Nu 


1817 pins 


Phi Kapi^a Tau 


1725 pins 


Beta Thota Pi 


1588 pins 


Volleyball 




Alpha Sigma Phi 


10-0 


Sigma Nu 


8-1 


Beta Theta Pi 


7-2 





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Organizations 






Officers . . . elections . . . clean 
ups . . . speal<er5 . . . programs . . . 
tours ... music ... practice ... 
signs . . . nevvsnotes . . . foreign 
foods . . . concerts . . . dinner in 
the back dining room . . . Peace 
Awareness Week . . . media . . . 
deadlines . . . stories . . . pics . . , 
headline counting . . . 





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First row, left to right: Lynda kelsesky, Caryri Teutsch, Nancy 
McLaughlin, Sharon Chambers, Kathy Chadwick. Second row: |lm 
Malley, Rick Zarnoch, Chuck Nalbantlan. 



Lett ro right: Phil Ruggieri, president; Sue Cerhold, vice president, 
Kathy lohnson, secretary; Danny Dunmeyer, treasurer. 



SBOG and Student Court 



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First row, left to right: Cindy Woodyard, Maureen Stewart, Sandy Block, Elva hluggins, Beth Hampton, Tom 
Ogurcak, Teryl Berriman, Claudia Gilmartln, Wendy Kuhn. Second row: Walter Russo, Phil Ashton, jenny 
Maurer, Scott Dillinger, Robert Moore, Maurice LaBonte, Pete Clough, Holly Hadlglan. Third row: Beth 
Sweeney, Judy Flynn, Greg Hicks, Glen GlawronskI, Laurie Bahr, Faith Wooten, Barb Goresh, Laura Lee, Dave 
Hodge, Scott McCoy, Nell Leitch. Fourth row: Kathy Johnson, Dorothy Walker, Phil Ruggieri, Sue Cerhold, 
Danny Dunmeyer, Mike Weaver, Greg lordan, Randall Peters, lohn LiplnskI, Mike Zebrine. 



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Band 



First row, left to right: Bert DeVaui, Neil 
Helme, Mike Shanaman, Brian Helme, 
lesus, Cinris Black, Beth Wilson, Harry 
Kiskaddon, Darrell Vandervolt, Sam 
Nicholas. Second row: Rick Ayer, Bruce 
Byran, losette Cicone, Gordon Anderson, 
Eliud Caulier, Mike Connor, Tim Barlett, 
Lauren Chase. 





First row, left to right: Steve Wheeler, Sam 
Nicolas, Darrell Vandervolt, Wendy Clukey, 
Bert DeVaul, Second row: josette Cicone, 
Gordon Anderson, Eliud Gautier, Tim Barlett, 
Lauren Chase, Sean DeVaul, Mike Connor. 
Standing: Matt Lucas, Jonas Deratus. 




Choir 



First row, left to right: Georgann Reed, 
Kris Daniels, Tina Craft, Lisa Heiart, Lee 
Ann Pierce, Karen Woodworth, Beth 
Penfield. Second row: Sharon Bannon, 
Rene Shackelford, Cathy Dougherty, Kathy 
Talley, Scott Prouty, Sean Harry, Amy 
Holzhausen, Diane Pertlaga. Third row: 
Lee Mercer, Keith Sabella, Tony Kurtz, 
Frank Merryman, |ohn Shabb, Chris 
Seance, Erik Herzog. 




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Lett to right: Ken Zirm, Kristen Cad\, Faith Uooten, Paul WcQuade. 




Chemistry 
Club 



First row, left to right: Michelle SchrNver, |ohn 
Bateman, Beth Wilson. Margaret Kemp, Bar! Balint, 
)oe Amato. Second row: Walt Russo, Perrv Caughan, 
Danny Martich, Mike Kellas, Steve Santilli, Jim 
Freese. 



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Lett to right: Faith Wooten. Beth Grace, \ al 
Barkhurst, CaroKn Bane\, Debbie Oakley, loanne 
Risucci. loanne Daust, Ann Daly, Met Fjare, Sharon 
Pattereon, Kathy Talley. 



Panhellenic Counci 



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Food 

Service 

Committee 



Left to right: Colleen Beadling, Rachel 
Long, Dave Hodge, Mr. Ruggiero, Phil 
Whipple, Sandy Block, lill Hager. 




Top to bottom: Sherie Ryan, Kris Enguni, Michelle Schryver, Penny Poirier, Louise Keass, |ill 
Heinrich, lanet Drogowski, Missy Kearney. ■ . \ 




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Tri Beta 




First row, left to right: John Shaab, Walter 
Russo, Michelle Schryver, Josette Cicone, 
Lori Dragonir, Frank Trupo, Dr, Houts 
Second row: Ken Winzek, Bruce Blank, 
Pete Masone, Steve Sentilli, Jamie Bell, |oe 
Amato, Melinda Elliot, lackie Heaton, 
Kathy Corabi. Third row: Paul McKay, 
Danny Martich, Bob Mulvihill 




First row; left to right: Perry Caughan, Ken Zirm, Cathy Dougherty, Ann Bailey, Russ Nicely. 
Second row: Cindy Marks, Bruce lones, Tina Craft, Jim Reagan, Sara Waxman, Cindy Wilcox, 
Lisa Heiart, Connie Carpenter, Donna Staderman, Chris Langston, Karen Casuccio, Pat Hosey, 
Dave Wittek. 



Resident 
Assistants 



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Peace 
Studies 



Left to right: Carolvn McCrossin, Chris 
Seance, Ruth Ball, Colleen Beadling, Keith 
Sabella. Maura Carev. 




SNEA 



Left to right: .Ann Dal>, .\lr. J. Davis, Kim 
Steuck, Debbie Oakley, Sharon Patterson, 
Larr%' Kaczmarek, Laura Lee, Mar\- Tate. 




Agape 



First row, left to right: Chris Enzerra. )anet 
Stake, Beth Penfield. Second row: Son\a 
Rodriguez, Sardis Mendez, Jesus, Mrs. 
Leitch, Charlie .VlcBride. Third row: Juan 
Rodriguez, Sue Geyler, Eluid Gautier. 




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C.LE.W. 




Politica 
Affairs 




Left to right: Rev. Allan, Sue Ce>ler, Chris Enzerra, Dave Weber. 



Lett to right: Tom Abrams. Brian Helm, jelt Randolph 




Economics Club 



First row, left to right: Nora Bonville, Lisa 
Traub, Scarlett Foster, Bonnie Hewitt, 
Louise Reass, Barb Goresh. Second Row: 
Doug Cameron, Francis Matthews, Greg 
lordon, Todd Williams, Scott McCoy. 



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German Club 



Left to right: Leonora Cayard, Ellen 
Trebilcock, Lynn Patterson, Frank 
Merryman, Glen Glawronski, Kevin 
Engemann, Debbie Oakley, Sharon 
Bannon. 




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First row, left to right: Pauline Nelson, Sara Wolford, Margaret Lea Warner, Sharon Patterson, Claire 
F^eaney, Sharon Bannon. Second row: Allison Davies, Beth Cullis, Sharon Chambers, Rob Vale, Carolyn 
McCrossin, Kevin Dykema, Marjorie Chase, Alain de Sarran. Third row: Bill Allen, Dave Hodge, Karen 
Woodworth, FHeather Trushel, Dotty Vojvodich, Larry Meltzer, Edith Crane, Beth Ferguson. 



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Spanish Club 



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First row, lell lo right; Sardis Mendez, Dr 
Risso, Tara Renner, loanne laflrey, Eluid 
Cautier, Mrs. Carty. Second row: luan 
Rodriquez, Sonia Rodriguez, lohn 
Sholhead, Todd Hyde, Mrs, Risso, Aron 
Guerrero, Gail Egger, Maureen Green. 





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Tower 




First row, left to right: Louise Reass, Beth 

Grace, Scarlett Foster, Rick Kenney, Russ 

Rogerson. Second row: |ohy Sayers, Pete 
lensen. 



Polygot 




Left to right: Maggie Winans, Glen Gawronski, Pat Dautel, Sharon Chambers. 




First row, left to right: Ted DeSelding, Jennie Lister, Marilyn Esposito, Eric Wilcox, |odi 
Delonge. Second row: Larry Meltzer, Beth Grace, Rich Foge, Chris Enzerra, John Hannibal, 
Pete Clough, Lauren Anderson, Joe Lawrence. Third row: Mark Wilcox, Bill Doughty, Gail 
Seldon, Moya Melnick, Nora Melnick, Fourth row: Greg Hammaren, Missy Kearney, Brent 
Myers, Mark Stultz, )im Humes. 



WVBC 



102 




Folio 



Left to right; Maggie Winans, |eff Wall, 
Leslie Lomasson, Beth Grace, Scarlett 
Foster, Karen Wallace. 




Bethanian 



First row, left to right: Rich Meyer, Tina 
Tolley, Patty Schodder, Melanie Garrett, 
Eric Schult Second row: Lisa Carlson, 
Charlie McBride, Frank Merryman, Dave 
hlodge. 







Harbinger 



Left to right: Rick Kenny, Kathy Kane, Lisa hieiart. 



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Peter, 

Peter, 

Pumpkin 

Eater 






Barnesville . . . Ohio Pumpkin Fes- 
tival 1978 . . . Spunky takes 4th 
place in tobacco spitting contest 
. . . pumpkin burgers, punkm can- 
dy, pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread, 
pumpkin ice cream, pumpkin 
waffles, pumpkin fudge ... I nev- 
er want to see the color orange 
again . . . parade down Main 
Street . . . biggest pumpkin in 
town . . . did you get enough 
signs? . . . Bethany picture at pum- 
pkin tower at 3pm . . . mugs and 
T-shirts . . . such a long walk to 
the car . . . pumpkins, pumpkins, 
and more pumpkins 




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Tricks and Treats 






last appearance of Igor Vlad . . . 
Heaven 'n Hell ... stuck in be- 
tween . . . Zeta costume party . . . 
Ragedy Ann and Andy . . . Fruit of 
the Loom girls . . . Wizard of Oz 
. . . Ku Klux Klan . . . coneheads 
. . . first time ever for soaping win- 
dows . . . apple cider, pumpkin 
pie, carmel apples . . . trick or 
treating for UNICEF 



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Swayin' to the Music 



lonathan Edwards 



all-campus parties . . . what a way 
to spend a Friday night! . . . loud 
music ... if I can just get through 
the crowd . . . where is the keg? 
by the crowd of people over 
there ... to help me forget what 
happened this week . . . Jonathan 
Edwards . . . Aztec Two-step . . . 
Pure Prarie League . . . soft and 
mellow ().E.) ... Sunshine ().E.) 
. . . Amy (P.P.L.) . . . papered floor 



. . . getting high 
loud music . . 
sloshed again . . 



. . feeling fine 

sore ears 
later at Sam's 



Herbie Mann workshop . . . Liona 
Boyd . . . something to relax to 








^^^Hi^^L 


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The Herbie Mann Band 



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There's no Place like Home 



crowning of Sue Brigham . . . 

Deits place first in floats . . . Sigma 

Nu ice cream float . . . football 

team takes on CMU ... so many 

old (but new) faces . . . sit-down MB ~(f^- 

dinner . . . Jonathan Edwards and BL''^> 

Aztec Two-step concerts . . . Les- ji^ ^^ 

ter Lanin Hats . . . dance all night ^^ ^^^i'O^ii, 

. . . pre-and post-dance parties . . . itiiiTi'uir 

going stag . . . enough to stock 'TrWYrf _,:' 

three liquor stores . . . better than 

beer . . . who pulled the fire 

alarm? . . . vvaiting out in the cold 

. . . lunch on Sunday? how about '*'^5fi^4r*-^ 

dinner? 








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And They Spoke in Tongues 




is this what they call "ethnic mu- 
sic"? . . . but what does it mean? 
. . . singing . . . foreign cuisine . . . 
let's outdo the French club . . . 
dancing to a foreign beat .a 
yellow bird . . . sombreros . . . Ger- 
man peasantry ... no class on 
Friday 






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First row, left to right; |immy Paige, Dan Vogelhuber, |im Stumph, Pete \\ino\Kh, Kendall Ha\ei, Ste\e Zsigray, Armand Natiili, Mark 
Brooks, Fred Gongola, Randall Peters, Greg Fenton, Coach Jim Dafler. Second row: Bill Laszaz, Greg Dulkowski - student coach, |ohn 
Haberfield, Mark Cunningham, Scott Dillinger, Steve Petrovich, Matt Hartley, Dave Dempsey, Chuck Lazor, Mike Gulp, Rod Darner, 
George Jewell, Mark lordan, Tony Kurtz, Vince Mancinelli, lohn Symaski - Student coach, lohn Grey — manager. 








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Basketball 



BETHANY 

54 

76 

73 

65 

75 

77 

63 

69 

85 

64 

74 

76 

83 

75 

103 

74 

59 

70 

86 

71 

69 



Geneva 

Waynesburg 

Virginia Military 

Denison 

Ohio Dominican 

Hiram 

Allegheny 

Thiel 

John Carroll 

W& ) 

Hi ran 

CMU 

Case Western 

Allegheny 

lohn Carroll 

Thiel 

Hiram 

W & I 

Case Western 

CMU 

Allegheny 



VISITOR 

53 
91 
90 
64 
55 
71 
69 
49 
76 
75 
69 
82 
77 
78 
71 
70 
61 
67 
77 
67 
77 




When we execute, we score ... on 
the line ... PAC close but no cigar 
. . . lethargic . . . satchel . , . stretch, 
dillo, vandal . . . duck . . . bubba's 
bonanza . . . bandwagon buddy- 
hooter . . . Where's the new field 
house? . . . ice it . . . scouting reports 
. . . CMU biggest game ... the crack 
of dawn . . . J)OP . . . end of the 
bench, Zig ... pitty pats . . . kansas 
city, fast break, drill . . . 




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Swimming 




First row, left to right: Michelle Schryver, Carey Kohler, )udy Flynn, Lori Fay, Sue Driggs, Aaron 
Bain. Second row: Tom Ogurcuk, Danny Morgan, Bruce Bryan, Bruce Botl<in, Dave Cottington, 
Adolpha Araya, Coach Doug Bain. Third row: Mike Hamilton, Eric Schult, Bruce Seward, Steve 
Ebbets, Steve Burfield, )ohn Serra, Greg Bernsader. 




Snow Rolling . . . The bisons are 
my kind of team . . . Bahama 
Mana . . . lumpin lohnny 
Flamebrain . . . Nerfball . . . Pea- 
nuts . . . popcorn, onion soup . . . 
Holiday Hotel and bath club ... 
high elbon parties . . . Schmebb's 
lucky green swim cap . . . speed 
traps . . . Kenny's old lady 









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Women's Basketball 



BETHANY 


VISITOR 


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63 Steubenville 
45 CMU 


73 
50 


CO 

en 


46 Seton Hill 


53 


49 Point Park 


69 


57 Carlow 
28 W& 1 


51 
52 


47 Steubenville 


55 


en 


46 California State 


53 


Lr 


36 Duquesne 


72 


68 CMU 


60 


63 Seton Hill 


39 


64 W & 1 


67 


42 Robert Morris 


50 


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The ten minute torture circuit . . . 
Rocl<y ... Kelly's Try Us play ... 
Coach is a grandma . . . Kris and 
referee Carl's courtin . . . and trainer 
Laura's off courting . . . keeping spir- 
its high on the back of the bus . . , 
planning 7 games a week next year 
. . . the Mo green machine . . . Hack 
Repplier . . , pat up in smoke on van. 




First row, left to right: Beth Mitchell, Beth Sutton, Diane Thompson, Kelly Theal, Leslie 
Bertel. Second row: LeeAnn Paquette, Karen Repplier, |odi Densberger, Terry Swinehart, Kris 
Schwertfeger, Pat Richards, Coach Donna Keith. 





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Freshman formal ... let the girls 
do the asking ... a starry wall . . . 
pre-dance hall parties . . . look at 
the size of that mistletoe . . . let's 
trade dresses . . . Bowery Brawl . . . 
come incognito . . . the craziest 
hat and glasses . . . whose room 
did you end up in? . . . what does 
sheep mean? . . . but what if I 
want to go to two fraternity danc- 
es on one night? . . . sorority trim 
the tree parties . . . bouncy elves 




in the cafeteria . . . Christmas 
trees, tinsel, and especially mis- 
tletoe at the house parties . . . 








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117 





Amy . . . starring Fran McDormand 
. . . nnust depend on herself . . . she is 
an actress looking for a break in 
show biz . . . how could one person 
know their lines well enough to do 
an entire play by oneself and be a 
success at it? ... senior project . . . 
The Cherry Orchard . . . Russian 
Playwright . . . bizarre . . . practice 
takes precedence . . . but we are 
dedicated actors . . . director - Da- 
vid lolliffe, 1974 Bethany grad ... 
clear the stage for the next produc- 
tion 



Music is My Life 






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Weeks and weeks of rehearsal . . . 
the inevitable sore throat on 
opening night . . . puts you in the 
Christmas spirit ... are those 
sounds actually coming out of 
their mouths, or is it a record? . . . 
Eleanor Steber, performs in Com- 
mencement Hall ... a change of 
pace . . . lames Walsh Gypsy Band 
. . . Chicago style . . . twirling 
drum sticks . . . walking through 
the audience 






sledding at Gresham house . . ^ 
waxing the blades . . . what if I 
need brakes . . . close your eyes 
and hold tight . . . off to the ten- 
nis courts to pull a rope . . . knee 
deep snow . . . rope burn but too 
much fun to notice . . . reminds 
me of camp days . . . snow, the 
softest rock to chisel . . . birthday 
cake for George ... his cherry tree 
... a huge cherry . . . Nixon says 
peace ... six foot icicles . . . foot- 
ball in the snow . . . hot chocolate 
to top it all off ... for some, just a 
day to catch up with the studies 






Winter Wonderland 



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121 



wnere s everyone atf ... snowed 
in . . . serenity . . . living in a dif- 
ferent dorm . . . u/orking for B & 
C, the cafeteria, the English de- 
partnnent, the admissions office, 
etc ... letters to and from those 
missing ... the noisy ones aren't 
here . . . watching films till your 
eyes go bleary . . . stuck in the 
snow . . . sliding down hills, steps 
. . . something I always wanted to 
study . . . getting to know a famil- 
iar face . . . previewing the trauma 
of comps . . . 







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Its been 



door die ... four years packed 
into one exam ... I hope I don't 
have for my orals . . . I've nev- 
er studied this much in my life . . . 
be waiting for me at 4 pm here 
. . . with a bottle . . . and, oh, were 
the corks popping . . . con- 
gratulations . . . tears and hugs . . . 
January term people give moral 
support . . . distinction . . . sleep- 
less nights ... agony for weeks, 
then a simple "passed" for jubila- 
tion . . . 






Make New Friends, 









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But Keep The Old 



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long awaited day after all those 
parties . . . will four o'clock ever 
come? . . . the best pledge class 
. . . run up that hill? . . . who gets 
to carry the flag? . . . anxiety . . . 
second thoughts? . . . picnic din- 
ner on top of many beers 
chugged . . . let's tour the campus 
. . . more kegs than ever for one 
day . . . everyone here is passed 
out and its only 9 o'clock ... 
shirts to wear . . . begin pledge 
education . . . quality, not quan- 
itity in pledges . . . 




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Where the Boys are 




Get me out of here . . . ride des- 
pertly needed to Florida . . . you're 
not going to Florida? . . . reserva- 
tion, how many in a room? ... I 
need a new bathing suit, sung- 
lasses, suntan lotion, sundress . . . 
squeezed in a car for an entire 
day ... so many college kids ... 
bring me back some sunshine . . . 
trouble gettin back . . . United's 
strike . . . again Bethany is calm, 
but lonely . . . high-school age 
visitors rampage the lounges . . . 
choir trip to Canada ... let my 
tan never fade . . . you sure you 
can sit that in that trunk . . . while 
I was laying out I had goose 
bumps, that night I had a sun- 
burn — remarkable . . . Hilton 
Fiead . . . here comes the freckles 




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The Stars Are Here 





Richard Valerian! . . . NBC . . . foreign 
correspondent ... his own book . . . 
Carter's foreign policy . . . from a 
small town newspaper in Trenton to 
Cuba covermg Castro for AP to cor- 
respondent . . . dinner and questions 
in the back dining ground . . . stu- 
dent impact . . . opera . . . "Cosi Fan 
Tuttle" . . . Mosart . . . directed by 
Mildred Miller Posvar ... fickle ... 
women are like that . . . satire . . . 
costumes . . . make up . . . and let's 
perform . . . 



The Singer Sings His Songs 



picnic 
. . Kid- 



Spring Weekend 79 . . 
concert in the cafeteria 
dog . . . down home music . . . 
watermelon and pineapple . . . 
Tom Parks ... a riot . . . laugh- 
ter .. . 3.2 beer . . . square danc- 
ing . . . surprise guest . . . Steve 
Martin . . . clone . . . King Tut 
. . . Michael Stanley Band ... in 
the field house . . . clap your 
hands . . . loud music . . . relax- 
ing to the sounds . . . Sunday in 
the quadrangle . . . Walter 
Weisburg . . . soft listening mu- 
sic ... banjo sounds . . . Mi- 
chael lohnson . . . bluer than 
blue . . . cold weather for 
spring weekend . . . laying in 
the grass . . . keeping beat to 
the music . . . Bubba's Bison 
Inn Stampede . . . runners from 
everywhere . . . 







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It's Perry Gresham Day! 



It's Perry Gresham Day, it's Perry 
Gresham Day . . . parade down 
Main Street . . . fire sirens . . . did 
you order your Perry Gresham 
Day T-shirt? . . . collector items . . . 
dress up . . . the queen . . . deco- 
rate your car . . . where did you 
get that outfit . . . Perry ordered 
over 10 . . . biggest parade in town 





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sn't She Lovely 






You are invited to the J2nd 
annual May Morning Breakfast 
. . . honoring the Seniors ... for 
women only ... a sexist rally? 
. . . fresh strawberries ... are 
you sure it's not an illusion . . . 
why couldn't we have waiters 
like this all the time? . . . carna- 
tions . . . Faith narrates style 
show from bathing suits to 
warm-ups to evening gowns 
. . . from a self-sewn original to 
a Calvin Klein creation . . . mu- 
sic by William E. Crosbie ... 
Helen L. McGuffie speaks on 
faculty impact on her life . . . 
will I return to Bethany? ... 
Mary Pat's hat fmally makes 
the style show . . . trantic be- 
hind the scenes . . . don't trip 
up on that stage ... I get up 
more often on Saturdays if it 
was like this . . . 



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BETHANY 


VISITOR 






9 
3 

6 
13 
14 
1 


lohn Carroll 1 

2 

Geneva 5 

4 

Grove City 7 
5 






8 
1 


Thiel 1 

4 






1 

9 

12 

6 

15 

9 

9 

9 

9 


Duquesne 10 

Waynesburg 7 

2 

Case Western 5 

7 

W&J 6 

6 

Allegheny 6 

6 






4 


Pitt 11 






4 
5 
3 


6 
Hiram 3 

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4 


Kent State 11 






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East Liverpool 4 






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First row, left to right: Larry Kaczmarek, Matt O'Shea, Rick Kenney, Gary Frankhouser, Mike 
Montgomery, Dave lablonowski, Kenny Gongola. Second row, left to right: Coach Dunfee, 
Scott Lanz, Mike Mari, Fred Gongola, lay Outland, Mike Bromey, Lee Frankhouser, Rick 
Zarnoch, Bruce Kiser, lohn Maltese. Third row, left to right: |.R. Wright, Gary Bischof, lohn 
Symanski, |im Lane, Bill Moore, Steve Zsigray, Denny Ranson, Gary Hughes, Tom Daley, Matt 
Montgomery, Mark Brooks. 



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Baseball 






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First in the PAC's . . . three sets of 
brothers . . . Lanz in the papers, most 
valuable player, .500 batting . . . 
chubs-o, conference team - Freddy 
C, Lee Frankhouser, Lanz, Gary 
Hughes . . . ass't. coach |.R. . . . Mari- 
long ball hitter . . . homers ... Dr. 
Ranson . . . tour in Carolinas . . . Ivan 
. . . Duke . . . Ziggy ... big season . . . 



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Track 




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BETHANY 

74 
63 
89 

101 '/2 

72 
90 
106 
81 
60 
79 
51 



Grove City 

Hiram 

lohn Carroll 

Walsh 

Thiel 

Fairmont 

W&J 

Geneva 

Westminster 

CMU 

Allegheny 



VISITOR 

72 
78 
53 

411/2 

72 
54 
37 
64 
85 
66 
93 





Black Mac's 
playing the 
Atinerary joe . 
. . . Dr. Maag 
white shoes , 



. . . Are you 
hard roll ... 
. . Joe Wobble 
. . . Le Car . . . 
, . Alexander's 



2nd in 220 and 3rd in 100 . . . 
Kon 3rd in 880 . . . Villani 3rd 
in javelin . . . Maag 3rd in 
1500 . . . Ace Lone Track 
Team . . . Gena . . . Gafer! . . . 
PAC's . . . Hey dude! . . . Swi- 
genhoag . . , Foreign Agents 
. . . Rod .. . 




First row, left to right: Kip Lewis, Marty Maag, |oe Trubacz, Dan Sigler, Steve Peterson, |im Delvin, 
Kurt Plouck, |im Leon. Second row, left to right: Doug Bain, Brian Starkey, Bruce Bryan, Dave Blaner, 
lim Shaw, |ohn Quinn, lohn Alexander, Bill Carver, Dave Gundling, Jeff Thompson, Alex Kon, Scott 
Dillinger, Mike Dorsey, Denny Williams, Steve Yereb, Rick Villani, Coach Dave Wottle. 



136 




Tennis 



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Standing, left to right: Coacin Kurey, Bruce Brotliis, Ted DeSelding, left Sieber, Marl< Hayes, Ken 
Zirm, Pete Sanderson, limmy Paige, Keith Todd, Andy Feierstein, Dave Hayes, Kurey. 



BETHANY 

4 
6 

4 
9 
5 

7 



Hiram 

Allegheny 

Geneva 

Thiel 

Robert Morris 

Grove City 



VISITOR 


3 
5 

4 
2 
6 





Hayes and Zirm-double champs 
again . . . undefeated too ... get a 
haircut, Keith ... "I'll give you the 
pants if I can keep the top . . . who's 
racket is Ted using today . . . new- 
comers boost moral . . . Del Ratona 
... 37 degrees at PAC's . . . shut-up 
Pete . . . Schmoe . . . Andy's van gak 
. . . Thiel - we couldn't have done it 
without you Mark . . . Let's jam the 
tots . . . wake up call for Ted . . . 




137 



Golf 



Coach's driving ability . . . Todd's 
drives . . . Marl< C.'s puts? . . . the 
bench brothers ... hit the links 
. . . not again Todd! . . . high gross 
Groat . . . Habs hit 'em hard . . . 
PAC tub of ice . . . Danny D and 
Glyn T. ... a couple strokes less 
and we would have had 'em . . . 
can't get rid of that slice . . . flex- 
ibilities . . . alot of potential . . . 
victory over Case ... no seniors 




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Standing, left to right; Coach Ault, Mark Jordan, Ross Fowler, )ohn Haberfield, 
Cunningham, Scott Eisenlohr, Todd Williams, Carol Groat. 



Mark 




VARSITY B - First row, left to right: Rick Gdtek, John Shope, Donny Morehouse, Greg 
Fenton, Advisor |im Dafler. Second row, left to right: Scott Dillinger, Mark FHayes, Carl 
Clemens, Tom Denne, |ohn Tritschler, Dale Grosso, Rick Villani, Dave Priore. 



BETHANY 

481 




W&l 

Thiel 

lohn Carroll 

Case Western 

Marietta 

Hiram 

Grove City 

Waynesburg 

Westminster 

Allegheny 

Grove City 

Pitt 

CMU 

W&l 

Clarion 

Slippery Rock 



VISITOR 

461 
478 
448 
484 
378 
421 
435 
470 
422 
458 
397 
389 
399 
427 
384 
367 



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BETHANY 




VISITOR 


8 


WesI Liberty 


2b 


2b 


Chatham 


2J 


](-> 


Robert Morris 


17 


8 


Waynesburg 


q 


20 


Chatham 


1 1 


8 


Calif. State 


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First row, left to right: Connie Lambires, Lisa DeFuso, Leslie Bertel, Sue Kaplan. Second row, 
left to right: Melanie Stevens, Cindy Marks, Diane Pfeil, Sue Woods, Claudia Gilmartin, 
Margaret Weidman, Jan Charles. Third row, left to right: Coach luan Rodriquez, Carol Tozzo, 
Kathy Leitch, Connie Carpenter, Terry Swinehart, Cam lohnson, Mary Stavish, Coach Donna 
Keith, |oe. 



Softball 



Arriba! Arriba! 



which field is 



oursr 



rain again 



treat us 



like ball players . . . I'm going to 
kick you all the way back to Beth- 
an\ . . . how could she tag me 
with her back turned towards 
me? . . . what are we playing you 
for anyway Houston;' . . . some- 
body put a ball in that pitcher's 
mouth . . . which way is second 
base . . . real uniforms next year 
. . . good season, good coach, 
good year . . . 



139 



Lacrosse 




BETHANY 


VISITOR 


13 WVU 


12 


'- Morgantown 


5 


5 Slippery Rock 


8 


8 Pitt 


12 


^ Oberlin 


8 


'■* Allegheny 


4 


21 w&l 


7 


1^ Marietta 


7 


^ Pitt 


12 


1 W&l 








Men's team - third in Alleghe- 
ny Lacrosse League . . . Korn- 
first in total points, goals 
scored and MVP oftense . . . 
Kleehammer-first in assists . . . 
lohnson-MVP defense 
McConaghy-Unsirving Hero . . , 
Walter Bortz Award-Billy Korn 
. . . road trips ... 6-4 season . . . 
four overtimes in the rain with 
WVU . . . headers . . . Peach- 
head . . . malicious . . . Beaver's 
alive! . . . titmouse . . . women's 
lacrosse and Coach Sally . . . 
Haley to Van Ripperscore! . . . 
big white ... Penny and Kelli, 
yellow flags ... the crowd-red 
flag ... it is Kim or Lisa? . . . 
unprofessional to semi-profes- 
sional . . . smooth field . . . 
officials? . . . 




First rov 



3w, lell lu right: Phil Healy, )ohn Leibreck, John Kleehammer, Coach Paul Chewning Drew 
McConaghy, Dave Cottington, Ian Armstrong, Neil Helme, Mike Doyle. Second row left to right- 
Dave Wittek, Chns Payne, Ian GolcJberg, left Boucek, Rex Johnson, Bob Campbell, Bob Livingston 
Dave Borda, Dave Hess, Paul Read, Chns Matthai, Dave Otto, Joe McCardle, Mike Hamilton Billy 
Korn ' 



140 



First row, left to right; Beth Van Ripper, Sue Haley, Linda Keale, Millicenl Connors. Second row, 
left to right: Coach Sally Dorwart, lean Whalen, Deb Scheirer, Shelley Wells, Carey Kohler, 
Betsy Carey, Sue Williams, Kim Borelli, Lisa Bissell, Terry Zabrucky, Lee Ann Paquette, Carol 
Moeller, Kelli Theall, Cindv Digna^io, Penny Poirier, Val Morris 







k' 






■..V 



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141 



1978-79 Men's 


Intramurals 


Final Stand 


ngs 




Sigma Nu 








310.5 


Beta Theta Pi 








305.5 


Kappa Alpha 








253 


Alpha Sigma Phi 








222 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 








173 


Phi Kappa Tau 








155 


Delta Tau Delta 








154 


Overflow 








78 


Woolery 








77.5 


Morlan 








71 


McLean-McEachern 








24 



Men's Second Semester Intramural Results 



Basketball 



Beta Theta Pi 
Sigma Nu 
Alpha Sigma Phi 



Bete Theta Pi 
Sigma Nu 
Morlan 



"B" League 



7-0 
6-1 
4-3 



8-0 

7-1 
6-2 





Kappa Alpha 
Sigma Nu 
Beta Theta Pi 

Alpha Sigma Phi 
Kappa Alpha 
Sigma Nu 

Sigma Nu 
Beta Theta Pi 
Kappa Alpha 
Phi Kappa Tau 

Kappa Alpha 
Sigma Nu 
Beta Theta Pi 

Sigma Nu 
Beta Theta Pi 
Kappa Alpha 

Kappa Alpha 
Sigma Nu 
Beta Theta Pi 

Beta Theta Pi 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Sigma Nu 



Wrestling 



Swimming 



Softball 



Tennis 



Golf 



Track 



Racketball 



77.5 


pts. 


50.5 


pts. 


44 


pts. 


74.5 


pts. 


65 


pts. 


46.5 


pts. 




9-0 




6-2 




6-2 




6-2 


20 


pts. 


17 


pts. 


12.5 


pts. 




359 




374 




384 


70 


pts. 


69 


pts. 


66 


pts. 


27 


pts. 


17 


pts. 


14.5 


pts. 



142 



Second Semester Intramurals 



Women's Second Semester Intramural Results 
Bowling 

Goodnight (only team) 



Alpha Xi Delta 
Freshmen 
Phi Mu 
Goodnight 



Alpha Xi Delta 
Phi Mu 
Goodnight 



Goodnight 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Phi Mu 
Kappa Delta 



Basketball 



Swimming 



Softball 



,140 pms 



6-0 
4-2 
4-2 
4-2 



66 pts. 
53 pts. 
49 pts. 



6-0 
5-1 

4-2 
3-3 





Track 



Goodnight 
Phi Mu 



144 

70 



1978-79 Women's Intramurals Final Standings 



Goodnight 

Phi Mu 
Freshmen 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Alpha Xi I3elta 
Kappa Delta 
Pi Beta Phi 



249.5 

(new record) 

171.5 

104 

96 

60 

50 

25 



143 



Sing, 
Sing a Son 



Creek Sings . . . do, rey, mi ... Pi 
Beta Phi and Phi Kappa Tau win- 
ners . . . suits and ties . . . match- 
ing outfits . . . Halls of Ivy . . . Sue 
Carse receives outstanding fresh- 
men women award from the 
brothers of Phi Kappa Tau . . . 
songs range from a medley of 
the Sound of Music to Ashgrove 
. . . songleaders and practice . . . 
honoring Mother's Day . . . Par- 
ent's Weekend too . . . taking 
home the first load of junk . . . we 
don't eat like this all the time . . . 
but, Mom, Benedum Commons is 
not "eating out" . . . Father Di- 
Bacco's last mass . . . clean the 
room . . . use the vaccuum cleaner 
... how about a loan till summer 
vacation . . . goodies from home 
. . . Happy Mother's Day! . . . 






144 




A Little Night Music 







A Little Night Music . . . Stephen 
Sondheim . . . musical . . . Director 
David ludy . . . bittersweet tale of 
love . . . "Send in the Clowns" . . . 
professional posters . . . practice, 
practice, practice . . . break a leg 
. . . chorus . . . 1979 musical pro- 
duction . . . look out Broadway, 
here we come . . . I've learned to 
do math problems in my head 
while reciting my lines . . . 

145 



Honor Societies 



Alpha Psi Omega — Theatre: Top picture, 
first row. left to right: Karen Clark, Dave 
Hoseini, Sarah Bunkley, Pete lensen, |ohn 
Sayers, Diana Pertlaga. Second row; left to 
right: David )udy, Bill Crosbie, John Taylor, 
Lee Mercer, Dave Weber, Bill Hickok, Fran 
McDormand, Tim Thompson, Nina 
Schroth, Mary Pat Millea. Missing from 
picture: Tom Humes, lulie O'Neil, Lisa 
Sweeney, Sara VVaxman, Vern Ticknor. 
Sigma Delta Pi - Spanish: Center picture, 
first row, left to right: Fresia Risso, Tara 
Renner, Marjorie Carty. Second row, left 
to right: Gail Egger, Sardis Mendez, Sue 
Haley, Arlene Rodriquez, Claudia 
Gilmartin, Missy Kearney, Ken Jacobs, 
lames Carty. Missing from picture: 
Maureen Green, Sue High, Kathy Kane, 
.Marie leanty 

Beta, Beta Beta — Biology: Bottom picture, 
first row, left to right: Melinda Elliot, Frank 
Trupo, Gary Bergman, Lori Dragonir. 
losette Cicone, Paul McKay. Second row, 
left to right: Shaun Moss, Walter Russo, 
|im Freese, lohn Shabb, Larry Houts. 
Honor societies not pictured: 
Kappa Pi — Art: Ann Martino, Karen 
Guida, Penny Poirier, Ellen Trebilcock. 
Society For Collegiate Journalists — 
Communications: Rick Kenney, Scarlett 
Foster, Moya Melnick, Leslie Bertel, 
George Couch, Claire Heaney, Dave Horn, 
Leslie Lomasson, Harry Mainzer, Angelo 
Pascucci, Anne Royston, Patty Schodder, 
Billie Schrecker, Faith Skowronski, Donna 
Staderman, Liz Stevens, Linda LJnger, 
Maggie Winans, Neil Arthur, Ann Bailey, 
Sandy Block, Pete Clough, Rich Foge, Chris 
Fowler, Beth Grace, Pete Jenson, Rachel 
Long, Nora Melnick, )im Rice, Russ 
Rogerson, John Sayers, Mark Stultz, Cindy 
Wilcox. 

Omicron Delta Epsilon — Economics: 
Frank Haas, Mike Laughner, Tony 
Mourkas, Billie Schrecker, Mark Sloan, 
Gene Turley, Dottie Vojvodich, Brad 
Bohrer, Nora Bonville, Barb Goresh, 
Bonnie Hewitt, Doug Holmes, Neil 
Johnson, Bob McCann, Beth Rommel, 
Steve Zsigray, 

Phi Delta Psi — Physical Education: lohn 
Symanski, Bil Railing, Mark Brooks, Mark 
Cook, Tom Humes, Laura Lowe, Kelly 
Martin, Don Morehouse, |im Regan, 
Charles Remus, Pete Sanderson, )eff 
Severino, Carol Tozzo, lohn Alexander, 
Maureen Green, Randy Patterson, Kathy 
Talley. 

Lambda lota Tau - English: Sarah Bunkley, 
Sean Burke, Kathy Kane, Lynda Kelsesky, 
Mike Laughner, Marc Runyon, Billie 
Schrecker, Linda Unger, Rich Williams, 
Ken Zirm. 



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of 

the World 



Phi Alpha Theta - History: Frank Haas, Bill Kerr, Barb Wheeler, Rick 
Zarnoch, Ruth Ball, Brad Bohrer, Greg jordon, lohn Lipinski, Chuck 
Nalbarilian, Caryn Teutsch. 

Kappa Mu Epsilon - Mathematics: Gene Turley, Perry Gaughan, Beth 
Penfleld, Ralph Artuso, Bonnie Hewitt, |enny Maurer, Frank Merryman, Beth 
Rommel, Kevin Stulga, Steve Zsigray, |oe Amato, Teryl Berriman, Melinda 
Elliott, Dave FHayes, Ken lacobs, Margaret Kemp, Matt Maggio, Danny 
Marich, Fred Phelleps, Steve Santilli, Beth Wilson. 

KALON: Scarlett Fostrjr, Paul McQuade, Lynda Kelsesky, Lori Dragonir, 
Perry Gaughan, Nancy McLaughlin, Marc Runyon, Billie Schrecker, Dottie 
Vojvodicti, Ken Zirm, Rick Kenney, Caryn Teutsch, Lisa Traub, Rick Zarnoch. 
Gamma Sigma Kappa: Ralph Artuso, Sharon Chambers, Beth Covert, Pat 
Dautel, Cindy Grey, Mike Laughner, Paul McQuade, Frank Merryman, 
Sherry Miller, Marc Runyon, Gene Turley, Barb Wheeler, Steve Zsigray, Phil 
Ashton, Tim Barlett, Brad Bohrer, Nora Bonville, Melinda Elliott, Scarlett 
Foster, Frank Haas, Bonnie Hewitt, Ken lacobs, George Kellis, Debbie 
Scheirer, Mark Seabright, John Shabb, Dottie Vojvodich, Ken Zirm, 




College-Wide Awards 

The Francis O. Carter Prize - Kenneth A. Zirm (Outstanding 

Senior) 

The W,F, Kennedy Prize - Richard |. Kenney (Outstanding 

junior Man) 

Pittsburgh Bethany College Club Award — Caryn Ann Teutsch 

(Outstanding junior Woman) 

Vira Heinz Travel Award - Melinda Elliot 

Departmental Awards 

Biology 

Senior — |ohn Shabb 

Freshman - Gary Bergman and Shaun Moss 
Business and Economics 

Forrest H. Kirkpatrick Award - Eleanor Bonville and Frank 
Haas 

Wall Sireel journal Award - Eugene Turley 
Communications 

Society for Collegiate journalists Award - Janet Drogowski 
and David Hosseini 

Scholarship Award - Elizabeth Ann Sentell 

Channel Three Television Service Award - Robert Forrest 

WVBC Senior Award — Faith Skowronski 

E.E. Roberts Award — Scarlett Foster 

Scripps - Howard Award - Faith Skowronski and Larry 
Metlzer 
English 

Cammie Pendleton (Sophomore) — Karen Wallace 

Cammie Pendleton (junior) — Christine Phillips 

Christine Burleson — Linda Unger 

Florence Hoagland - Kathleen Kane 
History — Frank Haas 

Mathematics - Ralph Artuso and Stephen Zsigray 
Foreign Language 

Pearl Mchalfey - Sharon Chambers 

Theodore R. Kimpton — Edith H. Crane 

Margaret Woods — Tara Renner 

Shirley Morris — Gail Egger 
Physical Education 

John ]. Knight - William Railing and John Symanski 

S. Elizabeth Reed — Maureen Green 
Physics - Richard Ayer and Fred Phelleps 
Psychology - Patricia Brunt 
Religious Studies — Marc Runyon 
Sociology — luan Rodriguez 

Anna Ruth Bourne Women's Housing Unit Award - Kappa 
Delta 
W. Kirk Woolery Men's Housing Unit Award — Phi Kappa Tau 



147 



Looks Like We Made It 







148 






May 26, 197M . . . the day we have 
been waiting for ... it seems like 
only yesterday . . . Mom and Dad, 
relatives, friends watching me . . . 
everyone came because they 
didn't believe I could do it ... 
nerve-racking ... I'll faint when 
he [luts the diploma in my hand 
. . . signed by my favorite profes- 
sors . . . will it get me the job? . . . 
many mterviews ahead ... or grad 
school . . . yes, the input, money, 
time, hard work was worth it . . . 
packing four years into ten boxes 
. . . will it fit into the car . . . does 
this mean good-bye? . . . Oreon E. 
Scott Award — Barbara Wheeler 
. . . will I be back . . . alumni now 




149 








150 



Seniors — Almost Heaven? 





Counting the days . . . senior pro- 
jects . . our last homecoming, 
Perry Gresham Day Parade . . . 
senior seminar , . . four years of 
Bethany . . . studying tor comps 
. . . what time are your orals . . . 
who do you have on them . . . 
typing resumes . . . |ob appli- 
cations . . . hunting for that job 
. . . graduation and counting the 
days . . . what the future holds for 
us . . . I'm a Senior! . . . 





151 






TOP LEFT; MARIBETH FORD; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Psy- 
chology, Zetz Tau Al|iha, Homecoming Court. 
TOP RIGHT: SEAN J. BURKE; Glenshaw, Pa.; English, 
Lambda lota Tau, Overflow. 

MIDDLE LEFT: WARREN T. "STONEY" STONE; Haver- 
ford, Pd.; Elementary education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
SNEA, intramurals. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: RALPH ARTUSO; Ligioner, Pa.; Math, 
Senior Fellow, kappa Alpha — President, Soccer, In- 
tramurals. 




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TOP LEFT: CINDY GREY; Can- 

nonsburf5, Pa.; Polilicdl Science, 
Campbell. 

TOP RIGHT: CAROLYN TOZZO; 
Fort Myers, Fla.; Llemenlary tdu- 
cation, Goodnight, Field Hockey, 
Softball Club, IntramuraK. 
BOTTOM LEFT: SCARLETT LEE 
FOSTER; Charleston, W.Va.; Com- 
munications, Senior Fellow, Phi 
Mu — Pres., Kalon Outstanding 
lunior Woman, Who's Who, Folio 

— Editor, Bethanian, Tower, SBOG 

— Secretary, 

BOTTOM RIGHT: YEANNIS 
"JOHN" MAMALS; Athens, 
Greece, Economics, Soccer, ISA, 
Economics Club. 





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TOP LEFT; JAMES W. "FREEZIE" FREESE; Wheeling, 

W.Va.; Chemistry, Phi Kappa Tau, Tri Beta, Track, \n- 

tramurals. 

TOP RIGHT GREGORY DENNIS "DULK" DULOWSKI; 

Cadiz, Oh,; Physical Education, Sigma Nu, Basketball — 
Co-Captain, Assistant Coach, Intramurals. 
MIDDLE LEFT; Susan Miriam Schwartz; Charleston, 
W.Va.; Communications, Alpha Xi Delta — Secretary, 
Bethanian. 

MIDDLE RIGHT; HARRY GRAHAM KISKADDON; Ti 
tusville. Pa.; Sociology, McEachern, Concert Band, 
Stage Band. 
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TOP LEFT: PATRICIA ANN DAUTEL; Rockville 
Centre, N.Y.; Elementary Education, Alpha Xi 
Delta, Senior Fellow, Gamma Sigma Kappa, 
Paris Semester. 

TOP RIGHT: STEPHEN V. "ZIGGY" ZSIGRAY, 
JR.; Tiltonsville, Oh; Math, Economics, Sigma 
Nu — Commander, Gamma Sigma Kappa, Kap- 
pa Mu Epsilon, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Who's 
Who, Baseball, Basketball - Co-Captain, Resi- 
dent Assistant. 

MIDDLE; DONALD O. MOREHOUSE, JR.; 
Greenwich, N.Y.; Physical Education, Beta 
Theta Pi, Football. 

BOTTOM: KAREN LYNN BARNOSKY; Chaleroi, 
Pa.; Communications, Goodnight, Tri Beta, 
SBOG. 







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TOP LEFT TARA LEI RENNER; 

Skaneateles, N.Y.; Spanish, Kappa 
Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish 
Club — Pres., Saturday School. 
TOP RIGHT: MAUREEN ANN 
GREEN; West Springfield, Md.; 
Spanish, Physical Education, Good 
night, Sigma Delta Pi, Basketball. 
BOTTOM LEFT: MARK GENARD; 
Youngwood, Pa.; Math, Football, 
Math Club. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: ELIZABETH 
COVERT; Penn Van, N.Y.; Psy- 
chology, Senior Fellow, Gamma 
Sigma Kappa, Resident Assistant. 





156 




TOP; GARY G. BUSACCA; Wheel- 
ing, W.Va.; Economics, Philoso- 
phy, Beta Theta Pi, Economics 
Club — Pres., ResicJent Assistant, 
SBOG, McLean - President. 



CURT HELLER; 

Pa.; Chemistry, 



MIDDLE LEFT: 
McKees Rocks, 
Woolery, 
MIDDLE RIGHT 
TY; Brilliant, Oh. 
Physics, Chess Club. 
BOTTOM: SARAH LISA 
SWEENEY; Rocky River, Oh.; Eng- 
lish 



DAVID COUN- 

^hilosophy. 






157 



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TOP LEFT: MARK E. HAYES; Ramsey, 

N.).; Economics, Alpha Sigma Phi, 

Tennis. 

TOP RIGHT: DAVID SHANE EGAN; 

Pittsburgh, Pa.; Communications, 
Beta Theta Pi - Pres., IPC, Resident 
Assistant. 

MIDDLE LEFT: LYNDA H. BUCH- 
BINDER; Freehold, N.).; Elementary 
Education, Goodnight, SNEA. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: WILLIAM "JR" 
WRIGHT; Weirton, W.Va.; Sports 
Communications, Beta Theta Phi, 
Football - Captain, TV 3. 



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TOP: VIC CELO; Dorseyville, Pa.; 
Economics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
BOTTOM LEFT: VERNON WADE 
"BERNARD" TICKNOR; kirlland, 
Oh.; Communication, Woolery, 
Soccer, Kappa Alpha, Theater. 
BOTTOM MIDDLE: R. SCOTT 
LITCHARD; Dryden, N.Y.; Eco- 
nomics, Alpha Sigma Phi, La- 
crosse, Intramurals, 
BOTTOM RIGHT: JIM "VINCE" 
JUDY; Duquense, Pa.; English, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Nu. 






159 






TOP: SCOTT LANZ; Sanatoga, Pa.; 
Communications, Beta Theta Pi, 
Football — Captain, All American, 
Softball - Captain, Who's Who. 
MIDDLE LEFT: JOHN DAVID 
"DUKE" SYMANSKI; Saddle River, 
N.|.; Physical Education, Baseball, 
Basketball - Assistant Coach. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: CHARLES A. 
"CHUCK" BARASH; Valley 
Stream, N.Y.; Biology, Tri Beta, 
Saturday School, 

BOTTOM: THOMAS ALLEN 
HUMES; Baltimore, Md., Physical 
Education, Sigma Nu. 




160 






lOP LEFI EDITH HOBSON 

CRANE; Silver Spring, Md.; 
French, Pi Beta Phi - V.P.; Sor- 
bonne semester. Phi Tau Little 
Sister. 

TOP RIGHT: ELIZABETH A. 
MAYER; Avalon, Pa., Elemen- 
tary Education, Zeta Tau Alpha 
- V.P., SNEA. 

MIDDLE LEFT; RICK AVER; 
Cranby, Ct.; Physics. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: JUAN 
"NANY" RODRIGUEZ; Brook- 
lyn, N.Y.; Sociology, Agape. 
BOTTOM: NANCY |. BREWS- 
TER; East Liverpool, Oh.; Soci- 
ology, Goodnight, Delta Tau 
Delta Little Sister. 





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TOP ELEANOR "NORA" BON- 
VILLE; Pasadena, Ca.; Economics, 
Alpha Xi Delta, Economics Club, 
Omicron Delta Epsilon, SBOC, 
Pannhellenic Council, Senior Fel- 
low — Economics. 
MIDDLE LEET: RANDY CLAY; 
Eiebron, Oh., Religion, Phi Kappa 
Tau. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: DAVID "YOGI" 
PORTER; Westboro, Ma.; Psy- 
chology, McEachern. 
BOTTOM; GAIL SELDEN; Massa- 
pequa Pk, N.Y.; Communications, 
Alpha Xi Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon 
Name Entertainment Committee, 
WVBC, T.V. 3. 




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TOP ELIZABETH ANN "LIZ" SEN- 
TELL; South [ucllcl. Oh,, Commu- 
nKdtujns, Alpha Xi-Delta V.P., 
Tower. 

MIDDll KIMBERLY C. "KIM" 
RODGERS; I'ennsboiu, \\ A a., 
Elemenlary Education, Goodnight 
House, SNEA, Au(kii)()n Sm ict\ 
BOTTOM LEFT: JOHNNY "A" AL- 
EXANDER; Bridgeport, Oh., Physi- 
cal Education, Beta Eheta Phi, 
Erack - Tri Captain, SBOG, IPC, 
Education Eionor Society. 
BOETOM RIGHT: SCOTT SUN- 
SHINE; North Babylon, \.^.: Po- 
litical Sc ience; Phi Kappa Tau, Po- 
litical Affairs — President, Israel 
Semester. SBOG, Intramurals, 
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TOP LEFT RICHARD "RICK" 

KEMMERER, )R.; Royersford, Pa.; 
Psychology, Football, Tubingen 
Semester, Polygot. 
TOP RIGHT: MICHAEL ZEBRINE; 



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Harwick, Pa., Math — Economics, 

Overflow, Soccer — All PAC, 

SBOG. 

BOTTOM LEFT: RONALD 

"TRUD" MOUNTS; Washmgton, 

Pa., Communications, Woolery, 

Soccer, 



Intramurals. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: CLAIRE 
HEANEY; Eastchester, NY, Camp- 
bell, Communications, Theater, 
TV 3. 







TOP: EDWARD "EDMO" REMUS; 

Frederick, \UJ., Physical Lduca- 
tion, Sigma Nu, Football, Phi Del- 
ta Psi, Intramurals, 
MIDDLE LFFT: FRANCES "FRAN" 
MCDORMAND; Monessen, Pa.; 
theater — Senior Fellow, Alpha 
Psi Omega. 

MIDDLF RIGHT: LOUISE REASS; 
New Hyde Park, N.Y.; Economics, 
Kappa Delta — Treasurer, Tower, 
Cheerleader, Spanish Club, Eco- 
nomics Club 

BOTTOM: ANNE W. ROYSTON; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Communications, 
Alpha Xi Delta - Treasurer, Pi 
Delta Epsilon. 



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TOP LEFT: 
SMITH; Ken 
munications, 
Pres.SBOG 
TOP RIGHT: 
TON; Butler 
Swimming — 
BOTTOM 
MOURKAS; 
nomics, Phi 
V.P., WVBC. 
BOTTOM Rl 
LEPS; Butler, 



LYNNE "SMITTY" 

nington, Md.; Com- 

. Zeta Tau Alpha 

- V. P., Who's Who. 

DAVID COTTING- 

Pa., Beta Theta Pi, 

Captain, Lacrosse. 

LEFT: ANTHONY 

Pittsburgh, Pa., Eco- 

Kappa Tau - Pres., 

GHT FRED R. PHEL- 

Pa., Physics, Phi Tau. 






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TOP: DARLENE ANUSKEWICZ; 

St. Clairsville, Oh.; Elemcnldrv td- 
ucation, Alpha Xi Delta. 
\Ui:)DLE LEFT: JAMES MOWRY 
POOL; Pittsburgh, Pa. Commu- 
nications, Beta Theta Pi, Basket- 
ball, Baseball. 

MIDDLE RIGHT; SHARON 
CHAMBERSO; Webster, NY; 
French, Gamma Sigma Kappa, 
Resident Assistant, SBOG, Student 
Court. 

BOTTO.M: MICHELE ARM- 
STRONG; London, England, Psy- 
chology, Zeta Tau Alpha. 






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TOP LEFT: LINDA ANN UNGER; 

Seaford, N.Y.; English, Pi Beta Phi 
Lambda lota Tau, Harbinger. 
TOP RIGHT: WENDY LOUISE 
KUHN; Larchmont, N.Y.; Psy- 
chology, Pi Beta Phi - V.P., 
SBOG. 



BOTTOM LEFT: RICHARD GARY 
"FOGMAN" MEYER; Rosslyn Farms, 
Pa., Communications, Delta Tau 
Delta — Treasurer, Tower, Tennis, 
WVBC, Bethanian. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: ARMAND L. 
"DILLO" NATILI, JR.; Butler, Pa; 
Psychology, Woolery — President, 
Woolery — President, Basketball — 
Co-Captain. 













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TOP: TODD BAUHAN HYDE; 

Summit, N|.; C-Oinmiiiiu dlion^, 
Overflow. 

MIDDLE LEFT: JULIANNE E. 
O'NEIL; Dovvnint^lown, Pd.; 
Psychology, Pi Beld Phi - Presi- 
dent, Alpha Psi Omega, Con- 
cert Choir, VIA. MIDDLE 
RKillT MICHAEL E. LAUGH- 
NER; Beaver Eails, Pa.; Econom- 
ics, Phi Kappa Tau - President, 
Gamma Sigma Kappa, Omicron 
Delta Epsilon, Shaw Travel 
Award, Spanish Club, Messiah. 



BOTTOM: JOHN A. LAU; 
Rockville, Md.; Sports Commu- 
nications, Delta Tau Delta, 
Baseball, Concert Choir 






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TOP LEFT: CYNTHIA LYNNE 
"CYNDIE" JONES; Piscatavvay, 
K |.; Elementary Education; kappa 
Delta, SNEA, Intramurals 
TOP RIGHT: ANGELO M. PAS- 
CUCCI; Deer Park, N.Y.; Commu- 
nications; Overflow 
BOTTOM LEET: DEB PALMER; 
Harborcreek, Pa.; Economics; 
Goodnight House 
BOTTOVl RIGHT: FRANK JOSEPH 
HAAS; VVellsburg, W.Va.; Eco- 
nomics/History; Overflow; SPOG 
President, Outstanding lunior, 
Economics Club, Phi Alpha Theta, 
Omicron Delta Epsilon, Student 
Court justice 







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TOP LEFT TERENCE P. "WALLY" 

MULLANE; Chatham, N.|.: Eco- 
nomics, Sigma Nu; SBOG, In- 
tra murals 

TOP RIGHT: MARY PAT MILLEA; 
Harrison, N.|.; English; .Alpha Psi 
Omega, Campbell 
BOTTOM LEET: KENNETH R. JA- 
COBS JR.; Croton-en-Hudson, N.I.; 
Mathematics: kappa Alpha; Sigma 
Delta Pai; Kappa Mu Epsilon; 
Math Club, Spanish Club. 
BOTTO.W RIGHT: PATRICIA 
"PAT" MARIE BRUNT; Toms Ri\ 
er, N.|.; Psychology, Saturday 
School. 



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TOP LEFT; JAMES "JIMMY" 

HOWARD; Norwalk, Ct.; Elemen- 
tary Education, Kappa Alpha, 
SNEA, IFC, Tennis, K.D. Little 
Brother. 

TOP RIGHT: THERESA "TERRI" 
WALLACE; Wheeling, W.Va.; Psy- 
chology, Kappa Delta — Presi- 
dent, Swim Team Manager, Who's 
Who, Intramurals, Tower. 
BOTTOM LEFT: KENNETH A. 
ZIRM; Hudson, Oh.; Political Sci- 
ence, Senior Fellow, Lambda lota 
Tau, Tennis, Renner LJnion Pro- 
gram Board, Who's Who. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: DAN "UNIT" 
DEMEIS; West Mifflin, Pa.; Eco- 
nomics, Sigma Nu, SBOG, Eco- 
nomics Club. 





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TOP LEFT: NANNETTA "NAN" 
NACKOUL; Cannonsburg, Pa,; 
Sociology, Goodnight, Sociolo- 
gy Club, Delta Tau Delta Little 
Sister. 

TOP RIGHT: PAUL MCKAY; 
Wheeling, W.Va.; Biology, Tri 
Beta, TV 3, 

BOTTOM: HARRY "MONGO" 
MAINZER; Zougue, \ A\: Politi- 
cal Science; Phi Kappa Tau, Pi 
Delta Epsilon, Alpha Phi Gam- 
ma, WVBC, Pi Beta Phi Little 
Brother. 



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TOP LEFT FRANKLIN C. MERRY- 
MAN; Mingo lunction, Oh.; Physics, 
Math, Phi kappa Tau, Gamma Sigma 
Kappa, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi 
Sigma, Track, Who's Who, Beth- 
anian, IFC 

TOP RIGHT: SHARON LEA "SHIR- 
RON" ROTH; Yardley, Pa.; Commu- 
nications, Alpha Xi [.5('lta. 
MIDDLE LEFT; AMY LYNN VILLANI; 
Bridgeville, Pa.; Communications, 
Zeta Tau Alpha. 

MIDDLE RIGHT; CHRISTINE LYNN 
PALMER; Wheeling, W.Va.; Commu- 
nications, Phi Mu, TV 3, Home- 
coming Court. 




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TOP LEFT: ROBERT STAPLES 
CARPENTER; Hasting', on Hud- 
son, N.Y.; Economics, kappa Al- 
pha, Soccer. 

TOP RIGHT: MARK A. SNIE- 
GOCKI; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Commu- 
nications, Beta Theta Pi, Football 
— All Conference, TV 3. 



LEFT: WILLIAM "BILL" KERR; 

L\nntield, \Ui.; History, Phi l\a|i|ia 
Tdu, Phi Al|Dha Theta, Saturd.iN 
SchooL 

Mir:)DLE RIGHT: DAVE "HOUiJ- 
INI" HOSEINI; Livingston, \ I.: 
Communications, Overflow, Tow- 
er, Folio, Theater. 



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TOP JOANNE L. )AFFREY; Sum- 
mit, N.|.; Elementary Education, 
SNEA, Kappa Delta — Member- 
ship, Saturday School, Bethany 
Nurser\ School. 

iMIDDLE LEFT: HEATHER A. TRU- 
SHEL; Weirton, W.Va.; Psy- 
chology, Goodnight, SBOG, 
French Club, Delta Tau Delta 
Little Sister. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: MICHELLE 
ELAINE SCHRYVER; Barrmgton, 
R.I.; Chemistr\' Phi Mu — Treasur- 
er, Tri Beta, Cheerleader. 
BOTTOM: JOE "CUBBY" CARLEY; 
Glassport, Pa.; Psychology, Eco- 
nomics, Sigma Nu, TV 3. 




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TOP: GAIL EGGER; Green Brook, 
N.|.; Spanish, Sigma Delia Pi, 
Campbell. 

MIDDLE LEFT: WILLIAM JOSEPH 
HESLIN; Commack, N.Y.; Eco- 
nomics, Kappa Alpha, V.P. 
MIDDLE RIGfHT: THOMAS "MR. 
REP" ABRAMS; Allantic High- 
lands, N.j.; Political Science, Phi 
Kappa Tau, Political Affairs - 
Pres., Who's Who, Washington 
Intern. 

BOTTOM: LISA JOY CARLSON; 
Wilton, Ct.; Economics, ka|)[3a 
Delta, Bethanian, Intramurals, Sat- 
urday School. 







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TOP LEFT; GREG "HUTCH" HUTCHISON; New Mar- 
tinsville; W.Va.; Economics, Sigma Nu, Football — All 
District — PAG, SBOG — Treasurer, Intramurals. 
TOP RIGHT: CAROLYN "BEANY" BANEY; Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; Psychology, Phi \lu - .Membership, Field Hockey, 
Intramurals, Delta Tau Delta Little Sister, VIA. 
MIDDLE: SUSAN HALEY; Florhan Park, N.).; Alpha Xi 
Delta - V.P., Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Intramurals, 
Madrid Semester, Communications. 
BOTTOM: JOANNE DAOUST; Cherry Hill, N.).; Alpha 
Xi Delta - President, Interdisciplinary, Concert Cnoir, 
Tri Beta, Softball, Delta Tau Delta Little Sister. 



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TOP LEFT: DAVE CLARK; Trenton, NM ; Physical Educa- 
tion, Delta Tau Delta, Football, Intramurals. 
TOP RIGHT: TRUDEE KAMARAS; Orange, Ct.; Eco- 
nomics, Zeta Tau Alpha — IreasLirer, Economics Club. 
MIDDLE LEFT: KATHLEEN KANE; Svvansboro, N.C.; 
English, Senior Fellow — Outstanding lunior Major, 
Sigma Delta Pi, Lambda lota Tau, Harbinger — Editor. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: ANN M. MARTINO; VVestfield, \.l.; 
Art, Phi Mu, Kappa Pi, SBOG, Renner Union Board, 
Polygot, Bethanian, Intramurals. 



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TOP: ED CROWLEY; Adelphi, 
Md.; English, Overflow, Oxford 
Semester, Soccer, Intramurals. 
MIDDLE LEET: MICHAEL J. 
SHANAMAN; Morris Plains, N.|.; 
Psychology, McEachern. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: DAVID M. 
"CHICO" VELLA; Latrobe, Pa.; 
Economics, Sigma Nu, Eootball, 
Intramurals, 

BOTTOM: SHERRY MARIE MILL- 
ER; Gettysburg, Pa.; Psychology, 
Gamma Sigma Kappa, Oxford Se- 
mester, VIA, ISA, Campus Audo- 
bon. 





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TOP: GENE TURLEY; Latrobe. Pa.; 
Economics, Delta Tau Delta, Kap- 
pa Mu Epsilon, Omicron Delta 
Upsilon, Sigma Gamma Kappa, 
Baseball, 

MIDDLE LEFT: CAROLE SAM- 
SON; Port au Prmce, Haiti; 
Erench, IS.A, Erench Club, Spanish 
Club, 

MIDDLE RIGHT: DAVID J. "OZ- 
ZIE" OSBORNE; Charleroi, Pa.; 
Economics, Overflow, Oxford Se- 
mester, Intramurals, Saturday 
School. 

BOTTOM: DANIEL C. DUNMYER; 
Upper St. Clair, Pa.; Commu- 
nications, Soccer - Captain, Kap- 
pa Alpha - V.P., Resident Assist- 
ant, SBOG - Treasurer. 



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TOP LEFT; FAITH SKOWRONSKI; 

Washington, Pa.; Commu- 
nications, Zeta Tau Alpha, Home- 
coming Court. 

TOP RIGHT: DAVID GUNDLING; 
Wheelmg, \\.\a.; Chemistr\, Beta 
Theta Pi, Track — Captain. 
BOTTO.W LEFT: PAUL ROMANO; 
Old Bridge, .\.V.; Commu- 
nications. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: LORRAINE LEE 
"LORI" DRAGONIR; Foliansbee. 
\\.\a.: Biolog\, Alpha Di Delta, 
Tri Beta - \.P., SBOG, Senior 
Class Secretar\' - Treasurer, Ren- 
ner Union Board. 







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TOP LEFT: GREGORY A. VVIL- 

HEM; Brilliank, Oh.; Philosophy, 
Phi Kappa Tau, Resident Assist- 
ant, Saturday School, Intramurals. 
TOP RIGHT; CHARLES ARA 
"CHUCK" NALBANTIAN; Ridge- 
wood, N.|.; Political Science, Kap- 
pa Alpha,. Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, Who's Who, Senior 
Class President, Student Court, 
SBOG, Resident Assistant. 
BOTTOM LEFT: SUSAN BRIG- 
HAM; Toronto, Ontario: Commu- 
nications, Phi Mu, Homecoming 
Queen, Softball, Intramurals. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: WILLIAM RAIL- 
ING; Wheeling, W.\a.: Physical 
Education, Beta Theta Pi, In- 
tramurals. 



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TOP LEFT: DEBBIE MEHLMAN; St. 

Clairsville, Oh.; Elementary Edu- 
cation, Campbell, SNEA. 
TOP RIGHT; MIKE "LUDE" KO- 
ZAR; Derry, Pa; Psychology, Beta 
Theta Pi, Football, Intramurals. 
BOTTOM LEFT: DAVID "KING" 
NEUROHR; Greensburg, Pa.; In- 
terdisciplinary, Beta Theta Pi, 
Lambda lota Tau, Basketball, 
SBOG 

BOTTOM RIGHT: JAMES M. 
"OTIS" RUE; Wayne, Pa.; Psy- 
chology, Soccer. 







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TOP LEFT: IAN ARMSTRONG; 

Virginia Beach, Va.; Commu- 
nications, Sigma Alpha Epsilon — 
Secretary, Lacrosse Club, In- 
Iramurals. 

LOP RIGHT: DINO A. DEFLAVIO; 
Latrobe, Pa.; Communications, 
Beta Theta Pi. 

BOTTOM LEFT: PETER MASONE; 
BROOKLYN, N.Y.; Biology, Resi- 
dent Assistant, Tri Beta 
BOTTOM RIGHT: SARA ANNE 
WAXMAN; Setauket, N.Y.; Com- 
munications, Zeta Tau Alpha, Al- 
pha Psi Omega, Resident Assist- 
ant. 



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TOP: SUSAN J. MCCANDLESS; 

Medina, Oh.; Economics, Kappa 
Delta - V.P., Saturday School, In- 
tramurals. 

MIDDLE LEFT: MICHAEL D. 
BRYANT; Columbia, Md.; Eco- 
nomics, Overflow, Big Brothers. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: COLLEEN ERIN 
BEADLING; Paris, Pa.; Religion, 
Peace Studies Club, Saturday 
School, Renner Union Board. 
BOTTOM: NEIL R. ARTHER; 
Westfield, N.).; Communications, 
Overflow — President, Tower, Big 
Brothers. 



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TOP LEFT BRUCE R. BROTHIS; 

Cumberland, R.I,; Economics, 
Overflow, Tennis, Big Brothers, 
SBOC. 

TOP RIGHT; PATRICIA SUSAN 
HEAD; Coshouton, Oh.; Econom- 
ics, Zeta Tau Alpha, Recreational 
Practicum Reader, Homecoming 
Court, 

BOTTOM: MARC J. RUNYON; 
Cuyaboga Falls, Oh.; Religion, - 
Senior Fellow, Phi Kappa Tau - 
V.P., Gamma Sigma Kappa, CLEW, 
Lambda lota Tau, Who's Who, 
Agape. 




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TOP LEFT: GEORGE G. COUCH; 

Wellsburg, W.Va.; Sports Commu- 
nications, Delta Tau Delta — Pres., 
V.P., Swimming — Co-Captain, 
Who's Who, SBOG. WVBC, Tow- 
er, Folio. 

TOP RIGHT: SAMUEL LEE BATE- 
MAN; Washmgton, Pa,; Psy- 
chology, Delta Tau Delta, IFC, 
Spanish Club, Political Affairs 
Club 

BOTTOM LEFT: LESLIE ANNE 
"BERT" BERTEL; Woodbury, N.|.; 
Communications, Goodnight, Pi 
Delta Epsilon, Basketball, Softball, 
Intramurals, Tower, WVBC, TV 3. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: RICHARD S. 
WILLIAMS; Emmaus, Pa.; English, 
Lambda lota Tau, Theater, Harbi- 
nger, TV 3, Outstanding Soph- 
omore Major. 






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TOP LEFT: NANCY L. 
MCLAUGHLIN; Glenshavv, Pa., 
Political Science, Goodnight, 
Who's Who, Student Court Chief 
lustice, SBOG, Delta Tau Delta 
Little Sister. 

TOP RIGHT: JAMES KEVIN STEI- 
GER; Cedar knolls, N.|,: Political 
Science, Beta Theta Pi, Baseball, 
Intra murals. 

BOTTOM LEFT: JOHN B. SHABB; 
Charleston, W.Va.; Biology, Phi 
Kappa Tau, Senior Fellow, Tri 
Beta, Concert Choir. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: KEVIN BER- 
GLUNE "KIP" LEWIS; St Clairs- 
ville. Oh.; Political Science, Beta 
Theta Pi - Secretary, Phi Alpha 
Theta, Lambda lota Tau, Track, 
SBOG. 



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TOP LEFT: JIM "MAGILLA" MAL- 

LEY; West Mifflin, Pa.; Economics, 
Sigma Nu, Student Court, German 
Club, Heildelberg Semester. 
TOP RIGHT :^ FRANCIS J. 
"WOODY" MATTHEWS, )R.; Bryn 
Mawr, Pa.; Economics, Sigma Nu, 
Swimming, Intramurals, Econom- 
ics Club. 

BOTTOM LEFT: CRAIG HESTON 
LIGGET; FHaverford, Pa.; Commu- 
nications, Kappa Alpha, Soccer 
Manager, Bethany Fire/Rescue 
Squad. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: DARRELL 
"BUSH" VANDERVORT; Geneva, 
Oh.; Religion, Phi Kappa Tau, IFC, 
VIA, Intramurals, Saturday School. 




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TOP: DEBRA BURNS; Wellsburg, 
W.Va.; German, Zeld Tau Alpha, 
German Club. 

BCrnOM LEFT: MARK JOSEPH 
"SCORP" SCORPION; Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; Political Science, Beta Theta 
Pi, Football, Track Manager. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: SARAH P. 
"SALLY" BUNKLEY; Groton, Ct.; 
Lnglish, Alpha Psi Omega, Lam- 
bda lota Tau, Renner Union 
Board. 




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TOP LEFT: FRANK J. TRUPO; East 
Meadow, N.Y.; Biology, Alpha Sigma 
Phi, Tri Beta, Bethany Fire/Rescue 
Squad, Intramurals. 
TOP RIGHT: SHARON LEE BAN- 
NON; Westtield, Ma.; German, Con- 
cert Choir, Tubingen Semester, ISA, 
Intramurals, French Club. 
BOTTOM LEFT: RANDY PERKINS; 
Rockville Centre, .N.Y.; Psycholog\, 
Alpha Sigma Phi - V.P., VIA, In- 
tramurals. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: MARY "KATHY" 
PRENGER; Rehoboth Beach, Del.; 
Elementary Education, Phi Mu, 
SNEA. 









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TOP LEFT: BILLIE SHRECKER; 

Pittsburgh, Pa.; English, Phi Mu, 
Lambda lota Tau, Omicron Delta 
Epsilon, Bethanian, Tower. 
TOP RIGHl: LYNDA KELSESKY; 

Liverpool, N.Y.; English, 
Goodnight, Kalon, Tennis, Tri 
Beta, Vira Heinz Award, Oxford 
Semester. 

BOTTOM LEFT: TOM SHIELDS; 
Bay Shore, N.Y.; Biology, Alpha 
Sigma Phi, Tri Beta, Wrestling. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: ELIZABETH B. 
"RIPPER" VAN RIPER; Manhasset, 
N.Y., Math, Economics, Tennis, 
Phi Mu, VIA, Renner LInion Board, 
SBOG. 



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TOP LEFT: JOHANNA ALIS DENSBERGER; Westwood, 
N.J.; German Phi Mu, Tubingen Program, Field Fiock- 
ey, Softball, Volleyball, Lacrosse, Basketball, German 
Club. TOP RIGHT DOROTHY "DOT" VOJVODICH; 
Steubenville, Oh.; Economics, Goodnight, Accounting 
Club, Economics Club, SBOG, Delta Tau Delta Little 
Sister, Omicron Delta Epsilon. MIDDLE LEFT: SU- 
ZANNE KAPLAN; New City, N.Y.; Elementary Educa- 
tion, Phi Mu. MIDDLE RIGHT: HENRY A. "HAL" LEU; 
Joppa, Md.; Communications, Delta Tau Delta, IPC, 
WVBC, Tower, TV-3, Intramurals. 




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TOP LEFT; SUE ANN CRISTE; Cockeysville, 
Md.; Elementary Education, Phi Mu, SNEA, In- 
tramurals. TOP RIGHT: MARK E. "COOKIE" 
COOK; Shadyside, Oh., Physical Education, 
Woolery, Phi Delta Psi, Basketball, Intramurals. 
MIDDLE: KIM CORRELL; Westport, Ct.; Ele- 
mentary Education, Goodnight, SNEA, Spanish 
Club, Intramurals, Phi Kappa Tau Little Sister. 
BOTTOM: KEVAN EYRE; Brookhaven, Pa.; Psy- 
chology, McEachern. 




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TOP MARGUERITE A. "MAGGIE" WINANS; North- 
port, N.Y.; Communications. BOTTOM LEFT: SARAH 
MARIE WOLFORD; Parkersburg, W.Va.; French, Poly- 
got, Sorbonne Semester, Drama, French Club. BOT- 
TOM RIGHT: ELIZABETH A. "BETH" ROMMEL; 
McKeesport, Pa.; Math/Economics, Phi Mu, Kappa Mu, 
Math Club., Intramurals. 







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TOP LEFT: WALTER F. "WALT" RUSSO; Ornage, Ct.; 
Biology, Cross Country, Audubon, SBOG, Tri Beta — 
Pres. TOP RIGHT: PENNY SUSAN POIRIER; Wilmette, 
III.; Art, Phi Mu, Kappa Pi, lacrosse, cheerleader, BOT- 
TOM LEFT: ALISON P. DAVIES; Warrington, Pa.; 
French, Phi Mu, Polygot, French Club. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: ELIZABETH "LIZARD" STEVENS; Selma, Ala- 
bama; Communications, Phi Mu, Hockey, R.A., Tower. 



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TOP LEFT: PERRY GAUGHAN, 

Shadyside, O. Chemistry, Alpha 
Sigma Phi, Kalon, Kappa Mu Epsi- 
lon. Resident Assistant, Chemistry 
Club. TOP RIGHT: KEVIN HAL- 
TER, Waldorf, Md., Psychology, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, track, in- 
tramurals. BOTTOM: MARK 
"BUZZARD" SLOAN, Bethel Park, 
Pa., Economics, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon — president. Accounting 
Club, Omicron Delta Epsilon, 
Economics Club. 




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TOP: BRAD BOHRER, St Clairs- 
ville, O., Economics, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Kappa, 
Omicron Delta Epsilon, Phi Alpha 
Theta, Economics Club. BOTTOM 
LEFT: JEFF TOMER, Bridgeport, O., 
Communications, Beta Theta Pi, 
Football BOTTOM RIGHT: REX 
JOHNSON, Akron, O., Econom- 
ics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lacrosse 
co-captain, intramurals. 





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When you finished up the year 

And the final activities have been done 

When ail the facts and figures 

Have been balanced up and weighed 

Then there comes that empty feeling 

At the bottom of your heart 

The old gang now is breaking up 

And some friends will depart. 






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As you sit before the fire 

In the distant years to come 

And conjure up the memories 

Of a thousand things you've done. 

Perhaps your mind will capture 

Of those dancing shafts of light 

The spirit of Bethany 

That's so evident and holding tight. 




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Seems like only yesterday 

That we arrived frightened 

Yet anticipating 

We passed the time 

One season, through the next 

Till it was our turn 

To take our places in the world. 




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