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We have a surprise for you. It has to do 
with your future and finding a decent in- 
expensive school to attend these days. The 
place we have in mind is located in Pennsyl- 
vania's northern tier, and part of the sur- 
prise is that it could be what youVe 
wanted— that is if youVe already looked. It's 
a four year college where hills and moun- 
tains dominate the landscape, and where 
fall is the season of life, and beauty and be- 
ginnings. It's a place where you can wear 
whatever you like, and live in an atmo- 
sphere that's just starting to grow. It's a col- 
lege where personal enjoyment and good 
times come from the creative imagination. 
There is little satisfaction with the way 
things are, which means little acceptance of 
them, which means that there'll be quite a 
lot of change. New ideas will flourish. The 
personality of the students and of the col- 
ege will undergo a metamorphosis. Now 
close your eyes and think about that. 



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Open your eyes slowly. Look to your left. That 
is not a winter scene. It is a fall scene, a 
memory of an early snow in October. Snow in 
October? Look above. That is not a tenement 
in a city. That is a dorm. Like the song— ''Our 
house is a very, very, very fine house . . .", 
this dorm represents freshmen— also at our 
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Moving on you come to a couple in the distance. 
Beautiful. But what has that to do with any- 
thing? Look up. Weird. All you see is a dude with 
a harmonica and a banjo with a missing string. 
In this college everyone is either beautiful or 
strange. 



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This is an asphalt road, really just a college thor- 
ough—fare. A man sits on a bench. He is the 
President of our college, the President of Mans- 
field State College^ Yes, and that is the surprise: 
Mansfield is our college. We have stopped sni- 
ckering. Mansfield has been here all along. Only 
now are all the rest of us beginning to see it. 



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homecoming 


26-29 




miss m.s.c. 


30,31 




Christmas panorama 


32,33 


tommy concert 


34 




choral festival 


35 


j.f . murphy and salt 


36 




Stan kenton 


37 




persuasions 


38 




crazy horse 


39 



Each year we single out certain programs 
and call them special events. Perhaps these 
events are not so special at all. They are in 
reality just contributions to the academic 
and social spheres which exist in any college 
community. We often use the excuse that 
the cost of these events does not warrant 
participation when the truth may be in our 
inability to become part of an academic and 
intellectual community fearing that we can- 
not incorporate such activity into our social 
lives. Unfortunately, then we must title this 
year's events as peculiar which in a sense 
means that they are special. We look for- 
ward to the day that these events are no 
longer special and just a part of campus life. 

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Campus entertainment this year has been 
characterized by a unique blend of imagina- 
tion and lack of money. The result was a 
conglomeration of free concerts, flea mar- 
kets, dances, contests, movies and free time. 
Reactions to the entertainment seemed to 
be mixed with indifference although a few 
interested individuals either condemned or 
complimented the attempts of C.U.B. And, 
even, though Mansfield could not voice a 
claim to fame in the way of big name 
bands, many of the performances by tal- 
ented "unknowns" were well-attended and 
certainly talked about more favorably than 
the Sugarloaf concert last year. The movie 
orgies were fantastic since it provided a 
popular form of all-nighters. In general it 
could be said that although C.U.B. seemed 
to be lacking in the area of money, they cer- 
tainly made up for it with imagination. Un- 
fortunately, despite the accomplishments 
and criticisms of C.U.B. there is still next 
year— weekends to be planned for and 
crowds to contend with. j.l.b. 



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homecoming 




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dr. george miller 



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what are you going to do 
about it? 




dr. s.m. shmitz 



ask my secretary. 



46 



what are you going to do 
about it? 




dr. robert scott 



ask my secretary. 



47 



what are YOU going to do 
about it? 






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olivia mitcheltree 



48 




Shirley cook 




joann creely 



49 



Stephen bickham 


52 


gale largey 


55 




William goode 


64 


v.p. smichowski 


70 




j.r. walker 


73 


amold george 


79 




david iovino 


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robert putt 


85 




s.d. thomas 


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george mullen 


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frank ball 


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terry porter 


108 




r.l. shick 


111 



senior index 



288-297 



Only now are all the rest of us begin 
ning to see it. 



By the time we are ready to graduate 
we have just begun to realize about all 
the rules that aren't really important at 
all. We look back at school in a differ- 
ent way and we look forward to life 
with a new type of insight. It is this 
very type of insight which separates us 
and means that we are ready for new 
and more challenging situations. If ev- 
eryone were given space to reflect 
backward or forward in a book dedi- 
cated to seniors, we are sure that eacl: 
one would try to explain his insight in 
one way or another. Some would use 
the words of others, some would make 
their own, but they all would share 
some common factor-the desire t( 
communicate something intangible an( 
have it understood. Here is a chapter o: 
insight which we are only beginning t( 
. be able to comprehend. 

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faculty and seniors 



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dr. Stephen bickham-philosophy 

Philosophers seem always to have 
disagreed on what it means to be a 
philosopher. There is something very 
pretentious and almost comic about a 
person's calling himself a "philoso- 
pher." What being a philosopher 
means to me is being a philosophy 
teacher, and this means trying to 
have a certain very special kind of ef- 
fect on people. First of all I am con- 
cerned with giving my students 
awareness, awareness of themselves, 
of the tradition that they stem from, 
of the problems that our society has 
faced and that it faces now. Second I 
trj' to give them knowledge of what 
various philosophers have said and 
why I think they said it, but more im- 
portantly than this, knowledge of 
how to read and write in a discipline 
in which these activities take rather 
considerable skill. 




Basically I try to communicate to my students that the in- 
tellectual world is not a dry, sterile or insignificant place, but 
rather that it is filled with marvelous and wonderful things. 



52 




jams 
allis 



gayle 
alexander 



kathleen 
almeida 



53 



glen 
banks 




Cynthia 
angelo 




denise 
barkus 



54 



gale largey— sociology 

The whole of Life is a beautiful and sa- 
cred mystery. Explaining it or accounting 
for it with words— whether they are of 
the philosophical, psychological, sociologi- 
cal, historical, theological, chemical, bio- 
logical, or any other vein— is tough and 
challenging, but surely constitutes the ba- 
sic joy of living. I would say too that most 
of the so-called problems of Life seem to 
be rooted in our inability to accept the 
fraility of our explanations; in our intol- 
erance of the explanations offered by 
others; and, in our tendency to create ex- 
planations which lack human reverence. 






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Joseph 
bloomer 



diana 
blum 



57 





robert 
boretsky 



james 
boiano 




Constance 
borncamp 




phoebe 
boyer 




barbara 
bonarrigo 




helena 
botto 




ann 
boynton 




nancy 
bobkoskie 




teresa 
bonifanti 




barbara 
bown 




barbara jo 
brek 



58 




randa 
bupp 



larry 
burke 



59 




denise 
camoni 




dinella 
carbone 



Sharon 
carl 



60 




sally 
catchpole 




sharon 
clancy 




William 
chamberlain 



elizabeth 
clarkson 



patricia 
chase 




thomas 
clarkson 



gail 
cimino 



Carolyn 
Collins 



61 




barbara 
cosentino 




Joyce 
davis 



Sylvia 
deats 



62 




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william m. goode— music 

Our time here on earth is so short (and of- 
ten so full of sadnesses, visible and invis- 
ible) that we would be doing ourselves 
and the rest of the world a great dis- 
service if we did not consciously try to get 
just as much enjoyment out of our exis- 
tence as possible. I do not mean just 
mindless fun, although that certainly has 
its place, too. I mean real enjoyment— in- 
tellectual, physical, emotional, sensual, 
spiritual enjoyment. 



I think Ben Hecht was right when he 
said, "You only live once; but if you work 
it right, once is enough." It has to be. 






64 




Cheryl 
ebert 



brian 
edgecomb 



65 




loretta 
erdman 




shirley 
evans 



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Catherine 
fleeger 



donna 
franklin 



68 




michele 
galloway 



elizabeth 
gaskill 



69 




Vincent p. smichowski— biology 

The Biological Science Educators have a most responsible po- 
sition in the world ... an opportunity to inspire able stu- 
dents to make their careers in the sciences . . . to do this, the 
Biological Science Educator must present his special field, in 
a way so dynamic, precise, and persuasive that some of the 
best students will be inspired with a desire to learn more of 
the subject . . . with the result that man understands himself 
and his place in the universe. 




cynthia 
gebhardt 




maryanne 
george 




thomas 
george 



dianne 
gerber 



richard 
gers 



barbara 
gerwin 





janet 
gigee 


marwil 
gillette 


deborah 
giltiman 


richard 
gittins 


nancy 
glasgow 


70 












sherry 
glosick 



frank 
grace 




wayne 
griffiths 




marlene 
grogan 



kathleen 
goerig 



david 
golden 



mary 
gordon 





barbara 
grecek 



mary jane 
grecek 



victoria 
gribb 




sharon 
gordon 




linda 
hall 



sharyn 
harry 



72 





j. r. walker— mathematics 

It can be argued that everyone has, necessarily, 
some philosophy by which they live. Few of us, 
however, have given enough conscious effort to 
the development of such a philosophy to be able 
to make a short, clear, statement concerning it. 
Having rationalized my inability to make such a 
statement I offer the following substitute. 

Two of the people that I most admire are Ber- 
trand Russell and Mark Twain. Each of these 
men was a philosopher with a keen analytical 
mind. Each was adept at exposing the weak- 
nesses of character common to the human race. 
Each was, in his chosen field and apart from 
philosophy, a star of the first magnitude: Rus- 
sell as a mathematician and Twain as a writer. 
Unfortunately, society does not seem to have 
benefited greatly from the insights and criti- 
cisms of Russell and Twain. Indeed, it does not 
seem that the world has suffered for a lack of 
articulate social critics. The suffering has been 
more due to a general lack of response to the 
criticisms. 

I think it is clear that one of the goals of educa- 
tion should be to make us aware of and sensitive 
to, these criticisms. This is, in fact, one of the of- 
ten stated goals of a liberal education. If this 
goal has not been attained we should not there- 
fore abandon it. We should, rather, seek new 
ways of achieving it. I believe that we must re- 
spond to the criticisms of Russell, Twain and 
others. I believe, as strongly as is possible for 
me, that if there is to be any improvement in 
the general human condition, there must first 
be an increase in our awareness of other people 
and in our empathy with them. 




73 




sharon 
hickman 




denise 
hitz 



sarah 
hodder 



74 




hotchkiss 



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jams 
hornberger 



robert 
houck 



george 
howanitz 



75 




Jacqueline 
hummel 



belina 
jelinek 



76 




patricia 
janov 




Jeffrey 
Jones 




carol 
kahanic 




nancy 
Johnson 



kathleen 
Jones 




thomas 
kanon 



sue 
Johnson 




vicki 
Jordan 



mane 
Joseph 



77 






elizabeth 
keams 



barbara 
keim 




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kelly 




William 
kasper 




amy 
katora 




bonnie 
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Steven 


holly 


robert 


irene 


kathleen 


kennemuth 


kirchloff 


klak 


koch 


kodish 



78 




irnold george— chemistry 

Can you do addition?" the white queen asked. 
"What's one and one and one and one and one 
and one and one and one and one and one?" "I 
don't know." said Alice. "I lost count." At times 
think students lose count when they attempt 
to consume large quantities of facts without 
even a moment's reflection. The data and for- 
mulas of physics and chemistry are important; 
but ultimately, concepts and ideas are what 
really count. I see my role of teacher as one who 
must set a proper pace so that facts may be ac- 
cumulated in a meaningful way and, as one who 
must provide the necessary guidance for fruitful 
thought. 



laurence 
lennon 







george 
kulp 



anne 
laface 



80 




lillian 
lessard 



susan 
lessick 



81 



david iovino— Spanish 

In spite of man's progress, he has been un- 
able to reconcile the mad, fantastic world of 
Don Quijote, and the real, practical world of 
Sancho Panza. Thus, we find ourselves in 
the dilemma of aspiring far too high, and 
achieving nothing, or of being rendered im- 
mobile by our practicality, achieving 
nothing. 







linda 
levan 




16 



michael 
loftus 




mary jane 
lucadamo 




donna 
lucindo 



philip 
levandoski 



Shirley 
levernier 




carol 
lohmann 



dennis 
lomax 



kathleen 
lidy 



William 
lloyd 





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david 
loring 



michael 
loudenslager 




83 





karen 
lukenda 




patrick 
mccarthy 




jane 
mcginley 



linda 
mcginley 



ann 
mckelvey 



joan 
mckittrick 



donald 
mclaughlin 




jean 

mchale 



barbara 
mclean 



roberta 
mcintyre 




peter 
mcnally 



84 





robert c. putt— elementary education 

Good teaching is an art. It is a com- 
mittment and a willingness to make deci- 
sions affecting the lives of others. As 
well, it is an intimate relationship be- 
tween the teacher and his students. 
Teaching requires that the teacher sets a 
proper example for students to imitate- 
that of an active, mature person living in 
a creative fashion. In some ways one of 
the most fundamental creative needs of 
the teacher is to be different, to be an in- 
dividual, to be oneself. This is not for the 
sake of being different, but because the 
creative person has to be different in or- 
der to attain his potentialities. The major 
tasks in teaching are for the teacher to 
create a learning environment for his stu- 
dents and to provide their chief source of 
inspiration. Accordingly, he constantly 
inspires those purposive, active responses 
of students that are promoted by their in- 
herent interest in their work. Teaching is 
a dynamic and exciting career. To select 
teaching as a career is to choose for one- 
self a way of life. 




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mancini 




domenica 
mangione 




russell 
manney 



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marino 



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martin 



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massenkeil 



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maynard 



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measley 




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melnick 



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merkel 



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metzger 



paula 
michalegko 




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mietlick 



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miklosi 




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mislinski 



francine 
mitcheltree 




Chester 
monaghan 




robert 
montgomery 




david 
moody 





Helen 
miller 



diane 
morgan 



William 
morgan 




charlotte 
morgis 



susan 
morowsky 



Sandra 
mosch 



linda 
moyers 




patricia 
mundy 



bemice 
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james 
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patricia 
mycyk 




Josephine 
myers 




deborah 
nace 



jean 
nagle 



sue 
neff 



carol 
nelson 




raymond 


nancy 


lawrence 


susan 


ruth 


nelson 


neuin 


nevel 


noil 


norman 



90 



Feb. 31, 1622, Rembrandt draws a blank. 
753 B.C. Appian Way Construction Co. 
goes on strike, Rome isn't built in a day. 
May 20, 1970, Assoc, of Nonconformists 
approves new uniform. 




s.d. thomas— art 



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wylie 
norton 



waiter 
novak 



robert 
nowak 



mary 
o'connell 




patricia 
o'connor 



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olenoski 




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sally 
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marlene 
owens 



patricia 
palmer 



jan 
owen 




patricia 
parker 




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susan 
parker 



marilyn 
pease 



j. douglas 
parson 



dennis 
pascarella 



marilyn 
peffer 



robert 
pepe 



deborah 
pasukinis 




jane 
pequlgnot 




93 





george h. mullen— physics 

Teaching ten years this fall; have I met my 
responsibilities or even what have been my 
responsibilities? Is physics per se the name 
of the game, or is it relevant physics— but it 
is all relevant, everything is, every moment 
builds or adds mental structures. It is the 
thinking— calling upon the mental struc- 
tures to solve problems— that's important. 
So why physics? For me it's simple, I like 
it— hell it's more; I'm fascinated by the fact 
that a little thought allows me to explain 
much of what I see around me. Maybe my 
students will be too, that's why I teach. 



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frank ball— speech and theatre 

"The Theatre, as a medium, is I think 
terribly important. I think that it is 
the initial glamorizer of thought. I 
think that through the art of the 
theatre can be told, without too much 
disguise, without too much directness 
either, the secrets and the knowledge 
of the human heart. And I think that 
makes the art as important as the 
doctor, the psychologist, or even the 
minister. I think it's vitally impor- 
tant that the world know itself, and I 
think that the Theatre is one of the 
most immediate means of expression 
towards this end." 

Sir Laurence Olivier 




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Catherine 
royer 



Sandra 
russell 



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ronald 
salsman 




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ruth 
sargent 



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david 
saylor 




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schink 



richard 
schiavo 



anthony 
schmaus 



joan 
Schneider 




frank 
schreiner 



cathy 
schultz 



Christine 
schultz 



patricia 
Schwartz 






mary 
scott 



carl 
seelye 



deborah 
Sebastian 



karen 
seethaler 



Joanne 
sechrist 




james 
seidel 



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ruth 
seiwell 



kathleen 
sevick 



beverly 
seybert 



ellyn 

shaw 



beverly 
shay 




dale 
sheperd 



roxanne 
shermeyer 



annette 
shively 



elaine 
shoener 




Cynthia 
showers 




mary 
shuey 




103 




rodney 
shur 



roger 
simer 



barry 
sipe 







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alexandria 
sitkowski 




gregory 
skowron 



John 
sleboda 



Samuel 
slocum 



melissa 
slupecke 




104 




lorena 
small 




james 
smith 



Jeanne 
smith 



Stephanie 
smith 




elizabeth 
snyder 





Joanne 
snyder 



ruth 
sauder 



edwin 
sobony 



susan 
sohn 




nancy 
spangenberg 



Joanne 
spare 




margaret 


Stephanie 


mary 


gloria 


spearly 


speir 


spencer 


spitko 

105 



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stankiewicz 




barbara 
spry 




frances 
staples 




John 
stegkanper 





Jill 
staats 



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andrea 
staschak 



donna 
steinruck 



lynn 
spittle 




carol 
stamilie 




debra 
stedge 




Vincent 
Stella 



106 




Joseph 
stello 




rose ann 
stengele 




paula 
stopper 




^^ws 




holly 
stempien 



marsha 
Stewart 



kathy 
stowell 




Joseph 
stempien 




jean 
Stevens 



richard 
stone 




Janet 
sturdevant 



gary 
sutton 



107 



terry porter— english 




Too much of modern educational theory 
looks too much like a theory for producing 
trained citizens rather than emotionally 
aware and intellectually alert human 
beings. Considerable attention seems to 
be given to "overcoming the student' re- 
sistance" to this or that; as say, a lion 
trainer overcomes the cat's resistance to 
jumping through the flaming hoop. Cir- 
cus-goers never ask whether the lion 
might have good reason for not wanting 
to pass through that ring of fire; and 
when he does jump, never why one should 
applaud so unnatural an action. 



To my mind, college should not be an- 
other' hoop to put trained students 
through, it should be a place where a stu- 
dent can encounter a phenomenon he 
probably never has encountered before: 
numbers of people engaged in intellectual 
pursuits which are absorbing and ener- 
gizing; in the best sense enlivening. 



108 





mary ellen 
Sylvester 



edward 
tabish 



Charles 
thomas 



cheryl 
thomas 



barbara 
tagle 




james 
thompson 



Judith 
tanicello 



linda 
thorn 



teresa 
terescavage 




William scott 
thornsley 




adele 
tiedman 





kathy 
tomecek 



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tonkin 




janie 
trei 




susan 


rosemary 


ann marie 


James 


linda 


trunzo 


tuttle 


tysiak 


van blarcom 


van dervoort 






edward 


harry 


emilie 


bonnie 


florence 


van winkle 


vanderpool 


vandewali 


vannucci 


varleta 




r.l. shick— special education 

To these prospective teachers of the ex- 
ceptional who are about to enter their cho- 
sen profession and life in its larger sense 
may I say ... As your handicapped pupils 
are first of all children, you, also, are first 
of all persons, members of the larger social 
order with appropriate obligations and re- 
sponsibilities to your community. All chil- 
dren—and other persons— can learn. Look 
for this learning, no matter how difficult it 
may sometimes be to find, nurture it, guide 
it, and observe its constructive results. The 



key to learning is teaching. Good teaching 
as a minimum requires committment, in- 
volvement, understanding, patience, inge- 
nuity, rapport, and, in plain words, hard 
work and optimism regarding the efforts of 
you and your students. Finally, in your cho- 
sen profession and life in general, when you 
have concerns and questions, seek out and 
provide your own answers from the re- 
sources of life— you, your pupils, in- 
stitutions, books and life experience. 



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winfred 
walls 




jean 
villardi 




nancy 
waiter 




ruth 
vitale 



robert 
waiter 



Joseph 
waltz 




james 
Vaughn 





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marilyn 
wells 



John 
wemer 



113 




kathleen 
Williams 



gerald 
weist 




james 
willow 



John 

wise 





John 
weyrick 



susan 
wilcox 





jeanette 
wiley 



harry 
wilson 





peggy 
wingard 



michael 
witmer 




Virginia 
witt 



114 




pauline 
wittenmyer 




patricia 
yannarell 




Cynthia 
yesilonis 




stephanye 
yealy 




marie 
wolfe 




anne 
zeller 




larry 
young 



sue 
wolfe 





joann 
yanni 




connie 
zick 



debra 
yost 



115 




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ziegler 





John 
ziegler 



maureen 
zilcosky 




Stephen 
zoschy 



". . . and he knew that all the magic of that bright lost way, the 
vista of that shining line, the imagined corner of the small good 
universe of hope's desire, was gone forever, could never be got 
back again." 

Thomas Wolfe 









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"There is no mind," said B.F., "just a complex pattern of stimuli 
and response." It takes a lot to stimulate a mind, but it requires 
special stimuli to satisfy the mind's attachments. The body needs 
food, air, water and cannot be spindled, folded or mutilated. Treat 
it well and it provides a nice resting place for the mind, abuse it 
wrecks the whole works. Then, B.F., how do we stimulate it? 
"With sport of course." "Surely you realize that competition pro- 
vides measurable response and is easily controlled." But B.F., we 
don't like control. "Do it for your mind— tennis anyone?" u i 



football 122-125 

basketball 126-129 

wrestling 130-131 

cross country 132 

track 133 

tennis 134-135 




carry over 142-145 

teams 146,147 

scores 148,149 



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carry over sports 



dr. lawrence park-president 

"We may be spending a disproportionate amount of 
energy on the varsity program and not enough on 
what I call 'carry over sports'-those that are useful to 
students all their lives. I hope students learn to play 
and appreciate golf, tennis, and other activities they 
can use until they are 80 years old." 




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This year's Mountie Football squad lent some 
terrific support to the band by providing op- 
portunities for them to show off their talent. 
A surprising victory over East Stroud and a 
superb smashing of the mighty Bridgewater 
bullies provided the highlights of a rather dis- 
mal season. 





Although Mansfield's famed Basketball team 
did not live up to the past performances of 
other years, they did a decent job and pro- 
vided some excitement and reason to stay on 
campus during the usually dull weekends. 





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The Wrestlers sported some nice personal 
records but could not get it together enough 
to have a winning season; their record was 8- 
9. 



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The tennis team looked sharp this year with 
new blue shirts and old and new members. 
Despite the change over in coaching, the team 
maintained their good record of recent yrs. 







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The golfers gave us reason to be proud with 
an undefeated season and some impressive 
personal records. The big three became the 
big four and the season was completed with a 
record of 16-0. 








The cross country team proved that they were 
able to stay on their feet faster and longer 
than a sizable majority of opponents, leaving 
us with an 8-4-1. 




With strength in many events, Mansfield's 
track team had projected success against its 
competitors at the time of writing. 






The old king felt refreshed, clear- 
headed, almost ready to begin again. 
There would be a day— there must be 
a day— when he could come back to 
Gramayre with a new round table 
which had no corners, just as the 
world had none— a table without 
boundaries between the nations who 
would sit to feast there. The hope of 
making it would lie in culture. If 
people could be persuaded to read 
and write, not just to eat and make 
love, there was still a chance that 
they might come to reason." 

IV The Candle in the Wind 
The Once and Future King 
T. H. White 



150 




151 



Carl Rogers said that man strives to 
be independent against his basic na- 
ture to be safe and secure within the 
confines of others. Perhaps the most 
logical thing for man to do then 
would be to group together to be in- 
dependent. Every country and reli- 
gion is guided by such a noble and 
antithetical principle as well as our 
small groups here at school. As 
groups, we strive to be individuals, as 
individuals we gather together, pay 
dues, pledge and give up free time to 
be groups. Organizations seem to be 
one of the prime paradoxes of life. 

b.l.m. 





carontawan 


154-157 


campus gold 


158-159 


budget committee 


160-161 


w.n.t.e. 


162-163 


r.t.s. 


166-167 


black awareness 


170-171 


maple dorm council 


172-173 


forensic team 


174-175 


flashlight 


178-179 


party people 


180-181 


guild of organists 


184-185 


medical arts 


190-191 


laurel dorm council 


202-203 


campus 4-h 


206-207 


day student board 


208-209 


math club 


212-213 


ghetto 


214-215 


all residence council 


222-223 


n.h. dorm council 


226-227 


ski club 


228-229 


p.c. dorm council 


230-231 


art club 


236-237 


players 


238-239 


majorettes 


244-245 


Spanish club 


246-247 


student senate 


252-253 


young democrats 


254-255 


judicial board 


256-257 


music ed. club 


258-259 


p.s.e.a. 


264-265 


c.e.c 


266-267 


concert choir 


270-271 



kappa phi 


164-165 


tau kappa epsilon 


168-169 


omicron gamma pi 


182-183 


delta zeta 


186-187 


phi sigma epsilon 


188-189 


phi sigma pi 


192-193 


sigma zeta 


194-195 


alpha sigma iota 


196-197 


panhellic 


198-199 


alpha sigma alpha 


200-201 


delta phi alpha 


210-211 


alpha sigma tau 


218-219 


delta tau gamma 


220-221 


inter fraternity council 


224-225 


phi sigma kappa 


232-233 


sigma delta pi 


234-235 


alpha psi omega 


240-241 


kappa kappa psi 


242-243 


kappa omicron phi 


250-251 


lambda chi alpha 


260-261 


lambda alpha epsilon 


262-263 


sigma tau gamma 


268-269 


phi mu alpha 


272-273 


tau beta sigma 


274-275 


alpha beta alpha 


276-277 


zeta tau alpha 


278-279 



organizations 



barry mitchell— editor 






bob monaghan— photographer 



tomi thompson— secretary 



carontawan 



154 



carontawan 



marilyn stone— layout 



elaine boyles-photographer 




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bob cox— pro'f photographer 



155 



carontawan 



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carol yearing— layout 





dale sprow— editor 



joe maresco— advisor 



156 




adele mickley-copy 





gail corman-photographer 




mike gilroy-pub. rep. 



judy barnett-editor; beth bobb-layout 



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Campus Gold; First Row; M. Wolfe, G. Slenski, L, Shepard, Second Row; C. Sharrow, K. Adriance L. Pelton, N. 
Walter, G. Byham, S, Tobey, D. Rabuck, C. Walter, Third Row; J. Owen, R. Faulds, L. Kozak, R. Rodgers, J. Janos, 
K. Fritz, P. Reynolds IS. Deats. 




159 





SGA Budget Committee: R. Rodgers, T. Laverty, B. Street, B. Pepe, J. Wisniewski, P. McNally, S. Martino, J. 
Palesky, K, Birnstock, R. Matthews, B. Hoffman. 



160 





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WNTE; J. Wftvrick, P. Kiess, J. Quay, K. Moorf;, Rrjcky, S. Martino, B. Eberle, J. Cancellari, Second Row: Mr. Knapp, F. Koehler, B. Snyder, 
G. Farmer, K. Bimstock, M. Hillman, L. Gerard, J. Devine, Third Row: A. Kotch, P. Creasy, C. Shades, C. Reigart, S. Sitkowski, C. Royer, 
W. Martin, S. Kotch, T. Burley, Fourth Row: E. Eshmont, F. Acker, D. Wood, H. Finn, H. Wood, J. Manley. 




163 




Kappa Phi; First Row: J. Ireland, J. Celli, K. Gaddis, D. Merring, C. Williams, Mrs. Swinsick, Second Row: C. 
Martin, M. Sutley, D. Post, S. Tobey, L. Spencer, D. Johnson, M. Ccwkerham, A. Capone, K. Baum, P. Schink. 












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Readers' Theater Showcase: First Row. D. Love, M. Bensel, K. Emery, J. 
Cuthbertson, E. Eshmont, Second Row: D. Schram, T. Demynovich, M. 
Denny, T. Terescavage, B. Bowen, Third Row; S. Bragin, D. Waldspur- 
ger, D. LfKkwood, J. Dean. 




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Tau Kappa Epsilon: First Row: M. Sukenik, T. Wallach, T. Suentosky, R. Penrose, T. Linette, C. Stefko, E. Ray, Second Row: G. 
Kametz, A. Gorsky, B. Pastelyak, K. McMinn, G. Hoover, R. Tormey, E. Streisel, B. Engler, Third Row: D. Booth, D. Stutzman, D. 
Cleary, B. Phillipi, R. Yovorosky, B. Walters, M. Hefele, B. Schultz, H. Sweitzer, Fourth Row: B. Miklosi, A. Husband, T. Burdick, S. 
Krenitsky, K. Brady, M. Duffy, K. Reese, M. Shafer, B. Pickering. 



169 




Black Awareness Association 



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aple Hall Dorm Council: A. Jenson, A. Wierzbicki, J.M.N. Sheldon, B. Boyd, Second Row: B. Mitchem, P. Walzer, J. Palesky, J. Shustrick. 




173 




Forensic Team: First Row: M. Maxwell, K. Craig, Kneeling: G. Holt, D. Moyer, Third Row: L. 
Bodenberg, D. Dunmore, Mr. Leiboff, G. Farmer. 







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Flashlight First Row; M. Roth, M. Cioffi, J. Brunermer, Second Row: J. Shustrick, R. Neilson, K. Bollinger, R. Gers, Third Row: 
S. Stark, R. Cotlar, N. Bishop, D. Goldinger, C. Miller, D. Burkhouse, D. Gitchell, S. Fees, S. Wiest, N. Blake, Fourth Row: L. 
Battisti,'N. Snyder, J. Ritchey, D. Scraba, J. Taylor, B. Holliday, P. Swank, J. Carlin, E. Smith. 



179 




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The Party People: First Row: T. Lace, B. Baker, G. McRevnolds, B. Pilotti, J. McKeen, C. Wolf, F. Close, Second Row: M. Duffv, S. 
Becker, T. Butto, F. Bryne, B. Miller, B. Spy, J. Thuaiter, Third Row: R. Brown, G. Zorno, M. Slubriski, J. Regan, N. Tapp, B. 
Monaghan. 



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Omicron Gamma Phi: S. Anderson, P. Mathewson, L. Gerard, L. Manvree, R. Favlds, P. Bowen, E. Menio, 
P. Freer, S. Adams, S. Loss, H. Audsley, C. Krupa, C. Stover, D. Leiby, N. Ketchum, J. Wood, C. Williams, 
K. Branzovich, S. Beifuss, J. McFarland, J. Zolko. 




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Delta Zeta: First Row: E. Lautsbaugh, J. Gross, C. Nichols, E. Swank, S. Klingensmith, L. Reitz, D, Reinert, S. Poole, B. McCool, L. Breen, 
K. Shaver, Second Row: V. Houck, S. Becker, D. Nolan, B. Deitz, D. Flinn, D. Walker, Third Row: B. DeMasi, D. Kokolus, D. Smith, K. 
Snyder, C. Brown, S. Kent, D. Cicetti, T, Caskey, C. Flowers, C. Balenske, G. Rodebaugh, S. Taylon, D. Rego, J. Fischer, S. Curtis, L. Lake, 
C. Evans, D. Lueido, J. Steinburg, Fourth Row: K. Klineyoung, G. Thomas, C. Sillman, C. Granghan, S. Kovacs, V. Palchak, K. Weigel, K. 
Davidson, V. Smith, Fifth Row: C. Stuby, R. Marino, B. Campbell, P. Broody, S. Grumbine, S. Fox, M. Fitzroy, J. Keys, K. Jones, K. Chap- 
man, M. Conway, J. McFarland, M. Flynn, J. Ward, S. Fox, K. Adriance, M. Wood. 



187 



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Phi Si^rma Epsilon: First Row: C, Nel-irotski, G. Smith, T. Shortz, R. Price, E. Peters, E. Sydlik, B. Moore, V. Ulba, J. Watson, K. Vroman, J. 
Kute, C. Talhoo, H. Jordon, B. Bowerman, J. Johnson, Second Row: S. Timcheck, P. Zagozewski, C. Meyer, G. Alexander, J. Baltzer, D. 
Hough, M. Kozlosky, D. Gehman, R. Spadin, J. Wiest, L. Robbins, S. McCloskey, R. Coombs. 





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Medical Arts Society: First Row: R. Orlandi, H. Jamieson, K. Brungard, J. Sliwiniski, S. Hollenshead, E. Hydlik, Second Row: 
T. Twnisi, B. Clay, D. Frarr, R. Miller, C. Stopper, M. Mitchell, M. Apfelbaum, K. Jones, K. Finlay, R. Barnish. " 



191 






Phi Sij^a Pi: First Row: R. Vargo, M. Wentzel, J, Swanson, J. Fennell, C. Shades, M. Salem, R. Whitney, T, Taylor, R. Fake, R. 
Kline, Sf.-cond Row: B. Shedrlon, D. Waldspurger, T, Stanley, B. Robertson, M. Fairlie, D. Snyder, M. Snell, K. Sandoe, R. Mat- 
thews, D. Day, M. Grabko, R. Jones, Third Row: J. Orlando, G. Jensen, M. Simons, B. Boretsky, D. Francis, P. Swartz, G. Penno, 
G. WfKxIling, J. Rovke, H. Landis. 








Sigma Zeta: First Row: P. Rice, J. Woeful, T. Taylor, Second Row: J. Fennell, C. 
Shades, Dr. Hartman, John, R. Fake, Third Row: M, Conway, R. Stager, R. 
Copp, L. Lennon, J. Stempeck, S. Willow, V. Booth, K. Jones, D. Burr, K. Bru- 
ngard. Fourth Row: Dr. Mullen, R. Whitney, Dr. Meyer, J. Swanson, Dr. 
Dowling. 




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Sigma Alpha Iota: First Row: K. Hollenshead, K. Gaddis, M. Todd, P. Kinsman. D. Johnson. J. Valentine. M. Grenell, Second Row: S. 
Wentzler, E. Sheesley, D. Goldinger. P. Davis, Q. Strauss, S. Kammerer, S. Bairs, C. Ebert, K. Long, J. Jordan, Third Row: K. Colflesh, J. 
Schanbacher, S. Mumper, N. Straub, B. Young, R. Reeser, P. Hartzell, C. Royer, J. Dimmick, R. Souder, A. Battisti, S. Adsit, D. Stewart, N. 
Sheldon, S. Gladfelter. 



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Pan Hellenic Council: First Row: A. Donovan, E. Dillon, M. Flynn, G. Wales, S. Curtis, C. Maley, J. Dougherty 



199 





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201 




Laurel Dorm Council: First Row: L. Derbyshire, D. Albright, G. Browning, Dean Starkey, Sec- 
ond Row: J. Alessi, S. Eberling, G. Gillespie, B. Snook, N. Leinbach, Third Row: T. Caskey, C. 
McGranaghan, L. Battisti, S. Wells, M. Harris, Fourth Row: L. Poteet, M. Angotti, L. Ko- 
wakzyk, B. Castleberry, P. Kalbach, Fifth Row: D. Potter, C. DuBosq, M. Swiderski, J. Kelly. 





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Campus 4-H Club: First Row: A. Kravetz, F. Sharek, D. Sames, L. A'Brunzo, V. Booth, L. Pelton, P. Bowen, Second Row S 
Souder, P. Mitchell, B. Glenn, M. Harkleroad, G. Betzer, C. Haladay, N. Gibboney, M. Snyder, J. Redka, E. Cooper, J. Walter. 



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Day Student Organization: First Row: E. Starkey, L. Schwab, M. Mitchell, D. Paris, C. Collum, S. Card, B. 
Paris, M. Mokrzynski, Second Row; M. Wentzel, E. Yamoah, M. Simons, B. Thall, M. Frederick, J. Meinke. 





Delta Phi Alpha: First Row: P. Hiller, D. Dilger, D. Kohler, G. Snyder, P. Rummel, Second Row: P. 
Sullivan, C. Thomas, M. Kepple, P. Byan, J. Swanson, 





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Math Club: First Row: K. Shinkman, M. Cockerham, V. Booth, S. Willow, Second Row: S. Oravec, J. Smith, S. 
Tobey, D. Kawalko, R. Whitney, C. Shades, Third Row; D. Schramm, B. Fake, J. Swanson, R. Copp, Dr. Knapp. 



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Ghetto: First Row: R. Neilson, Second Row: J. Brunermer, J. Carrots, M. 
Gaughan, D. Bierly, M. Blau, Third Row: J. Shustrick, C. Miller, M. Lacey, 
B. Wilson, D. Gehman, L. Myers, P. Levandoski, M. Ponish, B. Moore, 
Fourth Row: J. Ritchey, M. Roth, K. Bollinger. 




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Alpha Sigma Tau: First Row: D. Wendt, B. Brek, T. Terescavage, S. Mitchell, D. DeSarro, S. Scott, Second 
Row: D. Gunshaw, P. Magrosky, J. Ackney, L. Abrunzo, D. Zimmerman, C. Maley, E. Boyles, J. Geise, D. 
Potter, D. Tomsykoski, Third Row: V. Schreck, D. Ralston, K. Richardson, B. Lieb, S. Atchison, S. Tan- 
icello, C. Naspinsky, G. Snyder, K. Sevick, Fourth Row: J. Zielinski, L. Phillips, C. Stinsman, J. Snyder, L, 
James J. Whipkey, M. Motturno, Fifth Row: L. DeCusatis, D. DeBerardinis, B. Betson, G. Wales, D. 
Gibbs, J. Bunker, C. Watt, R. Luszczek, Sixth Row: K. Ritter, L. Wetzel, N. Bobkoskie, B. Marcinizyn, J. 
Coponi, M. Spangler, S. Bragin, D. Toczko, G. Spitko, . Biesczad, L. Homick. 








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Delta Tau Gamma: First Row: C. Yachna, B. Shedden, L. Myers, M. Wentzel, E. Starkey, Second Row. H. Leary, K. 
Mutchler, L. Schwab, P. Stopper, G. Bailey, Third Row: M. Spearly, D. Burr, R. Rodgers, M. Babick, F. Bubeck, T. 
Measley, R. Kelly. 



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All Residence Hall Council: First Row: D. Rutledge, F. Schobert, S. Shea- 
rer, B. Evans, J. Palesky, J. Henderson, Second Row: B. Paskvan, L. 
Spoils, A. Jensen, D. Albrighl, C. Coyle, G. Browning, Third Row: G. Ka- 
melz, M. Angolti, R. Rozanski, T. Lasko, E. Fischer, J. Maresco. 





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Inter-fraternity Council: First Row: G. Beckhorn, B. Heffron, B. Engler, B. Bowerman, J. Baltzer, L. Dudei^, Second 
Row: E. Streisil, B. Phillips, G. Hein, D. Poluka, B. Martenis, J. Weist, A. Esper, M. Babicki, D. Cashman, J. Kute. 




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North Hall Dorm Council: First Row; D. Allen, J. Henderson, B. Fugate, C. Coyle, Dean Starkey, Second Row; E . Fischer, 
A. Seely, V. Stewart, N. Coulton, K. Mahoney, J. Green. 



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Phi Sigma Kappa: B. Augustine, .1. Banks, M. Bense, L. Brennan, T. Browning, L. Bucar, T. Bugda, R. Burelli, F. Buselli, D. Cash- 
man, A. Calvario, D, Cavallaro, D. Clisham, G. Decker, M. DePallo, J. Domozik, J. Dudek, F. Duffy, G. Duncan, A. Esper, B. Fagen, 
D. Vyffi:, F. Gaudenzi, B. Harmon, D. Harper, J. Hawk, D. Heemer, D. Heier, C. Ike, G. Johnson, T. Johnson, J. Jones, M. Kemp, M. 
Loftus, C. Merkel, G. Nixon, N. Noy, G. Powlus, M. Price, G. Pypiak, B. Rosetti, J. Ross, L. sauppe, K. Sheidy, D. Slezak, B. Stauffer, 
A. Streisej, J. Thompson, J. Tolerico, B. Walsh, D. Williams, P. Zearfoss. 



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Sigma Delta Pi: First Row: N. Bush, S. Beclier, C. Albert, Dr. J. Espino, Second Row: D, lovino, D. 
Janesky, J. Orlando, J. Meinke. 




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Art Club: First Row: R. Hetrick, D. Witherow, B. Snyder, S. Showalter, D. Samchuck, E. Farr, Second 
Row: A. Park, A, Heist, S. Scull, P. Barrett, T. Showalter, P. Heist, J. Edwards, Third Row; M. Pearl- 
man, G. Roof, M. Walsh. 




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College Players: First Row: J, Buckman, D. Ringler, K. Emery, L. Frable, B. Bartos, D. Schramm, M. Henry, S. Sitkowski, Second Row: 
E. Coulter, D. Pealer, B. Shedden, P. Schimmel, C. Hackman, T. Charvat, G. Gehret, M. Denny, M. Kepple, M. Myfelt, Third Row: J. 
DiWilliams, T. Hartzell, B. Cicak, T. Demyanovich, M. Bensel. Fourth Row: K. Motter, T. Romano, B. Fake, A. Martin, P. Yankitis, D. 
Love, B. Bowen, A, Bolmfjr, D. Ruth, B. Harshbarger, L. Maynard, Mr. Ball, Fifth Row: N. McManigle, D. Waldspurger, J. Dean, L. 
Bfxlenberg, L. Wri;iht, D. Kline, S. Sfull, J. Killiany, H. Schvom, J. Cuthbertson. 



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Alpha Psi Omega: First Row: D. Kline, D. Ruth, M. Denny, D. Ringler, L. Frable, T. Hartzel, Second Row: 
L. Rimish, B. Harshbarger, K. Motter, L. Bodenburg, D. Lockwood, B. Fake, Mrs. Nair, D. Waldspurger, 
M. Bensel, Third Row: C. Hackman, N. Coulter. 




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Kappa Kappa Psi: B. Anderson, J. Battisti, T. Brown, D. Botterbuseh, D. Burkhart, M. Christ, Christ, Cooley, J. Bloomer, G. 
Fischer, B. Gregor, D. Hawk, J. Hillman, G. Holloway, G. Hoffmaster, P. Ivankevich, B. Klak, G. Leitzel, D. Magrone, P. 
Marchioni, W, McCelland, J. Miller, F. Moyer, B. Nowak, D. Robinson, D. Ritter, T. Schmaus, F. Schreiner, J. Seidel, S. Slo- 
cum, N. Sheley, G. Stegura, J. Stempien, P. Sunderman, B. Schneck, L. Smith, J. Steiner, D, Stoudt, W. Smith, W. Smith, S. 
Schriver, J. Willow, B. Weiss, J. Wise, R. White, N. Wiley, S. Williams, J. Zeigler, B. Bollig, A. Bruzas, R. Chapmin, B. Geiger, 
T. Howe, T. Hunter, G. Morton, T. Ochs, R. Rohrbach, E. Packard, J. Smith, C. Wilski. 







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Spanish Club: First Row: C. Smith, Second Row: B. Clark, H. Schrom, D. Quirk, C. Albert, S. Becher, M. Boeshore, L. Lessard, G. Purnell, 
Third Row: N. Marshall, D. Janesky, N. Bushy, J. Orlando, Mr. lovino. Dr. Espino, K. Kodish, M. Schneider, N. Sungaila, M. Meinke. 




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Kappa Omicron Phi; S. Lebo, M. Magill, G. Kruzel, G. Bailey, L. Tomanchek, Second Row; D. 
McSurdy D. Musser, E. Boyles, S. Wiest, S. Keifer, Tliird Row; A. Ferree, D. Hoxie, M. Gas- 
pari G Phillips, Fourth Row; M. John, L. Derbyshire, L. Tokar, T, Sellarale, Fifth Row; M. 
Adler M DeLong E. Menio, D. Zimmirman, D. Wendt, Sixth Row; M. Snyder, K. Trout, J. 
Redka, M. Harris, F. Silvestri, J. Wood, K. Kurtz, D. Kokolus, D. Ciclamino, J. Mauger, J. 
Kuhn,'F. Bouis. 









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Executive Council of Student Government Association: First Row: R. Rodgers, T. La- 
verty, D. Dunmore, M. Cook, J. Olimpi, F. Bubeck. 




Student Senate: First Row: J. Thornton, E. Eshmont, S. Stark. R. Teisher, R. 
Matthews, J. Oszustowig, Second Row: T. Duddy, P. McNally, K. Birnstock, D. 
Gitchell, D. Rego, N. Bubeck, J. Weyrick. 






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Young Democrats: First Row: D. Reigle, D. Rutledge, C. Betti, P. Anheisser, G. Browning, S. 
Kent, T. Grierson, P. Balmoors, R. Fanucci, Second Row: R. Sperock, S. Carlton, J. Anna- 
carto, M. DeSant<j. 




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Judicial Board: First Row: M. Burns, J. Ireland, R. Kelchner, S. Demko, Second row: D. Day, J. Swanson, 
R. Fedor, D. Kirkpatrick. 




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Lambda Chi Alpha: First Rcw: B. Mason, R. Costello, V. Vicini, P. Whitling, D. Windsor, D. McLaughlin, L. Richie, R. Taulton, R. 
Purdy, S. Thornsley, M. Babicki, J. Olimpi, K. Smith, D. Van Bibber, W. Snyder, Second Row: J. Boone, T. Sowerby, B. Shoe- 
maker, E. Yamoah, J. Zbieg, B. Martinis, J. Chodor, D. Plummer, M. Steele, W. Happel, Third Row: J. Osman, B. Heffron, R. 
Weiss, R. Attn, R. Holcombe, E. Kelley, G. Tressler, G. Frey, B. Shull, W. Goss, C. Yeager, B. Wilson. 



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Governing Board of Lambda Alpha Epsilon: First Row: K. Defrain, C. Merles, S. Tanicello, Second Row: D. Van 
Bibber, B. Schultz, L. Myers, T. Szymanski, C. Miller, B. Zikeli, B. Yocum, J. Baker, E. Eshmont. 




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PSEA-NEA First Row: C. Sikorski, P. Ryan, S. Carl, K. Aiiriance, P. Swank, P. Freer, A. Berger, M. Stuchul, Second Row: P. Stopper, C. 
Smith, G. BrowninK, J. Caprio, H. Leary,"R. Kline, T. Gingrich, Third Row: G. Slesinski, D. Davidson, K. Hollenshead, M. Miller, M. Cocker- 
ham, B. Keesler, S. Jonas, W. Wierzhicki Pourth Row: S. Hickman, D. Romania, D. Yost, S. Weist, A. Taylor, A. Mickley, S. Brek, Fifth 
Pvow: L, Lessard, M. Bishop, D. Rahuck, C. Garvine, A. Jensen, M. McConaghdy, S. Hershberger, Sixth Row: N. Ader, D. DeLuca, B. Snook, 
S. Sanders, S. Heller, S. Kratzer, K. Pinkerton, L. Poteete, G. Alexander, Seventh Row: R. Schanbacher, S. Wolfe, W. Freed, L. Nevel, M. 
Murphy, C. Peters, R. Bies. 





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Council For Exceptional Children: First Row: M. Gold, P. Irons, J. Jackson, M. Finnegan, Second Row: P. Smith, B. Hol- 
tzapple, D. Geda, C. Reinert, S. Bast, N. Hoffman, Third Row: D. Nixon, M. Goodhart, M. Schlegel, C. Butler, P. Wittenmyer, 
S. Carl, G. Steffen Fourth Row: J. Cerra, B. Burbase, H. Phillips, D. Zack, K. Goerig, F. Bilotti, P. Walczak, Fifth Row: L. 
Pearce, D. Hawk, H. Prekel, R. Purdy, N. Mackey, M. Gaughan, J. Tokarek Sixth Row: D. Albright, S. Murdock, A. Haynes, J. 
Schneider, R. Swartz, J. Steele, C. Swisloski, D. Smertneck. 




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Sigma Tau Gamma: L. Allgeier, G. Batrowny, G. Beckman, W. Bell, S. Bielawa, R. Bies, D. Braun, J. Cancdlari, 
T. Cargill, J. Carrig, R. Caruso, B. Checchi, K. Costanzo, P. Devine, B. Donnelly, B. Fetch, D. Gaw, G. Hein, J. 
Hivish, J. Hrabovsky, D. Janesky, B. Kasper, H. Kelly, B. Kopec, B. Lenahan, D. Loftus, F. Marciano, J. 
McLaughlin, M. McMahon, J. Miller, J. Montgomery, T. Moon, P. Mulhern, P. Mullen, M. Munley, G. Narvid, J. 
Pasierb, D. Polika, M. Prokop, B. Rebarchik, A. Rittenhouse, D. Sadler, J. Savering, J. Scartelli, J. Serine, D. 
Shaffer, G. Smith, G. Solfanelli, V. Stella, J. Stello, J. Sterrett, D. Thomas, L. Thompson, J. Trippi, M. Ubaldi, D. 
Wester, T. Weyman, T. Wisnosky, S. Yates, F. Zeigler. 






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Concert Choir: First Row: L. Myers, S. Kammerer, D. Homer, D. Stewart, K. Hollenshead, K. Sears, B. McClean, J. Dimmick, 
M. T(M, N. Slieldon, P. Davis, J. Spare, Second Row: S. Adsit, K. Kuhns, S. Mumper, W. Stevenson, P. Lamb, D. Weibley, A. 
Richardson, B. Young, N. Machmer, E. Sheesley, H. Slempien, J. Shanbacher, Third Row: R. White, J. Miller, G. Leitzel, T. 
Bown, E, Hoffmaster, J. Procopio, J. Batisti, N. Wiley, F. Moyer, M. Carver, D. Robinson, S. Johnson, B. Scranton, Fourth 
Row: R. Lanthrop, D. Burkhart, V. Riley, R. Justice, D. Greenough, J. Houpt, N. Feerrar, D. Benfer, D. Zimmerman, H. 
Strack, A. Shumway, J. Hillman, J. Zeigler. 




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Phi Mu Alpha: First Row: J. Warfel, D. Benn, A. Chris, N. Sheley, D. Robinson, L. Copenhaver, D. Zimmerman, D. Deitz, R. White, D. 
Lefjnard, J. Bednar, Second Row; Mr. Francis, J. Procopio, B. Billig, B. Tonkin, G. Stegura, J. Battisti, R. Hacker, T. Cooley, D. Benfer, J. 
Malafnna, G. Leitzel, J. Pineno, B. Lathrop, T, Brown, D. Botterbusch, P. Poole, D. Hawk, Dr. Baynes. 



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Tau Beta Sigma: First Row: H. Stempien, L. Judd, S. Gladfelter, C. Royer, P. Kostek, M. 
Murphy, K. Monahan, R. Seibert, A. Baldwin, K. Long, Second Row: C. Powell, M. Owens, M. 
Mesler, Dr. Henry, J. Kissling, B. Armburst, F. Reese, R. Reinhert, R. Faulds, G. Ramsey, S. 
Bair, Third Row: J. Miller, J. Schanbacher, S. Wells, S. Mingos, P. Mitchell, L. Pelton. R. Ree- 
ser, P. Carter, A. Lathrop, M. Hess, L. Derbyshire, P. Spearly, A. Gagnon, A. Bovnton, G. 
Wills, F. Meek, S. Phillips. 



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Alpha Beta Alpha: First Row: J. Myers, N. Blake, Second Row: J. Kimmel, P. Rummel, K. Ward, 
R, Tuttle, Third Row: K. Almeida, D. Loring, J, Wallock, J. Root, W. Everhart, E. Kuhn, R. 
Wills Fourth Row: D. Francis, P. Denniston, T. Manikowski, M. Chase, M. Moose, K. Brooks, L. 
CapogTossi, N. Johnson, A. Holmes, S. Metzger. 





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Zeta Tau Alpha: First Row: J. Kimmel, N. Coulton, K. Gribbin, B. Cimino, J. Yanni, N. White, M. Williamson, S. Smyser, T. Filer, M. John, 
Second Row: J, Rosenzweig, P. Bowman, D. Cline, B. Casselberry, C. Murphy, D. Shortness, L. Smith, L. Tokar, N. Brucker, D. Zuber, L. 
Evans, A. Young, N. Niziolek, Third Row: J. Dougherty, D. Foltz, P. Calaman, S. Winton, B. Shelhamer, B. Hacknian, K. Rothermel, D. 
Carrico, C. Rose, K. Dawson, B. Clark, C. Sikorski, S. Benjamin, D. Hayduk, G. Cimino, K. Ward, Fourth Row: D. Forgione, M. Sullivan, C. 
Coyle, N, DiGiacomo, D. Meier, B. Malmberg, M. O'Donnell, M. Chase, T. Bonifanti, L. Hillman, E. DelFArmo, E. Dillon, S. Barger, B. 
Heller. 



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LINDA J. ABELE 
PITTSBURGH, PA. 
MUSIC 

DONNA L. ADAMS 
NEWPORT, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
PATRICIA M. ADAMS 
CAMP HILL, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
PHYLLIS M. ADAMS 
CORNWALL, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
LAWRENCE ADOMSHICK 
FREELAND, PA. 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE 
NICHOLAS ADER 
WEST HOMESTEAD, PA. 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
GAYLE ALEXANDER 
NEW WILMINGTON, PA. 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
RENA C. ALIYETTI 
NEW KENSINGTON, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
LAWRENCE W. ALLGEIER 
ERIE, PA. 
PSYCHOLOGY 
JANIS ALLIS 
ATHENS, PA. 
FRENCH 

KATHLEEN ALMEIDA 
MONTOURSVILLE, PA. 
LIBRARY EDUCATION 
CYNTHIA ANN ANGELO 
HOME ECONOMICS 
LINDA J. ANTONIO 
MANSFIELD, PA. 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
PATRICIA APP 
SPANISH 

GARRY APPLEGATE 
BETHLEHEM, PA. 
HISTORY 

MICHELE A. AVERY 
SCRANTON, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
DONNA BAIER 
ART 

PEGGY BOWEN BAKER 
WELLSBORO, PA. 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
JOANNE R. BANGOR 
HAZELTON, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 



GLEN A. BANKS 
MANSFIELD, PA. 
PHILOSOPHY 
PATRICIA BARBER 
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
DENISE BARKUS 
MIDDLETOWN, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
SANDRA L. BARRETT 
BIG FLATS, N.Y. 
LIBRARY EDUCATION 
TANYA BARTLEY 
WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
DONNA BATEMAN 
SPRINGFIELD, PA. 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
ANN M. BATTISTI 
HALLSTEAD, PA. 
MUSIC 

ROSEMARY C. BEADERMAN 
BLOSSBURG, PA. 
LIBRARY EDUCATION 
DALE W. BEATTY 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
ANNE M. BELKNAP 
HONESDALE, PA. 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
JANE L. BELL 
ART 

VALERIE BELL 
WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE 
ANGELA BENJAMIN 
MEDIA, PA. 
ART 

PHYLLIS M. BERG 
HAZELTON, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
CHERYL K. BERRY 
NANTICOKE, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
KATHERYN S. BICKEL 
ALTOONA, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
WILLIAM M. BIERLY 
HOWARD, PA. 
SOCIAL SICENCE 
RANDY P. BIES 
PITTSBURGH, PA. 
MATH 

MARJORIE BISHOP 
ELDRED, PA. 



SOCIAL SCIENCE 

LAURA L. BLACKLEDGE 

SCRANTON, PA. 

SPEECH 

MALONIE A. BLACKWELL 

SELLERSVILLE, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

MARC K. BLAU 

BANGOR, PA. 

SOCIAL STUDIES 

RUTH WYNINGS BLANCHEK 

BLOOMSBURG, PA. 

SOCIAL SCIENCE 

JOSEPH D. BLOOMER 

CARBONDALE, PA. 

MUSIC 

DIANA L. BLUM 

FREEDOM, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

NANCY BOBKOSKIE 

SHAMOKIN, PA. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

JAMES BOIANO 

TARENTUM, PA. 

HUMAN RELATIONS 

BARBARA BONARRIGO 

MECHANICSBURG, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

TERESA J. BONIFANTI 

LAKE WINDLA, PA. 

GOVERNMENT & POLITICS 

ROBERT G. BORETSKY 

DICKSON CITY, PA. 

ENGLISH 

CONSTANCE S. BORNCAMP 

CANADAIGUA, N.Y. 

ART 

HELENA M. BOTTO 

NORRISTOWN, PA. 

MATH 

BARBARA J. BOWN 

TROY, PA. 

LIBRARY EDUCATION 

PHOEBE A. BOYER 

WERNERSVILLE, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

ANN BOYNTON 

YORK, PA. 

MUSIC 

BARBARA JO BREK 

EXERTER, PA. 

SOCIAL STUDIES 

JOAN A. BRINSER 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



ENGLISH 

DONALD D. BROAD 

PATAMY PA. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

3USAN K. BROWN 

MILAN, PA. 

^RT 

KAREN E. BROWNE 

HANOVER, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

KENNETH BRUMBAUGH 

HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA. 

:}EOGRAPHY 

MARTIN 0. BRUMME 

ELYRIA, OHIO 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

KAREN R. BRUNGARD 

NORTHUMBERLAND, PA. 

BIOLOGY 

FREDERICK BUBECK III 

A.BESECON N.J. 

BIOLOGY 

NANCY B. BUDNOVITCH 

MOSCOW, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

RANDA L. BUPP 

YORK, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

LARRY F. BURKE 

SUGAR RUN, PA. 

SCIENCE 

NANCY A. BURNS 

3CRANT0N, PA. 

HUMAN RELATIONS 

PAMELA J. BUSHONG 

ROME, PA. 

MUSIC 

CONSTANCE BUTLER 

SPRINGFIELD, PA. 

MATH 

DARL RIGGS, 

CADWALLADER 
BLOOMSBURG, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
DENISE R. CAMONI 
JESSUP, PA. 
HUMAN RELATIONS 
ELIZABETH M. CAMPBELL 
WHARTON, N.J. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
MARY K. CAMPBELL 
SAXONBURG, PA. 
MUSIC 
JAMES F. CANTIN 



ONTARIO, N.Y. 

SCIENCE 

DINELLA D. CARBONE 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

SALLY CAREW 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

SHARON E. CARL 

WESLEYVILLE, PA. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

MELANIE CARR 

LAVEROCK, PA. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

REBECCA M. CARR 

RIDGEWAY, PA. 

ENGLISH 

MICHAEL D. CARVER 

GETTYSBURG, PA. 

MUSIC 

SALLY CATCHPOLE 

ADDISON, N.Y. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

WILLIAM N. CHAMBERLAIN 

NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA. 

MUSIC 

PATRICIA A. CHASE 

ULYSSES, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

GAIL A. CIMINO 

SCRANTON, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

SHARON M. CLANCY 

WESTFIELD, N.J. 

ENGLISH 

ELIZABETH A. CLARKSON 

MANSFIELD, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

THOMAS G. CLARKSON 

MANSFIELD, PA. 

ART 

CAROLYN M. COLLINS 

CROOKED CREEK, PA. 

ENGLISH 

MARY T. CONWAY 

SCRANTON, PA. 

BIOLOGY 

GREGORY R. COOK 

WESTFIELD, PA. 

MATH 

KATHELEEN M. COOMBS 

ATHENS, PA. 

ENGLISH 

GAIL F. GORMAN 



ROOSEVELT, N.J. 

ART 

BARBARA A. COSENTINO 

HOME ECONOMICS 

JACQUELINE CROZIER 

LANDISBURG, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

DAVID GULP 

JOSEPH R. DAVIS 

WELLSBORO, PA. 

SCIENCE 

JOYCE C. DAVIS 

SCRANTON, PA. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

DANIEL C. DAY 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 

MATH 

SYLVIA M. DEATS 

NICHOLS, N.Y. 

MATH 

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ROCHESTER, N.Y 

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NORTH BABYLON, N.Y. 
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SAYRE, PA. 
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MORTON, PA. 

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MARGARET D. SPEARLY 

STATE COLLEGE, PA. 

MUSIC 

STEPAHNIE B. SPEIR 

NORWELL, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

MARY A. SPENCER 

SAYRE, PA. 

HUMAN RELATIONS 

GLORIA SPITKO 

LYNN SPITTLE 

TOWER CITY, PA. 

SOCIAL SCIENCE 

BARBARA SPRY 

MATH 

JILL STAATS 

CORNWELLS HEIGHTS, PA. 

ART 

CAROL A. STAMILIO 



CORNING. N.Y. 

ENGLISH 

LEONA M. STANKIEWICZ 

CORNWELLS HEIGHTS. PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

FRANCES STAPLES 

ANDREA A. STASCHAK 

DERRY. PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

DEBRA L. STEDGE 

MILAN, PA. 

SOCIAL SCIENCE 

JOHN STEGKAMPER 

GREENVILLE, PA. 

SOCIAL SCIENCE 

DONNA I. STEINRUCK 

MATH 

VINCENT STELLA 

PLAINS, PA. 

MATH 

JOSEPH R. STELLO 

MANSFIELD, PA. 

GOVERNMENT AND 

POLITICS 
HOLLY A. STEMPIEN 
BLOSSBURG, PA. 
MUSIC 

JOSEPH STEMPIEN 
BLOSSBURG, PA. 
MUSIC 

ROSE ANN STENGELE 
PERKASIE, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
MARSHA STEWART 
DRY RUN, PA. 
JEAN M. STEVENS 
TIOGA, PA. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 
RICHARD P. STONE 
ENGLISH 

PAULA J. STOPPER 
WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 
ENGLISH 

KATHY A. STOWELL 
BRADFORD, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
JANET STURDEVANT 
GARY SUTTON 
YORK, PA. 

MARY ELLEN SYLVESTER 
DUNMORE, PA. 
ENGLISH 

EDWARD D. TABISH 
DONORA, PA. 



SPECIAL EDUCATION 
BARBARA R. TAGLE 
HONESDALE, PA. 
ART 

JUDITH TANICELLO 
LEVITTOWN, PA. 
SPEECH AND DRAMA 
TERESA TERESCAVAGE 
OLD FORGE, PA. 
CHARLES M. THOMAS 
EXTON, PA. 
MUSIC 

CHERYL D. THOMAS 
FRENCH-GERMAN 
JAMES G. THOMPSON 
SCRANTON, PA. 
HUMAN RELATIONS 
LINDA M. THORN 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
WILLIAM SCOTT 

THORNSLEY 
HARRISBURG, PA. 
ADELE C. TIEDMAN 
NORTHFORD, PA. 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
KATHY A. TOMECEK 
HANOVER, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
BRUCE W. TONKIN 
CARBONDALE, PA. 
MUSIC 

JANIE A. TREI 
BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT, PA. 
HUMAN RELATIONS 
SUSAN M. TRUNZO 
BEAVER, PA. 
SPEECH AND DRAMA 
ROSEMARY TUTTLE 
HALLSTEAD, PA. 
LIBRARY EDUCATION 
ANN MARIE P. TYSIAK 
LAKE ARIEL, PA. 
JAMES VAN BLARCOM 
COLUMBIA CROSS ROADS, 

PA. 
LINDA L. VAN DERVOORT 
HOME ECONOMICS 
EDWARD VANWINKLE 
SCRANTON, PA. 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE 
BARRY VANDERPOOL 
TOWANDA, PA. 
HISTORY 
EMILIE VANDEWALL 



ACHBALD, PA. 
BONNIE VANNUCCI 
WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
FLORENCE M. VARLETA 
WILLOW GROVE, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
JAMES VAUGHN 
JEAN L. VILLARDI 
ALLENTOWN, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
RUTH A. VITALE 
STARRUCCA, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
LAURIE P. VOGAL 
EAST AURORA, N.Y. 
MUSIC 

WINFRED WALLS 
NANCY L. WALTER 
ALLENTOWN, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
ROBERT J. WALTER 
PLYMOUTH, PA. 
HUMAN RELATIONS 
JEAN RENEE WALTZ 
HOME ECONOMICS 
JOSEPH E. WALTZ 
MONTOURSVILLE, PA. 
ART 

JANE A. WARD 
CYCLONE, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
SHERMAN A. WARNER 
MILLERTOWN, PA. 
MATH 

SUSAN E. WATKINS 
BLOSSBURG, PA. 
GOVERNMENT AND 

POLITICS 
EDWARD A. WATTS 
MCALISTERVILLE, PA. 
GEOGRAPHY 
ANN M. WEATHERILL 
MILLVILLE, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
CAROL WEAVER 
SUSAN WEBER 
MIDDLEBURG, PA. 
HISTORY 
LESLIE WEEKS 
TOWANDA, PA. 
DEBORAH WERBLEY 
MECHANICSBURG, PA. 
MUSIC 



DAVID WEIMER 
LEWISTOWN, PA. 
ENGLISH 

MARK E. WEISGOLD 
SOCIAL STUDIES 
MARILYN WELLS 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
JOHN A. WEYRICK 
NEW CASTLE, PA. 
ENGLISH 
GERALD WEIST 
LYKENS, PA. 
BIOLOGY 
SUSAN WILCOX 
JEANETTE WILEY 
MYERSTOWN, PA. 
HOME ECONOMICS 
KATHLEEN M. WILLIAMS 
WELLSBORO, PA. 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 
JAMES WILLOW 
MUSIC 

BARRY C. WILSON 
KIMBERTON, PA. 
PEGGY WINGARD 
WESTFIELD, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 



JOHN WISE 
MANSFIELD, PA. 
GEOGRAPHY 
MICHAEL WITMER 
MECHANICSBURG, PA. 
VIRGINIA WITT 
HADDONFIELD, N.J. 
THEATRE 
PAULINE DODSON 

WITTENMYER 
MECHANICSBURG, PA. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
MARIE WOLFE 
ENGLISH 
SUE A. WOLFE 
BLOOMSBURG, PA. 
MATH 

PATRICIA YANNARELL 
HAZELTON, PA. 
SCIENCE 

JO ANN C. YANNI 
SCRANTON, PA. 
HISTORY 

STEPHANYE YEALY 
LITTLESTOWN, PA. 
FRENCH 
CYNTHIA A. YESILONIS 



SOCIAL STUDIES 

DEBRA YOST 

NORTHUMBERLAND, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

LARRY YOUNG 

EASTON, PA. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

ANNE ZELLER 

ATHENS, PA. 

ENGLISH 

CONNIE ZICK 

JAN A. ZIEGLER 

DALMATIA, PA. 

MUSIC 

JOHN ZIEGLER 

MAUREEN A. ZILCOSKY 

JOHNSBURG, PA. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

STEPHEN G. ZOSCHY 

MANSFIELD, PA. 

SOCIAL SCIENCE 

DEBROAH ZUBER 

PITTSBURG, PA. 

ART 

MARIE ZVONCHENKO 

HOME ECONOMICS 



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Mansfield State is the Best College in Pa. 



and it's coming to get you. 

This will not be an article describing acne, carbuncles, dandruff, sexual gymnastics, racial 
difficulties, or political ineptitudes. Others have already spat on us, stoned, and abused us 
over the years. A thousand people have described our failings even before we have suc- 
ceeded. As yet unborn, our enemies, some now among us, mound us with flowers and spade 
our burial ground. 

/ come then, not without some irony, to praise. So with seriousness aside, let us compare 
Pennsylvania's colleges. Penn State is the Taj Majal, a beautiful corpse laid out, wondrous to 
see, but as procreative as a hermaphrodite. Temple is a tomb. People line up to go in and look 
at the soot and the mugged. They come out smiling. Pitt is ten thousand miles up the wrong 
end of the rhino. And then there are these other state colleges filled with beast— people 
called students who spend their spare time degrading academics and waiting for vacations. 

Meanwhile, Alice is in Wonderland trying to find her way back through the Looking Glass. 
She chose curiosity against reality and we went with her. Which is part of what Mansfield is 
all about and why we love it. We know we are as mad as the hatter and so can survive. The 
others refuse the knowledge of their own insanity and so will self -destroy. And anyway, our 
madness is light free, frivolous, witty. 

Openess of the few can become openess of the many. 

We have learned the great secret: you don't have to look busy to be busy. You don't have to 
scowl and pout to prove yourself an intellectual pomegrante ripe with concepts, creative 
papa to the world of philosophies, technologies, science and arts. 

So perhaps then, the potential character of Mansfield can be paralleled to an appropriate 
quote by Lao— tse. He says: 

. . . the wise man looks into space and does not regard the small as too little, nor the great 

as too big; for he knows that there is no limit to dimensions." 

NOW all the rest of us are beginning to see it. 



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contributors to the 1973 carontawan: 

bob cox, professional pliotographer represent- 
ing davor photo; mike gilroy, publisher's rep- 
resentative; joe sloan, for his photographs on 
pp. 35 and 64; kim, judy, and marilyn and 
other friends of staff members who helped us; 
mr. and mrs. Joseph maresco for the advice, 
great food, and fantastic hospitality; and es- 
quire magazine, the October 1972 issue, for 
providing a guide for the introduction and 
epilogue. 



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