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Catamount 

Volume XXXX 1977-78 



Potomac State College Of 

West Virginia University 

Keyser, West Virginia 26726 



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Dedication 



Dr. A.G. Slonaker . 



Dr. A. G. Slonaker, dean of the college, surprised 
the campus with his retirement effective December 
31, 1977. In honor of his service to Potomac State 
College this yearbook is dedicated. 

Dr. Slonaker came to Potomac State in July 1973. 
Prior to that time , he had thirty-five years service in 
education in the state of West Virginia . He was hon- 
ored by Mark Hudnal with this pencil sketch, and re- 
ceived the game ball from Mark "Chad" Brant. 




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November 12, 1977 








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. . . Seasons Fill 

The Measure Of 

The Year . . . 




Sky Rockets In Flight 
Afternoon Delight! 




. . . Summer, A Music 
Without A Hint Of Death 



. . . Sing a song of summer, 
the world is nearly still , 
The mill-pond has gone to sleep . 
and so has the mill . . . 







Autumn, A Cadence 
Lingerly Long 






Winter, A Pause; 
The Minstrel- Year 
Takes Breath 



Spring, The Low Prelude 
Of A Lordlier Song 



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HOMECOMING PARENTS ' WEEKEND 




THURSDAY, OCTOBER 

8:00 
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 

Noon 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 

9:00 - 11:00 

10:00 



Pep Rally 
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Registration and Coffee Hour 



Pub - Student Union 



Lawn front of Student Union 



Student Union 



10:30 

11:00 

1:20 
1:30 

Half time 

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Unveiling of Bicentennial Plaque Academy Hall 
Youne; Dems complete Bicentennial p roiect "Time Cansule" 

Parade Downtown Keyser 

Luncheon (by reservation) Dining Hall - Davis 

Pre-game - Honoring of Parents coming longest distance 

Catamounts vs Community College of Baltimore 

Prof. Dayton with Alumni President William 
Dedication" - Press Box / August ion Kessel receiving Distinguished Service 

Coronation of 1977 Homecoming Oueen Award. 

Dinner (by reservation) 

Post game reception 

Alumni Banquet and Awards Program 

Concert by Potomac State Music Facult. 

Homecoming Dance 




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FACULTY 




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A. GORDON SLONAKER 
Executive Dean 
1972-1977 




DOUGLAS HARRINGTON 
Associate Dean 
Acting Executive Dean 




VIRGINIA JOHNSON 
Mathematics 
Div. Ill 




ALAN PAINE 

Chairman Math Department 

Div. Ill 



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GARY SELDOMRIDGE 

Mathematics 

Div. Ill 




DALLAS SHAFFER 

History 

Chairman Division II 







BRADFORD BAUM 

ROTC 

Div. IV 





JASPER MORRIS 
Physics 
Div. Ill 



NANCY OATES 
Biology 
Div. Ill 




ROBERT NAYLOR 
Chemistry 
Div. Ill 




KENNETH MALONE 
Agruculture 
Div. IV 




DEBBIE WILSON 
Secretary 




ALLEN MURPHY 
Geology 
Div. Ill 



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AMBROSE LEONG 

Chemistry 

Div. Ill 



HENERY FALKOWSKI 
Chemistry 
Div. Ill 



ELIZABETH HANLIN 
Home Ec. 
Div. IV 





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ABE EVANS 
Financial Aid 



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TREVOS OWEN 

English Dept. 

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Alumni Secretary 




HELEN JENKINS 
Cashier 











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KAREN FERGUSON 
Special Services 




HELEN HARTMAN 
Secretary to Excutive Dean 




WILLIAM EDEL 

Economics 

Div. II 




GLENDA DIEHL 
Secretary 




SALLY KIRKWOOD 
Secretary' 




THELMA O'CONNOR 
Library Assistant II 







BETTY HOFBAUER 
Library Assistant II 




BETTY HOWARD 
Co-ordinator 
Library/LRC 




PAMELA WILLIAMS 
Assistant Librarian 







IVA KELLER 
Library Assistant II 




BEBE ELRICK 
Secretary LRC 




JACOB YOUNG 
Educational Media Specialist 





NOLA CLARK 
Book Store 





JANE MO RPHY 
Book Store 






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HELEN CRINER 
Registrar 




VIRGINIA JOHNSON 
Secretary 




FA YE BEAMS 

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ELROSE SMITH 
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WILLIAM SIMPSON 

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Secretary 



CARMEL KIGHT 
Secretary 







KENNETH HAINES 
Foreign Languages 
Div. I 
















CHARLES WHITEHILL 

Band 

Chairman Division I 







RICHARD DAVIS 
Voice and Singers 
Div. I 





DENNIS THURMOND 
Piano - Division I 



EDWARD WADE 
Art - Division I 



PAM FRANCIS 
Student Life 
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JOHN RASCHELLA 
Assistant to the 
Dean - Admissions 





PAT KEMP LINDSEY 
Admissions Secretary 




HELEN HINES 
Business Office 





CHARLOTTE RAWLINGS 
Business Office 



LINDA LANCASTER 
Faculty Secretary 






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Secretary to the 
Registrar 




EVELYN PETRY 
Psychology 
Div. II 




ANN PAMER 
Cashier 




WANDA GARNER 
Housing Secretary 




MARGARET REED 
Special Services 






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BOB JOHNSON 
Special Services 




LESTER BEAVERS 
Sociology- 
Division II 




HARRY SMITH 
Assistant to the 
Dean - Finance 





EL ROSE SMITH 

English 

Div. I 



CARL COX 
Psychology 
Div. II 




JACK HARTMAN 

Assistant to the 

Dean - Student Affairs 





PANSY BAILEY 
Cashier's Office 



PAT DORSEY 
Switchboard 
Service Center 




ELIZABETH AT WATER 
Journalism and Speech 
Div. I 



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IRENE HARTMAN 
Secretarial Science 
Div. IV 




JOHN STONE 
Accounting 
Div. IV 






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JAMES HOEY 

Director Computer Center 



GORDON MON 
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Div. IV 



ELSIE CARNELL 

Secretary Computer Center 



KRISTA JEFFRIES 
Secretary Computer Center 










SANDRA ELMORE 
Women's Basketball 
Physical Education 
DivII 



LARRY BOLYARD 
Physical Education 
DivII 















MARGARET QUINN 
Volleyball 












DORIS DORSEY 
Secretary 



CECIL PERKINS 
Director of Athletics 
Div. II 













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JACK REYNOLDS 

Baseball 

Div. II 



DON MORAN 
Basketball 




DENNIS CARPENTER 

Photography 

Div. I 




JAMES CHAMPION 

Physics 

Div. Ill 




PAULA PIEHL 
Biology 
Div. Ill 




ERNEST STAGGS 
Director of Mainenance 




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FRANC INE SHANAHAN 
Women's Head Resident 






EMMA WALKER 
Nurse 



ROBERT McCOY 
Doctor 



ORA THOMAS 
Nurse 







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C. Adams 

D. Alkire 
K. A llomong 
H. Andrick 




C. Boggs 
J. Bone 
T. Bowman 
L. Bradfield 



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B. Bricker 
D. Bridges 
D. Britton 




S. Cammer 
C. Campbell 
E. Clark 
J. Clements 





M. Clise 
P. Collins 
K. Courtney 
D. Cox 



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B. Crites 
J. Dailey 
B. Davis 
J. Davis 



M. Davis 
K. Detrik 
H. Dempsey 
L. Deskin 



R. Dietrich 
T. Dorsey 
S. Droskoski 
F. Durst 



J. Dyson 
M. Eagle 
C. Emm art 
J. Evans 





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G. Fisher 
T. From 
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C. Gear 

D. George 
D. Given 



J. Goehringer 
B. Goldizen 
B. Gorby 
J. Gracza 



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D. Groves 
K. Hardesty 
A. Harm an 




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R. Hite 

C. Hofbauer 

W. Horton 



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M. Howard 
L. Hurt 
C. Jones 
J. Jones 




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F. Kleman 




B. Lakadosch 



M. Leatherman 



J. Lockard 



G. Long 




D. Ludwick 



L. Ludwick 



M. Ludwick 



R. Lyon 



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B. Mallow 



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C. Marciniak 



C. Martin 



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G. May 



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K. McCoy 



P. McKinney 



T. Mezzatesta 





T. Michael 



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T. Miller 



G. Miller 



D. Millixon 



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J. Moleworth 



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R. Moore 



M. Moorehead 



K. Morgan 





R. Morts 



S. Morton 



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J. Muller 



M. Munson 






Bo Myers 



J. Neel 



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K. Parish 






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J. Plott 



J. Plum 



R. Plummer 



M. Post 



L. Potanka 




J. Presnell 



M. Pyles 



J. Quinn 



D. Radcliff 



B. Raigner 




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C. Richardson 
B. Riggleman 
T. Rodehehver 




M. Randalls 

J. Ree 

C. Richard 



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K. Rogers 



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D. Salisbury 
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F. Schwartz 
J. Scott 
P. Self 

M. Shears 




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J. Staggs 
P. Stevenson 
E. Stewart 
J. Stickley 




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M. Stickley 
D. Strauss 
F. Streets 
K. Streets 



K. Swiger 
D. Tanner 
C. Tenney 

T. Tetrick 





J. Tettenburn 
E. Thayer 
D. Thomas 
J. Thompson 



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J. Thorne 



D. Triplett 



J. Tucker 




D. Vandevander 





R. Umstot 



B. Walker 



L. Walker 



J. Wamsley 



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D. Weissert 



M. Whetzel 




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T. Wilkinson 



C. Williams 



L. Wilson 




H. Wooden R. Wright 





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C. Blaugh 



J. Clem 



E. Hott 




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D. Kirk 



A. Knott 



G. Kuykendal 





ROYALTY 



1977 Homecoming Court 




Shelley Hess 




Barbara Kemerer 




Debbie Murdock 




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Karen Rogers 





Terri Tetrick 



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available: 
Patricia Gayman 
Susan Harper 
Patricia McCullough 




Charmaine Smith 




Linda Savilisky 



Deirdre Triplett 





Karen Streets 



Cheryl Williams 



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Potomac State Representative 
Apple Blossom Festival 
Winchester, Virginia 




Sweetheart Queen 



Patricia McCullough 



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Phyllis Henry 



Spring Queen 




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CAR LA KID WELL 



CHERYL WILLIAMS 



'They Also Ran' 



KAREN STREETS 



LINDA SAVILISKY 



KAREN ROGERS 



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SERENDIPITY 




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Perceiv'st thou not the process of the year, 
How the four seasons in four forms appear, 
Resembling human life in ev'vy shape they wear? 

OVID. Metamorphoses, xv, 296 








Then, how merry are the times! 

The Spring times! the Summer times! . . . 

Now, how solemn are the times! 

The Winter times! the Night times! . . . 

Sing then, hopeful are all times! 

Winter, Spring, Summertimes! 

BRYAN W. PROCTER, A Song for the Seasons 






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Alumni Scholarships 



Terra Friend 
Driedre Triplett 
Jeannette Staggs 
Diana White 



Anderson Scholarship 



Vickie Saville 



Harris - Mauzy Scholarship 



Forrest Kelly 



Lough Scholarship 



Tom Bowman 




McKee Scholarship 

Joseph Gilmore 
Albert Smith, Jr. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Left to right: Louisa Gainer, Kim Courtney, Mary Beth Harper, Cheryl Williams, Kathy Smith, Carla Kid- 
well, Peggy Corwell. 



Cheerleaders Capture The Spirit Of 
The Season! 




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Back row, left to right: Mary Shears, Terri Tetrick, Tammy Schramm, Steve Pancake, Cindy Boggs, Karen 
Rogers, Jeniffer Keeney, Sandie Auvil, Jeff Pancione , Mary Beth Harper, Mr. Elwood Layman. Front row, 
left to right: Karen Streets, Greg Burkett, Pam Hartman, Donna Thomas, Tammy Mezzatesta, Kim Parsons, 
Marian Thorne , Anne Harman, Joanne Molesworth. 



Business Club 




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Left to right: Cap. Baum, Garrett Miller, Micheal Leatherman, Perry Stevenson, Charles Gear, Sgt. Bailey. 



Roth Military 
Honorary Society 

This organization sponsors the annual Mil- 
itary Ball, provides color guard for ceremonies 
of a military nature , and holds a fall or spring 
banquet. 




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ROTC 

Honors 

Elizabeth 

Atwater 



Military Ball 
March 17, 1978 





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Henry Falkowski, Pam From, Chris Richards, Charles Smith, Jasper Morris 



Astronomy Club 



Steven Bland, Susan Harper 

and Kent Shipe receive Ag Awards 



Agriculture Club 





Kenneth Malone 
Advisor 



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Fi 

Batar 
Kappar 



Fi Batar Kappar are "Spirit Makers". The strange looking 
persons seen on campus and during sporting events are mem- 
bers of the Fi Batar Kappar. Their job is to get the crowd as 
"fired-up" as possible. Their old suits of a bathrobe, an ori- 
ginal hat, and walking cane, give the group an altogether 
different personality. The Fi Batar Kappar's try their best to 
keep the morale up at every single game. We salute you. 










PRESIDENT Stuart Durst and VICE-PRESIDENT 
Tammy Mezzatesta end their 1977 



Student Government Responsibilities 




MaryHedrick, Sheila Judy, Steve Sluss, Gary Hamman, and Richard Urn stot, elected 
for 1978 



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Staff: Patricia 
Self, Jay Clem, 
Richard Fazenbaker, 
Christa Martin, 
Tedd Wilson, Debbie 
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Kimble . 



Photographers 




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Vickie Saville 




r ' RECOGNITION DAY 

The 38th annual Recognition! 
Day program will be at 10:30 ] 
a.m. Wednesday, April 26, in 
the Church-McKee Arts Center 
Auditorium. 



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UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE JOURNALISM CLASSES | 

Student newspaper published fortnightly during the school year between September and June, with the $ 

exception of holiday and examination periois, in the interest of Potomac State College of West Virginia % 

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Irvin L. Beckman :£ 
Yvonne Dupont 

Denise Hartman >•'• 

Stephen Jack >:] 

Deborah Karcher ■:•: 

Tim Minnich , :|: 

Joseph A. Paolini :■': 

Roxann Tigney :•: 



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Rick Harshbarger 






Jeffry Kessel 


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James Kramer 


Business Manager 


Michael C. Pyles 




Christine Richard 


Debra S. Fanto 


Linda Savilisky 


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Karl Siever_ 


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Michael Woods 




JACK B. AYLOR 






Sports Editor 


PHOTOGRAPHY 


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Dennis M. Carpenter 


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YOUNG DEMOCRATS during the year 
sponsored programs of political interest. 
They invited the WV Secretary of State , 
A.J. Manchin, to be the Grand Marshal of 
the Homecoming Parade. They presented the 
college with a framed West Virginia flag. 
Members: Eric Clark, Pat Sheirer, Reva 
Taylor, Edie Laughlin, Steve Sluss, Doug 
Given, Vickie Saville, and Richard Umstot. 
Dr. Lester Beavers serves as advisor. 



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Annual Mum Sale 



OFFICERS: 

Cheryl Williams, President 
Regina Hite, Vice-President 
Louisa Gainer, Secretary 
Jeanette Staggs, Treasurer 
Mrs. Elizabeth Hanlin, Advisor 




Faculty Christmas Party 
Dr. Mon. Dr. Naylor. 



Mrs. Golden, 



Home Economics Club 



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The Home Economics club visit- 
ed "Falling Water, " a home designed 
by Frank Lloyd Wright at Mill Run, 
PA, on Tuesday, April 11, 1978. 
Students making the trip were Martin 
Eagle, Marsha Green, Regina Hite, 
Donald Kirk, Mrs. Virginia Lowther, 
Barbara Mongold, Brenda Mongold, 
Charmaine Smith, and Jeanette 
Staggs. They were accompanied by 
Prof. Hanlin. 




Young Republicans 



Officers 

President: Danny Cummings; Vice- 
president: Ronald Kesner; Secretary: 
Kelley Harman; Treasurer: Cindrea 
Boggs; Shelley Hess Student Govern- 
ment representative. 




Gary Parish, Ted Elrick, Randy Filldns, Shelley Hess, Danny Cummings, William 
Edel, sponsor, Elizabeth Stewart, Cindy Boggs, Kelley Harman, and Jeff Kessel. 




Co-sponsor political symposiums 
mod. John Lusk, John Shores. 



. House of Delegate candidates Irving Athey, Bob Harman, D. Cline, 



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Psychology 
Club 
With 
Scope 



Members: Steven Ofori, George May, DOUG KESNER, PRESIDENT PSYCHOLOGY 
CLUB, William Edel, Advisor, Bonnie Myers, Evelyn Petty, Advisor, Sheila Judy, 
Alisa Mauk, CIRCE COOKE, PRESIDENT SCOPE, Janice Rigby, Julie Miller, Ann 
Idleman, Elizabeth Stewart, Marti Barnard, Cindy Cunningham, Matthew Holt. 



Sports Action Club 



Members: Tim Ninnich, Jeff 
Berry, Tom Bowman, Dave 
Britton, Avery Cunningham, 
Hilton Graham, Kirk Jones, 
Raynard Lee, Michael Maz- 
zariello, Melvin McRoy, 
Peter Plousis, Wendell Ram- 
sey, Mark Richard, Ralph 
Santoro, Clifford Wright, 
President: Cathy Marciniak, 
Vice-President: Barbara 
Johnson, Secretary: Joanne 
Molesworth, Treasurer: Doug 
Jones. 





FRONT L to R: Charmaine Smith, Dana Groves, Kay Burgess, Karen Rogers, Carla See, Alice New Ion, Debbie 
Fanto, Cathy Ludwick, Edie Thayer, Pianist Sharon Davis, Director Richard Davis. MIDDLE L to R: Yolanda 
Broome, Beckey Knicely, Donna Thomas, Karen Streets, Terri Tetrick, Mary Beth Howard, Betty Ann Walker, 
Lori Deskin, Sherri Arnold, Cheryl Shields. BACK L to R: Gary Parish, John Placha , Stan Allen, Ross Glotfelty, 
Dennis Brown. 



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Deedee Triplett, Linda Hedrick, Cathy Fisher 



Potomac State 
Marching 
Band 




Front: Cathy Fisher, Linda Hedrick, Deedee Triplett Middle: Tammy Wilkes, Ted Wilson, Barbara 
Spenser, Julie Malone, Lori Deskins, Shelley Hess, Sue Schwinabart, Betty Ann Walker, Edie Thayer, 
Sherri Arnold, Fran Whiteman. Back: Rhoades Whitehall, Michael Butts, JohnHanna, JohnPlacha, 
Todd Edwards, Craig Durst, Karen Morgan, Stan Kimble, and Tim Smith. 





Front L to R: Betty Ann Walker, Sherri Arnold, Tara Pfeifer, Shelley Hess. Second L to R: Karen Mor- 
gan, Fran Whiteman, Alice Newlon, Julie Staggers, Tara Webb, Deedee Triplett, Edie Thayer, Tim 
Smith, Richard Thrush. Third L to R: Bob Ripple, Charles Whitehall, Todd Edwards, Michael Butts, 
Ross Glotfelty, Ted Wilson, Stan Kimble, John Hanna, Rhoades Whitehall, Tammy Wilkes, Susan 
Schwinabart, Julie Malone. Fourth L to R: William Rogers, John Placha, Lori Deskins. 



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Bob Ripple, Ralph Santoro, Dennis Thurmond, and Mary Hott 




Ralph Santoro 



Front L to R: Alice Newlon, Betty Ann Walker, Tim Smith Bob Woolf. Second L to R: Ted Wilson, Stan 
Kimble, Rhoades Whitehill, Mark Stout, John Placha, Tandy Filkins, Todd Edwards, Charles Whitehill. 
Bob Ripple, Dennis Thurmond, and Ralph Santoro. 



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Betty Ann Walker, Sherri Arnold, Shelley Hess, Lori Deskins, Tammy Wilkes, Tim Smith, Bob Woolf, and Dridre 
Triplett. 



Brass Section 




Front: Rhoades Whitehill, Julie Malone, Sue Schwinabart, Middle: John Pla- 
cha, Ted Wilson, Craig Durst, John H anna, John Wilkinson. Back: Mark Stout, 
and Fran Whiteman. 




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ANTHONY 
WHITMORE 



WILLIAM 
SIMPSON 





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Players 



'Don't Drink The Water' 

By Woody Allen 




The oldest cultural group on the 
campus The Players, perform each 
semester. Mike Mazzariello (on the 
ladder) can be seen with the actors 
of the first semester's one-act plays. 
"Don't Drink the Water" by Woody 
Allen featured Ted Elrick, Shelley 
Hess, Stan Kimble, Stuart Durst, 
Vickie Saville, Karl Siever, and 
Tim Smith. Other players are: Steve 
Jack, Keven Caterbury, Doug Kesner, 
Tom Kennedy, Mike Pyles, Edie 
Laughlin, and Lori Deskin. 



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Officers: 

Lori Deskins, president; Tammy Mezzatesta, 
vice-president; Prof. Kenneth Haines, sec- 
retary-treasurer; and Prof. Virginia John- 
son, faculty representative. 




Initiates 55 In 1977-1978 



FIRST SEMESTER 

Robert Paris, Garrett Miller, Brenda Mayle Mongold, Debbie Fanto, Cheryl 
Williams, Sue Harper, Vickie, Saville, and Barbaro Ours Mongold. 
SECOND SEMESTER 

Jack A yl or, Greg Burkett, Fred Cochran, George Darrell, Martha Eagle, Dennis 
Funk, Charles Gear, Phyliss Henry, Jeff Kessel, Rebecca Knicely, James Kra- 
mer, Edie Laughlin, Gina Litten, Stephen Ofori, Hobert Orton, Andrew Salis- 
bury, Linda Savilisky, Karl Siever, Lisa Sirk, Perry Stevenson, Michael Strick- 
ler, Marian Thome, Karen Streets, and Pam vance, sophomores. Steven Bland, 
Kay Burgess, Jay Clem, Circe Cooke, Mary Ann Davis, Edward Fazenbaker, Jr. 
Kelley Harman, Robert T. Harman, Anna Idleman, Robin Jansante, Sheila 
Judy, Paul Kesner, Emily Ludwick, Julie Malone, Christa Martin, Barbara Par- 
ker, John Peyton, Janice Rigby, Susan Schwinabart, Elizabeth Stewart, Donna 
Thomas, Richard Umstot, Jr., and Robert Ted Wilson, freshmen. 








107 




Four things a man must learn to do 
If he would make his record true: 

To think without confusion clearly. 
To love his fellowman sincerely, 

To act from honest motives purely, 

To trust in God and Heaven securely. 
--Henry Van Dyke 




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Front L to R: Brenda Mayle Mongold, Tammy Mezzatesta, Lori Deskins, Barbaro Ours Mongold. Second L to R: 
Carla See, Debbie Fanto, Cheryl Williams, Sue Harper, Vickie Saville, Alexa Smith, Deedee Triplett, Albert 
Smith. Third L to R: Charles Grear, Robert Paris, Tim Minnick, Garrett Miller. 



108 



38th Annual Recognition Day 



Sigma Phi Omega - Sponsor 



April 26, 1978 



MODERN LANGUAGE AWARDS 
were given to Deirdre Triplett for su- 
perior ability in the study of French 
and Edie Laughlin and Gerald Kirk for 
outstanding ability in Spanish. Prof. 
Haines presented the awards. 

THE SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 
AWARD went to Maty Shears. Presenter 
was Prof. Irene Hartman. 

WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN JUN- 
IOR COLLEGES honored 25 Potomac 
State sophomores and were recognized 
by Prof. Jack M. Hartman. 

JOURNALISM AWARDS went to 
Vickie Saville for both Best News Story 
and Best Editorial, to Alexa Smith for 
Best Feature, and to Jack Aylor for ex- 
cellence in Sportswriting. 

Citations were also presented by 
Dr. Atwater to Timothy Minnich, bus- 
iness manager, and Michael Strickler, 
circulation manager. 

OUTSTANDING TEACHER OF THE 
YEAR AWARDS were presented by Dr. 
Douglas A. Harrington, acting dean of 
the college, to Dr. Elizabeth A. At- 
water, journalism and speech; Prof. 
Kenneth Malone, agriculture; and Prof. 
Nancy Oates, biology. 

MILITARY SCIENCE AWARDS, 
presented by CPT Bradford E. Baum, in- 
cluded the Department of the Army 
Superior Cadet Awards to freshman 
Circe Cooke and sophomore Perry Stev- 
enson. 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN 
REVOLUTION AWARD went to Charles 
Gear and the MILITARY HISTORY 
AWARD was presented to Chris Smith 
by CPT Baum. 

Prof. Emeritus Ervin L. Dayton pre- 
sented the COL. JAMES H. DAYTON 
AWARD to Perry Stevenson. THE 
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS AWARD 
was presented by Vincent Shuck, Com- 
mander, Post 3518, to Perry Stevenson. 
Runnerup was Charles Gear. 



THE DANA G. LOUGH SPORTS 
AWARD was presented to Douglas Tanner 
by Glen Ryan, Cat Club president. 

OUTSTANDING BAND AWARDS were 
presented by Dr. Charles D. Whitehill to 
Elizabeth Walker, Concert Band, and John 
Placha, Jazz Ensemble. 

THE DEAN FRANK MAUZY SIDNEY 
HARRIS HISTORY AWARD was presented 
to Darwin Gough by David Cline. The 
$50 award was established by Mr. Harris 
'32 of Pittsburgh in memory of the former 
academic Dean. 




AGRICULTURE AWARDS were given 
to Steven Bland, Susan Harper and Kent 
Shipe by Prof. Kenneth Malone. 

WALTER H. BOONE CHEMISTRY 
AWARDS were given to Charles T. Smith 
and Kay L. Burgess by Dr. Robert Naylor. 

The MAURICE G. POWELL CHEM- 
ISTRY AWARD went to Douglas Given. 
The award was presented by Dr. Naylor. 

CIRCLE K SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 
were presented to freshman Kay Burgess 
and sophomore Charles Gear by president- 
elect Richard Umstot, Jr. 

The BIOLOGY AWARD was presented 
to Albert Smith, Jr. by Prof. W. E. 
Michael. 

The WILLIAM B. McPHERSON 
AWARD was presented by Prof. Michael, 
Circle K adviser, to Deirdre Triplett 
and runnersup Jeffry Kessel and Garrett 
Miller. 



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CIRCLE K CLUB 

Circle K is an international service club. Chapter 6 at Potomac 
State was the first to be organized in West Virginia. It serves by 
means of education, association, and training, and instills in its 
members a growing consciousness of basic American ideals and re- 
sponsibilities. 

Circle K builds character and citizenship that contribute to better 
community living in the future. It presents scholastic awards to the 
freshman and sophomore students with the highest scholastic averages 
and the William B. McPherson Citizenship Award in honor of Captain 
William McPherson, past president, who was killed in action Decem- 
ber 3, 1965, while serving in Vietnam. 

Gary Parish was the 1977/78 president and Professor William 
Michael serves as advisor. 



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NEWMAN CLUB 

Newman Club is a national Catholic organization, founded at 
the college in 1948. It fosters the spiritual, intellectual, and social 
interests of Catholic students. The group is a member of the Na- 
tional Newman Federation. 



PUBLIC CHOICE CLUB 

Public Choice endeavors to make students aware of the need for 
personal involvement in community and civic affairs. Active this 
year were: George May, president, Steve Ofori, Doug Kesner, Hudine 
Wooden, Chacko Yogiaveehil, and Marion Ludwick. 




110 




ACTIVITIES 



Educational Cultural 




FREE-LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER; 
Bill Kuykendall 



JUDGE: Reeves Taylor 



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Appalackia 



By Muriel Miller Dressier 



I am Appalachia ! In my veins 

Runs fierce mountain pride: the hill-fed streams 

Of passion; and, stranger, you don't know me! 

You've analyzed my every more - you still 

Go away shaking your head. I remain 

Enigmatic. How can you find rapport with me - 

You, who never stood in the bowels of hell, 

Never felt a mountain shake and open its jaws 

To partake of human sacrifice? 

You, who never stood on a high mountain, 

Watching the sun unwind its spiral rays; 

Who never searched the glens for wild flowers, 

Never picked mayapples or black walnuts; never ran 

Wildly through the woods in pure delight, 

Nor dangled your feet in a lazy creek? 

You, who never danced to wild sweet notes, 

Outpourings of nimble -fingered fiddlers; 

Who never just "sat a spell" on a porch, 

Chewing and whittling; or hearing in pastime 

The deep-throated bay of chasing hounds 

And hunters shouting with joy, "he's treed!" 

You, who never once carried a coffin 

To a family plot high upon a ridge 

Because mountain folk know it's best to lie 

Where breezes from the hills whisper, "you're home"; 

You, who never saw from the valley that graves on a hill 

Bring easement of pain to those below? 

I tell you, stranger, hill folk know 

What life is all about; they don't need pills 

To tranquilize the sorrow and joy of living. 

I am Appalachia: and stranger, 

Though you've studied me, you still don't know. 




Autographed copy of "Appalachia" was presented to the Mary F. Shipper 
Library and hangs in the study area on the Mezzanine. 



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LECTURER: Howard Kenney with Cline, Harrington and Shaffer 



Campus 
Programs 



POET: Margaret Anderson 



ROCK STAR: Steppenwolf 



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Terry Harman - Co-chairman 

Hunter Wilson - Co-chairman 

Doug Wilson - Chairman, Dance Marathon Committee 

Julie Malone - Chairman, Be autifi cation Committee 

Shelley Hess - Chairman, Public Relations Committee 

Edward Facenbake^ Jr. - Chairman, Recycling Committee 

Kay Burgess - Chairman, Seminars Committee 

Bob McKinley »fChairman, Speakers Committee 

Professor Nancy Qates - Advisor 









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FOOTBALL Schedule 




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Nassau 


20 


19 


Chowan 


40 


26 


Wesley 


6 


16 


Pitts JV 


6 


3 


Montgomery 


10 





Ferrum 


14 


25 


Baltimore 





45 


Hudson 


6 


14 


Lees McRae 


14 




131 




VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Front L to R: Sue Schwinbart, Diana Cooper, Kathy Marciniak, Barbara Johnson, Lani 
Baker, Thea Garland, Back L to R: Peggy Matthews, Joan Molesworth, Lisa Sirk, Barbara Bean, Tammy Dor- 
sey, Jocelyn Hoff , Barbara Kimer. Judy Scott. Margaret Quinn. 



Pride Prevails In 




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BASKETBALL TEAM Front L to R: Bill Keller. Judy Scott, Barbara Bean, Kim Jacobs, Roxann Tigney, Cindy 
Baldwin, Marian Thorne , Yolanda Broom. Back L to R: Sandy Elmore, Terri Hilman, Robin Wilson, Sue 
Ostapie, JocelynHoff, Monica Goldsborough , Jennifer Keeney, Jean Neal, Thea Garland, Lani Baker, Pam 
Francis . 



Women's Athletics 



WE 

40 

54 

23 

52 

73 

31 

55 

36 

55 

80 

52 

63 

57 

63 

69 

35 

63 



OPPONENT 

WVA WESLEYAN 

SHENANDOAH 

NORTH ALLEGHENY 

ALLEGHENY C . COLLEGE 

GARRETT 

ESSEX 
CHARLES 
HAGERSTOWN 
NORTH ALLEGHENY 
FERRUM 
CATONSVILLE 
FERRUM 
SHEPHERD 
CECIL 
CHARLES 
CATONSVILLE 
ALLEGHENY C. COLLEGE 




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Close Season As 
Second Best Defensive 
Team In U.S. 
Ranked 9th During Year 

Open Season as WV 
Weston Invitational Champs 

Defeating Salem 66-62 And Glenville 56-52 

Give Vincennes Its 1st Defeat 65-63 

In The Vincennes Classic Going 

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58-70 


win over Pennsacola 

Basketball Schedule 




We 




They 


91 


Fayette CC 


55 


63 


N. Allegheny 


65 


72 


Ohio Valley 


56 


56 


Garrett CC 


52 


59 


Westchester CC 


63 


72 


Mercer CC 


70 2-OT 


83 


Farmingdale JC 


63 


81 


S. Allegheny 


41 


65 


Allegany CC 


74 


95 


Johnstown UP 


54 


79 


Catonsville 


60 


58 


Ferrum 


56 OT 


77 


N Allegheny 


55 


43 


Boyce CC 


42 


63 


Baltimore CC 


70 


109 


Fayette CC 


75 


77 


Catonsville 


60 


55 


Allegany CC 


51 


74 


Garrett CC 


58 


64 


Boyce 


35 


102 


Hagerstown JC 


63 


8 


Region XX Tournament 




63 


Beaver 


48 


72 


Catonsville 


54 


71 


Baltimore 


72 



135 




Team Members 

Honor Coach Don Moran 

'Day Of The Coach' 



1977-1978 Cagers 

Dave Britton, Wendel Ramsey, Wayne Wharton, Mike 
Bullet, Craig Warnick, Curt Jones, Duane Shropshire, 
Hilton Graham, Leon Grfeen, Terry Fahey, Mike Clise, 
Jim Lafferty, Stan Allen, and Elmer Jackson. Assistant 
Coach Terry LaRue. 



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fill Remember' 
i977-1978 Cagers 



Player 



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1978 Baseball Statistics 
3B HR SB SAC BB SO 



OBE RBI OBA 



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Doug Tanner 


82 


21 


36 


8 


1 


2 


4 


5 


15 


6 


3 


42 


556 


439 


Wayne Whitsitt 


48 


7 


21 


6 








1 


2 


6 


5 


2 


13 


537 


437 


Joe Hall 


5 


1 


2 





























400 


400 


Ed Trietley 


SI 


23 


30 


12 


1 


2 


3 


1 


18 


7 


3 


23 


565 


3 70 


Pete Bergmann 


97 


31 


33 


5 





2 


6 


5 


9 


3 


3 


13 


424 


340 


Mike Darrell 


79 


30 


27 


3 


3 


2 


17 





29 


16 


1 


15 


537 


340 


Willie Saucerman 


81 


17 


27 


4 


2 


2 


7 


3 


12 


16 


6 


22 


454 


333 


Ron Pizatella 


83 


24 


24 


8 


1 


1 


1 


2 


17 


12 


6 


19 


470 


289 


Jim Kramer 


92 


21 


26 


5 


2 


1 


9 


4 


15 


10 


3 


12 


410 


282 


Doug Jones 


60 


9 


15 


3 


2 





1 


1 


16 


20 


1 


6 


447 


250 


Jay Quinn 


45 


9 


10 


1 


1 


1 





2 


12 


11 


2 


7 


421 


222 


TOTALS 


753 


193 


251 


53 


13 


13 


49 


25 150 


106 


37 


172 


485 


333 



We 

1 
7 
1 
4 
5 
5 
2 

14 
8 

16 
9 
4 

13 
9 

10 
9 
9 
3 

10 
7 
4 
3 
6 
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10 

12 
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Schedule 

St. Petersburg Junior College 
Wingate College, N.C. 
Wingate College, N.C. 
Allegany Community College 
Allegany Community College 
Navy 

Garrett Community College 
Garrett Community College 
Catonsville Community College 
Catonsville Community College 
Alleghany South Community College 
Alleghany South Community College 
Beaver Community College 
Beaver Community College 
Hagerstown Community College 
California State College J.V. 
California State College J. V. 
Ferrum College 
Ferrum College 
Dundalk Community College 
Dundalk Community College 
Allegany Community College 
Allegany Community College 
Butler Community College 
Butler Community College 
Baltimore Community College 
Baltimore Community College 
Cecil Community College 



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17 



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2 
8 
6 
6 

3 
2 
4 
3 
7 
2 
5 
2 
9 
2 
3 
11 



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Carmichael 

Barger 

Carmichael 

Carmichael 

Barger 

Carmichael 

Barger 

Pizatella 

Barger (Relief) 

Hall 

Lively 

Barger (Relief) 

Hall (Relief) 

Pizatella 

Hall 

Barger 

Lively 

Carmichael 

Pizatella (Relief) 

Carmichael 

Hall 

Carmichael 

Pizatella 

Lively 

Barger 

Hall 

Carmichael 

Carmichael 



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Tim Carmichael 


54 


33 


50 


24 


7 


1 


3 


44 


1 


42 


4.0 


5-3 


Jim Barger 


38 


38 


54 


31 


15 


1 


3 


24 





25 


7.3 


4-3 


Joe Hall 


40 


24 


41 


19 


8 


3 


2 


14 





23 


4.2 


4-0 


Dick Lively 


24 


21 


30 


10 


8 


1 


1 


10 





18 


3.7 


2-1 


Ron Pizatella 


22 


17 


25 


11 


5 


2 





12 





10 


4.5 


3-1 


Jeff Rhodes 


7 


7 


8 


7 


2 








11 





2 


9.0 


0-0 


TOTA LS 


185 


140 


208 


102 


45 


8 


9 


115 


1 


120 


4.9 


18-8 



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STANDING L to R: Dick Lively, Robin Jansante, Jim Barger, Ron Pizatella, Mike Darrell, Doug Tanner, Willie 
Saucerman, Joe Hall, Coach Jack Reynolds. KNEELING L to R: Tim Carmichael, Coach Fred Clark, Jay Quinn, 
Peter Bergmann, Jim Kramer, Ed Trietley, Doug Jones. SITTING L to R: Wayne Whitsitt, Coach Branson Brown, 
Coach Dave Cline, and Jeff Rhodes. 



1978 Batsmen 
Have 18-9 Record Year 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Jack Reynolds 

Assistants: Dave Cline 

Branson Brown 
Fred Clark 



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Mrs. Augustino Accepts Plaque From Coach Reynolds 



Baseball Dugout Honors Robert J. Augustino 




What A 

Difference 

A Day 

Makes 





Ron Pizatella - Right Field 



Doug Tanner - 1st Base 



Mark Darrell - Shortstop 






Clearwater, Florida 



Catamounts 'Visit' 'Play' In 
South 




WVU Exhibition gameSt. Petersburg. 
Wingate, NC . 



Women's Softball Team 



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Row 1 L to R: Nancy Hoatson, Peggy Matthews, Kim Parsons. Row 2 L to R: Judy Scott, Gwynne Miller, Emily 
Hott, Terry Hillman. Row 3 L to R: Cindy Baldwin, Jennifer Kenney, Mary Beth Harper, JoAnn Bruno, Jean Neel, 
and Coach Sandy Elmore. 



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BE A SMART 
CAT 



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Catamount 
Fight Song 
Oh, Cat-A-Mounts 



Oh, Cat-a-mounts, we're here be-side you, 
We'll al-ways stand for you and cheer, 
With all our spir-it here behind you, 
No teams of ours should ev-er fear. 

Come on and fight and win for State, boys, 
Our col-ors, Gold and Blue, they'll see. 
And you will Fight, Fight, Men of Might, 
March on to vic-tor-y. 



RICH PDTIIVin FF 




GRADUATION 







The Season 



For Which 






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TOP HONOR students shown here with President Gene Budig and retired Exec- 
utive Dean A.G. Slonaker. Mary Shears, highest woman and James E. Thomp- 
son, II, highest man. 



We Came 



May 7, 1978 





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Favorites Of 



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Dr. E.E. Church 

Shares Honor With 
Dean McKee's Brother, Newlon, 

During Graduation Day 
Activities 





Dr. Church, Dr. Budig, Mr. McKee 




CHURCH-McKEE ARTS CENTER 



HONORING TWO WHOSE 
DEDICATEO SERVICE STEERED 

POTOMAC STATE COLLEGE 

THROUGH YEARS 
OF GREAT EXPANSION 



ERNEST ELLIOTT CHURCH 

PRESIDENT, 1936-1984 

KIRKLAND SHEPHERD McKEE 

DEAN, 1936-1983 



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Prof. David Nuzum, Dr. Church, Dr. Slonaker, Pres. Budig, and Kirkland Mc- 
Kee, nephew of Dean K. S. McKee. 




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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



THE NATIONAL BAE OF KEYSER 



"The Friendly Bank" 




CONTRIBUTIONS 



G . C . MURPHY COMPANY 

The Complete Variety Store 

97-103 N. Main Street Keyser W.Va. 



SHEAR'S LADIES APPAREL 
92 N. Main Street 
Keyser, WV 26726 




EVANS GROCERY 
Bud Lewis And 
Bill Gerwig, Props 
Fort Ashby, W. Va. 




RADCLIFFS MARKET 
Fort Ashby, W.Va. 



LANE TV AND 
APPLIANCE CENTER 
112 N. Main Street 
Keyser, WV 26726 




PIZZA SPORT SHOPPE, INC 
Tri- Towns Plaza 
State Route 135 
Westernport, MD 21562 





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FORT ASHBY PHARMACY 

298-3500 



FORT ASHBY SPORT SHOP 

298-3562 



Jimmy V. Lovece , Owner 

788-1593 Or 786-4630 
New Creek Drive 
Keyser, WV 26726 



JIMMY'S PIZZA SHOP 




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RANCH RESTAURANT 



Fort Ashby , WV 



WHY BANK 



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FOUNDED 1911 
TRUST DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHED 1955 

TELEPHONE 788-3111 



AND 
EVERYWHERE 



^The FARMGRS 

ar\dM6RCHANTS BANK 



when 
you can 
get FULL 
BANKING 
SERVICE ,a 

Here at tnlS services thai you 
A „ a L. n L and your family 

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Keyser, West Virginia 25726 



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SHAPIRO'S 

' 'First in fashion 1 ' 

Men's 

Ladies' 

And Guys and Dolls 

61-63-81 Armstrong Street 

Keyser, West Virginia 

788-1678 




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Wi'verhacuser 



BOGGS SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

Building Supplies, Paints 

R.F.D. #4, Box 16 • New Creek Drive 

Keyser, West Virginia 26726 



High's Dairy 
Store 

'Farm Fresh" Dairy Products 
Rt. 220 South 
Keyser, W.Va. 



EBERT— RINARD 

Jewelry & Gifts 
of Quality 

Keepsake & Starfire 
Diamonds & Wedding Bands 

Fostoria Crystal 

Fenton Glassware 

Accutron & Bulova 
Watches & Clocks 

81 North Main 
Keyser, W.Va. 
788-2448 



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POLAND'S DISCOUNT 
FURNITURE 

Industrial Park 

Keyser, W.Va. 26726 

Clothes Furniture Carpet 

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Keyser, W.Va. 26726 




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Keyser, West Virginia 

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