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St. Mary 's College of Maryland is 
located on the shores of the St. Mary 's 
River in Southern Maryland, and her 
campus is surrounded on three sides 
by bodies of water which contribute 
to her atmosphere and beauty. Her 
existence began in 1839 as a com- 
memoration to the site of Leonard 
Calvert's landing, and as a living mon- 
ument to St. Mary's City which was 
the first capital of Maryland from 
1634 until 1694 when it was moved 
to Annapolis. Here under the patron- 
age of Lord Baltimore, freedom of 
worship was first brought to America. 

Time has taken St. Mary 's from a 
small school of less than 10 students 
to a four-year college, from one build- 
ing to 18, from 11 acres to 265 acres 
of spacious land. 

Time is a measured period during 
which an action, process, or condition 
exists or continues. St. Mary 's College 
of Maryland has existed for 140 years 
and she continues to grow in land, 
buildings, faculty, students, prosperity 
and knowledge. 

CASTELLAN, 1968 








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This Page 

Top - IRHC sponsors a muddy tug-of-war; Left - 
Frazier; Right - Ritch's Bitches take first place in 
Women 's Intramural Football 

Opposite Page 

Top - Harry's Honey Jays; Far Left - Nancy 
Dudiak and Mark Arrildt; Left Center - Nort and 
Ruth show team comradery while Patty abstains. 








Top: JeffK. takes time out from his biology exper- 
iment to pose. Top Right: Dr. Nickell spends a few 
moments after class with students. Above: Dr. 
Tomlin Stevens takes a few realxing moments. 
Center: A biology class explores during lab. Right: 
Dr. Fausz converses with Ed Haislemaier in his 
office. 







ABOVE: Patrice Bennett makes a point in 
English class. ABOVE LEFT: A biology student 
concentrates while at the microscope. LEFT: 
Dr. Clamurro allows his class to enjoy the 
scenery and weather as he teaches Spanish. 
BOTTOM: Gene Perry and John Wollick ex- 
change views in Michael Glaser's English class. 







SMC Theater 



Above: Erin O'Brien, Tina Kramer, am 
Lise Papetti star in "Gamma Rays. " 
Above Right: Ken Anderson and Dana 
McLellan star in, "Tfie Loveliest Aftemoo.i 
of the Year." 

Right: A scene from Story Theater, "The 
Robber Bridegroom. " 



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SGA 



Left: SGA in Session 

Below Left: Dick Gregory is sponsored by 

the SGA 

President- Bob Malloy 

Vice President-Dave Oswald 

Treasurer- Debbie Bender 

Secretary -Kathy Kaifer 

Faculty Advisor-John Nicholson 





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SMC Soccer 



Right: Craig Hawkes dribbles 
down field while teammate Dave 
Allen provides help on the side. 
Bottom left: Coach Mike Sweeney 
and fullback Craig Hawkes discuss 
defensive strategy in the second 
half of the University of Virginia 
game. 

Bottom right: Striker Matt Arrilt 
and Assistant Coach (and brother) 
Mark Arrildt discuss offensive plays 
at halftime. 




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Left: Winger Bob Case gets a shot off 

against Southeastern University. 

Bottom Left: St. Mary 's fans watch the 

game intently. 

Bottom Right: Fullback Peter Collins 

takes a goal kick. 





The Saints soccer team ended the 1978 season with a 6-7-1 record. 
Under the guidance of rookie coach Mike Sweeney the Saints gained a play- 
off position in the NAIA District 19 championship. In an exciting game with 
George Mason University of Virginia the team lost in overtime. 

The Saints played some new teams this year, including University of 
Virginia and Liberty Baptist College. With the addition of these new teams 
the Saints were able to broaden their horizon in intercollegiate play. 

St. Mary's, an upcoming power in NAIA District 19 division proved their 
performance by placing 4 members on the District 29 All-Star Team. First 
team member (for the 3rd time) was senior Matt Arrildt, who played in the 
striker position. Second team honors went to senior Pete Collins, fullback; 
sophomore Steve Deschler, fullback; and sophomore Craig Hawkes, also full- 
back position. 

With the 1979 season coming in August, the Saints prepare for an excit- 
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Frisbee Golf 
&I.R.H.C. Weekend 





No one seems sure when the first frisbee golf (or folf) 
game was played on campus of SMC, but may have been 
when Richard Nixon was still President. The first Frisbee 
Golf Classic Tournament happened in the spring of 1975; it 
was played on the first official frisbee golf course, the 
Scenic 37. The tournament hit the big time that fall, when 
Dr. J. Renwick Jackson threw out the first frisbee for the I 
Believe in America Club. The IBA has organized about 5 
tournaments in both singles and doubles competition, based 
loosely on rules established by the International Frisbee 
Assoc. 

. . . so that we may rightfully concur for the pholfer, a 
pleasant day is a gift of the Gods. . . 

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SMC Music 





Top: Tfie SMC Chamber Singers. 

A bove: Rob Slepitza perforins in front of the Owir. 

Right: Senior Voice Major Leroy Pressley sings. 



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Left: Scott Taylor solos on the baritone sax. 

Below: The Jazz Band performs under the direction of Bob 

Levy with Jon Plante playing lead. 

Bottom: The Jazz Band performs under the tent. 





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Every year Queen Anne Dorm Council 
presents the Halloween Costume Dance. 
Imaginations run wild, mild and bizarre. 
Tltis year was no exception— goblins, in- 
sects, and princesses alike enjoyed them- 
selves to the very end. 







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Mountain Boys 






The Fall concert, put on by the SGA, brought 
us The Roslyn Mountain Boys and The Colorado 
Rudy Toot Band. Everyone in the audience en- 
joyed an evening of partying with great music and 
good friends. 

£> The Colorado 

Rudy Toot Band 



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Christmas 




Christmas at St. Mary 's coincides with Fall Semes- 
ter Final Exam but people always seem to find time to 
celebrate. The Christmas formal, sponsored by Queen 
Anne Dorm Council, provides a time of celebration. It 
is a pleasant change from jeans with everyone, dressed 
in their best, enjoying Christmas cheer. 

Christmas trees and decorations appear all over 
campus. Even Christmas lists emerge. And what is the 
most requested gift? "Please let me pass all my 
finals!" 






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The men's basketball team finished off 
the 78-79 season with a record of twelve 
wins and ten losses. The players were: Mike 
Ayers, Bobby Hill, Tom Maleski, James 
"Fleet" Sherrod, Raynard Jones, Daryl 
McCrea, Phil Kepner, Kevin Littlejohn, 
Hammond Willis, Brian Law, Bemie Taylor, 
Mike Collins, Mark Hartzell. 



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The lady Saints had an eleven win and ten loss season for 
78-79. The players were: Terry Harford, Celene Graves, 
Susana Twigg, Denise Lerch, Alice White, Rose Mary Klein, 
Debie Kershaw, Mary Burns, Marilynne King, Gweyn Dunn, 
Nancy Dudiak, Laura Dziewiet, Jane Berger. 










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A group of Ski lovers traveled to 
Smugglers Notch, Vermont over 
Winter Term. The group spent a 
week at the Red Fox Ski Dormitory 
in Jeffersonville and enjoyed skiing, 
dancing, and partying. 





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The Spring Semester started off slowly with the 
"Blizzard of '79. " The students were snowbound 
for three days. Everyone enjoyed the break and the 
day-long snowball fights. 





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THE DOVE STAFF 

Editor in Chief Donald Waters 

Assistant Editor. .... Karen Plunkett 
Head Photographer . . . .Mike Bishoff 

Copy Editor Marian Bolton 

Advertising Leslie Francis 

Type Setting Dorothy Marcus 

Staff Gail Anderson 

Laura Archibald 

Julie Arrogancia 

Pam Culver 

Donna Dalmer 

Jerry Johnston 

Lee Langston 

Martha Myers 




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Top: Mike Jepson and Fred Cassels go for a jump ball 
Above: Joe Fisher gets a shot off unguarded. 
Right: Chuck Englehart brings the ball on court while Rob 
Jepson guards. 




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Top: Nancy Dudiak, referee, puts up a jump ball 

Left: Pam Troxell dribbles while Ruth Elwell looks for the 

steal. 
Above: Michelle Alexander and Francis Betz keep stats. 



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TOP: SMC students enjoy a stroll across 
campus with friends. BELOW: A few 
SMC students enjoy the convenience of 
Pulliam's Groceries. CENTER: Students 
take time out from a coffeehouse, sponsor- 
ed by the men 's lacrosse team, to pose for 
yearbook photographer. BOTTOM: 

Ralston Taylor, Floyd Brown, Scott 
Taylor, and Kevin Givens get down with 
jazz sounds, as they entertain "Spotlight" 
audience. Sherrie Waters accompanies 
Dalerie Davis as she impresses the audience 
with her impression of Billie Holiday, at 
the Black Student Union production of 
"Spotlight. " 








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TOP: Two of SMC's security officers display their congeniality as 
they pose. CENTER: Jeff Keener, Rich Magness, Tim Kirky, Kevin 
Murchie, and friends take a moment to give racked "pal" a lift. 
LEFT: Dinner at SMC. 



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TL: JANET KNOX (Ooooh BABY!) TR: Jerry, Caffeine and Mary B. crusin 
the sights of St. Mary's City. LL: A.W. (Anne Weaver) and Pam Boddicker 
love to waste time. LR: Rick Gibbs.,.1 told you I'd get you. 

Opp. TL: Harry Hafer in better form. LL: Dan Haynos ("Look at that 
honey") and Sue Moss. TR: Stan 0. posed for this one. MR: T-T-T-Taylor 
( a. k. a. Luke). LR: No caption. 




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Maryland Day is. . . . 

Speeches, dancers, parades, The 
Dove, the Governor, and artcraft. It is 
a fun time for all who attend, as well 
as very enriching. 





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Sugar 



TOP LEFT: Joe Kirby cradles Leroy Pressley in 
drag, in a scene from SMC's production of 
"Sugar. " TOP RIGHT: The old millionaires re- 
lax in front of the hotel. ABOVE: Michael 
Lynch asks of himself "Why me?" RIGHT: 
Sugar, played by Maureen Auld, seeks some ad- 
vice from her friends in drag, Leroy Pressley and 
Michael Lynch. BOTTOM RIGHT: Actors 
Pressley, Kirby, and Lynch pause with open 
mouths, after Pressley 's true identity is revealed. 








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TOP LEFT: John Toohey and Heather Worthley give 
each other their full attention in their roles as Cleante 
and Donne. TOP RIGHT: Eddie Ormond, Susan 
Westbrook, and John Toohey display their acting 
talents in "Tartuffe." ABOVE: Westbrook, Worthley, 
and Cappy Ryan portray characters Flipote, Dorine, 
and Orgon. ABOVE LEFT: Mike Lynch portrays 
Valerie as he converses with Dorine and Marianne. 
LEFT: Ken Anderson portrays the title role of Tar- 
tuffe as Ormond and Ryan look on. 



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This Page 

Top: Peter Collins wards off check. 

Top Right: The Squad after the game. 

Right: Mark Cheyne grabs a loose ball while 

Rich Magness protects. 
Bottom Right: Coach Sothoron (facing) 

talks during halftime. 

Opposite Page 

Kenny Ebmeier brings the ball down field. 
Center Left: Peter Collins aims a shot at the 

goal. 
Center Right: Mark Cheyne protects the 

ball from defense with good stickwork. 
Bottom Left: Rich Magness gets off a shot 

in heavy traffic. 
Bottom Right: Pat Schaffner makes his 

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Following the best lacrosse season ever at St. Mary's in '78, the 
1979 squad managed to produce a solid 8-5 record. Owing to a 
team of 23 players in which 11 were either freshmen or newcomers 
to lacrosse, the Saints played bravely in hopes of receiving a play- 
off bid in the N.C.A.A. division tournament. Blowing away teams 
of lesser skill, the Saints managed one important win over a play-off 
team. An 11-8 victory over Ohio Wesley an. Losses to Ithaca, Wash- 
ington, Loyola, and Salisbury dashed playoff hopes. The team was 
ranked throughout the season at the numbers 12 and 13 in the 
country, indicative of the respect St. Mary's has built among the 
more established lords of lacrosse. 

The team consisted of Peter Collins, Rich Magnus, Dirk Rinehart, 
Tom McWilliams, Bruce Chesser, Joe Michalski, Mark Cheyne, Pat 
Schaffner, Cory Roberts, Mike Lord, Chris Tallevast, John Nocher, 
Gary Willis, Paul Blom, Tony Hauserman, Jack Dent, Mike Hudson, 
Jim Sharkey, Jim Thompson, Rusty Lucas, Mike Meraschoff 
Dennis Bowdy, Cuddy Kane, and Ken Ebmeir. 





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In the first year of inter-collegiate 
play, the Women's Lacrosse team had 
a record of 1-4. A group of twenty - 
four enthusiastic females worked hard 
to build a solid team. Their prepara- 
tion started in the fall as the veterans 
broke in the new members. Under the 
coaching of Julie Arrogancia, the team 
proved to be a formidable opponent 
on the field and their skill and preci- 
sion showed it. 

The members of the team were. 
Kathy Bates, Rina Battiata, Debbie 
Billock, Beth Briscoe, Jane Burger, 
Mary Burns, Pam Cardullo, Marty 
Carlon, Ruth Geary, Carla Frantz, 
Peggi Gillespie, Kelley Gleason, Ellen 
Graham, Celene Graves, Janet Knox, 
Linda LaLumiere, Patti Lesneski, 
Ellen Murray, Clarissa Parr, Deb 
Roberts, Karen Smith, Allison Turner, 
Sue Twigg, and Alice White. 




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THOMAS MARTIN KANE 



1957-1978 



Dare we ask for More? 

A flash of Irish magic to brighten our lives 

A Gentle man worth knowing. 

A son worth loving 

A student worth teaching 

A competitor worth challenging 

A friend worth having. 

A mark that's deep. 

A memory, warm and lingering 

Dare we ask for more? 



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Opposite Page: 

Top Left: Chris Tanner teaches biology. 
Top Right: Sandy Willetts directs choir. 
Bottom: Earl Hofmann demonstrates 
sculpture. 

This Page: 

Top Left: Students in class. 
Top Right: Ellen Corson. 
Bottom Left: Rosemary Hein gives guid- 
ance. 
Bottom Right: John Weir. 





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CANOE & KAYAK 
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SMC Volleyball 



The Men's Volleyball squad had a season record of 
3-9. It consisted of six new members including Jamal 
Al-Janabi, Mark Arrildt, Jeff Franzenberger, Don 
Freeman, Paul LaCoste, and Jim Reed. Veteran players 
were Bob Case, Tim Kirk, and Ken Sanford. Under the 
pressure of tough competition the team showed 
promise. As the season unfolded the members became 
a well- working unit. 





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The St. Mary's Men's Tennis team was up against 
some formidable competition this season. This included 
American University, Georgetown University, Salisbury 
State, and the Naval Academy. Up against this, the Saints 
came away with a respectable 4-5 record. 

Tom Ford, a county resident and well-known Tennis 
player in Southern Maryland, coached the team. Under 
him, the team showed a lot of depth with five veteran 
players; Burt James, Chuck Miller, Doug Wright, Mike 
Ryan, and Dave Hunt; and three new members; Jeff 
French, Jack Hartzell, and Ernie Spriggs. The team made 
a good showing this year and all the teammates will be re- 
turning. 




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St. Patricks day was celebrated a bit differently at 
St. Mary 's this year. On March J 7, the Student Gov- 
ernment Association's spring concert featured jazz 
singer Al Jarreau. Jarreau began his singing career on 
the West Coast in 1975. The following year his career 
soared as a result of his triumphal tour of Europe. 

Jarreau is best known for his vocal ingenuity. 
Possessed of a flexible and resonant voice, he carries 
scat-singing to new heights. His performance at St. 
Mary 's proved to be educational as well as entertaining. 




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SMC Baseball 





Top: Tommy Tompros makes the tag at 

second base. 

Top Right: Mike Good anticipates the 

pitch. 

Right: Gino and Mike prepare for the 

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Left: Joe Fisher gets a hit. 
Middle Left: The team comes off the field 
after congratulating Marty Harris ' home 
run. 

Middle Right: Mike Baden makes the cut- 
off throw. 

Bottom Left: Catcher Bill Chew ready s for 
the pitch. 

Bottom Right: Mike Good releases the 
pitch. 




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Spring Fair & Waterfront 
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Spring Fair and Waterfront Weekend 
was as action packed as ever. Friday kick- 
ed it off with P. G. dorm council sponsor- 
ing 25 cents for all yon could drink and 
snacks. Also, the annual lacrosse game be- 
tween the Men's and Women's teams 
proved to be very comical both on and off 
the playing field. Saturday, Spring Fair 
Day, hosted live entertainment all after- 
noon under the large circus tent. Booths 
were set up for fun and refreshment. And 
once again out on the playing field was 
lacrosse. The Men's Varsity played the 
Alumni and later the Women's Varsity 
played Varsity Soccer team. To top it off, 
later that night was the Mr. SMC contest. 
This was the men's beauty pageant which 
included the individual talents of the con- 
testants. Whether you wanted to partici- 
pate or just watch, the day was very en- 
tertaining. 

On Sunday, with blankets and baskets 
in hand, everyone moved to the Water- 
front. All afternoon was spent either 
leisurely talking, or getting into the water 
competitions in front of the boathouse. 
Then, once one person inadvertently fell 
into the water, chain reaction resulted. 

The entire weekend was a good time 
for the college before the dive into finals 
week. It was enjoyed not only by the 
students, but the faculty, alumni, and 
friends of St. Mary's. 



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THE CLASS OF '79 







SHARON AMBROSE 



KA THLEEN ANTHONY 



PAT ARMSTRONG 






MARK ARRILDT 



MA TTHEW ARRILDT 



JULIE BAALS 



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KM BALTZELL 



ALLEN BAUGHMAN 



BARBARA BEIGEL 






MARIAN BOLTON 



JUDY BULLEN 



MIKE COLLINS 






PETER COLLINS 



KEVIN CONCANNON 



DEBRA CURRO 



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JANE DOMING UEZ 




SHARON EDWARDS 





STEVE DOMOTOR 




CHARLES ENGLEHART 




JANICE FILTER 



ANN FINGLES 



CYNTHIA FISHER 



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JOE FISHER 



ROBERT FLOWERS 



ERROL FORGOSH 






LESLIE FRANCIS 



LISA FRANKENFIELD 



JOHN GILL 






KEVIN GLOVER 



LINDA GOGOLIN 



MIKE GOOD 



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DIRK GRIFFITH 




ROBER T HENNINGSEN 





HARRY HAFER 




DIANE HENRY 





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SUSAN HILBINGER 



MIKE HUDSON 



KATHRYN JACKSON 



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PEGGY LACKEY 



LEE LANGSTON 



CONRAD LAW 






ROBERT M ALLOY 



FREDERIC A MA TTHAI 



KA THR YN McG UIRE 






SHERRI McLAURIN 



TOM Mc WILLIAMS 



IANE MILLER 



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NAOMI MOHR 



ERIN MUNDAY 



DA VID OSWALD 






GEORGE PALMER 



TOM POWERS 



LEROY PRESSLEY 




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DEBORAH REGAL 



STACY ROPER 



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KENSANFORD 



TOM SETTLE 



CHRIS SEXSMITH 






CAROL SHANNON 



SUSAN STLANSKIS 



CLIF SMITH 





GEORGE SPINDLER 



DENISE STEIFEL 




DIANA STRICKLAND 



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SUSAN STRICKLAND 



THERESA SULLIVAN 



CLAUDE THOMPSON 





CAROL TIMBROOK 



LA VERNE TODD 




SANDY TURLINGTON 








SUSANNA TWIGG 



JOHN WALKER 



DONALD WATERS 



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SHERRI WATERS 



ANNE WEA VER 



MARLYN WEISMAN 






VICKI WHITE 



CINDY WILSON 



JOHN WOLLICK 





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Senior <snotes 



1. PATRICIA ARMSTRONG, "PAT" 

Social Sc; B.S.U., Volleyball, softball, flag foot- 
ball. Achievement Award. "To go into Personnel 
Management, to be a C.P.A. " 

2. MATTHEW ARRILDT, "MAT" 

Varsity Baseball, soccer. Three time NAIA First 
team All Stars, District 19, soccer. St. Mary's All 
Invitational Tournament Team. 

3. MARIAN BOLTON 

English. A. A. Dorm Council; sec, Social chair- 
man, Pres. Yearbook, Commputer Programming 
Team. 'Computer programming or some job re- 
lated to writing. " 

4. JUDYD.BULLEN 

Hum. Dev., Rod and Gun Club, Pax. Rifle and 
Pistol Club. 'To someday find my niche and to 
reach my ultimate endeavor of being happy. " 

5. HAROLD HALL CHRISTHILF, "HAL" 
Bio., Nat'l Sc, Pres. of Outdoor Club (3 yrj, 
S.G.A. rep., Gold Biology Award '79, "Double 
degree, with chemistry emphasis, then plan to go 
to California before grad school. " 

6. MICHAEL CLOVIS COLLINS, "CLOVIS" 
Varsity Basketball, Empath sports editor, 
Caroline Dorm Council. Starkist Charlie the Tuna 
Award, "Private business or Shrimp Deveiner." 

7. PETER COLLINS 

Men's soccer, lacrosse, Intermural sports, Off 
campus social director and revenue collector, 
M. V.P. Soccer Award '79, Male Athlete of the 
Year, '79. "Own a ski shop." 

8. DEBBIE CURRO 

Intermural Coordinator, Athletic Banquet 
Comm., Women's Lacrosse, Intermural Sports, 
"Make mom and dad proud of me. " 

9. STEVE DOMOTOR, "CRASH" 

Bio., ZBE, Intermural Sports, SGA Dance 
Comm. , WSMC staff, Canoe and Kayak team. "I 
hope to obtain a position in estuarine and marine 
bio., and continue in the 'rock until you drop 
tradition'. " 





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10. GWENDOLYNE E. R. DUNN, "GOLDA" 
Varsity Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis, Intermural 
Sports, Champs, 76-77, 77-78, Dancer, Costume 
design, B.S.U MVP for Basketball '76, Feamle 
Athlete of the Year '76. "To be an established 
woman of versatile lifestyles. " 

11. CHARLES ENGLEHART, "BERNIE, 
BURT, CHUCK'' 

Soc. Sc. Activities: Baseball; Team Captain, 
Intermural Sports Coordinator, Resident Assist., 
the Ucks. Awards: M.V.P. for Baseball '78, '79, 
P. I.C '77, 2nd place. Aspirations: Athletic Ad- 
ministration. 

12. JANICE L. FILTER, "JAN.JOF" 

Hum. Dev., Intermural sports, SMC Craft Guild, 
"To be happy and prosperous. " 

13. ANN MARIE FINGLES, "ANDI" 

IRHC rep., P.G Dorm Council, sec, IRHC sec, 
"Move to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, attain 
special elementary education Degree. " 



14. JOE M' FISHER, "JOEY FISH" 
Activities: Baseball Team. Aspirations: 
in the country and get by. 



To live 



15. ERROL FORGOSH, "IGGY" 
Terrorizing Club, Motor cycle Club, MG Club, 
B.D.A.A., SignStealing Club, etc. "Become 
world's best "Rock and Roll" Guitarist. 



19. JOHN WILLIAM GILL 

Biology Major. MVP, Canoe and Kayak Team, 
Captain of Canoe and Kayak Team, President of 
Canoe & Kayak Club, Canoe and Kayak 1975-79, 
Wildlife Biology Intern. Future: Grad. School (in 
Wildlife Biology) Fencing Team 1975. 

20. KEVIN L. GLOVER, "RIP" 

Guys and Dolls, College Choir, Chamber Singers, 
Christian Fellowship, Student Leader, B.S.U., 
R.A. in PG, Who's Who Among College Students, 
Tennis Team. "Plan to go into the ministry, work 
with youth.... " 




16. KenForkish, "HIP-TOAD'' 

Hum. Dev., WSMC, UFO Club. "To find Flii 
Weeyums and bronze his tennis shoes. " 

17. LESLIE ANN FRANCIS, "FRANCE" 

Soc. Sc, Yearbook Business Editor, SGA sec, 
IRHC, Swim Team, Dive Team, Intramural sports, 
Q.A. Dorm Council. "To pursue a M.A. in 
Manag., eventually to work in Business Admin.... " 



18. LISA A. FRANKENFIELD, "LIZARD, 

FRANK" 
Cheerleading, Art Club, Q.A. Dorm Council. "To 
make a living in Art, live in Kenya. " 




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21. MICHAEL E. GOOD, "REDZ" 
Activities: Basketball Team, Assist. Coach, Base- 
ball Team, intermural football. Aspirations: To 
teach and coach, or go into business. 

22. HARRY HAFER 

Music, Dramatic Productions, Jazz Ensemble, 
Wind Ensemble, Fencing, Chamber Singers, 
Chorus. "To become the best I can. " 

23. ALTHEA M. HANDY, "AL" 

SGA Treasurer, B.S.U., Exec. Council, Intramural 
sports, Governor's Youth Council, Who's Who, 
Hilda Combs Landers Award. "To be happy and 
a contributing member of the community." 



24. DANIEL HAYNOS, "ISM" 
Biology. Activities: S.G. A.; chairman of Dance 
and Concert Comm., intermural football, charter 
member of BBB, P. Frederick Rugby Club, 
Blubberhead. Aspirations: Teaching, travel, con- 
tentment.... " 



26. GERALD JOHNSTON, "JERRY" 
Biology, Philosophy. Activities: Intermural 
sports, Concert Comm. (S.G. A.), Yearbook, 
Philosophy Club, B.B.B.; Charter member, Scuba 
Club; vice pres., Blubberhead. Awards: 

Honorary member ofQ.A. 1st right. Aspirations: 
Save the world, after that, undecided!!! 

27. CHRISTINA KRAMER, 'TINA" 

College Republicans, Avatar, Christian Fellow- 
ship, Finger Eaters. "To live and breathe on a 
regular basis, work in publishing, be a leader 
among men as an officer in the Air Force. " 

28. LEE A. LANGSTON, "LOF" 

History, Cheerleading, capt., SGA Upper Class 
Q.A., Curriculum Comm., Provost Search Comm., 
Q.A. Dorm Council, Yearbook, Intramural 
Sports, Tri Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Senator J. H. 
Duff Award, '78, '79, Who's Who, Honorable 
Mention in Glamour's Top Ten College Women, 
'79. "Grad. School, eventually museum research, 
to be happy above all. " 



25. KATHY JACKSON, "ACTION" 
SGA, Q.A. Dorm Council, Intramural Sports, 
Who's Who. "A happy and successful future and 
a job as a computer programmer. " 




29. CONRAD BRIAN LAW, "BRIAN-SHOOT- 
ALOT" 

Basketball, B.S.U., R.A. "Grad. school." 

30. ROBERT M ALLOY, "BOB" 

Biology. Activities: S.G. A President, Upperclass 
Commuter Rep., Sailing. Club, Intermural foot- 
ball. Awards: Who's Who in American Colleges. 
Aspirations: Masters, Doctorate, and teach 
biology in a small college. 

31. beth Mclaughlin, "murphy" 

B.S. in Biology. Champs in Intramural Volley '76 
and '77, Women's Soccer Coordinator (Intramu- 
rals), sailing team '75-'76-'77, Men's Soccer team 
manager '78, Graduate School Major in Wildlife 
Biology. 

32. SHERRI L. McLAURIN 

Music, Cheerleading, B.S.U. sec, Choir. 'Grad 
School at Catholic Univ. or Howard in D.C" 

33. BETSY JANE MILLER, "B.J. , JANE" 

Hum. Dev., Women's Tennis Team. "To work at a 
travel agency or personnel staffing. " 

34. NA OMI A . MOHR , "Omi" 

Natural Science, R.A., Cheerleading, Who's Who, 
"To acquire a career that will keep me working and 
happy, eventually on to grad. school. " 



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35. DAVID OSWALD, 'DAVE(y-poo)'' 
Biology. Activities: Canoe and Kayak Club/Team, 
Pres., S.G.A.; Vice Pres., I.R.H.C, Dorm Council. 
Resident Assist.. Senior R. A. (Caroline). Awards: 
J. Frank Greenwell Award in curricular activities, 
IRHC Award for Student Activities, Who's Who. 
Aspirations: Grad school in Fisheries Management. 

36. GEORGE M. PALMER, "RON, TOTO" 

Soc. Set, Dorchester Dorm Council, Z.B.E., Intra- 
murals, Varsity Baseball. 

37. TOM POWERS, "TUCK'' 

Soc. Sci., Baseball Team, The Ucks, Athlete of the 
Year, '79. "To go South.... " 

38. LEROY PRESSLEY 

Music. Activities: Vice President and co-founder 
of M.E.N.C. 1977-78 President M.E.N.C. 1979, 
BSU Treasurer 2 yrs., Choir, Chamber Singers, 
Theater Productions 3 yrs.. Director and Founder 
of St. Pete Claiver Choir 3 yrs., SMCM Christian 
Fellowship 4 yrs. Awards: Outstanding Contribu- 
tion to B.S.U., Who's Who Among College Stu- 
dents (1977-78, 1978-79), Mrs. Franklin J. Green- 
well for Outstanding Male for co-curricular 
Activities (1979). Aspirations: Get M.A. & Ph.D. 
in Music, Professional Theater, perform at the 
Metropolitan Opera, get married and have 9 kids. 

39. THOMAS S. SETTLE, "TOM" 

Activities: The Way, Biblical Research and Teach- 
ing, Fencing Club. History Award, '79. Aspira- 
tions: To live with peace, to learn quietness and 
harmony, through the word of God. 

40. CHRISTINE SEXSMITH, "SEX" 

Natural Science, Cheerleading, Captain's Award 
'79, R.A., Intramurals, Environmental Protection 
Intern, "A position in Wild Life.... " 

41. SUSAN SILANSKIS 

Art. Educ, SGA sec, R.A., Senior RA in QA, In- 
tramural Sports, Who's Who '78, '79. "Teaching & 
Staying Happy. " 

42. MONTY SPINDLER 

Activities: Sailing, Canoe and Kayak, Theatre. 
Sailing Awards '79. "To be happy, healthy, sail, 
ski and have lots of money. " 



43. CLA UDE D ' THOMPSON, ' 'CL YDE ' ' 

Soc. Sc, Education. Activities: S.G.A.; underclass 
Commuter Rep., Inermural football, Chamber 
singers. Basketball manager. Resident Assist., 
Teacher Certification, Newspaper, S.S.M.C, 
Philosophy club. Aspirations: To teach, travel, and 
learn to live off the land. 

44. LA VERNE M' TODD, "TODD" 

Christian Fellowship, QA Dorm Council, Art Club, 
Poster Design for "American Dream, " Costume 
and set Design, "Sugar". Nominated for Wood- 
carving Assoc, of America, "To share Christianity 
with the world. " 

45. SANDRA K. TURLINGTON, "SANDY" 
Hum. Dev., "My aspirations are to get this degree 
in Hum. Dev. and do something worthwhile with it, 
hopefully help mentally retarded individuals. " 

46. DONALD WATERS, "DW" 

History. Activities: Varsity Swimming, Intermural 
football, softball, basketball, Yearbook Editor, 
Musical Performances: Concert '77, Spring Fair, 
regular musician at Bambino's, S.M.C snackbar. 
Awards: Mr. S.M.C. Aspirations: Work in the 
park service, possibly start a career in music 
business. 

47. SHERRIL. WATERS 

Music Educ, B.S.U., Choir, Chamber Singers, 
Who's Who, Musical Theatre Productions, "Teach 
music, pursue conducting and Ethnomusicology in 
Grad. school. " 

48. ANNE C. WEA VER 

Theatre Workshops, Philosophy Club, "Little 
Murderers," Senatorial Scholarship, "Happy flying 
the Friendly Skies. " 

49. SUSAN WRIGHT, "SUE, CORBY" 

"Will be moving to New England this summer and 
plan on pursuing my educ. in grad. school in dip- 
lomatic history. " 



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SPECIAL THANKS TO: 

Maureen Auld 
Reggie Chikar 
Michael Collins 
Jan Foster 
Michael Glaser 
Althea Handy 
Erin Jeffers 
Rob Jepson 
Gordon Kester 
Janet Knox 
Jim Lee 
John Nicholson 
Cliff Smith 
Beth Wilhelm 



I can 't begin to convey the satisfaction I feel that I was able to be part of this publica- 
tion. The gratitude I feel for all the people that helped in bringing it off is immense. It 
makes me proud to know that the students supported this book so widely. With the help of 
our advertisers and patrons, this book is a success. 

It is the intention of this book to cover as many faces and activities as possible. It's 
worth cannot be judged this year or next year, but ten years from now, when we all look 
through it again. It is an encyclopedia of our memories, and that is what it is dedicated to. 



And don't forget this is only Volume I. 



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