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■me 4, 1982 

ary's College 
of Maryland 

St. Mary's City 
Maryland 20686 



Photo donated by Frank Behegan 




TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 



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These are years to treasure 

From freshman orientation to senior year 

St. Mary's is full of special people and unusual accurances 

you'll remember the rest of your life. 



There were many things that colored our year here. Whether 
playing an intramural game, attending a play or SGA concert, 
or just going crazy on the weekend we always found a way to 

entertain ourselves. 











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As our education continues in and out of the classroom, we 
should pause to look at the unique people, happenings and 
beautiful landscape that makes up our lifestyle: Only at St. 
Mary's. 







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Human Development 




1st row: Michael L. Berger (educ). Joan Stine (p.e.). Phy//is A. Keen (educj. Fent Ferris (educ). Carol Giesen 
(Human Devj. Laraine Glidden (human deu), 2nd row: John Underwood (human deu). Alan Paskow (philj, 
Tom Weingartner (p.e.). David Finkelman (psyc). J. Ro\) Hopkins fpsycj, Johanna Bantjes (phil). Henr[j 
Rosemont. Jr. (phil). Charles Spurr (ps^/c). Missing: Anne Carson'. Joseph Dziewit'. Donna Fitzgerald'. 
David Rockinson', Irvin Smoot'. Darcex^ Warner, Karine IngersoW. Michael Ironmonger. 
(' part time faculti)) 




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Arts and Letters 




1st row: Donna Richardson (Eng). Jane Cowles (mod long). Thomas Rowe (art). Lisa Sheer (art). 2nd row: 
Jacqueline Paskow'(mod long). Hans Lofgren (eng). John Cooke (thea), Joseph Ness (art). Bruce Wilson 
(Eng). Sandra Underwood (art). Karl Harshbarger (thea). Robin Bates (Eng). Elinor Miller (mod lang). 
Missing: Paul Allman'. Julia Bates'. William Biesecker'. Walter Boswell. Brian Bowman'. Leon Buker. 
Robert Cameron. Gene Carter'. William Clamurro. Caroll DashieW. Nora Davenport'. Connie Dowell'. 
Christopher Ford'. Judith Hall. Carol Heinick'. David Heinick. Barbara Hoagland. Earl Hoffman'. Run 
Song Hu'. Jonathan Ingersoll, Mart./ Beth Kiss'. John Laughton. Jerri; Mahoney*. Karl Pence'. Michael 
Phelps. Michael Glaser. Roger Whitworth. Sharon W];rrick'. Susan Sloan'. Larrtj Vote. 
(' part time facutly) 



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Social Science 




at table L-R: John Hirschfield (Hist.). H.J. Rei^nolds. (Econ). Daniel Ingersoll (Anthro). Leo Chang 
(Poll Sci). J. Frederick Fausz (Hist). James Nickell (Hist). Gladps Kuoksa (Sociolog\^j. David Quinn 
(Hist), Dana Green (Hist). Adrienne Rosen (Hist), Herbert Winnik (Hist). Nanc\^ Smith (Pali Sci). 
standing: Ho Nguf^ien (Econ). Hampton Dauet; (Poli Sci). James J. Kennei; (Hist). Curt Ranei; 
(Sociologi;). Donald Stabile (Econ), Meluin Jackson (Hist), not pictured: L. Tomlin Stevens. 
Elizabeth Knight. Andrew Chovanes, Timmernam Daughertt;. Norton Dodge. Keith Grant. Harmon 
Haymes. James A. Kennep. Todd Morgan. John Prevas. Joseph Russell 



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Natural Science & Math 




Back row, L-R: Rosemari; Hein (Biolog^i). Bob Paul (Bio). John Echenmuller (Bio). Madeline Kreitzer 

(Chem). Susan Hillbinger (Math) Jeanne Brocavich (Math). Charles Walsh (Bio). Chris Tanner (Bio). John 
Weir (■Physicsj. Rick Sheridan (Bio). Paul Blanchette (Chem). Ernest Willoughby (Phy^sics). at table L-R: 
Robert H. Goldsmith (Chem). Walter Hatch (Bio). Elaine Szijmkowiak (Bio). Katsunori Mita (Physics). 
not pictured: Ellen Corson. James Clark. Robert Nouotni;. Brt^ant Harrell. Charles Krebs. John Schlipf. 
Richard Stark. 




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Gerd Ahrens 



Margaret-Ellen Allshouse 
Intramural football 1. 2. Resident Assistant 
3. Biologv Club 1. 2. 3: Sailing Club 1: 
Chemistry; Tutor 3. 4, Dance Concert 2. 



Janice Anderson 



Victoria Ball 

Women's Varsity Tennis Team 3: 
Women's Intramural Basketball Team 3. 
4: Women's Intramural Softball Team 4. 
Black Student Union Treasurer 4: Concert 
Choir 1. 2. 3. 4: Chamber Singers 2 



Mark Ballman 

Football 3. 4: Volleyball 3. 4. 



John Bartosiewicz 
Varsity Tennis 1. Intramural Football 1. 2. 
3. 4: I. M. Soccer 3: Econ. Bus. Club: 
Canoe/Kavak Club: 4 long years with 
great friends and great times. Long live 
the Heavy Metal Pub. Plague 1 981 
Champs, at last! Thanks and love to Mom 
and Dad. Bye. Folksl 




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Scott Bates 



Frank Behegan 

Scuba Club. Organizer Rod & Gur) Club 




Judi; Bergmeister 

Lacrosse 3. 4. Intramural Vollepball: 

Intramural Soccer: Intramural Football 



Francis Betz 

Secretary Caroline Dorm Council 2: 
President Dorm Council 3 



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Jimbo Bland III 



Dorothi; Bode 



Mari/Beth Brady 



Katherine Brown 

College Work Studv Program 1. 2. 3. 4: 
Prince George Dorm Council 2: Blood 
Bank 2. 3 



Maura Brpan 
Volleyball 1. 2 




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Marx; Ann Bury 

Treasurer of the Sailmg Club '80'81 



Susan Butt 

Women's Sailmg Team 3 



Lisa Coluzzi 



Diane Connolly 

Intramural Football: Volleyball: Coed 
Vollevball. Softball. Canoe & Kavak Club: 
Economics Club 



Sharon Crawford 
Economics/Business Club: Black Student 
Union 



Charles Darlington 



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Janice DeGraii 



Lisa DeJournette 




Kathleen Devlin 

Intramurats 1. 2. 3: SGA 3. 4: Fine Arts 
Cornm.. Cliairperson Dorm Council 1. 2. 
3. 4: Residence Life Staff 2. 3. 4. S.R.A. 
Q.A. 4: Student Rep. to Human 
Development Diuision 3, 4 



James Drummond 



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Anne Eichenmuller 



Carol Eijler 



Laura Fabian 



Kevin Fitzpatrick 



Raquel Flake 



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Don Freeman 



Patricia Froelich 

Chairman of Dance Committee 



Grace Gesswein 

Intramural Basketball 3: Intramural 

Volleiiball 4; Biologn Club. Fencing Club 



Ho//y Gibson 

Intramural Softball 1.2 — "Hipcats": 
Outdoor Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Outdoor Club 
Treasurer 2. 3 



James Haight 

SMAC II: Stalking the Wild Bamboo: 

Energizers and Metaphpsics. 



Beverly Haines 




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Donna Hannrick 

It's been tough, but it's been fun! ill miss 
SMC. Coodbve to all my friends. Keep in 
touch and Good luck in the future. I love 
liou. James! 



Jack Hartzel! 



Betty Havens 

Danced in Concert 1. 2.3.4: Treasurer of 
Economics & Business Club 3: VP of 
Economics & Business Club: Deans List 
every semester 



Albert Hawk 

Baseball 1 . 2. President Dorchester Dorm 
Council 1: SGA Senator 3: R.A. 2. 
S-P.A 3. 4. Lander's Award 3: 
Curriculum Committee 3 




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Stephanie Hawtin 

Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 4: Sports 

hformation Assistant 3. The Empath 1. 

IRHC4 



Christine Hayes 
St. Mary's Scl^olar. One of the 
Distinguished Scholar Athletes 1981: 
Varsity Tennis 2. 3. 4: Public Information 
Assistant 81-82. 



Dauid Mean 

Varsity Soccer 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramural 

Sports 



Jody Hejhall 

Cheerleading 1. Swim Team 4. Biology 

Club Treasurer 4. Intramural Sports 3. 4 



Belva Hill 

Dorm Council 2. 4: IRHC Blood Drive 2. 

3.4 




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Alice Hutcherson 



Mae Jacobs 

Men's Lacrosse Spring 1: Men's Soccer 
Fall 2, 3: Cheerleader 1 , Captain 2. 
Queen Anne Upper Class Rep 3 



Kevin Jennings 



Patricia Jones 

Varsitv Volleyball 1. 2. 3. Cocaptain 2. 3: 

Coaches Award 1: Intramural Volleyball: 

Intramural Soccer: Intramural Volleyball 

Referee 



Julieta Ketina 

Intramural Volleyball 1. 2. Intramural 

Football 1 . Intramural Baseball /Softball 2 



Debbie Kershaw 
Basketball 2. 3: Sec- of Co op 



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Timothy/ Kirkey 

Baseball 4: Ski Club: Bio/ogy Club 



Dwaiine Langston 
Tennis 3. 4. Jazz ensemble. Wind 
ensemble. Economics Business Club. 
Black Student Union. Christian Fellowship 
Activities. Intramural sports 



Denise Lerch 

Honorary Spiderwoman. Wimmin's 
Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Wimmin's Lacrosse 
3. 4: Wimmin's Volleyball 2. 3: Fun pholf 
Doubles / Singles 



Mart; Pat Marks 







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Kathleen McDonough 



Steuen McKeown 



Karen McMullen 



Kathleen McPherson 
Honor Roll 2. 3. 4. Dear)s List 2. 3. 4: 
Center for Medieval & Renaissance 
Studies. Oxford. England 3: Maryland 
General Assembly Intern 4, Dorm Council 
(QA.) 1 

Thomas Moore 

Intramural Soccer: Ski Club: Business & 
Economics Club. Canoe & Kayak Club. 
Scuba Club. Running Club 



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Martha Miners 

Black Student Union 1. 2. 3. 4: Econowic 
Club 3. 4, Prince George Residence Hall 
council 1. 2. 3: Caroline Dorm Council 4: 
Pep Club 3. 4: Yearbook Staff 1. 2. 
Intramural Coed Volleyball; Intramural 
Flag Football. Blood Driue 2. 3. 4: 
Theatre-set construction crew member' 
Deans List 2; Internship Program 4 

Dave Neuberger 

President Canoe & Ka^ak Club 1981-82: 
Canoe & Kaya/c Flatwater Racing Team 
1978-79: National Champions Fall '78: 
Virgmia Champions Spring '79: 
Windsurfing; sailing: canoe & ka^/ak 



Stace{j Roakes 

Tennis 1. 2: Lacrosse 2. 4: Treasurer 

Calvert Dorm Council 4: Intramural 

sports 



Brian O'Dai; 

SGA Junior at Large 3: Senior at Large 4. 
Empath 3: Philosophy Club 2, 3. 4: St. 
Mary's Activist Coalition 3, 4 



Edward Ormond 



L\;dia Orr 

Alumni Association Scholarship recipient 




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Gisele Paddi; 

R.A. 3: Chamber Singers 1, 2. 3. 4: Choir 

1, 2. 3: Dorrr\ Council Rep 3 



Eric Pittenger 

Vice Pres/Treas. of Film Committee: 
Dance Concert 3: Christian Fellowship, 
Choir. Chamber Singers 



Mitchel Pollak 

Economics Club. Intramural Cord. 




Scott Quinn 

Economics Club. WSMC Radio 



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James Reed 

Student Assistant Woman's Volleiibalh 
Coach Men's Volleyball: Men's Volleyball 
1. 2. 3. 4: Intramural Volleyball & 
Lacrosse: President Dorchester Dorm 
Council 2: The sun rises and the sun sets. 
This constitutes a dap- The days 
constitute life what happens one dav will 
never stop the sun from rising or setting 
Life goes on. 



Garth Re\^nolds 



Paul Richards 

Managerships: Barely able to manage 
myself. Athletic activities: Walking to class: 
Fencing. Miscellaneous Activities: Eating, 
sleeping, playing the guitar. 



Kathx; Roys 



Nicholas Ruth 

Production Manager WSMC. C & K Club 
1. 2: WSMC DJ 1.2. 3: Coffeehouse 
entertainer: Pool Lifeguard 




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Chris Schilling 



Thomas Smith 



Diane Stollntan 



John Strong 

Sailmg Club 1. 2. V.P. 2 



David Tarwater 

The Enterprise: The Empatb: Swimming 

1.2. 3. 4. Running 2. 3. 4 



Barbara Tkach 

Secretary;: Commuter Council 3. Outdoor 
Club 4 



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Peggn Tolson 



Rodney; Tompkins 

Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges & Universities 1981, Jazz Club 
President 2. 3. i 



Caroliin Triebel 



Pamela Troxell 

Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Uniuersities: Varsity Women's Lacrosse 2: 
Dorm Council Treasurer Caroline 2: VP 
Inter 'Residence Hall Council 3: President 
IHRC 4, Dean's List Fall Semester 3. 




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A/lison Turner 

Tennis 1. 2. 3. 4; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3 



Bill Wloczewski 

Volleyball. Football. SojtbaU. Swimming. 

Scuba Diving. 




Victoria White 

Student Trainer 3. 4. Black Student Union 

Council Member 3 



Michael Tindle 



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SCORE BOARD 






So 


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Trenton State 








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Galludet 








0-2 


Washington Bible 




2-0 


Kean College 








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Eastern Menenoite 


2-0 


Wilmington College 






20 


Mt. St. Marv's 


0-1 


Hood College 






2-0 


Georgetown 


0-1 


Shepard College 






2-0 


UDC 


4-5 


Dundalk Comm. Coll 






1-2 


Calludett 


: 4-0 


UDC 






3-0 


Southeastern 




3-0 
1-1 
0-1 


UMBC 

Mt. Vernon 

Va. Commonwealth 






2-0 
20 
0-2 


UMBC 




0-4 


Chatputen Newport 






20 


Catholic 




1-0 


UMBC 






0-2 


Mary Washington 




21 


Nauy 






1-1 


Salisbury St. 




00 


Morgan State 






20 


Mt. St. Mark's 




1-2 


Total 






22-11-1 


Total 




6-6-2 




Women 


's Tennis 




Women s 


Volley 


ball 


Catholic Univ. 






1-8 


Washington College 




«««5r«S 2-0 


Loyola College 






0-9 


Cecil C. Comm. Coll 
Cheynev State 3^ 
Morgan State ^P>^_j 


V 21 


Notre Dame of Bait. 
Mt. St Mary's 






81 
0-9 


UMBC 






0-9 


Norte Dame of Bah. H 


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Goucher College 






6-3 


Mary Washington 3^t 


^■iB^MT 


Trinity College 






2-7 


UDC 


20 


UDC 






6-3 


Morgan State 


2-1 


American University 
Total , 


Mens Basketball 


1-8 


Eastern Conn. 


0-2 


3-6 


Galludet 


0-2 




Eastern Menenoite 


20 




UDC 

Anne Arundel Co. Comm. 


2-0 

9.1 


Washingtbn College 
Towson State 
American U. 
UMBC 






53-70 


Mt. Vernon 




2-0 






53-68 


Mary Washington 




65-98 


Bridgewater 
Salisbury State 




56-67 


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Salisbury State 
Shenadoah 






78-84 


Mss 


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74-84 



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Cabrini 

Galludet 

Rollins 

Fla. International 

Central Florida 

Galludet 

U. of Baltimore 

Southeastern 

Merch. Marine Acad. 

Westburi; 

Mary Washington 

Salisburii State 

Catholic 

Galludet 

Southeastern 

York 

Mary Washington 

Total 



Women's Basketball 



Catholic 

Frostburg St 

Johns Hopkins 

UMBC 

Towson State 

Lynchburg 

Bowie State 

Frostburg St. 

Galludet 

Salisbury State 

UMES 

Notre Dame of Bah. 

Franklin & Marshall 

UMES 

Galludet 

Johns Hopkins 

York College 



73-74 


Mary Mount College 




95-76 


Total 




84-105 




70-88 


Mens Lacrosse 


68-83 




79-78 


William & Mary 


57-86 


Washington College 


70-79 


Ohio Wesleyan 




68-91 


Denison 




57-68 


Union 




71-73 


Plymouth St. 




80-77 


Randoph Macon 




69-66 


Salisbury St. 




37-33 


Georgetown 




62-57 


Dickenson 


64-77 


Mt. St. Mary's 


69-73 


Lynchburg 




616 


Gettysburg 






Total 




Mens Tennis 


48-50 




48-91 


Washington College 


61-51 


Loyola 


57-73 


American U. 


47-89 


Galludet 




54-59 


UDC 




5166 


Mt. St. Mary's 




64-96 


Salisbury St. 




50-51 


York College 




66-71 


UDC 


40-76 


Mary Washington 


36-76 


Total 


55-66 




50 76 




55-64 




6665 




56-75 







49-65 
216 



611 

413 

4 17 

1213 

1312 

1612 

15 7 

9-26 

144 

145 

11 17 

17-6 

12-10 

7-6 



2 7 
1-8 
0-9 
9-0 
2-7 
09 
0-9 
3-6 
36 
36 
1-9 



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Score a Goal With the Saints 




The 1981-82 soccer team had 
their best season in recent years 
with a 6-6-2 record. Thetj plained 
against several Diuision I & 11 
teams in route to the state cham- 
pionships where the\; finished sec- 
ond to Mt. St. Mar\;'s in the Diui- 
sion II and Division III playoffs. 
This year's team was anchored by 
the defense — Steve Deshler. 
Dave Hean. and goal keeper 
Jaime Gagnon. The offence was 
led by Greg Swain and mid- 
fielders Kevin Crutchfield and 
Tony Pippins. 



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Photos Courtesy of The Empath 




Back row. l-r: Coach Sweeney, 
Steue Deshler. John Enright. 
Howard Beadle. Tom Tompros. 
Dave Heart. Jaime Gagnorx. Greg 
Swain, Micket; McLaughlin. Gavin 
Lutz. Steue Spears. Joe Klein. 
Front row. l-r: Tarn Kelsei^. Bob 
Bucher. Shaun Putz. Dave Boar- 
man. Rand]/ Simmens. Kevin 
Crutchfield. Tontj Pippins. Bob 
Lichfuss. Steue Hat/es. Missing: 
Steve Fairall. 



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MENS TENNIS 




The men's tennis team had a disappointing 1981- 

82 season. The team managed to finish out the 

season, although they suffered devastating 

setbacks, including the loss of their coach Frank 

Worcester. Co-captains Jack Hartzel and Carlos 

Cora provided leadership after the unfortunate 

heart attack of their coach. The team has many 

promising players returning, including freshman 

Tom Durdock. who held the number one position 

this year. 




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WOMENS TENNIS 




The Womens tennis squad had its 
best \;ear ever (3-6). The team 
performed well despite pla\^ing a 
very difficult schedule. Coach 
Worcester's team was highlighted 
by Allison Turner. Jean Bickmeyer. 
and Chris Hays. 




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Mens Volleyball Club 



Front row. I — r. Tom 

Franks. Jack Hartzell. Pee 

Wee Reed. Bob Benson. Don 

C. Freeman. Manual Garcia. 

Back Row: Coach Schmitz. 

Chris Schilling. Pat Wood. 

John Meadowcroft. Mark 

Hollingsworth. Craig Crispell 

Missing: Craig Squire 





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The mens uollei)ball club had its best 

record in recent histori; (15-10). The 

squad was sparked btj the plai^ of 

Craig Crispell. John Meadowcroft. 

and setter Jim Reed. The club pla],>ed 

other schools as well as mens clubs in 

the area. 




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WOMENS 
VOLLEYBALL 



The womens uollepball team also had its best season 
ever with a 2211 record. The team achieved this mark 
despite injuries to Mar^/ Pat McLean. Eileen Mo\;e. 
Nanci; St. Clair, and Valieca Scott. The Saints were lead 
by Cath\j Ward. Jean W]^wotowitz. Leslie Crosb\^, and 
Cheri;ll Weaver. Next years team seems promising 
because their are no seniors on the squad. 




Front Row. t — r; Stephaine Townsend. Nanc\^ St. Clair. Jean Wywotowitz. Eileen Move. Cathv Ward. Coach Kegbough. 
Second Row: Asst. Coach Reed. Cathv Brown. Mary Pat McLean. Sue Heldt. Leslie Crosbu. Cheri/ll Weaver. Missing 
Missing: Valieca Scott. 



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The Mens Basketball Team had an up and 
down season finishing at 6-16. Lead bi; Kevin 
Hill and Smoker; Douglas, the team highlights 
the season b\^ winning 4 straight games. The 
team overcame man\; injuries during Coach 
Brijans last \/ear. 



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Lady Saints 




The 1982 womens basketball team had a 1-18 
record this \jear. Despite their record the 
team was much improved from last [jear. 

Deniese Lerch and Linda Vail lead the team 

with help from freshman Keal\^ West and 

Jean Wo\;towitz. 



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MENS LACROSSE 






Despite a poor beginning (0-4), the 
Saints finished with a winning record 
(7-6) under first-ijear coach Gavin 
Kerr. Jim Stuart and Chris Klages led 
the offense while goalie Gregg Smith 
and Most Valuable Platter Award 
Winner Wim Cassard anchored the 
defense. Midfielders Jai^ Martin. Brad 
Anderson, and Mike Linthicum. 
through hard work and determination, 
contributed to the team's overall 
success. Co-captain Jim Sharkeu. who 
was injured in the beginning of the 
season, added inspiration from the 
sidelines. 



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WOMENS 
LACROSSE 

The women's lacrosse team, despite a poor re- 
cord (1-9). performed admirabl^i during the 1981- 
82 season under first-year coach Mark Arrildt. 
Although the Saints only managed to win one 
game, they look to the future with optimism. De- 
spite the loss of seniors Mary Beth Brady. Allison 
Turner, and Denise Lerch. the returning lady 
Saints are eagerly awaiting next season. 





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Jim Houghton (most valuable 
pla]^er) led the men's 1981-82 
baseball team to their best season 
ever. Under the leadership of sen- 
iors Bill Chew. Tom Tompros. 
and Tim Kirkey, the Saints were 
able to achieve a winning record. 
There is an optimistic outlook for 
next \^ear with onl\j three placers 
leaving. 



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Mens Football: The Plague 

Womens Football: Pulliam's Packers 

Mens Vollei/ball: Return of the Schmiddlapps 

Womens Volle\;ball: The Teezers 

Coed Swimming: George Belleville 

Teh Clark 

K^ra Becker 

Brandon Hall 



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Beth Bell 
Kevin Crutchfield 
Chris Connermen 
Tom Franks 
Rick Goheen 
Rob German 
Betsi; Ladue 
Jim Laurel 
Lisa Maher 
Angie Stocksdale 
Rene Tuma 
Nathan Wilkes 




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A special note of thanks to Dave Oswald, Paula Mitchell Gail 
Raines, Chris Chilar, The Computer Center, and the beautiful 
young ladies in the SMC Post Office for all their help. 



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A special thanks to Rene Tuma, Jim Laurel, and Rob German 
for all their time in the Darkroom. 











Editor & Chief 

Tom Franks 



Asst. Ed. & Business Ed. 

Joe Knepper 



Academics 

Lisa Jerri) 

Seniors 

Traci; Gisreal 
Trac\) Ugloui 

Sports 

Steue Ha\;s 

Student Life 

June Steele .^ 

Dorms 

Cheri Daniels 
Deniese Herbstiet 



Ads 

Gail McDiffett 
Steve McQuewon 



Staff 

Debbie Dauis 
Donnie Saire 
Linda Sweet 
Ronnie White 
Alisa Gassman 



With Special Help From: 



Martha Meyers 
Karen Randall 
Eileen Baruch 
Tressa Bailv 



Sherunda Lister 
Monn Franks 
Cher\^ll Weaver 
Tina Monzello 



And an^/one else who typed copy, made 
posters, folded letters, or sold (unsuccesfully) 
Personal Ads. Chris Aleva for his many 
words of wisdom. All the RA's who identified 
hall pictures. The many people who 
proofread the proofs in the TV room in PG. 
Anyone not mentioned who helped us get 
this book done. 



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The eighth annual Frisbee Golf 
Singles Classic was held this year in 
memory of John Petruccelli. This 
year's tournament was sponsored 
by the UFO and the day was 
problem free. The long awaited day 
was a legitimate excuse to forget 
about midterms and enjoy a 
carefree Indian summer afternoon. 
Many celebrated the day by taking 
a dip in the St. John's pond or 
tramping through the swamp. 




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of St. Mary's 



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He's My Roommate 



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The Islam Sumposia were held on two consecutive 

weekends in November 1981. Distinguished 

scholars from all parts of the Moslem world were 

invited and the weekends were culturalli; educating 

for the entire college community;. 



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A Flea In Her Ear. a French Farce b^ Georges 
Fe\^deau was directed b[^ Karl Harshbargar in the 
fall of 1 981 . The three act plai^ kept the audience 
on the edge of their seats with the lively acting of 
Eddy Ormond. playing the two conflicting roles of 
Victor- Emmanuel and Poche. Others pictured 
here are Elizabeth Gardner. Greg Lockwood. 
Karen Randall. Jason Godfrey. Joe deSousa. Jack 
Lynch. Jeanne Howe, and Greg Phillips. 





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Hall (Bottom) 
Second Left Prince 
George (Left) Third 
Left Dorchester 
(Below) Third Right 
Prince George 
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Right Queen Anne. 




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Whether it is feeding the ducks, watching 

basebaU. windsurfing, frisbee-golfing. or sunning 

on the spacious balcon]; of Queen Anne. Spring 

alwa\;s brings out the best in everyone at St. 

Mary's. 




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enjox^ed a uarietx; of activities including pies in 
the face, water balloons, and wud wrestling. The 
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QUEEN ANNE 



FIRST RIGHT First Row: Jennv Godfrey/. Stephanie 
Townsend. Carole Hodsdon. Pam Barniger. Bobbye 
Rucker, Second Row: Cath\; Reed, Jennifer Abrecht. 
Cindv Norris. Sandi Maddox. Third Row: Janine Pratt. 
Lisa Fraileii. Sam Herbert. Nina Diana. Joan DeArcan- 
gelis. 




FIRST LEFT First Row: (top l-r) Gabe Leenas. Betsy Ladue. Janice DeGray. Laurel Tringali. 
Lucp White. Middle Row: Michelle Paris. Sarah Parkinson. Nanct; Morrison. Karen Borger. 
Kath^i Brown. Allison Arp. Front Row: Robi^n Barraclough. Joan Race. Tina Monzeglio. Leah 
Doran. Lisa Lerner, Kelly Jenkins, Jenny Murphy. Laurel Amon. 



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SECOND RIGHT First row: Leslie Kekey. 
Nancv Martb, Ellie McNichol, IVendy Haw 
kins, Sharon Orszula. Denise Hebstreit, 
Ann Bowie. Second Row: Paula Rusko. 
Am^i Patrick. Diane Connolli/. Stacie 
Cross. Jill Flanagan. Patti Hustis. Diane 
Wheatlev. Kirn Knight. Third Row: Karen 
McMullen. Joe Casey. Jacquie Rodgers 
Kendra Yound. Justine Ouapey. Liz Scan 
Ian. Marsha White. Michelle Kozlowski 
Hope Hardi;. Fourth Row: Becki^ Guthrie 
Kim McGouer. Terra Heme. Missing: Jen 
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SECOND LEFT First Row: Sue Murphi;. Peggy Sulchousky. Kathy McAfee Second Row: Leslie Mathis. Chris Hayes. Missy 
Krebs. Linda Sweet Third Row: Maura Bryan. Kathy Hughes. Denise Canter. Pain McAdams. Tanimy Dillon. Connie Kite. 
Mary Anne Bury. Missing: Nancy Gordon. Shelly Palmer. Susan Shipley. Nancy Griffin. Lisa Purneli Dordie Bode. Terrie 
Gray, Caria Kasun, Laura Simon, Sheila Cooney, Lori Watts. 



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THIRD RIGHT Bottom Row (/-rj Chris 

Judge. Marp Pat Maclean. Renee 

Rosenwald. Debbie Kershaw. Carlo Fiata. 

Kara Cipro. Second Row: Go^le Hart. Coth^/ 

Gregorie. Lisa York. Marianne Grosse^i. Lori 

Pike. Nanc\; St. C\;r. Diane Stohlman. Third 

Row: Cheryl Weauer. Julie Dukkonp. Allison 

Jones. Terri Clarke. Ginn^i Atkins. Fourth 

Row: Kathv Garrett. Kate Ransone. Krista 

Walters. Julie Miller. Missing: Michele 

Mitchell. Karen Ward. 



THIRD CENTER First Row: Caroline Wheal. 

Murielee (Moe) Greig. Vicki White. Kris Hart. 

Bethany Brooks. Christine Chon. Second 

Row: Edi Bryant. Polly Weber. Michelle 

Lavery. Beth Paxson. Lisa Trapani, Becky 

Seagle. Sandy Graham. June Steele. Third 

Row: Kathy Filbey. Tricia Ecklund. Karen 

VonNessen. Ann Bronzert. Kristin Sneed. 

Barbara Tkach Missing: Mary Ellen Wendell. 

Margan Dibble, Leslie Cosby. Kim Haruell. 

Sheryl Presby 



THIRD LEFT Floor: Susan Proctor. Fran 

O'Brien. Teri Fiori, Rhonda Mumson. May 

Weingartner. First Row Vicki Daniels. Chrei 

Daniels. Gina Guijfreda. Liza Grazioili. Judi 

Jackson. Laura Kresse, Tracey Brady 

Second Row: Cece Picard. Kathy Lawrence. 

Gwen Lesh. Kathy Roeder. Beth Bell. Nina 

Shanks. Marilee Durst. Rae Keegan. Not 

Shown: Mae Jacobs. Kealy West. Carlo 

Berard. 




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F/RST R/GHT: First Row: Kemn 
Simmons. Josh Kaufman. John 
Feits. Scott Williams. Billi; Hoyl. 
Bob Bucher. Greg Lockwood. 
Dufjy Alberty. Second Row: 
Mike Nevas. Leo Pylipec. Greg 
Swain. Dave Gaudy. Jack 
Shaeffer. Mike McKeown. 
Booker. Wim Cassard. Raynard 
Jones. 




FIRST LEFT: First Row: Daue Watts. Keith Sappington. Bam Kennedy. Marc 
Hollingsworth. Second Row: Mike Curry. Bill Ziegler. Mike Durham. Tom Paper, James 
Walker. Nick Krawzyk. Missing: Jack Lynch. Earl Chambers. Lance Lewand. Mark 
Allen. James Hawks. John Marc Porson. Nathan Dewey, Kenneth Langher, Marc 
Heitersen. Michael Neuens. Andrew Church. Aruel Kiah- 



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SECOND RIGHT Jimbo Facher. Brandon 

Hall. Tom Jan^eson. Geoff Funk. Mike 

Nickerson. Wilbert Leonard. Bo Babendreier. 

Lou Manganiello. Craig Squier. Bruce 

Rhodes. Ian Kaufman. Chris Savage. Steue 

Hall, Chris Connerman. Joe Battaglia. Joe 

Vivier. Bob Trumese. Missing: Steve 

Altenberg. Paul Richard. Joe Della-Barba. 



SECOND LEFT First Row: Mark Stine. Mark 

Garner. Chuck Herple. Pete Scherzer. 

Second Row: Tom Tomprose. Ed Cox 

Third Row: Pat Co^ne. And]; Bass. Justin 

Vic. Scott Quinn. Glen Barrie. Butch Linde. 

Fourth Row: Dave Clayton. Dan^l Calvaro. 

Bill Hauver. Dave Schmidt. Tom Truitt, Tim 

Kirkey. Tom Kelsey. Dave Boarman. Tom 

Durdock. Missing: Ed McGlynn. Ernest 

Spriggs. Phil Murry. Tom Moyer. Eric Idhe. 




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THIRD LEFT Front Row: Gauin Lutz, Mike Nichols. Clijfi; Stevens. George Gunther. 
Second Row: Ed Pinder. Jerry Valentine. John Silke. Mike Sharp. Third Row: Ed 
Kercheual. Rober blickalus. Shawn Putz. Walter Caldwell. Eugene McCandless. Mike 
Luuem. Fourth Row: Ira Shoreen. Bill Hinkle, Pat Provost. Jesse Magee. Howard 
Beedle. Asa Worthi.>. Greg Kerns. Torn Morns, Gary Spongier. Missing: Thomas Robert 
Truman. 



THIRD RIGHT First: Joe 
DeSousa. Oris Gordenhau. Jamie 
Gagnon. Glen Pinder. Second 
Row: Bart Meyer. Gregg Smith. 
George Guiddo. Third Row: 
Dave Jones. Mike Noonan. Bill 
Herfel. Bob Green. Jimmy 
Stewart. Fourth Row: Bill Chew. 
Robert Grove. Donny 
McDougal. Chris Petchel. 



THIRD CENTER (Kneeling) 
Kevin Heinicke. Mike Sharp. 
Left to right (front row) Richard 
Stevens. Paul Blum. Pat Gauin. 
Keith Parr. James Richard. Jack 
Hartzell. Pat Wood. Bob 
Knoppe. Second Row: Tom 
Clagget. John Rouse. Donsie 
Freeman. George Gunther. 
Terrence Griffin. Not Pictured: 
Jerald Van Winter. Richard 
Krolack. Jim Reed. Stuart 
McHenry. Tom Smith. Dave 
Parris. Ray Leone. Scott 
Stockwell. Dennis Shannon. 
Mark Wilson. 



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CAROLINE 



FIRST RIGHT Front Row: Dave Hean. Cathv GrauHn. 
Jennie Sn)ith. Monique LaFlamme. Second Row: Anne 
Mattson. Anne Furstenau. Donna Hamrick. Mary 
Brown. Third Row: Sharon Pailen. Kit Ho<;le. Fourth 
Row: Nina Smellowsk)^. Andrea Koutras. Kathp Marks, 
Robert Groue. Stacv Walsh. Missing: Jenise Mackillican. 
Diana Mason. Cari Wright. Tina Blake. Terri Carwile. 
Jennifer Warren. Linda Barnum. 




FIRST LEFT Lving — Peter Qwn. (l-r) Andv Brown. 
Toni^ Pippins. Tom Bullock. Mike Calhon. Second Row: 
Richard Trippe. Tim Meurrer. Ted Daniels. Jack Elli- 
son. Bob Hammond. Jack Carter. Ward Shortridge. 
Third Row: Mark Leonard. Martin Currij. George Tay- 
lor. Brad Stephens. Dave Hean. Missing: Kevin Crutch- 
field. Bryan Sour. Robert Jones. Chu Chong. Brian 
O'Day. 




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SECOND RIGHT (lr> First Row: Scott Phoebus. Jim King. Michael Hentgen. Mike Moore. Joe 
Beger]wald. Jeff Uhlenberger. Jeff Kennedy. Stephan Miller. Mike Sar]hi. Second Row: Mac Perry. 
Chris Alleva. Tim Murph^i. Tom Needell. Third Row: Alex Stout. Nick Ruth. Curvis Davis. Blake 
Cramer il-43.CDAF). Karl Lewis. Not Shown: Tony Landston. Bruce Color. Dan Orban. Ed 
Richardson. Damian Woods. 




SECOND LEFT (bottom to top/l-r) Aaron Prather. John McDearmon. Lenny Harper. Mike 
Merashoff. Jeffrey Mackall. Harry Anderson (2nd right). Shawn McCaruey. David Smith. Dan 
Seledee. Jim Agenbroad. Mike Ayers. George Belluille. Steve Patajelds. Curtis Jackson. Eric 
Fransoi. Andy Leferre. Lou Conrad. Jay Paruelli. Chris Klagis. Rich Willis. Bill White. Barkley 
Lloyd. Chu Rut. Bill Wloczewski. Eric Pittenger. Rich Goheen. Doug Simon. Paul Mychalus. Joe 
Bergmeisler. Missing. Rodney Tomp/cins, Donald Allen. 





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Row: Carta Mouser. Jean Bickmei^er. 
Nancv Elwood. Beth Junghans. Second 
Row: Terry Borgerding. Judy Bergmeis- 
ter. Tracy Brown. Third Row: Naita 
Wimbush. Patty Jones. Karen Smith. 
Helene Maynihan. Robin Steed. Veroni- 
ca White. Fourth Row: Linda Vail. 
Jeanne Waytowitz. Pree Ann Johnson. 
Helene Ryan. Carolyn Cline. Not Pic- 
tured: Mary Seng. Pamela Johnson. 
Cary Loker. Sharon Erdly. Karen Car- 
penter. Meg Deen. Heather Hoffsom- 
mer. Peggy Bauerman. 

THIRD CENTER (top to bottom/l-rj 
(back row) Gemma Warwick. Kathy 
White. Susan Kohne. Sharon Crawford. 
Julie Burnis. Jan Jancie Anderson. 
Kathy Rous. Middle Row: Beth Appier. 
Melanie Lewis. Front Row: Patti Olson. 
Laurena Holmes. Michelle Johnson. Le- 
uena Ward, Kirsten Urtz. Ellen New. 
Donna Travis. Missing: Dawn Robert- 
son, Pamela Zappone. Paige Hughes. 
Michelle Caputo. Mary White. Tracy 
King. Sandy Papandith. Bonnie Flani- 
gen. Tera Gray. 




THIRD LEFT (l-r/ top to bottom) First Row: Denise Lerch. Mary Chris Devlin. Kathy 
McDonah. Eileen Moye. Brenda Robinson. Sonny Henry. Second Row: Lisa 
Meagher. Lisa Ossie. Nadine Kaslelan. Jennifer West. Kathy Brant. Alex Thorn. 
Third Row: Ingrid Warner. Mary Grace Brown. Laura Harbeson. Not Shown: 
Debbie Peoples. Lavonne Wellman. Joan Rugh. Beth Ward. Joy Langley. Paula 
Empey. Linda Callahan. 



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Prince George 




FIRST RIGHT First Row Craig 
Holcomb. Greg Montague. David 
Choat, Curhan Demirkan. Bernie 
Bidwick. Jamie Barber. Second 
Row Mark Robei^. Steve Krahling. 
Kevin Foster. Roy Retinoids, Bill 
Dai^, Ron Orlando. Third Row: 
Joe Szi/mansh. Charlie Hancock. 
Carl /Anthony, Frank Heal^. 
Andii Mvchalus. Paul Baba. Jim 
Hawks. Missing: Jon Weaver. 
Austin Weiss. Tom Moore. Gurth 
Retinoids. Bill Pevey. Warren 
Strobel. Ron Burke. And^/ Chip- 
man, Brad Anderson. Ton^i 
Burns. Ed Fl^inn. 




FIRST LEFT Bob Greene. Phil 
Ownes. Mike Alger. Manual Gar- 
cia. Chris Hujjey. Edgar Johnson. 
Bob Coffey. Grumpy; Harvei;. 
Tom Bell. Mark Priterson. Kevin 
Scott. Jat; Bartosiewicz. Bob 
Jones. TK. Stonehead. Dave 
McDonough. Mike Tindle. Not 
Shown: Mitch Pollock. Davtd Pa- 
cione. Cliff Hauver. Carols 
Corno. 



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SECOND LEFT Front Row: Donald 
Saire. Kris Riegert. Second Row: 
Marp Cavenogh. Beth Denton. Pam 
Could, Colleen Corbec. Kathy Ro- 
senbaum. Linda McNish. Third Row. 
Liz Nelson, Susan Jackman, Shari 
Van Houten, Karen Randall, Angle 
Simmons, Anne Harter. Liz Lowell. 
Belua Hill. Marie Fertinella. Fourth 
Row: Rita Hendrickson. Laura R];an. 
Lisa Gassman, Carol Loman, Sue 
Boi)le, Diane Linguadoca, Pam 
Cook Fifth Row: Kirbii King, Chris 
Peirelli. Missing: Cind\/ Spongier. 
Joani Biro, Lisa Milne, Nitsa Stamou- 
lis. 



SECOND RIGHT Front: Steue Hays. First Row: Tom 
Franks. Donald Saire, Oliver Dove, Joe Knepper, Scott 
Radnor. Second Row: Mark Lombardo, Craig Crispell, 
Rita Hendrickson, John Meadowcraft, Jim Mullens. 
Mark Hollingsworth, John Zeyg/er. Thrd Row: Chris 
Carter. Phil Kepner. Paul Day. Frank Behegan. Todd 
Main. Gerd Aherns. Chris Murchake. Missing: Ray Al 
verz. Geoff Gootar. Greg Rodrequiz. Steve Fariall. Ke- 
vin Hill, Clifton Douglas. Smoke. Bobby Lea. 




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THIRD RIGHT (top row/l-rl 
Karen Thomas, Melanie Ste 
phens. Lisa Smith, Judy Col- 
leib, Andy Capalaces, Leslie 
Quinn. Second Row: Carrie 
Powanda. Jackie Samuda, 
Mary Pat Marks. Tina Wie 
gand. Chris Lively. Front Row: 
Kathy McLauglon. Colleen 
Hickey. Kim Bonnetti. Kaye 
Graham. Beu Haines. Not 
Shown: Annette Bailey (Net- 
sie), Beth Barkley. Karen Mun- 
die. Janice Buswell. Andrea 
Stolank. Kyra Becker, Beth 
Ason. 

THIRD CENTER Front Row: 
Tracy Cisreal. Gail McDiffett, 
Mary Qeth Bomgardner, 
Cathy Ward. Middle Row Lisa 
Jerry. Tawnya Israel. Sue 
Schidt, Laura McCready. Pen- 
ny Beall. Mary Kate Covin, 
Back Row: Terry Hawkin- 
berry. Karen Overbeck. Gigi 
Jones. Sharon Gamble. Patti 
Quade Missing: Stacey Tops- 
cott. Lynne Hall. Sarah Han- 
seche. Donna McCauley. Ma- 
rie Gutches. Laura Knox. Lin- 
da Tusing. Chris Graffundei. 



THIRD LEFT (LR/kneeling) 
First Row: Meg Anderson. Erin 
McCurley. Sarah Doctor. An- 
drea Tasi, Stacey Taspscott, 
Mary Beth Brady. Second 
Row: Patti Froelich. Eileen Ba- 
boon. Carlo Mouser land 
bear). Mary Kate Gavin. Kath- 
leen Callan and pet penguins. 
Leslie Moron. Grouer, Angus. 
Larie Benson. Third Row — 
hot dog crew: Dee Coon. 
Sandy Pillard. (hiding) Helen 
Solyer. Martha "Hollywood" 
Spaulding. Fourth Row: Trish 
Collins. Sue Heldt. Amy San- 
tos. Lisa Daneff. Not Shown: 
Chris Schmitz, Roofie and 
Wendles. Leslie Quinn. Jane 
Gehring. Kathy Smith. 






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PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur B. Lanier 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Penoth 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Murphy; 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Rosenbaum 

Norman F. McCenei/ 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pippins 

Dr. and Mrs. Dale Wl Parrish 

Doroth]^ Truman-Repman 

James Agamaite 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkes 

Mrs. and Mrs. Alfred A. Hall. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ra^^mond Hebstreit 

Thomas P. Morris 

Vernon and Ruth McCaulei; 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Pittenger. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. L B. Thackwrai; 

Monfy D. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Neil Spangler 

Mr. and Mrs. Nazzerino Coluzzi. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sulkouski; 

K. A. Thorn 

Thomas A. Lavelle 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Orban. Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Iruin L. Kohne 

Mrs. Lucille White 

James C. Ballantine 

Mr. Ed Baruch 

Frank Health and Ami; Healy 

Mrs. John Gould 

Roi; S. Johnson 

Dr. David M. Denton 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Currey, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Stanton K. Calhoun 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthoni; L. Neues 

Mr. and Mrs. Ra^/mond Langston 

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Cavanaugh 

Robert C. Loman 

Mr. and Mrs. John Benson 

Frank M. Behegan 



Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Moran 

William H. Lunc]; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ferrara 

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Haines 

William F. Holcomb 

Angelo and Edith Caputo 

Mr. and Mrs. Jennings G. Curr]; 

Albert J. Guiffreda 

Mr. and Mrs. Shellie Miley. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Gibson 

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall White 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Valentine 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jerri; 

Mrs. Barbara S. King 

Mr. and Mrs. Dauid H. Hollis 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Darlington 

Mrs. Robert Shiplei; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Murphy 

Charles and Ann Gardenhour 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. McNickle 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Cameron 

Robert C. Junghans 




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Belua A. Hill 

James F. McGaruei; 

Mrs. Charels H. Howe. Jr. 

Peter L. Walsh 

Robert Whitman 

Lori McKenne]^ 

Alan H. Wendel 

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Begenwald 

Mrs. P. J. Stevens 
Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Daniel. Sr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Peter Angelas 

Dr. and Mrs. Elmer G. Worthier; 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mattson 

Jim Sharkep 

Mr. and Mrs. Reid Fauntlerop 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jarvis 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent dep Gisriel 

Paul C. Harbeson 

Ron and Cath\; Putz 

Mrs. Douglas C Murra\^ 

Dr. and Mrs. Harold A. Peue^ 

Bruce and Loyce Bowen 

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Knepper. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Orlando 

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Knepper. Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Da[j 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. McDonough 

Cl\;de and the girls 

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Editors Page 



What does one write on the editors page? I could thank Paula Mitchel. Dave Oswald, and the PIO darkroom 
staff plus thousands of others who helped us through the year but I don't think that is quite appropriate. I 
wish that you. the reader, will keep this book for a very long while because it contains a years full of 
memories. A good yearbook is not read once in September and then placed on the shelf next to the Dr. 
Seous books, but should be read periodically and each successive time it is read it provides new meaning. If 
this edition of the Dove achieves this then it is worth all the hours I worked (months) and all the hours my 
staff worked (years). 

This book had its share of problems. Picture shortages, late nights in the yearbook office the night before 
a deadline, and all those times we sat at dinner trying to sell those damn personal ads. I must thank my staff 
now. They probably don 't realize how much I appreciate them. They never walked out on me when I asked 
them to take pictures NOW or continuously nagged them about little things. They are truley super. Well now 
that you are at the end of the book read it again backwards. Enjoy please. 

Tom Franks, editor-in-chief 



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