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THE DOVE 1984 





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The Dove 

Volume 6, 1984 



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St. Mary's College 
of Maryland 

St. Mary's City 
Maryland 20686 



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In your vision of the world is 
the image of yourself. 





WATERFRONT 



Upper left: Beth Bigley. 
Upper right: Andrew Young. 
Lower left: Spam? 
Lower center: Jennifer Ferguson. 




A Day At The 
Waterfront 



Upper Right: Jeff Kennedy, Tim Murphy. 
Lower Right; Tim Smith. 





St. Mary's Style 






Upper left: Kirsfen Stiener, Kathy Barefield, 

Sue Young. 

Upper center: Pat O'Brien. 

Middle left: Bob Philips, Bill Ziegler, Kevin 

Younger, Robbie Heaps, and David Bowen. 

Middle right: Barry Drake "Coffeehouse." 

Lower left: Marsha White. 



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"I get by a little help from my friends/' 



Upper left: Phil Johnston, Wim Cassard, 
Sandy Duff. 

Upper right: Beth Oxnard, Sharon Smith. 
Lower left: Steve Halley, Keith Parr. 
Lower middle: David Victor, Ken Der. 
Lower right: Maureen Monetti, Lisa Scan- 
Ion. 





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Upper left: Joan Race. Gabe Leenas. 

Upper right; Smile for that camera! 

Middle right: Heather Russell, Mary Beth Bom- 

gardrier, Carole Burton 

Lower left: Eileen Baruch, Jenny Harford. 

Lower right: Donna Russell, Sarabeth Whed- 

bee. 





Familiar Faces at SMC 



Upper left: Pat Wood. 
Upper right: Scott Stockwell 
Lower left: Eric Bernhardt. 
Lower right: Noreen Rand. 





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"Faces to good to leave out" 

Upper left: Connie LeCriddle, Upper right: Mike Ironmonger. 
Lower left: Bob Philips, Lower right: Joe Battaglia. 



Opposite page: 
Upper left: Bill Berger. 
Upper right: Geoff Funk. 
Middle right: Roy Johnson. 
Lower left: Sam Herbert. 
Lower right: Chris Holt. 




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Halloween 
Memories 



Upper left: Mike Wilson, Jimmy Dunn, Sean O'Hara, Scott Weaver. 

Upper right; Blair Osborn. 

Lower right: Dave Riegel, John Spinnicchia. 

Lower center: Bo Babendrier. 

Lower left: Scott Stockwell. 






Upper left; Eileen Baruch, Jenny Harford, Paul Day. 

Upper right: Kevin Flanders, Bob Seeger, Sue Landreth. 

Loser left: John Enright, Kathy Amick. 

Lower right: Karen Borger, AUyson Hoffman, Gwen Smith, Kel- 

ley Quirk. 




ST. MARY'S 

COLLEGE 

OF MARYLAND 

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When asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, a college freshman 
once said, "a senior." Four years later, that freshman was finally a St. 
Mary's College senior. What went into being able to walk across the 
stage? 

-surviving 8 frisbee golf weekends 

-numerous afternoons spent on the water instead of in class 

-unexpected "swimming lessons" in St. John's Pond 

-forgetting to set the alarm clock 

-sleeping through the alarm clock 

-mastering the fine art of essay B.S. 

-sunny afternoons on the point 

-dropping classes at the last minute 

-muddling through a new alcohol policy 

-meeting challenges 

-last minute typing 

-waiting in line for "fine dining room cuisine" 

-late night munchie runs to Poor Boys 

-listening to monotone instructors 

-The Green Door 

-and even a little bit of studying 
I wonder what he wants to be when he grows up. 





Daniel Albert! 

Donald Allen 

Margaret Andrews 



Janet Andrews 

Elizabeth Attias 

Justin Babendreir 



Bryan Barge 
Joeseph Battaglia 
George Belleville 



Bernard P. Bidwick 

Janice Biswell 

Mary Bomgardner 




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David B. Bowen 
Mary E. Brown 
Mary G. Brown 



Janice Buswell 

Bill Shirley being himself. 



Denise Canter 



Terri Carwile 
Chu Chung Chang 
Chu Rui Chang 



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Constance Corcoran 

Senior Mark Lombardo and 
Junior Gail McDiffett study 
together in the computer 
room. 



Karin Corea 



Carlos Coro 

Margaret Davis 

Elizabeth Denton 



Mary Denton 

Christine Devlin 

Julie Dukkony 




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Paul Elkamp 
John Enright 
David Flood 



Stuart Foote 
Thomas Franks 
Geoff Funk 



Sharon Gamble 

Brian Barge does his rendition 
of O. J. Simpson. 



Kathleen Garrett 



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Robert Germann 
Tracy Gisriel 
Tracey Gofus 



Kaye Graham 

Don Allen having too much 
fun. 



Sandra Graham 



Tera Gray 

Teresa Gray 

Marie L. Gutches 



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Kimberly Harveil 
Rita Hendrickson 
William Herfel 



Colleen Hickey 

Mully studying the alcohol 
policy. 



Heather Hoffsommer 



Douglas Imig 
Thomas Jameson 
Kelly Jenkins 



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Julee Johnson 
Pree Johnson 
Allison Jones 



Joann Jones 

Robert E. Jones 

Simone Kiere 



Robert Knopp 

Andy LeFevre getting down to 
earth. 



Michelle Kozlowski 




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Sue Landreth 

Bob Jones enjoys a sunny 
weekend at the waterfront. 



James Laurel 



Michelle Lavery 
Gabrielle Leenas 
Andre LeFevre 



Lance Lewand 
R. Karl Lewis 
John D. Lindt 



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Mark Lombardo 
Thomas Loughran 
Louis Manganiello 



Anne Mattson 

Jason Godfrey and Connie 
Thornley in "lolanthe. " 



Lorena Mauricci 



Kathy McAffe 

Donna McCauley 

Erin McCurley 



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Jean McMahon 
Richard Meinhardt 
James Mullen 



Kim Murray 
Blaire Osborn 
Karen Overbeck 



Mary Owen 
Richard Painter 
Joan M. Race 



Karen Randall 
Joseph Raspa 
Sheridan Reaver 



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Ellen Richardson 

Jeff Uhlenberg returns for his 
senior year after a summer of 
windsurfing. 



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Jacqueline Samuda 



Chris Savage 

Elizabeth Scanlon 

David Schmitt 



Christine Schmitz 

Rebecca J. Seagle 

Robert Seeger 




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William Shirley 
Ira Shorter 
Shannon Siegert 



Laura Simon 
Valerie K. Simpson 
Gregg Smith 



Jennifer Smith 

Bob Seeger and Sue Landreth 
show off their Halloween cos- 
tumes 



Kathleen Smith 



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Gary J. Spangler 

Mary Stakem 

Nitsa Stamoulis 



June Steele 

Scott Weaver takes his taran- 
tula for a walk. 



Richard Stevens 



Scott A. Stockwell 

James Stuart 

Darlene Szn\er 




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Joseph H. Szymanski 
Karen Thomas 
Alexandra Thorn 



Lisa Trapani 

Bill Herfel and his machine. 



Donna Travis 



Laurel Tringali 
Thomas Truman 
Edward Tschann 



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Robert Turnau 

Jerry Valentine 

Brian Walsh 



Krista Walters 

Beth Ward 

Cathy Ward 



Scott Weaver 

Mary Ellen Wendel 

Mary White 



Veronica White 
Barbara Wilson 
Michael Wilson 



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Loretta Womer 
Patrick Wood 
Kendra Young 



Alex Stout, Tim Murphy, and 
Jeff Kennedy model the wet 
look. 



Jim Laurel and Karin Corea on the 
other side of the camera for a 
change. 



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DORMS 






What's the combo? Where's the key? 

Who's this stranger who'll be living with me? 

We're sharing a double and what have we got? 

Two stereos, two popcorn poppers — what have we not? 

A carpet, a frige, a turntable . . . alot! 

Thirty people on a hall sharing their lives, 

and the only way to escape are the Green Door type dives. 

Too many people, two showers, one phone, 

shouts of "turn down the music!". Leave me alone!" 

Problems arise, but there are many good times, too. 

Party in Sin City; they're a motley crew. 

All the halls are quiet, where's everyone gone? 

The dance, the farmhouse, or out on the lawn . . . 

possibly on the beach, maybe in town, 

perhaps on a windsurfer trying not to fall down. 

The time will go by while friendships become strong. 

One day we will graduate (after so long). 

We'll leave the dorm life, but wherever we roam, 

we can remember St. Mary's College as our home. 

Susu. 





Caroline 



First Left 

Rich Trippe, Sean Carey, Jim Gras- 
sey. Bob Hammond, Andy Brown, 
Chris Standing, Mike Calhoun, 
Tom Bulhack, Gino Mauricci, 
Mike Hentgen, Mike Lorenzini, 
Brad Stephens, Bill Holm, Keith 
Gardner, Andy McGinty, Dave 
Jones, Dave Parris, Kevin Bloom, 
Mark Leonard, Bill Hauver, Tim 
Holt, Mike Perez, Pete Fang, Mar- 
tin Curry. 




First Right 

Kirsten Steiner, Allison O'Day, 
Lisa Boyle, Madeline Wright. Con- 
nie Coreoran, Kim Shearin, Delani 
Cashion, Beverly Redman, Julie 
Burk, Laurie Conroy. Anne Matt- 
son, Kelly Jenkins, Vikki Jale, Beth 
Miller, Mary Johnson. 




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Caroline 







Second Left 

Bill Herfel. Chiu Rui Chang, Ken 
Lorenzen, Kirk Wilbourne, Marc 
Hollingswroth, Jill Brobst. John 
Schwirian, Wes Turner, George 
Belleville, Larry Stevens, Steve 
Plugge. Chris Klages, Joe Hud, 
Paul Mychalus, Robert Borland, 
Doug Simon, Rick Goheen, Roy 
Johnson, John Pfister, Dwyane 
Wigglesworth, Josh Ahrenberg, 
Justin McFadden. 




Second Right 

Tom Moyer, Roby Fields, Jeff 
Mackall, Jay Powell, Stephan Mill- 
er, Tim Murphy. Tim Howie, 
Dwayne Wigglesworth, Barb 
Hornberger (RD), Nick Krawczyk, 
Jeff Uhlenberg, Pat Jameson, Scott 
Phoebus, Mike Santini, Rich Pam- 
pillonia. Million Danneker, Goef- 
frey Batchelder, "Peggy", James 
Eliasson. Not Pictured: Harry An- 
derson, Mark Munson, Brian Jaur, 
Pat Kenney, Mark Thompson. 



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Caroline 



Third Left ■ 



Jody Kelliher. Kathy Inglisa, Cry- 
stal Walker, Amy Roberts, Martha 
Flach, Amy Patrick, Gail McDif- 
fett, Tracy Gisriel. Julie Benas 
(doll), Kathi O'Brien, Jennifer 
Bucher, Becky Culbert, Suzy Kel- 
ley, Judy Horner. Gretchen Eber- 
hard, Christina Painter, Shawn 
Mcintosh. Not Pictured: Annette 
Mallory, Beth Appier, Paige 
Hughes, Kelly Boyle, Kathi Pren- 
aki, Kathy Rhein, Darlene Van 
Gaasbeck. 



Thrid Center 

Tera Gray, Sharon Smith, Mary 
Brown, Peggy Bordon, Brenda Rob- 
inson. Karen Overbeck, Cindy 
Wendling. Diana Intlekofer, Kara 
Miley, Carolyn Louviere, Sheri 
Eynck. Nancy Kasner, Kirsten 
Urtz, Kathy White, Jeane Zitzer. 
Not Pictured: Kelly Maratta, Kim 
Garrey, Lianne Randall, Sarah 
Klages, Kelly Gilbert, Leila 
Sharma, Jennie Mahoney, Mimi 
Vitek, Sandy Maddox. 



Thrid Right 

Cinde Dobson, Kim Levy, Susie 
Bennet, Sue Parrow, Lisa Boykin, 
Beth Oxnard, Lindley Corcorcan, 
Polly Weber, Cristin Ackerly, Pen- 
ny Holland. Natalie Smart, Pam 
McCawley, Debbie Peoples, Kris- 
tin Chapman, Lily Ordway, Dorris 
Miklitz. 




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Prince George 





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First Left 



(in Canoe) Tom Alexander, Doug 
"the slug" Marshall, Dave McDon- 
ough, Tom "T.K." Kingston, Karin 
Corea, Bill Barnhart, Richard Palm- 
er, Tom Bell, Ed Flynn, Hannes Ru- 
derstaller, Phil Owens, Bob Jones, 
Dave Piatt, Steve Binko, Ron 
McMorrow, Todd Purring, Greg 
Zeigler, Sean Godfrey, Brian Usher, 
Tim "Spam" Smith, Bill Shirley, 
Not Pictured: Mike Nickerson. 

Hey, Tom, Dave and Todd, where 
are you going with those Canoes? 



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Prince George 

First Right ^f^ ^, f| 

Roy Reynolds, Shawn McGarvey. 
Greg Montague, Brad Kaiman, 
Paul Baba, Pat O'Brien, Dave 
"Drunk" Walter. "Fascist" Dave 
King, Mike White, Paul Day, Ke- 
vin Foster, Joe Szymanski, Stu 
Foote, Frank Healy, Drew Martin, 
Roger Carin, G-Man, Mitch Bau- 
man, Bill-the-Cat, Radical Phil. 



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Second Left 

Mark Hannon, Anne Ruth, Chris 
Devlin, Cathy Rosenbaum, Susu 
Tolford, Jyh-Jye Shoung, Michelle 
Legacy, Diane Linguadoca. Bags: 
Marcy Bartha, Roxanne Lea, Melis- 
sa Kersey, Liz Lowell, Sarabeth 
Whedbee, Donelle Sweeney, Linda 
McNish, Donna Smith, Alessandra 
Basso, Cathy Landreth, Kim Bus- 
sell, Karin Williams, Laura Luecke, 
"the unknown comic", Angis 
Goldring, Sandra Foster, Lisa Lind- 
ley, Linda Smith, Stephanie Green- 
well, Chris Schmitz. 



Second Right 

Ken Der, Greg Angst, David Vic- 
tor, Chen. Spitx, Kareem Abdul 
Angelos, Chip Crawford, Yhim 
Hamman, Kareem Abdul Shelley, 
Randall "WRBN" Severy, George 
Hanson, Peggy Ravik. Keith Ed- 
wards, "Jersey" John O'SuUivan, 
Saalam Muhammed Breeze, Yassar 
"Big Boy" Aarafat Cer Dett, "Eraser 
Head", George Green. Romone 
Muhammed Abdul "Boom Boom" 
Holt, Scottie "Server of Alia" Study 
Geek Rand, Thomas "Jacques-Ger- 
ronemous" Wirfs, Captain Mor- 
gan, Baghera, Yeah?. 





Prince George 



Third Left 

Elvis, Diane Ridgell, Lisa Scanlon, 
Karen McConnell, Susan Bailey. 
Mary Johnson, Debbie Brown, 
Kathy Kelly, Michele Ensor. Col- 
leen Renehan, Stephanie Altoz, 
Caroline Taylor, Cecilia Stephens, 
Eileen Baruch, Kate Melia, Tamara 
Maggio, Celeste ToUes, Joan Race, 
Gabe Leenas, Jennifer Harford, 
Kimberly Abe. Not Pictured: Cathy 
Sparks, Jacqualine Sumada, Wendy 
Stock, Michelle Simpson, Lucy 
Perez. 




Third Center 

Connie Thornley, Niki Valliere, 
Julianne Dolan, Judy Hughan. 
Alisa Gassman, Carole Burton, 
Marsha White, Kendra Young, 
Gigi Jones, Mary Beth Bom- 
gardner, Angie Weller, Libby 
Abrecht, Kelly Smith, Karen 
Thomas, Tina Blake, Sue Stevens, 
Sharon Gamble. Not Pictured: Julie 
Butschsky, Lisa Gruch, Antoinette 
McClary, Sabrina Boyd, Amy 
Foerter, Heather Russell, Terri Til- 
don, Cathy Sparks, Jennifer 
Abrecht. 



Third Right 

Kate Miller, Cathy Zejac, Diane 
Wheatly, Karen Thomas, Mary 
Carlon, Suzanne Brunton, Karen 
Borger, Collin, Nancy Baldwin, Al- 
lison Hoffman, Sondra Murphy, 
Gwen Smith, Susan Oldfield, Sue 
Stevens, Chris McCarthy, Karen 
Martin, Pam McDonald, Rody 
Yorgiadis, Carolyn Brune, Vicky 
Rankin, Paige Levy. Not Pictured: 
Jennifer Johnson. 



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Dorchester 



First Left 



Don "Hot Dog " Siple, Mike "Stoney" 
Drabo, Chuck "Smurf" Ricker, Jack Godey, 
Sam Dutton, Mike "Bubba" Currey, Cecelia 
Stephens, John Turco, Ross Jones, Tom 
Franks, Mike Derby, Tim Dowling, Scott 
Holder. Missing: Michael "Mouse " Lord, 
John Mitchell, Earl "Duke" Wood III, Rick 
Sneeuwjagt, Frank Ervin, Michael "Jed" 
Brannan, John Buckley, Eric Flieger, Tom 
Hudson. 




Cristin Ackerly gazes at 
Ricky Geritz. 




First Right 



Robert Ziegler, Jim Fenstermacher, Dan Benson, Allen Siever- 
ston, Duffy Alberti, Chris Peloquin, Tim Vadas, John "Spin- 
ache" Spinacchia, Dave Riegel, Kirk Scanlon, Dennis McClel- 
land, Tania Muerrer, William "Spike" Fauntleroy. 

Mike Currey goes for the tackle. 



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Dorchester 





Second Left 

Jimmy Douglas, Ed Ryon, Sidney 
Vahn, Tim Sadler, Justin Vick, 
Leon Turner, Daryl Calvano, Tarn 
Kelsey, Mike Perry, Mike Payne, 
Tom Durdock, Dave "Chopper" 
Schmidt, Sean Kolb, Bob Tracy, 
Jeff Sturdevant, Dave Lewald, Greg 
Mason, Robby Heaps, Eric Ihde, 
Jeff Krissoff, Walter Caldwell, Paul 
Haldeman. Missing: Fred Becker, 
Mackay Rippey, Andy Lynch, Scott 
Stockwell, Mike Baba, Craig Rudy, 
Craig Moore, Dan Hanessian, Dan 
Kessler, Steve Clarke, Mike Rose, 
Mark Hudson, Jimmy Faecher. 



_ Second Right 



Eric Ihde, Brian Barger, Dave 
Bowen, Jeff Tidd, Joe Battaglia, 
Rick Geritz, Kennie Sutton, Don 
Behrens, "The man who sells 
clothes from India," Frank Calia, 
Rich Miller, Rick Hood, Rob Tur- 
nau, Eric Thompson, Robert Earp. 

Far Left: Sean Kolb watches while Maureen 

McCarthy and Craig Rudy snuggle up at 

Pimp and Pro. 

Left: Greg Mason after a night in the Cream 

Door. 



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Dorchester 



Third Left 



Keith Walton, Mike Phillips, Steve 
Cosimano, Todd Haines, Mike 
Bournia, Kevin Cross, Mark 
Shriber, Dave Dillman, Dan 
Schruefer. Missing: Paul Hare, Jim 
Kerwin, Calvin Smith, Steve Hal- 
ley, Bob Knopp, Mark Collins, 
Mike Nichols, Bill Zeigler, Derek 
Dorsey, Scott Shipley, Roger Tate, 
V.T. Huelskamp, Richard Painter, 
Kelvin Kennedy, Christopher Stan- 
dish, James Michie. 



Third Center 

Keith Rippey, Dave Wood, John 
Gillespie, Mike Sharp, Tim Eche- 
bervia. Bill Friese, Paul Mannix, 
Eric Bernhardt, Pete Wiley, John 
Heritage, Jimmy Dunn, Mike Wil- 
son, Sean O'Hara, Steve White, 
Scott Weaver, Joe Inglisia. Missing: 
Chris Conneran, Chris McCarty, 
Ed Bell, Dan Benson, Pat Wood, 
Jay Manning, Tere Griffin, Mike 
Cockran, Timmy Renehan. 



Third Right 

Tom Rafferty, Bryan Smith, Louis 
Ridout, Todd Haines, Guy Chalk, 
Rob Salven, Pat Provost, Brett's 
friend, Brett Panek, Jeff Hack- 
lander, Mike Leigh, Dave Young, 
Bill Lynch, Nathan Wilson, Steve 
DeFeo, Greg Rhodes, Chris Par- 
kins. 



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Queen Anne 



First Left 

Beth Bell, Suzanne Green, Leah 
Doran, Fluffy Johannesen, Paula 
Empey, Carla Berard, Shannon Liv- 
ingston, Bobbie Haines, Erin Kee- 
gan. Donna Hiestand, Kim Moore, 
Krista Hunter, Barby Norman, Ju- 
lie Schmidt, Lynn Jaussi, Sandy 
Leitner, Mariele Risse, Terri Car- 
wile, Ana Wallace. 



First Right 



Madeline Babendreier, Sally Samp- 
son, Maureen McCarthy, Cathy 
Reed, Joyce McQueeney, Carol Ed- 
wards, Pam Barrigher, Sharon 
Chewning, Kelly Quinlan, Clarice 
Schultz, Laurie Ryan. 




Above: Carla Berard taking advan- 
tage of free food at the Co-op's an- 
nual pigout. Left: Mary Kay Riles, 
Melaine Ruckle, and Terri Carwile 
wait for escorts at the Pimp and Pro 
dance. 



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Queen Anne 



Second Left 

Jennifer Godfrey, Cathy Exner, 
Lisa Zsebedics, Kathy Bell, Ellen 
Hicho, Marlene Orendle, Lila Mor- 
ris, Karen Martin, Beth Rawlings, 
Maggie Brown, Patty Moscoso, 
Chris Kelley, Cecilia Dacey, Susan 
Ward, Marie Michelson, Kathy 
McAfee, Missy Karehs, Alison 
Eastman, Cathy Racine. 



Second Right 

Kitty Butler, Ellen Lafferty, Mi- 
chelle Kozlowski, Tammy Disney, 
Chris Wright, Bonnie Titmas, 
Kathy Abell, Goldie Schmidt, Kim 
McGovern, June Steele, Kealy 
West, Maria Brannan, Susan Potth- 
ast, Maggie Dunaj, Dawn Kissner, 
Allison Tate, Deniese Hebstreit, 
Amy Hittinger, Curley Weird, 
Gumby Riston. 




Joan Jenkins with a display of hall 
unity. 



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Queen Anne 




Third Left 



Judi Jackson, Ellen Foos, Theresa March, 
Maria Reid, Beth Hoke, Sue Pearce, Gina 
Giuffreda, Mary Silanskis, Michelle 
Bowie, Reenie Steele, Lisa Grazioli, Sue 
Landreth, Gwen Lesh, Kathy Roeder, 
Margo McDaniel, Linda Anschuetz, Julie 
Hejhall, Amy Weingartner, Joan Jen- 
kins. 



rhird Right 



'/laya Prausnity, Claude Anne Ballenger, Karin Corea, 
kllison Jones, Carrie Tinsley, Scarlet Michele Snyder, 
Jicole Ganz, Krista Walters, Michele Paris, Lisa 
homas, Lillian Delaney, Suzanne Davenport, Kelly 
hisholm. Laurel Tringali, Louise Gatti, Laura Shee- 
an. Not Pictured: Shannon Coll, Dottie Ashley, 
athy Ference, Renee Walters, Lisa Lerner, Lisa York, 
larian Grassey. 



Third Center 

Carolyn Muldoon, Beth Norris, Plymouth Hanna, Me- 
lanie Ruckle, Barbara Thurlow, Leann Lawn, Beth Pax- 
son, Kathy Amick, Kris Hart, Lisa Trapani, Mary Kay 
Reis, Kacky Phipps, Edi Bryant, Ruth Cowles, Mary Jo 
Stein, Brigit Shea. Not Pictured: Melaine Bell, Molly 
Mahany, Jennifer Lake, Peggy Ravick, Liz Flanigen. 



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Calvert 



Second Floor 

Rosemary Blair, Donna Hutchin- 
son, Karen Randall, Dawn Locke, 
Carla Mosely, Valerie Simpson, 
Lorena Mauricci, Detsy Dallam, Ja- 
net Mellem, Jackie Cameron, Mi- 
chelle Shewbridge, Cory Ciesielski, 
Kim Stone, Kathy Smith, Cathy 
McMahon, Meg Davis, Shelly Ko- 
mornik, Serah Hyde, Kim Murray, 
Meg Goodyear, Allyson Yustak, 
Sandi Duff, Libby Dettling, Dawn 
Robichaud. Not Pictured: Sheilagh 
Griffin, Marcia Doerr, Carolyn 
Cline, Wendy Kissin, Tanya Mur- 
rer, Nicole Robinson. 



Third Floor 

Jennifer Warren, Patty Talento, 
Mary Ann Hamilton, Tressa Bai- 
ley, Susan Sellus, Carrie Barr, No- 
reen Rand, Alex Thorn, Bobbi 
Kienast, Kelley Meier, Colleen 
Hickey, Cathy Baker, Joanne 
Mink, Teresa Bankins, Chris Kin- 
del, Cathy Cooper, D.J. Cross, Tri- 
sha Opalko, Deniese Appel, Mollie 
Prettymen, Kaye Graham, Missy 
McDaniel, Nicole Sayan Sonia 
Henry, Dina Demorest, Sara 
Cocke, Jessica Bosna, Susan Bloom, 
Beth Hopkins. Not pictured: Pam 
Addicott, Cassie Bauman, Kathy 
Montgomery, Jean Dettor, Kirstin 
Zedalis, Kathleen Dever, Leslie 
Quinn, Tricia Slowey, Kathy Jaku- 
bowski, Jean McMahon, Tracey 
Baylston, Mary Brown, Liz Scan- 
Ion. 

Right: Libby Dettling. Far Right: 
Liz Robey and Christie Goettel- 
mann showed lots of spirit before 
transfering to Towson in January. 



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Commuters 





Commuter students are an im- 
portant part of SMC. With the new 
Commuter Lounge in Charles Hall, 
more commuter students than ever 
are spending their spare time out- 
side of classes on the campus. The 
Commuter Council gets involved 
in many campus events and activi- 
ties including the sponsorship of a 
dunking booth at Spring Fair. 

Far left: Holly Giesen working hard 
in the photo lab. 
Left: John Lindt — "Hey there!" 
Bottom left: Scott Raspa gets dis- 
tracted from his work. 



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STUDENT LIFE 






Student life? 

At Saint Mary's College? 
Well, look around you, participate, 
get involved — before you graduate! 
Academics are important, keep those 
grade high. 

With many students at St. Mary's 
its just anough to get by! 
Baseball, Lacrosse, Soccer and 
Basketball too. 

Some varsity, some intramural, some club, 
some do it all. 

This year the dances were many " 
and the parties surely weren't few. 
We had beach bums, jocks, pimps and pros . . . 
Where were you? 

The movies, plays, and concerts were tops. 
Officer and a Gentleman, 48 Hrs. lolanthe. Brass- 
band and Skip Castro. 
Did you go sailing? 
I hope you watched your head. 
Look out don't fall . . . 
Looks like you got wet! 

Thursday night was party night — where else 
but at the Green Door . . . 
shoot a game of pool, do a few shooters and 
leave before you hit the floor. 
The first annual Olympics, 
Oh, what a success, even with our 
share of cuts and bruises, 
everyone turned out and did there best. 
Once again another year comes to an end . . . 
get involved-before you graduate . . . 
Where will you be next year? 

Lisa and Penny 





Theatre Performances 



The theater department this year did a grand 
job with the performances they presented to the 
college. The spectacular "lolanthe" and "She 
Stoops to Conquer" were the major concentra- 
tions of its time. The Childrens Theatre did the 
"Crab", The Dance Company is doing "Dance 
through the Ages" and a guest actor presented 
the life and times of Edgar Allan Poe, in "Rem- 
berances". All in all, everyone was busy with 
performances and stage construction for these 
major plays. 




MARK COLE as EDGAR ALLAN POE 



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Maryland Day 



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Maryland Day '84 was the cele- 
bration of the 350th anniversary of 
the landing of the Ark and Dove on 
St. Clements Island. This year's 
celebration was very wet and rainy, 
but the weather did not dampen too 
many spirits. The anniversary 
events brought together many peo- 
ple from the state legislature, the 
college and local communities, as 
well as a large number of tourists. 



Music 



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Concerts 






Concerts are always a good time 
— alot of work and effort, but alot 
of fun. The concert schedule this 
year was filled with a variety of en- 
tertainment. The Fine Arts Com- 
mittee brought the Brass Band to 
SMC for an evening of slapstick 
musical entertainment. Sweet Hon- 
ey and the Rock livened up the tent 
at the waterfront with their original 
style. The SGA Concert Committee 
put together a fall concert with the 
band Blotto. The Mighty Invaders 
and The Skip Castro Band rocked 
SMC during the spring semester. 



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Dances 




Dances are popular events at St. 
Mary's; there is usually a dance ev- 
ery weekend. This year saw many 
different theme dances which are 
turning into annual events. Some 
of these are: the Suitcase Party, the 
Halloween Dance; Pimp and Pro 
Night, and the Dorchester Beach 
Party. The favorite band at dances 
in 83-84 was the Diversions, and 
the favorite DJ was SMC's very 
own Gary Rice. 





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Honors 
Convocation 




The annual Honors Convoca- 
tion at Saint Mary's is a chance 
for the outstanding students and 
faculty to be noticed and con- 
gratulated. "The cream of the 
crop" is not the only special 
group around Saint Mary's but 
they sure do work hard. 



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SPORTS 






The athletic program experienced an exciting year in 1983-84. St. 
Mary's welcomed a new athletic director, Dr. John Harvey, whose new 
deas brought about a fresh look to the sports program. St. Mary's said 
good-bye to the black and gold "Saints," and through a campus and 
alumni vote, ushered in the new era of the royal blue, gold and white 
"Seahawks. " Two new club teams were added to the roster for 83-84: 
women's soccer and women's Softball. In addition, a new athletic confer- 
ence was initiated by SMC: The Chesapeake Women's Athletic Confer- 
ence. These were well deserved improvements to the women's athletic 
scene. 

SMC developed another recreational program which excited the entire 
campus. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE OLYMPICS drew faculty, staff and 
students together in controlled athletic competition. Events included ten- 
nis, track and field, bike races, swimming, basketball, and much more. It 
was the first program of its kind at SMC. 

The athletic program at St. Mary's is based on the belief that a student, 
regardless of athletic ability, can and should be able to compete at any 
level. Although All-American athletes have been produced in lacrosse and 
sailing, each varsity team at St. Mary's has a spot for the less talented— 
the students who want to learn a skill or sport. 






Mens Soccer 






SMC 


OPP 


Georgetown 
Bowie State 



6 


2 
1 


UDC 





4 


Roanoke College 


1 


5 


Frostburg 





1 


Gallaudet 


1 





Washington Bible 
Mary Washington 
Salisbury State 
UMBC 


4 
4 







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1 


Coppin State 

Maryland 

Catholic 


1 





4 

1 


Salisbury State 





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Under the direction of Mike Sweeney and David Verrier, the men's 
soccer team ended its season with a record of 4 - 8 - 1. Captain John 
Enright received the M.V.P. Award, and second year man, Brian Usher 
received the Coaches Award. 



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Womens Volleyball 






First-year coaches John Randell 
and Jeff Gallagher coached the 
women's volleyball team to a re- 
cord of 6 - 23 - 2. The team had a 
long season with only four out of 
thirty-one of their matches played 
on the SMC court. Amy Hittinger, 
in her first year on the team, cap- 
tured the Coaches Award, and team 
captain Maria Brannan received the 
M.V.P. Award. 



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Men's Tennis 




With a record of 4 wins and 5 
losses, coach Wayne Cook has rea- 
son to be proud of the men's 1984 
tennis team. Tom Durdock had the 
best record for a team member and 
received the M.V.P. Award for his 
efforts. Second-year man Bill Holm 
received the Coaches Award. 




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Women's Tennis 





The women's tennis team, under 
the coaching of Wayne Cook, end- 
ed its season with a record of 1 win 
and 5 losses. Eileen Baruch, the 
only non-rookie on the team, re- 
ceived the Coaches Award. Lucy 
Perez was awarded the M.V.P. 
Award. 

SMC OPP 



American Univ. 





9 


Catholic Univ. 


4 


5 


UDC 


4 


5 


Loyola 


2 


7 


UDC 


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Loyola 


1 


8 



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Men's Basketball 



PLEASE 







There is alot more to college bas- 
ketball than just "shooting hoops." 
Coach Glenn Larnerd and his assis- 
tant Jim Antonio worked hard at 
trying to pull together a predomi- 
nantly rookie team for a tough sea- 
son of play. Captain Leon Turner 
and first-year man Tim Renehan 
helped the team out this season 
with their good skills and team 
spirit. They both received the 
Coaches Award for their efforts. 




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Women's Basketball 





Under the coaching of Dan Hof- 
meister and Hal Willard, the wom- 
en's basketball team completed a 
tough 5-17 season. Kealey West 
and captain Belle Mattingly shared 
the team MVP Award for the 83-84 
season. Belle was also the recipient 
of the Female Athlete of the Year 
Award. 



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Women's Lacrosse 






Women's lacrosse coach Susan 
Stewart had her work cut out for 
her this year with ten rookie play- 
ers out of a team of sixteen. The 
team ended their season with a re- 
cord of 2 - 8. Goalie Gigi Jones re- 
ceived the Coaches Award, and 
Kathy Garrett played her way to 
the M.V.P. Award. 





SMC 


OPP 


Anne Arundel C.C. 


1 





Mount St. Mary's 


8 


12 


Anne Arundel C.C. 


2 


14 


Salisbury State 


7 


14 


Mary Washington 


8 


19 


Hood College 


12 


8 


Coll. of Notre Dame 


7 


19 


Coucher College 


8 


11 


Coll. of Notre Dame 


6 


13 


Georgetown 


8 


12 



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Sailing 




The sailing team had a highly 
successful year. Boardsailors Jeff 
Uhlenberg and Tim Murphy 
won the Mid-Atlantic cham- 
pionship beating out larger 
schools such as Navy and SUNY 
Maritime. The team also sent 
Jeff Kennedy to the single-hand- 
ed nationals where he placed 
fourteenth. Freshman Max Skel- 
ley and the women's team of 
Lianne Randall and Sara Klages 
finished well under the coachin- 
g/advising of Jonathan Inger- 
soll. 




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Baseball 




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Despite the fact that they had a difficuU time in maintain- 
ing the quaHty of the playing field, the men's baseball team 
pulled out a respectable season of 8 wins and 16 losses. Six 
of the team's wins were played in front of their home fans. 
Coaches Hal Willard, Kenny Bean, and Dan Hofmeister 
awarded Bain Kennedy the Coaches Award. Curt Anthony 
received the M.V.P. Award for his contribution to the team. 




Mens Volleyball 



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Under the direction of student 
coach Pat Wood, the men's volley- 
ball club brought nine victories 
home to St. Mary's. As a member of 
the United States Volleyball Asso- 
ciation, the Saints participated in a 
number of roundrobin tourna- 
ments — often having to leave St. 
Mary's at 5:30 am in order to make 
it to the courts in time to play. 



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PLEASE 




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Fencing 






The fencing club, after almost 
dying out, regrouped this year un- 
der the direction of Mike Sharp. 
Mike gained his inspiration from 
Signor Neira and learned the art of 
fencing from Doug Wright, Paul 
Richards, Pat Wood, Scott Stock- 
well, and Kevin Gleason — all of 
whom he thanks. 

This year, the club participated 
in one meet against St. John's. St. 
Mary's came home victorious, win- 
ning the meet 15 to 5. 



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Women's Soccer 






Women's Soccer was a new sport 
at St. Mary's in 1983. The team was 
founded by junior Sandi Duff. Like 
any new sport at St. Mary's, Wom- 
en's Soccer began as a club sport 
and will hopefully be a new varsity 
sport in the fall of 1985. During the 
1983 season, the Saints played 5 
games against other club teams in 
the region. 



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INTRAMURALS 




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Intramural bports are an im- 
portant part of the athletic pro- 
grams at many colleges through- 
out the country, and St. Mary's 
is no exception. Intramural 
Coordinators, Jimmy Faecher 
and Bob Jones had their hands 
full during 1983 and '84 trying to 
keep the many sports running 
smoothly. The intramural pro- 
gram covers a wide variety of 
athletic events including: Flag 
Football, Indoor Soccer, Ulti- 
mate Frisbee, Innertube Water 
Polo, Co-Ed Weight Lifting, Vol- 
leyball, Indoor Lacrosse, and 
Basketball. All students as well 
as faculty and staff members, are 
encouraged to participate in the 
SMC intramural program. 



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GRADUATION 






The first years 
are now behind. 
The next years 
are still to pass. 
The good times, 
the bad times- 
they came 
and they went. 
But the future 
has yet to come, 
bringing with it 
MEMORIES- 
memories to replace 
the dreams we once dreamed. 

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Upper Left: our advisor; Barbara Hornberger 
Upper Right: the staff; Lil, Tom, Terri, SuSu 
Bottom Left: the editors; Tom and Terri 
Bottom Right: photographer; Dave 

Many thanks to everyone else who helped with layout, copy, 
words of wisdom and cups of coffee. The PIO staff is terrific. 
Without the work of Jim, Karin, Doris, and Holly there would be no 
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Thank You 




The DOVE staff would like to recognize some special 
people. Without their support, advice and contributions, the 
1984 edition of the DOVE would not have been possible. 

Dave Bowen - For cover art 
» Brainstormers and Shutterbugs 
Chris Cihlar 
The Computer 
Karin Corea 
Delma Studios 
Julie Grimes 
Kaye Hearn 
Barbara Hornberger 
Josten's 
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The Media Board 
P.I.O. 

Patrons and Sponsors 
Roommates 
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Dorchester Residents for their patience 



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It's two o;clock i i > 4ln m or^^g, anaHhrgg bifl * itaf f is working 
tryingjo ^ipt a deadline. Thre. g pprrft to be a-commofl occurrence 
Mary's,- notjust fojLthe yearbook, btit i n aeaihimies as well. Sdp 



to a cljjae, itf can Iqakjjack «( all that went mtb it — not jusM 
spfnt by the staff, but all of the memories that we haye.tried to capture on 
these pages-It wouW-lje impossible to catch a»#eryeiTe's special masaB"^ 
as they happen, but we hope-that weJbave beeuakk to preser^Ta f 
speciarenes-for youTTVe hope that, as yea*rs-gD by, this book wjlU« 
acquired some sentimental value as a wa^jlo refresh your memory "anc 
rerpinisce abgyt some of the special timeltka«fe>«* pluLe durin^e yeai 
at SMC. -^^ "^-"- ^^ ^^ 

Terri A. Carwile &. Tom Franks "^ 

The Editors-in-Chief 



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